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'gmMKsoniimiam f f iittWMawwimiii(iiiiwiwiwiyi mf WfiTl7rrrirriyTi.lilrlrinii mMMMVinm 1 F . 1 TIIE OBITIO, WAS1I11TG TOJN D. C, FHIDAY EVENING, FEBIiUATiY 20, 1891. "---5K & m?mtm4tm,-v t 1 I ' S f ', ii t h I hi7 ;V. , si rr V' KJ n I ft 9 . . c, - r i ,1' citv hi'iicials. 7.llO-Ciilrs-S7.0O. CI.'T. M-AMItn AMI linORKX IN rntCES, A aprtlal olTer for one Keck: Horkcra IbAt Imte I rrn f clllnz tor J'i, 10, t ami $11 will If rolil during tho rcxt work for J7. Ilnnnt full to ico tliclr excellent lino of children' inrtlirri, with patent brake ntul triple nd iitinitit (or a parnaol. Tlicy lime Jtut to icUnI n large ahlpinent ot lace curtain i loalng-tint stock ot mi lniportln(t-inut-In-tlmlltnj llrUMtR IrWi l'oliil, SivIm, Tninhoiir mill NultliiRliain, nil nl j!rratly reduced prlcei. 'I he hnre n lew more of thor rlicup chituner Milt nt $'., f 13, (IriftMnml M tint had mell nlilsrim lint week Inko npcrimt lliolr limulltul ohoiv u Inflow W. II. llnvaiiTUK A Co., U1S and iiaut'finti. IS milieu's I'nimlnr Inatiillmcnt llouaoa. To commence your New Year Properly among llio flrtt thine you ahonld do H to put jour lioitfO In order, ami the Place to liny your furniture to (ace money andtronble Is John Itudilen'a l'opnlar Installment Hou.ea at a)) unci 033 hot ruth Mrrrt northwest. There la no article ot lioutehuM goods hut what can ho found ntthcpo double dorea at the lowest cnih prices on the liiitnllincnt plan. A amnll msh paimcnt and the balance toault the pur ctinte r In other word, atate your own tcrmt and they will te complied with. MSTfliDEli TI1K CONGREGATION. A right Itaaitr. AVIirn nil Oniccr At teinitta In Airrat llio Culprit. Henry lllcbcr, n white mnn, niulliUsoit were tried In tliulVUco Court tills mom Iiitf fornwatilllngOIMwr Jfnriiliyon Mon tiny nlfilit last. The olllcor ntlcmilnl to nrret Ilia son for ilistiirbinij, tho conRre Ballon of tlic new Presbyterian church on I' ttrict Mmtlmnt, anil Unlit nmtcil. In w lilcli Murphy was lilt In tin' liwiil with n liri U. 'f lie ilefcnilunts alleged Hint tlioolllcer wn intoxlratul, ntul jirovokiil the tlulit hy intcrfcrliiK with n family ntTalr. The father ntul son were lined t'S) each nnditn nddltlounl llncof Ki wot inipoicd on the father for disorderly conduct. i - lor Sweet Clinrlly'a Suke. The sweet idradlni; name of cliarjty llllcdWIllanl's Hall last nfcht with an audience of society people- who had as fcnililcd forlho hcntllt of tho 1'oimilllng Hospital. Three farces wercnlven vtltli n precision of alnsc detail and spirited ncthiR that waiKrallfjIni: nliko to actors and iiudlcucc. After the curtain had fallen mi the last comtih" tho lloor wni cleared for dnnclnc Wlllnrd Hotel Orclieitni fttrnlfhlnKthclnMe. The costs were as follows: 'Six lo One" JIrs, l'oiucrny J)gdirc, JIKs Dlount; Her Ilottoti Niece, Mljq Helen Ulonnt; Hit Chlcaa Niece, Miss Dorothy Oross Her New York Niece, Bliss DoslcKoini; Hcrl'hlla(lclihla Niece, Sliss llallle Kelm: Her French Niece, Mi.'s Ulonnt; Mr. Klllot,! Champnoy, Mr. Kndnlt'h KatilTninnn. "The Wnv to His I'oclcet" I'rtulenco lliirton, Miss Minnie Mixton! rntlcnce Iiiirton, JIlii Mnttloitaxtun; Mr. lliirton, Mr. l'ercy Mackave, llohcrt tlriiy, Mr. David Danes, and Addle, the maid, Mils Helen Ulonnt. "An I'niiTotcctcd T'cmalo" Samuel Temple, Mr. Harold Mackayc; Nlcodcnms Crist., Mr. William Wood, uudl'olly Crisn, Miss lliount. ICctlcncil liy llio 1'realilpnt. The Veteran l'lreiucn's Association ulebrnttd the fourth nnulvcrsary of Its organization to-day with a parade and liRiiiiict nt Its headquarters, Meyers' Hall, Seventh mid U streets northwest. Tim members left headquarters at 2 . m. nnd marched, headed by a band of music, la Hcrcnth Mrcct to Louisiana avenue, to Indlunnnienue, to First street, past the District llulIdluK; thencato IVnnM'lvaula MMiiiioto ririecnth street, nnd through the Whilo Home (irounds in view of President Harrison tu Seventeenth stroet; thrntctn K, down Kstrei't to Fifteenth, lo I", to Ninth, nnd thenco to their ren dezvous. Nntloniil Ciipltnl l'rc4 Chili. At a mcetliiBheld last evening tho board of Kovcrnors of the National Capital I'reis Hub instructed 1'rcsldent KaulTtnann to iucotiornto tho club under tho laws or tho District. Mr. Clifford AVardcn wns elcctid n member of the house commltteo In pinto of Mr. Ucrlalt Wllklns, who de clined. Tho president's olllco In tho ;veniiiR Star llulldlnK was established as headquarters of tho club, for tho purpose of placing on thebulletin board tho names (d persons proposed for membership nnd for the receipt of communications In tended for the club, fcarch i being mndo f c r suitable club rooms, l'ullcy Writers Ai-ioilcil. l'zcl.k-1 Cade, n whito man, and (ieorgo (Jwj nno nnd George Catkins, two colored men, wero urrcsted lnt night In Wonder's idley for writing policy. The raid on the place was made by n squad under b'crgcant Jlarry, nnd n Inrge numbci of nrtlclcs for carrying on the policy business were cap tured, (iwynnc Jumped out of the second story of tho house when he heard thoolll i era coming, but was captured by Olllcer Mulvcy. who was watching on tho out bide. They waived examination this morning, nnd were font lo the grand Jury under WW) bonds each, i They 'Want Union Itute. Congress and the District Commls-slon-ers w cro soundly ruled for their alleged shortcomings last night at tho meeting of District Assembly, No. on, K. of 'I,. Tho homo rulo question was agitated, ami tho members of the Assembly expressed themselves us dlssatislled with tho Com missioners' udmlulstratlon of affairs, in which tho ncoplo lmvo nu voice. Messrs. owen. Wild nnd Mnltby were appointed n commltteo to petition Congress at the next session for the restoration of suf frage in the District. l'lincriil of H Itrapci'loil C'lllen. The funeral of Mr, Jnmes M. Wright look plnco nt 1 o'clock this afternoon, and was largely attended. The deceased was one of Washington's inot substantial and resiected citizens. He had lived hero i-l ncc 1612 and wnx horn In Alexandria. At ono time Mr. Wright wns warden of the jail, then clerk at tho Metropolitan Hotel, nnd during tho Fierce administra tion he wus n clerk In tho War Depart ment. Try Berkeley. Ciilllllllllltlull of the Stroui; Mill Cilio. Tho trial of the Issues In the contest ovci tho will of thu lato Samuel Strong wns continued In tho Circuit Court tills morn Inc. There was a largo crowd of Inter ested spectators present, including many prominent lawyers. A number of witnesses wero examined, nnd all tho legal dtillcultics and compl' a lions of the last years of Mr. Strong wero discussed. Berkeley is pure, A Mult for M'.'O.lino. Yesterday, Hcrmlulo Wcrsell brought i-ult Hgaiiitt Mury C. Hopkins forJL'O.OoO damages. Sho alleges thaftho defendant falsely charged her with having stolen n li-rtalu article of Jewelry, by reason of which charge the plaintiff lost n poslllon wotth SL". a month. Berkeley pure rye whisky. rertceullim of Mm .Imm." Louis Abraham will deliver a lecture at the Washington Hebrew Congregation, on Klghlh strict, this evening. 1II subject will ho tho "I'ersecutlon of tho Jews." Hun. Simon Wolf and others will also t-if.ul:. " 1 r gallon, 1 per quart, Wc. a pint. A Hungry llnrio. Giargo Mcgmuler let his hnrso eat tho hurl, off of a tree on Florida avenue, and llils inoining ho found that his horse's niiHliiit h-, the amount of his Hue In tho Fc-lltoColiit. Tharp, 818 F street northwest. ('tiler Clerk Clillila Muy ltu.ili.-n. It Is uudcrttood that Chief Clerk Chllds if tho Censiu Olllcu will resign and engage In mining In Mexico, where ho has I ten for several weeks past. I'wrupA uuvera can scctiio good sc.it for M r. hloddard's.faroivcll Iccturo tornnirrow at J.SO. Norway, tho Lund of the Mid night hun, will be described. and lllifcUe-led. wim r. miinoxr.n3 aimouun. They Held Their l'liml MiMi-Mcctlng l.mt Mclit. The While lllbboncrs held their last masf-meellng at the Foundry M. 1!. Church Inst night. Mrs. Chnpln of tho Eolith Carolina Y. C. T. V. prcildcd over thenuellng. In a brief nddrcss alio loko of theobjetta nnd tho system of organiza tion of the W. T. U. Mrs. Bnrali J. C, Don ns of New Jersey made n few remarks on llio necessity of new recruits being ndded to the ranks of the W. 0. T. F. Mrs. Frances Dnrnes of New York, superintendent of the "Y ," wns tho next epeaker introduced, riho related several anecdotes of reformed drunkards, and re lated tho early experiences of tho Young Women's Christian Temperance Union. MiotoldliQW tho younglaules were so timid that they would not allow tho terrible re porter to enter lliclr meetings. When, however, they discovered that tho rc iHirlcM, llndlngtlie doors locked against them, would Invade tho beer saloons across the street, they decided to make their meetings public. She appealed to young ladles not to mnrry ineii to save them, but to sccthat they were saved be fore hnud. MI'sClllisou of l'arl, In an Interesting speech, compared the temperance work of the women of America with that of thn French women. In America, she said, the women dared riso up and pro test ngalnpt the liquor trnllle, whilo In Franco the)' were too busy beautifying themselves to take part In any publio movement. Tho following petition, presented by Mlis Frances Willard, was adopted hy the convention. 7(i llic U'oWiC Columbian Cotmnlnttoa Tho convocation of White ltlbboners, under auspices of tho National Woman's Christian Temperance Union, now In ses sion in the city of Wa'bingtou, D, C, re spectfully nnd earnestly request you to close the World's Columbian imposition, to bo held in Chlcaeo in fJ, to the publio on every Sunday during Its con lluunnrc. Wo also urgently request the Commission lo forbid tho sale of lntoxU eating liquors within the buildings, and grounds of the Exposition from tho be ginning to Itscnd. ilciirescnllugtbo well know it com Ictlons, principles and dcslrcx of many-millions of our sex, nnd moved bv the highest moral, religious nnd patri otic concern for the succcssof tho World's Fair os nn exhibition of our republican Institutions, our domestic and social life, and our loyalty to God and our country, wo plead for tho protection which you alone can glvo for the rights of tho peoplo to lliclr lawful and God-given day of rest nnd worship. Tu the .mCW 1tinrtiiitut of the U'erM'a Columbian CvmuiltHioit: The convocation pf White nibbonen, under auspices of tho National Woman's ChrMlan Temperance Union, now In ses sion in the City of Washington, I). C, re spectfully nnd earnestly petition you to u-o your utmost iicrsomd nnd nlllclnliu lluciico with tho world's Columbian Com mission to prevent the opening of tho World's Fair nt Chicago In 18i on tho Lord's days during its continuance; nnd also to forbid the sale of Intoxicating liquors in the grounds and buildings of the Imposition, from Its beginning toils end. American women have tho highest rensons for tliciriwvatlcmnml tho proper observances of tho day of weekly rest and worship. Its enemies cannot long withstand tho combined liowerof the bet womanhood and man hoed of the republic lo protect the people from tho ruin of Sabbath desecration and of the liquor trallle. Ilellevfng that your odlclal relations to the World's Columbian Exposition will enable you to oxcrt n mighty lulluencofor there objects in behalf of our country, and which, by the grain of (!od, luay be mado almighty for good, we entreat you to restiond favorably and cleclI ely to this petition. The members of tho White, llibbouers' convocation demonstrated their cntiiud nsm in temperance work by crowding Foundry M. V.. Church this morning do splto tho Inclemency of the weather. The meeting was opened with devotional exor cises consisting of liymni and prayer. Mrs. Frances J. Sands of Xcw York con ducted n bible reading, and in tho course of her comments told many Interesting Incidents of her cxperlcncoand tho expe rience of others In temperanco work. Mrs. Sands' remarks were listened to with close attention by tho largo audience of ladles picscnt. A general discussion of temperance subjects followed, In which the membersof tho convocation naitlci paled. This evening there will be a card recep tion ut the Calvary Hnptlst Church, cor ner of Eighth and 11 streets, nt which Mrs. Mary II. Hunt, national nnd Inter national superintendent of sclentlllc teni l cranio Instruction in schools and col leges, will bo present. The closing session of tho convocation will be held to-morrow afternoon, when n grand children's mass-meeting will bo held nt thu Congregational Church at Tenth and U strecls. Keep's shirts made to order Six for til). Tlii-Ir Tuuiily-Seieiitli Aullliiriary. Tho Knights of Pythias celebrated their twenty-seventh nnulvcrsary yester day. During the twenty-six years of tho ex istence of tho order up to 1890, it has gained 1 supremo lodge, 51 grand lodges, U.'-'f subordinate lodges, nnd a member ship of over noo.OOO; nlso nu endowment rank with n membership of 2,.,,7.1J, repre senting an endowment of S1S.8ID,(pO0; and n uniform rank numbering 7(10 divisions, with n membership of .1),070. During the rears 18S3 and 18S0 the sum distrib uted for tho relief of distressed members nnd their families amounted to l, 107, ISTi.GO. In 18SS thero wns.au increasolu membership of 12,000, and in 18s0 nn in crease of 33,000. Keep's shirts Ono quality Very bet. Mr. Sjtoililaril on tlin rimslmi I'lity. Tho newly-christened Academy of Music wns tilled with an overflowing audi en co last night to hear Mr. Stoddard give his celebrated lecture on "Thol'asslon l'lay." It proved to bo ono of lntenso realism, related In tho brilliant stylo nnd execution of Mr. Stoddard, and aided by his photographic views. Tho play was rehearsed thoroughly nnd carefully, glv tho auditors u complete but conclsu Idea of the performance and its object and effect. Tho vlllngcof Obernmmcrgau was described interestingly. This Interesting nnd valuable lecture will bo repeated to night. ' Keep's shirts Perfect lit guaranteed. lliileli or Fine In tlio 1'ollco Court, In tho Police Court this morning Mag gie Dorsey, a colored woman, chnrged with disorderly conduct and carrying con cealed weapons,- was sentenced to pay n lino of tw or sixty dnys. Ida Stilyard and John Curtis, charged with vagrancy, were fined Mu or sixty days each. James W. ( lordon, for disorderly con duet, was thud W, and Thomas Jennings, charged with Hie samo offense, was lined ?.' or fifteen days. Jesse Porter, for profuno and Indecent lauguagu was given & or fifteen days, Keep's shirts The most popular, Thnl I'ri-iirli Mali! Trouble. Allele Miuette, the pretty French maid of tho Countess of Beaithowder, has uroiiscd the Iro of Mr. Woodbury, thopru ptiitor of the Xormaudle, by her suit for damages against him, lie says Unit If tho evidence was Insuf ficient to comlct her of grand larceny a case may be mado on tho charge of petit larceny, Mr, Woodbury's ncousntlous in the first case wero made oy advice of assis tant United States District Attorney Mill lowuey, which fact cases his mind regard ing thu maid's. 10,000 datnago suit, Keep's shirts Lea vo your measure now. A IViuliliictunlim Appointed to (lis Culiiiiililiiii Ciimmlalloli. Mr. A, D, Anderson, secretary of thu Washington Board of Trade, has bcetinp Kjlilted n social commissioner, In chargo of the Knstern Dcpartmont of thaWorUl' Columbian Imposition. Mr. Anderson will liavo liendqunrtcjsi In Hvn Yprk HUd, this city, O. I', tur(Jetle,.wte agen,t-'l,7 Ssicntli street uortlnuM. IN Till! CllAW.K OF SKCCSSION. The Capture tit CluirlcMon hy llio New tcisey Zoimve.. Fitmttif Hailtilouts V) Xtwi ami I'ourl 1PM. Willi military and civic honors, with the flag of tho Union nnd tho proud 1'at niello, the emblem of Carolina, lloatlng to the breec, and with n welcome that came from the bottom of Charleston's big heart In grateful rememhrnnco of thoso never-to-be-forgotten tents Hint the Gov ernor of New Jersey sent so promptly lo the homeless people of Charleston four ears ngo, the Veteran Zouaves of Now Jersey landed Sunday, many of them for tho first time, in the Cradle ot Secession, 'Ihoitsauds of cltln-iis. (lie German Fusi liers, Hie prideof Charleston, the Held and slalT of tho Fourth llrlgndo nnd tunny others who wero anxious to welcome tho lislllng military wcront the depot when the train hearing the soldiers arrived. Hundreds of tfags floated to tho breeze In respect to tho visitors nnd tho sldo wnlks were lined with n mass of people, eager to see tho military pageant. Hun dreds of smiling fnecs greeted tho mill tnry ns they marched along, under (he In spiring strains of the' magnlllcent bauds, and bouquets of llowers nnd garlands of ecrgreons were freely showered upon them as ihey pnscd down King Mrect. It must lme been a pleasant, st range and ? ratifying inarch for tho Veteran Zpunvcs, twnsn procession nnd reception which speaks volumes. Tho ovntlon, for it wns an ovation, might bo characterized as In keeping with tho trtto and recognized generosity of Charlcstoiiinns, Soldiers nnd citizens combined hi their efforts to do honor to tho visitors. The Zouaves were. Indeed, fortunate in falling Into the hands of such considerate and warm hearted hosts as the German Fusiliers. There wns no effort spared In making everything pleasant for them upon their arrival in the city. I.omlmi .Society. fiom Iht Vilcago Mill. Wrecked now nro tho aspirations of tho New York nnglomanlncs. News from niiionil tells how much better they order their things in the riper society ut F.ng land. How, for Instance, could Now Yorkhope to equal tills feature of a ball nt t'ovent Gnrdcn 'I "An Incident of the occasion was tho dancobyone of tho girls of tho Gaiety 'Ihcntro In costume, who was lifted into n lower-tier box by two youths In red hunt ing outfit?, nnd, deprived of her slippers, she continued to danco In her stockings, nnd wns again lifted Into the box nnd bereft of these. Tho two youths now pinned the stockings to the front of tho box nnd Lionel Vrough, who wns dis guised as a policeman, arrested ono masher after another and brought them up to contribute, until tho weight of sov ereigns In tho stockings almost brought them to tho lloor." In Ucw of thoroniparatlvo modesty and decency of masked balls In this benighted country, we can no longer wonder at the lofty scorn with which ltudyard Kipling regards this nation of Philistines. Twenty-tlvo per cent, discount off all men', youths', boys' and children's cloth ing for ono week only. Hlscrunn Bros., Seicnth and 13 streets. PKBST MILWAUKEE BEElt. BEST On account of Parity, Age and Strength. MKDE From tho Choicest Malt and Hops. Especially Good FOR FAMILY USE. Ecnoflclal for Weak and Debilitated Persons. It Invigorates and promotos digestion, glv ng a not mal tono to the stomach and thorob Increasing the appetite. WASHINGTON BIUNCB.. 703-705 H Capital SI Telephone 273. R. S.WIDDICOMBE Manager. A Little Previous. That 1b to say, having so ar ranged our Special Romnant Bales for Monday of oaoh week, wo are a little provious this time in ndvortlzing some now and beautiful Itomnants for To-Mor-row. We Just got In Five Oases. Anions thorn aro a now lino of Wool Mixed Clialllcs, Colored Mohnlrs, Henrietta finished Cn8hmoros, imported Worsted Hacking, French Ferculo, India Llnons, IK TJnblonched Sheeting nnd Dross Ginghams. Thoso, added to our al ready largo nsso'rtraont, will glvo you such nn excellent opportunity to shop cheap. Our Wool Challles areas you know, I'JtHe. aa-lnch Colored Mohairs, QUO. 40-lnch Colored Honrlettti-tlnlshecl CnslimorcB will bo 21c. 32-lnch niacl:. Navy and Dark Blue imported broad Wnlo and Diagonal Backing will bo 60c. Thoso goods will make you a vory stylish spring roofor or blazer. 30-lnch Porcalo. for waists or blouses, will bo lQc. The patterns nro ex tremely nobby. Very fine sheer India Iilnon, there are three dllterent qualities, 10o., lie, nnd 12XC. A largo variety of pattorns In domes lto Dress aingliams wilt be 7.c. Full 1 V TJnblonched Sheeting, very heavy und equal to Poquot, will be iiOc, Now, tako this lino In conjunction with our already large assortment and you will find a comploto store In In Itseir. Wo Bhall havo on display to.morrow, first floor, a vory boleot lino of Imported HcotcH Ginghams and Zephyrs, The Combination, Twolfth and F Streets M, W. KAUFMAN & SICKLE EVAJJS' DENTAh 1'AltI.OUS, 1317 Pa. aro. ii. w. Teeth extracted poillhely without ualn or dan-er tir out pilaleu srtteni harmleii renc- table vaunr. In iiaa bynionlr, Jta effec'a are pleaaaut and Irani. lent Ailmclal teeth, crovru ud brldzo work at ceAiua tills prlctj iBMbi MJjgi ' ART-DEALER- Will Open His Galleries, 1217 F STREET N. W., February 21 to 25. SPECIAL EXHIBITION - or Oil Paintings, Water Colors, Etchings, Engravings, Photos, &c. NEW DESIGNS IN MIRRORS, CABINETS, FRAMES, PEDESTALS, &c. Galleries Open Until 9 o'clock During Opening, Gr-S For Heating Bath Rooms, Bed Rooms, Halls, Libraries, &c. ALSO STOVES TOR HATTERS, TAILORS; CONFECTIONERS, TINNERS, &c, &c. Washington Gaslight Company, 411-413 Tenth Stroot North woat. THE MOMENTUM ENGINE, MANUFACTURED BY THE American Energizer Limitod, 1418 P STBEET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. O, Works at Benning's, D. 0. Tho Samo Horso-Powor for Ono-Tonth of tho Goal. Estimates furnlsliod Tor this Entrlno or Momontum Energizer, wuoroby partlos can use Eloctrlclty for LlBhtlufc Purposos, usliiK their present bollor und engine, making tho light cost merely the price of putting lu the Energizer find Dynamos, without using any more fuel, nnd giving increased resultd In hortjo-powor for tho Btoam evaporated. This Englno was oxpoctod to rati on trial trip as a wrong philosophy. On tho contrary, It succeeded and works splendidly. Infringers Will Bo Prosecuted. THE INCREASE IN THE CIRCULATION or "The Critic" IS HEALTHY AND SUBSTANTIAL. "THE CRITIC" presents ALL the NEWS In a compact and attractive manner. That is the reason peoplo want It. KINVIi Grand, Uprljiht and Squaro PIANO -FORTES. ripcclal Attention ot I'urchncri 1 In Ttted to Our "SEW AKTI8TIO STYLES," Finished In Designs ot "UiaUKST DECOltATIVB AltT. PIANOS FOR RENT. . Bccond'lland Pianos at All 1'rlces. Wm. Knabe &. Co., 817 Market Spaco, ICEKESn USE CERES, BTEBLItia, MINNEOLA, UOL.DBN HILL IFXiOTTIR, And you will always have beautiful Dread, Holla and Ulscults. Wbolosalo Depot, Corner First Stroot and Indiana Avenue, WM. M. GALT & 00. Fr - VTilS Manufacturing I! -OF- HEAVY-WEIGHT Suits and Overcoats, Wo aro doterminod to oloao out till Winter Garments before tho Boason 1b too far advanced, Prloos aro reduced to ONE HALF ACTUAL VALUE. All S8, $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. OUSTS DPDRIOE3, 311 Sovonth Stroet Northwest, We close at 7 1', in. Saturday, 11 p, in, 1IOTKI.S AN1 Itr.STAOItANTS. N- KV YOllK UUFZ'KT, 405 TENTH BTItEET N. W Dost and I'urest Minors In the City. Im ported Cigars. JAJIE3 II. COSTKLLO. Proprietor. tf!7 00 T UK KUBITT, WASHINGTON, D. 0, Army una Navy Headrjuarteri. 1'our Iron l'lro Eacaiici, TEItJIS-f3 ana ft I'cr Day, W ILLARD'S IIOTKI,, WADllinuiU, U.V., O, 0. HTAl'LES, Late ot Tbonaaud Id, Itouio, l'roprletor. S' T. JAMES' HOTEL, HEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE. EUltOI'KAN IT.AN, Klita itreet ana l'enniylranta arenne, V. WOOUBUltV, l'roprletor. WASHINGTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY AKTIHTS X 1'AIXTEIIH' SVPVT.IV1). GEO. nYNEAL, Jn.. 418 7th t. n. W. TOED A. BCHJIIDT, 601 Olh St. FI1ANCI8 JHLLEIt, S05-7 Oth t. n. W. BHANADAN, HKILU' CO., 1011 T. ftVOi It. M, DHOWN, lM2?lh St. 0. 0. ItlGOLES. 14C0 Hill st. n.w. JAME8 M. U0D0K3 li SON. V& ATO. AlWJltTIWT.S. JAS. 0. IIII.L, Corcoran IIuIMIur. AST Hi Vr. FVllSlTVltlS. A. B. ZI.M.MEniN,410PtllBt. AVSTlOXEEllii. DUNCANSON BnoS., cor. Oth and D sti, jtuin ukal r.iis, EDWARD S. SCHMIDT, 317 12th at. n. W. B. HAHTDItECnT, 1133 7th t. jtvu.vi:ns RWi'LiES. JAB. II. JtcGILT,, 003-14 Q at n W. jMivivr.iiSi TAI1ST BUEWINO CO.. 703 B North 0 st. BEnONErtAENOELnREW.CO.,Vft.nv.&0th ANNUEUSEn-DUSCH DREW, ASS'N, Dot, nnd Vb. oto. JULIUS EISENDEISS,ethandLsts.s.O.,W.D. S. C. TALMEn, 01.V31 D St. a. W. THE NATIONAL DRE WING CO.. 315 Cth a. W. DARTIIOLOMAY DREW CO. 803 1HU st n W. WABH'N DREWERY CO., Tolophono 1503. nvrrr.Ts. H. B. KIRKWOOD. 1453 G St. n. W. IIUMrilREYS, 41S 13th at. n. vr. CARL HEURICn, 417 13thst. n. w. BOB HOLTZMAN, 1112 N. Y. nvc. J. n. RUSSELL, 1333 E at. n . W. LEW NEWMEYER, Oth and ra. arc. O, W. DRIVER, COS Pa avo. D. 1IAGERTY, 1203 ra. are. JtAKEllSi J. n. REISINGER. 1018 16th St. n. W. JOHN STEINLE, WO E. Cap. at. SCHNEIDER, 413 1 at. n. w. J10TT1.EUS. B. O. TALSIEP. 1831 ?Sth at. 017. THE ARLINGTON BOT. CO.. S7th and K n.W. nuxTjut, viu:i:sj: Axi) s:uax. JASF. OYSTER, fa. am and Oth at. nvicjiEiis. A. LOEFFLERi &10-43 Centra Market. THOS. T. KEANE. 40 to 51 Ccntro Martot. J.n. BUSCHBR, 39 to 541 Contro Market. EDW. BROOKE, C3I-83 Contro Market. OTTO O. ItUPPERT, 01-03 Centra Market. A. J. RILEY, CS7-03 Ccntro Markot. jiroroiES, GEO. S. ATWATER & CO.. 14311420 Pa. avo, OVERMAN WHEEL CO. 713 13th at n w. HOOTS, BnOES AKD JtVItVJSUa, J.n.MORAN,431Sthat. A. L. nAZLETON,4237th6t. M. STRICKLAND, 030 Pa. avo. GEO. W. RICH, 717 Market Bpaco. HOWELL MURRAY, 800 7th St. n. w. JOHN C'WILLES, Jr.. 018 7th St. n. 7. L. HSILBRUNS, 402 7th St, n. w. J. BOOL, Ono I'rlco Shoo nouse, 729 7th St. NATIONAL HOTEL SHOE STORE, 409 Pa.aT. H. WALKER TUCKER, 1023 V&. aT0. JOS. A. RErETTI, 317 Pa. ave. a. 0. M. GREENBAUM.3131 M St. B. RICH SON, 1325 4 7th nw. J. J. GEOROE3 & BON. 1113 Ta aro. it,I,VJ:i. IIIGGS k CO., ra. arc. and ltth St. LEWIS JonNSON & CO.. 10th and Pa. aTO. CORSON & MACARTNEY, 1119 P St. HATEMAN CO., 1111 Y St. n. T7. WM. MATSE & CO..B1C Oth st. WOODS CO.. 11C0 F st. n. vr. LEWI8 O. TEWKSDURY & CO., 1333 P. jiAXim. CENTRAL NAT. BANK. 7th St. and Pa. avo. SECOND NATIONAL, BOO 7th St. n. W. COLUMBIA NATIONAL, Oil F St. n. w. NAT. HANK REPUBLIC. 7th and D sts. FARMERS' &MKCn.'ti NAT., cor.MandSlst. jioor.srrijsj.-.s ,t jvjj statioxj:us W. II. LOUDERMILK ft CO.. 1121 20 P. WM. BALLANTYNE & SONS, 423 7thst. A. K. WILLI AMS, 021-21 7th st. n. W. W.H. MORRISON, 1331 Tl . CHAPMAN & TAYLOR. 015 Pa. avo. 11W. EABTON A RUrr. 421 lltli st nw. voxTJiAorons, LITTLEriHLD & ALYORD, gOlli and D ttl. CAitvvr cr.r.AXVits, EMPIRE bTEAM, 031-S Jims avo. F. II. YOUNGS, 1102 Pu ave n w. cAxovir.s axi a iritixas, M. O. COPELAHD, 409 11th st nvr. aANir ii ; is tj:iis. NAT'L CASH REGISTER CO, 10th & E stsnw. aAJU'jixrjuts axu nvii.vvita. ALEX. MILLER, 1315 Ohio avo. DARBY & DAVIS, 1823 15th st n W. C. A. LANGLEY, 310 12th st n w. OAT.. WIXJ!S AXU llHAXDIVS. TO KALON WINE CO.. Gil 14th Bt. cousvv oonitr.axoK. M.O.WHDLAN.lOCSFBt. CATVKVltS, F. FREUND, 702 Oth St. n. w. D. J.WEYMAR,HC11 lltlist ALEX. FORTIN, 1023 17th St n W. LOUIS CUAPINS, 1711 L st n V7. GRAY i BRO., 1703 L st n W. MAISON RETTI, 1103-13Conn avo. VJ.OTJTIE11H. VICTOR EJVDLER, 037-59 7thnw.cor.Masa.av. M. KAUFMAN, corner 6th and I ats. so. I. HAMBURGER SONS, 031 Ta avo. N. Y. ONE-rniCE CLOTHING, 811 7th St. n. W. GOLDEN EAGLE CO,, 211 Pa. avo. S. O. W. NORDLINGER,3107Mat.U. W. B. RICH A SON, 1323-4 7th nw. OAKRIAUES. ANDREW .1. JOYCE'S SONS. Waroroonii. 1023 SO Conn, avo. Factory, 413 10 14th nw. W. F. GEYER, 400 Ta. avo. Also harness. nORtK AND CARRIAGE BAZAR, 038-13 La, McDEHMOTT A BRO., 310 Pa. avo. n. w. S. J. MBEKS, No. C31 O st n W. WILLIAM WALTER'S BON, 14th and CstS n W COOK A JABOE, 3305-9 M St. A. H. GREGORY, N Y avo and Oth St. C OXFEO TIOXEKS AXU CAl'V.X. J. FUSSELL, 1425 N. Y. avo. T.JARVI8,428 0thst. HINKEABUDD.BlOOthst. CDAS. P. FLEIBCHMANN, 1410 Pa. ave. OAVES. TEMPLE nOTEL. Oth at., op. U. S. Pat. Ofllco. THE NEW ENGLAND OAPE. B18 Oth St. ELKB' DINING ROOMS, 030 Pa. ayo. C Oil 1'EO Tioxmts, M. BRILL, 417 Oth st. Wholesale. It. II, E. DEUIIRING.CII 11th st. Wholesale. FIELDING A CO., 457 Pa. avo. GILL'S, 1429 Fat. 8IIEETZ A CO., cor, 10th and F sts. n. w. BRESNAHAN A CO., 410 7th St. n. w. F. NEWTON, 1739-41 Pa. ave. n. w. EMMERTS, 419 7th St. n. W. A. GUTEKUNST, 1324 14th St. n. W. HIAMOXUS, JACOBS linOS., 1259 Pa aye. UEOOllATOIi. HENRY F. REn, 320 12th DW. ujtr noons. JonN n, smoot. siu m st. W. M. SHUSTER A SONS, 919 Pa. avo. LANSUURGH A BRO., 420 to 420 7th st. D, W. BEATON PERRY, Pa. avo. and 9th at. THOS. J. LUTTRKLL, 1030 Pa. avo. JOHNSON A LUTTRELL.713 Market Bpaco. T. REINIIARDT, 910 7th St. n. W. B.J. FISHEL, 1020 Pa. ayo. GEO. F. HARBIN, 319 Pa. avo. I. 0, S. 1). BURCII A CO., 1508 7th St. nw. BTEIIN'8 DRY GOODS nOUSE, 004-0 7th n. W. W. D. CLARK A CO., 811 Market Spaoo. GEO, COMBS, 1013 14th St. n. w. CRAia A JACKSON, 3110 M st, n. W. S. F. SMIin, 3120 M at. a. W. HERMAN'S EMPORIUM, S33-7 41 at a Vf. M KOIINBlt A BRO, 1133 7th st n w. DTJS118 AXU liOOUltEUS. J. J. FISHER A CO, 830 F at n W. URIQG8'N.Y.STEAUDYEIIOUSB,7090that. ANTON FISCHER, 000 O at, J. BIHKNER, 111 41 at n w. Establlsbod 1W1, H.A REEVES, 814 K t. nw. ANTON LERCII, 1203 N Y aro. MUB TAUUEU1, 013 14th at n Tf . J, J. FISIIXR A CO,, 820 F It n W. jmuaaisTs. JRANK T. WELLER, 731 6th st, Z. D. OILLMAN, C37 Pa aro. T,E.O0RAM,llPn.aV8. BAlilUEL ? r2T0TT, National Hotel Bnlldlng noMEorATnio pharmacy, 1007 n at. GEO A. DENTLEY, 14th and Corcoran ats. Cl.M. BOTHORN, a. o.cor, 33d and O b(s. u, w. ItEMSTIURO A ELLIOTT. 1008 14th at. n. W. W. V. BRACE. 30th and M BtS. 11. Tf CCHRIBTIANMSiraftTO. GOO BIMMS, cor N YttTO and 14th St. JOHN R MAJOR, 600 7th st n W. EXOItArEUS . T.ITJWaJlAVIIEltS, J. L. KERRARD, 1013 Fa avo. OEOf nAAB, Jr, 1206 Ta ftyo. A. D. GRAHAM, 1530 Ta avo a w. ET.ECTlllG lAOJlT OOXTJtAOTOJIS ItOTCE A MAREAN, 1103 ra. aTO. J. n. KUEHLINO, 1200 Pa, avo. J.U.BURKETACO., I109.N. Y.avo. WABH'N CONSTRUCTION CO, COO 12th at. ETomxas, ExaiiA nxus, etc. MCELROY'S ART STORE, 1003 Pa. avo. W. H. VEERUOFF, 1221 Pa. avo. and 411 and 4107th St. n.W. FEUVH MIEZS. PIONEER FLOUR MILLS. A.B.CROPLEY, ri.omsis. W. S. nsnER, 1423 Pa avo n W. J. H. bMALL, 14th and Q ats. n, w. N. BTUDER, 030 F Bt, n. W. A. GUDE A BRO., 1112 V at n W. A. GARDER, 1103 Conn avo n w. C. BTRAUSS.A CO., 403-8 Centra Markot. THEODORE DE1DRICK, 1227 F Bt. riRE IX8VKAX0E COMPANIES. FIREMEN'S INS. COi, 7th at. and La. avo. COLUMBIA FIRE INS. CO., 1410 Fat. a. W. CORCORAN FIRE INS. CO., COI 11th at. n. W. NAT. UNION FIRE INS. CO.. 013 La. aTO. LINCOLN, FIRE INS. CO., 409 Oth St. POTOMAC INS. CO.. 1219 32d St n W. PEOPLE'S FIRE INSURANCE CO, ot D.:C, 303 Pa avo so. FJ.OVll, MEEU AXU 1TAX. McDOWELL A SONS, N. Cap. and Masa avo. WASn'N FLOim A.FEED C0.4th at A Va avo. THOMAS W McKNEW, 1113 Get nw. H. D. COCHRAN, 1317 14th at n w. FISH, OrSTEUS AXU 1'OVZTJtX. It. A. GOLDEN, 333 9 Centre Markot. FO UXUEES. E N GRAY A CO, Me avo, bet 3d A 41 ats. roTOMAC IRON WORKS, 3103 Water at n W. WM. H. DOUGLAS, 1213 D 8t a W. FVJIXITVltE. WTJRDEMAN A CO., 010 IStb st. Tol., 07-3. THOS. D. 6INGLETON, 415 7th St. W. n. HOEUE, 601 Market Spaco. W.n. HOUGHTON A CO., 1218 Fat. H. O. TOWLE3, 1007 Ta. avo. nUGOWORCHA CO., 034 7th St. II. BURKH&RDT A SON, 1013-15 7tb St. BACHSCMID A MYERS, K07 7th St. HOUSE A HERRMAN, 017-23 7th Bt.n.W, ROUSE A CO.. 1023 7th n. w. S. K. BROWN & SON. cor. 20th and Ta. avo II. J. LAUNT. 1337 14th at. a. w. (IAS FIXTUEES. tcnULTZ, Gas Fixtures, 1313Fat. a. w. B. S. 6HEDD A BRO., 432 Oth n.W. riumblnjt C. A. MUDDIMAN, 014 12th St. a. W. E.F. BROOKS. B31 15th nw. (lllOCEItS WHOLESALE. J. C. ERGOOD A CO.. 015 La. avo. J. L. BARBOUR A SON, 014-10 Pa. avo. HILL ACO.. G29 La avo. GEO. OFFUTT, S2C911 M st nw. RICHARD A CO. 033 Pa ave nw. anooEUtr.s. JACKSON A CO.. C20 Pa. avo. J. B. REDMAN, Oth and La. avo. N. W. DURCnELL, 1323 F St. n. w. J. K. CLEARY, B23 11th St. n. W. ELPHONSO YOUNGS CO.. No. 438 Oth at. B.W. HUME A CO., E07 Markot Spaco. K. MAURICE CROPI.EY, 31st and M ats. W. It. BROWN, 50th st. and Pa. avo. A. O. WItianT, 1033 14th Bt. n. w. JNO. P. LORE, 1531 Hth St. n. W. II. W. OFPUTT A CO., 82d and N Sts.n. W. II. H. ELLIOTT, 1530 Hth St. W. A. HEITMULLER, 1333 lith st.n. w. THOS KNOWLES, 1204 82d st n w. S It WATERS. 13127th st n W. FM WALKER, 022 La avo J II BRYAN A BRO, COS Pa avo. GEO 0 KENNEDY A SONS, 1209 F st B W. BROWNING A MIDDLETON. 010 Pa avo T II WALKER A CO, 010-50 La avo. A GAEGLU A CO, 13C0 7th 6t. Nil SHEA. 033 Pa avo. W E ABBOTT, 1721 Pa avo n W. G. PESSAGNO A SONS. 608 0h tt. Italian. HUM AX JTA 111 UEALEH. 3. ROCIION, 013 ltth St. n. W. S. HELLER, 720 7th a. W. HOTELS. WILLAHD'S HOTEL, Pa avo and 14th st n w. TIIELAND'3 nOTEL, Ta avo and Hth st. NORMANDIS, 15th and lists. ARLINGTON HOTEL, Vt. avo. and n st, WELCKER'S. 15th st, hot N Y avo and H sts. ARNO, ICtb and I st nw, KUBITT HOUSE, Hth and F ats. METROPOLITAN HOTEL.PaavoandCth St WORMLEI'S, 15th and II sts. n. w. CONGRESSIONAL HOTEL, Capitol mil. NATIONAL nOTEL, Pa avo and Cth at. BT. JAMES HOTEL, Pa avo and Cth St. TnE HAMILTON, Hth and K st a w. TOE BELVEDERE, Pa avo and 3d St. HOTELS AXU HESTAUltAXTS, MORGAN HOUSE, 35d St., above N. OWEN HOUSE, Pa. avo., near U.S. Troasnry. MT. VERNON HOTEL, 4S5 Ta. avo. a. w. EMMITTnOUSE, opposite II A O Depot. COLUMBIA HOUSE, 10th and E sts. LANGS (MORGAN HOUSE). 3200 M Bt n W. HAJIXENS AXU HOUSE GOODS. LUTZ A BRO., 407 Pa avo. K. KNEESSI'SBON,423 7th, HA11UWAUE. BARBER A ROSS, lltli and G ats. F. P. MAY A CO., 631 Ta. ave. CHAB. T. CARTER A CO., COO ra. avo, JAS. B, LAMBIE, 1415 N. Y. avo. W. WAONER, 2071 Pa. ave. F. A. SCHNEIDER, Pa avo and 18th at n w. L. II. SCHNEIDER'S SONS, 1008-10 Pa avo. J. B. KENDALL, 013 Pa nve. io i: oomi'axtes. TRANSPARENT IOE CO., 8337 Water at, GREAT FALLS ICE CO., 031 Pa. ave. INDEPENDENT ICE CO., Pa. av. and 12th at JEWXLEUS, HARRIS A SnAFBR, 1113 Pa, avo. MOORE A LEDING. 1100 Pa. ave. Ai L. SALTZSTEIN, r 605 7th st, W.S. TAPPAN.COlOthst. W. DRUNINGER, 020 Pa. avo. J. II. ALBER'S, 110314th St. J. S. BLACKFORD, 3133 M St. n, W. T. THOMPSON, 3143 M St. a. W. I.VMEEE UEALEKS. R. J. McLEAN, 13th and B sts. n. w. R,H.WILI.ETT,313 Cth st B w, A 15th A B BIB II W LIME. QEO, J. JOHNSTON, 1033 23th St. B. W. L AMI'S, MUDDIMAN, C. A., Oil 12th St. n. w. LA uxun V. WEST END STEAM LAUNDRY, Tol , 1019-3. CnAMriON BTEAM LAUNDRY, 1433 Pft avo. SWISS BTBAM LAUNDRY, 1333 F St. B. W. YALE BTEAM LAUNDRY, 623 10th Bt, n.W. DBXTEIt BTEAM LAUNDRY, 481 Cat, a, W. LAHIES' FVltXISHTXa HOODS. PALAIS ROYAL, 13th St. and Pa. avo, DOUGLASS A DUO. 512 and 6140th st.n. W. M1XE11AT, tVATEUS. C. II. SHAFFER A CO., 103 Pa ayo. MOXUMEXTAL WOllKS. aROROE I, BERNER, 033 Mass avu. 'TOPS. HBANY, 400-03 Masa aye. MEN'S FVENISHEltS. n. T. MILLER, 18th and Pa, avo. O I' DURDBTTE, 4377th at. MAXJVVEE AXU O HlltOVODlST, MME. l'AYN, 703 15th St. D. W. KENIB0N A SONS, 418 12 IStb at. n.Yf. WASHiHGTQN BUSINESS 01RECTQHY JUKfiCM. PHILADELPHIA, W. II. Coleman & Co. Conn ave and K st. CANNON A CHANDLER, "Homo." 11th and I ats. "FAHRAGUT," J. O. Pearson A Son, lBiJ Ka "CIRCLB," 8. U. OWYNNE, Vt avo and Lst. FRED, OIIBBN, 1933 Ta. avo., "BrlRhton.' H. I. MEADKlli covnor 8tli and I sta. so. J. It. CROWN, 1533 Hth St. n. W.,'EICeIsIoT., COTTAGE MARKET, 818 Hth St. n.W. r. J. TlDIiKTS, 1037 Conn nvo., "Palaoo." II. W. FISHER A SON. 32d and N Bti n W. AHUKOTON, Arnrdell & Falrfai. 13th L. NIT.T. SVl'VLIES, EDW. CORBETT, 430 Pa. avo. ME1WJTAXX TAILOltS. n.D.BARTi, 1111 ra. ftTO. L. K. DKVENDORf, 1410 Pa. aTO. W. II. CRANbTON. 1430 Pa, nvo. J, A. GRlRSBAUElt.4IB Oth St. n.W. II. KOPrEL. 1539 Hth Bt. n. w. Ott EN, ror ltth st and N Y avo a W. J. H. WILSON, s:23 Mat BNYDKR A WOODM 11th Bt. IIAHIIAN A BENNETT'. HIONYBTO aw. MACHIXISTS AXU EXOIXBERB, SHEPHERD A HURLEY, 201 12th Bt. K N OKAY A GO, Me avo, bet 3d A 4 ats. SIILLlXEHTj ETC. J. O. HUTCHINSON. 007 Ta. aTO. LONDON BAZAR, 71BMnrkot Bpaca. TIIE HON MARChK,8l07tbst.a. W. MRS. P. EMRICII, 3110 M Bt. n. w. A. M. FISHEL, 3134 Mat. n.W. B. COHEN, 623 lltli at a w. MAXTLES, TILES, FUEXAOMB, nAYWARD A HUTCUINSON. 431 Oth at. SULITAET AXU SOOIETX OOOBM. 8. N.MEYER. 023 7th St. Ol'STEH HEALEItS. EDWARD WESKR. 13th and E sta n W. KINGSLOW SON. 1030-23MBt Ol'TIOIAXS. FRANKLIN A CO,, 137 Pa. avo. II. II. IIKMPLKK, 4M Ph. ave. J. II. DRAMHALL, 807 14th St. B. W. 1'HOTO-T.ITHOmtAl'UERa. , THENOnRI3PETER3,CO418)ra aT. l'JUXT,EHS. TODD A DETWEILER, -420-2 11th St n W. GIBSON BROS, 12S3 Pft'avo. II F WILKINS. B13 10th st a W. J S TOMUNSON, 603 V at n w. B S ADAMS, 613 ilth at a w. H J MAHTCT.ooi a at a w. l'LVmiEBS' HUFI'LIES. K G SCHAFER A CO, 434-0 11th at n w. HENRY McSH ANR A CO, 819 ltlt st, T.SUMMERVILLE A SONS, 310-53 13th Btn W. FOT.AXU tfATEK AOEXO.T. juiiN kvwoiitu, oth and u sts. FIE HAKE US. TnE BIO FOUR. 1837-31 Mdave. NATIONAL PIE BAKERY.520 E Cap St. VIAXOS, OltOANS ANU MUSIC. EDW. F. DROOP, 033 Pa. ave. JOnN F.KLLI8,037Pa.avo. nuuo, woncn a co.. 023 7th st. F. 0. SMITH, 1225 Ta. avo. a. w. l'AVEJtiTAxaixas. OEO. WILLNER. 439 Oth St. W. II. SPEL81IOU8E, 1033 7th St. a. w. JOHN 8. P. GREEN, 4 JJ Oth St. A.M. TUBMAN, 1701 Pa. ave. l'Al'EK. " O. O. 8TOTT A CO., 818 8th St. E. MORRISON. 603 S07 Dt.n. W. EABTON A RUl'I'. 431 Hth st aw, HEAL ESTATE, W. H. BAUNDEIIS A CO., 1107 F Bt. a. w. McLACIILIN A HATCIIELDRH, 10th AG n.W. OUM.EY A BTBVKNS. 1333 F St. B. W. FRANCIS HUFTY, 1301 r Bt a. W. 8WOHMSTEUT A BRADLEY, 037 F St. B. W. M A BALL1NOBR. 1151 F st n vr. HllllXO SCHOOLS. Mr. and Mm. MIDDLETON. 1131 Ver ate. WASHINGTON, corner 23d and P ata HESTAUltAXTS. WM. nELMUS. 411 7th st. n. w. IlOt-S, 7th st. nbovo Pa. ave. n w. HENftY Al SCIIWEES, 12lh and F. ASIAN'S. 810 Olh st. n. w. OSliORN A HOBAN. 7th and G sti. IIARYEY-S.cornur Pn. nvo. and 11th st. n.W.' PATRICK M 001) E, CO t Pa avo. SAUTTKH.eoSiilhn. w. HANDBltS, 033 1) st. KARSCII'H, 1100 rennnavonw. I1HMIY KAKUNElt. (,3'J D st. J F JOHNHON, 4C3 11th st n w. E WAGNBR. 810 0th n u vr. GEO. F.KOZKL.UWHtUat. JNO. I, IIUIIKAIIT. ltth nnd Fstsnw. FRITZ REUTKIl'S, 41 Bt nnd Pa avo. HII.LIOES. 1320 Ta avo. J,VllllElt OUOUS. GOODYEAR RUBBER CO., 309 Oth st. n. W. HOLMES A CO., 511 Oth St. STA III. ES, W F DOWNEY. 1023 23 L st BP McOAULl.Y. "Tnlly-Ilo." 010 and 018Osi. PORTLAND STABLES. 011 and frll N Yavo. J T PRICE A RON, "National," 307-11 Cth St. J E BERRY. Ebbltt, 13 and O sis n W. JA8 a IlOWKN, 033-29 N Y avo n w. JOHN DUGAN, Market and Drldgo ata a w. SASH, HOOKS, HLTXHS, ETO. L. D. STONE, 203 Hth Bt. n. w. nvinxa machines. WM. 6TIBBL1NG, 1751 Fa avo. Homehold. STOXE. POT. BTONE CO., 8220 Water St. A'O.li' VOJtKS. WEAVER, KKNGLA A CO., 3211 Water at. STO VES, FVHNAC ESANH JlAXOES, D. F. GDY A CO.. 1003 Pa. avo. W. O. BERRY. 603 Olh at. f Alto plnmblnic. W. H. HARnoVER. 313 7th St. nw. sitoiiTixo coons. M. A. TArPAN. 1013 Pa. avo. J. II. KUEHLINO, 1200 fa. avo. SAFE HEI'OSIT COMl'AXIES, WASH. SAFE DEP. CO.. 310 Pa. ave. NAT. BAFE DEP, CO., N. Y, avo. and 15th at. SIOJIAGE WAREHOUSE. G. W. KNOX, 2d nnd B sta. nw. s an. ixstii umexts a.xu te vssxb CHARLES FISHER, C33 7th St. n. w. XrVElMITEJtS AXU SCFVLIXS, THE REMINGTON, cor 8th A F sta aw. II. A. CLARK A CO, 033 F n W. TEA ANH COFFEE. JOHNSTON HRO'S A CO, C07-13 N Y ave. RICHARD A CO, 038 Pa aye. TCI 1'0 ANU FAXQX GOODS, Cnn. RUPPBRT, 403-5 7th st nw, UNUElt TAKE IIS. JOnN R. WRIGHT, 1337 10th st a W. JOH. gawler, 1784 Pa ave. Telephone, HI R.F.HARVEY331'a.avo. GEO. F. ZUHIIOHaT. 320 Pa. ave. BO. O. 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