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THE EVENING POST, SATURDAY, JANUAKY 5.
189.
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TnB Evening Post
(and Washington Ciutic)
PUBLISHED EVBUY EVENING,
nr tub
WASHINGTON POST COMPANY.
Post Dun pin,
Corner Tenth and 1) Streets nnd ronn. Ave.
Wawikoton, D, C,
SECOND EDITION.
NewSeiucs.No.Oo UiHTtoSEitics, No. 0,370.
TERMS!
FlngloCopy 9 Cent
Jlj- Onrrlc-r, per month.......... 35 Cents
Hy Mall, per month, postago paid 40 Cents
ny Mall, por year, postago paid,,.. ,....81.50
WASHINGTON, JANUAKY 5, 1889.
Cranial, Agnus of tho Ualtimorc
American, which by tho way is n vnluablc
journals ltli n growing circulation anil
liberal reduction to clubs, Invariably In
advance, has firmly but rospectfully de
clined to bo considered as a possibility in
tho Harrison Cabinet. Ho thinks the
editorship of a great journal like the
American, which is the lending repre
sentative qf cntctprlso. in the South,
is superior to nny "subordinate political
ofllec," and as ho holds tho former ho
does .ot caro to givo It up for tho lattor.
Ho is quite right, too, and you will ob
serve by his careful wording that ho is
willing for the bright lightning to strike
him In 1802. At lcatt it would appear
that any man who called a Cabiuet posi
tion a ''subordinate political ollico" could
only have one aspiration. Wo suggest
for 1S02 General Folk Agnus for Presi
dent, and modesty forbids us naming tho
man for tho second placo, Hurrah for
tho ticket, anyliqwl Tho pen is mightier
than tho bayonet at tho polk.
.
A four-year-old omii died in New
York yesterday of alcoholism. That's
what comes of Inexperienced youth being
located so close to tho "Jersey light
ning'' district;.
The White Oats of Nebraska strung
an offender up fivo timos by tho neck
and then left him stretched out on tho
ground with a noto pinned on him order
ing him to leave the country. Ho came
very near leaving it by the rope rputo,
but ho recovered consciousness, and then
lie left it by the shortest cut across tho
Holds. Of course a man doesn't caro to
stay in a community with that sort of
a pronounced prejudice against him,
It loops a llttio now as if some people
of tho present gonoratlon may go to tho
Pacific Ocean from this side of tho con
tinent via of tho Nicaraugua , Canal
route.
TnB Commissioners have put into
themselves a nice new baakbono for
18S0, and they are not ronowing liquor
licenses nny more than thoy woro. Tho
elmplo little subterfuge, adopted by gome
violators, of selling out to au innocent
party, is not particularly successful,
w hcivtho business is to bo continued at
the old stand, The point mado by one
dealer, that tho Commlssldncrs did not
grant him a, license until nearly tho
closo of tho year, and, that in conse.
quencc, tho violations charged against
him haying occurred before tho license
was granted, tho final granting of the
license condoned the offense, was well
taken, and will bo in tho naturo of an
exemplification of thoailago, "delays are
dangerous.''
Gukbral Harrison is haying a groat
many distinguished visitors lately. Tho
trail is growing warmer.
Rome op our roadors, who havo had oc
casion to complain of tho cut in tho Four
teenth streot pavement, along tho lino
of tho uewly-lnid water pipe, and havo
wondered why it was left so wagons
could stall in it, must possess their souls
in patience. Tho pipe was put down so
late in the season that thucutintho pave
ment cannot bo filled in with concicto
until tho weather is such that a solid
fouudation can bo secured. A pavement
put in there now would swag down in tho
centre llko a warped plank nnd bo more
unsightly, than the present clay surface,
"When tho Bpringtimo conios, gontlo
Anuio," It will bo mado good.
Mr. Blaine may know wliuthor or not
hu Is booked for a Cabinot position, but
1)0 is not tolling anybody what ho know a.
Since lie has boen In town a great many
peoplo havo been anxious to see him, but
more do not than do. Ho Is getting so
that hu docs not talk much more than
Mr. Harrlspn or Mi Quay does. Thuso
nntl-talking political loaders are a great
nuisanco to a curious and expectant
world.
llrouuU's Team.
fiom jlailiof Facti.
Sir, Lionel Brousli, who, though bcr.t Known
m a comic actor, has every claim to bu hoard
on tho question of pathos, wiltcs as follows
"In uiovlus kituatlons I alflajscry. 1 can't
help It. Jly olcogocaot Itaowii awoid, Jn
u certain paiuetic sccno or a meiourauu which
Iplajed in Liverpool with .Miss I'lilllls Hill,
wo ustd every night to agree 'not to makp
fools of oimelu'8,' as no called It, nudovcry
night thoie would b mutual recriminations at
tho end of tlifl scene, as '1 thought jou prom
lad mo you wouldn't cr)' Atuuor(Intho
Hamo tearful volte, nllh all the malio-up
cashed off): 'i3o did jou, btupld,' Uut
iiiltber of us ever regretted the tears, or tho
way lu which tha segno ncnt with tho audl
incc. "If over I play a pathetic scene with a child
(and in most cases a woman), I am euro to
cry. With men, not so; as In any ilnroestlp
trouble of my own I should endeavor to ro
stialn my tears in tclllnc my sorrow to a man,
but should rfvo them fiee vent In the prosence
of tho other sex. 1 don't think au actor over
can bo said to play pathos properly unless lie
Joels It." Tltosa who havo seen .Mr. Jirough,'
admlrablo perforwaueo of tho old cab-owner
in "Iletlrin,'" will realUe tho valuo of his observations!
Au Interesting Cnntruvoriy,
from Ilurjur't Hatdi,
Bobby They waro talking about jou last
night, Mr. Fealherly,
llr. Featherly Is that so, Hobby f
Hobby Yes; about you being homely
enough to stop a clock.
Mr. Feathcriy (anxiously) Who said 1 was,
Hobby ?
Bobbv Ma.
Mr. Fcatliurly (much relieved) Oh, jour
pa I Aud what did your sister Claia say f
Hobby-3lio didn't tlilul; so.
Mr, J'eathcrly Hlibs borli'iu cr did she
thiuk I was handsome. V
Hobby (uesltatlnirlj; Will or n no; she
said alio didn't think jou could stop a cloelc,
but she though; you mlKhtmaKo It loso time
very fast.
Suits murliul down to 812 00, ei$man',7th & E
COIiOXMi DUDLEY'S IiADY DKFIINDKIl.
Slio Snya Slio Can Not or Ccnso to Ho
Grateful to Him.
Colonel Dudley has nt least ono very
warm friend and defender in tiio city of
Wnshington, and it is a lady, too, tho
widow of n naval oillcer who died hero
several years ago. Slio siys that she
supposes that Colonol Dudley lins for
gotten her, but slio can novor forgot him
nor'ccaso to bo grateful for a servlco
ho rondored her unco. It so happoncd
that when slio was coming to Washing
ton from tho West tho sleeping-car
cattirhtflro in tho night and thmo was a
p.uilo among tho passengcis, who were
avtnkcncd from their slumbers by tho
porter. Slio had her baby with her In
the berth, and was the ou'ly woman in
tho car.
Hastily puttlne on somo of hor cloth
ing and wrapping a blanket around hor
child, slio managed to got Into tho aisle,
which was nueii witii smoico, ami en
deavored to mako lior way toward tho
door. Tho alslo was filled with bags and
bedclotlilng which had been thrown out
of tliu berths, and s)io was twico thrown
down by 'frantic men who rushed
by her. Finally slio was jammed into a
uornor of tho car by two great fellows
who seemed only anxious to got out, io
ganUcss of hor or her child. Tho cries
of tho llttio ono attracted tho attention
of quo of tho pisscngers wUo vras nhead
of her in the crush, and ho called to tho
men botween thcui to "help that woman
out."
Tlicy took no notice whatever of his
appeals, although they wcro sovoral
timos repeated. Then seeing that moral
suasion was useless, ho tried force, and,
seizing a rough fellow who was dolpg
most or tno crowding, no tnrow
him over in(o a berth, and taking tho
baby in his nuns forced back tho rest of
tho men and led tills lady upon tho plat
foim, where slio was safe from tho ilamcs
and was tho first to lcavo tho car. Then,
asking tho number of her berth, ho
crept back into the car through tho
pmoko and brought out her clothing and
that of the child just In time to savo It
from the flames. This brnvo rescuer,
the lady says, was Colonel Dudley, as
sho afterward discovered, and, although
he has only onu leg, ho did somo prqtty
good w'ork that night. She Iswlllintrto
do almost anything for Colonol Dudley
now,
EARLY MtlRXiXO NEWS.
i:nforclnt; Prohibition.
At Burlington, Iowa, an important movo for
the enforcement of tho prohibitory law took
placo Thursday. Tho sheriff mado a raid on a
wholpsilo liquor ostahllshmout nnd seized
about 200 barrels of whisky and 100 cases of
win?. Thq Hotel Duncan saloon was sub
jected to n call from the sheriff last evening.
Mayor Duncan is tho proprietor of this liotoi.
A Ulc Vt'oek of Failures.
Tho business failures occurring throughout
tho country during tho last seven days, as re
ported to 11. 0, Dun it Co., number for tho
United States 359, and for Canada 23, or a
total of 3S7, as against a total of 290 last
week, 311 thowcek previqus to tho last and
27!) tho corresponding week of last jwr.
Failures aro usually numerous at this season
of 'the year for a variety ol reasons, but 3b7 In
ono week Is probably tho highest number over
recorded in this country in that period of ttmo.
IIio Hid Sueur 1'rHtiil.
Tho alleged electric sugar reflnlng process of
Henry U. Friend and his who lias been un
covered to bo n gigantic swindle and Now
York and Kngllsh capitalists liaviT'b'cen v'o
tlmizcd to tho extent of a million dollars, of
which l'rlend, who Is now dead, his widow
and others in tho plot received 1350,000.
A IIIl- luiul Ileal. '
Ono of tho biggest land deals on recqrdhas
been consummated with the Brazilian G9V1
ernment by Now York, Pittsburg and Wash
ington capitalists. Tho principal object of tho
urpmoters of tho scheme Is to open up valua
ble diamond and gold fields in far Western
Brazil, and, In order to prosecuto investiga
tion and carry on the work, a company with
A capital of $2,000,000 Is in process ot forma
tion. Tho grant is for between 50,000 and
(jO.OOO acres of land bordering tho Amazon
Klvcr, in tho region of tho Andes Mountains.
Doesn't Want a Cabiuet Position.
In nn editorial appearing in tho Baltimore
American yesterday General Felix Agnus
states that while ho appreciates tho good will
of friends whojbnvo urgod him forj a place In
I'rcsldont-cloct Harrison's Cabinet ho prefers
to remain In thargo of his paper and docs not
with a Cabinet position.
alio "II," Htrllco U Ovor.
Another conference was hold yesterday bo
tween tho officials of tho "Q." nnd tho rcpro
sentatives of tho striking engineers. At Its
close It was publicly announced that tho strike
had been settled, but tho terms wero not made
pubilo.
A Skololnn AVItlt tho Shekel.
The pooplo of Jaokeouport, Ark,, wcro
thrown into a flurry ot excitement yesterday
by a rumor that a very largo amount ot money
and valuable treasures had been dug out of
tho ground near tho residence ot Jack Hartln
uuring uiu nigui. a. brccicuiu mippusuu 10 110
that of a woman lies on top Qf tha ground,
having been taken out ot tho sepulchre where
tho trcueuro was also entombed,
I to Know Washington.
Pavid Irwin, aged 115 jtais, a resident of
Miuuesota, died Ihursday and wob burled
jestcrday. Ho was nrqualntod with l'resi.
deut dcorgo Washington and other statesmon
othti time, and served lu tho wrr ot 1S12. Ho
was widely known.
Chicago Kdllnrs Arrested.
Tlio managing and city editors of the Chi
cago Timei havo boen arrested for criminal
libel In printing an interview with Mrs Low
eustelu, charging her husband, Ilptoctlvo
I.owansteln, with Improperly obtaining goods
from thelves und pi honors and sharing tho
proceeds with Inspector llonfleld and Cap
laiu Bcuaak,
A Hilsplcloiit Death,
Manuol Fratus, whoso wifo oloped three
weeks ago with a jnuthful student,
has died In Noiwlch , Couu., under clrciim
cumstancts which give rlso to suspicious
that ho had been poisoned,
hllinot Cox nt Church,
The manj friends of Samuel Sunset Cox
aro astonished at tho devotional h iblls that
gentleman Is getting into lately. He not only
oomes regularly tn tho opening of tho House
of Kcpresatitativcs, so as to get tho bcnollt of
the prayer ot tho chaplain, but ho attends
ohureh regularly with Mrs, Cox, who formerly
went alone. His tricndi are at a loss to ex-
El nl n this important change in tho humorist's
ablts of llfe.lmt are inclined to attribute It to
tho lullueuce ot tho tSultau ot Turkey, with
whom, as Is well know, Mr. Con was for
somo j ears on tho most Intimate terms
'I he geutleinnu from Now Vork has uhoson
for his place of worship tho Church ot tho
Covenant, a now aud tashlonablo chuich re
cently built near his house, ami ho tistntly 00
cupies tho pow of bonatnr Hale, who Is not
very regular In Ills attendanue, but, contrib
utes liberally to thn support of the pastor,
Immcdltately lu front of Mr. Cox, aro John
Hay aud his family, anil just ahead of them
can bo seen legtilaily each Bunduy, tho ven
erable father-ln-liiw of tho Presldcnt-okd
und Mrs. Harrison's two sinters. Behind
Mr. Cox, Itepresentatlvo Breckinridge and his
family of Kentucky, havu a pew, and buck ot
them are (iardlncr ti. Hubbard and Ills son-ln-lw,
I'rofcssQt Hull ot telephone fame, Justice
Stanley Matthews and other well-know n men.
How to Out Oir 11 Btrout-CHr.
from Hit UujTala Jixintti.
"1 bat's tho way to get off a street car,"
said lbs couductor, opprobatlvoly. "I know
for I've tried nllwujs." Tho Uxprossloulst
watched the ptrfoimer and this Is what ho
did. IJo stepi'id dowu on tho lower step ot
the rout platform, tinning his back to tho
stitct and facing tho conductor, Then ho
put his caue aud his parcel in tho hand near
est tiio forward uud of the oar, aud grasped
tha rear hand rail with tho other.
RECENT EVENTS ABROAD
Tlin SITUATION IN THKLAKI) MOST
SKUIOUH.
Tho Tenants HopeloMly Deceived A
Great Bonantlnu Caused In London (Ivor
tho Pendants' lteslstanco to t:lrtloti In
County Donegal Tho Now ltu.nluu
Minister.!
London, Jan. 5. 5Ir. T. P. Q'Con
noi's Star expresses, the opinion that tho
present situation in Ireland is moro
sorious than nt any timg since tho pas
sago of tho land net in 1831. 'It is qtilto
evident from tho roport mado by Hie
Irish Lind Commission," the Slav says,
"that Irish matters hayo taken an en
tirely now phase. Tho old land coin
mission has disappeared, and Instead wo
havo a body in which tho tory land
ogont reigns supicmo, declaring in favor
of 11 produce rent, l. o a tent based on
tho prlco of nroduco puro and simplo,
without the slightest regard to tho yield.
"Thus tho tenants aio hopelessly de
ceived and will nrobably now strlko
ngatust paying tho judicial rents. " Tho
violence of the resistance mado, against
tho evictions in County Donegal, Involv
ing fighting moro dqspornto than any
heretofore witnessed in Irohuul, has
created a great sensation Jioro and raised
the question in tho minds ot many pur
soih, hitherto in favor of wholesale evic
tions, whothor tho govornmonl's courso
will not really bo productive.
Adoputatlon headed by Lord Arm
strong vlcltod Loid Salisbury yostorday
to urge tho adoption bv the government
of a compruhensivo scheme for the de
fence 01 tho Hritlsh mcrcantl lo ports.
In reply to tho nddrcss of the deputation
Lord Salisbury stated that ho sympa
thized with their nnxloty and said tholr
request was justified by tho circum
stances ot tho day. Tho enormous of
fensiyo powors of foreign countries might
bo concentiatcd against Dngland, al
though that was not hkuly.
Continuing, Lord Salisbury said:
"Whilo not taking a gloomy vlaw of tho
future, wo must not fail to tako tho
nscessaiy precautions for dofenso. Tho
responsibility of defense rests on tho Gov
ernment, but it is tho nation's duty to
boar its share of tho cost. Ho would not
now discuss how far tho Government
could safely limit the oxpondlturcs, but
ho would ropresent tho views of tho
deputation to his colleagues."
Lord Salisbury's speech is bolioved to
foreshadow u largo naval and military
progiammc at the next session of Par
liament. In a fight in a tavern at Dantzlg yester
day tho master of a Itussian trading ves
sel shot a German sailor dead. Tho
Itussian was nricsted.
Tho Infanta Amelia, widow of Pnnco
Adalbert of Bavaria, had another sud
den attack of illness In tho opqra houso
at Muntoh last evoulng.
The adoption of tho revised constitu
tion in Bulgaria Is colubrated throughout
Servia by thanksgiving services and gon
oral rojoiclngs. Thousands of congratu
latory messages havo been sent' to King
Milan.
Twenty-threo cases of dynamite,
weighing half a ton, have been stolon
lroin ltescuitza, in oouui Hungary.
At tho coming consistory to bo held
in Borne, Bishop Porticrs will bo the
only French Bishop to rccclvo tho Car
dinal's hat.
In 1888, 00,000 Germans emigrated
from tho fatherland, chioily to America,
as against 07,000 In 1887.
Sir John Popo llenncssy has orrlvod
at Mauritius. ,
It is statod that ono reason whv Mr.
Gladstono has decided not to go to Borne
is that ho has learned that tho Italian
Government and the Italian Liberals had
intended to organize demonstrations in
his favov which ho wished to avoid.
Tho Times Vienna correspondent loams
from nuthcntlo sources that tho Busslan
Govorntnont is adopting a frlondly atti
tudo toward Sorvla, apparently in pui
suanco of a policy to lcavo tho Balkan
States to thomsolvos and thus avoid of
fondlng Austria.
Navigation has beon closed by tho ico
at Konlgsbcrg.
Slgnor Ccconi, tho Italian Envoy, lias
gpno to Aden, and Cqunt Teluko to
Egypt. Hon. Guy Dawnry and Mr.
fieikioy navo left wuii a small caravan
for Mombassa, Tavila andMaBailand.
For tho first timo on record a Vionna
bank, the Union, has grautod a loan to
ttio ureek uovernmont, 'tlio amount is
20,000,000 francs.
Among tho changes expected in tho
Russian diplomatic service, it is said that
Princo Cantacuzeno will como to Wash
ington to replace Baron Btruvo, who will
bo trnnsfciied to Stockholm,
Wbllo the audienco was leaving the
opora theatre in Madrid last night a
bpmb exploded near by with a tromon
dousioport. Everybody in the vicinity
wui tluown Into a pauiuand great oxcito
mont prevailed for a time. No porson
was injured, howovcr, but buildings in
the neighborhood wero damnged.
Sovoral Amcricnns ascended a peak
0,000 foot high noar Borchtcsgndun.
Bavaria, yostorday. Thoy obtained
splendid views. Their climbing of the
Alps has boon geneially successful.
It is generally bcliovrd that tliu mys
terious whlto Pacha islleiiiy 31, Stanley,
not Emin Pacha.
SHAVllI) A WOMAN-
Nuw
York Ladles Who Aro Kccular
l'ntrmis of tlio llarliurs,
fiom Iht .Vw York Hun.
"Did you ever shavo a woman?" was
tho queer quostlon put to an up.towu
barber by a customer who was being
shaved:
"Many a timo," said tho barber, who
went on to tell of his experience In that
line of business. "Thoio are ladles in
town who havo rjuito a mouatnolio, nnd
others who havo something llko a chin
beard, and I luivo operated on both kinds,
I shaved tho uppor lip of a lady yester
day afternoon, to prepare hor to go out
to a party. Slio kcops down the growth
of hair by clipping it, but sho wanted to
look extra flno on this occasion.
'Somo of them who are troubled as
bho is, null out the hairs, a fow at u
timo, till thoy get rid of tho whole
growth, and there is now ifn electtlcal
way of removing them, without piin,
from nny part of tho faco; but I know
of ladles who gotbnrbois to Miavo them
at timus, and othois who can shavo
themselves just lllco men. I tell you
there uro moro kinds of folks In this bar
barous world than somo peoplo know
of."
Hero the knight ot tha brush shoutod
"Noxt!"
Tho Old Ollimtlou,
Jtnglnald Ypunif (who has been very ntton
tlyo during the cvenlnt:)--I woudcr, Mlis
Mablc, If you would consider mo liupoitluunt
should 1 ask yoit tho old, old question?
Miss Mabla (aieatly agitated) Oh, Heel
naldl this Is sudden 11 )cs, 1 will listen
to ) nu, U(.liuld.
lloglnalil Well, then, havo jou lead
llobert I'-lkmeruV
1 1
Only 25 cents for u bottlu ot Salvation Oil.
tho best liniment Known. Take no other,
Tho Sun Is 01,000,000 miles away. Dr. Hull's
Cough Syrup costs only 25 cents.
Suits uurked down to 812 00. Elsomau's,7th SsK
XHW YORK AND THE tUIHNET.
Tho
Democratic. Talk of DlssenMou
Mo-
ealln Momorlcn or Ghleiifro
from Ad ,V 1", fnm.It.
Our Domociatlo and mugwump con
temporaries seem to bo greatly worried
over tho dissensions thoy havo dis
covered in tho Ttopubllunu ranks in this
State, and thoy predict nil sorts of dire
ful cahtuiltli'S tb tlioporty if Gcnqral Har
rison invites this 0110 and that ono to 11
placo in his Cabinet. In fact, if our
ti lends tho euomy are to bo bullvod, tho
break that is to shatter tho Now York
column will also extend through Ohio,
Pennsylvania and half a do,cn otlior
Status upon which tho Republicans
depend for success.
What nonsensu all this isl
So far as Now York is concerned, thoro
Is not thp slightest reason to fenr that any
Republican will disptito General Hairl
son's right to select his own ndvlscw or
quosilou lils decision whon mado. Tho
Empire Stato seeks representation atound
tho now council tablo, and two candi
dates aro in the field Warner Miller and
Thomas O. Piatt. Both are eminently
llttedj both can lead thcli titlo clenr to
sterling Republicanism and unquestioned
party realty, and both have tliu conn,
deuco and tho fiiondship of all Republi
cans. It is inovltnblo that ono of thorn
must'bo disappointed.
There are many reasons why this buga
boo In tho Democratic press about "dis
sensions should bo cleared awav at
once. It should havo no pait lu weighing
tliu reasons that aro to govern tho selec
tion of this State's rcprcsontatlvo in tha
Cabinot, Those who attended tho Chi
cago Convention will remember how tho
limld nnd weak-minded wore deluded
into tho belief that Indiana ought to bo
passed by becauso It presented two candi
dates whoso differences could not bo
reconciled. Greshnm's Hoosler friends,
wo wero assured, would "knife' llai-
rlson nt tho polls, and Harrison's friends
there would "knifo" Greshain If tho lat
ter were nominated. When tho Empire
State blushed aside this bugaboo and cast
Its seventy-two votes forBonjimin Ilnr'
rlson it disappeared completely, and has
not been heard fiom since, llo carried
his State.
It Is just sucli nn insano nnd unfound
ed delusion which tho opposition Is try
ing to spread among tho Republicans of
this State about tho rivalry bttweon our
two ex-Senators. It would bo cowardly
for Republicans to desert cither of thorn
because of fear of tho other in his disap
pointment Thoso who know tho mon
need not bo assured that thoy ore not
built that way. Both realize that there
aro two candidates for ono placo, and
both nro willlnc to accept tho ultimatum
fiom Indianapolis.
Tho Republicans of this Stato should
throw asldo this Mugwump twnddlo and
Democratic bluster noout a break up in
tho rnnks. There is none aud there will
bo nono.
m
A lMnco for Alubnma.
from the Atlanta Journal,
Judgo Samuel F. litco, of Montgomery, is
named by Senator l'ugh as tho ablest and most
Ilttlng Alabama ltcpubllcan for a placo in
President Harrison's Cabinet. Judgo Htco is
ono of tho shrowihst nud ablest lawyers of tho
South, aud no political ties over hold him
rery clobely. When a jouuk lawyer, residing
in Talladega at tho timo, ho astonished tho
Supreme 1,'ourt of Alabama, wbllo nnswci
ins tha argument ot nn opposing counsel,
by tho roncatcil remark: "this court can't
ba hornswosgled In that way." Finally tho
Chict-Justlco quietly romnrked to him, "Mr.
Hlce, this Court don't comprehend the mean
ing of that word hornswogs;lo," und lllco ex
plained It, 11s used In tho mountain reulon of
North Al ilmna, as much to tho amusement ns
to tho edification of tho learned court. Judgo
Kko hus'luco that time been on tho Supremo
Court bcdSh. ot Alabama, and llllod tho 'posi
tion with marked ability.
(,q p ...J ,.(.-
Catarrh Cured.
A cl'jffyman after years ot suffering from
that loatheomo diseaso, Catarrh, and vainly
trying event known remedy, at last found a
rcelpo which1 completely cured and saved him
from daath.- Any sufferer from this dreadful
disease sending 41 solf-addrosscd stamped en
clopo to Prof. J. A Lawrence, 83 Warren
street, Ncw,york City, will rccelre tho rccip6
froo of charge,
6co tho S12.Q0 suits at Elscraan s. 7th & 2.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
YTf'Jpa.JIH. FltANK N. CAHVEH, DUILDEIt,
has remQod his ofllco from 1-131 L street
northwest to 1417 F stugt northwost, whoro
howlllboRlad tokoo nil of his old friends and
acquaintances.
lS-
.CONFECTIONEItY.
Confectioner?. Pum Ciindtes. Cakes.
Dos,
Nuts, l'lindcn und Domestic Fruits, lit
OEOltGE W. WEIDMAN'S,
30.) 1'a. avo. s. c.
T7vSS.EAI3Y TEET
rvi" lltuiK lnrtlspensnblo to romfort and
hualth. tho elite o? tlio world 1 1sll J)H. WHITE'S
eatabliiilinioiit, 1110 rennsylvunlii avonuo, opira
silo WlUurd's Hotel, for tliu fiucoesHlul trout-
mint of all Ureases ot tho feet. Dr. White's
twenty-ntntli tonsecutlvo joar of piaotlco in
V.'ashliiEtoii, D c. Fee, SI a slttlns for patting
tho feel In order.
tfs""'!.J01N a'clud NOW AND SAVE THE
Vi7 retailer's protlts. CHllIhWtAS IS
C05IINO AND YOU WILL WANT A WATCH.
Wo offer crcat reduction in prices of FINE
(.01.1) W'ATCHEs, CHAINS, DIAMONDS AND
JLWELHV. JOIN A C1.U11 NOW nnd you will
luno jour WATCHLS FOlt THE HOLIDAYS.
Call nt our oillce, Mr, 7th ft. 11 w., or send
postal nnd our uxenth will call on you with a
lino of sainnlns
AIlltAHAM L. SALTZSTEIN, Jr.,
Manager of 'l lie NoV Y'ork Watoli Club Co ,
olo7thst, n. w.. bet. E nml F sis.
Y7rC3aTHE WASIIINOTON AHCUITECTU
VKS. JUL 1UON AND HltlDQi: WoltliS.
WOltKS, .corner of Wutor and U2d streets,
WashliiKtua.D C. Telephono Call, 128 :i.
Hoofs, Jlrldu'e. 'f urn-Tablos, oto. ltollod Iron
andhteol lleans, Cbunuols, AiikIos, eto. Cast
Inss of every disurliillan. Ornamental Cast and
Wroufflit-Iron Work a sucolalty. l'luns, Est!
mates and Mraln sheets nrainptly furnished on
application, special facilities for Hoavy Cast
ings. Capacity of w 01 ka, 0 000 tens por annum.
EDWAIll) L. DENT. M. E .
Owner aim Uenerat Mnnajer.
vhq5s.ao to mhs. menoeut's, 110 oth
-2i struct iiorthwunt, fur tha celebrated
Columbia Full-wtlKlit Woolen Y'uins, btamp
lun' done.' Altmaterlnls for neeitlowotk,
tSpa.rOItTtlLB OHATJSS,
FENDEU3.
j ( AND1UONS,
I'lISH SETS,
Cheaper than ovor,
Examlnoour etonslva stock boforo purohaslnc
JJAYWAHD & HUTCniNSON,
,ml , 42H)thst.
fcrC-a.an-oGAN's installment house.
V"i HuihiKiemottd tomy NewHtoro,
ami 7 11 Hovouiii si. n w.,
,!. !' v4 H' Bun wuvi'. ...wo tiny
f,r,p.',"f '")Ufe In tho city. Our stook of
J,Jiy?,-, OLCUirilB. MATTIN03, 1
KA'IINo'amiJ coo (inu Hl'OVKS, l'Ali
iv 01 io
if out.
HUU9,
11 r ri
l,K!!J,1.0(,M' DININll-HOOM AND 'KITCHEN
HJItNU'UUE coroploto, nnd will be sold 011
Lrnlltpboaper than they oan ho sold clsowhoro
for eish. ('om mid seo ns and yon will bo sat.
lstitd that
OHOOAN's, 7!") and 711 7th st. n. w.,
IS T)IE PLACE TO DUAL.
All Carpets Unulit from us wo will mako and
lay en tho lloor fieo of oost.
tVCtSbOH. H''NTEH'H IH.OOI) FILLS CUI(I
Krt all liniurltles lu ull Its forms anmtiiL-in:
Sirolula, eezt'iii und kln dUeam spuudlly
cured Also ejiiolIent for urinary and Itldiioy
llkoiises, l'rko l For salu ut hl'ANUiroilD'S
I'harmaay, ltt.Ii ami 1' n. w Opon all night.
Jis,NEV llODKb.
ItOflEUTELSMEltE.
JOHNWAHD, FltEACHKIt.
THE OWL'S NEST, by Wlstor.
HAYMONI) KEHSH W. by Cox.
'1 HE HTOUY Ol" AN Al'HlOAN FAHSf,
W. II. MOHWaON,
10 It FSTHKin' NQKTHWESr.
gr" LAMAR & ZACHRY,
S. K. PHILLIPS, ATTOHNRY9
oe221y bunllulldln, lUl&l'slroU.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
,(1ISNTI.EMKN IinsiWNO TUB COlt
reitstvlo In riTl.I, DlthSaSIIIltm
T1KS, Ot.OVl'.S. vi'SrS, cto , should cull on
1'. T, 1IAI.I,, DOS 1 street northwest.
yV'TSa.COALt COM.
RSCff LOW ritlOES THIS MONTH.
l'lnnn fun nnlni With
S. C. OAftTUIt. lOl'II AND 1 ST11KETS, 3.
W.
WtAM'II VAItl) i 1113 K tstreot.
H. W.
Uilcpliono Connection,
y& Mrs McCaderty Is tho only hat nml
bonmt-framo rnanufiiolurrr In tho city. Call
ana seo her now sh ipe. Meiioliinff and pross
ItiK Hlraw and Volt Hats altered to tho latest
stlos. orders promptly uttended to.
loot) O jtrcetn. Wi
t7tSSj, l'lllVATH LI.SHON8. - PHKI'AHKSt
kyai. for Wot 1'oliit, AunapolW, L'ollcpo,
Civil tJcrvleo und nil otninln illonv
a V KLYNN, A. M , Ivy Institute,
Southwest corner Bth nnu K sts, n. w
tsSfcIiAI)lE3 CAN IIAVK TH Kill FELT
Wjil. huts prosed In tho now 1011. stylos.
Don't forgot number, Whltlnit's OloaohlnK and
Millinery Establishment, tUS Tontli streot,
northwest.
WrJSSiBOUTIinUNINVESTMKNTfllNOOAL,
WS- Iron nnd Timber Lands.
A. E. HANDLE bogs to call tho spooiiu attcn
tlou of persons doiirlnn to aiqtilre suoU prop
erty In lorro or small traots at tho very lownut
prices, Full particulars on application. Ad
dress 1)0.1 -(h Bt n. w,. WathliiKton, D. O.
VCS5S.W. O. JtETZEUOTT A CO,. MUBIO
rV Dealers havo removed from 1'ennsyl
vanla avonuo to their now building, 1110 1'' t u
w, threo noors west of W, 1) Mohos A Sons.
Oldest and most oxtonslv so mnlo establishment
In tho city.
tfrg--BI'ECIALTIE8. ,
CHOICE W'KSTEUN CUT AND LONO HAY.
I'ANNKD OATS
Constantly on Hand at tho Lowost Market
1'rltos.
H. D. COCIIIIAN,
Wholosalo and Itctall Doalorln
TLOUH. OIIA1N AND HA11NE3S,
:317 FOU11TEENTH STREET NOHTUWEST
I-I-OVIH3 OF GOOD DKEAD SHOULD
lS lHli
WIHTB LILY
The best flou In tho world.
Made by
C. W. CISSELL A CO,,
Proprietors of tho Orlplnal Holler Mills,
Georgetown, D. C.
YTrGPiNEW" MU8I6 STOItE -ALL KINDS OP
W"iS bhoot Muslo and Jluslo Ilookss all tho
5o and 100 niuslo publlshod. 1IENKY WHITE,
003 7th st. n w, opposite Talent OlUco.
WjgFOJl GOOD-riTTING GARMENTS
Wir.t,IAl IIAIIT,
Corner Oth and O sts n w.
Wdor National Ilotol.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
WAMLII-OLD GOLD AND SILVEH
bou(thttor cash by WM. FHIEDEHICII,
tho manufacturing Jeweler. 00i 7th st, opp lat
ent Ofllce,
FOR SALE AND RENT.
n HAL ESTATE BULLETIN
T1I03. E. WAGQAMAN, 017 F Street.
Changes madu Wedncsdavs and Saturdays.
THHEE STOKY UHI01C AND 1'liAMH HOUSES
FOE SALE.
2Q10 to 2231 Iloundarv st n w, b h. 4
nna $10,000
2021 to 20 12 Boundary st 11 w, b ll, A
nns , , ,. 10,700
uum 10 'ju 1 1) st, ami iu'ju nnu xirjia -a
st n w, b h, d and 0 rms in,roa
2211tn2J2t)10thstn w, b h.Hrms.... 13,000
'J too 7th st road 11,300
1733 to 17 lt Est nw, Orms I,000
70lto70iFarramitstn w. bb.rirms.. I),ooo
1801 toiao"5L8tn w. f li, fl rms S.000
1 tn 0, alloy bet 12th and 13th, M and N
nun w , 0,000
1131) to 11B1M 23d st n w. t n. -t rs...... 0,000
1710 NY avo n w,bh, llrs 0.000
ll'J.i sotii st 11 w, f h, 0 rs, and u liousos
rear n.000
1311 Dstnw.f b, (Ira o.OOO
3TJ8to33JlP8t II W, f h,5rs 0,000
825 22dstn w.bh 0 rs......v..i'..'.i..J"4;80O
1423 v t n w, b h. 7 rs 1,500
105 to 111 Iiaar's alloy n w. h h. 1 rs, -. ! 000
42J N st n w, t n, r r, ana 'J housosirbar 4,000
2013 1. st n w, b h, ml, 7 rs 4,000
TO LEASE.
Forntorm of 2.1 years, a valuable plocoof
buimcss property on lltlist, near Fa no nwi
rent S123 per month and taxes: lossoa to build
on same.
Rent por nnnum,
list, bet 4th and 8th n 0 Sit 00
UNIJU'HOYJBD rilOPEUTV FOU SALE.
l'cr foot,
H w cor 3d and Lstsu 0 noa
Ost. bet 2d and 3d no fiOq
Mst, bet 1M and oth s w oOq
Hst, bet 1st nnd udn w... GOo
Est. bet 21th and 25th n w 2()o
WASIIINOTON AND ItOCKVILLE TURNPIKE
COMPANY.
Lots 37, 3H and SO, sub-division 812 00
HOUSES FOR RENT.
For month.
22Myrttostnc, 7ra..--v,.., SKI 12
HO Def rces st n w. b is 10 00
72!)NCapst, 7rs .'... IK 00
20 Myrtle St. 7 M 15 00
11 Extsw.Ors Hllll
1 JI K st n 0, a rs 1200
27, 20 and 31 E st s w, 0 rs l'J 00
lSOtKDlhstnw.Ors' , l'J 00
8U2 Essox Court. Irs,,,... , 1100
4B1N Jareso.O r 10 00
STOKES, OFFICES, ETC., FOR RENT.
StrlQ27Dstn w SBO 00
strlTtm l'anon w no 011
8tr aud leltar 212(1 14th st n w ,... 35 r.O
HlHl.u aro, batament.,..,., ,..,. 30 oil
Stablo roar 1 11(1 1 st n w 41 00
Store room 82 1 7th st 11 w 23 OU
Str nnd iVwb oor lOtli and Dound'y sts n
w.Ors ., in 00
40l7thstn w, 1st lloor, nn 3 10 00
Cellar 1613 Mst 11 w 0 00
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safe as U. S. bonds; (1 per cent , payablo quar
terl); hi sums Sloo to t,uoo; small pieinluia
charged,
LOANS.
In sumi to suit at (1 per oent.
'tho nbovo U only n portion of tho proporty on
my books. For full list call at oftluu for bullotin
issued on tho 1st uud lOtli.
FOR RENT-HOUSES.
TftOU RliNT-UNFURNISUED.
1214Fstnw, 23n., 1250 Of)
1.110 F at nw, 111 rs 2(H) on
1 100 Mush nvo n w, 15 rs., , , ldii (17
1 128 Mass ave, 1 1 rs ,.,, IftOOO
17.10 Mass avo, 17 rs 125 00
Pstnw.l'Jrs 12o ()0
112,-1 luth at 11 w, 15 rs lift 00
1014 HI live. 12 rs , 100 00
Kill) It 1 ave, 12 rs , 100 UD
101 1 21st uw, 10 rs 100 oi
1322 l.stll Will rs ,, 10000
1721 Conuavo, llrs,., ,... 100 00
170JPaavoii w. 10 rs , 1)1 117
131 1 conn avo. 10 rs ,.1... H7 no
17281st n w. In rs ,, ,, bd 111
llthstn w, ncarO, 13 rs ,,.. t ill
KHmllstii w, warehouse... HO 00
2027 illllyor Placet) rs 70 00
H17 1Ulhstnw, 11 rs 70 00
202.1 tmuw, llrs , 7000
ir27iwtnw, llrs ,.,.,,.,, 70 00
1IUD 2Utlt st 11 w, Kirs , 0'. (Ml
lOJlinth at 11 w.iors w 00
1 115 Nut uw, 11 rs on ou
13.17 R st 11 w. 8 rs ,..,,..,..,,,. 0000
2012 Illllyor Plueo.Ors (It) 00
bJliuthttn w. storoiuidiiwR... no on
141HNBM1 w. iors ..., nn 00
1701) M 8t n w, 0 rs i" on
101 Ind avo, lln no 00
105 a st 11 w, 12 rs mi no
lDUNbtnw.Hrs no 00
2(M30stnw, ll)r ,,, in 00
211(ll-ltlistnw,3()rs 15 00
J 114 I4tii st 11 w, 10 rs 11 07
2120HlhStn w, lOrri , 4107
raointhst 11 w 4000
1038 Pltrcp Placo , 10 00
1 Km C'li.iplri fct. 1) ri 40(H)
1 K18 ciiaptn t. 11 r ,. . 4000
111(11 haplu st, I) rs ,,, 40 00
1:170 lists w, llrs 4000
21001 lthstu w. 10 rs 10 00
1213 7ttist 11 w, 0 is 3 00
ln.it'Jiiilistii w, 7 rs on 00
iri2i2titbMi w, Hrs 25 00
1607 Caroline st (I rs , ,, 25 00
Htm loth sin w. 7 is 28 00
210 1sttsw,(l rs , 1ft 01)
J2J 1st st sw.tirs 1 in 00
22(llststuw,(lrs ,...,,,. in 00
22'Hstms w, ois , in (10
T ho above houses can bo examined by permit
from our ollico only.
THOMAS J.l'ISII Bit .& CO.,
l.l-'l Fstn w.
PiOTO-ENGFrNG
Haying recently fitted apv
PIIOlO-LMUtAYlMU hl'tllMHIIllLXr
n connection with my PATENT PROCESS, I
am prepuied to furnish
ILLUSTRATIONS AT NEW YOKK PRICES
Phototuphlng on Wood fui tho Trade.
MKURIf5i JOYCE
418 J'.luvonUiNtli'i'tN, IV.
REAL CSTATfc.
rnitOS.A.JIITCMKt.l,,
Ileal Kstnlo Ilrokor. 031 Tutn w. Ttnnm t.
Snnnlnl ut.lnnt.lnn tiaIi! In thn nvelmiifrn of nil
descriptions of roal ostato nad porsoual prop
erty, mining slock, oto.
B
Y.yS.V. DAVIS,
HEAL ESTATE BItOKEH,
mill Km. jid l.ilnlnir Sim llnllilln"
Suburban property a specialty.
MONEY TO LOAN.
TITONEYTOLOAN ON HEAL ESTATE AND.
lx. other Bcomltles without delay.
.TAJ1E9 1". DHOW'.V,
Heal L'stnto nnd Loan Jlroker,
HOSI V streot northwost.
i! i nn nnnT" U,A? on '"l estate
(1) ivuivuu m nmnunts to suit,
II. WAHNEll .t CO ,
oiurstnw.
M(F.V TO MUX ON HEAL ESTATE Oil
first clai securities nt lowest rates ot In
torost. No delay where security Is itoodi
0 auiiKKtr,
aoj7tiiRtn w.
MOMIT TO LOAN ONiMPnoVEDCTTY HBAtT
ustato. MoLACIILAN i UATOHELDEH,
1U25 V St n W,
M
OSEV TO I.OAS IN SUMS TO SUIT.
Lowost ratos. No delay.
1'. 11. BJIITH SON,
Vi'ii Y st n W,
EDUCATIONAL,
",TT. VKIIMIX SKItl.VAHY.llOO, 1101,1100,
1jL 111(1 JI street lud 112a Elovnnth stroot.
lioardlnjr nndDaytJinool for youns ladles and
llttio plrls.
l'ourtecnth year o,ien Wodnosday, October 3,
for rccoptlon of boarding pupils: Thursday,
October 1, for rccoptlon of day pupils. ,
JUtS E.J. SONIEUS. l'rlnolpal.
fllllE UKI1MTZ bl'IIOOIi OFLAMlUAUtl.
TEHM3 BEGIN NOW.
723 1 1TII ST. N. W.
Miss nu.cii'Knvir.REiivicR institute
AND 11US1NESS SCHOOL, 1207 10th st n
w. Opon nil tho year.
l'upus proparcu lor au
uxamiuaiions.
VT01tOOI) IWHTITLTB SELECT SCHOOL
IN I OK OWLS. Apply at 1 107 Mass. avo.,
Sir. and Mrs. W.D. CAIJELL. Principals.
Pupils rocelved t any time;
M1)0.NALI)-EILIS' NUHOOL.COlt.NKlt 31 ASS.
nvc and 17th st, Washington, D. 0.
Seoond Bejslon, Fob. 1 1888.
Miss Cutoheon's Evening Travol Class will
begin Fob. 20, 18S3,
Tho tlrst lecturo on American Lttoraturo by
Prof. Lincoln, Fob. 14, 1888.
For Information address tho principal,
MISS ANNA f!LiA3.
COLLEGE,
Throo entire floors. National llauk of tho
Republlo llulldlnif. corner 7th arid D sts. n.w.
Day and evening sessions. Young men and
women practically trained for solf support, nnd
useful lives. 1'lve courses Tho Fraotlnal Bust
ness Courso, Stenography, Typo-Wrltlng uud
(irnphopliune, l'ltmnn Shortiiand, Practical
English Branches, Dolsarte School of Expres
sion. Seholastla year begins Mouday, boptom
tcmberO. Collego opens for nrrangemontson
anil after Monauy, August 27. Soudfor newll
Iustrnted announoament. . , .
HENRY C. SPENCIilt, LL.n , Principal. ,
MRS. SARA A. Sl'ENCEH. Vlco Principal.
PEKSONAL.
TUSTH'S OLD STAND 13 THE ONLY TLAOK
ft where flrst-clasi second hand clothing can
bo sold at respoctnbla nrlcos. Address or call
at 010 D stroot northwest.
'flU, hlJtVJL'E EXAMINATION QUESTIONS
J onu auswors. Henaiuoto
S.W.
FLYNN, A. M . Ivy Institute,
S w corner 8th and K Bts n w.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
WILLARD HOUSE,
VAS1NGT0N, D. O.
0. 0. STAPLES, Jato of Thousand Isl. nouso,
Proprietor.
milK CLAREDON.
X 1 101 N. Y. AVE-, COR. 14Tn ST.
Permanent and transient guests ucaammodntod,
Modern Improvements.
Cars to all parts of tho city pais tho door.
Jims. M. .1. i;oi.uKV,rroprioires3.
. i'ii 'i '
7rELCKEll'S HOTEU
EUROPEAN1 Wan!
WASIIINaTON, D. C.
ROOMS EN SUITE AND SINGLE.
During tho past summer a now addition has
been erected containing tho most luxurious res
taurant roams In tho city,
no20-0m TH. FELTER.Prop.
A O.UIET AUD ELEGANT HOTEL,
Vermont Avonuo.
T.E.ROESSLE,
Proprietor.
ool7.1y
T
1113 13 Ull ITT.
WASHINGTON. D. 0
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Flro Escapes.
TEHMB-83.00 and 81 00 Per Day.
GILSKY llOUSK,
EUROPEAN PLAN,
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St.,
NEW YORK CITY.
.TAMliS U. UltliSLIN, 1'roprletor.
S'
T. JAMKS 1IOT15L,
EUROPEAN TLAN,
SIXTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE.,
L. WOODBURY, rroprlotor.
STEAMBOATS.
ITtOlOlUOLK, OLIUOWT AMD TItt HOUin.
StoauierGEORGE LEARY leaves Wajlilnston
Monday, Wodnesday and Friday, at D p. m.
Stoamer LDY OF THE LAKE, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, at 5 p, m,froro Sixth
Street Whurf .
Steamer Learv lands at Plnoy Point goln and
relurnlnix.
Lady ot tho Lake lands at Cornfield Harbor
mid Colonial llottuh oil Saturday-!. , Stoamor
Horn Washington dally, Inclintlngsuudays, until
further notice. Sunday nt 1) p. m.
Varo, Saturday oxeurslan, roturn Monday 7
a. m , S3 round trip.
Connections mado at Norfolk -with Old Do
minion Steamshln Oaojoany for Now Yuri;.
Knox and Lloyd Express will call aud cbook
baggage at hotels nnd private rfsldonoaj.
Telephono call-Loary, 7W-U; Mosotoy,
Faro, 52.
V. P, WELCH, Sunt. P. ti, Co.
GEO. P. PIlILLH'cf. Supt, I. A
WOOD AND COAL.
V. Baldwin Johnson,
Wholosalo uud Retail Dealer ill
WoocL, euo-cL Coal.
And tlio Wiishlnetoii Oils Cii.'n Colie.
Coroploto Facilities, Bottom 1'rlaos,
Full Weight and Moaiuru.
Wood and Coal direct from the forests and
mines by rail aud water, and frou from slag,
slate und other Impurities.
01VE ME A TRIAL.
Main Yard and OWco, 1101 R.I. avo.n. w.
lirunoh " " nil A si. s. 0.
Brunch ' " 010 Hist, . w.
Branch ofiloo tor eiders, uornerTonth and I sts.
n, w.
Branoh oRloe tor orders, corner lUth und M sts
All connected by telephone.
DRY GOODS,
"War. R. Riley,
Comer Ninth and E Streets Northwest,
Isoloslngout all kinds of
DRY GOODS
At Very RoduoeS Rates.
B. G. DAVIS,
BLACK DRESS G00D3, EMBROIDERIES,
Luton uml TrlllillililKS,
719 Market Spaco, Wasliiii(ton, D. C.
EXCURSIONS.
MOUNT VHINOX!
MOUNT VEttNONI
MOUNT VUltNONl
8TEAMEH W. W. CORCORAN
Loaves 7th St. Wharf dally (except Sunday) for
MOUNT VEIINON
AtJOoelook a. in,; retmnliu, leiolios Wash-
liiKtou about d.jo p. m.
AMUSEMENTS, ,
V ' . . . t
N
KY NATIONAL THEATRE,
THIS EVENING AT 8
Last Timo of
THE INIMITABLE
-m-
JVIUSEaTTB,
LOTTA 1. ..as Llttio Bright Jlyes
Next Woek,
THE J.'O. DUFF OPERA CO.
tn
KTHtPTOBPRlCK
And
TIIK UEfMAIi STUDENT.
Seats now on sale for bothopciai.
AlMUS5Sn, ERMINIE.
LAST TJ.MIL
TO-NIOHT AT 8.
TO NiaitT AT 8.
ItUDOLl'II AKONSON'S
Nov York CBlno
COMIC OPERA COMPANY.
Prosenttng tho Greatest of all Comia Opera
Suoioises,
E RMINIE,
With tho Original Cast.
Paulino Hall, Iranols Wilson.
juaryjnnseii,
Jennln Woithorsby,
Oeorglo Deiinln,
Kale Uart.
Charles Plunkctt,
Mux Ireeman,
Hairy MnoDonougli,
.John K. Brand,
A. w. irmiin.
Aunlo O'Kcefo,
rod llB.ll. II. F. .Tnnlvn. J. A. Wnrev. n)n.
Muslol Dlreotor A. Db NOVELL1S
.Monday next-THE McCAULL OPERA CO.
N
EW NATIONAL THEATRE.
OPENING OF THE COMIO OPERA SEASON.
.ias. w.morrisscv. .Miinuger,
MONDAY EVLNINO. JAN. 7-ONH WEEK
THE J, C. DUFF COMIC OPERA COMPANY,
From tho Standard Thoatro. Now York,
SEATS NOW ON HALE.
BO PEOPLE, SOLOISTS, CHORUS AND GRAND
.. . ORCHESTRA.
Monday, Tuesday, W odns Matlneo nnd Night,
ATIUl'TO Al'ItlCA. . , ,
Thurs , Friday, Saturday JMutlneo nnd N ght,
TIIK UK(JAli STUDENT,
hvory scene Now and of orlontal Splendor
Laurn Bellini, Hubert Wllko, Agnes htono,
llnrry Brown, Hose Lolghton, Francis Galllartl,
Maudo Wllsou and John Mooro In tho cast.
A LDAUGH'S GRAND OPERA-HOUSE "
SEATS NOW ONALM FOR THC
WEEK OF JANUARY 7.
Annual engagement of tho
Al'CAULL OPEHA CO.MI'AIVY,
(John A. MoCaull, Sola Proprietor and Manager)
. Presenting the great suceoss,
THE LADY OR THE TIGER,
By SYDNEY ROSENFKLD.
Musloby Julius J. Lyons and Atlolph Nowak.
Tho company comprises Lnurn Mooro, DoWolf
Hopper, Marlon ftlunola, Lugcno Oudln, Lnara
Joyeo-Bell, Dlgby Bell, Annlo Myers, Charlos W.
Dugau, Jusephlno Kuapp, Jefferion Ho Anirclls,
Edmund Stanley, Tpllo I'ettlt, John J. llaffucl,
II, A. Crlpps.
Adolph Nowak Musical Director
Tho produellon an exact duplicate of tho New
York proiontntlon.
Prices U5o to $1.00, according to location.
TrUKNAN'3 NEW WASIIINOTON THEATRE.
Matinees Mn.i Tues,, Thurs. and Sat.
RIDE'S VAUDEVILLE SYNDICATE
Tho Middle-weight Champion of tho world,
JACK DEMl'SKY,
Donny Costlgan and superb corps of Specialty
Art Ut 3.
Noxt woek Notion's World Company.
TTARIUS' BIJOU THEATRE.
WEEK OF DEO. 31-IsMatlnees: Tufi., Thnrs.
and Sat. The Loudest Laugh ot tho Season.
FOWLER S. WARMIN()TONrS CO. in their new
and revised version of tho play that has mado
nil Amerlcu luugh,
SKIPPED BY THE LIOHT OF THE MOON.
Introducing now features, now specialties und
nil now music. A brilliant coterie of come
dians. 1
Next weok-HHDMUND & BERRY.
A:
RT QALLERY
OF
THOS. E. WAGQAMAN,
3300 O Street,
WILL BE OPEN THURSDAYS,
From 11 to 1, for the months of
-JANUARY, FEBRUARY AND MARCH
For thoroorof Wnshington.
TICKETS, 00 CIS.,
AT
HARRIS & SCHAFER'S, 1113 Ponna. Avo.
GEO. D.I.OCKHART'3, 1011 32d Street.
PIANOS.
EDWARD F. DROOP,
025 Fl.MXA. AYEME.
Call and examine tho large stook of
Gnbler&Bro., A. D. Chase. Marshall & Wen
doll, Whaolock, Decker & Sou, Urlggg, Grovo
etceu & Fuller uud other
PIANOS.
Pianos sold on Installments, Ewhangoi,
Rented, Repaired, Tnnod, Moved and storod.
ORGANS,
Sheet Muslo, forelun and domostlc: Mtisloat
rndso., cto. .constantly on hand. Uunjo, (lultar,
Mandolin, violin and Collo strings a specialty.
mil
Grund, Upright and Square
PIANOFORTES.
Special uttontlou nf Holiday puralmscn ts In
vited to our
"NEW ARTISTIC STYLES,"
Finished In designs of
"HiaitEMT DECORATIVE ART,"
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Second-hand Pianos at All Prices.
Wm. Knajbe & Co.,
S17 Market Space.
CLOTHING1.
H. D. BKRR,
Importer and Tailor.
Fall and Winter Goods,
All of the Latest Novelties.
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND SCOTCH SUITINGS,
ETC., JUST ARRIVED.
MR. BARR personally fits all garments mado
In our establishment.
1111 Penna. Avenue.
A Rare Bargain.
JUST RECEIVED. A largo Involco of Flno
Engll3h Suitings und Trousoilngs inn chased ut
reduced llgurei wliloh enables us to glo you
Suits, inudu by Piaotlcal Tailors, nt 28 uud
$.!(). worth Silt, and SH).
Fit and woikmausiilp guaranteed.
HARBAN &. BENNETT,
Merchant Tailors nnd Men's Furnishings,
M 19 JSJo-w X"oxl .A.-VO.
JOn PRINTING.
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PRINl'ERS A-NI) SrBltKOl'YFElH,
1107 Kstri.etu w, V'nsbliuiuii, D. 0,
GOOD WOlth, AT VAIU I'ltWES.
PEERLESS DYES
sco tho Sl'J UO Suits a Elsemau'4, 7th & E,
Aro Ino JIF.ST.
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