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Tiria ntiTic, Wednesday evening, deoiujtcr it, isoo.
y i "" hv i ,fl :i . ri in tfl ! I' i rt CITY HVI'.UIAI.H. W. Hi IIcimkIiIi.ii & (',.' ClirMmiis l'rnai'iitn. Renter If inuarc In n iiian lary what In tr ''ili'fMctiil (nr nClirlMnin ulll. Toil nail nut im.dermer ll.c problem but liraipr, Iwr p i ('trrtt In thn birsc mnHU'itnciit oT W II Iliirchlim A Co.. nt lam nnd I'WI I' n'nN lM'Mhwct. and til'enlnok Kl their lmniin rriiiiiliiinit u( f.inei elinlrn aid Idlest nlilfiof rltli'g tt nUi. mul It tlieaa nrtlrliw fill In 1 lease inn fur n fhrlalmis prment to nir It lend. Ilicy lui nlx-ntnrjr hull ling Jmt filled with rll kind lit nnhlijr KimilMMtl'iibtr fort litl-tninr rtcul cither for inur moltior. wld. fi In r, best ulrl, mini, cimln. or ntij I nh eltii . llic Oilljil." 'I III WllNlllltllt- TIIK NlNtrKKMII CLITl'lir. "1 liln iuil ItiloreMltin mul iiii.IitIiiih TnUi li e Ilnnnl tin nnakcnrd (treat inrlo'lly fthcr cirr slum it It purniirii In Kit rrnultn second rlntit, ml nil iinillii't it ilAlrnijanii. It mnslstsiil aiuintltntileplneednponn Inrun I I mil containing the altilialiel and numerals. II simply resting the lingers or two persons 1 1 ui the small Initio It miiim, nnil tn nil InTcnti 1 1 il vtirpnsea becomes a tiling, ficnllilc thin:.', I'.rltig liilelllgrnl.insncrii loan) riuettlon tlmt tan Ic prii uunilnl. underfill nstlitsnia) seem the "Ui'in" uii Iriminiilil) tested at the I'nllel Hlnten Patent t dim rehire tlir tintriit iim allowed. Tor sale liy all llr-t Iiii-ji Tor llciler anil I tallntirr. V m.rar(urr! by llir KKNV.Mill NnVKITV I'lllll'eNV, M) Smith Cliirlcs street. llnltlmorp, Mil. A tWfut ClirNtinua Pri'ti'iit. It iiu Ielrc a useful as ell ai h cn Ic-i-Me article In present lo jour friend some llilnglliat will not perish In ll use In n tow tin, an most presents itn uli mil purchise hup ottlmnp handsome $'13 Parlor Suite, fix ilcrs. In I hire tarlctliK, at Itudclrn's, !. nii't Kit Stenlli street northwest. It will but imirli longer tlinn n inure cxpcimhc Christina present, anil ghc more general and rent sill inrllmi lo jour frlcnil. Purchase now, while n smill ainoiuit ot ensh I roijulroil, ini'l pajr I lie I rlnncc alter the liolldni. .MASONIC OKKICKRH INSTAIil.Kll. Itiiiiiioiiy l.mlRp Una n Itli; C'ruuil nt tlin Cnllipilrul. Tlic Ciitlicilrnl ir tho A. A. S. 15., No. lMi" (f trcct nortIiMl, wiw throngeil with liulirs mul pontlciucii lnit nght mi the decision of Hip mlillc luitnlliitlon of iifllrero of Hariuoiiy IiinIrp, No. 17, V. A. A. 31. Tho oIllcerH liiHtnlleil worn i,. I!. (fliin, W. 31.; 1'. Mcl Oriawcll, S. W.j V. KWillliims H. W.j 0. S. I'lrmln, trenv miT) S. lUxlor, 31. or T.; Ii. II. York, clinpliiiii; A. W. Juliiiinti, .4. I).; (I. S. Altnntcr, .1. 11.; C. I.. ItcUbruu, 8. S.; 11. A Allen. .1. S.; I". V., Vamp, nrg-uilst; 1. H. !rny, tiler. Tliecxt'rciswi'nnsi'itt'tlof llio ciitranco if t Hirers, reception of olllcera of (Jruml l.oilKe, lnnrrli, nrgnu ilnct, llrotlien 1'. II. t'ninp nnil I). !, I'fellTerj iulilrcici or welcome. Hrotlier llnmitlon Kmltli, M", M rctelle, "Der Wnlil." by choir; Imtal Inllon of olllcern, comlm'tiil by llrotlicr Jnlm A. Sample, 31. W. (Jrand Master; Milo, "Itlil 3Io uincoiirce,'' Jltne. .Minnie lScflim; (xtpttc, "Aiinlc Iutrie," liv tltu rhoii;.iluel. "The Trotilmilors," llrntliew W. A Melnrlnml nnil II. 0. IVarson; ad-ilici-, lJrotlier William II. SliiRleton, It. W (irnnit fecictnry; oclt-ttr, "Tlie Waltr," liy the, choir. KcfreshmentH were nerveil nt (livconiltislou of tho initallatlon cerc moiiirc, Hrotlier William A. Yatci, wiio' lias lietn fcrctnrj' of Itnrmony Lodgu for Iwcrty conseciitlic years mul who was to lime lieen in.stalkil for another term, w.ii prDM'nteil fioiu being preacnt on necniint i f sicklies. 'I lie instnlladon coinniltteoof nrr.uiKe mi iiIn weio llrotlicm W. Ilnmlltoii Smith. 1". ilcf. t'riswell, I,mtln It. Olnii, I.uvl 11. York, 1). (J. l'feiffcr. The choir was ( inlxsctlof lliothen 1). Ii. Miller mul 11. (. IVarsnn, lirnt tenor; W. A. 3Icl'iir liiiul mid W. II. Atkinson, hpcoiuI to:inrx; 1. J. Whiiiplonnil J. II, ISliiekiunr. Ilrst Lase; W. I), limber anil W. l!-lipuanii rf.t'C(itiil hasv. V. K. Cntnp was tho oriwn itt act ompanist ami -I inc. Mlnnlo Itiuhtn Mlloilt. llrotlicr Sinl'h, In his welcomii aililre-s, iialitn liifili cimpliment to woman anil her many fcelf-aacrillcliiK irtue-s, anil one of Hie hanniet features of tlie evenlmr was the cloi.iiij oration hySecritury riln fiUton of the (iraiiil limine. I'lUllllllll'N nt a lliiiiiiuct. 'I lie Owen House was tho nccno l.it i.thtof a happy gathering of tho3rastcr numbers' AKv.ci.illou, wlilcli cnjuyeil Its nuiiunlbmiqiul. l're lout to thuliauipiet the following officers Mere eleeteil fortlio tusiiiiig year: l'lmiilent, Janiei ta;:an: ice-preaiileiit, II, !'. Ilrook: secretary anil treasurer, Juniei t'lumhigliam; sergeant-at-mius, Joseph IJiilnler. The following pentleiuen were prowid: Jmiies liagan, .1 inn Mitch"!!, 1M. J. H.in nan, l. (J. Cumihell, 1). llaniinn, W. W. Douriphty, .la lies l.ockhciul, It. A. JJatchlor, (leorga A. (ireen, 1!. 3fcllree, Joseph Qtiinter, J. f. Allison, Albert "Wunl, James ollon, John (jmyhiim, I'. N. l)cerux, Charles f,ockhe.ul, James Ciinnomber, 0.8. Ilulchton, Another Hatch oT Vnsr.inls. l'ollowlng tho cxnniplo net by thoolll icrsof tho SeconJ Trecinct tn making n raid on Kimcr'n jilace, tho olllcera of tho Third l'rccinrt last night raided boveral i-aloons w hero vagrants and disreputable liaractcre are known to congregate. Tho jilacts raided were McDavitt's, corner of Third and 1) ntrcets southwest; 31orrlng's, tomerof Tlilrd and 3Iaryland avenue, Miuthwest, anil Uriscoll's, corner of Third and K streets southwest. I.'loven sus picious Colored persons were arrested and ihaigid witli vagrancy, William Henry l.ce, William Thompson, John Hall, Isaac Mienkland, Krank Tollman and l'lnkney Turner were required to givo bonds org,) to the workhouse by Juilgo Stiller to-day. ( lirlatliin ;nilinvor IVIretlng. 1'iiilay the Christian llndeavor societies will hold throe meetings, !enoral-,Secre-laiy l'acr presiding. Tho tlrst meeting at '!! a, in., will be nnraer meeting: nt 1 t.lp in. Sir. Hair will glo an addre-ss u "Tho 3Iodel Christian llndeavorcr," I i'il i't 7 p. in., thero will bo a reception to llio t'ccrelary, and at 7:13 Mr. liner will (.itc an address on "Tho .Model Society of l-hruU.in Ihuleavor." Tho meetings will I o held ut thu l'lrst Congregational Church. Mi' Drunk r.iiiulniium. Molly llrown, a llashlly-attlred colored wi man, wearing a blue silk dress, a fur cloak and n Jauntys bonnet, was a con spicuous figure in tho l'ullco Court dock to-day. Olllccr lially testified that sho wus an habitual laudanum drinker, and thnt he frciiuently found her In a dis orderly condition on tho streets. Juilgo 31IIIer ordered her to furnlMi a bond or go to the farm, Dentil of a Nitrae, 3lrs, Jeiiuio Vi. (Jilos died yesterday nt llio Nurses' Home, on 0 stroct, nftcr an illness of six weeks of typhoid fever, aged I'.l years. Sho was a graduate of tho .Mary I-leteher Training Hcliool for Nurses of llurlingtoii, Vt.( and came to Washington in f-'eptciuber, 1H8H. Sho was a great iavontowith both tho doctors and patients. Iioiii on rruvlileiicii ami l'nlley. The wind was moaning Hko a lost soul this morning w lieu old Isom enteroliths l'olico Court und, taking a rear seat, re marked: "Ills am er good plaeo to 'volddo cole, but It makes my olo heart sad lor t'liik how mail)' nlggem In dis city am 'l tmllng on l'rovldenco and jiolley," tfiinailnlis Oleliratc. Tlio fwelftli nnulversary of Spartan Council, Hous of Jonailab, has been cele brated and tho council enters upon a now yrar with Increased membership und re newed energies. Congressman IMnrsc, Judge S. 0. Mills, Captain John Hyuu, AV. 11. Andrews and others tuadu ad ilieases, tonD conta nnd ulsters, all sizes and -1 iiulltlrs, In endli'ss variety, at tho Amer ican outllttors, Mifsru, II. Ituhlnsoii .t Co., IVJ rcimsylvniila ueuuo northwest. Jtereptlou to Now Yorlc ltupulillraiK. At (Iraml Army Hall to-morrow mo iling the Now York llcpubllcan Associa tion will tender a reception to tho Itcpub llcuii members of toiigres.s from that T-'tate. Congressincu Itutney und I'ayno w 111 nildress tho meeting. Orejil mnrk-ilown salo of Suits and Over cculs to (1 1.1$. Kikcmau llrys., 7th and II. LOCAL TALKS. W lull I'ertuiK, I'riiiiiliieiit unit Oilier who', l'liul to Inlereat Tlinn. AVIlllnm 31. Handy Tlitre Is n lively thrtc-rorueri'd light In piogress In Phila delphia n or the lirpublican U'lmlunllnu for Major. 'I he Mayor of that city luis probably liurc Hier Hum the chief mag istrate of any other city, lie, thrnii.ili his subordinate!", has control over nearly I ery department of tin? city gou'rnment, nnd, a .Mayor Killer has shown, lie Is In a IKrfdtinii todo pretty mueliw hut lie please". The men who want tho llepiiblleau uoui Inntlon this jenr are Allen II. llorke, Kd win S. Stuart mid William II. Smith. Tho leading candidate nt priwcnt Is Stuatt. He Is Hie president of the Young Itopubllc'in Hub, mul has bien Indorsed by nearly eery club in hi arl. Ho Is ery potsi lar, nnd ns mi etistor on Hie lllaluctlcKct In ls."l polhd Hie larjrist vote oyer rc teiMsl In tlie State. Mnlth. who Is tho lender after Stuart, wrsi iko 3Iayor. His motto K 'Ilvery tbiug gi'is,' mul be Ismaklug his liglit on tbi'l iasiie. While ho was Mayor 1'hlla ilelhla was nnjthlug but slow. I'rlrc hftlitluir, gi milling and Illegal liquor sell ing, iilthi.i gh c intrary to law, was not j i nlabcd, nnil II was a -.cry disgraceful illvo thf.t was eer raldisl by his blue crats. As a result the "tough" element Is practically unanimous In his favor. Itorkc is the labor candidate. Ho has been indorsed lij thcl'nitcd Labor l.e'iguo and kindred organizations. Should Stuart rccclnitho nomination It would not sur prifc mo to see the others run as Inde pendent candidates, with a Democrat also In the Held. Olllccr Joe Arton There mo nilulity few union deiots In tho country where you will Hud fewer loafers hanging about than you will In tho llaltimoroaiul I'oto luacileKit lure, nnd I very frequently bear strungers jmss reninrks about It. Thero was n tlmo when it was n U'ry hard task to tell who tho legitimate travelers were or who were tho loafers, but wo ha) o them down pretty pat now. Those nights tliey will drop In out of the chilly air for llio want of some other place tp go, but they aro not permitted to stay long. Wo havo nil of tho old rounders spotted, and they aro gtttfngSvthnt they do not venture nenr the depot. Occasionally a licw man will steal a march on us and take n qiiiet llttlo sikkio In n seat, but It docs not hap pen U'ry often. Enoch Pratt This inflation or silver is going to ruin the country; we do not know what wo aro coming to or where wo arc going to land. Our warehouses aro jilltd up with merchandise, and nt the same tlmo the country will be piled up too much with silver. This, however, Is not so bad ns free coinage would he. Free coinage would ruin tlie country. I'lg Iron is much better for tho country than too much slher. Trunk Hell 1 can't seo whv men want to loaf around the city nt night when they can hlo thcnisclcs nway to the woods nnd enjoy a 'possum hunt. So far I have caught scenty-thrco nnd havo hail bar rels of fun. Tho 'possum crop this year Is better than for several years past. diaries II. Wcatherly I am anxious to mo Washington get up a gcntlcmnn'.s rid ing tournntuuit. It would take well, and 1 bcllce thero would be no trouble hi enrrjing It successfully through. I know of a number of gentlemen who favor a tournament. A Cri respondent 1 was glad to see in yesti rduy's Ciiitic n sjK'dal from Phll.i t rll Ida staling Hint (leorge Jacobs, a law jerof 3Iillllntown, who was a classmitc of Senator-elect Irliy of South Carolina, dtnjing Hint Irby was a coward. .More II an or.ro when Irliynnd lucre young sters wo hao fought till over the old led hills of I'aureuee. nnd there is not a cow ardly bono In his body. Thomanwlii doubts John lrby's courage will get ludly left. He Is u bravo man, a gentleiu.ui and n Democrat, and in tho Senate will do honor to South Carolina mul Ids people. John D. (lllbcrt-Tlils is tho tlrst tlmo that I havo been In Washington since tho clou- of the war; nnd I out much sur prised to mm now niucn tno city mis mi proud. I tell you It doesn't look much liV.li it did when I tame marching in over tho hong Ilridgo ut the end oftbrco years' sen leo In tho rebellion. I rodo nil over the northwestern section this afternoon and I think It is one of the prettiest cities, without exception, Hint I have ever seen. "Where there used to be tumble-down squatters' shanties, vacant lots nnd nlmost impnssnblo streets thero are now somo of tho most handsome houses in the Capital City. There was ono section In particular where 1 was eiffeicel a tract of land at a luminal figure, and I Hud that tills same l'urcel of property Is worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. 1 havo seen thrifty ci mmcrcial cities grow up In Kansas within the last ten j'ears nnd havo followed tho Wli'cm boom carefully, but I don't sec but that some of tho Eastern cities aro keej lug paco with tho AVest, nnd Wash ington cun certainly bo numbered among iiiem. titililrii (Inill oiilrers. At a meeting lust night of Columbia Commnudcry, No. SO, Order of tho liolden Grail, tho following ofllccrs wcro elected for tho ensuing year: Past commander, Benjamin II. Harlan; commander, Calvin 0. Townscnd; vice commander, A. J. Altlcu; scribe, AV. A. Itartiuan; muster of finance', Albert 0. llidgewav; guardian of tho e.xelicqucr, (icorgo W. Howlaud; pre late, Charles O. lownsend; master-at-arms, John H. Tonilinsou; lnsldu guard, A. II. llcunett; outside guard, Howard 0, Douglass; trustees, Captain A. I1. Dins more, G. P. Hopkins and .Mathcw Dins more. I'liieil fur Assault. Edward lloland, a barkeeper nt tho corner of Second and O streets, appeared c.n tho witness stand in the Police Coiut to-day and exhibited a gash five Inches long oil his left cheek. Walter IVuham sfoiil Jn tho dock charged with having indicted It. Tlio two bad a quarrel over a colored gill named Hetty Doumau, tho icsult of which was t hat Dcnham knocked lloland down nnd besldei gashing him In tho face, chest and arm throw a lighted lamp at Ills head ami set tho house on fire. Judgo 3llller made tho line $3,1. A Vagrant "Willi Money. Kdwnrd AVright, a young colored man, was arrested last night and taken to the Fourth Precinct Motion, whero ho was charged with vagrancy, AS'hcn tho station-keeper started to lock him up Wright produced 15 and otTered it as collateral, nut tho btation-keeier insisted on having &JJ. In tho meantime a young colored girl went to tho station und paid tho re mainder of tlio money, wlicrcunuu Wright was released. Arrested on .Suspicion. Eddio Howard, a young cplorcel boy, was nrresteil in tho Sixth Precinct yester day afternoon by Olllccr 3fuloy and locked up. Tho lad had a valuablo blanket in his possession which ho claimed had been given him by a stranger. Tho officer felt sntlsllcd Hint it had been stolen und therefore took possession of both boy and blanket. Children's Christmas Club. To-morrow mor.ilng at 10.30 o'clock tho Children'! Christmas Club will hold a meeting nt 3Iiss Strong's residence, 1111 H street, to perfect arrangements fortlio itnnuul entertainment. Tho children's meeting ut which tho Imdgej will be dis tributed and members enrolled will bo held Saturday, Iiiilnrsi'il tho Kloctlnii 11111. ThoT. II, Iteisl Association held lis reg ular meeting last night at 18 Pierce street, at which four new active members wero received. A resolution was ndopted in dorsing President Ifnrrlson's recom mendation in his message, of tlio Ejections bill. Dentil of Dr. Joyce, Tho death of Dr. James W. Joyco yoi- I tciday at his home, 013 Sixth street north west, icmovcsouoof AVushiugton'H oldest and best citizens, Ho was a surgeon In ' tltu Colon Army, and for a long whllo held a position In tlio War Department. In selettlng your holiday presents do not fi rget that you can find a host of very ncccptuhlo und appropriate gift for men Hint boyH ut H. Hobinson & Co.'s, tho American outfitters, 000 Pennsylvania avenue iicrthwcst. KXI'ltKSHlVllNKSH OF OI.DKIl KNIllilHH. I)r Hubert I'lilrher llpnils nil lolil- rslliig mul Instriirllin I'liper. The regular meeting of the Anthrojio loglcal Seicicty of Washington was held lnt evening In tlie Assembly 1 tall of tho Ce anus Club, largennd Interested au iliriiii', I'onslstlngof ladles nnd members of the si.citty, was present. Tho paiier of llio eu'iiing was read by Dr, Ifobert l'l It her upon "The A'lgor nnd Express1 luness of Older English." 'llio siie.iker Intn diK'iil hlsremnrks by stating tbatthe ulijctt belonged to anthropology only in its widest sense. Tho society, bo said, would for one evening at least leave the poor Indian at rest, even if he would not remain so himself. lly older English, the dottor said he did not mean tho English of the days of Chaucer, but rather that of the Ellra licthan epoch. That period was not only a revival of literature and thoarts In Eng land, hut alsiiall out Europonnilespis:Inlly In Italy. At the same time tho renaissance took place in Italy and llio Information u (iermauy. I'rom the days of .Marlowe to those of Shnkestienro vwis tho sprlngtlmoof Eng lish literature. Then it was that tho drama uns characterizes! by a power and fritslum of expression, and there was no censuring press to o.xpuugo and cast out too glowing expressions. Tho speaker re ferred to SackUllo's "3llrror for .Magis trals" ns containing n jpowerful de'seri t leiii of war and death that Is equaled by nothing of tho modern writers. Strong Imaginations and a great love of per sonification and metaphor added much to thoforeoof tho older dramac. The Dr. Eaustus of Christopher 3Iarlone, said Jlr. l'lelchcr, contains a far subllmcr con ception of hell than Is found In either Dante or -Milton. An epigrammatic IcrsenqsM, n daring uso of metaphor and a disregard for the con U'litlonulltii'S aro characteristic of the great works of tho older icts. Another source of vigor and expressiveness Is found in tlio frequent uso of antithesis, nnd epi thets which tho old writers employed, ftirtliosn ami brolly also lend eoiisfdcr tiblotddto tho force of their works. A certain quuliitness of stylo rather than vigor of expression resulted from allitera tion, a figure which was perfectly used by Spenser. Dr. Fletcher used a number of selec tions from the old dramatists to Illustrate tho power of their expressions nnd con cluded with a Jiumorotis sketch from 3Inrston upon tlio subject of the etymol ogy of the word dunce. The address was received with evident nppieciation by tlio audience, and at Its conclusion tlio topic was generally dis cussed. Professor Otis T. Mason, in a few remarks, congratulated Dr. Fletcher upon the deep research which ho had shown In his japer. Professor (ircgory and (leu oral llrown also participated In tho dis cussion. During his lemarks General llrown spoke of tho manner in which the English language had deteriorates!, and took tho newspapers severely to task for not selling a better and higher standard, since tliey weroiiowthepublioinstriiUorn. HIKE KINDKUCIAltTKXS. Tlio t'niiitiilHslniiors Ashpel to 1'tlltlier tho l'rojeet llcforo Congress. At tlio last meeting of the Stliool Hoard it adopted a set of resolutions favoring the addition of freo kindergartens lo tho pres ent school system, which was transmitted to tho Commissioners yesterday with tho urgent request Hint they bo sent to Con gress nt un early day. In his last report (which accompanied llio resolutions) Superintendent Powell says: "I am of tho opinion that tho cstah ishnicnt of the kindergarten system will reecli children who later in lifu form tlio ti limit element that soon degenerates Into greater evils. The new Idea will enable us to Discipline tiiese young people neioro thev become Incorrigible and lose their self-control." Mr. Powell recommends that twenty teachers bo added to the present number, ns kindergarten Instructors, at an expense ofl,7U0. 'llil, Willi $10,000 added to tho lent fund and 810,000 milled lo tho manual training fund, would enable, tho hoaiyl to establish twenty kindergartens. I'liieil fur Cairylug ii ltewilwr. John Snycrs was ono of tho colored men arrested by tho Fourth Precinct olllcers Inst night. He attempted to tnko n ro voher out of his pocket und pass It over to his father. He was detected in tho act, nnd In tho Polite Court to-day lie was charged with both vagrancy and carrying com eulcil weapon". una ofS.r0wns hu iiohihI and also sixty days in tho work house. The Cod That Holps to Curo The Cold. Tho disagreeable taste of the COD LIVER OIL is dissipated in scorrs EMULSION Ol' Pure Cod Liver OH with HYPOPHOSPHITE3 OIT LIluIB JJTL3 SODA. The patient suficring from CONSUMPTION, JlHO01llTIN, CltUKII, COM), on AVASTIMI IHSIUNj:H, may take tlio rouioily with ns much nallaraction ns bo would taleo milk. I'IisoIcIaus aro proscrib ing H everywhere. It U a pp rfcrt enmlilon. anil a nonderful fifth proilucrr, 'Sake no olhtr HOLIDAY RHYMES nv TUB POET LAUItEATE Orthe Men'a l'urnlshluf Depurtmeut, To the rlpht aa )on enter, to your aurprUe, Yon will nnd In great eplemlor what wo adver tise. BILK NIOHT suims Are nohhy when colora are brliiht Look rich In the morning an well ui at night. TIES lly tho thousand, In lllackCream and White The at lea are perfection and price aro rlifht. (1 LOVES An an article that coicra the hand In snappy, cold weather are In great demand, 0001), WAltM Underw ear, no matter, make A present ut till kind uuy ono will take. IN HANDKERCHIEF And Mufllorrf we make nulte a ahoiv. e apprise those that want thoin howfuit thojr ui do go. HOSIERY Most lieaiitlful, (I pairs In a hoi Some ndTcrtlsu them in half-hose, others a sox. UJUlltELLAS Are useful, with Ktltks fancy and plain. And are great protectors In sunshine or rata. EMmtOIHEHED Full Drets Shirts for receptions and halls, Alsodluuerpnrllea and holiday ealln. LINEN Collars and Cuffs, large sizes and small. Worn spring, summer and winter as well as In fall. l'ANCV SUbl'ENDEItS Make a present that's neat, You must hnie such u article Your toilet to complete. The Combination, Twelfth and F Stroets. Kaufman & Sickle, teXx&&imT&stoi Fov mr kLam m a iH THE POSITIVE CURE. I KLY BKOTUElia. M AVartcn HURRY ALONG! YOUR TIME IS SHORT! Tho Public Scorns to Havo at LaBt Fully Awakened to tlio Faot That tlio CONSIGNMENT SALE Now In', Full Blast at tho Now York Clothing House, 311 SEVENTH STREET, Is oirning them tlie opportunity to buy nnt-c'im Clothing at Unit the Actual Value nt the cloth. Owing lo the continued rash nnd the lata arrival ot TWENTY CASKS OP (lOOl)S we will continue the COXSltlXMUM' SALK for Longer. Kow'ejour chance. Kicrj thing marked In plain figures nt ON'IMI.U.F the former price. This entire consignment mimt he told beforo JANUAUV t. Xiite tho price?: j I for Jlcn's llenuT or Chinchilla Oierconti, worth ( IS; $0.50 for Jlen's Hotter Otede Kersey nearer Oiercoati, worth (II; $10 for lilcgant Dres Orcicoat, In W Kt;les, worth JSSj 15 for Klegant All-Silk Lined Chinchilla Overcoats worth ; Storm Oiercoati at to, t", tlO, f 12.W nd f 15, cau't bo bought oujw hero for leas than double the prtce; Men's Hulls ot 1.50, worth MO; good Dullness Suits at (7, worth fIC; splen did DrcM Bulte, Single nnd Douhle-llrcnsted, In Corkscrew, Diagonal, Whipcord and Che!ots, at 10 end $12, worth tn to $33. Hoys' nnd Children's Clothing In cmUein variety, lilcgant Hnioklng Juckrtt nt less than one-half value. Hear in inind, thts site will continue but TWO WE1IK3 LOXOKIt. NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE, 311 Seventh Street Northwost, Whito Bulldlngr. Open Week Da;s I'ntll D p. in. Matnrdayn, 11 NKW Y011K CI.OTH1NO For Heating Bath Rooms, Bed Rooms, Halls, Libraries, &c. ALSO STOVES FOIt HATTERS, TAILORS, ; CONFECTIONERS, TINNERS, &c, cfec. Washington Gaslight Company, 411-413 Tenth Street North wost, THE MOMENTUM ENGINE, MANUFACTURED BY THIS American Energizer Manufacturing Go. 1410 F STBBET NOBTHWEST, -WASHINaTON, D. O. Works at Benning's, D. 0. Tho Samo Horse-Pdwor for Ono-Tonth of tho Ooal. Pafimntno CiivniaVinH frtr- t.hla Wnorlnn nr Momentum Cnarfirlzor. wliorobv parties can uso Eloctrlcity lor Llehtlhcr Purposes, usliiir tholr prosent boiler und cnglno, mnklnp; the light cost merely tho prlco or puttlnir In Ue Energtzer and Dynamos, without using nny more fuel, and giving Increased results In horse-power for tho steam evaporated. Infringers Will Be Prosecuted. FOR THE HOLIDAYS. CHOICE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. Examine tho Fine, Solootod Stook of Ladles' mid Gents' Pookotbooks, Bill Books, Card Oases, Purees, Shaving and Toilet Oases, Collar and Ouff Boxes, Muslo Bolls and,Writlng Tablets. Tho l,argost Line of Ladles' and Gonts' Furnished and Unfurnished Satohols and Valises, Also a Large Lino of Trunks and Harness of tho Very Best Quality of Goods. Twenty Per Cent, Discount on Horse Blankets and Lap Covers. WHIPS IN LARGE VARIETY. KNEESSI'S, 425 Seventh Stroot, Next Odd-Fellows' Hall. THE TERRIBLE SLAUGHTER I OP CLOTHING AT Tho Groat Manufacturers' Sate COltNEIt NINTH AND E aTItEETH. Eiility-tlirec TlionsaM Dollars' Worlli Will bo tolt nt One-'jiiaiter Value. Men's Oicrcoats, f i.'i; regular price, $10. Jlen'a Overcoats, f 3.50;. formerly til. Men's Oiercoats, ft; formerly $10, Men's lllnck Dealers, Chinchillas, Meltoua and Kcrsej , f I.W, '1'he I'itirnt Imported Talln-onade Overcoits, S.U) und t-i.W; worth W an! f IU. Men' llusliieia fililts, t.l.M), Chlldren'a bults nnd Oiercoats, IMJ cents. And Thousand ot Other llargalns at 'I hli Torrlhlo Slaughter Manu facturer Halo, Corner Ninth and E streets (Itlley Ilulldlng), FRIEDLANDER. moa tfS lH H HH I BU New Yotfc Prlco CO cts.1 p. m. Make No Mistake. Look tor the IIOUhK and No. 311. Grand, Upright and Squaro PIANO-FORTES. Special Attention ot Purchaser U In Yltcd to Our "NEW AltTIBTIO BTYLE8," I'lnlshed lu Designs of 'HiailKST DKCOKATIVE AUT." PIANOS FOR RENT. Second-Hand Piano, at All Prices. Wm. Knabe & Co., 817 Markot Spaoo. USB CURES, STERLINU, MINNEOLA, GOLDEN HILL. IFZLiOTTIE?, And you will always havo beautiful Bread, Holla and Illsoutta. Wholoaale Doiiot, Corner First Btroot and Indiana Ayonue. WM. M. GALT & GO. KNABE WSIimSTOH BUSINESS DIRECTORY AJtTlHTH' A 1'A.lKTKnH' SttfVLlV.S. OEO. ItYNKAL, ,In . 4IS ?th at. n. W. FlIKD A. SCHMIDT. M Sth St FItACI8 Jl I LI,K II, SftVT Oth It, n. w. 1-llANAtlAN. llKIU.Y CO., 1011 V&, 0V0, ll.M. K1K1WN. 1218 7th ft. fl. O. IttnOI.ltR, U00 Illli at. n. w. JAMES M. UPDOES & 80.S.J31U rn nve. MIOIIITIU'TS. JAS. 0. HILL, Corcoran. Dullillnfr. axtiu in: rviixiTUJti:. A. P. ZIMMKIiMAN.4100tht. AVCTJo.'i:i:its. DUNCANSON MtOS., cor. Oth nnd D its. lint!) ltVAhEllH. KDWAnn S. KCHMIDT, !II7 lStli it. n. ti. HAltTDltKCUT. 11X1 Tth It. jivu.ni'Ais' Hui'i't.ir.s, .TAB. II. M( GILL, tOSU 0 It n W. nnvn:ns. rAIIST IITtEWINO CO . VOVo Vorth O St. UF.!tt)NKIt.tENnELIll(RW.tX).,Va.nv.&l!tli ANNIlriUSKIt-llUSCII DREW. ASS'N, Dol. nnd Vn. nve. JULltlHKIHBNIlRtKS RthnnilLita.a.oW.D. 8. C. PALM EK, flIVBI II at. . w, THE NATIONAL DliEWINO CU3IBCtll n. W, UAHTIIOLOMAY I1IIKW CO, 80s Ulll st n W. WASII'N IlItEWEKY CO., Tolcpnono 189J. jiurrr.Ts. ILn.KinKWOOD.liSlOat n.w. IIUMrilHKYH. 415 13th st. n. w. CAUL HEUItlCIL 417 ntliat. n.w. BOll I10I.T7.MAN. 1413 N, Y. aro. T, II IttlRHRLUiaBst n.w. LEW NEWMHYKH, nth nnd Pa. aro. f I, W. DM VKIl, Pn. nvo. D. IIAOEUTY, K03 Pa. aro. JIAKV.BS, j.n.nnisiNOKn 101a th it. n. w. JOHN fiTKINI.B, tOO K. Cap, St. BCllNEIDElt. 413 1 at. n. w. HOTTT.VllS. 8. 0. PALMEP, 14 Wlh St. nw. Tn E AHLINGTON HOT. CO., S7th and K n.w. nvTTiut, vninisK axi sans. JA8. 1'. OYSTBlt, Pa. nvo. and Sth St. nvxaiimts. A. LOEFFLEIt, (MO-43 Contro Market. THOfl. T.KEANE 49 to Bl Centra Market. J.n. DUSCIlBlt. WO to B41 Contro Market. EDW. UltOOKE. C.ll-83 Contro Markot. OTTO O. ItUPFBRT, 01-03 Contro Markot. A. J. ItlLBY, B57-B3 Contro Markot. ma tczjis. GEO. fl. AT WATER & CO . 1421-1420 Pa. are. OVERMAN WHEEL CO. 715 13th It n W. JtOOTS, JIJIOES AND ltVRJlEllS. 3, II.MOnAN.434 0thnt. A. L. HAZLETON, 423 7tb It. M. bTlllCKLAND, 039 Pa. are. OEO. W. niCH, 717 Markot SnaCO. HOWELL A MtmnAY,C00 7thst.n. W. JOHN C. W1LLE8, Jr.. 018 7th st.n. W. L. IIBlLBHUN8.4Ci7tlllt.n.W. J. 1100L, Ono Prlco HiooDouso,7S0 7tli St. NATIONAL HOTEL HUOK8TOI1K, 400 Pa.aT. II, WALKER TUCKEIt, 1923 Pa. aro. JOS. A. HKPKTTL 317 Pft. nvo. a. e. M. anBENUAUM.3131 M St. It. Him & PON, 132SM 7th nw. J. J. OEOHOE3 & BON, 1115 Pa mo, JtAXKKRS. niGOS & CO.. Pa. aro nnd ll that. LEWIS JOHNSON ft CO., 10th nnd Pa. are. COKfON & MACAllTNEY, 1410 1' it, BATEMAN CXI., 111! P at.n. w. WM. MAYHK & CO., B10 Oth St. WOODS A CO.. 1100 f st. n. w. LEWIS 0. 1 EWKSBUhY ft CO., 1333 F. JtAXKS. CENTUALNAT.nANK.7th st, and Pa. aro. 8ECOND IATIONAL.5O0 7thst.n.W. COI UJIDIA NATIONAL. Oil P St. n. w. NAT. DANK IlKI'ttlll.IC. Tth and D BU. 1'AnMEltS A MECn.'SNATMCor.MandSlst. JlOOJiSEZJ.lJtH AMli STATIOUKJIH W. n. LOHDEIIMILK A CO.. 1IM 0 F. W M. IIALLANTYNK & SONS, 428 Tth st, A. K. WILLlAMS.62l-lM7lhst.U W. W. II. MOIiniKON, 1334 Ft'. . CHAPSIAN A TAYi Oil. 0IS Pa. avo. nw, KA&T0N & HUPP. 421 mil st nw. CVXTJtACTOHS. LITTLEFIELD & ALVOltl), 20th and D sts. VAltVliT CT.KAXVHS, EMPIEE KTEAM. 0J1-B Mass nvo. P. II. YOUNOS.140I Pa nvo n w. OAXorri:n axi a irjvx.Vfj.s. M. O. COPELA.ND. 403 11th st nw. 47 A Sir It UGISTTUtS, NAT'L CASn HEGISTER CO, 10th Estanw. vAJtiv.xxnns ax it iwit.diuis. ALEX. MILCEIt, 1215 Ohio avo. DAHBY & DAVIS, 1M1 15tll St n W. C. A. LANGLEY, 310 12th at n w. cal. vixxs ax i nxtAxnu:s, TO KALON WINE CO., 014 14th St. coiisi:t oomiiwxon. M.O.WnBLAN,10t3FBt. 0ATj:iti:ns, F. FltEUND, 702 Oth it. n. w. D. J. WEYMAR, 1031 141li st ALEX. FOltTIN, 1028 17th st n W. LOUIS Oil AP1NS, 174 1 L st D W. ORAY & HHO., 1T02 Lst n w. MAISON HETTI. UO!i-13Connnvo. ozoTjrrines. VICTOnE.ADLEn.027-S97lhnw,oor.Maas.av. M. KAUFMAN, corner 6th and I sts. se. I. II AMUU1IGER & SONh, G2I Pa are. N. Y.dNE-PBICE CLOTHING, 311 7th st.a.W. O0LDEN EAOI.B CO.. 211 Pa. avo. a. 0. W. NOItDLINGER.3107 M st. n. w. P. RICH & SON. 13M-4 7th nw. OABllIAOES, ANDREW J. JOYCE'S BONS. Wororooms, IC28-30Conn. avo.; Faotory,412-101Uhnw, W. P. GlYER,400Pft. avo. Also harness. DOlM AND OAKRIAGB DAZAR, 033-43 La. McDERMOTT & DHO.,810 Pa. avo. n. w. Q J't D17TTU Vn Ml A ., m WILLIAM WALTER'S 80N, 14th and Ostsn w COOK & .TA110K, :5B-0 M It. A. II. GREGORY, NY avo and Oth It. C OXFJSO TlOxmiS AND CAFJ29. J. KU8BKLL. 1425 N. Y. avo. T.JA1IVI8. 420 Oth St. UlNKB & UUDD. 610 Oth St. CIIA8. F. FLEIr-CHMANN, 1110 Pa. avo. oavj:h, TEMPLmOTEL. Oth it., op, U.H.rat.Offloo. Illh NKWKNGLANDCAFlC.BlSOtllSt. ElKS'DlNINQllOOMd.OJOPa.ayo. - ootirjsori ox juts. M, BRILL. 417 Oth st. Wholoalo. H. II. E. DhltHRINO.Bii nth st. Whohisale. l'lEl.DINO & co., 457 Pa, aro. CULL'S, usu Ket, SIIEI'J . CO.. err. loth nna F its. n. w. IIIIESNAUAN & CO., 410 7th St. n. w. v. v ton. 1730-41 Pa. avo. n. w. KMMERTB, 410 7th St. n w. A. GUTEKUNST.133I 14th st. n. w. jr,i.vo.v.Y, JACOD3 BROS.. 1230 Pa nvo. JJJGOJJ,lTOJt. nENRY F. HEU, 8M 12th UW. jtur (wodh. JOHN n. SMOOT, 3I41 M st. W. M . BHUHTER A SONS, 010 To. avo. LANSBIIROII A I1HO.. 4.'0 to 430 Tthst.n.W. BEATON PERRY. Pa. avo. and Oth at. THUS. J. LUTTRELL. 1930 Pa. avo. JOHNSON A L1ITTRELL. 713 Markot Spioo. T. RE1NH AltDT, 010 7th it. n. W. S J. FIS1IEL. 1920 Pa. nve. GEO. P. II AIIUIN, 310 To. avo. a. o. B. D. BUKCH ft CO.. 1508 7th it. nw. BTBIIN'S DRY GO DS HOUSE, 00IJ1 7th n. w. W. D. CLARK A CO., 811 Murkot Spaoo. GEO. COMI13, 1018 14th it. n. w. CUA1G A JACKSON, 8140 M St. n. W. 8. F. SMI1H.8120M it. n. w. IIBRMAN'S EMPOIUUM, 37 41 at a w. M KOHNEIt A BHO, 113i 7th It n W. J)JII70JT. THANK P. WELLKR, 751 8th Bt. Z. I). OII.I.MAN, IM7 i'a avo, T.E. OORAM. 1211 Pa. avo. SAMUEI.T. BTOrr, National notol Building HOMEOPATHIC PHARMACY. 1007 II It. GEO, A. DENTLEY, 14th and Corooran at?. O. M. 80THOHN, s. o. cor, 3 it and O sts. II. W, IlEMSllUltO A ELLIOTT. lOOi 14th at, n. w. W. 1. 1IRAC R, 30ih und M its. ll. w, OCIlRISTfANI,48l 1'navo. (1 0 O SIMMS, cor N Yavo and Uth st, JOHN It MAJOR, 8007th st 11 W. ityjsus Axn saouKBits. 3. 3. FISIIKIt A CO, 8M V at n w. UUIOOS' N.Y.STKAM DYE HOUSE, 700 Bthlt. ANTON FISCHER. 000 O St. J. IIIIIKNBII, 11 1 41 at n w. Itjlaltljhod 1331. It. A. ItKKVl'.S, 814 IC at. nw. ANTON LRROII, 1203 N Y avo. MME TAULKI.U. 013 14th st u w. J. J, FISHER A CO,, 620 F st n W, j:xoitA rj:nn ,c T.iTnoanAviiv.M. 3. L. KERHARD, 1012 Pa avo, GEO, HAAS, Jr. 1200 I'a avo. A. II. ailAII Ml, 13W Pa avo n w. FT.F.OTlllO SAG11T OOXTUAVTOHS ROYOE A MAREAN. 1403 Fa. avo. J, ll.KUEIII.IWJ.120a I'a. avo. J.U.HUItKBrAeTO.. 1W9N.Y. avo. WA81PN CONSTRUOriON CO. 13M F St. FTciuxas, Fxou.i rtxus, ro. MoELROY'fl ART BTORK, 1003 Pa, avo. , w, II. VEEHUOFP, 1241 P. avo, and 411 and 4107th it. n.w. j-jjrtrJ l'jLovn 3iir.t.s. PIONEER FLOUR MILLS. A. D. CR IPLKT, rt.OlllSTS W. 8. rislIKIt. 1 1 I'll nvo n w J. Il.l-MALL, Hill nnd (I sts, n. W, N.MUIIEK, 010 I'll, n.w. A.GUIIKA 11110.. 1IIJ Pltnw, A. (1A1IIIEK, li(W Conn nvon w. t). M HaUM A CO , 4in 8 Cenirn Market. THEOIORK DEID1I1CK. 11-7 I' St. fjjij: ixsvjtAXOj; coMt'Axrvs. KIttBMEN'9 INS. CO., 7lh St. nnd La. nvo. COLUMHIA I'lltE INS. CO., 14 0 Fat. II. W. COHCOHANFIHElH. CO, 001 lltllSt.n. W. NAT.UNinN elltElNS CO. Oil L1 avo. LINCOLN FIRE INN.i:o..409ntli at. POTOMAO INK. CO. ,111981.1 ntn w. rsOPLVS Fill): INSURANCE CO. ot ll.'.C, tea Pn a e s o, ri.ouji, fi:i: axj ji.tr. WoT0 EI I. A tOUS. N. Cap. nnd Man avo. WASn'N KLOUIlft FMEIK'O.lth it Vaavo. THOMAS W MrKNKW. 1111 0 It n W. U. D. COCHRAN, 1M7 lllh at n w. risit, oYHTr.ns axo vovj.tbv. R. A. GOLDEN, 311 0 Centra Market, vovxnvns. K N OIIAY.A CO, Mo are. hot Id A 41 sts POTOMAC IRON WOltKS. 3103 Water st n W, WM. II. DOUGLAS, 1212 D st n W. TVllXITVltK. WtJRDEMAN A CO .010 lMh st. Tot., 07-2. TUOS. D.MNGLETON,41B7thst. W. If. 1IOEKE. 801 Markot epico. W. II. HOUGHTON A CO., 1218 F St. II. O. "I OWLES, 10C7 Pa. avo. 1 1 UGO W OUCH A CO., 024 7th it. II. MJIIKIMltDT A t-ON. 1013 15 7th St. 1IACI1SCMID A MYBR8. U 07 Tth It. HOUSE A I1ERRMAN, 017-23 7th St. n.w. OUSKAi.,lC23 7t!in w. S. K. DROWN A SON, cor 20th and Pa. avo 11. J. LAUNT, 1M7 14th it. n. w. HAS rtXTVJIF.N. SCnnLTZ, Oas llxturcs, 1115 V st. n. w. S. S. bREDD A lirtO.. 4330th C.W. I'lllmblng. C. A. MUDDIMAN. 014 12th St. n. w. E. F. BROOKS, 531 10th n w. ajwoi!nnWHOT.i:sAr,i). 3. 0. KROOOD A CO.. 015 La. nvo. J. L. llAltnoUK A bON, 014-10 Pa. nvo. HILL A CO. C2V La. avo OEO OFFUTT. 32C0 11 M st nw. men ADD A CO. CM Pa avo nw. OllOC FlttBS. JACKSON A CO., 020 Ta avo. J. 8. REDMAN. Oth and Lti.aTO, N. W. I1URCHELL, 1828 F It. n. W. J. K.CLEARY, B25 Uth it. n. w. ELP1IONSO YOUNGS CO . No. 423 Oth It. n.W. DUMB A CO., 807 Market spaoo. K. MAURICE CROPLBY. 31st and M StS. W. Ii. BROWN, 20th st, and Pa. avo. A. O. WHIonT, 1034 14th It. n. w. JNO. P. LORE. 1531 14th St. n. W. II. W. OFFUTT A CO., 82d and N ita.n. w. II. D. ELLIOTT. 1320 14th St. w. A. 1IE1TMULI.ER.1333 11th st.n. W. THOS KNOWLK8. 1204 82d st n w. 8 R WATERS. 1S42 7th st n w. F M WALKER. 023 La avo J II BItYAN A UIN, COS Pa avo. OBO O KENNEDY A SONH. 1209 V st 11 w DROYtNINO A M10DI.ETON, 010 Pa avo T H WALKER A CO, 040-50 La avo. A OAEOLU A CO, 13(0 7th St. NHSnEA, CKPaavo. W K A1II101T. 1721 Pa nvo n w. O. PESSAGNO A BONS, 8 8 Oth it. Italian. J I UMAX JTAlll JWAT.KK. 3. ROC1ION, 012 14th It. n. w. S. HELLER. 720 7th ll. w. nurr.KH WIl.I.ARD'B HOTEL, Ta ava and 11th st n w. TnELAND'3 HOTEU Pa avo and Uth St. NoltMANDIU, 13th nnd Uslit. ARLINGTON HOTEL, Vt. avn. and IT st. WELCKER'S 15th st. bet N Yavo and H sts. ARNii. 10th and lstnw. EllMTTIIlUtK. UlhanlFsts. MRTIIOPOLITAN UOTEUPa avo and Oth St. WORMI E 8, 15th nnd II sts n. w. CONGRESSIONAL HOTEL. Capitol Ulll. NATIONAL HOTEL, Pa ave and Oth st. RT. JAMES HOTEL, Pa ave and Oth st. THE HAMILTON. t4th and K st n w. THE liELVKDERE. Pa ave and 8d st. JIOT12LS AXli JtFSTAUHAXXS. MOI'GAN HOUSE, 82d t.. ahovo N. OWEN house Pa.-nve.. noarU.3. Treasury. MT. VKRNONHOTEL, 4S.5 Pa avo. n. w. BMMITT HOUSE, opposite B A O Depot. COLUMBIA HOUSE. 10th end B sis. LANGS (MORGAN HOUSE). 8200 M st n Wi jjAitxBss Axit iioitui: aooDs. I.UTZ A RRO . 407 Pa nvo. K. KNEESSI'S SON, 423 7th. HAltliWAllV. BARBER A ROCS, 11th and O sts. P. P. MAY A CO.. (.31 Pa. ave. CHAB. T. CARTER A CO., 000 To. avo. JAS. D. LAMBIE. 1115 N. Y. avo. w. waoner. 207J Pa, avo: F. A. SCHNEIDER, Pa avo and 18th it n w. L.n.PCIINEIDlU'S SONS, 1008-10 Pa &VO. J. B. KENDALL, 018 Pa avo. -COJ; C03IVAXJHS. TRANSPARENT ICE CO.. 8327 Water st. GREAT FA1.I 8 ICE CO.. 021 Pa. avo. INDEPENDENT ICE CO., Pa. av. and 12th st jjjirjf.tjjjf.s. HARRIS A SnAFER. 1111 Pa. ave. MOORE A 1EDINO,1109 Pd. avo. A. L. SALTZSTEIN. Jr., BC37tht. W. S. TAPPAN, 004 0th St. W. DRUNINOEH. OiO Pn. avo. J. II. ALBKR'S, 1403 14th St. J. S. BLACKFORD. 3125 M St. n. W. T. THOMPSON, 8143 M st n. W. j.VMiiF.it jjj: ALints. R. J.MoLEAN. nth and U sts. n. w. lt.H.WlLI.KTT,313 0th fct n w, A 15th A B sts u w. T.IMF. GEO. J. JOnNBTON, 1033 29th st.n. w. I4 AMI'S. MUDDIMAN. O. A., 014 12th St. n. w. TjAVxnux. WEST END BTEAM LAUNDRY. Tol. 1019-2. CHAMPION BTEAM LAUNDRY, 1423 Pa avo. SWISS BTEAM LAUNDRY, 1822 F St. n. w. YALE BTEAM LAUNDRY, 623 10th St. n.w. DEXTER Bl EAM LAUNDRY. 431 O St. n. W. zadifh' FVJtxisjrina goods. PALAIS ROYAL, 12th st. and Pa. ave. DOUGLASS A URO. 612 and B14 Oth St. n. W. MTXFltAT. WATJ1US. O. B. SnAFFER A CO., 103 Pa nvo. MOXVMF.XTATi WICKS. GEORGE L IIERNER, 0!9 Mast avo. THOS. I1EANY, 400 Oi Mas avo. .VEX'S FUltNlMtlMS. n. T. MILLER, 18th nnd Pa. avo. O P BURDETTE, 4377th St. MAXIVVltF. AXlt OJIUIOVOIUST, MME. PAYN, 703 15th st.n w. KBNIeOB A bONS, 418-12 12th Bt. 11. W, mi nz sui'vzuis. EDW. CORBETT, 480 Pa. avo. 31A0111XISTS AXli VXaiXFFUS. SHEPHERD A HURLEY, 201 12th St. E N GRAY A GO, Mo avo, bet 3d A 41 its. MAllKF.TS. PHILADELPHIA, W. II. Coleman A Co., Conn ave and K st. CANNON A CHANDLER, "Homo," Uth and I sts. "FAHHAOUT," J. O. Foarson A 8on, 1010 Kit "CIRCLB." 8. It. G WYNNE, Vt avo Olid Lst. FREIl OIIEEN, 19.'8 Pa. avo., 'ilrlcbton," II. I. MKADER. corner Sth and I stn. so. J. II. CUOWN. 153Jl4th st. n. w"Kioelslor." f OTTAOE MARKET, 818 Uth St. n. w. F. J. TIIUIET8. 1027 Conn nvo , "I'ataoa." II. W. FISHER A BON, 83d and N sts n W. ARLINGTON, Arur dell A Fairfax, 13th A L, M1UW11AXT TAIl.OUS. II. D. UAltlt, 111! ra.nvo. L. K. DEVENDORF. 1410 Pa. avo. W. II. CRANSTON. 1420 Pa. avo. J. A.OR1RSBAUBR.415 0th St. n.w. II. KOI'PEL, 1329 14th st. n. w. OWEN, cor v th stano NYavon w. J. 11. WILSON, 2123 Mst t-NYDER A WOOD, 483 llth It. IIAHDAN A DENNETT, 1I19N Yavonw. MAXTJLFS, TIZVS, FVHXAO RS, HAY WARD A HUTCHINSON. 431 Oth St. MizT.ixFitr, arc. 3. 0. nUTCHINBON. 0J7 I'a. avo. LONDON BAZAR, 71S Markot Spaoo. 1 1ll! DON MAllCllE. 810 7th St, n. W. MRM. p. EMlttciI. 3110 M at. n, w. A. M. HSU EL, 8114 M St.n, W. S. coil EN, 62311 that n w. MlZlTAKY AXli NUOIFTY HOODS, B. N. MEYER. 033 7th It. OYSTIUl IWAhlUtS, EDWARD WESER 12th nnd E eta n w. KiNQSLOW SON, 1030-23MH ovxiai.ixs. FRANKLIN A CO., 1317 Pa, OV0. 11. II. HEMPLER, 453 Pa, nvo. J.H.DRAMUALL, 807 14th It. n. W. riioro-j.ixiiooiiAFifulis, TIIENORRISPETKRS CO., 458 BO Pft ave. FliXXXlUlS, JUDD A DETWEILER, 410-8 llth st n W. GIBSON linos, lilrt Pa ave, II V WILKINS. 618 10th it u W. J 8 TOMLIN80N. 0C8 F It n W. li H ADAMR.eia uth itn w. U J MAiaiN.WlUatnw. NW-,iwV A WASHINGTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY j'x tr.if n j: un1 s vi'ft. tvtt. K O 8CIIAPERACO,414 01lthltnw, IIENKY MollANEACO 310 lh st, T.BUMMERVILLB A BUNS, 3 10 2J13th stn W. rohAXJt n'ATiin Aunsar. JOnN KBYWOtlTtI, tth nnil lists. J'JL' 11AKVKS, the ntn roiiit. 1177-31 mu bvo. NATIONAL l'IBBAKERY,220MCjpst. 1'JAXOS, OIHIAXH AXli MUSIC. EDW. I". DROOP, va Pa. it vo. Jt.lIN P. ll.LIrt, 037 Pn, avo. lU'OO. WOIILTI A CO.. 011 7th It. Fi O. SMITH, lma Pa. nvo. n, w. FA I'RltllAXOIXOS. GP.O. WILLNEIt.429 Olh st. W. II. BPKLMIOUBi;. 1023 7lll St. n. W. JOI1NM.P GREEN, 421 Oth St. A.M.TUUMAN, 1701 Pa, avo. IVf J'JIIC. C O. KTOTT A CO , ai8 8th st. K. MOllIUW)N.MiVH07 Ult.n. w. L'ASIO t A RUPP, 441 Uth st nw. HF.AT. l'.STATF.. W. II. SAUNDERS A CO , t7 P st . n. w. McI.ACII Ll N A HATCH I41.D Kit, 10th A Q n.W. OUliLEY A HTltVENS. WIS P it, n. w. FRANCIS I1UFTY, 1301 P st ll. w. BWORMSTBliT A BRADLEY, 07 F st, n. W. M A DALLINGRR. 1131 F it ll w. - - JlTltlXa tiCJIOOLH, Mr. nnd Mrs. MIDDLE- ON 1120 Vcrave. WAtnunuTun, i orncr nw and v sts, JIFSTA VllAXTS. WM. HKLMU8. 414 7th it. n. w. ROSS, 7th St. nhovo Pa. nvo. n. w. HENRY A1 SOU WEBS, 13th and F. AMAN's.aioothst. n. w OSl ORN A IIODAN, 7th and O sts. UARYEY'H, oorncr Pa. avo. and Uth at. n.w. Patrick Moonii, cot Pa avo. SAUTTER, 603 Olh n. JV. SANDMIS, 033 D It. KARSCH'S, 1400 Pcnna avo n v. HENRY KAERNER. 039 Ust. J F JOHNSON. 405 11th It n w. K WAGNBR. SIO Oth st n w. GEO. F. KOZRL, 1837 14th It. .1NO.L BUKKAhT 10th and Fsls n W. FRITZ RtUTRR'S, 41 st and Pa avo. I1ILLIGE8, 1320 Fa ave. Rvimr.ii goods. GOODYEAR RUBBER CO., 300 Oth It. n. W. HOLMES A CO., 611 Oth Bt f STAJIZHS, WF DOWNEY, 10288 Lit .' I1F McCAULLY, "Tally-IIo." 010 and OlSOst. PORTLAND STABLES. 013 and043NYava: J T PRICE A SON; "National," 807-11 (tth St. J E BERRY. Ebbltt, 131 and O sts n w. JAS G BO WEN, 025-29 N Y avo n w, JOHN DCGAN, Market and Brldgo sts n W. SAHll, DOOltS, JtJjZXDS, STC. L. Ti. BTONE, 303 14th It. n. W. tmwixa xAauixEa. WM. 6TJEBL1NG.173I Pa ave. noosehold. STOXK. rOT. STONE CO., 8230 Water at. hoav ironxa WEAVER, KENQLA A CO,. 3211 Water at, STOri:s,FVltXAOFSAXVKAXaiSS. B. V. OI'Y A CO.. 1001 Pa. avo. W. O. BERRY. BOSOih Bt. Also plnmolnjr. W. H. HAnROVER. 813 Tth St. nw. SROltTIXG GOODS. M. A. TArPAN. 1018 Pa. avo. J. II. KUKI1LINO, 1500 I a. avo. SAFF, VFPOS1T C03IFAXIES. WASH. SAFE DEP. CO.. 010 Pa. ave. NAT. SAFE PEP. CO., N. Y.are. and 15th St. HTOJtAOB WAllBltOVSV. G. W. KNOX. 2d and U sts. nw. S Vll. IX ST 11 VMFX Ti AXli Tit VSSFS CHARLES FIBnER, 021 7ibst n.w. TYVFWISITIUIS AXO HUFPZIES. THE REMINGTON, for 6th A F sts nw. U. A. CLARK A CO. 935 F n W. 1 TJ1A AXTt COFFFF. JOHNSTON BRO'8 A CO. 007-13 N Y are. RICH AliD A CO, 0 Pa ave xoxs axii FAXor noons. CDS. EUPPERT, 4C3-5 7th st nw. VXJIElt TA ICHltS. JOHN H. WRIGHT, 1S37 lOthstn w. JOS. GAWLUR, 1734 Pa ave. Telephone, 131 It. F. HARVEY, 1)28 Pa avo. GEO. v. zuRlioiivr, S2 Ph. ave. se. V. F. BIBOURNEY, 1410 14th n W. GEO. W. WISF, 890O M St. JOnN M. MITCHELL, 7.3 Uth n W. JAMES T CLEMENTS, 1237 83d St. K. M. IIOTELER, 735 8th St. J. F. BIRCn. 8034 Mat. Telephone, 037-14. J. n,DABNEY,41ILst. JA8. 11. WINSLOW, 1200 Rst n w. It W BARKER, 012 llth st n w. W S BlGOIiRNEY. 1528 14th st n w. THOS. D. NALLUY, 1219 llth St. rAllIF.TY STOllF. TnE FAIR. a. o. cor. 7th and n s's u. w. DOSTON VARIETY STORE. 705-8 Pa. ava. VF.aVTAFZES AXli FltUITS. O ENOEL'B 8QN8, 689 01 Contre Market, ll'JA'i'S AXli JjJUUOJCS W1COI.F SAI.F. TnE 8D0OMAKER CO., successors toSbeo- maker A llortzoz, 1831-3 E st. n. w. CHRIS XANDER. uVj 7th St. CHAB. KI(AKMElt,737 7thit. JACOB XANDER, 131B 7th St. n. W. M. F. MOHAN, SOU M Bt. n. W. JAP.THAliP. 818 P St. n. W. RICHARD A CO. 038 Pa ave. NISO F.TjZA xfo vs. JNO. SCHORR. 1031 Oth st n W. TnoL. B. RBEDY, 1719 Pa avo n w. phbst: MILWAUKEE BEER. 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