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THE DAILY OIUTIC, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 0, 1800. KNOWN TO FAME MEN WHOSB FOOTPRINTS ARE ON THK SANDS OF TIME. GLIMS Of MIR PtftSOMUms. Dfefl BtfttMft UtUr Ignndte of tk Vatee of Mom, A GREAT ENGLISHMAN ON EDUCATION, Shy's Famms ftelmlInteratiag De tails GemtrslDg NapttMn bj Ills Valet"-BfeanVs Oas AniM- tin Epitaphs fr the, Ex GhaawlreT. Those who were personally Intimate with the lale Dion Brmclemitt anil knew something nbmit his personal expendi tures assert that he was perhaps one of the most extravagant men who ever lived, lie bad no regard whatever for money and always lived up to his In come, even when his Income had reached the marvelous figure of $5,030 a week. A story Is told by the New York Workl of his going into a champagne house and asking for a certain brand of champagne. Ho was told that tho brand In question was not Imported for the American market and that If ho wanted any It would have to be brought over especially for him, and that they could not brine over loss than 100 cases. Tho 100 cases of wlno would cost something like $3,000. Hut this calculation did not deter Sir. Bouclcault In the least. He ordered tho wlno, and four or five weeks subsequently, tho 100 cases aggre gating 1,200 bottles, were dollveted at his apartments, which wero then In Fifteenth street, near Fifth avenue. No one ever know him to haggle over a prlco or oven to nik what the price of an article would bo When ho left tho order for it with the storekeeper. When he was living In New York hero It was his habit to go to a manufacturer of flno furnlturo and order tho most expensive articles and never know whit they would cost him until the bill camo In. This sort of reckless expenditure began with his success ns a playwright with "London Assuranco" and continued until four or five years ago, when his receipts fell oil so considerably as to make the continuance of It impossible. As a young man In London ho U said to have been one of the most gorgcusly drcitcd dandles of his time. Neither at school nor at oollcgo, siyt Fritlirlc Ilattlson In the October "V( Mini," was I iver put through tho mil). I read the elastics with delight, so s to mjoy them for tburnselvet, without ivir gilndlngthcm up Into verbal exeiclsis. In history, 1 believe I had the very best of teaching; for which I am ever grateful. And In philosophy, we were taught to use our own common sense, and not to repeat tags of windy systems, I managed to satisfy my tutors: but they taught me to read for my mind's sake and not for the sako of "the schools." I always felt complcto Imllfforonco to prize winning In all its forms, and I was happy enough not to ho pressed Into that silly waste of tlmo by parents, tutors or friends. I read what I en joyed, and I enjoyed what I road. I Lave now an experience of some forty years as student, teacher and examiner; and it forces on mo a profound con vlction that our modern education is hardening into a narrow and debasing mill. Education Is overdriven, over systematized, monotonous, mechanical. At school and at college lads and girls arc being drilled like German recruits forced Into a regulation style of learn ing, of thinking, and even of writing. They all think tho same thine, and it is artificial In all. The round of end less examination reduces education to a professional "cram," where tho repeti tion of given formula passes for knowl edge, and where tho accurate memory of some teacher's "tips" takes the pluce of thought. Education ought to be the art of using the mind and of arrang ing knowledge. It Is becoming the art of swallowing pellets of special Infor mation. The professor mashes up a kind of mental "pemmlcan." which he rams Into the learner's gullet. When the pupil vomits up these pellets It is called "passing bis examination with honors," Teachers and pup Is cease to think, to learn, to enjoy, to 'eel. They become cogs in a huge, r lvine mill wheel, which never ceases u grind, ami yet never erleds out anytl tag but the dust of chaff, In thirty years the academic mill, wbleb runs bow at htgb Eressure like a Cuaarder racing home, as never turned out one sias-le fresh wlul or cm fertile Idea. From tbU curse ff uuJern pedantry my com I anions ami I were happily saved. A gtallcHua passed through the eJy Hucdsy on bis way to Bxeelskx Epilogs, says tbe Kansas City Tfrnn, whose name tbr or four years ago was one of the moat popular in It dally press of that day. It was John T. Bby cf Dewing. K M., whose deed of btrcUoi in saying Us wife ami family from massacre by a bend of savage Apaches after a running: light of several miles' ill ever wake lite name a eo Mtclous one is the history of the Watt. The story is as follows Mr Bby bail settled on a raaeh in Is ew Mexico with bis wife awl young son, their place being seventeen, miles from any settlement The ranch was attacked by a roving band of citghlsasi Apaches who sought to drive off the stock. Mr Shy, who was weU-arawd, and bad plenty of anuHunttkw, plneed Lis wife and child in a place of safety within the bouse and then opened 1m, which was returned. The fight was waged for some time, till one ol the Indians succeeded in crawling; up and nuing are to uw Mouse, rnia sitated flight; so, sending Mm. Shy forward under cover of the amofca d the burning building, the busts nil and i titter, carrying hie young son under Lis arm , wide a dash fur the cover of ih me ibith brush which was growing star by An Indian's bullet went through the hiid's nip and baked in the father's 1 ,.a , but the fight went on, Mjr. tsttY i.iu fur ward some dintnJhoe. and thaw. (i rupping the child into the htsssfc, would j i t about and ire at the 1 writing put-- i r who would thus ha "tgltt to a .utoaiUl for a time, then another short i i.bt; ana another steal to gain time for Ui- ?by, who was teeing la the front. ai.J to the day u spent. The Indtans riciilv guve up Uib chase, which had . .i ihiiu no less than alx warriors, and i -Uiausicd fugitives managed to .. ... city of Denting with their lii. wound r.civxl by both J " at ) Sua Wire rapidly heiioJ and now, when the hostile are foterpr ev piled from or Wired out of that nelgh brtTbfiwfl (here to fro mm frrmtTsW f happy fMtflt In New MefctM th tnwt of vMwnrm Jorifi T. Shy. Napoleon, we are toW. was drewerl tvtry morning by trre valet In attend s. He vlM not don a single garment hitnteU. Eventually, however, ht was indwrtri to shave himself. It happened Ih this wrte: In 1908 the head tahH, Hamtarti, pleaded HI health M m ex erne for not accompanylne; hrs masterto nowtegne. "Who Is to share mT" asked Napoleon, for Hambnnt had retnlariy discharged this dnty. Ilambard snggeeteil Constant, who, foreseeing this emergency, hatl been diligently taking lessons on hnmWer chins, and had acquired proficiency. He had no essy task, for Napoleon, while undergoing the operation, would talk, read the newspapers and fidget In his rhair. sometimes sitting as stiff as a Maine and declining to bend his head an Inch. Great care was necessary to avoid cutting his face. Another pecullaritv was that he insisted on one side being lathered and shaved before the other was touched. When Constant srot free enough with him to venture on the step he urged on Napoleon the desirability of his learning to shave, as he himself might be ill or absent, ami Napoleon would not like to be operated on by a stranger. Napoleon was, with some difficulty, Induced to try tho experiment, but, of course, ho experimented only on him self, and did not, therefore, acquire professional proficiency. Very clumsy at first, he gradually became tolerably export. On one point, however, he was obstinate he persisted In moving the mor downward Instead of upward, and ticcaslomil cuts were tho consequence. While not lifting n finger to dress him self, Napoleon dispensed with assist ance In undressing, but he Hung his garments all over the room his watch sometimes missing the table or bed at which it was aimed and falling broken bn the floor. As to dress, says Temple Air, he de spised dandles, never wore rings, and abominated scents, except oau do cologne, with which ho was often rubbed, and which was his specific for bruises. Whon coattalls become shorter he stuck to the old fashion until Con stant got tho tailor to shorten them by imperceptible gradations. He disliked tightly-fitting clothes, found n new hat unccmforlablc though lined with silk and wadding and stuck to an old ono as long as possible. Ho put on cvory morning a clean white waistcoat, with knic breeches to match ho nevor woro trousers but as ho habitually wiped his pen on his breeches, after three or four washings they wero done with. Constant denies, however, tho com mon story of his keeping snufl loose In his waistcoat pockot; he always used a snuff-box, and though ho frequently took a pinch, he simply held It to his nose, and dropped all or nearly all on the lloor. His snuff Injured the carpet, not his waistcoat. Smoking ho never trltd hut once. An Oriental Eiubasaa dor had presented him with a chibouk It was filled and lit for him, but he merely opened and shut his lips Insiuad of drawing. When at last ho was in duced to draw, the smoke went down his throat and camo out at his nose. He felt queer for an hour, declaimed against tho habit as fit only for lazy people, and never touched a pipe again. w Prince lllemarck, says tho liil JSiitt GattUe, lately received at Klssingen a deputation from Hellbronn, on which occasion be stated that for many years he had not felt so well as at present Little by little he had been able to ac custom himself to his present quiet and easy manner of life. At first, be said, It hsd seemed strange on awakening la the morning to find nothing to do oilier than to wind up his watch. The Prince also added that he did not care what the newspapers wrote about him. Their accusatlona were but dust which he could brush off. Ho only valued the judgment which history would pro nouncu upon him, "I lmvu only one more ambition," said Prince Bismarck, "I should like a good opltaph." Taking BIsmarcK s remark: "I nave only one ambition left; I should like to hava a good epJUpb," as a text the London J'all JiiM Gaulle has Invited suggestions from its readers for the best epitaph on the great German statesman. The following are the best of those submitted to the Gattitc: Duild rae no brooie or marble; I will none. Of iron and blood we bulWed I aad tbou, l!j KaUr ibis strosg people. Tbou art I follow DOW A nan of Uood aad Iron, of the Wso.1 Of true, ttsel-stouBeii, Tenteefe toother- IkkmI, HUwarek (litanle ih the nwrk be made) Lks here, ubote pow'r o'r king attd kingdoms ivfajed, Hrre rU all that kWtufi TUmi. Not many of U measure etmU tht world have borne. I ww three wars; Uuee nations 1 allied; Three SitUs im4 in turn; three InfMN ttMO. l'r, people, Emperor, onee werabiped me, Nhtu I Mas Emperor, peeple, psass all three. I rose: I Ml: the thinl Hak of that chain hotter not add until I rite again. 'ow kuw I He, my shame and ftory e'er Some My I Med at leaet tfcsee tames bafur- Euope and Kings were my cheat hoad h'ow Iteaih has ealied "ehsek," and I can't move agate. An Iron Bar, maud by Thne and Tears. Here has the man who made ah Uniope Vmk Whoee weed eotsht Krojiti hMhaaner un- Twe Kaparers breekM, a third thsaw on hiaw) One King not even IsUaaarefc might gainaaj. A Journalist ie a man whs has failed in Bm vol a 2aw3Er Laid in theeeVof the Paths riiisil, lie who made hgaeat ssamg To be a oty tmms-piKm for him. '1 tus was the eetaeaiss U hhwd and Iron, With feat of Cttf. For the haaed 4k Vsaa. Gernaany fainas nnaar Ht$ troav The Cij has ham. Biamsictr. hs HMkHineeh'' hath lUsenhiauShii. HHfj UaW StfftMafMlt U nuide 4m mar.-ifr fmuh. -tmteii wasi-wMn'm ewt. tMfcVce C'coh this aJhwMBS araeeted John K. &il, wlalae anjji fhnjrsjejij hlv with Inrtrfsud eicnoutan Ut this Agri cukuial groumje. Pnlar JEestkiaa, a, eoktred woes, fu nlno taken bato luatoaW. Both ane kachad up at the 1 im rrmdnct ataaion. - If you faal wk and all worn out take BROWN'S IRON BITTERS OLD WORLD NEWS. A B3B62T 0F MCtfP FROM ACROSS Til OCIAN. KnelHH rjWnirlhMthtirn t FfimtMN Strflrt IffttRfttt lnnrett Hi lr iisith untwhr mtrtmc Itrmnrltl Dtlior .tern, Lwtojt, Oet. A. General Lord Wolseley, the newly afpofttted chfef of the Bfltrsh frrrtw In Ireltrtd, vWted Armagh yesterday, ami wiw shown abtmt the city by the ProteBHwt Arch bishop of the diocese. Among other rolnts of Interest Inspected was the Catholic Cathedral. The Catholic Arrh bishop betas; absent, his Protestant col leagw dW the hotrors here as elsewherp, and seemed to take great pleiwnre In dwclllne; wpon the beauties of the edifice and Introducing the clerfy In charge to his eminent guest. Notwithstanding Mr. Balfour's dec laration that what little Inconvenience may be canted In Ireland by the potato Wight can he remedied by govern mental action, the movement to raise a fund in England for the sufferers con tinues to attract supporters. Among the contributions to day was one of S,0O0 from Mr. lohn T. Brunner (Liberal), M. P. for Ncrthwlch. Mr. Parnell's health is far from satis factory, as might have been Inferred from his Inability to attend the recent Important Nationalist Convention at Dublin. Ills physicians forbid him from addressing public meetings, and the ut most that they will sanction in the way of political activity at present Is that lie may meet his colleagues privately In conference. A dispatch from Scotland says that Chief Secretary Balfour received with n smile tho news of the appointment of n commission In America to deal with the threatened famlno In Ireland, and that ho remarked- "Dillon and tho rest have ovordono tho thing this time. It Is not a famine fund that they wanted, but more money for the plan of cam paign. Tlpperary has cost them X30. MO nlrendy' A dispatch from Buenos Ayres says that tho leaders of tho recent Union City movement are determined to drive General Boca out of tho Cabinet, In which ho holds the place of Minister of tho Interior. There Is no charge that Boca has been dishonest in his olllclat conduct, hut, bclne brother In-law of tho lato President Col man and having taken bis sldo in the recont revolution, he Is unpopular with many of the people. In the Anglo-Italian negotiations now In pmercss England rofuses to concede Italy's rights to Kassnla on the grounds that Knssaln belonas to the Khedive and should be regarded as Egyptian territory. The Italians, on the other hand, claim that without KitMsIa they would hiivu no secure footing In that part of Africa. The ex King of Naples has cnntrlbu tul 100,000 francs to aid the develop mint of German enterprise In Central Africa. The British authorities have d folded to accept tho situation in Manlpur, whire the Bajah was recently over thrown by a revolution, and have rec ognised the brother of the former ruler as Bajah. The Sultan of Morocco has politely but positively declined a French pro tectorate. He says that his people, by a popular vote under his direction, have declared their opposition to any closer relations with foreign powers. The French Cabinet is considering a plan by which It Is hoped to come to terms with America on the tariff ques tion. The propoaltlon substantially Is one of mutual concession or reciprocity. Unless some terms are arrived at an at tempt will bo made to virtually exclude American producls from French mar kets. The Count at I'arU UepurtJ. Yesterday afternoon after returning from Mount Vernon the Count of Paris and his party Inspected the Navy-Yard and received quite a number of visitors. He left on the S o'clock boat for Fortress Monroe, and will proceed to Richmond, where several days will bo spent. The party will return to this city on Monday and will remain here for a few days. Preparations for an elaborate recaption to be tendered the Count on his return are now being made, and it is the in tention to make the affair a notable one. Mellln'f Food I u Holuable Preparation, coBtaisiBg proper proportions of those BitrogttBoua and pboepbatlc matter, which are m rMcutial to the healthy growth of a rhild. It U not a wedlelae. It I not in tended primarily to, iUm; It is the beat food for bealtby, and also feeble 1b fasts. Tlia Emergency and lf Van. Frm tht CAtcoee Trtftuu. Mark our words. If ever Cotose Elliott F. Bbep&rd is eleeted Mayor o' New York that deadly green fuaeu will have to go. Don't nawk, haHk, blow, apit, aadiUa gutt everybody nitb vonroffeoalv breath, but use Dr. tetge's Catarrh Kamedy and ml U. Fifty cents, by drugeial. Hied. FBAXK - On (h-tober 8. laid- MirT M Fiaak. wile o( Juliiu A. Prank la lb Sam year of bar ana. Pttnana nut take nlaaa Friday, Ot artJSn ., from lb tmUtmotel Qatobw M. t hw, Oaear T. fowair. 18tt linden atrnaj. LaDioH Park. Friaada requaalad to tWiwiil. KBiU-Oe WwliMilnr. Oetofeer . HW. at Hat B.m., after a abort ajd painful tonaas at 1th) late raahtenea. 7ST Hobta aicaat aonth ent, George Kail, U kwedbeehand at Hand atta Kail, aged SB year, horn In Lainata Gar- Bamwal from hi raaUasea. TSJ atreat loiilhaiwl, Prhtnr M o'ekwk d. m. MJtkrTLXY On Tneaday- Outoear T. Ada V. Bantkr, wife ol X J hentlef. aM it vanw. FhAKTIS.-At S o'clock. Oetocar S, lau. at Ua Ute wntdaBBa 1SH VnnnhMinalt avaaue, fiaoee Irani U. la taa 75th year of nla aa. FXAXK -Suddanlr. Albert C jrrank. mtba mtn year of hi ae- Fnneral Tfcuraaar at 4 o'clock from Lee' nailrHfc,iir stahhfref7t JtATiW -Venarted thtanfe Wedneadnv, Oe tobar 8, lew. aTTlft a. w . at isae Saraataesth Miawt nurtbwaat, ajad W yaw. Mr nalas, -lovvd bnahand oTtaura. naMn. alter a bog and painful UluaM, wbiuh he bore with Chris tlanlaiik rut uiusral from St -' fhinnb on ftmar xw-niat. uotoner W. nan. at s o'eloeK. BJfV.-lB YaUvlUa, Ark-QutoberT late, ykeddhT. wyy ehtU of - b. and Kitty b. Herrj . tormerly of Waantngton, B. C MIOWX -Panama tnw Ufa tteteiaera, mm, nr. LuoUid ! w- nevwn, ansa si yencs. Bumtn and S Auh. Teiimai "will tbs e pfarw ffnai j snaond BOT&LAii On Tueadav nbekt. Ootonar 7. hjWmstois babvednitaband mm. as w aouwa, anar a UJiums. at bi late tliUnuat, aoniavaat. ueorge uoncus or .,.! n.infl, ud 4 Punaml Friday m-matng at 9 o'clock from at Patart L-bnicb BaHk.A4.-Oo Ostober a, tettk t Waal fnd. Yairthx tomu. Va, , Buaao tbawaiil lun can. wll of UTUiam A. Oainoan. Interment at Ivy Bill Cemetery. HOifaUW-On Twiainaj. Bctohat ;. leaf, Mx. tut, vita of CharfaM aWCmsn. m nor Mb vear- JunaraT'taum Ota realdenre of bar fnt.hr. Hu4 Kuctb CbarUn ateset, hhltissore. aiKJUi On 'Mitotan h. tela, t nN a. ui , 1. 1 waiiil idtu of tba braiu. uc 1 Jobo bhtfaby 3S Fr huDtrui lr. o bis .att txmi leu. 4U, M--u o ikik L Oj TO RESCUE THE HTHEN. lMUttwwr lttymirh ot th vremnn FWMjrn ."UtMtnnntT SwetBtf. Tlw irtmrecntrt annual nwetifnj of tr Ratthmore branch of tlw Woman's Fotttgn Mrsrtonaty Society cotiwwed at 10 o'eroeh this mominy; t HainiTfre MMlYodtft Church, Ninth and P KfeeW rmr1hiest. The ofllTof rtwencrety arc PrrsMent, Mrs F. A. Crook ; cor rrsponding secretaty, Mt Isatsrire Hart. rwordfTig sectetary, Mrs. CTitito Mntfan, tTwWnrer, Mrs M. Hamilton. The Ralitmore bratch also Include those of thfa eltv, Haferstown, Cnm btrlamt, Wllmlniton, I)el.. anil the eastern sirorw of Maryland and Vlr finla. bont 250 delegates, wearine, the bine ribbon Insignia of the society, w re present. The mornlns: sfrm was opened with devntronal (xerclses, conducted by Mr. K it. Stevens, afteT which Ilev. Dr. Naylor, pastor of the church, delivered an addtCM of wekwnw. The business of the session was pro reeded with, and the usual committee on nominations, resolutions ami other f pcclal committees were appointed, fol lowed by the report of the district secretaries. A ncess until 2 p. m. was taken, and the delegates partook of a substantial luncheon In the Sunday school room, prepared under the direction of Mrs. Dr. Naylur. The afternoon "esslon was opened with devotlonsl exercises. Papers were read upon "The Peculiar ami Com rnamllns; Claims of the Work of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society nn the Women of the Church," bv Mrs. It. H. Uallec, "The Influence Thfs Work Has Had on Educating and De veloping the Women at Home," by Mrs. A. II. Eaton; "Value of Mission ary Literature. Including Heathen tlomin' Friend," with report of com mittee on missionary literature, by Mrs. J. K, Amos. The report of committee on mite boxes was read by Mrs. 0. 11. Ctcll and reports from the committee on publication and on contingent fund were also submitted. To nlrbt there will be a 7 80 o'clock session, at which the report of Miss Ilnrt, the corresponding sccretarv, will he read. Addresses will be delivered by ittv. Dr. lludlslll and othors. Two sessions will be held to-morrow, nt 0.80 a. m. and 2 p. ni., nt which a number of reports will be rend and offi cers elected. Special Train to Itlrhtnuml fur the liinatiGlpntlon L'elebrntlon. To accommodate those detlrlng to visit Illelunoml for the parade and fireworks on tlielOtb, the IVtinsTlvatila Uallroail will run a special train, leaving II. A l Station at midnight on the 1Mb, ami returning, leave ltlclimoikl at midnight on the 1rtth. Iherstp will be single fare for the round trip. 1 1ckcts will nlM b gold for regular trains October 14 to 17, good to return until and Including the 3Mti at same rate. Train leave Washington at l.'!0 and 10.57 a. in. and 1.5ft p. m. Knight or thn Hue In Uompeto. Nkw Yohk, Out. 0. The Shu this morning says It has been definitely settled that the proposed cuihlon-carom tournament to foliow the talk line tournamint next month will certa'nly take place some time after the Christ mas holidays. The fitment of uncertainty In the matter has been a doubt as to sehwfer's willingness to take part In the cushion carom tournament. Yesterday he expressed his approval of the proposition ami said be would enter. SI'KOIAI. MITIUE1. can REPORT Of Til K COSDI HON - or TH CENTHAb NATIONAL BANK. At Watblagtoa, Is the IHtrkt of ColaiaMa, At the clote ot betlaea Oetober , lano. nBSOUKCES. Loas and illeouBt ttjm 18 Overdraft, (eeerwl ami unse cured SUA! Ot U. e. bond to ecure circulation. 10O,aw Co Htooks, eeantl, elatm. ate.... SSH CO I)uefroanBroTlraerTeaffBts TS,m MT Due from other nattonal bask .. itjili 3S Doe from Mate bask aad bank er 1,74(36 BanklBK boaa, furniture aad ttx- tare 18S,sn08 Currant aipeaaa aad tax a paid S,T so regluBM on O. 8, bond MfiOO CO CheokiaBd other eab items 19.109 Sxebaoea for elaariBB boe.... 17.4SH 00 1U1I of other bosk S,SJ CO FraetloBal itttr eurranay, nlek- elaaadtaat 319 4T Specie ll',Vtt IB Lwal tender note lSOM 00 lied amp ton fHBdwKbU.S.Traa- u rw 1ft par east, ef elreula t U) . t JbOO GO Total l,Sm,w at LIAB1UTIW. Capital ttook paid in f 16CMU0 CO SernliM fund lliiCOW CBdlvtdad irunt ll7 National bask nota ontataad- tBC W00 00 Individual dapoaU wibtaat to ebeek i.ssijai si DeBMad eattlhaata of dauoait.. ,' ft) Cartlaad ebeek l.m SS Baa toatberajaltoBal bank 7,18 10 Due to State Bank and Banker. 9A) 7t Total $M!t HaUlKQf City, IHtMet eflatwaMa. u: I, J, A. X17FP. eaaniar of tba abova named bank do mlemnty twanr that the abovo aialeatant b true to the bwtt of my kufctttedaeand batiatf. J.A.KUFf.CnhbMr. SnWarWuil and sworn to bafars mstnfciSth day oToiabar, ttH. CLAB8NOR KNOftUKKT. Votary Public. Correct-AttoM: SAM'L VOUflMT, JA, U MA HOUR, n-w n. t'MA CShfhntHMrT OTTHit OOK&mOH xsr orxwt FAIU1SK6' ASD MUCtUKiCbV XATiSaKAL KAXK, At Saorfatowa, tat tne INatrmt ef Oahunbia, At tba ckM ef bnahimii Oetener . WM. MhsaWBUlSj. Lean and illii'imat MflaVtm V bvernmiw, aaoHCsd and anaav curad am w V. i. bund to nam eimnlnthta saaJaf ae U S bond on band. 131 atlilrt'tlf JtaflMritinhji aHatmmt m Wl flf tft 1 j BajawiaBnaws!e vnamfmssiam naay anmayai Sua from aoprorad reaete aacnta Utsr( 77 Due from other natkmal bank. UJM m Dw from atnte bank and bank ra S.U1 IS luxe. njmm Currant tma and t in naM UtH M htamlnm on V . hand UnWtS CUandotlasrcaJbkssn.. . UJU a Ulwofeitehanha. tjSi) RMUnnaJ Mnar eurramiy, nick el and oaBsVT. as U iiiactt (ajuH, SISjtMLMt. . . Me. Ma SS wnajsvnniea ... .. vjan w uiahm hind wish V. n TmnanaarUS anreeayLoi ulrca- Intbml iWHtfW Total. U3MTm lHWIITtHi taiataiaookpaJdla faWMWW turriiiii fiiiin UaVaW SB twEwZrvMm SAUeta WeAwHdleSh nates en)taadti ttt,m ItolAmsla nnnsir::.. . .. . .. . . ..7. iS 00 InsUvMhrnl evamatts tnblnot to Cactttisn phneh. ...V.V.W ""..'.' sat a ham to oshay nnjalimnl nanha. - - IS.?SjS e 9ne to aanle bank ajd NawW K Totai . .UMM JA.UUI etahanlaa. t'euriye WtHnaliot, t. w. mm. canmr ol tan nboM yj'gywg wy ..w y Mim w umeaeaui lOJU,J.. Cmmmr j.".yn?S'.'tjy te sntsw-u L S. feSY. Kotary Put . Utlt. I -Alltel U I AULKK TUUkl aUIOWIi. 9PKCIAI. OtIC. K3WBT0ltT OP TUB CO .WtTlOJt; swr or in rtTtMNS' HATTCMAb BAUTt Of t AH ISO! OtTT. At TtaWrrf. la t Mstrtet of rwravatils. At tiw ciot of te!i,r. fneer e, rt. piwwritc s. 1 oa snrt inrr.tirrs fHMMt n tiverf'Tsrt. wrarrt anil avm i nrrd B OS Tj Tnn(tto!nttreetrettTattitt. JMH rr fV1B apprnveH KisfWsji MMI larrfTnntriMtfSBflra. . mjm TB Tlw from Mate Mmfesawrt mmt- vf i.iw is Banktn h ne, farnltim an is- ttirp.... ,! M Othr real mat and aetisataen owreil ,! n Cnrrent itn'- and rftatn yM. VUS as Cbecks and othiT rah Items WW Kschanar foT piearrag lpf. . . . nM at Btllsof otbfr btk 1,0 SO Prarttniial rrr crteet. - , el and rents.. l.SB 79 Specie 95J? OH LeeaHender notes j....;.... ,at & JtedemMloa rnM with U S.trUia- , nttr (!i net cent ef etlwn1Siton).. S.S89 m Total JtSBrjjTis ttAWLtTIfm. Cat Ital Mk peM In JSTO.OW SB pnthilns rand (S.OS1 00 ymfivMed proms M9M t VnttmHl bank imies ontetandln: .W" ft) IMvlwepd napaM Tsesa ImttrMtml deposit enhjeet to ebwk rvi.sei et DemajNt certlffmtes of defuHt .. 8.W1 (1 fertMed ehei-Kii aJW Dc to other national banks rSSISsn Bee to State nana and banker . M sa Total tiei.iesn Timtrlrt of f ehnwMa, Ceeni 6f BVwSleffftm.w I. TIlOMAt C. rKAHSAt.U Oaehler of the above nned bank, do "Oletmjilr weartbat the above Mntmnent hi true to the best of my knowledge and belief. TIIOS. C rBAHSAtb, OaWr. !tihrrlhe1 snd worB to before me thl Wh dy of Oetober, ISM. MU.1AM SlUtY, NotoryrHbllc. Ctrrect-Attest: B KUItTJ! .tOHNSOV, JOHN A.J. CRBAWStL, TIIOS. SOMEKflLLB, J. F SAUM, N. II. SHEA. WryotOT3. gar- HKIX)RT or TlIK condition -x? or TUB NATIONAL BANK OT TlIK RBrUBUC, At WabiBton, D. C, At the clote of btHbies Oetober t, WW. KBSOUKCKS. Ixxins Rml cliBnt fro,6M 79 Uvcnlrafti, aeenred aad ubjc- cnrd 3S0 OS TJ 8, UontI toKeciirerlrrnlatlon. S0, PO XI. 8. IhwkIs to eciire depolti. . . . ljl0 Pfl U. S. bomlionhand SS90 TO Stock;, tecurltle. olalra. rt.... 97J6 08 line from apwoved reecrve agents StSl M Hyp from other Rational bank... TS,!IS 98 ItnnhlBR bouse, furnltere ami fix ture M,ffM Current oxpene and taxes pabl. S,S SS Check ami other cash lleew 18.11 TS Rxeliaiice for clearinit boae.... 18,911 W IHlUof other bank M S SO Fractional narer enrreacy, nick els and cent 1.S7 SS Sieclc nvtm I.cim1 tender note Sl.flS SO licdempthin fund with t' M. TriMrnrer (8 per cent of elrtm- Utloni .ssooe Total Ts!TsTio I.IAHILITIBH. Capital tock paldla JSOftSm On ?rplu lund Mat tlixflvldeit pnat., itJNt SB athiiil bank ( onlUnillnir. -tifiM 00 ItMlltWnal dpoIU Hb)t to rbetk SMUtSI li nuntl certlflcate of depolt. . . ?,3)0 St rertlrlad check tt.SMM t. s. daplu 1MI Buu to other nation! bank ,.VI 47 ue to Mute bank and banker. tfm ToUl SIJWJ.7B1 id ( Uvef Ho(0'e, Cotmlyt M'aMfafto, : I. CIIA8. 8. DHAUI.RY. ohlr of the above-aamed bank, an rolamnly i wear that the above itatemoni i tre to the twt ot my kaowledge and bellf CM A 8. S. rlRADbNY. Cablr. Huttrlled and hhotb to before me tbl Mb day of October. WW. I. FKNW 1CK YOUNfl, Notary rnbllc. Correct At let: DAN'L B. CURKK, 0 EO. K LKMON, A. A. WIWON, II C flKKSN. W.J SIBI.KY, r II. 11II.L. ntreotor. KSrFEET HKUKVHU. OH. WIIITK, caiHOPODIbT. 1414 Penna. aTe.. oppolte Wlllard' Hotel. TboaBd from far aad saar vbrft Or. Wbita'a ctabllbat for rellttf from and avoWaaeo of eorM, buBlB, dheoaed nail and all ether foct tronbla. Hoar. 8 a. m. toSp. ra. bVBdayi.S to It. Oefeo, SI per vbtltfor laittluK the feet la good order. Btabltbd, leal. fNOTICK TO TAXPAYKRS. OrncEorrai Cou.(cT04 or Taxu, D. C . October. UM. Fumuant lo tba provUloa of tbe act ap proved October 1, ISM), all arroaraga of aen eral tax prior to July 1, WJ. and a seat for special Improvement, laaludlajf tba Uylne of water mala, now doa to. and tbe 1MB for w blob are held by tba TMetriot of Columbia. may bo paU ualil OCTOUKK 31, IMO, with S par centum lataraat In lieu of tba rate and penalties now nxad by law, aad all accrued coita. E. O. DAVI3. oeSJWt rollactor of Taie. D. C. -arfHOCllDALK CO OPBKATIVE SO b2C? elaty.K ambers of tbU aoobtty hi po iwittoB of tbe trade eard to APUL, fast, and iBtetuetad la tbe Bwttar of aoal aad wol tfcould call on the Bndertnad befora OCTO BER T for iBlormatioa, ate : A T. Loaeiy, 80S Anne. Aar't Dpt ; bmtth Tbompaon. UMS F M n w, K. aBd 1 Dir W ar Dpt , L. Vn dot boat. SSI trench t, Kta. Mat.; K C Faw calt.eSSaw av a a. Fourth Aod.ocT ;J. X. UeCabe.MSdatae F O ftapt ; H. W. Sauls. TWBttlw.Q.M UioU.Ur Hunt. 1SU ittlff, SUfh Aud of ; U B GrMtoy, TO L M a w, Reff off , Tr4 ; John Moriuoa, 4U R t a w, FenakiB uT ; Ur Jonaph Jony. SbU Fa. ava b w. Suit dan ' oeT , Kdwwd Hllw, mguit, Gov Fra'g oT ; J W. 8inbi.iiaRKiw.Cuk hUB.'rMM. By OMlarof the commute, J. W. HAKSRA.Seo- retary. ? tm -J. WILLIAM LBE Miiariiiiar to Henry Lan' Sanai, LXBBRTAKSK. IH PA. AVH. N. W Sonth 4n. Braneh Oaaee. W Maryland ava. s. w. ttar-.THK nAFB BEfOHTANB SfWsaUaB unrAimisyrr, AnERHAK SBtURTTY AXB TttUaT COM PAVY. 114 tn VP. M. W. Absolutely FtMoroof . Mow aadr for tba asomumaf FmmltBra Ptaaiw. alvt ware, Ht-tatM.Mieaa. Tnwb. ShiiwtnfbrenimrtB. pSbm BmQamat aWBrnmatsBBtnT lAmmmUlBma Bmn. tnH and enaortn hnWdbin letdnu pa door. Telephone Ho tan. ALmUtT M. MJtAD. saeSLbsC fianaral Maaaner aaaWOCKHOLDnnn' MBnTUS i ffuauwMi. B C . Oct. T. laae. Tneae will bn a matlu- of iha Ktoci v tan muiornu. Lane oi Comnanr for tba mmnu of eon matter tWatiu to .oBmea. on Wletl SAT, OCTOBMB U. was. at t u-vkx. B. .. at the Uapcrtal Hutol. adlutohm the lUtkmal C W LEAbNAhbA. PsMbtOBt. U bot'camh. Ttca. otiam tlani liamontrMr of thelai vanuty uManUnd. baa siinhliiihad at tW fifteenth stmet northwaat. and lunsm' P tiuanaa, una. nitron oxlda and all ana thews a4miabjsarad ucS-im bonnet tram maiiMfaiitur- U the city Call and ) ant new bnne hleaoBiun nod wcaataf Btraw nod fell hat altaroi t j tbe Uteat StybiS Olden ptuantlf trtanitart t . leaf a ataent n-w VKttMsnAV. KM TUB KVt.'; rliaheu and reUabhi mas uuBeitU Mr Bit. VUhOK IMS tnrh tinea, a a. bet I and c aad lllb and Utfc t a a i'uu.u:utl ji with lad a only eir i o Vo m tub Tintg. t ux pay Xv "bja; Hiuoay" tut gunu' Srnt .la w JLolH'B WLD BTANI) 5' U i 0 W WakaHur laba ErSSt bfcUth. "oJ2S22 Oammmamaml lamafllammmanmBV f FXteaM afammaamt mat IVsmmmmf taw- WATrnni r.r. w 7A!STBT)-A JflbPt.HAOKT) HSRIIAN r aimma fo ,4a o mitn l BiMIptfa In a sreaii fnn of yen Attt sw o n r, betjatid rjnr Sit. WANTr A NftAT, IISntjarilTOlM wWre elrl. Amcrl'-an oTOerm.n t.. rd do honwnr- nn rthift or 1-on fti.rmei home at nhrtt-.fttod jererawe rail at iMi sth trect n w AV 'AUTKO-A NBATCOtOttllDOlRt-FOR Mr.rl hnmrtfnrk: lime rtvrre trrll i-ailatWBtretsw. " rA!TBT-BOTTTirtTrNASBtltVATri1t rot tinder I year of a. Apply at Room 7. lti N Y ave. 7 St -VATtTRD-A 'AT WHTTB OIBT. AH VI r nr for Infant, pxpeWncf and bet of teferenfe Teqnired. lBqatrs 11 c st n e. 7 3t "trATKr-A WOMAN TO COOK A"D V V do f hamher work to a small family; mnt bare flint d refeienre. Apply at nt. ISth tw 7 it rANTBT)-,RTTl.Br) WTtlTR nH rotn t woman as ewok; mnet have reference and ty at nights. Apply at vff I t n w "TANTBT-mi K T, A Yot'srtrm.n man as waiter; aIo nm one t. wh dlhs and heln In kltolten. 7 St rANTEO-A WHITE HtRt, FOR OBN- J era! honewirk. mnt be a nod cook and wa'her and troner, wstre 10 Apply at IITSMawavenw TJtt v ANTBD- TWO WH1TB OIRb.OB TO rank and wah and one to i"o rhaltitKJt work and nmlet nnrolnc a nmell ehlM. Call at rsi4Stnw, at 1 orvSBp wi. Til WANTBI-)t BOY WHO CAN RBAD msnnncrtpt Apply at thl office. Tr ANTED-WHITB WOMAN; NO ft!Rt,. need apply for chambermaid: bet clft reference rennlred. Apply 1TS8 j t n w s it WANTBO-A HOY TO ATTEND TO Hore nnd makehlmfelf (jeBerllynefnl, mnt not o afraid of work Apply SS Ma. ave rANTKD-A WOMAN FOR OR.XKRM, honewotk; white; with reference Apply frnm S to is p m. 71S K t. s St ATANTKD-A SETTLED WOMAN TO cnok.warh and Iron and nrnke lienelt renerallr tifefnl In a small family; Call, t to 4 pm, 1MB nth it n w. 0 8t WrANTBD-TAVO WltlTB OtRW.ONETO 1 1 cook and waih, I he other to do eeneral noa'cwnrk In mall family. Apply lmmll 6 St ately. ltsanlave. WANTKD-A BOY TO 1)111 VR A RRKD V waiton:one who ha worked at baklnc preferred S81S L st n w 4 1t VANTED-AN BXPRRIBNCBD WAtT- re ami chambermahl; references. OR I Was ave. 4 it ITANTI-A OIHb TO 1)0 OKNBKAI, hoii'evntk: eood references roitilrwl. Apply t 181 Md ave n e. 4St TVANTKO SITUATIUMS. "XrANTKO - POSITION AS 00VEIINB8S in n family with two or three somll children; oompetent to teach miiulo, Frenoh, Englth. elenMnlary Ijitln and other nece eary brunches. A tl dress lUix 139, Annapolis, MiL 9St r ANTED-IIY A FIRST CLASS CONFEC- Doner a Kood situation. Lall J36 Penn aven w 9 St T ANTEH-A MTIATION A8 A WAITER. vain or loiini'r vj junnpc man nireo et reference: steak French. Bnailsh SS;bc and Oerman. titivate family. Address F. S., St La ai en w. 9t VANTED-HY A COLORBD WOMVN A place In private family a rook anl renerai houe girl or cbnmbvrmahl; pood city rferncc. pply lSI7th t n w Mt rANTED-HYA RBSPgCTAHI.R WHITE woman a sllua'lonaMi,k In a Brst rlaprlatc family: no nMm'lon to help with the t lain ahlic. Addr S K.,ttil omie It IVANTSn-BY A KRSI'BCTAm.K COLD 1 drl, u place a chambermaid In a p- Irte family: can aire the hot of city reftrenr If reqn)red Call a' V W Wh t n w. clt WANTBP-HY A RWk(TAHLB (YilI) nirl a ilane a rhamhermihlor Iaty' nurse lb a prlrate family or hoarding bou-e ean furnlh th but of reference. Apply till ttb tins "Y rANTBD-HY A W 1IITB GIRL A PLACB rnamoermam uau at i n i n w. VT TANTED-BY A SBTTLKD WOMAN A I nlace a oook or to do laundry work: 4 ears at last place; reference. Call at MS lit tt n w. w-St ANTtD-BY A STBADY COUIRBD TV man. a place a driver: I wllllntf ami obliging Call or addrti IIS Nilnff. S St irANTB I place. maid. Call NTBD-BY TWO COLORED OIRLS- one as cook tbe other aaobamber at 181 R t n w -. 1TANTKD-1IY HBTTLED WIIITK Woman Ira place to do general hotuowof k or a chambermaid In iraall private family; no ob jection to helping to waiborlroa. Call or addre091i Mt TTANTED-11Y A KBBI'ROTABLK COL'O It tlrlapUoeachambrmaldnr aurseor ladr'siaakl. AiIJmihi A. K J.. ll.'lSth n w. VANTBD-BY A RESPECTABLE COL'D I girl a place a chambermaid or walt rea. Apply at ialMtBW sat "llfANTED-BY A HKSI'BCTABLK COL'D T alrl. place a chambermaid or wallrew la flrat clai family. Call at 1U9 SOth iL ) -7ANTBD-BY RXSPBCTABLK WOMAN, mmt laundry work to take home or no oat by tbe day. Apply S1WD stow aad a gut it n w. 7 -It VANTED-HY RB8FBCTAULE COLORBD 1 V girl, a lunation a aurm or cbambcr- maUl, good reference. Addrea KATIE WILIIAMSON. ISIS flitnw, 7 St -IVANTED-UY A WHITE WOMAN, SIT I I nation a first -ebu lausdra, good raf etuBcc. Call or addrwta 11S M t n w 8 St lirAbTBD-BY A RESPECTABLE COLD I y girl, a place a chambermaid or nure orLady'amald, raa give rafaranca. Apply laiM Marloa t 8 w 7ANTHD-BY A KBSI'BCTABLE WHITE I woman, a olaca a chambermaid or taka care of children. Apply to 9SI tbt. SSt WANTKDllOOSlS. VANTEtw TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS TT for Iidy and son in tba viclnty uf New York ava and 11th st; rent not to ex cewdSlS. Addrea A B. C , Critia oe if WANTKU AIISUHI.I.ANKOU8. A FEW BBnIRABLB ROOMS, WITH atnam povrar, good atavator sarvtM aad firat elaa nnttorht, U the POiT nViUMWi, for rent at low rata to nrat-etam tenant. Apply to WILSON HUTCH INS. MS Poat Bnunina, or PKAXX UAUUIME, bnnertn rOK KB.ST-HOUSHH. T?OK XXxi-VXYUiOimilW- MiS Man ava. rT r and atabm S 80 jpFMatnw.WM lS g SSK Yare.Ur 1 OS Mtbtx. ur mm lass a w. is a iute UlSLktn w, Ur . . .. tnr batnw. 11 r ISM flat a m. M M ITU Q at n w. 11 ta Wee mtonaw.un mm inaJktBw.ur Sst 17u Q at n w. U ra fi St lmnlstnw.Mm Sat Has ;t w. w ra mse ISM 141b at n w, r lo bsonabton at, tm ne saw ttb t n w i t MMhatnw.lr mas s Lnmyntte hnnnaa. U m 1451 Ftorkin are, r . in V t a w. t r man ISJN Tth st n w. atr and dam W ad t aw. 7 .. ..T. SS itast mh riiv.in. as Ttb and Pomacoy at. 7 honaes. each W 99 The ano nonana ann he aaasBsnasl asjaac mit feom onr omoaunw- najit tUtSTP-TWO BfAkOS " aNMMHI BUM aVHmWm Isteh ISonlSHon ssaw aageegji 1 1 i iiiismgmmBmMSBgBsaBa8t Srsammfn mmjpmmmmmi mmmmmmmnBmi m - aBWtBBsmmBtmmm n unllinn AnBMLf-rhit Lbnmn asnfrnjl vATt aUMb smTAvas. TaOat SAL-Afc XT 17 AC BBS OM ID ST JP s eitoodad au the line uf the V.km ton and Soldler' Hume Railway bums yt 4 the eabtle 1 Uic late CUlaf JujUuj iliue ih. l! cd' aVUonuud ii'l uppuruulir (...a eufi-UAVIS BLSsta 1, u a w 5?uX- ifc fi At'CIO MI,1 8ROROI W STIOKNET, Aneftotwer, No fFtree' Wttti "ALB OF YATABLJI PnTtVBD RRAL FTAT IN IVT CTtY, D C. By vliineof a deed of trust dnly recwded smorg the land rnrnTd of the Wstrlrt of o mmbla. In lihfr rl4, fo'lo 7a, et set., and at the written rojmt of the holder of the note rrnrrdoti the hereinafter a"lDe"1 If t fp trtn eii at pnbur anotion tn fmatof Die prrmiwg on WBDNKSTIAT, THE 1STK l'AY OFfM-TOBBTl. 1I0. at " o'clock p. m. sil that certain ptee or parcel of STmnKl lT'nf snd hsR Bl th) Cotwify or WasTilmTtnn, tn saw D'strfet, and known a lot sevwitean (li In Mock SMbt (J. o' the snbdlvlhm of try f Tit. I C . law down m the plat books nf the finrveyot' omee ot the nnrtrtet of Vn Inrnt.la. Terms of ale- fWl (W In cash. h,lan-e In rw5r. a s pbtcwi'. per annam till paM. sectiren by deeti of twl on the pronertv, or all eaafi If desired; tson deposit at time of sate All cBBwranctint at onrchtser' cot leim to he eomplten nith stith'n ten day or irnstwja rs -ell at pnrcha the right tnsdTerttm and m cost and risk LIAS) CHIIKSHAXK, !AH T ORTB. Tfnstee as.r& fok KKrTlM.t. TTOlt FBT-nr. MA"S AVB, IARTB V fnmhhed mom 1 or a gentlemen ean be aeeoTansodated Sj' P 'R REST-17 H TN W. ANB.BOtNT snltc of rooms, with hath on Sd Boor. npptwiie Metropolitan i lab, also rooms on 1st end iM floors SSthst. SSt P R RENT - TWO COMMU1ICAT1NW rrnnd floor rooms: famished or antnr nlcd no light, honteheeplng. sns r st n w TOR RBNT-BrfTE OF l.AROB RLB L gantly fnrnlshed room on 1st and el floors; transient gnests accommodated, loen tkn central, rnoms rery desirable: botrd nerhy ISMLst tit ."OR RBNT-PBRMANBRTLY-TWO I)R slrabte eommnnloatlHg l story rooms; untarnished or nattlv fnrnlhed: to adnlt only; sonthetn front, open grate heat, gas sndbnth. 171111st. tat ijnrn nBNT-isat oircoran srr, two r ebnlce nfnmlshel moms on a.1 floor, with alcove and porch: al) S room on M finer St irORRBNT-A ri.B.8ANT FRONT ROOM V on d floor of hon occupied by owner; well fnrnlshed and heated; $10 a month .HH K st n w flit ITOR HKNT-A LAROK SrOREROOM AND yard-good sitaatlon for snltablebnsl nes. t rornf llthand tjst n w. Apply on pnmlsesornH7lhst .1 S. ltoRITtllN. It TpOR REST-(MOD ROOM". WITH OR I1 wlthont board; light housekeeping al io wee I Apply at 'KMHh st n w Sit FOR RENT-114 T ST N W. I HANI) somely fnrnlshed room: new house; far nare heat, speaking tubes, electric bells, bath, etc : references. 9 St 70HHENT-S ROOMS, UNFURNISHED, D floor; sonthem esposnre; one square from cars nnd herdlos; no other roomers; hot and cold water on same floor. 9)11 II Hew sst T?OR HKNT-ROOMS-ALL THE DELlCt I' clesof the "cawn for JW per month at 'joSOO st; also handsomely furnished room If desired. 8 It 77011 RENT-Fol R HEAUTIFUL LAHOK L rooms, furnished, private family, corner hotte: open grates, bay windows In every room- sonth and cast front; reference re citllml llfll K st n w. 8K IPOK HBNT-lMi R 8T. THRRE ROOMS ; on 9d floor, en sntte or singly: fnrnttfeed or iinturnlshed; all modern oonvenlenoes; bathroom atlached;iultable for geatlamefl, private family sit l?OK ItKNT-IN PRIVATE FAMILY, WITH P Ixxirtt, furnished l flr front room. hy window, snltahle for gentleman and wife or tnogfntlenen: alo Sil floor bark room for one Mil lllhstnw. a-H F OH HBNT-sW N J VB H B, LROK bandwme rmim. no ohiertlon to hHta- keeplng- alo rm m suitable for doctor's or lawter' ofltte. situation desirable, near Capitol. Tit ITOR RENT-NIC". I. A ROE CO V PORTA ' bit' room, with bats s-l Joining, with hoard, suitable for gentleman and wife or two Inale gentlemen; private famlly.CBIl at IVS sth st M w 7 St T70R RBNT-TIIRRE NICKLY Ft'RNimtBO I1 rooms, slnglt or together; north an I south fronts and communicating 1717 Cor.xiran t. 170R RBNT-S FURNWHBD OR UNFUR I1 nlthed rooms, til floor to couple without children: suitable fur light houakaptag: all convenience, reasonable tetoM. 3SIMa. J70R RBNT-SI7 1STH ST AND 1804 H ST. n w, h ml some aiartmnt, fur or unfur ; oicn grate Bra sat T?OR HENT-S LAHOK COMMUNICVTINO 1 room on ! floor, with good table board; berdlc pas tbe dour; term reasonable. At awoiinw sat IPOR KENT-111S 17T It 8T N W: FUR 1 or unfur coamuakatlBg J flow room; private family; modaraBt rant; raterenoa ra qnlred. Sit I?OR RBNT-I OR WELL FURNISHED . cheerful room In modern house, near Pa are car. Board If desired. 10!Mt sit F OR RBNT-SD STORY SOUTH FRONT, Iav window. lariHf ntoalv furaUbad room. with board for two, reference ittSSQst F RRENT-817 lSTIt STN W-DBSIRABLR rooms; 1st and floor; suite bow va esBt; also aiegla room; soulharn azpoura. FK RENT-U0S K ST. OPPOSITE FRANK Ua Park, large, comfortable, wall fur Bibed room: with board; southern ipour. I7OR RENT-FIRNIEHBD OR UN PUB.' ' nlsbed, 4 liar lor and very pleasant Sd room, refeteaco. SM 1Mb st a w 4 St I?OR RBNT-S FI-RNI8I1BD FRONT Room; ' pleasantly situated IX 5th t n a. 4 1t F R HUNT 4 SUITABLE ROOM FOR ILibt boosakeeolBgoa 3d floor. M In ad- lanee. leOSTthstaw 4-tt F ORRENT-asei 8TNH-S PURVISUBD room on Sd floor gas and urn uf blb: S ob Sd floor rent reatooabla. I SI fOll S.ILK- IIOUSHS. IR"SALB-IN ALEIATORIA."VltOOM V frame boase, ut flnisking; Bydmatin yard, lot Willi; uiur hnm; prioa, I W9. An plT to ROBERT J. THOMAS. Room No. . SIS OR SALE-TBHEE OF THE OtJEAPBnT honMM la WabiBgton, BM, tfs and 1st 11th at b ; two-story aad liinanl, btown toite trimnriBm; T room and bath; aluotris balm and aaa: price, Mjoe aaoh. t0 nuh halanaa to mit or trade for good lot. rillt SALE AMI KB.NT T) BAL BBTATR BCLLSTIX TBOMAS B. WAG4JAMAX, tn Fasratf. Change man Wednaadav and Saturday. i-STOKY MkUCK AND FRAME HOthsBS MB SSI tohiaSBdataw. bh. In JUssi 4tgllistBw.fn.Sra. and t kmsa rear 4JBI ismVstB w.f n.(m tjue AlJy bat Stk and 7th. 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BOOL, fm Price She Rn, Mitt ft t tttsitx Rmr, a co.. Pa. are ami tt th st, LP.wts ,mnioN r o , bjwi atat ftt. t CORSON A MACAtTTNBT. Mtff PS. BATEMAN A OT , lilt P st. t. . WATER ACO .SWtlhst. noonstAfn.itnspsf n . M.I 1 N A. CBNTHAL NAT BANK, est. fth tk mi Pa. ave CT1 ISBNS' NAT BANK, SIS Rttft ti, NAT.MBTTOPTf.rTAN BASR.StSittBSt, SECOND ATTONAL. Set 7th St. H, w. CTM IMBtA NATIONAL, til Fsk k. W. miDh.srt.i.j-.Hs ami .ir.irw.vHjte WM BALLANTTNE A SOrTl. 4t Ttb St. l V'i;jrm. F. FRKEHn. TfStthst. n w rf.orffrrK.v. 1. nAMBtROFRA rN?.SS1PaaVe, t'iMlff.irfy.'.y. ANDREW . JOYCE'S ltS. IfRS-SOOtmn are ; Factory, 41tMilHbliw. W.F.OBTER.msPa are Also harass t. tfORcE AND CARRfAOR BAZAR, M-rtLa. MrDBRMOTT A BRO., W Pn. Te. H. y, COMniTIO.WM.S IXJtCAl'M, ' T..TARVIS.4SSthsf IIlbKE A Ht'llI), MO Mh t. Clf'D. TEMrLE ROTBL. tth st . op. U.S. Pat. Ofltte, THE NEW ENOLANDOAFB.SlSltsitt. coM'st Ttoxnns. FIELDING A CO , 417 Pa are. 61IBBTF A CO . c r 10th and rte. , W, HRBWNAHAN A CO , 410 Tth St. h. w. r ox n:c tio ;k irmj .v,i , tc. m. nRir.mirsthst. imr notum, W. If. SHUSTRK A SONS, Mt Pa are. LANSHUROtl A BRO.. 4ft to 4M Tthst.H.W. f-EATON PERRT. Pa. ave. and Mh ti.'. TIIOS. J. LUTTRBLL. Itae Pa arm JOHNSON A LDTTRBLIhTH Martlet jf)e. T. HKlMtAMllT. P.nTth st..w. Cleet at 6 o'clock ittet nn .sr.s. x. D. oir I.MAN, as? P v. T. D. no RAM. ttllPa ve. W. ft THOMPWX. 70S 1Mb L SAMIKI.T "TdTT. tloal Hotel BnlHhx 1'IiCf.s A Mt .SCO UKtt HA. ANTON 1M HER, SCtn t. HAHN'S, TOSMhat or WSOSM St. J. 1 IHKNER. 114 H st n w. BrtablteaeHim. i: re n txn.s. nxmiA ix.vo.v, ir.t.f;., i:tc. MCELROY'S ART STORK, halt Pa. ave. riltt: JAAlHAXfJt COMJ'AXUIA. rtRBMENtlNS co . 7th st. and U. av. COLUMBIA FIRE IN8 CO II t Pat. a. w. CORCORAN FIRE IKS. CO . tN Iltn st. B. w. WOOS FIRE INH CO . 1S31 T t. NAT. UNION FIRE INS CO.. tS U ay. riAll'H Mtr,l.A. riONKER I'LOfK MII.Lg. A. B. OWrtBY. rt'HMTl MIS. W. H. IIOEK R. Ml Market Space. W. II. HOUGHTON A CO., 191s P St. If. O. TOWLBS. 1007 Pn. av. IIUOO WONCH A l O . set 7th St. II. HURKHARItT A rON. lOlt-Unhat, RACHH;.MID A MYRRS. MttTthst. H0lK A HEKR.M.VN,BI7SS7th.H.W. UHUVKKItUi. J.K.CLBARY.SSBIHhst B.W. K. YOUXlS CO . No. 48 tth St. n. W. HUME A a).. WIT Market tpaee. jfur;.n'. RIGOS HOUSE. Uth and ft t. n. W. ARUN4JTON UOTBL, Vt. ave. ami 8 St. NORMANDIB. Uth and ft st. 1IETROPOLITAN HOTEL. Pn are aneitth St. THE BBLVIDERB. Pa ave and H H, II O VA JJ. - I MA 1HJI1XH UOOVV." THE FAIR, s a eor ?lh aad H . w. JIAJtAZAS A A It JIUHAU HOitltS, LfTZ A BRO . 4tT Pa ave. JIAKDHAKH. P. P. MAY A CO., SM Pa. ava. CHAS. T CARTER A CO . tat Pa. are. UK I MKAM AXV CAI'M. J Ft'SSBLL. I4SS X. Y ava. JCll t OMfAAUHA, TBANSPANBNT K'B CO.. Saw Water.: GREAT PALLS ICE CO . Sssl P. a, 7a- phftW? 379. lTEPBNDBT KB CO , Pa. av. and IfAhq JH H KLU MA. HARRIS A SHAFBR. tilt Pa. as. UOORE A LBOttiS. IKS Pa. ave. A, L. SALTZSTBIN. lr . 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