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President. Vice-President.
This Company offer lor sale to speculators
within three miles of the White House and arc reached
people. The city streets, R, S, T, U, V, W, &c, north
For residential purposes, beauty ol location,
and attractive residential portions ot the city. Blocks oi
Purchasers desiring to secure a beautiful
Prices range from 6 cents to iS cents per foot.
CT-A-OOJB
WILLIE SPRAGUE.
THE GLOOMY REMINISCENCES HIS UN
TIMELY DEATH CALLS DP.
Wrecked l'ronilaea of llrlc.litl.lrea An
Illustration of tbe Uncertainties
anil Dlaappolntuienta ot
Aiplratlon A Scene
In Court.
The death of young William Bprague
recalls tlio few times I have seen mem
bers of tills conspicuous and unhappy
family, soys "Shadows," writing from
Washington to tbo Louisville CourUr
Journal. At the very outset of the war,
soon after the first Bull ltun battle, I
waa at the headquarters of a division
camped near Washington, Coming to
gether or accidentally meeting there, I
taw President Lincoln and General
Bprague on a visit to tbe Division Com
maniler, Governor Sprague had Just
been made a brigadier general, ami be
'mas probably one of tbe youngest gen
erals In tbe army. Governor, general,
young, rich, at the bead of a great
manufacturing establishment and mar
ried to the famous Miss Kate Chase, no
one seemed to have tbe pr peet of a
brighter life. He was la Ugh spirits
anil bore bis honors easily
I remember noticing at ' ie time that
the President looked at him with a
sort of satisfaction a regtid that
seemed to say he wished that be bad
more of these young, rich aad ambi
tlcus young men under him. Mitt
Kate chase waa a very handsome
wrniaD, entirely self possessed aad ac
complished in social ways, though
f f mewbat out of tbe usual, U. She
was very stylish in street dress aad
was considered a great beauty in even
ing cottuuie. lie did sot turn out to
be much of a soldier, aad as events
went against him be failed to develop
further the ability be was supposed to
possess. II U fortune and reputation
wcot, and her life lieeame clouded.
The story of their lives U a woeful
rrmmentary on bright prospects and
fair promises. Last May 1 saw toe
mother and tbe son, who is Just dead,
sitting together In court In Washington,
llstcotnlngto a ue in which they were
interested concerning tbe Sprague
properties. They did not seesn to be on
the familiar or affectionate footing of
mother and son. though several tunes
the son drew near the Bother and they
c deferred freely, apparently about the
c ase Mie was fashionably dressed, and
was stiij a uanriaorae woman. The son
Ota nut appear well dressed, and did
nut have the air of being furniWrmeil to
pintle society. As to hW expression, I
would say that he had rather a surly
aspeu, and seemed to be easily Irritated.
Tlu y sat in court ail day Batoning to
the arguments.
liiu k of and almost above Ike Mother's
Lead was the marble bust of Chief
) u.iac Chase. The pktuM ail this
made tsas an illustration of the uaoer-
loictUs and disappofnUaeaUi 0 aspire
I a No more ambitious man lived
than C Lief Justice Chase, but the abject
I I int ambition, the Presaienry, never
riaibij hbsn Miss Kate Chase had
hi pid to preside in the White Howe W
tbe daughter of tU; PrOaiiaWit. and
tdiliogUutt tu prcnidt over the eetah
iniuieot and dtatiuy of one ol the
11 heat and politically succeselui young
t, iiiul that uul
k'uuug Spiuu.. Governor, Qeeeral
-1 mar.bu loitard tue Senate did
; 1, stem tu lu - a iht road to the Pceai-
iiu) iueli. The boy wee been, to
. v 1 and to every prospect that SMally
,1 iMucewi tnnueuce coma Bring
1 whatever sMUty he might show.
Miaible face
ace of the ineiitignml
flBWWIWWIJUWi'JWIWWIjW'HiiwH) niMMWi rmanajl'
mae
JLcillCJL
JACOB P. (MI,
Chief Justice was no deader than the
brilliant proipects of bis daughter and
the promising life of bis grandson.
The former husband, who was sup
posed to have brought to the family of
Chase a new and strong clement ot
power, was also dead in all the sur
roundings that seomed to emblazon his
life and bring promise to his wife and
personal satisfaction to tho President
that evening when I saw them stepping
so confidently and gayly from their car
iloges at division headquarters.
LOVE LAUGHS AT LOCKSMITHS.
The Sanaatlonal Alarrlac or 111(4
Oaiuuiack to air, llanletty.
Quite a sensation was created yester
day by the announcement In an evening
paper that Ablngton L. Ilatdesty and
Annie C. Cammack bad been married
at Calvary parsonage, Baltimore. The
bride is tbe daughter of Mr, John Cam
mack, who bos a comfortable manslou
near the Soldiers' Home, and is eatl
tlmated to be worth a million dollars.
Not far from Mr. Cammack's bojse
there is a little blacksmith shop, which
for three or four years has been owned
by young Hardesty. Some time apo
an intimacy sprang up between tbe
young blacksmith and Miss Cammack,
and the former was a frequent visitor
at tbe Cammsck house. The father,
however, objected to his daughter
keeping such a. mpany, but to so effect.
Several days ago Miss Cammack left
borne on a visit to a lady friend In
Italtlmore, and tbe marriage took place
during this visit.
An Knjoyable Hntarlaluuieot.
Tbe M. I. M, C. Club gave their first
.entertainment last night la tbe Isrsp
hall of tbe National Hide' Armory,
which was filled In every part by a most
appreciative audience. The programme
embraced an address by Mr. L.
Abrahams, recitations, quartet scene
from "Julius Ciesar," by Messrs. Stern
and Xoidlinger; piano solo. Miss Lieber
man , Uuuttu jM, Misses Prank and
Ileilbrun, recitation. Helen B. Freeman,
soprano solo, Mies 1 1 at tie Meade, recita
tion. "On the Prairie." Mr. Ed 80m
mers, baritone solo, Dr. J. 0. Xxner;
recitation. Mr. II. Freeman, violin solo,
Mr. Sol Minster, contralto solo. "In
Old MadJtd,"Mia . Maiihomte; fancy
dance. Messrs. Caruaaa and Sheridan;
"Everybody's Favorite," Mr. Altrop.
The committee of arrangements were
Messrs. A. Wave. & sTTUcharda, P.
Gradwohl. W. Blum, . Sow were, 0.
Strauss. F. Ktehold. 8. Wail, II. Mimster
and Mr. Kcmaer.
Cbauca far a attaeulaUtUi.
Now, chm't all run at once for your
wallets and checkbooks ! It lent corner
lots in Chicago, WeaaayeHs, Kansas City,
or the ''Future Great-" It isn't oeAkm on
wheat, com, pork or lard, nor ''put"
"calls" en Kerthwsatera'e or Southwest
ern', nor yet Is U gas, oil, telegraph or
lebsphoue stock. It is better than any or
all ol these- It Is a depoatt iu the SohJc
of iiatitk, whkb every one can make by
the imn-haae and use of IV. Wane's
Ftoasaet Pellets in all cases ol chretiM cou
atipeaiou, bttiettaaeat, dyspepsia headache
"liver cimu'ltint,'' aud the 'like. Sold tee
world over.
.
Ma Waste to he a lloanraaome 1
The Kajitmal Colored Terif Ke
form League at a mrwting mat night
siloptrd a Teeolifcihie teaVucathg Vittmei
A- Carter of Virginia for Congress in
the Eighth liiatrvt a the rnlfsji Stu
Puhttceja CaNaaaVaOte- A vseeaistg viil he
held in" a.Uisdria Monday night next
to ratify Carter's candidacy aad to in
augurate an aggieaaive canvate In. his
LuUrcat.
Mmty PraOia8 aw uaoken
loan from otcxork or houaahoU can
Jrtwa' JLtaa liatan SatimlaVtae
HMamtSI, miate 4faOmaUB!satt aMte VT BICWj a tmlam)
Wmw lUTist aUtmamfamV lt Jw4 a&VaWUsUsmV
'IWiwi " ""
THE DAILY
DBS
T - " in . - .
Imp
CHPITKL
EDWARD B. COTTRELL,
Secretary and Treasurer.
and others their lands, now platted and laid oat, situated
by a beautiful drive alo ng the Conduit Road and Potomac
and Forty-sixth to Forty-ninth streets west, have been
pure air, natural drainage and prospective convenie ice
six or more lots will be sold during October at prices
home or a good investment cannot do better than to
Plats and plc'orial profiles of the property, together
IF. CLARK aixca.
ft GUSH OF MILLIONS.
WHY SENATOR STANFORD AND HUNT
INGDON PARTED COMPANY.
A family Quarrrl ami Kail leal lllirer-
ences Upon J'uclllc Coait l'olltlca
Make tlia Ilraak .X tVoiuun
the Caii.e.
San Fiujfci&co, Cau, Oct 18.
"What arc the Inside facts In the Hunt
ingdon Stanford quarrel t " This
question has been on n thousand
tongues since Mr. Huntingdon succeeded
Stanford as president of the Southern
California system. It Is said that a
woman Is the original cause, but there
is no scandal, simply a family quarrel.
Mr. Huntingdon's flrst wife was a Stan
ford. All were great friends for
twenty seven years. Mr. Huntingdon
and Mr. Stanford were building up and
controlling the vast railway system now
dominating tbe Pacific coast.
Mrs. Huntingdon died. Mr. Hunt
ingdon married again. It Is said that
his second wife was not cordially re
ceived by the Sten fords, Mr. Hunt
ingdon, a bold, outspoken. Impetuous
man, reseated it, and after twenty
seven years of brotherly association
with Mr. Stanford, Mr.' Huntingdon
secured tbe preekieney of the vast cor
poration, and with it 7,500 mites of
road, representing 130,000,000 of cap
Ital.
Mr. Huntingdon's speech to tbe orb
cere was a thunderbolt He said "The
road has been used as a political ma
chine by Stanford to put himself in of
fice. Let us conduct tbe road so that
all good people 111 be with us. lam
not opposed to legitimate politics, but
there should be no polities in our busi
neas. I have nothing personal against
mt. Bianioru. ue nas many koou
points, but he has no right to use the
company's property for ids own politi
cal ends. I will stay in these offlees
3tt5 days a year if neccasry to keep out
polities. Things have reached such a
pass in nn Francisco that if a man
1 una for constable he thinks it necea
rary to visit railroad beadijuaJter for
instructions and power.''
Another cause of controversy between
Mr. Huntingdon and Mr. Stanford is
Mr. Stanford's attitude against the Chi-seae-
Mr. Huntingdon said: "I favor
the Chinese on the ground that any ma
horn 0 woman Is deserving of kind
foeaidr ration until he proves himself a
rogue."
Mr. Huntingdon's friends, and many
people not hi friends, claim that Mr.
Stanford's ambition le the White House.
Flrat he made himself Governor, and
then I aitrd States Senator. With mil
lions uf railroad money and tens of thou
sands of votes at sis command. U is
claimed thai he could see a pathway
blazing gloriously from the bain Fran
cisco rauzced omces to the Pnideasbd
chair.
Mr. Huntingdon is called a "hustler,"
a l pteai Western man, except as to his
Chinese record. He has no sympathy
lahMr.SteP load's dreamy goody-goody
theories, behind which ne poses as a
taaibnaareilaVt SJad BC4aHUlbsaSjS mUHofiS
wrung from the public. Mr. Hunting
don's fdends apeak of Mr Stanford as
the wicked partner. Mr bteafordha
certain hobbies, such as co oovratloo. a
currency system baaed on hud mortgage
at urity. Another cause of the rupture,
as published is California, was Mr
Stanford's acceptance of the I'ulted
State Senetorahip. when he knew that
it had been promised to ei Senator Sax
gebt
CRITIC, TIiritSDAY
OF
rovem
MANY MARRIAGES.
l'roie Wlio Will Tratel Lira' HlBll
uay ilanil In llautl,
A wedding of considerable Interest to
a good many people In Washington, as
well as In Vermont and Michigan, took
place at Trinity Church last night at 8
o'clock. Tbo contracting parties were
Mr. George T. Roberta, chief clerk of
the Interstate Commerce Commission,
ami Miss Lena Fay Watson, daughter
of Colonel and Mrs. M. A. Watson, the
former of the Tension Department.
Ilev. David llarr, the rector of the
Epiphany Church, performed the cere
mony, Mr. W. 2f. Hatch of Vermont
acted as best man. and Miss Marie
Mooter of Mosscrville, Pa., as brides
maid. The ushers were Messrs. New
comb, Jackson. Tuley and Veazey.
Immediately after tbe ceremony at the
church there wss a reception at the
home of the bride's parents, No. 000 M
street northwest. The presents were
numerous and handsome, and Included
a set of silverware from the Interstate
Commerce Commission, ami checks
amounting to nearly fa.OOO After a
two weeks absence In New York, Ver
mont and Michigan, tbe bride and
groom will return ami make their borne
at No. 600 M street.
A very pretty wedding ceremony wis
performed yesterday at tbe First Pres
byterian Church by Dr. Sunderland.
The happy couple were Mr. HerveyS.
Knight and Miss Annie Wilson. Tbe
biide was eUen away by ber father,
Mr. P. F. Williams, and Miss Mary
Uine, daughter of ex Commissioner
Hise, acted as maid of honor. Tee
btidetmaids were Misses Turn Oittiags
and Mary White. Tbe best man was
Mr. Herbert Knight, and the ushers
were Messrs. Johnston, Hopkins, W. E.
and S. II. Knight. Hine and Wight
At tbe conclusion of tbe ceremony the
bridal parly took the 10 o'clock train
for New York and Boston, where the
hone) moon will be spent.
Mr. Carleton McCurdy waa united
yesterday in marriage to Mies Jennie K.
Davis, daughter of Mr. George Davis
of the Q. M G. Office, at Trinity Episco
pal Church. The Kev. Dr. Addison, ret -tor
of the church , officiated and the othYe
of bridesmaid was nlted by Mias Alice
Qriswod, and that of beat man by Mr.
J. Bradley Tanner. The bride and
groom left on an evening train for
Philadelphia. They will make their
future home at Denver, Col., the red
deuce of Mr. McCurdy.
The marriage of MUs Annie L. Fen
wkk to Mr. Seaford N. WhiteweU was
celebrated at the Chuach el the Cove
nant yesterday, Kev. Dr. Hamlin otti
ciating. The groom la an esncial of the
Washington Gas Company and the bride
is tbe daughter of Kofaert W Feavwh-k,
the well known merchant. The young
couple left on an early iraU for Kew
York where they will spend two weeks. I
after which they will be at home to their j
friends at 3407 M street- '
A brilliant wedding was celebrated ,
y tateiday la the marriage of Henry W
feohi and Mies Annette Emily Gibson,
at St Patrkk's Church. The Kev :
Father J A- Walter, assisted by
Fathers Mi Gee and Mackin, performed !
the marriage ceremoawy. After the '
ceremony Mr. Sohon and his wide left
for an extended trip in the East aad
Korth- They will return home In about
three weeks
Mr. Charles F UomiUer aad Mias
Blanche Hibhs wese yettprdey untied In 1
uiarriage in the preaeawe el a luge
number of friend aad relative at the
icaktence of the brmVa Mieat. '
Masaachusetu avenue- Mr aid Mrs.
UomUter will make a ahort weddug
trip to New York, after which they will
i cable at their future hutnc, 310 aUry
mad avenue northeast.
ThiaafteraooBatlo'ckxkMr It .Urt
W MiPbcxaon nw aellkuoao t 1
EVENING, OCTOJtEIt !(?, 1M)0.
THE) PO
ent
momno
S.
on the Conduit Road, overlooking the Potomac River
River, extending to G'en Echo and Cabin John, two of
extended through the property ninety feet in width and
ol access, these lands have no superior around Washington,
which will give a margin for large profit,
secure lots early. Intending purchasers will be driven to
with all needed information, can be had at the office on
E. IB. OOTT-IRIEIILiIj,
14:18 New
terney, wss married to Mis Bessie C.
forle at the bride's residence, 1918
Thirty fifth street.
Miss Nettle P. Shsfer ami Mr. F,
Seward linker wore also united In mar
riage this afternoon at the Fourth Pres
byterian Church. Kev. J.T. Kelly offici
ating. Democrat Unthuilaatln.
TheNatlonal Capital Democratic Club
held a spirited meeting last night at Me
Cauley's Hall In the Interest of Hon.
Ilarnes Compton. candidate for Congress
from tbe Fifth Maryland district. The
members of the club are Marylsmlers.
Speeches were made by William S. Hot
ley of Prince George's County, Messrs.
Harry Shannon and J. Adam liede, who
vigorously discussed the sctlou of
Speaker Heed and "Boss" Quay, as also
the McKlnley Tariff bill. After the
meeting there was an Informal talk over
Congressional matters In Maryland.
.
r Train to llotlun tir Uayllcut via
l'ennajrlvanla Itallruad.
Tbe resMTlvaBla Railroad Company as
Bouaee that eommenclBs; Moeuar, Octo
ber IS, a new through train will be plaved
Id e-rvU'e letwean rvaatUngton rUllimore
and Boston. It will leave Wsblugtou
Baltimore sod Potomac Statlou on week
dajs b.10 a. a.; Baltimore Union Station at
ttOS s. m sad run Uiromtl
out cuauee, by the eelebrated ateamar
'Maryland" route, arriving at Boatoo at 9
t. m.. atopptag ea route at Bridgeport,
Neu II avau, New Loudon aad ProuJem-e.
The traut will be equlppad with lurlur
car and day coat-be througk tu Bwtua
IHnuer Kill be aerved oe the ataainer. Tor
tiouta-louBd traiu a ill leave Boston at U 15
a. iu.. aud arrive at Baltimore VJti p iu
Waabiugtoa 10:U p. ill.
jt.
lHarue&.
BSKTUK-WKmrrBB-Ocluber 1. 10. bf
v. H. k. f lor, t Baajltee M. I Cnim-U.
Jokn B Balua atd MU Maria I. Wabater
balk of tab city.
CHiillBB-UAlt,UT-On Oct. bt-r IV
10, br tka Kev l'r Power ut 1'bH-tJ -n
Ckarrh. BaraaM M acbraiaer and Lueua
rUteat, both of WaakUetim. D. O.
UUMOas- LYBBOOK -Oe Qeiober 1L Ute.
at lb nawoiniav ut the Pint Payteriaa
I aotaa of UacuU. Vaav.. br taa Bav. Mr
(BHis.Mr Geunw kJasaaoMor WaaUeaitoe.
v 1.'., v Atiae juiia v. i.f
Xb. Kocanb.
k of Ltecvla.
Sieh.
1U WaOK-t-uddaalj. ou Wadaeadar mora
la October is. law, at 44 o'eteck. Marr
Prance. bkvd wile of William P. Havana,
in the 8Mb iar ol her -
Puaaral from ber lata raaideace. WW Poarvfc
Ontvt aortbwaat . on PrUay afterauua, Octo
ber K, at Sv'vkK-k.
rUIbUV-Oa Tudy. October it, USS,
St p. .. I bruttuia CaUIer, aeed to yean.
KAPSb.-On Tuesday . October 14. laaS. at
5 W a . Cataeruie A Mapea, wtdov ol tee
late Wflitem u Maia.iDatmsa4aeer
uf the U. 8. Cuaat aad Geodetic bur rep.
BJOaHjrfOJi-On Taeadar. Oetoher M.MM,
J i m. Matilda Xjkdd&tua. the awther
ol Waiur aad Mlddts.teedjeieai.
Puaecalwiil -- rJiTT --it Ti Tienanrsr
Caust b. Pourtb ud D utmuomxXuti, aha
day af teruon at i o'clock. rVtend and rel
attve invited
WtLUaitb Bapatad tU IU Tuesday.
V-VUdam. aW te yearn, t amate and
&ret Koielay where riSlL
MQLTcugal
IV
OUST.
m all auitri.
e LU4K otj mUl- aW4r .'L turv.
t s p erne-
tit M a w
om
$750,000
, DR. JOSHUA 0.
bl'UCIAI. M1TICIW.
Jr-KNBWJtlJJgMEXTUX
THE SAMKHOBfiKIOWBK KOK
OKE-TESTH THK COAI-
WOBKIJW AT UaWMWif. D. C.
oeMHat
tar-
A OABD.
MR. JOHN RYAX.
cbttsk,
invite tbe dryyetliiian tooill at
KEKX'S,
411 'tatb ttreet, aad plaee tbatr order
for a Art elaa aanaast. oeM-lat
rSfSOTICE OF XXPIRATION OP LI-S-S7
cenaaa- Aaeiur' Office, Waabiag
ton, V.V-, October M. Isee.-Xottoe U berebjr
ivea tbai oa tbe 1T DAY OP OOTOBIR,
tSW. will extare all lieease alvea by tbe IM
trtet of t'ofunbla to Apotbaeariw, Aar
ttoBeaf. Bank aad Raaker, Hrok
err. Claim Agents, roatractor. Cattle
Broker, Coaiiloa Bercbaata, Dealer la
DUtllled and l-ernvnled Liquors, Wine
and (oruiala, OUtillen, iBeuranea Aoeutit,
lea Paln. Jtauuiaemren ( Illuanat
iae Oa. Ufa aad Klre lusuraaca Cnaa
pas lea, I'atett Ageot. Pawabrukenr, Pro
pretor of Barrooeu. bainple room...
Tiptdiae hoiuea. Billiard. Baratelle aod
Jeaay Und Table bhuffie boanU, Bowline
Alley, Hotel. Livery stable. IateUieeoe
OaUie, Jaakbbop. IWalern In beaond haad
Ctoiblae Ivcalem iu Old Barrel, Baal Betata
A rent. Bcctlnar. Bealauraat aad Bdttn--boue.
Theater, Variety Theatre, Ao.
All partia eaeaged hi the ahova-deacribad
biuiueat, trade or profaion, miut
lrosptly reaew tbelr licee. In at cord
a ace Hlia eciloo of tbe law of tbe Ot
trtct of Colombia, viz : That every paraon
liable for a Uceme tax who may fail
to nay the aae before aneagin in tbe
bnlaa aali in addition to the ucaiue tax
bepuaed. pay a Sae or penalty of not let
1 baa U aor ajore thaa Js for each otomui "
By order of the Coauaioiouer District of
ColuaaWa. 1UTTBBW TsUalBLB. Aor
of UtHrlct ofColumbla. oelt-at
3&rLADinS ' LADtBK LAWSjS ' "
If r HeCaJery 1 tbe oaiy hat and
heaart fraaae manaiacturer la the easy. Call
aad bar new bapa. Blaaffhine aad
prtatJae Straw and felt
Wteat style Order pr
auaw aae leit aau aitaved to the
promptly attended to.
aw u Kiaa a. w
fghr.TBB-MOig-TOBAUt
AJtbhlVAK SaWVUTYAXD TKlaT COM
Hat On T. B. V
Ahaolateiy PUeproof
Boar ready for th
Pteaa. SKserwani. Pi
CwiaMMW4.aU
Boar ready for the toraawof Parauare,
aa.swmhle article. Paeh
I fiahfcjTlrillaT W emWfml OraMal
rwsHg4BC gBgaeagsAWiiX Sal.
gdlfMBse MattM tmamm
mmaO'
o aw.
RXl
eMmJ
1 awarin 1
Maaawr
jgjfKOTtt TO TAXPAYBB.
fcwvuser rte
IVllacvo or Tax, tt. I'..
October t. hpe
Purauaat 10 the joviiuaof aae act ap
era! team trior to Jul! 1. bsS.
pioee hi peer . ww. u i
aieats tor aneclal UBproveaaant. taoli
thetaslrLcoT
tbe bee lor which ace 1
or war
later main, sow due to.
bkh ate held bv tbe HatrJcr of
o Jumble, may be pabt uatu QCTOaVtB L
laW, wwh per renoua lntercat at Ben uf the
rate aad pawahiee ao 8ed by law. aad U
acirueo ci
I coit
B. . DAVtf.
i vUei tor of Vaxe. t. C
o-,at
tytlllBt BAVB TOCB
aataac la amaricaff nlaaa name a
eav.
Kap-fiK. J it titHX. L i
Sn A51uji Ieinjati .' -r ol ib l'u
varauy of Jfiun IauJ bap eLab ulwd at u):u
Plftrcutb treet north f auJ ,.!. Its ;ti
Uu4. 1.4, aiui oa nit. j ! j I .iti.t -1
Ucl.i b U4ijUi1aU-i l J - I u.
AvnemmA
Y
TO VIA C
any
STAMTON, SA11B f. C. M1BLI,
Directors,
and Picturesque Virginia Shores. These lands are
the most popular and beautiful resorts of ths Washington
arc now being graded,
and tre long must become one of the most fashionablo
and shown the property.
the grounds or on application to
Trustees.
York: Avenue.
NI'KCt.M. MT10I.
f5jr-J. WILLIAM LKE
(face oat or to Heart Lm' Soatb
UNDKKTAKKK.
Stt TA. AVE. N. W..
Soath BMe.
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KW" PBKT HBUBVBil. DK. WHtTB.
i5' CniHOPODIST,
14l I'asaa. ava., oppoalta WlUard'a Hntat.
Tboaaaad f row far aad Bear vialt Dr. White'
eHabltebBMBt for relief from and avoktaaea
of rora, bUBioSi, dleaed sail and all
otber foot trouble. Hour. 8 a. m. toSp. m.
headayt.9 to IS. Ofttreiee, ft par vlit for
wtttaK tbe feet In Rood order. Batablbbad,
tVANTKIIHKLt.
XVA''D-ATIDY WHITK OIRLTOAT
YV tend to It general bouaawork of
Bvall private family of 4. on waablnx or Iron
lag; matt atay at sight. MM North Carolina
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17ASTBD-COMPBTBST WHITK Woaaaa
I I h, mw, v,uaiut nun, auuv rtRevwwci
raqelred Apply lew J eJernoa Place. IS at
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TATK-AWOMANTO WJ ALLTHB
i work of a naiall famllr. Aimtv at IStt
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TANTBD-A WOMAN TO tWMC AM 0 DO
1 aaaeral hoeeworfc. Call at oace to nt
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TANTBD-A GIBL TO TAKB CARB OP
1 child of S. aBt no boBM at aieat; refer
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7ANTBD COMPBTRXT CXKK; WHIT";
no waaioT cuji ai i4 kjh a w. 14-w
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r AMTXD-1.-0MPBTBNT Nt'Mea. whitb
1 or colored, fur ba brand child of 4 rear:
alo alrl fi r general bouiework is anuu lam
lly Apply atamaPatnw. U
WANIKD-SITUATIONS.
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krANTBB-BY A rOLOBBD WOvW
and a irtrl one a t uambenaaid aad 2en
eral boaaeworker; taa otber aa aarte refer
fail at nta burea t a w 14 h
1TA10BD-BY BBaPBCTABLB COLO
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I rlrl. aUualion to cook, waab aad iron
aad do general buUMiwork la prirate lamllla;
good reference Call or addree lite tj n w
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rAMTKD-BY A MIDDLR-AUBD WHITB
I woaiaa. a nlac a cook in nrivata iua
lly rail IHlrtii 14 a
WA MBI1-M ISUKLL.AN Ml L'aV
A PKW naalBAWt.g BOOMa, WITB
steam power, aosd elevator aervtceaad drt
ems laaitorah'p, in the POeT BrOOMbki,
tor tent at low rate to 8rt cU taaaatu,
Apply to BTiLaOK BLTCsUhti, tU PUat
Baibmme. or PBAKK MAoVlBJt, baperia-
FOK KKT JiiMrXe.
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Xr acme aaartawm aeto or en eia.
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V f Ufa jehad reams; newly paaerad. aew
hoate. MCataw. bKtt
l?4Blr-PLBAJABT PaVOST PCS
At ameetioosn: atao an unruraraaed parlor
wUh board for married couple or gnat ut
tathatnw- W
TTOI BBBT-A b-KBLY ri BMlSaBD
1 room: ai Boor, auitabla for ona or tan
eeatWgnee or gaatleiiiaa aad wife $15 nth
stav. us
l?OB BBBT-liiFrBMlaBKD-i LAUUS
I? comaiBBii arm- rooms: at door- :. uhx
ftirnaihrd room, very dtrable. Hat nth aw.
IJMMKBBKT-fUiB pOiBLBfAULOBa. let
J goor. private bath; open crate, aouthera
nour, aii e null room; at (Hir. .' aalt
room td tto.r l'alt l3t
Va eAt-K hMM'asm.
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C frame bona. ut amahJogi Bydraatla
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atone inajaiiiis. T ruoma
hells and ra. price, fa,Sjh)
aalaaee to aun or Trad ff
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TJUtBaALX- AliolT IT ACMBb OB iU sT
XT a e exteud.J. on the Uae of Uw aVi.ii
ton and Soldier.' Howe Railway, baled a part
ol tbe entaUi of the late Chief Juatlue Cum
sow ceiled ' Bdjeeood ." a good opportoaity
lUy
Loi le.iraLo,. mvt uari-u. uxi&ni. pnoe. eac
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IU UP TMB CMBAPfeW TAUftV
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and hath, alectrle WILm-V !!
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Tbe above bouae can be examined by per
mit from oar office only
THOMAS J. PUOBR X CO..
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room trame hoaae. huh aad drv loca-
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TBOMAS E. WACOAMAM. ftT P atraet
Change Biade Wedaaadav aad Batardaya,
$ eTOKY BRICK AMD PBAMS HOOSBfi POB
BALK.
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