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TBESAMHALHKU
Dally Bnnay and Wsskly
BKll NATIONAL nrrUBUOAH COMTAnT
WAsmtiSTOX D CI
tcr littvt IsssmA lo snbserlfcsrsfcy carrlsi tut
rifrr els a month
rjrcsJiiestasrrraid ens year nn
Uxucnths 3 110
lM months 1 BO
It month 60
Jarslsnand Consular Edition free of poit
JtIrttr 9 00
rayatlt Insatiably In ailrancs
IDE WEEKLY KATIOHAL HBPUDLtCAR
Onl j 11 for Two Ysars 1888 and 1880
hlcli includes tba ccnlsst of the ntxt Presidential
Election
llxcIeccTltsfer ont year 70c
Vlnb ot ten for one rear or clubs of fire for
two years IS 00
Ixlr cony mailed fna to party scaring tha
Mat r ms paid
Iitforrciitton of all sorts obtained whtn posslbla
fntnltcrlbna wlthont charge nron application
fJKt1 mannscrlpta cannot tw rstnrned
BtmlttancM other than by postal mooer orders
tut draft or check to the order ot the National
ftaptbltran Company always at lender rlk
w receipt for subscrt aliens returned The date
IB Ike wrapper shows whensnbstrlptlon tiplrrs
ACmttmswIio hare not made or renewed time
Ctntracta w 111 be charged monthly card ratei
SOT All reonetta for conrteelea from railroads
Dlicea of amutement or business ordera art not
tuthorlied unleu signed by the underslsnsd
XHB NATIONAL REPUBLICAN COMPANY
E W FOX rmainoiT AMD MAMAbkh
MONDAY MARCH 5
Amusements
National Km ma Abbott
Xkrnans San Francisco Minstrel
Boon Keep It Dark
Wiliaiip Haii Prof Carpenter
TheManamasPanorama lbth st AOhloav
The National lieiiiiUllcitn In Alux
nmlrln
Mr 1 N C Colo Is duly authorized to solicit
subseilptlons Kud collect lor tlio tame In tho
city of Alexandria both for the Ddlly and
Weekly National RmwitsN He will cs
thlib regular routes lor tho Dally and It will
be delivered Rt rs early an hour as lu Wash
ington
rAHTics desiring the buuday clitlon of
the National licrttiiicAN will please
Evtlfy the ofllco by postal card or otherwise
Mn llitouut of North Carolina and his
Mils are a thoru In tho side ot the free trade
IHinocraey lie stirs them up every week
as the wicked boys stir up the monkeys In
r roenagctlc the stick hu uses being a bill
cr resolution In regard to the repeal ot the
Internal revenue laws
An article published elsonhere lu this
Wue ot the IIcm dlican placing J ml go
Parkers name on the list ol candidates for
the Republican nomination ot Vice Presi
dent will be read with Interest lie Is not
only an able Judge but a popular gentle
man and has many rlends who would de
clare his selection for second place on the
ticket an excellent choice
A notouious Mugwump organ theorizes
that Mr Cleveland Is strong because bo Is
a free trader The Democrats who want
the Internal revenue taxes repealed think
te le weak for the same reason As a rulo
Democrats know more about politics than
ttdrslde partners do but everybody can
Lave a choice and the ltcpubllcan party
will profit by these differences which arc
iLCreaslnc In acrimony
ltusluesa Prospects
The New York Commercial1 Jlitlletiii ono
of the leading commercial papers of tho
country In discussing tho business pros
I ectE under the above caption says
TLc week has been ono of waltlnc n un
certainty It is not to be disguised that the
delay in congressional actiou causes much of
thecmbarrassmci t and hesitation which
business circles Serrlan embarrass
ment would be threatened by the failure of
otpress to make auy provision for tho reduc
tion of revenue It Is known to business men
that tho Secretary of tha Treasury as ho has
ctiirlally stated has used as far as ho deemed
It sarc to uso all the powers at his command
lor the prevention of difficulty arising from
the nccuniulaltoi of money In tho treasury
It Is known that ho tecls tnat he caunot wtn
safety Increase beyond about EiOOOOOGO or lOO
I Kotv the deposits In batiks aul that this
limit has now been reached In consequence
n needy withdrawal of money from clrculv
tloubas again begun because the sum col
lected by tho trcasuiy exceeds the sura which
can be disbursed under existing appropria
tions Already tho curtailment amounts to
rtoutSOOOOOO lo t3cooooo weokly and It is
Lcouu that this shrinkage mustcontinu until
Congress provides somo remedy IUslncss
Dion also know that such a withdrawal ol cur
rency from uso must surely iuvolvo depression
In many markets The rear that depression
may ensue stops enterprise investment and
1 uichescs beyond present needs nud thus on
trlbutca powerfully to a gincral stagnation
VrHss Congress takes some steps In tho matter
1 tlorc long the situation will no longer bo ono
jf mere waiting
We can sec no reason why the Secretary
of the Treasury should feel that he caunot
with safety Increase the deposits In the
banks beyond fifty or sixty million dollars
ss hen for every dollar deposited ho has a
dollar In United States bonds worth from
Kis to lSii cents as security
If the Secretary would loan 100000000
upon such security It would bo tho very
lest possible method of disposing ot tha
surplus In the treasury and banks and bond
holders would be very glud to take It pay
MSM31 Interest upon
III the money thus rcdticingtlTe Interest ou
10O00OOO0 worth 0 United States bands
from four to two million dollars There Is
no law to prevent this disposal ot the funds
ind there Is every reason in favor ot It If
the Secretary has the right as ho un
doubtedly has to deposit fifty or sixty
million be has undoubtedly the right to
deposit one hundred million or moro If the
needs of the country require It
Kmperor Wllllum and the lllatln
gulalied Head
A few nights since Dr Lauer tho family
lbjelclan of tho emperor of Germany wis
tailed to the palace near midnight and
found the venerable mouarch sitting on
the edge ot his bod weeping bitterly As
the doctor approached him the emperor
said Fritzs aad fate svlll not let mo
deep I must Journey to Sin Kern I
must see my son This certilnly Is a
picture well calculated to awaken the
tjmptblcs of tho whole civilize world
Ou the 241 of this month HirbAblanca
as the Germans now call their gray old
monarch will be 91 years old and he will
rrobably live to bury his heir to tho throne
the great sufferer at Sin Uaio Iloiv
many emperors kings and presidents
Jlmperor William has euen sink Into the
oblivion ot the grave The number Is sur
prising Ho has seen lltty two klnjs piss
away from earth eight emperors six popes
and tlx sultans Ho has stood at the grives
of three Prussian klugs Frederick William
11 Frederick William III and Frederick
William IV Two kings ot Hanover have
died during bis lifetime Krnst August and
George V s tsvo kings of Wurtcmburg Fred
erick I and William I four kings ot 111
varla Max Joseph I Ludwlg I Mix II
and Ludwlg II 0110 king ot Westphalia
Jerome Leopold I of Belgium and Otto
I ot Greece three kings of Holland
Ludwlg William I and William II three
kings of England George III UeorgoIV
ltd William IV three kings of France
Louie Will Charles X and Louie Philip
Eve kings of Sweden Gustav IV Charles
XIII Berndotte Oscar I and Charles XV
our klnge of Denmark Christian VII
Frederick VI Christian V11I and Freder
ick VII seven kings of Spain Charles IV
Ferdinand VII Joseph Isabella Ama
deus and Alphonso throo kings ot PorUi
cal Joseph John find Maria da
Gloria five kings ot Ssrdlnla Charier
Kmanuel Victor Emanuel I Karl Felix
Karl Albert and Victor Kmanuel It six
kings ot Naples Ferdinand IMirat Frinz
I Joseph Kerdlnaud II Franz II two
emperors ot Austria Franz I Ferdinand I
two emperors ot France Napoleon I and
Napoleon III four czars Paul I Alex
antler I Nicholas I and Alexander II sis
iultar8 Sellm 111 Mustafa IV Mshtnud
II Abdcl MedJIU Abdul Aziz and Mnrad
Vslx popes riusVI Plus VII To XII
rius Vlll Gregory XVI and llus IX
twenty presidents of the United States
George Washington John Adams JelTer
sod Madison Monroe J Q Adams Jack
son Van Bttren Harrison Tyler Iolk
Tajlor Illlmorc Pierce Buchanan Lin
coln Johnson Grant Garfield and Arthur
Two ot these Lincoln and Garfield ha saw
stricken down by the hand ot an assassin
while ho himself experienced two almost
deadly attacks It Is sad that such n grind
life should be so full ot sorrow at Its close
Mr Scotla Speech Dellvormt by Sir
Milt
The Fort Worth Tex i iatellc handlos
Mr Mills without gloves for bis late alleged
speech at lrovldcnce H I It It so un
kind as to say
Die distinguished cbalrmiu of tho ways
and mean committee Mr Mills has been In
Rhode Island tho guest ot tho woollen intuit
fncturers and whllo cuj lying their hoipltall
ties toot occasion to reolt 5 to them a spo ioh
delivered by Congressman Sirt of Pennsyl
vania tomo weem previously irlilioit Mr
Scotts lioucHy of detail and vvoilth of verbil
nmpllllcatlon
Taking this as a text the Hict pro
ceeds to castigate Mr Mill fjr his free
wool vagaries with a vlr that does It
ercdlt Iarseu Mooro oujht to luve
furnished Mr Mills with nu original ppecch
of hlsotsn to deliver at Providence and
not have passed oil a second hind one
already used by Mr Hiol
No Free Slioccli
In an article upon the coming state elec
tion which takes place In April 1Ofltiiion
a French organ ot the Nlcholls DMioiraey
ot Louisiana says
Without further delay It must bo publicly
proclaimed that they mcmilng tho llepubli
rana will not bo permitted to csrry on their
campaign
The Democrats ot Louisiana would not
under any circumstances dare to follow
this advice tor Warmoth svoulj be bard to
suppress That was tried on him once In
Ntw Orleans aud he suppressed tho
other fellow
GOOITMlIAnS JKANl LODGE
A Creditable and Kncournging Condi
tion of the Order Shown
The first quarterly session ot the present
grand lodge ot the I 0 G T In the Dis
trict of Columbia was held last Saturday
evening la Washington Hall corner ot
Third street and Pennsylvania avenuo
southeast The meeting presldod over by
Grand Chief John K Mahoney was largely
attended was harmonious In Its proceed
ings and Indicative In general of a united
purpose on the part of tho ordcrJo make
tho present ono of tho most successful
years In It local history After conferring
inu urauu iuugu uegreo upon canuiuatcs
tho presiding ofllccr In a hsppy speech
presented the grand superintendent of
Juvenile Temples with a beautiful regalia
the gift ot tho members of the temploand
tn ua iuOfco members umtea
The report of the grand chief was listened
to with marked attention It presented a
very creditable and encouraging condition
of the order showing unusual activity In
Its various fields of labor The report of
Grand Secretary Dony rellected grest
rredlt upon that patiistuklng ofllccr and
was satlsfcctory in a correspondlog degres
The treasury was well accounted for by
Grand Officer Kinder The printed report
of the grand superintendent demonstrate
that work In the Juvenile department had
kept more than even pace with the work
among the adults the number ot temples
having Increased twofold In tbu last quar
ter These reports were rf erred to tho
appropriate committers which will report
upon the recomniiniUtlois they may con
tain at an adjourned session at tho eimo
place next Saturday pveulug On motion
ot Past Grand Chief Kalsttom the commit
tee on legislation was requested to lake
steps to have a local option bill Introduced
u the Senate
On motion of Past Grand Culef 0 N
Whitney regular business was auspended
and the chair Introduced Past Grand Chief
S B Chase ot Pennstlvaula of tbu ltlht
Worthy Grand Lodge who proccclcd to
address the meeting In behalf of the Good
Templar course of study commending In
their turn tho several books In tho llrst
years course Tho speaker is n publicist
of distinction being the author of the
standard digest of tho order among other
books and challenged the cutlrn attontlnn
of tho large rcpresculailvu gathering He
spoke lu terms ot warm eulogy ot the lato
lamented John 11 Finch the projector and
most able advocate ot the educational en
terprise accrediting the keen vision of tho
departed leader with perceiving In this edu
cational discipline ot the rauk and flloof
Good Templars the strongest Instrumental
ity In securing tho perpetuity of the order
in other words that n more general tlllTii
slon of Knowledge In tho order Is abso
lutely Indispensable to Its narnuouut
growth
I The meeting at 11 oclock took a recess
till next Satuidiy evening to meet atHial
same place
Mlstiiko iif Mr iienedlct
Enrroii National liEPunitcAN Mr
Benedict Is laboring hard to smirch the
character ot his predecessor by assilllng
his Integrity and attempting to show that
Mr Itoundse administration ot tho affairs
of the government minting olllce was venal
It Mr Benedict bad been content to rest
his case upon his own merits be would have
fared much better than ho la likely to In the
Investigation now In progress comparisons
arc odious and In the present lastanco
particularly so It Is Indeed Hyperlan to
a Satyr Mr Bounds went voluntarily from
tho position he had so honorably lilted Ills
administration was such an ono as to bring
commendation and applause from ofllccrs
of the government Irrespective of political
bias and to win tho icepect and esteem of
bis employes Lnlfotiuly courteoubin hi
demeanor toward those with whom he had
cfllclal or social Intercourse hu Impressed
oil with whom he camo lu contict that bo
was a true gentleman Ills
business methods were not of tho Cboip
John rdcr ho made no offenslvo pirado
of his superior qualifications fur the posi
tion ho held he did nut ntenipt to throw
odium and discredit upon his predecessor
administration upbough bis predecessor
was In his grave aud could not rise to con
front and confound him although a strong
party man bo was not o narrow minded
and bigoted as tu proscitbe an employe on
uccount of a difference in politics be never
tolerated let alonu encouraged a system
of spies trd leformers ho was never ac
cusal of Incompetency or hla oflllalacts
Invittigated by a coinmltteo of Congress
though hla political opponents controlled
that Congreis by 11 largo ruajotlty Tfleee
are some of tlio things that cannot be
charged against Mr Hounds
When Mr Benedict has finished his
caret r as public printer and has been
awarded that meed of iiralso which was
universally accorded his predecessor ho
nay with tome 6how of Juitlco claim tho
privilege of drawing a comparison between
the two administrations but to the casual
observer It looks very much as though
he will havo about us much as he can
attend to lu rescuing himself from the
disgrace Into which ho haa actually fallen
with his party friends Ho may hopo for
beneficial results to follow the freo appli
cation of whitewash which appears to be
awaiting bltu but even taht will not save
btoi from tho verdict ot condemnation
which will be awarded him by those who
kcow Lis true merits tmO character
X M
THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN MONDAY MORNING MARCH 5 1888
A lOIVLAlt t ADIDATR
JuOco 1ATkrr for Vice President on
tho lttpulillunn Ticket
Tho following article Is taken from tho
Fort Smith Journal tho homo ot Judgo
Parker Tho nomination ot that gentle
man would secure a strong representative
of the south and give that section a repre
sentative In tho person ot ono ot tho ablest
and purest Judges on tho federal bench
Tho folkmlns letter nomination JuJo
Pnrlirr nfthlH oltv for tho vied nrcsldiiiicy
of the United Siittcs has liecu received at till
othce and It Is a nomluatlou In which tno
yournaf heartily concurs No man wno hi
been mentioned lor Iho plnoo would bring to
it a purer life moro distinguished nbllitlct
nor greater personal fitness lor thodlicbirira
ofltsdutlcs Judce Parker would dignity tho
ofllco nud his namo would gtvo tno ticket
strcnstli ihtoudhmit tho nation Tho ltpu
Uraii r nttv ivmild mako no mlstalto tu choos
ing hfm for tho second plies on lis llufcot
The following Is the letter
Ihls year will bo ono ot tho most cxcltluu
political struggles ever experienced In tho pist
history ol tho country Outsldo of tho two
great dominant parties each struggling for the
realisation ot their wlihe lu tho election of
their lresldcnt these other factors coming
to the front which svlll In it great moasure
exert a considerable Intlucnce In determining
tho lsuo now before tho country lroldoat
Cleveland will doubtless rceelvo tho nomina
tion and become the candidate of tho bemo
eratlo party Ho Is their strongest aud most
unliable man Whether bo will bo oleetcd to
tboofllcohonow flllsli not n fixed fact iho
rcltital of Mr Jllalno to accent tno anticipated
honor la to rov mind ono of tho strongest nnd
most forclblo arguments In favor of n grand
Keptibllcan triumph on the next prcldentltl
election It Is tho opinion of leading men In the
Republican party that they could never have
united on Mr Illainc Tho veryelnmcnt which
opposed him beforo would havp thrown tho
Inllncneo against him that they did before
which elected Cleveland to the presidency
Cleveland holds his oOlco as President through
tho agency and dibits of thoeo who did not
support Maine The result was not from tho
Increasing strength of tbo Domocratlo pmy
but nlorn from the opposition of lllalnoa
enemies In tho liepuhiieau ranks at tho last
ileetlounnd It may bo mfely said that tho
DrinoetRilo ratty Is uo stronger to day thnu It
uaa when President Cleveiannwas elvcud
The Hcpubllcuns arc much so tho Keptmilcan
party In the Incoming romplti has iiothl i
to rtar Ifthcy aro ttntt d tu tui slrength Iho
letter of Mr illAlnnht nut a quietus lo tho
dlssatlsfnctlon uhiuh has heretororo existed
In tho rauka and they are nov ready lotpilto
uiioti any prominent utiixcortlonsblo man
tsblch the convention may nominate Thero
are many names which have Wn mentioned
forthcprcfldrney hut who will bi Human
thofntuip mint ilcvclnp lct us have no
moio family uttarnvs blt gather aMutidour
cammou cause and brmg li to i mimomiuI and
triumphant issue For Vie- 1rtsHout I have
the man In view Let us cross tho bloody
chasm anil bltd u o the srniinds of the past
m our common brotherhood by clovallugtho
name of lodge Isaac Parker of iho Inlteil
Stales court as the Iandldato for tho vice
presidency in coiiuceilou with tavern New
York leading RtpubllMu aud tho victory Is
won JndgoPjiker i known throiKhisit the
Iulon a one of tho ablet Judges unra tlio
beneb for years a member nl onsos and a
nauie ehnraclpr iiiuooihaiiio
every nay tilted lor lhn ro
intli ollrreprnaehable
energy and In
sponsible position of Vlco President of tho
United Mates
SOME CUltlOITS liKTTKUS
A Collection That Will Ho Uead With
Great Interest
Congressman George T Utrncs of
Georgia la ono of tho most genial and soci
able members of the fiftieth Congress Ills
face and rotund form Indlcato kindness aud
sociability During tho last days of tho
forty ninth Congress he conceived the Idea
of making a compendium ot extracts ot
curious letters ot request written to mem
bers of Congress by nil kinds ot curious
people With a view ot having his book
correct he asked each member of Congress
to forward to his compiler all such letters
Tho book however will not bo publls jd
until after thecloscof the fiftieth Congresi
Among some of the rare letters which hive
betn received the following arc extracts
To a member from Indiana
Dkar Sin If tho agricultural department is
tcudln out any choice breeds of hogs dls year
wbnt Is proof aglnst cholera send mo a pare of
the best 1olln china pigs and anythlus in tho
chicken lino that you think will stand our
iiMAto ijc ueituti 10 gut mo ikiim wnut
roosts high as chicken thieves aro mighty bad
In these parts
To a member from Kansas
My DRARRtn 1 never tvrllo to any ono uu
lets it is ou business so I drop you a fltr Hues
I have invented a Hying machine by which n
human being can navigate the air as lively as
a mountain eagle Iwutityou to Introduce a
hill and pass It tbat will allow the Postmaster
General to employ mr machine lor Iho uso of
tho 1ostolllcn liepaitincnt In transporting tho
malls If you can do this we can mako a
bushel ot money and then wo can go Into
Allen county aud start a HrstcUss cow ranch
Another from Florida
My Dear Sir Plcasucall at luomodicil de
partment of the United Baies army and se
tho very best cash oiler you csn get for ono
dozen salted alligator skins nud atso ono gal
lon of puro rattlesnako oil whlih is good to
rub soldiers limbs alter hard marching
To a member from Kentucky
Dkar 8ik I have made sumo or tho llnest
whisky that ever warmed the throat of 11 states
man I want voti tonresent sainnes of It to
some of tho leading I cnvj Mtlo members and
senatotB of Congress and get their opinions
Ho not forget our Ovn Joo Illackhurn and
Jimmy Heck They can asMst you greatlv In
getting certificates us to it purity nod Its
strength
Toa member from Now York
My Hon CoNuiiKi il s vvni you pi ae ask
Mr Cleveland for no If ho Is going to be a
candidate this year If hols not I am safe I
have been solicited to become a candldato for
a public ofneo but If I havo to snoulder
Orovcr with the present load ou mo I imout
of the race I want a free Ilemoratio answer
none of your Mugwitmiicry round m lam
a square toed Democrat and strike from Iho
shoulder every time
To a member from Ohio
IIkah Sik I am engaged In teaching a
public scnool in your district nuu tnereioro
feel at liberty to call on you lor wrno litera
ture Will lyou ifinaiysenu mo Iho following
UBt 01 noons
uress from
also Milton
I want the proceedings of Cja
1810 to 1S87 ShakospsatuS t5rks
Hrrnn Iturn ISMh ryw
pera Hopers Cnntiilti ami Poos poems
u junui 1 iiuriuy vtirraja eompicio scries 01
works 011 oair3fiomy Call at tho naval ob
servatory find ask which would bo tho best
bOdslo send lfyouhuvo any doubts of sour
judgment ou star gazing I want u complete
oulilt of law books snitablo for a new beginner
as I expect toslart lu tho practice of tho pro
fession this hummer
HA1LAVAY NOTES
Two years ngo tho Louisville nnd Nashville
Illinois Central Northeastern and Missis
sippl Valley ltallroad companies agreed upon
n tarill of rates aud also agreed that none of
the roads should grant a special rato without
first obtaining the consent of tbo other roads
to tho compact Ihls agreement had beou car
ried out until tho Northeastern company put
on a fast Cincinnati train which raado the
run in twenty six hnura but Saturday it was
reported in railroad circles that tho compact
which is styled Iron clad had been broken
and that u break had also occurred In tho
Southern lasscnjer Agcni Association tho
Northeastern having notllled Iho atsocla
tlon thrcugh General lrclght cud Passenger
Agent Calcbran of Us withdrawal It was
reported that tho withdrawal grow out of tho
following Tho Loulsvlllo and Nuthvlllo
demanded tho privilege of a redu ed rato to
Cincinnati In order to equalize rates becauso
the Northeastern Hue is shorter nud can mike
fatter tlmo to Cincinnati Tho Northeastern
objected and tha matter was relcrrul 10 tho
arbitration comraltteoof tbo Southern Passen
ger Agents Association for aiilnslmetit When
tho Noithceslcru learned that tho decision
would bo nilvcrso to it nollen was at onco
given tbat It would withdraw from Helisso
elation on March 6 frp
PecoSiai9
To Itself In many Important particulars Hoods
Harsanarllla Is different from and superior to any
other medicine
Peculiar In combination proportion and rrep
ttratlon f Ingredleuta llmd Siriarllla o
scssos the lull eimitlvo vnluo of tbo best known
remedies of tho s egelablo kingdom
Peculiar In Its medicinal merit Hands Farsora
rlllaneidiiipllslieseurc hitherto inlinow 11
Peculiar In sticngtli nnd my Hoods Bar
sararlllaisilMiuiilyiiiiiikiiioof vhlch can truly
bo said ihoi1api ni jr jc 1 irgcr
mid smaller bottles irulro larger doses and do
not produce 111 pood rcmiltsaj Hoods
Peculiar 111 Its uud juino m homo tlaro la
moroof Hoods Satsajianm sold In Lowell wbero
It Is nude thnu of all other blcod puilflers
Peculiar In lis ilieroiiicuul ueord ot sales
abroad 110 other preparation hi tvi r attained
such 1 oularlty In to short a tlmo Ho not bo In
duccdtotalioaiiyctlier preparation Jjosurotogct
Hoods Sarsaparilla
Fclitby all druggists flislifortfJ rrepotedonly
lyCI JIOUIACOApotlicarcsLoHClllMa
100 Doeos Ono Dollar
CONGItESS AND TEMirEHANCE
A Successful Sleeting lit tho Congrcgis
tlonal Church
The popularity ot the Sunday temperance
mass meetings of the W C T U Is rapidly
Increasing and ono great fcaturo Is that
men aro now In attendanco In greater ntmt
btrs than ever beforo A larger placo than
the Congregational Church will bo it nesea
slty thcretorc it tbo enthusiasm Is malir
talned Yesterday alternoou tho meeting
In that sacred edifice was In behalf ot the
soldiers and sailors department of the W
C T U Tho Soldiers Homo band ocou
pled tho choir gallery and during tho oxer
cites rendered In excellent manner tho fol
lowing programme Serenade It Is 12
oclock1 Brightly gleams our banner
novo to tell the story Not halt has
ever been told and Departed days
On tho plalform were seated many promi
nent officers of tho union anil of tempSrancn
organizations besides sovcral members of
Congress Hon John V Long of Massa
chusetts presided uev ir vynnoop
offered prayer and Mrs La Fetra read tho
Scriptures Gov Long In stating tho object
of the meeting paid his respects to the
liquor traffic and said that nlno tenths of
tbo crlmo committed throughout the
country was duo to liquor
Hon Daniel Kerr of Iowa discussed tho
matter in tho light of Its beIogtho groit
question of tho ogo as refcrrlni to tbu
home to tho state and to tho country aud
n helnc nollllcallv one that was Interest
ing tbo minds of politicians ot all parties
Hon 11 M Cutchcon of Michigan
favored prohibition as being tho best means
to suppress tho trafllc
Mrs Russell mado an oloquent appeal
for the Helping Home and during her
talk told many good things that had been
done for many cons Her appeal was an
swered bv a liberal contribution
lion v P Tauibcc of Kentucky mado
nshoit address but It had a ring about It
which brought forth rapturous applause
Ho said with great frankness that it was
moral cuwardlca on the part of congress
men tbat prohibition was not assured They
were afraid to glvo their votes for It as it
would sacrifice their positions and he was
nwore cf it end knew tha power that the
whisky elemcut exerted Ho referred to
the its ohillons of the union which had been
read by Mrs La Felra that thn union
though discouraged nt tho setback given
tbeui by tho Senate District committee
would not glvo up their work but go on
with rtrcwed vigor He urged that the
noble women engagcl In such a work should
bo helped and urged to g with their
gcod work
Mr Henry II Fuxtcn ot ijtllncy Mw
was the last speaker and though his ad
dress was brief It was enlivened with many
blight thoughts and witty sayings The
meeting then adjourned
THMtEltASCE IN AKACOITIA
Tbo seating capacity of tGo Biptlst
Chinch at Auacoslla was entirely tnsufll
cletit to accommodate the attendance les
teiday afternoon at the temperance meet
Ingbeld under tho auspices of the Good
Templars of East Washington and under
tho Immediate control of Fidelity Lodge
which In all respects was ono of tho most
successful and enthusiastic meetings held
by tho order Mr A Etzlcr tbo chief tem
plar of tho homo lodge presided over tho
meeting and Itev Mr Bowman tho pastor
ot tbo church conducted the devotional
exercises
Hon J D Taylor of Ohio presented a
logical and forceful address replete with
striking Illustrations ot the unnatural and
unwarranted exceptions mado by tho
government as against other business and
in favor of tbu liquor trafllc convincing
statistics hearing not only upon tho relation
of the ililnk traffic to other business but
also upon tbo difference lu taxation
molality aud Industrial prosperity lu states
v line local option and uiobloltion prevails
and tbo other states and also eloquent de
scriptions of tha evils of Intemperance
Hon JO Sawyer nf New York was
the rext speaker nnd at onco captivated
Up attentive and Interested audience by
bis frak description of the attltudo of tho
average member ot Congress upou tbo
temperance question aud during which ho
showed that In addition to the work of
educating and converting public sentiment
In this District tho temneranco ornerdra
uuuoucic Mcioiuiieu lueAciwuiuiibkiunary
power upon the constituencies of ICO con
gressional districts in order to secure such
legislation as shall secure to the people
here tho fruits ot tbo advancing sentiment
Tho work of tho Good Templars was
commented upon In a manner to demon
strate tbat tho speaker was thoroughly
familiar not only with tho sropo nnd pur
poses of this order but also with the de
tails of Its lodge work and social power
aud commended the organization tu the ac
tive support and affiliation of all desirous
10 am practically in promoting tno temper
ance reform
The splendid rendition by Miss Ilattle
Wood ot tho poem Am 1 My Brothera
Keepcrt was an attractivo feature of the
meeting and tho vocal music by Dr Ileus
ley lent additional interest
Cicuoral Society Notes
The Misses Lyon aro occupying Mia
James F Barbours house on llhodo Island
avenuo during her absence lu Flotlda
Mrs John C Bancroft and family ot
Boston will come here soon to reside with
his father Hon Gcorgo Bancroft
Gen nrd Mrs Bcale and Madamo
Bakhmelefl will bo at homo to morrow
afternoon
Mr and Mrs James E Campbell will
entertain friends nt dinner to morrow night
Mrs Dale of 1C03 O street northwest
who has suspended her Friday receptions
on account ot President Whites lectures
will resunio them March 9
Prof and Mrs Newcomb will not rceelvo
on Fridays on account of the death nt Mrs
Newcombs brother Mr Charles W Has
aen formerly paymaster in the Unltod
States navy
Mr and Mre W J McGco will receive
tbefr friends at 1340 Q stroet
llgp
Absolutely Pure
This powder nover varies A nurrol o
pcrlty atrouRth and wholwomeuosn Mora
economical thin tho ordinary kinds and can
not pt suiu iu tuiujjvuuuu wiiuiuuEauiuiuuu
of low test abort weight lum or phospbatfl
powder Sold only neons ROYAL BAELNU
tQWriKR CO 106 Wall Bt M Y
EXPERTS
rpESTllV in brief regarding O o Tajlor
X puro llyo Whiskey bottled only by
CHE8TKH II URAVES SONS lioston
Absolutely puro Whiskey I strongly reoora
mend It to tho medical profession whore It Is
necessary to uso whiskey lu cousumptlvo
troubles
FRANlv L llAPTMSrr
State A6sayer Maln
Thero Whiskeys sold lu scaled bottles only
by Druggists and Grocers everywhere
pHOTO ENORAVINQ T
Having recently fitted up a
PHOTO ENGHAVINQ ESTABLISHMENT
Id connection with my patent process I ant
prepared to furnish
IIXCBTRATIOSB FOR NEWSPAPE118 AT
SHORT NOTICE
MAURICE JOYCE
118 Eleventh Wrett Northwest
Fortj Stwi Annual
STATEMENT
OF THE
Connecticut Mutual
LIFE
Insurance Company
of Hartford Conn
Net Ahf tc January 1 1817 W07I18982
BttElVJniNl897
For Premium tl 12215307
For Interest aud
Kent 29o317010
Profit and Loss E6727ta 7461312 SI
D18BUPSFD IN ISM
For claims by death
nnd matured en
dowments 5JC007J0C0
Surplus returned to
policy holders l177WlilO
Lapsed and Surren
dered Policies 871310X6
Total to Policy
Holders 5511 1S0131
Commissions to Agents
Salaries Medical Ex
aminers tees Print
ing Advertising Le
gal Kcal Estate ami
all other oxpensos 68387007
Taxi 30189319
l34J51t
-T A6KI5VS LOAN OFFICE
No 301 PENNA AVE N W
613793307
BALANcrNllTAssnTS Dec3118S7t5512i5l5CS53
SCHEDULE OF ASSFTd
Loans upon Heal Etalo llrst llon13281166101
Loons upou Stocks aud Bonds 39393301
Premium NotcsonFollclcsIuforco 210291915
Cost of Kcal Estate owned by tho
Company 973111165
Colt of United btates and other
Ponds 879982259
Cost ol Hank and Railroad stocks 40083100
Cash In Hanks t 78385667
Balance duo from Agents 1637743
5512960955
AMI
Interest duo and ac-
eiued 1 102311011
Rents accrued 1097041
Market value or Stocks
and Bonds over cost 39127603
Net deferred premiums 8757320
151192983
iitos assets December 31 is 85001349338
IUlilLlTlKS
Amount required to re
insure all outstand
ing Policies net as
suming 4 per cent
interest 83936265303
Additional rcscrvo by
CompanybStandard
3 per cent on Poli
cies Issued sluco Apr
11882 2l6J200
All olher liabilities 791 II 4 77
3111773977
Sritrivs by Companys 8tandardS522573S0t
SiKiLrs by Cnn Stand lporct 518013061
Ratio otexponios of management
to receipts In 1867 923 percent
Policies In forco Dec 31 I8S7 13-
453 insuring 815093219300
JACOI I OUEtlNE President
JOHN HI TAYIOK Vlco President
SSSS JIADl O JllJUi ovvlvtAI J
D II WELLS Actuary
A C GIBBS General Agent
1001 F Street N W
Washington D C
I V li ill-
L uu nVB atiii wealing
y ACustom MacloShoo
VOTJ WILL rXJXTlD
THE CRAWFORD HOE
810 Ponn Ave
INTERNATIONAL RAILROAD
US rostolllco address Eagle Vata Texas
SHORT ItOUrK TO THE INTERIOR OP
MEXICO
Commencing the 1st of March 1SS3
Ou arrival of tho southern Pacific Ttnanonirr
trains at Eaglo Pass Texas roiuicctlou svlll bo
made with tho pnssengcrtraliisof tho Mexican
International Rallroaa leaving Pledras Ncgras
daily nt 0 p m for l abinas Monclova Jaral
Palla aud arriving at Torreon at 6 p m At
Torreon councctlon will bo secured with pas
sencer trains of tho Mcxleau Central It R
going south at 630 p m
Returning passenger trains will IcareTor
reaa at 8 a m after artlrnl nf tho Mexican
Central mtieuptit trains from tho South arrlv
Ilat llcilins Nigrnsat a n m and connect
ing at Eflglo Pass with the Southern Pasitlo
trains leaving there at 8 a m
Meals will be served nt Pledras Ncgras
Monclova Jaral aud Torreon at convenient
hours
Stage lines connect with Vlllo do Musqulz
Santa Rosa at llsroicranSaiilllo at Jural
and with Purras at Patla Tho city of Du
rango is about 160 miles Mutbwest of Torreon
The track Is lu good condition while tho
equipment Is now and of tho best class
In duo tlmo coupon tickets will bo Issued
and through billing will bo mado at all promi
nent points
A through lino ol sleepers will bo operated
between New Orleans aud tho City of Mexico
but tho date for commencement of such sor
vico will bo announced hereafter
Careful attention svlll bcglventothorcqulro
mentsot thnpubllo as 10 passenger freight
telegraph and express tralllc
Thn standard tlmo will be that of tho Cltyof
Mexico which la about SO minutes slower than
Central or New Orleans tlmo
For lurthtr information apply to J A Nan
etc general freight and passenger agent E
Hawlcy trafllo agent 339 Broadway Now
York a W Eccles trallloagent Cltv of Moxl
ro J U Sttibbs general tralllc manager San
Francisco Cal
L M JOHNSON General Manager
mhs 2w
VEKNON MT VERNON
MT MT VERNON
STEAMER W W CORCORAN
Leaves 7th st wharf dally except Sunday for
MT VERNON
At 10 oclock a m returning reaches WwL
lngton about 830 p m
h L BLAKE Captain
Money oaned on Gold and Silver Watches
Diamonds Jewelry Pistols Guns Me
chanical ToolsXadles and Gen
tlemens Wearing Apparel
OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT
Unredeemed pledges forsalo
NAlUllAL NlMhitAL Wa 1 1111
Is a sunerior tabic water and an nbtnlnin Irlt
ncy regulator JAMES L BARBOUR St 80N
ArentH Bold by nil drugglstn and dealers
Sturtevant House
BROADWAY AtiD 29TH STREETS
A MiriUCAN AND
EUROPEAN PLANS
I
rnopMETOits
NEW YORK
PTTTTI ANU WHISKY HABITS
JX XJ I cured at homo without
rain book of particulars tent free B M
ViOULLEY M b Atlanta
BrrcTAz Noiiobb
MAUCH 15 BEAUTIFUL
Bay wall paper 70 per pieces best wnllo
lark v nil rarer 10c per piece goto wall pa
prf0rl3K 16 and SOcat MAHONKB
ris siA Paave Capitol Hill Remember only
until March IB laJI tmali
-V EASY USEFUL FEET C
W Tbo wise lor health on dally walks
depend and thousands visit DR VNIIITB
root srcelalistl416P8ftvcopposltoWlllard s
Hotel for the painless trcatmont of Coma
Bnnlonr Diseased Nails and all complaints of
ihefeett SMhycarof practlco In Washlna ton
Fee 81 a sitting for putting tho feet In order
aJjTMOUNT VERNON AVENUK ASS0UI
Id ATION
nXECUTTVE BOARD
Vfathlngton Messrs E W For Jell Chan
dler Wm E Clarke Wn M Gait Henry A
n luara
Alexandria county Messrs Frank Htinio
Harrison Hatch F R Windsor Jackson E
Btcxlcs Dr o Wytho Cooke
Alexandria city Dv A Windsor Park Ag
new Robert Portncr F A Heed and J T
Ueckham
Fairfax county Wotrlngtoa Dillingham
Nathan W Pearson MoJ Gcorgo Johnson
Waiter Walton and Staccy Snowdcn
OFFICERS
Eon John B Bmoot Mayor ot Alexandria
iPretrlenr
L01 HrjurtY A Willahd Washington D
Q Vlco President
Hon m 13 Harlow Alexandria Va
Treasurer
nou E W Fox National nrrunLtcAH
Washington D C Corresponding Secretary
PERMANENT COMMITTEES
On Charter Legislation- nnd Permanent
Organization Messrs E W Fox Jeff Chan
dler J E Sickles F A RcedN W Pearson
blaccy Snowdcn J T Beckham send W K
On RJght of Way and Permanent Location of
Mount Vernon ATcnue Messrs F K Wind
sor Park Agnew E W Fox W E Clarko
Frank Hume Gcorgo Johnson F A Rcod
and W Gllimgham
On Ways Means and Finnuco Messrs
Frank Hume W M Gait Dr G Wytho Cooke
D A Wlndior Robert Portncr Harrison
Hatch and W Walton
THE COTUMIHA IUUOK COM-
W pany Tho annual meeting of tho
Columbia Dilek Company will bo held at
nl ofllco of thn company at
the principal ntor
loo Statlou AlexftmWa county Va at 1230
oclock on WEDNESDAY THE 7TU DAY OF
it ior cnoico 01 seven uircc
torsfnr tho ensuing year and to act on any
other subject within the power of Iho cor
poiatlon J b LAWRENCE
lrosldent
WASiHSOToy I a Feb 18 88 Iei0 2w
WANTISV MlHOItTTANrOU8
ANTED BY A RESPECTABLE WHITE
woman a situation as cook Annlr
Xb Mo avc MARGARET GRESSflN 1 6
Wanted Help
ytramkd a settled white girl to
Y V do general housework In a small family
reference requited Apply at 529 13th st N W
T7NTEl aOVERNESSE3 AND NURS
V cry maids will find employment if they
attend Mrs Pollocks 10 freo lessons on tho
caro or young children WEDNESDAY 330
to 4S0 at 1014 lOTII st 26
For REKTnouBBi
PENT-
JJ
NO Mil PORTNER 8 T N W
new 6 room house lino as s lie 830 No
1330 Wallach st N W 1 rooms 1 11 modem
conveniences 83333 J II GRAY ii COC22
F N W 6 0
RENT -AN ELEGANT 15 ROOM
I7I0R J centrally located M II DALLIN
UhR 1420 F st N W u H
TTOR RENT OR LEA8E VURNI3HED OH
JL uulurulshcd on modcrato terms the
largo and commodious hottso northeast corner
of 17th and Corcoran sis N W well adapted
for a large prlvato family or a family hotel
containing about 10 rooms Apply ou tho
premises 1617 17th st N W JaSO lm
Fob Haiti Itouiia
TTIOR RENT FURNISUED
ROOMS
nblo for Blnnlc eentlcmen 81 and 83 nor
montn In advauco good location cars pass
the door 3010 M st Inquire in i tore 7 8
T7I0R RENT HANDSOME 2n STORY
Jj iront room furnished heated by furnace
bay window gas both and all modern con
vcnicnccs Apply at 410 3d St N W 7 6
TTIOR RENT-
JJ in tho
HANDSOME APARTMENTS
beautiful new house No 916 15th
St opposlto McPhcrson Square 7 do28tf
TpOR 11ENT LARGE PARLOR ALSO
C furnished or unlurnlshed rooms furnace
heat and open fires convenient to cars
heroics and departments excellent loca
tion call ancr 4 p m 1715 G st N W 7 tf
For IirNTMiacKTTjAxisoua
iui jiLnr iAiLE nun iiuum euit
1 earilneo and bnevvifntiratnlla water nnd
ha
y lolt Inqulrooalithst N W 10 5
For Bazjs
TTTIOIl SALE ONE OF THE VERY HAND
Jfj somestand best of tho famous Mont
gomery county small farms 61 acres ot first
class land with first class Improvements 2l
miles west of Galthersburg ou tho Metropoli
tan Branch railroad Price 3250 on easy
tcims the building now lino water abun
dance ot fruit A beautiful summer homo a
rare investment T II 8YP1IERD CO 1007
Fst fc29 dStf
SALE I WIIL SELL ALL MY
JL cholco stock of selected Mallet ft Davis
Companys upright pianos choice bargains
for March to closo rooms for the summer
einnhstNW 8 0
TTIOR SALE
11
ROS8LYNN VILLA BITE4
AWUtUUll JfUKU JJItlDUK NOW OPKN
The handsomest bulldim sites around Wash
legion In any direction
ONLY 3 TO 6 CENTS PER FOOT
mb4 lm T 11 BYPHEill A tf iu07 F St
TTIOR SALE 22VKRAJ 6 TO 10 ROOM
Jj houscBOm 33000 to 19000 desirably
located Ja northwest section or tho city J II
Cft Yds CO 622 F 8 6
SALE A VERY DESIRABLE TURKIC
J story brick back building 10 rooms and
cellar on Iho north sldo of E Cap St lot 27
ft trout and 118 ft deep to alloy prlco only
86ti00 property In excellent order this Is a
bargain M M ROIIRER S02 E Cap St S 0
TTIOR SALE WINCHESTER PLACE IN
J the city of Westminster Md contains Hi
acres laid out lu 1752 fine buildings cood
water and plenty of tbado aud fruit trees
For description Ac address MrKELLIP it
CLABAUGH Westminster
Md fel0 4w
ITtORBAIi E OVER
TT1
orde
ONE
HUNDRED
JL cholco selections of Farms and
Hmall
Country Domes or froml to 200 acres from 1
lo 20 miles from tho city sultablo for farming
dairying or homes for gentlemen employed In
the city ranging lrom 810 to 8200 per acre and
ou very accommodating terms
leb4 lm T U BYPHERD CO 1007 F St
OR SALE A VICTORIA CARRIAGE
sultablo for ono or two horses In cood
er Address VICTORIA Renubllcan OIUco
8 tf
BVBIKEBa DlRKOXORT
TIT SROOSE
All cigars bearing my namo aro guaranteed
to bo or
BUTERIOR QUALITY AND OF UNIFORM
EXCELLENCE
Dealers aro authorized to refund 111 o purchaso
Iirlce In any caso wbero smokers havo causo
or dissatisfaction It Is thercloro to tho inter
est of Loth Dealers nnd Smokers to uso
W 8 ROUSES BRANDS
1233 Pennsylvania Avenuo N W
MAKER R O M BURTON 911
AWNING W Reception canopies anil dec
orations for rent All klndsofAwulngs Touts
and Flags made Tolephono Call 10-18-1
s
RAY CLARKSON BOOK AND JOB
Printers 339 Pa avc Globe Hulldluirl
Fcbl9tr
TT1RED W EVANSS
DINING ROOMS
010 F Street Northwest
AND HARNESS JAMES 8 TOP
TRUNKS 1231 Pa ave N W -
BLANK BOOKS
Wrapping Paper
Envelopes
E MORRISON
80S D Btreet
Importer and Tailors
SlKINQ OOODS
Jnit Arrived FrenoM English and
Scotch Halting Xrousarinrs c Mr
liurr Icrnonalljr - tt All CUrments
Made In Onr SatisllUalunenti
1UaPBNNBTIjVAIA avb
AMVBJtBCEXia
TCTEW NATIONAL THEATER KXTttA
WEEK OF MARCH 0
M AT 1NEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
Encasement of tho Famous EMMA
kB
G 1
tDTT
rj
NI1TV GltANU OPKHA UOJIPANY
Abbitt Arnandalc Bertram Frlckn Monte-
gnuo Hcncicna rrucue urousrcit
Allen TomasI
GRAND CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA
MONDAY Abbott cntlro company Verdis
TROVATORE
Latsst Triumph
ROY BLAS
Oil IJCI3EN AND TAOK12Y
A Beautiful Spectacle An Entrancing Lovo
Ljrlc Tho celebrated IivoDiict TIS
Bliss for ThcotoDlo Molollous
Music Grand Choruses Gorge
ous Costiimcs
Emma Abbott and Entlro Company
WEDNESDAY MATINEE 2pm 5c60e75c
Two Piime Donnoand entlro company
CHIMES OP NOKMANDY
WEDNESDAY Emma Abbott as YUM YUM
MIKADO MIKADO
Tbo only company in tho United States that
over gavo n coirjcl muscat representa
Honor this charming opera
THURSDAY Thrco Frlrao Donne Brilliant
production ot tho Comic Opera
CARNIVAL OP VENICE
Also the Celebrated LULLABY from
Erminln
Emma Abbott and Entlro Company
FRIDAY First tlmo hero Aubors Sparkling
Comic Opera Emma Abbott as
The Boy lu
TBE GOOD DEVIL
Emtnn Abbott as Tho Good Devil Entlro
Company
SATURDAY EMMA ABBOTT MATINEE
SATURDAY NIGHT Farowell Great Cast
Emma Abbott as Arllne
BOHEMIAN GIRL
March 12 MR AND MRS FLORENCE
RAND SHAKESPEAREAN TAGEANT
AND
PANTOMIME AT
ALBAUGH8 GRAND OPERA HOUSE
MARCH 7 8 AND 9
Under tho auspices of tho Ladles Aid of tho
National Homeopathic Hospital
SHAKi8PEARE WILL PRESENT BEFORE
THE COURT OF qUEEN ELIZABETH
Scenes from Hamlet Romeo and Juliet
King Lear Julius Cxsar Merry Wives
or Windsor Twelfth Night Merchant of
Venice As You Like It Macbeth
Othello Winters Tale IIcnry V and
Richard III
DANCING AT 11 OCLOCK
Reserved seats for salo on nnd after Feb 27
at Mctzerotts 903 Pcnn avc Price 8 1 82
and 8160 General admission 8150
TTARRISS BIJOU THEATER
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY TWO
Tho Comedian
W T BRYANT
Supported by MIS8 JULIA WILSON MISS
LIZZIE RICHMOND MR JAMES 11EVIN8
and a strong company In the throe act Musi
cal Comedy
KEEP ITDAItK
New Music New Songs
Now Dances
Topular prices will provatl
Next week BARLOW BROS MINSTRELS
WASHINGTON THEATER
KERNANS 15 25 and 60c Mat 10 and 25c
JMORAN and THOMASS
SAN l RANOISCO MINSTHBLS
BIiLY BIRCH
Frank MoranNed Thomas Davo Christie
Davo Foy J 1 Dougherty Harrington and
Johnson J M WoodB London Soxtotte
PROF PARKERS DOG CIRCUS
Matlneea tlon Tues Thurs and Sat
BMAR liDAIR
MONDAY MARCH 5
CIVIC SOCIETIES
AND
CLERGYMENS NIGHT
SPECIAL ATTRACTION
AX OLD TIME NEW ENGLAND DIXXEIt
FROM 430 OCLOCK
AMD VIRGINIA STEAW
GEORGETOWN FERRY
JOSEPH TASBENO PROPRIETOR
Ferry runs from 3 oclock a ni to 830 p m
except ou Saturday Nlcht when tbo runulut
time la extended until midnight
Parties desiring to hire pleasure boats cat
bo iit lied at modcrato rates by applying at
S134 Water street Jyl9
OF BATPLEOFBOLL RUN I
PANORAMA blocks south of Pennsylva
nia avo THE MOST REALISTIC BATTLB
SCENE EVER PAINTED Open from 9 A M
to 10 P M Sundays half price Lighted by
800 Electric Lights
Heal Estate
TO HAL ESTATE BULLETIN
TH08 E WAGGAMAN 17 F St
Ohsngcs made Mondays and Thursdays
IWO STORY BRICK AND ifRAMK HOUSES
FOR SALE
SO 38 42 41 Myrtle st n o b h m 1 7 rs U6S00
1114 and 1110 Clhst aw b h7rs and 1
f b rear 0000
406 and 408 11th st s w b b l rs 5100
1123 20th st n w f h 0 rs v houses In rear 5b00
Jio to 222 ism st ana jy ave net use
and 8 Cave so f h
Alley bet 6th and 7th L and M sts n w f
li4rs
62 to 68 G st n c 1 h 4 rs
3108 N st n w b b 7 rs
615 1st s w f li 5 rss houses In rear
131133Picrco6tii w f hOrs
18 6 f nowa alley n w in4rs
mi ioag
11 2f
u si a e i n u rs eacn
1000
3500
3600
3I0O
3000
3000
3000
yooo
837 to 611 JdstBO fh4rs 2100
421 426 O st alley n w f h l rs 4 1 800
112 K st n o I li 6 rs lsrjo
74 76 81 and 86 Myrllo st u c b h 7 rs 1700
903 to 009 V st n w fh water 7 rs 1500
12 Cap alley a w bb i n 1150
Alley bet 23d and 21th L nud M st u w
r b 4 rs 510
9 alley N Capstu w lb trs too
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE
Per foot
Pa avc betcthandtli sts so 8200
Mits avc btt Del aveund 1st it nu 100
V St bet Hth and 15th n w 100
B w eorMuud I sts no 60a
6th st Oct CI stand Va uvohc 30o
TO LEASE
For a term of 21 years a valuable plcco ot
business property on Fst bet llth and 12th
n w rent S1W j cr month aud taxes Lessee
to build on same
For a lerm of 23 years a valuablo ploco oi
business property on 11 Hi st near Pa uvo u w
rent 8125 per month aud taxes Lesseo to
build on same
Per annum
Lot 0 si 80S II st bet lib and 6th u 0 821 00
HOUSES FOR RENT
Per month
833 fst so 8 rs 820 43
1813 12th tl n w 6 r 20 00
lC9Fstue6 rs 18 00
618Mdavosw0ri 17 00
620 Md avo s w 0 rs 17 00
1404 Md avueOrs 17 00
1011 Ufctn wOis 1630
wsiistnw Ors 16 00
W Myrllo st neiirs 15 00
10324th stn w5rs 15 23
1315 1315 Nallora alley n w 4 r 12 60
Oak Lawn 10th st ex u w 2 rs 12 00
439 leathers alloy nw Irs 10 00
siomhstnw irs 10 oo
327 nth it so Ors looo
220 14th it sw 4r 10 00
1325 1st no 6 rs o 30
1313 to 13101StSW5rs 8 00
2400 alley bet 24th ana 25th M and N
nw 8 oo
719 Fatrsgut st n w m 1 5 is 8 00
LOAN8
In stuns to suit at 8 per cent
The aboveis only a small portion ot proper
ty on my books For full list call atomoeftrj
bnUetlcf luctd en at and 1Mb
AStVSEUESIS
POTOMAC BOAT CLUB
BAZAR
AND
EXHIBITION
NATIONAL RIFLES ARMORY
Ivory Night Until Saturilny Mnr 10
COMPRISING TEN NIGHM
OF BOUNDLESS ENJOYMENT AND
PLEASURE
CHEAT IfllATUItrl I
THB 810000 HOU30
AVhlch goes to tho holder ot tho lucky 60 ccnt
ticket This structuro is nt 1418 Fifteenth
street and Is a magnificent homo Tickets
aro on snlo In every prominent storo in tho
District and Alexandria and will be cold also
In tho hall rturlntrttiPNlr mnl tt
tONGUEGATTONAL CllURiJII
MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVENINGS
MARCH 5 AND C
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
SYHPHOHY CONCERTS
Tho management begs leave to ftnnnunco tho
first appearance In two years nnd only tlmo
this season of
MR THEODORE THOMAS
And his Unrivaled Orchestra
75 Performers- 75 Performer
Aeslstcd by
RAFEL JOSEFFY
Tho Famous Hungarian Planlsl
And
MR MYRON W WHITNEY
Tho Great Basso
Sir Edw DrooD will conduct tho subscrip
tion at tho Etelnway Agency025 Ponmylvanln
avo The salo will commence on Thursday
morning at 830 oclock Reserved places 82
Admission 8150 fo 27 tf
VrOVEL AND USEFUL RECREATION
Iho French language taught by tho author
ol tbo
FRENCH SYSTEM OF SOUND
Spring term March 12 at tbo school 723
Thirteenth street
Saturday matinees for children 1080 a m
SEE POST AND STAR EDUCATIONAL
TI YPNOTIS5I
JLTJL 1 LLUBTRATED BY PROF CARPENTER
AT WlbLiAllll ilAliL
Fourth and last week commencing
MONDAY MARCH 0
EVFItY NlOHT AT 8
WONDER PUL FUN
Admission 23 cents Reserved seats 60 cents
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H1NTON 4 GREENWELLa
PROFS DAhOINO AOAUEflir
209 Ta Atc 8 e McCanleys Hall
DayaortultlouMondaysandThurcdaTChll
dron 830 to 5pm adults 7 pm Send for
circular Address PROF flINTON 225 A St
8 E Mutlo furnished for balls prlvato
parties Ac
SHELDONS ACADEMY 1001 F ST N
AT W IboOctagou Saratoga Laucera Polktv
Quadrilles and all fashlonnbla round daucen
aro concctly taught Call or send for cir
culars sel tf
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MUSICHALL and RESTAURANT
FormerlyiAbners
E BTREET BET 7TB AND STIt
Meals scrvod table dhoto and rain carlo
Tho handsome dancing hall can bo rented for
halls parties ic et any tlmo
BERSIAN FDEI
Proprietor
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5HE NORWOOD INSTITUTE
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A SELECT BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
for
YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS
MR AND MRS WM D CABELL
PRIXCtrALS
1212 and 1214 14th et aud 1407 Mats avenue
Washington D C
Your School Is anemlnent success
Rev Thomas Q Addison D D
Dean ol tho Convocation of Washington
I know of no School for vonne ladlea whn
diploma commands a blghor respect than Nor
wood institute amuei a tinier
Justice U 8 Bupremo Court
1 TARTYNS COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
318 6th st N W near City Postofllco
jae uiEiict Diaiiunru uiiRiaesa s oncrra iu
America THEORY- PRACTICAL BANKING
and English departments day and evening
sessions students can enter at any time cata
logues Irco on application at college ofllco
first floor or by mail
FRANCIS G MARTYN rrosldent
C K URNER A M O E Prlu
Colored students not admitted febl6 lm
8 C DAVIS 810 12TII ST N W
MRS ot piano and harmony will glvo
ns at rcsldenco when required best ot -references
terms reasonable Jal6 tf
V W GREENWELL223A BTREET
MR
Southeast Teacher of Planu Beginner
a specialty Terms moderate tf
OHORTHAND
it is no exaggeration to say that tho Acmo
System of Phonography has created nultoa
revolution In tho art It is taught In sixteen
simple lessons nnd PROFICIENCY Is gained
inlll REE MONTH8 by practicing thrco hours
dally Classes during day or evening
Prlvato Instructions at any hour Tuition by
man a specialty Typewriting taugni irco
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Recognized tho best schools for French
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TITLE COMPANY
No I SOUTH FAIRFAX STREEV
ALEXANDRIA VA
Real Estate bought and sold Loaus nego
tiated andAbstracts of Titles Furnished
PER CENT A MONTH WILL BE
alWO by a responsible man for 3300 for six
months Address Box 101 Slar office nh4 3t
IS THE TIME TO OCT AWN1NU3
JM And HAISLETT
lil7 Pennsylvania avenue
Is the mau to mako them
Telephone 656 2 fe2l lm
USE CHICIIE3
VV tcrs English Diamond Brand Penny
royal Pills Halo Alwaja reliable Theorlgl
liol Tboonlygenuluo Ask druggist or seuil
4o stnmpB fur particulars return mall CHI
CHESTER CHEMICAL CO Philadelphia Pa
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1YNERS OF MACHINERY
Will mako money and savo annoyances
by using
ELDORADO ENGINE AND CAPITAL CYL
INDER OILS
Testimonials furnished from tho most nronil
ncut machine owners In tho District Do not
lorgct Potomac 150 for lamps
POOLE it BROOKE
fcc lm 937 La Ave N W
OUR BUTTERINE AT 22
VV cents per pound doesnt get lancldt
keeps better than butter satisfaction assured
or money rctnrncd STALLS 819 350 and 351
CENTER 61 EASTERN and 541 NORTHKRN
LIBERTY MARKETS WM O EOR1BNER
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WILD di BROS 709 7th stTN W
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OLD STAND IS THE ONLY PLACE
JUBTHB first class Becond Hand Clothing
can bo sold at respectable prices Address or
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