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THE EVENING POST, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26,. 1888.
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The Evening Post
Un Washington Cmtic)
PUBLISHED EVEB.Y EVENING.
WASHINGTON POST COMPANY.
Corner Tenth and D Streets and Tenn, Ato.
WlSUINOTON, D, C,
Nnw SEnres, No, 37 Cmtic Semes, No. 0,333.
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WASHINGTON, NOVEMBER 20, 18S8.
Hev. Howard T. WinniiMEn, Portca
tant Episcopal, of Philadelphia has been
sentenced to leavo his wife or givo up
liis church, nnd he has given up tho
church. Tho charge against him was
that ho hat been divorced from his pre
vious tvlfo for desertion and married
Nvhilo sho wns still living. This sort of
thing was hardly becoming to a minister
of tho gospel, but having married a
woman presumably because ho loved
hor, It wns tho manly thing for him to
civo up all things temporal for her sake.
The rules of tho church may bar him
out of the temporal advantages of Its
organization but it can scarcely shut tho
pearly portals ngniust him. That mat
ter lies between Mr, Widdomer and tho
Lord, and tho Lord Is infinite in mercy.
Tms blizzard looks a little llko tho
tail-end of tho ono wo had last March,
but where has it been all summer?
Mit. Bisskll is uncommunicative! on
the subject of tho alleged future partner
ship of himself and Mr. Cleveland. Mr.
Blssull, as an cntci prising business man,
should unloose tho blngos of his jaw and
let It go for all there Is in It and got an
amount of advertising that would, If paid
for, completely nullify tho entire receipts
of the firm for tho first year. Judicious
advertising Is tho keystone of success.
Senator Blakbuiin and Judge Ruckcr
are still in tact.
An invasion of Mexico is now in pro
gress by a lot of American editors. They
slipped over tho border in an unbe
knownst manner, and before the author
ities know it they will bo robbing tho
balls of tho Montezumas for subscribers
and offering Inducements to tho ancient
Aztecs for clubs. Tho Invasion of the
Spaniards under Cortcz was a picnic In
in comparison with this additional one.
Senator Allison says tho tariff will
be roviscd. Itevi&lon.however, docs not
nocessarlly mean reform. Though
what the distinction is is diflicult to de
termine. WiriTECiiArEUSM has broken out to a
slight degree. In Russia and tho body of u
young girl, mutilated as are tho bodies in
AVhltechapcl, has been discovered near
Gralvoron in South Russia. There is
this difference, however, that tho mur
derers have been captured. They con
fessed that tb'oy had killed her, in order
to get the fat to make a candle- of, there
being a superstition that the buruiug of
such a candle would secure them from
detection. Tho result will probably put
an end to two murderers aud an ugly
Theke'is a movement among Indiana
Democrats to withdraw from tho G. A.
It. When politics is permitted to sepa
rate comradcs-la-arms, it is time to drop
i m .
A iievolt Is threatened among tho
English Australian colonics. It may bo
(lightly premature, but tho tlmo Is com
ing when the united States of Australia
will bo a republic second only in power
and extent to tho United States of
America. England will find her conso
lation in tho thought that she has given
to the world two such precocious and
This musical now between ManRger
Aronspn and Francis Wilson promises to
become ono of tho finest advertising
Bchemcs known to diamatic manage
ment, On the calendar of tho House and
Senate at the close of last session were
two bills providing for tho purchase of
a site for tho city postolllce. The Senate
bill selects ono site and the Houso bill
another, and the result Is that the Dis
trict of Columbia gets no postoffico.
There Is, however, ono bill before the
House Committee on Public Buildings
and Grounds, known as the Richardson
bill, which, if reported to the House,
would certainly pass, as nearly every
Member Is heartily in favor of the bill.
The bill provides for the appointment of
a commission to select a site, the site to
be approved by the President. This bill
wl prqbobly bo called up for action bo
fore thu holiday recess, ns Mr. Richard
son bus signified his intention of doing.
The Buzzard means a boom in the
rubber shoo business.
Mn. Hewitt, the young president of
iho Washington Baseball Club, has
shown a nerve and enterprise in buying
Shortstop Ward that should meet with
hearty financial nupport from the city.
Theie Is llttlodoubt tlintlt III. Let tho
public see that the management Is dls
posed to give them as good a tenm as It
can got and the games will be liberally
attended. Washington's hustling presi.
dent Is to bit congratulated.
i. ii-1 1 . n i, m
We CAt.i. the attention of ourrcadors
tho fact that wo do not refor editorially
"tho Beautiful Snow." We are
abreast of tho time?, und know n chest
nut when wo seo It.
Father JIackin, who conducted the
funeral exercises over the body of the
late Uitptuln I, N. Burrltt, Saturday, in
altering up tho prayers of tho churoh for
the rest of tho soul, said In his remarks
that he did so because ho had been us
smed that Captain Burrltt, nltliough not
a communicant, bnd severed il connec
tion with all oiganlzatloas antagonistic
to tho Church, und Und expressed the
hope that when lie died ho would die In
tho Catholic faith. In offering tho pray
ers of the Clmroh, Uowuvor, Father
Macklu said ho presumed he would bp
feovcrely ciiticUvd but ho Justified hik
acting on tho broad ground of charity
and Christ's teachings and tho belief
that Captain Burrltt's llfo and profes
sions woro such ns to warrant him in so
doing. Just who would criticize the
Father docs not clearly appear, but wo
imaglno that criticism of such a Christian
dood would scarcely find an advocato.
On tho contrary, there is In his nctlon
only that which Is to bo commended, and
there is no true Christian heart In nil tho
world which will not beat In sympathy
with that slmplo charity which Is tho
Uhriat-llko attributo of man.
Tltroe Opinion on Dunclng.
JWw XorL World.
Mrs. Ella Wheeler Wilcox "I entirely
approve of round dances for people who aro
graceful; but people who can't danco well
ought not to danco at all. Dancing Is much
moro Hublo to pervert the old. Hut, then It
mej woma do perverted oy dancing, vtouiun'i
they bo likely to have been perverted by
lomothlng clro before, l'rotnlscuous dancing
Is doubtless likely to bo conducive toimmorl
lty. but tticn so It It In ocnmpmectlng.
Girls ought to dance with their brothers'
Dr. Howard Crosby "I consider all round
dances laclvlous, Ibelive tho close contact
they Involve docs Improperly Intluenco the
men and women who participate In them,
but I think, the women less susceptible to such
an Inrlucnco than tho men."
Dr. Alra II, Doby, surgeon and medical
inspector: "A nominally healthy woman can
danco with Impunity Just as sho can tide a
hone or play tennis, but comparatively few
American women aio nominally healthy,
Moreover, a woman In a ball drees Is almost
Invarlbly laced too tightly, and I never knew
a woman who danced who did not danco too
much. The overoxertln, combined with tho
tight lacing, Is apt too produco functional
troublo of tho heart, Increasing, as It does,
tho actlou ot the heart with diminished scope.
Women who danco ought not to laco at all,
and married women should dance seldom, If
Jftio York Sun.
People order dessert now as they would noto
paper. Such a thing as cooking pies, cakes,
pudding) and the llko has been relegated to
tho past In cine households out of ten In Mew
York, except where ooo of tho daughters of
the bouio Is anxious to show her altlll In the
kitchen, All over town there aro small shops
where ice cream, Ices, charlotte russo and all
sons oi aiter-dinner ueiicacies aro Kept on
hand, and a specialty Is made of delivering
them to flats and houses after 5 o'clock ut
night. The districts nra pretty well divided
up, so that tho routes of the dlllurcnt delivery
wagons are usually short. Ladles who are out
shopping In tho afternoon drop In tho places
nearest their bouse and order their dessert.
It is home nearlv as soon as they are. Tho
other end of the dinner Is bolug taken euro of
In a similar way, and the oyster houses haro
taken up the plan of serving oysters on tho
half shell, already opened, In flat tin cases at
twenty cents a plate. In this way the house
keepers who object to toll and their number
Is lozion manage to look after the two ends
o! tho dinner without any particular troublo.
They leavo the roast to the cook and tho en
semble to Providence
Mrs. linn ison's Little Joke.
Mrs. Harrison, on tho other band, has nfund
ot spirits which sometimes finds expression
In practical jokes. For lustanco,thoro Is n Dr.
Newcomer, a great friend ot tho Harrison
family, who Is a practitioner of tho old school
and a deadly enemy of nil quacks and all who
advertise In any way. 'Iho doctor Is tho owner
of a whlto dog which ho reg.uds us the npplo
of his eye, aud which, llko Mary's llttlg lamb,
follow him about wherever ho may en. Tho
two are Inseparable Ono day Mrs. ltarrlson
and a lady friend, uot having the peace and
dignity of tho doctor before their eyes,
decoyed this dog oft Into a secluded place,
and there aud thcu painted on each of his
tides In Indelible aniline colors tho Ugcnd,
"Try Newcomer' Pills." and tho rios tiottcd
off to his master with this most unprofessional
und unotblcal rccoinmcndatiou wheio.he who
runs might read. Nor was his decoration dis
covered by bis owner until after It had been
dleplajcd along the wholo of tho doctor
route. Tho doctor had to have his canluo
friend shaved to get rid of tho request, and
thero was a tension botween tho Nort comers
and Jlurnsons for come time.
IIoAton'A Novel Riitertulmnent.
In lesulug Invitations to an oenlng party a
gentleman sent cards to tcu young ladles and
slno young gentlemen. Inclosed wus a handsomely-engraved
card bearing the word
"Causcrle," followed by the lino from "Para
dise Iott," "'With theo conversing, I forgut
all tlme.'i No little tuiloslty was urotised.
When the nineteen guests were assembled tho
host presented current topics for discussion,
and instead of tho gentlemen writing their
names on the ladles' dauco cards, tho latter
flitted about and selected their partners for a
chat. As there was one lady too many zest
was added to tho choice. Hut fifteen minutes
wcro allowed for each conversation, when ul
the tinkle of a bell a new move was made.
Too "left out'1 lady leports as having the best
tlmo of all. Moving from couplo to couple
the ascertained "Just how popular Mrs.
Cleveland It In tho country," "how many
cigars the average man smokes In the cour.e
of iJic day," aud "the one und only correct
recipe for preparing liostou beans.
Great Men's Ten Worlcn.
tnttrtltui ullhanAutogiaph Voltictor.
"Xpu can't get much nearer to a person
than their handwriting, jou Know. It Is a
powerful educator, this collecting of auto
graphs, a gieat study aud perfectly faclnutlug
wonderfully Interesting" and then he Mould
begin "Hern's John Hancock and Jay, signets
of the Declaration; Kuriltt, the learned black
smith; tin pages of Holmes' mauuecrlpt; a
poem In manuscript of Taylor's, isn't it a
beaut)? That reminds me. I'll show you
the prettiest thing in America," and hero a
mauiiscrlpt poem In Bouthey's plain pointed
writing It brought from Us carefnl sccluslou.
'WjpoIo, private minister to George 1; hero
Is a rare one Kosciusko (I'd give anything
for u Pulaski to go with It); Anno of Austria
(I paid $5 for that, and wouldn't take twlca
that amount for It); Grouchy, the man that
didn't get there In time for Waterloo; Crulk
shank's sketches, signed by himself,"
Amoug tho Napolean autographs are 13 be
longing to the Immortal ilouapartu himself,
who hail In all 1)2 different signatures,
Not Very Iflattetlng,
Breakfast In Ludlow Street Jail is gener
ally table, d'hote and consists ot bread, A tin
cup ot coffee takes the tatU of the bread out
of your mouth, and then, if you have soiuo
llmburger cheese In your nockct, you can
with that remove the tasto of the coffee.
Dinner Is served at 13 o'clock and consists
of more bread, with soup. Tho soup has
everything In It except nourishment, rieveral
dajt ago I heard that Mayor Hewitt was In
the soup, but I didn't realize It before.
Ihe alquer menu Is changed on Fridays,
Htwdaisnnd Thursdays, on which days sou
g,t thu soup first and tue bread afterward. In
this way tho bread Is saved,
Three days hi the week at dinner each man
gctcu ;otato with a thousand-legged worm In
It. At I) o'clock comet supper with toast and
Who He VViii.
Caller To decide a bet, Mr. Dana, will jou
please toll mo wuotner the expression, "The
house has been building for several months"
Is correct or not
Charles A. Dana It Is good English. Aro
you a ccuooi teacuerr
"No, sir; I am tho man who hat been build
ing the huute that has been lnilldlug, but the
building has ceased temporarily to allow tho
Inside work to proceed. The houso it painting,
plumbing, plastering, kaltomlulug and paper
ing to.day, Much obliged"
"Now, Bridget, when you've swept my
room, be euro to lock the door."
III a half hour Bridget comes down stairs.
"Hi Meet, did jou lock my doorr'1
"Wluru'i the kovT"
"Iti the door, mum, Du ) m want lit"
Htdvatlon Oil will relievo and cure pain at
lightning speed. Piles 23 ceutt a bottle,
paper, sir? No charge It you don't ilml Dr,
bull's Cough 8yiup in It." Price i!5 cents.
OUlt lNTKltXAIi REVENUE.
lleport of Coinmllonr Miller for tlto
l.int X'lciil Yeur.
Tho report of tho Commissioner of In
ternal Revenue, lion. John S, Miller, for
tho fiscal year ended Juno 30 Inst, shows
thas tho total receipts for the fiscal year
wcro $124,320,471, and Increase of $5,18!),
174 over tho receipts for tho previous
year, and moro than tho rcculpt of nuy
other year since ISS'.l, when tho receipts
Tho recolpu for tho year were also
$4,320.'l75 moro than tho estimate The
estimated receipts for tho current fiscal
year aro fR;5,000,000, provided no
changes are made In the existing rates of
taxation. Tho withdrawals for con
sumption during tho year were as fol
lows: Spirits distilled from npplcs,
peaches nnd grapes, 888,107 gallons;
other spirits, 70,077,370 gallons; fer
mented liquors, 24,GfiO,210 barrels: cigars,
3,811,720,030: clgarctts, 1,802,720,100;
snuff, 7,430,090 liotinds: tobacco, chew
ing and smoking, 201,025,013 pounds;
oleomargarine 32,007,755 pounds.
Tho cost of collection of intornnl taxes
for tho year was $3,078,283, being less
than 3.2 nor cent, of the amount col
lected. The cost of collection for tho
previous year was 8.4 per cent, of tho
amount collected. Violations of reveuuo
law,numbcrcd 1,071; 781 porsons wcto nr
rested, 518 Illicit stills seized at tho cost
of tho death of ono officer and wounding
With refcrenco to tho Maryland dis
trict, which includes Washington, tho
totals aro as follows: Aggregate collec
tions, ?8,8S0,377. 14. In tho manufacture
of tobacco 2,313,741 pounds of tobacco
was used, 08.753,603 cigars manufactured
nnd 122,405,020 cigarettes. Thero were
eloven tobacco factories In Maryland.
These used tho following material In
manufacturing during tho calendar year
ended December 31, 1887: Tobacco nnd
snuir, leaf, 0,301,306 pounds; scrap,
448,225; stems, 018,504; licorice, 225,124;
sugar, 400,708; other material, 402,352.
Maryland tobacco factories aro not
rrodltpd with thft mtiniifnntnrr nf nnv
plug tobacco, but made 030,082 pounds
of fine cut, and 7,318,480 of smoking to
bacco, and 2,828,183 pounds of snuff.
Tho following quantities of grain and
other material were used in tho pro
duction of distilled spirits: Malt. 31.404
bushels; wheat, 154 bushels; rys, 210,
841 bushels; corn, 182,042 bushels; oats.
054 bushels; mill feed, 254 bushels.
Thero were 3,807,000.21 proof-gallons of
spirits roctltled during the your. Tho
total tax paid by oleomargarine dealers
in .Maryland uuring the year was i,uj.
Sir, und Mrs. Cleveland.
In speaking of the defeat of the President,
Mrs. Folsom saldi "You will never hear of
auythlSg Imprudent emanating from Mts.
Cleveland. Sho It wonderfully prudent nnd
cautious in all her words and conduct. The
President has tho groat est of blessings In his
wife, and he is In Ills heart too happy to be
long cast down by political fortune. .Mrs.
Cleveland looks up to her husband with thu
trust and confidence- sho folt as a child to him,
und she Is very proud of her heart's choice.
Ho is Indeed that, as you would have seen for
"jourself hud you witnessed their meeting
uiicr ono oi ner anscuces ui several wucks
not a grout while ago. Mrs. Cleveland saw
tho coachman's livery from tho car window ut
thu depot, und as she stopped to the door us
the trulu stopped tho looked toward tho car.
rlago anxiously. It was empty, nnd her face
luvouled tho disappointment sho felt. Tho
president was drliotly besldu her nnd saw tho
eager glance and the look that succeeded It.
He smilingly touchod her, and as the caught
sl'.'ht of him sho Impetuously threw herself
Into his aims. The rosy blushing face was
Klsucd anil the President handed her Into tier
seat, and soon thu prauclmr horses had dashed
away with the happy pair."
Tho following sound advice, given by the
Sportiman to hoi so owners, should he printed
on a placard and tacked up In ovury stable.
Neverallow ouj ono to tickle or tease jour
borfo lu tho stablo. Iho animal only foels (ho
torment aud does nut understand tho joke.
Nover beat the horse when lu the stable, as
nothing so soon makes him permanently
Keep a horso's bedding dry and dean uudcr
nciili us well as un top. Stundlng In hot, fer
menting manure cautis tbruh.
Uso the entry comb llghllj'. When used
roughly it is n souicu of great pals; (brushing
und tubbing aro thu proper means to secure u
glonsy coat, l.ct tho birds ho brushed out every
night. Dirt, if allowed to cako lu, causes soro
When a horse conies In from from a Journey
the first thing to do is to walk htm around
until hu Is cool, Tho next thing It to rub him
dry, This removes dirt, dust nnd sweat, and
allows tlmo to recover and tho appetlto to re
turn. Also have his legs tubbed by bund;
nothing so soon removes a strain,
J.et jour horso stand loose, If possible, with
out being tied up In the tniiiigur, Pnlu und
weariness from a coullued iosition Inducis
Tho Clileugo Glrl'n Shoe.
"Somebody asktd mo the other day what
6ls of shoes were mostly worn in Chicago
by ladles," said a ehoe dealer, j eatcrdar. ".My
answer rather surprised him. I Bsld lis nnd -Is,
nnd moro 4s than 3s. He got off the Idiotic
talk about Chicago women's feet that you (hid
In newspapers of rival cities, The same thing
Is true 'of cveiy American city In this ago
of tbo world, lu tome sections ot the
country cldldicu used to run In their baio
feet moie than they do now. I should
say that with ladles a No, i is tho most
generally worn 1 won't say called for shoo
In tho insiket. No. St, ladles' sUes, jou un
derstand, aro not much worn, although calltd
for fieipicntly, 'Ihat Is another thing you
hear a great deal about lu a funny way. I
never deceive u customer about h(s or her
number If the rmcstiou Is asked, Hut when a
lady comes In nnd sajt to ono of our young
mon that sho wauts a No 2, he looks ut her
foot, If ho can do so without glviug offense,
nndiirooeeds to flt her,"
A Woll rrnpurtloneil Woman,
If a woman be five feet five inches lu height.
her extended arms should measure, fiom tip
of middle linger to tip of middle linger, Just
live feet five Inches, exactly her own height.
A woman of this height should ineasuio
twcnty.four Inches about the waist ond thirty
four Inches about the bust If measured from
under the arms, and fortv-tlireo if over them.
The upper arm should measure thirteen Inches
and tho wrist six. Tho calf of thu leg should
measure fourteen and a-half Inches, tho thigh
twcnty-llvo and the ankle eight. From her
thighs to the ground she should measure just
what sho measures from the thighs to tho top
of ilia head. Tlio knee should como exactly
midway between the thigh aud tbo heel. Thu
distance from the dhow to the middle linger
should bothesamoas the distance from the
elbow to tho middle of tho the6t, Prom tho
ton of the head to the chin should ba but the
length of tho foot, and thero thould bn tho I
sumo uuiauce ueiweeu iiiu cum and unnplts.
The length of her hand should ho Just one
tenth of her height, and her feet Jutt a
seventh, and tho diameter ot her chut a fifth.
Mitt Jellyby And now that I have said
"Yes," my dear Claudo, I wish jou would ask
papa at once; and while you are about it, jou
might say a word to nutnma, aud en Aunt
Mary bss been so kind, son know; lust men
tion It to her and ask If sho It wllllug; and
then Unclu (leorgo might -
Claude Pardon m, Mlts .lellhvi Isn't It a
little rough on fellow to make lilm secure a
wlfo on the Installment plan
'llio (,'ininiiinmiitloii of I'lilliniiii's Art
Has been reached, If limits can lw put to
C'lilus, lu tliemugiillicent new llulTet Purlor
Cart built by tint colibm'ed dcslpner and now I
MiMiiliiir ou tb II it O Limited tmliiii liftwimi !
I ' Is city unit 1 hlladulp da 'Ihcto cars nra
intryUnf leg n t lii finish ami luxurious- '
i.eis hrfppo utiuuiit,
y5a, PlllVATi: I nS8'N8 IN AM. Wl).
yiSjccts, strictly confidential. Bond for
8. V Ft.YNN. A. St., Ivy Institute
Southwest corner f
mn nnu iv bis. n. w.
tnSa.NOTICi: OF STOCKIIOMIKUS' JIUKT
VvS. (NO - Tbo Htumnl meeting of the
Ktnr.tr hntilur. r.t tin. Cfiflltnllla'litlH liKmrnnnu
Company ot the Dlstrlit or i olumiilu, for tho
clo'itlun of nlio trtiteci lor the enduing yeiir,
will b hold at tho ofllconf tho company, No.
f0(l nth street northwest, on MONDAY, tho
17th day of December, 1HBS. Pulls open Irom
J to -t o'clock p. in. J. n. couhiiLan,
tiol71tilol7 "oi rMtiirr,
tfKSShLADlKS! LAWKS f MUHMl"
UVC2T" jirg, jtct'ttflerty Is tbo only hat nnd
bonnet-framo manufiiotuicr In thu city. Call
anil see her now shapen. Illcacnlng and press
ing, straw nnd Felt Hats nltored to the latest
stylos, orders promptly attended to.
lOOU (1 stroot n. wJL
jjrMOORE & SCHLEY,
BAKKCRS AND WIOKEUS,
20 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK.
MEMBERS OP THE NEW YOltK STOCK EX
CHANGE. PMVATfl WII1B CONNECTIONS WITII COR
WASHINGTON, 1). C, RICHMOND, VA.
Correspondents In Washington,
! 'CORSON & MACARTNEY,
' I 1410 F STREET
' ," FENDERS,
j Fir.K SETS,
Cheaper than ovor.
Examine our extensive stock be tor o purchasing.
1IAYWARD Jb HUTCHINSON,
421 Oth St.
igrCPHILlP T. HALL,
KSHS 008 F street n.w.,
Makes a specialty of custom mado shirts, so
placo your order with him nt once.
vjK3arioaAN's installment house.
M25 Having romoved to my Now Storo,
. 7Ul) nnd711boventhst. n. w., ,
I nm prepared to soil cheaper than any other
credit house In the city. Our stock of CAR
PETS. OILCLOTHS, MATTINHS, RUOS,
HEATING- AND COOKINO STOVES, PARLOR,
HEIMIOOM. DININUROOJt AND KITCHEN
PURN1TURE la oomploto, and will bo sold on
t'redlt choaper than tliey can bo told elsewhere
for rash, Como and eeo us nnd you will bo sat
OROOAN'S, 7.10 and 741 7th St. n. W.,
18 THE I'LAOE TO DEAL.
All Carpets bought from us we will make and
lay on tho floor free of cost.
TftS5NEV MUSIC STORE.-ALL KINI)SOF
r3!U sheet Muslo und Mnslo Hooks: all the
r.o nnd lOa muslo published. HENRY WHITE,
005 7th st. n w. opposite PatentOMoo.
JOHN WARD, PREAOnnit.
THE OWL'S NEST, by Wlstor.
RAYMOND KERSHAW, by Cox.
THE bTORY OF AN AFRICAN FARM.
W. II. MORRISON,
1331 F STREET NORTHWEST.
CHOICE WESTERN CUT AND LONG HAY.
Constantly on Huud ut tho Lowest Market
II. D. COCHRAN,
Wbotealoand Retail Doalorln
I'LOUR, GRAIN AND HARNESS,
1317 FOURTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
TrKSSasTHB WASHINGTON ARCHITECT!!-
W52E HAL IRON AND IHtlDGE WORKS.
WORKS, comer of Water und :Wd streets.
Washington. D. C. Telephone Call, 42is :J.
Roofs, Bridges, Turu-Tablos, oto. Rolled trou
and Steel Heami, Channels. Anglos, etc. Cast
ings of every description. Ornsmontul Cast and
Wroitght-Iron Work a specialty. l'Unt. Kttl
mutes unit btraln-Shcets prumptly furnished on
application. Special facilities for Heavy Cast
lues. Caparltv of work", fi.000 tons per annum.
i:i)WAltlt L. DENT. II. i:..
Owner und Osncral Manager,
VJK3SS..IOIN A CLUII NOW AND SAVE THE
l)CSr tetiiller'M profits. ClIRIbT.MAS Is
( OMING AND YOII WILL WANT A WATCH.
Wonlfir great reduitluns In prices FINE
(.111.1) WATCH Br-, CHAINS, DIAMONDS AND
Ji:WELltY,.K)lN A CLUII NOW and you will
huso your WA1CIIKS roll THE HOLIDAYS,
('.ill nt pur tilllco, rij") 7th st. n, w or send
tpnstnlniHtiiHW'ugdntS'Wlll cull on jou Willi n
line of nainpU'K. .. . . .
.Mill A MAM I,. tlAIl.Tl l'.liM..ir.,
Munagerof 'l ImNow Yoik WutohCluh Co..
ril5 7llnt. n. w., bet. Euud Puts.
ttrCSa.VOU GOOD-FITTING GARMENTS
W2 GO TO
Corner Oth and Ostsnw.., ,.,
Under National Hotel.
ttjgga, LAMAR & ZACHRY,
S. K. PHILLIPS, ATTORNEYS.
oeU'J-ly Sun Building, 1015 F street.
tff!3iHAVlNG INCREASED FACILITIES
tj25i for tho manufactory uiiil clelUuvy of
Confeotlonery, I'orelen und Domostlo fruits,
cto orders will be delivered prumptly. Pur
sons wishing aiders for Ico Creams, Oiisturds,
lees, charlottes, eto fur humbly will please
leave their orders as early t-uturday us con
eu!oiit, ukoRGE W. WEIDMAN,
:!().) Pa. avo. s. o.
LOVEISS OF GOOD UREAD HUOULD
The best llou In tbo world.
C. W. CISSELL & CO.,
Proprietors of thoOilglnal Holler Mills,
Georgetown, D. 0.
TCS0UTIlEltN INVESTMENT IN COAL,
Ju3J iron and Timber Lauds,
A. E. HANDLE niv's to cull tbo spcolal atten
tion of persons deslrlug to uequlro such piop
erty lu largo or small tracts ut the very lowet
prices. Full particulars on application. Ad
dress 303 7th st., n, w., Washington, D, C.
YfSSfcCOAL! COAL I
kJVST LOW PRICES THIS MONTH,
Place vnur orders with
K. O. CAItTKH. lol'II AND 1) bTUBJ
AND 1) hTREETS, S.
41)5 Kfctreot. S. W.
HRANCIIYAltD: 41)5 K titreot,
vS-SGO TO MU3 MENGERT'S, 411) OTH
MCX street northwest, for tho celebiatol
Columbia Vull.uetght Woolen Yarns, Stump
ing done. All materials fur needlework,
Tft . v '"Kl'lt M. GRADY
VJiCST-WIihcs his friends to know that ho Is
now connected with the l.oue of
310. 6Qutlieattor of 7th nnd I) streets,
Where ho will be flail to personally attend to
their wants. oc31-tf
i-iiLADIES CAN HAVE" THEIR FELT
ISCE huts pressed In tho now Full stylos.
Don't forget number, Whltiua'i mooching and
Millinery Establishment, 518 Tenth street
fcSSfcPAINTEHa- WM. E. SPA I.DING A CO.,
!qb 522 12th st. n. W., near F st.
Estimates Furnished For All Kinds of Work.
JOIIIIINil AND OLAZINO.
yfcqpa.W.-G MKTZMlOTT & CO,, MUhlO
o" Ijealcts have ri moved from Ponnsyl
anla avenuo to their mvf building, 1110 Fst n
w, three floors won of W. II Mosei A Sons.
Oldest and most ejicnslv so mulo establishment
In tho city.
PJrV Ileitis llllUttf.n.nltln ti. I'mntnrt nnrl
huiiltli. tho edit" of tho world visit DU Willi E'S
cxtabllshtnent, 1 110 1'enntylvnnlu avumie, oppo
sltoWIUard's HuIl-i, f, r tho iic.ii.iii1 ti.iat
intuit or ull dlscuM.. of tin, feet. Dr. Whito's
twenty-nlilth coostiuiiv,, ycar of practice In
n umuKu'"iv . ire, gj USIllll
i slttiiiv for putting
Hie iivi- o ,mv.
tfrt5atHl.,s i Volt's hlood pills chiiu
ysi. all Impui lues n nil lis forms aimstinres:
sorotula, eczema ami tkr. dlneasei speedily
Clued. Alsrt fxeelltn! for urlimry ami kidney
diseases. Pr1l lor sale at. STANDI FORD'S
Vili'iliilSL'iU.L11"" ' " w Open ull night.
IJa,bourLawIh,h,,,Mi ,,.., 10UU,AVB,
Residence, Ni, yin 1( ,u Northwest.
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS ANDNOTAnY.
IJ:;"yAB 1321 Fit nw,
C0MiJ,!?Sni'i?f!l.01' DEEDS FOR ALL
oV" TKltl" 1'H1KH.
TelepbOUO 053 j y yf to ,i;Wi
WANTEO-A FEW ADVANCED SPANISH
pupils to Join dally comnrsaHou class ut
liJOpmi utlier olassei nt other hours; terms
reasonable. 1008 V St., Room 4 .
WANTED-I1Y COLORED WOM N, 8ITOA
Hon as cook or chambermaid. Call ut7
Pounary l'bieo, botween lath and 1 Hit nnd O
and N. Y avenue.
XT ANTFD-MANAOKlt WANTED FOR OUR
V J-oiithorn onicos salary 81,800: control
$1,000 (wlmlesaloi worth of goods: must nmko
Sl.niHl oath deposit: referenes. Addruss
OWEN, 3 Coopor union, Now York,
WATEI)-EVERYi:or)Y TO KNOW THAT
Rico's Hteum Cleaning Work, 400 Maine
ave s w, clean oa-nots, renovates feathors,
stoning mattresses and rmnakes them: also, fur
nlture steamed lu tho best tnanuor and at low
AfATKI)-ITKNOWN THAT O. S. I1UNDY
i V oi ins lu nvo, opp city iiu.li, is uommis-
sinner of Deeds for
the States and Torrl-
WA.W.I-OLD aOLD AND SILVER
bounhttor cash by WM. FRIEDERICH,
tho manufacturing Jowolor, 003 7th at, opp Pat
FOR RENT DOOMS.
1'URNISHED FRONT ROOM;
oxttrisure: sultnblo for ono or twu
Xl southern exposure;
gentlemen; nrlvnto family: rofurences ox
changed. 031 1 street northwest.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
J"il4Fstnw, 13 rs $2.10 00
1-101) Mass avo n w, 15 rs 1(1(1 (17
lt2HMassavo, 14 rs 150 00
1730 Mass ave, 17 rs 12-100
1' st n w, 12 rs 125 1)0
1125 loth stnw, 15 r 115(H)
1014 21st n w. 10 rs 100 ()()
1322 1, stnw. 11 r mono
022 14th stnw. 12 rs loo oo
1721Connavo.llrs 100 00
1702 Pan von w. 10 rs til (17
1314 Conn avo, 10 rs H7 50
Jiit'i ronn nvo, m rs m iii
17281st I1W, lOrs 83 33
llthstnw. near 0,15 rs 83 33
1(1(11) II stn w, warehouso so 00
1701 Conn ave, lira 75 00
817 12th stnw, 11 rs.,., 70 00
2021 ostn w, ll rs 7ooo
1527 0 stnw, 11 rs 70 00
1510 20th stnw, 10 rs (13 oo
512R stnw, 13 rs 05 00
102116th stnw, 10 rs 15 00
1115 Nst nw.llrs (15 00
2012 lllllver Place. 1) rs 00 00
20M Illllyer Place, 10 rs on on
824112th stnw, storo and dwg 00 00
17(11) M stn w,Dn 55 00
22(1 N J avo 8 e, 0 rs 50 00
1514 30th st n w. 17 r no oo
2 1 id 14th stnw, 10 rs 45 oo
IDOlHst n W.Ors 45 00
2114 14tn stnw, 10 rs 11 07
242(1 14th it n w, lOrs 4107
mo liith stnw, 10 rs lu no
502Maploavc, Lo Droit Park, 7 rs 40 00
501 .Maplo ave, I.e Droit Park, 7 rs 40 00
1370Ustsw, llrs 40 00
2100 11th stnw. 10 rs 40 00
1213 7tn stnw, O rs 35 00
1531 20th stnw, 7 rs ninu
152l2i)thtn w,8rs.., 25 00
1507Curollnost 0 rs 25 00
10O7Lstn w,7 rs 10 45
2011ststsw. 0 rs 15 no
22(1 1st st s w, Ors 15 00
Tho ahovo bouses can bo examined by permit
from our oflleo only.
THOMAS J. riSHEH .t CO..
T.10H 11EXT HOUSES.
L1 3d UN stnw. 11 rs, ml
... $30 00
.... 25 00
.... 20 IK)
182(1 33d st .(I rs.m I...
.".Oil Qstn w.O rs, ml 40 00
1310 and 1401 20th st. 7 rs, ra 1 22 50
1200 32,1 stnw S75O0
12l)232dst IIW 35 00
321(1 Mtn w 50 00
3211) M stnw, storo and Hat 50 no
:i2()J 1' st 10 oo
a Masoulu Hall alley SO 00
C. II. FICKLING. 1201 32d st n w.
IM'KST $7,500 IN SMALL HltlCK HOUSES,
1 well rented; suro to puy you $750 per year;
tnuT pay you Sl.llO per yeur. Audress E- S.
COLLaMER, 21U5 l'a avo n w. .
FOR SALE HOUSES,
FOR SALIi-AT MOUNT 1'LEASANT-SEV-end
well located cottusesaiid nlco build
Inc Iot; ulso, on 1 tth street .jxtonilod, Snores
beautifully located, und it acres near Uilght
woixl, Improsed by7-room cottaite, e.
WALKER A WILSON, 100U Fst.
FOR NAI.K-A NUMIlltlt 01' SMI.I. HOUSES,
0 to H rooms, with mOd Imttti tor sale on
cajy terms. GEO. W. LIN KIND.
wvilliwj (,). MV ) S
10(1 Ostn w.Ors. ml S35 00
712 2nd st u w, store und dwelling 30 00
01112th st n o, 5 rs nndstublu, largo
grounds ., 20 oo
21 Fciiton st u e. 8 rs
, 8 00
, 8 00
45D Aunory si s w, I rs
453 Armory sts w, 1 rs
DAY WOOD & GAKItElT.
CHAS. h: 0AYW00I),
llusoinent 1)10 V street it w
I1 2IIDU (J stn w, b h II rs, now
Uii'Jl Q st. I) h,l rs....,
31 1 l'rospeut ave, b b, lOrs....
12.17 iintlist, bh, Ors,
13(12 Dllthst. Ots , 5,00(1
3IIK)Nst, llll, 10 rs , 5.001)
11512 1 st, h ll, I) rs 2,500
111335thst, fh,7 rs 2.51)0
II 3.1 I'nupi-ctst. bh, lOrs 5000
Tho ttbovols only u portion of the property on
my books. Call for list,
0, 11. FICKLING, 1201 32d stn w.
FOR SALE AND RENT;,
THOS K. WAGG.VMAN.017 V Street.
Chiitnres ma'le Wudnesdiiys mnt .-lei unlay.
TIlREE-St'OltY llltICK AND FRAMiS H0U3ISS
400 M stn w. bit, in 1, 11 is 822,500
023 ami U25 u st ii w, t ii, nnu a nouses
1312 Vt live ii w, lib, ml, 13 rs
1730 II stn w, bh. ml, 10 is .,
R st, bet 13th & 1 ltli sts u w, b h, m I,
115 3d st ii w. bh, ml, 11 r
1013 lllihhtu w, bh, ml, 10 is
DOOM stnw. bh ,ml, 13 rs
Uil.MII stn w, bh, ml, 12 rs,,,,, ,,..
2U7 Gstn w, I) Ii. ml, 10 rs
.. 15 00J
, , 8,000
TWO STORY llltICK AND FRAMl
Alley bet Oth and 7th and Lund M stsn
aiUHNatiiVt.hli.ml. 7 1 3,301)
M(i2aud ISOl Lstn w.f h,4rs 3,oot)
10.il, Kilt lib stnw. hh, Ors 3,000
2100 Vt uve u w, bh, 7 rs , U.uoo
1, :lund 5 miow'i- nlley n w. f Ii, 4 rs 3.1100
321 to U23W D st s o, f n, (I rs , ll.ooo
12111, 122-lMadli'OU St II W. I ll, 4 IS 2,(100
lllisauipsuiistii w, f li, o rs 1,700
Tor a term of 25 years, u valuahlo piece of
business prnimity on Fst, bet 11th mid 12th sts
u wi iititSinu per munlhandtfttes; lessee to
build on same.
For a term of 25 yoari, a valuable piece ot
business piupurty on lltli st. neur l'a uo ll w;
rent SI25 per month und tuxes: lessee to build
on same, .
Rent per iiniinm.
Ist. bet ltli and Bthne. $21 oo
UNIMP1I0VED I'ROl'ERTY POR BALM.
Cor Vu avo aud 2 ltli ttu w S2,no(i
Nouovllljh mid Water jits... 1,000
S o cur b t) ave unil 11th Sts o 1,000
Lstbotll)lhnud2l)tlitts iiw 82 00
Alii-s live, bet Del nvo and Utst ,,, ,, l do
13)at, bet Canal uud c sts u w , l do
HOUSES FOR RENT.
Upper part 2128 14 th st u w, 8 rs.
2d Hour p.'ODIh st u Vt, 2
3u3 ll Cupst.O rs
5()57thstn 0,7 is
123(1 Itu ttu w, o rs..,
12lii30lhstn w, 13 is
1517 lothst u w.Ois
2I2U Vu avon w,7rs.
, Bft (K)
. 25 00
i 20 01)
. 21) 01)
lltli 5ll hill w, 11 is,
22 Myrtlu st II V. 7 It..... 10 42
225 0 tt ll u, 0 rs WOO
211 .Ml must u 0,7 ra oiM in uu
lleunliig's lload, 0 is ,,.- 15 00
hi) Defteosstll W, Hrs 15 00
tin 12th st we, 0 rs 15 oo
31 Ets w,(l rs ! 12 30
2UJ0 12lhtn W, (IIS 12 00
7thstom,5rS 12 00
707 Fnrnigiit stnw. 4 is oo
REL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safe us tl. 8. bonds; U nor ooni,, ,, ,yaWo ,,,mr.
terly;ln sums $100 to l,oouj small piomium
In sums tu suit ato per cent.
Thanbovols onlya portion of J. he property on
my books. For full llt " at olllog for bmfetlu
lu.ued on the 1st und lfitln
Haying recently fitted up
,n connection wUhmy1PATENTiPR0Css,t
ILLUbTRATIONB AT NEW YORK PRICES
Photographing on Wood for the Trade.
4111 lilevelitli Street N. W,
FOR SALE LOTS
Iits and oottapAfi In tfnklnfftnn fornftlft. Tlnt4
of this subdivision, b'lng tho first addition over
tnadK to tho city of Washington, uro now ready
for distribution. Sovcral attractive cottnges
and a number of thoeliolcext lots will ha sold to
persons who will imiinivo tho same. It Is tho
purpoito or the pr iprlctor to tnnkn this tho most
ultraetlvo subdivision about Washington. Tho
streets aro oxnet "Xtcnslon ot thine of tbo ell y,
nnd orory modern eonvenlcncowlll boprovldod.
An nbundant wuter suppls, perfect sys
tem ot suwcriige, Incniidcsoent eleotrlo
Ilghtt nnd nn oleotrlo rullway havebocn pro
vided. Ton thousand feet of curb linvo
been contracted tor, und thu laving of curb
nnd pavements will bo commenced In n fow
riuys. Cottages will ho erected (or purchasers
It doslrod. For plats, npnly nt tho onlco of
GEORGE TRUK8DELL, 005 flevo' th t. n. w.,
or at Third nnd T sts. n. p., In Ecklngton.
To seo t ho projiorty, tako tho Eleotrlo Railway,
at Now York avenuo and Seventh streot north
west. IjlOIl HALK-4 FINE LOTS ON CHAPIN ST,
I; 50x150 each; ono on 15th st, near Colum
bia road; a oholos building sttn, 50x115,
11ENJ. P.DAVIS. 1310 Fst.
i'OIl INVESTM.NT-117,000 SQUARE FEE!'"
onTonnosseonvo, at 11th stn o, sowor and
water. 17Mo, worth use.
Half squaro n e, all shallow lots, high giound,
on grado. 31.000 q ft, only loo.
Nlcollttlo lot 20x80, n o. on good stroot, only
Clioloolot on N stn w, 23x07 to wldo nlloy,
nenr Scott Circle, only 82.10.
Elegant stublo loLDupont Clrolo, fronts two
(30x15 feet) paved alleys; water, sowor, gas,
All of abovo terms to suit. Also lots Just
across Boundary on small monthly raymonts.
Plonty other bargains. WM. T. OKIE,
Room 4 1331 F stnw.
ARTYN'S COMMBRCfAL COLLEGE AND
. Sohool of ToloirraDhv and Tvno-Wntlnir.
313 Oth street northwest, nenr City I'ostofilco.
"The highest standard business colleso In
America." Splendidly equipped. Tho largest
nnd most commodious building In tbo olty do
voted to business training. Catalouuos froo on
application. Colored studonts not admitted.
Francis a. Martyn, president: C, 1C Urnor, A.
M., C. E principal,
-,T. VERSOM SI'.MlNAItV, 1100, 1101,1100,
1X 1110 M street and 1123 Eloventh stroot.
llonrdlng and Day Sohool for young ladles and
llttlo girls. , ' ,
Fniirtftenth venr ortens Wodnosaav. October 3.
for reception ot boarding pupils: Thursday,
UCtoocri, lor recc-piiun oi uuj
MRS. E.J. SOMERS. Principal
mm: eeulitz school oflanuuaoi.s.
TERMS BEGIN NOW.
MISS IIAI.CH'S CIVIL SERVICE INSTITUTE
AND BUSINESS SCHOOL, 1207 10th st n
w. Open all tho ycar. Pupils prepared for all
CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT.
Classes will bo resumed In the LOWER
SCHOOLS on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13;
and In tho SCHOOL OF PHILOSOPHY on
Thursduy, September 20.
MXAMINAAIONS FOR ENTRANCE
will take place on Monday. Soptombcr 10,
TERMS-Day schoUrs, S50 yearly, payable
half-eaily In advance; half-boarders, $100;
boarders, 8300. For furthor particulars apply
to the president. nAVi;N9 mclIARD3i HiJ.
NORWOOD INSTITUTE SELECT SCHOOL
FOR GIRLS. Apply at 1407 Musi, avo.,
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. CABELL. Principals.
Pupils rocolvod nt any tlmo.
M 'DO.tALO-Kl.LlS' SCHOOL, CO US Kit 5USS.
avo and 17th st, Washington, D. 0.
Socond session, Feb. 1 1888,
Mls9 Cutohoon's Evening Travel Class will
begin Fob. 20, 1888.
The first lecture on Amorlcan Lltoraturo by
Prof. Llnooln, Feb. 14, 1888.
For information address tho principal,
MISS ANNA ELLIS.
SPENCERIAH BUSINESS C0LLEGE7
Threo ctitlro lloors. National Dank of the
ltepubllo Building, eornor 7th and lists, n.w
liny nnd ovening sestlons. Yiiung men und
vtomon nruotlcally trained for self support, mid
tisetul llvts. Ftvo courses-Tha I'ructleul Busl
nets Course, stenography, Type-Writing and
(Iruphophono, I'ltmun shorthand, Fructlcul
Ensllsh llranobes, Dclsarto School of Espres
slou. Heliolastlu year begins Monday, Septom
temberO. College opens for arrangements on
nnd after Monuuy, Auixust 27. Sendfor now Il
HENRY (!. SPENCER, LL.H.. Principal.
MRS. SARA A. 8PEN0ER. Vlce-Prlnulp.il.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
"atelckek's Hotel, """"'
W 4, ,7- e' '
WASHINGTON, 11. C.
ROOMS EN SUITE AND SINOLE.
During the past summer a new addition has
been erected ooninlulng tho most luxurious res
taurant rooms In tbo city,
no20 Urn TH. FELTER. Prop.
A IJ0115T AND KI.WAINT 11UTJSU
T. K, ROESSLK.
mm: belvedere, the lowest pr'ioe
I llrst-cluss houso lu tho city, oor, I'.i. avo.
nnd 3d st. n. w Washington, D. C. HOADLLY
& PAGE. ool7-ly
WASHINGTON, D. O
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Fire Esoapes.
TERMS-S3 .00 and 81.00 l'er Day.
iiT EUROPEAN PLAN,
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St.,
NEW YORK CITY.
TAJIKS II. lUtllSMN, I'niprletor.
OT, JAU:S HOTKL,
SIXTH bTREETAND PENNSYLVANIA AVE,,
L. tVOODBUHY, Proprietor.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE' AND
mliorseouiltles without ophiy.
JAMES F. BROWN,
Real Estate uud Loan Broker,
1100 F street porthwest.
0i nn nnn to loan on real estate
5XUVIWWU In amounts to suit.
B, II, WARNUIt & CO.,
TV,rosKr to loan on real estate on
ISA. lit t class seourllles at lowest rutos of lu
teiest. No delay whero security Is good.
MUSKY TO LOIN QNIMPlToVEDCITY REAL
estate. McLACHLAN ii IIATCIIELDEU,
1225 r st n w,
ONLY 10 LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT.
Lowest rates. No delay.
V, II. SMITH SON.
1222 F st n w.
PAIHIKS SKEKINO MFE lNYESniE.MS IN
and Local Securities will bo furnished full par
ticulars on application at our office.
Llfo and Flro Insuinnou In Dent Companies.
JL Rout Estate Broker. 0311' stnw, Room 4.
Special attention n ltd to tho oxchnugo of all
descriptions of real estate tiad personal prop
erty, mining stock, oto,
RUM. ESTATE BROKER,
l.'lll) F st, adjoining Sun Building.
Suburban property u specialty.
Grain and Stock Exchange.
STOCliS, BONDS, OIlTgRAIN AND PROVl
1 120 Pcnn, ave, u, w.
Bupnstlno Loan Olllco,
301 reiiu, Avu N. IV.
Money loaned on Gold mid Silver
Wutohes, Diamonds, Jewelry, Pistols, Guns, Ll
les' and Gentlemen's Wunilng Apparel.
Old Hold und Silver bought.
Unredeemed Pleilgos Fur Salu
PEEKLE3S DVES &Z8&8E1&
A LBAUGH'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
... , THANKsaiVINOWKKK. ,
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
GRAND EX.THAMATINBB ,,.,,, .v
Win. J, Gllraore'u Gorgoous Spcotacutar
THE TWELVE TEMPTATIOnTA
Under tho management ot Charles II. Yal.
Sea tho Laughiiblo Coupo,
Tho Trained Donkeys,
Tho Monster Dragon,
Tho Funny Bears,
Tho Judge Family., ..
Tho Brothers Savlnllla,
The Live Cockatoos,
The Exo.ullto Transformation,
Thu March of Nations,
3-lloautlfut Promlcrs 3
100 persons on tho Stags.
Noxt week MRS. POTTER.
XTEW NATIONAL THEATER.
MONDAY', NOVEMBER 20.
Houulnr Sfatlneos WcilnesdAy and Saturday,
tar-EXTHA JIAT1NES TIIANKSGIVING DAT.
Tho Eminent Tragedian.
MONDAY, DAMON AND PYTHIAS.
Tuosdny ,...., Virginia
wodnesdiiy Matlnoo..... Gaston Cadol
Wednesday Evening...., Richard 1IL
Thursday, Thanksgiving Mntlnoo Vlrglnlut
Thursduy Evening Gulbu, tho Gladiator
Friday (Hrtttlmoln 20 years) William Tell
Saturday matinee Gaston Cadol
Saturday ovcnlng Richard III .
KVANS & HOEY In A PARLOR MATCn.
THE BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
W.M, GERIOKE, Conductor,
Will alio a Series of
THREE CKAND CONCERTS,
With tho assistance of
EMINENT SOLO TALENT.
SUBSCRIPTION TICKETS, eaoh covering re-
la. oo Sa Tbr':0 Concorts' 82,co and
Tho'salo for Suliserlptlon Tickets only will
opon on WKDNhSDAY MOUNINO. NOV. in.
at J. F. Ellis & fo.'s, 0.17 Pa. avo.
BURDITT Si NORTH, Managers.
TrERNAN'S NEW WASHINGTON THEATRE
Matinees Mon., Tues., Tlmrs. and Sat.
KERNKLL'B NEW COMPANY.
FRANK BUSH, JAJIES REILLY.
3 CARNOS 3
2 DRAATZ BROS. 2
MISS LILLIAN 8ELBINI,
FRED IIUBEH AND LILLIAN ALLYNE.
MISS BEATRIX HAMILTON,
MISS ISABEL WARD. THE DARROWS,
In connection with which
JAKE KILRA1N, Champion of the World,
CHARLES MITCHELL. Champion of England.
Will appear Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
Iuclndtng Matinee Thanksgiving Day.
ARRIS' BIJOU THEATER.
WEEK OF NOVEMBER 2(1.
Matlneo3Tuo3Thurs and Sat.
Tho Most Extensive nnd Elaboratoly Staged
Operatlo Attraction on tho Road.
WILBUR OPERA COMPANY,
In tho following roperlolroof Pooulur Light
Oporus 1 Slonduy and Tnosday Evenings, " Two
Vagabonds j" Wednesday nnd Thursday Even
Ings, "I'ra Dlavolo;" I'rldny nnd Saturday
Evenlncs, "Threo Blaolt Cloaks;" Tuesduy Matl
noo, "Merry Wnri" Thursday Matlneo, "Glroll
(ilrolla;" buturday Mutluco, "Lit Mascott."
Next Woek-N. S, WOOD.
Penn. Avo., neurllthst. MatlnoosMon.
and Wed. Extra matlneo Thanksgiving Day.
This plaoo ot amusement has been thoroughly
renovated from top to bottom, and will opon
week commencing Mouday, Nov. 20, with
HARRY LA R031J and COULSON BISTERS'
Big Speolalty Company, Including
Johns. THE llhlEVUS. Luolollo
GRAND FEMALE FIRST PART.
Prices of admission:
Box seats..,.. nool Parquette OOo
Orchestra 30o Gallery,.. loo
JIONDAY NiaHTTNOVEMBER 12.
Prof. Carpenter's Scenes In Hypnutlsm. Won
derful fun. Admission 25 cents.
STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN
Leaves 7th st. Wharf dally (mcopt, Sunday) for
At 10 o'clock u. m.; returning, reaches Wash
ington about 3:30 p, in,
I USTII'S OLD STAND IS TUB ONLY PLACE
f J whero first-olnss second hand clothing can
bo sold at reipoutublo nrlees. Address or call
at (llu D street northwest,
ukvsakino3mrsTe. A. POWER, AGENT
for the Hood Muirla Scale; Instruction, VU
liberal discount to olubs of throe or more. 1018
8th st a w,
CIYII. SKK ICE BXAJDATI0NQUE3TI0NS
and answers. Send 10o to
b. W- l'LYNN, A. M , Ivy Institute,
S w oornor 8th and K sts n w.
rfuTYMinK BUTTERINtrAT 20CENTS PER
J. pound, don't get strong or rancid: keops
better than butter; satisfaction assured (all tho
year round), or, money refunded. Exclusive
control for Wasblnittoii of tho Roods wo sell.
Stalls 3W. b2t) and 330-remernber tho num
bers Ccutro Market, adjoining Golden's fish
Stalls. Open dully till 12:30; Saturday's, all
day, Also 40 1 G st n w open nil day.
Telephone, 013-2, or 00.5.
WM. O. SORIBNEU
1110 G street n w.
Bronuh Onloe, 121'J l'a. ave
Collats uud Cuffs a specialty, at 2Uo. por dozs
Shirts, loo, euch,
Goods called for unit delivered ut any part ot
(he city, '
m. R. Riley,
Corner Ninth and E Streets Northwest,
Is clotting out ull klqds of
At Very Roducod Rates.
E. G. DAYIS.
BLACK DRESS t GOODS, EMBROIDERIES,
Luces uud Trimmings,
719 Market Space, Washington, P. C.
U. S. STAMPS WANTED.
Dupurtinont btmnps, Mutch, tludlclno and en
tlrocoliectlims bought fur cash, Cull on C. 11,
MEKEI'.L. at Wlaiil's Hotel, Saturday, 21th,
from 2 to 5 p. in.
S. L. Wiiurrr, B. 11. Gwtnks
Vermont live, und T.st. n, r,
choiuoUtocerles, Meats uud Provisions.
The Best Goods ut thu Lowest Price t.
Muikutlng dullvured free,
X (SuccDssoriitoMeGlll Wltherow),
PRINTERS AND STEREOrYPERS,
1107 j: street n w, Wushington, D, 0,
GOOD WORK AT FAIR P1HUE1,
RIDER & ADDISON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
Ull i;li:lltlSt, N, IV.. neiii' l'u Av.
: Oiileisni' l'(iesls lor ijuntiitiim kIvoii per
fcoui.lattoiitlnii.imd mUUimiiluu guuiauteiiiliu
' iceuudiitulity. "