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THE EVENING POST, TIIUTISDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1SSS.
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The Evening Post
(and Wasmxoton Oniric)
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENINO.
WASHINGTON POST COMPANY.
Corner Tenth and D Streets and renn,
WASIIINaTOK, D. C.
'New Semes, No. 10 Omtio Series, No. 0,313.
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Hy Carrier, pcrmontl 38 Cents
117 Mall, per month, postago paid 40 Cents
By Mali, per year, postage paid .81.50
"WASHINGTON, NOVEMBER. 1, 1888.
Tun authorities of tlio Wcntlicr
Huroau nutl those of the Jookoy Club ap
pear to liavo burlud their differences,
nnd there 13 such wenther for tho races
ns mnkctii tho heart glad. Yesterday
was a perfect turf day, and thousands
mndo Ivy City a scene of splendid
revelry. This Is another, and what was
yesterday will find itself repented to-day.
"Wo congratulate tho Bureau and the
Club, and ndvlso all factions, of what
ever nature, to pattern after theso two,
and let tho sun shlno in magnificent har
mony on tho world. Selah.
Votes in Indiana this year arc quoted
at an advnnco on the standard figure of
$2. Competition Is the life of trade.
Kiustus Wiman. in an address last
night, on existing conditions affecting
the relations between tho United States
and Canada, and hi tho course of his ro
marks said: "It is ns certain as tho sun
shines that a chango impends in the re
lations between tho two countries.
Canndians mistake Grover Clevoland if
thoy think ho will stop short of his pur
poso In enforcing tho retaliatory policy
whether ho triumphs or is defeated in
tho impending conllict for tho Presi
dency." Politics in Indiana nro iu a condition
of "pull Dick, pull Devil,"
Three million four hundred thousand
dollars is tho amount said to Imvo
been made by the members of tho Georgia
Company in tho transfer of tho stock
in tho Central Bniliojd to the Blchmond
Terminal Company. There were four
teen members of tho company, nud the
profits uccruing to each one amounted to
nearly n quarter of a million dollars.
Tho members wcro II. II. Ilolllns, Eman
uel Lehman, .lolin II. Inman, August
Belmont, jr., of New York; A. Ii. llnrt
ridge and E. P. Alexander, of Savannah ;
Joseph Swain, G. B. Klssell nnd Meyer
Lehman, of Now York; l'.it Calhoun, of
Atlanta; John 0. Calhoun, Alfred Sully
nnd I. L. Hico, or New York, nnd li W.
Clark ,of I'hlladclplda.
Accohding to official reports God
saved tho Tsar in tho recent railroad
accident near Borki. Tho Nihilists
Col. Dudley says Harrison's majority
n the electoral college should not bo less
than ono hundred. The Coloncljs prob
ably not betting very extravagantly that
As will be seen by our dispatches to
day the suggestion of retaliating upon
Canada for indignities upon American
fishermen lias aroused tho eroatcst in
dignation in the Dominion. Col. Den
Ison, captain of tho Governor Genernl's
body guard, said at a public dinner of
tho Caledonian Society tho other night:
"Things aro crowding upon us very
fast. Wo shall probably soon bo callod
on I mean thoso of us who aro loyal to
the British ling to defend tho llfo of
tho country." Such talk and tho denun
ciations of tho Orangemen are just tho
tilings to drlvo tho Irish vote to tho
Congressman McComas is charged by
his opponents with being a plagiarist and
several of his back county constituents
aro wanting to know what In thunder
Colored Hisrunr.icANs and whlto Dem
ocrats met In procession in Now York
yesterday and proceeded to give a living
representation of Southern politics at
election time. Sovcral of each color
were injured but nobody was killed.
Till! BntTisii GovunNMUNT considers tho
Sackvlllo incident unded. They havo
not yet, however, been advised of tho
date of Lord Sackvillo's return. It is
"possible that some timo may elapse be
fore a new embassador will bo sent to
Washington by the Government. In
American circles in London some anxiety
is expressed for the appointment to the
post of Lord Duffcrin, ex-Viceroy of
India, former Governor General of Can
ada. Tup, Commissioners nro still in status
quo as to tho number of saloons to tho
block. Tlioy must not overlooK the fact
that Congress is not in bcssion, and the
number decided upon now may have to
It is believed in Borlln, and In most
of tho other European capitals, that tlio
accident to tho C.ar's train was tho result
of a Nihilist plot.
Is (tiilnlrio Dangerous?
William 1'. Hutchinson, M. 1)., In tho
American Magazine for October, under the
caption, "Tlio Calendar of Health," write ns
follows with regard to tho usa of qulnlno as a
specific icmeily for malaria:
"There Is no known drug that destroys
malaria like quinine, but taken alone up to
enough to do any good, It elucbonUcs, pto
dttooj ilnglng In tlio oais, dizziness and other
Mmptoiisliidlnntlujtbat iho bralu Is affected.
Continued In this way fur months, a cerebral
x-uwIIHoti mav bo Induced, with all Its duu
geious train of npoplet), paralysis ami even
Hut modem selcuco knows a remedy for
"If witli every dose of quinine twenty gialus
of biunilde of sodium ho given In nniphisolll
Won, the latter cnuee tho cerebral blood ves
sels to contract liojoud quinine power to ex
pand, and all tho goud that thr latter Is capa
ble ul Is dono without danger."
Ono thing qiilulnu cuitutnly docs, It tends to
mlueu vIiIIb strength, and many writers havo
attributed the mcagio Infant population of
some of our fever-Infested legions to its bane
ful effect Iu this direction.
Freeman -Don't you think this doctrine of
I n f ii lit damnation a horrible oner
rjii'. (slawlyi Woll, I don't know. I
us' d to think that way, but slnco the Howler
family and their now baby moved next jor to
inu I'm klud of wuvcrlug, kind of wavering
WHAT 11KLVA WOUIil) DO.
l'ubllo Measures Sho Would l'nror if
" Well, how docs tho work progress P"
Mrs. Ihlva Lockwood wns asked by New
York Sun reporter.
" 0, very favoroblj'. I have spoken
every night sinco I left here, huvo.engiigc
mciiU for ccry night until election,
when I go to headquarters in Washing
ton to rccclvo the returns, nfter which I
lmvo still further engagements for lec
tures. I have rnado abotlt forty bpcccltes
" Aren't you very tiled ?"
" Not tired at nil. Why should I be?
I tnko things cooly, nnd don't get all ex
cited nnd wild like men."
" What Suites do you expect to
" 0, nono nt nil, but I expect many
more votes than I hnd in 1884, nnd I ex
pect tho votes will bo counted this time,
una not, tnrown out as tney wero ucrorc.
Wo nro strongest in Iown, New York,
Cnllfornln, Tennessee, Kentucky, llhodo
Island nnd Vermont, for theso States nro
nil regulnrly organbod, and much work
lms been done. Wo nro having many
calls for our ballots from dllferent cities
whero little electioneering has been done.
Five hundred ballots nro sent from Utica
and ns many from other towns. Wo In
tend to put our electoral tiokct in tho
hands of every county cleric"
liaising tho Funds.
" How do you raiso tho money for nil
,. "Well, women know how to moke a
Ultlo money go a long wnys, nnd, ns our
speakers are all voluntary workers, our
expenses aro mostly for printing and
postage. Mrs. Hicks-Lord has given us
somo money, nlso Mrs. Diusmorc, nnd
other women, nnd men, too, havo Riven
tis smnll nmounts, but wo raiso tho money
for the most part ourselves. I do not
speak nnywhero unless I am sent for,
nnd they pay mo for coming, nnd every
where I receive courtesy uu'd respect.
As far as tho fun in tho newspapers is
concerned, I llko it becnuso it makes
peoplo rend tho articles."
"11ns Mr. Lowe holpcd you nt all?"
" No, but ho allowed us to uso his
name. There is a letter going tho rounds
or tho papers purporting to bo from him,
declining to accept the nomlnntlon, but
as it is u verbatim copy of the letter
ho wrote last summer ami sinco recalled,
I nm nlmost sure it Is oidy a fresh beiiAii
tion over the old letter."
" How many speakers havo you 'on
" About fifty men nnd women, nil
good workers, and Mr. Covert of New
ionc uougnt, a tent, in wii c h 1 liavo
spoken and in which work is dono for
" Why do vou go to this troublo and
oxiienso for nothing?"
' Because, wo know tho time is nrar
when bruin not biawn is to control the
world, when the Constitution will bo
interpreted literally nnd justly, nnd tlio
ruio oi lorco wiu oc nuoiisiicd."
Tlio Priuclplo llppiesentrd.
" What great principlo do you repre
sent, and whnt reforms would you in
ctltutc?'' " I represent tlio principlo of equal
rights to men and women equal self
supporting education for boys and gills.
I would havo n woman earn her living
ns well as a man, and abolish tho wicked
practice) of mnrryiug for support, Yes,"
with a laugh, " 1 would have u girl havo
tho right to pav for her own ticket to
tho theater, nnd not to make somo poor
young mnu spend half his salary for
ilowcrs, carriages and tickets, or bo called
stingv and mean. As for reforms, I
would iltst havo n money reform; call
in tho United States bonds ns fast ns
possiblo with tho surplus, wipo out thu
nntlonul banks, nnd issuo gold nnd silver
certificates directly from the Treasury.,
I don't want, nny better security tlmn
tho United States Treasury, and sliver
nnd gold certificates uro good icuough
money for me."
" Then I would have n inbor reform,
and provldo legislation to punish peoplo
who gnmlilo in prodtico or money. Tlio
time bus como when there ought to bo u
limit to tho accumulation of vnst sums
of money; nnd when n man becomes pos
sessed of means over and nbovo a certain
amount, which shall bo fixed by law, I
would tjtx them so heavily that the tax
would balanco tbei arlmndnnco with
others' poverty. The supply and demand
of necessary commodities should regulato
their price, and no comninntlon or men
be nllowed to bur them up and set a
prieo on them. Trusts uro tho crying
evil of the times.
The Indian Question.
" About tho Indian question. I would
civille, educate, nnd render self-support-Inir
nil Iiidiuns In tho same wuv that tho
negroes havo been mndo self-supporting.
I would pay them honestly the debt wo
owo them, and glo them their land in
iovcralty for a teim of years, say, twenty
live, until tho present gencintlon of
children could be educated up to the de
mands of civilization. They nro Iu the
right; there is no justice in the United
Statcrf insisting on buying laud of them
for S5 nn acre nnd selling it for 31 .2.1.
" I think the Chinese have been mis
used nnd ill-trcateil In every way. If
this country is receiving more emigra
tion tlmn it enn assimilate let nil emigra
tion bo stopped. I know peisounlly of
n Clilunmiiu who hnd been brought up
In our country, wns educated iu our in
stitutions, graduated fiom ono of our
colleges, nml wns a member of a Baptist,
church, and when ho attempted to inako
ins declaration oi intention wns ionised.
Yet, it is scarcely two decades blnco illu
minations blazed in our cities when tlio
Burlhighnm treat v was signed by tho
1'ioldcnt nnd tho Emperor which opened
Ciuiii'so ports to Unite I States vessels,'1
"What about tho pensions?" ,
Abolish tlio l'onsloii Oltlce.
" I would pension overt honorably
discharged soldier nnd abolish every pen
sion office. Wo pay millions of dollars
to pension agents now. I nm ono myself
nnd know nil nbout it. Every soldier's
it'coril is Jn thu War Department, and
the clerks in thnt deportment could at
tend tp all the pension business if every
soldier had his rights."
" Would you enlarge tho Brie Canal,
nnd do you favor tho annexation of
' The Brio Cnnnl bus mndo New York
tlio ICmpiro State, nnd such Improve
ments as it requires I should most cci
tninly make. I favor tho annexation of
Canada if it can bu off octet! without wnr
and tlmy drslro it. My policy is pte
cmlnentlv n pence policy, nnd I would
nboIMi the standing nrmy so soon ns I
had by arbitration secured ttcutlrs of
lieuco with foreign, nations. I would
settlo all difficulties, strikes nnd upris
ings by arbitration brains, not liiawii.
I must say thnt the tarlll ought to lie re
duced and must be, and the Hepulil lewis
recognize it, only they (line not say so
at picsent. Tlio Tarilf bills In tlm
Democi-ntlo House nnd liepubllcnn Sm
ut o reduce the tarlll almost equally, and,
with nil the lino and cry, it won't mnko
a penny's dlirercnco to tho country
whether HurrJson or Clavolnnd is
Freedom for Womim.
"What would vou do for women in
your tnielt,y ns President P"
" I would allow them to enter freely
Into comiKjlJtion for ovcry olllco, tmdo
and profession, and to receive equal pay
with men. AVomeu aren't fitted for pub.
llo plnoPH, ns a general thing. '(hey
only half do things becnuso thev think
they will bo married nnd will not neul
to work, and whether a girl teaches,
sews, cooks, aluts, or wh.it not. she
only dors It for a pastime Mnpomrlly
until she has a chanco tu be married "
" Do you advocate women N voting
under tlio present conditions?''
"No, I wouldn't, ndvlso thorn to. hut
If they do I sliull defend them. Theio
is no lonson why they shouldn't vute In
the Stnto of Now Yoik, for the word 'he'
only ooeuis twloo In tho Constitution,
tind the Kevbed Statutes or the United
Sates declares that whoicver tho words
'lie,' 'his,' or 'bun' occur in nny law
lhry shall mean mulo and female nllko
I belli vu, too, that under th' laws of
tlio United Stutes woinou cuu lojrully
vote. Tho tlmo for that has not come,
but it is not far oil, nnd the chief object
of this campaign is to prepare tlio world
A TYPICAIi XllllIiKMAX.
Count 1)1 Montcnllorl llrutnlly
Ills Ainorleiiti Wire,
irarls Cnblo to the New York Herald.)
Another falluro must bo added to tho long
list of utilioppy uulons between Kuropenn
titles nnd American dollars, l'arls U talking
to-night about tho sudden termination of tho
honcymooti of Count and Countess VI Mont
callcrl, neo Miss Virginia Knox, of 1'Ittsburg.
Their marrlago was celebrated nbout a fort
night ago In Pittsburg with great eclat. Tho
bridal couplo arrived In l'arls last Sunday
nnd engaged a suite ot rooms at tho Hotel
licllovuo, In tho Avcnuo do 1'Opcra, prepara
tory to continuing their Journey to tho castlo
which tho Count said his mother possessed ou
the Adriatic. It wns apparent that tho btldo
wns not happy, nnd early on Monday morning
the guests wcro aroused by shiloks from the
Countess' chamber, followed by cries for
Somo guests dressed hastily and ran Into thu
corridors. Tho manager ot tho hotel burst
open tho door nnd found tho Countess strug
gling with her brutal husband, her hair
disheveled, her night dress torn and her body
Tho Count released his victim, who rushed
to the manager, crjlng beseechingly: "Save
mc from him. Turn him out of tho hotel; ho
lias got no money. Ho cau't pay you. lurn
Tho Count protested against tho Interfer
ence, and attempted to pull Ids wlfo hack;
whorcupon sho gnvo him a stinging blow In
tho face with her clenched list. Ho tried to
return tho blow, but was prevented by tho
manager nnd thomalo guests.
Tho unfortunate brldo told tho manager sho
had been thoroughly deceived In her husband.
Sho believed him to bo a man of means, but
learned too late that ho was not only penniless,
but an Inhuman brute. At first she supplied
him liberally with money, but nothing seemed
to 6atlsfy him. When sho refused to give him
more, ho commenced beating her. Tho man
ager told tho couplo ho could not ullow guests
to bo disturbed, and they must leave tho hotel
Immediately. Tho unfortunato wlfo, who
deeply felt tho dlsgraco, burst Into tears, and
pleaded to bo allowed to remain, but tho mali
nger was Inexorable. They wero obliged to
leave, and took tho early tralu for Italy.
On Dangerous CJroiimt,
"Look, bore," said tho city editor of a dally
paper to a reporter, "I want to speak to you
"I've noticed that you nro always careful to
punctuate your articles throughout."
"Well, you want to stop It. And another
thing; you aro altogether too particular nbout
"Why, I'm euro I never thought that thoso
things could bo regarded as faults."
"That's all rleht. You needn't bo trylug
to square yourself. 1 can tell you right hero
that any base conspiracy on your part to frcezo
tho city editor out ot a Job is going to get a
largo sired holo punched through it. You
want to bo moro careful la tho future." Mer
Mercv Is so good a6crvanttbatlt will novcr
allow Its master to dlo a beggar. The virtues
that llo In Warner's Log Cabin Plasters aro ns
beneficent nnd lasting as tho qualitlcsot mercy,
llrst and cheapest porous plaster In market.
All druggists sell It.
A UCTION SALE OF
'J plediros, on Saturday,
Nov. 3. 1S88 nt
nau-pasi v p, m. l win sou nt uui ra. avo.,
corner 'Jd n. w., all pledges forfeited by non
paying Interest up to this ddto, consisting of (lno
gold aud silver watches, diamond Jewelry of nil
kind, silver and sllvor-plated wnro, guns, pis
tols, opera, field glasses, musical liiStrumonts,
clocks, rugs, blankets, sproads,. umbrellas,
clothing, shoes. Parties holding tickets will
please tako notice that all pledges from No. 1
touio ore Included in this sale. IIENItY B.
LASKEY. Broker, Jt. FOLEY. Auctioneer.
"O Y GEOltGE W."STICKNEY, Auotloncer!
THUSTEES' SALE Q ONE-HALF TINI1I
VIUKD INTJ3UBST TO VALUED UNIM
PltOVED I'HOI'EHTY ON THE N0IIT11 SIDE
T STREET, UETWKEN 11TH AND 15TH
Byvlruoof n certain dood of trust, duly re
corded In Liber No. 1200, folio 3 17 ot seq , ono
of tho land records of tho District of Columbia,
nnd at Ilia requoat ot tho party secureil thereby,
we will sell at publlo iiuotlnii, In front of tho
premises, on THURSDAY, tlio 1st day of No
vember, A. D. 1888, at .1:30 p. m., a one-half
undivided Interest In and to tho west forty
elttht (18) feet, eight Inches fronting on T
ntrect by tho full depth (110 feet) of original lot
numbered two (2), In siiunro two hundred mid
no(205), situate In tlio ulty of Washlngiou,
District of Columbia.
Terms of bale: Ono-thlrd cash, balanco In six
anil twelve months. In notos secured by deed of
trust sccurort UKn the property sold, bearing
Inteiestatthorntoof six per cent, per annum,
pa able scml-anuunlly, or nil cash, at purchaser's
One hundred dollar deposit required at tlmo
ofs.de; nil conveyancing and recording at pur
chaser's cost. Terms of sale to bo compiled
within ten days.
D. II. WAItNEIt,
codids UEOHGE E. EMMONS, Trusteos.
Tho nbovo salo Is postponed to WEDNESDAY,
NOVEMBER 7, lbHH, same hour nnd place.
11. II. WAIINEH,
(iBOIlOE E. EMMONS, Trustoes.
VV?.nA8T WASHINGTON, D. O., OOTO
VyvtE ber 27. ISSH.-Tllo firm of MITCHEL
MORE ARNOLD, Upholsterers, doing busi
ness nt 302 B street, Is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. Mr. Mltehelmoie rrssumes all
the liabilities ot the Into firm, and will contluuo
business as heretofore,
It CHARLES II. ARNOLD.
rrtlENDS OF THE ADMINISTRATION
As wo enter upon tho last week of tho Presi
dential Campalan, ptrinlt tlio undci signed to re
mind the good people of the DlstrlU ot all classes
that while many havo generously responded In
support of tho Dcmocratlo cause, tln.ro nro mul
titudes who undoubtedly doslio Its triumph
and nro sntlsfled with tho stnto of nllalrs In thu
country during Iho hut four ye.irs.nnd who Mould
deprecate any such radical uhuiigo us Its tie
fiat would entail, havo as yot rendered no nld
In accomplishing tlm result. It Is believed that
a little lelluctk-n will piomnt alt such to con
sldtrth.it a 'rldontlal campaign oiniiot bo
tarrltd on without luvolvliu a legltlm.ito out
heavy burden of eipcn o. and that It Is only Just
that this buidenKhould beborno, twf by it single
I)tton, but by thu whole body of Hie peoplo
who belluo Iu maliitnliilng the principles and
nolloy of tho present Administration.
Every dollar contributed will bo
bonostly und legitimately omploved,
and whoover gives now will doubly
nld tho mnk to bo done. Contributions will bo
received by MaJ. Diaries 8. .lones, at rooms of
National Dcmotiatlo Committee, tl.Hl !' stuet
northwest. Remittances hv mall khoulil ba ad
dressed to tho undirtlgnod. Ick Box 322,
1AMKS L. NORRIS.
Advisory Committee, nnd Treasurer of tho
National Dcmocratlo Commlttco of tlm District
of Columbia. oc20-0t
VJpC , , JOSEPH M GRADY
jl H lshc his friends to know that ho Is
now connoctfd with tho loue or
HOJIINhON, PARKER ft CO.,
FINE UI.O THIERS,
310, Kouthemtcor of 7th nml Dstrcots,
Where he will bo alad to personally attend to
tholr wants. iiciU-tf
isrCSPHILIl' T. HALL,
U'CST UOS V street n w.,
Makes a spcohuty of euUoin-inndo shirts, so
place your order with him at unco,
WZii iron und Timber Lauds.
A. E. HANDLE bo to ca'l tho special atten
tion of persons duslrlng tnaequlmsueh prop
ctty In largor Hinull tracts at tho very lowest
prlcos. Full partloulars on application. Ad
dross 303 7th St., u. w., Washhutoii, I). 0.
tfi'SSs.N'OW, 18 THE TIME TO BUY YOUR
Swr2i coal for tho fall and winter. Wit E.
HODGE, wholesale and retnll muter In Wood
aud Coal, Bottom prices. Full weight nnd
mciiMiro All under shelter, (jlvo mo a trial.
Office und yard: Twollth, between Baud S sts.
ti. w. Telephoiio connection
vfrCfcIOIN A CLUB NO w'a Nil's AVE THE'
J"!. retailor's profits. CHRISTMAS IS
COMING AM) YOU WILL WANT A WA I'CII.
Wn offer groat reductions In prices of 1INIS
GOLD WATOHKH. CHAINS, DIAMONDS AND
JEWELRY. JOIN A Ci.l'B NOW und yon will
buve your WA'ICIIUK FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Call nt our offlee, ftlft 7th st n. w., or rend
postul nnd our ugonU will cull on ) oil with u
Hue ot samples.
ADRAII .M L. SALTZKTEIN. Jr.,
JIunuKcr of 'I ho Now Yoi k inch Llitb ( o
Bin 7th st. n. w., bet. E and F sis.
VfcCS00 TO ""' MENULRT'S, .till OTH
VS , street northwest, for the (lelebrated
Columbia 1 uU-woluhl oolen Yarn, Stump
luiE done. All materials (or needlework.
I U, 1ST AND lllll Drill u-iitm.w
ivuiins, corner oi wiuer mm ir-M streets.
Washington, 1). (.'. Tolcphono Call, .Ilia a.
Hoofs, lirlditei, Turn-Tnblos, oto. Itollcd Iron
and Stool Ileiuns, t'lmtmols, Anglos, etc. Cast
ings of every description, ormimcntnl Cast and
wrought-tron Work a specialty. iuni, rtl
mates nnn Strnln-Slieets promptly furnished on
application, Speelitl facilities for Ilunvy Cast
ings. Capacity of works, r oon tons pornnnum.
Owner nna (leu oral Manager,
JOHN WAltt), rilKACHKR.
TIIE0VI,'9Ni:ST, by Wlster.
HAYMONl) Ki:itSHAy, by Cox.
TlirJSTOKY OP AN At'lttCAN 1'AItM.
' ' W. II. JIOllltlSOM,
13.11 rSTHKET N0IIT11WKST,
W2 (.0 to
I WILLIAM IIAIIT,
Corner Oth nud O sts n w.. .
Under National Hotel.
JJfkMOORE & SCHLEY,
I1AKKI3HS AND IlItOKIiHS,
20 llllOAU &TIIKET, NEW YOItK,
MEMBKIIS OP THE NEW YOItK STOCK KX
, ' CHANGE.
rniVATE WlItE CONNECTIONS WITH COft
J .KESl'ONBKNTS AT
WASHINGTON, I), C.
Correspondents In Washington,
COHSON & JIACAHTNEY,
1 111) F STHEKT
STOVES. IIAN0E3 AND FURNACES.
IlKI'AIIiltia NEATLY DONE.
KITCHEN PUItNISIIINO GOODS, ETC.
NO. H13 SEVENTH ST. N. W.,
NEAll PENNA. AVE.
Choapor thin over.
Exnintno our extensive stock boforo pnrchaslnc.
HAYWAltD & HUTCHINSON,
121 Oth St.
Vh-SfSi.I HAVE ItETUHNED TO THE CITY
W"0! nnd rrsuniul praetlco. JOSEPH T.
DUSI1JIAN, Veteilnnry Surgeon, onicc. Wash
Nnylor's stnblo. Telephone, 81U, oc27-!Ut
VJtjgi LAMAR & ZACHRY,
3. F. 1'HtLLlPS, ATTOltNEYS.
oc22-ly Sun Building, 1315 F stroet.
Vn-G?a.Dlt. HUNTER'S BLOOD PILLS CUIUS
kyvai all Impurities In nil Its forms nnastasos:
scrorula, eczema nnd skin dlsonses speedily
cured. Also excellent for urinary nml kldnoy
diseases. PrleoSl. For salo ntSTANDIFOKD'S
Pharmacy, Oth and F r. w. Open nil night;
vfji,w.-o7 MCTSSEiwrr .t co., musio
yji Dealers have n moved from Pennsyl
vania avcnuo to tholr now building, 1110 F el u
w, threo doors west of W. U Moses & Sons.
Oldest anil most oxtonslv so mulo establishment
In tho city.
WfiS H. H.EVANS, 1321 Fit nw,
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR ALL)
STATUS AND TERRITORIES.
Telephone 003 3. Hours from 0 to '1:30.
CHOICE WESTERN CUT AND LONG HAY.
1 ; FANNED OATS
Constantly ..cm Hand at tho Lowest Jturkot
II. D. COCHRAN,
Wholesaloand Retail Dealer In
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HARNESS,
3317 FOURTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
liSMAVINa "increased" FACILITIES
KrsSl for themanufautorynnd delivery of
Confectionery. Foielun nnd Domestlo- Fruits,
etc., orders will bo dollvcrod promptly. Per
sons wishing orders for Ico Creams, Custnls,
Ices, Charlottes, etc, for Sunday will pleaso
leave their orders as early Saturduy as con
venient. GEOROE W. WEIDMAN,
303 Pn. avo. s. o.
VffCSa.GROOAN'S INSTALLMENT HOUSE."
W22 Having i omovcil to my Now btoro,
731) nnd 711 t-oventh st. n. w.,
I nm propared to sod chcaner than unv othor
credit houso hi the city. Our stock of CAR
PETS. OILCLOTHS, 'MATTINGS, HUGS,
HKATING AND COOKING hTOVEB, PARLOR,
BEDROOM. DINING-ROOM AND KITCHEN
FURNITURE Is complete, nnd will bo sold on
Ci edit cheaper than they can bo sold olsowhero
for cash. Como and eeo us and yon will bo sat
isfied that '
GROOAN'S, 730 and 7 11 7th St. n. w
IS 'JRB PLACE TO DEAL.
All Carpets boituht from us wo will ruako aud
lay on the floor free of cost.
tfrS?U!iK11 ' l'HIST, ETcT-'THEWISIl"
Ics-i for health on dally walks depend," and
thousands, from far nnd noar, visit Dr. White's
establishment, 1 11(1 Pa. hvo , opposlto Wlllard's
Hotel, for relbf from and avoidance of ullinents
of tho leot. Dr. Whlto's twonty-olght consecu
tive j ears of praetlco In Wnshlnuton, D. 0.
vn----v.LADIES LMHESI LADIES!
WsCS JIr .McCallerty Is tho only hat and
bonuet-framo irianiifnetuter In tho city,
and see hor new slupus. Blenching and press
Straw and I'olt Hats nltored to tho latest
Ordcis numiitlv attended to.
looo G stroet n, w.
J-a.NEW musio STOHE.-ALL KINDS OF
VjC Mieel Mu,o nml Muslo Books; all tho
fto and 100 iiiusir piitillshcd. HENRY WHITE,
005 7th st. ii w opposlto Patent Oftlco.
LOW 1'ltlUKS THIS JIONTH.
I'uco your orders wnn
B.C. CARTER. lOl'II AND!) STREETS, S, W.
BRANCH RI) : 403 K Btreot, 8. W.
VJra.LOVEIlS OF GOOD BREAD SHOULD
The best flour In tho world.
rroprlctbrsof tho Original Roller JIllls,
Georgetown, D. 0.
"jjwS.i.AllIE'J CAN HAVE THEIR FELT
k)sS bnlpifsiilln thu now Fall styles.
Don't forget, number, Whltlnu's ulouchliig aud
Millinery Establishment, 618 Tenth street
ytoSPa.1"'1 UHS-WJI. E.SPALDING i, CO.,
hRST 022 12th st, n. w., near 1' st.
For All Kinds of Work.
17015 hAl,I.-.l lii.ll bTN W, PARLOR AND
U bedroom fiirnitiiio, carpet, stoves, dishes,
Bhados, curtain p,lcs und toilet setseliuip
170H SALir-A IIMNES .; BRO. 7 OCTAVE
I; piano, in j.t older, reasonable. Apply
Immediately ai rjipt.
MONEY TO LOAN.
iTOfi OfillT!' un" 0N '"' j:statjs
S LUVlUUU in iinmtints to suit
' ' 11. H. WARNER fi CO.,
010 1 st 11 w.
MONK. TO Kin ON HEAL ESTATE 01?
flrst-c nr .. urlt en at Inwekt idtos of In
tel est. No delay wliure security Is imod
30,1 7th ht 11 w.
1225 F st II W
'" ' A' IMl'ROVEDC'I t'Y REAL
Vt 1. UHLAN & HATUIIELDER,
M" "'J11 lOAX'lN BUMS" TO SUIT
Iwostrui., n delay.
V. II. SMITH ,t, hON,
1222 I' at 11 w.
ATTO RN EY s'-AT-LAW.
Barbour Law hui h4 JO'lla Ave
Hosldenoe uu 121S Ust. Northwest.
rANTED-A WOMAN WHO CAN AND
Y I will do cooltlnjr. wnshlng nnd Ironing for
n family of six, at HO! i'oiin. avo. southeast,
WANTED-A ItESI'ECrAHLl! COLOHKI)
wo'nnn wishes wnslilne to tako home or
work by the day, 1021 U'Jd street, between
WAN rED-HY A N EAT AND T1 in'COL
orcd girl, it situation In prlvnto family ns
chambermaid or chambermaid and waitress:
city references, Call or uddiots -1U7 Franklin
ANTEII-EVr.RYBODY TOKNOW THAT
Rico's Steam Cleunlnc Wnrkx. .inn Mulnn
avo s w, cleans oa-pots, renovates feathers,
stoams mattresses nnd remakes thomi nlso, fur
nltuiu steamed In tho best manner and at low
V I'. WALDECRER A CO., mannfaeturos
muslcnl Instruments nnd Btrlngsj repairing a
specialty. 1117 0th stnw.
WAMEO-SCIIOOL B00Ks7lAW BOOKS,
medical books, for cash. P. CHERRY,
710 K st and 1227 32d St.
AJiTED- IT KNOWN THAT C. S. IlUNDY
of .ITiS La nvu. iinn CltvHalL ll romml.s-
slonor of Doods for nil tho Stales and Terri
tories. WAMED-OLl) aOLD AND SILVER
bought Jor cash by WM. FRIEDERICH,
tho manufacturing Jowolcr, 003 7th st, opp Pat
r?OR RENT-A SIX HOOJr BRICK HOUSE,
IJ No. .170)1! Missouri avo 11 w, near Oth st,
Applytu James Kelchcr, 423 8th st 11 w.
IPOR RENT-2020 L STREET, 7 BOOMS
! now; cellar: 82B.30. 2237 clovoland avo
nuo: tlxroomH; water; Introbe; SU.30.
WIIITAKEK & JORDAN, 1 117 F St.
IpOR RENT-A HOUSE WITH NINE BOOMS
JL gas nud watcr No. ISO East Capitol ttreut,
a half square from Capitol grounds nnd on lino
of curs and hordlcs. Price $28; keys at 113
B strcot southeast.
121tFstnw, 23 rs $250 00
Mass avo n w, 15 rs 100(17
1 128 Mass avo, 11 rs ISO (Ml
1110 Vt avo nw, 15 rs 150 00
N II avo n w, 10 rs
1730 Mass ave, 17 rsi .' 125 00
Pstuw,12rs 125 00
1125 loth stnw. 15 rs 115 00
1721 Conn avo. llrs 100 00
5 llstn w.lftrs 100 00
1322Lstnw,ll rs 100 00
022 1 1th stn w. 12 rs 100 00
HIM 21st u w, 10 rs 100 00
17281st 11 W, 13 r 83 33
1702 Pa avo n w, 10 rs 01 07
101021st stn w.ll rs S3 33
".(XKlItatn W.12 rs 75 00
1701 Conn nve.llrs 75 00
2021 0 stn w, 11 rs 7000
1510 20th st n w, 10 rs.
1712 Lstn w.ll r....
1 115 Nst nw, 11 rs....
1700M stn w.Ors....
220 N J nvose, Ors ...
17:11 moist, t rs .
1 1 10 13th stnw, 10 rs nooo
3601 Sst nw,ors , in 00
211(1 Mthstll w, lOrs 15 00
151130thstnw. 17 rs , CO 00
1:1711 B sts w, llrs looo
2100 11th stn w, 10 rs do 00
170intstiiw, lOrs.t 1000
153-1 20th st 11 w, 7 rs 35 00
1528 20th stnw, 7 IS 25 00
1507Carollnost 0 rs 25 00
''22 1st Btnw.lt rs 15 00
1007 Lstn w,7 rs I(ld5
512 K stnw. 13 rs.
102115th stnw, 10 rs.
1523()Btn w, 7 rs
2102 11th stnw, llrs.
1328 Rlggs stn w, (lis.,
II21 list n w, 7rs ,
113010th stn w,7rs...
lB2120thstn w, Srs...
Tho abovo houses can bo examined by permit
from our oftlco only.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO.,
1321 Fstn w.
J? 3011 N stn w.ll rs, ml $3000
3132 P stnw, 7rs.ini 25 00
182033dst,o rs. ml .'...'.,..'. 2000
31131 Qstnw.O rs, ml do 00
1310 and 1101 20th st, 7 rs, m I , 22 50
1200 32d stnw $75 00
1202 32dst n W 35 00
3211! Mat 11 W 50 00
3210 M Bt n w.storo and flats 50 00
3203 P st 10 00
II. FICKLINO. 1201 32d
st 11 w.
1 .IVKST $7,500 IN S.MALL BRICK HOUSES,
X well routed: suro to pay you $750 per ytjar;
mav puy you $1,140 per year. Address E. S,
COLLAMER, 2105 Pa avo n yr.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
77OR SALIS-AT MOUNT PLEASANT-SUV-L
end well-located coltngosnnd nleo build
lug lots; also, on 1 1th stroet extended, 5 nures
beautifully located, and 3 ncres near Bright-
wood, Improved by7-room cottasro, tc.
WALKER .V WILSON, 1000 Fst.
FOE S.VLE-A NUMBER OF 8.MALL HOUSES
(I to S rooms, with mod Imps! for salo on
oasy terms. OEO, W. LINKINK,
Cornor 10th und H sts.
FOP. KALE-A FINE RESIDENCE ON VER
inont nve, near Iowa Circle; 1 1 rooms nnd
bath; closet Iu every room: a largo cedar closet,
good store-room for provisions, two pautrlos;
finished in hard wood; 23 feet wldo; parties de
siring to puruhnso a tine residence should look
at this. Apply to GEO W. L1NK1NS,
Coiner 10th and II sts,
rwil SALK-HOUSES-I'ARTIES DESIRING
I to purclmsonro lerpiestod to sendoro.iU
for list of housos for sale; I havo a largo mim
ber. all sizes. GEO. W. I.INKINS,
1 Oth and II sts n w.
F" OR" isI.E-SUITARLi: FOR A "lIOMlToR
palng Investment 1251 Oth st n w; 10
rooms, two bath, eto., all In complete order;
also small brlcK, 152 V Bt 11 0, (I looms, bath,
cellar, eto and Is now renting so ns to pay 8
percent, ns an Investment; price $2,750,
ALBERT F. FOX. U20 F st n w.
2000 (J stn w. bh Ors, now $7,500
302 1(J st, bh,Ors..,., 7.000
3514 Prosptot ave, bh, lOrs ,.., 7,01)0
1237 BOlhst, I) ll, (MS., 5.000
1302 30th St. Ors 5,000
utooNst.bh, 10 rs 6,000
3,-12Pst, bh, Ors,,, 2,500
1413 35th st, f h.7 rs .,.,,, 2,500
3.133 Prospect sl.bh, 10 rs ,..., 5 000
Tho abovo Is only a pot Hon of tho property oa
my books, call for Hut.
C. II. FICKLINO, 120 1 32d st 11 w.
FOR SALE LOTS.
70R SALE-SEVERAL VERY DESIRABLE
1: lots on llth stioet northwest; one 011 V
streot, between 13th und llth northwest; ono
on Dt-fnwum avenue, near United Stntes Capitol
bulldlmi; onu on Meridian Hill, und two on K
Htrort. between 21st and 22d northwest. LOUIS
P, SHOEMAKER, 020 F northwest.
17OII SALE I FINE LOTS ON CIIAPIN ST,
L' 60x150 each; ono on 15th st, near Colum
bia road; a oholos building sit", 50x1 15.
BENJ. P. DAVIS, 1310 Fst.
J70I5KtI.K-VACANT LOT ON U STREET,"
; bot 12tl und Kith st 11 w, B5o per ft. la
tmlrout2()32 12th stnw.
I70H BALK-UPON EASY TERMS-A DESIlT
! ablolot, 3JX0O, with sldu nlloy on K st,
between 21st and 21d northwest: a very suit
ublu place to build small houses: now Improved
by old Irames. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 020 F
FOR INVKSTJIr:!IT117,000 SQUARE FEET
uuTiiiinusseonve, ut llthstiiu, suwor and
water. 17Wo. worth 23o,
Half squaro n n, all shallow lots, high ground,
oimrddo.oi.qooxq ft, only loo.
Nteullttle lot 20j80, 11 e. on good Btroot, only
Choice lot on N st 11 w, 23x07 to wldo alloy,
noar Scott Circle, only $2. lit.
Eleimnt stablo lot, Dupont Clrole, fronts two
(30x15 feet) paved alleys; water, sower, gas,
AH of abovo torms to suit. Also lots Just
across Boundary on small mn,"t,!,llM"iy!,K"lt;'
Plenty otner huvgalns, M. T. OKIE,
' Room! 1331 F st 11 w.
LOST AND FOUND.
C f n'llKWARD-LOST OCTOBER "23, ON
OlU Cdpitol lllll. a lmir-icrowti wiiltu and
1 ver colored pointer Intel;: might bo taken font
hound: hud on louhoraiid steel collur. SlOmid
ituoueUloiisttskod for ber return to Drug Store,
nthnnii B-st Capitol st., or toll W. Ovstur, 1'a,
uvo, and llth st. 11. w. Any liirormatlon leading
tu per recovery will be llbeially ipwarded.
RIDER & ADD (SON,
Wholesale aud Retail Dealers In
PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
314 JSIglitli St. N. TY.i liwir I'll, Ave.
Oidrsor requests lor quotations kItoti per
Kiir.t uttoiittmii uud witlsfautlun guurunieod 111
prwo und quality.
FOR SALE AND RF.Nr.
pEAI. ESTATE BULLETIN
THOS IS, WAGOAMAN, 017 F Strcot.
Changes mado Wednesdays nnd Saturdays,
TW0STOHY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
2210 to 2231 Boundary st n w, b h, 4
nns , 510,000
2021 to 20 12 Boundary st 11 w, b ll, -1
200 to 201 0 st, nud 1320 and 1328 2d
st 11 w, b h. 4 nnd (1 rms , 13,500
2211 to2220 1btli stnw, b h.flrm 13,000
2 to07thstroad 11,300
1733 to 1713 Est nw. bh.Orms 0,000
701 to7()0 l'srrnut st 11 w. b h, 5 rms.. 0,000
1M)1 to 1805 L st n w. f li, n rms 8,000
1 to 0, nlloy bot M and N, 12th nnd 1 3th
sis 11 w , (I 000
1130 to 1151)4 23d stn w, f h,4r 1,000
17K1N Jnvonw, bb.mi, 14 rs 0,000
1123 20th st n w, f h, 0 rs, and 2 housos
tu roar 5.000
1311 Dstuw.fh, (Srs 5,000
332S to 3331 P stnw, fh, 5 rs 5,000
23010Mistsw, bh, ml.Hrs 5,000
210 to 222 13tn Bt and Ky ave, bot S 0
avo and list so 4,000
321103231$ Dstso.f h.Ors 3,000
302 0tbstso, bb, 0 rs 3,000
015 1st st s w, f h, 5 rs, and 3 houses rear 3,000
401 nnd 100 S Capst.fh.Or 2,000
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Lst bot 10th and 20th sts n'w,, $2 00
18th st bet Land M sts nw 1,50
Hopkins st, bet O nud Pnw 1 25
list, bet 3d nnd 4th sis b 0 1.25
N.I avo. bot (Jnnd It sts n w 1,00
13& st bot Cnnnl and Ostsn w.,... 1.00
N 0 cor N II nvu nnd Fst n w 70a
5th si. bot Va avo and (1st s'o ....30o
Est hot 2 lth nnd 25thuw.... 20o
HOUSES FOR RENT.
420K8tnw,7rs $18 00
HOtMdiivono, (Irs 17 (0
1005 17th stn w, 4r 10 00
7178th st 11 0,(1 rs, 15 44
J15 Kstno.o rs 15 30
17 und 10 Pleroo st u w, 0 rs 15 00
4 houses on N 11 avo, bet F and G sts 11 w,
Srs 13 00
411 Dclavas w.Ors 13 :ui
1330 E sts 0.0 rs 11 00
2237 nnd 2230 10th stnw, 4 r 10 00
453 N J avo no.fi rs 10 00
10 alley bot 13th and 14th, V nnd U sts n
w,4 rs 10 00
(ltl Goat alloy 11 w, 4 rs 10 00
1712 Marlon alley nw,4rs 0 50
410Lstso,4rs 7 00
7 Hopo avo s e, 4 rs 8 00
811 2d st so,. Irs 0 00
lOSHLstse.Srs r 00
Hear 3223 Prospect avo nw, 2 rs 4 27
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Sato as Ui S. bonds; 0 per cent., payable quar
terly; In sums $100 to 41,000; small proinluin
In Bums to suit at 0 per cont,
Tho nbovo Is only u portion of tho proportyon
my books. For full list call at ofUoo for bulletin
lssuoel on tho lst and 15th.
"iTIOlt RK.tT OK FOR SALE, ON VERY REA
V sonablo torms, houso 811 II st n ; 3 story
brlek, mod Imps, stable In rear. Apply to II,
WHITE, 021 F stnw: can deal direct with
FOR RENT ROOMS.
170R RENT-TWO NICE ROOMS IN A GOOD
neighborhood to n good tenant; roasonablo
prieo. Apply at 810 -IU stroot southwest.
I70R RENT TWO PLEASANT FURNISHED
! 2d Moor rooms; eastern exposure; near tho
cnultol and cars; with or without board; 221
2d street northeast.
OR RENT-TO A GENTLEMAN, A NICELY
furnUhed front room. 2d floor: cnnvintnnt
to hordlcs and cars; all modern conveniences;
rent moderate to a permanent tenant. Apply
1 113 17lh street northwest.
J70R RENT-140S PENNSYLVANIA AVE
V nue, opposite Wlllard'a Hotel; 7 rooms and
bath; above store; $10,
I0R RENT TWO PLEASANT FURNISHED
rooms: both front. 735 Oth street north
west, botweon G and II.
IQIflN STREET NORTHVEST7oPI'OS1T7s
1010 tho Biltlsh Legation; several Unely
furnished rooms: on sulto or slnglo.
1 f(d 1!ml STREET, FIRST DOOR ABOVE
lUlU K, bright, ehcerlul rooms; handsomo
now house; southern oxposuro; nicely furnished;
excellent tnblo board; transients accommo
dated. 901I STREET NORTHWEST. NICELY FUR
O L nlshed front room: southern exposure;
email prlvnto family; suitable for ono or two
gentlemen; modern Improvements; references
I70R BAItnAEsS IN REAL ESTATE CALL AT
tho olllco of
JAMES F. BROWN,
Ileal Estate nnd Loan Brokor,
1100 F street northwost.
alllOS. A. MITCHELL,
. Honl Estato Broker. 03 1 F st n w, Room 4.
Special nttentlon paid to the exchange- of all
descriptions of roal estato and personal prop
erty, mining stock, oto.
real estate broker,
1310 F st, adjoining Sun Building
Suburban property a specialty.
pAUTlF.S SEEKIM1 SAFE 1KVESTMEXT8 IS
Local Securities will bo furnlshod full particu
lars on application at our offlco.
1310 FBt. n. w.
$QA WILL BE PAID FOR $150 FOR THIRTY
OU days and undoubted socurlty deposited
to Insuro prompt pajmont. Address X. IS., this
JUSTII'SOl"d STAND IS THE ONLYrLAOE
whcio llrst-olass secondhand clothing can
bo sold at ruspectahlo prices, Address or cull
uH inu u sireei. uonuwesi.
KRKSSJIAKIXn-MRS.E. A. TOWER, AGENT
for the Rood Maglo Soalof Instruction, 85;
rnl discount toclubsof threo or moro, 1018
8th st u w.
milE WOMAN'S DAILY TUIIIUNE FOR SALE
J. by T. S. Kelly. 1 15 1 Q st 11 w: prieo 40 conts
per set, delivered In any part of the elty.
FIBSr-CLASS JIKAUT F0I250 BELL'S
International Dining und Lunch Rooms,
310 1'a uvon w. Board aud rooms, 81 and $1.50
I7OKASUTFEIOR 15 OR 25-UK.Vr JIEAL 00
li to the LE DROIT DINING ROOMS; olum
soup Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 812
F st n w.
1VIL SER ICE EXAMINATION QUESTIONS
aim answers, semi luo to
S. W. FLYNN. A. SI . Ivv Institute.
S w corner 8th und K sts n w.
""'mill! WOULD 110 .MOW." REMEMBElT
X tho "Torrostrlal Clock." RAMSAY has
cut tho prices; watches cleaned, $1: ilrst-class
mainsprings, warranted one year, $1: all elook
and Jowfiry work nttho lowest prlcos In tho
city; wo defy competition, 122 1 F st n w.
rnuv our nuri'EiiiMK, at 20 cents per
1. pound, don't get strong orraneld; keeps
better than buttor; satisfaction assured (all tho
year round), or money lefunded. Exclusive
control for Washington of tho goods wo sell.
Stalls 328, 320 and 330-remombor tho num
bers Contro Market, adjoining Oolden's Bsh
stnlls. Open dally till 12:30; Saturday's, nil
duv. Also 401 G st n w., opon all day.
Tolophouo, 013-2, or 00-5.
WM. 0. BORIBNER
171 FTV ACRES FRESH PASTURAGE AT $1
! per month for horses, nt Curleton Mills,
near Bladensburg. v. W.JACKSON,
1110 0 street n w.
Branch Office, 1212 l'u. nva
Collars and Cuffs u specialty, at 200. per dos;
Goods callod for and dollYorod at any part of
WOOD AND COAL.
V Baldwin Johnson,
Wholesaloand Retail Dealer In
"Wood. aaxc3- Goal.
Complete Facilities. Bottom I'rlooj.
Full Weight and Moaiim
Wood and Coal dlroot from tho forests and
mines by rail uud water, and free from Blag,
Bla.o uud other Impurities,
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
Main Yard and Olllco. 1101 R, I, avo.n. w.
Brunch 511 A st. s,o,
llnimli " " Bill IK st. 11. w.
llruuoh uflloa for orders, corner TentU an! I Kts.
nrunoli ollloa for orders, cornor 13th and 31 sts
11 11. w.
All oonneetod by telephone.
Burnstlno Loan Olllce,
301 I'oiiii. Avo N. IV.
Money loaned 011 Gold uud Silver
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Pistols, Guns, La
les'und (ieiitliimi'ii's Wouihirf Apparel,
Old Gold uud Silver bought,
Uiiiodeomud Pledges 1'or salo,
PEERLESS DYES AiS ?&
TEW NATIONAL THEATRE.
Supported by J. B. STUDI EY nnd an ExeoHcnt
Company of Promlnont Players.
Saturday Mntlnoo ROMEO AND JULIET
Saturday Evonlng LADY MACBETH
MONDAY, November G.
JULIA MARLOWE as rARTHENIA.
Scats now on salo.
A LBAUGH'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
Mngnlflcont Production of tho Latest and most
Famous of all Encllsh Molodramas.
With all Its Thrilling and Ultra-ltonllstlo
bconlonnd Mechanical Effects!
Orontcst and Grandest Success that London lnu
over knownl It comos to Alhaugh's dlroot
from Us Unparalleled Triumphs at
Nlblo's Garden, Now York,
Sensational and Stnrtllng Introduction of Two
Noted Ex-Burglars.who blow open a real
safe nt ovcry performance
Noxt Wook-TIUS IIOSTONIANS.
A IdlAUGH'S GRAND OPERA-HOUSE.
COMMENCINOIMONDAY, NOVEMBER 0,
Wednesday and Saturday Matlnoos.
THE BOSTON I ANS,
IN ENGLISH OPERA.
mimnmita. -r..t a. , -,-.,.,
mun ll,Q , ..UtinU OlOUU, UC331U jiitriicii.
Davis. Juliette Cordon, Carlotta Maconda, Jo
sephine Bartlett, Tom Cnrl, II. O. Ilarnaboo, W.
II. .MnoDonald, Edwin W. Hoff, Eugono Cowlos,
RIccardoRlocl.J.A. Montgomery, Frod Dixon.
Mon. nndThurs. Evo'gs DOROTHY
Tties. nnd Frl. Evo'gs FATINITZA
Wed. and Sat. Muts DON FASQUALLB
Wednosdny Evonlng MIONON
Advanco salo of scats opens Thursday,
RESERVED SEATS $1.50, 81 AND 75o.
IT ARRIS' BIJOU THEATRO
WEEK 0T0OT. 20
MATINEES ON TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND
. II. C. MINER'S
Magnificent bpcctnoulnr Drama.
Thrilling Siberia Scenes. Exciting Incidents of
... . Nihilist Llfo.
Miss May Wheeler as Zltka Marsolf
1'Of ULAR PRICES.
KERNAN'S NEW WAH1HN0T0N THEATER'
Matinees Monday, Tuosday, Thursday and
REILLY &, WOOD'S NEW BIO SHOW.
Engagement Extraordinary of tho World's
VAIDIB TWIN SISTERS,
In Their Thrilling Entertainment,
"THAI'KZONi: UOTAIIIl: "
Using a solid silver apparatus costing $5,000,
natented In Kuronn nnd AmiTlcn.
Llzzlo will mako her mnrvelousdlvoot
100 foot from tho domo of tho thcator.
10 STRONG SPECIALTY ACTS.
Next Wcok-LEAVITT'S FOLLY AND BUR
ELECTION RETURNS TUESDAY NIOHT BY
rilHE NATIONAL JOCKEY CLUB RACES,
RACES WILL BE CONTINUED
TUESDAY, October 30.
WEDNESDAY, October 31.
THURSDAY, November 1.
FRIDAY, November 2,
SATURDAY, Novombor 3.
FIVE RACES EACH DAY.
ALL THE FIRST-CLASS RACE H0R8ES AND
Special Rnco Trains via naltlmoro and Onto
Railroad ut 12:10, 1:00 and 1:30 p. m.; return
trains will bo In waiting whon Races aro over.
PERFECT ORDER WILL BE PRESERVED.
OBJECTIONABLE PERSONS WILL. AS ON
PREVIOUS OCCASIONS, BE EXCLUDED.
Carriages should go via Now York avo. aad M st
FIRST RACE AT 2 O'CLOCK.
Members' Badges can bo obtained from P. II.
Chrlstman, Troasuror, Vernon Row, cornor of
10th st, and Penna, avo. n. w.
F. B. McQUIRE, President.
H.D.MoINTIRE, Seorotnry. ool8d2w
-lOTOIIKOK'K BILLIARD AND POOL HALLS
JT and hear tho now Solf-Playlng Orohostra;
mays oqual to a full brass baud; forty plcoes.
Tables uowly refitted and oovcred. AUG, It,
BECK and THEODORE BECK, Sola Managers,
No. 031 Louisiana avonuo and 030 D stroot
PROF. SHELDON'S DANCING ACUIKHV, NOW
open for the reception of pupils Mondays,
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Call or send for
circulars, loo I Fst, 11. w.
OUHT VERNON I
STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN
Loaves 7th-st. Wharf dally (exoopt Sunday) for
At 10 o'clock a, in,; returning, reaohos Wash
ington about 3:30 p. m.
B01 FOR CHEAT FALLN AND CABIN JOHN
Bridge, Steam Paokot Exoolslor makes
regular trips on Sunday, Monday, Wednes
day and Friday, leaving High Btreot aud Canal,
Georgetown, at 8 a, m.
Faro, 50o. rouud trip.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
a HIE ARLINGTON.
A (JUIET AND ELEGANT HOTEL,
T. E. ROESSLE,
riHIE BELVEDERE, THE LOWEST PRIOIS
JL llrst-olnss houso In the olty, oor, I'a. avo.
and 3d ut. 11. w Washington, 1). C. HOADLEY
& PAGE. ool7-ly
milK HAIllTOtlA (tlfl V ST, N,
JL LKCT FAMILY HOTEL
Lowest ratos In tho elty.
WASHINGTON, D, 0
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Flro Esoapes.
TERMS-S3.00 und 81.00 PorDay.
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-NInth St.,
NEW YORK CITY.
JAMKS II. llltlCSI.IN, Proprietor.
QT. JAJI1SH IIOTKL, "
SIXTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE.,
L. WOODBURY, Proprietor.
17OR NOIUOLK.OLII POINT AND. THE SOUTH.
StenmerOEOIIOK LEAHY leaves Wiuhlniiton
Monday, Wudiiesduynnd Friday, nt 5 p. m.
Steamer LulY OF THE LAKE, Tuosday,
Thursday und Saturday, ut 0 p. m., from Sixth
Steamer Leary lands ut Pluoy Point going and
l.iidy of tho Lako lands at Cornfield Harbor
und Colonial Bunch on Saturdays Steamer
tiom Waslilngtou daily, Inoliidlug Sundays, until
further notice. Sunday at 0 p. in,
Faro, Saturday exoiirslon, return Monday 7
11, m $3 round trip.
Connections mado ut Norfolk with Old Do
minion MoHinahlp Company lor Now York.
Kuuxund Lloyd Express will o.ill uud eliook
uiiKBUgii ut note iiuuii privuieresideiioes.
Telephoiio oull Leary, 7 15 3. Mosoluy,
' 'W.'P. WELCH, Supt P S, Co.
GEO, P. PHILLIPS, SUpt. I. &