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THE A lliM.ION ( III lit, M()M)V MEMiMi. J,KmibAlt 1L, 1881).
Tlio l'.irnt of Ml .Sra vm.
The large nnd commodlnin More, No, t i II'
Mrret, will lie occupied from next Tncday nt
It n. m unci 8 ami 7 10 p. in., nnil until further
notice, by the Ilartfnnl silver Plate Comniny
(It I" Chapman, treaurcrO for tho nlo by
unction nf nn linmenw nnil superb riillccllon
of inarnlo clock", finest I'rcncli morcmcnK
encased In rlih. eb'itiint I'rcncli miirlilo nn I
onyx frames, together with n large nvirt
mentof French bronzes of the most article
nnd lieanlllnl iIcsIkiis. Immeillatrly nfler
nnd continuing fromilny toclnynt tho hours
Muted nliovc.wlllliosolil nlltliosurpliis stock
nnd slhcr-plnled wnroof thonbmo eo-niianj',
imlmulng our $'AWi) worth of tho llnett
finality of goods, eslieclally manufactured for
tho Jewelry trade Ladles nro especially I ti
nted to attend these sales, tnlloni for
heating them hat Ing been made. This Mlo
nffords nn oiiporlunlty seldom offered for tho
IAirchac of the. finest goods nt miction prices,
(Iriiiul InnuRiiriil Opening
nf the I'rcncli Hotel, No. COS lltbst n.w
lean M l'crroard, proprietor, will lako placo
on Monday evening, l'ehrnnry II, IW.
To Itcnt During Urn Inituciirnllnn,
Cots, Waitresses. (Jullts, Blankets, Pillows,
.sheets, etc Pack ft Hon, natl Twelfth st. n.
W. JIako j our contracts early.
Don't miss tho opportunity to (ret a dh.
count of 10 per cent, on Hue parlor work,
cabinets, tables, etc., hand mado work: goods
marked In plain figures. Wuiidrmam Si Co.,
010 l'Jlh st third door uortli of l'st.
aiie ir Tim rnovTAnt.iv.
' (let their prices on Cots, lllankcts, Ac, be
fore you hire or purchase.
Wo also ha for sale a South American
all-hair .Mattress, do pounds for SI 1.00. It
will ray you to sco this. .
' ' ' W, II. Hoi-miTOV & Co.,
1218, Vi'M V street northwest.
ltuihlen's Installment housos, centrally lo
ruled nt HOD and uivi feventh street north
west, Is tho placo to buy your houakoepliig
outfits. Ho has tho largest stocK of stores,
carpets, lurnlture, etc., that he has over kept,
sndtido'ng nn lmmcno lmslnos by telling
them at cash prices ontho Installment plan:
easy w eckly or monthly payments
It Is tho Host.
f"Ask for It. BchllU'a Mllwankco Laser
.Xlccr. Cor salo by nil leading housos.
l'or Washington Drcssoil Itenf
CO to John R. Kell, stalls Oirt. fl-JD Had (131)
cratro Market and 20(1 and itOd Norlhorn
Llurty. Coined beef n specialty.
"Alderney llrj- Wagons."
Fresh Alderney butter, churned every
morning and jlo Ivorwl In J4 P "Ward"
rrlnts, TiOc. per lb. Also cottdgo cheese, but
termilk and sweet milk, 5c. per qt. Cream.
15c. per pt.
citt suits i;.iit.utit.ivns.
Rev. Oldcon Draper delivered an nd
flrens at tho McKcndro M. E. Church yes
terday on missionary work.
lion. It, II. Vanco and Alexander Ash
ley dellrired addresses ou missionary work
at tho ltyland M. E. Church.
The Sunday-school Missionary Society
tact at tho Foundry Church yesterday. An
Interesting progratnmo was rendered, nnd
G. Warflcld submitted tho annual report.
A banner was presented by E. V. Simpson.
Another social organization, to bo
knottn as tho West End Harrison and Mor
ton Club, has been incorporated by JnmiM
1'nrkcr, Itobert Turner, Joseph White,
James Bland, Maury Williams, Faglo and
An exhibit of American art will bo
held In the Hell mansion, on Ilbodo Island
avenue and N street, recently leased by
Mr. Morton. Tho exhibition will open
'March 0 or 7. and tho proceeds aro to go to
the Garfield Hospital.
Rev. M. and Mrs. Anderson of Connect
icut are tlBltlng Iter. Dr. and Mrs. Noblo of
East Capitol street. Iter. Mr. Anderson
was tho craud chaplain of tho O. A. It. last
jcar. IIo delivered two sermons yesterday
at tho Kastorn Presbyterian Church, on
'JEtghlh street northeast.
' A.31U8K3U:SXS, ,
' First appcaronco to-nlcut In Washington
fit "The Henrietta," Itobson and Crano, at
rAlbaugh's. Mr, Rolwon as Bertie, the
fjuamb; Mr. Crauo as Old Sick, in the Street.
' ' "Undo Tom's Cabin" nt tho BIJou to
night. ? ftcllly A Wood's Big Show thlsovenlng
This oenlng at tho Congregational
Church the Xandcr-Mlcrsch concert. Assist-
-cntu, Miss Livingstone, Mr. Banner and Mr.
Tho Western papers aro doing up somo'
cheerful advance notices for Rosenthal, tho
tilsnlet. Here's one, for instance: "In
Washington City tho other evening tho
audience simply went mad lu storming at
him, and It Is said to have been a most re
markable scene." Naturally it would bo n
Louis James and Mario Walnwrlght will
star separately next season, because they
Henry day Miner will manage Miss Helen
Dam raj's tour which begins in September.
It is said Modjcska has ogrccd to play
tho leading roles In Booth's support next
"A Royal Tramp," with Blanche. Marsdon
as tho star, got back to New York by way
of Its name last week.
DIxoy In "Adonis" played to $1,!00 Sun
day night of last week In Now Orleans. It
was the first tlmo New Orleans had seen
"A Woman's Vcngeanco" is Kate, Clax
ton' new play.
The thrco tartest shows which have ap
peared In flrbt-class theatres In Washington
this winter aro: "Tho Ruling rasslon,"
"Kattl," and "Threo of a Kind?' Tho last
oriegaio tho light namo to tho combina
tion. Vow .Vast Hlecplng-Oar Line Between
Wnshlncton anil Indianapolis.
Commencing with this dato tho Baltl
more and Ohio Railroad. Company will run
a Pullman vcstibulcd sleeping-car between
Washington and Indianapolis, via Cincin
nati anif C. H. and D. It. It. The car will
be attached to tho vcsttbulod limited ox
lrcesU'alugl), nnd 0. Depot dally, oxcept
Saturday r.t !i p. m., arriving In Indian
apolis the following morning nt 11:40; re
turning, will leave Indiananolls dallv.
fcxeept Sunday at 8:50 p, m., arriving lu
-Washington at 1:53 p, m. tho next day.
No extra fare charged on these trains,
Nerraon to the IE, O, J.'.
Rev, Dr. Domcr preached to the Knights
of the Golden Eagle at St. rani's lost night.
Among the people present were: l'at graud
chief, W. iI.Terguson: past chief Woolman
Gibson; past chief, II. K. W. Patterson;
grand chief, E. Tolson; grand high priest,
li.Yrnc); grand sir herald, II. M. Schneider;
noblo chief, J. McElroy; (J. Second 0.,
Ocorgo Kcach; F, C. Townsend, captain: F.
P. Curpcntcr,flr6t lleutenaut; Charles Miller,
second lieutenant: J. K. Bcntly, secoud
eergcant, and U. High, color sergoant.
The Nittlonnl Leacue.
Next Sunday night at Harris' BIJou
Opera-House a mass-meeting will be held
,in the Interest of home rule for Ireland, un
der tho auspices of the T. M. Healy Branch
of the Irish National League. Reprcscnta
, tif McAdOO, McKinley, Forau, Springer,
Woodburn and others have accepted Invita
tions, and will address tho meeting.
An Accomplished Assistant.
A joung woman applied to tho chief clerk
in,onoof tho departments a few days ago
for employment. Blio said she could do nil
sorts of work and spying a handsome, letter
press, sho walked over to It and giving lt,a
twang, asked: "Is this a .tyno-wrltlng
machlncf" The chief clerk did not re-
"cover for t o hours.
Tlio Completion of the Heir Ilrldjre
tOf tho Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Com
pany ncrofs the Ohio River at Cincinnati
enables passengers going by this popular
route to savo three hours between this city
and Cincinnati, The holld train leaves at
b;Ui p, m. dally, Instead of 0:80 p. in., us
heretofore. Day express at 11 :'J I a. m. Tho
lluctt of Pullman cars on all trains,
A l'lno Display or Orchids.
Over flftj' varieties of prchlds are n ex
hltiltlon to-day at Small's llower establish
ment, at the corner of Fourteenth aud Q
T streets. Tlie display is the first of its kind
ovr made Jn the city, and in tho collection
' there will be several plants from private
if Imhuw. '
von x sisai.n tax.
Tim Meiiiorhil to CoiiKrcss ltoln Numerous!)-
Tlio pcllllon liy tlio Single Tn
Lcngtio Hiking Congrcs to relieve from
tnxntlon icronnl property nnd Im
proveinenls to lnml In the District nnil
to plnco (lie cntlio btinlcn of Inxntlon
on tlio lnml nlone, h being circulated
nnd lins rreelved iittiuerous slcnnturcs,
tlio nnincs iiii'liiilliiL' Snks it Co., Oeo.
0. lleniilng, Y. V. Mllbtirii.Hnirlwii
Crook, W. 1). iMow & Son, 13. 1, Merlz,
Singleton & Flclrlicr, Wnsh. It, '.
liniiii, Oeorgo ltynenl, Jr., Frnuk lliitno
nnd ninny ollicri.
Mr. C. 11, llcinlngwny, n lender In tlio
slnglc-tnx uiovenient, Hlnted Hint It
would relieve 15,000 depositor In lmlld
lug nsoelntlonsj it would nlso bo iid
viinliigcotis to borrowcrH nnd lender1! of
money nnd would iimiupMlonnbly cn
eotinicc tlio ncciliutiliillou of personal
wcnltli. Tho len'ue held n meeting
Inst night nt 023 F Ktreet, and llslencd
to n paper, by Mr, 0, 13, Dtimmcr, on
lnml vnliiei nnd lnml tnatlon. -Ur.
AV. H. Dii lloh of New York also ad
dressed the meeting.
A l'lght lletwi-eii Itnrkecpers
John Mlnctto nnd A. B. Tompkins, two
hnrkceps employed at tho Arlington Hotel,
had n serious rptaircl at tho comer of Fif
teenth nnd I streets early jestcrday morn
ing. It nppcars that each accused the
other of misappropriating funds tnken over
tho bar. They met and determined to set
tle their tllfllculty with n light, during
uhtch Mlnctto knocked Tompkins down.
Whllu ho lay nn Ihu pavement, It Is nllegcd,
ho drew n Knife and cut a deep gash In his
antagonist's right leg. Tompkins was ar
rested by Officer Law ler, and Mlnctto was
enure) ol to tho Emergency Hospital,
where his wound was dressed by Drs. 1311)
son and dill. In tho Police Court this
morning tho case was continual, awaiting
tho result of Mluelto's Injuries.
Tho Now SwedonbarRlnn Clinrih.
The Society of tho Now Jerusalem, to
which tho church belongs, met nt (lencrni
II. 1). Musscy's resldcuco last night, nnd n
committee, composed of Messrs. Job Bar
nard, John Joy Edsnn, John A. Slbbold,
General 11. D. Mussoy, Dr. H. M. Schooley,
Mrs. Barnard nnd Mrs. Sarah A. Spencer,
was appointed to take action in tho matter
and report upon thoadtisablllty of erecting
n building ou tho old site, or tho selection
of a new slto. Meetings will bo held for
tho present In Mctzerott Hall, nt Twelfth
aud F streets. Wesley Chapel has nlso
been opened for tho joint meeting of tho
District and Maryland societies outhoU'.'d
A Minister's Ornmmnr.
Dr. A. M. Sotcldo, ox-Vcnozuclan Minis
ter, has Just published a grammar for Span
iards to learn English. Tho book Is cum
plcto In Its directions for tho acquisition ot
tho English language, and It Is no less a
bcnellt to Dr. Sotcldo's countrymen than It
Is a credit to tho "learned Doctor" for tho
skill displayed in Its arrangement, and tho
research and Btudy show u lu Its prepara
tion. Dr. Soteldo Is a thoroughly progres
sive man and his grammar Is tho result ot
his comlctlon that tho English languago Is
a necessity to tho ndvanco commercially
and otherwlso of tho South American re
publics. A Church Destroyed by l'lrc
About 0 o'clock Saturday night tho
Swcdcnborgian Church on North Capitol
street, lu tho squaro adjoining tho Capitol
grounds, was gutted by flro. Tho flro
started from the furnace, and tho audi
torium was entirely burned. Tho Sunday
school room below was drenched with
water, and tho damage aggregated somo
$8,000. Tho church was one of tho oldest
In the city, and tho onlyono of that de
nomination. Its pastor was Rev. William
B. Haydcn, a widely read author of re
ligious lltcraturo anil poetry.
Mutual Idfo Insurance Compuny.
The following will show tho gains Jiiado
by tho Mutual Llfo Insuranco Com
pany of Now York during tho twelvo
months ending December 31, 18SS:
A Rain In assots of 87,27.1,301 03
A gain In Income of 3,000,010 00
A gain In new premiums of !!,.13.t, lot 00
A gain In surplus of l.on.Ki: n
A gain In now business of ai,7.V!,7W K.1
A gain of risks In forco 31,133,231 83
Charles Seymour and Molllo J, Moon;
Armstcad B, Walker and Emma J, Clark;
James II, Montgomery nnd Hannah Dixon;
Jolm Westerly Maddox and Mary E. Tay
man: Franz I'. Kltz and Tlllle Hclnzcrllng;
l'hlllp Hcrschman and Josephine. Hciutzc
line; Ueorgo E. Baxter aud Mary II. Lane
gan; Howard S. Rcesldoand Lizzie, C. Har
ncr, Germantown, l'a,; Charles Glbbs nnd
Winter Attractions ut Atlantic City
Excellent Itallroml Facilities.
Tho winter season nt Atlantic City never
opened under brighter skies nor moro de
lightful temperature, nor were tho accom
modations for visitors ever moro perfect,
All the prominent hotels, and many ot tho
lesser ones nnd cottages, numbering lu tho
aecrrccate fifty houses, nro not only open.
but nro entertaining nn unusually largo
number of guests, drawn from various sec
tions ot the country. There Is no doubt ot
tho fact that this highly-favored resort Is
one of the most delightful whiter retreats
of the Middle Atlantic States. It combines,
In Its wonderful resources of air, ntmos
phero and sea, tho attractions of n pleasure
resort with tho benellts of a sanitarium.
Rest, recreation and health arc the rewards
it offers to tho sojourner.
In tho matter of accessibility to all tho
Eastern sections of tho Union, It has no
rival. Located at tho terminus of two of
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company's sea
shore branches, It enjoys transportation fa
cilities which make It a neighbor to all tho
principal cities. Fast express trains run
from Philadelphia at convenient hours of
tho morning aud afternoon. The residents
ot Washington and Baltimore are particu
larly fortunate in iicing aoie to reacn At
lantic City via tho l'cuns)lvanla lines
promptly and quickly. Tho express train
leaving Washington (Baltimore nnd Poto
mac Railroad Station) at 11 a. in., Balti
more (Union Station) at 1S.05 noon, de
livers passengers In Atlantic City nt -1:30 p.
in., whllo tho train leaving the samo sta
tions at 11:40 a. in. and 1":15 p. m. re
spectively, delivers them there nt 5:10 p.
m., Involving In each case a transfer by
coach from Broad Street Station, Phila
delphia, to Market Street Station. Tho
trip Is quickly and comfortably made.
Tronsera to order, 8 1-ftO and $3, Elsoman's,
This powder nover varies. A nurvel of
purltr. strength nnd 'wholesomeness. More
economical than tbaordinary kinds, and can
not ho sold In oompetlon with the multitude
of low-test, short-weight, alum or phoiphate
powders. SoU oiilv lu can. -
' ROYAL HAKlNarOWDRR 00,.
,,. iw wan strew, w iot.
VII VAT A Sit Till: VITAVV.
Ilnw the i:illo nf Washington Aro .So
lccleil. It vns n ptetty bold llilng for nny ono
mnn lo hc lilmielf up ns n Judge of
who Is nnil who Is not a member of
N'aslilngWm society. Few men would
linvc lemcrlly to do It after tlio ridicule
Hint wns lienped upon Colonel McAl
lister In New York when ho selected
bis fnmotis four hundred member of
(lothnm'fl highest circles. Tho Wash
ington mnn, however, pave blinself it
little moio latitude, nud Ihcic nre, tier
Imps, two thousand names In the little
bluo mill gold book Issued In this city
a few days ngo, which claims (o contain
the nnmes of tho clllo of Iho Capital.
l'Vir n month past tnnvnssers have been
tniihnckiiu; the town over for tlio names
of fnslilonnblc people, nnd they nre
confident Hint they have collected tho
address of every ono who Mnnds high
enough to add any lustro lo tho paes
of llielr volume. A Citmo reporter
was curious to learn how Iho names
were selected, nnd what standard ono
had lo reach before being entitled to a
tilnco uniting tlio select two thousand,
so he vent over lo Iho olllco of the
concern lo Inquire, but he didn't get
nny encouragement or information from
Iho gentleman In chnrgc.
Ono of the canvassers whom tho re
porter met on the Mnlnvay enlightened
him, however, nnd his talk nb'out tho
methods of selection was inleiestltig
nnd somewhat amusing.
"We mado n systematic cnnvnss of
the streets and avenues of tho city,"
ho said, "and wcic given discretionary
power ns lo the names wo brought In.
For Instance, I lind Massachusetts
avenue. 1 commenced tho canvass
away down lu Swampoodlo nnd worked
gradually up to where they mo now
at work on tlio extension, nud I did
not get very many nnmes whero I
started. How did 'I know who wcro
and who wcro not society people?
Well, long practlco makes me
a judge, nnd sometimes a lillllug thing
decides tho matter ono way or another.
1 size up Iho houses ns I go nlong,
skipping, of course, those of tho
poorer clnss, nnd, when I enmo to a
lionso which has a look of prosperity
about It, I go up and ask for tho
mistress. "When I sec her I state that
I am getting up n directory, ask for
Iho namo of her husband and his
"Tills Is tho kcy-noto of tho cntlro
nffnir, for when I llnd out what olllco
be holds nnd tho salary attached to it tho
work is moro than half dono. Whllo
the door Is open, I get a glimpse of tho
Interior, nnd if 1 hnvo n chance I ask
the servants about tho day for receiving
and n few other llltlo things. I get
most bf my information from them. I
uso my discretion nbout telling pconlo
what kind of a directory I am getting
up. Sometimes when they learn Its ob
ject they treat mo very handsomely and
somo ambitious women hnvo gone so far
as to go to tho office and offer to pay for
having their names Inserted. "When the
data Is turned In at tlui olllco it Is care
fully scrutinized by n man well known
here. Wo lind In our employ two Im
pecunious young Boclety men, who
knew everybody worth knowing, nnd
they were consulted nbout every person
whoso social status could not bo llxed."
Cleveland's Young l'artner.
Francis Ljndo Stetson, tho head of tho
firm of which Mr. Cleveland will becomo a
partner after tho dissolution of tho partner
ship of Jonathan it Grovcr, Is still a "young
law)cr," and In tastes aud habits shows a
young man's appreciation for tho good
things of this life. Mr. Stetson dresses
carefully as men of mark aro learning to
do moro and moro every ) car wears n de
bonair smile on his handsome faco, a natty
twist In bis moustacho and carries himself
with the graco of a Now Yorker "to tho
manner born." His friendship for tho
l'rcsldcnt has been known for n long time,
and attempts havo been mado from time to
time, without success, to uso It ns a lever
for tho (ccnmpllshmcnt of business nnd
social projects. Mr, 8tcts6uhashad agood
many clients In Philadelphia, among whom
wero Wldencr A Klltlns, tho street-car men.
X. Y. Worlds
l'or Ills Wife's Snho.
I noticed an amusing Incident ou n Sixth
nvcnuo train. As It swuug around tho right
nnglo Into Church street, to stop at tho
l'ark l'lacc Station, tho passengers wcro
tumbled about In n startling fashion. Tho
engineer had thrown open the throtllo In
order o mako speed around the sharpest
curve on tho lino Instead of gaining tlmo
on tho straightaway runs. A portly aud
apparently prosperous business man, who
evidently carried a largo Insuranco policy
ou his life, was huddled In ono corner of
the car, and quietly remarked:
"I like to rldo outhcsetralnstwo or thrco
times n day, for my wlfo's sake. Now
See our $0.00 ovcicoats. Klsoman's, 7 & E.
TURNER-On Sunday. 1'obruary 10, 1889, at
lla) a. m., Henry L. Turner, numl 77 yoars.
Funeral from his Into resldonco, 1(3 D
street northwest, on Tuesday, February 14,
nt 3 o'clock p. m.
MACKALL On Sunday, February 10, 1839,
Christie Ileal), daughter of Mary L. and tho
lata Dr. I.ouli .Mackall.
Funoral Tuesday at 1 p. m., from her lato
residence, 1C33 Twenty-ninth struct north
west, HALLENTINE On Sunday mornliKf nt S
o'clock, February 10, 1889, Ann Ilallentluo.
Funeral from her lato roildoncc, 713 fourth
street northwest, Tuesday nfternoon nt 3
o'clock, Relatives and friends invited.
fei'MNci Dress Goods.
(Successor to Ferry & Bro.)
HAS JUST RECEIVED HIS "DIHECT IM-
1-OHTATION" OK l'JUSNCII DIlKSd FAIL
1IICS KOIt rLAIN AND COM1IINATION
BUITH. INCLUUINO Till! "LATEST I'AltIS
NOVELTIES" FOlt Till: Hl'ItlNU AND
NEW COLOltH IN LianT-WEIOIIT FRENCH
NOVELTIES IN STRIPED AND CHECKED
1 NtlLlSH 8UITINU8.
NOVELTIES IN HTItll'ED AND PLAID ALL
WOOL IMPORTED CHEVRONS.
OO-INCII ALL-WOOL FltKNOH HEItOES IN
THE NEW SPRING SHADES, AT 81 PER
NOVELTIES IN TARIS COMBINATION
SUITS ANDPEK8IAN DltESs TEXTURES,
NEW ALL-WOOL IIENIUKTTA8.-1U INDICES
IN HLACK AND ALL COLORS, AT 75o.
NEW C11ALLI8 DE LANES AND MOnAlRS
IN C1IOI01J AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS.
NOVELTIES IN PERSIAN SILKS FOR GAR-
NEW PLAIN, STRIPED AND FIGURED
"SPECIAL IIAROAINS" IN COLOUED
HATIN RIIADAMES AT 81 AND SI.'JS.
REDUCED FROM 81.25 AND SI. til) TO
COLORED SURAH SILKS IN GREAT VA-
IIIKTYAT7ia. AND 81,
"EXTRA VALUES" IN BLACK SURAHS
ANI))NDIASILKSAT7flo $1 ANDgt.-i.
IMMENSE STOCK OF KOYAL ARMURES,
FAILLE FltANOAlBH AND (IUOS OIIAIN
SILKS IN BLACK, WHITE AND ALLUOL-
OH8.UANai.Na FROM $1 TO 8U.60 PER
NOVELTIES IN llLOCK-PRINrED FRENCH
&ATEEN ROUES AT S8.
nWeltiks in embroidered n.vrisTB,
PIIHIK AND MULL 11011KS IN noXES
WITH FASHION PLATES ATTACIIKD.
NOVELTIES IN HOSIERY AND HANDKER
CHIEFS. T1IEFOU8SE A PERINOT'S KID GLOVES
THE CELE1IUATED QUAKER CITY FINE
DltBSS SHIRTS KOK81RAOII.
tStTPLAlN FiaUHKS AND C0P.R150T
Perry Building, Pennsylvania ayonue, oornor
of Ninth Mreot. Established 1810.
T WILLIAM LElT""
(Successor to Henry Lee's Sons),
-nrjsriaEi 33 a? .a. as: m 3K -
032 PENN. AVENUE N. W
Branch office. 408 Maryland aye, s. w.
LJ. tJMlllOlltl.U U.1lAIIIAnnilt
10 Venn, are. a. v., between Ud nail li sts
IIU1J UMilt tltritril'S TIIIIVAT,
Ho NriiiU an Unpleasant Mrsssnga to
tin- Dakota Legislature.
Ill n message lo tin Pakotii House of
Itepreseiitnllvei Governor Church on
Saturday nllneked his predecoisiir bit
terly, nnd the Legislature returned the
nltaek with equal warmth, nnd then
postponed their formal nnswer till to
tiny to get It In better Hluipc. After
Helming in ins message lie closed up hit
olllce, which Is considered as n direct
Biiub by the Legislature then in session,
and could not be found by tho olllcor
of the House.
Ah his message was considered very
insulting there has been, much talk
nbout the matter, nnd tho Indication-) of
action looking to his prompt removal by
tho Incoming President aro very pro
uouiired. it Is held tint the closing of
his olllco whllo tho Lc'lslnturo was sit
ting is sulllclent ground for nskln for
his Immedlnto dismissal. Heprcscntn
live .loncH'snys he will olTcr n,re3olutloti
to-tiny asking President Harrison ,to ro
move Governor Church nt 5 o'clock In
tho afternoon of March -1.
Kx-Auditor Caldwell, who gnvo the
Legislature aid In showing somo mis
takes, made by tho Governor In a pre
vious messngc, was met by the hitler
and a debt wns threatened for n mo
ment. The Governor threatens to whip
him when they next meet. The end of
tho war Is not yet, nnd tho result cannot
I'micrnl of Professor Mnrliilv
Tho Into Professor L. 0. Marlut wns
burled )cstcrday from OKI V. street In Oak
Hill Cemetery. Rev. Dr. Domcr of8t.
Paul's preached tho sermon and referred to
him ns n stranger In n strnngo'land. Dr.
Vcnll, a friend, protested against this with
considerable feeling, snjlng that tho Pro
fessor was n thorough American.
PAXSOM VICKERS' SONS,
Philadelphia.) (Now York.
C02 13th Street Northwest,
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
NATIONAL TEA BANK.
RELIABLE PURE TEAS (all kinds)
AT ABOUT Jfi THE USUAL, PRl6E
i , UHi and 5 lb. Packages (samples f roc.)
We have again stocked
up. We never did sell as
much Underwear in any one
month as we did during
January. This speaks vol
umes. We want February
to beat January. Equally as
good bargains, if not better,
than we' ever before offered.
100 dozen V-shapod Neck Camhrlo Coraot
Covers, elaborately ttimmod with wldo Ham
burg ombroldcry, only ftOo cacn.
100 dozen Tlno Cambrlo Corsot Covers, high
nock, trimmed with Ilamburi;, two clusters of
thrco fine tucks each down tlio front, trimmed
with embroidery, onlvt!5o oach.
fi dozen Kino Cambrlo Corsot Covers, with
V-shapod nock, trimmed with flnoTorohon
laco and Inserting, only O'JWo each.
000 dozen Oood Mmlln Corset Covers, la
high and low neck, llnlsliod seams, buttons
nnd.button holes, only 12Hio caoh,
EXTRA VALUES IN MUSLIN CHRMISE.
100 dozen Ladles' flood Quality Muslin
Chemise. :ock anil alcoves trimmed with laoo
edge, only 2fio each.
75 doz. Ladles' rino Orado Muslin Chemlso,
pointed yoko of threo Hamburg Inserting!,
neck nnd slooics trimmed with Hamburg,
only COo each.
CO doz. Oood Quality Muslin Drawers, with
enmbrlo rufllo nnd tucks edgod with fancy
braid, onlyUOo per pair.
no dozen Heavy Musllu Drawors, cambrlo
rufllo edged with lino Torchon laco, only Mo
EXTRAORDINARY VALUES IN GOWKS.
It Is hopussiblo to error bottor values than
theso oxcept at ft loss. Muslin, trimmings
and work cost so much-add n mlto for prollt
and jou havo tlio lowest prlco posstbloto
ouoto for equal quality, trimming and work.
Our buying facilities equal tho host, and wo
know wo sell ou tho smallest posslblo margin
100 doz. Fair Orado Hoavy Muslin Gowns,
with yoko ot four clusters of threo lino lucks,
neck nnd slcevos trimmed with a wldo cam
brlo rufllo, only 10o each.
Hero are two excellent Gowns nt 75c. Both
roaao of lino prude heavy o(t muslin (no
dressing): ono has a voka of 11 Hnmburir 'n.
sertlngb, nock and sleeves trimmed with urn.
broidery: tlio other has a Hubbard yoko of 72
neck, slco cs and yoke, only 7Bo oach.
uukb wuii iiiiinuurir umuroiiiBrr arnunu inn
Our "Prlzo" Dollar (.own. Ftn ntiiLlltvnf
heavy soft muslin, yoke nt lino Torohonlaco
and ombroidery, tho nock, sleeves and front
trimmed with lino wldo Torchon laco, only SI
GOOD BARGAINS IN MUSLIN 8KIRTS.
Wo nssuro you of tho best Muslins, tlio host
Trimmings and the best workmanship that
thoso sucrnl prices can possibly procuru
100 dozen fulr quality of heavy, strong
musllu bklrts, with wldo tuuked oambrlu
tufite. Tho same Skirt wo luro sold for a
long tlmo, nnd tlnu wliloh wo can Hud uona
better fur the prlco. Only b&o each.
CO dozon extra good quality of heavy,
strong muslin Skirts, with an elaborate
rufllo of wldo Hamburg ombroldorr. The
best-wearing dollar Skirt wo oyer offered,
only SI each.
wo havo an Immense stock of Underwaar,
embracing overythlng uoslrablo from tha
ohoauest worth your buying to the elegant
fashlonnhlo black Bilk gurment. Trossoaux
(Second lloor, through aroh.)
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Corner 11th and V sts. n. w.
r.RRM llfll M
uiibiiin ui.uiiiiBhhr rf. ii
I uat surjniiec)
after using JUi'i
Lircam iiaun tm
monflii foi'nd lh
light nostril, uhicl
tias ctona lur -'
yean, uas ovet
and fita nt tint
other. J feel lent
inamjw. a. ji
o , HAY-FEVER
A partlclo Is applied Into caoh nostril, and
Is Bgrcoable 1'rleo BO oent at DriicgUts: by
mall, reiilntcrod, (10 cents. HLY BROTHKRS,
GO Warren street, New York,
FOIl SALE BY
(Successor to Dancnbowcr & Son,)
1115 F Street N.W.
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
3 Story Pressed Brick llouso, containing 0
rrorcs; locntid near Now Hampshlro nvcnuo
and M strtots; houso Is In thorough order and
newly papered; SI, 000 will buy this house It
tsken beforo tho loth of February.
I am offering a Bcautltul G-room Bay Win
dow Houso on cast sldo of this strcct.at
$3,750; dcslrablo borne.
$8,000 will buy ono of tho complctest and
host built houses on this street; located noar
10th street; contains 0 rooms; tasty and com
fortable; see It.
A Charming Home
For tho abovo prloo I can sell a new 0-room
Brick, substantially built, and conveniently
arranged; located within ono squaro and a
half of the Capitol grounds; can't bo dupli
cated for tho prlco.
A Snug Investment.
$2,750 will buy a 2-Story fi-Room Framo
nouso; lot 25ql70; lfi ft. alley at sldo; 30 ft.
alley In roar; stablo; 2 framo tenements on
roar allay; wholo can bo rented to pay S330
per annum; location, D street, near Thir
A Store Site.
Fronting 27 ft. on 10th street by 75 ft. on 0
street southeast; beautiful lot; could bo Im
proved with Btoro nnd apartment houso suit
able for omploycs of Herdlo lino, being im
mediately opposlto Ilcrdlo stables; prlco SI
per ft.; small framo on lot renting S3 por
A Tempting Offer.
New Bay Window Brlok, .with modern Im
provements, 8 rooms and buth; commanding
vlow; near Stanton Squaro; will be sold cheap
I havo two beautiful Press Brick Bay Win
dow 0 Rooms and Bath Dwellings; locatod on
Fourth street northeast; now rontcd to good
tenants. Icnn offer ono or both at a prlco
several hundred dollars, loss than they will
command after street Is concreted.
A FULL- LIST
Of houses and lots for sale can be ob
tained at my office, or will be
mailed on application.
PROPERTY OWNERS to give mo a list of
property they havo for salo. No charge
unless sale Is effected.
BUYERS to examine my list and notify mo of
LANDLORDS toplaco proporty In my charge.
Prompt returns. Careful management.
TEN THOUSAND POLICIES to wrtto on city
proporty, Reliable company, Cheap
MONEY TO LOAN
Real Estate, Fire Insurance
AND LOAN BROKER.
1115 F Street N.W.
WASHINGTON, D, C.
We"tcall Special Attention to Two Lines of
BLUE "CHINCHILLA" m
BLUE DIAGONAL CHEVIOTS.
Don't think you ever saw as good Coats for $9.50 before
E. B. BARNUM & CO.,
931 Pennsylvania Avenue.
REMINGTON STANDARD TYPEWRITER,'
Toronto Speed Contest.
(INTERNATIONAL FOR WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP.)
Tho Winning Typewriter,
WYCKfflEF, SBAMAIS & -BEIEDICT,
Comer 8th and F Streets N. W.
Black 1 Colored Silks
We have jast opened another lot of Silks, which
we have purchased to great advantage, and offer su
perior qualities at wholesale prices. Gauzes, Nets
and Illusions at reduced prices. Elega nt China Silks,
evening colors, at 65c.
W. M. SHTJSTER & SONS
919 Pennsylvania Avenue.
AUOUST W. NOACK, President.
THE SHOOMAKER COMPAJSTY,
(Snccossors to Shoe-maker & Hcrtzog),
IlirORTKHS AND JOBBERS OP ,
pine Unities, Iiiqaotts, Cicjatfs, &c,
Nos. 1331 AND 1333 K STREET NORTHWEST,
Tclcphono Call, 517. ' WASHINGTON, D, 0.
ALL GOODS SOLD AT NEW YORK PRICES.
Assorted Cases of ono dozon WInos, Liquors and Cordials 'at dozon prices.
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
Gss Rollers at 81.15 and $1.50 for instantly malting Tea or Coffee.
For largo and small famlllos. Just the store for'summar use, as you extinguish tits, flro
tho Instant tho cooking Is done. For sale by tho actiil
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Teax-bli. S-bx-oeis 3ST. V7"-
Grand, Upright and Square
Special attention ot purchasers li luvltod to
"NEW ARTISTIC STVIiltS,"
Finished In designs of
"IIiaHEST DKC01IATIVE ART."
PIANOS FOlt RUNT.
Second-hand Pianos at All Prices.
Wta. Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
Va. B.C. West's Neiitsami) UriihTbcit
mikt, a guaranteed snaolda for Hysteria, Diz
ziness, Convulsions, tits, Ncrvom Neuralgia,
Headache. Nervous prostration caused bv tha
use of alcohol or tobacco, Wakofulnou.Meatal
Depression, Softening of tho Drain roiultlux in
Insanity and loading to misery, decay and
doatli. Premature Old Ago, UarronncM, Lou
of Power In eltner sex, Involuntary Losios
and Spermatorrhea caused by orer-exortlon
nt the urain, DBlf-obiiBo or ovor-iudulgonoe.
Knoh box contains ono month's troatmont:
si iv box, or six boxes for S3, sont by mail
iiropald on rocolpt nf prloo.
WK aUAltANTKlJ BIX 110XES , ,
to cure any case. With oaoh ordor received
by us for six boxes, aooompanlod with $ft,
wo will send the purohaser our written
guaranteo to refund thamoneylt the treat
ment does not nfTcot a cure. Guarantees
Issued onlyby O. CIIKISTIANI, Druggist.
Bole Aokmt, '131 Penna. are., betwcoa Hi
nnil Oth sts.
A TOSTIVK CURE FOR
LOST or Fulling MAN-
II., Ill, Viinrnn.nn.a
Weakness of llodv nnd
Mind, Lack of Strength, Vigor and develop
ment, cuufoil by Krrors. Exuosscs, &o. Modo
of Self Treatment nnd Proofs mullwl fsoaled)
frco. Address KlIIE MEDICAL CO., I1UI'
FALO, N. Y. '
ORTIIK LIQUOIt IIADIT CAN ni5 CUItBD
UV ADMINISTKItlNa DR, HAINES'
CaEDoglvoiilnaoupofoofTooor tax with
out tht knowledge of the persou taklug tt. It
Uabtolutely harmless, and will otToct aper
manenl mid speedy cure, whether tlio patient
Is a moderate drinker or an aloohollo wreck.
It has hoeu given In thousands of oases, aud
in overy Instunoo a ported ouro has (ollowod,
IT NUVICII FAILS. Tho system onoo Impreg
nated with tha Specific, it beoomes an uttur
Impossibility for tho Manor appetite to exist.
ror sale or . r. wauis. iinaor mo kuoiu
Hooss; It. K. UKLPUKNSTINUV Voarteentt)
streat and Vermont OTenuc, Washlcgtoa.
Ai&hLM Vk ff vsl
Duslm ss corrcpondonco anil legal testimony:
GOLD MEDAL, 98.7 words per rrunute.
SILVER MEDAL, 95.11 words per minute.
MAE E. ORR
FRANK E. McGURRIN,
HIAKCIS OARMCIC3, Sccrotarr.
Kothlng pleases a man so much as
a PERFECT FITTING SHIRT. If
you are In need of such an article go
at once and have'your measure taken.
They will cost
$1.50, 11 and $2,50,
Importers Men's Woar,
Cor. 15th and C Sts.
FINE FAMILY FLOUR.
OILT I'.HOi: or I
And you will always have beautiful Uraad,
Rolls and Ulsoults, Wholesale Depot, cor
ner First street and Indiana avenue,
WM, M. QALT & Cp,
PEEMLEIS SYEt SZil
avo tfca Mian.
K5ssf walr U4Jr'rTV''''.V!
937 Penn. Avenue,
NEAR TENTH STREET,
Tlio Oldest nnil Largest Music
Houso in tlio City,
Now in stock and will be sold
at a sacriflco,
Steinway, Weber and Other
Mason & Hamlin, Estey and
Please remember we are
overcrowded arid need the
room, and therefore for the
next thirty days will work
off our second-hand instru
ments ior what they will
bring. We will sell on easy
monthly payments or at a
big discount for cash.
F, ELLIS MO,
937 Penna. Avenue,
NEAR TENTH STREET.
Ladles, we respectfully call your at
tentlon to the following
FIVE FACTS :
alHK DURABILITY of the ilnlrti and eolor
. nro marvelous, ono bottle going J far as
two or three of other brands.
TT 18 COMPOUNDED with oil. and elves an
X old slioe the appcaranco of a new one.
and preserves tt nt the samo tlmo.
IT WILL NOT FREEZE In the coldest
weather, and Is perfectly water-proof.
EARING RUDDER SUOES will not do-
stroy us gioss.
SIIK MUCK 18 ONLY 25 CENTS, and, M
economy Is wealth, wo rellll tho bottloi
35 cents, chalk will remove It from tho
710 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
ay Beekman Street, New York.
124 Hopkins Place, Baltimore, Md.
1 08 Clark Street, Chicago, 111.
m, R. Riley,
Corner Ninth and E Streets N. W
Is Woilug out all kinds ot
DRV C OODS
At Very Reduced Rates.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
1)03 rilNNA. AVI!.
Xa tlto OxxX'sCtlStlxoo
SOLD DIRECT TO THE CONSUMED.
BY THE MANUFACTURER.
Viav ou CoueIis, CoIdH nnd Inolplont
ONCE TRIED ALWAYS PREFERRED.
ritf :tl If 0EUE7 mono?, S'ltlaon, Hi.
Largo Uoltlos only 'Jfio. l'or tale by all
szd csooa Biiii:i:o bhaitd.
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Ba cui rwiui I'm ivr
Uuf. stnAMl sinil aflctilukt.
U rA BititlUo totti,
vUtibiu ribbon kudu
wUUblutrlfcton tuddfPl ,X,, ,
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tiler AW'riiMfWat iptin
lUbMUd UtltU V'BK wrif Dftt w
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