OCR Interpretation


The daily critic. (Washington City, D.C.) 1890-1890, November 14, 1890, Image 3

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn2008058170/1890-11-14/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 1 I, 1800
MEN OF MERIT
wmv ABOUT MffiSOHS WHO AM
WELL KITOWil.
IHEUTE'HflL-DUUHiTSKWimSS
A Story lllulnftg "JM" RUgm's
ChanwWfJstfc Kni-MM.
KCW HE HELPED liS FRIEND JIM MM.
Wh.n Ton Tell A toot the Smith Family,
Don't Forgtt .as J.i.tisgtrs
Mimmoth Marim1ha
Stunlty - Buttete
MBtWk
The popularity or tke lute Hnl"
I)nlneyknew no limit, says t Ira New
York H'wM. In his Inter days be pBt
the greater part of bis time in Paris ami
London, but be came back to Virginia
to tile. He was a man of lovable quail
tics, and he bad a position among men
of the world In London and Paris
'which few Americans have attained,
With an Income of if 130,000 a year, be
was entirely unspoiled by good fortune.
He bad literally pensioned off scores of
his old friends, schoolmates and distant
relatives, and their Incomo was always
attended to beforo bo drew bis own.
He spent vast sums of money every
year, but always In the entertainment of
bis friends. Ho was a man of winning
manner, handsome presence, ami his
death came like a shock to the great
number of his acquaintances In the
three big cities of tuo world, who onlv
associated bib name and memory with
Jollity nnd good living.
a.
Constantino Buckley Kllgore, who
kicked out one of tbo doors of the Houso
of Representatives is a character in his
way, says tbo wldo cyod "Man About
Town" of the New York Star. He was
torn In O.orfiln, nr.il when he was a
boy moved down In Texas, settlloR on
the line of what is now the Interna,
tlonal and Great Northern Hillroail,
upon which William Walter Phelps,
John S. Kennedy. Thomas W. Pusall
and other New York capitalists, who
built it, located a station and called It
after him the town of Kllgoro. No--idly
In Texas knows the Congressman
by any other name than "Duck ICII
Eorc. Ho went Into the Confederate
army as a private, and came out. I
think, as a captain. When be pot home
to Wills Point, after the battles had
ended, he was elected a justice of the
rr-sce for Husk County. Now
' lluck Klljiore" at tnat time
knew as much of law as the
culinary granger justice who set
Iks lltleation nmontt the sandhills of
J-'outh Jersey. Mr. Kllgore has grown
out of that condition since, for he Is
now one of the brightest and bralnlett
lawyers in the Southwest. When be
was elected justice of the peace he had
n typical Texas case to try as his intro
duction Into the judicial arena. In one
of the occasional squabbles down there
two of the chivalry had lnlsundersloxl
each other, and one of them had been
bond through and through with a
bullet from u revolver, and bad dropped
dead In bis tracks. Of course, the dead
man was wrongthe dead men are
always wrong in such cases and when
the successful shooter was hauled up
before the justice of the peace, who
happened to be "lluck Kllgore." to ac
count for his share In the affray, be
brought with him a score or more of
his friends, each of them bavlnic a sit?
festive shotgun slung over bis shoulder.
-
"Jluck" Kllgore's office, where be
nropo.il "to JUpense with justlee,"
bad not yet been located permanently,
so hu established himself In a big tent
near Kllgore and prepared to try the
case. The boys gathered In, and the
Justice took bis seat on a soap-box.
The evidence about the shooting was,
of course, a little onesided. The dead
man badn't anything to say, and the
one who had done the successful shoot
Ing bad a score of fellows to swear that
be was right ami justified. It was bis
lirst experience, ami the new Justlee
hardly knew how to decide the matter
consistently with the dignity of the
position which he held, so he made an
Innovation, even In Texas justice, or at
least In its form.
"Gtntlemen," said be, getting up
from bis soap box, "you have all heard
the testimony la this caw. aad kaow
as much about law as I do. Now. I am
going to leave the decision of till mat
ttr to you. As wauy as are In favor of
letting this youBg fellow go free will
kay 'aye.'" And the teat was tilled
with as uproarious lkuddag la re
loa.. "Those of you'cot-ilaua-l tha
justice, who believe he ought to ico to
jail for lbU skeotiaif, aav 'ho.' " There
was a elk V lag of the locks of shotguns,
aa the priaoaar's irieatU looked around,
but mm a was In the aaeeatbiage said
"no. ' And tke shooter went lorth a
fre hub. That was "Jtuek" KUgote's
tisateaw.
-spaakiag of "Buck" JCUgOM, says
the is we bright gosifpiwr, rewisub ia
of aaotsver good story, which just at
thi tiata will bear repeating. Jim
Joe lepsescuUid hi district at the Ilia
"Buck" was BoMduaUd fuf CvNsgrew,
aal Jofica occupied a scat ia the House
twit to William Waller Ptulp. Josms
took uta a ttkbaaj for the dhttUguishal
ittmtymiut, aad a very warm friendship
SMuag up between thctn Oaa day
Phelps, in the outran of use of his btU
MaU speeches. uae4 th French phrase
"faus paa." J oat, who was oast of
thtf n"tftt afctaaMva liatonnte iluring trw
delivery of th tnntrh, thought thai was
a nscst t-tas-oa. hut, using a lyafetl
.Vaaa, w aevar hnwteg aaatU of it
htiote, he waved on of hie fritta-lt
what it a-aaai- "Thni mmu," repltod
his iikad. out of fun, "howdy."
Itow, Jones was one of thaw whok
WMthal fellows who wood 'way u In
taw aiinste of the Teaaas of hit dtairic.
awl they were perfectly witting to sand
J-hja hach to Washington as taM as he
winked to go. Whaa the end of his
Vsun disMt; aav, however, he Obecaied U
m about Uuie to letun to his hoasa ia
osder to sea how usauers stood, for he
vat iuat as aasloua as war to retain W-.
aaat Mt th Houav- fla xeachnd hoitt
ia due tit, and, of couxae, a gaaatat
haadahahiag was iadiulgflj ia BmI
inataad of greeting the boys ia the old
fandMar way, -Howdy," Jlta would
ay "faux pan" to everybody whom he
att. The T--m couldu't uahe out
what was ihe Uitur ith Joucs, &ud It
Ufcu U be abiapcred nbuut lUil tic
a Uiuti Dpuilud lu WaatiLugtjii. ul
if it,,! vma the ay b.. m 0-jiu,i to
t . lLt bal 't'it.l ki.Li LLw al ii .u-i-
to arotd his being spoiled altogether.
Well, fhe day of the convention rolle-1
arotind, to which "Bwclt" Kllgore was
one of the dclwrates.
Tne "fans pas" exoreston hl
wronght great bstoc amons Jones'
most ardent admirers, and ft looked
rty much as though he wmiM newr
be able to secure the nomination. For
four days the balloting continued, amid
the greatest excitement, and during; th
night of the last day the town had been
literally covered with posters, even the
sidewalks were covered, beating the
worrls "Faux Pas Jim." th expression
li had snt-stltnteii for "Howdy." On
tli last day of the convention "Buck"
saw that matters were atmlng a most
serious shape, ami. knowing the story
of the faux pas expressl-m, got tip In the
meeting and explained the situation
from beginning to end. This was ap
parcntty satisfactory to the Texsns, for
In five minutes afterward Jim hw! re
ctlveil every vote of the convention,
ami was sent back to Congress with fly
lag colors.
a
Sightseers are beginning to con
gregate em the corner of Fifty-seventh
street ami Fifth avenue (m sunny after
noons ami stare at the mammoth build
ing which Is slowly assuming shape
there, says the New York H'arW.
When It Is finished It will be the resi
dence of C. P. Huntington, on the Fifth
avenue side, with a huge wing round
on Fifty seventh street to lw devoted
to Pi I nee Halzfeldt and the Princess.
The Prince's onus appear In one or
two places In the elaborate carving.
Two other corners of this location are
occupied by the great houses of such
millionaires as W. C. Whitney and
Cornelius Vondcrbllt. The third corner
Is the tcsldcnce of Mr. Floyd-Jones.
It was always supposed that Cornelius
Vanderbllt's house was an imposing
and Impressive structure, but nearly
all the houses thereabouts will sink
Into Insignificance when the Hunting
ton mansion Is pushed n llltlo further
skyward. Its size Is simply stupendous.
People on the second floor can almost
look on the roofs of the neighboring
dwellings, and It will eventually be one
of the landmarks of Fifth avenue. Cor
nelius Vanderbllt's bouse will appear
like a cosy French villa beside n vault
ing and baronial castle. The nextcreat
millionaire who builds on tinner Fifth
avenue will have n inlghtv task before
him If he attempts to eclipse nelghbir
Huntington.
-
W. T. Kwing, one of the best story
tellers of the Chicago bar, says the
Chicago Tribune, recalls an incident of
a joint debato In Virginia. The dis
putants were Fltzbugh Leo and Wise.
They we ro always rivals, but their de
bates wcio always courteous. On one
occasion Mr. Wise paid a compliment
to thu noma of Leo. If It wero not that
bis opponent bore that name, said Mr.
Wise, that opponent woidd not be In
thu field. "Had his name been Smith,"
said Mr. Wise In his peroration, "hu
Mould have gono to his grave unknown,
unhonorcd and uniuni!."
Lre replied. He said, personally, he
should Ilko to see Mr. Wise Governor
ofVItglnla. He lavished compliments
upon bis opponent In quantity until he
tired of that sort of play, "lint I w.im
him," ssld Lee, "how be trifles with
the name of Smith. He seems to think
that because a man's name Is Smith he
can never be anything. The Smith
family has helped to make the history
of this country." Then Lee began
citing tbo heroic deeds of the Smith
family from the commencement. He
montloncd each hy name and cave an
account of his deeds. "There are," be
continued, "Matthew Smith, .Mark
Smith, Luke Smith, Peter Smith, Paul
Smith, Timothy Smith and St. John
Smith."
Lee paused for the purpose of giving
his audience an opportunity of grasping
what he was driving at. In that pause
there came one of those breaks from a
drunken man which Is as often fatal to
a good speech as is the blunder of a
poor copy-reader or proof-reader to an
orderly and well-mannered sentence.
The fellow seemed to rite out of the
ground:
"Whwzermatterth Joba Smith that
killed Pocahontas?" be aiked.
It broke up the meeting.
"Whatever the result may be of the
Stanley-ltarttelot muddle," sakl a geo
tleman who has written extensively on
African matters, to a New York World
man, "It Is certain that public sympathy
and Interest in the whole expedition lu
the darkest part of Africa will cease at
once If the horrible revelations of the
rear column are not brought to a close.
It Is folly to claim for a moment that the
public can read anything so revolting and
ghsstly as the IUrlltlot and Jameson ex
pesures without a feeling of repugnance
to the whole subject. Major Poad, who
is a shrewd and adroit tactician, should
see that bis star obeys blui Implicitly
and cease to stir up the question of
Af'lcau atrocity. Students of public
affairs will remember distinctly
that there was obcc a great ex
wdilioB to the North Pole, and th.i
when the survivors arrived in this
country they were treated with dU
tlBeuuked honors. The public fol
low ed every word of the journals an 1
diaries which were puUlabed. until
i'Bt day there was a frightful sensation.
It was said that caanibalUui had boea
if sorted to ia an extremity by iheoittcars
of ibe expedition. Tbiee days after tbo
publication of tha horrible details,
public interest teased absolutely and
thoroughly in the whole question. Thn
wea dropped out of sight, their hooks
were unsold and their lectures uaat
ttadtd. Not one of thesa retained hU
Hie. TWre was a wave of disgust at
the ttveiatioas and then the whob suV
tret ww dropped at one. This should
he a warning to the eUaakyitea who are
tuiaiag out such Wood curdiiag stasias
with every revolution of the araase
nowadays."
To-Kanm Wiw Cuweany', alt iuur
Ututh ! aatthwasi, Is taa ylace (or ah
lovess of good CasMwnls "ill
l'liteta; lit Tut.
Jfimt It 4MeJ it fut.
"Thaw's a wan ap say waj-," said a
iviaaeat of Cbamaiajn aataat to a aastoi
aaaa. "who is ism awftdtatt, watsVedsMt
imam hi all Miehhcan nnd who - k
Iwarseavad."
'What hat h done?" qoetiad the
oMicaf.
"Stood m front of wy how aad
rallsd asa all tha had aasiaa you aaa
think gf."
Thisa uutfc coMBlalat to the He
cotdWaCoutt."
"But ha aaya hc'U Jack sat if I do."
TfciNal IsssnVVft UaVsi sUsMttefl &9K SJiialttlst
' BisU lA kv la fo taM0 &mL "
' Ajftll WgJ CfisaWaUssfCslibjbsf liMsW'
"Ym- IhUi VfiJU WaUsat hktM. TMIalttsssllli
-r" sF"psapa ssssaar BTaa,'iss
don't you'"
"Y a, of couue. hut 1 thiah I'M hit
Ftovldcaca take care of kirn- Tha
wkked can't fcwa on half thairtiays.
cu kaow. aad he's about id now.
Mat be this winter will fetch him."
, .
19 YOVM MUCH MM.
Or you an: tul uu ui. mUI ,4 i ruuth
iu. u u, (iiutrU ikliuuy 1 1
stuf.vi j it our mil nun.
A STRIKINfi EXECDTIOSER.
Stner VaHntin, tno Cnhn narteten
J)emnMd I1H llnck Sstsry.
Fram fit Xt Tori .v,,.
Cnba's pnblte execmloncr Is on a
strike. Pending the payment of a Mil
of ?ltn, beint a balance due from the
Government for putting an end to the
existence of violators of the law, Senor
Valentin stubbornly refnaea to accept
any more orders, lie has Informed the
representatives of King Alfonso's Gov
eminent that $17 a piece is a prettv
cheap flgnre for garrotlng people, and
he doesen't propose to be kept ont of
even this small sum. Among the
m brands who are awaiting their doom,
this dir-lslon of Senor Valentin has met
with the most cordial approbation. In
olher quarters, however, It la hoped
that the n-nor may lie made to see the
error of his ways, or falling which, the
Government may aereo to issue bonds
to meet the executioner's demands.
Senor Valentin has, however, another
gronml of complaint agalnt the Gov
ernment In addition to the non-payment
of his bills. His phere of usefulness
has lately been growing smaller
ami smaller, ami so thoroughly dis
gusted has be liecome. according
to advices from Havana, that he Is
liable to throw up his job, pav or
no pay. Ills contention is that if
proper judicial methods nreVAlled In
the Pearl of the Antilles his services
should be In greater demand. Unless a
reform Is promised In this line the ex
ecutioner's friends say that it Is doubt
ful If be will ever officiate aealn, even
shiuld bis little blil be liquidated. He
has therefore sent a polite but firmly
worded request to the Governor General
reminding him of the old score and em
bracing his suggestion regarding the
matter of an Inciessed supply of
victims.
As Scnor Valentin Is a particularly
talented gentleman In his particular
line of business, and, as It Is no easy
matter to replace him, It Is more than
likely that the Cuban authorities will
mske every effort to comply with the
demands of "Kl Vcrdttgo," as tbo
Senor's calling Is termed In Spanish.
Then, too, Senor Valentin has many
peculiar customs that havo endeared
him to the hearts of his subjects. One
of his most characteristic traits was that
hu always Insisted upon receiving his
"fco" from the hands of tbo criminal
who was placed at his tender mercies.
After daintily adjusting thu steel collar
about his victim's neck, Senor Valentin
would strt'tcli out his hand coaxlngly
for the $17. Lately, on account of tbo
Government's failure to supply the ne
cessary $17, tbo Senor has had no op
portunlty of Indulging himself in this
pleasant manner. Ho boars no 111
feeling on this account against the tier
sons whom he garrotcd, but be does
think that the government should be
more prompt In meeting Its obligations.
On account of his past attentions to
a lareo number of deceased brigands.
Sitinr Valentin does wit like to walk
aliout Havana unattended. Helatlves
of the deceased have frequently made
threats to assassinate him, and In cm
srqtitnce the Government furnishes him
two soldiers to art as a liody g'lird.
This, however, does not militate against
Ids claims for the $17 apiece for Ills
subjects. In turn, however, for these
guardsmen, the Government ues the
executioner as an advertising medium
to watn would be evil dorr, and when
ever he goes abroad Senor Valentin
wests a short cloak, on the b.ick of
which Is embroidered In red a ladder.
Intended to remind brigands and other
gentry of that ilk that there Is a straight
and narrow pathway to the scalTold.
To further emphaiue his Indignation
the executioner has refused to wear
this garment until his $170 are paid.
FEARED YANKEE INGENUITY.
.In Initauro of ItnelliUuioii' DUtrnat
fur Amerlcuii Alctlioiln,
The distrust of things American
which obtained In Kngland until not so
very long ago was well Illustrated in a
recent speech by K. II. Johnson, says a
London letter. He was describing an
exhibition of the Kdison electric light,
which was about to take place at the
Crystal Palace, London, ami for which
he bad made great preparations.
"A large party of prominent twople
were Invited and had begun to arrive. I
was going to turn on 1,200 lamps and
astonish the Britishers.
"Finally everything was ready, ami
the switch was turned, but no light.
I hurried dawn to the engine room to
see what the trouble was ami found
that a plug had blown out of the
boiler, wtilch, of course, lopped every
thing. "They don't do things la as great a
hurry over there as we do at home, ami
the English engineer said repairs could
not be mule before next mornina:.
"Out I Insisted oa repairs at once,
am the result was that la a short time
iy efforts were successful ami the lights
gave forth their Utilllaaev."
"But," eoaeltaUd 'Mr. Joitasna,
"thr wasn't a man in all KogUud
that didn't believe that it was a Yankee
trick."
A Tuflur'4 UurU!il.
nam rw.
Lean Uad haf you raally south a
sdroog aiiachMutat for ma, Iaae?
hebswide Yaw; it vas like a buttoa
sawed an wit silk'
iUanird.
CIMKl--t.BMrai.-Uu XttumU It. Ktl.
atrdsii. M.atib PoundtrX- K-Caurcfa.br
IbaBar Dr i. U FiHSairiiU. Mr S-Owulbu
I bwi lu Ml Martha LuuiM Isnm, bjtb ui
tliia city.
Elici.
HULK - ttb-kt4f-r.j.tavk
B. Hbriiiuf. jr.. un T-ii r warning, au-as-r
13-lam Mr. Ji. ln,ialruTMU
Ibawraa hrtec
lateraMat at -b-kvUto, Md.
MMJH.b--Oa vuveastwr it, !. its
a. at , Juha C'snolJ aailve of itouuir Urn
fake, Ireland, aatuved hiishsati ul trr Car
roll. Firl win ttU uiaee from hi I10 ru'
lnt. . Ttt r'uuttb trwtl utbl, ..a
Setudar ai a m . u.l (mat tkaaaa i-oul
to M. Patrkk' l tmrcb. nbu am 1U t
crittbraud. KUt) and IrU:tuis r ru
iwctiullr lav lied to attaaa.
F8MI.I Ofc-lii4dal. l LUwitr. --
Mexeadar n uriu.at ii a m . v- Jaauwl
T. FarKUMMi. Ika Udat aua of ' "apUUi WBlUa
P. Farmaoa and th late guza f Fruuu of
W-bi-tuB. pTc.
U SK6UU-I. -Ua Ttuwwtoy . Xv ,mx t.
law. t la.a.ukw rJ3ea.. - a
titttt toaib-ntt. Ifa. Knbnv4 UtiMMtowL is
raawalniMS bar Twrnnsr huuut. Wlbury,
r.
W0tM-Qa VadaMUai. Mosaaibar 11,
um.ieh h- Mumc, sfftaw rr.
rOfg.-autUiwuJj. ua Ttara4ar,aoaiiiMt
w. i. at o vb i a . VUaaatiSw ui t
Mil jfKr u lab tfafM.
Vweai auasW, .horanriwr w. at w
uV-K-ka w . front it late msliSB' "; Mo- -
a ktcet a"rtat. hvtatlrsii4irluahi(ii
iavtud-
lt4Ig-..- i'u Tbuiadar sauridaa Jtovlj
ia. Sm, at ' u'ew-k. .stand fffitahata. tht
aaaawer ot nana s" aaraa wwni, tg$
.aged io
HUTS -On TbaKi. SvaaM-u w. "-J
after skoi t uuuMa. aumaua awU4u aatl f
laatia. Md saara
SlfWUll - ua Vluuatey. MtwvwtMMr tl.
hear adinkal CfaariaM ateefiiia. fat Ul wait
tear.
vWea at Jofaa
ibiucb.
Mundav. Suac cr at ive'ctoc
Ur WWKit Sm
-On Thandai. Jtovuoi-
aiaartoM-c-
yu:.tiu
SiLriUr. liS-h Ltt urtt)l.
M,teet uuruii
MOW J
i'r'
Ut
hl- 1
.Ti, - " . rr, r . . 7 .v7
IWt W1UOK Ltf IW IXIV I.I1'J U(fM:a
I aUtatusdrUt. V ui .. 'J!-.t o-
il !rjy m..ri.l'i. i Hi itiiLa.1.1
.k htu&jly iUid lut v i :. .u.lad
1.LiS -uu Tli .( wv t . i.'u.- -it
M. - r.L it.' i ui . ' ' w t
fl ... 1 ,.-. '
FOfiT-N-S QOtfKLT XA9E,
wnt tWe Mnys In the Xwriw tllWB
9tay Iwr as Ever.
A man came Into the editorial room
of the nurrlariiirg Tftrgraph and firofca
ittryborl? up with this story: feveral
ytrs ago a paymaster in the ITnflwl
states Army Invested MOO In a piece of
Srotierl In Srnfcsne Falls. The other
at he M It for fM.ooo. The excite
ment that greeted this story had scarcely
ditrl awar. and the hots In the r.wm
wtre fanning each other and cutting
each other's hair to cord their shrills,
when another man came In ami told this
Mory. In 1P82 a Pennsylvania went to
IVcnver, and when he landed he had
ent ugh to any a tent ami a few mining
tool.
He went prospecting. mad a little
rroncy and then went bstk to Heaver
snd bought real estate. To day he Is
worth 4,000,000. The only sound that
greeted this story was a snceelon of
dull thuds as men dropped to the floor.
There was an hiatus of half an hour,
when another man came In and said he
bad just heard of a young man In one
of the mushroom towns of Virginia
who had Invested a Utile money In real
estate right after break fst, and when
he sat down to dlnm-r had cleaned up
$1,000 on bis purchase. There are
three half crazv men In this office.
Whenever a man cornea Into the edlto
rial loom he Is asked liefore he gets
warm: "How much did the fellow
make?" Then be tells his little story
and goes nut, leaving the boys as poor
as ever.
It is a r. t that the- To-Kslon wines are
the purest nxl ckert wines sold In the
city. 614 Fourteenth street notthwest.
Sl'KCtAI, NOTICIM.
irjaT'OFKHB OF tlH.LKUTOROF'TAXB,
s District of rwumbta. WhliH(tmt.
1). C, Oetot)r 31, IS90. Tax payers of the
District will take notice that the nmtentai ett
hn recelvnl thedupllrstr nt sesment it
thetaxe for the yesr emtlne June 3D, 1S9I,
and will be rcsify to receive tmyment of
taxes nt the office from am) after tb flm
day of NOVBJIHKIt, 1800. Otie-half of sahl
tx hdneNoTemher 1. 'MO. the other half
Mar I, JMi. On much of the first hstr of
said taxes ilno November, ISM), b hsll not
be t aht (lnttnc said month, a penalty of two
IS) rtrcent. will lie added on the flrt day of
oath siicceeHlne woLlh thereafter antll the
Mime Is paid, or otherwise proceeded with
the law directs. lhe Iawlmpte a like pen
alty for iMin-rjretit of econd half, due
Mnr 1, mi. If not rM within sahl month of
Msr. B. II. DAVId, Ctolleutor of Taxes, D.C.
miast.
jmjyENEJKltZBtt MOMENTUM
THE -AMBlIOltSKrOWBH Will
ONE-TENTH THE COAb,
WOKKIXO AT MBNHItfU'S. 1). n.
n.iaim
i3f"A CAW'
MK. JOHN NYAN.
CtTTIR,
Invites the dressy frMtlemen teeallat
KEEN 9,
til Ninth otreet, and tlce their ordur
fr a Mrttc1a aar-wmt. . oelUm
IKSIf-FKET HKIJEVKD. DK.WIltTR.
y uutiioronisT.
1116 rnaa. ave., oppmlto WlllaM's Hotel.
ThoiiMiiHla from far sad near vlolt Dr. White'
I'MHbllnliroent for relief from and nvohlanro
of corns, biinlooj, illel duIU nod all
.thr foot troahler. lIouri-.8a.ro. to p.m.
MiDdays.O to IS. Office fee, II per vtlt f.ir
puttlBK the feet la aood order. EstablUbed,
HU
KSIT LADIES : LAMRtr,! II)IBH I
Mr. Mcfaffery Is Ibe wily liat aad
tx-imct frame manufacturer In the city. Call
and ee her new nbaiHM. ltlwwliliitf aixl
prrMlmr. . traw and felt bata altered to the
latent style.. Orders protoiitlr attended to.
tooe O street ". W.
g-J. WILLIAM LEE
(finecisior to neorr Lea's Sea),
UNDERTAKER,
JPA.AVE.N.W
South -We.
Braaeh Ofltce. m Maryland ave. s, w.
KpfWUY '.NOT HAVE YOUK 8I1IKTS
Z7 made by one of the moat celebrated
cutters In Araerloal lrlees same ai tbone
third-rate eatten ebarae. P. T. I1ALL, 903 7
Un v.
WANTKII IIRM'.
AV
T ANTED- A RELIABLE SERVANT Who
i t'-u I'uok. wa ami Iron: one who will
HsynlebUiireterreii. int a i a w. nit
7ANTP-ACOMI'KTEST NUKSK POR
) baby I noalhs old and child t ytr.
m i' t a w. L'J
Y
TAJ.TBD-A SETTLED WOMAN W)K
i aeneral boaework ia xull family.
MUt brli auod refereacae. 1ISS Wh t n w
Y
r ANT ED-A NEAT. TIDY COLOBBD
woman to cook, wait) and iroa fur a
mall family; bet refcruocea rwjuired. Ap
ply & Maw aven w. It St
MNTKD-A FIaT-il.A- COCOK8U
i ctMtk: au waahlM- or irua: HUM atav
ulaiiU aad hale lily retereaee. Aoeir in
)i,
tore. lMr taw. w-it
rAMEll-A WHITE UIUL fOU WEN
eral uworK la latany or x. ji wa
t aw. ini
T&VTXU-A GKKMANlilHL fO.UIV
i rral kuuwuit la a fasti It of 4. Call
r
bet. Hawa-dipi at 17-aUth at aw.
y
T AN1ED-A WHITK WOMAN VOH 6ttN
eral b-nui Apply at ail t a e
rAVTEU-A til ML TO DO ti-K--L
i huiH,ra( fur a uall faailv. ADolr al
'
!.' Wk at u w. 11
AVANTKII SITlfATIOA'H.
w
rAKTIUMY A H-rLK OOlD
i nu. aalluaiMi-ai.tUiaa in wivaw
faailly or as porter ia ture: bit nttenmev
f uraUh-d. Call at taoalc liail, sb aad f
u w- M
AY
UniV-V 1 BEaPCT4LK ttM-'D
lrl. a ulaee a chamoeraakl or wlt
rt:tHtuf re-cioLuM; tal aiaau- Call at
rrsnaw. H it
AY
'4TS1-MYA KfkfiCTABLE YOi Kti
i aua. a attuatiua a driver for a doctor
la a prUU laadly. WS Ittb at a W-
-ArA-tTXO-SY A aiHtt-r4LKVL.l
I) i m, a phu'e where he will nave laaide
work to ( o;jsoU refere-t-ea WS T at a w
AY
rAaiUt-Ciri'ATtflkt Y A CUUNtSD
I ! u Ju ' uwrk. for aul
family ur aLB to dt at houw. Call li
ittuif. ims
AY
7AMEJ-Y A Umf:i.l.9 OtM-'U
I ua. a liuln ia rlvt family t.r
atote; aood refeitncr. tall r addreaa H L
ttiw it
ArATBU-Y " uaftd-TaaLE -ULii
1 vuaea. Uu; oaa aa cA. the other
coStaud ia a pr'vaic Umiiy. t'aii at
wrt w-lt
AV
raaTsir-A Hairtu cuuk asa aj
iat is wasBiHa asd man vau ur ao
i itai Vatou foiu-t a w wjt
A
FAVtBEv-ltY A YolatG LAO OV raw
.dm atioa. eaMdosaieitt of suaut kind
AAttt: aU UU t - e -'it
-ItrAS-TED-aY A LiDY.iTt'ATivai A.
1 lovjlat or to teavk hetwauia Eaiib
tjtcut eiLb-aaea. Adfrut Jt-. UlB
apX. Beiheada. Huac t u.. Md. IV Jt
3BB9MsV9MMsVMnBHRn99H-SV--MnHRSER
ysw Pjatit-ii warn, wiru
iea asaiar. aood etesator sancke pt4 1"'
(or taw at low rait W taa-talasa Maaut-
4wH m ruusj atwimui, & y
atauttaa. or ruxi luwam, umm,
ClMHiaaiU-ilUt Wf Uau
l a tfl'NDV loVHtlFDUlWFi'h
j. atalea and Xorrltoriaa. Si8 La. ' - -
y Ball
inn RKWTrtrro.sw.
lft SRNT-nANI)flO!ltit.Y TOPStSHKO
J; mars, ea nite. on 9A loor; bar wlmlow:
NtB; all crmverdenre; terms sswlerate. Ifldi
ntii t n w. uji
iton rtltNT-LAROR Wt.T rTRSrSBBD
.1? roowis. ln)r:c or en strife; ne hone;
eteettio hriin fpm heating; nvertooktn
Mikaril nerr Aw-rme -aH; exel1ent table.
frtgltst n . ' l Ijt
1?OR RBNT-HANDlOStt.Y T!t!TSrtBn
1. rnr'm:-.M fto.i; en suite oratntte; rao'l
erate rat,-; near Avenue ears, clnbs ait re-
rrtften;h,rdisamer. un.
froR RKitr-cimmiriaiiRo rMnosa
J: . with or without hoawf. Oall after i
o'etrck p m at ian mh st a w. lsjt
r)RJlBNT-JltCW.Y fURSWrtUD BAf 'K-
X1 wrtfT bedronni! treat and ira: ntee
nehrhtioi hood. Apply at IKS
FR RENT-S FtTRlSWirJRD ill FLOOR
rocm as parlor and bedroom; only
rented as vn,h; hath sania floor; r.'s.nnabte
reatj reference". ISSIIS Tave. lH
I.-'OR R-NT-t.AHB, NtrBLY frRStin'D
V rooms on 2A and Sd flors, with ftrt
! tMe liosrd; terms reasonable. 011 1
tn w. 13-81
TTnR RENT-8 " MrtOrC FINBt.Y FIS
J" lshid anfnrnlsB-d rooms on Sd floor;
sit'orwom on 3d floor. Apply lis tsth tn 'v..
PR RRNT-SOB ItTH ST N W. HBT. H and
1, dellrhtfnl ed story frnt room, with
board ; prodncts fieh fromthe farm . Ii It
VoR RB!CT-WltODAfOHS,S PARIlRS,
J1 IMS O st n w may be rented af. reason
able rates, Inclndlnr heat, ltht pMno and at
tendance, for elase, rendlnes. societies and
etnbs the leading room and library are
open lo members from S a m to HI p m.
Monthly membership t'ekets for asm at 11
brary. MART DBSflA. 9eeretaTT. g-lw
FMIt KBNT tlO-SrW.
lj;OH KENT-UNFURN18HKD-
1 M st n w. IS M MOSSJ
141S Mnss aye. lTrsnml stable aeo to
18.17 M st n w, IS rs 1SSST
iBHMstnw. lSrs mm
HI! Mass are a w. 1 rs Ir
Itthstos., 15 rs lft W
18P8I1 tl n w, IS rs 119 W
1614 flat nw, 14 rs 1 ro
1.M8 Conn are n w.ll rs 91 f
ins ij st n w, ii rs 90 m
ITISQstn w.11 rs nw
rini'stn w. It rs 33 33
inlstnw.l1 rs m 38
IWSlstnw. 1lrs 3331
11 Oorcoran st. 11 rs 730D
i:t4fPrcoisnst, it rs 73 09
itooNstnw. lets coos
ll(14thstnw.2rs
3 Lafayette S'nnare.l.'. rs
lW4.toti'htonst,tlrs , Mice
l.'30S9thstnw.7rs 33 00
l!W7tlit n w. strand dwjt ss K
14M Florida arc 8 rs 3 08
6370 stsw.Sr 31M
1531 31st st n w. rs MOD
The abote bouses ean be examined by per
mit from oor office only.
THOMAS J. FISIIKU A CO.,
ISSIFst.n . w.
IrOR IIENT-NEW KTOKR AND 1)WI,1.
: Ititon the s w corner ISth and C sts s w.
O. U. UHKRtf.
If-lw 3W7thstn w.
VOIt 1IFNT-TWO UltAND NEW S1X
I. room trame houses, Mr.li anil dry Iocs
Hon: near churches and public school In
Vnlontown. Innulreof A. UEI1RBND,41I
stn w.
Ftilt HAl.rllou.si..
JpOR -ALE-I ?T ALKXANDHIaV fritOOM
! frame honse, Jnst flnlsnlne; nrdrnntln
yard; lot lSxl13;snuf home; price, sou. Ap
ply to 110UEKT J. TUOMAS, Room No. 1. SIS
l-thtt.
I70R bALB-TIIHEK OF THE CUKAI'K-T
.L tiouses In WasblDKton, IDS, 108 and 110
nth st n o; two-story and basement, brown
ttoie trlmmlnits; 7 rooms and bath; electric
bells and gas: price, 8J.SO0 eaeb, !M cub
balance to salt or trade for eood lots.
" r6ll SALR AMI HUNT
TJEAL ESTATE BULLETIN.
THOMAS E. WA-OAMAN. 917 F street.:
Chapcee made Wednesdays and Saturdayi,
3-SiTORY BIUCK AND FRAME UOU8ES rOH
HALE.
lOISlCthstn w. bh. ml. 10 m SlVOdd
trsoMstnw. bh.iiM lr.wo
Stvrostn w, bh.ml.ion S.iso
liaasthatn w.bti, 8 r 3.sm
1141 Boundary st 11 w, f h,8ra 7.UM
Wlstnw.bh, 11 rs 8.NS)
lllSTst, hh,7rs 0.000
MStthitn w, bh.ml.sn 4,7'a
11 WMTtli -t, bh, water, art...,
U3th,tn w, bli.Hrs leO
aSTOHY I1HICK AND FRAME U0U-S POI1
. SALE.
esxllata w.bfi.18 n !UsJ
SIS Oat aw. bh, 7ra ,!
1114 and lllteth at s w, b b, 7 m, aad 1
f drear IK
406 am! 408 nth at w, bh.ml. ilw.... V8M
Wand Ms; s fapltidstsw.fh.6rs.... 3.CCS
34 and 34 1 Mats w, f h. In -.dOO
15 toiail Mdaves W, bh. M i.Wsl
kMOatsw.f h.3rs .Vsl
1 S fai st, bh.iM luw
80S alley bet U and II, Wh and Wh its
sw.f h,7ra 1,100
Alley let 41 and lh, II and I attaw.
4 re 909
SU-16-17 Burke's alley, f h, 4 n each. . . , 9S
ItarSlE taw, I h. I m see
DN1MFROVKD PROPERTY FOR HALB.
rerfoot.
Part lot 5, K at. bet 1Mb and 11th ts a w. it 30
L at, bet ISth aad IStkatas w see
IJ at, bet 15th and ISth ata 11 W 75
IWh at. bet M aad N ata B W 1 73
7th at, bet Rand Satan w. 1 75
aitbat, bet L and M ata n w 1 se
1Mb at. bet E and Fata n w 1
Danbarton ave aad Beall at, 3Hk aad 311
atsu w 1 IS
O at. bet Island Jd ata a w 1 86
Mount Pleasant 44
HOUSES FOR KENT.
rermaeth.
l-Jfall at a e. far.iira JIMM
li-l Hit w,ra U0
r.MM st a w. 14 M 33 01
I'ppt-rpart lMWPataw. 7 w
IpicrpartllMPatB w.7w W
le5 and tlttt t- at a w. n 3Ssl
SeuEtapat. 7 re
iPiwrpartM Hatu w.tn 'JIM
uao uth at a w, m m
SiDat ae. t s KB
Wu Md ave a w, n IT (M
-47 i st a w, r wsa
slla4llthln w, 4 ra 1 St
3r31 1'roaiiect ave u w, r...., UN
14 Md ave n e. 6 m 110
14381' ataw cm um
ISlfcNstuw.tM una
H.ar UtDI 'J7 ' 'i J. t a w WW
Part upiertart 1WI Eat a w. ra... 18 OJ
814 IS IS-ai K at a w, 4 M 1 W
LOAN-.
Ia hubs U aH at ( per Mat.
The above la oly a mHioa. ef the BianKy
aa my hooka. For tall Irt eail at u-Jcii tor
balleita. laaaed aa the lat aad n
T. IWAOAMAN.
HIK -ALUSI ISOKI. I. VNHOUS.
T7HIB bALE-A BILLY tiOAT. WAOO! AKD
i: aaraeaa: nt: a oargau. i-vtuire 01 a. a
I'AlULEAK. l X at a w.
lilt
IOk -ALE-A OMKAT TEAM-BAY Mare:
bo whiu. taad iM hands Usfk; welt
uarcLsd: lullaiatara: rau trut a.Si-
.t..r: 11 bruLeu sisal aad double; aot
ai raid of SBVthisa. Addieaa JOU1.' O. U1L
LETT. Adaaaa. Jefferaua Couuty. S. Y. HU
I'BKHI-AI,.
XTUW Hi THE TIMB. WE WILL FAY
X "M auossr" for aaate Irat-aliiaa aee-tiaa-hBr
akaaaui. aaa o a all a
risu LOAK OS HEAL EafATB.
otc
laiw
at a at-
a t mm SMpSL
TsitatfT wuu o itm Errr.
o. a Tn ua, wn i
it it
IOKST,
J-i tfc ALL WW
to max OK WUJL TAT iCtmTY.
at 3 m rut c'wt.
S fcFtaaaa
tit.
B.
OS1EY TO UMJ.
uwatw
pwwraa.aaaj
Baal Berate MWirttv
Cwlow-ifTuQ
a. a-
tlU -' a-raet. Maar tt Witaiascio
atosk kiatbuj-tfe. Alt kwtsl aieefe
aixl MuiiUca Itauabt auJ aolsl.
sJiBipsi satasoi
aaaBBBMr ssaaaa.
W I at a w.
Hns,spMimSsHim9W.MMB
mmm busijiess diblctort
.iMtars' Axn iwixtKltn- m.ik.
nt is.
GEO. RYSE L. Jn.. lis 7th t. n. W.
FFBD A. ltMIDT. 3W Mh 't.
FRAStlS MII.l.KR. 3TIS !th St. n. W.
SHANAiAN. RBltLY TJ., 1911 Pa. av.
R. . BROW n. If 7th st.
B n. fitioLKMfri4tht. n..
.i.trff! ft rf'ir.titf JR.
a ? atttm!WAS.4t)Mrift.
.tT-ctm.v ir?..
Df.rrAttWW nltm., . li list n .
nil.t.lAKlt rtrWI.fr .,
M B WANt, IHli P st. B .
!?) HttAhEH.
F.DWARD ?. StilnJT.817 mh St. n. w.
S. RARTBRECRT. 113 7th st;
KrtBM t:n.i.
PABrTT BRKW1NJI CM . 791-5 Torth C sf .
BtRORKRftkTOBLBIilWtil.,Va.aT..t;sth
ANSBBl'SBfrBOBCtl BRBW. ASS'M, Del.
.IttJlIS BIsSSbBTSS 8'h and l.sts. .e., W. B.
l.a AISBrfBISQ p Bum I.I"
r. m, i b s a, n m.
THBSATtOMALBriEWITHtVJ..3f,Sthn W.
BARTllOLOMAT BRBW O), SM Itth l n W.
in vrr.ts.
11.B. RIRKWOOD, H3flst n. .
IllMPIIHE i. 415 131h st. n. W.
IABI, H8rtRi.1t, 417 nht. 8. w.
BOB noLTZMAN. 14 J.T. ave.
J. U RL'SSBLI- 1318 B st h.W.
LEW NKWMhTBR. h ami Pa. are.
0. W. DRIVF.H, 09 ra. are.
D. haorkty, iB3 ra. av.
i.i i in i ii i- . n li .-.-..--.
It.lKf.'lf.V.
y HNEIDBR. 4181st n. w.
iorri.;W.v.
T11KABLINOTOW ROT. TO.. 47th andKn.w.
71.11 ::.v.i.v rtA ri:rrio.M;ns.
,1.11. HEtal-TOER totsiMhst.n. w.
JOHN ftTElNI.B, Ee B. Cap St.
niiTi:n, vni:i:sn .f.w iwtis.
3 AS. r. OYSTBR, 1. ave. aad 9th st.
in ir ill: its.
A. LOBFrL-R. 040-4 Centre Market.
1 HOB. T. KEAXB 49 to M Centre Market.
J. II. nUCIlRR.MSto.4l Centre Market.
I)W. BROOKE. 681 88 Centre Market.
OTTO C. HIl'PRKT, til IB Centre Market.
A. J. ItlLH Y, l&; Centre Market.
n tv vat. ns.
OFO.it. AT WATER J. CO. IIM USB ra. are.
0V E HMAN Wit BS1.CH. 71.1 ISth It WW.
ttooT.s, .sitov.x .t sit turn nt: its.
.1. 11. MOHAN. 431 9th St.
A. L. IIAZt.BToN, 17lhst.
M. THH'Rl-AM,""ra. are.
OEO. W. Rl( II. 717 Market Ppace.
Itow EI I, A. Ml RDAY. tenth st. n. w.
JOHN C. WILI.EB. lr . 913 Sth St. H. W.
I.. imt.nnuNs.4:!iit.n w.
A. TIOOI.. One Price l-hoe Ilottse. 7 7th st.
NATIONAL tlOTF!.8iOK-TORB,H0r.aV.
II. WALK Bit TUCK Ell. IM3 Pa. are.
.ins. a. HRI'KTTI, 317 ih. ave. s. e.
M.nRHRXBAUM.atSI M st.
11. HU II ,V SON, 134S I 7th nw
it. i. i: i: its.
ltlonti ,v co., r. ate and if th st.
LEWIS .IlillNhON A ( O . 19th and P. ave.
CObMIN A MACARTNEY, 1119 Fst.
BATKMAN CO., tttl F sl.n. W.
WM. MAYOR .t CO ,M(Hh st.
l OOI & CO.. IKS F t. n. W.
LEWIS (). 1 KW KfcllL'hV Jc (.. HP F.
II. I. US.
CENTRAL NAT. BANK, tlh st. and Pa. avo.
cniZKN-'NAT HANK. S13 13th at.
NAT MLTPOPOMTAN IIAXK.OIS 1Mb -t.
MECONII ATIONAI.V)9 7lhst n. W.
COI CMniA NTIONAI VII Fat. n. w.
NAT. BANK REPUBLIC. 7th and II sta.
FAHMBHs' A MUCH. '8 MAT.. cur. M andSltt.
uoo.t.s.: i.i juts A A it mm rittxints
WM. 1IA1.I.ANTYNK A SHINS, 4W 7th st .
A K. sLL!AMK,.VMl7lhsi.. W.
W. II. MORRISON, 13M r s.
CHAPMAN A TAYi OR. I3 Pa ava nw.
RASTOM llt'l'P. 4!l Itlh st W
C.I .'' I I.I. IM.lt;
EMPIRE STEAM S.1I - Mass a e.
F. II. YOCNOS. 1 IOJ Pa ave n w.
C.IAOff.'.S .I.NI IIIA.VO
M. O. COPBLAND. KW Itth at nw.
v.isii iti:tnsri:Hs.
NATL CAn HKOI-TER CO. 10th X Katinw.
va tti't: ri:its ami tin 1.111:111.
ALE. MILLER. 1JI5 Ohio ave.
DARBY A DAVIS. Iftkt 1Mb at 8 W,
C. A. LANULBY, 310 13th t n w.
c.u., iri,K.s .i.v iin.ixnii.s.
TO KAI.ON WINE CO , Oil Itth at.
c oiisi:t v ttttur.u tint.
M.C.WllBLAN.lWSFat.
v.tri:iti:if.
T. FRBPND, TO! 84h st. a. w.
D. 4.WEYMAH. 1S34 Wlhst
ALEX FORI IN. K 11th at n w.
V l.tlTJI I ItltS.
VICTOR E.ADl.ER.atr.S9Tlbnw,eor.Mas.av.
M. KAUFMAN, corner Mb and I at, ae.
1. HAMBrROEHASONS.tfMPaave.
N.Y.IKBPHICECLOTIIlNO,3ll?tht.n.W.
OOLDEN EAOLE CO.. 411 Pa. are. 9. e.
W. NOKDLINOBR.8I07 at. n. w.
H. RICH A -ON, I3W t 7th BW.
r.i.f.n;;.v.
AUMRVV J. JOYCE'S SONS. Wareroows.
ICfcassoConu. ave.; Factory, UJMlHhnw.
W. F. OEYEK.tSS Pa. ave. Also Barn.
HOHsk AND CAKHIAUE BAZAR, SS La.
M-DERM(nT A BBO.,810 Pa. ave. a. W.
S. J. MkEXS, No an O si a w.
WILLIAM WALTER'S SON. 1 Ithaod C.U8 W
t OOK .t JABOB. .WSS - M t.
A.H.I.HF.UOHY, NY ave aad rtth t (Bus!
ueaa Waifu-i.
voxri:r no.. '. -i.v v. if us.
J. Fl'S-iELL. im N. Y. ave.
T.JAHVI.. t-t.
HINKE A Bl'DI). 3M9th at.
CHAS. V. PLEUCHMAXN. lltePa.ave.
V.IIJIS.
TEMPLE HOTEL. Mk at., op. V .. Pat. OBM.
1 H K X EW ENOLAXU -if II. 518 8th at.
ELKb' 1IXI BOOMJ.M9Pa.are.
f OA IJiC TlOXf.HX.
lll'YLEKV. ItoSPaava.
FIKI.D1XO A CO.. til Pa are.
uill. -tat y at.
kBBfiz co.. ttr Mtk awl P ata a. w.
BBSaVAHAN Alt).. 4W7tat. a. w.
F MTOS. KSB-nPa-ave-a. w-tMMbjm-.
i. ;ikt. a w
A - Ul'TEK-KST. ti Ik at- a. w.
t IIMVV TItl- KKrl7fU6tf.li.IC
M BHlLL.4l7 9kt.
h. H. B. DC MB1K. Ml llth St.
Hi I WU-.
J At OgM BKOs.-. MW Ps. eve.
Hi:ruMiTuit.
HKBY F BEH.WKtbaw.
HHV UtMiiM.
JtiHN H. SHOOT. 314S M at.
W V aBUaTf-l SOltti. 319 Pa. ave.
LAXMtlKi-11 1 UtO. . .49 to M 7th at . a- W.
bEA-OK Plt-ftY Pa, ave aad Sth at.
THOa J LrTTSELL. lSWPa ave.
JuIlKMik a 1.-JTTBEIX. 7 1 . lUrk-t Spai-s.
T. BEIKIURUT. a;o 7tU at. a. .
S i FlaUEL. 1 Pa. .
t,lO . BAM-IK. 319 Pa ave. a -..
D BIKtB a CO.. lMTtha BW
iTiLX'i dy go sua aoroi. aa 7th u. w.
ost. i oHBa. mm lib t. aTarT
CBAIO , J ACKMIK, 31 uV a V
U.T bMllH. -laiMat a. w.
M KOUSBB a tiSS. II Ttk at a a
iK( fc'-,i.i---FVAVK
P. WSLLE. 731 atk at.
. u. tin mak. m Pa ave.
T. E. .ORAM. 111 Fa. are.
V. . TBOJI1
SAMIBIT !
SOMSOPATI
-raws. a istb as.
STOTT. Kattuaai Hvl aaUttlost
M-ttlfATUU' PUAHMACV. It7 II at.
CEU. A BESTLEY. lith ud Corcocaa ata
CI auTHtWV. a e. cor. tJd ad O aU a a
UiWU XUIOTT. ltiQ Itth t. a. w.
TJ: BBAt . h and M U- a w.
ccatuaTiASltbt iaw
1. 1, c si UMC tor M Tate ad tub at.
JOHN B M Vlult. au-ll. at u w.
t-ia ix u attiiw.
Anton tuKu. isC S Y .
tms TAVtJ-i-S.'ittwhtt w.
a it, i T a ra iV f i a ra.
ul. MAA-i )r, tks- Pa are-
ltmuK tvui A'i-41
IIHMtlt.
t KiuBAi-o. loi-Faaw-
AX At UK ..(.. t -4 At UP
t n ui .. n x. a- 1 1 i t. . att .
. Bll-OV'b -kBT SlOht '.UU-. Pa -..
W TTKEJ-BOFF ..'! P., aie -ill'ltnl
4-r. .'!, -t I.
H.i'1 I.
it M.
I- I I LS
t -
mmmi mm oipectqrt
rriir.
I. ft. 3tAt.l 11th and o sts. n. w.
IS. MI DKH. 'm P st. . W.
A.tJt DBA PRO., 111. Fstn W.
A oARHr-P. lies Conn .ire n.
"TRAtsJ co, pns centre JlaTket.
JPfrtlC iXst-ntXiK f'rIFdtlfcl.
URBMBS's INS. iri ., 'th st. and ta. at-e.
ttiLtMBtA iHre IS. cr.. 14.6 Fst. a. .
(T1WORAN FIRE t. O .JM lllh St. B. .
KK,T.S nRC.in.COa 1W F st .
ItlTTisiAC INS. CO., 1.19 3t t n .
rmt ,
."?: IVH HAT.
Wr
:i.L
W nan an.l VtsttM.
w
BD ( ojth at ft vaav.
TtioiAa
'rRflBW
tnsostn w.
Ptstt, utftfi.-t -i.tii injr7,rip.
. A. OOLM... 33. 9 Ceatra Market.
Mir.v It i: Us.
t N HBAY CO. Me ao, bet t A 4, sts
POTOMAC lRoS WORKS, llfll t ater st n .
.. -.
WtrRflRMAN CO.. SW lh St. Tel., 7-3.
TBOS 11. MRoLBTON. tl-.tthst.
W. II. IIOBKB. (1 Markei Space.
W. 11. lIQi.'JlHTOri U, 1-18 Fst.
II. O. TOWL-tf. tour ra. are.
H UOO WORCH l O . N4 Tlh t.
II. BURKIIRIT ). 1013-15 7tB st.
BACHM MID A MtMS. 1flr 71h st
HOtStHERRMAN,lll. tilth st.B.w.
ROt'SB t o W93 7th n. w.
S. K. nROWN A son, eor th and ra. ave
It. J. I.AUMT. 1387 llth st. w. W.
tils rtx rvMt'.s.
PtntiLTF, oa Ftitnres, 1313 F st n. w.
i. S. Stt BDD HRO . IS-. Oth t.w. PlamMBt,.
C. A. MCDDtSAM.SH Mth St. n. w.
E F. BROOKS. SSI 18th n w.
of i:h.i ii if o..s.i ,;;.
JACKSON A CO.. ADii ra are.
4. V. B-lOOOti A CO., fiis la. ave.
.1. U nAHROUR SON, '11 1 111 ra. avs.
Ittt.LCO.S"Et!n.
OBO OFFITTT, J-K9 II M st nw.
RICHARD A CO. t;Paaenw.
tuttwi:ntJt.i.
J. S. REDMAN. Mh ami La. ave.
N. W. RL'ttt IIRI.U 13 F st. n. w.
.1. K.L'LBAHY, IKA llth st. a. w.
ELPItOtt-O YO0NO8 CO , Mo. m Sth St. tl.W.
IIUMr. A. CO.. !tr Market Spaee.
K. MAURICB CROPI.BY. list and Mats.
V. It. Blltm N, ath st. and Pa. aw.
A. O. VYIWIflT. 1SSJ llth ft. n. w.
JNO P. LORE, IVH Nth st. n. w.
II. W. 01TTTTA CO.. SielandMsfsn. w.
11.11. RI.LlOTT. I5S0 llth t. w.
A. HEITMCLI.KII, l(l llth st.n. w.
Tlllra KNOW LKS, I1WI 31 st n W.
H It WATERS. 1 1W Tth st n w.
PM WALKRILtWU are
.1 11 BKYAT- HNo.ewPaave.
UkO o KENNELY A SONS. 1809 F st tl W.
BHOW'NINO A MIDDLETON.SlOPaave
T II WALK (tit .. CO, 9IS-S0 I ave.
A CAKOI.L' A CO, 1819 7tb st.
Nil 811 RA, JWl'aave.
W B AlllimT. 17l Pa ave n w.
Ill M.I X II A I It nr.AI.I'.ll,
.1. HOCIION, 91 Uth t. n. w.
. lIKLI.BIt,7W7thM w.
mttr.i.s
NORMANDIE. 1.1th and II sts.
AliLIMHON 1I0TRI, VI. ave. and tt t.
S EI.fK Kit's 1Mb at, bet N Y are and II sts.
AKNO,1fttbandIatnw.
EliliITrili.l'SK. Itth and Psts.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL, Fa are ami tth 31.
HIOOH IIOI'SH. 1Mb and O sts. n. w.
WORM1 K.'S. l&tli and It sts n. w.
COM1KBSMONAL IIOTKL. Capitol Illlt.
NATIONAL IIOTKI.. Pa ave and Sth tt.
ST. .IA.MF.S IIOTKL. Pa are and Oth st.
TDK HAMILTON, llth and K st 11 W.
tun i.i. s i a it .. '.i rit.t v.v.
MOIOAN IIOI'SK. 3l st.. above N.
OWEN hoi SK Va. ate . noar U.S. Treasury.
MT. VBHNON HOTEL. Isl Pa ave. a. W.
Til I. HKI.VlllEItK. Pa are and 3d st.
BMM1TT IIOI'SK, miposite II A O Detxil.
COl.t'MIIIA HOt'SK. 101 hand Rata
I.AN08 MllHOAN HOI .sKi. 3! M st n r.
Jioisrr-it itMstiixa nnutis.
Tilt: PAIR, s. e. eor. 7lh and II s n. w.
IIAIIXKS.S .IX It IlilliSIt UUOllS.
LITE A nilO . IS7 Pa are.
K. KNBBS9I A SON, IO 7th.
i..if.tr.t ..:.
IIAKHElt A Hoes, Itth and U alt.
P. P. MAY X CO.. tl Pa. ave.
(HAS. T. CA HTEK A CO. . W1 Pa. ava.
JAS. B. IJtMHIK, 1115 N.Y. ave.
W. WAONKH.a7l 1M. ave.
P. A. SC1INB1DEK, Pa ave and 18th St 8 W.
L. II. SCHNEIDER'S SONS. 1O0S 10 Pa ire.
J. H KENDALI.,1NPaate.
i r.i t.i.i x limit i: its.
Q. PKSKAtl.VO JC SONS, s-tath It.
iv n vttMf.ixtits.
TUANSPABBNT ICE CO.. 317 Water St.
OR BAT PALU ICE CO.. 1-M Pa, ave.
INDEPENDENT 1CK CO.. la. av. aad Uth at
.i;nf.r.i;f.v.
HARRIS X SIIAFER. 1113 i ave.
MOORE X LWUNO.lXa Pa. ave.
A. L. SALTEkTElN. lr .9057th at.
W. S. TAPFAN.M.ht.
W. RRUNINOEK.tUSPa. ave.
J. II. ALBr.n.lM3 Uth at.
J. M. LACK. OH 1. Jl-S M at. a. W.
T.THOMPSON. 1113 Mt u. w.
i.i mm: it ih:ai.i:hs.
X. J. M.I.KAN. 13th and Bats. n. w.
i.i. Iff.'.
OEO. J. JOHNSTON. I0J5 9th at a. w.
.AMI'S.
MUDDIMAN. C. A.. 11 1-tb St. a. w.
..i Ia in. r.
WEST BND STEAM LAl'NDBY. Tl . Wifr.
CHAMPION !TB.M I.AtXDKY. UI fa.
ava. TeleatotMi aw 3.
SWISS STEAM LAl'NDbY, 133 rat. a. W.
YALKSTHM LAl'XDRY, tU 10th at. B. W.
IIJXTER Wt BAM LAt XDBY. t.l Cat, a- w-
j.aiui.a' riHXiaiuaU nouns.
FALAlfe ROYA1 . IKlh al. and Pa. ave.
IKM'fiLASH A BRO . -M and ill Mb at. a. W.
It. T. MILLER. 1Mb aad Pa ave.
i..IH' HOIlhs.
W. H. LOCDBKMILI- A CO.. Hit F.
JiflA I U l.. lit. H UHK.
U EOKC.lt L BBMiBK, 64a Ms as ave,
Jii-'A'A i I K.xtMllSKS,
O r KS BTtB. m UU at.
MAXlllltl! AMI HIHUl'UUtHT.
MME. PAYX. 78 IHfa at. a W , ow TWasj.
aaasdrasalore.
KFMtttW O I - tk at n. w-
Afii-i. At PPL t VS.
BIIW. i OBBBTT. 4ar Pa ava.
ti.it mxtsr ah i:ntMtHta.
SBEPHEBD A Ht'ULKY, H lb at.
E S GRAY A ou. Me are, lst al a i i.
MAMhlifS. "
MB Fa ave. irtBla.-
eaH-th aad I ata. ae.
'.JlJMtk at .a. w.-twwtatar.'
aasrr, t ku at. a. i
n tuna ate .
UBB A U. Wd aud Ii a:, u r,
It I Ml U t I iuhuu:
B. . BAKR. 1111 Pa .v.
L S DK FKBOKi. HI P. av
W. tl. t -A-?ii. lta. Pa. ave.
i A l UBAI KM. 4 ', vUl a W
B. K-i'P(L. 1 V.-Tlih t. a. a.
MA-Tlt. tlLHit, tilt. Mi S.
HAYWAH Bl'TtUlkiSOtL t Xttat,
-Kii-i-iAAKl
an.
ave.
J.f. BCTtHIklikm.9.: Pa.
!Mwifalff3
.hm afraiM
UK. .14i 7th t. . w.
ni.:
ariTf,K at.,. -
MM at. aw.
. C.Y,3i7Uet.
rteiintu.
WK1LBM, ItUi at u y.
. ia ra a tf.
si. ia at u w.
. . v at a a.
lta t a w.
.DM tint a.
.- Ml- 4 nut.
sL-iuuMtviiL a itmm . i
tnt4 4l tit 444.4a IT.
MM E Y a 0TtP . A ad Pat
fit it lata.
tm aw pott., ii-. i: kdt'a
tl I Sua. out. t. - DO 3(411
1V. . . UK-rt'l', -- la .. -
lOl'V F ELL!-. '- Va . .
M i -.. H . ' -
rgmaHHH
lAmma
'kTV,.
ii.w.nt-
'W A WO'
UHOiSPH
jrll-
a a jki. M i
iJlPttx
mum busiiess birlctory
r i rr.tt it ivntrtt.
OEO. WILI.NI.R. 4-Oith St.
w H. SPBI.lio'sB, inas Tth st. n.
.1011NS. P OhBBN.t'.nthst.
A.S.TIBMAN, 1TM Pa at
V. qjitVTt v. o . n th st.
K. MtlRJirsriN. h SOT t.n. .
KASTOt A RtPP. 11 llth st n.
TtAgfrAttAT (Mr and Mrs llhWtr-t, i, v.
Hi:Ai. KSTATJf,
rifRLEY STVRN,138 Fst. ., also
reenrtties.
JlaLiSHrf"tT.lI F St B. .
SWOT8l.Tft nRAf.1IT,(hr7rst.B. W.
A RAM.irroaR, i. mmt.
m:sr m ir.t.vr.
WM. nBLMtrciiiTthsta w.
s. ,thsi. aiM.vera. ave. i. w.
RV Al SCHWR-UV lltklM 9.
AMAN'.31lhst. n. w
OSfcORN A noRA.1, Ti h AMt 0 88.
in I n, r,,,rii(.i iv,-. w,
ATRK K X OOK E. 804 Pa ate.
ITBT R, corner Pa. avr. and llth St. n.w.
SAtfTKR. (ITS 9th n. W.
SAJiDI-Ra, 983 list
KARtClls, ison renna ate a w.
HSNRT RABRNBR. 639 list.
,i F JOr.oJr. aw nth st n w.
B WAOMBR, 810 ilh st n w.
Mt llllf.H HtlUM.
GOOD TEAK RtRRERCO,3Mtllll.i.W.
HOLMES A CO.. !ltt9th st.
adaa-------'
SJ I Ml. VS.
WF trOWXK V, 1 es L st
BF MiCAULLT. "Tally Ho." asr-tJUtlst.
TORTLanDsTaRLBs. 811 atr-tf UN Tare.
dTrHCEA9t)N.- Matt-Tml"aB7-ltist.
A B BBRl. T. Bbhrtt, 131 and b sts tt W.
JAS BO WEN, 8 39 M Y ave B W.
SASH, imillts. Itl.l .Sits, jTO
t.ll.ST0MB.-P31lthst n.w.
Ai;iii.M M Aril I sits.
WM. J-TtEBLlNO, 1131 hi ave. HrMHetratd.
ATM .VI;.
roT.ST0NBfO..3iHWWalerst.
".smim .i.v ii mi.wmii. nvtri;if7
S, C. PAIMK1'. 1-SM -Wh st. BW.
.SOU' IHtttKS
WKAVEll, KENOLA .- CO.. 3U Water sf.
a 6 fvs, it ns 'if vs TxTi MA Xti t: s .
tk . ot Y A co.. tens ra at.
W. O. RBHRY.Sroathst Aim planMM.
it on ri.su noons.
M. A. TAPPAN. 1013 Pa are.
J. II. KUKHLIMi. tins i a. are
a.i 17: itvi'osir vttMPAXtvs.
WASH. SAFE DEP. co . 9is ra. ave.
NAT. SAFE HBP. CO . N. Y. ave- aad 13th st.
SIOIl.lUK II .1 ItHliUVSIt.
0. W. KNOX. S-d and tl sts. nw.
.st'i.. ixsriti Mv.xr.s axii ritu.iiiH
CHARLES Ftsll KB. wi Tth t n. v.
l pvtritirvns ixiispppkiks.
THE RKMINOToN, cor sth A Fsts HW.
TV I AS II VOI'I'lin.
JOIINBTON IIRO'H A Ul. DOT-IS N Y ate.
HICIIAHL" A CO. Pa av.
loi.s as ii r.ixvv noons.
CHlt. hi PPBKT. K3-3 7tbstBW.
t Ml VHTAK MS.
JlUINR. W'HIOIIT. 1 17 lth ata W.
JlM. OAWLRK. 1T34 Paava T-.fe, HI
V. V. HARVr Y. ' Pa ave.
OKO. V XI'MIIOII VI '. : Va. aV. .
C. K. SIM'URNKY. 1110 I Ilh a W.
OfcO. W. WISK.'."SMst.
JOHN M. MITCHKI.U 713 Uth B W.
JAME8T CI.BMBNTS. tT. WtTlt
K M. BOTKI.EH. TV,lh st
J. P. NlRCH.sn-H M st. Talephwe. 8S7 It.
J. II. DARN KY, 11 I. si.
JAS. II. WINSLO'. I'M Kst M W.
U W BARKER. 1. llth t a w.
W 8WOOIRNKY. 1VC llth st n w.
I AlllVTV STOW,
ROtrrON VAHIB1 Y STORE. 7-r Pa. ave
rvtivr iiu.vs Axn rui'trs.
0 KNOKL'H SPSS, sxmii Centre Msrkft.
H7Ai;.S .I.VII I.IIJVOHH-.WHUI.V-
S IhV.
THKSHOOMAKEKCO., suceaaors to She-
wal. r A llert-,. lill 1 K al. u. w.
CHRIS X..NIO.K. Mil Tth at.
CHAS. KRAKMBR. TI7 7lhat.
JACOB XANDER. 1313 Tth at. n. w.
M. P. MOHAN, 3011 M at. 0. W.
JAS.THAbP. xiaFst a W
RICHARD A CO. (k!K Pa ate.
t'ltOPOSAI-S.
'r.ROrO-AL8.-BALED PROtHWALS W ILL
.1 be received by ibla Dsprtat nntll 11
o'clock. in .on MONDAY. MIVBMRBH 17.
19". lor furol.lilM the Cbeialetil IRrlsloit
with apiair-tus anal auppllee for the re
waiader of the cuneut Bacal year. A list !
tbaptltu- and sappllea desired and all
neary lu-ormatlon to blddera will be fur
Biab.d by the tbetfilat of lite llepartmeni.
The Privilege la reserved to order aayaddi
tlonal llcaia acvepted on the aaaM lei n and
alto to reject any or all bldaor to accept any
parted the bid offered. J M. RL'KK. lee re
taryoi Astlculiure. 11 "t
DEPOT QUARTERMASTERS OFFICE.
Washington, tl. C., Nov. 1, 1w0 -Sealed
propcsals. In tripinale. aubjeit t'
ut ual i oodltkina, ill be rec.ive.1 here until
11 o'clock a. as. UBCEMBBR 10. IIM. and
tbea apered, for furalahlBg. durlac tbeala
aonlha cu-BaaeBcioc Jaaaaiy 1. nSI, and
eadiaa June 80. Isttl, auch loraa. straw
aedbtaB aa stay reoulred. PreiersHice
U1 be sit en to articles ut dmat- pro lu.
tloaor auttufacture, coaditioaa of equality
aad incesimcludtaa In the price of foi-tan
pru-lu'lluBa or ai,utaclurea the duly
tiMNe-Oi belnc equal AH ln(ortUB re
OBlred will be furnished ua application t
Ikiat-Bte- Enreluiies roBUslBlac prupoaal
U aid be marked "Proposal fur Korace ml
Straw." aid addrwel to ; B. SANDY
Oepatyiuarleiaaaterte-erl. L'.S.A
Butast KllUOATIO.V.tU
UIIMI.E.,
IIEKtlinSCtltlifliUf-ES
n Hlb Street Kurt wart
Beat aad Must PetU'l tattraetiuu
Up9.U
evevf t.t-Uy Imr t
f lnttrKkMMai tJMfkV ww pteWat. toftr -'
ftHsWnU vs4U -ThrfiW vt AMitf woi-at txw
- HHearaJCOar
4v wRfWw &BI TOW WPP 1BsW WWbs wB"
gUMf a. tM-mH-..r-ri--iilM -h-rii----l tn tttaull
--VrsaaWsvBw sia sanngppn sBjpTaiW V8apBWTCssF ssS-r -atjyi ''
afl I lt -8Ei AiiUftAAiiB IB Ugik-. AMt Utd liasd
PFBa-rfiWir s----rp ss sg-WasavW "-Sf slB'' w
PMlUv lJiiMkB- lNt&&t MPsli VlsVOUtf ix
iyb sMMsWf Mimmt. itoMia ittMhE tvut
KtakdvUle. Pa
Kdcattotisikrut-a-uri- t-.."o
at aad tW- turn. aavasraBa-s-sar-dUf
-t- ma kgua AUl MtMi Ot U-L Ait "
rarw '1 ssBsasw sajfessea nfm sse '-pastipr r ap"
Adtftwit
lB(aia. ltHtadk Fa
. , jiisiiii iP-j-Miiswawwnijiiiimi in
site ai-;e-.'s stawm, vmm
at-.wluea.Coaa-
jBHtakfciga t& '-' HniBMi isa aoUc .c .
3NaUl tac-8 .ties -.re elucat!a eriil be !..al
to tue --"i a c ! -! i -( Mivs A keu'. . ,lj
i-UcL -w c L. -L . a-cii a-lc.L.ul,' - -,
l.alf T. I a. b. c--i.w -. '...-.-c
i -

xml | txt