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THE WASHINGTON GllITIO, SATURDAY IfiVKNINO, NOVUM J Kit , JS87.
WASHINGTON ORLTIO WASHINGTON', Novembers, ism. lOHHI!3I. Yo kin talk 'bout jo' watermelon emllln ou ilovlne, An jo' hoDfj pile up In de hollow tre; Cuiu an clt joT epar rtba, an' slch truck la dst Hue. But de 'poisum meat an' yam jciMeab o me, Sumnhjeers link a iqucr'el do ntca'ssant o'crub. An' eomo dey arclfy 'bout roaa1 lam; llebblt besh kin 'lord tcr lawk, an' pat'rege meat I lub, Hut gib to mo hake 'ponum, atuft" wM jam. I ain't a Rwln ter 'sputa w'en roaa1 tuk'Ujs cot da flo An I altera cum tcr time wM 'alraraoo bctr; De elder maho me smack a mouf, ct'a monst'ous good yo' kno', But de jam aur 'possum meat jea take a do cheer, Here's Tots o' big bed n.gftera dat go crazy 'bout co'n pone, An udders dry Ilk ter stick dere tccf In bam; Er chicken's )ez am sum account we-'n et'a rltoawf do bone, But my in out calls fcr fat 'possum, etufl' wld jam, T, E. OnATTOS. Washington High School, Nor. 4. ODDS AND ENDS. A Hit or lllntorj-. Governor Louis Kossuth, wife, three children, tcAcher and secretary Hun girlan refugees llcclng from tuo Aus trian Government, were received on hoard tho U. 8. B. Mississippi as guests ofjtho United StatM.Septcmbcr 10, 1851, accompanied hy ono general, four colonels, tbrco'llcntenant colonels, four majors, ten captains, three lieutenants, ono chaplain, ono surgeon, seven soldiers, eight wives, ono mother-In-law, nine children and ono servant In all sixty persons. That tho party might bo properly entertained, Captain J, 0. Long, commanding the vessel, appoint ed, by order, Assistant Surgeon James Hamilton caterer to the mess, consist ing of tho ofllcers of the vessol, Kos suth and bis party. Hamilton expended about $15, 000 for supplies of various kinds, Including a limited supply of wines and liquors, for tho trip homo. Tho vouch crs for tho expenditures ho transferred to Purser Georgo II. ltltchto, and upon settlement of liltchlo's account k'lr 232.70 was suspended, for explanation. Tbo matter was referred to the Becro tary of tbo Navy, Hon. ffn. A. Gra ham of North Carolina, who, upon proper explanation, recommended that tho amount suspended bo allowed to the credit of tho assistant surtreon. Insteid of tho clerk, who should have settled tho account giving Hamilton credit for tho amount, tbo vouchers were scut to Hltchlo's account, and Hamilton re mained charged with tho amount from Juno 30, 1833, until August 10, 1837, when In settling old accounts that bavo remained open on tho books for years, tbo matter was called up and settled, as It should have been at tbo time. In 1870 Hamilton was reported as a defaulter, upon n list made up In tho Treasury Department for political purposes. Hamilton died September 0, 1334. If the address of his nearest relatives was known tbey would bo advised that Lieutenant James Hamilton was not a defaulter, but on tho contrary his ac counts arc balanced. .. Oar Muvy. In 1770, tbo American Navy con sisted of the Hancock, 3' guns; Kin dolph, 32; ltalclgb, 32; Washington, 32; Wnrren, 32; Virginia, 23; Trum bull, 23; Efllnguam, 23; Congress, 23; Frovldcnce, 23; Alfred, 21; Boston, 21; Delaware, 24; Montgomery, 21; Re fusal, 10; Lexington, 11; Cabot, 10; Andrea Dorla, 14; Sachem, 10; Irnlo- fendenco, 10; Argo, 10; Resistance, 10; lamden, 14; Fly, 3; Wasp, 8; Hornet, 8: Mosquito, 4. To-day tbo American Navy consists of a lot of as good ofll cers as any navy In thu world can boast of, and ono steam, steol hull, tin armored, tlrst rate vessel, tho Chicago, a partially protected cruiser, bark rigged, twin screw, 14 guns. 4,500 tons, now preparing for sea at New York; thu Charleston, protected, twin screw, two military masts, 8 guns, 3,730 tons, building at Ban Francisco; tho llil tlmoro, 4,400 tons, similar to tho Charleston, building at Philadelphia, thu Atlanta, partially protected cruller, tho Turltan, double turret monitor, awaiting completion at tho League Island Navy-Yard; tho Ampbltrlte, double turret monitor, awaiting com pletion, Wilmington, Del.; tbo Mlan tonomah, Monaduock and Terror, twin monitors to tno Ampmtntc, awaiting completion respectively at the Now York Navy Yard, Mare Island (Cal.) Navy-Yard, and tho Leaguo Island (Philadelphia) Navy-Yard; and n lot of old, good tor-nothing tubs, which cost moro for repairs, than their original cost, per annum, valuablo only as relics of the unhappy strlfo of twenty odd years ago. Had it not been for tbo cbango.of Administration, wo would not havo had tbeso. . The Olil-Tlmr Hnllor The American sailor of tbo time of Commodore John l'aul Jones and tho Hon Hommo Itlchard has passed away, Tho American sailor of today works tho sails and spars that aro loft, by machinery and steers by steam, whilo ho views his compass at night by the light of electricity, All that is left of tbo American sailor, beforo tho mast, Is his clothes. Tbo tolling gait and hearty salt water pecullsriilcs are all gone. In looking over an old muster-roll of tho days of 1812 I noticed Ibo following names ns given by tho jack tars upon enlist ment: Jack Jll.on ton, Jack Frypto, -TAck Main-top, Jack itowllno, 11 iltlu O'llccr, Jack Itopeyani, I'rlnco Will, lllack Will, l'an O'Colfou, Jack Smart, Jack Haulltaut, Jack Novcrfunr, l'oa Soup, Jerry Halliard, John Crupeau, M'liu a lull a fa thu mil fir In ntlifili Ihmr vft occurred, ouo after tho other, on tho IT 4 niin.1cl-.rntl Ncn MuUIittr. Tho manufacture, of uowb lias nearly tecome a business, and (hero aro tHosu who apparently believe Ibclr snbatat tiico depeuds upon tho circulation of XaHo reports. Tbo greater pattof tho 'It Is aalds" that lloat through the po Htlcal atmoapbero bavo thctr birth la credulity, or In tho too earnest dcalro to tell something now. One man suppose n thing "possible," thoeccontlsaya It U "nrob .hie," and tbo third gives ll "poi lllvo." Tho transition Is o-islly undo nrd the fourth or fifth person will cuter luto an tlaborato Investigation to prove that It "must bo so. There aro jitrcons possessed of types aid prow; Hndy to give circulation to almost any report that may doprcss the mouuy niarKtiur cause people 10 ioar a pinto, or, Impossible embarras tho Uovera mtut, while thcro aro others that fall Into like errors by a too ardent thirst for news, for tho honor of ilrst giving some slrango report to tho public. 1! il neVB travels fast enough, and unless when a bnowlcdgo of rumor may loid tomcRMirifi counteracting Us effects, prudenre directs that It bo allowed to float unsanctioned until It assumes a form, at least, of plausibility. It Is n sound maxim, that tho "truth should not bo told at all times," but I would not suppress n fact. Let tho truth bo stated j but away with tbo "It Is Balds," and "It Is undcrstoods," that aro con trary to tho Interests, or derogatory to the honor of the people. The Jlnjonct. "When muskets wcro used beforo tbo Invention of tbo bayonet, ooohalf of each regiment wm armed with pike?, the otber with muskets, until about tho mlddlo of the reign of Louis XVI. Tbo French, .when at war with Spain and Savoy, wscd bayonets, which were Invented and mado at Ilayonno, fron'i which they took their name. It was then a mere dagger, with a round wooden handle to Ox tn Ibo mouth of the musket In caso thoy came to clone quarters. Tho Spanish and Hnvoy armies wcro not awaro of the lnveu tlon, and wcro routed with great slauebter. The method of fixing the bayonet outside the barrel was soon In Tented, and though troops seldom cross bayonets It Is well it Is retained, All military weanons bavo undergone a great chance, which will readily bo appreciated by comparing a musket of the revolutionary pet I oil with one of tbo beautiful rifles, with bayonet, that may bo seen In our armories almost any dav, Tba lances used In Scotland, before muskets wcro Introduced, wcro by act of Parliament regulated to bo 13 feet 0 inches la length. A young lady being asked by a rich bachelor, "If not yourself, who would you rather bo V replied sweetly and modestly, "Yours, truly," lie Is not rich that has much, but ho that has enough. Ho Is poor Indeed that covets more, and yet wants a heart to enloy what bo already has. Howard Mill. (olilen Croon Note. The flret regular meeting of tbo new commandery, V, O. G. 0., was held last evening la McCoulej's llall, east of tbe Cap itol, and was largely attended. Tbo ofllcers elected on October 25, whoas names were publlabed In the Cm tic of tbe SO, were lDatalled by Grand Commander Etile, & slated b) members ol visiting commander Ice. Noble Commander Charles P. Lincoln on afBumtng tho cbalr mode appropriate re marks, and liter In tbo oventog addresses were made by Dr. 8. 1. Groot and A. (J. Iteylm&n of Good Will, Joseph Uurrougba of fct. Jobn'f. William T. Kent, M. V. Cald. well, F. E. Woodward and Mrs. 8. U. Wood ward of Meridian and T. C. Spurgeon of Capital. 'J be commandery voted to procure budges and Jewels tor Its use; likewise a seat aud Book of Law Annrrhy janil flcveusei It Is a great misfortune to tbe body politic, especially at this time, tor any circumstance to occur which la calculated to eiclte tbe public mind, such as unfortu nately took place last evening at Cblef Justlco Walte's residence. Tbo box wbtcb tbo Judge received Is supposed to have contained dynamite or some otter destructive- material to de stroy life with. The object of tbe cowardly parties who sent tbo supposed death-dealing Instrument no doubt was for revenge on acconnt of tbe recent adverse decision of tbe Supreme Court of the United States pertaining to tbe oondemned An arcbtste, wbo are under death sentence for murder end treason. All of these troubles could be easily adjusted In another far more honorable and peaceable way, and that Is for tbe parttos now Interested In this matter to meet and adjust tbelr little dllTereoces at Tbarp's, 818 F street northwest, putok lug of some of his conciliatory old rye ltcrkeley whisky, Talk ofn nomc for Mr. liavU. A Macon, Qa., dlapatch says: "Tbereli a crowing movement In Macoi to Induce tbe Davis family to take up tbelr abode here, and one merchant has volunteered a suWcrtptlon of (3,009 toward the purchase of a suitable homestead. Many others bare announced themeelvcs as desirous of con tributing liberally to tbe fund. Mr. Davis has frequently expressed his preference for Macon as a place of residence, In view of tbe memories of Confederate days that clatter about tbe city. Tbe people are united In tbe effort to Influence them to uaKe tbelr borne here. At 1'ence. A stomach In revolt Is an obdurate rebel. Corrected with Uostetter'a Btomach Ultters, Its dissensions with tbo food Introduced Into It In unwsiy moments or appetite- ceases. Then It Is at peace. Tbe a dyspepsia aban dons Its grip. Tben such f ractlous manifes tations asbeartburn, a slaking sensation In tbe pit of tbe abdomen between meals and unnatural fullness afterwards, flatulence, acid Bulnlncs. biliousness. Ac. ccaso to lo- fllct martyrdom. After a course of the na tional tonic and alterative, tbe liver and bowels, always more or less disordered dur ing a prolonged attack of Indigestion, re fume- iiieir luocuuua uu uecuiuo truiur. Thus, not only djppepsla, but Ita coucoml tants, constipation and biliousness, aro conquered by tbe medicine, which rcmedlci tbelr fruitful cause, weakness of tbe organs of digestion. Tbe epigastric nerve, cellu lar tif-Bue, In abort, ever organ that heirs a part In tbe digestive processes acquires vigor and regularity from tbe benign lavig tract. A Javhaon llrmocrnt. Dr. William Zeltzloger, a well-koowu Democratic politician of Herka County, Fa., retired from tbe presidency of tho prison board Wednesday, lie mado a f arc-well ad dress, In which he deQoed tbo Democracy Id tbis way: "I urn a democrat, and, by tbe memory of GeueratJackson, there fs noth ing but Duuocratlc blood la my veins. If I knew that there was a drop of any other, I'd let H out." Vthy Xotr Why not go to Uergtnann and Tdstet's Music Btore, 810 F street uarthwett T where joue&n buy rnific and musical Intr.i mtctf, I'fanoo, Hun Jon, Violins, Guitar tied dt rings atrtaionable prices, not lute In Hum pi Ices, hut nineteenth century ptlcta. wllbln tbe (each of all, and ou In liniments. Everything new and cheap, call and exsmluo for yourself. All gooda warranted. Money retuniel If not sitUfuetory. I'hllaili'lph.u Voh'i U (en tlon. lirpubUenn voters'doIrln: in attend tbe eUctlcn In l'hlludtlphla net Tuesday cjti cbtalo rtduced traLfportallcn ty pl'l)lng tothe Netloiil Kt publican Club, lltHl Pcun tjIvcnH avenue. Tub iiebt medical writers claim that the succftffut remedy for msal catarrh must bo rcu-ltrltHtlng, easy of uppUcatton, and one ttut will hy Its nwu ucllim reach all tbo te raoteroreaand ulcerated stu faces. Tbe his tory of the efforts to treat catarrh during tbepaet few ears obliges us t admit ttiit only ono remedy has completely met these renditions, and that Is Ely Cream Uilm. This tufo and pleuant remedy has lujstcred eataiiliasuutblogelio liaa ever itone, ami bnlb physicians and patients freely concrdo this fuct. 'Ihomoru dlitnsslng avmptouis quickly 3 Icld to It. Goto Tim tiulllrau'e gracdoister luai.lt to-nlgbt. I'Ulo V. riucMugbam succeeifully man SRes a fruit farm of Severn) hundred acros In California, and urccs other women to take- up tho sail) o kind of work, for nblch fbo thinks women aro well fitted, "Alderiiey Hairy IVulcoiih." Fresh Aldcruey butter, churned orry morning and delivered lu J lb. "Ward" Erlnti, 40c. per lb. Also cottage cheese, utter ml Ik and seet milk, Sc, per qt. Cream, 15c per pt, CITY NEWSPAVUGrUPlI3. Tbe pump doctor Is needed at Eighth and E struts southeast. The Alexandria bridge Company have fettltd tbelr dlfTorenra with the District by the payment of $5,000, Captain W. A. UulberfYml of the Cutter Guards, Company D, Second battalion, has tendered bis resignation. -'Invincible" Is tbe club name of tbe yooDE Kepubllcansot Arlloirtoo, Va., whlcb was lattly organized. They have about fifty members, Whtlo removing a pistol from his hip pocket ycMerday William Washington, col ored, accidentally shot himself In tbe leg. He was removed to Freed mao'a Hospital. James L Nor tie, president or tbe Jack son Democratic Association, bas Issued nfflclsl notice of tbe dcatb of tbe late Jmea W. Bears to thn members of that asaocit tl&n, and requested them to attend the fu neral, wblch will take place from St. An drew's P. E. Church tomorrow afternoon at a o'clock. George Crevellng, who owns the mule that caused tbe death of Miss Uershey, states Uiat he does not allow tbe animal to run at large. He states tb th. mule broke out of tbeyardand a crua i.f hooltumi frightened and chased It. lUd tbov not molested tbe animal tbe accident would not have happened. The camp-lire last evening of John F. Iteynolds Post No. 0, (J. A. H , wss a most successful one and enjoyed by a large num ber ot ladles and gentlemen, Tbe Pott was presented with a complete set ot equipments by Passed Department Commander Urooks and Passed Commander Webster accepted tbem to a few well-chosen words. Xnat Wanhlngton, "Women as Drunkards," Is Edmond UuHwern'a subject Bunday ntgbt, la dec ocd baptist Cburcb, Fourth street and Vir ginia arenue southeast. Uy Invitation the sermon la to Kecbabites. Pastor Ilex Hwm lccturtson"Dont Many Unless 1." Fri day. November 11, 8 p. m., In Odd-Fellow's Hall, Eighth atreet southeast. South YVanhlngtom The attendance at at. Dominic's Cburch Fair last nlgbt was as largo as that at thu previous evenings. An attempt wss made some time last nlsht or early this morning to burglarlzo tbe office of Thomas C. Sbrylock V Co , liirabe r merchants, at tbe corner of South Capitol and U streets. The robber tried to force an entrance through a shutter on tbe north side of tbe building, but, finding this Impossible, went to the back door, wblch he forced opuu by breaking the bolt. A top coat, valued at $12, and a bunch of keys were taken. Went WmhUgton. Dr. Patterson held an luquest on tbe body ot Harry LIpsIcomb, wbo was killed Thursday night by John F. Sullivan. Tbe Jury was composed ot Hobert T. Arbow, Peter J. May, It. J. Jarboo, J. T. Kelly, B. Gladmon, h. Fuwkess, and rendered the following verdict: "That deceased camo to bis death twenty minutes paat.Ja.in, an tbe 4tb day ot November, 1887, at Emer gency Hospital, by blows lnfllctod by John F, Sullivan, at 1001 Thirty-first street north west, on November 3, 1887." Sulllvao was committed to jail. Tbe prisoner when seen tbis morning seemed to be In good spirits, aed said be went to the rescue of bis sister wbo was being choked, and that be bad only acted In self-defense after being struck by Llpstcomb. Tbe funeral of LI pel comb will take place to-morrow 'at 2 p. m., from his late residence, 3353 Prospect avo nuc. interment at ujk tun uemeiery There were two arrests last night. Tbe funeral of Mrs. Flonnco Ittley. wlfo ot II. C. Itlley, will take place to-morrow at 1 o'clock from Mount Zton M. E. Church, Tenleytown. Intermoat at tilcu- wooa cemetery. The Uev. Mr. Bulbullanof Armenia will speak In tbe West Street Presbyterian Cburcb, Georgetown, to-morrow evening at 7:30 p m., on mission work In Asia Minor, Temperature and condition of water at 7 a. m.t Great Falls, temperature, 47; condi tion, 80; receiving reservoir, temperature, S3; condition at north connection, SO; at south connection, 36; distributing reservoir, temperature, W)j condition at Influent gate house, 8C; condition at ellluent gate house, 36. A litir Of1 LOW LIFE. Not front a Moral Stauripolnt, Uut la an Entirely riijalcal Senno Whoi the pulse heats feebly; whentbe energy Is tone; when tbe appetite Is weak and.slecp uncertain, then the ody U In a condition of actual "low lift ' No mat ter what the cause may have -en, Nature hasglrtn way, and unless 1 restored disease Is certain t slon of the bod'. Tbe tlrst tor does In sach a case Is to trcngth Is 10 pOSBCH- any doc- i Nature. to (New is use of strikhig uractlco -ntury." fph Far V1 wilt Ileio fliCEomo to stances: Professor Austin Flint of York) College says: "Thej alcoholic stimulants is on characteristics of progress 1. of medicine during the last I Tho m ell Know n Profi-sau: rM.enjs: "Wo know that . stead) tbe heart, slow tbo uU skin, calm cxclknicnt, and v uso it," 1 he eclcbraltd l)r, J. M, Curn inn tbo i;ht to dl Bays: "lummont happy to say, aftei t-p' ry thorough test, that for person m tiering wiiunvrruu uu Rfnerui ucuiuiy or any wasting dUense, tirlor delicate persons or Invalids, Dutly' I'tire Mult WhMiey U the beat tonic aud purest stimulant with which 1 inn acquainted." Thcro are no higher scientific authori ties than these, and they speak volume tor this puiu and valuablo whiskey, which his become ?o wonderfully popular, JJewarc ot all bottled whiskeys which may bo olfcred you, except DultyV It lus stood the test of time and Is absolutely pure. Dutly's Formula Is a positive cure for coughs, colds and all pulmonary troubles. Jlenutlfnl Women aro made pallid and unattractive hy func tional Irregularities, which' Dr. Pierce's "Favorite Prescription" will Infallibly cure Thousands of testimonials. Uy druggists. Why Xot? Why not go to Bergmann and Tstet'a Music Store, 810 F street northwest? where you can buy music and musical Instru ments, Hanos, Banjos, Violins, Guitars and (Strings at reasonable prices, not ante bellum prices, but slncteanth century prices, within the reach of all, and on In stallments, Everything new and cheap, rail and examine for yourself. All goods warranted. Money returned If not tatUfactory, Hiieotnl Vfltlfc, Tho PUdmont Air Line will sell round hip tickets to points In Virginia at excur sion rates ou tbe 5th, (Jtb, 7th end 8th In stants, cood to return until the tub, Inclu sive, 'litis will jilve voters au opportunity of depositing their ballots and spending Sutday at home. Hip HnnuMnrlc," A neat little newspaper with the aboro tltletnskes its appearance this week. It Is to beiubllibed weekly, to Ibo Interest nt tbe Corrorau Cudtt Corps. Mr, George T. Mxou Is the editor. Tor "worn-out," run-down," dt'lllllu tod school ti'atlu'i-3, inillincrt), sennistrtfctM, lioucfkii-pi'ia, rind ! til woim'ii tniicntlh, Dr. I'h'HHi'n 1'iivoilto l'i(il'tlim Is tlio biNt of all vitoi'ntlo lonlca. It in not n "Curv-oll," hut udiulintily fulfltU a fin trio nos of purntw", liolntr a most potent hpecl ito l(ir nil Hhho ( Inonlo WciiUnesHOH nnd DMniM'a lifiulLir to women, it Ian power rul, in'tn nil ft will na ulerlne, tonic nnd ncrvino, nnd impart ltror nnd strentrth to thu who.tisyt'iii. It pn'iuptlveiriiaweiik ncttiof utom.icli, indlKiftlou, Idonthur.wuik Imok. iuroua ptotitiiitiou, debility nnd slecphnHiieM, In tltbirfiv. l-'avorllo l'ro serlptlon hsold hy dnipjjlM under nuv)io.f (fiu (iiiinii'.i. Ni wnii'pir around 1ml tlo. I'rt.'o tM.OO, or Mi ItollleH ror fl.OD. A l.iro TiiHitiw on DittcuM'H of Women lu) pu.-v)0, piolUM'ly illiiftmttd, Bint for ten i-onia In Mnmiw. Addrtiw, Wniiu.'rt IltsprNaAiiv Mt mcAi. Asriuci MHt.v, UK) Main M., Iluttalo, X. Y. SICK IIIlAllACIir.llllIoimUendiUbo, nnd C'oiihllpatlou, en red by lr, l'lcieo'a l'tllttfl. W cents u lal, bydrurgMtf. WKW AT THE THEATRES. the nation!. "AiunuN iiionrs." The new version ot th familiar story'of AUddtn'a Wonderful Lamp," by Alfred Thompson, will be ecen at tbeNew National Theatre next week, Id Chicago aud New York tbe p'ece enjoyed long runs, an I during tbe preent week Is being presented at tbe Holllday-Etreet Theatre, Baltimore, to very large aud tenet. "Tbe AraoUu Nlgbta' Is a spectacuUr burlesque, sU to lotsess tbe best features of the English Cbtlslmaa pantomime, the quick action and eatcby music of such productions us "Adonis" and "Evangeline" and scenic accessories not surpassed even In tbo palmy days of "Tbe lllack Crook," Many features now to the American stage havo been introduced. Tbe billet of thirty eorjpbeea Is ltd by Mile. Uonfantl, Ml to. Dnrst and Mons. Oreste. There Is a chorus ot thirty voices. Some Idea of the magni tude ot tbe production can be galood fro n tbe fact that It cost over $34,000. In tbo cast aro many well-known comedians The Dolls' Quadrille" Is danced by Mile Dorsr, Miss Lena Mervllle, MUa Alice Stul dard and M. Oreste. Tbe dolls aro bro'uht upon tbe stage In a big toy hoi. Atiur being placed In position before tbo fon lights tbey are wound up and beitln to dance. Tho rigidity of the pretty faces and tbe wooden movements of tbe dolls causo roars ot laughter. At tbe end of each ft tbey fall down Id tbe most pictures quo atti tudes. x uuron's "little rt'CK." Frank Daniels la a strong favorite here, ss be Is In every city, where audteoces have been convulsed with that remarkabte' ab surdity In character acting, "Old Sport." In "Little ruck" Mr. Daniels bas a new Ibeme, which, according to report, tu eUb oralis Ibto the moot excruciating barmoulei of run and laughter. Tbe play stands in about tbe same category as "The Hit; Baby," and if It approaches it In ratrtVpro duchig possibilities tbe wotk nt Alhiuh'a win ue au exceedingly merry one. the nuou iiENitv t, ciuirnu. Another of tbe old ttiaers that gladdeood tie childish hearts of modern thcatrc-ocr will be at Harris' BIJou next week, "Kit. tbe Arkansaw Traveler," Is one of tbe old sinsstlcnal stand bis, having been In herited by Henry T. Cbanfrau from hi father. On Friday evening tbo friends of A. 11. Anderson, tbo man niter ot tbe com pany, and a well-known Washington man, will tender htm a testimonial benefit, KnHNAN'9-I.lt.lC CLAN'S UAIRTT CO. The bill for next week at Ksrn tr.'ri promlsea a great deal In tho way ot enter taining specialties and good-looking ladlu A number of well known variety people are Included In tho programme, and, alto gethtr, tbe prospect la most favorable. TBBMOSnEnLANIl. Messrs. Frank Hoffman and II. U. Everett will open tbe old Capital Theatre on the 31st Instant. It will hereafter h known as "Tbe Wonderland." Tho bouse has been thoroughly reconstructed and now exits added. Tbe entlro building wilt hi painted and it will be lighted by electricity, Mr. lloffmaa was connected with the Ninth and Arch Street Museum In Philadelphia for many years. TJie Pectin? In .llnuncrH, Who that has read Ihosomost delightful cssajs of tbo gentle Ella has not beeu lm pressed by tbe ono on "Modern Gallantry," wherein tho author glTCs a pen portrait ot a true gentleman. He was a director In the South Sea Company, and thus Lamb pic tures him : "Ho has not one system ot at tention to females In tbe drawing-room, and another In the shop or at the stall. I do not mean that ho rutide no distinction. But he never lost sight of sex, or overlooked It In tbe casualties of a disadvantageous situation. I have seen blm stand bare beaded smile, It jou plesso to a poor servant girl while she was Inquiring of blm tbe way to some street, lo sain a posture of unforced civility as neither to embarrass her In tbe acceptance nor himself in the offer ot It. He was no dangler, tn tho com mon acceptation ot tbe word, after womoo; but be reverenced and upheld In every foim In which It came before blm woman hood. I bavo seen him nay, smile not tenderly escorting a market woman whom he bad encountered In a shower, exalting bis umbrellaoverher poor tn&krt of fruit, that It might receive no damage, with aa much carefulness as It sho bad been a coun tess," Tbis Is a type of the courtesy which unhappily belonga to what we now cill tho "old school." ITbe Epoch. Many sheriffs aro troubled by Mons on tbetr hands. Want of Sleep la tending tliouniid4 nmiunlly lo tbo Jnaaiio asylum , and tbo doctors twy thi-i troubto Is alarmingly on tbo Increase. Tbo usual remedies, whllo tlu'y may givo teiniorary udlcf. utr likely to do more harm than good. AVh.it U needed U an Altcrath ninl lllootl-pm Irter. Aycrs SarsupurllliL U tncoiiiprubly tho best. It corrects tboso ilHtuilhincia In tbo circulation which iuuso slecpbt'. ness, gives increased vitality, and re stores tho ncn oin si stem to n healthful condition. Kev. T, O. A. Cote, ngent of tho Jlans. Ilonm Missionary Society, writes that hlsfitomacb was out of order, his sleep very oftcu ilUturbed, utnl homo Im purity of tbo blood manifest; but tb.it n perfect euro was obtained by tho uso of Ayor's SarHaparlllo. rretlcrlck "V. IMatt, Ul Washington street, Iloston, writes; "My daughter was prostrated with nervous debility. Aycr's SarsaparlllA restored her to health." William F. Eowker, Erie, I'a., was cured ot nervotisneas nnd sU'eplestiR"s by taking Ayer's Barsaparllla for about two mouths, during which tlmo bis Wei, ht increased over twenty pounds. Ayer's Sarsaparijla, rnr.pAnKn nv " Dr. J. C Ayer St Co., Lowell, Mass. eoldbyallDrujglati. Trice!; alxtottloi,! Forest & Belleau, Europe's Pavorlte CHAMPAGNE. B-woot. XJjry. 3a?it- Preferred on account ot Us superior (Hi or On Ice at all principal hotels and G. G. OORNWELL & SON, l'enosylvanla Aomio. AXFLP. rilANCKE.Acont, ID Wall street, New York. One-Price Shoo Store, i A. L. HAZELTON. -133 Hm enlll Slie.t. Under Od.t-Frflow.1 llall. E. C, Buit's rino blioos (or UJloa a .po-jInUr UNDEIiTAKERS. s , ItlUIIAltD N. UAIH, IMrMlihlui; lu V Oertaker, 1011 -111 t. EienrlilnlHM cluss aud on thu most ruasonablo teruitt. Tul(v phono call 416-3. J. william" lee, " (Successor to lluury Lot's Sous), crrisrDriaiR'X'.A. k: 3a k.3 C3'J PENNA. AVENUE N. W., fcouTit siun ilnmcliOnico, - - 4DH !tl. Ave, -t. tV, AUGUST llUtmiUlKF, FUltNlBllINO UNDEHTAKER, No. 810 reuno. avo. n. w., bet. Bd and ii eta. Krerything lirat olaas, FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. I'rlrutaiiin, II. K. riiln A Co., Bt. Olouil llullJIm: turnleb tbe following Oil qiiotHll-tiia (Joel jrMenls), 7JJ I 0itriL-l tn-Lv. Taj hlnUwt, 73i lowtat, 73) j 2, 15 tn , 7 IJ, New York Nltirk niHrki-t, The following luve been furnlxbM hy A. Mscelll A Co , bankers .nil brokers, 51.i BcveDth street nortbwcttt SAUB O. S 4Sl NAME. I O. ,'J 15 N Y Cen, 107) 1071 Heading IIS VT, 1. A N r,5) Cllt.N I' 711 7KJ N rprct'd.., 8SJ 8S P M Ml 4'JJ F.rle S,t 241 341 ) T. CW ll tWitoi 411' 441 Dili 311 LBbore ! u w u eio r u r. TfX M.n K T Bt r It I ;; N W Oil A lj.. Wb p'f'il.. !IL1 W. Eft J U U A It.... 10IIJ 10D1 ni i it 41) 4! mi 30 3'1 21 45 4-, 23 23i 103 103 N l'r mt ivi lua r , 741 74Mlmi 11.11113 1 " tlTd, II00J lOtltK T i?.it vxn w l, 301 30)1 II V 1S-1 ISSJ.'F A V -1 'J'!l :N K 74? 74HOU 1031 1031' Chlrftjco Slnrkeli Tbe following summery Is by U. K. lM.ln A Co., St. ClouJ llalbltng, Ninth A f streets: T. IT L. j u. Wbe.t Not 7Ul 721 71 ll 731 Hoc .... Til 731 TU 73 tsy 781 781 781 781 Corn Not 411 41ii 411 41) Dec .... 411 411 4t 41 M.y.. 4.11 451 451 451 Oats-NoT 251 251 25) 251 Deo.... 25 211 !H1 25J -May.... 20 201 201 '-"Jl l'ork Not Die May ....13 121 13 15 13 10 13 ttij Llril Nor.,..! 0 4U 4J 1)40 U40 Dtc 0 40 il 4.1 fl 10 0 10 llay.... 0 73 0 771 0 75 0 75 tVaHtitncton m too ft Kxchnntco, Tho fotlowruK were the quotations on tbo regular call at the block Exchange-to-day, All quotations are for securities to the amount of fl.GCO or 100 shares ot stock. Hid. Masonic Hall Bonds 10) Washington Market Oo. Bonds 113 Washington Light Infantry, let tnVo.. DO lid " ... BO Wnsblnpton Gaellcht Co. Bonds l'Jl Bank of Washington 'JW National Bank of tbo Urpubllc 153 National Met. Bank 170 Central National Hank J()I Second National Bantf 127 Farmers' & Mechanics' National Bank of Georgetown 1-31 Citizens' National Bank 11(11 uoiumDia national nam;., iv.t &&bliiKton is Ueorgetowu titock 'il'.t Columbia Capitol A North OBIreet , Firemen's Insurance Co Franklin Insurance Co National Met. Insurance Co National Union Insurance Co... Arlington Insurance Co Corcoran Insurance Co Columbia .... - 41 40 .... 41 .... "0 .... HI ....132 .... M m German-American Insurance Co l.V) t oiomac insurance co w Klfzps Insurance Co H viathlngton City Gaslight Co 3sj Georeetown " 4 1 U. 8. Electric Light Co 70 Pennsylvania Telephono Co 3flJ Chesapeake Si Totomac Tel. Co 71 Wasbinuton Market Co. Stock 17 WatMnstou Brick Machine Co ,'JOO Great Falls Ice Co t'J"i Bull Kun Panorama Stock SI Heal Estate Title Insurance Co 13J Columbia Title 51 National Safe Deposit Co 100 Wood A Fornjtli, of No. 1209 F street northwest, have all tbe latest styles ot picture frame mouldings In ornamental gold, brouze and ok, Also steel engravings, etchings, etc Iteglldtng old frames a specialty IV'tes bavins pictures to frame will do well to call as above, Ho Would, llnvn Hern I'olltr. Tbe pastor of one of our churches told a good story of bis on n family yesterday. One of bis little ones was very much Interested tn the. story ot Kllsha, tbo had small hoys and tho she bear, us read hy his mother. After a moments thought bo said: "I wouldn't have said so to Kltiba, would I, mamma ? I woul 1 have said: 'Please go up, tbou bald-head." Hartford Post. AUCTION SALES. lXKCI'KIHb' H I.i: OV IIOKHK-I, J'j LANDAU.UAItlllAUn. IIUOUV, HM1- flt.!)?, iV'., , cuuNisitor ttrn anui bIS.N. W On WEDNESDAY, NOV. 0. 1SS7. Pommonc irtratl'i O'CLOCK jmuN.llio ercut.irs of tlititstateof thulatw DAVID L. MUltUHON will teliat tlioctablo rtrnrof Utb und 1. stn w, tho contents, t-onatstlnic la purt of irlw frcnt land a ii. buasy, Jtimp-ncat canlaco, Hlelpb, flark bay inaro "Kate." hle-ltcli-brlK chestnut maie "Put " doubluand nlrBla bur bcsh, tut tin? box, eli tine jack, etc. Ry order of tlio rxt teuton. DUNCANMtN 1UUW.. Auctlont-ers. niHPKTKKS' 8AI.11 OF VAr.UA1tl.l3 J, iMpituvcDitLAL estate, nu.uiiu bT. S. W. ByTlriuoof ad(?dof trut dated March 0, UNt. Ti'rr.ntril Iri HhtrllTl. nt folio Ml. ctWfl . Ltif tbe Und records for tbo District of Coin in- uta, atmar ttm written requemor inepaity evtiucd tlnruby. wo will sell nt publlo sole, in fiontof tbo premises, on TUESDAY, November 15. lswr. ut 4 30 o't-luek p m.alt tliat parcel of land ond premtucs known and dtHtlngulNbed as lut u urn lit red tairty-four (3D and purt of lot numbcroil tweuty-nlno (.')). In Derron & Cburvb'a ncordod subdivision of rart of uquare numbered four himdrolaud Blxty-ein (IW), bi'dinnlnir for sold part of lot numbered iwrniv-nluo ('."), at a iofnt.lro (5)feet south of tbo noithwost corner of mid jut and running soulb on the line ot tbo allay nitoietu(lD) leit:thi!Ri'0t'ast aovcn'een (17) fret; lliencenoilii nineteen (10) feet; tlmrivo ct sertntecn (IT) feet to thoplaconf bo plnnlnc Improved by a substantial brlcU Tcrmaof sale 81.200 rash and rest duo In 1 and S years honi ditto of sale, with Interest nt ll per t-ent. per annum, p.iblo semi-annually, defenud payments to ha secured bv a died of unit ou proneity. Deposit of JtiM) re(iuircd atlimoof Rule, Conveyancing und ret ordina at cot ot pun baser If terms of sale aro not compiled with In 1 i1a8 after salo tbo popcrty will bo rraohi at tit) risk and cont of tbodefultlntr purclumr. M. ti. EMEHY, t'llA. K. l'U.UH Trust es. WALTtlt 11. WILLIAMS A CO., Auctioneers. Bv TUVSTKE'S BAI.K UNDCU DKCRKH OK rniutr or ri.cvkn of tudab fisc llllK'K DWKU.INl.sON UArt'APIT()b h'lltELT, 111 rtVKKS 2D AND :il hTS r.AT. AND YHHKE ON HOUM A bTKEKT. INTHKAMEMlUAItll. Uy irtue of n derrvo parsed by tho Suiircnia Court nf the DMr'it of Columbia in littnltv cauo.No.il.rto nix Mutual LUu IiHuratico IVuiiuuy vs. Albt'ittiriutctul,, I will tWIut rubllnnuetloii, in Iron! of tbo prnmlsti. on 1UKliAY,th(ilSthllAYofNOVGMt!Ktl.lW, at 4 O'CLtH'K l. M, (naif) to bocoiitlnutl tbo nest day ut tbo tumu hour If iii'ct"H,iryj, lota nnmleicd ore (D.tlimi (3), four (It. tuoO), fix (0), debt ). nine t'J). ten 1 10). elovuo (it). twelve (K), fomteetiti4 Klxt.ii (itf), navon teen (17-utul ilghtceu its), of ihemibdlrt'ion ofFOUflronumlcnrt.'rn hundred and sixty (HOj.lnttoeiiyor wahlii'toii. I) u.aithe nuiio lit of reeo n1 In thuotib-oof tho Surveyor ul thoDlfliht rf Cohtmlta 'Jhcso lot 4 aro Impro.od with dodriblo brick dnclllnss and will bo sold hoparatclr Terms of mtlo-Oiio fourth rank and tlw inl nnro nt ti, M and is months, lor which tho notes of tbo purcliaiiT, be.rliiirlnterot fnmi tlioitayof ca'o. Villi to t.ikui md il Hon ru in It cd on Ibo pren-.lio cold, or all vd-h, at tho ortlon ottliopiirrbUKtr. AU taxes at.d nssnmmenti duo at tho time of fle. Iniludlnff nil n'mmntu tiei'iH.u v to lrdeini tlo property cold from ntiy lux H.tbJ thereof, will bo pujublu out of tho purub iioi money. A uepoBtt of SStH) will lio requtro.t of tho purthutcr of each lot nt the tlmo lit k.i'u A polity of itiBuramu uimlnst tiro will ) i -(.utrtd of tto puuluser on thu building m cut h lot sold in suth amount us thutni-ttuo may deem vropr r. m HAlNAHDH.WAKNRlt. TU-tti! No. oi(J y fcf n GENT'S FURNISHING3. KEEP'S SHIRTS, 427 SEVENTH STHEET . W O. P. BURDETTE, SOLE A(il!NT. P , RDVALira'.1f i am :i fiwfi 4KiaP POWDER Absolutely Pure. Tills powder never carton. A mar vol of purity, Btrenirth nnd wboleaomunesa, Moro economical than thu ordinary kind, and can not bo lold in competition with the multltu'l ct low test, short wolabt &iam or phoMnhate Kwders Holit only In Mni HOYMjHAK' ni'OWDKHCU. 100 Wall St.. H.Y. MrB. Juno told Mrs. Crown that Mrs. Smith was Informed ttiruucli her neighbor, Mr. Talknll, that tho proprietor of tho Double Combluutlun btore lm Just received one ot tbe largest and flncU lnvolctsof ibiranunts tbatbnshein tbolr ecod fort an u to occupy Sfaco In their bouto tint eur. Yon Can't Imaiine Wlal an Assort ment You Can Select From, 11 EM N A NTS of .(Much All wool Camel's Hair Serge, In black, brown and dark giny 3 to REMNANTS Of 40 Inch All wool Mourning Cloth. . ..31a UEMNANTS Ot,:iH-lncb All-wool lllack Diagonal and crepe-Cloth 30o REMNANTS or 31-inch All-wool Cable Twill, black and toler 3'o REMNANTS Of M-lnih All wool Scrgo, black and colors '&o RKMNANTH Of 08 Inch All-wool Shuda, black and colors 2 So REMNANTS of Drap do Almas, In Mails and col ors 17c REMNANTS or ao-incn Atlantic ir cashmere, in black and colors lio REMNANTS of Tycoon Rep, largo nnd small fig ure1 Uo REMNANTS . of Fancy Stripe and riald Zephyr Cloth..... 7j5cj REMNANTS Of Uenuln Medicated Fireman 'a I'lan net "V? REMNANTS Of All-wool White riansel .3.S'c REMNANTS of lleavy Cray Wool Flannel icjo REMNANTS Of -1 Oeuulno L'ttca Sheeting Pto REMNANTS of IMCenulnoUtlcu Sheeting Sic REMNANTS ol 10 4 Genuine Ut lea Sbeutlng llo REMNANTS of llcny Vnbleachod Canton Flan nel C7jo REMNANTS of Heavy Unbleached Canton Han ncl 'He REMNANTS of Co)iaset yard wldo VnbleachoJ Cutton 61 ie This Is tho greatest Itemnant yalewobae had within tweho mouths, und wo uro offer ing tbU lino lower than ever ou aurount of the nuantlty we were comicltod ti take. DOUBLE COMBINATION STORE 1241 and 1243 11th St. S. E. BOOTS AND SHOES. DO YOIT MOW That thcro Is as much difference In shoe! as In corner lotHt You ko to a cheap liotol and pay 25 tents for a poor dinner, whilo ut an other you pay Si for a cud ono. Aaarule, you nay tbo high priced U tbo bust, boime- it wan of hi'tttr quality and bi-tter cookoi. o vlth bllOKS. You can't make pood hhoe out of poor material. Wo all lcaru by cxpurl- caiv, uuu vim ii Your Lesson Is learned lu thta w.iy It is rarely ever forgot ten, llmen'l jou ftfit Let n tempted, to turt-hao (.heap Mioqj that looked all tho uoild as welluH hlbir priced coodT tr, tnw cfT. too wunt to put your money where tr will do themoHt &hX, tako our advice and buy nothing but Ilelial, Well-Made Shoes Geo. W. Rich, 717 Mirket Space, Keeps, and. unrjword for It. you'll thank u for tlio -uCt (ti Ion. ilopuU boel-plutus onrubltcr (.hots lov Jt'e. FINE SHOES Of every deecrlptlon, iultats.1 to tbo wants ot all. Stylish, dura Wo, torn ortablo and per fccttittlnir- Mado cspci inlly for un by tbe best manufacturers. M'o carry a largo tstoott nercry dtpnrtmont and acKlom fall In Bull ing a tuitomtr. DALTON & STHIOKLA.ND, 030 3?o,. .-vo., WasMnctou, 1). 0. u:h uhiim...h. I.J7 l'. At.. Cakt, I havo a lot or Flno snoos, myownmako, that 1 v-'lll sell at a bargain. Qlro tno a trial, Oil! Remnants! cPTiy CLOTKIN'U. NOW IS THE TIME To buy your WINTER CL0THIN0 Ornt'n1t,ranBlnii: from fi toJ10;Over CTifit from ft to Jl'ij Mali's Worklmr Punt. tl.ft.'ASiryinnd til lt(ta Puiit. 7io, fl to 1 ,J1. Iljlk.it,d All n.nr M.I I I, b1.,v, Mh,d IT.,."', f'.'jn riuin( uti-ini, llllli riiui. iriini-ff I. Hand SO, worth tto; Itoyn' Hihoril Hnta 111 lino miM", ia i nnt uhh v-ur ani imvh' hcliitol iHnons, from 11 upward. Tho hnt Jl.fOMmcnln the city, and our j Shoes can't ho U'at, at J. W. SELBY'S, lnu-inm rKKK. AVlN.w. xi. JlD. JsJ A.JrCJrt, Importer and Tailor. Bprlng Uond., all of th. L.tsitNo.! tte.t KoKll.li, French .nil Hcotch Bultlni;., eto-, Just .rrtv.d Mr. OAltlt fersonatlr fits all itarooat. mua. 1c enr eetablbliinoDt. 1111 Penna. Avenue. FINE WATERPROOF CLOTHING, NFAVESTSTYLKSof fcllk and Alpaea Bur fare KUltllKIt WltAl'M, lucliullnir tlin fo.low itiir stylist ftewmftrkcK cl"n unitiir, with blecveo, eat'Ci ami houd; KuiimnrtMn. lull clone fitting, with arm rspt't utm iiihhi; rireu lar, Wiito'ilitlng. with liooj; Finn tti'llt MrljoNV raps, In tlrcularn, mclnni iinilt.ina trj llieco aro the latent oud bcit tblngiln UonDum m Meii'n All-wool riulb Matklntoh (tint, Wru's Iteirse Cloth ami Rubber Outt. I'l tin lllflik lusnmern In ull grades, Mnn Hnu Itiititier CViHts. Uapc and Talmai, Rubber llorsu (o?rr and Wagon Apron Tbo CliiOUVBAlt HUUIllilt COM HOOTS aud HlloEs ore culebratut tbo world over f ir tltelr mi itrrlur. quality Wo iritarantew U'lT 10M PRICKS for good of himltar rjtulity. Goodyear Rubbor Co., aoflftthst. n w.near 1M. ato. MELVILLE LINDSAY. Mauactr. Poor Ilnblur (JotKls aro dear at any prlro. DHEWEniES. Association. AMERICA'S LARGEST BREWERY. Brewtag Capacity ner Annum, 500,000 jBax'x-o.Xs. OFFICE AND DEroT-Corner First .trcet and Virginia avenue. THANK R0I1WAI17.. AncnU PJANOS mm Unequaled in Tone Touch, Work manship and Durability. SECOOTi-ITAND riANOS, a Bno assortment o! prumlncnt makes nt all lulccs. PIANOS FOIt ItENT. WM. KNABE & CO., 817 Mnrkvt 8 puce. PIANOS. W. Q. METZEROTT & CO.. OU.1 I'ennHllvunla Ave FINANCIAL. B. X. JLAIH. W, 8. HUBS B. K. PLAIN ii CO., UIlOKEItS, Grain, Provisions and Slocks, OTIl AND F STS. AW) 14J T ST., WuBhlncton, u. U. City Hetoroncos, COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK. Cnlcago Correspondents MUmlne, Uodman & Co. Oon.tant nnotatlnns of the cntcaeo and New York SlaTkut, by siclal 1ro. PHOTO-ENGRAVING DaTlnj; recently flttoa au a Fhoto-Engraving Establishmeuv, la connection with my PATENT rROCK), I am rTf-paroii to furnish tt!.C6TnATIONa AT HEW YOKE PhIC3k 1'tiotoirrat.tilnir on Wooa fortheTrail 2VLo.-n.3?n.oo dOTOP, 1K ELEVENTH KTI1EKT N W. The Remington TYPE-WHl'IER. BTATTONEIIY AND SlTPl.tES NEW DltOP CAUIXKTa WYCKOFP. SEAMAN'S BKNEDl'T. i . turner or, f Telephono No. 330-S. Comer of 8th and 7 sis. ll Jl S Iw mm m. ma M il Ink a s sisi S ?J rfwl BESTJMSTRtCT. m-iik(:hiii:mi,ii aTvut.irtiiNi; h .llllllon iMitrlhntr.il BXitVsSi'fr fr-ij life Louisiana State Lottery Co. Irccnratwlbytboltrlalatnro In ISMfof ittiffliinnul ftml LlifLi-t table Mtrrxnes. and III francblHe made jatt of the pruaent Htato tsinctlttitlon In 1S9, by an overwhelming Mipuiar Tote. Its Gruiil Single Number nrawlnfra Uko pace every month, and Iw Grand Heml-An-nnal Draw inn tako place evry all month (June and December), "ll'i dohtrtfv certify that tM svptrtUt Ut ananormtMnjurauiM j Monthly and StnkAn nt nt thm Ijmlitir,t AttltA Lfitt Urv Cmnmny, and in frrton tnnnagt and cot InJ thM lMir.Jn1 lhttnalri. nail thnt ihd tlTlM art eonductft tilth horn riytairnu and in gooi Jaitfl toward ail mrtiet. an.1 v$ autnonxsVM CmniHtny to vtt (AU eertljlcaU 1a Ui adwtU ttunu.u Commissioners, We, tbo nnderslimed Danks and Rankers', will iy all lrizen drawn in the IuUtana btate Lotteries which may be preaentod at our luuntcrs: J. II.im;MII1 l'rm. La..1lat. Bank. 1'UUlij: LASLA. 1'rra. KtateNab Hank. A. lULtlM l, l'rm. ft. 11. ML Bank. UltL kOIlN, rrto. t'nloo SU Hank. flrHiitl ln sin Nnmttrr Untwine; at tbe Acndimy of Mnaln. New Orleans, TUES DAY, NotemUr b, lws7. Capital Prizo S'BO.OOO, pTNollie Ticketar UOonty; Halves, 19! F1ftt)H.2J;'IVnth4,l, i.int or rmrioi, 1 CAPITAL I'ltlZE OF tl'fl.iioo..... $110,000 1 ORANU I'UIK OF N),000..., 50,000 1 t.KANII 1'ltIZK OP slarcji: ritlZKS OF 4MROK PRIZES OF 21) I'UIZLS OF M " 110 " SO " 600 " u Wvrr Half yo.OOO...., 29,000 toiio ao.ooo 6,U S'J.UXJ i.uw avx sot).,,., vijon W 30,01)0 3...,. ,ono 1U0 00,000 ArntOItHATlOK 1'iUJCErl, ion Approximation Prizes ZW loo (lo do auo. ... ko do do l,oii Terminal iTixcs of 10 10,000 w au,ouu 2,U9rriroB, amounting to '.ooo trVfYor Club TtAittn nr anv tnrther informa tion apply to tho undersigned Your band wrltltitf munt be distinct and blqnatuit plain. I4 1tl Wr.ro r mil J return mall dollvurv will lio as surud hi yuu enclotslnji un Eavolopo beuilntf rtipu lbv your full addretts. S nd I'ontal Nntofl. ETTitom Mnnnv Orilnrit nr New York Kicbanco in ordinary letter. Cnr rtney by txircas (at our uxpenHe) addroiBod, to ra, a. itAUi'itix, New UrleitDi, La Address KeRlsteied letters to Xew Orleans Xaliooil Baotr. New Orleans, La. REMEMI1ER that tho preence ot Oonerali Ih'ftiirrirard and Karly, who aro In charge of tbo drawing, U a miarantoe of absolute ralr ncM und tntpjnlty, that tbo chances are all equal, and that no ono can possibly dlrtna hut number will draw a prtto. 'ItEMKMnEn, atHO, ttiat tho payment ot Pil7i 1i OtIAUANTEKU HY FOUR NA TIONAL BANK" of New Orloann, and tho tickets aro nUmed by tho lr)nldent of an In Btitutlon thoMO cbnrtorod rlhu are reoo ntzed In tho htsbust Courts; therefore, beware of all Imitations and anonymous schemed." WOOD AND COAL I BALDWIN JOHNSON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In WOOD AND COAL. Complete Facilities. bottom rrtoea. Full WeWht and Measure. Wood and coal direct from tb forests and , mines by rait and water, and (roe from slag elate and other Impurities. UIVK MS A TRIAL. Main Yard aud OQico, ion K. I. aro. n. w. Uranth " " Dll A st. n. e. brant b Omce, corner Pth and S sta. n. w. All oonneetd bT telephone COALI OOjA-IjI AWAY DOWN! UUY YOUR WINTER SUrPLY NOW. not weather to talk coal, but prlcei artno low It will pay yon to call ou A. 1). Smith and k-ao your order to-day. Coal, direct from tbo mines, arrlvlni dally rtr cars at Coal Ucput. 1st and L sts n e, 11. und O. It. It. oflire, 00!) New York avo n w. Call at either place and secure yoar supply. July prices, cheap. .. A. It. H1IITII. BOO New York menne. CSK CKRFJI, ETEKLINn, MIN.NEOLA, UILT KOOB or UUU1KN UILC FLOUR, And yon will always have beantlfnl Dread, ltolln and Blscnlta. WholOKale Depot, corner first street and Indiana arenne. WM. H. ALT OO. MEDICAL. ELY'S C .TAHBH CI1E.WI BALM Cleanses the Natal rajcagen, Allays mtn Inflamm at lou, Heals tlieSores, p'rixitH ssMBNas? Kfhtorrn the Sencrs of Taste Hnd illicit. -KEVEC-?. TltV tlio Ul'Kt!. A i Brllole 1. nii'lleU un- oath nnstrlt and Is itpcetiMe l'rke 50 ccnt at drucir1t! l,y mull, rritl.trtwl, m) ! El Y UlCUTIIEUb, .".. c;ri.nM'li.t n urk DRMKEMESS Ot the I.tguor lltilt Can lie (Jord It AdniloUtttrliii: Jir tlalue' liotden bptcitlc. i"en hefiivwii m a cup of coffeocr tea with- ..nt tbo kiio,TittiriMif tnopcr-on taklnalt it ts ati.olutciy bartaleos, and will elicit a ner n uu'iii und Dptedy euro, whether tlio jutltMit I-a mtxlfiatedriuaeror au alcoholic wrttk. 1 i .c iifi-n pivm In thousands of .,ai'. and in mil iu-'tHiito a perfect cur ha followed, ' li nttT iniu. Tno synteti onto uuiirerf- ii... id with ibo tSpoL'tflv, It bocomos au utter ini. nt"li"llty for thu llimorapictlte tooxht. !' -A ins V Waro under Kbhltt Moa-e: H u llt'iihi'mdlno, Kourtoeutb street audi VfitiMttii sti'iiuo Wnshtnirton mim UAU, VMlKVFLUl'HU PAllTi ot K lv .'nliiT-L'tHl nml utri!iiL'lliriicil Full ii uliirhsint tveolmlj Jrco liHIE MBUl H t O lit TFALO. N Y. -TSV WA DEAFNESS! Cantiumpttoti CORED AT HOME. NEW PAMPHLET I'llKI OOQ hOHTIlHKOtO HTUt.T.I Ella yiiiL.iiicLPiu.. i'l. I Or.MY.Ca.e'.l'urbuIaleolTurluiial.ntJ atil tor .n l'.npbltt .4 Mme tail rttt. fffvi tho ir3AA GERES Wj irMBra m&si.i MAY iffRIf waTTpl ! )JJZ&P-tg JEAJFHissI SSSvil $14Jf T tlroncluiit,andf