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THE OltlTIO, WASHINGTON, D. C, TIIUBSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 20, 1891.
iv '. M: ISJ- , VI "If m mv Hn:ciAi.a. lliiMdxim Sillies lit l'rl(r Wltlilll tlio Niopo of All llrcnlest IuuriIim tt ultcrnl In Bel-Room Unites The middle iliin of our boM clllrem in nfToril In buy m mil n he rich Jn't irid nnel pointer nt lhe price I' pltre lied room Unite M 1 3-pleco lied room Suite (Onlei nt JI3 r pleee lied room Sulli (Oikl nt it rhen Imrgnlim nrc not tol'C plikul up cvry liar, Oonrlnco j ourself of tlire niilie itd-ot mi eep. lug tciludlnns In nifli lUflrnlileitoodf Illation nccieieryil:ir or nlirlit ot joiir lllo hjr tIH In K tin' luriiltnrc i inpurlinii of Wmium II lluiuiirox A.lii,13I8ntiil tliliFM " . Itiiililrn's rnpuliir Iintnllmniit Homes. To tommente your New Year properly sniomt tlio first tlitnirn jnu ptiould do Is to p it )onr lioti'O In order, nml tlie iitace to bny jintr furniture to utte money nnd t rouble 1 Jnliu Hntlilcti's l'npnlnr lnftillment lloii-po at H M and Vtt Seventh street iiorltiuct. "1 here Is no artklo of honreliold iroodt but what ean bo found at thero ilonldo uloreii-at the lovet rah price on the Installment plan A (mill ih pauncnt nnd the balance to salt the pur chaier In other words, state jour own terms and they nil) be compiled Willi. KNU OK Till: TRIENNIAL COUNCIL. Intel est Iiir AiMii'm' nt llio CloiliiR Scssllltl, Aflerii8ucieifiil csiluii of four liny, I lie Woman's National Council hai ml journal, nntltlm women composing the eennciilleiii, crliii3 the I rj;ct ever lipid, fill Hint llicy liaM ncconipllsliol a (,-rcnt ilcil, nml lire ready In continue their work nllli renewed ciiirij. An extra silon win held yesterday iiftiriiciein, nt which general iiiliicllancoui iticMloin wcreilNcn!ed, mid Ihu session lroxcd n ery liitcre-tln;; one. 'J lie papers rend and uddrees tiuido were out of the ucncral line, hut nt the Mine time wcrouf mi InterotliiK nature. l'flrti were read by Mnry 1'. Seymour, tdilrcsHof the Jliitlncn U'omhii's Jiimual, on "Ocnipatloin ut Women nt Date;" llr. Allco 11. htixklinm, 'Tliu U-iral llisablll ties of Wimiur," l-'rniKii V. Iiusell,"lm irocd llrerv;" Llllinu WhltliiR, editress of tlio Huston llmlifl. "flic loiirmtli'ttc Oullookj" Antoinette Vmi Itousen Wake innti of tlio CIiIiiizii ll, "What Do the Mpis of thoTlnuM Hliilfvj" Knllieriiio i:. I'cnnny of the UoMnn Viivl. "flio Mt cratttrcot Moral I.nullness," mid "Volun tary Mothei hood," by Clinrriott blantuil llhtcli. At the Jlnal session of the council last night Mrs. l'otter 1'iiluier, ircililciit of the lady bontil of managers of the World's l'nfr, wain uniliuints llRilre nnd many of the ladles utlicroel around her tu oiler cctmrnlulnlli'iii. Sirs, rioicmu llnlsarino of Loudon made n most excellent adilro-s In behalf of lietlcrinp the (oudltlou of the working women. Her nililriM was an admirable one. and brought forth frequent applause. flie calil Hie uiii'u wnm snired one and one in which nil vtuuiin should feel n deeti intercut. Mrs. Totter I'M mi r was the next speaker, and uuidcuu uddress nhlih pleased the nitdiintc. Anions other thinirx she stld that for t lie llrst time In our hNtory the inolhrrx, wives and daiishtfrs of America hate men icrmltted to assist In the man i(;ni(iit of an Important national enter price, and hnvobeen nlluwidthe IiIMi hut (U moralizing privilege of Mippiii!; their lingers into the national purse laughter, in older that thev might prepare an object let-son, thon lug the progress of women during thciiiitiiry in whlih educational and other privileges haebecu accorded hir. Wo wish toshow that with tlio en largement of her opportunities, hersphcro has extended and broadened until she now works suicessfully in almost every Held heretofore given up exclusively to her, cx tept that she lan do many tilings and do Hum all well, and that there arc no intel lectual heights she cannot scale. Hers arc essentially Ihc arts of piacennd progress, mid hci best work is shown in llic reforms she has had tlio lour.igo and the Ideality to inauguratu against time-honored wrongs, both legislative mid social, and in the gradual ilcvatiouof the standard of morality. Mrs. Rvhclla Itcechcr Honker, sister of Henry Ward lliecher, spoke upon tlio "Qui en Isabdla Assoilntloii." Othir uddresses wero made, and the imiventlon iidjourned with prajcr by Mrs. Anthony. nippeil the Doc'n Kurs. A ca'-o of considerable imporlaiien to dog fanciers was Irled In the I'olice Court this morning. Trunk W. Mouliou, a Mtnographer and tlio owner of n dozen or more valuable (unlnes was iharged by Agent JI. T. Key of the Huninnoboiiity with criultv to animids. 'Iho cruelty lomistcd in hl hav lug clipped the e.us of n bull terrier that he owned. Mr. Moultou was UifiiuUd by Attorney H. 11. Davi, mid admitted that the dog's i.irshad been cllpixi!, lint that it was aprnititcfolloned bv all dog owners nioro for the protection than the injury of the animals. Mr. D.ivfs took the ground that In sonic Instances the human as well its the uuimal ear wjs mi nboitivo npiudage, but Judgii Miller did iut agree with him mid asked him how he would like to have his removed. Mr. Key biid lhat the hiciitv for (lie 1'roteillon of Animals in New York State had made many similar cases, and some heavy lines had been im posed. Judge Miller took the ia$e under cousidiratlou. Tlio lloaton Bympliony Concerl Tlio lloston Bympliony Onhcstr.i will give their fourth concert in Lincoln Music Hull this evening at 8 p. m., assisted by Mr. Vlndlmir do Tachiuauii, the distin guished pianist. The programmo will bo one of great beauty and classic lo adegrec. llccthov en's "Symphony in No. 7" will bo givm in tlio placo of the "Jlroica" symphony, 'lhe overturo to 'Tronic thins" by Golelmark, the "Andantluo" and "fiihcrzo" by Tschalkowsky will bo line things well worth hearing. A promi nent feature of the evening will he tlio "7J minor Concerto" of Io7.irt nndscv eral f Chopin's loviliest lomjiosltions, per formed by Air. Taihniauu, who 1ms al ready inndcu reputation as an Interpietcr if Chopin, Trj' licrkeley. liriluiii;pil llio CongreHsitioii. CongressniHii Morrill of Kansas nnel (.oiigressnian Mansur of Missouri np I cartel In Tollco Court this morning as the iirosccutliig witnesses against John Wise, the owner and driver of a hack, chnrgcil with oven barging them. Yesterday they cmplovid Wise to tnko them from tlio Capitol to tlio White House, and from thereto the ollleo of tbo Secretary of the Treauiry. In all, they we re driven about twenty-one blocks, and the time occupied was ono hour and two minutes. Tor his services AVIso demanded mid was juldf.' by Congressman Morrill. According to thohaik rules this was an Overcharge of llfty cents. Tlio defendant said that ho had driven n liaik here for tweuty-llvo years, mid that he had ncv er been ace used of violating tlio law before. Judge Miller imposed a line of $5. llerkeley is pure. rttira on CommiiiiMiii, At tho Nationalists Hall last night Mr. Max O'corgio explained the difference existing between communism and soci ology. The niicakerfiMil that n number of writers in their anal v slant the two sub jects made them ono nnd tho same thing, which wiis mi erroneous Idea, Tho lecturer In an interesting fashion reviewed the existence of communism from tho davs of Tlufo and Aristotle to the present tinit'i llerkeley pure rye whisky. Slllltlitiiion Nlmrpaliiiolctri. Company A, Seventh Ilattallon, scored lhe following last night. Sergeant Tree man, 50, '-'3, Sergeant Webster, 'ii, I", Ser geant Hvvallcs, 17, ID, II. T. Whito, 111. 10, U. M. lllackbunl, IS. Id, W. 11. llr.idlov, ,'M, lieutenant .Mali hi, II), 17, I). II llronn, 11,10; Lieutenant Hudson, 1U, 17. 11 jcr gallon, 1 per quart, SOc. a pint, Filed for Probate. Tho will of tho late Margaret M. Cfoffut was filed for probate yesterday, 8hei bo i ucn I lis a note and mortgage of f L1.000 to her husband, William A. CrofTut. To her her sister, Carollno M. Whcelock of Dan bury, Conn., sho beiieatlis all right In her proicrty Inherited from her father, Horace Marshall. Tliarn, 818 V street northwest. LOCAIi TALKS. Wlml rciaons, I'roioliirnt nml (lllior vtlsc, I lint li liitcicnt Tliein. J'rank T Nclson-rJo yotwee that man getting on tlio street car? Well, I call him thoFcwIng Machine Congressman About four ) cars ago he callcel on mo lo do some lav or for htm, which I did, It accomplished the desired result, I did not nk, neither did 1 expect, any re mincrallnr. for what I bad done. At the did of the session Mr. Congressman e.imu lo mo and said: "You cannot realize bow much I appreciate the little favor you performed for me. I am Interested in a sewing machine manufactory in New Yen); State auel In eoneiiienio of what vou have done 1 will scud jouoneof our uil mat hints,' I told Mm very pithily (tint I could not nreept it, nnd that, furthermore, mv wlfo already had two ami diet not want nuy more. Hut he Insisted that I should lic et) t it, nnel said he would forward It to mo within lhe next two weeks. That was the Inst that I heard of tlio machine until the middle of Ihc follow lug session, when the Congressman met nie one day mid ex iilalneel that the factory had burned down, but Hint I should have the tinstone turned out of Ihc new fnitory. That was two jearsngo, and I have not seen him lo speak to slnre until today. He asked "Well, what hic you going lo do after Congress adjourns?" "Oh. go to .Vew York on ii little llshlng trip," I replied, "Tlshlng for what'"' he continued. "Tor n sowliig-iiiaihluc," I said. He turned on his heel mid walked nwny. Janus Campbell Comparing the other day an authenticated imrtraltot Voltaire with a recent photograph of Ingcrsoll, I noticed the remarkable similarity of shape In the heads of these two grcit caustic, e.vnles rcgatdlng religion. Ilotli buvc the sumo oval fo relic. id with whitened halrat Ihc temples, worn In a caichss Mile. Hut (here the semblance ends. The great Trench philosopher has an nciulllne nose nnd tliln compressed li s, the under one protruding, the icsitlt ul defective teeth mid old age. His face beats ii resemblance to Dante's, "Topan Hob's" visage is round ami dim pled llko one of IiapliacTs cherubs, the soft double chin resting on a nick white and soft us n woman's. Tlio Impartial hand of life's executioner that has faded out the Kreuchuuin's llalit will some day fall upon the head of America's gicut in fidel, who in the twilight shadows of Plutonian shades will confront the "Cusitiscd" eountennnccof his eighteenth icntnry contemporary and they will mourn tlio futility of thelrdodrlues. Carter Harrison We guides InthcDe pattnunts arc gathering in iiiileagondly niimbor of Shekels during the past few dajs. There has been an enormous crow d of visitors in the city and they have cen tered around Hie different tiovernnient Departments as bees hover around the hive. Tim Woman's National Council has launched a largo delegation upon us, and Ihese ladies liHt on seeing every thing that Is of the least Interest. You may be sure that they see ever thing th it is to he seen. W. (I. Drawer, jr. I tell you Washing ton lias u wonder in the shape. of a boy telegraph operator. His mum1 Is W. H. Tlunkelt. He hails Irom Atlanta origi nal1 and is about li! years old. Young Tlunl.cltis the proprietor of a brilliant bind or hair, wliu.li, were It the proprty of a .veiling lady, would ho etem illy sug gestive of white horses. When lie standi llat-ionlid lie is nut little lilglur tlian (lie table at which he works, hut despite his small stature mid voutlifiil brains, he stands nmong his fellow oiTiitors as.lohu l,.huIUv an docs among prize llghter it you will excuse the invidious comparis lin knocks tlicm all out. This lad was t tiniest out bv the Western Union office in AHaula. After leaviutr there he worked In the Atlintn olllce of the Central road, whence ho was trans ferred to Optllta; then to Columbus, and nftciward to Aincricus. Ho makes a beautiful copy, and tho fastest sendor on the line is not too swift for him, while ho is as much nt home with tho key that the bi't receiver ulong tho road is hard put to keep up with him. Ohl he's n phenome non. Charlie llacon, advance agent for ltosu Cnghlun Manager Augustus Tltou's new play is cnlillid " The Tower of the I'resj." It seems lo me that it Is to bo the most Inipmtant priidiiitlouseeii In nnnvje.irs. itfsaplav full of hcart-lnlerest from bo glnning lo end, and full of realistic scenes of life as seen In and near all cities in the world. Hut Ibis play bus alt of Its scenes laid in anil near New Yen I:, nnel only Ihloiigh Hie client unil ever ready assist ance of what has become the greatct I owtr on earth to do good mid bring to the nolle o of millions of people how they (an help In restore those who hive been unfortunate and needy. Hoy many licoplo have felt this power mid been brought back to homo mid happiness I This "ovvcr Is the power of the press I.DMON ISI.IMlt. Its Wnnilerfnl Hnvct on tlio r.Iinr, Momtuli, llovvels, Kliliieyfl mid Itlooil. Dr. Sfozley's Lemon Hllxlr Is a pliasant lemon drink that positively cures all 1111 loiisucss, Constipition, Indigestion, all Sick and Nervous Headaches, Kidney Dis ease, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, l'cvers, Chills, I'ulpitatlou of Heart, and all other diseases caused by disordered liver, slomuch and kldnejs, the llrst great cause of all fatal diseases. TO cts. and 1 per bottle. Sold by druggists. Prepared only by H. Mozlcy, M, 1)., Atlanta, Ga. T.emnll Hat Diops. For coughs and colds, take Lemon Hqt Drops. Ten soro throat and Bronchitis, take Lemon Hot Drops. 1'or nncumonla and Larvnirltls. take Lemon Hot Drops. i'or consumption mid Catarrh, talco Lemon Hot Drops. Tor Hemorrhage and all throat and lung disease, take Lemon Hot Drops. An elegant and reliable preparation. 25 cents, nt druggists, I'repared only by Dr. II. Mozlcy, Atlanta, On. I.4irtiiti) mi Isit tin ttl lias, "Natural Gas and Petroleum of Peiin sjlv aula, New York and Ohio" was tho subject of an Interesting lcituro delivered by Mr. r.H. Newell of tlio GeologUnl Survey last evening at Alltiouls' Church. The lecturowiislllustrattd by stcreoptlcon views, showing the methods of drilling for gas and oil mid tho nature of the coun try surrounding the wells. Tho great de velopment of tho natural gas industry was shown, and gas is now used as fuel in many rolling-mills, glass-houses, and for generating steam in thousands of boilers. Tho explosion of natural gas, tho lecturer raid, is largely due to tho fact that the Tennsj lvania gas is odorless, and its presenco cannot be detected by ordinary means. I'lnml fur Tlielr Itovelry, John Lucas, Isaac Williams, Louis t Lucas, Albert Lucas mid (I. D, Moulton were before Judge, Miller this morning, the four llrst mentioned (barged with dis orderly conduit and the latter with mi as suultitpon his wife. Olllcers Cotter and O'reily found them all carousing and drinking In a house in I.yncli's alley, near Prospeit and Th'rty-second street, and making a racket that could be heard for three bloiks. During tho carousal George 1). Moulton mt Louisa Lucas on the left arm. Ho had to pay 1U for the assault and the others were lined f.1 each, Slay I Inward 'a Farewell Appearance. This Is the last season May Howard, tho reigning burlesque queen, will bo seen on Ihc vaudeville stage, Shu lias signed with the "Natural Gas' Company, and wilt ap iiear in burlesque no more. Her recep tion at Kernan'sthls vvcelc lias bo.n very cordial, a legion of admirers taking a last fond look nt the favorite rpteen. To-night Miss Howard will, bv seclal request, sing her great success, "1 ho Letter That Never Cumv." Military Order of Wiinlilngtou, The Ilnal secret session of tho Military Order of Washington for the Initiation of new members was held nt tho Washing ton Light Infantry Armory last night and about llfty new members wero put through thadegrees. Delegate r.eavo fur Their Homes. The majority of the delegates of tin Junior Onfer United American Mechanic) left for their homes last evening, Tua morning was spent in slghtseelns auj visiting the various points of Interest lu and about the Capital. WHAT KNOMSIIWOMKN WEAH. Phnttrr Dresner, I'nlnteit Shoes, unit Delicate Sllli St ortclncs. J-'rcm Hit I union 7Vne It Is staled on excellent authority that Tugllshivomen Inline! to wear shorter (lrtses next season than any that have been in fashion for some time. Hitherto icproaches have been burled by Contl nenlal sMers nt Ihc heads mid feet of feminine Knglnnd. '1 he cmnnelpatloii of the fmmcr having been satisfactorily nc eomplMifd, our Indies Inlcuel that the Inllir shall also be given n fair chance of holding their own, cnuequinlly much attention Is to be devoted lo their dainty mid becoming Incnscment. Tolnteil toes will not go out, though square toes will como In, n sensible com promise by which two sepcrate styles of leet enn be suitably lilted. Hoots will bo built higher than heretofore, and will be laced Inside the buttoning to sccuro licit nets of lit round the ankle. .Shoes, how ever, will he much moic worn than boots Our elltiintc Is fatal In a short time to the lip) eiirance of vvliatareti-ihnlcally known us fancy shoes for outdoor wear. The newest arc made with u high tongue over the Instep. A buckle, w hie h may liens antbi'ie, hand some, and ns costly us possible, Is placed ( li it strati which buttons across below the instep. Other shoes nre cut quite low at the toe, nml are secured to tho foot by n single strap. With all these, It Is almost iKdllcss lo mid, the prettiest and moit delicate silk stockings will be worn to match the costume. A Virginia. 'Mullet." 1 urn Hit Lolvtiiliiii Ida,) Aim. Kentucky, which has been called the mother of "Jullcls," will find n powerful rival in the old Plato of Virginia, ono of whose daughters has lately made her debut ns a legitimate star. Miss Alberta (lalhitln, concerning whom (here has been considerable newspaper talk. Is the daughter of tho distinguished Conlederato, tlcncral Albert Gallatin Jen kins, who was killed In tho late war, and a graudulcce of Albert (iallalln, at one time ecrctary of the United States Treas ury. Miss (lallattn possesses a lovclv mobile face, a graceful llguro nnd n rare degree of Intelligence. Hhohos been most success ful In delineating such characters as Juliet. Tartlicnin and Julia. Her talents arc suillclcntly varied to enable her to as sume with good effect n wide range of emotional and tragic parts. flcncral Washington may have been very truthful, but that Is more than can be said of general Washington dispatches. Tezm tScffnys. "Ami v&s -KewCoIIar, Footwear n. Footsore. How inanrrpcclal ottering" ) ou will see In our dally pnpeis regarding low prlco rutm of every description. VV e have not uiadens mnny erforts In this department us It Is entitled to. ho, on account or Its neglect we liuvo selected some of our Illicit gooJe and plxcd them on mile for 1 IIIMAV AM) XAIUHDAV ONLY, nt n price thfit Is a lots to u and n great giln to vou. Indies' lino intent leMlicr vamp, tun. serge lop, haiiel seweel. low heel, Cfrcclan Inc, JI'lS. si)0 VAl.Vn I miles' timid turn Trench l.ld, CnlKorlil.i toe, seumlcss, with over-vauip, 1 1 w. -Cll VAI.UK. 1 pdles' One patent leather, seamle I imp, Dcingolntop, (ipern tne.VViiukc ni'li.i-llmt, $1 K JO mi VAI.l K I tullet' Trench Kid, hiiitun, Tiirls toe, linu . turn, liemket over vnmi, 1N) NlKl VAI.Ui;. Indies' line Ilungiiln, Indvewcd, extension tole, oi em nnel (oiuinn-i scne, J.,' V). l(l ai.ui: Lndles' Dnngols, opera nnd ijiuiuoii ec.ise, button lloots, tun frlOO U.TC, We I.AK. wllliuut rsceptlnu, Iho llnent line it Hojb' t-hocj lanile In this r.iuiitrj tn-ili.i. IHgnii.V. Uuilson, l,enhetir, cv eirk are the ninkrm llo)' button anil liired pntcnt-leilher shoes, ske run fruui 2 to h.V, Including VIenV sm ill sfes, the stock Is tht, unest Ticucli inalurlil, nnd were niululosell fnrf I K 1'iirtHoiUje ttei will belong lo our trndo at Jkls. 'Jliesnmethlngln voutlis'. 'lliesetlre run from lllo .', mid tor tuoilije we noil Ihrm for J J 15 Cnir, liiitlnn nml Uil . with tip, Bennies T&iup, nunc sizes as the linen', $2,73. l'lnc Trench cult, heed, entirely plain vamp, Turin toe, sixes 'Hi to ll.SLf 150 licit lumliid t lift t these are (loodjenr linnd sewed, vi: ham: aiiouV .ii paiim ot ciiii.-iiiikn-(5 iiiriuirm i.iift. We clear them nut, for l'rldny ami SJntarday, AT 13CKMS. Wo onlj lnnelle leather stock, bho lily lis. nnehance with us. 'llierefore, when we offer .vou llilldrcn's Shoes ns low in 'St cent a pair, they arc lunde ot tho very best ot leniher, vi inked liuttiinlinlcs, and alltle. You will llnd our Tnotiicarus nearpeifec- Hon ns they (an ho made, our prices exception- nil) Ion, nnel our department the only private shiipiilngplnie for Udles In this city. 'lllLsii AKE I'HIDAY AND SA'lUttDAY l'ltlCUs. Twelfth and F Sts. N. W. KAITMAN HIC IvMl. PHBST M1LWAUKKE UEUIt. BEST On Account ol Purity, Ago and Strength. I'rom tho Cboiccal Mult anil Hop. Kpeclally (lood FOR FAMILY USE. Uenetlclnl for Weak and Uobllltntcil l'crfous, It linlgoratel nnd proiiiotcudlsealton.Klrlng n normal touo to tho atomach, and thereby lu crcmlug Iho appetite. WAblllNU'lOX IIIIANVII, 703-705 North Capitol St Telephone 273. R. S.WIDDICOMBE Manager. EVANS' DKVTAU PAltLOUS. - t ' W7 I'a. ove. n. w. 'if cm eitractea noilthrelir without oaln or danger bv our inlulen ayttem uanuie&a vejee--table vanur. In aa by at only, It! effect! ire pleaiaucand traaa lent. Artificial toeta, crowa aad hrltlge work atreMOBtliltvrhxa JLJk THE COMBINATION BBBB- .. mmn YEERHOFF 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, OABINETS, FRAMES, PEDESTALS, &c. Galleries Open Until 9 o'clock During Opening. C3--A.S STOTEIS For Heating Bath Rooms, Bed Rooms, Halls, Libraries, &c. ALbO 8TOVS3 FOU HATTERS, TAILORS, CONFECTIONERS, v TINNERS, &c, .Ssc. Washington Gaslight Company 411-413 Tenth Stroot North west, THE MOMENTUM ENGINE, MANDFAOTOHED BY THE American Energizer Manufacturing Go. XjI TTxl-boea., 1410 F STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. O. Works at Bonning's, D. O. Tho Somo Horso-Powor for Ono-Tonth of tho Oonl. Estimates rurnlBhod for tills Enslne or Momentum Enerslzor, whereby parties can use Eloctrlclty Tor Llgbtiiifr Purposes, ualriff their present botler unel onglno, maUlnB the light cost merely the price or pirttlntr In the Enorjrlzor rind Dynamos, 7Uh0ut ualntr any more fuel, and Blvlna Tncreasod results in horse-power for the steam evaporated. This Engine was expected to fall on trial trip as a wrong philosophy. On the contraiy, It succeeded and works splendidly. Infringers Will Be Prosecuted. THE INCREASE THE CIRCULATION or k,The Critic" IS HEALTHY AND bUBbTANTlAt,. "THE CRITIC" presents ALL the NEWS In a compact and attractive manner. That is the reason people want It. Grund, Upright and Square PIANO -FORTES. tjpcclal Attention ot 1'nrchueri 1 In Tlteel to Our "NEW ARTISTIC STYLES," Fluleucelln UciIkm o( "HiailKST DKUOHATIVE AltT. PIANOS FOR RENT. Second linnet rianot t All I'rlcee. Wm. Knabe & Co., 817 Market Space. DQB CEREB. STERLINO, MIHNEOLA, QOLDBN UII.L And you will always have beautiful Uroael, Holla and UlscultA. Wholesale lxpot, corner. Flrot Street . and Indiana Avenue. . WM. M. OALT Se OO. KIN ABE I (TERES V OF HEAVY-WEIGHT Suits andOvercoats, NEWYQRKCLQTHIHGHQUSE. Wo are determined to close out all Wlntor Garmonta before tho season is too far advanced. PricoH aro reduced to ONE HALF ACTUAL VALUE. All 88, $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 12.60. 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. 03STE PEIOH, 311 Seventh Stroot North woBt, Wo close ot 7 p. u. Sstnrdsy, 11 p, in, 1HTKT.N AND ItKSTAUKANTS. "jO"iJW YOiTk BUiTKr,"" 403 TEST II 8TIIEK r N, W Best and Purest Llnuors In tho City, ported Cigars, Im- JAMES II. COSTELLO Pioprletor. IcjTM rilHK EB1HTT, WASIHNUT0N, D. O. Army and Navy llcadciturters. Four Iron l'lro Eacipcs, TEIIMS-J3 snd f I Per Dsy. WILIltB'S HOTEL, WASHINGTON, D, C, O. Q. STAPLES, Late ot Thousand Itl. Home, Proprietor. S' T. JAMES' HOTEL, . KVKOPEAN.PIJXN, Blxtb street a'ud'i'enufy)Ti)la avenue, L. WOODUUHY, Proprietor. mwm BUSINESS DIRECTORY AllTMTS',t VAIXTJSIIH' SVVVLlllS. QEO. HYNEAL, Jn .418 ?tlt si. n. w. I'ltEl) A. hCIIMlDT, Mil Dth St. mAhCI8MILLKIt,3ai70tlist.n. w. B1IANAHAN, HBILI.Y & CO,, 1011 l'A. (IVO. It. M. 1IKOWN, Ktl 7lh st O. O. ItlGOI.KI. 14C0 lllli st. n. w. JAM IIS M. IIODOES & SON, 1312 Vn ftro. AUOlllTV.OTS, 3 AS. (1. nil.t,, Corcoran ntilldlng. ASTlQVr. I'UHS'tTVHK. A. S. Z1MMB1U. N. 410 Dtli St. A VC TWXr.EUX, DUKCAKSON DUOS., cor. Oth anil D iti. jiutn DKAhiins, KDWAItD S. SCHMIDT, 317 13th St. 11. IT. B. IIAItTIlltECUT, llmtlist, nvtT.nr.Kb1 Httrvhixs. JA8. II. MtOILL, 008 11 st n w. nniifFKus. PABST IIIIEWINO CO ,70J ! North 0 St. BKIIONEI1 & ENO EL B :tK'.C,0.,Va. ar. A th ANNIIEUSEIt-nUSCII UI1EW, ASS'N, Dol. and Ya. aro. JULIUS BISBNIiEISS.8thandLst.B.eW.B. B. C. PALMfi.lt, 015-91 D St. 8. W. TDK NATIONAL BHEWINO CO..3H0th II. W. BAItTnOLOMAY BRKW CO. 303 lllh st n W. WASU'M BUBWEKY CO., Telopnono Utl3. iWFrr.Ts. n.B.Krn.EWOOD.1483 0st n. W. lIUlininEYS. 415 13th St. n. W. caul nEuiucn. 417 istust. n. w. BOB H0LT7.MAN, 1113 N. Y. aro. J. H. 1!0SSELI 13M K st n.W. LEW NEWMEYEIt, Oth and ra. are. O, W. DIUVKlt, COS Pa. avo. D. HAOKliTY, 1503 Pa, aye, JlI KXItS. 3. n. HEISIKOER. 1018 18th st. n. w. JOHN STEINLE, (00 E. Cap. at. BCllNBIDEB,4l3l8t.n. W. JtOTTItliltX. B. C. PALMED, 1MI Mill St. DW. TnE ARLINGTON BOT. CO., 27th and K n.W. nvxTr.u, oitnnsi! axu naus. JAB. F. OYSTER, Pa. nre. and Oth St. HVTOUBUS. A. LOEFFLKIt, &10-43 Ccntro Harkot. TIIOS. T. KE ANE 40 to 51 Centre Market. J. II. BUSCHER, (30 to Ml Centro Market. EDW. BROOKE, C31 33 Ccntro Markot. OTTO C. RUPPERT.01 03 Centre Market. A.J. RILEY, U7-C3 Ccntro Market. It 10 TOT.lSa, GEO. B. ATWATER CO . 1421 14M Pa. aVO. OVERMAN WHEEL CO, 713 13th St n W. jwots, snor.s asu itvitimus. 3. II. MOHAN. 431 Oth st. A. L. IIAZLETON, 4337th St. M. STRICKLAND, 0J0 Pa. are. OEO. W. Ricn, 717 Markot Space. HOW ELL & MURRAY, 000 7th St. n. W. JOHN C. V ILLES, jr.. 018 7th St. u. w. L. llEILBUUNS, 40? 7th st.n, W. J. I100L, One Pt lco Shoe House, 729 7th st. NATIONAL HOTEL SHOE STORE, 459 Pa aT. II. WALKEK TUCKER, 1933 Pa. avo. JOS. A. REPETTI, 317 Ta. avo. a. 0. M. GKBENBAUM.3I31 M St. B. KIC1I A SON, 1355 4 7th nw. J. J. GEORGES A SON, lilt Pa avo. JI A xki; its. RIGGS & CO., Ta. avo and Iftb St. LEWIS JOHNSON & CO , 10th and Pa. are. COIthON MACARTNEY, 1110 P St. BATEMAN & CO , 1111 V st. n. W. WM. MAYSE & CO., 510 Oth St. WOODS 4 CO., UCO F St. n. W. LEWIS G. TE WKRBURY & CO., 1335 F. n.tXKH. CENTRAL NAT. BANK. 7th St. and Pa. aro. SECONW ATIONAL.503 7th St. n, W. COl UMBIA NATIONAL, Oil V St. n. W. NAT. BANK REPUBLIC, 7th and D sts. FARMERS' A MECll.'SNAT.,lor.Mand31st. iii)oksi:i.li.i:s axi bTAVioxnua W. n. LOUDERMILK & CO., 11 20 Y. V M. BALLANTYNE &, SONS, 183 7th St. A. K.WILIHM8. B312J7thst.il w. W. n. MORRISON, 1334 Fi . CHAPMAN &. TAYLOR, 013 Pa, aro. nw. EASTON HUI'P, 431 11th st nw. COXTJtAVlOltS. LITTLEFIKI.I) & ALVORD, VOth and D sts. CAiwr.r cui:.ixi:ns. EMPIRE STEAM CJ1 5 Mas no. T. IL, YOUNOS, ljOJ P, nvo n w. c.tAOiTj;, i.Yn Aiyxixos. M. G. COPEIJVND, 403 lllh st nw. CAitii Jtnaifi runs, NAT'L CASH REGISTER CO, 10th & E stsnw. OAin'vxrr.its axu uuilduhs, ALEX. MILLER, 131S Ohio avo. DARBY & DAVIS, 1330 13th st n w. C. A. LANGLEY, 810 13tb st n w. VAT,. lriXJSS AXI1 JMAXhJKS. TOKALON WINECO ,011 14th st. cults j;t c umtno toh. M.C.Wn.BLAN,10C3F8t. c ate units. V. FREUND, 702 Oth St. D. w. D, J.WEYMAR,1103I Utlist ALEX. rORTIN, 1028 17tb st II W. LOUIS CnAPINS, 1741 L st n v. GRAY & BRO., 1703 L st n W. MAISON RETTI, HC3-12Connave. VJUOTJIItlltS. VICTOR EDLER, 027-30 7lhnw,00r.Mass.aV. M. KAUFMAN, corner 8th and I sts. se. I. HAMBURGER & SONS. 031 Pa ave. N.Y.ONS PRICE CLOTHING, 311 7tb st.D.W. GOLDEN EAGLE CO , 211 Pa. ave. s. 0. W. NORDLINGER, 3107 V st. n. W. B. RICH A bON. 1823 4 7th nw. a a tut r Ad us. ANDREW .7. JOYCE'S SONS. Warerooms, 102S so Conn, ave ; Factory, 413 lo llttinw, W. F. GBYER, 4C0 Pa. ave. Also harness. nORtE AND CARRIAGE BAZAR, 038-12 La. McDERMOTT & BRO., 310 Pa. ave. n. W. B. J. MBEKS, No 031 CI It n w. WILLIAM WALTERS BON, lltbandOstsnw COOK & JABOE, 3293 9 M It. A. H. GREGORY, N Y avo and Ctb St. aoxrxoTioxjsns axj oaves, J. FUSSKLL, 1423 N. Y. avo. T.JARVIS,4200thst. HINKE A BUDD, B10 Otb St. CHAS. F. FLEISCnMANN, 1410 Pa. ave. OAVES. TEMPLE IIOTEL, Otb St., op. U.S. Pat. Office). Tn E NEW ENGLAND CAFE, 618 Oth st, ELKS' DINING ROOMS, 030 Pa. avo. C OA VEO TIOXEIIS. M. BRILL, 417 Oth St. Wholeialo. R. II. E. DEUHRING, fill 11th st. Wholesale. FIELDING A CO., 437 Pa. are. GILL'S, 1429 F St. S11EE1 Z A CO., err, 10th and F sts n w. BRESNAHAN A CO., 4107th St. n. W. F. NEWTON, 1739 41 Pa. are. n. W. EMMEHTS, 410 7th st. n.w. A. OUTEKUNST, 1324 lltll St. n W. 1ITAMOXIIS, JACOBS BROS., 1229 Pa ave. nr.ouitATOit. HENRY F. REH. 330 12th nw, ' i nut ouuns, JOHN n. SMOOT. 914 1 M St. W. M. SnUSTER A SONS, 919 Pa. ave. LANSUURQK A BRO., 430 to 420 7th St. n. w. BEATON PERRY. Pa. ave. and Otb at. THOS. J. LUTTItELL. 1030 Pa. ave. JOIIKSON ALUTntELL.713 Market Space. T. REINH ARUT, 010 7th St. n. w. 8. J. FISI1EL, 1930 ra. aro. GEO. F. HARBIN, 319 Pa. avo. s. e. S. I). BURCII A CO., 1508 7th St IIW. STERN'S DRY GO IDS nOUSE, 001 6 7th n. W. W. D. CLARK A CO,, 811 Markot Space. GEO. COMBS, 1612 14th St. n, W. CRAIG A JACKSON, 3140 M st, n. W. 8.F. SMHU. 8120 M st.n. W, HERMAN'S EMPORIUM, 33 7 41 it a W. M KOIINBR A BRO, 1133 7th St n W. nxmns axu hoouhrus, 3, 3, FISUER A CO, 830 F St n W. BltlGaS'N.Y.STEAM DYE HOUSE, 7038th St. ANTON FISCHER, 003 0 St, J, BIRKNBR, 114 4 st u w, Established 1831, B. A. REEVES, 814 K St, nw. ANTON LERC1I, 1603 H Y avo. MMK TAULELD. 013 UtUst n W. J, J, FISUER A CO,, WO. Fit a w. rsS'j s J-J J- r ss- v . j j s jutvaaisTs. IRANK P. WELLEIt, 731 8th St. Z. I). OILLMAN, C27 Pa avo. T.E.OOItAJI, UlU'a.avo. SAMUEL T, 8TOTT. National Hotel Rulldloi; llOMEOrATHIO PHARMACY, 1007 It st, GEO. A. BEN1LKY, 14th and Corcoran sis, CI.M. SOTHORN, s.o.cor,32d ami O sts. n.w. HEMSHUHO A ELUOIT. 100J 11th St. n. Wt W. D. HUM E, 30th and M sts. n. w. CCHRISllANISI Pa avo. G(IO SIMMS, cor N Y ave and 1 Ith st. JOHN R MAJuR, SCO Till st n W. vxaitA raits ,c niTiwuit.n'itaits. J. L. KERRAttn, 1012 Pa avo. GEO.HAA8.Jr, ItCOPnavo. A. D. GRAHAM, llfuO I'a ove n W. et.v.o Title f.taitrcuxTjtAOTUits ROYCB A MAREAN, 1108 Pa. ave. J. II. KUEHLINO, 1200 To. avo. J. U. IlURKET A CO., 1 100 N. Y. avo. WABP'N CONbTIIUOTION CO, C09 12th St. EToitixas, ExaitA nxas, xxo. McEI.ROY'8 ART STORE, 1003 Pa. avo. W. n. VKERHOFF, 1221 Pa. ave. and 411 and 410 7th st. n.w. VLOUlt MILLS. PIONEER FLOUR MILLS. A. B. CROPLEY. 1 1.0 It I STS. W. 8. FISHER, 1133 Pa ave n w. ,T. U. SMALL, 14th and G sts. n. w. N. STUDER, 030 F st, n. W. A.GUDEABRO.,1113Fstnw. A.GARDER, 1 103 Conn avo n w. C. STRAUSS A CO . 403 8 Ccntro Market. TDEOUORE DE1DR1CK, 1217 F St. mtii lysvitAXOE ooiuvaxies. FIREMEN'S INS. CO,, 7th St. and La. avo. COLUMBIA FIRE INS. CO., 1410 Fst. n. w. CORCORAN FIRE INS. CO., COl 11th st. n. W. NAT. UNION FIRE INS. CO.. 613 La. ave. LINCOLN FIRE INS. CO., 409 Oth St. POTOMAC INS. CO., 191933d st U W. PEOPLE'S FIRE INSURANCE CO. ot D. C, 302 Pa ave s o. VEOVll, KEn AXD 1IAT, McPOWELL A SONS, N. Cap. and Mass ave, WASn'N FLOUR A FEED CO,4th st A Va aVO. THOMAS W McKNEW. 1113 O st n W. H. D. COCHRAN, 1S17 14lh at n w. jFISll, OTSTIlltS AXD 1'OULTltT, R. A. GOLDEN, 332 0 Centre Markot. rouxitEits. E N GRAY A CO, Mo avo, bet 3d A 41 sts. . TOTOMAO IRON WORKS, 3103 Water St nw. WM..H. DOUGLAS, 1212 D st n W. WltXlTVItE. WUBDEMAN A CO,, 610 13th St. ToI 07-2. THOS. D, SINGLETON, 415 7th St. W. II. HOEKE, 601 Markot Spaco. W. II. HOUGHTON A CO., 1218 Fst. n. O. TOWLES, 1007 Pa. avo. nCGOWORCnA CO.,0317thBt. II. EUHKIMRDT A SON, 1013 13 7th St. HACHSCMID A MYERS, If 07 7th st HOUSE A B.ERKMAN, 017-23 7th st.n. w. BOU8E A til.. 1023 7th n W. 8. K. BROWN A SON. cor. 20th and Pa. avo n. J. LAUNT. 1S37 14th st. n. w. (IAS rtxrvitEs. SCnULTZ, Gas Fixtures, 1315 V st. n. w. P. S. S1IEDD A BRO . 413 Otb n.w. I lumblng C. A. MUDDIMAN, 014 12th St. n. w. E. F. BROOKS, B31 15tb n W. aitooxits r110T4XSALE. 3, C. ERGOOD A CO.. 013 La. ave. J. L. BARBOUR A SON, 014 10 Pa. avo. RILL A CO.. 029 La ave GEO OFFCTT.SSCOllMstnw. ItlCnARD A CO, 028 Ta ave 11W. OHOOXMIES. JACKSON A CO.. 020 Pa aro. J. b. REDMAN, Oth and La. are. N. W. BURL-HELL, 1S33 F St. n. W. J. K.CLEARY, 523 lllh St. n. W. ELPHONSO YOUNGS CO , No. 433 Oth St. n.w. HUME A CO., 807 Markot Spaco. E. MAURICE CROPLEY, 31st and M sts. W. R. BROWN, 2Cth st. and Pa. avo. A. O. WRIGBT, 1033 lllh st. n. w. J!0. P. LORE, 1531 lltli St. n. w. 11. W. OI'FUTT A CO., 33d and N sts.n. w. H. H. r.LLIOTT, 1330 11th St. w. A. HE1TMULLER, 1333 llth st.n. w. TIIOS KNOWLES, 1201 33d St n W. S R WATERS. 13137th st n w. F M WALKER. 023 Li avo J 1! IIRYA A Bt, C03 Pa ave. GEO G KENNEDY J. SONS, 1309 F st n w. BROVSN1NG A M1DDLETON, 010 Pa avo T H WALKER A CO, 010 W La avo. A GAEGLU A CO, IStO 7th St. Nil SHEA, 032 Pa avo. W E A11B01 T, 1721 Pa aro n w. G. PESSAGNO A SONS. Si9 Oth st. Italian. II UMAX UAUt HEAL Kit. 3. ROCRON, 012 llth st. n. w. S. HELLER, 730 7th U. W. HOTELS. WILLARD'S HOTEL, Pa avo and 14th st n w. THELAND'S HOTEL, Pa avo and llth St. NORMANDIE, 13th and II sts. ARLINGTON HOTEL, Vt. avo. and n st. WELCKER'S. 15th st, bet N Y are and H sts. ARKO, 10th and I st nw. F.BD1TT HOUSE, llth and F sts. METROPOLITAN HOTEL, Pa ave andCtb St WORMLEY'S, 15th and II sts. n. w. CONGRESSIONAL HOTEL, Capitol mil. , NATIONAL HOTEL, Pa avo and Cth tt. BT. JAMES IIOTEL, Pa ave and Oth St. THE HAMILTON, 14th and K st n w. THE BELVEDERE. Pa ave and 3d St. HOTELS AXII UKSCAVltAXTS. MORGAN HOUSE, 33d St., abovo N. OWEN HOUSE, Ta. avo., noar U.S. Treasury. MT. VERNON nOTEL, 443 Pa avo. n. w. EMM1TT HOUSE, opposite B A O Dopot. COLUMBIA HOUSE, 10th and E sts. LANGS (MORGAN HOUSE). 8200 M st n W. JIAltXESS AXIt HOUSE auuus. LUTZ A BRO,, 407 Pa avo. U, KNEES8I'SSON,433 7tii. HAltlllVAllE. BARBER A ROES, llth and G sts. F. P. MAY A CO,, 631 Pa. avo. CHAS. T. CARTER A CO., COO Pa. nvo. JAB. B. LAMBIE, 1413 N. Y. avo. W. WAGNER, 2071 Pa. ave. F. A. 8rnNEIDER, Pa avo and 18th st n W. L. H. SCHNEIDER'S SONS, IOCS 10 Pa ave. J. II. KENDALL. 618 Pa nro. JOE OOMVAXIES. TRANSPARENT ICE CO., 3327 Water st. GREAT FALLS ICE CO , 021 Pa. are. INDEPENDENT ICE CO,, Pa. av. and 12th st ,JE WELEltS. HARRIS A EIIAFER, 1113 Pa. ore. MOORE A LEDING,1109Pa. are. A. L.8ALTZSTB1N, Jr., 5037th St. W, 8. TArPAN,C019thst. W. BRUNINGER, 030 Pa. are. J. n.ALBBR'S, 110314th at. J. B. BLACKFORD, 8125 M St. n. W. T. THOMPSON, 3143 M st n, w. J.V311IEK DEALEltS. R. J.McLEAN, 13lh and B sts. n. w. It, H.WILLETT,313 Cth st n W, A 1Mb A B sts u w. iti si a. GEO. J. JOHNSTON, 1013 20th st. n w. LAM VS. MUDDIMAN, C, A., 011 12th St. D. w. r.AVxniiY, WEST END STEAM LAUNDRY. Tel , 1010-2. OIAHPION STEAM LAUNDRY, 1(22 Pa ave. SWISS BTEAM LAUNDRY1, 1322 F St. n. W. YALE STEAM LAUNDRY, 522 10th St. n.W. DEXTER STEAM LAUNDRY, 491 Ost. n. W. LADIES' VOltXlSHIXU (1001)1). PALAIs ROYAL, 12lh st. and Pa. are. DOUGLASS A BRO , B12 and Bll Oth St. n. W. MIXEHAT, WATEItS. O. B. BnArFEB A CO., 103 Pa ave. MOXUMEXTAL IIOltKS. OEOltQE L BERNER, 629 Mass ave. TUPS. HE ANY, 46042 Mass aye, MEX'S VVKXISllKUS, n. T. MILLER, 18th and Pa. avo. O P DUUDBTTB, 4377th St. MAXIOVltE AXh CJtlllUVUniHT, MME. PAYN, 703 1Mb at. n. w, . EENISON A SONS, 413 W 12th sUn.'W. VMSHIHGION BUSINESS OIRECTOBY jMiiKj;n, PHILADBLrniA. W. II. Coleman A Co., . Lnmi live arid K st. CANNON A CHANDLER, "Home." lltb null sts. "FAIUIAGUT,".'. C. Foaron A Son, 10(9 Kst "C1HCLK." 8. II. GW YNNi:, Vt are and Lst. FIIKD OIIKKN, 1933 IM. avo, "Brlfthlon." 11. 1 MRAIiKR. corner Sib mid t sts. se. J. 11. 0110WN, ivuiiih st. 11. w.,"Bcelslor.,, OTTOEMARKhT.818 lltll St. n.W. F. J. 1 IlllihTH 11127 Conn ave . "Palace." II. W FIK1I BRA SON, S2c1 nnd N stsnw. AHI.IMIT11.V, Ami dull A Fairfax, 1Mb L. 3IILL UVl'fl.tEH. EDW. CORBKTT. 481 Pa. nvo. jurnajtAvc tailohs. n. D. RARIt. 1111 '. avo. I.. K. DKVKNDORP, 1410 Pa. are. W. 11. t lUNhTON 1430 IM. uve. J.A.R1ESBAUKR.45 Oth St. n.W. II. KOI'PKL, 1139 1 Ith st. n. w. o KN, cor lrth st nnn N Y a 0 n w. J. H. WILSON, 2933 Mat SNYDER A WOOD.!"11lthst. HAHBA A BENNETT. 14l9NYavenw. DIAOlttXlST.S AXII JiXUlXBBRB. BnapnERD a nunLEY.201 12th t. E N GRAY A OO, Mo avo, bet 3d A 4 st. SttLLIXEltr, KTO. 3. C. HUTCHINSON, 017 Pa. avo. LONDON BAZAR, 715 Market Spaco. THE HON MAltcllE, 3101th sl.n.W. MRS. P, KMlttCII.atlO M St. n. w. A. M. PIHHEL. 3134 M St. D, W. B. COUBN,B231lthstliw. MAXTJ.ES, TILKS, EOllXAOBB. HAY WARD A HUTCHINSON. 431 Oth st. atlLlTAltX AXII SOOIETT UOOD. B.N. MEYER, 032 7th St. VrSTEH DL'ALEItS, ' EDWARD WESER, 12th and E sts n W. KING8I.OW SON, 1920 22Mst OVTIO IAXS. FRANKLIN A CO., 1237 Ta. avo. II. II. HEMW.ER, 453 Pa avo. J. 11. DltAMHALL, 807 14th St. 11. W. VIIOTO-T. ITHOdlt.l VltEHS, TnKNORRlSPETEttS CO., 45840 Pa ay. I'lllXTEltS. JUDD A DETWEILER, 429-3 llth st a W. UIIISON BROS, 1233 Pa ave. II F WILKINS. 512 10th st n w. J B TOMLINBON, CCS F st n W. B B ADAMS. 512 llth stn w. uj siirm,iuiuNSir. l'LVMIWltS' SVVVL1ES. E O SCHAFER A CO, 434 0 llth st D W. nENItY MtBHANE A CO 319 12th at. T.8UMMKHVILLK A SOKS.3I0 22 13th stm VOLAXli WATElt AOEXOX. JOnN UEYWORTII, Oth and D sts. VIE 11 AK K11S. THE BIO FOUR. 1337-31 Md are. NATIONA I, PI E BAKERY, 220 E Cap St. vi a a os, oiiqAxs axu aivato. EDW. P. DROOP. 023 Pa. avo. JOHN F. Kl.LIS, 1137 I'a. are. ntGO, WliRL'II A CO.. 933 7th St. V. (i. SMITH. 1333 Pa. ave. n. w. v.t v Kit ii a xa ixu a. GEO WILLNER, 429 9th St. V. II sri- L HOUSE. HWS 7th St. n. w. JOnNS.P (ttEEN,4210thsl. A.M.TU11MAN. ITCll'a avo. VA VEK. C. G. HTOTT A CO . .'18 8th st. K. MORRISON, 803 K7 II st.n. W. EASTOS A RCPP. 431 llth st nw. HEAL ESTATE. W.n. SAUNDERS A CO, ltOTFot.n W. Md.ACMLIN A HATCIIELDUK, 10th AGO. W. GUhl EY A fiTRVENB 1 133 F St. n. W. FRANCIS IlUFTYMJOt F st n. w. 6WOHMHTEi.TAllIlADLBY,927rst.n.W. M A DAI.L1NG8R. 1423 F st n w. ltntixo schools, Mr. and Mrs. MIDDLKTON. 1106 Vor av. 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