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THE EVENING POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1888.
The Evening Post
(aud Wasiuxqtoh Cmiic.)
PUBLISHED EVEIIY EVENING.
WASHINQTON POST COMPANY.
Corner Tenth ami D Streets nnd renn, Ave.
WismNOTOM, D. C.
New SnniES, No. 87 CmtioSeuies, No. 0,311.
Single Copy 3 Cents
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Ily Halt, per mjnth, postago paid do Cents
By Mull, per year, postage paid.... SI GO
WASHINGTON. DECEMBER 1. 1883'
TVK WAST 1VA11.
The usually pcn.coful and til ways pious
Colonel S'.icpard of tho Now York Mail
and Kxpras is tho first Northern man to
declare) war on tho South anil begin tho
clanking of armor. In his paper of yes
terday ho grows blood-thirsty and issues
notice that tho North w 111 proceed at
onco to tlte South and dclugo tho land in
blood if tho Democrats mnko tho slight
est attempt to steal tho IIouso of Repre
sentatives or anything elso belonging to
tho Reoublicnn party. Tho Colonel is
wild nnd woolly, but we do not fenr him.
"Wc, of tho South, do not feir any
Ynukco on top of God's green onrth. No,
In tho good old days when wc stood
shoulder to shoulder ngalnst tho Nor
thern vandals there was no fear in our
hearts and no bread in our haversacks,
but tli ore wcro bullets In our gups and
loyalty to tho stars and bars in our le
gions, and we fought liko bravo men long
nnd well and went down only Ijcfpro such
odds ns, in tho ancient days of Greece nnd
Rome, made thoso who fell, heroes
whoso immortality was co-onUnate with,
tho gods. Let Colonel Shepard nnd his
bloody Northerner corao on; let tho
mudsills of tho North invade our soil;
let murder and rnpinonnd firo nnd swprd
devastate our fair fields and beautiful
homes but io will never surrender.
Wc aro mndo of sterner stuff, Our's
is the blood of nobles and warriors,
not of tho poor whlto trash of England,
-who sailed across the opcan in a tub and
tried to maku the Indians pay them
whnrfngo for JaudiDg on Plymouth
ltock. Wo do not foar tho iorlh. Wo
fear no man, and in reply to tho threat
ening querry which heads his cowardly
editorial, "Do you want war?'' wo an
Bwer, yes! a thousand times, yes. War
to tho knifel Blood) l)oodl Bloodl
Our rights aro our ownl Our property
is oursl Wo aro whlto people, Tho
negro is in his place only when he is
under our domination and wo will not
permit him to occupy any otherl
A. million Yankco soldiers can not
force us into dishonor and disgrace. Wo
nro the samo yestorday, to-day and for
ever, and as in the old times wo sang, so
Bins wo now:
As Ions as the Union
Was faithful to her trust,
Like friends, and like brothers,
Kind were wo and Just:
But when tho Northern treaohery
Attempts our rights to mar,
Thrco cheers for the bonnle blue fits,
That bears a single star.
For Southern rlchts hurrah:
rimrah for the bonnlo bluo flag,
That bear? a single star.
r. S. In tho above editorial we havo
merely tried to outline to Colonel Shep
ard tho kind of a hornet's nest ho is get
ting into, and unless ho wants to eat up
the profits of his paper In carrying on a
war of his own fomenting ho had better
back out early and not bankrupt tho
Christian example he has set up tho Mail
and Kxprtt) to represent.
IIaubison's election is having a bad
effect on "his native village.'' The tel
ler pf the Indianapolis First National
Bunk has skipped to Canada with $8,500,
Colonhl Sjir.rAnp of tho Now York
Mail and Eipicsi and Cpnsrefsraan
Oates of Alabama should form a com
bination and star the provinces as
"freaks." Tho utterances of tho two
men, as published in tho morning papers,
entitle them to first place.
Lo)iu Samsiiuiiy, of Kngland ha an
nounced himself as in favor of WP'unn's
Butlrago. Salisbury should bo elected
nn honorary member of Sorosls, and liayo
u motlier-hubbard made expressly fpr
It ! said Qneon Victoria has the lalo
Emperor Fiedrlck's diary and has it copy
righted. When it comes to turning an
houest penny Victoria has few superiors.
Thksbw fnst ttaln scrlco hetween
Wnshjugton nnd Philadelphia, just es
tablished by the Pennsylvania Itnllroad
C'ompnny,will provo a great boon to tho
business nyl traveling public Atten
tion is called to the schedule elsewhere
Two FjiKNCiiMBN fought a duel yestcr
div witii pistols, nnd neither was hurt.
Blackburn and Ruoker may now tako
JUtllp i:dtb was riqulW bj her mother to
assist hi household Jauor,nd it fell tq her Jot
to dust 'the 6ta)rs. When Xiustiuir day pawe
arottnd IMitb would mpaij, "Oh, how un
happy lam'" but after ehe hud completed
lu r tutu she jvquM chunso Jiei (upo and say,
"How happy I am I '' On the Vast rcciirrgnca
of tho dreaded day Kdllli vcnf about per
iiork without belns told Whi'ir &W had fin
Islied, lion over, Sho camo Intd tho slttjui;
room ultlinkod, troublpd face. f'Jlumran,"
she said, "I'so 'frd I'sc goln to dip. Do
(tot tb good Hint 1 iQVo to dust."
Oreut JljUerj J:ii)ulntil.
San JtoiicUco tall
' Why dq so uiau men part thg)r hulr on
the (eft side?"
Ik-cause," replied tho barber, blushing
bath u stray lock, "the) 'e been prought up
tolt 1 1 om Infancy A mo)bcr farlujr )ir boy
Bittiisuoiusiijgfigiuu iu iierrigut uund, aiul,
1' lidiiKoaHcrtotomb the liatr from"lcft"to
riht, t)ie parts It on the left. 'Jhoboy wheu
li grows up and N ublo to cdmp'liU own
hair, thiJ Iho purt ori that side, und follows
tho Mne mjrhed out by lila mother. T)iata
n hj tho majority of men pArt'ou the left."
Now vt 'i'rulriK to l'litlndolpjilu.
Iiegiuulng ou Monday tho )'enu8))vpta
Itallroail will put on two trains that will run
to I'lillndoljiliU lu 3 hours aud 10 minute;.
They will Icnie nt 8 u, in. and H.JO p, in.
Trains frora riillad'lphla will arrive here at
ll40u. in and 7.08 p m., muktug the ruu lu
tho sauio tlmo,
MEMORIES OF A CUN'DUQTUIt.
Showing How limy It I for l'nsscngois
to bu illstnkon.
"You have no idea of the annoyances
wo have to suffer from tho trnvcliuc pub
lic, especially from traveling salesmen.
Let me glvo you an instance of it."
Thus spoko a tall, full-boarded con
ductor, whose heart I had won by tho
gift of a two-for-llvo-conts Flora do
"As my train stopped ono day between
Eldtkubucn nnd Toscn, two traveling
salesmen entered n second-class compart
ment. They sat opposite each other,
and ono of tho two placed n pretty heavy
trunk upon the seat next tq him.
" 'Look hero,' says I, 'you'll Iiavo to
tako that trunk off tho scat,'
" 'No,' says ho, 'I will not tako it
" 'Well,' says I. 'we will sec. Will
you tako that trunk down; yes or no,'
" 'Hal lint' laughed ho; 'you aro jest
ing, my good man.'
" 'Nono of your familiarity,' says I,
angrily; 'I shall inform tho btggagc
master.' " 'All right; I don't care a rush,' re
plied tho passenger, and withdrew,
laughingly, toward the corner of tho
"As nt that very moment tho train be
gan tq move 1 had tq defer informing
ngalnst tho offender until tho next sta
tion. As soon as It was reached I
rushed into tho compartment, full of
rago, and asked;
'"Now, will you tako tho trunk
" 'Please do not bother mo 'with that
tvunk or 1 shall complain of you nt head
quartersl' roared tho passenger, In a
vqIco of thupder. I never mot w ith such
tmpudenco before, but ns tho train
stopped fpr a coupio of minutes only I
had again to wait till tho coming station.
There I informed the Mntion-mnstcr of
tho case. IIo entered the compartment,
'ftlr l,rt Ati,l,mlrir ta In ll,n rindll
pnd I lmyp to demand of you to remove
tho trunk or to leave tho train,'
" 'I shall neither take It down nor
leavo tho train,' answered tl;e passenger,
and as we wero ajready live minutes 1 nto
I had lust tlmo to wiro tho master nt tho
"I enjoyed in ndvanca tho sccno nt tho
next statqn. Upon our arrival the chief
of that station said to the passenger:
" 'I haq to ask you to leave this train
" 'Sir,' rojolncd tho now thoroughly
infuriated passenger: 'what do you want
of me? 1 havo paid for my ticket nnd
hnvo dono nothing roprehcnslblo what
ever, nnd yet this miserablo hireling has
not ceased to bother and insult me.'
"Oiling to this qunrrol tho train was
now ten minutes lato and tho fast ex
press close behind us.
" 'You'll havo to leave tho train if you
do not at once take tho tiunk down,'
shouted tho enraged chief.
" 'I shall do that under no circum
stances whatever,? screamed the passen
ger, whose frontal veins stood out llko
whipcord from his dark red forehead.
"At this juncture the head baggago
master entered tho car and, trying to
conciliato the warring elements, said, In
a soothing manner to tho passenger.
"'Hut why do you not tako the trunk
off the sent? Don't you seo that owing
to your stubbornness tho train is now
ten minutes late?'
' 'Rut why on earth should I tako this
trunk down? There's no power that can
compel mo to.'
"All thrco of tho railroad ofllcials
now approached tho passenger to elect
him, when the other pabsenger, who had
been un amused eye-witness to tnu quar
rel, said, quietly:
" 'But why should fie, liulrcdj bo com
pelled to take it down? It Is :my trunk
Mannclnc n Newspaper nt I.onc Itunce.
.V. r, Special to SI. ioulf pUpatch.
There lmvo becu shipped to Mr. Joseph
Tulltzcr of tho New York 11'orW, who Is
spending the winter la Paris under treatment
for his ejes, one of tho new graphophoncs or
talking Instruments, with several hundred
wax cjllnders, each of which will tako and
hold 1,000 words. A similar Instrument has
been placed In tho World ofilru here, In tho
room of Mr. G. W. Turner, tho World? busi
ness manager. Mr. Pulitzer, when he re
ceives his graphophones, will talk every day
Into It his Instructions as to tho business and
editorial policy of tho World. Tho cylinders
contalulnc these will bo taken out and mailed
to Now York, w hero Mr. Turner will place
them lu his Instrument aud hear Mr. Pulitzer's
voice as If addressing him directly. Mr.
Turner will reply In tho same way, and then
tho two gentlemen will converse oyer 4,000
miles of sea.
h'ot So Iludly llenten.
-V. Y. Trttum.
A Maloc man was belug " chaffed" In the
Filth Avenue Hotel the Other day by some ot
his friends becauso In the Stato election jast
September Ids party had telegraphed broadcast
that Its plurality was 20,000, while a few da) a
later (heir claim bad fallen to somo 2,000 less.
This, of course, wus the occasion pf the loud
cry ficnt uu hy their opponents that they had
gained a great victory.
1 lie ma
man from Maine, In oxplalnlni; tho op
position's victory in his elate, said that It re
inludtd hjni of a story about a man who was
Killed lu a railway accident. Uome one tele
uraphciTto his wife: "Fad news. Your hus
band was'kllled jii the accident to-day. Iloth
arms aud his head wcro severed from the
body," Iho next day, however, the following
nietsaco was sent: "Case not so bad as was
thought at first. Your husband w as killed and
bis head wajeeiered from his body, but only
one arm was taken oil."
A Notv ltobcrt insiiiore.
from Ox Cticugo Trltunt.
"Koger, joulook pale and worried. Won't
you till me what Is the tioublo r"
The joupe husband passed Jilt hand across
lis forehead it) a bewildered maimer. Then
recovering himself, be said;
"Caaalmerc, I but why should 1 distress
her? (jhowlljlearu of ft soon enoughl" An)
lie reiupseu inui ui lormer lueiauuioiy,
"Itoger," f xclalmid his wife, "do jou sup
pose I am utterly ignorant of the cause of your
suilerlug J I)o you think I have been bllud to
thoetrugcle that la going on In your inludt"
A diL.pgioaii bin st from his jlps.
'Ut Is useless to try to conceal It from jou
any" lduger! Caenlracro," )io continued,
h6arsc)y, as bo grasped her hands with a
fcvtrhti, comulslvo clutch, "I fee that I can
mi longer bellcio our) thing II6) Ingcrsoll
Tho KIToct of Tobacco.
Jftio I'ori ittdkat Journal,
When I'.uroueaiib first visited New Zealand
they found in the n.itivo Maoris the most
flucly developed poweffiA men of any of tho
tribes Inhabiting the Islands of the Pacific.
Slnco Ihe Introduction of tobacco, for which
the Maoris developed a pas)onalo llkntr,
Iioy)4Yu from this cause alone, t I" said,
become decimated lu nufnbvrs, find at the
same time feducei) In ststuro u'nd )n physical
well-being, o as to bo au altogether Inferior
A Col.l ny J'.lthnr IVuy,
nilaJttiilua HHonU '
yirst Uitis)an Subject- In a WCnf railroad
accident the CVar's dog was ilct), but the
LVar escaped Bbal yto look gfaij or sorr) In
Now Uprlsht Ornnds, id liiiyincnl
F. 0, burnt, lSil Vefip)vJfilS'Jvepuo.
l'urlor Curs to I'lillildlilphln
on llip B. oV 0, J.IiultLiJ Kxpiess trains
Quicker lime thuu yia auy othtrjlue.
fiOlOUU OUWJCCt if WfllOOK L'IRU fllO pOIICO
will say It fs becauso flio CVarVfayorlto doc l
killed; if we look eonythej- wlirSy it Is ho
CHU8B It Was thn ilnr. nnil ftViL thft C.ZAftliai was
way we are liw. Bee jou
What Ilrltlshor Sny or Our Nowstmpors
ii ii it Newspaper Men
London Ltlltr In X Y. World.
T);cy say that whllo wo hapdlo hews
In n better nnd moro sprightly way, that
our reports aro often disfigured with
slang, nnd that this fault runs throughout
tho best nowspapcrs in tho United States.
English writers exclaim against pointless
and useless slang. Good English news
paper men who admire our newspapers
lmvo often said to mo that then cannot seo
how slang adds anything to tho brightness
of our reports. An English critic made a
great point tho other day In analyzing
some of tho productions of tho machine
llko methods of some of our alleged hu
morists. "Now," said ho, "I think I
appreciate your real humorist as much as
anybody, but whero is tho fun or tho
point in such expressions ns 'heavy and
warty old past,' or in 'monkeying with
nn Idea,' or in tho taking up of an nbsurd
subject for n pointless iirndo of common
place slang nnd vulgarity In tho nnmo of
"This counterfeit humor, noted only
for Its idiotic extravagance of slang, con
stitutes in my mind to-day a most serious
blemish In our American nowsnaners.
It detracts from their real dignity nnd
chnrncter. I for ono am ns fond of fun
ns nny ono. I appreciate thoroughly
your great humorist, Artemus want, i
am a tiovotctl reader of JIark Twain. I
llko the innocent drollery of Bill Nye.
Tho wonderful stories of tho Detroit
Fret 1'ra' fupny mop aro my spe
cial dcllcht, but I itbnminato nnd
desplso their fccblo Imitators, whoso em
anations to-day occupy so much space in
your nowspapcrs. It is tho coarseness,
the vulgailty and slang qf theo men,
wholly unredeemed by brightness of
Idea, which more, than anytijng clso do
hacts from tho dignity pf the grpat
American nowspapcrs thatto-ijay occupy
a front rank so far as energy, resources
nnd cntorpriso in gathering nows pf iho
world aro concerned."
Creed nnd Conduct.
I'ooplo nulctly tako for granted that a creed
is borachow the efficient caliso ot all tho con
duct which It Is supposd to sanction. Wo nro
content to say that Mohamcdans are temperate
becauso their rcllclou forbids wine, or that all
Christians halo war because tholr religion
orders them to turn the sepond chcok.
Granting tho facts, I could accept the state
ment In a scuso. The Individual Mohammedan
or Christian, wo may fairly say, ictS In a given
Way bccauo bo believes u bis creed. Hut
when wo infer that Mohammedanism or Chris
tianity Is tho ultimate cause ot temperance or
goodwill to mankind, we aro cither Illogical
or tacitly assuming that the origin of the
creed Is supernatural,
The )ow Is Intelligible Just so long as It Is
possible to bcllovo fn a supernatural fcyula
tlou; so long, that Is, as wo can regard tho
couduct as determined by tho Intrusion from
without of an entirely new piece ot knowl
edge, and not by the development from within
of certain modes of thought and fccllug. The
doctrlno )s coherent (hat Is so lougns L'aloy's
principle) Is ndmlsslblo.
If a kuow ledge of hell Is our soip motive for
avoiding tco, nnd that Knowledge was' some
how dropped into tljo world from the ekles,
tho theory will hold water. Jlut I must ask
before I admit this: What made hell f Was It
not an inference Instead of a postulate ? noes
It not represent the kind of a plcturo wherein
people made for themselves of what was
lllioly or desirable especially forthclrcpemlcs
tho sort of place to which an unbeliever
would naturally go ? If so, did ft not rest
upon a sentiment which existed Independ
ently, and which must therefore eurvlvp tho
Imagery which It generated.
tVlutt IIo Und lu His Ciirpet-llac.
"I was the only passenger one day last
summer, with a Holdcrbcrg farmer," a gctlo
tnan said to a Journal rambler jesterday,
I'on the Knowerevlllc local train and I think
I acho jet with laughter. The farmer was an
unusually bucolic looking fellow, with four
eara mud on his heavy boots. Wo badu't e-ot
far out ot Knowersilllo excuse mo.Allajnont
when JJaecacemnn McChcsney (inrst Into
tho car and stalked up to the farmer with an
oxprcstion on bis face that might havo betok
ened anger curiosity, or sorrow. I afterwards
found out that It Involved all three. IIo said:
"Say. what In have you got fn that
carpet-bag of yourst" The coiiDtrj man shrank
back In his scat, with a half-grlcved halt-fearful
expression over his good natured face.
I I w til I only got a a a coupio o'
(hunks In ft. It transpired t)iat ho had caught
two skunks, and decided that the best way to
get them luto the city was to put them In his
carpet-bag and check It to Albany. Of course
as it was cnccKcu,.Mac,couiun'i mrow it on so
he tied itbva string between the cars
and left It there to bump along over tho tics
and air Itself."
Genorul Ilarrlsun's Couipfulnt,
A", y. 'fritwiX'
General Harrison complajns bitterly ot bis
Inabilty to remember (he names of peoplo
w horn ho meets who aio not intimate acquaint
ances. Tho handsome junior Senator from
this State his similar cause for regret, for
according to tho testimony of a largo number
of his friends;' he has ubout as poor a memory
tor names und faces as tho I'eesldent-elect.
Said ouowell known local politician tho other
daj: "I have been lutrodneed to Senator
Illscock six times within tbrpo months, and
let wbenl mtthm pu fip street tp-day ho
looked as though bo thought he ought to
know me, but was not sure of It. I know
that it Is uot from any fu'dllTcrcnce that ho
acts this way, It Is simply a poor memory. A
friend ot mine has talked with Mr. Illscock a
dozen times, yrt wheu thoy met up at tho
Saratoga Couventlou, the Senator had forgot
ten hint cptlrcly, In this respect Mr. Illscock
differs widely from ChaunceyM. Pcpow, who
has a marvellous memory for names, faces and
over) fblpg elso."
Ilntr of Thin is Truo.
KnglUhtwn In A'. Y. WoilJ.
The American lady, without doubt, Is tho
best dressed woman In tboiQrl'J. Why it
should be I know not, but tho fact remains.
See her in Hydol'ark; she Is distinguished at
onco. Something seml-Kronch In tho appear
ance and mako of her gonn; something
wio)y French In her gloves, bonnet and
boots; and jet, In spte ol this, nothing French
in the woman, but unmistakably American.
Nothing loud ubout ficr but her voice, which
gratos unpleasantly on the cars f the sensi
tive KnglHhman, accustomed to tho modu
lated tones of the well-bred Englishwoman.
She Is very like the peacock, beautiful In her
plumage, but horribly discordant wheu she
speaks. Wfjat wpuld undoubtedly bo taken
for absolute vulgarity In an English girl Is
looked ovcrfu an American. "That delight
ful nlnuaiiev. votl know." so charaeturistlR In
I the Yankco girl It but Ill-dlsgulscd bad breed-
a. . -
It kills pain, wo efer to Sanation Oil, tho
greatest cure ou earf h for pain. Price 25 cts.
A quarter pf a dollar will purchase any
wheie a tittle pf l)r. lull's Cpugh Syrup.
M1RU8TEKV SALE OK THE BRICK IJQU8K
X KU.MiiiiUKU an. ii jjjtw .irituUK AVI
MIK N. W WITII
LOT AND APPIIR-
Byilrtueof a deed of trust, recorded In liber
No. SOJ, folio 102, ct fr , of tho Lund Ri'e'onls
(t tnu District pf Columbia, and at tho request
of the ircrsuii thereby seourod, 1 will sell nt
pilbllg miction, in front of tho pretn!ei. on Fill
l)AY,Di:CEMBKR7.A.D. 18bM.AT 1 O'CLOCK
P. if., parts of lots ll and C, lu E. Cariul's
subdivision of 'ot number sovnn (7). In squaro
number tfvo hundred nnd hlty nino(B30), In tho
c)ty pf asfilncton I), U , the said parts of said
lots holm' contiguous, und making together u
lot fronting upon New Jersey aviiuio north
west, butwreirK nnd L Sireots, seventeen feet
ono and one-third palms, nnd runnlmf buck wllh
thai-width ubout lfjd feet (o tin alley eighteen
feet In wldtli Tho lor Is Improved by a brick
Imii.n.tf 11 rimmH' lina mrilli.rn ImTmwunicn,.
and U In (food h pair. '
Terms PI saie; i;ur'iiuru caso, Daioueelu two
niiiei o' eaiial uinount lu si v and tweli e mouths,
wllhlntorestutslx percent per iinuuiii, pa)
able seipf uniiually. see uro'l uiioii the prouorty,
orallonsli. ut thn option of the purefiasir. A
deposit of $200 will beruiiulrodatthutlme of
safe; all innvoynntlu; and recording ut thn
purchaser's cost, Terms ot lie t boeompllod
with jntoir days.
ISAAC IJENRY FORD, TruslDO,
327 MI6oarl Avenue.
WALTER B. WILLIAMS CO.,
tfrtSafcSIXTll !MIKSIITKHIAN CHttllClI,
WNffiT corner Olh nnd t southwest - Atl) do,
Sunday school, nt 1 1, Communion or tho Lord's
Supper nnd accession of now members: nt (I 30,
YnuiiR Peoplo's Meeting; ut 7 .1(1 proieii ni hy
tho pastor (Dr. lleMhey on Seonos In tho LIfo
l iloses. Illustrated wl'h jnriiii pitltnlllustra
lions on "lnos found In tho Nile:" "Moses
Looklnjnt the Horning Rush," nnd "Move-sllo-foro
r'lantoh, you nro cordially Imltcd.S
tfrCfefcNOTicfi ok stockiioldi:hs'muet
iyiSSa N(i Tho iilinunl meeting of tho
Stockholders of Tho Columbia 'lllo Insurance
Coimuiny ot tlio District of t'nluinnln, for tho
olcolloti of nine tnntoos for tho en'illng year,
will bo held ut tho ofllcoof tho loinpnny. No.
Ron nth street northwott, on MONDAY, tho
17th day or December, 1H88. Polls opou Irom
a to t o'clock p.m. Hooks for transfer of stock
will bo closed on December 7, 18S8.
J. 11. COUOHIAN.
Wr?a, rmVATT. LESSON'S IN ALL KUI1
WOSrJccts. strictly confidential. Horn! for
8 W FLYNN, A. M , Ivy Institute,
Southwest corner 8th nnd K sts. n. w.
vj5j,LAI)1HST LADIES I LADIES I
VJCSr Jtrs.McCnlTi.rly Is tho only hat and
bonnet frame manufacturer In tho city. Call
nnd seo her now shapes. Blenching and press
ing. Straw nnd Felt Hats nlterod to tho latest
stylos. Orders promptly ntunded lo.
' ' loo!) (I street n. w.
jfegf.MOORE & SCHLEY,
BANKERS AND BROKER?,
20 BROAD STREET, NEW YOnK.
MEMBERS OF THE NEW YORK STOCK EX
CHANGE. private winn connections with con-
Correspondents In Washington,
COHSON & MAOAUTNI5Y,
Cheaper than ovor.
Examine our extonslv? stock boforo purchasing
UAYWAUD & HUTCHINSON,
121 t)th St.
ttGPl'HIUl' T. HAI.Ti,
WC2r U03 Ij" street n.w-
Makes a specialty of custom mndo shirts, so
placo your order with him at onco.
OlIOOAN'S INSTALLMENT HOUSE.
Iiiivmz romovcu to my riow storo,
T.'lll ntnl-ril Nnimith t. . w..
I am prepared to sell ohcapor thin any other
trodlt lioiiso In tho city. Our stock of Os.lt
IM'.IS. OILCLOTHS, ' MATTINOS, HUOS,
HKATINd AND COOKING hTOVRS, I'VHLOH.
1IEUIIOOM. DININd-UOOM AND KITCHEN
FUIiNITUni: Is comploto, and will be sold on
Credit chcapor than they can bo sold olsowhcre
for cash. Come and see us nnd you will bo sat
isfied that f
UUOOAN'S, 7311 and 7 II 7th st. n. W.,
IS THE PLACE TO DEAL.
All Carpets bought from u we will mako and
lay on tho floor frco of cost.
TfcGSSfcNr.W MUStC fc.TOItE.-ALL KINDS OF
We2i. sheet Mino mid Jluslo Hooks: nil tho
r.o nnd 100 inuslo published. IIENltY WllITK,
003 7tlj st. n w, opjiosltu Patent Ofllco.
JOHN WAltD, ntEACnKH.
THE OWL'S NEST, by Wlstor.
HAYMOND KEItSIIAW. by Cox.
THE STORY OF AN AFRICAN rAItJf.
YV. II. JtOItniSON,
3031 F STREET NORTHWEST.
CHOICE WESTERN CUT AND LONCI HAY.
Constantly on Hand at tho Lowest Market
II. p. COCHRAN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HARNESS,
1317 FOURTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
YfCa,THE WASHINGTON AUCHITECTU
KfrgT RAL IRON AND BRIDGE WORKS.
WORKS, Corner of Wator nnd 32d Streets,
Washington, D. C. TolephoneCall, 12S3.
Roofs, Urldges, Turn-Tublos. etc. Rolled Iron
and Steel Beams, Channels, Angles, cto. Cast
ings of every description. Ornamental cast and
WroughHron Work n Sdeclnlty. Plans. Estl
mates RiiO-tltraln-Sheots prumptly furnished on
application. Special facilities for Heavy Cast
ings. Capacity of w orks, 3 ooo tons per annum.
r EDWARD L. DENT. M. E ,
Owner ana General Manager.
0--5a,J01N A CLUB NOW AND SAVE THE
VCSr" retailer's profits. CHRISTMAS IS
COMING AND YOU WILL WANT A WATCH.
Wo offer great reductions tn prices of TINE
GOLD WATCHES, CHAINS, DIAMONDS AND
JEWKLRY JOIN A CLUB NOW and you will
nave yuur aiuiii: iiiii this iiui.iuai!,
Call at our oulce, 315 7th St. n. w., or send
postal and our agents will call on you with a
lino ot sumplcs.
ABRAHAM L. SALTZbTEIN, Jr .
Manager of The Now Yoi k Watch Club Co.,
015 7th st. n. w., bet. E and V sts.
WjpiFOR P00D-1TTTING OARMENTS
Corner Gth arid 0 sts nw.. ,.,
Under Nutlonal Jlotok
xjja. LAMAR & ZACHRY,
S. K. PHILLIPS, ATrORNEYS.
oc22-l bun Building. 1315 Fstrec
tJK3HAVINO INCREASED FACILITIES
V2i. for th manufactory nnd dclhory of
Confectionery, Foreign mid Domoitlo Fruits,
etc., ord ors will be delivered promptly. Per
sons wishing orders for Ico Cioams, Custards,
Iti'S, Charlottes, etc., for bunday will Please
leuie their orders as (nrly Saturday as con
veulcut. GEORGE W. WIJIDMAN,
30J Pa avo. n.o.
S OF GOOD BREAD SHOULD
The best flou fu the world.
C. W. CISSELL CO.,
IToprletors of tho Original RoJIer Mills,
Georgetown, D, C.
HKZ Iron ahd Timber Lands.
A. E. RANI) LE begs lo call tho special atten
tion of persons desiring to uequlro such prop
erty tn largo Or small traits lit tho very lowest
prices. Full particulars on application. Ad
dress 303 7th st., n. w., Washington, D. 0.
JtffcCOALl COAL I
fiS2? LOW PRICES THIS MONTH.
Place jour orders with
b. C. CAHTEII, lOl'II AND 1) STREETS, S. W,
BRANCH YARD: 4113 K Btreot, S. W.
tflSkG0 '10 MltS MENOERT'S, 41!) Ol'H
ai Btreot northwest, for the eclubrated
Coluinblu Full-wulght Woolen Yurns. btump
In: done. All materials for needlework.
WtCJakLADIES CAN HAVE THEIR FELT
A hats pressed In Iho new Full stylos.
Don't forget number. Whiting's Oloaohlnz aud
Millinery Establishment, bis Tenth stroot
thSSPAINTlnS-WM.S.SI'AIJ)ING & CO.,
It-WISr d'J'J 12th st. n. w., near F st.
Estimates Furnished For AH Kinds of Work.
JOUIJING AN) GLAZING,
YJrCJa,W. 0. MBTZKRO'It" CO, MUSiq
li Dealers lmvo r- moved from I'ennsxl
anla avenue to I heir nuw building, lllOFstu
W, threo (looiji west of W 11 lies & Sorjs.
Oldest and moHoxlensly no piulo estahllshinont
luthoolty, "- '
y-& Heini indlspcnsnhlo lo comMrt and
lionitli tliqvlltunl Iho world visit I)l. WHU'E'S
CTtahllhuient, 1 1 0 fentikj Ivanlu n pnuo, oppo
site! WIHard's,, I lot. i, for the utiices-ful tr.-tie-mentol
nil dlnaej of Iho ftet. Dr. Whlto's
twenty-iiliiji consccntlvo jeiir of practice hi
Wushlnutoh, I. V. Fee, Sin silting for puttlna
the leei In orflur,
r'nS5s.l,Vi,lu-N'1',:'S BLOOD TILLS CtJllIJ
"CIS. ull Inipiirltles In ull Us lorms nnnstiigos;
rcyorulu. ecsruia and skip diseases speoillly
cured. Alsouxnelltnl for urinary unci klilnny
ill-enicw, Prleofl to! .IIgnt8TANI)II'0)',S
Phnrinaoy, )lli and F n, w Open all idght,
Having rooentiy fitted apa
11 couuKtlpu wlni my PATENT VROOfiSS, I
T' am 1 1 t'pai d tu f urulsli
ILLU3'rjA.TI0M At' NEW YORK PRICES
FljS&itui, blDh on Wood for the Trade.
' 41 ).JuvWtllMleBtri. W.
WANTED-BY A YOt'NO I.ADY, A l'OSI
lion nn conyl't. nmanuensls or prlvto
decrctnry; rertrciuo'i exchanged. Address A,
ll UJil u street northwest
WANTKH-ltY A ItESl'KOTAllf K COkOltED
womnnaplacoas oxperlomcd ntimo or
olnmhi rmald; good rcfcrcnecs Appll loll) I
tTTASTFIl r.VI'TlYHOnY TO KNOW THAT
V Itlco's Steam Clennlntt Work", IHO Maluo
avo s w, olenn ornets, renovates
ittenmi mattreses nuil rrmnkc'i them: also, tar
nltiirn steamed lu tho host manner nnd at low
WATHU IT KNOWN THAT O. 8. I1UNDY
of 158 I.a avo, opp City Hall, ll rommlj
slonor of Deeds for all the Htatos and Terri
WAMI.Il-OI.D QOI.D AND SII.VKIt
bought tor cash byWM. Fllir.DKIllClI,
tho manufncturlng Jeweler, 003 7th st. opp pat
rmn iikwt wei.t.
V story front mom: boat nnd pai: In prlinto
family! SIO per month.
1U 17ih street north-
I.IOn HENT-NICKfA' rUKNISIIRI) nOOMS,
IJ ensinto or slneloj location central! come-
nlcnt to tho hotels nud Departments, 720 311th
FOH SALE AND RENT.
IDEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
TIIOS. K. WAOOAMAN, 017 F Street.
Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays.
THREE STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
1207 O st, n w, b h. m I, 10 r $8,000
na.i i mi avo n w, u ii. ins t.ituKi
1111) 20th Kthw, bli. ml.Srit 7.000
N Cap und I sts n w. b h, m I, I) rs (1,000
1208 r,th st n w, 1) h, m 1, 1) rs 3,300
8i)3 otli stn si, ii Ii. m I.Hrs 1,500
IDICstno, bh. mi, 12 rs 'l,30(i
i:l8to4i'jlstn w. fh.n rs d.noo
22ll,22i:i7thstn w, bli.o rs ,. 4 000
ll2 20lhstn w, l)h, drt 1,500
TWOSrORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
010 to 010 Md avo s w, b Ii, I rs $18,000
11 1 1 mid 1110 O'h st s W, 7 rs, nnd qno
f li In roar 0,000
dOOand 1118 11th st s w, b ll, m I.Ors.... 3,000
2.211 nnd 222 13J(i st S w, f h. 3 rs 4.300
U13 1st st s w, t h, 5ns und ll houses rear ti.oiMl
2311)4 and 211 V-M st s w, f h. 1 rs 2.2(H)
10 1 and 400 S Cap sts W, fh.llr 2,000
000 alley bet a and 11, 0th and IDth Ms
sw,fh,7 rs 1,100
Alley bet lHamlOth, 11 nnd I xts n w, f h,
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Kst, bet 10th nnd 17th iw 8100
Lst, bet 10th und 20th sts nw 2 00
l'anvo, bet Oth and 7th sts So 2 on
lHthst. bctLulid Mstsn w 1 30
list, bet i)d and 1th so , 123
N Jae. bet (J und Rstsn w 1 00
M st, bet IU nnd Otli s w 3(M
Est. bet 2 ith nnd 23th ll w Vila
lstst, bet O und f w ,..10o
HOUSES FOR HENT.
rwistnw, Hrs $10 00
3d HoorHll Market Space, 4r 00 00
miMdaiesw, 11 rs 3d 0(1
301) A st no. Drs 30 00
1017 Rst n W, I) rs 23 00
Tonloytown road, 8 rs 23 00
lnioPntn w,3rs 23 IK)
1117Mdaosw,7rs 22 30
1102Wbtll w.o rs 20 00
1701 Udystnw.Ors 20 00
3017th st no, 7 rs 2(1 00
!!120Vaavon w,7rs IS 70
225Ustno.O rs....'. 10 00
ll)1117thstnw, Ors 10 00
85 list nc,0 rs 13 00
30Myrtlostne.Ors.. , 33 (10
(111 Goat alloy n w, 1 rs 10 00
1 tn (l O'Brien's Court n w, Irs 10 00
ooo 13th st no, 5rs , ono
111 Chew's alloy n W, 4 rs 0 00
HEAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safe as U. S. bonds: Opcr cent., pivahlo nunr
tcrly; In sums $100 to $1,000; small premium
In sums tp suit at 0 per cent.
Tho nboi o Is only a portion of the property on
my books. For full list call nt pfllco for bulletin
issued on tho lst and lDtli.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR KENT-010 II STREET NORTHWEST,
4-story brick, 11 rooms; modern eonveul
enecs; good order. Apply to
CHARLES O. DUNCAN80N,
pth und D Btrectau,orUwest.
TjlQH JtENT-UNFURNISHED. r)t
1211Fstnw, 23 rs $230 00
1310 F stnw, 13 rs 200 00
l lot) Mass avo nw, 15 rs Kid 07
1 128 Mass avo, 14 rs 130 00
1730 Mass avo, 17 rs 123 00
Pstnw,12rs.... 123 00
1125 10th stnw, 15 rs 115 00
nil 1 21st nw, 10 rs , 100 00
132.ii, stnw. 11 rs 100(10
1724 Conn ave.llrs... , 100 00
170JPaavon w, 10 rs 1)107
1314 Copnave, 1(1 rs 87 50
131 1 Conn ai o.lO rs 87 50
17231st nw, i3rs 83 3.1
lltli stn w. near G, 15 rs HJ 3J
1(100 But i w, warehouse 80 00
1701 Conn ae, llrs 73 (HI
817 12th stn w, 11 rs.,
aiisu o st n w, i i rs
1327 otn w, lira .,. .
ir,io 20th st u w, 10 rs.
uij it nn w, iv rs..
101 IBUi stnw. lOrs 03 00
1113 Nst ll w, llrs 03 00
2012 Hlller Place, I) rs , 00 00
2U11 Hlllj erl'laeo, 10 r on Oil
8J1 12th stnw, storo nnd dwg 10 00
1 1 18 N stjiw. 10 rs 53 01)
170!) M ktu w.ors 53 ou
220 N J avo so, Ors GOOD
13113uthstn w, 17 rs ROOD
211(llthstnw, 10 rs. 43 00
1301 Hst n w, Drs.. 45 00
21111tnstniv, 10 rs U 07
2120 1 1th stnw, 10 rs -ll (17
1110 13th stnw, 10 rs lo 00
50.' Maple aye, Le Droit Park, 7rs..i... 40 00
not Maple ne, Le Droit Park, 7 rs
1370Bstsw, llrs ; '.
1213 7tiibtuw, 0 rs
13J120thstn w, 7 rs
I32l20tnstn w. 8r
1307 Caroline st 0 ra 23 00
mill i.gt n w, rs ,, ,, ju in
2t)t lststsw.o rs 13 oo
220 1st StS W, Ors 15 00
The abovo houses can bo examined bv oormlt
from our office only. '
THOMAS J. FISHER JO CO.,
T.10R RESI-HOUSEb. ""
ii 3011 N stnw, llrs. ml SIO 00
3132 p stnw, 7 rs, ml 1 T23 oo
iH2(i;jJU8t ,u rs. ml. 20 no
iifoi w l u w, u r, mi..,,.
1J10 and 1 101 20th st, 7 rs, m
bill 11 113.
12(10 32(1 stn W
321(1 M stn w
3210 M st n w, storo and lints,,
2 Masonlo Hall alloy.. ..'. to 00
V. 11. F1CKLING. 1201 U2d st n w.
I A VI ST S7.B00 IN SMALL BRICK HOUSES,
L well routed; sure to pay jou 8730 per year;
inaypuy you 31,110 per year. Audreia E. S.
COLLAMEH. 2 101 Pa nVo n w.
FOR bALH-AT MOUNT PLEASANT-SEV-cral
well located eottauos mid nlcq build
lug lots; also, on I lti street .Jxtopdecl, 3 acres
beautifully located, and 3 acres uoar Drlrfht
ood, Improved by7 room fcultauo, .to
U'ATll-l, lfllrM 1IVDI W.f
Fiji: saj,k-a njimiii'.r of small houses,
0 lo 8 looms, Wlfh jnod Imps; lor wila ou
easy terms. ' fJi:r.w r.iNKlNS,
Corner IDth ami II sts.
llOOObtn w, Ors, ml 335 00
7l2 2ildstn w, sliuo and dwelling...... 30 00
Oil 12th st n o, 5 rs and stable, lurcg
iriouuds 20 00
'JfFetituiiBtno. 5rs 11 30
43i) Armory st s W. 4 is 8 oo
13J Armory st k w. 1 rs b 00
OAYWOOD & OAltRElT.
CIAS. Ill OAYWOOD,
i Biisiimuiit 1)10 P street n w.
I' 2000 (j stn w. pi ors, now...,,,. s7,5oo
:it21(st bh.Drs....' 7.000
331 1 Prospect ave. b h, 10 rs,,,,,, 7,0' 10
1237 OOthSt, ll 11, 11 rs 1 3,1100
lilO.'Ullthst Ills 3,1101)
3100 Nst, bh, 10 rs 3.1)01)
3312Pst,bh Ors 2,500
limiistlikt. rh,7 rs 2,noo
U !l.l Prospeot st, b h, 10 rs 3 0(10
The iibovols only n portion of tho proporty ou
my books. Cull fur llt.
O. II. FU'KI.IXG. 1201 .IJil stn w.
RIDER & ADDISON,
Wholesale and Relull Doalursln
PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
311 Kl,-litli Nt. N. W., neiii- Pit Avo.
Ordursor requests lni nuotatlous imi!ii t,i.
ion.. I uttuntiiii, und satisluulloii guaiaiiteediu
FOR SALE LOTS
jot nnd oottAirns In Knklmrtnn for sale, rlats
of this subdivision, h-lns tho llrst uddltlon over
mud" lo Iho city of WiuhlnRlon, nro now ready
for distribution. Several attractive cottages
mid n number of the cholcot lots will bo sold to
portions who will Improve tho siniu. It Is tho
purposo or tho pr iprletor lo mnko this tho most
attractlro subdlvlilnn about Waihlngtou Tho
streets nre oxnet nitcnslons of thine of tho city,
nnd oory modern conienlcuca will boprovldod.
An abundant water supph, perfect s)S
tern ot Sewerage, Ine'imh scent elcetrlo
lights and an oleutrlo railway havchoen pro
vldod. Ten thousand feet of curb hao
been contracted for, nnd the lnvlng of curb
and pavemonts will bo commenced In a few
(lii)s. Cottages will he orcctcd for purchasers
If doslrcd. Kor pints, npnly nt the ofllco of
(lEOltfli: TlttlESDELt,, 003 Hole' th st. n, W.,
or nt Third nnd T sts. n.c., In r.cklncton.
To seo tho property, tako the Eleotrlo llallwnv,
nt Now York avenue and Seventh street north
wost.', 17011 SALK 1 FINK LOTS ON CHAI'IN ST,
D 00x150 oaoh; ono on 13th st, near Colum
bia load; nohole building site, 50x1 15.
BENJ. F.DAVIS. 1310 rst.
JTIOIinVKSTMUr-117,000 SQUARE FEET
JJ onTonnosseo nvo, nt 11th stn o, sower and
water, 17Mo, worth 23o.
Half srjiiaro n e, all shallow lots, high ground,
on grade, ill.oooso. ft, only loo. .
Nicollttle lot 20x80, n o. on good stroot, only
choice lot on N st n w, 23x07 to wldo nlloy,
near Scott clrolo, only $2.15.
Elegant stablo lot, Dupont Clrolo, fronts two
(30x13 feet) paved alloys; water, sewer, cas,
All of nbovo terms to suit. Also lots Just
across Boundary on small monthly piymouts.
Plenty otner bargains. WJI, T. OKIE,
Room 1 10J1 e stnw.
MT. VKKMW SKHIJiAItT.llOO, 1101, 1100,
1110 M street and 1128 Elovonth street.
Boarding and Day School for young ladles and
llttlo girls. , ....,
Fourteenth year opens odnosday, October 3,
for reception of boarding pupils: Thursday,
ootohorl, for rccoptlon of diiy pupils.
MRS. E.J. bOMEItS. Principal.
rplIE UEItLITZ hCIIOOL OFLASOUACH.S.
TERMS BEGIN NOW.
723 14TII ST. N. W.
M1SN mi.t'11'S CIVIL SERVICE INSTITUTE
AND BUSINESS bCHOOL, 1207 10th st n
w. Open all Iho year. Pupils proparcd for all
(Established 1780 1
CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT.
Classos will bo resumed In tho LOWER
SCHOOLS on THURSDAY, 8KITEMBRH JO:
ond In the SCHOOL OF PHILOSOPHY ou
EXAMINAAIONS FOR ENTRANCE
will lako place on Monday, heptombor 10.
TERJIS-Day (scholars, 850 yearly, payable
hall-ycaily In advance: half-boarders, $10(1;
boarders, $300 For further particulars apply
to tho president. UAVENS mclIAKDgi s. j
NORWOOD ISSTITUTK SELECT SCHOOL
TOR GIH1.S. Apply at 1407 Mass. avo.,
Mr. and Mrs. W. 1). CAflliLU Principals.
Pupils received at auy tlmo.
Tr.r'UOS Aldf-ll.l.IS' MII100L, COUSF.lt MASS.
1X ayo and 17th st, Washington, D. 0.
Second sesslqu, Feb. 1 18SS.
Miss Cutoheon's Evening Travol Class will
begin Feb. 20, 1888.
Tho llrst lecturo on American Lltoraturo by
Prof. Lincoln, Feb. 11, 1888.
For Information address tho principal,
MISS ANNA ELLIS.
Throo ontlro floors. National Bank of tho
Republlo Building, corner 7th nnd U sts. n. w.
Day and evening sessions. Young won and
w omen practically trained for self support, and
useful lives. Fll a courses Tho Practical tlusl
ness Conrso, Stenography, Typo-Wrltlng and
(Iraphophone, Pltnmn Shorthand, Practical
English Branches, Dolsarto School of Expres
sion, butiolastlo year begins Monday, Septem
tombcr 3. College opens for arrangements on
nnd alter Mommy, August 27. Sendfor newll
HENRi" O. SPENCER, LL.B-, Principal. .
MRS. bAHA A. SPENCER. Vice Prlnolpal.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
YV WASHINGTON, D. C.
Ol O, bTAPLES, lato of Thousand 1st. Houso,
1 101 N. Y. AVE., COR. 14TII ST.
Permanent and transient guests accommodated.
Cars to all parts of tho city pass the door.
MRS. M. J. COLLEY, Proprietress.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
ROOMS EN SUITE AND SINGLE.
During tho past summer a now addition has
been erected containing tho post luxurious res
taurant rooms la tho city.
no20 On) Til. FELTER.I'rop.
JL A (JUIET AND ELEGANT HOTEL.
THE BELVEDERE, THE LOWEST PRICE
first class house In tho city, cor. Pu. avo.
and 3d st, n. w.. Washington, D- O. HOADLLY
&, PAGE. ool7-iy
WASHINGTON, p. 0
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Flro Escapes.
TERMS-S3.00 BUdSl 00 Per Day.
(jf EUROPEAN PLAN,
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St.,
NEW YORK CITY.
.IAMKS II. HltKSHN. Proprietor.
SIXTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE.,
L. WOODHURY, Proprietor,
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE AND
other securities without delay.
JAMES F. BROWN,
Real Estate and Loan Broker,
11 Ull F street northwest.
cinn nnn-"o JN on "km, EbrATi:
cblUUlUUU In amounts to suit.
4 wuvvv H WAItNKll CO..
MOSEV TO I,0A ON REAL ESTATE OR
Orst class seourltlcs at lowest rates of In
terest. No dolay where security Is good.
O 0. GRLEN.
0EV TO LOAN ONI.MPROVED CITY HEAL
1VL ostato. McLACflLAN & BATCHELDER,
1223 F st n w,
MtXEX TO I.OAS IN SUMS. TO BUTT
t i.ninut vnliS Vfi'itnlftV
F. II. 8MITII i SON.
1222 F St 11 W.
PAUTIK-S bl.EKlMl SAKE INVESTMENTS IS
and Local Seou(Itloswll be furhlslied full par
ticulars on application at ourofllco.
l.lfo and F(ro Insurancq lu Boot Cornpaulos.
1310 F st. u. w.
X Real Estato Broker, 03 1 F st n w, Room 4.
Special nttenttoii paw
to the oxchango ot nil
descriptions of real ostato and personal prop-
lining stock, C0.
iiiuiis ui rem ii
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
1310 t'st, ndjdlnlng Sun Dulldlns.
Suburbun prdiierty u specialty.
Grain and Stock Exchange.
bTOCKS, BONDS, OilTgBAIN AND PR0V1
1 120 j'enn. uvu ii, w.
U. S. STAflirS VAITEIK
I)onart!nent Btainns. Mntdi. Modlclno untl un-
tlro colli otlons bought fur custi. Cull oil O. II,
ilEhlShL, at WIHard's Hotel, Suturday,
irum iu i p, pi
Aro tlio II1!T.
Mil. KVKMl UHLLEIV,
Under (ho direction of ABIIKY, SCHOEFFJCL
URAU. In tho following
Monday TwlxtAxo nnd Crown
Tuemlay. sho Stoops to Conquer
Wednesday RomCo and Juliet
Thursday Mile, do Drossier
lrdny. Lady of Lyons
Saturday Mntlnoo Sho Stoops to Compter
Saturday Twlxt Axo and Crown
Box shoot now open nt
ALBAUOH'S GRAND OPERA-HOUSE-NO
ADVANCE IN PRICKS.
XTKW NATIONAL THEATER.
FAREWELL PERI'ORMAEOK OF
Tho Eminent Tragedian.
THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING
OR,TIIEHArTLEOF BOSWORTH FIELD.
MONDAY, DKO. 3,
The Laughter-Making Comedians,
m-v-A-ire and EcoraTT,,
Presenting Iloyt's Best Play,
K PHRLOR WHTCH.
Tho Funniest Piny of all. Bubbllns over with
Satlro nnd Fun.
A LBAUG IPS 'GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
TO-NIGHT AT 8.
Wm, J. Gllmoro's Gorgeous Spectacular
TIIK T1VKLVK TEMlTATIONS,
Under tho management ot Charles II. Yale.
Seo tho Laughablo Coupo,
Tho Mortster Dnlgon, '
Tho Funny Bears,
Tho Judgo Family,
ll.o Brothers Savlnllla,
Tho 1.1 vo Cookutoos,
Tho Exqulslto Transformation,
The March of Nations.
3-Boautlful Promlcrs 3
100 Persons on tho Stage.
Next wook MRS. TOTTER.
THE BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Will Glio a Scries of
THKEH CUAISI) CONCERTS,
ON FRIDAY' EVENINGS:
DEO. 14. JAN,. 18. FEB. 5.
This famous Orchestra Is now In tho midst of
the most SUCCESSEUL SEASON IN BOSTON
ovor known In that or any other Amorlcan city.
SUBSCRIPTION TICKETS, each covorlnrr re
scried scat for tho Threo Concerts, $2.30 and
S3. 30. Now on safe nt J. F. Ellis .1 Co.'s,037
DURDITT & NORTH, Managers.
TT ARRIS' BIJOeTTHEATER.
WEEK OP NOVEMBER 2(1.
Matinees TucS , Thurs hnd Sat.
Tho Most Extonslvo and Elaborately Stazed
Opcrntlo Attraction on tho Road.
WJLBUR QPEHA COMPANY,
In the following roperto)roof Ponular Light
Operas : Monday and Tuosduv Evenings, " Two
Vagabonds J" Wednesday and Thursday Even
ings, "Fra Dlavolo;" Friday und Saturday
Evenings, "Threo Black Cloaks;" Tuesday Mali
noo, "Merry Wnr;" Thursday Matlnco, "Glroll
Qlrofla;') Saturday Matiueo, "La Mascott."
Noxt Wcok-N. 8. WOOD.
TrERNAN'S NEW WASHINGTON TflEATRB
Saturday Matlnco at Cheap Prices.
Friday and Saturday,
JAKE KILHAIN. Champion of tho World.
CHARLES MITCHELL, Champion of England,
Ip connection with
KERNELL'S NEW COMPANY.
FRANK BUbll. JAMES REILLY,
3 OARNOS 3
2 BRAATZ BROS. 2
MISS LILLIE KELB1NL
FRED HUBKR A"NI) KITIT ALLYNE.
MISS BEATRIX HAMILTON.
MISS ISABEL WAltD. 'HIE BARROWS.
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
Noxt wook William Muldoou Atblctlo and
BIS Specialty Co
o... ia.it '
This olaco of amusement has been thoroughly
renovated from top to bottom, and wilt open
week commencing Monday, Nov. 20, ivlth
HARRY LA ROSE and COULbON MSTERV
Big Specially Company, Including
p Johns. I'HE GRIEVES -Luclollo
GRAND FEMALE FIRST PART.
Prices of admission:
Box soats., 30o Parquettc 20u
Orchestra 30o Gallery loo
MONDAY' NIOnT. NOVEMBER 12.
Prof. Carpenter's Scones In Hypnotism. Won
derful fuu. Admission 23 conts.
STEAMER V. YV. CqitCORAN
Leaves 7th st. Wharf dally (oxnopt Sunday) for
MOUNT VERNON '
At 10 o'clock n. ra.! relurnlug, roaches Wash
ington about 3.30 p. m.
T PSTH'S OLD STAND IS THE ONLY PLACE
(J where first-class second hand clothing pan
be sold nt respeutuhli) nrlecs, Address Or call
at 010 1) street norlpw est.
DEKSSJIAKIMI-MRS.E. A, POWER, AOENT
for' tho Rood Maglo bcnlo; Instruction, $5;
liberal discount to Plqhsof three or more. 1018
niVIL bflRYJCE EXAMINATIONQUESTIONS"
sj uuu uiiawurs. nuiiu juu iu
FLYNN, A. M , Ivy Institute
8 w corper 8th and 1C sts p w,
rpilY (inil BUTTERINE, AT 2Q CENTS PER
L pouud, don't got strong orranold; kqeps
bettor than butter; satisfaction assured (all the
year round), or monoy rofundoa. Exclusive
control lor Washington qf tho goods we sell.
btn!!s828, U20 and .JJil-ren-.oinber tho num
bersCentre Markot, ndlolnlns Golden's flsh
stalls. Open dully till 12 30; Saturday's, alt
day. Also 101 O st n w., onea all day.
ioiupuone, u d , or uu n
WM. O. SCRIBNEH
Ull) G street n w.
Branch OfUco, 121! Pa. ave
Collars and Cuffs a specialty, at 20a. per doz;
Shirts, lOo.caoh. ' '
Goods uallod for uud dollverod at nny part of
WOOD AND COAL.
V. Baldwin Johnson,
Wholesalo und Rotall Dealer In
"1s77"ooc3- am-cL Ooal.
And tlio Wiisliliieton Giis Co.'h Colic.
Complete I'ltntlltlos. Bottom Prlpos.
Full Weight and Mo&mto
Woodniul Coal direct from tho forests and
mines by rull and water, and free from slag,
sluio and other Inipurltles.
aiYE MIS A TRIAL.
Main Yard and Olrfco. 1101 It. I. avo. n. w.
Branch " " 3)1 A st. s. o,
Bruneli ' " Oil) US st. il. w,
uranuh uOlce for ordors, corner Ten tn und I sts.
Branch ofllco for ordcis, corner 13th and M sts
All oonuoeted by telephone.
Burnstlno Loan Oillco,
301 Poiiu. Av N. W.
iioney loaned ou uold ami
Wutohus, Diamonds, Juivelrr, Pistols, Ouas, La
fes' and Gontleninn's U'esrlng Apparel,
old uold anil Silver bought. r
Uiiredeumud Pledges For Sale
H, h. WllJ-BTT. 9. H OWVNHB
VuiiniiutiivH, aiul J. st. ). it.
('lio'coUueirlo, Mriits and I'm '.shins.
'Ihohext (IiioJs nt tnu Lo v est l'rleoi.
Marketing dHllvelecf fiCe,
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