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Tmm &xji&ix&rr aciBaR.A.ijD. stjmjdjy, December 7,is9o.
Roil Estate, Loans, nnd Insurance,
1 o :'. O STREET N 0 11 T II W 13 S T .
N st nw, near 17th S3"i.000
Now York nvo nw, near 10th 10,000
New Hntnpshlro nvo nw, 0 rooms, n. m. I.. 10,000
Tenth st, nenr M nw, n rooms, a. m. i 0,500
Now Hampshlronvc, 0 rooms, a. in. 1 0,750
1833 ISth ntrcet,8 rooms, a. m. i 7,600
list, near 14th, a.m. I 7,400
S st. near 15th, a.m. 1 0,500
(537 T stnw. n. in. 1 f.000
inn Columbia st, a.m. 1 4,000
15 5th st no, rum. 1 3,500
1210 Cst bo, 0 rooms 1,050
Also, Lots In northeast and southeast, good lo
cation and low prices.
This is only a partial list of a lnrgo number or
houses and lots on our books, which can bo sold
at n bargain.
No. 1202 N street northwest, elegantly fur
nished, containing twelve rooms, largo closets,
and all recent improvements. S150 a month.
"O EAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS E. WAG GAM AN, 017 F street.
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
KiS B st s w, b h, 18 rs 822,000
010 to 030 Md avc sw, b h, 4 rs 18,000
lOlGECupstee, bh.O rs 8,000
U1GG stBW,bh,7 rs 8,500
400 and 408 11th stsw, bh.ml.O rs 5,000
23!)131stsw. bh, 8rs 5,000
507 and 500 Va nvo and 000 5th st and two
unimproved lots no 4,5CO
210 to 222 13th st and Ky ave, bet S O avo
and Bat eo 4,000
401and400S Capitol stsw, f h,0 rs 3,000
!!02!)thst so, b h, 0 rs 3,000
515 11th st so, b h, 8 rs 2,000
OOOnnaiHlI stse.f b,5rs 2,500
4481 btsw, bh, ors 1,800
Alley bot 0th and 7th, G and E sts sc,
bh,3 rs 1,500
!)21Gstsw,f h,5rs 1,500
305 10 1 h st se, f h , 5 rs 1,500
12 Capitol alley sw, bh.Ors I,4o0
1315 to 1310 K st se, f h,5rseach 1,200
000 alley bet G and H, 0th and 10th sts sw,
f h, 7rs 1,100
Alley bet 4i andCth, H and I sts sw, 4 rs 900
7 Hope avo se, b li. 4 rs 800
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
G St. bet N Cap and 1st sts nw S4.000
Va ave and IMth stnw 2,700
Ast, bet 14th aud 15th sts s e 1,350
mn st, Dot u jap anu a sis so i,uuo
Part lot 5, Kst bet 16th nnd 17th sts nw.. . $4 60
liStbetinthandlGthstsnw 3 00
Q st bet 15th andlOth sts nw 2 75
Pa ave, bet Gth and 7th stss e 200
7th st bet 11 and S nw 175
30th st between N and O stsnw . 125
HOUSES FOB BENT.
715 2lEtstn w,7 rs $35 00
1827 IC&t nw,7rs 30 40
lOSGst n w,0rs 30 39
244 1st st s w, 0 rs 25 00
13 Myrtlo st n e, 7 rs 20 00
122J H st n c, 0 rs 20 CO
833 Gth st n c, 0 is 18 00
705 A st n e, 0 rs 18 00
38 Def recs st u w, 8 rs 15 30
1225 Md avo s w, G rs 15 00
STOKES, OFFICES, ETC.
BoomB9andlO,2diloor,G0315thst $30 00
Store 44H G st nw, 2 rs 20 30
Store-room 1511 M st nw 15 00
4CSLaave, back room, 2d iloor 15 00
Strand dwsr COO I st no, 0 rs 18 00
0th &t and Pa uve, room 8 12 50
Hall 1300 4 stsw 12 00
Store-room 421 L st sc 8 00
Store-room 331 K st no 8 00
Shop rear 1G20O stnw 5 CO
In sums to suit at 0 per cent.
Tho above la only a portion of tho property on
, my books. For full list oall at office l'orbulletin,
i,?8UPdffttholstandl5tli. . r.,.T
f c 17-1 v T. E. WAG GAM AN.
The following pieces of IMPBOVED COUN
TRY PROPERTY, situated about two miles
from Washington City, aud suitablo for dairy,
poultry, or garden fnrins, or for residences of
persons engaged in business in tho city and de
siring to livo a short distance In tho country:
3 acres, 3-room houso SM00
Hi acres, 5-room houso 1,000
20 acres, S-room house 3,500
27 acres, 11-room house, full view of city.. 10.000
12 acres. 10-room now houso 7,000
50 acres, 11-room houso 11,000
Also 7 acres near Chain Bridge for $100 per
acre; 2 acres adjoining for $1.25 per acre.
Many other pieces of improved and unim
proved country property, near Washington, D. C.
Send for list and map of country surrounding
Wafebingtou. Sent frco on application.
J. E. CLEMEWTS,
1321 F street northwest, Washington, D.C.
EDW. J. BTEIiMVAQEN
THOMAS M. OAIjB
Thomas I Fisher & Co.,
13S4- 3T Stsi-eet.
REAL ESTATE AftT! LOAN BROKER,
1120 F STREET N. AY., WASHINGTON, D, O
In tho District of Columbia, Maryland, and Vir
ginia. Property Bought, Sold, and Exchanged.
Houses Bontcd and Bents Collected
Fire Insurnneo Placed in Bollablo Companies.
5uJL- CjWXL. IV jv-'
1415 F Street,
Member of Washington Stock Ex
change. All local stoolcs ami securi
ties bought antl solil. de8-lt
J. S. BELT & CO.,
ileal Estate, Loans, & Insurance,
C30 F streot, Bet. Sixth aud Soveuth N. W.,
WABIIINGTON, I. O.
Special Attention Given to tho Salo of Sub
urban Lots ami Country Property.
Sitewt 3IEjsitttc: SSfojorfcrtttj!
IF O IR, S -A. L IE.
On Vermont avenue, between K street and
Iowa Circle, thrco flno residences. Prico from
$25,000 to $35,000.
On Twelfth street, between B and S, 10-room
brick; all modern improvements. $7,500.
On M strcet.botwcon Ninth and Twelfth streets
northwest; brick; 11 rooms; all modern improve
On Q street northwest, brick; 10 rooms: all mod
ern improvements; largo back yard. $8,000.
Other valuablo properties for salo In all parts
of tho city.
ROOM s, 1339 F ST. N.W.
J. F. LAWRENCE &
No. 007 FOURTEENTH STREET N. W.
A FULL LINE OF
Marvin's Firo ami Burglar-Proof Safes
ALWAYS ON HAND.
G. T. CHASE.
B. C. FRAZEE.
THE CHASE INVESTMENT CO.
Loans Placed & Houses Rented,
NO. 681 E STREET N. W.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE:
ESTABLISHED SINCE 1802.
PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN IN ALL
ESTIMATES AND PRICES CHEERFULLY
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED
IF DESIRED. no30-tfl2
il-Df I SALE
"W- II. HOEKB'S
Carpet and Furniture Ware-Rooms.
Wo wish to return our hearty thanks to our
friends and tho public for their liberal support
during tho season which is just closing. You
havo mndo it ono of tho busiest wo hnvo over
known. Wo havo appreciated your trado nnd
bollovo wo havo saved you money where you
havo favored us with your orders, and if you
havo placed them elsowhero you havo received
tho benefits or our low prices to a certain or
tent. Wo arc going to oloso tho season with a
GREAT MARK-DOWN SALE IN ORDER TO
REDUCE OUR STOCK TO 1T8 MINIMUM BY
JANUARY 1, 1801. AND WE INVITE YOU TO
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT. Yon will find
PRICES CUT FROM 10 to 23 PER CENT. Whero
goods havo moved tho slowest we havo put tho
knlfo tho deopest. Wo want to exchange them
for your CASH and glvo you tho advnntngo of
Wo havo cut tho prlco on Carpet regardless of
tho MoKlnloy bill.
Ingrain Carpets, 45o. Host Extra Supers, 05c.
Extra Quality Tapestry. 75o. nody llrussols
Carpots, SI. Bigolow, Lowell, Hartford, and
other makes of Body Brussels nt 1.15. Best
Moqucts nt $1.23.
COME EARLY AND REMEMBER THE CASH
BUYER CANNOT AFFORD TO PASS -US BY.
8th St. and Pa. Avo.
Js an invaluable remedy foil
SICK HEADACHE, TORPID
LIVER, DYSPEPSIA, PILES,
AND ALL BILIOUS DISEASES.
FEMININE ODDS AND ENDS.
OUKRKNT MINTS ON ti'ASHIONS AND
Some Now nnd Pretty Designs for Cush
ions French PIvo-O'Clock Ten Mrs.
Kondnl On tho Fnn.
"Cushions seem to bo tho perennial delight of
the average woman," says a writer in a Now
York paper. "This is an ago of cushions, and
her soul rejoices in them. Tho saddle-bag
cushions still exist nnd nro likely to, ns they havo
happily solved tho 'tidy' problem. Thoso
wretched things, abhorred by mankind, arc
gone, it Is hoped, uovcr to return. But having
hung tho enddlo-bags over tho backs of our
chairs, thoro must still bo cushions gnloro for
window seats, couches, corners, to fit in uncom
f ortablo angles cushions unlimited nnd of ovcry
variety. Tho molon cushion looks rather prottv
if It is well made, but tho ncorn cufdiion is newer
nnd is being shown nt tho art shops. This, which
is, of course, many times tho slzo of its forest
prototype, has tho acorn of palo-green silk and
tho cup of darker green, which Is put on rather
full and sowed down In spots tojglvo tho raised,
unoven look of nature. Another pretty combi
nation of tho acorn is rcddlsh-brown plush and
pnle-yellow silk. A loop is sowed for tho stem
to tako hold by. Theso well-dcilncd shapes,
however, cannot bo recommended as satisfactory
for general wear. Plain, square, oblong, oval,
or round cushions last longer in ovcry way, and
can bo so different In material and decoration as
to supply tho needed vnrloty. Whlto silk
cushions wrought In gld embroidery nro used
In very dainty apartments, but their delicacy
hardly fits them for cushion service."
Complexion depends largely on tho character
of the food, llich dishes nro poison. A diet of
fruit, fresh milk, unbolted Hour bread, grains,
nnd'vegetables will do moro for tho complexion
thnn u hundred washes. Avoid lard dishes,
spices, ten, coffee, and alcohol. Long drinking
of tea, coffee, and constipating food give women
cloudy skins nnd red noses. A torpid liver
causes constipntion, nnd that ruins tho skin.
Dyspepsia and tight lacing redden tho nose.
In spito oE tho efforts of thoso who follow
closely the English fashions tho pointed shoo re
tains its plnco in popular favor. For walking
boots tho Hat, low heel camo to stay, but ono'a
foot looks so much smaller In a pointed-toed boot
that tho broad and square-toed boot had no
Mrs. Kendal says that a Ian is tho most useful
thing a body can possess. She can uso it as a
mask to hide traces of tears or lurking smiles.
She can secretly apply her powder puff behind
its friendly shelter, or sho can nibble sweets at
tho theatre without attracting attontion. Then,
too, tho fan is a weupon of conquest.
There is no ornament of tho dining-room or
drawing-room that will givo moro genuine
pleasure than a fernery. If this is grown in n
closo glass case it will require very little care.
Tho most attractive ferneries nro made up of
ferns ana flowering plants taken from ournativo
The rough-weather gowns for tho fall arc of
frieze and tweed, In tho mixed weaves, and hav
ing bright flannel or serge waistcoats. Felt
toques will bo moro worn with them than tho
cloth toques of a season or two back, although
tho latter aro by no means wholly gone out.
Quito young ladies with very thick and wavy
hair havo permission to part it down tho middle
of tho back, combing it to tho sides, whero it is
braided, then returning it to tho back and twist
ing it in a flat knot on tho nape of ttio neck.
Tho "Amerlcnn Beauty" is the favored rose for
millinery uses. Next comes tho orchid. Either
may bo bought in a hot-house or flower shop for
UO per cent, less than the modisto charges for tho
Tho masculine girl has gone into the double
breosted waistcoat, with which sho wears tho
puffed scarf and pin. It is not known that tho
adoption of all this makes her any more at
tractive Tho horseshoo pin is becoming a very fashion
able ornament. Dead gold Is first choice
mounted liko a scarf-pin, tho design being an
inch in diameter.
Five-o'clock tea is served in France with thin
slices of toast, over which is placed n pasto of
fresh sardines and butter, or of enviaro and
drops of lemon.
Buckskin vests and trimmings nro an expensive
caprice which will only bo adopted by women of
Tho rngo for colored candles is over,
wax is tho order of tho night and light.
PLANTS IN BLOOM.
Tlio llollof TliatThoy Aro Injurious to tho
From Amateur Gnrdening.
Tlicio Is a widespread belief that the pres
ence of growiug plants and cut ilowors In
rooms is in some way prejudicial to thoso who
sleep therein. This belief Is probably duo to
tho fact, learned at school, that plants give off
nt night carbonic acitl, uiid tho knowledge that
this Rfls Js Irresplrablo. A writer has recently
published tho results of some experiments mado
In a closed green-house, showing how fanciful
aro theso fears.
Iu this grcen-houso there were 0,000 growing
plants, and the average of thrco oxporlmouts,
mado early on three differont mornlugs after
tho plnco had been closed for moro than twolvo
hours, exhibited only 4.03 parts of carbonic acid
per 10,000. Wo can judge by this experiment
that from ono or two plants tho quantity of gas
given off must bo far too srnnll for recognition,
and certainly many hundred times less than
that formed by a burning tapor, or given off by
ono pair of lungs.
Mrs. Gladstone's Kindness.
A pretty Amorlcnu girl recently called upon
Sirs. Gladstone at her Loudon home. Sho car
ried a most favorable letter of introduction as a
member of a well-known Amorlcan family.
Her brightness and sparkle attracted tho wlfo
of tho great English statesman, and for an on
tiro afternoon and ovenlng sho lived In tho
Gladstono household. Sho confessed to Sirs.
Gladstone that her visit had a purpose that of
writing an article on tho homo life of hor hostess
for an American magazine.
"But, my dear," said Mrs. Gladstone, "your
people aro Interested in Mr. Gladstono; they do
not know mo,"
"That Is just why I came," replied tho girl,
"in order that Americans may learn a llttlo
moro of you."
At tho tea table Mr. Glad6touo joined with
his wife in onturtalnlug tho American girl, and
few were ever given a better opportunity of see
ing the Gladstono homo life.
Tho quiet pait which Mrs. Gladstono has
played In tho career of her famous husband Is
known to only a few. A freshness will there
fore attach it6olf to tho story, "A Day With
Mrs. Gladstone," as It will bo told by her bright
young visitor iu tho Ladies' Home Journal, of
Philadelphia, during tho coming year. This
article will ho one of tho series of "Unknown
Wives of Well-knowu Men," which this excel
lent magarlno will contain during 1891,
By All Odds
The most generally useful medicine Is Aycr'a
P11H. Asaiemcdy for thovarlou3 diseases
at tho utomnch, liver, and bowels, theso
Pills havo no equal. Their sugar-coating
ciuscs them not only to ho easy and
pleasant to take, but preserves their medi
cinal Integrity In all climates and for any
reasonable length of time. The best family
medicine, Aycr's Pills are, also, unsurpassed
for the use of trnvelora, soldiers, sailors,
campers, and pioneers. In some of tho
most critical cases, when all other remedies
" In the summer of 18G-1 I was 3ent to tho
Annapolis hospital, suffering with chronic
diarrhea. While there, I became so re
duced In strength that I could not speak and
was compelled to write everything I wanted
to say. I was then having somo 23 or so
stools per day. The doctors ordered a medi
cine that I was satisfied would he of no
benefit to me. I did not take It, but per
suaded my nurse to get mo somo of Dr.
Aycr's Pills. About two o'clock In the after
noon I took six of these pills, and by mid
night began to feel better. In the morning
the doctors came again, and after deciding
that my symptoms were moro favorable, gavo
niu n different medicine, which I did not use,
but took four more of the pills instead. Tho
next day the doctors came to see mo, and
thought I was doing nicely, (and so did I).
I then took ono pill a day for a week. At tho
end of that time, I considered myself cured
and that Aycr's Pills had saved my life. I
was then weak, but had no leturn of tho
disease, and gained iu strength as fast as
could be expected." F. C. Luce, Late Lieut.
DCth Rcgt. Mass. Vol. Infantry.
"Ayer's Pills are
I have ever used for headaches, and they
act liko a charm in relieving any disagree
ablo sensation in the stomach after eating."
Mrs. M. J. Ferguson, Pnllens, Va.
"I was a sufferer for years from dys
pepsia and liver troubles, and found no
pennanent relief until I commenced taking
Ayer's Pills. They havo effected a com
plete cure." George W. Mooney, Walla
Walla, W. T.
DR. J. G. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.
Sold bv ail Druggists) and Dealers in Aledicluc
608 Ninth Street Northwest,
GRAND DISPLAY OF
Largo and Attractive Lino of Ladles' and
JAPANESE SII.IC HANDKERCHIEFS
Plain, Embroidered, Fancy Bordered, nnd Initial
FANCY WORSTED GOODS,
CHILDREN'S MERINO CLOAKS AND
SILK AND PLUSH CAPS.
Elenant Assortment of
PLUSH AND FELT TABLE COVERS, TIDIES,
LINEN BUREAU AND
TRAYS AND SPLASHERS.
Flno Selection of Embroidered and Painted
TOILET SETS, GLOVE AND
DRESSING CASES, PLAIN and DRESSED
WORK nnd WASTE-PAPER BASKETS,
PLAIN AND TRIMMED,
In Largo Variety.
Full Lino of
PLUSHES, SILKS, FELT. CHENILLE, AND
PLUSH AND SILK ORNAMENTS,
no23-3m3 AT BOTTOM PRICES.
Our PATENT-LEATHER BLUOIIER SHOES
nro tho ilncst mndo.
Our LADIES' SHOES AND SLIPPERS can
not bo excelled. Wo match dresses In all colors.
Bring your samples along.
In our Custom DopnrtniontourTEN-DOrtLAR
MEN'S SHOES must bo worn to bo appreo.' jted.
In our Custom Dopartraont wo make best
RIDING BOOTS for Gonts and Ladies .
WILSON & CAH11, 929 F St.,
WASHINGTON, D. O.
Baltlraoro Store, i and 0 W. Baltlmoro Streot.
LATEST STYLES AND LOWEST RATES.
Artists' and Architects' Supplies,
501 NINTH STREET.
nlO-tfO BRANCH, 1722 PENNA. AVE.
GEOIiaK KEITIII.KV, O. S. TUGKKlt,
1215 Ponua. Avo. S. E. 1217 Ponna. Avo. S. E.
-" ' i( w,) : Stj. ffriT lt
'hi i, i ,i .y
CARPENTERS and RUILDERS,
STORE WORK A SPECIALTY.
SnOP, N. W, CORNER EIGHTH AND E
EXTRA VALUES IN SUPERIOR IIANDKEH-
Wo have received nil our Christmas Hnndker
chlofs. which is positively tho best and most
varied lino oyer shown by us. Tho styles hnvo
nil been carefully selected, nnd wo nro confident
wo enn plenso tho most critical.
1 orcnoons, or between 12 nnd 2, nro tho parts of
tho day to shop during December. No crowds,
no i bustle; then wo can glvo you moro nnd better
Wo give below a partial list of what Is con
Uined in this department.
REMARKABLE HANDKERCHIEFS AT 23
All wldtlu, hemstitched, guaranteed puro linen
rbrio, full size, put up in nent boxes.
Initial and Embroidered Handkerchiefs for tho
Holiday. Our assortment Is hotter than wo
havo oyer exhibited. It is very gratifying to
know tlint our efforts nro appreciated.
Wo aro showing in both Silk nnd Linen. Wo nro
offering much better embroidered initials. Tho
sizo of tho Handkerchiefs for tho prlco is larger
and the mnterlnl far Riiporior.
Ladies' and Men's Linen Initial Hnndkorchlefs
atSoennd oOc. each. Six 60c. Initial Handker
chiefs in a box for S2.V5.
Men's Fine Quality Jap Silk Initial nt 50c. and
I1 ei?c,,,V.FulA s ze Elaborate Worked Initials.
Ladies' lino Embroidered Handkerchiefs. There
is no Handkerchief moro popular and desirable
this season than tho Embroidered kind, and what
pretty styles thero nro to bo scon. Tho prices
rango from 121c. to $3."i each. Wo cannot enu
merate tho Btyles, thero being too many. It will
please us to show them to you.
LANSBURGH & PRO.
Such a useful article ns Pockotbook, Purse,
Billbook, and its liko always find a welcome;
pur stock is now and our assortment is in con
formity. Wo warrant tho wear of any article of
Leather Goods bought from us.
2Sc. Pocketbooks nnd Purses in different styles.
Mc. Pocketbooks and Purses In differont styles.
OOp. Pocketbooks and Purses in dlffercntstyles.
rw? LIu?Tof 9,ard ases' different styles, in
Ooze i and Seal Leather, C0c. upwards.
Children's Chntolain Bags. 2.io.
Also n Fine Lino of Ladles' Chatelaln Bairs 50c
98c.,S1.25, S1.C8, S2.25, 88.48. $2.98, In Oozo and Seal
Ladles' Shopping Bags. Satin, with Leather
Trimmings. 08c, S1.48. and S1.08.
Leather Writing Tablets, 40c-
nndSlh03r WrItInjr Mets. fled, S1.25, S1.4S,
Writing Tablets, with look and key. in Oozo
and Leather, $1.48 to $3.48. ".y.m uozc
DR. JAEGER'S UNDERWEAR.
Wo nro tho Washington Agents
for tills Celebrated Underwear
lormon, women, and children.
wtrim Itsviruiesnroknowntoall. Tho
WHAT medical fraternity indorso em-
imrOT.T.m phatically Its Health-ariving and
SEEJAPJ Henlth-preserving Qualities.
PH,ISI:T Wo aIso havo their Knec-
wSSmVw w"ri?er Skirts, and such liko
P.P articles as they make. Now is
MAKE. tho timo to buy theso goods. Our
sales people will explain to you
nil about them. Information
cheerfully given nnd catalogues
sent to "Out-of-Town People."
Hero is our stronghold on your observation.
In tho book lino no ono can touch us. This may
not sound modest, but yet it is the truth. Our
prices are way below competition. Wo carryall
tho Latest Publications by all tho Popular
Authors, and an immense umount of Children's
Literature, ABC Blocks, Scrapbooks, Scrap
THE GENERAL PUBLIC
Will bear In mind that wo will lay aside any arti
cle selected now for a Chirstmas present and
keep in good condition nt our risk.
Can make uso of our Mall-order Department.
Goods carefully packed aud shipped to any place
in tho United States.
420, 422, 424, 426 Seventh St.
Manufacturers of High Grade
FRESH EVERY HOUR.
No. 1 000, Cop. 1 0th and F Sts. N. W.
Washington Riding School,
PROF. J. A. McOLARY, Proprlotor.
Stables, 1105 Eleventh St. N. W.
Classes Formed and Saddlo Horses for
Practicing at nil times. Horses Gaited to
TERMS: $10 for Comploto Course of Instruc
J. O. ADDISON,
Successor to RIDER & ADDISON,
9 Blank Books,
027 Loulsliiim Avenue.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN !
Tho tlmo has arrived whon persons who owo
bills must pay them or lose their credit.
Do not tako offense when you receivo our no
tices, but if you aro unablo to pay go and make
somo arrangement with tho party you owo to
wnrd a settlement.
What wo want is protection for our merchants
against that class of persons who can but will not
pay their bills.
Thoso persons who havo failed to make any ar
i?.ngetncnt lor Bottling thoir bills after having
been properly notilled will bo reported to tho
members of tho Merchants1 Mutual Protective
Union December 1 as unworthy of credit.
This association embraces morohants, doctors,
lawyers, and all other busluessos, trades, aud
J. B. BROWN, Manager,
Room 15, Central National Bank Building.
LILLIAN M. STAHL,
Of tho Now England Conservatory School
of Elocution and Collego of Ora
tory, Boston, Mass., gives
ESTHETIC PHYSICAL CULTURE.
She is also prepared to mnko engagements with
entertainment committees for churches, socie
ties, lodgos, oonoort compaules, etc., nnd can bo
engaged for tojtaffSpSBoaoK.
no23-3ml:5 1017 Fifteenth street.