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fur advertising - . ,
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,u6f ,ttdebyda.poBUii money omer
ffny. Is aUbe senders n.
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SfsT.K. W., WASH. D C.
nnTttRE THE BEE CAN BE HAD
f T W Fowler,B,318 3-d street. 8. e.
jP.er. uruil. corner 16in and N
Ave., n. w.
.... nrtllWiBt.
iree. ' ,:.,.io House. 348 Perm.
vne 205 PA street, n.w.
?.8 ewart ! nia Ave. n. w.
NEW YORK CITY.
1). A.Green, 429, 6th Ave.
BOSTON, MASS.
- win. L. Reed, 934 Cambridge St.
Alexandria Virginia,
A. Carter. 813 Wilk s street.
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laTHRDAY JUNE 10, 1893
Ijocals
WANTED: At this office two la
d.es 10 learn the printing business.
Permanent work. Apply at once.
Mr Mary Slaul Gtrey an old and re
Fpi'cted citizen died Monday Morning at
4:5Sr Carey was one of the few lad
lilvver5 in which proleHsion she had a
active practice and was an honor to tin
irofession. T .
The luneral took place from Isreal
C. M. E. Church Wednesday at Hire,
(dock,
DEATH OF MRS. CAREY.
Mrs. if. S. Carey one of the
bestkuoffaromen in this country
.died at her residence on lasi
Monday intfuoflg at 4:50 a. m.
Mrs. Carey was a woman of excel
lenta traits of character and lovec
by all who knew her. While she maj
liave been excentric at times, sh
was a women of bind disposition
Mrs. Evans her only surviving
daughter has the sympathy of th
w T Ties A. Robs left foi
m w tt , 'ues who has been
Mr. W. li Jc d for Beveral
confined to his ; nfOTlpg.
mouthB is slowly imt p
,,, . sick afc
Mr. Bernard West is
his home .
Do you want printing do,
bo cull at this office.
ne ii
Soino Contrary WordB which Refuse to Be
Happily Mated.
There are many problems which the
rhyming dictionary has failed to solve
for versifiers. Did you ever try to find
a rhyme for window, silver, chimney,
Mephistopheles or Timbuotoo, for ex
ample ? No poet has yefc succeeded in
unearthing a perfect, and at the same
time a reasonable, rhyme for the word
orange or the word month. I empha
size the perfeot and reasonable, for at
tempts have certainly been made to get
these words mated. But if there is
rhyme in the following, there is assur
edly very little reason:
"From the Indus to the Blorenge
Came the Rajah in a month ;
Eating now and then an orange.
Conninec a'.l the day his Grunth."
It is not very intelligent, is it ? No ; it
is pretty far-fetched, for the Blorenge
is a bill in Abergavenny, and the
Grunth, I believe, is the Bible of the
Sikhs. Mr. Skeat, the famous philolo
gist, has tried his hand on both words,
with what result let the readers judge.
Here is the outcome of his struggle
with the word month:
Search through the works of Thackeray
you'll find a rhyme to month ;
He tells ns of Phil Pocarty of the flshlinff
onety-oneih."
But this rhyme must be put out of
court as not being sanctioned by the
dictionary. With the word orange lie
does rather better, but the difficulty of
rhyming certainly vanishes to some ox
tent if one is allowed to use compound
words, as here :
"I gave my darling child a lemon,
That lately grew its fragrant stem on ;
And nezt, to give her pleasure more range.
I offered her a jttioy orange
And nutsshe cracked them in the door
hinge." This can hardly be accepted as satis
factory; but it is probably the best
that can be done for the crusty bach
elor of a word. It is at least as good
as Byron's :
' ' But, oh ! ye lords and ladieB intellectual.
Come, tell the truth have they not hen
pecked you all ?"
Pope was tolerably successful in rhym
ing the names of his contemporaries in
sarcastic attacks upon them. When
Swift sought to do the same to Bettes
worth, the latter boasted it would be
impossible to find a rhyme for his
name. But accident was kind in sup
plying the dean with what he wanted.
An Irish porter, disgusted at the remu
neration offered him by Swift for car
rying a heavy parcel, exclaimed: "Sure,
your reverence, my sweat is worth more
than that." "It is," cried the satirist,
delighted, for he had found Mb rhyme.
Names were a perpetual worry to the
old epitaph rhymester. On the tomb
stone of a Newcastle arohitect were in
scribed the lines :
4 ' Here lies Edward Trollop,
Who made yon stones roll up."
In other cases the Gordian knot was
cut entirely, as in the following effort
of doggerel skill :
"Here lies John Bunn, who was killed hy a
gun;
BliB name wasn't Bunn, his real name was
Wocd;
But as Wood didn't rhyme with gun. I
thought Bunn would,"
Some amusing effects are obtained by
rhyming to the eye as well as to the
oar, as in this example :
'There was ap old witch of Malacca,
Who smoked such atrocious tabacca ;
Vhan tigers came near
They trembled with fear,
nd didn't attempt to attaoca,"
The attention of societies lod
gers etc. is called to the facilities
that this office have to executt
firel class job work. You will b
given from one to two free noticeb
m the paper if you termg you.
work to this office.
Rev. Geo. W. McGoins has been
appointed to a messenger's position
in the luterior department.
II the President makes as many
Hppoiuieutd a8 the republicans
hiade-the, negro democrats will batD
their braius out.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY.
itk
Water5 Clocks in China.
In the history of the Tang dynasty
. stated that jn Persia at the same
u 'v therdwas'a clepsydra on a ter
penoid tfae fateci, Iprmed of a bal
race neu s . L fcye fcetal balls, one
ance cont, - vt w m
of which fe uv- J afclv. It is
thus strucn i Tiv , .. , ., . instru-
a. A
"'a:
& Jiours corr
WWrk-l. !, !;..
J...aflnftf.ni.YM luu" ""s
QQ nH. wifch the celebn.
one which the Kii t Persia sent in
807 to Charlemagne.
In 898 the astrono W Ts an Pro"
duced an improvement' on all former
instruments-a machine t-VanffeJ
sort of miniature ierraoete et high
and divided into three sines. the
works being in the middle. Jwelyo
images of men, one for every h W ap
peared in turn before an opening" m una
In this issue our readers will notice m terrace. Another set of autpma
advertisement of Eist Deanewood D. ('., struck the hours and eighths or pours.
m which lots are offered for pale on 0. 1- These figures oocupied the lowest .story.
E. or F. sts N. E. extended afc the low rm, . nw was devoted toi Utron
prict? ot'$7o per lot and on easy terms z pnnfcaininff.' an orrery in n lotion.
fat and iusi le of the District. This pne - , - comPlex machinery must have
should encourage many of our readers to anXnf As to the nature tw tbe
ow. ome real, state. K,st Deanewood U. - ;?""ofchillir is kn0wn bxcept
. ,.u,ivauoutiireeauuana imues roiii -7-" M bv falUnff water.
Man l.mil Railroad runs direct through tii In as much as the Arabs had spaonea
loimiiy with the city streets, 90 feet t
TEE J. R. WEBB HOUSE
-FOR
Snmmer Boanlm.
Teems: $4 00 per wetk includinp;
meeting all boarders at the s feat ion
and return free of charge.
Children under 12 years 2. 00
per week.
TRANSIENT BOARDERS
$1.00 per day. Extra Cairage
Hire charged lor. Trunks 25 cent h.
All communicatiens should be
addiesseti to,
Jno. R. Webb,
Silcott Springs
Loudoun Co.. Va.
THOMAS & CO.,
CONTRACTORS & PAINTERS.
63 G st. n. w.
VARNISHING, STAINING, GRAINING &C.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. All Orders
1 Promptly Attended To. Terms Cash.
Free Xo JkM 11
Cut this Cupon out and present at
our Store before June 1st and receive
one of our Souvenirs.
Hetlbrun & Co.
402, 7th St. n. w.
Sign: "The Old Woman In Shoe.
Subt-ciibe for the Bee.
KEYST0M
HOTEL
3022 State St.
CHICAGO,
ILL.,
will open for the
reception ol first
class guests June
4th, 1892,. Hotel,
Cafe and Sample
Room, elegantly
furnished with
every modern im
im
OUR. STOCK
OF
SUMMER SHOES
In Tan, Black and White are
Rich, Rare and Racy
AT
Surprisingly small prices:
Consisting: with Quality.
Sign; i otT.MNigHcjHOEi,
MEALS SEASONABLE.
"Cable and Elevated -Railway
rains direct to the "World's Co
lumbia Exposition grounds" and to
all parts of the c ty pass our doors
regularly.
When visiting our city please!
tavor us with your patronage and
oblige, Respectfully, &c,
John M. Hunter,
Chas. B. Mortimer,
Proprietor.
N. B. Rooms can be engaged by
letter in advauce.
THE ORIGIflAT OLD LINE
Quaker Go.
Penn IMntxial Life
OS. OO.
IE
I II
;:.
i. MUM XVltULUUU lUUbUHCUl bill UUK1J 1U: JLU xnv. U 1 e 1.1. 'rllfll
iproperty md the tracts are to be in con- China by sea at tue oioso 01 mo b
.... .. . .. . . .. rtTJ' riHVH
iwJ- .v..w
Width. ThinrmirHT 15 WpI sinri ahnnr.'lR J-?a frim thflm in thW COn-
e - . . 1 uanu v
century, some .assistance Nmay
feet ahove the tho river. This seems to Bu nf:nn ftf this complicated jnstru
he a fine opportunity for any one disirhig .. vnf, :n ail probability it was
iUDUV, -
to 11 ake a good orofit on a small amount
of cash. In the event of the death of flie
....! ,. r .. ,1. . . , .t
ipuicuaser ooiore tne xuii price is p;im :
Mr. B. M. Pii.e, H2O F St. aunes to -'
cepe the payments made as lull paym-c ;
of the price and to make a like conv y- J
anreio die purchasi r's heirs or assign
lhiSEeeinsto be an exceptional liberal 1
oner.
Persons can call at this office and see 2
iplat.
wholly Chinese.
115 WEST 27th illl El
New YOrk jPity(
The Leading House in the City
Patronized by tbe traveling pub
lie from all sections of tbe coun try
B. D. vVbiteburst, Proprietor
"As we journey through life let us live
by the way."
'Everybody's Lawyer.'
Is the title of h new 768 page
York repared by
Alexander Kcones, L. L, B.,
member of the New York Bar.
It etiableB every man and
weman to be their own lawyer. It
teacheB what are your rigts and
bow to maintain them. When to
begin a law suit and when to shun
one. It contains tbe useful infor
mation every business forms of
lwy variety useful to the lawyer
00 wH to all who have If gal busi
tranRflp.t.
nc-ss to mrr .,
Inclose Wn 001lar8 r ,r a oopy
or inclose two cvut P0Btflge 8- P
for a table of conteJ1 t m,
10 agents. Addreps Jb.J- J
HITCHCOCK, Publisher, 385
Fixih Avenue. New York.
m 13 3 mo"
A Beautltal MTTRTP
By subscription, $1 50 per year;
all brigbt, popular and cipyrigbt
Clapsical ana Standaid N'elodiea,
"OUR MONTHLY MUSICAL
GEM'
The Handsomest Musical molhly
ever issued in America. Con
taine8com positions (all copyright:)
4 instrumental and 4 vcal, witn
Schedule in effect May 14th 1893.
Leave Washington from station corner of
.New Jersey Avenue and C street,
For Chicago and Northwest, Vestibuled
Limited express trains 11:35 a.m., 6:15 n.m.,
12:3o night.
F?Ft.U1,n'?iPnatl st Louis, and Indianapolis
vestibuled Limited 3:30, p. m. express 12:35
night
, J.or,.Si-tt8b,:irS and Cleveland, express
dai!yll:3oa. m. and 8:40 p. m.
For Leslnsrtoa and Staunton. -jlOMO a. m.
For Winchester and way stations 5:30 p. m
For Luray, Natural Bridge, Roanofce. Cnox
vil.e, Chattanooga, and Memphis 11:10 p.m..
daily; Seeping Cars through to Memphis and
Nashville.
For Luray. 8:30 p. m. daily.
For Baltimore weeks davs 5.00 x5:10 x6 35,
X7.15 (8.00, 45-minutes), 8.05, 8.30, 9,80,
(10 00 45-minutes), a. m. xl-.00, 12.(5. x2.20.
X2.40, X3.15, 8 25, X4:15 X4.28, 4.3i. x5.00, x5.30,
5.35, xG.20 6.30, x7 30, x8 00, 805, x9 00,
xll 80, and 11.35 p, m. Sundays, xo.40, (8.00.
45-minuses). x8.05, 8 30, x9.30, (10,00, 45minutes)
a. m. X12.00, 1.00, X2.20, x 2.40, 3.25. x4:15 4.31,
x5 00, xO.20, 0.30, X7.80, X8.00, S9.00, 9.30;
xll .30 11.35. p. m.
For Annapolis. 7 15 and 8 30 a. m., 12 15 and,
4 28 p. m. Sundays, 8 80 a. m., 4 31 p. m.
For Frederick, flO.40, fll 35 a. m., 21.15 14 3U
p. m..
For Hagerstown, flO 40 a, ra, and f5 30 p. m.
For Boyd aud way points, 9 40 p. m,
For Gaithersburg and way points, 16 25,
9. 00 a.m., fl2 45. 23.00, f4 33, f5 3o 7.05 9.40,
fll, 80 p. m.
For Washin5ton Junction and way points,
39.30 a. m, 31:15 p. m. Express trains stopping
at pricipai stations cniy -j-10,40 a. m. f4.30 J5.30
p. m.
ROYAL BLUE LINE FOR NEW YORK
AND PHILADELPHIA.
For Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and
the East, daily 8 00, (10 00 Dinins: Car) a
m., 12. 00 2 40, (5 00 Dinlnjr Car), 8.00 (11 30 p
m. Sleeping Car, open at 10 00 o'clock.)
Buffet Parlor Car i on all day trains.
For Boston 2 40 p. m. with Pullman Buffet
Sleeping Car running through to Boston
without change, via Poughkeepsle Bridge,
landing passengers in B. & M. station at Bos
ton. For Atlantic City, 10 00 a, m. and 12 00 m.
Sundays, 12 00 noon
fExcept Sunday, Daily. gSnnday only,
x liiXpress trains.
Baggage called for and checked from hotels
and residences by Union Tiansfer Company
on orders left at ticket offices, 619 and 1351
Pennsylvania avenue, and at depot.
J . T. ODELL, OHAS. O. SCULL,
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent
fiitt's Pills
To care cstlveess tbe medlclm mut
asssssssssssr To -
Tonic, Alterative and
Cathartic Properties.
Tntt's Pills posstas these analitiM fa
an mlaent tbgree, and
Speedily Restore
to the bowels their natnal peristaltic
aootlon, so essential to regularity.
Sold Everywhere,
The patrouB ot the Uei muBt
pay fcr all advertisements, in the
way nt notices, deaths, marriages
&c. K'o matter of a personal
nature will be inserted unlesB it is
paid for.
n
ESTABLISHED 1866.
IDIISTIIE'S LOAN BrrICE.
361 Pennsylvania Avenue.
5old and silver watches, dia
monds, jewelry, pistols, guns, me
chanical tools, ladies' and gentle
men's wearing apparel.
Old gold and silver bought.
Unredeemed pledges for Hale.
Holmes House.
REST.4'RAT A L4DIKN 5liV
IIVG PARLOR.
Fine Wines, Choice Branaies,
And Old Whiskies,
J. O. HOLMES, Proprietor
333 Ya. Ave., Southwest
EXCEPTIONAL
PP
REAL
1TIIITIK
TO ACQUIRE
ESTATE
AS A HOME OR A
nr
W ft
OP PHILVDELPHIA, PENN.
Incoeporated 1847.
Assets $19,574,731 11
Surplus.: 2,729,696 54
Edward m. Needles Piesident
Henry C. Brown, Sec. and Treas
Purely Mutual.
No Assessments.
A OLEAN RECORD OF 45 TEARS
LARGE DIVIDENDS,
Affording the cheapest possible
insurance consistent with absolute
security,
Under the direction of an honest
economical and conservative board
of directors and the laws of Penn
sylvania The PENN MUTUAL issues all
I the best forms of policies combin
ing absolute protection with invest
me nt.
These contracts contain three
very important features to the pol
ior hnlrlar fohrmlfl ha wiah c rliw
,. . x fc , r to 4 per cent can have it safely aud judiciously invested in Real
continue his payments because of J . . J . , ,
IlNAJl HJADL JD
INVESTMENT.
THE INCOME FEOM THESE HOUSES WILL PURCHASE
THEM
You Buy The House The Rent Does Tbe Rest
WHY BE WITHOUT A HOME OR A GOOD CITY PROPERTY
ON TERMS AS THESE
And Which Will Bring You a Comfortable Sum Each Month
I have Houses and Lots in all parts of the City, very desirable
property, as Homes or Investments, which I will eel' on small Easy
Monthly Payments; and on the Insurance Plan, by which if Death
occurs before property is paid fur your Heirs receive it Free ot
Incumbrances.
N. B. . . .Persons having money lyiug idle or drawing only from 2
VattVil frtepna p pat o tri vsort nmKKJMJ.
500 1 tog MdiiTKaaH V oi I'Sninwn so aaa xm
miM) Kiivpuaiai i Buopaa no wiqi nj 'eJJBS0
; aaj uspaj jno o jajjo mou m. 'OCTIt JJ ir
i q-MUM ojniDid otnewnntra sinr JttHop JO KptnBf
Toqj AUBta 1SOO qoiqM. jo fnvd vuS30 aq XllO "i tQO Sam
UsanoH ?q qi jo uo q Suiqoi inaa itb jnq. j . mr
tnwqpjnosxajoaejKjqj -j&jiAtirlKltiao ill jumj
-. --v(.i; v min iiuuauuuuvi llt'm ""n
nz
Cutious -Weather.
In 1172 the temperature was o high
that leaves came ont on the .trees .m
tonary, andbirds hatched their broods
in February. .,-,
In 1289 the winter was also Terfiniia.
aad maidens of Cologne wor yiatus
Sf violets and coVnflowers at Chmmas
and Twelfth Day.
Yn 14& the trees flowered in ne
month of March, and the vifts -in ftho
month of April. Cherries rened jn
the same month and grapes appear
temporary embarrassment) name
iy:
First, To secure a paid up pol
icy, or.
Second To have the face value
of the policy extended for as many
yearsand days as the reserved value
will carry it, whicn is always speci
fled in the policy when issued ,or,
Third, To secure a loan on tbe pol
ic from tbe Company.
The PENN MUTUAL is note
for its solidity and its btricily hon
orable dealings with its policy
holders and the prompt and just
settlement or all claims.
Vould you like an estimate show
ing the different options, etc., at
your exact age? It so, please send
me name and address and date ot
birth
Estimates and circulars cheer
fully given. Best references g ven
by our leading business men of
Washington, some of whom have
been insured in tbe PENN MU
Estate Securities where it will bring them SIX and EIGHT or more,
per annum, pay ble Quarterly or Serni Annually!
James H, Meriwether,
Davis Block, Rooms 5 &6,
1201 Penn. Aye
HfjH HHIB. luflH
r- WTARVi5i.OUS PRICES. .-
BOOKS for the MILLION
piano accompaniments. 152 pages of 1 Ttjal for 36 years.
I music, with engraved titled cover,
lithographed in colors and emoe
lished with crayon likeness of
some raupical celebrity in vignette.
Inclose 15 cents for a specimen
copy.
Liberal terms to Agents. Adreps
RKN.T. W. HITCHCOCK.
Publisher, J
385 Sixth Ave. New York, j
ml3 3m
LOUIS H. STABLER.
Special Agent,
1003 F Street, N. W.
Complete Novels and Other Works, 0 ramous , - -
fclJiiba.hdto.e-,
Itdo upon eooa paper. inej . ---- -- . eiith.iad tonn Um boot woU e-t i-a
tna.t ne or uo wmn " j
THE ODELL
TYPE "Writer.
InnojC omospurq v rjueswdaa ewi at pJiqm
ailln-nai rvmni mmnnn i
"Wjooifigsaqjtqoqa tn paqsrou 'wqani 9CX0B
1 -OXIHSI
jo eno qa ai oj piqn 9X9 9l.'CU
lnqticr qj qjM. nutmaXwuj Il& '
In 1572 the trees were covered with
leavea in January, auu n? - -
mo-in l'eDruary, i -
-was rd
AWM r - . TL T I " 9
.. . i TTnhrnarV. as au ix t
their youngs, ----i;.
.L y 'u .a . - "
u W, pi . W90 " .
ji z iq?; fim same iuiuk
reatei. and it is added that iihe com
was in the ear Easter.
There was in Prance nextlier snou
Bor frost throuhont the w loiters of
finally, in 1662. even in ed
Germany, the streets we nolignted.
d trees flowered in Febrnar
Coming to later dates the of
1846-7, henitthxinderedailanson
the 28th of Jannaiyi- and 'Hii f fhi
th:yearothegre?mnndatVfcha
Seine, were verymild. fe.
Pl50'S EKkfiDT FOB CATABRS
rives immediate rellet Catarrh
virus is soon expelled torn the sys
tem, and the diseased action of the
mucous membrane is replaced by
healtbv secretions.
The 'dose is smalL One package
contains a sufficient quantity for a
long treatment.
UVjWaIsIzJS
a ni in tiio TTpad i.q relieved by
miapplication of Piso's remedy for
Catarrh. The comfort to be got
irom it in tills way Is worth many
times Its cost.
Easy and pleasant to use.
Price, 50 cents. Sold by druggists
or sent by malL
E. TS, HazkiiIeink, Warren, Pa.
OhC f will buv the odelltype wbit
I WJml J ek with 78 characters &$I5 lor
the Single Case Udell warranted to ao
belter work than any machine made.
It combines S mplicity with Durability.
Spi ed, Ease of Operation' wears longer
without co-'t of repairs than any other
machine Has no ink ribbon to bother
the operation. It is Neat Substantial,
1 ickle-plated, and ad.pted to all kinds of
tpe.writing. Like a printing press it
produces sharp, clean, lgibltt manu
scripts, iwo or len copies tau uC ma..
at one writing. Any intelligent person
can b-Cf.mH an operator in two days. We
oiler $1,000 to nyl,SrRT,Sli?.AS
equal the work of the DOUBLE CASH,
ODELL.
Unliable Agents and Sales-nen wanted
necial inducements to DerJors.
SFor pamphlet giving, iudorseraente,
The
from arood
u. withnnt tlnrllnir therein nianr
-.h Each book is complete In itself.
1 The Widow Bedott Paper. Thli ! the boot
,ver which our godmothers laughed till they cried, and
ltn"rortVn0mo Adornment, ea
Ure'lr OT woric upon this subject .conulning ey ml
Sr2'l-Si iMtruotfoM for mailng fancy bsskeu.ir.il
Kckeu brwkeu, needle work, embroidery, etc., etc., pro-
fniely nd elegantly Illaitratei. .
a Brfma's Fairy Storloii for the Younr. "
flnat e?ltooUoS of ?aUT itorie. ever published. Th. child-
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" Th?Lady o Ae L " is a romance in Terse, and of all
ti,. nrkaof Scott none U more beautiful than this.
ruideto politeness and gooa oreeamj. .u.
rWern eUqulocca,U.a,
aStlry
kind with innumerable forms and examines. .
T Winter Evenln Kccreatloni, a lre eoUeeUon
. i.h PhsTades. Tableaux. Games, rutxlts, etc., for
tfiftitaW theatricals, aud er.nU,. at
hTDIaio; Beeltatlon. and Keadln,., . mHrgt
and chofce cleTtloTfor school exhibition, and pubUcand
P1T P.riorS'and Chemical Experiment.,
v v Imi TeUT how to perform hundreds of amusing
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Mm co?tainlnVbundreds of excellent cooking recipes
and h'lnu housekeepers, also tellin? bow M cure all com
nn ailraenu by simple home remedies.
11 nneri and Cntonm In Far Atrar Landa,
TeVwnteftlng and Instructire book of traTeTs. decrlb-
TerXinI!:;I., lift,, hlts. mannersand eustoas-of the
"isrfi'e Badsretof Wit, Hnnor and Fan, a large
14 TTseful Knotrledge for the MUIIon. nanay
book of Si in formation for ll, Ja naay and yarious
"iSfttfaid Bact A Sorel. by Hugh Conway, author
of "DarkDays. etc. --- TTewlll snd aaTfouT of these boors and our eaUtcgue, cbbUSIH
our mmiwj
16. At the World'. Mercy. 4jU Jt
Warden, author of The House on the Marsh, te.
17. Mildred TreTaaloa. A Korsl. By "Ta Duob
ess." author of "Molly Bawn," etc.
18. Dark Daya. A VortL by Huga Cosway, aathe.
of " Called Back. . .... ...
W. The Mystery or the HoUy Tree. A Wrel
By the author of " Dora Thorne."
20. Shadow oa the Baow. A jrareU By B. Uar
leon author of " Bread-and-Cheeie-and-KIsses. etc.
J?: The Gray Woman. ASot.I. ByMrs.Oa.k.11
author or "Mary Barton," etc
W. The Frozen Deep. A Notet. By Wllkle Collin,
author or " The Woman In White," etc.
23. Ked Court Farm. A Hotel. By Mrs. Hear
Wood, author or" EartLynne," etc.
34. InCapId'aet. ANotbU By th Author of "Dor.
ThaWf t
5 lack to the Old Hoae. A Korsl. ByMaryCIJ
n othor of Hidden Perils." etc.
'oha Bowerbank'. Wife, A KoreL By MU
. author of " John Halifax. OentUman," W
wtdy GweBdoUne Dream. A KorsU Byta.
or Dora Thorns." etc.
JTo.nfr Dane's Secret. A Hotel. By Ml M.B.
Braddon. author of "Aurora 7loyd," etc.
. LeoIIne. A Hotel. By Mary Cecil Hay.a-ti.r.1
"so! GabrWMa'rrlwe. XHot.L By WllkU CeHfe.
author of " No Hame." etc
31. Darld Hunt. A Hotel. By Mr. Ana B. Bteph..
authorof" Fashion and Famine.' etc
S2 Keaolnr the Whirlwind. A Hotel. By Mar,
c HaV author or " Old Middleton. Money," eta.
33. Dudley Carleon. A HoteL Br Mis. M. K.Bra4
don. author or " Lady Audley's Secret," etc
S4 Eaalca: oa Tux Mtstxry or thx Hr-is. a
KotelfSy EtlaW. Pierce, author or "The Birth Mark." etc.
35. A Golden Dawn. A Hotel. By the autiior
" Dora Thorne." etc.
36. Valerie' Fate. A Hotel- By Mrs. Atexaader.
author of "The Wooing O't." etc.
37. Slater Koae. A Hotel. By -Wilkle Collins, aathw
or "The Woman la 'White." etc.
33. Anne. A Hotel. By Mrs. Henry Wood, author
"ThTliaarel Ba.h. A Hotel. By Mis. Muloex.
author or "John Halifax, Gentleman, etc.
40. Anon Barten. A HcnreL By George BUrt, aataw
of "Adam Beds," " Tto M1U sn ta Flow,"
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