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WASHINGTON. NOVEMBER 20, 18SS.
Tun Sunday School Convention na
pemblcd in Brooklyn lias been discussing
the expediency of teachers kissing their
scholars when they como beaming In to
class Sunday morning, nlco and sweet
und clean. Thero was a wldo diversity
of opinion, sentiment, charity and plain,
common bciiso from a sanitary point of
view, each receiving its proper placo in
tho argument, and the conclusion was
that tho rulu of At guttibut should con
trol. Looking at tho matter aceularly,
we should say tho Sunday School kiss
should not bo ndoptcd as n fcaturo of
Sabbath instruction. It might do where
tho scholars were handsome young ladies
and tho teacher a grave and scdato
young mnn, or tho scholars grave and
tcdato young men, with a handsomo
young woman for a teacher, hut beyond
that the limit Bhould not bo extended.
This thing of indiscriminately kissing
childron, oven from tho best regulated
families, Is llltoly to glvo measles or
chlckenpox, or mumps or whooping
cough to teachers, and impair their use
fulness, nnd probably their health, A
Sunday School kiss Bhould, In no wise,
bo less than sixteen years old.
Thk New York Sun knifes tho In
dianopolls Journal becauso it condemns
the President's action In tho Sackvlllo
matter. The Sun's knifo is a two-edged
The President-elect hns announced
his intention of holding a pow in each of
tho several Presbyterian Churches In this
city. That is tho proper and politic
method of preventing discrimination, and
if Mr. Harrison is judicious in his out
ward expression of ploty ho may bo
instrumental in doing great good. For
instance, In attending church Sunday
morning he should not let it be known to
which one ho will go, and the curioslty-
ecckcra In tho hopo of seeing tho Presi
dential party will every Sunday fill all
tho Presbyterian Churches, thus giving
tho pastors an excellent opportunity to
expand their fields of gospel develop
ment. ' m
No Hahmsons cabinet can bo com
pleted without a Sherman at tho front.
How i'aii is tho President going to let
Senator Blackburn and Judgo Kucker go
without puling a storj to tho wrangle, if
ho can put a stop to it? the President
says that no such intcrvlow took place,
tho row will end. If he cannot say so,
then Judge Jluckcr can demand cither
a fight or an apology from Senator Black
burn. As It now stands there's an un
settled lie waiting arbitration' ' "Mr.
Cleveland Is tho only arbitrator.
The Italian Government persists in
making tho Popo's lot unhappy. Tho
proposition by Premier Crlspl now Is to
tako tho funds belonging to religious
bodies aud apply them to tho support of
Tun kkki-kr of tho Philadelphia
morgue has been discharged for pluying
poker in tho morgue. This is cruel, but
it Is Philadelphia. A man who Is the
companion of corpses should certainly
bo allowed somo privileges of pleasure,
and he would bo anywhere else than In
"Mk and Cleveland went In together,
and mo and Clevclnnd go out together."
Tim Campbell, M. C.
"Huylcr, Huylcr that's all tho name
ho's got," said tho pretty younn woman
who was acting as manager of Huylcr's
candy shop, that was a Itltlo scorched by
firo last night, to Sorgcant Byrnes, who
wantod to get Mr. Huylcr's first name
for his report on the firo.
For tho information of tho young lady.
If she don't know, nnd of Sergeant
Byrnes, if he hasn't found out, It Is n
pleasure to announce that Mr. Huylcr's
first namo is John, plain John.
It may also bo Interesting to know
that Mr. Jonn Huylcr Is a several-times-over
millionaire and that a few
years ago ho was only tho proprietor of
n shoddy littlo candy shop on upper
Broadway, In Now York city. It
wasn't n particularly flourishing' cstab.
llshmcnt and Mr. John lluyler used to
tako oil his coat and mako candy him
self sometimes, for ho is a practical and
skillful candy maker, but still, though
tho candles were good nnd tno prices
moderate, tho littlo shop was not a very
great financial success.
Ono day about six years ago Mr. John
Huylor had an idea.
Ho got a painter to letter in mammoth
characters tho words:
j candy fresh every hour, j
on a strip of canvas and then stretched
it across tho front of his littlo shop,
which it noarly hid.
Then ho went into his hack room and
picked out tho bust looking of his hnlf
dozen candy-makers, moved his tools and
table Into tho show window in front nnd
set them to work making candy In full
siclit of tho nasscrs-bv.
The idea caught with tho candy-eaters,
and they (locked to Mr. John Huylcr's
"frcsh-evcry-hour" candy shop, nnd In
less ttian a year tie had opened u branch
storo, and now ho lias them in all tho big
cities, ana lias two or ttirco Dig whole
enlo candy factories besides nnd a big
chocolnte manufactory .too.
That's how "Fresh-Evcry-Hour John
Huylcr" got rich.
Tho Snckvllle Snle.
The big ballroom looked for oil tho
world like n ba7ar, with a Junk shop
oxtenslou, says the correspondent of the
Utrald. Tho commodities were arranged
on tnblcs placed around tho wnlls. Tho
dlnlnir room adjoining contained another
vast and heterogeneous display of silver,
hrick-a-brac, wines, groceries, &c. Four
hundred and sixty-eight lots, halt of
whlcli wero sold to-dav bv catatosuc. in
clude tho entlro domestic economy of the
legntlon. Nobody supposed that Lord
Sackvlllo owned such n quantity and
variety of household effects.
Sorae of the prominent people nt tho
salo wero ox-Secretary Belknap, ex-Senator
and Mrs. Van Wyck, tho Misses
Hunt of Boston, one of whom mado her
first auction purchase In u music box
for $0.35; Mr. and Mrs. 'Washington
McLean, Mrs. John McLean, Mr. Que
sada, tho Argentine Minister; Mrs. Hob
son, Captain and Mrs. Bugher, Senator
Hawley, who hns just gono to houso
keenlnc for the first timo in "Washlucton,
and is on tho lookout for bargains, and
Mr. and Mrs. John Cartor. A represen
tative nlso bought a big lot of stuff for
Mr. Lucas Tuckerman.
Lord Sackvillo reserved just enough
table and kitchen furnituro to keep tho
household running while "ho remains
here, which ho certainly will do until all
his affairs aro settled. To-day ho nnd
his daughters lunched at a friend's house
and to-morrow thoy will do tho snmo.
None of tho family appeared during tho
The Republican National Commltteo
disbursed -1.5U0.000 In the Presidential
campaign. "Intellect" doesn't couiparo
with dollars in "getting there,"
An Old Muu'a Wisdom,
Enamored Youth (trying; to sound bU girl's
fattier) About how much income should a
young man uuvo to ho married on, Mr. De
Mr. De Hlch (meditatively) Well, I mar
ried on 000 a year, and was both comfortable
Kuauioied Youth (delighted) Indeed?
Mr. Do ltlch Yes. You Bee I married a
penniless girl who knew how to economize:
but If I had married a pretty aud spoiled child
of fortune like Miss Uliiks, or Miss Finks, or
or my daughter, for Instance, I thould have
needed about $'J,000
Weaning J'roni Three States.
William Meals, colored, was struck bv
train at Richmond and badly hurt.
Thieves stole $150 from the itudy of Rock
Hill (Md.) College on Sunday morning.
Tho ltoanoko Machine Works' pay roll last
mouth amounted to oyer $3,000 a day.
Iilgblo & Thaxton. grocers, Lynchburg. Va.,
have failed. Liabilities, $13,000; nwets, J5.O00,
Waldo 1. Helves, a well-known cltltcu of
Clarksburg, W. Va., died suddenly ou Satur
day. Wllllum O. Strickland has bouebt Kley
Grange (0,000 acres) In Worcester County,
.Mil.; consiucrauon, $w,uw.
Laura I'.mma Adams, eleven years old,
drowned herself at Fatrmount, Md., a few
days ago. Bhe was subject to despondency.
James William Campbell, eon of A. D,
Campbell, of Lexington, Va., uud a Rraduato
of Washington 'and Lee, class of ltS0, died
suddenly In Sioux City, la., a day or two since.
John Father, colored, ordered John Toy,
also rcilored, off hl (Parker's) employer's farm,
in Calvert County, Md., and struck him with
a club. Toy then shot Parker fatally and e
coped. A colored school teacher named Wilson
shot nnd killed a colored cltUen named
Thomas Hunter, at Koauoke, Va,, on Friday
last. Tho cause of the tragedy Is unknown,
cs Hunter declined to make dying statement.
An Upldamlc Among Orphans.
IlAitwsiii'uo, Pa,, Nov. SO, An epidemic of
typhoid fovcr exists at tho McAlllstervllIe Or
phan's School. Thero are about thirty cases
aud up to this time ono death. Evtry elloil Is
belli? made to stump out the disease, There
urn nearly two hundred boys and tflrl at the
Death on it Slope,
Wilkksiuiiiik, 1a., SO. As Patrick Moore,
John O. Williams ami John Hushes, miners,
were descending tho Wnrrlor Uuu slope on
fool yesterday the ropo broke and a trip
of can ran down upon them. Moore was In
stantly killed and the othertwowero seriously
Something: About Dr. Tnrublety,
Dr. Francis Tumblcty, recently nr
rested in London in connection with tho
"Whitechopel murders, formerly lived in
this city, whero ho was a well-known
character. Ho was a argo man, with a
very florid face and black hair and
beard, and claimed to have been on Inti
mate terms with royal personages, among
them the Emperor Nnpoleon. Ho gave
evidence of considerable native shrewd
ness, hut was very eccentric in manner
nnd appearance, and woro a semi-military
dress with brass buttons. He was
accompanied by a big dog.
During tho war ho was arrested by
order of Secretary Stanton on tho chnrgo
of being concerned in tho Blackburn plot
to Bprcad contagion in tho North through
lnicctcu rags, no was aiicrwaru re
leased, lie was looked upon as an ec
centric man, as ho affected oddities in
dress and speech. He was last hero
about eighteen months since. Ho al
ways appeared to havelplenty of money,
but no ono know how ho camo by it, ex
cept perhaps through a preparation for
the removal of pimples, of which ho was
tho proprietor. He weutunder tho namo
of Blackburn. The boys used to guy
him and called him "Humpty Dmnpty,
which uninc seemed to please him.
Says a Brooklyn detective who know
him in those duys: "During tho war I
saw him on Pennsylvania avenue, whero
ho was the observed of all observers.
Later in tho war I saw him in Virginia.
Ho was well mounted and was drussod
In tho same cccullar stvlo as when I had
last seen him in Brooklyn. Since tho
war I have jcen him several times In
Biooklyn, but ho was not cjtiito so bril
liantly and fashionablv dressed as bef oi e.
I wos not at all surprised at hearing of his
arrest, as he was a very singular Indi
vidual, His real name, I beliovo, is
Blackburn and not Tumblcty."
COUAKS MKS WKAIi.
Slto of Neelc of Nome
General Grant was one of my custom
tors, said a Now York merchant to a
Jrreu reporter, and woro a 17-inch collar.
Goncral Arthur wore a 10-lnch collar,
and was very particular In what ho
bought. Ho wanted the latest style col
lars'if they wero becoming, but ho would
not tako one simply because It was in
stylo. Both Lawronco Burrett and Ed
win Booth buy their collars and under
clothing hero. Barrett Is a very nlco
man and U particular what he buys, but
is not extravagant. lie wears a 104
standing collur. Booth, I bollovo, wears
a 10. .lay Gould comes in hero quito
often, and is a mighty nice man to wait
upon. Ho wears a 14 turned down col
lar and the smallest also underwear we
Mr. Blaine comes in here occasionally
He wears a 151 turned down collar, J.
K. Emmott is getting stout, ond wears
tho old-fashioned 101 turned over style.
William Waldorf Astor Is ono of my
regular customers, and a more quiet, gen
tlemanly man you couldn't meet. Ho
noycr buys moro than ho wants, nor Is
ho extravagant in his tastes. It Is im
possible to force goods on Mr. Astor.
He wears a 15 collar. Borry Wall buys
all pf his underclothing nnd ueckwour
horn mid always wants tue latest siyie.
He is now wearing tho latest thing out
In neckwear, vi:.s the old-fashioned
stpek, lopg enough to go twice around
The ox-klnu of tho dudes Is not spend
ing to much money as ho used to. Not
only has ho not got so much to spend,
hut ho cannot find as many storekeepers
to trust him as he used to. A 15J collar
Is about the size, for Berry Is (trowing a
little stouter than ho used to bu. Thu
late Wiight Banford was one of my best
customcis, and wore a turn-uown mi
way, was very extravagant. I hnvo sold
him four dozen llnon handkerchiefs nt a
tlmo, for which ho paid tho neat sum of
$50 a dozen. Mayor Hewitt gets his
things here, but Ills wife buys them for
him. The Mayor wears a 15 turned
down collar. ,
The Vnndcrbilt boys, Gcorgo nnd
Fred, aro two of mv most modest and
quiet customers. They want good arti
cles, but ate not nt all extravagant. .
J. Floronco wears a 171 collar, while
John L. Sullivan, tho last timo he was
lioro, was satisfied with n 17 inch. I
guess ho could wear a smaller ono now.
i'nt. Shccdy wears a 17) collar and Nat
Goodwin a 10. General Harrison wears
a 1(1 turn down, nnd Ed. Stokes neck
just tills a neat 15 stand up collar. Boll
Ingcrsoll's neck measures just about 18
Inches. I could tell you about many
others, but I guess you've got enough.
N'HWS OFTJTr. HAY-
Kecent Kront nr Interest Untied Down
for llnstv IteiKlliii;.
Firo broko out yesterday on tho
steamer Elphlnstonc, lying nt Vnndcr
horst wharf, Charleston, 8. 0., on tho
opposite sido of tho pier from tho Sand
rlngham, in which the firo occurred Inst
Friday. Tho Elphlnstono wos loading
with cotton for Bremen. Tho firo proved
slight, but necessitated the lilling of tho
forward compartment with water. About
2,700 boles of cotton aro llablo to dam-
ago oy water, mil tno loss cannot uo
given until the cargo is discharged. Fait
of tho cargo is insured In tho Atlantic
Mutual of New York aud tho remainder
Tho Premier of Svdnor. Australia,
proposes that the assembly address the
Queen advising that the offico of gover
nor of tho colony henceforth bo conlhicd
to a class of public men who can be
called to assist In tho government of tho
cmplro, and also that the colonial gov
ernments bo Informed qf their Intended
nomination before their appointment Is
Fully 10,000 persons assomblcd at
Bcarcross. Countv Tlrmerarv. Sunday
and attempted to hold a meeting. Thu
gathering had been proclaimed by thu
government and before the proceedings
wero far ndvanced a strong forco of po
lice arrived on tho ground nnd charged
upon and dispersed tho crowd. During
tho affray many poisons wero Injured.
AVm. Durant, u stockman, was assassi
nated at his home, near Tusshoma, In
dian Territory, Friday night last. Ho
wns called from his homo by a party of
men, who riddled Ills body with bullets.
Tho assassination aroused Durant's
friends, who. hunted down and killed
Silas Jeffries and Abe Davis, who woro
suspected of leading tho party.
Mr. Norman J. Coltnan, Commissioner
of Agriculture, who is In Chicago, denies
tho statements made lu tho National
Board of Trado that tho monthly ciop
reports aro Inaccurate nnd said that tho
odvnnco crop reports had for forty years
been so accurate, that tho actual crops
had, in almost ovcry instance, verified
them. Ho also said pleuro-pucumonla
among eattlo, which existed in Illinois,
Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Now
York, New Jersey, Kentucky nnd Mis
souri, has been stamped out of ovcry
State except New York. Tho work had
cost nearly a minion dollars.
Tho Invlncibles, Mullet aud McCnff roy,
leu uuDUn yesterday under n strong es
cort for London, where they -will glvo
evidence beforo the Pnrncll Commission.
When tho train reached Downnatrick
station McCaffrey fchoutcd: "God save
I r el audi Wo want tho pcoplo to know
that wo aro coerced and go unwillingly."
Tho United States Marshnl at Fort
Smith, Aik., has been authorltatlvoly
notified that all renorts of amicable ad
justment of tho Chickasaw troubles aro
incorrect; that no sub-chlof has been
declared olected, and tbnt Indian Agent
Owens hns been nppcalod to for nsslstiuico
to settle impending difficulties.
Tho trial of James Palmer for tho mur
der of Henry E. Whltchouse of Berwick,
Mnlno. on the 27th of last May, was con
cluded at Portsmouth, N. II., yesterday
ovenlng, tho jury returning a verdict of
murder In the first degree. Palmer wns
scntonccd to bo hanged on tho llrst Tues
day or December, 1HBU.
Tho Methodist Episcopal Missionary
Commltteo In New York yesterday made
tho following appropriations for mis
sions: Arizona, $7,500; Black Hills,
$5,525; California (German), W,U75j
Lower uaiirorn!a,i,uuu; .Nevada, 4,.jou
aud Now Mexico (English), $7,200.
At Grcone, Chenango County, N, Y,,
on Sunday, George F, Matthows, while
temporarily insane, committed suicide
by cutting his throut with a razor. He
was a native of Savannah, Ga., and -IS
Tho Court of Claims yesterday toportcd
findings of facts in the Fronch spoliation
cases connected with tho ships Friend
ship, 1'oitMary, William and Confeder
acy, and remanded for Insufficient evl
deuco tho cases connected with the ships
Nancy, Eliza and. Fox.
A new sower on Fifty-sceoud strcot,
PittBburi;, Pa., caved in yesterday, kill
ing J. B. Sands, tho contractor! and a
uncKtaver named unarios jsiiKcr. Thoy
had gono into the sower to do some woik
when tho sides caved in from the con
stant lulus of tho past week.
An enldemlc of tvnhotil fuver exists nt
tho McAllistcrvIlle (Pa.) Orphan Asylum.
There nro about thirty civics, and up to
this tlmo ouo death, Every effort Is be
ing mado to stamp out thu disease.
Thero aro nearly 200 boys aud girls at tho
The nostoflice at Lyons Farm. N. J..
was broken Into curly Sunday morning.
The thieves robbed Postmaster G. U.
Locker's clothing of $150 uud a gold
watch. When Locker was awakened lie
found an open razor on his pillow.
Bertl Kasok, a Hungarian, was nuir-
ITho AVnrrlnc Chlolnw factions,
8t. Lotus, Nov. 20. 1'rlvoto advices from
Tishomingo, the capital of the Ctitekasnw Na
tion aro lu cITct that a conflict between tho fol
lowers of Ouy and Hjrd ls Inevitable. Inn
persohnl encounter between two of tlio bclllo
crents tho Byrd follower wns kl'lcd and his
friends swear that they will havo vengeance.
Itolionrllic Honied '" " Telniihnno Onso.
CltlOAao, Nov. 20. Judgo Ulodgctt has
denied tho petition of the American Cushman
Telcphouo Company for n rehearing of Its suit
agalust tho American Hell Telcphouo Com-
Sany. Tho case will now go to tho United
tntcs Supreme Couit on appeal.
Harvard defeated tho University of
Pctiusylvnnla nt football yesterdny'by a
score of 48 to 0,
tTr'SSifcNOTic'K of bTocKiioi.ni:us' mi:i:t
iS. 1NU. Tlio annual nii-etlnir of tho
Stockholders of the Columbia Tltlo Insurance
Company ot tho District of Columbia, for tho
election of nlno trilitno for tho cn-mlne: year,
will bu bold ut tlm iifllco of tho colnnunv. No.
fi(X) fith atreet northwest, on MONDAY, tho
17th Oar ot December, HW. Polls oiien from
J to -I'&'einak p. m. .!. D. COUOHLaN,
TfrCSa.NOW S THE TIMK'tO 11UY YOUU
MOi' -coat for the fall and winter. WM.K,
HOIK!)!, Wboluiato anil retail dealer In Wood
nnd Coat.- llollom jirlcct. 1'ull wclsht and
meosuro. All nndor shelter. Olvo mo a trial.
unicoHiid yard! Twelfth, between It nnd S sts.
n, w. Tclephono connection.
rrr-P-I'ADlES? LAntEST I.AbtE3i
lH Mr. VnfiniTpriv U the only lint and
bonnettframo manufaotuier In tho city. Call
nnd boo her now shapei. lllcnchlnR and press
Inc. Straw nnd Folt Hats nltored to tho latest
styles. . Ordors promptly attended to.
L JL 10t)0 " street n. w.
JjgMOORE & SCHLEY
IlANKEltS AND BUOKEItH,
20 DltOAD STltEET, NEW YOltK.
SIEMnEHS OP THE NEW YOltK STOCK EX
CHANGE, ritlVAT- WinK CONNECTIONS WITH COR
i'Oi llciilndUpcnnblo lo comfort nnd
In-null tho cllto or the world visit Ilti. WHITE'S
establishment, 1-110 Pennsylvania avomto,onpo
slto Wlllard's Hotel, fir tho sueoesfnl trom.
inentiif nil diseases of the feet. Df.Whlto's
twenty-ninth conscoutlvn year of praotlco In
Wnshlnxton, D. O. Fee, 81 n slttlns for puttlnR
v00 TO JI11H, MENOElirS, 411) OTIt
WGz street northwest, for tho cclohrateJ
Columbia Kull'welght Woolen Ynrns. Stamp
tins done. All materials for needlework.
11Y TWO OnMl'HTllNT rot
nlrls. tVhtcs ns oliambermnld mid
owlmi woman. Address 17H8 I. street, between
ivm mm uonneuucui urunuo,
WASTKII-EVEUYUODY TO KNOW THAT
lMco's HtcnnvClonlne: Work, 400 Jlalno
ao s w, clonus ca'pots, renovntos feathers,
steams mattresses and reinnkes thorn; nlso, fur
nituro stenmed In tho best, manner nnd at low
WAXTEII-ITKNO'WN THAT C. H. DUNDY
of ir,y hnavo, opp City Hall, li Commis
sioner of Deeds for all the btatos and Terri
tories. WASTKD-OI.D COM) AND SlhVEIt
uotiffht for cash by WM. FltlEDBUIUll,
tho manufacturing Jowolcr, 003 7lh st, opp 1'at
MH'STHKS' HAW! OK THE ItltICK HOUH1S
iNU.iuii;ui:i iii;ii kbw .ikksky ,k
Nt'E N. W WITH LOT AND APl'Uit-TENANCIES,
Ily vlrtuo of a deed of trust, recorded In liber
No. 80.), folio .11)., et soil., of tho hand llccords
of the District of Columbia, and ntths leanest
of tlio person thereby scoured, I will sell at
public miction. In front of Ibo premises, on Kill
DAY, THE -ill) DAY OK NOVEMIIKIt, 1H88, lit
1:1)0 p. m., parts of lots 11 and C, In E. Camsi's
subdivision of lot number soven (71, In squuro
numocr nro miuurcii unu niiy-nino inmii, in
mo city or wnsmngton ii. v., tno said
oi saiu iois nciim
D. C. tho said parts
eontlRiinus, and maklnir
FOR RENT ROOMS.
AT 1021 11TH bTltP.ET NORTHWEST, COIil
ncr lliissactiusotts avenue, very Unci),
furnished cominunlcntlmr front rooms; 1st and
d lloors; rcnsonnblu prices todoslrublo parties,
1 Q1 O N STltEET NOUTHWE3T. OPPOSITE
LOLiii tho llrltlh Loimtlon, soverul very
handsomely furnlshod rooms, en sulto or slnglo;
bnautliul location; all conveniences.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Correspondents In Washington,
COltSON & JIAOAIITNEY,
Hit) P STltEET
Cheaper than over.
Examine our extensive stock botoro purohaslm;.
HAYWAIID & HUTCHINSON,
4.1 Oth St.
FOR RENT HOUSES
1.14 Vstnw, 2nrs
luioi'stnw, lu rs
14UO Musi avonw. 15 rs
1110 Vtavonw, IBrs
l.t8 Mass nvs, 14 rs,,
1700 Mass nvo, 17 rs
rsin w, rjrs..
.. 200 no
.. 1110 07
.. IBO (II)
,. IftO 01)
tjSS,rHIUP T. HALT
liJsCSr 1)081' strcot n.w..
Makes a spoolnlty of custom-mado shirts, so
placo your order with him at once.
VJpCSaltOOAN'S INSTALLMENT HOUSE.
iV IIuvIhr removed to my Now Storo,
730 and 741 Sovonth St. n. w..
I am prepared to pell cheaper than any other
credit bouse in tho city. Our stook of CAR
1'KTS. OILCLOTHS, MATTIN03, IIUOS,
HKATINO AND COOKIKU STOVES, PAHLOIt,
1IEDKOOM, DININQ-llOOM AND KITCHEN
FUltNlTUHE ls complete and will bo sold on
Credit cheaper than thoy can bo sold olsuwhoro
for cash. Como and soo us and you will ho sat
GHOOAN'S, 700 and 741 7th st. n. w.,
IS THE PLACE TO DEAL.
All Carpets bouRht from 119 wo will make and
lay on tho floor free of cost.
Vr ffl!W MtlSIO KTOItK.-
WsS sheet Jlunlo and Mualo Uooks;
ALL KINDS OK
a Uooks; all tho
Bo nnd 100 muslo published. HENItY WHITE,
005 7th st. n w, opposite Patent Ofllco.
vKjjSNEW HOOKS. ,
JOHN WARD, PREACHER.
THE OWL'S NEST, by Wlstcr.
IIAY'MOND KERSHAW, by Cox.
THE STORY OK AN AFRICAN FARM.
'1331 K STREET NORTHWEST.
11.5 loth stnw, lOr 110 00
1(114 -lstnw. 10 rs 100 ou
in.ui.Rtnw, 11 rs 100 00
0-llthatnw. 12 rs 100 00
17-1 Conn avo. 11 rs 1(1000
170. Panvon w. 10 rs oi 7
101 1 Connate. 1(1 rs 87 no
1728 I Bt IIW, 13 rs S3 !I3
llthstn w. near 0, in rs S3 33
looollstu w, warehouse so 00
1701 Conn avo, 11 r 7fi 00
2000 11 st n w, 12 rs , 75 00
--tostn w, 11 rs 7000
15270 ftn w, 11 r 70 00
mill 20tlintii w. lOrs Ot 00
ni2Estnw. 13 r.s 05 00
lo.tinth etnw.lOrs 05 00
1115 Nst ii w.llrs 05 00
17011 fit stn w.Ors r5 00
220 N .1 nvo n 0, 0 rs , 50 0(1
1110 13thstnw, lOrs 50 00
I51130thstnw, 17 rs DO 00
211D1 ltlistn w.lOrs 45 (K)
1501Sst nw.Ors 45 00
212UllthBtnw, lOrs 4107
502 Mnplo nvc, Lo Droit Pnrk, 7 rs 40 00
not Mnploavo, Lo Droit Park, 7 rs 40 00
1370 I) stnw, 11 rs 40 00
2100 llthstn w. lOrs 40 00
12137tu stn w,0 rs , 35 00
153 120th stnw. 7 rs 85 00
1328RlKKSRtnw, Ors 35 00
152120th stnw, HM 25 00
1507 Caroline st (I rs 25 00
1007Lstn w,7 rs 10-15
22(1 1st sts w, Ors 1 15 00
Tho above houses can ho examined by permit
from our ofllco only.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO.,
1324 if st n w.
tofrctlif r n lot fronting upon Now Jcrsoy avenuo
northwest, between K nnd L streets, soicntccn
feet ono and one-third Inebos, nnd running back
with that width about 100 feet, to nn nlley rlsh
toen feet I n width, Tho lot Is Improved by nbrlck
housoot I) rooms; has modern Improvements
and ls In pood repair.
Terms of Sale One-third cash; balance In two
notes of ciiunl amount In six Mid twelvo months,
with Interest nt six per cent, per annum,
paynblo scml-annunlly, secured ujion tho prop
erty, or nil oah at the option of tho purohnsor.
A deposit of S200 will bo required nt tho tlmo
ofsnIu;nll conveyancing nnd recording nttho
purchaser's cost. Terms of salo to bo complied
within ton dnrs.
ISAAC HENHY FORD, Trustee.
327 Missouri Avcnuoi
WALTER 11. WILLIAMS & CO.,
novl Id Auctioneers.
rY VIRTUE OK A DEED OK TRUST. DULY
JD rcoordod In l.lber No. 1312, folio 80, ot
seq., ono of tho Land Records ot tlio District nt
Columbia, and party thereby secured, wo will
soil at auction, fn front ot tho premises, on 8tn
strcot noriiioasi, octween u nnu u, mivis.ii-
lllilt 21, 1888, nt 4:30 p. in., ono undivided
third of tho north hnlf of lot M. square ulna bun.
tired und sixteen. Terms made known day of
sale. W.I. SCHNEIDER,
0. II. KKTTLEH,
M. FOLEY, Auetloncor. Trustees.
KW NATIONAL THEATER.
-XI MONTE GRISTO
FOR SALE LOTS
I)ts nnd cottages In Eoklngton for salo. Plats
ot this subdivision, b-Mnjr tbo llrst addition over
mado to tho city of WashlnRton, nro now ready
for distribution. 6oeral attractlro cottages
aud n number of tho choicest lots will bo sold to
persons who will Improve tho same. It Is the
purposo ot the proprietor to mako this the most
attractlvo subdivision about Washington. Tho
streets nro oxact extensions of tlioso of tho city,
and orery modern convenience will bo provided.
An abundant wator supply, perfect sys
tem ot Beworngu, Incandcsoont vleotrlo
lights and an clootrlo railway lmvcbccn pro
vided. Ten thousand feet of curb havo
been contracted for, nnd tho laying of curb
and pavemonts will bo commenced In a few
duys. Cottages will be erected for purohasors
If desired. For plats, apnly at tho ofllco of
OEOIIQE TRUESDELL, 005 Savcnth St. 11. w.,
or nt Third und T sts. n.e., In Eoklngton.
To soo tho property, take tho Eloctrlo Railway,
at New York avenue and Seventh street north-wost.!
November 20-FHEDEHICK WARDE.
A LllAUOH'S ORAND Ol'KRA JIOUSE.
Messrs. Henry K. Abbey and Maurice Orati beg
respectfully to nnnnunco the llrst appear
ance In Washington of
MME. JANE HADING,
And a Suerlpr French Drnmatlo Company.
THIS (TIJK8DAY) KVENINa
Ml MAITRe'1)E FOltOES.
Wednesday, CoqueIn ntd Hading, "IAven
turlcre;" Thursday, M. Coquclln, "Los Surprises
1111 uivoreot" l'riuny, voquenn-iiauing, -rrou-Frou;"
Saturday matinee, Coquelln-Iladlng,
"Cnmltle:" Satunlny evening, Coquelln-Iladlng,
"Don Caisar do llazan,"
Price: S2.50, $2, 31,50 and SI, nceordlng to
location, aencrul udmlsjlon, 81; family cir
cle, OOo. ,
Next week "Tho Twolve Tomptatlons."
TrERNAN'S NEW WA3HINQT0N THEATRE
Matinees Man., Tucs., Thurs. and Sat.
GU3 HILL'S WORLD OK NOVELTIES'
Paul-HAMLIN nnd HAMLIN-Frank
Lul I Lol'oro.
Charlos-MIYANT ttnd SAVILLE-Ous.
John E. Drew, Mile. Alberta,
Cllnt-WILSON and IIREVARDE-Mngglo
THE WORLD'S CHAMPION.
CHOICE WESTERN CUT AND LONO HAY.
Constantly on Hand nt tho Lowest Market
II. D. COCHRAN,
Whoresalo'and'llotall Dealer In
FLOUR, C1RA1N AND HARNESS,
1317 FOURTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
WCSiTHH WASIHNQTGN ARCU1TE0TU-MtC-i
RAL IRON AND DRIDOB WORKS.
WORKS, cornor of Water nnd !12d Streets.
Washington,!). C. Tolephono Call, -128-3.
Roofs, Bridges, Turu-Tablos, oto. Rollod Iron
Bnd Steel Beams, Channels, Angles, etc. Cast
ings of every description. Ornsinontnl Cast and
Wroiight-Iroi Work a sDeolnlty. Plans, Kstl
mates and Strain-Sheets promptly furnished on
application. Special facilities for Heavy Cast
lues. Capacity of works, 6.000 tons por unnum.
b ' EDWARD L. DENT. M.E..
Owner and General Manager.
YVr?J01N A CLUB NOW AND SAVE THE
VmSST" retailer's profits. CHRISTMAS IS
COMlNfJ AND YOH WILL WANT A WATCH.
Wo offer great reductions In prices of FINK
001.11 WATCHES, CHAINS, DIAMONDS AND
JEWELRY. JOIN A CI.Ull NOW und you will
bao your WATCHES FOR THE HOLIDAY'S.
Call at our offlio, MB 7th st. n. w., or send
postal nnd our agonts will call on you with a
,, o. samp,. um l Wlmmi Jf
Manager of Tim Now Y'ork Watch Club Co.,
mr7thst. n. w.. hot. E nud K sts.
,FOK aoOD-FITTINQ OARMENTS
Corner Othand 0 stsn yy
rjra. LAMAR & ZACHRY,
S. K. PHILLIPS, A1T0RNEYS.
oe22-ly Sun Building. 1310 V street.
MSSST, R. II. EVANS. 1321 F it n w.
COMMIbSIUaiSU Oir 1IKI5U3 Mill ALU
8TATKS AND TERRITORIES.
Telephone 053 3, Hours from oto -1:30.
tfKpa,HAVINO INCREASED FACILITIES
K- for the manufaotory and delivery of
Confectionery. Foreign mid Domestic Fruits,
oto., orders will bo delivered promptly, Per
sons wlslilng orders for Ico Creams, Custards,
Ires, Charlottes, ote., for Sunday will Please
leave their orders as eerly Saturday ns con
venient. aiCOROE W. WEIDMAN,
303 Pa. avo. . 0.
TrtJpLOVEIIS 01' C100D IHtEAI) SHOULD
I .1011 RF.5T-I10USES.
! 30UN stnw.llrs.ml 830 00
3132Pstnw,7rs.ml 25 00
182033d st .0 rs.m 1 20 00
3031 0 stn w.O rs, ml 40 00
1310andl401 20th nt. 7 rs. m 1 22 no
1200 32 J stnw 875 00
1202 32dst nw 35 00
32iiiMstn w no 00
3210Mstn w.storonnd flats 50 00
3203 P st 10 00
2 Masonlo Hall alley 80 00
C. II. FICKLINOl'JO 1 32d st n W.
TSVEST 87,500 IN SMALL BRICK HOUSES,
well rented; sura to nar you S7C0 ncr year:
.-...- -. , -.-. - . . . .
may pay you 81,140 per year.
I'Ul.-A.MUK. -iuu 1
i Va avo n w.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
lOIt SAL15-AT MOUNT PLEASANT-SEV-oral
well-located cotta.es aud nlco build
mr lots: also, on 14th street extended. 5 acres
beautifully locatod. nnd 3 acres near Bright
wood, Improved by7-room oottngo, Ao. .
WALKER ,t WILSONu10oq Fet,
J7I0K SALE-A NUMBER OF SMALL HOUSES
! 0 to 8 rooms, with mod Imos; tor salo on
casyterm. GEO. W. LINKINH,
Corner 10th nnd II sts.
T7I0U KALE HOUSES.
; 2000 Qstn w. hh.Ors, now $7,500
3021(1 st, bb.nrs 7.000
331 1 Prospect ave, b h, 30 rs 7,000
12J7 30th st, b b, 0 rs 5,000
1302 30ihst. 01s n,oon
alooNst, bh, 10 rs n.000
3512 P st, b b. 0 rs 2,500
1 113 35th st. f h, 7 rs 2,5(10
:j.')33 Prospect st, b Ii, 10 rs 0 000
Tho nbovois only a portion of the property on
my books. Call for Hat.
' O. II. FIOKLINO. 1201 .12d stn w.
EOR SALE 1 FINE L0T3 ON CHAPIN ST,
50x150 each; ono on 16th st, nearColum
road; a obolos building slto, 50x115.
BENJ. P. DAVIS. 1310 Fst.
IniHTESTMiaT-.17,000 SQUARE FEET
on Tennessee nve, at 11th stn 0, sower and
wator, 17Ko, worth 25o.
Half square n o, all shallow lots, high ground,
on grade, 31,000 sq ft, only lOe.
Nice little lot 20x80, n 0. on good street, only
Cholcolot on N st n w, 23x07 to wldo alloy,
near Scott Circle, only 82.15.
Elegant stable lot, Dupont Clrolo, fronts two
Kiuxio icet) pavou auoys; waver, sower, gas,
All of above terms to suit. Also tots Just
ncross Boundary on small monthly payments.
1'lonty other bargains. WM. T. OKIE,
Room-1 1331 F stnw.
FOR SALE AND RENT.
TTARRI8' BIJOU THEATER,
WEEK OF NOVEMBER 10.
Mntlnces Tues , Thurs and Sat.
Beautiful Souvenirs Will be Given at Evory
Tho Frank, Fascinating, Fashlonablo Favorite,
Supported by tho Courteous, Cultured, Charming
In tho Romantic- Melodrama,
nnd tho Grentcst, Grandest, Most Thrllllngly
Roullstlo Firo Socno Ever 1'roduood ou Ameri
Week Nov. 20 Wilbur Opera Company.
dcriitl Sunday iiljjlit at tlio " Swumo.'' a
settlement near rronclitown, l'a., by ono
of two Hungarians who wuru visiting
lilm. 'l'ho party had beun drinking
heavily nnd wero all drunk.
1'rivate Kvans and hlit boat's crew of
four men woro drowned oil tlio Nussau
(N. P.) bar on November 1L' by the cup
sizing of their boat during a squall.
Thoy wero attempting to sjiuuk tho
steamer Cientucjios, from New York.
Two men wero beaten by unknown oh
tritiums on the btrect in fs'ew York on
Sunday night. One, Thomas V. Dunn,
attacked In front of the Iltruld building,
is dead, and tho other, JolmSlien, ls dying.
Frederick Tienstruff, Peter C. Peter
son and Arthur Hopl I uru drowned olf
Far Itockawny, L. I., yebtorduy by tlio
cujisUing of their boat.
John Hodell, a native at Switzerland,
aged !)2 years, a life prisoner In tho Slnte
prison. Irom Tolland, committed suicide
yesterday morning in his cell In Wether.
A dispatch from Zanzibar gays thu
Italian Hug has again been hoisted on tlio
Italian eonsululu and hus been saluted
by direction of the Sultan.
Thu German Government lias sent n
torpedo boat und n dispatch bout to as
sist iu tho blockade of J-Just African
Mr. Spurgeon, who has been ill for
soiiio tlmo, went yesterday for U10 South
of France, He is extremely weak,
Olllclal dispatches from Tahiti donv
tliut thcto bus been tiny lighting In tho '
Miss MacDonald. Sir John Mneiim,.
collor. Mr. Sanford was alwnycj very 1 old's ulstor, who had been an inyolld for
neat and nlco in his tastes, but, lu u quiet years, la Ueud,
Tb best flou In tho world.
31 ado by
C. W, CISSELL in CO.,
Proprlotors,t)f tho Original Roller Mills,
' ' Georgetown, li. C.
UC. Iron and Timber Lauds,
A, 11. HANDLE Imus lo call tho special atten
tion of tiersons Uenlrlng to acquire suoh prop
trty In largH or small tracts ut tbo very lowust
prices. Full pirticulars on application. Ad
dress 30:i7thit.,n w Washington. I). C.
J. Real Estate Broker. 03 1 F st n w, Room 4.
Special nttentlon paid to tho exchange, of all
descriptions of real estate uad personal prop
erty, mining stock, eto.
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
1310 F st, adjoining Snn Building.
Suburban property a specialty.
PARTIES SKKKIMI SAFE lMVESTJIKMS IS
Local Secuiltles will be furnished full particu
lars on application at our ofllco,
1310 F st. n. W.
t'nTS ' Jt'SKI'H M. (11IADY
ViWrWIhes,his friends to know that ho Is
now cunneltul with the house of
ROBINSON, PARKER A; CO.,
f T fii: t'i.()niii',it.s.
310, Southeast cor or 7th nnd I) streets,
Whero ho will bo glad to personally attend to
their wunts. ou31 tf
Wr3MlMK3 CAN HAVE THEIR FELT
U2 bills prjcseil In the. new Fall styles.
Don't forget uuithcr Whiting's Hlcachlug and
Millinery lEbtablUhineut, MB Tenth street.
l!i5. 522 12tb st, n. w near F st.
Estimates FiirnUbed l'or All Kinds ot Work,
JOHIimO AND OLAZINO,
Tfj3-.W,-. IKI'.KR01T & CO.. MUSIC
W Ijeulom iu u ,-, moveil from t'cniiiyl
vanla avenue to then lmw building, 1110 F st n
w, three Hours wei of W. U Mous & Sons.
Oldest and moHuxinmiy komulo establishment
In tlio city.
MARTYN'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE AND
School of Telegraphy and Typo-Writlng,
ill:: Oth struct northwest, near City l'ostoltlcu.
"Thu highest standard busIiioH eollojiu lu
America." Splendidly equipped. Tho largest
uud moit commodious building In tbo city de
voted tn business training. Catalogues free 011
application. Colored students not admitted.
Francis 0. Mnrtyn, president; C. K. Urncr, A,
M., u. F. prlnolpal,
xtt. rvciiSos'hEMiaTHv.iioo, 1101, 1100,
IvX lllOMstroot and 1128 Elovonth street,
lloiirdlng und Day School for young ladles aud
littlo girls. , , , .
Fourteenth year opens Wodrosday, October 3,
for lecoptlon of boarding pupils; Tuursdny,
Ootuberl, for nweptlon of duy pupils.
MitS. E. J. BOHfEHS, Principal.
HIE HKltUTZ SCHOOL OFLANUUAdKS.
TERMS BEGIN NOW.
723 1 ITU bT. N. W.
M" ISS llTl.t'll'S CIVIL SERVICE INSTITUTE
AND HUtlNEbS SCHOOL, 1207 10th st 11
w. 0jii all tho year. I'pplkf prepared for nil
examinations. ,1 ''
"PEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOS E. WAOQAMAN, 017 F Street.
Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturdays.
THREE-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOU8E8
400Mstnw,bh,ml, 14 rs 822,500
023 and 023 II st n w, b b, and 5 houses
1312 Vt avo n w, b li, m 1. 13 rs 10,000
1730 11 st n w, b h. m 1, 10 rs 15,000
It st. bet i:ith & 14th sts n w. b h. m I.
11 rs 13,000
4153ilstn:w. bh, ml, 11 rs 12,500
1013 10th st 11 w, b h. 111 1, 10 rs 12,000
1)00 Mstnw.bb ,ml,13 rs 11,000
lOlOHstnw.bh. ml, 10 rs 0,500
1212 12tll st n w, b h, m 1, 13 rs 0,000
TWO-STOHY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
2210 to 2231 Boundary st n w, b b, 4
2021 to 2012 Boundary st n w, b b, 4
200 to 20 1 0 st, and 1320 nnd 1328 2d
stn w, bh,4 undllrms 13,500
2211 to2220 lOtb st n w, b h. 5 rms.... 13,000
2tn0 7thstroad ir.'.V."..... 11,300
1733 to 1743 1'.Htnw. bb.O rms 0,000
701 to 700 Farrniut stn w.'Ubi firms..,, 0,000
1801 to 1805 Lstnw. fh.n rms.v 8,000
1 to 0, alloy bet M and N, 12th and 13th
stsn w 0 000
1130 tnliniH 23d stnw.fh.4rs 0.000
UNIMmnOVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Pa avo, bet Oth nnd 7th stsso 82 00
Lst bet loth and 20th sts 11 w 2 00
18th st bet L und M sts nw 150
Hopkins st, bet O and Pnw 1 25
Bst, bet 3d and 4th so 125
H w cor 3d and I. stsn 0 ,,..noo
Ost, bet 2d nnd 3d n 0 noo
Kht hot 21th and 23thnw 20o
Istst, betOand P sw.. .., 100
HOUSES FOR RENT.
2d floor g 0 cor 12th and K n w ,$no 00
707 E Cap st, ors 3500
402 C stnw. Ors 33 00
2141Ihtnw, I) rs 32 50
831 22d stn w.O rs 32 50
300 Astne.0 rs.,,, 30 00
710 4th stn w.O rs 30 00
2d floor 120 Oth st n w. 2 rs 25(H)
Uppor part 2128 1 1th st n w, 8 rs 25 00
1108 D sts 0(1,400 ft of ground) 25 00
815 4Wht8 w,8 rs 25 110
427 if stn w. 8rs 25 78
32 L stn W.Ois 1(1 20
717 8th stn 0,0 rs 15 41
20 Myrtle st n 0, 7 rs 15 00
202Ustuc,4 rs 12 30
21411th sts w, 4 r 0 00
437 1'rather's alloy 11 w, 4 rs , B 00
218 und 220 131b sts 0,2 rs 4 00
412 and -lllBlrcho'snllevs w. 3 rs 4 00
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Snfe as U. S. bonds; (I per cent., payabto quar
terly; In sums $100 to 81,000; small premium
In sums to suit at 0 por cent.
Theabovols onlya portion of tho propertyon
my books. For full list uall ut otlioo for bulletin
Issued on the lst aud 1 5th.
RATIONAL FENC1BLES' FAIR.
NATIONAL RIFLES' ARMORY,
O street, between Ninth and Tenth,
NOVEMBER 12 TO 22, 1888, INCLUSIVE.
SEASON TICKETS, 50o.
Thcso tickets also ontltlo the holder to tho
benctltof a distribution ot presents at the close
of the Fair.
MONDAY NiaHTTNOVEMBER 13.
Trof. Carpenter's Scenes In Hypnotism, Won
derful fun. Admission 25 cents.
open for tho reception of pupils Mondays.
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Call or send for
circulars, 1001 F it. n. w.
8TKAMER W. W. CORCORAN
Leaves 7th-st. Wharf dally (exrept Sunday) for
At 10 o'clock a. m.; returning, roaohes Wash
ington about 3:30 p. m.
TUSTH'S OLD STAND IS THE fr.Y PLACE
t) whero first-class second band . 'hlng can
bo sold at respoutable orlces, Addiv lor call
UESSlf AKIKO-MRS.B. A. POWER, AOENT
for tlio Rood Mado Scale: Instruction. 85:
ieral discount to clubs of throe or moro. 1018
bth t.t n w.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION QUESTIONS
and answers. Sond lOo to
S. W. FLYNN, At M.. Ivy Institute,
8 w corner 8th and K sts n w.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
A O.UIET AND ELEOANT HOTEL,
milE BELVEDERE. THE LOWEST PRICE
J llrst-clais houju In the elty, oor. I'a. uvo.
und 3d st. n. w., Washington, D. O. ROADI.bY
i; PAOE. ool7-ly
-H i:nit(lkT()WN CKIYKH
('I.AHSU.'AI, ANDrtCIUNTIFlO DEPARTMENT.
Classos will bo resumed In the LOiVER
SCHOOLS ou THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13;
and lu thd 8CIIOO1. OF PHILOSOPHY on
Thursday, Soptember 20.
KXAMINAAIONS FOR EN'll ANOE
will tako placo on Monday, September 10.
TEUMM-Duy scbolsrs, 850 yeailjr, payable
hall-jcuily in advance; half-boarders, SlOO;
boarders, $300. For lurtber particulars apply
to the president. ,UVKWa,01IABJ8t 8-J,
OltWOOO l.VMlTUTK-SELltOT SCHOOL
FOR Ulltm. Apply at 1 107 Muss. uvo..
Mr. nnd Mrs. W.D. OAIU'.LL. Principals,
Pupils tecelved at any time.
M'UO.NALII.KI.bl StllOOL, C0!l3Klt MASS,
avo nnd 17lh t, Wasuluglou, D. 0.
Second session, Fob. 1 1888,
Jllss Cutoheou's Kveulug Travel Class will
beglu Feb. 20, 1888.
Tho llrst lecture on American Literature by
Prof. Lincoln, Feb. 1 1, 1S88.
l'or Information address the prlnolpal,
M18S ANNA ELLIS.
SPENCERIAH BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Three entlro floors, National Bank of thu
RcDublln Building, corner 7th und I) sts. n.w.
liuvund eulllnK sessions. Young men util
Ifill limni,Q Tllfo frVT,, 1
.. I'laeo ouV ordeVs ft '" " ' "' ' woinoii lirootloallj ;tr nJ . IW so 1 UMwrt and
fcflV,Hr?i'SisT' ss"4ia sk. isysg
opl.,. cormoetlon. fnn i"!' ".,, . .. "W ' W.
:!..:; mi,Iiikli vear begins Monday, Sontem-
all Impurltic, in all Its forms anastuiros; 1 tcmbcrit. College opeus for arrangements m
and mierjviouuay, n.v -. -..... ,iu"-
lusiralud Hiinouueement; ,
llltNIlf ('. 81'JJNCKll, LL.B-, l'rlnol pal
lIIt3.8ARA A. Sl'ENtER. Vleo-Pilnllpu).
TjfCTS-lV,(l I,UN',',,I!U'S IH.OO" I'lL'-S CJlflti;
-.--. uii ii-imi iiici 111 an us lorms annsiuiros;
Btroiula. eozcuia una slilu diseases aunedllr
oured, Alioexeeliint for urinary and kldnay
diseases. J'reojl lornileutSfANDU'ORD'.
I liuuw;, um ouu t d, yv, UpOU Oil lllgnt,
WASHINGTON, D. 0
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Fire Esoapos.
TERMS-S3.00 and 81.00 Por Day.
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Nlnth St.,
NEW YOltK CITY.
JAMDH II. llltKSLIN, l'roprletor.
SIXTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE.,
L. WOODBURY, Proprietor.
WOOD AND COAL.
V. Baldwin Johnson,
Wholesale and Retail Deulcrtn
Wood etXLcL OoaX.
Complete Facilities, Bottom Prluos,
Full Wolgtit and Meaiuro
Wood aud Coal direct from tho forests and
mines by rult aud water, and free from slag,
tlaio aud other Impurities.
(JIVE ME A TRIAL.
Main Yard and onioo. 1101 R.I. vo.n. w.
Brunch " " nil A st. s.e,
Branch " ", 610 4l4st.ii. w, ,. ,
llranoh oftlco for ordors, oornerTentn and I sts.
Branch ofllco for orders, oornor 13th and M sts
All connected by telephone.
rilltV OUR BUTTKltlME, AT 20 CENTS TEH
.L pound, don't get strong or ranold; keens
bettor than butter; satisfaction assured (alt the
year round), or monoy refunded. Exclusive
control for Washington of thu goods wo sell.
Stalls 328. 32!) nnd 330-remember the num
bersCentra Market, adjoining (loldon's flsh
stalls. Open dally till 12:30; Saturday's, all
day. Also 401 a stn w., opeaall day.
Telephone, 013-2, or 00 5.
' WM. 0. SCRIBNER
JL 1110 O street n w.
Branch Oftlco, 1212 Pa. ave
Collars and Cuffs a specialty, at 20c. per dos;
Uoods called for und delivered at any part of
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AND
other securities without delay.
JAMES F, BROWN.
Real Kstato uud Loan Ilrokor,
1 100 v street northwest,
01 nn nnnTfT loan on real estate
thlUUlUUU In amounts to suit.
4 II, II. WARNER A CO.,
010 V stnw.
M0.1EY TO LOAM ON REAL ESTATE OR
llrst-elass securities ut lowest rates of In
terest. No delay where security ts good .
303 7th stnw.
M" 03KY TO I.OAIS ON IMPROVED CITY REAL
citato. MoLACHLAN & BATCHELDER,
1225 F st n W,
MKX ' TO LOllTlN SUMS TO SUIT.
Lowest rates. No delay.
1. II, SMITH A SON,
1222 F st n w.
l. R. BlLEY,
Corner Ninth apd Streets Northwest,
Is closing out all kinds of
At Very Reduced Rates.
E. G. DAVIS.
BLACK t DRESS t GOODS, t EMBROIDERIES,
719 Marked Space, Washington, D. C.
U. S. STAUffS WANTED.
Department Stumps, Match, Medicine and en
tire collections bought for cash. Cull on 0. II,
MUKEEL, at Wlllnrd'S Hotel, Satutilay, 21th,
Irom 2 to 5 p, m.
J. (SuooessorstoMeaill Wltherow),
PRINTERS AND STBREOTYI'EIIS,
1107 E street 11 w, Washington, D, 0,
0001) WORIC AT FAIR PRICES.
Burbour LawUulldlng 400 La, Ave,
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
Resldenou, No. 1218 11 st. Northwest.
'PEERLESS DYES SV.
Durnstlno Loan Oillco,
301 I'ollll. .Ivo .V. V
I Monoy louuud ou (lold und Sliver
I Wutolivs, Dltmonds, .luivulrr, I'lstols, (luns, Lit
1 les' and tluntlninxii's Wimiuu Apparel,
Old Uold und Qilvir bought,
Uniudeumed Pludgvs I'ocoa'Oj
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