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THE DAILT? CRITIC, FATTRDAY EVENING, ()("!( JtER i!, 1800.
OUR THEATRES WASHIMOTW MANAGERS GETTING EXCIUENT ATTRACTION RHERWtLBEITMOPEM-ROUSI. Tke Ifcwttil AUwum SpiltUj Ota piny st Un Nw HttMtl. "BOBBY" 6ATL8R AS THE "IRISH ARAB." "Faut Up to Date" at UbwIh Mwk Hall. Kcrn&n's RctsMeit M 9wip Atast Plays awl Piayer, On Monday eeenlnjr. that charming netrces nml haatleorne vronmn, Mile Ilbcn, will open whut promises to be one of the most aweceseftil engagements alio tins ever nlfiyetl in Washington. The advance sale is even larger than It was on the first engagement, and, it In dications go Tor anything, she will be erected on Monday night by one of the largest and most fashionable audiences that ever assembled In Albaugh's The atre. She will present "Josephine, Km press of tho French," that now famous historical play that was made familiar to Washington theatregoers last season. But since its presentation here it Is said that many important chnntfes have been made both In the text and tho dramatic situations, and It is reasonablo to sup pose that both Mile. Rhea and Mr. Wil liam Harris, who cave such a finished impersonation of tho character of Ait jl(on Jlonaparte, have mollowcd their work and made It even stronger than ever If that be possible. The assurance Is given that tho com ing production will be a grander one in tvtry way than that seen last season. This can readily be believed when It Is understood that nil tho magnificent scenery used In the famous Now York and Ban Franclco productions will be brought into requisition here, as will also tho properties and accessories. Mile, lthca, of course, will wear all of those magnificent gowns that were seen hero last season in addition to the several new ones she brought out with her from Paris this summer. All the female members of the com pany will be seen for tho first time In this production. If report spooks truly Mile, Kbea has secured three of tho prettiest young women on the Amorlenn stage to Interpret the three loading rolts. They will all he superbly cos tumed. AXJ5& r SS9m?VjB If ISSfl u.t Tiih fMMftuHsa? A largo number of supernumeraries have been engaged to take part in tho famous historical tableau in tho last net, which represents Napoleon's first return from Elba at the head of u conquering army in the spring of 1811. This tableau has been entirely rearranged since it was last seen here, and the effect is said to be a crand one. Everything considered, It is safo to assure our theatre-goers a dramatic treat at Albaugh's next week. Those who have not secured seats should do so at once, as the demand is extraordinarily large. Mew National, The celebrated Boston Howard Athe ueura Star Specialty Company will make their first appearance at the New National Theatre on next Monday even. Ing. Messrs, Rich & Harris here pre sent the best talent obtainable. We subjoin a partial list: There are the Toluskl brothers, who make up roarious fun with four rubber figure; the Howard Atheneum Mandolin Sex tette, who play sweet musl on man dolins and guitars, and t .e Uolstet Troupe, a marvelous ar ibatlc ex hibttion on the horizon t I oar. Other novel features of the performance are furnished by that prince of jugglers, Paul Clwiuevalli, Kate Davis, Dutch Daly and Conroy and Fox. CJnque vftlliis a marvel and always has sur prises in store for his admirers. Mis; Davis gives Imitations from life, ami btr mimicry of children is decidedly cltMT. Dutch Daly is a genius with the concertina, and he keeps the audl tnce in roars with a monologue in stumbling German dialect; Conroy aad Fox pretest a sew aet that Is exeeileat; Bob Slavla furnlsnes uiany new Ideas to laugh at. Lincoln Music stall. Faust Up To Date," tse turlecjue of the famous London tiaiety Com pany, to be gives here oa Monday even ing at Lincoln Hall, rttotnUes a number of novelties la tbe way of sUge seising, dancing, coatunsisjr, ete. TbeeomMay to give the iMirleeqse is beaded ly MUs Kate Castletos who was especially engaged for the rule of MaryutrtU sad makes her trst appearance bare. Bonnie Kate Caatleloa'a work arose ought to carry as organisation less well known than "Faust Up To Dote" suc iesf ully through as entire aaatan. The burlesque, sable from Miss Cawleton, is very strong sad all the gassy sood things tiat It contains have bees eagerly copied by base merit wious fTgaBJations. For one tbise the wiiisfcr has become very popular and the famous skirt dance has eas whtatlcd from one end of the land to theother This, of oourae. is owing to the imitators who were not alow in adopting all the leading features of tW most succeskf al burlesque ever given in England or America, Of course the burlesque travesties Gounod's popular optra of "Fauat" and the atory from LcgLnnlsg to end 1 elooely fallowed. Murywsnta't famous speech in Goethe's original drama is cleverly paraphrased, and she meets the tejute Dted Jfensf m a pretty tar maid. M.t Hutu and 'e4 teutpt her, as in the upcra, wlih the jewel, and U lWt of Uouaod's beautiful jwel song iltjcrLuu, the composer of the bur UtiiM., has wriueu another jewel ong bk.beud upisa dance, fflsief sings ibc iuwei song, but it is In a Ucher .,bs and dance vein, and throughout '., ; .i..e every well known incUest, , i- c t &4.ene m cleverly burletu,ued. The k i igUiol UaUty skirt Jancere intio ,. .. iti uow famous blue dance and m$ &32Z3iP . "i WWiHL. "$ HI a l ryf& SK 1..H Wfii dH' alirhe pink danfp There are two mtt dancers who have ranrte an enor mom hit. M! Qertmde ITOIwit danrts the tarnntelle and Mlm May voltw the glide, feat tb now on ale at Mtz tmtfs itiusie store thta't MKhi Ilnrrl1 Wr tTeefc. Bohhy Oajror I to be the attraetfon lit Herrlo' Theatre nest week. It will be M first appen ranee in WwMngton. After an absenre of nearly two year, be rwm a full fledfed legitimate star, rfrrjWmreid by a riunjwwy of aetors who bate newly ail held positions In the liret ortaniratlone of this country. The Me of piarint an Irish comedmn like Oajrnr fflnMrt gweentts srenery, bright cuttwmets and a good cast is a new one. jSiviiK This is what W. A. Brady has done with Bobby Gaylor in an "Irish Arab." Gaylor plays an ignorant son of tho ould sod, who deserts from nn English regiment, and goes on a transport shin to Africa, he is wrecked and saved bya party of Arabs belong ing to one of tho many petty provinces situated near tho coat of Africa. He Is taken Inland and nursed carefully back to life. He. being a shrewd follow, tenches his dusky saviors tho art of warfare so thoroughly that they become good soldiers under his tuition, and de feat all the surrounding tribei in battle under the generalship of O'FUtnniffitn, the charnctcr that Gaylor portrays. By shrewd counseling ho obtains the con fidence of tho sovereign of tho country, the Sultan, who, being an old man rearly on the verge of tho grave, ho llcves entirely in everything that O'FUtnntgan tells him and Is guided entirely by him. The shrewd Hibernian at last rises to tho position of Grand Viator, only sec ond In command to the Sultan, he gives his name an Arabian twist, miking it O-Fl-an-l gan, and proceeds to rule the country after his own thnuithts and Ideas; his every movement Is attended with great pomp and ceremony, and his word Is law In everything. He dtetu'8 as a king, wears diamonds and carries himself with nil the diunlty of a royal person, still retaining the face and dialect of an Irishman to the manner born. The English army, falling to force the Sultan Into a treaty desired by them threaten a war, but. before doing so, sends a pirty, under n II a c of truce, to treat with the Sultan. The old tyrant, however, dis regards the truce, makes the English soldiers prisoners, and subsequently at tempts to murder them, lie is frus trated In this however, by the Irish man, who Interferes at a critical mo ment, and mesmerizes the old King. This iltuatlon Is ridiculously funny, and Is taken full advantage of by Mr. Gaylor. In the fourth act the bombardment of the Ara bian city by tho Encllsh army is shown, the stago setting at the end of tho act literally fallinc to pieces, and a regiment of Scotch Highlanders, one hundred strong, pour in at the luck, forming a decidedly realistic picture. In the progress of tho other acts Gaylor lias Humorous opportunities to Intro duce a number of original songs and dances, and the performance is elabor ated by the Introduction of the In Mar tine Brothers, gymnasts of the most su perior order. The scenery was all painted by Harley Merry, and some of the sets arc said to be strikingly beautiful. Tho cast Includes Clarence Handyelde, late with the A. M. Palmer Company; James M. Ward, who will be remembered away back in the sixties as one of the melodramatic stars, even before the time of Oliver Doud Byron or Milton Nobles; J. B. Brown, leading heavy man; J, M, Bropby, for two years leading man of the California Theatre, San Francisco; W. O. Deal, a character actor of no mean order; Jessie Story, the original Agtun In "The Henrietta;" Marie Rene, a very beautl. ful woman and clever actress, Carrie Clark Ward and Lottie Hagan. liaronn'i Wmlilpclon Theatre, Hyde's Star Specialty Company, which will open at Kernan's next Mon day for oae week only, is acknowl edged the leading specialty show of the world, and In variably provides an entertainment tbat Is fully up to the standard. It is direct from Hyde & Behman's Thea tre, Brooklyn, N. Y.. and under the personal manage ment of Mr. Jas. Hyde, who is Iden tified with the best atu aetiOM on the vaudet tile stage. Many new features are on the bill, in Hoe, the celebrated eluding Yank Japanese fsatahta. from the Crystal Palace, London. Yank Hoe is pro nounced the most wonderful artist the Orient has ever produced, and is the most adroit master of slight-of-band and the most marvelous illinhmlrt the country has ever seen. He pretest a moat original, novel and intensting act, is which he is asshUal by Mile. Omese. a CUcas.Ua artist of rare beauty and grace. La Petit Freddie, the musical prodigy, is with the company, and will sing in six languages, dance wfeh skill and lead the orchestra with the ease of a matter. lielese Mo, whose rich baritone voice has made her famous. U retained at an enormous salary, and will sing a number of her happiest songs, including her greatest sitcom "That U Love." The beautiful St Felix Slaters, who were the hit of Knights "Over the Garden Wall." will make their first appearance in three yean, and promise, in addition to new character songs and sketches, their charming skirt dances, in which they ate vaejualed. Then there ate Xd watds 3 K email, ikrtch artists; Litiie U Western, who plays two banjos simul taneously . Belle Hilton, the beautttul uutenif the skipping rope. Smith and .uwd. arlal comedians, Sam Hearts, the versatile and popular musical artist 1 ajd hw wtirj(irs Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. November i Lester & la i U.,ui' London Uafety Company MUbr toajtog'sHmie It touk nearly nve ears of very hmd wuikto make W J ekanlau a suwieas tall jgp. ful Irish comedian ,T,,C Murphy was a long tlwe getting there and Ned Har rigan was a long while be mini; a sue eeasfnl star. Sr. Bobby jior. who appears at Harrrs Thestrp nrnmenrlng Monday etenfng, October -27 nn made awourretfTtl rewrt, for fr-.m the tint nljtht of hh anrwarairee as a he ha miwe a awceat a thing that seldom happens awrmt, theatrical entertain ments. Tke only way to , .mint f-tr this wrjnrletfnl wrccew I the nrnretows popularity of Oayfot affront all classes of theatre -gor. Mr. Gaylor ha bad qtilte a mmintic life, conrmeneffrg when he wa n t y a life of a boot Mack; then to a porter In a hotel; then a priae fighter, and from that to tire Iargt-sararled variety per former that eveT appeared lh Amerlc One would think that a man gnlnsr through all Ihee rounds of life would be a rough uncouth man, but the reverse l to, for a more nnasenming man than Bobby Gaylor does not live. He Is a regular family man, ami it wonld not be poeelble for mortal being to be a littler fnthrr ami husband than plain, simple Bobby. This famous comedian will lie remembered herein Waehlngton by his very funny performance In the production of "After Dark" last season. He is a saving man, and owns con siderable real estate in Chicago and Lcadvllle, and also a very remunerative mine in Colorado. The production of "An Irish Arab" Is spoken of In the highest terms of praise by the press In every city where It has been preeented. A Clinptir nn Tlclit" Wlint the Mod ern lliitlrfqne Costnme Cot. The stAge manager's art, In whatever walk of the dtama It may bo directed, is nowhere so valuable as In placing before the public what Is known as burlesque. The first consideration Is tho expenso of geltlncup an organiza tion of this kind. The next considera tion Is the play I Kelt. That procured, the art of working It out Is then undertaken by the stage manager. He furnishes the clots, etc., and the enrpenters, scene painters, property men, gas men, etc., furnish tho estimates. Then the biting of the chotus, ballet, etc., and easily the estimate amounts to $20,000. To this may be added fully 20 per cent, for unforeseen expenses, nml the manager raises the curtain of his theatro with nn actual outlay of a small fortune on a burlesque with nothing In view save that unknown quantity, tho "public favor." ''Faust Up To Date." for Instance, could not be gotten up in this country for loss than $80,000. Tho above facts wore gathered by a CntTtc reporter from tho manager of the "Faust Up To Date" Company, Mr. JelT. S. Leerburger, whoso comments on tho cost of the costumes seetnod tho most Interesting part of tho Interview. There Is nearly 300 costumes, some are not worn more than half an hour at every entertainment, yet the cost of each is .f do, accordlne to the London bill for which the United States customs were collided. This Is without the tights and let me tell you that the tlifhts used by the girls In the various arts are a source of constant expense and trouble. They arc renewed almost every month and during the season every girl on the ttsge has no It ss than five or six pairs fur every costume. They cost all the way from $10 to $21 per pair. We use the medium priced article, but as they gen erally have to be dyed to order, and trmdc for every particular costume they come much more expensive than ordi narily. Another expense to a manager, connected with tights. Is the amateur chorus girl who worts them, and who does not know how to put them on. A younc lady accustomed to wearing tights, and who has bad experience on the stage, will not wear out half as many pairs as the new girl. The new chotus clrl, whose tights must be of silk, and of the beet quality, Invari ably ruins them when sho first puts them on. They are fastened about the waist some way. nnd aro drawn tight by rolling the waistband. But only the girl of experience can ex plain how they must be drawn on over the shapely limb, so as not to "run," or tear the very first time. Tho drosses of tho principals are, of course, no little consideration, and it is a study of the designer andcostumer to get just the right effect for the leading lady's figure. In "Faust Up To Date" bonnleKate Castleton plays the female part of Margutritt. and her dresses are after the original designs made in Lon don. They are all in character and more dainty and delicate than expen sive, but theyoung "Faust." which was oilginally played In London by Violet Cameron, then by Addle Connyers, and now by Miss Hilda Thomas, must be dressed In character. Violet Cameron's ooaturnea were of an entirely different cut and color from her successor's. Miss Conn yer. The latter Is a tall statuesque young lady to whom broad-brimmed bats, plumes, cloaks, etc.. are becoming. This season Miss Hilda Thomas wears an entirely orielnal dress, made from a design by Hamilton Bell. It will be interesting to give the cost and detail of only the two dresses worn by Miss Thomas. Miss Thomas is of the slighter American build of women, and bad to be fitted with a costume entirely in con sonance with the burlesque, ami with the other costumes. Her first dress is of golden brows brocade with a gold figure in It. A eurlass bodice of yellow leather over a white ilk sLIit. The trunks um of gohlea-browa plutb, trimmed with gold. The tights sre gobies brown and the boots of yellow wather. A little cap of brown plush, surmounted by three yellow plumes, fastened with an aigrette made of a yellow topaz and diamonds, finishes I I I . I .1. . U.. . IT., .. - . I. ., actual sgures: Material for does . p0 60 Making - tiU Leather fcr cuirass 13 00 Boots .... .. an SO Cap and plumes. . .. - !$ tkl Sword, mounted with htweat 1 00 Total 41 WW The second ceetunse is of atmie green plush and pink hwade, with stiver . The dancers' cnetnwei are equally as expensive, and these ate three changes for each. Aside from these these are otneers. soldiers, ttudesH, eMzess of Nuremburg is the middle ages, tarns tella daams. etc., and all are made of the heat material, and cost a small fortune. l'uaUlbt Ftiwbw. MUe. Rhea intend to hold informal receptions every afternoon neat week at her parlors is Wch&er's. The hasd- wttl doubt hue avail themselves of the oppoftunitT to meet ose of the moat charming women on the Americas The wonderful tableau sees is the last act of the great htetorkal play, "Josepsuae, Empress of the French." Las bees materially aire ngthesiftd siaf it was first sees. The (liferent arrange ment of a larger number of aupersu werariec than were uaually employed but season has enhanced the Ksseral etket wonderfully. This tableau, it may be rBBfttberTHi . repcesenta Napoleon's return from hie first exile to aUba. at the head, of a conquering ausy. In this cosset tiou it way inter est our readers to know the exa-t words of the text of the proclamation, whuh the Cosgieas at Vienna iaeued when the new of Napuioo daring movement reached them The docu meat reads as fvUuws By i rcikuu tin: lunvenihm whkU eUUUb.d hiiu is T,lna, Bonaparte destru the onlv lcirl title on which his exist a depended By appeaTine aaln In Trance, with projects of confusion and disorder, h ha deprived himself of the protection of the taw, and manifeted to the nl verse that there can be neither peace nor trrrce with him. The powers eon stqtrently declare that Napoleon Bona parte has placed himeeSf Without the pale of civil and socfcvj relailon, M tbt, m an enemy awl dwnrber of tire tranquility of the worM, he ha rend ered hlmaelf llabte to ptMfe ten tea nee." Conrled'a Comic Opera Cmpsy 1 riding along steadily and freBietratly in "Th Gypsy Burwi" att " The King's Fool.'' ThelemrertartJohnJ. n.ffatl (the Ogpnw Baron), Bnttina Ppdelford, Rita Selby, Ida Fitlimih, Annie Russell. Frances Rmeiu, Ferris llartman, Charles T. Lang ami J. P. Swiekrath. They are aided hy a spec! tl orchestra tinder the direction of Paul Steindorff. Mlw Pelby ami Mlai Pddclford, the prima donnw, are doing excellent work and adding to tbetr fame. WhereveT they have been heard this season tlifTr singing has anrnted the most enthusiastic pralae. Mr. IUf fut'l, In the title role. Is winning laurels for his artistic slntlng, and for his act In as well. All the other principals worthily preetnt the different characters assigned them, while the large chorus Is competed of handsome young Indies whose musical talents and pretty faces tend to enhance the Interest In the opera. They have all been trained In difficult marches and evolutions, which they exccnle with such military precis ion as to arouse any audience to en thusiasm. The Conrletl Comic Opera Company will be the attraction at the New Na tional Theatre dutlng the week of November it. The event of this season In Btlllmire will be the opening of Albaugh's New Lyceum Theatre with Edwin Booth and Lawrence Barrett on Monday No vember 3d. Mr. Allmuth has built otic of the handsomest theattes south of New York and Washlngtonlans who avail themselves of the special nights on whtch excursion trains are inn will be given a pleasant surprise when they "enter this new place of amucmcnt. The special Washington nights which have been designated by Messrs. Booth and Barrett embrace the pick of their repertoire. There will he two excursions the first week, viz.: Thursday and Saturday, November tl nnd 8. On Thursday nleht the play will be tho "Merchant of Venlcu" with Mr. Booth as ShiflotK and .Mr. Barrett ns IhitMhio, while on Saturday night "Hamlet" will bo given with Mr. Booth as HamUl and Mr. Birrett as Laertt. The second week's pro gramme will consist of "Julius Crear" on Mnndnv, November 10. "Macbeth on Wednesday, November 12, and 'Othello on iy. November M. Mr. Booth and Mr. Barrett will appear toctther on all the Washington nfelite. Special trains will leave Sixth street depot via Pennsylvania Railroad at 0:10 on each of the Washington nights and attlve at Union station on Charles street, the theatre being situated on the same street four square lower down. The first rows of seats are Fauteulls (a sofa holdlne two), which are placed at $!1 each, or $0 for the two. The or chestra chairs are $2.00 and the balcony $3. These prices Include the transpor tation both ways. Sale of wats will commence next Thursday at 10 a. m at Robert F. Miller's book store, 538 Flf tccnth street, and continue each day un til 5 p. in. Mr. II. C. FUk, anistant manager of Albaugh's Opera-House will personally see that every one Is well taken care of. It teems to be the popular belief that Napoleon Bonaparte wbs a gruff, sour natured man, whose military strength was his key to thu heart citadel of men. But he was no such Individual, as all those with whom he ever came In con tact have testified. On the contrary ho was a born diplomat. To his extraor dinary power of fascination, a striking testimony seems, in nn anecdote ot Lord hcith'a, well authenticated. When some one alluded In the old ad miral's bearing to Bonaparte's repeated rtquost of a personal Interview with the prince-regent, he said- "On my con science I believe If you consent to that, tber will be excellent friends Inside of half an hour." And It Is this soft side cf Napoleon's character that is shown In Albert Roland Haven's great histori cal play, "Josephine, Empress of the French," which the well known actress, Mile. Rhea, will present here. The womanly side of the beautiful character of Joitphine which Mile. Rhea Is said to Interpret so grandly. Is shown. In short, the domestic life of these two wonderful characters has received more attention at the hands of the clever young dramatist than the stormy episodes that brought so much sorrow and misery to both. Mr. Wm. II Easton, the genial mana ger of Harris' Bijou Theatre was tke recipient this morning of a hand some picsent from a former employe and valued friend. Several years ago Mr. Carl Kraemsr was the fcenlc artist at the theatre, a position he owed to the efforts of Mr. Batten, who is quick to recognize taltnt, and as a souvenir of the former relations the present was tendered. It is a handsome medal of hammered silver, appropriately inscribed, and contains the Initials of Mr. Etwtoa's name in gold and silver and inlaid with five diamonds. It is a hands ww and valuable gift. If you feel weak and all worn out take BROWN'S IRON BITTERS ItlarrUd. HACEIS- THHUaTUK - On WaadaT October &. 1M. at the Nnhleaee u( 4 i iwute Kojd, u. (. umWiaad, Ma., by tlie Uv. t lateace BuL rectur ot Bwiiubu! Cbwvh. Chaitai Paul HacUc of Vew Turk to Vtubt. eansmer or rae late ueurse viftff ittatuiiol MaLrvU MIBlsK-KisCBa Ob Wedaaadar eve toe. October at. lses, at the parsmaee ut St rir' Cetnvlfc chstvb. by 6 Patter Dea aaae. ttwuy MehJer to Borotaaa C. Skeas. MOKtUK-TTC'KliB-Oo OMoftar , WW, at the naroaa of Grace X. X. Caiuvb. by tke lev A. It Betty. Uta Fturstace a Tucker to Mr. Janta K- Moraaa. EJtfS. C'BELSy-At3. b ., MiM. ""'jJ aha W. and Uattla U Chsstoy mumm-Mtmmo aL.TaarUa.Oetoher &. mi, of wmwisHaten. WaUw 3- Sortou. ljr wsuC w I. and anna Sorten. late a Fatted State af alcadet Funeral ftuoi the teidien-e of bi eaMBM. 11 W Waat street aortbat. oa aasaai, tbe astfc iastiat, at to m. XnUnmal atTtoct Crek CesMUry friend of tfc fanMlyta U4. ItjaaV-O Tborasay. UMtw t. !), Jsates tueas, a aU?e w Cuuaty Uoaru. Ire Isad see &r yttars. Fiu-ural ftum k. late tasldence Mu. a W irt kuutaeakt ausday, utoher it , at l v . 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"In my nraettee. I InvsriaMy pre scribe AVer's SarsnpartUa for chronic iMs eaes of the Mnett " Itr. M. H. Beyle, Third ami Oxford ts , llUtatelphla, ps writes For two yean t hate prescribed Ayer's 5rarartna In nwnemm instances, unrt I nrnt tt Mfhly efllcarloin in the treatment of alt rternrs of the blond " t. M Knhlnsnn, Pharmacist, Sablna. o , rcrtiflri "Ayrr's SarMtwrflla ha slnaj been a ureal seller. My ewrtemer think there Is no btootl-pnrtner enal to it." "For many years I was afflicted with erofaUnw mmilror sore, which, at hut be came n bad the dorters adrhert amrmtaunir one nf my tef to sve my life. I began taking Ayer's SerMpnrnia and soon saw an Improvement. Alter using abont two rioten bottles the sore were healed, I continue to tahe a few tmltlei of this medicine eacli year, for my blood, ami am m longer trou bled with wres: I hae tried other reputed blood-piirtflers. tint none does so mnrh good as Ayer's Sarsparlltn."-). A. ttoblnson, Nenl. Kansas. Don't full to pet Ayer's Sarsaparilla DR. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass. Bold by titnuMl.u. l,iH$4. Wotlli fOabnttl. srnctAi. NOTiuns. KJffKBAl. ESTATE AND INSUItANCK iTATE i OKP1CI .IAMKJ II. MAHK AUB- BEOHGK W. STICKNEV Hare Been Reieoreil tfl 5C8 Elereath t. n. w. otSlftt : KN0INK. THE SAMKII0HSK1'0VR FOR ONE-TENTH TUB COAU W0KItO AT WKixISOUD.C. OCl-lM ighT-A CAMIl. MR. JOHN KVAJ!. cyrtK, Invitee tie dressy ires tlemea tooill at KEEN'S, 414 Nlntli itreet, ami ptaee their order fur a flret clftM Barmeat. ool-lm t5Srr'EET HELIEVEI). DIt.WIIITK, CUIKOI'ODIST. 1416 Tenna. are., opposite Wlllard's lintel. Tliouact from far aad near Tltlt Dr. Whlta'a entablUbmest for relief from awl aroMaaee of eoroi, bunion. dlate.l nail and all ether foot troablw. Hours. S a. m. too p. m. EUDdayt.S to IS. Office fee. It per vUlt for puttlse tiie feet in good order. IbtablUlied, (Mil. .THE SAFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE u&i'Ani jiai i , AMERICAN SECUItITT AND TRl'ST COM I'ANV, 1140 15th bT. N. W. Absolutely Fireproof. Now ready for tba storage of Furoltura, Ftaaeo, fcUrerware, ltetareii. Mirrors, Truakii, Carrlagej, and all portable ante!. 1'aoW lug, Morlsgand SblmJagby eiperts. Ordera by mall or telephone promptly attoaded to. Call and examine bulkilsg. IlerdKM paM door. Teleptioae No. 44W. ALDEItT M. HEAD. csa,1ml Geawul Jiiujgr. 3 LADIES ! LADlBti,! LADIB8 1 zss Mrs. MeOaffery is the ooly bat and bOBset frame maBBf aoturer la tbeeity. Call aad e ber new abapen. Uloaohlai; awl prrwiBg. Btraw aad felt bate altered to the mi Q street a. w. j-SOTICE TO TAXI'AYEKJS. Orricr or thx 'OLiictou or Taxi. O. ' . October S. lnU Fereuaat to tbe prvTbdoa of the att ap proved October 1. Uaa. all rreerue of iceo eral taxe iirior to July 1. USS. a4 iuat4 for Maria I Impnwemaat. Uuiludinx the layhw of water wataw. pew doe to. aad tke ilea fur kteh are kekt by tbe Metriet of Coaabki. auy be iU aatil OCroB SI, 1W, with S per restate teteteet fee Ueu of the rate and iieaalttei now aaed bf law, aad all act r aad t. &a Btvis. oo.at Cotterter of Taxe. P. C i. W1LUAM LEK Oeecessar to Haary Le iianek UWBStrTAKSK. Ot FA. AVB. V. W Soath litilii. MraBChOshBe.4SeMarytaadae. w. Bit J K- SKIUiY. D. S . "''' ItenKMilnlnr of the I'oi Tereity of Xariiaad, ha eetabUaaed at Mb) Fifuwatk atreet aorthaeat. aad aobeltepa troaaaa, tie, atuoa oakie aad all aii thsttos adadalatared. ocln rSir'WHV wnr mays yoch saiirre axx7 aaaae ay one of the xaeet ctiahfated dasa ia AakMaML I SliBa aaaa iuu thbai-rate eattaw ukarge. F.T. HAULOaS? i. fok kkt hi vmm. TjHMt xtSWT-UkFl'lUlaiUtO- nMtBW,lSrs miM MM Maw ae. W r aad ataMe W vm A t a w. ia r ise7 Mtkatw.. u mm wiw,iiH B tsunitavr.Mw - Wm 1713 O at a w, u r I mstlrtaw, ur. Bag 11estlitaw.il rs S at usirarw.MH. t mtiiatttw.tir. att mtUreuraa at. U r T5M 174 Corcoran t. 11 r. TUB 139 6 at a w. U n. HSU MItaw.Mr 4f iy Mtl at a w. w ABat.aia teas ssw MM St a w. 11 r . .. aaw lias Ffcrida , ..... . 0tatitsv. in 15 w nbaaf Foiitrvy at, t boaaea, eaoh- 1- W Tba .. WoBiM can tt AXAaueii br bee Kit tost oar osaua ubS 1THJH sfAT-TWO tHU.HO KtW -V route toaw UoUKt tlsb aad dry kwa tku. near ibarcbc ad publU' nebuol lu lakintova tomikuf A BrOUkaJU, B nit tHM m taaioatut ur wtium. r aMT, ouK-BorDSSDattOataU . . -i iiT "P1 . ' -"T". A -s City Bail? At tTiov s r.rs riTRl STK !AI.B OF VUl'ABl.l! RKAI, OS TBB SOUTH. SID i ir L BTAtH STftSftr. RWrWESI FIFTH iT -llST. . W . BI8 of cntrHtnA. By virtue of a deed of trwrt dated May 11. A.P tm, and dniy reeoteed In llbrr No liwr. folio tta, et ti. one of the land re wits tf trie rHMrirt of ColnmMa, and at th-re-r(netcftbe party seenrel thereby W all fllatpnbnc arrtlon. In JroM of theprem le.on WShiAT,TWl FIFm .'.)tAY nF No EMBER, A. D ISfc at half pt f mf 'eloc n. m.. the frrtrowfnf derrihil red etate, sitnate la the ("entity of vrhw'on, HMrlrtof (Villimbla, to tt. East half of lot o slx(l lnblflto seven (i Ir Itowwd T nlrerity snMWslon ot smith'" Fnrm, railed "FTiham," fronting twrritv ve ii feet on Sumner street, bt a depth of onrhun dred and flfty (1IW) feet, to alley improved by a comfortable frame dwelling Terms of sale: AH emit, of which one hnn dren .() dollars meet be paid t titienf ale. All conveyanelna: and record inir at pur haser's eot Tertna or sale to be map id with In ten iioi days from day of sate; otnit wlsr, right feeefted to resell at rlk and ent of defaulting pntebaser after Ave v dT' advertisement ot sneb reale In some news taper published in Washington, n v .r R JOHNOM, A S. CXYWcTOD. Trntee WALTER B. Wtt.I,TAM A rn oea,dAds Anrttoneer. irjiNTKmci,r. .w rA7RI-A Minrjt.R-AOBD SsTTtBt) I nrman to do general hutisg waft for twn In family; rmret be well recommemten. Apery inn im sin w, imntnnm j-i w. ASTED-A RRI,t.VBf,K WOMAX TO W) general honsework Amtrl4t must n w. between 3 and 5 o'clock SB It "WMNTEW-A WHITE WOMAN TO COOK. wash and Iron In a family of a; bring reierenres wwd apply at l.taethst n w aia WAXTKD-AtlBRMAN (JIM, FOR'HKN eral hfinework In a family of S. onethst will appreciate a rood home, references; stay at night Igtg ltng SVM ttTANTBD-A WUITK OIRt, FOK IBN r I eral honewor ; a good home for proper person reff fences required !SlMhtnw. '7ATElJA WI1I1E WOMAN TO COOK, V V Iron and do the work ol a small family, mnHgo home nights and bring city refer antes illWlistne Sl-t WANTED-A ItRsl'BCTAm.K WIIITK girl lor gere-al houieworki 2 In family. CallaHltai'stn w l4t rANTED-A OIHLOF AtltlOT IS YEARS Tt asmirse: must lie obllglag aad make herself generally nseful; references rectl rel and mnst stay at night 4se A st s w JM-tt irANTBD-t COMPETENT WOMAN TO cook, wash and Irons mint stay nights: bring reference. Applr at 111 1st st n e T ANTED-WIUTK HOY, IS Oil ! YEARS I of aire, as errand boy and to make htm seir generally "efiil; references Apply ltll (i st n w 3l-3t 7ANTED-A OOOI) tllttVBlt OK Walter. ran mini Mass are am a m. m-nt fATEU-A WHITE WOMVN AS MAID i nnd seamstress: must read aloud well. Apply at Arlington Hotel, Room 7 Wat W rANTEH-aS MEN AND WOMEN TO sell new noreItT!tSicrdaTeiltrmal: tleso ate entirely new and self at sight C. p. Ai.iiKnsoN t co . loio f t. am AA 7ANTBD- K WOMAN TO COOK, WASH ano iron ai an u si n w. xi n tVANTKIl SITUATIONS. rANTKI)-PY A BBTTI,EI TviHTB widow (1 1'lilld), employment In a small fmilT. Address 4II Rblge t. SS-at "rANTEU-BY AN XXI'iCRIENCRD I waber woman, washing to do at home; gi fed re'vretires. Call oraddres tttd Unirer's Conrt n w iH'tnecn lIh and Soth, I. and M. WANTEH-BY A HELItBI.K COLORED woman, work to do ont by tbe day or washing to do at bom Address 1750 It st. W ANTED- I1Y A RB8FECTAHLE COL'D Y girl, a situation as cook or nhamber maiu.tood reference, tailor addreis tttS Itl aven w H irANTKB-HY A COLORED (1IKU 1'LtCK as chambermaid In a private family. Addres MM Btb st n e gait YU AhTBD-BY A HBSPKrrABLE COL'D woman, a place as cook In a smalt fam lly Call or aililress H F st a w. WSt 17ANTED-I1Y A HESI'BCTABI.K COL'D V L-lrl. a place a ubambermald In private famllv AodressiasT Sth stn w WM WANTKII MI.SOKI.t,ANKOOS. FEW DESIRABLE ROOMS. WITH steam pewer, good elevator service and flMt oIbh Janltorsblp, In tbe TOeT I1UILDINO, for rent at low rate to flrst-olM tenant. Arply to STILSON I1UTCHINS, Tost Ilulldlog, or FRANK MAGUIKE, baperiB tesdent. l'KHSONAl.. AAVS.W lfANTED-J MORE BEniNNEHS TO Join Violin Ciase; J a month: i lemons a week; thorough lotructioa guaranteed. ttlT EHnW; SV Ai YOUNG LAUY. FINANCIALLY EM- batrawed. wis be to meet a seatleaiaa u bo will alt ber and be a oood friend to ber flnaneiaUv Addrea LULU WATER'S. (Ityl'ottonice. Hit NOW IS TIIE TIME. WE WILL FAY "big money" for gents' flrat-elaas aeo OBd-band olotbfaK. Address or oajl at JIIKTIPH OLD HTND.SlDst,n. w FOK ItKNT IIOOSIH. I?OIt HENT-4 L.VROE SUNNY ROOMS; : nicely furnished, geotlemeB preferred. IBIS O t u w W St F( OK KENT-IOUO MAbd AVE. ENOLIill basement ruoMj; suitable for doator' office. 4t F OK RENT-S W tOR MASS AVE AND 1Mb ut, uBfurnlibaa rooms, en wilte or Msele; eTeetrii' bell, io. S&-st T?OK KBNT-WIT11 BOARD. FROM AB JUT ' November 1. very deeirable 1 lry front comasnleatiBiC room. Apply WW Mb at p w. cor Mt. Veraoa Place II H FOR RENT-MIS CORCORAN T, FUR airbed, t eoastotimr 3d story room; Ibjht boawkeeptos: allowed, price. SIS. M it FRKENT 10K 2 NICELY' FURNI8HBO room. aio a large uaf urabibed ad Boor trout room i 5 lltb t a w M tt F Ok MENT-A NICK LARGE FUKXISHMD froBi room, with tr attbout buard. ISM Tth t a w i w nOR KKNT-i LARGE UXrTKNUstitO X lommuakatiog room: at flour, heat, ga aad balb,. MSI tkk t a w. -at 17IOK RRNT-FUklNiaKRD-A GtOOO ilZBO l1 hall room; Sdttoryfruat; with board At 1V5S X kt a w, terms, tat per month, refer etKsa exchanged 83-tt TTOB KBKT-t E ST X W-Ft'RKMHBD L or unfurnished room: sellable for Uebt Wukplag. board ia bwum If desired, abo one lara osfce room. iS-St 1- ,XK RKNT-AK BLSGAKTLY FCKSlUUD 1 fnist ak'uve ruua la tat. lea stb t a w: to 1 or aeatlaaimi witb heat A reereaoe; eavellent table tmarq nea r by mm J.TOlt KKKT-TU bEMTLSktSK OKLY-S L baudaueely furnUbed rujaa. break faet ildciml 1704W.tow -u VTKAt rill OK bTtlLKK. B TOLIN-O TUB AVTKKktOOX OF THE ltb. a, tallow Irlk ael Utr ubduv. aiuarer to tbe name of Dick, bad ont toilers, on mu aame ot owner aan tae otaar mau wn A liberal ratmrd will be given for aay iafor aatkm that may lead to tbe reuutery of the war aad the wuaeuutiuB ui tne tbJef J a. KfjBSLING. Ugbtuia.' rod aud clectris) work. 1 Pa ave COl'KTKY KKAI. KJjTATS. TJIO aALS-ABOt T 17 ACSSa Qkl SO S a .atoaJii An tkd Hn.a .if tkj SatJrlMiS. !JW1-S2$S2: aad Soldier.' kome Sail way. Was part now oaiSd "Edaeejood." a eood ooportualty log tofeetoM. Fur uarttouUr. Bgtee, eto . laaaftsiorcaAHK Waowv.nu w . IBM 4V M4KY Ttl LiiAX. Mtf ObY TO LOA ON MRU. F AT OS ainresL. hu delay rwi .sr'tlLl " u v. eBH, M M4 T . ... .., Mt aii, s.a. TO LOAM OS M4L BTAT aEt-'LHITY. AT i AW HW CS1T. M If FABJUiU, Stela M Om litshil itoaatt on mmQa O V. BlIKsaLETTBA51i LOASW D. Bar gala la all paru of the mty Ufa and rtre laanran.e .. a- lDrottlaUdli.t Cuiuar stb ad V ji WSHIIfcTBM B0S11ESS DlflECW 4nrtattrjixn rixTtins- math;. fitfrvRYJMtAi,. .T rtannst. n.. FsibA. smjniDT sc4h FRAM19 HIIX8R. SfflTmhst n . WAHABA.v. RBff I.Y A VO . Ill P ave.j Jlso lsl ss 8vd st. n W S BROxtjr irsrthst i , t tot f: rt HVittontc. a ymimtBMAH. no m .ttTfIr:f;J,'r. prSrr-AtstlW rtltrrs, enr. mh and 8 . tItKWttI. lCAWtBt Ti ! North C st mm vm tVe awaeiii t. N, ,W. ASB'rl, 6t rftiBtik iltl. ath and t. its se. W. S. aia-41 1) st s w. itii run Bolfi na.tiTihtn w. saw, is w t ave. Mrf. . 4SR rirt, Wh and Pa are ll.f t RNmriER HftTTT.VHS, TUB AWMNBTtrN WOT CD , Ttb and K BW. it. i i ;. a it ( ma ri:r rtoxisHs. i. tt. RmnNftHt lotaiathst nw. 3oHNaTKINL1t,ls3B1l Cat st. ut iti:h, t tini:sts a vi wins. Jt F OT9TBB, Pa. are andtthst. fir'rcififrf.v. A. r.OEFFLKR. asn-tf Centre; 18 N. Meerty. and TIB O Street Market. THos. T KRANB to l Centre Market, .1.11 !tjfcCBK.BtoMI centre Market, FDH IIRQOKS. 631 SS Centre Market. OTTO c RrPPBRT. l l Centre MarkM. A..? HII.Y, 87 sat Vntre Market. II IT Whl'.S. OBO. S. ATWATRR A CO . 1S4 IMS Pa. are. lino, nitons As n niniii nits. .1.11 MORAN.434 9thst. A.L IIAELBTtiN.4417thst M.STRlC8IJlM'i?WP- Be OEO. W. HK'II, 71? Market Spaee. HOWELL MtHHAY.tfWTthst n. w. JOI1NC W1LLEB jr lJlhst.n. w. L IIElI.BHt'r.9, 403 71hM.n W. .t BOOL, Ore Price noe House. 7 Tth at, NATIONAL HOTEL snOB8TORB,4P.av. II. WALKER TUCKER, IMS Pa. ave. JOS A. HEPKTTI 117 Pa ave s e. II I S A J.K.V. lilOOS A CO., Pa. are ami If th St. LEK IS JOHNSON A t O , 16th ami Pa. ave. ('OHM)N A MACA HTNRT. 1119 F St, 11ATEMAN A CO , 1111 F St. n W. V M MA YK A CO , 51(1 Wh st NOOIIH .tm.ltMFst.n w LEW IS M. 1 EWK81IUHY A CO . MSS F. It I A AW. CENTRAL NAT. DANK, cor. Tth st, and Pa. nve. CITIZF.NR'NAT HANK, SIMMh st. NAT. MET! OI'OLITAN HANK, SIS 15th st, SECOND JiATIONAUSOBTth st. n. W. COIVMBtA NATIONAUP11 Fst.n. W. NAT HANK RBPUULIC. Tth and D sts. FAHMEHB' A MKCH.'SNAT , cor M and SMh. iiouhsr.t.i.nts ash sta noxmts WM IIALI.ANTYNB ft SONS, 4W Tth St. A.K WILLIAMS.SStmthBt. n W. W. II. SIOHBIFON, WH F St. CHAPMAN X TAYLOR, 01J Pa . are- nw. lAl.lHniSIA HIST..S I.VJ II It AX- im:s, TOKALONWINKCO .Slltlthst. nntsr.T run ni:c run. M. C. WIIKLAN.UKSFst. rATJ-.llVH. T. FRn'ND.TTOWhst n. w ri.oTitrvH.s. ICTOHK.A IH.BR. r-9 7!bnw,er.Ms ar. M. KAUFMAN, ot rner Mh and I sts. se. I. IIA.MlilHOl.K A W..N.--,IWI l'aave. KW'Y()KKONRI'HlCKCLOrlllN( HOUSE, Sll Tth t. n. w GOI HEN BAULB CLOTHING CO , Sit Pa. ave. s. e. C A Hit I tuns. ADRKW 3. JOYCE'S PONS. War-oom. Mini so Conn, ave ; Factory, II It ltthnw. W. V. OEYER.4a ! ate Also harawM. 1IOHM AND CARRIAOK BAZAR, Sat-K! La. McDKKMOTTA HHO..SW Pa. ave. n. w. 8 J.MEKK.No tllOiUw roxvJU'Tins vhs ash va r;.i. J. FUSWELL. I4 N. Y av T. JAltVlH. 4HHbt. II1NKB A ill'DD. 510 tb st t'HAtf. F. FLBD-CILMANN.lllOPa.ave r.u ;.s. TEMPLE flOTEL. tb t , op. V 8. FalOttee. TIU NEW EUIANl)CAFB.il8tht. EI Kb' DININO HOOMlt.SMPa.ave. c os I'tsn Tiuxiuta. HUYLER'S. not pa ave. FIELDING A CO., 4W l"a ave. CilLLM. MSDFst. bllEETZ A CO.. e r. 1Mb and F sts. a. w. HIIKbNAIIAN A C0..4WTtht. . w. r isaviTU. jtiwhi i-a. ave. n. w. i.MMr.ltTl-1. tin 7th t- a. w. c uxruc rifi.vi.'K rnoLi:a.it,K, M. BRILL. 417 Mb it. II. n. E. DEUIIRlNfl.SIl lltb St. ru.TOK.iroK. HENRY F HE1I, W0 lrtb nw. WH' UOOIM. JOHN 11. SHORT. 3111 M t W. M. bllUerTEK A bONtf, I9 Fa. ave. LANollUHOUURO..stota! 7tbt a. W. SEAT ON FEHKY Pa. ave aadtkt, TlllW J. LUTTh BLL. ltssg Pa. ave, JOHNSON A LUTTRBLL.TtS Market tieatm T. HEI.MIAIIDT. 910 7IU nt.B. w. Close at S o'eloek S J FlillBU leuo Pa. ate. GEO. F. II ARIIIN. Sl Pa. ave. s a. b I). IiUHCII A CO . ISO Tth st nw bTEHN'8 DRY GO Dt HOOliK. M Tth. B. W. W P. CLARK A CO.. 811 Market apaae. iiKf'nrisrv FRANK P. WBLLBR. 751 tb tt V t.lLLMAN.atTFaave. T E. 04;KAM, 111 Pa v. W. i. THOMPMlN. 74H 1Mb H SAMl EL T. bTOTT. Natloaal Hotel BalMinz HliMBOPATHIC PHARMACY, 1007 H st IilrTli.S .li bCOVKBHS. BUeOb' X.Y.bTKAM DYE HOUSE. TtsHtbM. AVTON Flbt'HKR.tSGt. J BIMKNBB.114 4,s4;bw K.ubUbt last. K. A. KKSYBfc, sit K t. aw. J.J.I.ITKU i.iu hi rosrn titans ROYCK A MAKKAX. IW Fa ave , alao re palrer J HKIEHLING. iaFa ave til JI1M.S tCS Jt.l VI VM., H'.t TKM I OLOKS A Oil, fAlSTlSG),. Mi KLHOYMj AST aTOBIL iota Fa. ava. w u txmuurr, &n ra ava. and ill i 41rtht. a w. -FJKK 1XHVMAXCX tUMfAXlMH FIRiUBK'a INS. CO., Tth a aad La v. BltFUtflKK. CO.. i r tt AT. likpnu lKa iii. sal La. are. IAcOUTfIKE IV. CO , to Stb t HUl M. rt-i-U IMJJfii, M I'Qst aXL j. tuxa. S i ap. aad ave. HMJ, OISIM ISM rUllTKl. K A t.oLDBN, SB S teit re Market riuiu MILL FIO&BBB FLOCK MILLS. A B. CttOFLsTY. tJt.VrtiA wi BSWKAV A co . eie istb t TjMm ITanifGLBTOK. 415 Tth t Tei u:-i. w. a." uaffis.im'it t. MJesi tM.. 0, 14l-7tb.t. list, mm nam. 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