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THi: DAILY CRITIC, ftATlTIUAY EVENING, MV1 I.MKKK 8, 1FW).
0 STAGE GOSSIP MATTERS OF ISTERISTTfl WSH mRTOJt THUATRMOBW. ATTRITIONS liUE&FOtlllXtlllK. fWcUr,4 U Clmr Will Lotu, Mill MPT M9Aw F.TMT WSMSSWT. The Bin tftA Ike Brsj" Pbfttteil n.1 Yterille-EMMla JtMa dmitf. ln(trl in Mils BUttl SprseTw's ApptrtM. The Uooth awl Barrett performances at Atbatigh's New Lyceum Theatre In Jkltlmore have been highly sttccBssftit iliitlng tho past week, ami the continu ance of the engagement next week In sures tho theatre going public of thW city a rare treat. To night will be the second of the Washington nights anil "Hamlet" will be presented. The special train will leave the Baltimore and Potomac depot at 0 10 p. in. sharp, and will return immediately after the performance Seats may be obtained up to 5 o'clock thl9 afternoon at Sutler's book store, 080 Fifteenth street. A large and distinguished party of Wash Ingtonians will witness to-night's per formance Next week, the second of the engage ment, Monday, Wednesday and Friday will bo special Washington nights. On the first named night "Julius Ciciar" will be presented with Mr. Uooth as lirutut and Mr. Barrett as Catmint. Wednesday "Macbeth" will be the at traction, with Mr. Uooth In tho title role and Mr. IJarrett as Maednff. On the last night of tho engagement as far as Washington Is concerned, Mr. Uooth will appear as 7ajw In "Othello," while Mr. Ilarrctl will enact tho role of the jealous Moor. The successful engagement of the Conrlcd Comic Opera Company will be brought to a close this evening. On this occasion tho boautlful romantic oncra from the pen of famous Waltz King Strauss will be presented. Special Interest will bo added to this perform nnco by the appearance of Ml Hettlna 1'adclford as &$, tho gypsy girl. Wc arc to havo Richard Manslleld at Albaueu's Grand Opera House on Mon day night, and much Interest Is being manifested In tho event, "Beau Brum mil" has made a genuine, honest sue cess In New York, and for six months the Madison Square Theatre has been crowded with large, money-paying ttudlence. The success of the play In tho metrop olis seems to bu reflected to a largo degree In the furore it has croatod nmong lasblonabloa in regard to matters of dress, manners, toilet, perfumes, etc , ml lib., and the energy with which enterprising tradesmen have applied to the talented young ac tor for permission to use the euphonious name of his play in connection with their wares. Hut these are merely extrane ous ctrcumstancos wh Ich Indicate a relative degree of public success. As for thuplay Itself, the praise which has been bestowed upon it as a dra matic literary effort Is said to bo well deserved. It is a pure comedy of the manners of the period, and therefore Is good for representation In any age. As (he name Indicates, it represents the fashionable life during the period of Georgo the Fourth, and deals with the incidents in the life of the famous fop from the lime when be was in the zenith of bis power and in the compan ionship of tho Printe, until his poverty and wretchedness In the little attic at Caen. The dialogue Is said to be bright, ept gramuiatlc and full of tho many clever sayings which history has attributed to Iltau, The part of Itiau Vrummti is said to fit Mr, Mansfield to perfection, and all accounts agree that, even In his gallery of character creations be has given us no embodiment more symmet rical in form or more elaborate in de tall. A leading critic, in referring to it, declares It to be "poetical ;a feellne, perfect in poise, exception" iy graceful and wholly original." Th opportuni ties for fine dressing ar great, ami Mr. Mansfield's dressing in the partis said to be not only unique, but a study n the art of costuming. The story of the play is as follows In the first act BrummtU U sUaply the Due KeatleBuui, who teats tltat kit has caught a cold front steading uaaBle some moist pencil awt ig off ami ad by the too robust fragiaaee of the notes of his many fair correspond was. At tkjm stage he has begun to see the iuceetty of uktoir iouie dethlttl atop to mmd Ufa fortunes and appear the importunate ireduors witoee laipudwue has nlUterto only auuued aim. lie assents to tke suggestion of Us valet titnt h should many an heiress as the milieu mmmu. ax. d IbsUulU his faithful MtrUuur to make his popogl fur the html of Murium Vincent, daughter of a wealthy iitv wan Here to Introduced an Intrigue, in vliiUt Mr. Muratiu Ht Align, a Ky uuag widow, who to vety fond of ' --?' It thg - -tularin t the amooU How of tha Jiuu't urtdrittMM This is ..viiuooie by briatg tht tiix WaBOW md ike Yin. s ,fW3& togtSher. But buugb the hcic to the throat falls .uiiln lohfexiti&ru sue cannot heir M.K her former admirer paying attuu i ii to the coart uiuchuu's dnuhtcr. ,i,l litr jealousy prompts her to use her u: ilucc with the Pruux to wlrange i i f 'out UruMuttli. Here to brought i, in famous scene oa the Mali wfien iLv j'i it-., having cut JSruunmU. ad . jtg shcndun, who iKAim pan toil tho inter the Jmu turned to hi' nm psnlon and asked la a lond voice "WlK)' your 1 it Mrrnt"" The fttws that th Prinii. h 'li csrdrrl hts fnrrwr fstottte qnteMy prad, and ftrvmmtll Is beset by credit or, now reinforced by bailiff. To add to bis m'sfortnnf-s be learns that Ms fs vorltp nepheir Is !n lore wftn jfitriitnn, and that she reciprocate the young mill's affection, tbnitgh nut of ol'y aftd tbrotrgb mIrandfnraTidIng with h lrt, srIMng out of the Interception of bf rttf, sb H wllllna: to mstry RrvwimtU. In this enmpTtcatfoit tftti" mm rors bis ftttnm wrrnw b hut crown to retard wftb real affection, ami Is tsksn Into enstndy by th bitHlffs. The m thn changM to Calais where Hrvmrntll Is finally discovered by Ms ffrms-t mtnl frtMrd. now Wng, aftw suffertnc all binds of ptlvstlons, ami tbe Inference is that, contr wy M hhtory, he I f nln taken Into the favor of tbe Cfrt. The play will be presented with a'1 tbe renety and accessories that marked the Ifew York production. Mr. Mans fKM will be supported by his regular .Kcw York stork company, whlc. as ran be tesdlly seen by the following names, Is exceptionally strong: Mr. T). II. Harklns. Mr. W. J. Ferrteon, Mr. Vincent Sternroyd, Mr. W. II. Cromp Ion, and Miss Beatrice Cameron, Miss Adeta Mason, Mrs. Undone, Miss Helen Olldden and Miss Ktbel Sprague. On Saturday night a great double Wll will lie presented Leslria" ami "Dr. .Tikyll and Mr. Hyde." The former Is by Mr. Richard Davey of London. Miss Cameron made a pronounced hit In It on the occasion of Its first per formance In New York a few weeksago. "Lesbln" is a classical romtiintUx In one act. It portrays a scene In the life of I.etbui said to have been one of the most beautiful women of ber time In ancient Home. The scene depicts her lover, Calullvf, a celebrated but poor poet, about leaving her to marry n rich old widow. During their last Interview Lttbia exerts nil her arts, taunts him with n picture of their former happiness, and by a well-ployed scene of assumed grief for a sparrow given to her by CaMlH, chains him to her side, while tho widow, tired of waiting, marries a rich old man, and tho otirtaln falls on the reconciliation of tho two lovers. Tho scene painted by Lavarlna Tancrcdl takes place In tho Interior of LetMa'i villa, In Homo. "Lesbla" will be presented with an excellent cast. The Incidental music consists of many charming and Impressive numbers written by Mr. Ilobert Myers of tho Lvceum Theatre. London. The announcement that Lolta will commence a week's engagement at the National on Monday night will bo balled with delight by tho numerous friends and admirers of this little queen of comedy. There Is only one LotU, and though she has many Imitators la her special line of characters she stands without a rival. All of her impersona tions are marked for an originality, vivacity, and withal an artistic percep tion that stamps her performances with an individuality as distinct as those of Uooth or Jefferson. This charming lit tle lady has the rare faculty of excltlig the warmth of regard through her ar tistic efforts, and few actresses could be assured of as hearty a welcome as she will receive on her appearance next Monday night. Tbe plays for tbe week are varied enough to suit tbe most ex acting theatre-goer. The engagement will open with Mars den's comedy,"Mustte.'' Tuasdayand Wednesday nights and the matinee Saturday (which will be tbe only mati nee given during the week) will ha de voted to a triple bill, an operetta In one set entitled "Spoiling the Urotb," a comedy In one act, "A Faint Heart," and Uuckstooe'a comedy, "Nan, the Good for Nothing." LotU will appear In all three plays As FUurlU in "Spoiling the moth" and Rata. Vm tUr LimUn in "A Palat Heart" LotU will be seen in two characters new to Wash ington theatre-goers. Of ber perform ance of Kan nothing new can 1m said. It Is acknowledged that Lotto has made the character of JVn her own. Thuiiday.Frlday and Saturday nights Lotta's new play will he seen ket e for the lirsttiBM. "Inn" to a musical comedy, an anged for Lolta from the Preach. In the title ruli she has a character that suits ber admirably. She appears in Ave different characters, giving hei an excellent opportunity for the dupiayhsg of her wonderful versatility. Another pleasant feature of Lotta's engagement is that she has In her supporting com pany a number of Washington favor ites. Waller Alien. Will S Htoing, Harry Brown. George II. BtodetteK. Lionel Bland. Frank RoUejton. Mnfedln Baker, Helen Dayne and ,1 delaine Col ton are names that ate well and favor ably known bete. The special netiotwsBce which Mr. Rfekud Mnaeieid to to give at -il-baugk's Oread Opeta House nest Wed nesday aftornoen will be a unique and notable svetU. decidedly fwww sy ial in its aspect than themrhml it will he a matinee d'iaviteUon of "Prince Kari." given by Mr. Mwumdd to Mrs. Prank B. Loting. who to as old w& valued friend of the gifted ctot. All the dto tSjptfuigJkufel pAooitf In WnfrlnxUui. in eluding the President tsnd Mm- Hr risen, Vice Pseaident Morton and Mrs. Morton, Sir Julian and Lady Paunce fote, the Cabinet Ministers, the Foteign Ministers and Legations, in fnct, every body of social and oJNcttl note in tie Capital has been invited. Mrs. Luring has talus tbe entice orchestra of the house, and the iemi lug heats will be dtoposed of to the pub lu The matin to to be very exciu ?n?, and will be a social affair of the ujvt brUlinnt description Mr. Mans titkl ui addition to hu presentation of - Prince Karl,'' nns prouused to inuo duiektoibamtogdrsviug roomae.efa.-h The cut of the play will be the strong it u has vr bad Mta Bcit'rke Ctuuciuo is til play Firtiu Mias M tor Ain't, Mrs. Brut t , v Diplitt lAiittU, and Mr. W. ,T 1 , r im, t'ore i Prrrrm Tbe occneton -mii te an ex reptfonal and speelsl one Mr Man firi.l, wbn rarely nppear nt mid wee rnntinees, tanes ine nouc nn.i manasjes it entirely ccntrr1i to bt ,. n wishes, . Tneebarm of tbe military lum I something tlwrt never fatten. np of tbe meet sncwefsfnl of tbrs class of pre rlnctrone bt been "Tne Bine snd tbe Gray," m prewnterl by fbnjweii knon firm of nniiieMeflt entweTn, Shook fc Crtner, wWeb will he tfttn t HarrrU next week. Tbe story tkt It tells Is full of exciting campttettrons. It Is m follows: Mark Slanieg. a Northern soMfer. falls In km with a Southern titl named Thrth leyton. dmlng tbe eerly portion of tbe war trMMi Abbest thaTHaU Hr. i a TnAiTort. They separated to meet again at her home, where he captured her father, a Confederate colonel. The colonel Is sentenced to be shot as a spy. but his escape Is effected by the villains of the play, who almost succeed in fastening the responsibility for bU release on Mark Stanley and so disgracing him. He Is vindicated however through the heroism of Ittilli. A battle scene is Introduced. Mark is wounded and left penniless, but lluth enables a happy denouement to be reached by falling heir to a fortune which she shares with Mark as her husband. The grand opera season will be In augurated Monday evening, the 17th instant, nt the New National Theatre, by the Kmma Juoli Company, which Is unquestionably tbe largest and strongest grand English opera company In this country, If not In tho world, This organlration numbers ISO people, carry thotr own grand orchestra and largo chorus, and have n remarkably strong list of principal singers. They trnvol In their own special train, con sisting of four baggage and scenery cars, thrco Pullman palace cars, one private car, and a hotel car. They carry with them tho entire plant for merly the property of the National American Opera Company, to which has been added new scenery, costumes, armor, electrical and mechanical effects costing over $30,000, making this the largest and most expensive grand opera plant In existence, as the portion of It foinurly owned by the National Amer ican Opera Company syndicate orig inally cost ovir a quarter of a million dollars. Tho rtptrtoire selected for this en gagement will Include "Tho Hugue nots." "Itlgoletto." Lohengrin," "William Tell," "The Flying Dutch man," "Faust," and "The IJohemlan Girl." The prices of seats will range from i'i to SO cents, according to loca tion, and due notice will be given of where the advance sale will be held. Miss Kmma Juch Is remarkably popular in this city, she belner a great social favorite, and while here last year was entertained by many of our leading society ladles. George Dixon, the colored champion bantam-weight of tbe world, will ap pear nt Kernan's Theatre next week in conjunction with the American 4 Combination, making a grand double attraction. He will give a series of superb scientific exhibitions and meet all comers. Ills record gives ample as surance of his skill and power. Johnnie Murphy, the protege of Jake Kllraln, could not withstand his blows, and went homo worsted. Nunc Wallace lost the championship of England when he en tered the ring against this invincible sable champion. Many others are afraid to face him. In addition to this athletic celebrity there is a grand corps of sup.'ri r specialty artists. Miss iiessle Hubert, whose well-known features we re produce base, to acknowledged the most Mcomnltohed lady cornet solo tot in the world and plays the most liimeult cbiknl selewions as easily ) ana stsiutuiiy as sue plays use latest popular airs. She has challenged the world for $10,000. The American Four iPcilingill. dale, Welsh and De Forrest) fully sustain their reputation as fun makers in an entirely new and soaring act. W. T. Bryant and hand some Lizzie Richmond have made a great bit in their new and aiuusitt sketch. Baggasen, the only contortionist who performs In full drew, and wko to better known as ihe human corkscrew, will in Uoduce a number of hto most marvel oue feats. George Murphy to the funskot Dutch cnwredlaa and a most clever and versatile artist. Lottie Gilaon has scored a success in topical jgay k ai nbyf toiff) songstress has ever experienced. The three Stefnno Brothers, from the Folic Bergeuv are cnWulnled to prove a genuine sensation Ward and Lynch portray original Irish character with artistic ease and reine ment, while pretty Flora. Cheater exe cutes new skirt dances faultlessly. The cteneset innine entortslnmsret of the scneon w Ul be intreimiii by Professor Burk, whose ightiag dogs are truly wommtf ul. LajUtts' mtinjass Tuesday, Thursday and ftntuedsy. Xo ram her 17. BetBy and Wood's New Classic YaudVvlBs! Show. Mian thei Sungmr't sjanenrajnee with Mr. MutieM's rnsjtny will he very kteteajmg event to tMmvy peopiiSa ., Unuin, BfiMen& Dews have, through Mr. K. L. Hrttaon. I'lMnrjMf1 a ded by which new theatre, to cost floU.Otn). to to be erected in Loutovilk. Ky , opposite where the one Uuy h been occupying Hand. Tue building they bate ktiured U readily adaptutbic to theatrical pur potts uiJ a. viry baud rr- omc temple of arrii'i nt will be the result. ew Btirmmt-n" h in work of a yonng Bostonian, Clyde FItcb. wM to be only 21 years of are. Mr. ntrsrteM'i stlnt of tbe famous fop nf tbe Qeorgt era ft declared by New Yorkers fo we one of the not etsrjorate and highly prdftbed cbarsrterlratlon on tbe e. Tbry bare been fiorktnt to see ft In fW nasi six months, even when thy thet m meter was In the nineties. Tbe An glo maniacs thought tbe Pr! m Wales ww Albert JSdward inntewdof MrerMMTs "Fni Frrenrl," who w if ttrward George Ponrth. Yrmnf. Sir. Fltrb's rday hieaM to be nn exceedingly clfter and brll1h.nt prece of work, modeled npnn the style of Sheridan, wbo, hv the way, Is owe of the charac ter In the plae, and thiw draws a men isl compntlson with bis own brilliant comedies. The victor of twenty eight battles and but 20 years oM, George Dixon, tbe colored champion bantam-weight, first rut up bis guard at the age ot IS. Tbe record he hue made in fonr years Is phenomenal, and Include many proud victories, as well as the defeat of Mc Carthy, In TO rounds. In the tight for the championship of the United States, ami the defeat of Nunc Wallace last Jnnc.wfaen the latter lost the champion ship of Kn eland in 13 rounds. Dixon only weighs 112 pounds and will accom modate anybody ten pounds heavier, lie Is s native of Nova Scotia, as plucky a little man as ever stepped Into the tine ami will prove a great card at Kernan's next week. - Matle Lofttts, who receives the highest salary ever paid a vaudeville artist, ami whose songs have proved as popular in America as they were in Europe, Is the card of llellly and Wood's New Classic Vaudeville Show which will appear at Kernan's, Novcm tier 17. Miss Loftus le original and handsome, wears the richest and most costly costumes, and has scored n suc cess everywhere. Her diamonds are valued at $2fi,000. Among her happiest songs Is "Then You Wink Ihe Other Eye." Miss Beatrice Cameron, who Is pleasantly rccolhcted In Washington for her artistic performance of iN'oni In "The Doll's Homo" last winter, has made n pronounced hit In the little classical comedietta "Lesbla." Mrs. Kendall, who saw the first performance of tho play In New York, watmly com plimented tho young actress, and after ward said of her In an interview pub lished in the Hoston llerahl: "Miss Cameron has one sreat quality, which no years of experience can give Im pulse. I should like to see her as Galatea." STOKLVALL JACKSON'S DEATU. lie xl'ioinl Uirfir tlio Itlvrnmil ltxteil Umlrr the hlmclm of tlia Trrrn." Ilistoiians always stop to describe the dying of Wolfo and Montcalm, the two opposing commanders In the battle of Quebec. Hut their deaths were simply heroic compared wlih tbe Christian death of Stonewall Jackson, says the 1 hllsdclpbla Vrtt. About 1 30 on the day of his death he wsstold that ho had about two hours to live and he answered feebly but firmly: "Very good: It Is all right." A tew moments before he died he cried out in his delirium: "Order A. P. Hill to prepare for action. Pass the Infantry to the front rapidly. Tell Major Hawks" . then stopped, leav ing the sentence unfinished. Presently a smile of Ineffable sweet ness spread Itself over hts pale face, and then he said quietly and with an expression of reliefs "Let us cross over the river and rent under the shade of tbe trees." And then, without pain or the least stuiggle, bis spirit passed. A l'otltlve Uuuruntee or Cure U lMUd with Dr. Pierce's tioldftn Msdleal Discovery. wbti taVtm for ebrjnle catarrh In tbe hea1, or for cliroiilc bronchial throat or iBBg tifawaM, If tasen In tine awl given a fair trial. Jlmuy rrtwrmd if t don't tut. A Little llaaty. From llarfur'i Jhuar. He I went to my sister's woodtn wedding yesterday. She Why, I thought she was only just married. He Yes. She married a bloekheadl Tlie Gamo of Life, ytom tU OUm Awt. EsMitoee t Looey and eake te a few, livt Uh tt uf u Uf Is a teutlK And re wWk the game we are MuUy tbraugb, Though do eur keen best to be brought Into view, We and we are lost In the shuttle. For Malaria, Liver Trou ble, or Indigestion, use BROWN'S IRON BITTERS itlarrieo. BKOHN-BELT-Byth Rv A K. urt. at lLrit I Lurtli, Georgetown. D CTber day, Kcvembcr S ISM. WlUUaa TIumsm brews to Aliu Grafton Belt grsmtiUurtter i(1kebvtpr Urattoa Tyler. SHKE E- HOLZAPPBL Oa Nurcssbert, IbSv, br tucltov Hr HocwrbowMc, S'jou1 U. AiTi o( this city to Mar? StolupM uf t inweastl. Ohio, at the riiliu. uf lUa not her of the iitoom. JUKTXV -On rrhtarmoroJM, Kovesaber 7. fSe. at u'uluct, t enln Wassmona. wile ot JoMph B Btraa. la her Stat year. Inaerai nmrK4 Monday, Kuvisssir 10 at U o'ekxk a. a at the Church of the KsSphaay nelativ m sad friend are writed InjeatMil8.-On Moveether ?. laU. at SS p. m . U rNkaraiseer. beloved hmbanri of H. A ratralneer, aneaSi un and S month M, ChMTAL.-On PrkUr. Xeeemher 7.UM. at i u ui.il tha reatdeace cat her dauehtoi nr K.C Lai is, i u mm awuwpi w ot John aUCriatal aged '. France si . l loan. Funeral 1 3 p at ttuaday. notaaubat Fi'feaato iBvltud. CAUBnj.L.-OB Kovambw , taS0.il T faasnserti, sgan m year. lBJUWTXJf.-A.t her late uatldeeae. U Tnn sssms nortnwant, nranar aaeraamc, no- yuaeral urtTat. UltnOsK.-Oe Motastbw t. UBS. at a.f p w., afters Io and paUluJ UUiea. Mary Catherine (altoon. betorai wife uf Jams 6Xion. JutraJlll tafcetlaee from bur late resi dence. IMS blntb atrcet toiitheast. at S oViui-k. edar sveniag. and then prowad to Iudiiulvut M. BTlfiui. Bewenth .atraei iatiet lBuramsi at t unfteaakanai Ouo jtsrv- MiCAl LY -On fridnjr nornaan. novaui bit 7. lean. Caruliiw taele. aead year. ' muBiba and t ilaya. yuunasat daubli ut ld j:d and ytam-c MuCanlaf . FAlMBit i Friday, ttoveaabar r. 1J, it 7 a . Mary, beloved wtU of CbarU L, falser, tn the SftUi sear of her age. Funetai Mutdar at Id. . fiosshttrUu tatiSenn). U C atraat aniithaaat ITriautb and iJatiT tsieeat4 to sMtM. MUXUS -On Thiuadnv etumdnx. v tan bar s. lew ntrion lapUhssan, ajted year and t utonth. TfAT-Fca aaleeo In Jeaasltowm hart. laet. at US u D.. at bee late cbmLLi SMSLatreut ourtbwtrt . KSsabeth . Wl "t Kdtaard . Wewaj t and avter of Mi. Duii X,yneh "Tunatttl tcv.m xineHenth atreet Bpiw thnjieh bMMUjr. wofesaher aj Jmli p m fWHhiHf.t.1.. oi- th Tout " wi wnx r ond baud (..uihliiii Addraas or . at JlbTS'b OLD 8TAMO. US Bst. B FASS AND FAHC1E3. S1M rtti s it tm t war. Ft"m ir-t u iltrt' Cfrmfar. Turn. fan, ft. ' And tbnt tby sfcull be a umrruiy M pnstMc tby ar mado of rmlnterl ". Tbork JtcX'inWtr, coitsfsHnt if CnpMs. tod dctSes, ntmpbs, shephtrdetws, 4lne la dies and earlsnds. The mounts are snpttb. Sandal and violet are the two rroffrMit woorts used. These are esrtrd In eHqirMte fotms. csTland and lattice ofk, fftldW With ffold. othtr hare a Jong serpntlne fotm In relief, sparkling with ewppcr llned inlays. Another srms through perfonMlon, metallic blue Inlays, which suircest a moonlit sky. Others have Inlays" of steel In frsvefnl forms These flssh ss the fan sways to and fro with loTely effect. I'earl mmints are formed like lonit. tract ful columns twitted with garlands, and spatklc with Inlays ot jtold anl silver. These fans are so fragile that the sticks are carried here and there to the top. Ostrich swl marsbmtt feathers are macntflctnt, but a little clumsy, ex cept for effect as a toilet aewwory. Orchids simulated In paper and Ad mirably imitating these wonderful thlnts, both In form and color, are used for dinner cards Paper pulp, which looks like ftnrn or petrlfltd foam, Is cut Into layers, painted In par lands and used as dinner cards. Manicure trays ami Implements In smoked Ivory have been Introduced. Htiseian belts, a sort of glorified raln-bow-hurd sold tape, are Introduced ami worn with eorgeons llusetan enameled sliver buckles. The briarwood pipe, celebrated In story and tn song, Is the pipe of the hour and comes In numerous forms. The frtqttcnt portrait of the late Kmperor Fredetick seems to show that the carving Is done In Germany. A favorite bowl has a thorny aspect. fome of the forms are fanciful, such as dancing bears or a child seated In sn upturned umbrella. Umbrellas and parasols almost rank as works of art. The Imitations of silver In cheap umbrellas have not dis couraged tho use of the real metal, which is more popular and more artistic every seann. The golden rod Is vindicating Its rleht to be considered the national flower by appearing conspicuously In great golden bunches on fans of black gaure and makes a fine and sumptuous appear ance. Sivrcs and Dresden plates, brass mounted, are used as background for branching side lights, or appltiine, us tbry arc called In France. Imitations of old blue Delft ware are Introduced forcontitry houses. They ap pear In such forms as wall jardinieres that Is to sar, with flat back. Sometimes these arc basket-shaped and nrc very pretty, lllue Delft bird caees nre nnotber pretty fancy. Candlesticks nrc 1 ullt up of sections of blue Delft, wtth brass mounts. There nre also quaint pictures of old Dutch towns In this ware for halls. Kakemonos are In demand for country house decoration. These are the Jspenese oblong paintings on paper which take the place of oil and water color paintings in our Western world and In their color snd Imitation of natural forms are worth all our admira tion. Many persons take these since they can be so easily rolled and carried In trunks with them to adorn their rooms In summer hotels and boarding houses, HI'lTClAl. MlTtOia. Erar"oriHK of coixkctoroVtaxk-T. "3 IHctriot nf Columbia. Waalilnaton, P, C October 31, lSSO.-Tax payer of the IHttltot will take notice that tbe untlenleieil haa received the duplicate of aosiei)t 'if tbe tax fur the rear entllmc June), letl. Dil will be ready to recede payment of taxeaat tlieottiee from and after tbe Hrnt day of XOVEJUIKK, 1SS0. One-half of said tax 1 due November 1. 1W'. the other half Marl, 1SS1. Onto much ot ibe flrit hatfof MM taxes due November, leW, as hall not be raid daring ahl ibooUi, a penally of two U'l ptroent. will be adden un tbe nrat day of each aucoeediBi; month thereafter until the HBeli paid, or otherwise proceeded with a tbe law direct. Tbe law Impotea a like pen alty for Boa-payEceat of leeoad half, due Mar I. ten. If not paid wtthtunakt month of Hay. S.a. DA VI J, OoJIeetor of Taiea. O.C. Boast. Kgr-ESBRdlZER MOJIEXTUM THE BAMEHOKkJEpOWEK JtlK OSE.TBNTII THE QQM. W0K1J? AT BB!NJJsrS,aO. etlas iar A 0AHH. MK, iMX 8YAK, rrrns, latite thedteasf jiDSllnet m te sail at KEBK'S. 4W yiath atreet. and tdnee their order fur a isat-ela aarmset. oebt-un FUST Kl IBVKi). 1K, B8. WHITI, cBruoloBiw. UM Penna. ava. opposite Wuhud' Hotel. Tbnnaaad from far and near visit D. whit' eataMUhraant tar reUef hum and avoidance of cure, bufiluaa, dbeaaed aalia and all it ber foot trouble Bour.8s. m. totp.BV Sunday S to 12. Oatce fee, St per vlaft for put tlnjc the feet la good order, natabtbibed, SSbfLADlKb": LAMBsV LtOiBS! ff Mr MuCaCerr a the only hat aad honaet fiaaw maeafai-rurer in the city. Call and aee her new banes BUaehlnar and praaln. Straw aad feu hat sltamd te the bkteat atyls. Oenen ia"i ajsptlr attended to. teat e a jgtjrJ. wtuua ui Pm-raaaor to Kanrr tee' Soeaj. LMBaVrTASntt. X. AVJ. N. W , ntanch onto, m Mnrviand are. . w Kar'tiK. i. MMUtY. O O. . S37 1 htttn Besaonatrator of the Uiu versUy of Maryland, has ertshllaind at MM ntseeetb street aonhweat. and somsw Uunajte. ta. nUroua oWe and all -tbetlc aderfatttwed oos-tm fill t tat 11 111 IsliTMll T 9ffi0n imiii tKfMt at aw. W.1TKH-HKLF. 7 AhTJD-A uoon iOOK WhUTU P t .mall fawfly. Apply at limn at a y uoon iooK WhUTU run AtTAalTlB-A KSLIA hULUULB WON All FOB l tftarai bouework APfiy Hu at s-st wtta tefeewu-e nxat. UMPtprrutL for aenerai bjttaeajork. In a watte airl amaU family, aiil.tna -lATAstTnO-A VUITK QIKL An t'UAn bttrnjwid and waiueaa In a asailfanuly, reterence rtMUked Apply at HW tath n w. AATAltTllVA WtUTt VOIflll: ttTY rifeniuea; wmJ liiinasetnrt: lo lu tamiiv XlMf at m "tyrAvrw-A linuiun. urrtw Y I white wonan W aurne a 'hiid. Anwr W8itBni T-tt UrAUTBaV-A. altr. TU VOUAW wo oooa, wa6 aad Iron olt tefctom... muat uy ahjbts Aw'yi9m"w . Jt T autbd-a i trtsit fcUTnami. a 1 1 uau)Dorja All am uCdrMii-e' u -11 at JU1 5 ioluiTk.i.'")A Jnivr 1 tu a' u bf (.:. u -i WASTtn itTt VTIOe. V.VANTBP-B Pt-rit TARI.8 i-OI. I V strl. "itnstlon i hamterraald In prl rate family CBlWr aditre WW tStlt t -iVASTyJD-BT A KF'tCTABt. COlD VV man, a pi cea cr!inan in private iSTmiy: stkki reierrTire trsttstnw Stt "tXTAITED-nT BRPCtABLE fOfn T T JSlr! P'Bf r " fantillev reffronfe iris, plsrM r'lambermatiTS irtnri's 'e ibiv vojn jive n w. TrAt8l)-r!T A RBPKCTABtB mi;i) womsn, s firtrlas lanrtdre". wah in to brtn home or togo out: ftft -li rtty referwrifi1 siren, ml Mh n n tr J'i WANTST) A ErrTABT,a COI.OHBB slrl, a plsre ss wattr or rhmbr mslrt referent-, from last plat f i n TA.STltD-Bt A BWrtCTAIIMt rrfr I slrl, a ttnatkiTt as waitress ot rhambr maw in a flr-t class ramttr; can give reier enre. call or sddiets iwt K t n sjt "rA5TET-BT A BSP1tCTABI.Rrofr 1 Slrl. a 'Itnstlon to conk. wali sn l Iron in wisll fan liy lBi I st n m. sjt w TASTEP-BT A HHPWTABL r tl.O i lrl. niece to do genersl honwwnrt. dresslMfllmMJtltg. Mt tTANTHO MI"OHM.A!lltt, t FKW DBBIRABtB ROOI, tTfTR steam rwer, gewd elevstor serrtowmid flrst elass Janttorsh'p, In the POST BTJIMmtti, for real at lewrntes to 8rst -clajw tetmnt. Apply to 8T1IJWS HUTCBljrS, S Post BniMm. or FBAXK MAOUlRg, Sniiertn tejqent. FOIt JtBNT itoo.us. TVOU BKXT-WtMotAfttlStS PARftR''. I' 1fltow maybe reutfd at resjon slile rstes, rnelndhnt neat, light nlnnn snd at tendance, for cle, reading", soemtte and olnVm The tending mom and library are open to member from 8 a m to to n m Monthly memberblp ticket for ale at li brary. MAHT DBSHA. Secretary. t lw I70R BEST-SICKI.T lTRNIsnitD BAC K I1 parlor bedroom; heat and gn: nh nelnhbothood Apply at ItSSSlhstn w. R St ttor" BBNT-A LAHQB. MIWLT Pl'R J" nlhet front mom; ontbern expomtre; ga,hent and ue of parlor. llgQstnw. I?OnitBNT-SKVKRALBKAtJTIFCL.TOnny ; rooms or floor of S roams; nicely fur ntbed; brick hone, excellent location: oon venlent to care, SlSlWhstB w. 8 St IPOR IlBNT-FUnNISIIKD PRONT ROOM ' on Sri floor to gentleman; beat and gm ptltale family! 819 per month. Wllitnff, IJPOIt HBNT-HtRNIUItHtt AND IT.NPUR ; altbetl rooms on vd floor: new hon; furnace hest ; no children. W7 ith t n w. 17on 71B?iT-FfnNISIIKD PARLOR AND bedroom on Orst floor; terms moderate. lit Nil are nw. nt "OR RBNT-FURNISIIRI) ROOM, ii) Floor: board If deelrel. (W K nt. VT3t I70R IIBNT-S fNKfRNIRHBI) ROOMt: ? snltRblo for honsflkeeplne: f IS; or will rent with board for WWI I at n w. It TT0R IIENT-UNFURNIS1IBD FROST I room, lt floor: Miuthern pxrxnure: suit able for doctor's ofDce or lodging for gentle men; prices. Sll9lltnw. KM ipOH RENT-:! K ST N W-FfllNISIIKD I; or unliirnlohed rooms: suitable tor light bonekeeplng: board In hou If dmlred; also rnoomcnmojn. S-lt FUlt ItKNT llllU.SKS, TiOR ItKNT-UNFUHNIHHED- ltUilitnvr.lSn tJOS HIS MB-navc. IT rs and stable 'jmvO tSST M st n w, IS r 1SSS7 llth st ex.. 15 rs Its UO lawMstnw, 15r lfifx) isrw II st n w. 1 rs ttsoo iMtaistnw.Hr lco oo lTtSijstnw, lira Mm 1Tlsgatnw.il r M l'.st,tn w. 11 rs ... S1 lTtgstnw.lt rs 3S lHsSl st n w. II rs ... 81 SI liMCorcoranst.lt r WW ITMf'orvoranst. 11 r TS 00 IMOtlstst nw. II r SO.oo 1480 N st n w. 10 n 80 00 lKSHtlistn w.S rs gLafsyettoSqiiere. 15 r ttw btonsbton st, 9ra M 00 1C44 It st n w. Srs 4i 00 W ,1il st e, 14rs 4Gt MHRstnw.Hrs -W00 llOSCbaplnst. 9r 40 00 l.'WSStlntnw.Tr 09 1H)Tthstu w. strand dwg St oa 14MFlorktaave,8r Sit CO 34 tt st a w, 6 rs MOfl .nisttaw.tr () Tbe above boo'e can be examined by per rait from our otJce only . TUOMA3 J. FISIIKR CO., USHFst. n. w. FOR RENT-TWO DRAND NEW S1X roora trsme ItotMos, bteh and dry looa Hon; Bear eburohea and public school In t'nlontowu. Iiwiulre of A. tlEIIHKND.tmll st n w. run balk ttousra. FTTAtB.'iii aicandrkC "room frame bouse, lust BBUblag; oydrantls yard; lot tsxlisj snaur home: prtee. SMX). Ap ply to HOUtltT 1. TUOitAS, Room No. i. tit 1Mb st. FOR PALK-THKEK OF THK CTIEAPBbT bouse Is Washington. 1W. 10S and lie 1Kb it n e; two-story and basement, braws atone trlmmlsge; T rooma asd bath: eteotrlo bells Bd gas: price, tlOO each. VX oaab balarue to salt or trade for good lota. Ft) It HALE AND ItKNT. I EAL ESTATE BULLETIN. moil AS E. WAbOAMAN. SIT If street.; Cbascea made Wednesday and Saturdays. S-aTOKV liKRK AND FRAME HOUSES FOH HAUB. SIS to 830 Md avesw. bh. trs SUOO lJDStolfiertBe.bb.ra,aadU to SW 13lbt ue, bh.Ors, all ISisM HSGstsw. bh.Tr SjSfie 4tSaad4t)inhtw, bh, ml. sra.... sjeo m VH t a w, b h. S re Sj MiT and MS Va ave and S6Mhkt aad asdaajirorad Iota, a e 4908 M to S lStb at and Ky aye, bet 8 0 sreaadBatae. 4.6M a4that se. bb.tr S.M0 nn to SHM 1 t e, 1 h. t r KM) 44 and' CaBtoltsw,fh.r.... S-W SIS 11th t e, bVI n . ISMyrilest tie. bh.Tr I.) assandSIlIat a, f b,Sr ." lsestoUBt Mdavw, bh.sr jm lMKatue.th.Sr JW sgUTHWktBe.bh.TN , ires T4. Ti M and tat Myrtle at ne.bh.Tr.. l.TSS SKlo21tIktue.Vh.4M 1.SH8 Set tobSlMtt lie, b, ya ,. 1.308 Al'ey bet tth and 7th. 6 and Jt at e, bh.Sra l.a8 SUKNbtt alh. &., l.SfO M Q at w. fh.tr UW lot lap t, b a. i w,. vaa lata to lists k at s e, 1 a.tNah ijfm 90S alley hetQanatll.wh an4Mn st sw.fh.Tr l.h T llth at b e. f h. 4 s 1.ON0 4MKatse.lh.Sn Ijm Allcybet4iajktSth.lt and I stsa w. SIS- U-'lT Burke' aUer '.V ii. 4 re eaVli 7 Hoi ate a. b h. j r. m L at e. b h. S r " BeuCMBtw,fh.tr set IMhSkrlie MK itSSPT. KU X fap at. T r Uav tsth at a w. ra I'Btwrpnrtss Batnw.fr. MJ4jtaav.aa.tM IT SS ltau4WWhtBW, trs Wt UHlne.5r It SB ImSJjsdavesw.aw ... 15 CtoaatdjOn are, aeajQlBaasn !, Wan II Cheater Court aw, 4 re- , iSSa IKSDstkW.trt JW bTOtUta. OtVMCmj. IK!. MrajiddwgStaMataw, Wr Stuu u aad dwg 11 8ttVt a . 11 r - BaiTaionr.4MUIthtBW MJJ (UranddwcSoiTBatB w.br OS MraaddwtT44Slattne.Sr SB SU8 15(b st. cuuai V aad 10 88 KU and dv 18 Del are w, T ta lialtlnv at w 1 btablcrtarSlU llibt B. ' 88 lAhU. La aad at S nac a 4W j'psmrSnw Btjp aBaj t PPiR a BS ff sVmrmBf ffihtff"T.aB FUlt SALK MlSVkLAXKasVaj. TADS BAXK-HOBn. BAVTOK AVB UAt J? uc w soud vondAioB. owoar dwu"i vaot to winter. MB. AdJrtenrKITtC COT 4Jt IM4tUaaKlt uy UKIkAMU UH V ikMreet. MeuiSMwr at HkHw;uni Uefti jLai-jMkUste. AU htent ktectvs sutal kCiu-ltUe tKsasstt ud tnaW jfmW4w m A i v - mm &. WSHIIGFCI BUSINESS DHECJORY .iMrtstii- Axn rAl vrjurs- m itk. y ir.e. r,FO KT5EM,. .Tn snht. n . r Bio a. n iipT v -itii t J'BAfttlS'MH.I.BItaWVmhst n . M'AISABAS. Hll7.f.V CO, Dlt Ps Si9. R.l.Bin)2t irsTtf. o, o. Rk.i.mw, ir nth t n w. A J-DSMBBHAW. 4tfl Mh M Atrrtmt::. PtHfAIHeolt mo., c.,t Wh and Bt. writyj JtKiiili'. n:rt7:le.. PABSlTWtiWr wr vntcmmm . otth c ? ASth Del. AN' and ,tt LIU9 tTBB Stii atid t. t e . W. B s. r. pa S'S-SI TJ t. w. TBBJIA' LBBRfitt,0.,MMnhn ft fl l.TS. tl. B KtnttPOOT). 141 . t n W nrHPnHFTB.tlMlT'h.t n (AiniyrB,4iTntht n . BOB frOLTPSAS. 141 !S. V. are. s ft B&5?Il-l' Kt n.w. LBW TtVwltTnR. nth and Pa. are g.W. DBIVBB.nJspa. are . HAQKBTT. ISW Pa. are. n IKK Us. gtMXBlDKB.tlttst B, w. HOITI.KHS. TTI R ARtllrOTON BOT. CO , th smt K n.w. ;i ifcfff.v.tAfi roxTi:rrnixi:tts. 3 H. BKtMSgiR JOIJ ltth st n.w. .t lHNOTB1Nl.K,BBbI Tap St. if rrtiit, riti:i:.si; .i.v i:nns. JA. F. OT8TBH. Pa. eve snd th st. nt iviii:hs. A. LttRFFLEB, S40-48 Centre MnrKet 1 HOB T KBANB 44 to St centre Market. J. II, flUt.cilKR.S88 to S41 Centre Market. KIMV. HRQOKBlni W Centre MstM. OTTO C flfPPBRT.91 (W Centre Market. A. ,1. K1I.ST, MTT M tVntre Market. nit' rvt.r.s. QUO. 8. ATWATBR A CO., 1494 lie Pa. are. nuor.i, .sfo7;.s t.i itriim.H.s. T It MORAN. 434 9th st A I. IIAr.l.KTuN, 4:thst X.bTRURLAND.mSPa are EO. t . RICH. TIT Market hpace. HOW Kit. A Jit HRAY. WOTIbst n. W. .tOIINC WII.I.RS. tr . sisrthst.s. w. i, us iM!hUN.,ea;tht n w. t 11(101., One rrl e t'hoe House. TM Tth St. NATIONAL ll(rTBLSHOKSrrOR,48BP.aV. II WAI.KKHTfCKKH, IWS I'a. are. JOS A. HBPRTTI, StT Ia sve s e. Jl. HHKBMIAt'M.tlSI Jl st. fl.l.Vt'f.'ff.e. RIOOB A CO.. Pa. ave and ltth st. I.KW1S JOHNSON A CO , lath and Pa. are COHM)N A JtACAltTNRY. 1119 Fst. HATKMAN A CO , till F st, n w. Wll. JIAVHB A CO .SIS 9th st. OOIW A CO . lies Ft. n. w LBWIS O 1 Kt KSHUKY X CO . UV F. n.i.vA.i. CENTRAL NAT. HANK. Tth t. snd Pa. are CIIIZKNN'NAT HANK, SIS 1Mb St. NAT. MF.TFOI-OLITAN HANK. SIS 15th St. SKCOND NATIONAUM9Tthst. n. W. COI VJtllt A NATIONAL 911 F St. B. W. NAT. HANK ltKI'l'tlt.lC. Tth and D st. FARMERS" A M8CII.,SNAT..eor. MandSlst. noohsi:i.i,ni.sAxi r.iro.v;:.v WJI HALLANTYNK A SONS. 488 Tth St. A. K WILLIAMS, Ml SlTthst.n W. W. II. MOHHIsW.I.'EM F st. CHAPMAN A TAYLOR. 1 Pa. are. nw. r.niiT.srr.it ami nt ti.ii:it. At.KX, MILLKR. Mil Ohio are. ( 17.. M1AJT.S AX It ItUAXlltVS, TOKAIONWINKCO , Sit llth st. t unsv.r roiiiti:vToit. t. C. WI1BLAN. 10(1 Fst. r ati: hi: it. F. FRBl'ND. ma 9th st n. w. I). J. W RYMAR, ldH llth st v loth 1 1: its. VICTOR K AnLBK.8T v9Tibnw,eor.Ma ar. M. KAUFMAN. or rnerMh and IsU.se. I. llAMiaiiOkRAtiONS.MlPaaTe. N.Y.t.NK PRICK CI.OTIIINO.su Tth at.B.w OOltlKN KAOLK a)., 811 Pb. are. s. e. W. MOHDLINURR.SlOTMtt n.w. t.lltltl.tui:. ANDREW J. JOYIK'H hONH. WareroooM. lfrASOCoun aT;Favtory.4181llthaw. W. F. ORYEK.44II Pa a.re Also baraeM. llOKt-B AND CAKRIAOE BAZAR, 8W-44 La. MtllERMOTT A HRO.,310 Pa. ave.n. w. IS J MEKKN, No (Ht O st n w WILLIAM WALTER'S WIN, llth and CstaB w tx rvc Titty i:ns a xit c.t rn. J. FUbUBLL, 148& N. Y. are. T.JAKVIN. tSSStbst IIINKE A HIIII). SlOtth t. ClIAS. V. FLKIbCIIMANN. 1110 Pa. are cinw, TEMPLE IIOTBL. Mb at op CM. t'at.Omee. FE. Stfl th at. Tflk NEW KaLANDQA ELKS' f)ININ(J BOOM.SSSpa.are C OA rxv Tins i:hs. HUYLEK'S, 1108 Pa ave. F1KI.1IINO ACO.,4MPa ave. (ILL'S, 1488 Fst. MIEtTZ A CO.. if.r loth and Fklt. n. w BRBfeNAHAN A CO , 410 Tth t. a. w. F NhWTON. 1T3B 41 Pa. ave. a. W. EMMERTSp. 419 Tth st. B w. AGUTEKUNBT.Uilltthat n.w. f O rJSV If OA VH HfOLfM.I l,B, M. BKlLI,41Ttbt. K. H. E. f)EUHHI.V,5lt llthM. SifC'OK.irOK. HENRY F MBit. S8S 1Mb bw. n Hi' (i ii() ns. JOHN II iMOOT. Hl4 M .1. W. H H I'BTEK A MNli. Sit Fa. ave LA.VkBlBt.ll A nno . 448 to it Tth at a. w. SEATON FEktBY Fa. ave and 8th st, THi J Ll'TTIiELL.lStF are. JOHKMh A Ll.TTBBLL.Tl'i Market Space. T. HEINIIAKPT. SIOTtbst a. W. J FlbUKL. It Pa. are. CIO. F HABhUN. SIS Fa . a a. D HI BCB A CO . tsotl :th at aw 8TEKNB OstY GO !M HOtrbf. 8844 Tth a. W. W I) CLARK A CO . Sit MaiiM$naee GEO. rOMaW, WIS 14th at. B w. CKAIt. A JACKMIK. ilWMal B. W . F bMIIH. 1188 Mat b w i hi auisr.s. FRAVKP KLLRK. 1 Sth t Z D .ILLMAK.ITFaate. T. E OGHAM. Wll P ave. W. THOMFkOli. T03 ltth at. A Ml KIT JfTOTF, KntlonaJ kiotal nuildlaa BOMBOPATBM' PRABVaIy. MW H. GEO A BBhrTLEr. 14th sjsd Csteota at G M B0THOBV. e cor. BM and O at B.W BEMBI7B6 A EU.IOTT. WW ltth at. a. w W.p VBACX,iitanaMt. a w- witrxA .i.vu scaiMMM-t. BBlJbUj' N.Y.e'fEAy DYE HOlkJL TSBJth at. FiSCHBB. 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