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THE DAILY CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, N(A KMBEK CJ, 1800.
OF PUREST RAY ALL rS NOT DEW THAT GMSTMS mmin thb foliage. THEORIES EXPLODED BY SCIENCE. Msrtly lk SswktiM ef Jwew of HmUhy Vtftiftttai. SOME lintSESTlNfi EXPERIMENTS. Hw Maih&r Batth Reffwkw the Thirsty Plants ami Diaw Fragrasw All Arwml for Mwtals' Beieli. If. on a summer evenine, aftar the twilight's peaceful reign had suecMded the sway of the brilliant sunshine, you asked one what was oh your boots or trousers as you sped through the glisten ing meadow, studded with its lowing Vine, j mi would be told the dew. If, on n bright morning, when all nature was awakening from her balmy night rest, you inquired about the diamond drops that in millions sparkled on the mountain's brow, the Uniform nnswor would be tho dew. And if, on a visit to the garden, you see on tho broccoli large, clear drops, translucent with gold light; or to tho field, you see on the turnip blades crystal drops all a-tremblo with immaculate brilliancy, you would conclude that that is also tho dew. Now, that Is not dew at all, says J. G. McPheraon In "Longman's Magaelne." In all of tlicto cases, whore ninety-nine of every bundled Intelligent people would dogmatically assure you of the long-chorishcd and undisputed opinion, tho answers nro wrong. ltuthloss sci ence has driven tho sentiment out of the poetic mind. . Tho cxcrotlon of water by healthy, growing Jeavcs has been long well known. Tho crowning merit of this discovery Is due to tho most Indofa tlgablo and marvelous pcrsovcrcncc amounting to genius of Mr. John Allkcn.F. II. 8., of Falkirk. Ho has conclusively proved that what has been so long called dow is merely the exuda tion of watery julcos of tho healthy vegetation. In tho course of his pains taking Investigation lie selected a small turf, placed over It a glass receiver and left It till drop were excreted. Itomov log tho receiver, ho selected a blade hav Inc a drop nttachvd to It. He dried this blade nnd Inserted Its tip Into a small glats receiver, so as to Isolate it from the damp air of the larger receiver Tho open end of the small receiver was rioted by moans of a vcrv thin plate of uutnl cemented to it. In tho centre of this plate was pierced a small opening to admit the tip of tho blade; but tho opening was then ctru fully made air tight by means of an india-rubber solution. After a time, though this blado was thoroughly iso luted, ho saw that a drop was formed on the tip, of tho same size as tho drops formed on tho blado under tho largo receiver. lie, of course, was entitled to.concludu that tho drop! on tho out side blade, as well as on the isolated blade, were really exuded by tho plant, and not extracted from the air. Mr. Altken next observed that these excreted drops aro formed on grass on other than dewy nights. After rain, If there be no wind, and the air near the ground is saturated, most of tho blades were found to be tipped with a drop at tho name point as tho exuded drop anpoarod at night, a position which no falling rain drop could keep. This experiment is so easily made by any one, that the in terest and the Information gained aro ample reward for the little trouble taken In making it. . "What has been for centuries called dew Is not dew at all, but the watery Juices of the healthy plants. Dut look over dead leaves and you see a fine pearly lustre that is dew. Dead mat ter gets equally wet where equally ex posed, and the moisture does not col lect on It in regularly placed drops as it does on plants. If radiation continues after the sap drops have been forming for some time, the dew makes its ap peeranee all over the surface. Hut whence cornea the dew? Acute ob servers saw that the dew clad grass was chillier than the air above. Iu the be ginning of the seventeenth century, Nardlus of Florence defined Jew as au exhalation from the earth Uiyle de tectid that the dew on nlat was formed by the precipitation of the vapor of the air upon a colder body. Iu 171 Ger sten assumed the authorship of the theory hinted at by Nardius, that dew tote IroDi the ground. But It was led to Dr. Welle to converge all the rays of scicntine ugui upon me subject, and espies la a clear and unambiguous manner the theory which, until about four years ago, has bees in its entirety adopted by scientific me. Accord leg to Welle, dew was eoa uested out of the air sear the surface of the earth. His famous work, the "Kssay ob Dew," was published in 181 1. The crest advance accowpMshad by Dr. Wells was to snow tltst the ataouat of dew oa aay sight, or ob any body, depeaded oa its powers of radiat ing ueat at the tisae; tbat Uue more a body was cooled by radlalloa, the more dew it collected , that, ia fact, dew was simply a case of coadeasaUoa of the vapor ia the atmosphere, aad tnst, therefore, a body, bsfore it got dewed, was cooled by radiation to a tempera ture below the dew polar at the place. But there was oae tbiag wanting, that wbka be spoke of atttaas vary ladasV ahaly, the decided recogaUioa of the daw which rose iron the ground. This deveiopawat was laft to tnarhar Baas, aa aouaily distinguish i observer, a practical physicist, of whaaa Sswriand aas good reasoa to he proud. Mr. Aitkea chUeasd Dr. Watts' coBstissojw as w tss staircs of tha vapor that cosMfasMas os tha yntttanietn' ttttswae ia tha totaiataoa of stew. Ha was struck, with tha uavaryiaa: fact that th giouad, a Utile betow tha surface. was wataiar tha the air over it So loss, thaa. as tha surface of tha grouad is above the daw-poiat, vasor saust rise sad pass fsottt tha gsottad law tha sir. tha atoiat sir sotonaad wiU salsBta with tha sir above It. aad Us ajoiatute will Le coadaasad, fursalag daw wherever It ioass is ouatact with a surface coosW below tha daw point. Ia order to test bis hypothesis, Mr. AJtkea placed over the grass shattow boxes or trays au le t f Us plate aad paiated. These trays wue three laches deep aad more than :. foil square la area after suaaet they vite pLtccd ia aa inverted ujsittua ur tic gmas L'i be teetcd The ex iiitu-cou wu mads lu Augjat uul Prptrmlier, when the ground Wf erv dry. At 11 o'rlnclt at night he extmlnerl the tntys ftmrl fmrm! that trrere was al ways more moisture on the glass insMe the trays than outside, that " there Was always a deposit of rlew ImMe the trays and that there was often debosit out side the tray, but th (fetmsft oittstrte was always b than m the insM, ami jmiswtlmM there was no deport outside wkjB tlrm m one insMe. These facts tvMrntlv prove that far mote vapor rises ent of the grrmm! during the lwtht thsn cowitenwR riew on the tt. These travs try closely retweseat the nninrai conoutons, tor it we examine Plnnts with larce Mades, we shall often flwl on dewy nights that those leaves wbrr-h are close to the ground hare their under urffrce henvliy dewwl. while their upper smfaces are dry. We f.bscivpd tblavrry partkttlarly during lust winter In the case of hour frost, which Is just "frofen dew." We ex amined a considerable number Of broad h arcs wbieh were close on the ground awl fiitiml the under surface glisten! net with hrrar-frost, while the upper sur flee was dry. Another method then suggested itself to Mr. Aitken in order to strengthen his conclusions. He considered that if vapor continues to rise from the grouad during dewy nights, as well as during the day, the ground giving off vapor must lose weight. Accordingly he weighed a small area of the surface of the ground, before and after dew had formed, and found that during tho lormatton of the dew vaper had escaped from the ground, bccatiso it had lost weight. Ho mado this set of expert menls: He pjcparctl a shallow pan six Inches square and quarter Inch dcon and In It n slightly smaller pleco of turf.whlch he cut out of the lawn. Tho pan nnd the turf were then carefully weighed In nn open shed with a balance sensitive enough to turn with one quarter grain. The turf was cut at sunset, when dew was forming. After being weighed the pan and turf where placed In the open cut in tho lawn where the turf hml Iwnn nut nut They were loft from 5.-15 p. m. to 10:15 p. m. on October 7 and then weighed, when It was found that the loss of moisture was l grains out of 3.300 grains. Numerous experiments were made with similar results. This de cisive test showed clearly that tho soil loses weight and that vapor really arises from tho ground even whllo dew Is forming; therefore, tho dew then found on tho grass must have been formed out of tho vapor rising from thoground at Ihe time. Tho dew on tho grass wns, in fact, formed by tho cold grass trapping tho vapor as It rose from tho ground, tho blades acting ns a kind of condenser. Mr. Altken noxt set about making parallel experiments on tho bare soil and was successful In finding timllar results. . These two facK then, have now been established: that what was long con sidered to be dew Is merely the oxuda. tlnn of vigorous nlants. nnd tint trim dew rises from tiie ground. Ilrllllant clobtlles are produced bv the vital no. Hon of tho plant the liquid being the tlUir rilir of vegotatlon showing llfo In one of tho most charming forms In the phenomena of nature, especially when the deep red setting sun makes them glisten all a-tromblo with gold light; while an infinite number of mi nute but glistening particles of molsturo bedeck tho blade surfaces in the form of gentle dow, which has risen in water vapor from the worm bosom of Mother Earth, to refresh tho thirsty plants and dl line fragrance nil around. BLOCK EXONERATED. The Cuiuuiliilnnnm 1'lml That Ho l Nat Oulltr. The Commissioners today rendered their decision in tho case of Detective Week, as follows- Conduct unbecoming an citlcer and neglect of duty, not guilty, excepting as to fourth specifi cation, that portion charging him with having been conspicuous in lottery, policy and gambling specialties, but the evidence shows that his actions have all been to the serious detriment of the policy and gambling fraternity and to the credit of himself asanoftlcer and the department: of the latter nortlon of the specification, not guilty. Strain Orchestra Concert, The Strauss Orchestra a few months ago gave iu Washington three or thoae particularly delightful concerts which have made the Iilue Danube musicians and their music famous throughout the world. There is little to add In an nouncing their appearance at Albauzh's next Sunday night and at Lincoln Hall on Monday. Those who heard the peiformancea then will desire to so again and those who heard of them only will undoubtedly hear them this time, for never has walu music been played with such enchanting and fascinating effect as It Is by the Strauss Orchestra under the baton of Herr Kduard Strauss. This will be the last opportualty of bearing the orchestra In this city, for Herr Strauss aad the entire bsad are booked to return to Viesea by the - learner FuUla o December 6. They awe over oa a leave of absence greeted I y the Eatneror of Austria, whica leave spirts before tha holidays. The court (-alls at which they otKciale beaia thaa ad as all are court muskiaas they must be there. 11ml a lilcht ta Ua lUUrlsa. "There are Mora petty eases before ase to-day thaa usual," said Judge Miliar, "but I guess tha majority of tbeaa are owuut to tha aathuslassa over the elactioa." Arthur Mataioas was ac cused of haviagdisturhsd tha qulat of GaorasiowB. The oJkeer told how hilarious aad talkative Sisaatoas had 18. "Ha had good reasoa to be hiUrious. but did you bear hiat use aay swaar words," asked the Judge. "Ua certaialy did,'' aaawasad the officer. "Vall uBfiar tha stacstBSSjteaaaa, I will iatpoee a Mae of S aad utstMsad JiaigMseat," rasdisd his Boaor. I a Uio Mmf YuH. The Uaity Circle had thatr tat pri vate hop last evening at Sheldon's daaciag hall aa F sscaat aastbwaat. A mliatiaa was sarvad at Burkhasdt's lasUuiaa.i, where a haaaar was psa seated to the ckcte by tha baaeg, Uuougk Mr. Jacob G. Cohan. The haaaar was sacaivad by Mr. Lyoas ia aa appropriate speech. Toasts were lesikoadad to by IsUssrs, U. HoiharhHd, & Jiuaohatai, J. B. KosdUaaar and J? U. YaJskraVd. Tha coaspaay w turaed to tha hall, whew daaelag wu kept up uaiil a bus hour. UUtaa asui U'ttttaa t Aa lavitatioa has baas nteadad to Messrs. DUloa aad O'Bcfca to be tha quests uf the Emerald Club ia this city oa Deceiabar IT, whaa a gntad haM wtU ba gives ior tha baaaot of Italaad. It is thWbt that the iMattaguittM Irish imtb will speud at least tea days hate dj.iict 'beir sojourn la ibis cousuy. U;ti i allium! Mierry gu to ihe tliul AGR038 THE SEA. Til iLKTTON N1WS RBCEIVEB WITI RWOfClIK ENGLAND. OtwerMl Itwwth lMtMiK Iti. ri,n la OrtMhUtttn An nxperlmmtsi mi- ften lfctbliiiheM Other IlsrelKri Neit's. Lrrtrro, JTflt. S.TlrB news of the Ametfeflit erection w-ss rWetved with much rejoicing at ShetlMd and Brad ford whete many pwp have been thrown out of work or afe threaten u with that mlsfottnne on aecwflnt of the McKinley tatltT. A tlrsrmtch from Hto Jiaeiro sas that the Drar.llian Government has under consideration the Imposition of a high duty on American kerosene oi The new decree that duties on imports shall be pnhl In gold, amounts to an In crease of 35 percent, on the tariff. The delegates sent by the Wet-h tin plate interests to America to study the situation In Ihe United States as affected by the McKinley tariff have returned home and made a report, which has re Hevetl the anxiety under which the Welsh tin-plate makers had been test ing. They declare that even with the aid afforded by the tariff on the foreign article It will be impossible for Amer ican manufacturers to produce tin plate at n price nnd of a quality which will materially Injure the demand for the Welsh product. The Increased cost to tho consumer after the tariff goes Into effect will, they say, tindouhtedlv cause some falline oft in the amount used, but this decrease must be comparatively small in an article of necessity like tin, tho natural result of increased cost being economy In other less essential commodities. The deposits In America are spoken of as wholly Inadequate. General ltooth of the Salvation Army has lost no time In putting in operation his great enterprise of redeeming the unfortunate masses of England. He has purchased for $20,000 the old bicwery at Rhoredltch, and will fit It up as n house of refuge nnd school of In dustry. Other centres of the work will be established ns speedily as possible In vnrlous parts of London, nnd when tho metropolis Is sulllclontly provided for tho work will bo extended In circles radiating from tho original centre. Tho General's promptness In entering upon tho undertaking has produced a good Impression. Funds havo poured in upon him without any pledge on his Sart as to when they should be used, ut It Is regarded as a wise and honor able policy on his part to cstubllsh nn experimental station whose workings can be observed both by those who havo already contributed and thoso who arc Inclined to do so. The step alto shows the General's confldonco in his iclicmu for any failure of the sample Institution would have tho effect of at once checking tho How of contributions. The General urges all friends of the poor and unfortunate to aid in the work by giving him suggestions which may tend to inaltu the enterprise more uh'hii ami successiui. English naval engineers are congratu lating themselves upon the fact that the Italian Government, after careful tests of the merits of tho Armstrone and Krupp guns, has adopted the former for use In its new batteries. The re sult Is the more gratifying. In view of the fact that Italy's political relations with Germany would naturally Incline her to favor the German manufacturer. otucrtnings being equal. It Is announced that the lately form is 1 Shipping Industries Federation now comprises 100 unions, with a total mem bership of 000,000. It Is also declared, probably by way of warning to the dis affected dockers, that the Federation Is in excellent financial and disciplinary condition; In fact, "spoiling for a fight." Advices from Algiers state that the Sultan of Morocco recently had a narrow escape from assassination by a membcrofbla blaok body guard, who had been subjected to discipline for some trifling offense. The would be assassin was promptly arretted and executed. Captain Mcorc has been sent to Aus tralia by the Ilritlsh war department to assist the Colonies In fortifying Torres Straits and other points against in vasion. NOVEL JEWELRY DESIGNS. lllmrra ami I'IduIdb Tarlatle lu la. Test (ln' Spam Ctiauco Id. From IU JtfUr' H'Mtfy. Ball earrings are again in style. New silver pencil cases are shows dis guised as penknives. A huge walnut shell Iu oxldltfd sli ver Is an ash tray novelty just now. Charming new eein purses of woven silver wire have sliding top. Cuff buttons come with ribbed bor ders surrounding polished eaatres. Circular gold lockets are ia vogue, wtib illamoad eeatras ia stone sattiags. There is a silver pencil ease wade to resoublt; a rlsrulng tou-b reduead ia siie. A novel creation ia iuaea ehaia pea dsMs is a small feather duster ia gold. Colored pearls set siagiy ia each liak add beauty to sa otherwise plain chaia brscelet. Huaches of daisies stead out la bold relief oa adullgohlatatch box of raceat BMaufacture. A chaia of saull daisies batweea two rkxiUa gold baads cow poses a aaw bracelet of aa adadrad styla. Asuoag soma saw d saigas ia btaB:has is a slaca liaa of iHasaoatis swayiag ba twea two upright bars. Delightful, iadeed, is a watch case display ieg raised squares ia giaaa aad red gold in alteraatiag liaas. Aa oddity that caaatot fail of success is a silver boa boa tray rasembliasj ia every detail a daiutly gloved aaad with hollowed palut. Ilair-pias are now appearing with gold backs, tha surface engraved with floral daisies, which ia tura, era aa- nWtikfiani ttistsW InssasFinahaal taaaB2 svniinan navssi aaasssaaasBap aaaNSSsssssas Eccentric tastes are catered to la as oavx and gold aagie aaad. with aary ruby eyas, bearing a broad gria. As a scarf pis it will surety ataka friends Two atoonasoaja baas arranged sHag osaUy la a daw sattssf form the cea U oraawaat for a kaffa edge bracelat. la tha hair pis fU, osa topped by a row of Ive coach pearls susk bW as OJddaxad silver band is a csadidsXe for hosets. A aeck paadast k showa. which sep rsieaU ia silver s strawberry. Though the shape of the fruit Is aot strictly fol lowed the purpose uf the itwdgar It apfiaaaat. "there is a revival of tint faahlns of waarisf iisats for tha hair sad taosa tha beauty aad iichaeas dsapiajtad is sosse it h) fair to pceausM that tsMay seaurtat: tJUjs will ba WfStcosBBsl- Tha pravaiksg taste aaaou to rua ia Ina disacdoa oi saaka hrifmlirfa vlck i ssnr sBBBvsssBsasvsB'B vssvas show two wnnataw with thab bodies istenbcd. thair top batik whWb poiat ia oDpoaba datecttoss, foratiax the bracelet's ceatie. ttrjOUSM J1 xs out. rrD (uuJ irauti- we, a m seaetikt feuujr 1 1 MMbWX'i WOXMlTTK. I it WiU .Uts uu, MU Jutw Uvt-r, Utd gtva i SS.J ilkaUU A COMIC OPERA TRIKK. Mr. Mwlre Fatts'tn ly )alrtws mid th owmnej watm tint Xr.w TrtM, Xov The MHmte Pitniat Cotnrc opera Compiroy, whfe. wwANbt the rmnegement of Locke A Ddtrs, has been playing "P-ntttt" t Hewiii' Theatre for the last sewal weeks, struck last night. They wanted their wtes for lst wtek. Mr. Locke was summowetl by MDgrr W. II. Mofton of the theatre, and tried to perswtrle the compsmf to fn on by promising to pay thern to-day. hrough the si tike commiuee, ewn postd of Mrs Isnha Rrcca, the prima donna, ami Charles S. iMckswn, the players tiectdetl that If they got no pay the Impatient W0 audience would get no play, Miss Palmer herself hml no hand in the remit, as she is not paid a salary, tut receives a share of the earnings of the play. The eloquence of Ma. seer Morton ami Mr. lingers, Minnie Palmer's husband, did not soften the hearts of the obdurate company. Mr. lingers declared that Mr. Dickson has iieen queering the piece, anyhuw, by Inlmduclng gags reflecting on the financial resrmrr es of Sir. Locke. Mr. lit gcrs called Mr. Dickson names, ami Manager Morton had to Interfere to prevent fisticuffs. Manager Morion, who had nothing to do with the payment of the company, went out and told the audience that en account of the Indisposition of one of the members of the company there Yuniilil li nn rutrCntmnnfin ami iditl aiI money would be refunded at the box rfflce. Thereupon, with some llttlo prowling, everybody got up, went to the box office and got back his money, ami went out. It Is improbable that the company will appear to night. Manager Morton sent a dispatch to Buffalo Informing Hermann of the trouble, and asking him to come on and take the company's place. Manager Morton says Mr. Locke will bo sued for not fulfilling his contract. Mr. Locke has bad lots of bard luck lately. He nnd Mrs. Davis are run ning n quintette of attractions. Two of their stars, Emma Juch and M. 11. Curtis, who were to have appeared In VIlllamsburgh this week, couldn't do so on account of Illness. It Is said by theatrical folk Locke & Davis' shows aro losing money, and that the success ful ones don't make enough to cover the deficiency. The Minnie Palmer Opera Company probablv will be dis banded. T. P. O'CONNOR IN NEW YORK. TheDlnllnculolitU lournnllntnml Mem ber or rnrllament Arrlvrn. New Yohk, Nov. C T. P. O'Connor, the sixth of the Irish IIomc-Htile mem bers, was landed hero yesterday with his wife by the City of New York. The ratty Is now complete, and will move at once to Philadelphia, where they are sure their first meeting will be n tri umphant success. The O'Connors are spcclnl favorites with all Ihe South erners who have visited London, where their house has been quite a rendezvous. Mrs. O'Connor was Miss Hesslo Pascal, daughter of Judge Pascal of the Texas Supreme Court. She Is a very clever woman, well known In literary circles here and In Boston. Mr. O'Connor met her while on his first trip here. In 1S80. ou behalf of the Irish cause. They were married three years after In London. As he has al ready made the Western tour, he may be given the Southern circuit that one section of the delegation will make, and his selection will be sure to bring blm a waim reception among the many friends his wlfoand he have secured bv their London hospitality. Mr. O'Connor says. "It is all non tense to say that Ilslfour was received with cheers and enthusiasm In the West of Ireland. While It Is not In their favor to show any incivility to Halfour, the people will not incon venlenco themselves to welcome him. A large meeting was held a few nights ao In London, at which several thou sand pounds were subscribed to relieve the famine and distress In Ireland. This sum was handed to the Irish Parliamentary party to use at their discretion." Mr. O'Connor said further that he is here to work with Messrs. Dillon and O'Brien, and would agree with them in all their plans. On board the shin many of tbe passengers expressed their sympathy for the Irish cause, and Mr. O'Connor received Invitations to visit many ot the large cities of the country. .-i targe numuer or persons auenueu the sale of boxes In the Hoffman House foi the demonstration which will tatce place in the Metropolitan Opera House oa Monday next, at which Messrs. O'Brien, Dillon, Harrington. Sullivan. GUI ami O'Connor will speak. Mtyor Grant liought tbe first box for f 115. Twenty five boxes were sold at prices ranging from $0 to fSO apiece. The distinguished Irishmen will, however, speak In Philadelphia aad Boston before coming to New ork Jt Depend on tli Liver. '1. Ufa worth Uvlag'' (oaubudy aWl, si d tha nwthwts Fspiy was, "That 4pMub ua tbe a'ir." Jleaua aad applaa aw twiaed together. 1( a bub's livw b out o out- r, bis wauls s; steal Is daraaaetl. He susTsm froai tap to to. This is tha tiant to Uke Dr. Itasca's Ftsasaat Fstiets. Thasa e sat-artoM little gtnbMhi ase as rnorb ia advsaae af tne aal-lssaiaaaii, ariiaua, drastic pills as aastrts hgkts are alurn.l uf kk stack ia aale oil. !et Well J'ut ' Jin m Wmtln "Wa gave yoa a gead notice la our aAkaatsT "Oh, did you " Well, dost do it agals. I das't salad your saying our vegetables aw dttiitiasw aad tha at ilk put, but whas yoa add that our butter speaks for itaatf, wa hjant" TU To-Kslaa Wtaes have was s well J ived reputation for purit), iiuJitv j.ud iheapaass. MioaluaUef " s. tap. bin M u. say- ioa Luia Bus. VibllKS Ttmher S. 1 -i'u W4aaaar w.athirsatai nan. Nu iu:J alia A Hartiu Mciiiucr. Fiuuaal Horn kar lam riieklmi 1IMS tiac teautkitratt uurtkackt. Mulurdju. Noicm bers. ts.a a.taak4 to atTgaUBew's rburca. when raqaiaoai max will be ad tut the ratHwa uf tar auul Heist Ues aad (rieads resiieuUiUlr U Ucd to atteaJ. BSSaUUKV- Ou Tuada. 3toaiU;i 4. use, st it uVW'k , m . gia that. MeU ' Teara. i woatba tuul t Jaj. louafast oautfU ter ut Uvhl I tuil Itaunv l- asrsoler. l-'Uiiu-i private, fruui ku late re4fea.c, CLBMLAkD-At tbe teabiuace Ucr auat. Mrs. i v. r hiuta. thfi aiath ana Burthwest. oa Tmwdsy.ltoveBaaar 4. um. i i juo clock fc, .. Lauxa cievelaad aaaateei r of tegarat aad the i ftts i kveiaad. ui the UtB ytax aThar ssv BbftHPlELU - Ob a aasstar a7a3, Xueaaibar S. leeS. at Saat (ia, vutoa oi tae lata Josaoa Ui saed W years. VAIXBY Os Kovessbar L mw. Neil)'- denarted this 1Mb) a bar Mtb Icsx aTsrr abt - us asm at lis; a st . wsbof Juiuiatcwart,ass a aiiae. acujao'j yuntrij services will ba bald 4 1 N uteet uuril.cuU Friday ?ih ui-u v ilui.t. V ui FrUuida al nifiuJ vrhATMta- AllsrilliUi' N.leUjUir 1 UA, H W v ui X. ..iUj w ' l,a 5tiurt. Jtlarri. ar ImUL .shT? ftm ssstat 4 asarVerwrJloael W PBarta sriTMl. SOTICK. OH M Kip) llil.l ErrOROFTAt. TllctA H .r fVilnrnM, II .aKlM.tnH &.z,nZftf"'l : im zT ryrt $ the MtTtit Will fair. n. -.- that the nniteWlt P jmTrtir4 th itn i-at-of aMiWIU it gets" ffrtii. yf m.tftit nne m, isi. SiMill t'p rr(l . mtlir psfBent of WSat tlpofflio fn j:- UTiil nftor the flrf SJof MOfmbf.R IS. OB hVf of SaM Jas l ilnr . vftMwr i iv th other half Jfat 1 i"ii on.onmrhc. th flnt half nf M taiilnr ori-mber. iMn, hll rmt he pM rttiriTit mm month, a pe-iaf? of two (S wrrri t win be drted on the nr.t day of a incptiti month thereafter swttl th ssths In tM. t otherwise pnwewleil with tw law dtrct. ihe law Imposes shite sv-n-ally fot i.n parfkent of settniwj W, etna jar i.jsn.iraetaaM wRhraMsM awmthof Mar. Jt. B davh OMtaetnr efTaxas, B.C. wostt. JP'KFrytOM!WTUt THE SAMBHSRMfOtrXK F.)K OStK-TUKTri TMK COM.. VHKl! AT BllSjiiWn, B. C. enW-Jai A CARD. MR. 401IN RTAX. ctrrren. Invites the dressTiCeatletsen tocsll at KEEN'S, 41 1 Nlath tret, anil pl their onter for a flrstoiats eatawit, oclt-lra FBBT IIEUBVED. Dlt. WIUT8, nnninflniAlDm buuiuiiruisi 141S retina, are.. ntmnltn vn lnl'a TTnt1. T1kbihIs from far awt near vHt Dr. White's rtabUhmnt for relief from ami avoMsnco of corns, bnDloDS, illwaseil nails Ami alt otter foot tronbI. Hour. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Snmlars.B to IS. Office fM, tl per vMt for tinttlnK tbe feet In (rood order. Bstabllthetl, 1W1. iJ3p,THK SAFB DBrosiT AND STOUAOK AMKRIrAN SKCflttlT AND TRt'sr rot PASY. 1110 15th ST.N. V?. Absolutely Fireproof. Now reaily for tho Rtorarenf Furniture, rlanos, Mlverwarc, lleturo, Mirrors, Trunk', CarrtaRM, and all po'tnblo articles. fok Inr. Moving and Hblpplnr by experts. Orders by mall or tclcplmne promptly attended to. Call and onamlnn butldlBK- Ilerdies pass door. Telephone No. 4W. ALDKKT M. T!KD. toW.lml tleneral M insirer. JCTfLAPtKS ' I.A1IIB8;: LADtBHt f7 Mrs. McCkfferr Is the only bat and bonnet frame manufacturer In tbe city. Call and tee her new nbapcn. llleaohlne and rrrf Inc. fctraw and felt tints altered to the latet styles, orders promptly attended to. lOQS (I itreet n. w. Jf-J. WILUAM LEE (Sueeeesor to Henry Lee's Hons), UNDEUTAKEK. JMl'A.AVK.N. W., South Wde. Branch Olnco, 4M tarvlftnd vo. . w. 3srDII. J. ft. 1IBIIKY. I) t 8 . - AwUtant Demonatratnr of the Unl verity of Marsland, hat established at IfllO Fifteenth meet norttiwent, and oollnlu i tr imago, lies, nitrous oxide and a'.l n,"i tliellcn mlmlnlntereil. o-m m K5-WHY :NoT UAVK YOlIIl HIIIKT8 -,:' made by one of tho most celebrated cntters In America f Prices same as tho third-rate cotters charre. 1'. T. UALL, tus p stn w. WANTIttl lltit,!. trANTKD-A OAfADLK WHITKOIRL AS 1 1 chambermiht. Apply with ri-fereuees at aois Maw are. flat A rANTED- OCX)!) WHITE COOK MUST IU7 UIIHKIU. 01, II . B V7ANTKD-OI!IL OKNEUAL Ho- V work; mutt bare reference. Apply IX Citnv. Sst AV ANTED AT ONCE. T1IIIEE UNION tinners. T FLYNN l and II t a w. i 7ANTKD-A GOOD COOK: WHITE. TO iy Hignis Appiy vv khbw. WATKD-A OOOD WHITE WOMAN cook to assist with washing: must have good city referencm, Cml at twT Clwpln t. "7"ANTED-A niKUFOH OBNKKAL HER- r Tl. e, cooking excepted; to sleep out; wages fit; reference required. Call atisos ltitli st. i-St TrANTED-OOOO fOOK. WAMIKK AND ) Iroeerforafamllynf three, must ootoe well refommcnileil. Apply K it n w. Y 7ANTED-A COMPETENT. SMART AND I active white voeaaji to do ffefieral Iumim- work: no washing Address X.,thl otsee. W rATED- A NEAT, RE8PECTABLS gin i or eooniBir aeu geaerai noasewof s; must nave refereace anu sleep la the souse. lis L st se. AV LTANTD-A WHITE GIRL IN SMALL I private lamUv aschamheriBaid or wait ress, must have good references. Apply to tllVUMMW l-C .AA' rANTEB-A WHITE liIRL AS WA1T I rise who uadertaaJs berbuilaess. 1T0S K St. 4 St AV JANTED-A IJOOU COOK, WHITE OR aurm:reiefeaies. AuoiTaeustB w. "VANTKD-A'",MA' OlRLPORflBN- 1) eraltuMisewuik fora faatilyuf . Call bet II a as aad t p let 1KB 13th st a w. 4 St WANT Ktl SITUATIONS. AV fANTED-BVA HBPKCTABLK COLD I usui. as liisti'ass leundfeas. vntmh lag to brier buaoe or to gu oat: am class cliy reftreace glun l.'ll s&b st n w. Ut 'rANTKD- A kKkPatTAHLK COLOKBb girl, a place as waitress or cheaibei leeid: teleteace from last place. VIS TU a w AV rA JiT8B-BY A KIBPEOTABLK COL'D I girl, a situation as waitress or chaihss- said Iu a Srt class (eaUly. isa give rater ece. Cell ureddiess ISIl t st n w tit AAr rAWTlD-SY X RaKfBCrAHLBUM.D siri. a situation to Laik. mh ad inis laallfesily MPllstaw. Sat WAKTBU-SY A HBaPaVTAHUt COl'D 1 1 ifirl, a piaae to do genera! housework. 41 ISV-Si aiSlf AiMrees si w. s-si yi 7 ATBD- BY A COLOSIOUIsUL A PLACE I toaoseaeral housewurk ia a ssmeil lass ill; good refereaeee Appty at S Dl PfaRa. bet, g sad r and trsve sad K AV J AsfTSS- BY A OOUMtSli UIKL. A WT i uatioa to i ook. wash aad iroa ia ssaall fsaiity; to go hoaie aiglUs. lall or aatlsets WIS 11th Mbu. 5 St -yAhTSU-BV KttePSCTABJLK WHtTS 1 1 woasaa. a sitaattua la a ssaall easily to uuua, wsu sjio iron, my reiereaccs givea swiei j- j. m . 5Jt -VfArta-aY two odou WAirstt. 1 sltuaiioas ia a private faauly or bcard iag huasa; good rts. Acktress B. U- W., tats VAJrTSti- BY A BJaSPBCTABLB OOt'D V was. s aUaatiuD as nonar or ia grouerr . Address Stii sad eeasacr sis. BwwanTs gill. A LjasttaT i a WAXTBH-M saISI.I.A X HSVL A KJtW BSalBAslU aUUte, WITH stsaat ptwar. soi aiaeator sanrtcsaad Srt class fcaltowhtp. u. tae POtfr sWtUMhiG. for esat at tew rates to ant class tenant. Apply to STiLaoa' BiTtsihs, u Pu.t Buiiauaa. or PtUKB. suuias, supenu jiVTkA-s yiAriatsV , tats r Aaaatv "stuYir as """irY.irnr ' tsUHlt Kaeauussa- ail tacal tesUs asut aacarlttas aouabt svstst teal. iiwiaant. i I ssassasespisnsssensBssssasssssasnssaMBSBuji1 ' I vtMtatAv. DciblcU SV S. s-rs wa ww- ' ivaeiWS aoSaHhiB. BlS s. " win eg. ?99agSaaBBsaaBslsBaBaBeir 1 , r X- p f f "v 1 a 4V J s r t Noveiubci . jt'h' n a lay" tStyajSjSsltv Ref Pi '- ' . I M- - ' r lea 1 JVTkA-s VaA' Vi FOR BrlT -RtOWl. 1,'tlR RN1 I Knitahle H KNtSHRIl RO)t. unitable for honsekeeptnt, l: or will 1 rwt H hoaTit for s, srwi I st n w. ii w t)R RKRT-HNFrRNtSBBD FRONT I' finotn. t flnnr: nntbarn nositP: suit p hh for doctor's onW or hstalsstfiw wntl man; trice 7. 8iintn. . sit T,s,'R RRNt-l( R ST N W-rTJRtIIRrt I' or nnfnrtilsned room; s1Ms for Ihrht hnnteeplng: board In hons If desired : also on nftce room. 8 8t ITHtR RXRT-Sr R CAP SP-t WfrRT.t JL lornif lieil imni iiwfhis; a, nii bum hath; font htm supriswFS; rsm fit net month I1 rnrntrt fmnf Ms'isliS, 70R FRNT-Two uSFtrit?Birj mw mnntr a Ing mmns rm m Itnnr: treat, gas munnn npr n"irini" sm wa innu. iicsti and bsth; with family of three adnlt ans m n n w. 8-St POR" RRNT-TWRBB I. A ROB TjSJrTR- nHhwt fftvnmwnfoRtfnjt mofn: nliwets Ivate bsth; references ohntii t.n lAh. r?rR RBWT-A MJITR OP THRRR ROOWS .!' on a pleanuit avmatw nortnret, with mHirtt In a nrlvnta family, can be heard of by writing to A. ft J , this offlre vn 7K RBST-FlVR NTCRt.T FURNfSltRD J; trjoras; Rfrht saw hat ; prto S, s, js nd lib. lBHwrc4iyHst a w. sst irOK rlBNT-lINSTN W.BBACTIinTLLT I.' forefshed 3d story Iront mom: bay win (SO ; torge closet: first class table board; also otlisrmnms. t F. OR RKNT-StCBLT FT RNI8I1BD RAtlt narlor henmnm: heat and m: nis netghbothwul. Apply at IfSKSthst n w. 4Jt E 7OR RBNT-ROOMS, FnRNTSHRt) ORC- rBsikl. i..Jbk .mi. 4asa t . m. m .,,ww. piinre 'l ou mug imvw U V, . Ft j'iiii nr i-ri i.isuiwr si? riiunnnn ' ta. SSnkh lMllw. mHI, mm. vSLmm 1 i i. Hit US It sine. rv:-"- ."'"j. "" """ "". 4St WK RBNT-S UNFUKNISHBtl ROOVtS. 4-St mtlltiv. F)It Itrt.NT HUU.SFH. "POH NENT-UNFURNI8HED-ItJSMHn w, Mrs Mis ta ave. IT rs and etable lssrr 31 cm w, 15 r lUbstex., tsrs tsss m st n w, is r ISMIIstnw, lrs 1611 21t n w. 14 r , inst stn w, II rs ,t 1T!Mjtn w, II rs lStl'-tn w, 11 rs 1W (tstnw.ll rs IMRlstn w.ltrs lis Corcoran t, 11 rs I'm Corcoran rt, II rs 140 Mt stn w, 11 rs 14S0 N ot n w. le rs 11(6 14lhtn w.J rs Lafayette Pnnare. It n 1KM MottehtOfl ft, 9 m If44 1tftnw.9rs ST8lM!tie.lrs MS E tn w.8t- 1 NS Cbapln st, n 1'seasthstn w.Trs l)9ith stn w, ttrnnd dwg.... 14(18 Florida are, 8 rs )4 Iststsw.s rs o 1st ft n w. 6 rs The aboTe boues can bo examined mil irom our oatce only, THOMAS J. FtStTBH A CO., 1SSI F st. n. w. irOlt BENT-TWO URAND NEW S1X V room trame hnupes, high and dry loon, Hon: near churches and pnbllo school In Vnlontown. Inquire of A. l)KIIUKNO,4W II t n w. FUR NALE- 1IHCSR1. I roll SALE IN ALEXANDRIA. G-UDOM 12 framo house. Just flnljhlne; nyilrantln yard; lot 18x115; snug home: price, SfflO. Ap ply to llOUBHT J. T1IOMAS, I loom No. 2, 613 lsib st. FOH HALE THREE OF THE CIIEAPBST bouos In Wathtagton, 100,108 and 110 11th st no: two-story and batement, brown stone trimmings; 7 rooms and hath; eteotrle bells and gas: price, II.KW each, IS0O oash balance to snlt or trade for good lots. rilll HAI.I-. AMI ItKNT. TKAL BbTATX I1ULI.ETIN ' THOMAS E. WAtHJAMAN. 91T F street.: Changes nude Wednesdars and Satunlan. S-STOHY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR MALK. filSto ean Aid are aw. b h. 4 rs 318,000 Mt1MFtne.bb.6r,and3W to MOlSthstne.li li.Om, all Ii.060 S16 0sts w. bb,7rs Mno .; and 406 11th its w. bh. ml. 9rs.... S.fino S8S 181 st w, b b. 8 ri J.0U0 567 and SOS Va are and SOS 5th st and t nnlmnroTedlets.se 4 300 SIS to e lsth st and Ky ave, bet S o BTeamt list se I.mo irwtth st ne. bh. S rs s.5m asi to am H st s e. 1 h. S rs inn 4Manl4iS Capitol st s w, f h.Brs.... J.U00 Sift 11th st a e, bh.8 rs .aot IS Myrtle st ne.bb. 7 rs .) Wdandslt I st ae.fh.Srs ..vw l5toll MdaTBS w, bh. Srs . 1UK st ne, t h.S rs IJKU WSlyrtle ttne.bb.7rs l.WO 74. 76. tl and W Myrtle st u e, b b, 7 m.. 1.7S0 iRSJtoSltlstne.bh.trs jm 87 tutlSdstBe,bh,S rs 1.500 Alley bet 6th and 7tb, O aad B sts s e, b. Srs 1.569 SIS 1Mb t se. fh. Srs 1JVS SS4 (1st aw, f h.Srs 1.MW lOSBHCanst, bh.5rs 1J0U 1S48 to l4Kstse.f h. Sreeeeh 1,W 9oealleybetGaB4II,9th and mh sts sw.f b,7rs 1,100 TMlltbstne. f h, 4rs uwo 4l4Ktt se.fb.ftrs 1,000 Alley bet 4 aad tth, II aad I tU s w. 4 rs ooo sisr 17 Burke's alley. fh, 4 rseaeh.... 960 7 Hi peavese, bh. 4 rs M0 4T8Ltse. bb.s r 800 Hear JM K t s w. f b. 1 rs SCO HOUSBS FOR KENT. Perraeatb. MO E Cap st. 7 rs StHOU isre ith t a w, s rs as I'lwer pert Sh list BW.trs 'JO 09 14CS Mil ave b e. S re 17 00 SU and 813 SSI h stn w,4rs IS 04 St list ae. Srs IS 00 Mia Wd ate s w. ft r it so Cbawplsla ave. Bear Columbia, rd, 5 w. WOO 11 Chester Court n w, 4 rs IS GO 1370 D st a w. 4 rs IN STOKBa. OmCBg, BTO. Strand dwg ltW stn v.Un t MratuidwgliatltlhstBW, 11 rs 75 80 Hall, M Boor. ttStSthstaw MSB read dwg SSOKstB w.Sre 85 08 Mr and dwg 4(4 1st st Be. Srs 85 Ofl SOS Jftts St. HKiSBB aad 10 38 00 i and dwg 180 Pel eve s w, 7rs SH iieti law t st s w um stable rear 8s7 K st n w s 00 Stable rear W I8tb st ft 08 LOANS. 1b tsuas ta salt at t per seat. The above ss oaly a nottioa at tbe Dtaaatty ea my beoka. Tor tail list eall at aatee tor bailetlB. iseeed oa tae let aad ttta. T. 8. WAORAMAN. COK SALKSIISOHLLANHOUS. TMM SALE-HOMB. UAYTOH AMD HAS L aaas la good ouaditiua. awaer aoa't want to winter: SB6. Address CRITIC' (X). 4 St COMMIbSIUNKK UF IIBCIM. t. MJXDY, COU'lt OFOEBIM POst ALL States aad Tentsories, its L. sve aaa. ft MOMiV TU LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN OK MJU.L BwTATB OS arst-claas securities at lowastsatas of artsy at a St B W. iVI'lriol- Sfar &1CUIUT,r- MOSiBY. WALL SUMS. TO LOAJt OX SKAL BaTATS SCCUTY. AT t AMB 8 Past CaWT. U- Jt. PASUiaUt. 1418 PU. Tl t ONSY TO LOAN All Ia Bums U aolt Oa Approved BeaJ Estate aaearisy. B. B WABJMS CO.. mri 'St B W SV. SUiJL, UUL BaTATB AMD LOA.B. . JtargalBJ la sllparu of tae ofty. lit aaa ftre InsantBoe. Coruer 8th aad t u . Le Droit Suudtug. KNAB GrscJ U , - J Square PIANO-FORTES. sw Aarui-rtc ty l b. PiDlshml 1Q rr-'gT ! 'sUChSkT DO0UTtV AW rtaxos KMt BMKT PtaauD xl All Prkesv I .JWJ8 IS an no 19SS7 iefi 150 09 US 00 we no woo twoo ..-::: g 5?J1 7SW rtoo woo moo I."..'.'.'.'." won 45ft) 4100 40ft) 4D OM m Km W ison .. 15 00 by per- Wm.Kkabb& Co., 17 adarkat Space WSHIIGIOR eUSIKfSS OliUCTOBY film. KfVKM.. ,tn 4TS 7th t. ft. W. FREDA xtiutior vtnthn. FRA5lI.SMlI.LBR,S(rv: iJhtt.n . MtANAHAN. RRlfl.Y CO., tail Fa. av.; also I.-8Sd t. n W. R. W Mronjt is t Tlh ft. t4 o Ttifii.i.B, insiriht a.w. t.vrrttr r. t-titxtt. A fIMJItJlA,ST81tfcSl. mintvwi mm, cor. nil m Km. rVIJfft hi: thKn. F.nw ni 9. sctotrnT, sit itth st. . . st;ri ?.. PAfMT RRRWIW4 Cn . 7(rW Worth C st. BBRQRKR ft BNWBL BRBW UI ,Va. av ft Sth AsSPBfRRRt)!K?n RRRW. AS', Del. and a. ave truus Bi8TRRRmi Sih and t. sts. .., JT. . S. C. PA LSljU SIS-SID ft. s w TBR NATiaRAL r.RRWIsm CO.,.1IS!i. W. r rit rs. It. B. RIRBWmoD. Hr)r.t n. W niJtPBgBY9.4nntl.ff n W. CARVrtjfWcn,4!7Hth! n W. W)J troCTBA fi. Ml R. T. avsj. j. H RCWBLI,. 11S5 K t n.w. LRW RJIW Jld Y BR. -nh and Pa. afa. B. tf. DRIYER, es Pa. ave. . HAERTT, 1S8S Pa ave. M.iKKHS. K HtKIDRR, 4W t ft n. w. urri.KtA. TRR ABHROTOW ROT. CO.. tTth aw4 K B.w. H.t K HH.V A .V r l.V ri:r TIOXHHft. .. H. RBtMStliR imsimbst n. w. JOHN &TBINLR, MKI . Op st. nvTTKH. rm:t:si: .i.vi tstiit.i. TAS. r. OY9TBH, Pa. are and Hh st. ittrr iit.its. A. I.OKFFI.KR, S40-40 Centre: 811 N. Uoerty, and 780 O Street Market. 7IIOB. T KBANR to 51 Centre Market. J. 11. tlTJfCIlRR.BSStoSIl Centre Market. BDW. 1IROOKB, 881 88 Centre Market. OTTO C HIPPBHT, 91 98 Centre Markst, A.J H1LST. 587 B Centre Market. it ir to j. i:x. OKO. 8. ATWATKR A CO . H84 188 Pa. are. ntioT.s, snois.s .ixinirmtiitt.s. .1. II MOHAN. 4S4 9th St. A L. IIATLBTON. s;ihst M. STRICKLAND. 989 Pa. are. GEO. U . RICH. 717 . Market Stmea, HOW BI L A Ml RRAY. enotthit. h. W. JOHN C V 1LI.ES, 1r . 918 Jth St. a. w. L. IltlLBrtCNS. 4if7th St. n w. .1 IIOOL, One Price l-hoe House. 7887th St. NATIONAL IltrTKL KBOB 8TOHB, MM Pa.aV. II. WAI.KKKTt'CKBH. 1988 Pa. av. JOf A. KKPRTTI. 317 Pa. ate. a. e. M. OHEBNHAVM.3131Mst. II. t Mil: IIS. niOGS .1 CO., Pa. are and lfth st. LEWIS, IOIINSON Jt r) 10th and Pa. aw. COHM1N MACARTNEY. 1119 Fst. HATB.MAN A IX) , I til F ft. n. w. W M. MAYNE A CO. ,518 0th St. CODS A CO.. 1168 Ft. n. w. LEWIS t) T BWKSI1CRY A CO . 1885 F. n txn.i. CENTRAL NAT. HANK, cor. 7th st. ami Pa, are. CITIZENS' NAT HANK, 815 lath t. NAT.METfOI'OLITANIIANK.tntMhst. HBCONII NATIONAI,rxs)7thft. n. W. COl UMIIIA NATIONAL 911 F st. B. w. NAT. HANK REPUBLIC, 7th and D sts. FARMER)' A MBCH.'SNAT.,oor.MaBd8lt. imnh.si:i.i.i its ia at.iti.v;;m WM. BALLANTYNK A WINS, 48 7th St. A. K Ull.I.tAM.1. 581817th St. n w. W. II. MORRISON. 1384 Fst. CHAPMAN A TAtiOH. 018 Pa. are- nw. . r.uii'i:.Ti:it i. 111 u.in:n. ALKX. MILLER. 1J1S Ohio ave. .tl. I lull M.I UIXK.t .IXU HM.V- ii i:s. TO KALON WINK CO . Sit I lib st. cuusi:t vimntwTon, M.C.WHBLAN.10C,1Pt. cit7:;k. F. PRBHNI), TOSSth st. n. w. V. J. WKYMAH. lSSHlllh st CLOriffl.'K.X. i;,llTP,KJ?.,'EH- "f W.T b wjr.M.av. M. KAUFMAN, center Mh and I sts. se. I. IlAilM'UdKH A MINN SIM Pa ave. N EW f Oh K ONE TRICE CLOTIHNQ IIOUSB, 811 7th St. B. w. GOLDBN BAOLE CLOTHING CO., Sit Pa. W NORDLlNaER.81tf7 M st. n, w. C.I,I..S. ANDRRW J. JOYCE'S SONS. Wareroeaw, . MBS-80 Cobb, ave.; Factory. 418-M nth BW. W.P.OEYEK.4S8Pa are. Alio karaess. llORKB AND CAHRIAOEHAZ.R,9V4La. McDBR-MOTT A BHO-, SIS Ia. ave. B. W? S. J. MKEKM. No 881 6 st B w. WILLIAM WALTER'S SON. 14th aad Osta B w ctxri:crioi:its .i.vtr.tri;'. J. PUS6ELL. 1445 N. Y. ave. T. JAKVIS. 4!Sthst. II1NKE A HClll). ftlODtb.t. CHAS P.FLBICHMANN.UIOPa.ave. f.U'f.'.s. TEMrLE HOTEL, 9tb st , oti. V S. Pat. OsBoe. TUB NBW BIANllcAA.. 5tS9th atr ELKS' DINING ROOMS, 980 pa. ave. c oa rrsc TIOXKKS. IIUYLEH', IMS Pa ave. PIBI.DINO ACa,t57Pa ave. HILL'S. ItSSPst. hilfKIZ A).. 1 or 10th aast Pste. x. w. KRBNAllANAC0..4WTtTst.B.W f. NEW TOK. ir8S-4t Pa ave. B. w. EMillQrTS, 418 71b t. B w. A. OOTEKUNST. 1881 ttth St. a. w. cttxrisc tiiki:k- u ii 01,11.1.1 a h. M BKILU4r7S1hst. Jl. H. B. DkLHHIN, 511 Itth st. lH.-fOH.lTUH. IIENBYF REH.SSUmhBW. 11 S " w -- liKV UUOIIS. John h. auooT. sit4 u t. W. M . kUl STBK A XJNS, 918 Pa ava, LANaBl BliH A HMO . S to tf Tta St B. W. tBATON PBKRY Pb are aasfSttrsT THUS J. LCTTeELL. IMS Pa. SVe! JOHMsON jt LPTTBBLL,n3 Market Ibm T. BBIMUBLT, :u TtlTat B.vVCStat S o'clock J PialiBX. 1S8O Pa. ve. GEO. V H ABWX. 119 P ve. s. e. S.D Bl'BCH PO. isserthst aw STBUN'S DBY t.O Ds BUUSt. 8044 It g. W. W D tlABKtro. Sit MartsTitaaa. GEO. COM B, ll 14lh St. a. w7 " "" CftAIt. 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VBRNON HOTEL. H Pb. are n w. JWRLi'iDBm'rsand M i. JtMrrr norsE, opprxire b a o fsspnt. jfoi'ir-ff nxisMtxH noons. THB FAIR, f e cor rth and H s a n. w JlAHXtss AXIt 1IOMSM ftOOilV. l.tTE A RRO , 197 Pa ava. HAMIttlAHIl. RARPBJt A ROCK, 11th aad lists. P. P. JIAT A CO.. SIN Pa. ay. IHA8 T. CARTRR A Cp..iW PB. fft. JA8. B. LAM BIB. 1418 N. f . tva. W. WAONBR. 9D7I Pa. are. F. A.SCHNRtDBFt. Pan ire awt lsth st a w ici: uo.urAxins. THANSPARBNT KB CT).. S88T V4w l QHBAT FALLS ICB CO.," I fBira.a Tele- tn nhfvMosre UBrsISDENT ICB CO Pa. ar. ami 1tht r 1; 11 is.Ktt.v. HARBIS A SHAFBR. 1118 P. ava, MOORE A IBDINO.lrMP. ave. A. I.. 9ALTF.STFIN, fr , 8087th St. W.S. TAPPAN, 804 9th St. W. MKUNINGBR, 948 Pa. aw. J it. a LB nr?, 1 m nth st. J. 8 BLACKFORD. 8188 M st B. W. T. THOMPSON, 8148 M ft a. W. t.t Mil 111! IWAl.tlMS. M. J. Mct.BAN. 18th amt B sis. B. W. t.t M It. S2;;f- JOHNMTIX, lost (Mh St. a w. CAMMACK A DBCKRH. gsth. Bear K ft. t.AMV.S MUDDIMAN. C. A.. 814 Itth at. B. w I.AVXIHtt. 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HUTCHINSON, vn Pb. ava. miin)k biiu nsua.i,b u TUB IK)N MAHcitR. j7thrt. Aini. V. RMKICll.SllSMSt. B. W. A. M. HtHEI., 3lIMst. w. nit.nAKr Axn sucivrr noons U. N. MKYKH. W3 7tbst. OI'IICIA.VS FRANKLIN A CO.. we Pa. ava. II. II. I)EMPLBK.tfiSPa ave. J. It. HKAMHALL. 807 1 Wh St. B. W. ftH.AMt II tri!H AtUtXCY. JOHN KKY WORTH. 8thBBt Date. i-ii: iiaki:ms. THE BIO FOUR. 1877 31 Md ava. 1'JAXttS. OHUAXS AM) Ml'ilt BDW. P. DNOOp, MS Pa. are, JOHN P. BLU8.98JPa.ave. H UOO WOICR A CO 9St TtJt st, P. (I. SMITH, t Pa ave. a. w. jMfjrtiMA'ri.vrtA. GEO. WILLNER. 188 9th at. W.H. nPEIJiltOl'SK. ISBHTthst. . w. JOHN 8. P CBBBN. 4819th t. A.M. TUBMAN. 1701 Pa ate IM I'lSK. C G.BTOTTAtt) .IWRhst, E . MOBB ISON , w Mr 1) tt. a. w. Hi: IX, t'.STATU. W. H. BALNDBsut A O . IV F H . , w StcLACrlUN A BAT4'UBUU.tttkAGB w. GPM.B- A STEVENS. lSatf sTa. . alsu securities r BAM la Bl m'. tssi F at a. w. bWCKMBTSLT A BRADLEY', ff Pst. a MfMACHAXTS. WM. HBLMUa-. 414 7th st a. w. 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