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THE SUN13A.Y HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEiMBER 28, 1S90.
Nobody knows .lust what Itonjamin Harrison,
Jr., thought on Christmas Evo when nil the
glories of the Christmas tree flnslicil upon him.
Ho and little -Mary stood in speechless, open
eyed wonder, too full of astonishment foruttcr
ancc. The tice stood in tho southwest corner
of thepietty oval room upstairs which Is
callcdt dp library. It was resplendent with
light funn manj a waxen taper, reflected from
silver ai.d gold urnaments on the tree. The
tree was a cedar, nearly ten feet high, nml
gracefully pioportioned. Tho wonderful fruit
it bore whs enough to make any little one
speechless with wonder and delight, as theso
children were. There wero lovely talking dolls
and all the toy furnituie for housekeep
ing to delight little Mary's hcait
and, true to feminine nature, sho fouud
her voice first as sho clutched a "pretty
baby'' iu her arms, benjamin docs not talk
half as much as his sister, or so much as ho
used to. Ho just looks and thinks. A train of
cars with a locomotivo attached such a train
as ha! the boys of his ago In humbler homes
rejoice iii, is his favorite toy. And ho at once
ignored many finer things to play "go to Now
York" with tho steam cars on the tree. He
acts tho jolly llttlo engineer, conductor, and
train-master in one. The family, grouped about
theso little toddlers, found their sweetest
Christmas cheer in seeing theso babies enjoy
themselves. Mis. McKco did not prolong tho
evening hours for the little ones, By 0 o'clock
they were tucked Iu bed and sound asleep. On
Friday morning Mrs. McKco began to put
away some of tho finer toys for future use.
A child can get only a limited amouut
of happiness into playtime, and too many toys
cloy even upon baby appreciation. As those
tojslnuso go to pieces those in reserve arc
brought out by Mrs. McKco and liked all tho
better for their novelty. The Hekald leporter
was conducted to the nursery to see tho chil
dren at j)lay with some of their now toys. Ben
jamln has put on boyish ways since this time
last year, ilo now wears Scotch plaid "kilts,"
with a loose, white shirt showing between his
jacket front. He was on tho lloor making tho
New York express up for a trial trip, with a lo
comotive at each end of tho train to push"f ro' do
sno'." Little Mary was tending a now doll,put
ting her to bed in it bed almost blir cnouph fnr
herself. While she made Dolly's night toilet
she sat on tho bed. Both theso little ones are
nave a uerinan nurse, anu inoy cau already roll
tho gutterals uuder their babj' tongues in n
most astonishing manner. Benjamin, with a
little coaxing from nurse, stood up and recited
a nursery rhyme in German, with a comical
little bow at tho close that was quite taking.
The other nurse, who is akludergartner, amuses
the children with symbols and instruction in
childish things. Tho nursery is on the south
west side of the building a very modest sized
room. It has an open flrc-placc, a lounge is
under one window, and tho other windows have
baby play-houses iu their deep recesses. A
wardrobe, bureau, and chiiTonier of cherry
with low chairs completes tho appointment o"f
this home-like nursery of the President's grand
children. Criticism seems almost captious, yet
why give empty purses as gifts to those who
have nothing to put in them.
At Strathinoro Arms on Christmas night it
was not the traditional wedding bells that
clanged out joyously at (i P. M., but tho more
mosaic dinner bell that called a gay company
ofboardeis and their friends to a feast that
began with turtle soup and included all tho
Christmas dishes from roast turkey and game
to plum pudding, and ended with all tho
toothsome dainties imaginable. Tho tables
were set in the foim of an "L" in the dining
hall, and it was a very pretty sight when thb
guests gathered about them, After the dinner
" was served the room was cleared, chairs
brought in, and Mrs. Lockwood Prudence pro
ceded to open her "D. L. Academy," which,
translated into English, means the developed
late school, as each "miss" in school had
reached the mature ago of anywhere from
forty to sixty, and tho infant class was com
posed of such dear little dimpled dar
lings as "bud" between tho ages of
sixteen and twenty. The "get-up" of
these children of this ancient and modern
academy was wonderful, and would have graced
professionals in some extravaganza on the theat
rical boards. There were threo selectmen
present to add dignity to tho occasion. They
also preseuted the diplomas, tied with blue rib
bons, to tho graduates. Theso selectmen being
all of the Quaker persuasion, the spirit did not
move them to speak while performing that im
poitant ceremony, and tho diplomas wero given
out in solemn silence. This academical com
mencement was a unique performance in every
wav. A more diversified and side-splitting
programme it would bo hard to find. Tho
pupils all came off with high honors from Con
gressman Van Shaick, who belonged to tho
infant class and sang "Baby Mine" with unc
tion, to tho class in composition, which was led
by Mies Snow. Miss Stowe followed on that
school-girl theme, "Spring," and Mrs. G. Cran
dell on "Headache." Then camo the recita
tions, in which Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Hort
distinguished themselves. Mrs. J-cggett sang a
pathetic ballad, while Mrs Stowc, as a graduato
ot tue academy unity years ago, sang a song
for which sho was at tho time almost expelled
from school. Now it is considered a most
fetching aria, and tho rendition covered tho
prima donna with glory. Tho secret society
connected with tho academy, tho "liy beaters,"
quite took tho palm. Tho bagpipe duet be
tween Mrs. Prudenco and Bridget Mahoney
was followed by tho Highland Fling by Mrs.
Jtlxfonl, whoso dancing was exceedingly grace
ful, considering 6hu had not practiced for flvo
years. Tho infant class ovoluted after tho most
approved kindergarten methods under Miss
Snow as teacher. Congressman Kerr preferred
not to poso on tho comedy sldo of tho pro
gramme, hence ho gnvo a recitation on "Amhl1
tlohV' Mr. Pickett, of tho National Guard,
acted tho pait of drum major in full uniform,
and the school orchestra, consisting of mouth
organs, whistles, and such 6tringed or wind
instruments, wero kept In admirablo time and
tuno by his handling of tho baton. After
school was out the lloor was cleared for dancing
by the belles and beaux of tho infant class,
while tho graduates sat down to a late supper
iu the private rooms of tho teacher, Mrs. M. S.
Mrs. and Miss Breckinridge entertained a
large number of friends at a 5 o'clock tea on
Friday evening at their homoon Connecticut
Mrs. Porter has arrived fiom Fort Niobrara
and will 6pend tho winter with her parents,
Colonel anil Mrs. J, D. AYIlkins, of 1023 G
Mr. and Mrs. C. Augustus Williams and Miss
Williams, of Now London, Conn., are estab
lished in their residence, 1801 Eighteenth
Miss Amy Wiuter, of Now Brighton, Pa., a
lovely brunette, is spoudiug the holidays with
Miss May llareha at 005 n street northwest.
Professor J. A. Sowall, of tho University of
Denver, and Mrs. Sowall aro guests of Doctor
and Mrs. Vasoy, of No. 1S507 Biggs street.
Mrs. John Walsh has returned from St. Louis
to the Arlingtou, where sho expects to remain
thruugh the winter.
The Misses Lillio and Carrlo Kelly, of Balti
more, aro visiting Mrs. A. F. Hllyer, of No,
2352 Sixth street.
General and Mrs. Oakes and Miss Daisy
Oakes aro iu their customary winter quarters at
as plump as partridges, but Mrs. McKeo says
"will persist in catching cold with every change
of the weather." Both Beniamin and
Ono of tho most enjoyable entertainments of
tho week was that given by tho Young Pcoplo's
Union of tho Univeroallst Church, on Tuesday
ovenlng, nt their church. They secured the
services of the Glee and Banjo Club of Tuft's
College, and tho collegians rendered somo of
tho most oujoyablo college music over heard
here. Tho solos by Messrs. Weeks, Small, and
Hawkins wero excellent, whilo tho banjos, and
mandolins wero played with a dash and spirit
seldom heard. Among tho mandolin players
was Mr. Ben Cunningham, ot Boston, who has
a woll-cstabllshcd reputation in that section as
v jiujui. j.iiu uuuumans wero tuo recipients of
much social attention whilo here.
Tho many friends of Scfior Salvador do
Mcudonga will bo greatly pleased at his op
pointment as Envoy Extraordinary and Min
ister Plenipotentiary from Brazil to tho United
States, thus insuring the continued rcsldenco
In tho Capital of ono of tho most charming
families in tho Diplomatic Corps. It was
feared at one time that Mr. Mendonca would
accept n Cabinet appointment tendered him by
tho Brazilian government, but Mr. Mendonca
declined, on tho plea that his health would not
permit of a constant residence in Brazil. Mr
and Mrs. Mendonca will probably return to
Washington during tho month of January.
Mr. J. S. Duvall, propriotor of tho Franklin,
gave a handsomo supper on Christmas night to
hls guests and their friends. Among others
present wero Maj. Baldwin, of the Army, and
Mrs. Baldwin; Miss Emma Baldwin ami Mr.
Ihcodorc Baldwin, Mrs. Daniel Wclselaud Miss
Hnttic Weiscl, Judge Chlpman, of Michigan;
Capt. Thomas McDougall, of tho Army, and
Mrs. McDougall; Major and Mrs. Farrar, Gcu.
Gonzales, Gen. Brown, of Indiana; Mrs. Hcr
ron, Miss Mazio Herrou, Mr. and Mrs. Han
cock, of Virgnla; Judge Ilolderman, Mrs. and
Miss Bycrs, Mr. Phillips, Miss Weed, and Miss
I -Ml n ,..
iibs uaroiino ransom, tuo artist, seems to bo
in tho cujoymout of a run of luck, having onlv
recently sold a lino picture entitled "A Fair
View from tho White House," and has slnco
leeeived an order for a duplicato from another
paiiy. Shchas also disposed of tho "Cherubs,"
copies from Raphael's Sistino Madonna, for
three hundred dollars. All theso sales have
been to people who havo but recently returned
DiTi! an'ago of Mr. R. Minor Mon cure, of
Stafford County. Va., and Miss Lyda Hunt, of
this CitV. took nlnpn nn Timcilcr )., t .,.
rcsldenco of Col. Syme, on East Capitol street,
in tho presence of the families of tho high con
tracting parties. Tho marriage ceremony was
performed by Rev. John Moncurc, of Gallipolls,
Miss Courtney Walthall announced her dc"
but by a very beautiful pink luncheon on
luesday. The guests wero the Misses Gorman,
Breckinridge, Payne. Jones, Garland, McMil
lan. Hutchinson, Denver, Stockdnlo, Mae
Donald, Ayer, Fleming, .Colquitt, Plain, Biggs,
Blackburn, Butler, Mills, and Greenlcaf.
Miss Sanger, tho President's stenograpuer-:
wields tho needlo as deftly as sho takes down
a stenographical report. Sho made a lovely
surah silk slip and a lace and cobweb muslin
dress to wear over it, with tho daintiest hem
stitched hems, for a Christmas present to her
little favorite, Mary Lodge McKee.
On Tuesday evening Miss Lillian B. Proctor
and Mr. J. F. Birrcll were married in Alexan
dria by Kev. Dr. Poisal. The ceremony took
place in the Methodist Protestaut Church, and
was witnessed by a large company of fiiendsof
the high contracting parties.
Miss Emma Conrad, daughter of Professor T.
N. Conrad, left the city early iu tho week for
Blacksburg, Va., to wait ou Miss Otey, daugh
ter of Dr. Otey, who was married on tho 23d
instant to Col. J. Hampton Iloge, of Governor
Fitz Lee's staff.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cutts Channson, of
Cleveland, Ohio, aro at the Arlington. They
havo but recently returned from an extended
European trip. They will probably remain in
Washington during tho season.
General and Mrs. Veazey and Mr. and Mrs.
C. S. Walton aro located at 1502 II street north
west for tho winter, and havo as their guest
Miss Elizabeth Smith, of Salisbury, Vt.
Mrs. Eugeno Van Kenssalaer gave a very
beautiful and elaborate dinner on Christmas
evening to a number of young people, among
whom wero the Misses Pauncefote
A Story of Mrs. Harrison.
Detroit News Now York Letter.
Whilo in Washington tho other day I heard a
story about Mrs. Harrison. A young woman,
tho orphan daughter of a once famous literary
man, brought a letter of introduction to John
Wanamaker. It was a simple request that the
Postmaster General would assist tho young
woman in seeing Mrs. Harrisou, because she
wanted to uso her name for a fair that 6ho was
getting up and which at that moment did not
look very promising. Mr. Wanamaker left a
room full of gentlemen discussing a post-ofllco
matter to take tho young woman kindly by tho
hand, pat her on tho cheek affectionately, as is
his custom, and then with a hurried excuse ho
loft tho Department, pushed the young woman
into a cab, and drovo to tho White IIouso. Mr.
Harrison treated tho young woman very consid
erately and promised that lie would uso his in
llucnco with his wife to attain tho object tho
visitor was after.
"Why not go and seo Mrs. Harrison now
about it?" said Mr. Wanamaker.
"Good idea," said tho President; "lot us go."
And tho threo started off together to find tho
It was near lunch hour, and Mrs. narrison
warmly invited tho entire party to join her at
lunch. Tho young woman was much surprised
at her cordial reception, as well sho might havo
been, for sho expected sho would havo to wait
a few days in Washington hoforo an opportu
nity would present itself to oven seo tho
President's wife. After luncheon was over Mr.
Harrison whispered something in his wlfo's oar,
and left tho two women together. Thoy chatted
for half an hour on tho subject, and whilo at
first Mrs. Harrison demurred against taking tho
prominent part in tho fair matter that her visitor
wished her to tako, sho finally consented, and
ouco moro urprised tho girl liy saying: "As you
aro a stranger in Washington, I will tako you
around with mo for a drivo this afternoon."
And so it camo that the President's wife aud
tho young woman drovo for a couple of hours
through tho streets of Washington, and finally
in tho early twilight tho President's canlago
drovo up to tho small hotel at which tho young
woman was stopping, aud blio was deposited
there, tho happiest being in the world.
A Swindled Coyote.
Tho Eureka flat country abounds in wild
geeso and tho hunters aro having fino sport.
Tho geeso swarm Iu tho stubblo-fiolds to cat tho
scattered heads of wheat and tho hunters dig
pits in theso fields and Ho In them, having first
set out a number of tin or pasteboard decoys to
attract tho geeso. A hunter named Adklus, a
day or two since, whilo sitting in a pit waiting
for geeso, 6aw a coyote sneaking down on his
decoys. Tho cunuiug brute cropt along for fifty
feet aud thou mado a spriug of about twenty
feet, landing ou top of ono of tho tin decoys.
Ho was tho most disgusted-looking coyote over
seen Iu that section, aud Adklus folt so sorry
for him that ho shot him.
Drink To-Kalon Winos.
Thoy aro absolutely
937 and 930 1' SI. S. W.
Our stock is largo nnd wo find it necessary to rc
duco It-turn it into cash. Prices, and tlintnlone,
will accomplish our object, so if you peruse our
list below carefully you will find something you
want, and that something will bo nt a wonder
fully low figure.
Cloaks First. '
Wo aro anxious to turn this stock Into monoy,so
wo offer tho following off marked prices. You
know how low they aro marked.
Any garment under SO,
SI. CO Oil.
Any garment between S" and S10,
Any garment between Sll nnd 315,
Any garment between SIC and $20,
Any garmentovcr S20,
Think of buyingnS2l clonk for S13.50, nnd iu
most cases such n garment is marked elsowhcro
S23 to S3o. l'his offer Includes every garment in tho
house-Jnckcts, Wrnps, Newmarkets, Children's
Goods, nnd Fur Cnpes.
Tho nbovo offer on fur cnpes is Immense. Think
or it. It will bring n fino Sable Capo marked $23
down to S17.50. Ten per cent off on our cntiro
stock of Muffs nnd Furs.
A salo of millinery that will surpriso you. Wo
have a big stock, consequently a big assortment,
and thoy must go.
Everybody knows tho quality of our Wool Hats
ntCOe.; they must tro at 25c.
And French Felt lints wo sold them all nloug at
SL20, others sold them nt$2. Your choice now at
Birds and Fancy Feathers that aro marked less
Birds and Fancy Feathers from 50c. to SL
Plaid Ribbons that sold at 50c, to-morrow at
5)37 and )3) F St. N. IV.
030 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
THE REGONIZED EATING-HOUSE.
DINNER, - DECEMBER 28, 1890.
Mook Turtle, Consomme, Vegetable.
Halibut, Rock Fish. Sea Trout,
Brown Sau co.
White, Pike, Haddock, Salmon Trout,
Bass, Cream Sauco.
Corned Pork and Turnips, Leg of Lanb,
Turkey and Cranberry Sauco, Beer, Lamb, Veal,
Pork, Pork and Beans, Now York style.
Loin of Lamb, Mint Sauce, Club-houso Pic.
Pnlaco aud Veal Pot Pio.
Boiled and Maahcd Potatoes, Stowed Tomatoes,
Anplo, Poach, Pumpkin, Custard, Sweet Potato,
Blackberry, Rhubarb, nnd Huokleborry Pies.
Sago and Vanilla, Dyan and Brandy Sauce,
Cabinet and Wlno Sauco.
SH OR EH AM CAFE,
Cor. loth and J Streets,
ONE SQUARE FROM THE WHITE HOUSE.
mm mucin u i dill
JAMES K. KHBXM,
LATEST STYLES AND LOWEST RATES.
Artists' and Architects' Supplies,
501 NINTH STREET.
nlO-tfO BRANCH, 1722 PENNA. AVE.
SIIEETZ & CO.,
Manufacturers of High Grado
FRESH EVERY HOUR.
No. 1 000, Cor. I Oth and F Ste. N. W.
Wlwil ffl&tixte fflLVKiU&v&
WILLIAM II. BARNES, Notary Public.
B.A.iE?,:rr:E!s &s. wiei.a.'vieiir
3S29 E Sti-cet., "Washington, X. C.
Loans Negotiated. Rents collected. Agents for Insurance Company of North America.
Real Estntc, Loans, nnd Insurnnce,
10 0 3 G STREET NORTHWEST.
. . FOR SALE.
N st nw, nenr 17th S3"i 000
Now York nvo nw, near 10th ln'ooo
New Hampshire avo nw, 9 rooms, n. m. 1.. 10,000
Tenth st, nenr M nw, i) rooms, n. m. i o 500
Nojv Ilampshlro avo, 0 rooms, a. m. 1 9,750
182318th street, 8 rooms, a. m. i 7500
Rst, near ltth, a.m. 1 7 ton
S st, near 15th, a.m. i nr,oo
03i T st u w. n. m . 1 a qqq
lfiU Columbia st, a. m. I .t'nno
155thstnc, n. m. i ;j(;oo
1210 C st so, 0 rooms '030
Also, Lots in northeast and southeast, coodlo
catlon nnd low prices.
This is only n partial list of a largo number of
houses and lots on our books, which can bo sold
nt 11 bargain.
No. 1203 N street northwest, elegantly fur
nished, containing twolvo rooms, largo closets,
aud all recent improvements. S150 a month.
IEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS E. WAG GAM AN, 917 F street.
THREE-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
1013 10th st, b h, m 1, 10 rs S15.000
1138 18th st, f h, 0 rs and 4 houses rear. . . . 10.000
1421 Boundary, f h, m 1, 8 rs 7,100
1110Tst.bh,7 rs oloOO
805 Oth st. b h, m i, 8rs 4.750
3253 K st, b h, 10 rs 3.000
1132 2Cthst. b h,8rs 1 500
Alley bet. 21st and 22d, M and N sts, b h,
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
400 and 408 11th st, b b, m i, 9 rs $3,000
404 and 400 S. Cap st, rh.Ors 3 000
342 and 314 M st, f h,4rs 2 000
1223 to 1231 Md ave, b h, G rs 2000
148 Ist,bti,5rs l.soo
924Gst,fb,5 rs 1 500
1028SCapst,b li,5rs 1300
Alloy, 4 and Oth, H aud I st, f h, 4 rs 900
013-15-17 Burke's Alley, f h, 4 rs each 900
Rearor334E st, fli.lrs GOO
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
at ,n , T Northwest. Per foot.
No cor 20th and I sts C5 00
Kstbet 10thnndl7th sts 4 50
Lst bet 15th and 10th 3 00
10th st bet T and U 3 CO
Q st bet 15th and 10th 2 75
10th st bet M and N sts 1 75
7th st bet Rand S 1 75
21th st bet L nnd M stsi.' 150
Florida nvo bet N Cap nnd O sts 150
10th st bet E nnd F 1 23
,. . HOUSES FOR RENT.
1217Nstnw, l'ur, 14 rs S250 00
3032 P st nw, f ur, 13 rs fcO 00
211 A st so, 14 rs 50 00
1203 H st ne, fur, 8 rs -15 00
123 Oth st ne, 9 rs 33 00
1017 22d st nw, 9 rs 32 CO
1519 8th st nw, 9 rs 31 50
Upper pt 1408 P st nw, 7 rs 30 00
301Lstnw, 7rs 28 50
3332 Prospect ave nw, 7 rs 20 00
2720 M st nw, 14 rs 23 00
1300 4stsw. 12rs .-. no
810 N Havonw, Ors 22 50
920 E Cap st no, C rs 20 00
2004 E st nw, 0 rs 20 40
iziuiststnw, Urs 20 00
Upper pt 58 n st nw, 0 rs 20 00
1133 19th st nw, 8 rs 19 00
OH 1st no, Ors 15 00
80 Myrtle st ne, 7 rs 12 00
In sums to suit at 0 per cent.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
Safo as U. S. bonds. Six per cent., payablo
quarterly, in sums of SI.000. Small premium
Tho abovo Is only a portion of tho proporty on
my books. For full list call at oOlco forbullotin.
Issuod on tho lst and 15th.
fo!7-ly T. E. WAG GAM AN.
IrT O IR, SALE.
On Vermont avenue, between K street and
Iowa Circle, threo lino residences. Price from
5523,000 to 835,000.
On Twelfth street, between R nnd S, 10-room
brick; all modern improvements. S7.500.
On Mstreet.betwcen 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 valuable properties for salo In all parts
of tho city.
SON & CO.
ROOM 5, 1339 F ST. N.W.
The following pieces of IMPROVED COUN
TRY PROPERTY, situated about two miles
from Washington City, and sultablo for dairy,
poultry, or garden farms, or for residences of
persona engaged in business in tho city and de
siring to live 11 short distance In tho country:
3 acres, 3-room liouso $1,400
1H acres, 5-rodm house 1,000
20 acrc3, n.room house 3,500
27 acres, 11-roomhouso, full view of city-. 10.000
12J acres, lO-room now liouso 7,000
50 acres, 11-rooiu liouso 11,000
Also 7 ncrcs nenr Chnln Bridgo for S100 per
nore; 2 uores adjoining for $1.23 per acre.
Many other pieces of Improved and unim
proved country property, uear Washington, D. O.
Send for list and map of country surrounding
Washington. Scut lrco on application.
J. E. CLEMENTS,
1321 F street northwest, Washington, D.C.
J. S. BELT & CO.,
(teal Estate, Loans, & Insurance,
029 F streot, Bet. Sixth and Sovcnth N. W
WA8II1NGTON. I. C.
Spoolal Attoutlou Given to tho Sulci or Sub
urban Iiots und Oouutry Property,
JOHN L. WEAVER;
CHAELES S. SHREVE,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
KOTAttY PUBLIC, and OOKYEYAIMJER,
1009 SEVENTH ST. N.W.
EDW. J. STnLIAVAQEN.
THOMAS M. GALE
Thomas J. Fisher & Co.,
132,4 IT Sti-eet.
1415 F Street,
Member of Washington stock Ex
change. All local stocks and securi
ties bought and sold. de8-lt
J K UWR1W.fi A
No. G07 FOURTEENTH STKEET N. W.
A FULL LINE OF
Marvin's Fire and Itorglar-Proof Safes
ALWAYS ON HAND.
G. T. CHASE.
B. C. FRAZEE.
THE CHASE INVESTMENT CO.
loans Placed & Houses Rented,
NO. 631 F STREET N. W.
CHARLES A. McEUEN,
REAL ESTATE AN!) LOAN BROKER,
1120 F STHEET N. W WASHINGTON, D, O
In tho District of Columbia, Marylaud, and Vir
ginia. Property Bought, Sold, and Exchanged.
, r Ilousea Itontcd and Bents Collected
Fire 1 Insuranco Placed in Bollablo Compauios.
QEOItQi: KEITHI.KY, 0. S. TUCICEIt,
1215 Ponua. Avo. S. E laiT Peuua. Ave. S. E.
JCEITIILET & TUCICEK,
CARPENTERS and BUILDERS,
STORE WOHK A SPECIALTY.
SHOP, N. W, COUNElt EIGHTH AND E