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o THE WASHINGTON CRITIC. MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 14, 1889. WASHINGTON CRITIC EVEIIY KVENINfi, BY TUB WASHINGTON CRITIC COMPANY. HAT.T.KT KIMIOUUN. I'ronldont. OFFICE: No. 343 D Street Northwest, Post IluiUHNn, Washington, 1). 0. TISItMSl SlngloCopy 2 Cents Ily Carrier 05 Cents Ily Mull, potmen piiM, ono year S5.00 Ily Moil, postugo paid, six months 11.00 Mull subscriptions Invariably In ndvanoo. Address THH WASHINGTON OIUTIO, Washington, D. 0. WASHINGTON, JANUARY M, 1S9. Amusements To-night. AMiiunii's "Tho Lady Jor tho Tiger." . Hauius' "Hrfinlnto." Kationai Dnfr Opera Company. Keiinah's Nelson's World Company. Otcloiujia llnttlo or SI1II0I1. Willaiid's Ham Carpenter's Hypnotism. THU NATIONAL Z(M). Under tho nhovo heading; tho Now York 'Tribune of Sumtny hns 11 vury tltnoly ntul scnslhlo editorinl on tho cs tnblislimont of a Nntloiml Zoological Gordon ulona Hock Crook, a slto -which tho Tribune justly designates ns tho llnust presented by any capital in tho world. Tho Tribune urucs upon Congress tho need of promptness in making tho proper Appropriation for the establishment of .this National Garden, inasmuch as every year the native wild nnimuls of tho 1 United States aro decreasing rapidly in (lumbers, ntul specimens aro moio costly ind moio dllllcult to sccuro as tho tlmo 3S prolonged. It tako3 tho matter ontiroly rvway from .politics and places it on tho true fironnda of science, and appeals to tho Represen tatives In Congress to consider tho matter jn Ifs proper light. The CniTio hns, In season and out of ,'soasoti, by night and by day, been con stant In its efforts to impress upon Con gress tho great importance of establish ing in tho beautiful and picturesque Itock Creek Valley a national park, which would includo in its boundaries a zoological garden, as tho Tribune advo cates, and ns is now combined in tho great paVks of nearly ovcry capital in 33uropo. Thcro is no placo bettor ndaptcd for tuch a park ns in tho llock Crook Valloy. Naturo has made it everything. There is hill and valloy, cliff and crag, Btrcams of living water, wild woods and shadowy ravines, rooks and rills and a forest stillness within n half hour of tho ccntro of tho city ns profound ns may bo found In tho fastnesses of tho Hockics. Tho expense of improvement Would lb comparatively small when naturo has left so littlo for art to do. This is a city , of parks and squares, but thcro is no great park whero all tho peo plo may congrcgato and find such amuse ment as in every othor capital tho Gov ernment wisely provides for tho peoplo. Congress should not delay longer. There Is no good reason to stand back, Tho Seuato mado provisions for tho garden at tho closo of tho last session, but tho IIouso failed to respond and tho good dono was rendered null and void. Thcro is no job or scheme in this move ment. It is for tho public good and Congress, . which is tho creation of tho public, should ho prompt in responding to tho demands of Its creator. m Mu. O.vnii Scituitz, formerly famous for his perfect English, has evidently lost his grip on tho lnnguago by his stay in Germany. Our esteemed morning contemporory yesterday says ho said in his Now Yorji speech Saturday night: Politics are in a deplorably condition. GovpitNon. FoiuKKit's salary has bcoii increased to 8,000 per annum. It looks its if tho Ohio peoplo liko him so well that thoy propose to keoo him as Gover nor. Senator Sherman Is not going to object to any arrangement of this kind. Charles Dudley Warner, In Dccom- bcr "Harper," writes of Kentucky tiut . ns far as ho could s,eo dram drinking did 1 not prevail in that State. Gharlio's ncor-sij:htod, that's what's tho matter with him. The thanks of a helpless House nnd a grateful peoplo aro hereby tendered to "iir. 'Weaver, M. 0., from Iowa. It's Llliu Iluck Agiiu, Perhaps. It will, perhaps, surprise tho maturity of catre-goers to learn that Henry K. Dlxey U abject to stiigo fright. On ouo occasion, wlicu Dlxey and Mockay were to appear . .jointly at a benefit nt tho Academy of Music, thoy were both of thorn, practically and ubso- ' lutely 111 for a tlmo beforu tho curtuln wont up. fitago fright ot this naturo altucks the - oldest actors lit times, though the public bol- . dom discovers It. Stoiiei, of Mr, l.awrcnco llarrctt'a uorvousness on the occasion of a first production aro numerous hi professional click's. Thcro Is no explanation ot It, but ' thcro Is a generally accepted theory that men . who live propel ly nnd do not dissipate havo lets to fear from un attack of such enibar- , rassmeut than those who pursuo an opposite . course. fNow York Suu, TIib I'nrls .exhibition. Somorvillo I'. Tuck of Now York, the As sistant Csmmtsslonor-Uoucrul ot tho United t States to tho Paris Exposition of 1889, has mado public tho names of tho firms wlio have thus far applied for tpaco for exhibiting; their goods at suld exposition. The applications uro from all parts of the country mid com prise all Industries, arts, etc. Nearly 7S0 ap plications havo been received and It Is be lieved by the Commissioner that there will be uiliy j.iuuiixmuitors witon the list Is complete. Tlio list of uxhlblts for tho art group Is only purtly complete, and all pnlutlngs must bu favoiably passed upon by tho art Jury before thoy mo accented for exhibition. Tho space allotted bus, In a gleat measure, already been . distributed, mid much more space has been applied fur Hum could, possibly bo allotted, to Amcilcan applicants, (lunger 1'nssoil In lrJorila, Surffcpn-fJpncral Hamilton of tho Maiinp Hospital Service, having decided that all Oan per from fever lias passed, travel has beon re sumed throughout Florida, and many pepplp mo leturnlug to their old wlutor icsoita. UltlTICiriiAlt. Mil. IlAItlllSON'S CLOTIlng. Chicago papers niinounco Hint Mr. Harri son's Inauguration clothes do not lucludo n dress suit and that ho will appear without It at tho Inauguration ball. Ho will not wear a dross coat Hum; bo the Ilouvens with hlacUl 1'erhaps he'll wear a benjamin," l'crhaps a frock or sack. Pcrhiitu i Mother Ilulibnrtl Will grace his man)y form, Pulled up beneath his whiskers To keep Ids bosom warm, 'TIj well Hint fashion shudders And walls ahick-a-diiy ' When Ilnriisoti, tho leader, Would set tho stylo that way, TJ10 Nation goes to ruin, Tho Flag boglns to droop, When Harilsou disposes Tho dress coat In Ilia soup. What earo wo how tho ladles Attire themselves that night, It llcnjainln, tho Only, Is not appareled right? Now, rise up, Indiana, And with a clarion rail Insist upon a drcM suit At our inaugural Hall. Ily jlinmlnv Christmas, Jlennlc, Tho limit will bo reached, And If you dnu't 'dyko" proper, Wo'll seo that you're Impoauhod I vnns Jin socir.Tit:. "Ah, Mr. Do Dood, Is your faco for rent!" She languidly asked ami slow. 'Of courso trot," he said, "but why?" 8I10 said: "Because It looks vacant, you know," Tho man who borrows a dollar to return It next week, usually doesn't. Marrying for lovo and missing It Is very nearly as bail as marrylug for money and get ting It. In Society: Miss Dudclctto: Did you go to seo "Tho Lndy or the Tiger?" last week, Mr, Smartec? Mr. Smartoo (brilliantly) : Tho lady, of course, Miss Dudclctto. You didn't think I went to seo her father, did you? S. D. A. sends lu tho following, labelled "Poetry": Tho Lady looks In tho window And says Oh, oh, And tho Gcutomun's Focket- llook goes down mighty Low. P. S. Thcro aro two classes of poetry that roach n newspaper olllee: Poetry that Is good cnouch to bo good, utid poetry that Is bad enough to bo good. This belongs to one of them. Tho blacksmiths would havo n hard tlmo If It woro 11 penal offenso to forgo a horseshoe nail. fn Society: He: I know I'm not very hwllllant, Miss Mattlc, but It Is hahdly faiau to call mo tho missing link-, as Miss Mcntwcll did, do you think ? Miss Mattle: Of courso not, Mr, Kmpte, for you uro not missing nnd haven't been all even ing, havo you ? He (relieved): No, 1 haven't, nnd I'll just go ovah and tell her so, don't you know. - m EARLY 31U1LN1XQ NEWS. A Systum of Mysturloim Kobbcrlcs. Philadelphia Is all agog over a system ot mysterious robberies that havo been ruunlnjr over two months without tho detection of tho thief. Miss Nellie Kaull'mau, a saleswoman lu Urown's Japauoso store, was startled to llnd a man in tho basement soma tlmo slnco and reported tho matter to her employer Half a dozen men at once rushed downstairs mid reached tho cellar, but tho man had dis appeared. Every day just after dark tho figure appoaml In tho collar. Itepcatcd ef forts were lu vain mado to catch tho Btrango visitor. None of tho goods In tho stock looked as if thoy had been disturbed, and the straugcr was not bellovcd to bo a robber. Two detectives wero detailed' W Sul?" p'lho? mystery. That night tho btock was again counted and proprietor Hrownand tho two de tectives hid themselves In tho store. At mid night tlio hidden thicf-takcrs and Mr. Urown had not been disturbed, and thoy crawled out of their hldlug-placo and searched tho whole building. Tho bazar owner tho next morning was congratulating himself that ouo night hail passed without a visit from the strango man, when it was discovered that nine valuablo Turkish 1 tigs hud disappeared the night pre vious. Then tho big show ease, illled with nmber jowelry, was examined, mift It was found to havo been robbed. .Mr. Urown at onco began a thorough investigation, which showed that he has lost over $",500 worth of stock, Tho New K. or I,. General Master Workman Powdcrly ad dressed a meeting of District Assembly lG'J In Ulnghampton last night, including delegates from Syracuso, Auburn, Cortlaud and othor towns. After tho public meeting an execu tive session was held, at whlcu district ofllcors for tho coming year were elected. Mr. Pow dcrly made u long address 011 national topics pertaining to the IC-of L. Among tho othor things, ho stated that ono ot the-fqur alleged founders of tho Knights ot Labor, who aro trying to establlih a new order In Philadel phia, recoutly offered to 6cll out the new or der to him for $100, nnd ho had satisfactory proof that tho samo person bad previously of fered to sell out to John Wanamakcr. IVust Yii-Klulii l'nlltlcs. Tho ltepubllcan Senators of AVost Virginia will caucus to-morrow at Charleston, mid their candidate for president will then be se lected mid will be either Senator Carr, the so called Independent, or Senator Snider. It Is undei stood that Carr will support Snider, mid ho will, If nominated, got the straight paity vote. This will elect. Tho Democratic lead ers held a long conference last night. Tho case was discussed at length, and thov de termined to prevent tho declaration of Golf's election by any means that may bo In their power. Judge Fleming and Ills attorney Insisted upon the point as a step necessary to tho contest, and It was agreed upon after a hot debate mid against tho best opinion of tno more eousorvatlvo among them. The consti tution Is explicit, declining that the election lcturus must bo opened before any other busi ness mid tho icsult declared. ISrrniili of I'rumisn Sutt. Mrs, Mary I'lcnimlng of MUHIutown, Pa., has brought suit against Mr. John F, Patter son for breach of promlso ot marriage. Mr. Palteison was a Colonel on General Williams,' stall during the war, and afterwards repro lesented South Carolina in the United Status Senate. Do Is wealthy, uud was recently mar ried to Miss Frank, a pionilnent lady of Wau kesha, Wis. Ho Is 65 years of age, Iho plain tiff is -15 years old, and a resident of Philadel phia. The uuiouiit of damages asked Is not stated. Mrs. .Tuy do 11 Id Jin nil. Mrs, Jay Gould, wife of Jay Gould, the New York millionaire, died at 8:S(l last night in Now York city at her homo on Fifth uvo 11 uc. Mrs. Gould was before her inarrlago a .Miss Mlllor. Her father was a successful grocer of Now Yor!i. She was brqught up in a well-appointed homo mn, us a glT, wns accustomed lo all that wealth mid refinement could bring. Jay Gould was u partner of Mr. Leupp In thp leather business at the tlmo ho mariled Miss Miller and she biought hui a considerable for tune. Now lrej''s Soimlor. Tho struggle for Senatorial Jiouors In Now Jersey between Senator John It, McPherson and ex-Governor Abbott, will occur to-morrow or Wednesday. Kx-Goycruor Abbott, Mr. McPherson's opponent, can, It U alloged, count on only the following votes: Ono In Hudson, two In Kssox, ono in J'uss.ile, ono hi Monmouth, ouo lu Middlesex, three in Hun- teidon aud two In Wariou. Twenty-two votes will bo rcquhpd to carry tho joint cau cus, air. Mcruersoii has, by gouerul conces sion, a majority. Mr. Abbott, however, In sists that he bus a chance, but be keeps his plans a secret. Mf. Mcpherson will probably bo nominated on tho first ballot. On Thurs day, January ?3, tho Legislature will begin to ballot for Senator, and tho onlv niiesilon 1 seems to be whether Mr, Abbctt's friends will rcfiuo to vote for Mr, MoPherson. Three of them thus acting can cause a deadlock. To .v.ill tho rhloiigii Atlniillu. JudgoGrcMiam ot the United States Circuit Court, at Chicago, has decided tho big suit against the Chicago it Atlantic Hallway Com pany, fn which thu Farmers' Loan and Trust Company, tho Krlu Kallro.ul Company mid tho first and second mortgage bondholders were Interested to tho o.xlent ot $0,520,000 mid $13,000,000, respectively, the cuurt di recting that the mortgages bo foreclosed and tho property sold, Tho railroad world has watched tho outcome of this suit with Interest. Ilurr .Must III llml Udnr. Tho Anarchists who opposo John Most as a leader In New York havo orgaulznd into tho Hadlculo Arbcitcr lltind, and Issued a circular denouncing Most. It Is claimed that from a revolutionist of tho orthodox typo, he has degenerated Into an ndvocato ot mild meas ures. It Is also claimed by Most that tlioo men Intended to assasslnalo lilin November 1!) last, at tho anniversary of tho banning of tho Chicago Anarchists, by creating u disturbance In tho procession and then shooting Jilm, Ho ' had advised that no parado bo held, and nonu wns held, Tho circular states this to bo a fabrication of Most to gain followers, as ho has bean rapidly losing thpm of late. Iliutli of liov, lliirrlmm MoN'nnr, Intelligence has been rccelrcd at Annapolis, Md., ot tho death of Ilov. Harilsou MoNcor of tho Methodist Episcopal Conference, who died at Odcnton Saturday night last. Ho was sixty tight years old and liad'bccn sick for a year. Oldiiliiiiiiit Trouble. A party consisting ot somo twenty families passed through Galucsvlllo, Toxas, yesterday on tho Gulf, Colorado & Santa Vo train en routo lo different points In Toxas, who wero expelled from tho Oklahoma lands by order of tjio War Department. Considerable turmoil Is arising In Oklahoma and adjacent country over tho arrest aud ex pulsion of tho baud of 100 families ot emi grants who wended their way thltlier a short tlmo ugo for tho purpose ot locating lu Okla homa upon what thoy consider Government lauds. ltlcliinoiid, Y11,, Labor Trouble. The stone-masons and helpers employed 011 tho City Hall work threaten a strike, In con sequence of tho action of tho Committee on Grounds aud llulldlucs In directing tho dis charge ot all tho ltcpuullcans engaged on tho work. At a meeting of tho dissatisfied workmon last, night a resolution was adopted to bo pre sented to the commlttco to-day, and, If neces sary, to tho two branches of tho Council, dis approving the latter action lu discharge of good citizen mechanics from tho work. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. General John 0. Wack Saturday evening addressed tho Norwood LItorary Society of tho Norwood Institute. A largo number of prom inent society peoplo wero present, Tho wives of all tlio Justices of tho Supremo Court exocpt Justleo Matthews will bo at homo to callers to-day. Mrs. G. H. llenedlct ana Miss Hortto Douo dlct of 131 .Maryland avcuuo northeast, as sisted by .Mrs. Youmaus, Mrs. Croftut. Mrs. Parsons, Miss Jones and .Miss Gcncsl, will glvo a tea party this afternoon hi honor of their guests. Miss K, H. Kttlngo of Now York and Miss A, O'Neal! of Great Harrington, Mass. Tho wlfo ot ltepresentatlvo Hlanchard of Louisiana will hold her llrst formal reception to-morrow at her homo; 313 North Capitol street. Mr. nnd Mrs.U.I.Flcmlng havo as their guest Miss llnttlo Hawloy of Omaha. Miss Huwloy will assist Mrs. Fleming in receiving to morrow. Mrs, Ingalls will bo at homo to callers to day. Owing to tho recent death of a relative Madam lloiucro will omit her reception to morrow. The wlfo and daughter of llcprescntntlvo Hatch of Missouri havo returned to tho city aud will bo at homo to callers on Friday dur ing tho season. Mrs. Mcnocal will bo assisted at 'her recep tion this afternoon by bor guest, Miss Fcblger. Mrs. Allco Shaw, the whistler, puckered bor pretty lips In a whistlo for tlio Chlueso Minis ter at tho homo of Mr. E, U. Youmans, Chief Clerk of tho Ticasury Department! last oven lng. Mr. Youmaus Is an old townsman of Mrs, Shaw, Curds have boon Issued by Mrs. James L. Kolley for a tea on Thursday from 4 to 7. A tea will bo given on Thursday by Mrs. James II. Hopkins. In honor of Miss Susan Halo, Mrs. Charles Augustus Williams will give a luuohcon to day. Mrs. mid tho Misses Boilings will glvo n tea to-morrow, A tea will bo glvon on Friday by Mrs. Fred erick May in honor of .Mrs. William May. A card reception will bo given Wednesday evening oy senator ana Airs. I'addoek. Tho engagement of Miss Nellie Augur to Mr. Thomas Hyde, Jr., is announced. Miss Alice Johnson, who, tho rcudors of Tun CniTio will remember, made a great hit nsAVncIn "Zlg-Zag," has been .compelled by Illness to cancel her engagement and return to her homo in this city. Tier recovery will bo awaited with great auxloty by n largo number of her friends, Mr. and Mrs. Lcldy 8. Dcpew havo returned from their pleasant Western lirldul tour and are housekeeping lu South Washington, occu pying tho elegant rcsldenco handsomely fur nished oppdslto tho brldo's father. Mr. C, 11, Church gavo tho bride a deed to tho hotiso as a hrldal gift. Mr. Frank Luorsscn, who was formerly at Staudlford's pharmacy, Is back again ut tlio old stand after a sojourn In Philadelphia for tho last two or three years. Mr. Luorsscn lira a host of friends who will bo glad to learn of his return. ' Thu National Zoo. It would bo an oxcellont thing It the two Houses ot Congress could pass, oven at this short session when general legislation has so littlo chanco, tho bill introduced by Mr. Breck inridge, establishing a National Zoological Garden In Washington. If tho bill does not pass now. thcru must bo at least a year's delay and probably more In getting tho project un der way; and ovcry deluy is u serious loss. With overy year tlio rate of extinction ot our wild animals, which this garden Is expected to preserve, becomes moio rapid, and It s also to be considered that delay means tho loss ot both Instruction nnd pleasure to a great num ber of visitors to tho Ciipltul, Thcro can be no doubt that If Congrcfs should once authoiize this institution It would grow with surprising rapidity. Largo numbers of offers havo hecu received from vailpus parts ot the world, fiom consul and others, of ani mals to bo placed In the garden, but thoso can not bo accepted until Congress makes some provision for them. Tlio nucleus ot such a collection already exists under tho charge of tho officers of tlio Smithsonian Institution. There is no politics lu tho scheme. Jt orig inates with scientific men who see that unless somo steps are taken to preserve clastos of an imals that aro fast disappearing beforo the ail vauco of civilization, thero will soon Do a most lamentable, not to suy dlsoredltablu, gap lu tlio history ot tho animal llfu of this continent, There is no Job lu It. Thoappropilatlon asked Is too small to glvo enough maigiu for any thing ot that sort. All that Is required is $'JOO,000, ot which not more than sovcu-tenths piobably would bo needed for tho puichuso of thu most beautiful site, so It Is bald,. for such a garden to bo found In any capital of tho world. Tho expenses of maintenance need not bo gleat, especially as judging from tho pxperleuco of other collections, It Is be Jloved tho gifts would represent 75 per cent, of tho acquisitions. Every consul in a tropical countiv would take a n.itrlotlc. Inti.n.itt In n. curing specimens for such a collection nt tlio .Tiuiionai unpiim, aim tlio snmn rule would doubtless hold good logurdlng native speci mens. Kvciy civilized Government regards tho es tablishment and suppoitot such collections as part of Its legitimate work, and tho United States should not ho loft bohlud. It Is tho poorer people who ara ehlelly buuellted by the Information and tho amusement thus to ho ob tained, and It Is hi their Interest tnat Congress should pass tho bill. Hie project was ap piovcd by a largo majority of tlio Senate nt iho Inst session In mi aniendmont to thu Sun dry Civil bill, but failed hi tho closing hours through opposition lu tho House, when that body was far from full. It ought to bo pos slhlo now to sccuro favorablu net Ion In that body,-N. Y. Tribune. - Pants to order, S1.G0. Elseman's,7D) and B. Overcoats reduced to SU.OO. Jilscmau's 7th it E, McnM nt Oovcrnor Ciirtlii'm Somo years ago a tramp vus arrested and brought before the burgess ot llollolonto, charged with defacing privato residences, Ho had been caught scrawling calullstlo figures upon Governor Curtln's handsomo mansion, mid tho Governor was picseut at the hearing, not as a prosecutor, however. "1 din not a tiamp," nald tho prisoner, when asked to give mi accoui t ot himself. "I am a coal miner out of n Job, and I urn working my way from Pittsburg to Schuylkill County! Thorn murks aro signs. To every hungry man who travels tho road they will toll him when he comes along that the until who lives in that house will always give a follow a squarn menl for tho asking." "Despite all the honors that have from tlmo lo tlmo been paid me," said itho Governor, speaking of tho incident, "It was tho proudest moment of my Ufo when that poor devil spoko up for 1110 In tho burgess' ofllce hero in my own town." Philadelphia Times. Tim L'oot'H Joltu. A slender, dark-faced and studlous-looklna man ot uncertain age; thick, dark hair falling lu bangs on a thoughtful foiehcad, and earn est, even Impassioned manner, stood lu tho temporary cloak-room of tho Players' Club on Now Year's morning with hat check No, .10 lu his taper lingers, Ho was Itlchnrd Watson Glider, tho poet editor of tho t'cnlury. As ha groped In the sholves and cubby-holes, n rasp ing volca called out to him; "lleie, take my lint and coatl " liaising his small, alert head lo transfix tho brusqiia'strniiger with his dark, deep-sunken eye, Jlr. Gilder and Mayor Hewitt recognized each other, bowed and smiled. "1 thought you wero tho attendant," explained Mr. Hewitt, "hut you might as woll put my liht uwav, as you don't seem ablo to llnd your owul" "Your hat, Mr. Hewitt," icplled Mr. Gilder, "I don't seo why you should need n hat when your head goes oil to-day J "N. Y. Woild. . A Now J'lirfitmn. Tho church was beautifully decorated with sweet spring llowcrs and tho air was heavy with their fragrance. As tho scrvlco was about to begin small Kitty pulled her mother's ulecvo and whispered, "Oh, mamma, don't it smell solemn?" Harper's Young Peoplo. Pr.oFr.ssou Cook's Halm of Llfo positively cures iullummatlon. Suits reduced to SIMM). Klscman's, 7th & E. SPECIAL NOTICES. -Wl.'TAlcn l'l.HAHlTIiti IN INTOllM. 3a tug tho pitbjlo that on neoouut of iici'dlmt a loror store, wo have removed to No. 1'J'JII Js st. 11. w wtiero wo shall bo plaited to see our friends and patrons. CUTELY & AM)HICII. yrfCpti TO Mlta. JIKNCIKHT'S, .111) OTII Hs! streot northwest, for tho cclobratoil Columbia Full-weight Woolen Yum. Stamp ing dono. All material.! for ueedlowork. VVG5Sa.Mlt. FUANK 1. 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Call nt our oflico, Olfi 7lli st. n. w or send potnl and our agents will call on you with u llnootBamplcs. AIUtAHAM L. 8ALTZSTEIN. Jr., Manager of 'I ho New York Watch Club Co., B15 7th st. n. w bet. E and F sts. V?rC?a.NKW.MUSIOSTOnE.-AI.(i KINDS OK Ga fcihoct Jluslo and Muslo Hooks; all the Ho nnd 100 muslo publlsliod. 1IENHY WHITE, 00.", 7th st,ii w, opposite Patent Oflico. VrrC?,THE WASniNOTGN AltClilTECTlf lyZS JUL IKON AND llRIDOi: WOHKS. WOltKS, Corner of Water and il'Jd Stroots, Washington, I). C. Tolephbnu Call, 4'J8-;i. ltoofs. Bridges, Turn-Tables, eto. Itollcd Iron nnd Steel Ilemus, Channels, Anglos, etc. Cast Incs of every description, Ornamental Cast and Wrougtit-Iron ' Work a SDColalty. Plans, Est! mates and strain-Sheets promptly furnished on :appncation.- apooui nioiiiuos tor Heavy Cast ings. Capacity of works, B.OOO tons per annum. , JJDWAHD L. DENT, II. K H 1 owner una ucnoPa(iiianagor. flS .PORTAIJLE GltATES, 3 FENDEltS. ANDIltONS, FIltE SETS, I J Cheaper than over. Examine our,'cxtonslvo stock boforo purchasing. lUYWAltl) & HUTCHINSON, Jtil lithst; vTrtbDH. HUNTEK's'llLOOrfpiLLS CU1IE Ki all Impurities lu nil Its forms uuastuiros; scrofula, eczema mid skin diseases speedily cured. Also excellent for urinary and Kidney discuses. Price dl. For sale ntSTANDIFOItD'S Pharmacy, Uth mull' n. w. Open all night. tPSz NUW BOOKS, H0T1EUT ELSMEltE. 'JOHN WARD, I'ltEACIIElt. THE OWL'S NEST, by Wlster. ItAYJIOND KEItSHAW, by Cox. THE STOIlY OF AN AFiUUAN FA11M. W. II. MOUUISON, 1331 F8THBKT NOHTHW'EST. t?gg& LAMAR i: ZACHRY, S. K. PHILLIPS, ATTORNEYS. oo'22-ly Sun Building, 1315 FbtrooL hr!ai!N-TLEMEN DESIRINO THE COR W2r" reetstvlo In FULL DltKSS SHIRTS, TIES, OLOVES. VESTS, eto., should call on -P. T. HALL. DOS F Mreut northwest. vryECOALI COAL WXES LOW THICKS THIS MONTH. Place vour orders with S. C. CARTER, llll'll AND I) STREETS, S. ' BRANCH YAlfl); -105 Itatrcot, S. W. Telephone Connection. W. tftCys.LADIKSj LADIKSI LADIESI l2i Mrs. JIcCafTerty is tho ouly hat and boimet-frmnu manufautuier in the city. Cull and sea her now shapes. Bleaching and pros lng. Straw mid felt Hats altered to tho latest stylos. Orders promptly attended to, 100!) (i street n. w. rtKTpa, PRIVATE LESSONS. - PREPARES lysak. for Woit Point, Annapolis, College, Ciyll Scrvlco mid all or.mnluatlnns, S. W r'LYNN, A. SI., Ivy Institute, Southwest corner Sth mid K sts. n. w, ySS,LADlE3 CAN HAVE THEIR FELT "2i hats pressed In tho now Fall styles. Don't forgot munbor, Whltinu's Uloachlng and illlllniiry Establlshuiout, r18 Tenth street northwoat. js,SI'EClALTlEtf. CHOICE WESTERN CUT A'ND I.ONO HAY. FANNED OATS Constantly on Hand at tho Lowost Murket Prices. II, D. COUBRAN, Wholesalo and ltotull Dealer In FLOUH.I GRAIN AND HARNESS, 1317 FOURTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST. Has? .GIKXIAN'K INSTALLMENT HOUSE. Having I'omored to my Now Store, v.hi unuv Ji tevouiiibi. n, w , I am prepared to tod olieapor than any other credit house In tho eltv. Our stook of (MR- J'.'A'V&..O'W'tW'IIS, .MATTINGS, RHUS, HEA MlllYli A, L'OOKINO STOVUS, rAlll.OK, iP'ROOJI, UININCI-KOOM AND KITOHKN BED FURNITURI'. is comploto, and will bo sold on Credit cheaper than thoy can ho sold olsowhoro foroush. Como und too us nnd you will bo sat. Islled tha (JKOOAN'S, 730 and 7-11 7lh st. 11, y IS THK PLACE TO DUAL. All Ompets bouuht from us wo will mako nnd lay on tl6 lloqr free of eost. Tis,LOyEltS OF GOOD BREAD SHOULD 1 WHITE LILY The best noil In the world, Madobj C. W. CISS!LLACO,, Proprietors of tho Original Roller Mills, Georgetown. D, C, ttSSS?11'0" GOQD-FITTINO GARMENTS WILMAH UAUT, Corner Oth and 0 sts 11 w . Under National Hotel trYGSkSOUTH BUS tNVESTMBNTjtm COAL, fci'-vSU iron ami Timber Lands. . A K. ItANDLUbeg-tooaU the spoolal atten tion of person dulrln lo acquire such prop erty In Innrti or small tracts nt tlio very lowoU prices, Kull particulars 011 application. Ad dress !!(!:) 7th st., n. w.. Washington, I), C. YfTrt5Wr CJrM KTJ5HHOTT &C0.7"Milsid yyS Dealers have r moved from Poiiusyl vnnla nvemio to their now building, 1110 Fat 11 w, three iioors wot of W. It Muses & Koin. Oldest mid tnoilexlcnslV to mulo establishment In tho city. f WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. IXTANTKD-ANOVKi SUEIt.Oll niHKI' AD VV vcrtlser, and two to live assistants mu cording to size of county and population)! $00 11 month salary mid expoesos jo ovcrseots, ntU S40 to assistants; mi peddllmr, no o'lolllna! duties confined lo nuking collections, ilKr.liut lng prlntod matter, putting up nilverllcmciils, etc., tor tho two giuutost Vartitno-mnkur In Amorlon tho Furmcr'HglO Mro Proof Oonibliin lion-Lock Mafo (sold on monthly lii'tadim-nts), mid the wonderful Electric Fitol, for warming slolghs. carriages, etc., which burns without flume, smokooroilnr. mid will heat any vehicle 'it hours for 10 oentiloxrcnscs nil vanced; salar ies piild'oach month! Ineloso Hlo postueotor lull Kp-clinun lino of advertising matter tatho .1. L. STI-.PHtNH CO.. Ubauon, Ohio, WANTED - COLONISTS. -MONEY AD vanced for railroad fare and expenses of trlpfrom any point ratol tho Itocky Mountains, to visit The (Ireut Wither Colony Property, Snc ramenfo Valley, Oil., nuw being developed by the California and Soul hem I.und Company. City Lots mid California Fruit Tracts frco. Send 10c postage for maps, plats, oto., to CALIFOR NIA AND SOUTllKltN LAND COMPANY. CltV of Bed Bluff, California, WAJiTllII-OLD GOLD AND SILVER bought lor cash by WM. FRIEDEHICII, tlio manufacturing Joweler. 005 7th st, opp Pat ent onico. . I'EflSONAL. TUSTIPSOLD STAND IS THE ONLY I'LAOR t) vlicro llr.u-olaii second hand clothing enn bo sold ut respectable nrlcos, ' Address or cull at (lit) 1) strool northwest. c IVlIi SllllVKJE EXAMINATION CiUESTIONS unu uniwurs. send 111a to S. W. FLYNN, A. M Ivy Institute B w corner Sth mid K sis 11 w, FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. I710R SALE-A VERY FINE NEW PIANO, 1; rich mouldings. Ivory keys, eto.; warranted lor sovon years; S'J Hi cash; n bargain. F. WALDECKER & CO.'S Muslo Storo. 7111 7th street northwest. FOR SALE HOUSES. F OR SALE-COMFORTABLE TWO-STORY lrama dwell nit. with brick hastnncnt: H rooms; all mod Imps; locution northeast; con venient to streot cars; price $2,G00; only $000 lu cash required. TYLER & RUTH ERFORD, 1307 1' street northwest. nrait SALE-THREE 'J-STOHY AND BASE 1: mont brinks, F st, ncur 2d n c; (1 rooms and bath; m. I.; nearly now; $'.!,r00 each. It. It. T. LEIPOLD, 1300 F st 11 w, second front room. E JtOH HALE-FINE BUSINESS PROPETTY ON ' 7th st. bet 11 nnd II stH n w. Must bo sold to close mi estate. R.1LT. LEIPOLU, 1300 F st 11 w, seeoud lloor frout. FOR RENT HOUSES. T?OR RENT-UNFURNISHED. 1'Ji-tFstnw, "23 rs 62S0 nn 1-10U Mass nvo nw.lG rs 10(1 (17 l'I2SJIussuve, II is inooi) 1730 Mass avo, 17 m.... 1 125 00 Pstnw.l'Jrs 125 00 1125 loth stnw, 15 rs 115 00 Kill It I nve, 12 rs 100 (K) Kllil It I nvo! 12 rs...; 100 00 KIM 21st 11 w, 10 rs 100 00 1322i,stnw,ll rs 100 1)0 172lCoiinavo,lH's.., ,t 10000 1702 Pa avo n w. 10rs. 1)107 DIM conn avo, 10 rs S7 no 17281st nw, 13 rs S3 33 llth st n w. ncarO, 15 is 83 33 lOUDBstn w, warououdo SO 00 2027 I llllycr Placo, I) rs , 70 00 817 12th st 11 w, 14 rs 70 00 2(12.1()stll w, urs 70 00 1527 O st n w, 11 rs 70 00 1511) 20th st 11 w, 10 rs (15 00 lU2115tll ttllW, llll'S '. (15 00 1415 Nut 11 w.llrs (15 00 1337Rstn w.Srs CO 00 2013 Hlllycr Place, nrs (to 00 S2112thstn w. storo and dwg tio 00 1118 N stiiw. 10 rs 55 00 .lOSGstn w. 12 rs..... no 50 lull Nstn w.Srs no 00 2033(l8tnw, 10 rs 45 00 211(U4thstii w.lOrs 45 00 211414tlittnw,10 rs , 41 (17 212014ihstn w. lOrs 4107 17i!OI6thst n w 40 00 153H Pierce Place 40 00 I'lOOChnplnbt.Ors , , 40 00 140S Chaulp st. 0 rs , 10 00 1410 Chaplll st.Drs , 40 00 1370Bstsw, 11 rs 40 00 210(1 1 lth stnw. 10 rs. .....,-. ,V... 40 00 121371H stn w, I) rs, 35 DO 153120tli8tn w, 7 rs. ..,,,.. I. ,,..U,t 1 35 00 152l2f)thstn w.Hrs 25 00 liooiothstn w,7rs 28.00 2isiststsw, (I rs : .. moo 2l()lst8tsw,(l rs 15 00 222 1ststsw,tlrs 15 00 2201stbtS w,(lrs , 15 00 220 1st st s w, (I rs 15 00 The above houses can bo examined by permit from our ofllce only. THOMAS J. FISHER & CO., 1321 Fstn w. FOR SALE AND RENT. P EAL ESTATE BULLETIN iV Of TI103. J:. WAGOAMAN, 1)17 F Street. Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturdays. TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. 2210 to 2231 Boundarv st 11 w, bh, 4 rms , 510,000 2021 to 20 1 2 Boundary st n w, bh, 4 rms 15,700 200 to 20 1 O st, and 1320 nnd 1328 2d stn w, bh, 4 and CI rms. 13,500 2211 tn2220 llithstn w, b h, 5 rms.... 13,000 2 to 0 7 th st road 11,300 1733 to 1741115 stnw. (Inns 0,000 701 to 700 Farnuut st 11 w, b h, 5 rms. , U.000 isoi toison Lstn w. t it, r mu 0,000 1 to 0, alley bet 12th and 13th, M uiid N stsu w... 0,000 1131) tolir.114 23d stnw.fli. -Irs 0.000 17J0N Ynvonw.bh, 14rs 0.000 1123 20( h st n w, f h, (I rs, pud 2 houses roar.'l rs .., 5,000 1311 Dstnw.f h.Ors , 5,(100 332H to 331 1 1' st n w.fli,5rs 5,000 12 17 mid 1210 Madison st 11 w, f h, 4 rs, ami 2 1) h rear 1,800 825 22dstn w, till, I) rs. .,,.....' 1,800 h2722dstn w.lili.11 rs l,700 UM'JIstii w, bh. I) rs 4,000 Alley bct(ltlinud7th mid L mm M stsn- w,th,4 rs ,., ,'1,500 38Fstnw,bh,7 rs U.50U TO LEASE. ' For n term of 25 years, a valuablo piocoof business property on Uth Ht. near Pa uo 11 w: rout 125 per month and tuxes: lessee to build on same, Rent per iinnum. list, bet 4th and Sth no S2l 00 UNlMPJtOVED PJIOPEttTY FOlt SALE. I'ur font. K st, bet Kith and 17th 11 w $1 00 Pa avo, bet (lth und 7th sts so..,,,. ! 00 jiopKiusM.-net unnu raw II st, bet N II nvu and 2.1th st 11 w. N J live, bet (2 mid It sts 11 w N o cor N 11 uvo and F st 11 w S w cor Ud and U sts 11 0.,.., HOUSES FOR RENT. 1 25 1 25 1 no . ....., .700 DUo Per month. 300 A stn o.Ors .SOU 00 1114 Mil uvea w, 14 rsi 30 00 non 7th st no, 7 rs. ,....,., ,.,.,, 20 110 1701 lldyst 11 w, 11 rs 20 00 1527 nth stn w, nrs m no 712 1st stn 0.0 rs, in 00 18 Myrtle vt, 7 rs 15 00 irjomui 001 Cms w, 4 rs , 14 00 B15 lllhst so, 7l'rt,,., , 14 00 t231stSlH W, 5 rs , 12 30 7th st road. 5 is ,.,,,,,.,, , 12 no 12iil)35tl) stn w, (Irs , 12 00 Rear nop arii stn w, 4 rs ,, 10 01) nil Goat allovn w, Irs ,,., II) 00 220 Del avo 11 0, 5 rs 10 00 Alley bU (lth ani7tli, Gum! Hue, 6rs.. 8 50 21-curot 1211 Dst h w, 3 is , , 7 no 1 Pleii'-mit. Plueonw, 1 rs... , ,, 7 00 218 and 220 13th st s o,:l rs '. 4 00 1817 Bstse,4rs , ,,,, 301) REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT. Hafoas U, S, bonds: it nor oout., payable ipiur torly; In sums 3100 to SI, (ion; small premium charged. LOANS. In sums to suit nt 0 percent. The ubovu Is only a portion of tho proporty on my hooks, For lull list call at oliloo tor bulletin Issued; 011 tho 1st and inth. MONEY TO LOAN. M ONEYTOLOAN ON REAL ESTATE AND uiwui-Duvui!iita wuuutii ueiuy. , JAMES F. BROWN, Real l.stnto uud Loan Broker, . 1103 F street northwest. 100 nilftTi" W,AS .0!? U1;'U' ESTATE fplvJUiUUW Iniinioimtstosuli. B. H, WARNER & CO., OlOFstliW, MCJNKV TO I,(.tX ON REAL ESTATE OR flrst'class securities ut lowest ruto of In terest, No delay where security Isgood. O 0.0 II HUN. S!l);i7tlistnw. MOSKV TO I.0A1 ON IMPROVED MTV REAL ostato. McLACiiLAN &BATCHELDEK, 1225 F StllW, M KINKY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. lowest rates. No delay. 1'. H. SMITH .fc SON. 122UF8UW. I 1'. 11. bMll'll .c SON. 1222FstW. I A AUCTION SALES. vyUGKS CO., Auctioneers. LAROBAND IMPORTANT SALE OF FURNI TURE, Ac. ON ACCOUNT OF REMOVAL WE WILL. BY ORDER OF MR. JACKSON YATES, CLOSE OUT AT PUBLIC AUCTION ON JIONDAY MORNING. FOURTEENTH OF JANUARY. COMMENCING AT TtiN O'CLOCK, THE ENTIRL STOCK OF HOUSEHOLD FUHNI. TURE, &0.. CONTAINED IN PREMISES SOUTHWEST CORNER OF MARYLAND AVENUE AND SEVENTH ST. SOUTH WEST. AND ALSO STORES 001 AND 303 SEVENTH STREET SOUTHWEST, In part consisting of Walnut nnd Ponlnr Bed room Sets, Parlor1 Furniture, Lounges, Ndo board, Walnut and Poplar Extension Tables, chairs In vutlety, Safes, Springs Mattressi's, Cots. Oilcloths, Kngravllig, Feathers, odd pletos, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Stands, Tnblr", Hat Rucks, Children's Cludrs, Mmblo-top Tables, &o.,nItdgotliernlnrgo assortment of desirable stock, to which thonttcntlou of privato buyers and dealers Is invited. REAL ESTATE. mitus.A..iiiTcm;Lil, X Rout Estate Broker, 03 1 F st n w, Room 1, Special attontlonpahl to thoaxchanga of all descriptions of roat ostato aud personal prop erty, mining stock, oto. BENJ.P. IIAVIS, REAL ESTATE BROKER. 1310 F st, adjoining Sun Building. Suburban proporty a siieclalty. COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS &NOTARIES c. S. 11UNDY, COM'R OF DEEDS AND NO nry Public, 453 Lu, avo , opp. City Hall, Rll. EVANS, 1321 F STREET NORTHWEST, . Commissioner of Deeds for nil States nnd Territorial, Notary Publlo, Hours fromO to 4:30. Mineral Spring Water, This extraordinary water romarkablo as a grout natural remedial ugont and, at tho samo tlmo, when carbonated, a most delightful and exhilarating bovorago was discovered In tlio Centennial Year 1S70, on tho farm ot Mr. 0. P. Mueglll, In Baltimore County, situated on Giccn Spring avenue, about flvo miles north of Druid Hill Pn'rk, and ono-qunrtcr of a mllo from Strontla Spring station, on the Green Spring Branch of tho Northern Central Railway. Tlio elevnllon Is nearly teen hundred I'M nbovo tide. Strontla wator, while possessing astonishing curative properties, H especially In its highly effervescent state, n delightful nnd refreshing beverage, promoting digestion, etc, It will euro Oout and llieumatim. Is will rollovo nny disordered oondltlon of tho lAter, Stomach and Jlowits, Diarrhoea mid Djf enltru. It will restore the Tone- 0 the Stomach and In crease tho appetlto. It will bo found of great scrvlco In Scrafuhut Afftctlont uud Weakntt of the Lnwit. In offering this water to tho public, tbo Com pany doslios to call attention to tho standing ot 'the citizens who testify tolls worth, not know ing of another product which shows ut home higher testimonials of excellence. MEniCAIjQKUTIFlCATKS. From the President of the Board of Health for the State of Maryland. TowsoN, May 2(1, 1887. O. P. Macoii.l, Esq.. Dear Air: It gives mo Keat pleasure to statu that 1 wus entirely re ived of Muscular Rheumatism of etx timntltt' stunning by tho frco use of your Strontla Wutcr, 1 suffered much puln mid inability lo usumy arms. 1 tried a number of remedies without effect. Noticing tho oxcollcnt results In Dr. Chancellor's' anso, and havltia always u high opinion or tho wuter, I used It, with the nbovo result, und havo hud no roturu of the Rheuma tism. Sincerely yours, JACKSON PIPER, M. D. From the Secretary of the t Board of Health for the State of Maryland, Bai.tijioiib, May 11, 1887. Cou 0, P. MrniLL. Dear Sir: Your Strontla Water has certainly dono mo a great deal of pood. For several years 1 suffered painful attacks of Ithcumutio Gout, ioriiiuciiru or wuicii 1 wus miiiiccu to visit ma principal springs and water cures of Europe, us well as many In this conulry, but without any posuivo rciiui. i (turn rectum more oeneju jrom (tri 11 Una Strontla Water limn from alt other eouicet,and I tnuet reaard,lt,'a a rfry tatmible remedial agent. As a tablo water mid food nol vont it is unsurpassed, and especially valuablo in many forms ot Dyspepsia. Very truly yours. 0. W. CHANCELLOR, M. D. Wo could mid hundreds of others to tho abovo, but space will not permit. Manner In Which the Water is Put Up and Sold. F Strontla Wuter Is scld In effervescent condl Hon, In pint, quart and halt' -gallon glass bottles Each bottlo bears upon Its faco n yullow labol having u red ccntro und red shlo squares, tho centre bearing a fau blmllo ot tho btrontla spring house, which constitutor our Trado-Mark.nnd u yellow ueok label having upon It tho word "Strontla," Tho water is also delivered In offerveseent condition. In siphons nnd founts. in tho sluto lu which It Is tuken from tho soring, it Is told In plur, quart and half-gallon gluss bottles, labeled as above. PRICE LIST: EFFERVESCENT OR NON-EFFERVESCENT. 1 Case, 10 Gallon Bottlos I Doz, Bottles, quarts.,, , 1 Cane, 50 Bottles, quarts 1 Doz, Bottles, pints ICaso, 100 bottles, pints .S3 25 . 1 75 . d 00 . I 25 . 8 00 G.G. & 1412 and 1414 Perm. Avo., "WASHINGTON, B. 0 Solo Acent for tho District of Columbia, EDUCATIONAL. T,rr. vkiimim si:jgkaiiv,iioo, hoi.iioo. 1?J. HKIMslreot ami 1128 Eleventh street. Hoarding and Day Sl.tiool for jounj; ladles mid littlo girls. Fourteenth year opens Wednesday, Outobor 3, for reception of boarding pupils;. Thursday, October-1, for reception ot day iiuplls. JIRS. K.J. SOJIKKS, l'rliielpal. mm: jriaii.iT, school oi'JiAMIuauks. TERMS BEGIN NOW. I2311THST.N, W. MIS' lULCIl'SnVIL SERVICE INSTITUTE AND BIIilNESS SCHOOL, 1207 10th st II w. Open nil tho year. Pupils prepared for all examinations, . MORWOOli "laSTITirrK-SELEOT SCHOOL 1 FOR GIRLS. Apply nt 1 107 Muss, avo., Mr, mid Jlra. W.D. CAi-ELL. Principals. Pupils received anytime. M'I)(AL!.K,liIS' SCHOOL, CORNER JUSS. avo and 17th st, Washlugtoa, D. 0. Soooud session, Fob. 1 18SH. Miss Cutohoon's Evening Travol Class will begin Fob. 20, 1BS3. Tho first loetura on American Literature by Prof, Lincoln, Feb. 11, 1S8S. For Information address tho principal, S'ISS ANNA ELLIS. . SPENCERJAN BUSIHESS" COLLEGE-." Three entire lloors. National Bunk of the Republic Building, corner 7th uudDsts, u.w Day uud evening sessions. Young men end women practically trained for self-support, mid iivutul lives. Flvo couros-Thu Pruotleal llusl ness Course, Stenography, Typo-Wrltlng and (iranhophouo, Pltnimi bliortiiuiid, Pruotleal English Brunches, Holsurto School of Expres sion, Suliolasllo yeac begins Monday, Hoptain tombcril, Codegu opens for urrungementspii and utter Jlouuuy, August27. Sendfor nowil luntruted iinnouneuinoiit. ., , , lIKNJUro. Sl'HNOER, I.L.B., Principal. JIRS. SARA A. St'ENUER. Vlcul'l'liielpal. IMIOVISIONS. J S, I,, WiLwrr. S, 11. GwrNMB CIRCLE MARKET. Vermont nvo. und I.st, n. w. Cho'co Groeerlos, Meats mid Provisions. Tho Best (ioodH ut tho Lowest Prices, Marketing delivered free. . PEEKLE8S DYES &S AMUSEMENTS. pONGRKOATIONAL CHURCH. MONDAY, JANUARY 14, 18S0, Major,!, B, POND lias1 tlio honor to announce a return einraji incut and positively last appearance in Washington of MRS. ALIGE J. 'SHAW, The Whistling Prima Donna ANP QUEEN OF ALL ARTISTS AS A WHISTLER. Mrs. SHAW will bo supported by tho follojflna oxcollcnt company of artists: MISS OLLIK TORIIETP, Violinist. MISS EDITH POND, Sliming Header. MRS. .JENNIE It. CAMPBELL, Accompanls for Mrs. Shaw. MR. F. V. DOWNEY, Pianist. Jilt. HARRISON MILLARD, Tho Renowned Composer nnd Baritone, and the COLUMBIA MALE (jUAUTliTTE of Wushlnaton. rRIOE? fiOe., 75e. nnd St, naoordlng to lo cation. For silo nt Brcnlano's. lbaug1ps orand opera-house. monday.Tan.m, Last week of tho AT'CLIULL Ol'KUA COaTI'AWY, (Joint A. JloCaull, Solo Proprietor and Managor) Flvo Nights and Saturday Matlnco, , LORRAINE, By tho composer of Don Ciusar. SATURDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 10, Only performance ot BOCCACCIO. Xoxt Weck-MAGOIE MITCHELL. TO EW NATIONAL THEATRE. Ono Weok, commencing Mondny, January 14. Matinees Wednesday and Saturduy. Ollletto's Weird, Soul. Stirring nnd Ultra Oeor goons Production of Hag gard's Rcmni'kablo Ro lnuneo, f37"Exnotly as recently presented at the Fourteenth-street Thcalro, Now York, Holl street. Theatre. Boston, and Wulnut-stroct Thea tre, Philadelphia. 100-Dramatlo nnd Lyrlo Artlsts-100. " 'She' Is nil rlglit.''-N. Y. World. Monday. January 21, Cora Tanner In "FASCINATION." p' ARRIS' BIJOU TIEATRU. "SHE." WEEK JAN. M-Mullncos! Tues.-Thnrs. & Sat. MA FRENCH AND SANGER'S Spectueular Jlclo-dramu, HARBOR LIGHTS, As played In tho following cities: Loudon, 67t nights; Now York, 1-17 nights; Boston, 11U nights. Noxt wcek-TWO JOHNS. TTKRNAN'S NEW WASHINGTON THEATRE. Mntlncos Mon Tuos., Thurs. and Sat. IRWIN BROS.' BIG SHOW. A Right Royal Feast of Mirth. Muslo, Daring, Talent aud Beauty. a-BROTHERS MAY-3. Cheap prices at matinees 10, 15 and 2,)0. """ JATTLE OF SHILOII now on exhibition dally fromO a. ro. to 10 P.m. Fifteenth St., 2 blocks south of U, S, Treasury Building. EXCURSIONS. M" OUMT VEIINON! MOUNT VERNONI MOUNT VERNONI STEAMER W. W, CORCORAN T.rtnrw H ii.ftt.. Wliurf ilnllv tfiiYnnnt. ftttrtrlnvt ti MOUNT VERNON At lu o'clock a. m,; roturulng, roaches Wash ington ubout0:00p. m. 3 PIANOS. EDWARD F.. DROOP, 025 FEKNA. AVIMUE. Call aud examine tho largo stoak of Gabler.t Bro., A. 11. Ohaso. Marshall & Wen dell, Wheoloek, Docker & Son, Brlggs, Grove steon A; Fuller uud other PIANOS. Pianos sold on Installments, Exchanged, Rented, Repaired, Tuucd, Jloved uiul Stored. ORGANS, Sheet Muslo, forclun and domestic; Musical inilso.,otu..eqnstmUly oil hand, Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin, Violin mid Cello Strings a specialty. Grand, Upright and Square PIANOFORTES. Special attonttou of Holiday purchasers Is In vited to our "NEW ARTISTIC bTYLES," Finished in designs of "HIGHEST DECORATIVE ART." PIANOS FQR RENT. - Scoond-hiind Pianos at All Prices. WM. Knabe & Co., S17 Market Space. HOTELS AND RE5TAUnANTS: WILLARI) HOUSE, WASHING l'ON, D. O. 0. G. STAPLES, latti of Thousand Isl, House, Proprietor. milE OLAREDON, X 1101 N. Y. AVE., COR. UTH ST. Permanent mid transient guests uccommodutcd. Modern Improvements, Curs to ull part of tlio ell y pass the door. MRS. M. J. COLLeY, Propiletross. V7'EI'ClcI;n's UOTKL EUROPEAN PLAN, WASHINGTON, D. 0. ROOMS EN SUITE AND SINGLE. Dining tho pustbiimrucru poy uddltlon has bcea erected cnniatiiiug tho most luxurious res taurant rooms lu tho city, no20(lin 'I'll. FKLTElLProp. rnilB ARLINGTON, J A QUIET AND ELEGANT HOTEL Ul'lUOIll A1UUUU, 'I' 1! IIDKSSLH. Proprietor. oo"i iy rpiiis uiuit i p. . WASHINGTON, D. 0 Army and Navy Headquarters. Four Iron Fire Escapes. TI!l01Jl-8iLt)U uii4 Si.00 Por Day. , GII.S1SV 1IOIISI!. EUROPEAN PLAN, Cor. Broadway anil Twenty.Nlnth St., NEW YORE CUTY. .IA1UUS 11. 1IUKSI.1N, 1'ioprlaUir. QT. JAMI1S UOTKL, , EGROPEAN PLAN, SIXTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE., L. WOODBURY, Proprietor. ; PAWNQnOKEIS. Bupnstino Loan Oillce, 3l I'uiiii. Avn N. . Jloney lounod on Gold mm Silver Watohes, DIhiiuiiiiU, Jewilrv, PIstoKGuus, lA lus'uniKloiillnini'ii's iVoirhu Aparol. Old Goiil nnd Sliver bought. UmtdBomwa Pledges For Salu- 'J I i to I '( V '-it-" Jtt Mm- " ' i ii HMMliiHi b ftmrr-lVT-'' - w- j j.