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TlfE WASHINGTON CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 10, 1885.
For tlio Middle Atlantic flttitc. f.ilr
vcnthcr, slight iImiiko In tciiipcrntuic,
winds bceomlnif varliiblo.
Vor Tuesday, fair, sllirhtly warmer
weather Is Indicated for the district! bor
dering on tlio Atlantic.
Thermometer rondlnirs fur November 1(1,
1SS5: 3 a. in., 38.3; 7 n. m., W. 11 n. ni.,
43,7. November IB: Slcnn temperature,
!3s.8i maximum, Wft minimum, 3U.S;
mean lelntlvo humidity. fi:i.
L'qllTY CornT Justlco Ilncner. Ander
son is. Anderson; further testimony ordered
taken before Jolin Criilktliank. National
Union Imtiranco Company vs. Tiler; aud
itor's report ratllled. lluvall vs. Mitchell;
error In former decree corrected. Claitou
is. Ccose; production of papers rciiulrcd.
Klnp; s. Watson; reference to auditor,
llurfcois. Durfco; testimony ordered taken
before Examiner John Crulkshnult,
ClIICl IT COVllT No. 1 Justice Co.X.
Llbby A Co. vs. Applcnian; on hearing.
Cir.tr it L'nciiT, No.!) .Ittstlco Merrick.
Nltmcrvs. Hancock; judgment hy default.
Detroit .Mutual llcncflt Company vs. Clark;
Judgment ly default. Whitman vs. l'lck;
oidict for plaintiff for $IHX. Hack vs,
Nelson; verdict for plaintiff, nominal il.im
aces. Baltimore United Oil Comjiany vs.
(las Consumers' Protection Mniiiiiacttirliiir
Couipanyj verdict for plaintiff for $M0.UJ,
C'lii.MiNAi, Couiit .lustlco MncArthttr.
l'atrlck Naughton, munlcr; on trial.
Vot.K'K Count .Judge Sncll. -John Hut
fin, colored, loud and boisterous; $" or in
days. Jenny Corcoran, uu;rancy)!l months
on the farm, 1'cler Iloliuo, lolorcd, pro
fanity; ?fi or in days. James Lancaster, do.;
do. Frier Dunn, vagrnucy; bonds or IK)
days. James Wall.lus, colored, profanity;
$3 or 7 dnjs. JIlIiii Ale, loud and boister
ous; i't or IS days. John Southern, nssault;
$.7) or IK) days, (leorgo limit, assault; con
tinued Indefinitely on iffiOO ball, Laura
Duvauoy and Mary Jackson, colored, loud
and boisterous; $n or in days each. Arthur
I'latcr, assault; $1. Thomas II. Lewis,
alias Mack, housebreaking; grand Jury.
(Icorco Harrison and l'atrlck N'ealon, lar
ceny; six months In Jail each.
Last year ono thousand and foity per
tons went to Jail sentenced by the Police
Com t, against Dili of tlio previous year.
The total annual population of tlio Jail
mounted from l.DOU In 18SM to 'J,103 In
Child New market overcoat. LIseman,7itK.
The police received n dispatch from New
York jcslcrday stating that (Icorco 1',
Warren, alias Ilyan, one of the eontldonco
men nrrestedby Detective Carter on Krlday,
was wanted In that city for crand larceny
and requesting that ho bo held for tho New
York authorities. AVairen has already
been surrendered to the ll.iltlmorc iiutlioil-
The finest assortment of parlor suites up
holstcicd lu silk and Mohulr plushes, at the
lowest pilccs. llreltburth's, Odd-Fellows'
At the meeting of tlio Biological Society
held Saturday evening at the National
Museum, Professor J. A, Ityder of tho
United States Fish Commission gavo an ac
count of his recently invented system of ap
paratus for raising seed oysters 'for planting
Child's capo overcoat. Klscmau, 7th and E.
Tun Knights of Labor lodge-rooms were
crowded last evenlug by a largo audlcnco of
ladles and gentlemen assembled to hear .Mr.
Paul T. liowen lecture on "Ciovcrincutal
"Natuhal Law tho llasls of Government"
was the themo of a lecture delivered by
Professor 11. H. Webb of New York yester
day afternoon before the Lthlcal Society of
Pauts to order, ! and up. Kiscman Uros.
ltnv. Jacoii I'ur.siiMAN, pastor of the
llchrew-Chrlstlan Church of New York
city, preached at tho Metropolitan M. K.
Church yesterday. His sermon was upon
tho privileges which Christians enjoy in the
possession of their gospel.
A infective n.VE caused a flro about
10.30 o'clock last night In John Chamber
Hu's, 821 Fifteenth street. Tho flro was con
fined to the first lloor, which Is occupied by
Messrs. Van Amburg A Attcrberg, stock
brokers. The damago to the houso amounted
to $300 and to tho furniture about $300. Tho
bouso was formerly occupied by .Mr. James
0. Ulnlno, and Is at present the property of
Mr. William K. Travcrs.
At llfliiiEN's new fumlturo and carpet
Installment house, 032 Seventh 6trcot north
west, furniture, carpets, ruggs, mats oil
cloths, matting, baby carriages and every
thing which a housekeeper requires tomako
homo pleasant and attractive aro sold on
tho installment plan. Call and be convinced
that ho sells on caster teinis and at lower
firiccs than any other man or firm In tho
nstallment business. Terms to tult nil.
The saloof the rcsldeuco of Colonel In
ger6oll, on K street, to Mr. MjCiearyof
California for $4.1,000, was negotiated by
Major Cleorgo A. Armes, thu actlvo real es
The Caustattcr Vereln celebrated tho an
niversary of tho poet Schiller's birthday
yesterday at Buccheler's Purk.
Tho Commissioners bavo approveil tho
applications of tho following parties for
bar-room licenses: August Albers, .Mary
llannagnn, John C. lliellg, Henry Ilrock,
(leorgo W. Bauer, John J". Biosuan, Thos.
Blown, Wm. & M. T. Carlcy, H. C. Christ
man, John Couuor, T, A. Duffy, Charles
Vlctz, Henry Kuahl, 11. J. I'lscnbclss,
T. P. Cnnerl, C. II. F.stuo, (leorgo Frltch,
II. J. Fegan, James Foy, A. W. Olddlngs,
(JcorgoP. (ianghorn, J. II. Oates, Ellen
(lleason, F. Guy, James Henncsay, William
Ilerfurth, Miller Hepburn, William
Ilickey, Frank Johnson, Harris Katclzkl,
Barbora Jueneinaun, Donell Leo,
Charles Losckum, J. T, McGce
Martha A. Maarh, Hugh McCanti,
Edwin Monnan, Frank McKnew, S. J.
Meuan, 1. Nau, J. A. Parson, William F.
I'oulton, F.. C. Held, O, L. Itced. T. Jtoesslo
& Son, A. Schmidt, F. Schneider, Juuies
Sleeker, S. G. Stewart, (leorgo Schafer, J.
M. dtelfz, M. II. Scaulou, L. Stctzc, Seidell
V llobblns, GcorgoSclirccer, James Thomp
son, W. Wilkcnnlng, 0, Xander.
For Winter Vinlpi'H'car,
go to Keep's, 437 Seventh street northwest.
George Harrison and Patrick Ncalon, cm
plojesof tho Virginia Midland liallroad,
wero before Judgo Sncll this morning for
stealing overcoats at tho National Theatre
George Harrison was behind tho bars for
the larceny of tho overcoat and hat of
Doorkeeper James Jamison. Mr. Jamison
caught him putting tho coat and hat on
and called Special Ofllccr Venucmau, who
arrested him. lie got six mouths In
lull. Tho other was Patrick Ncalon.
lie was arrested by Ofllcer Venneman
on tho Aunue. Ho wanted to know of tho
oftlctr what ho did with his (Noalon's)
Wend. Mr. Frank Tourney was prosout at
the time, and having lost an overcoat and a
pair of gloves, ho Identified Nealon as tho
man who sat behind him In tho theatre. Ho
bad Mr. Tourney's overcoat on at tlio Hum.
Ills sentence was also six months In Jail,
Child's Norfolk suit, l'.lseraan, cor. 7 and E,
An Important A i rent.
Ofllcer Qululan, who Is detailed for duty
at the B. it 0. depot, mado an Important
arrest last night. A young man was lu tho
act of purchasing a ticket for I.oulsvlllo,
Ky,, when Quliilun noticed blood spots on
bis slcorc. Ho lininodlatclycommunlcatud
with headquarters to learn it the mail was
wanted nud was Informed that John
Uasbcars was wanted for nttomptlns to
murder John Ktucr at Laurel, Mil., last
Friday. Tho young man when arrested
broke down and admitted that ho sttbbud
Ktutr, Ho said that thoy were drunk at
the time. Ho will be surrendered to the
Maryland authorities. Etncr's condition Is
I'liinltiirc, Cni-pctM, IllnnkutM,
Comforts and general liouso-furnUhlug
goods sold ou easy weekly or monthly pay
ments at John Smith's Installment House,
413 New Jcrioy avenue northwest.
Huwpbcrrlt'H In Xovcmlinr, '
A sample of ripe frcsu raspberries was
exhibited to Tub C'iiitio to-day. They
were of a second crop picked this warning
fiom a garden ou Capitol Hill,
KtCUr.l) TO IILATII,
linn I'ltlrlt'lt llciiiintt Wan .Murdered
mi Hiitiirilny Nlclit,
A young man named Bcnnclt walked Into
the Seventh PrccluttSlalloii-Housc, at Sec
ond and P streets, about 11 o'clock yester
day, and, walking up to Lieutenant Kel
ly's desk, raid In nn excited manner:
"Lieutenant, 1 want an undertaker."
"What do jnti want an underlaker fort"
Inquired the lieutenant.
llo replied that his brother, Patrick Ben
nett, was dead. Ho said ho bad no physi
cian's certificate as localise of death. Ho
was reticent about tho circumstances of his
brother's death, and on learning that ho
died suddenly, Lieutenant Kelly said ho
would Investigate the matter. Ho soon
learned that yuung Bennett, who lives nt
No. 30 Jackson alley, bad been murdered
by John Mahoney.
The facts learned by tho pollco wero to
the effect that Mahoney met nn old col
ored man named John Curtis, who sells
pigs feet and pigs talis, lu tho alloy about
It o'clock Saturday night. Mahoney tried
to take a pig's tall from tho colored man
without luiyliig for It. They had somo
loud words nud Bennett came along and
advised .Mahoney to bo careful or bo
would lie arrested. Mahoney then chal
lenged the deceased for n fight and Ben
nett declined, llo was attacked by Ma
honey and was kicked In tho groin sev
eral times In the rculllc. He was left lu a
helpless condition and his friends car
ried )ii m Into bis housa close by nud a
physician was called In, and lie died of
bis Injuries yesterday morning.
Tho relatives of Bennett were not anxious
to prosecute his murderer, and stated that
there was no Intention ou bis part to kill
Mahoney suddenly dlappcarcd, and tho
police, so far, hao been unsuccessful In
their reanh for lilui. As soon as Bennett
died efforts were made to ralso money to
get .Mahoney out of tho city. Ho li a stouo
ctittirliv trade and resides At 'M G street.
He Is about T feet I Inches high, nud wus
dressid In dark clothes when Inst seen.
Coroner Patterson held an Inquest over
tho lody nt noon to-day. Tho following
wcio the Jurymen: Thomas A. Itowe, J. K.
Council, John Smith, Patrick McCormlck,
liobcrt It. White and John Connor.
'1 ho Jury was sworn over tho body nt tho
icsldcneo of tho deceased and proceeded to
tho Seventh Precinct Station, whero tlio In
quest was held,
'1 ho follow lug witnesses wero oxamlncd
and their testimony coriobornted tho above
account: Aunlc Green, colored, living ou
First Etiect, near II northeast; John F.
Curtis, tho vender of plg-talls; Dr. J. F.
Haitlgan, who mado annutopsy; Patrick A.
McNulty and Patrick McArdlc.
After taking tho caso tho jury rendered
tho following verdict:
Tbat tho deceased, Patrick Dennett, caino
to bis death about 10 o'clock yestciday
mornlng from lacerated wounds of tlio
bowels, Initialed by John Mnhonoy, during
an afTrny. Tho Injury was done by kicking
a wj:i:k ov svxsatiox.
Tlio (Icncrul Gliuriieter of tlio l'lnys to
lia Seen To-iiIkIiI.
Of "Tho Shadows of a Great City," which
Is to begin a week's engagement attho Na
tional Theatre to-night, tho Hartford Cour
ant says : "The play, although announced
as a sensational domestic drama, Is entirely
free from shocking details or harrowing
situations, and tho scenery and stage ap
pointments among the finest ever seen In
this city. The mechanical nppurtcnauces
of tho prison sccno aro especially flue, and
although i duplicated, every part moved
with perfect smoothness. The last scene Is
nlto worthy of special mention, tlio Illusion
being complete, even to n safety vault nud
AUlAfOIl'l Ot'EIIV HOUSE " fANTASMA."
ThoIIaiilou brothers will produce their
great spectacular drama, "Fautasma," at
Albaugh's Graud Opcra-House to-ulght.
"Fnntasma" is said to bo different from any
spectacular play over given hero. With
corccous reencrv and claborato mcehaulcal
changes, It will bo set lusuch a way as to
dcllgut and interest tho spectators. Thu
bnllct will bo a brilliant feature of tho per
formance. Tho specialists aro first class
and tho company a good one.
JlEIIZOO's "STIIANOLEUt OP I'AltlS."
Tho "Sti anglers of Paris" willboglrcu
this week nt Hcrzog's Opera-Houso. It Is
n mclo-drama of tho most thrilling kind,
nud will afford cxcilcmcnt aud amusement
for all who appreciate that class of plays.
Special scenery has been prepared that It
may bo mounted In clcgantstylc. There Is
no doubt that it will prove a strong attrac
tion this week.
1IIME MUSEUM "JESSE JAME."
Tho attraction at Barton ,t Logan's Dime
Museum this week is tho Jesse James
Combination, with .Mr. Wm. Leo In tho title
role. Tills play treats of somo of tho prin
cipal Incidents of tho career of Jcsso James,
the famous Missouri outlaw, A trained
horso will add to tho Interest of tho per
formance. THEATllE CO.M1QIE Ot.OVE CONTEST.
Manager IMnaiil Sncllukcr of IhoTheatro
Comiquo has arranged nn entertainment for
Wednesday evening which will bo full of
Interest for members of the sporting fra
ternity. John Ashton, Billy Mnddcn's cham
pion, who bids fair to become n champion
pugilist, and Joo Denning, who has met
Mitchell, Pendcrgast, Brooke, and others
equally famous, will meet In a glovo contest
of six rounds, Marquis of Qucensberry rules.
Each will do his best, aud a most exciting
contest Is expected.
A Siminoii or Concert.
Theodore Thomas' famous orchestra Is
announced for two grand concerts lu this
city ou Friday and Saturday nights, Novem
ber 27 and '2 Miss F.mma Juch and Mrs.
J. W, Powell, tho favorlto contralto of this
city, will accompany tho orchestra on this
tour. Mis. Powell has just returned from
Dresden wbero sho has been under the In
struction of tho famous Lampcrtl, and her
many fi lends will rejoleo to 6co her with
such a stroug combination.
Miss Hattlo 'A, Whiting's concert takes
placo nt tho Church of Our Father to-morrow
night. Sho Is well known as nn at
tractive concert singer, aud will no doubt
draw her hosts of friends to this entertain
ment. Sho w 111 bo assisted by tho best local
r.iitcrtnluiiioiit nt ;ieiidnle.
Tho children of St. George's Kplscopal
Church nt Glendalo, Maryland, on tho Bal
timore it Potomac liallroad, will glvo an
entertainment on the evening of tho 10th
insiaiu. iucrowiu no laiucaux, music, re
citations and dialogues. It will bo n very
attractive entertainment mid the young
outs aro looking forward to It with antici
pation of much jileasuic.
Old Act-nuiitN Settled.
Tho Treasury Department lias mado a
ruling holding cx-Dlstrlct Commissioners
Pbcliis. Dent and Twlnlnc. from .Tulv 1.
1878, to November 29, 16711, responsible for
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loio, if, ..wtuium-i ..., igi
tho payment of $3,11)1.03,
liny Hrofrli Wool UmlcrwiMir,
at Kcep'e, 437 Seventh street northwest.
a ivy haul xotj:s.
Jlnlteisnf Interest dimmed Prom the
Tho Court In Genoral Term to-day ad
journed for ono week.
Justlco Merrick to-day, lu tho Second Di
vision Circuit Court, excused Walter D,
Wyvlllasa Juror for tho remainder of tho
Hcniy A. Wagner has petitioned for ill
vorco from his wife. F.lUa I). Wagner,
charging her with having committed adul
tery with dlffoieut paitlos.
Marriage licenses bavo been Issued as
follows' James E. Flynnof Baltimore, Mil.,
nnd AlleeS. Farrell of this city; James W.
Cox, Jr., of Albany, N. Y., and Margaret
ltlggs of this tlty; I'.inll Wagner of Now
lorlc city and Barbara V, Hclde of this
city J Martin White and Annlo Curts; J, J,
Allen and Itosa Sanford; K, A, Johnson
aud Lucia P. Ncldfelt.
"Alilrrney Dnliy WiiironH'"
Fresh Aldcruoy butter, cUurnod ovcry
morning aud delivered In 1 lb. "Ward"
prints, 45c. per lb. Also cottago choose;
buttermilk and sweet milk, Cc. per nt.
Cream, 15c. per pint.
Men's 4-button cutaway suit, Elseman, 7 ifc E
.liV AMl'.ttWAX M IHCIIIOXUSS,
Tlio ItiiiniiMllr Story of tlin lliiilglilor
of u New OrJcitu, Hunker,
Tlio first funeral over held In tlio
clinpel nt Spring Orovo Cemetery, with
tho riles ot tlio ltonmu C'nltiollc
Church, was cclubrnlt'il on Friday, snys
n Cincinnati special, when n woman
wllli n very romantic history was laid
to rest there. She win born an Amcrl
cnli girl, the daughter of .Ininos Hobb,
nml b)io tiled nt Chovlot Inst Tueiday.
She wni tho Jlnrchlonco do Sun
lloinnn, the wlfo of n HpanMi Marquis,
vtlinwimlho cousin of tlio Into (lueeii
Isabella II. of Stmln.
Jninci Hobb, her fnlhcr, wni, thirty
five years ngo, n wealthy banker in
Now Orleans. No was ulso connected
wllh the banking houso of Wlnslow,
T.nnlor &, Co., of Mew Yoik, Tho
JInrchloiieM was nt her death nbout
forty-live years old. The survivors In
her father's Tamlly nro two sUlcra, ono
Iho wlfo of Dr. Pnnconit of Philadel
phia, the other, 3trn. Mlllcnbcrger of
New Yoik city, nnd n bi other, the
well-known Slate Senator, James
Hampden Hobb, who carried til n
successful Issue tho Niagara reser
vation project. Mr., Itobb shortly
nflcr 1W0 went Into partnership
with tho Qticcn of Spain In building
tho gas works nt llnvnun nnd made
money by the venture. About tho year
1830 ho visited Madrid onbuslno with
the Queen nnd look with him his
daughter Isabella, a beauty and it br.ii
nette, not (pillo eighteen years old.
Tlicio Iho Mnnjuls (lu S.m Hoinnu met
her nnd proposed man lage. In 18.17
the marriage was celebrated nt tho Tulll
cries, tho Kinprcss Ktigenlo being one
of Hie witnesses. Her llfo was nfter
Unit nt the Court of Spain, near tho
Queen, whoso subsequent Ill-fortunes
she nnd her husband shared In later
years her married llfo was unhappy nud
she was only too glad to cmbraco thu
opportunity to come to tho bedsldo of
her dying father nt Chovlot, it suburb
of Cincinnati, early In 1832. Aft6r his
dentil her health declined. She ie
mnlucd at Cheviot nnd died thcro Inst
Tuesday, It wits by n special dispensa
tion of Archbishop Kldcr that she was
burled at Spring drove, iu a specially
siriXGixa uovxn Tin: auwLi:.
An Old Story About rroililont Jolinion
1 lie Grant-Johnson affair Is still being
discussed In nil parts of tho country, and
nearly tvery day somo one rushes Into print
with a new version of Mr. Johnson's notions
Just after ho becamo President. Somo of
tho friends of tho docoascd President dony
emphatically a recently-published statement
to tho effect that Mr. Johnson "swung
around the clrclo" as It has been put for
tho direct political cfTcct that It would liavo.
A gentleman who was an Intimato friend of
Johnson's Informs a Ciiitio representative
that Mr.Job.usou w otild novcr bavo taken tho
Western trip, but for tho fact that ho and
bis Cabinet bad been specially Invited and
urged to bo present at tho unveiling of tho
Douglass monument In Chicago. Tho Pros
dent did not invito General Grant and Ad
miral Forragut to accompany tho party as
stated, but they wero Invited by Mr. Sow
aul, tho latter knowing that the people of
tho West would naturally bo glad to eco
those tw o dlstlgulshed officers. And after tho
party reached Chicago, then and then only
was It deteimlned to extend tho trip. Mr.
Johnson had no intention of "swinging
mound tho circle," as his critics put It.
Tli Ante rlciui TmT C'oiigrcKi.
Tho representatives of Western racing as
sociations Thursday organized at St. Louis
what Is to bo known as tho Ameilcan Turf
Congicss. Mr. J, F. ltoblnsou was elected
prcldent, and 11, CI. Bruce of Kentucky
secrttaiy and tieasurer. llacing rules wero
amended In several particulars, aud It was
decided to license Jockeys. Ono of tho
principal changes lu tho rules was ono
which makes It impossible for any ono In
terested In any of tho horses In tho races to
act as a judge, and that a horso shall not
bo considered n starter for tho purposo of
settling bets until bo Is actually In tho
bauds ot tho starter. Tho fixing of dates
for tho dldereut spring nnd fall meetings
was not accomplished, as no satisfactory ar
luugemcnts could be reached.
Vor IVnrin Winter ;iov'H,
go to Keep's, 437 Seventh street northwest.
Tho new East Washington pailc, bo
tween Fourth and Sixth streets and II street
and South Carolina avenue, has been
named "McClellan Park." Congress, at
tho coming seslon, will bo asked for an
nppioprlatlon to erect a stntuo of tho lato
(Jcnernl In this park. Tho park Is rapidly
being Improved and will soon bo ono of
tho handsomest In tho city.
Mrs. Mary G. Wilkinson of 320 East Can
tol stiect, who has been Isitlng friends In
Boston, sailed Wednesday evening on tho
sieamcr inninam lor isuiumoro. alio ar
rled In Washington yesterday morning,
Mr. John Bottomly, tcnorpf St. Georgo's
Chapel, London, and ltlpon Cathedral,
Yorkshlie, sang tlio offertory at St. Mark's
Church, Third and A streets southeast, In
tho evening scrvlco last evening.
Bridget M. Fngan, a white woman, who
Keeps n grocery at No. 000 Third streot
southeast, was arrested last Saturday by Of
ficer llauko for selling liquor on Sunday.
A sail-boat was found adrift yesterday
morning by an employe of the Insano
Asylum. It awaits owneishlp at tlio asylum
An alarm from box 07 nt 1 o'clock yester
day afternoon was for tho burning of two
small frame houses, 411 and 4 IB Third streot
northeast, occupied by Luclnda Allen and
Taubcr Smith. Tho causo ot tho ltio could
not bo learned. Tho (lanugo to tho houses
Is estimated at $00. Fully insured.
Mr. Thomas Harbin, for many years con
nected with tho National Hotel, Is lying
dangerously ill nt bis residence, No, 11
Seventh street southeast.
Ofllccr Dalley, who was on sick lcavo last
week, Is again ou duty,
Itcbccca Bunyea, ngod 4 years, was run
over and horribly mangled yestciday after
noon uysirccicnr io. lunnuo corner oi
Seventh and East Capitol streets. Tho Utile
child's left leg was nearly severed from tho
body, lenderlng amputation necessary. Sho
was tonveved to her father's residence, No.
'J3 Seventh street southeast. Dr. Foul
Thompson was summoned and mado tho
amputation. The driver of tho cor, (leorgo
T. Hudh, was nrrcstod nud charged In the
Pollco Court this morning with assault.
Ball was given for trial. Tlio Injured child
Is a daughter of Mr. Emmcrt P. Uunyoa ot
tho War Depaituicnt.
John Sothem, 'colored, nnd his wife,
Emma, whllo returning homo on Good
Hopo Hill Saturday night, got Into u
wrauglo over domestic matters. John
woundup tho quarrel by beating hli wife,
llo was oircsttd and locked up.
The weekly Inspection of tho .Marino
Gnat d at tho Navy-Yard took placo this
Eight arrests Satuiday and nono yester
day. Suits to older, $2.'i and up. Elseman, 7 A E.
WILDING. On Frldny, November 11. 1RS.1,
at 10.30 p. in., Mlzabctli II. Srnilln of JMIn
buriih, beotland, bclovod wifoof W, (I, Wild
Inrr, In Iho 111 j ear of her ago.
Funeral from her lato lcsldoneo', 800 'J'hlr
tecnth stioet southwest, on Monday, at 3
o'clock p. m.
NICHOLS. On Friday, November 13, Henry
llobnrt Nichols, need 47 years,
Funeral from lute rcsldeuco, (WJ I, street
northwest, this day (Monday) at 2M p. in.
TUKVTrr.-In this city Saturday, Novem
ber 11,188s, nt S p.m., Mrs. Klttlo Johmon
Trovltt, beloved wlfo of C. L. Trevltt of Lin
bervlces will bo bold at the homo of her
mother, Mrs. L A. Joliiwon, 9.1) L streot north
west to day at U p. m. Interment at o.ik Hill
No. 3101'enna.ae, n. w bet, 84 and IK sts,
M'lint It (,'nsl In l.emo (lie World lu u
The rost of crciunllou by the now
company in this city, says the New
York Mtdleal Journal, will bo only
$25, The fact that a. person dying In
New York can lmvo suitable mortuary
rites performed for the comparatively
small sum of $23 Is most iiitcicsling,
nnd will, wo feel sine, do much to rob
denlh of Its terror. Dying In New
York Is n luxury, nnd ono nbout which
most people show a strange amount of
thoughtlessness nnd incoiislderatlon.
A cllfrcn can live Unco years In Ar
kansas for the price of u conventionally
lespectnblo Interment In New York.
Yet few take such a fact ns this into
tho slightest consideration in consent
ing to n demise. Wo me, Indeed, an
(iinlnlcd with one conscientious old
lrlh woman, with a complication of
diseases, who faithfully nttends the
Dispensary, becnuso sho Is "on her re
lations," and sho knows nud admits
they cannot afford to bury her.
Such n spirit deserves a lilstorleil
iccord and witlo circulation, The fact
is, wo mo much lu need of u society for
the cultivation, not or plain living, but
of plain dying. In theso hard times it
is often llttlo iess than criminal that n
man subject his estate to thu prolillc
expenditure of a funcrnl. Wo have
heard of a gentleman who, nt Iho solici
tation of his wife, gavo up tobacco and
thereby, in tho next fifteen years, saved
over $500, which nil went nt last for his
funeral expenses. Hero was certainly
ndlspioportlon between effort nnd its
result Hint Is most painful to well-balanced
minds, nnd very disheartening to
tho nntl-tobacco propaganda.
l'or Mcillenteil Neotrh Wool Under-
go to Keep's, 437 Seventh street northwest.
Now York Wloclc Market.
Tho following liavo tieen turnlsliod by .T,
Vniico Lewis, broker, southwest corner Bights
nnd (1 streets:
Den & lllo U.
Kan A Tex...
N Y Con
loi.J loi 2
31 1 'UK
Tox & Pa.
li Pacific .
Tho following summary Is by II. K. rialn &
Co., bt. Cloud building, Ninth uud F streets:
I). K. Tlaln Co., St. Cloud building, fur
nlohes tho following oil quotations: cloiod
Saturday, 107, Opened to-day, lOTJi; hlchost
ICTHi lowest, 107U: 2:15, 107M.
Men's Kcwmaikct overcoat. Klscmau llros.
HOW OFTEN MB YOU
Slneo wo Inaugurated our departure from tho
old worn-out business nictliods of bogus nd
vcrtUements, blowing nnd punlng, nsseitlons,
"startling descilptlonl" Wo novcr resorted
to these, and nro now advancing "now Ideas,"
"new plans," "new methods" nnd now llfo
Into e erydcpartincnt of our establishment.
Tho sensational price lists of so many ad
vertisers, so often exaggerated, tempt many
to revolt to tho old saying: "Well, all looks
well on paper," nnd glvo them n wldo berth.
Our system for square dealing Is an estab
lished fact. Our object to mako our cus
tomers our friends and advertisers has never
fulled. Therefore, wo appear, as usual, ovcry
week with our thnnge, offering something
new and oi Iglnnl,
Klglit plctcs of oxtrn fine nnd wldo Black
bntln Nolr, Just In from ono of tho largest tllk
and nitln sales c cr held In Xew York,
Lot 201-9 pieces, Si Inch, nt liSo.
I Ml 70 'J pieces, Winch, much better. (19c.
Lot 7 2 piece, 21 inch, extra duo, Silo.
Ixit 203-3 niece, 28 Inch, very llnest, 8!ic,
Tho cost oi Importation on thoso goods fur
cx( ceds the price wo oiler them to you for.
5 pieces All-wool (i-l Homespun, In oal
Drowns, nt l!Ui, less than half the actual value.
&0 pieces of Velveteen, all colors, l'Joi also
from I his sale.
2.1 plcios of fialln Molro, evening nnd street
flumes, Itlci goods aro slaughtered nt .Wo.
100 pieces of All-wool Vuk Lueo, all colors,
l?e; these goods wo sold for 180,
23 nieces of lU-lneh Mile Velvet, nil colore.
A feai ful cut Into tho balance of our Double
width bhort Knit Dress Hoods.
BO Inches, double-width, all colors, now lOo
30 Inches, double width, better, nil colors,
now ViKa to clo.o.
10 Inehos. dnublo width, still bctter.all col
ors, now 15o to close.
IJ Inches, double width, liner, nil colors,
4J Inches, doublo width, best, nil colors, now
20o to clofco.
All tl.o Miuilas, Cablo Twill and Canvas
Cloth, 10 Inches, 2.I0 to cloo.
Do not miss this opportunity, ns yousnrely
will litter bo ublo to find such uguln.
60 All-wool Jertey Coats, tight-fitting nnd
neatly made, S.'.im; Just In for tills sale.
ftoo Window Shades, Willi llxtures, boit
duality oiled linen, ssc; pluln, fancy centres,
nnd duilos. hecond lloor, carpet ilcpiutinoiit,
'Ibis Is auuther rare chance; bought for this
10 doz Ladles' and MIstos'Trlmmod Hats, ot
tho latest st)les,ti'ie, boeonil lloor, inlllliiery
depaitnieiit; bought for this salo.
5 bales of 10 1 White Illnnkcts, slightly
tolled, b5ei it'o sin ed on every pah- you buy.
(loud, heavy, homo mado ltag Carpet, 21u.
in tolls id nip Cariict, 13e.
Now 111 ill ill of largo Hmyrna Hugs, 31.91.
1(0 doz Men's L'nlauudered bhhts, linen
Cntlini mid riiimiitl Short lluds.
Canton l'lannel, lbs, 13c.
All-wool .Medicated Hod l'lannel, short ends,
Heavy Oroy Wool Flannel, 15o.
2,(00 iuds of Pleached Cotton, l'rldo of tho
felioit l.'nds. M10H lliulx. flliort llmls.
Any kind of Short Lnds; Just call for thom.
In Illnnkcts wu can show you from the
iliinpcst to tho host California.
In Wiupu, from the eheiipost Child's to tho
finest '.miles' Hllk Plush,
III Mllllnciy, from tho law-priced Straw to
tho llnest Imported Pattern Hut,
lu Carpets, from the ihoap Hemp to tho
best Lowell llody llrussels.
In Pliccs, fiom the cheap gi ado to tho finest
1'iL'iK.h Culf uud Kid llniut-feow'cd.
Double Combination Store,
iii a ii:ii:invciituKt.t4, r...
WASHINGTON, 1). O.
Wi 1!) (
f, 4 IK;
r-. I c.
fl IB S 01
n (u',i) ti m
10 1JW 10 IM
n n J! s
316-318 Seventh St. N.W.
The lion ninrclip toiitiircs midline; In
snyliiK Hint lis prices will lin found tlio
lnwf-Kt tolio mot with In IIiIh city, not
w ItliMlntidiiiK tlio iidinrtlsliii; or llnr
villus nnd KiiTiillcd ".Sncrlllccs" by so
iiiiiny oilier housex.
ftit tin "Bon itRki"
AntUnronvtiico(1 of Hh true HtiitmnontH
at nil tliucx Kxtrnoriltmiry vulitrH lit
Ciirtlinioruautl I'lir-top (IIovch ulll bo
n 11(5 roil IIiIh vookt ltiivint; clonoil u
nianuriicturer'H nuttrontoole nt our own
price Wu cmimorato a tovt vl.t
8fl doz (1 button length Cashmore Jersey
Oloies, cxtin lino quality. In black nnd colors,
nil sizes, t 5c. (Our regular stock prlco has
55 doz 0-button lensth AU-sllk Tafetta Jer
sey (Holes, llcceo lined, In black und colors,
(Wo cheerfully 1 of nnd money If snmo qual
ity can bo purclinsed for less than ISo else
where.) V.5 doz 8-biitton length Canhmero Jersoy
Gloves, now fall shade", In reality 11 COo glove,
our prlco 33c.
COdoz Cashmcro Olovos, ribbed top, finished
fingers, black and colors, ut 13c, usually To
talled nt Tic.
Ladles' Hand-knit 811k Mittens, black nnd
colors, something entirely now, ut SLID and
81, IS. (Must bo seen to bo appreciated.
Ladles' All-wool Mittens, nil colors nnd
sizes anil excellent quality, at SI, 23 nnd 35o.
1V 4iiinrmili'c I'rlcew.
m doz Lndlcs' Pur-top Dog-skin (llovcs.
llcceo lined, spilug fiistcnlngs, In black nud
colors, at SI. la, woithSJ.
An elegant nssortment of Cashmcro Jersoy
(,lo es nt 19, S3 and .TJe.
Colored Wool Mittens, nt 13, SI, nnd 29c.
(Wo lin Ito Inspection.)
10 doz Dogskin Mittens, fur tops, flooco
lined, best quality, nt Kv. (Wu consider
them cheap ut 31.19.)
Infants' Wool Mittens, whlto and palo blno,
nt 21 nnd sue, worth I ie.
FOR GENTLEMEN. '
A warm and, nt tho snmo time, dressy Olovo
of Scotch Wool ut JSc, usually bold nt lurnlsh
lug houses nt 75c.
A llrst-qunllty Scotch-wool Glovo at OJc,
regular prlco 81.
Men's AU-w ool lllngwood Gloves, whlto and
durk shades, nt CSo.
21 doz Dog-skin Glovos, fur tops, llcceo
lined, spilng fastenings ut 31,13, regular
'iho saino Glovo, sizes for boys, at 81.33,
23 doz Boys' .Scotth-wool Gloves, an elegant
quality, nt 23c,
A lnrgo nud curled nssortment of
WOltSTUI) I,i:OGIKGS nnd STOCK-
JNKTTI1 J.KGOINGS for Indies,
misses, children mid Infants.
Lailes1 Merino Underwear.
A member of our firm camo ncross n lot of
107 dozen of Merino Vests and l'ants, which
wero offered him nt n ridiculous low prlco,
Whllo not In need of thu goods, tlio prlco
teinotod tho buyer, nnd they wero bought,
As they cannot lie duplicated, wo do not wish
to placo them In our rcgtilnr stock, and con
cluded to run them off quickly, and
Is the rrleo which will do It, nlthongh we
know thoy ata worth no loss than SSe, and 11
lust-class nitlclout that,
The " Bon Marche."
316-318 Seventh St, N, W.
STRICTLY ONE PRICE,
DOTJG-LAS & BIBLCX,
522-524-526 Ninth Street (St, Cloud Building.)
ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRMBDIHAHY, DOH'T MISS THIS CHANCE,
An L'nslcrn rnanufnetmrr has sent ton, with Instructions Io sell nt once, his entire
stock of I miles' nnd ihlldrcn's MUSI. IN UMDIlllWllAlt, ,llOTIIi:it IIUIIIIAItli
J)lti:SS is, , I'lmN.w, i;te. Asour own stock of theocooils Isl cry complete, nnd
uiirspnco limited, wnshnll, lnordcrtodlpooof this lot quickly, glio tho ladles bar
gains never before olTcred, Wo will sell tho cntlro lot, couslstlng of over 1,000 dozen, nt
Iho uniform prlco of MB cunts. 'Iliolot now Includes:
Indles'NIght Dresses, milled front, neck
Lndles' Whllo Skirts, deep ruffle, full size,
Ladles' Chemise, solid tucking mid torchon
Lndlos' Drawers, tucked and deep lnco edg
ing. Ladles' Corset Covers, perfect fitting, tucks
and llnmburg edging.
Ladles' lAing Whlto Apron', tucks nnd
Ijidlcs' Dlnck Corset Covers, to wear under
children's Whlto Cnmbrlo Mother Hubbnrd
Dres"e, nil sizes,
Itifnuls' Long Slips, on inline, laeo trimming
nnd long sa'lies.
Children's Drawers, tucks nnd cmbrold
As It Is our purpoo to mako this offering
very nttraellio, wousk especial attention to
tho following llt of nrtlclcs nnd prices:
Ladles' 25o Cliffs, "Standard llrand,"our
best, nt 19c.
, Lndles' 230 Hniulkerclilefs, new doslgns, nil
linen, nt ltio,
.. Liidles l5o Handkerchiefs, new designs, nil
linen, nt He.
Lndles' line Gloves, cashmcro, excellent
I nluo, nt 23c,
Ladles' COo 01ovc, cashmere, very superior,
ZDOTJC3-IJ-A.S &c SK.O-,
522-524-526 Ninth Street (St. OlfM Building.)
A Chance to Buy a Home.
A Small Cash Payment, Bal
Lois 20 1'eet rroot) nvcrnglnp; About
100 Deep. IliuiRlng In
$200 to $400,
Is Situated lmmcdlutely nt tho east
ern terminus or tlio Colum
Pints or Hoscilulo will Ijo nt tlio
slnlilcs of tlio Columbia Unllrotul Com
pany, ICtli and II sts. n. a, nnd at tho
W. H. CLAGETT,
No. 819 Market Space.
X mth st bet I nnd K sts 11 w.
This new nnd olegnut hotel flat hou-o Is
now open for tho reception of guests. It is
handsomely furnished nnd steam heutod
throughout, haling all tho npimlntmcuts otn
Ilrst-class hotel, 1'ni'tlestant.ecuro suites with
jirli ato parlors and bath, or slnglo rooms (suita
ble for thoso desiring retired nnd luxurious ac
commodations). Llcctrlo bells and open iho
places In oi cry room. Tclephona station lu the
house, Meals pervcil tnbiod' lintu ami 11 la
carte. Location llnest lutho eltys convenient
to the Dennrtmcnts and bunks.
WELOKER'S NEW HOTEL,
yU, 73, 77 IStli Ht. X. W.
Ilcstauriinbsi la Carto.
WASHINGTON, D, C,
WASHINGTON, D, 0.
AEMY & NAVY HEADQUARTEEB.
louit iku. niiK kscipus
Ti:i!3IH":i.00 und $1,00 por liny.
Pennsylvania nvcnuo, near fourteenth stroot,
Special rates for bummer Months.
CLINTON IIOUSi:, 7T1I AND I STS.
n w; llrst-elnss tablo board and largo
rooms at rensonnblo rates; location central.
WSKO . NAYl.Olt, Proprietor. jy.l-tf
T. JAMKS' IIOTJ1I.,
Sixth street nud Pennsylvania ovonuo.
h. WOOllHUHY, Pioprlotor.
1323 T Btreet N. J , Opp, tho Ebbltt,
WASHINGTON, II. O.
(Tlio Clarendon, Saratoga Springs, N, Y.)
0. LOSUKABf, l'roprlotor.
Ladles' r,9oGloie, cashmcro, decided bar
gains, at isoc.
Children's 39o Gloves, cashmere, all slzos, nt
Ladles' (1,60 Corset, whalebone, not horn,
iJid'les' 8 Corset, "P. N" only 81.19.
Ijidlcs' 37 Aprons nt 23o.
Infants' Mo Itlbbcd shirts, cashmere, nt
Infants' 7o Knit Sncques nt 4Sc.
Ladles SI.BO Kid Gloics nt 81.
Lndles' Wo Hustles, net, ntJHo.
Ladles' T3o Hustles, ItoiicIi hair cloth, nt
Lndles' Mo lluslles, deer hair, nt 31o.
Lndles' 3io Hustles, deer hnlr, nt 21c.
25o Nurses' Caps nt li'o.
Lndles' 39a Hose, solid colors, whlto heels
nnd toes, at 21c.
Indies' 370 lloc, henvy balbrlggan, nt 21c.
Uidlcs' Wo Hose, solid colors, white feet, at
Lndles' COo Hoso, oxtra heavy, fleeced lined,
Ladles' Klo IIoc, nil-wool cashmcro, ut !So.
Hoys' 6O0 H030, hcniy, l'reneh ribbed, nt
MIses'33o Hoc, English, medium weight,
Lndles' 15o Collars, "Standard llrand," our
GRAND FALL OPENING.
1. Koliner & Bro.,
New Dry and Fancy Goods House,
li:i2 7lh st., bet. I. nml at n. w
Ifnvo purchased for cash a now and complcto
Hock of Fancy nud Seasonable
1J11Y GOODS, CLOAKS, WItAl'S,
iii.anki:ts, coji touts,
LADILS', Or.NTS' nnd
IIOSIllItY, (1I.OVICS, NOTIONS,
Diti:ss (iiiiii)s, i:ic
Which wo will (-ell cheaper than nny other
bouso on Seienth street.
007 PENNSYLVANIA AVICNUn.
Drcssos Elegantly mndo hi tho Lntost Styles
by I'lrst-clnss Artists. Tulloi-mado Suits n
Specialty, Dresses, cloaks nnd Mantlos Cut.
Fitted nnd Drnrcd nt llcasonablo Prices. All
Work Done with Promptness nnd l'ully (lunr
Black Dress Goods, Embroidorio3,
Laces and Trimmings.
710 MAUKET SrAOr, WASniNQTON D. 0,
urn. :r.oit:ii viiiti:.
I.AUin.S' TAILOlt AND HAlllT-MAKCIt,
7UO Seventeenth Street Northwest,
Will make Ladles' l)rescs, etc, during Sep
tember nnd October ntlho following prleos:
Cloth Costumes, Ijidlos' own materials, SI1;
Coals, S10: Newmarkets, SIS; lleatrlco, ill;
ItldlDg Habits, SIS; bilk Costumes, S15; Even
ing Itcceptlon Drcsi-cs, etc., SIS nnd upward;
cloth Costumes, oi cry thing furnished, from
SlOiothcrgarincnts correspondingly. Snoelnl
nttentlonto Wedding Ontllts, In which Mr.
Whlto has mado a great success. Cutting nnd
Fitting. Patterns made to order. segltf
1'UIJi STOCK OF
For Ladles, Children and Gentlemen.
WM, R. RILEY,
nilcr nnlldlnc. Cor.Olli nnd II NU.11.1r
No, 629 F STREET N. W.,
lVAHHIXWTOX, II. .,
Fire and Marine Policies
FIREMEN'S INSURANCE CO.,
Chnrtorod Iiy Congress, 18117.
Capital, $200,000, Surplus. $161000
NEW BUILDING, N. , Oor, Bnenth Street
and Loulslaaa Avenue,
ALIIEIIT A. WILSON, 1'iosldent.
T110S. PAIlKllli, Vice President.
C. W. IIOWAItD, Secretary,
It. II. 1IAZA1ID, Ass't tlcofy.
National Metropolitan Fito las. Co.,
010 l'n. Ae, N. AV., M'iisIiIiikIdm, I), U.
CASH CAPITAL, $100,000.
HDWAltD CLAltK, Trcs.
SAJIUEL CItOSS, Soo'r. uull-tf
SEAL SKIN VRAPS.
Seal Skin Sacques,
37 iucl.es Io M Inches long, from S10O to SJW.
I'liiln,,) n., roxuiid Hk link Tiliiiiueil,
ALL AT NKW Y01IK I'llICKa.
fipeelill lot iiT CLOTH NIlW.IIAlt
ICIlHillrvcl I rum llerlln.
LuiIIi-h', ?IIhhh' mid Clillilran'K I'm1
lu iitiuy Miiluty.
(lentlcmen'n DlUlllB nml Wnlltliip;
OiirrlitBO Itobos, Olovos mill (laimt
lets. ThoLnrgost nnd host beloetcd btoikorcr
oxhlblted In this tlty.
WILLETT & RUOFF
Hatters and Furriors,
QOB E'enn.ixei. .sro.
W. R. SPBARE,
010 V BTUIiET NOllTUWHUT.
Everything strictly flrst-olass nnd on tho
most reasonable terms, (Camp Cuulrs to hire
(or all occasions.)
Now York Slat'
Irom Cold Storage, Vermont.
Kxtin Cholco Klein and York Slate,
llxtrn Large Capo Cod.
Kxtrn Ijirgo and Medium.
Princess Pnpcr Slicll Almomls,
01 cents per Pound.
Very low. Largo Assortment.
Clncliuinll Sugnr-curcil Hams,
13 Cents per round.
Sugnr-curcil Urcnkfnst Ilacon,
Always Trcsh and Crisp.
Mnmlliclliig Jnvri ColTec,
Uxtrn New Sluckcrcl,
Extra cliolco, Natural color.
Puro l'ruit nnd Sugar (ivarranteil).
In lint glass Jars, loodoz. Only
8-1.50 per doz. tlrcat bargain.
428 Ninth Street, bet. D and E.
I'ltCJIIlIilH I'ASIIIiV TK.V,
At 50 CENTS A l'OUND. Only nt
11ISB ! Street.
IIAllllOUIl .V HAJIir.TON,
rlour, Wlno mul Clroeory Merclunts
OU to C1G Pctinii, Avenue.
J. VANOB LEWIS,
Stocks, Grain, Provisions
Lo Droit llulldlng, lllghth nnd Fats.
lly n special arrangement with tho "Now
York Oi en Hoards" I; can execute orders In
blocks and drain up to 10 n. in., nud for that
purposo my odleo will bo open In tho evening
from 7 to lu o'clock.
Trades In from 10 to 100 shares of Stock and
from 1,000 to 5.OT0 bushels of drain placed on
Iho "Open Hoards." on a margin ot 1 por cent,
ormoio, nnd no liability boynnd tho margl
deposited; S10 will buy 10 shares of StooKor
1,000 bushels ot drain.
Trades of not loss than 100 shares ot Stock
or O.Oiio bushels of drain placed on tho regu
lar Exchnngo on n mnrgin of S por cent.
Large aud Small liuantllle.s strictly on
Commission. Constant quotations over my
privntn wires, and orders executed nnd re
ported In from S to 0 minutes,
j. vanok i.mris.
CAMPBELL & CO,,
Stcclf, Grain, Provision and Petro
1 ISO l'UNJfA. AVU, (Upstnlrs.)
Dini!CTwini:TONi;wYouK & ciiicaoo
IVe OrTur l'lrst-Cluss 0 l'or Cent, llonds
fur Iiivestuient, AVhlch IVo Clin
Special attention given to Departmental
and other Collections. Iluy nnd sell Unlleil
Slates Uomls und All DIsti let Securities. We
DHAITS AND CIKCULAIt LETTKnS OV
CIIKD1T ON EUltOl'E AND THE EAbT.
TOWERS & GREEN,
XO. 11S3 r STltKKT NOI1THWU3T,
Wttkhlngton, I). C.
B. K. PLAIN & 00.,
Grain, Provisions, Petroleum
ST. CLOUD JlUII.IUNfl, 0T1I Ac V ST3-,
Washington, D, C,
City rercrentcs National Dank of the llo
Chicago CorreepoudenU-MILJIIXD, HOD
MAN & CO.
Constant nuitiitlont of tlio Chicago and
Now York Markets from dheot prlvute wires.
K D. LILLEY. T. A. KENDIfJ.
P. B. LILLEY & CO.,
IIANKllltS ANll llItOKUKS.
Etoclm, Bcndi), Qrdui Provisions and
11-.7 1' bTKEKT,K. W., WASHINGTON, D.O.
Hraneli onico-No. i South Holllday stroot,
liming recently lltted up u
In conneetlon with my PATENT 1'HOCRSS,
I ninpioiwrcd totiirulsh
ILLURTltATIONS AT NEW YOltK I'niOKS,
l'liotogiuplillitf on Wood for thu Trade.
118 ELEVENTH b'fllEET W. W.
P. W. CLEOO'H , .
Cniiililniitlmi I.ettur-Mieet mid Envelope
l'or Lottors, Notices, Hills, StntcinontH, Cir
culars of nil sizes; lu boxes of S!S, W, 100, iuo
CUlMKl I.ttJJeuth. ,
Will dltpense with Envolopos,
Will a o Weight lu Postage.
Will eavo Time und Trouble.
Tho l'ostoflloo stamps Mill show date of do-
lively. ,T. W. WATUItS,
1110 Now York ayenuo.
Sole Agt. for Washlnntou and Alexandria.