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Tina uvvxo, inn day evening, degemjjeii 20, isoo.
ChiMma (Innd fur Chrlatinn') Pros-cnl-I'ailnr
Calilnota Sold llrgnrilloa
Our tleaant alockof Parlor Cahlnrts aro being
offered without the allqhltnt regard in to their
tet Wo hire mote of lluie prrltjr fl rocksn
that hare been ao mnrh admired bjr tho lall;
they atr certainly n blooming daisy In tlio way
c-f a e-halr. Aaktn nee our auperh llnaofullt
Mtnlture. you vv 111 he pleased nt their eleijaiica.
Jiiamlnc onr rndtenn and boiiitllul IjIIjV
tteks unit fancy rockers. Our cntlro mammoth
clock In tlio S8TCn-tnry bnlMlna; "111 bo auM
al prices Hint will elartlo you. Look ntnur
nobby anil ileatrablo $1 7 phinh rockrr; III'
nn attitleot beauty and In a Joy fororcr to tlio
nrrnpint. VV. II. Hoiihiitoii A On ,
WIS ami 1320 V at. n. r.
A lTacful Glirlatiiina I'reapnl.
1( von ilcalre uncfnl a well Bacrilc.'
able "tilde In present lo yonr friend-wine-thine;
that will not pcrlali In Ita me In tow
Hnya. aa moxtprcoonta do why not purchae
inr of Ihooa handaome J.B parlor Suite", lx
plerea. In three rarletlea, at ItuddenV, and
li'H Seventh atreet northweal. It will last
nimh Ioniser than a more expensive Clirltin
prrnent, and rIto more general and real aatla
taction In your friend, Purchase now, while
a mall amount nt eah la requited, and piy
the liatanicallerlhe holiday.
SHOT AT IMS ASSAILANTS.
An filHrer llrulntly llontpii ly n Crowd
oniccr Kemp of llio Fourth Precinct at
tempted todiipcncn disorderly crowd of
iirKroca at the corner of Third and Jt st recti
Hdulliwost yesterday afternoon, when ha
was assaulted by tlio whole gang, George)
Hhlcldi. n colored man, who hai n bad
reputation, heading the crowd.
In order (o escape being killed (ho
ofllccr (lulled his rovolrer and shot
nt his axsallnnl.i. Charles Shield, a
brother of ncorgr, was wounded In the
right leg. Tlio ofllccr succeeded In getting
lo llio patrol box and Bounding an
nlarm for the rcscrvo force. A num
ber of the rioters were arrostod and locked
Officer Kemp wan so badly Injured that
lie will ho unable to do duty fur a week
A WASHINGTON MAN'S SHOT.
After Heine Shot Roirr;il Tlmoa He
Sliontn Ilia Aaaatlnnt.
Crank Scarce, (he janitor of tha Car
pcnlcr block on Fifth street, shot another
colored man named John Wright at the
depot of the Alexandria and Fredericks
burg Hnilway In Alexandria yesterday
They had had tonio previous difficulty
and becamo involved In a minrrct at tlio
station. Scarce had been struck once or
twice It) (ho cyo by Wright, when hn
pulled hii revolver and shot. Tha ball
entered Wrighl'H left torn pic, and Dr.
Klcpstine, who attended him, thinks that
the wound wilt tcrminato fatally.
Scarce was locked up in tlio Alexandria
jail, but ho docs not seem to be much
alarmed over tho outcome He says that
lie nulled his revolver in self-defense, and
if he had not shot first ho would have
been killed by Wright.
FHANK WARD ACQUITTED.
Tim .fury Find II I m Gulltlcs of Aillor'a
A few minutes past 7 o'clock Wednes
day evening the jury In the Frank K.
Ward case, after being out a littlo more
than twohours, returned a verdict of not
Tho court-room was filled with Mr.
Ward's friends, ond when the verdict of
fcouittat was given the scene In the cnurt
iikiu wosonoof the wildest confusion,
and it was somo moments beforo order
could be restored, so overjoyed were his
friends at tho result.
Jlr. Ward received hundreds of con
gratulations from Ids friends. As to his
plans for the futuro nothing is known.
A HUAVE OFFICER.
lie ltrkciics n Slotlier and Child from a
At an early hour yesterday morning
Officer Kenny of tho 8Ixth Precinct dis
covered a firo nt No. 335 Pennsylvania
nvenuo. lie sounded an alarm, and then
went to the houso and aroused tho occu
On the upper door ho found Mrs.
Groves and her child almost suffocated by
tho smoke. I lo curried them downstairs
and bad thonv cured for at a neighboring
houxc. Tho tiro was extinguished after
damages to tho extent of 51,'JOO wero sus
tained. On the nay to the fire I here was a col
lNion bctw ecu tlm assistant chiefs buirgy
nr.d hero cart No. II, and Foreman bam
Henry of Truck A and Acting Foreman
llrown of Nn. 0 were quite seriously in
jured. Ileecptlon tu Illaliop Keailc.
l'.lght Itev. John J. Kcune, rector of the
Catholic University, returned from his
journey through tho Northvt est on Tues
day afternoon. Ho had been away since
uctouer, engaged in uiscussmg me manor
of higher education. During Ids absence
he lectured twice at I)en er. Ho was ten
dered a reception on tho night of his re
turn by tho btudents, under tho auspices
of tlio literary society of tho institution.
Father Peter York presided. Addresses
w ero delivered In behalf of the faculty by
Dr. Ciarrigan, vice-rector of tho university,
onil by Fho Itev. William Fltrgerald of
Trenton, N. J., in behalf of tho students.
'1 he Ilishop gave a description of hi trip.
The students havo a vacation of four days,
beginning with Wednesday last.
Malinger Itiiatmi Hitrprlaod,
A vory neat Christinas presentation took
1 l:ce at Harris' Illjou Theatre. Manager
I'ustoii was (old that one of tho members
of the company w oh about to mnko trouble
mid ho went to the htago. One of tho
players had somo remarks to make about
n "drop," and whilo Mr, K.iston was
listening to them ond looking at tho drop
tlio curtain was rung up. lie was natur
ally surprised, but seeing one of tho mem
1 era of (ho company In a policeman's unl
fdl in, ho cold: ''Hero, put ma under arrest
end get meoff thostogo." Just then Mr.
Collier tame on with a box and started
the presentation speech. Mr. Kaston
couldn't find words to do more than to
very heartily wish his friends a merry
ilerkoley is puro.
ClirMmaa Preaeitta fur Mnnn;er risk.
The employes of Albough's Oiiera-
IluusouurprUed Manager FIsk yeatorday
by presenting him with thrco handsomo
Christinas gifts. Tho nttaches who
manipulate tho scenery gavo him a
beautiful carved oak revolving desk chair,
substantially upholstered, accompanied,
by n waste-paper basket of vari-coloreil
wicker. Tho ushers and other employes
in tho front of tho house presented
him with n magnificent combination
lamp and stand. Thoglfts wero displayed
In Manager Fisk's office yesterday, and
were admired by all who saw them,
llerkeley pure ryo whisky.
Death ISnded n Hproe.
Chailcs Miller, n young colored man,
died at tho Kmcrgcncy lloupital yesterday
afternoon from tho effects of drink and
oiik'surc. Ho went Into Putrlek Hrosnan's
Kifoou, No. 611) Ninth street, soon after
noon and took a drink of liquor. No
booiicr had lio dnnosothan ho fell to the
floor. Ho was taken by tho bartender to
u shed in tho rear of the saloon and left
therefor soma time. Later Officer Allen
summoned the patrol wagon and took him
to tho hnspllul and the doctors pro
nounced him to bo in a dying condition.
Miller lived at 2021 Tenth street and was a
hoothlark. Ho had been on a spree for
It per gallon, 1 per quart, f1c. a pint.
Hml III Head Cut.
' Louis Hcrbinan, who but recently came
from Philadelphia, got into a dispute with
another man lua suloon opposllo tho Bal
timore and Potomac depot lost evening.
'J he result was that thcro was a light,
dining which Herman was cut on tho head
with a beer bottle. Ifo was taken tn tho
Kmcrgewy Hofpllal, where his wounds
were sewed up.
'JTharp, 818 F tired northwest.
Wlml airn, I'linnliiiiit nml Ollieriilar,
I'liiil tu Interest Tliein,
Mr. Btctciisoii I lll tell you of the In
cident connected with tho singing of the
song "Ilounlc Anulo I.nitrlo" during the
Crimean nr, and which made it then as
popular, both In lhiroiic and America, as
''Utile Anule llonncy" Is to-day. I was
a private In thu Twcnty-llrst Fusiliers of
tho Fngllsli army when, on September 8,
1SG5, they stormed and captured tho .Mala
koff outside of Scbastiiiiool. Wo followcil
up our victory with on attack upon the
liednn, but were repulsed and fell back.
On the night of Septembers, 18.W, whilst
Ij Ing upon our arms outside of tho Mala
kiifT wlih orders lo resume the attack upon
tho llcilnu at an early hour tho next morn
ing under Sir Colin Campbell, In com
mand of the Highland llrigade, some of
he so'dlers of tlio brigado struck up tho
(orgof "Annlo Laurie." It was a well
known song, both to tho Scotch and
Knglbh roldlcrs, and it touched a respon
sive chord in every heart. Tho hands
taught on to tho ulr, and I supposo tho
flioriis waa sung by 10,000 soliflcrs. Its
thrilling effect can lio better Imagined than
ducrll rd. The Russians blew up tlio
Ittdan before our attack early tho next
morning, which virtually resulted in tho
rlisc of the war. Peace was declared in
S. Sickle, TobaccnnW Yes, I under
stand that the clgarmakcrs are asking for
higher wages, ond I think thcro will bo a
general rio In the prlco of cigars, domes
tic ns well as Imported, on account of the
McKlnlcy Tariff bill.
Detictlvcltaff Just ono year ago yester
day Joe Carter and I Went out to Wash
ington Grovo to capture Dr. N. W. Dcalc,
the resurrectionist, who had skipped tho
city mid was stopping with his brother at
that place. Wo had a tough day's experi
ence and failed to get our man, but wo
bagged him afterwards, A year has
passed and he has not been given a final
Iriul, but I think his coso will bo called
very soon now. Do I think he will bo
convicted? Certainly, thocvidenco Is con
clusive. I am of thenplnlon we will have
no trouble in making the festive body
snatcher pay the penalty.
Austin Holcomb It Is strango how ono
who has worked all along tho hard and
thankless road of a nonspaper man's life
and then gets a moro lucrative position
wishes to return to newspaper work. I
never pass n newspaper office or meet one
of the gang that Iilo not wish I was back
in harness again, and I guess I will be.
This humdrum llfo of a slave for Undo
Sam In ono of the Departments won't do
for a newspaper man.
Mr. Thomas Hodgson I was called
home last week from a visit to tho South
by a telegram annouiiclngthoscrlouscon
dltion of my brother, Lieutenant Hodg
son, and also that my little boy had frac
tured his arm. I anticipated a pleasant
Chrlbtmas with the "old folks at home,"
but it was broken Into. I fear my brother
will not recover. He has been transferred
to duty at Pcnsucola.
FOOTBALL AT CAPITOL PAUK.
Two Gnniea Played Yesterday In tho
Presence, of Irga Crotrda.
Capitol Park yesterday was the sceno
of two very fine games of football which
furnished a largo amount of Christmas
lun to a large number of people. In the
irrrning, at 11 o'clock, the Columbia
Athletic Club team tackled the AH-Washington
team, resulting In a victory for tho
lntter in a score of 0 to 4. Tho playing
was remarkably lino and tlio men wero
frequently cheered by tho cnthmlostlc
The following wero the teams:
II-MllNaTUS. 1'OKITION. c. K.O
King, 8. IV. A. C.) Hlght End Barnard
Wlrt.W.tC. A.C.) ...Hluht Tacklo Well
Dlclertnn, C.U.C.)..,lllght (luard I.ewla
O'Donnell, (Uco't'n) Centre Wado
1'lcUtt, ((.'. A.C.) I.elt (luard Hnnler
VVeartr, (Wruh'n) Lett Tacklo Byrne
liven. (Kendall) I.ettKml Wirt, J.
1 oner, (Lehigh) Half Hack Harbun
Ordway (Lehigh) Half Hark Vearey
Fleming, (:cuVn)....rull Hack., llutterwortli
In the afternoon tlio Athletics of Capitol
Hill and tho High School played an admir
able gome, though, of course, not as sclcn
tli'.cucnons their professional brethren m
Tho teams lined up as follows:
mot! tcnooL. rosinos. athletic.
Hooker lllirkt cud. Medford
Johnson Ilhnit tackle llaunln. E
1 hompenu Illirht guard ltlcliinond
Houchln ( eulic West
Cock roll Lett K'lnrd Srhcll
Uoothinan Lett tacklo Maupln, It,
(Iregg Left end ettoa
Clerk (Juartcr twek.. Walker (cnpl )
Mcl.'olerta Halt back .Ilrock
bwau Halt back lineman
t-mort (.capt.) Full back ShtcUi
Mr. It. W. Leo of thoColumbla Athletic
Club, acted as tefereu and Mr. Welsh um
pire, llio game was an interesting and
spirited one and resulted in a score of 10
to 1 In favor of tho High School.
UxcuralotiH to Iloatun.
Vntll further notice tlio 11. & O. 11. II.
Co. w ill sell round trip tickets from Wash
ington to lioaton and return via the
Puughltccpsio llridge route, nt ruto of
i'LX),. Tickets good for ten days.
lllaheiia CorpttM Case Postponed.
Tl.o haleat corpit case of George M.
Storrs was called In tho Circuit Court this
morning before Justice Montgomery. Tho
attorney for Storrs, Xfr. Cook, was not
prepared for tho hearing, and at his re
quest It was postponed until Monday
next at 12 o'clock. Mr. Cook also stated
that ball In the sum of (300 would bo
furnMied for Storrs' appearance on that
date. Mr. Storrs was arrested, as stated in
Wednesday's Clinic, on a bailpleco Is
sued by Franklin Wunds, his surety In a
libel two lu Wc&t Chester County, Now
Tlio 'Wiialiliictoii I.imn nml Truat Com
pany, A picture of tho magnificent new granite
building of this Company, at tho corner of
Ninth and F streets northwest, Is on ex-
muiiion at tlio olllce or uurlcy Stevens,
isari F street northwest. Stockholders
and tho public generally are Invited to
eui i ami see H.
A Clirlatmim IWo Cutting.
On Christmas eve Samuel Lewi, a
colored man, was stabbed in the side by
another colored man whoso namo he says
is Iteubcn. Lewis was standing on the
corner of L nnd Sixteenth streets, talking
with a man who wanted to borrow M
w hen Iteubcn rushed up and stuck a knlfo
in his side. Lewis was taken to his homo,
No. 52 Iicrco street nnd attended by u
physician. His wound while quite serious
is hoc considered iiitai.
Of Puro Cod
Liver Oil and
of Lime and
la ondnraol and proscribe"! by lomllnc
phyilclunj becuuso both the J.iirr (HI
ulut Ililiiuiihoi)ittei uro tho rooognlzo I
uifonts lu tlio euro ot Cc;ijm)ii;iIIoii. It U
as pulatablo as mil.
Scott's Emulsion &,.
t a leowrerm flesh I'rwUteer
Jl It Iha
Jitit JUuily tor CONSUMPTION,
Scrofula, CrouchltU, Wasting' DIs-C.-13C3,
Chronic Coucfhs nnd Cold,
Ask for Bco'.i's Cinulslon ond take no other.
TUM ONLY CCHB KOU
A li$ttti tureVtti.
r mimey rvfuuiUit,
AtalJHiiou uiU Drutf&tuTtst
or malltM on retell crprWt.
OJIA3, S. 11KS9, riilUla
AN F.NTEUP111SIN0 CAIII1Y.
I.iilm Ciilnliuii Derive n Vino Incunio
from Ilia llroken Cnb Windows.
'row M A7h 1'orL Sun.
McfJovern, tho cnb-drlvcr, who picked
up so many fares by putting a Btuffcd
pickpocket In his cab as a halt, has found
a rival In Luke Calahan, who Is gcttinj to
be ono of the wealthiest hack-drivers In
the city. Calahan had n faro the other
night, who had taken moro to drink than
was absolutely necessary, and who put
the heel of his boot through ono of tho
cab's window panes. Calahan wanted to
charge him V for It, but tho faro was not
so drunk as all that, ond compromised on
f2.ro. Calahan let it go at thut, and espe
cially its his Ingenious mind saw a chance
for future earnings In tho samo direction.
Ho hunted up a glazier on lllecckcr street
did contracted with him to put In his cab
windows for him, whenever they broke,
for fifty cents. As tho window panes
only cost tho glazier eight conts, ho could
aflunl to do this several times a dar.
Then Calahan had tho gloss so placed In
the window frame that by removing a
wedge ho cutild leavo It bo insecurely bal
anced that tho slightest jar to tho door
would break it Into pieces. Tlio rest of tho
scheme was very easy. Calahan would
oi en the door for his passenger to alight.
When tho fare got out, nine times out of
ten, ho would slam the door behind him,
and as the glass was Insecurely fastened it
w ould fall out and break Into pieces, where
upon Callahan would jump down oft tho
box and ask to bo remunerated.
He would protest that the cab was not
his, and that ho would bo mado to pay
for what bis faro had done, and It always
took ?1 over ond nbovo the faro to Booth
him. In rainy weather ho made moro
than this because he would havo to loso u
certain amount of money and tlmo whllo
the cab was at the repair shop. Tho cab
Is still at largo and If you should chanco to
get Into ono with winuow-puncs that rat
tle suspiciously, don't bang tho door after
you when you ullght, hut leavo It swing-
Its 'Wonderful Kffert on tlm T.Ivor,
btomticli, llowcls, Kidneys nud lllood.
Dr. Mozley's Lemon Kllxlr Is a pleasant
lemon drink that positively cures all Bil
iousness, Constipation, Indigestion, all
Sick and Nervous Headaches, Kidney Dis
ease, Dirzincss, Loss of Appetite, Fevers,
Chills, Palpitation of Heart, and all other
diseases caused by disordered liver,
stomach and kidneys, the first great causo
of all fatal diseases. 60 cts. and 1 1 per
bottle. Sold by druggists. Prepared only
by II. Mozlcy, M. P., Atlanta, (Ja.
For coughs and colds, take Lemon Hot
For soro throat and Ilronchltls, take
Lemon Hot Drojis.
For pneumonia and Laryngitis, tako
Lemon Ilot Drops.
For consumption and Catarrh, tako
Lemon Hot Drops.
For Hemorrhage and all throat and
lung diseases, tako Lemon Hot Drops.
An elegant ond reliable preparation.
25 cents, at druggists. Prepared only by
Dr. II. Mizley, Atlanta, Ga.
Ouldn'a Slinrp Tongue.
Ouida, with her eccentricities of dress
and speech, has a spicy temper. For years
it has been Mile, de la Itameo's habit to
visit Trouville and disport herself In tho
serf. Sho docs not mingle with tho
throng, rarely recognizes an acquaintance,
and accompanied by her maid, swims,
floats, and dives with the grace of an ac
complished swimmer. Sho always enters
the water with her magnificent fleece of
gold-colored hair unbound, her white
neck and arms exposed, and wear
ing a conspicuous bathing drejs.
Now, It chanced ono day that a
frouji of Parisian dudes were sunning
hemfclvcs on the sands as tho author of
"Strathmoro" camo by. Thcro had been
some previous talk of tho lady and her
Imnlra .l.n.i in Muiuiiisa tt n ..linllannA
oneof the glided youths approached, lifted
his hut, and wished Mademoiselle "lion
Jour." Without the slightest chango of
expression Ouida turned to her maid and,
handing the Bilk girdlo of her bathing
gown, said In French: "Flflno, take this
as n halter and lead that escaped ass back
to his stable." Tho famous novelist en
joj ed her baths unmolested after this.
Kxcuralon to Now York.
The Baltimore and Ohio Itallroad Com
pany will sell excurhion tickets to Now
York at ruto of S0.03 for all Koyal Blue
Lino trains December 2 to January 1, in
clusive. Tickets valid, returning, until
January 5, inclusive.
Murrlage Not a Failure
From the A'tio York &un.
Tho number of weddings nmong New
York people of wealth and fashion has
been unusually large during tho last two
months, and the list will bo lengthened
greatly before Lent comes In and nftcr
Faster arrives. Nearly all of tho young
and beautiful girls of the society of recent
years have already assumed the bonds of
matrimony, or aro under engagement to
do so at un early day; and u now supply
of rosebuds Is now coming out to lake
their places and follow their example In
entering Into speedy wedlock.
It appears, therefore, that tho popularity
of marriage Is not declining, even in the
circles of society where, according to fre
quent assumption, luxurious selfishness,
on tho part of men moro especially, tends
to tho discouragement of tho custom.
With the exception of a few, proportion
ately less than in past years, the mar
riages have been among young jieoplo, tho
brides and grooms being not fur apart In
age, ond both In their curly youth.
Our Gl-nroai: Dasr
OPEN UNTIL 10 TO-NIGHT.
Groat Bargains Through tho
Fino Hemstitched Initial
All Linen, tor Ladtca,
Twolfth ana V Btroe-tu.
Kaufman & Sickle.
Rcgletoroel Triulo Mark,
Pure Rye Whisky
THE POSITIVE CURE.
Only One Week Longer
New York Clothing House,
311 SEVENTH STREET N. W.
We have received Instructions from the consignees to dispose ot the remaining
atock regardleas ot Talue. , ....
In order to convert the tame Into eaauwe have reduced cTerygtraientli tbs
houae to onc-tialt regular price.
See What You Oan Buy at the Consignment Sale:
All 110 and $13 Enlta reduced to f 3.
livery 15, f SO ind (23 Suit reduced to (10.
Each (25, (30 and (33 Suit reduced to (15.
All (10 and (12 Overcoata reduced to (3.
Every (IS, (20 and (25 Overcoat reduced to (10.
Each (30 and (33 Overcoat reduced to (15.
All (3, (4 and (0 rants reduced to (2.S0.
Every (9, (9 and (10 Pants reduced to (3.
Boja' and Children's Suits and Overcoata at leu
OoxL3igrLin . exL-t Sale.
NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE,
311 Soventh Stroot NorthwoBt, "Whlto Building;.
Open during; December till O p. m. Saturdays, 11 p. m.
For Heating Bath Rooms, Bed Rooms,
Halls, Libraries, &c.
ALSO STOVES TOIt
TINNERS, &c, &c.
THE MOMENTUM ENGINE,
MANUFACTURED BY THE
American Energizer Manufacturing Go.
1416 F STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. O.
Works at Benningrs, D. O.
Tho Samo Horso-Power for Ono-Tonth of tho Goal.
. Estimates furnished for this Engine ox Momentum EnerKizer whereby
In horse-r ower for the steam ovoporated.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
CHOICE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
Examine tho Pine, Soleoted Stook of Ladles' and
Genta' Fookotbooka, Bill Books, Card Oases, Purses,
Shaving and Toilet OaseB, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Muslo
Rolls andaWritlna Tablets.
The Liargest Line of Ladles' and Genta' FurnlBhod
and Unfurnished Satchels and Valises.
Also a Largo Lino of Trunks and Harness of the Vory
Best Quality of Goods.
Twenty Per Cent. Discount on Horse Blankets
and. Lap Covers.
WHIPS IN LARGE VARIETY.
425 Seventh Stroot, Noxt Odd-Follows' Hall.
THE TERRIBLE SLAUGHTER
Tho Groat Mauufaoturors' Sale
CORNER NINTH AND E STREETS,
EigMy-tliree TboiisaM Dollars' Worth
Will bo fcoli at Ono tj tarter Vatuo.
Mrn'i Overcoata, 2 73; regular price, ( 10.
Men's Orercoata, ?3.W; formerly 11.
Men's Overcoats, (I; formerly f 10.
Men's Wack Heal era, Chinchillas, Meltona
audKcriioja, f 10U,
Tho Finest Importeil Tallor-mado Ovofcolts
1 8.W and t'J.Ul, vturlli fir, anil 1 10.
Men'a lliislneta Snltn, (f3.!W.
Children's Sult4 and Ovorcoiti, 00 cents.
And Tlinuianil ot Other Ilariralna at Ta!
Tcrrllilo Hbu'-liler Malta-
factnrcr a Halo,
Corner Ninth and li ttreeta
Street North west.
Grand, Upright and Squaro
fclicclal Attention ot l'archasera Is in
vited to Our
"NEW ARTISTIO STYLES,"
Flnlalicd In Dcslgna of
'HIOHEST DECORATIVE ART,"
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Second-Hand Flanoa at All l'rlees,
Wm. Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Spaoo.
And you will ivlwnya havo beautiful
Urotvcl, Holla and Waaults.
Wholosale) Dopot, Oornor First Street
ana Indiana Avcmuo.
WM, M. GALT Sb OO.
WASH1H5T0N BUSINESS OIRtCTIM
AtiribTt .t 1'Aiyrjtii.i' svvi'Liish.
OEO. ItTNKAL. .In.. 4187th at. n. W.
WED A. SCHMIDT. MM Mil at
PHANOIS JIILI.KK, 80V7 Dtli at. n . W.
BHANAUAN. ltUILIA" A CO., 1811 Ta. avo.
It. M. 11IIOWN. IS',3 7th at.
O. O. KIIK1T.KS. 110(11 Itll ft. n.W.
JAMBM M. UODOK3 & BON. 1318 Ttt ave.
.TAB. O. HILL, Corcoran Building.
AA'TJU VV rVllNITVJlE.
A. 8. ZlMMKllMAN.410fltht.
T)UNCA-EON BItOS.. cor. Oth and D rts.
EDWAT11) S. SCHMIDT, 317 12th it. n. W.
b. HAItTDItncaT, 1133 7th at. "
ii vii.n mis' BVPVhiKs.
JAP. 11. McOILL, 003-14 Q at n w.
PAI1ST BEEWINO CO . 701-5 North O t.
ANNIir.USBH-DOHCII DUEW. ASa'N, Del.
and Va. nvn.
JULIUS UISBNIlEIS8.Bth ond Lats.s.e.,W.D.
H. 0. 1'AI.MBIt. (115-31 D at. a. W.
THE NATIONAL I1HKWINO CO .SIBCth n.W.
IlAltTMOI.OMAY UIIUW CO, 808 11th at n w.
WASll'N.llItEWEKY CO., Telcpnono 123,1.
II. H. KHtKWOOD. 1423 0 at, n. W.
IlDMI'llIIKYN. 415 18th at. n. W.
CAUL ItEUItlCII, 417 13th at. n. W.
EOU IIOl.TZMAN, 1413 N. Y. OVO.
J. II lll'FREI.L. 1113 Eat n.W.
LEW NEWMKYElt, Oth and 1'a. avo.
(), W. DIlIVEIt. (X)5 Fa. avo.
D. IIAOEUTY, 1203 Pa. ave.
J. n. KEI1INOBH 101318th at. n.w.
JOHN STICINI.E, EOO K. Cap. St.
SClINEIDBn, 413 1 at. n. w.
B. O. PAT.MEF. 1224 80th Bt. nw.
THE AKLINOTON EOT. CO., 27th andKn.w.
IIUTTIUI, V1IKESK AXU EOOH.
JAS. F. OYSTER, Pa. avo. and Sth at.
A. LOEFFLER. 040-42 Centre Market.
TIIOB. T.KEANE 49 to 61 Centre Markot.
J. II. l)UHcnKH,S39 to 541 Centre Markot.
EDW. IiROOKE, C31-S3 Contro Market.
OITO O. RUFPEUT, 01-93 Centre Market.
A. J. ItlLBY, tt.7-56 Centre Markot.
OEO. B. ATWATEn A CO . 14241420 Pa, avo.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO. 715 13th at n W.
1WOT8, SHOES AND RUDDERS.
J. H.MORAN.414 0thflt.
A. L. IIA.LETON, 423 7th St.
M. hTRICRLAND, 039 Pa. ave.
OEO. W. ItlCIl, 717 Market Spaee.
HOWELL A MURRAY, COO 7tb Bt.n.W.
JOHN C. II.LBH, jr.. 018 7th St. n. W.
L. HBILDRUNS,402 7th Bt.n. W.
J. ROOL, One Prleo f-lioe IIoute.729 7th Bt.
NATIONAL HOTEL SUOE STORE, 429 Pa.aV.
ii. vv alivkk iuuuun, vrii v&. avo.
JOS. A. KRPETTI, 317 Pa. ave. B. 0.
M. GREEN1JAUM.3131 M St.
II. RICH A SON, 1322-4 7th nw,
J. J. OEOROES A SON, 1115 Pa ave.
RIOG8 A CO., Pa. avo and ltth St.
LEWIS JOHNSON A CO., ICth and Pa. are.
COHf-ON A MACARTNEY, 1419 F St.
DATEMAN A CO.. 1411 F at. n. w.
W.V, MAYSE A CO., 510 Mil St.
WOODS A CO.. 1100 F at. n . W.
LEWIS O. TEWKSDURY A CO., 1833 F.
CENTRAL NAT. BANK. 7th st, nnd Pa. aro.
SECOND NATIONAL, 509 7th et. n.w.
COI UMBIA NATIONAL. 011 F Bt. n. w.
NAT. RANK BEPUI1LIO. 7th and D sta.
FARMERS' A MECn.'8NAT.,cor.Mand31at.
HOOKSET.LMltS AND STATIONERS
W. II. LOtTDERMILK A CO.. 1424 20 F.
WW. MALLANTYNK A SONS, 428 7tbst.
A. K. WILLIAMS. 521-UI7th St. n. w.
W. II. MORRIFON.133I Fl1: .
CHAPMAN A TAYlfllt, 015 Pa. ave. nw.
EASTON A RUFF, 421 11th Bt nw.
LITTLEiaELD A ALVORD, 20th and D sts,
EMPIRE STEAM 631-5 Mass avo.
F. II. YOUNGS, 140J Pa ave n w.
CANOPIES AND A WNINUS,
M. O. COPELAND. 409 lltlt st nw.
a ASir REGISTERS,
NAT'L CASn REGISTER CO, 10th AEsUnw.
CARPENTERS AND DUILDERS,
ALEX. MILLER. 1215 Ohio avo.
DARBY A DAVIS. 1828 15th at n W.
C. A . LANGLEY, 310 12th st n w.
GAL. WINES AND RRANDIES,
TO KALON WINE CO., 011 11th St.
M. O. WHELAN, 1003 F Bt.
F. FREUND, 702 Olh st. n. w.
II. .1. WEYMAR, 1631 14th st
ALEX. FORT1N, 1028 llth st n w.
LOUIS GHAP1NH, 1744 L st n w.
GRAY A BRO., 1702 L st n w.
MAISON RETTI. 1103-12 Conn ave.
VICTOR E.ADLER. 027-20 7th nw.oor.MaBS.av.
M. KAUFMAN, corner 8th and I sts. so.
I. HAMBURGER A SONH. 021 Pa ave.
N . Y. ONE-PRICE CLOTHING, 311 7th St. n. W.
GOLDEN KAG1 B CO., 211 Pa. ave. s. o.
W. NOHDLINGER.3107 V at. n. W.
B. RICH A SON, 1822-4 7th PW.
ANDREW J. JOYCE'S EONS. Warerooms.
102S no Conn, avo.; Faotory, 412-10 14th nw.
W. F. GBYER,409 Pa. ave. Also bamesa.
TlOiii-K AND CARRIAGE BAZAR, 033-42 La.
McDERMOTT A BRO., 310 Pa. ave. n. w.
8, J. MBEKH, No 021 G at n w.
WILLIAM WALTER'S SON, 14th and CaUnw
COOK A JABOK, 3J03-9 M at.
A. 11. GREGORY, N Y avo and Oth st.
CONEEC TIOXERS AND CAFES,
J. FU88ELL. 1425 N. Y. avo,
HIMiE A IIUDD. 610 Oth st,
CUAS. F. FLEISCHM ANN, 1410 Po. avo.
TEMrLK nOTEL. Oth at., op. U. S. Pat. Offlco.
THK NKWRNOLANI)OAFB,618 0thst.
KLKB' DINING ROOMS, 030 l'e. aye.
C Oti FEC TIONERS.
M. DRILL. 417 0th at. Wholoialo.
R U.K. DMlHHINOjBiuithst. Wholesale.
FIKLHINO A CO., 457 I'a. avo.
SHKI'I Z A CO.. err. 10th and F sts. n. w.
RRESNAHAN A CO., 4107th at. n.w. -
Y. N h WTON. 1739 41 Fa. avo. n. w.
EMMKRTS. 41(1 7th at. n w.
A. GUTBKUNST, 1331 14th at. n. w.
JACODS PROS.. 1529 Ta avo.
HBNRY F. Hen. 8 12th nw.
JonN n. SMOOT. 314 1 M et.
W. M . SHUriTKR A SONS, 019 Pa. nvo.
LANSRUROII A URO., 4J0 to 4 JU 7th at. n, w.
H RATON VKItUY. Fa. avo. and Oth at.
THUS. J. LUTrnULL. 19W Pa. avo.
JOHNSON A LHTTRKLL. 713 Markot Spaco.
T. REINH ARDT. 010 7th at. n. W.
S J. FIS11EL. KM) Fa. avo.
OEO. F. M A RBIN. 310 Pa. ave. a. e.
S. J. IIURCH & CO.. 15087th at nw.
STERN'S DRY CO DS HOUSE, 001-fl 7th n. W.
W. D. CLARK A CO., Oil Markot Spaeo.
OEO. COMI1S, 1013 14th at. n. w.
CltAIO A J ACItMlN, SHO M al , n. W.
8. F. SMITH. 3180 Mat n.w.
HERMAN'S JSMI'OHItlM, 3J3-7 4 at g W.
M KOIINER A 1JHO, 118J 7th at n vv.
JRANK P. WELLKH, 731 8th at.
Z, 1). (HLLMAN. 027 Fa avo.
T. E. OORAM, 1811 I'a. avo.
SAMUEL T. BTOTT. National Hotel Dnlldlng
HOMEOFATIIIO IMIAUM.VJV. 1007 II at.
GEO. A. HKNTLEY, lien and Corcoran ata.
O. M. KOTIIOIIN, a o. oor. 341 and O ata. n. w.
ItEMSRHIIG A ELLIOTT, 1004 14th at. n. W.
V.1. HRAi K, 80th and Mata. n, w.
OCIIIUST1ANI.4SI I'a avo.
OOOHIMMR cor NY avo and ltth at.
JOHN It M AJuIt, 800 7th at n W.
D YERS AND NO OUR ERS.
J. J. FIRIimt A CO. BM P ft n w.
IIRK1GH' N.Y. STEAM DYE IIOUSU,7090tbat,
ANTON FISCHER. 000 Gat. I
J.I1IIIKNKH, 111 lltnw. ICnabllibei 1831,
It. A. REEVES, 814 It at. nw.
ANTON LURCH. lVOS N Y avo.
MMK TAULEI.II. 013 14tll a.t n VV.
ESdlt.l t'EttSA LlTllOUKAl'lllittS,
3. L, KIERHARD, 1013 Pa uvo.
OEO. HAAS, Jr. UX) I'a avo.
A. II. GRAHAM, 18M Pa ave n W.
ELECTRIC LIGHT CONl'ltACTOItS
ROTOR A MARKAN. 1408 Pa, ave.
J. II.KUKHLING.lAWra avo.
J.U.DUUKF.l'ACO. IWJN.Y avd,
WASIl'N COMHTRUOTION CO, KFt.
ETCHINGS, EXUlfAriNOS) IUV.
MoBLROY'S ART STORK, 1003 Pa. avo.
W. H. VBBRIIOFF, LN1 I'a. avo, and 41) and
- 4107th it. n.w.
WASHINGTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY
HONBEI1 FLOUB MIU3. A. D. cnOPtBT,
W. 8. FIsnEtt, Ua Pa ave n w.
J. n. SMALL, Itth and Q ata, n. w.
N. bTUDElt. "30 r at, n. w.
A.OUDE ft IlltO., 1112 F 8t n W.
A. fJAHDKIl, 1108 Conn avo n w.
(!. HTItAttBS A CO . 4M H Centra Market.
TI1KODOHH DBlDltlCK, 1217 F at.
SIJtE XXHVJIANOJ1 aoiuvANir.s.
FltlKMEN'S IKS. CO., 7th at. and La. are.
COLUMIUA Finn INS. CO., 11 iO Fat. n. W.
COltCOltAN FIHE 1N8. COy 001 11th Bt. n. W.
NAT. UNION FIRE 1NH. CO.. MS I, avo.
LINCOLN FI11K INM. CO.. 409 Oth St.
POTOMAC 1N8. CO., 1110 ail at n w.
PBOPLE'8 FIRE IN8UKANCE CO. of D.'.C,
803 1'a ovo e.
l'zovit, jrj;im axv hay.
McroWEI.L A SONS, N. Cap. and MaM avo.
WASn'N FLOUR A FRED COJth at& Vaavo.
THOMAS W McKNE1V,1113 0tnTV.
n, P. COCnRAN, 1317 14th Bt n w.
TISI1, OTHTVttS AXO VOVZT11X.
It. A. QOLDEN, 332 0 Contro Market.
E N GRAY A CO, Mo avo, bet M A 41 sta.
POTOMAC IRON WORKS, 8103 Water at QW.
WM. II. DOUGLAS, 1313 D Bt n W.
WtJItDEMAN A CO.. 010 12th at. Tol., 07-2.
THOS. I). HINOLETON. 415 7th Bt.
W. n. HORKK. 801 Markot Spaco.
W. II. HOIKIHTON A CO., 1218 Fat.
H. O. TOWLE8, 1007 Pa. avo.
1IUOO WORCII A CO., 024 7th at.
II. IIURK II IIDT A HON. 1013-15 7th Bt.
1IACIISCMID A MYERS. 1(07 7th Bt.
noUSE A IIERRMAN. 917-23 7th Bt.n.W.
ROUSE A CI I., 1023 7th n. W.
fi. K. IIROWN A SON, eor. 20th and Pa. ave
II. J. LAUN.T, 1827 14th St. n. W.
SCHULTZ, Oaa Fliturca, 1315 F St. n. w.
8.8. snRDDABRO.432 0thn.W. Flamblng.
O. A. MUDDIMAN. 014 12th St. n. w.
X. V. RKOOKS. 531 13th n W.
OROC Ella WHOLESALE,
J. C. EliOOOn A CO., 015 La. ave.
J. I.. BARBOUR A 80N, 014-10 Pa. avo.
HILL A CO . (12a I -a. avo
OEO OFPCTT. S2C91IMstnw.
RICHARD A CO. C28 Pa ave nw.
JACKSON A CO.. 020 Pa ave.
J. p. BKDMAN. 9th and La. ave.
N. W. BUKCHELL, 1825 F Bt. n. W.
J. K. CLE A It Y. 525 1Kb Bt. n. W.
ELF1IONSO YOUNGS CO . No. 423 9th St. n.w.
jiumk s nn, but Marcel ppaoe.
K. MAURICE CIIOPLKY. Slat and M ats.
W. It. BROWN, SCtb Bt. and Pa. avo.
A. O. WRIGBT, 103J14tb St. n. w.
JKO P. LORE, 1634 14th St. n. w.
II. W. OFFUTT A CO., I2d and N ats.n. w.
n. II. ELLIOTT. 1320 14th Bt. W.
A. nEITMULLER, 1333 14th Bt.n. W.
THOS ENOWLRS, 1204 82d Bt n W.
H R WATERS. 1812 7th Bt n W.
F M WALKER. 022 La avo
J 11 BRYAN A BRO, 008 Pa ave.
GEO G KENNEDY A SONH. 1200 F st n W.
BROWNING A MIDDLKTON, 010 Pa avo
T n WALKED A CO, 94040 La aVO.
A GAEGLU A CO, 13(0 7th St.
Nil SHEA. 032 Pa avo.
W K A 111)01 T. 1721 Pa ave n w.
O.PESSAGNO A SONS. 8o8 0tb.it. Italian.
HUMAN HAIR DEALER,
J. ItOCRON, 912 14th St. n. w.
8. HELLER, 720 7th n.w.
WIT.LARD'S HOTEL, Pa ave and 14th st n w.
TUELAND'S HOTEL, Pa avo and 14th st.
NORMANDIB. 16th and Hsta.
ARLINGTON HOTEL, Vt. avo. and n at.
WELCKER'S 15thet7betN Y ave and Hsta.
ARM). 16th and Iatnw.
K1IIIITT lK.IIhB. 14th and F eta.
METROPOLITAN HOTBUPaavoandOth st,
WORMl.EY'S. 16th and II sts n. w.
CONGRESSIONAL UOTEU Capitol Hill.
NATIONAL HOTEL, Pa avo and Otb Bt.
ST. JAMES HOTEL, Pa ave and Oth at.
THE HAMILTON. 14th and K ft n w.
THE BELVEDERE. Pa avo and 3d Bt.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
MORGAN ROUSE, 82d at., above N.
OWEN noUSR Pa. avo.. near U.S. Treasury.
MT. VRRNON HOTEL, 485 Pa avo. n. w.
EMM1TT HOUSE, opposite B A O Depot.
COLUMBIA HOUSE. 1Mb and RatB
TANGS (MORGAN HOUSE), 3200 M st n w.
HARNESS AND HORSE OOODS,
I.DTZ A Dno . 407 Ta ave.
K. KNEESSI'SSO.V,433 7tb.
BARBER A TIOS, llth and O sis.
V. P. MAY A CO.. 631 Pa. ave.
CIIAS. T. CARTER A CO.. COO Ta. OVO.
JAS. II. LAMBIE. 1415 N. Y. ave.
W. WAONER. SC7J Pa. ave.
F. A. S( HNK1BEH. Fa avo and 18th at n W.
L. II, SCIINEIDRR'SSONS, 1003-10 Pa ave.
J. B. KENDALL, 018 Fa ave.
TRANSPARENT ICE CO.. 3327 Water St.
ORKAT FALLS ICE CO., 031 Pa. avo.
INDEPENDENT ICE CO., Pa. av. and 12th st
nARR18 A SIIAFRR. 1113 To. avo.
MOORE A LEDING.lt09Pa.ave.
A. L. SALTZ8TEIN, Jr., 6C87th at.
W. S. TAPPAN, 004 Olh at.
W. DRI'NINO KR, OX) Pa. avo.
J. U. ALIIKR'S, 1403 14th at.
J. S. IILACKFOIID. 01M M Bt. n. W.
T. THOMPSON, 8143 M Bt n. w.
R. .T.McLEAN, 13th and Rata. n. w.
It. 1I.VILLLTT,S13 Oth at n w, A 15th AD
ats u w.
GEO. J. JOnNRTON, 1033 29th Bt.n.W.
MUDDIMAN. O. A., 014 12th at. n. w.
WEST END STEAM LADNDRY. Tel . 1019-2.
CHAMPION STEAM LAUNDRY, 1422 Pa ave.
hWlSh BTEAM LAUNDRY, 1322 F Bt. n. W.
YALE STEAM LAUNDRY. 622 10th at. n.w.
DEXTER blEAM LAUNDRY, 491 O St. n. W.
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS.
PALAIS ROYA1 , 12th at. and Pa ave.
DOUGLASS A PRO . 612 and 514 Oth at. n. w.
C. R. SHAFFER A CO., 103 Pa avo.
GEORGE L RERNER, fltt Mas ave.
THOS. HEAN Y. 4C0-02 Mata nvo.
H. T. MILLER, ISth and Pa. ave.
O P RURDETTE, 4377th St.
MANICURE AND CHIROPODIST,
MMK. PAYN, 701 16th at. n w.
KBNIcON A bONS, 418-18 12th et. n.w.
KDW. COnRETT, 41 Pa. avo.
MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS.
SHEPHERD A HURLEY, 201 12th at.
K N GRAY A GO, Mo uvo, bet Sd A 4J sts.
PHILADELPHIA, W. II. Coleman A Co.,
Conn ave and 1C at.
CANNON A CHANDLER, "notne," llth
Orel I ata.
"FARHAGUT," J. O. FoarnonA Son, 1010 Kat
"CIIICLF." 8. II. OWYNNE, Vt avo and Lat.
KIIKI) (11IKIJN, lD-.'S !'u. avo., "BrlKhton."
II. I. MEADER. corner Otb and I ata. se.
J. II. CROWN. lR3214lh at. n. w.,"ExoolsIor,"
f OTTM1E M AIIKKT, 8W I4th at. n. w.
F. J. TIIIHKTS, 1W7 Conn avo . "Fataoe."
II. W. FISHER A SON, 32d ond N ata n W.
ARLINGTON, Armdell A Fairfax, 13th A L.
n.D.BARR, 1111 Pa. avo.
L. K. DKVKNDtiRF, 1110 I'a. ave.
W. II, Clt Ntfl ON. 1420 Fa. uvo.
J.A. 011t!K3HAUKIt.4.5 Othet.n.W.
II. KOPPEL, 1129 llth Bt. n. w.
nw EN, cor Uthst and N Y avo n w,
J. II. VVII.t-ON,W2.1Mst
r-NYDEH A WOOD, 423 llth at.
1IAHHAN A BENNETT, 1110 NYavonw.
MANTLES, TILES, FURNACES,
HAYWARD A HUTCHINSON, 421 Oth at,
J. C, HUTCHINSON, 0J7 Pa. avo.
itiMioN IiA.Alt, 7t5 Markot Space.
TUB HON MAKCIIB. 310 7th at. n.W.
Mill. P. BMRICII. 8110 M at. n. vv.
A. M. HNllUIi. 8134 M st.ll. W.
S. C011EN,6J3 llth etn w.
MILITARY AND SOCIETY GOODS.
S.N. MEYER, 022 7th at.
EDWARD WBSKR 12lh and K sta n W.
KINQSLOW bON, lO.'O 22 U at
FRANKLIN A CO., 1317 Pa. avo,
11.11. HEMl'Lltll, 4M I'a avo,
J, It. HitAMIIALL, 807 14th at. n. W.
Till! N011IH8 PETERS CO., 413 00 Pa avo.
JUDI) A DKTWEILUH, 423-2 llth at n W.
(JI1WON II1IOJ, 1A3.S I'a avo,
IIP WILK1NS. 5l2 10ihatnw.
J S TOMLINSON. 0(i8 F at n w.
It H ADAMS, eia ltth et n w.
U J MAllTlN,WIUBtnvT.
vti vmiii:hs s vvPT.ina,
K G BCIIAFF.lt A CO, 421 0 11th st n VV.
IIENKY McHtlANEACO 3131that.
T.BUMMEKV1LLE A 8ON3.310 2213th atnvf.
POLAND WAT Bit AOlllfOY,
JOHN KEYWOItTtl, Oth and I) ati.
TOE TIIO FOUR. 1127 31 Md ave.
NATIONAL 1'IE HAKBlty.gJ0nCjp.lt.
PIANOS, OHO ASS AND HUSIO.
EDW. F. DROOP, 023 Pa. ave.
JC.I1N F. ELLIS. 037 Pa. avo.
Ill'UO, WORCI! A CO,. 0U 7th at.
F. O, SMITH, 1223 fa. avo. n. w.
OEO. WtLLNER, 422 Mil ft.
VI. II. SPKLHOU8R,l02D7that.n. w.
A.M. TUBMAN, 1701 Pa. ave.
C. O. BTOTT A CO., 318 8th at.
E. MORRISON, K06-W7 list. n.w.
EAbTON A RUFF, 4H llth at nw.
W. II. SAUNDERS A CO , 1 107 F at . n. w.
MeLACItLIN A BATCIIELDRR, 10th A O n.w.
GUHLEY A 8TRVEN8. 13.15 Fst. n. W.
FRANCIS nUFTY. 1301 F at n. w.
SWORM8TEUT A HRaDLBY, 927 V Bt. n. W.
M A BALLINOBR, 1424 F st n w.
Mr. and Mrs. M1DDLETON 1123 Vor are.
WABUINQTON, corner 22d ana P ata.
WM. HELMUS. 414 7th Bt. n. w,
ROSS, 7tb Bt. above Fa. avo. n. w.
HENRY Al SCH WEES, 12th and F.
AMAN'S,810thBt. n. w
OSEORN A I10UAN, 7th and G ata.
IIARYEY-S. eorner Pa. nve. and 11th Bt. n.w.
PATRICK MOOhE. 004 Pa ave.
BAUTTKIt, 502 9th n. w.
SANDHtS. 933 D at
KARSCH'S, 1400 Penna nvo n w.
HENRY KABRNBR. 039 D St.
J F JOHNSON. 405 llth Bt n W.
K WAONRR. 210 9th at n w.
GEO. F. KOZEL, 1827 14th at.
JNO L BUKKAhT 10th and F ata nw.
FRITZ RRUTKH'S,4i at andPaaTO.
OOOBYEAR RUBBER CO., 309 9th St. n.W.
HOLMES A CO., 011 Oth at.
W F DOWNEY. 1022 28 h at
IIP McCAULLY, "Talljr-IIo." 910 and OlSOst.
PORTLAND STABLES. 011 andMJNYava.
J T PRICK A SON. 'National,'' 807-11 Ob st,
JAS O BOWBN, 628-29 N Y ave n w.
JOHN DUO AN, Market and Bridge sts n w.
SASH, DOORS, RLINVS, ETC.
L. D. STONE, SC3 14th St. n. W.
bEWINO 31 AC DINES,
WM. 6TIBBL1NG, 1751 Pa ave. Honsohold.
rOT. STONE CO., 8220 Water at.
WEAVER, RENGLA A CO., 8244 Water at.
STOVES, FURNACES AND RANGES.
B. F. GUY A CO.. 1003 P. vo.
W. O. DER HY, 60S 9th at. Alra plamblnf .
W. H. UARROVKIt, 313 7th at. nw.
. A. TAPPAN. 1013 Pa. ave.
J. U. BUBBLING, 1200 fa. ave.
SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANIES.
WASn. SAFE DEP. CO.. 010 Pa. ave.
NAT. SAFE DBP. CO., N. Y. avo. and 13th at.
Q. W. KNOX. 2d and B sta. nw.
S VR. INS1R UMENTS AND TR USSES
CU ARLE8 FI8IIER, 023 7th St. n. IV.
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES.
THE REMINOTON. cor Sth A F ats nw.
U. A. CLARK A CO, 038 F n w.
TEA AND COFFEE.
JOHNSTON BRO'S A CO. 007-15 N Y avo.
RICHARD A CO, 028 Pa ave.
TOYS AND FANCY GOODS.
CnR. RUPrERT, 4C3 5 7th st nw.
UNDER TA KEIIS
JOnNR. WRIGHT. 1337 lOthatnw.
JOS. GAWLBIl, 1731 Pa uvo. Telephono, 131
It. F. HARVl'Y.028Pa avo.
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O. F. SISOURNEY, 1410 I4tb n w.
OFO. W. WISF, 2100 M at.
JOHN M. MITCHELL, 7 llth n w.
JAMES T. CLEMENTS, 1237 S.'d at
E. M. BOTELER. 733 8th at.
J. F. BIRCH. 3031 M at. Telephone, 037-11.
JAS. II. WIN8LOW, 1200 Rat nw.
R W BAH K Kit. (112 llth at n w.
W 8 SIGOl ItNKY. 1528 14th st n w.
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TnR FAIR. a. o. cor. 7th and lli'i n. w.
BOSTON VAHIBTY STOKE, 705-0 Pa. ave.
VEGETARLES AND FRUITS,
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M. F. MonAN, 8011 M at. n. vv,
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JNO. SCHORR. 1031 Oth etn w.
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