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THIS EVKXINU TOST, PATHWAY. OCTOBER 17. 1SS8.
The Bvenikg Post.
New Uptight 0 rands, 10 psj-Rient-i.
J', a. Smith, 1223 Ta. ftTe.
Tor Miirrny'a Coldirnteil llitttcrlno
cotothoOrlitlnal stand. Oil), 3V), fttl Center
Slitrkct. center allo. ltolI, 20o. jut pound;
prints, 22e. per pound, cooking, 17c. per pound.
Ask for It, Schllti's Milwaukee Laser Ilccr.
For sale by all leading houses.
IUrrmits to morrow nlitht In Second 11 lptlst
Cburcb, 1. Ucz Sworn, pastor.
iossnmr. Rubber Coats, Rubber llools and
6bocs, IMbbcrllorsoCouT", OU Clothing.
OooiiTrAn HiiniiKn Co ,
non Oth street, near I'onn. are.
Tnlneo nntl New lnj;lntl OrRitus.
New styles, SS-pajrmcnts.
F. O, Smith. 1220 I'a. aro.
Mr, ,Tnrpli II. I'iskr,
formrrly In the sewli.u mirhlno business on
Oth street, will bo pleased to seo bis friends
at the I)omctlo t-eirlii- Machine Ofllee. corner
7tb and lists, ft Aucrbaih, solonKcnt
Ilnsors lioneil and doe collars cncravetl freo.
D. N. "iVAirniin,
497 Pa. are. nnd 03.1 F Street.
Dry and Sweet Catawba, $1 per eallon.
Jovph I). Donnelly, 1 Itfiand Istrcot n w.
For Miirrnj-'a Celclinilcil Ilutterlno
co to H Original stands, n III, .Ti0.3U Center
Sfnrkrt, center nlslo. ltoils, Bttn. pet pound;
prints, 22o per pound; cooklnu, 17c. per pound.
Is Your l'rupertr Insured ?
If not, consult Ocntir Dko, imorst.n. w.
Knxel's Kestntirnnt, 1827 1 Itb bt. II. w.
rianos. 84 per month Orsnns. 52 per month.
F. 0. smith, 122ft I'a. nvo.
Itutltlcii's Installment Houses. ,
Now Is the tlmo to bo on the lookout to find n
reliable t-toro where you can bur your Heating
or CooklncStotes, lloue furnlibliiBs, Carpets,
etc. There Is not a better establishment In the
city than Hniilcii'-i double store, 0.10 nnd O.IJ
Scrouth treet northwest. Goods at cah prices
on tho Installment plan, weekly or monthly
.Steamed Ovstrrs nro Imln! a blc run at
Ckoiiue Kozel's, 1S27 1 Ith street northwest.
For Murray's Celebrated ltuttnrlno
CototheOrlRinnl stands. fill), 'ISO, 031 Center
.Market, center aisle, ltoils. 20c. per pound;
prints, 22c. per pound; cooking, 17c per pound.
lusell Family Cafe. 1427 N. Y Avo.
For Wus'ilnf-tim Dressed Ucef
ro to .lohu It. Kellr, stallsd'i iin Hud mo
Centre Market and 20(1 nnd 20i Northern Lib
erty. Corned beef a specialty.
I.ndles' Royal Kid Ilutton, Common Sene
and Opera Toe.w Ith Patent-Leather Tips, S.I. 50.
Gir.TiiELi.'s, 000 Serenth street.
Ocorce Kmelmakcsa specialty of his res
aura nt for ladles. Ib27 1 1th street.
Theater-Boers should call and eetastcwof
oysters at O tonne KullV, 1827 lltli strict, be
fore going homo.
"Alderney UhItj AYacons."
Fresh Ahlerney butter, churned oterymorn
Inc and delivered In hi 1 "Ward" prints, too.
per lb. ANn cottaze cheese, buttermilk and
Bweetmllk, flc. perqt. Cream lSe.perqt.
CITY Ni:WS PAUAdlt.VI'HS.
Cart. William Fisher was last
elected commander of tbo Logan Utiles.
Walter Hell, colored, raised a row on
Avenue car No. 0 last night nnd nourished a
ret olrer. Ho was arrested by Ofllccr Ckmcnts.
Judgo Chichester, of tho Alexandria
Countv Court, esterdav decided that 171
eetllers on tbo Arlington estate, nearly all ,
colored, could not vote, not being reside uta of
the State, count) ana district lu wuicu iney
At n meeting of tbo board of managers of
the Associated Charities last night, the rcport-l
oi tno secretary puoucu mui me nuntueroi
calls ut tbo central office since the :ast mectlnt
were'J'o, of which T-J wero hlto audSIO coV
Mrs. John T. Pickett, daughter of tbo
Iat! I.'oliert Ket north ami relict of John T.
Pickett, formerly IT. S. Consul at Vera Cruz,
dkd suddenly J estcrday morning of paraljsls
of the heart. Jlrs. Pickett uu well Unonu
In this city. Tho funeral will tiko place at
a p. m. to-morrow, from St. Paul's Episcopal
Church, Twentj-lhlrd street.
Jobn Williams, cold, hungry nnd wet, en
tered the station last night and usked to bo
scut to the workbouso lu tho morning. John '
Dutchman, as he spcuds more than one-half
of his life on tho farm, and tmlv comei out to
etav for a week or so, and then begs to bo
f.ent back, Jobu has a partner, "Jlmmj"
Dean, who alwnjs precedes or follows him.
"JImmj" went down about a month ago,
hence the loneliness of John.
Johanna Harper, fifteen jcara of age, was
picked up by tho pollco drunk on thu streets,
and, after slccplug oil tlio effects of the
liquor, usktd to be seut to the wurkboute.
'1 ho boat Beulah arrhed to-day with 1,200
lmshelsof nheat tonslgntd to G. T. Dunlop.
Tho price of wheat Is somewhat firmer and tbo
market shows an upward tendency, wheat
being quoted at $l,!'-!&-.l.HS; coru Is scarco
uud the prico rules at SJc.
Captain Cathell, superintendent of the
Georgetown (Lis Company, ho has beeu 111
for some time, Is reported much better.
There Is a largo accumulation of leacs ou
the Georgetown streets, which are becoming a
Temperature and condition of water at 7 a.
m. (treat Falls Temperature, KI, condition,
20; receiving reservoir, temperature. 57; con
dltlou at north connection, ntl; condition at
south connection, 10; distributing restnolr,
temperature, Hi; condition at Influent gate
liouse, !W, condition at diluent gate-house, IP).
President Leetcb, of the Gas Coinpanj, said
this morning that he wns lu hopes of having
the gas turned on in Prospect street this ecu
lug. This will be good nens to the residents
of that street, who have been deprived of gas
for thu post month, pending the Improve
ments. Hportu of tlio .Season,
Tho Browns captured their third victory
over New York lu tho world'aseilcsjcsterday,
but It came too lato to avail tlit-iu anv thing,
as New York has nlready won tlio ibamplon
tlilp, rJcorc, 14 to 11.
The Ivj City races could not tako place yes
terday on account ot ruin, and were postponed
The wluuura at Nasbvilla raees jestenlay
-were Lltbcrt, Parish, Dock W'lcl;, Alluholue
and Lottie Wall.
At tho borso chow, which Is to lie held In
Now York November 5 to 12, $15,000 will be
given as prizes. Thero are about 400 entries.
Cartwrlght, ot Nashville, 'leun., Is ono ot
the most successful bookmakers of tho sea
con, having won over $100,000.
Tho all-world's championship cup will be
presented to the Nuw ork Club to night by
President Von der Alio, ot the llrowns, ut tho
Grand Opera-House In St, Louis, Doth teams
will ulsbund (juuduy night.
O'Neill's home run hit, with two men on
bases, won jesterdaj's gamo at St. Louis.
Took In the Widow nntl Ilia Cash.
About two weeks ugo a young mini, named
Patrick Sheridan, entered the baloon kept by a
Mrs. Mulone, and by some psvchologlcul itivs
terj mado a deep Imprcsklou on drs. Mulone,
who Is sixty years old. Tho meeting resulted
lu a marriage. Pat didn't bavu a dollar, so
Ids bride logged him out lu r-tylu and seut him
around to secure signatures to her application
for n renewal of liquor llceiisu. 'llieuumcs
wero obtained, and Put was given $100 todu
posit with tho Commissioners with the appli
cation, 'that was lost Wednesday, and since
then Pat has been uou est, Mrs rihtrldan has
asl.ed the police to assist her In tludlng her
Vrstlbulod Truln. on II. A: O It It
Tho Visttbuled Limited, leaving Washing
ton ut 10 55 a. Hi. dallv, arrives Chicago next
morning at 10.10. Every tar lu the train Is
vestl billed, including baggage care, coaches,
rilnlug cars and Pullman sleeping cats. The
ccucbcs are heated by strain drawn from thu
locomotive. No extra furu Is exacted from
paksiugcrs upon this train, For tickets and
eleeplug-car space rail at II. A O. ticket offices,
010 uud 1351 l'euniylvjiila avenue, or ut depot,
comer New Jericy menus and (J street.
SENTENCE DAY IN COUNT.
A Number of Criminals Arraigned Tleforo
G6orro Hints, a young colored boy, was tip
beforo Judge Montgomery for sentence In the
Criminal Comt toilay on the cliargo of house
breaking In entering tho residence of Joseph
Jojco. He was a shining examples of llcforra
School culture, as he had been out of that In
stitution for less than a year, discharged ns
haying been completely reformed. Tho
greatest reluctance Is manifested nt that Insti
tution In cases where colored boja aro con
cerned, and Hlncs's premature discharge may
bu the result Of that sentiment. Tho boy gavo
his age ns fifteen )cars, and sentence was next-
finned until It could bo determined whether ho
s telling tho truth. If ho Is tinder sixteen ho
illl bo sent back to tho Itcform School.
Hartleys Font, colored, was arraigned and
pleaded not guilty, under ati Indictment
which charged him, In separato counts, with
housebreaking (rcsldcnco of Dasll Mn)bow),
with lutcnttu steal and with Intent to assault
Kmma Moyhow; housebreaking rcsldcnco of
llattlo Williams, with Intent to steal and to
assault Carrio Hall and llattlo Hall, Ford
was discovered In tho rooms of theso people,
going about placing his hands upon tho
(Jraco Smallttood, colored, plcidcd not
guilty to the cliargo of murder, bho Is ac
cused of having killed a malo child of tier's on
September 2 by strangling It n Ith a cord Im
mediately after Its birth.
Joint Cady, alias William nnd John Marr,
entered tbo same plea to tho charge of entering
the laundry of dins Wan and stealing opium
Edward Huff, colored, charged with hojise
brcaMug In entering a tool houso belonging to
the Government, uns sentenced to six months
In tho penitentiary nt Albany.
John F. Thomas, convicted under tho statute
which covers fraudulent pension claims, was
sentenced by Judjo Montgomery to one year
lu tho penitentiary. Ha had made a falsa afll
davlt In support of thu fraudulent claim of
(Jenrgo llumbrey, who Is now lu tho peniten
tiary for that offense.
y llllam Clayton, a very black young man,
whose record for piety nnd pcaceftihicss was at
tested for by the pastor of bis church, was sen
tenced to three months In Jail, under a convic
tion of assault on Zacbarlah Wlnfleld on tho
fourth of last August with a penknife.
Edward J. Horry, colored, convicted of as
sault to rapo on Sarah Hut ton, was sent to tbo
Alb my penitentiary for two jeirs.
Harry Moran, a joung white man, aged
twenty-two ) cars, pieaticu gunty in mo crimi
nal Court this morning to the charge of house
breaking. Ho was charged with breaking
Into Christ Cburcb, In Georgetown, with In
tent to steal on July 2.1. Ho stated that he
hail como to this city seeking employment.
He had never been arrested before. Ho stated
to tbo Court that thero were tbrco charges
agilnst blin for entering churches; that ho
was under the Influence of liquor and that It
was tho want of liquor that led him to commit
the offense. Ho was seutenccd to eighteen
mouths In tho Albany Penitentiary.
William Harucs, a jouug colored boy, was
sent to tho Itcform School for housebreaking,
lu entering the house of John Miller,
Joseoh Harbour, charged with tho second
offense of receiving stolen propcrty,p!eaded not
guilty. On April 14, lboll, ho a sentenced
to pay 6200 Due and six mouths imprisonment
John Graham, n colored boy, charged with
obtaining $2 from Koto Young, under tho prc
tcuse that her husbaud, John Young, then In
Jail, wanted the money to pay a lawyer, en
tered a pica of not guilty.
THE DISTRICT flOVEIINMENT.
Tho annual report of the National Associa
tion for tho Itellef of Colored Women and
Children has been submitted to tho District
Commissioners. Tho ofllcers of tho Institu
tion complain of tho unsanitary condition of
the premises In their vicinity, especially tha
open sen er and slaughter-houses. They state
aB0 that tho prosentapproprlitlnnls liotsufll
dent to defray tho actual IMng expenses of
the Inmates, and for next j ear they ask for
$10,000. It has not been cotnldurcil part of
theobjict of the institution tocaro lor cuii-
dtfnjindcr ,U j cars of age. Preparation has
uetuinauo ior n nursery 10 caru mr uiuuu-
under the 81,000 aoDronrlntlon mado by
John O'Mallcy has protested agalnsl tho
action of the District authorities in placing a
police patrol box In front of his store, No,
taOO I street northwest.
Tho Hiltlmoro and Ohio Ilallroad Company
states Hut It lias put doun a plank crossing
over thilr tracks at Unuud.iry street and that
safety gates bat o been ordered.
Gilbert Thompson has protested against tho
asscsmcut made of lots 50 an J 21, square 200,
situated on tho south sldt'of Q street, near
Fifteenth street. Ho also mudo some serious
property, especially In this case. Ho said;
"I claim that tho ussrssment of the Improve
ments should lio declared void ns hero re
quested from tha fact that the original record
lu the file book Is questionable In this, that it
shows that the first entry of 2.500 'each has
been erased and $4,000 each written In pencil
with no note by tho same, stating or Indicat
ing by whom it was done, why It was dune,
or when It was done.
'It appears to mo tnat jour plea thatappcal
was not nude lu the prescribed tlmo by tho
complain tuts Is without force, clsu what us
euiance Is thorp to any one, oven after satlsf j
lug themselves vvith thu know-ledge or amount
of their astesMiicut that tho t-Tmo miynot
be changod during tho last hour or moment
of the tlmo allowed for appeal?
That thu 25,000 or more tax
pivcrs are to act as proof readers
or to appeal dnrlng tho tlmo allowed Is pre
posterous, and especially If It bo an uncertain
inittcr, uven.it tho last moment. Tho princi
ple that an appeal, If not madu at tbo proper
tlmo, l forever barred, presumes that oppor
tunity for appeal Is provided, and also that nt
the moineut v our back Is turned It will not
Charles Early asked that tho Improvement
of Corcoran street, between Eighteenth and
Nineteenth streets, be Included lu next vc.ir's
11. II. Warner wants the alley In square 118
1 A. Tolson, of 701 Seventh street south
east, complains that bis premises aro flooded
after every hard rain Hu asks that step-i be
taken to relievo him from this Inconvenience
Ktigcuo Kenmri. manager of Kernau's
Washington 'I heater, has petitioned for the
Improvement ot thu street ami gutter in front
of the theater.
M. J. Prabody and others havo called the
attention of the Comlnlssloncrs to the bad con
dition of G street between hlevcnth and
Thirteenth streets southeast, and the t rnslugs
In tho vlclult ot tho Crnncli School building.
Thu Killing Acudomy Opened,
tho Washington Hiding Academy opened
last night for the season. Tho cntcrtalnraeut
began with u parado around thu ring by OS
ladles and gentlemen, led by Lieut. Ltudliolm
Afterward came somo equestrian sports, tho
tournament contest buiug won by Itlclianl
Wallach, tho "Chasso duKmo" by (iiiallruwn,
tho high lump for ladles by Mm. Col. Hates,
and tha high Jump for gentlemen b) Uobert
'llio Motion Docket.
In thu Criminal Court this morning Jiulgo
Montgomery announced that the motion
docket would not hereafter to taken up on
Saturday until 1 o'clock p. in.
Alexandria anil rri'derloksliurg lluv ut
Tim Vlrglnlu Kxiltli,n
November 1 has been llxcd upon by tho
managers of the Virginia Exposition ut
Itlchiiiond as Alcxaudilu uud I-rcdcrlcksburg
Duv, and In order to euablo the residents of
this section to vltlt thu exposition mi this oc
cnslon at u nominal cost the PeiinsvlviiiiU
llullroad Company will sell uxt urMon tlekuts
from Wislilii,'tiiuat raloot 'Jim, and fioin
Alexandria at W50 'lhuo tickets will bu
good only on Ihu train which leaves Wuvhlng.
ton at l! 00 and .Mux tiidrla ut 11.10 a in , No
vember 1. and will bu good to return on any
nguhrtriln until and including November..
It Is to bg hoped that our citizens will avutl
themselves of this excellent opportunity to
visit tho exposition, which Is now In full blast
and well worth tho trip. A visitor to un ex
position of this Mud not only del Ives a great
deal of pleasure therefrom, but albo obtains a
great deul of vsluublo Information that will ba
useful to him In utter life. Havs ouo who has
been there: "Go and see; you won't regict It."
Wi: axis doing u tremendous business lu line
clothing, us wo make up no doubtful quali
ties, sic the Catiimcru nulls wo tell at $10.
ElfcKMAN linos., 7th uud E,
Manufacturing Clothiers and Tailors.
UIITII STEIN'S CAHGRK.
Criminal Doings of lii lMrir Yh
nntl)- Antrum! it lUIHmor.
Orth Slcln, who, tmlf tho mte M
Walter A. Jk-Nuliy. Intcly -MIwImi1
number of unsutpectlnK IW1Umiimi.
ono of tlio clovcrct rojttH kti"
pollen nnunlii. lie Is twenly-wrw ytn
old nnd comes of a promltwnt IU
fnmllv. Ho m tlio rmmJi nnl
nepliow of tho Into (lodlovr 8 (rth.
dlatlitgtiislied member of ( otwrw,
afterward Minister to VrnriiittM, m hit
father, who tiled of a hrokon hmit,
cutset! hv his son's crlmw, wn wtalthy
cltlt'ii of Lafayette.
Young Stein was unusually hrlfjlil ml
precocious from his childhood, nnd, re
ccivlng n college) education, developed
talent ns n wilier. Whllo jet In liU
youth ho vvroto meritorious vers for
lending periodicals nnd was considered n
veritable genius. Ilo grow vvnyvvnrd.
however, nud, leaving home, ho drifted
toICatms City, vv hero ho took Bcrvlee
with tho Times. Thero ho mado n htll
llant reputation ns a reporter, hut hi
novvspaper career was Interrupted ty
murder. Ho quarreled with a theatrical
managor over a vatidevlllo actress and
shot him In tho b.tck, killing him. Ho
was convicted of voluntary manslaughter
and sentenced to tvventy-ono your im-
.!n.....H, 1..., A. B.tIt..l ,vt.,1 rtf,,(rA,1
priauiwuuiu, uiu uu owiiiii m,., i..v.
tnrouglitlioiiiliUL'ticooj povvcriui irieima
and by tho expenditttro of thousands In
Ills hclinlf, he was acquitted.
Thon he returned homo and started rt
weekly paper, a lltciury gem In Its wav,
but tho life was too prosy, und nftcr dc
ftautling his mother out of tho remnant
of her fortune, ho wen tout Into tho world
again. Ho turned up nt St. Louis during
tho Missouri Pacific strike a fow years
ago, nnd vvhllo working for tho Globe
Democrat as reporter, forged General
Manager Hotel's name to it largo chock.
He tied to San Francisco, where ho pro
cured monoy on abogus drafton thoNuvv
York Herald. Next ho tlgtned ns prin
cipal in a murderous allray at HI Paso,
Texas, for which ho was jailed for a few
Ho subsequently nppcarcd In tho roll
of forger at Pittsburg nnd wns fresli front
jail when ho mado his advent at Balti
more It Is duo to his hillucntinl rela
tions that lie hart not heretofore landed
in tho penitentiary. Ills versatility In
sures him newspaper employment vvher
over ho goes, but his penchant for
women nnd wine operates against his
steady devotion to honest pursuits.
A .Strange Trick to Play.
Mind Ueadir Cumlitrlaiitl.
Once, In Ciilro, ut the opera houso
(which his highness tlio Klinlivo kindly
placed nt my dihposjil) on event occurred
which, if luck had not been with me.
might have cut short nly career. A
well-known Englhdi olllccr lmd arranged
to think out n pl.m of attack, on thn
basis of the CNpcrimcnt I had performed
with Gen. Gourko. in 'Wnr&.vvv. Wo
Maitcd, and I took him over tho route,
that he had in Ids mind, which llnally
letl to the upiter boxes. There we paused,
but I felt that, it wns my subject's inJ
tcntiou for me to drop liom the bide of
the box us if lu the uct of stounlng n
lleiug blindfolded, I had no idea of tho
dNtnurc I bud to drop, hut, acting upon
the impiesslon conveyed to mo by mv
companion, X took the leap. A confused
nun in tir smote my cars its I made tbo
(wring und it seemed jin ngo beforo I
reached the ground,. bjit when 1 did reach
it I was forcibly reminded of the fact. I
lay on the floor for n few moments inr
tlally stunned, with n ikiinful feeling in
tlio region ot mv back, whlelf h.ul btruck
onu ot tbo folding ecnts in my full.
Nothing, however, was broken, Cut for
weeks utter I felt exceedingly soro nntl
uncomfortable. It is only fulr to tho
ollleer to sny that be did not for a mo
ment believe I would take tho leap,
wlilrh be had thought of, to use his own
words, simply " as n pm-vlcr," and tlmt bo
nt once enme to my nsslstaiico when X
Skin Deep Dnltnpplness.
Somebody told mo n story which is
current in England and which hits oil
this particular chnructctistio of the na
tion. Ono heavy dragoon nnd mighty
swell had invited a blather olllccr to
dlno with him at his club. They sat
down to n dinner of sixteen coutscs and
for the first htilf hour neither spoke. Then
tho host discovered a pictty little actress
tripping across tho street under the club
" lln," said he, "There goes Miss Jig
ger what's her dooeld name?''
'I ho other pondered deeply, and in
tho course of thu following half hour
tho dinner ptogiissed stendlly. Then
tho guest, stiuggllug under u boom of
An hour passed and not a word was
uttered. X'iniilJy. nftcr tho collee was
finished, ti light broku upon the face of
thu host ami ho sold :
" JJtmmlt, her doooid namo was Jud
kln, after nil."
Half an hour later they shook hands
and parted without a word.
Tlio cuilous patt of it all Is that the
Englishman's unh.ipplness is nil ou tho
5ui face. Undctmiitli his dignified and
moustiotisly solemn exterior lie appar
ently possesses a heart of abiding cheer
fulness. llrlggs Convicted of Murder.
Tho Jury In tho case of William llrlcgs, on
trial for thu murder of L'dwurd Jones, lu tho
Crlmlnul Court jesterday, after being out two
hours nnd n-half, returned with a verdict of
guilty ns Indicted. After the Jury had been
polled they wero thanked by tho Judge und
discharged till Monday.
At Henry I'etuinon'a,
Entries on evening previous, und results Im
medlttui after each raco at Ivy City dis
played. II 1-4111 Twelfth sticct northwest.
vv htslt'H lu llress Goods.
Mr. L (J. Davis, tho popular dry goods mer
chant at 7111 .Market Spuce, Is In dully lecelpt
of new and desirable tlns fabrics. Ills bund
somo designs In ladles' dress materials aro uu
usually attractive this season. Ills stock of
housekeeping goods, such as Tublo Damasks,
Towels, Nupklus, etc , must be soon and their
prices noted to be appreciated. Muny other
desirable und seasouablo goods lu his line, but
space forbids meutloii,
This iiowder never varlu. A mirin ot purity,
tieiiKtli Binl wholesoineueis .Moreocouonileul
than t,"ie ordinary kind, and eii'iuut Im sold la
tomiHitftlon with tbo uitiltltulu of low test,
hbort wemht alum or ilioi.liato powdeis. oo'f
cidj l"c""jtoyAJj jjakinu I'OWilBIl ro.
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that Or StnHti HasMr mm..l tt Vmtkk- '
urr and I)r PuMtr, Hm f.milv ptirW i
Ttte Hire workI bwrsMatlv with lb strk I
woman, lilt thai' urate tnmatly MnaMa M
quiet Iht 1Imi arsw mora iwl Mara hytar
leal tnl at 3V(wkltiUt mtwacW'rWk
could ba heard illstliwtly all em Is toor M
VThloh her roam Is Inestol
Her acuta tiifferlflgi UHed ttM1 after 0
o'clock jMenlay tnerxtas; ko tWRtsd
ually became nu(el4r, and an bwr llr lra,
Kuulkner sixl Fuller left l home aad Dr. I
Hinlth tetlre.1 lo lilt room, lavlae Me fHl
In charge of a IralBctl narw from Heltetrwa
Hoittllal, who had been hili'lfdlr mhI for
All throuxh the dar yetrdar Um doetars
wero In close attendsure on Ika laily al fra
quentrnntultatlont were bhl MlOo'rlaek
last n'ght Ilia phjiWsHS, with Ida acapMon
of Dr. Cinllb, itiiilly mads IbHr UUaallfor
the da)', nud It wis azrr-fd that while no trl- I
ous outcome would probtbh occur during tha
night, tho patient could tint be declared out
of danger (or lurve or lour days jet.
Dr. Smith was In the sick room until nearly
midnight, and Iheu he, tno, trilrcl, with lu
structloiis that ha be called at tbo first un
favorable sv mptoms.
All posslllo precautious hsro bctn taken to
lustiro absolute tiulct to the sick woman, ami
tbo apartment where she lies Is lighted usly by
n single lamp turned down low. A largo
screen has been set up between the door and
her bed, and Itchlud this screen no oue except
tbo doctors and nurso uro allowed.
Mrs. Illalno mother and aunt, as well at a
wsieroi tier incuu .uu ,.,er, j.eu. .m- ;
Malion. are In attend ince ou her, besides the ,
friend and Jawvcr, tlcn. .viae
nrofess onal nurse, but tbev- are not allowed
at her bedside, except at raro lutcrraU, and
then only for a few moments.
A friend of thu family said last night! "Tho
doctors tell mo that sbo Is verj, very 111, and
that her chances for life) and death aro about
equal. Further than that, of course, I know
nothing, but from tbo doctors' tones I fear the
Domestics AVIin Frighten Tltelr Kinploy
era lly Tliclr Consumption of 1'ood,
"Talk about the uppctlto of girls"
said a portly matron ut n domestlo nld
agency, with n smile. " Whatover tnivy
bu tho matter with that of our native
born girls thero Is certainly no fault, to
ho found with the digestion of tho for-clgn-botn
help hiring out In prlwtto font'
lllcs. Why, it's often been n wonder lo
mo what ravenous apiietltcs it good manv
of theio girls dovelnp. Now, thero was n
bev cntocn-ycar-old tngllli girl, a small
but, plump creature, who went to work
In u lamlly ot two on Center Mrect,
near Lincoln Hark. She was u good girl
quick, neat and conscientious but niter
n fortnight tho lady came to mo and told
tno sbo couldn't keep Nclllo any longer:
slni'ili lulu them:, alio ntu too much, i
" Would you bellcvo It, sir, that hninll
gill ate tairro iiaailt, of itiirloiu bet'KUnk
ut ono Incnkfast. A couple of pounds'
of raro 1011st beef, together with bread,
potatoes and pio enough to feed a Mnrv
Ing family for a week was n rojul.ir
thing with her. The lltht two or throe,
tlay.s it amused that young maincd
couplo to whom slio had hired out. They
used to sit and watch her operations ut
tho tablo with bulging ryes. They
thought sho had been starving nnd had
to fill out again. Hut no It was the
samo pvr-iy ilay. They bad to give it
up. That girl wik actually bankiupt
" The grocer's nnd butcher's bills nt
tho end of tho wick wero as blgli as
they would have been lor n boarding
lions". Then there was another girl, a
German. She was an old maid of thlrty
Ilvo or thereabouts. Sho was thin us u
tall und mi pale she looked as If sho had
consumption. Hut the way sho punished
tho c.itablesl Mv sakes! And with that
tho never galnctl any llesb. Sho was u
good servant, elllcieut, faithful and ex
ceedingly methodical. But sho ramus to
me every week for a new place. Nobody
eould atlord to keep her tout's tho flint.
And, generally speaking, my experienco
of mum vents with theso fotclgn-born
hired girls Is that they glory in an enor
mous appetite nnd enjoy their meals
Immensely. Somo pcopln think they just
do it on purposo to 'bust' tho lamlly.
Hut no; it's natural with them." I'lilla
Hob Downing to tie Married.
Tho Atlanta Constitution announces tho
approaching marriage of tho tragedian, Itobort
Downing, nnd tho leading lady of tho com
pany, I'ugenlu Blair, which will tako placo at
Minneapolis on Thanksgiving Day.
You M vv pay $-10 for a suit nud ours at $23
to older will compiio favorably.
Kisem is linos., 7th nnd K,
Manufacturing Clothiers and Tailors.
MAcrAlir.AND-HOI OT. ViS. On October27.
188H, bvthultBV. V A llaitlott. D.I). Henry
II F. Miiefurluna to JUry l.yon Douplusu,
daughter of John V. Doui l&m.
T I" l?t
Ey lMroiiTnn im:ss x1 abiiics.
SB ATI IN PlillKV.
(Siiucenr to Perry .t llro.v
HAH JU81' rON'siniM VTHD Till! 1'UHCIfASi:
Of A LAltiJI' MM" 01" IMI'llKTIll) IlltllsS
FA1IIIICS AT01ta"ATI,V ItllDlfLTll) 1'ltlUI'S.
NOVIII.TIKS IS I'AttlbLOMIIINATION hUITh,
WITH (101,1) ANll MI.VllU TltlMMINU, AT
sif. iMPourninosn.t.roit S'jo.
ltANlli.Ntl ntOM 8 TO S-'O. AT Wlllf.'II
HUUiti:STlII'A ARK '(illlJATII Vltd Vl.N'H."
NKW SO INCH AM. H'OOI, HAUII' CLOTHE,
AT 7oC ANK'81. ,
NKW l'llDN't'll Hlt0Al)CI.0TIIS, IN AM.
t.'OI.OI(S, AT Jl.50. IMfOUI'J'D 10 811,1,
TIIK CKMinitATI'.l) DIII.HJS IMPOltTlID
llltO.M)e.'l.onlB, IN M,l, UOI.OIW, T S-J ,-vn.
Noyi'l.TllIS I.V hTMI'Kl) ANll Clll.t'XCH
llN'dl.l.SII sOII'INOs VT 'J.
"l'.TH VAIjilKS' 'IN I'ltlJNCII AM, WOOL
hKlttll't A.Nllllll.NIt.i:i'i'.s, AT .".OC'
NOVIH.TIKt IN nil'tiliT!!) I'l.AIII AND
M'1111'I.IMUMl.l.St II VIKS ANlMi:ili.i:t-.AT
r.'K riiuiuiArf, iii Mtirn'vs. t'.vii:i.h'
IIAIItM, .Si:llAsni.i,s. Jilt.VI ll'AI.MAh
AMI) I'AMIMUIt 'S, A I' I.OWIIsf I'lllci -l
:IKV I'l.AIH .' .MKIPI'I) 01.0 nib, nm
MlfcSI?s' uItl'i ANll .1 VI irl!!'.
I NUW AM.WOOI.IIIttVl.ln AND ICKKbl'.Ys
IN AM. 'LO U 31 Ntl 81 WI
NKVV HKAI. Il'tao's V.NII A1TKVKII VNS.
"SPKCIAI. A rr UtiTl-iNM" IN IVII'OUTI'I)
VIIM'.s JAUItin- I Vt.,N8 ANll Nlivt.
MAiiKirrH. iUA,",ni. i itovt sio 'in s,o
NI'W HKAI. I '?i1' J ''hU-i AND VIHI'I'IIS,
KHdM SI'J KIS20
HI.HUANT Hl.tCK ANO s;Af, P,Uhll MOD-
.IIISKAH WitAl'i AM) tM,t'Ui;n, I IIOV $jo
r-'T.AIN I'KiUItE.- VNIKOl.'HKOTl'IIIUIX
riturt-N I- iiitv,
Perry lliilldlin.', I'ltiu-vl nili itve'iue, t oritur
Ninth street. I.' a ,IM,V i B p,. ihts.tf
(tjuecessorto Henry Leo's tons),
1'ISSN AV LN'IJi: N, W
Ilranoh oftlco, IU0 V4rjam nvu. . vv.
. ltllllST HLlll.llOIIK
A r'UKNISHlSli iKOKUTAKKIt,
uye II vv be'Hco, .id uud IWits
a- sy &
tott w sv HKM
NsW litiiatsk. k
Wc arc putting the store
and stock in trim for a big
busincsrt this fall. The recent
large purchases made by us
In the wholesale market at
considerably less than ruling
prices have been received,
and all previous good values
are eclipsed by them, they
being beyond doubt the best
bargains ever under our roof.
Ibpvatatlr msr w refer to the silks bought at
the rcMWt Annual Trade Sale In Nov York; tho
"n44 kits" erf Hlankets picked up at almost auo
Man rtlee. and Urns Hoods, Clot In, Flannels
rt. bMfct aaaaedlnrlr adruntagcouslr, glv
hs m lha opportunity to servo you better than
Sow arrivals aro here In the elsint Imported
Lve (rmits Handsome slvles In rueh rP
ttkr twr as tha "Imii l'eant." In Plain.
Hf.WntidMrllsirtitbt the llvrlln ltsElans
awl ctrtml"r. the 'Klllsrney:" the CVinumearn;
Ike I.ikIim S wtaarkH. nnd others txiuallr new
aa4 raitan.W llaltfwl as onlr the French
an ttn It It may lie In the shaft of the bark,
ti tan of the skirt, the ttneve.tlm rrvrnllt
mr b bat a touoli liMeor there, h little braid.
Ia( a friMt, or sflmthlu else equally Imiirnld
wet In ttwlr. vrtall t'illnu to icuctueo In the
whokiit grsiefnl and artlstlo effect not other
Tbare Is an ml'take about It the long carmrnt
wtll rule this winter f.ptflallr with tho best
drrer IlMUtltuI Ttrli-lv and n wldu ranuo of
prtrrafmmwMvh toMtlt Jlri to JHO. At tho
lacker prlo-i we Utusht only one or two of n
strle. to moke tliMTI exrlmlii)
In the Mini bnn tarmontswa show, among
other ahaptM, tbo Mo'ljeika nnd "Lanstrr " 1 ho
mslrrluls are I'lu.le laln nnd faucy Heavers,
xml Plash nrmrnts In abundance. e delro
In iMVe It known that theso I'luibra were so
lttti In n mntliim-wrldit. eiclallr (iiltablo
for ttHt VVaililnirtim climate, ana mutes who
, ,,Ulerli.l to litem hwtnfore on account
S,",. n,1 n0 hesitation In bujliu
thrm now. Wo imrti also swured twttirfirndo
of I'IuiIhm than nnt iinally put Into reidr-nado
garmrats nml It Is with n feo'lng of pride wo
mr. your critical eiamtiiaium oi mo iiinoiir,
finish, style, sua., lining, nnd workmanship ot
Heal I'luth tMoqnes, at S'-'O, SW.no, $'i.'. nnd
sral I'liivh Jackets, various dressy shapcs,3in,
10txl$IH. . .
Heal I'luth ItodJeiVat, Lanttrys and Newmar
kets SDS SW, S-"J.50, JM, 8J7.0O, $J0 to
Utiles' All-Wool Salts stylishly made, as low
ns Jill llluilt I'aHhmero .sails for SlB.iT All
Wool Henrietta Cloth bulls, blaok and colors,
LADIES' TKA GOWNS, WIIAITBHS, Ac.
Opening of the latest styles nnd "Novelties"
In Uidlca' Tea flow ns. W raMiers. Ilous-i Jackets,
IUomt's, Dresdng Haecines, .fcrsoys, Ac. Iho
most nttrarllvu luaturu of theso garments Is tho
"tmockwork." which Is very pretty, and hit be
como finite n ernre, ,
Wo shall place on salo to morrow o very hand
some lino ol Misses' nnd Children's Suits. Cloaks
and .Newmaikttslnoxcluslvo styos, not to bo
II0Y8" SUITS AND OVEItCOATS.
Mocked up to tho fiil'cst capaeltr with every
thing that I goixl. Overcoats In Faced Cloths,
Ueav or ( lotht, Cheviots. Chinchillas, Ac. This
Is n grovvlnif department, and well worth your
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Corner lltli umt 1' Streets
15c Spot Cash
We are not in the habit of
boring our trade about extra
inducements bought for spot
cash, but this week we have a
wonderful offering in the
shape of Men's Waif Hose,
bought direct from a New York
importer for spot cash. 243
dozen, assorted, constitute the
lot. They include hair line
stripe, pin stripe, solid colors,
fast black, fancy stripe; split
feet iu Balbriggan, Lisle
Thread; super stout all wool
extra weight Merino, &c.;
every pair guaranteed full
regular made, and not worth
less than 25c up to 50c. You
have the choice from the en
tire lot for
15c PER PAIR.
The sizes are splendid, as
they run regular 9, 9, 10,
10J4 aud 11.
Ladies, it will pay you to
buy a supply for your hus
baud, sou or brother, as they
are cheaper than seamed do
mestic hose, that sell for more
money than we are offering
this elegant hue of imported
footwear for. Remember,
every pair goes at
Gentlemen wljo aro so un
fortunate, as not to have some
one to buy for them are also
courteously invited to make a
selection irom this line of ele
gant Half Hose. The price
is miraculous ior the quality
Is the price for C days. After
that no more at these figures,
if any are left.
1241 & 1243 I Ith St. S. E.
Telephone Call, 72X
JL. JH. -A. Y JML.
LARGE AND FAT.
BY THE POUND AND 10-POUND KITS.
JOHN H. MAGRUDER,
1417 New York Ave. and I I 22 Connecticut Ave.
TORONTO SPEED CONTEST.
Typewriter. TIIK BEMINGM
- t r-r
B. B. BSRNUM St C(3
931 RettP.sy,lvania Avenue.
Headquarters I Gents' Fine Shoes.
I'or-HilNC. ICitUfrmoo mill Coif Nliocv to httlt rerono ut
GAUTRELL'S," 900 Seventh Street.
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
Uos Dollers at $1.15 and S1.G0 for Instantly maklns Tea or Coffeo.
For largo and small famlllos. .lint tho storo for summer use, as yott extinguish tho Uro tbo
Instant tho coottlni W etono. 1'" xalobytho
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 To-TL-blx Street jN". "VT".
EDWARD F. DROOP,
Call nt.'l ttiuniliio tha larea stock of
(Juhlrr .t llro., A. II. I'haso. Marshall Wen
ilttll, WhrtitiHik, Hacker Si Sou, Driest, Oroto-tce-ii
.t fuller und n'lnr
rlanns sold on Instillineiits, KichanitQl,
ItcutoJ, ltciktlrctl. Tuned, Moul und Morol.
Miret Music, forel n anil itiimo.llc: Mu.lcnl
mtln.,itu. ronstanlly tin hand. Iiunjo, tlulUr,
ihiudollu, Violin uiilColln Htnujts a spoclalty.
Qrand, Upri(jht and Squars
HKCNlilfNll I'fAN'tH, it Uno aiiortiuoul
of irouiliitiiit muktM at all i icot.
I'lANoa van iiu.Nr,
AVaSl. KNABI3 cS5 CO.,
817 Market Space.
"WlU. 11. Ill LEY,
Corner Ninth and II Streets Northwest,
IsatiwlHwtil all klmUiif
At cy tMurwi llt-,
E. G. DAYLS.
BLACK t CRESS GOODS, t EMBROIDERIES,
719 Market Sjuce, Vjshtngton, V. C.
....l ..m fl mmm Kt ktiiM. It lad ufM
trviM I'vrMfel'alle.i'.-.iss'! lu-t-
JS 1. IIAIIllol i:.W'V.
J C KUt.tltiPXlt) ,
PEERLESS DYES 4KJ.k&KS
11 1 m: tw iiiiumim mii 1
N5;1jbu un' 1 ' .t. yJmJW
(Iiifornnttnnnl for World'a fit a in.
Tlmlness correspondence and local testi
mony: GOLD JIEDAI., 08,7 wortls por inlnuto,
S1IATII MI'DAL, 03.11 wortls per mlnnto
Memorl7cd sontenco (Ato minutes) SOO
words correctly written. (C.illRrnpli loss
less than -I7r worJs concctly written.)
,acuuior - ie'siimoHyiH iuo e;uuieru."
Wyckoff, Seamans & Benedict
Cor. 8th and F Sts. N. W.
And all because he "lost his
grip" on the oars.
JUST SO in trade. The
merchant must keep his
business well in hand or it
will drift away from him. Our
grip this Fall is on
unuiuiii 11 imui v 1 iluuuiuu
Just what you want from this
out. Too many styles to
name. Lots of good ones.
Prices from $10 to $30,
talk of our Cus
enough in that dept.
to make a talk over.
An almost incredi
ble number of styles
of goods, including
the choicest novel
ties of foreign man
ufacturers. The deep sea rolls
beteen some of them
and any like them.
Stop in on your
way down town or
going home to-day
and order your Falf
D DnniMQRM & $
BOOTS AND SHOES.
aCtw tla.o OaaXTp "SJJaoo
SOLD DIRECT TO THE CONSUMED
BY THE WlANUFACTUrjER.
UOll I'l.NNA. AVI!,
37 icth St. N, W, G-; Pa. Ave. East.
limn lot f I'lntjihotjs, nijr own nw'ci, thit
wiilsoi alibar.-aiu uivuwu utrlal
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