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ISniNOTON" CKITIC.MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY, ISJ
x .ii vi av u
oooiyi:.vu liiniiir.n company.
Prnimrii In Dry Wt-iitlinr Your Itulibor'
Onnil for Wot,
tf you examine tlio llnnorstown Altnnnnp you
will find Unit ww weather Is predicted for
March 1, 1HUU. Wlmt tlto weather will be In
tliu menntltnii Is n question. 1'repuro for any sort
of weather hy buying a. gossniner and p.ilr of
rubber of tlio (lomlyuur Hubbcr Company, not)
Ninth Bticut northwest.
Sperlnl Hnlis for Thirty J)nj.
Messrs. Houghton .t Co., tbo rollablo nnd pop
ular merchants nt l'J18 nml l'J'JO F street
northwest, wlio aro oxtcnslvn dealers In excel
lent 1'nrnllure, Carpets anil tine upholstery;
nl.o numerous otliur duslrnble Rood In their
line, nro offering unprecedented out ratos In nil
tlopartmcnts for the next il dnyn. Tbo holldny
trndo Is nboutover, nnd limbless Is to n uortiilu
extent depressed, howio tlilit InduromenMn tlio
prlco of (foods In every department Is offered.
midden's Installment houses ntnilly located
to;!0 nnd ll.IV! Sovcnth streoi northwest, Is tho
filnco to buy your houtokoepltig outfits. Ho has
tho target stock of stmra, carpets, furnltiiru,
eto., tlmt he has over kept, nnd Is dolus: nn lin
mrn business by selling thorn at cash pi lees on
tho Installment tlan:oaxy weekly or monthly pay
ments Itorlipstnr for Light,
i hni. A. MmMlman. (las Vlxtures for now
J,oue. Itoehi'storund other lamps. IDOilI'st.
Ask for It, solilltK's Milwaukee T.nger Beor.
Tor sale hy all lending houses.
I'or IVnnhliiKtnii Pressed llcef
to to .Tohn It. Kellv, stalls OiH.O'ill and fl.10
luntr Market nnd 'JOl nml 'JOS Northern 1,1b
rty. Corned beef a spechiltv
"Alilrrncy Dairy M'ncons."
Kresh Aldcrnoy butter, churned ovcry morn
Inland iIo'ItcwI In $ ft "Ward" prints, fiOo.
Ir lb. Also cottugo choose, buttermilk and
awect milk, 5o. per (it. Cream, 15o. per pi.
CITY XKWS I'AltAdKAl'HS.
Mrs. Admiral Scnuncs' pocketbook was
snatched on ( street Saturday.
A snenlc thief 6tolo nil overcoat nnil a hat
from 0. K. Hohcrts Haturdny night.
W. A.lhoftutt will talk to tho Travel
Club nt the tjtrathmoro Arms to-night.
Fifty-four arrests were made, In the twenty
four hours cndlnj: at 8 a. in. yesterday,
Tho Oarllcld Hospital doctors havo pro
nounced It. 0. Daniels Insane, nml ho will bo
further examined to-day.
Special Policeman Dnllcy arrested somo
of a crowd of jouup; nccrocs for llrlmr flrc
works at Thlrteonth and Iv streets, jestcrday,
but their compauious rescued tliuut fiom tho
Tho lato Charles 0. White, tho Detroit
theatrical manager, was burled yesterday in
Alexandria In St. Mary's Cemetery. Jtov.
Father O'Kniio olllciated, nnd tha funeral was
Simon Muho, a Philadelphia Jeweler,
liroHKht about forty frlonds from Hint city In
ii palnco car yesterday nnd dined them at
Chnmbcrlln's. Thu menu was especially line,
nnd tho diners went back to Philadelphia ou
tho 7.'J0 trnln jesterday cvcnlmj.
Secretary Whitney has refused to allow
tho Marluu liand to go to Philadelphia to play
for tho City Troop's ball next Fiiday. Tlio
Secretary says that thero havo been complaints
from other bands against tho Marina Hand be
lnir allowed to compute witli them, and ho has
decided not to allow it to go outsldo tho Dis
trict oi i;oiunun, save on oiucini occasions.
Tn-nlgbt at Albaueli's tho McCaull Opera
Company In "Tho Lady or tho Tljicr," with
Do wolf Hopper, DIfiby Hell, l.nuin Joyco
licll, Josephine Knapp, Marian Mauola, and a
Mrs. Allco Shaw, tho whistling prima
douna, ut C'onercgatlonnl Church Wednes
day nlshf. Tickets at Hrcntuno'j.
i.i Hcdmund A Harry Company In "Herminio"
at Harris' HIJou to-ulRht.
Nelson's World Combinnlion nt Kcrnan's
Battle of Shlloli every day from i) a, m. to
10 p. m.
I'lnod for Ills Attentions.
Thero was some, troublu In tho MImsIod Bap
tist Church, In Click's alley, tho other night.
Allco Thompson went up to deliver boino coin
to the tnluister, but on her return from her
charitable mission she was surprised by a
thump In the fnco from Hen Mercer. Xot sat
isfied with having thus rewarded her, hu gave
hcruuoUier, and got $10 or thirty days from
Juuccumcr mis morning inrmis aucnuous.
Frank Brooks aud
deeply inteicsted in each otlierr, it soi letlilug
' r-' "I lit
had occurred to mar tho Ecrctiilv "-T their coin
jianlonship. so they indulged In iJ'llvely scrap,
during wiitch Frank tired his rovolver and
Jlnry hit him with n hilck. Iu the l'olico
Court to-day Judga Miller discharged Mary
and gavo Frauk $10 or thirty da;?.
Murrlugo I. lcuio.es.
John 1!. KIdd and Lulu Pcatroas, lllchmond,
Vn.; William II. Kusscll, Baltimore, and Jo
sephino V. Marr, city; Thornton Downing and
Cornelia Crusenberry; David Itaudolph and
JosephhiL Robertson; Daniel Henderson and
Fin ma Hon man; William King and Maltha
L. Smith; (lenrgu Honesty and Kiln Hnrritv;
Svdney 0. Jeffords, St. Paul, Minn., and Mary
1. Wjlie, My.
An Officer's Dignity Mum lie Vreservetl
Josepli Furccll, a wlnsomo youth In a full
dress suit, v ith nn unusual o.Np.insa ot shirt
front, addressed eomo Insulting remarks to
Ofllcer Itcdgravo In n loud tone of volco which
attracted considerable attention tho other
night, and tho ofllcer placed him under arrest.
Tills morning tho Court ilnod him i!3.
rJ lio l'llots' Association.
Tho sixth annual convention of tho Ameri
can Pilots' Association will meet at tho Harris
House, In this city, to-morrow. Cnptaiu
llarblnsou, president of tho association, is
now lu tlio city making all necessary arrange
ments for the meeting.
A Dlvurciifliilt DismlHnuil,
Judge Cox to-day dismissed fioin the Equity
Court the dlvovco caso of Cbatks linker
against Mary Ann Baker, The husband ap
plied for n dlvorco and tho wife rcsnonded to
his charges with a cross-bill, both" of which
actions wcio sent out of court by the Judge
A Suit fur $H.OO.
The suits wo havo reduced to 8.00 6hould
bo seen to bo appreciated.
Kidman Unorf., HoroutU and K,
Manufacturing Clothiers aud Tailors.
SultH reduced to Sl'J.tK). Xlscman's, 7th & E.
This powder never aiics. A mirvel of puilty,
Ftronuth iind wholusuinoiie w. More i-coumiiluii
than tho orillimry kinds ami rniinot U: sold In
coinprtlon with the iniiltltmlo of low-tojt,
short wclicht idt'm or phosphate powder nolil
only In emir
JtOVAI. IIAUIVUI'OWIICU CO..
i(J0 Wall street, Now York.
P (rnoYALgss'ois 2
rvlcc nt tlm Mansion This
iiIiir Luruoly Aticindi-il,
ct in iront of tlio imit mnnsion
nt nvcmio was IllltHl with car.
la morning long bofoto tho hour
iced for thu funoral of tho lato
lllinm Al. Gult 11 o'clock.
hoitsoAvnsfull of soirowlui: friends
otWio ilccunscil, gnlliurcu to pay n Inst
trllmlo to tho peaceful cud of n busy,
well spent life Tlio oorviccs that woro
held bcsldo tlio enskot in tho parlor wore
short Mid simple, but Impressive. Kov.
Dr. Uartlott, Air. Onll's jmstor for years,
and Ituv. Dr. Stnulerlatul conducted tho
service. Tho blnck casket was almost
hidden hy u mass of handsome flowers
and (hooping forns, and after tho services
it was homo down tho wide, slono steps
lo tho waiting hoarso by tho noting pall
bearcis, selected from among Mr. Gait's
Thoy wore P. J. Mayer, a member of
tho firm, and tlio following clerks:
Messrs. J. J. Jlurley, E. 1'. Anstrol, .las.
M. Allen, E.G. Marlow, S, T. Andorson,
,!. Q. jMcQuecu mid Win. Peldhams. In
front of the casket walked tho pall-hcar-crs,
Henry A. Willunl, K. Prancls Ulgga,
P. Ij. Aloorc, .Tohn "V, Douglass, Gun.
.1 AV. Poster, Prancls 5. Jlolnin.Wllllniii
M Clarke and James L. Norrls. Tho
funeral cortego proceeded to Oak Hill
Ccmeteiy.whuro u short servlco was said
at thu grave. There wcro a great ninny
prominent pcoplo among thoio who at
tended tho funeral and thu floral offerings
were especially lino.
Tlio Ilopn nnd Help Mission.
Tho Indies of tho IIopo and Help Mission
last night celebrated tho second anniversary
ot tlio founding of tho mission. Addicsscs
wcro mado by Bishop Newman, Mrs. La Futrn,
Mi, l'erloy, Mr. Hitchcock, Itcv. Mr. Balloy
and TI. ), Monltou. Mrs. Porloy's report
showed that thoro were an avefago of six girls
lu tho homo every night. Mrs. S. D. La
Fctra gavn an interesting account of tho voxu
llous trials tlio managers of tho mission had
in securing quarters. After being refused n
number of houses hy agents who did not caro
to lent a building to be used as a home for re
claimed or fallen women, they went to nhouso
in tho "Division," In which n m.in had killed
a woman and himself. Thoy wcro slVprlscd
to llnil that not only had n dozen parties luadn
application for-tho pi opcrly, but even an of
fer ot doublo the former rent hnd been mado
for it. A smaller house on Fourtconth street
was sccuicd, lu which n start was made.
A "Scrap" at ii Church Mcotlnc;.
Jeremiah lllllms and Hunson Gnut, both
coloied, attended a protracted meeting at tho
Hock Creek Baptist Church New Year's night.
Matters went along smoothly until theso two
gentlemen decided to mix up a littlo scrap
with their lellgious exercises. Thoy dou't
.seem to mix very well. After having a quar
rel outsldo they went in tho church and con
tinued tho rumpus, when Gnut whipped out u
knlfu nnd carved llllbus delicately lu tho
spine, for which operation he icceived sixty
days in jail from Judgo Miller this morning.
Mrs. itrtttiroril'ft Debut.
Mrs. Fadclford, v,ho was Miss Bettlo Orrt
way, ono of Washington's most beautiful
women, will mako her first professional ap-
pcarauco this evening nt tho Columbia
Theatre, Chicago, as I'claa in "Tho King's
Fool." She will bo known on the stage as
Bcttlna Gerrntd. Mrs. Padclford wastohnvo
appeared Christmas F.vc, but was prevented
by sickness. She has been constantly rehears
iug for several weeks under contract with Hcrr
Coreld, and It is expected she will maku a
It Whh Stolen ut a Party.
William Pollard, a clerk In tho Postofllco
Department, was attending a party ou Fif
teenth street teccntly aud when Pollard started
for homo ho dlscovared tho loss of his coat.
Detectives Carter nnd Mnhon tinccd the coat
to Levi's, on Seventh sti'cet, whcio it was sold
by Charles Taylor, nn Kbbllt House waiter.
Jjudgo Miller Imposed a lino of $20 or two
Tho I'louer Cainn IIIrIi.
UMl. IrftUlUI, .1 IMill-lllUilOtU Ulf (lUlll.lll.
picked a raio Imported orchid nt the Botanic
Garden, aud nt Superintendent Smith's
lustnnco was urrcsted by Olllccr Manslleld.
Ho was rccjulied to leave $35 collateral, which
Churned with Two OfTeuscs.
James Dickson, alias James Gray, shot; at
but did' not lilt John A. Huppert somo days
ago, aud Saturday he snatched n pocketbook
In a slreet-enr. Both cases wcro sent to tho
grand Jury to-day lu $yoo each.
A Oriind Opening of Imported Gowns,
Thero Is an Interesting and superb display
of handsome Imported gowns, cloaks, &c,
which is being opened this morning at tho
Arlington Hotel parlor K, thu same, suit that
was occupied durlug their last seasons visit to
Miss Jennings and her assistant havo just
arrived hero fiom Now York and aro busy
opening out their lovely goods for Inspection.
This ivow York linn Is nu cxtenslvo impor
ter of tho very latest btyles In gowns, cloaks,'
etc. Mibs Josephine 11. Kagau, with whom
tho ladles aie well acquainted, nnd who rep
resented the llrm in former openings, Is
one of tho firm nnd Is a resident ot Europe,
which enables tho company to obtain all tho
latest novelties lu gowns, cloaks, etc., lu ad
vance of many of their competitors In tho
Those who wcro foitunato enough to secure
their pietty gowns aud wiaps last season will,
no doubt, bo anxious to avail themselves
again of the samo opportunity nnd replenish
their wnidrobes from tlio superb stock now
ou exhibition, which includes, lu pait, beauti
ful street and dinner dresses; also handsomu
wnips and exquisite cloth" coats. Tho former
patrons of Jennings & Co, arc earnestly re
quested to call, and also those- who havo not
yet availed themselves of this grand oppor
Caro nnd Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will banish
colds and coughs. Piico "5 cts. a bottle.
Twenty-llvo cents will buy n bottlo of Salva
tion Oil, the celebrated family liniment.
Pears' Soap Is tho most clcgaut toilet adjunct.
". Carter, a woll-dicsscd gentleman.
(Successor to Perry & Uro.)
If OHDEU TO M AKK HOOM FOR HIS DIRECT
IMPORTATION OP HPUINO NOVHLTIUS IN
HILK, WOOL ANI) COTTON KA1IIUCS 18 OF
FK1I1NO ALL PARIS COMBINATION SUITS,
WINTUlt WRAPS ANII FANCY VKLVKTS AT
"OltKATf.Y UKDUUK1) PltlOKS."
COMBINATION SUITS RIJUU01J1) FROM $25
COMBINATION SUITS RKDUCKU PROM S20
COMBINATION SUITS RKBUOKD FROM S15
COMBINATION SUITS RUDUCKD FROM Sl'J
"LOWLVT PIIIOES" ON ALL WINTBIt PLUSH
ANI) CI.O I'll WRAPS, JACKKTS, SACQUKS,
RAOLAN8. NBWMAItKin'S. CIRCULARS
AND MOD.IKSKASTO CI.OSi:.
"ODDS AN ULNUS" OP tiUMb. PLUSIIUS.VBL.
VETS. l)lti:ss GOODS, PJ.ANNKI.S, CLOTHS,
wilitbuoodh. linknsani) uomustius
at'-vi:ry low pricks
"closing piiiujis" on all fancy plusiils
a lot op wojiun's gossamur watijr.
proofs at 70o and si, reduobd from
"M'KCIAL IIAROAINS,' IN OlIILDIIBN'S TUB-
HUD COTTON 1IOSB A V i.r,o, tITKo AND TiOa.
"IIillMSn01(i"&"Ui;i,KIIIATKU PAST BLACK
bTAINLBSS UOsIBIIV FOlt MliN, WOMIiN
ANI) Oil LURL'N. RANGING FROM JSo TO
nit) A PAIR.
NKW I-HU1TON SPIJMl-POINT, PIG-SKIN
(il,OVr.S AT Sl.'-'.l i'KR PAIR.
NKW fi IIUTTOM TAN SUKDU GLOVt'S WITH
NARROW STITCHING, AT 81 PUR PAUL
TRIUOUSSP. A CO.'8 CKLi:illtATKD KID
GI.OVKS IN BLACK ANI) ALL THIS NUW
COLORa FOR STRBIU' AND LViSNING
KOVCI.TIUS IN FANCY SILK (MUXES,
CIILPKS. ILLUSIONS AND LA TOSOA NUTS.
"OUIlAT BARGAINS" IN BKOOADUD SILIJ
KVKNING SILK hOltAHH AllMIIKUS,
HATINS, FAtl.LK FRAN'OMSK. MOHICAN
THiiri'.S AND Hl'INUALINKM IN GP.IJAT VA-
fjtplain piguuim and. c0uri5ct prioi'.s
Perry Hullilliijr, I'oiumylviitil.i ai'iiue, corner of
Ninth Btioet. FstublUhcdlBlU.
SIICIAIj ANI) l':USuN.U).
Mrs. Cleveland 1ms ndt been fcellnc well
slnco Thursday, tho day oft which Marshal and
Mis. Wilson gnva n dinner In her honor. Ou
her roturn homo from tlio dinner slio com
plained of n slight nausea and fainting feollug.
Her physlciau pronouueed It a Might nttack of
indigestion, alio is still confined to her room.
1 Baron Iludclhlst, tho new secretary of tho
Spanish Lcgnllon, nnd Baroness Iludclhlst
wcro entertained nt dinner Friday by tho Span
ish Minister, Baron Fava.
Tho French, Turkish, Hawaiian and Swiss
Ministers, Minister Hartado aud wife, Mrs.
Carter, Mr. nnd .Mrs. Fciincr Leo and Mr.
James Lowndes vcro entertained nt dinner by
Secretary and Mrs. Falrchlld Saturday,
Tho rcsldcnco of Dr.' nnd Mrs. Samuel Wng
gatnan of West Washington was tho sccno of
n largo gathering of friends Friday evening to
witness tho amateur presentation ot n very
clover dramatic, production ot Mrs. Wngga
inan's, cntltlcd,"A Diplomatic Stroke." Tho
parts wcro creditably taken by well known
joung ladles and nn onjoynblo ovonlng spent.
Miss K. P. Wormley, tho authoress, has
bought tho cottngo ot 5lrs. Lambert Palmer nt
Dr. Herndon of tha U. 8, ship Kntcrprlso Is
lying seriously 111 at tho Royal Naval Hospital,
Mrs. L'udlcott will hold her usual Cabinet
Minister Phelps Is expected homo on tho
Laliu ucxt month.
Tho wives of tho Justices of tho Supremo
Court icceived to-day.
Senator and Mrs. Fryohavo arrived and nro
nt tho Hamilton.
Tho tnarrlago of Miss Harriett Williams,
daughter of tho American Consul, nnd James
Ronald Mutsou Is announced to occur at
Rouen ou the 15th Instant.
Tlio recent bazaar for tho benefit of tho Gar
field Hospital Sowing Society netted over
Mrs. C. M. Popper nnd Miss Carolina 1'cppcr
will bo nt homo on Tuesdays at 113.11 L street.
Mrs. McNeil of Denver mid Mrs. John N.
Garrison of Hrookvlllc, Pa., aro the guests of
their brother, ltepicsontntlvo A. C. Thompson
ot Ohio, 210 North Capitol street.
Hawkins, tho President's coachman, took
Mrs. Cleveland out shopping this morning.
Thu Corcornn Cadet Corps havo Issued In
vitations for their tenth complimentary hop,
to be cbrcn at tho Rules' Armory on Monday
evening, January 15.
Major Stofer, tlio well-known newspaper
coricspoudent, left this afternoon over thu B.
,t O. for St. Louis to nttcud tho funeral of his
f i lend, J. W. Lambert, who died thero yester
day. , -
Accurate Trnln Sorvlco.
During tho month of December tho "Sena
torial Express," ouo of the B. it O. turco
hour trains botweeu Washington and Phila
delphia, conformed to her schedule S'J per
cent of tho tlmo nnd only oncu during tho 31
days was sho as much as a half hour lato.
Tho "Flying Yankee," n companion train to
tho "Senatorial Kxprcss," was on tho dot 78
per cent of tho time. Tho inaccuracies nearly
all occurred during tho first week nfter tho
threo hour trains were placed lu servlco nnd
bluco that dato tho schedule has been mado
more than !X) per cent of tho tlmo. When it
is icmcmbcjcd tliat theso aiotho fastest pas
senger trains in America, excepting tho 11. ,t
O. trains between Washlugtou and Baltimore,
tho moiit of thin pcrformnuco is moiu marked
and contlrms tho conlldcucoof the 11. it O.
management In tho superiority of their Phila
delphia lino. A three-hour schedule between
1'hlliulclphl.i and Washington is no longer nn
experiment and tho public can depend upon
always having a servlco of threo hours or less
betwecu thoso two cities via tho Baltimoro
& Ohio Ilallroad.
I'lrol Smnliol Wiitor!
Salo ot damaged shoes at slaughtered prices
is now going on at tho Family Shoe Storo, 310
Seventh slrecL -
Suits reduced to $8.00. Biscmau's, 7th & E.
A newly fallcu meteoric stone, weighing 140
pounds, has been found at Kllswprth, Wis.
Trousers to order, 31. BO. Elsorann's, 7th & T..
Ilnvlni: purchased to eient advnntniro n Inrso
lot of FAILLK FRANOAIHi;, KUOS GRAINS,
PKAU DK SOIL'S and BKNGALINKS, wo aro
offering decided advantages lu
SUPERIOR BLACK SILKS
We jruarnntco tho prices to bo tho lowest, and
nsk nn Inspection and comparison. The prices
are fiom 20c. to SI per yard loss than ordinary
Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Umbrellas,
in great variety.
All-wool Henriettas, 40 inches wide,
Finest French Flannels reduced to 65c
Dress Patterns in great vatiety.
f . M. SISTER fi SONS,
UIO l'viiniyluiilu Airntic.
Miss . Jennings
(Of Jennings & Co.)
OF NEW YORK
Invites the Ladies to call at the
' Parlor E (1st floor),
And Kxamlno Her
Gowns, Cloaks, &c.
ARE THE BEST
T WIM.MU I.KK
((successor to Henry Lee's Sons),
- XJ 1ST X3 B E rD j&. IC HI U
ad'J i'KNN. AVKNUU N. W.,
South SI ile.
Ilrnnch o(llon, '1118 Maryhind tivo. h. w.
A IJUUST llllltdllllllK,
UlUl'onn. avo. u. w botweon t)d nud a)(ists.
. Ijllllll 11IBL UlUfS.
PEERIES8 DVE8 &EftK8ffi
AT TIIK HOTEIiS.
John C. Paul, Win. 1), Fcttlt, W. M. Furor
nnd A. Clnwson, Now York, and Ooorgo ,1.
(loldsmlth and wlfu, Pottsvlllc, Pa., aro at
lion, W. 11. Hatch, wife nnd daughter, Mis
souri; Wm, Crump. Philadelphia: Daniel JIc
Cauloy and P. A, Silvn, Now York, and K. L.
Kobcrts, llnston, aro at tho Hlggs House.
P. A. Molding, Columbus, O.J 0. U, Hold,
Philadelphia; L. Paget nnd wife, New York,
and 8. Hirsch aud wife, Itlclimoud, Vn., aio
R, S. Oraut, New York, and Louis 1). Hran
dis, Boston, nro nt Wclcker's.
J. II. Wchl, lloston; A. W. Jones, Warring
Ion, O.j W. A. Wright, Oreeuvlllo, 8. (J.;
Josepli 0, Jetuiliig, jr., New York; L. a, Delft
Pliiln, Jr., Wheeling, W. Vn,; Hubert Wold,
South Jlangc, N. .1.; Ocoigo A, Pljtnpton,
New York, nro registered nt tlio Kbbltt House.
Miss Marian Mauola, tho prima donna of
the McCaull Opera Company, Is at tlioArling
ton. II. B. Howo, Hochestor, N. Y.; O. K, lions
Lowln, Denver, and Air. nnd Mrs. .M auric 0 11,
Harris, New York city, aro at tho Arlington.
Fdward A. Wicks, 0. N. Jloveo nuiTK. W.
Paige, Now York, and Judgo Ashbcll (Ireon,
N. J., brother of Governor (Ircen of New
Jersey; (. 0. W. Lowroy, William Murray
and D. L. Uujhc, Now York, aro nt Chamber
IIii'h. Captain lilchard Kronqls, Louisiana; 1), 1).
Steven, wlfo nnd child, manager of MrCaiill's
Opera Company; II. A. Cupp, Mississippi;
Tolio Pcltlt and Itosn Driikcr. members of tho
McCaull Opern Company; William Wilson,
New York; tho member of tho Hedmund
Barry Company; Henry Barnard, Toledo, and
Buck Taylor nro registered nt tho Harris
A Tnlo of Love nnd 1. archil-.
Edward Golway anil James Quarlcs, two col
ored bojs, were placed ou trial lu tho Criminal
Court to-day 011 the chargo of hnvlng robbed
Win. Armstoadof thirty-live ccuts. William
said that Golway aud a boy named Kdwaul
Bchtiremun had tnrown him against a tree
box, whllu (Juarles wont prospecting for per
sonal property. Tho story told by tho do
fenso was that Armstoad went Into n con
fectionery storo with a girl. Golway demon
strated his superior powers of fuscluntlon by
calling tho girl nway from him, and Arm
stead, out of revcuge, had them both nr
rcstcd. Tho IiiMirun'co Company
Is paying for our shoes. Call and get a pair
ut gicatly reduced pilees on account of lire.
Family bhoo Storo, !110 Seventh street.
mm Wrm m. mm e
m . mjimjtomm m i
Mk M& mM1M&wz!?$
For Dlllous and Nervous Disorders, such as Wind and Pain in tlio Stomach. Sick llcadacho.Ofdalness,
Fulness, and Swolllnnalter Meals, Dizziness and Drowsiness, Cold Chills, Fluchlngs ot Meat, Low ol
Appetlto. Shortness of Breath, Costlvenc. Scurvy, Blotches on tho Skin, Disturbed Sleep, Friglitlu
Dreams, and all Nervous and Trembling Sensations, 4c. THE riUST DOSE WILL GIVE HELIfcr IN
TWENTY MINUTES. This Is no fiction. Kvcry suQcrer la earnestly Invited lo try one Dox of these
Tills, nud they ivlllbe aeUiwwlcdtjcd to ben Wontlerful2tcdlclne-"Vot. a ttulnca nbo.T."-HlJI-;ciIAJl,SriI,LS,
taken n'idlrcctcd, will quickly r4orocnialMtocompletehcaHh. Fora
WEAK STOMACH; IMPAIRED DIGESTION" DISORDERED LIVER;
the muscular System ; restoring long-lost Complexion; bringing back the keen cdno ol appetite,
These ore "facts "admitted by thousands, In all
tees to the Nervous nnd Debilitated la that BCECHAH'S PILLS HAVE THE LARGEST SALE UF ANr
tecstotne Nervous nnuucutiuaieu is mat uLLUinr.vs fiLL navt 1
PATENT MEDICINE IN THE WOflLD. Full directions with each Eos.
Preparorl only by TII03. liEECIIAM, St. Helens, Lnncaalilrc, Englutid.
Bold by DruggUts ficneraUy, B. F. ALLEN & CO., 305 and 3G7 Canal St., New York, Sole
Agents for the United States, who, (If your druggist does not keep them,)
WILL MAIL BEECHAM'S PILLS ON RECEIPT OF PRICE 25 CENTS A BOX.
AUGUST W. NOACIC, President.
THE SHOOMKKER C07RKISV
' (Sueocssois to Shoomakor & Hertzog),
IMPOUl'GRS AND JOIUJL'ItS OF
pine IXlines, Iiiqaofs, Cigars, e.,
Nos. 1331 ANI) 1.133 L'
'i'olephono Call, 517.
ALL GOODS SOLT) AT
Assorted Casos of 0110 dozen Wines.
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E. B. BHRNUM St CO
931 Pennsylvania Avenue.
WE DISPLAY HERE A STOCK OF
PROPER ? CLOTHINGS
That covers t.ho whole ranpo of values, from tho vary lowest to
th, v3r,y hl?hQSC. By this wo mean that wo show proper
Clothing at ovory price, and that ovory prlco Is proper.
whether It stands for a 857.60 Suit, or one at S30.
A Perfect Equipped Custom Department
Meets tho requirements of thoso who prefer their Clothini?
mado to order. Both "Roady-mado" and
"Made to Order" wo offer you
-A-t, tli Ticrwest 3?rios.
.909 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Tlio Orliornl .Orders $!J,000 Worth of
t'nrrliigcv (ullrlnc to WiDililngton.
Qcncrnl Hnrrlson litis hought his Innu
gurntlon carriage nnd It is now being
nmdo by a well-known firm of mnnu
fncturcs In Indiana. II will bo what Is
known ns n Stnto coach, a sort of largo
landau, and lis prlco is $2,000, which is
tho sum that Genoial Harrison will
pay for it, ho having insisted that hu
should bo charged tho regular price.
From tho samo makers tho President
elect has ordcicd a family shopping
carriage, lo cost $1,000. Uesldcs thi9, ho
has mado mrniigcmcnta for seeming for
his use in Washington a stable of prob
ably a half-dozen liorscs.all to bo at least
sixteen hands high and cherry bay in
color. Tlio wholes outfit is oxiet:tcd to
bo In .Washington ready for usu by
It 1ms been paid that tlio buying of
horses has been trusted to Colonel
Brldgeinnd of Indianapolis, formerly
Consul to Havre, but tho Colonel denies
It, and says ho does not even know that
General Harrison Is going to buy any
horses. Colonel Uridgcland Is a raiser of
draught horses himself. Tho StudolmUors
nic interested with somo Now Jeisoymen
in the samo business, having a lnrgo
ranch In Colorado, whero they ralso
Annual i;ioetlns To-duy.
Tho holders of stock ot tho Washington
Market Company met this afternoon. "Mr.
Ordwny mado n statement of tho cold storage
and other business of tho company, which
showed a very prosperous condition of affairs.
Tho dividend, numbered twenty-four, of thirty
cents a ehaio, payablo nt once, was confirmed,
nnd tho following bonrd of directors elected:
Matthew G. Kmery, Udwnrd 11. Tinker,
llcitbcn 11. Clarke, John Casseis, Hallct KM
bourn, William Blrnoy, William K. Chandler,
Samuol Normunt, N. G-. Ordnay, Onirics 1).
Pnluicr, P. 8. Bmlth, Samuel W. Cunldon and
Frank (1. Wllklns.
Tho Flroincn's Insurnnco Company this
morning elected a now board of directors ns
follows: Albert A. Wilson, Thomas Fnrkur,
Joseph Kedfcrn, K. G. Davis, F. A. Lutz,
Frank Hume, II. C. Medullar, Bamuol E.
Whcatlcy, G. W. Croploy, John M. Wntcis,
Dorsey Clagolt, 0. 0. Duncanson, Win. J.
Wilson. Tbuucw board will meet at 12
o'clock to-morrow to elect officers.
mu ut- ntHLiii me wmuio vi'V'" "'"-j oi 111a nurnnii iraiue.
bv thousands. In nil classes of r"clctv. and one of the best Guaran
classes of r"clcty, and one of the beste
FRANCIS OAHMCKS, Sccrotnry.
WASHINGTON 1). C.
NJ1W YOItK l'HICKS.
Liquors and CordhiN at dozen prices.
We won't pretend to show
you the name of the coming
Cabinet, but we will show
Tie Best uarmt
For years the head cutter ol
Messrs. Saks & Co., and who
they have repeatedly asserted
Tiie Most Artistic Cutter
In this section, is now in
charge of our cutting-room.
mmwrntj -"- rrri-jf if Mnrrn """' nirryiirt-i.
Show it to m
This is the second week of
our Grand Annual January
Sales of Ladies' Muslin Un
derwear, Linens and House
keeping Goods, Ready-made
Bed Clothes, Hamburg Em
broideries and Men's Un
laundered Shirts, Every de
partment is displaying en
tirely new goods, and we
propose to make this week's
sale more successful, if possi
ble, than the last, by offering
bargains unobtainable else
where. As an attraction un
precedented we shall inaug
urate in our Dress Goods
GRAND "REMNANT SALE EXTRAORDINARY"
OF "SHORT LENGTHS" OF SEROES
We have just consummated
one of the most judicious pur
chases ol our business experi
ence by securing from the
Washington Woolen Mills of
Lawrence, Mass., their entire
balance of the winter season's
accumulation of short lengths
in Broadcloths and Serges at
a price which enables us to
offer them at exactly
FIFIY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
These lengths embrace all
the season's most fashionable
shades and Black, in pieces
ranging from 2 to 65 yards,
and offers an opportunity to
our customers to buy Chil
dren's Dresses, Coats, Cloaks,
Ladies' Sacques, Jackets,
Wrappers and Suits which
simply has no precedent since
we began business. These
goods are all Pure Wool, 50
inches wide, and perfect in
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Corner lltli nnd V Streets N. Y.
F, ELLIS CO
937 Pennsylvania avenue,
NEAH 10TII STItEET.
The oldest and largest
Music House in the city,
in good second hand
Now in stock and will be
sold at a sacrifice
Steinway, Weber and Other
Mason 6 Hamlin, Estey and
Please REMEMBER we
are overcrowded and
need the room and there
fore for tho next thirty
days will work off our
second hand instruments
for what they will bringl
We will sell on easy
monthly payments or at a
big discount for cash.
937 Pennsylvania avenue,
Near lOtli alvucl.
But a Genuine Remnant
Will take place next Fri
day morning, January 1 1,
and will continue for one
week. A great many Odds
and Ends will be well,
we might as well say
given away. Wool-mixed
Goods that sold for 12 1-2
up to 29c. will be sold
from 2c. up to 1 5c. There
is fully 5,000 yards of the
various kinds, and if you
do not expect as much as
on the 4th of March, we
will surprise you. In ad
dition, we shall have a
new line of White Goods
Remnants, such as India
Linen, Checks, Plaids,
Bleached Cotton Sheet
ings, Light Percales and
other new Spring Goods.
In the meantime call
down. Call and get some
one or another of our
great bargains in Coats
and Bed Wraps.
1241 & 1243 I Ith St. S. E.
PIONEER REMNANT HOUSE.
Mineral Spring Water.
This oxtraordlnary wntor romnrkablo ns a
Croat natural remedial uguat and, ut tho snmo
tlmo, wlion cni'linnutod, a most ilcllKlitful and
oxhllarntlns uovorasu was discovered In tlio
Centennial Yo,irlS70,on tlio farm ot Jlr. 0. 1
MacllI, In llultlmoro County, situated on Greeu
Spring; aveuuo, about live miles north of Druld
Hill l'ark, and ono-qunrtor ot a mile from
Strontlu Spring station, on tho Green Spring
Ilrnnch ol tho Northern Central Itallway. Tho
elevation Is ndnrly Mccn hundred feel aliovo tldo.
btrontla wulor. while possessing nstoiil'hliis
onratlvn iropurtlcs, Is especially In Its hliihly
caervci'ccut. stalo. u delightful and refreshing
buveniue, promoting digestion, oto.
It will euro Gout and liheumtilltm.
Is will rellovo any disordered condition of tlio
IAcer, titomach adJljUtU. Ularvhota and Dye
altera. It will testore lite Tone of tin Stomach and In
eroasu tho unpotlto,
It will ho found ot great fervlon In Scrofulous
Affections nnd WtaincM of tu l.unu.
In offering this water to tho public, tho Com
pany doslios to call attention to tho standing of
tho cltkens who testify to Its worth, not know
ing of another product which shown ut honus
higher testimonials of excellence..
From the President of the Board of
Health for the State of Mprylanil.
TowdoN. May 'JO. 1887.
O. 1. jrAcoiu, Y.nq. lhar Air: It gives mo
great pleasure to stalo that I was cntlioly ro
lloved of .Muscular Khoumntlsm of tic months'
stnu'tuig by thu lieo uso of your Strontlu Water.
1 buffeted much palu nnd Inability to uso my
arms. I tiled a number of lomedles nltlimit
effect. Notlolng tlio excellent lesults In Dr.
Chancellor's case, and having always a high
opinion of thu wator, I used It, with tnnuliova
result, and have hnd no retain or thultlieuma
tlsm. Sincerely yours.
Jackson rii'j:i!, jr. i.
From the Secretary of the Board of
Health for the State of Maryland.
IIaltijjouk, Mivj 11, 1887.
Cor, 0. 1 Mraiix.
Dear Sir: YourStrontla Wivtor has certainly
iloim mo n great de.U of good, for surur.il years
I sutTei'id putntul ultiicits of lllienmatlu liont,
for tho euro of which I was Induced to visit thd
principal springs ai.d water cures of Kitrupe. as
well us many lu this country, but without any
positive i diet. Uitixs melted mora bennMj nun
diluting ttiontla Water than .troin (Ut other
fuuict,and J muit reaurd It its a lenj taliiubts
remedial agent. As n talilo wat"r and food sol
vuut It U unsui-pus"od, and ospeeialtv valtubla
lu many forms ol liyspcpsln.
Very ti uly yours.
ft V. CIIANCULI.01I, M. D.
Wo c ould add limiilroflH of others to tho ubovo,
but space will not icruilt.
Manner In Which the Water Is Put Up
Blrontla Water Is Held In effervescent coudt
tlou, lu plut.iuart and lulf-gnllon glus bottles
Itiicli Imltlu hears noon 1 1 - fnco ll wllow laliol
h.uliuaiwl ueiitre nud lol side miu.iio, the
ecntru hearing u fiieslmllo of thoMiontia bpilu-'
lmiiM), whloh cimstltutei our Tiudii-Maik and
u yellow neck lati'l having iiihiIi It the woid
"Htrontltt." Thu water Is nli-o ih'llvLiVd In
erterveecent condition, In tlnumis ni d loiiuls.
In the stalo iu wh.oJl It Is tukeu Irom tha
gnrlnir, It Is fold lu pint, ipiutt nud hatl-gullon
gluts buttles, labeled us ubovo.
EFFERVESCENT OR NON-EFFERVESCENT.
1 Cujo, 10K1 (lallo'i Dottles Oil 25
I Dm . Dottles, ruimts.. .,,,,.. 175
1 duo. fill llottlos. quarts , II OU
1 !)u.. Hut tin, plntu 1 'J.S
1 fiuo, 103 bottles, pints 8 OU
G. G. GOMWBLL k SOI
1412 and 1414 Ponn. Avo
WASHIA'UTOX D. C,
Wi . .l., gttflMM