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TirK WASHINGTON CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10, 1885.
..Hi... .,, ttmmm tuaiOfiinimfni III"" "mhd"f'
I'flr the JIMdlo Atlnnllc Stales fair
vi wither during tlio day, follow oil during tha
oM'tilnp nml night by local rains, southerly
winds, I ccomlng variable, sllalit cIi:iiieoa In
tciiipcrattire,follovvcd by cnofcr weather on
Tuesday ovmlng; lower barometer.
For Tursduy! Local ralm nro Indicate 1
for New Kiiplnnil nml the Middle Atlantic
Ktntos Willi slight cliniiRoi In temperature,
follow cil by colder, cltmrliiit vtoather by
Tuesday night In tlio Middle Atlantic
Tlioi inoiiictcr Itcnilins.
Thermometer millings, October ID: n
n. in,, Ki.'J;7a. m., B5.li 11 a. m., (i7.'!.
October 16: Moan temperature, 00'.2;
maximum, 71"."; tnlnlmnni, JiilM); mean
ulatlvo limnUllty, SS.'.I per cent.
AiiuruiV 1'rank Mnyoln "Nonleck."
Nationai. .lame O'Neill In "Montu Crlsto."
1'oitiiV-"A Tin boldli r."
Hmon's L'arry and l'ay In "Irish Arts
TurATiiE CoMtqvo Allco Hates In "La Mas
UiMHMcsrcM-Mephcns nml Gray In "With
out ii Homo."
ClUCUlT C'OL'IIT, No. 1 dustloo Cox.
Wavls vs. Hlcharils ct al.; Judgment for
cost. Nod vs. Mnryniau; ileath of de
fendant suggested, (two cases). Dobbins
vs. Ullbcrt; Judgment by ilcfnnlt. (lold
stein s. Ilroille; Judgment by default,
Second National Hank s. Larman ct al.;
Judgment by default, l.ouglirun vs. llan
dnli; judgment lv default. Central Na
tional Hank yd. Keller et nl.; Judgment by
default. Central National Hank vs. Toonoy;
Judgment by default. Central National
llniik. vs. Tunics ct al.; Judgment by de
fault. Jackson it Co. s. Adams et nl.;
Judgment by default. Tavlorvs, Wvvlllo;
Judgment bv default. Tolmnii vs. l'liclpsj
dentil of defendant suggested. Stevens vs.
FailcHo; Judgment confessed, Cunning
ham vs. Johnson it Co.; Judgment of con
demnation, llaltz vs. Hregazzl; Hat on scl
fa. Sclserifc Ilro. vs. ll.ieun; flat on scl fa.
Cilllluaiio vs. llliiuienbcrg; suit abated,
lllrch vs. Hluinciiberg; suit abated. Stato
of Maryland vs. II. A 0. I!. II. Co.; suit dis
missed. Latham vs. Withers; settled.
Webster s. llliiinenhcrg; suit nbitcd.
Hehreiid vs. Chnndler; suit nlrated. Ken
dall vs. Wlnebcrgcr; death of plaintiff sug
gested. Hall A Ilumu vs. Mnrtln ct al,; oil
Col'iit IN GnNEiiAt. Term Chief Justlco
Cnittcr, and Justice James and Merrick.
Pepper vs. Shepherd; decreo below nf
flimed. U. S. vs. P.vans, ct nl.; jiidginent
below affirmed., Wortlilngton vs. ltaudall;
l'.ijuiTV Couht Justlco Hagiier. Dig
gins vs. Dolicrty; sale llually ratillcd and
cause referred to tho auditor. Williams vs,
Hates; order appointing Frederick Datus
guardian nd litem. Lemon vs. Fitzgerald;
time to tnko testimony of complainant ex
tended tcmlajs. Spooks vs. Phelps; rulo on
Lawrence (1. l'lctcher returnable October
27 granted, (lodey vs. Oodcy; testimony
oidcicd taken before Examiner John Johus.
Chiminai. Col'iit Jusllco MaeAathur.
Cleorgo Holmes, assault; not guilty. Johu
Ljoiis, grand laiccny; on trial.
Police Counr Judco Sucll. William
Davenport, coloied. housebreaking; grand
Jury. Kclwntd Nelson, colored, larceny
from the persoiit do. Holly Drayton, col
ored, assault; 5 or fifteen days. Elizabeth
dills and Alary Wnlker, colored, affray; $5
or fifteen dnjs each. Charles Williams,
colored, larceny (threo cases); six months
In each catc. I.el Johnson, colored, as
EBtilt; $.1 or Ilfteeii days. Peter Plynn,
profanity; do. lloso Wlnficlil, colored,
vagrancy'; ninety da) son tho farm. John
Smith, profaulty; $. or seven days. Thomas
Flttmnn, vagrancy; personal bonds. Maria
AVnldron, coloreil, do.; ninety days. Allco
Campbell, colored, profanity; .1 or seven
days. Michael Scaulon, larceny from tho
person; continued. Johu Thomas, loud
and boisterous; J.", or fifteen days. Aunlo
Plood, vagrancy; bonds or ninety days.
MniMTT it Wood, 025 Pennsylvania nv
cnuo(lato Davis' gallery), arodolng a lively
business. Their photographs excel In
lighting, prising and finish. Strangers vis
iting Washington should not fail to visit
McMiicnsof the committee on entertain
ment of tho Alexlcan editors havo received
n letter of thanks from tho secretary of
Some genius proposes to Introduce paper
shirts. A eariug paper shirts means bearing
rheumatism. Ith Salvation Oil, howover,
paper shirts might still ho n success. Prlco
IiKV. Dn, W.M. C. IIodeiits, secretary of
tho Hoard of Homo .Missions of tho Pres
byterian Churchln America, at tho Metro
politan Church last night stated that since,
April there has been contributed 1-23,000,
Mulch Is more than tho previous twelve
JfbT Aiiitivr.n with steamer Teutonla a
large shipment of lino Sherries, such as
Amontillado Vintage of lb02, Oloroso, etc.
Sold at tho lowest figure at Chr. Xnudcr's,
No. POO Seventh Blreet northwest.
A house attached to a cab, returning from
Ivy City, ran away itsterdry morning on
North Capitol street. Air. F. Goodrich,
sporting reporter of tho New York IIVM,
wos lu tho cab at tho time, and was badly
Injured, Tho driver escaped injury.
AiiUESTEi), Tho attention of overy ono
who examined tho magulflccut stock of
furniture dlsplajed on ono lloor by Georgo
Urcltbarth, Odd Fellows' Hall. Tho latest
styles ut tho lowest prices.
The new bell at tho Immaculato Concep
tion Church was blessed jestorday with
a pretty and very Impressive ceremony.
Tho bell was suspended from a tripod in
tho lobby of tho church, and on its sides
wero cast tho words, "Santa Anna pro
nobis." AIlss Anua Smith was tho chief
contributor to Its cost. Alonslguor AIcCol
can of Haltlmoro, lu tho absence of Arch
bishop Gibbons, pcrfoimed thocoremony of
consecration. Ho was assisted by Itev.
Fathers Hrodcrick and (lalleii of Baltimore,
1'ather ltyan, pastor of tho church, and
Father Sullivan. About twenty minutes after
tho ccrcmouy began In tho lobby tho bell
was rung, announcing that thenceforth It
was set apart for holy service
If tho gentleman whoso lips pressed tho
lady's snowy brow and thus caught a severe
cold had but used Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup,
uo doctor's bill would havo been necessary.
A MEETftO of tho Women' Christian
Temperance Union was held at tho Ver
mont Avcnuu Christian Church yesterday
afternoon. Tho meeting was presided over
by Airs. Annlo Hoveo nnd nddicsscs were
delivered by Hovs. Dr. Waldo of Now York,
Dr. Domcr and Itev. F, 1). Potter. Excel
lent music was rendered by tho choir and
qulto a number signed tho pledge.
A li'iiillyl, nuking Wi'iipnn.
A most murderous-looking dagger and a
pistol were displayed before tho Pollco
Court this morning, Thoy wcro taken from
two Italian laborers, named Allchael Coyer
and Antonio Corlulno at North Capitol nnd
P streets j cstcrday by Sergeant Amiss and
Private llrlco. They had drawn tho wea
pons on some young men. Tho dagger was
about n footlong and was rudely forged out
of n fllo and could bo used for no purpose
but as a deadly weapon. ThojtorfeIted $'20
Nobbed of UN Coat.
Dennis Aluiphy of West Washington got
off a car ut Thirty-second and Al streets
and went to sleep on tho curb-stone and a
colored man named Ed. Nelson camo along
and stole his bat and coat. In tho Pollco
Court this morning Nelson was charged
with larceny from tho person, and was held
for tho grand Jury.
Wlu-reTliey Will HccU CoiiHoIntlnn.
To-day tho races begin. Afauy of tho
Lojs will go out to Ivy City nnd drop their
money on tho flyers. To-night there will
bo weeping and gnashing of teeth, Tho
wleo ones will seek consolation lu n little of
Thorp's superior whisky. Tharp is at 818
Tliu Circuit Court Adjourned.
Justlco Alcrrlck this morning adjourned
division No. 3 of the Circuit Court for two
weeks In order that ho flulsli Ills engago
incut lu tho General Term,
"AliU'ruoy IJulry Wnirons'"
Fresh Aldcrncy butter, churned every
morning and delivered in lb, "Ward'1
mints, 400. per lb, Also cottago cheoso;
buttermilk uud sweet milk, Oc. per nt.
Cream, ISc. per pint.
A SVWSTIVW 8WISM.V.R,
Tlio (ItMiliiKlriil hurti'y Imposed Upon
by lll t'lileoiitoliifry.
Iho thief wlin, under tho name of Leo
LcsuucireniiT, bus been lcllinlzlng scien
tific pcoplo lu tho northwest, Is well knouii
to Ilia Geological Surey here, nnd they
proiiounco Mm n very Interesting sort of a
cilinliial. Ho has assumed n half dozen
dltTercnt aliases, usually representing him
self as the son or brother of some well
A jenrngo he passed himself olT on Pro
fessor Whltlleld of the American Museum
of Natural History as E, P. Strong of Foil
tr'colt, Kansiis, claiming to bo n son of
Aloses Strong, formerly n well-known Wis
consin geologist. Tho pretender com
lik lily tlicclud Professor Whltllold, who
imllid him to lunch, swallowed his stories
of paltoutologlcul labors, his assertions
loiicemlng his present work on "Pro
diielus," and exchanged fossils with him.
lie went hence to Philadelphia under tho
Heme of W, It. Tnggart. nnd ingnillatcd
himself Into the hospitalities of Professor
llajdcu of the Uroluslcnl Survey. Ho told
Hadenbon ho had JtislWsltcd Whitfield,
was acquainted with Major Powell, tie.,
mid wound up by borrowing $-20 worth of
Haydiii's choicest books. After ho had
gone Hnjdin dlscmcrcd that his visitor was
ihesaino fillow who, a year before, when
ho was w earing a full beard, bad represented
hlmsilf as Piofcssor T. S. Holmes of
Cbarleslon, S. C, and bad borrowed $21
fiimi blm. At thosamo tlmo he borrowed
iW fiom Dr. John LoCouto of Philadelphia
nnd $20 from another scientist of the City
of lliotherl) Love, all of which sums ho
has thus far failed to return. Tho survey
pcoplo nlso know of similar operations on
Ids puit in Cincinnati, where ho obtained
Ho callnl nt Iho Survey ofllco heroin
Wasldtigtoii nut long ago and was asked to
cnll ngiiTn, when It was Intended thai ho
should be arnslcd, but ho failed to put In
an appearance. '1 his swindler Is said to bo
well up lu paleontology and to show rare
general scientific scholarship.
CO LOR VU 0 1)1- VV.I. LO I VS.
11ilrtiilntli AmilwrKury of Thult
OrKiiiilziitlnn In tho District.
The tlilrly-ulnth anniversary of tho Grand
United Older of Odd-Fellows (colored) of
tho District of Columbia was celebrated to
day by a procession of Iho local andIslt
lug lodges through tlio principal sticets.
The procession formed at Odd-Fellows Hall,
on Eleventh street, at 10 o'clock aud moved
promptly nt 12 o'clock over tho following
unite: Eleventh to E, to Fifth, to Intersec
tion of Louisiana nvenue nnd Indiana
nvcnuo to First, to Pennsylvania ave
nue, to ExecutUo JIansIon,whcro they were
reviewed by tho President; thcuco through
tho gioiiuds to Pennsylvania avenue mid
fclxtein-and-n-hnlf street, to Connecticut
ncnue, to K, K to At street, West Wash
ington, to Thirty-first, to P, to Intersection
ol Massachusetts and l'hodo Island avenues,
to Thirteenth, to 11, thcuco to Fourth lbp
Addresses wcro delivered there by tho
grand master, William Al. T. Forrester of
ltlclunond, Va.; past grund master, Thomas
J i. iv l igut, oi -Mount uiu o i.ougo, aiuicranil
uui-ciui, itiiiiuui v. usuu, m uiccil
Mountain Lodge. A grand banquet will bo
held at Wlllard Hall this evening.
A JIft 1'iiim .coiKt" W. ChlldH.
Latt June, when tho International Typo
graphical Union mot In Now York, tho
members accepted the invitation of Hon.
Georgo W. Childs of tho Philadelphia
Lalgir to visit his office, he furnishing n
special train for tho occasion. Tho Colum
bian Union of this city accepted tho Invita
tion and recently scut Air. Childs a hand
somely engrossed set of resolutions thank
ing dim for dls hospitality. Saturday night
last Alessrs. E. S. .Mcintosh and James A.
Dally of tho Ledger ofllco arrived In this
city with a crajon portrait of Air. Childs
and presented It to tlio Columbia Union In
his name. An claborato banquet was held
Saturday night at Abner'a nnd tho gentle
men were uttcrward driven around towu
aud then left for home.
A I'tiliiHMil Jlrowery.
An Important real estate transaction was
pcifccttd last week, lu which Air. Christian
Heurfch, tho brewer, purchased au entire
square of ground lu Northeast Washington.
Tho ground is situated between D and E
ami fclxtcenth nnd Seventeenth streets. Tho
object of tho purchase Is to build a largo
brewery and glvo up his present place nnd
dlUdoltup Into building lots, as It Is n
ratblonahlo, nelgliboihood, and tho
giound Is worth too much for a
brewery. Tho now brewery Is
to be built on nn claborato scalo, nnd It Is
said that a million of dollars has been sub
scribed In (acinmny to push the now enter
prise Tho excavation for the buildings will
piobably bo begun early next spilng.
l'.illloi' Cromwell In Court.
J. Wesley Cromwell, editor, nnd Charles
A. Lemar, business manager of tho 1't.opWs
Aihocate, and cx-Cnptnln W. P. Gray ap
peared beforo tho Pollco Court this morn
ing to answer n charge of criminal libel in
publishing nn artlclo reflcctlug on tho char
acter and reputation of Captain J, A. Perry
of Company II, Capital City Guaids. Thoy
all gave $300 bonds for their appearauco for
trial next Thursday. The unpleasantness
grew out of a factional tight In tho soldier
company named. Frederick Douglass gave
security for Cromwell.
Xot too IM'iink to Htciil.
"Guilty, but I was drunk and lost my
way," replied William Davenport, n colored
man In tho Pollco Court this morning to n
chargoof housebreaking In tho night. Harry
Thomas, an old colored man In tho county,
sworo that about 2 o'clock this morning ho
found tho accused lu his chicken coop and
covered him with a. shot gun until Ofllccr
lihodes arrived. When found he had a bag
In his possession, such as Is carried by
chicken thieves. Tlio case was held for tho
Hlx3IontliH for nn Umbrella.
A dandified mulatto youth named Charles
Williams was In tho prisoners' dock nt tho
Pollco Court this morning on threo charges
of larceny and ho pleaded guilty to overy
chaigo. Ofllcers Penny nnd Ilalloy ni rested
him Saturday night whllo bo was trying to
sell tho stolen property. Tho charges
against him wero stealing a doormat fiom
Commissioner Edmond's rcsldenco, an
nilibiellafrom Alalia Hurr nnd n doormat
from Thomas AtcXow. Ho got sK months
In each case, making n term of eighteen
ItiiNC'ilH Wlut .'eod Itcrmiiilnir.
Osborne llascy and another young colored
rough, passing up Seventh street last Satur
day nlalit, made nn assault upon Air. At.
Aiigensteiu, H19 well-known merchant, and
attempted to snatch his valuable diamond
stud from his breast, Hasoy struck Air.
Augcnstelu in tho faco and tho other fellow
snatched at tho stud. A son of the mer
chant caught Hasoy and turned him over to
nn ofllccr and tho other escaped, Judge
Sncll sent Hasoy to the ltcform School dur
ing his minority.
Frank Alllihell dropped deadlu n saloon
at !!2(l Pennsylvania nveuuo Satuiday night.
Air. Joseph Stclnberger, a clothier doing
business at 12117 Eleventh street southeast,
whllo waiting on ii customer Saturday, was
taken 111 and died a fow minutes later.
Fannio Clinton, a colored woman em
ploy id at Aimer's saloon, whllo engaged In
her work Sntuiday night, was seized with a
fit and died w Idle bclngcarrlcd to her homo.
No, C02 Second street southwest,
Iiiic Illclnvuy Itiibbcry.
Tho pollco havo been notified by John
Young that ho was met by two men at
Noi th Capitol and F streets last night and
robbed by them of five dollars. A man
named Allihael Scanlon was arrested by tho
pollco for tlio offuiso and tho caso camo be
foro tho Pollco Court to-day nnd was con
tinued. A .Inckcy In I, Initio.
Joseph Douohuo, a Jockey, aud a mail
named William Taylor, who follows tho
races, engaged in a fight at tlio National
Hotel last night over a dispute about tho
merits of a horso, In tho Police Court this
morning thoy wero lined $5 each.
AMVSISMRXrS THIS UJIKK.
AVbilt Ibit 1 belli lii'ill Mniiugfiro Oder
till! WllHtlltlRtOI! l'libllc.
A dramatization ot Atex. Dumas' groat
tioul, "Alonlo Crlsto," will bo played at tho
National Ibis wick, with Air. James O'Neill
In tho title role. The drama, which retains
tho leading Incidents ot the novel, Is well
put together and makes n very attiacllvo
piny. Jlr. O'Neill has achieved an excellent
reputation as an actor, and Is said to bo
suppoitcd by n stionn nnd well-balanced
lompnny, Spcilnl attention will bo paid to
the losliimlng nnd stngo setting, so that tho
play will boiompkto in nil Its details.
Tho fit cat play of "Nonleck" will bo put
on nl Albaugh's Opcrn-llouso to night, Tho
pcciio of the play is laid in Poland, and nd
nills of much picturesque costuming nnd
stage t illuming, Air. Mayo, who has been
Lcfotc the public many seasons, presents n
sliongly drawn character In U'ommi'ir A'r
ifirJl, and will no doubt bo greeted by
I'Kiwdid houses thioughout Iho wick.
ItEUZOtl'H 01X11 HOUSE.
"Itlsh Arlsloeincy" Is to bo Iho nttractlon
nt lleizog's Ninth Street Opera House this
wiik, opening ip-nlght. Jnmos K. Gibson
nnd Sniniirl J. IJynii, two of tho cleverest
(omullans III Iho profession, will Interpret
the characters of JtiMvun nnd MukiiUry.
1 ho play Is ono of Harry A Fay's best pro
ductions and runs ocr with uproariously
funny situations, so that each performance
may I c said to consist of ono long laitirh.
Special scenery has been painted for this
iiigngcmciit and unusual stage cffccU pre
pared, ronii's oi'Ein-itousE.
Tho "Tin Soldier" will begin nt Ford's
Opern-Houso this week. This Is nuothcr
of Charles F. Hoyt's productions and Is n
succession of exceedingly funny Incidents
stiung together In tho form of n story. It
has produced n gieatdeal of nililhwher
met play id, and will, no doubt, draw well
The attraction at Iho DImo Museum this
will. Is "Without a Home," In which Gray
and Stephens appear with their wonder-Iiilly-lralncd
dogs, live In number. They
giio a realistic presentation of a very
pretty drama. Performances every after
noon and night,
Allco Oates n 111 appear In tier celebrated
lolo of lltttinn, In "Tho Alascot," at tho
(,'oinlquo this w tek. She has aebloved con
siderable success in tills part.
Tho locomotive and cars which ran oft
(lie track into the canal at Wcvcrtou last
wrik nnd Iho rock which fell from tho side
of the mountain near Point of llocks havo
both been removed. Navigation has been
resumed, nnd boats will arrive hero to-night
or to-uionow morning.
Tho new chapel of Christ Church is
i apldly Hearing completion, nnd tho con
gregation cxpoit to hold their first oervlco
Ihtio on Advent Sunday.
Air. I icy has started tho foundation for
two new houses ou Duubarton nveuuo for
Tho steam packet Excelsior can led qulto
a largo exclusion oil her regular trip to
Great Falls yesterday.
Justlco lluckoy had beforo blm Satuiday
a sailor named Harmon II. Ilaruiouson,
chiiiged with refusing to do duty. The
trial, which took place at tho Third I're
clnct, was qulto amusing, tho Justice hold
ing that no ono knew anything of tho law,
oid overruling tho counsel for tho accused,
Air. Carrlnglon, at every point. Finally, a
ccrtlflcato from tho physician of tho Jail
being piodliced, showing that tho siller
was unlit for duty, tho caso came to a close
by mutual consent.
Nino arrests hnvo been mado in this pro
duct sluco la6t Saturday for minor oITcuses.
Air. Jack Jones, superintendent of Oak
Hill Cemetery, returned Saturday from Vir
ginia, where ho has been for tho last mouth,
greatly Improved In health.
Air. Cloyd Taveuner, at Drover's Host,
was fcoercly bitten yesterday evening by
a vicious dog. Dr. L. V. ISltchlo was called
In and dressed the wound. Although qulto
painful, It Is not considered sciious.
Tho funeral of AIlss Gencvlevo Theckcr
took place Hits morning from tho rcsldenco
of her uncle, Air. Ludeko at half-past nine,
and from Tilulty (Catholic) Church at ten
Temperature and condition of water nt 7
a.m.: Great Falls, temperature, 50; condi
tion, 7; receiving reservoir, temperature,
C2; condition at north connection, IS; condi
tion nt south connection, 11; distributing
reservoir, temperature, 01; condition at in
fluuit gatc-bou6c, 21; condition nt effluent
Tlio Yonng CntliollcH.
Tho Young Cnthollo Friends' Society last
night elected the following ofllcers: James
Fullcrton, president; Georgo Hogus, vlco
prcsldcnt; Al. W. Saxton,secrctary; James II.
Clarke, treasurer, nnd John Bingham, book
keeper. Itev. Father Walter addressed tho
meeting, nrgulng that Cnthollo children
should bo taught Catholicism lu tho public
schools. Ihoso schools are not, ho said, tho
proper places to educate Catholic children.
Catholics w 111 have to pay for tho education
ot their own children, aud cannot depend
upon Iho Government to appropriate money
for that purpose.
Tint Ceiitrnt Union MlsSiloii,
Tho first anniversary of tho Central
Uulou Alisslon, located at No. 000 Pennsyl
vania nvenue, was celebrated nt tho New
York Avcnuo Prcsbytcilan Church last
night. Addresses wcro mado by ltevs. Dr.
Hnrtlclt, tho pastor, and Dr. Newman of
tho Congregational Church. Tho report ot
Dr. E. D. Hailcy, leader of the mission,
showed that meetings bad been held every
night, at a cost of ?8b8, and that whllo it
began with au nudlcneo of thirty-five, tho
millings now havo n dally attcudjuco of
Alleged Jlleunl Immigration.
Advices from San Francisco say: It is
learned that witnesses havo been summoned
to appear before tho Federal grand Jury
Tuesday In the matter of tho alleged attempt
lo bribe Customs Inspector Hawcs by deputy
U. g. -Marshall AIcllcis to permit Chinese
to land from n steamer without n proper
ccitlflcntc. It is believed the whole matter
of alleged Illegal Chlneso laudlngs will ho
.luroi'.N i:cimeil J 'in in Hrrvlrc.
Justice Cox to-day opened division No, 1
of the Circuit Court and excused tho fol
low lug from service as Jurors: J. Howard
Goodrich, Woodbury Lowcry, Joseph Dud
ley, Austin Herr, Chandler Gregg, C. W.
Edmonston, Itobcit T. Pywcll, Edward S.
Wcs colt and Charles Wright. Tlio marshal
wos directed to summon sufficient talesmen
to fill tho vacancies.
SccchhIoh J'idhi Liberal ItnuliH.
' A cable dispatch says: Win. Henry Fores
ter Dcnlsou, Loiil Loudcsborough, Liberal
member of Iho IIouso of Louis, has seceded
fiom tho Liberal ranks nnd Joined tho
Tories, llo Is announced to presldo atn
meeting ot Iho Tories to bo hehUoon. Other
pioinlueiit Liberals nro oxpectcd to follow
his example. Lord Londosbouigh's defec
tion has caused n piofouud sensation lu
political elides, as ho has heretofore been
au active advocate of tho Liberal doctrines.
air. ('luvi'liitiil'H Cminti'rpai't,
Air. E. E. Zimmerman, Iho huudsomo
manager of tho"AIouto Cilsto" company,
lias been greatly annoyed recently by
pcoplo staring at him lu tho streets, At
first ho attributed their cmlosltyto some
dlsairiiugemont of his toilet, and lushed
Into tho neatest barber shop to readjust It.
This morning It transpired that his facial
rescmblauco to President Cleveland led
people to bcllovo they were looking at that
official, who, with democratic; simplicity,
walked among his fellow men, This Is tho
way it became known to him, Whllo stand
in fiont of Wllluid's, chewing n clovo, n
Southern brigadier oppioached nnd begged
him not to forget that llttlo appointment
for which hawn8 an applicant. "Zlm"
tried to explain the mistake, but tho briga
dier retired crestfallen, satisfied that tho
President has guno back on him. To avoid
a repetition of tho blitudcr "Zlm" loavos
7 ni: jvj;h7? aiuvs i..t uw.vr.
Xol l'lrlly lliimicii to Hell t'loivctM
nml aSnUtt ii Fortiitic.
'No," snld n llttlo news jilrl, who
was trying tlio oilier oveiilug to lighten
licr load In n down-town Hour saloon,
"wo don't innUo n ilollnr n tiny, or nny
tliing near It. Tlio boys may
do Hint, nnd better, but vu
can't. Homo of tlio boys sloop
nrotind tho newspaper oillroH nil nlglit
lo get tlio early morning papers. Vu
mustn't do lluil, you know, Then, tlio
boy snvo money, at least the big uiiim
ilo, tlioo Hint 1'lvo In tho Ncwsboya'
Ionic, mid work for themselves. Thuro
U no News Oh Is" Home, nnd wo must
go back every iilgjit to where wo
belong. Then our fatlicM or mothers,
or whoever Is iniiiilliig us, tako away
nil tho money, nnd bent us If nil our
papers tiro not sold. Tho next day wo
get just enough money to buy u new
sleek, and wo start out ngnln. Wo
don't get the sumo clinnecs as tlio boys,
nnd they don't treat lis fnlrly. Jlaybo
we ate not unite ip:ilcl In getting nt tlio
paper that a man wants, nnd whllo wo
arc looking for It In the bundle n boy
will jump In front of the customer with
ii 'Ileio y'nre, sir I' sell the paper, nnd
go i oaring down tlio street beforo wo
have found what was wanted. They're
u bad lot, the boys nro. Then they can
jump on tho cars nnd olT again, no
matter how fast they nro going, nnd till
of us can't do that, though I can."
Tho speaker was n short, swnrtliy
faccd girl, about 13 years old. Her
appearance wns not very attractive,
but nlie seemed to have the Instincts of
n good business woman in her. Sho
did not readily take "no" for an an
swer, but persistently thrust her papers
under n man's nose, and wns only to
bo driven nway by harsh language, lo
which she did not seem to bo nt nil sensitive.
"Ilelgho I" sho sighed, returning
fi oni nn unsuccessful raid upon n col
ored man, who had called In for a glass
of ale, "I wish 1 was n beauty. I'd
pet along well enough then. Not ped
dling newspapers, you know, but sell
ing liow ers. All tho pretty news girls,
sooner or later, becomo flower girls. I
trlcfl It once, but I suppose; I wasn't
pretty enough, for tho llowcrs were nil
withered bcfoio they wero Hold. Hut
thciewns n girl with big, blue eyes,
nnd a face llko a wax doll's, who
told newspapers near mo for
more than u year, nnd always had
n big bundle left when mine worn all
cone. Soinebodv told her that she was
lost peddling newspapers nnd gave her
a little money to buy n stock of llowcrs.
They don't wither on her hands. She
has been In the business a fortnight,
nud last night she told me that she was
making $2 a day, and nsked mo If I
would be good enough not to speak to
her If I met her nl work In the day
lime. Jlean thing 1 She has forgot
ton how often she has come to mo cry
ing and begged mc to help her to sell
her papers when mine wero all sold."
New Yoik Sun.
Sew York Htork Market.
Tho following havo lieen tiirnllied by .1.
Vain o Lew Is, broker, southw est corner eighth
and U xtreets:
HA3IE. O. ":IUj NAME. 0. ' i.':IO
Can Pacific.... "jCUUiTk" prfd rTT'llTivfi
Cen 111 1J4 (North I'a. !MK -"'
CH&y UUjfi'ituM "pref.... IB WjZ
OJKfc btP NY. Con.. UMUIOIV?
DclA;It 08H 09)41 Omaha.... .1SW 3SJ5
DL&W 117 11SS4B " prfd iHVitOO
Den & ltlu a. IS I5H Oro Trans !M uffA
i:rle Wi ii lOrca Hull. MkiMiiJS
KltoiM TT'k TB ll'aJInll.... D5M! ST
Knn&Tex... 87 STKlRendlni;... Itn2! 31
Ills Cen nihility! ltock M..121 I1S3
NJCen 17 IslSlV.l'md 8IWH.1W
Lbhoro.... TiUi feW "prfd.... IHH'llM
L.Vs Nash.... 4J l7H,Tox & Pa. 'Jlj Ui'J
JIaiiCoiisols.llO 110 U l'aclflo . 6.!4 OW
JllehCen.... 75 T.'.TJi W Wi'rolst
Mo l'a toiXfllM WUnlon... 75)61 W)&
N West lWHlOUMI L
Tlio followini; summarv Is by D. II. Tlaln &
Co., M. Lioud bulldins, Mnth and V streets:
II. K. riain Co., M. Cloud bnlldlng, fur
nWios the fnllowlnc oil quotations: Cloied
Miturdny, 107M. Opened tmlay, 107M! highest
IO'jv'6; lowest. 107H: S:I5, 10SJ1.
Tlio follow tne nro the closing quotations of
tho Washington btnelt KxchaiiRO to-layas fur
nished by Messrs. Towers & (Jrecn, bankers:
Washington & Georgetown bonds 1-')
Metropolitan stock lO.'Ji!
Columbia Mock '. 31
North CapltolandOstioot M',&
WushliiKton'.CIty ClaillRht Co 3i
(Icorcetown Gaslight Co Ilk!
Franklin Insuraneo Co 10
National Metrppolltan Insuraneo Co
National Union Insuraneo Co 1
Arlington Inturanco Co 13S
Columbia Insuraneo Co 1Xi
(icrman-Amcrtcan Insuraneo Co 130
1'otomao Insuraneo Co M
ItlSKS Insuraneo Co 0
Hoard of l'ubllo Works OrcenBs Oil
Masonic Hull bonds VIM
WushhiRton Market Co. stock l'.i)
" " " bonds.....
Inland and .Seaboard Co. utouk
" " " bonds CS
WnsblnRtnn llrlck Machine Co. stock lOfiXi
Ilimk nt WnshhiKton 7v!
Hank of VVnhlnt;ton 'M
Nntlonal MitroiHilltau Hank 1 to
National Ilnnkof tho ltejiubllo 153
runners' nnd .Meelunles' National Hunk,
Cltlcim' NutlQiial ll.ink Ml
heennd Niitlnunl Il.iuk
Centi al National Hank Id)
Great falls leu Co
Ileal IMntn'iitlo Insuraneo Co 109
l'enns) 1 anl.i Telephone Co IS K
Clicsaiieuko & I'otiimaeTelephono Co.... UH4
U. . lilectrlo Llcht Co 3
Tlio UalliKm AVicj ot London states that
tho number ot passengers canted ou all tho
railroads in nil parts of the world in 18,
is estimated at 2,400,000,000, or au average
of (!,r,CO,008 a day.
A negro and a natlvo of Japan are among
tlio frcshmcu of Williams Collcgo this year.
Tho Czar cats only ono moal a day, and
ho doesn't eat that until It has been exam
ined under a powerful microscope and tried
ou tho cat.
'Iho avcrogo wlno yield of California is
100 gallons per acre, whllo In 1'ianco itls
only V.M1 gallons,
b'l'EINlinitni'.ll-Sinldcnly, on tho mornlim
of Oitubcr 17, ISM, at his resilience, Jusvpu
tileluliireir. uRCd ao years.
Al'Kr.It-Siiddenly, October 18, 188.1, Infant
koii ol l'lanklln T. and Lllzabcth T, Aekor, at
U'iU p, m iiRcd 7 mouths and l'J days.
bVPIIAX-At his tato renldenoo, No. 1115
rtcrco place, on 1'rlil.iy, October 10, 18S3, nt
11:30 a. m., chat los riyphax), a;ed W yoars ami
IIHOWN At Linden, on Sunday morning, nt
3 n. in., l-onlia Stuart lliow'u, widow of tlio
llerluneinl will take placo from her rcsl
denco, 1K)1 I street, Tuesday nftoinouii, Octo
ber va, nt 3.30 o'clock.
TOO LATE JTO LASSIFY
"lTHHt HUNT A Nuwly-rui-iiMiod
.l1 room! prlato family! references ox
ilmiiRed. T-v iithstn w.
W. R. SPBARB,
010 F BTItUET N0RTUWE3T.
Evcrythlne strictly flrst-class and on tho
most reasonable terms. (Cninp Chairs to!hlro
for all occasions.)
ugiist iiuitnnoitr. '
No. 310 l'eiina. ao. n. w., bet. 3d and VA sts,
L cry thins llmt-class,
o II. L. c.
Wheat-Nov SO-M ROV RSKl 8iK
lleo '.nil flHi DO) i !M
May asj2 mi os os
Cora Nov 40i 40)i iO)i, MH
Way as 31 W I17M .IS
Oats-Nov S5M Sl SV)Z SJH!
Dec av s."?3 wi 254
Pork-Nov 883 640 881 83712
Dee 8 13 8 17H BWi B4J)J
Laul-Nov tiffin rffH !Mi S OJVti
lleo 503 B07K S(0 OW
At Inst, ntlor inniillis of preparation
nnd nftor oiicniiiitorinc; ninny vox
iitloim delay h, vo mo In u position to
uiiiimuici! Hint nil of our Humorous de
partments mo now complete. Willi n
now, fresh stock or (roods nndory low
pi lees, wo nro cnulldoiit of our ability
to pluuso nil TAbTKS nnd nil l'OGIC-
To Introduco this department to our cm
tomcrs extra values will bo offered this week.
Wo cannot enumerate all tho different styles,
but Invito everybody to oxamtno (thoin,
W bother they dcslro to purchaso or not.
GO dozen Merino Veits, nil wool, silk bind
Insniul stltchliiR. nt 50c; thoy are worth 75c.
Drawers to match.
to dozen flno Cashmere Vests, silk blndlnir
nnd fancy stitching, nt liSc; cannot be dupli
cated nt tho prlco. Drawers to match.
A still finer Cashmere Vest nt 73o.
CO ilo?en Vests, cloRant quality of Sixony
Wool, full regular mado, at SI; would bo
&0tlo7cn Hod Medicated Vosts, cochcnlllo
dye, silk blndlns nnd hcrrliiR-bono stitching,
nt Sli leally worth $1.23,
H) do7en Itcd jlfcdlcatcsl Vosts, all wool,
full legular made, at 81.33; oxtiaordlnary
Ladies' Union Suits,
fioralSl.'D and up.
Children's Union Suits,
fiom 59o and up.
Children's Cashmere Gloves.
Wo had such an Immonso salo of thoso
Gloves last batnrday that our stock was left
lu an exhausted condition. It H now aRaln
rcplcto, and vo offer good valuo lu Cashmere
Gluvcs at :.'5e u pair,
Wo havo procured durliiR tho past wook
tlneolots ot Coisets nt u great loss to tho
manufai turer. Cull and oxamluo tho bar
gains which wo shall oiler.
100 doz flno Trench Wovon Corsets, bouod
tluonghout, silk fanned, at oSo per pair.
50 doz Trcnih Corsets, luwhlto, black, bluo,
cream uud pink tatcen, at Wo per pair.
60 doz It. &Q, Corsets, real whalebone, at
Yvo keep a lnrao assortment of all popular
makes of Corsets on hand.
110 pieces fancy nnd hrocado Hlbbons, silk
anil velvet raised patterns, now designs, war
ranted pure silk, nt ISO a yard: you would
pionouueo theni to ho cheap ut 75o u yard.
58 doz Ostrich Tips (n bunch of threo) at OSo
New designs, nt 82.0S n bunch. Wowcroun
able to meet tho demand of tlionbovo Hou
danslast week, A largo stock of thorn on
hand at present.
AU slzei, nt S-.75. Will posltlvoly refund
money if snmo quality can bo purehuscd else
where for less than SJ.13.
316-318 Seventh St. N. W,,
814 Seventh Street Northwest.
Frencli Pattern Hats and Bonnets!
Having concluded to closo our largo production of Trench Pattern Hats nnd llonnots,
wo offer tho following:
IT. i:ic;nnt II no liiiporlpd 1'reni'li lints lit $11.00, vroilti $3.-. 0(1.
S(li:irgiml II no Impiirtril I'rciirli Huts ut l 10.01), worth Sl). 0(1.
::r, Dlcgnnl I'lim Iinpnrtcd I'rcncb Illiti ill 9S.OI), wurth ltH.on.
Ill i:li;iinl l'liin liupiirlfd rruneli Ilnti ut 1)7.111), worth tfil.l.lK).
r,0 Hlcgniit l'liin Iiiipnrlcd rroiivli lints nt D.OO, worth $13.00
Kill Assorted lloiinets tin tl Ilntn nt 1.1,0II, Win til $1(1.00
Wohavponhandwo of Our own Make, very stylish, desirable, ntSI.50, 8I.SI.5), 3
Wo have pliiicd on our counters all the Now and Doilrabln Shape In mi'.NCII l'llfiT
IIAIH nt 81, S1.S3, 81.37, SI. 11, which cannot bo duplicated, nnd nro worth each 50o to 75o
Our IIIIAI, ra.T SII.1MI0UNI HATS wo sell at Etc; sold clsowhcro nt Connd75o
Our slock ofChlldrcn's Trimmed nnd ttntrlmmed Hals Is lnuncni
M are selllnc nlcRant stylet Trimmed Children's Hats nt 01 nnd 75e and SI.
If you want Mlk Velvets, Velveteens, Itlbbons, Ulrds and WIiirs, KIN'U'U I'AIiAOn Is
Ladies', Children's and Misses' Cloaks.
Our slock of Children's Cloaks, MIsos' nnd Ladles' Coats U laricr than wo caro to
havo It. Wo must unload, Wo therefore wilt soil, even nt asncrtllco.
tOtrVo not buy until you hav o Inspected our oxtcnslvo a uortment. Wo guarantoo It
Will pay you to go to
No. 814 Soveuth Street Northwest.
J. W. BARNES,
ftLoial Sliort of It!
Short Length Goods Make Long
Dollars in tho End I
To buy Ehort-lcnBtli ltcmnants nt fully ono
thlrd less than from tho plcco IS THE SHOUT
or IT. To buy threo dollnrs worth of goods
for two IST1I11 1.OXO 01' IT.
And to It Is; everything nowadays Is ocon
omy. Tho Government economizes by cut
UiiKdowii tho forcei nnd reducing wages.
Why, then, should not you uso ooonomy and
buy where your hnrdcamod dollar doos the
most isoodf Tho following lino of goods, Just
received for this week's salo, will glvo you an
Immenso selection In Hbort-lciiBtll ltcmnants:
1 lot of UnblenehidCottoii, short ends, 8HJo.
1 lot of heavy Unbleached Cotton, one yard
vvblo, short ends, 5Mo.
1 lot of l'cquot Unblcaihod Cotton, 1 yard
Wide, short ends, Co.
1 lot of Illcachcd Cotton, short ends, JHo.
1 lot of Androscoggin Cotton, 1 yard w ldo,
shoi t end", HMo.
1 lot of Fruit of tho Loom, short ends, 7H;0
1 lot of l'rldo of tho West, short ends Sljjc.
i!,wx)iK)unds of extra Canton l'lannol, at
15o per pound.
1 lot of Unbleached Canton riauucl, short
1 lot of Unbleached Canton l'lannol, oxtra
heavy, short ends. 8ke.
1 lot of Unbleached Canton Flannel, trlplo
extra, short ends, UHo. , , .
1 lot of triple extru Dlcachod Canton I'lan
ncl, short ends, lOe. ...
1 caw of 10-1 Unbleached Sheeting, short
l caso of 10-1 Unbleached fehootlng, short
1 caso of 10 1 Unbleached bheeting, best
quality, short ends, Wo.
500) ants of 10-1 Illcachcd Sheeting, short
SOO j arils ot 10-1 Uloaclicu thooting, better,
short end", lbc. ...
Six) yards 10-1 Bleached Sheeting, host, short
l cafo nf jolted Amoskeog Apron Gingham,
1 caso of Toilet Crash, 1 yards for llo.
SCO yards of All-wool lied l'lannol, short
iso'ynms'of All-wool Twill l'lannol, short
too v arils of All-wool Medicated Flannel,
wnriantiil.ebortends. Oo. ,
1 lot of Whlto Homot Flannel, M wldo, shoi t
I enso of Cotton Worsted Cress Goods, short
1 lot Merrimack Shilling Prints, short ends.
j cneo of Simpson's Mourning l'rltits, short
W) yards of Itevcrslblo Dress Lining, short
1150 ynrds of llody Jean, short ond", ljijo,
1,000 ) nids of bllecla, all colors, sliort ends;
I lot of Tycoon Hop, splendid patterns,
riiort ends, Viiio.
l loi ol i-aiiu jjeruer, uu siiauc?, suurr euus,
ot of Whlto Tablo Linen, short ends, 17e.
100 dozen Towels, So.
to doyen Turkish lted Doylies, Mo per doz.
100 hlto Iloney-comh bprcids, a'Jo.
500 8-1 Fancy Tablo Linen Cov ers, OOo.
UnlaunilcH'd bhlrts, linen bosoms, SVj.
DOiloz. Windsor Ties for ladles uud children,
15 different designs, Ule,
110 doren more or the Combination Mluttou
no doien Fleei od-llnctl Ilcrlln Cllovos, 5c.
llluek and whlto Lace Fkhus, 'iio,
75 do7en Coisets, SSlo.
New lot of Misses' Jersoys, nil wool, with
50 dozen more of Ladles' Jerseys, braided,
Ulngliom Umbrcllns, 20, S8, 3'1 and 32 Inch,
l(l-rlb Gingham Umbrellas, 89e,
lOOAlpaeu t'mbiellas, paragon frames, !o.
3 doen Tvv 111 hllk Uinbrullns, 28 Inch, Sl.Tti.
10 boxes of bcajyCheulllo l'llugu, lu black
Tim I.utcht NiUolly lu I.udles' tVrups,
fienrr Mum In, to Mulch Tnlliir-imiilu
1 lot of bluik, blown, mjitlo, garnet and
1 lot of IniL'ersIzo, same colors, St. 10.
1 lot of stlli larger m, embroidered to tho
goods, S2.lt). All tlio best dink shailos,
Forhhois, Carpets, Mllllueiy and Winpswo
Double Combination Storo,
ltill A llil.'l Clrvi-iitli St. K. II.
C3fOiders bv mail promptly tilled.
I if (ionds delivered to any part of tho city.
H ATS i AND CAPS.
New York Hats.
Tho Fiftli-nvenuo Fall StyloaSllli nnd
Derby HntB Introducod by Dunlnp fit
Co., now ready nt
WILLETT & KOUFFS
110.1 I'ciinmlrnnlit Avoinio Kiirllivvost.
In II. YOUNGS, HTKAM OAlll'm1 CLHAN-
lug and renovating works; fuatbors l on
ovated, mattresses mado ovor, furniture
steamed and mollis destroyed. 1 Vi'i Va, live,
l'actory, corner 5th uud U sts. s. o,
In Art Colors.
HOUSE & FRESCO PAINTING.
DESIONS AND ESTIMATES FUllSISUKD.
OAKri'.TK AX1 KAIMtlOS.
Agents for Morris & Co.
P. HANSON HISS & CO.,
Hli I'lrti'C-iitli HtroetX. W.
We Invito an Examination of Oar
ItECKNT IJirOHTATIONS I'HOM
London, Berlin and Vienna,
Added to vvell-sclcctcd purchases of
.A-Tn e:r?cai:n. G-oocis
Makes nn attractive exhibition of
Novelties and Useful Articles.
HAYWARD & HUTCHINSON
l!ii Xlntli Htrcct X. Y.
Colored Tissue Paper,
Iti:i CKDAIt CAItl'JIT UMNO.
805 nnd B07 D St. Northwost..
npiinvEitY riEST business ten made
jl. com oy an
bend 7 2-ccntSMf&JryJtrfc
stamps for sam- :va&-)'JsJBai2HiilSL
Ington l'honogrnphlo lloadqunrtcrs, Washing-
ton, P. a.
Buy Your Books and Stationery
WIIAKVE3 AND ItAILUOAD YAHD
12tU and Wator Bts. 8. W.
BKANCU YAI1DS AND OFFICES.
(Uonnectod by Tolaphone.)
1202 V etreot northwost.
1515 Seventh street northwost.
171U rennailvanla avo. northwest.
1112 Ninth street northwost.
Corner !!J nnd K streow northweit.
221 1'cnnsvlvanla avo. southvvos
For Generating Steam.
For CooMne; l'urposes.
For Heating by fumaco.
For heating by hatrobo.
For Opcu Gratos,
It is Easily Ignited.
It .Makes n Quick, Hot Flro.
It Docs Not Hum Out tho Grate,
It is Economical.
It Will l'ay to Try It.
FOIt SAl.ll 11Y Till!
Washington Gaslight Com'y.
10 nushels, Crushed
'Hi lliifhcls, Criiohcd
40 llinihels, Not Crushed....
S3 llushcls, Not Crushed....
. 2 60
.. S 00
raVDcllvcrcd to Any I'art of Washington
or Ucorgetovv n.
437 SEVENTH ST11EET N. W.
O. P. BURDETTE,
DEALKll IK HUILDINQ S0WLIE3,
003 to OU U street northwest, uoxt National
Architectural Iron Work. Comont, Plaster,
Flro llrlck, Flro Clay, WftUBlato, l'alutu, Oils.
f ANCY C000S.
IT IS Tl TROTH
Aim KOTIHKO BUT THE TRUTH,
New m lieiT Stars
Ih Helling (lilt to C'limn ItiislncsM.
Among tho goodi to bo sold nt your own
prlco Iiioo0d()7en IjkIIci' andJIIsseV rnnoy
13 doren Ladles' Vests.
A lot of l'clt Hats nnd llonncti.
Tliotisniids of Straw Hats nnd llonncts at
half tho usual price.
Ten thoiintid vds ltlbbon, nil widths and
slindei, besides huge uortmcnti of Flowers,
Feathers, Wings and Jlllllncry Uoods gen
erally. Nn M IlliiiiF Store,
D.'tt) Hcvcnlli Htrcct, iivnrK.
007 i'j:nnsyi.vania avenue.
Drcsics I'.lcgantly mado In the Latent Stylo?
by 1 Irst-clnsi Artists. Tnllot-mado Suits n,
Specialty, Drcssrn, Cloaks and JInntlos Cut,
Mtli d nnd Drntied at Itcnsonnblo Prices. All
Work Done v lib Promptness and Fully Ouar
IJVDIES' TAII.OH AND HAllIT-MAKEIt,
7UOSevintecnth Strcot Northwost,
Will muko I-nillcs' llrcssoi, etc, during Sep
tember and October at the following prices:
Cloth Costumes, Ladles' own material', $15;
Coats, Sit): Nevvmarkcts, Sir.; Ilcatrlce, SIS;
Hiding lliilills, SIS; bilk Costumes, 815; Even
ing Deception Drcs-cs, etc., SIS mm upward;
Cloth Coitumcs, everything furnlKJied, from
S 10; other garments torronpondlngly. Special
uttenllon to Wedding Outllts, In which Jlr.
Whllo bus made a great snecos. Cutting nml
ritllnif. Patterns mado to order. soiUtt
VVlifi HTOCIC OF
For ladles, Children and Uentlcmcu.
WM, R. RILEY,
nilcy lliitlillnc. for. Dili nml i:ni.ii.tt
IVo Oiriii-rirst-CliiKHO rorCont. llouilK
fur liivextineiit, Wlileli Wo Clin
lteeoillllluuil to rernolMtVlMliIllg
Special attention given to Departmental
nud other Collection-!, liny nud soil United
States bonds nud All District Securities. Wo
DRAFTS AND CIKCULAlt LETTERS OP
CIIED1T ON EUItOI'E AND THE EAST.
TOWERS & GREEN,
no. 1 133 r stiu:i:t noktiiwust,
Washington, 1). C.
CAMPBELL & CO.,
StGGt Grain, Provision anil Petroleum
1420 Ponna. Avo. (Up stairs).
Direct ilio lo How Yurie nml Clilcngo
J. VANCE LEWIS,
Stocks, Grain, Provisiona
T.o Dioit llulldlng, Illghtn and Fsls.
Largo nnd Small Quantities. Strictly on
Commission. I'rtvnto Wires. Constant Quo
tations, ooco opon from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
B. K. PLAIN & CO.,
Grain, Provisions, Petroleum
ST. CLOUD 1IUII.DINO, 01 II il V STS-,
Washington, D. C.
City references National Ilauk ot tho Ko
Chicago Coricspoiidcnts-MILMIND, EOD
MAN .V CO.
Constnnt qtiotatlnm of tho Chicago and
Now Yoik Jlaikels from direct private wires.
F. II. I.1LLEV. T. A. KENDIG.
F. B. LILLEY & CO.,
IIANKllIlS AND llltOKUIlS.
Stooks, Bonds, Grain, l'rerhious aud
I1S7 F STltEET,N. W., WASIIINOTON, D. C.
Drnnch Ofllco No. I South Uullldaysticct,
FIREMEN'S IMMCE CO,,
;lilillii'(l by CiiiigioitK, IS37.
Capital, $200,000, Surplus, $164,000
HWE BUILDING, H, E, Cor, QjventU Btreet
and Louli'.aaa Avenue,
AI.1IE11T A. WILSON. President.
THUS. I'AIIKUH, Vleo-I'rosldont.
U. W. 1IOWAIII), Pecietnry,
1(. II. IIAZAltD.Ass'tbeo'y.
National iMclrofdilan Firkins. Co.,
UKl I'll. Ave. N. AV VViisbliicton, D, O.
CAH1I CAPITAL, $100,000,
EDW'Altl) CLAHK, 1'rei.
HAJHUEL CI10SH, Beo'y. niill-tf
II, W, CLEOO'S
Coiilbllliltlon l.iittur-hlH'iitiiiiil Ihivclopn
For Itteis, NutleoH. Hills, Htnteinonts, Clr
riilars of nil slws; lu hoxe of IU, CO, 11W, SM,
iW mid 1.W1I each. ...
Will dlsH)iiso vrllli Envelopes,
Will save Weight In Postinto,
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1110 Now York uyontio.
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