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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25, 1S39.
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THE WASHINGTON CIUTIC,
Washington, D. O.
WASHINGTON, .TANUAKY 23, 1880.
llAnnis' "Two Juhn."
Kr.nruN'. Folly Company.
CrcLonAMA-UnUlc of Shlloli.
hook cni:i:ic i-ahk.
The Now York Hirald hns tlili to prty
on tbo tlnty of Congruss In making nn
Appropriation for tlm establishment of a
National Zoological Garden hi Wash
ington:' Tho present Congres is uskod hy sclontlllc
men, In tlio Intcrcstof science, to grant out of un
overflowing Treasury $200,000 for tho purohaso
of ground oiitsldo of Washington nnd tlio con
struqllon of necessary buildings for 11 zoological
Harden, to la devoted mainly to the careful
I reservation, and, It posalblo, perpetuation In
captivity of specimens of tlio animals wo littvo
named and others peculiar to this continent.
In tlio fnco of tho facts wo havo stated ubovo
It would ho barbarous to refuso this small sum
to science. Wo should Justly oarn tho contempt
of tho clrtllzod world If so rloh a peopjo should
refuso such a moro drlbblo to a most Interesting
branch of science or If, whllo wo nro building
raltroads and settling up tho continent, o
riiould with stupid Ignornticonogloct to preservo
By urtlflulal mothods, for tho world's Interest
and Instruction and for tha uses of scientific In
vcstlgatlon, specimens of tho wild animals
which arc perishing so rapidly beforo what wo
boastlngly call "tho advanco of civilization."
Wo trust Congress will grant tho sum asked
for tho foundation of a national zoological gar
den near Washington, whoro It will bouildcr
tbo caro of tho host aclcnco of tho country.
Both English nnd German nowpapora
nro disposed to smllo coyly at the United
.States in this Samoan dilllculty.
Whether Germany and England aro
afraid of us, or of each other, is not,
howovcr, distinctly evident.
Ouit esteemed morning contomporary
in its soini-edltorlnl column la agitated
profoundly over tho question whether or
not n man can tell when thcro Is a but
loptitious "slider" in his terrapin. Wo
hopo the rnattor will bo sottled before
March 1, tccausp at that tlmo all tho
interests of tho country will bo directed
towards tho "sliders" In tho two parties,
who aro to bo slid out und slid in.
A dei.eoation of colored Republicans
from Kentucky visited Mr. Harrison this
wcok nnd did not ask for any1 olllccs.
Jlr. II. fainted nnd has not yot cntlruly
3Iit. Edoau Everstox Saltus, one of
our latter-day novelists, and a very
bright young man withal, has a story in
tho Februnry "Llpplncott," "-A Trans
action in Hearts," which Is in reality n
transaction in arts of applying rnro and
peculiar words to common and unpo
cullar subjects. One of tho most strik
ing instancos is in giving to his hcroino
"iscrlno eyes." Now, what sort of eyes
nro thoy? Wobstor says "isorlnQ"
means ''a titanic oro occurring in mono
metric crystalline forms," but who over
heard of n girl having eyes Hko that,
even In a novel ? A glass eye isn't to bo
, compared with It. Tho only othor kind
of ','iserlno" wc know of, nnd that only
by analogy, is portnlning to tho river
Iser. In this, 'perhaps, Ilea tho explana
tion of Edgar's choice, for tho poet
On Linden when tho sun was low
All bloodless lay the untrodden snow,
And ditrk an winter was the How
Of leer rolllug rapidly.
Llko. the leer, therefore, that is
"lseriue" means ''rolling rapidly," nnd
"lsorino oyes" are oyea which roll
rapidly, a characteristic of oves not en-
tiroly lacking in tho averago actional
- heroine of today. Do wo call tho turn,
Eddie? j .
Judging rnost a poetic editorial in tho
Tokl this morning, wo should say that
thoTnmous Poot Driver of a Fourteenth
Street Car had dropped his lines into tho
editorial columns of our matutinal con
temporary. Tun bmlliant and bibulous editor of
U10 Loulsvillo Courier-Journal evidently
expects to attend tho Inaugural Ball, nnd
doos not accord entirely with somo of tho
sumptuary regulations proposed for its
proper conduct, as may bo surmised from
tlio following extract from his able Ken
lucky publication of Tuesday last: "Tho
Hon. J. D. Taylor of Ohio introduced
in tho Houso yesterday a resolution pro
hibiting any kind of wines or liquors at
tho Inauguration Ball. This is a notablo
departure for tho Hon. Taylor, as ho Is
0110 of those statesmen, of whom Ohio Is
especially prolific, who raroly iraprcssos
themselves Upon tho attention of the
country oxcopt In tholr periodical tpeo.
tacular act of drinking blood."
Tub Now York World proposes to
Hood tho harbor of that city with burn
ing oil as a defense against a foreign foe.
Tho World must bo in cahoots with tho
Standard Oil Company as against the
11 ro Insurance companies.
It appears that Bismarck Is stirring
up tho Samoati sons despite tho fact that
Bccretary Bayard told him not to do so.
Mr. Bayard should got a club.
Wnr.N thk Senate sits down on a
ptroot car track there is weight enough
on it to force it down level with tho
street surface The Scnato is preparing
to sit down.
, , . .
It is quite evident that however rich
jrtFnlted Status Senators nro, thoyaro not
So' from dividends on Washington street
railway stocks. Tho way they have
talkej against tho stylo of street railways
wa havo hero Is not only rnlnful In tho
oxtromc, but It Is very llnblo to mako
stocklioldcsr very, very angry.
"This Is painful In tho extreme," remarked
a Boston small boy aslio did not sltdowu after
Iio had nrUcn from a position across Ills
It was a Kcntucklnu at a tetnperaoco recep
tion who n noted tho couplet:
"Water, water, everywhere,
Aiid not a drop to drink."
Colonel Trcnholui, Controller of Iho Cur
reliy, lias o seven yoar old hoy who Is a '-tor.
ror." He mjs a jjreat many r.nto tilings, and
onoof llem wcclvolicrenlth. It was Just after
tho November election, nnd when tho kid was
told tho result ho ictnarkcd to his father: "I
' l'op, jou'd better Hop."
Like to a city of tho dead,
As noiseless and as still,
Upon tho banks of Delawaro
4 Kcely's motor never motes,
So never tuns tbo thrill
Of busy life along tho streets
Now Haven News.
Go tol Oo tol Now Haven News,
Why la It thus you lie, sir?
You kuow that Nnuamukor Is
A booming advertiser.
Old Oont: My son, there Is enough car
bonic acid gas In two bottles ot champagne to
kill a man.
Young Gent: That's all right. I'm only a
Tho most prominent leader of tho gcrman
In Washington Is Mr. John Chew. Chew Is
said to danco llko a swallow. New York
Wo never saw a swallow dance,
llut this wo say to you,
Thut, though our rcrmans do notsmoko,
Thoy lovo to take a Chew.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Tho President nnd Mrs. Cleveland gavo their
second State dluncr to tho Diplomatic Corpi
'.??' ovemng, an'1 as on bucIi occasions tho
Whlto House was tho 6ccno of a most brilliant
gathering of tho social calaxy of tho National
Capital. As at tho previous State dinner
Senator Ingallswas conspicuous for his ab
sence. Yesterday was tho regular reception day of
tho Senators wives, and tho Senatorial homos
were crowded with callers from 3 to 0 o'clock.
Colonel and Mrs. James Blddto and Miss
Blddloesvo a delightful tea jestcrday that
was attended by a largo numbor of social
The Thursday Assembly German Club gave
their second German of tho season last oven
lng at tho Utiles' Armory on O street. A very
enjoyablo tlmo was had by thoso presont.
Mrs. Jeremiah Wilson had a very pleasant
"at home" yesterday. Sho was assisted by
her daughter, Miss Wilson.
In honor ot tho return from abroad of Miss
Mario Justine Wilson, her mother, Mrs. Will
iam Wilson, gavo a delightful tea yestorday
Mr. William Duft Haynlo of this city will
bo married at noon Wednesday, tho SOtli In
stant, to Miss Nelllo Thomas of Illinois. Tho
ceremony will bo performed at Calvary
Church; only relatives and a few personal
friends will be luvlted.
Miss Louise Bayard and Miss Nnnnlo liay
ard were unablo.to assist at tholr last Wednes
day reception owing loan attack of rhouma
tlsm and neuralgia.
Mrs. Hampden Zano gavo a high tea yester
day In honor of tho debut of Uor grand
daughter, Miss Cockburn.
Mm. llnrpunitnl ivn nln. f Al.l.Am.. .,,,
receive this afternoon from U to 6 p. m.
uolonel and Mrs. John M. Wilson will glvo
another of tbelr delightful teas this afternoon.
Mrs. and Miss Buttcrworth will recelvo this
A very handsomo dinner was given by Mrs.
dence ou I street.
Secretary and Mrs. Wbttnoy this ovenliir
will hold their third card roccntlon oM),a
Mrs. lteprcsontatlvo Charles T. O'Ferrell of
Virginia will bo nt homo this afternoon, at her
residence, 810TwolftU street.
Cards Havo been Issued by Miss Bacon for a
tea on Saturday;
ltcv. J. L, Gilmoro, tho C. It. of Gcorela
Tent No. J51, 1. O. K., who has been in tno
city for tho past week, having been successful
in Ills mission of haviug his tent righted, re
turned to his homo In Savanuuu to-day.
Tho many friends of Mr. Fisher' will bo
pleased to loam that ho has rc-cstabllsbed him
self in business again at 5'JO Fifteenth street as
tho manager of the V. G. Fisher Art and Sta
Tho light lu IVcst Virginia.
After several moro hours of wrangling, tho
Democratic caucus broke up In Charleston,
W. Va., last night without maklnc a nomina
tion, 'inongutcamotoahead. Thirty votes
wero required to nominate. On tho first viva
voco vote Kcnna got t'wonty-thrco. His oppo
nents then insisted on a secret ballot, ami It
was conceded. Kcnna's stronsth continued
to Increase. At tho close of tha fifth ballot he
had twcuty-nlnc. It was evldeut that ho
would lo nomlnatod on tho uoxt ballot. Dele
cato Doir of Webster, ono"of Kenna's bitterest
oppononte, tbon .sprung tho mine. Ho rosu
and denounced Kcnna In a bitter speech, and
declared that ho would never support him
under any condition. Moro of Kenna's op
ponents uiada tho sumo declarations. Fur a
row momcuts pandemonium lolgncd, Tbon
a motion to adjourn was hastily put nnd car
ried. Tho Kcpuollcnns have mado no serious
effort, becausu two of their members have
been sick. Both aro better, and will be hero
iu u inn uujs. iins nt mo iomocrats' op
portunity, but they aro frittering It away, if
they don't liomluato and elect u United States
Senator beforo noxt Wednesday, thoy novor
can. Tho full Republican volo will be on
hand then, ami tha unseating of three Demo
crats in tho Senate, will give a clear majority.
This will Insuro God's eloctlon to tho Senator
ship. Young Mrs. Illitlna iwul tho Stngo.
No contract has yet bocn slgnod between
Mrs. James Ci.Ill.ilne, Jr., and any manager
for bor coming tour, says tho New York
World. Tho young ludy lias bad many offers,
but It Is prolmblo that sho may accept Man
ager Daniel Frobmau's terms, In which casu
Mr. Frohman will tako chargu of her Inter
ests, as ho does those of Mr. Sothern, provld
lng her with a play suitable to her talents.
About throo yearn ugo Manager Frouniau had
the young lady under engagement for a tour
with Jliiiii, Modjcska, and afterwards It was
understood 6ho was to Join the Lyceum
Theatro Company. This contract was broken
by her uufortunato marrlago with James G.
lllatue, Jr. Tho negotiations nt present going
on for Mrs. Blaine's appearunco ou the stagu
will probably bo concluded noxt week.
Death of Mm. Nnmul.
Mrs. Fayette C Snoad, well known as a
writer under tho noin do pluiuo of "Fay,"
died at her residence, 1501 H street northwest,
yesterday of heart failure. Although Mrs.
BneB'l has been 111 for only abou t two weeks,
the complaint which resulted In her death had
Its origin last .March, at tlm tlmo of her
daughter's death. Mrs. Suuad was about (Kl
years old. Sho was born in Charlottsvllle,
Ya., but has been a resident of this city uearly
thirty years. Her funeial will probably tako
place at St. John's Church Saturday afternoon
at 2.30 o'clock. Tho nterraont wlfj bo ut Oak
Thu I'loor Mumper of tlio Hull.
The llqor manager of the luiingtirul Ball In
Washington next mouth will bo a Now York
profesbor who Is us noted in his way us any
college professor In the city. He is 1'iofessor
George ft. Wnllara, teacher of dancing nud
deportment. I'lofcesor Wallace Inherited his
talent from his father, who Is one of tho most
widely known dauclng masters Iu thocomitry,
and has taught some of tho most bountiful
belles of the past and present generations tho
mysteries of tho fushlouablo dances. Mr.
ollace was his father's assistant for many
?ears, and conducted a dancing academy In
he boll of tho Orund Opera Huuse.-INew
KAIILY mouxinu news.
A I.lfe Insurance Company' Loss,
Colonel Jacob I Green, president of tho
Connecticut Mutual I.lfo Insurance Company
of ) I art ford, Conn,, has inado tho following
announcement: It has Just been discovered
that the financial correspondent of this com
pany at ludlanapnlls, aftor sixteen yoars' of
service, dining wlilch ho lias hud tho unlimited
confldcuco of all tho directors and ofllccis and
of their predeccstors, Is n defaulter. For tho
past wcok his accounts havo been under Inves
tigation und a defalcation has bocn found.
Ilio c.Ttrcino amount involved Is about tt-WO,-000.
Ho has restored to tho company prop
erty which mav rcilllrn tlinnnlnul lr. InCIdd .
000. Iboagcut Is Joseph A. Mooro, n loading
cltlzon of Indianapolis, about 45 yoars old,
who has hitherto occupied n high position In
that community. Ho has boon speculating.
AVhlteciip In Norfolk.
A council ot tho Whltccapj, No. 11, has
been established in Norfolk, Va., with a mem
bership of twenty-eight. A communication
was sent to tho Public .wfjcrsojlug tho mem
bers havo taken nil oath to sco that tho many
men iu Norfolk who do contrary to their rules
shall mend their ways or suffer. Tho commu
nication contained nn advortlsomcut, with n
request to publish, making a threat against a
rltlzcn whoso Initials and tho street upon
which ho resided were given. For cood rea
sons, which would violate tho cardinal princi
ples of that paper, tho request was declined.
Tlio Dulnwiiro lU'lltllock.
Tho Delawaro Senate yesterday took up tho
Houso Stato Treasurer aud Auditor resolu
tions, nnd amended tho samo by striking out
the names of Atkins and Knowlcs nnd Insert
ing thoso ot Herbert and Bovcc, tho Incum
bents. Naturally, tho Republicans of tho
Houso did not look upon this amendment as
equivalent to an improvement, and when
the resolutions enmo back In tho after
noon, Messrs, Dowuham nnd Hynson dis
puted tho tight of tha Senate to mako
any changes therein, maintaining that
tho provlnco of that body was Ilbittod
simply to concurrence or non-concorrenco.
Mr, Ulggs replied, sustaining tho action of
tho Senate. Thereupon, ou motion of Mr,
Jvcclcs, tho Houto voted upon the amend
ments, Spcakor Hoffeckcr saying: "Tho Chair
Is ot tho opinion that tho amendment Is Inst."
"So am I," responded Mr. Biggs, upon whoso
motion tho resolutions were then roforred to a
coufcrcneo committee, to bo made up of three
mcmbois from each oody,
No Danger of Hostilities. '
Tbo Cologno Gazctteo declares that thero Is
no occasion to fear that tho excellent relations
between Germany and America aro in danger
oi undergoing any radical chance. It says :
"Comparatively little- importance Is to bo at
tached to the last acts of nn American Gov
ernment about to quit ofllce. Under the pres
idency of Mr. Harrison a complete clear
ance of Mr. Cleveland's ofllclal staff
becomes unavoidable. Mr. Cleveland's most
recent steps, therefore, have lost tholr lm-
Cortance, nnd his actions aro in no way
Indlng upon Mr. Harrison. From
tho Intelligence received here, It Is
evident that tho American Govern
ment treats tho Samoan question In a spirit
hostile to Germany and ou a basis ot Incorrect
suppositions. It Is Incorrect to speak ot a
violation by Germany of actual agreements
between tbo treaty powors, as no treaty was
over concluded between Germany, Great
Bittaln and America in regard to Samoa,
whllo, on tho other band, such a treaty doos
oslst between Germany and England. Tho
excitement In'Amcrlra Is, tbercforc, Incompre
hensible. Mr. Bayard has declared that bo
does not know whether Klein Is nu American
subject; but, nevertheless, ho Is rcsponslblo
for Klein's misdeeds."
Dunth of Sol I nil Doluro,
Mmo. Sollna Dolaro, tho well-known opera
bouffo actress, died of consumption, after a
threo years' Illness, at her home, No. 305 West
Twcnty-thlrd street, In New York on Wed
nesday evening. Mmp. Dolaro may bo said to
have died in the harness, for sho finlshod a
novel, as yet unnamed, only last Monday, and
on Saturday, two hours beforo tho Html
hemorrhage- which brought on tho end, sho
was negotlatlng'wlth a publisher for Its pub
lication. Madamo Dolaro was only 07 years
of ngc, and terminated her histrionic career In
tho lull height of her glory and success threo
j cars ago, since which tlmo she has not, been
nblo to walk moro than a fow steps. Sho
leaves two sons and two daughters, ouo of
whom, Genevieve, Is now playing with Mrs.
Langtryat tho Fifth Avenue Theatro. Bho
will bo burled according to Jowlsh rites, but
no arrangements havo as yet bcon mado for
Sirs. Hnrrlson In Now York. N
John Wanamaker, wboso visit to Indianapo
lis has caused so much of a sensation tu po
lltical circles, returned yesterday. Ho was tho
escort as far us Philadelphia of Mrs. Harrison
and Mrs. McKeo, tho wlfo and daughter of tho
I'resldont-clect, who we're on tholr way to
New York, where thev expect to spend a
coupla of weeks in shopping and sight-seeing.
Tho two ladles, it Is said, will stop at tho Gtl
sey Houso during their sojourn lu tho metropo
lis. Mr. Wonamakcr admitted that ho had iv
four hours Interview with tho General, but
positively declined to repeat anything said at
tho meeting. Mr. Wauamakcr, after parting
company with the two ladles on tho departure
ui iuu,Lrnin i or mow ion;, went at once to
his couutry tesldenco at Jenklutown.
l'noi'Bssori Cook's Balm of Llfo will euro
all skin aud scalp dhcaiad.
Fears' Is tho purest and best Soap over made.
YJrjss statement of this condition
VSSm OF THE NATIONAL UNION FIHU IN-
KUltANCU COMPANY AT THKCLOSI!
n . Ol'lJUSINiaS, DIlO'BMUKlt 01.1B88.
Chartered by Congres j,-1805. Office, (1 13 Ln. nvo.
Authorized Cnpltul... $1,000,000 00
Cush Cupltul 100,00() 00
HrnlKstato Loans , 8201,70(1 03
District of'Columblu a per cent.
Bonds... , 1,000 00
Ileal Estate- 1U,IH0 70
Olllco Furniture and Matures iwu 7ii
Interest Act-mod and ItenW Duo.,.. ll,7in Hit
Cash In Hank and Company's ofllco. 7,003 ur
Capital Stock 3100,000 00
Ito-tnsurancultcservo.,.,, l'J.oon on
Surplus 157,(10 7U
NOM.E I). LATtNER, Heoretary.
Sworn to and subscribed! beforo mn this 82d
day of January, I860. '
BlKneilJ CUARMMi I,. (WIILEY.
, . Notary rubllo, Dlst of Col.
Dlroctors: Henry O. Towles, Jumes II, Wnt.
mough, Franelt Mlllor. Charles 11. Ilalluy,
Thomas 1-rances, Isuao I. Johnson, Churlux
Matlcs, John W. Uchuerer, William II. Oourley.
11. 0. Towles, l'rosldont; Noble D. Lamer, Sno'y;
Chun. N. Larnor, Asst. Socretary,
Branch oQloe, nil u F st. n. w.
GTJIUKY BllOTHKItS, Agonts.
YrKSSs.8TATEMENT OF THE FINANCIAL
V"C2r CONDITION QF Till! WASII1N0TON
BENEFICIAL ENDOWMENT AKSO.
CIATION, DKOEMUEK 01, 18&8.
Capitol stook (paid up) , , , $20,000 00
Cashln banks $ 3,511 o."!
Heal estate 10,000 711
Loans, secured by first mortgages... V!H,(IDU 00
lntorcil duo on loans , 7i!B ilu
Furnltuio.. ,, ,. ... 708 us
Nutes receivable. Ojiooo
AMtMsinenU lu process of collection. OU.ilOO oo
bundry u edits ;ui no
Death claims not jot due $-.28,000 l.,l
Sundry debits, per sehedulo 0,01)1 U."
Noblo D. Lamer, William II. ootids,
Kob't Bull, It, II, Donuldsuu,
Wm. ,1. Stephenson, Tnos. Homvrvdio,
I. L. Johnson, Thou. J. Luttroll,
Chss, 0. Diinounson.
Thn ubovo Is u trim ifipy.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this 21th
day of Junuury, lsmi.
A, II. KELLY, Notury 1'ubllH.
WcQNEW MJJSI06T0ltE.-ALl, KINDS OF
D-22 bheet Mtialo mt .Mtislu Hooks; all tlio
fie und lOomuslu published. llttNKY WUU'K,
00ft 7th St. ii w. opposite Patent OOlcu,
rVS?.THE, WAStllNOTQN AIICIHTKOtIt.
TTo HAI' "W AN" BltlDOK W'OltKH.
WOltKU, comer of Wittor und iMd btiuetn,
WushluKton. D. C. Telepliuuo lull, l-JeJU,
Itoofs, Hrldiius. Turn-Talile, etc. Boiled Iron
und Steel Beams, Channels, Anglos, eto. Cast
ings of livery desorlutlon, Ornameatul Oast and
Wroiiftht-Iron Work a spcolalty. Plans. Estl
mates and Btruln-Sheeta prmuptly furnished on
application. Special faollltles for Ueary Cast
ings. Capacity of works, 6.000 tons per annum.
KDWAIID !,. DENT. M.'b.,
Uiraer wa,Oeuerl Mwiagor,
Vfpa.TIIK V. a. FISCIICU
AltT AND STATIONEItY COMPANY
Has succeeded tho lato firm of
' V. 0. FISOIIEIt,
And will contlnuo tho business ns formerly at
tl.o sumo stole,
N0.B20 niTEENTIl STBEET,
Under tlio management of Mil. FISCHEIt.
They solicit a continuation of tho public
patronage, nnd will endoavor In their solectlon
AUT C500D3 AND STATION CltY
To fully maintain tho litch standard of excel
lonco cstAbllshcfl by tho former llrm.
For the present
ALL 1'ANOY GOODS
AT HALF ntlOE AND riCTUIlE' AT COST.
rSH-I WILLSEf.L niOMNOW UNTIL FEB
li rtmry in, wlicul begin to take Inven
tory, nit tlio Roods In demijohns and bottles left
over from tho Lolldays, conslstlnjrof tho choicest
wlnos, whiskies (both ryo and sour mash), gins,
rums, hcrrios, ports, brandies, cognao anil
blaokbcrry brandies nt 20 per cent, bolow their
regular pi Icds. Sty prlco lists appear In tho
"For Sale" Column of every newspaper, and uro
too well knOwu to need mention hero.
II. A. SRMGSON,
1200 l'a. nvo. n. w.
NATIONAL METROPOLITAN HUE INS. CO.,
Assets, January 1,1888 $int,n02.05
llccvlpts Premium lo,71o.7H
Dividends, Taxes. Salar
ies, eto sin.non.Bft
Losses by Flro -117.03 $15,783.50
Cash In Hank $-1,-200.83
Heal Estate Note ,, l2,-,n6n.78
Bonds and Slocks U0,701.00
Itt-ul Estato , 0,782.00
rreralum uncollected 707.07
tft5TnE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE WASH
Wj lagton Oas Light Company nro hereby
notified that their annual meeting for tho oleo-
tlon of Directors for tho ensuing year will bo
hold at tho ofllco of tho company, ln this city, ou
SIONDAY, February -1, 1880.
Polls open from 12 o'clock m. to 1 p. m.
CIIAS. B. BAILEY,
Yjrgga, LAMAR 4t ZACHRY,
S. K. PHILLIPS, ATTOKNEYS.
oc22-ly Sun Building, 1010 F stroet.
WjSiGENTLEMEN DESIKINO TnK COlT
kJVS, reetstylo In FULL DIIES3SIIIUTS,
TIES, GLOVES, VESTS, etc., should cnll on
1'. T. HALL. 008 F strcot northwest.
1jgSi,LADlE3 CAN HAVe'tUEIU FBLT
J7J hats pressed ln tho now Fall stvlos.
P.?.1?.1 'or' numbor. Whiting's Bleaching nnd
Millinery Establishment, 618 Tenth streot
VfrtJhW. O. MKTZEItOTT & CO., MUSIO
U2 Doalcrs havu rtmovod from Pennsyl
vania avenue to their now building, 111 0 F st n
w, threo aoors west of W. B. Moses A Sons.
Oldost and most oxtenslv to mulo establishment
lu tho city.
YfKSpaltOOAN'S INSTALLMENT HOUSE.
W2i Haviug removed to my Now Store,
. 700 and 7 11 Seventh st. n. w.,
J nni prepared to sell cheaper than any other
?,r.?MLt "owe ,n th0 city. Our stook of OAIt
iJ.x,21LCL0T1Isi MATTINGS, ItUOS,
HEATING AND COOKINO STOVES, PAIJLOIt
BSItOOM,jjjiNINH.KooM AND KITCHEN
tUitNlTUltB Is complete, and will bo sold on
credit cheaper than tney can be sold olsowhoro
for cash. Come and sea us and you will bo sat
QHOOAN'S, 730 and 7-Jl 7tb st. n. w..
IS THE PLACE TO DEAL.
All Carpets bought from us wo will make and
lay on the lloor free of cost.
PItlVATE "LESSONS. PIlEPAKEil
for West I'nlnt. Annnnotlu rnlloim
Civil Service nnd nil examinations.
S. W. FLYNN, A. M Ivy Institute,
Southwest corner 8th and K sts. n. w.
Kr Being requUltp to healthful oxorclxo,
-thotixnudsHif woll-known personages visit DR.
WHITE'S establishment, 1410 Pennsylvania
avenue, opposite Wlllard's Hotel, for relief from
corns, bunions, tllseasod nails and all diseases of
tho loot. Dr. Wblto's twenty-ninth year of
praotloo la Washington, D. 0. ooicofoe. Sin
?G0"t6 MRS. MENQERT'S, 410 OTII
rZ street northwest, for the colubratod
Columbia Full-wolght Woolen Yarns. Stamp
ing done. All materials for needlework.
VJgSSfcSOUTHEItN INVESTMENTS IN COAL,
W" Iron and Timber Lands.
A. E. HANDLE bogs to cull tho spoelal atten
tion of persons desiring to acquire suok prop
erty In largo or Bmall traotB at the very lowest
prices. Full particular on applloatlon. Ad
dress 303 7tu st., n. w.. Washington, D. C.
WS2T' LOW PRICES TniS MONTH,
Plnco your ordors with
S.C. CARTER, lOtll AND D STREETS, 8. W.
BRANCHYAHD: 405 K blreet, 8. W.
Tfr?M?D,ni HONTER'S BLOOD PILLS CURE
V5 all linpurltlesln all its forms anastagos:
Bcrorula, eojeraa und skin diseases speedily
rured. Also excellent for urinary nnd Kldnoy
diseases. Price $1. Forsaloat.STANDIFORD'S
Pharmuoy, Oth and F n, w. Open all night.
Cheaper than ovor.
Examine our extensive stock beforo purchasing.
UAYWARD & HUTCHINSON,
Confectionery, Pare Candles, Cakes. Flos
Nuts, Foreign nnd Doroostln Fruits, nt
UKOIiaK W. WKIDMAN'S.
303 Pa. ave. s. o.
JOHN WARD, PREACHER.
THE OWL'S NEST, by Wlster.
RAYMOND KEH3IIA.W, by Cnx.
THE STORY OF ANAFHIOAN FARM.
W. II. MORRISON,
1331 F STREET NORTHWEST.
WSSLADIESf LADIES! LADIES!
14 . ilr- MoCufferty Is tho only hat and
bonnet-frame manufacturer In thu city, Call
und sco her new shapes. Bleaching and press
ing. Straw und Felt lints ultered to th0 latest
Btylcs. Orders promptly attended to.
loou a Btreet n, w.
-g,LOVERS OF GOOD UREAD SHOULD
The best ilou In tho world.
Mail u by
Proprietors of tho Original Roller Mills,
Georgetown, D, C.
CfiFbR G00D-F1TTIN0 GARMENTS
'VX GO TO
Corner Oth and U stsu w.,
Under National Hotel.
r - i -.-'.'
Birbonr Law llillltllng 400 La. Avo.
WASHINGTON. D. 0.
Residence, Nu. 121H 11 st. Northwest.
nuvltig recently titled opt
li connection with piy PATENT PROOESS, I
am prepared to furnlth
ILLUSTRATIONS AT NEW YORK PRICES
PlititorfruphliiB on Wood for tho Trade.
418 l!leeuthijtielN, ,
WANTED-EttlHT M)AI)S OF 0Y8TJSK
TV shells, nt fido per load, delivered ut
Wood and Cnnl Yard, corner 8th and II streets
southwest. 11, A. (JLAIIKB SON.
"WANTED SttPEItlNTENDBNT OIlfOltE".
t man nnd two to llvo usslslnuts nconi-d-lng
lo slro nnd populiil Ion of territory In charitc.
Foroman to solcot his own usslstwits. and to toko
ontlro chauo nt lmlnos, mnko collections, and
superintend tllstrllmtiun of lulvcrtls.iiK mat
ter relutlvo to tho .Monthly Instnllinent Pay
ment Doparttnt-ntof tlio California nnd South,
eru Lnnil Com any. t.'alllornln Monthly llallroad
l.xciirslons, olu. SOO n month und uxponosto
foroman iinu $10 to assistants. Expense ud
yanood and (Mlnriro paid monthly tliiointhoiir
Kn.tcrn Olllco. Eneloso lOo postngo for full
specimen lino of advertising mnttor und nil(lri-s
('ALIKOHNIA AND HOITIIEIIN LAND COM
PANY, City of lied lllnir, Cullfornlit.
T7-ANrKI-,,y. A HESI'ECTAIlLirWIUTll
IV woman, n situation nsoook: enn assist In
washing and lionliiKi good city rofcraioos cull
ut 2010 L street, botwuon 20th nnd 'J 1st streets,
WANTKD-AN OVEIISEEIt, Oil CHIEF" AD
crtlcr, and two to live assistants (no-t-ordlng
to slzo of county and population); $00 a
month sulnry nnd cxpunso to overseers, und
$10 to assistants; no peddling, no soliciting;
duties confined to making collections, distribut
ing nrlntotl matter, putting up advertisements,
etc., lor the two grontcst Forttine-innkors In
Amerlon thoranncr'sSlO Hro Proof Comblna
tioii'Laok Wnfa (sold on monthly Installments),
and tho wuiiderful Elcotrlo Fuel, for warming
sleighs, carriages, etc, which burns without
flamo, smokotir odor, and will hontany vehlclo
a 1 hours for 10 cents: oxponscs advanced; salnr
If paid caoh mnnth; Inclose 10a postugulor
lull spvclmen llnn of advertising muttortotho
J. L. STEPHENS CO.. Lebanon, Ohio.
Jinir.ll Ut,Il UULU Alin SILVER
I bought tor cash by WM. FllIEDEltlCII,
mannfacturlng Jeweler. 005 7th st. opp Pat
Tritt'ritta nr ti ct,ixr, f ,n,,,. n,. n. . ,
t) whero flrst-olas socond hand clothing ran
i,i,tt , r"""" nriucs, Auuross or can
ub . iu i mruui. Iiortliwcsi,
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION QUESTIONS
and nnswor."Send Kioto
S. W. FLYNN, A. Jl., Ivy Institute
8 w corner 8th aud K sts u w.
FOR KENT ROOMS
TTOIt RKNT-ROOMS-EN SUITE OR SINGLE,
X for rospectnble colornl peopln; lu new
apnrtraont house; gas and wnter; refcroncc rc
ulred) location oonvcnlcnt; prlco fiom $r to
IB monthly. Apply on prcraUoJ In roar of
1227 Conn. ave.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
A number of Slightly Used ORGANS AND
PIANOS In perft-ct order, ut your own prlco.
Sold on $5 payments. Call and sccuro a bargain,
F, O. bMlTH, 1120 Fontm. live.
GOV'T PRINTING OFFICE EM
If vnu wnn a cnod. anh.fnntlnl
meal, or board by thu day, week or month, go to
L. MANGUM'S, 800 North Capitol street, at rea
JjlOR RENT-WE HAVE STRUCK "BED
: rock" 30 now briek, houso. containing -I
room each, on 2d street, near M streot south
wost; only $8 each, Including stablo.
CIIAS. E. BANES.
1003 F street northwest.
J?OR RENT-2210, 2212 and 2214 TWELFTH
J streot northwest, mod. Imp., 218.30; 1005
Oth st. n. w O room brick, $10. Thos, 0. lieu
seyd; Co., 1300 F st n. w.
1214Fstnw, 23 rs $250 00
1400 Mass avo n w, 15 rs 100 07
1428 Muss nve, 1-1 rs 100 00
1730 Mass avo, 17 rs 1-25 oo
Pstn w.l'-'rs...., i. 125 oo
1125 10th stnw, 10 rs 115 00
1014 R I avo. 12 rs mo oo
1010 it I avo, 12 rs loo oo
HM-t 21st n w, 10 rs loo ou
1322L,stnw,ll rs 100 00
1721 Conn avo, lira... ,,., 100 oo
1702 Pu avo n w. 10 rs 0107
1314 Conn avo, 10 rs 87 50
1728 1 st n w, 13 rs 83 33
lltli st n w. noar U. 10 rs 83 33
louoilstn w, warehouse 80 00
2027Hlllycrrineo,0 rs 70 00
817 12th stnw, 14 rs 70 00
202.1 Out n w, 11 rs 70 00
1527 0stn w. llrs .' 70 00
1010 20th st n w, lOrs 15 00
102110th stnw, 10 rs 05 oo
1410 Nstnw.llrs 05JK)
11)10 21st etnw.lOrs.., , oo Oil
1337 R st n w, 8 rs 00 (K)
2012HlllyerPlaco,Ors ,.,.,...,( 00 00
821 12th Btn w. storouuddwg 00 00
1418Nstn w.lOrs ,. 55 00
1011 N stn v. 8rs... , BO 00
2033 0 stnw. 10 rs 45 00
2iioi4tli8tu w, lo rs 40 no
211-1 Ittnstn w, 10 rs 4107
2120 14th stnw. 10 rs 4107
1730 15th st n w..., -10(10
1538 I'lercoPlaoo 40 00
l-loochnplnst.Ors 40 oo
1408 Chapln st. 0 rs, 40 00
1410 Chapln st, 0 rs ,,.. 40 00
1070 It sts w, llrs 40 00
2100 14tbBtn w. lOrs 40 00
1213 7th stnw.O is 05 00
1 53 1 20th stnw, 7 rs 35 00
1521 20th stn W, Mrs 25 00
11:10 loth stn w, 7rs 28 oo
2181st8tS W, 0 r 15 00
2l(lststsw,o r ooo
222 1st st s w, u rs 35 00
22()lststs w.Ors 15 (Kl
22(1 1st Ht 8 w, (Irs IB 00
Tho above houses on bo examined by permit
from our ofllco only.
THOMAS J. l-'JSHER & CO.,
1021 F Bt n w.
FOR SALE AND RENT,
OEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
TH03. E. WAGOAMAN, 017 V Street.
Change mado Wednesdays und Saturdays.
THREE-BTORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
Othst, bctKnnd Ln w $30,000
100 JI st n w, bli. m 1,14 rs 22,000'
023 und 025 ll st n w, b Ji und 0 houses
, rear 22,000
13 12 Vermont avo n w, b h, m I, lit rs., 10,000
173011 Btn w, bli.10 rs 15,000
1233 .Muss ave n w, bh, 15 rs 14,000
4l5!ldtn w, bh, ml 11 rs 12.500
1010 10th stn w, bh, ml, 10 rs 12,000
OOOMstn w, h h, ml, 13 rs 11,000
12 12 12th stnw, bh. ml. 13 rs 0.000
2033 H stn w.bh.ml, 12rs 8,000
207 G st 11 w, b h, in I. lOrs 8,000
223 ind avo n w, bh. ml, Or 7,000
1110 20th stnw. bh, ml, 8 rs 7,500
1731 lOlliBtn w, bh, 0 rs ,,.,. 7,500
1220 .Muss uvonw.r h, 8 rs ,.. 7,350
38 I st n w, b ll, ml, li is 0,500
N Cup and I sts 11 w, b li, in I, O rs 0,000
1V08 5th st n w, h li, m 1. 0 rs b.500
-10 K st u e, b h, m 1, 12 rs 4.500
Forntorni of 23 yours, a vnlunblo plecoof
ibusinosspiopertyoii llthst, near Pa avo 11 wi
rent $125 per month und tuxes; lesseu to build
rr . , .... . -., ISont per annum,
list, bet 4th and Oth n 0 $21 uo
UNIMPROVED I'UOPEIU'Y FOR SALE.
CorVauvoiind2ltlistn w $2,700
18th st, bet Bund Us e 1,800
lOtlist, Pot ECiipiind A so , 1,005
bo cor 11th staudSUavod 0 1.000
Kst, bet Kith and 17th nw "jftl
L st, hot loth und 20th sts u w .... 200
Puuvo.belOt!mnd7th Btsso 2 00
HOUSES FOR RENT.
2020 Oth stnw. Or m.S10800
nsMyrtle.t.7 rs .,15 00
ISMyrtlost no, 7 rs ,,,,, io 00
121 K st lie, (Irs -j oo
lot hhutt alloy no, 4 rs 10,10
220 Del ue no. 0 rs 10 00
'.riX N-IumiscO rs. jo 00
033 Essex Coin 1 11 w, 4rs , ,,,,, 8 00
1310 nnd 1021 lilt Bt x w, 5 rs ., 8 00
1110 F stnw, 2 rs, 3d lloor 8 oo
hTORES, Ol'FJCKS, ETC., FOR RENT,
Stable rear 14101 Btn W $40 00
htrrm !!().) 7tliut m 00
Hlruii'ltellar 21211 1 1th st 11 w 05 50
408 ua avo. busaiiioni no 00
Striindilwgitecor 10th and Bouudary
t.ts 11 w , 1200
Stable rear 1 110 K stnw 15 00
4017th stnw, Ud floor, ) m 6 10 o 1
472 Liinu", 2 bn-oinont 11ns , 800
Cellar IB 13 Jlst 11 w.,,, . ,,,,, , 000
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT,
Safoas U. S. bonds: 0 nor oont., payablo quar
terly; lu sums $100 tti 31,0001 smull proiiilum
In sum to suit nt 0 pur emit.
The ubovo U only u portion of tlio propnrty on
uiy Ujoks. lor full I 11 call ut olUeu lor bullotlu
libiied on tho 1st and lOlh.
RIDER & ADDISON,
Wholesale and Retuil Deulorsln
PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
314 UIbJiUi St. N. XV., nmir l'a. Avo,
Orders or requests lor tiutilatioin glvun por
liUuttuiitlon.uiid Butlsfuctlou KUiiFuutecd lu
Mineral Spring Water.
This extraordinary water remarkable n a
great natural remedial ngont and, ut tho samo
tlmo, when carbonated, n most dollglitful nud
ohllnratlng bovorngo was discovered In tho
Contennlal Year 1870, oil tho farm ot Mr. 0. 1'.
Mncglll, ln Baltimore County, situated on Green
Spring nvcnuo, about flvo miles north of Druid
Hill Park, nnd ono-quartor of a mllo from
Strontla Spring station, on tho Green Spring
Branch of tho Northern Central Rallwny. Tho
elevation lsnourly iretn fiuivtrtd feet abovo tide,
Strontla water, whllo possessing ustonlshlng
curative properties, I cspoolally In it highly
effervescent stnto, n tlollghtful nnd refreshing
bevcrnco, promoting dlgostlon, etc.
It Will euro Oont mid Jlhimmitltm,
Is will rollevo any disordered condition of tho
.lifr, stomach ami. llowttt. Vlarrhota und Dy
It will retlort tU Tom of tht Stomach nnd In
crease tho anpotlto.
It will bo found of great service In Scrofutom
AJtcllont and irnlnM of U" Lima:
In offering this water to thu public, tho Com.
panydoslios to call attention to tho itandmn of
tho citizens who testify to Its worth, not know
ing of another product whloh shows at home
higher testimonials of oxccllcnco,
1'rom the President or tho Board of
Health for the State of Maryland.
Towson, ilau 20, 1887.
O. P. JfAcoiLt, Esq. Vtar blr:U gives mo
Kent pleasuro to stato that I was entlroly ro
ived of Muscular lthoumiitlsm of tin month11
standing by tho frte uso of your Strontla Wutor.
1 suffered much pnlu and Inability to uso my
arm. 1 tried a number of remedies without
crtcot. Notlolng tho oxcellont rostills lu Dr.
Chancellor's case, and having always a high
opinion of tho water, I used It, with tho above
result, nnd havo had no return of tho Rhoutna
tlsm. Hlncoroly yours,
JACKSON PIPER, Jt. D.
From the Secretary of the Board of
Health for the State of Maryland.
. BALTiMonu, 3Iay 11, 1887.
Cor. O. P. JtAroux.
Dear Sir: Your Strontla Watorhas certainly
dono mo 11 great doal of good. For several yoars
I suffered painful uttaoks of Rheumatla Gout,
for tho cure of wlilch I was Induced to visit the
principal springs and water cure of Euroi,o, ns
-well as many In this conntry, but without nny
positive relief, Ann ucehed tnovebtneflljiwm
ill inking btrontla Water than from ail other
eources, and I mutt rcqard it at a teri valuable
remedial agent. As a tablo water and food sol
vont It IS unsurpassed, und especially valuable
In many forms ol Dyspepsia.
Vory truly yours.
C. W. CHANCELLOR, M. D.
Wo could add hundreds of others to tho above
but spaco will not permit. ,
Manner In Which the Water is Put Up
FStrontla Wator Is acid In effcrvoscout condl
tlon, In pint, quart and half-gullon glass bottles
Each bottle bcurs u;on Its faco a yellow label
having a red centra and red side squares, thn
centre bearing a fao slmllo of tho Strontla spring
house, which constitutes our Trndo-Mark, and
n yellow neck label having uiion It tho -word
"Strontla." The water Is nfsn rtidlvprml In
effervescent condition. In siphon and founts.
In tho stato In which it Is taken from tho
spring. It Is sold In pint, quart and half-gallon
glass bottles, labeled us above.
EFFERVESCENT OR NON-EFFERYESCENT.
1 Case, 10J6 Gallon Bottles S3 25
IDoz. Bottles, quarts 170
1 Caso, 00 Bottles, quart 0 00
1 Doz. Bottles, pint 125
1 Case, 100 bottles, pints , 8 00
11 e ,VJ1(I 1 '
C-. G. CORNWALL &
1412 and 1414 Ponn. Avo.,
"WASHINGTON, D. 0.,
Solo Acont for tho District of Columbia.
MT. VEItNO.N SEMINARY, 1100, 1101,1100,
1110 Jt stroet ind 1128 Eleventh street!
Boarding and Day Suhool for young ladtos ami
Fourteenth year olwns Wednesday, October 3,
for reception of boarding pupils: Thursday,
October -1, for rocoptlon of day pupils.
MRS. E.J. SOMKRS. Principal.
rpilE BERLITZ hCIIOOL OKLAMUAUKS.
TERMS BEGIN NOW.
723 14TII ST. N. W.
MISS BALl'li'S CIVIL SERVICE INSTITUTE
AND HUfclNESS SCHOOL, 1207 10th st n
w. Open all thu yoar. Pupils ureiurod for all
if1 aF,.'. 0IJ!M- A"i,ly llt H07 Mass. uvo.,
Jlr. iftid Mi,.). W. D. C'AJJKLL. Principals.
Pupils rocolvod .any tlmo.
M'IIO.VALII.El LIS' SCHOOL, CORNER MASS.
avo und 17th st, Washington, D, 0.
Second session, Feb. 1 188S.
Miss Cutohcon's Evening Truvol Class will
begin Feb. 20, 1888.
Tho llrst leoturo on Amorloan Llteraturo by
rrof. Lincoln, Feb. 1-1, 1888,
I-'or Information address tho principal,
. MISS ANNA ELLIS.
SPENCERIAH BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Tbreo ontlra floors. Nntlonal Bank of tho
Republio Building, comer 7th and D sts. u. w.
Day und evening sessions. Young men und
womon praotlcally trnltiod for nelt-support, and
useful lives. Five courses Tho Pruotloul Busl
noss CourBO, Btenogrnphy, Typo-Writing and
Grapliophone, Pitman shorthand, Praetloal
English Brunches, Delsnrto School of Expres
sion. Suliolastlo year begins Monday, Soptom
temberO. Co.logu opens for urrungementstm
nnd alter Monday, August 27, Sendfor now Il
HENRlT (!. SPENCER, LL.B., Prlnolpal.
MRS. SARA A. SPENCER. Vloo-Prlnolpal.
MONEY TO LOAN.
ONEY TO LOAN ON KEAL ESTATE AND
oiuor securities wunniti uciuy.
JAMES Y. BROWN,
lloal Estate mid Loan llrokor,
1100 l-'atroot northwest.
tsinrii'inn'1'.0 1(UN on rijal estate
uiuu uuu nun
B. II. WARNER A CO.,
010 1' stnw.
MONKV TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR
(li'rit-olass soourltles ut lowest rates of In
terest, No deluy where security Is good,
O O. GREEN,
aoa 7th stnw.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED CITY REAL
estate MoLACHLAN & BATCHELDElt,
1225 V st 11 W,
ONKV TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT.
Lowest rates. No delay.
V. 11. SMITH .t SON,
1222 1)' st n w.
Grand, Upright and Sijuare
Spoelal uttontlon of Holiday purchasers I In.
llitl to our
"NEW ARTISTIC bTYLKb,"
i'lulslied In designs of
'HIGHEST DICUIHATIVE ART,"
PIANOS 1'OR RENT.-
Siiooud-lmiid Piano ut All l'rlcoi.
"WM. KNA1313 & Co.,
S17 Market -pace.
lBAUOII'S GRAND OPERA-HOUSE.
LAST TIIREI! PERFORMANCES
A Innrlmi 'a . H.a1J , .1 1
MAGGIE MITCHELL, j
And hor own mclont company.
TONiailT AT 8.
Saturday Jim, nnd Night .....RAY
Tour under tho dlicctlon of Wm. L. Lykcns. j
LA. roso.-v -
Sulo of seats now open. 1
JT EW NATIONAL THBATHE. TO-NIGHT '
"THEY LIKE IT SO MUCH." .
MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 '
AN UNDOUBTED SUCCESS.
1 roduccd In Vi ashlngton with tho Bnmo stron I
Cfunpaiiy nnd magnificent sconory as seen In I
Now ork during Its long run.
Vnvf Yirt. 1,1, ... ,. MA..... . .. .A
... "vii-.j,iii. nm- v, uuujiwiw in "A
ROYAL REVENGE" and "CONFUSION."
Seats now on solo.
A LBAUOH'S GRAND OPERA-HOUSE.
1 Wook Commencing
MONDAY, .TANUAKY 28,
ONLY MATINEE SATURDAY,
A CAREFULLY SELECTED COMPANY,
MR. MELBOURNE MoDOWELL.
InnMagnlllcent Production of Sardou's Sensa
tion of Two Continents,
InllUratur her intelligence doeinot go beyond
IMolHto read. All the philosophy of it tlret her.
She undtrttandt only one thing l the booH-that
there are two loret who profeit and analyze loten
2rfecUy right, nrltjly, ?t it a woman, alicausa
.ViV v """" "' u'muitvj unit, ume,
fit that Pnunfm' nmt if nt ntl ,.u.. t
Country. " "' v""r """""
n'HOSt SARDOU'S LETTER TO MISS
DAVENPORT, WRITTEN ON THE HVK OF
BCAAMER1CAN PRODUCTION OF "LA
Seats now on salo.
JTERNAN'S NEW WASHINGTON THEATRE.
Mutlnocs Mon., Tuos., Thurs. and Sat.
Tho topical, musical imdspcotaonlar burlcsnuo
. , PARISIAN REVELS.
Noxt week Hcntz-Santley Novelty und Bur
losquo Co. Now Faces and Foaturcs.
rTARRIS' BIJOU THEATRE.
WEEK JAN. 2l-Matlneos:Tucs.,Thnrs. A Sat.
Sovonth Season nnd Undisputed Success of tha
Whirlwind of Laughter,
J. C. STEWART'S
FunnIost of all Funny Comedies, entitled tho
Tho Largest Comedy Company Extant,
L 'UNION FRATERNELLE DC LANOUE
Will glvo tholr
GRANDE DRESS AND MASQUERADE BALL
On TUESDAY EVENING, February 5, 1880,
EDEL'S MUSIO HALL, 703 E Strcot northwost,
Muslo will bo furnished by n full Orchestra.
An enjoyable evening Is promised.
Gents' Tlokcts, 81. Ladles', 50o.
SUPPER A LA CARTE.
Tickets for salo at
DROOP'S MUSIO STORE, BT MEMBERS.
and at tho door tho ovenlng of the BALL
T3ATTLE OF SII1L0H '
(snow on exhibition aally from On.in.lo 10
Flitconth st 2 blooks south of U. S. Troasnry
STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN
Loaves 7th-st. Wharf dally (oxcopt Sunday) for
At 10 o'clock a. m.; returning, rosohes Wash
ington about 0:00 p, m.
COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS.
S. BUNDY, COM'R OF DEEDS AND NO
nry Public, -158 Lu. avo., opp. City Hall.
H. EVANS. 1321 V STREET NORTHWEST?
Commissioner of Hoods tor nil Htntf nml
Territories, Notary Publle. Hours f romO to -1:00.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
Corner 15th una I strpots northwest,
Opposite Mcl'lioisou Squuro.
II. M. CAKE.
, CAPITOL PARK NORTHWEST.
Finest Hotel ln Washington.
I). D00L1TTLE, Proprietor.
FOR LADIE8 AND GENTLEMEN.
THK MOST EXQUISITE CUISINE IN WASH
INGTON. Arrnngomonts can bo rniulo for
KEOLPTIONS, DINNER AND THEATRE
Wines, Liquors und Cordials by thobottloor
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
O. G. STAPLES, lato of Thousand Is!, nouse.
L 1 101 N. Y. AVE.. COR. 1 ITH ST.
ormaiiont and transient guests accommodated.
Curs tu ull parts of tho city pas tha door.
ilRS, M. J. COLLEY, Proprietress.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
ROOMS EN SUITE AND SINGLE.
Durlni! thu past summer a now addition ha
boon erected containing tho most luxurious res
taurant rooms In tho city,
uo20 Oin Til. FELTER, Prop.
rilHU ARLINGTON, "
T A QUIET ANl) ELEGANT HOTEL.
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" WASHINGTON, D. 0
Army and Nnvy Headquarters.
Four Iron Flro Ese.tie.
TERMS-S3.00 and 81.00 Por Day.
GILHUV II U US 13,
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-NInth St.,
NEW YORK CITY.
JAMKS 11. 1IKIISI.IN, l'roprlotor.
OT. JAS111S HOT11L,
SIXTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE-i
L. W00DIU1RY, Proprietor.
PEERLESS DYES &ZS