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THE EVEXDSTG POST, SATlTBAY, DECEMBER 1, 3$S8.
The Evening Post.
Uoiiitlitnn Co. -Special Notice
This prominent and repnwentntlvo business
Mtabllliment nt 1218 ami Viia V t ttcet north'
svi-M, Is offrrlni extra Inducements forthenext
thirty days In parlor und bed-room furniture,
tables, cabinets, etc. Alto In carpets ruga.
uonks, etc. A imitnl display of drapery, Inco
oiirtulns mill every class or Roods In tlKMr line,
to ull of hlcli they call especial nttontlon.
Tlrlr capacious balcony iirounil their llrst floor
routsliu an decant lino of roeltlrig chairs,
lastls, ferren, bamboo wotk, etc, nil of
McU would make suitable presents for tho
holidays, and for vh oh apeelnl prices will bo
made and accepted In trust until csllod for.
o to It, A. Ooldcn's
l'lsta Stall, nt Centro Market, for t'anvns-back
(ind Bed-hind Ducks. All kinds of flnmo, rrnsli
J'Mi, Kennebec "almou, Kits Sliders, Terrapins,
l.obstors, llysters, Ac. Telephone 817-11,
J'or Murrajr'a Celebrated nuttcrlne go to
tliu Original stand", 11 It), ttflO, 831 Centre Mar
ket, centre atnlo. Hollo, 'JOo per pound; prints,
S!2o per penndj cooking, 17o rar iwund.
line Wines mill I,ltiors,
Chr. Xnndcr's, OOP Sovcnth street northwest.
Themoit rompletu Mquor House and stock in
the city, rino Old Winsklos of 1H0S-'7i. etc, n
Ipoclaltynndulwuynt n hand. DIrnct Importa
tions of Fenerhoerd Bros., and JI. Mlsa's tlno
Mitrrles and Ports. Aynla .t Co., Chateau d'Ay
Chatnp.isues, Crate A Flls Froros Clarets.
All iiimlllv of pictures and frames sold nt
Vrtrbotr.t)10 and 111 7th street and 1221
.Tolin Kuddin'n Installment bousos, which are
rentrally located at U.10 and 032 Seventh street
northwest, Is tho plneoto bnvjonr tioiisckcop
Ins outfit. He has the loreet stock of stoves,
cariiots. furniture, etc , tent he lus ever kept,
iiMl Is dolus an Immense business by selling
them nlcnh prices on the Installment plan on
cny weekly or monthly payments.
l'or Murray's. Celebrated Bntterlne (to to
tho Ortaliial stands, n III. 050,351 Centro Mar
ket, centionNle. ltoll, 2flc per pound; prints,
Tie per ixHitid; cookinc, 17 e per pound.
Ask for It, Schlltz's Milwaukee Laser Beer.
For sale by all leading houses.
Dry and Sweet Catawba, SI per uallon.
Joseph 1). Donnelly, llthnnd I street n w.
etching exhibit nt Veerhoft's art stores,
411 7th street and 1221 l'cnnsjlvaula avenue.
l'or Wn.liliiston Dressed Ueof
po to John It. KcIIt. stalls II2K. 112!) aud (130
Centre: Market uml 2()(( mid 203 Northern Lib
erty. Coined beef a specialty.
l'or Murray' Celebrated Buttcrlno go t
tlm Orlslnnl stands, ill1), nan. :1b 1 Centre Mar
ket, eentro alle. lloll, 20o per pound; prints,
l!o per pound; cookhiR, 17o ikt pound.
l.uillrt' Uoyal Kid Button. Common flonso
and Opera Toe. with I'uteut-I.eitber Tips, $3.50.
OinTnu.L's, IKXI Seventh street.
The exhll, llloii of ctchlnss nt Veerhoff's
storm, -111 7th street and 1221 Pennsylvania
ucnuc, continues this week.
"Aldnrney Dairy Wagon."
Fresh Alderney buttor. chtirneil every morn
Inc and dollrered Ill's lb "Ward" prints, -loo.
ler lb. Also cottase cheese, buttermilk and
sweet milk, fio. per qt. Cream, lflo.ner qt.
CUXDITIOX OF THE XAVY.
Annual Itcport of Secretary Whitney
Milmillteil to tlie I'resldent.
The nnnual report of tho Secretary of
tho Navy has been presented to tho Pres
ident. Secretary Whitney reviews briefly
tho conditions of tho navy as It will exist
on tho fotnth day of March, 1SS9, and
compares tho satno with its condition in
1SS5. Furnishing a list of armed vessels
herctofoio authorized by Congress, Jlr.
"So far a armed ships nro concerned, tho
subject Is yet to be treated In a broad way by
tho Department and by Conzre68. At the
present time the conditions are such that
everything necessary to a lighting ship can'bo
produced and furnished to the Department In
this country as soon as In tho course oT con
otrtictloii any clement or feature Is rcnulred.
Hut this has never heretofore, until the prcj"
cm. time, ueen true, nun, mercioro, mo con
sideration of tbo sucject has been necessarily
poctDoucfl uy tuo Department until the pres
Secretary AVhltney says further Hint
the United States ranks second among
tho nations in tho potscsxion of mi
armored er.ulsors, or "commcico do
Mroycib," which result has been broupht
about becati'-c of the .Department de
voting itbelf almost exclusively sinco
March, 18S5, to tho construction of this
chtfts of vessels.
Tho btifines's methods of tho Navy
Department nro discussed at some length
mill a history plven of tho efforts bclnj:
made tor simplify, systematize and im
Upou this subject the report states that
"during tho years of 1884 and ISSo over
fifty per cent, of tho value of tho supplies
of the department wero obtained bv your
rmrchnic within completion. During tho
last year tho proportion of such purchases
wuk less than cloven per cent, and in the
Rotin-c of tho nuxt fiscal year it is believed
thnl tho open purchases can be reduced
lo iiDout. live per cent,
J ho Seeietan
;iry clones his report by
giving tho nmln points of the reports sub"
mitted by tho Admiral of the navy, tho
chiefs of the vailous naval bureaus and
the board of visitors to the naval academy,
abstracts from which have been pub
Mrs. (iladliij-'ii radiometric, Heading.
Mrs. JI, A. Gladlng, ho calls hcisclf tho
"fcplrlt Advocate," wilt speak, la a tianco
condition, at (i. A II, Hall, for thu Spiritual
Ms of tills city, during tho months of Decem
ber nnilJtinuary. Shu tal.es subjects frnm tlie
vidliiuce nnd kIvck psychometric readings uud
Urtutloii of spirit. Mrs, GUdlng claims
thaul.. us ivscueil from ileatli bj spirit ni(.
vice' atitr Imvliii; assented to an operation
whit lv was aluiott certain to bo fatal; that
jliatcVeif,f liitelllKeiico there may ho in her
jccturi'Vlioidua to herself, ns she has never
uad uujflulfjltig ediicatlou for public work.
"A. HIkIi old Tlinu"
John Farrill, a crippled old soldier, went
about town ar1 got drunk with Carrlo Heck
foot or Jciiiil6.1lradford and Ossar I'uiujihroy
last night. He became very full, und when
they sot him toMi's home, at 033 N street, ho
wit down on tbeVtps u, walt for some one to
belli him Into the house. Ill, two friends sat
bcldu liliu until u yolored man eaiun out and
helped him lo his ronn 'I here he dlicovcred
that his gold natch wai gone, uml he had bis
ti friends uuetecl fcr bteulliiK It. They
wtrmiuettlunnl bj thu icteitlvts this morn
ing, bin us thero as uo uMdeuco against them
they were let gu.
I'lnud Tor Street ilitriictlin.
Colonel llnlui, In fhaigeV of tho l'otoruac
flats linproveiiii'iits, had HeVry Clay Jones,
tho fertilizer manufacturer, beWo tho Police
(.utirt tills tnornlns for obstiuciitig D street t
lliu rivr wth his factory uud iib of street-
wicpiiii;i.. rbu ob'tmritoiiH iiAerferdil with
fin nrk of Improvements mi tbeUiU und tho
work hud U bo ktupped. Jlr Joi' diifensu
was that the etUHjl on Jed boforeho river
lunl; was luiehcd mid that his ctUkJIclniicut
didn't occuiiy uuy iortiou of ili6j publlu
sticet. The linveniineut's theory nnsthat tho
siicot ran I'leu to thu water, and Mr.' Jones
wua lined $2.1.
Thiol e Griiwlni; Hold.
The thlivis are beoomlng holder. They
have "taken to tho road." Patrick Bonier,
mi obi koidie-r, wus "stood up" on tho Seventh
i-trcei road on bin way tn the Holdlers' Ilcmo,
end his gold watch und chain taken. 1ui
itilji.1 of tlm kchooner Gertrude Trundy was
entered lust iilnlit uud Captain H. .liuinoluctt
K-purlk W mining, Jtlclurd Itedlimton's
tipe overcoat was tolen lat night, fceventy
Ui lcot of lopo was stolen from Coombs it
4Vo. hist night.
Hint While Coupling Curs,
lirnkeuian WillUm l'attet'surm win badly
cruihed while coupling cars on tho D. & I.
tracl;. near New Jersey avenue, this mnru
iusr. Ho win attended by Dr. Wulsli, and llit-n
removed to his homo, at 1100 I'ourlh ivk
koi; beast. .
l'liluco nnd Now JJiirIhihI Oreuns,
New tstj.es, !i patinviits
F, 0. Smuii, 1S33 I'eiitiSjlvauia avenue.
AX IXTKUESTIXn HKOITAIi.
Ooucrnl Duiino Tells About the Secret
.Signals t nl In tho Tunnel.
When the Military Court of Inquiry at
tho AVnr Department resumed tho taking
of testimony to-day, tho llrst witness ex
amined was ex Chief of Engineers llrlg-adlcr-Goiicral
Dunne. Ho explained tho
reason why a elinngo was mado fiom tlry
stone packing lo rttbblo masonry In tho
Now York tunnel. This was done, ho
said, becauso It wathnught necessary to
havo a band of connection between the
crown of tho arch and tho Toof of tho
General Wuano gavo an Intctcstlnc re
cital of tho construction of tho New
York tunnel, of tho villainous work
thero, tho secret code of signals used in
announcing the approach of inspectors
by tho Hash of electric lights and rap
ping on tho Iron conductors. Alluding
to tlio method of testing tunnel work by
a system of expcit Bounding, men who
go through tho tunnel and sound tho
roof nnd walls nnd discover whero de
fective packing exists, ho said that a
citso seldom occurred wheio the sounder
reported bad work, but that It was found
This is tho system now being used
in thu Washington tunnel to discover
how oxtenslvo tho frauds aro. General
Duano said in reply to n question that
Heckwitb, ono tho contractors on tho
Washington tunnel, wns manager for the
lirm of llrown, Howard & Co., ono of tho
Hrms that did work on tho Now York
"What was the character of this work
"It was the worst on tho line," said
Witness said that Brcnnan, a sub
contractor on tho Washington tunnel,
wns also on the New York work, under
At this point Captain Chester, counsel
for Lieutenant Toivnscnd, offered as evi
dence a letter from Goncr.il Dunne,
under datu of September 12, 18S8, to
Major Lydecker, warning him that Bren
nan wa3 comiug to Washington.
Tho Court retired for a few minutes,
when this letter was handed In, and re
turning, gave their opinion that tho let
ter contnlncd extraneous matter and
could not bo received ascvldenco. How
ever, General Duano was peimltted to
state that the letter was written by him
r-uptcmbcr iL This is in accordance
with Major Lvdccker's testimony yester
day. Tho Court then took a recess nnd after
lunch continued the reading of tho
A irnshliiEttm Mun Killed.
Mr. Samuel It. Pnlro of this city was killed
by a Northern Central Kail nay traiu at Lower
Canton, Jld., near Baltimore, on Sunday
night. His remains wcto identified on Thurs
day by his brother, who went to Ilalllmoro
from Washington to examine them. Tho de
ceased was raaklnz his way to thu jtonument
llouso ou tho North Point Itoad when killed.
His remains wero burled yesterday.
IIckIiiiiIiib an Army Colony.
Dr. Charles C. Byrne of tho array has pur
chased, throuzli Jlr. J. B. Wlmer, for$ll,;i40,
two largo lots In 1'resbrcy's subdivision of
Washington Heights, tho lovely suburban
property Ijlng northwest of tho city. Several
other army ofllccrs arc contenlpVitlng pur
chasing and building In this same neighbor
hood. 1'cll "In tlio .Soup."
Henry Harris, cplored, while struggllnc
homeward with a load of South Washington
w hlsky, fell overboard luto tho river at Stephen
son's wharf about. 10 o'clock this mornlne.
Ho was fished out and taken to tho South
IVi'ashiugton l'ollce Station.
Cimiltietor ltobey'M Case,
i TJjiyase of assault against Car'ConitygJor,
Robe for striking a drunken negro with a
brakc-handlo some tltno ago was nolle
prosscrpilcd this mornln?' In (ho l'ollco Court.
Tho ueirro tried to hit tho conductor with a
brick because the latter put him off the car.
Thomas Galway and Josephine Harbour;
Crockett Itobluson and Maria Branch, Auro
lla Co., Va.; James Ellsworth, Charles Co.,
Jld., uud Julia A. Snow, city.
A Now Itnlllir Appointed.
nico W. Hooo wns to-day appointed bailiff
In the I'ollco Court, vleo V. C. Itevclls. Jlr.
Ilooe Is an old icsldcnt of Washington.
John Potter, a drunken boatman, had to be
cared for during lust night at tho police sta
tion, which wus the oulyciiso rnndo In this
Tho canalboat Loudouu has arrived with
2,500 bushels of wheat for 0. T. Dnulop.
The revivals that aro now In progress at tho
Cougrcss-strect JI. 1'. Church, uuder tho di
rection of Hev. h. Q. Jlotrow, ate meeting
with good results.
'I ho cellar door of the grocery store- of II.
Jtnurlco Cropley, corner of Thlrty-drst and JI
sticets. was forced open by tho police during
tho night. Investigation was mado and noth
ing found mlsklug.
Ti'mpcratuio and condition of wntcr nt 7 a.
m. Great Fulls, temperature, 42; condition,
31; receiving icscrvolr, temperature, 41; condi
tion at north connection, SO; condition at
south connection, 'M distributing reservoir,
temperature, 40; condition nt Influent gutu
houso WJj coudltlon at diluent gatu-house, UO.
The .Sunday Openlni; Movement.
Jlr. Henry Irving, m a recent bpeech, said
he believed Charles Klngsley would havo bceu
In favor of the opening ol museums and pic
ture galleries ou Sundays. As u matter of
fact, Charles Klngslr put himself on record
simarely enough ou this question when, In
eomiuou with yoo other English clergymen, ho
signed a petition to the House of Commons
which declared "tho opening of museums,
libraries and art galleries on tlie afternoon of
Sunday, would greatly promote tho moral and
Intellectual Improvemont of largo classes of
her majesty's subjects, ami Is thoroughly In
accordauco with tho object and meaning of
tho Christian Sunday."
Kill tho liioutir.
A "tootoraeter" has been Invented which
will make a nolso that can bo hc3rd ten miles.
This powder nerir varies. A man el of purity
strengili und wlmlrkoincnuis Moio icououdcu
than ina prUliMrykliujk und cuiiudt bu sold In
competition witli tH, nuillltudo of lowtefct.
short wei.'IH u.ui.i or phueplmto iiowdeis. Mtd
UOVAl IUUI..W l'OWDUU CO.,
lOo Wan street, Now Vork,
a! ?S."w't'irSk. Sfc
it c. ranvAt 'kiho ti B
Y 1 r(UlAl.QrtlJS
KXTKND1X0 ITS SCOI'K.
Itecommendatlon Made by the Interstate
Tho nnnual report of tho Intcrstata
Commerco Commission has been mado
public A summary of tho formal com
plaints for tho year is as follows: Cnses
heard and decided, CO; Cases heard, not
yet decided, 0; cnses, hearing not com
pleted, 0; cases withdrawn or settled, 23;
cases suspended by request, 10; coses as
signed for hearing, 0; total, 107.
Fow complaints of tho violation of tho
long and short haul clauso wero mado
from north of tho Ohio and cast of tho
Jllssouri rivers, tho only exception be
ing tho Chicago, Milwnukuo and St.
Paul's effort to chargo greater rates for a
shorter haul than n longer ono betweeu
termini, on tho ground that this action
was forced by tho competition of! other
lines. This was overruled by tho Com
mission. Willi refcrenco to tho ralo wars,
which hnvo taken placo in tho North
west, and among tho trunk lines during
tho year, tho report says; "Tho effect of
tho decisions of tho Commission has been
toward an improvement in tho relations
between tho carriers, instead of toward
tho originating or Intensifying of con
troversies." After somo routine detail tho report
'It Is tho opinion of tho Commission
that tho interest of tho public would bo
subserved by further nmending tho third
section by adding thereto a provision for
establishing joint tariffs ami through
routes and extending tho scopo of tho law
to navigation transportation."
Iteports About Follceinen Denied,
A report 1ms been circulated to the effect
that Policeman Ward was found by Night In
spector l'carson oft his beat and Intoxicated,
and that when tho night Inspector spoke to
him about It Ward threatened to shoot lilm.
This morning Inspector l'carson denied this
Ho said that e&rly last Thursday morning ho
met 1'oUccman Ward on Policeman lar
quhar's beat, which adjoins Ward'. Tho
two policemen were talking together, and,
wheu tho night Inspector asked Ward why he
was from his beat, he said that ho heard a dis
tress call blown aud bad loft hU beat to an
swer It. Ward Is suspended, pending an In
vestigation. But tbo night Inspector denies
positively that Ward threatened to shoot him.
It was also said that Policeman Ward and
some brother policemen spent the early part
of the night In a houso of Ill-fame, where they
were disorderly, blent enant Ileffncr, in com
mand of tho precinct In which Ward docs
duty, says that he Is Ignoraut of any such
ONLV TIIKEK nOUKS ANI1 TEN M1N-
UII3 TO riilXADHIA'HIA.
The rennsyHnnlu Itullrond's Jiovr Knst
Sorvlco from the Natloiml Capital.
Tho Pennsylvania Itullroad Company has
always recognized tho expediency of fast
trains botween Washington and Philadelphia,
aud the tcrvlco as It now exists has been con
spicuously fine, tho time fast, and the trains
equipped 'In a most liberal manner, both with
tho standard coaches of tho company's
own construction and Pullman parlor
and sleeping cars of tho latest design. No
other lluo in tho world has afforded such ac
commodations for a similar service. Tho
volume of traffic, however, between tho Na
tional Capital and tho cities of tho Atlantic
coast continues to Increase, nud tho spirit of
American ltfo demands that a minimum of
tlmo must be consumed In reaching a given
point. In Tlow of these considerations the
company, acting upon tho well-established
prlnclplo that its patrons shall enjoy tho best
itvallablo scrvlco and accommodations, has
niranged to so far lmpioye Its facilities,
uy mo u unman oi last trains, as
to ccllpso all previous standards
of excellence, and distinguish tbo
Wosh.lngtou and Philadelphia lino with nn un
oxamplcd equipment. In order to accomplish
this two new fast trains In each, direction will
bjc-nddad to tho existing schedule. A fast
mornTng"cxprcss will leavo Washington, Balti
more and Potomac Station, ut 8.00 a. m. week
days, Baltimore, Union Station, 8.53, nud ar
rhc at Philadelphia, Broad Street Station,
11.10 a. in. A fast cveulug tralu will leavo
Washington dally at 8.10 p. m., Balti
more, 0.03 p. a., and arrlvo at Philadelphia
11.20 p. m. Two fast south-bound trains
will also leavo Philadelphia for Washington
at 8.31 a. m. dallv. aud !) 53 n. in. week (lavs.
arriving nt Washington 11.40 a, m. and 7.08
p. m., reducing In each caeo tho tlmo between
Washington and Philadelphia to three hours
and ten minutes. These trains will bo
equipped with Pennsylvania Railroad parlor
cars and day coaches. Tho new trains will
connncuco running Decembor 8.
This radical reduction In time Is a measure
which tbo public will welcome with eager
ness. Its Inauguration Is made possible at this
time by tho perfection to which railway con
struction and management has attained. With
an oxcellent road-bed, protected by the block
system and Interlocking snitches throughout,
with an equipment of locomotives and cars
unsurpassed on any line, absolute safety goes
hand In hand with nigh speed.
With theso now attractions added to nn al
ready popular line, there Is no room for doubt
that tlio traveling public will continno to show
their appreciation of thu efforts of this enter
prising company lu an over-Increasing
A few desirable Squaro Pianos at big bar
gains to make room for new stock. Sold
on $5 payments. F. G, Smith,
1225 Pennsylvania avenue.
(Successor to Perry & llro.)
IIAR NOW OPEN A VEKY LAItOI! ANDVA-
ltlEDA&SOltTMENT OK NOV11LTIES bUIT-
NEW t-AUIS AND VIENNA FANCY GOODS.
NOVELTIES IN SILK PLUSH AND VIENNA
LEATIIEU TOILET CASES, JIANICUHE
NETS AND WOHK BOXE.
ALLIUA'IOlt SKIN, ItU.SSIAN AND VIENNA
LEATIIElt AND CHAMOIS SKIN TiAUb,
CAltb CASES. i'UHSKS AND POCKKTnoOKt
NOVELTIES IN IMl'OllTED BASKETS Or' ALL
NEW PLUSH AND OLIVE WOOD ODOIt CASES,
GENUINE 1711 AND MAHIB KAItlNA CO-
1.IIUNE ATU50, fioo AND JI l'Elt BOTTLE.
NOVELTIES IN IMPOHTKe) OAKD ItEOElV-
BUS. TIIEHMOMETEltS AND ASH ICE-
NOVELTIES IN SATIN-LINED WOUK BAS
KETS. NOVELTIES IN UUNOAltUNOLASS.
NEW SUA VINO I1ASES AND iMOKINOFETS.
NEW CHINA SILK IIANDKKKCIll Kr rf A r Mlia,
NEW JAPANESE SILK HANDKEItCIHErs
AND MUKFLERS. ALL I'BIOES.
NOVELTIES IN KNOLISIIBILK MUH'LEns.
NEW INITIAL HANDKEltClIIKFS I'OU JIEN.
WOMEN AND ClIIUlllKN, AT LOwcSl?
"LATEST NOVELTIES" IN PLAIN WHITE,
COLORED IIOIIDE Kl. EMUROIDEIil'.l)
AND MOUItNINll ALL-LINEN IIANDKElt
CHIEKS, IUNUINU i'ltoM l'-JHo TO SI
IMMENSE STOCK OK NEW BILK UMllltRL
LS. WITH OOLD.bll.VEH, IVOItY, hlJONY,
HUCKIIOKN AND NATURAL WOOD HAN
DLES. IIANK1NII FROM 8-.0)TO 8115 E l II.
NEiV ClIUiSl'tlAS CHINTZES AND OALI
'.1V.C1AI, IIAROAINS" IN I't'HK WOOL
It. ANKI'.TS. ALLMZICS.
JiTPLAIN KlUUUBSA i OilltltKOr Plllell.'S
IVrry Bulldlnn. l'uuujrluiiln uionuo. corner of
Ninth street, LsuUlshcu IMlu.
Tin: riNinr si KAT.rLAVouiNo soctc
USE IT FOR SOUPS.
Iltef Tun, Siiiicusniiil Mude Ulslies.
EXTRACT of MEAT.
N. .-nn.NUIN ONLY WITH l'U-'-SIMILK
Ol BUtON LllilHO'S SIUNA'IL'llI! IN IILUIl
hi Id bv htoiukoopers, (Iroeers and Druggists.
LIKUIO'fa KXTHACT 01" MEAT CO.. Ltd, Lon
don. PEERLESS DYE8 &S.f&SSB5
ADDALUIl O .'1Di 1
On Jlonday, December I Mrs. Potter, c
companlcd by Mr. KyrlolWcw, will begin A
week's special engagement uAlbaugh's und.'it
direction of Abbey, SchoelToit Oratt, nnd will'
present tho following rcprtory : Monday,
'"Twlxt Axo and Clown' Tuesday, ''Slo
Stoops to Conquer;" Wuiiosday, "ltnmeo
aud Jullol;" Thursday, "lllo. do Dressier;"
rriiuy, "j-ndy of Lyons;" laturuay inaunec,
"Sho Stoops to Conquer;'' Saturday night,
'"Twlxt Axo and Crown.' It Is scarcely
necessary to inako coinnionltipon the coming
of .Mrs. Potter In Ibis lutclstlng nnd dlvcrso
piogr.itnmc. She has boi'lsoeu In washing
ion, ami Is known, aud tfcre Is a peculiar
Interest In her nnd her worl'whlcb Is a greater
advertisement than a twf column ndvanco
NATIOKAL "A rAlUlt M ITClt."
At tho National Theatre hoso funny come
dians, Evans and Hocy, wl begin nu enjagc
mctit Monday evening -lu.he cleverest and
Jolllcst of nil lloyt's furco cmcdlcs, "A Parlor
Match," Thoso who hayo ocn tho pleco will
readily recall with ploasio Its funny situa
tions and amusing lucldem, but this year, it
is said, they will find it cju moreonjoyablo
thau ever, as many nddlnns and many
changes havo bcon madovhlcli greatly lin
provo the outortatumcut. Among now fea
tures added, besldo a niiintr of musical nov
elties, will bo tho now ciobratcd "Sanpho"
serenade by three young all handtomo ladles,
tho laughter-provoklug lystcry of Kvans'
electric cars ami nose. ann funny home run
by llooy. "A Parlor .Mata" Is simply a hugo
laush, und It Is great cnuzh to divide in a
crowded houso with satlsfctlon to every ono.
Tboro Is no scratching thlr'Match."
KF.Il.VVN'S MUIDOOS'S StClAI.Tlf COMI'ANT.
At Kcrnan's next week Ho of tho most in
teresting shows over seer thero will bo pre
sented lu Muldoon's Atretic and Big Spe
cialty Company. Wlltlat: Muhlocn, himself
tho greatest wrestler, Is alliu head, and next
to him Is Sebastian MIcr of Munich, tho
Modern Samson who Inks stones with his
hands, tho strongest mat lu tbo world, nnd
who also wrestles with illdoon. Then thero
Is tho Horso Shoe Pour, la now burlotta; tho
Cosmopolitan Quliitcttcjtho Brothers Fottto
Boul, in tho latest olettlc novelty; Miss
Emilia Sells, the wondcrf) female contortion
ist; Eldora, tho demon jitgler; Muldoon and
his tour wicstlers, the Ja, Professor Leonard,
Sebastian Miller, Profssor Koufe. The
prizes offered to amatcrs In wrestling aro
generous nud somo of oui athletes cau go in
and havo fuu and mako toncy, perhaps.
II Villus' ntJOU "WAIH Of JiEW loan."
"Tho Wolfs of Now Yflk," a strong sonsa
tlounl melo-drama will o presented at the
BIJou on next .Monday njht by thu popular
young actor, N, S. Wod. Mr. Wood has
heretofore scored an imicnsii success In his
"Boy Detective" nnd otbr plays. "Tho Waifs
of New York" Involve! a scene entirely now
to tho modern class of ihmas, that of an cs
capo from a railroad tsln while crossing a
bridge. Tho hero savclyounK heroluo's lllo
uy clinging to a tlo ovenno urlugc. ounns
tho week bcautltul souvnlrs wilt bo given to
every lady und child In tteudance.
OLOHE WOM.n'SlTAU hOVELTY.
Tho World's Star Novlty Company will bo
the attraction at thu Not Ulobo Theatre next
week. Among tho stanaro Alex. Davis, tho
Wizard of tho West; but Arnott, 6crlo-comtc
vocalist; tho second wck of Iho Orlovcs;
Sato, Egyptian Equilibria Billy Huddy, black
fnco comedian; grand Imalo first part nnd
Aruo's female statuary. Thero will also bo n
sparring exhibit betwen Patty Lauctry nud
Bob Coffery In conucctlu with tho company.
Matinees nud ovenlnss.
Mr. Frederick Wnrdoat tho National 'last
night, in "William Tell,' mado the hit of the
week. Thero was a Irgo and enthusiastic
audience. To-night, "Ilchard HI."
Wilbur Opera Compny to-night at tho
BIJou In "Three Black tlo.iks."
rostmustnr lliss ItestRned.
Postmaster Boss sayi ho Is resigned to 11 vo
months moro In his precnt quarters, now that
tho contracts for tho Imuguratlou Ball In tho
Pension Ofllce aro slgud, aud ho will have to
stifttgglo nlonc as hist bo cau until after
March, and perhaps Imgcr. Tho removal of
tho Postofllco before tio ball Is oujof the
Tile follimlnBT olutemciit cuiiin sollin
tnrily to tho proprietor of tlio Brent
Iircitnrutloii ornlileli It KpvuhN. They
huo iioM'rlliul thu pleusiiro of iiloctliic;
lllo omliiont Hi'lentlit who nroto It, hut
iiii'ce'lnto tho lioiest cumlor wlilcli
To whom it mnv concern
This maycertlfy thatas tho result of oxtended
researches I am ablo tc stato that, In tho Duffy
Malt Whiskey alone, there Is to bo had suoh a
puro article us I havo described In my paper on
"ASclcntlflo Speclflo far Intemperance," In tho
North American Itovllw for July, 1888. It Is,
of course, a well-known faot that wo may pro
cure, us a laboratory product, n whiskey thut
shall bo freo of fuMl oil; but It Is with prldo that
I stnto that alone ol sommorclal whiskies tho
Duffy Malt declines to Injure tho brain and tho
system. WILLA1U) II. 3IOUSB, M.D.,
Westfleld, N. J.
W. M. SHDSM & SONS.
New Dress Goods and Cloths,
Wo havo Just opened a full lino of Colorod
Casslmor at 31, 50 Inones wldo, lluo French
goods, worth 51.5(1.
Tieditotlou In prices of l'unoy Dress l'nttcrns,
reduced from fciW tu SU5.
Uloiunt Broadcloths reduced from $1.50 to
SI .23, all new shades.
Special bdituln In Black Silk nt SI and 31.25.
lino Dencialluoi at 81.50, worth S2.50.
AU-hllk Velvets at 8.1.50, worth S 1.50,
2 Much AU-Sllli VelietatS7i 28 Inch All-Silk
Velvet ut $0. 'rho-o two numbers nro extra
flno: In fact, tho flncstlmnorti'd.
Wo hao some lienl India Shawls that wo aro
willing to muku losses on, and offer elegant
Boods ut great reductions, Ono magnificent
Vulloy Cashmere ledui ed from S 100 to jBU0.
Funny Wurk lor presents.
New Printed Satins, alt colors. 81.25,
India Silks, 28 Inches wide, all shades, 75c.
Fill lino Colored nurahs, 75c,
Blecant Urocadc Snks.
HUli Colored 1'luslm-", lino quality, $1.25.
(Jutlted S-ttlns In superlnrciuulltlos.
t'nloud t-atlns, lino quality, i educed from 81
Printed Canton Crupcs,
llroudelothsicducud from S1.50to$1.23.
60 Inch All wi ol LVtl-ncr ut 81.
All-wool Henrlitlos. now shades. tB0o.
llnrni'sley Doublo-Dumass. at $1.50. Cunnot
be duplicated at $2.
Full lluo French "rlntcd Flannels.
Biocado Vrlscts loss than bait price.
Ureal bargains hi lbaek bilks, bought to great
V. M. 811USTEU & SONS,
010 1'cllilsyliuulu Asciiiic.
Some Do, Some Don't
LlkotSio Ffrat FTiollng of tho
As.liliiiorDiudically I mm that of bilitie. Bat
nobody oun use It continuously for two weeks
without llndlnir Itdnllghtfiil lncioiol Lii'tro
hinoollinu-s, Cli'iint'lims nnd Comfort aro Us
llOItSI'lV tl'I" jii mien, N. Y.
AT ALL DllUtilllbTS.
i lui.i.iAM li:i:
(6UCC0SSOI- to Henry Loo's Sons),
-TJ IfT X3ia RTAKHE-
0J2 l'BNN A ESUK N. W.,
Branch ofllce, IKS Unrybitid me. a, w.
1)10 l'cuu, uve. n. w., betYiouu lid und IVi sts.
"Thanksijlvlnc," tho day overy good nnd trtto
American clll?en coUbratos, Is n yearly occur
rqico. Our offerlinc of Thanks h u dally one.
Wp deem It our duty to be thankful to nur fel-Inv-mun
ns well asm anall-wlsi l'rovldonec.
W nro thankful to thoso who nvdlt us In pro
cu'lnK Roods that nre In (treat item thu, and
wilohno other hoiisoonn not; we nro thankful
tnjur ciistomrrs for their ready rosponso to e.nr
I'lif: wo are more than thankful fur this year's
sudess, nnd wu shall continue to bo successful
by Irpinro and honest dealing.
Vt havo mountains of Roods which tho past
thlrtyduy of unseasonable weather allowed to
aceirjuilatc. Wo now put tbo knlfo Into them
nnd lover tho profit, so you can buy them at
thoBrtno llnurrs wo paid for thrra. That Is our
stylo, Ind you know It.
Lndles'Black Astraehan Jackets, Sl-20.
Ladlos'Fancy Casslmero Jackets, with hoods,
Ladles' All-wool Fanoy Plaid Jaokets. S2.40.
Ladles' Ml-wool Fnnoy Hlrlpo Jaokots. 32.tif),
Ladles' Berlin Twill Vlsltos, bad trlmmlnff,
Ladles' Hack Astraehan Nowmarkcts, 31.21.
Ladles' .tusslan Circulars, deep fur tvlmmlnc,
Lndl'i s' Vraps of overy description up to 810.
Children's lUncy Newmarkets, with copes
Jlle-' Ftnov Nowmarkots, with capes, $2.df).
I'blldrotri All-wool Nobby Nowinarkots, S2.0D.
Misses' All-wool Nobby Nowmnrkots. $3. 10.
CMldren'i Wraps of overy description up to
Hliinlrcts anil Comforts.
Bed Comforts, -10c, 7l)c, 80c, 09c; wo havo them
up to S3 nu. . .
Bed lllunkoti, white, 00c, 70c, 00c, 51.10; wo
Horso Blankets nnd Lap Itobos, 80o up to SB.
Itemnantsof Flirurod Henrlettn, OWo.
llcmnants of K-wldo Cretonne, 8H'i- . ,
ltemnants of iiuld Seal Navy Percale, 8)6e.
ltcmnants of Dros Olnnhams, 7c. ,
ltemnnnts of Wool Flgurod Dress Ooods, 8Hlo.
ltcmnants of Wool Tycoon ltop, for Wrappers,
nemnniitsof-lOlnch Unbleaohcd Canton Flan
ltemnants of 30-lneh Wool Cashmere. 16q.
ltcmnants of Doub'.c-faco hklrtlne Flannel, loo.
ltcmnant" of ft" 1-lnch Tricot, all hidis, n3o.
ltcmnants of fi 1-Inch Ladles' Cloth, 4'Jo,
ltemnants of Ynrd-wldo Cotton, 4?c,
ltemnants of Ynrd-wldo Cotton. OWo.
Hcmnniits 'ti A Sheetlny, heavy, ltlo.
ltemnants of 10-1 Hhectlng, huavy, 2lo.
U00 UOIneh Gold Tip Olorla Umhr-llas, S1.09.
fiOO Ladles' Black llus-dan Hare Muffs, 30o.
20 dozen Hoys' Polo Caps, nil sires. So nnd 10c.
Men's Soft and Stilt Hats, H3o and upwards.
Boys' Soft and SUIT Hats, '.Mo nnd upwards.
Men's White Underwear, 23c, 37o, -13c, 40o
50c, flOc. flic and OOo.
Men's Bed Underwear, -lflc, 80c, 00c, 70o, 80o,
I-adlos' Underwear, 2Sc, 33c, I3o nnd 63o
MIssos' Underwear, loo upwards.
Our Shoo Department.
Children's Doncola Sprlnp. (I to 8, -13c.
children's Spring Heel. 8& to 11, solid, OOo.
Ladles' Pobblo Oo.it Button Shoes, 80c.
Ladles' l'obblo Uout Button Shoes, warranted
Ladles' Dongola Kid Button Shoes, flOc,
I.udlcs' Dongola Kid Button Shoes, SI. 10.
Men's, Boys, und Ladles' Kmbroldcrcd Sllpoers,
Wo havo tholnrRst assortment of Embroid
ered Slippers to ho found nnywhcroln thu city.
If you buy a pilr of Men's fihoos this wcok wo
will sell you Mon'4 Itiibhors for25.
If you buy Ladles' Shoos, you Kt Ladles' Bub
hers for 1 5c.
If you buy Misses' or Children's Hhoos, you get
Misses' or Children's ltabbcrs for V-lUc
1241 & 1243 I 1th St. S. E.
Our store will bo open every night until 0
p'clook durlne the month Qt December.
Wo havo a treat In store for tho chil
dren In tho shape of a now window dis
play, representing a "Doll Baby Thontro
Party," Tho performance In progress Is
that of a minstrel troupe, and from tho
cxprosslnn on tbo fneo of tho audience
seated lu tho orchestra and p'lvuto
boxes wo would Infer that they aro en
joying It hugely. Let tho children see It.
FOB MISSES AND CHILDBEN.
Wo nro "Headquarters" for Coats,
Cloaks, Jackets, Ncwmurkcts aud Suits
for Chlldicn und Misses. Wo havo a
larger stock, a moro varlod assortment
of Styles and Colorings, and moro at
tractive and becoming Line of Garments
than wo have over before shown, or have
yot been brought to this city.
Wo shall offer to-morrow especially
good bargains In Boys' Kilts. Suits and
Inroads havo been mado Into this stock
by the Increased demands of onr cus
tomers since tho chungo lu tho wonther.
Woaio lining up gaps with new pur
chases; and Instead of, a broken assoi t
ment, usual at this season of the year,
wo aie showing a Superb Stook, com
plete In cvory sense and embracing every
Popular Stylo aud Shade, as well as
Stylish Nownmrkots, Cloaks and Long
Garments, lu great variety. These havo
a tremendous hold ou public favor, and
arounqiioitlonuhly the inost stylish and
bccimlus of nil tho winter garments,
Attracllvo stylos and shapes In Seal
riusli Langtrys, Modjcskas, Jackets,
Sacquci nnd Short Wrnpi, $20 to (00
each. Plenty of prices between,
LADIES' WHAI'I'BItS AND TEA GOWNS.
Wohuvoavcry select lino o( Ladles'
Wrappers In stylos entirely new, exclu
sive and attractive.
Spcolil linn of Flannel Wrappers, lu
handsome stripe', checks und fancy com
binations, In rich shmtes, $5 tu 315,
Elegant Canhmoro Wrappers, In novel
combli ntlons of colutlngs and plain
shados, from 310 to $23.
Ho unt fall to Inspect our now Importa
tion lirseyH. Wo burobesndlsiiprlntrd
at uot receiving them faillur, but thoso
who biro not yet made thor punlinso
will not bo S'irry Iiir It, as the equal of
tl.ls lino hus not boon shown, uinkr our
roof bofuro. Fiom tho philu at SI to
the llutidsoaioly lirnidud, floadul nnd
Smooked Novelties up toS7thoicli va
tlo y enough lo please any uud ull comers.
BLOUSES AND JACKETS.
Wo shall iilsodlspluyto-mqrrow morn
ing u fow exclusive "Novelties" In Lv
dlos' lluiibu Jackets and Blouses of Flan
nel, Cashmere, uud Silk Fabrics, lu plain,
pliiltod,moukcd,nnd combluutlon styles,
exclusive In design, oomfortnolu, lux
urious, nnd bouonllng, J2.7A to 812.50
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Corner I Itii and 1' Mreeli N, Y.
iU X CJL X
1218 and 1220 F
Guarantee any and a
Which will convince you we are selling Goods
at the Lowest Prices ever offered
1218 and 1220 F STREET N. W.
Telephone. 158-3. Conitniiiilciittoiis hy inn II promptly nusnorctU
THE SALE I!
The lews Has Hot
And the People are
DOLLARS AND QUESTIONS
Why, this is something unusual in
the clothing business? Entirely so. No
dpdge about it. No cheap gift thun
der about it. No old stock splutter
about it. Our purpose isn't to be gained
in that way. This is a genuine out and
out honest sale, caused by an unforseen
accident. Hardship to us or not, the
stock must be sold. AH goods will be
sold at exactly one-half the marked
prices. We intend to sell now and
quick, and lose whatever profit it costs.
Bring back what doesn't please for ex
change or a return of money.
lo MAIvIlJ uMCjiiiii
621 Pennsylvania Avenue?
TJncler :M:et,ro:polita.n Hotel,
pushing in with their
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