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THE EVENING POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15. 18R8.
TnE Evening Post.
Sugar, CofTcos ami Tens
run tue million's I
rrcih Goods for tho Holidays I
The Great Atlantic A raclflo Ten ComnonT,
Importers and ltctnltcrs.
003 7th st, and luatl 11th t. n.v.,niOi Jt St.,
Has concluded, In order to Introduco nnd nt
tho same tlmo push their unexcelled baking
powders and Thoa Ncctnr Teas, to glvo cither u
handsomo plate or n beautiful cup nnd tauccr.
The; will alo plvo an idrgnnt pitcher, it useful
vriiltk broom holder, and many useful nnd or
namental articles to ovcry purchaser who burn
a pound of O'thcr their Infallible bakltiK pow
ders or Then Nectar Teas.
ltwlll pay you not to forget their lino aro
xnntloJiisnaiid Mocha Coffees at 30c.
Pino Cod cos at 20u,22o, 2,"o and 2Ho. .
Consumers can savo from 20 to !1() per cent,
by buylnir their Tens, CoIIees, Sugars and
HuKlne Powders from us.
CdO.cn itround fresh whllo waiting by aid of
our new elect rlo Motor.
Our 8 o'clock lheiikfnst Coffco at 25ovr
pound Is tho bctt, cheapest and most economical
In tlici market.
Drink Then Nectar Ten, l'uro Chinese Tea;
RlU suit nil tastts; tho standard tea of tho
Unltod Mules. Sold at OOo per pound; present
with every pound,
The- bet standard tirnnulated Sugars nt So.pcr
tmnd; the best staitdnri A Sugar at 1,ip iwr
ponndi the best White Ultra C sugar at i0. per
round; tho bct Light (' sugar attlHc, per pound:
tho best Out Sugar nt H)o. per pound; tho host
I'owdcrcd sugar nt 8Jo. per ound; Ix, IMv.
Itandsomo presents In tho way of ('rockery,
Olasswaro, etc., glcn to nil purchasers of our
line Teas an 1 Coffees, WonlBogUochfLks with
cverv 25 cents' worth of Tea, Cofleo uud Daklng
Wo cordially Invito nil lovers of goad Teas,
Coffees and linking Powder to cnll ttnd bring
their friends nid Inspect our excellent stock ot
Jin ff Teas, l'uro CnfTces and liaklng Powder bo
forn buying elsewhere.
Itemumbcr our stores: fiOIl fevcntli stroot
northwest: MJO Fourteenth strict northwest;
3101 M street. Oourgetowns 57, At) and Oocen
ter Market: 02 Western Market: H nnd 0 O-st.
Market; 101 Northern Liberty llurkct.
Newton II. Bowman, Manager.
fWflrand Opening Day, Tuesday. Deo. 18.
Dnn't rnlss It. A handsomo Souvenir, entitled
Tapn's Watoh," glveu to all purchasers of Teas
The Uront Atlimtlc unit l'aclflo Ta Co,,
birOUTI.IW AMI HhTAILKKS
603 7th street and 1020 1 lth street n. w.
Mint M street, (ieorretown.
Will commence on Monday, December 17, and
continue during the week, to giro a handsomo
paucl card, entitled "Papa's Watch." Don't miss
This handsome panel Is such a boautlful sub
Joctthat lths only lube seen to beudmlred,
it I thorniest specimen of llthographlo work
ever produced. It Is worthy of a olaeo In tho
parlor ol liny household In tho country.
These panels nro to bo given away to all pnr
chacrs of fill ets. worth of Tens, Coftecsor ll,ik
lug Powder during tho weelc commencing Mon
day, December 17.
Handsomo presents In the way of Crockery,
OlasawaTo. Ac, gtven to all purchasers of our
tlno Teas nnd Coffeoj. Wn alo glvo checks
vi lth every 2" cents' worth of Tea, Coffeo and
llemcmbcr our .Stores:
50.1 7th st. n. w 10211 1 lth st. u. w .110 1 M
it., Hcoriretown: ."S.fiOnnd (10 Center Mnrkct;
1)2 Western Mai ket; Hand U O st. Market; 101
Northern -Liberty Market.
Ni.wton 11. Dow m in, Manager.
Holiday Goods on tlio Instalment Plan,
John Ituddcn, the popular Instalment mer
chant at two and 0J2 seventh street northwest,
has u full supply of furniture, stoves, clocks,
rues, willow ware, chairs aud many other sub
Ftautlal articles (hit would mako u sensible-nnd
useful Christmas present. Ills entlro nssorment
ca'ibu bought at cash prices on tbo Instalment
plan, on easy weekly or monthly payments, to
tult thu purchaser.
Fine Wines and Iilquors,
Chr. Sander's, OOil Seventh street northwest.
The most complete Liquor House and stock In
the city. Fine Old Whiskies of !MW-'70. eto a
tlcla(ty nnd nlwaysc u baud. Direct Importa
tions of Fenerheerd Bros., and M. Mlsa'sflno
bherrlei and Ports, Ayula A Co., Chateau d'Ay
Champagnes, Cruse Jb 1'IU Frcre Clarets.
Itublier Hoots, Kuhber Shoes, Ittibber
Coats, Gossamer Cloaks, Toys. etc.
Very best quality, and sullablo for substantial
Goodyear Ilubbcr Co., 000 Ninth street, near
lloeliuster for Light.
Chas. A. Muddlraan. Gas Fixtures for new
houses. Rochester and Gthix lamps. J200Fjit,
rish Stalls, nt Centre Market, for C.invass-barfJiUiSSilnp , '
nnd Hed-head Ducks. All kind of Game, Fresh VOtCU. Wlllcll i!
I lli, ucnnebeo .Salmon, l.gg sliders. Terrapins,
Lobsters, 0)'ster;, Ac. Telephone S 17-U.
Ask for It, Schlltn's Mllwaukca Lagfer Beer,
'or sale by all leading houses. i
For Wuslilngton Dressed lleef
goto John It. Kellv. stalls OW, 020 and 030
LVntru Market and 20(1 uud 2US Northern Lib
erty Cotntd beef n specialty.
"Aldorncy latry AVngons."
Fresh Alderney butter, churned every morn
In.' and de IvcredlnH in "Ward" prints, 4ou.
jer lb. Also cottage cheese, buttermilk aud
sweet milk, 5c. per qt. Cream, 15c. per pt.
CITY NEWS iWHAURAl'lIS.
AltnANOlIMKNTS MAD12 l'OIl OUniST
MAS WUKIt i:NTi:itTAlNMi:NT.S.
Tlio Coming; llntcrprlso for tho ltcnolltnf
tho National' Homeopathic Hospital
Who Compose tlio Casts Tlio Commit
tees In Charge of tlio Undertaking,
iccK is as ionows: .Mommy, -ii irovaioro--Kcllogz
nnd Labatt); Tuesday ami Tlnirs.
lay, "Bohemian Girl," (I'cruitlnl); Wcdncs
lay, "Faust" (Kclloss and I-abatl); Friday,
Dr. II. N. Allen lectured on Corca to tho
Y. M. 0. A. last ulght.
Tho Maryland I'.epubllcan Association
met at Mi Gee's Hall last nl'li: and resumed
Its ol sanitation.
Tho will of tho lato Mrs. Markland was
riled yesterday, ns was that of Mrs. Jlarbara
Tho ladles of the Ceutrul Presbyterian
Church gave a reuulou at Kcv. l)r. I'lt:cr'n
house last uiglit
Cougrcbsninn Hatch was thrown from a
runaway cab last nl;bt, but not seriously In
jured. An old soldier, named Kobert Catcrson,
was picked up drunk In the Division ladl
night, and $1,(XJ was found In his pockets.
A meeting; of local colored Journalists was.
held ut thu Ike ofllcu last ulght to arrange, for
tho convention of colored editors In this city
on February 23 next.
Thirty of the alumni of tho University of
I'eiinsjlvaula oipulcd an association at
Wonulcj'B last night. Dr. i'cpptr presided at
the dinner which followed.
Tho decree of tbo court below giving;
Droop a half iulercst inlhuold business uf
Dioop A McUcrott has been conllrnicd by
tho Court In (ieucral Term.
It has been decided that tho mysterious
etouo throwlnp; cm Delaware avenua northeaot
was the work of some mischievous boys.
Henry Conquest Clarke of the Chicago
IuUr-Oieun bureau Inn been appointed n
special agent by tho Stile Depuitnicnt tu pro
jmrr a treatlto mi the Amcrlcai. Ilo-y.
Mr. ,1. Kllcn Foster, the cmlnnnt tcin
perauce speaker, will speak ui tho Congrega
tional Church to-morrow afternoon, at UMO,
on "l'lio llepubllc ami tho Saloon."
-Mr. William K. Curlls of the ChlcaKO
A'rio read an lutcrcatluc paper on "Newspa
pers of South America," ul tho incetlu of ihu
tNonieii'ii I'ress Association In the parlors ut
Wllard'e last night.
-Captain Isaac N. Hassett, tho vcncrablo
doorkeeper of tho Senate, will celebrate lls
gdldcu wedding on thoS'th lust., nt his resi
dence, No. lb Second street uortbeast.
At the uieutlni; of tho I'cniiaylvaula He
imbllcan Assoclition last evening It was re
jinltcU that twciity-iilnu organizations from
tho Keystouoritulo had announced their In
tention to De hero -Maicli 1.
-The Colored Catholic Congress, which
will convene In this city on New Year's Day,
will iHjopeucd with lilgli mass, the celebrant
being Hev. Father 'J'ollon of (Julucy, III., the
first colored man In America to ba oulaiucd to
At the meeting of tho Now York Hepub
lirau Association last evening it was decided
to change the tlmo ot meeting from Friday to
Tuesday cvculugs. Ilcprtsentatlve Wilbur of
New York will address thu association at Its
The National Ilepubllcan League, No. 1,
lust night resolved to keep their btadquartcia
upeu until alter tho lnauguiatlou. iliofol
lowing rccepllou couinilltcu was appointed:
F A. Dysou, chairman; A. II. Hull, J. T.
M'ashlnglou, .1. U. r.uuls, T. A McDonald,
Alexuuiler King, Johu II. rJluimoni, Joslab
(Junuell and Sydney Johnson,
James Williams was kicked by a horso at
Ivy City jesterday. John Smith fell duwn
uud cut his head on a curbstone last night,
Johu Ilruwu fell out of a wagon on tho Aveuuo
last night. Carpenter Hermuu I'anelt fell nIT
a ludder yesterday afternoon and hurt bts
anlile. They were all attended ut tho Kmcr
To riilliulclplilit by Night,
fullmun bleeping Curs are run from hire to
Philadelphia on tho II. A O. night tram Tne-o
cars uro placed In the Hut Ion utIJ.OO p. in,, alter
which hour puBrengcri can utlro uud remuln
Diidliturbed ut Fhlludclplila until 7.00 lu tbo
to bo given during Cliristmns week for tlio
benefit ot tho National Ilomcoprithlcllos
pltttl havo been completed nnd the sev
eral casts lmvo assumed slmpo nnd fin
ish. Tlio committees Include tho nntnes
of Indies who havo also directed the pre
vious successful entertainments of this
association, and their labors In this case
havo met with tho ciitiio results.
Tim cist of "Tliu Uncliautcil I'rincos',"
which is tho most promlnont of tho va
rious porsonntions, embraces ti largo num
ber, the lending role being taken by Miss
Annie Comptou and tho grown Princes!
by Mist Comptou. Tlio royal court is
composed of twenty young ladies and
gentlemen as follows: Misses Uoiictllct,
1'iiUun, Lyman, "White, Ginosl, Preston,
Suead, Poachy nnd Combs, and Messrs.
Krdiimn, Arnold, George 0. French,
Wpottcn, Heytiolds, Trcnholtn, Caroy,
iinydcu, 1'Ttch, lluttcrworth and Dr.
Prince Charming is to bo interpreted
by Mr, Gfcorgo 1. French, while tlio
Spirit of Ellur is roptesented.corporlally
bv Mlss Maudo Corliam. Tho Airy
Fairy finds lis counterpart in little
Auiile Dunn. Dr", 11. 1. ltust plays tho
Father Kiity aud Miss Louisiana Grigsby
the lioyal Mother. The i'i;i.s aro
Masters Gincsi, l'lllins, Preston ami
Ulrney. Tho entire cast perform dances
from the stately minuet to tho etherlal
motions of tho tiny failles. Tho com
mittee directing this pctformauco uro
Mis Ulcharils. chairman; Mrs. Lowis
Clephano, Mrs. Judge Iiaber and Miss
Villikin and his Dinah nro person
aled by Mnstcr Guuiou aud Miss Wheeler,
with Master Leech as tlio stein patent.
This play is under the management of
Mrs. William H. Mills, chairman, and
Miss Dyer aud Mrs. .T. II. r-'oulc.
Miss Grnciu Youinans pla'3 Mittrcs
Mary, aud bet garden of llowe'rs is repre
sented by Misses llirncv, Gincsi, Preston.
Youmaus, Luttrell, CfnrUo and Steven
son. Tho conimltteo nto Mrs, K. 11.
Youmnns, chairman; Mrs. A. K. Stuvcn
sou, Mrs. Luttrell uud Miss liidn Mc
Cnlmoiit. The statuary under tho management
of Mrs. Guidon Wilcox embrace Victory.
Justice, Peace, Faith, Vnlor and other
heroic attributes. Tho laities person
ating them are Misses Stevenson, llnul
furd, Uoude, Wntner, Wilson, Kobert
son and Itainwnler.
"The Bachelor Who Went to London"
lias also a large cast. Tlio Happy liaeh
tlor Is Muster AVIIIet Spooner, and tho
fortunate wife Miss Adelaido Felton.
Tho wedding quadrille Is to be danced
by Misses Susiu Quay, Lueillo Wilkin
son, Mary Pierce, ltuth McGownn, Clara
Column, 'ileati ice Oberly. Alice Roches
ter. Mablo Carver, Bessie ICelm, Julia
Sample and Marlon Cockrcll, unci Mus
ters Willio Gwynn, Saxon Wyard, Hal
slon Fleming, Zonderl Gincsi, Louis
Hostner, AVillot Spooner, John A. Wise,
Allen Cic'i banc. Talbot Pierce, Leo
Brittou, Arthur Gorman and other guests.
Tho committee in chnrgo of tills cast are
Miss Wilkinson, chaiimau; Mrs. General
Spooner, Mrs. IJandolph Kciin and Mrs.
" TlTo'lritertninment Is to bo mado moVo
3liss Burtha Lincoln's
s bo favoruuly known -to
Wushlnirton, her work coutuiiiing
through'tlie entire presuntatlon nnd cm
brnclnj,' all the bongs descrlptivo of nur
surv lore represented.
The picss committee ate Mrs. A. F.
Cbibls tind Mrs. II. A Preston.
-'' 'interior Council's orflccrs.
At the meeting of Interior Council, No. 210,
National Union, held last evening, tho follow
ing were elected ofllccrs of thu council for tho
ensuing year: Kdw.ird M. Daw sou, president;
Vivian lireut, vice-president; Louis V. Jlax
eoii, speaker; Frank!,. Campbell. rx-prcMdciit;
II. C. Darrab, secretary; John T. Clcmeuts,
llnanclal secretary; Kdinund S. Woog. treas
urer; W. V. Orrlclc, chaplain; Lewis Thomp
son, usher; Henderson l'resuell, scrgeant-at-urms;
truttees, L. M. K. Cooke, U'lulleld S.
Chasu and John J. Darby; delegates to Iho
Cabinet, I'. M. Dawsou, F. L. Campbell nud
Johu J. 8. Hassler.
AUUUOIt'S KGt.LOOd OrEH.V COMl'ANT.'
The Clara Louis; Kellogg English Opera
Company will begin n week's engagement al
Albaugh's next Monday night. Six nights and
Saturday matinee. Tlio repertory for tho
wecK is as ionows: .Monday, "U irovaioro-
Carraen i,Kciiogg ami l'eruglni); eaturaay
matlueo, "II Irovatorc;" Saturday night,
Tho sopranos and contrnltqs arc Misses Kcl.
logg, l.clltl.i Frltscli, Loulso Mclssllngcr,
Hcren Van DocnholT, Fnunlo Mjers and Atinls
Montague; tenors, Chevalier Lubatt, Slgnor
Tagllcrl, Mr. l'crrse, Slgnor l'crugltil; bassos,
Messrs. V. It. Lee, II, Huvcman, S. N. Lang
lols, Joscpli Lyudo and Ocorgo Fox. Thcso
principals nro accompanied by a full chorus,
orchestra and ballet. Prices of seats nro S .50,
$1.00, 75, BO nnd 23 cents. Flno audiences aru
promised nnd It is hardly necessary to add
that tho performances will bo ot tho highest
NATIONAL JOSEPH JEVrKllSON.
Tho announcement that Mr, Jefferson will
appear at tho Now NattonalTlicatro next, wcok
ns Hob Acrct, In Sheridan's comedy, "Tho
lllvals," has heightened public expectation to
a very great pitch, nnd tho famous actor and
his excellent support, lucludlug .Mrs. John
Drew, Mr. John (illbert, Mr. L J. lluckloy
and Miss Kniinn Vadcrs, will no doubt rccelvo
ns great an ovation as thoy did In Now York
and llnstou. A trio of such copablo aud ex
perienced players as Joseph JolTcrsou, John
tlllbertnnd Mrs. John Drew would mako al
most any humorous play decidedly Interesting..
In no excellent a comedy as "llnJ Klvals"
they h.vto an admlrablo medium for tho dis
play of their Individual abilities, nnd each will
achieve n distinct personal success. "Tho
ltlvols" will lio plajcd throughout tho week.
llVllllH lltJOU T1IEATIIE "lU'linMMJ OVElt."
"Hubbllug Over," a musical comedy of de
cided mcilt, will bubblo over at the bijou next
week, with llttlo Ada Gllinan in a dual rolo.
Miss Gllinan Is pretty aud sprightly nnd gains
Immediate admission Into an audleuce's favor.
THE ENTRANCE BARRED.
ooiNo iir.iiiNi) Tin;
Tlio (Ircon-Iloom a JljtU or tlio 1'nst
Uutsldora Not Allowed to Go Within
tlio Slngo Door Utiles of tho YViisliliiB"
toll Theatres-AVlint tho Dltrorcnt Malin
gers Sny About tho Matter.
1 ho play Is of tho brightest type, aboutidlug
hi sparkling dialogue, ludicrous situations
aud pleasing music. At every matlneo during
the week Manager Harris will provldo every
lady and child lu attendauco with a beautiful
and costly souvenir. The present will bo un
album of views, handsomely bound, contain
ing eighteen photographed views.
keunan's sucrrnn & blakelt's.
ShclTcrit Blakely's Itefltiecl Specialty and
Comedy Compauy will bo put on next week
at Kcrnim's aud draw the people there, for It
is a good show, and Harry Blakelylsn Washing
ton boy whom everybody knows. On the list
aro Shcfler it HIakely, prcinlir negro dctlnea
tois; Adams, Carey aud Howard, musicians,
singers nud fun; Sherman A Morrlsscy, In
"Ulfurcnllou;" Crossley & Kldcr, novel ath
letes; William Kays and Ada Henry, skntors;
Miss l'.mlly I'carc. soprano; Shcrldau &
Flynn, Irish comedians; Souoru Nanulo
Tatall, thu Cuban sylph and contortionist; and
manv others, tho pcrf ormanco concluding with
"A Tin key Dinner" for till.
GLOBE FOX A WAK1 S ALL STAlt CO.
Fox it Vard's All Star Specialty Company,
will be tho attraction nt tho Globe uoxt week,
aud It is an attraction par excellence. Iu tho
combination aic Fox aud Ward, minstrel
kings; Harry and Flora Blake; lirllllaut
Quaitette; Matthews and Harris, musical
skctchlsts; Kostelta Lmuict, musical comtdy;
Alexandre Wilson, premier ventriloquist;
tho Grieves, ro-engaged; Joo Miller, Dutch
song and dance, with "Llttlo Tntcrs," as a
warming after piece.
Tho Boston Symphony concert at tho Con
gregational Church drew a largo and fashion-
ablo audience, which Included many of critical
musical taste, and their verdict was quite pos
itive In favor of tho artists. The music was of
high class, but It was mado clear and comprc
hcuslblu by tho uso of descriptive and aualUlc
programmes which enabled those not skilled
lu harmonies to understand what tho perform
ers wero presenting.
Tho Kodpath Lyceum concert at Albaugh'a
jesterday afternoon was not very well ut
t:nded, and tho Indisposition of Mme. Carreno
vvss a disappointment. Iu other respects tho
coucert was very cujoj able.
Murder In tho I'lrnt Dcgicr,
In the murder lilal of lluury Carlton, who
killed Policeman Jauiea llreiinau In New York
ou October "S, for no apparent cause, by
tuootlug, tho jurv ictlred nt 7 o'clock last
night, and uftir taking tlueu ballots during
a consultation of lUly-flvo tuluutos, rpturned
with a crdiet of muider iu the first ilcgice.
illosliig; Their Lodgo Mooni.
Friendship Lodge No. 7, 1, (). M., located
nt all Ninth street i.orthwcst,wll movo to tho
Klks' lodgo room, comer of Ninth nnd l'onn
Bjlvaula avenue, on Wcduesaay, Deccmbel'
titi, unit their ineetliig night will boon Wednes
day luttead of Thursday. Their lodgo room
will bu olio, of tho Illicit, In thu city.
ltuck's Cuso Not Called.
J. II. Brow i), alias J. 11. Buck, tho youth
convicted of steallug Mi's. Potter's diamonds,
uas not called for seatcuc In tho Criminal
Court to-day, Mr. Campbell C.iirluglon, his
counsel, staling that hu proposed to lllo a
mouoiijora uev inai.
A Now Trial I'nr Cuney.
A niotion for u new trial was argued and
submitted beforo Judgo .Montgomery to-day
by Mr. Lipscomb, prosecuting, and A. II. Wil
liams for tho piisouer, In thu case of Henry E.
Cuir-j, convicted of lobbing tho malls.
The Steinway Grand Piano used at the
Boston Symphonic Cuuceit by Mr. Carl Haw
maiiti was furiiUhed by 1'.. F. Droop, iWj Penn
Orauil Army l'ost i:icctlous.
liawlln's l'ost No. 1, 0. A. II., has elected
ofllccrs as follows: l'ost Commander, J, A.
Bcntcr; junior vice-commander, Alva S.
Tabcr; nuarter-master, Leo S. Mortimer;
chaplain, . Stepheu It. Whitney; sur
geon, A. C. Tabcr; ofllcer of
the day. J. W. F. Williams; officer of tho
guard, Moses Noah: delegates, (Jeorgo N,
French, Johu M. Kcogh, 0. C. Boyd, L. C.
Moitlmer, James Lawlcr, l'hlllp Iteiter, P.
O'Hare; alternates, Patrick O'Farrell, Thomas
Stewart, Jnines Plant, (ieoige A. Darling, J.
;. Do Jester, James McUrath, Charles K.
Farragut Post, No. 10, G, A. K has elected
ofllccrs as follows: Commander, A. F. Dins
more; Facnlor vlce-commandcr, Gcorgo It.
Cook; junior vlcfcoinniander, P. B. Dicker
son; past poet commundcr, Horace II. Browcr;
surceon, Dr. J. W. Lltlle; ehanlnlii, Itev. Ja
cob"!). Wilson; ofllcer ol the day, William II.
Mlucr; officer of the gtttrd, l'atrlck Doolan:
delegates to tbo Department Kncanipiucut,
P. 11. Dlckcrson, Chris Storm, George It. Cook,
George T. Dykes, Theodoro F. Kinney; alter
nates, Gcorgo 8. Lmery, II, C. Hlddle. John
V. IS. Towers, Johu Thomas Turner, Gcorgo
Charles Henderson, whoso faco nnd head
wcro heavily bandaged, appeared iu
tho Polico Court this morning and testified iu
a case ot accldeutalshootlng. William Jones,
his plavruatc, was exhibiting a revolver, and
placed It at Houdcreou's check In tho regular
old "dldn't-kno'v-lt-was-loaded"mauner. Tito
woapon was discharged aud an ugly wound
was i no couseouuev. as lucre was no com
plaint made, Judgo Miller discharged Jones
with a severe reprimand,
A "Week's I'utlitros.
Tho business failures occurring throughout
the country during tho last soven days, us re
ported to B. (J. Dun A Co., number for tho
United Stales, L'lVS, and for Canada, 85; n total
of 303, as compared with !W5 last week, und
!M3 tho week previous to tho last. For tho
corresponding week of last year thero wcio
JSS, STvl being the failures in tho United
Stales uud 31 hi tho Dominion ot Canada.
"I'ErKr.so.N" for January Is replolo with the
most vailed attractions, It Is undoubtedly
tbo best ladles' magiulno in America. It Is
cMcntlally u household periodical possessing
elements of Intoicst for all. "Pistjskso.n"
cannot bo too highly recommended us a family
Tlio attractive pictures of tho green
room, drnwn by Charles ltcatto nnd other
novelists of his day,- tire myths to tlio
present ngc. Tho scenes in tlio "Peg
Woillngton" aro unknown In 18SS. No
thentro has a green room whero tlio
friends of tho managor and tho favorites
of tho actresses assuuihlo "ami discuss
tho performance between tho acts. A
number of tho leading theatres in Now
York ami other of tho leaning cities hnvo
thoir ivino rooms, tvheri, after tlio fall
ing of tho curtain, a select fow gather
and tbo popping of rorks is heard, but
cntranco thero is as dililmlt ns entree to
McAllister's famous "Pour Hundred."
Tho practice is unknown in Ibis city.
When you hear a young man about
town boasting of Ills' alilllty to "go be
hind," i, c, o meet tlio fairies of tbo
footlights on their naljvo heath, so to
speak, put him down as a liar, or at least
an unprincipled anil tntranimclod roj
raancor. Ho cannot do ,t. Tho nearest
he lias over been to the stage is tlio stngo
door. Tho "dates" hoJaln would mako
Villi tlio bowltchlng boiulies whom ho
Imagines ho has "maslicd" across the
footlights, aro only in tho calendar of his
own mind. Tlio notes ho has sent her
are i cstlng in tho waste basket of tho box
ofllce, or havo lighted iho cigar of tho
An Kveninci Post representative took
the pains recently to tisceitain tho rules
ot tho diftcicnt theatres about "going be-
ninii." iivcry nouso is lnexurauio iu us
regulations against It
Manager Ffsk of Albaugli's said that
during tho summer seabon or llghtopera,
and whenever a spectacle Is presented,
ho Is besieged with applications. They
aro all refused. Even tlio most urgent
peisonnl appeals have to bo disregarded.
Men nro stationed nt tlio stage door,
with orders to admit no one. Not a note
can bo sent bohind during a performance,
Tlio dudes who fancy that they have
"caught on" havo to cool their heols on
tho E-strcct curbstono whllo waiting for
their friends. IIo did not mention that
any fines wcro Imposed on employes who
disobeyed orders, but let it bo surmised
that it would not bo advantageous to an
cmnloyo to bo caught breaking the rules.
Manager Haploy at tho National is
cnuallv strong in his oniiosition to al
lowing nny one to visit ills acquaintances
behind the curtain. As ho remarked:
"Wo don't allow anything that is dis
posed to queer the performance." Let
ters and notes aro not sent behind. A.
telegram, of couise, is Imperative and is
allowed to go through tho lines unchal
longed. ,A guard Is stationed ut ovcry
door and no loophole is allowed to let in
an outsider. That tho applications and
dcslro nro not small can bo seen from
tho string of young men who lino tho
curb cast of tho stago cntranco every
night after n spectaoiuar performance.
"I havo just put up a sign saying, 'llvo
dollars fine for any emplovo allowing
nnyono on tho stage,' " 6ald Manager
Hoof of tho GloboTlicatrc. "It wouldn't
do to allow anyone to go bohind. It
shall not bo done at this house. I boliovo
that I will double tho fine."
At Kemati's it was stated that it
would cost an pmployo just $10 to allow
anyone on tho stago. A repetition of tho
bftonso would probably endanger hls.sit
uatlon. "WG do'not nllmvtit under any circum
stances," it was said at tho Bijou The
atre "There nro rigid rules against it.
No ono is ever allowed to go bchiud
IJAUtiY MOUSING NL'WS.
Itocont Kvonts of Interest lEolloil Uown
for llustv Itmulltiir.
Ono hundred barrels of wlilskoy
bolonglng to .Tallies W. Tale, tbo default
ing Stato treasurer of Kentucky, wcro sold
at auction in Louisville yesterday at an
average price of 801 cents per gallon.
A fast oratigo train near Tallahassee,
FIa jumped tho track and Scott Sea
brook, tho engineer, nnd James Cohyers,
tho fireman, wore killed, their bodle3
being cooked by escaping steam.
Sovoral of tho evicted settlers ftom the
DesMolnos Hlvor landshavo entered Mills
for tho value of the improvements they
mado to tho property.
Tho Now York City lloatd of Kstt
nutto nnd Apportionment havo appro
priated $75,000 for tho centennial inau
In tho trial of Henry Carlton In Now
Yoik city, for killing Policeman James
llrciinnn, the Jury has icturned n verdict
of murder In the llrat degree.
Otto ltauchftiss & Co., wholcsalo drug
gists, of Cincinnati, hnvo mado an as
signment. Liabilities $50,000, assets
Kilrain accepts .Sullivan's challenge,
but finds fault with the Dostonlau declar
ing himself tho champion.
During thu past week thero wore 208
business failures In tlio United States
aud f3 in Canada,
4 (&& y
nj IT v--r Vs )Cvs.
'-- S tzC?
"GOT HIS ID UP
Uncle Sam will look out for
National interests. Will you
look as carefully to your own?
If so, you'll look at
.Our Cape Overcoats,
Our Beaver Overcoats,
3j Overcoats, .
Our Cape Coats, we think,
"Lead the T'mon" in Styles
and Prices. Come and see
Ills Ortuio lllencliod Ills Ilulr.
Assistant Postmaster Mlchaol A. Sholdon of
Hudson, K. Y,, who was convicted ot robbing
thu malls, was yesterday soucenccd to three
years' Imprisonment at hard labor in tho lJrlo
County l'etilteutlary. Ho was taken from tho
court-room In a fainting condition. During
thu six weeks ho has been In prison his hair,
which was auburn, has turned almost white
Tho I'ustcHt Trains lu Amnrlcu
aro run ou tlio 1). & O. It, It., and tlio quickest
tlmo to 1'hlliulclphln is mado by tho 1). & O.
Limited Trains leaving herout 8:15 a.m.. nnd
4:20 p. m., dally. Othor roads cbargo an extra
tare for slower tlmo. Xo txlmt we chained on
the H. is U.
l.uto J.oeiil Items.
Amos Warren was ou trial In tho Polico
Court this morning charged with assaulting
I.ou Austin. IIo was glvou two months In
jail for knocking tho woman senseless with a
The Dinar Club, for literary purposes, has,
by C. L. Campbell, S. C. Ilaub, II. h. Miller,
George T. Chapman nnd Johu A, Itudd, llled a
ccrtillcato of Incorporation.
Kobert A. Grigsby, for many j cars a dtlvcr
of a street sweeplug machine, was so badly In
jured last Wednesday night while making
somo repairs on his sweeper that ho died on
tho following morning at his home, 182" K
street northw est.
Tho P.ccciitrlo Association of Steam Kngl
necrs held their reculnr semi-monthly meeting
at Odcon Hall last evening, but transacted
ouly routine business.
A ccrtillcato of election of tho following
trustees of tho Westminster Presbyterian
Church has been llled; David K. Holmes, L.
II. Ilopltlus end O. O. Splcer for thrco years;
W. A. V. Church, Abraham Depuo und Al
fred Hall for two yeais; J. Whit llcrrou, P.
Mlsser and Albert G. Yoimt for ono year.
Andrew Dangcrflold, a colorod youth 10
years of age, pleaded guilty iu tho l'ollcu
Court this moruliig to tho churgo of house
breaking. Ho cntcied tho stable of Mrs.
Flyun, lu East Washington, and was no doubt
making towards thu chicken roost when dis
covered. Tho l'oot'a liuucluntlon.
ji'ivin theXiew York World.
Mr. llllcy Is wild ocr tho sea, the open sea
and last night ho wrolo a poem on tho beauti
ful aud mellow plunk of old ocean, for ho
could hear It all night as tho giant waves
broke alone the wild west beach. Ho said
that he could write aud at tho samo time, all
night long, hear tho great billow burst ou tho
gray shoro with a loud, semi-annual report.
Afterward ho found that tho ro.ir- .of tho
surf camo from tbo steam radiator lu his
E. B. BKRNUM St CO
931 Pennsylvania Avenue.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK
CHRISTMAS GROCERIES,. '
WINES AND LIQUORS
Of Any Store.
JOHN H. MAGRUDER
1417 New York Ave. and I I 22 Conn. Ave.
A llloodtlilntty Annrclilsr.
Frederick Mclsch was arraigned In a Chicago
polico court yesterday ou complaint of his
wlfo that ho was Iu the habit ot spending his
nights nt Anarchists' meetings, that ho had
said ho would glvo up his lite to compass tho
dcatnsol rollce inspector iiouuciunuu juugci.
Gary aud GrlnnelL Ho was hold In bonds to
keep tho peace.
William Bell nnd Daniel Woodland wcro
ou trial this morning lu tho Police Court for
Indulging In a pleasant llttlo scrap. They
wcio lined live dollars each.
AUGUST W, NOACK. President. I'KANCIS GAKLICKB. Secretary.
1881-1680. . KsTAnusuEn 1850
THE SHOOMKKER COMPHWY
(Suoccssors to Shoomaker & Hertzog,)
IMl'OItTKItS AND JOBUKKS OP
Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c,
Nos. 1U31 and 1333 U STKKET NOIITIIWIIST,
ALL GOODS SOLD AT NEW YOI1K PJUCE3.
Assorted Cases of ono dozen Wines, Liquors and Cordials a,t dozen prices.
Telophono call, 517.
916 and 41 I Seventh Stroot, 1221 Pennsylvania Ave.
Engravings,-Etchings, Frames, etc.
DO YOU KHOW
TALTY.-On December 11. 1888. at 2 p.m.,
Fiederiek It , beloved son of John U. nnd Lllza
both It. Talty, used t!'J years.
Kuncial Irom the residence of his parents,
11)11 V street noithviost, on Sunday, December
IU, ut :t p. m.
7 (triWAUSM Jjj
UCIALTIKS fiWlt rpiIE TfOLlUAYH
nwit ritiiE Trc
This powder novcr varies, A marvel of pin l(y
strvnstn uml wholihOiniueM. Mniiicvuiiuiiiloii
tliuu tau ordinary kinds, and cannot busolilln
companion with Iho mulllludo of lovtesU
klmrt-welirlit aluni ur pliusphutu iowdei. Holtl l
vtuv m wfii.
llOVAL JUKIKQ rOWDEll fO
100 Wall street, New York.
(Snccossor to Terry Uro.)
CALLS "SPECIAL A1TLNTION" TO HIS NEW
STOCK 01' "NOVELTIES IN I'.VNOYUOODa"
ELEUANTIMPOUTEl) IJASKETS 01' EVEltY
NOVELTIES IN IMPOUTEI) I'OCKETliOOKS,
CAItl) CASES AND SAT( IIELS.
NEW PLUSH TOILET SETS.
NEW MANICUlti: SETS.
NEW S1IAVINO CASES.
NEW W1HTINO SETS.
NOVELTIES IN 1IHASS TIIEltMOlIEI'EnS
AM) I'llOTOOIIAI'll IIOLUEIIS.
NOVELTIhS IN SMOKl.NO SETS AND ASH HE-
OENIINE 1711 AND JIAIIIB FAItlNA CO
LOGNE AT ilo, Mo AND SI PEIt ilUTTL.
NLH PLUSH AND OLIVE WOOD OUOlt
"fal'l.UM. UAHOAINS" IN I1INA AND
JAPANESE MLlv IIANDKEHCHlEr'S AT
Mi III,., rUo. 7nu, $1 AND S .25
NOVELTIhS IN ENO..IMI SILK JIUKPLBHS
NEWINITUI, Ho.NDKEIll IIIE1S l'OIl MEN,
IM?i !'s' ANU 0,!,,'"1,K" AT I"WK.Sl'
IMJlh.NNi: STOCK 01' PLAIN AND FANCY
ALU LINEN IIANDKEUCHIKI'n KOIl MEN,
W'MLN AEDCU1LDHE.V, HA.NCINO 1'ltO.M
JAV MLK HOlsIL'ItY. TliKFOUSSE KID
NLV, ,iK I'MiiiuiLLAit IN OHKAT VAIIIETY
Will ."! K. SII.VEII, IVOHY, EIluNY AN I
Jl' h O N MOUNTInO- AND IsATrilAL
'"L s iCKb, HA.NOINd lfltOM SJ.tiO TO
"(III H'i.Y llElifCED PIIICES" ON ALL
W.N I Lit WIIAPS.
.' ,,l'HAlli.AlNS"IN-PJ-IVCII ALL-WOOL
) stl AT 0Ji 's'onTAno.N COST,
?Jil ' VENINO SILKS, (IA1JZKS ,t C'ItEPI',3.
tl'I.MN riOL'ltES AND COltllUC'TI'ltlCitS,
4 wm LVENINUS UNTIL CHltlSTJIAS.
n..t. ., ., SKATO.V PEItltY.
i crry iiuiluiriK, I'onmylvanla Ovoniie. roruer of
Muth stnot. Estubllshcsl lulu.
GM1 SACRIFICE SALE!
Closing-out Sale of Winter Goods,
May-down Prices of Dress Goods,
Owing to tho unusual amount of warm
weather, wo find ourselves with u lariror stock
of Whiter Dress Goods und Silks than wo
euro to lue (it this season. In order toredueo
tho stock, wo lutto concluded to offer cut prices
un tbo following doslrablo (roods;
Fionch Ilroadclothsiu'luoed ftom SI. 50 to SI.
All-wool I'renoh Flannels, finest quality, ro
ducod from 83o to OSo,
French Dicss Uoods reduced from SI. 50 to
rrench Dress Goodsreducrd from S1.25 to 81.
Ureas Uoods reduced from75o to U'JKe.
All-wool Hem lettus at 50c.
Lhrnt shado Satins reduced from SI to 50c.
Finest Figured Satlus reduced from 31,25
Evenlnsdauzos nnd Silk Notts at tho follow
lnsiirlces: All Silk Crepes reduced from 7r,o to Clio.
All-Silk Netts reduced from 82 to Sl.BO.
(iauws reduced fiom Sl.21 to SI.
Striped Point d'Espnts reduced to 75o.
Superior quality Surah bilks, all colors. 7rc
California IHaiiKcts reduced from S 10 to SO.
California Wanker rcdnecd from 0 to ?n.
t'ullfoinla lllaukets reduced from SS to 37.
fircut b.iiR-ilnrt In Uluck Faille, Francals and
finis drain bilks.
Tho best valiiH lu Illaek bilks over ofTcrcd.
To tho prudent buyer lilslsiiluio opportunity
to cet decided bargains.
Ileal Indian Table Covers at low prices.
EVENINGS UNTIL AFTER THE
A good tiling when you see.
it? If-so; take a glance below
and see what we are doing
with Ladies', Misses' and Children's
W. M. StlUSTKll & SONS,
T 1VILL1AJ1 LKK
(Successor to Henry Leo's Sonsi,
- XT 1ST 3D UJ'R O? .A. K: J3 k.
aa2 PENNi AVENUE N. V
llianrh otllcedU8Miii'ylaiid nyo. e. v.
lllli Penn, avoju w belnicu UU uud IH
faverrtlilna llrnt olqi.
ll'll'llKLL UA II 111 A (11 1)1,'
Ilurbour laiw llulMlnu .
llenlduuou. No, 121s ,:
J. iSucoossors to Moillll Wllheiuw),
PltlNTEUS AND ai'BltlSoi'Yl'rtm,
1107 Bstreetu w, Wasliluirtuu, I). U
UOOO WOltK At' FAIIt PltlOE-f.
The best shopping time is
before n a. m. and after 5
Anything you buy is ex
changeable for the money or
something else, even five min
utes after the purchase if you
Every nook and corner in oiirlmmonso
establishment Is packed with mvrohan
dlso, both useful and ornamental, so
cured expressly for tho Holiday trade,
much of which rocs to mako up tho bulk
of thomoio pmctlnil and substantial of
nil Christmas presents. If you aro Iho
least In doubt of what to clvo', try n tour
of Inspection through tho stoie.
I'EItl'UMEItlES AND FANCY AUTICLKS.
.Many ot tho best odors manufactured nro hero
ail wo havo aro lu good standing. 'o hmo no
plueu for (i mom extract, cohwion or toilet
wnter. Jlanyof thnm are put up lnbottlesof
ban lysl.esaiilattruetlvo tihapos, nnd marked
nt tho lovuat iM.astl.lu prices,
Cut-Glass lint tics In nerent vuilely of attract
Ivoshapos. Odor Sets, Toilet Sets, oto.
Splendid lino of Hair Ilrusbcs, Comb.s, Hnnd
Mirrors, In wood or oxldUod silver, tn both
slnelo pieces or matohid setx,
r.un Fancy Iloxes, lontiihdiiK Comb, Ili'ush
and Jllrroriif zylonlto, only Sl.'-S ii-box. A
ory uppropil ltd mill liiXuusloallt,
l'nuoy Ilottlos tilled with tho host poriumcilos
UDd deeorato'l with ribbons.
(Iieut variety of handsomo Plush Iloxes, eon
laliiln Toilet Artichv, .Manlcnion, slmvliu
Sots, ,o. Very elegant, aud maku ncceptablo
Anuncqualed vailcty of tlio Litest novelties,
ombrsx li'it (llovu Iloxes, Juviul lloxus, Ilandkcr
vhlur HoXiH, Willln; 'lal.loti, Collar mill Cuff
Iloxes, Ao. J'tHikol books, Wiillut" of iicnl, Al
llKator,.IupalicsoLoathi,r. Ouzo Call, i'.u., lue,
Ladles' Pooketbooks t H.',il rl.'nl, with stur
IhiU sin cr norm is, $U. Stl oonnd 35,
Satin, Gauw and 1-eatlier Fans for Christians
pi events Elonant (xti lob (feather Filiis. fiom
S.1t$2,'. Your fun munby will no fiuihwi
TIJs Is nov, ilonartmvit nrul we botlevo you
wdl Iw pleased ulih our sl,ltoiin TJio stock
Includus u ur Httraellrt) iKKuinnuntof Uav
Pins, Seurf P ii, Collar Hirttip; BKn. vi. Likiciiih,
IPikhiiib, Ion chuiiui, tBeMllMi 3i i, oto,
The mini aio Itnllttd nWonil(i mil) lililuo
Stiiuo Settings, Plain und inSHItHIVt'" '' Also,
ii lino ot lloal Auibcr una 'K(Mki f.bell Hulr
Pin.. TT '
As h Kpoi Inl Intrnrtnenirv Hiirtilii. wo oifar
Ono Tliou.und i-mid Sihor Thimbles at iliuloiv
1 rlesi or 22 rin h.
Ir-lrst tliaii'j rmii'.l
I AltTIFICIAl. FIOWI'HS.
I Arillluiitl Kinsvn'- uiiulhnr new department.
turnanon l'liil., Q'm ir spray. Mm,.., of all
knits IS 'if. ILhO d'i nml TTHcC per Jiuiiiin.
I lluliili-, j.1 hii sprii, JIlyaMiilH.7Bi' P:r i.i',
i o un, IIJu I'-si pn:y, Llhu-s, $ i-i m-av.
! I'i.'x on-tUjWi'is irvd. Iiiim uu Itnglbh way, In
1 1 1. It iluinut nood viuvii,i
WOODVARD & 1.0THR0P
Cornel- lltli uudV StionU N'. W
And other miscellaneous
goods that are now in demand
and everyone is buying. An
accurate amount of each lot
will give an idea that there
are plenty for all.
43 Children's Strlpo Nowmarkots, 2 nnd !
years, Sl.-lu. Remember, thcso slues you can
buy at Hint price.
27 Children's Stilpo Nowmarkots, (1 nnd 8
yoars, xsi,7i), Itcmember, tlioso sUus you can
buy ut that price.
til Children's All-wool Fancy Plaid Havo
loi.ks, edges trimmed with astrauhiin: three dif
ferent sires left, !. II and 8 yours, S3.10, Tho
prlco of this wrap was SB.UU.
II) Ladles lllaok llerlln Twill Vlsltos, ustra
oliau trimmed, S2.7D. Tills wrap was SI. 10.
IHLudles' Illaek' Dlnsoual Itusslan Circulars,
d-laeh fur trimming, S3.d0. Tho formorpilco
was 35. tl).
10 Ladles' lllank and llrown Heaver New
markets, warranted all wool, some plain nnd
others trimmed with benvtr, SI.Ull. Tho for
mer pi Icu was S7.HH.
7 Ludles' Seal-brown Plush Sacrpios, quilted
mum liuini:, uiu.nu. ino pneo wmsii.iw.
8 Ludles' All-wool Fancy Strlpo .Modjeskns,
bell sleeves, SO.OU. Tho former price was
7 Ladlos Flno Seal Plush Jlodjesltas, renl soil
Ornaments and tabs, lino satin lining, SI LOO.
Tlio prlco was E21.00.
5 Ladlos' Flno heal Plush Modjeskns, roal seal
ornaments, Loudou-djrd plush satlu lining,
SKLIIIL Tlio price wns $2,1.00
17 Ladles' All-wool Fancy Nowmarkets, short
capo and belle sleovos, very nobby, SuVli); tho
price was ?H Oil.
28 Ladles' Fancy All-wool Jnokots, $2.00; tho
prlco was $!1 HO.
11 tallica' All-wool Flno Corkscrew Tailor
mado Jaokuls, S 1.21; tho prlco was $.1.00.
This Is our slaughter In wraps and wo hope
sou uro lnterosteu lu our s.iorltluo.
300 lllnck Itusslan Haro Muffs, .lie.
r.OSIvcr FoxSatlu-llned Muffs, SI.OO.
50 Monkey juulfs. Satin lined, 3i,00,
2(10 211-lneh (ioliltlii Gloria. IIOu.
175 20-lnelifiolil tip Gloria, 41.10.
7 dozen Sinynui ina'n. HOo
10Sinrna lues, 2.1 by 00, S1.00,
iioiiiiiui wiiKiow nuanes, mi comnieio, -jso.
nam iipnqiioMiauos, post rprniKiuiieiti,
No 2 Floor Oilcloth, ono jiinl wldu, i
Hi yards wide, liiio : 2 yards wide. 10o.
Wulr Oilcloth, 20 different puttiins, Jjo,
Fnnev ii'id plain lablo olklolh. 12!r!i0.
noil yards still left of tlioso i4 llnu EnglUh
Dody Jlrusacll borderlmr, COu,
These goods' arc just th
thing with which to renovat
your old carpets aud mak
them look like new.
Our display of Holiday
Presents is attractive, not
alone for the selection, but for
the price attached to euch aud
The quickest way to
find out the kind of
OVERCOAT you think
you want is to come
right in here and toss
over our stock. It's
perfect. You can do
as well as-if you had
come in October; and
the more stress a gen
tleman lays oh his no
tions of essentials in a
fine Overcoat the bet
ter. We like the pleas
ure of pleasing partic
1241 A I2K3
MlM, . .
Parker & Co,
upon oteiy nlgiit uiiriiu
I lth St. S. E.
Ujo-iiibjr mil. I o
319 m St, S, E, Corrisi 0 SI