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THE EVENING- POST, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 13. 1SS&
The Evening Post
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WASHINGTON POST COMPANY.
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WASHINGTON. DL'CEMBEIt 13, 13S3.
Tit cms is .vow moro than $700,000 of
Bin phis In tho Treasury crcdttcil to tlio
District. This wns accumulated almost
entirely during tho administration of tlio
present board of Commissioners, not
withstanding tho fact that they liavo
also secured largely increased appropria
tions. Tho foll6wlng statement shows
the avnilablo revenues Tor tho nlno (Heal
years ending Juno !10, and also tho aggrc
gato appropriation for the same years:
Years. Avallnblo Revenues. Appropriations.
3BSO Jl.767.ltlS US S;,'J.-..-lJ 00
3.80(1,3 is -i
2,103 201 48
J, iai.000 07
3,370,571 -I t
n, 4(Ki,iii 07
u.oim.u 1 1 -17
Tho attempt on tho part of Congress
to divert tho District surplus from its
proper uso to pay a water debt that Is
already provided for by law is an Injtts
tlco to tho District. Congress created
surplus by refusing to appropriate tho
money for current and special improve
ments, which makes these improvements
nil tho more urgent at tho present tlrho.
Tho District Commissioners are to be
congratulated for tlio excellent manner
in which they havo managed tho city's
llnancial nffalis, and Commissioner
"Whentlcy. who has had Immediate su
pervision of them, has shown himself a
If Coxoncss.MAx Butteiiworth can
get Canada into tho Union he will meet
several lcllow-townsmen of his from
Cincinnati who have been living across
the lino for somo time.
The Government op IIatti has re
leased tho seized steamer Haytien Re
public and sho will bo sent on her way
rejoicing. Now when our naval expe
dition reaches that belligerent shoro It
will have to bo reorganized into a posse
comitatiu and furnished with a search
warraut to rind what it went to look after.
"One ntJNDiiED gallons of whisky be
longing to the absconding treasurer of
Kentucky, 'Honest Dick' Tate, were sold
in Louisville Saturday on an attachment
by the Slate," says a dispatch. As
though thero was not an attachment by
the State for all tho whisky in it.
We extend oun congratulations 'to
General Greely that ho did not let that
rain yesterday nnd last night change to
snow. Inasmuch as ho did not wmk ini
blizzard ou us, wo are quite ready to
believe that ho did send that recent gnlo
along the Atlantic coast which proved so
This St. Louis llepublie is discussing
tlio word "tacky"' with as much of the
energy of novelty as if St. Louis was In
Massachusetts Instead of tho land where
the tho word has been a chestnut for
Tue cabmen reap a rich harvest every
rainy night, but apparently soroo of
th era do not realize It. Last night wit
nessed many attempts at extortion by the
cabmen, and doubtless many successful
attempts. Thev plead that they should
bo paid extra on rainy nights. "Seventy
live cents," rcmsiked ono cabby to a
couplo whom ho was convoying home.
"Fifty, you mean.' "No, it is seventy
five cents on such nights as these,'1 was
the reply. Tlio chargo was paid. Un
fortunately tho man's number was not
obtained. This extra chargo was con
trary to tho rates of faro as contained in
tho pollco regulations, nnd should be
suppressed, Tho numbor of evory cab
man who attempts it should be noted
nnd reported to the Police Department.
The blacks and tlio whites at Waha
lak, Miss., havo gone to killing each
other. It began by a flglit between a
white boy and a black boy, in which the
whlto boy was worsted. Then tho men
took it up, and the result Is tho killing of
a dozen or fiftcdh people. It will scarcely
precipitate a race war, however immi
nent such an unfortunate climav may ho.
Ex-Senator Waunee Millkii is in
Washington, osiuusibly to seo about tljo
wool schedule in tho Senate Tariff bill,
but Sir. Miller Is no lamb.
One noticeable feature in any con
flict with liquor dealers aud tho laws
controlling them is that the dealers who
observe tho law and conduct their busi
ness in tho proper manner are always
ready and willing to use their Influence)
and means In defense of their competi
tors who conduct thor business contrary
to law. It does not occur to theso men
that the lawloss dealer makes their bus
Inossjiazardous.'and that when ho Is
open, tho law abiding dealers aro closed,
and their competitor Is reaping tho prof
its of tho Increased business, resulting
from shutting up In accordance with tho
law. In other words, for somo icason
wholly lnuxplicablo, tho fair doalor puts
himself in Jeopardy to protect his great
est enemy. The only vlslblo excuse for
it Is that tho law-abiding is a hero after
the Damon and Pythias ordor.
Another noticeable fact Is tho willing
ness of respectable citizens to Interccdo
for lawless dealers. Dozens of men who
never violated nny kind of a civil lav in
tltulr lives will do all in tholr power to
dd a violator of law to re-establish him
self in a position where he cau continue
to disregard tho will of tho majority aud
to laugh at tho law and thoso who 11 ro
Ineffectual in Its enforcement.
It is n question In moral ethics, casuis
try or whatever you may call It, which
Is worthy of consideration and study,
1 1 m
A pleasant, snfe, tellable, mid cheap remedy
Is Dr. Hull's Cough Kyi up. Price 25 cents,
Balvatlin Oil has no superior as 11 p.iln
remedy, and It costs only 25 cento a bottle.
BLOWN FROM A GUX.
Tho Terrlblo I'nnishinent of Soma of the
lltnglcnder of tlio Sepoy Mutineers,
From Kayti' lltitoryof tht Sepoy War.
During tho Sepoy rebellion of 1857-59
many of tho mutineers woro blown away
from Hie guns. It was a terrlblo punish
ment, one which had been Inlltcted a cen
tury before at tho first mutiny of the
Bengal army in 1704. A battalion of Se
poys had seized and Imprisoned Its
English officers and vowed that It would
seivo no more. A strong hand arrested
the mutiny at Its beginning. Twenty-four
Sepoys wcro Jtrled by a drum-head court
tuurtlal, found guilty nnd sentenced to
bo blown away from tho cannon.
On tho day of tlio oxccutlon tho troops
wcro drawn up, iingnsu anu Sepoys, 1110
guns were loaded, nnd tho prisoners led
forth to suffer tho terrlblo penalty.
Tho word of command was given for
tho first four crlmlnnls to bo tied up to
tho inuzzlos of tho guns. As tho men
wcro being bound four tall,stately grona
dlois stepped forward from among tho
condemned ScYoys, saluted tho comman
der, Major Hector Munro, chief of tho
Bengal army, and nshed that as thoy had
always held tho post of honor in llfo
thoy might bo given tho procedonco in
death, as it was their due. Tho request
was granted. Tho grenadiers Vtoro tied
to tho guns aud blown to pieces.
A murincr ran through tho Sepoy
battalions.who greatly outnumbered tho
English troops, nnd it seemed a If they
wcro about to rescue tholr companions,
the twentv condomed men.
Tho olliccrs of tho native regiments
approached Jlunroo nnd told htm that
their men wcro not to bo trusted, as they
had determined not to permit tho execu
tion to proeced. Tlio chief know that
on tho Issue of that parade for oxccutlon
depended tho fate of the Bengal army.
Tho English troop t were fow.aml there
was scarcely n man among them not
moved to tears by tho. fearful death of
tho four grenadiers. But tho comman
der knew thoy could bo trusted to dofond
tho guns, whlch.turned upon tho Sepoys,
would defeat any attempt to roscuo tholr
Major Munro closed the EngliBh on In
tho battery the grenadiers on one side,
tho marines on the other and loadod
tho pieces with grape. Then ho sent tho
Sepoy officers back-to their battllion and
gavo tho native regiments tho word of
command, "Ground armsl"
They know it would be madness to dis
obey in prcsenco of tho loaded guns and
laid down their arms.
"Right about face! Forward march!1'
was the next command.
The Sepoys marched a distance from
their grounded arms and the English
soldiers with guns took ground on tho
Tho danger had passed away. Tho
native troops were at Munro's mercy and
the execution went on to its dreadful
close. Tho sacriflco of a fow lives saved
Fresh Features in Alan's Ilres.
from tin Xew York ilin'i Outfitter,
The bath w rap Is an acquired taste.
'Tho whlto silk band-bowls n dead allure.
Persian patterns In heavy mufllers arc
Watered silk vests, In fancy colors, nre good
for masquerade wear.
A very geuted sblrt bosom Is of fine linen,
with two pearl studs decorating It.
The genuine twice-round scarf Is not making
much headway for day dress.
A few fobs are worn with full dress, but not
by tho men who do the swell thing.
Oulto a few nOToltles in glovo-backs are
shown by tho crack stores about town.
Gilt buttons on white vests Is a great fad
among the hotel chemists of Chicago.
A cuto Uttlo match-box is a small bird's
feather in silver, set with tiny colored stones.
Tho full-dress shirt protectors should bo
very popular in cities where soft, coal Is usod.
' KoVcltlcs in umbrella-handles will, ns
usual, form a big part of the holiday dis
play. Very rich ie Jolnvllles havo dark, soft
grounds, covered with figures soft and bril
liant. It Is a fad among the Paris swells to sport
an emorald solitalro In a full-dress shirt
Holiday suspenders are in white and col
ored satins, plain, for tho fair dames to em
broider. In many quarters It Is predicted that tho
black silk ottoman will be "tho thing" In
muuicrs tins miner.
Cream-colored crepes, with silk stripes In
self and bright colors, are shown in negligee
shirts intended for next season.
A startling pattern in Turkish bath wraps
is a red aud green mixture on n whlto ground.
The design is like tho effect In watered silk.
Embroidery Is running wild onco more. It
is seen up and down the side of one's trou
sers. Very fow men have taken tho style up.
Glad of It.
Full-dress protectors aro now made with
high collars to cnclrclo the neck, answorfhg
tho double purpose of muUlcrs and shirt front
Fancy cloth vests, checked aud small fig
ured aud double-breasted, are "touey" for
business men who do not object to a front
that is a little gay.
A good many embroidered sblrt bosoms are
belnc sold. In tho extremely line trndo, tno
simpler tho decoration the bettor the demand
for the bosom.
Do Jolnvllles of whlto silk, with tiny figures
in origin colors, are rcgaraeu lavoraoiy by
tho "slick" boys who walk on Fifth avenUo
these bright afternoons.
A cuno of umbrella-handlo, with a time
piece set In, Is a novelty. It will prove very
useful on cold nights, when a man does not
caro to unbutton bis coat to get at his watch.
Tho very sober health shades In flannel, re
llavod by white goods, silk striped, aro seen
in newly-nude blouses Intended for ladles'
outing wear. Tho clTcct Is peculiarly stun
ning. Competition among tho fancy flannel men
has developed some beauties in the way of
cloths appropriate for suits, llut many of
tho patterns are blmply unique, with uothlng
protty about them.
Thore cau be nothing sadder than tho ex
pression which creeps over tho faeo of tho
man who has on u twice-round scarf when
some sympathetically Inclined Individual asks
him II bo has a soro throat.
The double-breasted vest, out ot the field ot
fashion for a long time, has como back to It
not with a rush, however, for the style Is not
being taken up except by that select class
known as the limited fow.
There Is considerable chic about the broad
puff scarf, provided it is worn by tho right
man, Aud the broader It is tlio moro difficult
It becomes lo sbor It off to tho best advan
tage. Its expanslvenees attracts attention,
nnd Is apt to make the wearer uncomfortable,
unless he Is a fell cm who can stand being
stared at pretty hard and yet appear totally
rioiuxyl With tlm Compliment.
from tlie A'w York Sun,
Btrangcr (perforce, obliged to tako dinner
nt Aunt Dinah's) Aunty, these pies aro not
tho klud my mother used to make.
Auul uinuii (very much pleased) Ho, In-
deed, sab, I spec's not
I jo' hub auuddcr
Not a l'uylni; lltinlncis lliero,
Wo notice that a waterspout must In Ken
tucky tho other day, A wateispout that
would go Into business In Keutucky m!i;lit ex
pect to burst, no usstls.
Thu Hud und tliu Illosnom.
fiom tlte IWi'jtiro Vlipatcu
It Is suld that when a ulrl gets to be 35 she
Is fond ot being called Daisy, If that happens
to be her first name. At 10 she Insists od be
ing culled Miss Smith.
There will bo but four furmcrs In tho next
Missouri Stato tkuato and only oue incrcliaiit,
while the luwjcrs number tweiity-tuo,
Frock and (Jack Buits wo aro selling are bo
jond doubt one ot tho greatest bargains w
Eisemak Bnos., Seventh nnd K.
MsuufuUuileg Clothiers nod Tailors.
RECENT EVENTS ABROAD.
llOULANflnit CONIM'.MNS THIS 1'OIYIOY
OP TIIlSfVltliNOIl OOV1SKN.UI3NT.
Ho Say That It Kiicotirnged investors
In tlio Panama Cunnl Project by In
ducing False Uxpectatlons Tlio Itus
Inn Press YVnrned.
l'.uus, Dec. ) ft. General Boulangor
In an Intcrvlow yestorday, condemned
tho Government for allowing honest
pcoplo to think tho Panama Canal project
was buw of oMclnl patronage and now
turning its back on it. Ha said that when
ho was in America In J881, ho was tola
that when tho l'Anama Cnnnal was fin
ished that country would place a fort at
each end; that no treaty In the World
would prevent them from closing tho
canal In timo of war, and that Colnmbla
would not hindor this action, Ito added
that ho lunl sunt homo a secret report on
tho subject, which was probably lying
unread on tho bIioIycs of tho Minister of
ST.I'ETEiisnuna, Dec. IS. Tho Govern
ment has warned tho press to bo moro
guarded In Its languago with rofoicnco to
Russia's relations with Persia and Eng
land. Tills is held to indicate a pacific
disposition on tho part of tho Govern
ment. MAnniD, Dec. 18. Tho Arniyliofonns
Committee has prepared un amended bill
embracing a portion of Genural Cassola's
proposals. Tho obligatory service- clause
Drunk, Dec. 18, Tho Assembly, bv a
voto of 80 to 11, ycslurdav rojoctod tho
Socialists' demand for tlio repeal of tho
now political police measures.
St. PETEnsuuno, Dec. 18. Tho Kin
elan budget shows a surplus of olio mil
London, Dob. 18. Tho Catholic bis
hop of Svdnov will resign. Ho will bo
transferred to "Rochester where ho will
assump the position of assistant bishop.
IIeiilin, Dec. 18, Count Bonomnr
had an Interview yesterday with Em-
William. Tho ox-M!nlstcr will
not return to .Madrid.
Madhid, Dec. 18. In tho Senate to
day the Finance Minister announced
Hint tho rumors of a now Government
loan woro premature.
London, Dec. 18. The new Lyric
Theatre was oponod Inst night with
Alfred Cplllors' "Dorothy." Tho house
was much admired. It was lighted
throughout with tho electric light.
OAino, Dec. 18. Mmo. Bernhardt ap
peared hero last night at tho first of ten
performances which sho is ,to glvo In
Cairo, and was greeted by an enthu
siastic house. Sho will also give ton
performances in Alexandria.
St. FETEitsntmo. Dec. 18. Tho roftt-
Sees quartered at Odessa aro returning to
lulgnria under n plenary amnesty.
Polish conscripts to tho number of
5,700 havo been drafted to tho Cau
casus. London, Dec. 18. At 4 o'clock this
morning tho building No, 130 Queen
Victorlo street, occunlcd by tho Civil
Service Supply Assoclotlon, is on lire.
London, Dec. 18. Tho Austrian Em-
Boror has sent to Prlnco Alexander of
attenberg a mcs3ago oxprcsslng his
own and tho Empress' deep sympathy
on tho loss of his father. Tlio European
sovereigns will send representatives to
EAKIiY MOUSING NEWS.
Ilspponlnct of General Intorost During
tho Tnst Twonty-four Hours.
Yesterday was colorod people's day at
tho Augusta National Exposition. Judson
W. Lyous, a colored member of tho Au
gusta bar, mndo an addrcsB of welcome,
and W. A. Pledgor, a negro politician,
responded. To-day is tho closing day;
special exercises and attractive features
have been arranged.
Hon. John Dobson, provincial secre
tary of British Columbia, left for homo
last night. Ho has been at Ottawa con
ferring with tho Dominion Government
regarding the Alaska boundary question
and other matters. Tho cost of a dellua
tion of tho frontier is estimated at
It Is authoritatively stated that Gen
eral Orland Smith will continue in the
position of first vice-president of tho
Baltlmoro & Ohio Railroad Company
under tho Mayer regime which comes
Into power noxt Wednesday, General
Smith's displacement, it is claimed, was
Tho dwelling-house, barn and out
buddings, together with tho household
goods and livestock ownca by Reuben
PctCrs, ten miles from Carlisle, Pa., were
totally destroyed by flro last night. Tho
loss is estimated at $8,000. No insur
ance. Tho fire was coifsed by careless
handling of matches by children.
The advance schedule' of rates ou east
and west bound tralUc botweon Chicago
and tho Atlantic soa board, wont into
effect yestorday. Tho only doparturo
from tho original agreoment was in tho
figures adopted on drussod beef ship
ments by a fow of tho Hues,
Railroad communication botwocn
Panama aud Colon Is still interrupted by
effects of tho storm, Soveral miles of
tho road havo bcon inundated. Tho
River Chagrcs roso again on Saturday,
out aitnougn sun iiign, 11 is suusiuing.
Furnaco B nt the Edgar Thomson
Steel Wbrks was badly damaged by nh
explosion of metal at 11 o'clock lust
night. Tlirco workmen, whoso names
could not bo learned, were terribly
Drovo lllm Away.
From tht Arlantaiv Traveler,
Mark Twain, during his early dajs, did not
stand well among the boardlng-liouie keepers.
The drawling youth was too iaiy to pay bis
board. Onrc, while working ou tho Bt. Louis
Hepuhhaxn, Twiln, after many boardings
house hardships, cast his hungry lot with a
hard-featured widow named l'otklns. Tho
printers had told him that the was a woman
ot ueutlo nature They gl6etully awaited the
end ot the first week. Monday morn 111'' when
Marie came to tho ofllce his face woro an
'How aro you, Clemens," said the foro
"'1 hat's a fact. Glad to see that you have
entered upon the week In so tiuthful away,
How Is yuur laudladyf"
"Did you pay her Saturday night?"
"W bat did she sayj"
"Nothlnz, but she looked as though sho
wcro chUolpd out of stone,"
"I should think," u tramp printer rejoined,
"that the looked as though she were chiseled
out of hoard."
Taln east a quick clanco at the enoaker,
aud, lazily reaehluu for lilt coat, said; ".Mv
Immortal soul Is too tender to staud the cruel
shafts of sarcasm, tloodbjo."
lie dragged lilraucl! out of tho ofllce. Ills
career as a urluter was at an end.
Dakota Tluowllij; .lliid.
Tiom the ti'tu Yuri. WoiM.
A Ueyier throwlua forth hot mud lias
broken out In Dakota, It Dakota expects to
win Statehood she mutt (,'lvo up mud-silnclnir
I ! ...
For thu Children,
Suits at 3 ud $3.50, and Overcoats at
J3.W and 1.1.
Kisi!MA linos., Seveuth and E,
Mabutactutluj Clothiers aud Tstllora.
Merely 11 Surmise
I'll 1 1 .Mi? r's lUnnr,
"How old Is t'hnrlej Hopkins, Mollyt"
asked Mr. llcutl), I10 ;.uscd his cup to Mrs.
11 for a second supply of colTce.
"Twcntv-fjur, papn. Why do you nsUl"
"Oh, your mother nnd I wciu only wonder
ing. Vo gtvthor from what wo overheard of
his couvcjsn'tou with jou lust night that lie
had about rescued his do it-ogc."
A Condition, Not 11 Tlicnry.
From the Jlmlliidlon Frtt Prat.
.Modem Reformer Theorctlcnlly,niy dear,
tho food prodilrt of tho world belongs to cacti
0110 of us, In equal shore.
Modern Reformer's Wife Yes, but It's con
dition, not theory! tint confronts us to-day,
'lhero Isn't oven n potato-In tlio house.
At Hong Kong thtcrcs steal tho telcphono
v?r72a,orno!s of this mutual fihe in-
VJWST HUHANOIS COMPANY OP 1). O.,
Wjwiinoion, Dec. 8, 1S89.
Policy holders nro hereby notified to renew
their Insnranro forllioycnr 1HSO on or boforo
tho LAH1' MONDAY In December (3lst Inst.),
Vli'Mo comt earlv nml anil lh crowd of tho
last few day. J. WESLEY IIOTlSI.Ctl.
1I18 dtill. Kocrotirry.
yJtOSVrTtE WASHINGTON AUciltTKCTU
W HAL I1ION AN" 111111)013 WOHKS.
WOltKS, cornor of Water nnd U'Jd streets,
Vnshlngton, D. C. Telephone Oall, -VIS II.
Hoof, llrMKui, Turn-Tables, etc. ltolled Iron
and Mcol lleams, Oli.itniols, Annies, etc. (Just
Inns ot every ilo'crlptlon. Ornmnentnl Cast and
Wrounlit-Iron Work a specialty. I'litns, Estl
mates anrt straln.sheets promptly furnished on
application. Sperlnl faUllltos for Heavy Cast
ings. Capacity of work, n.oor) tons per annum.
EDWAltl) X. DENT. M. K
Owner nnu oeiiaral Manager.
VVJ7,W7 O. JlRTZRnOTT CO., MUS10
tta Dealers have r moved fiom Pennsyl
vania avcnuo to their row bulldlna, 1131)1' sin
w, threo aoors wost of W. 11 Mobos & Sons.
Oldest and mostoxtendv to mulo establishment
In tho city.
Wj53LAmE3 OAN'HAVR THEIR FELT
8S. liati preasod la tho now lfall stylos.
Don't forget number, Whltlns's Uleaohlng nnd
Millinery, Establishment, olS Tenth streot
t-ySSa-JC-lN A CLUIl -TOW AND SAVE THE
WC2 rctnlln'n pronts. CHItlSl'MAH IS
COMING AND YOU WILL WANT A WATCH.
Wooffir croal reductions In tirlcoa of FINE
not.l) WATCHES, CHAINS, DIAMONDS AND
JEWELHY. JOIN A CI.UIl NOW and you will
haro your WATCHES FOIl THE HOLIDAYS,
Call at our oltleo, iir 7th St. n. w or scud
postal nnd onr URonti, will call on you with a
lino of samples.
M&naffer of Tho Now York Watch Club Co.,
015 7th st, n. w.. bet. E and r sts.
YVSSa,CHniiiTMAS TREE OUNAMENTS.
Confectionery, Tnro Candles. Cakes, Tics,
Nuts, Foreleu mid Domoftlo fruits, nt
OEOltOE W. WEIDMAN'S,
SO.I li. ftvo. s. e.
Cheaper than over.
Examine our cxtenslvo stock before purchasing.
UAYWAItD & HUTCHINSON,
421 lltll at.
srim,ir t. hall,
WsST 008 F Btrcet n. w.,
Makes a specialty of oustom-mado shirts, 10
piaco your oruer wim mm m oneo t
YVCPSaOnoOAN'S INSTALLMENT HOUSE.
WCSi. Havlns removed to my New Store,
, 7UD nnd 711 Seventh St. n. w.,
I am prepared to soil cheaper than any othor
credit house In tho city. Our stock of OAK
l'ETS, OILCLOTHS, MATTINGS, HUGS,
HEATING AND COOKING STOVES, l'AKLOK.
DEDHOOM. DINING-ROOM AND KITCHEN
FUltNlTUHE Is comn eto, and will bo sold on
Credit cheaper than tnoy can bo sold eUowhcro
for cash. Como and soo us und you will bo sat
GHOGAN'8, 700 aid 7-11 7lh st. n. w.,
IS THE 1'LACE TO DEAL.
All Carpets bousht from us wo will make and
lay on the floor free of oost.
VJ-SSkNEW MUSIO STORK. ALL KINDS OF
lyCS sheet Miulo und Muslo Hooks: nil the
Bo and lOo muslo published. HENltY WHITE,
U()5 7th et. n w, opposlto Patent OOico.
THE OWL'S NEST, by WIstor.
RAYMOND KERSHAW, by Cox.
THE STORY OF AN AF1II0AN FARM.
1331 F STREET NORTHWEST.
CHOICE WESTERN (JUT AND LONO nAY.
Constantly on Hand 'at tho Lowest Market
II. D. aSoHRAN.
1317 FOURTEENTH SntEET NORTHWEST.
ESSONS IN ALL SUI1-
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Southwest corner 8th nnd K sts.n.w.
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BANKERS AIjD BROKERS
20 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK.
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Correspondents In Washington,
CORSON Si MACARTNEY,
' 141U F BTHEBT
WiSr I Iron and Timber Lauds.
A. E. HANDLE boas to call the speolal atten
tion of persons doslrlig to acquire such prop
erty tn largo or. small traotsat thoveiy lowest
prlcos. Full particulars on application. Ad
dress 303 7th st., n. w Washington, I). O
li-OR GOOD-lTTTINa OARMENTS
Corner Oth and Cats n vr.S) ,.,
Under National notel.
ja, LAMAR. & 2ACHRY,
S. K. PHILLIPS,, ATTORNEYS.
oc22-ly Sun Bblldlng, 1315 F street.
tf SAINTESls-WM. eTsPA LDING C0
ISACST 622 12th s). n. w near F st.
Estimates Furnished Tor All Kinds of Work.
J0lHUNO AND GLAZING;
aw5G0 'i'O MRS. MENOERT'S, -110 OT'J
WS street northwort, for tha oulebiato"
Columbia Full-welglit Woolen Yarns. Mump
ing dono. All materials, for needlon ork,
YrCTSsD"- HUNTER'S 111.001) PILLS CtJHIi
Vy-S all Impurities In all Its torms nnustages;
scrofula, ce'emu una iltln diseases speedily
cured. Also excellent for uilnary nnd kidney
diseases. l'rlco$l. Torsalp atHTANDlFORD'S
Fhurmuoy, Oth and V n. w. open ull nighty
LOW 1'niCKS THIS MONTH.
j'laco your oiuors wuu
S.O. CARTER. lOl'H AND 1) STREETS, S. W.
BRANCH YARD: 41)5 K ctreet, S. W.
vNtf--..I.Al)lf!tt' LALIl'SI "lADIESI
IJSr Mrs. McCafferty Is tho only hat nnd
bonnct-frnmu mannfactuier In the city.
and see her now shapes,
(rir Slti,w nnd Kelt llr
',, ner now Aiiantss. iiienoiuni: una ni
btruw und Folt Rats altered to tho lutost
fvlftfl. Ortlnrd nrnmntlv attended to.
1000 0 street n. w
kCiU lliluiir Indliponsablo in comfort and
health the elltl of tha world visit UK. WHITE'S
estunllxhmont, 111" l'ennylvanlu hvdiiuc, oppo-
Itu Wlllurd's Hotel, fi p the iklih..u1 treat
inent ol nil dlsoases of the feet. Dr. Whlto's
twcntynuilli eonseoutliH year of pruotlco In
Washington, I). C. l'te, $1 a sltllne for putting
tho feet In oMor.
LOVERS OF GOOD UREAD SHOULD
The best fluu In tho world.
C. W. CI8SELL & CO.,
Proprietors of IhoOilulnal Roller Mills,
(iouretowu, U, U.
WANTRD-A WHITE (lltll.. Fltosfuu TO
flu years ol n.-o, tn do light housework
In n family ot two 1 ill at once: No. 715 North
Capitol st, nearly opp Govt l'rlullng Odloe.
WANTED M ISCELUNEOUS.
Waji ri:n-0LD "gold and silveii
boujjhtior oish by VM. FltlF.UHUICH,
tho minutaeturlna Jowelor. DOS 7th st, opp Pat
F0I1 RENT HOUSES;
FOIl ItlCNT-1230 3D RTIIRKV SOUTHEAST,
5 rooms. SB.Bl); 001 South Carolina avo
11110 southeast, (l rooms, water, sit,: 11231 l)d
streot southoust, .1 rooms, SS. JOHN F. D0NO
110K, Ulil East Capitol strecL
i'ill Fatnw, 'Mrs S2'0 00
lilldPstiiw, 1U rs 'llMt 00
MlltlMassnvonw, 15 rs 1(10(17
M'J.H Jlnsi nvc, 1 1 rs.., 1W) 00
17.10 Mass avo, 17 rs lQ- 00
l'stn w,l!2rs 1U5 DO
ll'Jfilothstiiw, lfirs lis 00
1(11 lit tnvo. is rs 101) (HI
llllll H I nvo. 12 rs 100 0(1
KIM 21st n w, 10 rs 100 ui)
11122 listnw. 11 rs 10(1 (H)
1721 Conn no,llrs... , Kiu 00
171)2 I'aiivon w. It) rs 1)1 (17
1U1 1 Conn nvo, 1(1 rs H7 00
1728 I st n w, 1:1 rs , 8d ilil
11th at nw. near 0.15 ra H:i nil
1(1(11) 11 tn w, warohotiso 80(H)
2027 lllllyorl'lDco.l) rs 70 00
8l7l2thstn w, 11 rs , 70 0(1
2022 Ostn w, lira 70 00
15270 stnw, 11 rs 7000
loin 20thstnw, ID rs i tit 00
r, 12 Est 11 w. id rs Usui)
liuilBth stn w.iors 111 no
1115 Nt nw.llrs 05 00
lot Imlnvo, lira 00 00
U(ll2IIIllycrI'lace,0rs 00 00
82tl2tlistnw. store und dws 00 00
l.llSNstnw. 10rs 55 00
1701) M stn w.llrs 55 00
115 117th stn w, 7rs ,.. &u 00
405 O st n W, 12 rs 50 50
11)11 Nstnw.Urs no 00
22(1 N .1 nvo a e, o rs 50 0(1
151 ninth stn w, 17 rs., 50 ou
l)J(l N Y nvc. 10 rs , 15 50
20.mostnw, lOrs 15 00
211(1 lllhstnw, id rs., ,...., .15.01)
2llllUlistnw,10 rs,..t .11 07
2120 1 Ithstll w. lOrs 41117
llOOChnplnst.Drs 10 00
1 108 chanlu st, I) rs , 4000
1-110 Chapllist, Or -Id 00
11(1 Maplo uvc, Lo Droit I'nrk, 7 rs -10 0(1
IIITO lists w, 11 rs ,.,, .loon
210(1 ltihstn w, l()rs 40 00
121117th stn w, 0 rs....i , !I5 00
1531 soth stn w, 7 rs tin on
152120thstn w, Kts 25 00
1507 Caroline st (I 13 , ,.,. 25 00
1007Lstn w,7 ra , 1(1 -15
220 lust aw, 0 ra 15 DO
22(1 1st st s w, (I rs 15(10
The above housos can bo examined by permit
from our ofllce only.
THOMAS J. FISIIBH A CO.,
1321 l'stn w.
T.10K IIEST HOUSES.
J 3011N stuw.llrs.mi $10 00
OI321'Btnw,7rs.ml.. 1.. 2.1 00
182(1 33d 8t ,() rs. ml 20 01)
ilo.ilQ.Btnw." rs, mi 40 00
lUlOaiidllOl 20th st, 7r, ni 1 22 GO
120032dstnw, $75 00
1202 32dst n W 35 00
32UIMstn W...I 50 00
1)211) M st n w, storonnd flats 50 00
32031' st , 10 00
2 Masonlo Hall alloy SO 00
O. II. HOKLINO. 12(11 32d st 11 w.
FOR SALE AND RENT.
P EAL ESTATE BULLETIN
TII03. E. WACOAMAN, 017 F Btrcet.
Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays.
THREE-STORY BRICK AND l'RAME HOUSES
207 O Bt n w, b h, m 1, 10 rs $8,000
223 Ind avo n w, b b, ml, I) rs....i 7,500
1110 20th st 11 w. bh,ml,8 rs...., 7,500
1731 ll)th st 11 w, bh.O rs ..1.. 7,500
NCnpnndIst8ii w, bh, ml, 0 rs 0,000
1208 5th st n w, b h, m 1, 0 rs 5,600
805 Oth stn w, bh.m l,8rs 4,500
II) K st n 0, b h. m 1, 12 rB . 4.600
2211, 2213 7tUstn w,bh,0 rs 4,000
113220th stnw.bh, 8rs 1,500
TWOSTORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
121 and 120 O st alley n w. f h. 4 rs $1,800
1111 Sampson st 11 w, f h, 0 rs 1,700
OQstn w. f h,5 r 1,500
2100 to 2101 Columbia avo, f h,5is. ... 1.600
1 11 1H Sampson stn w, f h.llrs ,S0()
1430 Sampson st 11 w,f h, Ors..t. ....-(. 1 l;r0(
uo:i to 007 V at n w. b h. U rs., 1,500
1223 Madison st n w, f h, 4 rs
I) allev N Can st. f h. 4 rs
.,,,, i, I 1,300
Allrtv hrf 'VAil H,ul 'JJth. L nnrl t sis n W.
f h,4 rs BOO
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Pa avo. bet Oth and 7th sts so $2 00
N,I ave, bet (J nnd II sts 11 w 1 00
II et, bet N II nve and 25th stnw 100
Muss ave, bet Del nvo and 1st st, n 0 . -. ... 1 00
s wtor3dand Lstsn o Boo
(1st. bet 2d nnd 3d no 5()o
Mst, bet -lU aud Oth a w 50o
nth st, bet Vn uvo nnd 0 st a 0 30o
Est. bct21thnnd25tnn w ,..20a
lstst. botOnndl's w 100
HOUSES FOR RENT.
2022 Oth Btnw.Ors S18 00
420 K Bt n w, 7 rs 18 00
123 Oth st 11 o,() rs , 15 00
125 10th st s w, o rs IB 00
017 10th Btne, 5'rs 13 00
SlDstsw.B rs 12 30
luishottalloyno, 4 rs 1030
2roarof l'illDstsw. 3 rs 7 00
72111thstnc, 4rs 0 00
STORES, OFFICES, ETC., FOR RENT.
Sir and dwg 1702 Pa nvo, 10 is $1,100
sir 1227 Dstn w 1 60 00
Str 171)0 l'a uvo 11 w 5001)
Strand collar 2120 11th st nw 35 50
Str 1000 N Cup st 3D 00
UI5 7tli8t.rs4aml 5 1 15 00
Str and dwg so cor 10th und Bdystsn
w, 3 rs 15 00
101 7th stn w, 1st floor, tins 10 00
Ccllurl513Mstuw...i 5 00
HEAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safe as U. S. bonds; 0 nor cent., payablo quar
terly; In sums S100 to Sl.OOOj simll premium
In sums to suit nt n per cont.
The aho 0 Is only a portion of tho property on
my books. For full list cull ut ofllco for bullotln
issuiu ou mo xsi una aoiu.
PIUTIES SEUKl.Ml S.IH1 INVESTMENTS 1.1
and Local Securities will bo furulshed full par
ticular on application at our ollleo.
Llfo and Flro Insurancu In Bost Companies.
i310Fst. n. w.
rnllOS. A. MITCHELL,
JL Heal Estate Broker, 03 1 F st n w.Room 4.
opeclal attention paid to the uxohaugo of all
descriptions of real citato and pergonal prop
erty, mining stook, uto.
REAL K8TATE BROKER,
1310 F st, adjoining Sun Building.
Suburbau property n specialty.
MONEY TO LOAN.
J!1 (( ((l TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
ulUU.UUU security, In sums to suit, nt5
iTtr cent. Interest when security Is ample. AUS
TIN P. IlliOWN. Ileal Estate mid Loans, (JloVer
Building, 1 lit) V street northwest.
0NEYTOLOA.N ON HEAL ESTATE AND
otlier securities witnout aciay.
JA.MES V. JIROWN,
Real Estnto mid Loan Broker,
11011 r street northwest.
(31 (C nflfT LOIS ON REAL ESTATE
cDlUUlUUU In amounts to milt.
v B. 11. WARNER ,t CO.,
1T()EV TO LOAN ON REAiTeSTATE OR
J3X llrst-class securllles ot lowest lutes ot In
terest, No delay whoreseouilty Is good.
O O. GREEN.
303 7th stn W.
MOJiKV TO LAV'S ONIMl'ROVEDCITY REAL
ostnto. McLACHLAN HATCHELDElt,
1225 F Bt n W,
OM.V 10 LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT.
Lowest ralos. No delay.
V, II. SMITH A SON,
Barbour Law .mildly. .......... .03 La. Ave.
Residence, No. 1218 11 Bt. Northwest.
louecowors iu muuiii a witlierow),
PRINTERS AND HfEKKOl'x'PKIIS,
1107 K street it w, Wushlugtoji, 1). 0,
GOOD WORK AT FAIR PiUUJJS.
FOIl SALE HOUSES.
lyOll SALI'S-A'P MOUNT PLKA8ANT-SRV.
L crnl well local od cottnuos and nlco build
Ing lots; ntsn, on 14th si root extended, 5 acres
bountifully locatod, ami .1 acros near Drlrfbt
wood, Improved by7-room rottnzo, Ao,
WALKKIt WILSON, 1000 "st.
1710 It HALE-A NUMIlElt Or SMALL HOUSES,
L' 0 to 8 rooms, with mod linns; tor saloon
easy terms. GEO. W. LINKINS,
Cornor 10th nnd 11 sls.
I' 200!) Q Bt 11 w, b h 1) rs, new $7,500
3021Q at. bli.ll rs 7.000
351 1 Prospect nve, b h, 10 rs 7,000
12.17 30th st, bh, l)rs.., 1 5,000
1302 30th st, I) 1 1, .,!,. 5,000
illooNst.bii, 10 rs 5.001)
3512 1 st, b h, I) rs , 2,r,00
111335thBt, fh,7 rs 2,500
3 33 Prospect st, bh, 10 rs 5.000
Tho abovo Is only n portion of the property on
my books. Call for list.
C. II. FICKLINO. 120132dstn W.
MT. TKIIXUJt HKJIHUIIT.lino, 1101,1100,
1110 M streot nnd 1128 Eleventh stroot.
lioardlne und Day School for young ladles and
little ulrls. . . . , 1
Vourtconth year opens wodncsday, October 3,
for reooptlon of boarding pupils; Thursday,
uoiODer'i, tor roeopiion 01 uny pupus.
MIta E. JjJSOMEHS. l'rlnclpnl.
HIE "KHL1T2 SCHOOL OKLANOUltlKS. .
TEUMS DEGIN NOW.
723 MTn ST. N. W.
MIRS HALCII'S CIVIL SEI1VICK INSTITUTE
AND UUMNKS3 SCHOOL, 1207 10th St n
w. Open all tho year, l'uplls propared for all
CLASSICAL AND8CIENTIFI0 DKPA11TMENT.
Classos will be rosumed In the LOWEIt
SCHOOLS, on THUHSDAY, SKPTEMIlKIt 10!
nnd In tho SCHOOL OF PHILOSOPHY on
Thursday, September 20.
KXAMINAAIONS FOR ENTIIANC15
will tako plaeo oil Monday, Boptombor It),
TEllMS-Dny scholars, 850 yearly, payaWo
half-yoatly In advance; .Iialf-boarders, 8100;
boarders, $300. j'or furthor particulars npply
to the president nAVJnM molIAnM s
VTOUWOOII INSTITUTE SELECT SCHOOL
Jl FOJl GlltLS. Apply at 1407 Mass. aye.
Mr. and Mrs. W.D. t'AUELL
l'uplls recolvod t any time
KUO.NALII.KlLIS' SCHOOL, C0I1.1EU MASS.
ave and 17th st, Washington, D. 0.
Second session, Feb. 1 188S.
Miss Cutohoon's Evonlns Travel Class will
begin Fob. 20, 18S8.
Tho first loeturo on Amorleau Lltoratnro by
Prof, Lincoln, Feb. 14, 1888.
For Information address tho principal,
MISS ANNA ELLt9.
SPENCERIAN BUSINESS COLLEGE
Threo entire floors.
nnnhlln lltilliltni- on
National Hank of the
Kopubllo liuiiuing. cornor 7th unci u sis. n. w.
Day aud eveninc sessions. Young men And
women practically tralnod for sell-support, ami
useful Uvea, i Ivo courses The Practical Uusl
noss Course Stenography, Type-Writing hnd
Graphophono, Pitman shorthand, Practical
English Brunches, Delsarto School of Expres
sion. Suholustlo year begins Monday, Boptem
tcmber3. College opons for nrraneemchts on
and afterMonday, August 27i Scndfor newll
lustrnted announcement. . .
HKNIlf C. SPENCER, LL.ll., Principal.
MHS.HAKAA. Sl'ENOEK. VIco-ITlnclpal.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
WASHINGTON, D. O.
0. O. STAPLES, lato of Thousand Isl. nonse.
THE OLAREDON. .
1 101 N. Y. AVE., COIt. 14TH ST.
Permanent and transient guests accommodated.
Cars to all rarts of tho olty pass the door.
MRS. M. J. COLLKY, Proprietress.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
ItOOMS EN SUITE AND SINGLE,
During the past summer a new addition has
been erected containing the most luxurious res
taurant rooms la tno city.
no20 Om TH. FELTER.rrop.
A QUIET AND ELEGANT HOTEL,
T. E. IIOESSLE, .,.-,..
Proprietor. ..kkiuh "odl7,ly
ntnirt liieT.VMnciit? Title
JL flrst-elusj houso In tho'tli
cor. Pa', nvo.
end 3d et, n. w.. Washington, D. C. HOADLKY
& PAGE. ool7-ly
WASHINGTON, D. 0
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Flro Escapes.
TERMS-S3.00 and $1.00 Per Day.
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Nlnlh St.,
NEW YORK CITY.
JAMKS 11. llUHSLIN, 1'roprletor.
QT. JAMES HOTEL,
SIXTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE.,
L. WOODBURY. Proprietor.
TU.STH'8 OLD STAND IS THE ONLY PLACE
t) whero first-oluss socond hand clothing can
bo sold at rospoctable prices,
Address or call
at (ill) I) Btroot nortnwost.
ItKSSJIAKINU-MRS.E. A. TOWER, AOENT
' trm s)tn llnAil X(a lis Unalni I tst mirtl nr tit
liberal discount to olubsof thto'o or more. 1018
8th t n w.
CivlTsKHVlCE EXAMINATION QUESTIONS
and unswors. Send 10a to
8. W. FLYNN, A. M, Ivy Institute.
S w corner 8th and 11 sts n w.
JL 1110 G street n w.
Brancli Ofllce, 1212 Pa. avo
Collars and Cuffs u specialty, at 20o. per doz;
Goods called for and delivered nt any part of
"War. R. Riley,
Corner Ninth and E Streets Northwest)
Is closing out all kinds o(
At Very Reduced Rates.
E. G. DAVIS.
BLACK DRESS GOODS, EMBROIDERIES,
Luces and Trimming,
jig Market Space, Washington, D. C.
OK SOIIl'OI.K, OLD P01.M AMI) THE SOUTH.
HteamorOEORGE LEAHY leavos Washlnaton
Monday, Wodnosday and Friday, ate p. ra.
Steamer LIDY OF THE LAKE. Tosday.
Thursday and Saturday, ut5 p.m., from Sixth
Street WJiarf .
Steamer Loarv lands at l'Iney Point going and
Lady ot tho Lako lands nt L'ornllold Harbor
and Colonial Beach on Saturdays. Steamer
Irom Washington dally, InoludlngSuudays, until
further nottoo, Sunday at I) p. m.
Faro, smurdity excursion, return Monday 7
a. m., S3 rauud trip.
Connections miulo at Norfolk .with old Do
minion Btoamshlu Company for Now York.
Knox and Lloyd Express will call and cheek
imniratra ut hotels and nrlvato residences.
-"jT-'i - 1 ... . j..- . ... .,:;,.:-
Teiepuono can beury, 1 10 oj .noseier,
W. P. WELCH, Supt. P. H. Co.
GEO. P. 11111.1
1.1,1 1'S, 8
Supt, I. A
Having recently fitted apa
n eonuectlon with my PATENT PROOESS, I
am prepared to furnish
ILLUSTRATIONS AT NEW YORK PRIOKH
Photoruphtng 011 Wood for tho Trade.
418 Ulevuiitlt Street N. W.
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS & NOTARIES
S. BUNDY, COM'R OF DEEDS AND NO
uiy Piibliu, -inn La, ave , opp. City Hall.
R1I EVANS. 1321 PSTREETNORTHWEHT.
, CoininlsMuuer of DeudB tor nil States and
Tailtorlix, Notary Publlu. Uuuh fromt) tc 1130,
A LDAUflll'S GRAND
ii. OPERA 1I0USE,
0 NIGHT'S AND 1 MATINKR (ONLY)
OF THE CLARA LOUISE
IK! El Xi Ij O GrGr
KNOLISH OPERA COMPANY.
ggTTlio Washington Itcportolro will be:
Tuesday nnd" 1 Dnlll'llTrij fTfi7T"
Ti,nrk,in Ln inr. infill iTini.
ruuuuAittu.' . MMJ,
) GRAND FAREWELL
I I.nst rerformnnes.
COMPLETE CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA.
"'-id'wiSuetorJ Jt W'D- niKTlHOB.
PltlCEs, 81.50. $1 00. 75o, also BO CENTS.
RUDOLPH ARONSON'S COMIO OPERA CO.
TKW KATIONAL THEATRE.
Matinees Thursday and Friday, Deo. 27 nhd 28.
GRAND HOLIDAY ENTERTAINMENT
For tno benefit of tho
RATIONAL HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL,
BRILLIANT FAIRY SPECTACLE.
MOTHER GOOSE PANT6MIME.
Scones from FAVORITE FAIRY TALES and
FAMILIAR NURSBHY LORE.
Interspersed with Singing and Dnnelnn by
MOTHER GOOSE and tho FAIRIES.
Under tho dlrootlon of
MR. GEOROE II. llAtlTLKTT OF NEW YORK.
Prices, SI, 73, 60 and 25 cents, according to
location, Including roservoil scat. Sale of seats
opens W odnesdny, DoComber 10, at Metzcrott's,
1110 F streot,
EW NATIONAL THEATRE.
one week, commencing Monday.
ONLY MATINEE SATURDAY,
Engagement of MR.
AN EXCELLENT COMEDY CO.,
MRS. JOHN DREW,
MR. JOHN GILBERT,
ahd MR. E. J. BUCKLEY,
In Sheridan's Charming Comedy,
Price $2, $1.50, $1, 75o, OOo end25o.
Tho Lyceum Thoatre Company la
ITARRIS' BIJOU THEATRE.
WEEK OFDKO. 17. .
Matinees Tuosdny, Thursday and Saturday.
Boautltul nnd Costly Souvenirs given away at
every Matlnco to Ladles and Children.
In a Sparkllug Musical Comedy,
Popular Prices Will Prevail.
Noxt Wcok WE, US CO.
jrERNAN'S NEW WASHINGTON THEATRE
Matinees Mon., TuOs., Thurs. and Sat.
SHEFFER & BLAKELTS GREAT SPECIALTY
Producing moro Comlo NoVellles than nny other
Vaudevlllo Opmpany In Exlstooee.
MATINEES AT CHEAP PRICES, 100,150,350
pIANO AND SONG ItFCITAL
MESSltS. CLAYTON JOHNS AND ELIOT nUfl-
BARD, OF BOSTON,
At nrst Congregational Uhuroh, DECEMBER
18, 8 o'clook. - ltcsorvcd seats, $1, at J, F. Ellis
Every NlghtTWs Week.
Trof. Carpenter's Scones In Hypnotism. Won
derful f nn. Admission 25 cents.
lvX MOUNT VKRN0NI
STEAMER Wi W. CORCORAN
Leaves 7tb-st. Wharf dally foxoept Sunday) for
At 10 o'clook a. m.; returning, reaohes Wash
ington about 3.30 p. m.
H. D. B73.RR,
importor and Tailor.
Fall and Winter Goods,
All of the T.Most Novoltles.
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND SCOTCH SUITINGS,
ETC., JUST ARRIVED.
MR. BAIlR personally fits all garments made
in our establishment.
1111 Penna. Avenue.
A Rare Bargain.
JUST RECEIVED: A large Invoice of Flno
English Suitings and Trouserings purchased at
reduced Hguros which enables us to glvo you
Suits, made by Practical Tailors, nt $28 and
$30, worth $35 nnd 640. , ,
Fit nnd workmanship Kiiarantood.
HARBAN & BENNETT,
Merchant Tailors nnd Men's FurnlBblngs,
141' TTo-to- TTog-le -A.-VO.
wood And coal.
V. Baldwin Johnson,
WholCBalo and Retail Dealorln
Wood acc-dL OoelL
And the Wmlilncton Gas Co.' Coke.
Complete Facilities. Bottom Prloos.
Full Weight and Meaturo,
Wood and Coal direct from tho forests and
mines by rail and water, and fro from slag,
tlaio and otner Impurities.
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
Main Yard and Ollleo. 1101 R.I. uVo.u. w,
Branoh " 511 A st. s. e.
Branch " ", 61U 4)fi st. s. w.
Branch ofllce for orders, corner Tenth nnd I sts.
Branch oDloe for orders, corner 13 1 a aud M, sU
n. w. , . . .
All nouneoted by telephone.
301 l'oun. Avo N. IV.
Money loaned on Gold and Sliver
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Pistols, Guns,
los' unci Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel,
old Gold und Sliver bought.
Unredeemed Pledges For Halo
Grain and Stook Exchange.
ST0CK8, BONDS, OilToRAIN AND l'HOVl
1120 Ponn, avo. n. w.
RIDER & ADDISON,
Wliolomltu und Retail Dealers In
PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
314 JSIiihth St. N. IV., nrtr l'a. Ave.
Orders or rixjues'tS tor quotations given per
onal attention, und satlsfuotlon guurunteodln
PEEDLE3& 0VES toMa
t iAj: .i.i.'u.Ullrtl!iy1i;.i.Jl - ! Liik jMlli
d-t , .. .A.awi.jfittW)iAiiUvaiiiiK'''-"'-"Vilir 1 iA liUHVYHlhi'it.ittii iL.--iLU.Af l