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TIIE CEITIC, WASHINGTON, T. C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, tATlOH jJS laai.
IV ., X t' 'i 3 K. w- v n I.) j k CITV Kl'llOIALN. Jtiiclilcd-Tliri Instalment Morcluinl llomiivnl Sale. Prior to his removal, which will ho m soon in hit elegant new furniture eaiporlnm l flnlKhfd, which Id liclnjr erected t No. 61-1 Hcrcnlh street, he h conclurtcd to offer his entire stock ot furniture, carpets, mattings, Mover, refrigerator, nigs, parlor nnd illnluir room miles, baby carrlnjo, etc. etc., nt ro itnccd litlccn, cither on tho Installment llin or for rah either way to unit Ma customers. Air. ltnddcn has teen doing a sncrcsatul busi ness at WJ and '.133 Hetenlh street fnroret ten years, and has Ihc iilcnuri and aallfactlon ot najlns Hint thousands of happy homes In this city were furnished by him, principally on the popular Installment method. VT. II. llotifiliton A- Co., 1318 mid 1340 V Street. We were very hnsy all ot last week and crery customer was welt sntlstled with their purchase; therefore, we will continue hi entertain them again this week with tho usual bargains In our upholstery and laco cnrtaln departments. Our stock was Judiciously selected from tho latest and most iintqa designs, from which wo have jnnclo n reduction from Attn no tier cent. Wo lire Just In receipt ot an elegant lino (it linens, for loose (overs, which wo will cut nn mako to order for much less than the usual prices. Please take n bo-peep at our remnants; tho ahnrt prlcos, will arnaro yon. W. II. llouuiiTON MAMurACTUMNu Co., 1313 nod 1340 1' t. n. w. THK DISTRICT NATIONAL GUARD. A Short Talk Willi Oencrnl Ordway unit Oilier ."Untie, flctierni Albert Ordway, who commands the National (Jimrd of tho District of Columbia, lo-day unltl to The CrtiTtc man: "It will probably bo tun days; Itccrtaluly will not lie before tlio latter part or next week, tbat'tho Wnr Department will take nction in regard to the consolidation of the colored troops Into one battalion. I ant doing;, nnd will do all I can to tuako that consolidation nn assured fact, lint, of , course. I cannot command the feelings of tho colored troops." Tho reference to "the feelings" was pertinent. Tho colored troops arc now lighting nobly' among themselves. It Is a qtic&lioli with them whether I.lcu-teiinnt-ColmicJ -Jtcvells or Major Fleet wood Khali. command tho new battalion. Upon this point they are alt broken up. The row promises to bo a most Interesting one. -To refer ngalii to what General Ordway r,ald to Iiib CniTiq .man. This lime it was about the .so-called "cavalry company .lit , tho , National Guard. "J have," said General Ordway, "a company of men .who aro mounted cavalry.. I have an perfects right to mount my-lnfuntry as lias an'lnfanlry ofllccr in the Armv to mount his men." llrlajlilwootl Cltlzena Organize. i-'orboiricjlrito past theJudson.l'neu ni'olico Kailfbad "Company'havo useiMhe B.cycnth-strccl extension as an, expert lncnlnrgVbnnd. This lias arousctl the Tre of llrightwood citizens, who want to know xi hat tho railroad's intentions are toward furnishing better accommodations for tho public, A cpmmltteo. waited on them and ,wcro informed thaiwithin.two weeks action of some, kind would bo determined on. On. this report the residents of Uright wecd. held a 'niasa-niecting&ml formed an organization to bo known ns "Tho Citi zens' Association of Ilrightwood." A committco was appointed .to, draft, o con (dilution and .Iry.Iaws, composed of tho following' gentlemen: 13. K. Robinson, chairman; L. lr. Nicholson, (,'lnud King, Thomas Lay, ,A. L. Kecne, John I.ane, Henry JJrawcr, W. E. Kallcy, and I'. O. Alexander Canuot JDrniT Two Snlnrlf h, The Commissioners have approved the decision pt .Awlsfanf ,l)ist'ric -Attorney Ttioiuas,jn the case of -William A. lied rick. Mr. Hcdrick. it will be remembered, is a teacher in: the Washington High School and during his summer vacation, having an eye, to tho almighty dollar, be came onoofSuperintendont Porter's army of census enumerators. His labors in this Held were not concluded until sorao Mx days after .tho opening of school last ScMcmber. Ho, filed a .claim for his salary as ti school teacher during this Mine, iuk uiv nuuiui-iur' iuu'wisirii;L.ut:- cided that Mr. Hcdrick could not draw salaries from (wo places under tho Unlteil States Governnjeut at one time, and the Commissioners hnve sustained the de cision. j O'Connor Draws. Jnmc's Owen O'Connor, the "tragic conic dinn," now playlngut tlio Globe Theatre, is drawliig a largo and rather disorderly crowd.to 'thnt house of amusement, and in conscqucnco the proprietors, Hoop & Nopper, were in tho I'ohco Court litis morning charged with allowing their thea tre to bu overcrowded and thus violating the regulations ot tho i'ire Department. Half a dozen oillqcrs were in court as. wit nesses, but the case, on account of tho press of cases, was continued until Thurs day. ' "Seven Old I.iullcs of I.nvemler Town." Tlio Youns 1'cople's Union produced tho "Seven Old Ladies of LavendcrTown" before a large audlcnca at the Church of Our Father last evening. Tho irartlcl pants who acquitted themselves most cred itably wero as follows: S. V. Itandolph, Miss Kate 8. Curry, Misses Anna Tielienor, Hattlo Case, Kay jJlliott, Gertrudo Decker, Kmroa Currj", llcrtio llallcy, Calhcrino Newton, and Messrs. Delta Matthews, Melville Hcnsoy, George Duskee, llert Houghton,. Gcprgo E. Terry, I'rcd Ij. Har ries and b'amucl H. Dond. Meottneof tlio Antliropologlcal Society. At tho regular'mccting of the Anthropo logical,. Society held in the assembly hall of tho'CosmosCIub-Jasl n'lglit'tho follow ing interesting- papers were read: "Tho. Evolution of Homo Ilulldlng Among tho .Navjczo-Indians," by Dr. It. W. Bhufcldt; "rlatycucmlsm," ,by Dr. Frank ll.-vkcr; "Thovunc3 of.8antoTomingo," by. Dr. J. ' Waltei: Jfcwkcs, and "Contest of Strength lletwecn Indians, Half-breeds and Whites,'' by Dr,55. T. Daniel. Young Cutliollc I'rjenils'SiiLlijIy l'nli-r-tuliinient. The entertainment of the Young Catholic Friends' Society at Lincoln Hall last night was well attended. Music was rendered by the Jrnrino Hand, under tlio direction o(. l'rofesspr Sottsa. A hand some sura was realized, which will be de voted to tho educational- fund of St. Aloysius' School for Hoys. Itnn Inti a Hli'op Window. Iist night about fla'clock a car horse, helouglligt" tho Washington and George town Hallway Company, took fright at I ho corner of First utrcct and Pennsylva nia nvcuuoaml dashed into the show win dow of C. II, Sharer it Co.'s store, No. 103 Pennsylvania avenue. Tho large plato glass, was completely shattered and the horse considerably cut up. Tlio Slrons-Conk Case. AH Ibo testimony in the Strong-Cook will controversy, which has been on trial in (ho Circitit' Court for a month, was llulihed this morning and General liutlcr opened with tho arguments. It Is antici pated now that the caso will bo given to tho jury by Saturday, If not sooner. Mr. llrlalieu Walker' Lecture. Mr. John Brlshcn Walker, the editor of the "Cosmopolitan Jfagasino," will lecture nt 'Masomo Hall on Thursday evening upon tho subject of "The Church nnd Poverty." This will bo tho fcccond lifturo )f the, courso given under the auspices of Carroll Institute. - Murrlueo Licenses. AVilllam II. DIokersonnndAda H.Shor wood, llaltlmore, Mil.-, Albert Ilrcmcraud Adelln V, Hohey, Washington; lilgar A. licet- ami Aliule 11. Simsford, Loudoun County, Vaj Alexander Hoy and Fcarley Jolmson, "Kdwin Turner and Mary J. Johtiiou, Fnlrfax County, Va. No better whisky in tlio market than Herkcley, at Thorp's, 818 K street northwest. Mr. I.n.iX'H llollurs. Among tho wills tiled fn tho Orphan's Court yesterday afternoon, was that of JfiniM I.cmi, AVith the exception of $25, which ho kcmicatlut to his nephew1, James Itynn. Ills entire estate is given to tho St. Jlefcs Industrial School on U street. Berkeley pure rye whisky. AT THK HOO SHOW. Annuls .11 n do lo Dux nT llljlli Degree Willi fcdlarees. "Isn't he n bonnio boy," sold ti tailor made young woman at tho dog show thtt morning, as she patted the massive head of the thrice-crowned king, Sir llcdlvcre, the pcorof all his brother St. Ilcrnards. Tho atlcudniico this morning exceeded that of yesterday. Many ladles were present among tho throng that crowded tlio passageways be tween the kennels, and. with the femalo love for prowess, they bestowed tho major iortion of their caresses on tlio dogs that wore a ribbon. A short time after 10:30 n. m. Miss Anna II. Whtttiev, the greatest authority in tlio United States on St. Ilcrnards, Mcpped Into tlio judges' ring to examlno Hie animals In I li.it class contesting for the thrcn special prizes. Awards wero mailo as follows: Wash ington City kennels, prlzo of t'i) fur the hist exhibit of four or more rough-coated St. Ilcrnards entered nnd owned by ono exhibitor or kennels, went to K. II. Moore's Melrose kennel. There wero only two competitors for this prize, the Mclroso nnd Wyoming kennels, cachof whom entered eight dogs. W. II. Moses & Son's St. llernard kennel-basket, valued at $20, for the best St. Ilcrnard dog or bitch owned by a Washlngtotihiti was won by .V. Pctrola's Count. St, Vincent. A, HiirgdofC's collar and chain for best rough St. ilernnnl bitch owned in Montgomery County wa awarded Hose owned by J. M. Ford of Forest Glen, Md. I Want I'llvntn Water Ulnlns. President Hurt of the Washington and Georgetown. Street Hallroad. Company, wju again before tho Commissioners yesterday , In relation to the refusal of tho Board lo permit him to rutl private water-pipes' from the new iiowcr-hoiiso lo bo built at Fourteenth and K streets, northwest; to i tho city reservoir. Yesterday whcn'at tlio District Ilulldlng, Commissioner Douglass suggested to Mr. Hurt that tho water would bo supplied to tlio powsr-houso If the railway company would pay the usual water rates. , . , Mr. Hurt said to-day that the company . would certainly not boublo to- pay the usual water rates for 2,000,000 gallons of water daily. , , Ho thought, however,- that tho dim-. rutty mlgbt.be surmounted by the use ot high prcssuro engines,- which would jre-, quire but 75,0C0 gallons ow.ater per .day; , and for which the coniiatiy coula-niadiry pay. Tho.tXimmissIoiicrs are willing to lido the. company In-any manner con sistent with the laws of tho District. ! Trust Compnoles. Thcie companies. In. which so many.of our citizens are Interested,, will, it- is thought, prove most valuable irnediums for tlio transaction of: business. Tho large catiital cives mfcelinivof seauritv only afforded by aticavy investment of , i.i9ii, Hiiicn is u ceruuento to panics whoso patronago is desired that such com panies aro conducted on a sound linancl.il basis under n'carcfoVmanagcmctit. Tho AVashiiigton Loair'and' Trust Conv pauy has upon its board of directors pome ,of our roost enterprising and wealthy citizens, whose succcs, in -tho various enlernnscs with which GioV liavi hopn identifled is auabsolutegttarantea that tho. affairs of tho company will bo carefully and wiselycondiicted;. Tho Washington Loan and Trust, Com rnny pays interest nn 'deposits," aettlcs. estates, act.s as general agent, trustee, ad ministrator. HaVo you made your will? Will Lose Ills Leg. Hamilton Ilronaugh, the conductor on car No. 10 of the Washington, ami Gco'rgey town llailway Company, met' with an ac cident yesterday afternoon which will re sult in tho loss of his leg. Tlio accident occurred about 5:50 o'cloclciu close prox imity to tho Gartleld monument on First btrett. Tho car was crowded with people nnd'Mr. lironaugh jumped from the rear inauorin una nuempieu to get on tlio front platform to collect faros, when, ho missed his footing and fell and tho wheels passed over hit. right leg. Tho injured man was immediately taken to the Providence Ho;pltal in the Sixth precinct patrol wagon. Tlio doctors say that tho crushed limb will have to hq amputated. Mr, Ilronaugh la ono of the oldest conductors in tho employ of tho Washington nnd Georgetown Company. Mary Wllllnmi' Cuse. Chief Justice lllngham took the bench In the Criminal Court this morning on account of tho continued indisposition of Judge Hngncr. Mr. Taylor and Mrs. 1 ticker, who appeared as counsel for'Mary Williams, charged with manslaughter, requested that their client bo allowed to go on her personal recognizance, Inso much as tlio case would havo to stand continued until after tho Kincald trial, District Attorney Cole would not consent and consequently tho Judgo would not make the order. Judgo lllngham dis missed tho jury until Monday and thcro will bo no trials before that time. Artists. Awarded 1'rlzos. At tho gallery of Messrs. Woodward & Lothrop yesterday a mecllngofthoSbclcty of AVashiiigton Artists was held and prizes awarded for tlib best pictures now on exhibition at tho gallery, The J150 prize, for tho best oil painting, was nwardtd to Max Weyl for his "Salt Marshes." Honorable mention 'was awarded, to Mr. Kdmund O. Messer's "livening on tho Scino." ot the best water color n prizo of ?100 was awarded to Miss II. K. Perrio for her "At the 'Wharf," Mr. J. H. Mosers'"howcry TJay in tljo Ucrkshiro Hills' '.sccuredbonqrablo men tion as tho second best water color, T.i Riimiiini at Allinnv.- Tl.n rr,ll-l l.n.Al. f .!.... ...-' mv v..i..t, uui'.yt ('lldUllViq Jl Cl token to tho Albany Penitentiary"" last night: Charles SImms, for housa break t i , .- -. . . . one yrar anil ono day; Joseph Thomas umi juscpn urowii, ronnuenco men, uyo years each; Jlllllo Itobinsou, for liotiso Iirraktng, four years anil six months; William Slaughter, alias 'Jhomas Itcctl, iui iuii:', iiiftu vara. Woiiirii'i) Mlnslonary Hocluty IMentlnc Tho annual meeting of tho Woman's Foreign Missionary 'Society of tho Wash ington rreshytcry. was hchl at the Nciy York Avenue Presbyterian Church yester day. All the present ofllCcra wero re elected. The receipts were announced during tho year to. ho f',000 ,aiul wero ralseil to 3,000 by one of .the ladies pros cut. Sirs. White, a missionary to China, gavoan InterestiiiK mhlrcss (iiwii Chluese iiilssIoDs and her life and work anion,' tlio pagans. IWiiillm WiisliliiKtiiii Tea 1'firly. Tho Martha Washington (ea party lield by tho ladies of Wnugh Methodist Church lust night was a brilliant sneccts. Thoso who gave their services to the en tertainment were Miss i'ralt, Instrumental music; Mr. llarber, recitation; Mr. Leech, eolo; Mr. Mnorc. recitation; Mr. Middle top, nolo: Mlfs I'ato and "Miss Donalr, duet; Miss McNiclioll, solo; I'rofcwor Isdell and Slefsrs. Mlddleton, Itobinsou, Bjicncerond Bkerrcll, quartet. On Hie Silent Steed Arouml tlieAVurlil, Gcorjjo IJ. Mitchell and Kugeuo 13. .Stevens, two AVashiiigton lawyers, .sart In May on a bicycle trip around tho globe. The tour will extend over Kurope and Asia, lasting a year or more, Tho toitrlstaoro under contract to furnish let ters of travel to a syiullcatoof American newspapers Tlio Spinner Stemurlnl, The Spinner Memorial Association wish 10 deny tho rumof that thoy do not desire contributions from men to their statue fund. They w(U feel gratcfulfor all con tributions, large or small. Unit may be forwarded to Mrs, V. A, Leonard, tho secretary, iniliKf Onorrt', H I iiimt successful affair was tho Kramet OparilaV the Natlonalltllles Armory, last night. The committees in charge (proved elllclcnt and, looked aftor tho com fort of the many Quests present. For imro Old Berkeley go toTharp's, 818 t'ttrcti iiurthweit. EXTRACT OF BEEF. For Improved and economic cookery, uso it for Sonpa, S.iucei and JIade Dlslies. In llavor (n wnparabte, and dissolves perfectly clear In water. Makes delicious Uecf Ten and kctn in all climate for any length ot time. 1 lb. cfiunl to -10 lbs. of lean. beef. Only sort f;unranlced genu no by Justus von l.leblg oiul bears ins signatiiro in liluo, thus: a.8L7. 1Q91. EDWARD F. DROOP (325 Pa. Ave. N. Wi, CALLS ATTENTION TO HIS LAUOR HTOOKOV IN GralDllea?;, Bnggs ArI OTHEIl lyitST-CLABs' dp ta.:et o s. THE WONDliltFtil, SELl'-wIiCTrxU EOLIAN ORGAN Story & Clarke,, ., Clough,&;ar(en; Hee'jlharit' Cabinet Organs. Sold on Installments .EichW, Renter!, Repairefl, f uiiefl, Mofefl,. Stdrecl. Violin, Banjo anlMar Strings a Specialty. SHEET MUSIC AND JIEItCHANDISE. OESEItAL AQESTSFOlt KOltTH OEUMAN LLOYD, JIAMDUHa, AJIEI1ICAN AND ltOYAIiNKTHEK. LAND STEAJlSIIir COMPANIES. AT THE OLD STAND, " 925 Pennsylvania Ave., WASHINGTON, D. O, IRRESPECTIVE ot PRICE, tho BEST and MOST COMPLETE WltlTINU MACHINE MADE. $60. Awarded a medal by American Institute, New York, FOR 'SUPERIORITY. Descriptive pamphlet mailed ou application. George R. Seiffert, eiO'FSTHEEt N. W., WASHINGTON, D. O. MILWAUKEE BEEB. On Account ot Parity, Age and Strength. From the Choicest Mait anil Hops. Elecllly Good FOR FAMILY USE. Beneficial for Weak and Debilitated 1'crjuuB. It Invlgorntea and promotes digestion, filling a normal tone to the stouiach, snd thereby In creasing tho appetite. WASHINGTON BRANCH, 703-05 Hoi Capital SI Telephone 273. R.S.WIDDICOMBE Manager. THE INCREASE is THE CIRCULATION or "The Critic" IS HEALTHY AND SUBSTANTIAL. "THB OBrriqpre'sorita ALL tho NEWS h a. compact arid uttractlvo manner, Ttiat la tlio roason peopla want lt.1 X i.v 4-nfc MtMalTyBfifriter VEERHDFF ART-DEALER Galleries, m 1217 F STREET N. W. BaxLoli- Stodges, 1221 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. 916 SEVENTH STREET. f Jttk" i. S STOY For 36atmg'iai;li;Edom&, BcLRooma, jallsVljibrafiGSc. - also sto H&TTfiRS; tMcok, -.' .rffM OONFfiOTlONfiRS; :'i Washington Gaslight CiivfcANV ' ii'l-418 Tonth :.-. h- ': - t. t THE MOKTlt BNGflNS, liANUFAOTOBBO BT THB American Energizer Manufacturing Co. XjLmJLtaH, 14X6 F STREET KOETHWESTi WABHiNaTON, D. O. "WTorks at Bennlhsf8, D. O. Tho Same Horee-Power for One-Tenth of tho Ooal. Estimates furnlsbed for this Enjrlno or Momentum Knertrlzer, whereby lnlhorse-powor for the etoam ovnporated. Tlila KnElne was expected to foil on trial trip as a wrontr philosophy. On the contrary, it succeeded and works splendidly. Infringers Will Be Prosecuted. OUR OFFER Until tho arrival, of Our SPRING BTOOK wo -will Sell WINTER-WEIGHT CLOTHING At a Big Reduction. Men's Suits that were $15 and $14, now $7.50, Men's Suits that were $20, now $10. Men's Suits that were $30, now $15. Men's Oyercoats that were $15, now $7.50. Men's Overcoats that were $20, now $10. Men's Overcoats 'that were $30, now $15, Men's Pants that were $9, $8 and $7, now $5. Men's Pants, that were $5 and $4, now 2.50, Boys' and Ohiiidron's Oloth ing at a sacrifice. 311 Seventh Street N. W. Wo close at 1 p. ra. .Saturday, 11 p. ra. . n v lltvl Grand, Upright and Squaro PIANO -FORTES. Special Attention ot I'urchateri li In Tiled to Our "NEW AUTISTIC STYLES," Vlnlehcd In Ilcaljrns p( "UIOUK3T DKUOUATIVK AIIT, PIANOS FOR RENT. Second-Hand rianoi at All Prices. WM. Knabe .4. Co., 817 Murkot Spaoo. 1IOTKIJJ AND ItKSTAURANTS. TV 'aW YORK BUFFET, 405 TENTH STREET N. W Beit and Purest Liquors la the City. Im ported Cigar. JAMES II. COSTBLLO. Proprietor. T US EBBITT, WASHINGTON, D. O. Army and Navy Headquarters. Fonr Iron Firs Escapes. TERMS-T3 and ft Per Day, w ILI.ARD'8 HOTEL, ". WAblllNU ru.-i, u, u O, 0. BTAPLKS, Late ot Thousand III. House, Proprietor. S' T. JAMES' HOTEL, 1 f -, . , T.'i .- LLK'' aHH 4RLV' iLULk. LVft1 EUROPEAN PLAN, Blitu street and Pennsylvania arenue. It. WOUU11URT, Proprietor. , via TOB ' '' .v.. i f-iti i'Stt ';,' i.,ei"ir'. ,"ilil i j..-i,. r TINNBRS,"&cM & Street North vroai ,1. --. f. Lt WHEN WE SAY Spring Vrds (or Lais V'c mean mi Aetortment ot SEDATE AND NEAT STYLES. Wo linro po flarc-np, overdone, tfor begone e'rtecta, Ours arc plain; r.ct and good ante rial. I'nccq rangiug (rom $1.03 up tojio.li We hare selected about eight ot the bent eellt efu thnt you or anyone else will readily buy If you are looking lor srniNa witAvs. No. SCO Indies' Black Chcrlot Reefer. In .11 tr.ct, high ahouldcra, rolling collar and nil-wool cloth , fl.'J:) No.. 975 Ladlea' Black Cheviot Blazer, high shoulders, all-wool cloth.... ., .., tl.OS No. 913 Ladlea' fancy Checked Blazer, ' high ahouldcra, rolling collar, silk-cord fattening ....,....,,..;. $3.48 No. 401 Black Chevron Blnzer.rcattront. high ehouldcrr, aattn facing, rolling col lar,, , 7.tS l0. 881 Fancy Blazeri In Tan und'Oray, aatln facing, rolling collar, loop fasten, lug 13.13 No, CC0 Oray and Illnck. T'eaennt, rnfllcit yoke, plaited back, full length $9.93 No. 115 Tine Imported Clay Worsted, In Black, handiomely finished. with, welt seam, adjustable vest, double-breasted . crtrit, large liar., making an oxtrcmely nobby garment ..MS.tS No.- K tmpdrted Viflle, liandeomely lirnlded, long tabu, hlzh ahoulderK, made ot camel's hair cloth ,..$19.-13 Our Children's Dressmaking Department 1 looming up, nnd our mauy hands aro Just as busy as bees to get out Easter orders. You arc yet In tlmo If you will place yourn this week. Itencmber, you get excluslte styles that you cannot get elsewhere In tho city. The Combination, Twolttn nnd F Btrooto N. W. ICrlUFltfAN & SICKLE U8E OBRE3, BTERLINO, M1NNE01.A, qOLDEN,niLI, DPriOTJK, And you will always havo beautiful Urooa, nolle and iJlaculta. -Wholesale Dopot, Oornor Klrat Street and lncllurm Avenue, WM. M. GALT & OO. EVANS' DENTAL 3-M U Pa. ave. u. w. positively without pain or .danger by our painless, system' a harmless, vege-i table vauor. In me by us only. Its etfeets ore itleaiant and traus--lent. ArtlflcUl teeth, crowu and blde;orlc atteatoaable prlcea ataflsfsKfstw'' CERES mm WASHINGTON BUSINESS' DIRECTORY A11T1STS' FAIKXEHH' SVI'VXIIM. GEO. IIYNKAL, Jr... 418 Till St. n. w. FnED A. SCHMIDT, C0I Olh at. FRANCIS MILLER, S05-7 0th st, n. w. BHAKAHAN, REILLY CO., 1911 Ti. aro. It.M. BltOWN, l2Vtht. O. O. UlaOLES. 1400 14th St. II. W. JAMK3 M. nODOKS & 60N, 1313 Vn avo. AtiaiiiTrioTs. JAS. O. niLL, Corcoran Building. ANTIU ttli FVJtXlTVJtk. A. 8. Z'MMBKAN.10PtU8t. . AtfoTioxjtnitii. CPNCANSON PROS., cor. 8th and D t. ntltD ItKALKItS. KDWAKD S. SCUMIDT, 817 Uth St. n. w. ti. I1A11T11IIECUT. 1133 7tb-st. ltVjr.DjnHS BttVl'LtES. JAB. II. McGILL, 006-14 G St n W. llltBWEUS. . IABST BREWING CO., 703-5 North O St. BBRGNER & ENaBI.DItEV.CO.,Va. av. A Cth ANNHKUSBR-DDSCU BHKW. ABS'N, Del. and Vo.iavo. JULIUS EISENPEISS, Bth and L its. s.o., W. B, 8. O. TALMER, 015-21 D st, s. W. . THE NATIONAL BREWING C0..3I5 Cth H. W. BARTnOLOMAT BREW CO, 308 Uth st n W. WABII'N BREWERY CO.. Telep&ono 1883. , riVFFJITIi. n. B. KIRKWOOD. 13 O t. n. w. mjMTnrtEYS. 410 ISth st. n w. CARL lIETOIC.lt, 417 I3th'at. n. W. BOB nOLTZMAN, 1419 N. Y. avo. J H. RUSSRLIv 133S S St. n. W.. LEW HEWMEYBir,0th and Vn. ave. O, W. DMVnR,I!0SPa. ave. D, nAGBRTY, 1208 Fa. ave. - . . .BAKERS. 3, a. nKtsiNGKB.".ioia leth st. n. w. jpHN GTXINtB, NO H. Cap. at. SCHNEIDER, 411 1 St. n.- v.- hottTjErb. 8. 0. PAUriB. 1224 S9th st'.'niT. TQK A&UNQTON BOT. CO., 27th and K U.W. .lib'TxeR, iiiiEEVBAiri,Jsa'i9. JA8.T. OYSTER, l'a. avo. and Bth at. AXOXITLSni,C- Centre Mark6t..iv, TOOBjT.KKANK. toUt.Ccntxeltarket. J.H.'UDSCHltn.e.lOtoMl Centrb-Kitket. SDW.BROOXB, Wl-33 Centre Market. , OTTO O.RCrrBRT,l-q. Contra Msrket. A. J. RltH Y( M7-W Centre Vtrk ' ' i'l H "!! -rt i . hfXJHC YOUESai? " QKOB. ATWATER -AiUrX.i itJliCs! Pa. are. OVSRMANffIIEgLCO.?l!il3thlfnw. jdbbiki'HoEaiiiinuhBE'aa. j, n. MbUAN. ftnth.; , A; L.-IlAZLSTON".;'3tlh it W.'STRICKtiAIID,'9i'rii,ve;. , GEO; W. RICH, 717 Market BpiCO. HOWELL" MBRRAYV(500 Ttb ot. n. w. JOTIS CVrtUJS;YJr..'fil87th'Bt. ri. w. t. nntBBijs,402rUi,'it;n. w.; - J, BOOK Oao Jtf ce Shoe hw& 729 7th st. KATIONALIIOTKL'SnOESTOBK;Mr;aT. H.,WAXKEaTBCKSB, 14 Pa-'ave., JOB. A BSPXTTIi 317Ta, aTo.. e. H. aHEENBAUM,?131 M et, B. RICH (a SOS, lK3-47th iw. J.J.OKORQES&SOf,lllaPaaTe. . EAXKEBa.. . BIGOS S, CO.,ra. avo.andltthst. LEWIS JOHNSON 4 CO.tiOthandFa. KTO. CORSON A MACARTNEY,' 1119 FBt. BATEMAN A CO., 1411 F. st. n.W. WMr MAYBE A CO., MO 9th St. WOODS A CO.. 1100 F St. n. W. LEWIS G. 7EWKSBURY A CO., 1S35 F. BANK. CENTItAL NAT. DANE, 7th st and Pa. aTO. SECOND NATIONAL, GOD 7th at. n. w. OpLUlIBIA NATIONAL. 911 P st. n..Y?. NAT. BANK REPtTBLlO, 7th and D t. FARMERS' & MECn.'BNAT.,cor.Mandaiat. BUOKSEEZBKa A1X HIATIONXHS W.JIi LOODERMILK A CO., llMd F. WM, BALLANTTNE & SONS, 428 7th St. A. K. WILLIAMS. BiJt-Ci 7tU st. n. W. W. H. JIORRISON, 1334 V . CltAFMAN & TAYLOR, OlS.Fa. ate. nw BASTON & toUPP, 1 Mtust nw. coxxjtAcxona. LITTLEFIEL& & ALYORD, SOth and D sts. CAIU'ET CEK.lXEllS, EMriRE STEAM, 03 1-5 Mass nvo. F. H. YOBNQS, 1403 Pa avo n W. CAXOFIEH AXB AWJ!ISJ8. . O. COPELAND, 409 11th etnw. OAtHf HEUlSXEJtS, NAT'L CASH BEQISTER CO, loth & E sts nw. OAlWEXXEItB AX J) BVlEVElta. ALEX. MILLER, 1315 Ohio ave, DARBY & DAVIS. 1324 Uth st n W. C. A. LANQLEY, 310 12th st n w. CAT,. TI'IXES AXD BRAXDIEa, TO KALON WINE CO., 014 llth st. CO JIB EX COItlSEOXOU. M.O.WHBLAN,10C3Pt. BAXEltEU'a. F, FRECND. 703 9th St. n, W. D. J.WEYMAR.J1M4 14thst ALEX.F0RTIN, 1028 Uth rt n W. LOUIS OHAPINS, 1741 L st n w. GRAY A BRO., 1703 L Bt n W. MAIEON RECTI. 1108-13 Conn ave. toioXBIEBB'. YICTOnEADLEn,lOT:97thnw,oor.Mass.av. M. KAUFMAN, corner Bth and I sts. Be. I. HAMBURGER & SONS, 631 Fa ave, N.y.ONEKinCBCLOTniNa,81I7thst.n.w. QOLDEN'EAGLB.CQ., 211 Ta, ave. s. e. W. NORDLJNOEn,307Kt.a. W. Jl. RICH & SON, mn 7th nw. OAEItLAQEa, , ANDREW J. JOYCE'S" SONS. Warorooms, . 1028-30 Conn.avo.i Factory, ts-ii) lithnvr, W.IGKYEIt,4CuPa. avo. Also harness. HORbB AND CARRIAOS BAZAR, 938-43 La, UcSERMOTT A BRO 310 Pa. ave, n. W. S. J. MEEEB, No. 021 0 st n w. WILLIAM WALTER'S SON, 14 th and Ostjnw COOK JABOE, 8.295 -0 M St. A. H. OREQORY.N Y avo and Cth at. OOXFECXfOXEUBJLXB OAEEB. J. FUBSELL, 1425 N. Y. ave. T."JARV18,-420 9th'8t. niNKB & BUDD, E10 9th St. CHAB. F. FLEIBCnUANN, 1410 Pa. avo. OAVES. TEMPLE HOTEL, Oth St., op. U.S.Pat. OfflCO. THE NEW ENGLAND CAFE, 518 Oth St. ELKS' DINING ROOMS. 930 Pa. aye. O II A EEC XI OXEUB. M. BRILL, 417 Oth St. Wholesale. H. II. E. DBUIIRINa, 611 Uth St. Wholesale. FIELDING & CO., 457 Pa. avo. GILL'S. 1429 V st. 8UEETZ Is CO., cor, 10th and F ata. n. w. BRESNAHAN & CO,, 4107th st. n. w. F. NEWTON, 1739-41 Pa. ore. n. w. EMMERTS, 419 Till st. n. w. A. GUTEKUNST. 1331 14th St. n. w. JtlAMOXBS. JACOD3 BROS.. 1239 Pa aye; VEOOJtAXOU. HENRY F. REU, 320 12th nw. jtnr ooova. JOHN II. 6MOOT, 3141 M St. W. M. SHUSTER Jt SONS, 010 Pa. avo. LANSBUROn BRO, , 420 to 420 7th St. n, w. BEATON FERRY, Pa. ave. and Oth at. THOS. J. LU1TRELL, 1030 Pa. ave. JOHNSON & LUTTRELL.713 Markot Spaoo. T. RE1NIIARDT, 010 7th st. n. W. B.J,FISHEI,H)-!0Pa, ave, QEO. F. HARBIN, 310 Pa. avo, s. 0. 8. D. BURCn & CO., 1508 7th at. nw. BTERN'S DRY GO JDS HOUSE, 001-0 7th n W W. D. CLARK & CO., 81 JMarket Spaoo. OEO. COUUS, 1013 14th I t.n, VT. CI1AIO JACKSON, 314 M Bt, a. w. 8. F, SMITH, 310) M Bt. n, W. nBRMAN'S EMPORIUM, 813-71 fit 8 W. M KOHNBIt & BRO, 1133 7th st a W. JtYJBUH AXB HOQVHEltH. J. J. FisnER & oo, aao f st n w. UIUGQS' N.Y.STBAHDYB HOUSE. 709 Bth St. ANTON FISCHER, 000 O st, 3. B1RKNBR, 114 41 st n W, KjtabllsUed 1851. Hi A. KBEVES, 814 K St. nw. ANTON LEHCII. 1903 N are. UMB TAUI.KLB, .615 14th at u w. 3. 3, FISHER CO,, 88) V it li W. VJtVtlOJSTS. PRAIJK T. WELLBH, 751 8th Bt. Z. D. OILI.MAN, CS7 Ta. BTO. T. E. OORAir, 1311 Pa. aro. SAMUEL T. BTOTT. National Hotel Dulldlnff HOMEOPATDIO PHARMACY, 10OT H St. GEO. At UENTI.EY, Uth and Corcoran ts, 0, M, SOTHORK, s. e. cor. Md and 0 sts. n. w. REMSIinRG & ELLIOTT, 1C0S Uth St. n. W. W. P. BRACE. SOth and JI sts. n. w. OCnRISTIAIII,43iraaro. GOO SIMMfj, cor N Y avo and Uth st. JOHN R MAJOR. 800 Jth t n W. ENliUAVEMi&XlTlUHlUAVllEHa, 3. h. KERRARD, 1012 ra aro. GEO. HAAS, Jr, 10X Pa are. A. B. GRAHAM, ISM Pa aro n w. ET.Ecxnta Etanx coNxitAoxoita ROYCK A MARBAM, 1403 ra. are. 3. n.Kucni.iNO, law r. aro. J. V. DUIIKET A CO.. 1409 N. Y. a,T. WABII'N CONSTRPCTION CO, C08 Kth U Exontsas, esiikavinus, exo. MCELROY'S ART STORE, 1003 Fa. are. W. H. VEEHROFF, 11 Pa. avo. and 411 and 410 7thst.n.w. vzovjf juilzs. , , PIONEER FLOUB MILLS. A. B. CnDPLEY, riMJUHXH. GEOROB BART1IOLOMAE, 4(3 Oth st n rt. W. 6. lapHER, 1155 ra aTO n W. J. 0. 6MALL, 14th and a sts. n. W. N, BTUpKR. OW K Bt, n. W. A.GUDE&BItO., UlSPttnW. A, OARDKHrlloaConn ave n w.. O.STRAUSS &CO.,4CS-3.C'ontre Market. TBEpBOHE DElDItICK, 1517 F St. XtKRUXStfjlAXC B OOXl'AKXEa. ,FprE?raN'a rN.f,.C0.. TUi t. and I, are. COLUMBIA jniiE . INS. CO., HllFst. n". y.: COHCORANHREISa CO.,C0l Uthst,s. W. NA. UNION JIRKIHS. CO., W La. aTO. UHCOLN raiK INS. CO .,"409 Oth St. rOTOMAOlNB, CO., 1910 KM Bt n W. PiOPLTS'S FIBSlHSURANCB'CO; ot D.'iC s taoai'aaToae. . s'r.Virrs. 'jrw-jurn. vri iriv McPOWELLA EONS, N. Cap, and, Mass are! WASH'N FLOUR A FEED C0.4tb stAVaaTei THOMAS W McKNETT, 111J C Bt n W. n.DCOCnriA'R, 1317.14th Btnw. riBH, oxaxEEa AKJorovzxjtr: B.AVaOLDN,S33-0 Centre Market, ' t.v n i 1 Ji v. r r O UNDERS,. a ., . X N QUAY. A CO, Ma avo, bet 3d 4 41 sU. POTOMAC IRON W6Rlrt;810i.vrtrt'n w; wir.-HiDOuoLAB, mi d f n y. M.- i " EVBXIXVHE. i WUBDEKANACO,,10mhat. Tel., 67-3. THOS. D, SINGLETON,' 415 7th Bt, W, n. noEEBSOlVarkct'Space. w.n.nouGnTON ;.. lsia Fst. n.q.T0WLES,ioO7ra.nTe( ... ntiob wSuctt trp):m ia 'at. t. BCRWraitt,eSON','iW3-7th St. BApnscMn-&MVSES.'lco7 7th.st nOufla'A nERnjlANTow-iath t.n.V. BOCBB & CO.. 1033 7tb h, vr- B..K, BROWN Ss. SON. cor. SOth aid Pa. are H. J..LAUNT, 1837 llth at. n.'w;( " u . OAS JTlXXOEEa. 6CHTJLTZ1 OaaJUturbs, 1315 F st. n. w. B. S. SHEDD & BRO., 433 9th n.w. Plumbing C; A. MUDDIMAN, 014 Uth at. n. W. B.'F. BROOKS. 531 15th n W. anoo EJtS WHOLESALE , 3. C. EEGOOD & CO., Sis La, are. J. L. BARBOUR &'SON, 014-18 Fa. are. IHLL&CO..(SLaav6. GEO; OFrUTT.'3209-ll M Bt nw. BICnABD & CO, 023 Ta ave nw. OBOOEBIXS. JACKSON ft CO.. 020 Pa. ave. J, 8. REDMAN, Oth andXa. are. N. W. BURCHELL, 1335.F Bt. n. W. J. K. CLEARY, 635 llth. at. ti. W. BLPnoNSO .YOUNGS CO,, N6.428 Oth St. n.H HUME &, CO., 807 Markot Space.. E. MAURICE CBOPLE Y, 31at and M SU. W. It. BROWN, soth st, and Pa. are. A. O..WIUGBTW33 14thBt. n. W. JNo.P.'LOREr15311)that. n.w. n. Wi OFFUTT'CO.,83d"andNBt.n. W. n. II. ELLIOTT, 1520 14th St. W. A: nEITMULLER, 1333 llth Bt:n. w. THOS KNOWLES, 120 32d at n w. B R WATERS. 1342 7th st n w. F M WALKEK 933-La avo J. B BHYAN & BRO, COS Pa avo. GEO O KENNEDY & SONS, 1309 F Bt n W. BROWNINO & MIDDLETQN, 810 Fa ave T II WALKER & CO, 040-50 La avo. A GAEGLU& CO, 13C0 7th Bt. N II SHEA. 033 Pa are., W-E ABBOTT. 1731 Pa nve n W, O.PESSAGNO&SONS.6089thBt. Italian. UVilAX HAIK BEAEEU. 3. ROOHON, 913 14th Bt. n. W. 8.HELLBR,7207thn.W. , XIOXEEB. WILLARD'S HOTEL, Pa avo and 14th st n W. TBELAND'8 HOTEL, Pa ave and 14th Bt, NOltMANDIE, 15th and U sta. ARLINOTON.jHOTEL. Vt. ave. and n at. WELCKER'S. 15th st, bet N Y avo and H sta. ARNOilOtbandletnw. EBBlTT.noUSE;i4thandFts; ,. , , METROPOIJTAN HOTEL,Pa avo arid Cthstl WORMLEY'B, 15th arid' Q sts. n. w. CONGRESSIONAL HOTEWCapItol Hilt. NATIONAL HOTEL,'Pa.'ave and 6th st. BT. JAMES HOTEL', Fa aye arid Cth'st'. THE JIAMILTONf 14th and K et n 'vf. THB BELVBDBBB. Fa ave and 3d at. , UOXEtS'AXji JlESTAVHAXXii. MOItOAN HOUSE, 32d St., abovoN. r OWEN HOUSE, Pa. nvo near UJ9. Treasury, JIT. VERNON nOTEL, 485 Pa', are. n. W. EilMITT HOUSE, opposIte'B & O Depot, COtUMDIA'nOUSE. 10th and B sts. LANGS (MOROAN HOUSE), SSOOicit ri w 11A11XE.SH AXI HOUSE UVODS. tUTZ &TJRO., 407'Fa ave. B, KNEESSI'S SON, 4257th. JtAEVWAKB. BARBER & 1I0S, llth nnd Q sts. F. P. MAY&.CO.. 634 P. ave- CnAS. T. CARTER is CO., COO Pa. ave. JAS. B. LAMBIE, 1415 N. Y. aye. W, WAGNER, S074 Pa. ave., F. Ai SCHNEIDER, Pa avo and 18th Bt n w. L. H. SCHNEIDBR'S SONS, 1003-10 Ta avo. J. B. KENDALL, 018 Pa aye. JOE OOlZrAXlEB. TRANSPARENT ICE CO,, 3337 Water Bt. GREAT FALLS ICE CO.,92l'ra.ave. INDEPENDENT 1CB CO., Fa. ay. and 12th Bt .JEirEKEltH. HARRIS & SHAFER. 1119 Pa. aro. MOORE & J.EDING, 1100 Pa. avo. A. L. BALTZSTEIN, Jr., 505 7th at. W.TAPPAN.COlOlhst. W. BRUNINGER. 92!f fa. are. J. n. ALBXR'S, 1403 llth St. J. 8. BLACKFORD, 8123 M St. S. W. T. THOMPSON, 3143 M Bt. n. w. T.VMHEB BEAEEUB. R. J.MoLEAN, 18th and B sta. u. w. It. n. WILLETT, 313 Cth ituw, i 15th & B stsnw. 1.1. Ml). GEO. J. JOHNSTON, 10J5 S9th Bt. U. W. E A MI'S, MUDDIMAN, O. A., Oil 12th St. n. W. EA OXBR It, WEST END BTEAM LAUNDRY. Tel., 1019-3. CHAMPION STEAM LAUNDRY, 1423 Pa avo. SWISS BTBAM LAUNDRY, 1323 F Bt. H. W, YALE BTEAM LAUNDRY, 623 10thst.n.W. DEXTER STEAM LAUNDRY, 491 Ost. n. w, EADIE.V VVBXIBIUXU UOUVB. PALAIS ROYAL, 12th Bt. and Pa. ave. DOUGLASS ft BRO , 513 and 014 9th St. n, W. Jtf IXEItA r. II VI XE11S. C. B, snAFFEll ft CO., 193 Pa ave. NOXllttEXXAT, OUKB, GEORGE L BBRNER, 629 Mass ave. THOS. IIBANY, 400 03 Mass aye, MEX'H EUJtXJSllEUS, It. T. MILLER, ISth and Pa. avu.s, O P BURDBTTE, 437 7th Bt. BTAXJOUltE A.vn, o uiitovonisx. MltE. PAYN, 703 15th St. n. w. SBHISOM A SONS, 41512 Uth it, O.W, WASHINGTON BUSINESS-DIRECTORY lAAAAAy MAllKETHt PniLADELPBIA, W. It. ColomaG fe CO conn are and IC ati CANNON & CHANDLER, "Homo." 11th -nndl sts. ,, . . i "FA1HI AOUT," J. C. Fenrson Son, 149 KM "OIRCLB." S.. II? OW YNNE, Vt a o and Lsi. FRKD. QUEEN, 1103 Pa, nvo., "Brighton." II. I. JIItADIttt, corner 8th and I Bt.-so. J. li. crown, 1RM 14th st. n. w.,"Eioelslor." COTTAOK MARKET, 818 lithst.n.w.. F. .1. TIIHIKTS. 1057 Conn, are., ."Palaoe." II. W. FISHEIl & SON, OSd and N sta n w. , ARI.1NQTON, Arutdolt ft Fairfax, leth A L. MILT. HVITEIEB, EDW. CORBETT, 480 Pa. avo. MEIWICAXX TAILORS. IT, D.BATm. till Ta. ave.- L. IC. DEYKNDOltF, 14111 Pa. ftVO. W. II. CRANSTON. 14S0 Pa. 8T6. J. A. ORlEbBAUR,5 Btll9t.n,W. II. KOPPEL. 1339 14th St. n. w. OWEN, cor irth at and N Y OVO n W. J. II. WILSON, 9i!3 M at SNYDER WOOD. 453 llth St, 1(, BARBAN & BENNETT, HlONTaVonW. juAaiutriBxs axj EKQiirxiikM. BnBPnEHD&nunLEY, 20112th at. "r-.i . K N QUAY & QO, Me avo. hot 3d A 4 stl. , atlliT.lXKllY, EXO'. 3. (X HUTCHINSON. 097.1'a. are. , LONDON BAZAR.713 Market Spaeo.. THE BON'MATtcbE, 3107th St. n, Tf. juts. p. mi men, ntioM at.- n, w. A.' M; PI8HEL, 8134 Mat. it. W. 8. COUEN, VH llth st n W.. .BTAXXLEH. X1T.EB. JPVKNAaMM. HAYWARD A; HUTCHINSON, 424 Pth IV . MlJ.iTARV ASI) HOOIETX UtiOB. S.N. MEYER. OK 7th st. ,, Jt . QXBXElt ItEAI.KRB. , itDWAttD'WEsfet'-lHli andX sta n 4. K1NOSLOW BON. 1020 ISiMst. . ovxiaJAxa., FRANKLINA'CQ.''. UinfPa. ave". H. n. aEMPLElT, 453 Pk ave." , . J.H.BIIAMnALL,6Q714thBt.n.W. U'jrOTU.LlXirdQRAPHBM. THB NOIUII3 PETERS CO:, 4M-80P'aTt'i' 1' 1 ' 1 1 1 in ,T , IMTJirXXXKSUfti s..i JTOD : DETWEILE1V 480-3 Uth at n W. GIDSrtN R03, SB8 Pa? avei II F.WILKIN8. J!18 lOtbaUnW J fl TOMI.1NSON, 006 F st n ,W. B 8 ADAMS, 51B llth it n It:' H JJtARTIN.ttKOBtnw. . y V itJjfriVMBEXBn&VTPXZWtJy-' X O SCHARR CO, 424 Uth Bt ft W, nENBY.McsnANE CO. 919 UiUut,in ifU.ll T.rJUiMERV'lLLB is 8ON8,310- UUiMbi W? FoxAtihiwkxEk.Uaj4bai JOirajCEYWOBTntSthahdDaU: V THK BIO TC-TJK. 183T51 Md avS; .jj ,.- NATIONAL PlB.BAKBKY.aio B Cap . ..JUAXOHi-OKOANSAXB XVMI0. IDWiF.'DROOP,0B5TArdT9. JOtUiiV;BLU8;i)tTra.ava . UVU,.S1'M ffi-VUuV4B,7Wlt.9 F. 0. 6Mrrn,l!5 Paj aro. n, Tv , . tfATxiiitAxaxxaB.' ,. ' .. GEO, WILLNEKjaoOth at. ". &t W; H. SPELBHOtosA 10287th it, B,WT , JOBNtcivGRBKNHsaotbat; ' - ' A.M;TUBMAN. 1701 Pa. ave; O. a, STOTT A-CO., 18 Bthit. K. MORRISON. 893-kT D Bt.n. Wi EASTON & RD1T. 431 Uth st OW. JtKAZ.ESTAXB, W." H.'SAnNDBRS COri407'F H'.Ww.'r 1 McBACRLIN A SvrCllKI.DBR. 10tkQsiW. GyEIJlYABTBVENS, 1335 F St. n. W. FnANaSHUFTY.lSOtJPBt-n.w.w , BWORMSTBriT & IlRADLBY, 927. it. a. . MA DALL1N08K. 1431 Fat n W. , KJDJXa itOlTOOJJt.--. il Mn and MraMIDDLETON, 1136 Var ar. WASH1NUTON, corner aid and FaU ' - ., .UEBXAVHAXXB., WW.nELMUS,4147thBt.n.W. .. ROSS. 7th Bt. above Pa.' avo. n; w. HENRY ALSCHWBES, 18th and F. AMAN'S.SlSOthst. u. w. OSDORN&noBAN,7lhatt4ClatU-t. HARYEYS. oornor Pa aye. and llth it. a.W PATRICK MOOHK, 604 Pa ave. SAUTTER, 603 Oth n. w. BANDKR8,033Dat. ' KARScirs, 1400 renna ave n w. nKNRy KAEUNElC&WDst. J V JOHNSON. 405 Uth Bt n W. K WAONRR210 Oth stn,w. GEO. F.KOZKL, 183714th Bt.. ,r -, JNO.L. DUIIKAKT, ICthahd FatanW. FBITiS ItSUTKlt'8, st and Pa ave. ' 11ILLIGE8, 1320 Tn avo. ., j.vujti:i: (ioov.1. , GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.i 303 8th Bt, n. 1 HOLMES & CO., 611 9th Bt. SXABT.ES. WF DOWNEY. 1023 23 LBt .. . . B F McOAULLY.?"Tally-IIo," 918 and 918 Oat. PORTLAND STABLES, 613 and 545 N Yav. J T PRICE ft SON, "National' 307-ltOth at. J B BERhY, Ebbltt,13( and O sts n w. JAS 0 110WEN, 625.29 N Y avo nvh.i ?. JOHN DUGAN, Market and Brldgo ata n w. BABll, BOOllS, BEIXBS, EXO. L. D. STONE, 203 14th 'at. n. W. . BEiriXO MACIIIXES. . , WM. BTIEPLINQ, 1751 Pa are. HonaehoMU BXOXE.r POT. STONE CO., 3230,Water at. BOAV n'OBKBi.,,.. WEAVER, KENOLA CO., 3244 Water, at. BIO VES, E VJIXACESAXV BAXBMB, B.F.GUY CO.. 1005 Pa. aTO. . -W. O. BERRY, 608 9th St. Also plumbing. W. H. HAHEOVBB, 8117th Bt. nw. BBbiixixa qboBS. Vt A.- tappAn.1 ibis Pa. are. J. I1.'KUEHUNO,'1206 1'a.avo. HAVE VErOS IT COITPAXZBB. WASniSAFBBKP.CO'.OlBPa. ave. . r, MAT, 8AFB.DBP. CO., N, Y. ayo and 15th tt, i .HXOBAQjr jrAKBJiqVBB. O. 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