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n'uyw,WnpmWiMiiw' mtm'mmntpimw wvNW&MPwuWWwmwnmwmiii impwm '" r,iM4 r I V - rn TIIE 0HIT10, TI1T3.SDAY EVENING, JANUARY 22, 3891. r mt jvgrri!-'tm IA I ' . IK; M es C1TV HI'IIUIAM. JHtidtleii' t'npiilnr Inilnllitient Ilaiiar. To mmtnrntr jour New Year properly ninons I tic ftrt thing von should tin a In put your home In order, nml the iilnce to buy vonr inrnlture to aivo money mm tronlile In John Jtndilrn'a Popular Inatnllmtiit llonn atliM nncl UU Seventh treel iiorlhwct. 'I hero H no nrtlele of household Good hut what cun hn found nt thcie double lnrc-nt the loneat ih prlcri-nn the Installment plan. A amall mh nv-mcnt and the balance to milt the pur iliaarr la other oril, Mate your own tenm mid they Mill bo lumpllcd vvlth. tn'nw Yrnr ltnrBiilin ut Willi Houghton V: J'n.'it Atler Ihe mh nt the holiday trade eomea Ihe natural tcaclluii. limine" In all lia branches U nmro or 1cm Mngnant. and tner (Imnlsnrr nnxlomto keep up their regular Tolnine of trade, and they of eourao offer eitra Inducement In prices to catch tho eagle eye of ill Intelligent and ohiervlng pnrchxera, who lire ctct on the alert for cxtrn alue and bnr j!aln trrs. W. II. Houghton & t'o., at lill nnrt 1321)1' street nnrtlmeM. aro offering for thirty ilaya Jti.t anch Inducements to the pub lic. In any department In their CTcn-tnry building goods will be offered at price that llieetilerprlalng Imjeranf thin cltv will not ! low lo pnsa without nn crtorl to take every nd ant.igcof Hit. TAIiJIAHK liKCTl'IMS. All IlilcrcilliiK Ailcluni liy tlio Cmliiriit Itioottlyii t)lv Ini'i Kcv.T. Do Wilt Tnlningc Icctimvl Inl lilglit nt Lincoln Hull. !ev. Dr. T. N. Hamlin introiluccil lilm in n few com 1 llmcnlnry term'. The lecture wns cliar mtvrMIr oil t lie innii. mul lilt entire riiscnurtu wnt murkcil with Ills origlnnllty oC coiu'ci lion nml llil style of ilcst-rlii-lion. 'I lie mibjitt of Ills lecture wni Inid in the Holy I.iiiul. He miotic of the ad vniuement of railroad interests. 'J'hero vcrctwolocomotlvei running from Juppa lo JertiMilem already, ho. said, mul soon thoistccl nillsulll ramify the entire coun try, nmllhe natives will lie hearing the slioutK of the ticket agent mul experience the oratlom of the thrcc-cnrd inonte men. Already men were planning a hridge ncro!"t llerlng Sc.i, over which jn-ople will go thriiuph Hllierla and to I'lik-stlne. lr. Talmagc earnestly believed that the nineteenth umtury had not absorbed all Ihe wonders of the age. Jerusalem wa a marvelous rlty, villi it wonderful architecture. The reservoirs of that city were Ju.Ua) pcrfict tu-tlay ni they ever vvctc, Ho described the birth-place nf the (lirfctliin religion. Throughout tho two hours which the lecture lasted the audi fine listed vvlth unabated IntereM. Clutrgrs Agnlnit liny llNmlsiiil. Ollltvr Kelly had four young colored men arraigned in tho I'olico Court this morning charged with stone-throw Ing at the Ambush School on Iittreet southwest. They gave their names as Jlenjamlu Wood. Charles Hall, William Mathews and William Lewis. There were eight witnev.es summoned against the defend ants, hut not a sIiirIo one of tlicm could fay positively that any one of tlieni tluew stones. Tho raso was dismissed. .Joseph lltirkc, one of the hoys who was on the stand as n witness, was then placed In Ihcprlsoiicrs' box charged with carry ins concealed weapons. It was shown that the pistol was only a toy invention on which explosive caia were used, and that case was also. dismissed. Totters nt a llnnijiirt. Tlie 1'otters' Convention held Its last tession yesterday afternoon at ,'!:no p. m. The on)y business transacted was tho ap pointment of a committee to prepare ex hibits for the World's I-'ulr. Tho commit tee is as follows: Messrs. J. X. Tuvlnr, J.'ast Liverpool, Ohio; Homer Laiighlln, J!ast Liverpool, Ohio; J. II. Urewcrand James Moses, Trenton, X. J.; II. M. Pear Min, Wheeling, W. Vn.: 1. 1'. Haynes, Jlaltimorc, Aid., mid C. K. JlroLkman, Cincinnati, Ohio. I-ast night the delegates to the conven tion held their annual banquet nt Wil lard's. Among tho Insited guests were: Congressmen lluchanau, New Jersey; Mc Kinley, Ohio; .Cannon, Illinois; Uoutelle, Maine; Taylor, Nineteenth district. Ohio; Superintendent of Census l'ortcr, Mnhlon Chance of tho Tariff League and others. New nli'mbm'K of the Y. 51. Ci Ai rjixtj'iicw members were enrolled at t he regular monthly meeting of the Young Men's Cliristlan Association last night, in creasing iho total number enrolled since Ihe beginning of tho ilK'al year to 403. llxcellent rcjiorts were read from the thirUcii delegates who attended tho re lent State convention nt Anuapollt-, Mil. Mr. 8. A. Tai'gart of the International committee spoke of the wonderful work done by the association in this and foreign countries. Mr. W. II. Wllon toldof tho excellent work accomplished by the three hundred collcgoY. SI.C. A. organizations. A gymnastic exhibition will .."hortly ho given at tho association building, and In vitations are now out for tho event. Oltpniilutloii ir NewniMiper .Mill. There wa-s an enthusiastic gathering of newspaper men of Washington last night In the red parlor of tho Kbbltt House. Tho meeting was held tor the purpose of testing tho sentiment of tho profession vrith'a view lo establishing a press club, nnd both correspondents ami local men sverc represented, Mr. John Miller was tclectcil temporary chairman, and Mr. II. I'. Godwin, secretary. Tho latter read a draft of the proposed constitution. It was referred to a committee, nnd other commutes were also instructed to secure Mtitablc quarters, to report at a meeting to be held no.tt Sunday at I p. in, A vote of lluiik.s to tho managers of tho Klililtt for their courtesy was passed, and tho meeting adjourned. (I. A. 11 Men llnio u lloiiMmiiimlng. If, S. Grant Post, No. IL', had a rousing houscw arming last night in (!. A. 11. Hall. Tho relief corps also participated, and (Jenernl Veazcy, commander-in-chief of Ihe (1. A. 1!., was present, having boon received with u speech of welcome, hv Commander Turner. Ho answered with nn address full of encouraging words. In leicstiug speeches were made hv Mrs. Dennlsou, president of the corns; Colonel Cook, Comrades 1 jiw rente and ilcuil ricks, Mm. Hendricks, nnd Dcpaitincnt Chap lain Ilradford. ColTi'ii ami sandwiches were ben ctl by tho ladies. New Trumps 1'iovlileil With l.iiitgliii;. There was qullo an array of vagrants before Judge Miller this morning, and tho majority of the faces were now ones tu his Honor. .After questioning them quite thoroughly the Court came to the conclusion that they were new tramps In town, and that they wore Just iu well nlT in the workhousoas tliuy wcroupon the xtreets begging. Included In tho list that went to tho farm for sixty days was Charles Wilson, Andrew Taylor, Oeorge .Miirshall, John llurroughs, Minos Itobiu km and Krcdcricl; Werbking. Ir. Tiiliniigo Christen a L'lillil. Tho Infant sonof Mr, and Mrs. (,ood- wln I'. l.Usworth was christened last own ing at the Arlington by llov. T. Do Witt Tidmuge. Tho ceremony was jierforiucHt in tbegold loom In tho prcsencoof nil inert us friends, and Ihe youngster, who will bear tho name of Do Witt Talinago lIltMvoMb, bi;hiied with all the gravity due to Ihe situation. l.uilliilili' Itli-rcliuiiM Krlli-ti- lU-illtu-linn. '1 lie Police Department has taken con M(h'iiiileliiterut In raising funds to ro llcve Ihe wants of the ihtltuto Kuorl lnnill. and Chief Clerk Sylvester has ro (i'imiIii number of eoutributloiis, wlillu iiiher- arc tinning in. Several merchant, India. tug badoro s-'akx and Julius lius bins:, base tent money to Mr. Sylvester. l,r,ivprMflv vi'iirri Mis.Wliilnu,,sKnntb. lug r v nip lias been Used for children teeth ing li m I'lhes thochild, hofleiistliogums, idliiv -ell pain, run's wind colli' and is the In -i ii-tnedy for diarrluea, Twcnty-livo i enlaa bottle. (bin h Hiiti-rtuliiiiuml. The Star of llethlcheni," Mr. D. 11. JlcUcd's ngvv eacrisl cantata, was pro diKidlast night at St. Paul's Church, on Tvvcnly-lhlrd street. Tho audience was n large ouo mid thoroughly enjoyed the cnleitulimieiit. Wfrr trousers that were f 10, Klseman Jlros.. 7th & I.'. LOCALJPALKS. Wlint rrisons, rriiiiiluent mill Oilier wise, I'liiil to Intel i'st Tlirm. William Price I wonder If the public npprcclates the ninny snerlllccs that actors inakp for Us pleasure. If a member of Ihe prufclon Is in a lallroad Rlnash-up, alrnmbiiiit pxiilusloii, or, In fact, meets with any accident white placing an en gagement, is tho llrst thought for wife, mother or sweetheart? Verily It Is not. "What will they say nt tho theatre? Can I get then'"' That is what (lashes through the actor's brain, and yet tho audience never makes allow attics for any delay on the part of tho people who bring them more enjoyment than any other amuse ment under the sun. And how tho dear public delights In tearing to tatters the odor's private character. After tho lights are out mul tho feeling or enthusiasm has grown cold then the "poor player's" inlvalo life Is subjected lo a general turning over In widen his lrtucs aro obliterated and lilslces(sotne thing (lint all llcsh is heir to) maguillcd. How short lived tho triumphs, how brief tlie memories of the most glorious suc cesses achieved by mi actor. Kvcry other profession leaves enduring mementoes of fortunes favor; tho jsit't his verse, Ihe painter ibis canvass, Ihe sculptor Ids marble, but the Thespian, In tho world's ruse garden of recollection lives so short n life and perishes when death ends his off mis. 1'reil. H. Hodgson. I want lo loll you romt'lhlug: Tin: dime Is u rattling good paper, and Is grovvhiR belter every day. A man doesn't havo to wndo through piles of stuff to get the news, as Is the case with n great many papers. Its news Is always bright nnd crisp, and it Is a pleasure to lead it, llcprcscnlatlve Mudd The man who holds a seat in Congress from the Klflh Maryland district does not havo nn easy berth, and his llfo Is iniido wretched by the constant appeal for positions. When a member succenh In getting onn of his constituents n place, there is a kick from fifty or more, because something was not done for them. There aro more olllce holders under the tlovcrnmcnt from my district than any two districts in the I'nloii, and still lliev arc not satlslictl. In fact. It is lmpo"sbh' to satisfy them. During my term I have secured nbout ,'KiOnppiiimmcnt, and the thanks I have received mo few and far between. It you don't git cveiv voter a place he Is against vou, and will work for your defeat on election day. My predecessor, Hon, Karnes Compton, had a similar expe rience. Dr. Mlildletou I have often thought of a much-needed Institution, If It might bo so called, which would nrovlde for the temporary care of the men who aro nightly found lying upon the streets In a pU'canous condition through excessive drink. Not a night passes awav but that the police 11ml a number of men in the stiects who really need medical attention. I have treated numbers of cases since I havo been lu charge of the'Ihiiergciicy Hospital, and many of them wero actually dangerous cases, and would have resulted scriottslvto the patients if they had not been attended to. Only the other night I was called I o Ihol'lrst precinct statlouto revive a well-dresseil man, who had been found lying on New York avenue, ami cxiwcd to the bitterly cold weather. I wns obliged to work very hard to resusci tate him, and pavo him n largo quantity of emetics. I .veil when I had gotten the liquor out of him it whs tho hardest sort of work to bring him to n normal condi tion. Now, this is only one case of tho kind Jiilhooutlyingprccimts men nropleked up and. after being clubbed on the feet or some other herculean effort to revive him had been resorted to, tho man would be carried back and thrown in a cell. Hut It's not the policeman's fault. They can't help themselves. The loose laws of the District regarding common "drunks" are, according to the opinion of n great many citizens, very Injudicious, as these royster eis arc dlscliaigcil in the morning without a line. Something should be done in this matter, and that right soon. If a nlaco wero nrovlded where the men or women who aro found In nstupellcd condition could bo taken and be given medical attention it would bo Judicious anil prove of lasting bcnellt. Tblsnui ( mailer should be agitated. John Sullivan I am becoming more and more disgusted everyday with the manner in which tho 'Washington hack and cab ordinance is being enfoiccd. Thcro was allnio when there were very few drivers "crabbing," but now a man cannot walk down the street in (lie vicinity of a cab stand after 11 o'clock at night without being followed and .asked if ho docs not want to bo carried homo. This living followed about Ihe street Is ery offensive to a great many people. Then again some drivers me permitted to btnnd in front of saloons and rcslau units and solicit patronage m direct vio lation of the law. There are a few who appreciate (hiding a cab Just when they want it, mid then there are others who lirefcr to ring a call for one or go to a legitimate stand. To permit "crabbing" is very unfair to many drivers of cabs, hacks or herdies who are given instruc tions to observe the law or be jiersonally responsible for any Hill's imposed in the I'olico Court for a violation. There IH also a "combine" nt the depots that ought to bo broken un. A new comer will go lo a hack driver and nsk Ihe price to carry him to a certain part of the city. The new comer will sav. "Oh, that is too much," "Well, then, you can jiasson down the line, perhaps you can get itcheaper," the driver will reply. The man may go to a dozen drivers hut tho price will bo Just the same until the foot of the line is reached, when a dtlver will volunteer to carry the passenger for the icgitlar priis, under the rules. ji:mon ui.ixiit. 1U Womlrrfiit lllfert on thn I.lror, Mniniirti, llowels. Kidneys anil lllooil. Dr. Miwley's Lemon llll.xlr is a pleasant lemon drink that positively cures all 1111 loudness Constipation, Indigestion, nil Sick and Neivous Headaches, Kidney Dis ease, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, Fevers, Chills, Palpitation of Heart, nnd all other diseases caused by disordered liver, stomach mid kidneys, tho first great cause of all fatal diseases. TO cts. and 11 per bottle. Sold hv druggists. Prepared only by 11. Mozlcy, M. P., Atlanta, Ga. I.rtnnn Hot llrnps. Tor coughs mid coliN, take Lemon Hot Drops, 1'or sore throat and Ilronchltl, lako Lemon Hot Drops. Inir pneumonia and Laryngitis, take Lemon Hot Drops, 1'or consumption and Catarrh, take Lemon Hot Drojis. 1'or Hemorrhage and all throat mid lung diseases, lake Lemon Hot Drops. An elegant and tellable picparathm, S3 cents, at druggists. Prepared only by Dr. II. Mozlcy, Atlanta, On. 'Hi.. I'iiIIco Did Noi Havo .liirlsilletliiii. Clara Ilarpu, who wns brought before Judue llradley )clcrday afternoon onn wrltoCAiitrnaii'iyiiw, was released by the Coin tun the ground that the Washing ton poliio had no authority to hold her. Immediately after her dlsehago sho sent a litter lo Inspector Swindells, in which shuiiffercd toplaio all tho jewels taken from her in any safe deposit in Washing ton until their ownership can lie decided liv a replevin suit. Shusald iutheletter that Ihe diamonds were given to her by Kraiik Khret and challenges him to meet her in court and swear that lie did not do so, DlHi'iikliig .Single Tn Tho llrst of a scries of open meetings of llxcclalor Assembly was held last night. Mr. (iiorgoi;. Dunimci'ilelivereda lecture on the probablo effects of single tax, when in operation, His argument was a ciiar a ml forcible exposition or tills doctrine. Professor Ward criticised tho lecture from a socialistic standpoint, and It was further discussed by Messrs. Wake, New burgh, Shields, O'llneii and Oyster. These open meetings will bo held at In tervals. Lectin i' oil 1'cirtiigul. '"Portugal, Ifs Past and Picsent," was Ihosubjut of an entertaining lecture de livered by Hon. (leorgo II. Wing, ex Minister to Poitugal, at All Souls' Church last night. Mr. Unlug reviewed In nn luteicstlng manner the history of Portu gal ami jiuld a high compliment to tlie present King and Queen, whom he ic gardedas admirable sovereigns of a loyal iwople. SMALL, FEET. Iliey Are nn Illnitritlon nf the Ten dency or Ihn Times Toward Little xvnlsts and Wonk Iloilloa. Any ono who visit tlionrt museums may be ttrucl; with tho fact Hint the feet of all I he ancient statues seem very large. They do teem so, but It will bo found that, for Fjiatnctrlcnl perfection, llicso feet could not lo better, anil jet tho feet of the aver nco man or woman to-day aro much smaller tlinn In ancient times. Ono might naturally atk: Why Is thtsT 'lite answer Is not difllcult. Modern cus tom nnd fashion havo contracted feet to their present small proportions; shoes have taken tho placo ot enndals. Indeed, It Is only ono Illustration of many, of what ad vanced civilization nml fashion do, Tho waists of women In ancient days were not so small as In tho present nco of corsets. 11m health of women In ancient times was better than In our present day of social de mands, household caros nnd hurried living. Women nro weaker than they onco were. They feel depressed, blue, weak and lan guid, wlicro t bey wero onco bright, strong and active Huch modern troubles require tho most advanced treatment and tho best physicians, and most scientific authorities of the present day declare, that pure stimu lants aro a necessity in most lives. It Is a significant fact, however, In connection with Ibis statement, that only pure stimu lants aro ever of value, while Impuro aro an actual harm. Tho best and purest of nil stimulants now known to the public Is Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. It Is, Indeed, tho only medicinal whiskey known to the profession or tba public. It has bcon tcstcd-by jears of use, and Is far moro popular to-day than ever before in its history. It has many Imita tors and tho usual Jealousies which merit always brings, nnd hence, when unscrupu lous dealers offer any other nrtlele, they should bo given to understand that only Duffy's can ho used. "Will llnvo Cliurgo r tho "no." Mr. William A.lllackburncof Itanium's Menagerie has been appointed keeper of Hie Zoo to bo located at Itock Creek Park. Mr. lllackbiirne has been with Itanium for many years, and is entirely nt homu with animals. HEAVY-WEIGHT its and Overcoats. "Wo aro clotormlnod to oloao out all "Wiutor Garmonts boforo tho soason is too far advancod. Prices aro roducod to ONE HALF ACTUAL VALUE. All $8, $10, $12 Suits and Overcoats reduced to $4.00. All $15, $18, $20 Suits and Overcoats reduced to $8.00. AU$22, $25, $30 Suits and Overcoats reduced to 12.50. All $3, $4, $5 Pants re duced to $1.75. All $7, $8, $10 Pants re duced to $5. Boys' and Children's Suits and Overcoats Down to Half Price. Remember, CLEARING SALE. NEWYORtbCLQTHlHG HOUSE, 311 Soventh Stroot Northwest. Wo cloae nt T p. in. Saturdaje, 11 p. in. JENtK & CO U JOSEPHINE H, EGAN, Special, 56 East Tenth Street, Arc Xow'blioHlnjr Their IX PARLOR "E," Jal5-3iv PKBST MILWAUKEE HEKlt. BEST On account o( rurltv, Ace. and Strength. MHDE From tho Choicest Malt and Ilops. Kapoclally Good FOR FAMILY USE. Ilencflclal for Weak ana Debilitated I'ernons, It Invleoratci and rromotoa d'Rcatlon, sir ne a noi raal tone to the stomach aud thoreb lucroaslnc the appetite, WASHINGTON MUNOn. 703-705 Horth Capitol Si Telepliono 278. R. S.WIDDICOMBE Manager. NEWYORKCLQTHIKGHOUSE. ewCoIIar- THE MOMENTUM ENGINE, MANUFAOTUIIED BY THE American Energizer Manufacturing Go, Xil-m.lt ocJ., 1410 F STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. O. Works at Benning's, D. 0. Tho Snmo Horso-Powor for Ouo-Tonth of tho Ooal. Estimates mrnlsliod Tor this Englno or Momontura Enomlzor, whorobr parties can use Electricity Tor LlBhtfiir Purposes, uslntr tbolr present botlor unci oiirUio, making tho light cost moroly tho prlco or tiuttinrr in tuo Energlzor nncl Dynaru os, without using nny moro fuel, nnd giving Increased results In horso-power lor thustcamlovaporatcd. Infringers "Will Bo Prosecuted. GKA.S STORES For Heating Bath Booms, Bed Rooms, Halls, Libraries, &c. ALSO STOVES TOIt HATTERS, TAILORS, CONFECTIONERS, TINNERS, &c, &c. Washington Gaslight Company, 411-413 Tenth Stroat.North woat. Has not increased 42 per cent, tliis year, but it will. But vc have a thoroughly experienced SHIRT CUTTER who is au EXPERT at the business, and WE are the Only Shirt House IX WASHINGTON THAT HAS. Mr. C. W. .Hutchinson, Expert Shirt Cutter, late of P.T.Hall. ' MILLER'S Sliiilmator and IMes' anil Gcullc- Eighteenth Street and Pa, Ave. P. S. Repairs a specialt'. Grand, Upright and Squaro PIANO -FORTES. bioclnl Attention nt l'urcliaecr I lii Tiled tu Our "Ni:V Alt'l'ISTIO HTYIXV l'lnltlici) In DcdIuiiii nt "UlUIIEijT DJX'OltATIVE Alt'I". 9 PIANOS FOR RENT. riecond.. nnd 1'louos at All l'rlcei. Wm. Knabe & Co.', 817 Markot Spaoo, IIVANH' llHNTAl. I'AItl.OltS, 151T l'. vc. 11. W. Teeth extrniteil nonltlvclr without Ipaln or danger by our Diiluleii triteni a Imrmlemi YCge. tibia vuiior, In uto liy ui only. Its cfrecta ire jilemini nnd train, lent. Aulfldsl teeth, crown and bridge work (tretionibleiirlcei. iPII AT- HfsGJuw I Twelfth and P Sts.N. W. Calendar of Bargains. All shades in Silk Surah, 19 inches wide, 25C. Dress Goods Depart ment. 27 and 45 inch Swiss Flouncing, hemstitched and all-over embroider, 35c. Actual value, 60 to 75c. T9-iuch Silk Velvet. Sold for 98c. For to-day only, 50c. The very best quality of turkcy-rcd Table Damask. The best pride has been Soc. For to-day, 60C. 5 pieces of unbleached Ta ble Damask that has the price of 50c. For to-day only, 35C. 10-4 heavy bleached Sheet ing, even better than the Utica. For to-day onty, 20c. These values are" excep tionally good property, aud, therefore, to-day is the day 3'ou can buy them for that money. The Combination, Twelfth nnd P Streets N. V. Kaufman & Sickle. ll()Ti:r.S AND ltllSTAUKANTR. N- j;V YOltK DU1TET, 403 TENTH STUEET N. W. Hot nnd 1'iirrst I.lminra In th City. ltn jiortcil Clgnni, JAMES II, COiTELI.O, l'ronrlttor. lc00 rpiiE Eiinrn", " " WAHIIINUTON, I). O. Army ami Nnvy Hcailqimrter. I'oiir Iron l'lro Ecniio. TEItMB-n mul l l'er Day. w- IM.A1I'S HOTEL, VV AMIIMiTUNi U. U., O. O. HTAl'I.E1, I.nto ot Tlimunnd hi, Home, I'mprlfliir. 3T. JAMES' HOTEL, EUItOI'EAN l'LAN, Blxth itrcot mid 1'cnnaylvniiU avenue. L. WUOD1IUIIY, I'roprlclor. USB OEnES, STERLINO, MINNEOLA, UOLDEN HILL And you will nlways havo boauttrul Uroait, Holla and ItlsculW. Wtiolosnlo Dopot, Conior First Street nnd Indiana Aveuuo, "WM. M. GALT Ss OO. THE COMB IT 1 WASHINGTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY A11TJ.1TS' .t- 1'AlXTr.IlS' HVI'VT.IVS. GEO. UYNEAI,, Jn.,413 Till at. ti. W. rnim a. scii.midt, coi otii st. FIIAKCIS JIILtEH, 805-7 Oth at. n. W. BIIANAUAN. HEILI.Y & CO., 1011 In. nV0. It.M.lHtOWN, lSWTlhat. a. o. higgles, lioo nth at. n. w. JAMK9 M. HODGES A SO.V. 1318 Ta avo. AnajiiTV.cTx, JA8. 0. I1IIX, Cor cor An llnlldlnrf. ANTIQVV ruitxiTViiv. A.S. ZIMMERMAN. 410 Oth at. DtmCANSON DK03.. cor. Oth unit D ata. jtmit ii:.ti,i:ns. EmVAltD B, SCHMIDT, 317 l!tll at. n. W. B. HAHT1IUECUT. 11M 71 li at. j vi i. 7j;:is' a uvvh ijjs. JAB. II. McOILI,, 003-11 0 at n TT. jut i:vj: its. r-AllST BllEWINO CO., 7015 North 0 at. HEKQNnit & ENOEI iinEV.CO.,Va. av. & Gth ANNIlEIISEIt'UDSCH DUEW. ASS'N, Del. nnd Vn. avo. .lULIUSEISENIlEISS,8thanaL8tS.s.0.,W.D. 8. O. PALMEIt, CI5-S1 D H. s. W. THE NATIONAL 1WEVV1NO CO..3130th n. W. UAnTnoLoxuY ihiew co. 303 11th t n w. WASII'N DIlEWEnV CO., Tclcphono 1J03. ixvrrr.Ts. H. B. KIItKWOOD, 1483 0 at n. W. IinitrilltEVS. 415 13th at. n. w. CAUL UEUKICH, 417 13th Bt D. W. BOH HOLTZMAN, 1412 N. Y. avo. J. n. ItDSSEIX, 1333 E at n.w. LEW NEWMBYEn. Otli ami Ta. avo. O, Vf. DniVEIt. COS ra. avo. D. HAOERTY. 1M3 Ta. aTO. njKEiia. 3. n. BEISINGEIt. 1013 16th at. n. w. JOHN BTEINLE, COO K. Cap. at. ECHNEIDEn, 413 1 at. n. w. JtOTTLL'JlS. S. C. r-ALMKIi. 1KJ 20th at. nw. TnE ABXINGTON BOT. CO., 27th and K n.w. iwrTvn, vitr.vsn ax news. JAB, r. OYSTEB. fa, nTO. and Oth at. jivTcnriis. A. LOEFFLEIt, 04W3 Centre Market. TI10S.T.KEANE. 40 to 31 Contro Markot. J.1I. BUSCnsn, 539 to S41 Centro Markot. EDW. BBOOKE, 0.31-33 Centre Market. OTTO C HUPPEBT, 01-03 Centro Market. A. J. BILEY, t57-M Centre Market. JtIC l'OIES. GEO. B. ATVYATEIt A CO.. 11JI14M Pa. aVO. OVERMAN WHEEL CO, 713 13th at nvr, hoots, hiweh axd uvnnmis. J.H.MOItAN.43IOtbat. A. L. HAZLETON, 4237th St. M. STRICKLAND, 039 Pa. avo. OEO. W. RICH, 717 Market Spaco. HOWELL MURRAY, 000 7th at. n. W. JOHN C. WILLES, jr.. 018 7th at. n. Vf. L. HEILB RUNS, 40J 7th at.n. w. J. BOOL, One Price Shoe House. 729 7th at. NATIONAL HOTEL SHOE STORE, 499 Pa.aV. II. WALKER TUCKER. 1923 Pa. aTO. JOS. A. HErETTI, 317 Pa. avo. 8. 0. M. GREENBAUM.3131 M St. B. RICH & SON, 1322-4 7th nw. JT. J. GEORGES A SON, 111S Pa aTO. JIAXKIMS. . RIGGS & CO., Tb. bto. nnd ltth st. LEWIS JOHNSON CO.. 10th and Pa. aTe. COR80N 6 MACARTNEY', 1419 1' Bt. UATEMAN A CO.. 1411 P at. n. w. WM. MAYSE A CO., BIO Oth at. WOODS A CO., 1106 V s. 11. w. LEWIS O. TEWKSBUKY A CO., 1335 F. ju.vra, CENTRAL NAT. BANK. 7th Bt. and ra.aT0. SECOND NATIONAL.609 7th at. n. w. COLUMBIA NATIONAL. Oil F Bt. n. w. NAT. BANK REPUBLIC, 7th and D sta. FARMERS' A MECII.'SNAT.,cor.Mand31st. noojisiiT.zmis Attn statioiwus W. n. LOUDERMILU A CO., 1421-20 F. WM. BALLANTYNE A SONS, 423 7th Bt. A. K. WILLIAMS, SS1-S1 7th Bt. n. w. W.H. MORRISON. 1S3IFI . CHAPMAN A TAYLOR, 013 Pa. avo. nw. EA&TON A RUPr. 421 11th at nw. OOXTJt.tCTOIlS. LITTLEFIBLD A ALVORD, 20th and D Bt8. OAltl'llT CT.VAXriM. EMPIRE STEAM, 031-5 Mass aTe. F. II. YOUNGS, 1102 l'a avo n w. cakovii:s AXJt a wxixas, M. Q. COPELAND. 409 11th at nw. a ash JtvaisTjms. NAT'L CASH REGISTER CO, 10th A E sts nw. VAltrHXTVIlS AX1 JIVILltKltS, ALEX. MILLER, 1215 Ohio RTO. DARBY A DAVIS, 1320 15tll at n W. C. A. LANGLEY, 310 12th at n w. CAT.. V'TXJSS AXJt rniAxnivs, TOKALON WINE CO., 014 14th at. o ojis v.t o omtva xon. M.CWHBLAN.lOCSFat. c Axr.u v lis. F. FREUND, 702 Oth Bt. n. W. D. J WEYMAR, 1031 llthst ALEX. FORTIN, 1028 11th at n w. LOUI8 CHAriNS, 1741 L st n W. GRAY A BRO., 1702 L st u W. MAISOM BETH, 1103-12ConnaTO. o liOTitrviis, VICTOR E.ADLER, 027-29 7th nw.eor.Maas. av. M. KAUFSIAN, corner 8th and I sta. so. I. HAMBURGER A EONS. 021 Pa BTO. N. Y. ONE-PRICE CLOTHING, 311 7th at. n. w. GOLDEN EAGLE CO., 211 Tn. aTe. s. o. W. NORDLINGER, 3107 M Bt. n. W. B. RICH A EON, 1322-4 7th nw. cAnitiAiir.s. ANDREW J. JOYCE'S SONS. Warerooins. 1P28-S0 Conn. uTo.i Factory, 413-10 11th nw. W. F. OEYER,4C0 Pa. aTe. Also harness. nORfcE AND CARRIAGE BAZAR, 033-43 La. McDERMOTT A BRO., 810 Pa. HT6. n. W. S. J. MEKKS, No. 021 G at n w. WILLIAM WALTER'S BON, 14th and Catsnw COOK A JABOE, 8295-0 M at. A. H. GREGORY, N Y aTO and Oth at. c oxnsa tioxjuis axi vavjis. J. FUSSELL, 1423 N. Y. aTO. T.JARVI8,420 0thst. IIINKE A BUDI). 510 Oth at. CHAS. 1". FLEISCIIMANN, 1110 Fa, avo. CAMS. TEMPLE nOTEL, 0th St., op. U.S. Pat. ODlCO. THE NEW ENGLAND CAFE, 518 Oth Bt. ELKS' DINING ROOMS, 030 Ta. avo. c a rue xioxiuts. M. BRILL, 417 Otli Bt. Wholosalu. It. II. E. DEUmtlNG.BU lltli st. Wholesale. FIELDING A CO., 45? Pa. BTO. GILL'S. 1429 Fat. BHEETZ A CO,, cor. 10th and r sts. n. w. B11ESNA1IAN A CO., 410 7th St. 11. W. T. NEWTON, 173911 Pu. ave. II. VT. EMMEUT8, 419 7th Bt. n. w. A. QUTEKUNST, 1321 14th at. n. w. 1HA3IOX1IS, JACOBS BROS.. 1229 Ta aTe. ji:aoitAToit. HENRY F. HKn,820 12th nw. jtiir ooons. JOnNH.SMOOT.SUlMst, W. M. SIIUSTER A EONS, 010 Til. KTO. LANSIlUR(lllABRO..4.'0to 4.M 7tllBt.n.W. HEATON PERRY. Pa. aTe. and Otli at. THOS. J. LUTTItELL. 19J0 Pa. avo. JOHNSON A LUTTRELL, 713 Market SpRCO, T. REINHAItDT, 010 7th at. n. w. H. J. FISIIEL, 1920 Pa. uto. GEO, F. UARIIIN, 810 Ta. aTO. B. o. B. D. BURCII A CO., 1508 7th at. nw. STERN'S DRY GO IDS HOUSE, 001 0 7th n. W, W, D. CLARK A CO., 811 Market Spaco. GEO. COMBS, 1013 Hill St. 11. w, CI1AIG A JACKSON, 3H0 M at, 11. VT. S.F.SMI1H, 3190 Mat. n.W. HERMAN'S EMPORIUM, 821 7 41 Bt a W. M KOHNER A BRCU133 7th Bt n W. ltYJSJtS AXD SVOVltKllS. J. J. FISHER A CO, 830 F Bt n W. BIUGGS'N.Y.STEAMDYE HOUSE, 7099th Bt. ANTON I'lSCHElt, 000 O at. J. BIRKNER, 111 4 Bt n w. Established 1331. H. A. REEVES, 81 1 K at. nw. " ANTON LEROn, 1S03 N Y 8T9. MME U'AULELB, 013 11th Bt II W. J. J. FISHER A CO,, 820 F at n W. juttuiaisrs. FRANK T. WELLKR, 751 8th at. Z. D. OILLMAN, 027 Pa BTO. T.E.O(tnAM,l!lira.TO. SAMUEL T. STOTT. National notct Building HOMKOPATHIO PHARMACY, 1007 H at. GEO. A. BENTLKY, 14th and Corcoran sts. G.M. BOTIIORN, a. 0. cor. 33J and O sta. n. w. REMSIIURO A ELLIOTT, 1003 ltth at. II. W. W.D. BRACE, 30th and Mats, n. w. OCI1RISTIANI, 431 Pa bto. G G O SIMMS, cor N Ybto and ltth St. JOHN R MAJuR, 600 7th at n W. 17XOHA rJUlS Jt f,ITlIOlUlAVllVHB. 3. L. KERRARD, 1012 Pa BTO. OEO. HAAS, r, 1200 Pb bto. A. D. GRAHAM, 1230 Tb BTO n W. i:i,r.0Tnic i,iaivc coxtuaoxous HOYCE A MAREAN, 1403 Fa. aTO. J. H. KUEHLING, 1200 Pa. bto. J. U. BURKKT A CO.. 1409 N. Y. BTO. WASII'N CONSTRUCTION CO, C99 12tli st. r.raiuxus, rxoit.i rixas, nxa. MCELROY'S ART STORE, 1003 Ta. BTO. W. n. VF.EHllOFF, 1221 Pa. bto. and 411 and 410 7th st. n.w. FI.OVll M1T.LS. riONEER FLOUR MILLS. A. B. OROrLEY, rr.oiiisTs. W. S. nsHER, 1123 Pa BTO n w. J. n. SMALL, llth and G ats. u. w. N. BTUDER.930Fat,n.w. A. GUDE A BRO.. 1112 F Bt n W. A. GARDEII, 1103 Conn BTO n w. O. STRAUSS.'A;CO , 4C3 8 Centre Markot. THEODORE DE1DRICK, 1227 F at. Till IS IXSVItAXCll COSlI'AXIES. FIREMEN'S INS. CO. ,7th St. and La, aTO. COLUMBIA FIRE INS. CO., 1410 Fst. n. w. CORCORAN FIRE INS. CO., 001 llth St. n. W. NAT. UNION FIRE INS. CO.. CI3 La. aTO. LINCOLN FIRE INS. CO., 409 Oth St. POTOMAC INS. CO.. 1210 82d st n w. PEOPLE'S FIRE INSURANCE CO. of D.'.C, 302 Pa avo so. n.ovit, rutin axu hay, MoDOWELL A SONS, N. Cap. nnd Mass aTO. WASH'N FLOUR A FEED C0.4tli at A Va 8T0. THOMAS W ItcKNKW. 1113 O at n W. II. D. COClirtAN, 1317 14th at n w. risn, orsmts Axn rouzxitx. It. A. GOLDEN, 332 0 Contro Market. rovxnt:its. E N GRAY A CO, Mo BTO, bet 3d A 4 ats. POTOMAO IRON WORKS, 3103 Water at n-w. WM. II. DOUGLAS, 1212 D at n w. FUltXIXVllE. WUIIDEMAN A CO., 010 12th at. Tel., 07-3. THOS. W. SINGLETON, 413 7th St. W. 11. 1IOEKE, 601 Market Space. W.n. HOUGHTON A CO., 1213 Tst. H. O. TOWLES, 1007 Pa. BTe. HUGOWOHCHA CO., 021 7th Bt. II. BURKII ARDT A SON, 1013-15 TUl st. BACHSCM1D A MYERS, K07 7th St. HOUSE A HERRMAN, 017-23 7th Bt.n. w. ROUSE A CO.. 1023 7th n. w. S. K. BROWN A SON. cor. SOth and Ta. bto H. J. LAUNT. 1327 llth St. n. w. a as I'lXTUitjss. ECHULTZ, Gas Fixtures, 1313 F at. n. w. S. S. SIIEDD A BRO., 432 9th n.w. Plumbing. O. A. MUDDIMAN. 01 1 12th St. n. W. E. F. BROOKS, 531 13th n W. aitociJitsiyjioLvsAi.il. 3. C. EEGOOD A CO.. 015 La. BTe. J. L. BARBOUR A SON, 011-10 Pa. bto. BILL A CO.. C29 La. aTO. GEO OFFUTT,S2C011Mstnw. RICHARD A CO. 023 ra BTe nw. tuwemtms. JACKSON A CO.. 020 Pa bto. J. 8. REDMAN. Oth and La. are. N. W. BURCHELL, 1823 F St. n. W. J. K. CLEARY, 523 llth st. n. w. ELPnONSO YOUNGS CO., No. 423 Oth St. n.W. HUME A CO., 807 Market Epaoo. E. MAURICE CROrLEY, 31st and M sts. W. R. BROWN, SOth st. and Pa. aTO. A. O. WRIGHT, 1032 llth at. n. W. J NO. P. LORE, 1531 llth at. n. w. n. W. OFFUTT A CO., S2d and N sts.n. w. n. n. ELLIOTT, 1520 llth Bt. W. A. HElTMULLER.mi 14th Bt.n. w. THOS KNOWLES, 1204 82d st n VT. S R WATERS. 1312 7th st n VT. F M WALKER. 022 La nTe J B BRYAN A BRO, C03 Pa BTO. GEO O KENNEDY A SONS, 1209 F st n w. BROWNINO A MIDDLETON. 010 Pa avo T H WALKER A CO, 010-50 Ln BTO. A GAEGLU A CO, 1SC0 7th St. Nil SHEA, C32PaaTO. W E ABBOTT, 1721 Ta aTe n w. G. TESSAGNO A SONS. 803 Otli et. Italian. 1IV3IAX HA IK DIlAZiIllt. 3. ROCIION, 012 llth st. n. w. S. HELLER, 720 7th n.W. HOTELS. WILLARD'S noTEL, Ta bto and 14th st n w. TnELAND'S nOTEL, Pa aTO and llth St. NORMANDIE, 13th and n sts. ARLINGTON HOTEL, Vt. aTO. and n St. WELCKER'S. 15th at, bet N Y bto and H sts. AI1KO, lCth and I st nw. EBB1TT HOUSE, llth aud F sts. METROPOLITAN HOTEL. Pa BTO and Oth St. WORMLEY 'S, ltth and H sts. n. w. CONGRESSIONAL HOTEL, Capitol mil. NATIONAL HOTEL, Pa aTO and Oth sU ST. JAMES HOTEL, Ta bto and 0th st. TnE HAMILTON, llth and K st n w. TnE DELVEDBHK. Pa nTe and 3d St. HOTELS AXn JtllSTAVllAXTS. MORGAN HOUSE, 32d St., abOTO N. OWEN HOUSE, Pa. aTe., near U.S. Treasury. MT. VERNON HOTEL, 4S5 Ta. aTO. n. w. EMMITT HOUSE, opposite B A O Dopot. COLUMBIA HOUSE, 10th nnd E sts. LANGS (MOROAN HOUSE). 3200 M st n VT. jJAitxirss axj iioitsE ooons. LUTZ A BRO., 497 Pa bto. K. KNBESSrSEON,423 7th. irAJtnVAitE. BARBER A ROES, llth and O Sts. F. P. MAY A CO., 631 Pa. aTO. CHAS. T. CARTER A CO., 000 Ta. BTO. JA8. B. LAMBIE, 1413 N. Y. BTO. W. WAGNER, S07 Pa. avo. r. A. SCHNEIDER, Pa avo and 18th st n w. L. II. fcCHNEIDBR'S SONS, 100810 Pa BTO. J. B. KENDALL, 018 Pa BTO. JOE OOMl'AXIES. TRANSPARENT ICE CO., S327 Water St. GREAT FALLS ICE CO.. 021 Pa. BTO. INDEPENDENT ICE CO., Pa. aT. and 12th st .lEWET.EIlS. HARRIS A SI1AFER, 1113 Pa. bto. MOORE A LEDINC.1100 Pa. ave. A. L. SALTZ8TKIN, Jr., 5037th St. W.S. TAFFAN.OOIOlliBt. W. BRUNINGER, 029 Pa. BTO. J. II. ALBRR'S, 1103 14th Bt. J. S. BLACKFORD, 3123 M Bt. n. W. T. THOMPSON, 3143 M St. n. W. i.UMitEit nr.Ai.Eits. It. J. McLEAN, IStli and B sts. n. w. It. 1I.WILLETT.C13 Oth St n W, A 13th AB HtS 11 VV, 1, 13111. GEO. .1. JOHNSTON, 1035 SOtli Bt. n. VT. Ji AMI'S, MUDDIMAN, O. A OH 12th Bt. n. W. EA UXlUt T. WEST END STEAM LAUNDRY. Tel , 1010-2. CHAMPION STEAM LAUNDRY, 1422 ra BTO. SWISS STEAM LAUNDRY, 1322 F at. n. w. YALE STEAM LAUNDRY, 522 10th St. n. W. DEXTER STEAM LAUNDRY, 491 OBt. n, W. LAMES' FVllXJSHIXO (100DS. PALAIS ROYAL, 12th at. and Pa. bto. DOUOLAfeS A 1)110 , 512 nnd 514 Oth at. n. w. 31 IXJllt.lI, IIVI TtlltS. C. II. SHAFFER A CO., 103 Pa avo. 3I0XV3IEXTA T, WOllKS. G EORQE L BERNER, C29 Mas J avo, THOS. HEANY, 400 G3 Mass BTO. junx's ruitxisiiEiis. n. T. MILLER, 16th and Pa. avo. O P BURDBTTE, 4377th Bt. BiAXiavJtr. Axn vhihovomst, MME. l'AYN, 703 13th St. n. W. KBNISON A SONS, 418-12 12th St. II. Vf. WASHINGTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY www vvyvw a 3TA11K11TS. PHILADELPHIA, W. II. Coleman A Co., Conn bto and IC at, CANNON A CHANDLER, "Homo." llth nnd I ats. "FARIIAGUT," J. C. Fcaron A Son, 1019 Kst "CIHCLB." 8. 11. OW YNNK, Vt ave and Lst. FRED. OHEKN, 1923 1'a. bto., "Brljrbton." II. I. MRADEII. corner 8th and I at. ao. J. II. OltoWN, 153214th st. n. w.'Excolalor." COTTAGE MARKET, 818 llth at, n. w. 1 J. TII1IIRT8, 11B7 Conn bto . "Palaoo." II. W. FISHER & SON. 82d and N ati n w. ARLINGTON, AniLiloll A Fairfax, 13th A L. MILT. SVl'l'I.lES, KDW. CORBETT. 439 Pa, bto. MllllC 1TAXT TAILOllS. II.D.BARR.llllPn.BTO. I,. K. DUVENDORI', 1410 Pa. bto. W, II. CltANSTON. 1120 Pa. uto. J. A. GRIESBAURIl, 4!3 9th at. n. W. It. KOI'l'EL, 1329 Utii at. n. w. OWEN, cor lCth at and N Y avo n W. J. II. WILSON. 223 Mat SNYDER A WOOD. 421 llth St. 1IAHDAN A BENNETT. HIONVaTOnw. MAVHJXISTS AXJt EXaiXEEUS. SHEPHERD A HURLEY, S01 12th at. E N GRAY A GO, Mo live, bot 3d A 41 sts. MILLIXEIIT, ETC. 3. C. HUTCniNSON. OW Pn. bto. LONDON BAZAR, 713 Markot Spaco. THE BON MARC11E. 3107th at.n. w. MRS. P. EMItlCII, 8110 M at. n. w. A. M. PISHBL, 8134 M at.n. w. H. COHEN, 523 llth stuw. MAXTLES, TILES, VVIIXA0K8. nAYWARD A HUTCHINSON, 424 Oth st. MILITARY AXH SOCIETY (lOOHS. 8. N. MEYER. 022 7th St. OYSTlllt nilAI.EUS. EDWARD WEHEIt 12th and E sis n w. KIKGSLOW SON, 1020-32 M st OVTIOIAXS. FRANKLIN A CO., 1237 Ta. BTO. U. II. HEMPLEIt, 453 Pa. BTO. J. II. BBAMHALL, 607 14th St. n. W. l'HO TO-LTTlIOGllA l'llERS. TnENORRISPETERS CO., 453-00 Pa BTO. TllIXTEllS. JUBD A DETWEILER, 420-2 llth Bt n W. GIBSON IIR03, 1233 Pa aro. II V WILKIN3. 613 10th at n.W. J H TOMI.IN80N, 0C8 V at n w. II H ADAMS. 513 llth Bt n w. U J MARTIN, 904 G at n w. l'LVMlMlllS' SVI'l'S.IES. E O SCHAFER A CO. 424 0 llth at n W. 1IENKY McSIIANE A CO. 819 12th St. T.SUMMERVILLE A SONS, .310-12 13th atnw. roLAxn water Aaiixar, JOHN KEYWORTH, Oth and D sts. 1'IE HAKE US, THE BIG FODR. 1327-31 Md bto. NATIONAL 1'IE BAKERY.320 E Cap at. 1'IAXOS, 0110 AX S AXll MUSIC KDW. F. DROOP, 025 Pa. bto. JoriN F.ELLISySOTPa.BTo. nuoo. worcr a co.. 025 7th at. F. 0. bMITH, 1223 Pa. BTO. n. W. rAvxniiAxaixus. GEO. WILLNER, 429 Oth Bt. W. II. BPELSUOnSB,'102S 7th at. n. W. JOHH 8. P, OREEN, 421 Oth at. A.M. TUBMAN, 1701 Pa. are. l'AVElt. C. O, STOTT A CO., 318 8th at. E. MORRISON, B05-S07 Dst.n. W. EASTOM A RUl'P. 421 llth at nw. HEAL ESTATE. W. n. SAUNDERS A CO . 1407 F st. n. W. McLACnLINADATGIIRLDKR,10thAan.1 GUHI.EY A STBVEN8. 1335 F St. n. W. FRANCIS nUl-TY. 1301 F st n. w. HWOHMHTEtiT A Bit ADLEY, 027 F St. n. w M A IIALLINQBlt. 1 132 F st n w. itimxa SCHOOLS. Mr. and Mrs. MIDDLETON, 1120 Vor ave. WASHINGTON, corner 32d nnd P sts JtESTAUJIAXTS. WM. nELMUS,4117th at. n. w. ROSS, 7lli st. booto Pa. aro. n. w. HENRY ALSC11WEB8, 12th and F. AMAN'S. 310 Oth St. 11. w. OSUORN A HOB AN, 7lh and O ats. HARYEY a. corner Pa. are. and ltth at. n.i PATRICK MOOHE, 00-1 Pa BTO. SAUTTER, MIS Otli n. w. SANDRRS,033Dst. KARSOH'S.HOO Tenna avo n w. IlKNlt Y KAERNEIt. 0)9 I) St. J F Johnson, 403 nth t n w. E WAGNBR. 210 Oth at n w. GEO. Y. KOEL. ltt!7 14th St. JNO. L BUliKAUT. lth and V sts n w. FRITZ REUTBU'S, 41 st and Ta avo. IIILL1GES, 1320 Pa avo. JizrniiEJt ooons. GOODYEAR RUBBER CO., 309 Oth St. n. W. HOLMES A CO., 5110th St. staih.es. W F DOWNEY. 1022 SS L st 11 F McCAULLY. "Tally-Ho." 01S and 018Oflt. PORTLAND STABLES. OH nmlimNYaTe. J T PRICE A SON, National," 307-11 0th Bt. J E BERRY. Ebbltt, 131 nnd 0 sts n w. .TAH O BOWEN, 025-29 N Y avo n w. JOHN DUGAN, Maikot and Brldgo Bts n w. sash, noons, ni.ixns, etc. L. D. STONE. S03 14th Bt. n.w. sjnrixa machixes. WM. STIBBL1NG, 1731 Ta ave. Housekoia. STOXE. POT. STONE CO., 3220 Water t. soaj' ironies. WEAVER, KENGLA A CO., 8241 Wator at. STOVES, 1'VltXAVESAXn JtAXQBS. II. F. ODY A CO.. 1005 Ta. avo. W. O. BERRY, 503 Otli at. Aliro plumblnff. W. II. HARROVER. 313 7th at. nw. siiojixixa ooons. M. A. TAPPAN. 1013 Pa. BTO. J. II. KUEHLING, 1200 1'a. aTO. SAVE MIVOSIT C031VAXIES. WASH. SAFE DEP. CO.. 910 Ta. aTO. NAT. SAFE PEP. CO.. N. Y.bto. and 15th st. STOltAOX lYAltJSHOUSll. O. W. KNOX, 2d and B ats. nw. S VII. IXSTIl U3U1XTS AX It Tit VSSES CHARLES FISIIEn, C23 7th St. n. K. xrvunniTEits axu suvvltes. THE REMINGTON, cor 8th A F sts nw. II. A. CLARK A CO, 033 F n VT. TEA AXU COl'fEE. JOHNSTON BRO'S A CO, 007-13 N Y BTO. RICHARD A CO, 023 Pa bto. TOYS AXU l'AXCl' ooons, CnH. HUPPERT, 4C3 3 7th st nw. VXnilll TA KE11S. JOnN n. WRIGHT. 1337 10th Bt n w. JOS. OAWLKIt, 1731 Pa avo. Telephone, 131 H. F. IIARVKY; 023 Pn. ave. ' GEO. F. ZURllOIlsT.aJO Pa. avo. so, O. F. SISOURNEY, 1410 14th n W. GEO. W. WISH, SOW M at. JOHN M. MITCHELL, 723 llth n w. JAMES T. CLEMENTS, 1237 32d St. K. M. nOTELEH. 733 8th at. .1. F. BIRCH, SOil M st. Telephone, 037-14. J.II. DAIINEY,4IILat. JAH. II. WINSLOW, 1200 Rat n w. II W BARKBH, 013 llth st n w. W B blOOriHNEY. 152S llth st 11 W. THOS. II. NALI.EY, 1213 llth St. VARIETY STORE. TnK FAIR. s. o. cor. 7th nnd H s's. n. w. BOSTON VA1IIE1 Y STORE, 703 9 Pa. BTO. veuetaiu.es Axn fruits, O r.KQEL'B SONS. 639 01 Centro Market. VISES AXH T.IUUORS WHOLE SALE. THE SHOOMAKEK CO., successors to Sheo- maker A llcrtzoy, 1331-3 K st. n. w. CnillS XANDKII. 003 7th St. CIIAB. KllAEMBR,737 7tll8t, JACOB XANDER. 1315 7th Bt. 11. w. M. F. MORAN, SOU M Bt. II. W. JA8.THAR1'. 818 I' at. n. W. RICHARD A CO. 028 Pa avo. MISV llLI.AXV.OUS. JNO SCHORR. 10.11 0th st n W. THOL. S. REEDY, 1719 Pa uvo n W, MHIHCM,. OHICHCBTCn'S ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS, Ileil U'osa Dlumuntl llraml. NafliiN voUL.tiicIUII. Iillu. a.k llrurk'! '"' llUmand llraa In rril ni.i.til. Ui... Mftlfl Vila frl.4 rlbboa. 'rakaBoothr.H.o44u..ipJ for D.rtlcul.r. aud "lt.llr n I.&. HIU,U dlra.'Maf'iiM-.bjB.alC Adm.iw, I pMserroa an rally dart l'l( 13 tb oabl psclBo (or lbs csrlalaeut Ol this dlMaaO. U, li. INOllAir Air, W.D., Amittrilam, N. Y. Vf hava sold Blr O fa) many yaars, and It M firan ua uti, vt aaua ctloi.' 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