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THE WASRiisTGTON CRITld TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 8, 1889.
, ! (W
WASHINGTON CRITIC COMPANY.
HALLET KILHQUHN, President.
OFFICE: No. 043 D Street Northwest,
"WASHINGTON, J). 0.
BlnctoCopy 1 Cnnts
By Carrier ,,,.. , n.1 Cents
By Mall, poHtncopnUt, nnoyenr jri.no
By Mull, postage paid, six months U.00
Mull subscriptions Invariably la udvanco.
A J dress
THE WAQUINQTON CRITIC,
"Washington, D. 0.
WASHINGTON, JANUA11Y 8, 18S9.
Amusements for To-drty,
Auutiou's The Lady, or tho Tlgcrf Bp.ra.
IlAnms' Hnrmlnlo. 8 p. m.
National Duff Opera Company.
KkiivaVs Nolsnn's World Company.
Panoiuma Itattlo of Shllnh.
Wiuard's Hali Cnrpontcr's Hypnotism.
Tub Benatk Committer on Jtulos will
tako under consideration this week tlio
question of permitting newspaper corrc
Kponilont? as "prlyato secretaries" to
Senators to liavo tho run of thp Sonata
floor. Tho Indications nro that tho
privilege will bo restricted to purely
Senatorial business, and tho Scnato will
not be convortod Into a news bureau in
tho control of tho few fortunate follows
who happen to be Senatorial P. S's. It's
quite right, too, for all of tho "progs
boyV cau't bo secretaries, and It Is
hardly tho fair tjilng to open tho door to
somo nnd shut out 'the many when all
are equally worthy, Nows Is news, and
the hustler is tho follow who ought to
, i ii m
Tun rnorosnn tariff of ono cent a
dozen on imported eggs Is a stop toward
opening tho hatchways of tho Ship of
Qv eleven Simons Intorvlowcd by
telegraph by tho I'oit lust night as to Mr.
Harrison's Cabinet, six responded with
their ideas of tho propor gentlomen to
compose It. Four of theso six ask for
JJlalno as Secretary of State, and Mr.
IIa.stcad of Cluciunatl Intimated Maine.
Golf has four calls also for a place; so
does Allison. Alger leads with five calls.
Quay only nets .one, and without him
nobody would havo had any. What's
tho matter with Quay? Wanamakor,
McKinloy and Clarkson .mo In for a
call jor two apieco. Mr, Harrison up to
dato has not oxprcssad an opinlptvon,!0
Bubject, nor has Mr. Quay. 4
It jtow develops that tho ''Mr, Muroh
ison" who slow Lord Sackvillo Is Mr.
Gqorgo Osgoodby of Pomona, Cal,, aged
hi years, born in Now York, his father
an Englishman. Ho did it probably to
rovongo himself on his parontngo.
Congressman Oates of Alabama la
loaded with a speech in favor of Elliott
(whlto) in tho contested case of Elliott
and Smalls (colored). Mr. Oates may bo
relied upon as saying something bisarre,
for ho la the worst picturesque, political
thinker in tho House.
Oun e8tckmeii morning contemporary
wonders gravely whore Mr. Blnlno was
for twqlvo hours yesterday, as ho could
not bo found at his usual rendezvous.
Wo take pleasure in Informing our 0. c.
that Mr, I), throw oft tho cares of State,
present and fnturo, and went "Into ho
clcty.' Ho might havo been sqen during
tho afternoon Indulging in tho giddy
whirl with tho charming unsophistica
tedness of a "hud" in her first bloom,
Mn. Edmunds and tho United States
Senatq havo issued orders to Europe and
to France to keep their picks and shovels
out of tho Panama Canal ditch, unless,
they desire to dig their own graves,
With the Ifayti Incident still fresh our
foreign neighbors will probably "lay
dawn tho shove) and tho hoo" and take
to tho tull timber.
' 1 " H I
Tiir jNTmuon DcrAKT,veNT rented
more room yestorday. Why doesn't
Undo Sam havo his own ofUeor Is. hq
" i ' 11
We tjsndct; to Gonoral Felix Agnus
of the Dultimore 4"0)'fJ". our condo
lence In his rocont aflctlon, to wit: Arof'
qreuca to him by the Doston Tranter' as
Genoral Felix Agonus. Possibly tho
Traveler lutendod to put nn 1 after tho n
in (hq last namo, but It did not.
CiIlonm SnurAitn of the Mnil au
I'tpi'ctt Is figuring on Ills. inliorltnucq as
a Hon-ln-layr. Hear him: "JJlussod ,rq
tho meek, for they qha,U inherit thq
The Sundry Civil bill proposes tq
make tho Scoiotary of War tho cclitov-in-chlof
of tho oilleinl war records, This Is.
topiovonttheliisMrtiou of editorial and
matlor which will have a tendency tq
Are thp Northern hoait and disturb thq
equanimity of Editor Halstead and Guy-
in 1 1 1 1
Tim; Boston Po( refors to the Jnpanosq
Mhilstqv as Mr, Mentau. Ronton needs t
little Japanning in her lutelUgoncq
The rnoi'osAL to organize a prpccsi
slon of Tpmn?rat3( and, with vnulilcd
muzzles and roversud hopes, proceed to
Ia Fuyottq Square, pud there drapo thq
statue of Andrew Jaclon with mourn,
Ing did not mntorlullsiQ to-day, flomq
griefs are (00 deep to ho exposed tq thq
unfeeling u'MD of a cold world,
Let the deiulloek business In tho
House. ro on, March 4 vyjll end it,
Hoy Ivvunil qity Buw thq Show,
From the Planar fiw,
Janu UmllnK says of Kiuuus cltyi "ilQ
people are receti. i!oy tell grouurt uud kP,
zo pcoj,'." Hlyht you are,Jano . It Is iiinlor.
stood that a uumbvr of JUCb City reahleirta
noia curnrr lots and iKmstiti tickets to tlia
Tfio otII I tho egotist's.
Frotarjo swearing Isnu unpardonable sinner
ron naughty j.ittle nors.
In tho Ico there Is n hole,
Underneath Is water,
Kkatlnjj merrily, thoro comes
I.iltlo Hnrainy Blattijhtor.
Naughty Bnmmy ran nwny,
And to savo them bother,
Nover said a slniplo woixl
To hl -Ma or Father.
I'lump Into tho Ice liolo went
Idttlo Satnmv Slniuslilcr
Naimhty little ynmmj'b gono
W'ficro thero Is no water.
''Is thero anything so hard to find as a nce
dlo In a haystack?" he said, with n sudden
Hash of meteoric brilliance
"Yes," she responded, softly, "It Is quite ns
hard to And a haystack In a nccdlo. Did you
oyer try to (Hid n haystack In a needle, Mr.
There was onco a young man, a poor debtor,
AVho wrote to his tailors a lebtor;
They answered at onco,
And called hi in n donee;
And then tho poor fellow felt bob tor.
Tbo Now York Critic facetiously sutrccsts
that somo one dramatize "Hcnutlful iinow,"
Homo one wlUjlauiatlzu it before tho winter Is
januahv 8, 16S9.
St. Jaclisou'a Dayl
And on this day
What Uono bavo bis
Not n stncllt
To-day the flics nro thtcl;
On ti em who do him
And In tho soup
Is Andy's (,'hostl
Who did this cruel thing?
Or, If not who,
'Tlsdquc, and when
Twits done, 'twas dono
Bo p. d. q.
That not u mortal snul
Caught sight or bound or
BttK'll of It or ho
Or that or which or what
Did circumvent tho ruin,
And ln-.that regnant
What spoils must corao
To that which brought It
Not less a Saint Is
- But what a devil of n
Lot are those whose
Grip Is gone!
Hung bo tho Heavens with black I
And on this day
Let Jackson's ghost
Arlso aud kick tho
Blurting out of
Amen and nmcul
A young lady In tho Interior Department
sends In tills touching versification of au an
tlquo fact la prose:
tub maiden's 'l!AV:il.
A maiden of uncertain uge
To catch a husband did fngago:
And having passed the prime of llfo
In striving to becomp a wife,
Deuratli an oak thK aticlont maid
Knolt down,' and fervently slio prnyed:
"Send, send a husband, Lord,"slio crlod,
"While yet I may becorao a bride,
Else I'll die without nn early lovu.
And none to meet me In Heaven abovo."
Just tl'r'P an owl, peicbud up tlie tree.
In oen, bass tones crlcd,"'hool uh whee?"
"And dost Thou ask me, good Lord, who!
AVby, any man, dear Lord,MtIll-d)y' w .
EARLY MOUNI.NO NVS. o
Thrown Out by WHUtlor.
Artist titoll of some renown hi London, has
set tho artistic world agog there by stigmatiz
ing Whistler, a brother artist, as a liar and
coward, Whistler pounded the head of Stall
and kicked him out of tho loom. Tho Inci
dent comus nut of the alleged unfair treatment
of Stoll by Whistler when Whistler was presi
dent of tho Itoyal Society of British At lists.
Tho Contest Jll Doluwnru.
The Senatorial contest lu Delaware Is much
mtxtd Just uqw. Jlassey's chances uru les
sened by a defection of his forces toward H!g
clns, which, with Bmithcrs in the background,
leaves Massoy In a very doubtful position.
Tho Delaware Legislature met yesterday,
and, after appolatlng several committees, ad
journed. A 1'lRht with the Indiana.
A severe fight Is roported from tho Sweet
Grass Hills, In Idaho, between a party pf
Grosventrcs and lllvcr Crow Indians, the re
sult of a challenge to combat. A Crow chief
visited a squaw In the other camp against the
withes of tier brother nud tho tight resulted,
lu which tbroo qf tho Grosventres were killed
and ono wounded. Tho afl'alr has created ill
feeling In that section, pud may result lu an
Tho Sulllvnii-Kllraln l'lcht.
SulHvau and KUraln were matched to fight
yesterday for $20,000. Tho match was mudo
in Toronto, Canada, and was tbo quietest af
fair on record. Thq light will tako placo in
side, of six mouths, wllblu -00 miles of New
Tho following aro tho articles of agreement:
"Articles of agreement entered Into this 7th
day of January, J880, between Jake KUraln of
BaUlmoro, Mil,, oau John L. Sullivan ot
"Tho said Jake KUraln and the said John
L. Sullivan heicbv agreo to light a foJr, stand
up light, according to the now rules of thq
London prize rjug. by which tho said Jakq
KUraln aud tho said John L. Sullivan horeby
do ugico to bo bound. Tho said light shall bo
for tho sum of $10,000 n side aud tho I'olii
Ua:el(e belt, rtprewvms uio cnampionsmii
of tho world, uud 6 bull take place on the Bill
day of July, 1889, within 200 miles of Now
Oilcans, in tho Stnto of LouUlaua, tho in. in.
winning the toss to glvo tho opposite' party
toil days' uotlcu ot thu placo.
"The sUl Jako Kllralti and John L. Sulll.
van to Petit at catch-weight. The men shall
bqjutbu ring between tho hours qf 8 and V4
a. in., or the nun absent bUuII forfeit the imt
Uetaoiiqy. The exporccs of (be ropps and
btukes shall be boinc by each paity, slmie and
bhuro alike, In pursuauca I'l this agreement
the 6HM of $0,000 a side Is new deported with
tho spotting editor of thq Now York C(ipper
Who Mull bo stakeholder. The remuuug de
posits shall bo uiada as follows; I ha final and
last deposit of 3,000 u side on tho loth day of
April, IBM), in 'Now York city, whoii u (lual
Stakeholder shall bo agreed uppn at tbalust
(Jeposlt, If not agreed upon licforo, Tho
referee to bu appointed at the ring sldo.
"The toss fpr thu choice of b.tllo-giound to
bo uu the Slli day of June, between tbo hour,
of 8 p. m. and 10 p. in., at Charlie Johnston's
store, Htooulyu, by the principals or their
'Tbu said deposit must bo put up pot later
thau the day aforesaid, aud either paity fall,
lug to make goad the amount duo at the
1 1 rui) aud place named shall forfeit tbo money
"In cuso ot managerial Inlcrferouco tho
flor,t). if appointed, or tilt) stakeholder, shall
Hume the next ilmqatid pce of meeting, If
possibly on tho sumo day or In the buuiu kvIc,
and either party falling to appear at the tlmu
and plucu f-ptcilled by that olnclill to bisa thq
battle money, 'iho stukes not to be given up
utiles by mutual content or until fairly won
or lost by a light, and duu notice shall bq
given to both parties of tho time aud placo of
giving tui money up.
''In puisuuticuoc this agieement wehercT
unto attusU our uainos.
"John L. Sullivan,
"J, Kiluain, pur W, P. H.
lWUvespsj L. II, AJ.LUN,
"John W. Uaiinitt.
"AU hands m.ida n speedy departure from,
tlio. city as soon as the match was made,
A (Jmitt'itt With thu Ci)iumUun,
Federal Crcu,lt Judge J acksoui at 3ouls.
dillo, Ky.i yesterday nvortbrow a decision of
tho Inferttuto IQoinmerea Commission. Ha
holds that thu Commission can only arbitrate
differences, and has no right or power to e
foioo Its declilousi Contrary to tun Commis
sion, lie decides that the l.ouUvlllu ,t NanH-
yllV tQJ cuunot bu forced to handle stock
from tho Kentucky and Indiana stock yards
on the terms tatably thonamoaslt now han
dles for thq Bourbon stock yards, but may fix
for Itself the condltlotistuudor which It will
Clcrgjinon Intorcstod In tho celebration on
April 30, of tho Inauguration of Washington
as President, hsvo issued an address calling
upon tho various congregations and clergy
men throughout tho land to hold religious
services nt 0 o'clock In tho morning of that
day lu commemoration of tho event to bo
linn the Hlrllio Win Rottlcd.
tt has been loarncd that tho "Q" strlko was
settled by tbo management of the road agree
ing not to blacklist tho men who struck, but
to assist them In procuring employment nsfnr
as practicable. In regard to reemploying
them It was said that tho road's first duty is
to tho men now in Its sorvlco, and that In fill
ing vacancies tho best men offering will bo
employed, Irrespective of tliolr past connec
tion with tho strike, provided they bavo not
been guilty of vlolonco or other misconduct.
Tho Church Cnn Do n It Ghoottui.
Judge Beach In tbo Supremo Court of Now
York yostcrday rofused to Interfere with tho
action of tho trustees of St. Patrick's Cathe
dral in dccllulng to permit tbo body of old
John McGuIre to bo burltd in Calvary Ceme
tery. Ho practically upholds tho taction ot
tho church authorities aud dismisses tho com
plaint. Ho says that tbo matter Is lint ono for
judicial Inteiforoncc, but for nppoal to tho
church authorities. Mcflulro died while at
tending ono of Dr. Mctllynn's nntl-povcrty
meetings on tho 10th of February last.
Burial was lufuscd him on tbo ground that ho
had not died In tho faith.
And Thny Htlll Live.
A south-bound passenger train on tho Illi
nois Central Hallroad was wrecKed on Sun
day at Cedar Hill Btt Itch, Miss. Tho train,
while going at tho ratoot thirty miles an hour,
ran Into a switch, telescoped a boxcar loaded
with lumber and complololy wrocked thu en
gine. The baggago, mall, smoker, ladles' car
and sleeper woro all derailed. The smoker
wns turned bottom up. Tho mall, baggago ifnd
ladles' cars wero thrown at right nugles across
tho track. Knglncor Jarvls and tho uegro
llrcman wero badly shaken up and somowhal
bruised, and one or two passengers wero
slightly scratched. A passenger doscrlbos tbo
wreck ns the worst ho over saw, and says that
the fact that no ono was killed Is simply
Two Mora. Ships for Iluytl.
Tbo United States ship Atlantu, now being
ropaircd at the New York Navy-Yard, will
probably bo ordorod to l'orl-au-1'ilace. to ro
llovo tho Unltod Statos ship Galena, aud It is
deemed prudent to have tlyat vessel leavo tho
infected neighborhood as soon ns possible.
According to tbo prosont policy of the De
partment, two naval vessels will cruiso In
Haytlen waters uutll tho present revolution Is
at an end, but no ono vessel will bo exposed
to tho danger of fever contagion for any great
length of tlmo. Tbo Osslpeq nud Atlanta mq
said to baths only avallablo relief vessels.
Tbo Ossipco has already 6allcd for Vort-au-Prlnco,
aud the Atlanta will probably follow
her as soon as sho can bo gotten ready fur sea.
A Iluuk rreshlcul Swindled.
Trcsldont Joseph D. Baker, president of thq
Citizens' Bank of Frederick, Md., went to
Lecshurg Saturday to buy a farm for ono of
tho directors ot tho bank. Finding such a
oue as ha was In search of, ha purchased it,
giving In paytnont a chock for $3,000 to a mau
who claimed to bo tho owuor thereof. After
giving tho check It occutrcd to Mr. Baker that
ho had better havo a clear tltlo proven, so It
was arranged that tho stranger 6liould show
satisfactory cvldcnco of ownorsblp in thq
morning, and that mcantlmo thoy would both
sleep lu the same house. Sunday morning
Mr. Baker found that his check bad been
cashed and that his companion of tho previous
night had gono to parts unknown.
A Omt Kill a aiun an u Train.
A goat belonging to a theatrical company
boarded a fast freight train on iho Union
Pacific road at Cheyenne from a lew shed,
drove two brakomon Into the caboosound
butted another, named James Sumner, from
tho roof ot a car. When Sumncr-vas picked
up bis neck was broken.
tVhlto Uiips lu "Wilmington, ., v
James Kelly ot Wilmington was threatened
by masked men on Sunday night with a thrash
ing If ho did not go to work within twenty
four hours. Ho had beon idle somo tlmo and
he thinks tho men were Whlto Caps,
At thq Luto Election.
"I want to bo rcgistorod as a votor, please,"
said a tall, slendor womau, woarlug corkscrew
curies and green spectacles, appearing ut tho
olll?o ot registration In Boston. "I'm glad
tho women of tho city havq tbo right to at
least VQto on tbo school question, and I think
it the solemn and sacred auty of overy truo
woman to overcome every weak scruplo, and
go boldly to tbo poles and grandly and
"What is your name, plcaso?" asked tho
"Marfo Antlonetto Hlgglns, nnd I rejolcq
that I havo tho moral courage to do ray duty,
and boldly, without any foolish feuiiutuq
weakness " '
"How old ore youf"
"How old are you, please!"
"You don't mean to tell mo that I havo tq
swear how old I am beforo I can vote?"
"Whv I I It's a shame! A downright
Insult, alrl I'ts n a-ryou can Just scratch my
name of the book, sir, aud the country can go
to grass for all I care; that's what it cap!"
Ono Unploasiint T.jttlp Incident,
Wvoin the Chicago Tribne,
Bolllngbsy has just come back from Heidel
berg. "I bopo, my son, that ypu'ye Iraproyod
"I tried to, governor," was tho sad reply;
"hut that beastly German cad whq sllcod mo
In tho last duel cut my noso off so clean that
those McKcnzlcd surgeons wero unable to
put it on without sbowlug the scar."
Living olmraotorlzos theso modorn days.
The result is a fearful luorenno of Bruin
nnd Heart Disease Ci on oral no
bility, Insomnia, I(rftlysts, ami In
sanity. Chloral nnd Morphia augment
tho evil. Tho modloluo best adapted
to do pormauont good is Ayor's Sar
eaparilla. It purifies, enriohos, aud
vitalizes the blood, and thus streugtlious
ovary fuuetion aud faoulty ot tho body.
" I havo used Ayor's Sarsaparllla, In
my family, for yours, I have fouud it
for Norvous Debility oaused by an In
netlvo liver and a low state of the bipod."
Honry Bacon, Xonln, Ohio.
"b'or somo time I have been troubled
with heart disease, I never found any
thing to hoip idq until I began using
Ayor's Sarsaporlllo, I have only used
this modioliio sis months, hut it has ro
llqvod mo from my trouble, und enabled
mo to rosuiuo work." J. I. Carzanett,
"I have been a piactoing physician
far aver half a century, and during that
tlmo I liavo novor found so powerful
and reliable an alterative nud blood
purifier as Ayor'a Sarsapnrlllu." Dr.
M. Muxstart, Louisville, Ky.
rnwunKn uv .
Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co,, Lowol!, Mass.
Vrlco 1 1 ill bottle, 06, Worlli 5 a lottlo.
rtWShWITAKJ5 PLEASURE IN INFORM
&JSS2S," tngtliq public that on account of
nenlliu,' n largurstoro, Vo huvo rorpoved to No.
122U E st. i. w., wbora wu tball ha pleased to
ey our friends and patrons.
OATKLY A ALIHUCII.
ttZZ0O TQ MRS. MENGKRT'S, 411) OTII
!P25 street northwest, fur the eelubrated
Columbia Full-weight Woolen Yarns. Stamp
hie done. AU muterlals lor needlework.
TrfJsMn. riiANKNfcAiiVKn, SuildeiC
has removed his office from 11B1 h slroot
northwest to 1J17 F street northwest, whero
ho wilt bo Rind to rco all of hli bid frlonds and
Confectionery, l'nro Candle". Cakes, rioj,
Nuts, Forelim und Dnmeitlo l'rnlK lit ..
QKOHOU W. WEIUMAN'S,
no: j l'a. avo. se.
WV2. Doinit lnrtlnenal)lo to comfort and
health, tbo ollto or tlio world visit Hit. WIIITK'S
establishment, 1410 Pennsylvania uvontie, oppo
site Wlllardls Hotel, for tho succeiifiil treat
ment nf nil dlioasoi of thu feat. Dr. White's
twonty-nlntli qonsoculivo year ot practice, In
Washington, 1). v. Fco, 51 a slttlns for putting
WCJOIN A CLUI1 NOW ANlTsXvir'fliB
MVSIa retailer's profits, CHHIhTMAH IS
CO.MINO AND YOU WII.I. WANT A WATCH.
Wo pffnr' ureal reductions In prices ot 1'INIl
(101,1) WATflllKS. CHAINS, DIAJIONDS AND
JKWELHY. JOIN A CI.UII NOW and you will
Imvo yoar WATOllK.S l'Olt THU HOLIDAYS.
Call nt our olllco, 515 7th st. n. w., or send
pnstnl nnil our ngcntf, will call on you with a
lino of $"-HAM L. BIjTZSTrjIM Jr.,
Managofof Tho Now York Watch Club Co.,
515 7th St. n. w.. bo. It nnd V stsi
VVSaa.NBW Jlt'SIO STOItH.-AU. KINDS 01
Vy4i t-licct Miislound Muslo Hooks: nil tlio
5o nnd Klo muslo published. IIRNItY W11ITB,
003 7th St. n w, oppotlta Patent Ollleo.
V?tS5a.THK WASHINGTON AIIOHITECTU
WK2Sr"llAl, 1HON AND UltlOOB WORKS.
WOltKS, cornor of Water and aiM strcoti.
WashlnKton. D. C. Telephone (tall, -128 U.
Hoofs, IlrldRus, Turu-Tablos, oto. Itollad Iron
and Steel Beams, Clmnnols. AnRlc), cto. Cast
ings of overy description, Ornimcntal Cast and
WrmiffhMron Work a soeolnlty. Plans, Estl
mates and Btrnln-Sheuts promptly furnished on
application Special facllltloi for Heavy Cast
ings. Capacity of works, 6.000 tons por annum.
KUWAltl) I DENT. M. K..
Owner ami (Jenoral Manager.
V5a,r01tTAlir,E QIIATES, ''
Cheaper than ovor.
Examlno our cxtonslvo stock boforo purchasing.
UAYWAHD A HUTCHINSON,
vpa,Dn. HUNTKlt'S DLOOD PILLS CUItE
WS. all Impurities In nil Its tormsmiaBtairos;
scrofuln, ccrema and skin diseases speedily
cured. Also excellent for urinary nnd klilney
diseases. i'rlooSl. l'ors.ilont STANDI I-'OIID'S
Pharmacy, Uth and V n. w. Open all night.
JOHN WARD, 1'REACnER.
THE OWL'S NEST, by Wlstor.
JtAYMOND KERSHAW, by Cox.
THE &TOUY OP AN AFRICAN FARM.
W. H. MOHIHSON.
1331 F STREET NORTHWEST.
Wrs. LAMAR & ZACHRY,
S. K. PHILLIPS, ATTORNEYS.
oc22-ly Sua Building, 1U15 V street.
V)C?!.OnNTLEMEN DKSIRINO THE COR
W'CSr'- rcct stylo In l''ULL JJRKSS SHIRTS,
TIES, GLOVES, VJSSTS, otoi, should call on
I'. T. HALL, 003 V strcot northwest.
W2lS LOW I'HIOES THIS MONTH,
Placo your ciders with
S. C CARTER, lOl'll AND U STREETS, 8, W-
BRANCH YARD : ivr K btrcot, S. W.
YVCpa.I'ADIESI LA1IESI LADIES!
M2 Jlrs. McCnfferty Is tlio oilly hat and
bonnet-frame manufacturer In the city. Call
and see her now shapes. Bleaching nnd press
ing. Straw and Folt Hats altered to the latest
stylos. Orders promptly attended to,
i 1000 O street n. w.
yVCa, PRIVATE LESSONS. PREPARES
w-to tor wenc Point, Annapolis, college,
Cill Service and all etamlnntlnni.
S. W. t'LYNN, A. M., Ivy Institute,
Southwest corner 8th and K sts. u. w.
LADIES CAN HAVE THEIR FELT
hntji iirSfli.it In thii now Vail stylos.
Don't forget number, Whiting's Bleaching and
Millinery Establishment, 518 Tenth stroot
A, L. ItANDLE bugs to oall the speolal atten
tion of -persons desiring to acquire such prop
erty In larAo or small tracts at tlio very lowest
prices. tan puriiciuar on nppuoaiion. Aa1
. w.. Washington, D. 0.
V?pQtj,W. 0. JlETZEROTl' A CO.. MUSIC
riVj Dealers hao rtmoved from Pennsyl
vania avenue to their now building, 1110 F st u
W. tlireo (tnnm wast: nf W. 11. Alr.snx .t Sons.
Oldest mid' most extonslv so mnlo establishment
In tho ol ty. "
CHOICE JJVESTERN CUT AND LONG nAY.
. FANNED OATS
Constantly on Hand nt tho Lowest Markot
II. D. COCHRAN,
Wholcsalo and Retail Dealer In
FLOUR, 01LMN AND HARNESS,
1317 FOURTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST,
tfrtSaROOAN'8 INSTALLMENT HOUSE.
liiiS. Having removed to.my Now Store,
7UU and 7-11 Sovonth st. n. w
I nm prepared to sou ohcapor than anv other
credit house in tho city. Our Rtook of OAR
JETS, OILCLOTHS. MATTINOS, RUQS,
HEATINO AND COOKING STOVES, PARLOR
EKD-ROOM, DINING-ROOM AND KITCHEN
FURNITURE is comnleto, und will bo sold on
Credit pheaper than they can bo sold clsowherq
for cash, Como and soo us and you will be sat.
" C uMoOAN'S, 7.10 and 741 7th st. tl. W.,
IS THE PLACE TQ DEAh.
AU Carpets bought from us wo will make and
lay on the floor free of cost. .
VJja,LOYERS OF OOOU BREAD SHOULD.
Tho host ilou In the worja.
C. W. qiSSELL CO.,
Proprietors ot the Original Roller Mills,
Georgetown,' D. 0.
VJgFOR GOOD-FITTING GARMENTS
Corner Oth and C sts u w.l, , ,, . . ,'
Under National Hotel,
FOR REN7 HOUSES.
1211Fstuw, 'Mrs S250 00
LMOFstnw, 13 IS ,.,, ..... 20U00
l-looMasi'nvouw, 15 rs mil 07
1428 Musi avo, 14 rs , 150 00
i7m)Massavo,i7r.i,,.. 125 oo
l'stnw.l'Jrs ,....,.. 125 on
ll'JftlOlh'ltnw, 15 is ,.,,. 115 00
1014 R I avo, 12 rs,.., 100 00
Hilt! ltluvo, 12rs.. ,. .,.,.,.,. UK) 00
HIMQlstn W. 10 rs,.... ,,,,.., 100 00
HP.'jstnw.ll rs , loooo
172 IC'onu'avo, llrs Mm oo
17(J l'u uru ii w, io rs, in 07
liUKpnujive, Kt rs,, ,.,,..,,.. 87 5(1
1728Jst nw, lUrs 83 33
lltlut n W. near (!. 15 rs 8!i il.j
1 oun Hutu w, waronouse,.., 80 no
joiiuiyorl'iaco.u rs..,. , .-.. 7000
817 latnstu w, it rs ou
2023 Ostu w, llrs , ,.,...,,.. 70 00
1527 btnw. llrs 70 oo
irun uothst n w, io rs,,, ,,.,,...,. or, oo
i(IJlJ5thiSt!W,l(rS. ,,, ...,.., 05 on
1115 Nllnw. 11 rs 05 OU
)3.7Jtstnw, Mm oo oo
2012 liiilyer place, nrs,,., ,,.,,,,. no oo
8'.'ii2thitn w. store und dwc.. ,.,,.,, noon
14I8Hstnw. idrst " 55 0(1
17011 M stn w, Drs , 55 00
llillliduv'o, Urn 5(1 00
lOAtistii-K.-lUrs .,. 50 50
lUUTN'htilV His ,.,,,,.,,,..., CO 00
2o::;i (( et n w, 10 rs, , ,,. 45 00
211(1 1-ttlist II W, 10 rs, ,.., ,. 45 00
211 1 1 uu (it n w, io rs , tl 07
212011tlistn w, lOrs 4107
1730 15thttll W 10 00
1538 1'liircol'llico 40(H)
1 ion chaplnst, nrs 40 oo
1 ilia Chanlu st. (i rs ,,, 40 oo
l.lio Output st. l)rs 40 oo
1370Usts w, llrs ,, ,, ,.,,,, 400(1
24((! 14th stii w.iors.... ,, 40 on
12l3 7tlistlW, 0 i-H 115 00
isiij umii st n w,7 rs nr tui
152l2Utlitn w, Hrs, , ,... 25 00
1507L'urolluest 0 rs , ,.,. 25 KI
limijotiiBtn w,7rs ,..,,,,. 28 0')
Ul01ttBW,0 rs 16 00
UUUlst Stsw, 11 M , 15 00
220 1stBtBW,0is 15 00
sunist st s w, ti rs , 15 0D
Tho ubova houses can be exuinlneJ by permit
fr.lin our "Bice only. .,, , ,.,o .
411UaiAQJ 4'lilClfcaj uu.,
1321 Fstn W.
PCSBiPsa me& ??.' it.
WANTED-DY A WHITE WOMAK, FAMILY
washlniri roforonces nlvenj call or address
WAT:ll-obD " gold and silver
bought for oash by WM. FRIKDKIltClI,
tho manufacturing Jowelor, 00.1 7th Bt, opp Pat
FOR SALE AND KENT.
J") EAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOS. E, WAGGAMAN, 01,7 F Strcot.
Changes mado Wednesdays nnd Saturdays.
THRKESTOHY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
2210 to 2231 Boundarv st n W, b b. 4
20U J 102013 Boundary st n w, b h, 4
200 to 20 1 O st, and 1320 and 132824
st n w, b h, 4 nnd (I rms l.'l,50o
2211 to222u loth st n w, b h. 5 rms.... I3,(ioo
U too 7th st road , 11,300
1 733 to 17 til Est II W.C rms 11,000
7(11 to7lFarrnntitstn w, bh,5rms,. IJ.ooo
1801 to1805Lstn w. f h. 5 rms 8,000
1 to U, alloy bet 12th and lUth, M nnd N
ntsn w..., , 0,000
113lHolinitfi23dstnw. f b.-iy O.OOU
1740 N Y avo n w.b h, 14 r 0.000
112J 20th st n w, f h, 0 rs, nnd 2 housos
1311 1) st n w, f h, (I rs 5,000
SJ112H to 33 J 1 1' st n w, f h, 5 rs . . . . fi.uon
825 22dstn w.hh.Ors,., 4,800
ll23I'tnw, bh.7rs 4,500
4(mio411I)anr'snlley n w, b h,4 rs... 4 000
423 N st n w. f n. 5 r, nnd 2 houses roar -l.ouo
aoujsstnw. bh, ml,7rs... , 4,000
Foratorra of 2." yours, a valuable piecoof
business property on 11th st, near l'u nvo n w:
rent S125 por month und taxes; Icsseo to build
Rent per annum,
list. bct4thnndBthnc, 2t 00
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE,
8 w cor 3d and L sts n o,,. noa
(I st. hot 2d nnd Ud n o , n()u
Mst, bet 4)4 and Mills w , ,.50o
list, bet 1st and 3d n w , ,50o
Est. bqtUlth and 25th n w,.. 20o
WASHINGTON AND HOOKVILLE TURNPIKE
Lots 07, 38 and 30, nub-division 812 00
HOUSES FOR RENT.
2'iMyrtlost n c. 7 rs.. -v. - 310 42
80 Delrees st 11 W. 8 rs 15 00
720NCapst, 7rs , 15 00
21) Myrtle st, 7 IS., , 15 00
41 E st s w. (I rs. 11 (HI
121Kstno,Urs 12 00
27, 2l)nnd31EstaW,0rs.. 12 III)
luouu.-itlistn w.ilrs' 12 oo
802 Essex Court, Irs 11 50
ItU N J nvo so, 5 rs. ,.., ,., 10 00
STORES, 0F1HQES, KTO., FOR RENT.
Strl227Dstnw , ,, $50 00
strlTou l'u nvo n w 50 00
Strand cellar 212(1 11th st nw ,... 1J5 50
408 La avo, basement 30 oo
Mablo rear 141(1 1 Bt a w ,..., 45 oo
Htoro room 821 7thstnw 25 00
Str nnd dwg cor 10th and Dound'y sts n
w. Ilrs .- 15 00
401 7th st n w, 1st floor, rm 3 t 10 on
Cellar 15 13 M st u w 0 00
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Batons U, 8. bonds; ) por cent., payable quar
terly; In sums S100 to $1,000; small premium
In sums to snlt at 0 per cent.
Thq abovo Is only a portion of tho proporty on
my books. For full list call at oflloo for bullotlu
Issued on tho 1st nnd 15th,
X Real Estuto Broker, 031 F st n w, Room 4.
Special attention paid to tho exchange of all
descriptions of real ostato and personal prop
erty, mining stock, ote.
BESJ. P. DAVIS,
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
1310 F st, adjoining Sun Building;.
Suburban property a specialty.
MONEY TO LOAN.
6NEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AND
omor securities wtnout neiny.
JAMES F. BROWN,
Ileal Estate aud Loan Broker,
IIOUF stroot nprthwost.
f( TO 1,AS ON REAL ESTATE
JJJ In amounts to suit.
B. H. WARNER & CO..
OKI F Bt 11 W.
MO!Kr TO LOAN ON UEAf73aTJffil'jTor7
Drst-olass seourltles at lowest rates of In
terest. No delay where security w good.
3Q32th st n w.
MOSET TO LOAN ON IMPROVED CITYR EAL
estato. MoLACULAN 4 HATCHEUlUll,
1223 F st n w,
ONKY TO LOAN' IN SUMS. TO SUIT.
iajvu3l tavvs. io ueiay.
F. II. SMITH & SON,
1222 V st 11 W.
TVtlVnV ucitvuiv --,u -,-n. iin
1110 II street liul 1128 Eloventli stroot.
Hoarding und Day S,thQOl for yquns ladles ami
fourteenth vear onons Wednesday. Ootobor 3.
for reception ot boarding pupils; Thursday,
Oqtober4. for roccptlon of da;
Jiua, 41,. u. ou
j-lUE UERLITZ IJCHUOL OF LANGUAGES,
TERMS BEGIN NOW.
723 14Tn BT, N, W.
MISS IULCIPS CIVIL KERVICE INSTITUTE
AND BUSINESS SCHOOL. 1307 10th st n
w. Open all tho yoar. Pupils prepared for all
NORWOOD INSTITUTE -SELECT SCHOOL
FOR GIRLS. Apply at 14Q7 Muss, avo.,
Mr. nnd Mra. W.D. CABELL. Principals.
i-uii3iccqiyoi i.nny Time,
M'PO.VALll-Kl Lib' SCHOOL, (X)llT.ll MASS,
avo and 17th st, Washington, . o.
Seoond session, Fob. l J888v
Miss cutoheon's Evening Travel Class will
begin Fob. 20, 1803.
Thellrst lecturo on American Literature by
Prof. Lincoln, Fob. 14, 1888.
For Information address tho prlnolpal,
4' I8S ANNA HLLI3.
SPEWCERIAN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Three pntira floors. National Hank of the
Itenublla Hulldlni?. nnrnnr 7(1, nud lists, n. w.
Day and evening sessions. Youug mun und
ly trained for self -support, and
useful lives. Vivo coursosTliu Practical Bust
ness Courso, atonography, Typo-Wrltlug and
Grapliophone, Pitman sfiortliaiid, Praotleal
Eugllsh Braiiel'cs, Delsurto Hohool of Expres
sion. Sunolastlo year bolns Monday. Septom.
teinberU. College opens for urrungemcutsoii
mid after Mtimiay, August 27, Bond for iiuw il
lustrated annqiincomeiit. . ,
HENRY C. SPENOER, LL.ll., Principal.
MH8.8AHAA. Bt'ENtiElt. Vloo-1'rliielp.tl.
' ' '-. " '
TUSTH'S OLD STAND 13 TUB ONLY PLACE
tJ whero llrst-class second hand clothing nut
bo sold at ruspeetabla prices. Addrosi or call
at (I lot) stroot nortliwe.t,
0"" IVIbhKUVIUK EXAMINATION qUEriTIONsT
and answers, SendlOoto
8, W, FLYNN, A. M , Ivy lustltutp,
8 w oornar Bth and H sts n w.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
VV WASHlkOTON, D. O.
0, U. BTAPLES, lata pf Thousand Isl. House,
1 101 . Y. AVE,, COR. 1 1TH ST,
. rmanunt nud transient glietts tiocunmqdated
Cars to nil purts nf thu city pass tho door.
MRS. M. J. CQLLeY, ITuprlotruss.
WASIUNO'VON, D, C.
ROOMS EN 8UIT11 ANJl SINGLE,
During tlio ut uuinniLr a nqw udOltloii has
beonoreetud oomtUuliig tliq most lnxiirqtisos
tuurnitt looms hi thu olty.
iio200m TIL VELTEIl, Pi op
J. A O.WKT .i) ELEGANT I1QTEU
T. E. HOESBLK,
WASHINGTON, D. O
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Irqu lj'lro liugapos,
, TUB J18 J,0(Litnd LQIM'ur Day.
GILS It V IIOIISIC, ""
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Ninth 3t.,
NEW YQRK CITY.
JAM1CS 11, UltKSUN, l'roirtor.
t, jami:s IIOTIU.,
SIXTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA O.YE.,
L. WOODUUHY, Proprietor.
(Of Jonnlngs & Co.)
OF NEW YORK
Invitea the Ladlco to call at the
parlor E (1st floor),
And Examlno Her
Gowns, Cloaks, &c.
Mineral Spring Water.
Tills oxtrnordlnary wator romarkablo as a
groat natural remedial agent and, at tho Bamo
tlmo, when oarbonatod, a most delightful und
oxhllarntlng bovorago was discovered In tho
Contcnnlal Yoar 1S7II, on tho farm ot Mr. 0. P.
Maoglll, In Bnltlmoro County, situated on Green
Spring nvenue, about five miles north of pmld
Hill Park, and one-quarter of a mile from
Strontla Spring station, on tho Green Spring
Branch of the Northern Central Railway, Tho
elevation Is nearly eeven Imndrnl teet nbovo tide.
Stiontln wntor. wlillo possessing untouching
ciirntlvn properties, Is especially In Its highly
eirorvoscciit slato, a dollghtfnl and refreshing
bovcrage, promoting digestion, oto.
H wilt cure (lout nnd JiMimutltnu
Is will rcllove any disordered condition of tho
Liter, btomach anil Dowels, Diarrhoea and JJyt
entery. It will nitort the Tone of the Stomach and In
crease tho nnpotlto.
It will bo found of great servloo In Scrafulotu
Affection) and II'otiUum of tho Lungt,
In offering this wator to tho public tho Com
pany doslies to call attention to lta (landing of
tho citizens who testify to Its worth, not know
ing of another product which Bhows at home
higher testimonials of excellence.
From the President of the Board of
Health for the State of Maryland.
Towson, May 20, 1887.
O. P. MAcniLt, Esq. Dear Sir: It elves ma
Keat ploniuro to state that I was entirely re
ivod of Muscular Ehqutnatlsm ot ilx numthty
stanulng by tlio f reo uso of your strontla Water.
I suffered much pain and Inability to uso my
arms. 1 tried a number of remedies -without
e fleet. Notlolng the excellent results In Dr,
Uhancollor's caso, aud having always a high
opinion of tho water, I used It, with tho abovo
result, nnd havo had no return of tlia Rheuma
tism. Sincerely yours.
JACKSON PIPER. M. D.
From the Secretary r the Board of
Health for the State of Maryland.
DAUiMonn, Mail 11, 1887.
Cor. 0. P. Macoiix.
Dear Sir: Your Strontla Water has certainly
dono mo a groat deal of good. For sovoral years
I suffered palntul attacks of Rhoumatlo Gout,
for tho oure of whloh I was Induood to visit the
principal springs and water cures of Europe, us
woll as many In this country, hut without any
positive relief. I have received more benefit J I "m
drlnUng Strontla Water than rom alt other
pom cee anil I mutt reqard it at a very valuable
remedial aaent. As a table water and food sol
vont It Is unsurpassed, nnd.espocl&llv valuable
In many forms ot Dyspopsla.
Very truly yours,, '
C. W. CHANCELLOR, M. D.
Wo could add hundreds of others to thq abovo,
but space will not permit.
Manner in Which the Water is Put Up
EStrontla Water Is sold In effervescent condl
lion, In pint, quart and half-gallon glass bottlos
Eaoh bottlo boars upon Its face a yellow lauol
having a red centro and rod side squares, the
centra hearing a f ao simile of tho btrontla spring
house, which constitutes our Trade-Mark, and
a yellow nooV tabid having upon It the word
"Strontla." Tlio water Is alxo delivered In
effervescent condition, In siphons nnd founts.
In tho state In whloh It Is taken from tlio
spring, it is sold In pint, quart and half-gallon
glass, bottles, labeled as above.
EFFERVESCENT OR NON-EFFERVESCENT,
1 Case, 10W Galloa Dottlos $3 03
1 Doz . Dottles, quarts 1 7ft
I Caso, 50 Epttloa, quarts , f) 00
1 Enz. Dottles, pints ,,.. 12.1
X Cose, ioo bottles, pints,..., ,. a oo
1412 and 1414 Ponn. Ave.,
Solo Agont for tlio Distrlot of Columbia,
TTU1E NORFOLK, OLD FOUlX AND TIIL S0UT1I.
Steamer-GEORGE LEARY loavos Washington
Monday, Wednesday nad Friday, utf p. in.
Stonmor HDY OF THE LAKE. TPesday,
Thursdayand Saturday, at 5 P- a. (foot Sixth
Stroot Wharf. , '
steamer Loarv lands at Plnoy Point going and
Lady ot tlio Lako lands at Cornfield Harbor
nnd Colonial lleauh ou Saturdays, Steamer
from Washington dally, inoliidlngtliiudnys, until
further notice. Sunday at UP. ni.
Fure, Saturday jixeurslou, return Monday 7
a. ni S3 round trip.
Conpeotions mado at Norfolk with Old Dp.
minion stearnshlu Company for Now.York,
Knox aud Lloyd Expross will oall and ahogk,
bauguso ut hotels und prlvatu ruslduuuos.
Tolonbonu oall Leary, 7i!JU Mpsqlqy,
W. P. WELCH, Sunt. P. S. Co.
QKO. P. PHILLIPS. Sunt. LA
m. R.. Riley,
Corner Ninth and B Streets Northwest,
Isulosliigput all klmliof
DRV r GOODS
. At Vry HoiluueU ltatQ4,
IF W ii T r sjim.i.i.i.1.
E. G, DAVIS.
BLACK f DRESS GOODS, EMBROIDERIES,
Lues und Ti-lmniluu;H,
7ig Market Space, Washington, D. C,
XIX MOUNT VERNON!
hTEAMUli W, W, 0QHW1WN
Leaves 7th-t. Wharf dally (hxihiiiI; Sunday) for
At 10 o'clock a, in,; returnlin;, ronohes Wash-
liiKton about iliili) p, in.
CQMWISSONEfTOF DEEDS & N0TAI1IES
OH, HUNDY, COM'll Ol DIJKDH AN!)
, ury Public, -Ifts La. avo-, opp, City Hal
BH. EVANS, latll 1'aTRKETNOItTHWEHT,
, (ipinmUslouer nf Deeds Jor nil States and
t ui rltorlo-. Notui y Publhi, llouvj f iiiiul) lu -liilll.
I (Mueoessors to MoQIll & Wltlierow),
I'ltlN'VKIlS AND ai'EHUOrVPUItS,
1107 E Btriotu w, VuBhlinjttiu, . 0,
GOOD WORK AT i'Allt PJU0JS3,
A LRAUGII'S GRAND OPERA-HOUSE.
TONIGHT. MATINEE SATURDAY.
llI'CAULti OW3HA COMPANY,
(John A. MoCanll, Solo Proprietor and Manager)
Presenting tho great success,
BtTHE LADY OR THE TIGERS
THE COMPANY COMPRISES
Laura Jfooro. Marlon Manola,
DoWolf Hopper, EiiRcne Oudln,
Laura .Toyco-lloll, Annln Myc
Dluby Roll, JulTcrson ao Ansells,
Joiepblno Knapp, Charles W. Diiirau,
Edmund Stanley, .lolin.I ItafTael,
Hcrbprt Crlpps, Lindsay Morlsou,
AokoI llarliarn, Louis shradcr.
Hcrr Adolph Nowak, Jtmlcal Director.
Tlio production under, tho nuporvliion of Mme.
.,, .u , , J'athlliie Cotrolly.
All tho Original Hconcry, Costumos, Armors
and Properties used.
Pitrcits ..ur.o. to $i.r,o.
Noxt Wock-"LOHHA1NE," by tlia MoCanll
EW NATIONAL THEATRE.
TO-NIGHT. TO-NIOIIT. Tn.NintlT.
OPENING OF THE COMIO Ol'ERA 8BA80N.
THE J. C. DUFF COMIC OPERA COMPANY,
From tho Standard Theatre. Now York,
Jas. W. Morrlssov. Mnnnner,
80 PEOPLE, SOLOIbTH. CHORUS AND GRAND
Mon., Tnes., Wedns. and Wodns. Jtatlnco,
, A TKI1 TO AFUIOA.
Grand Spectacular Opera by Suppo,
Thurs., Friday, Saturday and Saturday Mat.,
THE I! HUG Alt STUDENT, '
Comlo Opera by Jtlllockcr.
SOLOISTS! LAURA IIECLINI, Acnes Stone.
Roso LolKhton. Maude Wilson, Emma Dolaro,
Harry Drown, Francis Ualllard, John Mooru and
PR1CGH. Sl-oO, 81, r0o, 230.
MONDAY, JAN. 11. (llllotto's Bpeotncular
adaptation of llaRgard's "SHE."
SATURDAY EVENING. JAN. 12,
GRAND CAMPANINI CONCERT COMPANY,
8K1NORINA DE VERB,
Tho nclabratod Prima Donna, who created a
furoro In Now York nnd Doston, and a Grand
Array of Talent, Including
MISS MAItlU (1E0EIIL,
SIGNOR 0LEMKNT1S BOLOGNA,
SIQ. ITALO CAMPANINI,
In a Magnlllcent Prom-ammo.
CONDUCTOR SIGNOR FBRRARI.
Reserved seats, GOc, 7Gc, SI und $l.r0.
Salo of sonts opens on Thursday, January 10,
at K. F. Droop's, 0U3 Pa. avo. n. w.
T3 ARRIS' BIJOU THEATRE.
WEEK JAN. 7 Mntlnoou Tues., Thnrs. and Sat.
MR. WILLIAM REDMUND nnd
MRS. THOMAS BARRY,
Supported by tho Rodmund-Barry Co., in thoir
latest and groatoat sucuoss,
HER mj NIE,
Noxt Weok-HARBOR LIGHTS.
TT-ERNAN'S NEW WASHINGTON THEATRE.
Matlucos Hon., Tues., Thurs. and Sat.
NELSON'S GREAT WORLD COMBINATION,
Headod by Europo'a Greatost Feature,
The Promler Aorobats of tho World, and many
Choap prlcos at matlncos 10, IP and 2Tio.
RIDER & ADDISON,
Wholesalo and Retail Dealers la
PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
314 Klnlltll St. N. IV., neur l'a. Ave.
Orders or requests lor quotations given per- '
nal attention, aud Butlsfaotiou guaranteed la
o and quality.
Barbour Law Unlldlnir 100 La. Ave.
WASHINGTON, D. C
Residence, Nq, 1218 II st. Northwest, '
8. L. WIU.ETT.
S. U. QirrxME
Vermont live, nnd I. st. n. v,
Choloo Grocerlos, Meats nnd Provisions.
Tho Best Goods at tho Lowest Prices.
Marketing dollvercd freo.
Burnstine Loan OHlce,
301 l'enn. Avo. N, W.
Money loaned on Gold and Silver
Watolies, Diamonds, jewelry. Pistols, Guns, La
los'und Gentlemen's Wearlnir Apparel.
Old Gold and Silver bouuht.
Unrodoomud Pledues For Sale.
EDWARD F. DROOP,
025 VKNNA. AVENUE.
Call and oxamlnq tho largo stook of
Gablar ABro., A. 11. Ohaso, Marshall & Wen
dell. Wlieolnok, Deoker A Bon, Drlsas, Grove
stcon & Fuller und other
Piano sold on Installments, Exohanrjed,
Rented, Repaired, Tuned, Moved and Stored,
Sheet Muslo, fnroWn and domostlo: Muslaal
indso.,oto.,ooiiitaiilly on hand, llaujo, Guitar,
Maudollii. violin and Cello Htrmk'1 a specialty.
Grand, Upricht and Squaro
Special attention of Holiday purchasers H In
vited tn our
vj(EV AlVl'W'ia bTVLKfi,"
Finished In duslsns of
"HICIUIW DECORATIVE AWT."
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Heoond-liaud Pianos at All Prices,
WM. KNABT3 & CO.,
8i7 Market Space.
H. O, BHRR,
Importor ond Tailor.
Fall and Winter Goods,
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND SCOTCH SUITINGS,
ETC, JUST ARRIVED.
MR. DAKR personally Jits nil earmonts mada
lii our Mstubiishiricnt,
1111 Penna. Avenue.
Huviiigreuoutly titled ap.i
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am prepared to furnish
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Photographing pn Wood for tile Trade.
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