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THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUkY 13, 1890.
THE OFFICIAL COUNT.
liKSULT IX DETAIL OV THE CONTEST
Ji"OK THE EUUOPEAN TOUK.
A Complete List of tho Tonchors "Who Wore
Voted For anil tlio Votes Which They
Hud Kucclvccl When tlio Polls Closod on
Following will bo found a complete list of
those who were voted for In Tin: Heiuld's
contest for a free vacation tour of Europe for
the teacher in tho Washington pchools who re
ceived the greatest number of ballots, with the
vote which they had received at tho time' at
which the polls closed, 5 P. M., Tuesday, July
8. Tho ballots cast for each candidate wero
carefully counted and verified by a commlttco
of six well-known gentlemen, who afterward
certified to the correctness of tho count, as will
be seen below:
Allen, Miss Belle.......... j)
Anderson, Miss Marlon W o
Austiu.Miss M.J 4
Aukward, Miss Mary 150
Armstrong, Miss B.J o
Allen, MiBsC.V..... 1
Bevard. Miss Knte H 2,141
Burgess, Miss M.E... 1
Beckham, Miss Blancho
Bradloy.Miss L. A 2
Bear, Miss Emogcne 181
Boyd, Miss D. W 1
Boers, Miss Annie S3
Brown. Miss J. A 3
Baker, Miss .7. E 8
Bock, Miss E.J 2
Bonde. MissE.C 2
Brooks, Miss M. W 2
Brown. Miss K. T 4
Brown, MisaL. F 4
Blaw, Miss 11. H 15
Burllnparao, Miss A. E 1
Boss. Miss Virginia 1
Brown, Miss Suslo 20
Bavly, Miss Margaret 1
Bettcs, Miss Emma 1
Brewer, Miss A 3
Burgess, Mr. E. S 1
Brown, Miss E.V 4
Bernhardt, Mr. Wilheim 1
Clarke, Mr. C.S 2
Chase, Miss E.M 4
Cohen, Miss I. H 27
Campbell, Miss F.J 2
Cavanaugh. Miss J. T 4
Caton, Miss Eliza 2
Cowlinir, Miss E.E B
Chesney, Miss A. A 2
Crampton, Miss Mabel 18
Clements, Missli. H 17
Connely. MissM.A 3
Collins.Miss S.C 1
Doyle. Miss A. E 1
JJulin, Miss E.V 0
Dessez, Miss A. J 2
Dcssez, Miss C. C 13
Davis, Miss J. E 3
Dyer, MissE.C 12
Drane, MissE.C 2
Doyle, Miss A. M 1
Davenport, Miss M. J 1
Daly, Miss I.M 10
Duvall.Miss E. L 12
Dutton. Miss A. M 3
Davis, Mr. Charles A I)
Dove, Mi6sB. M 1
Dyer, Miss E.W 4
Erb.MissJ. M 3
East, Miss M. A 2
Edmonds, Miss E. A 11
Eisenbelss, Miss Emma 0
Emory, Miss Virginia 20
Farr.Mlss S. M 2
Freeman. Mr. J. T 7,753
Foley. MissA. M 3
Free, Miss H. J 12
Finckel. Mr. CV K 1
Fuller, Miss A. H 2
Fisher.Mr. J. M 2
Fairbrother, Mr. 1 14
Gunion, Miss Nina 7
Gord.MissM. .7 13
Gilbert. Miss F. M 1
Gore.Miss M. F 9
Godey, Miss E. L 2
Gore.MlssE. K 3
Garrett, Miss It. A 10
Gibson, Miss Sarah 14
Garges, Miss M. W 1,049
Grant, Miss A. L 0
Goetz, Miss Mina 2
Guleski, Miss A. L 13
Garrison, Miss C. L 7
Gage, Mr. N.P 12
Hines.Miss M. M 3
Halllday, Miss E. E 5
Hunt, Miss E. E 1
Harmon, Miss F. M 10
Heudley, Miss F. M 27
Hartmann,Miss W. C 5
Hickey.MlssS. G 19
Harstall, Miss Sarah 11
Hunter, Miss Grace 2
Hodges. Miss Jennie 10
Johns, Mr. Frank D 8
Jenkins, Miss Mac- 108
Johnson, Miss H. P 1
Johnson, Miss C. A 4
Joehum. Miss G. G 22
Jannuy, Mr. B. T 77
Jacobs, Miss E. S 1
KellcyMiss M. G 2
Kceley.'MlM E. G 4
Kealey, Miss S.J 11
Kemp. Miss I. V 100
Knighton. Miss H. M 2
Kealey. Miss M. E 27
Kent, Miss S. B 21
Kaiser, Miss K. E 1
King, Miss Metella 22
King, Miss C.F 1
Kimball, Mr. E. G 27
KUlmer, Miss S. M 0
J,oorais. MissA. E 8
Lasler. Miss Eleanor 3
Law, MissM.A 3
Lawton, Miss Ellen 2
Lamb. Miss H. M 20
Lord, Miss I. A 4
Little, Miss M.E 14
Leech, Miss K. G 7
Lyon, MissA.T 29
Lyddune. Margaret It 4
Martin, Miss M.E 5
McOowan, Miss M.E 3
MoDado. Mies Alice 2
Murch.Mr. H. W 2
Moore, Miss M. F 1
Mr.Cauloy, MlssJ.P 8,140
Moore, Miss M. A 1
Mack, MissN. M 4
Morgan, Miss M. E 3
MaoWjlllams. Miss Mary 3
Maofarlanu, Miss Elllo 3
Mallora. Miss M. E 4
Moore, Miss M.M 12
MoCathran.MissM. V 3
McLean. Miss N. E. L 1
Malier, Miss M. M 0
Mott, Mies E.M 5
Mnlone, Miss K. A 0
McCartney. Miss E. L 100
McKnow, Miss A. A 10
McNant.,MissS. 11 25
Noud, Miss Maggie , 3
Norton, Miss E. A 4
Nichols, MIssH. G 2
Nourso. Miss V. L 3
Nash, Miss L. G 1
Noun1, Miss A.C 15
Osstiu, Miss M.F 8
O'Donnoll, Miss A.T 7
Ober, MissA.O 4
Oliplmnt. Miss S.J 17S
Petty, Miss II. S i
Proctor. Miss K. S ,, 1
Perrio. Miss A . F , , . . . a
Peubody, MlssM. J ;j
Packard, Miss M. L , , 14
Price, MissA, C ,,, ,.,
Parsons, Miss II. E 17
Pollook, Miss Lone ,.,, 4
Parker. Miss G. M 4
Pike, Miss Florence 1
Patterson, Mr. W. II 34
Pumphrey, Miss Nellie 3
Pierce, Miss A. F a
ltawllugs, Miss J. M , 1U
Poach, Miss F.M 3
lingers, Miss D. K ,..,,.... 1
Itiloy, Miss E.J 13
ltowu, M iss M. E 207
Itowe.Miss L. M 30
Hobluson,Miss Emily 3
ltlovcs, Miss F. L 1
Bocscr. Miss T. C 1
Kydnr.Mr. S. M 10
Bandall, MlssM. E 5
Rclnbcirg, Miss Lilllc 3
Schoolcy, Miss Mariana 31
Shackelford, Miss Laura 12
Smith, Miss M. L i
Stockctt, Miss M. E 3
Stewart, Miss Carrie 4
Snowdon,Mlss L. V , "
Sargcant, Miss A. L. 8
Scott, Miss E. K 3.0SG
Steele, Miss Miranda 1
Selirort, Miss It. 11 4
Smith, Mr. Gcorgo J 1
Sounds, Miss M. E 11
Spies, Mits Jennie 1
Trook.MlssV. V 18
Tunncll, Miss II. M 1
Tlchenor, Miss S. A "
TIndle, Miss S. F 4
Tammlsse, Miss A. V 5
TIndle, Miss M.E 5
Thompson, Miss J. E 7
Towner,Mlss F. E 1
Thompson, Mr. S. John 17
Talt,MIss M. A
Turkenton, MlssM 2
Toomoy, Miss C. M 10
Van Horn. Miss Annie 22
Winans, Miss A. A 2
Wilson, Miss M. P 1
Whltemore, Miss A. M 8
Woodward, Miss B. L 4
Welghtman, Miss L. S 10
Woodward, Miss E. J ' 3
Walker, Miss Isa 1
Walker, Miss H. B 3
White, MissS. E 4
Wilson. Miss E. L 1
Wood, MlssM. E 11
Whcelook, MlssS. E 12
Wilson, Miss S. P 13
Walker, Miss A. E 4
AVcaver, Miss M. Z 33
Wilton, Miss A. T 8
WIlson.MIss Anno 10
Wilson, Miss A. M 413
Watts, Miss Jennie 1
Woodward, Miss Louise 1
Young, Miss E. J 7
Grand total 26,033
July s, 1890.
We, tho undersigned, after counting tho bal
lots cast in Tnn Sunday Hjhiald's contost for a
European Tour for tho Most Popular Washington
School Teaehor, hereby certify that tho above
figures are correct, to tho best of our knowledge
P. M. nouan.
Fiied. C. Gizsiking.
Bkice J. Moses.
It. E. White.
Invixa G. Ashby.
Harry C. Towers.
A Curd from Miss McCauley.
The Herald has received tho following card
from Miss McCauley:
Washington, July 12, 1SB0.
To the Editor of The Sundau Herald:
Sir: I crave enough spaco of your valuable
journal to express my warmest thanks to all
friends and well-wishers who so kindly and gen
erously remembered mo in The Sunday Her
ald's late European Trip Contest.both before and
since its termination.
J. P. McCaulet.
FREAKS OF SUMMER FASHIONS.
Drawn crnpo hats aro perhaps among the pret
tiest of all the light headgear.
No greater novelty than the canvas gaiter shoo
is shown for bathing purposes. They aro quite
The old magenta red of twenty-five years ago
is making Its appearance in many different
shades and seems likely to become a popular
Aquamarine is a gem not much used, but is
now coming to tho front again and is greatly
prized by lovers of beautilul stones, for in color
it Is as rare as it is picturesque.
Lace insertions aro more and more used to
beautify and to lighten up the simple wash
gowns for summer's hottest days, and all sorts
of laco aro used for this purpose.
Primrose cloths aro among tho attractive col
ors and so reasonablo as to bo within tho reach
of the slonderest purse. They are In all tho de
sirable shades of color nud design.
Tho new mackintosh is silk, with cashmero
pattern, in shades of old gold, light blue, and
glace red. Tho shape is that of tho gathered
pelisse with tight back, called tho dolman back.
Flexlblogold bangles and necklets aro among
tho novelties in jewelry. They may be stretched
to an amazing length. There is no need of a
clasp. They aro slipped over the wrist or over
tho head, as the case may be.
Tho low-cut neck has taken at last, and the
summer girl thinks it a very pretty mode, if she
have a pretty throat. Care should bo taken that
the neck bo not too low. A slight ,polnt before
and behind mako tho prettiest effect.
Luxurious bathing suits aro tho order of tho
day, wash silk being a most admlrablo fabric,
though rather expensive. It lasts so long as to
mako it rather desirable. Tho ordinary suit
takes about eight yards, which Is not a skimpy
A sash Is a pretty nddition to a bathing cos
tume, but tho swimmer will want It very snugly
tied about her waist with no loose ends to hinder
her movements and her freedom. Tho glrdlo
sash, which buckles tightly on tho side, is best
for a bathing costume.
Having always had tho night to himself, tho
owl is now having his day. Ho is a favorlto in
jowolry; ho Is being carved in Jado and cameo
for book and box-cover ornaments; ho makes a
smart pepper cruet, sits in state on chocolate,
claict, and alo jugs, and has usurped the perch
of tho raven nbovo tho chamber door.
A white silk bathing suit pleases tho girl who
wishes to bo foremost in nil tho new kinds of
fashion, and if sho has a sailor collar and a tio of
llght-bluo silk, togother with a sash of tho same
hue, she is quite satisfied and happy. Silk stock
ings aro of course n part of this chta rig and aro
very long and consequently very expensive.
A very chic and attractive garment is tho
shirred white silk dust cloak, tho latest traveling
and carrlago wrap. It is not ungraceful, and is
cortainly very comfortable and neat. India silk
or China is prcforred to any other, and tho un
bleached tussoro is liked by sonio persons who
do not llko to bo first in adopting any now fash
Ion whloh is at all conspicuous as tho pure white
wrap certainly is.
Tho mannish collar we see on English jackets
is in its way desirablo for an occasion when ono
wants protection from tho weather, as on board
a yacht or in cool weather at tho sea-side or
mountains, for this broad, rolling collar turns
woll up on tho baok of tho neck. It Is of velvet
oroflur, for according to English fashion fur
trimmings aro quito tho thing for summer
wraps, as woll as for winter garments.
Black Btocklngetto Is one of the best liked fab
rics for bathing drawers and stooklngs. A favor
ite mode is tho bathing tights mndo as ono piece
from tho waist lino to tho loot, Theso may bo
bought woven and fit so tightly to tho skin that
they aro most comfortable. The dragging of
dripping clothing about tho body on coming out
of tho water is ono of tho features most uncom
fortable in going in bathing, and with the Jersey
tights this in part obviated.
Who la the prosperous man? Tho man
who advertises In Tho Sunday Herald.
Advertise In Tho Sunday Herald mid get
King up 788 0 and order a caso of It. Port
lier Browing Co.'s Cabinet Beer. Tho best in tho
A GRANDSON OF OLD MARYLAND.
Ills Success In California Pen-Pictured In
Gustavo Doro Stylo.
I Correspondence of .The Sunday Herald.
San Francisco, Cal., July 1.
When tho California epidemic broke looso and
Inoculated thousands with an Increased lust for
dust thero lived In Prlnco Gcorgo's County,
Maryland, ono Jacobus Rudolph. Tho plague
for adventuro seized him. and, delirious with
the gold fever, ho Westward hied, with a com
pass for his Moses, jerked beef for his manna,
alkali beds for his Ellm, Injuns for Amnio
kites, and Placer County for his Cnnanu. Not
withstanding theso disadvantages he got there
just the same, breaking tho Hebraic record for
long-winded travel by thlrty-nluc and one-half
years. Being an honest man ho succeeded not
in politics. Not wishing his pockets picked by
Htato legislators ho let tho other fellows repre
sent El Dorado In the Senate. Desiring neither
corns on his conscience nor bunions on his
fame ho let political preferment slide. Ho was
born exactly sixtj-'thrce years ago, more or
less, nnd steadily progressed in ago till the date
of his death. Ills claim to spaco is based upon
the fact that ho was the slro of my subject, a
young man whoso uamo now clicks tho tele
graphic sounder and chokes tho columns of the
occidental press. Rudolph, Jr., never went to
college. Ills tastes tended neither to foot-ball
nor regatta. He began operations with a treas
ury surplus of health, a flush bank account of
hope, and a handsomo revenuo of expectations.
At first tho dividends wero not large. Legal
learning was tho shore for which ho pulled, but
not having the cork jacket of iniluenco he often
times had to turn on his back to gather steam
and finance in order to pursue tho uneven tenor
of his way. In 1888 ho graduated from the
law office of Driscoll & Farley. In his ex
amination ho made his Interlocutors turn their
ribs over on tho other side and seek shelter be
hind tho ropes. He stopped all questions and
lauded In return. Puzzlers were met hard and
grassed. After his admission ho kept on.study
ing and did not know it all, thus violating a
time-honored custom among graduates. Al
though so newly passed the box-ofllco of the
law he has now an orchestra pew in the middle
aisle of his profession. In the year following
his admission his digestion became impaired
and he grow mellow, but wheu tho reader is in
formed that tho young lady was tho Pacific
Pandora, or beauteous millionairess, Mattle
Coons, he will see that Rudolph's mellowness
was duo to his ripeness. Ho now became a
quadruple expansion and triple-screw cruiser in
the sea of Fashion, swamping all dug-out com
petitors and never slowing up in passing Alex
andria. Somebody happened to say he was a
good lawyer and he got tho reputation of it.
At length tho famous California case of Den
tice vs. Florenco Jarndlced along, and ho took
a hand in it. He also took everything else that
was in It. At tho round-up of tho caso he got
tho drop ou the jury with a sweating speech.
Instead of talking in the Anacostla and George
town of the caso ho came right down to the
Market Spaco of tho question. Ho never loafed
in tho suburbs of his subject. He forcipped
the stopper from tho socket of its neck and
poured sarcasity on snobocrat-. Ho became
an oratorical Vesuvius and Pompeilzed oppo
nents with tho red-hot lava of his wrath. He
made an argument of many horse power that
kept afloat despite tho weight of tho other
side. It had fast colors and stood washing by
the opposition. Every fact was clinched on
one side and hand-sewed on both. Ho tore
down a three-ply fenco from his windpipe,
climbed through his coat, unbuckled his hal
terspeuders, split his phiz, and broke the
breech of his countenance so well that the op
posing argument looked like tho Republican
party after the next election. Some men make
more cackle in laj-Ing a single point than ho
did In hatching his whole speech. He stuffed
law into tho jury until they didn't know any
thing about it. Ho hurled logical bricks
through tho sympathy of the jurors, pumps and
handkerchiefs wero manned, and every juror
bailed liquid sorrow from tho depths of his
leaking soul. Niagaras of grief coursed through
every facial hatch and skylight. Every eye
had a Johnstown flood on Its own hook. Peo
ple got pickled in their own brine. Eyes wero
lost in the surf. Every orb was so wet that
there was not a dry ono in tho whole audience.
Quilltsts of the 'Frisco papers grasped tho tillers
of their Spencerlan clubs and piloted his praise
to press. It was a great speech and the ver
dict went right. I need not write his fee, ap
preciating as I do tho value of your space.
HAPPY DRY GOODS MEN.
An Enjoyable Excursion by tho Clerlcn of
Lansburgh Ss llro.
A largo and highly successful excursion to
Marshall Hall was given on Wednesday even
ing last by tho clerks of the largo dry goods
firm of Lansburgh & llro. for tho beuefit of
tho relief organization of tho store. The
proprietors of tho establishment, with their
usual munificence on such occasions, furnished
tho boat, and in addition bought a largo num
ber of tlckots. Under tho inanngemeut of the
soveral committees, assisted by nature's gift of
delightfully pleasant weather, tho affair was a
success In every particular. Tho party of ex
cursionists, 800 in number, left tho wharf at 0:30
P. M. on tho Macalester, returning to tho city
shortly after midnight. Quito a sum of money
was realized for tho organization for which tho
excursion was given.
Tho committees wero as follows: Boat
and grounds Samuel Hart, chairman; J.
Z. Leishear, C. Walllngsford, C, Iardella,
II. Hlrsch, F. Ureslau, and R. Collins.
Entertainment S. Hart, chairman; S. Baclcen
heimer, A. Huckllu, N. Luchs, J, Weaver, and
R. Uerlrldgo. Printing S. Hart, chairman;
Fritz Hohoff, W. Powell, and Leon Goldsmith.
Floor S. Hart, chairman; V. G. Kelly, F. F.
Major, W. Wylle, J. Michaolis, J. Ochs, P.
Quald, and E. Alexander. Music S, Hart,
chairman; Ed. Uachrach, and N. Goodman.
Among others present wero M. Hamburger,
J. Strasburgcr, M. Strasburger, M. Lyon, R.
Goldsmith, Charles Goldsmith, Hans Roberts,
Mr. Eraerick, of Baltimore; J. Moser, F. Mack,
S. Herman, S. C. Wallack, L. KauiT
man, S. November, J. Wade, D. Lar
rabeo, J. Norris, P. Lowls, II. Shustcr,
J. Kane, J. K. Srashinger, J. Detweiller, W.
Bess, S. Weaver, Miss Bryant, tho Misses Cra
mer, Miss Katlo Walker, Messrs. Clipper, Dor
sey, and Killian J. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Rider, Mr. E. Chellui, Mr. Kendall, Miss Mur
doch, Miss Stevens, Miss Small, Miss Dorsey,
Miss Stewart, Miss Herring, Miss Horner, Miss
Cronese, Miss St. Clare, Mr. Edollu, Miss Al
len, Mr. Elliott, Mrs. Huntress, Mrs. Paxton,
Mr. Sprausy, Miss Frederick, Miss Kahu, Mi6s
LUlie Uanf, Mr. Meyers, Mr. Grovcuor, Mr.
Zimmerman, Mr. Tripp, Miss Duukhorst, Miss
Heinline, of Frederick; Miss Roso Withers,
Miss Roso Leo, Mrs. John Holmes, Miss Mag
gie Holmes, Miss Llzzlo Uerens, Mr. and Mrs.
Jos. Moser, Miss Bertio Reese, Miss Lizzie
Williamson, Miss Mary Chaffee, Judge Sener,
of Virginia; J. W. Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo
Gray, Rudolph Goldsmith, Dr. W. Hore, John
Reed, of Virginia; Dr. Ed. Koss, and Mr. and
Mrs. David Jackson.
Drink Tannhauser beer, n, Benzler.
Such a slock of Negligee Shirts, (all
varieties,) Belts, Sashes, Vests, Zephyr
Neckwear, etc., as we are showing has
never been seen before in town.
Cor. J 5th
A. G. SPAIiBING & BROS.. ' "
BASE BALL, LAWN TENNIS, ARCHERY, AND GENERAL
Wo offer this season a superb lino of Base-ball goods In an cntlro now lino of Balls Wairon
tonguc, Axletreo, nnd Second-growth Ash Bats, Catchers' nnd Basemen's Mits, Gloves, and acces-ones.
, ... -- --
t , lurchcry goods wo present a lino of imported Bows, Arrows, nnd accessories, selected by Mr,
John W. Spalding when In England last fall, which arc woll worthy tho attention of tho devotees ol
Luis ijiuuouuij uiiu u.YuuuiuLiutf uui-uuur u)uru
InFlshingTacklothoassprtmentlssplondid. Every foreign mart has been searched, and thosam
RjJS?5f each domestic manufacturer havo been gone over, with a view or presenting for tho season
Uv, mu uw.,ib,hw jwi w oiniu uuujuuu, jjuuuy-wuuu, .uuuiauara, urcen-nearc, ana other Hods.
The specla ties aro "Leonard's" Split Bamboos. "Divine's" Bcthabara and Green heart, Spalding's
Kosmic Snlit Bamboo. Chubb's. Conrov's. and Abhln & Tmhrln'a Lnnon-wnnri n,i a Qi,.iii.i Vi
Tho hard-braid raw-silk Bass Lines and Martin's "Kingfisher" Potomac Dass Lines arc bettor than
over. Also a now and Imported lino of Harrison's Potomac Bass Hooks, short shanks and well-defined
barbs. In fact wo havo every kind of Bods, Reels, Linos, Hooks, etc., that tho most fastidious
fisherman could desire. Wo offer a beautiful Split Bamboo ltod, Henshall pattern, for S4 each, and
from that up to Leonard's Hods at S30. Only tho best goods in stock. Send for catalogue of sum
mer sports. All kinds of General Sporting Goods. Dealers supplied and specinl rates to clubs
ES FOR SPRING
Wc liavo tlio les"t-seleetecl
sloclc ol ilne mid sei'vlccable
Sl-IODES (ift -fclie lo-vresl; prices)
lor oix Siiriiis Tx'iitle ever
slio-wix iii. -fcliis city.
A.11 x'roin. -fclie best mainilnc-tnzrex-s.
"We can slio"v you "fclie
lesl: mid lending styles In 111 p;li
and low shoes fox
Ladies', Misses', Children, and
Call early anil secure your
choice. Oxix Sales have been
double any prcvloiis season,
consequently onx sizes may Te
brolceu bclore oxix duplicate
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THE INDUSTRIAL SAYINGS
mid LOAN ASSOCIATION.
It PAYS BENEFITS in tho EVENT of DEATH.
It is a SAVINGS INSTITUTION.
It LOANS MONE V TO ITS MEMBERS.
SHAKES, TWENT Y-PIVE CTS. A MONTH.
J.H.SOULE, THOMAS G. HENSEY,
oc27-tfl 1300 F Street Northwest
American Security and Trust Co.,
1410 G Street Northwest.
Money received upon deposit, subject to check
at sight, and interest allowed on daily balances.
0 por cent, first loans upon city property for
Thomson-Houston Electrlo Company. Pre
ferred stock, bearing 7 per ceut dividend, for
salo. A good investment.
Suretyship Bonds. Money Loaned,
Escrow deposits and valuable papers received.
Offlcors A. T. Britton. President: C. J. Boll,
First Vico President; A. A. Thomas, Second Vico
President; Percy B. Metzger, Seoretary and
Directors A. T. Britton, James E. Fitch, W.S.
Thompson, narry F. West, Bobt. Dornan, Wm.
Verner, Henry S. Louchheim, James G. Payne,
Nath. E. Jannoy. Wm. M. Coatos, Ueriah Wll
klns. Martin F. Morris, Alan H. Beed. C. J. Boll,
M, M. Parker, Chas. O. Duncanson, Elllngham B.
Morris, Chas. Porter, Joseph A. Jannoy, A. A.
Thomas, M. W. Boverldgo, Caleb J. Mllno, Crosby
S. Noyes, John E. Horrcll, John S. Jonks,
S. S. SHEDD & BRO.
432 NINTH STREET.
Fourteenth and H Sts. N. W.,
INTEKIOlt MARBLE WORK, WAINSCOTING
AND TILING. so8-ly0
DR. H. M. SOHOOLEY,
ROOMS 03-04 PACIFIC BUILDING,
Telephone 835 033-024 F STRKET.
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GEXTS' DRESS SlJLK MATS,
$B, $0, and $8.
SPIKIKCr STYJLES IMGRBYS,
$l.."JO, $2, $3.50, $3, $3. CO, and $4.
SPKISfGrSTYJLES SOFT MATS
$l,$l.fiO, $3, $3.50, $3, $3.50, $4,
$4.50, $5, unl$0.
BOYS' DEKBY MATS,
$1.50, $3, nnd $3.50.
Boys' Cloth imil Soft Mats,
75e., $1, $1.50, $3. and $3.50.
liadies' Riding Mats nnd Caps.
Oaxies and. Tlrribrellas.
Leather JUat Boxes.
JAMES Y. DAVIS' SONS
1201 Pennsylvania Avenue.
IF YOU AllE IN NEED OF A WHITE SniUT
"CHAMPION" at 85 Cents.
This is our own manufacture, and tho fit and
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