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i . y p: TII33 0IUT1C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, ,TANUAinr 7, 1891. ! fr ) 't "i i I CITY HPCOIAI.S. KiKlilrn'n I'opiilur ln(itllinoii( IIiiihp. Ti fninmrnro jnur New Yesr Property unions Hie first llilnR jo'i should iln H in put our hoime Innnler. nml the olir tnlmyjmr Mtnltnre to Mve money una trouble In John !uillcn' Popular Installment Homes at in.) unit Ml Seventh street norllmrol. Tlicrc U no article o( household rooI but whit in lw Jonwl sttheo iloiiMo torcc-sl the lonet mil Trices -on the Imtnll'iient plan. A smill i.nli payment and Ilia lislanre tuault the piir timer In other word, tale vuur own terini anil I lie)' will he compiled with Knr Yrnr llarsnlimit HMIi HnitRiilon A Co. a Atler the rush of the holiday Irade romei the natural reictlon. IIulne In alt tin Handica l more or lew Mnuiunt, and mer chants are nnilona In keep up their regular volume nt trade, and they n( ronrse oiler eilra Inducement" In prlre to catih the eialc eye of nil Intelligent ami almertlng piirrtmera, who nrcevcrun Ihe alert forexlrn value and Inr gain. Memra. W II llnuglidin A Co., at IJH and 1W) V meet nnrthncM. aro olTcrliu for thlitr days Just audi Inducement to the pub lic In any ilepartmeut In llielr seven itory Imllillne Roods will be ollercd at prleci tint Ihr rnlcritrlitlni; bnyen nt thl city will not ! loir to pans without an effort to take every art lautnsciit. IN 1IIK CIIIHI.VAIi COIIKT. 3 do liny CIiciipIimI lit NelcrlliiB (irauil nml I'd It iluroii. Tlic earlier lurt of to-iluy'a session of lint C'riniltint Court wnt ilcvolcil to tlio formation of lite praml ntul petit jnrici. .After cmi using n number of Inlcsnicn tlio follnulnj; wore ncceptiil by tlio Court to 1111 vncfliu-iesimllioj;rainl Jury: William T. l'ccil, l'rcilorlck A. Unrjer, Joseph Yrrlpy nml Jerome I.iRlitfoot. There Nslllt one vnratiry on Iho Jury, wliirli will lio filleil to-morrow. Mr. J. Make Krnilnll, tlic lianluaru dealer, was ntimliil(il fiireinnn of tin? jury. Justlco HiiRiier then liwrreilnl to Instruct the itraml jury In tlio usual manner regarding tliolr tfnllCH. The lllllni; of Ilio petit Juries occupied riin.slilernlile IIiiip, many of the persons ilrawn lieluKexcusisl hy Justlco llinmcr. Tlio fiillowlni; were neeeiteil: Itlclunl l'lcli, 'rhomns I.niliiiit, .lamps T. OITut, Alderl It. Chase, It. Tlinmfurl, V. It. Harvey, V. Womter anil ,1, (I. .Smlit.iril. Mill Not Tramp for linen Months. OlHters Hnttnn anil Wurnell last nl(lit Intkci! up at the. l'int l'rcclntt Matlun elx fif Ihc (oiiRlicst-lookliiR tramps that tiavo occupied cell! there torn Inner while. They were fouuil liaiiKiimnhout on C street unit (u the south slue of the nvenue, tiegjrjnij mid insiillliiK jassern-hy. Thevweicall tiefore JudfiO Miller in tho l'olico Court this mornliiK nml lui'l evidently iiintlo up n story nmoiiR themselves wlulo tucked up in the dungeon. William Cii-slello. lMwanl Kelly, Wil liam May ami Daniel .McCarthy told tho Jnilfip that they only camo from lliissctt City, Mil., niRht before last nnd did not intend remaining in the town very Ioiir. The clerk of tlio New York LoilgltiR House (cMllleil that they had all boon very disorderly in Iho place nnd disturbed thn oilier moment. Judco Miller iiucstlonal tneni an cioseiy nun ramo to ino con tlusion that they hadhpeu tramping just about lone enough. The ipiartcttc was consigned to the workhouso for a period of ninety day. A chirgo of tarrying concealed weapons: was nlso made ngalnst Daniel McCarthy, hut, while it was shown that he owned the weapon, there wns no proof that ho had cnrrlcd It in tits pocket. It was found under his pillow. TliomasDunn nnd John Healey satis fntlorily explained their nrcsenea in Washington and Judgo Miller allowed Ihemtogo with (ho understanding that t hey leave nt once. Thn IS'ntlnnal ltllles. Tho nnnunl rcKirts of tho olllccrs of tho Kntloiuit Utiles imlicato that organUatlon to he in a flourishing condition. Its tiunuclalMaudinglsof tho best, the report of the treasurer showing n net lulancoof MIO.'J), wilti no outilanding debts. Cor nelius I". llarrv was elected an uftlvo and I,. 0, Hills and 1'. L. SellTcrlte honorary members. The cotnpauy is making arrangements to hold n "lodgo of sorrow" for deceased iiicmbcis 1'ebruaiy 15 next. The man Hgcment consists of tho following mem bers: James V. Oyster, Joseph O. Manson, ieorgo V. I'.vnns, William I', lloteler, Tlionins A. Garner, Willis 11. Magrudcr, Henry K. Slmviin, Robert II. (littings, Charles Ii.Rrnnnls, Lewis Holmes, Wll llnm K. Kills, Charles It. I'mida, Frank M. Hamilton, J. Untco Webb and K. 1'. Harrington. IMnhiino llcpuhlliuii t-'hili. The MhIiudo Virginia Itcpublicm Asso ciation held n well-attendeil meeting at t!l V street northwest last evening. I'eso ltitiouswern passed indorsing tho action of (lie Uepublkan K'linloss whosupported Ihc risleral Klectlons hill. Political spccchi-i wero madoontlie situation of tho tolornl loter and several new members enrolled. Tho annual hauiuet of tho as sociation will take pluco inn short time nnd anangements aro now being perfected for it. Churili liitrrtaliiiutuil At a ineellng of the Young I'eoplc's Union of tho Church of Our l-'athcr held last evening nt tho residence of Mr. W. W. Currle, 1M0 Ninth btrcct, It was decided togiionu entertainment at MaonlcHull, beginning Fciiruaty 3 and continuing un til the Mh. Tlic icceiptswill bo used to replenish the treasury of tho union, which nt present is rather low In funds on ac toiint of cicnsps luvohcd in furnishing the pastor's study. Denies Desertion In thoilivorcosultof I,cna Leach against J. II. Leach tho defendant to-day filed an nnswerto hlswlfo's petition. Ho denies that he ccr abandoned or deserted her, but admits that sho supiiortcd herself w bile ho was nut of work. Ho stated that he is now employed in tho city postoftlroat a salary of Kfl per month, but at tho lime of their ntarrlngolio was making M00 I XT mouth. Ho lie t a storo In which his wife was employed as a clerk, but through her means tho business was broken up. Seo tho suits and overcoats we've re duced to fru.OO. Kiscniuu llros., 7th and 10. Tho Canal Cusp, In tho caoof llrownetiil. against tho ChcsapcnUo and Ohio Canal Company, Leigh Uobinsou has given notice that ho will call up tho petition of Ilradloy T. Johnson in tho Kuulty Court to-morrow nnd ask tho court to pass upon tliosamo nnd make a proper relereneu to the audi tor iclativu thereto, anil also to strike out or modify tho order passed In that camo on December !ll last. Try Ilcrkclcy. l'll'liarlnc Tor it Tvuiiiiitin JMcoIIiik. Tlio nou-partiiaii Womcus' Christian Temiicrauco Cnion held a meeting yestcr Oay lu the Foundry M. Jl. Church. It vvaa dcclilcil to tall tho llrst annual meet ini; in WnshhiKlon on tlio 18th, 10th utul LIHli of January. Tlio place of meetliiKautl Ihoprogruiuiuu to liofollovvcilvveroiuitilo-cliU-il iikiii, liutwllllioiirranticilutn meet iiiK to liohelil on Tii"-luy nu.xt. Ilcrkclcy Is pure. IMrotliiKiirilioAiidirnpiiliiKli'iilSni'li'ty, The AiltliruioloRtcal Society held n incitlnu; nt tlio Cosinoi Club last night, l'apcin vvcro road on "ritono Implcnicnta or Curinin l'orms tiom llrconlo," by Thomas Wll.ion: "lawn, Ciutonn nnd HuwrMltlousiif Koica," by W. Woodvillo Jtoclihlll, nnd "City I.lfo In tlio Middlo Arcs," by l'r. Ii. It. Klcmiii. Uerkcloy pmo rye wlifsky. l'liiml fur ri(ifnnlty. C'IimiIch II. llcunctt, a colored man, ramo in fioni tho country yesterday to sell u load of polatort at tlio market. Uubo ciiiuo Involved lu a dispute with Special Ollicer ItlcUctt about talking too loud lu the niarkit, and so far lo.it Ills temper ni tn uso profanity. Juduo Miller Imposed u Hue of 3, tl per Ballon, f 1 per quart, OOo. a pint. I'ulillii Inslulliitliiii or OnlroM. AnlntcrebliiiBinognimmu U helnb' or ruuKeil for tho public installation of ofll i cm of Perioral City IMue, 1. 0. 0, F., at Melforri Hall KriiUJ- iiljtit. Tharp, 813 !' btra't northwejt. LOCAL TALKS. What .Itrn, rrimiliieiit mid OthprirliPi I'lml In Inlprpst TIipiii. W. A. Ilrady The lions uvpilinthe pro ihittloti of "Nero" have iille n history, 'I hcv are illrcct lUsiipndants of the famous beasts that used to guard tlic throne of the unfortunate 'I heodore, King of Abys sinia, nml accompanied the Ill-starred monarch in his solitary walks about Mug duln, where he lied from the Ilrltish troops who wcipbcciRlngtho town. After the (Ity's capture liy the llngllsli, and Theo dore's suicide to prevent Inevitable exile, Ihc lions were captured nnd shipped to i:nglnnd ami sold to a dealer In wild beasts at llninburg, where their wonderful In lulllgcncoircatcd n sensation, I'rom thoso roval guardians n- descended the animals whoso performances have been the talk of Kuroiie for the ist three year". During that (hue onlv one accident has occurred. It was In Paris at tho Porto St. Martin when Professor Darling was exhibiting his taw ney pets. A spectator persisted In teasing thu ani mals, who wailed with great patience until their tormentor cot cloo to the cage, when, with n spring quicker (ban thought, one of the lions fuslcned his great claws in (he slpevo of tho iinfor ttiniitoinannnd pulled his arm through the bars, wheio the savage beasts chewed the member off to tho shoulder, before the trainer could stop them. It was a lircttv expenslvo chew for the Professor, tor tlic injured man, after his recovery, sued fur damages and wasmvarded 1,001). The DauNh boar hounds that perform with tho lions drlio them around (he cages like so many sheep. Xero, tlio largest of tlio dogs, Is n great favorite with Ihc big cats and frequently sleeps 111 their cage. Wayne Conlell Anncostla, tho little tity across the river, Is spreading herself, anil Is fast becoming one or the most de lightful residence sections of the city. We want bettor street-car facilities, and liiu.t haiothem. Adam I'liuk This talk about a rabbit's foot bringing good luck Is a humbug. A friend gave me one, and I hadn't had It in my jicckct twenty-four hours before I but n linger nuishcd off In one of the protsos in Iho (io eminent Printing OIllee.Tliat's what the rabbit's foot did tor me, and I will never have another one. Olllccrs inertPil. The following ncwiy-olected oillcers hno been Installed, Kqual Lodge, Knights of Pythias: I1. C, George W. Kecnanj C. C., Wilson C.Xcwton: V. (!., P. J. Cook tey; prelate, A. C. Columbus; master of finance, N. Hunch, re-elected; K. of It. and H., It. C. Hanlell, re-elected; master of exchequer, J. H. Mitchell, re-elected; master-at-arms, J. K. Wilson; Innor guard, J. II. Kecnnn, Jr.; outer guard, John Miu ids; representatives to tho grand lodge, S. Hunch, J. H. .Mills, A. (51 Cnlnmbus, J. II. Mitchell and J. W. Hardctl: linanciat trustees, J. H. Mills, J. W. Hanlell and A. C. Columbus; orphans' (rustces, J. II. Mitchell, X. Hunch and P.J. Cookscy. Potomac Lodge, Knights of Honor: J. William' Palmer, dictator; George II. Abranis, vlce-D.; II. S. Darby, assistant !.: W. II. Hutchinson, reorter; J. W. Wisner, financial recorder: Ocorge H. Cooler, treasurer; J. It. (iishurne, chap lain; 8. S. Culberson, guide; I). J. Kvaus, Suardlaii; J. D. Terrell, sentinel; (Ieorgo . P. Wood, J. D. Terrell nnd W. S. Chase, trustees. Mystic Council, Orderof Chosen Friends; l'ut councilor, .1. M. Pruett; councilor, M. A. Welglc; vice-councilor, Alexander H. Morrison; secretary, J. 8. Tomllnson; treasurer, L. 1". Itamlnlph, and prelate, J. A. Welgle: tinkers Installed. The ofllceis of Columbia Command try, No. SO, of the Order of the (foldc.i Ciiall, elected at tho last meeting in De cember for tlic ensuing term of six months, wero duly Installed last evening by Deputy Imperial Commander Judge II. A. Harlan. Following is the list: Commander, Major Calvin (i. Townsend; Ice commander. Andrew.!. Alden: scribe. W. A. Hartnian; master of finance, Albert C. Itldgway; (I. of H., George W. How land; prelate, Charles (I. Townsend; master-at-arms, J. IS. Tonilinson; I. 0., A. II. Dennett; O. (I., H.G.Douglas; trustees, Captain A. F. Dinsmore, G. P. Hopkins and .Matthew Hendgcs. This command try was oi-ganl7ed December 1, 1RIW, nnd meets at tho Nationalists' Hall, No, cm V street, on tho first und third Tuesday evenings of each month, and now mini hem forty-two members. Thn original charter members leccived their endow ment ccrtltlcntcs last night. I.rtturo ill the Csitholle ifiilivrslly, A series of lectures are to bo given on Wednesday afternoons during tho mouth of January at theCathollo rnticrsltyby the Mght Iiev. Mgr. Itobert Setnn, D.I). Tho llrst of tho series was given this alter n on, tho subject being "1'bo Study of Christian Antiquities." This .distin guished prelate is connected with tho Knrls of WInton, in Scotland, and a giand nephew of thelatollev. James llousovelt Hay ley, w horn Cardinal Gibbons succeedcil in Iho Archbishopric of Haltlmore. Pius tho IN. In ISM gave him tlio rank of pri xate chamberlain to tlic Ponu thus making him thu llrst man honored with thu lto liinn piclattirti lu America. Ailopteil un lllill.lll Ilnhy. Mrs. Allison Nallor has adopted tho In dian infant found on the Wounded Knee bnttlo field and not a resident of Now York, as previously stated. Major Hurke, who has a particular soft spot in his big heart, found tho Infant laying beside Its dead mother, whero it had marvelously survived dining tho three days' blizzard. He tuok it to tho fort nml had It christened Macglo L. Nallor, acting himself as god father. Mr. and Mrs. Nallor received a letter from the Major on New Year's Day. Mrs. Nallor said last night that tho baby is on its way to Washington, hut could not tell when It will nrrlve. Olil (iuuril Mocllng. At tlio monthly meeting of tho Old Guard held last evening tho financial ofll urs mado their leporis nnd (ho btimdlng conunilteea for tlio year were appointed. .1. Jacolwon was elected flnanelal nnd J.S. Vyckoff recording secietary. Y. II. Hoover was ro-eleeted treasurer. Com mittees were appointed to niako arrange ments with tho National 111110-1 font Joint parade on February !!, und to nrrangu fur a memorial meeting approiirlato fur tho tic eased members of tho Old Guard. l' C. limit), I,. H. Kmery and A. 0. Herman vveio elected honorary iucmlicri. Asltlnir for u ltcrtriicr. Tho complainants In tho cuho of Clem ent rerguson ct al, vs. Arthur K. Iiate iiiau i nt., by their solicitor, A. 8. Worth Ingtou, huvo tiled motion for n receiver and to llx tlmo for taking dejiositlons. They move the court to appoint u receiver (o tell and to convey to (he purchaser In fee simple all tlio right, title ami mtercsti uf tho partlci to the stilt lu lot -', block ), lots 'J, I, 10 ami 13, block .17, lu John fhiTinan's subdivision, in what Is known ns Mount Pleasant Halus, Tlio .11111 Ililoirnpti'd. James Adams and Isach Nlchol-i, col nrwl, walked' out of I'hlllp lllmcr's sa loon yo-terday nftcmoon, look oil' Ihelr contu and engaged lu a light lu the mlririlo of the btrect. They kept it up unite u few moments before an ollicer camo und Interriiiiteil tliem. Tliev were locked llti. and in tho Police Court this morning IliiwUlOeaclK AVIlt Almiuluii I'lillths. A (.uggcstlon (o placo the New Haiup shire Itepiibllcan Association on a social footing for tlio next eighteen mouths was mado at tho meeting last night at the nfllcuot A. II. Craglu, Oil !' ntccct. No ilellnlto conclusion was reached, although thesubject was thoroughly discussed. Mr. A. II. Craglu Is president and (ieorgo W. Fnrgciiut secretary of tho association. Grunted H lIiHplte. Tho I'nsildcnt to-day respited William 1), Crci-s, tho condemned murderer who was sentenced to bo hanged Friday, until l-'ebrunry 13, Cross was convicted of kill ing his vvlfo about eighteen months ag, nnd Ills case Is now before tlio Court! 1 (Jcnernl Term. Tending tho decision n i upjical rresldent Harrison granted the ra (pnoas above stateit, t'J.UO suits nml llros., Ttlt and ll overcoatl. Ul.iciu.iii Ol'TflUOWN. yum a Toitmta Poptr, How I toicd him! Thoughts of him (Hied my day's and, unconsciously, my liiuhts. Not n day but w e were together. We rend together, we talked. What did wo talk ol'.' Who does not know thoso (ersonal nothings uhiii which lovers feci. ' weakening. tlomnralMiig, perpetual "yon" nnd "I" nnd "wo"? True, ho did not like music, and music was apart of my very life. He abominated tlio philos ophers, nnd I read only philosophy and hHorv; hut, then, I was willing todo what nil women must do If they would kppp clfsctothomiin they loc I paid hlnitho delicate Mattery of ever making my wishes secondary lo his; of taking nn Interest a hearlv Interest In all my lover's plans, desires and tasles. Ho liked Dickens: Dickens bored mo insufferably; but I read Dickens with him. I had a voice which, as t have hinted, lip, Ilex, could not enjoy; but ho was gen erous, and when my parents and friends advised a season's study with Uuupertl nnd a tour of tho Old World, my king opened not only his dear, kind heart, but his purse; nnd my trunk, my traveling bag, mv handsomest rugs and appoint ments were all of his purchasing, because, he said: "I shall love to think that It Is 1 who liavu made you comfortable, nnd when faraway from mo there will bo these Inanimate reminders of me." livery day the jiost lioro Its little me.s Mice to iny love; each hour I thought: "If only ho wero here, that my eyes might not In sclflshness lest alone on these wonders." "Time, bllenco and absence aro liltllois destructives," says the author. Wo two lovers proved tho untruth of this ghastly motto; our hue thrived ami grow clearer, greater, liner, on inc very uici we leu toll, I was going home. Changed? Yes, travel changes every one, and when we let the loved one go wo must know In our hearts that he or she will return to us changed. Tlicrowniu growth nvvny from us, there were new minds to touch, new mugnttlc influences, a new point of view, a new perspective, nnd tho home-coming must find us drawn nearer together or drifted a little apart, but change and growth has surely come. Changed, I knew I was. Hut there burned this one great spark my love as steadfastly and as clearly as when It was new. So soon I would bo clasped lu his arms, those arms (hat folded about mo wltii tho strength of iron and the loving tenderness of a mother. 1 will tell nothing of tho slow home ward journey, of tho heart-pangs I had as I sat on deck at night and permitted the professor, a cultivated musician, to talk to me. All this seemed sacrilege; it seemed treachery, that I could even tolerate it; that I enjoved it was criminal almost. We landed at last. Kvcry journey, however slow, however sweet, or fraught with anguish must end. And there was my lover with beaming eyes nnd gifts of flowers nnd jewels for me. I w as glad to sea him, but not so happy ns I had thought to be. Why was ho not so tallns he had been? Why was ho changed? Why did It sting me that on the homeward dnve, his voice, his ad dress, his manner, all wero changed.' Or was tho change in myself,' I could not tell. This was the most miserable mo ment of my life; nnd he, too, felt the want of tho true ring in mo. As tho days thoso time-markers went by wo tried to return to the soul-to-soul lctfs. Wo read together; his voice jarred in on inc. We talked: tits different views ot life matin my heart turn sick witli lui I atlenee. (Suddenly it all seemed ghastly, hopeless, horrible. I know why. Hut how could I tell tho (ruo soul, tho loving man, who was yet all tenderness to me, and who urged (hat tho wedding day should be appointed, that I was no longer his? Whose had I become? What was it? Ask tho fates who, spitoof struggles and pollings against thocurrent, plan our lives for us. I knew not then; I know not now. I hud outgrown this man for whom I be hoved God alone made me; and what availed me tearful nights and prayers and icars? i.ovo is noi compulsory, ami i comu no mm o bid my love rclurn (dan can (ho limb broken from tho sculptor's marble hccomoagaln a part of tho beautiful statue. Pitiful truth. Sad reality. Sorrowful knowledge. Outgrown. . .Struck a Job. Ft om l'ucl. Young Doctor I prescribed for my first patient yesterday. Young Lawyer (anxiously) Has ho made his will yet? A New Departure. We are pleased to inform the public that we are now prepared to make anything in the SHIRT UNDERWEAR Line. We have been so for tunate as to secure the serv ices of the expert shirt cut ter, Mr. C. W. HUTCHIN SON. He was for fifteen years employed by the lead ing New York shirt houses, but has been with Mr. P. T. Hall for the past eighteen months. Should you give us a trial we will guarantee you a more perfect fit and a better grade of shirts than ever be fore attained in this city. We can use the Palmer Sys tem of Cutting if you prefer it. PAJAMAS a special feat ure. To order only. All goods cut and made on the premises. Jspecial attention given to RKPAIRS of all kinds, and we solicit YOUR TRADE. Should you desire, we will CALL .and TAKE YOUR MEASURE. Goods Called for and Delivered. (.Successors lo ELLUItY A CO.) Ladies' and Gcutlcmcn's Oulfitters, Eighteenth Street anil Pa. Ave. O. W. HUTOHINBON, Jlnuoferot blilrt Depsrtincnt, P. S.Eapoolal attontlon la Blvon to LADIES' SHIRTS and MUSLIN UNDERWEAR to or dor. Also roady-mado, All grados. Lttdlos In attondanoo. SMtLLER'S THE MOMENTUM ENGINE, MANUFACTURED DY TUB American Energizer Manufacturing Co, Liraitoa, 1410 P STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. O. Works at Bonning's, D. 0. Tho Samo Horso-Powor for Ono-Tonth of tho Coal. Estlmntos nirnlBhod for this KnHlno or Momontum pnerglzor, whproby parties enn liso Eloctricity ior ijircnunff and cnRlne, maKlntr tlio lifrnt coat moreiy nno. uynnmot), wiuioni uainir iiny mora In uorso-powor for tho ateam ovnpornted nncl Dynamos, without uslnrr nny moro Infringers Will Special Having Doolciod to Oontlnuo tho Consignment Sale Tho rcmnlndor of this wook, and as wo aro dotormlnod to dlsposo of tho balauco of tho conolunmont by that tlmo, wo havo mado blgroduotlons In ovory department. Koto thoso prlcos for To-day and To-morrow. LOT 1-107 Mon's Overcoats, S4; worth 812. LOT 2-400 Men'o Beavor Overcoats, 60.C0; worth S14. LOT 3-500 Men's Chinchilla Ovorcoats, SO; worth S17. LOT 1135 Men's Kersey nnd Beaver Ovorcoats, 810; worth 822. LOT 0-257 Mon'e Casslmoro Butts, SO; worth SI 1. LOT 0105 Men's Worsted Suits, S0.50; worth 314. LOT 7-200 Men's Black Cheviot Butts, 33; worth 820. LOT 0-425 Men's Casslmoro Suits, 810; worth 822. LOT 0-320 Mori's Corkscrow Suits, 912.60; worth $25. LOT 10-150 Men's Prince AlbortSutts, S12; worth 823. G-x'eaiij CoxL3grx-m.eii.-b Sale. New York Clothing House, OUSTS PEIOB, 311 Seventh Streot Northwoat, White Building. GrJB STOVES For Heating Bath Booms, Bed Rooms, Halls, Libraries, &c. ALSO STOVEH FOU . " HATTERS, TAILORS, CONFECTIONERS, TINNERS, &c, &c. W G ASHINGTON 411-413 Tenth PROGRESSING NICELY. OTJE Cotton Underwear AND Embroidery Sale. Eu-ry buyer delighted with tlio prices and valncn. The ntaortmcut well dlplnjcd. At the eituic time our 20 Per Cent. Eednctioii Sale ON ALL WINTER GOODS In LtlUCultlns Quito a rimire. r-'oine upeclal good thluxaaru moving light uloni;, Money In pocket canned by such n.iylns Is nppreclnted by i.ll. The Goiitbination, Twolttli nnU P BtroutB. Kaufman & sickle. EVANS' DENTAL PARLORS. 1317 IM. avo, li, IV, Teeth extracted poaltholy without pain or danger liy our patulous system a ii harmless ve labia vsnor. In use by us only. It eirects aro pleasant anu irans lent, wriinciai icviu, viuitu nuu miuso ,,.,. at resiouuble prices, )'' tt rurpodm, iimw mmi- e' "DS"" "","! mo unco urlco or putlinrj I" mo nnorTOsr fuel, ana giving lncronsou rosuus Bo Prosecuted. Notice. ASLIGHT -OMPANY, Stroot North woat. JIOTIXS ANI) JtrSTAUltANTS "vf w" Yoitk iiurruT, 405 TENTH STltEET N. W. Beet and I'urest Liquors in the City, ported Clgarn. Ira. JAMES II. COSTELLO, Proprietor. fe27 90. q-IHE EB1UTT, WASHINGTON, D. C. Army and Navy Headqtiarters. Four Iron Flro Escapes. TERMS-:! nnd $1 Per Day. WII.LARD'8 HOTEL, WAbHINOTON, D.O., O. 0. BTAPLES, Late ot Tliouennd lui. Homo, Proprietor. gT JAMES' HOTEL, EUROPEAN PLAN, Sixth street and Pcnnsjlrauls avenue. L. WOODBURY, Proprietor. Grand, Upright and Square PIANO -FORTES. Spcclul Attention of Purchasers Is lu Tited to Our "NEW ARTISTIC STYLES," l'lnlslipd In DcsIjtu or "HiaitEST DECORATIVE ART." PIANOS FOR RENT. becoud-Hnud l'Uuoi at All 1'ilccs. Wwi. Knabe & Co., 817 Markot Space USE 01SRE3, STERUNQ, MINNEOLA, UOLUEN HILL ITJLiOTTJEi, vo UroucI, Holla and Biscuits, Wlioloealo uopot, Cornor First Stroot und Indiana Avonuo, WM. M. OALT & OO. 33 SL SS MKWMMMWIHMHSl TIIK ONLY CUHM VOU INQROWINQ NAILS, A ItuKOx Micrffls. CtlltU (tUAUANTEEU ur money rerunUnl, At all Htiao and Drun storey ur lualle.1 ou receipt of price. US Cunts. . OlIAS, S. ItULH, Phllida tint- (nfii tUAUK 'fov ft ( VAIIK, CjPiSU WASHINGTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY AiirtHiN'je VAisrr.ttS' iwvvntv.s. flKO. ItYNKAfi. Jn..4l87lhnt. n. w. I'llBD A. SCHMIDT, Ml Otli St. yilAKClS MIM.KiT. 80V7 Otli t. n. W. H1IAKAIIAN, llHII.I.Y A CO., 1911 I'll. RVO. II, M.MIOVVN. ISIS 7lll nt. O. (). KlfKII.KS. 1400 Iltli At. n.W. JAMKM M. H0DQB8 A BON. 1118 Pa RTO. JHOJllTJWTH. JAS. 0. 111I.T,, Corcoran DulMlng. antiq in: rvnxiTviw. A. P. KlMMBllMAN, 410 Otlnt. AWTioxi:i:us. IHWCANSON DItOS,, cor. Dili anil D t. jiiuv jh:aiji:uh. EnwAim s. sciiMiDT.air mh t. n. w. h. UAimiitnciiT. H3.17U1 at. nvti. nuns' a uvi'i.tr.s. JAS. H. McOILL, 008-11 0 t 11 VT. nnvnT.ns. TAriST IITIKWIKO CO . 701 1 Korlti 0 t. IlKlI(INKIIAKNIini.linRVVCO.,Va.RV.&ritli ANNIIRlIBBIMIOtiCU UIIKW. ASS'N, Del. and Va. aro. ,lUMUHl!IHKNHElSa fUtiam1Ltts..0.,W.B. H. O. rALMEII. 015-21 II nt. a. w. TIIK NATIONAL nWKWINO CO.,3tSCth n. W. 11AKTIIOI.OMAY 11HKW CO, SOU 11th at n w. WASll'N 1IHEWKRY CO., Tolepnono K'Jl. jiurrvTs. n.D.KITIKWOOD.llMOst n.W. HUMI'IIHKYH. 41S IStli nt. n. vr. (:Aia.liiuiiacil.4iTlitht. n.w. lion 1I01.TXMAN. 1413 N.Y. are. .1.11 IK1RSKLU 1313 B at n.W. LEW NKWM RYBIt, UU anit l'a. avo. (I, W. DIIIVEH. 00S l'a. avo. I). IIAOEKTY. 1803 l'a. avo. ji.irr;j(.y. .7. n. DKISlKORrt 1018 lailmt. n.W. JOHN f-TltlNLB, (00 K. Cap. at. KCIINKIDUn, 413 1 et n. w. HOTTI,i:ilH. R. O. PAI.SIEP. 1W4 tOlh St. DW. THE AIIL1NGTON UOT. CO., SJlh and K n.W. nvrrmt, vitvr.si: axu r.aaa. JAS. F. OYSTER, Ta. avo. and 9th st. nvxanv.ns. A. LOEFFLKTt, 01043 Ccntro Market. TI10S. T.KEANE 49 to 31 Centre Markot. .Ml. BURCUBK, 339 (o Ml Contra Market. HIUV. liUonKB, 0.11-83 Conlro Markot. 01TO O. HUPrERT. 91-93 Contra Market. A. J. niLKY, (37-38 Ccntro Market. ito rozEs. GFO. B. ATWATBIt A CO . 14J114M Pa. avo. OVERMAN WHEEL CO. 713 13th st n w. J10OTH, HTIOKS AXJt ltVllllEIUI. J. n. MOHAN. 431 9th st. A. L. HA ZLETON, 4237th St. M. bTIUCBLAND, 939 Pa. ave. GEO. W. HICII, 717 Market Space. I101V ELL A MUKKAY, COO 71 h st. n. w. .10HN O. Il.LEH, Jr.. 918 7th St. n. w. L. IIMLIUIUM8, 4W7th st. n. w. .1. I10OL, One Prlro thoo House, 729 7th St. NATIONAL HOTEL 8COE 8T0I1K,4H Pa.aT. II. WALKEH TUCKEB. 1W3 Pa. ave, JOS. A. ltKPBTTI, 817 l'a. avo. a. 0. M.GKBENI1AUM.313I M St. II. HICII A SON, 1J22-4 7tb nW. J. J. GEOEOKS A SON, 1115 PA ave. llAXKl'.llS. MORS & CO., Pa. avo and If th st. 1.RWI8 JOHNSON & CO.. 10th and Pa. are. OOKfcON MACARTNEY, HID K St. DATEMAN CO., 1111 P nt. n. W. TM. MAYSIi & CO., 510 Oth St. WOOIlBA CO., HOT Fst. n. w. LBWI8 Q. 1BWK8DUUY & CO., 1333 F. JtAXKB. CENTnALNAT.TJANK.7th at. and Pa.STO. BECONI) hATIONAL.E09Tthnt. n.W. COI UMUIA NATIONAL. OH P et. n. vr. NAT. HANK ItEFUBLICTtll and D St9. FAKMBH8' k MECH.'BKAT.,cor.Mand31at. JtOOKSVKlXllB ANn STATIONERS W. n. LOTOKnMILK & CO.. 11J4-S0 F. WM.IIAU.ANTYNE & SONS. 1M 7th at. A.K. Wll.I.IAM8,iai.817tliBt.n W. W. n. MOIiniFON,lS.M Fit . CHAPMAN & TAYIOII. 015 Pa. avo. nW. EAbTON & IIUIT, l.'l 11th st nw. CO.V7JMOTOK.V. LITTLEFIBLD & ALVOKD, 20th and D sts. CA11V11T ai.VAXllllS. EMPIRR KTEAM. 031-5 Mass avo. F. II. YOUNUrl, 1401 Pa avo n w. VAXoviiis AXit a lrxixas, M. 0. COFEI.AKD, 409 llth st nw. a a sit Rim is TEits. NAT'L CASn REGISTER CO, 10th A E sts nw. CA1IVUXTURS AX1I JIUILltERS. ALEX. MILLER, 1215 Ohio avo. DARBY A DAVIS. 1320 15th st n W. C. A. L-ANGLKY, 3t0 12th st n W. oaij. wixxs axo iniAxniEs. TO KALON WINE CO.. 014 Kth St. consKT a our no tor. M.C.WHBLAN, 1003 Fst. CATIlllEIIS. F. FREUND, 702 Oth St. n. w. H. J.WEYMAR, 1031 llth st AI.KX. FORTIN, 1028 llth St n W. LOUIS CH APINS. 1741 L st n w. GRAY A IIRO.. 1702 I. at n W. MAIbON 1IETTI, 11U312 Conn avo. ItJ.OTltlERS. VICTOR K.ADLER. 027-Sfl Till nw.cor.Mats.av. M. KAUFMAN, corner 8th and I sts. so. 1. 11 AMUUKGKIt A SONS, nil Pa avo. N.Y.iNK-PRlCRCI.OTIIlNG,3117thst.n.w. GOLDEN EAGLE CO.. 211 Pa. ave. a. 0. W. NOKDLINGER. 3107 W at. n. w. B. RICH & BON. l!T-4 7th nw. VARRfAOES. ANDREW J. JOYCE'S SONS. Warorooras. 1023-30 Conn, avo.; Factory, 412-10 14th nw. W. F. OEYKR,4C0 Pa. avo. Also harness. 11010-K ANI) CARRIAGE BAZAR, 033-42 La. McDERMOlTABRO..310 Pa.avo.U. W. B. J. MEKKH. No. C21 O tt U W. WILLIAM WALTER'S SON, lltb and Ostsn W COOK A JAIIOE, 3235-9 M St. A. 11. QREOORY, N Y avo and Cth tt. COXVECTIOXERS AXn CAFES. J. FU8SKLL, 1423 N. Y. avo. T.JAItVlS. 420 0th st. IIINKF A 11UIID. 310 Olh St. CnAH. F. FI.KlbCIlilANN, 1110 Pa. ave. O APES. TEMPLE HOTEL, 01 hst Tllh NEWENOLANDC it., op. U.S.Pat.Otuoo. CAVE, 518 Oth st. EI.KB' I11N1KO I'.OOMl), 930 l'a. aVO. O OA EEC TIOXERS. M. BRILL, 417 9th st. Wholesale. It. 11. E. DRUIIRING, ll llth st. Wholesale. FIELDING A CO., 157 Pa. avo. GILL'S. 1429 Fst. HIEK1 7. A CO.. cor. 10(h and F sts. n. w. HltKBNAII AN A CO., 410 7th St. n. w. F. NhW TON. 1739-11 l'a. ave. n, w. KMMKRTS, 410 71 h St. n. W. A. OUTEKUNST. 1SJI !41h st. n. w. DIAMOXns. JACOBS BROS., 1229 Ta ave. juiaoR.iTon. HENRY T. HEH, 320 12th IIW. DRY ooons. JOHN II. BMOOT. 3114 M St. W. M. SIIUSTER A SON8, 019 Pa, avo. LANSIIUROH A IlltO,, 4iu to 4!0 7th st, n. W. 8KA70N PERRY. Pa. avo. and Otli st. Tllim. J. LlirriiELU 1910 l'a. ave. JOHNSON A I.liTVllUI,I,.7l:i Markot Space. T. REINII.VHDT. 910 7th st. n. W. B J.K1SIIEL. 120 l'a. uvo. GEO. K. HARIIIN. BlOPa.HVO. s. 0. B. 1). IHIRCIl A CO.. IWH 7th st nw BTJiRN'H DRY GO pD.3 HOUSE. 00141 7th n. VV. W. I). CI.AHKACO, 611 Market Spioo. GEO. f OVBS, lOlv! llth st. n. w. CRAIG A JACKfON,31l0M St. n. W. B. V. BMIIII.aiSOMct n.w. IIVUM AN'S KMPOHIUM, S-7 4) st s W. M KOHNER A Hl'vO, 1131 7th St U W. JIRUIUUSTS. PRANK P. WBLLEH, 731 8th St. Z. 1). CULLMAN. 027 l'a ave. T.E OGHAM. 1211 I'd. va. HAMI'KLT. STOTT, National notol BulUlne HOMEUPATIIIO PltARMAOY. 1007 H St. GEO. A. 1IENTLF.V, llth and Corooran sts. CI. V. SOTIIOIIN. a ii.fiir.3M nml O sts. n.W, REMSllUKO A ELLIOTT, 1001 llth St. n. W. W H. HUM B. COth nnd M sts. u, w, C!C'HRISTIANI,48I Pa avo, OOOHIMMH cor NY ave and t (that, JOHN K MAJult, 800 Tth st n w. itYERS Axn scour tins. 3. J. FIRMER A CO. BW 1' st n w. HIIIGGS' N.Y. STEAM lYRHOUSE,703th St. ANTON FISCHER 900 (1st. , , J. J1111KN mi. ill 4 st ii w. Established 1331, It. A. Kl'.l'.VKS, 811 K St. nw. ANTON LEROI1, U03 N Y avo. MME TAULKMI. 015 llth at ll w, J. J. FISHER A CO,, 810 F st n W, J1XORA VllltS X LlTltnORAVmiRi, J. L. KERRARD. 1013 Pa avo, OEO. 11AAH, Jr. 1200 l'a avo, A. D, UHAHAM, 1230 Pa ave n W. ELEOTRia LKIHT OOXTIt.lOTOHS ROYCE A MARBAN, 1408 Pa. HVO. J,H,KUEIIL(NU, 1200 l'a uvo. J.U.llllilKKl'ACO.. 1109N. Y.ave. WASll'N CONSTRUCTION CO. 0 1 Jth 8t. 'jircjiixasTiixaiiA rixos, etc. MoELROY'8 ART STORE. 1001 l'a. avo. W. H. VKEHHOFF, 121 l'a. avo. and ill and 410 7th St. II. W. 1'hOVtt MIT.t.H. HONBKIt FfXlUK MI1.L3. A. 11. CH0PLB7, I'T.OlllaTS, W. P. FISHKR, 14 Pa nvo n w. J. II. SMALL, Iltli and (1 sts. n, w. N. hTUDEIt. ftio F at, n. w. A. 01)1)1'. A into., 11U F at n W. A. OAIUiKn, 1108 Conn avon w. ('. RTltAUSS & CO , 403 8 Ccntro Market. TBEODOltE DKIDHICK, 17 F Ot. jrjju: ixsvjiAXoi: oomvasies. FtKRMEN'SINH. CO., 7th st.nnil La. aye. C0LU1IDIA FII1K INS. CO., 11.0 Fst. n. W. COIICOIIANFIIIKINH. CO.,001 11th St. n. W. NAT. UNION HUE INS. CO.. Oil La. avo. 1.1 N( OLN FIIIE INH.CO., 40911th St. POTOMAO INS, CO., 1119 8M st n w. l'JEOri,K'.S FIIIE 1NSUKANCK CO. ot; I). 1C, 803 l'a avo a o. 1'X.OVU, vi:iu AX1 It AY. McPOU ELL & E0N9, N. Cap. and MaM avo. WA8(l'NFLOUlt.tKilKI)CO,4thi.t&Vaare. TI10SIA8W McKNKW.lllSOftn W. II. V. COCIlItAN, 1317 iltli st n w. visit, ursTJuts Asn rovzTiti: Tt. A. GOLDEN, 311 9 Ccntro Market. rovxn nits. K N OKAY & CO. Mo avo, bet 3d A 4 sts. POTOMAO 1P.ON WOKKS. 8105 Water stn WM. II. DOUGLAS. 1318 1) st n w. rvnxiTVJtJi. WIIHDEMAN CO., 010 12th st. Tct., 07-2. TD.OS. II. MNULETON, 415 7th St. W. II. 1IOKKK, 801 Market fjiaco. W. II. HOUGHTON A CO., 1218 Fit. II. O.TOWLK8, 1007 Ta. avo. HUGO WOKCII A CO., 924 7th St. II. IIUHKIMIIDT A fcON. 10131.1 7th St. IIACI18CMID A MYBB8. 1107 7(h St. HOUSE A UEHUM AN, 017-2.1 7th St. n. W. HOU8B A Ol., K23 7th n. W. 8. K. UIlOWN A 80N, cor. soth and Ta. avo II. J. LAUNT, 1357 14th St. n. W. a as rixTuitns. SCHULTZ, Oas Flituro, 13(5 F at. n. w. 8. 8. hllKDI) tt IlltO . 4320th n.w. Plumbing. (.'. A. MUDDIMAN, C14 12th at. n.W. K. V. HKOOKB, Ml IBtli n W. aiioaniiawiioLUSAi.K, .1. r. KtOOOI) & CO., 015 La. byo. .1. L. liAHDOUll & SON. 01410 Pa. are. IIIIX & CO. CSV La. avo oeo ol'FUTT. aaoilMatnw. Kicn AltD & CO. 028 Pa aro nw. anoar.nms. JACKSON & CO.. C20 Pa ave. I. 8. 1IKPMAN. Oth and La. are. N. W. IHIIICHEI.L, 1323 Fat. n. w. J. K.CLEARY, 525 11th at. n. w. JRLPI10N80 YOUNGS CO.. No. 443 Oth at. n.W. I1UMR & CO.. B07 Markot Fpaoo. It. M AUBICB OKOPLE Y. 81st and U sts. W. It. BItOWN, soth st. and Pa. avo. A. O. WI1IOBT, 1631 14th St. n. w. JNO. P. LOBE, 1534 14th St. . w. 11. W. OFKUTT & CO., Jd and N Sts.n, W. H. H. ELLIOTT. 1520 lltb at. w. A. nEITMULLER. 1333 llth st.n. W. THOU KNOWLES. 1204 32d st u W. H B WATEB8. 1342 7th St n W. F M WALKEH, 022 La aro J II IlBYAN A mto. cos Pa are. OEO O KENNEDY & SONS, 1203 V st n W. I1IIOWNINO & MIDD1.RTON, 010 Pa are T II WALKEH & CO, 040-50 La aVO. A OAEOLU 4 CO, 18(8 7(h St. N1IMIEA. KarasTO. W B AltllOTT, 1721 Pa ave n w. G. PESSAUNO & 80NS, 8.8 Oth it. Italian. IIV31AX lIAIJt JU1AT.U1:. J. BocnoN, ois 14th st. n. w. 8. IIELLRR, 720 7th n. w. IIOTKZS. WILTJtBD'S HOTKU Pa are and Kth si n w. TnEIMNIl'd nOTRL, Pa avo and 14th St. NOBMANDIB, 15(h and lists. AIiLlNUTON IIOTEU Vt. are. and n St. V BLCKEK'S. 15th st. W N Y avo and H sts. ABNO. 10th and I st nw. KIIIUTT I10116E, 14th and F sts. METROPOLITAN HOTEL. Pa avo and Oth tt. WORMLEY'S, I5lh and II Bts. n. w. CONGRESSIONAL HOTEL, Capitol Hill. NATIONAL HOTEL, Pa ave and Oth It. ST. JAMES noTEL, Pa ave and Cth St. THE HAMILTON. 14th and K st n w. THE BELVEDERE. Pa ave and 8d St. IIOTIII.S AXli JlESTAVItAXTS. MORGAN HOUSE, 32d St., abovo N. OWEN IIOUSR. Pa. ave., near U.S. Treasury. MT. VRRNON HOTEL, 485 Pa. ave. n. w. EMM1TTU0U8R, opposite II A O Depot. COLUMBIA HOUSE. 10th and It sis. LANCB (MORGAN HOUSE). 8200 M st n W. liAitxzss axi house aoovs. LUTZ & BRO . 407 Pa avo. K. KNEESSrS80N,47tb. HAltnWARE. BARBER A BOFS, llth and G sts. F. P. MAY A CO.. (M Pa. avo. CHA8. T. CARTER A CO.. CC0 Ta. avo. JAS. II. LAM1IIE, 1415 N. Y. avo. W. WAGNER. SX7J Pa. UVO. F. A. SCHNEIDER, l'a avo and 13th st n w. L. n. FCHNEIDBR'8 SONS, 100810 Pi avo. J. B. KENDALL, 013 Pa avo. ICE C031PAXIES. TRANSPARENT ICE CO.. M27 Water st. GREAT FALLS ICE CO.. 024 l'a. avo. INDEPENDENT ICE CO., Pa. av. and ISrthst JEWELERS. HARRIS A SHAPKR. 1113 Pa. avo. MOORE A 1.EDINO.1I09 Pa. avo. A. L. KALTZ8TEIN, Jr.,6C57th St. W. 8. TAPPAN, CC1 Oth St. W. HRVNINOER, 9J9 Pa. avo. J. 11. ALIIPH'K, 1403 nth et. J. 8. BLACKFORD, 3123 M ut. n, w. T. THOMPSON, 811J M St. n. w. I.VllIIEJl DEALERS. Tt. .T.MoLKAN, 13th nnd Bats. n. w. 1(.H.WILLUTT,813 Oth at 11 W, A 13th A B sts n w. LIME. J. JOHNSTON, 1033 89th st.n.W. GFO, LAMPS. MUDDIMAN, C. A., Oil 12th St. n. w. LAVX1IKI. WEST END BTEAM LAUNDRY. Tol . 1019-S. CHAMPION STEAM LAUNDRY, 14! Pa nvo. hWISb BTEAM LAUNDliY, 18M Fst. n. W. YALKBTEM LAUNDRY. 122 10th St. n.W. DEXTER MEAM LAUNDRY, 491 Ost. n. W. LAMES' rCRXISJIIXU GOODS. PALAIS ROYA1 . lh st. and Pa. ave. D(ll)OLArS A BRO . 612 and 514 Oth St. n. W. MJHERAL WAT 11 U.S. C. II. BnAFFER A CO., 103 l'a aye. M OXUMEXTAL WO K KS. GEORGE L BKRNER, 09 Mssi ave. TIIOS. I1EANY. 400-02 Mass ave. MEX'S miRXISItllllS, II. T. MILLER, 18th and Pa. avo. OPBURDEl'TE, 4377th St. MAXiavRii Axn ojtiitopouisr, MMB.TAYN, 703 15th st.n w. KhNIfcON A liONS, 418-12 12th St. n.W, MILL SUPPLIES. KDW. CORBETT, 431 Ta. avo. MAC1IIX1STS AX1 JIXOIXJUIKS. BIIEPHEIID A HURLEY, 201 12th St. K N GRAY A GO, Mo uve, hot 3d A 4 sts. MARKETS. PHILADELPHIA, W. II. Coleman A Co., Conn avo and K st. CANNON A CHANDLER, "nome." llth "FARRAGUT," J. C. Feamou A Son, 10(1 Kst "C1I(CL1'."S. 11. fl WYNNE, Vt avo and Lit. FRED GIIEKN, 19.'3 l'a. avo , "Urlguton." II. I. MEADER. corner 8th and I sts. so. J. II. CROWN. 133314th st. ii. w.,"BxoeUlor." I OTTAOK MARKET, 818 llth St. n. w. P. J. TI11IIET8, 1027 t'onn nve . "Palaco." II. W. FISHER A SON, 82d and N sts n w. ARLINGTON, Arurdutl A Fairfax. 13ih A L. MllltCJtAXT TAIl.OHS. II. n.nAHR.lllira.nve. L. K. DEVENDORF. lliu Pa. ave. W. II. CUUNSTON. 1110 Pa. avo. J.A. a!tlE1liAUttK.45 9th st. n.W. II. KOl'l'EL. 1329 1 1th st. n.w. OWEN, cor li Hist siii N Y avo n w, J. II. WILSON. 2923 Mst BNYDER A WOOD. 3 lltb St. IIAlillA A BKN.NErT.lll9NYavonw. MAXTLJ1S, TILES, J'UltXACllS. HAYWAKI) A HUTOHINBON. l 9th st. juiLi.ixiiitr, mv. J. C. nUT CIIINSON, 9j7 Pa. avo. LONDON BAZAR, 713 Market Space. THE RON MAKOIIK 810 7th St. n. w. Mitt. P. EMIttCII. 3110 M St. n, W. A. M. IT311EL, 3134 M st.n.W. B. COUEN.eailtlistll W. MJHTAKY AXli SOCIETY OOOOS. 8. N. MEYER, 022 7th St. OYSTER JWA LllllS, EDWARD WESKit 12th and K sts n W. KIKOSI.OW M)N, 19-.'0-!i2Mst OVTICIAXS. FRANKLIN A CO., 13!7 Pa. avo. 11. II. llEMPLER, 4S3 l'a. nve, J. II. HRAMHALL, 607 14th t. n.Wj PJIOTO.LJTlloail.lPltllRS. THE NORRIS PETERS CO., 438 00 Pa aye. " prTxters, JUDD A DETWEILBH, 423-3 llth at n W. GIIIBON 111(09, 1233 Pa UV6. B F WILKINS. 612 10th st n W. J S TOMLINBON. 0C8 F st a w. It B ADA MH. 612 lltust II w. U J MARTIN, OM O. tt n w. WASHINGTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY ' AWNV ' v-wys j' j, xntn mis h uri'T, tiis, T. 0 SCIlAKKIt & CO, 421 0 llth st n w. IIKNIIY McKHANn&CO 310 Kth St. T.8UMMEUVII.LB&80N3,3IOiai3thstnw. i-oi.Axn n'ATJin Auuxor. JOHN KKYWOIlTll.Otliand I) sis. VIV UA KtlllS. TIIR BIO roillt. 1127-31 Md avo. NATIONAL I'lKliAKUKY.iMOK Cap St. ' I'lAsus, on a. i xx axo nvsia. BDW. F. DltuoP, l) Pa. avo, .It UN V. M,l.ta,Ojn'a.nvo. Ill o. WnilC'd &. CO.. OM 7th St. F. O. SMITH, 1223 Pa. bto. n. w. l'AvttiiitAXa ixtis. OEO. WILLNKR. 4W Oth ft. W. II. Sl'M.KIIOnHB, 102J 7th St. B. W. JOHNH.P (HIBRN,4ai0thst. A.M.TU1IMAN, 1701 l'a. are. VA Villi. C. O. BTOTT & CO , 18 8th St. It. MO!tlllhnN,8nj-ttC7 Dst.n. w. EAbTOM .t ni'I'P, 431 lllll st nr. Jt;.17i llSTATll. W. n. BAUNDKItS & CO , 1107 F si . U. w. McLAOIILIN A HATCIlltMlRIt. lOth&Oa.W. (1UM.BY A BTRVKNH. 1TW F St. n. W. I'BANCIH IIUFrY, 1301 F St n. w. BWOUMSTRDT IIHAIILEY, 0?7 F St. n. W. M A HAI.LinUKH. 1431 I' st n w. ItlDIXO SCHOOLS. Mr. and Mrs. MIDDLETON 1120 Vor ave. WAblHNGTON, torncr 2Jd and P sts. JtUSTAVJtAXTS. WM. nKLMUe. 411 Jth st. n. w. ROSS, ;ih st. above Pa. avo. n. w. IIRNKY Al fiCHWEES, 12tli and F. AMAN'8,310 0llist.,n. W OSbORN 1IUIIAN.71II and G sts. HAHYEYU corner Pa. nve. and llth at. n.W. PATRICK MOiilili, 00-1 l'a avo. 8AUTTKH, MO Oth ll. w. BANDKRS,ai3I)st. KARtCH'S, noo Pcnna avo n w. HKMIYKARUNRU. 033 list. J F JOIINMON, 40.1 lltb st n W. KWAONKB.2'00tlistn w. GEO. F.KOZE(,,lS271hst. JNO I. IlUliKAliT 10th nnd 1' s's n W. FRITZ RBUTEI.'S, 41 st and Pa avo. HII.LIOCS, 1320 Pa ave. itviuiisic ooons. GOODYEAR RUBBER CO , 809 Oth St. n. W. HOLMBBACO.,5110tht. STA1II.VS. W F DOWNEY. 1013 28 L nt I1F MoCAULLY. "Tnlly-Uo." 910 and O190tt. PORTLAND STABLES. Oil and 641 NY are. J T PRICE A SON, "National," 307-11 Cth St. J B 1IEIUYY, Ebbltt. 131 and 0 SIS n W. JAS O HOW EN, C25-29 N Y avo n w. JonN DCGAN, Market and Bridge sts n w. sash, noons, hlixjis, eto. ,L. D. STONE, 203 14th St. n. W. n:rxxa atAauiXEs. BTIBBL1NO, 1751 Pa ave. Houwhold. WM. STOXE. rOT. STONE CO.. 8280 Wa(er t. soav rroiuis WKAVBn, KENGLA A CO.. 8244 Water at. stoves, t-vnxAc ns Axii it Axaes. B. F. GUY A CO.. 1005 Pa. avo. W. O. BERRY, 60S 0th St. Alo plumbing. W. n. HAHKOVBH. 813 7th St. nw. sitoiiTixo ooons. M. A. TAPPAN. 1013 Pa. ave. J. II. KUBI1UNQ. 1200 la. avo. SAI'E ltEVOSIT VOMPAXIES. WASn. SAFE PEP. CO., 910 Pa. ave. NAT. SAFE PEP. CO.. N. Y.ave. and 15th at. STORAGE irARKllOVSE. O. W. KNOX. Id and B sts. nw. SVR. 1XSTRU3IENTS AXU TRUSSES CHARLES FISUBR. 023 7th St.n. w. TYPEWRITERS AXJt SUPPLIES. THE REMINGTON, cor 8th A F sts nw. U. A. CLARK A CO, 035 F n w. TEA AXJt COVFEE. JOnNBTON IIHO'B A CO. 007-13 N Y ave. ltlCHARD A CO, 023 Pa ave. toys Axn paxcx noons. CHR. RUPPBRT, 4C3-5 7th st nw. VXJtERTAKERS. JOHNB. WRIGHT, 1337 10th stn w. JOS. GAWLER, 1734 Pa avo. Telophone, 111 It. F. HARVhY.O-SPa ave. GEO. F. ZURHOHyr.SM P. avo.se. V. F. SISOURNEY, 1410 llth n w. OEO. W. WISP, 2000 M St. JOnN M. MITCHELL, 7 llth n w. JAVE8 T. CLEMENTS, 1237 32d St. E. M. BOTELER, 733 8th St. J. F. BIRCH. 8031 M St. Telephone, 037-14. J. II. DAHNKY,4llLst. JAS. II. W1N8LO W, 1206 R St n w. R W DARKER, 0t3 lllll stn W. W S S1GOHRNKY. 132S 14th st n W. TIIOS. B. NALLEY, 1213 llth St. VARIETY STORE. TnE FAIR. . e. cor. "Ill and H s's n. w. BOSTON VAniU'lY STOKE. 703-9 Pa. ave. VEailTAltLES AXn Ii'JtUITS. O EKQEL'fl SONS, 639 01 Contro Markot. WJXES AXn LIQUORS WHOLE. SALE. THE PnoOMAKEIt CO.. suoccssors to Shoo- maker A UmtzoK, 1331-3 E St. n. w. CHRIS XANDBIt, IXI) 7th St. CIIAB. K 11 A KM Kit, 737 7th St. JACOB XANDER, 1313 Tth St. n. W. M. F. MORAN, 3011 M St. n. w. JA8. THAHP. 818 Fst. n. W. RICHARD A CO. 028 Pa aye. 31 IS C EL L A XEO US. JNO. SCHORR. 19JI 9th st n w. THOL. S. REEDY, 1719 Pa ave n w. Iloglstored Trade Mark, BERKELEY Pure Rye Whisky 1 1 n Gallon, $1 a Quart und 60c. a Pint. iTam.es Tii.ax'npa 818 F Stroot. iletfMm PHBST MILWAUKEE BEER. BEST On account ot Purity. Aro and Strength. MKDE From the Choicest Malt and Hops. Especially Good FOR FAMILY USE. Beneficial (or Weak and Debilitated Persons. It Invlttoratos and promotos digestion, ulr nira nounal tono to tho stomach and thereli Incrciwluu (ho appotltu. WASHINGTON BRANCH, 703-705 Earth Capital St Teleplionu 27.'5. R. S.WIDDICOMBE Manager. JIIKDICAI.. OHIOHEBTCR'a CNOLIBH 5 PENNYROYAL PILLS. JcyjJ Ki'il U.'us Dlaiiiunil llriind, wi vWf HaCs alftlwtT.riIUl)la. l.ftdlea, In rrd n.ikhla Imiim, m.1.4 wlib ttai rlblwa. Tbeaoulhf r.Hco14.(itil for DkrUauLr. rjld 'llctlff fop li. I ptwerro a8 taur ": dors Etc H as thf oald psctno tortbtcertslncart ol this 4tsu. U.U.IN(lUAirAM,M, Bj. Anuterlsm, N. T. Ws have sold 1110 o mpry'. ?IU M C4(1K 1 i r Fl TO UlTS. PBPUftnauU M Hi JM urMitU Ulliui (Tumlul Ct. iK "..."i safMW D.'12'DTOnRJtCCt., Chlco, lit. OUOkV I -H 1.00. HOlabyDfUfiliMk i; mf. '''illliatA''atlA-jel1'' tA' t tttkt..Jv Ujj&flAlO. -U.J. . iKS SB MasatiBiHHMacM