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THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER i!4. 1890.
1 TRAVEL TEKS or cum mm thr laud or TUB MIRA1W. GL1TWE Of M JttMm WM. at tihtaift, rECflUAKlTIES F JAPANM Lift. CMtikt is enttttn Tke StmU 9nle of Nerty EvWT.a.8"I.iii4tip dariieiifBf'-ABWriwii In twwi in Japa,. Americans always will have a pe culiar Interest in Japan ami the Japanese, writes a traveler In that country. It was due to the enterprise ami perseverence of an Amurioan that the Japanese Government finally nil milted foreigners, after the country had been closed to tho world for over 200 years, and though treaties were con cluded with other powers In rapid sue cession after Commodore Terry made his successful nttcmpt.yct It is doubtful whether they would have succeeded for many years out for his persuasion. As he approaches Its shores tho American cannot help but feel that he Is entering a country whoso destiny and history have largely been influenced by one of his own countrymen, and hence ho is awaro of a critical Intorcst, which is ab sent In traveling through European countries. . As the steamer moves up tho beauti ful hay of Vcdo, the scene nt once In dlcates tho presence of a strange civili zation. Innumerable small boats sculled by two persons, usually a man and a boy, fill tho boy. The scullers propel their little craft with n velocity and a graco that put to shame alt ordinary ctvl)l7cd rowing. Tho sanpans, as thesu boats aro called by foreigners, aro un paired, rather slovenly-looking affairs, but they take tho waves beautifully, and entirely outspecd Atnorlcnn boats of tho same dimensions. Ilosldea these aro tho sailing vessels, picturesque, with single sail suspended trom tho top of tho matt and moving lazily through tho water. Hut more striking than those, morcntrlk Ing even than the green shores dotted wlih bungalows Is Fuglyama, tho king of mountains. If tho day Is clear, the traveler will probably see tho most magnificent mountain in tho world, rltlng 1 1,000 feet from n plain, with his head high nbovo tliu clouds that hang about his side. Tho noted AlpitiC peaks miy perhaps be more sombre or bolder, but nono surely is mrrc dlgnlfled, more commanding than l'tigi? otna, or Fugisau, as It Is called by tho natives. All eyos aro on tho alert for a view of him, and every one exclaims with wonder and delight at seeing this solitary, peorlcM peak. Here Is the object that has figured most conspicuously in Japanese legends and art ; Its Influence upon every phase of life of tho people, Its hold upon their affec tions Is greater than any Swiss scenery upon the Inhabitants of Switzerland. . Kvcry good Japanese hopes at least odco in bis life to mako a pilgrimage to the top of this mountain. Under tho old regime of tho Sboguns, who held the government previous to 1809, It was tho custom of the Dalmols or feudal lords to make their pilgrimage with im mense pomp and show and surrounded with a splendid retinue. In those days of color and curios Fuglsau played even a greater part than ho does today. In old Japanese art wares of all kinds, lacquer work, bronze and porclain vases. Kakemonos, screens and paint ings, this noblest of mountains Is more frequently found than any other object, and In landscape garden lie still rules supreme as an object of decoration. Hut we aro steaming merrily up the bay to our harbor at Yokohama. Wo are nearer the eastern shore (for the bay is nearly land-locked), and far ahead we see the white cllfls or bluffs of Yoko hams. Here In the harbor are gathered together tho steamers ami men-of-war of nearly every nation of the world. The war vessels, with their projecting guns, have quite a sinister look. As the steamer comes to anchor be fore the city of Yokohama, the seine rivals that of New York harbor In ac tivity and outstrips it in picturesque ness. Here are romantic Chinese junks, with high prows and sterna and loose, bellying satis, here are sanpans moving hither ami thither like water spiders, and merchant ships from every quarter and corner of the globe llu at anchor walling for a sew cargo. The uten-of-war are more clustered together, aad teem to have a stolid, patriarchal bear lug toward the others. There U so n.ucb sunlight and sparkle and activity in the bay that every outs, eves the gloomiest, cheers up and begins to take an interest in what U going on. We enter a launch provided by the Oread Hotel of Yokohama, aad are quickly landed at the ilabMsa, or Katth dock and custom bouse, nere we nutat have our trunks exasniaad, so w aland about aad save a curious eye for vrythiag around us. . It is a yule laid down by old resi dents here that it is bust to jot down nrst iaapreMioM, as they are Hut freshest aad most vivU. Afterward one gets to accustosued to certain psm res of life, even la so strange a couatry as Japan, that ha overlooks then aad stoats thinking about theta. It is the ok story that what one sees eey day b nis habitual, awl arouse w interest except la Ike faVilosofsher. I think that must of us ware ail ready for fat Urn vressiuas aad to make a note of than. Yuhobasna in aot a good pleat to study Jinan people, basauaa they aw so n.uib leihiaaoad by the foadgacM that twuai these, but there U iiitTiHriB novelty, fur a newcomer, or gtliiii las a fresh arrival is called la the shwg pL rase of the East) to bees oim' sated tuay- even In foreigabaa YokohautA. li Uimx anutdeby aad baiaoJaMMeae UniiiUuas whatever, end is theceiote Without nuy u tbM tUvof ot art Or aithUecttue so cbarfcrtartsth of the -l tleni Japaas-ae ritbsg But theae doer . iuib of art ad trnditba are usdy i iccaaary to lb nalow of the MMrd iur or old realdebi, law Bjustea is eo t, i,i whb tb aiuaykr aad saoca salkut iltrtjoies that dtManguttn eve to J;. aum of Yohohaiavs - while e aw waksjag. lor the a'ow iBi i:,cry i.f Uui Custom. House to ex ul. uc its lugtjage, bit us I k ..buut &EJ rtt -wbl 11 la liut, I 'be -u- ,A r. . Lji. j.Ua-3 BlOBl . lI -a Jspanwe llf. I f cinwtrtii r tlifw polfits tIMt IWBtWWe ttfa SM SVW8i Jo ff tBtmmchty peculiar h tlw J spat wis: Flrt, the heMre of the women; -owfl. the shmel of tlxe mon, al thlfd. th mllmM of cwryiWns;. I wa jvrepand for the ,Tapanse mode of w carta a thtr nlothr . one can Mt s fiwiMM nf It in JapMitM pictnre- i Ikxik. Tb flirrlkiaht, r, ww not wmlty; I had mfi hvm at the late Pmrs Exposition and read of them in twwks nf travel in Japin. It I a little two-wheeled carriage, with two pro jtctins: shafts, hetwwn whfrh tnds th knrnmaya, as the ronner Is called. It i. pcThapt, worth rwnarkln? that th flATlMsha h copirl from the American hngay that was exhibited at th first Paris Exposition. It is simply a Japanese adaptation nf the American buggy, smalltr, and pnlled by a man Instead of a horse. Writers havo mnct exftMt ratRt In desrrlbing the spd at wWt h a httrnmayn runs. It la simply antasy trot, from which he does not deviate so long as he runs on a lev,; road. i;roy one, unlet he ran altot a horse and carriage, keeps at least on llnrlklsha and kurumaya; In a larg family there are two or more, and the tahe one everywhere. In the city of Toklo -an enormous city in extent of territory an ordinary kurumaya knows every street, and number, too, appar ently, so that, If one has his kurumaya with him, he need never lose his way. Hut to return, tho headdress ot the women Is n vcrltablo work of art, or rather architecture. It seoms to have n foundation nnd wings and offsets and gables. Moreover, every woman's hair is dressed on the sumo modol. Willi all tho multitudinous twlsllngs and wind logs, there seems to be not nn lota of difference, between one coiffure nnd anothor. Every hair hos apparently n local habitation nnd a name. Surely, it mhst havo taken centuries of patient nnd palnataklrig effort to cvolvo so com plex and heterogeneous n faohlon of dressing the hair. If traced hark through centuries of chance it might furnish an Interesting nnd instructive chapter of cnpllllform evolution; though, judging from tho accounts of the old l)utch and other travelers, tho fashion In this and other respects among the Jnpancso has not changed for hundreds of years. As to tho second peculiarity, the foot wear of the Japanese, it is well to say that tho Japancsu never wear shoes or anything but a sort of stocking In tholr houses. This stocking Is usually made of white cloth with nsinglu slit between the llrst nnd second Iocs, for tho spaca bctwiin them is much grcntor than between our own. In this respect tho Japanese havo n more perfect foot thnn wc, and come much nearer the ancient Orcck models, whero tho largo too was separated by n considerable spaca from tho rest. Tho shoo of tho Japanese Is made nf wood, and Is only worn out of doors. It is sometimes made of a solid piece, and then resembles somewhat tho soles of our leather stiooe, only very much thlckor and clumsier. Tho second kind is mora commonly worn. It Is made of a flat piece of wood sultod to the length of the Zoo', on which tho foot rests, and two up right pieces, often five to eight Inches high, ono near the toes and the other near tho heel. Tho shoos arc attached sandal fashion by two cords pissing from the front of the shoe through the silt of the stocking to tho side, where they nro again nltncucd. Tho effect of walking on such Inelastic materials can bo readily Imagined. It Is not ao much n wnlk as n hobblo. Luckily, however, there are no sldownlks In Japan, or the clattering of so many wooden sandals on a hard pavement would make as much noise as a Fifth avenue stnee. At tho railway stations, when tho crowd gets out of a train, thu nolso tnmlu on the floors by a thousand or more Japan ese feet Is simply Indescribable. Some thing like tho thunder rattle of a tropic sky. Tho third peculiarity, the small scale of everything, is one that runs through all things Japanese. The men are small, (be women are small, the children small, the babies the tiniest things I ever saw. Their homes are apparently children's play houses, seldom over one story high, and one Is constantly knocking one's bead in pasting through a door. Their tableware looks as though made for dolls; the tea cups are not over an iaoh hlxh, and the teapots hold about two ordinary American cups. It Is almost needless to add that they have narrow gauge railways, small locomotives and cars and also small lire engines. In fact, one may say that everything Is small, except the kites and prices they charge foreigners. The former are k mellincs very huge affairs, ami the latter prove that the Japanese have u luxuiiant imagination. I know of a case where the Japanese demaaded $800 for an article he afterward sold fr just twenty cents. At a tiowerstiov one is sever expected to offer more thaa a third or fourth of the first price. The dealers la curios aro another aiaudag lot. They are generally glad to get one half to oae fourth of the orlgiaal price, aad sometimes even then they set more thaa the article U worth. The Japanese of this class have a lixed Idea that every Americas or Kagluhoaaa has a liniltlas bank account, aad aaeds but to draw oa it to pay exorbitant prices The coatauenc is that even in the tsudUst purchase a foreigner hi Mulcted, It is only fair to add there are slows above suspicion wuose charges aw uniformly the name to Japan aad foreigners, aad this class is steadily la creasing. Tradesmen, at a class, have lu despised for so many eenturfcM ia Japan that it will taha aoaw thaa to in still batter lutiiaass uietbads, but a change for the batter U rapidly coating. There U one prnnilasnt caw still to be ateattoaad, however, xkece the small aawf the Jntmngjii Umm to gseat advantage. 1 wean their land scape gardening &o much has bees written est this took by mm who have made Jananwa ait a apaetat study that it wuitU be ucekaa to ealarae upon k. JUUweti known, one of the Im portant features of their UWoutita Kideit& dwarfed trees acd shrubs. Sonw writers who have not wbolly uadiattmd the qucsttoa have ridiculed the dwarfed tret of the Japanese and thhr tiny huhattoos of natural objects, but it must be senjeaibewd that the coo didoes under wbkh onioning U carikd on in Jaseu aw dbfewut irons these in Atnerica or Kurone; lib arise Its inifirnff is dMCweat. Jap ht ksnaM hdand th an eaorsntMts p -ou-t it sud land to vtry scarce aad dear. Is their love for tre and Bowers, a loveahartdby the uwaaest cuoth. the ptvlde hate been forced to cuwprwss u cuueenirate a much w pusaJW la ssU ssace- Moreover, they have gatdena not for a xesurt la hut weather, but kiwvly to charm the ry. Tba xs--ult t tb: UnJwAp. .a:iccio has ikiu an toiirely iul.ttut dtrct-ii i luu uujud. Juktctu jt liVcUjpluiT u 1 u i 'I -l.luL lu ll Uj.1 ii jl l' llu H U I 1' - aiii. tl. OJ3UUV. A LC w 11 illl ui-J i.u!i.J, .1 Ibv trann). Bt thetw Js no wm of prnprn llWs IB tit dWsrwajt object s sndtlrenls iwrtMfif to rftetni th rvr. A pipce of ftntimt of an ordinary Imeth awri wMth. say eqnl to a eood tonnts ronrt, winy, lis Japn, h do7' ns of imm In ft, a pond tttth flh In it. in Imitation nf a small lake, nnd a stream leading Into it or Isvmrnf firnfl H, arrhrd with a tiny rrtfdf; a Mnnfl dlstante nt a trotlo pTJtii, Wi on the mher Mile a dimlnntiv rW of Fftttsan. All thh is snrrrmwM with pretty neitffe of bamboo, serving to htd thr houe and Its snrronndlnna from th street. . Nothing is frequently mt eommfln- placte n a Japnnes resWenos ssw from (lie street, lmt seen from the InsHe th whole forms a charming picture which Is m peculiar a l Is pretty aad a tractive. One thing at least is certain, that the Japanese, recognizing their conditions ami tastes, have made thr meet of their opportunities In the mat ier of landscape gardening. It Is sel dom that one sees such a wide spread taste for the braullfnl as is seen every where here. It is refreshing to see a whole people, rich and poor, lake de light In every tree. Howcr or shrnh of nature. Resides these peculiarities that most forcibly Impressed me on my arrival, there arc many others fully character istic of the Japanese and their clvlllzi (ton. Hut nothing quite takes the place of a first Impression of Japan. Perhaps part of the plensure Is due to the con trast that one Teels after landing com pared with the monotony of a three weeks' Imprisonment on board a steamer. But from whatever cause, thu pleasuroon landing is lnsplrlng,nnd extends even to the greatest sulferer from mat tie mer. POLICE ROW ALSO CAME OUT. it VTA n (load liny VtrilT for Toller lint Itml To-liny, Screcant Falvcy nnd Ofllcor lioberts yesterday afternoon captured Joseph Young, a curbstone policy wilier, whom they have been trying to run down for six months or more. Ho was found writing the numbers 11 1547 In tho baggage room of tha llaltlmora nnd Ohio depot nnd his book nnd n number of other tickets taken possession of. Yeetcrdny was a prosperous d'sy among tha polloy-playcrs and a numlier of good rows enmo out, Including 4 11 41. Young was very anxious to ret out on collateral, but his friends could not ralso tho necessary money. In tho 1'ollcc Court this morning tho prisoner made no defense nnd ho was placed undor $ 1100 bonds for tho grand jury. DISCIPLES OF YULCAN. fllnny Menilmr of tho llrltlnti Iron nmt Mtccl Association to He llsrn. Not moro than half a doen members of tho British Iron and Steel Associa tion aro now in the city, but It Is u.t retted that more than !I00 will nrrlvo to night. No olllclal programme of raancuvrcs has been nrrnnxed for the day. The delegates will visit the public buildings to morrow morning. At !) o'clock they will be received by the President, after which they will con tinue their sightseeing. In the evening a promenade concert will be given at the Arlington Hotel from 8:30 to 10 o'clock. From Wash ington thu delegates will go to Balti more, remaining there for a day nnd then proceeding to Niagara Falls. Thoy will visit several cities In the Do minion before returning to England. AH ACTOR INJURED. He Ituna Into it Wacon With a HI rjcloHDil llrcuhi Ilia Moid, To-day about noon George Smith, who Is a member of the "Good Old Times" Company, playltig tills week at Albaugh's Theatre, met with an acci dent at the corner of Sixth street and Pennsylvania avenue, and was Injured qulto seriously. He was spinning down the Avenue on a bieyole when he collided with one of White's iron wagons ami was thrown to the ground. His nose was broken and he sustained other bruises. He was taken Into Harper's drug store In the Metropolitan Hotel and a doctor summoned. Smith was not an expert wheelman and It was owing to that that the collision oc curred. The machine was badly de molished. EVERYBODY HAD LIED, And Tliey All Foil Cheap After the Small Hoy Kiiuuil Them, The other night, after the thunder shower, says the Detroit I're Vrttt. Jones dropped in ou a neighbor and found about a dozen people assembled. "Well, well, you look eheerful after such a close call," growled Jones as he removed his hat. 'What close call?" 'Why, lightning struck the barn la the alley sot a hundred fet away." Ob, dear'" said one of the women, "but I knew it. One of my arm, has bees numb ever slnee," "And it affected my foot," said an other. "And it set my heart to Daipitatlag " "And my elbow has felt ijueer ever since." Ktery one in the room resnewbered to have been shocked, and every one was thankful over the narrow escape. Hy and by a boy. who had bean think ing deeply, gusned out: "Why, there Is no ham in the alley!" Amid the deepest silence everybody rtiuubtd this fact, aad the boy Clinched it with: "And how could there be, when tbiie it ao alley?" Jones had Ihni, but so had ail the ethers. iiDY msmm sw. A Ht af CUM a Wkeaee a Man Wat Urudoalejl (a WhK 1IMW lluanr.. CtauiUtt (( ) UUer i t'afcuw Twuu. To-day I visited the little aboa where x President Andrew Jonnaon plied the neestie for so utany year. Just over the door in the ohi faded sign, "A. John son. faihu-" The shop is onyuphnl by a fatnUy. Just in the war ot the shop is the Utile house in which Andrew T"Vw- lived while he worked at his trade. The nsopet v sow belongs to JHrs. Patterann. Audww Johnaon's daughter The reahieare uwuphjd by Mr. Juhnaou atfarr he left the While Biuw is on another street. It hi evi dently very old house, hut has Uwly been npatoted, and now has u,uite a fresh look. Mr. Johanon's law oiwe. a tsnaM one story brick building, hi used as a rtuwge root tor a teuaJA&ne ooejasjajsy Mr. Hchvinshy dhl vtA raise the take to wake g casnanigu fund for his pjtty or tu cstLh a few toon. HU obj.-ct to utahe the waatofui AuuitImw people enure eeostoudt:! by caar4a tha at u b rates as would cwavd thunt to itJuLt aorue of their ejipenans. Matty PeraaHM aw baokeu iiruuu'e liuu HUUts keivji.i-ilia kUi.ux Jn illi uuJi .t-ui . j v in.a wi UiiB, SUd vo4t4 q.i. ii i- -w a --' l"li HUME GiGARS. THIIR IOTWHHJCTION IWTU A flOrtFIR tttCI LIABS TO A RW. A FhtnrtMi fit KettiWtit, ht l"te lltmlly l'rfvallrt, Wt An:T Thunjshh. Vnt Wp IK Sunt H. In Alexandria yesterday the Itafmb Wean conference, which wn oMrert to meet at the Ofsent-Hmnn S t Hermb ltcane who were opposed the action of the Mannesns coTivewthMi In nt nominating a eamlMate for Congress against General Lee. the Democratic csttdWare, and Mr. Frank Hume, Imte ptndenl Demoernt, met In the parlors of the HrarMoek Hotel. Admittance was by ticket Issued by Mr. J. II. Green, one of the signers of the call, ami no nee was admitted who was known to be pled red to any nf the candidates, ex cept memliers of the pres. IJefore the organlatlon Mr. P. It. Stilton of Vienna, who was afterward made secretary, asked for a cigar. A box was brought in which elb teua re mark that they were Ilttme cigars, Mr. Green ordered the cigars to be taken away when Mr Whiting, editor of the Jtotlg Progrtt of Alexandria, a wnrm Hume organ, said the cigars should not e:o out and took hold of the box. Mr. N. C. Bond of Fairfax said that the In troduction of Hume clears ia a ltepub conference was an Insult to the con ference ami he would see that they went out. Mr. Lomax, a colored delegate, backed up by Mr. Stllson and others, was of the opinion that n Kepubilcan had n right to smoke any kind nf a cigar be wanted to, Mr Bond engaged In n scutllc with Mr. Whiting, breaking the clgnr box Into pieces and scattering the cigars on tho tloor. Mr. Whiting then drew a revolver ami threatened to use It If Mr, Bond laid hands nn him. The combat nnts wcro stopped and the excitement suliflded. Tho conforenco trot down to work with John II. Green chairman nnd P. II. Stllson secretary. Mr. Green msde a speech, which was mainly eulogistic of the action of the Manassas convnn Ho hoped tho Republicans present would net In such a manner as to show In unmlstnknble terms their disapproval of the methods adopted to secure the election of Mr. Hume. Mr. LawB, a colored dclegato from Fairfax, nd drtssrd tha conference, favoring the candidacy of Mr. Hume. Ills speech was applauded at Its close. Tho committee on resolutions sub mitted the following, which was adopted: We, the Kepublkuns of the Eighth dis trict, ntscmttlcd In conference at Hie Ilrail ilork House, have met to express our ilr termlnstluu not to support, or give any n slttacre to tlie cmiilldsry of Mr. Hume or Mr. l.ee. TIib convention at Momma Is on reconl. The l'.lclitti Congroslonal district le familiar wllli Its notion. This convent Ion l oppol to any action rrcognlilne Mr. Hume or Mr. l.ee an candi dal s entitled to IlepuMlcati votes. We alo find It lmH)htlc for tills conference tonamo an csiKitdate; atul we lurtlier protvet against the use of the Ileptibllrau organisa tion to further the election of Mr. Ilimio. Tho conference theu adjourned. Among thosn In attendance were .f. Ilawxhurst. N. C. Bond and S. II. Fiendtr of Fairfax; W. R Laws of Fairfax. Daniel I.nmax of Manawas, P. B. Stllson and A. Freeman of Vienna, Captain Kenyon of Loudoun, George W. Frccmont, Italph Singleton, Thomas Brent, Thomas Kdelin and Henry Charles of Alexandria. The confer ence lasted but two hours, and was stormy throughout. For the .N'u t'oatnltlce. An order from the Supreme Court of the District has been Issued In the mat ter of the condemnation of square No. Jttt) as u site for the City Postolllce, that all persons owning or claiming to own any portion of the property embraced In the square, or interested therein, are requited to appear In the court and make apswer to the petition tiled by Secretary Wlndom, on or before No vember 7, next, at which time the court will proceed with the matter of con dtmnatlon of the square. The Marsh' Is directed to serve a copy of the ord on all persons Interested. See What the Hoy MUtetl, rromtkillovttmirtjcai) fut. It would pay to give the Washington newspaper corresDondenls an entertain ment that would spread the fame nf Houston hospitality to every corner of the world. WHililDGlna Stock Kxchaace Salr Ketmlsr Call 18 o'eteek m. Wash, and Geo. It. It. Riefttt, ?W a 10. Traders' Nat. Bank, 7 a lntf; 10 a 11; 10 a 185; 10 a 12S; 10 a 135. Anwr. Uraubopboue, 10 a 15; 50 a UJ. MUeoilaueou Bond U. S. KUr.trU: Light 1st, 9s, Ut; 'J. H. bleetrie IJgtU. 9aT', 160; W. Jt (i. K. R. lu-Wli,, lt'isVW, 10i; V & 1. ConverUUe it's, ISO; Mstoule Hall .t'n, 5's, f 1W, KM; Wti. Market to, 1m More, tt's, 110; ati. Market Co., Imp , 6', 115; IulM X SknbuMd Co., Vt, O laUT, ; Wash. Is. lbbtatry, 1st, '. 1U. ?; Vah. U. lu fantrr, Al, V, lb04, Ui. Wab. Uaa Light Cu., Sir. A. , U9ii H'ah. li Lbt(V, er. H, 6',lduf ; Hyieesle ieel'o., lt Mort., S',; A Hwricau Security and 'truat, 1U0. Katioual Bank Stock Bank of Vt"t icztuu, iU); Hank of Mepublkt, 3T5; Metro liuinaa, Stt; Csalral. a. aeeood. fi; l:aiuK and Metbsuk-. I'M; I'luea'. 17u; I olumUa, 174; C apkal.iaO; West Kail.loli; Traders', IStJ: Uaeoia, '.17. Kallroail Stocks Waahlngtoa and GotU.uu, 3ai, MettopuliUa, '35; Co. bwdik, 71; Canttol and Xortb O istreet, ah; v-gV" andSeUbna' lionw, Has; nsnrgetnwn aad Tannall town, -U; Uright weou, . insurance Stock Fbtuw't, 15; Krauk tts, 51; MetrouutltaB, T6, Xatlowd I'ulou, W; Aflujgtuu, l0;Ceiaa,a5; Culuuir bia, Mi; Uersaan anwstean. ln; futouut, Mfc Wggs, ; Peoiibe's. Litwolu. 5i Tuts inanrance ff In H Baar TUk.ia; CobuntiU Title, oi; M'aablngtoa Tttle -. Use and Klectrk Ugkt Stock Waauiug teu&t, J; aeurgaAowa Uas, 9H V. a. EletrWUekS,iW. Thtiboue Stocks Keaiu.vlvaaia, -3, laeaapcake and Kutomat, Ue; Aaierican Warrlis mom Sanrts "'sshfrnfmi hUr ket Cu., IS; Hieihtojnton bVfcfc MaeUue Co., 310: Uwat rills k-w Co., ; hull Kuu Vauojuua Cu., IS; KttumU ate Ua iU, 4tu. Haahiagton Safe Deouatt, 1 S5, Vaebtauttou Loan and Trust Cu., H; SU ttoaal Tytiogrstihtr. ; Msageewstler, 13; fbeaataik (xua I'aratafe. i; Aawrteaa itiurUi awl Trust Co . T. Lbwolu HaU, T5; Bjgietde Ue Co., 51, latewccau BuUdUig Co.. . Hi KOktTOM - Q k m.anuittnni. Walter Kur ton. iIf pMut vt.if. and aaaa Vortoa at York, and late a Ktai CUdttt, at UM k)Wn aueet rurtaweat. u.naweu. . uniaeraaa.Qi,ber.t y f- iietunnt wrnt -a ai LabajfiLljaa dir V aid Uarswet ttuMHlat vriMM- w7ti u'ct-tk . o .at tan aad Wocu af ktruecee''. ' NiS raaol . Y;Ui gaUvit u u ii&uwoswutaveatuiui Uta Kabkri. in iku .na ivr of hv U,U.ga-tTurtiaetoa. Uvieber tu 'k'. lr. Mar) If t.uU.u. c4 , wit of "ku d. t-ulbn. LkK-tUj uulv. uttober, . !-. Tiaeaara Uav u 5Ua-. gsevnt foiowel && naTFTae. U.i' f a- rsa, snteed. tuMtaetuauu oir unu-ui (V KdlNl ..at'K v DggDe. ?' it A-l-j. bu..co and Tenltmriae. 4M L. a. -c -'. Bali W5T fJIBURS TEAR 6LAS3C5. An 0M Kntrern TirMnt Wrtti a Wssil JlltfSt. Frnm iht ;,n fori '.?. "Do yon kno why alt Chrnese cob MeTa wear opectacles'" said a San Frt etnFo frtrnd to me as w were walking through Molt street together yesterday tMng In the sights. "Ho? Then I will tell you. It Is ret orded m CWtwa h tory that once nrnwt a tlnw a cross, eyed cobWw who mewtied the mM snow of Coufnrlns had ml pepfwr ihtrnvn In his eyw hy his hot-rempr-rerl snonee, and sronld have been nnable to see straight for a month after bnt that his learned patron loaned him a pair of spectacles which not only made him see perfw lly at once, but afso Wrtfc th sqntnt out of his eyes. The sennel of the happy cure was that the cobbler's wife, deceived by the miracle in his eyes, refused to be lieve that he was her husband, and per wtltted him to pnaa the remainder of hH life In lngle Messeuness. Since then everT Chinese cobbler from New York to Shanghai wears swecta les to protect him from red pepper, strabismus and bnd wives." S 1' HClAIjNTIUtW. grRgAL BBTATJ AJfD tfSSKAWt!S JAI3 n. AMK OE0R8R W. STICKWBY Have lsn ReHiwred te Sm BtevMh rt. n. w. etl t j2gr-BBrHititBn mmibstum TUB SAMK IIOH8R I'OWHR P0R ONE-TSNTn THB COAt, WORKIXO AT IlBNmH'Jt, B. C ocie-lm rtraaoFPicK of tub commk8Ionkrs. - t)ltrlt of Colanbbi. WahlHtm, Oetoher If. 160 In eorapllnnee with the lroTMon ot thoaet of Cnnres mAklntfap prorrlatlotis to protlde fortho expen(of ihetloverntnentof the DKrlct of Columbia for tho fiscal year ending June SO, tail, ap rroTDl Auruft 6, fw.tlco ciinmllii&r of IbeDhtrtct of Columbia herobr Invite txti poaU for snpptrlefT an J electrle llahUi at r(ltieodratr lor municipal lUlitlna lathe IJI'trlotof Uolurabln iion annual, live year ami t en-year rootraeta ami utnn any srstera. The act protlilM a lollown: "TliatOra Cuti mlefhmersottbe DlMrlct of Columbia ilMll liivotlnate. areertam and teport to the -o-rml ! ot tlte Hfty first Consrew wht ilnlnetlun may hemaitefor gai hih! eleetrlo HslitlnK. both for annual, ATe-year anl for ten year contract, awl that they be author lieil to Invite propueaU for att'ylaK xtul light at reiluvetl rates, ami la thl tliey are not lln tteit to any one ytem." Kull Imfur mfltlor will be fiirnM-oil upon appllontUm at tlil ofllre. The appllcalkm nhoulil Mate wlielber liiformatlon H ilelrel eoncvrnlne vas llahtlns. electric llaliiluu or both A tbrte pnpial will 1 tuhmltteti to Con re. It loleolrable that theTabouM be re retreilHt lhtnlHce not later than November so, iseo, hut protHHats will be reeetved at any tine i efore March 1, lMt. J. W. DOUOLAS), J. W. KM, 11. M. ItlllKHT. u-et CoauabMtoaera O. C. 63T' A CAHI). MR. JOHN HYAN. CVTTKR, Invites the itreseyxeatteiaea to call at KEEN'S, til Ninth Mreet, ami ptaee tbelr order for a irst-elaw wrmnl. oe!4-lm Ksw-rsET ltrunvBi). dilwhitk. l 'lltorODIST. 1116 rana. BTe.oHNlt Wl)laml' Hotel. IboaasBtU from far ant near vielt t)r. white's etablhkBtet for relief from aad avoMaaea of eors. buBlone, ilUeoaed aalle and all ether foot trouble, lloun.8a.aa. to p.m. bUBilayi. toll. OAlt'efee.tl per vlaft f or pulttBK the feet In good ortler. Betabtlabed, m S3gr-,THK HAVK DHfOMT AND STOiCtaB AMERICAN SECURITY AND TRUST COM PANY, 1110 14TH &T.N.W. Absolutely fireproof. Now ready for the Morose of Faraltare, Ftaiio,t-llverwar,ntttw,MlrTm,Teki, Caniagea, aad all po table artlelea. fuek lair. MaTieftaae t-Mpptai: by experts. OrUert by mall at telephone promptly attended to. Call aad exa-riae baUdiag. lleniiee paea dour. Telephone No. an). ALUghT M. READ. se-4,lei oeaeral M leader. (y LADIES ! I-tDlB.: L.I)Irit - Mr. MeCafery U the only bat and bonaet rtenw maaunietuterhi theetty. Otall Ut4 " inssna nnavv nnni-snF. asiaa , ssaiaia, t IS rt stVUIjC PHHW mmm isms, sum awi rajsn mi guns iwm U af sa. -r jgjf-NOTICE TO TAXPAYERfi. 0pic ot vac CoiXfccYO- ov Taxb, D. I'.. Octobers. MM. Pnreuaat to the pnvb-u i the attain proved Of tober 1. Uui. U arrvaraaaa of tceu eral usee prtor to July l. lwat.aad a ate for rjnatnt lprotw. bMiiiix the layfaur ufwater oitu. i ow itue to. a4 the bene tor which are bald by the Mttrlot i-f Co!ube. ay be raid atll OCTOHBH It, Was. wttbS pert eatni tuUee hi eu of the soe aae I anamai aow or w, u i I ft. a. D V18, CaUevtor of Tase. P. C. oco.SU J3jr J. W1UJAM LBB sbaaaLauKp a ahhtV lanI bsnnL VytMttrTAKBSL 1A.AY.N. W.. IT-T l!h Rraakaa1tee.MVMafl-a-ae. s.w. as' A0tat Oeav ttr atorof the Uai veraUy of ryUd. baa eetabliaaad at WW Fltieruth atreat aurtaweat. aad eulletta pa Uoaasn. -itroaa oxfcle eud all a-tlahiaaJ-Uefattered. oo 1- th-WtlY -OT kUYK YUt'K tIUM S3 7 yu f tase of tae nwet eetalnnkSad eattaas la taieons T Vrtsee aaans as thane tab--rate eatteas vaara- P.f.lUU94S? at a w. HIK KHSiT-HOUSW mat t u w. 15 rs Mag Ml Haw ase. w w and ta. mm 137 jfitl a w. 1J r Hl7 ltet.ra US e hasyataw.t nasi as aw. Km jswitotaw. ut. KM Q at a w, 11 ra i: ll a w. 11 ra T(Qstnw,U r. f UtfSfataw.Mie g riT a w. rasa 1-HCoaooaa-at.U . , 1T Cur ), 11 sa MSSUata W,llr. Sf Msftf ataw.Wsf J in.tfatbataw.ra i LaiaseUe huuace. re uSpmSStm tt.. t SaCthtn w, lit WW -tanataw-''- ff MWSAssnw.a-aaddsnj l4MWav . .... t-0 las at -. U rt 15 tfl TthiwidruaettwaU.slivHijwa.eaua--- l VhaawaoawaaatMMtaasai byiMt adt teutn ons osnDe usuy 1) IS!T-T0 HA0 X " tma iram huuae. hbib.aad f iU.i.; ttar uburwiea aiid tmbllc aMoul iu tntontna UuiuireoiA tttJittiSfe We 8 at u m asasnnsnnsnnnBMBannBxnspansnvannxnxcnnr LtkaT AkU 11!U I1 kM'UUAl " in UK 1- '.SttJ , .Iii'ih Sin if! Lu! , Mn ri'.ri' - UA KtMlKI Mali ' -, t I'ROMWAM, MAi.m rropwAt witiirt Rr iwvp 0 at the oee of tna ensterttan of the tr. . twro Bone at vrgrton. n. c, natit s p. tt. So nnnitft a, tiw, for an the lahw and iraTHais ivonfted to nsnta certain ifr att m and repntrs at that bnW4ff.m nerril anre with tti pei'tfwnmwt. BMnerxnnMt siats the nnwher of worhtnt 1ys wtthtn WWrh they will cnrnyltte ttra Wnv. JtseS hw nt he atwownjiawted ht a stel check for fifty (80) iloltaro made payahte to the order of the Treastirer nf the rnluM 9ttc The rlRht fo rrh rt anv or all Mtt l rt'crvwl. Cnphjn of thfl Rpeclfii-i'lon ana any information may he had nnon applli-athm at this ojlce. CHARUbI DODOR. CnttfUn TlfwnwAiJt rr mumntiiti - r. tt. 1 Rnctnem office, sot Rlrhtwnfh trct BoTthwet, wsshlntton. n. c. Oct-.her r, Ifflri -Scaled prnpoaato, In trlultcaift, fur drcdelTtR in the rnmmn River at ahlne ton, D ' . will hejeeell at thl ofllc nnt ii l. rnTUWiDAT.SnTRMBKR.vtw The attention of bWilff' h tntthHt to the ictn of ConsteM approred Pyhrnary ?' l ind Fcbm.ry St. t7, rot. S, p . and tot i, p. tit. Matnte at-t.are. FirrorwHflci'lon". form of bid and other Information, apply nt thti office TRTRn r RtlNS. Mentenant Colonel of Rnalneer. 1ROniAtS FOH ORANITR -TKM. WtR rfrnartment. "nptdv linlon. WaMM ton, P c, tvtnhtr ii, isii.-iealed nmno sals. In onplleatr, will be rerelvel at tqH Office Btitll I iiVtock noon. 4rURBAT, SOVKMHRR 1 iwn. for fnniKhlre the Sbnnl Rfllce with one rtof Orsnlte tens- VP" irimtton fnmlhed on appll-athwi at the omreot ine nnnerinea. rne iiepwriiin'm reeefvetl theHatrt to rejett any or Tt Mds, and to waive rtelr. u. Protmrals njnrt be InelOied In eatcd envelopes fndoTed on thf entsMo, 'rtopesale for (iranlte Stew." and amreifT 10 . . littinr, onppiy mvninn war Department It AUCTION HAl.Kft. 11!.'!!' SAt.E OF VtM ABLHRRAf, J. ROTATE ON TUR NORTH SltlB OF Stljt.NRM STHBRT, BBTWBRN FIFTH AND NtXTII SBEBrS N. W , DIS TRICT OF COM'MRIA. By vtrtne of a deed of Imst dnleil May SI, Ail). IS, ami dnly recorded In liber No. 1SST. folk 4$, et set), one of lira land records of the lMtrtct ot Colnmbbt, nnd at the re irtiest rf ti.e petty wenre X thereby, w elll sell at pnblte unction, In front of the prem ises, on VKINRDAY,TI1E Fimi (St DAY OF NHVEMIIRR. A. I). !. nt haU-tMSt foitr o'clock p. m., the followlntt dewrlbed real estate, situate In the County ot Vahlnton, DMrlctof ixilombla, to wit. Raithalfof lot No six (S). In block Ho seven (7. In Howard Unlverlty snbillvMon nf Smlth' Farm, called "EWnthnm," fronting twtnty flveiSS) feet on Sumber street, by a depthof onehun dreil and fifty (ISO) feet, to alley. Improved by a comrortablo frame dwelling Tetmsof ealet All rah.of wMch onehnn tired (SirOrinllan must be pnld at time of sale. All conveynm-ln and recordlne at pnr cheer'scot. Termsof sale to Iw compiled with In ten i loi day from day of sale; other wle, rhtht reserved to resell at rlk nnd cot of delanltlnc pnrchaner after five M dav' advertisement of kucIi resale In some news paper published In Wahlntna. D I'. .1. H.JOIINON, A 8. OAT WOOD. Truitees WALTER B. WtUdAM j .t CO.. ocSS.it Ads Auctioneers. uanti:i)iii:i.i. rANTHD-AWlinK WOMAN TO COOK, Iron nnd do tho work of a mll family; must go liotae night h1 bring city refer ences ill Mb t tie SI -St WANTKD-A MOU'RCTAIILR WHITS Rlrl lor itereral houtcworkt lw family. Cllat!M4Sl'tn w. at3t irNTKD-A()IHI.OFAIIOUT . YKVH8 It s nurse; must lie obllalnc and make berselr genvrally useful; relereneesj requ rl and must sine m nleht l"i A t s e J-l-lt r ANTED- tJl'IClKNT WOMAN TO cook, wash and Irun; must stay nights, ttrl' grelercnc Aii't ri til 1st st 11 e. - ANTKD-Willi K Ihn, I.MIR IS YKVKS I of aae. as errnud loy ami to make him pelt itenera'ly aseful; references. Apply Hi I (1 l ii w .'I I- AV r ANTKO-A IKH DRIVKH OR Wal'er. fall a t-T M arn at a a m. 81 It VATKI,-A WIIITKWOHtN AH MAID and seamMre: tsuit read aloud well. Apiily at Arlington Hotel. Room 7. as 3t WANTED- MN ANO WOMEN TO 1 1 tell tew norelty; .1itrdaTeaallymadc; IbeMt are entirely new aadnellat abrht ('. D. AI.HRWfeON A CO .WW F at. St ArANTKD-. WOMAN TO COOK, WASH V aim IronatailHstnw. SMI "IAMNTKD-A Ni AT YOl'NO COUtRKD VV Rlrl aa chambermaid, waltrese aad tone; must stay atulwht. Apply at 1011 Ml tin w. t It Y7NTED-A WHITE COOK WHOWILt. as.t in waablnK and Ironlme. Apply at lasi leth at n w. St St VtTANTED-AN KXl'EHIRNCED WHITE woman with o,l city references to etMik and awdet with wathtnir. Apptyatsaoo ltihttn w attt VtJANTED-A root WHITE OIRL FOR TT general housework, Hith refereeoes. Apply at lTISlHbstu w. fUSt YWANTKD-A RESrEtTAHLK WHITE jltl imbamlwrmaW and wultre; must have good city reference. Call at Its K I ave n w. W-St WANTKII .SITUATIONS. VtANTBD-HY A RRSJPBCTAHLK WL'tt T i girl, a alt uatlon as oook or ehamher- ttaki , good ref ereucee. Call or addreaa I MS K I ave n w. il -It AY J ANTED-BY ACOLORRDGIHU PLACE i aa ebambenaaU la a urivate lamllr. AddteeahiBWhstne. 3t lfANTED-BY A REHPnXTABt.E COID T I woman, a plaui aa cook ia a asaall fain lljr. fall or addtea an F t a w. nt Wi ANTED-BY A MBbl'BCTABLK COU'D alrl. a Dlace aa t hamlmt awu lu unvaw family Aadreet ISST 4ht n w. M AY TANTFU-BY A RBaPBCTABLE WHITE i tlri. a sltuatloa to do general hotne- wnrk. t all or addteaa ase H at w. J St Y7JNTED-BY A YOU t.lSUSCTl'A IT tlonas cbamberaaald: willing to alt with washiDg; la private faaally. Call at IMS n a ave u w 3N AA 7ANTED BY A HKaFTABI.E COL'D r alrl. a blace aa I'hawberaiakl or nurse. Address, 1115 R at u w. it U VVANTIJIl 3U.SOKI.I..XBOUS. A FEW DESIRABLE ROOMS, WITH steam power, good aleratnr sswvicst aad nt- etaas Janltorah'p, la the FOwT BUlLBiNG. for eat at low sates to awt-ebua tanaata. Apply to bTILSON HCTCHISS. tt Foat ktaildmg, or FKAXK MACUIRR, anarta- fHltSONALu YOl'tiU LADT. FUiAMCfALLY EM Vhunusstd, wWhsa to meet 4 awntlsenn wku will ataix her aad be a good frieadto her taaaciallv AdtMa Ll'LU WATKH. CttyPoetualce. 3t-t TO US THE TUCE. WE WILL PAY M l -sny amnsty-lor aanw arss-aiaea aa-a-haaaf tdosaiu. Iildimi or eaU at STS? OM 9T VD. SH Tl iti. n. v F-OK UKNTKMMS. TJUK RJOiT-WrTB BtUBtt. PtWtW AiULT P Vofetukvr 1. vary desirable 1 story ftuai tiaamiiahtaltas roan. Api-ly haalstb at a w. cur Mt Vermm flai-e ja TTIOit MBVr-ll. IOUCdUMS T. PUR Blsaed. lona-tiUiit id u-iy roona: U.W BtMlMrkeeMBg ill.)l iWillu 44 4t ifsues mmmt i s -! r- w.www- rooana, aleu a large uui araihJ M ao Ituntrouc ;5 1IthstBW St -VM. . L.WM. . ..U 1 WUIlll V WEH.lUBil IXlat bXWT-A Ut LAUUa PCttHtaalfS 1 ttuga room, witu u wtthoait boapd. MM Ttb ata w LWIt KctWT-S LAktUK 1 tuasBiuaiialtng euuga jMjdbj4h awtlthua as noor ttt P? M BEisT-rcBaitoaHP-a uaut-utu kmJl ruuui. Sd ttory bunt, with board At nasn i n : terau. aw gar bmasub; ief tHi. LaugieJ UrM, nou HAKT- Sttllllf- -mttuaui I , r niifiirBhhr ' rjuua. naltaUe tor Ug . uwkeculag; board la bojae tt deateed; ajao one large -die, rum S 1 XIM bSSi' Ih ili xSTLY Ft'lMUati'D 1 Trust ait-re mwi Ii t.Sav Stb st is; to 1 or i gwiitliLBuu wltt bert I setor.eai.iea; eeUeidtabtoWr J aa r by It I hMfHiT-fu UKSirtJUIIMI tMUL- uuMjauaney faraialwd rojdv,; breahiaat 4irtd IflM K U a w. . TB BJOIT-.: i sat IWjMa- P ati-i. .uitabUi U r Msbt bujadhaeptBf. AUatuilLstu w '- T?M UWT-t $X fTT aTBWLX BotU t lrc!r; Seou's front a.t. prtvete KSdtf. ifliiina k UkU uatoa. u - LXB BEST- Mb ELY r'l KMSitRD Koow. r single r il -u ii iib Br-t cli tib'e b. a.J W is. I - u i L dr. UtkdU hhkVI il t .1 t t MIA nANA8AN.rlJHf.LT tt 1t ftt.av.t arsoissf-tessdst. n . R. BimttN. t? Tt St. .Yttnjj iTrvnx tit nn. . yinimtniAW.rwwhst trffrtr. e. m.'lirASJifTll' JWW., cor. sth and B r. THRARldrnirtrWrT.f-t STth arid K nay. .l hHH.1 An rns tKf rtn V Jjfre. n t riHH, i'ttrt.i. rtn fc a. JA8. T. tITSTlIt, F ac nalMhst. nt n nt . A. ljOWLBl!t.Mfntri 11 Jl-Wbrrtf. nnejietistiTPi namci T0X NR tn to m t-cntrtl 4 liJKKWnu f is t o Ml cntte ! Iny. BWrwRR.Ml . fVfltre star ana jinn stiwt marsct ,i fentre waner. e .nataet. lariret,. c. Rt prhRT si ittientm Jtaeket. A . 4. R1L . ! A; t v-ntre Market. mil Hi,:. PRO S. ATWATRR txi . 1W4 isss ra. ate. nnmi, shims .tsi MVHHtiHs. t. II MORAN. tat Mhst. A I HAZLRTiiN. tSSTthst. M RlrRMND.!lta itp. UFO. W. RlCll.Tir Sarket Space. HO Rtt. A MURRAY. fnn;th St. n. w. JOHN C. W 1I.LEB. ir . ills 7th st.n. w. L HKlLllhtNS.jiNTthst n w. t BOOL, one frhe Shoe rlouse,trth of. NATDlNALHtlTII.SBORSTORXtMm.av. II WALKER TtTRRR. 1WS Pa. ave. JOS.A. RSI'RTTI. .ItTl'a nre s. e. u i hints. HIOOS A CO., Fa. ave and If th st. LEW IS JOHNSON AT o., lth and Fa. are. CORSON A MACARTNEY. HIS F st, TIATRMAN A CO , HU F St. n. w. M. MAYSB A CO .MS Wh st. WOOIin A CO.. IK 8 F st. n . w LEWIS U.TBWKHChV CO . lSSS F. II I.Mi.1. CENTRAL NAT. BANK, i or. 7th U and 1M. cniZRNS' NAT HANK.SI.MMh St. NAT. MKTI OHOLITAN IIA NK, SIS 1.1th st. SECOND ATIONAUm;thet n. w. Clll f.MIIIA NATIONAL. 911 FsLU.W. NAT. HANK HRrfHLIC. 7th and I) ate. nt)onsi:r.ht its i.v station Hits WM. BALI.ANTYNK SONS, 8 Tin ft. A. K. WILLIAMS. ..Sl-mih st.n W. W. II. MOItlllSOR. ll F t. C1IAV.MAN A TAYLOR, 915 Fa. are. nw. r.ti.iroiiAi.i uins.ixn nit.w- TOKALONWINECO .Stltlthst. rn its i:t r o i: ii i:r to i:. M.C.WH-LAN.l-tFt. c.ir;f.K. F. FltKUND. 708 Slli at. B. W f;7.orfii;.s. M. KAUFMAN, eorner Hh and I its. e. I. IIAMliL'HUtUt NOMS.itSl Faave. NKW YOhKONE l'RICSI I.OTI1INO HOUSE, Sll7lhnt.n. w. OOI.IIK.N KA01.K CLOTHING CO., 911 Fa. nve. s. 8. iitni tans. ANDREW .1. JOYOTS SONS. Warerooms. !WM-t0ConH. avn.; Faetory. II ISllthnw. W. F. OKYgll, KXl 18. are Also lrn-n IIORslI AND CAHNiAnKnAZAH.aW-itLa. MrllRRMOTTA HRO..SIH la. are. W. w. (ha ii:r rioM.iis i. w c.i n:s. J. l-TSSELL. It N. Y. ave. T.J Ah VIS. 4Wlrtht. HtaKK .t RI'DD. SteMh st. C1IAS. F. FLSIM'IIMASN, llWl'A.ave. I'.li'l.'A. TFMFI.EIHiTKL.fttbsL.on.ir 8 Fat.Ofner. THR NKW BNOUNlU'AFR,SlSftthkt. LI.K&' IUN1NO BOtiMS.S9BFtt.a. ro.yj't.f rioAi.'its. IIKI.DINnAca.tKFa are. (.ILL'S. nr St. yiBkTZA CO.. err Ktb ami Fsls.n. W. rrRENAHANACO . IWTthK.H. w. F. NEWTON. 17 II 1. ave. u. w. EMMKRTS. tll7tlit. n w. c oxiw no si:u inmr. i:.t kit. M. HRILU4l7Whst. K. II. E- nkUHRl.NO.SlI 11th at. in.tiitt a on. HENRY F. RKll. HO lvili aw. mtv ooo ns. W. M. MIl'STF.K X SONS. 19 1'a. ave. INbBL'HUll X UM).. ISO to l 7th at H. W. BEATON I'HIIKV Fa. ave. and Mb it. Tlloe J. LOTThELl lSHtlFa nnt. JOIIMsON A LDTTMKLU7I3 Market Space 1. iKi.-siiAnirr, vioiii. (. u Clo at S o'eloek S J FIHI1KI, lsflta. ave. IJEO. F HARBIN. 31ft Fa ave. . e. b. 1. MURCn A CO , tar ;th at aw KTBH.VM DRY GO HHS HOUfcK M 4 7lh B. W. W. 1). CUMIKACO.. Sll Market apase. KI auisrs. FRANK 1. WELI.BR, 7SI Mh St. Z. D. (ill.I.VAN. air Fa ae. T. R. OORAM. Wit Fa. re. W. S. THOMlfOK, 7uS t&th l. SAMUELT. STOTT, Sattoaal Hotel ReUdiex HOMKOFATHIC F1IAKMACY. MW It at. JtYMM ASH SCO0KKR.S. IiriHIOh'N.Y.. STEAM DYE HOUSE. IMStfaM, ANTON FIK-IIER. UMSOtt. J.BIRKNBR, Uttistnw. SetabttabedUBI. K. A. UK EVE, all K at. aw. ..!. i"7Uf J.lt.Jll I lt. IH.IC TIIHS HOYCB A- MAKEAN. ltas Fa. ave ; above palren. J. H. KUEIILIMO. DkM Fa ave. j:i i h;x,, hxhm n is us. ii'.itv; OIHH .1 f I'llMtXHS. Mt gl.HoY'h ART klOBE. Han Fa. ave. W. Ik V EEHBOFP, 111 Fa. ave. aad tit aad -HS7IN tt n w riui: I. SSI HAM I. I wiw.vas, rlttEMBKV IK. CO . 7th at. aad U- ave. COLIMB1A PI BE 1MB. Ct.. ViuSFat n. w. lOhtoiuNFiBilS'h.ro.aM tttL t-a-w. Rtetil FIRE IN-. CT . 14S1 P at NAT. UNION FIKBlNfe. CO. SSSU ave, UbtOLK FIRE ISa CO.. tWSSh .t i i.ot n. rr.i it i m u i r. Mi IHH ELL A ktlXS. K fan, and Hw ave. riSH, UISI XMS ISIt VOVLTHl. R A.;oIDBh,Uaiei.treiLsjMH ' " i j riAll'M MILLS. FIOKEKB FLOUR M'LLfc A B CSmFLItY. "yjt.vj ri'HX. Wl'JUMAN 4 CU.SU ltb at. Tel., -. TRi . JaUnruftl tt5 7thl W. M. UOEXETtol Marbet Dt. 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CHRIS XANHKH, WT 7th at CIIAS KHAEMKR. ;tr;tht. JACOB XANDBR. ISIS 7th st ll. w. rtlK MAI. -IMMISrVs. PR SALE-IN ALEXANDRIA. ROOM frame boaee. at SuUhtn; nrdranttn yard; lot lSxllS; anajr home; prlee, JM. A,- lifh' rioiiuunr ii, iuujui, Nin .-so. ,oi lht. lOR XAI.R-THREE OF THE LTiKtFBST Hth et Be: two-atorv and hm imbmH. bwura U ,. H.Hnw.VM. ", WV W- . - atone trimming; 7 room and bath; electric bells aad gae; pric, S,.v9 eeeb. $M) esub tNtlaaee to salt or trade for good low. Hill SAI.lt AMI It K.N' T. r EAL BfcTATB BULLETIN THOMAH E. WA(.OAMAN.ITFstteC Chaases nuislo Wedseedava aad Batardays, S-bTORY UHICK AND FRAME HOWES FOR SALE. NHS 1Mb t n w. b h. m !, 10 r JlAfsM STsuMtnw. bb.lirs lco SatrfatB w. bh.ml.Klrs M lrSSMhata w. bh. 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