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J. MONDAY KYJ5NING, JA"NTJA1
EVE It Y EVENING.
WASHINGTON CRITIC COMPANY
IIALLET niLIIOUIlX, President.
OFFICE: No. 943 D Street Northwest,
WASHINGTON, I). O.
Slnclo Conr '-! Cants
HyCnrrlcr.i 05 Ccnti
Hy Mall, postage, paid, ono year $."1,110
J)y Mall, postBgo paid, six mouths U.00
Mall subscriptions Invariably In advance.
THE WASHINGTON OHITIO,
Washington, P. O.
WASHINGTON, JANUARY 7, 1881).
Alnusomonts Tor To-dny.
Auuoan's Tho Lady, or the Tiger? 8 p. m.
nAnms' llormlnle. 8 p. rn.
National Puff Opera Company.
Keiimah's Nelson's World Company.
PANonAMA Hattlo ot Sldloli.
WiLLAnD's IlAMz-Carpontcr's Hypnotism.
A 1VOKD AltOUT OUKSKT.F.
The Cnmo reappears this nflornoon,
nftcr a somewhat unpleasant cxpcrlcnco
during tho past fow months, for several
weeks of which thno It was issued ns tho
evening edition of tho morning Post.
Tho reasons thcrofor in, brief nro 03 fol
In Juno last n, gentleman prominent in
newspaper associations mado a proposi
tion to purchase a controlling interest It)
tho nowspapcr properties of tho morning
Post and Evening Ciutio, said papers to
bo combined and placed undor his gon
cral management and to bo issued as
morning and evening editions. Tho
prico was satisfactory to us, with tho
additional inducement nssurcd that in
creased news and business facilities
would bo secured to tho new ontcrpriso
which would ndd much valuo to tho cap
ital stock of tho combination.
Tho arrangement was entorcd into by
us in good faith, relying upon tho rep
utation and stated ability of tho proposed
purchaser to carry out his contract.
After merging Tun Critic's interests
with tho affairs of tho Pott nnd conduct
ing tho combined business of the two
papers in tho olllco of tho latter for sev
eral weeks, tho proposed purchaser in
chargo failed to materialize; failed to
muko his cash payments and perfect tho
organization, and consequently ho was
This left The dime's affairs in a dis
ordered condition, mixed up as they woro
with the current business of the Post.
Then numerous other parties and syn
dicates entered into negotiations for tho
purchaso alr'ffio Post and CitiTio combi
'' nation n&d also fnrJljgcr separate inter-
stanccs tnHHL wcro nearly
successful, but tnlBctl to mato
rializo until a purchiisuHtiio morning
Pott was completed by Jimra. Ilatton
aud "Wilkins ou Saturday 1, thus af
fording tho opportunity for 'X he Cmxio
to separato its interests and re-establish
utsolf, independent of all entangling al
liances. Tub CniTioIsnow again carrying on
business for itself, frco of nil com ui na
tions. It has resumed its former well
known individuality and will bo issued
soon in an enlarged form, with a now
dress and largely increased press facil
ities. Wo wish it to bo distinctly understood
hereafter that any ropresontatlvo of a
syndlcato of alleged millionaires, or any
body else, who desires to ncgotinto for
the purchase of This "Washington Cmtio
and its franchises, must havo thoir lot
Jors of introduction to ns accompanied
by certified checks for numerous thou
sands of dollars boforo wo will entertain
nny proposition of sale. Wo havo had
enough experience with purchasers with
out cash In tho past few months to last us
a llfo tirao. Tnn Critic owl cannot bo
fooled nny more by attempting to put
salt on its tail.
The nowsboys nro our only accredited
agents on tho streets, and they will sell
The Ciutio every day for 2 cents a copy.
Now is tho time to subscribe.
According to tho Now York Herald
somobody has said that Mr. Harrison has
Bald, "I would rather lmvo tho Dovil in
my Cabinet than havo 3Ir. Blaino in It."
Hut this is not true, for everybody knows
Mr. Harrison does not use naughty
The Washington Ckitio is resur
rected and has ontored upon eternal llfo.
Now Is tho tlpao to subscribe.
Wn are promised Mr. Murchison as
ono of tho Inauguration festivities.
Tiiet do say Mr. Harrison will bounce
all tho Democrats in ofllce. But ho
cawn't do It. you know.
1 ' 1
Tjm New York pimple wcro a long
limo Uncling out tho difference between
raw sugar and a raw swindle
Yjmtebday was a beautiful, spring
liko day, but Mr. Blaino did not go fish
ing, although ho walked out to Rock
Creok with Mr. Phelps,
Senator Quay's head may acho, but
he doesn't wiapa bandana 'round it.
Thomas Harrison, , tho boy preacher,
has not yet claimed kin with tho other
gentleman of that name now prominent
before tho public
Ocit esteemed morning contemporary,
tho Pott, was very cheerful and very In.
tcrcstlng this morning.
A Child' Iteusonliig.
From an Ejcchanot,
"Mamma, Is It true," quustloned Hobby,
fresh from Sabbath school, "that wo are only
"Yes, Robert," replied tho mothor, "wo ore
but worms ot tlio earth."
'Soy, than," lie coutluucd, with animation,
aa If wrestling with u new and uiomeutous dls
covery, "mayWj ain't that tho reason that tho
whale swallowed JouahV"
Boy don't put any moro
Salt on my tnlll
I'vo got a tariff on salt,
And called hi tlio tnlll
Maybe I ain't as pretty
As 1 was,
A (1. s. more,
And I'm using my experience
Wisely, ns an owl should.
I liavo couiu to stay,
And when my feathers
Grow out as;aln,
Andl cct thccclono
Out of my whiskers,
I'll bo a
Hird of Freedom
Second only to tlio
And when I llap my wings
It's thno for people to
Stand from under!
What's tho matter with mof
Oh, I'm Owl right!
Is Tjib Chitio for sale?
cents por copy.
Certainly, price 3
Sir. Tardy of Swampoodlo has a now boy at
his house and hu calls him a llttlo late.
In tho Post btilldlue:
Mr. Wilkins calling up through tho tubo
from tho business ofllce: Hello, Frank!
General Ilatton: Hello, llcrlalil
Mr. W.: Havo you got tin office cat up
General II.: Vcs.
Mr. W.: What do you call It?
Gciiornlll.: "Tho Solid South." Whjt
Mr. W.t l'vo got o'uo down here, too, and I
wanted a nauio for It.
Gonoral H.: Call It "Tho Bloody Shirt."
That'll equalize things.
This ono comes down from Georgetown:
Llttlo Margaret, a thrco-ycar-old, whllo
being Instructed by her mother In religious
matters, asked, with that boundless chljdtsb
faith In tho maternal ability to answer nny
"Mamma, who Is God?"
"Why, my child," repllod tho mother, "God
Is your Father In Heaven."
"Oh, no," said llttlo Miss Wisdom. "Ho
may ho my grandfather, but I know Ho's not
my father, becauso he's at hlsofllco."
OUR UBAUTinjI. WEATHER.
Ho for tho chest protectorl
llo for the syrup of squills!
Ho lor tbo quluino capsule
That's good for Cover and chills.
Hero's to tho dread pneumonia.
liionchitls, asthma and other tdls
Of tho plcuro, thorax and so forth
Iududlng tuhcrculo scales.
A cheer for malignant typhus,
For tho tissues wasted and gone;
For tho cough of tho quick consumptive,
Who vanishes with tho dawn.
Hooray for tho rhcumatisinl
For plcuralgla, neuralgia nnd all
Tho Ills of the nerves aud muscles,
Which twist us up In a hall.
Llkcwlio for tho serous membrane,
Veelod off by tho hands of decav:
For tho coflln that follows coughln', x
Hero's a wild and wdully Uurrnyl
Ho Expected 11 l'rficiisilnn.-j
From tht rhlladelnhla 'Jle'cord.
New York Sheriff (to condemned murdorcr)
Here Is a chair. Say your prayers and tako
a scat hi It. Tho electrician is ready.
Prlsouor Eh? Won't tliero ho no proces
sion no parado?
"No walkln' with firm step up tho gal
"No big crowd an' chance for mo to raako n
speech and dlo game?"
"No. You dlo right hero."
My! My I Oh. my I I-I wish I hadn't
Sirs. I'ottor's Cleoimtrn.
From tht Dayton Journal.
Now York papers uro describing "Cle
opatra's costumes" to bo woru by Mrs. Pot
ter, tho actress, In that city. According to
tbo historical plcturo of Cleopatra, when sho
was on dress parade on tho Nilo, her principal
costumo conslstod of crossing her legs nnd
listening to tho baud. In that brilliant 10I0
Mrs. Potter would bo attractlvo to tho parties
who occupy tho fiont seats In tho parquet.
Tho Cause ot Jlolny.
From tht Philadelphia 1! ecord.
Winks lleen kcoplng yoursolf mighty
scarce since tho election, Jinks. Guess you
remember you were to wheel mo flvo squares
If Clovcland lost?
Jinks N-o, 1 haven't forgotten It, but I
can't llnd u rope.
"Yes: I always do my wheeling on a tight
Oh! Well, never mind about tho bet. You
needn't pay. Hopes ate expensive."
He Iiitoiruptod Her,
Fiom tht Philadelphia Record,
Mrs. Muggins (roadlug from Voltalro)
Women teach us repose, civility and dignity
Mr. Muggins (under his bicath) Except
when they get mad.
Mrs. Mugglus (ovci hearing) Oh, you
bruto you mean, low down, pestiferous
brutol How daio you Interrupt my reading
by such vlloremarks ? Oh, you you whero's
that broomstick? Tako that, and that, you
old bald-headed parody on humanity.
From Klnderhook llowjh Xotes.
"You would bo sorry to loso your sister,
wouldn't jou, Johnnie?" asked, tho visitor,
suggestively, to tho llttlo boy who was enter
taining him In thodrawlng-ioom.
"Nopo," replied Johnulo, "I guess I
could stand It, Mr, Ilanklnson. Mawsajs
l'vo got to wear short pauts till after Ircno's
From tht A'orilitown Herald,
Thero were 10,012 patents Issuod ot Wash
ington last year, uud yot a womau still uses a
dolar-and-a-half pair of shears to pry open a
can of peaches. Genius scorns to bo misap
plied to a considerable extent.
From tht Dayton Journal,
It might not be amiss to say that Mrs. John
Sherman would bo as distinguished as tbo
chief lady of tho Cabinet us her husband
would bo as tho Premlur. All tho women
lovo aud all tho men admire her.
l.ot lii tlio Crush.
Uacon Last week I wroto nil artlclo on
tides of n shoot of paper; one-half of the
failed to appear lu tho journal.
'llns What becrmnof tho othor half?
H.icou I don't know It didn't appear
Bustard (tragically) 1 am rulnod ruined 1
I can't pay ten cents on tho dollar. (
Friendly Don't cut up so. dear follow.
Just think how much better oft you aro than
I jour credlton, ,S
rd Slates m
u arrested Wil
roprlctorof a b.
Iccliaii, In Scranton. FillllllVn,
or inanufneturlni? nnd likkkkkkkkTC8
slon counterfeit money. Fr "'
bo barber shop thero wFuuter
feller's outnt, Including Vs, dies,
smelters and tools, bcsldtV finished
aud unllulslicd silver plceiVus denom
iuutlons. Iti a coal bin ndHr tho barber
shop thero was found a catiK'k filled with
new dollais. Tho prlsnnVWvcra given a
hearing betoro United StoUT Commissioner
Penman, and thon committed J6r trial. They
aro believed to bo members of a gang that has
been operating for months.
A TntitiR Mini's Itomono nnd Suicide.
Thomas Heady, aged 20, who committed
sulcldo by taklngpolson nt tho Zylonlto Hotel,
In North Adams, Mass., was, last November,
refused mnrrlago by tho pastor of St, Francis'
Catholic Church, as It was not certain that n
former wlfo was dead. Heady afterward pro
duced alleged proof of tho death of his first
wife, and was married to Miss Mooto 011
Thanksgiving Day. Tho pair left North
Adams shortly after, when reports wcro circu
lated that Itcady's first wlfo was still llvlni:,
and tbnt tho proofs furnished to tho contrniy
weto forced. Mrs. Heady second camo back
somo tltno since. Ready returned on Satur
day, aud a warrant was issued for his arrest,
hearing of which caused him to take a largo
dose of poison beforo boarding n lirsc-c.ir for
Adams. Takon sick on tho car, ho stopped at
tho Zvlonllo Hotel and ordered a room.
Shortly aftorward ho was found In Intense
pain, death resulting that night. Previous to
this escapade deceased had borno on oxccllcut
reputation. It Is thoucht rcmorso drovo him
to tho deed.
Kdltnr MeWndo's llnrnlsm.
Tho handsomo rcsldoncc of Kobcrt MoWado,
city editor ot tho Philadelphia Ledger, was
destroyed by Uro at Wayno Station, near
Philadelphia, Saturday night. The city edl,
tor's loss Is about $10,000. on which there was
no insuranco Mr. .MoWado displayed great
heroism during tho firo. When luo llamos
wcro nt their height, somo ono shouted that
thero was n woman nt ono of the wludow'a ot
Mr. Tigho's, tho adjoining house. Mr. Mo
Wado rau up stairs, through flarao and smoko,
and found Mrs. Jones, with a babo In her
arms, standlug in tho center of n third-story
room. Ho told her to go down stairs, but sho
refused to go. Then ho tiled to persuade her,
but sho said sho would not move. She was
perfectly calm. Her mind had glvou away.
Mr. JlcWado seized hor by tho arm and
dragscd hcroutoftho room by foicc. Ho
managed, but with great difficulty, to get her
down tho stalls, and sho nnd tho babo wero
takon caro of. When this was douo, Mr. Mo
Wado heard screams In Mr. Tigho's houso.
Ho rau In asaln, and in a second-story room
found two llttlo children ljlng In bed with tho
flames darting all around them. Ho picked
them up, and with an infant tucked under
each arm, sprang down stairs, and barely
managed to reach tho door through tho clouds
of thick smoke.
Wnitlnc for fiullMnn.
Tho representatives of Kllraln arrived at
Toronto yesterday afternoon to make n match
with Sullivan. A dispatch from lioston said
ho would arrlvo this morning. Kllraln Is rep
resented by "Parson" Davlcs, his manager;
"Ned" Plummcr of New York, nnd Win. I!.
Harding of tho Police Gazette. Sullivan, it
is thought, will bo accompanied by Charlie
Johuson. "HUP' Walker and A. T. Lumlcv.
The only trouble In making tho match will bo
lu selecting n referee. Kllraln would havo
been present, but his professional engage
ments prevented. Ho spars in Albany nnd
Troy this week, after which ho will return to
"Illlffiilo Bill" After Damacel.
Buffalo Hill has sued Adam Forcpaugh for
$100,000 damages for trespass. In his com
plaint Colonel Cody nllcges that two years ago
ho entered Into a contract with Adam Foro
paugh for tho uso of Madison Squaso Garden,
In New York city, of which Forcpaugh was
then tho lessee. Cody rented tho gardon for
tho purposo of giving exhibitions of his show,
tho Wild West. After closing the exhibitions
there, ho alleges that Forcpaugh organized a
company and called it tho Wild West Com
pany, nnd visited tho cities and towns for
which tho Cody show was booked In advanco
ot him, and tho people, believing It to bo tho
Huffalo Bill Wild West, patronized it, to tho
detriment of tho Cody show, which, when it
pitched Its tents, found a big decrease, in pat
louiige, caused by tho adveut of thoFotcpaugh
Cody claims to havo lost barrels of money
through this, ana now seeks compensation In
tho sum of $100,00?.
John Forepatif, .? rd In rccaid to tho mat
ter: "I did not know that ho had ontcicd Butt,
but I Bimnoso It's true. Tho idea of Codv
trying to pro-empt tho words 'Wild West' is
very funny. Ho ought to tnka out a copyright
on tho nauio ot Pennsylvania. Wo did adver
tise our show as tho 'Wild West,' hut most of
tho tlmo It was known as tho 'Far West.' Tho
nnmo that Cody claims was In uso J ears boforo
Cody had It. There havo been countless nura
bcis of novels, books nnd stories wilttcn about
tho Wild West, and a' dozen different Wild
v est snows.
"Why doesn't he suo Pawneo Bill or Dr.
Carver, who also ran Wild West shows? I
suppose our lawyers havo accepted setvlco of
the papcis, but I know absoljttoly nothing
about tho suit, as this Is tho first I havo hoaul
of it. I can't seo that Cody has anything to
baso bis claim on, except that It Is bis gall."
Settlors Who Aro Htnrvlnir,
A most pitiable story comes from Watts
County, In tho northern part of DaKotn. Two
men who had been sent with provisions to dis
tribute among Norwegian settlers In that re
gion report having distributed tho goods ns
lalrly as thoy could among fifteen families,
but said they knew of batweon fortv and fifty
families that wero equally as destitute. In
these arc an avciago of five or six llttlo ones to
tho family, without pants, coats, dresses,
stockings, shoes, caps, mittens, or anything
but a few old rags. They wero In hope of get
ting a good crop nnd then bujlng clothes
when It was sold. When frost camo aud took
their crop thoy had absolutely nothing ou
which to live.
They nro mainly Lutheians, and not com
plaining, their ical condition was unknown.
Most of them havo been living on a kind of
porridge mudo by cooklnc up their frozen
green wheat and oats. Ono family had not
seen any Hour for six weoks. Neatly all wero
entirely out or nearly so. Somo havo onough
to last threo or four days yet, but no potatoes
or turnips. The poopio havo boon dividing
with each other whllo their provisions lasted.
Ono woman had ou nothing but a thin calico
dress aud was barefooted. When glvou a fuw
clothes sho first laughed, then cried and
blessed her benefactors.
A Fatal Steamboat Acoldont,
Tbo steamer Paris 0. Drown struck a snag
at Hormltag? Landing, Polnto Coupo Fntistc,
La,, on Saturday and sank, Eight pcisons
nto missing. Tho Now Orleans PtcayuncU
Baton Itougo special says: "Tlio officers ot
tho Ilanna Blanks, down this evening, report
that tho l'arls C. Drown Is a total wreck,
with only tho pliot-houso nnd a small portion
of the deck appearing abovo water.
llerroltago Is only twenty-live miles nbovo
this tity, but owing to want of communica
tion with that point, nothing dellulto wus
learned to-day as to tho loss of llfo and prop
erty. Two loustnbouts who passed down on
the Oliver Iiloiuo say that slxof tho crow and
ono passengor wero lost, but thoy could give
Kmmn Abbott's Husband Demi.
K. J. Wethoroll, tho husband of Emma Ab
bott, thn prima donna, died at tho Windsor
Hotel In Denver jcsteiday at 10 o'clock, of
pneumonia. Ho gradually grow worso, whou
ho appeared to bo a llttlo better, and eat up lu
bed nud read tho newspapers. Ouo hour later
ho was seized with choking and expired Im
mediately. Consolidating Itnllrnud Association.
A proposition is under consideration to con
Eolldata all tho Western railroad associations
Into three, vU., tho Westoiu Fielght, Wtstein
Paesciiirer aud Western Hallway Wdghluir nnd
Myhterlous Mr, Tlliirolilson,
Editor Henry 0. Otis, Judgo W. II. Fitz
gerald and Henry T.Gago positively deuy that
ox-Governor Lionel A. Sheldon waiiho author
of tho Murchison. Jotter, nnd they add that tho
name of the real wrltor of tho letter has noer
ot been made known to tho nubile In nnv of
tho numorous reports that have uppe.jred oil
tho subject. I
Bailors lor mo iieaoiii.nl iup, i
Flm, Forwood Co. of Now York, ngentVy
oi wo auus oieanisiup company, say miu
thoy expect to send a ciew op board
t forKl ts on. Jntnlaca, en touto
"ntice, ti tako chmge of tho
ytleli Hepubllc for htr owners.
TiiKcntf tuutsltt Amilfi.
A mn supposed to bo Taseott, tho alleged
murdi if r of A J. Snoll of Chicago, has been
nrrcstoi)nt I.co, Ind.
Tim PATE UP THU HUSTLE-
Mrs. llnrrlstin'H VIoith or lhUMiiinoiiloun
UtUKliim Awtilteil Willi Interest.
rilladc'phla TtUgranh-t WaMngton titer.
The dress-reformers nro very anxious
about the back drapery of Mrs. Ilarrl
son's dress. Tlio now (to bo) lady of tho
Whito Houso is not young enough to bo
ambitious about sotting fashions, but nil
others boforo her who have entered tlio
Whito Houso hnvo contiibttted a fad to
fashion, nnd surley somo peculiarity of
hers will bocomo very popular bcloro
Even Mrs. Grant, tho most modest of
womon, found beforo sho had long beon
tho wlfo of n President that sho had set
a stylo of wearing tho hair. Mrs. Hayes
mauo it popular in certain circles to wear
tho hair combed down over tho temples,
to attend prayer-mooting on Thursday
nights, and to servo tea and coltco in
stead of wine.
But being young nnd beautiful, Mrs.
Cleveland has been most imitated of any
woman sin thn dnv of Dollv Madison.
Sho, too, fct a stylo of wearing tho
hair which, as overy ono knows, has
been (mito popular.
But sho is likely to live longest In
fnmp for having abandoned tho hustle.
By Her eixnmplo sho accomplished moro
than Mis. Jenncss-Millcr and tho othor
dress-reformers could by all their preach
ing. I don't know how it may bo in
other cities, but in Washington a lady is
unfashionable for being tlio last to lay
tho bustle aside. It is ultra fashionablo
to bo without posterior adornment.
But it was vorv late in her lelgn that
Mrs. Clovcland adopted this graceful
inodo of dress. For this reason it that is
that the dress reformers aro so anxious
nbottt Mrs. Harrison's back drapery.
They fenr that tho bustle has not been
sullfcicntly banished, nnd that If Mis,
Harilson wears ono her rising power
will bo moro recognized than tho wan
ing influence of tho picscnt young and
beautiful "first lady.'
But tho fact (hat Mrs. Harrison is a
grnnd-mother and a sensible old woman
encourages them to hope that sho will
not be too much attached to tho defunct
frivyolty. Whether or not tho bustlo
is to remain dead deponds upon the wife
of tho Piesident-elect. Sho will bo
pleaded with to let this who eccentricity
remain in tho ash barrel, to which it has
been so recently consigned.
A lluiy l.lttlo Wiiiunn,
Fiom Iht Philadelphia Ilecord.
' Mr. Winks You aro becoming remarkably
domestlo nil ot a sudden. Seems to mo you
nio never out of tho kitchen now.
Mrs. Winks N-o; that now girl talks s o
much sho can't get through her work without
help. Sho used to live with -Mrs. Stuckup,
nn what do you tninur -urs. oiucuup 1a1.es
opium, and Mr. Stuckup drinks, and their
daughter sits up ttutll 11 o'clock villi somo
youuir man, and Mrs. Stuckup has a brother
who wont out West and hois a regular cow
boy or something. It's, perfectly awful tho
way things aro going on in that family, and I
don't supposo l'vo heard half yet. Well, I
must hurry back to the kitchen uud help pool
In Memory of WiutliliiEto".
Mr.Sonimeivillol'InkneyTuck, U. S. Assist
ant Couilnisslncr-Geuornl to tlio Paris Exposi
tion of 18S0, whllo in Europe recently on a
special mission, discovered In Tarls among tho
archives or tho French Government a paper
willtcu by Talleyrand In 1810 on tho occasion
ot tho death of Goorgo Washington. This
paper, after eulogizing tho namo of Wash
ington in tho highest tonus, recommends
to Napoleon I. tli.it 11 statuo pf Washington bo
placed In 0110 of tho public squares of Palis.
There is no evidcuco that any action nas over
taken J 11 tho matter by Napoleon and It Is
probablo that tho matter was entirely for
gotten In tho press of affairs of that exciting
rime.-' T J
No man or woman can aflord to bo without
Wolfls Acmo Blacking.
Trousers to order, SLHO. IMsoinnn's, 7th & E.
vjp5.1IH. FRANK N. CARVER, UU1LDEK,
has lemoved ils offlco from l'till L street
northwest to 1J17 V street northwest,, whero
ho will bo glad to &co till of his old friends and
Cimfeellftnerv. I'nrn Cindles. Caken.
Nuts, l'orelcn nnd Domestic Fruits, nt
GEORGE W. WEIDMAN'S,
303 l'a. avo. s. o,
yuia Doing lndIspcnablo to comfort and
health, tho cllto or tho world visit Hit. WHITE'S
establishment, 1410 Pennsylvania avenuo, opjio
Blto WUlard's Hotel, for tho bticcestiil treat
inuitot ull dUcases of tho feet. Dr. Whlto's
twenty-ninth consccullvo year of practice In
Washington, D. o, Feo, SI n sitting for putting
the feel in order.
V?C3SSs.J"IN A CLUll NOW AND SAVE THE
VIWST retailer's profits. OIllllbTilAS IS
COMING AND YOU WILL WANT A WATCH.
Wo oQer groat reductions in prices of FINE
GOLD WATCHES, CHAINS, DIAMONDS AND
JEWELRY. JOIN A Ci.Ull NOW nnd you will
hapo your WATCHES FOIl Till: HOLIDAYS.
Call nt our olllco, 515 7th st. n w or send
iMstalnnd our n;;onts will call on you with a
lino ot samples.
ABRAHAM L. SALTZbTEIN. Jr.,
llanagor of '1 ho Now Yoik WutohClub i'o,,
015 7th st. n. w bot. E nnd F sta.
Vr-C?a.THE WASHINGTON ARCHITIJCTU-
WC! HAL IRON AND 1IRIDGE WORKS.
WORKS, corner nf Water and !12d Streets.
Washington. D. C. Tulephono Call, 428 3.
Iluors, llrldges, Turn-Tablos, oto. Rolled Iron
nnd Steel llenins, Channels, Angles, eto. Cast
ings of evory description, ornamontal Cast and
Wrought-Iron Work a sneolalty. Plans, Estl
matos and Strain-Shoots promptly furnlsliod on
application. Special fiiollltlos for Heavy Cast
ings. Capacity of works, 5.000 tons per nnnum.
EDWARD L. DENT, M. K
Ownor ana OenoralManagor.
GO TO JIIlS. MEXOERT'S, 410 OTH
Columbia Full-weight Woofou Yarns. Stamp
ing dono. All materials for needlework.
Choapor than over.
Examine our cxtonslvo stock boforo piirohaslng,
, UAYWAHD & HUTCHINSON,
" 421 Oth st.
Vl5Si,Glt0aAN'8 INSTALLMENT HOUSE.
KyB Having loinnved to my Nuw Store,
., ' 7!!" uml 7-USoventlibt.il, w
i a n proparod to soil oheapor than any other
r.lV.'Mf ll0U80 ''I tho olty. Our stock of OAR.
17'..'HLCI.0THS, MATTINGS, RUGS,
'fA'IMl AND COOKING STOVES, PARLOR,
IH'IOmi. DINING-ROOM AND KITCHEN
iUI N1TURH ts complete, und will bo sold nn
CrciUt enuaper than they can bo sold olsnwheru
lor I'.isli. Como and teo in and you will bo sat
lulled that '
WIMlUAN'S, 731) and 711 71b bt. n. W.,
, . , 48 THE PLACE TO DEAL.
All Carpets bought Irom us wo will mako nnd
lay cat tliUL lioor fno of cost.
Y7K3Pa.H". HUNTER'S lll.OOD TILLS CIIHH
Wti. all Impurities In nil Its forms nnustnaoi;
bcromla, eczema una skin discuses speedily
cured. Also excellent for miliary anil kidney
illKuiHfs. Plica SI. For salt) lit bTANDlFOIUI'S
Phaiinnoy, tith ami l' v. vr. Open all night.
llODERT ELSMERE. '
JOHN WARD, PREAOHEH.
THE OWL'S N1T, by Wjster.
RAYMOND KERSHAW, by Cox.
TUUfeTOllY OF ANAFIHOAN FARM.
W, II. MORRISON,
1331 F STREET NORTHWEST.
LAMA.K & ZACHKY,
nrlbcl, wLMli will sail on Satun
, bun Hulldlng, 1U15F street.
VVCpaOI NTMfMBN DK'Uima Tltn 0011
JW& root stylo In l'l'l.I. I)III'.83 SIIIUTS,
TIKS, (JI.OVi:H. VKST3, etc. should cull on
. 1. T. HAM UOS V street northwest.
tVCSj.COAI.1 CO A I,
IfiSZa .LOW I'niCKS THIS MONTH.
I'laeo your orders with
S.C.CARTHH. 1(1 I'll AMI) UBTKUlSTiJ, 8. W.
UIIANl'HYAKUi 4l)5Khtreut, a. W.
I.ADIKS7 T.AMIiSI I.AUlIIS!
Km. Mef.inVrlvlH tho oulv hat nnd
bniiuet'fnunu nmiinfiietuicr In the cltv. Call
nnd sea her new ehipu. lllciclilnpr and press
Ins, htraw and Poll lints altered to tho latest
stylos, ordors promptly nuetuiou 10.
()()!! (i streot n. w.
Orrn l'HIVA'l'K l.i:Srti)NS. lMIHI'Alti:1
kiaii for Wint rolm, Annapolis, College!
emi service nnunii examinations
H. W. KLYNN, A. M Ivy Institute,
Southwest corner 8th nnd lists, n. w.
tf2CSi.f'Al)IES CAN IIAVK TllKIIt MIll
" liats pressed in tlio now . ran. siyiosi
Don't (orKct number, Whttlne's Bloaohlnn anj
Slllllncry Establishment. 018 Tenth stroel
r- Iron ana Timber Lauds.
A. 11. TtANW.l' linira In null till! unnelnl nttcH
Hon of persons doslrlnx to ncqulro suok pro!
crtv In In tnn or sinnlt tracts at tho very lowe!
prlccK. Full particular on application. A'
urosi iiutl 7tli st n. w.. Washington, 1). v.
.j-fc --j- n iinm.nttirvt.n . tin tfTTad
rvL Hoalcrs havornnovod from Ponnsil
vnnla nvonuo to tbolr now bulldluc, 1110 1' st I
w, mrco unors west or v, u. .iioses s noil
Oldest ana mostoxtonslr to mulo cstnullsumtl
Inftinnltl ' 1
CHOICE WESTERN COT AND LONG IIA1
Constantly on Hand nt tho Lowest Markit
II. D. COCIIHAN.
' i l
Wholesale and Itctnll Dealer In
FLOUIt, GRAIN AND HARNESS, I
1317 FOURTEENTH STHKCl'OUTmVKSJ
LOVERS OF IOOD DREAD SHOUB
Tho host Hon In tho world.
C. W. CISSELL & CO.,
Proprietors of tboOrlclnal Roller Mills,
Ocorcetown, D. C.
TKna.NEW MU8IO KTORi:. AM, KINDS OF
ky2i aheet Mu.-to and Jttislo Hooks; all tho
Ho mid 100 inuslo published. IIBNHY WHITE,
(10." 7th Bt, u w. opposlto I'atont Olllco.
yhggFOH GOOD-I'TTTINO GARMENTS
CornorOtbandOstsn w.t, , ., , . ,
Under National Hotot.
WAMKII-OLD GOLD AND SILVER
bought tor cash by WM. FltlEDHltlCH,
the manufacturing Jowoler. G05 7th st, opp Pat
F0I1 SALE AND RENT.
J EAL ESTATE BULLETIN
TI10S. E. WAGGAMAN, 017 F Street.
Changes miulo Wednosdavs and Saturdays.
THRKE-STORY 11RICK AND FRAME HOUSES
2210 to 22J1 Iloundnrv st u w, b h. -1
SO'.'I to'JOt'J Iloundnry st n w, l n. !
200 to 20 1 O st, and 1320 nnd 1328 2d
Rtnw. bh. -1 andd rms
2211 to 22211 lOthstnw, b li.Grms....
2 tot) 7th st rond
1733 to 17-t't Est n w. Orms.....
701 to 7011 Fiirru jut st n w. b b. O rms. .
1801 to 1811.11, Rtnw. fh, 5 rms 8.000
1 to (l. alloy bet 12tn and mm, ii ana in
stsn w 0.000
1130 tolirilVii23d st n w. f li.-lrs 0.000
171(1 NYavonw.bh.l Irs O.OOU
1123 20th st n w, f h, 0 rs, und 2 houses
1311 Dstnw.f h,Ors r,,t00
3328to33Jll'tn W.fh.OM 5,000
825 22dstnw.hli.0rs '1,8.. J
1.123 1' st n w, b h, 7 rs -1,500
40.1 to -111 Il.mr's alley n w. b h. 1 rs... 4 000
423 N st n w. r n, B rs, and 2 houses rear 4,0(10
2U13Sstnw, bh, ml,7rs 4,000
For a terra or 2.1 years, a valuable plocoof
business piopcrty on 11th st, near l'a avo nw:
rent $12o per month and taxos: lcssoa to build
Runt per annum.
list, bot 4th nnd 5th no ..!.. i;.t.S21 00
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOlt SALE.
'8 w cor 3d and I, sts n o ,..5uc
G st. bot 2d and 3d n o 5()o
31 st. bet -H6 nnd (1th s w 50o
Rst, bet 1st uud 3d u w ..50o
Est. bot 2 tth and 25th n W 20o
WASHINGTON AND HOCKVILLE TURNPIKE
Lots 87, 38 nnd .'10, sub-division $12 00
HOUSES FOR RENT.
22Myitlostne. 7rs..,. $1(1 42
8(1 Defrccs st n w. 8 rs 15 oo
720NCnpst, 7ts 15 (HI
21) .Myrtlu t. 7 is 15 00
UEsts w.Ors 14 00
121 K ht n e, (1 rs 12 00
27. 21) nnd 31 E st s w, 0 rs 12 30
1201) 35th st n W,() rs' 12 00
802 Essox Court, 4 rs 11 50
131 N J avo b c, 5 rs 10 OU
STORES, OFFICES. ETC., FOR RENT.
Sir 1227 D st n w S50 00
KtrlTOU l'uavnn w 50 00
btr nnd cellar 212(1 11th st u w 3,1 50
408 La no, basement ,.... 80 00
Mablo tear 1 lilt I stn y 4.1 00
Htoio room 821 7th stnw 25 00
Htr and dwg cor 10th nnd llound'y sts n
w. 3 rs 15 00
401 7th stn w, lstlloor, rm3 It) oi)
Cellar 1513 M stnw... 0 00
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safoas U. S, bonds: 0 por rout., payable quar
terly; In sums $100 to 1,000; small premium
In smni to suit nt 0 per cent.
Thouboyols only a portion of tlio property on
my books, For full list call at ollloo for bullotln
Issuod on tho 1st und 15th.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
121 IF stnw, 23 rs o2.10 00
13101'stnw, 13 rs 201)00
UO!) Mass avo n w, 15 ru 103 (17
1428 Muss avo, 14 rs ,. 150 00
1730 Muss aye, 17 rs 125 (Ml
PBtnw,l2rs 125 uo
112.1 loth stnw, 15 rs 115 oo
Kilt R l ave, 12 rs lootio
101(1 HI two, 12 rs 1(10 (id
1014 21st n w, 10 rs loo oo
I322i,utn w.li rs ion oo
1721C'onnavo,llrs... , luo oo
1702 1'u.ivon w. 10 rs..., Ill 07
1314 Coon avo, 10 ri 87 5(1
17281st nw, 1 3 rs 83 33
lltlistn w, neard, 15 rs H.'i 33
KluoilKtn w, waroiiouso ho oo
20.17 Hlllyerl'luoo.O rs 70 0(1
817 12th stnw, 14 rs 70 oo
202.1 o stn w. 11 rs 70 oo
15270ftn W, Ilia 70 0(1
1511) 2()th stnw, 10 rs (15 01)
102115th utiiw.iors or, oo
1415 Nst nw, 11 rs,, 0.1 oo
1337 It stn w, 8rs 00 00
21)12 llllls-erl'luuo, lira (1(1 oil
821i2thatuw, store uud dwg oo on
14 18 n stnw. iors 5.1 oo
1700 M stn w,l)rs 55 00
lot Iml nvo.Drs ,,. 50 0(1
lo." u un w, 12 rs no ro
11)11 N i.t n w.Srs .' 50 Oi)
2033GstllW, 10 ra 45 0(1
211(1 Mthstu w, 10 rs 45 (ID
Jill litn stnw, 10 rs 41 07
2l20Uthstn w, Hirs 4107
173D 15th t n w 40 011
1588 I'lerco Place 40 1)0
1 too Cluipln st, o rs 40 00
1408 ampin st. ti rs 40 oo
lliochnpln st.Ors 40 oo
1370 lists w, 11 r , 40 00
2100 Mthstu w. 10 rs 40 oo
1213 7tii stn w, I) rs..,,, 3.1 00
15312llthstu W,7 rs '.,,. . 35 0(1
152121)thstll W, 8rs 25 00
1507('arnlluubt (I rs,.,,, 2.100
lint) Hull stn w,7is 28 no
'Jioiststs w.fl rs inoo
222 1st st a w.iirs , , 15 00
2201ststs w.Ors.,., , .,,.,'.,,, 15 00
22(1 1st xt H w, Urn , J!i 00
Tho nbovo houses oan bo examined by permit
fiom our otllcu onlv.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO.,
13.U t'stll w.
PH OTO-E NGRAV i N G
Having recently lilted opt
11 eouueetlon with my PATENT l'HOCESS, I
am prepaiod to furnish
ILLUSTRATIONS' AT NEW YORK PRICKS
Photographlug ou Woo4 lor tho Trade.
418 LlveiilliBlvool. U,
real Estnto Urol
n. Room t.
relal attention, il
fohango of nit
frliitlom ot real I
Ty, mining stock, el
1310 I.' (. ml l.il
Suburban property ii!
MONEY TO LOAN.
kTONrVTOLOAN ON REAL ESTATE AND
?L othor securities without tiohiy,
.lAME'J F. UltOWN,
Real Estate and Iinn llrokor,
1103 F streot northwest.
f( nnn UIAN N baii estate
tplUUlUUU In nmounts to suit.
11. II. WARNER A CO,,
MOKV TO LOVS ON REAL ESTATE OK
flrst-class soourltlos at lowest rates ot In
O 0. GREEN,
303 7 til stn w.
MOXtir TO LOAN 0N1MPR0VKD CITY REAL
estnto. McLACHLAN .tllATCHELDER.
1223 F St n W,
MoxF.rTo "mTaiTTn sums to huit.
Lowest rates. No dolny.
1'. 11. SMITH A SON.
1222 F st n W.
UTI. VKltSO.t BKHIJfAIlY, 1100. 1101, 1103,
JlM. 1 1 10 JI street, and 1128 Elovonth stroet.
Hoarding and Day School for young ladles and
Fonrteonth year opens Wednesday, Oetobor 3,
for reception of boarding pupils; Thursday,
October 4, for reception of day pupils.
MRS. E. 3 . bO.lERS. Principal.
1IIK HKIILITZ SCHOOL OFLANUUAGES.
TERMS BEGIN NOW.
723 14TII ST. N. W.
MISS HlLl'll'NCIVIb SERVICE INSTITUTE
AND HUfclNESa SCHOOL, 1207 10th st n
w. Opou all tho yoar. Pupils prepared for ull
"VTOKWOIID ISSTITUTE- SELECT SCHOOL
IN FOR GIRUS. Apply nt 1407 Mass. avo.,
ilr. and lira. W. D. CAuELL. Principals.
Pupils recolvod . any tlmo.
M'llO.NALD.ElLIS' SCHOOL, COItNER MASS.
avo and 17th st, Waslilugton, D. 0.
Second session, Fob. 1 1888.
Hiss Cutolioon's Evening Travol Ciasi will
begin Fob. 20, 1888.
Tho ilrst locturo on American Literature by
Prof. Lincoln. Fob. 14, 18S3.
For Information address tho principal,
J'ISS ANNA ELLIS.
SPEHCERIAH BUSINESS COLLEGE,
.Threo entiro floors. National Hank of tho
Republic Hulldlng. corner 7th and 1) sts. n. w
Day und evening sessions. Young men and
women practically trained for sell support, and
useful lives. Ilvo courses Tho Prnotleal uusl
liess Cotirso, Stenography, Typo-Wrltlng nnd
Graphnphone, Pitman Shorthand, Prnotleal
EiglUh Dr.mchcs, Delsarto School of Expres
sion. Scnolastlo year begins Monday, Scptem
tclnber3, Co'.legoopons for arrangements on
nnl after Moniiay, August 27. Scndfor newll
lu4trated announcement. . .
IHENItf a SPENCER, LL.ll.. Principal.
UIKS.HARAA. 8PEN0EII. Vlcod'rlnolnal.
SOLD STAND IS THE ONLY PLACE
ltK,tii niijf.Alnji a Art sii.f 141 till rtlmllilnf 11111
bo sold nt rospcctnble prices. Address or call
nt 010 1) street nortbwost.
CIVIL MlltVIUK EXAMINATION QUESTIONS
uud answers. Sond ltlo to
S. W. FLYNN, A. M . Ivy Instltuto.
8 w corner 8tli and K stn n vr.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
YV WAblllNGTON, I). O.
0. 0. STAPLES, iato of Thousand Isl. Hoaso,
i. 1 101 N. Y. AVE., COR. 14TII ST.
Permanent nnd transient guests nccomtnodatcd.
Cars to all parts of tho city pasi tho door.
MRS. M. J. COLLEY. Proprietress.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
ROOMS EN SUITE AND SINGLE.
During tho past summer a now addition has
been erected containing tho most luxurious res
taurant rooms In tho city'
no20-Um Tit. TELTER, Trop.
X A tiUIET AND ELEGANT HOTEL.
T. E. ROESSLK,
WASHINGTON, D. 0
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron l'lro Ksoapes.
TK RM8-83 . 00 and 81.00 Per Day.
jr EUROPEAN TLAN,
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St.,
NEW YORK CITY.
JAJIKS II. II KISS LIN, Proprietor.
T. JAM1S 1IOXKL,
SIXTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE.,
L. WOODHUKY, Proprietor.
JTIOU.tOlll'OliK, OLD I'OBT ASD THU SOUTH.
BtcnmorGEORGE LEAHY loaves Washington
Monday, Wednesday nnd Friday, at 5 p. m.
Steamer LvDY OF THE LAKE, Tuesday,
Thursdayand Saturday, at 5 p. m., from Sixth
Stroet Wharf .
Steamer Loarv lands nt Plaoy Point going and
Lady ot tho Lako lands at Cornflold Harbor
and Colonial lleuoh on Saturdays. Stounof
ti om Washington dally, lneludlngSundays, until
lurther notice, buntlay at 0 p. m.
Faro, Saturday excursion, return Monday 7
a, in., S3 round trip.
Connections mado at Norfolk with Old Do
mlnlou btoamshln Company for Now York.
Knox und Lloyd KxprcHwIll oall and choak
baggago ut hotels unit private; residences.
Telepbono oall Loary, 745 3j Mosoloy,
W. P. WELCH, Supt. P. S. Co.
GEO, P. PHILLIPS. Supt. I. &
WOOD AND COAL.
V. Baldwin Johnson,
Wholosalo uud ltotull Heater In
Wood aixaL OoaiX.
And tlio Washington Gas Co.'h Cuke.
CompletaFaelllllos. Ilottom Prlcos.
Full Weight and Moat uro.
Wood and Co.il dlreut from tlio forosts and
mines by rail und water, uud fruo from alii,;,
blaiu uud other liupurltles,
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
Malu Yard and Ollloo. 1101 R, I. uve. n.
Uranoh " " 511 A st. s, o.
llruneh ' " 510-lWst. s. w.
llrauch oniea for ordors, ooruerToatli and I sts,
llruueli odloe lor orders, corner 18th and M sU
All oonneetod by telephone
m. R. Ktley,
Corner Ninth and E Streets Northwest,
Isolating out nil kinds ot
DRV ? GOODS
At Very Roilucod Rates.
E. G. DAYXS.
BLACK DRESS GOODS, EMBROIDERIES,
I.uecs liiul Tilmilllllgs,
719 Maiket Space, Washington, D. C,
bTEAMEIl W, W. COItCOItAN
Leaves 7th-st, Wharf ilullv (oxeopt Sunday) for
At 10 o'clock a. in.; returning, laaohes Wuslp
lugtuu nbniil tlillil p, m,
Aro tho IIEKT.
A LIMUail'a GRAND OPERA-HOUSE.
'10 NIGHT. MATINEE SATUnDjf
M'CAlTLTi OI'EUA COaIPANY,
(John A. MnCaull, Solo Proprietor and Manage
PiOsontlng tho great success.
SXTHE LADY OR THE TIGER!
THE COMPANY COMPRISES
Jefferson uo Angolls,
Charles W, Dugan,
John J ItafTnel,
Dlgby Hell, '
lIlrP jVll.llnll Hnn.nl. ,t...Unl lllninln.
The production under tho supervision of Mmcl
All tho Original- Seonery. Costumes, ArmorJ
.....,.""u lupcnies useii.
PRICKS -. fn i r.n.
Noxt Weclt-"LOHHAINE," 'by tho" MoCauJ
Oneril Cnmniiiiv. I
EW NATIONAL THEATRE.
TO-NIGHT. 'ro.NtnttT. Tn.mnT
OPENING OF THE C0M1JJ OPERA SBA80N.J
THE J. C. DUFF COMIC OPERA COMPANY,!
i'ii m iinutiisiiUTi .iiiiiiriitl'li M
80 PEOPLE. HOLOIhTS. CHORUS AND GRANll
Mon., Turs., Wedns. and Wcdns.Matlnoe,
A TIHP TO AFKICA.
Grand Spcctnculnr Opera by Snppa.
Tlinni., Friday, Saturday nnd Saturday Mat.l
TUG I1ERKAU STUDENT,
Comlo Opera by Jllllooker.
cnTnltiiiUi r mA iim,,vr kn.. u.
uuui'i.i.li, j.i i,.,.k iii.i.iji.,,, nni;ii giuuM
Hose Lolghton. Maudo Wilson, Emma Dclnrorl
iinrry jirown, i rnntis uniliaru, JOlin juooro and
PRICES, S1.50, 51, 500, 25c.
MONDAY, JAN. 1 1. Ollletto's Hpootnct
uuuiiuiiiuu oi uaggard s ami."
SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 12,
GRAND CAHPANINI CONCERT COMPANY!
SIGNORINA DE VERE.
Tbo cclebmtcd Prima Tlnnna. who rrentnd
furoro In Now York nnd lioston, and a UraudJ
Array or Taicut, including
MISS MARIE GltOEHL,
Con trail ii.
SIGNOH CLHMHNTE I10L0GNA,
Ilasso Cnntante, nud
SIG. 1TAI.O CAMPANINI,
In a Masiilllccnt PmL'i-ainmu.
CONDUCTOR SIONOIt FERRAlWl
Rcsorved seats, 50c, 75c, 81 nnd 81.50. 1
Sale of seats opens on Thursday, Januury 10
at E. F. Droop's, 025 Pa. avo. n. w. ,
TTARUIS' HIJOU THEATRE.
WE UK JAN. 7 Matinees: Tucs., Thnrs. and Sal
3111. WILLIAM REDMUND and
MRS. THOMAS HARRY,
Supported by the Rcdmuiid-Uurry Co., In thel
latest and greatest success,
TT-ERNAN'S NEW WASHINGTON THEATRE
Mntlnocs Mon., Tucs., Thurs. and Sat.
KELSON'S GREAT WORLD COMBINATIOl
Headed by Kuropo's Greatest Feature,
7 NELSON FAMILY 7
Tho Premier Acrobats of tho World, and mn
nllier novelties. '
Cboap prices at matlneos 10, 15 und 25o.
RIDER & ADDISON
Wholesale and Retail Doalcrsln
PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY,!
314 lHglitli St. X. W., near I'll. Ave,
Orders or reouests lor ouotatlons given nor
nal attention, and satisfaction guaranteed lnl
Barbour Law Hulldlng 100 La. ATJ
WASllIMBl'UM, D. V.
Resldenco, No. 1U1S II st. Northwest.
S. L. WIM.KTT.
S. n. OWTNHC
Vermont uve. uud I, st. 11. w.
Cho'co Groceries, Meats and Provisions.
Tho Rest Goods at the Lowest Frlcos.
Marketing delivered frco.
Burnstine Loan Ofllce,
301 l'onn. Avo.N. IV.
Money loaned on Gold and Silver
Watohes, Diamonds, Jowctry, Pistols, Guns,
los' and Gentlemen's Woirfng Apparol,
Old Gold nud Silver bought.
Unredeemed Plodgos 1'oc Sale.
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS &. NOTARIES
S. HllNDY, COM'R OF DEEDS AND NO
11 iy muue, !( lu. ayo , opp. city nan.
U. EVANS. maiFSTREETNOItTnWESTj
Commissioner oiDeeds tor all States and
Territories, Notary Publio, Hours fromO to 4:301
EDWARD F. DROOl
0S5 PEMNA. AVENUE.
Call and examluo tho largo stook of
Oatilcr Uro., A. U. Chaso. Marshall Ss Weil
doll, Wheoloclt, Hooker & Son, UrUgs, Grove
eivon cu i uner aim ouier
Pianos sold on Installments, Eohango4l
Jlentod, iiopaireu, Tiinoit, .movou una storoa.
dl.An, fi.Bl. fit n(.... ..Mil ili.nlnjltn. X,.,al.,iiJ
Olli:,;!. .UllSlU, lUlfcl.fi ..nn 1.V....W-..1U, tflllDIVlia
inlso.,oto.,coustiiutly on hand. Uanjo, Oultarl
Muiidonn, violin ana ueuo strings a spooiuity.i
Grand, Upright nnd Square
Special nttcntlou ot Holiday purchasers Is In J
Ited to our 1
"NEW AUTISTIC- hTVLES." . J
Finished In designs of (
"HIGHEST DECORATIVE ART.'J
PIANOS FOR RENT. 1
Seooud-hund Pianos at All Prices,
"Wm. Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
h. d. bhr:
importer and Tailor.
Fall and Winter 6000
All of tho Latost Novelties.
ENGLISH, FRENCH AUD SCOTCH SUITINGS
ETC., JUST ARRIYED.
MR. HARR porsnnally fits all ga-ments mnl
111 uur esiuuiiBinneiii-.
1111 Penna. Avenui
rilllllllAN M'llll.l. . (11
L (Suooossom to MoOlU ,b Wltheil
PiitNTiuts and srEituorvi'iJits,
1107 K stioet a w, Viashlngton 11. 0,
(""111 Wtmu At' FAIR I'lllllfaf.