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TIIE EVENING POST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1888.
The Evening Post
Usn Wamiinotoi Cnmo.)
PUBLISHED EVEIW EVENING.
WASHINGTON POST COMPANY.
Corner Tenth and D Rtioots and Tcnn. Ave.
WA'IIINOTOK, D. 0,
New Snntns, No. 30 CniTioSnmns, N'o. 0,02(5.
Single Cory 2 Cents
By Carrier, per month 33 Cents
By Mall, per month, postage, paid 40 Cents
By Mall, per year, postago raid $1.50
WASHINGTON, NOVKMHEH 17, 18S8.
whisky rem elkfhants.
Mr. P. T. Bnrnum is n circus man.
, He is also n Prohibitionist. Ho is n pro
' nounccd circus man. And n moro pro
nounced Frohlhltlonists. Ho lias been
both for a long tlmo. Extremes some
times meet. Ho bas a fine elephant win
tering in Connecticut. Her name is
Juno. Sbo is tho widow of his lato
highness, Jumbo. Sho caught cold the
other day, A stono status wintering in
Connecticut would catch cold. Even
Connecticut detectives havo been known
to catch cold there Juno'a cold rnptdly
becamo nn aguo fit. Then her keeper
mixed her nllttloqulnlno in two gallons
of whisky. She took lo it kindly.
In a 6hort tlmo sho was "drunk
and disorderly." Terrifically so,
but Bho was good nntured. She
whooped it up lively In her quarters, and
smashed all the furniture in reach. She
did ovcrythlng a drunken man docs, ex
cept getting arrested.
After awhllo sho went to sleep and
quiet reigned. Then her keopor told
Mr. Barnum that ho had given Juno a
nip of tho flowing bowl and Mr. liar
num becamo quite as angry as Juno had
been drunk. He vowed ho would havo
let hcrdlo Bho Is worth $10,000 boforo
sho should have broken tho pledge. Ho
Baid other rash things, and Juno snored,
A Prohibitionist always files off at a
tangent. Tho ovils of intemperance
havo nover made any terrible inroads on
tho elephant tribe, Say that they had.
That doesn't make quinino and whisky
a bad thing for ague. Mr. Barmirn is a
freak, Juno has a big head. But in
other respects she is doing quito well.
TnE editor of Tim Hartford (Conn.)
Telegram was cowhided last night by
two Sunday Globe men. Tho cowhido is
greater than tho shotgun. Let brotherly
The Turf Cosgresb and Eastern Rac
ing Clubs did well yestorday in racing
the weights for two and thrco-ycar olds
from 115 and 118 to 118 and 122 rospec
tlvely. Now let tho lowest weights for
steeplechases bo 140 pounds, with sex al
lowance, and theso races will be made
baf er and better.
A poor has can hereafter vote in
Rhode Island. Tho property qualifica
tion has been abolished.
The New Yonic Tribune in tho slack
times following tho election dovote a
half column to an editorial on the sub
ject "Must the Noso Go?'" Wo have
not read tho artlclo closely, and aro not
conversant with tho lino of its argument,
but on general principles wo should ad
vise our contemporary to wait until the
cold weather sets in, and its quostion
will be satisfactorily answered.
PiTTsuuna men aro preparing to peti
tion Congress to make It a penal offense
to display Confederate flags on public
occasions. It depends somewhat upon
the complexion of tho House whether
anything will be done in that direction
JIauy Anderson's crazy advertisement
has been hung up conspicuously in a
Tub New York Herald finds it of
sufficient importance to make editorial
mention of the fact that n Btooklyn
young woman took off her high hat la
tho theater and held it in her lap and fur
thermore suggests that a monument be
erected to her honor. If wo did thut In
Washington wo would havo very many
monuments, but thero would bo very,
very many moro, If tho monuments
were flrected to those who keep their
hats on. Moro's tho pity!
A. P. Gorman is in trouble for taking
peoplo to a prlzo fight at Fort Foote
against tho laws. However, It Isn't so
bad when you come to think that this A.
P. Gormah Is a tugboat and not a U. S.
Gov. HilTj, of New York, is having a
nice tlmo down at Old Point. Hu is not
much of a "courting man," but tho
pretty girls at the Point would drlvo a
wooden man out of his shell.
Tho Triangular Tablo.
The latest fad for banquets and lunches Is
the "triangular table." Three lone; tables
are arranged In tho form ot a triaugle, and In
tho center It a round tablo bearing the llorul
conter-pleco, tho open space being filled In
with foliage plants. The host or hostess Is
tented In tho center ot thu base ot the trl&ugle,
and to his or her ktt nud right are tho layered
guests. The others aro seated upon thu other
sides of tho triangle, and the beauty ot tho
arrangement Is thai all of them fuca the host
or hostess. Tho idea was recently lutrodux i d
at a ladles' lunch given at Kinsley's, 'llin
hostess, with a friend on her right and left
hand, sat at tlio base of tho trlauglo, uud two
lames sat lacing tier ut each ol Uio otner two
In a Unrrouiii.
When Domlutck McCaffrey was In tlio city
on Saturday ho related au luteresllug incident
that took placo hetwecu him and Kllrnln.
The latter had Just returnwl from England
mid met Doinlulck in a Now York saloon.
Kllrain accosted the I'lttslurger In the most
Insulting manner, and utked: ".McCaffrey I
can innke a child ot jou."
"dlr, you aro a cur, and a coward, and I can
whip you right here "
Kllrulu, utter glvlug vent to a torrent of
London slang, decamped. If McCaffrey do
feats Kllltn ho will ut once clialleugo Kit
lulu to a battle for any uinuuut ot money.
Held mul tliu KiirIIsIi Mlkilnn
l'hllatltlpMa J 'Hit.
That Mr. Hold would rcproboot the United
tftutes with honor at tho Court of At. James
wo havo no doubt. Ho Is a graceful nnd easy
speaker, his years of Journalistic experience
havo fully equipped Llm on all ipiettlon
likely to urlto between tlio tno countries and
his wide social acquaintance In Lugluud
would add greatly to Ills efllclcucy as u Minister.
IWnlttt of tlio l're.ldents.
Washington married a rich widow
and left nn cstnto worth $300,000, but
John Adams was not worth ouo-sixth of
that sum. Jefferson died so poor that If
Congress had not given him $20,000 for
his library ho would havo been bank
rupt. Madison was economical, anil yet
left but a small estate. Monroe died poor,
John Quiticy Adams left $r0,000, tho
lesult of prudence. Jackson left a
largo landed estate. Van Burcn died
woilh 300,000. It is said that
dating his cntlro administration
ho never drew any portion of his
salary, but on leaving took tho whole
J100.000 in a lump. Polk loft $150,000.
Fillmore wns always nn economical man,
and added to his wealth bv his last mar
riage. Pierce saved $50,000. Buchanan
left $200,000, Lincoln 570,000 nud John
son J50.000. Grant, notwithstanding the
losses to which he wns subject, had a
handsomo support in tho fund provided
for him by his friends, and tho sales of
his book enrich tho family. Hayes is
said to bo in a handsomo liuancial condi
tion, nnd tho Garliclds enjoy a liberal
ficnsion and tho incomo from a large
und contributed by tho public. Cleve
land will no doubt savo $50,000 from
his Presidential salary.
Gen. Hunk's Career.
The return of Gun. N. P. Banks to tho
National House of Representatives, says
tho Burlington Free J'reta, will bo a notit
bio fcaturo of tho tho noxt Congress. Wo
thirty years ago. Ho was ono of tlio
finest presiding olllcors in tho country,
and it is said that no decision of his as
Sneaker was over overruled by tho
House. Ho has thrice been Governor of
tho old Bay Stntc, and has spent forty
years in public service, including his
active duty in tho army. He was elected
by a good majority over Col. Iligglnson,
1 rco-Trador, Mugwump, Woman-bufTra-gist
nnd impracticable reformer, and at
tho age of seventy -two ho will return to
the House, whore ho will bo ono of tho
prominent figures on tho Republican sido
of that body.
Tho Switch Tender's Trust.
"Don't ycr tech it. Let der conductor
fix it hlsso'f. Dat's number hundred an'
fifty, an' ho don't pay." Car No. 150
was bowling down tho Avenue In tho
rain about midnight. Just before it
reached tho switch at tho Peaco Monu
ment tho driver stopped and the con
ductor got out and ran ahead in tho
rain, and then tho car jolted on again.
There Is a an itch at tho turn that has
to be turned ono way for the Belt Lino
cars and tho other way for those of tho
Avcnuo Hue. As tho cars alternate, tho
switch has to bo turned before each one.
Tho conductor of No. 150 ran ahead,
kicked the switch around in place for his
car and came back grumbling about tho
If you aro a f rcqiiont rider on tho
street-cars you may have noticed a negro
boy, or perhaps, two of them, standing
by the switch at the Peace monument,
and another at tho turn by tho new Gar
field monument. Theso aro tho switch
tenders. As a car approaches they shovo
the aw itch over with a stout stick and
savo the conductor the trouble of run
ning ahead of their cars to do It. They
havo organized a trust, and unless a con
ductor w 111 go into thocomblno they won't
turn the switch for him nor will they al
low any other boy to do it. They charge
each conductor ten cents a wcok for tins,
or if a conductor prefers to pay by the
day they do It for two cents a day.
Theso boys know overy car by num
ber and the time it is due at the switch.
They don't keep any books but thoy can
tell you In a minute whether car num
ber so-and-bo lias paid yet or whether it
pays by tho week or whether It pays at
all, As nearly every conductor pays to
havo tho switches turned for him you
can sco that these boys aro making a
pretty eood thine of their novel busiuess.
Four of the conductors, however, re
fused to nay the bovs. and havo to run
ahead of their cars and turn tho switches
themselves. Thero Is a good deal of "kick
Inc," too, becauso tho company doesn't
uecauso tlio company uoesn't
pay thesdbpys. They would do" the work
T rr ifclll n nAn r nnjl limn I Mn inn .
. u vwunmuauuniiiiwir
ilnnfnrn iMtlil nni linttn Ia nnirHinm n"
UULIUIO HUII1U iiUV U4. Wl JJiy WiVIU IIJ -
tiling, nut tno xnrco or lour urmnt
negroes who havo charge of tho business
now aro made satisfied, and they "work"
the conductors for all thoy aro worth.
Tho Delightfully Confidential "Ilciit."
The latest "beat" to strike tho city is a
complaisant, prepossessing lady, who
has been "doing" tho leading houses.
Her plan of campaign seems to bo to
learn something about tho family of tho
landlady whom sho is about to stiikc, her
name, names of children or near relatives
and other domestic details that may be
turned into account. She presonts'hor
self without baggago, but gives somo
plausible excuse, such as its not having
arrived at tho baggage-room, or been
delayed by a blunder of tho railway olll
cials. Sno had heard tho landlady so
highly spoken of, sho decided to como to
her, for a few days, anyway; at least,
until her baggage arrived, etc., etc.
Meanwhile sho regales tho sympa
thetic landlady with marvelous tales
obout her intimato acquaintance with
Mrs. Cleveland and Sccrctaiy Whitney's
family. Other persons of "quality" she
speaks of most familiarly. Sho assured
one inuy that sno mm come onto attcnu
tho Chambcrlaln-Endlcott wedding. Of
courso she was greatly annoyed that her
trunks nau tailed to nrrivo. men sue
gave a glowing account of her country
homo and earnestly besought tho hind
lady to allow her daughters to pay her
a visit. Well, she managed to stay two
days at this placo, tho landlady mean
while growing quite suspicious, notw ith
stnnding tho excellent references given
by tlio other. Ono morning she went
out after breakfast and failed to return.
8uo forgot her llttlo account with tho
landlady, probubly dooming her society
and her stories of high lifosulllcient
recompense for her board.
Executive Clerk Young.
Another Congressional olltclal, who is
making an extended stay in New York,
is James Rankin Young, executive
clerk of tho United States Senate, says
the Now York Times. Ho Is a hnd-
boine, blondeheaded youth, with a health
ful glow in his unfiling facu und n merry
gleam In his bluo eyes. Tho result of
tho election insures his retention in Ids
responsible place Ho is only In attend
ance upon thu Senate when its doors aiu
closed, and although Mr. Young is a
newspaper man, never has any proceed
ing of au executive session leaked out
through him. For years ho wus nt tho
head of tho Tribune bureau In Washing
ton. Now ho and his cldur brother,
John Russell Young, own a controlling
Interest In tho Evening Star, of Philadel
phia, and his Washington letters over
tho once dei entlvo Initials "S. M.," aro
admittedly thu leading feature ot that
newspaper, Mr. Young's mission in
Nuw Yoik is entirely In relation to his
duties us coni'ipoudcnt for his Phila
.Mnry Andiiihou'H C'rny I. over.
James M. Doughcity, who was yester
day committed to tho Insane Asylum for
his vagaries regarding the lovu which ho
believed Mary Anderson, the nctroM,
boro towurds hi in, was employed nB a
book ngout by Gutuly & Aldrloli In this
city about six weeks this full, Mr
Aldiich tftld, in spunking of him this
morning, that he recognized Dougherty
as his former agent from tho published
descriptions. Dougherty wns, ho savs, a
good agent Ho cleared from
25 lo Silo a week. Ho wns
quiet, icservcd and quite gentlemnnly.
lie seemed to wear a settled melan
choly. Mr. Aldilch thought ot tho
tlmo that ho was very queer, llo always
w oro a cloak and a slouch hat and glasses,
and his appearance was that of a gloomy
cowboy, lie seemed bo well educated,
and claimed nt ono tlmo to havo dlcov
eiednn error in a work published by
Prof. Beale, of Harvard, and disclaimed
his Intention of writing tho Processor
about It. He nover had anything to say
to anyono outside of his business, i or
merly ho wns employed by the Postal
Telegraph Company. Reports from Now
lorK say timt no was cmpioycu as unuu
num In that city.
HAZAIXE'S MEXICAN HUME.
Intoiosllng Reminiscences of (Ion, Gun
ner, Wlm Witnessed the Ceremony,
Gen. Rodolpho Gunner, ono of the
mot noted commanders of Maximllllan's
atmles during tho Mexican revolution,
said at Dallas, Tex., tho other day: "It
is strango that tho press, which is devot
ing so much spaco to the lato Marshal
Barainc, never says anything about his
mniringo with tho bountiful lady who
showed so much heroism in sharing the
woes of her husband. I have not In any
paper read her maiden name. Shu was
fccnorlta Peplta Pcna, a sprightly nnd
charming young lady of raro accomplish
ments, who. with her mother, resided In
tho City of Mexico, whero thoy derived
a bare competency from the rents of an
Marshal linninc, who had mot her at
balls, fell desperately in love with her,
and she seemed to bo charmed with his
military glory, for he was about flfty
soven uitil sho only eighteen. They wore
married in tho chapel of the Emperor's
pnlaco. During the ceremony I stood
near tho Emperor, holding between my
hands my silver helmet, In which wos a
deed from tho Emperor to the brido, con
ferring on her tho beautiful villa, liucna
Vista, which had boon the gift to 1dm of
tho City of Mexico, and in which Mar
shal Baalno had been residing.
"At tho conclusion of tho ceremony I
handed the deed to tho Emperor, mul ho
cavo It to tho brido ns n token of esteem.
It was indeed nn imperial gift, for the
villa was worth $150,000.
"Tho statement, so commonly circu
lated, that tho Emperor conferred tlio
tltlo of duko on Bazainc, which, of
course, makes Mrs. Bazalne a duchess. Is
not founded on fact. Tho Empoior did
not crcato a nobility in Mexico. Boforo
tho religious marriage to which I havo
referred a civil marriage had been con
summated iu n small room, In which tho
only partios present wore the Emperor,
Marshal Bazalne, the brido, Gen. Fricnt,
Gen. Boycr and myself, acting in my
capacity as commandant of tho palace.
Tho lntendcnto of the occasion was Gen.
Fricnt, who, at tho conclusion of tho
civil ceremony, addressed the bride, as
suring her that sho was being rnlscd to
the highest rank that tho Emperor could
bestow upon her a cousin of the Em
peror Napoleon. Of course, you under
stand that Napoleon called all his mar
AX ESSAY OX KIS31X0.
It ltcnd, us Though It Wcio Written
by u Womiiii.
In the old dnys, when powder and
rougo wero indispensable, a gallant gen
tleman kissed tho haud of his fair lady,
Andhor hand was kopt Immaculate, that
his kiss might mean much to him. Now
adays men don't stoop to kiss your hand;
It would get thoir trousers out of shape.
So a. clean faco becomes a necessity to a
woman who has any lifciug for that ex
pression of affection which is generally
approved of and seldom woll done. Tlio
only kiss worth having, says a writer on
tlio subject, is mat ot a nice uaoy, ami
ct the baby doesn't glvo it; it only hub-
mtls to it. and keeps
ua sweet, uainiy,
Serfumy little mouth sunpcii like an
i, as it waits for you to discover just
linu- ilidlirhtfiil it Is. "Mnn'n klsns nrn
, r. : bx. ...i.i.i... n .... " " ..'..
"&"', , K7 S3 " ell me
M-----.- -v----- - . - - -.- - -,
,. .... ,,, r f
to cover one's entire faco; but a bnby
simply oxists and lets you take a mouth
ful of tho breath of Araby. Men havo
an Idea that their kisses aro appreciated.
They arc most Immensely mistaken. Tlio
avergo man gives a kiss just as ho
throws a base ball with too much force.
It ought to bo as dcllcnto ns a roco leaf.
Almost a memory in a second. It need
not suggest a postngo stamp nor a porous
plaster. Ono lady says: "I could write a
book on kissing, but mankind is so de
termined that I don't think he'd tako
any advice on tlio subject, and yet, as it
is the women who lecoivo tho kisses,
they certainly ought to know moro nbout
them than tho great big stupid creatures
who givo them."
Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup Is a certain and safo
remedy for coldb, coughs, etc. Only Soc.
Don't rub yourself with turpontino, but uso
Salvation Oil for your rheumatism. "5 cents.
VlgSS. SIXTH I'liESBYTKItlAN CIIUItCH,
r35 corner lith and (J southwest. Kev. .Mi.
yimineiman will preach ut 11 a. in. At :M Dr.
Ilershoy will pitach tho second In tlio eerie of
illustrated sermonn, Tlio subject will he,
"hioneK in tho Life of Jnuoh " Two fine, Iarb'o
l'oatllu llluitrutions Everybody eomo out.
r2j Hem Indispensable to comfort nnd
health, tho elltu of tho world lsll DR. WHITE'S
ettabllPhinent, 1410 Pennsylvania, avomio, oppo
site Wltlurd'a Hotel, fur tho siictoifiil treat,
tni-nt of nil illfenses of the foot. Dr. Whlto's
twenty-ninth consecutliu ear of practice In
J ushlniilon, D. O. He, il a sitting for putting
tho feci hi order
7iS,VAMnNriTON. D. C.
jUii 1HSS -In compllanoo
Won thirteen (!!i of the act Incorporating
tho Urlirhtwool Hallway Company ot ihe Dis
trict of ColumhlR, nntlno is hereby given that
subscriptions to tho capital stock of said com
pany to tho amount of SUO.O0U will ho openid
on bATL'RDAY, November 17.1888, at tho of
fice of A L. Barber A Co, Lo Droit building,
Washington, D. C, frmn II o'clock a in. to 5
o'clook p. m., mul will bo kept oneu dally dur
ing iho came hours for a i rlod of tlvo days,
unlo tho wholo stock shall bo soonor sub
scribed for. A. A IIIOMAS.
nolti dfit -- MYHON M. BARKER.
u5SN0X,CC01' STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
KlH.ai. 1MJ T),n iinniml mjnlln .f .1...
Stockholders of thu Columbia 'lltlo Insuranco
Company ot the District of Columbia, lor tho
election I of nine trmtees lor tho tniilng year,
will be held at tho ollleoof tho ininnnny. No.
50(1 nth street northwest, on MONDAY, tho
17tlnlav of December, 18WS Foils uiiuu liom
i! to I o'clock p. in. J. D COUOIIL.IN,
nol7-dtdl7 hoi r. tury.
WC2. iron and 1 Imber Lands.
A. E, HANDLE begs looall the spuolal atten
tion of titrsons dunlrlng tnacqiilcosuoh pion
trty In lurn' or Btnall truets at the very lowon
prices. Full particulars on application Ad
dress JIOJ 7tb st , n w., Wmliliuton, D. C.
tffC5SW)V "is THE TIME 10 1IUY YOUR
,?rf,. rgi,llro.r,,lu!ulll""lwllcr WM u,
IIOUOL, Wholesale und retail dealer In U'nl
and Coal. Bottom prices. Full weight and
mensuro Alluinlor shelter, (llvu mo a trial
Ortlco nnd . yiiril: Twellth, between It und H sts
n w. 'Iclephonotoiimetlon.
VjKa.,,,. . JOSEPH M.fJRADY
v- Wishes Ins filcnds to know that hols
nuw conneeli d with the I onn- of
ROIIINMIN, PARKER , t CO,,
FINE 01.01 IIIL11S,
mm.b,0i bouM"J.a,t c,or. or 7th inl I' streets,
) hero ho will bo gliul to porsonully utt ml to
their WUIIIH ot;i j
I tft5S.t'OALl COM,'
M2 LOW PltlCES THIS MONTH,
i l'laeo lour orders ill, ' '",1-
1 (. n ititvi, ..il,, ..,:......:.
w. , m.. f.it. IUI II A.ll J niiiKKTH.
s Will (till JU I II
BIIANCIIYAItDi 41)', KMrret,
JJS. LAMAK & ZACURY,
3. '. PHILLIPS, AriORNEYH.
oc221y Sun Bulldlnir laiOFbtreet.
MOORE & SCHLEY,
BANKRItS and nrtOKErts,
BU BItOAl) BTllKBT, JJKW YOIIK.
JtKMllKItS OP TIIK NI5W YOltK STOCK EX
C1IANOK. nttVATK WIltK rONNKCTIONst VITII COIt
lIKSsI'ONDUNrSAT riORTON, rlltCAtlO,
I'UII.ADKI.I'Ilt A, J! UriMOItn,
WADIIIKUTOX, V. C, MCII.MOXI), VA.
Correspondents In Washington,
COllSON" A MACARTNEY,
, i I'lKE SETS,
t i Cheaper (imn over.
Exammoour cxtonslvo stock bctoro purchasing.
ltAYWAUl) & HUTCHINSON,
' , ,! "tat oth st.
TffCSSj, HOCItlUM: CO-OPERATIVK BOCt
'lffli ety. An adjourned meotliiB of tnli
Society will ho held ut M. (Iporgo's llnll, 511)
lltli street northwest, on THUHSDAY. 16th
Instant, at 7,U(i p.m. A largo attendance of
members Is desired, ns buHnes of tmportnnco Is
to bo oonsldcrod.
Jly order, J. W. IIAItSIIA,
oC DOS v street n w
Makes n specialty of custom-mudo shirts, so
placo your order with him at onco.
YVSfes,allOOAN'3 INSTALLMENT HOUSEf
W"C HHVlnjt removed to my NowStoro,
7!ll undTllbovontlist. n. w., ,
l nm propnrod to soil ohoupcr than nnv other
credit house In tho city. Our stuck of OMl-
,.!;13L..0'CLonis, mattinhs, nuos,
IIBATIKn AND COOKING STOVES, PAltl.OH.
HEpHOOM. DININOltOOM AND KITCHEN
JWKNITUKK Is cotnnloto, nnd will bo Bold on
t redlt pheapor than they can bo sold olsowhero
for nnsli. Come and sco us and you will bo sat
QUOOAN'8, 7:Wund7ll 7lhst. n. w.,
18 THE PLACE TO 11EAL.
All Carpets bought from us wo will mako and
lay on tho ffoor free of cost.
VH-Spa.NEW' MUSIO STOItE.-ALL KINDS OP
W22 bhoot Muslo and Muslo Hooks: nil tho
oo nnd 100 muslo published. HENItY WHITE,
003 7th st. n w, oppolto Patent Ofllcoj
JOHN WAKD, I'llEACHER.
THE OWL'S NEST, by Wlstor.
ItAYMOND KERSHAW, by Co.
THE STORY OP AN AFRICAN PAItJI.
VV. II. JIORlllf-ON,
3331 F STREET NORTHWEST.
CHOICE WESTERN COT AND LONG UAY.
COnstuntly on Hand at tho Lowest Market
II. D. COCHKAK,
Wholesaloand Retail Dealer In
FLOUR, ORAIN AND HARNESS,
1317 FOURTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
VN-CSa.THE WASHINGTON ARCHITECTir
VyCST" HAL IRON AND HHlDGi: WORKS.
wukks, corner of water nnu ;wa stroets,
Washington, D. C. TelephonoOall, t'JS.'t.
Roofs, BrldRos, Turn-Tables, oto. Rolled Iron
nnd Steel Dearas, Clmnuols, AtiKles, cto. Cast
ings of overy doicrlptlon. Ornmnuntnl Cast and
WroURht-Iron Work a spcolalty. l'luns, rati
mates and Strain Sheets promptly furnished on
application. Special facilities for Heavy,Cast
inss. Capaolty of works, 5.000 tons per annum.
RDWARD L. DENT. M. F...
Owner aim General Manager.
TrrCSiJOIN A CLUB NOW AND SAVE THE
VASST retailer's prodts. CHRIbl'.MAS IS
COJIINO AND YOU WILL WANT A WATCH.
Wo offer groat reductions In price of 1'INU
OOL1) WATOHES. CHAINS, DIAMONDS AND
JEWELRY, JOIN A CLUB NOW and you will
hao your WATCHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS,
Call at our olllco, 515 7tli st, n. w or send
postal and our ugents will cull on you with u
lino of samplos.
ABRAHAM L. SALTZSTEIN. Jr.,
Manager of 'f ho Now Yotk Watch Club Co.,
615 7th st. n. w bet. E and F sts.
,ron good rrrriNG garments
Corner Oth ifndOsUnw.. ,.,
Under National Hotel.
Vh-SfcLADIES: LADIES I LADIES I
v21 Mra.3IcCnDerty Is the only hat and
bonnet framo manufacturer In the cltv. Call
nnd see her now shapei. Bleaching nnd press
ing. Straw nnd Felt Hats nltcred to tho latest
styles. Orders promptly attended to.
loou o street n. w.
IN ORDER TO PROTECT OURSELVKS
wo heieulth irlvu notleR tn nil tinrtnw
Interested in tho stakes wo hold In tho lato
uleetlnns, that wo will pay such to tho winners
nuer enu ouicuu uiiiiouueemonc. Any puny no
may wish to hao Its wager paid boforo this
tltno, must get tho Indorsement of both of tho
THE SHOOMAKEK CO..
1.1J1-1U33 E st. n w.
VyiaS B.H EVANS. 1321 Tit nw,
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR ALL
bXAlTS AND TEHRITORIE3.
Telephono O'.J 3. Hours from u to d:30.
i-S. for tliomanufattory and delivery of
Confeotloncry, Foreign and Uomostlo Fruits,
etc., orders will ho dellvetcd promptly. Per
sons wishing orders for Ico Creams, Custards,
loos, Charlotte, oto., for Sunday will Pieaso
leje thoir orders on early baturday as con
enlent. GEORGE W. WEID.UAN,
30 1 Fa. uvo. s. o.
WVgjLOVEKS OF GOOD BREAD SHOULD
Tho best llou la tho world.
Mad o by
l'roprlotors of tho Original Roller Mills,
YjaLADIES CAN HAVE THEIR FELT
JCS hats pressed In the now Fall styles.
Don't forget number, Whiting's Uloauhlnz and
Millinery Establishment, 518 Tenth street
PAINTERS-WM. E. SPALDING A CO.,
Ml luth st. ii. w., nearF st.
Lstlinatos Furnished For AH Kinds of Work.
JOB1IING AND GLAZINQ,
t7rSa.W. 0 METEROri' A CO.. MUSIO
j"-i Doalers havo rt moved from Feuusi I
anUavonuu to their now building, 1110 Fstn
w, three floors welt of W. 11 Moses A bons.
Oldest and moat extcnslv so mula establishment
Iu tho city.
vf-SGO TO MR!-. MENGERT'S, 411) OTH
Si street nortllwet, for tho celohratod
Columbia Full-weight Woolen Yarns. Stamp
lug done. All materials for needlework.
YSa.Dni "I ITER'S BLOODFILLS'cIIiTe
jOi all Impurities In all Its forms anustaaos:
serniulni eczema and skin diseases speedily
cured. Also excellent for urinary und Kldnoy
illcnies. lTloegl Forsaloutst'ANDIFOIID'S
Fharmiioy, t)th and F n. w. Open all night.
WANTED-A FEW GOOD CANVASSERS
for Mrs, Mary A. Llvormoro's now book,
''My Story of tlio Wnr;" excluslvn territory to
each, boududclrento W. II. I'RITCHETT, No.
10 5th street northeast.
ANTKD-rBY A YOUNG COLOIIED WO
man. slliiuli n ns ohuinnerinaln or rook
InnprlMito famliv Cull or addross7il Fiec
man's alley, between Oth nnd 7th, N and u
WANTED-BY TWO COMPETENT CO
uriyl girls nl d m clianibermild nnd
Mining woman. Ailtin n 1738 L street, between
IRtlmnd Conneetli til avouiie.
7ANTKD-To I t IIANf.n FOIt A 50, 52
i orni-liith huwio, ufino chiiuo with sail
lug ant puddling .in iU. Call at 1728 llili
street northwert, in iween 5 and U.30 p, in.
WANTKII-FA KIIM10DY TO KNOW THAT
Rico's 80 mn i luniilng Work-, till) Maine
ao s w, clon iu pots, renin iitos leathers,
steams muttnwes mill ri-miikes them: also, fur
nliuiiisteuiiicitli. Uiu best inunner und nt low
liriMVII-n k.i.u'Kf "frniA'P f U IIITMIIV
ol 158 L i um ,i,,p city Hull'. Il Commls-
tlntiHi- ttf Deed
all thi Hliuos ami Torn
(.OLD AND SILVER
It iMnmimir i nn by WM. rillKlll.lfll'll,
the mauuluUurlii ; juwuivr. 003 7th si, opp Fut-
FOIt RENT H00MS.
1 Q1 O N STREEr NOIITItWESV, OI'I'OSItI
IOL( tho UHilh le-nlloii, snverul very
handsomely furnished rooms on sulto or single!
in. iiilutli loi .UHiii; nil coneulenocs.
METHODIST LADY. HAVINO 3 SUITES
J. of hnndsomelvfuiiiihcd rotims, would rent
jo letliodlsl couples or jcmiut men; tablo bond
If deslreil; loentlon within ono stiunrii Met M.
E. Cliuroh. Atldross METHODIST, this ofllce.
frTOSSOI'ERMONl'li FOR FULL SUITE
w IV of front rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
fill lltli street northwest.
ijil Pstn w, "2:irs ,..,, S2.-,n no
liiiot'sttiw, l:i rs, iioo no
1)0!) Mas men w. 15 ra , Kul 07
111(1 vtttvon w, 15 rs ir() no
l ins Mass nvo, 1 1 rs nil on
173Masac, 17 ri l'jr, oil
l'stnw.l'irs VW oo
ll'JIAlotlistuw, lfirs 115 00
nil t'Jlstn w, 10 rs , loo on
13Wi,stn w, 11 rs ,,,,, lonoo
nit! 1 lth st n w. l'J rs loooo
17'il L'oimnvc, Ills... ,.,,,, ino oo
170'JI'auvon w. 10 ts fit (17
1311 Conn nvo, 1(1 rs 87 50
17V!8I Bt n w, 13rs HI 113
llthstnw. near (1,15 rs H3 33
1(101) II it u w, warehouse 80 00
170 1 Conn nvo, 1 Irs 75 01)
V'lKHiRstnw, l'i rs 75 0D
'.'i)i tost n w, 11 rs 70(in
15U70tn w, 11 rs 70 00
1510 20th st n w, 10 rs (l'i oo
51'iRstnw. 13 rs ns oo
KU 1 15 th stnw, lo rs (iioo
1115 Nst n w.llrs (13 oo
17(H) M stn w, ors 55 00
2'itl N J nvo s o, 0 n 50 oo
llio 13th stnw, lo rs 50 oo
I514 3(ithstn w, 17 is 50 oo
'J lid llthstnw, lo rs 45 oo
lnoisst nw.iirs troo
2d2U 1 ith st u w, lllrs dl (17
502 Mnplo ave, Lo Droit Turk, 7 rs -10 00
501 Mnploavo, Lo Droit Park, 7 rs 40 00
1370 II sts w, 11 rs 40 00
210(1 Mthstn w, 10 rs 40 Oil
12137tn stnw, 0 rs 35 00
153l20thstn w. 7 rs 35 00
13281tlggsstu w, (Irs 33 00
1521'itUhstn W, Mrs 25 00
1507 Caroline st (I rs 25(H)
l()07Lstn w,7 rs 1(1 45
22(1 1st sts w, Ors 15 00
Tho nbovo houses can bo examined by permit
from our offlco onlv.
THOMAS J. FISHER A CO..
1321 Fstn w.
I; 30UN stnw. 11 rs.mi i...$10O0
3l32I'Htnw,7rs. ml 25 (id
182033d st ,( rs. m 1 20 0(1
3(1.1 1 () stn w.l) rs, ml 40 00
1310 and 1101 20th st. 7 rs, ra 1 22 50
120032d stnw $75 Oil
1202 32lst 11W 35 00
321(lMstn W 50 00
3210 M st nw, store nnd Huts 5(1 oo
320JF st 10 00
UMasomo nan anoy.
32d st n w.
C.H. F1CKHNG. 120t
IS VEST 87.500 IN SMALL BRICK HOUSES,
well rented; sure to pay you S750 per year;
may pay you 81.1 10 por year. Audress E. S.
COLLaMER. 2105 Fa avo n w.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SAMI-AT MOUNT I'LEASANT-SEV-eral
woll-looatcd cottages and nice build
Ins lots; also, on 1 lth street extended, 5 ncres
beautifully located, and 3 acres near Bright
wood, Improved liy 7-room cottage, Ao.
WALKER A WILSON, 1000 F st.
T70K SALK-A NUMBER OF SMALL HOUSES,
! o to 8 rooms, with mod Imns; for saloon
GEO. W. LINKINS.
Cornor ltlth uud 11 sts.
2D0D (istnw. bh Ors, now 37,500
3024 (J st. bh, lira 7.000
351 1 Frnspeot ave, b h, 10 rs 7,000
12.17 30th st, bh, Or 5,0011
1302 OOthst, Ols i 5,000
HlOONst, bh, 10 rs 5,000
8512I'st. bh, Ors 2,500
1413 35th st, fh.7 rs 2,500
U KM Prospect t, b h, 10 rs 5 000
Tho above Is only a portion of tho proporty on
my books. Call for lht.
u. ii. ruivliini. itii .un it il w.
MARTYN'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE AND
School of Telegraphy and Typo-Writing,
313 Oth ntreot northwest, near City FostolUco.
"The highest standard buslnoas collego In
America," Splendidly equipped. The largest
and moit commodious building tn tho city do
voted to business- training. Catalogues free on
application. Colored students not admitted,
IrnnolsO. Martyn, president; C. K, Urnor, A.
M C. II., principal.
MT. VKUM). hKJIINARY.llOO, 110t;U00,
lllOMstreot and 1123 Elecnthsiroot.
Boarding and Day School for young ladles and
Fourteenth year opens Wodoosdny, Ootober 3,
for reception of boirdlnjr pupils; Thursday,
October 1. for roccptlou of day pupils.
MRS. E.J. SOMEHS, Principal.
rplIE BEULITZ SCHOOL OFLANUUAUES.
TERMS BEGIN NOW.
723 14TII ST. N. W.
1SS II uTcil'S CIVIL SERVICE INSl'ITUTU
AND BUSINESS SCHOOL, 1207 10th stn
w Open all tho year. Pupils prepared for all
CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT.
Classos will bo resumed In the LOWER
SCHOOLS on THURSDAY", bEPTEMBER 13;
nnd In the SCHOOL OF PHILOSOPHY on
Thursday, September 20.
EXAMINAAIONS FOR ENTRANCE
will tako place on Monday, September 10.
TERMS-Day scholirs, E50 yearly, payahlo
lmlf-youily In ndvancc; h ilf-boaillers, 8100;
boarders, $300. For further particulars apply
to tho president.
J. HAVENS RICHARDS. S. J.
NORWOOD i:SHTUTE-SELECT SCHOOL
FOR GIRLS. Apply at 1 107 Mass. avo.,
Mr. and .Mrs. W. D. CAUELL. Principals.
Pupils received at uny tlmo.
-,J-'1U.'AL1I.V.I,UV SCHOOL, COIINKlt MASS.
YJL avo nud 17th st, Washington, D. 0.
Second Besslon, Feb. 1 1S88.
Miss Cutcheon's Evening Travel Class will
begin Feb. 20, 188S.
The ill st lecture on American Llleraturo by
Prof, Lincoln, Fob. 11, 1888.
For Information address tho principal,
MISS ANNA ELLIS.
SPENCERfAN BUSINESS "COLLEGET
Threo entire floois. National Bank of tho
Republic Building, corner 7th and D sts. n, w
Hoy and evening sessions. Young men and
women pruetlually trained for solt support, aud
ueful lives. Hvo lourses-Tlio Practical Busl
noss Course, Stenography, Type-Writing nd
liraphnphone, Fltuiun Shorthand, ITiu'.Ueul
Engllsli Ilriinol'es, Dolsarto School of Espros
slon. Hutiolastlo year begins Moudav, Soptem
tember3. College opens for arrangements on
and after Mommy, August 27. boudfor new Il
HENRV 0. Sl'KNCHH, 1.L.I1 , Filnclpal.
MRS. SARA A. SPENCER, Viet) l'rlnolpal.
HOTELS AND "itESTAURANTsT
1 A QUIET AND ELEGANT HOTEL.
T. E. ROESSLU,
rilHE BELVEDERE, THE LOWEST PRICE
I tlrst-olass hoiuti In tho tlty. cor. I'.i. nvo.
nnd 3d st. n. w.. Wushlngtou. D. 0, HOADI.hY
A PAGE. uol7-ly
VASHINQTON, D. O
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Flro Escapes.
T KHMB-S3.00 and JJOO l'er Day.
an'S,5Y "EUROPEAN FLAN,
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Nlnth St.,
NEW YORK CITY.
IAMKS II. IIIUJSLIN, 1'roprlelor.
SIXTH STHEiiTAND FENNSYLVANIA AVE.,
L. WOODBURY. Proprietor.
WOOD AND COAL.
V. Baldwin Johnson,
Wholesale and Retail Deulcrlu
"WoocL au-cL, OoriTl.
Coniplotu Puollltlos. llollom Prices.
Full Weight and Mo i uru
Wood and Coal dlioot from the forests ant
mltiosbyrall ami wator, and free (torn la,
sla.u und other Impurities.
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
Main Yard und Onlce. '. ' 'o.n. w.
Branoh " . 2!.1. 7,r'.'.? ...
I Unuu ll " 0'" "l" " W.
I lirunuuunice for orders, comer iViniinuvl I sU.
Braneliomcuforoiilurs, oorner l.)ti uud M sts
I Alloonneoled by telephone.
rilRURTEES' HALE OF THE BRICK HOUSE
X NUMlllillEll III'U SKff .IMISKY AVi:-
NUK N. W WITH LOP
By vlrtuo of a deed of trust, recorded In liber
No. 803, folio 102. rt sell., of tho Land Records
of tho District of tolumblii, nnd at tho rnnnest
of the person thereby scoured, I will soil nt
public miction, In front of Ihopicmlses, on FRI
DAY, THE 2.10 DAY OF NOVEMIIUI. IHSS.nt
l-iioj) m., parts of lots BnndC, In E. Carusi's
subdivision of lot number seven (7), In stpinro
number llvo hundred and fifty nlno (550), In
tlio city of Washington D. C, tho said parts
of said lots being t outlgiioiis, and making
together n lot fronting upon Now Jcrsor avonuo
northwest, I otween K and L streets, BOentecn
feet ono and ono third luetic, nnd running back
with that width about 100 feet, to nn alley elgh
toon feet In width. Tholotls Improved by idbrlck
homo of 0 rooms; has modern Improvements
and Is In good rcpilr
Terms of Snlo Ono-thlrtl cah;bnlancaln two
notes of ctpinl amount In slxaud twohomontlH,
with Interest nt six por cent, per annum,
payntilo semi-annually, secured upon tho prop
erty, or nil onh nt tho option of tho purchaser.
A deposit of S'iDO will boroqulrod nt tho tlmo
ol snlo; nil convoyiinolng nnd recording at tho
purchaser's eost. Terms of sale to bo compiled
with In ton tluys.
ISAAC niSNUY FORD, Trustee
327 Missouri Avenue.
WALTER B. WILLIAMS A CO.,
FOR SALE LOTS.
r?OR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
I,ots and cottages In Koklngton for salo. Plats
of this gubillt Islnn, blng tho first nddltlon over
mado to tho city of Washington, nro now ready
for distribution. 8ocral attractive cottages
and anumborofthooholcostlotJWlll bosoldto
Iiersons who will Improvo tho samn. It Is tho
purposo or tho pr iprletor to mako this tho roost
utlractlvo subdivision about Washington. The
streets nro exact extensions of thoio of tho city,
und every modern com unlcnco will boprovlded,
An abundant water supply, perfect sys
tem ot sewcruge, Incnndescont elcotrlo
lights and nn olectrlo railway hneboen pro
lded. Ten thousand foot of curb havo
been contracted for, nnd the lntliu of curb
and parcmonts will bo commenced In a fow
itays. Cottages will ho eroctcd for purchasers
It doslrod. For plats, npnly at tho onioo of
GEOIiaE THUESDKLL, (105 Seventh St. n. w.,
or at Third nnd T sts. n. c., In Eoklngton.
To sco tho proporty, tako tho Klcctrlo Hnllwny,
ntNowYoikavenuo and 8ovcuth street north
wosts FOR SALK-4 FINVLOTS ON CHAFIN STf
50x150 oach; ono on 15th st, near Colum
bia road; a oholoj building slto, 50x115,
BENJ P. DAVIS, 13111 Fst.
JjWRmKST.UTM-117,000 SQUARE FEET
! onTonnosseonvo, nt llthstn o, sower unl
water, 17Wo, worth 25o.
Half square n e, all shallow lots, high ground,
on grado, 31,000 sq ft, only 10c.
Nicollttlo lot 20x80, n e. on good street, only
Choice lot on N st n w, 2.1x07 to wldo alloy,
near Scott Circle, only $2.15.
Elegant stable lot, Dupont Circle, fronts two
(30x15 feet) pared alloys; water, sewer, gas,
All of nbovo terms to suit. Also lots Just
across Boundary on small monthly payments.
Flonty other bargulns. WM. T. OKIE,
Room 4 13.11 F st n w.
FOR SALE AND RENT.
TJEAL ESTATE BULLr.TIN
THOS E. WAGOAMAN, 017 F Street.
Changos mado Wcduosdays and Saturdays.
THREE-STORY BRICK AND FILAME HOUSES
400 M stn w. bh, ml, 14 rs $22,500
023 nnd 023 II st n w, b b, and D houses
1312 Vtnvon w, bh, ml, 13 rs 10,000
1730 II st n w, b h. ml, 10 rs 10,000
II st, bet 13th A 1 lth sts n w, b h, m I,
11 rs ...13,000
415 3d st n;w. b h, m I, 11 rs 12,500
1013 loth st n w, b h, m 1, 10 rs 12,000
1)00 M st II w. b h .ml, 13 rs 11,000
1010 It st n w, b h, in 1, 10 rs 0.500
1212 12th stnw. iih,ml. 13 rs 11.000
TWO STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
2210 to 223 1 Boundary st n w, b h, 4
202lto2()12 Boundary stn w, bh, t
200to2010st, and 1320 and 1328 'id
tit n w, b h, 4 nnd 0 rms 13,500
2211 to222'J lbtb, st n w, b h. G rms.. . . 13,000
2 too 7th st road 11,300
1733 to 1743 Estnw.bh.O rms 0,000
701 to 700 I'm nun t stn w, b h,5rms.. D.ooo
1801 tol803Lstn w. fli, 5 rms 8.000
1 to 0, alloy bet M and N, 12th and 13th
Stan w 0 000
1130 to 1 15 1H 23d stn w. f h.4r 0.000
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Fa nvo, bet Oth and 7th stssu -'j oo
l.st net lutn anil 'iutnsts.n'.... i ..... 2 oo
ISthstbot Land M stsn w- 1 50
Hopkins st, bet O and I'llW... ;. 1 25
list, bet 3d and lth so.. .1 25
S w cor 3d aud Lstsn o , 50o
0 st. bet 2d and 3d n o 50o
Estbot21th nnd 25thnw 20a
1 stst, bet O nnd F sw ioo
ROUSES FOR RENT.
2d floor s o cor 12th nnd E n w S50 00
707 E Cap st, Ors 35 00
HI'JCstn w.llrs , 35 oo
21 II I stnw, 0 rs 12 50
83122dstn w.O rs 32 50
ioo Astnc.l) rs 30 00
711) 4th stnw. (Irs..
2d floor 420 Oth st n w, 2 rs
Upper part 2128 14th stn w, 8 rs
1108 D st s o 11,400 ft of ground)
815-IWsts w.8 rs
427 M ktn w. 8rs
32 Lstn w, Ors
20 Myrtlo st n o, 7 rs
202 CI st no, 4 rs
21114th .ts w, 4 rs
437 Frathcr's alloy n w, 4 rs
218 and 220 13th sts o.2 rs
112 und 41 1 Blrcho's allov s w. 3 rs....
REAL ESTATK INVf.sTMKNT
Safe as U. S. bonds; (I por cent., payable quar
terly; in sums $100 to $1,000; small premium
In sums to suit at o por cent.
Tho abovo Is only a portion of the property on
my books. For full list call nt onleo for bullotla
Issued on tho 1st und 15th.
milOS. A. MITCHELL,
JL Roal Estate Broker, 1)34 T st n w. Room 4.
Spoclnl attention paid to tho exchange of all
descriptions of roal estate aad personal prop
erty; mining stock, etc.
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
1310 Fst, adjoining Sun Building
Suburban property a specialty.
piKTlKS SLLK1MI SAKE 1NYESTMEMS IN
Local Securities will be furnlshod full particu
lars on application at our ofllco,
1310 Fst. n. w.
MONEY TO LOAN.
ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AND
othor securities without delay.
JAMES F. BROWN,
Ileal Estate and Loan Broker,
11011 F street northwest.
(Mnn nnn loan on real estate
tJ.LVvlWV7 In umounts to suit.
II. H.WARNER A CO.,
01(1 Fst nw.
'n.l.'V Tit tlllv si. Tlt.lT lan i mi, r ..
IMIil U liUlfl MIT UIWIU JlOIAlJ. Wit
ui m vinai euuumitja uv iuivi ov rules ui m
No delay where security is good.
303 7th stnw.
MOMIT TO L(ll0NIMPR0VED CITY REAL
estate McLAOHLAN A BATCHELDER,
1225 F st II W,
ONKY 10 LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT.
Lowest rates. No delay.
F. H. SMITH A SON,
1222 F st n w.
OR NORFOLK, OLD POUT AM) THE SOUTH.
SteainerGEORGELICARY loaves Wa.hlnztou
Monday, Wednesday aud Krlday, nt5 p in.
bteauier LiOY OF THE LAKE, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, ut 5 p. in,, from Sixth
Steamor Leary lands at Plnoy Point going and
Ludy of the Luke lands at Corn (1 eld Harbor
and Colonial lluauh on Saturdays. Steamer
trum Wahlutou dally, Including Sundays, until
further notice. Sunday ut 0 p. in.
Fare, Saturday exuurslon, return Monday 7
u, tn $3 round trip.
Connections made nt Norfolk with Old Do
minion bteumshlp Company tor New York,
Knox u nl Lloyd Kxpruss will call uud ohook
burgage ut hotels ami prlvutu residence.
Telephone call Loury, 715 J, Mojoloy
W. 1'. WELCH, Supt. F. S. Co.
GEO. P. PHILLIPS. Supt. I. A
8. L. WII.I.B1T.
Vermont lite, mill lot. it, w.
Chn'ouUiiHcrles, Meats and l'riv:lons.
The Host Goods ut the Lowest Prleoj,
Marketing dellterid froo.
A LBAUOH'S GRAND OPERA-HOUSE.
TO-NIGHT AT 8.
Jefferson and Taylor's groat aquatlA snoccss,
A DARK SECRET l
With tho Original Cast, Scenery and Itcntlstti
THE NEW HENLEY REGATTA SCENE.
Real Boats, Racing Shells, Steam Lnunchos, on
A RIVER OF REAL WATER.
GEOIIGE HOSMER,tho Popular Oarsman In
tho Oreat Bunt llaco; Capt. William A. An
drows, In his llttlo dory, "Dark Secrot."
Noxt Week Tho Coquclln-IIadlng Company.
ATEW NATJONAirTHEATEK. "
TO-NIGHT AT 8,
llojt's Very Funny Force Comedy,
JAMES O'NEILL In "MONTE CRISTO."
Seats now on salo.
A LBAUGH'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
-Messrs, Henry E. Abbey and Maurlco Grau bo
respectfully to unnounco tho first appear
unco In Washington of
MME. JANE HADING,
And n Siincrlor IVeneh Drnmntlo Company, on
MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 10,
In tho following Ropertolro:
Mondny, M. Coquoiln. "La Jolo Fnlt Peur,"
two monologues, "La Vie" nnd "La Nuufragc,"
recited by M. Voquolln. and "Lcs Froolcusee
Rltllculei.1' Tuesday, Mine. Hsdlng, "Lo Mnltro
do Forges;" Wotlnosday, Coqiiclln nnd Hading,
L Aventurlrre;" Thursday. M. Coquoiln, "Los
.,7Vpr.'"5 du Divorce;" Friday, Conuelln-lladlng,
ii.r04.J.r0".! h,?-lirUuy matlnco. Coquelln-Had-ii?'ni;u.m,"10
Haturdny oe.ilng, Coquoiln
Had ng, 'DonCa;sardo Bazan."
local?0"1 ' 82' S1'60 nnd $1' accorulnS to
ARRIS' BtJOU THEATRE.
WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, NOV. 12.
Jiuunces tucs , Tliurs ana Sat.
America's Brlghtost Uem, tho Llttlo Elcctrlo
In her highly successful comedy drama, In four
Supported by nn efficient company of artist. In
cludlngthoFopulnrMlnstrol King, Mr.JEKRY
HAR 1'. Noxt wcok-Ollver D. Byron.
J7"ERNAN'3NEV WASIUNGTON THEATER
Matinees Mon., Tues., Thurs. nnd Sat.
S LONDON SPECIALTY CO 3
LESTER AND WILLIAMS.
Tho World's Only .Erin! Qucon, .TIITAU, as-
fclstod by GEORGE V. BROWN.
Nat-HAINES AND VIDOCQ William.
Guyer and Ooodwlu, Dan J. Hart, W. II. Barber,
bclioolcraft and Coes, Fred Roberts,
the Gllletts, etc.
Next Week-GUS HILL'S WORLD OF NOV
ATIONAL FENCIBLES" FAIIL
NATIONAL RIFLES' ARMORY.
G street, bctwoen Ninth and Tenth,
NOVEJIBER 12 TO 22. 1888, INCLUSIVE.
SEASON TICKETS, 50o.
Theso tickets also ontltlo tho holder to tho
benefit of a distribution of presents at tho closo
of the Fair.
MONDAY Nioni". NOVEMBER 12.
Prof, Curpcntor's scenes iu II j puotlsm. Won
derful fun. Admission 25 cents.
"PIIOF. SHELDON'S IIAmTiNO AUADKMY, NOW
I, open for tho reception of pupils Mondays,
W cdnesdays aud Saturdays. Call or send for
circulars. ItH) 1 Fst. n. w.
STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN
Lea.e 7th st. Wharf dnlly loxeopt Sunday) for
At 10 o'clock u. iu.; leturnlng, ruiohos Wash-
Ingtou about 3:J0 p. in.
rTO! FOR (IIIEAT FaLLS AND CABIN JOHN
J.J- Bridge, steam Faokot Excolslor makes
her logular trips on Sunday, Monday, Wednes
day and Friday, leaving High street und Canal,
Georgetowu, ut 8 a. in.
Faro. 5()o. round trip.
TUStFi'S OLD STAND IS THE ONLY PLACE
J whorollrst-olnss secondhand clothlug run
bo sold at lospectahlo prices, Addioss or call
at (111) 1) street northwest.
DUEViMAKIMI-MKS.E. A. TOWER, AGENT
for tho Rood Maglo Soale; Instruction, $5;
liberal discount toolubaof three or more. 1018
Sth st n w.
IVlIi SERVICE EXAMINATION QUESTIONS
auu answers, neuu xuo to
S. W. FLYNN, A. M . Ivy Institute.
8 w corner Sth and K sts n w.
rilKY OUR lIUTTKIHMi, AT 20 CENTS PER
L pound, don't get strong or rancid; keens
bettor thau buttor; satisfaction assured (all the
year round), or money lcfundoo. Exclusive
control for Washington of tho goods wo sell.
Stalls ii'lti. 320 and 330-romombor tho num
bersCentre Market, adjoining Golden's ll.sli
htalls. Opon daily till 12.30; Saturday's, all
dav. Also 101 G st n vr., opoa all day.
Telephono, 013-2, or 00-5.
JVM. C. SORIBNBn
1110 Ostreotn w.
Branch Oftlce, 1212 Pa. avo
Collins and Cuffs a specialty, at 20a. por doz;
Shirts. lOo. each.
Goods called for and delivered at any part of
talk of our Cus
enough in that dept.
to make a talk over.
An almost incredi
ble number of styles
of goods, including
the choicest novel
ties of foreign man
ufacturers. The deep sea rolls
beteen some of them
and any likethem.
Stop in on your
way down town or
going home to-day
and order your Fall
I IlUE.Jig.MU'UlU VU UUIB
909 Penna. Ave.