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Tire WASiiiHGdisr oiarta Wednesday evening, September 19, 18R8.
WASHINGTON CRITIC.
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EVEKY ISVENINU,
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. nALT.KT KU.llOllItN, President.
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KIOIIAKI) II. SYIA'llSTlJIl Ktlltor
WASHINGTON, SEPTEMBER 10, 188S.
Up to Inst evening tho totul number
of cases ot yellow fuvcr reported ub.Tnck
sonville was 1,'JO!!, unci tho number ot
tlcntlis ln.'l, tho proportion of ono rtcnth
to oifrlit ciiki having been pretty even
ly mistiiincri from tho otithct. It is
moro tliuit likely that pilto n number
both of owes and ilcnths linvo gono unre
ported but maybe not enough to mater
ially change the proportion.
Tho situation, however, is rapidly
becoming wnihe, the number of cases
incicnsing witli tho decrease, of popula
tion, and whero or when tho epidemic
will stay its ravages it is, of course,
impossible to predict. Tho condition of
affairs is all tho moro dcplornblo because
of tho dilllculty of obtaining experienced
and acclimated physicians to aid in tho
work ot relief, and thcro seems to bo
more or less dilllculty also in securing
the services ot enough trained and re
liable nurses.
Thcro uro thousands ot peoplo who
would willingly go to Florida to render
iiwdstonco in any capacity, but their
presence in tho fovcr-strioken districts,
even us ministering angels, would bub
make u bad mntter worse, tho chances
being that tho most of them would
soon themselves become iv burden on
tho community, requiring tho bnmo aid
that they cumo to give.
In tho menntirac, however, tho peo
plo can do, and nro ulready dolnj.'. much
towards relieving tho tremondous re
sponsibility imposed upon tho sanitary
mid municipal authorities of Jackson
ville) by their generous contributions.
Business being nlmost wholly suspended
there is great general destitution, nntl
tho city that bub two or three months
ago was rejoicing in its prosperity and
promise, is now literally dependent on
tho charity ot tho country.
That tho country will do its full duty
in tho premises is nob for a moment to
bo questioned.
Tho Mills bill is n frco trade measure.
Thnb is, ib measures off a llttlo free
trade and proposes to send ib put us u
sample for the people to try.
It is the proper thing now for poli
ticians to call n Trust a conspiracy. It
Bounds well, don't you know, with tho
suffering and oppressive voters.
Mb. Calvin S. Bmcu is a very hopo
f ul sort of a man to havo in a campaign.
Ho thinks Iowa will go Democratic. Now
if ho will proceed to think that Kentucky
will go Republican, ho will fitnko a very
fair nvorago on which to base a few moro
estimates.
The star-oyed goddess of Frco Trade
knocks the spots out of tho star-eyed
goddess of Reform in tho Louisville
Courier-Journal.
Tho Dcmocrntio Caucus has mcb and
adjourned, and tho Ontes udlournmont
resolution was voted down as intimated
in tho Crltlo that ib would be.
Mr. Oates mado an ablo argument
from his standpoint, bub tho majority
of the members present said ib would
bo bad politics, in view of tho fact that
tho Senate had announced its Intention
bo bring forth nntl pass u tarilf bill tills
ses-hion, to attempt to force adjourn
ment on the Senate.
Mr. Springer thought ib would bo a
good iuea to close up all business by
tho 27th inbtaut, and after thab date
thd House could adjourn for three days
at n timo until the Senate should bigni'fy
its intentions pf adjourning by passing
tho usual concurrent resolution.
This imposition met with moro favor
than tho one olfered by Mr. Outes, but
.without acting on it the caucus adjourned
bine die. The prevailing opinion, and
tho polioy that will probably bo pursued
by tho Democrats, ib thab after tho ap
propriation bills are finally disposed of,
the llouso will then adjourn day by day,
until called upon by the Senate to act
ou their Tarill bill, or to concur in a
resolution of final adjournment.
Tho Republican members nro not nt nil
well pleobcd with tho action of the caucus,
but about all to bo Fiiid of tlw matter
now, is that tho prospect of an curly
adjournment bus vanished.
Thcro bhould bo timo then for tho
, Iloubo to look nftor some of its unfin
ished, and very important buhiness.
Rough on victims: When yellow fever
patients get caught in New York they
don't dio in tho house.
It isn't necessary to say to tho visit
ing doctors: " Physician, heal thyself."
TUey uro already " wvll-hcclcd," and
thoy look as If they deserved 'it.
It Is rumored that nn English com
bine hub cupturit! tho two largest
h rower ca in Now York, and is now ex
tending its deadly tentacles about sim
ilar ehtahllBhmcntH in other cities, Wo
euro not who mukis our Jaws, so long
uo we can mnlco our own lugor. Down
' with Auglo-Aincrlcun beer I
Senatorial cnida testifying to Senator
ial morality read very much llko pat
out muUiolnu tostimonluls.
'J ho more wo rood tho contributions
of Senator Sheiin.tit to tho Uonmcssloiml
l;eord, the moir- aro wo convinced that
ii the Cbiongo Republican convention
aU inn mfbtaiu- nt nil, ib was In not
minanng tho Ohio Senator lor Prcsi.
.. nf Ii" is errtaiiiJy tho forempsb
i iitoKmuu ot lun party and his abilities
v $ umu' aorv, effectively und vigor.
ously pjihlbMid than they nro nt tlm
time, the weight of sixty-five veura sit
ting lightly on both head and shoulders.
"Wk vhksumi'. it is not n campaign lie,
for wo find it In tho orthodox Republi
can columns of tho Now York Press,
that Mr; Blnlno received $2,500 for his
recent arliclo In tho American Maga
zlno on "Tho President's Error."
Secretary Whitney has written n card
denying that ho is n " naval urlbtoernt,"
or words to that client, ns charged by
n newspapor correspondent. Tho Secre
tary need not lmvo troubled himself i
wo all know ho hnsn'b enough navy to
bo arlbtocratio rtbout, although ho is
doing tho very best ho can to inako the
country proud of ib.
i ii
Tf 1if. ci1f.i,1na . nnm.itilrrii 4nllf nill(l
bo reduced tho country might worry
aiong wuii uio otner surplus,
Ib is said that ub lensb n million peo
plo aro now studying Volapuk. Docs
this menu that they intend to throw
up their original Imigunges?
President Diaz recommends the for
mation ol a now extradition trcntv with
tho United States. Knowing tho rough
usago to which treaty negotiations with
other countries nro usually sublcclcd In
tho United States, Mr. Diaz must bo a
bold man.
Now thnb Mr. Cannon, of Illinois, has
lofb town thcro is no House Commlttco
on Rules left. Tho oligarchy is tempo
rarily burstcd up and scattered. Mr.
n'Nnlll. nf Missouri, rvldentlv under
stands tho situation, and if members
generally had tho simo lively apprecia
tion ot it, tho llouso of Representatives
might wrestle through with a good deal
of business yet.
Judcii: Tiiurman is coming to Wnsli
ington about October 1 on legal business,
hut if ho doesn't havo somo political
whooping to do it will bo rather
strange.
Emperor William, ot Germany, has
inhibited French bills of fare. Wo
need an Emperor William in this country.
IIo.v. Chauncey M. Dr.ruw no longer
enjoys tho exclusive distinction of being
"Tho Graugor's Friend" and "Wage
earner's Advocate" Tho Now York
Press now trots Goncral "Warner Miller
to tho front as "Tho Typical American
Laborer."
Such sunset Bplcndor as irradiated tho
western heavens last ovcnlng was novcr
surpassed by tho soft effulgent skies of
Italy. It was a sccno of beauty long to
bo remembered. Evon tho facllo pencil
of "Sunset" Cox would bo overtasked to
dopict it.
Tho salo of tickets for tho concert
to be given at tho Congregational Church
this evening for tho benefit of tho yel
low fever sufferers is something unpre
cedented in the nnnnls of charity bene
fits. Everybody can't go, "but every
body wants to buy.
Tho objecb of tho proposed Veterans'
Memorial is clearly act forth in another
column by Major Mills. Tho moro it is
understood tho better is tho project
liked.
NOTES AND GOSSIP.
Tho Harrison Vctoran Guard of Ohio
now numbors (1,113 members.
Thcro aro two larco vessels at IUclimond.
Virginia, loading with Hour for .Brazil.
VIco-1'rosldont Frank Thomson, of tho
Pennsylvania Itallroad, has returned from
Kuiopo In oxeollcnt health. "
It will cost over 87,000,000. to run tho
city government of New York this year.
Tho rato ot taxation Is 422.20 por 81,000
assosscd.
Ono of tho members of Uio luicmlju class
at tho Itonssolaor Polylocnlo Institute,,
Tioy, Now York, Is Dan Illcc, jr., son of
tho noted clrcua star.
Dulio Maximilian, of Ilavarla, now BO
years of ago, was manicd to 1'iIiicom
Louisa In 1828, and their diamond wedding
will shoitly ho colobratod.
A Wbl to Mountain stage-coach, on Its
way to tho Qlon llouso tho othor dav. was
upsot by tho wind, and after dumping Its
padEOngers Into a ravlno was blown com
pletely away.
"How may I acmilro fluency of soecchr
asks a voune man. Ho would not axle such
a question If ho had over dipped his inucll
ajo brush In an InU-well by mistake-.
Morning Journal.
Thomas Connory, who recently reigned
his position as secretary ot tho American
Legation In Mexico, will, It lb said, boon
publsh a book upon Mexico, which ho pro
paicd whllo In that country.
Many a man will not call In or ehoit
his bununcr hat on Soptembor ID this yoir.
Ho will try lo hang out two months longer,
In tho hopo of gottlng a now ono at somo
ono's oxponbo on thu strength of tho elec
tion wagor. Puck.
It Is tho Dclawaro peach growers, and
not tho doalors, who havo mado money this
yean Tho Wilmington Every Evening
gays that all tho dealers o( that city
!put togothe.0 havo not ircallzed 6500.
profit.
Dr. Tanner, tho foirnus forty-day fastor,
has a theory that man llko tho bear Is a
hlbornatlng anlui'U and capable of living
Indefinitely without tho iho of- hie lungs,
'iho Doctor pioposes liortly to inako
bomo experiments on himself In this line.
TJio now Duclios nt Marlborough wants
to glvo big cntcitalrmcntB at Blenheim
noxt winter, and recently began to nudto
ropalrs. Sho sent for a bulldor to moml tho
leaky rouf, but was sUrtlcd when tho es
timated cost of making 11 wato.'-tlght was
placed at USICO.OOO.
Thoro Is a young lady school toachur
In Ilarlam who writes verbatim reports of
Dr. Howard Crosby's sermons ontlrolv from
memory, Tho L'rlllo (N'iw York) In so
usi-nu'd by Dr. Ciosby himself, and adds
that It ki.ows another young lady who em
repeat Iho 3,000 linos nf Tennyson's "in
Muinorlam" without , prompting.
Dr. Tbos. C. Ilioaddus, resident phyr.
clan at tho Llndoll Hotel, St. Louis, has
Eono to tho yellow fjver district of Florida
in loader his medical services. Ho Is a
native of Virginia, and first had oxporlonco
with yellow fover at Ilaroelona, Spain, In
1833. Ho has sluco becmo thoroughly
fainlllaiUed with tho disease nt Now Or
leans. Tin: old pakmiiouse.
Donst not of Queen Anno cottages,
Nor of summer villas pay,
Nor yet of statelv palaoen
Whero mnrtilo fountains playj
Tha iiichltect no'cr yt designed
And design ho novcr will
Aplo bar can compart) with tho
Old farmhouse ontliu hill.
Tho millionaire In mansion grand
Own pietuios old unit raro,
Anil nil tho luxuries of wealth
Ha gathered 'round hun thoro;
In Milto of all his brio abrao
And sloro of wciiltb, 1m still
Oft thinks of tho low.KHbleU.roof
Old farmhouse on tho hill,
Ho backward (danoos and ho soos
Ills mother us the sits
Near by tlm heiu th und croon to him,
Ami deftly mends or knlia.
Again ho hears of Slnbad bold,
Andnittmitf Jnok und 0111.
Tim whllo the shrill wind whistles 'round
Tho larmlioUfO on tho hill.
Ho eus his futhor, i ravo and stern,
Hut over good .ind Just,
Again his fttv'nto maxim hears:
"In heaven put your mwt,"
And n'wi old Hover setma to hear
A-wblninitatthoMlll
1 1111 h.u may J"1" 'bo group within
Iho farmhouse on tho hill. -
Ankausav&f'raYeller,
ClUTK'UbAIt.
If tho Coract is bound to visit tho earth,
wouldn't It bo a good Idoa to nppolnt a Re
ception Comcico to tnlto caro of it,
"Knot ready," said tho sheriff at a hang
ing. "Not ready," echoed tho criminal, and down
ho went.
A teamster Is f.omotlmcs a gco-nlus.
First Lady : I understand Miss Do Vcro has
gono on tho stage. t
Second Lady : Oh, yes, sho has been beforo
tho public a year.
First Lady : Has sho mado any reputation t
Second Lady s Bomo I pcrsumo, but not
nearly as much as sho has lost.
Tim Washington n. n. o.
Something has dropped on this strango club of
ours;
Tired of gathering tho thorns, not tho
flowers,
Tired ot lingering whoro no runs aro mado,
Wucro on each gnmo defeat must bo laid;
Vear with mingling life's bitter nndswcot,
Weary with playing and novcr to beat,
Somo ono has culled tho turn on tholr fame,
King tho boll softly, our club wou n game I
"Daniel," remarked tho President last ovcn
lng, as ho sat on tho verandah nt Oak View
and gazed out into tho distant dark-bluo Holds
of tho sky, whoro tho flowers of tho night
budded and blossomed and faded as tho hours
enmo and went.
"Yes, slro," responded Daniel, In tho rapturo
of tho time,
"Have you observed that tho great comet of
1883, recently discovered, has been named tho
Cleveland Coract?"
"Yes, sire," murmured Da'nlol, soft and
low.
"And, Daniel, It attains its greatest billllanco
November 0,"
"So I havo observed, slro, by tho papers."
"But, Daniel" and tho President modestly
hung his head "I am not tho head of tho
only ticket in tho field. Why do they call it
thoClovclaudComot?"
"Sire," rospouded Daniel, in dreamy
thoughtlessness, "don't you know how much
moro tall thcro Is to a comet than thcro is
comet to a tall ?"
"Tumi twilight let her curtain fall and
pinned It with a star."
SPECIAL NOTICES.
ftgCfSfcOFFICE OP THE COMMISSION! It
H2 or the District or Cot.ujiniA,
Auirust US, 188S.
Tho Commissioners of tho Dlstrtot of Colum
bia having heretofore given notlco of a pro
poed widening of Columbia road from Nine
teenth street extended to Houndary street, ac
cording to a pint or man thorcof prcparod by
tho survovor and filed In this office, und tho trus
tees of tho estate of Ooorgo llaty 13, nko, de
ceased, Imvluc objeotnil to enld route, and sug
gested another In lieu thereof, and flvo dlsoieot,
disinterested men having boon appointed In nu
cordanco with section '25.1 of thoHovlsed Stat
utes nt tho United States rolntlng to tho District
of Columbia to oxamlno nil proposed routes and
report mich ono as thoy Bhould doom most feas
ible und advantageous to tho District; and tho
said Ilvo porsons having roportcd to
tho said Commissioners n routo In
conformity to tha plat thereof propared
and filed In this office notlco U hereby glvon
that said aforesaid highway will bo widened ac
cording to said plats aforesaid, and all persons
who havo objections theroto and Intend
to claim damsges, nro called upon to attond
nt this offlco at 1:110 o'clock p. m. on tho
20TIIOP SEPTKMHKH NEXT, at which timo
tho CommHsloners will glvo hearing to nil per
sons in Interest.
WILLIAM I). WE11H.
SAMUEL E. WIIEATLET,
C1IAHLES W. ItAYMuND,
Commissioners of tho District of Columbia.
$i5?,;
SPECIAL NOTICE!
WASHINGTON SCIIUETZEN VEEEIN.
Tho AUTUMNAL FESTIVAL ot tho 17th and
18th Instants has been postponed to MONDAY
nnd TUESDAY, Sept. 24 and 25 next, on ac
count of tho luclomenoy of tho weather.
By ordor of tlm Executive Commlttco.
KEINHOLD SPEINQSOUTII.
Secrotury.
20 PEU CKNT. OFF
ALL CASH SALES.
During Improvements will sell my on
tiro stock of Wntohos. Diamonds. Ster
ling Sllvor nnd bllvor-IMnted Wnro,
Clocks, Bronzes, Opera-Glusscs, etc., etc.,
at a discount of 20 por cont.
FRANK M. LEWIS.
1215 Pn. avOj
YTr-CfcuOIlOGAN'S INSTALLMENT HOUSE.
Hva Having romoved to my Now Storo,
700 ..nd7.11 Sovonth st. n. w
I am propared to sod ohcapor than any other
credit houso In tho olty. Our stock of CAH
PETS. OILCLOTHS, MATTINGS, IlUOS,
TtKATING AND COOKINO STOVES, PAULOU,
DEDIIOOM. DINING-ItOOM AND KITCHEN
FURNITURE: Is complete, and will be sold on
Credit ohcapor than they can bo toA clsowhero
for cash. Como und soo us and you will bo sat
lfled that
GROGAN'8, 730 and 711 7th st. n. w.,
IS THE PLACE TO DEAL.
All Carpets bought from us wo will inako nnd
lay on tho floor free of cost.
ttrC?.l,INZT'S
ltll.M'SODlKS llONdllOISK
rcs in loo musio. ana many
In lOo music, and many other
choice pieces ut 6c. ut HENRY WJIITE'.S
Now Muslo Store, 005 7th st. n. w.
Call or
scna lor caiaiocues.
VfrtZpa.F. II. SMITH.
VKST" MERCHANT TAILOR,
Romoved from 1301 Est. to 6031.1th n. w., cor-
cr II st. Workmanship and fit guaranteed,
USSr
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
W. H. MORRISON,
HOOE BUILDING,
1331 F STREET NORTHWEST.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
JfCSS.PAINTUnS-WM. E. SPALDING & CO.,
HaS 022 12th st. n. w., nour F st.
Estimates Furnlshod For All Kinds of Work.
JOBBINO AND GLAZING.
iftGpa.NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY TOUR
oCa coal for tho full and winter. WM. E.
HODGE, wholusalo and retail dealer In Wood
and Coal. Bottom prices. Full weight and
measure All under shelter. Glvo mo u trial,
onicoand yard: Tweltth, botweon Rand S sts.
u. w. Tolephono connection,
VNgpLOVEHS OF GOOD BREAD SHOULD
WHITE LILY
Tho best flour In the world.
Mado by
C.W. CISSELL CO.,
Proprietors of tho Original Roller Mills,
Ooorgolown, D. 0.
yfKSSaTIIE TORONTO TYPE-WRITER
tiwr. peod contest for tho ohumplondhlp
of tho world wus won by tho Callgruph Typo
Writer, at 120 words per mlnutti; typu-wrllers
sold, rented nnd repaired nnd satisfaction guar
anteed ut tho authorized Callgruph Ofllcc, 1200
Fst n. W. NEWMAN & SHERIDAN.
General Agents,
VhSikTHE ECONOMY GAS COOKING
V! Stoves havo tho nest reputation. Our
sales noarly double oui'h your on thulr merits.
HAYWARDA HUTCHINSON. Bun.hon's Hos
ton Polish for Floors and Furniture. 4210th
tt. cnolco 1'nrcoinlns, etc., for presents,
tfrSOUTHEHN INVESTMENTS IN COAL,
WlOU Iron und Timber Lands.
A, E. RANDLE bogs to call thu special atten
tion of persons duslrlng to acquire tuioli prop
erty In hirg or sumll truots at tlio very lowt
prices. Full particulars ou application, Ad
dross 303 7th St., n. w., Wuslilurftou, I), C,
K55a.PHILIP T. HALL,
1S uo8 F street n. w
Mnkt'M a speolulty of custom-mnilo shirts, so
place your order with him at once.
VACTW. 0. METZEROTT CO., MUSIO
K'uAk Hosiers havo r-moved from Ponnsyl
anl.t uvouuo to their unr building, mo F st n
w, ihrro doors wut of W, II .Moses & Sonc,
Olltultlind inn.Ht nv)nn4lv0 inllRln n.tiililUliTiiitnt.
I lu tho city.
SPECIAL NOTICES,
?55j,TH15 WAStHNOTaN AUCIHTKOTU
WJSaf RAL IRON AND IIRIUOK. WORKS.
..WORKS, fornor of Water nnd !12d 8troK
Washington. D. t Telephono 011, 128 !).
Roofs, llrldgus, Tuni-Tablo, oto. Rolled Iron
rind Stool Ileum". Clmtinols, Anglos, oto. Cast
ings of every description, ornmnontnl Cnst nnd
ronght-Iron Work a BDoolalty. PUns, Lstl
motes ami Strnln-Shcets ininiptljr furnished on
application, .special facilities for Ho.ivy Cast
ings, Capaolty of work", 5.000 tons peraunum.
EDWARD L. DENT, M. K.,
Owner and U-ueral Manager,
tJtrSSj.OVKHCOATS I OVERCOATS ! - THE
$& Now York Wat jIi Club Co. Is forming
clubs for flno overcoats nt wholesnlo mniuifuo
tntlug prices on weekly pajments of $1 cuoh.
Great reductions In wntehos nnd Jowolry. Ham
plos can tn Rpon nt tho oflleo of
THE NEW YORK WATCH CLUB CO.,
01 7Ftt n. w.
VrSa,NEW MUSIC STOUIl.-ALli KINDS OF
KKS, sheet Muslo und Muslo Books; all tho
fie and lOo muslo published. HENRY WHITE,
005 7th st. n w, opposlto Patent Ofllooj
WrfSUAViNO INCREASED FACILITIE)!
H for Iho manufactory and dollvnry of
Confcotlonory. Foreign and Domestic FrtilM,
etc., orders will bo dollvcrcd promptly. Per
sons wMilngordors for leo Crenms, Custards,
Ices, Chariotics, cto., for Sundiiy will ploaoo
leavo tholr orders as early Saturday ns con
vcutciit. GEORGE W. WKIDMAN,
1)03 Pa. avo. s. o.
.IlAV!Nn
RECENTLY PURCHASED
yS tbo esttbllshmcnt of 8. K.
Matlock.
025 and 031.G st. ti. w.( I am propared to no
commodnto tho public with nil kinds of ovcnlng
driving vehicles nt short notlco and on most
rcHsonublo forms; particular attention given to
boarding horses aud on tho tnot rcasonsblo
terms. R.J. BROOKE,
TelephonO call 030-2. Proprietor.
tfrGpF0R GOOD-FITTING GARMENTS
WvSr GO TO
WILLIAM HAKT,
Cornor Oth and 0 sts a w.,
Under National Ilotol.
VMSSbOFIICE OF
VJV'fflr II. II. EVA!
IVANS. 1321F(tnw.
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR ALL
STATES AND TERRITORIES.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Telephone 1)53-3. Hours from U to 4:30.
Yfr5it,CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE NA
WS tlonal Domooratlo Campaign Fund
will bo received at ROOMS 10 and 11, Corcoran
building, dully. Olllco hours from On. m. too
p.m. CIIAS.TlIOMPSJON.Jii.,
Of Advisory Board, National Dcmocrntio Com
mittee. VQSfcLADIES CAN HAVE THEIR FELT
WS& huts pressed In tho now Fall stylos.
Don't forgot, number, Whiting's Uleachlng nnd
Millinery Establishment, 518 Tenth street
northwest.
5s.C0NTRACT0nS AND BUILDERS CAN
Kr buy Lntrobes, Ranges and Furnaces
at low prices at
GEO. B. GARTRELL'S.
8157th st II w,
Latrobos, Funiaco and Roof repairing promptly
dono.
ttjgga.MOORE & SCHLEY,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
20 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK.
MEMBERS OF THE NEW YORK STOCK EX
CHANGE, PRIVATE WIRE CONNECTIONS WITn COR
RESPONDENTS AT
BOSTON, CHICAGO,
PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE,
WASHINGTON, D. 0., RICHMOND, VA.
Correspondents In Washington,
CORSON & MACARTNEY,
1410 F STREET
WKnsIlKALTIlFUL FEET, ETC.
W2 Dr. White's establishment. 1410
Pennsylvania avo opposlto Wlllaru's Ilotol.
Corns, romoved without pain. Bunions, dls
onsed nails and all dlsonscs of tho feet success
fully treated. Forty fifth year of practice;
twenty eighth In Washington, I). C. A largo
patronage enublcs charging tho modornto fee of
SI a sitting for putting tho feot In order;
l&LS'
U1TAI1LK
COOPERATIVE BUILDING ASSOCIATION,
"EQUITABLE BUILDING," 1003 F ST.
ASSKTS-S885.740.02.
Offlco hours from 0 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. On tho
first Wednesday In each month tho oflloo will bo
open from 0 to 8 o'olook p. in. Advancos will
bo mado promptly at 7 o'clock.
Subscriptions for shares In tha 15th Issuo re
ceived dully at tho offlcn'of tho Association,
Equltablo Building, 1003 Fst.
Shares aro $2.50 per month.
S1,0()0 advanced on caoti share.
Pamphlets explaining tho objoot and advan
tages of thq Association uro lurnlshod upon
application.
THOMAS SOMERVILLE, Prosldent.
JNO. JOY EDSON, Secretary.
PROPOSALS.
P ItOPOSALS FOR GRANITE PAVING
Blocks. Oflloo of tho Commissioners, Dis
trict of Columbia, Wushlnglou. I). 0 , Soptembor
10, 1888. Sealed proposals will bo rocolvcd at
this otlico until 12 o'elook m., on sviturday, Sep
tember 20, 1888, for furnishing 000,000 (iranlto
Paving Blocks. Blank forms of proposals and
specifications can bo obtained nt this ofilco,
togo'her with nil necessary Information, and
bids on these forms onlv will ho considered.
Tho right Is reserved lo roject. nny nnd nit bids,
or pit ts of bids. WILLIAM II. WEBB. S E.
WHKATLEY, C. W. RAYMOND, Commission
ers, D. C. bopll) Ot,
OFFICE OP TIIECOM)IINMO.MillS OF THE
District of Columbia, Wui-hington, Sopt?m
bor 18, 18h8. Soaled proposals will bo ro
ccivod nt this office until 12 o'clock, m,, on
WEDNESDAY, September 2(1, 1888 for con
structing a two-sloty 8 room school building,
fronting ou Fifth street, botweon Virginia avo
mio und G streots southeast, onMoU 15 and 1U,
square 823.
Blunk forms of proposals nnd specifications
togotlmr with nil ncuessurv Infoirautlou, can bo
obtained upon application therefor, ut tho ol
lleoot tho lnpentor of llulldlngot tho District
of Columbia, und only bids upon these forms
will boeonsldcrod.
Tho right Is reserved to reject nny nnd all
bids. WM.B. WEI1I1.
SAM'L E. WHKATLEY,
CI1AS. W.RAYMOND.
So 10 Ot Commissioners 1). C.
DENTISTRY.
DH.N.T.JIAMIN, DENTIST, FORMERLY OF
4V6st, hasiemovcd his ofilco to 1201 Pa
avo, corner 12th st. Coealno und gas given,
DR. STARR PARSONS, DENTIST,
Oth st, cor E n w.
First olnas filling n specialty. Aching tooth
saved. A local auiesthutlo used on tnoguum al
leviates tlio pain of extracting.
fK. J.A.M'l.kA.M, DENtTsT
XJ 720 14th stnw.
First-class work nt moderato prions. Gold and
Amalgam Filling, Artificial Vwns porm.i
lirntlvuttnohcd to roots. Gold-lined Rubber
Plates; satisfaction guaranteed. Gcutlq treat
ment assured.
JOB PRINTING.
-yrroii. in mix,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
30S 7th st h w.
rpllOHASMMUM.AfO.
J (Successors to McOlll Wlthorow),
PRINTERS AND SI'EREOTYPERS,
1107 K street a w, Wushlngton, I). C.
GOOD WORK AT FAIR PRICES.
P 0. FOLKI.fllOlt.N,
HOOK, J011 AND POSTER PRINTER,
032 und (13 1 1) etroot n w.,
I Neur Corner7th st
ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS.
rpill'S OUALI'ONTJJ.
Thoroughly heated, Hot and cold sea-water
baths, Bxtonslvu sun galleries, Elovator, Opuu
Fubruary to Ootober.
E. ROBERTS SONS.
PAWNBROKERS.
Burnstlno Loan Oliice,
IHll I'niMi. Avo N. Y.
Money loaued ou Gobi and Sllvor
Watches Diamond, Jowlry, Pistol", Guns, La
los' und lloiilloiiH'ii's Wealing Appurol.
Old Gold und Hilv, r bouglit.
Unrcdeeimd Pledges Fur riidu
New Fall Woolens.
Our stock of Fall and Winter Woolens Is now
ready.
Wo are showing this season Iho largest and
best selected stook In thu oltv. Tiillor-inado
suits from $25 upward. Wo Invito coinpurlsoii,
HARBAN 8l BENNETT,
ldlO Jflo-wr JToarac ."vo.
EXCURSIONS.
"STARHIIALli HALL.
faTEAMER UVW. CORCORAN
Lcavos nt 10 n. in. for Marshall Hall, reaching
Washington at 4 p. ra.
SUNDAYS
Steamer W. W, Corcoran will mako two trips
to Marsh!! llnll during tho summer month.
leaving nt 10:30 n. m., 2:30 p. m,, nnd 5:30
p. m., reaching Washington nt 2;15 and 0:30
j). m.
rf7To occommodnto tho public, on Friday,
ibily (1, nnd ovory Friday thoroaftor during tho
summer months, tho steamer will mako two
trips to Marshall Hall, leaving nt 10 n, m. and
0:15 p. in., and reaching tho city at 4 p. ra. and
10 30 p. m.
First class entering In dining room nt tho Hall.
Lunch, coffee, milk, buttermilk, loo, fruit, etc.,
supplied excursionists.
FARE, ROUND TRIP, 23 CENTS.
rpilE SEW STEAMER OKCIl.E,-THATWILL
JL nccommodato 200 peoplo, makes hourly
trips to lloltzman's nnd Upper River bindings
from 0 nmto 10 pm. Round 'trip, 15o, All
kinds ot plcasuro boats for hlro at tho samo
wharf.
JOSEPH PASSENO, 3131 Water st.
M
'X MOUNT VERNON I
MUUisr viiiinuni
STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN
Leaves 7lh-st. Wharf dallv (except Sunday) for
MOUNT VliRNON
At 10 o'olook n. m.j returning, roaohss Wash
ington about 3:30 p. m.
OUTRKlOEItl. HAIL AND ROW BOATS FOR
hire. HAYNOR'S, foot Will st. s. w.
VALLKV F0IH1E ASH HIXH-rjIAKES iriltTltl.Y
trips to Holtzmun's, Dlxlo nnd upper river
landing-. First tilp, 1) a. m.; Inst, 10 p.m.
Hound-trip, 15o. Pleasure boats of nil kinds
forhliontbnat-houso. JOHN CUMBERLAND
&, SUN, foot of II st. n. w., and foot of High st.
n, w. Telephono call, 503-2.
HOt FOR OllEAT FALLS AND CABIN JOHN
Bridge. Steam Pnokot Excelsior makes
regular trips on Sunday, Monday. Wednes
day and Friday, leaving High street and Canal,
Georgetown, ut 8 n, m.
Fnro, 50o. round trip.
PERSONAL.
THE KARATOOA 01(1 F ST. N. W.-A SE
LECT FAMILY HOTEL. Aftentlvo sorvioo.
Excellent tablo. Lowest rates In tho city.
DU1S)I AKINfl-MHS. E. A. TOWER, AGENT
for tho Rood Maglo Sonlo; lnstruotlon, 85;
liberal discount to olubs of threo or moro. 1018
8th st n w.
rpilE W0.1IA.VS DAILY TKIUUSE FOR SALE
X by T. S. Kolly, 1451 Qstn w; prloo 40 conts
per sot, delivered la any part of tho olty.
F
IHSr.CLANI 3IEALS FOR 250. BELL'S
International Dlnlnr und Lunch Rooms.
340 Pa avou w. Board nnd rooms, 51 and $1.50
per d ay. .
JOR SALE-STOCK, FIXTURES AND GOOD
: will of Groenry Storo. Apply on promlsos,
corner 12th and Boundary sts n w.
DTufllAliirRoftEltTN h7sreturned TO
tbo olty and will bo found at her ofilco,
cornor 5th nnd 0 sts s o.
"miiK would no movf."IIremembkr"
L tho "Terrestrial Clock." RAMSAY has
ait tlio prices; witches cleaned, SI: first-class
mainsprings, warranted ono year, SI: all olook
and Jowelrv work at tho lowest prices In tho
city; wo defy competition. 122-1 F st n w.
rpiiY our iiuttkrim;, AT 20 cents ter
J. pound, don't got strong orrunold; kcops
better than butter; satisfaction assured (all tho
year round), or monoy lefuudeii. Exclusive
control for Washington of iho goods we sell.
Stalls 3'J8, 3211 nnd OUO-retnombcr tho num
bers Centre Mnrkof, adjoining Goldon's fish
stalls. Open dally till 12:30; Saturday's, all
day. Also 401 G st n w., opon nil day.
Tolephono, 013-2, or 00-5.
WM. 0. SORIDNER
F
iHTJ ACRKS FRESH PASTURAGE AT SI
per month for horses, ut Carloton Mills.
noar Bladensburg. W. W.JACKSON.
BOO COLLARS ENGRAVED AND RAZORS
sharpened froo. WALFORD,
jl87 Piuivon w. it
C0NST1PATI0S CURED BYTAKINO CLARK'S
Constipation Curo; no mercury; purely
vegetuble. Agenoy, WARE'S Ebbltt llouso
Drug Storo.
ITIKnilAYED PLATE, 1; PRINTING 50 VIS
It ltlng cards from same, 45c; printing 100
visiting cards from tho same, 75o; lithograph
check books mado to ordor.
J. I.. KERVAND, 1012 Pa avo nw.
-VTEW YORK IMELLIOENCE OFFICE AND
JLN Room-Rontlng Agency First-class holp
for hotels and prlvuto families. Call at ofilco,
OOlGstnw.
0RASI1PKRI0R 15 OR 25-URNT MEAL GO
JJ to tho LE DROIT DINING ROOMS; olnm
soup Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 812
Fstn w.
0
lIVIIi SERVICE EXAMINATION QUESTIONS
Ullll UlllWt'IS. DUJIU J.UO HI
S. W. FLYNN, A. M . Ivy Institute,
S w cornor 8th and K sts n w.
TVXAIUME E. ARIIENNE.THE CELEURATED
XtX Palmist and Clairvoyant, gives llfo
chart, names In full; lovo uffalrs a spoolalty;
charms for all affairs of llfo. 1112 G st n w.
DR. HUNTER'S I1L001) PILLS CUIsllLOOD
Impurities In ull Its forms nnd singes;
scrolula, eczema nnd skin diseases speedily
cured. Also excellent for urinary and kidney
dlseuios. Price SI. For gulo atSTANDIFORD'S
Pharmacy, Oth and.F n. w. Opon all night.
TEOV. LAUS11RY,
1110 G strcot n w.
Brnnoh Ofilco, 1212 Pa. avo
Collars and Cuffs a specialty, at 20c. por doz;
Shlits, lOo. eaoh.
Goods called for and dollvorcd at any part of
thu city.
STEAMBOATS.
ITWK.MHlFOLK, OLD FOIIU' AM) THE SOUTH.
StoatnerOEOHOE LEARY leavea Washington
Monday, Wednesday und Friday, iit.5 p. in.
Steamer LW)Y OF THE LAKE, Tuesday,
Thursday und Saturday, at 5 p. in., from Sixth
Streot ,Whii rf.
Steamer Leary lands at Plnoy Point going und
returning.
Lmty of tho Lako hinds ut Cornfield Harbor
and Colonial Reach on Saturdays. Steamer
irnm Washington dully. Including Sundays, until
further notice. Sunday nt 0 p. in.
Fnro, Saturday oxourslon, return Monday 7
a. m., S3 round trip.
C sections mado nt Norfolk with Old Do
minion steamship Company lor Now York.
Knox n"d Lloyd Kxprosswill call nnd chock
baggage ut hotels und private residences.
Tolephono call Lcary, 715 3, Mosoloy, 01.
Furu, 82.
W. P. WELCH, Supt. I1. S. Co.
GEO. P. PHILLIPS. Supt. I. A S. C. Co.
11
UHEOFRHmi
THE LIGHT-RUNNING
N EiA HOME
SEWING MACHINE
Has attained n dogrco of popularity and achieved
a reputation it" unprecedented ns It Is woll mer
ited. It Is tho perfection of mechanism for
Hemming, Felling, Trimming, Binding, Cording,
Bruldlng, beaming. Hemitllchlng Quilting,
Tucking, Darning, Fringing, Rutlllng, Embroi
dering and Button liolu mailing. Cull nnd seo
tbo nxuulslto samples of work. Old machines
of nil kinds lull en In exchange In part payment
of Now Homo nt
Oppenheirner's New Building,
514 Ninth Street N. W.
In our Ropulr Department wo havo facilities
by which wo can repair Sewing Machines of alt
kinds at very shoit notlco
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Wo rept sowing Muehlnos of ull kinds by tho
week or mouth,
WOOD AND COAL.
V. Baldwin Johnson,
Wholesale und Retail Deulerln
"VvTooca. axxcL OoaiX.
Complete Facilities. Bottom Prices.
Full Weight nnd Mojiurd
Wood nnd Coal direct from tha forests und
mlnosbyriill und water, und froo from slag,
shi.o and other Impurities,
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
Main Yurd and Ofilco, 1101 R. I. avo. n. w.
Brunch " " 511 A st, n.o.
Brunch " " 511) Ufist. 11. w.
Ilruneh ofilco for orders, corner Ninth nnd N. Y,
11 vu 11. w.
Branch oflloo for orders, corner 1:1th and M sts
11. w.
All connected by tolephono,
STATIODEilY.
RIDER & ADDISON,
Wholesale und Rotiill Dealer.! In
PAPER, BLANK B00K3 AND STATIONERY,
311 KlKlitll bt. N. AV., iiimr P11. Avo.
Ouloi-iiur lwiuests tor ipHituttons glieu per
Huial utlentloji. unit i:uilluutluumiuruiiiuud ui
ptlco mid ipiallty.
AMUSEMENTS.
"jSTKW HATIOKAL THEATRE.
T.P.
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T. P.
T. P. THATCHER, PRIMROSE A WEST,
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Introducing tho
SIIAKSPEAHIAN FIRST PART,
THE GRAND REVIEW.
"MUSIC HATH CHARMS,"
THE BROTHERS BYRNE,
To-night and Saturday Mntlnce,
Noxt Wcok-"TIIE TWO SISTERS." a now
av. hv l)nnmin Thnmnson ntnl GcorsO
play,
Ryer
Iyer, authors of "THE OLD HOMESTEAD."
A
Liuumi'.s (Irani) opera-house.
Every Evening. Matlnco Saturday.
Owing to tho longtli of tho norformnnco tho
Ovorturo will bogln nt7;45. Curtain
will rlso at 8 precisely.
Mr, Albaugh has secured, after months of pro-
paratlun, a grand production and revival
of Shnkspoaro's spectacle,
KA MIDSUMMER HIGUT'S dream
AT A COST OF 810,000,
To ho presented In a magnificent manner with
NEW SCENERY,
NEW COSTUMES,
NEW PROPERTIES.
An Excellent Chorus of Adults and Children,
Augmoitcd Orchestra, Numorous Auxiliaries,
nnd a strong cast of Opotatio and Drnmatlo Ar
tists, tho whole making tho Most Magnlllcont
Representation over given of this pluy In
America.
Notwithstanding tho enormous oxponso at
tending this production, thoro will bo nond
vnneo In prices,
Noxt Wook-TIIE RUL1N0 PASSION.
H
ARRIS' BIJOU THEATRE.
WEEK OP SEPT. 17.
MATINEES ON TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND
SATURDAY.
Tho only production of Its kind In America. A
tremondous success. Tho beautiful
nnd picturesque play,
BEicorer XjIgkectb.
Magnificent Troplcnl 8concs. Elaborato Ap
pointments. Popular prlocs us Usual.
Noxt Wcck-"COLD DAY CO."
-pnoF. siikliios's dam;ino ajaih:jis,now
L open for tho recoptlon of pupils Mondays,
Wodnosdavs and Satutdays. Call or solid lor
olroulnrs, 1001 Fst. n.w.
B75TTL.B OFa SHILQH
OPEN
FROM 9 A. M. to 10 P. M.
Two blocks south of Treasury Building.
a
CIESTIFIU ASD EFFECTIVE HPAERINO.
Tho most benofiolal ot all oxcrolsos taught by
Prof. J. 0' Collins. Lessons In dumb bolt nnd
Indian club oxorclsos taught. Prof. Collins will
also glvo Natural Magnotlo Treatment at his
residence 700 2d st n w.
EDUCATIONAL.
rnilK NATIONAL UKIYEB8ITX LATT SCHOOL.
T
Will rcopon In tho Now Building, No.
1000 E 'street northwest,
Washington, D. C
MONDAY, OCTOBER, 1, 1888,
at 7 o'clock p. m.
Students Intending to cntor can ap
ply to
EUOENE D. CARUSI, Esq.,
Secretary,
No. 1008 F street northwest,
Washington, D. C.
Send for catalogue
eo2,lmo
SHORTHAND P.EVOLUTIOMZKD ACME
Phonography. A now era In iho urt. Taught
In 10 simple losons. Protlclonoy In 3 months.
CLASSES NOW FORMING.
Tuition by mall a spcolnlty. Cull or sond for
Prospectus. WASHINGTON SCHOOL,
solo lm 021 F st. n. w.
niHE BERLITZ hCIIOOL OFLASUUAOES.
TERMS BEGIN NOW.
723 UTn ST. N. W.
MISS BALCIPS CIVIL SERVICE INSTITUTE
AND BUSINESS SCHOOL, 1207 10th st n
w. Opon all tho your. Pupils prepared for ull
examinations. ,
aEOUUETOWN UMVERKITT.
(Established 1780.1
CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT.
Classes will bo rosumed In tho LOIVKR
SCHOOLS on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13;
and lu tho SCHOOL OF PHILOSOPHY on
Thursday, Soptombor 20.
EXAMINAAION FOR ENTRANCE
will take pinco on Monday, Soptombcr 10,
TERMS Day scholsrs, S50 yearly, payable
hall-yearly lu advance; half-boarders, S100;
board ors, $300. For further particulars apply
to tho president,
J. HAVENS RICHARDS. S.J.'
M
EPICAL DEFAHTJIEJiT.
GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY,
WA&lHiSUTUN, 11. U,
Tho fortieth session ot this Medical College
wl 1 begin on MONDAY, October 1, 1888. In tho
now uud well equipped . col logo building, II
street, between Oth uud 10th streots.
For announcement and furthor particulars ad
dress G. L. MAGRUDER, M. D.. Dean,
815 Vermont avo.
M'POXAI.n.t:i,LlS' SCHOOL, CORNER MASS.
avo and 17th st, Washington, D. C.
Second session, Feb. 1, 1888,
Miss Cutnhcon's Evening Travol Class will
begin Fob. 20, 1888,
Tho first lecturo on Amorlcnn Lttcraturo by
Prof. Lincoln, Fob. 1-1, 1888.
For Information address tho principal,
MISS ANNA ELLIS
SPEHCERIAN BUSINESS "COLLEGE,
Throo ontlro floors. National Bank of tho
Republlo Building, cornor 7th nnd D sts. n.w
Day nnd evening sessions. Young men and
women prnetloally trained for self-support, nnd
useful lives. Flvo courses-Tho Practical Uusl
ncss, Course, Stouography, Typo-Wrltlng Hnd
Gruphophono, Pitman Shorthand, I'rnotlcal
Eugllsh Brunches, -Dolsnrto School of Expres
sion. Setiolastlo year begins Monday, Septcm
tcmbcrO. College opens lor arrangements on
nud nrtorMonuuy, August 27. bend for now il
lustrated Kiinouuoemonl.
HENHf C. SPENCER, LL.Ii., Prlnolpal.
MRS. SARA A. SPENCER, Vlco-Prlnclpal
ST. CECELIA'S ACADEMY. (101 EAST CAP!
tol St.. reopons MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 3.
No oxtra ohurgo for Insi ructions lu plain sow
ing, fancy work und pollto doportment.
Aoadoiulu courso for young ludlos desiring a
moro llnlshod educuth.n. Preparatory classes
thoroughly ttiilncdlnthofuudameutal brandies.
.Mufclo, I'Tonchund painting classes for ladies
not attending thu school,
ACAIIEMl OF THE HOLY CROSS, MASSAOHU
petls avenuo, will reopen MONDAY, Sep
tember 0. Special uttoution will bo given to
tlio organ, piano, harp, guitar nud banjo; also
to perspective drawing, painting In oil. water
colors und luUin. Gold medals anil diplomas
uwnrded to graduates In tho academic cour.n),
of which tbo higher mathematics forms a lead
ing feature. Plain towing, fancy work nnd tho
languages taught without extra charge,
MRS COMMEeCIHL COLLEGE,
AMISIHOOLOF TLLKORAl'RY ANI1TVPE
WKITIMI, 3138IXTII STREET NORTHWEST,
Near City Postoflloo,
Reopens SEPTEMIIEIt 10. Colored students
not udinlttod. FRANCIS G. MARTVN. Pres
ident; (i. K. URNER. A. M.O. IS.. Prlnolpal: J.
C. WEEDON, Asslstunt; MISS if. B, WEIR.
Typo-Wrltlug.
XI.Pl(!,LANI DOTAL IIEFARTJIEKT.NA.
111. tlonul University. Ttiu 111 r li annual
cotino or lectures will begin MONDAY, October
1, lhBrt, und terminate April 30, 18HU.
For announcement anil Information upply to
11,11. BARKER. M. 1).. Dunn,
illll Hetliw.
Tolophono, No. 7
N0II1) (HID 1.8TITUTE-8ELK0T SCHOOL
FOR GIRLS. Apply ut 1 107 Muss, uvo.,
Mr, uiu .Mrs. W. D. 0AII1JLL, Principals, Fi r
hummer Board uud Tuition uddress MRS, S, W.
DALSEV, Norwood, Vu.
Sl'hO ALL MlJlMKEr-AOADKJIY OF FINE
ARTS, 801 E St., presided over by .MRS.
WliNE R. MOIIRKLL, who has had two vu
tneduls und studied 15 U'uts In Kuropu with thu
mot celebrated uilhtu. To pi event children
forming cnrolusM habits of drawing, ihoy will bo
iccclved Mitunluy, at t yours of ago and up
wmd for ulinokt nothing, lustruutiou lu ovory
branch of tirt,fiom Drawing of ull kinds to
roriinlts mid lllst"rleul Pulntlng. Kventiu
classes lor ludlos nud geutlemun, Mondays nnd
Weduoxluys ut 7 o'clock.
PEERLESS im-8
Aim inv .
uouiinrUuvutiuib.
AMUSEMENTS.
JJOHE
AGAIN
FROM FOREION TRIUMrilSI
AMERICA'S
Eqttnlllng National Recognition,
NATIONAL ENTERTAINMENT,
BUFFALO BILL'S
1MILD iiTTaSTl
COLONEL W. V. CODY
And his
EPITOME OF WESTERN HISTORY.
Tho Sensation of Two Continents, with thi
Civilized World's Enthuslastlo In
dorsement nt
THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE, LONDON,
Whoro was assomblcd tho Royalty, tho Nobility,
tho Lltcrattl, tho World of Politics and
Art, tho Princes of tho Earth. I ho
Princes of Commorco and Mil
lions of tho Populace from
nil parts of tho
universe,
Forming a Grand Connoisseur Conolnvo In Judg
ment, pronouncing It tho novel
ENTERTAINMENT OF THE CENTURY.
Interesting, Enjoyable, Instructive, Educa
tive. Two soasons In Now York nnd ono In London.
Larger Grcator Grander
Than Evor.
This natlvo exhibition will appear nt tho
Gentlemen's Driving Park
(Near Washington).
SIX AFTERNOONS AT 3:00.
COMING MONDAY, SEPTEMBKR21.
Ton thousand oxtra seating capacity crootod.
ADMISSION ONLY 50o
CHILDREN , !J3fl
H-HOSftCTO GET THBRBW
Trains direct to GENTLEMEN'S DRIVING
PARK leavo SIXTH STREET DEPOT 12, 12:30,
1, 1:30. 2. 2:30, 3 p, m; returning, loavo Gentle
men's Drlvlug Park at 5p.ui,
FARE 20o ROUND TRIP
EASY OF ACCESS.
Only 0 minutes rldo from Washington.
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"PENCILS" VS. "LUNGS."
"PENCILS" VS. "LUNGS."
Nino Post Roportors nnd Nino Mcmbora 01
Thatohor, Prlmroso & West's Minstrels will con
test lor supremacy at
mill a fiS3a Ktta nun at, r. 3
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BBU A A SSa liEB I1UU A A LLLL LLLt
AT CAPtTOL PARK,
AT CAPITOL PARK,
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,
4:15 P. M.
ADMISSION 25 CENT3
Uppor Grand Stand, 23 Conts Extra.
Tickets can bo procured at tho ofilco of Tha
Post.
Tho procoeds to ho devoted to tho Rollof ol
tho Yellow Fovcr Sufferers.
HUH A A -BSo Ull HUH A A Ti L
IN
Owing to the lateness of the season
and being compelled to make room for
our fall goods, now arriving, we have
concluded to close out our line of Car
riages at the following prices:
$18 Carriages, Upholstered in Flush, 12
22 " " " 15
25 " " " 18
SO " " " 20
35, 10 and $-15 Carriages, S at 25
Those who have seen our Carriages
will appreciate the above figures. Thcso
are all the celebrated "Hcywood" make,
with Adjustable. Parasols. Each Car
riagc warranted.
CARPETS.
Opened and now in stock the most
complete line of Carpetings in the city,
embracing Ingrain, Tapebtry, Body
Brussels, Moquettes, Wilton, etc., at
prices given AS LOW AS ANY IN
THE CITY.
FURNITURE.
Our Furniture Department now com
pletc with a large assoitmcnt of Parlor,
Bed-room and Dining-room Suites, and
a miscellaneous stock uncqualcd in tho
city.
We have made a sweeping reduction
in the prices of our Lace Curtains and
Portieres to make room for our new
fall goods.
B,
DEALER IN
Fashionable Furniture, Caipets, Drapery
AM) m'JIOIiili;itY (UIOIIN,
!U7i lUP.atl SEVENTH MltEI.T,
UiiH AMI (MS LOUISIANA AYI1.,
0111!. 01U ASD 000 1) bTHEET
LIT
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Baby Carriages
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