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THE DAILY CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOIJEK 11. 1890.
OUR THEATRES
A SH1NGT0NMASAGSRSPIYIS0
THEIR TRUMP CARW.
THE BEST OF STM AmKTfflvS,
Next We Wi Witt Bwi Masfe.
Both lhBi Ileum
WnH tt-KHTY 0F FBN liMr!(.ED.
Hnb Smith Will 0t a Rtttif Weteem.
Roirantic Drift at larrfa'-'-Bflf-
lsinc at Kenwm'jOwip
About Plays and
PI jets,
The week at the National, thanks to
a good play ami admirable company,
ling been one of the most satisfactory In
tlie hlstoiy o tills always popular
house. "The Charity Ball" ami the
Lyceum actors havo won for themselves
n warm place In the affections of the
"Washington public, and It Is n matter
of general congratulation that the suc
cessful Issue of the present cngneament
Is likely to Insure for us the pleasure of
nn annual visit from tlies delightful
comedians. Miss Cay van, Mr. LeMoyne
nod Mr. and Mrs. Walcot but strength
ened their already strong hold upon our
admiration and esteem, while Mr. Iler
bcrt Kelcey, by his simple, manly and
unaffected method and bearing, re
moved any prepossession that may have
existed to his detriment as merely the
spoiled darling of the silly and stage
struck damsels Of Gotham. Miss Cross
lnan, tho 'ovcly VkyUi Let of the cast,
and Miss .Shannon, the Irreslstlblo little
fcliool girl, will be long remembered
for tho charm with which they Invested
their respective Impersonations; and, In
n word, tho Lyceum players, ono and
nil, cannot return to our boards too soon
or too often.
At Albnugh's.that statuesque embodi
ment cf sweet and sumptuous woman
bond, known to fame and the bill
boards as Cora Tanner, was seen, and,
as always, admired, In Mr. Kidder's
clever comedy-drama entitled "One
Lrror." Perhaps the "ono error," or
rather tho ono misfortune of both M1h
Tanner and Mr. Kidder, which could
not, however, very well have been
avoided, was tho production of tho
liny ixactly on thu heels of thu some
what happier effort ol tho stme author
entitled "A I'oor llulatlon." MIs
Tanner Is as stately and handsome as
cur, her voice as sweet, her manner m
vlr.jome, but tho heroine of "One
Irror" hardly affords her the scop for
tl"drama'Ii effects we have coma to
exfect fn-in her. What she lacks, how
ever. In thrill and creep, she more than
Irakis up In gorgeous attire. A num
ber of veiv rcsnkndant toilets dawde
the eyrs of tho IwlioMer and divided
nJinlration with tho beautiful wearer.
Miss Tanner was supported by a
(cnirally excellent comjwny, the
Indl i 1 log especially deserving of
all praise, Mlsa Minnie Dupree, who
Is o pleasantly remembered from her
charming little Southern girl In "Held
ty the Lnemy," has lost nono of the
bewitching natctH which then cap
tivated her audience. Mlsa Dwyor. as
the murderous French maid, contrlbu
ted a chuacter study, admirable In
dialect, Gesture and facial expression,
red the entire play may be said to have
been presented with a complete-lies of
cist and accessories that brought out
all of the merits of which it Ts pos
sessed. IlnrrV BHou Theatre lma had Its
share of patronage during the past
week, and the excellent attraction to
be presented next week insures crowded
h -uses.
Levers of the vaudeville have had a
rare treat for the past week In Tony
Pastor's troupe at Kernan's, which
promises to be duplicated by May How
ard's excellent burlesque company.
Fraud Wilton, Hub Smith anil "The
Merry Mou-rcli1' at the National.
According to the New York papers,
The Merry Monarch," which Francis
Wilson and his
company produce
Monday evenlnsr
at the National
Theatrc.ts In strik
ing contrast to
cianyof thecomlc
operas which
have been offered
u the public re
cully, in that It
i, as bright and
fparkling both as
r as Las ever
.kVtS "
Y jijSNWO
I ten j: resented under the name of light
ptra.
The production at the Broadway
Tl catre, New York, was a remarkably
jucessfulooe, and tab was due, ia
part, to the excellence of the work of
r re'tlsts and composers, in part to tke
i f it s of mtiuberg of Ike e i.Y awl
I' putt to the l-oroutf-B- of tha
L tarsals and the msgulrlceflce of Ike
siKlacle.
The Merry Moaaieh" Is IU- work of
,T C -.ever Uoottww as llumiaw aa
I mile C'bubrlt-r asd Woolsou -lora. m
r u-.j-rstrs Alt-ouj-k both te local
r i a x irate ur ack wll. Use- la
Ulti lnessto a Frec work, for t
r ruinal sugge-slua, Ike story is ostt of
tt J it ost coLerettt which has been
ru .nie.l in a opra for -ay a
' nd It U-ll uwiely aa lucid-sat.
Kiol' Abso IV . aa East Is Uit moa
-i (h. requires a victim to he executed a
a ft tun- ju a sid, f-Uival which he U
a" i. .! M hold, but he caa't tad oae
snu ng bis subjti-U, becauat) they ate so
lrx-rseiy toyai At length a youag
j,.rruu.ry icUr, with w the
liuua are uut of jolat -s.aue- he thUks
1 e I as discovered thai hU W-dli-irt is
-. rti.!y uiarritd. U provoked lekjpuach
.t;ik Ki-' head, and thu sx es
j, ubuct for ec-
i'.ut theu the txuut aetrologex dis-
v. rs that the hufotcogea of the --&
a i.n'.dlcr are so Inlhuitoly aMftrtaieil
n .i i. -da -?-$ (ly
i ! if v. alter the deelh of the yos We
Lt in and of course the latter becomes
ji ii.1. ihn bHtct of the Kreahsat suite!
. it ju iiu- p.n-t of Bin Uhoi.
it.. ,ueihrt nmnHiuwl b really
1 1 ujuct of iUc Kiok. but befoie tub U
i-i.cicsd the Ktsg Meats L-uuli, tut
,i .dUr u i-iope wiih her. Uervwoa.
u i vubuaMiut under whoe ewe thu
, i j v c U Uuugh to the paiac. oamU
.urd to haot L4iU, dl far a
n io telicie4 (hat the uwidJex U
l t t Louise, tMs U pJntmuH to
I. h iiij! uua JJi uru of coeiiyll'- ttloa j
1 ,
uinl
be cud ti ttacovr Wawif
Ln.-t.aatw unumi autofcto If tk
irri-s t PrLaceas. Si tk.
i, '.'u-. htr hand and It-J-r
f unskiaj; It', liU Uii
ii uuj U.u i -"1
a.- nlii' 1 ! r--
. . Ii- - . '
1 nerc arc a corc ot catchy song, duets
atd cnoru'ea la the opera, nearly all
briftnt. tmtefnl utrd pleaMng, surd they
re a eofrerent pan untt parcel of trrc
work.
Cofigralal mm are (rfren fo Fratrels
Wilson as King Ann IV.: Charles
PlnnkeU as "iroc-i, the astrrw?er.
LawaJfnore as IHUim, the Prluew).
Neltfo Levfotd as Arm, a rmttd In
wafllngt. Matte .Jatn s L'W.ad
JlttjWi gfriTtri, the wesi-ktwwn WfMh
ifti'W wiwwwsjr, who wrcs his first
frofefonal bow as the Chief Pnbee.
here will be a raatinev on Saturday
only. All the original scenery Is brought
here.
aillH-fcVer'n nTlin Stivem SwWBn at
Altmi (Inimi Opent-lltft,
At Albaugh's Opwa Honitn next
week th MeCauU Opera Compasy will
present for the first time In this city
heir latest novelty "The Seven Saab
lane," which was recently pmd.rced In
2w York for the first time in English,
when It was at once accepted as one of
the best comic operas heard In years,
critical opinion deciding that the par
tlcular grace and spirit of Mlllocker's
music with the abundance of beautiful
ami taking melodies made It well
worthy of the composer of "The Beg
gar Student" and "The Illack Hussar.
The story is new to comic opera and
is said to be a most refreshing change
from the conventional libretto of the
Ocrroan school Into which politics too
often enters; although there is a story
of war and conspiracy, tho subject of
the plot being a satire upon the super
stitions current In Germany three cen
tu ties ago. Certain Gorman cities rebel
against the rule of the Duke of Wurtem
burg and a party of students headed by
Count Olmar enlist under the Duke and
are instrumental In putting tlown the
rebellion after a series of amusing com
plications In which tho Seven Sttablans
are conspicuous.
The comedy roles arc those of Para
celsus, the magician, and his factotum,
Ppot7.!c, both of which characters are
dioll and original. Tho lovo story Is
strongly developed and leads to two
capital situations for tho two principal
finales. There are four excellent charnc
ters for the lady principals Kathorlne,
tho Burgomaster s daughter; lladnelc,
a souureite part; i-.mcraurt, a young
widow, and Black Orett, a sorceress
Tho seven Suablann pervade the piece
with songs, dances and humoreequos.
The opera ts placed upon tho stage with
Lilly I'ui'.
the same attention to detail as always
characterises a McCaull production.
The threo scenes are all new. they be
ing painted by Arthur Volghtlln and
Meade and SchaoiTer, The first being
n street In the city of Stuttgart. The
second scene represents the wild moun
tainous coast of the "Fire Sea," taken
from drawings from the celebrated pic
ture of that name In the posscelon of
the lloyal Academy of Arts, Vleaua.
The third being a meeting room at the
City Hall. The costumes are ex
ceedingly picturesque, they being faith
ful reproduction of those worn during
the sixteenth century iu Germany. The
cast will be as follows:
Count OtHiar von Staar? .tliaunoeyOIcott
JoaaiiH btlokel, BurjjonwMUir ot Stutt
gart Harrj JUUtenlMiry
KatberlBu, lilt daughter Lilly i'ost
EBwaut!, a youm; widow, bU utwee.
Joplila Kaapi
Bomltattn Tlwoj.Uiutus 11.raclu9,
as astrologer, alcbtmut and
tatulehtH W V. ielitra
fcpatila, bft (awuliu William Ilia Udell
llanBelo. nW in the Burgomaster's
noute abowmict
Nk'odeauiZoxj. I Alder
.CharUN O.h-iu.11
Brasmiw XuBgl)
Allaurle
GIWBUr
KBoeulleMbHat'
I HMU.
John U. Iudty
.LbarleaTurstM'
I Harry 1). Cba
I J blooey
. .J. E. Murphy
i . UeoriieCerM
I .. t'buies Myera
.Qliarhw Jose
.lUrryL-Conley
.JubbK Dudley
... ,JmmJ Rom
.. . KslUCIioa
Joha BrailkiwalU
. .. -H. K. Clark
,.Iobn8lchar44oa
bplotfliSMitwau..
IllUxtchwab...
Keveu
tMiabiaa
tuttlwalj
bbaa '
Dietrkhv HeiateotMirs
llau t atautfeB
IletsrUh v. BoitweieU.
t ttovouKMlisceii....
I Irii'b v.tVMtiiMWW... .
I ernliard v UtHs
U ulf v. OutttawB
i mf v Tvuuial,ft.l
O W BecUaui
u ..I- iiisaiwi VathJlilfi C'aUroUr
Ota.. Jef'U; t'orlelta
larbera ..(XMraHeBderoit
BMHte. VtrroBW Itoreta
lelW , - ... OitoPHuee
beaeber Joha W.lwre3ce
i utfatttrie. bMu watuhBUB Harry Meyer
lllseju, city clerk FraeS; Board awta
t art v Badiiaslebi, BWecer of the
i ... wBva tieit
aotUrTciiizMa, Meld itoryivBU, etc
i The Itetueatle IrUU lira ma ,.!
u,oi-u"at UiiiiU' -iaeaire
The beautiful rottiaalic Irish drama
"luhavotfue," which U fuous in coa
uecllon with the mums of the eniioent
actor, W J. 1 loreace, will be given at
lUfrta' Bijou Theatre ae&t week with
a wealth of sceeety that has aehJeot
UiB witueaseU at ibis theatre. The
I DpfvI?
c"- :'
You hll'
" . ' ill
Li
II
.vu.peiy t.M', ul u. 'Uf " auuu
ttivrfl, tout -HI bt 1J bi Mia L dlte
WiiiiiiU hu ; Uuptis -.atiuc uf W tdij
tJI'Uu b u)d hi a lifUiiaia f vc
ttg wbiVLr Ue bw -i;.id M W
a IriijUt, , Uactou- liuk ou-n. fv.l! ot
ipaiklt a- i -ylxlt aud ittuJ:. Two
Unk xUli mid -uuiuo i-i, iwi
l i. I in 'In. i-'Kv Tuis ai'l.l.m a
id, . 'c - .. in '.vL. !i thi ii i
m iiiiui ii ' ta
vi S&T&0
lBi 'r l Jr r -.
wAtptL "ms im
e"- 'rvSa f
and the prewpetts are strong fo- -in en
gagement that rrmy possibly eell-nathc
extraordinary soccess of "My ,Trk " i
No dramatic field I, more 'rultf ii of ,
good restilts than that of Trlsh romHy
drama, and "Inshavogwe" Is one f the
best of the class. The temperament of '
the Irish Is of a jpwrotis, ImonlMvp
chnrtfiter that rarely leates tWt lives
iiMTentfnl or uninteresting . The coo
dition of Inland onertrtes to fill the
lire of Its people lth IrrehleW, awl
their IrreprewiWe wit and ierftl
nperiorlty to the moat adverse clrrnm
stances makes them exceedingly Inter
esting to the student of human nature.
May Itownrtr nnrltnnn Cnrtpnny at
Itcrnan Sew WnhlnttenThet.
The Howard Blf Burlesque Oompsny ,
which appears at Kernan's next week,
hs taken Its place among the lesdlng
attractions of the tiudevllle stage, aod
ytVSrV iiBfT7iiiiif fK-fiV
Mm
May ITovat'l
has established a reputation for arlletlc
merit and excellence which It fully
sustains this season. It Iia provtded
an entertainment that fairly sparkles
with bright Ideas. Hlcli-In elegant
wardrobe and magnificent scenery and
scenic effects, the company, witu Its
gifted vocalists, shapely queens, tal
ented artists slid matchless comedians,
can not bo surpassed. Its corps of
vocalists will prove a pleasant surprise.
Its first part, entitled "Tho Isle of
Bed," by Harry Morris nnd Fred Solo
mon, Is original, amusing and beautiful.
Tho Isle, which Is "located somewhere
between II. nnd B. on tho B. A O. Ball
road," represents an Ideal land of mirth
and music, pretty women, luxuriant
scenery and rich sensations.
No greater novelty has over been In
troduced than the great Shadow Dance,
the latest transatlantic fad. Tho sec
ond series of Living Works of Art,
which this company exhibited last sea
son with unprecedented success, will be
presented. These beautiful pictures,
which aro accurate reproductions by
lh Ing models, posed by the celebrated
Matt Morgan, Include "The Arrival of
Minotaur, "The Temptation of tst.
Anthony," "Beturn of tho Prodigal,"
"The Judgment of Paris," "Cleopstia"
and "Intemperance." There Is a racy
burlesque on the New York success,
entitled "The o-Cuuniy Fair." by
Harry Morris and Fred. Solomon,
which Introduces a realistic race-course,
with all Its exciting and amusing inci
dents, as well as great racers, merry
bookmakers, graceful jockeys and
funny touts. May Howard, Agnes
Kvantt, Llrislo B. Baymond, Harry
Morris and Charlie Banks are among
the notctl artists. Ladles' matinee
Tuesday, Thursday ami Saturday.
October 20, "The Night Owls."
lint Three American Troireitlans Left
Who Will Trtko Their t'lace f
There are but three American trage
dians left, worthy of tho name, on the
stage to day. They are I'dwln Booth,
Lawrence Barrett and Thomas W,
Keene. Mr. Booth, we are sorry to
say, li aging very rapidly. A gentle
man who saw him recently emerging
from the Players' Club, which Is his
home In New York, stales that the great
actor showed his 00 years very plainly,
and being troubled with rheumatism
he leaned heavily on the cane he used
to assist him In walking. He will never
again be the dashing JStMtlict, the
nervy I'etruthio lie was ten years ago,
or look the Melancholy Prince of Den
mark, as no man that ever played the
part looked tt, as be uiu m in youtu
and prime.
The glandular trouble which com
pelled I-awrence Barrett to cease acting
lost season and brought him to the
surgeon's table, and consequently face
to face with death, has prematurely
aged him, for be is only a little over 00
years okl, and as he has led a blameless
life, hu should be In the height ot his
powers. He is not despondent, but at
times he is ultra conscious of hU years
and inclined to be leudnlsceot and
morose. Edwin Booth's face was that
of the ideal student, but he sever was a
student In the broad sense of the word.
Itorrut If, awl U probably the beat read
actor on the American stage.
Thomas W. Keene, the third and
youngect of the tragic trio, had a severe
aitacK ot iiiaese twu years ago asu it
lcat him an entire season's work- It
w as a Uessing is diaguUe, however, for It
gave bin rest and retroeeeetloe. lib art
i founded upon that of hdiuuad Keaae
and the eider Hoolu. Of the former's
actine it was said. "It was Shakes
peaie lead by llabe of liUtBlug,"
asd trad Mom telb us that okl Booth
aoHtetiiaee so far forget, hiutself ii
Hichnfd that he would chad Bkhmumi
f roBi the stage at the point of hb swoid.
The wcuent theatre goer nites eve
hb tragedy more utodineil tkaa thb, aad
Keeae during hb coavaleaceace re
KodeUal his art wore ia eoatoaaure
with today's m;ultesuiUs. He has
juat completed the moat successful en
gagement ever plajed is Saa Fiaitcbco
and the paper of that eity &y that his
Uuha-td III. and luui XI. are ike U it
extant. Who U1 take the plate of
thUiMowLtB the curtain ling down
ou thm Kt the laat ttuu.''
MiM A ;- UunUaKlsM's .usnsuful
Aweauiiuw ia ..i-ul Jaas."
Miss Agnes Hu-tHaBto-t is well Itnowu
to YYashlnir-ffnfrnt-. -m1 bam, wImmm a
had ao many au-ial Ulumpi. her re
iuukaWy brUif-ua. ptoeasOua cre
kui. bs followed with tke dettpeet La
bel est. r'ri-k ftow fcr gtu tuccesistw
La ig-d, Mte Uu-t-lswUMt opeaad at
the Broadway Thtatte, Sew York, last
Mot-lay eva-d-u-, tn "Paul Juaes,"
vUkU tke criilc iiai4Kily pto
tiuiuice a t auLUMtlul bit. Oae
wtiur says "Plnsiaaf mefawtto -(Mt
ttroub aiy uUi aa4 xit-OAS of aw-t
fa.es ami pretiy forns eaiu in dalaty
i-rU rUt kl0- Bets 1 tUftk. of ts
uii.uct of "Paul Jones" at le
Sdoaaway Ta.e laat nigt. To L
i.ntB;.jn it iBade upon uut was Ui.ty
favoraU. I U-I MUa Aa- But
lu.B,iiUwri.visyMawt
tioutf- It wtet wk
i -bk-m aha) a uc a dkH Vit
at t- Prise) of WaJb)' Tsie,
!? was biulf ty fax tke sunn at
Ue-iivst ite ol tt mnmn- S1
a b.t. -t-eg tmtt ptp-st---a
lite -wiumv Ut fter fao, a cutti-od
wig asd- nttsctw.e. and a Sae, ro
i.'k UuU . . ' t. ud tr i .-Usiu'
iLl Ii U-f
I i j i u - a." L 1 B ' li" .)
It , I - .
usually do, though her aulrc t most
pictnrrsque, particularly In the second
ami third acts. Till, supple awd strom?
In appearance, she really looks like ton
formWaMe an axltersary for most of the
little actors In the cart to meet on even
terms."
rinihes rrom thu rrmtthehM Wews
ami irnt ofp.
It l ntnetlmes saM that the rmWtc
doe sot cure a fig, or anything else as
comprattrely valttehss, for the mtti
ncss end of a thentrteni concern, tart
that ts not the ee with thWe Who
know ho1 mnch even the most mer
itorious attractions are depend''1 "0T
siTcccss on the gentlemen who represent
that department. Take, for Instance,
Mr. It. It. Warner, the representative of
Mr. Frohman, now In the city with the
great Lyceum fltock Company. His
active and jndlelotts work one week
ahead bronght the merits of the com
pany to the attention of theatre goers
and led, primarily, to the enormous
business of the present week. A genial,
courteous gentleman ami a clever
hustler, Mr. Warner is an Invaluable
attache.
The management of the "Oat of
Sight" O. will make a feature of the
statue scene from "The Clemencean
Case." There Is something Inconsistent
between "Ont of fight" ami a statue
scene.
Donnelly ami GIrard's "Natum! Gas,"
so far, has made more money this sea
son than It ever he. Next week the
clever pair will be in Brooklyn.
TTIB ttlTISKK OIIU.
Tlieswett snmmer girl whom you saw n
the satnl
Ami frolicMng la the spray.
Yon will Bml, If yon want to behold her
affsln,
liy attending a matinee.
i"ou can't fall to see her If rlosely yon wan
The faces that tine the parquet;
For she'll umlleyiml the blush when the
leading fmti v
eliut happens to look her way.
.V. I". flcmlit.
Lady Dunlo has been appearing In
London In Augustus Harris' burlesque,
"Venus." Iler salary Is only X15 a week,
but the curiosity to see her Is so great
that the theatre could not accommodate
tho crowds. The Whitehall lletieit re
marks that this Is no particular compli
ment to the drama as an art, but Lady
Dunlo may not be to blame.
UAMt) ON THE I'LAYWlltOltr.
Playwright 1 would llko to know
the fate of the three act comedy which
I submitted for your approval. Have
you accepted It 1
Theatrical Manager I submitted
your comedy, sir, to three literary gen
tlemen, and they Informed me that one
entire act must be stricken out. Un
fortunately, each of them insisted on
the excision of a different act. Ftitg
endc lilitttr.
Chicago, hat Ing now the biggest and
prettiest theatre In the world, Is "hiou
also to have the blaeest extravaganza
ever produced. An Kngllsh theatrical
apmilator has liought all the scenery
ard costumes of 'Cinderella," which,
with Mlnn'e Palmer, was seen at her
Majesty' Theatre, In London, ami to
It he has added the costume of "Babes
In the Wood" and "Little Bed Biding
Hood," all to be rolled Into one gigantic
show, and put upon the mammoth
stago of the Auditorium. 1 ho costumes
alone are said to have cost the earls and
dukes inveigled into the London scheme
120,000.
The two SauUh dancers, Ctrmenclta
and teta, are running uuih a close
race for the greatest popularity. Car-ineLi-ltti
gives the untutored dance of
the country folks, and Utera the well
studied movement of the reeular school.
Carmenclta Is of the people; Otem ot
Ihe aristocracy; both are fetching, but
our own Ultle Amelia Glover is asclever
as either of them. As dancing seems to
be the newest fad. managers are on the
lookout for novelties in that line, one
having sent to Venezuela and another to
Mexico, for anything in the shape of a
pretty woman that la guaranteed by
suggestive dances to knock out Car
menclta or Otera.
The Canull.al lias the Cull.
From IU l'atlt KtMm Vnaid.
The cannibal's food costs him uoth
ing, and In providing himself with It
he also enjoys the pleasures of the
chase. The civilized man goes to a
butcher's shop for hie meat, pays a big
price for It ami nmls too late that the
butcher ha sent him a most undesir
able cut.
Which Is thu llent liter?
It h often been asked bat brewlug
eouqisuy manufactures the greatest Uau
tity of beer iu the world It hM been
answered la plate hgures; Pallet's I!roiog
Coutpauy of Milwaukee. And by doe it
Jtevsuae the i'abst beer 1 noted (or ite
strength, age and purity. Now is the time
of j ear for the jteui to tie built up, and
if jou waul to dolt order Vabst'S beer. Iu
UMbieer, Captain K. to. W utdkuuibe, is one
Of our old iltiiena ol this District, end
benfou order ) our beer from histt ou Kt
it deUrered with promptness. Do not rail
to gtve the Pabtt beer jour order, and uuve
ined ou will not do without it. rOO-T
North Capitol t. 'telephone uuoiber, Hi.
tVa-lilBsUu) -tek JiielutHse
l-lss4flu LU 1. o'elack
U. (..; 4) at iJl. n ass-(ias tkHttU
-A-l,J0tI-l. CO. Xtjl fcUuk.
1. at 1734. West E-4 X-tio Ua, "0
at 101. Btegs lam. 0. S at W; S at -i,
t'oi T fJ.. 1U0 at e. n', Lus sd
Tru-tCo., latti.
i.elliju BuJ I'. S. t Ktric
IJ-t 1st, Hi, 1UU; V. S. -U-'trk- Lisht.
i? ', 14U: W. A U. K. K. UMat O's,
im-' U; W. A 0. Covefi -s,
IIS, Macte Ha Ass'a, 5', V latw, lui,
Was. lU:-t Co., Ut ML. , l
Watm. Market Co., Iw., s,llai; UrVi
-ssboar4 Co., ', C :7, -; V. U.
l.ir, 1st, (is, 1W. Ms; . In
fu, -d, r, lu, m, Waah. &a Lteht
Co., r A, ', U; Was- (iuw t- Co.,
r. B, t-'s,!--.; U)geie Ice Co., 1st Mort.,
tie,-, A-rfei -K-M'Hy asut Trust, Wtf.
tk-l Uioik --t: uf Wae--iSi.u,
1; of K-iub, ta; teu-puTl'-U,
iS. Cs-traJ, 3U; -s-A Juu;
. and Htth-uk. I'T; lUlts-', l'u;
( o-iaaUa, 175; CiiiaJ lu. West Ka-.lU'.
Tradef', -J. i-ol-, :i.
Ksilroad bUt V singttin uul
Lss-Mato-B, -T. HtttviMjUUu, U, to
lt3Z Ti. C--l -Ad -ufth U strwt,
t. Kcktift.u and ' Howe, m,
ae-.jtet.au i .')aUU- U; Urlg-l-
wti,---
ln-rte atut t'Uc-', .. yrauk
ll, 93, Metwt-BBan, ; -l. I uiu,
31, Arlu, i. Ce--at . , C.i---bU,
l?i;S--a-t t-sartraw, Usj, lfvti,
H; -tfi - !''- H, Uu-ela, i-
;- t- ..,,. sk.h-ks K Tf-s-s-
1k,l7; Cc--Tl,(i. -aateeU-T
W. .
liasa-d i.Ua. I tgtit IftMa - Wi--toi
Uaa, . Ui-njetowu Oat, SO, V. S.
tkcwk W. WA
Til-t-u-s Siuck-Pui3Ui, -J,
t.M-l anil rtc--, HH Aiar-.'u
1 sjtis--"-1-"1 iliirki aifatnrfim ; r
aSJV BjBjB)aBBaa' ejpfffBMeiasas p anvaamxBay -sves- s"'"
let Co , ". Wasi4o- Kd-Mll-c
l, a-, -n-t FaUt -. C-, IA; tt-U
K-fu rat-.,ik X- -f-Lh.
,i u, .., W--i-tfto. Sals -W?-t, i-.
Vk i-;U'u Luj -id TrCo.,i. 3i
ttuai T.sri- . X'H, Murnnirtiliiilitr, VI
F-ku-u-O. Uwi Caroaja. I; Aali--'i
6w t-y and Trust Co., 0fi, ti:ui- H.-U,
Uvkiiii let, Cg., SU, -ttTu-.-u
-uadati; C"u
BROVNS .ROM BITTERS
Cures Dyspepsia, In
digestion 4 Debility.
Oood Walking Shoes a Konnlntfl
There Is no shoe houe In the DWrlot
of Oolnmbla so well known as the Craw
ford, and Why' Simply becanc Its mn
agers sell the best $3 and i hoes ever
otreted to the citizens of the District or
anywhere else, for that matter P dlte
clerks and trood and eomfomhle ihoe
will always continue to draw the crowd
to Crawford's, once yon gel a pair of
th Crawford hne. yon will ever after
ctmtinne to be a nttomer. rtememher,
the nnmher is IW)3 Pennaylvanl avemte
Yon will never forget lt once ywt have
been there.
?w Itrm.
On tho fourth page will be fotmd the
announcement of the firm of Hoover &
Snyder, formerly with lalton A Strick
land. They hare opened one of the
finest shoe houses In ihe city, for ladle
and gentlemen, at 1317 Pennsylvania
avenne, where they will lie pteed to
show to the public one of the btand
moet complete stocks ever exhibited.
Messrs. Hoover Snyder know the
lmslness thoremghly ami one can de
pernl that their patronage will not bc
legretled.
SlnrrURB Licence).
Marriage licenses were issued to-day
to John J. Farrell and Geneva Carroll,
Ndward Jennings ami Delia Morris of
Baltimore, Md Harris Garflnket and
Bachael Dambrosklof Waslilnglon.
LEMOH ELIXIR.
Us Atnmlerrnl nrrcct on the I.lvpr,
Stoiuncli, ltnnul, Klilnennit lllnoit.
Dr. Moziovs l.nnon rsiivtr ts a pleannt
lemon ilrtnk that positively cur?s all
lHltattsness, Constipation, Imllgestl'm.
llondnchp, Mslails, Kidney Disease, 1)I
zlnee, t'ohls, Loss of Appetite, Fever,
Chills, lllotclies, Pimples, 1'aln In Back,
FalpltaUon ot Heart, ami all other diseases
canned by dtsonlerwl liver, stomaoh and
Vldtieys, tire first greet cause of alt fatal
tlteeases. Fifty cents and one ilellnr per
liottle. iold by druggist. Prepared only
by- II. Motley, M. I)., Atlanta, Ua.
r.rmon Hut Drops,
For coughs and colds, take Lsraon Hot
Drops,
For sore throat ami bronehtU, take
Lemon Hot Drop.
For pneumonia and laryngetts, take
Lemon Hot DroM.
For consumption ami eatarrh, take Lemon
Hot Droix.
For all throat and lnng dlM, take
LenMiti Hot Drops.
An elegant sni reuniHa prepanuion.
Sold by ilniR-glsts. 3f pent per liottle.
rrepareil by H. Moxley, M. D Atlanta, (la.
A Wuman Merer llrntrojs u I'Httern,
mm I .
Mr. de Buyter Here's a nowspnper I
am very anxious to have carefully pre
served Mrs. de Buyter Very well, I'll out a
pattern out of lt.
llurglar alarms. J,
pbone call, 1 131-U.
It. Kite-Hug. Tele-
Died.
CIIYKH.-On Weilnesday. October . tM.
Mts. Lnelnda A.cryer of HtilWJelUi. wile
of the late Hubert ('ryer.
CUI'rBTT.-At rroridence llmipltsl n Oo
tober 10, 18W, at 3SW b. m of tyulld fever.
11 U.Cuppelt.ascd ss years. 11 month and
!R daya.
Interme' t at Sew I'arl. Penn.
SB1T -On rrWay. Ootolr 10, lfl. Robert
Hunter Sellx. vn of Clinton A. aud M dlle K
Seltit, ared3nwnlbaod IK days.
hnueralprlrate.
KNI01IT Miwntng of Metuher It'. !. of
pneumoiiU, Kuone C. Knlslit, s,l H yM.
riieerai tn .utinitay imtriuiiir, "vnnwr i,
9 30a. Bi.. from Ida late re-tdenoe, mT Twen
tieth strtet northweat. thence to Ht Mit
tbew'a ( bun b. where requiem mass will le
ofTerwl for tbe reKM of bis sutil . KeUIWes
and t Mends of tlie iamlly are rstclftillr In
vtted to attend. Intermeat at Moautdliet
Cemetery.
IHTT-.-On Friday, "ctober 1. 1400.
Francis I. llltts. of pneumonia, In tbeiHth
yettr uf Msaa-e.
laterment at Winchester. Va.
roi'B. Ob October twe. at '':15. m.
Matthew Varey, the bebTed mm of M.J. awl
M K. l'ope, aiced 9 months and S days.
1'uiieral frm bis parents' resklence. W7
fourteenth strit northwest, on Muntar, Oo
tubvr 1. at p. in KHeuds of the family are
respectfully Invltud to ulltnd,
sciici.tr, soTicrsM.
SSir-riiBT RELIBA KI1 UK. WltlTB.
iy CUlhWODIST.
1116 I'enna. ave.oiisltu WtlUrd's Hotel
Thousands from far and Bear visit IW White's
esublisMneat for relief from and arokne
of corn, buaioas, diseased nails aat all
other foot troubles. Hours. 8 a. w to 8 p. m.
SilBdays.O toll). Ofliefee.fi per visit f..r
putting the feet In gt order, established,
teSt.
!F
"SOTICJt TO TAXI 'AYKHS.
Ore -orruic
Cou.--ro or Tss, P. (V
Ueto-sr . Va).
Pursuant to tU Moytstaes ot tae aot n
proved Octo sr I. WL alt arr-W-Mst M mm-
eral ta.e prtr tu Jaly 1. 1 .l assess-
nu for ltl Isapwwameais. luel-dlig
the layiBir of water w-l '. i ow due t. a d
tlie Iwas for wto are -ld by tbe IHetrWt of
Culuinbta, assy be paid until 0CTO8KK St,
ties), with . ir ceBtBB iter ( ia lieu uf the
rate and inaUlo bow ti.ed by law, aad all
actrued tutts.
K. O. RAVI.,
s.at Cplle-tor uf 'rales. P. C
j-KOCUSALK CtVOPKBATlVB SO
k (7 ctety. s-sbcre of this ttoly In p
session of the trade card to APLIL, 191. aad
inter ested ia t- matter of ou 1 aad w ai
shmald call on tbe u4swi-ed before OCTO
BER 7 for lef-nnatioB, etv : A T. L i-sf'y '
A at B e. Aar'l Dl ' itit T-ompsu- in
r st u w, R. ard P. Inv War ftopt , L V
detbu.f.v.1 Frea.ht, Bu Mai : K r F
celt. tM W4 ate a e. Fourth Aud ''9 . J E
-Uf-be.-.-1-ttt-P ( Dpt.,U W --I b
TW-s w. ,. U.'s off.; U t Haat.Hlu
SHU, Si-tk Aud o , L. B Url.Uey, Mil
I st a w. Ken's e , Tss.; J urri-oa.
tii stst w, rV T , Dr. Jo-tpsi Jouy
is Pa aveaw.a rtr. Sssi-V usT.; iw-M
teit-a.-- H st n sV-smt. PtaV off.; J W.
Bar.lw.9MH at - w.Qsk Jusji. Taaa.. ,By
order of tke c-tU.J. W. AWiX--
r-arf. -
ggp-J. WlLUA-t I.W
lft-MMMl)r -A H-T L-Ma ffWIaQl
UNDB-TAK-.
--PA.AY-. X. W.,
ettCh Q---M -TTi-i - l.W.
AtUCA gjuvunr A tfr coai-
ii . r.w.
Ab-ol ofa dy - .
--m lea-f ts slot-ae t- r u re.
litta-s, 1 ver are, P-turae,!-?-, TruaJt-s,
Carria, aad a- iitb artu.'-. Puk
tag. Moei-y atM) bi win. by estssrte. (Mdssrs
by mm or Utepb' uc pr-j nly atuo-kid to.
Call aad eimsue at - s.s pa-
ssb?i,b; Us-sw
as-aM-cLi-' Mm
iaC W7-.-Kr. J T -5. T. s-W.
TtuJc will be a a -tlrut at to
an of Uw -isCuruui Cans)
Caaspaay fur - a-rpo ) of
matter- )!. tu i H ti i. ul
DAY, -CTOfn ia. am. at o-kk u ta .
&t tke laat ttal '1, JJ i tbe aAoA4i
1KB V
P. V. LAKAA, PrH
ixaV-i-7Rc, -a
J k- by. u i. .
S- r Iiisliit .nt r .... ,... uf th.. ,'ni
xirsity f-anJaud. has e-tabHsaad at WW
FUu. utb strewl : i u, -d ts pa
Uiiuwa. ias. Bit-w osMs) s4 '
Obc-cs a---- -rod I vise tag
lyfjR
BLiVf YUL'B -at-Tf
-utlMa-a- .eU-bnsted
c m ks
srf.muiwi
wJWa SS
MB XT.
tarj
a.tU I..B L ttMfcS
Mrs, kV.C-l I r is the 'i-tll b -'. 3'l
buu-H ttsJB- Bi iUf-c'U-r. r lu th
c-f c,a
-i.ti ,i ar bi.w . it.
111 14 -14
t-inwii S w and left ln'-.i tore It tt-
t .at sty a Ocdai (r..Bli't;y toW t i.
1D i. - mill
. 'X -i a' J-1. u-Ji L nan 'e" "- '"- i. -
J?? a?4Jlt. ,
CVJit -lli--ASiJl t" 17 it. 'MS ui ST
I JF L o vt led iS the Uu. f 'tut i, ii4
I ( l .1 V ir:.' Ui. u Kl. !-... Iv i- i
, t Ultc ( tn. 1 !u i ul. I 1 . '
' - - i-d J lt- J . 1
. .- (.'t-r ilUVk - I
sbswa.4.
Uias--U
Meiavuf-
WAXirn- ttrr.r.
rANTKP A KirSi. MAM A" 01 -trB
V awlKtant: mint be nMtrSTrfcvag and
WTnarlThf1 elrrt-i airt print
STS' rapTiUw. Ailftre" Bo St. this oiBrw
itrASTRn-
A C0WTr!Tlttetl, AWTT
ef sro. to artst tn howWSrort.
V ll rears of ro.
A war 1W1 B T are 111.
W AXTVD- TtPV WTTITW OtRf. TO AT
rend to th- jrrtteral h nsewor of a
srnati rrttnte famfly of i r.ojwshmr or
trnimiif. must ta at ntM. ei Jtrrth faro
nna avf e. 'I .
t ASTKt- A f'APABf B WBrTB ITOJs 1
V as rooit fa a pTtrare famflr iw wawMng.
IgWTtstnw . t.
-nrASTD-ATl!Bs ISTH ST.IH A F KM-
V Hr nf t wrvcaimMe noirsepa,1
With !"
refercw. Call bet ween S n4 i
lfllt
-TA3STltn-0mitAH 8M TO WO BS
Tt eri QTiFworK. rtt.tnwn,'
tost
AV
TASTID-WOWA3S TO COOK, WAlt
nt lfn for faffitit of to- mnt b- a
,. Ii-i.l rrMtkrr mA mrf for trnol r .K
mn tiivr- referenre. Apntr T"ll Ufit
Plepe. between R atxl S and mh ayj i"thM.
WA!TBT-MA AWB .JPOwAf" aBRt
rASTirn-A MttTi u tnun .RRstAV
women tn do n-ner! hmKefrork In a
rmalt family of
a tcrin
Apply JOS '. t n
w, bet 4 and
n'CliwU
i :t
WAWTBI - A MtAT. IStH StRtOl
white etrl. Anwrlraa or German, to
oofc and do homewnr no wiwbtne 'r Iron
lnt-;ennn hrmie at nlht- (food teferenceH.
Call at lMISth street nw. 9 91
WASTBTt-A SBATrOfOIBrHRtilrR
aerterml hrewrrlt! mast coow well
reepmmendetl; roid waew to rlptht narty.
Call al B street s w. B
-7ANTBn-HOYTORrN AS Bt.BV.VTDR:
not tinderl8rersofsr. ApptyatRoom
r. tm ft T are. Ln
-TtrAKTRri-A MBAT WHITK OlRt A
tt nnre for Infant.
einerteiwe and best of
refBren.es reqwlred
Inualrell t'Hae r
.ifASTBtl-A
WOMAN TO COOK ASD
V do chereber woi kins-
mI family: mn
have flrt rla reforencw Arplr f "
Uihstnw st
WfASTRIV-SBTTI BD WtltrB lR COl.'D
woman as cook; mnst havo r-ferriiees
and atay at night Apply at tB71 tn w.
WASTBU- lt K ST. A YOl'SO COL'I)
man as waller; alo some one to wh
dlhe and holn In kitchen.
Tlt
TASTBrt- W1IITB CtHt. TOR OBS-
eral nourewnrK, man ne s irooii onm
washer ard lrnor; waees $10. Apply at
and '
tits Mase area w. 7M
w
ASTKH-TWO WlirTK niHM. OXK TO
cook and waali anu one to eo cnamner
work and alt nnrln a mall child
Call
ii
at IS14 S t n w, at 1 nrs su p m
7-tt
lrANTBI)-
t mnnfrlpt.
HOY WHO
A pply at tld
(AS READ
office.
WANTI I SITUATIONS.
"W
ASTKO-BY A YOt Sti LADY WHO
has a tlemlneton trnewrlter Morln In
dourtoltkin typewrllei
llei AoareM .M(
II. II. i . sue u r n
list
WANTBIi-A YOt S(. MAItlllKO MAS
wlhe a Hwltkin a garilener or f1ortt;
either private r commercial: "an farnlsh
enrd refetdieea If neeewary. Addres A. R.
I.tTBMAN. Alexandria. Vr. tilt
-tvrAMTKl)-l,05HTIOJ
AS CASHIER HY
V lady. ianfiiraili liest ot reference.
lady. '
Ibis n
enee
II It
tin. St.
iifltoe
;AN1M-1iY J llKSPFCTAULK CO'D
IT Klrl,enelotakea small fara"r wash
borne ami the other torooutby tlieilayto
do plain xewln no obleotloni to sewlmr
with a drvsonasvr or dolne other work by
tie day Addtws M. A., tM U st a w H It
VaNTKP-BY a HBsi'RCT.MII.K (OI,U
) irlrls, pieces, one us rouktae other -s
chambermaid. Call or addre Ui New
.lery are n w. M-at
Vt
fASTBD-HY A RESt'BcrAHLB CMI.I)
bov. apaceaad-licror wait on prlra'o
r. P WTsiriit:r ur iil uii f if mn
C r ftfleiiw- (T S tH W. 10 St
family,
WANTED-1 MTt THlK HT A
colcied girl Id a small family
1117 th t hw.
YOl'WJ
CjII it
ID it
lirANTIIl- IMMEOtATKLY
fctniATION
t as I'lmrnrx-troaU and wnllfe br a re
spettahiefk'rmaiiillrl. Addre 'tl n v
ATrANTKn-POHITIOS A UOVBRNBeS
V In a family with two or three mU
children: ' oinptent to tea h muslo, French,
Knlls)i. tletetntatr Latin awl ot her nei'es-
1
sary brencbes.
uiresa ivj.x i, .noapous.
iiu.
TIT ASrYRIIItY A VlllSTCIaKt ONKKC
liotier a cHd situation. Cul! t Tean
axe n w
w
J ANTB1V-AIT( ATIOK AS A WAITKH.
T-lvl or cuuiier ur rnuiw sw t m
JS;li
est reference speaks French, Bnsl-h
and Merman
nrlrate family. Address r s
family. Addn
bU-RHten h
U :t
ArANTKO-llY A C'0OKKD WOMAN A
I, place in private fanili as cook and
eeneral bouse
ftin or cna-ixmaiii; goou
Apply llt Sth st a w a-St
city referenee
WATRI-BV A KBrPBCT BI.K WHITE
woman a situation as cook In a rt
iUm private family; ao ofe'ei'llon to help
with tbe plain washln. Address si K-.thia
oSloe 'It
IVAKTKp ItOOSIS.
"ItrANTBt'-TWO UXn'MNUilKD KOOitd
for lady and sou in tbe xtelaty of
New York axe and llth st; rent not to ex
ceed its.
Address A. M. U., CTitte -See. tf
WANTHIJ BII.StlK-t,.NKOUS.
t FKW DIK.B HOOM-. WITH
sie-a power, rood elexator aerrteeaad first -class
is-dt-rek'p, la the POsrT HCILDINO,
for rent at low rates to srst-clau tea-au.
Apply to STII-RON HUTCBIN-, H Post
BalldiBir, or FKA-K -AGCIK-, Saperia-
t'HKMINA-.
T AIiIBri WHO BBQUIBX TUB SBKVrOBS
lj of a lorwes fbli.h-d sail KtUU
fiies' physKl a may -alt -is. DR.
WlUi h, 1-5 Park Pla -It, bet B d C
and llth aud lit UsUB- iouulltloa with
lad es ooly y "
XTOH It. THB W-l, WB WILL PAY
1 "bUes"f-r g its' arst-cl i .
oa At Irees or call
at
OLD ST? MB. IIX.I.W
i'lli: 8A. IIOUSISH.
F'J',irLB-l5J AL:A-DWA."VOOw
fnuiM ho -.last tt-Ubinjc; nydrtl
mrd; lot ltl-llS; wu hoaw; price, f -W. Ap
2jl BOBiBT a. T.u No. .', U
I.10B hAI-THHB OF TSB OHBAPBtrT
V -H-ee in W-s-xurtc-. tflS. U aad 1
tlthatBe; two- y aw i -V-s-aent, keowa-
s tri Uc-s: T ro i 'th; eii I
Mis aad jum, pri-s, f-.am -h. tm eaak
hs w to suit or trade for no 1 lota.
t'OK KK-T.
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n0 K-T-UKIBBB--
IS l m are. 17 re aj1 a ds
M-hates.tSr
tmi at a w, n rs.
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JOItS f . vll,LM. St . ii" fth at .
h. liattBRUSg.wlTthM n tr.
,i. Boou Qn rrrce hoe tiow.2rth t.
sationaL ihitbi, anoB tobb.wp av.
H. WAtKBRtrtKBR. 1WI Pa. a8.
JOB A. RBPHftTI "irt'a avo. s e.
RIUfNit.
RfROS A (Tt, Ta ave and tf th St.
LBWfs .tortssos f o , iii ami m. ate
COhWS MAC.HTSir, Mt.
BATSMAN CO , ItllFSt,. W.
W St. MA TSF A CO .MO Th rt.
WCOfJB CO, 1 IT! F t.H W.
1 - ' - ' u '- , -,.
71 I A KS.
CISTPAL SAT BASK, cof. Tth St. aOfi r-
cmZKSf SAT. BASK. 81515th St.
NAT. MBTROPOLfTAS BAK, IS lMh St.
sBatsp NATioRAUMarthst a. w.
con mpia sxTiosAuati r n w
iiunuM. t.i.i its aM .sr.tr 1ovi:'hh
V.M. B1LLASTTSB SOSf,Ttht.
A. K WILLIAMS. Mt 3 7lh St. n W.
( tnt.si.r ruitiir.i nut.
m. c. wimuAS,tfirt.
v trr.nrit.
T. rRBUSD. W9tht..n w
VMITllt lilts
T. IIAMBr(BRASOS.B9IPaatre.
KBWYOrtKONB rRICBlLormSOHOU-B,
111 Tth st. M. w
ANPHJCW .? .OYCB'ii OSS. Wareroom.
10SB 80 (Vnn are : Kaelory, II lSltthnw.
W r OBYKH. wr ave Alsoharnee..
H'hB AMI CARMIAdK llAAH.-W tSU.
JbtlBHMOTTA HIKl ,819 fa, av. n. W.
ma i r.i l in i:it i .t. l c I '.'s.
T..tARVI8. hJSMhrt.
IlIMKKAM 1. r.tflWhst.
C II l.s.
TKMl'I.BniTBUHhrt,oi.U. IVit.oaioe.
TIIK SKNV BSOLASIICAFB, MSXh St.
i M.M'sf iius'ium.
HE! .1)1X0 A CO , VK Pa axe.
81IBBTZ A CO . cer. Hh and T sis. a. w.
URKfcNAHAN.- (O ,sl05thl.n. W.
T SKWTOS. trw It la axe, n. w.
oxri:c no tut 11 mr,t:nAT,ir.
M.r.HlI.MIT tth St.
in tv a oo lis.
V M.8llllSTBRASOS8.9181,a.aVO.
UASHtintOH A I1RO.. IU. 4S6 Tthsf.tt.W.
8BATON I'KKBY, 1 . are. and Kh St.
Tiios.d u'TThRLUisaom.Bve.
.milN-ON .. t.l)TTHKI,tri8 Market Snaoe.
T. ltElNHAHUT, BWtih t. n. w. closes at
S o'i lock.
K.J. KimiMI.. ldr. ae.
QUO. If. IIAIIIUS. SIS la axe. e.
nut mi is rs.
7.. V. (.11.1 VAN. OW 1 axe.
T. K (KRAV. 1311 III V
W. . TIlOMTMiS, WO IStb St.
flAJTBI T. STOTT Naibmnl Hotel Building
fl j. ,11' si lilfltHIfi.
ANTON KIW II BR O st
HAllN'i TOflMh.t t.rlMU dt.
J. I1IHKN-H llll.stnw .staMlsbedKlt.
Bllll Jh' SFW YORK STBAM IYK 1101 B
tup Sth St.
i;r ltijfiss, it.mt I I'f.vti s,
vha ur.s, r.iv.
Mc-HOY'8 AMT kTOBK. W-l Pa. are.
rim: iamuma'i v. iiimI'AXH.s.
FIR-MKN't' ISh to., Tth t. and La. are.
lOH'MIIIA FIRB 1SB. CO , HIS Fat. n. W.
( OMCOKAS FIHK 1SH. CO ,fM llth st. n. W.
RK.liK FIRE ISf . CO , ISSt V st
SAT. vxtosriRKlSB CO. -t- are.
ri.ii I'M fff.s.
I'lOSKBH FLOfK Mll.l. A. M.CROPLBY.
rvHXiTViti:.
W II. IIOKKK, mil Market epace.
M. II Ilijl'(,IITOS CO.. ISIS Fst.
II ( liiYVLR, liwra. axe
IU(. 1 VVOHC1I Jt CO , 88s Tth st.
II III HKIIASr.T Jk OS. !- 7th st.
11( HM -111 11YBHK. KWtthst.
Hot Et IlKRR.MAS..iT-i;tbat.8.W.
HuVft x CO.. HWa '.th n. w
s. K.IIKOWS Jt boN, eor. SSthaadl'a.axe.
Mftot i:miks.
J K.CLBA-Y,-llth- tt.W
B. YOCMiSCO So. -fcalSthat. u w.
llt'MK X CO.. ts- Market .paee.
nurr.i.s
KIGGs HOC-B. 1Mb and G su a w.
AMLINOTOS lUVTBt., Vt ave. aad It at.
Sd-ilASDIS, ltlh and H sta
MBTROftLlTAS HOTSUPaareaa-etb t.
THB HKIAIli-KB, Pa a -e and Sd t.
liinsE.m itsismxii mums.
TIIBFAIH. a. e cor :th and Hals B.w.
iiAitxiess ash iwiiss noons,
LL'TZ A BBO, W7 Pa axe
jiAi'i'ntt ami: a sniKTixu uooim.
WtVAOSBK, -71 18 e.
JIAItllHAIti:.
HABBBK - HOsi, llth ami U Ms.
P. P. JLAY A W.r4Pa,a.
CHAb. T. CABTBB A CO ,-UP-.axe.
iv i: vui:am axii t aim.
J. FVWsFLL, tt- X. Y. are.
If li COMl'AXIHS.
T-A-gPA-B-T ICB CO.. 7 VFat-r at. ,
K8AT FALLS KI CO.. IBK Pa. ave. TeSa
I $7$
ixi'ti -M'-NT Hiro, Pa. uv. sad J -bet
-H nr.i:ns.
1IAHKI- - S-IAFBB. 11- Pa, ave
-itiOBB- iBDisu.iieePa axe.
A I .ALT-aTBIS. ir, Worth
W - TAPP!.-I-Ut.
i. tim.s' rcHMDHiMtuooim.
PALAUs BOYAL, mh at aad Pa. ave,
IKIfOLAHs KB- . MS t.Matkst B.w
HT. -llA-1. -th aad Pa- ws.
l.ltMlkX
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JffJ.i;jAatl 3i- I'dtt'l utmttm.
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iJbliii i mi I JJ laamsiLal i usssbbsis.isbss up isssjsaasesajp-sspagaB-Bp
j.riiiiv .ttts ocfi.ii 4r4.
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maker Bef roe, iri s ft st n w,
cbris XAwiLsn1 rthsi
t has. k rtAjtsfBR, r rtn t.
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ABCfltHs IS,!.
HTBtstW.
Ko tMrrtri-e
nktx rtv a
-
m FTatb r
Py tirtneotartred r4 frn
erm Mr the lawt reCTiMs of Inn l'
inreria. bi invr l.t4,fo1rtn c -tfe
Writtrn rw-,n"t fvA h .1 Ii
n. te winteitOn the lietemifn- ,
lot we till! eliatpnMioarti .n m
the premlsrs on WBtJKjlAY. TUT ' :
rA fii (.ttobf.r wmnnr'.i
a'l that eettatn pe c nr pat i ' ' t'
l!ri-ileftMttntrrarorintyotw i i
In saw Otrtftrt- and known tw lot : r
(i;itnltoek ehthf f. o the tlMH
Uf Crft.u. CaIaMtowtnthnt
of the Surveyor office of the ntstrte
Term of sale- jam oa in eat. bla
one yew, at per ee, per annum Mil
seemed fcf deed of trtVt on the ptw '
AT Ml cash If desired; tm deposit at Mr.
sale AH eonveTanelnjr at pneeh.Ws t
Teini to be complied with wlthtri ten 4t
r (fTtteei reserve the r'rtf to adventst ai
et at ptrrehaser cortnd . , .
Witt. A tf CRCfStSASK.
WILLI T. "RIB.
qt
I'MOt'OIAI.".
nROPOBAI." POR THB PI RCAIE OP
I t selets Mies of Papers, Boot and
Memoranda War Department. WbA'im
ton, O. v , October T, . ioaled prop" !,
In dnptlcale. snhjeot to the nswri eowiftteBf,
will he received at this office aatll lio'cloan
aewi, FBIIJAY OTTOBBR . Is8, for t
pnn'base of certain useless tiles ot Mpe
brmtis and memoranda. a anthor1d by jt
of ConrcS. apidvited lehTiiry to, taw.
The- sncceosfnl bidder will be reqtilfd to fe
moro said flics, etc . within ten dsjs fr.
dar of sale. Full lnformntft,n wl I he fur
nished npon applhsmtlon to the SnpCjf
IHxbilon. TheIepBrtnwntrtrvetlnrt
to rr led any or all bids and to waive defect.
Proposals must be Incl.nwd In sMMd
telopes, tndnrsed on the outside, "PtWHtew
rrtrthel'nrelMseid tTelei File of Papers,
etc.," and addressed to M R THORP. ''Iran''
Division. War Denet tment oelMtASI,
rOK ltKSTKOO.IlS,
iroH HBST-AT TItB WOOBMOST, VOH.
V Iowa Crele and I tth t, desirable aMift
ments, ii ami S nmnis en sut'e; fnrnlshe I of
unfurnished; private bath and elet' heited
by steam; best location In the rdfy,
rWH HBNT-
1 LABOR ROOM, 1T n,orK4
1' rnrnlsbol or untnrllied: no children
nor htmtekeeptRc nn. h at n w It-
I70R ItKST-1'rUVATB FAXI1.Y. SICBtV
X' fntnlshed td floor bay wlad vw front
mom suitable for 3, large closet, new boase;
home cookmic terms moderate.
lAth t
n w.
lt-g
rOR RBXT-I.AROB
aii stort mosT
room: t windows
baicmr moiiso-m
i ablnet nmntels: itnste are. hot and cold
t
v ater. handsomely
furnl-bed; excwiea.
table. S Grant Place.
I70R RBST-II HOOMB OS tST PllQH; OX
1' corner; sultable-or caterer or llirfct tmst-
ecri
s;ali
ererc
I1M5I
licss; also ot her rooms. Call M5 Sth at n W.
F
OR RBST-UMTHNISHBD MOOX4 0X
Sd and .id floors; btlirht; turnace neat ana
open srales; all .conveniences.
nn ie
isiai ti are.
lust
I?OR RBNT-TWO DRsifHABLE CO-fXUXI-I'
tln titlfutnlsbi-.' rms, second floor:
bat h.jras and Jtet rent low WJJJ
T70RRKST 3HASDSOMRI.Y ITTMSrtaitfD
I1 r oms. en snlte or siae.e. on socontl Hoar,
ivlth or without hoard; i on ren lent to hsrdhjs
vrtth
and crs
At 16H1 1Mb .
mm
fJOR HBST-
-HANIMOHBI.Y FUMKUKBtl
snlte of tarsi t smAi. I Hoo r. SOht blt
prlr.. r, liicludloit aas, heut and at t en i toe.
sin sist st n w.
ITIOII M-XT-Ht OR X
K(;NI1 Ff-MIK t'S-
I
lurnlshodrooms with or without hteai
ess; conveahmt to Pension, enstn iM
I'rlntlrg t lees; no children. I4 jXasaxe,
I?0B KBST-CfJOtCK SOtTR OF 1TB
l' tdsbed room. rl floor also room on per
lar ttour, with or without boird; !eam bet:
sunny exposure; tine lcw of Capitol and
gninnd", tefereatea excbantMd. H Uel eve.
TT'ORBRST-
-i; i.- it bt x w. ah nr
l' snlte of to-ims.
with beUi on l nma-.
opposite erroioiiiaa i inn bii roams on
! '""' '? .""y.- ""' I1" "
T70R HBST-TVIO roy-t'BIC-,t-s
j' see id Boor rooms; furn'sbl or unfur
n-hed noltebt hutnekeeplng. Qi stnw.
T?OB KEST-ariTl OF LMtOB Bu
V vaBtly f arnUbed rooms oa tat as. f
Boon; transient enests ao-onimodated- wear
tkw c.trsl; ru-eas very desirable; bowd
by. I hi. at. a-nt
L
'OB
BBJfF-PBB-AriBBTLY-TWO D-
slrable comunlclln -M storr
:
unfurnlshml r ne rtlr farninh I. to
to amis
wilj; s-Btbera front, open grate beat, fas
aad bath. lTUItst 5
ITiOB WBST-l'-l COHCOKAN BT. TWO
1' ebolce unfaralshed iuu-s.-. oa HBvm,
ruu-s.-. oa iinoor.
alsi rooms on W
with alcove and port b
Boor.
IK
ITOB KBNT-A FLB-SAXT TMXT HUO
V ou ItliHr of house m aaBlad fef owaar;
well f uraisbed asd heated; K) a asoath. HN
K at w. w-H
1?OB
MBrT-OOOr BtOMS
Win! OK
.1"
wtiboBt b ura: ilakt honsekeeplajt W
Aiplyat;ttl
a a
st
TST S W, i JIAXB-
1 -in Jy f arntsb 1 roo ; aaw UoU i; far
aate 1 at, spta-las tubas, ele-tri. aelta,
bs etc .refere ees. 9--
FOR WALK AM) RILVT
13 BAL BBTATJt kUTLLBTiN
THOMAS B. WAAIAy.WiSit.
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