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THE EVENING POST, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1888.
The Evening Post
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WASHINGTON, NOVEMnBR IU, 1898.
A CAT IN TUB CASK.
A young man in Now York city who
lately voted to havo no moro of 3Ir. IIow
itt, was arrested yestordny morning for
eliootlng a cat, ami held in f 100 for cru
elty to nnlraals. Tho young man's rmmo
is DicderlcU Bccke, and ho is a grocery
clerk of lrreiuoncuabio cltaractor and
At an early hour on Sunday morning
Dicdcrich was awakened from his slum
bers by a wild and woolly duet on tho
back fenco and approaching his
window cautiously, discovered two
cats engaged in nli.it, before the election,
might have been mistaken for a heated
discussion of tho tariff.
lie that as it may, Dicdcrich drew a
cK lly revolver and, taking careful aim
nl the striped disputant, ho toppled tho
gray cat off the wall in tho ugontes of
mortal dissolution. Tho striped cat in
continently withdrew without investi
gating the result of tho shot, and Mr,
liceko retired to his virtuous couch with
the comfortablo and congratulatory feel
ings of a man who had bet on Harrison.
When ho catno forth at a later hour
ho was met by a minion of tho law and
a watrant of arrest, sworn out by a young
lady living in tho nest row, for killing
her favorite pet. This was a Bbock to tho
grocery clerk, and he tried to escapo by
Bwearing ho had shot at tho other cat.
This was true, hut it was no excuse.
Tho eat hud suffered by his noor marks
manship, and tho law of compensation
must bo satisfied.
Monday morning ho was hauled beforo
the Justico oud held to answer as abovu
Btntcd. Justico Ford rendered tho de
cision in tho case, and Justice should no
longer bo his title. Hours, days, weeks,
months, years of sleep in tho aggregate
are destroyed overy year by these icono
clHsts of Morpheus, and when a man, iu
his righteous indignation, succeeds in
depriving tho country of ono of them,
cither by deceit or open warfare, ho
should bo properly thanked, not pun
ished. Even though fair woman de
mand tho sacrifice of his suffering.
No wonder Mayor Hewitt, whoso
sleepless nights have been filled with the
disturbing lovelry of those imps of dark
ness, was defeated In a. community which
permits such a perversion of justice.
"What charity for a victim of insomnia
could bo expected among such a people V
What votes could bo controlled in such a
population? Thousands of reasoning,
thinking peoplo all over this bioad land
of freedom will raise their voices in con
demnation of this Justice Ford, and in
a spirit of rovengo will vow enternal war
fare against the trlbo of Thomas and
Maria, and with one acclaim will shout
"Dtlcnda at Tomealibus."
Senator Gouman says: "There is ono
thing this election hns settled, and that
is that this Government can bo adminis
tered only through and with tho assist
ance of parties." Has tho Senator be
tomo a Mugwump ? "Wasn't it by try
ing to administer tho Government
through nnd with the assistance of
jm lie ilivX Cleveland fell? Ono party
nl atimo is enough iutho administration
of affairs, Senator.
Thk bloody shirt will not wavo very
long in the case of 3Ir. Jordan, of
Maine, who has been evpurgated from
Noitii Carolina on account of his pe
culiar political vlows. Later nows from
thnt section Indicate that Jordan was
an offensive partisan, whose partisanship
led him into inciting his followers to
mob violence, to arson and such other
unlawful proceedings as aro highly un
pleasant in any sort of a com
community. Maine 1b a much
butter locality for Mr. Jordan than
North Carolina, and the probabilities at
present aro that Mr. Jordan will tako the
rather broad hint extended him and stay
away from Noilh Carolina. This is a
free country, but not too free.
Mn. G. Lotiiaiuo Newman, tho epis
tolary tlend and emotional agitator, will
probably bo given nn oppoitunlty to
withdraw from tho world nud make eyes
at tho pretty girl through prison bars,
Mu. Clpveland's majority in Georgia
was over (10,000. Such a majority, Judle
iously distributed, would have elected
lihn President and continued tho Demo
cratic party in power indefinitely. The
lesson in it is that the Democracy, if it
would ho Bucceisful, must not "lump"
its voto as It now does. There's too much
Solid South, and when that is broken up
ami Democratic majorities may bo su
cured In the Northern States to off-set
itopubllcnu majorities South, the party
will bugin to huvo a living chance. Jt Is
too much of a ono-sidud ullalr now, with
h money all on the North side, to expect
mythlng hut success for the money side,
lKTiinnK ih onu tliitv nioii' tlmn nn
i, !.it which 1'roslilunt (Jluvuiuml does
, l want at tills tlmu it Is Imllscrimimilu
iiinutliy mlinlnlKturoil in public plnrtw.
l' ndor iiMnitedsyiiipatlil.iiiH whnuttunil
.li'.-UHiul ilny rufuptlom at thu Wbiio
jlouiA will plwifo inuku a riotw of this
in I save thylr vympathluti for private
Jlillillii; I'riiKiKus NIkwI).
ntciisliii civllUat in ulltcu C'liluu very
n..wly. 'I'liu first riilriwl bunt there Is now
In cpniHllou, und it only pays dlvtdundt on
uipltHl stoulc that it actually paid up. This
Is calculated In cioatu much umuteiiieut In
railroad clrclos Iu this couutr).
'act. A Ualtlmore pariot has been tauL-ht
V! "Tnkn Dr. Hull's Cough Sjrtii."
Salvation UU Is a geuulnu
L'eiumit) preparatlnti or
Notulug like It. t its,
tho euro vl till paiu.
TIIH KNIGHTS OF IjAHOK.
Tho Kleionth Alumni Convention to llo
t'lu nt Itiillmmiinlls Tij-ilny.
An Indianapolis dispatch dated tho
12th says: Already delegates to tho
clovcnth annual convention of tho
Knights of Labor had arrived In In
riinnapoHs yesterday, although tho open
ing session will uot bo held until to-day.
In many respects this is one of tho most
Important conventions thnt this organiza
tion ever held. Internal dissensions
have developed within tho past two
years, beginning with tho Richmond con
vention and being caused in part, at
least, bv tho failure of tho crcat South
western Railroad sti ike. and further ag
gravated by tho later falluro of the stock
yards strike nt Chicago. It hos been as
serted by some, who claimed to know
whereof they speak, that from 800,000
members two years ago, tho order has
dwindled to MUU.OUU at tlio present time,
Tho basis of representation is ono ilclo
gato for eVcry 3,000 members, which
means a big assembly.
Tho income is now saldlobotoolow for
tho expenses. Various propositions
looking toward a reduction of tho ex
penses will bo made nt this mcctlug, and
tho action on theso ami on other matters
will htfvo a bearing only of f uturo success
or failure of tho order. Of tho work to
bo dono at this tlmo, District Master
Workman Hugh Cavnnagh, of Cin
cinnati, says thnt tho constitution and
by-laws will undergo soma revision, and
tho successors to tho present general
otliccrs will bo elected. Mr. l'owdorly,
ho thinks, will bo rc-eloeted to his
present position if ho can bo prevailed
unon to accont.
Ucitcnu isiastcr workman rowaoriy
has repeatedly stated that ho would not
stand for re-election, but his intimate
frcuds declare thnt he is tho only man In
whosa hands tho order can bo B.'ifelv
trusted, and it is known that thov will
insist upon his accepting tho leadership
another term. It is claimed ho can bo
re-elected if ho is wllliug to accept. In
dications, however, point to a vigorous
contest, as Thomas Rarrv. O. W. Cailton.
J. T. Buchanan and other lenders of the
opposition nro going to bo present in
force. It remains to bo seen upon which
side of the contest Clinrle.3 II. Lttchmun.
late general secretary of tho order, will
throw his support.
A strong movement has been begun
in favor of Paul T. Bowcn, of Wash
ington, as the noxt mastor-workman.
The Baltimore Knights havo already in
structed their delegate, Charles 51.
Metz, to urge Powdcriy's retention, but
in tho other case, to do everything pos
siblo for Bowcn. Tho Washington dis
trict assemblies nro understood to havo
taken similar action. Tho movement Is
not only contlned to Maryland, hut
Bowen is extremely popular throughout
Vlint Mr. Connlillno Sny.
Mr. J. W. Considino, a prominent
member of tho Knights of Labor, said
this afternoon to an Evening Post re
porter that there was no organized move
ment on foot to run Mr. Paul T. Bowen,
of this city, in opposition to Powderly.
If Powderly is not a candidate for re
election, and declines to serve ogain, then
Mr. Bowen will bo heartily supported
by Washington and will recoivo support
from several other sources.
Mr. Considino was of the opinion that
Powderly w ould bo re-elected.
The National "llnlo In tho around."
That Uoyt-tl-tolty bodge poilge, "A Hole
In the Ground," drew a largo audience at the
National last night, and succeeded In making
itself quite satisfactory to tho majority. Tho
sccno of tho play Is laid at a railway station
and continues through threa nets, and the
atace settings aro eminently realistic. Thero
is uo plot.' fhero Is a good deal of funny
business, sonio funnier than ouis that isn't to
funny. George Hlchards leads tho list, and at
times was very good Indocd. I rank Lowton,
as a whistler, won so many recalls as to para-'
lyzo nls pucker. Julian .Miiciicirs uascuau
umpire was a great game.
Miss Nettle Lvford. tho lunch counter clrl.
was pretty enough to soften tho heart of a
railroad sandwich. Fanny Stevens was a
cuto telegraph operator, and all tho other
jounc ladles iutho cast were cbartnlujily at
tractive. Borne of tho music was good, nnd
somo of It wasn't. Taking It by and large.
"AHoloin tho Ground" Is n play that will
catch on with alt kinds of audiences and
make peoplo laugh without exactly knowing
or caring why. Again to-night.
AlbniiRh'H "A Dttrlc Secret."
Of course every ono at Albaugh's last nlcht
was Impatient to see Ifosmcr, tho oarsman,
and the famous Henley scene. Expectation
was moro than realized. When the Ameri
can's shell dashed across tho flnlsh lino easily,
wluner by alcntrth from bis only competitor,
the entire audience arosu and cheered until
Hosmer was forced to bow his thanks repeat
edly. In tho Henley Regatta sceuo 1,230 feet
of tho stage Is flooded with 5,000 cubic feet of
watcr,ranglug In depth from two to eight fcot.
Along tho banks aro tho many small craft, iu
which the English delight to sit while thoy
view these most remaikablo races. Prof.
Smith nnd bis trained docs u'lvo a clover ex
hibition on tho shore Just before tho race.
Groups of gaily dicsscd oung men and ladles
arc seen hero and Micro, and the scene Is quite
picturesque. "Tho Dark Secret" has won
Kornuii's London Specialty Co,
A good house and an enthusiastic one
greeted tho London Specialty Cotnpauy nt
Kernati's last night, and took in tho attractlvo
features of the olio with cutto, nnd kludly uc-
ccnted those not so attractlvo. There is the
usual combination of bongs, dances, comody,
serlo comic, musical specialties and all the
rlih and varied concomitants of a vaudeville
entertainment. A number of popular favor
Itcs appear, and those not quite so well known
do work that will soon glvo them a hold on
tho public. Every night and matinees.
"Pert" was tho play last night nt Harris's
llljou. and Olllo Redpatb, o charmingly de
lightful kid of 11 j cars, was '.ho star, and a
star (ho Is of tho llrst inairiiltudti, considering
her )cars. "Pert" is bul'.t for her especial
heneilt, and at tho same time It does not x
cludu possibilities for action In tho cast, all
of which are mado tho most of. It Is a con
tinuation of seeue and Incident, sharp talk and
luteiwlluir situations. Thu souks ami dames
wi.ru qulto up to thu standard. Again to-nls'ht
aud matinees Thursday und Saturday.
'I he siilo of season tickets for the Cotpielln-
Hudlug ongiigoinent at Albaugh's next weik
began j estcrda) and l making must trratlf)
inn prognws. sale of single seats twelua
Thurwlnv morning nl 0 u. in., ut tho tx oflli c
Prices 2.M, s.0(), il 50, sJl-00. according to
Il wa Mlbk May .loycoatid not thu g)py
girl, -is stated In this morning's edition ol Inn
I'osr, mm won thu voclfuioiis plaudits of the
iiudliinco ut Alli.tugh's lat night by the uul
Istii manner In w ileh she fell into the chilly
wnlor uiiil u.ink txineutb thu waves.
After the election, what ? Well, various
tlilUK. Itast, recupuratlou and refutiin"iit
mount: olheis, nud a return to a uoniiul tnn
illllou of ijulct on the part of the public Mi u
who do tint rpuuk to oach other a the piss by
at pnwent will hako hands and hiuuue iouu
ciuiipaiiloiis for four )our more; the small
noj will tako off his iiimpjiKii huitnn mid
t,ikn to rwulliu: torle4 of the wihl, wild ISni
'1 in- houiehold will bo ruttmed to a cotidliion
of domtwlle r'luilllirluiii, ,iud ultoiiiitliKi Uu
(oiiiiiiunll) will fiel happier than II haa or
siano iiionths. 'I he Atiuirlcuu poiilo are on
ilvtfill in their adaplubillly. New York
A llml Wuy to flxi Toatliniiny.
It may onlj bo a tampalL'n slandor, but if
emissaries) of the London 'llmui have boon au
thorized to offer paruou to dynamiters now in
Jul! in iituni for testimony ugaliisl Paruell,
tho Tor) government will ho moro ill h- lltol
llnui leijii'd by ti'Sllinnny ohtuluod Iu that
way. I'ulladelphla Ledger.
3UUUDKH AND SUICIDE.
A Wealthy riillnnlliriiplst nnd Ills Wife
Killed for Spite.
A special dispatch from Wonona, 111.
says: This vlllngo Is In a fovor of excite
inont over n doublo murder, followed by
tho sulcldo of the assassin this morning.
Tho victims of tho brutal assassination
nro 1'otor Howe, senior membor of tho
banking firm of Howe & Son, of this
plncc, nnd his wife, tho former aged sov-cnty-threo
years and tho latter slxty-uinc.
Thoy llvo in a lnrgc two-story framo
house, situated about a half of a mllo
from town. The only other occupant of
tho houso was n domestic. At 0 o'clock
this morning, as sho came down stairs,
thu light of tho lami), which sho carrlod,
foil through tho open door of Mr. and
Mrs. Howe's bodroom nnd revealed a
ghastly sight. Tho walls nnd bedclothes
wcro covered with blood, nnd lying on
the Moor was a car coupling pin, to which
adhered hair and clotted blood. tho ran
to communicate tho terrible story to a
Mr. Irwin. Mr. Howe's son-in-law.
Tho latter at once suspected Charles
Burkharl of committing tho deed, and a
watch was placed on tho rooms, where
he resided witli his wlfo. over u grocery
store situotcd In tho prlncipil business
block of tho town. Bnrkhart was ob
served walking up and down tho hallway
apparently In groat agitation. It was not
long until ho discovered that sentinels
had been posted outside, nnd ho went
Into his bedroom, procured n razor, nnd
cut his throat from car to car, nnd was n
dead man inside of flvo minutes. His
wife, who had been in thu ndjolning
room, heard his dying moans. When
she entered tho room ho requested her as
best ho could to "care for tho baby."
The cause of this terrlblo deed is attrib
uted to n petty splto on tho part of Bttrk
hart. Tim domestic In thn house of tlio mur
dered couple, Sarah Richardson, n hand
some lass of nineteen, and Burkluirt's
stepdaughter, was uften importuned to
come nnd live with 1dm, put sho refused
to do so, nntl ho thought tlio Jtowes were
at thu bottom of her objections, lie
therefore concluded to murder them.
Some time during the early hours of
this morning ho left his upaitments, pro
cured a lndder und entered a second
story window, descending to tlio room
where tho aged couplo slept. Nothing
was taken from the room, Burkhart's
only desire being murder.
l'cter Howe, tho murdered man, had
amassed a fortuno of $250,000. Ho was
very cbaritablo and possessed n spirit of
philanthropy, which led him. some tirao
ago, to endow tho Howo Institute at
Isow Iberia, La., and tho Baptist Insti
tute, nt Mouiphls, Tcnn., of indigent
persons of both races. Tho murdered
wlfu is a sister of George Parks, tho
Magnolia. 111., millionaire. Burkhart.
tho murderer, was a dissolute, drunken
fellow, and very dangerous when under
tho inlluenco of liquor. Tho citizens of
Wenona emphatically express themselves
to the effect that had not Burkhart com
mitted sulcldo they would havo lynched
Sheriff Morissoy, of Ottawa, with thrco
deputies arrived on tho sccno ntnoon, ap
prehensive of dllllculty of this kind, but
tho desperate man choso death In prefer
ence to being taken alive.
Why Slio AsUcit.
"George, dear," sald'Mabel, as they sat to
gether In the cozy parlor, "you havo been
comlngto sco mo every Sunday night for tho
past six months."
"Now, there Is ono thing I would Hko to ask
"What Is it V
"Do j ou think that jou could over learn to
"Never whllo tho stars shlno or tho sun
casts his beams upon tho earth."
"Are vou sure!"
"As sure as that I now llvo. Why do you
ask such a question 1"
"I was tn hopes there was Bomo prospect of
yuor giving mo a rest." Merchant Traveller."
It's UnKllsli, You Know.
Roy (reading aloud) lly heaven, I'd rather
coin my heart nnd drop my blood for drach
mas Parent (Interrupting) Tho bloko Is bloody
generous, Hobby, who is tho bloomln'
hldlot wot thluks that drachmas, or wotevcr
you calls hit, Is good in Henglandl Who
wrote that there?
"Shakspcarc, is it? I know that cad was a
thief, 'cos I've read about 'Is goings on Iu thnt
Hue; but, Hobby, I never heercd he was a
shoieroftbo queer afore." Boston Tran
script. A Very AVIso 3Inn.
John (outside) Is your father iu, Mary?
Mary (Inside) No. Coma in.
John Has he gouo out for long?
Mary (encouragingly) It doesn't matter.
Uo won't say a word to jou. Coma right in.
John (hesitatingly) This is my first call,
j on know, nnd he
.uary (impaiicnuy) uomo ngm in, you
fool. Somebody presented father with a bull
dog to-day, and as thero aro sl girls of us In
the family, ho has Just gono douu to thu
wharf to drown It. Uo won't be hack for two
hours, and If he was hero now he would bo dc
llglitul to sco you. boston Courier.
A colonial paper reports a curious specimen
of "KngUsb as sho is wrote" Iu tho Truusvual.
A "prospector" svho livus Iu tho wilder parts
of the diggings, recontly sont the following
tplstlo to a llrm In llarberlou: "Do.irKlis,
please send mu a hag1 of Hour a shovel ono
pick half pun nlgorhead tcrbacco and a
whcollurrnw my wlfo had a baby last week
aud a sciow hammer prospects Is irood. lours
etc." "NlgKorhcad terbacto" is good. Lou
Miil IiIhk tlin Wt'iiror.
Tho I'rlnto of Wales has t.ikun to wearing
gretu Lid Kloves. On learning tills fact anjjlo
manlacs will lose no tlmo In poi-susslnc tlts.ui
solviswlth a pair ol urceu gloves, aud how
nicely they will match thu t'eiicral nppeurauco
of the we.'ireiii. St. Paul Press.
W3 HOCHUALE CO-OPER TIV"s()CI
jft i'ty. Au adjourned inontlnii of this
Society will be held at n . (ii nrtil's hull ft. I)
11th street iortliwet, on TIIUIMiVY Iftu,
Instxnt, hi 7 3D p. m A liiice auuiiiliiiiiu m
members Is di-iriid us huMuesif linHirt.iniu In
to Ihi consMereil.
Ily order, J. w. IIAUhiia.
WfCtMltl),f''i'' AHSOCIATIuN. AN AD
'-i J uirnwl inui tins of the MolU.it Amu
ci.ilhci "f tho Dl-trlel oi ColuinM i will ho htld
In tin t'ulversltyiiri.u, ruui.iwn Law Hulldlnn,
Buuiliuiiiit corner on, ann p stnu t unrtjiwiiit,
'1 UKslfAY, .Niivun.bui 1 I. IS-vH, aftt o ulouk p.
in. lly nider of tho Pn side d,
W. W ,liNMTON,M. I).
OKOROEO. OIII.K, At. li.,MKnlHry 2t
t)Sk,,hl;l',;,' I'EI'.T, rTC- THE WISE
"i forliuullhoiiilallv walks ileji. ml," mid
tlioiumds, from larandnesr Un I)r White's
e-Ublisliiniiiit, Mill I'll. ii , oiii'i-llo Wlllard's
lliitfl. for rtlhf from and avnldnni'Dof Hlluienti
ofth'li-rl lir. MMtuM twi nt? olirht eonsecu
tl )ors "f Mctcu in Wusliuutuu, D C.
OfUiKlre it a klitiiut.
rfrSi.SOU rilERS INVKSTMENTsINCOAI
lCa. Iron and Timber Lands
A. li. RANDLIC tmjt to uh 1 the solul ntten
iluuof iwrsons dwliliu; toHcquiruKiiek prop
ii'v In !nruor mnull iMctsat themry lowt
itiih full piirtioulars on application Ad
(liuss 30.J 7(h l , n w , Wmihliijton, D. C,
frSS),KOW IS THE TIJIK To DUY YOUR
oz. uoul 'or thu lull anil wliuvr WM E
llOuiiK, whuKMsiv and rutail ueulor In A'onl
ai oal lioitom irlum, 1'uli wluht ,ind
imasuiu All under nhuliur (Urn mu u trial
omeend ya,d; Twelit'i, btwuuu Hand h sts
ii. w Toll phono (xiiiuoulon.
r, LAMAK & ZACHRY,
F. PHILLIPS, ATT0K.NKY8.
oc22-ly Hanllulldliw, Jillft Fstnet,
T?EC5Sa.I"i HUNTKIfii III 001) PII.I.H CURE
yS- all iinpurltlusln all Its lortns anuslavum
tiroiula, iscuma ur..t skin dlsaios siieodlly
curtd, Alsooxcollent fur urmaiy uiiil kWnuy
ilWues. Prli a 81 for sale a hTANDIKOHD'S
l'huruiacy, Uth und V v. w. Open all night.
tfKS-j, .TOSKl'lt MOUAI1Y
W'SS. Wishes his friends to know that ho Is
now connocted with tbo I oue of
HOWNSON, PAIlKKIt CO.,
. . nm, Sontlirnt cor, of 7th nnd 1) strocts,
Where ho will bo glad to personally attend to
their wants. outll-tf
$5gsMOORE & SCHLEY,
IMNKKItS AND llltOKKIH,
20 IIKOAU bTUCCT, Zs'UW YOltK.
MBMDUKS OP THK NKW YOltK STOCK EX
CHANGE. ntlVATB Willi: CONNECTION WITH COlt
WASHINGTON, I. 0
Corrcsiwndcnts In W ashlngton,
COUSON A MAOAltTNBY,
v?ga.w. II. HAllItOVi:it,
. , , DE1LE11 IN
STOVES. HANCJUS AND FUUNACE3.
" llKPAtlllNO NEATLY DONE.
KITCHEN KUltNISHINO OOODS, ETC.
no. oia snvoTit st. n. w.,
I NEAll PENNA. AVE.
, , nm: sets,
' Choapcr than over.
Eiamluo our extonslvo stock beforo parohaslns
! HAYWAUD & HUTCHINSON,
-1-1 nth St.
W DOS V street u w
Jitkes a specialty of custom-mndo shirts, so
pliico your order with him at onco.
!re,'N OIIDEU TO I'ltOTECT OUIISELVES
L-s wo hetowitliRlro notlco to nil parties
Interested In tho staktx wu hold In tho Into
elections, that wu will pay such to the winners
niter tlio oQicliil announcement. Any patty who
mny wish to ho Its wager paid beforo tliU
tl'no. must set tlio Indorsement of both of thu
THE SHOOMAKEIl CO..
iu.imu:m i: st. n.w.
vvcsj.anoaAN's installment house.
W1--. Uvlng removi d to my Now Storo,
730 ami 7 11 Foventh st. n. w.,
I om prepared to sod oheapor than any other
credit houso In tha city, our stock of OUl
PKTH. OILCLOTHS, MATTIN03, ItUGS,
HKATINO AND COOKINO STOVES, PAItl.Olt.
11ED1IOOM. lHNINU-IIUOSl AND KITCHEN
i-'UHNITUUE Ik complete, and will ho sold on
Credit choaper than thoy can ho sold olsowhoro
for cash. Coino and 600 us and you will bo sat
OHOC-AN'S. 730 and 7 11 7th St. n. w.,
IS THE I'LACB TO DEAL.
All Carpets boimht from us wo will mako and
jay on me noor ireo oi cose.
YfrCNEW MUSIC STOKE.-ALL KINDS OP
VyvS-- shoot Jliulo hikI Muslo Hooks: all the
fto nnd 100 rati si a published. IIISNHY WHITE,
(JOS 7th st. n w, opposite I'atent Oflloo,
JOHN WAltD, PltEACHEU.
THE OWL'S NEST, by Wlster.
RAYMOND KEltSHAW, by Cox.
THE bTOIlY OK AN AFRICAN I'AHM.
' W. II. MORRISON,
1331 I' STREET NORTHWEST.
CHOICE WESTERN CUT AND LONCI HAY.
Constantly on Hand nt tho Lowest Markot
II. D. COUIIIIAN,
Wholosalonnd Retail Dealer In
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HARNESS,
1317 FOUUTEENTU STREET NORTHWEST.
trrSSStoHAVINO 1NCHEA8ED FACILITIES
SjKS. for tho manufactory and dollvery of
Confectionery, Foreign and Domostlo I'rults,
etc., orders will bo ilellvored promptly. Per
sons wtstilne orders lor lea Creams, Custards,
Ires, Chanotics, etc., for Sunday will pleaso
leave their orders a.1 early Saturday ns con,
anOUQE W. WEIDMAN,
U03 Pa. nvo. s. o.
.. .i 1. 1., o
tn5a,THR WASIIINOTON AnCHITECTU-Uk2-"
HAL ji0N and iihiuue WORKS.
WOHK8, corner of Water nnd !J2d Streets.
Washlnitton, D. C. Tolephono Call, 123 3.
Hoofs, UrlilKos. TunvTabloa, etc. Itollod Iron
and Stool Jlo.ims, Channels, Ancles, etc. Cast
lncs of every description. Ornmnontal Cast and
Wrouuht-Iron S'ork a SDcolnlty. Plans, Kstl
mates nnd Strain-Sheets promptly furnished on
application. Special facilities for Heavy Cast
ings. Capacity of works, O.OOO tons per annum.
EDWARD L. DENT, M. E.,
OnnSi' ana Clenoral ManiEcr.
CSa.JOINA CLUll"NOVAND SAVE THE
ltlC rotnller's proflts. CHRISTMAS IS
COMING AND YOU WILL WANT A WATCH.
Wo offer crcat reductions Iu in Ices of FINE
(101,1) WATCHES, CHAINS, DIAMONDS AND
JEWELRY, JOIN A CI.U1I NOW nnd you will
hao your WATCHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Call nt nur ofllto, ftlft 7th st. n. w., or end
postal nnd our agents will call on you with u
lino of samples. . . .
A11UAIIAM L. 8ALTZSTE1N. Jr.,
Manager of 'I ha Now Yoik WntohClub Co.,
Gift th st. n. W bet. E and 1' sts,
YTfiFOIt COOp-FITTINa OAltMENTS
JJvr" (jo to
Corner oth ami uutsn w., ,,,
Under National Ilotol.
YrCfe.w70. METZEROTT CO., MUSIC
Jp"2i Dealers havo r, muvinl Irom Pcnnsyl
vanln uriinuo to lliolr nswhulldlnK, 11 10 Fat n
w, three floors west of W. U Moses ,t Sons.
Oldest and mottoxtenslv no mula citubllxhinout
In tho city. , !
IfSST It. 11 UVaNS. 1321 F it n w,
COMMISSIONER (IF DEEDS FOIt'ALI
8TATES AND TERRITORIES.
TelephonoO.VKl, Hours from u to 1:30.
YrVC3SLADIES? LADIES) LADIES!
Ii1'i2 .Mrs. 'IcCafferiy Is tho only hat nnd
bounet-framo manufaotuicr In thu city, Call
and seu hor new slmpun. llleachlnj; nnd pi ess
lntr. Straw nnit Foil Hats ultered totholutest
styles. Orders promptly attvudod to.
10UU C) street n. w.
-r-r.COAL' LOW. I
JJlr low PRICES THIS MONTH.
PlB'o Venn- order with
h. 0. CAHTEIt, HI I'll AND II STREETS, H.
uu.ifiiiii lAiiut 'if'i ivriiieui, a, i.
VJ-CSmLOVElIb OF GOOD DREAD SHOULD
Tho hcil (lou In tho world.
M ado by
C.W CItfsELI. CO.,
Prorletior thoOrlglnul Rollor Mills,
,, Uooruotuwii, 11. C.
Trr&IM)IKb CvN HAVE THBIU FELT
U3 lints pr, sidlnllio new Full fctvlos
Don't foreoii nuinin-r, Whiting's Hloaolilng und
Millinery Ebta4,libhment, ftlS Tcutli strouC
no I'lnuat, n
Tw-aPAlNTl US -WM.E,8PALDIN0i,C0
HCTv C2 i 1 Jtli t. ii. W ntur F st.
Estimates Fuml-hod For All Kinds of Work.
ffEa.0 10 M
IWS street ) .
Columbia FiiU-w t
lug ilouo. All tniiii
I - MENOURT'S, 110 Ol'H
'tliwu.t, for ill- CulehlMtd I
Wnoluii Yarns, ntnuip
i il for uectliowork.
VV woman a i
cook, wush mid u
lt roliremiw i ,i i
woit, bet. ICjtri, i .,
noil m private family In
iinnol sOiy ut , luht bust
,i IOJII 11'htri'l noith
Musavhuotts u uiiue
V'.Tl'',!-J'AI"In"ODY TO KNOWTHAT
Illco8ti.itn, i, nlng Works, too Mnliia
uvn w, olo.in 1 1 pnti, runoViltoH lumbers,
sti-aiin mattrei ,n , r makiM thunu nun, fur
tilturostoainedli. ii.u(,o,t inunner und allow
A irAfll KI- IT W .Win TflA'tMfl. IIUNDY
V of 158 La . ,,., (my uli, li t'ominls
sinner of Deeds i ,r u 'thu fitatos aud Torrl
AVri:i OI.u ,,(D AND SILVER
boil irht tor f, . i, wt ifiiiiipitif,i
tbomauufactur'.iK i A-i.n.r hoaiiIi m. .,,'.,. i.nJ
eniomuu. " ' "
ITiWe Aro thnllKKT.
FOR HENT H00MS.
(li)rt K BTHKET - lIKAtrritrUI.T.Y I'UII
tlOO nlshod parlors on flrt floor; southern
cxwtiro; mien grati'Sj rent moderate If tnken
nt once; no other rooms rented.
Qf)N STItEET, N. W., OPPOSITE THE
Jul JlrltMi taxation, smcrnl finely fur
ntsiii'd room, en stiltu nnd single; bcamlliil loca
tion; all conveniences.
now liotK"! s
j-inTH8THi;r.T,FinsT noott ahovk
uriKiu. vucor'iu romni; iinniMomo
iimv linn": ftoutlirrn nxtiogtirmnlfinlv ftmiUlinil!
excellent tablo board; transients nceommo
FOit REM HOUSES.
l.M Pstn w, '2.1 S-oO 00
llllOI'stn w, 1.1 rs .oil )
1 lt)l) Muss nvo n w. in rs Hid 07
lill) tavon w, inrs ,., lnt) id
1 I'M Mns nvo, 1 1 rs
i,,iu Mass arc, J i rs ,
llUS Killi st il w, lira
1(11 1 Ulstn w. 10 rs
i:i.i,un w.ll rs
Ii. llthstn w. 1- rs
17tConnno, llrs... ,.,,
I7U- I'aiion w, HI rs...
17-UIsl n w, 13 rs
1 1 tli st n w, near 0, 15 rs,.
17(11 Conn ae, 11 is
-000 11 st n w. 1- rs
75 0 )
JIM I O st n w, 1 1 rs 7000
is'noi n w. it rs 7ii uu
irlo .otbstii w, 10 rs II" (H)
ni-iutnw, til rs oi oo
KMllfttli stnw, lor or, oo
llin Nst n w, lira f. no
17(H) M st n w, u rs fi.'i oo
'2-11 N ,1 ao s c, 0 rs Ml 00
lllointhstnw, Kirs Ml 00
ini 1 30th stnw. 17 rs ISO oil
tillilllthstn w.lOrs -IIS OH
l&oiHst nw.Ors 4B oo
'-'l'.'Dl Ithstn w, lOrs 1107
WW Mnpla uvo, Lo Droit Park, 7 rs 10 00
not Maplonvo, Lo Droit rark, 7 rs -10 oo
137(1 II stnw. llrs 40 00
UlotnUhstii w. 10 rs '10 00
lnut'jothstn w. 7 rs.... in oo
1328 Klirirs st n w. 0 rs 'M 00
lft'21 wtlistn w.urs 2ft oo
lfi()7 Caroline st (i rs.... vr ihi
lou7Lstn w,7 rs l(t-tr
!lststs w.O rs 1ft 00
'J'Jil Iststs w, llrs 1ft 00
Tho nbovo homos can ho oxamlnod by permit
from our oflico onlr.
THOMAS J. FISH Bit & CO..
11M lst n w.
ITIOIt KENT-A SIX ROOM IIIHCIC HOUSE,
L' No. -I70)v Missouri nvo n w, ne.ir Uthst.
Appl to James Kolohcr, 412S 8th st n w.
I .11111 REST-HOUSES.
! 30I1N stnw.llrs.ml SHO 00
!113'jl'stnw,7rs. ml , 25 oo
182033d st .0 rs. ml 20 1)0
UOJlQstnw.U rs. ml to oo
1310 and 1101 2Uthst.7rs,m 1 22 BO
1200 32d stnw S7R 00
120232dst nw 3,5 00
3'JKIMstn W ISO 00
321l)Mstnw, Btoro and tints fto 00
32031' St 10 00
2 Masonla Hall alloy JG 00
0. II. I'll
.1201 32d stnw.
ISVKNT S7.B00 IN SMALL I1KICK HOUSES,
well routed) suro to pay you $730 per year;
may pay ion Jl, 1 10 per our. Audress E. S.
COLLAMEIt. 2 103 I'n nvo n w.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
IJIOlfsALn-AT MOUNT PLEASANT-SEV-1
oral well located cottnRos and nlco build
Ins lots; also, on 1-lth Btreot extondod, ft acros
beautifully locntod, and 3 acres near UrlKlit
wood, Improved Iy7-room cottneo, o.
WALKER WILSON, 1000 F st.
T?OU SAT.K-A NUMI1ER OF SMALL HOUSES,
! (1 to 8 rooms, with mod Imps: for salo on
nwi T IlMtflMU
Corner llltii and II sis.
200U O st n w. b h 0 rs. now.
3021 o st. bh.tlrs
USUProspeotaio, bh, 10 rs
12J7 30th st, U h, II rs
1302 ilOthst. Ois
:ilO(IN8t, bh, 10 rs
3ftl21'st, bh, llrs ,
I li:!3.1ttist. f b.7 rs
313.1 Prospect st, bh, Hlrs 0000
Tho nbova Is only a portion of tho property on
my books. Call for list.
O. II. 1'ICK LINO. 1201 32d stn w.
FOR SALE LOTS.
70H SALE-REAL ESTATE.
Lots nnd oottaccs In Ecklnctnn for salo. Plats
of this Bnbdlvlston, bilim tha llrst addition over
madn to thu city of Washington, nro now ready
for distribution. Soieral attractlvo cottapes
und a number of the choicest lots will bo sold to
persons who will Improve tho same. It Is tho
purpose or tho proprietor to mako this tlio most
attractlvo subdivision about Washlncton. Tho
streets nre exact extensions of thoso of tho city,
nud ovory modem convonlonoowlll unprovided.
An abundant water supplj, porfcot ays-
tern ot sowcrnRu, Incandescent elcctrlo
llehts und un oleetrlo railway havoheen pro
vided. Ten thousand foct of curb havo
been contracted for, nnd tho lavlni; of curb
nnd pavements will bo commenced In a few
days. Cottages will bo erected for purchasers
lr desired. For plats, npnly nt tho oflico of
OEOROE TRUESUELL, 00ft Seventh St. 11. w
or at Third nnd T sts. n. c, In LcklnKton.
To sco tho property, take thoEleotrlo Railway,
at Now York avenuo and Seventh street north
wost.; rjlOlt SALE 1 FINE LOTS ON CHAPIN ST,
1? DOxlSO each; ono oulftthst, noir Colum
bia road; a oholoe bulldlm; slto, ftdxllft.
DEN.I. P. DAVIS, 1310 Fst.
JTOH NILE-VACANT LOT ON U STREET,
J bet 12th nnd 131 h st n w, sfto per ft. In
quho ttt20J2 12th st 11 W.
FOR lXVi:STJIKM-117,000 SQUAHEFEET
on Tonuosseo uvo, at 1 lth st u o, sowor und
water, 17Wo, worth 25o.
Half squaru n o, all shallow lots, hlffli ground,
on L-radu, 31,00(1 nq ft, only 10a,
Nlco llttlo lot 20S0, n o. on good stroet, only
Choice lot on N st n w. 2.1x07 to wldo alloy,
near Scott Clrolo, only S2.1B.
Elepint stable lot, Dupont Clrolo, fronts two
(StKlft feet) paved alloys; water, sower, gas,
All of nbnvo terms to suit. Also lots Just
across llouudury on small monthly pnvmouts.
Plenty other bargains. WJI. T. OKIE,
Room 1 1331 F stnw.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
X A (JUIET AND ELEGANT HOTEL.
MlllE BELVEDERE, THE LOWEST PRICE
J llrst-olass hon In tho city, cor. Pn. nve
and 3d at. n. W Wiislilu.'toii, D. C. 1IIIA 1)1. KY
.ft PAflli. oo 17-1 y
WASHINGTON, 1). C
Army and Nnvy Headquarters.
Four lion Flru Ksoapos.
TERMS-S3.0II and $1.00 Pur Day.
Cor. Broadvay and Twenty-NInth St.,
NEW YORK CIt'Y.
,1 A. It IN II, llltl'.sl.lV, I'lopriotnr.
UT. .lAAIliS HOl'I'.L,
SIXTH STREET AND i'E.NNSYLVANIA WE.,
L. W00D1IURY, Propilelor.
"Wm. R. Riley,
Corner Ninth and li Streets Northwest,
Is closing out nil kinds of
At Very Reduced llate;,.
BLACK DRESS GOODJ, EMBROIDERIES,
I.iivoa unit Trlmmlu;,
719 Market Space, Washington, p, c.
uarbour ii'',.;;;-,, i u. Ave.
Hoslduncc. No. 1.H" " st. NurthwuMt.
llailni! recently llttod up
In connection with my 1'ATE.N I' PHOUESS, I
ILLUSTRATIONS AT NEW YORK PRICES
I'hutiyrapulnu on Woud lor tbo't'radu.
mttlMTEKV HALE OP Till! JIHICK IIOUSH
JL NUMIIERED 1031 NEW .IKItSEY AVE-
NUE N. W WITH LOT AND Al'l'UH'
Ily virtue of a dcod of trust, recorded In liber
No. 80.1. folio '102, ct son.., of tho Lund Records
of tho District of Columbia, and nt tho reiiuost
of tho person thereby secured, I will sell nl
pulillo miction, In front of tha premises, on 1'RI
llAY, THE ail) DAY OK N0VE.MI1ER. 1888, nt
1:30 p. m., parts of lots II and C, In E, Cnrusl's
subdivision of lot number seven (71, In sqnaro
number llvo hundred und ilftynlno (ftftu). In
tho city of Washington D. C, tho nald parts
of sidif lots bolim continuous, and mnklne
tOftctlKr n lot frontlns uimn Now ,lcrso avenuo
nortliwosl, lot ween K nnd L streets, sovonteen
P et ono nnd ono third lurhcs, and ruiiuliii! back
with that width - fci-t, to nn nlloy claliloen
feet In width, Tho lot Is Improved by n brick
houso of rooms: has modem Improvements
nnd Is In pood repair
Terms of Sale Ono-thlnt cash: hnlnnoe In two
notes of equal amount In six Mid twolvo months,
v.lth Interest nt six per cent per annum,
paynblo semi-annually, ecurul upon tlio prop
erly, or nil cn-li nt the option of tlio purolinscr.
A deposit of 32DO will bo required nt tho tlmo
oi sale; nil comuynn Ins nnd recording nttho
purchaser's cost. Terms of salo to bo compiled
with In ton davs.
ISAAC HENRY VORD. Trusteo.
327 .Missouri Avenue.
WALTER II. WILLIAMS As CO.,
norl 1 d Auulloncors.
FOR SALE AND RENT.
pEAL ESTATE UULLRT1N
THOS 15. WAOOAMAN, 017 F Stroot.
Clinmros mado Wodnosdays nnd Saturdays.
THREE-srOHY JJUIOK AND FltAMB HOUSES
100 M stn w. b h, m I. II rs $22,500
023 and 02ft II st n w, b h, and ft houses
1312 Vtnvan w.bh.ml. 13 rs lu.ih.o
1730 II st n w, b h. in I, lo rs lft.000
It ft, bet 13th t 1 lth sts n w, b li, m I,
11 rs 13,000
llftUdstnw. li li. ml. llrs 12,50(1
1013 loth st n w. I) li. in 1. 10 rs 12.000
tioo M t n w. 1) h, m 1. 13 rs 11,000
1010 H stnw, hli. ml, 10 rs o.ftOO
TWO STORY HRICIC AND FRAME HOUSES
fltft nnd nil) Il st ne, b h, 7 rs $1,000
(12 to (18 (1 st 11 o, f II, 4 rs O.ftOO
OS nnd 42 Myitlo st n e, b h, ml, 7 rs 3.401)
ftllOthBtno. f h. 7rs 2,600
HIMyrtl, st, hli.ni 1,7 2.200
lilMryllost, bh,7is 2.000
112Kst,f li,H rs 1,800
l)2Mvrtiost, bh. 7 rs 1,700
7 1. 70. 81 nnd 8(1 Myrtlo rt.b b,7 rs 1,700
2J02datno, bh,2rs 1,500
For a term of 25 years, a valnabln plcco of
business property on F st, bet lltli & I2tn sts
n w: rent 4160 per month and tnxos. Lessee to
build on same,
For a term of 25 years, a va'uablo piece of
business property on lltli st, non. Pa avo; ront
5125 per month and luxoi. Lossco to build on
On II st, hot 4th & 5th sts n o; rent per an
num R2 1.
UNIMt'KOVED PROPERTY TOR SALE.
NJavo. bctQnnd Rstsn w $1.00
13i st hot Cnnnl nnd Osts nw 1.00
NucorN It mound F st n w 70o
It st, bet 1st and 3d n w 500
U st. bet 2d and 3d n a 500
HOUSES FOR KENT.
2111 llth ft SW. lit $25 00
8154WstW,8 rs 2.1 UO
lllNYavonw.8 rs 2ft oo
12.1(1 -Ithstn w,0 rs 22 50
023 U stnw, 7 rs 20 50
not ftth stnw, ft rs 18 oo
2l27Nstnw,0r 1(1 50
22 Myrtlo tnc. 7 rs Ill 12
Uol7thstnw.4rs 10 uo
3231 Prospect nvo, 0 rs 10 00
so Dofrecs st n o, 8 rs 1ft oo
MHlOsino, 0 rs 11 30
013-15-17-10 N It avon w,5rs 12 00
88Myrtlostno,7rs 12 00
13 1 Snott nlloy, bet 1st and 2d, H nnd 0
ne. -Irs 10 30
10 alloy bet 13th and 1 lth, V and W sts u
w,-l rs 10 00
4 nnd 3 7th st road, 4 rs 0 00
OlIJEssox court n w, 4 n 0 00
412 Cedar court s w, 4 rs , ,.... 8 50
Rear 103120th stnw, 3 rs 3 25
HEAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safo as U. S. bonds; 0 per cent., paynblo quar
terly; In sums S100 to $1,000; small premium
In sums to suit at 0 per cent.
Tho abovo Is only a portion of tho property on
my hooks. For full list oall at oflloo for bulletin
Issued on tho 1st and 15th.
. Roat Estate llrokor. 03 1 F st n w, Ttoom 4.
Special attention paid to tho exoliango of nil
descriptions of roaf ostuto nad liersoual prop
erty, mlulni; .stock, cto.
HEAL ESTATE BROKER,
1310 F st, adjoining Sun Building
Suburban property a specialty.
TDAUTIFS bEKKl.Ml SAFE I.tVKSTJIEMS IN
Local Securities will bo furnished full particu
lars on application at our office.
1310 Fst. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE AND
other securities without delay.
JAMES 1'. BROWN,
Ileal Estate and Loan Broker,
110(1 F street northwest.
(51 HA nftftTO loan oniiealestate
OluuiuuU in nmounts to suit.
WARNER & CO.,
010 V st n w.
MOKY TO I.OA ON HEAL ESTATE OR
llrst-ilnss securities ut lowest rates ot In
terest. No delay where security Is pood.
O O. GREEN.
MOMlY TO LOA ON IMPROVED CITY HEAL
estate. MoLAOULAN & BATOHELDER,
1225 F st n w,
IITOMIY 10 LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT.
11 X lowest rates. Noiloiay.
,11. SMITH & SON,
1222 F st li w.
ATAKTYN'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE AND
XiJL. School of Tcloirrup'iv and Typo-Writlne,
oioilth troet noithwcst. near City f'ost oflico
'Tho hlche't slandnrJ hiithioss colleuo In
Amurlcn." Sploudlilly cnulppod. Thu largest
iiudmoitcoininndioiis biilldluir In tno city de
voted to bmlncas training. CututoKiios fruo nu
applkatlon. Colorod ttiidunts not udinlttud.
FrancNG. Mnrtjii, prosUor.t; C. K, Uruer, A.
M C. !.'., pi'lueliial.
,n. vi.itMiN sKiiisTfiY.nooTiior, noo
1X 1110 M street nud 112S Elevunth street.
Iloiirdlnz nud Day School for youiiL' ladles uud
Fouttucnth ytnr opens Wodncsday, Outoher 3,
for recaption of boirdliu pupils; Thursday,
October J. for reception of ilny pupils.
.Mils. E.J SOJlERi, Principal.
M1IIK llllllMTZ SCHOOL OFLA.NOUAdES.
TERMS BEGIN NOW.
72.1 1 IT1I ST. N. W.
Mis'. lUKMM'lVIL SERVICE INSTITUTE
AND Bl'i-IN'ESS bt'llOOL, 1207 10th st u
w, ()iou nil thu eur, Pupils pioparod for ull
CI 1.0I10MOIVS UM VfRMTV.
JT (lMahtl.liiNl l78fU
CLASSICAL ANDSCIEN't'lFIO DEPARTMENT.
Claims will bo resiimod In thu LOWER
r-CHOOLSou TillTHsDAV, hEITEMIIKIt HI)
nud 111 tho ScllOOi. Of PHILOSOPHY on
'1 hursdnv, Miptiinihvr till.
E.VA.MlNAAtriVl lfllll 1IVI HANOI!
wilt tako plaooim .Mimil.ij. Soptembi-r 10.
TEU.M.s-luy itchiilirs. S-10 yearly, paynlilo
It.ill-jo.iily In udvuuce; lialf-lioardurii, 8100;
For lutthur partluulurs apply
to thu president.
J. HAVENS RICHARDS, H.J.
VTOIIMODII INSTITUTE SKLKOr SCHOOL
1 FOR GIRLS Apply nt 1 107 Mass, iivo.,
Mr. nud .Mrs. W. D. CAIlLLL. Principals,
Pupils iceelved ut uny tlmo.
1,r'l'0NAI.i-H,Llh' M'llUHI.. UOUMKIl MASS.
1L avo uud 171 h st, Washington, D. C.
Second session, Feb, 1 1HSS.
MUs Cutchuou'H Evouliig Travel Class will
bt'ln Fob. 20, 1 1MB.
Tho III t lecture oil Amerlcua Lltoruttiro by
Prof. Lincoln, Kiio. 1 1, 1888,
Fur Information address tho principal,
MISS ANNA ELLIS.
SPENCERIAN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Thrco entire Hours. National Bunk of tho
llopubllo liulldliiit. corner 7lh und I) M. n. w
Buy und uvomiiK suasions YuunR moil ur.d
wnnion i.ruotlu illy tralnod for suit support, and
imt'lul lives, Hlocouri-es-Tha Practical Dust
liess Courso, Slenodruphy, Typo-Wrlllnic and
Giaphophoiio, Pitman Shorthand, Practical
Unitllsh BnincPc. DuUatto bihool of Kxpros
vlon. Uuiiolastlo yuar bojrlna Muudar Heptom'
lumber tl. Colleu opens for nrriiiu'omoutaim
und allei'Moiiiiny, Auusl27' Sundtor now II
lustriiled aiinounoninont ..,.,., , ,
IIKNIUi. SI'KNCEII, I.L.H., Prlnolpal
MRS. SARA A. SPENCER. Yloo PUnclpal.
A LDAUail'H ORAND OPERA-HOUSE.
An olaborato pronuotlon of Jofferson and Ty-
iora great aquauo sueoess,
I ft DARK 8EGRET x
With tho Original Cast, Hccnory and Itoallsllo
THE NEW HENLEY ItEqATTA SCENE.
Ileal Jloats, Ituolng Sliolls, Steam Launches, on
A RIVER OK HEAL WATER.
OEOllfli: HOSMER, tho Popular Osrsmanla
tho drcat limit Unco; dipt William A, An
drews, in his llttlo dory "Dark Bccrot."
Wednesday MATINEES I Saturday.
Next Week Tho Coquella-Hadlng Company.
M-EW NATIONAL THEATER
MONDAY, NOV. 12.
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEES.
Hojt's Very Funny l'aroo-Comcdy,
NEW MUSIC. I'll ESH FUN.
A company of Finished artists. Hotter than
over nnd host of nil,
JAMES O'NEILL In "MONTE CIUSTO."
A"l11AU0II'S ORAND OPERA HOUSE.
Messrs. Henry E. Abbey and Maurice Oraubog
respjcttully to nunouncu tho llrst appour-
uuco In Washington of
Of tho Comodlo Frnncils, nnd
MME. JANE HADING,
.. Of flioTheutroduOymnaso,
Ana Snnmor Frenon Drnmatlo Company, on
i JJON'AV EVENINO NOVEMDER 10,
111 tho following roportolro: "La Jolo Fait
Ieiir.' "Los Preclmiscs ltldltulcs," "Lo
Maltro do Forges." '!.' Avonturlcre,"
Les surprises ilu Divorce." "Frou
Frou,'' Jillo. Uo la sclgllero,"
"Camlllo," Don Ca;snr
, . , doBazan."
Scalo of prlcos: Season tlokots for sovon per
formances, S 11. Tho salo of season tlokots li
JlSlYi " pffess at box oflico, nno will continue
until Wednesday, November 1 1, at noon, bin
Klo night seats, S2.C0, $2. $1 60 nnd $1, no
cordlng to location. Slnglo night salo begins
ntJU a.m. Thursday, November IB.
CTARRIS' HMOU THEATItE.
WEEK COMMENCINcTmoNDAY, NOV. 12.
Matlnpns '1'm,, Tliiir. nnH Mnf
America's Hrlghtost Oem, tho Llttlo Electrlo
In her highly successful comedy drama, In four
Supported by an efficient company of artists. In
cluding tho Popular Mlnstrol King, .Mr. JERRY
I1AK1'. Noxt week Oliver D. Hjron.
Matlneos Mon., Tuos., Thurs. and Sat.
8 LONDON SPECIALTY CO
LESTER AND WILLIAMS
Tho World's Only jT.rlal
rld's Only jT.rlal Queen, JUT
suited by UEORGE W..UROWN,
Nat-HAINES AND VIDOCQ-Wllllam.
Guyor nnd Goodwin, Dan J. Hart, W. II. Darber,
ochoolcraft and Coos, Fred Roberts, tho
Gllletts, etc., concluding with
tho only aftcrplocc,
:me j.it jaok
TNTATIONAL TENCIBLES' FAIR.
NATIONAL HIFLES AKMORY,
G street, bctwocn Ninth nnd Tenth,
NOVEMnEH 12 TO 22, 1888, INCLUSIVE.
SEASON TICKEl'S, COo.
Theso tickets nlso ontltlo tho holder to the
benotit of a distribution of presents at the olosi
of tho Fulr.
MONDAY NIGHT. NOVESIBER 12.
Trof. Carpenter's Sconos In Hypnotism. Won
dcrfulfuu. Admission 2& cents.
.-(OTOIIDOlt'S lllbblAKIIAI) POOL HALM
VjT and hear tho now Solf-Playlni; Orohestru;
plays equal to a full brass band: forty ploco.
Tables nowly rolittod and oovorcd, AUG. II.
BECK and THEODORE 1IE0K, Solo Manaeors,
No. (131 Louisiana avonuo and UJO D street
pttOF. SI1KI,II0.N'8I)AXCIM1 A0ADE1IY, NOW
L oponfortho reooptlou of pupils Jlondayn
Wodnoidnys aud Saturdays. Cull or send roi
circulars, 1001 F st. n, w.
1X MOUNP VEHNONI
STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN
Leaves 7th-st. Wharf dally (oxropt Sunday) for
At 10 o'clock ii. m.; roturnlnc, roaohos Wash
ington ubout3:3Up. in.
0! FOR UUEAT K.1LLS AND CABIN JOHN
UMdim. NlnilTn Ptlftlfrtf. lvrnll.ir imitr,,..
iierroftiiuririps on siiuuay, .Moiutay, Wuituos
day nnd Friday, leavhiB Hlsh street nud Canal,
UtMriretown, ut 8 u, in,
1'aro, 60u. round trip.
JUSTH'S OLD STAND IS THE ONLY I'LACt
whore llrst-olass second hand clothing can
bo sold ut rupuctnblo prkes, Address or oall
ot till I) street yorthw est.
DIlENSUtKIMl-MltS.E. A. POWER, AOENT
for the Rood Musla Sualo; Instruction, $5;
llburuldliuouuttooluUsof throoor more. HUB
8th nt n w.
miiK mnuvs iitn.r tmihjnk forsalu
by T. s, K"lly. 1 tri I ( st u w: prlco 10 ooats
per rot, dellvuied lu any part of tho city.
I.MIlir.i'LAHS JIIUI.S FOR 250. BELL'S
i: internalinnul Dlnlni; mid I.unoli lloonn,
.-. .f,,,,,, 'Jl,v. l.tttlUll IVUIIti,-,,
Board uud rooms, JL uud 11.(50
IORAKIIPHtllllt 15 OR 21-URr IIKALGO
I! tn tho LE DROIT DINING ROOMS; clam
soup Mondays, Wednesday uud 1'llilaya. bl'J
C" IV1I. "i:it ICE EXAMINATION QUESTIONS
uuduiiswors. Send Kioto
S. W. FLYNN. A. M . Ivy Institute,
ti w Loruur 8th uud K sts n w.
"fllllE WORLD lit) )IIIVV."-HEMEMIIER"
I, Ilia "Terrestrial Cloak." HAMSAY has
ii'fuio orleiwj witchos cleanml, SI: llrst-elass
muliiipilus, warrautud ono year, Sit all ulouk
ami jiiwilry work uttlui lowest prloesln tho
city; A'odi'ly competition. 1221Fstnw.
rnttv unit iiuiThitiMt, at 20 "cents per
L imimd, don't got titrons or ranoldj kuciH
bultur than butter; Mitlsluutlou nssurod (aH tlio
jour loiind). or money lufundui. Excluslvo
control for Wuslihiutmi of tho pio.la wo suit.
Stalls ;W8, h20 and 330 -romomhnr tha niim
tiers Contra Murkot, udjolnhitf Gulden's IIjIi
btnlls. Open dully till 12:30; Saturday's, all
day. Also 101 G nt n w ojuvi all day.
T.llKrY ACRKS FRESH PASTURAGE AT 8t
I' net month for honos. nt C.irleiou .Ml'Is,
111(1 G street n w.
Branch Ofllcu. 1212 l'.l. avo
Collars uud Culs u upeululty, ut 2uu. ir doz;
bhllts, IDo. each,
GikhIh nailed for uud dollvorud at uny part ol
thu olty; .
IUII M)ltflll,K, 01,11 1'DHT AM) Till: HOUTII.
SteaiucrGEOROl! LeTrY loaves Wa.lilnstou
Monday, Wudiii'silaf uipl hrlday, atn p m.
Steamer L ,Y OF THE LMJE, Tuosdav,
Tliursdiy and Saturday, ut ft p. m from Sixth
Stoatner Luuvvhnds ut I'luoy Point Kolnjr and
l.mly of the Lako luuds ut Cornfield llarhor
and Colonial lluuoli on Situulays Sleainur
juithernotleu. sutvlayiitop. in,
Furu, Hiurdny excursion, return Mouduy 7
u. in,, 83 round trip.
t'ouueotloiis mado ut Norfolk with Old Do
minion btouiimlilp Coiiipaiir for Now York.
Knox nod Lloyd KMruiwlit onll ami clmok
baavauo ut hotels mid pitrata roHhluiioui
Toiupmino mill- houry, vi.iii Mosuiey.
I'm ii. SJ
WELl'lI. Hiipt p S. l'o.
P. PHILLIPS, bupt. I. Jb
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