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THE DAILY CEIT1C, MOMDAt EVENING, SEPTEMBER
2;i, 1890.
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HALF A CENTURY OLD.
SEMI-CENTENNIAL OF ST. MATTIEWS
CHURCH CELEBRATED YESTERDAY.
An imrmalne Oeremnnlal Sin (tele
brntnl by Onrillnnt (HhMins 9r
man by Iter. I'ntlmr KHih-
nrtl tllntbrr sr ttto
Strrtetnre.
"With the fafrwt of km, th mint
rc.tpltndmt of altftr HhW ami th
pmmlist of mnfte, tiro fftlfltli antit
vrity of the ttalrcattos of 9t.
Matthew's Catrrolfc Cltnrth tvss tb
sitvttl ytatrrrlay with lmpo1n cere
monks. The oM etliflc. was thtungel
xvltli members of the congregation ami
traDRers In the city. The pon'Irtclnl
lilgh mass at 11 o'clock ma celebrated
y Cardinal Gibbons, with the Very
Ikv. Dr. MAfBlen, 8. S., assistant
pilcst, Itev. .1. A. Walter of St. Pat
rick's Church, deacon of the mass;
Itev. James F. Mackln, stib-tloaoon;
Ilcvs. M. J. Walsh ami John Lloytl,
deacons of honor, and Revs. T. J.
Kcrvlck and K. A. 'Williams, masters
of ceremonies.
The canltnalato colors prevailed In
Iho altar coverings and the pulpit was
decorated with evergreen and smllax.
To the left of the snnctuary a throne,
embellished with scarlet tapestry, had
been provided for Ills Eminence, Car
dinal Gibbons.
Tho muttc of the mass was of the
highest order of excellence. Tho num
bers sung wcro as follows: "Asporges
Mc," by G. Thundcr;"ICyrie Elelson,"
by George Wlohtlj "Gloria In Kscolsls
Deo," by Saverlo Mercmlante; "Credo
In L'num Doum," by K. Sllasj "Sane
tusct Ucncdlctus" and "Agnus Del,"
by Charles Gounod. Before tho ser
mon, "Vrnl Creator," by Gannon, and
nt the offo'tory, "Jubllato Deo," by
DlabcllI a soprano obllgato, solo and
chorus.
The following-named ladles and gen
tlemen composed tho choir: Soprani
Airs. Laldco ltossltcr, Sirs. Smith, the
Allssca Mary Sweeney, M. Phillips, An
nette Gibson, ntta Wcltael, L Chip
man, Lillian Hunt and Mrs. It. Con
tjucst Clark j alii The Misses Mar
cucrlte Nolan, Blanche Ycwell, Laura
Zch, Emma Doughorly, Lucy Patterson
and Eva Cowling-, tcnorl Messrs. Wll
Ham It. Burnett, Charles M. Connell,
Kulta C. Duvlcs and James Patterson:
bassl John II. Nolan, MIchaol A. Don
nelly, George II. Sheriff, Edward L.
Barbour, Potor C. Treanor, A. II. lilt
tcr, John F. Blackmar; baritone, L. K,
Gannon choirmaster. Mr. Waldecker
was organist.
Tho sermon was delivered by the Ilev.
J Havens Illchards, S. J., president of
Georgetown University. It was brief
but impressive and In tho course of
which tho distinguished prelate and
scholar referred to tho continuity of
the Catholic Church, which had with
stood the rise and fall of empires and
republics, whose prosperity was alwavs
progressive and never backward. He
spoke of thu beautiful ceremonials of
the church, its blessetl sacrament, which
through tho ages had sustained Its
priests and people In always having the
pretence of Christ before them, and
which gavo them hope of a better and
a higher life hereafter. To attain that
higher life, he said, that all should live
in n higher devotion to their religious
duties, and more and more in the love
of God.
At tho close of the sermon tho choir
sang the "Laudato Dominum," followed
by the blessed sacrament and benedic
tion. Itev. Dr. Cbapolle entertained the
Cardinal and tho rcvorond clergy at
dinner at tho pastoral residence adjoin
ing tho church.
Thu history of St. Matthew's Church
Is very Interesting. In 1883 IUv.
Father Matthews, tho pastor of St. Pat
rick's, began tho formation of the new
parish of St. Matthew, Tho ground
upon which it is built was purchased
from W. S. Nlcholls, and lis tlrst pastor
was the licv. John P. Donelan, who
had for his assistant his brother, Ilev.
James Donelan. who upon the former's
transfer to the Detroit diocese succeeded
as pastor. The second pastor was tho
Ilev. Henry Meyers, who died In 1871.
pastor of St. Vincent's Church, Balti
more, The third pastor was Ilev. John
B. Byrne, whose assistant was Itev. E.
L. B. Waldron. The former died at
Mount St. Mary's College, Emmltsburg,
Md., and the latter a few years ago at
Plkesvllle, Md. Tho fourth pastor was
Itev. Charles E. White, who ministered
to this flock for twenty-one years. He
had great ability both as a speaker and
writer on the leading subjects of the
day and was a cultivated musician. He
enlarged the church, placed In It the
line organ now In use, and frequently
conducted the choir ever- when bis
voice tjuivered with aee at 1 weakness.
At his death, April, 1878. ue was suc
ceeded by the Itev. Franc h E. Boyle, a
llaltlmofean. Hie first niUsloa was to
llfckville.
On May 23, 1S62, the IUv, Dr. Cfea
ptUe, who bad for many years beea
paUnr of St. Joseph's Church, Balti
more, became pastor of St. Matthew's,
where be still remains. In adlftioa
to his well known aU.lty as a tbeologUa
be Is a most excelfea t practical bum
Ktrln every thing coaeeeted with the
interests of his large parish.
When the corser-Moae of St. Mat
thew's Church was laid by Archbishop
Ecclestoa swobs; the Interested spec
tutors were l'reeldsat Tyler aad Mr.
liHmore (afterwards President) wbo
occupied a carriage. On the platform
were seated heads of detMUftsawais. oat
firs of the Army and Ksvy, PrasMaat
tiMdeborougb sad oikutts of Ike Board
r f AUermaa. The church was dedi
taicd Septeiaber 31, 1840, by Arch
Msbop Eccleatoa, aad two year later.
May 15, lb!2, tb Indebtedness having
been Hiuhlated It was consecrated by
tie ssibs prelate.
The nrat series of sorminag preach!
fu the church was by Father BUer,
president of Georgetown TJalvecsUy,
and attracted (HsHsgiiishtnl audtescas.
Including Preaideat Van Bursa. Since
that date nearly every Ptasldeat kas at
ttndtd soma service at St Mattkaw's.
Ha May 11. 1841, Preaklant Joka Tyler's
sister was baptised there by Fatkar
J'onelan. It lissbeeH ths fsvorik church
of numbers of ths dipaoauars: cor pa, aad
some lie posing cereinonUU in koaor of
furtiga rulers nave taken place wsthlu
lis wails. The solemn obsequies for tka
rtpoae uf Pope Pius IX. and for Kisur
Alfonso of Spain, tke funeral years ago
' f ihe KoanUk Minister, that of the
lvriugese Minister, aad snore recently
ibt of General Phil Sheridan, pteaeaied
Kioesoiadlitstry and dlplnaiatir uJkjf
t aiiU suck as aad been rarely wUneJsml
3l any churck in taa coaatry. Mr.
hliitai Kede, wko in 1840 was an
i,.ar boy a St. Mattkasr's, sad wko
1 K pajt in the coaaecratJAa of tba
1. .Kb in tku vnceasioa of acolytes,
.- j.uaent iurJ. He is sttU la
.. tiius kealiU
lie veapM aJiiU was also largely
&t .i.Uvd and ike wmOc raadored very
iu The ckoii of St liatthev's aas a
i 1 r ,1 iiputatton It was toe tsoud
1 .ijo S bit wko bruugbl the choir to
.1 i Jiriti uf excc-Ucuku which, it ba
4 ,i, ;:ui LL,niutaiud
SHOT AT THE OFFICER.
A Colnrnt Htirrinn Who Cme Very
Nr tn)t n Jtnnterer,
OtHcer HaMoti b a nntnber of otrrer
oflkrs rf tti Fowth Prednet wert
skirmishing arortnd In East Capitol
alwy yesterday sftenroon looking for
crap players. Hatton wa ctawHrMt up
to a game that was In progress, wJwn
there was ashArp report from a revMrer
sml a bnlret came whir sing through a
bwrrt fence In clm prrtlmlty to hi.
At the sme tfme George Perry, n
colored man, started on the run up the
alley And two or three officers at his
heils. He proved to Be qttlte a sprinter
and gAve the officers a very lively chase.
Thty sent several shots after him. but
this had no effect.
On E street, between Delaware at
mie ami First street, he disappeared
Into a stable And hid himself rtn ter
some hay In the loft. The officers
thought sure thAt he had escaped them,
And were about to give up the sroh
when a stir among tbe hay In owe
corner of the loft revealed the ruffian's
hiding place. Even after being ar
rested the prisoner resisted vigorously,
ami bttomcer Hatton's thumb badly.
Terry was In the Police Court this
afternoon. Officer Hatton told Judge
Miller his story, and although there
wcro halt a dozen other witnesses to the
assault on the officer the Judge said
that he did not care to hoar any more,
and bound Perry over to tbe grand Jury
in fl.000 bomK
THEY ACTED IN SELF-DEFENSE.
Officer Btenfiante nml .Murphy Declare
They Unit to tne tho Uatnn,
Editor Oritk: I hivo tho honor to re
spectfully lequest that you will, in Jus
tice to Mr. Murphy and my golf, publish
tho following reply to Mr. Carlisle's re
port In yesterday's Pott:
Mr. Carllslo should adhere strictly
to the truth In making statements, and
if ho had dono so 1 think that affairs
would assumo n different appearance.
Ho was Bitting on his own doorstep In
a beastly drunken condition, nml know
ing that he had a gold watch In his pos
session, I used my utmost ondeavors to
wake him and havo him go into his
house.
I gave blm n good shaking and at
Inst he jumped to his feet and doalt
mc a furious blow on tho left breast
when I struck him. Had I not had n
cord hold of his loft arm at thu tlraa I
should certainly have been knocked
down. He struck me tho second time
when ho received a second blow, ho
then attempted to strike Mr. Murphy
when I slipped my nippers on him and
wc took him to tho station.
After the doctor had put two stitches
In his head ho begged so pitifully to
bavo tho charge withdrawn, as there
bad been a charge preferred against
him, that tho charge was withdrawn
and M10 charge of intoxication entered
In Its place.
Ills an untruth that we went to Mr.
Carlisle's house and said "that If he
would bit It drop It would be all right."
I don't know how the porch of his
house could have been covered with
blood, as not a blow was struck on his
porch, and bo was not allowed to go up
on It.
1 trust you will do us the Justice to
publish this, and add that this statement
can be substantiated by several reliable
and respectable citizens of the District.
Mr. Carlisle is a large, brawny man,
and has tho reputation of being one of
tbe strongest on the wharf, where he
works. He has been on our blotter lie
fore, no later than August 1, for an as
sault on a gentleman named Perkins,
and not only that time has he been
charged with offenses, but many times
before. Adam Stbxhoush.
Prlvato Met. Police Dept.
Scptcmbor21, 1800.
Ofllcer Murphy has also made a
statement, corrouorratlng the above.
Ed. ChiticJ
CHARGED YITU AN ATROCIOUS CRIME.
A I.uitfal Germun Who l'eloiilamly
Atiuultod Ino Little UlrU.
George T'ebcrt, an aged German, was
locked up at tbe First Precinct Station
last night for committing a felonious
assault upon two young girls, named
Annie Itoblnson and Mary Wittstat.
The assault was committed In a barn In
tbe rear of No. 304 Tenth street north
west. Both girls were badly bruised,
but were able to appear against Tlebert
in the Police Court to-day.
In tho Police Court this afternoon
Judge Miller listened carefully to the
evidence given by the two little girls,
also to that given by Dr. EUyson of tho
Emergency Hospital. There were two
distinct charges, and Judge Miller re
quired Tubert to furnish $ 8.000 ball In
each case for his appearance before the
grand jury.
m
tVlmodauchaU New Home,
That progressive society, knows as
the Wlmodaugbsls, have Ueued a cir
cular, stating that a building will be
secured for meeting purposes, Tbe
building will not only have meeting
and busloee? rooais, but a library, read
ing and reception rooms, a thoroughly
equipped gymnasium, an art gallery
and a Batatoriuu. Tbe larger kail will
be used for the annual conventions of
the National American Woman Suf
frage Association, tbe Woman's CkrU
llsu Temperance Union, the Associa
tion of Collegiate Aluiuuw, Woman's
National Press Association, Woman's
Belief Corps, the Bed Cross and Labor
and Indian Associations . Federation of
Clubs, aad si) tke various benevolent,
Htersry and social societies of woman,
wkkk are now dependent on tke cour
tesy of hotels aad ckutckss for a meet
ing place.
A KepUii M SUM UUIae,
A number of tke many friends of Miss
Kiaa B. Blaiaa illsmkul aad partici
pated la an eajoyaWs reception aad
dance glvea la that very popular young
lady's koaor at hex Capitol Hill home
oa last Saturday evening. Soeas of
those present were Misses Addis Rlaias,
Bella Jost. Margaret Blaine. Katie
Dswpsey. Kiaa Blaiae, Katkstiae FtU
patrkk, Mae Blaiae, Margaret Freack,
BlopiHns Blaadford aad Messrs. Casrtee
W. Fair. Thomas Ewing, Gsohm K.
Freack, T. W. B. Middktoa. oCiierd
Clark. Artkur Buttons . Artkur C1U
ford and Xbaer Ilouck.
Mrttttk Wy a Uaitte Iter.
A larsjtf cassssi was s4tcaatnd to tke
corner of Peaasylvaata avenue aad
HffffBflk fluff last naffkA, la coasa
4ueac of Hicaael Stiittvaa kariag
been struck by a cable ear. Every
body SjUfiposad tkat Sullivan aad baaa
very seriously hurt aad ke was lake
la tan pajtrft) waaoa to tka Xaatssikacy
xJostintaL Wawsast was asesi4swtkat
k was saoMi scared tka Injured- He
was afterward take to his koms. No.
tm O htoeet aurtkveat.
Ke Uh Wm sins' tave vtstes.
There wau 4ty prisoners kud
dkd in tk two dark calls la tke Police
t outt tfvweoa tUt atocaiajt wkaa
BaiU Maddlga spied ike pissed barrel
t f a revolver lying 0 Ikt alone no jr.
Ue at uuee took possession of It and
turned it over to Judu Miller, fuc
Weapon was not luadeu, and ikcte Wtu
Hut a siiifcit. man iu lUc .cll Uu WjlJJ
AT THE SCENE OF HIS CRIME.
The nerantttnir Rnnte Agnt rtream
THiwn Wfm lie Meets Mh Wit.
George Hattts, the route agent re
cently tju from here to St. Ijowts
cbAffCrl with trrff theft of mall itiAttet
from a Chicago And Alton mH cat,
brok trttwn completely when eon
fronfed by hh yemnt and pretty wife
In the District Attorney's office Iasi
Frfdny. Hi strpptnerl that she had
deserted him, but to tin contrary she
followed him to the reftt of his crime
and place of confinement.
The meeting between the ansband
Ami wife. ml Also that between IlArrls
and his father, was declared the mnst
Affecting that ever occurred In the St.
Louis Federal building. Hurrls, on his
way to St. Louis, paeed directly thronjh
Vlmennee, I ml , where his wife ami
father were, but he expressed no desire
to stop and see them. They, however,
bcAnl of his having rnssed through tbe
city And followed him directly to St.
Lout.
SOME IKE IN THE CNSU3.
A Criminal Trneetl by It vrtio Hail
Drftnudrtl the l'enslon Offlce.
fyem M VW ror Snn.
The traclne of criminals is A peculiar
ute to which to put the census returns,
and yet that Is what has just been done
In a case out In Colorado. A series of
pension trawls had been perpetrated
In that State, and agents of the Pension
Office bad traced them to one man,
whom they were about to arrest, when
he suddenly disappeared. No trace of
him or his family could be founl.
The officials at last received valuable
information to the effect that their man
was somewhere In Klo Blanco County,
Col,, but whore they could not discover.
As the county Is a pretty extensive one,
it would be a long and tiresome task to
search for him in tho ordinary wav, and
some bright mind suggested that per
haps the Coneus Office could assist In
tho search. Accordingly, permission
was obtained for an examination of tho
schedules returned from that county,
with the result that the man for whom
they were looking, with his wife and
family, was In a little out-of-the-way
mining camp In an obscure corner of
tho county. Ho was arrested, and Is
now in jail awaiting trial, and the ends
of justice nro served.
ANDY JOHNSON'S TOAST.
Ills 11,-irlier Telia Some Interesting
Stories Abortt Lincoln's Succonor.
TVem Ms San 1'raiKlKO Kjmmliur.
History Is not altogether written in
books nor carried in the minds of
savants. Tho sources of historical In
formation are varied.
For Instance, says tho Indianapolis
AY to, one may get an Idea of the char
acter of President Andy Johnson from
a talk with his barber, who happens to
live in this city, and Is none other than
George L. Keeble, one of the proprie
tor of the Young Men's Christian As
sr elation barber she p.
"I might have been the tlrst free col
ored man to lie married In the White
House," said George, "but I was not
willing to wait until we could go from
ft
Nashville to Wa
pencil In this way:
hap-
"Mv wife was Mrs. Johnson's maid.
She waited on tho frontdoor of the
Johnson mansion and was very affec
tionately treated by tho family.
"When Governor Johnson went to
Washington, knowing that I was wait
ing on Mrs. Johnson s maid, we were
asked to go along and be married at
tho Capital.
"The circumstances of my courting
were unusual. One day I was walking
past tho governor's house when I saw
n captain of the army, well known In
Nashville, walk up to Mr. Johnson,
who was In the yard, and begin to use
abutlvo language.
"Among other things I remember he
called Johnson 'a traitor.' Johnson
tired up In an instant.
"Ills right hand and arm were para
lyzed. With his left he struck out
briskly and tumbled the captain down
upon the grass. After that guards
were placed about the premises, with
Instructions to exclude all persons not
having passes.
"This Interfered somewhat with the
other young fellows who were, Uko
myself, paying attention to Mrs. John
son's maid. But It helped me.
"Tbe maid at the front door told the
guards to admit me, and by the time tho
governor was ready to go to Washing
ton I had prosecuted my courtship to a
successful result."
"How did Mr. Johnson conduct him
self toward the colored peonler"
"He was free and easy with us. For
instance, be would come down to my
barber shop of a morning and about tbe
tbe first remark would be: 'Well,
George, do you know where I can rind
a good mint julepr"
"I generally knew where to find one
and he would always iuvlte me over
to try tbe liquor with him. In drinking
he would generally propose a toast,
and this was the most common one:
'God bless the while folks and the Lord
save tbe niggers.' "
Fined far Selling Without LImbi.
George W. Dwyer was to-day Used
30 for selling liquor without a retail
lccnse at No. -WW Twenty sixtk street
southwest. Una witness out of five
testlasd tkat ke kad purekassd whisky
In tLe place by tke glass, but could not
give tke dats. Campbell Cariiaglon,
tke eounsel for Mr. Dwyer, noted aa
appeal
Watlilngwn btsek tSzebssse,
MttfsHsnsous konds U. a, Usetrit
Ugkts 1st, . 101); U. S. Blaeute LWkt
t, too; n. u... 10-tv e-s.
kWBV'K, Htf; V. & S. ConvsrtiUs, ,
136; Ussoafc HaJU Ass's, Vs. O UW, 17;
Was. Market On.. 1st XoK., fa, 110;
Wssk. Market Co., Imp., ', lut; larM A
Ssskosnl Co.. ss, C mt, ; Wash. U.
Infantry, 1st, , MMM. S; Wash. U. In
fantry, M. T, W04, W; Wash. 6a Ugkt
Ca,tsrTA,a7.l!6;Wask. (iasUicatCo.,
Ser. S, ', 117; Hygienic Ies Ootapar,Ut
Mure, ss, -, imsrksa Security and
Trust, !l.
r-'YJttif nan naoclMt nana of Wuh
ngtos, s Sank of aspaksk.aWt Msssa
nSuua, Sfio; Central, 9W; Isariiail, attk
parmam ug Mseaanks. ltsk Gssfasas',
19: Coin tsS. 1W: Capital. 119: West
Bad, Ml ; Traders', IX; lincoln. US.
yi.i fiiThs .. WssataSjIon sad
asontstowa, 3&U; Mstropnlstsa, ISO; Cs
IsunbbL. TO, Capitol and Sort U assent,
&; KoVtagtosi sad jinHtsrs Hrsaa. ;
ttaorgetown sad Tenaallytowa, Mi arigts
WViW. .
1 nsnrsafs atoeks ytessasn's. i$. haak
ttn, 60; MstnwtHUs. TO; vifif"Tfif Uutna,
-tWi aritoatga."lt, Coreoraa. 5; Qnlnni-
ua, it; Bsrssan-smsrirss im: fornmns.
Sfc Bncas. 8, PaooW's 51, Llacatn. Si,
TttW Tpsursncs 1st or k 1 slssl JHstsss
Tklk,l-a,CoUwkiTtt,ii WMsaagtos
Tills. .
ttas sad Kfsr'irlr tlckt Utorkt Tsshmf
to lias, -sSs; Usorgetowj- tiss, 30; O. a.
sUsetrssLsgat, 1CS.
Tsk-paons Wocss i'snnsyivauta, as,
rhssapssks sad tutosssjc. Tl; 4niftfniss
6rspSj0ikons tss
"iyt tlsi'nri'i iHorlts Wsantngton Mar
Kat Co., Uit; Wssalnatoa dek Maekuis
Co , iS.r, Ursat Falls les Co., , JM)
Kun FiiuuriUiii Co., ; Xstiossl S De
posit, J25, Wsstdngtoa aass DsihjsU, Vii,
WtubluKton Loan and Trust Co., -U, Vs
tioniJ Typujuapnlc, 17, Mergsnthnler, 7,
Pnewmatlc Gun Carriage. I, AoieHcss
Securttj bd Trust Co , Wi. Llacolo UU1.
Uclcuk l.e Cv-. It.l.c. Uias
HuiiJ.ut; Co .
RE SEIZED Hi; WIG.
JISw a right I CAna-rr tlerer tlo
Wnr xrm SnrtiSenty IrttwrrMfffeil,
Trie Woodless and brultelew fl figM
between rongressmari Wilton of Wash
Ington And Beckwltn of Iew Jersey
h started allow of reminiseTrcs of
other ludicrous spats on trie flor of the
Hone. One of ttre best stories Is told
by Colonel Itinton, wko whs a news
paper crn respondent "here before fhe
war. Pome phAse of the slAtery qires
tlnn wsi up In the Howse. Owenljote
joy of Illinois had been talklne, sod,
as usual, he had aggrnvnted the South
erner. Barksdale of llsltlpfi re
plld. Hot wnrds paeseri. Tnw ws
not tbe BArksdale of recent service In
the House, but Oenernl Bsrksdate, who
was killed during the war. As the In
WrrhAs-re of Invective grew more ami
more personal It seemed that An en
counter was unavoidable.
Hoter A. Pryor, then a young Crm
GremrrtAn from Virginia, raised the ltd
of his desk and slipped out a pistol.
Several others got ready. Just as the
crisis was At hAnd a giant of a man from
Wrwonsln named Potter suddenly
reAched over from the BepriblrCAn side
of the House and made a grab for
Barks-dale. The MleelsslppiAn hail long
lislr, which he AlwAys wore carefully
brushed. To tbe Astonishment of the
whole Hi'iise the luxuriant liAlr proved
to be a wig. It CAtne off, of course.
Potter stood there dumfoumleil, hold
ing the magnificent covering aloft and
looking first at the balr and then at the
bald beAd beneath. The House held
Its breath for a moment and then roar
after roar of laughter drownod out all
feellnsrof resentment. Pryor raised
the lid of his desk, nut back his pistol
and lsughed. Lovejoy sat down con
vulsed. Potter awkwardly restored the
wig and then both be and Barksdale
smiled. There was no more thought of
fighting over slavcrv that day.
DcserTO to He ItonMeit.
from Ikt St. IsnAt fHl-Mnmleh.
Death by electricity may be a revolt
ing method of execution, but It Is not
too revolting for tho scoundrels who
are wrecking Now York Central trains.
ir YVntlilnBton Wore Alive,
Fnm thi CotirltrJmrnal.
George Washington woro a No. 11
boot, and he would have been greatly
tempted to ute It If he had llvod to seo
the present Congress.
I
Bkb.
rt.ATT-On Sunday. Seplemter 31, 1W1, at
9 o'clock p. m., Carlisle Pattenmn, aeetl '
Ttors, only win of Lieutenant Holwrt 1'latt,
V. 8. N.. and II. K. Plait.
lA'Kcn-On Sunday, September 31. ISPO, at
SflO a m-. John, Ixslnve.! on of Jeremiah
and Sarah Lynet), tRti 3 years, 4 months ami
J0day.
funeral from his parents' residence. 171.1
Thirty lourtti street norlhwent, at I n'olook
Monday, September W. ItelatlTss anlfrlend
restfctlully invited.
SIlKPIl KHI)-On September 30. 1A0O, at S:M
a. in., at hi parents' residence, 1 19 (ieorirl
avenue oiithtat, W. J. Shepbenl, Jr.,el
flyesrs.
Funeral Monday, 51 Inatant, nt 940 p. m.
from til 1 rent a realdrnce. Krtends and
family reirectfully Intltwl to attend.
noiuMS'-M Vert Wlmlaor Onllete.
Maryland. Friday. Serilemer 19, 1SK), (ler
trtide. datmliter of the late tlenrj and Annie
Donglis, tell alep In Jettw.
HKENAN-Od the eronlns of September
IS, lew, oeph Franelfl, Infant ann of John
A. and Tsresa llssnan, sswl I year and 2
months.
MILLRK-Densrte.1 thl llleonTharxtay,
Feptembsr 18, 1S60. (IwrlM L.. Iwlovwl hu
Imnd of Alice I. Miller, of heart failure. In
the BSth year of hi age.
Hl'lICIAT, NDTIOT.S.
SlOO PAID POR F.MLUK8
EUKKKA BiriLATORY
Hemores obleotlonablo hair
In flvo minute without In
Itirv or mark to the moet
'delicate skin.
WAItHANTED.
ntlCE $t I'BH BOTTLK.
Kree Trial at (M.
EUKEKA MEDirATED COMPLEXION SOAP
For the bklu and iiealp.
FRICE. 35 CENTS PER CAKE.
THE EUREKA COMPLEXION BLEACH.
A Harmless and Sure Care for All Skis
UUratabee.
Jt l'EU BOTTLE.
NEW "VOItK TOILET CO.,
Pa. ave. aad 13th at..
Washlagtoa, O. C.
rIlOCHDALK CO OPERATIVE SO
S3S7 elety. Members of tbl toolety In pos
aeMtou of (be trade card to APL1L, 1SS1. ami
lntereateo In the matter of coal and wood
hould call on tbe uudertlgaet before OCTO
UElt T for Information, etc.: A T. Lonely, MM
A at n e. Abt'I Dei S bmllb Tfaomiwon. 1
Fit n w, if asd P. Dlv. War Uept.j L. Van
derboef. SSI French at, Dn. Hat.; K C. Faw
tett. set Maw ave B e. Fourth And. off ; J. K.
McCabe.3Sd at n e. P.O. Dot.; II. W.SmltB.
71S II at s w, Q. M. O.'a off.; L, F. Hant. MM
8 at n w, Mxth And. off.; U K. Grid ley, TOS
L at n w, Keg's off , Treaa.i Jobs Mwrioo,
415 Rata w.l'in.lun off , Dr. Joaepb Joay,
WIS Pa ave n w, Surtr. Gen. 'a off.; Ed want
fetitoa.att II at n e.Gov. Prn's off.; J W.
Uar.Ua. 606 II t n w. Cah Kooa.Treiw. By
order of the coaunitte.J. W. HARStlA.See
rtlary. s?1!"
KJ5TWASHINOTON SAFE DEPOSIT OO.,
s3 MS aad SIS Pennsylvania avenue.
STORAGE DEPARTMENT.
Hooau Sr aad bandar proof, aad all above
around, psrlteulaHy adapted fur Uae abxaae
or raralwue, iSetnrss. . aaHtsa
KJTKMPORARy OKFICB OF THE
WASUINOTOM LOAN AJ TElIayr
COMPANY.
Vm F aireet a. w.
CAPITAL I IfiCOJXX.
TWs eoaapaay lasnes esHlSealae of depaaK
AAwimir tBiarar &a follow: On all aaaoaaia
dvuMlted for Bbsety day or wore, but las
than six months. S per ceatt. per asua:U
per east, on depiilta for bum than six
mostaa, but lesa than a yearaadi percent,
oa depoidta of one year or losffsr.
teeared UaveaUaetU for sals.
MoAsy loaaad ,
W. M. XOBlSOK, See. B. B. WAItNBK. Pie.
QIKBCTOIafi:
jobs T. Anns. GeorseF. Sessier,
Laarlssh. Bailey, Juta A. kUmUtua.
Jaaass L. Barbour, Ttauaaa insasrvtlis.
eaorasB.Banol. Jobni. ftwopa.
Bonus S. CaiasaUu, jTSTiwantU,
i.l. Darluutua, Hatasaaljw W. Talboit,
John Joy Edaue, GaarTiseiiUll.
( barle J. Faulkner. M. E. Saraer.
Albert F. Fuz. A. A. WUSOB.
O. C. (irven. L&Wbss.
A. & Wostffiasos
3trilit KEUBVED. DK. WIUTE.
ssr7 vaiuopoouw,
Mis Psniis. ave.. oppwsas WUlafct Uute,'
Tuouaaads f rusa far aid near visit Ds. WbiU'
eaUbllabSBsat fur reBef froas aadavoktance
of corsiTbusJoas. irlmsisii aaU sad all
other foot livable. Boars. ta. ss- toSfc av
putt lag the fast ituudorosr. Eubllahsd.
(sVbbbb)9IsbbbEseV (0 JsbbbWHT lskals SbAsUsT
SFA.AV.K.W
"n sstnv
istaavsb usaasv sM Xaasjiajs as, s.
it aw.
FKAXkUK INsiUKAXCtl CU.
or WAummmon. a. c.
CAPITAL AaU SVMPLIM.
Ua
never lustsMsa s was of
lusteatsd s Vss by ias. sat iwj
tsKssst aoid itbsral sdjwatsnsiiis. Ur
. Clarke, presjt: ChjesJ Lew "".
isaee
D&nlul
vU'e nrev't CBarlea fLmaSOwJUaiii.: I. Feu
wies Youas, ae.'y, TOT. BWler. a.. t
sse'r tuJMui
StHoLtlUSk! 1 tTUSai T AIM SMI
Tir. McCnfferty U tas only bat and
boaset-traui maniifsfltaret la ias city c 1
sad aee bet new -w "- Blwanhlii- -
prejaalss
huaualyu
altoruJ :
Orders fca
aLtcucC
X&25lx
life trM
WW
FOR A GOOD SHOE
Mi MT
Wilson & Carr's
For an Easy Shoe
OOTO
WILSON & CARR'S.
We csfrytus issst limvt Patent
Leathfjr Sfeejes fev iwhsjs iswt Oeu
tlemsa at t a r
Wilson & Carr's
l'nlilonnlilc M100 Men.
Ko. oso r s-rnr,irr .v. tv.,
Washtaajtew, D. C.
BALTIMORE STORB,
I nml (1 YinsT ll.ll.TI.MOItll si ittiirr.
WANTni-.Hi!r.r.
VATI-WHlfR (JIMt, OR WOMAN,
v Oerman preferred, tn do ireneTitlhmive
work; no wahtn; or Ironist: mnt stay at
night; atesdy trnrk. Apply 1 Ktn w.
WANTED - RESPECTABLE ItJLOHBt)
rlrl for general work In small family;
nntt May nlghta a-d live ret etence. Alao
white or rolored woman fur nnrse; wllllna; to
leave city. Apply 9W A t a e. HSt
rANTED-A BOY ABOUT SIXTEEN
TT ysara: mut be able toarootn apoiy
and make hfmaelf niefnl nroand the bottae.
Apply with referenr e sort I t n w 3i.U
rANTED-IN SMALL PRIVATE FAM-
l lly. a flrst-claM cook andlanndren; also
chambermaid ami wsltrew; nmst stay at
night. Apply IT87 Do slet. .st
WANTID-A OIIIL IS YBAH8 OLD AS
tiuMc atd to make herelf irenerally
UteTnl. 40B A at e. It
rANTFn-WIllTEOlimnBHMANPIlK-
I terrtd. to do cooking nnd general hon-
work In mall family; references reqalreit.
Apply at 11' ISth at n w "K
WANTBD-A RKLIAIILB, nALFOnoWN
Rlrl or woman tor houtework; gmal
borne. Apply 3QTI nth at s w. ao-tt
WANTKD-A OOOI) HtttL FOR OBN
cral homework, tohWih and Ironing;
beat of refereneoa; no others used apply, iw
3d at n w. 30-tt
AV
ANTED-F1I1STCLAS8 SLEEVE Hand.
TSO 11th at n w. J,St
rANTED-IM)YlEItMANPHEFBItHED;
Y age about 15, Call 14 E stnw.New
Natloral Theatre bar. 30 St
-IVANTBD-OOOD WOMAN FOR OKN
V ersl honrework; mnat tie a good oook
and lanndia; neat and trustworthy; amall
famllv; beat referenced required; mutt tay
at night fall at 1115 1 9th at n w. last
r ANTED A WOMAN TO COOK, WASH
I and Iron In 'amU family: mutt oonw
nlghly recommended, Csllaf.erSa matKM
French at t w. 19,St
rANTKD-A OIRL TO DO OENERAI.
hout work; 1 1n family; referenoea. chII
at 3130 Lit. last
ITEH AMIhLTO HO HOUdE A"ORK
for amall fnmllvt mut be affnnl nook
and atny attilrht. Apply with reference at
IMS SShl at n w. 1 It
VANTED-A BUY V(iR HOUSEWORK
an! erranda. Apply at 1S3S O at n w
with reference. last
VTANTBD-AN At COMPLtSHEI) WAIT-
1 re; colore.! girl Call bet S and Sam,
S and 8 p m at IW 19th at nw. lt
w
i vrvTiu-imvrivri trnirfiCireKnitB
rail at lSUSthai n w. 19-at
YUANTKU-A COLORED (IIRL FOROBN-
V eral bouaework; atsy nlghta; brlns refer-
encea. 510 18th Unw. lSt
w
ANTED-A GERMAN (JIRL FOR LtOlIT
homework: reference reaulred. Apply
at hi; Tihatn w lf.1t
W ANTED-A NEAT COLORED OY TO
wait In a private family. Call Ml U at n
w bet . and b p m. 19Jlt
17ANTBD-TWO COPPER PIATE EN-
gravers; one expert In lettering ami
tipple or aand tinting a ahown oa Coaat
and Geodetle furrey chart; salary si.nn
per annum; and one with lea experience;
salary SHOO rer annum. Alto expert en
graver of topography ami atlpple or aaad
tlntmir- to contract for v.ork to be iloueat
their home. Further Informalloo will be
furnUhed on application. T. C. MBNDBN
1IAI.L, SupeilnttsdentU. 8. Coaat aad Oeo
rietle .Survey. iwlT.eodW.
llfANTED-REUABLE WOMAN POR OEM
) V eral booaework in amall family; 'go home
night; reference required. Call at 450 o at
nw. le.lt
w
fANTSB A COLORED WOMAN TO
I cook; must come recominiBded. 30S F
itnw. M
Wl
ANTED-A HBSPBCTALLE GIRL FOR
tilaln rooking and general boatework;
mutt atayjat night. Apply atSCS Sthat n w.
IVi
ANTHD-AN EXPBRIENCRU COOK:
alto to waabaad Iroaln wlrite famllv.
Call, with reference, less K at n w. lM.
1VANTKI1 SITUATIONS.
"W
TANIED-BY A HBSPECTABLE I.DY,
Addrwn ate R at n w: term moderate, ii.il
AArASTBi-A SITUATION XS NURSE OB
chambermaid for an honeat and polite
youns colored women. Address present em-
ptoyer at 504 K at a w. .St
w
rANTED-BY BEsFBCTAB'.E WHITE
I vtocnan. a nlace a maid aad eomtMaijn:
beet of rtfereorea ddre7St Sd at u w.
w
7ANTBI1-BY A YOCXU COLORED
i kijui. a bltnalion to do nlalacooknK
aad housework In amall family or a cham
U-rgaid Call or asdtea VtH K at n w 3-St
Vi
rAXTBD-BY KBSPEmBUtCOLOKBD
i atari, a kltnallon aa chamheraaald in a
K
vate famllv: beat of reference Addrea.
ISSdU SMt
T ANTED- BY KBaFsVTABLB l OLOBED
it airt a Dlace In a nrirate family to. -.uk.
waek. iroa aad d) ietteral lvwMtwotk or
aembermaKI and waltre
Call lHall
sua at. bet Sth aad 7th n w
ta.it
AY
riiiTiB-poejrnoK as asbUstakt
t hookkaeiwror a clerk balaworaeal ear
taie omiw: neat oi reierences- aaareea 4
, Bsivedats Hotel. St
AA7ATxUt-BYA Y'U NO lXLOtBD MAN.
II plaee to drive and a porter In a gro
cery atore: will msas bJatotlf seaeraur oae
lui. umal reference. Call SMI 1 at a w. 13.W
AV
T AMTBD-BY KEShaVTABLEOOLOBBD
r wublu. a situation aa rhamh,"1- or
Look la small family, to uy at u'uuU Call
or addreat SSS F at a w. tS.il
tyAMTED-8ITl'ATtOB ASF1BSHAN AT
i eaBboUer: can ivs sudd refsteacee.
fall St Fenton at n e M.t
AY
7ABTEI BY LADY OF BXPfUUBNCB,
I a buauloa a uaelal comtianiua. houae
keeper ur goveraeaa to foaajr cblldaea: su
objaotion to country Address Ht J . Elk
raise. Bowar4 County Hd
ArAkTBDBY BaSPBC-TABLB tJOLlBJK
gxrl. a attaatum aa cook, chamhsrmsfcf,
dtnlac mom ski or uure. Call or addrsts
MUSIb at a w. UM
AY
VABTBD SlTUATlUSi AS FaJaTSS IV
i atore. take care of horses or coaensaau
tor private tastily Address StSSVs svs n w.
UAlil-iLA.CS AS CBAklBsWStSiD
1 1 US S Sret-claa tauuiy. not a vaiUSM,
sefsatscs from lat nlai.
Addrssa WW B at
IV
last
WACJ-Y S BKSFSCTABUt WSJITSJ
V (tils, altostlom. t a L-hassberaald. ths
utasf ss wiuv la s private family, wits
tefereoee. Call or addtea UM 11th tiv
-rAe1SyBaV-BY A WBtTB WOAtAK. A
attasUos aa sood plain took ts s sautU
sristoorsuii fs silly: av jsu&lus asd troalas;
a Uk city retairaacss- CaSat tlS) md at n w.
WTKU WbSVaU.l,ASImS'S.
K WW PKSIBAsXg UQasMB. WITS
atesss Basisr. aood steaator service aad ant
ilas mrdlowSIp tu tac VMT WUJktisW.
ur rest at lo raiea w nest class tawartu
Apply W VTUJHHi BlTCalliU. SIS Fuxt
Kuildms. ur r4at stSCU suporm
V-OMlSAOK(t US' UKlCUSi.
1 S U.'sUX. 11 K uF DBEOS FOB All
. felatea and Territories. H Li. .. OOP
i Ctty 811.
rOK KKJfT -KOOH1.
li'i T HRXT TWO UNn'RIISHEDHnom)
T tn a! floryr for 1IM hoo 'ckeplssrwrent
wiwimMf. AoMrpM or call We. FJ5JJ
I?OR ERT-rlAliTrrwBt.T rTfltrrWtErJ
I' mow; mte or an aivlts; fa ndtsss fJ
flj: ntc home for ffentrel peopWv Iffwrttoi
ftrt plans lWl I ft. oppwffs AtfrnstrtB
ijoteL ss-fs
t,r BRIIT-IN1W Lt.PTtIVATFAttLt.
I1 with home f nmfnrt. a very nicely fat
rl'tirdW story rtvnf. shwvs fwnjs; baywtn
rtow;bath on mrnej floor; brarfn If iteiftwlj
lorstios. nth t aih( Pa avsse:Mtofw
room. wltfMmt bnarA. IS.
Aonmn Anflj. jv m
innomcw.
Silt
V
TO RB3T-I8W K fcT S W. HATOSOMBfcT
fnml.turf anfte M atnrv tortflM fff lte
lo Itt aiorr: farnlalww or nnfarnlatist DJi
trOR BBlfT-SM STH ST J W, rMTAtt
V family, nlreiy fBrnlohsd large M and M
story mom; one sqnare from Patent and
Petifion pfBcss. . st
TTOR REHT-FPRSIStTET) ROtlJM SH
il cenmn srnt PaToo Omcss; With, of
without brard. Sltwstnw. J
t?OR REHT-DEMRAB1.R RO )JSS AT Stf
13th at. known as the Howgate .Hsnstnn.
TrOB RENT-1SS? R ST N W-STt TWtT
X sonth front ftiMlahed roomv, tnais Of
en sM ejwl t h hoard: private family. ft
TTOR RRNT-S FURTHSHBD HOOH,S OS
.1; each floor: or en nlte; lo 3 ball rwjmy.
W1 Wh t n w Sslt
FR RENT- M T N W-3 NtQlt
fnralahed cvmmnnmatltsr louuss ssj. SH
floor nnd mnm M floor: new
w traow; mutlern convwifsiwest
IWftM ft it-
F
OR RBNT-WrTH BOARD-S LAIWK at
1 hall mom: nil rommnnlpatltun Sn lomrt
sonthern exrwost; aho i sa joxw mmtroom;
dining-room on lat flour: rsftimneua, 1HS l
t n w. SMt
F
OR RBNT-1ST AND SO FLOORS OF
room: flnelr fntnlbed for mmankenn.
Ing; coal provMen for mmt; SSS to MSlt;
rsferwicw 980 Wh at n w. Hit
JPOR RENT-FIRNI8HEI) OR UNFtTR
! nlhd-lJ 11th t n w. imt Wood
mont: conld accommodate 1 or mors gsntls
men In single or rommnnloatlnc rooms; heat.
light, bath and attendance. l.t
170 R KENT
J.' FURNtSHBO ROOMS
19.tr
At 9S5 It tt n w.
F
fir-
OR RENT-HANDSOMELY FURNISIIBH
rooms; H.nthera exposnra; private fara
ly. AddwwfBUlat t.
19.1t
OH RBNT-JUST FURNtSltRD, WITH
nae of elerator: atenm heiits mmkln
ttih
itibex and bath: choice aonth front ruorn.
new nat. .1. ntti t: gentiemso oaiy; im
ttedlntc poaaeolon: 815. lfl.lt
TTOH RENT-3I) STORY FPONT ROOM,
.1 with alcove: fnrnlahed:larg enough for
2rwon; alao 1d atory front room, with
ball room attached; fnrnlabcd, 4t u at n w.
I?OH RENT-AN KLEOANT FURNIgHRD
) front room on 3d floor; eastern ami
son! hern expoanre: convenient to cars and
herdlca; boanllf dealreil. SlS'thatne. H.t
T70H IIENT-LAHOK FRONT ROOM. I1BAU
J' tlfnlly furnlhd: reanable rntw to
loir gentl etten or ladles; aleo mite of room,
nnfnrnlthcd, second floor; other room, fnr
rlhf il or unfurnished: 1oanl. MB M at n w.
1?0H 1IBNT-S HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
I. rooms, 3t floor: two nnfiirnished par
lors: liells, sicnklng tubes; nlao two fur
nished rooms. 3d floor, !10 each: 1 squares
from Mate. War and Navy Department. SON
Fstn w. lilt
7?0R HENT-SUITK OF S UNFURNISHED
J rooms; alto one large room; snltable for
two young men: references required; no
liousekeeplrg 1811 F it n W; last
F
70H IIKNT - 1 FRONT UNFURNISHED
.' alcove room. 13l 11th .tnw
lS.lt
T70R KiNT I EIEOANT ROOM, FUR
i. nlshrnl ai.d nnfurntabed, with and with
out board; gentlemen preferred; MB Pa
ave la-it
FOR RRNT-3.r 3 UNFURNISHED HOOHU
37 Tlh st a e: near csr line IMt
TJ'OR RBNT-3 UNlURNIrttlBD COMMUNt
L eating rooms, 3d floor; bath on same;
bay windows: board near, or will, permit
v, ry light housekeeping . reference; to
silnlts; between car and herdio line. 1IW
Corcoran at. IS It
FPU HUNT IIQtlSIW.
Tf OK KENT-UNFURNHJHBD-
1411 Maui ave, IT rs aad ttabls f 00
Hit K at s w. IS rs sea 00
llthat ex 15ra 1S& ()
lsaxMatnw, JSr 189 00
ism 11 u n w, it rs 115 o)
177 O at a w. it rs 100 00
iei4ttaw,iirs twoo
aw B at a w. 15 r
14.10 N at n w. IS re WOO
l04MoHghtoatt,9r 59 CO
smilthttaw 41 ST
1S4I It at n w, 9 r MOO
laaisntitnw.sr
IMS PtercePlsee.gr WOO
3 Lafayetle Siuare, 15 r
laPSVatnw.TW 35 00
lM7thatn w. strand dw 00
WtSdatBW.Tre SI 00
Tbe above bouts eaa be examined by per
mit from our onto only.
THOMAS J. FISHER A CO.,
tSStFat.n. w.
FK KENT TWO BRAND NEW 8IX
room frame bosses, high aad dry loca
tion; sear sbarebea snd public aeewol Is
Untoctovs. loqalra of A. llEUREND, tM U
at a w
FOU HALEHO US HH.
T70UCED SALE OF HEAL ESTATE.
i' DO YOU WANT A SNAP?
That fins old homestead. 3SSI Q at a w,
eomprhdng nearly S0.UO feet of ground aad
amoas tbe most delightful eievaOeaa la
fleorsetovtn, will be told at a taarlaos If
taken toon. Term can be made tavlsfao
tory; bat tbe property mutt be told at oase.
Key at Mr. C H. Ptckliog'a ossee. Illtib st.
Georgetown. Write to
L. O JOHNSON.
au3.tf Rlchafdvtlts. Va.
FK SALE-IN ALEXANDRIA. S ROOM
frame hoaae. last inUblna; aydr&atla
yard; tot IStllV aaae hoaae: price, teOU. Ap
ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Roots No. 3, ft
iftthtt.
F
OK SALE THREE OF THE OBE.PBST
hoaae la WaaUairtoa. JOS. MS aad IN
Utaatne; two-ttory ana nateaaeat, arowa
atone trimming; T rooms aad bath: eleetria
bell aad gat; price, UJ& each. S5M saaa
balance to aslt or trade for anod uas.
I'lllt SALE ANU KltNT.
1 sal estate bulletin. "
A -sr
THOMAS E. W ALU AM AN. 1ST F stseat.
Caaasss mass Wedssadavs aad Snlnidays.
S-STOMY BRICK AND F8AMS SKKWBS FOB
SALE.
SlsOataw. bb.Tr.... SSASS
40kandS9SlltkataW.bS.ml. 9rs.... JN
507 and &W Ya sve aad sSlstatt asd 3
unimproved U4s. a e 4,5ut
3Mto3S31Stk st sad Ky ass. haatSC
sve aad Bat a a .'. 4JM
SSS What ae. bh-S r
SMssdaMS Cauitol at a w, f h.Sr.... S.SS9
SIS nth at e, b bTs s SLSsa
1SSS to lSSl Hd ave s w, bs-r 3.S0O
4ml tw.b.5r UH
sa nth at s e, f a. s r Mfs)
Alley bat ssa asd rt. Saw istit,
bb. r
SSS KBb at e. f a. 5 rs.
SStOatsW. f h. 5
Bam S Can at. b a. 5 r.
ssr7Ts.Tr Li
414KM ae.ih.5e l.lkW
Alley tiaaASSJa.KssstlstssW.
4 r S1
4tSLat.cbh.3rs tM
BsataStl stsw. fs.4 rs
sWUMttWBfs FSiOiNnsrfY BOSt SALE.
tia,bs4KCassadlst atsaw sad3b,
h oa rssr ocTot: lor alT .m
YssvssadastaatBW iTOO
A.betlSthsadlStbaUte 1 Utt
tSthat. betB tspandAaU.e i-l?
Fait tot , x at. ss sadtTtsstssw.staa
,ftBiaM!;::
t&JMTtt::rr.::
"ia nmt jajtsMr.
sasssssssaas' vssmB F " .
WW 'All t u W. 7 IS TOW
1151 31st at SV.SS &
tea; laats w. T is . Mm
Ki U at s w. ts WSJ
last Vt svs s w. rs 5
kM4St rfsw.irs 3S5S
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516 SEVENTH STREET KOKrilWKST.
Energizer Momentiini Engine
THE RESULT OF USING THE EHER6IZER
WITH ELECTRICITY.
Electricity and the Energizer.
HICHTBR BLBCTRIC LItillT CO.,
Cjtsnce, N. J.
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1UCIITER ELECT IUO LIGHT CO.,
(Signed) CIIAS. HIClITElt, Managsr.
The Great Momentum Wheels oi the Large
Energizer on test move with exactly the pres
sure given by the new formula. Engineers wh
have seen this new way ol using Motive Power
approve the system as a revolution in machinery.
For a'! infoitnatlon apply to tlic
American Energizer Manufacturing Co.,
L.I 7VUTED,
WORKS. BENNING'S, D. C.
Office, 1416 F Street Northwest.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS.
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