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TJUJS MVJflNING POST, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1888.
The Evening Post
(and WAcmsaTn Critic.)
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New Snnins, No. 25 CnmcSnniEs, No. 0,331,
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WASHINGTON, NOV13IIJER 13, 18S8.
The Democrats will uso ovcry effort
lo provent a Republican majority in tlio
United States Senate. A Republican
Congress and a Republican Senate, means
four new Republican States and twelvo
moro Republican electoral votes. It is
now reported tbat a Democratic move
ment is on foot in Delawaro to contest
tbo olcctlon of A. D. Richardson, tho
Kent County Republican Stnto Senator
elect. On tho fnco of tbo returns Mr.
Richardson lias a plurality of 103 over
his Democratic competitor, Daniel M.
Ridgcly. Such a contest would bo
passed on by tho Democratic Stato Sen
ate. The grounds laid are three the
holding of election in districts where
thcro wero no Democratic judges at tho
polls, fraudulent votes and alleged il
legality of tho Saulsbury Republican
combination ballots. Stress is laid on
tho latter ground. Tho uniform ballot
law requires tho heading to karmonizo
with tho body of tickets. The combina
tion tickets wero headed Democratic,
but a majority of tho candidates thereon
wero Republicans. Protest was entered
against them and against tho ostracism
of Democratic election o dicers boforo
and whilo tho voting was in progress.
Tho effect of tho unscatinc of Richardson
and tho seating of Ridgcly would bo to
make tho Legislature atio on joint ballot
and prevent tho election by it of a United
States Scnntor, thereby eventually plac
ing the appointment of Scuator Sauls
bury's successor in tho hands of tho
'Governor, who would, of course, mime
Trie latest election return indicate,
that the next IIouo of Representatives
will consist of 100 Democrats nnd 102 Ro
publicans, threo districts being in doubt.
These aro tho First Californla,tho Fourth
Connecticut and tho Tentli Michigan.
There will bo a number of contested
Tun Anarchist celebration in Chi
cago yesterday was as mild as tho blus
ter of an Anarchist is tempestuous.
Theio was so much tolk bofore the affair
that the polico intimated in n friendly
way that sllenco was golden ami the Reds
took thQ suggestion under consideration.
They remembered at tho same time that
they were about to celebrate an occasion
In the life of some of their leaders whicli
possibly might result to them if they were
rash of speech or action, nnd they wisely
concluded that discretion was the
better part of valor. As a rulo wo
hang a man or men for
causo in this country, and it is not alto
gether safo for the hangco's friends to
get up much of a demonstration In his
favor after tho act. Tho law has n ccr
tain dlenity to maintain, and it usually
maintains it. It maintained it fairly
well ono year ngo in Chicago, and tho
memory is still fresh. With those events
still clear beforo police nnd Anarchist, it
was not surprising that the celebration
yesterday was a very mild one; that tho
crowd was calm and tho utterances of
the speakers exceedingly lamb-llkc, and
that thero was no dynamite bombs visi
ble or audiblo anywhere in tho neighbor
hood. Tho moral force of a hanging has
not yet sunk into decay.
The Governor of Miciioacan, a
Mexican province, has imprisoned a
newspaper correspondent for criticising
the President of the Republic. If this
wero a Mexican provlnco what a climb
inc of trees thero would bo along News
In a recent letter to tho Raltimoro
American appears a pathetic account of
a meeting between Joaquin Miller and
his duughtor Maud in the DImo Museum
of this city, wheio tho latter was playing
tin eugagemeut. Tho account leads:
"They (tho audience) saw standing near
the door a sorrow-stricken old man,
whose whitenod locks crowned a face
pitiful to behold. 'My God I my father I'
cried Maud, and then bursting Into tears
bprang oif tho stago." A puro fake.
Joaquin Miller has not whitened locks
and was thousand of miles away when
Maud Mlllor played here. The property
which ho Is represented to have sold last
week ho disponed of two yews ago.
The yellow rii visit takes its own time
about leaving Florida. It will probably
not remain until Christmas.
Mil. Harrison wont to church yester
day, accompanied by his wife and fam
ily. After tho tervlces ho walked homo
-with a gcutleiuan while, tho ladles of his
pnitytook tho stieet-eais. This Is tho
democracy of tho Republican.
General Aloer is almost as glad as if
ho had got it himself,
JIu- Haiiiuson sent this dispatch to
Mr. 'Warner ilillor aftor tho result ;
I am greatly grieved itt your dofciit. It tne
Intrepid Inudir fell outside tho breusiworkr, the
column, Inspired by lili courage, wentou to vic
tory. Gov, Hill might havo sent this one to
"I am greatly griovod a your dofo.it.
If the intrepid leader fell outsldu tho
hreastwoiks, thu column, inspired by his
courugo, went on to victory."
Horizontal Dili. Morrison has onto
moro resumed tlio purpendlcular.
IVliut llu Would buy,
Jenkins (to Drown, earnestly)-" Blown,
nhat would you say if I woio to uik you to
joint mo twenty doHals?"
Drown (relliiilvely) " What would I say!
Oh, I would luuhjbly fcay 'Ho, ho, ho ha,
ha, ha wow, wow, Wow,' or toiuUhlUg of
that tort, Jenkins."
A CRIMlXAIi MYSTERY.
A Missouri Trngoily Which 1'nrntlols tho
Tho Whltcchapcl murder mysteries which
havo appalled tho civilized world and baffled
tho London police and detectives havo
brought out numerous recitals of revolting
homicides la both tho Old and Now Worlds.
Stranco to say, ono of tho most mysterious
and horrlblo nliolcsalo murders In the history
of crime, whero tho murderor has never been
apprehended, has dropped out of sight, nnd
all ellorts to ferret out tho cullty party or par
tics long since censed. Tho crlmo was tho
butchery of tho Spencer family, near Luray,
iu jmrK county, juo., ten years ago.
Tho Spencer family, consisting of father,
two daughters and u son, tho father on tho
shady sldo of fllty, tho daughters full-crown,
and tho son sixteen years of ne, wero classed
among tho best peoplo of tho county. Old
man Spencer was frugal, and was supposed to
liavo considerable money at all times, llo
owned a valuable farm nnd somo property In
tho town of Luray. Tho murder was dis
covered by neighbors, who noticed that tbo
houso had not been opened, and as this had
novcr happened beforo It created suspicion,
nnd finally a distant relative, accompanied by
tils farm baud, bioko Into tho unpretentious
llttlo farm house, and found ou tho first floor,
In the rear room, the horribly mutilated re
mains of old man Snencer. Tho houso was a
story nnd a-half structure. Tho men pro
ceeded to tho attle floor, whero tbo two girls
wero found In bed dead, and also terribly mu
tilated. Tho relative, who Is still a resident
of Clark County, knew that tho son slept In
tho bam, and tho horrified men continued
their Investigation In tbat direction, whero
young 8pcnccr was found with bis skull
crushed and a pitchfork driven Into bis abdo
men. nuNTiNO fob tub MUitnr.nr.ri.
Tbo alarm was given, and never had such
excitement prevailed In that section of tho
State. Thoiclntlvo was suspected of having
committed tho murder In order to secure con
trol of tho property, and was promptly ar
rested for the crime. Dctcctlics wero Im
ported, among them ono Frank Lane, from
Louisville. Ky., who, after a few days, an
nounced that tho man under aricst uas Inno
cent, and pointed out as tho murderer ono Hill
Young, who owned a largo farm iu tbo neigh
borhood and who was regarded as a dangerous
man, thoagh never convicted of any crime.
Younj: was arrested, and narrowly escaped
lynching, mcannhllo protesting blslnnoccnco
and claiming ho could show his movements
aud wheroabputs during tbo cntlro week of
tho murder. When his caso enmo to trial one
Laura Sprouse, a dressmaker, testified that
sha was in Youns's company during tho tlmo
ho was nccused of having committed the
quadruplo murder, nnd brought in a host of
wltucsses to show her own wuorcabouts night
and day. The trial lasted several days, and
attracted wide attention. Tho jurv brought
In a verdict of "not guilty," and Young was
Tho peoplo were not pleased with tbo
result of tho trial and raado strong
threats of taking Justice into their own
bauds. Laura Spruuso came in for bor
share of censure and it was Intimated tbat
she knew moro about tho murder tt an she
would tell. Two weeks after tbo trial Bill
Young married Lnura Sprouse, and the counlo
went to Keokuk, Iowa, ou their bridal trip.
Youug was a widower nnd had several small
cblldicn. Ho had been defended iu his trial
by a Kentucky lawer named Coflman, who
fuught for his client like a tiger and did much
to savo bis neck, with tho old of the woman
Sprou. Trunk Lane, tho Kentucky detec
tive, chuijrlucd at tho leleaso of Young, re
mained In Claik Uountv, endeavoring to so
euro new evidence nguiilst tbo acquitted man,
and flually succeeded in arousing the neighbors
of the inunlerrd Spencers to frenzy and a do
slro to 1 neb Hill V oung.
A FAlTUrUL LAWYER.
Coffman, tha attorney, telegraphed Young
while at Keokuk to remain away until the In
tense feeling had subsided. Youug, with bis
bride, was at tne dinner t.iblo In tbo Stanlclgh
House, Keokuk, when ho received iho message
of u amine;. He laughed aloud, threw tho
messago uu tho floor, and, when asked what
c,uurte ho would pursuo, said:
"1 shall return homo at oucc."
lie was as rrood as Ills word, and did return
to bis farm in Clark County tho following
A mob of over 200 men arrived at tho Young
farm a few hours after Its owner's return.
Coftauu, tho lawyer, beat tbo mob to tho
farm and give tho alarm, and Young bar
ricaded doors and windows, brb'ujrht out a
rlllc, double-barreled shotguu and two revol
vers and prepared to defend himself. Yi'bcu
tho mob arrived they found tLo muzzles of a
shotgun and ritlo protruding from apertures
In tne houso and baited at a safe distance.
A parloy was held and It was decided to
surround the house. This was attempted,
but Young was ou the alert and met his as
sailants at every turu, After several of tho
mob had been wounded and Youug bad been
shot In the arm, the lattcr's ammunition gave
out, and tbo mob "lth a rush battered in the
doors nnd poured into the houso
Youu!r was game and had mounted a pair of
stairs where ho stood, covered with blood, ono
arm banging by bis side, and In bis right hand
a rusty saber with which he held his blood
thirsty pursuers at bay for several minutes.
Ho was finally overpowered and dragged from
tbo bouse, and, despite the pleadings of his
wife and children, placed In bis owu wagon,
which was ruu under tho arched gateway,
when tho rope was quickly adjusted around
Young's neck, fastened to tho crossplcce
nbovo and tho wagon then hauled from under
Young's feet. Ho was game to tho end and
did not appeal for mercy.
A MYSTERY STILL.
Aftor waiting long enough to bo assured
that their work had been accomplished, tho
mob departed, leaving Young's body daug
llng from tho gate. Iho victim's wife, nee
Laura Hprouse, cut tbo body down as quickly
as possible, and efforts were made to resusci
tate Youug, but without avail. Coffman, tbo
attorney, palo with terror, was found by mem
bers of the mob in tho coru-crlb and given ten
minutes to leuvo the country, on pain of
death. They shot his plug hat full of holes to
emphasize the order.
Laura Sprouse-Young was notified tbat sho
could not leinaln Iu Clark County, und she
removed to Keokuk, Iowa, where, about a
year alter inn tragic events aoovo narraieu,
6ho committed suicide by taking morphiue.
It was always believed that sho knew moro
about tho Sponcer murder than any ono el.e,
aud u newspaper correspondent worked un
tiringly to clean somo Information from her,
nut signally iaucu.
"When I am on my death bod," sho would
respond, "come to mo aud I will tell you all I
kuow. Not beforo."
When tho conospondent was Informed by
the city physician that Lama Hprouse. as sho
was always called, was dying ho buriicd to
her bulsldo at midnight, but (die was too far
gone to unswerbls Lager Inquiries, lespondlog
once to tho query'!
"Did Bill Voting kill tbo Spencers?"
Aud thcro the awful mystery restod. Young
could havo had no motive for the mur
der savo robbery or tbo gnitltlcatlou of a
homicidal inaula. Ho was In go id circum
stances and tho theory of robbery was
not regarded as a good one. Though
Ivnched after having boun declared Innocent by
twelve of his follow-cltlzcns, aud no ovld -uco
against him savo tho weakest kind of elicuui
ulatitUI testimony uud au unuuvory ueoid, his
violent death scorned to satisfy tho people,
aud tho Clark County butchery is ulmost
forgotten. Tho murderer may yet ho ullvo
unit in their midst, but tho citizens of Clark
County havo long slnco given up nil elToits to
unravel tho mystery surrounding tho butcliery
of tho Spencer family.
A Lung ttim Without u Curve).
Tho now Argeiitluo Pucillo Itailrond
fiom liuiuos Ayius to tho foot of tho
Aiidcb hns on it what is probably tlm
longest tangent in tho world. This Is
1212 miles without a curve. In this dis
tance there is not u slnglo bridge, uud
no opening lui'gur thnn uu ordinary cul
vert, no out gieiiter thnn ono metro iu
depth und no 1111 of a height exceeding
ono metre. Thoro is nlraost un entire
ulisoiioo ut Wood uu tlio plain uerusn
which tho western end of the io.ul Is
looutt'd, This 1ms led to thu oxteimnu
ii m of meuilllo ties, which will bo em-
ployed ou nearly tlio cntiro rouu.
Quick: ut "Flggors."
l'ond Muthci' " Woll, llmold, liow aio 5 on
succeeding at collegot"
llaiold "Thu piuftMor says I am gutting
well up In fieuios,"
"Yen; I used to bo sovenlh In my elans,
ai'.d now 1 Maud vlxleuntli. Oh, I'm pui;i
SPECUItATlVn ItAlliUOAI) IHKECT0IIS.
Men Who Hnvo Contributed to Check
tlio lltinjrnncjr of tlio Jliislnvs World.
No sluglo cntiw lias contributed more
largely to check tho feeling of buoynnoy
in tlio business world thnn tho hnppcn
ings In tho manogmnetit of n few lnrgo
rnilwnrs during tho past few months.
Complaints of tho doings of 6pcoulntivo
hoards of directors aro not new. Yet
tho imbllo recolvcs n violent shock every
tlmo when insldcis nro forced ultimately
to give un account, .of their stewardship,
and it becomes lrapossiblo to conceal Uiat
tho Ilnnnces of great corporations hnvo
been allowed to drift into a frightful
condition. It is true thnt, in tho ma
jorlty of cases, mtplclon rests on roads
whoso malingers nro prominent iu opera
tions iu Wnll street who are libeinl with
" points" nnd nro cnitcr to parndo In tho
newspapers nnd on tho tupo their strong
convictions of coming prosperity.
Tlio country lias wltnrseu tne specta
cle of men, high in stntidlng Iu linitucinl
circles, putting themselves on record in
the most unqualified way, when they
must li.ivo known that they were delib
erately deceiving tho publlo nnd their
friends. Striking instances of this kind
have happened In the pnst sK months.
They hno dono much to unsettle confi
dence at u time when the outlook seemed
to warrant a bright future. Sharp prac
tice like this cannot bo too slgorously
condemned. It is only too often nccom
luiilcd by tho cooking of reports of earn
ings and financial statements, nnd tlio
who profit by stock operations during
the period of concealment, are only too
upt to aid the demoralization following
the final revelation of tho truth for bel
Another class of dlrcotors nro those
who niitoemticnlly hnndlo tho property
committed to their cliurgo with the best
of motives. Long years of successful
management may li.ivo bred a confidence
und n prion which Muinks from acknowl
edging nn etior of judgment. Straining
well-earned confidence und ciedlt to tho
utmost to cover defeat, or to tido over
cinbiirrnssmcnL, they are apt to burpriso
their friends and their enemies alike by
startling developments. Tho difficulties
Into which one prominent system hns
been plunged lntely will illustrate tho
dangers tajnvestors nnd to tho business
interests of tho country of such rannuge
ment. Wo attribute to budi happenings
us these tlio halt noticed for somo titno
past in the rising tldo of gcnernl pr6s
perlty. 'lhey are incidents whicli may
delay, bur. cannot in tho long run iir-
tcst, the movement, in nearly nil mo
departments of tho iron trmlo thero is
a hopeful feeling, which augurs well for
the future, in spite of the set-backs
which somo of tho developments iu rail
road circles havo created.
floms, Rich nnd Itiiro,
A lato wrlnklo Is a dull-gold match safe
simulating a leathern wallet.
In bracelets a tieavy coll of ropo in varie
gated enamel is the latest design.
Umbrella handles of recent design aro of
golu and silver, peculiarly blended.
Among recent hairpin devices Is ono rcpre
sontlug a cornstalk Iu green gold.
New slccvo links of Roman gold ai'sumo
the appearance of miniature baseball bat).
Mlulaturo paintings aro now being ndjptcd
as earrings In circles of colored pearls.
Punch bowts In oxidized silver wlckerwork
and lined with gold, now claim attention.
Wutch cases nro now ornamented with
flowers in dead enamel to Imitate baud-painting.
Thero seems to be quite a demand for gents'
gold lockets with euuken diamond mono
grams. Plaques of wblto or blue enamel, Bet wl'h
turquoises or garnets, havo been designed ns
Two rows of beads, ono of email pearls and
one of cut stocl, form a moat deslrablo misses'
For half mourning a hairpin topped with a
largo jet ball studded with small brilliants is
An ingenious Idea is n llttlo paper wolght,
n fac-stmllo of nn old-fasblonca miio stone,
In solid wblto onyx.
Oxidized silver cJgar boxes aro now being
mado with a receptacle Insldo to hold a sus
picious looking llttlo flask.
Somo of tho most stylish fans tho coming
season will bo ornamented with etched ivory
aud silver gilt Bticks.
Specially attractive as a breastpin is a
golden scjthe, entwining a spray of enameled
pansics with gold stems.
Small polished gold pegs introduced this
season now sbaro tho popularity of knlfo-cdgo
settings In brooches and earrings.
Indicative of tho approaching winter season
Is a ladles' mlulaturo muff, In nugget finish
gold, as a queen chain pendant.
The latest acquisition to tho nursery Is a
solid silver fluted rattlo, which revolves bo
twecn tho two ends of n hugo silver spur.
A better value of clothing for less money
than any other dealer. Lxamlno our $3.50
Child's Suits. Eisumax Buos., 7th and E,
Manufacturing Clothiers and Tailors.
Y VIRTUE OP A DEED OF TRUST, DULY
recorder, in j mcr io. i;u'-i, iouo cu, et
sen., one of the Land It'cords of the District of
Coumma. nnu Dirir tnerenv sccureu. we w II
soil nt auction, iu front of the premises, on 8th
SUIl Ilk UUU11UI1. Ill .lUUb U. MIU IHUllllBU"., UU Olll
mroot northoat. between C and D. NOVEM.
HER 21, 1S88. at 4:30 p. in., ono undivided
third of tho north half of lot M, square nlno hun
dred and sixteen. Terms mado known day of
sale. W.l. SCIINRIDER,
0. II. KETTLIvH,
II. FOLEY, Auctlonoer. Trustees,
MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.-AN AD
iourncd mectlntr of tho Mcdk al Asso
ciation nf tha District of Columbia will bo held
lu tho University nt Georgetown Law Building,
southeast corner Gth uud F streets northwest,
TUESDAY, November 13, 1888, at 8 o clock p.
m. By order of tho President,
W. W. JOHNSTON, M, D.
GEORGE C. OBER, M. D Secretary. 2t
Vfo5pS.VUBLlC SCHOOLS. DISTRICT OFCO-K-i
lumola Mght hclools Tho night
KChoolH will open on MOMMY. November 12,
1SS3, ut seven (7) o'olook p. in,, In tlo several
divisions und buildings, ns follows: First Dill-
sion, rrunKiin bcnooi; second Division, llenr;
(oliuol; Third Division, Wallach Bihool; Fourth
Division, Jiincisinsonioi; l-lliu imHioii, Cur
tis School; Sixth Division, Mott and HlllMlalo
Schools; sovi nth Dtvlnlon, Htevons und Onrnct
behuols; Eighth Division, John I' Cook, Lluioln
and RaniluU Sohooli. All nipllo.uilb lor nil
inlsklon to t'ieio ehools mut apply at tho
nearot school on MONDAY, tho 1-Jth Instant,
at uoven (7) n olook p. m. Tho minimum uga for
ailiniNslon is fourteen (II) ojrs. W. II roll'.
ELL, G. F. T. COOK, S-pcrliitcudants. nol)-lt
-rMlN ORDER TO PROTECT OURSELVES
L3B woheicwithgiro nolteo to nil purtins
Interested in 1I10 stakes we hold lulhuluto
oleetl'ins, that w will pay such t.i the winners
niter tho oDleluUiinouucemiiiit. Any puity who
may wish to luve IU wiigor paUl befnui thin
tlmo, must gel tlio liidorseniont of both of tho
THE HHOOMAKER CO..
13,11 likiJ j; st. n. w.
vTrfa.aHOGAN'rt INSTALLMENT HOUSE.
l0rC3 Having romovi a to my Now btoro,
7JID und711 suvnuiii n. n. w..
I am proparod to so.l clieaiier thnn any other
crwllt liouno Iu I ha city. Our stock of CR
I'1."1'S. OILCLOTHS MATTINGS, RUGS,
UKATINfJ AV1I riWIiriVIl WIVtv.L'a lilltriii,
BKDIIOOM. DINING-ROOM AND KITCUE.
l'URNITURB Is comploto, and will ho sold ou
Credit cheaper than they ua'i bo fold elsowhoro
for imsIi. . Como und see us and you will ho sat
GROGAN'S, 731) und 741 7h St. n. w
IS TUB PLACE TO DKAL.
All Carpets boiuht Iroin m wo will maio uud
lay ou the Hour flea of cost.
TiSrs,Nl;w MUSIC STORE.- Ll, KINDS OF
11K2S. bluiil Mu.lo i.iiu Mu.lc lloiikH: all tho
fie und lOo mulo pil'ilUliwi. IIKNRY NVuU'ii.
005 7lh St. 11 w. (ppolto Patent Oftloo.
JOHN WARD, PIIBACHER.
Til K OWL'S NEST, by WUter.
RAYMOND KERSHAW, by Cox.
THE STORY OF AN AFRICAN FARM.
W. II. M0R1H60N,
1331 F STREET NORTHWEST,
rtjgjpFOH GOOD-FITTING GAHMENT3
Comer Oth aud u sts u w.. ,
Uudyr National Hotel.
YftTs .TOSSP1I M. (MAIiY
VCE wiriies his fl lcmls t0 know that ho Is
now oontioelrd with tho loiln of
IIOIIINSON, 1' AHKlMt ts CO.,
.... "10i Southenitcor. of 7th and Dstrcoto.
Whero ho will bo (tlad to personally attend to
their wants. oeni-tf
Jfggs.MOORE & SCHLEY,
SAKKCnS AND DltOKKrtS,
20 BItOAD &TKKET, NEW YC-ItfC.
MEMBLTtS OP THE NEW YOltK STOCK EX
CHANGE. WUVATE VilE CONNECTIONS WITH COIt
Correspondents In Washington,
COltSON & JIACAUTNEY,
, lilt) V ST11EET
,W. II. HAimOVEll,
STOVES. IIANOES AND PUItNAOES.
llEPAiniNQ NEATLY DONE.
KITCItEN FUnNISHINO GOODS, ETC.
'NO. 313 SEVENTH ST. N. W.,
',' NEAIl PENNA. AVE.
, ' F1KE SETS,
Cheaper thnn over.
Examine our cxtenslvo stock boforo purohaslng.
HAYWAUD & HUTCHINSON,
12-1 nth St.
WMS&kl'IItLIF T. HALL,
KhtTSr nos V slreut n. w..
Make j a specialty of ctKtom-mads shirts, so
placo your order with him at oneo.
thSoSkSOUTHEKN INVESTMENTSIN COAL,
! Iron nnd Timber Lands.
A. E, HANDLE brus to cull tho speolal atten
tion of persons desiring to acquire snoh prop
erty In largn or small tracts at the very lowoit
prices. Foil particulars on application. Ad
dress 303 7th ut., n. w., Washington, D. C.
WlOSfcNOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR
2 coal for tlio fall and wlntor. WM. E.
110DOE, wholesale and retail dealer In Wood
nnd Coal. Bottom prices. Tnll weight and
mrasuro. All under shelter. Clivo mo a trial.
Office mid yard; Twelfth, botwocn It and S sts.
li. w. Telephono connection.
V?rSaI HAVE BETUltNED TO THE CITY
hK2 and resumed practice JOSKPH T.
DUSIUtAN, Votorhinry Surgeon. Ofllci-. Wash
Nuylor's stable Tolephono, 813. ocJ7-12t
Jla, LAMAR & ZACHRY,
8. F. rniLLIPS, AT-'OBNEYS,
oc2!My Sun Building, 1315 F street.
WeSja&UK. HirNTEit's BLOOD pills cniti:
Wv3 all Impurltlos In all Its forms animates:
ecrotula, eczema and skin dlsoases speedily
cured. Also oxcollont for urinary and uidnoy
illseaics. 1'rlcoSl, ForsalontSTANIHFOHD'd
1'harmaoy, Uth and F n. w. Open all night.
Vfcpi.W. 0. JIETZEROTT .t CO., MUSIC
KAi Dealers havo r. moved from Pennsyl
vania avenue to their new building, 1110 F sen
w. threo aoors west of W. U Mosos & Sons.
Oldest and mojtoxtemlvtemuio establishment
WHJS ii, H. EVANS. 1321 F t n w, ,
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR ALTj
STATES AND TERRITORIES.
Tolephono 05:i-!l. Hours from O to 4:30.
CHOICE WESTERN CUT AND LONO HAY.
Constantly 'on Hand nt tho Lowest Market
I II. D. COCHRAN,
Wholesaloand Retail Dealorln
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HARNESS,
1317 FOURTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
TffCJSkHAVINa INCREASED FACILITIES
J3S for tho manufactory and dellvory of
CoufcotlonCry. Foreign nnd Domestlo Fruits,
etc., orders will bo ilollvorod promptly. Per
sons wishing orders for loo Creams, Custards,
lees, Chanot'ci, eto for Sunday will p!eao
lcavo their ordors us early Saturday ns con'
GEORGE W. WEIDMAN.
303 Pa. avo. s. o.
MKS HAL IRON AND BRIDGE WORKS.
WORKS, Corner of Water and 32d Strcnu.
Washlngton1). C. Telophono Call, 428-3.
Roofs, Bridges, Turn-Tablos, otc. Rolled Iron
and Stool Beams, Channols, Angles, oto. Cast
ings of every .description. Ornmnentnl Cast and
Wrought-Iron Work a specialty. PUns, Estl
mates and Strain-Sheets promptly furnlshod on
application. Special facilities for Heavy Cast
lnss. Capacity of works, 5.000 tons per annum.
EDWARD L. DENT, M. E..
Owner ana General JInnager.
VnraaJOIN A CLUB NOW AND SAVE THE
IJfSST" rotnller's profits. CHRISTMAS IS
COMINO AND YOU WILL WANT A WATCH.
Wo offer great reductions In prices of FINE
GOLD WATCHES, CHAINS, DIAMONDS AND
JEWELRY. JOIN A CLUB NOW and you will
havo your WA'ICHKS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Call at our otUco, 315 7th St. n. w., or send
postal und our agentt. will cull on you with a
lino of samples.
ABRAHAM L. SALTZSTEIN. Jr..
Manager of T ho Now Yoi k Wateh Club Co.,
Q1S 7th st. n. v bet. E und V sts.
VWa,USEI UL FEET. ETC
.UU... V. XA..... HIUI . ...WM
kvZ for lif ultli on dnllv walks atin
for health on dally walks cleiwna," and
thousands, from far and near, visit Dr. Whlto's
establishment, 1410 Pa. vo , opposite WIUardM
Hotel, for relief from and avoidance of ailments
of tho foot. I)r. White's twonty-elght consecu
tlvo years of practice in Washington, D. 0.
Office fee, 81 a tilting.
-2a.LADinsy LADIES I LADIES!
ar2 Mrs. MeCaflerty Is tho only hat and
bonnet-fromo manufacturer In tho city. Call
nnd see her new shape". Blcnohlng and press
ing. Straw and Felt Hats altered to tho latest
styles. Orders promptly attended to.
" loot) G street n. w.
rt-rSkQO TO MRS. JIENOERT'S, 411) OTH
VVE2 strtet northwest, for tho celebrated
Columbia Full-weight Woolen Yarns. Stamp
ing dono. All materials for needlework.
LOW rillUKS THIS MONTH.
Plar-n rnnr nrdnr-ii with
S.C. CARTER,10niANDDSTREETS, 8. W.
BHANCHYARD: 405 U btreot. S. W.
LOVEUS OF GOOD BREAD SHOULD
The best flou iu the world.
C. W. CIS3ELL 4 CO.,
Fioprletorsof the Original Roller Mill,
Goorgetowu, D. 0.
WKSSfct'AlHJM OAN HAVE THEIR I'BI.T
k&I: huts ortHiuul In the new Fall styles.
Don't forget uumher, Whiting's rlleaehing und
Millinery Establishment, 018 Tenth street
KKSKT 522 12th st. li. W near F st.
Estimates Furnished For All Kinds of Work,
JOlllllAfl AND GLAZING,
WANTKD-A 81 TU iTION, BY A GOOD COL
uiinlrniin aidrlver mill waltor lnnfu n
I'y, or n phu e In it storo; good roieif ucos.
WILL1A(. NOi'oN, 721 Freeman's alley, lio
twoen Oth,'7th, . and 0 streets,
WANTED -A -ITUATION. HY A YOUNG
oolorii'l Irl as t uto or to help around
tho hoiie,3 Cull ur address 12'-"J MutlUon street
XTrANTUD-KLINEs' ATLAS 01' H1HT0U
V ogy; hounii r uubouud, Address 0211 ii
AM 1,11-1 . 1.HVBOUY TO KNOW THAT
Hloo s s am ( iHunlng Worlin, ItiO Mulno
avo s w, oic.i'1. (ii-potj, renovates I oat liars,
stealing inattrrouii und remakes theuii also, fur
nlijiri'SleanieOiuihubojt manner and utlow
erprles. WAV1'M-TIII PI'IILIO TO KNOWTHAT
P.WALIin mn ,k CO., man ifacturos
muslonl Insiriimi , t, all,i utrlngs; ropalilug a
specialty. 1417 0m fin w.
WAJ(?1;liuVl KOWN THAT f . 8. IIUNDY
of 458 Lu ttV, 1)pp 0ty Hall, ll L'liuimls
slonor of Doeil, or nlltho Mate and Torrl-
VVTArJI KU-OLl) GOLD AND SILVER
VV bought tnr nsh by WM. FRIEDEItlt'U,
Iho maimfuomun, jwulr, 003 7tli st, ojiji Pat
FOR RENT nOOMS.
((( K STIIEET - BEAUTIFULLY I'UIt
iOO hlshml pirlore on first floor! eouthorn
oxrwwro; open gr.itoi rent modorato If taken
ut once; no other rooms routed.
Q1 0 N HTHEET, N. W., OPPOSITE THE
Lois' British Lnimtlon. several finely fur
nished room, on sulto and single; bcamliul loca
tion; all im cnjotiors.
pllETTIEST ItOOMS )N THE CITY FOB
L rent with board, A 2d and Od story front
room for gentleman and wife, or tsvngcntlamoni
nlsoslnglo rooms; best tablo board at loason
nlilo rates; references. 1328 Oth,
now home; i
13T1I STIIEET, F1B8T DOOll ABOVE
., nriRiu. cnccriui roonn; nondnomo
southern cxnourcmlcnlv furnUlinl!
tablo board; transients aceomino-
FOR RENT HOUSES.
l'JMFitnw. Mrs..... fiar.n nn
lino Put 11 w, 1:1 rs uoo ou
1401) Mass avo nw. 15 rs lnU 07
1110 vtuvon w, lOrs 150 110
1 1'JS Mass nvo, 1 1 rs Ifio 00
1730 Mass nve, 17 rs 125 00
P st 11 w, 112 rs 1W IK)
ll'j.inuhstnw. irrs nn 00
nil 1 21st n w, 10 rs ,.loo 00
102'Ji.stnw. 11 rs 100 00
ii'-MMthstn w. 12 rs loo no
1721 Conn avo. llrs... , 100 (10
171)2 Panvon w.10 rs 01 117
17281st nw, 13 rs 83 33
llthstn w, ncaro, 15 rs 83 :i:i
1701 Conn avo, lira 75 00
2000 it st n w, 12 rs 75 01)
202IOstll w, llrs 70 1)0
15270tn w, llrs 70 00
1510 20th St II w, 10 rs 0.1 00
512 E nn w, 1:1 rs 05 00
HI .Ml 5 til stnw.iors 05 00
1115 Nst nw.llrs 5 00
1700M stn w.Drs nn 00
22(1 N J uvo 8 c. 0 rs 50 00
1110 lilth stn w, 10 r no 00
151430th stn w. 17 rs 50 00
2ll0l4thstnw,10r 45 00
lnoisst nw,l)rs 45 00
2l2U14lhstn w, lOrs 4107
no2Maplouvo, Lo Droit Park, 7 r 40 00
501 Mnploavo, Lo Droit Park,7rs...... 40 00
1370 11 stsw, llrs 40 00
21tmi4thstn w, lOrs 40 (K)
15312l)thstli W, 7 rs 35 00
1328 Rlggsstn w, Ors 35 0(1
152t2Ilthstll w, Mrs 25 un
1507 Caroline st 0 r 25 00
1007 Lst n w,7 rs 10 45
U221ststsw,o rs in no
22(Ust sts w, Ors 10 00
Tho nbovo houses can bo examined by permit
from our ofllce only.
THOMAS .1. FISH BR & CO.,
FOR nENT-A DESinADLE BRICK HOUSE
of eight rooms and bath, at 1201) T street
northwest, to doslrablo tenant, at S25 per
month, Call on owner ut promises.
ITtOR RENT-HOUSE 815 4UJ STREET 8. y.;
8 rooms; brick; bath, latrobc, range, hot
und cold water; nowly papered; all mod Imps;
In perfect order; cars pass tho door; largo yurd
and stnblo; runt only S2o. Apply THOMAS E.
WAGGAMAN, 017 F street. ,
ipoit RENT-A SIX ROOM BRICK HOUSE.
I! No. 470i Missouri nvo n w, near Oth st.
Applyto James Kolohor, 425 Hth st n w.
0011 N stnw.ll rs.mi s-io 00
32Pstnw.7rs.ml 25 00
182033d st ,0 rs. ml 20 00
OiMlOstn w,0 rs, ml 40 00
1310andl401 2'Jth st, 7 rs, m 1 22 50
120O32dstnV 875 00
1202 32dst n W i.. 35 00
112 KIM Stn W 50 00
3210 Mstnw, storo and flats 50 00
;i203Psl 10 00
2 Masonlo Hall alley SO 00
O. II. PICKLING. 120 1 32d St n w.
T.NVKST S7.500 IN SMALL BRICK HOUSEsT
woll rented; sure to pjy you S750 per year;
may pay you SI, 140 per year. Audress E. S.
COLLAMEH. 210.-1 Pa avo n r. .
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SAI.ll AT MOUNT I'LEASANT-SEV-oral
well-located cottages and nice build
Ing lots; also, on 14th stront extended, 5 acres
beautifully located, and 3 acres near Bright
wood, Improved by7-roorn cottauo, 4o.
WALKER WILSON 1000 FBt.
FOR KA1.K-A NUMBER OF SMALL HOUSES,
O to 8 rooms, with mod Imps; for saloon
easy terms. GEO. W. LINKINS,
Corner 10th and II sts.
I7I0II SALE HOUSES.
000 Ostn w. bh.Ors. new S7.5Q0
:;i)2Ki nt.bb,i)rs 7.000
351 4 Prospeot nve, b h, 10 rs 7,(HK)
12.17 30th st, b h, 0 rs 5,000
KIO'2 UOthst. Ola , 5.0IX)
.'1100 Nat, bh, 10 rs 5.0(H)
U512 P st. b h, I) rs 2,5110
1413i)5thst, f h,7 rs 2,500
0.';i3 Prospeot st.bb, 10 rs n.onu
Tho abovols only n portion of tho property on
my books. Call for list.
' O. II. FICKLINO, 1201 32d stn w.
FOR SALE LOTS.
IOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
Lots and oottnees In Eoklnzton forsalo. Plats
of this subdivision, blng tho first addition aver
randntolhocltyof Washington, aro now ready
for distribution. Several attractlvo cottages
and a number of the eholccst lota will bo sold to
persons who will Improve the same. It Is the
purpose or tho proprietor to mako this tho most
uttractlro subdivision about Washington. Tho
streets are exact extensions of thoso of the city,
nnd overy modern con vonlenco will boprovlded,
An abundant wator supply, perfect sys
tern ot sowcrago. Incandescent cleotrlo
lights and nn oloetrlo railway havebeon pro
vided. Ten thousand feet of curb havo
been contracted tor, nnd tlio laving of ourb
and pavements will bo commenced In n fow
ilajs. Cottages will bo erected for purchasers
It doslred. For plats, apnly at tho offico of
OEORGE TRUESDELL, 005 Sovonthst. n. W
or nt Third and T sts. n. c, in Eakington.
To see tho property, tako tho Eloctrlo Hallway,
at Now York avonuo and Sovcnth strcot nortn
wost.; I71OE SAI,n-4 FINE LOTS ON CIIAPIN ST,
L' 50x150 oaoh; ono on 16th st, near Colum
bia road; a oholoa building site, 50x115.
1)ENJ P. DAVIS, 1310 Fst.
"iTlO It SALE-VACANT LOT ON U STREET,
.L bet 12th and liltli st u w, S5o per ft. In
quire ut 2032 12th stn w.
FOR IXVESTMKVr 117,000 SQUARE FEET
ouToanoueo ave, nt 11th stn 0, nowcr and
water, 17Hio. worth 25o.
Half square n e, nil shallow lots, high ground,
on grade, 31.000 xq ft, only lOo.
Nleollttlo lot 20x80, u u. on good etroct, only
Choice lot on N st n w, 23x07 to wldo alloy,
ncur Scott Circle, only 82. IB.
Elegant stable lot, Duiwnt Circle, fronts two
(30x15 foot) paved allays; water, sower, gas,
AH of abovo terms to suit. Also lots just
across Boundary on small monthly payraouts.
Plenty other bargains. WM. T. OKIE,
Room 4 1331 F btuw,
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
rTIOR SALE-CHEAP. V TENT OFFICE RE
U ports (moclwnicnl) f ,m 1B10 to 1871 In
clusive, coinprlslng lltty- ur volume,
store, l'juu 7tn street noruiwes;
XTiOlt bAI.E-AT40.HSTN W, PARLOR AND
j.' neuroomiurnituro, can
shades, curtulii polos nndtol
bedroom lurnlturo, carnot, stoves, dishes,
net sets cueap
T710H SA1.E-A HAINES Jt BRO. 7-OOTAVE
1? piano, In good order, roasouablo. Apply
immediately at 1520 Pat.
LOST AND FOUND.
r OsT-ON WEDNESDAY'. NOVEMBER 7.A
JJ small poonrtbnok. Finder will please re
turn lo IH11 lilth sir, ot.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
T"UA1!uiliTrXNb ELEGANT HOTEL.
. E. nOESHLB, , .
rpiIE BELVEDERE. THE LOWEST PRICE
urst-oias uumo 111 mu uny, ihii, i-u. uvo.
mid 3d st. 11. W.
A FA HK.
Washington. 1). C.
WASHINGTON, 1). 0
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Flro Escapes.
TERMb- j 1,1)0 and 81.00 pur Day.
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Nlnth St.,
NEW YORK CITY.
J AM 1!.S II. UltlHiLl.V, I'uiprluUir.
blXTIl STREET AND PIS.NNSYLVANIA AVU.,
L. WOOUmJRV. 1'mprleior.
Ilavllutiecently fitted upt
In connection with ray PATENT PROUESS, I
jn tu.... u(n pieiiarwl in furnish
ILLUSTRATIONS AT NEW YORK PRICES
Photojiuphlug ou Wood fur tiie Trado.
dlB DleventliStreut N, w.
FOR SALE AND RENT.
DEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOS E. WAGGAMAN, 017 V Strcot.
Changos mado Wednesdays and Saturdays.
THREE-STORY BTUOK AND FRAME 1I0U8E8
400 M st n w. b h, m 1. 14 rs 822,500
U23 nnd 025 11 st n w, b b, and 0 housos
.. rear 22,000
1312 Vtuvon w.b h, ml, 13 rs 10,0110
1730 II stn w, b 11. ml, 10 rs. 15,000
R st, bet 13th & 14th sts n w, b h, m I,
4153d stmv.b h, ml, llrs 12,500
1013 10th st n w, b h, m 1, 10 rs 12.000
IWDMstnw. bh. ml, 13 rs 11,000
loioilstnw, bii, ml, 10 rs 0,500
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
Ot5andOlOBstno,bh,7 rs $1,000
(12 to (lit (1 st n 0, fli, 4 rs 3.500
38nnd42Myrllostnc, bh,ml,7r 3.400
51 loth nt 11 e, t ll. 7rs.. 2,600
ll) Myrtln st, I) h, m 1, 7 rs... ,.,, 2,200
lilMrytlost, bh,7rs 2,000
112 K st. f h, 0 rs 1,800
l)2Mrttost, bh.7 rs 1,700
7 1, 70. 8 1 and 8(1 Myrllo st, b b,7 rs 1,700
230 2d t no, bh,2rs 1,500
For a torm of 25 yoars, a valuablo pleco of
business pronorty on Fst, bet lltli & 12tnsts
n w; rent 8150 per month and taxes. Lesseo to
build on same.
For n term of 25 years, a valuablo piece of
business property on 11th st, nous i ovo; root
S123 per moath and taxei. Lcssoo to huilu u.i,
On II st, bet 4th & 5th sts nc.rentpor an
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
N J avo. hot Q nnd Rstsn w 31.00
13 st bet Canal and 0 sts n w 1.00
NocorN Hnvo nnd 1' st n w 70a
list, bet 1st und 3d n w 50a
Gst, bet 2d and 3d no 50o
HOUSES FOR RENT.
2100th stsw.Ols 25 00
Hin.lUisti W, 8 rs 25 00
41 1 NVavon w,8 rs 25 no
l2304thstn w.o rs 22 5u
1123 U stn w, 7 rs 21) 50
1)01 5th stnw, 5 rs 18 00
2127 Nstn w.or 10 50
22Mvrtlotno. 7 rs
11)05 17th stnw. 4 rs
3231 Prospect avo, 0 rs
80 Defrecs st n 0, 8 rs
813 o stn o,0 rs
88 Myrtle st no, 7 rs
101 Doottuucy, net 1st nnu ua, 11 amiu
ne,4rs : 10 30
10 alley bet 13th and 14th, V and W sts n
W,4rs 10 00
4 nnd 3 7th st road, 4 rs I) 00
(1311 Esox oourt n w, 4 ri 0 00
412 Cedar court s w, 4 rs 8 50
Rear 103 1 20th st u w, 3 rs 5 25
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safo as U. S. boads; 0 nor cent., payablo quar
terly; In sums S100 to S 1,000; small premium
In sums to suit nt 0 por oent.
Tho abovo Is only a portion ot the property on
my books. For full list call ut office for bulletin
Issued on tho lst und lntli.
X Roal Estato Broker, 03 1 F t n w, Room 4.
Spoclal attention paid to tho oxchango of all
descriptions of roaf estato aad personal prop
erty, mining stock, etc.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
1310 Fst, adjoining Sun Uulldlng.
Suburban property a specialty.
pAUTlES SKEK1.10 SAFE INVESTMESTS IN
Local Securities will be furnished full particu
lars on application at our office.
1310 I'st. u. w.
MONEY TO LOAN.
ONEYTOLOAN ON REAL ESTATE AND
otnorsccurities without delay.
JAMES F. BROWN,
Roal Estato nnd Loan Broker,
Sinn nnnT0 1j0AH on real estate
cpXUUlUUL' in nmounts to suit.
B. II. WARNER A CO.,
010 V stnw.
MOMEI TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR
first-clnss securities at lowest rates of la
tcrost. No delay where security Is good.
303 7th stnw.
MONEY TO LOAN ONIMPROVED CITY REAL
estato. McLACULAN & BATCHELDER,
1225 F st n w,
ONEV TO LOAN IN, .SUMS TO SUIT.
Lowost rates. No delay.
1222 F Bt n w.
MARTY'N'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE AND
School of Teleuraphy and Typo-Writing,
313 Oth street northwest, near City Postonico.
"Tho highest standard buslnoss collego in
America," Splendidly equipped. Tlio largest
and most commodious building In tho olty de
voted to business training. Catalogues froo on
application. Colored students not admitted.
Francis a. Martyn, president; C. K. Urnor, A.
M., C. E pilnolpal,
MT. VERNON SEMINARY, 1100. 1101,1100,
1110 M street and 1128 Elovonth stroet.
Hoarding and Day Bohool for young ladles and
Fourteenth year opons Wednesday, October 3,
for reception of boarding pupils: Tnuraday,
October-!, for recoptlon nf day pupils.
MRS. E.J. SOMERS, Principal.
HIRE BERLITZ hCROOL OFLAMIUAOKS.
TERMS BEGIN NOW. '
723 14TU ST. N. W.
MlhS IIALCIPS CIVIL SERVICE INSTITUTE
AND BUfclNESS SCHOOL, 1207 10th st n
w. Opon ail tho year. Pupils prepared for all
CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT.
Classes will ho resumed In tho LOWER
SCHOOLS on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13;
nnd lu tho SCHOOL OF PHILOSOPHY on
Thursday, September 20.
, EXAMINAA10NS FOR ENTRANCE
will take plaoo on Monday, September 10.
TEKMS-Dny soholurs, $50 yenrly, payablo
half-yoiuly In advance; half-boarders. 8100;
boardors, J300. For further particulars apply
to tho prcsidont,
J. HAVENS RICHARDS. S.J.
NORWOOD INhTITUTK SELECT SCHOOL
FOR ailtl.S. Apply at 1407 Mass. avo..
Mr. and Mrs. W. 1). OAHItLL. Principals.
Pupils received nt any time.
KDONALU.EMiIV KCUOOli, CORNER MASS.
avo and 17th st, Waslilngton, D. 0.
Seoond session, Feb. 1 18SS.
Miss Cutchcon's Evonlng Travel Class will
begin Fob. 20, 188a.
Tho first lecturo on American Literature by
Prof, Llnooin, Feb. 1 1, 1888.
For information address tho principal,
MISS ANNA ELLIS.
SPENCERIAN BUSINESS "COLLEGE;
Throo entlio floors. National Bank of tho
Republlo Building, corner 7th and D sts, 11. w
1'uyund evening sessions. Young men iu.d
women practically trained for suit support, and
uotul lives, Uvo t'ouncs-Tho Piactliul Ilusl
noss Coiirsu, Stenography, Typo-Wrltlng Hiid
(Irapliiiphnno, Pltiiuin bliorttuiud, I'rnotloal
English Uruncr-CK, Dolsurto bchool of Expres
sion. Si'bolustjo year begins Momluv, Septein
temberil. College opens lor arruiigamentsoii
nnd after Monouy, August 27. bend for new Il
HHNRf C m'ENCER, LL.ll., Principal.
MRS.bARA A. SPENOEH. Vleo-Prlnolpal. ,
"Wm. R. Riley,
Corner Ninth and E Streets Northwest,
Is closing out all kinds of
At Vory Reduced Ratos,
E. G. DAYIS.
BLACK DRESS GOODS, EMOHOIDEIUES,
Luces nnd Ti linmlng,
719 Market Space, Washington, D. C.
Barbour Law muhllii . -!, ;400 ra. Ave.
'PEEntESS DYES &SZ83
A LBAUOIPS OHAND OPERA-HOUSE,
An clnbornto prodtiotlon of Jofferson and Tay
lor's groat aquatlo success,
x fl DARK 3EGRET 1
With tho Original Cast, fioencryand Roallstlo
THE NEW HENLEY REGATTA SCENE.
Real Boats, Hao'ng, Sholls, Stoam Launchos, on
A R1VEU OF HEAL WATER.
GEORGE 1I0SMER, tho Popular Osrsman in
tho Great Boat Race; Copt. William A. An-
drows, In his llttlo dory "Dark Sccrot."
Wednesday JIATINEES I Saturday.
Noxt Wcok Tlio Coqiiclln-Hadlng Company.
MONDAY, NOV. 12.
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEES,
Hoyt's Vory Funny Farco-fomodv,
NEW MUSIC. FRESH FUN.
A compnny of Finished nrllsts. Bettor than
over and best of all.
JAMES O'NEILL In "MONTE CRISTO."
A LBAUOIPS GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Messrs. Henry E. Abbey nnd Maurlco Grau beg
respectfully to annoiinco tho first appear
ance In Washington of
Of tho Comedlo Franosls, and
MME. JANE HADING,
Of tho Theatro dil Gymunso,
And a Superior Frenon Dramutlo Company, on
, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER II),
In tho following repertoire: "La Jole Fait
Tcnr " '.'Los l'rcoieuscs Ridicules," "Lo
"Los surprises 1I11 Dlvorco," "Fiou-
Frou,'1 Mllo. do la bolgllore,"
"Carallle," "Don Caisar
D , , , aoliazan."
Soalo of prices: boasou tlokets for soven por
formancos, SI . Tho salo of season tickets Is
now in progress nt box otllco, nnd will oonllnuo
until Weduojdny, November 14, at noon, bin
glo night seats, S2.60, 82, SI .60 and $1, ac
cording to location, Single night Bala begins
nt I) a. m. Thursday, November 15.
rTARRIS' BIJOU THEATRE.
WEEK COMMENCINGMONDAY, NOV. 12.
Matlneos Tucs ,Thurs nnd Sat.
America's Brlghtost Gem, tho Llttlo Eloctrlo
In her highly successful comedy drama, in four
Supported by nn efficient compnny of artists, In
cluding tho Popular Minstrel King, Mr. JERRY
I1AKT. Next week Oliver D. Byron.
TT-ERKAN'S NEW WASHINGTON THEATER
.Matinees Mon., Tuos., Tlmrs. and Sat.
LONDON SPECIALTY CO
LESTER AND WILLIAMS.
Tho 'World's Only iErlal Queen, JUTAU, as
sisted by GEORGE W. BROWN.
Nat-HAINES AND VIDOCQ-Willlam.
Guycr and Goodwin, Dun J. Hart, W. II. Barber,
Schoolcraft nnd Cues, Fred Roberts, tha
Glllctts, etc., concluding with
tlio only altorplucu,
Mm .itjd jack:
ATIONAL FENCIBLES' FAIR,
NATIONAL RIFLES' ARMORY.
G stroet, between Ninth and Tonth,
NOVEMBER 12 TO 22. 1888, INCLUSIVE.
SEASON TICKETS, 500.
Thoso tlckots also ontltlo tho holder to tho
benetitof a distribution of prosonts'at tho closo
of tho Fair.
MONDAY NIOHtTnOVEMBER 13.
Prof. Carpenter's Scenes In Hypnotism. Won
dcrful fun. Admission 25 cents.
i O TO HECK'S BILLIARD AND POOL HALLS
Ky and hear the now Self-Playing Orohestrn;
plays equal to a full brass band; forty ploeos.
Tables nowly reflttoJ und ooverod. AUG. II.
HECK and THEODORE BECK, Solo Managers,
No. 031 Louisiana avonuo and OUO 1) street
pitOF. SHELDON'S DASCIXO ACADEMY, NOW
L open for tho roooptlon of pupils Mondays,
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Call or send for
circulars, 1001 F st. n. w.
STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN
Leaves 7th-st. Wharf dally (except Sunday) for
At 10 o'clock a. m.; returning, roaohes Wash
ington about 0:ao p.m.
SOI FOR OKEAT FALLS AND CABIN JOHN
Bridge. Steam Packet Excolslor makes
rogular trips ou Sunday, Monday, Wednes
day uud Friday, leaving High street and Canal,
Georgetown, at 8 11, in.
Faro, 50o, round trip.
JUSTH'S OLD STAND IS THE ONLY PLACE
whoro first-class socond hand clothing can
bo sold at rospoetablo prices, Addross or call
at 010 D stroot northwest.
T!IESS)IAKING-MRS.E. A. POWER, AGENT
J for tho Rood Maglo Hoalo; Instruction, $5;
liberal discount to clubs of throo or moro. 1018
8th htn w.
rpiIE WOMAN'S DAILY TRIBUNE FORBALB
JL by T. S. Kelly. 145 1 Qst n w; prlco 10 ooats
per sqt, delivered lu any part of tho city,
F IHKT-GliiSS MEVLS "iroil-250 lVWa
. . International Dining and Lunch Rooms,
a 10 Pa uvu u w. Board nud rooms, SI and 81.50
FoirrNiipniioR 15 "OR 25.L'RVFJIKAI. go
to tho LE DROIT DINING ROOMS; clam
soup Mondays, Wednesdays and l'ridayt. Ul'J
IV1L SERVICE EXAMINATION QUESTIONS
nml niuiiiniu sJ.ix.l Hint..
HUM uuntTVirt, tiuill.1 XUU tU
0. W. M.YNN. A. M . Ivv Instltutn.
B w corner 8th and K sts 11 w.
"rniiR world no movvv-remumher"
JL tho "Terrestrial Clock." RAM HAY has
cutihe prices; wituhos oluaued, $1: llrst-class
malusprlugs, wurruuted ouo year, 81; all olook
und Jewelry work nt tho lowest prlcos In tho
city; wo defy competition 122 IF stnw.
muYoimiiirrmiiNK,AT 20 cents per
L pound, don't get stroug orrauold; keeps
better than butter; satisfaction assured (all tho
year round), or inouoy lofundol. Exoluslvo
contiol for Wnslilnutiiu of tho goods we sell.
Stalls II 10. 021) and auo-remomher tho num
bersContra Market, adjilnlug Goldun's fish
stalls, Opon dully till 14-'-l0; Saturday's, all
day. Also 401 Gtn w., 0!)?aull day.
Tolephono. O.iloru,. oniuNi!u
J TUFTir At'RKrFHEBII PASTURiOE AT SI
; ner mon Hi for horses, ut Carletnn Mills,
JL UK) 0 strcot n w.
llriitinb Ofiliirt. l'Jl'J li .v.
Collars and Cuffs u spoolulty, at UOo. per doz;
bhllts, lOo. oaoh. '
Goods uallod fur und dollverod ut any part of
rjlOR NORFOLK, OliliPUInT AND TIIE SOUTH.
bi HUS0JEi",1.1J bKAHYlcivos Wtt.hliuton
Monday, Wedni'sdarund Krlday, nt5 p m.
Stoainer L.DY OF THIS LAKE, Tuesday.
StretulK. y' UtD P'm''"'H'U
bto lurnr Loiirv lands ut Fluey point going and
Lady of tho Lako lands at Cornfield Harbor
nnd Colon nl lleuuli on Saturdays Hluainur
Ilirther nolloo. Sunday nt ll p. in. '
I'uro, i ui-Juy excursion, roturu Monday 7
a. m $il round trln. '
Coiiuooiloiis iiwdo at Norfolk with Old Do
minion htumnslilp Company for Now York.
K1111xa.1ll.toya itprusiwlil call and oheok
Tiiluiihono oull-Luary, 715 U, Mjioley,
W. P. WELCH, Supt.P 8. Co.
UEO. P. PHILLIPS, Mupt. I. i
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