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GOD REIGNS
t Continued from Vlrst rune
ns liy nny menus n gooil Inillcntloii IIo U
not nt nil rcllorcil from tlio danger wlilcli
may nt nny moment provo fatal JIc
linil scarcely flnUlicd tlio sentence which
wns n siinimliignp of tlio conversation wlicn
Mr Jiickanl ono of tlio confidential
doorkeepers nt tlio cottage put Ms head In
nt tlio cast door of tlio Klberon reception
room but with nn evident underlying nuil
deep excitement and beckoned to thedoctor
Who nccompmed by tlio reporter followed
tlio mosscngor Oneo outside tlio hotel Jlr
Hlcknrd said
TlioIrcHlilciitHreiiw t ho Mnltlng
Inil
All three hastened townnl tlio lines and
this soven minutes nftor life had departed
was tlio first whisper of immediate dangor
and It was sent out as a bulletin sovcral
minutes before It was known from nny
other source At tlio guard lino tho three
gentlemen met dipt Ingalls lu chargo of
tho troops and asked hastily
Is It as bad ns reported
It Is I nin afraid was tho answer 1
Just met my scrgemt on duty going to tho
camp surgcou for somo mustard
This was tho first knowledge given of the
fact that new rigor tlio third In twenty
four hours had set In At this moment n
gentleman was seen coming down tho cot
tago steps who proved to bo Btr Warren
Young ono of Prlrato Secretary llrowns as
nhtnnts Of him tho icportcr asked
Isthonows worso
Yes was tho reply worse It Is all
over Ho Is dead
Tlio Ilrt Nchs
This was tho first news of tho ovent the
first annoiinccmcut outsldo tho cot luge and
tlio first telegraphed to tho country The
ilrst alarm had been caused somo minute
before ISIcknrd and Atchison tho two
tloorkccrcrs hnd been rcllovcd of duty a
Jlttlo after 10 o clock and tho outer post of
tho houso had been given over to tho soldierw
for tho night as had been customary Tin
doors wcro closed and locked tin
lights turned down and tho surgeons ami
till but tho nurses had left tho plnco nnd tin
grounds forbidden to every ono for tho night
Tho two doorkeepers had crossed tho lawn
nnd seated themselves on tho eastern vemiu
la of the Klberon whero thoy could sco
tho outlines of tho houses tho ocean in the
war Thoy had only been seated a fowi
jnlnutcs when tho lights in tho houso were
turned Up aud there was an evident com
motion Tho turning up of tho lights nt
tho Will to Houso had for weeks
been a signal to tlio surgeons Attendants
and nowspapor men aud tho two door
Dccepers hastened rapidly to tho cottago
only to bo hastily scut out find all
tljo doctors who wcro within
reach and they delayed only long enough
to hear tho words Tho President is sink
ing rapidly
Olllcinl Account of the Dentil
At 1130 p m yesterday Attorney-Gen
eral JlncVcagh assembled nil members of
tho press together at Klberon nnd gavo tin
following olllcinl statement of tho lrcsl
dents death
At 10 oclock I telegraphed to Mlnbtor
Howell Shortly before tliut timo Dr lillss
Intel seen tho lrcsuleut anil luuml him com
nllln 111 Ills hllA nt 1 lil n1 4lit Mn
VVVIVV I M4 IUaV Ul Ul OUl kt -
illtionsiiromlsliiKn quiet and comfortable
night lr Bliss asked tho President If ho
felt any uneasiness discomfort or pain nnd
tho President answered Not nt nil Soon
uftcr this tho President fcllnslccp and then
jr miss rctircei to ids room across tlio nail
Gen Swalmaud Col Itockwcll after the re
tirement of Dr Jlliss staid with tlio Pros
dut About fifteen minutes nftcr 10 oclock
tho President awakened aud told Clen
Hwaim that ho was suffering great pain
placing his hand over tho region of his
Iicart Dr Bliss was at once called from his
loom across tho ball When ho entered he
found tho President unconscious without
nuy pulse nnd with tho action of tho heart
nlmost Indistinguishable Dr Blls3sald nt
unco The President is dying IIo then
immediately directed ucn Swaim to send
for Mrs Garfield who was in another part
or tho house nnu tor JJru Akiiow nnd lliunll
ton who wcro in tlioir apartments nt
tho Elberon nnd for Dr Boynton Thoy
nil repaired to tho Presidents bedsido at
onco Tho President lcmaincd in n dying
condition until iuio o cloclcat which time
life was extinct Tho President said noth
ing after his uttcrauco to Gen Swaim He
filed of somo troublo with tlio heart The
Mirgcous say tho troublo was probably ncu
lalgia of tho heart but of courso that is
ns yet uncertain I nt onco notified the
vico Picsidcnt of tho Presidents death
I nlso cabled tho announcement to
Minister Lowell ns well as I could I also
nttomntcd to have tho announcement reach
Secretaries Blalno and Lincoln who were
nt that timo on their way hither from Bos
ton Tho other members of tho Cabinet
wore at their rosnectlvo apartments at the
Vffst Kud nnd wore nt onco summoned
unoy aro Jicronownuu wo nro nil togctlici
in consultation Tho result of tho consul
tation will bo given out as soon as it is at an
end All tho relatives and near frionds
mvo been telegraphed tho nows of the
ATCsiucni3 ucatn
Uiio Olllcinl Announcement to tlio
Vlcc lreHlllent mid f lie People
At 1223 last night tho following ww
Knt to Vlco President Arthur
It bccomesoiir painful duty to inform you
of tho death of President Garfield and to
nuviso you to take the oatn or olllco ns
President of thu United States without do
lay If It concurs with your judgment we
win no very gian it you will come ncro on
tho earliest train to morrow
William Wikdom
Secretary of tho Treasury
William II Hunt
if Secretary of tho Navy
i Thomas L James
4 Postmaster General
Wayne MaoVkaoii
j Attornoy Gcneral
3 J KlItKWOOD
Pecrotary of the Interior
The doctors sent out tho following notifi
cation
Elbeiiov N J Sopt 191130 p m The
lros Uent lied at iuio Alter tlio ml ctln
was Issued nt half past flvo this oreulug the
IPreeiuont continued lu inucii tlio eaino con-
IjuTdltJon 4l during tho nfternoou tho puls
arylng from lfti to 100 with rather In
creased forco nnd volume After taking
jioumuinciii no ich into aquioi sicop about
thlrtv fivo minutes before Ills dentil nnd
whllo asleep Ills pulso roso to 120 ami was
somewhat more leclilo At ten minutes
after ten oclock ho nwoko complaining of
eovcro pain over tho region of tho heart
and almost immediately becamo uncou I
sclous nnu reused to brcatuo nt lUlo
I W Bliss
Pkakk II Hamilton
IX Hayeh AaNrw
Slow tho Kcim Vi Itccclvcil Here
The cbuicli bells rlnglngout at tnldniglit
pqp mm nr news 10 iuo cuy g
s iuf iniwHinanw map rrcsiaout uurileiu was
- lend Of courso tho fact of IiU death wu
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THE EVENING CRITIC WASHINGTON D 0 TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1881
nindo known to pcoplo returning from the
theatres by newsboys rushing hero and
tlierowlth extra editions of tho newspapers
Not until tho edition of Titr CitlTic
ippcarcd however was tho olllclal anil
correct tlotcincnt of the death given How
inlckly tho dark streets filled up with
pcoplo I Men wolnun nnd children appeared
ipon tho thoroughfares though It was
ino timo before tho public was willing to
iccept tho sad truth
limping the lly in Weed nt Moe
Thcro was no stronger corroboration ofi
tho news needed than tho sudden
uico of men with ladders tho sharp stead
strokes of hammers nnd tho nlmnst simul
taucous lighting up of sloros as tho duty of
ilraplng tho city In mourning began Thl
ivork kept up tho remainder of tho day and
is still In progress Public and private
buildings stores nnd places of business gen
erally churches nnd places of amusement
dlnllko wear tho sombro
atlvo of tho natlonn grief Dry goods
stores wcro thrown open immediately aftei
tho sad news was received and tens ol
thousands of yards of mourning goods wcnlj
imposed oi several oi tlio larger dry good
stores anticipating tho
supplies of black goods In stock having
purchased It conditionally nnd a great deal
of which tbey had sold conditionally nlso
to bo delivered In consequence vcrj
shortly nftcr tho nows arrived theso store
wcro In a stato of commotion Clerks
porters and others wcro busy nnd wagons
loaded with black crapo amt cambric were
very soon on tho wny delivering orders
The Xcnw Carried fotlin Will to Ilunve
Tho reception of tho nows nt tho White
Houso was under peculiar circumstances
When tho telegraph boy with tho sad
isago from Prlvato Secretary Brown arrived
thcro ho found only two persons about the
place Ono was n policeman tho other
messenger Both wcro asleep Tlio house
was dark and as silent as tho grove Noih
of the clerks or other employees wcro around
Shaking the policeman who sat lu tho dooi
nodding tho telegraph boy announced hi
presence What havo you thcro nsked
tho officer A death message the boj
mswered and then
IlllrsllliK Into Tears Adilol
Tho President is dead In nn Instant
Itliootllccr nnd his companion sprang to thcli
feet nnd tho messenger was dispatched foi
Assistnut Secrctary Pruden In a few
minutes uuito crowd gathered on tin
portico expecting that somo details of the
deatli would bo received but nono came
Tho houso remained dark and silent No
lights sliono to indicate what great sorrow
had fallen upon tho placo It
was expected that Mr Pruden would
repair nt onco to tho mansion
but ho did not go there IIo received the
ad nows at his residence nnd Bent word to
tho Whlto Houso that ho did not think it
ucccssary for him to go thcro until this
morning
AhsIsIiiiiI Secretary ofNtuio Illtl
who had Just icturncd to tho cltywas called
upon at 1 oclock this morning and asked
what steps would bo taken to day with ref-
eronco to tho great calamity Ho declined
to speak on tho subject Col Corblu was
seen next IIo could say nothing ofilcially
At tho Jnll
As stated lu tho extra edition of Till
Critic last night tho jail was strongly
trardciV Tho reserve forco of police Was
hold lu readiness to proceed to the
Jail nt n moments notico nnd the
local militia was held under arms
Tlicso precautions wcro taken In
tho event of auy attempt to get nt Gulteau
tlio assassin to lynch him It was reported
that somo such attempt would bo mado but
thcro was no demonstration up to n late
hour A quiet curious crowd surrounded
tfco jnil bowovcr About 3 oclock this
morning a party of nbout thirty roughs
rived hero from Baltimore A telegram
from that city announced that their mis
sion was
To Lynch Cnltcaii
When thoy arrived hero bowovcr thoy
found nono to co opcrato with them and
thoy proceeded to tho Baltimore Potomac
depot whoro they lingered until morning
About 230 oclock this morning n hack
containing eight men drove up to tho jail
Thoy stated that thoy had mcdlclno for the
prisoners They wcro driven otf promptly
This jllornlnir
Tho morning broko over tho quiet
aillictcd city nnd found tho ovidonces of
Krlcf distributed everywhere throughout
litslcngth nnd breadth and expressed In the
various ways by fostoous and columns of
crape flags at half mast closed business
houses nnd tlio nnxious reverent quiet
conversation to bo overheard on ever
unnu
Tlio display of mourning has scarcely
been equaled hero and tlio tasto and skill
with which It was arranged was occpton
illy cflectlvo Seventh street led In the
tasto and quantity of Its decorations the
largo stores bolng draped with tlio greatest
caro nnd beauty Market Spaco was the
next in claborato festooning but every
street In tho entire city showed a great ileal
of black cloth and from hundreds of house
tops tho flag nt half mast could bo seen
An Ineriiilliirjr w retell
Tho only demonstration or an Inccn
diary character was presented about 2
oclock this morning by a drunken street
peddler and sword swallowcr who delivered
i vigorous appeal to n largo audlonco to fol
low him to tho Jail and lynch tho assassin
Tho man proposed to arm any number of
men who would accompany him aud hinted
darkly nt tho weak nnd vulnerable points
of tho jnll Ho was arrested nnd locked up
An unlucky Individual narrowly escaped
the fury of tho crowd nt nbout 1 oclock
mis morning wiucli was oxeltcd liy n
llippant remark ho had mado upon tho nil
ibsorbiug topic
TheatrcN nil Cloned
All of tho theatres havo closed for the
weekou account of the death of President
Garfield Tlio swift quiet and Immcdlnto
tribute of respect to tho dead chieftain is a1
beautiful ovldcnco of tho nobility and com
mon senso respect so peculiarly American
It is understood as a fact that no theatre In
America will ho open until after tlio funeral
f our President
Messrs Umersou mid Itlco leave for Now
Vnt1r Unlit iirilmon 4Ii
IIHHKMIHnininMMaHHMBninHHMi
iicroiitit of their dcllcato senso of respect to
the memory of our noblo Garfield
THE GARFIELD FUND
Vn Appeal for Niilmcrllillons to tdin
plrle tlio Iletlred Anioniit
Nnw YonK Sept 20 Mr Cynr
Field requests tho Associated Press to pub
llsh tho following
Tlio death of tho President has led to In
liilrlcs In regard to tho fund raised for the
benefit of Mrs Garfield The wholo amount
subscribed nt liroscut Is S157rDiS of
which every dollar hns been paid except n
single subscription of ijtfOOO which was
mado on condition that f21000 was first
raised and may bo withdrawn should not
Hint amount no secured Tlio money ai
fnst ns received was deposited wltli
tho Pulled States Trust Comnauv
nnd ns soon ns n sufficient nuiount
was nald in tho Trust Comnauv mirchnscd
100000 1 por cent registered Government
bonus to wlilcli has since liccu ndded
000 more Owing to tlio high premium
this S12 j000 In bonds cost 1 iTi28123
Tho bonds remain ondeposlt witli tho Trust
Company for Mrs Garfield tho interest of
which iURi n year will no paid to licr
iiinrtcrly ns long ns slio lives and nt lici
Icntli tho wholo amount will bo divided
oeiiial Iv nmoiiL the survlvlnir c i lilreu ol
worst nnu oxinia James A uarllcld Tlicro is n naianco in
cash of iJlBI whichwith wliatovcrmay
uo added Jicrealtcr will no applied in tne
samo way Tlicro would seem to ho rea
son fur expecting n considerable addition to
tlio mud now that tlio rresldcnt is gone
Individuals hnvo mado liberal promises
of what they would do in tho ovent ol
his death Somo oven felt there was an lm-
propriety in tho attempt to ra
tlons wliilo ho wns still living with n hope-
of recovery that tho gift would crcnto n
icoiiiiu oi porsounl obligation that might
nrovo embarrassing hereafter Somo were
restrained from giving lest their motives
should no misunderstood That ob lection
is now removed No ono need fear tho im
putation of unworthy motives for which
there is no longor placo Our dead Presi
dent has no lavors to give no honors to be
stow Ho cannot bo touched by tokens
of public sorrow oven by n whole
nation following at his bier But
there Is a practical way of showing respect
lor tlio dead ly Kindness to tlio living Jlo
is cone hut his wife and his children live
to carry through all their lives tho burden
of this gicnt sorrow Mrs Garfield will
soon leave tho capital in which her hus
band was lately tho head of D0OO0O0O of
people to go back to her distant homo wid
bwed nnd dcsolnto Only onco before has
there been anything so pathetic In Ameri
can history That tho country will deal
generously with this stricken houso
Hold no ono win dount but great
bodies inovo slowly nnd It is
long to wait Wo havo preferred to do some
thing vow asking only tho prlvilcgo in this
first flush of grief of showing our sympathy
in n practical way and bo in somo slight do-
gree ir wo cannot sootno tuo niditon sorrow
of relieving nnxletlcs that must press upon
that widowed mother s Heart
Cyrus W Field
P S Any ono desiring to unite In this
fund will plcaso remit direct to tho United
Htatcs Trust Company It Wall street Now
lorn
HlicrniuiiN tVlHO ConiiHcl
General Sherman upon tho announcement
yesterday of tho uutivorablo stato of affairs
it Long Branch wrote tho following letter
WaMnglott D C SVpf 10 1831 3 p m
Uon George C Oorham Rational Republican
My Dkah Sin You nnd I have been
Comrades In civil broils nnd strlfo In Cali
fornia when vigilance committees assumed
culo nnd woknow or think wo know how
honest pcoplo havo douo somo acts of
violence unacr an uoncsi conviction mai
they were tho right tiling and wo bcliove
tlmt Timo tlio great physician will cure
all things to tho patient
I havo occasionally nnd recently heard
tho samo arguments on tho streets tlio same
craps of wisdom enunciated and now at
this dread hour when our noble brave
President Is lying In tlio vory ngonics of
dcatti nt Long urnncii and tuo cowardly
mlscrablo wretch Gulteau Is cowering lu
Ills cell at tho public jail It occurs to inc
that you nnd I should In our respective
inheres maKo promauio uso ot our past ex
ncrienoo
No man on earth holds lu higher estcom
tho noblo qualities of James A Garfield than
invself I was on tho point of starting for
Chnttiiuooga to night to do honor to the
heroes of Cliickamaugaof whom ho was one
most prominent but was stayed by the un
favorable report from Ms bedsido nt noon
Kind I shall remain hero at my post of duty
till tlio last moment ot none At
raauga eighteen years ago Garfield wns
clilcr of stall to Ueu Kosccrans whoso right
wing was broken back by tho vohemont
liarccs ot lining s lorcca and was carried
done with the broken masses almost
liuto Chattanooga when ho begged for the
prlvilcgo of returning to Join lien ucorge
II Thomas whoso guns told lilm that that
heroic man still stood fast with his loft
wing Gen Kosccrans gavo him leave and
ho did return running tho gauntlet join
ing Gen Thomas nnd serving closo to hi-
person till night enabled them to fall back
in good order to Chattanooga That was
Gen Garfields last fight in which ho felt
especial prldo and i Know that no in
tended to ho at Chattanooga next Wednes
day to celcbrnto tlio ovent But It is or
dered otherwise for ho now lies by tho sea
shore on his death bed from a wound in
flicted bv tho mlscrablo wrotcli Gulteau
For this man Oifitcau I nsk no soldicrno
cltlrciiitofccl ono particlo of sympathy On
tho contrary could imaKomy will tuo law
Shooting orhaiiglng would bo too good for
him But I do nsk overs soldier nnd every
cltUen to remember that wo profess to bi
tho most loyal nation on enrtlito tlio sacral
promises of tho law Thcro is no merit in
obevlng nn ngrceablo law but there is glory
nut Heroism in sumuiuing gracciuiiy to nn
Dimiesslvo ono Our Constitution reads No
ncison shall bo held to answer for n capital
or otherwise Infamous crlmo unless ou a
presentment or Indictment oin grand Jury
inn -- in nil criminal prosecutions tuo
cusod shall enjoy tho right to a speedy nnd
public trial by an impartial jury ot the
mid district w norcin mo crimo sunn
havo been committed Tins Is the solemn
contract of Government binding on the
consciences of nil Should our President
1 o tho muidcrcr is entitled to u speeds
li lnl liv n titrv nml T linnn he will bnv
justice done him
lint His not my oiuco or sours or
bodys except tho regular courts of this
District svlilcli are in undisputed power
Vloleuco In any form will bring reproach
on us nil upon the country at largo audi
usncclailv an us ot tho JJIstrlct or uoiumuia
All tuo circumstances oi ino snooting oi
the long hcroio strugglo forilfo impress nu
io strongly that i wouiu bo nsnamcii oi inj
countrymon If thoy mingled with their
feelings of grief nny thought of vengeauco
Vengennco Is mine saltli the Joid
T I rust tho nubile press will use Its pow
erful lufluenco to maintain tlio good ordci
and decorum which Havo prevailed since
tho saddest of nil days In Washington Jul
1881 Sincerely your friend
W T SlIWIMAN
IVH illlBIIIUllllll H
mil their nsuielnrn niMwInltln will vllt -- i J mijr vja klv
- n rv nin i w rn ntn iirntinii ii ft nn t ii id v itmrmnf
city again during tho season si10 resplendent in silks laces nnd
Tho notable nnd In all senses lirnUc IEdlamonds nnd mado tho lcmnrk at table
iwoithy Harrison Combination will npiienrPJut before bho left that sho wanted to do
also later in tho season It Is to bo trustcelf V110 bopping but would bo bacic ou won
tlmtthn r iii i iCJayl9lm After sho liad gpno onopf
HovM v tuernivuvtw miki uivjinA Hrf a rrlr a fnmnibii Villi ItnA I idrAt
atnrs nnd divers troupes engaged wil befa rush of trado on Saturday night and mas
mo recipient oi me paironago rujo tnera onwgono up to Jieip mtiier tcnu m tuo store
w mi
AUCTION SALES
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TO HI IN SVAHlllNnTON UlTY 1 U
lly Irtue of n decree of t lie Hniirlme Court
If llli llltflf nf I nlumkln nnanlln IVilllHCl f
nuseNo os the miitrrslieui tl inisieo nlllUil
DlflT for snip nt lltllilli nurllntt In n nnt OltlM
iircmlsm on MONDAY ncioiilS a ihni ntt
clock p ni irart or lot II Inaounrt WKiniiiiit
of Mdrl lot
ihenco north J feet 7 luetics thencu due eat n
leciiiiciiconoriiizrccttiiciieeeur vnm is icci
thence iiortliptudwimtly by ntraluli llnoaifett If
1 point II ATtltortlinf it public nll thcnccflOtitli
11 ftit In hllil ritlifliipnultli ill Kiitltli HlHOI
wlillottotho lucoorbotliinlnir utiiruveil bvn
uiree iory iruitio iim uin am
therenrtrr In fronmr tho preiulsWiiirt of lots
umi si or iveiinniy t SVehirs miiKll yiidou record
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tlio property Is struck OIL Ternmof salo to b
comiilled lu ten din s from dnv of liIo
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UNDERTAKERS
R F HARYEY UNDERTAKER
OSl BKVllNTlt ST NOltTlIWr ST
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longer at ii K V street but Cl Hc emii ntreet north
csl Make no mistake It K 1IAHV1V
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UNDERTAKER and Funeral Director
No 70 limn 8Tiiiirrinnetomi
CLOTHING
FIRST IN WAR riHST IN PEACE
vnmT to oirr in new BTpcic aooiw
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DEVLIN CO
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JA G RIB3BAUER
merchant tailor
438ININT1I STUKKT NOUTHUKST
V nnd un for lnnts 115 nml tin for Overcoats
riunnaupior AinKinK nnu iriiimiiiiKiiuus
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llelow renl viduo to mnko room fur lnll stock
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1111 llISNA AVE Je
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THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
OF
RKFllIOKnATOHS WATKH COOIJillS COOK
INtJ STOVES AN1J ilANtUCS
to be founU in tlio elty all nt low prices
S CTEITKS Oe CO
No 717 BEV12MTII STIIEET N W
W H HARROVER
813 BKVKNTK STAERTNOUTEWKST
STQVES RANGES and HEATERS
TrriITHll1TIlNIHIlINlJDH
8TOVK AND 1UitNAOK ItltlAIItS
Furnaces Bangos Btxves
FIllKT OrASS ieVD4
R V SIMl SONHlOOO IKNNA AVli
n lm atiut In nxleunU o mill BinlimrftHtlin tjnir
Piirnnce tlio Warren lUino buperli Flnvplan
linti n ruth Avenuo larlor unit nther limi
mum ui imjv n
EI RIOHEY 487 TENTH ST N
W above Dm Ofllep Dealer In
HTOVlMHANefEH FUItNACESic
Roofing nnd Snouting Hcpalrlng of IjhtoIjcb an
THTNK1I011N CO Plumblui nncl1 Oan Fit
ting jflty Oruern BOllclted and promptly executed
a xjnsrsi otjistsi
AT
PEABODYS
No 411 Seventh St Northwest
Tlirco Doom Ilclow Odd IVIlonB Hall eei
WXTTEn nUMAHIBASKIIUOIANIi
DE
rollnhtn tilionn Klnirtlinnd w rller lind Ui nu
ko nny encnKeinent tlmt ennn Itlitn 1 ho hhkii oi
lil iirori wlon AddreBOtllceVaililnKtonBunilaj
iieni ww loin m ucn
XTI3W AND ATTBAOTIVB HALI 1On THE
IN HlKNClIIIIAN llUHINlCaB LOfLlaii
In tlio liandionio t illlleo knmn tlirnuuloiit Un
Unlieel Blnte N as jineoin jinn jiunnini cornel
KT I I I ll Inut
Mill III mill- j
Tlio new LolliK I nils will lio oeeupled 011 uiul
w iJtitim i - 00 j -- v n --
iiiin nml Kenileinen Hoih nnd ilmiKlitira e dn
1 nuil ror rem 1110 oiuueiiii inruiKiioui
im i inp A viittinliln immnlilet rniitnLilinriii
elonucntnddrtotlioMiidenioiiiiPioint8 01
-Slice eon by Juinni A einrneiu nimn
irneumteB or Hpencerinn jiowih ss uoiuto dj
Icn Irnncin A Wnlker Huuerlntenelviit of tin
knsui nnd nlso full liirorinallon coniarnlne
tlio college lll bo sent free by ninll upon ropllen
lonnr inny bo nlitnlned nt tlio colleifo IoIIIch
limitYUHI KNUKU lrlnclpal MIH1A1IA
A BlKNCKlt Vlco 1rlnclpal
COOK BST
Ij m Troublo thnn nnv oilier Tuel Jforo
aKfr
seplt
S N MEYER
02a sivinth ht n w hct r an k
lleadguarterstor
JILT SILVER TRIMMINGS
ItiAIAllAn iinu tnvtrji
Mdeluirfor
ilian nny other luel Chenpor thnn nnyolliclt nci
KlnvnqnrilinlVlihrillOilKUN lllAIiliatleCllJbl
Unlnnrfnr rent ut tho Olllco of Ihn WaSllDKlon
OnsLlBht Company 411 nml 410 Tenth stn w
iiiy 11
riMnbllHheillsill
L1iW HTUlli 1-
Jitest Dcslitns WAIl 1AliftS
juht ltKUiuvi
t4AAA Vrrtltf Ikw nuunta lllltflll
Hols Jtil
forBuWrdKnirllsti IiecorfttlvoUlH ftnrt Frnj
WALL lAlJill Window Bhadcs Mattings
Jca W F CLAItK 1113 V SI North-
DRY O00DS
Woodward Lothrop
Oirer tlio follonlng llnrgnlns In
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS
Honeycomb Quilts 75c
Crochet Quilts 100
Qooel Linen Crash GJc
Wide Scotch Crashes 8c and qc
Extra Wide Scotch Crashes 10c and 11c
Huccafaac and Honeycomb Towels All-
Linen ioc each
Splendid Quality of Loom Damasks at
48c 58c 64c and 74c
White Linen Napkins Pull Selvedge
only 100
Splendid Line of Doylies and Napkins
of All Qradcs nncl Qualities at Low
est Prices
1000 yds Manufacturers Remnants ol
Irish Linens nt 25c 30c 35c 40c
45c and 50c just about half the
piece price
25 Pieces Printed Momic and Crape
Cloths in Elegant Styles only izjc
per yard
Single and Double Faced Plushes at
the Lowest iricc
BOSTON HOUSE
921 Pennsylvania Avenue
CTJT THIS OTJT
Freo Oar Tiokot3 Opposito Biggs
If a Dollar You Wisely Invest
In Dry Goods and Notions tho Best
kt Oochrauos See Proof of the Eest
NEW DRESS MATERIALS
MnmU l ATtWOOfj DIUKStLOTIM In tin
moit DeMiuOle Biindes nt wx ooe t nnd i i
iwr vnnt
10 lnXKSHIIK llUSHlInndionio Winder
Id PIIXISHIIUDIIA UIOTIIHIKC north
ntACK euHiiMini s from one totia
OIKHA lliANNllIsnll eolnm
11 1lIXia DOMIMTIU DltlWa UOOD3 from
loiori ner vnrd
rA 11111 DAMAMIv fronm ctH Intl71lerfnrd
wltli n full lluooriinKIni nnd oilier
keeiilug ntorles nllortliuinostapproMHluriiiids
BROWN OLAGETT
1 Hin MA1IK17T BPAtin
TO SAV12 MONEY
Buy your DRY GOODS
OF
LUTTRBLL WJNEi
1030 lMJNNAAVnNUJJ
Openingr New Fall Goods
AT
L Behronds Baltimoro Oash Storo
00s HivrKTit htriit n w
DRESS GOODS SILKS FLANNELS
FANCY GOODS
ntiinUotH CnsslmorrH mill Domestics
AT 110TTOM 1ltIOlW ejll5 Cl
NEW PALLDRY GOODS
XHXJ3SraSTEIj Sc CLABK
sua HAitKirr MiAcn
Tho tmlilln nrnlnvltetl to Insnect this
rAitai ANii ihmiuaiiIjKhtocic or moods
IrleeM nnd llualltles Can lln Itelled Unon kcII
NEW FALL
GEO F
DRY GOODS
HARBIN
OAPITOL I IIXjL
SAMUEL KER
Denier In
Dry Goods Carpets c
nao BiiViafTii htihskt n w nciiii
OIIKAT OlAltaAINS IN
Lawns nnd Other Summer Dress Goods
lMriisols nml Hun Uinlirollns
Klrrured Swiss Muslins
Hosiery and uioves
rtiiv MillrnAif oTirri1 nf vTt Imv lrlnrm Wii
v - v - r
a
lolicit n full Hum all in w mil or JJitv uuuu
WM R RILEY
RITiTY litllTiDIXCI KautlicnsL Corner Ninth and
i m rttiH 1 inn u wrm ti
Underwear Hosiery Corsets
jtovjs IAOICS
it 20 iier cent discount be fur o tnklng our stinl
111 m nil Inventory
B J BEHREND
lyl I 81S HKV12JTII BTHEBT Hot II nnd I
1 PLANET SHIRT
3NIY AT YOUNO8 730 BrVKNTII ST JyS
GrUINNIP DAY CO
883 AND 8S1 SUVIINTH ST N Y
Airuiim lor tlio
D P a la Sirono Paris COESET
MAllljUl DlHOSlIK
K1AT llAltOAINSI
Seventh Street Mourning Store
71 1 BUVrNTlI BTHiniT 71 1 ngS
A
Dcaler ill lANOY AND BlAlLli DUY GOODS
004 Hoventli Bt bet I nnd K
300D3 WAllltANTKD AS HIUltlMnNTED
GO TO LANSBURCrH BEOS
404 AND 400 HKV1NT1I BTUEET
ind yon nro nuro to find 1I10 most- Oomplcto Stock
JI XJli 1 uuuun 111 iiiu L ii
FOR SALE AND RENT
ESTATE BULLETIN
REAL of
TIIOS V WAOOAMAN 619 Boventh street
Clin uses nindo Wednesdays nnd Saturdays
TltUElSTOUY HOlTHliS roil BAIIi
139 K nt 11 w mod lm 11 r IJnnn
mi 1 ki 11 w moil 1111 1 1 ra M iijm
IM lmh st n w mod lm 111 ra uOM
Win tl nt n w mod lm fo r Iii
IKK 1 lib st 11 w mod lm u rs 1
kw liih ht 11 w mod lm 1 1 rn -
iiii 11111 si 11 w moil 1111 v rs ntiii
110 N Y nvo 11 w 1 rs 7i
111 A stse lmidftii 1 JiH IJaxi
Jur 1 mid Till hi n w Inctory
rwo stoiiy uniiic and iiiamu
1 Oil HAJIL
Iffil 10 JT IStli st 11 w b li mod lm 0 rs tlM
Mm hctl2iind iitliHc
mi i i 1 - -- j
1111 Will st 11 w Ii h moil lm tl
no 1 mist n w 11 11 moil Im u rs
121 N Y n a 11 w f li mod lm 11 rs
1OI 7lh vt 11 n t li mud lm h rs
141 111 A nt h il li mud lm7rH
ISJ7 in nil 1 Jili st 11 wb li mod lm 11 rs
rnvzi st 11 w r 11 inui lm i rs
ISJ0 tl st n w r li mod lm 7
HI llli Ht il w f Ii mod lm 7 rs
UNIMIIIOVIID rilOlIIUTY
Kill st lit t 1 nud O Us 11 w
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JUKI I Kt n w mod lm lUrti u it
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131 1 1 Ht ii v upper part mod lm li u
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mi t iHt k w inui iiiHrK as w
lot N Jnu hi moil lm Urn as oi
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Jixrimii htnu inodimitrs 14 ix
ll Alht nv moduli r is
tlot liutMemidKfouiulauiu midilMti 15 w
IilANS
In diims to Bull nt 0 per cent
Tlionliovulrinnliiimiull iiorllon ofnronrrtvon
niv hitokH lur CiilUiHt full at uMIeufui tiuirLlln
iHsuod mi iKtnnd nth hpmI
m
Smoke IF O JD Cigars
iLorWftlo ut WHIP A1INJUH cor Nlntlm Fata
HnteN of 1oilnKC
Tlio following shows tlio rntes of postnee
on icttcrn lirlntctl matter aim man matter
roroign ana domestic
nrst class Letters ami nu
partially In wrltlnir andnllmatterscaleil
igalnst Inspection tlirco cents per half
oiinco or fraction thereof rostnl carels one
cent
Second class IlcEiilar nibllcntlons ii-
sued us frequently ns four times 11 year
when mailed by tho puVlslicr or by newf
Agents to stibscrlbcra nnd nows nRents only
two cents ner nound
Third class Transient nowspapcrs lok
clrciilam and nil other matter wholly In
print rate 0110 cent for each two ounces or
fraction thereof Introductions by hecto
graph and similar processes nro classed as
printed matter
rourtlt class Merchandise una nil matter
lot Included In tho other tlirco classes which
hns not been declared unmallable ns being
liablo to damago tho mail or injiiro tlio per-
ions ot those JiandllnK it 111 tlio mall rate
ono cent per oiinco or fraction thereof The
lender may wrlto his own liamo or addrcsp
on nmttcr 01 tuo mini or lourtu classes
ForclRii malls Upon letters to nil coun
tries in tlio 1ostnl Union flvo cents per
half ouiieo or fractional part thereof Postal
cnrels two cents rrintcd matter com
mercial papers and Bamnles of lncrchandlso
ono cent lor each two ounces or fractional
part thereof but at least flvo ceiitsmmt be
paid upon commercial papers Registration
to all lmrls or tlio united states ami or tn
iostnl Union ten cents for each package
upon which tlio postage must nlso bo fuiljH
prcpqiii
Arrival uiul Drpnrluro of Mall
innA MTIICS
irrcdorlckuburK ltlclunond sretenburff WII
i mliiKtun IlinrlefltonHaTftniinli MobitiTMqnt
ironitTv New urlfimv and Hon t hern Hiatal
cloto nt n 20 n m and 9M p in nrrl voat ft30
n in nnu iiu nim u iu u 111
nu V nil 11 ui
ikivJiiwiuiMi iiuruuiiiuv VviiiuioiuTit iiiu nvuiii
ton wiiiio Htiiniiur Hprmas Covington Jiuni i
liiKioit jjyncnourfc nrwoi jumt i cnnnwpu
Alabama c ciotaia2oam nnd ir30 p
m nrrl vu nt A10 ft in find 0 4Q ti m
i Ilnlllmnrc llMillndolnhla tNcw York t Boston
iomicniPicw xorK jcw neianu maicn
rorelKiiniul Canitla closo at to 00 VM n m
nnd 5lo 0M p m arrive at Z10 ll40
HMO n m and tl2IV 5 00 103 n in
tMtUbury
lann tumenxn iiiuiannponn jauiiviiip wmv
orn HtntoHiimlTurritorlra nnd 11 nnd Ioca1
amtHoutlmcHtortiKtatcflcIOHn nt 7W 810
lttoo n m anri 830 p in arrive ut oV n m
mill tiu iu mi ii in
tlagerHtowti and Wcvcrton Aent cIoko nt 310
in nrrli n nt T lil li tn
tllnsorHtswn iimlni Nlnc nrA llumilo WMtern
I isuw York nndUtmiinhanlntWcHtcriiHlnte
nmiTcrntoruM cioHnt4in ivvi n m ami
0 00 n mi nrrlvn at D10 a in nnd 800 n m
Fort rem At on roe HnmntonNorfoIk lortmnouth
jwierii nnoro virRinia nnu oriu vAronnn
closo ntfi 10 n in arrive at 1110 a m
Lcenburff Alexandria and Hound Hill A cent
cloiu nt k to n m nrrlve nt 340 p m
StnnAHsin Warrentonnnd Alexandria A
mint Agent close nttsson mt nrnvo nt eou
ii m
Westminster Hncerttown Mdt WMlnrn Mary
innunni Jiauiniore tz Miiiinmimon Agcni
rntn nt 4Mn mi nrrlvn nt R00 n ni
ntlleott City rrederlck Jt nnd llnltlmoro nnd
llnvimFarnrrv Airnnl ulnunnf flIH Hlfl n
nrrlvn nt 740 n 111
tTnner ntarlborn Leonnrdton n Md and Bowie A
Iuiu n LiiVK VKriti i iiav uv uiv u iu miivv
nt 740 n m
Aimnpolfn Junction nnd Wivihlngton llrnnck Ilt
I O It H Local close atl10a m nnd 130 p w
nrri vo ni nMi n in 111111 i j 11 in
nonnlngslJouifi Odenton nnd Haiti more nnd
Ioioninc 4 iv iAKwitiuivni iriw ni nrtivv
nt 010 n m
UaltlmoroMUclarientfll0740 DU n m and
130 oio w p ni arrive ai o40 010 1110
n m nnd fi 00 800 n in
aeorgelow iiC4 111017 w a m nnd 210 fl W I von
p in arrive niujun 111 nnu jjuoweiu w
11 111
Alexandria Vaclnsputfl2010tta m nnd4V
p mjnrrivouiwwa ni nnu 110 7 oio
11 in
Lccsbiirff Vn cloo nt 8W a in umt 4 00 p m nr
rlvc nt 0 t n m nnd 340 p m
Trederlck Mdt clonont 010 K10nm and 400 p
urrivo iu viaj h in nun aw p iu
Winchester Vft Clinrlestown W Vn nnd Hock
uie jiii cionoaieiun ninnmuup m nr
nvo iu nr w n in nnu im p iu
Vnnapolls Md closo nt 610 am and 400 p
nrrlvn nt U 00 n in nnd 740 n m
Fort Ioote Tort Washington llymont Gumton
jinrftiiaii iiaiinni mount vernonon iuo ro
inrnnn nlnn nt 015 ft mi nrrlvn nt 6 00 n m
Ten tint ly town 1 C and Jlethesda Md closo Kt
Tw tk in iirnvu hl i wji im
Arlington Vnicloant 8 30 a m arrUro at 111
Rrlghtnood P C clotc nt 800 n m arrlvo at 8 60
ti in
Silver 11111 Cnmp Hprlngn Clinton Oxenjdll Pti
caiauny aiuivrcoKteK cuuiuim furrroivuir
nnd Upper Marlboro closo nt 730 a m arrlvt
nt Mil ti in
Cabin John nnd Great Tails MU closo at 730 a
mj arrive ni uuu n ni
Seat rienaait Md TiiesilaVt Tlitinulay mill Hat
urdnr 1 clop nt 3 00 n m arrlvo nt 230 p
PIniv
Point Point Lookout Fortress Monroo
----
Jinmpton National nomicr Jiomc roriuiK
lorlsmoutli clono Tuesday imimuuj
m nniuruny o tun m 1
ow ji
urrivo MondarTburti
dn v Kntiinlnv joun m
Hagp HolllsterBKtnsnle Mathla Point Mount
Jiouy iiiverBiup wnHnmRioninconn wnarr
cloRoMondny Thurflduy Haturdny u30 a m
arrive Tucaday Friday Bunday 800 p m
Kundnvslncludcdtall others dally excent Bun
uuir i
uay i uubu j Atnvui 1 nuiiunjB uiiij
I DrXtVEItlES
1st 800 a m
2d 1130 n m
2d 2 00 p m
un iw p m
COLLECTIONS
9 nnd 1030 n m s 6 nnd 730 p m
Mnprlnl dallr eicent Biindav
Pftnv0n11nt1pt M Htrppt h p and 22il ntreet 11 w
7th street bet Pa avenue nnd N street n w
uth street bet In avenue and K street n w
it Btreet bet 7111 nnu niu sireew normwest
Ilmtniul Third Dnltverjpfi include tlio entire
city HecondnndFotTrth UellTerlea the llualnewi
uiniriciH irom mi q imn Hirevin 11 w unu si 10 a
Alrnntn n nr
f UAltHIKKS1 WINDOW open from 7 to 8 p m
unnavH rrom vu lun iutiuiu iuo t il iu
UKXKUAL DFMVKUY WINDOW open day
and night excpptHimday when It Is closed from
iu a m in o p m
MuJUY UlllJijit Kit v iKiii inopenirom vnm
tnlnni
lUiUlHTKHi llriin vvrivu one n irom
50 tn 8 p m
JJCIIVUriP Bllil Clllili fciunn mu iiiHucii iiiu iuiuioi
fur 1110 Arrival aim uennnuro oi eacn mmi
ARRIVAL OF PASSENGER TRAINS
Ilnlllnioro A- Iotomnc Depot Corner
NlKlli nml H HfrcrtN
siortNTNO
Alexnmlrla 12 ai
Itlfhmniiri nlizhtlliip
iWiifthlimtou night line
Alexandria
slldlnudnxpreHf
I Alexandria
fllalllmoro accommodation
North and West -
Southern Fast Mali
Aiesniuiria
Fast Mali JIalt 1lilla and Ner York
KVKNINO
03
730
OJ
7Hff
830
BHO
8S6
010
10 ffi
1100
Ilnlllinoro Plillndelpblaand Doston 1240
i ten mo im nnr jiiio iuu
Alexandria 321
tljlni ird pxnrPHS 4ra
fWashliiKton day line 4 30
A Ipxaudrln ft
iWAflhliiKton pmwenffer 700
Alexandria 72
INorth nnd West 74r
Midland passenger 81 fi
Itlchmond nlclHllno - 030
nmiiimorc rmiaueipmannniHcw xorK 1010
lunuy runny cxcepTuuuay
nnlllmoro V Ohio Depot Corner Nrrr
JerMoy AveHiie nnd J Ntreet
MOHNINfl
New York Philadelphia nnd Haiti moro ex
PlillndclplilA llnltlmoro nnd way
1lttsburtCi Columbui Cln nud Ht Louis
1hf ladelnhla nnd New York exnrtwt
Italtlmoro nnd way Htallons
Frederick Point of Hocks nnd way stations
llMtlmnro and Annapolis express
Unrtlnshtinr nnd Hafterstown nccommoda
uon juciropouian nrancii
Halt aiuMny8tatlonsCAniiaponHunday
llfiittinnrn
pinrpMit
Until more nnd Laurel exprcfts
TVRVIWI
Rnltlmore AnnnpolUnmi Wny stations
KlnclniiHtl nnd Ht Iouls
tllnltlniuro and wny
Haltlmorn nnd way
New vrk aud Philadelphia express
Italilmorennd Laurel express
Piedmont Frederlplc HnnprHtmiii Inlnt nf
210
8 2
030
711
820
82
681I
1020
10 30
1130
Hocks and way 510
t Haltlmore Annapolis and wny - ft 37
Tinmuon ana vauey cxprefis 73
Mtftltlmnrn nnd wnv ntnilnns t R
JUItlmorPnnd Laurel express oa
mcnifu vuiumuiiH nnu ruisuurg ex M ua
Trains marked t dull v t flundiv mil v nihpr
trnms uaiiv meept wiiuiht
0
IIIIUKBI
AKSAan to iiiVKiuOOfj on
Ju nu
Hlcornsfi t C Cakln KO la 70
IhythoKatlonal Ilnoa ftill poivrrnl itfimhlp
riuMtjigf r uookcki loann rrom jiAiiimore ny w
Sclniaiillrr Agent
luanic inniniiiK
1 Jtolllilny ntroot Oerman
InAKSAOETIQKirrHTO ANII IllOM
9 i JIUlJS
iPer Wliltn Star Imnsn Anchor nnd Allan llnr
Valso Drnfts ono pound nnd npwnrds lurntshi d bi
MA1TIIGW JtOTINON
7u second Ntrcctjuiimor1
LADIES COLUMN
REMEMBER
Kings Palace
11 BKVJ5MTU 8THEKT
KKFP8 TIIH I VIIOEST ASSOllTMKNT OF
SCHOOL HATS
At Itomnrknbly Toiv lrlcoa
A Cholco Solcotlon ol
Handsome Bonnets and Hats
For Evening Wear Receptions o
Direct Importation
0V TUB IATKST BHAlEa A DKSIQNS
I BLOTJT
710 SEVENTH STIIEET NOltTlIWEST
ISTEl W OPjIjIj C3 OOIDS
Jutrccelvcln8uicrl Assortment of
DRY AND FANCY norms
for tlio Fall Bciuon nt 013 HKVKNTIt BTIUET
ivov KwiiTimiM oa nccii in no nnprexlntcu
C3 TJT3Vr5k0STS
013 SEVENTH STIIEET NOKTIIWEST
Extraordinary Bargains In
Fancy and Millinery Goods anil Notions
T A V7T1
fflBMATtKITT HPACB rOHNKnilnilTII BT
THE ENTITtE STOCK OP
LADIES UNDERWEAR
To ho cIoiuhI tint nt lewi thnn cost
Cull nnd convince journcll nt
TVTRR M4V Ot7Tn VT
713 SEVENTH STltEHT NOItTITWulT
Also ft Atll lino of Tnfitnts Wear on linnd JyM
BOSTON VAEIETY STO
Popiunr tlpoili nt Popular Price Plcturo Fmnics
tiiiuiiL winuow uormco unnirs
euic to IU9
EMMONS SMITH A CO
TO MAHKET HlACK
KcxjFi sr sc
GLOVEH8
033 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
CHOIOE SELECTION OF
Hambure Embroideries Hosiery
Lucca U loves nml Underwear Chllelrons
Drcflses Swiss iinel Laco Caps at
MRS SBLMA RUPPBRTS
80S NINTH BTKEET oppo Patont Olllco
HOSIERY Specialty
DOUGLASS
rl NINTH AND P STltEETU
HATS AND UMBRELLAS
CANOPY UMBRELLAS
For Cnrrlngc Plincton nnd Wngon from 17S to 3
STINEMETZS HAT STORE
1337PENNA AVE next to corWtli street
nngQ
HELMETS HAMMOCKS
Helmets for mllllnry nnd cttlrcns wenr nt nil prices
BOIAIl HATS SOLAR HELMETS
WTIjIjETT Sb uttodft
wvg iinflniiviflin flyfj jp i
SIOMIJND ft 1LUJIAN
N011TIV HATTEllS AND FUltniEW
430 Mevetltll Htrpit NnrlliWMl
ponl Wneiue nnd Fnf ltcpnlrlng n Mpeclnlty sell
Mann fiirt n rcr nnd TYnnalrAi nf
SUN UMBRELLAS PARARDI 3
spll lt eia 1 street nnrthw rat
BOOKS AND STATIONER T
SCHOOL BOOKS
for Every Urndo of Public nml ITIvnto Schools nl
ino Lowesi xrices
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL
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PIANOS
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Smith American Organs
Heinokaip Pianos and Shoninger Organs
SIDNEY T NIMMOS
433 SEVENTH STIIEET N W
BRADBURY
PIANOS and ORGANS
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GROCERIES
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TO MAKE ItOOM rOTt lALL STOCK
MASONSISIPllOVED PORCELAIN LINED
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ONE WEEK ONLY
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Elphonso Youngs
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