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F?raker and L?e.
OHO UOVBK.HJRS ANSWER TO THX CHIEF EX
KtlTlVE or VIRGINIA.
_ A special dispatch to the Cincinnati Enquirer
trom Co.umbus, ohlo, October 3, says: Gov. F or
ator wu to-day shown the dispatch from Rl<-h
ttond, Va., stating that the virglala authorities
have bad difficulty in getting fugitives from jus
tice when they couie into this state from the old
Ifcxnlnloa. and that the governor had refused to
honor requisition:! nude by Gov. Lee. In answer
to a question, Gov. poraker said that but two re
quisitions had been received from Virginia since
he came into office. The nrst waa refused because,
he says, the papers on their face showed the
prosecution to be a blackmailing seheme. The
aeeonJ requisition was for a man named Chlell at
Hamilton, and was honored anl Odell wu arrested,
but was released on his own recognizance that he
might come and see tbe governor and present his
case. This he did, and tne governor revoked the
order temporarily until he could examine tne
cage more luily. After examining tnepaprshe
found they did not comply with the statutes or
Ohio in Important particulars, and on the advice
or the attorney-general refused to honor the re
quisition. These facta were transmitted to Gov.
Lee, of Virginia, with a full s?ateiuent of the re
auirements of the ohio law*, and another requlal
kin for Oleli *w received as detective as the ttrst,
a:.d ror the same reason was not honored. Gov.
Poraker. It Is understood, sent a letter to the
Virginia governor to-day which is likely Co bring
Uie affair to a crisis very soon.
A Haitian Advrnlurp??,
M 4 RRIKL) 9LXTKKN TIMES, NOW BENT TO SIBERIA.
A New York H'vrUtspecial from Vienna, txtober
1. says: The Kussiun adventuress, known as "Tlie
uolden Hand," has been condemned by the tribu
nal of Moscow io tran-i>ortatlon for life to Siberia.
This extraordinary woman has been married no
less than sixteen times, and Is described as being
remarkably handsome. tier husbands have be
longed to all natlonadtles and creeds, hue ran
away Irvm iwo In France and three In Germany,
carrying off as much of their property as she could
lay hands on. She was In Vienna in H?7H
under an assumed name, she has robbed
her different husbands altogether of more
than 300,000 roub.es. When traveling
she Invariably made dupes and then
disappeared with their money and Jewels. She
waa sent to Siberia some years ago, but the chief
overseer oi the prison in wnit h she was confined
became enamored of her and rau away wltn her to
Constantinople, where a marriage took place, .she
soon left this husb nd as she had the others. The
adventuress speaks Russian, German, French.
English, and Roumanian. The lawyer entrusted
wlih her defense uas had an opportunity of ex
periencing her skill as a pickpocket. When he
went to see her In prison alter ihe trial sue as
sured him of her gratitude and asked him to ac
cept as a souvenir a gold watch and chain which
she piaced on th turtle before him. lie at once
recognised It as his own,which she had just picked
from his pocket.
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Junior American Protectant*.
in* ACTION OF THB PITTSBCKU SCHOOL BOARD DK
NOL'NCKD.
The National Grand L'?dge of the Junior Ameri
can Protestant Association, In session at Head
ing, Pa., adjourned yesterday morning, after
adopting resolutions condemning the action of the
Pittsburg school board electing a Catholic priest as
principal of the Monongahela public school
and declaring that "the catholic church Is se
cretly atid taslduoualy at work establishing her
self in our midst tor the destruction of that most
glorious privilege, liberty of conscience, which to
preserve inviolate should be the purpose of pro
testant citizenship and prousstant Christianity.''
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A Diver'* Awful Expeiienre.
TINNED TO THK BOTTOM BV A ROCK THAT HAD
FALLEN ON HIS LEO.
A telegram from Portland, Me., october 4, says:
Gardiner Floyd, a well-known diver of this city,
had an awful experience many feet unaer water
at Mattawamke tg a few days ago. He was at
work on a foundation for a coffer-dam at the site
of a pier for a new bridge for the Canadian Paclfle
Railroad. lie had put a chain around a big rock
and given the signal to hoist it, when a large piece
of the rock broke off. it fell upon the diver,
knocked him down, and pinned one leg and foot
t" the bottom. Ills crowbar was just beyond his
reach, and he reared every moment that his air
supply would give out. The bottom was of mud
and gravel, and ratner soft. Mr. Floyd settowork
touig himself free with his hands. As fast as he
undermined the rock he propped It with small
stones. He dug away for dear life for Just halt an
hour before he succeeded In getting his ieg Tree.
Jiis air hose was resting on two points of a ledge,
but by carerul handling he got It straightened out
and gave the signal to hoist. He was completely
exhausted when he reached the surface. His foot
and leg were batily braised, but no bones were
broken.
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Spie* and >ina Van /andt Quarrel.
Chicajro Special to the New York World, October 4.
Nina Van Zandt and August Spies, her alleged
proxy husband, had a bitter quarrel In the county
j.dl to-day. Nina visits the condemned anarchist
everyday. When she came to-day she began to
upbraid him for writing to another woman. She
had heard that he had written affectionately to
the young woman to whom he was engaged before
Nina fastened her affections upon him. and whom
It Is said he still loves better than his erratic
proxy wife. Spies Is said to have told Nina with
much spirit that he would write to whomwever he
pleased, at which there was a grand upheaval of
tears and sobs. The anarchist heart softened then,
and Spies premised to leave his former love alone.
R and O. Shops Kkstmi on Full Time.?In the
early summer the Baltimore and Ohio Kallroad, In
home of the car building and machine shops at
Mount clare, and In all the machine shops on the
line or the road, reduced the working hours to
eight, because there was not work enough to em
ploy the hands on full time, and the pay was re
duced. Tuesday, In all the shops, ten hours for
a day's work was resumed, with pay for ten hours
?>
A Bridegroom WiTHorr a BRinE.?Adam P.
Leese, a Heading, Pa., bridegroom of but ten days.
Tuesday applied to court for possession of his
wire. >he was formerly Margaretta K. Davis,
daughter of Frank K. Davis, a merchant. Leese Is
Davis driver. Three weeks ajco Miss Davis went
to pnlladelphla on a visit. on Sunday, Septem
ber ???, Leese met her by appointment. Together
they repaired to Camden, where they were married
by Kev. L W*. Bagley. Mr. Davis had strenuously
?>ppo>ed the in,it' ll and now refuses to permit his
daughter to see her husband.
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The Nebraska republican state convention yes
terday nominated for judge of the supreme court
Judge Sam'l MaxwelL
Twenty Per Cent eduction
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PRIOR TO REMOVAL TO loTil AND F STREETS.
OCTOBER 13TH.
H. F. WOODARD k CO..
MEN'S FURNISHINGS,
143^ New York Av#
Gs X. K.EEN,
TAILOR,
414 9TH ST. X. W.
* ALL STOCK
NOW
HEADY.
J CST ^1 OW.
Almost everybody in the cluthintc trade is
;uat now UUiuir whmt sleinnt. iroperb, unri
valed stocks of Fall and *uitr Clothimr they
are o9erinjr. until dictionaries are exhausted in
??arch for stron* descriptive sdjoctivea. Trade
Is lfiHuen<-ed l*ss by w-at ia K?ld than by wh?t
u done, *ud we csre only to state we sre ready
fur Fall and Winter business, leaving the criti
cal buyers who purchase the class of clothiaif
we hsndla to deternane how well we have sus
tained otir reputation for producing the best
clotting sold anywhere.
OEuRuk 8PRANST.
ONE-PRICE CLOTHIER,
>dO 434 bEVENTH STREET.
?TER'? ft DUNOAN'S INFALLIBLE EYE OINT
?cut. s certain c ure for chruLic *ore eyes icrmnu
<1 ssrutuiouk. ft.' seldom rv^iurea all of one box
to OH eel s Si ?rd> aud pwisct cure. i.Sad csrlltk. ic?Us?
wonderful cure*, k or *aic at ill drug stoles. HIW11
?uarts?, 0-3 7th st. n.w. ?jo
?rp
here Abe ^ one Too w ISE
WHO CANNOT LEARN."
None too busy who ran not devote a few moments to
re id our advertisement.
IT IS THE DUTY OF EVERY HOUSEKEEPER TO
STUDY ECONOMY.
We have used every effort possible to place a line of
BARK BARuAlNS beiore the public this Thur-day
ai.d liiday.
Not having suffici-nt space in our column to yive a
fu.l sieciflc ? ti?n. vr- herewith meutiou but a few of
the many offerings.
A lot of odds and ef.ds in Merino Underwear, com
priiiiiff d fferwnt qualities in i a-Ues*. Gents', ami Chil
dren's -hir;? *t.d bi?*irs ^white and red) at bail their
rstf-ular ra.ue
A quant.ty of Remnants in Nottingham Curtain
L?ee# nd Ian y Draperies. consisting of m my sui a
ble lengths and beautitul deslxus, at price* which
surely ou ht effect a sj>eedv *le
11 a-? ol Colored Canton Ylanuel Remnants, mostly
dark brown aud a lew high colors, at 8c. per yd.. retfU
lar va.lie l'J ? and 1 5c
A new in voice <<f Bleached Wamsutta Shee'ing ai d
Pil.?w Casii.ir Ren.nan's, suitable length* and war
rant-.! the genuine uianuf<M ture, at tbe followu.tr low
mroriNi:
i?-s lie.. 5-4 15JV-. and 10-4 25c., which is about >?
lew th n regular market value.
Several ra-es of the well-know.i "Tycoon" Clot'?, in
all the n> w (all -lis-leH in euitsrb desiiruH.acknowledged
to be the be-t iabnc in the market lor W raj pers. at
12 V- (Tenerally sold at 18c.
One ca?-e ol IniiiKo blue Denim Remnants, suitable
for overalls and many other domestic purposes, at
12 He.. standard price lMc.
A nmali lot of Kii. t ut.d 1*1 id Shawls, slitrh ly dam
aged, at 50 aud 75c.. regular vi lue ?1.30 and t'2.
A new line of Astracnan i'lushe* ai d a general as
sortment in Cloaking at the lowest rates possible
A large selection ot Fancy Worsted Fringe*, in all
the latest designs. suitable for furniture m?e in gene
ral. at 1 Oc. a..d upward.
We take this oj portunlty to mention the important
fact that we keep tiie best litie ot Cas-dmeres for Men's
arid Boys' we r li? the city, marked at tne lowest fig
ures possibie. Our s: ?c a! leaders in this del artrnent
consi-t ot scotrn 1 wet da. Kerseys, aud i nion Clotn.
Havnu- established t..e reputation of lieing leaders
in the blanket and Comfort line, it is hardl\ necessary
to mention this department, but will (rive you a Quota
tion of a few specials.
A line o. tub-size Comforts at 65c.
85 do* n of fii-a-s:ze Comforts.made of good calico,
fl.led white cotton, at $1.25.
Our 10 4 "Ciene-ta" White Blai k ?t at 81.
Our ?.ray '?'! histle" blanket a *1
A beauuiul 10-4 Scarlet B.unk' t at *3 50.
Alsjut one dozen of store so.led Honey-comb and
Pi<iue Si read* at le~s than hall th. lr regular value.
LADltS' AND CHILDREN'S < ANTON FLANNEL
UNDERWEAR.
Another bargain besides the many. We are anxious
to close out a stoi k of Indies' Canton Flannel L'nder
?ear w Inch we Imi.Klit cheap. As we do not keep a lull
line It is necessary we close out what we have as soon
as possible.
LADIES' CANTON FI.ANNF.L DRAWERS.
Made of rood quality canton flannel, trimmed with
deep ruffle uf embroidery, made on \ oke. 73c.
Another style, buttoned at the knee, trimmed with
embroidered ruffle, 75c.
LADIES' CANTON FLANNEL SKIRTS,
Trimmed with ruffle of ?nibro.ilery. bunch of tucks
above, made ou yoke, good quality ol flannel, only
$1 -5.
Ladies' Canton Flannel Skirts, deep hem, made on
yoke, good quality flannel, only 4!?c.
Ladles' Cautou hlainit l.extra size, made of best qual
ity flannel, onl> $1 .35.
We have a full line of Cnildren's Canton Flannel
Drawers and Skirts, which vary in price accordiiyf to
size.
Size 1?30c.
" a?;*5c.
" 3?40e.
" 4-4 5c.
" ft?50c.
" a?
" 7-OOc.
" 8?05c.
These are nicely lai-l out on tables on our 2d floor, in
Ladies' Cotton Underwear Department.
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\ ANKEE E
ANKEE JZiNTERPRISE
AND GENIUS H\3 AGAIN TRIUMPHED
AND THE CUP REM AINS IN THIS COUN
TRY. THE AMERICANS DON'T ALLOW
ANYONE TO BEAT THEM IN THE STYLE
AND CHARACTER OF THEIR WORK IN
THE MANUFACTURE OF FINE WOOLENS
THE OLD WORLD LEADS US, BUT IN
MAKING UP THE SAME WOOLENS WE
"SAIL ALL AROUND THEM."
THE PERFECTION OF MEN'S CLOTHING
15 GOODS OF FOREIGN MANUFACTURE
MADE UP IN T HIS COUNTRY. NOT EVEN
THE FAMOUS "POOLE, OF LONDON,"
MAKES UP AS FINE OR AS GOOD A SUIT
AS MANY AN AMERICAN TAILOR
THIS SEASON WE HAVE IMPORTED
LARGELY FROM IRELAND AND SCOT
LAND. PARTICULARLY IN THE ROUGH
FACED GOODS (CASSIMERS, CHEVIOTS
AND FREIZES). ENGLAND, GERMANY AND
FRANCE STILL TAKE THE LEAD IN
SMOOTHER-FACED FABRICS, AND WE
HAVE THESE IN LARGE VARIETY.
WE HAVE ALSO IMPORTED A CUTTER,
NOT FROM "ABROAD," BUT FROM NEW
YORK CITY, AND HE IS TURNING OUT
THE BEST FITTING COATS WE HAVE
EVER HAD. ANOTl ER ONE PAYS SPECIAL
A1TENTION TO CUTTING PANTS, AND IS
FAIRLY ENTITLED TO BE CALLED AN
"ARTIST IN TROUSERS." WE FEELCON
FIDEN1 THAT WE CAN GIVE YOU AS AR
TISTIC CLOTHING AS CAN BE MADE IN
WASHINGTON, AND AT ABOUT ONE
THIRD LESS THAN MERCHANT TAILORS'
PRICES. PANTS MADE UP IN ONE DAY
WHEN NECESSARY.
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F. B. BARNUM & CO..
o3 031 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Celling Off To Close Business
the ENTIRE STOCK of DRY GOODS AT AND
BELOW COSII
SILKS VELVETS. PLUSHES. DRESS GOODS.
FLANNELS, BLANKETS, UNDERWEAR, LIN
ENS AND DOMESTICS, AT LEAST TWENTY
FIVE PER CENT LESS THAN YOU CAN BUY
THEM IN ANY OTHER HOUSE IS TOWN.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO INSPECT OUR STOCK BE
FORE PURCHASING IF YOU WANT TO SAVE
MONEY.
TIIE STOCK MUST BE S&LD AS SOON AS POSSI
BLE.
PLEASE COMF. EARLY IN THE DAY TO AVOID
THE RUSH AND YOU CAN RECEIVE BETTER
ATTENTION.
STORE FOR RENT; FIXTURES FOR SALE.
S. L. IIEMTSTONE,
?ep2-3m 803 Pennsylvania Avenue.
^ othing Like It
IN THIS CITY
IN QUALITY AND CHEAPNESS
THAN THE
FINE CLOTHING SOLD AT THE
LONDON AND LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO.,
COR. 7TH AND G STS
A Heavy Mixed Cheviot Suit at i*0.
A Heavy Mixed Cassimer Suit at <7.50.
A Heavy All-wool C. saiiner buit at $10.
A Black All-wool Corkscrew, Cutaway Suit at $10.
A Fine Prince Alb rt Suit at 414.
We have a lu.l line of Cutaway and Sack Suits, in
Cheviot and Casaimer. at price* that will aalonish you.
We have a fu.i Luieol Fail and Winter Overcoats at
iH. 47, ??, 410, $ II' ai'.U upwarUa.
We have a lull line ol Boys' suits and Overcoats,
from $4.5o up to i 15.
We have a full line, ot Children's Suit*, from $2.50
up.
We have a full line of Children's Overcoats, from $3
up.
-',000 Pair of odd Paula for Men. Boys, and Chil
dren very cheap, at lue
LONDON AND LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO.,
_ tuiiu 'ituuiauiu. u.#.
0*ERSH IjOCKWOOD & Co.
TAILORS,
176 FIFTH AVENUE.
O. Lock wooo. >EW YORK.
1HOS. PlTkJUlAX. Sl-Olil
EDUCATIONAL.
MVS uiL.LIMFSKBtOWT.EY WILT. RECEIVE
a liroi e?t number of pu. lis .or the study o: Iiano.
For erms n itm a 1 1 ? DA l'a no
lio cm * 1 9the?. n.w o6-Im*
~k~ llNTLE.VAN WISHES To OH K LE>8< S ? IN
l\ Greek. Latin, and Kmrlish branches. Excellent
reitreuces. Terms moderate. Address Box 0<_Btar
office. o?-lw*
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TORWOOD INSTITUTE,
A SELECT BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR
YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS.
No*. 1212 and 1214 14th st. and 1407 Mass. ave.
MR. and MRS. WILLIAM D. CABELL Principal.
The three buildings are all closely connected, one
wiih the other, and t ce South and East, with (rood,
open play ground* in the rear. The sanitary appoint
ments ere perleci. and the bymene of the whole estab
bshn ent is in accord witb the latest and moet enlight
ened views upon that important subject.
'I he course ot the study is complete: Primary, Inter
mediate, Academic, and, when desired. Collegiate. with
full dii loma, of which Mr. Justice Miller, of the Su
preme Court of the United States. says: "I know of no
school for youiur ladies whose diploma commands a
hwher resjH-ct thsn Norwood In?t tute."
In Addition to tins course of stud^. which embraces
a thorough English education, advantages of tl e first
order are provided m all other brancht? ot polite and
elegant culture adapted to the finished development of
girls.
Terms have been made as low as is compatible, in
this city, with the complete comfort of such an estab
lishment and the employment of fine talent in each
I'ei ai-tmeut of Instruction.
References: '1 he patrons of the school. o5-lm_
rpHE OI.NEY INSTITUTE, THE MISSES DOR
A SLY, Principals.?English. French, and German
Scbocl lor youns Ladies and li ttl ? ins. The second
session begins on Mondav. se> tender 2H, 1887. For
circulars a|j ly to the MISSES DORSEY, Olney 'nsti
tute, .1122 P St., West \\ashingtou. s3-eo2m*
WASHINGTON S' BOOL OF 1LOCUT ON AND
Oratory, 1)04 M st. n.w.. Mrs. M. STEVENS
HART, Princii al. Voice Culture, Elocution Laws
of Oratory. Diplomas awarded. Elective: English
and lolie?re Preparatory. o4-lm
(STAMMERING cured.?REFERENCE TO RESI
del ts of Washington snd others who have been
permanent V cured. Scientific methods. No secret.
No tr.ck. Mrs. M. S'l EVLNS HART, Principal V* a-h
imrton School of Elocution. o4-lm
fJIHE INTERNATIONAL CYCLOPEDIA IS THE
J. most comprehensive, cheapest, and best educator
oi modern times. Circulars free. Corresi>ondeiice
solicited. Agency at 122H 6th st. n.w. o3-tit*
DHAWING AND PAINTING TAUGHT BY COM
l etei t teachers. Tero.s $3 per month, three* les
soiis (i week. Special classes lor children on Saturday
at $1.50 per month. Ktuoio N21 11th st n.w. oil lm*
L~ NAECKER.
? Teacher of Violin and Comet,
o.'i-lw# 714 Kst. n.w*.
MI SS EMM A GRA Y (CHRIST IAN SCI E N TI ST)
his returned to the city, and wi 1 receive patients
and pupils ather new resid nee, 11115 G st. n w.ol -lm*
PROF. J. fTgERMUILLER. TEACHER OF PIANO,
Organ, Vocal Music, and Harmony. Especially at
tentive to beginners, as well as to pupils advanced,
till I st. n.w. sl-2m*
MISS NINA CHANDLER. TEACHER OF MUSIC.
Stiecial attention to beginners, as well as to ad
vanced pupils, best relerences; terms moderate. 1112
M st. u.w. ol-lm*
MRS HI ANN'S kindergarten"and > an.n
bS. iTl \NN*S PRIM Alt Y SCHOOL J A->L>
kindergarten normal training class.
1 IN Sunderhmd Place (one block south of Dupont
Circle*. First term beiri us October 3? 1887. sl-3m
Mil. JAMES cauleie:7d~late PROFESSOR at
the grand Conservatory of Music, New York.
"J 22 P st. n.w. sl0-4w*
SIGN OR FA It I \M. FU< M EUHoPU.
l'r jfessor of Italian method of Singinir and Voice
Culture. Applications for lessons 2-11. 0 7 o'clock p.m.
?30 12t* ??17 New^tirkave.
"a n EXPERIENCED TEACHER WILL GIVE IN
1\ structionto persons preparing for college or civil
service examination. TEACHER, 1508 Dili st.s2U-4 w*
]FRENCH SYSTEM <)F SOUND SCHOOLS FOR
English-si>eakii>g people. New York City, Boston.,
Mass.. Pottsville, l'a.. Newark, N. J., Harlem. N. Y.,
Baltimore, Md, Cottage City. Mass., Washington,
D. C. Author's classes. Fall of 1887 New York City,
residence 18 West yiid. Winter snd spriiurot 1>NN
Washington. D. C., residence McDonalu-Ellis Schooi.
T he -Student'sHelp"in six parts. 35 cts. eacli, con
tains in a c. tidensed form nil that is necessary for a
muck nowledge of the French lauiruage. for sale at
Y rtje's
Address V. PRUD'HOMME.
Care of lion. S. S. Cox, 13 East 12th St., New York
city. s30-3m
SCHt (OL (>F ~ M1 SIC < EST A HLIS111D 1877)
1HEO. INGAI.LS KING. Principal. 1305 H st
n.w. Hours till October 31, from 2 to 5 p.m. Church
organ lor practice. se30-4m
RT SCHOOL, ' WEST END. ~
_ 1024 17th st. n.w.
Miss S. W. KF.I.LY. Principal, London Medalist nnd
recipient of i rizes from South Kensington. Circulars
at Ryuemi's, 7th st. s28 liu
\RT SCHOOL-MRS. M. ~hTpIKF\S STUDIO IS
now at 1530 Pierce Place, as formerly, where she
v ill 1*' pleased to meet her classes as usual. Thorough
instruction is given in every branch of art. s2-9w*
\V' AsHINGTt 'N CONRERVATORV OF Ml SIC. ST.
" Cloud building, S?th and F sts. Nineteenth year.
Piano. Organ. \ oice. Violin Flute, Cornet &c. Free
advantages o It. BULLAKD, Director. Je27-4m*
Drawing and painting-national acad
emy of Fine Arts, 804 E St., presided over by
>ir>*. iSlOGENl 11 MOI.RELL, who has h^?l twelve
medals and studied fifteen years in Europe with the
most celebrated artists. To prevent children forming
cur less habits of drawing, they will be received Saturj
daj s. at four ye .rs of aire and upward, for almost noth
imr. Thorough instruction in every branch of art,
from drawing of all kinds to portrait and historical
amtinif. Eveninif classes for ladies and treutlemen
lond.iys and Wednesdays at 7 o'clock. ?27-liu*
A
Si
|^HE LAW SCHOOL
OF THE
COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY.
The twenty-third annual session of the LAW
SCHOOL t>F THE COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY will
open in the Law Lecture Hall of the University (s. e
comer of 15th and H streets), on
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5, AT l? O'CLOCK,
when the Faculty will make several new and import
ant announcements for the comimr year.
New lecture courses have been provided.
Enlaived lacdities tor the use of the I^iw Library
will b*- furnished.
New prizes, one of $100 and another of $50, will be
offered.
The Grailuate Departmen'. or School of Practice,
will be conducted by Profs. COX and MAURY.
F'or catalogues apply to \\. 1). Morrison. 475 Pa.
ave , and 1434 New York ave : Fitch, Fox brown.
143. Pa. ave.; \V. H. Lowdermilk As Co., 1424 F street.
Or address
b23-3io JAMES C. WELLING, Prest.
T.VERNo.N SEMINARY,
1100, 1104. 1116 M et. and 1130 11th st.
French and E tflish Boardimr and Day School for
Young Ladies aud Little Girls.
Academic, Intermediate and Primary Departments.?
Commodious new school buildinvr.containingCHAPl'.L,
SESSION - ROOMS, CLASS-ROOMS, and OFFICE,
withsieaiu beating ai.d best modern improvements,
ready for occupancy tlus tall.
Thirteenth year beirins OCTOBER 0.
For circulars apply to Principal,
s3-4m MRS. E. J. SOMF.RS.
MR AND MRS ALFRED BL'JAC WILL RE-UME
the duties ot tueir School on < ctober 4ili. at
lt?l?> 17th st. n.w. Private instruction in 1 rench.
English, Lrawing, Mathematics. Sc. s22-lm*
fllHE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT-OF HOWARD
1 UNIVERSITY
will, for the benefit of Medical Stud nts, give a thor
ough course in Clinical Medicine. Surgery, Diseases of
W omen, and Obstetrics during the ensuing session at
tlie Freedmen's Hospital as follows:
A M-dica! Clinic every Sundav , at 2 p.m.. by Prof.
T B.llood. A Surgical Clinic every Saturday, at 4 p.
ni? by 1 rof. N F. Grahaiu, or C. 1$. Purvis A daily
Dis|>etisarv Clinic bv Dr F. J, >hadd Prof. Pur . is
will lim't his obstetrical t Itnics to advanced -tudents.
A Surgical Clinic will be iriven every Sunday morn
ing durii.tr the w nter months by Prof. Robert fteyburu
at Providence Hospital.
Dental operations and fillimr of teeth will lie per
formed dullj by Prof John F. R. Dufour and staff.
1 or lulorination address C. B. PURVIS, M. D., 1118
13th st n w s21-lm
TSeORGETOW N UNIVERSITY.
SCHOOL t)F LAW.
FACULTY.
REV. .T\MEs A. DOONAX, S.J.
I'resident of the Univ. rsity.
CHARl.Es W HOFFMAN, LL. D.,
Dean ol the Faculty .
IION*. WILLI AM A. RICHARDSON, LL D?
(Chiel Just.ce U. S. Court o! Claims),
Lecturer on Statutory and Administrative Law and
Leifal Maxims.
HON CHARLES P.JAMES, LL. D .
(Justice >upr< mo Court District of Columbia).
Lecturer on " 1 he Le .din^r Enirlish Statutes."
HON WILLIAM M. MERRICK, LL. D..
(Justice Supreme Court Distr.ct of Columbia),
Lecturer on Constitutional Law, Common Law Plead
ing and Equity Jurisprudence.
MARTIN i . .MORRIS, LL. D?
Lecturer on Lyuity Pleadnnr atul Pructice, Corpora
tions and Admiralty.
JAMES G. VAVNE, LL. D.,
Lecturer on the law ot Real T.state the Law of Evi
dence and Crimiu .1 Ij?w.
JOSEPH J. DARLINGTON, LL. D.,
Lecturer ou the-Ij?w ol i er-onal Pro|>erty, Contracts,
and Negotiable Paper.
JOHN W . Ross, LL. D.,
I^ecturer on Comuiou Law Practice i.nd Domestic Re
lations.
GEORGE E. HAMILTON, ES0?
Lecturer ou the Law ot Partnership, Torts and Testa
mentary Law.
MOOT COURT.
Circuit Court?Pliol. JOHN ROSS.
Court ot Api eals?PIR/Fs. CH ARLES W. HOFF
MAN. WILLIAM M. MERRICK, and MARTIN F.
MORRIS.
SAMUEL M. YEATMAN, Esq.,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Introductory lecture and announcements for the
ensuiu-r term at the Law Bit idu.g, corner Oih and
1 streets northwest, on WEDNESDAY, October 5,
at i) 30 p.m. All interested aru most cordia.iy m
vite<l to attend.
A Horary comprising nearly 1,000 volumes of care
fuliv seli-cted text books and i*|>orls, with commo
dious reading rooms attached, has been > sta dished
in the Ijiw Building, aud will be open from 8 a ui. to
10 p m. uaiiy, except Sundays, to students and aiuiunl
ot tue school.
'1 be Secretary' can be seen at the Law Building
from ti to 7 p in. d^ily for information, enrollment,
&c. circulars giviug course of study, terms. &c.,
can be had at bookstores of Morrison, ttradicy Adams,
or Angliui, or on application to the undersigned.
S. M. VEA'l MAN,
eld-lino Secretary.
Medical and dental departments.
National University, Mt. Vernon Place, corner
stii ai.d K sts. n.w. Tue fourth annual session will
betrin MONDAY, OCTOBER 3D. 1887, at 5:30 o'clock
p.m., aud eud April 30th. 1888.
For further uilorm^tiou apply to?
a. U. BARKER, M. D . Dean,
*17-lmo 1110 H st. n.w.
MLLE. LUCIE 8TAIN13RON KLOTZ WILL RE
sume iuntructiuus in i'reuch at her Rooms, 1332
G si. n.w., October 1, 1887. Day Class and Evening
L'liuJ. ol-eo2w*
MOORELAND SEMINARY, FAIXS CHURCH. VA.
Opens October ;td. Healthful R^atiou. Thorough
e>...catioU. Delufbtful home. Large grounds. Trains
trom Baltimore aud Potomac depot. Telephone to
Washiuxton. Address Box 13L s20-eo4i*
MAPLEWOOD IN8TITUTE, FOR BOTH
t7iJlrU sexes. Concordville, Pa. Instruction
tin roturh. Students prejiared lor College or business.
Backward pupils privately tutored, social care to
littie boys. No extiu^ JOS. SHORTLlDGE, A. M.,
Principal. Jyl0-eod3m
MRS, GEO. C. CHIPMAN REOPENS MONDAY,
Septeudier 20. her school at U2W 18th st. u.w., 2d
uoor troiu K st. Faitniui work, missed lessons re
st Uuied until perfected b20-3w*
INSTRUCTION ON THE VIOLIN!
Mr. H. DONCH will resuiue glvliMr lessons
SEPTEjiibEU 10.
Beside nee, 608 H st. n.w. sl2-3tno
EDUCATIONAL.
Madame a. fele having returned to the
illy. is read) to resume her French classes and
private lessors, both d?j' and evenin*. i of circular*
addre?s at her new residence. 010 15th it, n.w., near
the Arlington HvteL ?10-lm*
MRsTz. D."BUCHEB AND MISS ADA B. CONN.
Teachers ot Piano, Organ, and Vocal Muaic,
1S30 l.">th st n.w.
Miss Conn will accept engagements aa an accom
panist. al7-lm#
L>~SES BURR'S ENGLISH AND FRENCH
School for Girls
Will reoi<en September 28th.
slC-lm* i:tQ8 H st. n.w.
MISS HILTON'S ENGLISH AND FRENCH
School lor Youmr Ladies. Reoiens October a,
h'-l Vermont ave. Hours reserved tor private instruc
tion to adult*. al7-2m_
1LABEN8 SCHOOL FOR GIRL8T~SEMINARY
j Hill. Ya.. H miles south of Washington, reopens
Septeml>er 20. Location unsurpassed. Ten expe
rienced prolct-sors and teachers. Address MISS G. A.
WOR'l HI Mi l ON. P.O. B< \ 1 Alexandria, Va. s7-lm*
GR X DI D sniO 'L AND KTNDEEGARTFV NEAR
M \S8 AVE.. 1127 i;tin st n.w. Tw?Hth year.
Nmnln-r of jupils limited. Principals: Mls.s SUSIE
P( il.L? >CK. formerly of Boston, educated in Germany,
aid MISS CATHERINE NOEHH. s20-4w*
PR IV A TVf INST R U CTIOH THE BEST.?PROFT Z.
RICHARDS will continue to prepare pupils for
College. Civil Service, and lor special employments, at
i:t01 Corcoran st. sla-lin'
\f 1 I~T; M a it INI'S ACADEMY* OF DANCING
1*1 will oi en (-aiurdav. Sej tcml>er 04. IH87, at 2
o'clock p. m.. Masonic Hall. For particulars send for
circular. sH-lm
Tmii: cedars-a boarding andday school
lor young ladies and little girls. Reopens Octo
ber 3; pui ils classified Se|tember20 and .50. Supe
rior advantages in Languages. Music, History, and
Literature. Address MISS EAIILE, luio 35 th st.,
Washington. D. C. sep5-3m
Medical departmen t~of~georg f.t wn
UNIVKRSITY.?The Thirty-ninth Session will
begin \m h an Introductory Address hy prof. J OS.
TABrR JOHNS* >N, on MoNDAY, OCTOBER 3, at 8
o'clock, at the Codege Building.nu H, l*?t ween !Mh and
loth sts. n.w.. to winch the profession and the public
are invited; alter w inch date the regular lectures will
bet/in daily at 5,:i0 p. in. For lurcher information
u| ply to J. W. li. LO\ EJUV. M. I).. Dean,
slO-lm 900 12th st. n.w.
CiKAYON PORTRAITS.?WILL TEACH ANYONE
/to ma.e a ( rayon Portrait in 15 lessons; no knowl
edif? ot drawing' necessary. Satisfaction guarunteed,or
no pay. J. \V. REY NOLDS.
sl7-lin* Room 13. May Budding,cor. 7lh and E sts.
rjMlE Mo DONALD-ELLIS SCHOOL,*
I Cor. Massachusetts ave. and 17th st.
English and French Hoarding and D,y School for
Young i.s ilcs and Little Girls.
Fiftii \ear lieirins September 2S. 1SH7.
Primary, Intermediate, Academic, Wellesley Prepar
atory. Art and Musical Courses taught by a corps of
nineteen teachers. Tuition includes instruction in
English, 1 ri-nch, Latin, Penmanship, Clas< Dr winir,
ami Class Singing. A rfpecial herdie is employed lor
the use of pupils in distant paria of the city. For cir
culars address the piincipaL MISS ANNA ELLIS.
sl4-3m
Miss TACIE A. DANIEL WIEL RESUME LES
sons in vocal and instrumental Music September
20th. 715 5th st. n.w. sSO-lm*
12i LOCUTION
If tlie Art of all Arts?no person's education 1bcom
I letc without it."
">o bruiicn oi Education is more scholarly, refined
and iiseltil. an none i ays belter at the present day,
than Elocution."
'I he Collegiate Courses open October 5.
1. The Noii-I'rofesMonal 2. '1 lie Professional. The
Non-lTofess i.mii is t. r those who wish to study Elo
cution as an EL KG A NT Al.T lor Home and Society,
and as an accomplishment w hich tonus an important
part of ever> .tiiitt-hul Education.
1 he Proiessional Course has two divisions: 1. ORA
TORY . 2. AC'llNG. There are also short Coui'es
and Private Lessons.
I he College tea. lies: VOICE CULTURE, ART ICU
I.ATIoN. PRONUNCIATION. ELOCUTION. ANAL
SIS. Expr'-snvc Reading. Bible ai.d Hymn Heading,
SH AKEsPEARE, English Literature. CONVERSA
TION. Physical Har.noliy, GES1IRE, ORATORY,
Oral - * - 1 - - - - -
nienti
lnime,
RllIK ll lC and LOGIC.
! ublic Graduating Exercises occur in Juno,
The College lias a Dramatic llall, with stage.
Send tor Large Illustrated Catalogue, witli full de
scription of College Courses; also. CONTESTS.
PRIZES, HONORS, etc.: also, catalogueon the CURE
oi the DEI E< "1 S nt Sl'EECH . anil the School of Deep
Urea tinner. Diplomas and Degrees conferred.
THEMARTYN COLLEi.Eof ELOCUTION and ORA
TOlt 'i,
313 fith st. n.w., half a block east of City Post-Office,
au:.'0 W.'iSljiutftou, D. C'., P. O. I!oX 201.
N. Physical llarnu-ny, (iI S 1 I RE, ORATORY,
Translations. Extemporaneous St?ech, larlia
tarj 1 ractice. PElts. >N AL MAUNE i lSM, Panto
le, Personaiioii. ACTING. Comedy, DELS All XL.
M1E CORCORXN Sf ENTIEIC SCHOOL,
Ci>Lt MUIAN I'NH Elt - ITY, D. C.
1 ..
'lhe folio wiutr courses of instruction in this Depart
iii* nt w ill comment e i ?CT< tBEU U, l>sS7:
ENGI.EsH?l.h. tone. Eo?ic. English Lan^uatfe and
Literature. History.
MATHEMA 11('s>?Alueora, Geometry, Trigonometry,
An lyticai Geometry Calculus
MODEilN LANtiUAGES? 1 iei.chand German.
CHI MI> !RY?General. Analytical and Assayitix.
M N l.RA E< Hi i ? 1 lieoreticai and Deiertninaiive.
DRAWING Mechanicul and 'lot ourraphical
PHYSICS?Heat, Light, Electricity. Acoustic and
Pneumatic, and a special course iu Electric
I.iif litinir.
ASTRi ?N< i.MY'?Descriptive and PracticaL
ME1 EoROLOUY?Iheory and Methods of Signal Of
fice.
CIVIL ENGINEERING?Mechanics. Descriptive Ge
ometry. Theory of Instruments, Railroad and
lJarE-or Survtyintr, &c.
PHIL< ?Sol HV?Mental and Moral.
Courses oi Lectures on Botany, Zoology, Anthro
pol< try and Geolotrv.
Studi?-s begin ai ti o'cli? k p.m.
For infoi mation apply to
sell, lm E. T. FRISTOE, Deam_
Martyjcs commercial collegf?
:!Li 6th st. n.w . near City Post-OlHce.
lhe Highest Standard business College in America.
Day and E\ei.imr Sessions students can enteron any
week day. Catalogue tree on application at College
Office, on first rtoor, tiviu y a. in. to 0 p. m? or by mail.
I. <?. MAUI YN. President; C. K. U UN Elt, C. E... A. M.,
Principal. slt>-3ni
CtAlin)L HllLL KINDERGARTEN AND >CH()(
/ 22 st. h. ??? Miss Cornelia f doi den pr.n
cipaL Eleventh year Opens Mondav. October 3. Eor
circular Mid iiiforiuation ai. dress the pr.ncipal. sl5-lni
VuRADUATE OF HARVARD. TEACHING IN
Wash iirTton, desires pup Is smtrly or in small
classes. Inquire of MR. JAR\IS BLTLER, 0114 F st.
n w. sij-dm
SPENCER IAN BUSINESS COLLEGE. COR. 7TH
ami i> sto. n.w.?A prac leal business education that
qualifies young men and women to supi>ort them
selves alio successiully perlorm the active du ies of
liie. Thorough instruction given in Rapid Writing,
the English Ijtm-'iiag-o. Correspondence, llapid Calcu
lation, Book-keeping, Btisiutss Practice. Civics, or
Science of Citizensliip( Stenography, and lype-W'ri
tm_'. Regular Day and Evening' Sessions resumed
'IIIE'RSDAY, Septeu.lxT 1, at 0 a.m. and 0 p m.
Oliice open for urraTigements. dv the year or quarter,
on atid alter Monday. Atlgtist 20. A Full Corps of
'1 ea. hers. 1 Ultion tees?Regular business course, day
(sessions, one year. *<0. | ayable $10 on entering, and
balance in monthly installments of ?10 each; a year
scholarship, paid mtnil on entering, iftiO; tuition i>er
(juarter ot ten weeks, ?2<J, paid on entering. Night
Sessions?Tuition: ill) tor three mouths, or #50 for
one year. Scats are ussi^ued in the ortler of registra
tion. special advantages secured by being present at
the opening of day or night sessions. Illustrated Cir
cular sent tree on applh ation.
Hl Ni.V C. SPENCER, Principal.
MRS. SARA A. SPENcEU, Vice-Principal. au0
RLINU'lON fcAHEMY,
?>21 7tii st., opposite U. S. Patent Office.
A Select School lor Roys and Young Men. Autumn
term begins SEPTEMBER 12. Day and Evening ses
sions. Caretul and thorough instruction in the com
mon English ! ranches. Rookkcepiug. Shorthand,
Higher Arithmetic. Algebra, Geometry, Latin, and
Greek. BUUION MACAf EE, A.M., M.D., Prineii>aL
sl-.lm
1" ."Mil ENDS' si EE( 1 SCili ?o"l,7 fs'l 1 I STTn.W*., A
Primary. Intern ed,ate and High School tor both
sexes, l iltii year lagms sElTEMBEl. 20, in an en
larged building with larger corps of teachars, all pro
fi ssionai. lnatructi'iu ill Euiriish, Mathematics,
Li11guages and Science, lupils prepared lorcoilege
or business. Individual training and special advan
tages to apt pupils. Lalxiratory work ami calistheuic
drid. lhe school is well mij plied with charts, reler
ence bo< ks and physical and chemical apparatus, of
fice hours lo a in. to 12 m. ror catalogue a dress
'1HOS. W. SIDW ELL. Principal. au30-3ui
M l. ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE^
Course of stiaiies: classical and Commercial.
Icrms: Boarders per session ot live months, #100.
Day students according to grade. Studies will bo ro
tsi.u.ed oil MC.vDAi, SEE 1 EM BER 1SS7.
AiUiiu^s BUo. JoaEPli, Director,
Carroll P. O.,
taltimoro County, M l.
riease send for a Catalogue. Jyi?-dm
AI Ol'N'l VERNON INS11TUTE,1.">:$0 I HT.-SE^
X'l leel English and French school lor Oirls, re-opens
UC tOBEli ii, lbST.
s0-2m MRS. CHAS. W. PAIRO,Principal.
JJltlVATE LESSONS IN ALL GRADES OF
f-tudy . to adults confidei,tial; ] re pa res lorooiitwfc
Anuai cli?. W est Point, all examinations.
tt?N HY INSTITUTE, a.w. cor. hth iuiu K ?U.n.w.
C~ IOLL1ERE HOME AND DAY SCHOOL lolt BOYS
/ uu .er 14 > ears of age. A lew ( ui lis taken in the
family. I I ClE.v E C. I^OLLII Ui., A.M. Washington,
D. C.I 133,s I st. n w.. near Ar;in#tou Uotei. Opens
Cctol er .i. closes June 1.
" lii:-.a:itane< us Art of Never Forjyettinjr. "?See
Speciai Notices. s(i-3m
MISS ROSA POEsCHE'S GERMAN-ENGLISH
school and Kindergarten reopens Oct. 3 (4th year)
Conveyance tor pupils living at a distance. Circul.rs
at 1224 12th at. n.w. Private lessons. au27-2m*
l^RANZ SHAEFER. L\TE OF PHILADELPHIA,
Teacher of Vocai ltnd instrumental Music,
sl-3in 1232 13th at. n.w.
JASHINGTON ACADEMY OF TELEGRAPHY,
031 1- st. ii. vv., rooms 7, S, audO. oclb-l'Jm*
PIANO LESSONS.
MISS CLARA HARRISON.
Pupil of Wm. Mason, N. Y..
sO-lm* 013 M st n.w.
TtlARTYN'S COLLEGE, 313 GTH ST. N. W. DE
i artmeiil ol n.oderu lamruatri-s un ler thed.rec
iionol i'rol. C. Fontaine. French." Gerinnn. si anish
liali. n tau ht by good native teachers, conversational
method C.a.ssi:s on Tun-day, Thnrsdsy, and Satur
day evenings; ter es reasonable; no inure thau six
I Ui'ils i i ;. cl ass. First term begin*ou October 4 Ap
pl> at he College Office. llS-IlU*
|2?) 'J FIFTEENTH ST. nTwT ~
'lue aiis-es KERR'S lonff-estublislied Day School for
Youuk Ladies and Children will reopeu
W EDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2L
For information apply as above.
No home study tor children under twelve.
A limited number of scholars will be received aa
boarders. al7-lm
X ATIONAL COLLEGE OF PH ARMACY.?THE SIX
teentli Session of the College will begin on TUES
DAY. OC1OBER 4,1SS7. 1 he Preliminary Examination
beiore .Matiicuiaiion, and tiie Examination tor Juniors
who wish to enter the Senior Classes, will be held at
tll^i >1 i .a?. lluli urtut 11 u-aut ?< .*?*>.. _ .. # 1 ? . ? >S
o'clock p. in., eveiy day af.er the 24th of September,
or to R. L ELIOT. Secretary,
sl7-3w 1001 M at. n.w.
PIANO AND ELOCUTION LESSONS. - F. G.
CHURCH, pupil of the New Inglaud Conservatory
ol Muaic. Bo? ton, will give instruction in the "Illus
trated Scieutihc S ethod.' Miss M AY E. DAiSH
will have charge of tho 1 Jocutiou Department. 1000
10th at. n.w. a21-lm
w OOD'S iJoMMERCIAL ScHOOL,
000 F st. n.w., oi en for ladies and gentlemen.
Distraction in Book-keeping. Orthography, Penman
ship, Arithmetic, Geography. Grammar, History, and
Government ot the United states. Two classes: From
5 to 7 and 7 to 0 p. m. xuition: #5 per month.
COURT F. ttOuD, Late Principal Public Schools,
Hesperia, Mich. aulh-3m
rj^HEBERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES,
W ASHINGTON, 7S3 14TH RT. N. W?
Boston, 154 TremontSt.; Brooklyn. 40 Court St.;
New iork. 23 W. 23d SL; Phila., 1523 Chestnut at
Thorough traininx- in French. German, Spanish, Itc,
Con vers* tii'iiul knowledge in ONE or 1 WO Ti-KJlS.
# 10 in small classes; also private lessons,
iughest rei-reuccs. Terms begin now. slQ
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
HALLET t DAVI8 PIANOS IMPROVED BY NEW
patenta. Uprights a specialty. We keep a fine
sum k of oiip Pianos, which are selected with special
care for oar Washington stent, and which will beaold
at the lowMt aid on ?S?th2?
menta. HALLET 4 DAVIS OQ., SllSthaC u!w.ol
Decker bbor pianos, famous fob" rich
liens and beauty of tone. Enuwn everywhere aa
the highest gTade instruments
- - bANDERS k ST ATM AN.
ol-3m U34 Filnw
PIANO!
FOR RENT, AT
. _ 8ANDER8 * STAYMAVS,
_.p1'3? 034 F st. n.w.
WEBER PIANOS FULLY MAINTAIN THUR
great reputation. Finer than ever in tone and
workmanship. 8ANDKBS k 8TAYMAK,
_ol-3m 034 I at n.w.
PIANO RENTING
A SPECIALTY, AT
?M
erate pnoe, easy terms. 6ANDER8 k s A*MAN.
ol"3ni 034 F st. a.w.
PIANOS "
FOR RENT, AT
- SANDERS k STAYMAN'S,
_ol-3m 034 F st. nTw.
THE NEW ESTEY "PHILHARMONIC" ORGAN
and other st> .es for cLurch m.d rbapel u?e. Ester
onraus eight stops, *80 Monthly payments of ai
New styles. SANDEKS k ST AY MAN,
ol'3m 034 F st. n.w.
Victor Becker,
Expert in iuuing and Repairing of Pianos and Or
gan s. ~o years experience. Work warranted. Ibices
moderate. Fine Pianos for rent and sale. Terms
easy. W arerooms 801 9th street n.w. sl3-3m
HE!i??, ^ PIANOS?GRAND, SQUARE
and I.plight The most beautiful and perfect
piano made. J No. F. ELUs fc C.O..
sl4-lm 937 Pa. ave., near 10tli st
?f ASON k HAMLIN UPRIGHT PIAN08, WITH
iJAimproved method of striniring.
, , , ?JN0- ELLIS & CO.,
814-lni 03? 1'a. aTe . i.ear 10th at.
BF.HR BROS.' UPRIGHT PIANOS. WITH
damper attachment and otheif improvements, by
winch tlie piano can be rendered almost silent;
iijvaluable for those who w:sh to practice without
disturbing their faiiilly or neighbor
. . . J NO. F. ELLIS At CO.,
931 Pa. live., near 10th st
C1UILD8QUARE AND UP IGUT PIANOS; THE
I beet medium grade piano made
I .,i JNO. F. ELLIS & CO..
_?14-lm 037 Pa. ave., near 10th st. n.w.
PIANOS IN GOOD PLAYING ORDER, PAT
able io per month. JNO. F. ELLIS & CO..
sl4-lm 037 Pa. ave.. near 10th st.
New pianos, square. upright~and
Grand, at moderate prices and easy terms old in
struments taken In payment for new.
... JNO. F. ELLIS k CO..
I Bl4-Im 937 Pa. ave. n.w., near 10th st
Decki rbhos.-square grand piano, with
stool and cover, at a bargain.
JNO. F. ELLIS k CO..
aH-lm 93, Pa. ave.. near 10th st n.w.
WEBER SOU ARE PIANO, IN GOOD CONDITION,
with stool awl cover, at a bargain.
o v, t, . JoHN F- KLLI8 k CO.,
_sl 3-1 m 9.17 Pennsylvania ave. n. w.. near 10th st
Bradbury square pano,in good oondi
tion, with stool and cover, at a batvain
, , ?,-n JOHN F. ELLIN k CO.,
sld-lm SM< Pennsylvania ave. n. w.. near 10th st.
HAIN! S BROS. SQUARE PIANO, IN GOOD CON^
ditiou, with stool and cover, at a b.rvaiu
, ??n , JOHN *? EL"-" & CO,
sl3-lm 037 Pennsylvania ave. n. w., near 0u st.
\VW,EK GRAND PIANO, IN GOOD CON
v? dlllou, with stool, at a bargain.
JOHN F. ELLIS & CO
jti;i-lin 937 Pennsylvania ave. n. w? near 10t? st.
UPRIGHT PIANOS. A LARGE ASSORTMENT,
very little used, at low pric?s.
,, , _ , JOHN F. ELLIS & CO..
sl3-lm_937 Pennsylvania ave. u. w., near 10th st
PIANOS FOB. RENT AT MODERATE PRICEa
Also Moved, Tuned, an<l Itepairt d
i^ ??D , JOHN F ELLIS k CO..
si 3-lrn 937 Pennsylvania ave. n. w? near loth st
W W W OO RRR CCC a. rf ?? -SS
W W W W O O R R C C H H ? ? 8
WW WW O O RRR C HHH SSS
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MUSIC STORE, 9J5 71H ST. N. W.
Pianos and Organs lor rent and sold on monthly
pay me i ts. Agents for New England, Sterling and
THE UNRIVALLED SOHMEH PIANOS
we otter (Treat bargains m ee. ond-Land instruments
Importers of tine violins, lows. sinni's 4c jso 000
copies of o and 10-cent sheet music. Catalo?fiie-i tree.
s5-6m
Chickering and Hardman Pianos
'lo reut and sold on monthly payments.
llanos rei'aired, stored, tuned, and moved.
W. U. METZEROTT k CO..
a"~3 fO.'l Pa. ave.. near'Jth st
G. Li, Wild & Bro^.
709 7th st n.w. Established jRav
Kranich and Bach and other fine Pianos?new and
second-hand?at great bargains tor cash until October
1st.
liunos and Onrans moved, exchanired or routed.
1 unuur and repairiuir honestly dou&
aul3
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PIAN 01
UNEQUALLED TN TONE. TOUCH, WOREMANSHIP
_ AND DURABILITY. "*va,AI,ox"r
SECOND-HAND PIANOS, a tine assortment of
prouui ent makes at all prices.
1'lANOa FOR RENT.
WM. KN'ABE A CO..
Jy *? Sl< Market Space.
Do INot Purctt.are
L'NIIL YOU SEE THK EMPTtanv PMVf).
A thorouKUiy hrst-clBss instrument at a medium prioa.
Over 41,000 now in use.
Second-hand l uuios and organs at i.rices from #10
tcftloO. hold on small lnontulv payments
Lartfest aasoriment of 0-cent Music in the citv
ULNlik EBERBACEL
,D--? 015 ^st
housefurnisTitngs;
We Invite Itou To tiXAMiNE
OUR FALL STOCK OF CARPETS, FUR
NITURE, AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS
WHICH WE ARE NOW OPENING. IF
STYLES ARE NOT BETTER, AND
PRICES AS LOW FOR SAME CLA8S OF
GOODS AS CAN BE FOUND. WE DO NOT
AbE YOU TO BUY.
SOME BIG DRIVES IN FURNITURE.
W. H. HO EKE,
^14 801 Market Space.
Heating Stoves.
In selecting a Heating Stove it will be to your inter
est to inspect our immense asaortment embr cimrall
styles and the latest designs, which we are offering at
low price* Keeping only hrsi-clasa mechanics, we are
prepared to do all kinds of retiring in the beat man
ner, especially LaUoOeuand Furnaces. A call respect
fully MJUCUCll
V' ? b* JENKS k CO..
"I* 717 7thatn.w.
A R P E T S.
We are daily receiving our Fall Supply of Carpets,
comprising all the new patterns In Bigelow, Lowell,
anil Hurttord Wiltons; Bigelow. Lowell, and Hurtiord
Bruisel; Moquitea in choice patterns; Lowell and
Hurtiord lnjrrains; Art Squares, all sizes; Rugs and
Mats in all the new designs; Furniture Coverings;
Curtain Drapery, Lace Cm iaina, and I able Covers in
great variety.
sep2-3in HOOE BRO. k CO.. 1328 F at.
p REP ARE FOR WINTER
Latrobes, Rntiges, Mantels, and Furnaces at low
prices at GAKTiiELL'S. 815 ,th st u w
Repairing of all Kind* promptly dona. Grates and
Bricks always on hand. sl-3m
J. B. Lepreux & Bro.,
Formerly with P. Hanson Hiaa k Co.
A BIG BREAK IN THE PRICE OF WALLPAPER.
For the next thirty days we will sell all Whlta
15c. Papers lor 10c. i>er piece.
All 50c. Paj>tr lor ?J0e. per pieca.
All U5c. Paper lor 40c-. per piece. 10-inch Emboaaad
Ct.lo Lorueit). 4.?c. Other Pa(>er in proiiortion.
All orders lor work promptly executed
J. B. LEPREUX & DUO., 508*7th
7th streetcars j>ass the door. * "w? ' 'uiJi'-B*
SEWING MACHINES, &q
The Sewing Machine
. GIVING THE MOST SATISFACTION
IS THE SILENT NEW AMERICAN No. 7.
C. AUERBACH, 7th and H, Sole Agency D .
All Kinds Rented. Repaired and Warranted.
QUICK SERVICE SYSTEM.
Information and service, concerning sewing ma
chin's, or machine repairing, qulcHly furnished by our
outside machinist ou bicycle; by sendliur oostal or
telephone to C. AUtRBACH, 7th and H. s8
K CTHING EXCEEDS A SILENT WHITE SEWING
MACHINE. Acknowledged by experts as the flni '
mat. bine extant lor "" "
Vorkam' "
tuieand
at. n. w. J. B. RICHMOND, Manager.
AKeut lor Hidl'a F orrna lor Draping Drwaa* Pdc^
>3.00. Also bnivorsal Patierua.
ATTOHNEYS.
C1AMPBELL CARRINGION, ATTORN EY-AT
j Law, Barbour Law buiioing, 4U0
avenue, Waalinnftoii. ix U UesKieiw,^ Ltflb u *4.
n. w. ?.f-f
Cooking By Gta&
A foil line of
CAS COOKING STOVES
In hand and for aal*
mh31 WASHINGTON UAS-LIGHT COMPANY.
H? Bar a
IMPORTER AND TAILOR,
Has the honor to inform yon that his NEW GOODS
have Just arrived.
Mi' bAuli personally flu all garmenU mada In hia
establlahment
1111 Peunaylvania Avenua,
mhl7 * Waahington, D. C.
RAILROADS.
ternExpnee. at 8:10sumdaiiy. wi fe? tpur
Washington to Cliican. agd St. L.h J*. and
iaburtr to Cleveland. connecting at H rtsjurv
The great
_ _ PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE
TO THE NORTH. WEST. AND SOl'THWEST.
DOl'ULK TRACK. fePLE>Fll? 8? ENERY,
STEEL RAILS. MAGNlflCfcNT Q J IP RENT.
Trains leaveWsap^o * ftwm ?uui^ciwMr ol ttgth
_ _ and B attest*, mm follow*:
For Pittsburg and th* West. Chicago Limited Ktptvn
of Pa. ace sleeping Car* at 9 50 am. tUl-yj Fut
Line, 9:50 a. m. dally to Cincinnati and
with sleeping Can from Hamabcr* to Cin. intmti,
and Buffet car to St. Louie; d-dly, *xcept "?* urdij",
to Chicairo, witb 8leepiii(Car Pi.t-ibuig to '*h'cam.
W eetern Express at I
Can Wsshlx
Harriaburg -
with through bl<*ept-n for Louunll* and .?.em turn.
Pacific Express. 10.00 p. m. daily, for httijuiy
and the West, with Uuougk Sleeper Hamaburg to
Chicago.
_ BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RULROU).
For Fne. Canaudai*ua. Rochester. ! uffalo. N.airara.
10:00 p.m. daily, except .--aturday, with Palace
Can Washington to Rochester. _ ,
Fw^illUoiiport, Lock Haven and Elmira, at 9:50 a
_ m. daily, except Suuday. _
For New lor? and tb* tatt T :I6, 9: 0. 11:00 and
11:40am..-2:00, 4:10, 10:00 aud 11:30 n na On
Sunday. 0.00, 1140 a.m, 2 00. 4 lo 10 0' aud
11:2 p.m. Limited Express %f Pu. m?n Parlor
Can, 9 40 s-m. daily except Monday, and 4 00 (un.
_ dally.
For Beaton without change, 2:00 p m. ertry day.
Fur Brooklyn, N. V , all through tr. lu* oounect at
Jersey City with lioaU of Urvoiljn Ann.x, afford
tur direct trainier to Fulton streeUavoidiug doub.e
ferriage across New Vork City.
For Pb ladelphl* 7.25.9 00. 11:00. and 11:40 a.nu
2:00.4:10. 6:00,10 00, and 11 20 P m. On Honda/
9 00, 11 40 a.in., 2:00,4:10,6 00. 10:00, and
11-0 p.m. L luited Expiees, W:40 am. week
day* and 4:00 p.M. daily.
For Baltimore, 6:35. 7:?5. 9 00, 9:40. 9:50, 11 10,
and 1140 am, 12 05. v;:00. 4 00. 410. 4L'0.
4 40. 6 :1 0. H: 10, 10 00. and 11 20 y m. On
Sunday, 0 00, 0:05.9:50, 11 -40 a m . 2 00, 4:00,
4:10, 6:00.8:10. 10:00, and 11:20 P.m.
For Pope'* Creeg Line, 7.25 a m. and 4:40 p.m. daily,
except Sunday.
For Annapolis. 7.25 and 9 00 am.. 12:05, 4:20. and
6 OO p.m. daily, except Suuday. Sunday* 9:00
a in., 4 10 p.iu.
ALLYANDUJA AND FREPERICKSBl'KG RAILW Y
AND ALEXANDRIA AND AbHINGl'ON RAIL
LOAD.
For Alexandria 6:00, 6:45. 8 40. 9:47, 10:57 a.m.;
12 04 noon, 2 05, 4:25, 4 35, 6:01, 8 05, 10 05
ana 11 ;J7 p.m. On Sunday at 6 00,8 40,9 47,
10:57 am.; 2 :30, 0:01, H:0.-? and 10.05 p.m.
For luchmond aud tue South, 6.00, <0 57 am., dally,
and 4:35 p.m., daily, except Sunday.
Trains leave Alexandria for Washington, 6:05, 8:00.
9 10. 10 :15, 11:07 a.m.; 1:20, 3 00,3:23.5:10,
7 :05.9:32 and 10;42 p In., aud 12:15 uiidi.tKht
Suuduy at 8:00.9:10 and
(except Monday). On Suuduy at K-.00.91C
11.07 am.; 2:00. 5 10, 7:0o, 9:32, 10:4::
and 12:1.might.
Tickets and information at the office, northeast cor
ner ol 13th street and Pennsylvania avenue. aud at
the station, where order* can be left f. r tl e-becking of
baggage to destination lroiu hotels and re "idencea.
CHA8. E. PUOH, J. K. WOOD,
General Manager. [*28] Gen'l Passenger Agt.
JJALT1M0RE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JULY 25TH, 1887.
LEAVE W ASHINGTON FROM STATION. CORNER
OF NEW JERSEY AVE AND C ST.
For Chic ago aud North weat, Exp. Daily 10:55 a m.,
9:40 p.m.
For Cincinnati and St. Lou*, Exp. Daily 3:15 and
9 40 p.m.
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, Exp. Dally 10:55 am,
8.55 p.m.
For 1-exington and Local 8tations. 110:10 am.
For Philadelphia, N ewark, and W ilmiugton, 7:30 a.
n.u 1 :'-5 p.m and 4.30 p m., daily, Express.
For intermediate point* between Baltimore and PhU
aileli hia, t5:00 a.m. and t4:35 p.m.
For Singerly and intermediate points. t3:15 n.m.
lor Baltimore, 5:00, 0.:40. 0:40,7 :30,8:30.9:45
a.m., 1:2:10, 1 25, 3:15 (45-lniuute train), 3:30.4 30,
4 35. 4 40. 5:30. 6:45. 7 30. 8:25 and 11 30 p.m.
Sundays, 0 30, 7:Ii0. 8:30, 9 45 a.m.. 1.26, 1 30.
3 30,4 30,4 40. 530,6:45. 825 and 11:30 p.m.
lor Annapolis, 0 4<> and 8:30 am., 1;: .10 aud 4:35
p.m. On buuday, 8 30 a.m.. 4 40 p.m. Luave Annap
olis. 6:40, 8 .30 a.m.. 12:05. 3:50. 0 30 p.m. Sundays,
8 30 a in., 4 :10 p.m.
For Way Stations !>etween Washington and Balti
more, 5 00, 0:40, 8:30 aJo, 12:10, 3 30, 4:40045
and 11:30 p.m. On Sunday*. 8:30 a.m., aud 1-30,
3 30, 4 :40, 6:45 and 11:30 p.m.
lor Stations on Metropolitan Branch. 10:45am..
4 40 p.m., tor principal stations only; *110:10 aiu.,
t.r> 30 and *8:5a p.m. {On Sunday slops at all sta
tions.
lor Gaithersburgaud Intermediate pointa.t9 05a
m., tlii.30 p. m.. r"i:3t.
1 or Boyd's and intermediate stations, 11:20 p. ol.
daily.
Church train leaves Washington on Sunday only at
1 15 p. m., stopping at all stations on Metro|<ol.tan
Branch.
Fur Frederick, 110 :oo a. m., t5:30 p.m. 8undays,
1 15 p. in.
For Ha^erstown. tl0:10 a m. and to:30 p. m.
'1 ran ? arrive trom Chicago, daily, O:,0 a. m. and
4 *.'0 p. m.,. from Ciucini.ati and St. Louis, daily, 0 JO
a. in. and 1:15 p. m.; lrom littabuig, daily, 7:20 a. m.
and 4 20 p. iu.
1 ri.ni l'hiladclphia, Chester, and Wilmington, 10:45
a. m.. 3.05, 8:00, and 9:30 p. m., dally, and 11 50
p. m.
From Hinirerly and it termediate points north of Bal
timore, 10 :l*0 a ui , daily.
Trains leave Baltimore for W'ashintrton at5:10,6:30.
7 30. 9:00. 9:0.?, 10:00. and 10:30 a. m., 1?M5. 215.
3 00, 4 10. 5:05. 0 U0. 6 30. 7:45, 8:30, and 11 ;00 p.
m. On buuda\s. 6:30. 9:00. 9:? 5. 10:00, a. m., 1.20,
2 15, 4:10. 5:05. 6:.'i0. 7:45.8:30, Mill 11:00 p.m.
For pointa on bhenandoah valley Railroad, tdljp.
m.
tExcept Sunday. *Daily.
Ba*rtnwe called for and checked at hotels andrftd
deu- es on orders lett at Ticket Office, 6l0 and 1351
PEN N 8 YL V A NIA A V LN t E.
1
W. 3d. CLLJdLNTV, C. E. LOBTj.
aei 1 ilana^rer. Gen. Paas A Vent.
~>LtDMONT AIR LINE.
Schedule iu ellect septem'^er 5th, 1F.87.
8:30 A. M.?Ka.it Tenu. Mall Daily fop Warronton.
Gordousvllle. Charlottesville, Lynchburg and stattuns
between Alexandria aud Lynchbunr. Blue Rldm
Springs, Allegheny Springs, Bristol. Knoxville, home,
Calera, Monuromery and New Orleaua Pulliuau
Sleeper W asliuurton to New Orleans.
11-24 A. M.?Fast Mail Daily for W'arwnton. Chtr
lottcsville, Gordonsville, Stations Chen. A Ohio llouts.
Lynchbunr, Rocky Monut, Danville and Station* oe
tween Lynchburg and Danville, Greeusboro, luieiva,
Charlotte, Atlanta, Birmingham, Montgomery, New
Orleans, Texas and California. Pullman Sleeper New
York to Atlanta, in connection with Pullman Sleeper*
Atlanta to New Orleans, aud Mann Boudoir Sleepers
for Birmingham. Vlcksburg and Shreveport. Solid
tram* Washington to Atlanta Doe* not connect for
t. and O. loute poiut* Sundays.
2:3o P. M.?Daily except Sunday for Manassaa
Strasbnrg and intermediate Statioua Connects at
R vertoii with -. V. it. U. for Limv. arrivintr 8 p. in.
5:30 P. iL?Western Express Daily for Warreutoo.
Gordonsville, Charlottesville, L uisville, Cincinnati
and Summer resorts on and near L e of Ches. and Ohio
Routa Pullman Sleepen aud Solid Trains Wa?hiug
ton to Louisville; also for Lynchburg, Bristol. Chatta
nooga, Memphis. Ijttle Rock and all Southw<Mtera
Poiuts. Throuvh Pullman Sleeper* Washington ta
Memphis without change.
11:00 P. M.?Southern Express Daily for Lynchburf,
Danville, Raleigli, Asheviue, Charlotte. CoIiuuuia,
Aiken, Augusta, Atlanta Montgomery. New Orieana
Texas and California. Pullman Sleepen WMhingtou
to Montgomery, connecting with Pulliuau Parlor Can
Montgomery to New Orleans Pullman Steepen WMh
ingtou to Aiurusta without chautra
TrtiDS on Washington and Ohio division leave Wash
ington 9:12 A. M., Daily except Sunday, aud 4:45 If.
M. Daily; arrive Round Hill, 11:37 A. M. aud 7-.10 P.
M.: ReturniUK leave Round Hill 6:05 A M. Daily, aud
1.30 P. M. Daily except Sunday, arriving WasUiiurtoa
b 30 A. M. and 3 55 P. M. "*"?
Through trains from the South via. CharlottiL Da*,
villeand Lynchbunr. arrive in Washington 8;i0 A i
and 8 23 P. M.; via East Tenu. Bristol ami Lynch
bunr at 10:45 A M. and 9:40 P.M.; vio. Ches. an J
Ohio Route and CharlotteavlUe at U :40 H M., Stras
burg Local at 9:47 A. M
Tickets, Sleepimr Car reservation and Information
fnruished.aud bauvstre cb'.ckod at office 1300 Penusyi
vuniaavenue, and at Passenger Station, Penusyivauia
luiiirood. (JUi and li streets. JAS. L TAVLOH,
s5 General Passenmr Axopt.
POTOMAC R1YEK BOATS.
V| T. VERNON! MT. VEivNON!
" STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN
Leaves 7th-?streei wh^rf dailv (except ^Utidty for Mt.
Vernon and River Laudintrs an tar down as Giymont at
10 o'clock a. ui. Returning, reacts Washington
about 3:30 p.m. _
si6 ^ BLAKE. Captain.
CTEAMER JOHN W. THOMPSON FOR POTOMAC
55 RIVER LANDINGS.
Leaves 6th st wharf every Sunday,Tuesday, Wednes
day, and Friday at 7 aau. Fare: first class, oOc.: sec
0 d cl <ss. 25c.
Sundays, all landings to Nomini, Currioman, and
Luonardtowu. returuimr Mondays.
luexdayn. all landings to nock Point,returning Tues
day evening, arrivintr >u Wanhiutrtou 9:45 p m.
W ednesday.sll landings to Kiuaaie. returning Thura
duya
triday, all Isndintrs to Nomini. Currioman. and
Leoiisidtown, returning Friday nii-ht, arriving in
W ai-hiUKton Satuniay morniUK at 5 a.in.
For further information apply 6th at. wharf.
G. T. JoNtS, Agent.
Telephone call 94. s2-lm
V ORFOLK AND FORTRESS MONROE.
Xv bA.i. ?. c.a ?.! . 1 lui Ai.
Low fares. The popular, safe and faat Steams n
1 n u LAKE a i 1* ele
gantly furnished throughout, leaves 7th- street wharf
at 5:30 pan., stopping at Pinny Poiut iroing and
returning. Fint-ol iss meals served .i. dining-room
on main a ecu.
staterooms secured and baginm checked at 613.
1351 Peuu. ave., Lloyd's Express Offices aud on
steamer. Telephone call?94. iuyl3-6u?
n^O nokfolk and forIress MONROE.
I '1 he bteamer GEORGE Ll.ARY will leave 7th
street wharf, on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, FRI
DAYS, at 5:30 p. m. Leturniug, will leave Koriolk.
'IttshAih. THURsDaVS ana SAi UiiDlib at 4 p.
id. Exclusive connection with Boston and Providence
steamers. Connect also with r*earner Ariel tor Rich
n.ond, steamers for New York, *id all steaiu aud
raiiroad lines for the South. SecL-rs rooms and tickets
at 019 aud 1351 i t nnsylvani^ sve. aud at Knox's Ex
press. who will also check baggaae from hotels aud
residences. Telephone. No. 745-3. WM. P. WELCH.
Supt. and Geu. Art. sl3
w'ii-A.?iLK k LEAVLS 7TH-ST W HARF
P on Sundays. Tuesday* and Thursday*, at 7 aan.,fjr
Potomac river landings sa iar as fcattox Creek. Onnd
ei's wharf, bun days uown aud Weuuesuays up. Brant's
and Chapel Point, Thursday*, down ana Mondays aud
V fcdneaday* uv.
F i ojl-- >. Agent, 7tb-st. wharf.
JOHN McGAHEE. AlexandrtiTVa.. Amut.
L OR POTOMAC RIVER LANDINGS.
M? NEW IRON STEAMER "WAKEFIELir
.*h*S* ou MONDAYS. THURSDAYS
andbATLRDAlbat7a.m. Returning TtESDAxn,
4T1DA18 and bUNDAl p ni touchinirat kivetismi*
infra as tar as Ktdnim Cre. A. Currioman, Va.,aud la
CltmeutsBay.Md. Connects wiUi B. and O. k U. ?*
hUpberds. See scheuula JOUN R PAlXiETT. Aga
C. h. RIDLLl. Maiiairer. ui?
EmKcrr to new york-i-reight stramj^rb
JOHN GIBSON snd E. C. KNIGHT' leavePK/rtU
t River, N. Y., every SATDliDA\ at 4 pm.; 'othit
.K.au,?, u. ?..?mj BAlVIWal >i? pju.: oU it
hart, Washington, every l'htlkkUilf KUl'diLNA
reight at lowsat ratna
OCEAN 3TEAAli?ite?
SHORT ROUTE lO LONDON.
NORDEUIbCtttR LLOYD l.&Oa
Fast Express Steamen
To Southampton tixindou. Havre), Bnmen.
Aller, Wed., Oct. o,7 a.m.;Werra, ml. ttit. 8. 9 a.m.;
Wed.. Ook lilb. in.; Aider, Sax. m-t 15. Bp.m.
lrav*. Wei-Oct. 19,f :30 a.m.; Inlda, Sat., Oct.
9:30a in.
Coiutortable staterooms, exceUaat tab s, luxurious
saloon ?ppo.ntuieute. irnces: 1st cabin, *75 and up
wards a berth, according to location; SM eaUn. $o5
r ber.h; steerage at low ratea. Apply to
o3 R. F. DROoP. 915 Penn. na
SPECIALTIES.
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ol ihe procraative organs. Female iiregulxMtie*. bar
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tirely cured without the use of Imitate medicine- St
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A Grand (ireeu 'let. 25c. per louud.
A l ca w orth 50c.. Selling for 35c. per pound.
best Golden by run. 40c. l*r iralion.
bhouldcr. Sum- r Cured, 9c, i>er pound.
keuieinber we Lave no connection with otb?r parti ea.
INDIA tea (X).,
>8-th,aa,tu-3m 445 7thava.tr
BaEER'S
breakfast
COCOA.
DELICIOUS. NOURISH 1 NO. absolutely
purr. costing less THAJf
ONE CENT PER cup.
my3-eo lm ase i-?o4 u
LOUR!
Flour t
THE BEST FLOUR IN THE WORLD IS
-c vm |rbr ?**
o kk HRR FE
ocr R R R
vou ERR R R RRR
8 8
"O r
THE CELEBRATED minnesota patent
process.
Beware ci Imitation! of the Name and Brand, and be
?on and aee to it that either aacks or bacrela read
"CERES."
And have the imprint at
TWO GOLD MEDALS
attached. Note yenuine without the two yoid medals.
W. m. oalt ft 00?
al4 whwiaaale Flour ?i Quia Baal?
Faust Beer Faust
i^i^nlt THIS RRER ard BR
WWMHW
faust beer faust
?sis
Engraving And Dit $5inxms
hm. ftlute. g?tt caun-W. .
intra ting on metal and woo?l koanqmamw*"
kllmitid lmtk9p?flmmcuaiik
WOOD AND COAL.
^JOAL 4KU E1NDL1NU WOOD.
A complete assortment of ?U the beat rrsdm of Ooel
Dow ud btnd tad tmritc ooutUnlly *e offer it for
sale at lowest market rate*.
Now im iHt. TIME TO BUT.
All kinds ol Wood, lawinl and eplit. or in the ttlok.
S rCPHENSOM * BBO,
Mill and Depot. 7Ui St wliart
OfBree??ie loth et. 11.W. .a e. our. Peuu. av%
aaM-Tim
^JASH PRICES rOE COAL._
1 urnac* and En White Aah Coal ?."> 00 rer tr?
liaiiire " " - o 50 per *>u
chestnut " " " fi.'.'A i?t htu
bhatuokln or Bad Aah Ooal (all ale*). i*>r t?.u
'1 he above pnoea are lor caab only. and delivery tide
mouth. HEN UK A. CLaI.KI A bo.N,
jyLt-3m umImuw.
JF YOU WANT THE
BEST FTEL HOLD
li the District at fair prices, -all it
JOHN HON brothers,
Who supply more families ?ith
OOAL. OOKE, AND WOOD
Than any firm in the United Mtatee.
Wharvea, Depot, and iuulrmid n;a, i-'uieul Water
Sta k_ w
Main Office: UIO'J F st. n.w
branch Offices 1315 Tlh ?t. n.w., 1740 Fennsf-lvn
niaave. n.w , .id and A it* n.w.. 11 l'J btli nt. n.w. l'-th
and toater aia. a.w.. 4IU loth nt, u ?
Connection with uiaiu <>thc?- by telephone. Jy-K
Y~~ baldwin JOHNSON. WHOLESALE AND BE
? uui law in Cafca.Ooil and Hood. C< iii| M
facilities, bottom prices, lull weight aud n,e*fur>-.
Larire cargoes direct lmui tl.e mine* i.y rail ainl water,
and free lroui impurities '1 be celebrated "lat" WUne
Aali aud "Lot-berry" lied Aah C'<uai* a ai?*ciali>. Wuu
the "Lee" Coal 1 am uow filim*.- the Lrirexl <ien> n*l
Governmruloontiact in the District. s?-nd in your
oniera. Cheat' for caah Maiu Office. cor 11 th at. an 1
h. L an. branch olhoee-oil A at. u. e. and cur. 9th
aud E at*, n.w. Jy^*-^m
MEDICAL, &c.
DR. LEON.
The Oldest Established aud only he. liable Ladies'
Puysiciau In the city,
ran be conaultsd i/aily, 4<j4 c at., b*iw??u 4H and Ota
iu. u. w.
1 ruiupt treatment. Correallotidence aud couaulta
tion atnctiy confidential. Several* room a tor??ii-?.
Offices! ways open. a.i0-d>*
MME DE PUREST, LONu-EHTABLISHtl> AND
reliable Ladles' Physician. can be consulted daiiy
at uer residence, IH) 1 1 at. u. w. Office hour- from
1 to y p. ui. with Ladle* ouly. ?-Jt?-l iu*
Read and be mise?dr. brothers. ??*?mr.
a.w., apj<eared belt re tue aud Uiade >atli that lie ?
toe Oldest Established Eii*rt S|>Hc(alit>t in tbia.ity.
?Ld wili iruaranteea cure in all <-4taea oi |>m ate dj?.-?-te
(1 lueu and lurniah njedlclue, or i.o cLarv cousulm
tit n and adnce tree at any hour dunns tue day r>ub
(cubed aud aworu btiore u.e by Die blK'l Hi lid
bAhl'LL C. ktlLLb, a Notary PublK iu kiiil lor UM
LUmct ot Coluuibta, thla Jd day oX July. ls->j
a.o-ltu*
T HAS NEVEBThEEM CONTRADICTED THAI
_ Dr. BltOl HKKS ia th<< oldeat eatabil>lied a<lvnrtla
linr Ladies' Pliyalcian iu tUm city l^uiea, you can
confidently conauit Dr. BhUlHEltS. fi'il It at. k.k
I', rticular atleuuou paid to all diM-ax> <t !?-? uii .r te
ladice, uiarried or auiirle. iort> yeara' eai?rieuc?.
al-ltu*
1
MANHOOD BE8TOR1 D BY I'HIN'O A BOITLS
or two ol Dr. Ui.OTHLhi)' In viaror<iUnK Cardial.
V ill cure auy caaeoi uet vouadebility uiid loa> ot uerce
power. It Imparlii ri^or to the wliole araw-ui yvKi B
at. a. w. auu'.'>-liu*
DB. MOTT-8 french powders ARE THE
itannard remedy lor all bloud diaeaa* i< caua.ijf
turoat, uaaal. or akin troubles . urinary dtteeeaa cured
u lorty-eurht hours. ln<?, |>er bos.
DR. DODD'S " -
Ni.RViNfc No. i! perrnanentljrrtirsi
Ctunu weakneaa, ioas oi vitality, uerv.ua debility,uCm
. Price, SL beut aealed by mail. 1 or aaie at
tuyll-ly 8XANDl>OKl> S.cor Wth aud f a.w. _
PROFESSIONAL
MME BROOEE TELLS ALL '1 HE EVENTS OF
LUK. All busine? confidential. Ladies aud iren
tlemeu 50 cents each. AOS L etreet. between 4th and
5iii itmU porUwwt.
1IttoF CLAY
X Vk?derfttll'y (Kf*?l Olairroyant and Aetrolnrer.
born With seooud slrht. every hidden mystery level
ed; recovers lost or stolsj pn.ijerty. oaueeeapeedy
ma maces; brti*s eei*r*t*d tmreihern ves success im
bu^iiiear removes ell tanaiy iroublea. betialaotiM
AUbuains-ioouhdeuiUl. Pee 5U. Huurs
6u^V?Mdnyi * ? 7 P.*l Office, 4*1 Wth st. n.w.
na-2St* ?
DivorceTproccibed. at small expense.
tiinimrb competent lawyer*. Quee.lon* answered
tr^^fity .VOHWA Addxe- OOBFlDJtN1AU
DENTISTRY.
Dr iii;?h. lytvMiei, 71* 14AM ti.W.?ILAiH
??|nJ ted Wituout palu, by aiu ot local api'hoaUoB
1" ImUi nlled ?1 i-er
{Tt'tSirSuoiwuncna-.th. operaUonsjf^au
D^"Vi,WB PARSONS, DENTIST. HTH BT .COM.
?e?l ilw 1 illiwr a KpeciJtj . also, the curs of
jjSSm Sit^oot extracthw. A local aueatiieth. used
!?tbf|fn-" alleviatea tns pain ol extracun*. Jald
H T w TALBOIT. DEMIST. 487 7TH 8t_
t- V2,u2f?'iKis
?anted.
THE TRADKS^
I O^AcffiSfb^ok A WD JOB miNTEB*
i Ui> Pst.i^yivanlaavenue. Veehii?n<ii. P.O.
>lM>Pnuuiwaapeci*lty. J?ii

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