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THE DAILY CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1800.
8 i THE THEATRES AN EXCELLENT BILL OF FARE FOR FOOTLWHT COHMS8WJR8. WHAT WILL BESrtEMOBtttnittK Richard Slaki't MtMiws Optra, "Tli dm KiBf." at Attack's. VAUDEVILLE CltEAM AT THE NATIONAL. High Clan Mtledrama at ike Cosy Bijou. Ksmn's Dainty FMt Oonip of Ialerwt fa Tknln-Smrs, AlbnuEh'a Clrnntl Upern ttnnao. With the opening of the fomth week of the season ml the rtturn of the great hulk of the summer tomlels, Albaugh's Grand Opera House will present the William J. Gllmore Oomlc Opera Com pany from Palmer's Theatre, New York, In the latest comic opera suc cess, "The Sea King." This work of the well-known composer, Iilchanl Blahl, tho most attractive, If not the lest he has ever Riven to the public, comes from Palmer's Theatre, New York, whero during the summer Us tuneful numbers, linntltoma stago set tines, and brilliant accessories have de lighted thousands. The New York papers unite In the declaration that not slnco the success of "Plnaforo" has i comic opera hecn sjlven which com bined to many elements which are likely to Insure It n loni lease of popu lar favor. The plot Is of tho daring and romantic order which has always met with so much favor at tho hands of American audiences. Tho libretto fairly bristles with colloquial witti cisms, and tho music Is not simply unen durable recitative, with a few catchy solos, but a succoseton of bright gems detailing tho Incidents of tho opera In n highly entertaining manner, and en hanced by n chorus always strong and effective. In arranging for the production of tho opera this season Mr. Gllmore, so much encouraged by Its success this summer, decided to spare no cxpenso In giving It in the most olalraralo man ner nnd surrounding It with a company of great excellence anions whom 'ire Hob Graham, Ada Olaaca, Mark Smith, Hose Dana, Frank A. Howard, Au gusta lloche, Charles TJ. Church and Katie Gilbert. The scenic effects nnd constructive features aro not only novel In conception but being entrusted to the hands of most cnitaWo artists, a result has been acbluved rivaling anything of the kind be Tore essayed. No company organized for the rendition of the comic opera since 1U first Introduction to the public has contained a great a oumher of artists of undoubted merit as this one of ailmore's; but M principals nlone will not Insure success, equal at tention has been bestowed upon the chorus, of which It has been said is one of the strongest and, for the work re quired, one of tho most effective over heard. Nor has the orchestra, which Is the veritable backbone of an operatic performance been overlooked. So, aided by an experience which has had the widest range, unhampered y the question of expense, ami ably seconded in his efforts by an excellent company, Mr. Qllmore may look for a Urge week's business. Aew National Tlieutr. High class vaudeville will be the bill at the New National the coming week. J lark's Internationals, culled from the principal theatres of Kurape. open Monday evening and a number of novel ties are promised. One Is frotn the Follies Bergeree, Paris. It is a monkey gymnastic act performed by two clever i reoch artists in Slaw attire upon tall, vertical poles. It is announced as Jocko and Coco. There are eleven novel numbers on the programme, one of which is performed by the Brother BoranI, who do an aet entitled, - The Disappearing Detaoa," mystifying in their disappearance and exciting wonder Ly their rewarkahie aerobatic and con tt-rlion feats. The NatueUes from rttgs, Russia, upon tbek xylojaWoa, reader at sight, with briUUat technique, Use mc st difficult of orekeetr 4 music. The Tk JfeiesWs -test. Avolos. 0 (STtsTHsv iVHP sJBFW spiknWP PaaaWBm"ai nut even by acraluM of twice taw ace and axnesntace. Minuk runslDYrUffl ap V4 r aaaBBmaipe seamae" aaaiBBB;raBBn "Oar Minnie." as save Is Imfls CW by the sniHtfW of the best London theatres, is the Meatiest and west dancer and cowedsenae that Ei hua vet slvestua. i-eooce tad Itw sio a brtlileat IvuiMtuit; sad eui W -Vk. ' bt.t Aidow sod Theo wUl at the ettac time piuxle and aunse by a clever 1. . wblaaiiou of tuiutcal, electric!, uiiuiic and t-osnedy sketches, while J. h. atenaat Travis. KajEope's pretuier . uirlloqui-t Ltve greet Csanuui, tiecro k.urt, sbdosjist and ndatfc; 4A Haume. 1 uMsttsva, and aVytjtu and kkbwoud Ketch artists, appear fas a bt.'t5 uf Si- L- "lakLu,' a ateoos ' .' alliiue J I,lUsiiuiU.u.jj, u it. i . ..C . - U. 1 ' 1 r 'h. entertainment full of noveltv Is appre ciated and In demand. Every one of tins eleven numbers on the programme, It is promised , will ptep, and at lmt ten of them are the superior of art? thins: In tbelr respective lines ever seen In America. There Is no netro song and dance" tMsliwis; tin Ifrsn ktwfck artrmi srftcfnrVr; no stt drpaifdlng fot irtertts upon tBe eMMtlm In tights of the female form divine In the eittertnln ment glren hy the Intetnfttlovrth, for refinement ami novelty ohsnteterfw every tnrn. Harris' II I Jon Thentre. The attraction annonrrml for Harris' ftljtra Theatre next week Is one of pe culiar Interest. "A Perilous Voyage" Is tleerltrwl on the bills as a na val melodrama. Its action Is laid almost entirely on theocean.ft.nd the opportunities of fered for scenic display can eislly lie appreel tied. The c IT ects are said to be daring In conception and startllmr In re sults. Tho scenery has been made an especial study by people of skill and judgment, Tho company Includes peo ple who have rendered good service on the stage, and who can be depended on for efficiency and good taste. The story Itself Is told In a manner which shows a strong regard for dramatic pos sibilities. No opportunity Is lost to make a point, nnd situation, and ell mnxes are presented In n profusion that makes the performance exciting to the degree of sensationalism. Compliments have elsewhere been bestowed on the entertainment with n liberality that makes tho outlook for Its engagement here highly satisfactory. Usual prices nnd matinees. Kcrnan's WnMilncton Theatre Lester and Allen's Picked Stars and Mons. Arnold- Klralfy's Parisian Halle t Troupe will play a return engagement nt Kenan's next week, This popular double show contains many of tlie best artists in tho profession and all well nnd favorably known on the vaudeville stage. Mon?. Arnold Klralfy Is a bal let master of great ability anil he has col lected n troupe of character dancers that Is uncnualcd. His nnmo Isn synonym for talent. Mile. Josephine Do Ilosa Is the premier and Joahuetta, the groat character ilanHUte, is ably assisted by n bevy of handsomo young ladles. Uno of the foaturos of the bill let will be tho Sleigh Hell Galop. The olio Is headed by popular Annie Hart, who needs no Introduction to n Washington nmllcnco. Tho groat Hil ton Is another of tho show. Mmo. Albcrtinn, in prismatic fnntnsma, and tho Irish sketch artists, Daly and Do vcro, Bre also favorites here. Profossor Soman will Introduce his sensational mystery, Elect, and tho two Hlghleys, Adolnh and Mile. Marie, make up the remainder of this excellent company. I.tsler nnd Alien are n show by them selves, and their grotesque black face an loses none of Its novelty by being seen often. Cnntlrs In Mm Air." Dig, Jovial PeWolf Hopper will make his first stellar bow to a Washington audience at the New National TlieUre on Monday evening, September 30, In Byrne and Kerker's bright operetta "Castles In the Air." Mr. Hopper has long been a popular public entertainer, and held the foremost rank among comedians by hard study and conscien tious effort. Hu is now reaping a de served reward for his labors as the star of one of the best equipped comic opera organizations cvor seen In this country. The Initial production by this company ran for three months in New York to remarkable business during the hottest summer Gotham has known In years, and their Mason en tour has been ono succession of triumphs. At the ojHsn ing performance In Boston last Monday night Mr. Hopper was given a reception that any star, however great, wouldcon aider a crowning event in bis career. "Castles In the Air" will be presented here by Mr. Hopper and his eompnny exactly as it was given In New York, with the same cast and all of the origi nal scenery and costumes. Kntmn Juch Coining, The Emma Jueh Grand English Opera Company has already opened three new temples of the drama, the New Broadway In Denver, the Alham bra In Chicago and Davidson's Theatre In Milwaukee. The success of the cora lny In these cities was great, especially on the Juch nights, when the full ca pacity of the house was several times ttvted. Last week Miss Juch and her company sang and played In Detroit, where large audiences never failed to greet her. It is not generally known, hut it is a fact nevertheless, that Miss Juch passed much of her girlhood la the beautiful City of the Straits, being I rought there by her parents from Yt ens a. She attended -uool there, and awoLg the belle and young matrons who heard her last week were many of her former schoolmate, Detroit claims her as its own, anil her appearances in that city are always made social events 0 the liveliest Interest. This week Miss Juch will open the new Grand Opera House in Memphis. She will open as I'tkitlin la "The Huguenots, and, though the roU is new to her repertoire, he has already achieved a decided suc cess with it Mtai fuliutr. The Kisude Palmer Opera Cosapany will ofsm Hemaa'i New Gaiety Tha me, New York, noma night during the week of tieutetaher 90. X telegram from the manufacture! received yes Urday states that the celebrated stained f bus and minor effects for the capa cious lobby and staircase of the house have bee tbitMied here, and they will be put in puu: during the cosutag vees. The rehearsals of "Susette" ate ivrugreslcg satisfactorily. There never kasbeca any tiuestlott of Minnie Palm er's acting ability. In this eouatry, us Knglsnd nasi hi Australia she has long Uu recognised as one of the brightest couHsswiw o the stage. Jskector Lucie believes tkat Xlm Fainter will prove to he the heat singer i cotnic outn to day. The pert of Sumtti AsMud St her Uke a glove, and bet tuyporthjw loaupaay, kt n heUeed. is a very strong ombfistlosi, wuwher -iny as & does such afttnts as BsssJaa Kkct. Charles Dfcksos), J. G. BeU, Gtoxge Uuii, Harry 8. HlUtasd and T. i. Ciocds. The female cfcerus. it Is t&ougfct, will surpass all osmm see in cojc opera fce for lovely face, forms and fresh voice. It Is the U uniiuaof Locke end luvu to uuske the Xev Gaiety the lending phsce fur ttght, bright and charming sBUSacal pwys. tVykksJ skUsMVstsMkV TsnUt JlfcTit4"hllB1'' ksli ssMaUs) YttfY UsVB- cessiul w Vu wsjsk fevssxg Mssjtd I tat 111 asm null ft&tifift ! stt Mftsuur w&Aa. ajt sssnvannnr snjnsn ssjsjp nw nvssRsjsvny PewaisF Thenue, dumg the oHMbnl neo 1 uH-.n "i the pl lu Nuw York, sad tuitc ati. lUoee ho declare that the ! rlrav..! 1 1- the ' U lu outtiuisisfte, -1: .iiLuit n;l ;.. it bate never hoen , it- . i i v. 1. uJ IWv 11 kj arc . ...AC 4..!j J Its antlw, Mer. Dickson and Dob Hn. and they think It will be a grent sttcce. 1 The Oimrtty Hull." "The Charity Ball" has proved to be the most snceessfnl play yet presented at the Lyceum Theatre, New York. Its rrewit font weeks' vWt to OMcairo showed the largest financial retnm of any company covering a similar perioH at Hartley's Theatre In thatctiy. 9o great was the demand for seatt that the musicians of the orchestra were com pelled to perform their serectwwrt on the stsge at every evening performance. The play will he seen In this city at the Nai tonal on October ft. Frttitlleht riiMlin. The great Cntthan. C. D. fX.'S'Ith the Internationalists at the New National ntxt week, wears the order of his title Chevalier of Distinguished Diploma. It wne presented him by U. It. II. the Shah of Pert!, to whom he Is mimic, necromancer and sh ado wist by royal appointment. E. II. Sothem's new play, "The Mas ter of Woodbarrow," is an undoubted Mjrcess at the Lyceum Theatre, New York. Money has been turned away from the box office every evening since the third night. Extra Wednesday matinee will be given to supply the demand for seats. Sothern will be seen at the Na tional in this city during the season. The New York Lyceum Theatre's regular season will open In November v, lth the "Idler," a new play by Had don Chambers, author of "Captain Swift." Pretty Minnie Cunningham, with Marks' "Internationals," was once the unhappy oblect of the rather Importu nate attentions of the Marquis de Lou vllle, who was so unceremoniously JIHed by Mrs. Leslie, Miss Cunningham's mamma, however, proved amply able to cope with tho dire designs of the im portunate Marquis, and ho was sent about his business .11m cerenunk. George II, Murray, the representa tive of "The Soa King," is n mild, In obtrusive hustler, who secures the best results without, raising any particular commotion, nnd who makes tho rarity of his kind regretted wherever he ap pears. Many theatrical representatives mleht make htm their model with benefit to nil concerned. With a naval molodrama nt Harris' BIJou Theatre, "The Sea King" at Albaugh's, Just following a tank drama at tho National, theatricals appear to havo struck a pretty damp streak In Washington. Manager Easton of Harris' Bijou Thcntrc Is Justly gratified over the re sults that havo attended his efforts In behalf of tho new firm, Harris, Brltton & Dean. Mr. Harry Fulton, the clever advance agent of the International Vaudevilles, who is now In Washington, Is well knonn In newspaper as well as theat rical circles. In Chicago he was busi ness manager of the Columbia Theatre nnd later became managing editor of the Chicago Mail. Ho has also been asso ciated with Mr. Stanley Waterloo, who, during his too brier residence lu this city, achieved an enviable popularity. Mr. Pulton Is accompanied by Mr. Charlie Walte, a decorative artist of great ability. Mr. II. S. Taylor, the owner of "The Dark Secret," also possesses a number of other attraction. Ills "Aunt Jack Company" opened the season on Thurs day night and was a financial and ar tistic success. Joe Ilowarth scored a big hit In comedy and Mr. Taylor feels highly elated over the success of his new venture. "The Dark Secret" has been playing to crowded houses nt the New National this week, and a great deal of Its suc cess has been due to the enterprising business manager, Mr. Harry D. Graham, and the agent, Mr. Archie Macken7le. Both are veterans in the profession and thoroughly understand how to "boom" a show. Mr. Taylor, tho owner of the company, Is to bo con gratulated upon having two such ablo and efllclont representatives, and his Interests havo been materially advanced by their ability and enterprise. Mr. Mackenzie will only remain with the company a week or so longer, when he will take charge of Fanny Davenport's company, which opens In New York two weeks hence. "Beau Brummel," Blchanl Mans field's latest success, reached Its hun dredth performance at the Madison Square Theatre on September 6. The play is increasing in popularity, and is one of the dramatic successes of recent years. An exquisite souvenir of the one hundredth performance has been Eent to the dramatic critics and friends of tho company. Washlngtonians will be pleased to learn that Mr- Mansfield plays In this city this season. Hequeatbed to the State, Few persons are aware of the fact that a portion of the Ciemson property, which was recently bequeathed to the State of South Carolina, is loeated at Highland on the Bunker Hill road. This was the country home of Mr. Clemsoa wben he was at the bead of the Agricultural Bureau. It was before the war one of the most attractive coun try hoou's In the vicinity of Washington, and it still retains much of its original attractiveness. The leaving of this property and that at Fort Hill, S. C. was the cause of the Tillman campaign and on the Highland farm the Tillmsa boom originated. During the war General Scott hlaced a watch over the property for the pro tection of the fasnily and in eoawaquenc the old oak forest whieh surrounds the house still remains. Turned Out ef II or I'laee. Mrs. Kate Smith, who says that her husband deserted her three saosdhs ago, since whieh Usee she has been working for a family residing in. Grant Place, went to the Fifth street toUtioa last night and reported that she had bee turned out of the house on the faUe charge of having stolen a valise. Mr. Smith obtained the place in the family through the managers of the Christian Hotue. She is about to heoosne a wothcr and will be seat to the Help and Howe Mission. Siuiiue Umt eiannrt. The Marine Hand wiU give list usual costcert at tfc While liottte grouads this afternoon at 4.41 o'clock. The programme: sisriHa "Cojfflirffsn Cattets1 .q4hs Overture "sttssai" Wsgner BaUetMusfe "t HUe ahir4MS Fun t,Criss4ss e ht CssBase" Bncci Nirsyav Qesitli "tints IsWrit" (by leanest) stuck Messrs. mgsmSS, ?s I4s&in, Xri&sjsr sad law toe Valse ' lieljwvlj7.. .Oodtrey kftt Bnnti'ffig Scene" thy reuueet). "The Whistling Case" W altos yifttfflftlj tt "Wall! CdMssMa" Flies Bojimfc.'' u Jsvwi. iisaosJi wyb Msni JenetHft Potter was w m aansnv vgjgnannp swwn war IsnsnntahC atsVOknlnt Satth!snsaWslsl flnttstnWt mAg J street northwest, last uight about ? o'clock, youatt cohMwd boy gaafbad har puree, fiiiaiabnipjc $dt aad ran through the adey. Iflss Porter swat- aad ifcty tbiak they will be able to cap ture the "iiog thief- Itc ftf NijaaJ U L.7 fli- INDIGNANT CITIZENS. An ittnpttfttte rretest Ae" J?1" rrm ML I'le9 aent iinrt KHitor Cri'ir.- Detntte the mroteit of the cltlrens and In ttolation of pledge made to the citizens' committe, Prt dent Hurt continues to run wily tw cars out to Mt. Pieawmt. ami these npon such a schedule and at sweh long Inter vals that In good weather better Wtne ran be made from StV. Prewaant the Boundary by pedestrians, than by those who have to resort to the cars. The Mt. Pleasant people generally eompI'M'n that at each end of the line they are cnmpelrerl either to wait ten or fifteen minute or else have to race after the car with which they should connect and which, by tfrfdtnt, never falls to leave about the time they get wlth'n ten or fifteen feet of It. It will be re mrmbered that the Fourteenth street cars do not run Intht Bonndarg, attfi'v ihevld, but tnrn oft at W and go through the car stables nnd come out on Florida avenue and come around Into Four teenth again, thus compelling the Mt. Ileasant passengers, In bad weather, either to go through the company's car stables seeking shelter, or else to remain unprotected In the stieet. This Is bad enough In good weather and In the sum mer, hut such a condition of things should not be tolerated by the long suffering people In winter. Dr. Ham mond complains that this Inconvenience ami lack or shelter seriously affects his patients at his Sanitarium, and fre quently confines them at home, when, but for this lack of accommodation, they might visit the theatres and operas In the evening. A new Imposition practiced by certain car drivers Is to compel those passengers who. In attempting to connect with the Mt Pleasant cars at the Boundary have reached the same after they have crossed the tltad line (the Boundary), to put In an additional fare of five cents, thus making Hie fare ten Instead of five cents. A few days njo n lady from Virginia, vlbltlng somo Mt, Pleasant friends, en route down-town got on the up-car at Kcnncsaw avenue, about a halt square from tho terminus, Instead of walllne In the street, and deposited hor five-cent faro. In about two minutes tho car started down the hill, and the drlvor, who saw her deposit her fare as she got on, called on her to pay again. She called his attention to the fact that sho had deposited hor faro, but ho protested that sho had gotten on the car before It reached the terminus of the road, nnd that she would have to pay agaln.whlch sho did. Suitable protection at both ends of tho Mt. Pleasant car line should be pro vided at once. Tho attention of tho District Commissioners will bo called to this omission on the part of tho com pany. Mooxt PI.IASAXT. l'lncil for Iltrcnl Selling. Patrick Slieehy was In the Police Court this afternoon charged with keep ing an unlicensed bar on Seventh street beyond the Boundary. Abner Barnes testified that he had purchased liquor there, but that a man by the name of Peyton Holmes had offered him $"i not to testify to that effect. John 0. Brocks, William Fllpp and a mm named Coleman all testified that they bad drank beer at Sheehv's place drawn from the keg and ptld fire cents n glass. Mr. Sbllllngton, in defense of Mr. Sheohy, tried to show that he had an application before the Commissioners and a letter from Senator Mcl'herson, and Congressman McAdoo of New Jer sey had requested that the application bo granted. To the contrary Mr. Hunter, the clerk of the Commissioners, showed that Shcehy's application bud tvi Ice bceu rejected. Tbere were two distinct cases, but Judge Miller Imposed a fine of $105 only In one of them. An appeal was noted. tVaot Stenocraplirr unit Typewriter. Typewriters and stenographers are In great demand by the Civil Service Commission. The clerks of the com mission are busy preparing for the mall a circular addressed to the editors of papers throughout the country. The circular requests the editors to'Insert a notice of examinations In his paper, and calls particular attention to the exami nations for stenography and type writing, the entrance grades for which are 00. $1,000 and $1,300. The examination for clerkship and copyist must also be taken as a basis. I)lonler!y Colored llojr. Three colored boys, Norman Brock bier, Albert Burnett and Llndsey Madrey were In the Police Court charged by Officer Daly with creating a disturbance iu Htdge street alley. Madrey told Judge Miller that he had just come In from his home In the coun try to purchase some soap for the family, and did not associate with the crowd that he was found with. The Judge allowed him to go home, but riiicd the other two boys $9 each. Called Illiu it ..Crow," Samuel Levy, a rubber stamp dealer, who does business at the corner of Sev enth and F streets northwest, had an other stamp seller named Herman Bauu gartesi In the Police Court this after noon for calling hlw a "crow" and at tract ing a crowd around aha la the street. Baiuagartea testiaed that the arrest grew out of some business troubles. Judge Miller thought the ease a very triHIng oae and dlsnisimi it. tYathlnsMB Stock Hxakanc. Stales Regular Call 13 o'clock at FUnMisti's Iiuurauce, UU a 13. Uscoio Fire Ittaurauce, 10 Si. WtwaHasotis Bond D. H. Biscuit Ugkts 1st, , lous U. 8. Klsetrie Uekt u: vs. ids, w. i e- r. k. umo '. ITO-'JS, 103; W. A a. Convertible, ', 1-40; Hatoeie Hall A', Vs, 0 leWt, lObl, Wash. Market Co.. 1st Hart., !l(k Wash. Market Co., lsao., ', 1 14: li'd A Seaboard Ca., , CleW, ; Wash. U. Infantry, 1st, '. WW. ea. Waa. U. la lantrr.al.T's.MsM, s Wash. Oas Ught Co., ier. A, rs. i:a. Wash, (las Uht Co., Ser. S, n's, 117; Hygienic Ice Cosnnaey.lsi Mors., , , Americsji Security and Trut,l01. 'attenal Bank JJHocht Bank of Wash sates, tSe. Bank of sTiinntiHs. "Tift: Msuo fTthiS. W: rant ml. rJTr: 'Iwcnii 300; arsaess sad Mechanics', let! Ostissas1, ltfk Cohuabia, 170. CajitaL Hi: Wet XieLW: Tradens', lThuauLu, 11- Xaiisoad wfcs - Wssatnatea and aeorgetoMft, 250, MetMtwtttaa, lea, Co Uuabh. 71; Capitol and h'arth U street, tH, Ic-atncton and SotdWs Home. t-S, Bswsaetown and TeunaUytowa. H; Bat ooi - tasusaace Btorfcs rtresaass, ifct; 9raoh an, 30, Metrwoataa, 74; X&ami Uulon, aw, arangton, ITS, Corcoran, dS; Culuav bia, leij. BUnuaa- wslrsn In. lsteiac W, JUggs, 8, lauple's 5. Uncoln, Si. Tllt iftiurMii'w 8toclhaMMftl Ktrtifiai Tttle, iao; CohuaUaTitsa, t; Vasatagu Tiu, Sm sad Bis try I isjsi Jtorhs yisstirg toa (SasiT; Seorgelbaa tsat, t; tJTI. TkrT-Jriisii laV TsaauhOM atttcke feaasylvaiiia, . aas rwuaaa n, aawn-aa ae, 161 ket Co., W; Vssbmgtoa Brick aVWus Co., tftV; lissat TW U Oa. s). MB raaontae to,, ; SbsJonal a uuais. an, wai ksatuagsoa sals DeooBU, $ Wafelstos Luau Siul Trust Co . i sal l)l'J uieraulkk. 10. Mi.nEcctbklL Plu:uiu:lc 6vui IuiUhii. . .liu uii fccurtt) uid Ttui ,j "Jl FIFTY YEARS OLD. Thejtctteatrti at m.. Matthews onnreti win it tettit,i To-.Worrow. The feast of Pt Mi.tthew and the semi-centennial of t ; dedratlin of St. Matthew's Church, i,- Fifteenth and II rtretts, will be ob - to-inormw with appropriate and in twelve cere monies. A pontlfWal hlh nww will be celebrated by Cardinal GHbbwM and the sermon will be preftctred by Is;ht Bcv Bishop tCeane, nastor of thn Csthollc I'nlversfty. The corner stone of the church waa laid by the most Ilev. ArchMatrop Bc olcton in l3. Two years later the church was dedicated ami coiMertd by the Archbishop. There was a large demonstration on the day of thr dnllca tion, cnrtitlng of a parade headed by a military company and the Mtrlnc Band anil all the Catholic societies In the rlty. The line of march was up F tti el to Fifteenth and to the church Seated on a platform was a choir of fifty voices. On the platform besides the rlergy were heads of Department, otTlceTS of the Army and Navy and principals of Schools with tholr pupils The Board of Aldermen were repre sented by President Qohlsbnrnugh, Aldermen Orme, Wilson, Goddard, Brady and Dove. President Tyler, ac companied by Mr. Fillmore, rode up In a carriage ami were among the specta tors. Her. .1. P. Dorian was the pastor of St. Matthews. The other pastors were Bev. James Dorian, a brother of the first pastor; Bev. Fathers Burns, White and Boyle. The lalter was succeeded by the present pastor, Bev. P. L. Cbapclte. Correcting nn lirrnr In Title. , The Secretary of the Interior 1ms made n decision Involving the land on which the city of Superior, Wis., is now located. A quarter section of land In Wisconsin was purchased by Wellington Gregory In 1830, who payed for 120 acres with a military land warrant and the remaining -10 acres In .cash. The Government Issued two patents, but by n mistake the patent Intended for the land paid for In cash was made to read fur the land purchased under the mil itary land warrant. The land was sold to vnrlous parties until 1"0. wben .1. II. Murphy became its possessor, and the error wos not discovered until 18S0, when J. C. Beacon llled n homestead entry for the land left out of both of Gregory's patents, and which Is now valued at $80,000. He convoyed this Interest to Wnyland S. Sanford, who afterwards claimed that he was Ignorant of the prior claim of Gregory. The cafe was brought up before the Land Ofllce and taken on appoal to the Sec retary. The Secretary finally decided that the mistake In tlie patents should be corrected, and that Murphy wns the legal owner. Not Hail. "Gl me er bottle o' yer 'Happy Isaac' " said an African messenger, presenting at the same time two silver dollars at the To-Kalon wine store. "Happy Isaac?" said the clerk, "what s the matter with you ?" " 'Deed, sur, dat's wat de aenlman said, when he gl inede money." A gentleman present, happy In his readiness at translation of American African, suggested "Piper Heldscek." "Dat might be lilt, bos. Has you gotdat?" Not rinding the Imported article, he departed. It Is possible that the thirsty mood of the sender might have suggested "Happy Isaac" as the proper acquaint ance to cultivate. majMried .mb Died. IWaxtieb. UNDEHWOOD-feOMKKV:U.K- Oo Tues day evuntng, S-eptciober 1. 1WJ0. t the per nossguuf gUrr .M. I. CbHrch. Haltlore. by llev. P. T. Litt'.e. n. Clay Usttsrwootl to Ml Sue K. Koasrvllle. Died. UIHlK)N-On Friday, StfpteutMr 19. WW. at S:W n. n.. a((r a lose and salami tllae, J. Wllllan, oaiy m of Jane W. ami Laura M. GIU011. Fnaeral from hi late nwldeoce, irs Khrbtta treet norlliw&t, Mouttay. Kuplemtier W, at S44a. . llaqulem ma at toe luwa'ulate t'oeewptUHl Church at J a. m. MaUtlve and friDtl respevtlully Invited to attend. IIADE.V-SudJeuly, Irene Ulu. wife of I!all il, ItaJen. to tb SSU year of her ase. The tUBFl will take ulaue froei tlie boa of Wr root tier. No. 1 la Kew Jersey avtan uorthwet. Saturday afternooo at 3 o'clock funeral privaU. IlAILKY-Ou PrUlay. Septenber IS. tseo, Mrs. Jane C. Ualtey Fuueral from br late raUaee, 731 Twatli tret soutLat, Monday. 4Jd muat,at a o'clock p. m. HANF-Oo TbUNday, kentecsbar U. JW. at i p. in., Annie K , ldt daushter of I'lrtob jd CatWfin) Ranf. aged SI year. looath aao 10 da j Fuaaraf from bar parent' ttduo. its imlnU atnua uutbwet, Suiutay at 3 p. m., tbeoce to St Jobs' Lntbarao Cfaurcfa, I-our aaa-a balf trt toulhwtMt WOOO-OBThunday nofalag-, September 1 IMS, Uu, daughter of Tboma aatl Anl Wood, aaed IS year. Fuaral feunaay at o'eloek p a., from St. Lake' c'nurcu. friead wtafala. tu tee taeremala will call at ku SHMata'toaw. TS8 sUeubes street, betwea aeveath and Burial h itrmu aoMbwt. BS C'HAHD-Ou Frldar. plember lit, 1, at .a a . Kliwheih, belovud wuf uf P. L. De Chard. In lb SiHb year of her aa. HOttXirni At her law maidem-a. V X atset MMithweat, os Tharittar. September U.isas. at 11 o'Oeckp. . iamb oigodby Bobert. lUfd S7 year YJHtk'8U.-tm Ttuindar. kepteatuer I. WW. at teSO o'clock p mTOeone W. Varusll. heloveti biubaiul of M ry Vaiuel! la the Sid year of hi aee- CASBY -Qs Seplemb' 17. tSV. at 11.45 p. at., at her hue MMeaea. Ko. sat C Urest aiHbeaat, Hary, the Ulorod wise of Jaate csMtr. il'KOI.AI. yUTIOHli. S I OO PAID POM PAIU.' KB St UUU. DaVtfJtTOKY Bemt'.uoblecUoaabbi hair I in nvo mln ill without In jury or mark to the avxt deucale atia. WAUkLAliTSU). FUl X i PHJt MOVTUL Free Trial at oav-. Kl'HJUU MKfili ATSI eJtPtnXtlSi MUC For the Stun aadSuilp- PEKK. CJUtTki P1UI lAKli. THg UTaHU etMKJUtM! UXS-fil. A areile aa4 Hare Cnae for All Stla aioaljsiii tram- vostit TOiunr 00., Pa are aadtttku . Wsahlaatna. B. c. rasSaiaattuuc io-oiATlvg Us7 . Member of Uu ue(etjr m po xMuoa ef the traA card 10 APtIL, MM. sad inter wolee hi the uiaUei of ooal and wood on we iiniieritfnca ouiore uenv BK T (oriaformaxloe. eli A T Loasiy. SSS A t u e. Aar'l Oept . amiUi Tfauuioa. uav F t u W, It d P Div Wat Dept ; L. Va derboei. W French t. Uu beat , B C Paw iett. SOS TS"- ae ae. Fourth Aul , J I bWl4he-U iiii.rO Dopt , B V mUb. rwlTst v. Q. v b ' ocfx 1 tteet. 1110 iilil, ilsib Aud oST . L B (Ridley, as L t o w, 8!f' uT . True.. Jobu MorrUoo. 415 Bun w.Pemdua off , Ur Joseph Jouy. MX Pa ave a w. Haas:. Sen ' oC . Edward as a at n e. wov mv is.'i orderoftbB comBik'to. J W. aIiSHt.ac wtary. illu I af "' V AamactoM sars tkavour ou . H su and 1S Peonsyivaala amoti 1 axenne TOKAOg UKPAaTiIT. Koosn fire and bux-lr pruof. ami aU above t round, partlcalarl J adapted (or Lbe aUira' of furaltnre. picture, t-e ua! la f jitney 1 sin imi 1 tin mi 3lr. McCufferty tothe only hat and 1 frame najuiin.-tarer In eh city Oali je her new thoet Bicuhia and bonot peealitS fcUaw &itl felt hitt a lured u tue EtessaiX 1 1 fe MJ vsr xja. '. iv7srHot?rt?AjxTftu COMPAST. wi T street t. w. CAPWAI. Jt,IW,flW. This cotntan tmmes ewtWeaf e of dopoit tipsrlnt tntefest as Mlows- Q stl amonnt drpnsiWI fot ntntl? days or iriore, tmt Inm inn wnt imimim, a rr rcni. prr mimn, JT CH. on flftprwtt than ft wars'itd 4 rwronnt. ror mom than tit Tnonrnm dux mm rniti nn deprmits of one year or louirpT. trrnred InrntSMSits for sal. W. rTlTOrTTBOrV, S. . H. WARrntR, PM. WHaCTDrrB: .Tohn T. Arms. tflrs F. aVTiafcr, iiMrtss R. Mney, Jotm A. Hamilton, f snws L. Shrbcnrr, Thomas Smnemile, rt5RiLL, Isf sj32i ilnrtirs n. CVAMMIMIih J. a. aWOTIIiST0u&. .?. J. rsTlfBftrm, lrattewjgf W. Taltiott, jotip Jrvy rasnn, tworte Trnwneii, t hartes J.ranlhner, B. H. Ainrn r. rox. lllitn"S!'htirt. S." W. WmrAwr(i. John BTiatnat, Cha. Bwij. wnthtson. 3sy-rrST ?r;yvKi. nrt wnrrn. rmRoronTST. mis rnna. avsu onrwrtte wilinl rtotel Thnnssnds frWn far and amr VV"' Br WMra's rotsMlstintent for rSllef from nrwl aroMaiMM of corns, bnnlnns, dJMvil nalH and all f thrr foot trrM rtotir. S . m toSp.1. frnndy. to is. Dfflcree,n ww Tlsftfor pTitlffif the fset in soort order. fciMMtsnsM, rj. WI1.MAM i,mt (8W)0(WfWr to liwiry Irws s 9t)iM tlXDBRTAKltR. 9W rA. AVS. N. W Soqth RM. Dnmeh OAce. 4SS Mnrrland sr. s. w. 3sr-wnr serr havk TtrPR stmrrt ar mfttle by one of the moH pelebratBd entters In AnMrleat rrteas sanw s thoe thfnl-rate cutters obanre. r. T. tt&LU 938 F stn w. I3r CUArtT'RKD BY CONOR B8 1SH. FltAKKMN INSllUfl.'CU CO. OP WASniNtlTON, D. O. CAPITA!. AND SURrt.tJS, B,W0. lift npver tonteted ions hi fire, but nlway tsakes tironrt and liberal adjastments. Dr. Daniel 11. Clarke, pres't: Georre B. Itmon, vlto-preft'ti Ctrl S. Uradley,tren.;I. Fen wtek Toiibk, see'y: Win r. DotelBT, as't sfto'v. luas.Sm wantijii itnr.i'. VAJ-TKIJ-IN SMALU ntlVATK FAM- lly. n flrot-olass conk and lanndret: alo rhnmbermnlil and waitress; muot stay at B Isht. Apply 177 Do Hale M. Mt nrANTEI)-A OIRI. IS TRAK8 OLD AS mir9 sail to make lierelf Benernlly liful. 409 A t b. It --trATKI-WIllTlt HIHUOKItMAN I'ltK- V Irrred. to do eonklnc nnd eentnl ltone- work In rmnll family; references required. Apply atllsithtn w isyit T ANTBD-A llRLIAlILK, HALF OHOWN t atlrl or woman for lionwork; irooil homo. Apply HOT! l.nli t w. fMt w. ANTKP-A OOD tltRL FOIt OKN rral bonework. wachlmr and Ironlne: lt of retprcnw;nootlir!i ndarttir. SST ami t n w. ao-st w ANTRt-FlNHT.CtwVHn Mt.KRVK Hand. 70 13th t II w. Sd.St rANTK-HOY;HHMANrHKFgRHIID; ait about 1ft. Call l7 B stn w, New Natku l Tliaatre tor. 99 -St "WAElJ-tlOOD WtlMAN FOR (IKN- era! hotiewtrk ; mutt b it ol rtntK nnd laimdrax; neat and trntwortliv: imuli fair lit; bnt ref erenre reiulrd ; mn-t tny at nlitht (all at 1319 1 nth at n w. tfl St AJJTKD A WOMAN TO COOK. WASH and Iron In Tamall fnmtlr: mue oonm nla-bly raeommeniled, Call at er S a m at KM Frenchat v w l,1t TASTKr)-A (URL TO DO OBNKHAl. honwwork: 'i In family; reference '-ill at SISS JNit " it rANTKU-AOIHLTO 1KI HOfSg ORK 1 for Kmall famllT; mini lie a ,kI cook and ttay at nlrlit Auplv with refenwo at ISIS M t n w. It It trilTBI-A DOY IOR UOU8HWORK and erranda. Apply at last O at n w Willi roferenrea 19 3t VTANTK1-AN ACCOMrUHIIKD WAIT- reu: colorsd slrl Call bet S and Sam, 3nd pmat 1708 IWhat n w U.3t nlahlj " rAMKl-WOHKINCI HOUHBKgKt'KR. ( an hi 1011 nin at n w. i-c A7ANTKD-A COl.ORBIMHRI, FORIiB.V- t eral tiouacwork; taynlliU; brlnx refer ence MO 1st h at n w. 10 st AY TANTBO-AUHRMANHIRLFOUMOIIV kouMKork; lefereoo reiulrd. Apply at HIT 7th at n w 1!.H TrANTED-A NKAT COLOKBR HOY TO Y wait to a private family. Cult .131 Cat n w brt T and 8 p m. J0.lt w fANTED-TWO COI'PRK l'L.TK KN 1 trrareM: one nxnert In lettering and tipple or sand tinting a ahown oa (Vxwt aad tleodtlc Survey chart; alary JI.WO per annum; anu one wiiu ism expeneuoe; salary $K0 par annum Alao nipert eu rraver of lopnurapby and stipple or aaml tlntinir. to contract for work to be dose at their home. Further iBforuuttloo will be furnUbrd on applieatioa. T. c. MBNDKN HALL. SupcrlBIBdat V S. Coaat aad eieo detlc Survey. IT,od3t. tirANTBI) -RHLIAHLK WOMAN TOKUItN eral bouaawork lBamatlfaiRily;ao home nlttlita; re lerence required . Call at ue c at bw. la.it w TAM'Bl A COLOKHU WOMAN TO I eook; mast come reoommiBjad. 90S F itaw. MSt AY- AN'TED-A MKkHIUTAEI.K UIRLIOK Dlaln irookiBir and aeneral houMWOrk: mi,&, oa, Mlulit !,.!, at flffa Wla t n ur -....-, .... ..r,.v .. . rAXTBD-AN XXI'BKIBNt'KI) eXXK; alto to waafa aad iron lu private family. Call, with reference. lt K at n w uM. AA rANTBU-WlUTEdlKI.AS COOK; Mttt nave reieresee. n r at a w. i. TrANTKD-AGKIIMAS 8BKYAXT GIRL Y who can eook. aaaall family; Kfrwe required. Apply MS lath at a w Uklt A rAJ.ThU- WHITS e.IHLS-1 TO IX eituiiue ana 1 tor ciuusuerwor ui at aw h m b w i,it TIMNTBD x WOMAN TO eeMlK AVD IV II aeearal Wuework; U-ht work. Apply to StS Pa are a w M.St A fANTBU-A WHITB GIHLTO IM OBK- erai aouaewora. Apply at i w t a w. A-VANTBtt-WOMAN TO aad uoe:wuttay at leferviu; U Sll B at a COOK, WASH ahrht aad brltu AY rANTBD-A ftlML FOat UBNBKAL I h,'Uawork: miut aoBui wall reuom- awnifad tSMUataw IT.st AY kTANTBU-A BOY TO MAKB HiMSBLF aenarallT uaaful hi the atuie: moat have reeummeadathm. ISCS Uth t a w 17 U AY TANTB0-A KBUBCTAVLB WHITE 1 sir! for aura: muat b able to i ref erral and be wOliae to ! city Call at SW A at e. t VATKII blTli.Tl. TirANTBU-BY aUtaPBOTABUI WttrTB I womaa. a place a maid aad eompaaioa; beat of ref eieaoua Addre 711 d at n w. AHTSU-lfY A Yot'KU OOUMUUt tt woman. aituatioa io do plate eouktae u auoaewur u uuaii laaur or aa eoam lamtlr Ktsfc barmaid tall or addle ii an "VrAJiTB- aaaratTraBLBi-oLoitaD 1 airl. a aitoaUoa a ebamberaulJ lu a prtvale family; bent of Add reai 111 lavia "lr AVTSD-BY BBPtTABJ Bl OU)KICD 1 yjri a pbvee in a private family to cook, wain, iroa and do aeoeral bouaewurk or caamtwrmaJaad wafire. fSuisss Uadi aoa at. bet Sth aad Tth a w . rAJi'l--rHmlTlOf A ASaUOTAKT )) bookkeeper or a eterkia law or leal es tate olive; beat of Kftireaj.ua. Addseai J S B.. Belvedere Hotel IS St 1 1 1 AVTSD-BY A VH'sH UtUMIJBU VAV, 1 a Biaos to drive aad a porter in a fro- very aiore; wiu maae atmaeir awBai m;paiu CaUSHllniw. last -r AXTBC-ay &HPaYnraMJ(ceuMtBB 1 woman, a altuaUoa a oluambotmaU or took in auwil fassUy. to stay at stent. Call or addxe ito F at . w. JftTS -lir AXTBtx-emATlOkl AS HBBkiAtl AT ateam boiler: can give suoa tefaweeo. t all SI Featolt aim ISTSt AY r ANTBD BY LADY OB BXr'!Me,l. keeper or gAeroo to fOOat eMadsan; an obieetlon to country sJfcess Ms 3 , SUk ridge. Howard County gt Ulm ir AbiTl-r BtaiPsy-T tsV, B OILi Xtf a L .t1 n . ,ai,ntl. .v. aa A,k,.a iiaia alSaamaaia aaT 1 u u hiiiiuuv p wwnawe uri or Bune- wtu or au-uow ' raTaU-WTIJATW AS POaWMU for Private fasaus Addreaa Jl V ate lrASiTBO-PLAlB A CgJUMMalO Yl to rt cla family. n.t as WMo r- fer u.e from !lt I'la. - Addrea tMttf I at o w V it vIIUbU'CwuIII 151b 5tb bt D ASilbi) b ttilif OMA i -.Ua1. L . a 1 J - U i wajitkd airrATio!a AY A!STr- by i iieTiteTA nr.it wbttb tr!. altaatlnna: 1 M nn.inbrmitM. the othMss wnitrri" in a private family, with rsfswmce. ll or addr ISM 11th t nw.. AY, AWTI-BY A BAT, FrRSTOLV Woman wio. rnfotud. annf-ie as nrh: terJ refertnre. )l!Ljtn. ia.!rt AY ASTRD-nT A cotOrJBT) WOJIAW, plscp i (hmbertnM. cook "r rinr; (food rttv rpfcrari Apply 117 -nn nnw. rASTBTt-BT OOOT) YOtNO WHfTR II sin . a itnation ai hnnawmaM- r,o1 rf vretiefm nslllSMlStnafn w 1. -itrASTJir tVfftrl.asl .tpiri4-.- STJl1-BT BKHPftrTABLII WfltT Mt nation m n mau ramuy ppiv , 1Mt WANTMW-.MI0rSI,t.VIWl. A nr biHalb Rorytts. rtT sWin powW, sjnod shmtot ertir and flrst etaas janrrefsMp, In the TOST nrtLT)tt, for nti at row rates to firt rtni tenants. Arty to srtiow ntTmtjrs, m Post rjWWrna, or FRA5K WACitlRB, faperln PIIR rtKMT rHMIWS. TrOR IKRT-HA5iWOVtRLY FnRJTtSttl'tl I. rnoms; amslr or n nlf ; In private fam lit; trie homr for siMitti-l people; location rst clftiw 1S8B 1 at. oppoclte Afllneton HoteT n I7DR RBT-INaMAU.PHIVATBFAMtt.Y. I1 with home comforts, a very nlesty for n!hed sd story front, strove ronrn; bay win dow: hath on m floor; board If desired; locution. 11th st and Pa ve e: price for room, without board . fS. Addresa A LCJOV B, this ogee. snjSt lOR RBNT-ISIt K fT N W, HANitSOMBtT V rernlshed anlte Sd story rooms for f SS; also SH story; fnrnlshed or nnf nrnlahe 1 S-3j F OR BBWT-BM STM 9T N W, TRIYATK ramllr. nlrrlv lnrnlhed arc 1 ami Sd tory room: ono sqnore from Patent and Penalon Offlre. SO St TjMMtHENT-FVRNISllBI) ROOMS SBAR Jj ("ensns and P"nioti Ofllrea; with or wUhont beard. SlSSdstnw. a-St IPOM tlENT-I)BIRARt.R ltOOMI AT St: ! ISth at , known aa t ho llowenle Manaion. F OK RBNT-lSSr H ST V W St) STORY anHth fmna fnaaa I ml Art rrwimai aHaaeI Mr en wwUot with honi: pr1rl fr,rwiy. yvst I?ORRR!T- FURIBHBt WMIMB.S ON . each floor; or en suite; alao 2 hall room. WIMhatnw SPSt F OK KBNT-4W M ST N W-S NICBt.Y fnrnlahed commnnleatlne mom on ! floor nnd name on Sil floor: new honan: bar window; modern ronvenlencea; boftnl If de alreil. SOS'. JTiOK KBNT-WITH MOAHD-S LtRflKand J' I hall room; all comnanionlln?tSd flour; nnnthorn expoanre. al 1 Sd do ir front room; illnlnr room on lal flour; nfeTrnce. 1MB t, etnw t FOR RKNT-1T AND St) FUK1RR OF f rooms; finely fninlhl for honaeknn ln; coal trtvliltil lor heat; Stt to adults: referencea WOWhatnw. lSstt FH IIBNT-FIMNlallBll OK USFUR-nlatitd-lWJ ISth at n w. Bear Wood mont: could accommodate 1 or more irentle won In alnele or common lostlne rnoMst tmat, lltht. balb and attendance. 18.31 Jpon 11KNT ' FVRNI3IIBD ItOOMa 19.tr At SU t! tt n w FOK MRNT-HANlOMRLT FTRNHMtBD room; wjuthern expotere; private fam lly. AililrWISlatat. jM I70K HBNT-JU8T FURNtSllfa).-WITH I' ue of elerstor: atcam httt, iwakloe tube and balh; choice i"itli fnni rum. new flats 717 ISth at; enTU'inen (aly.lm mediate anaeaalon: J IS. PSBt T?OH HBNT-It STOHY FRONT KOOV. 1' wltbalroro; rnrniabedslarce onoiuti tt t peraona; alao 1I atnry front room, with nan momaitarni'ii; runiiamwi. ai, at n w FOR RKNT-AN KLKOANT PUKNtXIlKO front rxm on at floor: eastern and aoutlitrn expoaure; coovenlent to caraani herdlra; boanl If doalred. HIS Tth at n !,. frOlt RBNT-lJtRUBFHONTllOOV, MAt? I. tllully fnrtiabd: reaaottable rate to four eentletten or ladle: alao suite of room, unfnrnlehed, aeeond floor; ot her rooms, fnr nlalHHt or unfiirnlahwd; hoard. W) M at n W. lOKRBNT-SIIANrWOMBI.YFl'RNIWIlB I1 rooma, M floor; two unfurnished Pr lors; Iwlla, apeakiBK tubes; alao two fur nlahed rotima, 3d floor, flo eeeh. 1 Mjuare from State, War and Navy rh-partmeor 'itm F t b w. I 'It IT-OK RBNT-SLTrK OF 3 I'NFt'RNISIlBO rooma: alao one lariraro.m; -ulial.le for two Toumr mea: refeMtua reaitilrtM no nouaeneepiHa- itur inw, r .. - . . . .. I at F OK WENT - t FRONT IWFI'IINIBUBD ale-ore room. ISBOllthatnw 1S4I IOR RJNT I KIBOANT MfXlMa, TOb ' nlshed ami unfurnlabNt. with and with out board; gentlemen Preferred; SSSS Pa , are IS W. TOK KBNT-OtT. 1. TWO LABOR AND J' eletrautlyfurtiiabed rooma, on lit Hoof; , near the Portland and Hamilton House, jra. blh and allwalanre- ref e rent-am; 1 W I. at i F OR KBNT-Jor tl NFl'KMMIKD ROOMX 1 xr tib at a e: near car line i at I F OKHBNT aUNPUaUtlSUaU) COHVlin eatlne room. M fia,r: bulb on aau: ttay inuowa; noara bear, or wui permit very light bovaekeeplne, rfferenees; t adult; between tar aud Urdlc Hnta lit Corcoran at. I tt p KRBNT-NICKLY Fl'HNUUJBO BOOMS ta yr.Ttna? tamiiy fm a t n w. iat F run vei iuini nf jstn atwAn aiil aa af pau-ima rtK Luth ,n ArI ntaans u uttM isu u uar x? u a w sr suiaskaa OMaoelte Met. Club, alo room on the Ut r Sd floor. Sit Uth L t F )K KBNr-rTNNISHKO OR rnfrtrg, Blabed-i lame, pleaaaat rtaMB. at abd Sd Sxwa; Aveaue eara pmi door; pi tutx avbu uara uu a,w: seariM partaseau; will tun Pa ave B w. partaseata; will be retiled en suite or aipj'e TPOR KBNT-rlBlt.HT. slNNY BiiiMS.U ' floor, above bed room, parlor and l-trtm room tonne, lluir rnle or en ulte; lo room oa 1st floor- all baiulsoaastly mrniahaal: prlTute family m'alSthatBW. tlj FOB BBNT-HAMMOMELY ITKNtSHBO lanteroom: Bortbern aad southern ea poaure: biirh eeilia: bare wtedow; ail aa as ern LcnveleB; flret ouaa table boerj t reoabte rale 13i lti. 17 tt OK NhrMT-IMNINCI BOOM. KITillBN aad front bed room; furaUbed fur h-xui keeytae I at n w FT 1 lTHtlt KaOfT- CHBSWrTU WBLL Ft?it V aiabed eommeah-atum front room m 3d floor; term moderate; swutletneu pre fened. Iai3 d at u w. t7.lt PBKMI.NAh, T ADIBS WBO KBOITRB THE bKHVUKS 1j of a kwf eatahliahxd aud rviib. ladlea' shnicfau auiri air- w , a e bet b aud c Con'-u tall, 10 wr . eir.lio. w ILaaON, UPS Part Plaee. aad Uth aad Uth at a a. lad ea uely XTOW IB TUB T(MB. 1 WIU. PAY 1 "tato aauavar" (or a' 8ri tU -- ikaa il hnn bT aJAtkilmtf iIiIbtbi an a m "A va.tBiat a .j iiimiu aapa U4UTKY HK.1I. KTtTIS. TXJM SAtB-ABOl T r V its on to rp I lb aViMu !" a eateadaai, on tb 1 UNI and SoidlecV Bume Ka,. if. beiu a part Ot tbe estate -l tue utle i I-.cl i 11 lIUMt. aa called "BdaMWoud a a id opt4ualty lor lavcator. For lauuir of e-HAFIK oartb,ul. tfa. pne, " UOWN. a ti W." OUMMIsaatSliKklK US' UKKUe. U. atatjatansl Tetarmen. M La.ve-. .nm MitaitY TU U4. -a ioaBYTOLOAVON KBAL (tefAT . Ill tikt-olaa aaearUiea t io..i rate -J mtsseel o delay wuer . urity u o.i O. C. tJMsfBS. ws7at v- M1rgsi0cff o tioou act'. i", ', I 'I'll LI'H ' ' Ttf OMSrY. 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