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THE EVENING TOST, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER Jo, 1888.
The Evening Post
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"WASHINGTON, NOVEM-lEIl 15, 183S.
rilK l.Tl-It-ATt.XA-- i:UIllITIUN
Tho cordial co-operative int crest mani
fested by tho lcproscntntives of tho sev
eral railroad lines tributary to Washing,
ton at tho conferenco yestorday with a
commlttco of tho Board of Promotion
of tho grand international exhibition of
the arts, Industrie and resources of tho
thrco Amoricas, proposed to bo hold at
tho Nntionnl Capital in 1S93, Is signifi
cant of the feeling being aroused in favor
of th o grand project, and is a decidedly
encouraging omen of tho success of tho
As a relief from tho turmoil of tho
lalo political campaign, what a grand
mcasuro this is to unite tho sentiment
of the pooplo of all parties and sections,
in urging upon Congress tho passage of
the bill unanimously reported by tho
House Commlttco on Foreign affairs,
providing for an exhibition for tho mil
lions of visitors from nil parts of tho
world of tho wonderful arts, resources,
and industries of the American republic,
in friendly competition with tho exhibits
of tho Dominion of Canada and of Cen
tral and South America, sldo by side, at
tho National Capital in 18021
What grander project can bo dovlsed
to properly commmomorato.tio 400th an
niversary ;of tho discovery of America
than to provide for an exhibition at tho
Capital of tho Commanding Republic of
thedovelopemcnt, progress and resources
of tho 'Western Hemisphere? It Is a
project which should arouse tho patriot
ism of all citizens with geuulno enthu
siasm. The rnocEssioN last night was a water
;olor in white and black.
The Republican procession Inst night
was, in many particulars, a most ro
marknble success. It is difficult to got
nt numbers, but thcro were probably
5,000 men In lino, and tills number would
have been largely increased if the
wentber had boon less threatening, it
was a thoroughly enthused crowd, and
yet tho order was uniformly good, and
no disturbances aroso. When it 1b con
sidered that bucIi a demonstration occurs
in a city where thcro aro no voters,
whero political organization is nat
urally lacking in luo essential ele
ment which must give cohorenco, and
further, when tho party represented has
been out of power for four yoars, the
energy and enterprise displayed and the
loyalty to party which bo ovidentlyand
enthusiastically manifests itself, aro
worthy of recognition and commonda
tion. A great victory must necessarily
havo a warming and reviving effect, but
it is none tho less creditable to those in
terested that in defeat they did not disin
tegrate, and when it was their timo
to celebrate they celebrated with a una
nimity that disaster might weaken, but
could not destroy. Tho procession was
a great revival and the spirit moved tho
.masses as one man.
It is said that Senator Quay is to be
meanly rewarded with tho Postmaster
Generalship. This is baso Ingratitude.
If there had been no Quay there would
havo been no reward to offer.
According to the annual report of
Treasurer Turner, of tho Knights of
Labor, that organization is not in a very
prosperous condition. Tho membership
lias fallen off 300,000 during tho last
year and tho order is nearly $3,000 be
hind. Labor, without capital, cannot bo
It was as oversight on tho part of tho
Republicans last night that tho Govern
ment buildings woro draped in mourn
hig. Massachusetts 1ms set forward tho
peg of reform. The sentence of death
by hanging in tho case of Mrs. Robinson,
the muidcicH, has been commuted to
lifo imprisonment. Ohio, with a woman
waiting death on tho scaffold, should
follow tho oxamplo of Massachusetts.
And then in lino with this progress of
public sentiment, tho Lcgislatuiesof all
fitates should enact laws providing that
tho penalty of death shall not bo In
flicted upon women. This is not sunt!
mcntallsm; it is manliness.
The returns from West Virginia
como in so 6lowly it looks as if that
Btato were n part of tho funeral proces
There is a rumor, which is said to
como from tho innor political circles,
that Jlr. Calvin S. liricu nnd other
wealthy Democrats havo returned to Mr.
Cleveland tho $10,000 which ho contrib
uted to the Democratic campaign fund.
The rumor is hardly creditublc, but, if
true, Mr. Cleveland would get no inoro
than his deserts.
Col. Inoeiisoll says there is no liollj
tlio Itepuullean party says tliero is no
surplus in tho Treasury. They will uoth
reap tho reward of tholr error.
Bome bbii.i.iant Cahlnet.innkcrBUggcsts
that Mr. rtutherfoid B. Hayes bo ap
pointed Secretary of tho Agricultural
Department in tho new Administration.
Jlr. Hayos' fltuess is licyond question.
A Wreeliod A'cbocI Unturned,
The Navy Dopartmuut has been informed
tint ttiq schooner Jauo Uray was turned over
to her owners lu San Francisco. 'I his vcl
wns wrccltul In tho Aictlc (Jcoan, but was af
terward raised by Commander Kmory, of tho
I lilted Btotes Btcamcr Thetis, temporarily 10
palrcd aud tho property which had been taken
from her recovered from other ycsbcIb and
bout In charge of u naval ofllcur to Han Fran
cisco. All of tho odlc.is aud 'rcw ot the, The
tis generously declined to accept salvage, aud
the vt.iel was restored to her owneis frco of
IjKXGTII OF LIFE.
A Subject or -Irent Intercut to Us All In-
In nn itilcrviow yobl-iday Br. Henry
T. Child gave some Interesting informa
tion conceinlns tho means of promoting
tho longevity of man. He says :
llicro is an appointed time for every
living thing, extending from the brief
period of tho ephemera, often less than an
hour, to the ngo of Ponio of tho laigost)
trees, which may reach to several thou
sand years. Among nnltunis we have
been ubb to note tho iigcs nt many
classes, that is tho timo when most tit
tho species die. It lias been estimated
that wo may determine the probable du
lntion of lifo by tlliat ot tho various ntnecs
of growth, mnturity ami decline, which
nro eoniowhnt rcguur. Tho old ndiisc,
soon ripe, soon to deeny, has n foundation
ot truth. Wo Judge ol the age of animals
by their rato of growth, and wo hpcnlc of
precocious children as having grown too
rapidly for long life.
uiiscrvntion Miows t lint, tno lirst, 20
years of man's llfo Is the Mago of growth,
then U0 years of maturity iitul SO for tho
period ot decline, making tho nllottcd
70 years. Dr. IlichiinUon, of London,
divides llfo in boven periods. (1) from
birth to 15 .veins, completed childhood;
(l!) from lfi years to HO, completed adol
escence; (3) from HO years to 15, com
pleted munhond or womanhood; It)
trom 45 to 00, ripened manhood or
womanhood; (5) from CO to 75, first
period ot decline; 10) from 75 to 00,
second period of decline; I") from 00 to
100 or upward, period ot scnllo matur
ity. I'rof. Gustnfson. in his wort.. "Tho
loundiition ot Death," says: "The
present average ntro of man is not over
50 years. Herodotus says of the Mucro
liinns (Ethiopians), in the timo of Cnra
byses, that they wero renin rluiblo for
their1 beauty nnd their massive iiropoi
tlons of body, in both ot which tliey
suriussed nil other men. They lived to
bo l'JO years old, nnd some to a longer
period, and yet they fed on roasted meat
and used milk for their drink." Dr.
John Richard Fane, when examined bc
foro tho lmillnnicntnry committee, in
1831, appointed to inquire into the cnuso
nnd cMcnb of drunkeiuiess, guvo it us
his opinion that tho life of man is 10
l'rofessor P. Flourens. of tho Colleco
of Irnncc, in his work on human longev
ity (Paris, 1851), considers 100 years to
bo tho norranl length of man's life.
"Few incn. Indeed," lie says, " reach
that age, but how mnuv do what is
necessary to rcnoh it? With our way
of living, our passions nnd worries, mail
no longer dies, but hills himself. To
prolong life, that is to malce it last ns
long as tho constitution indicates that
it should, thoro is a means nnd n .cry
certain means, nnd that is to llvo so
berly." Every man knows that his physical
body Is his means, for being and lining.
Ho knows that for this end he must
respect, cnio for -yes, revere his body.
Nobody, when tho mutter is brought
plainly beforo him, will hesltnto to ad
mit thnt ho ought, to live in such n
manner thnt nil his faculties, capacities
and powurs should receivo tho Jxsst)
development nnd activity; but in prnc
tiro tills truism is almost unknown.
And with our social llfo nnd institutions
only nn exceedingly small piopoitlon ot
mankind, even with tho best intention
of mankind, even with the best inten
tion In tho woild, could approximately
lencii ims weal. Biiiucient mm agree
able rest, enough of undisturbed sleep,
congenial nnd healthy occupations, suf-
iicent nmonnr, nnu variety ot iicnitny
foods, fresh nnd pure nir nnd water,
healthy dwellings these nro nil essential
for bodily visor nnd hcnlth: but to how
many ot tho toiling millions who labor
for ilnllv bread, either by musclo or
brain, nre these essentials vouchsafed?
It is of the highest importance to keep
those views prominently before mankind
that tho ideals of a better lifo may bo
constantly hold up; for, although wo
may not reach theso ideals, they aro
essential for our progress, nnd every step
wo gain In tho direction of theso Is im
portant. Tho records which havo been
kept for moro than three hundred years
prove conclusively thnt there has been
a continued and progressive increase in
tho nvenigo longevity of tho human fnm
ily. The most completo records ot tho
kind referred to nro to bo found in tho
statistics of tho town of Geneva, in
Switzerland, whero n detailed account
of tho population, of the denths, the
births and the marriages, has been kept
since tho year 1540. It appears from
theso statistics that tho proportion of
tho number of deaths to tho number of
ho whole population, which, in 1000,
was ono to twenty-five, in tho next
half century was ono to twenty-seven,
in tho next ono to twenty-eight, in tho
noxt ono to thirty, nnd in tho next ono
to thirty-four; nnd during tho linlf
century lately passed over, tho propor
tion is known to havo decrenscd still
Snld Dr. It. F. Craig, in 1850: " Tho
average duration of life that is, the av
erage ngo of oil persons at tho period ot
their death hns increased from twenty
two years and thrco months, nt tho end ot
tlio sixteenth century, to lorry years ami
eight months, during tho pulled botween
tho years 1814 nnd 1833, and not only
has this ineienso of longevity been un
interrupted, but tlio rato of the increnso
limine the picsent century Is greater
than thnt of any former time." At tho
present timo it ranges very near fltty
LINKS FOUND IX A IIY.MX IJOOK.
now the Surct remain Worshipper
.Spends home or Her Time lit Church.
I suppose it is not conducivo to a
proper religious frame of mind, but when
1 11ml myself in n strange church, or a
stiango pew, I invariably look nt the
blapk leaves of tho hymn book, or rather
nt the leaves which wcro blank when tho
book came from tho blndor, for they aro
usually covered with little messages by
tho timo I inspect them.
Theso messages nro written by imma
turo porbons whoso idea of tho sanctity
of churches will pormlt them to write,
but not to whisper.
I found tho following assortment In a
hvmii book in pew number , in tlio
Church of the Offertory, last Sunday:
"I forgot to invito Janot to tho picnic.
Wasn't it disgraceful?'
"Look at that friglit or a noniict.
"Do vou hear that man asleop?"
"It isn't a man. It's a llttlo child."
"Does that rip in iny back breadth
"That's a lovely hat you' vo got."
"Ought to be. Cost $11.08."
lScbUio these, thoro wero somo I could
not read. They had been partly rubbed
Llttlo Maud and Undo Jim In the parlor;
Undo Jim asks llttlo Maud for a kiss.
Llttlo .Moud No, your wlfo Is looking.
Undo Jlm-AVell, what of it
Little MaudMamma Bays she Is bo Jealous
ithn cnti't Slav In her skin.
Undo Jim -Well, novcr mind, (llvo mo a
kiss mid I'll glvo you some candy.
Little Maud I'oohl I can get all tho candy
I want by not telling when papa kisses Aunt
Aunt Fauulo being Undo Jim's wife, Undo
Jim mak no inoro lovo to llttlo Maud's
mother. The Cartoon.
Turrllilo Career of n Mini Dor.
A dispatch from Indianapolis, Jnd., sajs
" A dog owucd by Patrick .VuHli wont mud
jestcrday and attacked MUs Cora Walsh, an
18-vear-old daughter ot tho owner, biting her
ou both arms. In attempting to rescue his
daughter Mr Walsh was badly bitten 011 tho
hand, Thodog then started on t, mud llh'lit
through tho city, with teverni policemen 111
pursuit. Ho hit fully ilfty animals, ond finally
attacked a nmall child, tearlnu' out ono ot tho
lltllu fellows checks and destroying uu eve.
I After cua.o o( two utiles the dog was killed,"
AX I'XDBIlfJIHll'NI) HIVKR.
I-iplnrlng tlio ltni'lm of .Vhlttnlior's
It may bo tho mouth of Salt River or
a covered passngo-way to tho Styx, says
n Charleston, 9. C, dispatch to the Now
York Time. At any rate, It Is in n solid
Democratic district, and will soon bo
ready for nil comers. It was reported
sovoral wcoks ago that the llyors Uroth
crs had discovered a cavo or under
ground river tin their land nenr Whit
taker's Mountain, In York County, this
State. Tho story excited tho curiosity
of a number of men at Charlotte. N. 0.,
who determined to invcstlcnto tho mys
tery. Thoy havo sunk a shaft fifty feet
Until yestorday morning nothing par
ticular was noticed, except that it was
perfectly dry, whllo 50 foct away a woll
40 feet deep Is so nr-arly full of water
that ono can dip it out by tho hand from
tho surface. Tills led to tho belief that
nt least a hole or abundant drain existed
near whore tliov woro workina. Yester
day morning tlio workmen pushed n bar
into a crovico insldo of tho shaft and
ditched a mass of material, opening a
small holo from and into which tho air
seemed to rush, accompanied by n loud
nolso ns of escaping steam, ami tho well
was soon tlllod with vapor. Tills phe
nomenon aud tho loud Tnolsc frightened
tho workmon, who Hod from tho work.
Tlio nows soon spread, and a large
number of citizens repaired to tho scene.
A dozon or moro descended the shaft and
endeavored to account for or discover
tho sourco of the sounds, which wero
plainly heard on top of tho mound, but
inoro plainly wlion In the woll. All
ngrco that it is tho sound of running
water over a shoal perhaps 100 feet lower
down, and thnt it must be a largo stream.
Rocks that wero taken from an old ex
cavation, still on tho ground, show un
mlstakablo signs of tlio nction of swift
Tho sounds now heard are unmistaka
bly thoso ot a. considerable underground
river. It is piobablo that twenty feet
moro of excavation will havo to bo inado
beforo It will bo definitely known what
Is tho nature and extent of this body of
movinc water, what tho extent of tho ox-
cavntion it has created in this vicinity is
nnd of what vnlue it may bo as a natural
curiosity or point of inteicst. Tho men
now working nro protected against any
sudden fall of tho bottom of tho shaft or
roof of tho subterranean cavern. Whit
taker's Mountain is a spur of tlio Uluo
Rldgo, nnd belongs to tho great Appa
Lord llnntlolpli Churchill's Dream Ilo
Kiirdtnc (lie Cnmbrldci'stilro Wllinnr.
Tho lato Chnucclor of tho Exchequer,
Lord Randolph Churchill, has taken to
dreaming winners, nnd, what is a great
deal moro, dicamiug them accurately.
In a vision n few nights since His Lord
ship dreamed that No. 23 (Veracity) on
tho card had won tho Cambrldcoshirc,
and being a practical dreamer with a be
lief in himself, ho backed No. 22 to win
somo 1,000. I havo told many stories
of winners being dreamed, and so far as
I know my stories havo been truo, but
thcro is no doubt nbout this recent nddl
tlori to tho list. For ono moment ho may
havo doubted whether ho wns a flyer at
dreams after all, for tho first number put
up by tho judgowas "2" (Toncbreuse),
nnd wo began to wondor how it was o
had missed tho wi.ito jacket and green
can. but "2" was sneodilv takon down.
The judge had told his man to hoist
"22," but the chattering round his box
made his voice innudiblo nnd so caused
tho mistake. Ilowovcr, the "22" was
soon put up and Lord Randolph nwoko
to tho fact that ho had dovclopcd a new
A good deal of tho Tcnobrouso Czaro
witch winnings woro put on the mnro for
the Cambridgeshire by French backers,
and I am afraid that somo of them who
woro cagorly waiting for tlio news had a
peculiarly pleasant disappointment on
Tuesday afternoon. As just remarked,
jno. a was put up uy mistnuo, ana tno in
stant tho number was hoisted there was a
wild rush to tho telegraph oiiico nnd the
joyful nows was immediately speeding
along tho wires that Tcnobicuso had won,
Imagino tho joy of Jules, sitting in his
cafo eagerly waiting for tlio winners!
With what raoturo must ho havo em
braced his friends and drunk tho health
of tho gallant mnro, and what a horrid
jar It must have been when tho correc
tion enmo over and it was found that
Tenebreuso had not ovon run into a
placo! London Illustrated Nows.
Carter Harrison Sued for 830,000,
Cuioaoo, Nov. 15. Carter Harrison, ox
Mayor aud General Plenipotentiary, represent
ing Chicago In Kuropo and heathen lauds, will
find a dam ago suit fcr $20,000 waiting to wcl
como him homo. Judge 11 awes has entcicd
the caso on his docket, and It will ho up for
trial cither this week or next. Lawyer weln
ecbcult, who will conduct tho prosecution,
says that his client, Solomon Walsel, was
standing on tho sidewalk In front of Carter
llairlsoii's residence July 4, 1SS0, when a hall
from a Roman caudlo struck him In tho eye,
destroying tho eight. Tho caudlo was a pnit
of tho fireworks helnK exploded In Mr. Har
rison's yard. Walsol's Idea Is to hold Carter
Harrison himself rcspouslblo for that unlucky
shot. Ho Is wllllug to take $20,000 from tho
ex-Mayor and let tho matter drop.
Tito Woman's Auxiliary,
Tho AVoinan'a Auxiliary to tho Missionary
Society of tho Protestant Episcopal Church
held a meeting at Eplnhauy Church laetnlght.
uev. ,vir. lioueri, nisnop luinot, uisnop
Ilrowcr and Itov.
Mr. Carpenter, of Florida,
Men of note Opcia Blngcis. A man of
note llr. Hull, tho Couch Syrup discoverer.
Without nn equal Is Salvation Oil. Tho
greatest euro on earth for palu. Prlco, 25 ct..
WASHINGTON, I). 0.
-" B8. in comni anoo with sec.
t'.on thlrtocn (13) of tho act Incorporating
tho Brlghtwood Railway Company ot tho Dis
trict of Columbia, nntlco Is hereby given thut
Biibsorlptlons to tho capital stock of said com
pany to the amount of 800,000 will bo opened
on SATURDAY, Novomber 17.1S8H. at th of
fice of A. L. Barber A Co , Lo Droit building,
Washington, 1). C from 11 o'clock n. in. to 5
o'clock p. m., and will bo kept open dally dur
luiuhosamo hours for a ntrlodof llvadnvs.
unless tho wholo stock sliult bo sooner sub
scribed for. A. A. I'HOMAH.
(' I). PEARSON.
11015 d5t MYRON M. PARKER.
,TnE NEW YORK REPUBLICAN AS
SOCllttlon will tnent nt l.,.iinn ITr.m!.
quarters, 1 lth struct and Massachusetts nvenuti
FRIDAY' KVENINO. All Now Yorkers nru In
vited. O S. STEVENSON, Secretary.
F. W. EVANS, Pro-Mont
VrrCF-i. ROCHDALE, CH-OPERATIVK HOCI
y2 cty. An Htljoiirned mooting of tills
hoclotywlll bohcldnt St. (leorgo'B Hall, 510
11th street noithwost, on THUHDAY. 15th
Instant, nt 7.30 p.m. A luigo utteudaneunf
meinbeis Is desired, as buMness of Importance Is
By order, J. W. HARSIIA,
T?l3?-USEl'UL FEET. KTO.-'TIIB WISE
for health on dally walks depend," uud
thousands, from fur and near, Unit Dr. White's
ostablishmenl, 1 11(1 l'a. hvu , ojiikmUo Wlllnrd's
Hotel, for relict from and nvohlunco of ailments
of the lect. Dr. White's twenty-eight consecu
tive jeais of practice lu Washington, D. O,
vW. O. METS.KROTT & CO., MUSIO
rv-i. Dealers have r. inornl from l'uimsyl.
vaiibi avenue to their new building, 1 111) V st 11
w. thit-e (lours wont of W II Moses . Sons.
Olilust uud Mo.texlenslv wo mulo estalillshmutit
tfgga, LAMAU tS: ZACHRY,
8. V, PHILLIPS, ATTORNEYS.
oe22-ly Suullulldtng, 1315 I'stroot.
Ya00 TO .MRS JIKNOKRT'S, 410 OTH
IJ'CE- street northwu-t, for the etilebratod
Cplumbla Full-weight Winilen Yarns. Stamp
ing done, All material for needlework.
JVCE Iron fttiil Timber Lnmli.
A. K. HANDLE bees o call tho special ntton
tloii of persons desiring to ncqutro such prop
erty In large or small tracts nt tho vory lowost
prlcei. Full particulars on application, Ad
dress 003 7th si., n. w Washington. 1). C.
th5sNov is Tin: timii to hoy Yotm
"y2i coal for tho tall nml winter. Wit. 13.
HODOK, wholesale ami retail tlcnlor In Wooil
nml qoiil. llottorn prices. Kill I wolRht and
measure. All under shelter, (llvo mo u trial.
Ofllco and yard: Twolltli, between II nml S sts.
n. W. Telephono connection.
W3SsrwWies his friends to know that ho Is
now connected with thohonsoof
, Oil). Southeast eor. of 7th and T) streets,
whoro ha will bo glad to personally attend to
their wants. oc31-tf
$T5gMOORE & 8CHLEY,
11ANK13US AND IlItOKEKS,
20 BltOAl) BTItEIlT, N13W YOltK.
MEMiinits op Tin: nkw yoiik stock ex-
rntVATE wink connections with con-
WASHINGTON, D. C, 1IIUUMONU, VA.
Correspondents In Washington,
', 1 COltSON A MACARTNEY,
.. ,. 1 110 F STHKKT
Cheaper than over.
Examine our extonslvo stock beforo purchasing.
IIAYWATtD & HUTCHINSON,
fSSVlllUV T. HAM,,
W2 009 1' strcot n. w
Makes n specialty nt custom-mndo shirts, so
placo your ordor with him nt onco.
5TR1N OltDEIt TO 1'ItOTECT OURSELVES
tai wo herewith Rlvo notleo to nil parties
Interested In tho stakes wo hold In tlio lato
elections, that wo will pay such to tho winners
nftcr tho ofllclnl announcement. Any party who
mny wish to have Its waKer paid hotoro this
time, must not tho Indorsement of both of tho
THE SHOOMAKEU CO.,
lauMim E et. n. w.
VNSs,GItOOAN'8 INSTAI.UIENT HOUSE.
ky3E HavliiR removed to my Now btoro,
, 7W) nnd7-U boventh st. n. w., ,
I am proparod to soil cheaper than any other
oredlt houso In tho city, our stock of OAU
PUTS. OILCLOTHS, MATTINGS, RUGS,
11ED-HOOM, DINING-ROOM ANI) KITCHEN
FURNITURE Is completo, nnd will bo sold on
Credit cheaper than thoy can bo sold olsowhoro
for cash. Como and bco us nnd you will be sat
OROGAN'S, 730 and 711 7th st. n. w.,
IS THE PLACE TO DEAL.
All Carpots bouclit from us wo will malto and
lay on tho floor free of cost.
VVSss,NnW MUSIC STORE.-AI.t. KINDS OF
VS ShoctMujIo and Muslo Hooks: nil tho
5o nnd 100 muslo publlsliod. HENRY WHITE,
005 7th st. n w. opposlto l'atent Otllco.
JOHN WARD, 1'HEACriER.
THE OWL'S NEST, by Wlstor.
RAYMOND KERSHAW, by Cox.
THE STORY OF AN AFRICAN FARM.
W. II. MORRISON,
1331 F STREET NORTHWEST.
CHOICE WESTERN CUT AND LONO HAY.
Constantly on Hand at tho Lowest Markot
H. D. COCHRAN.
Wholosalo and Retail Dealer In
TLOUR, ORAIN AND HARNESS,
1317 FOURTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST.,
Y-?a.THB WASniNOTQN ARCHITEOTU
VjV2T KAL IRON AND BRIDOE WORKS.
WORKS, corner of Water nnd 32d Streets,
Washington, D. C Telophono Call, 428-3.
Hoofs, Bridges, Turn-Tables, olo. Rollod Iron
and Steel Beams, Channels, Anglos, etc. Cast
ings of every description, Ornumontnt Cast and
WrotichUron Work a specialty. I'Uns. Estl
mates and Strain-Sheets promptly furnished on
application. Speclul facllitlon for Heavy Cast
ings. Capacity of works, 5.000 tons per annum.
EDWARD L. DENT, M. E
Owner ana General Manager.
tn-CpisJOIN A CLUD NOW AND SAVE THE
WiZS rctniler's prollts. CHRISTMAS IS
COMING 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 WATCHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Call nt our oillco, 515 7th St. 11. w or send
postal nnd our ngonts will call on you with a
lino of samples.
ABRAHAM L. SALTZSTEIN, Jr.,
Manager of ThoNow York Watch Club Co.,
mn 7th st. n. w., bet. E nnd V sts.
VfcgFOK GOOD-FITTING GARMENTS
Corner Oth and 0 stsn w.,
Under National notol.
tf-Spa.LADIES? LADIES! LADIES!
W21. Mrs. McCnflorty Is tlio only hat and
bonnet-framo manufacturer In tho city. Call
nnd sen her now shapes. Bleaching and press
ing. Straw and Volt Hats altered to tho latest
btylos. Orders promptly nttondod to.
1001) U street n. w.
WSSSS R. II. EVANS. 1321 Fetnw,
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR ALL
STATES AND TERRITORIES.
Telophono O.Vi;i. HoursfromU to4:30.
Wr5js,HAVINa INCREASED FACILITIES
i2 for the manufactory and delivery ot
Confectionery, Foreign and Doraostlo Fruits,
etc., orders will Lo delivered promptly. I'er
ons wishing orders for Ico Creams, Custards,
lees, Charlottes, etc., for Sunday will ploaso
leave their orders as early Saturday ns con
venient, GEORGE W. WEIDMAN,
303 I'd. avo, s, 0.
-r" J,0W PRIOES THIS MONTH.
rlaco your orders wltb
S. C. OARTEK, lol'll ANI) 1) STREETS, S. W.
BRANCH YARD: 41)5 K Stroot, S. W.
LOVERS OF GOOD BREAD SHOULD
Tho best flou in tho world.
C. W. CISSELL & CO.,
rroprl9tors of tho Original Roller Mills,
f ' Georgetown, D, C.
rfj-f.-.LADlE. CAN HAVE THEIR FELT
5CrhaU pre.sul In tho now fall stvlus.
Don't forget number, Whiting's Uloachlng'iiiid
Millinery Establishment, 518 Tenth stroot
VAINTPJis-WM. E, SPA LDING A CO.,
StSfflT tyi 12th st. ii. w noar 1' it.
Estimates Furnlihed For All Kinds ot Work,
JOIiniM, AND GLAZING.
V55rViill. NER'S BLOOD PILLS CURI.
scrotula, ccuuia una skin dlsoasos spoodlly
cuiod. Also ex. nllcnt for urlnnry anil kMnoy
diseases. lilel si Kur M0 llt, HTANDH'oiiu'd
Pharmaoy. Oth anil p n, y. Open ull n'gjit
I LW GOOD CANVASSERS
V for Mrs il m a Lliormoro's new book.
"MybiorK.oi i .,,; uxcluslit, territory to
foCMh SSS-ttX:;, W' "' W'WCHLTf . No,
' 'i niii,X.ri i ; " ',.,"""' moderato t.ilces;
A.iViV2T , '" u" "'" fllii conea numoand
WAWcoIJsm'',I',I1''I!Y ?S KNOW THAT
v w ofeViii. l0nl"K Works, -11X1 Jlalno
nve s W. oieiiiK ii.iUts, renovates feather
Htouins iiu th ',.! t..makes I em. al ,'(,"'.
SltwiciT " """' mmot 'l "tlolv
AiXrAW'o1.1 KNi.WN THAT 0. s.
..JL. nVi SL i" r WP.!!!T .!.-". I' UMmml
tho States and Turrl-
UOLD ANI) SILVER
yv uoiigiu i ii
FOR RENT ROOMS.
A METHODIST I.AIlY. HAVING 3 SUITES
i of lmndsomoly furnished rooms, Would rent
to Methodist couplos or sounK ineni tnblo board
It doslred; location within ono snuaro Mot. M.
13. Church. Address METHODIST, this office.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
,1011 ItCNT UNFURNISHED.
T'JMPstnw, 9.3 rs S2.-.0 00
j .mi l'sin w, in rs.,.
1 ion Masi no n w. IB rs..
mil Vtnvou w, lOrs.....
1 1'.'H Muss live, M rs
17UO M.is a o, 17 rs
l'st u w. 1'Jrs '..
ll'J.-iloihstnw, 15 rs....
III! 1'jlst n w, Hi rs
law i, st n w. 11 rs
U'2'2 1 Ithstn w. IV! r
17'Jl Conn nvo, llrs... ,,,.
17i)'J I'n nvo n w, lo ra...
171'SIH nw, Ulrs
1 ithstn w, ncarO, 15 rs..
1701 Conn nvo. llrs
ttnunltstn w, ju rs. ......
ir'27()Hn w. lira
i 'JOD oo
, 100 01)
, b:i :i:i
, 75 oo
, 70 00
1511) 2011181 n w, 10 rs.,
fil'J Est II w. lit rs.... (15 00
nut inth stn w.iors.
Mir, Nst n w.llrs.,
170!) M st n w, 1) rs . .
U2U N ,1 nvo s o. 0 rs .
lliuiilthstnw, 10 rs.
l5M:iotltBtiiw, 17 rs.
2 11(1 11th stn w.iors I5 ()
inniHst n w.urs ,..,.,... .15 oo
21201 lih Btn w, 10 rs 11(17
502 Maplo nvo, t.o Droit 1'ark, 7 rs to 00
no I Maplo avo, Lo Droit l'ark, 7 is 10 00
ItnoilstBW, llrs -loon
2 nidi lib stn w, lors 40 00
ir:M2i)thstn w,7 rsi an oo
i:i2SUlwMstn w, Ors tin oo
lf2l20thstn w.srs... , 25 00
in)7 Caroline st l rs 25 oo
1007 Est n w,7 rs 1(1 -15
222 1st st s w, (I rs... 15 oo
22illst sts w.llrs 15 oo
Tho nbovo houses can be oxamlnod by permit
from our oBleo oulv.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO..
1U2I Fstn w.
1.10 It REST-HOUSES.
ilOHN stnw.ll rs.ra! 830 00
01321' stnw.7rs.ml 25 oo
182(1 33d St .(I 1-3.111 1.
i vu till
, 40 00
, 22 CO
, U5 00
, no oo
, CO 00
, 10 00
3()31Qstu w.l) rs. ml
lSlOnndllOl 2Uthst,7r9,m I
321(1 M Btn w
32U)M stn w, storonnd flats ,,,
32031' st i
2 Masonlo Hall alloy.
0. 11. FICI
KLINO. 1201 32dstnw.
TXVEST $7,500 IN SMALT. HRIC1C HOUSES,
well rontod; suro to piy you 8750 per yenr;
may pay you 81,140 poryoar. Audress E. S.
C01.LAMER. 2 ton fa avo n w.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
IOR SIM3-AT MOUNT PLEASANT SEV
cral wolMocated cottniros and nlco build
1117 lois: ulso. on 1 1th fltrntib oxtended. 5 ncrca
ueauiuuuy locnieu, nnu .1 ncros near urigni-
wood, Improved by7-room cottage, Ao.
WALKER & WILSON, 1000 Fst.
IpOK SAT.E-A NUMBlill OF SMALL HOUSES
! (1 to 8 rooms, with mod Imps: for saloon
easy terms. GEO. W. LINKINS,
Corner lOthundH sts.
,1? 2000 (jstn w, bh, ors, now $7,noo
3021 (J st.bh.Drs 7.000
351 1 1'rospoct nve, h h. lOrs 7,000
1237 30th st.b n, 0 rs 5,000
1302 :10th at. t) is n.ooo
311)0 Nst.bh, 10 rs 5,00(1
3512 1' st, b h, 0 rs 2,500
1 113 35th st. fh,7 rs 2.500
UM33 Prospect st, h h, 10 rs 5 000
Tlio nbovo Is only a portion of tho proporty on
my books. Call for list.
O. 11. FICKLINO, 12(11 32d stn w.
FOR SALE LOTS.
TjlOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
Lots and cottages In Eeklngton for snlo. Plats
of this subdivision, bAltig tho flist addition aver
miulo to tliu city of Washington, aro now ready
for distribution. Several attractlro cottages
nnd a number of tho choicest lots will bo sold to
persons who wilt lmprovo tho Bame. It Is tho
purpose or the proprietor to make this tho most
attractlro subdivision about Washington. Tho
streets nro exact extensions of those of tho city,
nnd ovory modern con vonlcnco will bo provided.
An abundant water Bupply, porfoct sys
tem ot soworugu. Incandescent cloctrlo
lights nnd an olectrto railway havebeen pro
vided. Ten thousand foot of curb havo
been contraotod for, and tho laying of curb
nnd pavements will bo commenced In a fow
days. Cottages will be eroctcd for purohosers
if desired. For plats, npely at tho oillco of
HEOltOi: TRUESDELL, 005 Sovcnth St. 11. w
or nt Third nnd T sts. n. e., In Koklngton.
To sco tho proporty, take tho Eleotrlo Hallway,
nt New York avenuo and Bovonth strcot north
west.; . ,
FOR SALE 1 FINE LOTi ON CHAP1N ST,
00x150 orich; one on 15th st, near Colum
bia road; a oliilo. building Blto, 50x1 15.
BENJ. 1". DAVlSilBlOFst.
I" 7I0U SALE-VACANT LOT ON U STREET,
bet 12th and 13th st n w, 85o por ft. In
quire at 2032 12th btn w.
ITIOlt INVESTJIKNT-117.000SQUARE FEET
JL; onTcnnosseo avo, nt 14th stn e, sowor aud
water. 17Jc, worth 25c.
Half square n e, all shallow lots, high ground,
on grade. 31,000 sq ft, only lOo.
Nlcellttlo lot 20x80, n 0. on pood stroot, only
Cholco lot on N st n w, 23x07 to wldo alloy,
near Scott Circle, only 82.15.
Elegant stable lot, Dupont Clrole, fronts two
(30x15 foet) paved alleys; water, sower, gas,
All of nbovo terms to suit. AIbo lots Just
ncross Boundary on small monthly payments.
I'lonty other bargains. WM. T. OKIE,
Room 1 13J1F Btnw.
A GENTLEMAN OF PURELY HONORARLE
lutontlonstleslros tho acquaintance of a
Address A. ROBINSON,
TUSTH'S OLD STAND IS THE ONLYl'LACE
O whero tlrst-olass seoond hand clothing can
ho sold at respoctablo prices,
Addles, or call
u. oiif if sirco.noiinwesi.
lti:ss)IAKlN0-MR8.E. A. TOWER, AGENT
f.T-1 tlm IPriAil f,.l- UiaIai In 41 i-ts---t n Q"t
IberaldlttC-OUiit tnnlnf.ti-il' thi-ounr mnro. 10 1H
8th tit n w,
riMIE WOMAN'S DAILY TliIIIU.K FOR SALE
X byT.S.Kolly.llSlQstn wsprloo lOccnts
por sot, delivered In any part of tho cjtjr.
FIKST.L.SS MEALS FOR 250. . BELL'S
International Dining and Lunch Rooms,
3 10 l'a avo u w. Board aud rooms, 51 and Sl.50
FOR A s'tll'KltlOR 15 UK 23-CKNT MEAL GO
to tho LE DROIT DINING ROOMS; clnm
soup Mondays, Wodnosdays and Fridays. bl'J
1' st u w.
CIVIL riKllviCE lXHlAU'I0Nl.Ud-8TT0N
and answers. Send lOo to
S. W. FLYNN, A. M.. Ivy Institute,
S w comer Bth aud K sts n w.
riiii. iroian no movk."-reiemiii-U
X tho "Terrostrlal Clock." RAMSAY has
cut tho prloes; witchos cloanoj, $1; lirst-class
malnsprliiiss, warranted ono year, 81; all olook
und jowelry work at tlio lowest prices In tho
city; wo defy oompetltloiu 1 22 1 F Bt n w.
rnitv otiii mn i'kih.m:, at 20 "cents per
1 pound, don't got strong or rancid; keeps
better than butter; (satisfaction assured (all tlio
year round), ur money lcfmulo 1. Exclusive
control for Washington of tho goods wo noil.
Stalls 32S, 3211 and 330-remombor tho num
bers Centre Maiket, adjoining Goldon's llsh
stalls. Open dally till 12:30; Saturday'-, ull
day. Also 101 0 st n w., open nil day,
Tolephouo, (113 2, or 00 5.
WM. 0. SOIIIUNEU
nifTV ACRES FRESH FABTURA0I5 AT St
J? ner month for homos, at Carleton Mills,
near Bladcnsburg. W. W. JACKSON,
JL 111(1 Ostreotn w.
Branch Ofllco, 1212 l'a. nvo
Collars and Cuffs u specialty, at 2oo. per doz;
lidoils called for and dullvorod at any part ot
HOTELS AND jlESTAURANTS.
1 A I.U1ET AM) ELEGANT HOTEL.
T. E. ROESSLH,
rpilE BELVEDERE, THE LOWEST I'RICE
.1. Ilrst-uliiss homo In tho city, eor. Pa. nvo.
nnd 3d t, n, w., Washington, D. C, HOADLI.Y
fc l'AUE. ool7-ly
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Fire Escapes.
TEHMB--.3.00 nnd $1.00 l'er Day.
r LUHOl'KAN VLAN,
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St.,
NEW VORK C.ITY.
.1A.1H..S 11. (IHlWIilN, l'ruprleltir.
SIXTH STREET ANI) i'ENNHYLVANIA AVI!.,
L. WOOHHURV, Proprlotor
p- Aro tho HEt'T.
rilltt'STIinS' SALE OP Till! IlHtOK HOUSE
I NUMHEREl) 1031 NEW JERSEY AVE
NUU N. W WITH LOT AND APPUR
TENANCES. Uy vlrtuo of n deed of tmst, recorded In llhcr
No. 803. folio 402, ct sen., of the Land Roeords
or tho District of Columbia, nnit ntthn reouost
of tho person theroby secured, I will sell at
public auction, In fiont-ot thopiemlscs, on FHI
)AY, THE 231) DAY 01' N0VE.MI1ER. 18S8, nt
4:30 p. in., parts of lots II and 0, In E, Cnrusl's
subdivision of lot number snven (71, In Kquaro
number llvo hundred nnd nfty-tilno (TwO), In
tho eltv of
wiisningion, ii. u mo ai pans
of raid lots
bcltiK t ontlRUnus, and nmkliik'
together n lot fronting upon Now Jcrsoy avenuo
northwest, between K ami I. streets, soontccn
feot otio nml ono-thlrd Inches, nnd runnlnc back
with thnt width nbout 100 feet, to nn alloy club
teen feet In width. Tho lot Is Improved by njbrlck
houso of I) rooms: has modern Improvements
nnd Is In Rood repair.
Terms of Halo One-third caslubalnncoln two
notes of equal amount In six nnd twolvo months,
with Interest nt sK per cent, per annum,
pnyablo soml-aimiinlly, secured upon tho prop
erty, or nil cash at tho option of tlio purchaser.
A deposit of 3200 will bo required nt thn timo
of sale; nil conveyancing nnd recording uttho
purohasor's cost. Terms of salo to bo compiled
with In ton cluys.
ISAAC HENRY F0II1). Trustee
327 Missouri Avenuo.
WALTER II. WILLIAMS & CO..
novl I'd Auctioneers.
FOR SALE AND REHf.
r)EAL ESTATE BULLETIN
T1I0S E. WAOOAMAN, 017 F Stroot.
Chansos mado Wodnosdays nnd Saturdays.
THREE-STORY IHIIOK AND FRAME HOUSES
400Mstnw,lih, ml. llrs 822,500
(123 and (125 11 st u W, b h, and D houses
rear , 22,000
1312 Vtuvcnw, bli, ml, 13 rs l(),()o()
1730 list 11 w, lib. ml, Kirs 15,000
R st, bet 13th .tilth sts nw, b h, in I,
415 3d nt n;w. b h, m I. 11 r 12.5(H)
1013 loth st n w, b h, m 1, 10 rs 12,000
tint) M st u w. b h, m 1, 13 rs 11,(100
loloilBtnw, bli. ml, 10 rs o.noo
12 12 12th stn w, bh,ml, 13 rs 0,000
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
2210 to 2231 Boundary st n w. b h. 1
202 1 to 20 12 Boundary at n w, b h, 4
200 to 20 1 O st, nnd 1320 nnd 1328 2d
stn w, bh,4 nnddrms 13,500
2211 to222D 10th st n w, b h. 5 rms.... 13,000
2to0 7thstrond 11,300
1733 to 1743 E st n w. h h,0 rms 0,000
7()lto70!)rrrautstii w, bh.Orms., 0,000
1801 tolHOSLstn w. f h, 5 rms 8,000
1 to 0, alloy bot M and N, 12th and 13th
stsn w t 0 000
113!)toll51Hi23dstiiw, f h.-lrs 0,000
UNIMPROVED I'ROl'UKTY FOR SALE.
Pa nvo, bot Oth nnd 7th sts so 82 00
Lst bet lDth nnd 20th sts nw 2 00
18th st bot L and M stsn w 1 50
Hopkins st, bet O and V nw 1 25
B st. bet 3d and lth s 0 125
S w tor 3d nnd I, stsn 0 , 50o
(1st. bet 2d and 3d n 0 50o
UstbctSlth nnd 25thnw 20o
iBtBt, betOnndl s w ....10o
HOUSES FOR RENT.
2d floor s 0 eor 12th nnd E n w 850 00
707 E Cap st, I) rs 35 00
Kl'JOsti) w.llrs 35 00
2111Istnw,0 rs . 32 50
83122dstn w.O rs 32 50
301) A stn 0.0 rs 30 00
7104th stn w.Ors 30 00
2d floor 42llt)thstnw, 2 rs 25 00
Upper part 212S 1 lth st 11 w, 8 rs 25 00
1108 D sts 0(1,400 ft of ground) 25 00
8154Usts w,8 rs 25 00
427 M Btn w. 8rs 25 78
32 L stnw, (Irs 1(1 21)
717 8th stn 0,(1 rs 15 41
UDMyrtlostno, 7 rs 15 00
202(Btno,4 rs 12 30
21 114th sts w, -1 rs U 00
437 l'rathcr's alloy 11 w, 4 rs 8 00
218 and 220 13th sts 0,2 rB 4 no
112aud411Blrcho'snlloys w, 3 rs -1 00
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safe as U. S. bonds; 0 por oont., payablo quar
terly; In sums Slot) to 31,000; small promlum
In sums to suit at 0 per cent.
Thoabovots onlva portion of tho propertyon
my books. For full list call at oillco for bulletin
Issued on tho lst and 15th.
MONEY TO LOAN.
TXTONEYTOLOAN ON HEAL ESTATUAND
JLTJ. other securities without delay,
JAMES 1 BROWN.
Real Estate and Loan Broker,
tinn nIATO LOAN, ON REAL ESTATE
wlUUiUUU In amounts to suit.
1 B. II. WARNER & CO.,
010 Fst 11 W.
IVrO-tET TO LOAX ON REAL ESTATE OR
LYJL Ilrst-class securities at lowest rates ot In
terest. No delay whero security is good.
O. 0. GREEN,
303 7th stnw.
OMIT TO LOA! ON IMPROVED CITY REAL
1V1 ostato. McLACHLAN & DATCHELDER,
1225 F Bt n w.
O.NEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT.
Lowest rates. No delay.
1. II. SMITH & SON,
1222 F st n W,
MARTYN'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE AND
bohool of Telegraphy and Typo-Wrltliig,
313 (lth street northwest, near City l'ostonlco.
"Tho highest standard business collcgo In
America," Splendidly' oqulnpod. Tho lnrgost
and most commodious building In tho city do
voted to business training. Catalogues froo on
application. Colored Btudonts not admlttod.
Francis G. Murtyn, president; O. K. Urner, A.
M C. E., principal.
MT. VEllON SEMINARY, 1,100, 1101, 1100,
111(1 MBtroot and 1128 Eloventh stroot.
Boarding and Day School for young ladles nnd
Fourteenth year opoiib Wodnosdny, Ootobor 3,
for reception of boarding pupils; Thursday,
October'!, for rocoptlon of day pupils.
MRS. E.J. 80-1ERS, Principal.
rpIIK BEltLIT. .SCHOOL Ol'LAMIUAOKS.
TERMS BEGIN NOW.
723 14TH ST. N. W.
MISS ll.l.-ll'N CIVIL SERVICE INSTITUTE
AND BUSINESS SCHOOL, 1207 10th st u
w. open nil tho year.
Pupils prepared for all
CLASSICAL ANDSC1ENTIEIC DEPARTMENT.
Classos will ha lusnmed In tho LOWER
SCHOOLS on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13;
nnd In tho SCHOOL OF PHILOSOPHY on
Thursday, Septomhcr 20.
EXAMINAAIONS FOR ENTRANCE
will tako placo on Monday, Hoptomber 10.
TERMS-Day boholars, 850 yearly, payablo
lialf-yenily In advance; halt-boarders, $100;
boarders, 8300. For f urthor particulars apply
to tho president,
J. HAVENS RICHARDS. S.J.
NOItnOOII INSTITUTE-SELECT SCHOOL
FOIt GIRLS. Apply nt 1 107 Mass. nve.,
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. 1). CABELL Principals.
Pupils rocolvou at any time,
M'uoxAi.n.Ki.i.iv school, corner mass.
avo und 17th st, Washington, D. 0,
Sooond session, Feb. 1 1888,
Miss Cutohoou'H Evening Travol Class will
begin Fob. 20, 1888,
Tho first lecture on American Literature by
Prof, Lincoln, Fob, 1 1, 1888.
For Information address the principal,
MlbS ANNA ELLIS.
SPEHCEHlAN BUSINESS GDLLEGET
Throo eiillro floors. National Bank of tho
Republlo Building, corner 7th und lists, n.w
Day and evening tensions. Young men and
women practically trained or sell support, uud
uselul lives. Mo court-os The Praotlcal llusl
noss Courso, Stenography, Typo-Wrltlng and
Graphophonu, l'ltiiiau blinrtliand, Practical
English Branches, Delsarto school of Expres
sion. Seliolastlo year begins Monday, Soptom
tt'inbortl, College opens inr arrangements on
and nfterMonuay, August 27. Bend for now II
HKNItrT. SPENCER, LL.ll., Principal.
MRS. SARA A. Sl'ENCEIt, Vlco-Prluolpal.
rjllHl NOIIKIILK, 01,11 POINT AM) TUB SOUTH.
SteatnerOEORGE lI-TrY lovos Wa.hlngton
Monday, Wetlunstlar and t'rlday, ut5 p. in.
Steamer Ll)Y 01' THE L.KE, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, at 5 p. in., from Sixth
Street Wharf. ,,.., .. , . ,
Steamer Loarv lands ut Plnoy Point goliig and
rt.ndy o( the Lake hinds ut Cornfield Harbor
ami colonial lloaoli on S-turituy. Stoauior
irorn WiKhlugtoil dady, liieludlug Sunduys, until
further nollco. Sunday nt Dp in,
Pure, Hit unlay oxourslou, roturn Monday 7
U I "iiinoetloiis mailo at Norfolk with Old Do.
inliilmi Steamship Coinpuny for New York.
-iio-"d Lloyd Express will cull ami eheuk
muugut hotiiU and prlvatti resldeuuui
Telenhonu o.ill-Learv, 715 3. Moioloy,
I'-we, -,, win.ril.SupM's.C,
. GEO. P. l'HILI.llU Sni't 1. H
A MlAUait'S ORAND OPERA-HOUSE.
An obbornto production of Jefferson and Tay
lor's great aquatic success,
A DARK SEGRET
With tho Original Cast, Scenery and Realistic
THE NEW HENLEY REGATTA SCENE.
Real llonts, Racing Sholls, Stoam I.aunohos, on
A RIVER OF REAL WATER.
GEOKOE HOSMER, tho Popular Oarsman In
tho (Irent Boat llacoj Capt William A. An
drews, In his llttlo dory, "Dark Secret."
Noxt Week Tho Coquolln-Hadlng Company.
VTEW NATIONAL THEATER. '
TO-NIGHT AND SATURDAY MATINEE,
lloyt's Very Funny rnroo-Comody,
NEW MUSIC. FRESH FUN.
A company of Finished artists. Bettor than
over nnd best of all.
JAMES O'NEILL In "MONTH CRISTO."
Scats now oa Bale.
A LUAUUH'S QRAND OPERA HOUSE
.Messrs. Henry H. Abbey and Maurlco Grau beg
i-i.uiiuy 10 announce luo 11 rot appoar
nneo hi Washington ot
MME. JANE HADIiJC,
And 11 Superior Frenoh Drnmatlo Company, on
MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER II).
In tho following ropnrtolro: Monnay, Nov. ID,
51. CoqucllD, "La Jolo Fait lvr," two mono
logues, "to Vie" and "La Naufrngo," recltod by
JI. Coquolln, nnd "Los l'rcoleuses Ridicules'
luosday. Nov. 20, Mme. Hading, "Lo Mnltro da
lorgos;" Wednesday, Nov. 21, Coquolln and
Hading, "L'Avonturlcre;" Thursday, Nov. 22,
M. Coqucllii,"I.es Surprises tin Divorce;" Frldnv,
.uiu.iiu-iiuiiinE, "rrou-rrout" saturuny man-
) -Ufllri-Hllfnn "Pnmtlln." Mntiir,ln
night. COnllOlln-IInillnc. "linn -.man, .lTlnT,t
Snlo of tlokots for single performances begins
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ims morning (Thursday) nt 0 n. in. at box odlco.
at dox onico.
jii-v-; ..., s, si.ou ana si.
jrERNAN'S NEW WASHINGTON THEATER
Matlneos Mon., Tuos., thurs. and Sat.
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LESTER AND WILLIAMS.
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NoxtWeok-GUS HILL'S .WORLD OF NOV
ELTIES, TTARRIS' BIJOU THEATRE.
WEEK COMMENCINa"MONpAY, NOV. 12.
. Matlneos Tuos , Thurs and Sat.
Amorlca's Brlghtost Gem, tho Llttlo Eloctrlo
In her highly succossful comedy drama, In four
Supported by nn efflctont company of nrtlsts, ln
eluding tho Popular Mlnstrol King, Mr.JEIlllY
HART. Next week Oliver D. Byron.
RATIONAL FENCIDLES' FAIR.
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0 Btreet, botwoon Ninth and Tenth,
NOVEMBER 12 TO 22, 1888, INCLUSIVE.
SEASON TICKETS, 50o.
Theso tickets also ontltlo tho holder to the
honollt of a distribution of prosonts at tho closo
ot tho Fair.
MONDAY NIOnT. NOVEMBER 12.
Prof. Curpenter's Scones In Hypnotism. Won
derful fun. Admission 25 conts.
0 TO BECK'S llllil..ltn ANI) POOL HALLS
' and hour tho new Solf-1'lavlng Orohostra:
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Tnblos newly rollttod and ooverod. AUU. II.
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PROK. SHELDON'S DANCI.NO ACADEMY, NOW
open for tlio reception ot pupils Mondays,
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Call or Bend fur
circulars, 1001 F st. n. W-
STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN
Loaves 7th-st. Wharf dally (except Sunday) for
At 10 o'olook n. ra.; roturnlng, roaohos Wash
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enough in that dept.
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