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PgtefwwHiwiywy'' "St -ijjaijq ?; r. rt' W TnB OIIITIO, -WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUABY 14, 1891. v. k w. lU. , .t v i . - 0 i A .-r.iN IWSI. '?"f. tclr ,-.'.. I i1 .Hi' sKf ir CITY HFKCIAL3. ltudilcii'n Fopnlnr Installment Hoiuci. To conimenco your New Year projicrly among the first tilings rnil should do In lo put yonr tioiiae In order, and the place to liny jour furniture to Me money and trouble la John Hiidilcn's Popular Installment Mouse atftHl nnd 931 Kevcnth dtreet northwest. Tlicro la no article ot household good but rlint ran bo lonnd (it these doiililo alorci t tho lowest tashprlces on the Installment plan. A amall i ash payment nnd the balance In stilt the pur chaser In other words, slate your own ternu nnd they will be compiled with. Now Year ltnrgnlnint IV.II, IIoiirIiIoii Co.'i After the tush ot the holiday trade cornea the natural reaction, llnslncss In all Its branched la more or leu stagnant, and mer chants nrc anxious to keep up their regular volnmo ot trrde, and they of course otter extra Inducement In price to cntch tho eaglo oye ot nil Intelligent and observing purchasers, who nrecicr on the alert for extra tallica and bar. galna. Messrs. W. II. Ilongblon A Co., nt 1119 nnd Win V street northucst, arc orfcrlngfnr Ihlttvtlays Jut such Inducements to tho pub lic. In nny department In Ihelr sercn-story building goods will Im nrrered nt prices that the enterprising buyers nt this city will not Al low lo pass without an effort lo take ccry ad vantage of. OIIANI) TBST 01' HrXIIAIlITr,3. 'Xlin Annnnl Srsstnn Cnmmoiiccil unit Const clirnMo llmlni'ss Tmnsiirtril The Grand Tent of tho District of Coltimhln, Independent Order of ltech libit as, convened In rmtivml session hut evening In JInionIc Hall, Anocostln. Tlio follow liscjUraiiilTcntnfllcenwcra present: .1. G. l.ee, Rrand chief ruler; U. v. Shoe maker, Rrnnd deputy ruler; Thnmns II. . Jlarchc, nctlnn; post graml chief ruler; T. W. Fecit, crnnd secretary; J. It. ln lioncj', nctlnft praud treasurer; It. W. Joliinon, praud le He, nnd 8. 31. Muudcll, grand Ktiani. The committee on credentials was then appointed, compo-.ed or tho following iiicmliora: 0. V. Shoemaker, It. V. Johnson and J. T. Harrison, who reported tho follow Ini; delegates entitled to senti from tho tentH named! Columbia Tent, No. 1., .1. C. i;iler. T. M. Mowning, I 8. Steele nnd VT. H. Mmtln; (ieorpe C. Tli'imirinn Tent, Ko.:i, W. XY. Corilcll. J. J. t'oulter. 1J. Atcliihon and T. L. Snlkeld; Holier Tent, No. tt), U. 6. Thompson. (1. 1'.. Kmltli, It. VT. Johnson and W. M. Hull; Union Tent, No. 87, Kdmund llurke, J. II. loveless, VT. H. liochc nnd VT. S. Drown; Cniumack Tent, No. Vi, Job HarrK T. D. Marche, J. It.Mahoncy and U, II. Danteli; Ana costla Tent, No 138. J. T. Harrison, J. E. Jllunlx, J,JI. noildarknndR.lt. Muudcll; Naomi Tent, No. 3 (ladles), (i. V. Hhoc maker and Jnmc.t It. l'tirscll; Capitol Tent, No. Iff (Junior), llenonl Jlllifcad; Cammack Tont, No. IU (Junior), William II, Marche; Union Tent. No. 57 (Junior), C. W. Steers. Tho (Imnd Tent degree was then con ferred on thoio who had not previously nttended tho Grand Tent, nnd tho meeting was declared lo bo ready for business. Grand Chief Jtulcr Leo npixilutcd commit tees' as follows; Committee on llnnnce, J. 11. Goddard, W. It. Hunt and It. Em met Smith: committco on stnto of the order, C. W. Steers, William SI. Hall and J. It. Mahoncv; committed on constitution nnd laws, C, W. Steers, It. W. Johnson and Henry Dart; committco on grand chief ruler's nddrcss, William 1). SInrche, W. It. Hunt and It. E. Smith; committco on appeals and crievnnccs, W. SI. Hall, J. It. Manoncr and C. W. Steers. The grand chief ruler then rend his an nual address, which contained amour ether things tho following: "During tho year we havo organized (loorgo C. Thomit-i-on Tent, No. 3, Columbia Tent, No. 1, Union Tent, No. C7, Junior, and Capitol Tent. No. 10, junior. Our membership has increased faster than nny previous year. Death has taken llvo members from us. Wc havo instituted n separate branch of the order named tho Knights of jtccnan, which is uourisniug. rney aro uniformed and drill onco n week." The grand secretary and tho grand treasurer also read their reports, oil of which were referred to Ihc appropriate committees. A resolution was adopted that tho meet lug adjourn from time to time, until all the business, Is transacted. An adjourned iiesslon will meet in Good Templars' Hall, corner Four-and-a-half street nnd 1'onn sylvauia avenue, on the Hist instant. Tho following resolution was, on mo tion, unanimously adopted; Whereas Tim Evining Cninc of Waablng ton, I). C, 1ms published Items ot interest to our order e cry bcturday for the pasiflveor nix rnontbe and "praised our Institution lu Its canoriai columns; ineroiore ne it JXtohttt.lluil wo Indorse The CntTia nnd recommend our membership to patronize tho name. Tho election of ofllcers was postponed until the next meeting. Blessrs, J, J. Coulter, W. S. Martin and W. II. Slarcho preappointed a commit tee to wait on tho Commissioners In re gard lo granting liquor licenses. 'Want tho Election 1)111 l'nmcil, At n meeting of tho S. M. Cullom Na tional Republican Association, held last night at 603 Eighteenth fetrect northwest, n committco was appointed to present a petition to ilia Sennto In favor of tho i'cdcral Elections bill. Resolutions wera adopted stating the displeasure of tho as sociation at thu displacement of tho Elec tions bill for other measures, and com mending Senators Cullom and Spooner nnd other Senators for their efforts In be half of tho hill. A resolution was ulso adopted expressing hopes that Senators Ingalls and lllalr would bo ro-clcctcd, and thanking Senators Wilson nnd lllalr for their ninny cffoits In behalf of Southern Republicans. He Denied Ton Much.' Thomas Howard, a colored man, was beforo Judgo Miller this morning charged with carrying concealed weapons. 1'ollco Officer Fenter and several other witnesses testified t lint Howard nad n loaded re volver in his possession and that ho handled it very carelessly. When asked wliut ho had to say iu his own behalf Howard tried to convlnco tho Juilno that bo never owned n revolver and that ho had never Been or been acquainted with a singles witness who appeared on the stand. "You aro denying too much," said Judgo Sillier, "and, wlillo I was some what In doubt before, I am Bulllciently well aalislk'd now to lino you WO." Hunt Down for an Aaauult. Edward Dell, an old colored man, w.w sent to tho workhouse this morning for having committed un assault upon Olllccr Jctt of tho Seventh l'rccluct. Tho olllccr said how Dell had struck nt him with n heavy chain, and then went into tho back yard and procured an ax, which he threatened to strike him with. Hell, with tears in his eyes, appealed for leniency, hut Judgo Miller told him that (bo assault was an aggravated one and that tlicro was no excuso for it. Try Dcrlcrlcy. Xot Long at Liberty. Oiticer Herdo of tho Second 1'rctint ar rested Thomau Duller last night and locked him up at tho ttnllon. Tom mado his es cape from tho workhouse gang yesterday afternoon while thov wcro at work on the corner of Fourteenth and E streets. He ventured back to his home, when tho olllit-r captured him. Derkelcy is ptuo. Inritril to Attend llin i In mulct. A committee of tho Sons of tho Kovolu lion, Including General Drcckenridgo, I'lofcu-or Goode, General Doyntou and 1'rofcsor McDonald, waited on the l'resldint ycilcrday and invited him to nlltr.d it banquet given to-night in honor of the formal organisation of the order. Dcikelcy puro ryo whisky. l'iilut Dealers Assign Ait iMdgnmcnt has been mado by Geo. W luicy and Georgo Ij. Ijicy, dealers In paints, oils and glass, at 1712 Fourteenth flreet northwest, for tho bcnellt of their cu'dltors, to Wm. K, Duliamel, trustee tl licr gallon, 61 per quart, 603. a pint. Hopper to Aiunlour Actors. An oyitir nipper will be given this evening nt tho "Raymond" on Capitol Hill to (ho participants in tho perform mice of "Esther" at Lincoln Sluslu Hall on November ! last. Tharp, 616 l'ttroct northwest. fiOCALL'ALKS. Wlmt l'crsom, I'romliienl nnd Other wise, rind In Interest Them. Hnlik Klin ood There Is nil nt tor who played hero a few w ccks ngo that goes on periodical sprees, and as it t'onsciiucnco Ids manager keens tho strictest watch on all his movement, forn led-paiut sympo sium bv his star means a loss of many hundred. One morning the company arrived hero from New York and tho star got out of the train and was im town In a well-known saloon drlnkliut brandy and coda beforo the manager discovered that ho was missing. However tho actor showed up at rehearsal and tho manager's fears were quieted. That night after tho performance the two strolled in tho very saloon tho actor had isltcdiu tho morn ing. The manager stepped up to the bar nnd asked the attor what ho was going to take. Tho latter, without changing n musne, said to the bartender, who dropped lo the situation in n moment, "The sumo as 1 had Ibis morning." "Yen, sir," rcullcd the handler of decoctions; and lie placed on Ihccoiintcrnsparkllng glass of seltor wider. The manager falrlygasticd with astonishment, but tho clc cr ncling of tho two deceivers convinced him, niul a smile of gratification spread over the mana gerial face. Tho next day the bartender received a hnndsoino diamond scarf pin, accom panied by n note, which said: "Tho great Talleyrand once tald that lying withsomo ptnpfo was nu art and nn accomplishment; with others It wastlegradcd and vulgarized. You, my friend, belong to tho former class." Stnjor SI. 1. Caldwell Capitalists nro seeking Investments lu the South, and Georgia is petting her full share of money going Into Southern States. The man who Invests his money In propertySouth has n good Investment. Tim Sullivan Tho forco In the Govern ment 1'rlntlng Olllcc engaged on night work will rcccIvothcircxtralMporcenlum to-day or to-morrow, and you can buy iiool.s on tho fact thnt they feel good over it. tome ol the men win gel as mucii as J1C0. W. S. Crown The people of Washing Ion arc the best marketers In the world, and It dots not take but a little time to wait on it customer. They know what they want before leaving home, nnd when they get to market they mnke their pur chases nnd depart. Another thing K they keep posted on priics and there is no troublo iu dealing with them. William II. Ilrowcr I think nn excel lent scheme for tho Improvement in the pcsilton of tho clcctrio lights would be to tuspeud them in tho centre of a wire stretched across the streets from poles on opposito sides of thostrect. In the enso ot meets which aro heavily wooded nnd tho loungo ODEtructs tuo proper uistriounon of the rays of tho electric lamp, this would remove tho obstruction in a measure and permit tho light toshlno up and down tho streets. This plan is used with much suc cess in several cllles, and has but low drawbacks. It would, I think, provo of great convenience to pedestrians, and cer tainly would bo advantageous to tho equestrians, and, moreover, would hardly bo dangerous no moro so than tho ordi nary wires. As it stands now tho tree3 obstruct tho light, and as tho former cer tainly cannot bo removed, I think this nlan might bo used as an etneriment. nnd would go n good way toward solving tho problem of lighting. Lieutenant Amiss I want to tell you one thing, and that l.s that wu have lot.sof cranks to contend with in carrying out our duties as lieutenants of tho precincts. Only this morning Major Moore received n postal card from a man who says that his residence is at tho corner of Ninth and I streels, which was referred to mo. This man writes that ho wants tho 1'ollco De partment to compel some 12-year-old boys who live In his nelgIOorhood to slop drum healing and horn blowing. They ho o kept It up, he says, over since Christ mas, and be thinks it is about time it was Mopped. Ho ecn Insinuates that some one is going to get Into troublo unless the children aro locked up or moved out of tnni section oi me city. Thomas K. Gray Hurled. Tho Into Thomas K. Gray was buried yesterday afternoon from the SIctropoll tan Church. Rev. Samuel Rodgcrs, 1). D., of tho SI. E. Church South, of Haiti more, n former pastor, conducted the services, assisted liy licv.UeorgolI.uoroy, 1). D., of tho Metropolitan Church. Tho quart etto choir of thoMctrnnolltan Church rendered npjiroprlato music. After tho sen Ices were concluded tho remains wcro temporarily interred In tlic.rccclvlnir.vauU and will bo subequcntly placed in the family lot at Greenwood. The Grand Lodge, Columbian Encampment, No. 1, and Columbia J-odgc, No. 10, I. 0. O. F.. and n delegation from tho Oldest Inhabltantswcroprcscnt. Rudolph Eichorn and James A. Wincberger wcro rail-bearers on the part of tho Oldest In habitants' Association, W- W. Moloney. E. C. Grttniley, A. J. Donaldson and Georgo Z. Colison represented tho Odd Fellows and G. AW Gray audO. E. Durlow the Metropolitan Church. lluinuno Hoeloty Kloct OlUccrs. Tho annual meeting of tho Ilumano Society was held last night and ofllcers were elected as follows: A. S. 1'ratt, presi dent; i lec-prcsldonls, Judge Arthur Slac Arthur, W. 11. Webb, ltov.lt. It. 8h!niicn, Sirs. William K. Chandler, Sirs. A. L. llarlicr, II. b'. mount, llev. T. H. Hamlin, Rev. Wm. A. Dartlett, Mrs. Florence Slur ray, J. II. T. Tuppcr, Mrs. Hugh McC'itl loch, Sirs. E. 0. Halliday and II. Sidney Everett; corresponding secrctorv, Walter S. l'rott; recording secretary, Sliss SI. A. 1'cet; financial secretary, Sirs. II. D. F, SIcFarland; treasurer, 13. SI. Truell; exe cutive committee, Sirs. A. J, Chipman, J. 11. T. Tunpcr. Sirs. Florenco Slurrav, SIlss Harriet Lorny, Sirs. T. II. Hood, Sirs. II. 1'. Randolph, II. 11. T. SIcFarland, Sirs. .Martha A. Snell, Sirs. 11. 1'. Slunmack, i,a ir.ti. niAP,.iiAnt. if i.'..ni. rrnt. .'... iiuKu A.,.jitf".ii, -iio. 4-uuiii sul len, Sirs. F. Cairns, II. S. Everett, and thu olllccrsof tho association. Rcpoits sub mitted showed Hint considerable progress had been made during the year. Contributions Aoh ii iinleilged. Tho managers of tho Associated Chari ties acknowledge, with thanks, having re ceived generous contributions of groceries and money from tho pupils of tho Seaton, Abbott, Henry, Morse, Webster, Gales and Arthur schools, and also from the Sunday school children of tho Assembly Presby terian Church, St. Paul's Lutheran Church and tho Ninth-Street Presbyterian Church, Also of generous contributions from the Reform Lutheran and Metropolitan Pres byterian Churches of Capitol Hill. Aniultted by tho .Tury. In tho caso of Maxwell Payno, a colored man, tried yesterday In tho Criminal Court for committing a criminal assault upon n llltlo colored girl named LIUIo Lord, the Jury this morning returned a crdltt of not guilty. Tho case was sub mitted to tho jury yesterday nftornoon, nnd the Jurors, falling to come ton decision, wcro Im ked up over night, undthls morn ing rendered the verdict mentioned. Olllccr Installed. Tho following odlccrs of tho Pioneer Council, No. CO, United States Denovolent 1'rnlcrnlty, liaut been installed; It, II, Schwicknidl, president; J. Sellnger, vice president; L. llehrcnds, treasurer; SI. Co hn, ilnnuclttl secretary; J. L. Endcrle, secretary; (I, K. Flnckel. guide; L. Hell hruu, warden; S. Oppcnhchuor, sentinel, and D. P. AVolhauptcr, modlcd examiner. OMtOIH Klcctcit. Tho followlns officers wcro clecteil ye? tcnlay by the South Washington Ileal instate Improvement anil Iiircfetmcnt Com pany; Charles II. Jlaker, president; Big muiul J. llloclc, vlco president; Samuel Herman, treasurer; Philip r, I)wyi or. tccrttar; ltobert i y, nnd 31. J. Colbert. I'. , H.iuor. (VNclll. George W. Hmlthson and George Vonolff, directors ltcnvy Damagi-ii Wuntcil. Patrick A, McAnllo has, liyJ. C, Mar bury, brought suit against Lawrence Cou ncil, for $10,000 damages for alleged per mancnt Injuries received In being thrown from tho defendant's wagon on Junu ' last. Jlen'u, Youths', Hoys' and Children' 1 Clothing will go (for one wctlr. only) at a discount of 'Jo per cent. KUeuuu tiro J , 7th and K. THE NI'.W CA11M! ROAD. President Hurt Appeiir lleforo tho.Soii nto District Siiti-Conmiltlee. President Hurt and General John 0. Pnrko of the Washington nnd Georgetown Railroad argued with Senator SIcMlllInn Monday afternoon lu favor ot tho pro posed change In tho roiito of the road. Tho curves around tho Garfield statuo nronclng problem to tho company In laying tho new cable, and they desire to iitneilythc matter by running tho road up north 11 street and across the cast front nl the Capitol, which plan docs not seem to meet with much fnor, 'Ihc company also requests permission lo extend lbs tracks tip Fifteenth street from Now York nvenuo lo I street, and thenco down I street to Fourteenth street. Tho change In route Is done to keep the line ft om conlllctlug with Hie Metropol itan Railroad tracks on Fourteenth street, hclncm New York avenue and 11 street. This tilnn ha also met with opposition by the property-owners residing on I street. Tho company's request lo extend llio line In Georgetown to tho Frco Dridge has met with approval, and it is ptobablo that they will no allowed to avoid tho ftmcsnt Twenty-sixth street by crossing theSI-sticct bridge, which will hnvoto be strengthened to stand tho travel. Tho cott of making this change iu the struc ture is estimated ot ?7fi,0UU. JENNINGS & CO ! 56 East Tenth Stroot, 1r&-w IZTojoIs: Will Onen Their OH JANUARY 12, 1891, AT E, Arlil laia-at A New Departure. Wc are pleased to inform the public that we arc now prepared to make anything iu the SHIRT AND UNDERWEAR Line. Wc have been so for tunate as lo secure the serv ices of the expert shirt cut ter, Mr. C. W. HUTCHIN SON. He was for fifteen years employed by the lead iucf 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. Especial attention given to REPAIRS of all kinds, and we solicit YOUR TRADE. Should you desire, we will CALL and TAKE YOUR MEASURE. Goods Called for and Delivered. MiLLER'S (Successors to ULLIittY & CO.) Ladies' and Geutlemon's Onltora, Eighteenth Street and Pa. Ave. O. W. IIUTOIIINSON, Manager ot BlilrtDepaitmcnt. P. S. Eopooial attention la glvon to LADIES' SHIRTS and MUSLIN UNDERWEAR to or der. Also roady-mado, AH grades. Ladlos In attondanoo. Tor IniproTcd nuil economic cookery. Ute It for Houps, Sauced, Mado Dialled (Claino, l'l.b, etc.) The purttt meat pro paratlun, Contain) no added salt, Jl cheaper nnd ot liner Company's Iw or than any other Ktock, OF BEEF. Ono pound equal to forty pound, of lean beet ot the value or7.60. 7 t flcnulno AXS2vaWlth .Jiutiu only I) vnu l j as shown, 1 Jonll in To Begin Monday, January 12, at 8 a. m, GREAT CLBABING- SALE OF Heavy-Weight Suits and Overcoats, NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE. "Wo tiro dotormlnod to oloao out all Wintor Garmonts boforo tho soason is too far ticlvaiicotl. Prlcoo.aro roduood to ONE-HALF ACTUAL VALUE. All $8, $10, $12 Suits and Overcoats reduced to 54.00. All $15, $18, $20 Suits and Overcoats reduced to 8.00. All $22, $25, $30 Suits and Overcoats reducod to 12.50. All $3, $4, $5 Pants reduced to $1.75. All $5, $7, $8, $10 Pants reduced to $5. Boys'and Children's Suits and Ovorcoat s Down to Half Price. Remember, New York Clothing House, OITE3 PEIOB, 3X1 Sovonth Stroot Northwost, Whlto Bulldluff, Wo oloso at 7 p. m. Saturdays, 1 1 p. m. THE MOMENTUM ENGINE, MANUFACTURED BY THE American Energizer Manufacturing Co. XjiXELitOCL, 1416 F STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. O. Works at Benning's, D. 0. Tho Samo Horso-Powor for Ono-Tonth of tno Ooal. Estimates fitrnlshod for this Engine or Momentum Enqrarlzor, vrhoroby In. rtnn Hon TClnnt.r1nlt.tr fhr T.ICThtlnCr and enRlno, maklni m tim ll.li nrtat. mnrnttr find Dvnnmoa. without iislnir any moro fuel, ana BMng tncroaaea rouuna in laoreo-power for tho steam evaporated Infringers Will O-a-S STOTES For Heating Bath Rooms, Bed Rooms, Halls, Libraries, &c. ALSO STOVES FOIl HATTERS, TAILORS, CONFECTIONERS, TINNERS, &c, &c. Washington Gaslight Company, 411-413 Tonth Stroot North west. I Twelfth and P Sts. N. W DAILY CALENDAR or BARGAINS. TO-I3-a."2". Tho Entlro Lino of Our 25c. and QOo, Editions at 19 C. Thete books comptlio a great many author, and tho reason tor. this aacrlflco U that wo need tho aluablo loom they occupy tor Spring Goods. The Combination, Twelfth nna P Streets N. W. Kaufman & Sickle. EVANS' DENTAL PARLOUS, 1217 Pa. are. n. r. Teeth extracted innnttlveltf wlthnut pain or danger by our uaiuiosa araiem a harmless oge. table vanor. In usa by us only. Its cfTecla are pleasant and trana tent. Arllflclal teeth, crown and bridge work t reasonable prices. Jaltt a ,adtf"?&W BjWKFgQp tntr put( Drosnr.t Donor t.hn nrlrn nt TV .tlncr in the Enor&lzor Be Prosecuted. nOTKLS AND ltliSTAUItANTS. -a-EW VOIIK BUl'FKT, 405 TENTH STHEET N. W. Beat ana Purest Llquore In tho City. Im. ported Ulgara. JAMES II. COSTELLO, rroprletor. fcS700 mill! EDMTT, WASHINQTON, 1). O. Army mid Navy Headquarter!. Tour Iron Flro EecnpcB. TERMS-J3 and (I Tcr Day. ILLAHDS 1IOTKL," WASHINGTON, D. C, O. O. STAPLES, Late of Thoutand lei. Home, Proprietor. OT, JAMES' HOTEL, EUROPEAN PLAN, Sixth street nnd Pennsylvania avenue. L.-WOODBUHY, Proprietor. ilUJllE Grand, Upright and Squaro PIANO -FORTES. Special Attention ot Purchasers Is In vited to Our "NEW ARTI8TIO STYLES," Finished lu Designs ot 'HiailEST DECORATIVE ART, PIANOS FOR RENT. 8ccond-IIand Pianos at All Prices, Wm. Knabe &. Co., 017 Markot Spaoo. USB CERES, STEKL1NO, MINNEOLA, GOLDEN HILL. XiOTJK, And you will always havo beautiful liroiul, Holla nnd Blsaultu. Wholesale Depot, Cornor First Stroot and Indiana Avonuo. WM. M. GALT & GO. E8 A525 Tim ohi,y corns TOU INQROWINQ NAILS, A Ibittlva Aprctte. OUltli GUAHANTltEO or money refunded. At alt Hlioo uud Drug atorct ormalleil 011 receipt ot price 8)5 Coat. CHAS, H. R&E4, PhlUila PUmOSQS. US1I 1 CERES If UA1IK. JVkW WASHINGTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY AllTlSTb' PAlKXJUtH' 8 VVl'Tjir.S. OHO. HTNEAI,. Jn.. m 7th at. n. w. I'llICD A. SCHMIDT, MM flth at. riuNciHMiLi.nit,aov70tiiBt.n. w. HI1AKAHAN. 1IKILI.Y & CO., toll Pa. are. II. M. llltOUN. lSJSTtliat, o. o. ninai.Es. nco nth st. n. w. JAMES M, UPDOES A bON. Wi Pa are. AltVJimWTH. JAS. 0. HILL, Corcoran Building. astiq vi: rtmxiTVJiv. A. P. ZlMMltlt.V iN. 410 Oth at. AUOXIOXKBKS. DHNCANSON DKOS.. oor. Oth and D at. jmw iH'.ALr.ns. EDWAni) 8. RC'HMim',317 12th at. n. W. t. IIAHTUltECUT, 1133 7th at. v vi t. nvns' a vvvi.ivs. JAS. II. McOILL, 008-14 0 at n W. juiEWiins. TABST BRKWINO CO . 701 5 North 0 nt. DEHUNEltENM;rn!tKr.(JO.,Va.aT.&!tll ANh'linuSUU-DUSClI BIIEW. Abb'N, Del. and Vr. aro. JULIUS KISBNIlKIsa.Sth and I.stj.s.o.,Wp.B. H. O. l'AI.MRlt, 15-!tl I) at. a. w. T1IK NATIONAL IIHKWINO CO.,3tCth n. W. HAKTIIOUIMAV llTtUW CO, R03 llthat n w. WABH'N BIlKWEllY CO., Tolcpnono 1WJ. jivrrvxs. It. B. KinKWOOD. I4M O St. n. w. IIUMP1IHKYS. 415 131 h at. n. w. CAUL HRUIIICH. 417 lOthat. n. vt. 11011 IIOLTZMAN, 1113 N.Y. avo. J. II HUSKULL. 13M E at 11. W. LEW NEWMRYEIt, Oth and Ta. BT0. O, V. B1IIVEI1. COS Pa. avo. D. IIAOEHTY, 1S03 1'x aro. ji.i ici:ns. J. It. ItEISlNOKIl. 1018 18th ot. n. w. JOHN hTEINLB, COO E. Cap. St. ECHNEIDEH, 413 1 at. II. W. llOTTTjVlia. S. C. TALMEP. 1J3I SOth at. nw. THE AHLINQTON BOT, CO., S7tll and K n.W. jiVTTj'.n, oiiuvsr. axd i:aas. JAS. F. OYSTEIt, Pa. tlTC. and Oth St. JWTOJMltS. A. LOEFFLTtn. CIOS Contro Market. TIIOS. T. KEANE 40 to 61 Centre Market. .1.11. BUSCIIBK, tS9 to Ml Ccntro Market. KDW. BltOOKK, 031-33 Centre Market. OTTO O. ItUPPBIlT, 01-03 Contro Markot. A. J. IHLBY, 557-58 Centre Markot. JIIOTOTjUS, GEO. B. ATWATEH A CO. 1421-1420 Pa. avo. OVERMAN WHEEL CO, 715 13th at n w. hoots, siioits axd JiunvEns. J. H. MOHAN. 434 Oth St. A. L. HAZLETON, 423 7th St. M. STRICKLAND, 039 Pa. are. GEO. w. men, 717 Market Space. 110 WELL A MURRAY, 000 7tli at. IJ. W. JOHN C. WILLES, Jr.. 018 7th St. n. W. L. IIBIT.BRUNS,4l7th st.n. W. J. BOOL, Onn ITIco Shoo Honao.7S97th St. NATIONAL HOTEL SHOE BTOHB,490Fa.ay. 11. WALKER TUCKER, 1933 Pa. are. JOS. A. ltEPETTL 317 Pa. are. s. o M. GRBENBAUM.3t31 M St. B. IUCH A SON, 1323-4 7th nir. J. J. GEORGES A BON, 1115 Pa arc UAXKEJIS. HinOS A CO.. Fa. aro. and lEth at. LEWIS JOHNSON A CO., 10th nnd Pa, aTO. COBf ON A MAOAItTNKY, 1410 F at. BATEMAN A CO., 1411 F at. n. w. WM. MAYBE A CO., 510 Oth St. WOODS A CO.. 11C0 F St. II. vr. LEWI8 G. 1EWK6BUHY A CO., 1335 F. JIAX1CS. CENTRAL NAT. BANK. 7th st. and Pa. avo. SECOND WATIONAL.500 7thHt. n.W. COI UMBIA NATIONAL. Oil F St. n. w. NAT. HANK REPUBLIC. 7th and D sts. FARMERS' A MECH.'aNAT..cor.Mand31st. JIOOKHHLZJSHH AND HTATIOXEHS XT. H. LOUDERMILK A CO., 1431-28 F. WM. BALLANTYNE A SONS, 438 7th St. A. K. WILLIAMS, 531-2.1 7th St. n. w. W. II. MORRI80N.133I F4t . CHAPMAN A TAYLOR, 015 ra. ave. nw. EAbTON A RUF, 431 1Kb st DW. COXTJtACTOltS. LITTLEFIELD A ALVOIU), SOth and D Cts. C Alt VET QT.VASmia, EMPIRE STEAM, 031-5 Mass aro. F. II. YOUNGS, 140J Pa ayo n vr. CAXovir.a axu awxixos. M. O. COPELAND, 400 llth st nw. CAaic itjsaisTJUis. NAT'L CASH REGISTER CO, 10th A E Bts nw. CAllVEXTlUta AXlt Jl UILVVltS. ALEX. MILLER, 1215 Ohio avo. DAMBY A DAVIS. 1330 15th st n W. V. A. LANGLEY, 310 13th st n w. cai,. rrixjsa axd iiiiaxdiks, TO KALON WINE CO., 014 llth St. oojianr coiiitiwioit. M. C. WUELAN, 1003 F st. OAXJillElta. F. FRKUND, 702 Olh St. n. W. D. J. WEYMAR, 1K1 14th St ALEX. FOHTIN, 1038 17th st n W. LOUIS CHAPINS, 174 1 L st n W. GRAY A I1RO.. 1703 L st n w. MAISON RETTI, I103-12Connavo. v jjOTjriisiis, VIOTOnE.ADLER.027-97thnw,oor.Mass.av. M. KAUFMAN, cornor 8th and I sts. so. I. II AMBUKGER A BON8. 031 Pa ave. N.Y.ONE-PHICB CLOTHING, 811 7th St. n.W. GOLDEN EAGLE CO., Sll Pa. ave. 8. o. XT. NORDLINOER, 3107 M St. n. w. U, RICH A SON, 1333-4 7th nw. cAttttiAora. ANDREW J. JOYCE'S SONS. Wareroonw, 1028-80 Conn, avo.; Faotorv, 412-18 14th nw. XT. V. GEYEIt, 400 Pa. ave. Also harness. 110HH5 AND CAltUIAQE BAZAR. 033-13 La. McDEltMOTT A BRO., 310 Pa. avo. n. W. 8. J. MKEK8. No. 031 O st n w. WILLIAM WALTER'S SON, llth and Cstsn W COOK A .TABOR. 8303-0 M at. A. H. GREGORY, N Y avo and Oth st, COXFEOXIOXEBa AXD 0AEE8, J. FUB8ELL, 1425 N. Y. ave. T.JARVI8,430 0that. MNKE A BUDD. 610 Oth at. CHAS. F. FLEISCUMANN, 1410 Pa. ave. CAFES. TEMPLE HOTEL. Oth St., op. U. 8. Pat. OfflOO. TUB NEW ENGLAND CAFE. 618 Oth St. ELKS' DINING ROOMS, 030 Pa. avo. O OA FEO XIOXElta. M. BRILL. 417 Oth st. Wholesale. It. II. E. DEUHRING, 6ii nth st. Wholesale FIELDING A CO., 457 Pa. aro. GILL'S. 1429 V 6t. HUItKTZ A CO., cor. 10th nnd F sts. n. w. BRESNAHAN A CO.. 410 7th St. 11. w. F. NBWTON, 1730-41 Pa. ave. n. w. EMMBRTB, 410 7th at. n. w. A, QUTBKUNST, 1S3I 14th st. n. W. DIA310XDS, JACOBS BROS., 1229 Pa avo. DECJOllATOie. nENRY F. REU, 830 12th nw. dey a 00 ds. JOHN n. 8MOOT. 314 1 M st. W. M . snUSTER A SONS, 010 Pa. avo. LANSBURGH A BRO., 430 to 430 7th St. n, W. BEATON PERRY. Pa. aro. nnd 0th st. TIIOS. J. LUTTR ELL, 1930 Pa. avo. JOHNbON ALUTTlini.L.713 Market Spaco. T.HElNHAHDT,010 7thst.n.w. B. J. PIS11EL. llrt) Pa. uvo. GEO. V. II ARBIN. 319 Pa. avo. 8. 0. B. D. BURL'H A CO., 1508 7th at. nw- bTBRN'H DRY GO IDS HOUSE. 001-0 7th n. W. W. D. CLARK A CO., 811 Markot Bpaoo. GEO. COMBS. 1013 14th at. n. w. CRAIG A J ACKhON, 3140 M st . n. W. 8. F. SMITH, 3120 M at. n. W. IIBBMAN'8 EMPORIUM, 333 7 41 st 8 w. M KOHNEIt A BRO. 113$ 7th st U W. Dnuaoiaxa. FRANK P. WELLER, 751 8th St. 7., D. CULLMAN. 637 Pa avo. T. E. OORAM, 1211 Pa. VO. SAMUEL T. BTOTT, National notol Bulldlns HOMEOPATHIO PHARMACY. 1007 II at. OEO. A. BENTLEY, llth and Corcoran sts. G. M. SOTHORN, a. 0. oor. 53d and O std. n. W, HEM81IURO A ELLIOTT, 1008 14th Bt. n. W, W. I. BRACK, 80th and M sta. n. w. OOIimsTIANI.431 Paavo. OOO SIMMS, cor N Y avo and Ittb St. JOHN It MAJOR, 800 7th st 11 W. DYEUS AND 80OVJCHU8. J. J. FISI1HR A CO, 830 F at u w. BRIQaS' N.Y.8TEAM DYE HOUSE, 7090th St. J. BIRKNER. Ill ft st 11 w. Established 1851, It. A. REEVES. 814 K St. nw. ANTON LEIIOII, 1205 N Y avo. MME TAULELB. 015 14th st It W. J. J. FISlIElt A CO,. 830 V st n W. toUXaEAVEJia M ZITUOMlAVUEKa, j. h. KKiiHAiiu. 1013 pa avo, GEO. HAAS, Jr. 1200 Pa avo. A. B. GRAHAM, 1230 Pa avo 11 W. ELEOTXIV I.lOllT OOXTEAOXOUS ROYCE A MAREAN, 1403 Pa, ave. J, II, KUBHLING, 1200 Pa. avo. J. U.UUHKBTACO., 1409 N. Y.avo. WASH'N CONSTRUCTION CO, 099 12th St. ETOJiixu.s, ExauArsxua,Exa, MCELROY'S ART 8TOHE, 1003 Pa. avo. XT, u. vebruoff, 1221 Pa. avo, and ill and 4iOTthtt.n.w gsi VJ.OVJl MILLS. riONEKK FLOUn MILLS. A. 11. CltOPLBY, rLomsTH. XT, B. FISHKn, 1 145 1'n nTO n w. J. 11. SMALL, mil nnd U its. n. W. N. STUDEIt, 010 F at, n. w. A, OUD1C IU IJItO., 1112 F at n W. A. (lAItl)ER, 1108 Conn avo n Vt. a BTltAUBS CO , 4(13 s Certro Market. Til EODOJU; UUIDItlCK, WJ7 F it. irim: ixavnAxoji convanii:s. FIP.EMIiN'8 INH. CO., 7th at. and La. nyo. COLUMBIA FI1IE INH. CO., 1410 Fat, n. W. COI1C01IAN nun WH. CO., COt llth at. n, W. NAT. UNION FlltU INS. CO.. Oil La. avo. LINCOLN FII1S INS. CO., 409 Bth at. POTOMAC INS. CO., 1810 SA at n W. rEOPLK's nun insuhanue co. ot; d. ;o., 813 l'a avo o. riMvn, jvjwn axi hay, McHOWELL & SONH, N. CAn. nnd Maaa aro. WASH'N FLOU1I FKKO C0.4th at Vaavo. THOMAS W McKNEW, 1113 0 at n W. II. 1). COCIIItAN, 1S17 14th st n W. fihii, orsrmis axu i'ovt.tiiy. It. A. GOLDEN, 333 0 Ccntro Market. rovxitrus'. . EN OltAY &CO, Mo nve, bet Id A 4 ati. POTOMAC I HON WOllItS, 310S Water at n w. WM. II. DOUULAU, 131SI) st n W. FVUXITVIIU. WIHIDEMAN A CO., 010 18th at. Tol 07-S. TUOS. 1). HIN()LETON,4l57th St. W. II. 1IOEKE. 801 Markot Bnaco. W. II, IiniKIIITON A CO., 1318 Fat. II. O. TOWLEH, 1007 Pa. avo. HUGO WOltCII A CO., 034 7lh at. 1 1. BUHK II A BDT A r Oil. 101315 7th St. BACHKOMID A MYRRS. K07 7th St. HOUSE A IIEltHMAN.OlT-IJTthBt.n.W. BOUSE A CO., 1033 7th n. w. S. K.liltowN A bon, cor. SOth and Pa. avo II. J. LAUNT, 1837 llth St. D. W. this riXTvitr.s. BCHULTZ, Gas Fixtures, 1313 F St. n. w. B. B. 8HRDD A B110 . 433 Oth C.W. l'lumblnff. C. A. MUDDIMAN, 014 13th St. n. W. E.F. llltOOK8.531 lCllmw, inwcr.nsviioLr.aAT.u, 3. 0. EUG00D A CO.. 015 La. nve. J. L. BAHBOUlt A BON, OHIO Pa. are. llILLACO.G3-JLa. avo GEO OFUTT.tCC011MstnW. IUCH ABD A CO. 028 Pa are uw. OliOOJSllIXS. JACKSON A CO., C30 Ta axo. J. 8. J1KDMAN. Oth and La. &T0. N. XT. DURCIIF.LL, 1S23 F St. n. W. J. K. CLEABY. 525 llth at. n. w. ELPHONfiO YOUNGS CO.. No. 433 Oth St. n.W. HUME A CO., 807 Markot Space. B. MAURICE CROPLEY, Slat and M sts. W. H. BROWN, SOth st. and Ta. avo. A. O. WHIOBT, 1033 14th St. U. W. .TNO. P. LORE, 1531 llth St. II. W. II. W. OFFUTT A CO., 82d and N sts.n. W. H.n. ELLIOTT. 1530 14th St. w. A.IIE1TMULLB1M333 14tll st.n. W. TIIOS KNOWLE8, 1204 S2d St n W. 8 H WATER8. 1342 7th at n w. F M WALKER, 023La BTO J 11 BHYAN A BRO, COS Pa avo. OEO O KENNEDY A SONS. 1209 F at n W. BROWNING A MIDDLETON, 010 Pa avo T H WAI.KEK A CO, 040-50 La avo. A GAEGLU A CO, IStO 7th St. NHBI1KA. 032 Pa avo. XT K ABBOTT, 1721 Pa avo n W. Q. PES8AONO A SONS, 8u3 Oth at. Italian. JIVStAX JTAIll JUSALIUI. J. BOCHON, 012 14th st. n. w. 8. HELLElt, 720 7th n. W. lioxr.T.a. WILLARD'S nOTEL, Pa avo and llth Bt n W. THELAND'S HOTttL, Pa avo and 14th Bt. NOltMANDIE, lBth nnd 11 sts. ARLINGTON HOTEL, Vt. avo. and IT St. WKLCKER'S. 18lh at. hot N Y avo and H sts. AHKO. 10th and 1st nw. EBBITT nt)USE. 14th and F sts. METROPOLITAN noTEUTaavoandCth Et. WORMLKY'S, lth and H sts. n. w. CONGRESSIONAL HOTEL. Capitol mil. NATIONAL HOTEL, Pa avo and Oth st. BT. JAMES HOTEL, Pa avo and Oth St. THE HAMILTON. 14th and K st n w. THE BELVEDERE. Pa avo and 3d St. jioxj;za axd JtKSTAUJtAxxa. MORGAN HOUSE, 82d St., above N. OWEN HOUSE. Pa. nve.. near U.8. Treasury. MT. VERNON HOTEL, 483 Pa avo. n. w. EMM1TT HOUSE, opposite B A O Depot. COLUMBIA HOUSE. 10th and B sts. LANGS (MORGAN nOUSE). 3300 M st n W. jtAjtxxsa axd jtoitsr. auovs. I.UTZ A BRO.. 407 Pa avo. K. KNEESSI'SSON,423 7th, JtAltDWAllK. BARBER A ROES, llth and G sts. F. P. MAY A CO.. 131 Pa. avo. CHAS. T. CARTER A CO.. COO Ta. avo. JAS. B. LAMBIE. 1115 N. Y, are. W. WAGNER, SC7I Pa. avo. F. A. SCHNEIDER, I'll avo and 13th st n W. L. II. FCHNEIDBH'S SONS, 1003-10 Pa avo. J. B. KENDALL, 018 Pa aro. ICE COMVAXIES. TRANSPARENT ICE CO.. S337 Water st. GREAT FALLS ICE CO., 03-1 Pa. avo. INDEPENDENT ICE CO., Pa. av. and 12th Bt JEirET,Eita, " nAitms a snAFER. un Pa. avo. MOORB A LEDING.1109 Pa. avo. A. L. SALTZ8TEIN, Jr., 6057th St. W. 8. TAPPAN. 004 Oth St. W. BRUN1NGER, 039 Pa. avo. J. II. ALBKR'S. 1403 14th St. J. 8. BLACKFORD, 3125 M St. n. W. T. THOMPSON, 3143 51 St. n. W, X,UMllEIt DEAT.EllS. R. J. McLEAN, 13th and B sts. n. w. lt.H.WILLETT',313 Cth St n W, & 13th & B sts n w. ZIME. GEO. J. JOHNSTON, 10J520th'st.n, w. EASIVS. MTJDDIMAN, O. A., 011 12th St. n. w. EAUXDBI. WEST END STEAM LAUNDRY. Tel . 1010-2. CHAMPION 8TEAM LAUNDRY, 1423 Pa avo. SWISS STEAM LAUNDRY, 1833 F St. n. w. YALB STEAM LAUNDRY. 633 lOthst.n.W. DEXTER STEAM LAUNDRY, 491 CBt. n, W. eadies' FViixxamiro uooDa. PALAIS ROYAL, 12th st. and Pa. avo. DOUOLASS A BRO . 613 and 614 Oth st. n. w. MIX ED AT, WAT V118. C. B. SHAFFER A CO., 103 Pa ave. MOXVMEXTAT. WOUKS. GEORGE L BERNER, (lit Mass avo. TIIOS. UEANY, 400-03 Mass avo. arEX'a fuexisjieiss. n. T. MILLER, 18th and Ta. avo. O P BUHDE1TE, 4377th Bt. MAXJCUEE AXD OUUIOVODIST, MME. PAYN, 703 15th Bt. n. w. KBNISON A hONS. 418-13 12tll St. n.W. U.1I.I, SVVVX.IES, EDW. CORBETT, 430 Tn. avo. MAOEXXISTS AXD EXQXXEEHa, BnEniERD a hurley, sot 12th st. K N GRAY A GO, Mo ave, bet 3d A 41 Bts. MA11KET8. PHILADELPHIA, W. II. Coleman A Co., Conn ave and K st. CANNON A CUANULEB, "Homo." llth audi sts. TARRAGUT," J. O. Fearaou A Bon.1010 Kst CIHCLB," 8. II. OWYNNE, Vt aro and Lst. FRED. GIIEKN, 1038 Pa. avo., "Brighton." It. I. MEADER. cornor bth and I sU. so. J. II. CROWN, 153211th at. n. ws "Excelsior." COTTAGE MARKET, 818 1 Ith st. n. w. V. J. TIBIllCTti, 1037 Conn avo.. "Falaoo." II. W. FI81IBR A SON, 83d and N sts n w. ARLINGTON, Arucdell A Fairfax. 13th A L. MEKdlTAXT TAlLOlta, n.D.DARn,lItlPa.avo. I., k. devendorf, iuo Pa. nvo. W. II. CRANSTON. 1430 Pa. UVO. J. A. GRlE8BAUEIt,45 Oth St. n.W. II. KOPPEL. 1J89 llth st. n. w. OWEN, cor 10th st and N Y avo n w. J. II. W'lLSON, 2333 M st 8NYDER A WOOD. !3 llth St. HARBAN A BENNETT, 1119 NYaronw. MAXTI.E8, TJX.ES, FVKXA0E8. nAYWARD A HUTCIIINSON, 431 Oth Bt. MXXtX.lXEHY, r.TO. J. 0. nUTCHINBON. 007 P,1. avo. LONDON BAZAR, 715 Markot Spaco. THE BON MARCHE. 310 Jth st.n. W, MRS. P. EMIIICH. 8110 M St. II. w, A. M. FIBI1EL, 8131 Mst.n. W. B. COHEN, 523 llth stnw. MIL1XAHY AXT SOCIETY GOODS, H.N. MEYER, 022 7th St. OYSTEJt DUAL 1UC8, EDWARD WERKR 12th and IS stsn W. KINGSLOW bON, 1020-22 Mat ovxioi.ixa, FRANKLIN A CO,, 127 Ta. ave, II, 11. IIL'MPLRH, 453 Pa. avo. J. 11. BRAMHALL, 807 llth St. P. W. vjioio-x.iTjioou.tvjnuts, TnKNOnniBPBTKRBCO.,4584MI'a avo. VJtlXTEUS, JUDD A DETWEILER, 420-3 ltth st a W, GIBSON IlltOa, 1238 Pa ATO. BF WILKINS, 618 10th stnw. J B TOWLINBON. COB Fst n w. II ti ADAMH13 llth st n w. U J UAKTIN, 901 Q St n W. , WASHINGTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY j'l.vxtnims' svvri.nw. EO SCIIAFKIl.VCO.41l0 1HliatnT. 1IENIIY MrSHANE A CO, fll mil at. T.bUMMEKVlLLB A 80NS,3IO-13tli atnw. l'or.Axn n'ATV.n aojixot, JOHN lIEVWOHTn, Oth and I) t. VI V llAKKHS, THE 1)10 FOUIt. 1137-31 Mdnye. NATIONAL l'lEBAKUKY.KOK Cap at. j'jaxos, tuiu.ixs axu sivaia. KDW. F, imoOP, OJ5 Pa. avo. JOHN F. KM.IM, 037 Pa, avo. nU(IO, WOltCII A CO.. Oil 7th at. F. o. SMITH, li". ra. avo. u. w. vAi'jsnnAxaixaa. OEO. WILLNEn. 450 Oth at. W. it. SPKLPllousE, ioju 7th at. n. vr. JOHNS.! OIIRKN,4'J)lltllBt. A.M. TUBMAN, 1701 Pa. avo. VAvr.it. 0. 0. RTOTT A CO., 818 till St. K. MOHItlSON, WWW I) 8t.n. W. EAbTOS A HUPP, 431 llth at nvr. ji;;.ii r.HTATi:, XT, H. HAUNDEH8 A CO , 1107 F at. n. W. MoLACIILIN A DATCIIl'.LUKIl. 10th AOn.W. (HJHLKY A RTKVENH. 13 F St. U. W. FI1ANCI8 HUPTY. 1301 V at n. w. 8WOHMSTEDT A I1KAIILRY, 0J7 F 6t.n. W. M A BALLINO.br, 1431 F at n w. JITD1XO S011OOT.S. Mr. and Mr. MIDDLETON. 1130 Vor avo. WASHINGTON, cornor Sid nnd P sts. jtnsxA VHAXxa. WM. IIELMUS, 41 1 7th St. n. w. BOSS, 7th st, abovn Pa, are. n. w. HENRY AI.SCHWEBS, 12th and F. AMAN'S.SlOOthst. n. w. OS110I1N A HOB AN, 7th and Q sts. IIAltYEY-8. corner Pa. avo. and llth st. n.w. PATRICK MOOUE, COI Paavo. SAUTTER, 602 Oth n.W. SANDERS, 033 D at. KARSCH'S, 1400 Pcnnaavonw. HKMtY ItAERNRR. 039 Dat. J F JOHNSON. 403 llth st n W. KWAONBR.SlOOthatnw. GEO. F. KOZEL, 1827 14th St. JNO.L BURKAI1T. 10th and Fstsnw. FRITZ RBUTER'8, 41 st and Pa avo. 1IILL1GK8, 1830 ra ave. jivjuum aoova.y. GOODYEAR RUBBER CO., 309 Oth st O. W. H0LME3A CO., 6110th St. 8XA11T,V8. XT F DOWNEY. 1033 28 L at BF McCAULLY, "Tnlly-Ho." 010 and 018Olt. PORTLAND STABLES, 013 and045NYav. J T PRICE A 80N, "National' 807-11 Oth St. J E BERRY, Ebbltt, 13 and 0 sts n w. JAS a BOWEN, 623-29 N Y avo n w. JOHN DCOAN, Markot and Brldgo sts n W. aAsn, jtooita, jilixds, nxa. L. D. STONE. 203 14th St. n. W. amnxo xAciuxra. WM. BTIKBLINO, 1751 Fa avo, Houjobold. sxoxj:. POT. STONE CO., 8230 Water st. a-0.ii' wonna. WEAVER, KENGLA A CO, , 83U Water St. axoriiSti'vnxAaxsAXDiiAxajBa. B. F. GUY A CO.. 1003 Pa. avo. W. o. BERRY, 503 oth at. Also plambtnjr. XT, 11. HAH .HRO VER, 813 7tll St. nw. MIOUTIXQ GOODS. M. A. TAPPAN. 1013 Pa. avo. J. II- KUEHLINQ. 1290 fa. avo. aAi'j; Dvrosix cosivAXina. WASH. SAFE DEP. CO.. 010 Ta. avo. NAT. SAFE PEP. CO., N. Y.avo. and 15th st, fiTOJlAOX WA11BUOVBS. Q. XT. KNOX, Sd and D sts. nw. a Vlt. IXSXll UMVXTS AXD Tit VBSEB CHARLES FISHER, C23 7th St. n. IV. xrvvwiiixEits axd auprEixa. THE REMINGTON, cor Bth A F sts nw. II. A. CLARK A CO, 035 F n W. TEA AXD COTVEn. JOHNSTON BRO'8 A CO. C07-13 N Y ave. RICHARD A CO, 028 Pa nvo. XOX.S AXD 1'AXOY UOODa, CTIR. RUrPERT, 4C3-5 7th st nw. C AVI EE TAKEIta. JOHN B. WRIGHT, 1317 10th st n W. JOS. GAWLKR, 1734 Pa avo. Tolophone, 1JI It. F. HARVEY. 038 Pa. avo. GEO. F. zuitiioltvr, 830 Ya. avo. so. C. F. SISOUHNEY, 1410 14th n W. GEO. W. WISP. S00O M St. JOHN M. MITCHELL, 733 llth n w. JAMES T, CLE5IENT8, 1237 83d St. K. M. BOTELEH. 733 8th St. J. F. BIRCH. 8031 M St. Tolophone, 087-14. J. II. DABNKY, 441 L at. JAS. II. WIN8LOW, 1306 Rst n W. R W BATtKBH, 013 llth at n W. W 8 SlOOliRNEY. 1528 14th at n W. TIIOS. B. NALLEY, 1213 llth Bt. , TAJIIETY SXOKE. TnB FAIR. s. o. cor. 7th and n B's. n. W. BOSTON VARIETY STORE. 705-9 Pa. ave. VEOETAJIZES AXD FltVIXS. OENGEL'flSOK8, 689-01 Ccntro Markot. WIXES AXD EJOU01ia-.WUOEK-BAhE. TnE SnoOMAKER CO., successors toShM maker A Hortzog, 1331-3 E st. n. w. CHRIS XANDER. 00) 7th St. CHAS. KRAEMEK, 737 7th St. JACOB XANDER, 1315 7th St. n. W. M. F. MORAN, S01I M St. n. W. JAB. THARP. 818 F St. n. W. RICHARD A CO. 033 Pa ave. JUJ.SC ELI.AXEO VS. .TNO. SCHORR. 1931 Oth at n W. TI10L. 8. REEDY, 1719 Pa avo n W. PKBST MILWAUKEE USER. .BEST On account of Parity, Ago and Strength. From tho Chotcost Malt and Hops, Especially Good FOR FAMILY USE. lionoflclul for Weak and Debilitated Persons. It Invigorates and promotes dlgostton.glr ng a not ma! tono to the stomaoh and thorob Increasing the appetite. WASHINGTON BRANCH, 703-705 Horth Capitol St ToIepLouo 273. R.S.WIDDICQMBE Manager. jRoslstorod Trada Mark, BERKELEY Pure Rye Whisky (1 u Gallon, $1 n tnart and tOc. a Pint. Jam-yea Ti.a.x,-p3 aia p stroot. dc20-lm BIi:i)ICAL. OHIO'IEBTER'S CNQLIBH PENNYROYAL PILLS- ltc-U O.V w IHumoml liraud Safe, u tlwjirclUti. I,ftJtM k Jmty Vt fur lfUiMond llrBnti! In red t"iIUa UiM,tMit will. Mti rtbUa. 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