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THE EVENING POST, FBI!) AY, KOVEMBEB 9. 1888.
The Evening Post.
0(AMrT!, nnblicr roots. Itnbber Hoots and
Shoes, llubbcr Horso rovers, Oil Clotlilna.
tlonnvrAn Itunnrti Co.,
300 0th street, near l'cnrnylvnnln nvonvo.
1'lno IVIiim nml I.lqunrs.
Chr. Sander's, not) Sovontli street northwest.
Tho most eomnleto Uqnnr House nnd stock In
thii i lty. Kino Old V hlsklos n( lKllS-'70. etc., a
ncclntty and nlwnyt n hand. Dlroet Importa
tions of Koncrlncrd Ilros..hnd M. Mlia's flno
Hherrlos nnd 1'otW Aynla & Co.Cli.itonud'Ay
ChampiiRucs, Cnuo A, l'lls Frcrus Clarets.
John rtudden's Installment houses, which aro
eoiittnlly located nt IMO and DJ2 Seventh street
northwest, I tun place to buy )onr housekeep
ing nutfltt. Ho has tlio larceu stock of stoves,
ccrpcts, furnlturo. etc., that ho lus ever kept,
and Is doinc uu Iratnenso business by selling
them iitonsh prices on tho Installment plan on
easy weekly or monthly piymcnts.
HI tlio Host.
Ask for It, Schllti's Milwaukee Lager Deer.
For salo by nil leading houses.
Mr. Joseph II. I'lslic,
formerly In tho sowlt.c machine, liuilnen on
nth street, will bo pleased to sco his frlonds
at tho Domestic frowlws Machine Ofllce. comer
7th and 11 sts. C. Auerbach, solo agent.
llntor honed and dog collars engraved freo.
1). N. WAtroni).
187 l'n avc. nnd OiJJ 1' btrcot.
Dry nnd Sweet Catawba, SI per gallon.
Joseph D. Donnelly, 1 lth nnd I strcot n w.
It Your Property Insured ?
If nt, consult Oum.iv linos , 13101' at. n. w.
Kozcl's Itostniimnt, 1827 1 1th St. n. w.
Steiuncd Ojstrrs nro having a big run at
OronuE KorEts, 1827 1 1th strcot northwest.
russell'i Family C.ifo, U27 N. V. Ave.
l'or Washington Ilrcssod Ilecf
fo to John 11. Kellv. stalls (U8. W0 and (1.10
t'entro Market and 20(1 nnd 203 Northern Lib
ert). Corned beef a specialty.
T.ndlcs' Iloyal Kid Ilntton, Common Sense
and Opera Too. with l'atent.Loithcr Tips, $.1.50.
Uahtiiei h't, 1100 Seventh stroet.
Oeni go Kurd makes a specialty of his res
aura nt for ladles. 1827 1 lth street.
Theutcr-gocrs should call nnd getastewof
oysters at Otomii: Kuikl's, 1827 1 1th street, bo
foro going home.
"Aldernor Dnlry Wngnns."
Trcsh AUcrney butter, churned oery morn
ing and delivered in H lb "Ward" prints, too.
peril). Alo cottage cheese, buttermilk aud
-,icet milk, Co. percit. Cream, lae.tiernt.
CIT .NEWS I'AKABR.Vl'HS.
It is announced that Mr. Beach, the ten
nis cbauipluu, li to make his homo hero this
Tito Ladies Aid Society of tho German
Oruluu Asylum met at St. Ucorgo's llall ye
teiday. i The Meridian Club has moved to Its now
nousu ut 1720 I sttcct and a culsluo and
lodgers' rooms aro to be added.
Hie members of tho Six O'clock Club ato
their mouthly dinner last night, and were ad
dieted by Major l'ontll, nof. Wiley, W. A.
CrolTut, A. 11. Mullett nud others.
Mr. Frank G. Carpenter, tlio Journalist, ol
this city, who Is now iu Japan, toutemplatcs
a two j cars' tour around the world. He sends
w eekly letters to ten papers In this country
for $1U per letter. II. A . opoffonl has rented
Mr. Carpenter's house during his absence.
Miss Jcsslo Uartlctt Davis ami her diamonds
are Mill separated. That was a funny iort of
s separation, wasn't It?
Miss Juliette Cordon as Mignon lets that
hair of hers fall about her like a vail of rusted
JenuloCalcf nt Harris's Illjou to-night In
"Kathleen Mavouiueeu." Matinee to-nior-ov,
" The Theatre Goers' Droara," by It. M. De
Leeuw. Is an Insculous story Into which the
t lusuf a tliousaud plnjs aro woen. Ja
Uramulie literary curiosity mstiuiio wen vprui
tliu ten cents charged for it. It. M. lieLccuw,
1M1 William street, A'ctv York. -J I
Tho play at the National last night was
"The Hunchback." with .Miss Marlowe as
Julia, Mr. linrron ns Master 'Walter, Miss
Miuw as lldui, Mr. Currier as Modus, .Mr.
T.iber as Sir Charles Clifford, and Mr. Owen
ns Fathom. Miss Marlonu's Julia Is a beautl
fu', pathetic picture, possibly a little over
stuiicd with tears. Mr. larrou's Master
W iltcr Is vcrry strong, much better than tils
lugomar. The comedy work of Miss Shaw
and Mr. Currier was excellent and won en
thusiastic recalls. Mr. Taber's Sir Charles
was mild and gcutlc, and Mr. Owen's Fathom,
In the lust act, cnujht the houte. To-night
"Twelfth Night," aud Miss Murlone's Viola Is
said to bo cu ideal.
"Dorothj" was agaiu the opera at Al
bmgh's last night, with a good house nnd a
vast amount ot fun In Iiaruabeo's best humor.
Crap ShooterH Interrupted.
The meeting of tho K-Strcct Crap Club
yesterday evening was but sllmly atteuded,
owing, doubtless, to tho lingering traces of
political excitement Incident to tho election.
'lbe lirgcst pot ot tho session wasbilng
"shook" lor, when 0 filters ltellly and Work
put In.thelr appearance.
The pot lay hi twceii Jlrothcr Prank Black,
whose color h sjnchronlous with his name,
and llrolhir Johu Johnson, who Is brown. ,
"Scbeii, 'leben, rnzlo, dazzle; Harrison,"
mumbled Ilrother lllaek.
Thotallimau was tUecthe, and ho shook a
tray, a deuce and a four fepot; that was the
Just then tho policemen mado a rush and
got tho two ouug gamblers, and this morn
ing they v ero lined f fl Iu tho Police Court.
The club was mi tho right sldu of the election,
liouc-er, aud tho treasury easily withstood
Mr, Ccitlln'ii Cfliitennlnl herIet'H.
Mr. II. W. Collin, who has had churgeotthe
Government exhibit at Cincinnati, and through
whose efforts tho hill extending tho tlmo for
the exhibition to icmaln Iu Cincinnati was
passed iu both houses ou tlio closing day of
tho seulou, has been the subject of marked at
tentions lu that city. He has been m.ido As
sociate Commissioner ol tho Exposition nud
pii'seulcd with a cohUd'adgo and u icsolutlou
oi tnaiiKs i) uio i.xposuiou 'ojru iu recog
nition of hi f.er Ices iu btha ).' ot the exposi
tion, Mr. Cofllii bad charge of the Interior
Department exhibit at l lio New Orleans
Imposition, and his experience, thcro made
him especially efficient ut Cincinnati.
James II. WcUbainpcl and Ida J. Lcltzan,
haltluiorc, Md.; 'lhom.is Johnson and Mary
I', l.uc.is; 0-,car Leo and Katlo Coatcs; Will
'. lloteler and AddloC. Shock; Clnrlcs Ves
sels and Matilda A. Huldy; James W, llofKln-
soii unit i.enu li. noon; uamc! iiraxicu, llu
Willluin County, Md., and Amanda Lee,
Viederlck Clly, Md.; John K. 1'ey and Ileim
M. H. lUlteU; Walter li. Wlirglus and Mur
A. l.toval; Alcxjndei l(a)iiard and Julia Cum
ber. SetoiMl-huiid Dealeis .Miut lleport,
Krauk M. Goldsmith, a D-strcct scrond-hand
dealer, wus lluid i'M lu the Police Court this
morning for not making proper repoits ot
goods sold to him. Hobouitht from the pio
lilouul llilef who succeeded In Ingratiating
lilinilf with tho Cycle Club some time ago,
nud then stealing a Llejcle, cornet and a
Miluiiblo violin. Mr. Goldsmith bought tho
violin, which was worth some $50, for 1, and
didn't leport It.
Ilurlnl I'eriulls Iwurd.
iluilul pet lull hnvo been Usuel during tho
pastel bonis by tho Health Ofllccr J a follows,
John II. Klitcbcr, 11 months; Barbara
Wuber, Ciyeam; Waiien T. Collins, 1 tar,
Wllber Jleale, l'J days, Ida T. Cirmll, !i'J cnr,
I'.Ila M, Drown, yo jear, Maiaiet J. l).ilv,
fij )eiirs;.Inhu K. J'nilsett, 'J jetrs, unil llio
following oolorod: Sarah Norrls, 70 jeurs;
Cathtrluu Powdeu, 40 jears; Samuel I'nt'ks, 17
yinis: lluttuo Scott, adajs.
Wills l'lloil To.duy,
Tlio will of Win. Whelan leaves to hit wife
all his propel ty for lifo. Upon her death part
of lot 11, irpiaro Ml, Is to go to his three
The will ot Jacob Benjamin Miller leaves
rJl uU.propcity to Us 'wife, Martha Miller.
AN UNFAITHFUL SKCUBTAUY.
James II, Ornhnm Charged With Stalling
I'nngressmun (llninr's I'rlinto Paper.
James II. (Irnham was called for trial In tho
Criminal Court to day ou tho chargo of liouc
brcaklng. Graham was a confidential secre
tary Iu tho employ of Congressman John II.
Glover, ami Is charged by Glover with having
stolen the papers In tho enso of the late Anns
tasla Fatten vs. Col. II. I. Fleming. Grahsm
Is represented by K. II. Hay ns counsel. Mr.
Giaham claims that this Is purely n plcco of
splto work on tho part of Mr. (JIo tr, growlns
nut of differences which will appear at the
When tho cato was called this morning Mr.
Lipscomb stated Hint tho Government was
unablo to go to trial, as an Important witness
for tho prosecution was absent In St. Ixntls.
.Mr. Ilayprotcitcd ngalirstnny furthcrdelay,
calling attention to tho fact that ho had for
somd time been trjlng toeccuroa tilalof tho
Mr. Graham then roso to his fcct,saylngthat
he was a member of tho liar and would like
to say a few words. Ho spoke with the utmost
"Three times," said he, "has this case been
set! my witnesses, eight or ten In number, been
called away from their places of business. It
Is unfair to them and to tho defendant that
this case should bo fuithrr continued. 'Hie
Indictment was found two months ngo. This
witness was then In the city of Washington.
hy could they not have then Issued
"1 state further to the court, that as God Is
my Judge, I was novcr near that house after
the 8th of Houtcmber, nnd this indictment
iliarges tho lOili. I liao a reputation and n
character which this coinplnlnaut with all his
money, or his wlfo's money, cannot smirch.
Why should this caso bang over mo ? Why
should this cloud haug orr me, my wife and
chlldieu? This malice nnd splto that has en
venomed that Utile corpso that sits there"
llcie ho was Interrupted by tho Court with
tho admonition that different language must
ijo dwell, and no seated tiimscit wiiuout uu
Ishlng tho sentence.
The caso was finally tct for next Thursday.
TUB 'TltAU MAX" ASSAULTED.
Tho Old l'uinllliir Vender Ilttdly Diim
i iigml by it Ilniigh.
"Crab tn-n-n l Crab tn-a-u I Crab tnau's
er goln' envny."
Charles Boldcn, the old crab man, was cry
ing bis wares In the tuneful wall that every
ono who is much about tonn at night has
heard ou C. street, between Thirteenth and
Tlilrtccn-and-a-half streets, Wednesday night,
when a big negro, n'lined William Cole,
slopped him and demanded a crab.
"Crab Charlie," as ho Is kuowu, said that
ho didn't) glo bis crabs away, exreptln return
for llvo cents In the nickel coin of the realm.
Charllo is n good-uaturcd old negro and was
totally unaw aro of tho sinister deslgus ot his
tall customer. With au oath Colo made a
pass nt the crab man aud cut him clear
through the under lip.
Charley c.uno luto tho l'ollco Court jes
tcrday wllhjhls head tlea up Iu bloody ban
dages and Cole, who hai already been In the
penitentiary nnd Jnll for cutting people, was
lined 2. Colo was caught by Olllcer Holler.
Cole said that Lc bought a dcWIcd crab of the
old man ami Uio old man wouldn't glo It to
He said he slabbed one of "do deilljli"
crabs and struck lloldcu with Its sharp claws
which made tho cut. lioldun said ho was cut
with n kuife, mid Colo wcutduwn.
A I'nlr of Weddings.
Miss Floience Sclby, duughtcr of Mr.
mid Mrs. J, W. Sclby, wis (juicily mar
tini at her home. 'Jll'J M sticet, last
night to Mr. 1J. Thomas Itohlusoii. The
eeiemonv was performed bv Itev. rather
l.opin. ot St. Dominic's, nnd then the
biido and uroom started for a northern
Miss Addle 0. Shook'. Mr. and Mrs. W.
fi. Shock's duughtcr, and tho grand
daughter of Commodoto Shock, and Mi'.
Will 1. lloteler. a member of tho Na
tional Ullles. were married at the Foun
dry M. U. Church Inst nlulit by the
L'riimn'a fntlipr. lte.v. J. Wcslev lloteler.
Hip usheis -were Messt's'.J William It.
JUilev. who acted as licst man; Trunk
I O'Urien. Lewis C. Justice. Kobeit Lee
JIalns. of this city, and Messis. Samuel
M. Ilaiden and J. Albert Itoblns. of JJ.il
timo.v. After the coremouv tho happy
couple left the citv on the 10 o'Uock
train for the North.
Itvcuiil Ulcctlons Held.
At tho meeting ot tho first division of tho
Associated Charities lint ulgLt, Mr. F. L.
Mooro was elected president; Pay Director
Looker, lco-presldent; Mr. Joseph Davis,
secretar; Miss Plorcncc Dclzell, assistant sec
letary; delegate to central olllcc, ilr. B. T.
Jamiey. Ily direction ot the piceldcnt tho
secretary was oidcred to lsue a clitular show
ing tho recolpts nnd expenditures of tho as
sociation for the past ) car. '1 lio meeting ad
journed until tho first Thursday In December.
Tho following officers and directors of tlio
Homeopathic rrco Dispensary uavo uecu elect
ed: President, Miss I. II. l.cumar; Iec-picsl-dent.
Mrs, S. P. Duncanton; treasurer, Miss
llesie Uutherford; secretary board ot di
rectors, .Mrs. A. M. Hllljer; directors, Mrs. L,
M. Wttlngcr, Mrs. K. V. Hort, Mrs. C. 11.
Wlnslow, Mrs. W. L. Van Dcrllp, .Mrs. Wll
Ham lllrnei; secretary ot tho association, Mr3.
Jiillm Miuculliul, living at 2621 M
sheet, who cntciod suit joloulay against
I ho Sunday llcinld for lllii'l, for inaldiiK a
Slalcnieiit tint he hid an an ivchlst lias
(lying, say thai tl.- lbig In (iio-llou w.is
a plcco of ml btiutlng u-cd In tlio fieo
luldo crlibiutlou, and circled ou u polo
by Ids Utile bov, uud iunieoci'. that llio
Amciieiin IU,; Kiiimouuled tho luilu at tin:
top unil llio plcco of burning wus after
wauls lied on.
TcmiiCiHturo and condition of wnlor at
T u. iu.: Cheat 1'alls. tomiieialuie, 57; con
dition, ;:); rcitllng ivsoivolr, loiuiieialuii),
tH, iiimlllliiu ut mil III ooiiH-etliin. illl,
(ondlll'iii at soulh coiincctliiii, :iu; ills
Ir billing wjuciMilr, ti-tnpei.iluio, 67; conill
tloii at lu'lui'iit ,itc-!i iiisj, fill; c,.i..ii:(,ii at
diluent gaiu-ii'ju-c, ail.
AVIicn Hots Will lio I'nld.
The SfioomaKcr Company, who hold not less
than f.1,000 lu stakes on tliu lato election, give
notice that tliey will band tho money over to
tho winners at nnv tlmo after tho result ot tho
election Is ofllclally announced. Wagers will
be paid before that time with the assent ot tho
Aritllttoil of AhdiiuH.
Julius D. lthodes was tried lu tho Criminal
Court jcsteiilnj ou tho charge of assaulting
Charles ,M. Tnjlor last .Tunc, boveral wit
nesses were examined and a verdict of not
'1 lili iiowilur novcr varioi. A nmrvol of purity,
stiviiKllmiiil wholuxiineiieis Moruoconoinlcnl
I lian tlio ordinary kinds, uud cannot boroMIn
(inniuitltlou with tho uiultltude of low teat,
khon-welaht alum or phoiiuta liuwileis, HM
ItOYAL 1IAKIK0 I'OWDKH CO..
100 Wull st-uet, I,'ew York.
Jr w ROYAL ?ol$ J
HOW ZOIA WOHKS.
How tho French Noxollst Lives
Writes Ills Itemnrknblo HooUs.
AVw 1'or t'lmlit
oU ill ptlxnto lifo 'must not 1)0
Judged by liovcK Ho litis nlwnys led
nit exemplary existence ami Ills tuslcs nro
ot the most bourgeois kind. Married In
cntly lifo to iteming girl in lmmulo stn
tlon, 'oln lins tilw.tys been i home body.
Outside of n very few friends lio lins
never received nny comimuy, nml in tho
wny of visits he lias limited Ills eulU to
n very few friends, Mtcli s Umulct, Oon
court nnd Clinrentler.
Tlio novelists lMtis npnrimcnts nro in
the Uur lUlln, lnit ho spends only two
or three months here, when ho is super
intending the rchenrsnl of n piece i or
miiUliig rcscurclies ut tho llbrnry. llio
rest of the yenr ho lives nt Mcdnti, n
llttlo village overlooking tlio Seine, not
fur beyond tlio forest of Salnt-Gcrninin,
wiicro lie Is one ot tlio munlolKil coun
cilors of Ills commune. His Btuily is mi
Immense loom, hung in tupesttics, nt
ono end of which Is nn immense dlvnn,
covered with silk cushions nml Oriental
MulK A window, occupying neatly ono
sldo ot tlio room, gives light, screened,
through Rlnss nncs painted in rich
tones and rcprchcntlug llnwers ofid iwi
coclts in nil sorts of attitudes.
In preparing his novel " l Tcrre" ho
went Into tlio llcnuce country, hired n
hut, a horse nnd cnirlago nml llravelcil
about from fumi to fnim, tnlklim, "with
tho peasantf. Artcr ho has collected
all his material he makes a general plan
ot his book, then another plan dividing
the work Into Us vailous pitta, and lor
each of theso puts ho elnsslllcti tho notes
li has tnlten, When ho begins to write
tl.e novel lio continually Stops to maito
notes MiggrMed by tho work as it ad
vances, and these dally notes are lidded to
those already classllicd for tho futuro
y.nhi Is verv mcthodlcil uhoitt his
woik; he has n regular task that ho pcr
foims each day. Up nt 8 in tho morning,
he takes a thurt walk with his dogs he
loro eating his breakfast. At 0 he sits
down to work nnd writes until 1, when
tho daily tusk i.s finished. After tho
noon meal he takes a nap, nnd at .'I o'clock
lie is awake and icady for his mail whioh
arrives at that hour. After dinner and a
chat or a game ot hilllaids wlrjli his
fiicnd, if nnv have come out to see him,
lio t-tlres to Ids study and rends lato into
tlio night hcroro retiring. As soon us
ono novel is llnlihed he gcnuallv takes
a few week's resti before beginning an
other book, nnd during tills time he gives
himself up to the pleasures, of lural life,
Burdening, boating, etc.
How n Georgia Hnrscmnn Crossed Mill
It was in tho sixties. Mitchell's
luidgo across Mulberry Cieck was tho
tallest lu Harris County. A swell iu
tlio creek hud mis'placed nn'nrch, snul
twehc men had assembled to repair tho
damage. Tlio flooring for twelve feet had
been icnwcd. It was twenty-llvo feet
to tlio water beneath.
Suddenly tho hammers ceased and tho
men listened intently to tlio approach
ing clatter of a horse's boots.
" It's Je'M, by gnnuy," said one,
"IIo's splittln' tho wind, too," said
" That llttlo Illlv knows how to pick
up her feet, and she don't study about
it, neither," sild number thtee.
" Bang my buttons!"
'J'liis -was snld lust us the rider nppcarcd
In sight, presenting a plctuio ol robust
uinnliood, guiding with unerring liaud
lliu fleetest little niiiro in Western
Georgia, Ho was clad in n line broad
cloth suit. Ills feet in a iir ot the best
calf-skin hoots, and they mined nnd or-
nnmented with neat, small bpurs.
On ho came.
'l'ltn nw.n worn Inst, In ndmlrnl.Inn mill
ctnil ...111. ,.,,tl. .lti.l nnd ..iinti iitiYL'TY
.'.ISUt. Iltlll ,1(1.11, (, 1.1.1. VJ.J .('!( V.....0-
ll.ed to tlie spot.
lie ncnicd tlio bridge.
As if by maglo tlio crowd wero nwalc
rned to tho horrible death that awaited
the man should ho attempt to pass over
"Stop! stop!" shouted tho men.
"Tlio ilooi's up"
" You can't ciossl"
The hnrsn's hnnts struck the blldgc.
"Head him oiri"
"He'll be klllid!"
" Stop his horse!"
Aud they all lushed to tho middle of
" Clear the trnckl" whooped tho im
petuous rider, and the way was denied.
lio reached tho brink. Tlio gallant
ninio paused ticmhlcd. Tlio men stood
breathless. Tlio rider planted himself
firmly In tlio saddle, gathered tlio telns
tighter, and sank the spurs deep into
the sides of his mate.
She bqiinttcd, leaped wildly into tho
njr nnd landed sifely beyond tlio awful
With unslackcned puce, and without
a sound save tlio clatleiing ot tho hole's
hools, both steed and ridei disappeared
over tlio hill, havjug suipassid anything
of the kind in tlio history ot Georgia.
Hamilton (Uu.) Journal.
(.'mulcted Six Times.
Samuel Emery, a colored man with n face
that reminded tlio beholder ot the lamented
Crowley, was comlcted six bucccssIvo times
In tho Criminal Court vcsterlay of as many
different charges of housebreaking. Ho was
convicted before a jury on three charges and
pleaded guilty to three. He had entered tho
retldcnccs of Thos. J. Auderson, John J,
Kvans, Thomas Gray, Peter G. Tilton, Alvln
l'osc nud Joseph Kulins.
IN AUTUMS AND WIKTKH DltV-ODODS CAN
HE UEU.N AT TUB KSTAIIMUUMENT 01'
(Suceussor to Perry A llro.l
ELi:OANl'OOM)AXD falLVKIt I'OMf'ADOUK
bUl'EUII hTOUK lit" LYON'S SILKS. JtoYAL
Alt.MUIthS. 1IHNOAL1NKS, bATIN MICH
ESSE. 1101 Hi: I'KKINS, MOIHE ANT1IJUI.S
ANDFAILLEFllvNUAISi: IN 1II.AUK. vNll
ALL COUIUS l'Olt M'ltEEC AND HOUSE
EAlt AT LOWEST PltlUKS.
"ALL Till: NEWsllADhs" IN hILK PLUSHES
AND VELVETS l'HOM$l TO $'l I'Ell YAHII.
LYON'S I't'llE SILK VELVETS FllOM 'JO TO
128 INCHES WHIUINlll.ACK AND ALL THE
NhW COLOUR Poll AU'Tt'MN AND WINTKIt,
1SANOINO 1 UOU Sil.nil 'I (I $H l'EIt YAH1).
r.LLHANTIILsCKANU SEAL bILK l'LUSUES
AT SI TO S1'2.
WEDI1I NO Ol' I'KITS A SPECIALTY,
"bl'I'CIAL OtKKltlNO" OF NK.W FIIRNCH
liHOADCLOl IIS IN ALL SHADES AT 81.10,
IMMENSE STOCK OF NOVELTIES IN ALL
WOOL 1'IIENC'II DItESS I'AIIUICm Fi,H
l'l.MN AND COMIHNA'IION SUITS, HANO-
IN(. FIIO.M (Wo '10 ti SO Pl'.lt YAI1D.
NEW I'A KIS AND IIKULIN WHAI'.s, JACKETS.
HU1LANS, NEWMMtKETS AND JEltsEYS
ELI.OANT IlLACK AND HEALPLUSH WHAl'S,
JACKETS AND SAC(H ES, ALL SIZES.
NOVELTIES IN HANdUeUOIIIEI'S AND II0S1.
"I1KST MAKES" 'OK PLAIN "AND HlllItKI)
MK11INO WOOL UNDEltWEAH ALL STYLtS
OENfINK CAMELS' HAIU AND rill'.NCH
11H0( HE SHAWLS.
NOVELTIES IN HYMALAYA. CHUDDA AND
bCOlf'll TltAVELlNO SHAWLS
Tltl'.lOUSSK & CO.S CELEUIIATED KID
SSTHPKrlAL APAItTMENT KOlt DISPLAY.
INO EVENINOOOODS 1IY (1AS-U01I P
JiTPLAlN FKIUltlSS AND COEIll.CT PUICE3.
rry llutldlnz, I'eiinsylvaiilu uveimo, corner
Ninth street. Established IBtll.
I lllLLUJILKE "
(Suetossor to Henry I.eo's Sons),
Wl l'ENN. AVENUE N, W
Ilraneh ofllce, 108 Maryland ae s, w.
H1U l'cnn. nvu, 11, w hetwtuii lid and 1M sts.
Ku'rjthlni! Ursulas. n
Aro llio 11 KMT
K. OF Ii.TI) TURNOUT.
District Assembly, No. ni llscnrt Its
Detcgnto to tho Hallway Htntlmu
Mr. K. U Jordan, tho dclegato of District
Assembly, No. GO, K. of I.., will leavo for tho
West to-night to attend tho KnlghUof Labor
Convention, Tho occasion will bo modo a
notabloono by tho assembly. Mr. Jordan has
been conspicuous In Ids efforts In behalf of
tho plato-prlnters In tho Uureau ot lhieravlng
and Printing during tho past j ear, having tho
satisfaction of seeing his work urougut to a
successful end. It has been tho wish ot his
associates to compliment htm Iu somo fitting
way. Consequently ho will bo escorted to tho
railway station to-night by tho members of
District Assembly fiO, headed by tho Marino
Hand. Ihoy will unci nt tho Light Infantry
Armory ntO o'clock nud proceed to mo sta
tion, niter n short parade, i no representa
tive of District Assembly, No. CI, of Now
York, lia como on here, and will accompany
Mr. Jordan to tho West.
Arthur Wells' Story.
In tho Police Court this morning tho caso ot
Arthur Wells, tho ll-jcir old negro boy who
so nearly blow John Graham's, or John Mur
ray's, head oft nt Chllds' brickyard, was con
tinned. The )oulhfiil gunner was arrested
last night and locked up In tho Navy-Yard
Ftnllou-houso. Ho sas that Graham, or
Murray, was tho aggressor and tried to talto
from him a wheelbarrow ho was using. Ho
refused to give It up and tho man knocked
hlin down and kicked him. Then ho went
homo and got tho shotgun and shot Uhn.
A bettor vnluo of clothing for less money
than nuy other dealer. Hxamluo our$3,U)
Child's Suits. r.isr.MAN linos,, 7th aud H,
Manufacturing Clothiers nnd Tailors.
Political Agony Over
AND NOW FOR BUSINESS.
26-inch Gold-Tipped Glorias,
Has nny other houso nuythlng liko It?
Pieces of lij.inch Plush, all
Has any other houso nuythlng like ltt
Black Russian Hare Muffs,
some satin lined among them,
Has uny other houso anything llko 111
Ladies' Black Felt Sailors,
Has any other house anything llko Itl
Pairs of Children's Kid and
Has any other houso nuythlng 1 Iko itt
Yards double width Cashmere
Remnants, just in; all shades
ot Navy, Mrytle, ' Garnet,
Brown and Black,
Has nny other house uu) thing llko ltt
Dozen Black Spool Silk, ioo
Has any other houso anything llko itl
In this manner we could
enumerate a thousand other
articles, but we would be com
pelled to have the whole side
of this paper.
1241 & 1243 I Ith St. S. E.
TELE.'HONE CALL, 7'J2-'-.
"Wjm. II. Kn,EY,
Corner Ninth and E Streets Northwest,
Is clo;lug out all kinds of
At Very Iteduced llatos.
E. G. DAYIS.
BLACK DRESS G00D3, t EMBROIDERIES,
Luces and Tilinmliigs,
7ig Market Space, Washington, D. C.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Xe tlao Only Slioo
SOLD DIRECT TO THE CONSUMED
BY THE MANUFACTURER.
00.1 I'KNNA. AVIJ.
lhao lot of Hi eShoos, my own make, tint
-ill sell at a Ur.-aln. (Jlvoino atrial
H. L. WlIXITT.
8. II, flwv.N.HB
VoriiiiMitiuo, nml I,t. 11. vf.
ho'eo "' 'In 5leats nud I'rovMons.
Tlie IH-t OO'kU ut uio Lowot l'lltcj.
Httvln,! recently lltted upj
In connection witb n,y I'ATKNT I'HOUKbH. I
ILLUHTIlATIOI.s AT mw y011 vmGl,
I'hotoitapliiiiju,, Wiwj ,or thoTrado.
ii h i-ititmjjjj,.,,, tv.
fT liiTM ill
427 loth St. N, VV. 627 Pa. Ave
lew Stock of Gloves
We are having another
Glove exhibition. We hope
to meet the expectations of
all who set high store on re
liable Kid Gloves. We don't
pretend to tell you what
Gloves to buy, and yet we
don't intend to keep any you
ought not to buy.
We buy Gloves only where
shape, fit, finish and durabil
ity are made the first consid
eration, and notwithstanding
this fact, we sell at the same
prices usually prevailing for
inferior qualities. Standard
brands of reliable qualities, at
the lowest prices possible to
name. The latest improve
ments in stitching and embroi
dering have been made and
appearances duly cared for.
The most fashionable
shades and tints matching the
new dress fabrics are em
braced in the handsome as
sortment of colors, and black,
as a matter of course. Gloves
for street, for riding and for
evening occasions. Kid, both
dressed and Suede. Such
popular brands as the "Im
perial," 'Trefousse," "Per
rins," "Raynier," "Belair"'
and a dozen others unnamed.
No matter what, price you
wish to pav vou are sure of
getting its full value in select
ing from this stock.
For Ono Dollar per pair wo offer 4-button
llclalr Dressed Kid, (1 button Pig skin or lie
glan, 1-button Sucilo nnd others.
I'or a Dollnr-twcnty-flvo per pair wo offer 0
button Imperial, 1 button ex-nunlllyof Suedo,
For n Dollar fifty wo offer 4-button "Tro
fousto" fiiicdn Oloes. 5-hutton 1'lnk wrist Im
perial, .1-button lioynlcr Kuedo, plain back; -1-
bulton oxtia quality ileal Kid and others.
For a Dollnr-soventy-flve wo offer 4-button
Tteynlcr Kid (llo os, cmbroldorodbnok; 4-button
Host 'Imperial'' Kid, wltn chain and feather
stitching, and others ot equal worth.
For Two Dollars wo offor 8-button Lenpth
"Trefousso" huodo Olovcs, 4 button "I'crrlns' "
Encllsh Walking Gloos nnd othois ot equal
Tor Two Dollars nnd n Quarter tlio best Is tho
8-button Lcnsth Itoynlcr Suodo, in black, gray,
tan and cainu y.
WoaroshnwiiiRasupcrb lino of LndleVLons
Gloves, lu Cllnco and bucdo. for wear on special
occasions, for weddings, ,ruuupilous etc,,
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Cornor lltli nnrt T Stroots N. W.
HARD TO BEAT.
The range of styles
among our Overcoats em
braces about everything
imaginable, or at least de
sirable, and among them
are a number of small lots
reduced in price far below
The Men's Suits Stock
is in "apple pie" order,
and its variety warrants
the assertion that who
ever buys a Winter Suit
without at least looking
here falls to consult his
Boys and Children are
as amply provided for,
with a house full of choic
est styles at such reason
able prices as to be bar
319 7th St., S, E, Cor. D St,
Parte & Co.,
Tlie Oldest and Largest Music House in the City,
NO. 937 PK, KyE,
NEAR TENTH STREET.,
Dealers in Pianos, Organs, Foreign and
American Sheet Music, EVSusic Books,
Musical Instruments and Musical Mer
chandise of all kinds.
Pianos for Rent or Sale at moderate
prices and on accommodating terms.
Pianos Tuned and moved by competent
workmen. Telephone, Wo. 18.
TORONTO SPEED CONTEST.
ovtri-5?esa gn Ksaci
Tlio Winning Typewriter, THE HEMING'IM
lV' . .r"i-M I
E. B. BHRNUM Si CO
931 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Pure Java and Mocha Coffees
FRESH ROASTED DULY.
JOHN H. M AGRUDER,
1417 New York Ave. and I I 22 Connecticut Ave,
Headquarters Gents' Fine Slices.
l'oi'iiolte, KmiKiiroo mill Cuir Shoes lu Suit Ktcrjoiio nt
GAKTRELIi'S, 900 Seventh Street.
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
(las llollern nt $1,15 and $1,51) for Instantly nuking Toa or ColToo.
Forlareo uud umnll fumlllo.
Just tlio .tovo
' Instunt tlio cooking U
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Tern-tOa. Staree-fc ST. "W.
WOOD AND COAL.
V. Baldwin Johnson,
Wlioltmilu and Hutall Dealer la
Wood, and- Ooal.
Cointilote r.icHltloi. llottom 1'rlcos,
l'ull Wolulit aud jUotiiiro
Wood nud t'oul dlioot (ram tlio forosti nud
mines by mil and w.iter, uid freo from blu,
uluiound other Impurities.
(UVU MU A TIUAI..
Jlaln Vard uud OlUtie. 1 101 lit I. avu. u, w,
llruuoli " " HlLAst, s.o.
lliiineli " ". Bill -116 t. u w.
llnineli odlco for nrde, corner Tun til und I sts.
llruiieli ofllee for orders, oornor lilthund M sts
AUoouneoted by teloplioiifl.
Barbour Law liulldlim too u. Ave.
WAHIIINUTON, H V
Ueslduucv. o. 1U18 U St. Mortliwest.
(International Tor World' flinin.
Business corrospondonco and losal testi
mony: COLD MEDAL, 03.7 words per mlnuto.
SILVint SII1DAL. IM.ll words wr mlnuto
Memorized sentenco (flvo mlnutos) fino
words correctly willten. vUitlurrnpn leu
less than 475 words correctly written.)
iScnd fvr "Tcstlmouyof tho Camera."
Wyckotf, Seamans & Benedict
Cor. 8th and F Sts. N. W.
POINTS OFTHE LAW
WE HAYE POSSESSION OF TOE
C "JEl E -A.3VC
we carry the
of the goods.
LOOK AT OUR
Businoss Suits at SIS, our
Broad Walo Coats and
Vests, our Handsomo Over
coats, our Princo Albert
Coats, our Boys' Suits,
And sec if we haven't.
for auinmer uio, m ymi eittuiuUli tlio llrotlu
lor aula hy tlio
TINE FAMILY FLOUH.
UII.T I51HI1! nr
And you will u'wuys liau boantlful llratil;
nous nun iiiii'iiks. wniiiusuiu Ho (Kit,
i'l.D.ansvbuiiu juviiuii ututillu