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THE TJ20"S. WASHI3T4TQK, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1897.
Silk Neckwear, all -shapes
Best Neckwear (one in a -box)
SWk Suspenders (one in a
Satin Suspenders (one in
a box) : 25c
Initial Silk H'dkerch'fs.. 50c
6 Pure L'nen Initial
Handkerchiefs, in a
fancy box 150
5 in o k i n u Jackets,
French Tricot S3.4S
Terry Robes S2.98
Fancy Night Robes 50c
1 doE. Pure Linen Col
tight-rolling, steel rod..$l
6 pairs Iuipor'd Hosiery. 75c
Manhattan Shirts $1.0'0
with cuffs 50c
HVacy Suspenders (1 in
a box) 29c
New Golf Hose (fancy
plaid tops) $1.00
Dressed or Undressed
Kid Gloves $1.00
Way's Mufflers $1.00
Full-Dress Shields. . . .$1.25
I Why Not Be
TOtisoehL damp weather! For a few rt
oajrt. we will sell W
Gas Heaters at 2.39
Oil Healers at $- .99
Felt Weather Strip-
ping, per foot J4C
FREE The celebrated Enterprise Coo's.
Book, containing 209 recipes. g
Frank E. Hopkins, I
S 422 Ninth N. W. g
66BSSJ SLIPPING ON
WWSe J60 Knnw. Trr -irl A cnlmif
SHOE AW 7 ; ' "i..
uecs as w-ii as uomiacn So sex.
Oorts bat 3 Trtae U ore.
Hare tliem put on your horses, and secure comfort
and saici.) for them and lor yourself
J. B. KENDALL, 618 Pa. Ave. M. W.
J bfe flRbCa 2tiS& 62MZ& && iS& O
J Thousands have f
d the result of reading or writing a
5 at night l ga-ligiit and those W
m nes would be just an Itright and to
J keen lodai If the houee ld leen P
lighted b eleetrkaty. There is no ft
5 cuu.paMtoii tietween these two II- W
a lumhian is electricity 16 superior in ft
2 every ay. We supply the current.
m i ki.i.ci ttn ubiui.vt. ufe
213 1 4th St. KT. 'Phone 77. K
OUR CHRISTMAS SOCVENIR
JiVee to every customer from Saturday. I)e-
rtwihnr its. until Chrteuaas. A haad.ome mieeL
Oetoseaod mak to hee the Sledad CtaDd
igotew ive with each pound of Batons
GBAND UNION TEA CO.,
21 Seventh Mreet.
et-tf TEAS, COFFEES, SPICES.
H'e IMI UHsm all In style and rtrk-s.
.., , BRODT.
3-tf.wn THE HATTER.
BLOUKT DOOR CHECK, dozen a door
wfefeout glauming. Doeon't get
ot of order. JOHN II. ESPBr.
1810 Pa. vo uo22-tf.em
R r O STOKAOE CO.. 10 tt 16 E
i. wv v. tU Be. $1 , $3 lHfT month.
Secret Service "Work.
CMef Hazien, of the secret service, yes
elay touted Mt annual report. It shows
te remrkatHe acUttj- of lb agents for
Uf re in catching croolM. Of the
842 jMvetfbs, 6O0 were for making and
aeer coin, and 57 for counter
J"M4nc pater iiHey. Nearly Iwlf n rall-
Mlarfc worth of spurious money -was
rvovrered. Six ew counterfeit iMftes
jRee placed i circolatiou during tlte year.
AttH-riCHH Fish to Be Exhibited.
YfceSeM&e eterday passed a joint rei,o
IcaAtMt aeoeputtg the invitation of the Nor
tvngiait Roveromertt to pan ici pate in the
IwwiiaMoiml Fit Exprition, to be held
a KartsMi Im l S$S, and appropriated $20,
OM Car tfeat pwoote.
BUILT LIKE A WATCH-
with ball retainers throuh
Ht New sprocket uttc
tnout. oti ninht see tiiem to
lJireeiate the Immense ad
TiiHtBBeK thej- ;ive the Sterl
ij Make it a iiolut to enll.
Carpenter Cycle Co.,
N. Y. ave. and 14th st.
1411 Pcnn. Ave. Adj. Willard's Hotel
Guarantees to Cure Iach Case Accepted for
Treatment, and Also Guarantees that
the Cost Will Hot Exceed
Vw iJBSSJ?11) sie 00
yssasTioN .:..:... :;:::ct o"
ti . 01"- 25 OO'
iIlNLl 1'iSLASfc.S s-'il m Mufil
STRICTURE ...: i5i li
IMPOTENCY. ... ,V;-,;.Jn
EAilxsmv n...i t.o rViii. . .'rrr... I
Hi.1 mcision ?,,noii
KEMALL DISEASES... .$15 tJ $75
AN Medicines Furnished
fi'HP' OFFICE HOURS-lo a. m. to
?Sx! fSft m.
sst wa? :'si:,$'&
prop WKn,.60 P ..PSa sct-1
Aitmrollb. ?- j, null V IM
C A iuu
G16 l2tH St. -
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1H1? PHESIUI-NT CALIPERS.
Seiintor Cnlloin Artvocatiiijr Major
The Presiihsiit received a great many
SciiSlors nnd Itei)rehentntive'i yesturtlay,
anMing whom -wore Senators Kyle, Cullom,
Faiilkwr, Uale, Spooner, Quay and Mltch-
-1. and Representatives LanillM, Joy. Col-
. SVune, of Pennsylvania, and MUlld.
'lr. Cullom. it is uiirierMond, 1 inislilng
- Crunjlmugh Tor tir position or chief
Coast and Geodetic Survey.
aey General McKenna was v.it,h .'he
-arS"STiorTrwiil!e.r Itleipected that
nation or Gov. Grlcps to succeed
. nna will ioon be bent to the
Vessel Ordered to Port An Prince.
The Detroit has ln-en ordered to Port au
Trinre Trom Key M'at. She will n lleve
the Marblehead, which will proceed to
Xev "West and then to Navaesa.
Fire on the Dolphin.
Commodore Bunce. commanding the New
York navy yard, telegraphed Secretary
Long yesterday that a fire -was dloior
ered in the otoreroonr of the Dolphin yes
terday raorniagtnd wa extinguished vMth
no great damage.
Army Officers Ordered to Alaska
Gen. Miles has telegraphed Gen. Mer
riam, at Vancouver Barracks, to send three
officers of llnr Army ty Hyeo, to ascer
tain the best means of getting supplies to
Dawson In aid of sufferers in the Klon
dike. TELEGRAPHIC- BREVITIES.
CoimeaMt, O., Dec. 17 A general fetrlke
of ore handlers is on here.
DbWrk, Texas, Dec. 17. The first inotot
ure Texa lias had in many weeks felt
last night in the form of sleet and snow.
Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. 17. Three firemen
were nerk.ufelj injured in a $10,000 fire
tli uiorUiig in the store of Charles Richard
son. Trenton. N. J.,Ic 17. The police have
nettled down to the theory that Mrs. Robert
Gunn wa nurdered Tuesday night by
xome one of the gang of Italian, at work
building the new reervolr.
Tort Huron, Mkrn., Dec. 17. The most
dtaistrou fire that lias occurred in Port
Huron for years was the burning of the
electric light works this morning. The
loss, -will reach $lo0.000.
New York, Dec.17 Mr. Bernard SchulU.
who w a shot on Wednesday night by her
hufcband, at their tome, in Clifton Park,
Weehawken Heights, noboken, died this
afternoon of her injuries.
Marslialltowu, Iowa, Dec. 17. Letts
Fletcher, wholesale grocery house, the larg
est in the tate, was completely destroyed
by fire today. Loss, $100,000; insurance,
$36,500. Spontaneous combustion is given
as the ca.ise.
William M oiler, for many years widely
known as a ntgar refiner, died r.t bis
home. In New Yoik, yeterday.
John v. Vandervoorgt, who was ccn
nected with tKe Carnegie Steel Company,
died of a hetupxbage yesterduy, at Echo
Moun'ain, Pasadena, Cal.
Jolin H. Morse, one of the oldest and
most ptouiinent residents of Evanton,
III., an Intimate friend of Abraham Lin
coln, and a -eteian of the Black Hawk
wai. dlc-l at luklmght lat night at his
Lieutenant AViHiara M. "Wood, forty
sex en jears old, an inspector of
ordnance, in charge or the coast d2
feiices at Bridgeport, Conn., died une.v.
pectellj of lu-art dleae jt his home in
New Rochelle, N. Y , Tlnif-day night. He
wat. the m of Surgeon-General William M.
Wood, and wau graduated rroui Aunapolisin
1SC5. Lieut Wcod lias been an under of
ficer on the U S. S. Philadelphia and the
United States ram ICatithdin, and until re
csntlywasstatlonedon the island'of Hawaii,
whsre he wMn charge of th3 improvements
in Pearl Hat I Kir. Mj.s. WiKid and her daughter
had been living In Washington until re
cently, when they went to New Rochelle.
StnrtiiiRon n 20,000-Mile Journey.
New York, Dec. 17. The Klondike steam
ship City of Columbia, with passengers
bound for the Alaska gold fields, did not
get away from port until this morning,
when the -vessel passed out at Quarantine.
The Columbia is going to the mourii of
the Yukon, which is 19,500 miles by water
from here. If she reaches there, !t will
tie the lonpcst single voyage ever made by
How to Prevent Pneumonia.
At this time of the year a cold is -very
casllycontracted.andiflefttorun its course
without the aid of some reliable cough
medicine is liable to result in that dread
disease, pneumonia. We know of no better
remedj to cure a cough or cold than ChaTi
berialn's Cough Remedy. We hate UFed it
rjuile exten6iely and it ha always given
cnUresatisfaction. Ootagah.ind Ter Chief.
This is the only remedy that is known to
be a certain preventive or pneumonia.
Among the many thousands who have used
Itforeolds and la grippe we bate nevjr jet
learned of a single cafe 1-a-iing resulted in
pneumonia. Persons who have weak lungs
or have reason to fear an attack or pneu
monia. 6hould keep the remedy at hand.
The 25 and 50 cent sizes for wile byllenrv
Evans, wholesale and retail druggist, S38
Fst.,andConii.ave aadfl.st.nw: and 1428
lid. arc. no.
BI6 BORD ISSUE PROPOSED
Highway Extension Act to He
Carried Into Effect.
AIR.. RICHARDSON'S BILL
Provides for Seven and One-HuU
Million Dollars of Three Per Cant
Hoiids, Payable in Fifty mid tle-
deemuble After Ten' Yen.r T.l-st
of Sucetfe to He Improved.
Mr. Richardson, of Tennessee, introduced
in the House yesterday a bill providing
for carrying into effect the highway ex
tension net. H provides for the Issue of
$7,500,000 i-r bonds, bearing :i per cent
interest, payable firty years from date,
with the privilege of -anticipating payment
any time after tea years. A sinking fund
of $:?50,000 annually is provided Tor the
payment of the principal and the Interest
thereof: $175,000 to be paid by the Dis
trict or Columbia and a like amount by
the United States. Three million dollars
of the proceeds of said bonds is to be ex
pentled by the Commissioners Tor the pay
ment or property condemned for highway,
$4,000,0,00 for ihe'improvemenC of high-"
ways, and $500,000 for the improvement
of Rock Creek National Turk.
The bill provides for the repeal of the
highway act and for the elimination from
the record of ail maps nnd plans:
Provided, however, that said plans and
maps snail be liled In the orrice ot the
Commissioners or the District or Colum
bia for the information and guidance of
property owners who may desire to sub
divide their land in conformity with the
provisions of the act of Congress approved
August 27, 188S, providing that any sub
divisions or laud made arter the passage
or said act shah conform to the Keuernl
plan or the dty of Washington, and the
said Commissioners are hereby nuthorlzed
to complete tne said maps anil pi hip over
the entire area of the District of Co
lumbia, and shall in their discretion modiry
or change said plans, in buch manner as
they may deem to be in the interest of
the l.uii'u uuui no inert in ioin mj, ti.er
do not radically depart from the compre
hensive nlun of the city oi Washington
and all subdivisions made under the said
act of August 27,l88ti, shall conform to
The rluwlng are the streets and avenues
that are to be opened:
SKteeuth street west, with a width of
10U reel, to tne northern uwnuary or tne
District or Columbia.
cevetiteeuin rtieet west, with a width or
ninety reel, from Floriua avenue to Piney
.Aittwachusetts avenue, with u width of
100 leet, to the western Lotiuuary of the
District or Columbia.
Connecticut avenue, with a wirttu or 130
r:et.totne northern boundary of toe Dlttrict
Columbia road, to be called Columbia
avenue, with a vv iuth of 12U feet, irom
Eighteenth street to Sherman avenue, by
tierlc-cting it into Whitney avenue at a
point between Thirteenth and Fourteenth
Mreets northwest. In order to avoid as
much improved property as possible. ,
New Hampshire avenue, with a width
of 120 feet rrom Whitney avenue to the
boundary of the District or Columbia.
Spring Road, from Sixteenth street west,
easawardiy with a width or 200 reet, to
Soldier' Home grounds, undfrom Sixteenth
street, westwardly, with same width, to
Rock Creek National Park.
Superior Mreet northwest, from Eight
eenth street west, to Sixteenth street
west. , , . ,
Thirteenth street west, with a width,
of ninety feet, to the northern Doundtfrj"
of the District of Columbia.
Columbia street, from Thirteenth street
wet, from its present terminus, with a
wklth of ninety feet, to Sherman avenue.
Kenesaw avenue, with a width of ninety
feet, rrom the Zoological Park to the
f-oldiers Home Park.
New Jersev avenue, with a width or 120
Teet. from Sith street to Sixteenth street
at it intersection with Piney Branch road
New York atenue. with a wlilth or 130
feet . to tl'e northeastern boundary or the
District. . .
Eleventh street cast, with a wlilth or !)0
Teet. to the northern boundary of the
District of Columbia.
Marvland avenue, with a width or loo
Teet, to the Eastern Pranch.
kenning road, with a width or 120 reet,
Trom Futeenth street east to the eastern
bouudarv or the District of Columbia.
Fourteenth street, from its Tiefent
northern terminus to the boundarj or the
District or Columbia.
Rock Creek Cnurch road. Trom Trightwood
avenue westward to Spring road.
Illinois avenue, with a width ot 120 reet
rrom the Soldiers Home grounds to Rock
Creek National Park.
Iowa avenue, with a width or 120 feet,
from Bnphtwood avenue to Rock Creek
Richmond street, with a width of 00
reet, rrom Hrightwood avenue to Rock Creek
Tennessee street, with a width of 90
reet, rrom the eastern boundary of the Dis
trict of Columbia to Rock Creek National
Umatilla street, with a width or 90
reet, rrom the eastern boundary ot the
Dtf-rrtctotColumbia to Rock Creek National
The Commissioners are also authorized
to lay out an avenue, with a widtli of
160 feet, to be called Washington avenue,
following the boundary line of the Dis
trier of Columbia, commencing at or near
the Potomac River on the north and ex
tending to or near the Potomac River on
Pennsvlvania avenue, from the eastern
end of Pennsvlvania avenue bridge, cross
Ing the Eastern Branch of the Potomac
River, southeasterly to the boundary or
the District ot Columbia.
Kansas avenue, from Fourteenth street
northwest northwesterly, with a width of
120 feet, to the boundary or the District
Ljdeckeravenue westwardly rrom present
western terminus, with a width of 90 feet,
to Fourteenth street northwest.
Grant street, with a width of 90 feet,
rrinii Florida avenue to Sixth street north
west. ne street, with a width of 90 feet, from
riorlda avenue to Whitney avenue.
Bladcnsburg road, with a width of 90
feet, ftom Florida avenue to the north
oHsteru boundary or the District or Colum
bia. .North Carolina avenue, rrom Sixth street
noitheast, with a width or 130 feet to the
northeastern boundary of the District of
Rhode island avenue, with a width of
130 feet noi theasterly, from Florida ave
uue to the boundary of the District or
F street, northeast, with a width of 90
Tect, Tioiii Fifteenth street northeast to
T stiest northeast, 'with a width of 90
feet, fiom Ecklngton to the Eastern
Branch, and T street northwest, 'same
width, rrom High street to the Coudult
Condul- road, with a width or 90 feet,
from the point where T street extended
will inteisect it, to the boundary of the
District of Columbia.
Forty-third street northwest, with a
width of 90 feet, from Canal road to the
northern boundary ot the District of
Twentieth street northwest, from Piney
Biauch, with a width of 90 feet on n in
flected lino to Rock Greek Park.
l lie following streets are to be improved:
Sixteenth street northwest, from Florida
avenue to tho northern boundary of the
District of Columbia; Massachusetts avenue
northwest, from the most available point
on the east side or Rock Creek to the
northwestern boundary of the District of
Columbia: New Hampshire avenue, from
Brightwood avenue to WWtney avenue
Eleventh street northeast, from its present
northern terminus totl'enorthern houndarv
of the District of Columbia; Illinois ave
Uue, frAfm .th& Scalers' Home grofids to
Rock Creek National Park: Iowa nvennp
front Brightwood avenueto Sixteenth street
northwest: Spring Road, between Uoik
Creek National Park and Soldiers' Home
TREATED ALIKE BY
Cor. 12th and F Sts.
S'5 A MONTH
Covers full treatment and all medicines, no
matter w.mt disease the patisnt is suffer
ing rrom. Dr.. Young has acquired a won
derful mastery over all Disorders of the
Brain and Nervous System. Dlneasesot the
Skin and Blood. Syphilis, Varicocele, Stric
ture, Sexual Weakness, due to overwork,
past Tolli-s and excesses, causing Nervous
Exhaustion. Bralu Fag, Self-Dlstrist, Im
potency, Inability to Concentrate the Mind,
Pimples, Back Pains, Aversion to Society,
Partial or Total Paralysis, and Insanity.
Hours 10 to 12 and 3 to 5 dally: Sun
day, 11 to 12.
CONSULTATION 'i'if FREE
grounds: Rock Creek Church road, from
urignfwood avenue westwardly to Spring
road; North Capitol street, from its pres
ent northern terminus to the Soldiers
Home grounds; Benning road, from Fit
teen street oust to the eastern boundary
or the District or Columbia; Twentieth
street northwest, from Piney Branch to
Rock Creek N'utlonal Park; T street north
west, from IHkIi street to Conduit road.
Conduit road, from the point where It
will be intersected by T street when ex
tended to the Louudury or the District or
F street northeast, from Fifteenth street
to Banning road.
Forty-third street- northwest, from the
Canal road to the northern boundary of the
District or Columbia.
Pennsylvania avenue, rrom the eastern
end or the bridge, across the Eastern Branch
V', V10 ''"'lejistern Louudary ot the Dis
trict or Columbia.
The Commissioners, In Improving the before-named
streets, shall give precedence
to that portion or any of said streets where
the land Is donated. The bill also provides
that the sum of $30,000, or so much there
of asmaybe necessary, shall beexpeudedby
the Commissioners in comnletlnir the mans
and pluus for the extension of the streets
and uveuues over the entire nrcn or the
District ot Columbia und establishing the
Ol INTEREST TO OLD SOLDIERS.
"Disabled" Veterans of Earning Ca
pacity nnd Their Pensions.
Mi. Ball, of Texas, is not a believer
in the law which penults a person to
draw a pension and also receive an income
fiom rees or salary or more than $100
a mouth rrom the Government. He Las
lutioduced u bill in the House which
will receive some hearty support, to the
erfecl that while any employe of the Gov
ernment ! receiving $100 a month or
mote fiiom,isalnries or Teen, he shall not
rece!ve'ja pension, and tne bame Hiall
be witlihsld 'while he is an employe.
The bill will be rought energetically by
the old solJIcrV and sudors in the depart
ments. oiu iiisirict Claims.
A bill having for its purpose the seltle
msutor theuld claims against the District
of Columbia h&s been Introduced in the
House by Mr. Catchlngs, or Mississippi It
"That in the adjudication at claims here
tofore Brought under the provisions or the
act entitled 'An act to provide Tor the
settlement nf all niitktiiniin Mni,... ...
thj District of Columbia, audconrerring Juris
uiouou on tne court or claims to heir the
same, and ror other purposes,' no sum
in excess or the sum named in the written
contract allowed by the hue board or public
works or the bite lioard or audit of th Dis
trict and poid to claimnnts ror work done
or mattriufs furnished Tor the District, at
the rates established and allowed by the
board or public works, and known as 'board
rates, shall be pleaded or allowed as a
sel-orr or counter claim against any claim
Tor work done or materials provided for ihe
umnci, so Tar as the prices allowed are
paid were reasonable, Just and equitable.
And in all cases where such set-ofr -r
counter claim has been allowed, pleaded
or traverse riled against such claim in
cases heretofore brought, the claimant so. 11
In such ensea be entitled to a re-hearing ot
his case Provided, That a motion speci
fically setting forth the claim therefor shall
be made within ninety days after the ap
proval of this act, and no rehearing shall
le had or granted upon any other point. '
Traction Company's Authority.
Chairman Babcock-, of the House Com
mittee on the District or Columbia, re
cently wrote the District Commls,ioners
to asccitain by what authority the Cap
ital Traction Company is changing its mo
tive power from cable to undergrojud
electric system. He received a reply from
the Commissioner yesterday which stated
that permission had been given by them
to the company under the provisions of
the District appropriations act or March
To Extend Time for Construction.
Mr Smith, or Arizona, introduced in the
House yesterday a bill granting the right
of way through the San Carlos Indian
reservation to the Gila Valley, Globe, and
Northern Railroad Company, so as to ex
tend the time for the construction of
the road for two years.
lntlinn Affairs Subcommittee.
A meeting "was held jesterday by the
subcommittees of the Senate and House
on Indian affairs. They discussed very
fully the situation, but reached no con
clusions to warrant the adoption of any
Examination of Stenographers.
An examination of the Treasury Depart
ment stenographers will be held in the
latter part bf January to test their ef
ficiency, with'8pecial reference to speed.
The poem bj Rudyard Kipling, printed
in The Time on, the 26th of Noveiulvr.cn
titled "White .Horses," should have been
weekly (published in this country i, by
Harper & Brds.,or New York. The poem is
protected by cdpyrlght, but, as it was taken
rrom anewspaper that had originally stolen
it rrom "Literature," The Times was de
ceived. Apology Is due to the Aiessrs.
Harpers, and Ih hereby extended.
324 B St. S. W. Telephone 485.
Milk and cream from choice Jersey and
Guernsey herds. Cortee cream and extra
heavy cream ror whipping. Can rurnish
milk from registered herd.
de9-22t C. THOMPSON.
SUIT JULIANNAGORDONSUIT, relict
or the late John Smith Suit, or Bladens
burg. Md., aged eighty-tour years six
Funeral Saturday, December 18, 1897.
at 3 o'clock p. m., rrom her late residence.
No. 1123 Fourth street northwest. Item
or. wxx.ila.:& lee.
?33 Pa. Atc X. W
Flr&t'Ci&MS service. Pfaone, 1385
Let us fill
SaaHaV Hr""- rf-7 avSc 0 fc"rfi A fim "x m ikB
Wm&mJLMMls jfriai 33F LNI mw
Open Evenings till 8.
This week we have an
unusually large number of
small lines of goods that
We Will Sell at COSt. Mntir
of the things are just suited '
for Christmas giits, such as t
sofa pillows, table covers, I
Ilere are a few of to
morrow's specials :
18 Sofa Pillows, best
qualities China Silk, Turk
ish designs and Moire
Reduced from $5.00 to
27 Bagdad Sofa Pillows,
24 inch square. Best quality
down. " .
Reduced from $3.00 to
24 pairs Nottingham Lace
Curtains, 3 yds. by 50
Reduced from $1.50 to 98c
2G pairs Nottingham Lace
Curtains, 3 yds. by 60
Reduced from $2.75 to
IS pairs Tapestry Por
tieres, 7)& yds. by 50 inches.
Reduced from $6.00 to
IS pairs Rope Portieres.
Reduced from $5.00 each
"Your Credit fs Good
1226 F St N. W.
Jf Go Jtmith . So i, Jtudtrs,
for a beau
mond Ring. This is a spe
cial price for the holidays
for this handsome pair of GoW LMc
Cuff Buttons. Set with dlnioada.
and up These are good durable teu
tons and wiil give entire satisfaction.
M, Coldsmitb & Sod,,
91 1 Pa. Ave- WW.
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF
THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA -Wasfc-lngton.
December 17, 1S97. Ordered:
Timt Article XI II of the Police Kegulattoua
of the District of Columbia as revised
Mud aiiu-iioed IVeember lti. 1S0C, is
hereby amended by adding thereto the
following sections. Sec 13. That no
merry-go-round or flying-borse machine
shall hereafter be located or operated on
any lot or op:a space without tne written
Co.. -Hi or itiiruunb or tne residents
within two squares In each direction rrom
the place where such merry-go-round or
flying-horse machine Is proposed to be
located- Sec. 14. No circus shall hereafter
be located, operated or conducted on any
lot or op mi space withiutthe written con
sent or a majority of the residents within
two squares in each direction from the
place where such circus is proposed to be
located." JOHN B. WIGHT, W. M.
BLmiVC'K. Commissioners or tne District of
PERSONS ha vine snirments with the late
ilenry Elokel, Ull New York ave..
can nave same by pavuigchargesat ANTON
Lhicctl's Dyeing Establishment. S26 12th
st. nw. All goods not called for in 90
days will hi sold t3 paT charges.
EXTENSION OF HIGHWAYS IN THB
District of Columbia Washington. D- C.
December 8, 1897. To Whom ft May Con
cern: The commission created by section
2 of the act of Congress approved March
2, 1893, entitled "An act to provide a
permanent system of highways in that
part of the District ot Columbia lying oat
side or cities. ' bus received from the Com
missioners of the District or Columbia a
certified copy of a map showing a pro
posed permanent system of highways In
the District of Columbia within the area
west ot Rock Creek. This map and plats,
showing in detail how each lot and tract
is arrecied by the proposed system oZ
highways, are now on exhibition In, room
No. 47, fourth rioor or the District build
ing. All persons Interested are invited to
examine the map and plats- The coru
misa.on will consider any suggestions or
protests concerning the location ot any
highway or portion of a highway as shown
on the map. The suggestions and pro
tests must be in writing and must set
forth clearlj the reasons for the changes
and show the property owned or controlled
by the objector. All protests, and so forth,
must be submitted on or before the
THIRTY FIRST OF MARCH, 1896. and
be addressed to the Chief of Ercineers,
U. S. Army, War Department. Washing
ton, D. C. The commission will meet April
14. 189S. at 9:30 o'clock a. in., in the
of rice or the Secretary ot War, to dispose
otall objections, and win then hear orally
from thos w ho desire to thus support their
It. A. ALGER, Secretary of War.
C.N. BLISS. Secretary of the Interior.
JOHN M. WILSON,
Chief of Engineers, U S. A a
?elO-15t-exS Highway Comrateston.
SPIRITUALISM-Miss Maggie Gcwle will
be at 905 H street northwest erery day
during this week. Wo tin's Hall. Friday
night, as usual. del 2-7 1
Do you know that you etui have
The Moruliie, Kvenlnir and Miad.iy
Times the only COMPLETE titvvs
paper published in Wnshlnn'on
nerved to you by carrier for fifty
cents u month?