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THE DAILY CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, XOVKMBKIl 20, 181K).
11 LONG TALK! WITH REPRfi8BiTrATIV8 SPRttfl ER OF 1LLHWIS. some mm m mmmm. The Late ffltcltas a "Soiifei Tt did f the Ppk" HIS ANTMHlRMERM REKMmOR. Ftw It KbX4 9nut Oat ar4 MMk th Plnmtd Knight Fly the Field. Reed's Helftfal Wtni Ttr. The Hob. William M Sftrinper of the Thirteenth llilrmfs district lives, when in this city In alltmlaw:enrn Congress, nt No. 43 1) street sorttueast. It Is not n Tcry Urge hmie nor Is It iiiturlmisiy furnished. It Is simply a modest ami comfortable home, ft representative American home. There, stirroumleri hy tils family, the Illinois IlcprseentA tlvo lives happily ami entertains his filentls with the unaffected hospitality of the western prairies. On the second floor nt the south end of the house Is Ills stmly and library, a pleasant room, nearly square. The west side Is cnllnly occupied with shelving filled with boohs. On the north and cast sides of the room are cases also tilled with books. At tho south end of the room there stands upon the floor n queer, wild looking nntimt, with a light motley grey fur, looking something like a crow between a wolf and a fox. It Is an Oklahoma coyote, presented to Mr. Sprlngor by ono of the Oklahoma "boomers" as a momonto of Mr. Springer's services In bringing about tho openlne of Oklahoma to settlement and establishing a Terri torial form of government therein. When Mr. Springer returned from his two months' nlwonco during the re cent campaign ho found awaiting him a pleasant surprise prepared for him bv his wife and son. Ills study opened out upon a balcony at the south end of the house. Mrs. Springer had calld in some carpenters and had built upon that balcony an addition to tho study, had Until it with shoiving savo whero ulmid doors opened out upon the bal rrny, and bad brought nut from their L(i(8 the books which hml accurmi lattd beyond the shelf capacity of the study proper and arranged thorn In this little room, which, neatly carpeted, llphttil with gas, and with frugrtnt Downs and plants growing la pots, formrd one of the neatest snuggerloi Imaginable Sneaking of the latu elect I in Mr. Pimngcr diclarcd It to be n solemn ver dict by the people upon tho McKInluy Tariff law. "Never In all my cam paigning experience," said he, "have I seen so little of popular excitement, and yet the people so aroused. The only district which I visited vhoro there was any attempt to arouse popular feeling was McKlnley'a. Thcro there was all the excitement which usually attends a Presidential campaign. There were brass bands, rallies and parades. Hut In the other Ohio districts I was In, Foster's for Instance, there was nothing of the kind. People came to the meet ings quietly, listened to what was said Intently, and went away without demon atratlons. They appeared to be thinking, thinking. The audiences in my district and other Illinois districts were chir actcrlzed by the same demeanor. Oc casionally they would aslc questions. What about? About the tariff. I talked of nothing else. The people cared for nothing else. They made no demon strations of approval or disapproval, but seemed to bo thinking, to be engaged in meditation. The only thing that aroused them to applause was the mention of Mr. Cleveland's name," said Sir, Springer, pointing to an engraving of the ex President hanging upon the study wall. "1 have said this was a solemn verdict or judgment of the people upon the Mc Klnley law. To show how solemn they were I will tell you of a meeting of the Farmers' Motual llenefit Association which was attended by Judge Morris of Cairo. He took a friend with hlto and went into the country some miles to at tend this F. M, It. A. meeting. They srrlvtd at a chunh around which, were bitcbtd a number of horses attached to buggies and wagons. The ou was tilled with people. They w at la a ad sat down. Ke one came to . rest them. The Judge's friend feared aey had sot in the wrong place. Prest i tly the pre siding o rrlier got up aaU called on lirr ther So and So to open the rseetiag with prayer. Again the Judge's friend suggested that tLy had got Into the wioug meeting. The prayer was be jua. Hi on the petitioner prayed that 'the jieople might be relieved trow uajust and unnecessary taxation,' and that, 'if rnntlstent with the Divine will, tne Mc Klntey bill might sot be passed.' The prayer over, Ike congregation rose and and sang the nywa, Au I a Soldier of the Cross.' Wnea that was concluded the presiding oMcer said that tbey had met there to listen to the getrtletaan, lodge MorrU, who had been invited to address Uietn, sad praeenteu kins to the audience After ne had finished his fcpecrfe, which, of course, was entirely on the tarin . the congregation sane: 'Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing;.' the bea edict ton was pronounced and the people dispersed. A few of thew shook nanus with the Judge and nta friend and exchanged neighborly greet ings, but the snouu of tne people was serious and thoughtful, wholly devoid of the excitement usually accoaiaany Jug a political meeting. None of ay meetings was quite so solemn as Into one, but tne people were in tssMsw serious and thoughtful mood. What they did at the polls was done dettu-t-iateiy It was a revolt saalsBd nigh tariff and unnecessary taxation." Mr Springer was asked if ne thougni this revolt weani a sevoludon, and wuuld tne Siatee tnM had wandswid into the Dcsnocrask camp remain thncef He said '1 have no doubt of U. IiegaidlUl ix'iii, Wiacisuain and TsftfiniflteVl sj WW IVunM-ratii; States WstnltaT By tne way, he proaounosi sticoigan with a auong accent o the "gav" In 1 1 1 1 noli . ' he nsausned. "our net utajocity on Coftueaitasia tfehets to about 30 UUO. I think Xiaateaoia. Ne Lraaka. Iowa and hanaaa way tab; he lonaidcred douhsiui StittM. True, she id putulian Btau Ui kets pulled through in Io and iMuuas but that wee si gt-ly owing to the fact that the tUa- aiUned element in that party can i,iiud ludf: with vutiogatfaJnatthe Ke- , biii u t'ujigrtasuiaa Hi there an t hiuafajr to dci i Inlunaaein k i.sD 1 thin (t the ktftoUtidi- Tcsolt a td'J lavi beta anti Kcp-b'l &a The rwnlt In iht Starrs cximnlatlve trtTfiy tMK it waff th tariff that mi It." A t CTtWMl Taltntf, Mr flfHrtftfet t prt-wH the ntmnt rnnfldwe In his elect Mi to the Sewste. "fire TieJRMn tre," be said. "H clasWnVd m 101 Iifcrt, l(W ItepnMicaflS ami .11 n dtprrirlrnts. 1 nndentawl that one of the fentlemen cld so an Indepen dent, Dr Flrter. is nmiy a Dnorrtt. In Ms cnnniy the lemfrt8 wnmed a wmfi-hlmeelf ami the Imlependents a man. They were both ptit cm the ticket atnl vnttd for, ami he waselecteil Both w tre pledged to Oetnral Palmer. With Id vnte Ml to the 101 DemocniH ami thnw of the mber two Independent I tft the ItepnbllcaiM the worst that could enfue wruM be a deadlock. Ami," flrMcd Mr. Springer, with a enmftdent smile, "If the Itepnbllcans wantadenl b ck e are prepared to give them ote all y ar, ami thn to to before the peo ple on that hew. General Palmer on that If me would sweep Illinois like a whirlwind." Mr Smintrr regards Oeneral Pal nr ei's cai vase as one of the most notable In our political annals He says that U cost the General lees than $200, ami but for the money used against him In Chicago he would have gained a clear majority In the Legislature. There was a llepubllcan holdover majority of even In the Senate to ie overcome. This was accomplished. In Chicago (Cook County) the Democrats elected about half tho State representatives, and ex cept for money wouhl have elected all of them. It being suggested that Chi caeo, like Cincinnati, was pethaps an Independent city, going first with one petty and then the other, Mr. Springer said: "Cincinnati is an Independent city with a llepubllcan tendency. Chicago Is an Independent city with a Demo cratlc tendency." The conversation then drifted to tho next great campaign, 1802. As Is well known, Mr. Springer Is a thorough going Cleveland man. He Ins a warm admiration for Governor Hill, but he Insists that the people want the ex President In the Whlto House ngaln, and that the late buttle was won on the strategic lines laid down by Mr. Cleve land In his celebrated message to tho Fiftieth Congress sharply defining the torlff Issuo and forcing It to the front as the question of questions. "Governor Hill," said air. Sprlngor, "li o young man, and can watt." Tnklng down a volumu of tho Cyclo pidla of American Illographv, and turning to the IPs, ha found that David IleniKtt Hill was born In 1813. "Ho is seven years youngor than I am," ho commented. "Ho has plenty of time to tun for President yet. Ho should now come to the Senate," ho added. "It ia a viry bleb honor to represent tho gnat State of New York In the United States Senate. Tbo nlllce would honor any man, even though be had been Pusldcnt of the United States." The discussion of Mr. Cleveland's name brought up the third term ques tion. "If Mr. Cleveland be ek-ctod Pnsldcntln 1802," said Mr. Springer, "be could uot tun again In 1800, as he would have served n second term, and It is the unwritten law of tbo republic that no man, however eminent, shall have a third term. Tho honor Wash ington declined, and which was denied to Grant, will never be accorded to anyone. I recollect tho light against Grant for a third term," said Mr. Sprlnecr, with a smile. And then he went into thu snuggery and brought out a scrap-book. Turning It over he found tho pasting he was looking for. and with the remark that be hail not looked that record up for many a day, bandid the book to tbo writer. The clipping wos from the New York JltraUl, and was dated December 13, 1873. It was descriptive of the scsne which followed In the House upon the introduction by Mr. Springer of the following resolution. JUtolml, That, in the oplulon of this House tbe precedent MtablUbwl by Wash ington and other 1'resldeuta oj the United Sutra in retlrlDc from the i'rasldestlat office after their seeoad term bas become, by universal concurrence, a part of our re publican )ktem of govurnmwit, and that any departure from this tlme-liouored cus tom would be unnlte, uupatrlotte and fraught wlih peril to our free lostituUoas. "I was a very young member when I Introduced that resolution." said Mr. Springer, with a laugh. "I had only been sworn in tbe previous week. I bad prepared the resolution without consulting with any one and bid that morning gone to Speaker Kerr, who was a strong friend of mine, and told him I had a resolution I wanted to In troduce and asked him to recognize me. He said he would do it. The House was Democratic, but the minority had for a leader Illalne, with Garfield. Hale, Frye ami others as lieutenants. One of tbe usual Louisiana muddles of the re icmtiuctloa period was before Con ertsfi and the itepubllcana were rather 1 avlng fun with us. Our parly, too, was divided on tbe money question into haidi' and 'softs.' There wassowe ' kirmlsbiBg, aad then I got the floor with iny resolution. It was not fairly i Bderstood tbe first time it was read, r-d a second reading waa c died far. I irovtd tbe previous question, wbieh waa oide red by lit to 2, and tbe vote v as taken on its passage. It resulted in '-3S ajes to 18 noes, 3S not voting. Maine dodged, fraiikly admitting that be eoukl not vote either way, boing himself a Presidential candidate. The adoption of that resolution ended the third term movement. When it wu revived in ISM) Senator Howe of Wk ronata published an article in the 'Koith American Review,' in which he said this resolution defeated Grant for a third teim. He then argued that to nominate Grant that year lwsft would not be io fall within the third term principle. Jeremiah Black Mplted, showing that it would. Grant was de feated, and I do set think any man will ever be put forwatd for a tided term. So. if Mr. Cleveland should be etaeseil in lbSa), he would, under this principle, retire at tbe end of the tesm." An JBspectliMi of the (.' rwa.i Utcvnl shows that, besides Mr. Bbdae, Mr. Hastk, now Secretary of Agricul lure, and Joe Cannon ate among (bote not voting on the Springer resolution. tteleience being nude to the osaia khm bom the MtJtinky Tarut law of the tAhft&co whale psovinloJi and the claim that th Invalidate the lw Uteii, Mi. Springer said he thought Cusuweas would enact Oat ptovUooo and add a dhuee vaJhlhting the 'FnrbsT law and the acta of the t-uatosus ftffftt 'ilitf it He then Void of an instance occurring hi the Illinois Legislature, which had a it i lain bearing on the present case. It related to the passage of a bill through tbe Legislative to enable cer tato coupihua to Uaue bonds to aid a railroad The lell originated ia the Senate it passed and went to the I! out. There it was sktghlly amended, a n.ere verbal aaiendwwnt. which is no hw ibuuced the character of tbe measure Then it waa panted and sent bt.k lo the Scbate The presiding uthcer aavr it waa a Senate bill with a lluue awtiiduicut li.J pal the ,aulljj at u tin miicoduiKkt It Wsawliv-cd by a rffi rort TOte. That p.( d the bill and ft wa dalr attested by in- Mn Mores of th presfdlnf ofWeew of hr two H.-raoes. sfglrerl. fty tbe Governs, the ell gWMSjfl ropy epottrd with trie Secre tary of Stare, arwl Iwclmlo I in ihP prlntM taw of the State. The bnds were dnly rntwd mA rM, falllne into the bands of the "innocent purchaser." Interest w pM on them for some time. Finirtlv an Interested taxpayer snrd rnit a writ enjolnlnt the pavment of the principal or Interest of three bonds. The conMtintlon of lllftmia requires that tire vote on tbe final rwttage of a bill shall be tsken by ye and nays. This hart not b en rkme In the Serrate on the adoption of the House amendment, yet this wa the vote which finally psistsd the bill Tbe Snpteme Conrt of the State upheld the point and pnnonnced the law old. The rae was carried to the Sttprt-mt Cnnti of the United States and thtrethe derision of the State Court was Hitlalned "This shows," said Mr. Sntlrger, "that the courts will go back nt the attesting ami approring signa tures attached to a bill, beck of the cngrotetd copy In the Secretary's office, Irnrk to tin? journals of the legislative Imdy which enacted the measure to Ami tbe best evidence of what the body did or Intended to do." lleferrlng to Speaker Reed's tour In tbe Northwest, Mr, Sprlnrer said the Speaker bed been greeted with large crowds and thought be was making a great Impression. "So be was," he added smilingly; "but It was the wrong way for him. The crowds that met him were composed of as many Democrats as llepubtloans, and they went from curiosity to see the man of whom they bed beard so much. The tiTect of his Speeches Is seen In tbe re sult Of tbe voting." Mr. Springer bad but little to say concerning- the Speakership of the next House, further than that be was a can didate, and would feel highly honored If the ofllcc were conferred upon him. Tho Democrats In tho Illinois deleea lion fourteen were solid for him. lie realized the power and responsibility of tho Speakership, and the diniculty tho nbltst man would have In properly lin ing It. This responlblllty ha thinks nil tho creator because of tho unprc ccdentcd majority his party will have In tho next House. Any serious mistakes on the Speaker's part, or failure to come up to tho high ruinlrcments of tho ofllce might result In disaster to tho Speaker's party. Mr. Sprlngor bos no superior in Congress as n parliamentarian, and be is ono of tho best fighters In public life all tbe better because ho never loses bis temper. He can engage in a redhot parliamentary battle nml remain as cool as a spring morning all the while. This Is an ex cellent quality cither In the Speaker's chair or on tho floor of Congress. HOW TO SUCCEED IN LIFE. A 1'nlnt from Itnbert llitnnrr on mi In termllug Hulijccl. A strong will, n patient temper and sound common sense, when united In the seme individual, are as good as a fottuno to their possessor, says the New Yoik Ltitgtr. llarrlng untoward acci dents, tbe man endowed with these (Itialltles, who starts on his career with a determination to reach a desirable po sition, does reach It. Our admiration Is sometimes bespoken for successful people who nre said to havo "leapul over every obstacle." Ulograpbers of imlnent men aro par ticularly fond of making their heroes arrive at tbo coal of their hopes by this steeplechase process. Hut the truth Is that Impetuous spirits who chargo at every Impediment In their path on tbe sink or swim, survive or perish plan, unless favored with ex traordinary luck, are more apt to sink than to swim, to perish than to survive. It Is advisable to go round obstacles that you might break your neck In at tempting to take at a dying leap. Policy Is as necessary to success in most cases as energy. ..AVo Uao't bo Old Hut Once." Two very old people were talking one day about the delights of old age, "Why," said one, "we get the beat of every th I dr. At our bouse, all the tendercst bits of steak, tbe nicest mor sels of chicken, the largest pieces of pie are saved out for me." "Yes," said tbe other, "at our house I have tbe most comfortable room in the bouse, tbe easiest chair, and tbe warmest cor ner at the fire-place." "And everybody looks at us kindly and respectfully. "To be sure. Hut, ab, John, It's sor rowful to think" "What. Jane" "We can't be old but once'" M'oiuan'i Love fur Woman Am Hani4r't Bator. LouUe Her face is ber fortuae. Isabel Well, it Is one of those rare eases where it speakes well for one to have Inherited one's fortune, and not to have it made one's self. UUt llrltiiue ! Uruol. "3fy brother was 10 years all when I was horn," said Miea Panaa. "Weil, the way you count your yas you must have been about 8 yousaeif at the time." YUk the (treat Conrigamenl Sks Sit Seventh stieet. That Warn m Shoe of !illMlt, "Why, your husband sings all day hmsr. Uke a hisd." "Except when I ask far money. Then i FalMus KUim. Svetf hnnr Tkethsanasef lga srsn and anoleni Sight Lus sesaee'hal u their kmg-iuurped jttHter, And Fseanhm's hghtast weed can make them shiver With a hate tread that i-liugs to them fc ever. Luiettl. In I'awak Hay. fmm sit Sm Ortmm Haym. A Held of buckwheat ie beautiful fat hmttnAshhi nstmQnn IsV snUtnml filsfettlaJ khn) kni hh tfsMtfti HottJT. FOR OVSHHPSIA, ZflsstiaHiMlnisV eUhdt dMsnttnWDnt- nftsnMnnMsti ttsn IRatVA IRON KtTTHKS, au Ajif fcfly n nrt! lnBShehas tssamark ana cfoitaa sea ut uuwtanpes. Mttiti. (JUT wOOU-Om lhveBlMr la. IMMl. bjr jbtv itMi siuwi. Htehard Crutt to tux rwojstThssh d WariSntun VMsUnOSJ-LOMe-OB NutMuber felSK bjiev Vntnerlmhh.asM iaaaiu' ctuweh is BaUhnoce. n J H K w rUuo of tut chr toKsf SUay Unot VBnvtun. 9 C , t rani'rlT of Ituuut Versos. Ohio SXLLSV-Jobn 4 Keilef. nMember ( tg. nv. at nta twudencn, tn fSfcteentb airfaf anntaMitil In ifae 79u mr of hi aav nw"p mnwnflpws an wm vv vsm vsn pw msi tti mm. aSriTpamful tihmssot eaaoar of iBu naan. wavm narrwmw. aswn as fh i hSOWtJiV-On Vadoeanajr- vamtMtji. nw. at 11. nt., euywi. S ij sua of VU Hiirn inrt rrrnaiits ynasrleM teeTo rtuad UmTouS! ertio waloVnlU i bn bJd at the uhantd at oik Hill c aiaoimt. jriwaj, auveiuDcrsi m ijju a CtlMMUhStUVK O- UkUCtMI. ft S- at SIY Oust B uF 3KBB0 UB XXX au.uui fthd Ta.-r.iu. . su -w as.. n.. Mai' 1R MEMORY OF TRlH HSXOES. A .reeeenetii re renfMorare nemt at ltieertta, Kra A 1 sndrmr tribute to the Confeder ate derl Is to be erreted at PewsfWifti FJa., the plan of which had some nWel fentnfet of Interest The nwrmnmjM will consist of a tnaslve RlcWpwM grsi fte mtfl, snrmountert by it swtne of tl e same material representing a Con frrfi rate noldfer resting on hts fftns. Tbe rteslgn by 3. F Mannlntt of ths c by has been selected by the assoctntrrm of tarlles having tbe matter In charge, and a rcnlisct has been entered Into by him for tbe rrmimcttn. It will cost upward of $S.000, and will measure 'ic-it forty six ftet In height. The laMets on the four shies of tbe die will bear Itrseriptlcm as follows One will be a tribute to the Confederate dead of Pensseola and the County of E'cambis, one will be a testimonial In honor of JerTerwon Davis, being the flrrt tribute of the kind he has re ctlvid. one will be in memory of Stephen It Malmry, a Untied States Senator from Florida before the wsr, and who became War Secretary of the Confederate States' Navy. He was a cltlren of rensscola. The remaining Imetlptlon will be devoted to the late Gemml E II Perrr, the last Governor of Florida, and tfie originator of the proposition to erect this monument. The Lndlr' Confederate Monument Assoclstlon have published notices throughout the South, calling upon Southern women to contribute sugges tions for the wording of the Inscrip tions, except that for Governor Perry, for which the women of his own State are Invited to send stigcestlons. The exact form of thee inscriptions is to be decided on the 10th of January next, when all tbo suggestion received will have due consideration. Tollow the crowd fsle. to the Consignment limited, riirsncil. Annihilated, tfoemlffetofi Chnrl4C Jic Ct ) (irl(f (rt.) Jerusalem Mazes Shades of Jemi ma, Motes and St. Patrick" The Earth Foil on Us Ami Then Trampled Our Dead Carcass The g o. p. Wal loped from Hades to Breakfast Not a Man Escaped tbe Fearful Wreck The Independents Not Heine Satisfied With the Earth-Take the Frills With It Joe Gates, tho Constable, tbe Only He publican Elected In Charles Mix County And His Name was Indorsed by Iloth, Parties Latest Reports Indi cato Locks as Governor And the Ilest of tbe Country, from Alaska to Uru guay, Gone to the Dsmnltlon How Wows Pierre 10,000 In the Lead Hurrah for Pierre and for Joe Gates. Consignment Sale at the New York Cloth lug House. Two ()ilnlon ir CliT7iiant!iemiiiii. f'rem M .Vr i'rt. TtmH. Two gorgeously attired young ladles and two grimy-faced urchins met yes terday nft( moon before the show-window of n florist on llroadway who makes n specially of chrysanthemums and alwaya makes a fine display of them. "Oh, Carrie'" gurgled one of the girls, "aren't those white chrysinthe mums just too dellclously lovely? They look like tbe down on a baby nneel's wings." "I'tn'm, said Carrie In delighted acquit scence. "Yah," observed the grimier young ster to bis mate; "dat makes me tired. Dey looks a sight more like ur lot or cold slaw." It In Kmentltit for the proper development of mlud ami body that a MilHclent quantity of soluble anil aMlinlltble jihosphstes lie Introduced Into the itumacbs of young; children. Melllii's Food 1 rich In blootl-formluK, train-forming aixl boue-formlug com ptviinils. Kverjuotly golog to tbe CotisigtimaBt Sale. M'KCIAb MITICRS. f-TO WHOM IT MAY CONCIKX' Tbe Has has arrived when parsons who owe bills rautt pay them or lotalreredlt. Do sot lake off sow when you r4ve our nolle, but If yon are aaable to pay no aad make soise arra&iiewMt with tbe party yon owe towaids a tettlsaeat. What we want is protection for oar mer chant agalaet that elaes of persotu bo ean, but will not, pay their bllU. Tboe pereous who have failed to make any suaaceaMBt for tattling their btlU after having been properly ootUled, will W re ported to the members of tke Merebaau' Matual Preteetne rakm OeeBr t a ua worthy of ersdlt. Ibis aeeoatatloa aabraeas merebaats, doe tore, lawyer aad alt otbw bmlaeeiae, trades and prefeeetose. We nope laereton wilt send la lieu of aaaw of pereens who have Iull4 te eettle or aseke arraaffenwat tberefor la Usee for oorriurt. J. II BROWN, Mewmer, Kiwailt, Central National BiBk Bauotec. aSSlM tsr KBMOVAL. K.tSTON X HUPP. Ssarhmeta, Cneaar fa. are and ifktU Wave lenmred W Mt JMh t- n. w , Oesfsilla Star aniae. SSl igpf-'A CUB. US. JOHX StYAV. cvtmui, Invites ike dieairasntiesaen u-& H ttt Vtasi stfeet, and ntaM their enter by a iiiil ebin animsnt. aenUm leianWsJnS eetaaUfhnwet fut relief Hon and atoldac W eume, bunions, ishnaisd aaiU and all ether foe t uoablee Uuap- la. m- to p. as. Sundajie. 9 to M. oenoehw, K par vteh for Murine the feat in good oadar. staMtshad. 2f LAWSb ' LAOI BV UUIB I W . MeCalery b the only bat and bannet tram amanrartnear in thTettr- CaB analMkS her new &. HMohhw aid uresis, bssaw and faU hats alitaM to. tne leseet sty im "IsW. 1st. gy-J. WILUAit lux tfsnWsnOsntMkT tl HnWIf IsAtf 1flfflt LKDJnTAKJUt SKJiA.AYK.t.W.. aout nMe. HraMk Osai W Marvtaad aia. s. w. 3UwbY .IMMT : snf eudi nvoas MAYS YOCK FOM Of Ui mmmm thhataae onttnts rbargst ? wr JEIl aUKY T UtA.V, OKKY TO WAS om 1 Stli Slnt- . tiLitfel ,Urut. Sto delay where . Mtiagiiociityai All m ALL nCWV fOLOA OHSJIAL TT MUVK1U at s Ah tm csnnr. 6,'MP. O i. UUa.hXAXSkTATIAMOlAJAS F. mmimtCn In a..! part of the c'ty eo.4 Fixe luaa.ji CbrLer 5th ai. i . . 'cT- u i WTemmnM ' saanCTByla sjiwil Fllff- M'snlgMtOlkSh i 'YlTSBtites? Arrtion .ai.ibs. BtJCASK BHCrt AnrtonSr 1TTliY SIT K nt IAcK IflT Ot Q!.OTM)lN ID HOP Hit!. PARK, BRlWK S C. I M(B R'lvrt. OR nARliieriN A . fR AT lATt.rR W)AP rra ATr rpa Art fonj. vov Mfl", tl ssnocUit'R t whl set i on the irwrsemiws i.or nnrno w www pabr irre piemipp" i.u r nmuii w ctwitsiatt a iarssawte few on ALTAMOMY AVnNt'B, Rtsi n a Risvior rxin it ste few i rn rvrtmwirs: !, BeTwocn ii a n i rtcipa miVMand SAMdh - R"AD. overl oM tlw nl'y and can n pnny rp ra?wiT'-i n. snmiiT mt )Trn ne Oilnl cash, tmtatree m St-d If. TroTtt,;mii,.totar Sptrceet raterestand Tt imd J clwi of trust oa VHwmtVt, at all rash, at opt ina of rmrrhassjr a deposit of MI0 rrqotrrt at ala; e nteyterla , at pur c haws citt Ttrtts to be comTmen wftri tn nffeeri days. D .USCASSOS B09., AnctJortcers Tin Rim ii sts n w IXICTTORS' SAbR PF VAI.trBt,R IM PIIOVE1I RIAL KJTAThRSOit'S ffiTT BR Nn 9tB IXJT c , IN SO. 11S4 sinRTnw VAiiKSrj, nTnOR81)AYAFTRRIW)OS,VOVl!stBRR SO, at 4 SS o'clock we will offer for nil In front of the piwnlws snh lot ('. m cian f, sltnited on Massachusetts awnne n-sr tbeThfiRaarlTcre. This Is the reside- f tne latr r-senre Fta-o nd is a compara tively rw hiuse. In rjrrtlent condition and ready for munrdlsteocrnriani-T. It contains wveatren rooms, hesMe hsth room, closets. An. The tot has frontage crl two ty one frt eight Inches hy a depth of onehmflred and Ictiy frt The house la one of the best l.tttlt dwHilnrs In tie Hty, barrnt all the rrpclftn cmT(Tiltne,hanl Woodflmsh oahl ret irantels, tile hearths rmtlsr pantry Innn dry, Ae Bn.wn stone and press brick front Terms- Or e third csh. the residue In twj rqnsl lntallrnents. In one and two years fioir dsy of sute nt S per i-entnm Interest, layKbloctnl annnt Hy, seenred by a deed nt tratn tic trope rty sold, of all ch at the oj tlonol the porebsser. A deposit of $W9 attlncofmle. If the terms of snln are not rorepUtd Hh In fifteen days from the day of sale the esecntorsreserre the right toreselt the proyetty at the risk sml cost of the de fealtlng i arc hater after five dat a' ad vert Ise trent ot snch resale In him newspaper In Washirgton. 1. c. All conveyancing and recording at the cost of purchaser. llonse can be Inspected by permit from the anotMieers. AMIKHT A TlROOKB, Kxeentor, WMhst. n. w TOaKriltXI HKMRNWAY. Kxeoatrls. Bolf.St lisi Mass. are n. w. WANTKD IIKr.f. WANTKI)-TOU0 WlltTR OtHh TO assist la housework In small fstnlly. lUSfstnw. jSt "NV ANTKU-A MI1TKWA1TK698. Awly at Sis R st n w SO St ArANTF.I)-A WllITB WOMAN AS COOK and leundrets; city references recl'ilred. M17 Mill rcr Place avH A TANTtll-A WOMAN Ttl HO MrlllT I hnnairr,1f and wait nM ta.tv, rAfal. crcc rcqnlted. alo a lx.y wanted. Apply Ml M st no. tMt AV ANTKl) A HRTTI.EO COLD WOMAS fornnre SSttNYavcnw. 18 3t WANTK,,-A w ,I1TK WOMAN FOH ORN tral boutrwork for a family of 3; rrter rntesexchanrert Adilrcs- .thlsodlce. "rANTtD-INIIUSSTttlOUS WlttTK ntflt, fur Rtuernl liou-twork. Call at 1119 Vt aven w tint ArANTKfl-A HKSPECTAIIt K. HONEST V rolotcd elrl to cook, wash and Iron: ref erences required, good wages. Apply lotM it t n w. tlt fAMM-A UKKMSN OlIlL A COOK aid anlst In general housework. App y aHUt-lnw iH .St J ANTfll-A t.tKLTO DO ItiirttKWORK, bite: tntitt be ond owk and innnilrtMS and no objection to children: Herman nre lcrtl 1-alltts.Sdst se is It WANTi:i ilTIMTIOiSS. rANTEI)irY a"hKSI'KTABLR WlfK II wonan nbo Is llrsr-c-lam cok. sites tlon In first ilats fatLlly; wagci IJOto 19 isr noinb; Inst references. Address K , this cBice iM M rANTKH-llY A IIBSI'RITAHU WlttTK gtrl, a place as obamltcrmsld. lantilre at HX'l Kitiv aot 7ANTbl)-Iiy A KKSl'K-TAULK COL'D I woman, a place to d general boiise o ork or conk Apply at Ut plaee. 610 n w. WANTED- HY A UEcl'KCTAllLaOOL'I) I V girl, a situation to do general bouse witrk In small family Addrcs ICOi I' st n w. YirAMKb-S-tri'ATION I1YA COLOKRD I I girl, as chambermaid or nure. IMS Madison t IS at AfANTKI)- HY 2 lUibl'KCTAULK WntTB girls, situations, separately; tineas watt ree In a nut class family, the oilier as good rook; best of references, SI !i I tt n w, VA5TKU-KY A KESPBtTAIlLK COL'D r girl, a rUt e lu a private family aeenam berawld: erst claM city reference. Call at 41 Washington it, bet O and U, tth aal Sth tten w. IS St -7ATKI)-UY A HESI'SCTAHLK COL'D girl, a situation as nuree or chamber mabl:cn Ue references. CallSlltfaw. w TAMKD-HY A KBaPKCTABLB COL'D t alrl. situation a ebambermakl or wilt r-se, best ol reference, stay algbt Call ? b t n w in .yA.TRD-Y A HBSl'RCTABLE WHITE V girl, a iltuatloa a ehambermald, walt- rwiB or to do plain tewing; referent!. Ad drea ST T.thta uttlce. 18 3t l-EltONAI.. ir AUAME W1LMN, THE CKLRUR.VTBD and wel' kaown eDeolalUt Is all fe- Baleeomnlaliite. 441 C t n w. Hours from 10 a in to i p m dally SD-lm N" OW IS TUK TIME. WK WILL PAY "bU BvoneT" for eeati' firat-ahu ond-hand clotblag. Addnws or wall at Iwrrrs old stvd. sis n . n. w rtlll KfcXT KOOllS. ?OR KKNT-XKAK Dl'POSfT CIBCI.K. 1 nuely fumbaed front roost, at lN 19' b M V 70B KSNT-BY A bM tLL PKIVATX FAM . Ity, a Urge pleasant rooea, uaf uratened. ideairable teoaitU, refeevate im bigaul lo UaCKae. lSt F OK MkT-FVIIXiaHRll AND ISYVU i bbsd ruoa ai ii ih b w 1W ?u bkU.1 S LAbbE I NFl BNlsUUO lent roop lih Large eloMSt aal fttwan-eWac PelU'trr t o e8 K I m pi 7OK KIlKT A LAMfaK FHUKT HOOM. J ab . te, fur uiabed. t aad gee. bath a SkmeasMM, uaiuuiuiui car Hues, utim seseMsabht. I all at H 1st t e w Itt-Si Uet JlkT-ICtLY Ft UNtbtiXD B.ti K naitur bedrooat: bent and . uiaa mdanturbund Apply at lWSttbet a w l-St SSNT ISM R I A K-l LABfiR Mask L row timtmi lucwlr fnrnlahad roni faaa aoata houMi is aret tfbua and tonal tun dWUghtroi. refesesax mbeaed n I? 2HMI MaWT-atM OST N W- BEilKABLX runuaawa rooem lu neatlemen. private tanOly: f and U pee mowm ia-es loit KCMT-wu irru rr, surr k add l 1" it.l rlaant and coaalortanbt huree room on 3d Rour tor I, good table board, W. mfcreBcea. WJi tK KKtT HIUHi IjSUSt HmVXmmMmti3Z 1388 y et ti w. 13 re T kM 41 lilShaMafe. 17 t aed alanks -We InsTttstaw. ISre MS iC uayttiw.iiM itjej iStiataw.at. .Seat uu6et,a mm Mi hats eve n w, U r 89 Utbstea.usa it lnlatnw.tts Sa WIS Sat W. 14 w Ssj 1Mb Cuba av a w. u M 47 17 w u at a w. tt r. as as ITtS 3 st a w. 11 re 8 UUUejugt. ire S uttuuuw.utt mu i.wras w, u r.. i7ootaw.u .... its 1 at a w. m a 17S4 Cusuwaa u. U . i:wtotcwst. im mas l-MB V t a w. kv ra 0 iKMtnatnw.r -- i I sfjjsme fciwas. a w - ljusflnenw.Wr. aenf UC StawhWw at. en SB tt viaastBV.Tra - ii um nh a w. asi and dw WM Florida i.ve,Sr . . .9W 6STGatav.br . l.M Slat at nv. tea WW najausc w. B- tHt'bTtY tUCAV ST4Tkl. CuK VLR- L'Tlt-lX. Heabby F Una. SW naate. -ge rn. k reMUeaae Sui tterj outnuUdutgs !U BnUruaJ. uom huur fruiu in i U10 nhiss a w WakiotoaJW Hla KSUR bALR-AJiOCT 17 Ai BB OS O si F o e citouded. ou tt.e ! scl '.au tVk n u u ac J buldlers' Buac Kail war twin.' a part i. 'te OfltAle A ttUt JtlM f-'tuof J a M U4n a w ta'.ud' XUmvouJ ' .; : i .jrt j f-r kleetifd Vi r wu.- ,r a c!- mmm business qjrictqrt jurists-a rn rrM' sf rrt n ORO.ITKEAL. J lis rth st. n. . FPfe A. r llllDT tM h st mm iii.i.br, so 7 wn w n w. J, RRII I.Y J I". 11 ra r. i. n n 1 1 1. 1 at rrsrthst tAf m $ WoWlRS SOJ. 111 Pa t t.VtIQt t! rvHXlTBHtl. A ?I-SillltAi!t.-rWfttlSt. .irTT-io.Yftfcifv. tHirTTASO; WO. cor. HtB and P st. Mtttv in:.n.KMm. TOWARD ?JCtrrT, 817 rJtti.n w K RARTBRkCHTVllsarthSt. i if in in i iiiiiiiaManalaaiiijrfr,tJiJ-JJ'--J- - " ntti: fiititM TABST BRRU IRO CM . WS-t sfntth ' t PRRURFRA RRHBRnjrts),Va.av AN1VRKT SSJR BUSCH BRRW A.f. and a. av. .irLIUSRISRSBRtSSJ Sthandl.sts.e S. R. rALMSR.S'S-l Dst W Sth Del. W R TDK NATIONAL BsrBVmotii 1t,f.th n er. BARTBOT.OHAY BRRW IT, sea nth t aw. niri nr.s. n. b. kirk worm, isss out a p llliMPHRFYS. miathst n w t ARLliBfRJt7Mfhst B w. HOB mit.TRMAN. 1st N Y. ave. .T.H Rt'VILl WS 8 st n.W I.SW NRWMST8R. Sth and Fa ave ti, w nRiRR,esara.a. Ii.HAflRHTT, iSMPk ate. HAKKHS. i n RKistNoiR ten tsth st. n. JciB N !TBJ?!Ll. NB I. Op st. SrnNKtllBR. 411 1 st a. w. i i lUtTTl, VMS. .. C, PALM1P. UW Sh st TMB ARLINGTON ROT (1 aw CO (MhandRnw. Iff 1T1H, VllKKSi: I .VII KHHS JAS F OY9TRR, Pa. ate and Sth st. II I Tf III; lis. A. r.OBFFLKR. fcnlre Market 11IOS T KEANB 4S to 51 Centre Market. J H. IIITM-HFR. fSS to Ml Centre Market FDW. liHOORR. Ml M Ontre Market OTTO r M PPVkt. 1 OT Centre Market. A.J RILSY. ti M Centre Mafket. ii i r y or. us. ORO. P. ATWATBH ft CO , 1 184 IM Pa. are. OVKHMAN W IIBKLCQ.715 ISth st n W- noiirv, siioim .i.mi i!i'iinnns. 3. II MOHAN. 4S4fth St. A I. 1IAZI.RTN.4A7thst M. bTlILRL.tM).Rra. ate OFO. U . HK 11. 717 Market Mpace. HOWFLL.t MtllHAY.fWtlhst n w. JOHNC wiLM.o.tr ,tlS7thst n w. I. lllll.HliU.Nfi. WS7thst n w. .1 BOOL, One rrlce bhne lt(inc.77th st. NATIONAL HtiTKL SHOE STOHK,4flI'av. H.WAI.KRHTrCKRH.ian Pa. are. JOS A. HFPKTTI. SIT Pa ate 8. e. M. OHEKNBAC.M 1131 M st. II ItlC II A ON. 1W 4 tthnw IM VKI.'M.V. IlK.os A a) . lit are and II th st. IKW1SJOIINSONAro..iethnDdta are t OhMIN MACA1ITNKY, 1110 F St. BATEMAN ft CO . 1(11 F st. n W. V. M. MATKK ft CO .516 Mil st woods co . lira F t. n w LEW ISO 1 KU K MICKY ft to,l$1SF. It I.VA.V. CENTRAL NAT HANK. 7th st. and Pa. arc HRtOND NATIONAL,RAB7lht n. W. COl VAIBIA NATIONAU 911 F st. n. w. NAT IIANK IIEI'UIILIO. 7tb and D sts FAItMEHb'ft MUCH 'S NAT , cor. Man I list. IIOOIi.W I.II.ltS AfiO STATIOSr.llS tt . II. LOt'DKtlMIl K ft r tl.. 1 11 'J F tt M 1IAI.I.ANT1 Nh A KONM, NMTtb st. A K tt 11.1 1 1MB. Ml 7th at. n W. W. H. MOHRICON.tnsl Fst. CHAPMAN ft TAYt OH. 915 Pa ave. nw. SAbTON HUI'I'. W 11th t w f tltl'I'T t l.l: I.VI.'KS. FMriltK si RAM an S Mass are F. II. Ti OUNfla. 1 W 1 ave n w. C.INtJI'll.l I M .1 IIAIA M. O. COPEf.AND. NO 11th st nw. c.isii iti:nisTi:iis. NAT'LCAStt KKOIBTKKCO. Mth ft X t n w. i .iiri'i.'A ri;if. .i.m iifii.ii;i."i, ALEX. MILLER. 1415 Ohio are, DAH1IY ft DAVIS. lSSS 15th st n W. C. A . LAMILEY, 310 lth t n w. I AJ.. II I MIA .I.MI II K. I.MI I i;s. TOKAI.ON ttl.NECO .! tilth St. v oils r.r ukrkv ton. M. C WHBLAN.lOUFst. r.iTi;i:i;i.'v F. FHEt'ND.7th st. n. w. D. J.WEYMAH, ll lltbst ALEX. FollTlN, laeK uthrt n w LOUIS CIIAP1NS. 1711 Lst B w. OKAY ft IIIlO.,lTWLtBW. CI.OTJIIIIKS. VICTOR K ADLEK. M7 7tb BW.eor Mus.av. M. KAUFMAN, ecrner Mb aad I ta. . 1. IlAMUt'HUEIlftHi.eiIaav. N.Y ONRI'MICECLOTHIN0.3117tlit B W. OOLDEN KAtilK CO , ll Pa. ave. s. e. W. NOMDLINOEK.3107 M st a. W. B RICH ft MIX. IMS 4 7th BW. V I Kit I lOlft. AMIPKW J. JOYCR'S M)NS. Wareroom. p -HSUConu. avtt ; Factory, 4U1 I lib aw. W F OBYEK.4MPS ave Aleo barafM. HOICK AND CAHRIARE BAZAR, jB-lS La. MrDKKMOTTft tlHO.,3W Fa. ave. a. w. S I llBEKfe, No ttlfltl bw VILLIAM WALTER'S SON, UthaadCstsaw ( I OK ft J ABOE, SSStVI M tt A H.HHBOORY. N Y ave and Mb . c oa rt:c rioA i;ks .1 mi c i fes. J. FCbfiELUllSSN. Y are T.JAHV1S. itbt. IIlfvKE ft l llli. SUIMb at. CUAS. F FLKibCHMANN, 1410 Fa. ave I A MS. TEMPLE HOTEL. Sth M, op. U H Fat-Oa.. IBf NEW EOL.HlCAFS,44h. ElKf IHMXCI BOOMS, S Fa. ave. I O.M'JJC TIOXUHJI. M BRILL. 417 lab st. Whole lab' H R B.DBUHMIXI.SII lltbst Whubtaale. FIRLDIM4 ft ta. 4SJ Pa ave. blLL'a.UWl'kt. bUSSlZftCO ur MMbajkaFstt. a w. BRBeNAHAXAtO ,4rtlit a. w. F Nbw TOK lTSS-tl Fa. ave. a. w. BMM BT, 4M 71b t. a w. A. QPTKbl'MW. Mai lbtn st a. w m i wmi J At OBa BBttf . Kg Pa ate. hi. rim ihih, HtKWi F Ra.H.3SaUsnnw. i ua n..l..ay IKY UtlUUa. JOHK H feHOOT. IM M it. W. M. BCbTSR ft miabi, MS Pa. ave. LAbUtBlleUH ft BBO..ui a) Tin at. a. w. tlATOK PjUtlYFa. ave jandlta ai. TBOi J LTsptb ELL. USS . JOHbbOS. ft LTTTHBU.T13 Market bnaoa. T. RRIKRSBIrT, W Tta at. a. w. S J FUHEL. aF e. GBO F BARWlf. SlS.Fa Tf a. e. S D BrnTHft rn. tsMrtba aw TEKN-k fWY Ml Ui aUCNif, fSbPS 7tb u. w. V S t LABb, ft CO.. HI SawEst anaea. GEO. OilB. &U Ittb rt. a. w. " CBAIO ft JACRbOK. 314 ktal a w t kklFIB. 1IS Mat a w. BUKbUK'a BMPOBH'M. St-7 4 St S W X KtlUKUt J BHO UM Ttt St n W isVtStUiAI'A. FBAkSP WELLUt,7Uttnat Z D (.1LLMAV. SB? t ave. T m. OGBAK. latl Fa aSb SAUI-U- T OTOTT. Itntional tiotel Butblios; BOMBUFATBM- PBARSaTy. WW get. GEO A kUaNTLKY. litb and Cofoooaa t. O.V WUOBK. e iur tSjd aadOiS B.W. BJCkUBt'BG ft BLUOTT. UaM 14th at B. W . B BttiT . 4ftib aad U a w CCBHit-TlAM. 44 Peat Gt. t'lMM ...r a YaveaadlKhal. JOHN B M IuB. bflM 7th at a W VI MM ImU t OtVat. VmtUMH A OU. Ml If at a W W.T imtAX WYE tmT&7Mtbtt. FlM.BRB.ttMO!. sepi b KBL 114 is at a w --"-' lam. iwviPtmmV.ltuimfm w. st ' isi I Ml ijjajaj-ajiawpM I m I mi II ,i til i L, lM.lt ULtt l.ir)HM.M lfttt.lt f. 4 L bSIWABS. WW H av 6a BAAS jr. UBS Fa we 4 B utUUAM. tm Pa ae o ftAftt i tin t-toMT i ox umm il K9.jLMM' Fa nv. wnjasTS-nvsj. rioxiltif i .ttHBgrhzr& . mU-V UOaUtTtU't''! III Ml At.. AlbJClSjAUb, tVft . I I Ul9li i IsUEB- UJS Pa nil w 1 H HALI!4tli audt. ib i i all DEB- mtb r t a A .t 1E Jl bRU 1 -' P . K.D.a '.UP L.U.C a i . ' , wASHiN&iojf Business MECfunT fjrr rsslvt.vr; rr..tf ... ' FlRtV'" t st awllA. at. iviirftRfA Mtl is rs tfsf a w LtJl? ffll.A'S FIRK I"S. tt ,M lltl St. n . Nit !. FTRJ f 5 Cr. W I v. 1 "ft f' FtR rVa T., 4W (rib St i-oTrA iiv co , i m 11 M-a . SclRltp'ii ca aid fassav. 1 ABB'S Kmm A F Ktl t iMth st A atrvs. tmAstir fRiit,it!sbttt w. rtHm'.nritTii'ix ir t-nrttit. R. A. OOlPiS, m ret.tre Market ,i.n - , - .---- ,, rt1 , i ii. --irJnJ-'- rni ynt.ni rrffoj v tRvw wcwiSX st wset n . wfc. H. nri,Aa, ire Nut rtrjf.'vrrrjtfc L5 A CO , 1 .th f Tct , r-4. ITfOtrftJlS 411 7th it Kjk s'arsct "pace HBTWR vn, Ufa Frt. -IB. rW7 rn are Ofcfjn tO !h!4 7thst. ?jht 'W inw n tt st. D RYRBS PfffTthst M RBRRMAN ii7!B;th8t B.w. irti.tfrar-hn w WN ". cor snh aim ra a ST, PWrilfhsf n . Hit I t Tf'ltllS SjCHftTE. .s Flstnres, 1311 fH .. s. Mtaiyift bro . 4sb sta a.w. nasiBsng. A Mtnti.iAN. sit th st. a. w. F BROORfl. Ml 1Mb a w MRHf i:m.iu Hot.r.sAi.r.. 3 t SbOOWl CO , SIR U av. i. t. BaRBOTR ft SON. S14 tS Fa ave. Hll.L A CD ,M La. r Blsl OFPtfTT. SSTt 1t M st nw RICH AR1) A CO. S Pa a nw. lIHOCtiKtHS. JAtRi3NACp,SePa are J.f". HBPMAil.Sthamt m are. N W. Ill rUnklUlWl Fsf a w. J. K CLBART. Mr. Ilth st B. w ELFHONSO ToflNOS Cf ) . No. N8 Ml St. B.W. U f M R ft CO , W7 Market Spae). K. MAC8ICR ( RdPLRY Slst and M St. W R BROWN, STtbst and Fa. ave. A O WHIOBT. ISiHltthst n. w. JNO P LORB.lM41tthst.n w. U. W oniJTT CO . SSd and N sIs.B. W, II. U. EXLIOTT. 15ST1 Ilth t w. A.ltBTTMl'LLBR.ITnitthst B.w. THO? RNOWLBf. 1301 SSd t n w. R WATSm I34S 7th st n w. F M WALK BR. W La arc J W BHYA- ft BRO. Sf Pa are tl0 O RENNRI'Y ft SON", ISM) Fut n W. BNOttNlNQ ft MIDDI RTON.sieFaave T II WALKRH ft CO, StS-SO La ate. A OABfll.Uft Ct), 13(9 rth st. NIIBIIRA. SSSPaave. W K AHBOTT. I7l Pa ave n w I. PR-SAONO A SON. S SSthtt. ItallaB. 11 V M.I A II IIH III ll.l.'lf. 3. RncilON.aniHhst n w. 8 HELLBK, 7W7thB W. uoriii,." NOItMANDIK, 1Mb and II sts. AM.INOTON 1IOTHU Vt are. and tt t. tt BLCK BIt'S 1Mb stTbet N Y are and II sts. AHNO. lth and I st nw BIIHITT HliIjhK. I Oh and Fats. MRTItoroi.ITAN II DTK Ufa ave atHtSHi St. tt OHMIJn '8. 16th and It stt n. w. CONOHHSMONAL HOTBU CBpttnl Hill. NATIONAL HOTEL. Pa are and nth st. M JAMBS HOTEL. Pa ave and Sth St. TUB HAMILTON. Ilth and K st n w. THK 1IS1A KDEKR, Pa are and 3d St. jioti:i s i mi ui: r.i iii.i xts. MORGAN IIOUSK, 31 st., aboTe N. OWBN HOUSE Pa. ate., near U.S. Treasury. MT. VEHNON 1IOTKL, 4 Pa are. n. w. BMMITT HOI'S K, opposite H ft O Depot. COLUMBIA IIOI'SR. lotbaml RsU I.AM1S IMOHOAN HOt'SKi. ''JOS M st B W. jiAitxiiss .i.mi ioif.Mf nouns. LtTT. ft IIHO . 4S7 Pa are K. KNEKSHUS SON. ! 7tb ii a it my a nit. BARBER ft ROCS, Ilth and (2 st. y. P. MAY ft CO . hSI I"b. ave. CHAS T. CARTER ft CO .HO Pa. ave. JAS. B. I-AMHIK. 1I15N Y ave. 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