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THE T)AILT CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, M I.MBER 1.', 1P0O.
OUR GRAB BUG STKUCTTOH AND FUil. nm m a mjxi papers. IB fill fl...i in. 1,11 flu "fritfeV Pa, Pwcil -i Stan m i Jftwsy Hunk A UffLB geWST 9F BRMITT RUMM. All Sufi ittl Htm tf uThHt Paragraphs briny 11imM-Sitj Bl b M Smr FtrrBttes, TbCro is a wotM of pathos, from om flht Of vhtw. In Colond T. W. II if filnwn'a rFtfeettorrs over that tlm In a woman's life when she first Amis hersvtf too dill for the tlam ami the fmllc of the young, ami tno young for the quiet corner of the old, says the Detroit Fret rrtto. No sings acknowledges her. She feels often like An nllen from the com monwealth Of womanhood. In char Itahle work nml In social life the In visible line Is passed. No one Invito her now to preside at the fancy booth or hasten the sale of flowers with her craclous smiles. Neither Is she asked to give the dignity of her age and posi tion as one of the patronesses of the fair. She Is laughed at If sho dresses In the gay colors her soul loves or cooldcd by her family for nl ways wear ing black. Bho has no part in the play, but is quietly relegated to the position of stago setter and prompter, whllo younger and older women poso and win applause. Her beauty is not at Its best. She has noilhcr the fair girlish face which is the prophecy of what will bo, nor the sweet old face which Is the history of whnt It has been. White hair does not, crown her with glory, and she has lost the golden curls of her youth. The blossom Imi faded and tho fruit docs not compensate for Its loss. At times sho wonders If she Is not a childless woman. She was necessary to her little children, but her growing sons and daughters do not seem to need bcr at least they do not cling to her with tho tender caress of their baby hood. Studies, tenchors, classmates nml embryo lovo affairs fill their lives so full that the mothor almost feels crowded out. An Burly Victim. Tom Stokes Who was tho first man killed at football? 11m Illekey St. Laurence, I suppose; lie died on trie "gridiron." 7V. Two Intelligent Hoc. There are two dogs In this city that mitpom, In point of Intelligence, the c lebraled bonr hound that nightly ap pears with I'nfessor Darting, the Hon trainer, in the lion's cage In "Claudius Nero," says the New York Telegram. It you have ever walked up Broadway late In the afternoon or evening, you have probably noticed the old blind beggar, who alts at the corner of 11 road way and Thirtieth street; with him Is n dog of tho breed commonly known us tho "yellow cur," yet one glance at the animal Is enough to convince any one that ho Is a doe of more than ordinary Intelligence. When the old blind bee gar Is ready to go home, the dog leads tho way, the old man holding him by a string attached to his collar. At every crossing the dog barks once. If there are wagons or carriages passing, the dog will bark twice, and the old blind beg gar will wait patiently until a tug on the string he holds Informs him that the street Is clear and that his guide U ready to proceed. At other times the dog has a habit of whining plteously to attract attention to the beggar's outstretched band, and the whine rarely falls to pro duce the desired effect. Somewhere In the neighborhood, generally about Twenty-eighth or Twenty-ninth street arid blxth avenue, you will come across another blind beggar and a dog. The latter is a shaggy hound and knows his business quite as well as his Hroad way rival does. He, also, has a habit of whining to attract attention, but the act that makes him famous is the man ner he goes through a crowd. If the crowd Is a big one and the dog can see no way of going through It, he will erowl ominously. The crowd saatters at once, and the dot?, with a wag of his tall, proceeds -with the old maa who owns him. lis Objected. Mrs. IJower Shall we 'uveaeeie br alios on our tia wetUi ., nyilwrt Mr. Bowers Ok, food est, bo jus think of the lot of tin boras that the peopl might bring far the us f the ) OUUffMW a tbOUMMl times bo. -V- ey'e Weekly. Death Vetoes Painlessly. The signs of Impending lUmtli are many and variable. No two Instances are precisely identical, yet several signs are txxmnon to many cases. Shakes peare, who observed everything eise, observed and recorded some at tbe pre uioBilory signs of death also, la the accouBt of the death of FaJbtaaTlbe sharpness of the bom. the coUaaes of the feet, gradually extending uoward. the picking at the bed clothes, are ac mreU-ly described. For some time befote death Indica tions of its approach became apfsueut. Speech grows thick and labored, the bunds, if raised, fail laalaatly, tke respiration is difficult, tke heart lose its power to propel the blood to tke ex tremities, which consequently beconte cold, a clammy moisture oozes through tke pores of the akin, the voice grows weak amd husky or piping, the eye begin to lose their luaue. In death at old age there ia a gradual dulling of all the bodll set ee and of many of th mental facultka oasaory fails, judg ment wavers. imagination gee out Mke a candle. The muscles aad teadean get sthf , the volte breaks, the cord of the tabernacle are looaewtng. Saaall uuisei, irritate, alght becomes dua. nulrt titkm goes on feebly, (iteration is Im paired, the secretions are TnauHdnNat or -vitiated or cease, capillary circulatkMi is clogged Finally, the central org uf the circulatloa coaBW to a atop, a lull stop, and this atoppam means a dissolution. Tbi Is the death of old . which few attain to. Many people have an idea that death is iceaaxtly painful, even agon! ring. tut there Is no waaue whatever to aun riue that death is more painiul than I hi ti It is because in a certain pro lection uf cases, dikaoluiiuais accjoi I mited by a vbtihUt apaam a&J dUturtiuu i, 1 1 be counie&anca that the idea exWu i.ut tt u nearly as ttrUiii j anjrthlug i.u U that tbeae JhOort.fatns of the fc, id) u dM.U are not uly palBleas but ake v'-: um-oucujuaiy. Ia many la run.., tuo a comatoae or eeud coma !. Mute ijpciveuei, and It ia al tgitbrr pTobshlf that more or lc" c mpMr nnennrioinTie(thpn prevail. We have, roo, abtinrlant erldence of pwojVre Who Mlrp b rn nprT? rtfnwwH tid mnrtisted. ard iluv nil tgre In trie statfment itmtnfura. fow mo iwetits of painful struggling, feat iwtd afixMy paw away and a tnte of tfft qulllty tr1s They ttn trre vlslotri of gree tUM and In some case hear fVtMtag mmtc, swl no fat from being mfwniwe thetr stmatlntrs are aVllght M. Bttt where attempts at remwwta tfr n art McceMfnl the fwriwHtaten pet swn alMoat Invarranly nrotest aajslttft befog bmnght buck to tire Mil declare that retmtcltMktt h accompwired hy rJcl Pl amt acute mental mteery. Dwtn fs a fact which ey imwi TK-isonttily ctpettrHce, and eome gntBtly fs of nnlverml Interesl, and, m rct are fwr. the wteer ormnas h to kwk them ninarety In the face, for mrtPsMty It con! Wsck and death keeps no calendar. Over the llrMnrt. Frtddy (enrcfnlly rubbing the pretty bloom from hh) bunch of grapes) Say, Mr. YmiBgbee, do the grapes rmw tlet? Sir. Youngbee (fiancee of Freddy's atmtlcV-Wby, no, my boy; what made yu think of that? Frtmly 'Caute this tubs off Jtwt m the pink docs from auntie's cheek. .trffe. Olmlneil llookn. It Is but natural that the books pre served in chains In various places In England, now rapidly diminishing in number, should be disappointing to tho antiquary, soys the "Gentleman's Maga zine." Very earnest mid conscientious in their labors were the oarly Iloformers, and any books Imbued with the "pesti lent errors of Home" were naturally re moved or destroyed. Not until tho reign of "Uloody Mary" was over could the collection be maila, and this most frequently dittos from subsequent times some donations of chained bookB coming oven Into tho eighteenth century. The most mu Dllkent donations to WImborno oven belong to 1007. Most of them arc uaturally theology. In tho WImborno library Mr. Blades notlcos moro than one work not to bo found in tho llrltlsh Museum. Illbles In Hebrew, Litlnand Kncllsh, works of tho Fathers, goncral and ecclesiastical hUtorlnns, tho works of Clccro.Platonnd Pliny, lexicons, etc., arc In the catalogue of Wlmbornc, and there is ono Illuminated MS. of the fourteenth century. Among so many theological works one Is surprised to stumble on moro pro fane literature, represented by Baker's "Chronicles of tho Kings of England," Sir Thomas Browno's "Vulgar Krrors" and "Bcllglo Medici." Burton's "Anat omy of Melancholy," Camden's "An. nnfe," a translation of I'hlllp do Corn mines, Kvelyn's "Tho French Gardi ner." Grtcnlovo's "History of tha Neth erlands," with the autograph "Sir Walter Hawloy," tho works of Mnchla velll, llalclgls "History of England" nml Wlnstanlcy's "Mvca of tho Most Famous Kngllsh l'oels." About eighty places ate mentioned by Mr. Blades as having contained one or more chained books wltiitn the last half century, and a list of all the books In the various libraries is with commendable Industry compiled. Ono of the most common books In churches was the "Acts and Monu ments" of Fox more generally known as Fox's "Book of Martyrs." The perusal of the atrocities, real and alleged, which were perpetrated upon the Protes tants was supposed to fortify the readers In tho "true faith." Tho whole ques tion of the sutvlval of chained books Is of interest, and if any have escaped the notice of Mr. Blades and Inquirers thirty years ago In "Notes and Queries" It is desirable that they should be brought to light. A Very OiM tllrl. In school ibe ranks above ber uuIm, Aixl wIds the blgbeat prize; She bounds correctly all the titat, And tells ttbtt etch one's sire U. Iu cliM ibe will not prouipt a friend, For she doesn't btilleve Iu telling: She tieeds the rules from e&d to eud And never fall Iu tiielllag. "She'a Juit as odd as odd eaa bet" Say all the school ot Estbsr Lea. She keeps her room si nest as wax, And Uugbs at Pater's raoeklav; She mtuUs friscllla'a cloves aad uerpMi, And darsa the family atoeklasa: She duets the tittlng-ruou for hate, She eares for baby brother; She (athhms lulls and kites for KiUa, Ami run (or tired mother. "She's luat as odd a odd cau be!" Say all at home of Esther I.ee. For little crippled Mary KtU She saves her brightest peaBlea, She never, never sulks or frets K the doesn't beat at tennis; With happy worda she l sure to greet Children ia lowly byways; She guides HMtesdy aged feet Aereea the buetliae blgbways. "She's Just a odd as odd fan be!" Say all the town of Esther Lae. C'Aicoo bun U-tm. Starvloe to Death. For the first two days through which a strong and healthy man ia doomed to eslet upon Both lag hU stdferinKS are, perhaps, wore acute thaa in the remain ing stages; be feels an Inordinate, ua speakabk waving at the stomach Bbzht anil day, according to the Yakt Blmi. The mind runs upon beef aud other substances, but still la a great measure the body retains Its strength. On the third and fourth days, but es pecially ob the fourth, title iBceaaant craving give place to a sinking and weakness of the stomach accom panied by nausea. The unfortunate sufferer still deeirea food, but with a loaa of strength he loaea that eager craving which Is felt in the earlier asfgea. Should he chance to ob tale a morsel or two of food he swallows it with wallah avidity, but nve minutes afterwards bis sufferings are more ia tense than ever. He feats as If he had swallowed a living lobster, which ia clawing and feeding upon the very foundation of his existence. On the fifth day hi cheeks suddenly appear hollow and sunken, his body at tenuated , tg color hi ashy pale, ami hht eyes wild, glassy and caanibaJ-lthe. The different parts of the system bow war with each other. The stomach call upon the kg to go In quest of food; the legs, from weakness, sf use. The sixth day brings with it Increased suffering, although tlw pangs of hunger are loat in an overpowering languor and skknet. The head hunomr giddy, the gavoats of well remembered dinners pees lit nhieoua processions through the mind. The seventh day come, bringing in creasing laniihuUi and further pruilra Hon of strength. The arm hang Ufe letsly, the legs Uag heavily, the desire or food hi still kit, to a degree, but U must be brought, not sought. The Bjkerabk ritima of life which ami hang to the sufferer I a burden ai u.uet too arkvou to be borne, yet this iut.icut luvc of eltalence induce de Mu iiUl u preset ve it if it can be saved without a. tax on bodily exertion The hi U otiJiis At une ui..ui.Lt he thinks hu, wearied lUuus cannot suataia blru a uuk. the txt he U endowed wUb unnatural uruigth, and if there Lc a icrteioty of relief bcfoic bim JaihcS bravely and UoOfcl fur or J hW new m itrter, nut Hwrniy. "Pnt yom ctew ttlw yonT del." Emermn. "Owb must rfo mettilng In ordet to bt eomethfng." Gtrtfo. Thl o shrtttM rtw Isrtrorsnt ho ha eapeci'y foT hirowlerfge, thU T c-n tmttr1y."-frl!. Wnltin Nnttirnl HHtlsry 5wte. Hnnten repmt trrt bnnttlrg on th hatlxit. rlneks and gewe betht rra their wny fonth to speml tlrt winter. f?w Harbor Tlmn. Cnfdnln Kinney cntrtht a four foot etnrieott in bn stlne setln the enre the first of this week. GMffwrWe .h- The etatnle are beck nffittn, after havlrig spent the sttmrtwr In their bTowirni? gronndsln Alaska.-lmnwr's American. Atiother whale appenrert In the harbor tLe other day and came wtlhlh 100 feet of the wharf. He rimled away a couple of rifle bullets as a souvenir of ills visit. Gray's Harbor Timts. The Washington Poultry Association Is desirous of faoldine an exhibition of thoroughbred poultry In the cllr of Walla Walla. They ask the business men and cltlrcnsof this vicinity to aseist them with this end In view. I,argc con tributions are not expected. IffiiJ U'nte ftattman. A great many people have gone to see the wonderful red bat at the express ofllcc. Mr. Lewis, the agent, or Mr. Park, the operator, lakes pleasure In showing It to the curious visitors. It is n genuine curiosity, and should be seen by everybody before It Is shipped to the Pioneer's Museum at Ban Francisco. EVtndmrg Capital. II. II. Halbert and his father and brolher-ln-law snent several days the past week at Damon's Point huntlnsj and fishing. They foun-1 trout and salmon very plenty nt the mouth of the Ilumptulips and tho bay full of ducks and geese. They shot 180 ducks and 75 geese. Tho geeeo were so thick upon the water that as many as five were killed at one shot with a rifle ball. Hoquam 'Vahing(4nin. Sixteen dozen duck nml six geese was the result of Ed. Warner's, Jnmos Douglas' and John Law's hunt on the beach. iTonUmno VUUUe. Sturgeon nra coming In rather mora freely than of Into. With tho advent of rainy weather tho finny monstora are cxptctcd tin the river In a solid body. Calltamtt U an tie. Vast schools of smelt and sardines aro in the bay running In such quantities that they fairly crowd each other out of the wntcr. Their presence Is Indicated by millions of gulls, which gorge them selves to a state of helplcssnees and then drift larlly on tho waves until another school comes along. A fishing boat sailed for fWe miles right through a school of tho little fish and yet there ecrn.ed to bo no and to tho vast proces sion which was swimming In from the ocean Tatoma iVtrs. A Few Choice lolelet. Otie of tho jrrontest Ills of earth Chicago, Ills Life. Paper makers are using the binann plant for paper making. They will slip up on this some day. A' Ormrn Piea- It was a Scotch grave digger who said: "Trade's vera dull noo. I have na lurltd a lecvin' crceturc In a fort night." Tht AVsr -Vw. He (suddenly) Do you think the minister will want to kiss you T She (pleadingly) Let him, If hewantsto, Harry. He's lust grown a beautiful moustache. Life. "Mad? I should say so! They seated me by the biggest fool In the whole room. ' "No wonder you were beside your self !" .Vunwy'r lrWiU. Ob, Itllktns Is a sad droll do, lie really makes rae laugb; Awl tboee who tbluk they know Ulm well, They do uot know him half. I lately met blm In a ear, Ant! HjtBg "By your leave," I touched away along bleek hair, That nettled ou his sleeve. J)r ine, bow long wy hair has grown; I'll have It cut," he ttd; Wntt-k made me ssille, eonelderlac that lite hair is abort and red. JimtOH iWiVr. A Modern I.ucta ill Lamiuertnoor. The pretty little village of Redwood City, near San Francisco, Is disturbed over revelations that have followed the aad suicide of George Webrlln's bride em her wedding night, says the G tote l)mort, Wehrlln had furnished a cottage, but when be came to retire from the wed ding party the bride refused to admit him to her room. He spent the night with the girl's aunt, and in the morn ing found hi bride dead in bed with a strychnine bottle by her side. It was explained that her mind was unhinged by a previous love affitr, but the village pastor, who knew her well, says she was the victim of her match making aunt. This wowaa Induced her to marry Webrlia, and she persuaded Webrlin to buy from her tbe cottage ia which bis bride fount! tbe fate of Lucy of Lamammoor. The preacher who married them de livered a funeral sermon over tbe hap less btkb?, laying tbe blame of her death to love of money that led to the viola tion of the young girl's affections. It is thought the aunt will be forced to take back tbe cottage. TUa vfl kail Tumuli v eama tiam fir- many. and was noted for her docility, t hbe was butted ia her pretty wedding drew, that was found laid over a chair by her bed. BROWH'S IRON BITTERS Cures Dyspepsia j In digestion & Debility. illarrica. MOOItg DJt LOttUg.-la Albany, Ore.. Vnday. Ouutfcer St. lee, hf atov. g. K. Vtieb ad,b.C. Mouce ot Albany aadKnuaaJ. De Lome ef nhhmion. 9- C. lOfr-ok-aoatY-Oe siuteaahar U, legs, be the Bet. De. aUrtott of maajrTk. X. clui..b. Mr John C. Umsub of Ctark Oanntr. Va , i" Mis Sarah 4. Bobef of Oeaastown. fSiea. tUXtUaW-ItaMtt Voveailwr U taW. ex tae etwlhinnre Aruu." Skt, Ttftb street uortbetaat, 9nh U. BUiasd. . , crticM at tie ansae viae as U o a. v.fcoveawerM. Interment a hra.uihoro. Vermont. A1,Y.-Qn Wedaead j, lfosahe l lt, etSo'cWck. a .. laan Bal. tetki of tbe latvOr Jc4u X Dai. ne. unwal front at. Joei (areh. FrfaUr, ID o'clock. J Arl BLIK -Ou Soseaober 11. UWi. at oi lock a a . Aiired JacniiellB, a native uf Orleane. Frana. ed ren- OVgJtAC'KJIS.-OB Keabtr II. tm et We reafteaiie. tii Coiuasbia ttwst. at tt as.. HeririaO.Oerauar ae4KyeaL icorr-uo Tuaiwiar. Momaajhar u. wea. atCJto'eloeh. kta Caxuttoa eott. aged W taan and muutaa. at residence UM g atreet nosthnteet;. gntiSKUUt-un Hovesshar U WM. at ) as.. VUhant nutagar. to Ukt Uitmf of I uoetai tie Me late weWeJwe, tiW matb street uortbvvsi ua Vtioai, eWvenbar tl. ax I u'ebx p m waltkm - uu ltongajr.jtottmb.-rMi. ij, t i. p m kuJ .ivb L . beloved busbaod uf Mararci, A Vtalwr aed at f ear. Fuller lU tiunb's late reldBtu;t, ie. H lrJt euuibweet. Frklej. Xvvwnber U at S.ii) v ik,i t. ai Ibeme tu bt Ikuii -i'a UurU,. h;re rtuuhns hijfh eojm will be -4414 ' r tho ale ruil-vtlil-llj .n.LtJ Lu 'i. 1 1 xrondrrlng whence pr and udtten Impulse. IMMURED IN Ah 'TLDM. A Sr Man OTnnttt ' t.lTB Awmne l.tMHttre fftt ifeeenreen Tmtn ljtfreKh 9fcW fn !f,tr Tdrtt rtl. It hi a strange story tthich DavM Pay, wrw, hs company wtth hi hfotmsf. bl Jtnrt retnrmd from C4iforil1ti, Wf of what he nffred In the mwrl ot fold and snnny hills. Mr Paytw rs well known In tht cite, where he -strti d for rears nrtor to M rlemtrtwfe frr CaHfoml and where he h rwa tltt whom he Is rmw vtshrng. ventefnyer (rjro 5r. Payne b came imhiten with ifce Callfotnm rtr snd went to the far West. He soon struck a rich lead and was on the high mad to fort tine. HI frhmrr and relative heard from him reguhifly for tome months, when he suddenly dropped out of existence apparently. He says he was matte a victim of a villainous plot, of which a distant rela tive was chief Instleator. On a false certificate of Insanity he was placed In the State Asylum of California, where he was Immured for seventeen long yrars. It was only within the last year that he succeeded In getting word to his brother In Wisconsin, who went to San Francisco and secured his release. Mr. Pavnes property has vanished and he has only seventeen years of suffering to offer as the story of the best years of his life. Mr. Payne Is perfectly sane, and saving his premature aging he shows little tiTcct of his fearful experi ence. There is no doubt of the truth of his story and of his sanity. Ht'RCtAI, NOTlOns, a-33BToFn('K or COIXKCTOROri'AXBt, Dlctrtrt of Colnnabla. Wmhlnaton, D. r., October SI, 1S90. Tax-paren or the IHMrtctwIII take notice that the mxlerMfeed h rerelrrri the daptloate ot SKuesamenw ot the tsies for the year ending Jnne 30. IMI, and will be ready to receive payment of tarn at the office from and after tbe flr-t day of NOVKMBER. ie0. One-half of mll tax Is due November 1, ISW), the other half Jlay 1, 11. On so ranch of the first halt of aWl taxes line JJoTember, 1S90, as shall not be pah! dating aW month, n penaltj- of two () percent, will be Mtded on the flMl day of eeth ftieceedlRi; month thereafter until the nno Is paid, or otherwise proceed ed with tBOlflwulreeM. The la w lrapoe a like pen alty for non-payirent of seeond half, due Mav 1, 1M1. If not pahl within mht month of Jtny. E. O. DAVI, Oolleetor of Taxes, D.C. noast. 35T"ENBItHI7.BU MOMENTUM KNCINK. THK SAME llOnSBrOWKIl )fOU ONE-TBNTH THE COAT, WOSKINfl.AT BEJiNlrg,D.tt Obis-Ira tar A CAHI)., MK. JOHN HYAH. CtftVlHt, Invttea the dressy ueatleaseti to salt at KEEN'S, 414 Ninth street, and place their order for a aret elae earment. iwl-Im Kar-PBET ItKUKVKt). DR.WlHTg, CUlROroDlST. 1416 renna. are., oppoetto Wlllard's Hotel. Tliotwaadi from far aad near vtelt Dr. While's entabllelimrat for relief from and avoidant of corni, bunion, diseased Balls and all other foot tronblet. Honn. 8 a. a. to(n.ra. Hundays.f to 1. OrUcofee, tl per vUltfor ttlDK the feet In good order. KtUbltalied, lwil. :S7 iln. McCaffery hi the ooly liat and bonnet frame mamifaeturer Ib tlieclty. Call and tee her new tiape. llleaolilne and prmelnir. Mraw and felt bata altered to tlie latrtatyle. orders promptly atteaded tj. 1C08 O atreet n. w. ggy-J. WILLIAM LEB (ueeeeor to Henry Lee's gone), UNDEUTAKER. m PA. AVK. N. W., South BMe. Bnneh OOee, H8 Maryland are. a. w. KDr-WIIY :OT HAVE YOUH HntKTS ax made by one of tbe moat celebrated enttera In Araerleat frleeo eame as thoae third-rate eotters charge. V. T. UALL, sue V tow, WANIKU- IIKI.I'. WANTED-A NKAT. TIDY COLORED vflBus to eook. waih and Iron for a small family, beat reference required. Ap ply" iMaMaveB w. ia A "WANTED-A PIH6T-CLAS8 COLORED l eook: bo waablne orlroalne; mutt star strata and have city referenee. A only in itore, DOSPttnw. 1SX "lTANTlD-A WHITE OIRL TOR OB.V- eral hoowwork In family of . WTtSth itnw. lStt yr TANTED-A QERMANOIHL TOR aKf- erel hotuewMk In a family of. Call bet. 11am and 4 p m at ITSS lSta at a w. Vi T ANTED-A WHITE WOMAN VQH QBN- erai wwwwwt. Ayyy ev i a i e. rANTBD-A OIRL TO 1H1 UKNBKAL houMwork for a aaall family. Apply at IbeS ftth at n w, l8t w 7ANTEP-A KKLIAHLE WOMAN WITH L k.ltii4 afutuinuiji oafutlslii ik tr a n ura f boUMWork; inn rind a 'irood home la . maU family; lair 5!7 4baw It St A7'TB0 (KKJDWOVANTO COOK and I do eeoentl aouMwork fur a ftmily ot ; meat brliur ecod refereoce aud stay niirbta. Arly tmaJatnw 11 W WA NTKU- ITU AUKiS. w TAMID-WrUATJOK BY A CnUtRgp I irirt to da ganaral haa&ewor k fur imul family or washing to do at hotae. Ceil MUM -irATSD-MY A MBafBCTABLK UtL'O 1 1 man. a altuatintt ia private family or store; good refer eauee. Call or adore SM L U a w. UWt A 7ANTK0-VY KnaFMOTAiiLIt COL'D I women, maeee; on w nut, urn ui va4etaa9y. Call at as eaamnermaui in a prrt ttlTBkt i rAITD-A PLACE TO COO AMD Alt t eiat is waeldag and Iruaiag Call or ad Areas IMS Uaton Court a w Mat AY 7 AVntD-BY A YOl'KG LADY Of riUt I ediuailoB. eawloameat uf aoase kind- Adda84ttate. tat A7AhTBD-BY A L-4DY, StTUATlOM A t copyist or to teach beebuM SaeUah, Hferenoee ex.baaaed Adifreej lll (UK SON. Beibeeda. Munt. to . 3sd. Kt W LTX JITEH-BY A BBSfSCTABIJI WHITE or parlor maid: private family; reference ghrenV c)l ur adJrae UtT Tth at a w 11 AirAMTID-BV A KBaPECTABLS COf'D 1 1 woman, wa.aiiyt uiuh auaae. ntuw addMes aw Brook's tourt bet at aad ld.o and ritiiv tt-at WANTBB M IWJBI.I.AX HOCa. raw PBnlaUBfJt attalete. WiTkt auaa mw, naod ejeaasor aervteeand '" ohtas Hahurabia. In the HbvT laUIUMate. tor sent at Veav sasee to 4t claas tamant. Aily W bTOaOh BtTCbUb-j, s he BnUdiag. or yhASib' bUUm eawerw vuat ALUi'aitt.L.tV5;a. ITOat AUB-A BUJUY GOAT. W AOOM ASi U r h aniens 93; a bargain. lauire 0 at A CAU-aUB- MIts. Hit aowalte. rfand 3 hud Uga; wt" daubed; lull alateri,, i-aAtrut atJgAitto tetter; 1 bruheu untie and dikubln. u..i aJntldof sintbing. iMtmUmi D oil LETT. Adatua. Jeleraoa Ouanliy, V. 1 COlbiTKY StKAL, HBTATM, T70aAUCA)OLT U ACiLCa OM j5 si 1' a eatanded, on the una oi the nek -. ton and Soldiers' Boom Railway, belru . l t the aatau t f tua late chtor Joatice ou aowoaUed''aUaewJtxl.aaodonnuri. tur IbveaUjia. Ttr permiuLtra. DT--buulre U CHAi'iM BBOV9. 333 ti .: . " FOR RIM -KOOtr rTfH t NrtRNnRD TtO'lM. 1 .it' board. Call after 5 ' 'nrfntr 1S-3'. I' rth o'cTrci p n at ii Pr1T-5irt I? .Blrrhvr hc.lri"-i RiaJrhwrhopd aw Y Ft'rlSTSMTJ HACK hmt and g; nttW it iiistfi rtn . tt-tfl -fi"TR MST -fiTrR MST .'FIRS 'IED SD tlXKtH ju mw n iidthir ai ear? renrra raainh tnth .tm. floor; ? twi ;rer ferenn V1XX are t rsT-t,iR, vxrtht nrvwirri j; rorTP on st-i atirt w floor, wttn nrn cras table hoard term reaenaable. tVt n aw. TTOR MtltT-J LARTIC. n?im.T. rtn- r' taiwfl nTifnmtafieri mmhi OB Vfl nOor, afroreom on id floor. Apply lH16trint n ,TJtt RCTT-W llTH ST N W. rtslt. arrd I. dalithtfril jd Mory front rotwM, with board: prodnct frch from the farm. tft 70H HINT -157 WLTJMBtA T. JTR- L nwnert or nnrnrnwneu; mitinie ror honstheepinr. Call after p ft, TTOR ItBST t VNFTKST8HBn Ron MS: U oath, beat and mi R st n w after 4 o'clock. Jts. Innnlrc at 4P1 ii ?i T?OR FENT-1SM LST!W,HAlfD)MRLT I1 fnnlhed rooms; sraffle or en-nlte: for pace and arete flrw: near the Portland. iVR rist-8 rorummnn rooms; mif or en nlte. MM lth rt i' i TfOR RBNT-AT 1M4 Q ST ! W, t OR 1 .L laTfe. band some, W tory rooms; boar I irdtwtred. it at J TOR RKST-rtlCBLY HRttSRBD FROST room with board for cent and wife or t a-ent;aionnnirn!nen rooms witnor wirn r.ot board SIT tth st n w. lift 170R BBNT-WlMODArcltS'S PARLOR. J1 148 T4 t n w may be rented a reason able rate. Including heat, Ha-ht piano and at tendanc f, for clie, readlna, eocletle and rlnh The rendlnr room and library are open to member from 8 a m to 18 p m Monthly membership tickets for ale at II brary MART DBBttA. aecretarv. 9 lw rort rf.ntiiousrs. R RENT-UNFURNtSnKD- tm m t n w, 15 m smss 141S Man are. IT ra ami stable urn W 1T M t n w. IS r IN ST ISWMStnw. IBra imoo lllTMaaTen w. Ur lrm 14th st ex., is rs its oo isoetlrrnw. ICrs Its oo imi2itnw,i4rs loooo IMS Conn are nw, 11 r 91 sr lT18Qatnw. lira P0 m lTUQotnw.ll r POOD list P at n w. It rs SS M 17P9 (J ot n w. II ra 8s W 1WR1 (tnw.lt rs , 9131 1TW Corcoran st, 11 rs 75 00 1TM Corcoran st, 11 r TS 00 140 N st n w. 10 rs M00 lK614tbstnw.Srs s Lafayette !qnare. IS rs 14& 8tonchtonst,9rs SO 00 wsojsth'tn w.Trs as oo lfOB Tth stnw. strand dwit MOO 14M Florida are, Srs 8f 00 ST (1 st w. 8 r S00 17S1 Slst t n w. 6 rs 10 00 Tbe aboTe hoo'es can be exmlaed by per mit from our office only. THOMAS J. F1S11EH ACO., lMlFst.n.w. I70H RENT-NEW STORE AND DWELL ! Itgonthe aw corner lttb and C stss w O. C.OKEBtf. 10-lw 90S Tth stnw. JpOIt HENT-TWO I1RAND NEW S1X ! room frame hoii'es, high and dry loca tlon; near churches and pnblln aohool In I'Blontown. Inqnlreof A. llKHHEND.tMH (t a w. roit s.tr.K iiousks. 170H hale-In aexandrTa.voToom X frame house, Jast flnltblnir; Hydrant In yanl; lot lSillV snue home; prloe, JHio. Ap ply to K0I1RKT J. THOMAS, Hoom No. 3, 613 IMh at. IJMMl bALE-TIIREE OF THE CHEAPEST hooKS In Washington, 100, 103 and 110 lltb at n e; two-story and basement, brown stono trimmings; T rooms and bath; electric belle and gas; price, l.'0 eaeb, two oasb balance to suit or trade for good lots. roil I4AI.K A.NIl KK.Nr pJCAL ESTATE ilCLLETINl THOMAS E. WAOOAMAN.91T 7 street.: Changes made Wednesdays aad Saturday". 3-bTOHY MUCK AND FHAMK HOUSES FOll BALE. lOUlOthstn w.bb.ml, 10m SU.000 tTWMstnw, bh.llr W.OCO atiTOatn w, bh.ral.10rs 8.010 llSBSthstn w.bh, 9 ra 8.000 ll lwundary at n w, f h.Brn T.ioo SHistnw.nn. lira vu 1IlTit,bb,Tr 6JSM HSSthst n w. bh. ml, 8 rs 4,TV) Mil aits Tth st. bb, water, S re I lisgtwtbstn w. bb.Sra 1J00 9-STOHY UIUCK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR HALE. sasntts w. bh. 18 ra ttvnOO tlSUttaw. bh, Trs 8.500 lilt and 111 eta U s w, b ti, T rs, and 1 f hrear S.000 tosaadswslltbataw, bh.mt. ra.... 5.600 404aml4tS Capitol at aw. fh.Sre.... iseo S4taad34lMttaw.fb.4rs .oo lsestoMllMdaveaw, bb.Srs ,0lo SWGataw.f h.Srs 1JS0 tosesCaiiat.bb.Sni 100 00 alley Let Q and II, 9th and rth tta w,f h.Trs 1.100 Alley bet 41 and b, II and I ataaw, 4 rs 900 W 15-1T llurke's allay, fh, 4 rs each.... fuo Rear334X stsw. f h.4 n 000 UNIMI'HOYBD FROPEHTY FOlt HALB. Per foot. Part lot 3. K at. bet leth and 17th sU a w.JI 50 I. at. bet 15th and leth ate nw 3 00 y st. bet 15th and lsth tta w in lot b at. bet M aad N atan w ITS Tth st, bet R and S U n w 1 TS Mtbat, bet Land HtUaw 1 50 Mthst, betEandPstaa w 136 Daubartoa ave and Heart st, SSth aad 3lt atsa w lit O at, bet IK and 3d sta a w 1 00 Mount Pieaeaat 44 HOUSES FOR RENT. FerBtenth. 13 H.t a e.Iw.in Stift) 13NHttw.M 0O nam tn w. 11 n taaj fpper part IMS V t u w, T w 39 00 lHr part UH Ptn w.Tw IS W Haw and 19W Stn st a w. t N W StElapt.7M U I'BfernartSk Hetaw.tH 00 10 lath at a w. S rs 3900 KMDuio, n U80 SttMdavesw.Sr IT 00 StTNtnw.m MM MludiaMha4BW.4 m M aajInuiiulHiiiw.lH 13 09 1404 Md Mve a a, S rs. .. .. . 1 ----.--- - T J -- IS w um MOO woo MOO 19 99 ISISCatSW r l:sNatuw.4H barl35 -' 4s Uw.. .. Part upper jart 1SH Iriiw.tn. 414 1 18- K t a w, i M LOAN4J. U lami M saw at a per i Tia ufl as ojut n 1 laaeeertr asase fur A VAN. aa maka. fat tu mi u a tbtf r i T. m. HA , IKktTT MONHV TU LOAN. riHI LOAh OM KBAL BarATK. SMJ99 1.M9 0. v baicsui. SHTth at u w le-iw TV lOataWWUlANOiJ itBAL BSJTATK OK ii tail Bimw .tewatiaeas at toyeat rates, of ijisriasl, Mdala waammwrteji(oud. M OJiWI TO LOAM Oat HtMiB BCtlKITT imB08v.4WUate. aM0"0"' lit AU. SDH. TO LOAii OS BJKAL BaWATB SBCUaUTY. at t Axe Mat omtf. AlOkiaY TO LOAX All On ADDrosai ,w. n. 00." Fata tg SVj kf aa ygaeutAL, kT WW Ui eVSTIJ. W FAY " taUnT nBSeBSblsl aaasna 4BBanampv isintummux, uf u,mvam 1AW ' bAteeS. Mamhar of WMahliaaHeiii hXuti Kafawwasie AU letaa uul aeenriUaa heaKSil aa4 aeU. I shiigtoi nss mm AXiiti.r Axn rAnritntr m.itk. niAtn. OBO. HYTetAL. .Tn.. m Tth t. n. . FFBP A. fHSIJrT. 3M h t. FJtAJCtt tlLLfri ST T h ST Tl. . SBASABAS. RB1LLY fK) , T91I Pa avs. Ll.Mroj,iyaTtht o o.RtRnt.rls, iron 14th t n.w. .i.vTTot 1: rtK.titvfm. A 711R1tmiArl.4tomh9t. Atctinxiitins. prrA!)f? HrWW., cnr. tth nwd P t. HI 1.1.1 Atttt JW... J P. SCAStOrl, h D ti W. I ll " ; m-.Aiiim. EDWARD 9. SCHSlttrT, SIT Ihth t. tl. . !-. HARTBRECRT. Ilffl Tth St. nnr.nitHs pimrr nsnwrxn CO . TW-8 1"Wth C t MjRiyW,Va.aT ICH BBBW. ASS'5. raa ak erf T. m UIWMVB tWlt A ith Del. aSnIRTOIIW BU9C .tt i.itmhtaNHirrsat.eharNtI.st .W.B. ana a. a -l r i. r:rr -itj a' r : -; ' - ! I'. IA1.JIB1 MlR, ei5-4tl B t. s W. IOSALBlW!10m..W'lthn W. .OJtAT BttBW CO. m 11th t a W. TPKSATK BVRTROI rirrn.'f. H. B KIRIWrrOD. 14 n t n. w. ntMPHRRYS. 41SI8tht n. W ABLHBBRI1L7t''St ". HOB HOLTEMA 9. 141 . T. ae. J.H RDSPBLU 13 8 st n.w. LEW NBwSeTBH, 9th and Pa. are. a. w. DRlvBR, en Pa. are. 11. 11AOBRTY. HWPa ate. it A tit: MS. 8CTlNmDBR.4l8Irt n-W. tirn,;.v. TRB ARLINGTON ROT. CO. Tth and K n.w. it 1 m: its a. i ni.vTi:rno.vi.'. J.U. RBJStSQIH I018imht n.w. JOHN STBINLE, SOS B. Cap tt. 11VTTf.1t, r 111: its 11 .1 xn turns. JAS. F. OYSTER, Pa. ate. and th St. llVTt' units. A. LORFFLER. MOW Centre Market 1 DOS. T KBANB 49 to M Centre Market. J II. BUtCIl BR. 339 to 311 Centte Market. tDW. HR(X)BB1 -S3 Centre Market. OTTO c BCPPKKT,9l 93 Centre Market. A. J. jllLKY.sar SB Centre Market. it ir rot. us. OKO. S. ATWATKR A CO . 114 145 Pa. are. OVEtlMAN WHEEL CO. T 13th stHW. O f I TS, Slid US AMI It Lit II IlltS. 3. It MORvVN, 434 th st. A 1.. HAZLEToN, 4Ttht. St. bTHICKLAMi.aSfPa. ave. (JKO. W. ltlill.TIT Market Space. HOWELL A Sll'llllAY.9w;iht n. W. dOHN C. M II.LE9. jr . 9IH llh St. n. W. L.IIMLHBUN!,4KTthst.n W. .1. 1100L. One Price !-boel!one. 789 Tth t. NATIONAL HOTEL 8IIOR STORE, 499 Pa.av. II. WALKER TUCKBII. 19 Pa. are. JOS. A. IIRPETTI. SIT Pa hto. a. e. SI.OItEENIlAUM.3131 M t. II. Hiril A EON, L1W-1 Tth nw 11 A A' K IIIIS. IllfifiS A CO.. Pa. aye and l.'th st. LEWIS JOHNSON CO . 194h ami Pa. ave. COHMINA SIACAIITNRY. 1419 P St. HATEMAN A CO., 1111 P st. n. w. WM . MA 8E A CO , 518 9th st. WtlOIIH A CO.. 1108 F t. M. w. LEWIS O 1 F.V. KbllURY A CO . 133 F. ll.l.Vfi'A. CENTRAL NAT. HANK, Tth t and Pa. arc t'lllZHNH'NAT HANK, SIMMh St. AT. MfcTI OXOLITAN RANK, 813 lJth st. SECOND AT10NAL.fITtht n.w. COI t'MIUA NATION AU 911 F st. n.w. NAT HANK IIRI'UBLICTth and II sta. PAHMKHb'A MRCH 'SNAT .cor. M and 31st. IttHlliS 111. IT. IIS AX It STA TIOA'llllS WM. IIALLANTYNK A SONS, W8TH1 st. A. K WII.I1AMS.MIHTlhat.n W. W. II. VORIIISON. 1394 P St. CHAPMAN A TAYi OH. 813 Pa. ave. nw. KASTON A KUPP. W1 11th st w. tni'i:r ..' 1 w;k EMPIRE STEAM ail 5 Mass are F. II. YOUNHH. 1 Wt I'a are n w. I .1 A Ul'l IIS IMI A MX I A IIS. M. O. COPELAND, m tilts at nw. cash iti:iitsri:iis. NAT 1. CASn REGISTER CO. loth A KsUnw. c.iHj'w.YTi.'Ks ,i.vi nuit.niiiis. ALEX. MILLER. ll Ohio ave. DAItllY A DAVIS. 138 15th st a W. C. A. LANOLKY, 310 19th si n w. civ., itixr.s ax 11 itisAxtni.-s, TO KALON WINE CO .Sllltthst. r ti its t:r voitit uc toil M. C. WHBLAN. 18 F at. c.ir7:j::f.'v F. FREHND. TtK94h st. n. w. II. J. WBYMAIt. 1894 lttb st ALEX. FOKTIN. 14MM lith at B w. CJAlTIIIKItS. VICTOR E ADI.BK. WT S9 Tth BW.eor.Maes.ar. M. KAUFMAN, e rntr Mh ami I ate. s. I. llASIIIl'HnEK&BONr.atll'Rave. N.Y.INB I'NICBCLOTHlNa.SllTtfaat.a w. OOLDKN BAOl B CO , ll Pa. are. 9. a. W. Ni'HDUNlBR.3IOT Wat 11. w. B KM II A M)N, 1344 I Ttb BW. c.iKf.if:.v. AM'REW J. JOYCE'S SONS. Warerooo. lO)30Conn. ave ; Factory, I WW lltbaw. W. F. OKYER,4S Pa ave. Also baraeea. HOHl-K AND CAKKIAQE BAZAR, m-t La. SkDEKMOTTA BHO.. 310 Pa. ave. B. w. S J. MBEK, No 931 Q st a w WILLIAM WALTER'S SON, IllhamtCaUBW COOK A JABOE. 3916-9 M St. A. H. ORBtJORY, NY ave and Mb St (Busl neae Wagona CUXrUVTlOXKMS AMI C'.lf'K.S. J. rvmULU 1435 N. Y ave. T.JAKVIB. 498 9tbt. BINKE A MOD. 51094b t. C11AS. V. FlJtlt-CHMAXN. 1110 Pa. are CAMS. TEMPLBBOTBL.9tbt.ait.U S.Pat.Oaaoe. 1 Hb. NEW K01 AXDOAFK. 3taU at. ELKi' IUMNQ BOOkUi, 999 fa. are. t H. MCTKIXKHjI. HrVLFB'S, lies Pa ave. PI EI DIKfl A CO.. 4 Pa an. GILL'S. 139 r at. tllBLI Z A CO.. ecr MSB and F sta. n. w. BBtNAHAX A CO , tMTtSTit. a. w. P M TOK. 1TS9-41 pa. . a. w. EMMlstTS, 419 Tth t a w. A . Ql TiJniiUiT. WUjah U- a-w. C UXrXV Tl Kg- KIIOLH.1A mt, U BBII.L. 417 Wh t B.H.E. pgl'HBibitl.Mt Itthst. J IMHMts. J Atom. BH08 Vm Pa ave. HKCIMAIHM. BBh'ttY F IBM. See ttah nw. 1 11 - 1 T UMY UU4IUS. JOttX U. aaUMHr. 3144 M at. W. V . SMFarTBI A aiaW. 919 Pa are ljtbatlTaeil Ajlp.. 439 to a at n. w. siATOK PBBBYPa. ate. aad 9th a. TBtaf J. LTTTtILUlePli ave. JOUlieOfc A LCTniBLL.Tl.1 Itarket Spate. T. BEIHHAUrT. w Tth at. a. w. S S nbBBL. 1999 Pa uve. .BO. P BABJUH. 819 Pa. ave. a a Ii BUBTB A CO.. UMTthat BW STaKX-h BBY Mi D6 BOVsW. flBM Tth B. W. w D clabk A 0.. 811 Mathet Snaee. UBO. COMBS, UiU tilb at. a. w. CBAIii A JATavtsOJC, AU9 Mat. a- w . F bJtrtB. 3139 Vat aw. BXBaf AK'e BatPOBlUM. 433-T : at a w M KOUKatt A BUD, 1139 Tth at a w UMMuittrs FBAbK P. WU4.BH. 751 U t z. o. tiiLLMAV. sar ra ate. T E OUBAM tjUt Pi aAWsX TVtOTT. Pa- ana, Twuta aal Bute! aWhalttg BOHBOPATiilC PHABMACY. WST at- GBjU A BBWrLKY. 1Mb and CuMlOBM et G J. awTHOBW. set.or.BM aad 0 at, a- w BJUbBtTBti A BUIOTT. UH Uthtf. a.. V. . BM?I- eVb and X U aw c cbbJstUiti. m Wy .GCbAMNB eorsiYaveaadtsht luHN BSAAuB. m Tth at a W- maf aia'"iaBea taw. K Y ave 11 at u bt. AA4ilA' A ft ir. fatllfAat. J t,Bt bSAA. jr. Msaraav. i f AUM. I.I-A4A tW yxi a 1 at I L bBKBAJtU. mi Pa evi.- -" AXJtt lit 4.i.Atl't WACAt 4C JtiJtk kovee A MABBAK. MM Pa ave. I e. irffrr A tiAsPlf . It oomti;i BiibTiu CTiu vu. vm rat- AltJaMAfc. Ato tlliei. Aft VvBUaor'a AfttT nTOBB. uaa Pa ave V TvanBEgOFr liil Pa ave and ill and sueTtbat n v A tut A W II i. 1 Mil Ki'lk Mil ' A b R"PLSY mmm eusiXESS oirectory : 1 t.OltlST 3. B. tALL. 1 1th and a ts n. w It sTUDIOr. Wo F t. n. w A OX tiAJ1P.0.1l1Frttn7 A OArtPEtf. in forn sre n . STRAI ss ft ( o , tn centre tarttct. JJJtft MtlBLVC rnMJhAxiK FltlBltgrl'S INS, f , Tth t. and Tat. t. fTtitXrltATIRB INSTO HSPat a. w ttrTftRAN FIRE l. T) , 8M 11th ... JTf.nS PlRB INS. CO . 1 Ml F st. NAT ITtt'iN FTItt INS CO. Wl U . ' I ?N Ol.N FIR INS CO em 9th f. ltrTOjIAt ITW. PO.,l!1ttMtn W. l'7flIJ. tKnn a ti ir ir. MrTWJiti 1. Can and m . WAS! a rno co.tth save. THOMAS' rnbw. lincsta . rixn, r i.rjf. .1 xn rn vt.tn v. B. A. noi.ntrtt, sti 9 centre MaHrat. I - -in i mi n '" -l i i i - ' ""- rr. M :. B N ORAY A CO. Me ave.betM A 41 ts. PfWOiilAC TmW WORR. SUB w ater st n . rvHxitvni: fRDBMAN A CO.. 810 1h st Tel . RT1. BOB D.MWtLaTTOfl tr.Tthst. msksni siarket spsce. SgrtlN A CO , ISI F st, fin. rrsyr Pa m OftCHA lO.!WI7tht. tut RDT A snsi mis in rtb st. MID A MTRRS. troT Tth st a BKumnstiiretroi st n.w. A at., met Tth n w 9. X. BROWN A SON, ror 99th and Pa are ft. J. LA! NT. MT 14th t. n. W 11.15 IIXTVHKS. SCrlV'LTE,riFlxlnreii,tlilsFst n w. 9. S SR BOD A HRO . 4W 9th n.w. PlnmMnsj. B-AP. MITJDIXAN. 81119th St. n W. BROOKS. 591 1Mb n W ri hoc t:its ii no i. i:s 1 1. ;. JACKSON A CO.. 898 Pa are. J. C. BfOOOD A CO.. !i Ia. are J. L. B tHBOtTR A SON. 814 18 Pa are. HILL A CO . 899 La. are OBO OFPCTT. ST1 1 1 M st n w RICHARD A CO. IM8 Pa ave nw. tlllOV llltlKS. .1.9. REDMAN, Mh ami La. are. N. W, IICRCHELL, ISSf. F St. n. w. J. K.CLBAKY. 595 11th St. n. w. gLPHOrWO YOUNGS CO . No. 498 9th St. ti.W. UMB A CQ8Hr Market Space. K, MAURICE CtWlPLKY, Slst and M sta. W. R. BROWN. mh st. and Pa. are. A. O. WHHII1T, 1889 lltb st. n. w. ,INO T. LORE. 1534 llth St. n w. II. W OFFITT CO., 39d and N st h. W. II. H. KLLIOTT. 1MK) 14th t. w. A. HEITMI'LLKR, 1333 llth t.H. w. TIIOS KNOWLRS, 1904 39)1 t n w. S R WATKRfl. I.IMTIh st n w. F M WALKER. 9W La are J R BRYAN A BHO. 808 Pa ave. OEO tt KENNEDY A SONS, 1909 F at n W. BHOWN1NOA SlIDDLBTON.SIOPaave T H WALKBH A CO, 948-80 La are. A OABOLUACO, 1319 Tth t. NHSIlBA, 899 Pa ave. W K A1IHOTT. 1T91 Pa ave n w 1IIMAX JIAIIt in: 1 1, till. 3. HOCHON, 9 14th st. n. w. S. IIKLI.EH. TWTthn w. jiorni.s. N011MAND1E. 13th and list. AltUNOTON 1IOTBU Vt. ave. ami It st. WBLCKRH'S. 15th st.lwt N Y ave and II st). A UNO. 18th ami Istnw. B11HITT IHiUbB. 14th and Pste. StETROI'OLITAN HOTEL. Pa ave ami 8th St. HICtlB HOUSE. IMh and O te. n. w. WOIUILK . 15th and II st n. w. CONtlllBSelONAL IIOTBL. Capitol 11111. NATIONAL HOTEL, Pa ave nml Stb it .ST. JAM BS HOTEL. I'a ave ami 8th st. THE HAMILTON, llth and K st n w. timvi.s imi i:i:sTAVicAxi. MOllOAN HOrsK. soil St., above N tm BN llol'SK Pa. ave.. near U.S. Treasury. MT. VBMNON IIOTBL, t Pa ave. n. w. THE HELVIDKHE. Pa ave and 3d st. F.MMirr HOl'SB, oppolte H A O Depot. COLl'MRIA llOl'Sa;. 10th and KsU I.ANOS (MORGAN Hoi iBi.SWe M st n w novsf.-rt itxismxo ittions. THE PAIR, s n. cor Tlh and 11 s a n. w. JIAItXKSS AX i noitsis mums. LUTE A PRO . 49T Pa ave. K KNERVHIASUN.ttBTth II A 11 It a hi:. KAHHKK A PORi, llth and O at. P. P. MAY A CO., SSI I'a. ave. CIIAB. T. CARTBR A CO..80U Pa. ave. JAS. R. LAM RIB. 1415 N. Y. ave. W. WAUNRK. 3Tt I'a ave. P. A. bCHNKlDBK. I'a ave and 14th st a W. L. II SCIINBUUK'SSONS, 1008 10 I'A ave. J. R KENDALL 318 Pa ate. ir.ti.i ix a hoc i; it 0. 1'KSK.UI.VO A SONS, s.8 9th t. ic i: ho.mi'axius. TKANSPAMBNT ICE CO.. 397 Water St. nlEAT PALLS ICE CO.. 994 I'a. ave, 1NHBTBN11BST 1CK CO.. Pa, av. aad lath at A1SWKI.KUS. HARRIS A SHAFHK. 1113 Pa. ave. MOORE A LBIIINn.IK9 Pa. ave. A. L. SALTZbTElN, Ir ,596 Ttb St. W. S. TA PPAN. 994 91 b at. W. RRUN!MlBK.99Pa. are J. H. ALRIR'S.IW8l4tht, J.S HlJtCKPOMD.SiaSMst B. W. T.THOMPSON. 3113 Mat B. w. I.IMHVR lir.Al.HHS. X. J. Mr I.KAN. th and BU. bw. 1. 1 Mil. GEO. J. JOHNSTON, lOttttth tt a w. I.AM VS. MUDDIMAX. C A.SUbtthat B w J.AUX1IUT. WEST BNDSTKAM LAUNDRY. Tel . 9tt-t, CHAMPION bTBAM LAUNDRY. 113 Pa. ave, TaieeVaoeve 599 3. swiasi steam Laundry. unt p at. a. w. YALE bTEAM LAUNDRY. 599 Mth H. B. W. DEXTBKOTKAM LAUNDRY. 4t Cat. B.W. j.Aiiiiif rvHXisuixa auons. PALAib BOYAI . Mth at. and Pa. ave. IMJCGUi A BBO , 519 and 514 9tb at. a. x H. T. MliLER. leth aad Pa. are. I H HIKIh W. H LOCDEKMILk A CO.. UM 98 t. WflAI Ml. I' 1 miHht. U KOKGK L BKKN BK. Mats ave Ati;.v. rt kxihi:hs. O P BtTKBBTTB. 4 71b at. MAXICVHK AMI f Himif&HlST. MMK PAYN. W lath at. a. w , over Ks?AW! 4!as lth a aw HI 1.1. M ffhlKS, BgMf. COBBBTT. 4 Pa, ave. jirI.M.rs -i A I nxtitXHMMfi. bMEPtlaD A HURLEY, M Hth St. IXCBAY GO, Me ve. bet ni A is Ma. W.IJtA A-TS. lieaPii ave. 'aVtahSna,-aaraeflwaadlaaa.se- MMH MVA "aMlMMa " A SOK, tU aadM ats a W- M KltC HAM l.lti.uat. 1111 Pa ave iDOHV. itu Pa ave H. CTUKtrTtlK IS Pa ave am A- GBlBbBAI MB. :' Mb at. a W XOPPBLlWlUhst n w. AJ.VTXA. limn, fVHXACmUI. BA YWAB UlTVUllsaOlf. M 9th at- rnpai. aiipaspissaaismiimiip iu i I n iiiissTlennSM9BgaTai9Wal AfrLLf-VA-at). VtC. 1. C. HUTCBIVbtia. 9u Pa. e lattM BABAev 715 nbpraei nn AfXAiy.tJfV .IAN MM (A-TV 4SMaC. . hV ktBTBjL Wt Ttk at UlbFA'K WA ti. BjBWABD WWau. lhsg4SUBW. a-attAe-A'atb. m- iuu at a i ava MJtSatBw Lowrataw lltfc n at. S.tMUirtnw il suBAata- l vA4A4, mmmsmc MWti at runu It HH.U AiiAAtr. JOBBBOMTll.3ttiiidU. i-A W4At. TaJB BM Foi'bv itr. ai eMave. ,--. jjpjyjr 0W. F DaX.kl . 995 Pa v Kim r BLLla. 93T V i I'l.i" HtiKitlA'O 9"t.b-. F . -M11B . al. . S:S- MR haCBBC t-rrtrani msB. aHBKii gLT. IjBAJMML ' .lJ3!Up.iaB iyrxus&m .V.YleWsf t na.ai naXAB. tu ataraet irart fuwTEalnB. aiTtTaTv f f BflLiiaia. b3ab Washington business oiRtcr ):-y irf.rn i nt vn. Geo, WlLLNKTt. m (Hh st, W. M. PBWHpVsB, 1038 Tt St n. . A.M. Tt'BMAN. 1Tri-a av -. . i... i .i .ii , ,, ...iMB.iuwi.iifciiati.h. 1'lfKtt. n. jTOprWN.W v!t ilt. n. w. RASfOt A BCPP, ! I Ith t Trt. nitin w mw,. HAltf AWAY (Ur and Xn Xfcta? u . . Yfitffionl.ityBtr. wre. orncrJH n4P' WBStJIrlBTTKV, J7J:fy, rfttArX. ff.n. SALflDMJSAOri ;x BtClACHI.tn A BATUHI GT'RIItY 8TBVEN8, itritrs. .. i0 fit, HtFTT. f.t P 9VJBJB fBl.TA P,RAt.9T. 9fj ewoi Ft A BAI.l.IITOKR, 144 T St BO. Kl.ST IlKA.m. I tt. HELBf. 414 Tth st n r. I K PI R i AI l rin HRH. HiR 1tM F AMAH'S. SIS 9th t n O CflBORW A HtIA!. T(h Pd O m. HARTKTs,ronierP.aTe andltthst o. PATBICK OOh E, 4 Pa at. 9AUrrER,M)9 9thn W SASiD RB, M D St SASiD RB, 933 D ! gArrfCHTH.lten 1 iNRTBABRtll 3 f JOHNBON. m BWAONRB.tief nrcnT, mm penna av n w. IRNBR.tn9lst. tns nth t n w. h st n . Ht hhi:h mm Its. OrwifjTBAR Bl'BBEB CD , aajptth tt. S. . HOLMES A CO., 811 tth t W F DO Wit BV 19 9 L t , B? MiCAULLT. "Tally Ho." 918 iwt JrfJOst. PORTLAND STABLB8. 811 afrlMf Jf 7ae. J T PIUCB A SON, ' National ' sW-l 1 8v M. J B BltmYjlMHtt, 131 and C its tt w. JAJ) P BOWBN. 898 99 S T i W. SAS1I, JtnOHS, III. I SltS, ItTC fc.D. 8TONB.99ltthst n.w. mmxn MArntxils. WM. hTIEBLlNO. 1751 Pa ave. STOK. POT. STONE CO.. 3898 Water at, SOltA AXI1 MIXllltAl. n'Antit. S. 0. TALMBP, 1994 th rt. w. ..! II ONUS WEAVER, KKNGLA A CO , 344 Water St. stows. I'fttx triisAxtiMAXftrs. B, P. GUY A CO.. hW Pa. am. W.Q. BERRY, m tb St. Also plttmMmt. W. II. HaRHoVbr. 313 Tth t. aw. .sitoitrixn noons. f. .A. TAPPAN. 1013 P ave. . II. KUBHLING. 1908 m. ave s.tfii imt'osiT r o m I'A. x ills. WASH. SAFE DBP CO , 918 Pa. avt. NAT. SAFB DBP CO , N. Y ave. aad 13th St. STOllAOh UA It t, III) US It. d. W. KNOX. M and D st. nw. svjt. ixsritiMiix rs .ixn tkvssiis CHARLES F13HKR, 833 Tth at a. k. 71 ';n it i ti: its txu st'i'j'i.ins, THE REMINGTON, eor 4h A F st nw. ti:a AMt roft'ius. JOHNSTON BRO'S A CO. 80TI3 N T ate, MICI1ARD A CO. 89 I'a ave. 7or.s ,i.v iM.vt: v mm iis, C1IK. RrpPERT.408TthstBW. VXIIIIRTAKIIHS. JOHN R. WRIGHT. 1357 KMhstB W. JOv. OAWI.RK. 1T34 Pa ave. Tulophoea, 131 H. P. HARVEY. 998 Pa ave OBO. F El'HIIOIIsT. 390 Va. ave. t. C. P. SISOUHNEY, 1110 14th B W. GEO. W. W ISF, 3M0 M St. JOHN M. MITCHELL. T45 llth W. JAM EST CLEMENTS, 10T39dst B, M. ROTELBR. TV) th st J. P. R IRC II. -vi M st. Telephone, SSTH. J. II. nABNEY.4llLst. JAS. II. WINhI.nu.', Wd Rat B W. KW BARK RR. 814 llth st n w. W S SIGObRNEY, 158N 14th st n W i.tKMirr srosn. BOSTON VAHIK1 V STORE. T99-9 Pa. ITS WOllTtHt.lls AMI fttl'lTS, OENlBL'8kOXM. 5sm Centre Marhet, it ixjix ami i.iouohsh'jiut.h- sai.i:. THKHHOOMAKEKCO.. suooeaaor taiheo- maker A Hevtzosc, 1331 3 E tt n. w. CHRIS XANDKR, M Tth at. CM AS. KKAEMBR. TTTTth St. JACOB XANDRK. 1313 Ttb st n w. M. P. MORAN, 3011 M st n w JAS.THARP. I8 fot a w. RICHARD A CO. eat Pa aw. I'lltll'OSAUS. SiHOPOeULB.-rKALED PBOPOaALS WILL J be received by tbi IKarmnatast ttatil 11 o'eloek a. m . on MONDAY. .NOVlMMBR 17, ledfl, lor rnrnlsblng the CrMmlcwl tHvtaion wttk apparatus and upplles for the re aaalader of Ibe enrreat bal year. A Met of the apparatus and sapplbM desired and all aeaesaary Informatton to bidders will he far nlsbtd by the cbemM of the Departnient The privilege U reserved to order any add tloaal Items acoapted on tbe anme tersaa and alao to rejeetany or all bide or to aeeentaay Crt of the bid offered J. M. BUSK. ' ryol Agriculture. 11 'ji TAEPOT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE, aj w aaaiagton, v. t. , ,-ov. i. Sealed propcrala In triplicate, subjeH to usnal conditions, v. ill be received bete natll II oVIoek a. . I)'EMRKK 10. UP, anil then epeced, for furnishing, durtog the si i moalha eoaaaaeailBg Jaaaary 1, lets, aad end lag June 39, lrttl. aoch forage, straw aad bran a may be ventured pvefereeoe wtilbeglveatoartlelw, oi domestic prolac Hon or mainfaetare, roadttiune of eeaality Mteee (hudIns le tbe Dte of feeeun predacltoa or aaaaufaeture the duty thereon) being eqael All taforatnt&a re qelred will be futsUbed on apntkathia to this oBtoe. BavektbM i-oaUlBlag propoMi ahc aid be marked "Proaoeat for Forage anil Mraw." aid addreend w G. B. OllfD . Batty Quarternsaater fleseral. U a. A. Boiaet KIUUATIIINAr, LUCIUES. TaEatSLinSCKHLaf IJUfgUCB TU ltb Mr lfoftbweat. Beat and Me Ptaetkal Itatruott- i. 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