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THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOhEIl 10, 1890.
K i ' I I b' TRAVEL TALKS FEN PICTURES OF Pit ASB5 OF L1FB IN OTHBR LANDS. CUR CLOB WILL Mt HERE f RIMY8. Max O'Rell m Ciftfe Lift A fravtitr oi ArtWaa towJ&m THE MIRrCBLOtfS GROTTO OF LOURDEJ. Sf ry tt a Ohiseee Ithn LTho Eraws- cent Bwnty f ike Grak Wmi. Rewaiwe She Kmws Net Sb la Tanker. Club life Is unknown In Fnmw. says Max O'llell, except among the very tipper classes. Jtan and wife an constantly toee'her, ami France Is a nation of Datbya and Joans. Taorc l, I believe, no country wliero men and women go through life on such oiuat terms as France. In England (an 1 here again I speak of the rawtei only) the man thlnkt hlmsolf a much superior being to the woman. It Is the same In Germany. In America I should feel Inclined to believe Hint a woman looks down upon a man with a certain amount of contempt She receives at his hands attentions of all sorts, but I cannot say that I have ever discovered In her the slightest trace of eralltudo toman. Will you hnve a fair Illustration of the post tlon of women In France, in Koglaml, In America? Go to a hotel and watch the arrival of couples In the dining room. In France you will see thorn ar live together, walk abroast towards tho scat assigned to tbem, very often arm In arm. In England vou will sea John 33uli leading the way," followed by his meek wife, with her eyes cast down. In America, behold tho dignified, nay, mnjcsllc, entry of Mrs. Jonathan, a nuccn eotng towards her throne, and Jonathan behind' "When I was In Arabia, relates n traveler to a reporter of the Kansas City Timts, I heard n story Illustrating the shrewdness of tho native lawyer. An English merchant, staying nt an Inn In one of the smaller towns, placed on do poilt with tho landlord 800. Ho neglected to take n receipt for the money and whon, n few weeks later, having Icon absent on a short Journey, he had occasion to ask for It, the land lord opined his eyes with woll feigned astonishment and pretended to have forgotten the transaction. The English' man was naturally enraged, but he had no proof and no witness, ami In his ex tremity he sought the advice of a native lawyer This wise man of the Knit re flected a moment, and then gravely said "Intmtt another 800 to the keeping of the landlord, but be sure to have a witness on hand." The Englishman was puxaletl to know how this would help him, but he did as he was directed. "Now," said the Jawyor the next day, "go and claim your money, but don't take your witness with you." This was done, and the Inn-keeper, 111 prepared to practlco the same deceit the second time, handed him over the notes. The traveler once more sought his legal ad vlccr, who said to him. "It Is well. Approach yourhost again, accompanied by your witness and demand your money." The Englishman followed his Instructions. "But I gave you your money," protested his host. "Como, now," replied the merchant, "bore Is a man who was present at the time. He will tell you that he was not a witness of what you claim. Ho saw me hand you the money. I)e quick, please; I must leave the city." Tho landlord was outwitted. He saw the trap, but it was to late, anil without more ado he made good tho sum. At Lourdes there Is a certain grotto, says the Chicago JVImm, wherein Is said to have been accomplished most marvel ous cures of human maladies. The Iloman Catholics believe that this spot Is under the special and saintly influence of the Virgin Mary, and that but one visit to the place Is required to relieve any believer of whatsoever lllnes or grief be may be atHIcted with. The pilgrim ages to Ibis remarkablegrottohavebeeo numerous, and seemingly miraculous cures are reported. A member of the royal family of England believes that her cure of a distressing malady was due to a pilgrimage to Loup' js, ami she hat recorded a vow to tna e other pil grimages to the grotto t testify her uratitude to the Virgin, Not very loag ago an interesting eonve satioa (as re potted in the JruA Cuiholitol this week) toe k place between the Prinee of Wales and JIgr. Lavlgerte. Your eminence." said the Prince, "will jou coaseieatlously tell me if the r rieste, the guardians of tbe sanctuary at Lnurdes, are In good faith la their recital of the cures which they declare to have witnessed, and if oao can trust their wordsr" ''Your royal blehsees." aaswotod the Cardinal, "1 vouch tonka guardians of J the erotto as for myself. I hire aseor- tallied with say own eyes eottala marvels which have been worked 1st this blessed place. ' ' la that case," said tke Priam of Wales. there oaly remains for vm to go to the groUo, hut I shall do sola the strictest tucoguUu." It transpire that the Pilae. true to his word, has viiHml the Hotto, bat whether he exBtirian.sii rsJiaf fsesm Use physical disabilities with which ha has long suffered roataJaa yet to he reaortlsd. A Chinese profnssor of boxiag aad fencing living ia Iljag Koag Taoentlj published, by awn of pin mass, its follow lag caailasge. Tho pas cards were removed by tho poUee, after at trotting much aitoassoa, aad the pogi llat himself was acsoatojl &ael Miastiiofl ' Having bona laiotcaed that a aaaa named Laua X Kwaa, who knapi a place at Iluagiuua, whoso ho iaaifttets pupil U the art of Igkliag ami aaU defesM, boasts that ho haa ao aual la his profagskia. aod that ho la a norfoot Henuka ia stntsfta, aad oCeia aa ia duceautat ia the ahapa of $10 to aay on who haa the courago to atoot nim at tho manly art awl head arat alt sinagts beta euuai to several hiudsod cattle now I, Bok Lo Chuo. have traveled over aaaay couaiclvs of tho jJuU; but never mat a uiaa who was ao U Hatful ami proud, of his aujoriurity la Lis profession. IalaohavoaoaMKaovl tdbt ut Btfatlag, and, thoaafoce, write tnU aiid uoat k up, ao that all sua can. hti me thaUeagtsf aha to moot caa la tut spot Ut front of tho Kwna Yu Ttuile HiiBgham. at 5 p. ut thai day .d iL iaui). ojuao afalaat tuaa, there to :v LiiiMiU with mo la sxhtta-. aad u . uiiol theUatfwUlba toaattlebe , i.j dcabtwho ut the beat maa. If this Lima Kwan refuses to come out, then he is a vain boaster and a rank coward, and he must clear ont of th plaee altogether, fot he H mly m tm starf, and, fpheu put to the vm, a b8y at hcTi. and, therefow, wot fit to ssw elate with respectable men. I hope all Seopte will exewwe me. Dated m 8d ay of the third moon." The Gfwfc wrwrtti lave all the qntck atss of their aee, the featntes nwWle and the eyes snperb. l!at they hwe the erwefnlnew of form early. There are many forms of the Greek beauty, from the mlxtd race of Albania to the semi Latin women of Twtos or Steto, or the ttml-AslftllcGreek of Asia Minor. They have all the heroism of their ancestors, and more courage, as I am sometimes Inclined to think, than the men, says a correspondent of the llrooklvn iTWiW AtthefrirgeofMIwolonthl the wife of Travellas, whom I saw In boyhood, ac companled her husband at the head of the sortie that cut Its wav through the Turkish lines. She was of short stature, but on one arm she carried her child, and with her right hand brandished a naked scimitar. Unfortunately for the full development of the Greek woman's character, as some might think, she Is still ruled by Oriental matrimonial methods, and hence Is partially an Ori ental. Marry she must. Supposing a family of three sisters and seven broth ers, not one of the brothers marries un til the sisters are provided with hus bands. Hence In Greece the men gen erally marry late In lite and women wed men far older than themselves. A girl of sixteen or eighteen marrying a man of forty five to sixty is the most com mon thing in the world among the Greeks. Marriage Is also with them n question of money, there must besomo property on both sides. Love Is no con sideration ami plays no part In Greek marriages, notwithstanding that Eros was a Greek god. The marriage ceremony of the Greeks and Armenians la tolerably long. It al ways occurs In church i no pews nor scats of any sort are permitted j tho densely crowded nlsles nro filled with Incense, nnd by thotlmo tho long-haired priests have chanted and prayed two or three hours every one Is ready to fall with exhaustion. Before closing It may be added that our missionaries hive re peatedly married natives of these Eist trn countries, and those unions hove, to all accounts, resulted happily. Natives In many varieties of costume were wading backward and forward be tween tho shore and the boats that had brought tho cargo from tho vessels, carrying bales nnd boxes, olthcr piled on their backs or poised on their heads, to the custom house, writes n travoler In tho ancient and Interesting city of Tangier to "Temple liar." Some woro looso cotton shirts nnd wide trousers rcochlng only to tho knee, with white turbans or the Turkish for. on their heads. Others were wrapped In JellablyaV' (the native Moorish cloak), with its long peaked hood either drawn carelessly up or hanging down their backs, and all were barelegged. The wildest confusion appeared to pre vailfrom a distant point of view every one seemed struggling to posses him self of what another had got hold of, nnd how any regularity could havu en sued as to payments It was Impossible to Imsglne, yet porterage on the shore Is a lucrative business, the men some times earning 7s. or 8s. a day. When I could summon resolution to leave the window I rang for early breakfast, after which wo sallied forth to Inspect the town. The sky was cloudless, but the wind was bitterly cold, nnd when we turned Into tho streets which were In shade we could have believed ourselves to be In England on n November morning. Winter clothing would have been thoroughly acceptable, and we thought wnu regruis oi mo tmcK coats and cloaks we had left behind, under the mistaken Improsslon that Tangier was all warmth and glow. Picking our w jy through the steep, narrow streets, how ever, left us but little leisure to reflect even upon the clod. To keep one's feet and at the same time to steer clear of the mixed multitude of men and ani mals that thronged the way, hustling and Jostling each other, and coming with an Inadvertent bump now and then against one's self, occupied one's whole attention. Wretched looking mules and donkeys, overladen with wood, stones, charcoal, grain, fruits, vegetables and every sort of marketable produce met and passed one continually, while the constant cries of "Bahlak1" "Take care'" from both behind and In front were, perplexing in the ex treme. All up the main street, on either side the way, handsome Moore, many of them perfect Othelloe, either already at work or exhibiting their wares, sat cross legged In their little box like shops, whose snug peat roofs sheltered them from the outside glare the many colored fabrics that were exposed for sale either piled In heaps right and lift or hanging la the doorway. Leather work of all Mads abounded, shoemakers were busy with brilHaatiy dyed skins making gorgeous slipper, bright yellow, arseDlc green aad crlm soa being the favorite colors, aad leather cushions, too, of all buos, ware being elaborately eubroidered with bright silks aad gold aad silver thread. Ia other shops Jewish tailors were braiding robes of cloth and velvet, aad through the doors aad wiadows of various bazaars the most casual glaaeas revealed Moorish orasmeals la aualat aad curious design. I a the adust of all these Easteta surrouaiiiags oae sud denly experieaeed the pleasurable sea satloa of "oae step Bearer hoate" by coai fag unexpectedly upon tho Eagtieh p&stollee, aad a few doors more brought us to a chemist, whose well stocked shop reassured oae as to tiatety aid ia case of aad. Provisioa shops aad goaaral stores, presided over by Moors aad Jews, wore interspersed amuag tho aatlvo haber dashers, aad at tho further ead of tho street, aoar a aae old Moorish gateway, were numbers of iittk rickety labia, ao frail lookiag that it waa a uurval they were act coatiaually ovorturaod. oa which all maaaer of awful lookiag sweetmeats that aoae sundy bat a "hoathoa" could appreciate, were spread out for sal. D. J. K. skyTi- 1- a., wao for Stfvofal veacs ass aava asststaat IkMaoo Ural or of iksMoUtml Uatvatatty of MUry iaad, hsJtiaaofs, has opaaatt aa oaaea at 1010 Fttcaath strsat aorta wt. Tea dottor is aa expert inrgooa daatiat aa4 comas to Wtsalngtoa with aaaay tusti- feeaa Mga aad uastwofUy sro- wtve aim a csu- Edward J flgn harbor afMtua of of Heaver, has mn.m. m Mi too to colmctlng hit asaaa segsoiatBO West Bala tho woalthtoat t4b to Kuan nattw Man loa.uoauao4sM loose aaairiag w visit Hit tuuutul tot the pexatM aud irevork o tu ltJUi, the Fettiisylvama Kail road will uu pt.uj irate. Wviaf h. F. atalftm ut u-kloicbi on the 15Lh, &u4 mturtrtar, l.iic KiLuio4.at iuidubl uu Uus tOtS 'J he rait wilt U- sisgh) fare tor the rouaJ ti ip 1 iikcl will also be told for regular UttUit October 14 to 17, vood to return uuUl iui4 lacluiiins Uic aw at same rst Trauua Uwve Wsafeluglou, t 4 M tUid 10.J7 a m awl i 55 y m. SUFFRAGE WASTED. It Is aNeeMMty fr n Pmrfr Onvern ment r the IMttttiet. JMHor ONtw.- I am very glad to ftM that Tu Cwttc ha the manly cow age to publish matter involving the consMeTatlon of the management of mtt CTttrlet arTalrs, and I thank vow fa your criticism on my letter to Mr Me Comasof the 1st Inst , atthwngh I do not agrre with yrm on the subject. But I yleM to no man In toleration of honest differences of opinion, ami In District affairs, I know no partisan politics In deference to the sentiments of many friends here, I hare been dis poseu to acquiesce in the establishment of a sort of scctlonally representative government for our people, without suffrage. KBH lint experience and observation con vince me that there Is no middle ground to stand upon In this contest betwiin an autocratic ami a IlepuUHcan form of government for this District. I have already stated that, np to a re cent date, I did not suppose that any In telligent man in this country honestly entertained the opinion of the "Kt elusive Legislation" clause In the Con stitution, which Mr McComes now timidly pretends to Uphold. On the question of a change of gov crnmenl here, I have no doubt that many ttsldcnts of the District are largely In fluenccd as you seem to be by appre hensions from n turbulent ami trrespon slble clement In our population, lint the formidable strength and power of the opposition to n peoples' government In thts District comes from men of Im mense wealth and corresponding influ ence, who now, by a noil nnd a wink, can get whatever they desire from rulers Irresponsible to the people, and over whoso property nnd taxation and even deportment they are invested with dan gerous discretionary control With the experience and admonitions wc now hnvo before us, I believe no city In this country or In any other has better matorlal out of which to form and sustain a wle and model municipal government than this city of Washing ton, and especially If provision bo made to permit the exercise of the freeman's franchlso here In merely municipal mat terspractically as In a Joint stock com pany without Impairing the rlahts of citizenship In the States on questions of national nnd Slate politics. Very respectfully, S. C. CLAtlKB Washington, Oct. 3. NEGRO AND CATFISH. A Colored Cltlien Kilt n Montr Mtaatidlppl JMnli. Frtm Mr LmitHIU CtmmtnM. Dill Anderson Is n negro of chocolate hue, 80 years of age, who anys that his occupation consists largely of "Just fishing around." He fished around conildcrably yesterday afternoon on tho falls near the Indiana shore. He was uilng n cast net, and about 5 o'clock. In attempting to make a haul, met with such resistance that he fancied it had caught on n mck. Hut It had not. The cause of the trouble w n monster JUs slttlppl Hlver catfish, which bad become entangled In the nushis. When Dill saw the sire of the fish he wad dazed, and only recovered from his astonish ment In time to prevent the bewhlskered ?;lant ol Southern rivers from escaping; or it was a full minute before the fltu realized the slate of his affairs. When he did. however, he made sev eral mighty plunges that broke many of the meshes, and a hole Tilg enough for freedom was almost finished before Ids captor decided to adopt desperate meas ures. The negro plunged Into the swift water, grabbed the net nnd tried to pull It pshore. The fish was too strong for him, though, and instead of negro catch ing "cat," "cat" was catching negro. To add to the Interest of the situation both had become entangled In tho net. After an exciting struggle, In which Anderson was carried several yards down stream to thu edgo of a deep and dangorous eddy, wheru he would have been surely drowned, he struck a big rock and fortunately was able to brace himself against It. Then he reached over and caught hold of one of the big fins, which was a foot long, and draw ing his knife from his hatband, where he always carries it, stabbed the fish In the head until It expired. Anderson was wet to the armpits, but he waa also the proudest man In town. He sold the fish for $13.75 to a Twelfth street dealer, who shipped it to Ellzabethtown. where it w 111 lend distinction to a colored picnic to day. The fish weighed 175 pounds, and was 0 feet 3 Inches In length. PERU PLOWING. Tba 'Way the bull U lllleil In That Country. rrtH tU .Ym rent Str. The land is plowed in the following manner: From six to a doaoa teams of oxen are put at work la single field of twenty or thirty acres. The oxen are "yoked" by tying a heavy beam across their foreheads. To this beam the plow is attached, all the force being ap piled by the head, Instead of the sboul ders. The plow is a crooked stick or braach of a tree, the point faced with iron. The Hebrews, whea they tilled the soil la the time of Moses, had a plow made la the same wav. Intelli gent Peruvians coatead that they do not seed to plow more than two or three inches deep simply oaough to looses tho soil so as to eaahle tba seed to taae root. The water used ia irri gation is said to be rich ia nlsat food. furthor obviatiag the necessity of clasp plow lag It may also be added that im proved plows, suitable for this eouatry, are now maaufacturdd ia Europe aad the Tailed States, but it goes without as) lag that they are very uuforoat from the plow used by aa Amoricaa farmer. They are tight aad small, havtag a close resemblaace to this origtaal crooked stick. Another peculiarity of very Peruviaa plow ia that it has oaly oaa handle. The driver carries la oae haul a large goad, twelve or oftsoa feet ia length, with which to touch up his team aad he maaaaos tho plow with. tiift - naad- for the Cstsltntttaa or tt KiuaueJtu- Uaa froataiMatloB at maliiimnil, October 15, lti ami 17 the Peaaa. U. It uiil tdl tiehets at rate of &a0 for tba touod trip, October 14th to 17th, good to rstura until ami liwliidiag the iWta. For the oaraila and amworks oa the Uth spatial train will leave BAP. station t midnight oa too Uth, to arrive in Kh-hmowl oa the early morning of Urn Wth, sad returning will lesw aachmood at mhtuUcht on hit lltm Begufar trains lsavs Washington at 4 JO sag MkS7 a. in and IHpni Tickets are good on any train. Has U4at It Jtown. fmm las A'M -'u JurtL WUUam Walter Pholps, Walter- to uotamay, aascoauo aoaao tot a vaca laVtML life dataVeeyMUmtahattal JaaMVaVlaat AaaMQaUal kW t$90& !ui li that SBiflMGi Qi ki f Iffltat t IT WMM SAni Im lUttfetiaB INMH ttO couatiygaMt, aajf. tho afisanVt; mmta ao coauomAiuousiy aua aaw wwy TTaBy The i-hlr'PoMit may ttrtvi a tHwMMa4tftta Wmt b at the foot. Mrtvs to Uts4 In his is gnucrsiiy loond itaR tNjgaMraeiA SaaVdlaWaaiilBa aWai SAJKMfla dattQaV mumwKm mwr tuovums tmdt math a&a ttosice iJ Ui-a on axuost- I RE WAS N9 HV'SEED. Itwt CMy VVsrs trre .Tirtt ft Wtlte Strange tn mm. "I am a stranger In tMs W"M a m with a fur cap on, at M ewWNat Urn WwralbrMte sweet stattwft-mwwiWri other rmy, says the Detfrtt J"w . " vT ell ? " queried the SermBtwH. "Well, I waa up hers c ttre AvWHW lokln about the bnlMlnfS. " I to mystlf, av I: "'It's a mlahty lively town, al every man seems to be good natttted.' " "Tes." "That's what I said, von kmW. when 1 a car came alone:. The man who was a driving of It motions to me asal asks If I want a rWe " 'This Is hlml," says I. a I hopp-d on "I'm only a slramw here, and yet the people can t do too much for me.' " Isee." "Well, I hstl Jnst tot seated when a chap comes In an holds out his hand. Says I to myself, says I: " 'Ow's this? They not only ask me to tide, but are triad of my company. I'll shake, of course I will.' " "Well?" "Well, what dM the deceiver At but laff In my face ami demand pay, ami when I expressed my feelln's as to sneh conduct he gave me a lift off the car and tumbled on. Says I to myself, says I- " 'I'll go a ttrn ml to the police ami see If It is regular and above board,' ami here I am " When Informed that It wm regular ami according to custom, he replied: "Then, It's nil right, ami my Ig norance Is to blame for It. It's all in being used to the customs, you know. I'm thankfully obliged, nnd when I was coming here I says to myself, says I. " 'If the police say It's all right, then I've nothing further to say, but the next driver who asks me to ride will get my left duke on his blinker as warning that I'm no hayseed." ' EXCESSIVE INDUSTRY. Men Thus Allllrteil Are Bfltitom Known Tilt They Die. J-'ttm Att Iht YmrSmnd, Some men work because they love wotk and hate play. They do not shine In society; they have no conversation; the fair sex arc not passing fair to tholr distorted vision; the whitewashed cell ing of their office nnd Its shabby fittings arc more attractive to them than land scapes or Italian skies, and they nro under the agreeable thrall of no divert Inc hobbles. In Heaven's name, let such men work all through the day. If they like it. They accumulate) Immense fortunes, and even though they may be ralsorly In their lifetime, when they die some one benefits by tlulr millions. A man of this kind on nn enforced holiday Is n very comptsilonaulc object. I remember one such who, while driving through some of the most en trancing scenery of our land on n fair suranier day, hid his face behind a Jour rial of the money market all the time. His doctor had told him ho would kill hlintelf If he did not take a change. He olejed the letter of the Injunction, but not the spirit. And he did really die n little while after of paralysis of the brain, or something of the kind, due to excessive Industry. The way to make money Is to save It. Hood's hartparllla 1 the most ocooomleal medicine to buy, a It gives more dots fur the money than any otbtr. Sold by all druggttti. trntlilncton Stock Kxclmnco Sales Regular Call 13 o'clock in. Watb. .Market Imp. l!onl, jejuoo at 115. Anier. nranbonhoiie. 50 at IS. Mltcellaueout bonds U. S. Eleitric Light lit, u's, 101: U. 8. Klectric Light, SM. O's. 158. V. X 0. It. It. 10-40 o' li'M-'M, 1081; W A. U. ConisrllUs 's, 115; Matonle ilall Au'u, It's, C IbOS, 101; Waih. Market Co., ltt Mort,, O's, 110; Wash. Market Co., Imp., O'i, 115; Inl'd .t Seaboard Co., C', U 1S67, ; Wash. Lt. Infantry, 1st, U't. 1WH.9S; Wash.Lt.lM. faatrj, ad, Tt, MM, 96, Wash. Oat Light Co., Her. A, O's, 110, Wash. Hat Light Co., But. a, u'a,i30, ll)enlc Ice Co., ltt Mort., u's , ; Antsrleau Sseurlty aud Trust, 100. National Hank Stoekt Bank t Wash Ingiou, 450, llank of Kepublle. ITO; Metro polllau, 270, Ceatral, 9U); beeond, 300; t armers and Mecbaales, !V7; Cltttsna', 170, ( olumbU,175i; Capital, 119, West KuJ.lOO, Traders', 136, IJncolo, 118. Itailroad titoeka Washington and OeorgatowD, 3&0, MetrofoKtaa, 150, Co lumbia, 73, Capitol and North O Street, 60, Kcklngton and Soldiers' IIouvs, 65, OeorgstoHu and Tvanall town, W, lirlght wootl, . InauraBee Stoekt Flreusn's, 40, Frank lie, 5S: Mktropoliuu, Ml, National Unfam, SI; Arlington, 1S5, Coreoraa, 861; Colum bia, 17i, German American, IK), Potomac, &6; Klgga, i, l'sople'a, 5: Lincoln, 34. Title iMurams Stocks Keal Kstate Tftlt.WT, Columtaa Title, i, Wathington Title. Gas and Elsetrte I.lat Stocks Washing ten Gas, 47); Ueorgtown Qas, 50; U. 3. lctrte Light, 131. Telephone Stoekt FsnnsylvaeU, 16, Chesapeake sad Potomac, 70; Auwrtcaa liranaophon, 141. ilUJlaBou ntoeks. Wasblaaton Mar let Co., 17J, Washington Brick MathUm Co., 340, Orsst Fails lea Co., 3U0, Hull Hub faaoraaw Co., 31 , National nafs Is iioit, 914; Washington Sam Usposit, 1 S5, ashiottoa Loan and Trust Co., 4j, Na tional Tjpograpnie, 191, Msrgenthalsr, U, lnmaiw Huu Carriaga, J, American security and Trust Co , 00; Lincoln Hall, to. Htgisuic Icn Co., , IutoruMa BuikltoK Co., . iUurrieb. ObW A LD- Bl'KNfi -On Oetobsr 7 USS. at law Hith kirest aoHhwest.m Washimttoa, S. C. DstU C Oswald to KaiUs M. Boras OWHN6-lUWAHim.-On Wsdnssda-r, Oc tohar 8, UtM. st toililsaiie of hvtan's pa matt. Pruuss Gnoras'a roaaty. Md by mnr John N Wright, Mr Charles 9 Owmw to Mias Clandms x. Id wards So cards. JBJ.KlK6-wiLLUMS-On Tharaaar.U! loeor . am. st m w-nsm 8 I.hrthsBsv Uooraet Bwwrtoa WttHasM to Br wassuigios, o v. Hliea. BI'UNs-Ob Tharadar. Oc4ohsr S laW.M Da, Ktotsa Moaa Bams, Uiuatr of A f and M.S. Boms. ai J7 awsuasaaa it days. Fnneml trom the rsstdaaos of hsr aarant. sat L ttrsot aurtbitsatVaasatday. the tub last., at M a. m KAMJaOai -Oa Octohsr , W. Thomas K Baraoa. Fuaerai from hla lsJs rssktsaca. tt I attest imithw t. hnndny, Ooionst U, at o'clock y av Kt-latlT. iristirti aad mamhsrs U nn, oi L. ar mvitad to attoad AKUlw-W'edasdar. Ctuohsr s. taw, Bisln BsbtH.cn Andrvwa. lanjhrnr of frank aad Lidls Andrews, to bar 7th war. 1-KAtiCtk -Octohsr s. Urn, at hi tats tssl diu.. Ut Jtassacbuaetts svsauu, Cmurs Frauds, In the 7Sth jax of bjsaa. innarai wiar.laj. Outooar 11. at i p at BA8KSY -In Grand Isls. Vt , Ontoosr . tiaihsrkag Bsrnsy ul BtUiags, atoat laiorim-Lt at awsnton, t kwr sT!Bk-harl c'olbart. attoraort aa4 uaiafal Ulsess. nkb hs hors with Crtsusn lurtunds, dSDartsd this ttw ta tea truuapu Ql faith. aed 4fi renxs T monihs 8 da KuasrsJimndsy. October U, uiii o -. IromJoanVasteyA V Churc. Conasutl i.ai svsnsii. satwosa i. ana a streets aorta west Bodr will Us in Oat bom 1 v m ti 199)19 BeUUvo and bisons are tesp fully writ to attend Uil t UAnKltW-tmoartsd this Urn Ck'tot Mjgjigs); ajAins.j;ba hstosd wi iMis. vamfe hs bora vita truaChrl Uiusv auatti immtt m mtobsnd Ho. attta Ksii sxd rear. born in Lojiu Gecamsj hkLLY - Wu OttoUir b IMM. .i m h . bath Hoatilttl Jaow aliy. ia il.t l.. "... ut hla u tUftl -iM Umlassosy. October i. Wfli at- attsw a short wad painful sal alaf Inttat faalilnimial 7SB ''" MfTahtir aMalaV UaW EW ICmJ! hatlnbaTaSal .t.KH.l THE KESPECTaBLE M. The Way 9atnn of the nnnen ItiiV OtfttiaM. W tt i 'fcwsf prtir. The tavotte tim ih nort cn h vwrfowsly awtgned t pMw awr! Pratrc for the'r origin, but Ve Jighomely afiwihutfm' can b cl. arty trace to a iwwrt rwpweiaWe aMfmrity. In the frurtcenth and fifteenth centuries the nanne was variously written rtgu, gia, and an-ltr, and sfgnlfreri ilmrdy "the fiddle dance," from the German gefge, 'avtolln ' We hear of these gurnet, or "fiddle dances," a early m the days of the wandering minstrels, the pecu llarlty of them being an entire license of rttp, so that the most nntslented per former could Join In. They became fashionable among the upper classes at the Wattcati fete of Lowls XV.'s time, lmt were naturally danced with consld erably more elegawce than their prim Itlve form required They still retained however, their miscellaneous character. and far from any symmetry of motion being demanded, the igne was not cor rtctly executed unless several varieties of step wrre represented among the dancers. It wss. In fact, a "medley " We can scarcely overestimate the In fluence of Lnlly, the rhtf d'orrfitttrt of Louis XIV , on the art of dancing. Ills band, which was known as "the twtnty frur violins,' was required to furnish all the music for the Ww and balls of the brilliant court to which It was attached. The gavotte ami bourrce have been ascribed to him, but probaWy without reason. The cotillion, however, ha a more legitimate claim to such a paternity, and most likely was at least perfected In the brilliant ball rooms of Versailles. HnBcratown Fair. The 11. & O. 11. It Co. will sell excursion tiehets to Ilagerttown, Including ariinhwiofl to the Fair for all trains October lath to 17th Ineltidre, valid for return until Oc tober IStli InclaslTe, at reduced rates, ami on Thnrsday, October 10th, will run a tpectal train, leaving Washington 7 30 a. W. Ticket good for this day only ft, in cluding admission to the fair. 81'KOIAL NOTIUnS. r25r-HErOKT OF TltK CONDITION - or HK COLVMBIA NATIONAL BANK OF WAMI 1N0T0N. At wathlritnn, In the IHttrfot of Columbia, At the C1oe of Ensliic. Ootober V, 19m. ltSSOUUCBS. Toannand dlrcounM J85S.0SI 70 UTerUratls, fecuretl and ansa tarwl t.t74t ti. 8 botxli toreeureeireulatton. S0.080 00 Hue from approve! retwrvearents 11S.ITO n l)tiofrt)tn()llirtiat'onal tianks. . 4S.MS 7i line front Stale banks ami bank er 1,TS Hanking liouiv, furniture ami fix tures 7:1.079 21 Currant cxpcbms and taxes pakl. n -a rremlnnH nut), 8. ttntxls 1.7H) PO rtiecksandotliicahlt9aM l,t 8 KxclifliiKc fur cl wring Imhim .... W.9M 96 lllllsofolhrrbatiki '-Meo CO I'racthmal paier carrsmiy. nlsk- el ami cents.... SIS IS Pfwle l.amiO Icsal tenter notos 94.7M 00 !tl?m.tlon fund with 11 Treat- uttroprcent. of circulation!.. 4.SS0 M Tctal .tl,f,0 41 L1AD1UT1IH Capital "lock paid In JtW.000 00 t-urplut fuwl at.Aie0 fadlThled froAln 1,SW SS Natloeal bankmitesoutitamtlaa'. 41400 CO Iilvkliml." unpaht 1,747 SO InillvldHal deposits aubject to cheek 1,11&,19S Demand enrtlfloatea of deposit .. 91 V7 ertlted obecXt I.STt IS IHi to ottter national banks S.tUI SS Villa parable (dofarred pajMeat OB UasklBK Uoum). . . It, WO 00 Total .!., M IHlltkt f C'ehrmtia, Cwnfy HMIM. I. E. SOUTIIAItD I'AKKKH, Oahlrot ttw alxive named bank, do volenmly nsartbst tkc above ttateneot la true to the best of my kSoVtlet(RBd belief E bOUTIlAKD r.t RKKR. Oaabler. (ubscrlbed ami awora to before bm tbla Mb day of October, UM TllOtl. II. VOVNO, Notary public. Correct Attest: MYHONM PA1IKKK, AUIEItT K. FOX, (1KO. THUHHIIKLL, 11. K WILUAKD. HHAINAKO II. WANNBK, CHOSHY 8. NOYW, O (i.bTAPLBd. ii P. LEinirroN, OIIAS U 1IUI.KY, JOHN I). LA11NBH, WM H. OOKLEY. JotiN joYiriaoN, CIIA8. a DONOAJffON. W X.BAHKMH, PlrsotOM. Kr'l!KTHBUKVBD. DK. WIIITK, a1 CllHOI'ODIST. 1414 reoea. ave.oppoalle Wlllar.l's Hotel TbonMBdi from far aad sear vUlt Dr White's eftablUbmest for relUf froca and avoMane of oorct, boalosa, diseased Balls and all other foot troeblee. Uoara, 8 a. ra. toSp.ni. uBdaya.S to It. OaVee fee, fl per vUft f or putting the (eetia good order. Kstabltabed, Ml. S: OTICE TO TAXPAYERS. OrricaovTHt Collsotos or Ttxaa, D. V . Oetoberl. UM Paranast to lbs provMoasof the act ap proved October 1. WW. all arresrairsa of en eral taxes prior to July 1, WSS, and iwa seats for apeetal Unprovsownts, lasludlu the ktyinc of water mains, war dun to, and the iieas for v. blah are held by the Mstriet of Co'unbut. say be pant until OCTOHKR St, late, with per rentaaa Interest la lieu of the rate snd peaaltlea now filed by law, and all accrued toiu E tl DtVId, oeS.at tolletterof Tssea. U C MOCHrULK CO OPBK.V.T1VK HO eletT Hetthere of thi uieietT In Due Irni of ttm Uula uud to AHLIL. taSt. and iatereetes ta lbs mailer of eonl and wood W uld cell nn the SBdewtsweil before oeTo BEB 7 for baforauUkm, etu . A T. Inwdy. SOa A t a e Asr'l Iteet fhauth ThunBeon. 1 Fktnw, KardP IMr War Dspt . L Van derhoef SSI French at, Bu Mat . B C Psw cett. Sua Mass sve n e. Fourth Aad off , J B McTabe.ttsdstBS P O Deot.H.W Smllh. TM B St S w, Q. M Q'luf.Tr Hnnt. MM Miw, Sixth Aud off . L. B Crldley. 70S L l u w, Beg's off , T4., John Morrtwn, t B at n w, Penaiun off . or Joasph Jouy. atls Pa sve a w, Snr? Gen 's off ; Edward sxtoa. mjait Gow. PnV off.; J W osacoVn-f wSK.sS setary sslsim JJjhT'J- WiLUAX LBE iMaBftCanWBaBBf IA IbBBBBBbW XaBBBBVl1 aBBBBBBBBBW VjUSajerAKBSt. aaSPA.AYB.M.Wv Btsach Oaaea. aai Mnteinndsse. s. w. AJUtatK-AV SaTBMY AW) TaWSt CO Tawx. list Msa Mr. K. W Absolutely nrontoof Mow randy fur the stvoaasof PatBMars. Piano. I Bitter' . PfeturaaTltknena. 1 k,Tmjahs, MA all Bortanbi utndae tmA K a - -i-t v..-.. -i nttanit.Ml to. Call a" eumuniT bntldTnV nfttmoViaws door Telephone ato na. ssM,la nsmoral Msasjst s(h2OLl)Ba' StBtlhV8 iMf fosiwtu. C. Oct. 7. U40 tia' Tnsre wall ns a ametins of ers of tho XeTormk-k Ci towns nr tor the nurooae Blatters -" to .... on WI DAY. ( st the 1 ucToaaa is, uaa, at s Mwu bv, laaiotrruu HoLnL A tr.m., the Haxlunju Thsattn. . lis- rKswdsnt u lAltWalKAnCfieas. ocSut fapSB- 1 B B4WSY. D. t . aay Ajattstant osjswastrator of the tTio KtiS.j ufJSarylnntl. has sstsbHabot at WU PUtcvutb atsaat oortawest. and aoooka pa lr oada. tiaa. oiuoua oxide and aS an tbntka sjiBtlaistsred ouSlsj s-M-WBT .OT aUVI TOt7 WKOm m madsbf one of the moat oab-bratsd carters m AanHaanl Pstnes aaam as taiosa staw; r3fLADUS? LSIMB4 LW- - Htm aVt.aaV.ry la the wis uv a.o.1 bvunri Crams nsnuf.rurer Ui tUe i-ity IV1 at d iS her kcr h&L-oi, Blestblus a.ad 1 1 , uiu Btcaw and folt Usu alters 1 u i U u i-l alkUs Orders t uit aLLcu-1J o 00 '. n w atuokaoid uatareua tvAsrrn- ftrr.r. w.i; ltran tTtmairrn st. ut A pvm llv f two ramble tKm-jmM.Htri rmt referc ace 'all btt wean and 7. lit it WA KTP-fitHStA,v ntftti TO IW ottS tr bonsawork. 7H7Ustait TOSt "WrARTUD WOXAS TO COOfi, WAa t ami Iroa for family of tfrv mit b a (rowl brsad rralicr, awod wan for etmfl e i k moM hre reference. Apt? 1'1 Uirpi I55- w" R acd a and ith andmb ti. WASTFn-JtAS ATO VTOItAt 8BHV ant ,IAlt it. W ATJRB. SM F st n W WASTKP-A MHOT.-A0im OURVitt woman to w seaeral homework in a smalt fatr fTv of i pwsniis Aim'T SSS g t n w. hat 4 aad a o'clock ojt WA5TETJ A JtFAT, ISnraTRTOft white alrl, AmerleaaoTQernHm to rook and do bonwwwk; no waanlna or Iron tnf,eni home at nkckt; good leferencC' (all at lMtmhrtfWtaw it "trA!tTRt-A SBATrDtORBDOIRT.FnR V irereral howewrk" mnt com woli recommmaed; trowt watres to rlnht party tall at 82 g street s w 7 AltTRD-ROT Tr)Rtlrt AN BtUV TOR V not nnderlSreaMofae AnntyatRoom 7 itstSTav :n WA5TBD--A SBAT WHtTB (.IRL AS nnr for Infant , pxpi' lenoe and bMt o' tffrmtrfrrnlrert Ingalrs 1 1 r t n 7-8t- "trANTKn-A WOMAN TO COOK A!fl do chamber work la a mII family; mart hare flrt rlaw reference Apply at ISIS lllhstnw 7-at irAWTKr-SBrn.BD whitb or cotD Y woman aa cook; tntmt have iweienees and May at nlnhts Apply at 9ft 1st B w. w ANTBT-11 K 8T. A YOtlW CObn man aa waltert aImi ww nmm Ia vnth rtlshf and heto In kitchen 7 St t7ANTBr-A WHITE OtRt, FOR OBN- eral booework, mt be a aood oolt and waher and ironer waaestfo Apply at Ills Maw area w. 7 it 1VANTBD-TWO WHITE OtHM.OSETO cook and wah ami one to fo chamber work and alat nnrslnr a small child. Call at isms ft n w atlnrssop m 7tt w ANTEtl-A I)Y WHO CAN HEAD manncr'pt Apply at thl office. WANtlD-slTUATItlrtS. w. ANTEPDY t nBSVRCTABl.E rOt.'D fflrla. blacefi. one aa crmtt th othpr n chambermaid Call or addrem 49S New Jersey aye n w. lojt WANTED-DT A HBfirRCrABLK COID boy. ap ace aaditcer or walton private family Call orad)re SS7 Nut n w. lost WANTED-A SITUATION 71Y A YOPNO colored a-frt In a traall family. Call at lllTBtli tn w. lost WANTEO-IMVEniArBLY-StrUATlON ai rhamlermaltl and waitr by a re epectable Oorman girl. AddreaalllS Wh n w 7ANTED - POSITION AS OOVRRNBS8 I In a famllv with two or three umall children- competent to teach tnuiile, French, English, elemtntaty Latin ami other necee fary branches. Addrees Dox ISP, AnnapolK Mil. 9 It rANTKD-HY A KIIIST CLASS rONFBC V lloner a'BWHl situation. Call J36 Teon ave n w 9 it WANTED-Apim AT ION AS A WAITER, valet or courier byyonng man asel 2Si best references. PteaM I'rench. Ensllth and German, private family. Addreaa P 8 , SULaarenw 9 St YUANTED-llY A COIOKED WOMAN A place in prlvatn famllt aa cook ami general lioue girl or chambermaid, good cuy rrierencen Apply ii, atp t n w &-n WANTED-llYA HBHl'BCTABt.R WHITE woman a sltnaMon a cook Ins nrt claas private family: no olTtn to help with the plain watblng Addrvsn 8 K.. ihH office tt "tVAVTSli-BY A KIWt'CTARt.K OOt.'O girl, aplareaaekaniberraaM In apitvite family, can give the be-t of otiy reftreurm if reqnlrwl fell n IVH Hh t n w. sv YrA2TBI-HY A RSMrKCTANLE CtllI) girl a flare a chambermaid or lady' nur- Id a private family or boanllng houe ean furnlb lbs beat of reference. Apply UU th l n w s v AY T ANTBI-HY A W IIITK OIKI, A PLCE an cnamoermaHi vain ac ww M ac n W "WANTED-BY A NETTLED WOMAN A plac e aa cook or to do laundry work; 4 Team at tatt place, references. Call at MIS lt t n w, n-U "AANTEL-bY A hTKADY COLORED V V man. a place aa drlrer: la willing and obliging Call or addrem tISNatnw 8 St rASTED-BY TWO COLORED OIRL8- piacee. one a coos iBeotueraacnnio ner . Call at 163 llitnw H-n WANTED-BY SETTLED WHITE Woman a place to dogeserat Iwxuework or aa chambermaid In traall private family, bo ob Jeotionato helping to wash or iron Call or addreu StiCS I tt H it "WANTBD-BY A KEHl'BeTAIlLB COL'D girl a place at chambermaid or nurse or lady'aroahf. AddwaaA E. J.. llllCtlin w X7ANTED-BY A ItBfePBCTAHLE COL'D Tl girl a place aa chambermaid ur watt rex. ApplyatlibWMatB w wst WANTEI-BY RE8I'HCTADLE WOMAN, some laundry work to take home or go out by the day Apply .110 Ditsw and SSH Tletainw 7 St 7ANTED-inKItsI'BCrAHLKCOLOKKD gin, a ituioa nurw uruasmotr aooil refereeeee. Addree KATIH maid. WlUIAMhON. ItlSGatnw. 7 St WANTKII KOOM9. W" ANTED TWO UNPURNISHED ROOMS for lady sad ton In the vlciaty of ew York ave sad Uth t, rent not to ex ceed (It. Addrees A. B C. Critic otooe tt WANTKIlatt.SOm-L.ANHOUS. A FEW DESIRABLE HOOMtf. WITH steam power, eood elsrstor wrylceaad first elasa Jsnltorshls, to the FOeT BUILDING. for real at low ratss to Brst-eisss tenants. Apply to STILSOK HUTCHI.NS, Mt Poet BnUding, or PXANK MAGUIKE, snpsrln teed eat. l'KltS(I.NAl. LAI IBM WHO KRUC1KB THE 8BHVK Hi of a king eetabliahed and reliable Isdtee phyaletan may oonault Mr DK WILXNTll6 Park Plaoe, a e. bet B aad O and Uth aad lath U a e. Coasuttntla with tod e only seir.lm. VTUVt 18 THE TIME. WE WILL PAY X "big money (or nenU' Sret-oUwi sen oad hand elnthtng. Addreas or nail st JTJSTHS OLD STNO, SIS D M, B. w FOK SALKUOUSBH. arwearvswu- TV SALE-IK AUtXAXDKIA. (-ROOM trams hones, nst Snlahlng; aydntat ta yard, lot lexiu; anas honw; prtos, taw Ap nljr to BOBkRT J. THOMAS, miom So. , Sit TTKJSt MALE TH OF THE CHEAPEST uton. 10L 101 and II I? bonnes ta Wi 11th at a mi tiro rtnrr nnd ianniniMit hrniTB atone trlaamiBsta, 7 rooms and bath, elaotrla twits aad gas. pries, Mjes ssh. f sea ha la see to anit or trade lor aood loss. MOMiV TU LOAN, t foKBY TU LOAN OH HEAL BsjTATff OS? Ill tntlase aeenritias at loweat ralsa of taint o 4s4aj where symtltyta good. KHTth t a w. tOntsTYTU LOAM OM OOOO sECUBlTY i)l TFUtOa.4mUVS MOsVEY. in AixatrHas TO LOAki OK HEAL BrsTATS SHCUnMTY. AT t AKB S PHH CBKT. H M- PAkKJUt. ItUfat Tt I QKEY ftl LUttii " All tttomstoanlt On nsonrity. B. m Fatn w and toi mmiranos. Horoat Si aad F sts lV,tSUNB ewejajBa1 si nHBBnnHnBnjo snwsfsanjfanjBBBnaant vm v vVB3aavJanBtBwemalBm UtMhTl tl aWTATW. TTHXtBALE-ABor 17 ACHES OH iO ST J? as st tended, on itu uu uf ihe sVikin ton and souueri oajbu eMwiwaj omjj pri. at the eatjLEe I tbs late cniol J aatit.e L-asss ouv cslled ' nUsesjoud a ijd opportuaky ur mteeiura. Fur Lirtit jW, prie olo nL'reufCHAl'IH BJtOWH SI it st S W. .irrrmt str.ra rt FOTfO w STICKNBT. Anethmetr, Ijr No (WFstree' TSCTTP.E9 "ALB OF VAIXARLVlM PfrOVID PEAL i-STAT IN ITT CTTT, T C. By tmim of s ffeed of trtrt ttrrtf tWWiled smort the land records of the DWWct of o inipbta. la itbeT f.ia. foito 7 t .. and at the Written rrnntnt ,if th hottWr of the note ctired on th hereinafter ttesartbei i t fm win wii atjrwie atiflttoa m frmstaf the premtsesj qoWltiNESDAT, THE 1STH TAY OF fWTOBER isnn at ", o'clock D m . all that oettam pie or pareelpt bToWM Ir'ng and beni th County of waetllnatnn, in ald D1trlcr, andkn"nal't evntn (IT In b'ofk ehrht (Si.ot the nMivMoof tty f ttv. p c , a latd down ta the plat hook of tl e Surveyors OB. e of the Dlstrn t ol Co lumbia. Terms of set- w os in cash balanca in me year, at s pwrcen' per annum till paid, secured by mw of tmt on the propettv. or all cash If desired, two depott at time of ale A'l conveyancing at pnrt her i o-t Telms to be compiled with within ten dsy or trnatenni rswrvs the r ght to adrertlw and ell at piiMMiwr's cost and risk WILLIAM f RTTTKSHANK, WILLIAM T OKIE. 2&3 frttc FOK KKNT HMId"t. TTttR RBNT-TJNFt RXMItRD ROilMS Ot J' M and SI fl ior might, furnace heat and open grte, all convenience M9 Rhone Island ave lost nOR RENT-TWO DEmRABLK rOMJItt.fi I1 eating nnfnrnlshed rooms, soannd floor bath, gas and heat rent low m R at 1 n VTORRENT SHANtmoMRLTFURNWKED I' moma en suite or stneto. on swond floor, with or without bnnrd: ennreatontto hsrdh and ears At tS IMh H. 10 t FOR RENT-HANDBOMBIT FURNMHBD unite of large room, art floor, and bath t rice f . Including nn, heat aud alien loo. ir Slat at n w. I0W T7OR RENT-S OR 3 8BCONH FLOOR UN X Inrnlnhed room with or without heat and gas, convenient to Penton, rtnw aud renting Office; bo children 4W Mass ave. FOR RENT-CHOICE SUITE OF FOR nl'hed room, art floor. Mao room on par lar floor with or without board; steam heal, sunny expoure; fine view of Capitol ami ground references exchanged Wl let eve. TTOR RBNT-tsn MA8 AVE, LtRlE J' fnrnlthed tnoun. lor t gentlemen oan be accommodated Mt IPOR RBNT-lTfi II ST N W, AN BUHHNT suite of rooms, with bath on l floor, oppoelle Metropolitan f hib, alo room on 1t and d IIoom sin 1ft h at Put JT'OH RENT -TWO COMMUtlCtTINO . secoBd floor rooms; fnrnlihel or ttnfnr nlhel nollght homekeeplng. aoCtaw T?0R RENT-SUITE OF LABOR Rl.B V gantly fnmlfhed rooms on !t ami 41 floors; tranalent gnesta accommodated, loca tion central, rooms very desirable, board nearby miLnt. sst iroK HBNT-lBRMANRNTI.Y-TWO 1)8 L lrable communicating 1 story room, unfurnished or pnttly tarnished, to adutta only; rontbern front, open grate heat, gas ami bath. 171111 t sst 7?0It HBNT-IWI CORCORAN ST. TWO 1 obolce unfurnished room on I rt'ior. with nlcoTc and porch, alsi rooms on M flror; sst J?OIt HENT-A n.RA8ANT FRONT ROOM on l floor of houso occupied by owner; well furnished and heated, J to a month SOI K at n w 9-1t "I?OH RRNT-aoOD ROOMS WITH OR I' without bcnnl; llglt boasekeeptng a) loweil Apply at TtMKhUn w. Sit IpOlt ItBNT-MI T 8T N W, I HAND , aomely furniabed room; new bouse; fur nace lieat. speaking tubes, electric belle, bath elc , references. 9 tt IjiOR RENT-3 ROOMS, UNFURNI8HHD, D floor, aonthern exposure; one aqnare from cars and lierdlcs; no other roomer, hot and cold water on ame floor am II at r w S St 170R RENT-RKMH-ALL THE DELtCV I' rlc of the M-auti for 130 per month at anno l. alto handsomely furnlibed rooiia If desired S St FORMSNT-FOtR BEAUTIFUL LAM'lE room. furnUbed, prlvale family: corner house open gratee, bay wlndowa In every room Ku'h aad east front, references re qulred 11(11 K tt n w. Jat IfOR HBVT-1W R ST. THREE HK)NfS on Sil floor en snlte or singly; furnished or unfurnished; all modem eouvenlences, bathroom attached; tuttable for gentlemen, private family Hit IX)R HBNT-IN PRIVATE FAMILY, WITH 1 board, luratahed Sd floor front room: bay window suitable for gentleman aad wife or two gentlemen, also ml floor back room for one Mil lllhjt n w. k-h FOR KBNT-SIS N J AVE 8 E. IANOK handsome rooms, bo objectloa to house keeping, alto rooms suitable for doctor's or lawrer's office, situation desirable, near Capitol. Ttt FORHBNT-ISIJQ 8T-1'LBA"ANT Room; fursUhed well, heated; lighted; SIS, tit. H,S; last together, tea. 5t KR RENT-NICB. LAHOE COMFORTA le room, with bath ad joining, with board: suitable for gentleman and wife or two ingle genUituen; private fanUly.Call at IMftMbstMw rit FPU ItKNT 1IOUMHH. TTOR HENT-UNFirRNlHHBD 1411 Mass ave. 17 rs anTttabts ssaaes IMS M at n w, U rs imoa lMNYave. 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THE NEW ENGLAND CAFE. MS Wh St, r a ns r Tins' arts. FlBIDINflACO.llTPa ave. filtKETF A CO.err 10th sad P rts.B. W. MR ESNAIIAN ACQ , IWTth st, n. w, roxri:r rov nit wit or. its. me. M. IIRII L, 417 Wh tt. itRr noons. w y snt'STBR sons, Pa. av. LANSBCROH A I1HO . 4S to 4SS 7ttt . W. BEATON PBRRT. Pa. ave. and Mh at.: THUS. t. LUTTIi RLU IMS Pa are. JOHNSON A LIlTTRBLU7tt Market genee T. RRINIIARDT. 10 7th st.a.W. Cteses at o'clock tutt aai.trs. 7. D. r.tLI.MAN. S7 Pa ars. T D noRAM, tnt Pa tvs. W S THOIPIN. TBI 18th L SAMUEL T STQTT. NatloBal Hotel HalMIng IN AM SCO UJC Ella. ANTON nsrHER.M8 0st. RAIIN'S. MS Oth st. or IWSJsd st J. HIJ-KNKR. lllHslnw. EstablltbedJSSl. r.Ti jtiyitH, ir.vtJK.i visas, ihami:, i:rv. McELROVS ART STORE. 1W Pa. av. riKH 1SSVMASC1S COMJASTVS. FIRBMEN'b INS (X) , 7th at. and U- a VS. COLUMBIA FIRE INS. 00, ii S Ftt. a. W. C ORCORAN FIRE INS. CO .mi 1Kb st. a- W. BIWW FIRE INS tY) . lt F tt. NAT UNION FIRE INS CO. S48I- ave. rtAtt'K MILLS. PION EER FLOUR MILLS. A- M. CROPtEY. tUKStTVKIS. W H. HOEKE.SKI Market Space. W. II. HOUOHTON A CO., Wis Ftt. H. O. TOWLES. 1007 Pa. ave. HUGO WOWCH A CO , SS4 7th t. II. Hl'RKHAKDT ASON.lOlstttthst. HACIISCMID X yi BUS, H7;thst, 1ICIE A llKKHMAN.l7m7tht.,W. nt()vi:iiiKS. 3 K.CLEARY,Sasilthtt.a.w. E. YOCJ.OS CO . No. WKht.a.W. HUME A CO., EST Market Spans. " IIOIHI.H RIGT.S HOUSE. 1Mb aad O Ms. a, w. ARLINGTON HOTEL, Vt. avs. and K St. NORM AND! E. 1Mb aad Hats. MBTBOPOUTAN HOTEL, Pa SYS td St St. THE BEtVlDEKE. Pa ave and W St. iiovnK-1 1 Kststtixa aouiis. THE FAIR, a e cor 7th aad He's. a. W. 1IAKSZSS A Sit 1IUKSU (iUQUS, LITE A BRO . 1ST Pa ave. llAMiniAHt:. P. P MAY A CO , Sst Pa ave, CHAS T CARTER A CO.. SSS Pa. aw. fi: vhi: i.w ash CAPlt. J FUSBBtL. ISSS M Y ave. ' ICV COMfAS'lHH, TBANePAKBNT It E CO . MSf Water St.. 6HBAT PALL ICE CO.. att Pa. ave. Ssw- phonn Vt, INPKPEKPBliT It E CO . Ps. ST smt tithst JKH JSLKttS. HARRIS A bHAFEK, UU Pa, ass. HOOBX A LBlMKe, thW Pa. are, A. 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