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THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 17, It CO.
I. TRAVEL TALKS & IHOTncHAPHS OF DAILY mfb TAKEN MM km TRIR& if among the mmim mtms. Mtm .itftoi Mrriffp Animftls Tkl Infest tit Floury ffljitfte itamUin. Wimi WALL &F THE STAT. WflXW. The Demon of the LaV. e "Arl it at DiuBtr"-Prti AtMt Uw Twrltiry of New Mock After lunch w pattwl Uirtwtgu a IcAutlfnl plrco of bottom laml, team ing with flowers, rl ami yellow monthly musk fringing the bunks of the stream whore It spread out over the meadow In ft dozen different chan nels, says a writer In the Whatcom JUvtuU, Charlie wanted to step and tako up 160 acres, but Campbell told him "Too much plenty snow In win ler," and after vainly trying to drbk the creik dry we passed on. Another tutn brought us to the foot of a steep, bare, stony mountain. Skirting this and climbing over some big rocks, we suddenly came Into a lovely grass coun try. Like tho prattle In summer, every conceivable flower seemed to bloom and blossom in tho grass; the place was ablaze with red, blue, yellow and white. We must have passed through 300 or COO acres of It, and every hero and there 0 rippling stream ran widely throuah It. The place was a porfect paradise, and thank goodnesrwe had got out of the dark valley, and stood In tho bright, warm sunshine. Wo were now close to tho head of tho Qullcenc, and we eagerly pressed on. Presently wc met n dog, and close behind him his master, who turned out to be Mr. It'intom, foing from the head of DungcnoeS to ott Townscnd. Ho gave us cheorful accounts of tho elk, and also kindly took a letter Into town Tor us. At fl:!W wc camped Under Sentinel Hock, about n mile from the divide. This rock stands boldly out alone, llko a massive fortress guarding tho entrance to the valley of Dungeness. Suddenly the mountain slilos seemed to bu olive with men whistling to one another, when and one would turn thaw round only to hear another and a ihrillcr whew on the other side; and kcd we saw lots of animals about the ilzc of a fox, with long, bushy talis, tunning about from rock to rock, some times Ijluj? down, but more often fitting boll up, erect, like a ferret does. Wc shot a couple of small ones that night and afterward shot several more, lutger nms. Campbell called them whistling does, and declared they were cciul to tat, but the smell wis enough ft t us. Their odor Is peculiar, but not fragrant. They have two Jong teeth In front llko a beaver, and feet almost shaped like Hjulrrd's feet. I believe their right name Is mountain beaver. Wherever wo went afterwards la tho mountains, as long as there was grass, we saw these whistling dogs, as we got to call tbem. I liked to sea them; they Fccmcd to make tho place cheerful and lively, and were very amusing to watch. In the winter they have long burrows under tho snow, and their coats get a dark gray; In summer they aro yellow. Their skins should make good fur, and 1 think would pay for being trapped In tho winter months. Our altitude this night was 3,400 feet, and we christened tho place "Stony Camp," from the ter rible stony ground we had to sleep on. The night was warm until about 1 a. in., when It got fearfully cold, and we were almost frozen. There is In the northern part of Texas, near the Dots d' Arc, or East Fork of the Trinity, a freak of nature that has been the subject of much speculation ever since Its discovery, over forty yeara ago. Extending In a northwest and southeasterly direction lor several miles is a perpendicular soam of wall of coarse limestone, composed of frag ments, irregular in size, yet very similar In shape. The seam (or wall, as It Is calledj Is about two feftln width every where it is seen, and tho stones of which it is composed are distributed on top of cne another, almost with the regularity cf masonry at least, as well as many ancient builders constructed 1'ielr walls. It Is for the most part unde the earth, Lut appears in hillsides .-. id ravlnta, where the external fore of nature have worn away the sol leaving the natural wall exposed. Old settlers say that some sections, rttral hundred feet in Itnutu, appeared as much as three feet 1b height when tbty first went there, and bosses tbey nsmtd their first town Itoekwall, which r&rae is also borne by the county la v.Lfch the wall is found. Krom the fact that no other stone was fouad lu tie Immediate vicinity, thM ptcwt i.canlmously agreed that the wall was the work of tome pre-hlatorle people who Inhabited the couslry; but as lu mere rekemblaac to the work of ataa U ail that supports this theory, it has loag since been gives up for th selesUittc explanation of its origin. The VKtmaut rf nuartz. lava, and other eoagtosttfaw recks of igneous ortgia, beiraya ike action of vokaede fote Is lis for uratiou, Kme mighty Internal coBVukkxi seat the earth's, surface a4 left ft Ion straight fissure, which was filiad by tk ft me agency with frgai of the cderlvlng strata of Hitmatoag. la seme portions, where Uw wall was sufficiently compact, it baa stood aloes, while air and water have wota away tbc surrounding earth. Thug k is found at inter vali keapias: owe tUwcssOB, Ptralgbt as a surveyor's Ha for about tis miles, uolforiu la width, al al ways composed of atoaec lorwnbHng aa cKngated brkk, son Urgat aad atNH sn-alkr x ears ago as. iaquittag wUdiijtr fuck his spade buslde l wall. Hstloi Kwidndowa thirty feet, aad foaad ;,i undaot water, but met taw bass el Ac wait So we amy ooaemh Um work to 1 . a freak of tke JAw goia, wao. Is s me p&at ase. sasaote aava1 sMbb. Bastlasss i j, iht wail from awiwata to arv ai a n.odtl tuifalutv aa. V A frightful story has just em to ;ht whkh coaitaM a eli iaamaa tM- , ,.un says a oiaomca fioataHi to lc st Luui .ttj44uc. 4biMMaisattat - .licast of Multea, ldfeo. sa! wilUa a - acs throw of tfct MostaM Hat. is a :,.i Uke. wkjteb lor hatNajr. graastoiir ar. 1 tiaduto is linsiirBiiawiri tof my - : f inter U tke wtUi Weal. It Fcuad at the bead of Willow r , a, tuith UJBth of the Cwur i . Kn.i St. Stovcaa' Ptsak. the a Led polal la the C'uur d Aienc Mrnintatn, towers nvtr It, anl the fWcm St. 3m wnfe of mountain pre vents Its m frtm flowing smith Into the St. Joe River. Th Indiana fang ft ars apn often freqnpBted this point and nhtained quantities of almost rmre lead, from which thet mn-le bnlleta to be used In the chare and rdil of warfare against other tribes and tne whites. Pnn years ago two prospectors left tftp foM plfwr camp of Egh. It "rs a hot, sultry afternoon, and they pro Wistd a hntn In the hike, one of the rnen, being a very poor swimmer, kept close to the bank, standing nesr the snore, atchlng his partnet swim In the UVe. When he had swam about WO yards ftntn the shore he suddenly mrned ml started back towards the shore. IIU ffhfnd watching, saw. to his hrrror, some water monMer pursuing his part ner, who was making every exertion to n ach the shore In safety, bnt wlthonl aall A few undulations and a lov inmMInf snuml, ami the monster raised a patt of Its body out of the water, closed its mighty jaws upon the unfor tunate man and both disappeared be tJtath the lake. The water was dyed with blowl ami the waves rippled against the shore for a moment, ami all was as still as before. Several weeks ago a camping party was located at tho spot. Both fishing ami swimming were Indulged In. To wards evening cries wore heard, and, upon Investigation, It was found that a monMer had pulled ono of tho parties under the water. The unfortunate man was a miner from Helena. Slnco then largo searching parlies have Industri ously dragged the lake without finding the body. In the southern part of France, in the Department of the Qaronne, it Is a com mon saying, when one does not wish to bo disturbed by Intruders: "Arnoul Is at dinner." Tho custom came about In tho following mnnncr, according to the New York Lttigtr: Henry Prince of Comic, father of tho great Condo (Louis II ), found him self obliged to mortgage his ostato of biuret, and, wishing to do it privately, ho went, ineognito, to an adjacent vil lage whoro lived a trustworthy and capa ble notary named Arnoul. The notary was at dinner, and, while he dined, his wife waited In tho hall without to an swer for him. Tho Prlnco Inquired for Arnoul. Tho woman replied, as was her wont: "Arnoul Is at dinner. Sit down on the bench there. Whon Arnoul la at dinner, not a soul can speak with him, 1' faith." Tbc Prince sat down and patiently waltul. Whon tho notary had finished his dinner, aud been Informed by his wife that his client was in waiting, ho directed that tho applicant should be admitted. Condo stated his business without giving names, and tho notary proceeded to make out the necessary document, leaving blanks for the names of themortgageorand the estate. When It was finished he read It over and It was approved. "And now, sir," said the notary, to whom the visitor was an utter stranger, "shall I fill in your name and deslsna iIcd;" "If you please." "Will you give them tome?" "They are short," anawerad tha client, with a smile. "Put 'Henry of Ilourbon. Prince of Conde, First Prince of the Wood, Lord of Muret.' I sup pose the Instrument will be stronger if we are thus explicit." The poor notary was stricken with amaumentand terror. Throwlnghlm self on his knees, he beeged pardon for the Indignity he and hta wire had of fered through Ignorance. The Prince raised him up, saying; "Fear nothlne, my worthy friend. It Is nil right. Arnoul was at dinner, you know." The story leaked out and spread, and Is a provincial proverb to this day. "The Tertltory of New Jlexlco is no place for a young man to go at the present time, but It will some day be one of the most attractive sections of the country, and ono where great fortunoa will eventually be made." said Colonel John Alcorn, a Santa Fe merchant, to a New York Star reporter. "Within the next ton years there will bo great Improvements In tho Territory, and wo old settlers expect to see capital como in, manufactories established and tho natives educated. Tho Territory will never amount to much until the titles to tho Mexican land grants are fully set tled. Another thing that must be dona for the development of the Territory Is the expenditure of millions of money In Irrigation. There is plenty of water In the mountain streams that, if prop erly distributed across the country, would convert the present barren plains into lands of richest soil for agricultural purposes of all kinds. This the Gov ernment will probably have to do In part. Yet, if the land grant titles were settled tomorrow, I don't know but strong companies would be formed next week, backed with plenty of capital, to begin the construction of irrlatloa ditches. It la the oaly salvattoa for that country. I have seen miles of land that scarcely a living thing grew upon, not even sage brush or cactus. "The population of New Mexico is about 180.C0O. The American popula tion, which is oae third, constitute the money making class and also most of the criminal class. There are a few EaglUhBMiB, and tbey geaerally repre sent English loan aact fsvestuwot tota lis a Its that have lavesled heavily in mines and cattle aad sheep ranched. "Tk soral slate of tke people of New Mexico is far better tbaa tuey are glvea credit for. The depraved are al most wholly coafiaed to the America and foreign residents. Th marrUge of the Mexicans are mad wbea tha contracting parties are very young, taa youth scarcely nachiag his lOtb year or tb juaidca her 15th year. The tuar rlagfa gaaerally prove happy Th aatkwal vice U gambling, aad how to curb the i&oidiaate desire for 'bucklaK the tiger' or eagagiag ia gasaesof chance is a problem for which I wouki scarcely oiler a solution. Everybody appears to gamble. Las Vegas, with a population of 8,H, has probably tifty iaiabliaf bouses, each of which pays taa wagaiiVaat susa of $35 a ysr lica&. ifiaiopas are liccaa&U at $.3 a year. "The Miikaas, at a class, aw very igaoraat. That couatty to sstaply so poor thai sx bools raaiVrf be aaMasad IUi, I would sttKfati, Is a jtood op poituwUy for the aasnhHabmaal of scfejBsila by sosasi of our xtcst Eaajfeaf a A Mas WUb a ivB-X'at HactJ. Jdmw KeUk of Texas, who was here rtfaatly viaitaM hjs htoaber, Dr. A. W- ficobabJY this sjMSat ittiasjafistaaT haasd bt, thja or aay other cost its try af r laisJa uauaMy wftars bla bufttwaajat bjtard braided sad neatly 4mm uplaasUi Hoik, aad tlia lurbiaid stfeaa bis aJairt f ioi, but wbaa oom twad aowiu ttt lull kitb H sssmguiws full aaves bat. - If you feel weak and all worn out take BROWN'S IRON BITTERS TSYINS TO flET U$0M LKERS8S. Many Apprrentrnw Mie, imt twe NnmttCT er nh(in I.imiimt, l.awyer who have cllcnt intwted in procntlng lhjuor Hcensr! which be gift KoTember 1 ixt. are bnlnning to make thelt appearance t the District bwfltBn . and Llrense Clerk Montiwtwe It keptbnuy in rcelvifl and filing ap plication, ftbfcfc esoteric as Is said, the number filed at Use surne jierrod of time last year. This Increase of applications Is pTnbably due to the fact that many of the old dealers whose applications were rejected lat tear are making an effort to nswee, If possible, bnslness this year. Thennmber of Hcenserl saloons at present In the District are about 700. Commissioner Donglnw. when asked this morning by a dttTrc reporter as to whatwi.nhl be the number of licenses this war, raplled that the limit would be 4"0, as had been deeWeil nnnn by the Commissioners In Slay, 1WW. and In rtgard to which the following order w.is promulgated: It sppeartnt to th ComnttnneT that the number of places for the sale of tntoxl catlre llnnors t)j retail rn the District of Columbia should not eweed -H10, awl said nomber having now been very much ex ecuted, It ts tfrdrrrd: That from ami after the 1st day of Jnne, 1STO, ho Itrente to sell Intotfeat ing ltqnors by retail will be granted to any peison, excepting tn caee of pnrelmee of premises where m tmetoe was comlnrted on said date, until the nnrrber of said lleewes shall ne redneeil to to. Commissioner Hoes, who has como Into ofHce since tho promulgation of the above order, said that unless Engineer Commissioner Robert changed his views In the limitation of licenses to 100 the order would stand. He had not, he said, had the time to carefully consider the matter, but as the order had been Issued by the majority of the Hoard of Commissioner, he therefore really had nothing to say a to what should bo the proportion of saloons to the population of the District. He thought, however, -100 saloons could be better managed than 700. OUR TRADE WITH MEXICO. There I Lrn Sllvrr Itflnc nxuirte! Suw Tlinn Koriusrlv, In a report to tbc State Department on tho trade at Pkdras Negras, Consul Fctchit says that although tho export values of silver ores In 1800 exceed by $800,313 the values for 18TO, the ton nage has decreased from 20,028 tons for 180 to 1-1.841 tons for 1800, a decrease of 5.182 tons. At an average of $0 per ton freight from mines to tho fron tier, this represents a large lose to the Mexican International and n much larger loss to railroads in tho United State. This decrease In tonnage of silver lead ores exported Is undoubtedly due, Mr. Fctchel says, to two causes the In created valuation of the lead compo nent at tho United States frontier custom-home and the low price of silver tbnt prevailed throughout 1C80 and the fiisi patt of 1800. The Importation to Mexico of Ameri can live stock on a large scale may lie regarded, the Consul "says, as a new trade cstablihcd within the past year. Experimental shipments of live hogs from Kansas City to Mexico have been entirely successful notwithstanding the Import duty of $2 2."i per head. Mr. Fctchel saya that the sharp rise of silver has increased the purchasing power of the Mexican dollar nearly 80 per cent, in a year. The first effect of this advance has been to lower prices of Mexican manufactures, lie also refers to the imitation duplication of American trade marks of standard repu tation. In Mexico, he says, thow cheap goods covered by fraudulent trade marks are principally from Germany, Ilelglum and Spain. RIGHT OF EMINENT DOMAIN. Opinion llcnilerei! Iiy tho AaxUtunt Attorney lor the District Assistant Attorney for the District Thomas has transmitted to the Com missioners his opinion In regard to the act of Congress, approved August 90, 1SC0, entitled an act making appropri ations for sundry civil expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1801, In reply to a communica tion from tho Commissioners. Mr. Thomas says that the clause at the close of section three of the act Is similar to that of the act of August 1, 1888, which applies to the taking of land in the District by the General Gov ernment for public uses and not to land taken for public uses by the District of Columbia. Both aets read as though the District of Columbia were expressly named. "It Is by virtue of these two acts," concludes Sir. Thomas, "you may exercise the right of eminent domain in regard to school sites, etc." WILL GET HI5 CHECK. 31 r, I'aeun Itelletcit tram the Couje luence or h lilt IlluuUur. ALtat District Attorney Thomas has sent his opiates to the Commls tloaers relative to Patrick Fagsu, a contractor, who detaands the return of a mtintd check for $1,000 deposited by him with the Collector of Taxes, when la September hut ha submitted a bid for certain grading but failed to fulfill his contract after it bad beea awarded bin. Mr. Pagan aliegad that be made a gross clerical error la writing bis bid, aad that oa September 5, befoM lus bad been Botl&eU by tba Uoamlsstouefs ol its aeeaptaace, be gave aotvea by latter that he withdrew It Mr. Thoatas da cbks that water tb cireutaataacas Mr. Fagaa is aalilid to aav bis check re turned to bias. i. Him m U'mili a 1'kcuua at Ivy Clly, Mr. J. W. WelU has seat the Coat mletioars a coaawMainatioa, ia which be says that the ttaagefoua crossing of the Haitiasoia aad Ohio Hailroad at Ivy City requires altautio at oace. A fla--auut itattoaad at tub) poiat would agord partial relief, and ia view of the uu proveaueais aad bet ridings hi course of coaalrueUc ia the vicinity it is to the latere! of the paople, as well as to the BaltiauMra aad Ohio Railroad, to comply with bis laquoat. Tha oaacats of th Folic? Tbiparimiai aad otbar oHiciali of tb Dsalrkt governuat are well aware of tbts aafiasaaty. Tha fiOjaiauBllvstiHT was tefeiied to fajfiali rVwaull t'ottttek MUtlanta. X party of Aasecteaa Mlasioaaritu to Africa have latuMstiy goaa tbroua a sj-g of Africau fever, aad ia coaw tjuence of tbeix ref uaal to receive meeii cal aid tbre of tbem died- The party "Pli-fc, a Mfsars HaLattck, Jadrgulat, Gcddiag. Gates, Hi,riif aad Trie. Tbey arrived Lb Freetown La iwm, and shortly afterward fitting and Htfda dd. vir tltew la the "faith cux$' ' tiaT bad aot sumutoaad a doctor aor tsVB atay saadaciae. The next day Mra KtasgtwM was tefti LU aad so was her husband- She died on tb 1 lib of Jua, aad bar busbaad oaly accepted Uw aervites of a doctor when lof uroted that the mWc narks had origLusiod a aueUgaapt fuitu ut ftvtt ebaaugeiiiLs taw wbola tuniutunUy lie aud Xr Trkf, hu was ill Wiri ukeu Lo the bebl)tUl for lliatliiiUl liliJ tci-ut.i.J TrnS6 ARCd.TSCTS. Th intetestif rregeamme rw tin AttttWni rewtniten Kxt tVsK. The American Institute of Arefdtects will hold Its twenty- fonrth aiwitml tan vtntloti In this city at the Arll!gw Hotel on Wrtnfdy next, and will contra e In sebn for everal days. At the opening rsi..n at i p. m. tlte n dr of wficnm- win be made by Coin uiHii rer D.mglass M ftsmwiJed to by President 11 M Hunt of the firstttnte. The rr pr.ru of the btwrd of directors, rommlttre and ehspters will be rel. In the vning between S snd 9 o'clock the tn mbers of the Institute, br srwcKl Invitation, will visit the Corcotnn Art Gallery. The Cosmos Clnb will rgeel ve the mi mbers aftrr 9 o'clock. onThnrs dsy at 10 a. m. there will be further re ports of committees, papers will be read on the "History a"d Status of the Amtrtean Institute of Architects" by A. J. Tlloor, on the "Foundation for Kansas Citv Hall" by P K Chamber lsln. on the "Science of K'thetlcs" by llenty Itutgrrs Marshall. In the afternoon a trp will be made to Mount Vernon and an oyster lunch given on the boat by the Washington architects. On Friday at 10 a. m. offi cers will be elected ami the final busi ness licfore the convention disposed of. After adjournment the members of the institute In a body will call at the White House. In rega'rd to sight seelne Sir. Edward Clark will receive the members at his office at the Capitol at il o'clock, Supervising Architect Wlmlrim will re ceive them at bis office In the Treasury Department, Mr. G. UrOwn Goode will meet them In the reception-room of the National Museum and Mr. Adolph Cluss will meet them at the Patent Office. ROCK CREEK PARK. the Purchase of the Property Um teinplntrtt tor Mnnr Yers, In regard to the Rock Creek National Park tn the District of Columbia, which will be not less than 2,000 acres In ex tent, It may be said that the reservation of tbls property for the purpose Indi cated has been for n long time under roDsidcratlon by Congress. On July 18, If 00, a resolution was passed by the Senate Instructing its committee to In quire Into a suitable site for n park. At tho request of that committee Major -MiciwiT, i oticii states engineer, sub mitted a report In which lie strongly favored the purchase of the property. Tho Senate committee thereupon re ported a bill for the acquisition of this land, but It failed to become a law. Central Park, New York city, was purchased for the sum of $0,358,083.G5. Prospect Park, In Hrooklyn, was ac quired at a cost of $8,010,370.70. Tho city of llaltlmore paid for Druid Hill Park 00:i,000, and Falrmount Park, in Philadelphia, was secured at a cost In tound numbers of 0,300,000. The largest park In St. Louis was purebred at a cost of $8 10,058.01. London, Kng. land, has a park area of 23,000 acres, and Paris A8 000 acres. runrrnt of Atr. Jncknon I'limplirey, The funeral of Jackson Pumphrey took place from his late residence, ttdO First street southeast, yetenlay after noon. Deceased was the rlrtt tenor of the Capital Minstrel Troupe. Messrs. Gardner, Judson, Clark, Hall, Swan and Ilrayton were the pallbearers. The remains were Interred In Congressional Cemetery. VTaiililtiKtnu Muck lixchitnce Sales Itegular Call 12 o'clock ui. Cap. A North O St It. K., 10 a HO; 10 a W); 10 a 60; 10 a 60. Keklngton and Soldiers' 1 lotos K. K 5 a 6W. Col. lire Ins., 100 a 11. Klgcslns.Co., 100 a Si; 100 a $1; 100 at-. MlMeHaneoua Bowls V. S. Kle-trlc Light 1st, '', 102; U. S. KUsetrlc Upht, ad, 0's, 152; W. A G. It. It. 10-40 ', K'98-IB, log; W A 11. Convertible U', 117; Matootu Hall Au'n, 5's, C lhtfS, KM; Vah. Matket Co., 1st Slort., 0's, 110; Wain. Market Co., Imp., 0's, 115; lnl'd A ceauoaru V.O., o'a, u :rvi, ; iviui, i.i. rtticuatu wo., us, u isvi, ; lbfantry. 1st, 0's, 10O4. 9S1; ti fautry, 2il, 7',lt04, S8; Wash. Co, Ser. A, 0's, 110; Wash. Gas ; nn. Lt. lu nh. Oa Light (ias Lieut Co.. frr. V, 4,130; Ilygente Ice Co., 1st Jfort., tis, ; American security aim iru, . National Hank Stocks Ilauk ot Wash tugtou, ; Hank of Itepublle, ST0; Metro-I-olUan, 270; Central, SCO; Second, 3o0; tanners and Mechanics, !V3; Cltlsens', liW. Columbia, 170; Captlal.UO; West Eml.100; Traders, ltj; Lincoln. '.18. Itallroad Stocks WashinKton and Georgetown, ; Metropolitan, '-30; Co lumbia, 72; Capitol and North O Street, M; KcklBgton and SoUlIsrV Home, 65; Georgetown and Teoaall town, 50; ItrlgUt wood, . Insurance Stocks Firemen's, 45; Frank lin, 5t; Mirfroiolltan, TS; NaUooal Unlou, 90; Arllnfiton, 15; Corcoran, ett; Colum bia, 17; Gtrraan Araerleau, ITS; i'otomse, S3: lgg H; l'tfoiils's, 51; IJucoln, Si. Title Insurance Stoeks-Kaal KtaU Tltle,125; Columt.laTttU.01; tVaddugton Title. . Gas aad Kleetrle Light Stocks Washlag tea Gas, 47J; Georgetown Gas, 50; 17. 3. KU-etrlc LlKbt,15SJ. TeliboB Stocks Peaasjlvania, 3S; CUi'eake asd Potomac, (J7J; Amurkau GrsritMHiiuHte, 1SJ. MlsclUnou Stocks. Watblogtoa Mar kst Co., 15); Wswhlagton Brick MacbiiM Co., ; Great Palls lee Co.. ; Bull Hun 1'auorauu Co., 90; Natfaxut! t Iht io.lt, 340; Wastdngtoa Sat Owooait, 19&; i lilo(ttua Limu and Trust Co., 4); Na tional Typographic, IS; ii argent hahw, M; PbMiwatbs Guu Carrisfa. 1; Awarieaa SMturHy and Trust Co , 6?l; Umulu Hall ii; llyshwic Ice Co., ; luwmotiui lttilttltw)r; Co., INnrrie&. KLSTO- UHtNDKK-Oetotor 14, UW. ai tht KaitiiMica t Hm. tarak A. iUirrto . Sto We T tlh 4iat watthvmt.hr Mm. J. Ulltos teMr. Mus FkMMuut J. UttMit ot Waah felTSML a C . aad Mr. ltd ward C. Kalp ut BwoUf . '. X. died. FAl'UtVXK-Oe Tkuxlar. Uctotar M. tSM,at la. a.WUiUffl h. WuUaaat. la tho tUltUrfUiUll Fmaril horn tt lata nwtiaax. HIS fourth street aoHtiwwl. oa Sasidar. Octottsr IS. at il t a rriasulswMi nhuiva w MsiMcUully UrTCtUH- lu this illy, eletobcc 15, at is p. feS1' aui'sw. am tta lain raiiilMirn No- 4 Mtnarhnaatts tou aottbwa, Muoday. otuc 1 at o'e-kwk. b- m iummmt at Clcsmeod CvmtUn Mmhm ai Hlraan Lodge. Ko. . f Al.l.iw nsMctfaUr xetjusat.nl to tw pteMWt, alw trimadi of that family. COGBTKKY-Oa Wsdamdar. Outotwr V. IMS. as M p. b.. litmm A . bstod haahaml ol Krrcia. Courtaaj . sad 41 jv Hcltl aa4 I rimtda arc stMsactf ullr n oeBc. mo. fcuulay. ilu. ISka Fourth suast aoSi wms. Hta. at J p. m. TulUaaot Sua ip BjssiaU iaius eobs.l HALL- UB Wactaaadajr. Octoaaf 13. . auawt Vuwiavwwa. m Mtaaa F 'sSTa4d TSjaaia urUa at CaliMNW. V SU O-Ob Wlaiy. Oetobcr is. im. at l. sa , Bum Xtf Kla. l jssmm. tCfMBAL- At Ptori&ML SVoital. Qutt lHr u. tt-aa, Gort ByeiaaL mtt of iajfW- uhi; uaii is. taw, at n.ss . m., Juho H White. t& Uikil mm ol tmiir and it late Joko T. White, aged 44 I. ' Btoataa aad IS days Th frkmda and relatl v of Uut faoUy are reacavttully hited to altetkd hi tuaerl frora ta Ute nistsliwna Ko IW O Utt honthratl. ou tiunday aiteraoos at i-Al y tu bTSWAMT-At Sureka tWcUUS. Ara . eK socxrS. ao, afttr a luajraaj pafcluJ tlioo Lottie Mthr. wU of f KTiaWmst of Ul he- Tel., lurtuerly of Uila city utatcaeut at lUHeatoa, Ten. TAKU UK kXtM.kU. QTOLKM (Ui THE AWHttMnrm of TB LI 141b. a leliuw Irlaii aattar Basra lata, a yclluw Irlaii uM.tr w, aaawor to Uut WMtut of vkik tid oa t cuBr-.. one itui uaBie uf i out aud too oCSur manil beU A libtraJ reward ul tie gives Cur any lufr maUuu Uwt may bead to ttu Mooter f ttc 4x and tbc it-ct-utKs if tUetbi.r ! H XVSUIUNb ntL'uUiti ruio dU '.. lA-t Pa ill' CUPID S RKWT. i.ttHK trtrtf ttsm nt mm tn MM. A vtrf pltwi- Teddlttg ttfek fw hut Wenlrg at t. resldwrrc of If. Jolt Mcdtlland, l'-M Trnth attwrt Btmhweat, tt t.i He eClelll rlg united In marrlau to Mf. Arthnt .t. Ik-ll, the popnlat tetter carrier. The ceremony was performed before a large swmber of friends Mri retatlrw ht tn He. Chatlfs Rimnlell of llr Soflh Pr.yteTlan Church. Tfw ywmig rounle were the rwlplenw of Many hntxlcome and valuable prewttta, among which were a Uver swvtw from the relatlre of the eroom, a sitter pitcher from the city letter carriers, and a hamlmme crayon rxwtialtof Mr. Hell. A reception was hehl after the cere mony and a pleasant evening passed In (oclsl enjoyment. Anflnterestlng wedding ww cerebrated yesterday at the "Cedars" rtw George town Heights In tlte marrlaee of Hobert "W. Mcl'herson to SHes Ikesre C. Karle. The ceremony was performed at the bride's home In the presence of a large number of guests by ller. Mr. Iteglster, rettor of Pt. John's Church. Mr. Web ster Henderson, cousin of the groom, acted as beat man. The presents were many and valuable, among them being the chair used by Charles Thompson, the first secretary of Congress, At the conclusion of the service the bride ami erocm left for a trip through the North and West. They will return to their future home. 1016 Thirty fifth street, about December 1st. Cards have been issued by Mrs. Mary A. Winans for the marriage of her daughter, Alice A. Winans. to William Cromwell Downey at the Metropolitan 51. K. Church on Wednesday evening next. Sl'KOIAt, NOTlCIiS. IJ53aT"orFicE op ihk commwionkiis, sa OrroBBKlT.l&W). NOT1CK TO WATBII-TAKBR4. To altnwr.ecewAryprmnetlon tnherrmile, water preurn will ln lowered throughout tli elty, from 7 p. no. to-day until noout T a. m. to-wotrew. .T. W, DOU0L..3S, J. W. KOS4, U.H. K0DBHT. lt CtHnmfrQBers D. V. TUB SAMEIIOllSHrOW'EH fOK ONBTBNTH TUB COAL. VOHKIHO AT 11BNN1K0'S,D.C. oelS-lM ggy-A CAWJ. MR. JOHN HTAN, cvrnn, Ine Hm the dressy jreattemen taeall at KEEN'S, 41 1 Ninth itrert. ami place tbetr order for a Urst-elan irftrment. oolS-lm S3T 0T1CK Or KXriHATION OP LI- ton. D. C, October 1, lsSO.-Notlee I twrehy given that on the MSTllAYOP OCTOHBR, !H, will expire all lleenset ulven by the Dis trict l Columbia to Aiotheearle, Auc tloaeara. Uanks and llaakeri, Urok er. Claim Aaents, C'ontrantori, (Tattle Broker", CornmluUm Mercbantf, Dealers tn Iitilletl and Ferinnted Llqnnri, Wine and (ordlali, Dittlllers, Iniurance Aeeato, lee Dealer. Manufsoiurvn of Illutalnat Irs (las. Life and tire Insurance Com Iclen, 1'ater.t Attenta, Pawnbroken, l'ro nretors of ltarroomi. Sample room, ilppllne-lioute. llllllard. Daaatelle and Jenny I.I nil TablM, bbalHe-board. Howling Alley, Hotel. Livery ritablea, Intellleenoe Offliiw, Junk hliopa, Doalers In fooond hanil Clotlil&i;. Dealers tn Old llarrelf. Ileal Batate Arent. lleiitlners, ItMtauranta and Battng lionie. Theaters, Variety Theatre. Ao. All parties enaaged In the aboTe-deeeribed btulneer, tradra. or ifofeuion, mint promptly renew tbelr Ikenwe, In aeoord asee wlihaaeetlonof the lawa of the Dis trict of Columbia, viz.; "That eyety person liable for a !icene tax who may fall to ray the same before encasing In the buafoeaa, ahall la addition to the lleenae tax lmpoaed, pay a fine or penalty of not la than 55 mr more than JW foreaeboffenae." tly order of the CommUaioner Dlitrlot ot Columbia. MATTilKW TKIMDLK, Aweaaor of Dlatrlct of ColumbU. poll St KSB" LADIES ' LADIBS,! LADIBS I fc33 Mrs, MeeTaOery Is the only hat and boaset frame Bwnufaeturer la the oity. Call and e per new abapea. UlaaehluK aud relBZ Straw aad felt bats altered to the ttet styles. Orders promptly attesded to. leoe o street b.w t3r,TIIK SAFE DEP06IT AND STORAGE && DSl'AKTitKST, AMERICAN SBCURITY AND TRUST COM- PAKV. 1110 1STB4T.N.W. Absolutely Fireproof. New ready for tbe straeef PafBtture, Ptaaae, tllvtr ware, Pteturea, Mirrors, Trualu, CarrtoBQ". aad all portable arsietea. Paak tag, MoTtaKaati bbtpptoK by expert. Order by aatlsr telsafcnnit preaptly aMeaded u. (VI) aad eiaiilrte bwUtair. Berdtas paa door. Telephaae No. -Ml. ALBantT M. RK ID. (ea,ln Geaatat Muisr. jgr-KOTJCK TO TAXPAYWW. Orrica or tu Coixacioa or Taxaa, il. C UeloUrS-ldW. rHMMiaut to tbe wovUiojuef tae act ap- proteai utiiotr i. aaav au artea rasas or gen eral taxes prior to July 1. last, aad iiin tM lybwr of water laatas. row dae to. aad I be Imb for wUak are beld by Uut Dfattrict of rolaaxUe. saay be aaU until OTTOBBK SI, MM, with ( Br reataai iatweat ia Ilea of tbe rate aad penahhn bow axed by law, aad all accrued toU e'oliev'tor of Tax., D. C. rWWST IMMT BAYS YOA'M S337 Bttiie ay of ba saoat oatea eatlers ta waHaat Mw hwu tsu tabaVrnte catters eaaojav TT, T. HALL. 9SS 1 HIV, fSyBtt J 8 BatUtY. D D. . af ft ysbitsni easoaetraror of tbe Urn leraUy of Marylaad. has eats MUasd W nneeBfB wree aunavaat, aaa wjwswoa tioaasw. irtw. Bltfoa oxide aad aU aaa-- laaaioa instiasaiarwa. otsSVtai J3fJ- WUXLAM UU (lMI0a4ealiksr i HaaaWT Xaatt'tl BsMUrJe maStrTAXMt, 3 PA. AVK. K. W., Uraacli OSafiew Sfa MaSvasl aaa. s w. MIS IBlj fflTlt . ITITlsTtpiTftoiTat1! ftjisrf TaaftMjf BBlJl f ftataf fiaaf Mai MB? Tfaffjf. Wuft of cocas, aasdoaa, dtaaaaad Basis aasl aH etfcar fot.t troabW Bouta.la.sa. to'Bss. uadays. S to 12. Oatotw, i w vtaft for bUltUaT thi faaaat L& giAaffl TflMf abaBUB9aalaBML M4KV T IMAX. - I Off X TO UAAMOM KsUl WTATSJ eiij 11 1 tad-laaa atMsnjstta i loweat rates uf HMiereat- ss sjsuauP wsbbv saoariu & hummu w. AIOHEY. JQ I Ot ALL Uati. tquhv ot WaaL stTAT cciurv. AT a AJE PR cfST. i3i jSv am lnniniif Baaau atatufn tiflmirttT 9Ti ISSttTSa,' lsW 4n t e . HILL, UtAL SaTATK AMU LOA3W. t. Bi-jmKi I- (J a nt au pana or iou mty uie aud Vlre InouraAoe Coruar tb aad 9 au i- oruit JBallAJ-i wam i n nrtr. .JASTBD-A nKpTAni.SJ omt.rVlIt lfn Hxtlnt MM eMMMll hOlt'eWOTtt. . 1, J ' 1 jl. . 1 r " , SrwnBxnnnsw. "- ArA"TISr-A r1Klt!tM1W, CBJw VV ttwaW for a famllT of tsro. ftall after (tefh-fkat iW3 Haw. iw itw -iTArniW-A BDOTJ, StrSTOW WHtrt VV tfrl forpTata"iiwwwit rMMd cot 1 ayrt lam dre csll at tap Q n a . AArATKD A ITfiVaB nlKL fTOtOHErti, !nit Mrtt tn ietilTi atlit Ironrasr. tt tyrant Place , '' ArASTD-AiTnTWiirft mm-to yr Vt rend to the mrl lwwteWora of a smsil pTlf at fnmlly of 4- fin sWna Imn lte; tnnt -tny at msht. W8 Worth 'ar.ilm re wjt 7 ASTTD- fOStPRTEWT tTHITK KnitlW V to omilt. wah and Iron: food wferenoei wiatred Aptly law JetiiotiPla. nyt rAMTBD-AWOWA1tTrt 1ft) ALL Tit K W work of atmnll family Apply at Ivm WANTKD- SITUATION"!. ATiD-ltr"A KPllCTAilt.R COtD womati. atj ascoolt Call or sddr 1 Franklin s t n w. IT ArASTKn-BT A REPE(TABLR?TR rtrl, a olaoe n firt-cla waltreo rhaarbernmra and ewlns; tn a nlr-e private family Pl-serallt tTSSMaMavfl n w WW TED BT A BRSPRCTABLR nttl lrl. a Mmatlon as rhambermaid: aood tfetenre ( all t 1 ISS Kith t n w 17 St T7ANTRD-A SirVATIOS ISA PRIVATE V t tamllr by a yonncman 90 years old; oan tte city referenre. Write JOHN ItUrtl- AKAS. IS 1- t n w lT-St in-Jtr a cnrnBRD WOMAN and a rlrl. one a ermmherriMbl and cen era) boneworker: the other as nnrte: refer eirpf. Call at 1705 Hlpr t n w. 1 1 lit YtrANTBD-BY S RBsrECTABLE COL'D VV irlrls. llntlontoconk, wah andiron nml ilnrenersl hutiework Inprlratofamltre: sjtwid refetetire (Mil or addrew 1108 q n w. WANTKU MISOllt-f.tNEOtlS. A FEW DB81RADLB ROOMS, WITH steam power, good elerator serrlce and 8rst cltem iBHorsbp, In tbe TOST BU1LDINO, for rent at low rates to flrst-elaes tennnt. Apply to 8T1LSON llUTCtllNH, Tost ttBlldtnr, or FRANK MAOUIltE, Soperln tondeut. FOIt llKNTItOOJIS. Iron RENT 1 LABOR UNFI'IlNtSIIED rocim. with ; lit. At SOOT tltb st a w. troll 1IENT-1W! 14T8T N W. 2 DNFOR I Belied front room In new bulldtnir; ladles m ottiee preferred; rent JU; references ox chansed l-3t iroll IIKNT-TWO L-NFL'RNISIIBD COM I. tminlcatlnir rooms, with Ijoard; 1 floor: roHllmrn ex;omr. twil M n w. 17-St iron 11BNT-N1CKLY FUltNISltED ItOOM; V new home: convenient to hentlci, car nnd Dfparlment. KHMnHnrenw 17 St Fl It BENT-S CIIAMnEUS AND PAHLOlt. with bath. l'Ht ami : reference re- qnlred. Apply at IS07 1Mb t n w IT St F OH HBNT-8 OOMMUNICAT1VO BAY widow rminn: itnfurnlhel: 3l Hoor: new enrnerlwiuf outhan(1eat front. -WHUtne irOR HBNr-VNFUHSiailED, 811 PI.OOK .1 Ik atillful rooms; lrre cloU; , beat. bath; pear market, more, caterers. Call altrrt p m . m -t o t n w. 17-St trOlt KKNT-lull CONN AVK-HASD fomeaporttnrnt" lnle or en nlt. irOH 1IRNT-U OS t LROE FRONT TN J' turulbeil mini, cewly paperetl, njw ixxi'o. an v t n w. ts-St F OR 1IKNT- PLEASANT FHDXT FOR nhhed room: alo an tinrurnlithed oarlor with btiHid for married cimpleor Kent. HIT Hlto t b w. IB-It r()lt ItKNT IIOL'HHS TTOH RKNT-UNPURNIHHED- XII Van are. 17 r andltable po ca Utbat ex.. Un 1S5 W lSW M t B W, 18 rs IWM lSfSJlIern w. Itrs US G1 isiltn w.ltrs ion Pi) 1 718 Q t n w, II rs WW 111M; t n w, 11 r WW lMll.lnw.llt IHM 1T ij t n w, lt rs is Si imwjimuw.hm snas 17e8Corcoranat.ll rs 7W tTW ( orcoran t, 11 rs 75 08 vm Q st n w, 11 rs ... es 1U0N il o w, lu ra 00 m) 1H0 Htlntn w.2 rs S Lafayette .Sjuare, Un tMM htoaehton st. Srs M 00 iM! lltll st a w, tt rs MM 1841 h st u w. s rs 45 W lsoe 7th st n w, tr and dwg as oa WSt 1Mb st n w, 6 rs 08 7tb and Pomeroysts, S bouses, eaoh... U 00 Tho aboTo bouses can be examined by per mit from our ofnoe only. TUOMABJ. FISIIKlt i CO.. laH F st. n. w. TTOK RENT TWO BRAND NEW 811 i; room frame houses. blKb aad drylooa tton; near ebarebee and publle school tn UBtoctown. liHjoireof A. DKURENl), t U st n w TOR WALK HOCarBI. rroR salenaandrTaTTkoom J; frame boose, last Hnlihlnr; nydrantla yard; lot lSxlM; snog borne; price, im). Ap ply to KOliEKT J. TlIOMAil. ltOOB) No. 3, SIS 16th st. F0U BALE-TTIRBE OF TOK CHEAPEST bouses tn Washington, 10), 10 and lie 11th stne; two-story and basement, brown tone trimmings; 7 rooms asd bath; electric bells asd eat; price, S,&00 each, $5Se eash balance to salt or trade for eood Iota. roil SAX-E AMI KKNT. iSfAL BBTATE BLT.LET1N THOMAS E. WAGCIAMAN, I7 F street. CaaBses BuMe WedBeaaays aad Saturdays. bTOKY BRICK AND FRAME II0USE8 FOB BAL V aBd4Mllthstsw.bh.iul, 9rs.... fVSDS sat tst st a w. b h. b rs ,... i.uue JOT aad SW Va ave aad Sttt Mb st aad t uuiBiproTvd lots, ae SI Jaw US to SxY ISth t and Ky ave, betSC ateastiBstae t.OsJ antoSaHDstse.f b.Sra IMt SOCStbet se. bb.( ra SM M aad -toss Capttol stsw.f b. Ire.--- M9 SMlUbktse.bb.Sra 4.SSU W sad tt 1 t s e, f a, rs tW WSStoiailiWaves w, bk, SM tyrt Seal stsw.bb. Srs 1JKU (asGatsw.fb.Sre 1JM Alley Let Stb aad Tth, a aaat M m a a, bb. Irs UaM afiStStbstse, f h,S(s UA SIS lOtb st s . t b. S r Hat Utta Cap at. b b, 5 M 1.8Sv task ta lisSBstse, I h.Sweaeii...... l.SW tUKat se.fb.5rs IJW Alley bet M aast Stb, R aaat I sttS w, 4rs ast ll5-lTBurke'. altof.f b,wsasi.... m 7aopeavese.ba.tr ism) SLte. bh.r SW KeartStS tsw. tb, t as tat tJNlMPisOVKD PSOPWITY FO AljS. V a cor 4Mb aad 1 at a w K at Fart lot , K.t. twtssti aad mhasaaw. 4.W U st. bet th aad Mth its a w s7 Pa ave. bettbaaa7tksSs sa. Tth st. bet R aadS sts a w 1 U st. bet Sd aad tth sts s e 1 FlorUlaave.belKCapaaelQtnw.... 1 5 Stb at. bet S Cap aad A stsae t ad G -at Aland Ida e Hvejt Hrasaai ssiMJaa Ost RBaiT. !..... 1!rw0k iraTstaw.Sra lu 39 Huo, 3r am EatBW.Srs, ttg IJT Javt set ra. Lateiteaddaw. t MM y Cheater Court BW,1r.. MM Bear ma 'r ' TO t w t laid OBrlsu. Court a w,4 .... S 6M MatIob alley 8 w, r 7 kTOKRa. UFWCita. te. WwadwrWJlslBW.Ja... t& Lsaveitat 8oor. sf coat r His Inta st iraiais assa S9- - Mi asd dsnfitH sisw, S ra. StianddwalWUGstse. ira... Il Stable rear UL at w W Gastoa snuuiajr. rvum i m EaJl ISM U at W Stkbli! nar UH K t B W U kton-rooiu 'Mita. T SO r Al"Sb WHO REUIlttK TUB .IsdVk'M Li of a Wojc etatUlwd M ralle Sbea' iiLj.klau may oo8alt Mrs- Ut WIUtN'i!5 Park PUuc u e. bet and C aad Uth and ULsUue e uua-UsUj wilh Sstesottly seir.u. Uur m ni TibiE, ws u pay X "hM snoaej" for foaU artolai ate-csxa-ban.f aoSTuit lid4s orcijl at JlnrfaW rttja tvrasiD. siapst. . vr C4iaiMiaatosk.at Of OMJCIba- 6. Bl NDY CuM h jV DKSDo PUS ALL ataua and Terntuf las. 45b La. ave . OBO. G y Baj: Ifeas3 gbtif3 SSSSSSaSSBSSSSSSSiSSSSSSSSSBSiaSSaSSSStSBBSBBBSaBSBBSBW mmm mmi dibect-iry AhTTfitS' jtsn rtix rie.- M i r r. f.rn RtxEAL, .? sta ;ib t. n. w. HtfcDA. MHiflDT WtMtlrt. yAM;m Miller, se? h at n w. sflSAA. BtltLY (XL, lt Pa ae.; - J'0SS 8.HI ut. g . tt Bltows. wi na t. 7imil1tiMAS.ratnt. .jrrfroftJrii.B. TiritcAveos mm., , & t., Rl tufatis Wrrwrtar, 8hat. TU1TT. ftl?;rV tf ftf... ias. r otBTBIl, Pa. ave. aad rh rt j, trfti:. tt to 111 OMrs Itarttet m to Ml Oatre Market. n nm're naraet i ai urn riMhMi eidwt tVwttra Market. GEO. 8. ATtTATWt CO , HM ts Pa, ate, H IKftM V. BARMS' CO OP. AStt'ft, V. Cap. St. ItOOT.t, SMOIts AXHMt7HHl:tt.1. 3. lt.MORAN.tS4lhst. A. L. BAELRTuM, B Ttb St M. STRICKLAND. W Pa. BTB. mko. w . Rt( n.Tir starlet SMtea, noWBII. A Mt hHA.SWHbn. n. w. JOHN .. VHLLKS,lr . MS Ttb St. a. w. L. UfcILBkt',tWTthst.ii. w. J . BOOL, one rrtee aoe Htrat, TM Ttb st. NATIONAL HOTEL SHOE STORft,tP f. II W AI.KBKTVCKSR, 1SB Pa. ave. JOS A. REPRITI, Sit P. are. s. e. H.I.VKKrt.l. BIOOB A CO., Pa are. ami 1Mb ot. I.KW 18 .JOHNSON A CO . lth and Pa. ass. COMr-ON MAOARTNET. lilt T St. HATRMAN A CO.. 1111 T St. n w. W M. MAYHE CO., 5t tth 'I. WOODS ACO..I1M Fst.B. w. LEW 18 0. 1 KW K8BURV A CO , 1S F. JI-I.VW CENTRAL NAT. HANK, cor. tth St. smt Pa. are. CITIZENS' NAT. HANK, 818 15th St. NAT. MkTt OCOLITAN BANK, M 15th St. 8BCOND NATlONAL,S07th st. . w. COl UMDIA NATIONAU li F at. B. w. NAT. DANE REPUBLIC. 7th and D sts. llUOh SV. 1.1. f UN A XI) .1 TA Tl Uf lilts W M. BALLANTTNE A SONS. 488 7th St. A. K. WILLIAMS, Ml S 7th St. H W. W. II. MORRISON. 1884 F St. COItWT couurcTou. M. C. WIIBLAN, la.1Flt. r-irwo:. F. FREDND, 7t Bth St. B. w. Vl.OTIII 1SHS. t. flAMIirtirjF.R A 8CN. (Ml Pa art. M.WiOhKUNB PRICE CLOllltNO ltOUSB, ait 7thKi. n.w. OOLDBN BAULK CLOTHING CO., 811 Pa. ave. s. e. VAHHI lilllS. ANDREW .1. JOYCVS SONS. Warerooms lese-socunn ave.; Factory, lists lithnw. W. V. U&YEK.-MS Pa. ave. Also uamese. 110IU-K AND CAKRIAOB BAZAR, tfJ-W La. McDEKMQ-lTABHO. , SIS fa. ave. n. w. vnxri-.r Ttnx i:hs .i.vi va n:.s. T.JAhVlH, tSStthHt. llllsKKAlltDD. 519 8th St. LUA8 1'. FLKlrCllMANN, lllOPa.ave r.f r;.s. TEMPLE HOTEL, ttb St., op. U. 8. Iat. Ofaae. IIU NEW bNOlANDCAl'R.SlaMbst. KLK8' 1UN1.NH HOOMrt. WU'M.ave. r (lAi'v.t'ro.vrj, riKI.DINO A CU. 457 Pa ave. (ILL'd, l8Fst. fcltk.k.1 Z A CO . rf r. 1Mb awl F sts. n. W. HUEfNAllAN A CO , 110 Tth St. B. w. P. N bw 1 ON, 17!l 11 Pa. ave. a. w. XMMKKT8, 41'.) Ttb st- a. W. COAllUTltlXlJH- irilU&VaAI.K. M. DRILL, 417 Wh st. IWCOHATUH. HENRY F. REM, Wth aw. nitAVi:mi:s. nt:inttxti axu rru. SlTlMll. WUNDKMAN A CO., ttth at. Tel., 87-S. 1K' (MODS. W. M . SHVSTKK A IrOrtS, ll Pa. ave. LANhHL'HOlt AUKU..4Sbto MM Stile H. w. bCMON 1'KKKY, Pa. ave. aad Mb St. THI. J. LLTTh 8LL, tt Pa. 8ts, JOH.SMO A LUTrRtU.fia Market Space. T. HElMlAKUT. W7tFat. a. w. e kses at s o clock. 8 J FlbHsiU las Pa. aa. oko r. HAkbm. ati F b. D. UU BCH A Ofc. P- ' , . aw, A.BTERN.ISManar- '-a HMt.i- f.-4 Z. D. OILLMAM.8K -.- , -T.B.OikAM. Slr a. w. k. i uuxrwum, Mt mm as. 8AM I EL T BtUTT, Butf 1 Butldlar in'jtHA .i.vjs ac u varus. BlllOOb' NEW YORK IrTXAM DYE HOUSE '.OS Stb st. ANTON PlBCHKX,!Maet. liAHN'b.tmMbst. orlsSSSBdst. J. B1LKNER. HI 44 st aw. iUtablisbed laBt. r.l.KVTlttV LIMIT VOATKAV TOMS HOYCX A MAREAN. 1M Pa. aye.; also re pairers. HTClllXas, PM.K.l I IXtiS, II.ITL'K Vtll.OltS A Oil. PAIXTIXUS. W. II. YEEKUOFF, 131 Pa aye. aad til aad 4W 7th st. a. w. t: r c it i sua, k x k -t r i .v a . VKASiiiA. i:tv. MCELROY'S ART bTOKK. W88 Pa. aye. rims ixsvuAxv'i: cunPAsms. FIREMRN'b 1N8. CO., ttb st. aad La. are. COLUMBIA FIRE I. CO., 114 Ps. a. w CORCORAN FIRE IN. CO., set 1Kb at. a. w. Kie,(ie FiRK INe. CO . 1SSI F St. NAT. I'MuN FIRE INa. CO.. 848 La. ave. UNtOLN FIRE IN. CO., 4o Stb t. riiit.uisri.Hs .iu pop t, rn i. R. A. i.i'l.DKN, SSVi i) Cefitre Market. tLUPK MILLS. PIONEER FUlLH MILL. A-B. CROP LBY, J''7KA'Jrt'JtJf. THOfc. D. bIMdLaTQM. 413 7tb at. . O. I OW Ubs. tttr Pa. ave. UL'tstiwotsCHA eo.awTua. H. Bl KkHkLT A Mi. lU18-7Ust. BAt Uat-MID A MYKHai. 11W tth at. HOI SB A stKRklMAX. 1T 8 Tta a. a. w. KOl'aJt A CU., aWsltb a. w. . K. BktuWK A MJti, cor, asth and Pa are ..! A"fl'JtlV.V CA Ml DWMAK.SH Utbat. a. W .4.v J-'fArrJtVS -I.V JsM Jf ... Is. b- b-HMsti A stUO, 44M Stb XW UH4WXKIMS, i. K. CLJUBV. tsa lltb as. a. w UJaMmO YOttsUa CO.Xu.WHhU. b. w. BVME A CO.. W Market bpasstt. UUT t: AS. EBBH r BOl'bE. tstb aud AsOJJib rob UtrTEX, Vt. are aad a st RJLiii tseH'aS. Uth aad 6 ste- a. w. IMrtttiAk' MeMkf, Ts., above If . fastMABDIl. Uth attdH alsV MwlLuVoUTAK HOTaX.Pa4.veadSt!i St. O EN Hot B. ia. ave.. saai V Tltaaaury. ilT VEMKON UOITEL, 1 Pa. steTw Bos-sBS, 58s aad uiwar4 TH8 BaXVlDiill. s ave aad M st. MOWMM-ri MSiJiHIXO (.UOIM THE FAIR. I e eur 7tb aast M s s. a- w. MA UXMA .UU HUMS It 4Ms. IX l ABK0..487 Paave. MAMMWAMk. A i4irXA; UOOlAX. W. WAe-aJHt, AU Pa. ae. .l s( is HJt A. It 4V t St'if AAA 4 -tA J tVbaELL. 14 ti H W- U A l eP4AI4i- ex..WsT watstt I Wi V4 T f tpntp fnPslF W "" F ltW PaW HBiFl Jll4Y4t4 PWK MtptWaUX. C A.Miatb8ta.sy I ll.YPl 1&1 IM) Tt AM LAI SDK Te-eu-,. IMS 4 i usi.i N UOt Hi MiM i- fa i -mos T.RjAjrt .T H. BttKBtrLM : I.nw. BROOKaVBSt- tvt -. - tttttibaMe a .r. lBLSf. mm mM!m&iMk MOOtW A ISSSt! ' V iTaWatT.MBasi W- WtTKbiCEJE. W8 P are lurnum mm mm y.tnr.' rr nstnntim rtwu. PALAKBOTAI, l.thst ) P. a. fmWiLAffl Bt . ! SWf Ml !! it. a If. f. fttr.LKR.IWhanflPa nvf. ZAii nrmK W. ft. tJtCTiERMtt.R CO , I1 IT .tri:r.a. PWKt, tJlBTKB. WW r-a aw Mtcm-mjtst TAn Itra.at.. Ltl rm ttav. - . . a ITIW i m M um Pa art. w, n.cfta M.tn.t VtAtti. TM, ' FrB.ir.frjr. HAtWARB ntttHtrWOlt.satlMliSv tfri xrnr, rt.nAxa, " tir'. J. c. HPTTfliNBois. 7 Pa. vm. LONDON BAZAR. 715 Market BSSte. Mtr.i,t!tEr Attn rAiretmm$. THE BOW MARCH g. MSTtB tt.. w. MtutAKt Axn Mmn'MTV-nm'" . H, MBTBlt.tSt 7th st. UPTUJAXS. ttASKLllt CO , ff Pa. . . B. BEMrLSH, 8 Pa. . MLtrO. WOKCrl A CU,. 8 tt. MlJtif.l.Vr?J.Vrta W. M. SrBt JiRpOSIl, ttW Ttb St. . . iOBK 8. P OHIeN, 481 tb St. A.M.fUBMAH, 1781 Pa. ave. PA I' UK. tX 0. STOTT CO., MS ft St. B. MORBIbOW, SBH-WT Ust.a. w. i,i ir- - i tj PlAMUtXH. .sttn Ha ASM ? II OKA". W.O.rlKRRT.stsltlhst. . Mf;.sr.it Jt.i.vr. OBLORN A nOBAN. Tth aed U Sts. uvunr.K noons. OOODTRAK RrBBKRrO.,9Stbst.S.W. HOU liMMACO-Stltthst. sa vsa or n ppa r TpKitft. A. t.OKFFLR,'4r Centre; 8 It, Utstrty. Mid 798 O Street Market. AO.I1 trtlHKti. WXAVBR, XRffSLA A CO., 38M WirferSi. siUl'HS, J'VMSAP US ASUKAXajIS, . t. Q6Y A CO., 185 Pa. aw. SHOMTtMl MMIH. M A. TAPPAN. 1013 Pa are. SAi'it ;'o.fr cvnPAXMts. WPA8M. SAFE DBP CO;, 818 Pa. at NAT. SAFE DBP CO , N. Y. v. BfMt tttli St, ATOKAtin irAKRHOPSIk a. W, KNOX. Jit and B sts. iw. At It. tX.lTKPMPSTS AXtt TKUBSliA CHAKI.B8 FlellEB. CBTth st. n. sr. vi'iioi.srr.HHH& papiiruaswkr. PRO. WILLNKR. 488 ttb tt. r.viiifNr.iKii'Jt.v. N. F. HARVEY, BW Pa ave. A. HLKIH)hF,SlSPa. ave. J. WM l.KB 8WPb. ave. OBO F r.fRHORsT.8S8Pa.ave.t. IAHIPTI STUMS. BOTI ON Y A Rl aT Y WTUHB. 786-8 Pa. ave. HAL'A .A7 l.WVOHHWlWt.a- a ix-r. THBPHOOYAKKKCO., neceow toSaoo jraker A Hwtn 1t-8 II st, a. w. CHRls XANDKR, tov 7th st. CKAB KRABMtR.TI7 7tbt. JACOB X ANDER. 1815 Tth st. B. w. "tt -j. js- ,' . ' r g Speebsl barmlna for thla week oaly, offered by tee Crwtlt Jewelry House of (Bfa-ffy, To eoavlBre tmt patrons that we are Mitts o4 eaaaptr oa credit taaa aan txt Mr e based else br for -ash. please note t below prietaat which tbe followlasr foods are of Jered on our it Ul redit System. As we drllvtrtbe eiioCs on theflrst paysssMt par i haters bare tbe ase of tb article wbile tbey aierMllBCforit- J8 te will buy a ladies' ilckel open face Ewise watcb. Salt vtlll buy a ladles' chatelaia watatt. handnntxtly eBsraved; sptaadW timupieev, good wateb for tbe aoaey. ljw win uiiy a waicn ot same ansa as above, with sotoe addltioaal ta St8.Wwlll bar a aeslleataa's iBf-eese, soPd silver .-wi-s ntckal Bsmeavaat. Jw.MlHlll bur u ladles' silver baastBtf-aassi Bwtsa BMivtmwBt, stem wind a! set. Jtf.75 will buy a soldid silver geatlsnB' 14-stse batitlac cae, with obi bow, stem Wiad and set, nickel woveawet. SM.M will buy a solid silver lsVatse baathM -ase, full Jewel bvrtse, ateatwiatt B4st this Is a decided barsaln. 116 MO V.1H ba an op face stiver vraAea. Walt bam avovesaeat, asoas wiad aad set. SU 75 will bar a ladies- solid Isold baattasr ease watch, fcwlaa movement, sum wtad aatt set p 118 00 wtll bay a solid silver 8-etae baatraa ease wati'b. with tl jeweled Hocktord mtwe meat: warraated for Ave years. Sit St will bay aa ! solid stiver 4-oa. ease, irold binges, 8-Wweied Boekferd ateve xeeat, atesn wiad aad set 1 hie watch is war rant wl for five years J 18X8 wtll buy a tadlea' aieely eaaraveil id sold hMBltmr ease watck, witb ftwtsa atoveaauBt. stem wiad aad set. fiats will bay aa ooea lace, dnet-Broaf. 8lwd ease, warrauted to nearas wUsettd gold for tweaty yr, with a Roukford at ve meat warraatea for five years. Ss will bay a aicely-eaaraved ladies' welch. soUd stofd huntlne4a, aseat wiad asd t, fewiasmovemeat. okkle. f4 78 will buy a aeathMBiiB's eaea fwse filled tae. warranted to wearas welfaa soRU sold for twesty years, with XocUord asove meat warraated for B e years ava.sBv.itl bay a uU-elyeswrraved ladles' soUd old bualln ease wsua, aistsa wtad aad set, full Jeweled itense straisat ttaa, wta Brecuet hair saruu $m 15 will bay aladiea' solid aotd I c-ate, fall Jvweled kwiaa saovaaMat. WBsa aaA set. frwtll buy a la-iies' solid i solid 8BMdjMMw 1 fevas Miivssxial t ate waWh. Aacaa atraurat i i718 wUI bay a IdW aleely eMraaed tdid foJ4 kuatiB-ea watcb, witi alukel tvnMHp asavvVvaBsvanBtsV iab.Wv.iU bay a Is. ilea' solid aetdwatea. 11 jswekd Ibria saovement. TbtalaacaMa iSTS wUlfuy a lid.es' solU &k wSb fall Jawefaed bU; latest lmiveseMl. fjt 08 will boy a ladies' solid iold vfc. fait Jeweled It A beauty. $ 50 wUI buy a ladles1 solid t vMWb. teradcillia ede. n jeweled Ejte- Tax watch would be cheap at $40. ,lwUl buy atleBM' srtM asld fajscy bos tsas 11 JeweMI Jiosikiord. -raattd for gve years. Tata waekasMwaar beea sold for lass than tM. tmM will bav a irimrlaasaa's aatat aald WSAfh. Veraw-aibt ad. liaaatkfailT "ia asasad. Awrf puoular djajtaa , wtit a it jMBaHnSsaft WtjV'sUH JbsHiMM WHB&H&MRm SHatf laStlirsatl lOtT V IttsasTai. 4jlsWaBF S ay ,B4 jEaBsvHPBBBBsY 5t wilt bar 4 aoUd awi'i a, lull Wweb tail wweiea aoiaioru MQtn BBvWMtaMsBBBsWt i arraaUd fst'lve a palest ravJatur, lljfiXJjaad Bpaiarda ta our prtna for tlbjil cassw. aartTantcd tu wear as Well aesejsd sold for tweaty years vt e can give you tar style you tui, Uuaun caa or ojsaa-toov, BaelyeBs raved or in plalu eojfiue-turaed. HlW ad aawards t oar prUe for the ele batacd o,Uis ttaiB atosMsford asoitaaalssts. Theae saotaawf ts are warao teJ for I 'tmt. aad (uaraateed to be perfect time kaapete 1F9 wtaa to batprves oa oar BssaasjS bhas taese aouos araatiof a Bia'u sweue, ajas cawsan einssw vuw tm euwumn saan aw or aa sooas. oar rearaBBBS "Sasi aiMi sat tssrass ufioa MM wMt OTmrfif "f 9tm isavJa 1& &tUsiy8 tM Stihta F lUmQdjm. CuaaUf tae as. Vai tt real SavrTllaaJ-liarf Tf't rWJiVl',tt tfMlf BkUsUafttf I ' Jr" TW ff 'W 81 UrUi tl Uk iK8js3r f-m&M UitVUiubtar. SI M M latiiiti s55 llrWaBiBBaBjBB1 at-sayap sptsBar-rwpaaBav Upstairs. eiK vaij eWaVfcTJaY bUtAL MTA.m sSStAUsWAjkocT yi acjsSm emm P J? Beextca4i.oa the Bneoftaa swku4 a e axwastea. oa toe uu m vnm wk i aad Soldiers' Borne sU!) way asws 4 tOB aad Soldiers' Borne sUt) way aatas a ' at tbe utste . I ene late e ulof Jalioe tasr, bow called fidjatwoud ' a i,d opoortiuiliy fur u.vb.uio Fir uurcuLt-a, urtije, .'. tuiv. i .! .i. AUN BROWS Mi 44 at a T a-iniltlsifN fiBto $m& " - -SmmaMto