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THE EVENING ORITIO
ESTABLISHED AUGUST 18BS
AMUSEMENTS
Tlio Nntloiutl
Quito n flno mullonco assembled nt tlio
Nntlonal Theatre Inst nlslit to witness tlio
clover comedy of Tlio llrook It vvns pre
sented In tlio usual Rrncoful nlylo of tlio
Ti ouliailouig nnrt enthusiastically received
To days nmtlneo nnd to nlRlitH pciloun
itnco will closo Iho lullllant engagement of
this famous coinpanv
The iirrniioiie
Inllonco flrow largely uttlio Opera
homo last ovcnliijf To ilny tlio JInscotto
will Ijo given nt tlio matlneo nnrt tills even
ing tlio famous Pinafore wltli n ginnd
cast
Tlio Tlicntrc Continue
with Its speclaltv nrtlsts continues n groat
iuvotlto Tlio bill for noxtwcokls unco
ccptlonally Inc
Xcxt Weeks Amusements
Next week nttlio National tlio woild wldo
favorites Mr nnd Jits V 1 Kloionco
wllh n lino Biippntt will open their weeks
cngngcincnt
At tlio Opera liousc My
onool tlio greatest hits on thostngo will
Ijo prcsonteuliy u splendid company among
which nio W J Ferguson Joint Dillon
Henry Loo Mrs Qotmon Miss Lnnrii Don
Nelllu Moitlincr and others of iclatlvo
merit
Nlllloillll Cli niiec lutroiiH of Hiis
limiilry
At tlio meeting of tlio Nntiounl Clraugo
yesterday tho following commltlco was ap
pointed to confer with tho Commissioner of
Agriculture upon tho subjects recited be
low Messrs Armstrong New York Dar
den Mississippi Ulanton Virginia Luco
Michigan Flint California Smith Ken
tucky ltlione Pennsylvania Smith Min
nesota Sims Kansas llcrgham Ohio
WncRCAS This Uriingo was Informed by
dress lust evening that ho favored extend
In ir tlin senna of hi
Lirac
itr
otEorbrniiohcii of Industry besides ngiicul
title and to elovnto It by making Its head n
Cabinet ntHeor nnd
VtimnEAH This Uiaiigodosties togtvolls
full heal ty nnd cordial suppott to tho De
partment of Agilcultuic as such nnd Is ic
luctmit to tho intrusion of Its efforts over a
wider Held nnd
WnnuEAs A ciuoful comparison of ideas
may lemovo tho dlllurenco of opinion up
patently existing botweuu tho liouorublo
Commissioner and this body or at least
promotu fuller understanding ol Its pur
poses nnd objects thercfeio
Jlcsolectl Thatacoininlttooot tonot this
body bo appointed to visit tho Commis
sioner otAgtloiilturo to confer with hlin
In lolatlon to tho elevation of his depart
lnontto a higher lauk and to convoy the
ptotest oftho National Oningo ngiilnst em
bracing In that dcpai tmon t other Industries
or lntoicsts beyond tho ono which wo rep
resent agi lctiltui o
A picamblo mid lcsolutiou commcndlug
tlio Department of Stato for tlio monthly
publication of tho reports received front tho
consuls of tho United States on commercial
and agiicuUural subjects and acknowledg
ing tho action of tho Department In send
ing tlicso publications to tho ofliccrs of tho
Grange nnd members of tho order wcro
adopted
Mr W M lllalr of Nova Scotia master
oftho Dominion Orange of Cauada by In
vitation addressed tlio Orange Mr lllalr
is n member of tho Dominion larllamcut
Tlio evening session was devoted to tho
communication of tho higher degrees ton
largo number of candidates who had como
from various places in tlio country to to
ccivo them This ovoning will bo devoted
to memorial addresses
OiWI rcllonM rail
Union Lodgo No II I 00 P of this
city will hold a lalr lit Odd Fellows Hall
Etirhtli street southeast tho mocceds ot
which Is for tho benollt of tho widows nnd
orphans fund ol tho lougo in liquidating
tho debt held ngiilnst tlio hall Tho follow
ing ladles will uslst In tho Fair Mts 1
W Thompson will conduct n confoctlonory
table and will bo assisted by Mrs M T
lcrrlo Miss Ijiiimiwliirilsou mid Miss Rato
Laumhell Miss Holla Hiubln will also
nrcsldo over n confectionery tabic and
will bo assisted by Miss Funny Cook nnd
Mlis llattlo lonkliiH Mis 1 8 Muitln
will conduct tho China tnblo assisted by
Miss Julia Martin Miss Lula Cauliflower
Miss Nolllo Ciosby nnd Miss Addlo Mat-
thown Tho combination tablo win bo
lircslded over by Mrs T Dunn as
Hlsted by Miss Katlo Kuhn Miss
IAtAis Kuhn nnrt Mis Kntn Johnson
Thcio will bo two fiinoy tables ono or
Airs u i
crauson
atoru Miss
Stockctt Tho
other tablo will bo conducted by Sirs U II
Hays assUtcd by Miss Uincla Tlppett Mbs
Hatito Hnvs mid Miss Allan Tho book
tnblo will bo piesldcrt ovov by Mi s VT It
Newman assisted bv Mrs Ell uv Hodgson
Miss Cento binlth Miss Emma Smith nnrt
Miss Giaolo Nolghlyirt Tho llowor tablo
will bo In charge of Miss Graelo llimplny
nsslsted by Mlis Mary Stella Miss btolla
Nelson Miss Itlloy ltusscll and MUsMagglo
McCutchou The well will bo presided over
by Miss Molllo Williamson Thcro will bo
U lunch table whoio tho weary tmvolor
will boioficshed and who wlllpicsldo at
tho head of this tablo Is yet a soci ct
Among the articles to bo voted for wo
mention tho following Gold watch nnrt
chain for tho lady assisting In tho fair to
celvlng tho highest voto Handsome ebony
nnd ivory gavel for I O T Lodge Past
ginnds collar lor popular past grand
Utoecry scales for giocciiinrtbuttorscalcs
for buttor inoichant A uniform for pa
tt larch of tho encampment Full uniform
lor Knights of lythlns of tho now lank
jlconllalior n past chief ruler of the In
dependent Order of ltechubltes A gold
badge lor tho Junior ltochabltes Silver
walking badge for past olllcer of tho In
dependent Older of Mechanics
Ilrmllmry Ilnuo MiimifiHtory
Mr Georgo Hull tho leading piano dealer
In tho Foiest City thus rtespilbcs his
Visit tothoHinrtbnry Ilaun Mautilaotory
In n loiter to tho Cleveland Leader
New YoitK Oct II 1S3I
This day wo sot npnit for a thotough
look lliioiigh tho every detail of tho miinit
fnotuie ot tho Mleautlfiil llradbury and
suio onoiigli It well mollis tho suggestlvo
uppellalloii which tho many lovers or sv eet
sounds have funilllui ly iiwiiulcd to It Tho
whole establishment II vo stoiles with a
high basement tor doling cuittiln puts
eiiKlno loom etc Is llko n Connecticut
kitchen a model of system and neatness
It may bo salely said that thoro Is no better
piano miulo In Aineilca than tho lliadbury
In llnlsh tono nnd durability Tho singing
duality of tho lliadbury Is n charming and
valuable consideration to bo found In no
other innko with highly cultivated
I lm mini immn cuhrnnll
rtlu ago of tcmponiiu habits and mo paid
well lor t holr supci lor fcfclU In tho several
departments of lilano foito making Mr
Kiur of the old liouso of Hacont Haven
one of tho oldest and most expcilonccd
men In the business has chaigo ol tho fac
tory anil nothing Is uHowed to escape his
vigilant oypln having every thing go out In
poyleot shape Neatly tlio entlio pioduct
ciflhulaetory Is consumed at lelall by tho
cities of Now York Iliiuiuoinmn iiiiiu
nioio and Washington it many times being
ullllcuit togeia supply iur uuruumiiiuii
trado wheio tho piano is so woll known
Gko IUM
Washington wnroiooms of tho Dimlbui y
plano nrolioi Iminsylvunhi iivonucwhcio
K complete Block of tlicso Jilstlyicelebrated
instruments can bo found
liiigTisiuan ClurUfi Wifo
tin Cornelia Clink wlfu of lieu John
II Claik Coiigiossmaii fioni Missouri has
boon taken to Philadelphia by her father
and placed usii piivatu patient In ono of
tho hospitals unilor tho euro of Slaters of
Cliailty In his nppllentlon for divorce
lun Clink alleges that Mrs Clink was In
toxicated This charge together with tho
oxottcment and what sho ulleges to have
been Chuks habitual llMrcatiuontot her
has biouuht on tho nervous piosliiitlou
that uSitiited hor icinoyal 1hlladol
Dhlatorticatment Tho Philadelphia in
niilrriSivyi that though sho has rtotormlncd
iiovcr to live AVlth Gen Clink ujaln under
uy el et ustanees Mrs Clailc will vislsl
tho divoi co until thocbargos upon which
they uio grounded sliull havo been with
iliiiwn or piovert to lmvubcou HioundlChS
Dlsposliifi of IMilillo IiiihIn
Solicitor Itaynor In his nnnuiil loport to
tho Sooretary of tho Trcasuiy voeoninionds
mi iippiopiliition for tho purposo of ex
ainliilng and settling tho tltlo to hinds no
julied Tiy tho Ooveinmont In Judgments
for ilubt bo that those possessions can bo
rtUuoed of
Last ttay or tlio llnccn
The last dav of tho race r was
istlcallv flno both In resDcct to nttcudanco
and tho running Thcro wcro sis races and
all wero excellent
Tho flrst thrco races wcro published in
yesterdays Critic Tho time miulo by
Stattio in tho third race a ono tnilo dasii
was tlio swiftest over tun In tho District
Tho fourth race a handicap of ono and
onc clglith mile was very interesting on
nccottnt of th6 mettlo oT tlio horsci contest
ing It was won by Checkmate wltli hit
tlo Buttercup second nnd Valparaiso third
time 17J
Tlio most exciting race by rcison of tlio
closo equality of tho horses entered was tho
fifth ono and anuartor tnilo heats botween
Compensation Wlldmoor nrambalctta and
Sweet Homo In tho flrst heat
lctta won in 210 Compensation won tlio
two following heats getting tho raco
Wlldmoor carried tho heaviest weight be
ing rodo at 111 pounds wlictcas tlio other
hoiscs carried but 01
Tlio stccplo cliasc two nnd
tor miles completed tho races
It was hotly coiltcstcd by soven
horses nud won by Itmomar with Lord
Georgo second nnd Kenny third
xno managen oi tno association ncscrvo
tlio greatest pralso for tlio energy and en
terprise thoy have displayed in giving tlio
public such a splendid scries of races and
tho only regret Is that they wcro not nioro
liberally patronized
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The Anthracite tonl Trail
Tho Pottsvllio ViiifrV Journal says Tlio
trado continues in n llottrishlug condition
Tho demand for tho domestic sbes is much
in oxecas of tho ability to meet notwith
standing that tho collieries flro being pushed
to tuctr mil capacity to prodttco tho in
ability to fill ordors promptly occasions
somo uneasiness on tho part of those who
aro short of coal and tho fear is expressed
that tho closo of navigation may And them
still without an ndenuato supply for tho
winter Tlio good condition of the iron
trado affords a ready Jsalo for tho lump
and steamboat sizes for uso at tlio blast
furnaces and broken is in falrremtcst Tho
expess of production over last year about
4000000 tons Is still kept up and will bo
maintained with somo increase during tho
remainder of tho season Tho coal product
of tho Sclmykill region for tlio week end
ing November 12 was 101018 tons as
against 110032 tons for the week piovlous
and 150il tons for corresponding week of
last year Tho total product for tlio week
was 07737rjf tons against KWfcGT tons for
tho snmo week of lost year an incrcaso of
UriOU tons l ho total product of tno year
so far Is SI 131830 tons against 20y3302
tons tor coricsponuing period ot last
year nn incrcaso of 4093133 tons
X Magnificent lMeco oi llirnlliiic
At tho and furniture estab
lishment of Mr Henry Zimmerman 110
Ninth street thcro was lecelvcd to day fioni
Loudon n novel and magnificent sideboard
which Is now on exhibition at his place of
business It is mado of Florida pitch pine
nud is wo believe tho only sideboard of
that material in tho world Tho wood was
nearly six years in seasoning ns pitch pino
can only bo seasoned naturally not by
steam Tho sideboard is n magnificent picco
of workmanship inlaid and French polish
It is centred by a grand pato mirror about
soven feet in length and has drawers inlaid
with zinc for lco or wines It is woll worth
n visit to Mr Zs establishment to sco tills
novelty and to Inspect tlio oxtcusivo nud
interesting articles of anttimo fiiruittiro
nnd pictures which ho has collected and
has on salo
1rcpnrluir for TlmnksjrlvliiK
Tho Methodists and Catholics oro tho
flrst in tho flcld with preparations for
Thanksgiving Archbishop Gibbons has
issued a special pastoral to tho clorgy of ttio
arclidioccso of llaltiniote including this
District tcconimonding them to exhort
their congregations to nsscmblo in church
on Thanksgiving day At tlio closo of tho
mass tho prayer of Archbishop Carroll for
tho authorities will bo recited At a meet
ing of tho pastors of Waugh Chapel
Twelfth street and Iottrtli strcot M 13
Churches reformation Lutheran and Me
tropolitan llcahytorian Chuiohos a union
scrvico in tho last named was airangfd
Itov O A Leech to preach thosormon
M V Clmrcli
Tho meeting at this church on Capitol
III1I continues with unabated interest
Last night thcro was a largo congiegatiou
present to hear tho Itov John V Nnugle
tlio convortcd sailor boy Mora than
thltty presented themselves at tho altar
thirteen of whom mado a profession of ro
llgiom Xylite n number also stood up for
prayer During tho past two wocks nioro
than ono hundred have found penco in bo
lloving in tho Saviour Services will bo
held to day from 3 oclock to 10 p in and
continued on tho Sabbath at 11 a in 230
and 730 p m nnd nlso through next week
i
Ordinal Ion of u Yountr -Tail
Mr Chiiilcs M Iladdawiiy of this oity
n member and licentiate of ho Itcformed
fjplscopal Church bos received n call fioni
Kmanucl Reformed Episcopal Church Haiti
moio and will bo ordained thcro to morrow
by tho Ilight Itov llishop Latauo to tho
Dcaconatc Mr lladdaway has consented
to seivo as pastor for thrco mouths but will
continue to rosido in tlis pity Io has
hociirj student or tho ministry or several
years and aotlvoly connected with tho
Church oftho Redeemer Itcformed Episco
pal of which tho Itov Arthur Foster is tho
rector
lteilcniptloii of Postal CiiviN
Tho Postmaster General has issued tlio
following order
It ii hereby ordered lliat section 171 of
iuu xoiini iieguiaiioiisprovniiiig iur mo ro
dciuption of postal caids that may bo
spoiled while In tlio hands of private par
tics by printing or otherwise bo revoked
to tako effect on tho 1st of Fcbittary 188J
After that dato postmasters must not ro
deem postal cauls under any circumstances
whatovcr In order to obtain credit for
cards redeemed up to tho dato named post
masters should lorwani mem to tno De
partment bcfoio tho 31st of March 18S J
after which no allowance of credit fur tho
redeniptiqn of poatal cauls will bo made
National Hotel Arrival
H P Fahncstock Gettysburg V II
Rogers Lecsburg Va C 11 Wlldtiian
Lccsburg Va T II limit Md HM
Williams Mo L M Teircll Atlanta Dr
J 1 Taylor Va K f Home Rockvlllo
Md G C Cniuo X Y D L Dina
Wllkcsbaue Pa G S Clapp St Joseph
aiicii Jiieoi jm w r iianuing w
Yttj A J nurnham NY T N Jarbqo
MdjWD Jtowloj MiV A -T Wcdderburn
find wife liatto II Shutz Lcosbiug
J II Shaw Atlanta T P llayls London
Kng GJ Potter and wifo Morrisvlllo
I H C Starr Richmond Ind Itov J
II Smith Lcesbuig Va J M Gallagher
llalto G O Glavisaud family W Vnj J
A Itus3r N Y
A Hclmol Coiiiinlssloiirr liiTiniililo
Joshua J Lynch thobclioolcommisstoucr
for Siissox County Dol nnd a pi omliiont
and highly icsncctcd rosident of that ret
glonwasycstoiday bound over at George
town Del tausycr at court on the chaigo
of embezzling the school funds Tlio oxict
amount of tho misamuoprlatloii is not yet
definitely determined but it is bcUovcd to
oggrcgato fully two years appropriations
Aldornoy Dairy Whkoiih
Ilosh Aldornoy putter churned ovory
morning nnd delivered in J lb Wind
prints at 15c per lb Also cottago clicsc
Co par lull buttermilk Co per ijuait and
sweet milk 5c per quart
Ilollglons Inlelllccnco
Tho Itov Dr Woyland Iloyt of Brooklyn
lias declined tho call of tho First Baptist
Clmrcli Chicago v
Rov Luther A Tox of Waynesboro Va
has been elected pastor of tho Lutheran
chapel nt Newberry S C
Itov V M Clark lato Roydton took
rhargo of Lexington parish Amherst
County Va November 17
Kplscopal Bishop lctcrkin of West Vir
ginia has built fifteen churches since ho
took chargo of tho dloccio
Bishop J J Kcano will preach in tho
Catholic Clmrcli Fredericksburg Va to
morrow morning ami evening
Tlio proposed additional endowment of
100000 for tlio Congregational Theological
Seminary at San Finnctscohai been com
pleted
Rov Dr Woods of Galveston Toxns has
been called to tlio pastorato of tho Second
Presbyterian Church Charlotte N C and
it is understood ho will accept
Bishop Simpson has left Philadelphia for
a tour of tho Southern M K conferences Ho
will prcsldo at tho opening oftho confer
ence to bo held in Gainesville Gi
Rov Henry Bascom Rldgway D I has
been appointed fraternal messenger from
tho M 13 Clmrcli to tho General Confer
enco of tho M 13 Church South nnd Rov
C 13 Felton D I alternate
A stately rosldcnco In Trenton X J
formerly occupied by Gon McClcllan has
been rented for Bishop OTarroll of tho
Dloccso of Trenton and ho was to tako pos
session tho flrst week In Novcmbor
Mr R B Reppard has just mado a most
miniiflcciit gift to tho Wesley Monttniontal
Clmrcli Savannah la of n now comfort
ublo and dcslrablo building conveniently
located to tlio church for a parsonage
Rov Thcodoro I llolcombc having re
signed tlio chargo of St Pauls 13nIscopal
Church Uvansvllle Ind Rev Charles Mor
ris of Hopklnsvlllo Ky has accepted tho
call Mr Morris Is a uatlvo of Lynchburg
Virginia
Tho First Baptist Church In Augusta
la the other day finding 30 surplus in
Its treasury voted 250 of tlio sum to In
crease tlio years salary of its pastor Rov
W W Landrum and tho remainder to tlio
poor of tlio church
Tho number of wliito Baptist associations
icportcd in Alabama Is ii witli 1135
churches and a membership of 70000 Tho
colored membership is estimated at 00000
making tho total number of Baptist church
members in tho Stato 100000
Thoroviow of tho stato of religion In tlio
Baptist chinches in Maino brought out tho
fact says tho report that whllo wo havo
n debt paying parsonago building clmrcli
cdifico rcaring repairing year wo havo had
a year of dearth of spiritual icsults
Tho minutes of tlio slxty flrst convention
of tlio Tcnnessco Synod of tho Lutheran
Church held In Now Market Va Septem
ber 10 11 1831 shows that thcro aro 23
ministers 81 congiegatlons and 0705 com
municants In connection with that synod
Tho Presbytery of New York has dropped
tho uimo of Rov A It Simpson fioni tho
loll of tho ministry of tho Presbyterian
Church ho having stated that his mind
had undcrgono n change In regard to tho
naturoof tho church and that ho rejected
infant baptism
Father Couwav pastor of St Patricks
Church Chicago has been appointed vicar
goncral of tho Aidlidioccso of Chicago in
plaeo of Father McMullcn lately promoted
to tho bishopric of Davcnpoit Iowa
Father Conways last net beforo leaving his
church was to present It with 10000
Tho annual meeting of tlio American
Missionary Association Congregational
whoso work is mainly among tho colored
pcoplo at tho South was held last week at
Worcester Mass Tho cash expenditures
for tho year including tho various educa
tional institutions under its caio wero
329000
For tlio last ton years a pious Norwegian
woman o Dccorah Iowa lias manufactured
nnd sold commuuiou wafers and also tlio
largo bibs or collars worn by Nor
wegian minlstcis and bv so doing has
cleared tho sum of 000 Sho has given it
all to help tho poor students In their
prcpation for tho Lutheran ministry
Tlio rittsburg Couferetico of tho African
M 13 Church met recontly at Wilksbarre
Pa Bishop Shorter of Ohio presided It
was its fiftieth session Tho Confeienco
consists of 13 mcniMrs Tho Presbyterian
Synod of Philadelphia in session in tho
samo placo bent fraternal greetings which
wcro lcspondcd to very warmly by a
similar committee
Tlio report of tho treasurer of tho gcuoril
missionary committo of tho Methodist
Bpiscopal Clmrcli shows that thoro was an
incrcaso of tho total receipts for tho past
year over that of tlio previous year of 09
29273 Tlio total disbuiscmcuts for tho
year wcro 7300S053 and tho receipts 025
00389 leaving tho tieasury in debt to tho
amount of 10 1 1220 1
Bishop Wlloy will prcsldo ovor tho Haiti
mon Conference M L Chinch which
mccls in Baltimore March 8 and over tlio
Washington Confercnco which meets lit
Baltimoro Match 22 Bishop Simpson will
picsldo over tho Virginia Coiiforcnco wliioh
meets nt Mauuussna Vrt Match 8 Bishop
Fatter will piosidoover tlio South Catoliuii
Oonlercnco which mcot3 nt Spartanburg
Jan 12 nud ovor tho Noith Carolina Con
ference which meets at Lattrinbitrg Jan
20
Tlio Territory of Aluskn
Col M D Ball lato collector of customs
fur Alaska lias arrived in Washington Ho
will ask admission to tho House of Repre
sentatives as Delcgato from that Territory
in confuimlty with tho memorial of a con
vention of its noonlo nud nn election
under last September At tho cession of
Alaska to tho United States It was agreed
to furnish its pcoplo wltli protection in lifu
and property and all tlio rights of citizen
ship but no shadow of civil law has ever
been extended to it A largo immigration
Is now setting in to Southeastern
Alaska owing to Iho rich dis
coveries of gold and tlio necessity for
proper rcpiescntation at tlio scat of Govern
ment in order to sccuio needed legislation
has driven tho inhabitants to got it in this
way Colonel Ball Is nn Alexandrian and
for several year edited tlio Fuitlncl of that
city -Ho is iv man of connideiablo ability
nnd being a good wotker no doubt will moot
with success in his ondcayois to sccuro a
seat In tlio National Hotto of Rcpicsonta
tives It seems but Just nud proper that
Alaska boliign part oftho IliUed Stoto3
and a State lu embryo should havo ti
piesontativo on tho floor of tho House tho
Bullions tho otlior Tin rltorlos Tho white
population of Alaska numbers ovor 1500
bosldes 1000 Russian Creoles and 25000 In
diaus
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NO iv Open
Dr II L lloveo takes pleasure In Inform
lug ills friends nud tlio public that ho
has removed to his now Bath Parlors ox-
eelied by none for beauty nud convenience
at 1117 G stieot opposlto ltlggs liouso
Death of mi AihulialM Wtilmv
Mrs Hatriet Cordelia Wetlioral Siiubrlck
widow of the late Rear Admiral Sliubriek
United States navy died yostorday at ler
icsldcnco comer Connecticut avenue nnd
II street Slio luul leaohcd tho advanced
ago of niuoty thrco years nud her death was
iioin ti giadual decay of her faculties Tho
funeral will tako plaeo on Monday nt two
oclock p in
irYou want
a Dress Suit go to riscmqn Bios coiner
Seventh and 13
BOB WCTBjs
THE EVENING miTIO WASHINGTON D 0 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19 1881
Decrees tlio Grabber
Tu the Editor of The Eccnlng Critic l
Tho oucstlon ns to whether tho cmnloves
of tho Government Printing Ofllco aro enti
tled to compensation for the time lost bv the
enforced elosuro of that olllco for flvo days
andn half by order of Superintendent Do-
trees on account ot tno death and
funeral of President Garfield
appears to ho the themo of discus
sion among parties not connected wltli that
establishment Whllo quietly en
joying my evening cigar last night
at tho billiard room of tho Na
tional Hotel my attention was
attracted to a cottplo who wcro engaged
in a very earnest iiiscussioit as to what
would bo Comptroller Lawroncos decision
nbout allowing pay to tho employes of tho
uovcrnment muting umcc unoot thogen
lemcii horn 1 was informed held a promi
nent position under tho Government con
tended that tlio parties wciofotccd to loso
their tlmo without authority of law mid
wcro entitled to compensation tlio same ns
If they had worked I cannot sco It in
that light replied his friend as I under
stand tlio law provides how tho employes
of that olllco shall bo paid so much
per hour when at work So far sir you
aro correct but thcro nro circumstances
otttsidoof tho law in this matter to bo con
sidered tu which the principle of cuulty
nuiijusiiconro 10 uo inKcn into cousiucra
tlon Men in authority often cause a great
deal of distress and siillering to nllllct thoso
under their control by being too strict con
structionists of tho law If I rightly un
derstand tho facts in tlio caso in point the
employes of tho prlntlng olllco wero forced
to suspend work for flvo or six days by
order oftho Public Printer nnd nttiiosamo
tlmo oidcrcd to repott for ditt
nt tho expiration of that tlmo
Under that order they weio held In oboy
nnco to Mr Dcfrcos That gentleman was
conscious of the fact that ho was doing
great injustlco to his employes In forcing
them to loso so much unnecessary time
moro lu truth than was lost by any of tho
other Department Had ho not ho uevor
would havo aunonnced In his order that ho
would ask Congress to appropriate money
to pny them for tlmo lost Tlio law pro
vides for tho legal holidays tlio printer
shall bo paid for This being true what
right had tho Public Printer to closo his
ollico for a number of days not spoclflcd by
law unless tho appropriation has becotno ex
hausted or thoto was no work for tlio men
I am not surprised to hear that thcro is a
great deal of fcoling manifested on tho part
oftho employes of that olllco especially
when wo consider tho fact that other em
ployes oftho Government wcro paid for tlio
timo lost during tho funeral ceremonies
If tho Comptroller allows as I think ho
should a llbeinl construction of tlio law
tlio men will rccclvo pay for tlio enforced
suspension from work Tho looker on re
sponded Youre right tlictc
OnsEiivjrt
Why Dr Hall iins DImcIiiiiCciI front
lie ICllHlllll uiilcc
Tho discharge or Dr O M Ball from tlio
Pension OIllcc which took placo a few days
since was given out to havo been caused by
his disfiguring tho loll of tho staff and field
olllcorsof tlio FIoventli Illinois Regiment
Tlio nlleged truth of tho matter has just
leaked out Tho oftenso for which Georgo
W Black Is now awaiting trial Is that of
presenting a falso claim lor a pension His
mode of operation was tho entry on tho
nbovo roll originally written by him when
clerk of tho regiment of tho particulars of
ttio anegcu injury tor winch ho claimed tho
award of n pension In truth tlio wound
was rccolvcd lu u fight which took nlaco in
n disrcptttablo houso long after ho had loft
tho service It was known that ho could
not havo obtained access to tho roll which
was part of thorccoidsof tho War Depart
ment without tho connivance of ono or
moro clerks Ball It was sttspectod know
something of tho matter Tho ovidcuco
needed for Blacks conviction was this roll
on which tho entry In question was seen
on examination to havo been written later
than tlio body of tho manuscript A short
timo sinco this was found to bo missing
Ball had access to this class of papers hav
ing cnargo oi ctatms tor outccrs pensions
Whllo not proven against him tho ovidcuco
of his complicity was sufficient to cause his
discharge Further Investigation Is now
being mado and will probably icsult In
other discharges or other proceedings The
amount Involved lu this cisc ono of many
Is about 5000 Ball was formerly prlvnto
secretary to Senator Chrlstiancy and was
quite nctlvo in working up tho caso now be
ing prosecuted against his wifo for divorce
Black was tho horo iu n Iothario llko
scrapo with tho wifo of ono Buckloy re
ceiving a sound thrashing at tho hands of
tho husband who returned from n long
journey iu a remarkably short tlmo
IMimiiKH itliciiiniitlo Itcmcily
will euro any caso of Rheumatism on tho
faco of tho green earth Sold by every llvo
druggist iu Washington
In Memory or II V KciUlolil
A largoly nttonded meeting of Journal
lstsropiesentlng local and outside papers
was held last night nt the otUc o of tlio Cin
cinnati Cbnuiicrcfnt No 1120 Now Yoik
won no to ttil0 suitable action upon tho
dorthotMril V ltedfleld Mr I C
Washington oftho Now Orleans ilcaiunc
presided with Mr O M Ogden ot tho
Philadelphia lrcas as suciottiry Mr Rod
Holds death was so unoxpectcd nnd tho
notice of his funeral was so short that but
fow wcto uwnro of tho hour olhorwlso
thcro would havo bcon n largo iittondaneo
ot nowspapor men nt the ro ddonco to tes
tlfy their lespcet for their lato nosoclnto
A committee conslstlugiof Mcssis II VN
lloyntnu Cincinnati tlnzettc T U Ciuw
toul Chicago Timet O It Hunts Wash
ington Ciunr 1 T lllrkfoiil New York
Trltimie W 1 Copolnud lliooklyn Jaglc
nnd W O Mollrldo Cincinnati JMiulrcr
w as appointed to havo piepattdau uppio
ptlato Uoral tribute to bo xeul to Smith
port Ill wheio tlio remains will ho In
cried to reach thcio lu time for tho fit
ncial Mirvlcos on Sunday Tho committee
was also empowered to pioparo suitable
lesolittlonslobo submitted lor adoption at
somo future meeting id tho newspaper
men
A MlNslnir Hoy
Johnnie Ileemiin ngod 13 years lesldlng
atMVlhlid ittieot noithwest disappeared
on tho lilth Instant and cannot bu found
Ills Fchoolinates buw hint going toward thu
National Falrgiounds to thu laces It Is
feared ho will go uwuy with miiiio of tlio
owneiHOt horcri Ills mother Is imxloiis
iibnittlilm Hohurt on n yollowplnlrt suit
Hurt dm k blown ovct coat undwoieii lloiby
hat
Dn Hamilton says Hint among tho
medical oxperts who wilt bo called on tho
part of tlio UQVOriimout in cao tho ques
tion of tho propriety of the treatment of
the lato President is ruUc 1 aro Professors
Wlllard Parker Jainos R Wood and Henry
B Sands of New York Dr John Ashhurst
and Piofessor Samuel I Gross of Philadel
phia HeniyF Campbell of Augusta Giv
Piolesior John T ilodgen of St Louis
and Prof Mo es Gunn of Chicago
Drafts on Loudon Dublin and Paris iv
II 1 Cooko Jr Cog 1129 F st
iivititiin
Ml ItO November 17 nt hi
Johns Churcti by tho Itei W r llrnud Hear
AdnilrnlWtllluuii Iolloy United amies Nnvy
nud Mrs Mury II Mump or Aurj Illul
nirii
COOlTll On Tlinruiny morning Nuvembei
IT liessld Iwilif I only iViiuttiler of Iriinilllur
nud Uhtilif U Coniier hkmI II years nnd h monllis
1IKDK1 1 lll In Thursday e enlnit Noi ember
IT 11 V Hi illlvlil need Til jeurs
tmilllllLK Oii IrhlayNovembirls llurilrt
CorilcllaWcthercd widow nl tho lain Hear AI
nilriil V 11 Hhiilirleklu thuJld ear ol her uitf
Tliofuneialwlllbofroniher lulu icsldpnee on
MonilnyNoemberliui uctoik Ii lends of
tho family nro Inv lied In utlend
HMlllI -On Irlilay November 18 nt U1I n in
Mrs Amelia M rimllli dauiihter of I bum ami
Maruaiet I lluHe uKidVT jeurs
luiierul will tuku placo Irani her mothers rusl
denee No U High M llioritelown on Hunday
Nov 3 nt 2 p m lUlutlves undlileudi iv lit
vltvdtpallvvid
GREAT SACRIFICE
Overcoats Ulsterettes
UNDER ODD FELLOWS HALL
Just Received on Consignment
From one of the Largest Mew York Manufacturers
1000 Overcoats and Ulsterettes
All of the Latest Styles nnd of Superior Workmanship
Which we Offer by Order of said New York Pirm
AT
PRIME COST OF MANUFACTURE
Q3Q
M
FB Eisemmh
The Popular Qlothier
421 Seventh Street Northwest under Odd Follows Hall
PUBLIC
Stock Grain ana Cotton Exchange
No 1424 New York Avenue
Waiiiivotov HC
We rmpectlnlly mil your ntleiitlon to tlio above
lYClmllKOttlllTU
NEW YORK STOCKS
eftii ho bought nmltioM In nny rjiinntily from ten
NlmrcjiitHliumunt
CHICAGO GRAIN
rnnliotxiiiKlitniKlfiolil In IntH of li builiclimul
titmartl nn n marfcln of ono per Lent or moro
CutnniWHlonone qimrtcrofom percent nn liotli
Ntockn mill grain
Direct Wires to Now York and Chicago
All nuotattunieimlio Keen nt tlioHxrhunKciliir
Iiik the ilny
Miyliiluriiintluii In regard lollionliovonllllii
fitely Klven
linlM
HAZLEHUEST BEOS
GROCERIES
All Wheat Flour
All Wheat Flour
Tiit ltucclioil Direct from tlio Mill
Families and the Trade Supplied
Elplionzo Youngs
GROCER
OC31
wuorisATi aoint
no i oTii st iut d and i n w
BEAD I BEAD 1
Tim public fteiienilly nro Invited to cull nt tlio
Old UfllnbtoMtorc opened ngnlu whero they can
m nit Union llnd n Am stock of tlin
riNiar 1AMiiv ultotuiniiisTCwtc
A No lust received a
NJ3W LOT Or 11A1S1NH lKJS Ac
R BOWIE
noil COR SHVENTII AND I STH N W
PINEST0UALITY PEINT BUTTEE
rurT wnmiiT nt
McCAULEY DELLWIGS
20D lJINNA AVK llASTnnd nt
Dclhvig MoOauleys cor 2d aud 0 n e
PBBNCH GOODS
IirriTi rom rinonnd rxtm rine
UUAMlUIXOXri SA IIIIIXIX ASlAllAOUH
jumT iiiciivii
N W BUROHELL
not 1333 lHTIIIlirr
llAIlIOUR t HAMILTON
VlioIesnlo
rLOUltWINR AND IIIOLIJUY MrUCItANTS
1137 Oil Ioiilalaim Avenue Ii
ouiti inwnirr cinpii
WJiolewilonnd Itetnll
u a oiiAiii
noli
iais sivintk sTinnri n
iTltA IIAltOAlNS
IV
w
HOTELS AND RESTAUR AUTS
lOXQ 10x0
HAI VE5rrS
Old Ualnbllaheil Lndles nnd Gents
Restaurant and Oyster Saloon
Tho largest nnd Most Comploto In tho country
Constnutly on hand every bruud of Oysters lound
lu Atnericnn Wnlers with n boundless vnrletyol
lAMi nnd overy dellcncy Hint tho Northern
Kustcru nud Houttii rn Mnrkits cnu produce Also
ISlMlIKSi MJNUU COUNTWt
Our Table dHvto cannot bo uxcdlvilln quality and
variety
llnrveytlioOrlglnatorofSTnAMlIDOYSTrilS
HAEVEY H0LDEN Proprietors
1010 Cor Ienna Ave nnd Eleventh St
N STUDER FLORIST
nos r HTiiKirr kohtiiwhst
CHOICE OUT FLOWERS
Itecdved twice ndiiv ironi my own Kreen houses
rUNIJUAl OllllCltS A WllXlAlTY Holt
job IEinsrTinsra I
THU NATIONAL ltlirUIIIlOAN
JOB PRINTING OFFICE
Is tho Ijirsest nnd Most Conipleto Job OMlco
boullior llilladclplila
Thirds noneedonioliiKOiit t tho City to Bet
your 1rlntluiMlDUi Anlhliii Ironi nHinllCurd
InllioljirKCst 1oster Printed I the HtntHlylooi
thnArl
lrlees Itensounbla mid Work llrst Chun lsll
males fiirnlshed hep2
03S
Nlttllllll IltCO Tlillos rlllniv SIlIllllH
mil llril hiumiils This Wonlt
I3ftVIS s DICKINSON
wvx hivintii htiiiit noiitiiwiwi noil
5 For tho Curo of Coughs Colds
IIIoaicness llronchitiSjCroup InHu
uwa Aslhmawhooping Lougli in
clnicnt Consumption and for the re-
leiotconsummivc personam
ccd btagca of tho Disease For Sale
by all Druggists as cents
At B P Freight Dopot
Dealers In nil kinds of
ILiTTIMIIBIEilR
AND
HAED
Maryland Avenue near 7th st s w
WASHINGTON 11 c
PIANOS
ELLIS CO
037 Pennsylvania Avonuo
noiu Aruni8 iur
THE FAMOUS WEBER
Tho Host In tho World
rrTrii
Nearly nil tho itrent sinners and nrtlsts ol the
world trlvo them Iho preference over nil others
Also n jents lor tho celebrated
Smith American OrganB
HBiudcainp Pianos aiii Shoniugcr Organs
SIDNEYAT NIMMOS
4a SUVIINTU STUEJ2T N W
BRADBURY
PIANOS and ORGANS
P 0 SMITH Manufacturer
WnsliliiRton Wuroiooma 1103 Ionn nvo
JTuftS 3
STOVES
HABROVBB
Dealer in
Stoves Grates Ranges and Hot Air Furnaces
Mnnufucturcr of ull kinds of TIN WA 1113
1400 VOUIITUHNTII HTIHIHT NOltTltWKST
llumblni nnd Jus Pitting n Specialty selil
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
unriuarnATOiH wathh conuuis cook-
INO KIOVUSANII ItANUKS
to be found In tho city all at low prices
W S JEKTICS Sc CO
No 717 hhvjntu sTiiKirr n v
W H HARROVBR
313 SEVENTH STniETNOnTIIWT
STOVES RANGES and HEATERS
llOUSK FUIlNISIIINn HOODS
siovjand puitNAci iupaiiih
H RIOHEY -127 TENTH ST N
V nlMivo las Ollleo Denier In
STOV1X UANOP S PUHNACIW e
Uooflns and Spouting Ilepulrlne of Lntrobes and
stoves a Specialty
nUNKHOUN A CO Plumbing nnd Oos Fit-
tluir JBrdOrders solicited and proinjitly executed
BOOTS AND SHOES
GEO IF BE3STICEKT
SUCCEVsOlt TO
OUKATKMT 1IA1IUA1NS EVEIl OllEllED
BOOTS JA3STX3 SHOBS
belllngallKoodsatcost for tho next 10 days
to inako room for lnll Stock
W S BROWN
1 27 211 and 3111 FENN AVENUE H K
FAMOUS 260 OALP BOOT
Bia fleventh Street nnd 1023 Penn ave
I115ST AND ClIEAFEhT
WllOIhaVLE
AND RETAIL
L HEILBRUNS
SHOE HOtTSE
103 SEVENTH HTHEirr NOllTIIWliSl
Sign of Tho Old Woman III VMlldow
TO HAVE MONEY 1IUY YOUU
boots uaisrr shoes
Metrnpolltan Store
No OOO PKNXHYIVANIA AVIi
rri
Ono Price Shoo Store
A L HAZELTON
4 S3 SEVENTH ST
Unilor Oiia Follown Hall
GREAT BOSTON SHOE AUCTION HOUSE
401 Pennsylvniila A ve N W
I niCHOLn Proprietor
HOISE PAINTINO mid DECOllATIONS
Every Variety
Pore Material Qood Work Moderate Price
MAONIOHOL
4tOTentli street Northwittuexl OaaOltlce
AUCTION SALES
T T coLDWnLIj neal IMato Auctioneer
TnusTrrHHAiKor a DrtmAnrr two-
HIOIIY UWIIIMNd ON TIlnHOUTII HIIIB
Ol T HT IllT 17Tlt AND INTJt HTM N W
Jly Irtuo of a deed of trust tinted March 11
A J lSTilituly recorded In llber No tin folio fSPt
IMonoof tho land ri cords for tho District ofiinL
Coiiimhln nnd nt tho request of theparty secured
thereh I slinlL ns survfi ln lrnlennnpr fur snln
nt publlo auction In front of tho premises nu
WlillNIXIJAY Novembers IMInt 430 oclock
thofoMnwIncileserllKsl real estnte slmnlp
fim cliyof Washington D I to ull All Hint
pieroorpnrceioritrouniineinK 101 numnerea i
in W A unions subdivision nf part of square
numbered 1 52 tnnether with tho Imnrovements
4T
Terins Ono foiirth cash nnd tho balance lu I 12
nnd is months m Itlt Interest nt II per cent per mi
lium secured hyiteplorirtistornll cash nt op
tion or purchaser WO deposit nt tlmo of sale nnd
all conveyanclnKat purchasers cost
terms in no complied wim in seven unysoiner
ivlsolliolrusteorrscrvestho rlfiht to resell tho
tirnnerlv nt I bo risk nnd cost of thodefuultlnir pur
chaser nfUr live days advertisement
Illl MAJU II VIIISiit
uoleodiils HurvlvliiR Trustee
BIIEHMAN k CO Ileal IstAtc Auc
JOHN tioneers No 1HI Cloud HullilliiK
TiitfHTrrH haii or vaiaaiim
IIKIVIII lHOIJIUTY ON WIMT HUH Ol
riivTiivrii TinrT mrr h and t
HritllUrm NOKTIIWKHT
Ilv Irtne of n ileed of trust dated Iebruary
IT itm nnil recorded 111 llber No iriT folio tw Ti
ctsei ono or the hind records rir ho Dls iaiL
trlctol Columbln nud by direction nr tho pnriy
secured theriliy wo will oiler nt public unction lu
front of the premises on IUIDAY tlio second
day or December lssint I oclock p in nil of lot
elxhty iilnosii In II A llalloclis subdivision of
part of sipiaru ono hundred and seventy seven
17T with Improvements thereon
Terms of sale One rourtli cnsli bnlauco in enunl
paymcutsln six twelvo nnd eltthteen months
wllh Interestntii per cent secured by deed of
trust on premises or nil wish nl option of pur
chaser A deposit of too required nt tlmo of sale
H terms of sulo nro not compiled with lu T dnH
tmsteo reserves the rlKht to resell nt risk nudcost
of defuultlnic purchaser
WJMIAM It HOOIIIlt
liolTeod i ds I ruslee
RAILROADS
1881 THB 0UEAT V38L
PENNSYLVANIA EOUTE
TO THE AOUTII WEST AMI SOUTHWEST
DOUltli THACK HTEKI RAILS
Splendid Hccnory Mnirnincent IViulpment
In1khitMayI0 1881
T11AIN8 1HAVi WAH111N010N from depo
corner of Hlxth mid II streets
ns follows
For Pittsburg nnd tho West 800 n in Dally with
HIccpliiKcnrstollttsburtfnnd Chlcnqo 1030 a
in dally wllh Weeping cars from llarrlsbsrg
dally w Itli 1alaco Car to Pltlaburi
liAITIMOUH POTOJIAO IIAIMIOAD
Tor Canaudalfrua Kochcster ltullalo Nlagnrk
lalls with Parlor Cur to Wntklns and the
North8am dally except Sunday at 0 30 p
in dally except Saturday with lulaco car to
Ciinnnilnlinianlid Wntklns
Por Wllllumsport Ick Haven nnd Klmlra
in to a in daily except Sunday
Por New York nnd tholJistsiXiim 1030 a m
ion 10no nnd 1011 p in On Suiiiluy 210 lou
nud 10 n p m Iluilted Hxprcns of Pullman
lnlaco Curs n a in dully except Sunday
Vnr itrruitflvti N Y nil Ibrriiiifli triiliis rotinect
Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn Annex at
fordlnir direct transfer to Pulton street nvold
Intt doublo ferrtnito across New York city
Por Philadelphia 8IJ0 n m 1030 am 200 840
10im and 1015 p m On Sunday atJno 50
lQfniid 1015 p in Llmlteil ixpressu30a m
dally except Sunday
For llalllmore 1 10 8i 030 1010 n m and 200
4 20 4 10 540 ow Wi nnd 1015 p m On Sun
day 800 1030 a 111 20U 510 1000 and 101
p 111
Tor Popos Creek Ilno 0 10 a m aud 440 p ni
dully except Sunday
Por Annapolis 040a 111 and 410 p m dally ex
cept Sunday
alkxandiiia and pnrDrnicKsiiuna
ItAIIWAY AND AllXANDUIA AND
WASHINGTON ItAIIHOAII
For AlexaiidrlaTT20o3nnd 1130a m 420
020 K and 1130 p m On Sundays at 700 9
nnil iirjn iiiniuio n m
Por lllchmond and tho South
00 and 1110 n m
i vuiit in iiiv 1iil r iiitui v
exeeiitriiinuny
Uiishlngtoii
Trains feavo Alexandria for 1 llliU 6 8A
nuil 10 n m 12 ID i C 7 a 010 ti 111 nnd 12 mid
night On tjundiiy at 8W anil 10 a m 7 and
uoj n ni
TIckitH Information sHeopinj and parlor car ao
comnaodutlon run bo procured at the olllces north
eoHt corner oflhlrtrcnthntriTt and lVnnsylvanta
avenue and nt tho station hero orders can be
left Tor t ha chrrlctntf of baggage to destination froir
hotelft nnd residences
J lLWOOIenernl rnfweiurer Agent
1IlANJCTlioIbOXOcncrHliluuaKerJ
UNDERTAKERS
E F HARVEY UNDERTAKER
U21 SEVENTH ST NOHTIIWIMT
rnrmcrly 033 V Stroot Northwest
Tho publlo Is respectfully notified that I am no
longer nt 0 12 F stri ct but 021 Seventh street
west Mnko no mistake 11 P HAHVKY
1J
HATS AND UMBRELLAS
PALL STYLES OP HATS
POIl GENTLEMEN YOUTHS t CHILD11EN
NOW COJIPLHTE
STINEMETZ Hatter
1237 PENNA AVE next to cor 13th et scpM
HKISIUNI V lOIUIIIAN
NOIH1Y HATTEltS AND 1UltltlEHS
1111 Seventh street Northwest
Seal Saequo and Pur ltepalrlng n speclaltv selO
JOHN BOQEES
Mnmifui turer nnd llepalrer of
SUN UMBRELLAS Si PARASOLS
nplfi g 013 II street llnrthwit
LIVERY STABLES
c BRO
422 21 Eighth Street bet 1 nnd E n w
Closo Carriages for Weddings Calls nnd ltecep
tlons Hoarding and Livery stables
A H KEYES J r SMITH
IKE STES Sc CO
Close Carriages lor Weddings calls nndltecep
tlons llnaidlug and Livery stable Wlllard a
Hotel stables rorner lllh nnd Esls
West End Advertisements
fCints oils G1VASS
Ac nt mannlacturert prices at
D SHANAHANS igig Pcnna Ave
sepl2
R J ASHBYS ANTIQUARIAN BOOK STORE
IT03 Ienna Ave near Corcoran Art Gallery
Dooks Old at d Hare lu English Preucli nnd Ger
man CIHCULATINO II1IIIAHY soi
Georgetown Advertisements
JOHN II SOHULTZE 56 Bridge street
Keeps tlio best 3 and 10 ct Clears to tie found In
JeorKotowii Hunday aud Witkly lapera tita
tlotHry tc
OlTICi HAlUTUrmNG HALOOX
POST
704 U bTUUKT
Opposite tlio VostOfllco Dcimrfincnt
itoiuuT AVILSOX
rroprletor
Location central treatment tho betit
Cull mid lio convuiretl oo2i g
a Tjasrsi cs xjistsi
AT
PBABODYS
No 411 Seventh St Northwest
Three Doors Ilelow Odd Pellows Hall sep8
SHIRTS I SHIRTS I SHIRTS 1
A Good Shirt forMV
A liuvall shirt fur inc Ilnlsheil730
A Wamsutlnshirt lor TV UnUliodlxV
A Plalteil llosoni shirt for SV tlnlsiied 1
Shlrtstu order aspilnlty satlstaetlou guaranteed
at S 11 ELL1SHY Si COS
Bell No lllJ P street nortliwest
H HOLLANDER
UEATiKlt IN
China Glassware and Houee
Purnishing Goods
08 8KVENTH STUEUT NOUTHWEST
s n mbybI
023 BKVKNTK BT K W HUT I AND K
lleadquarterHtur
GILT SILVER TRIMMINGS
UEOAMAS AND 11ADG1M
Matlelo r lor
J S SWORMSTEDT
128 P STllEET
Roil Estate and Insuranco Agent and Broker
HOUSES IOll 3AIE LOTS POll BALE
HOUSlJS IOH HENT HOOMS POH HENT
Houses nud Lots Wanted tor Purchasers
rillK INSUUVNCE Placed to Any Aniounl
Genernl Agent for tho Chnrler Onk Ilfo
nuco Company New late nud now mid desirable
plans ol liiamunce K22
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