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THE WASHINGTON OIUTIO, MONDAY EVENING, DEOEMJ3E11 21, 1885.
itiUMftt Dally, Sunday! JCittpHd-
JIAI.LIIT KII.ltOUltN, President,
VT. SCOTT TOWJ'.US, Treasurer.
It. II. SYI.VllSTIMt, Secretary.
D loo, 3STo. 0tl 3D Sferooti
WASHINGTON. I). C.
lly Mall, postage paid, ono year -8I.JJ
UrMnll.Mstngo paid, six months. .. . 2.60
wall atinscripuons iniuriiiuiy in umuiwui
THIS WASHINGTON OHITIO,
Washington, I. C.
kichauii ii. HYi.viarint, - - iMitor.
WASHINGTON. I). Q.,I)i:0. !il, 1835
Tun detectives wboundcrlooli to cnpturo
the fugitive Jtidgo Dawn of Aliskn Ind to
get up very curly In the morning oven to
Keep In sight of blui.
Since tlio Into engagement of Salvlnl In
Boston n joclcty craio )m broken out to
learn Italian. Its victims will In time no
iloulit succeed In becoming ns unfamiliar
with tliolaiigiugoas the gre it tragedian Is
It is salil of riillailclplitn tliat the fcliool
kachcrathctonropaid lets ami more lrreju
tail than In nuy other city of the country,
nml "poor pay, poor teach" Is a natural
i onseouctirc. It Is tlmo tho Quaker city
was moving up a little nearer fiont.
The Toledo Ike has tlio audacious Impu
dence to speak of the Jackson Democratic
Association of Washington ns "that holy
lit old mosibacks." 'I ho association can
do no less than retort with a resolution that
the ulltor of the lice Is a Dtm. .Tack. Ass.
Tin: Xcw York Than has come n llttlo
vny Into the Held of Illustrated Journalism,
mid to-day, having borrowed one of the
J'aibi CI) tiplilc' charts, show Ing the lliictm
tlous of tlio stock market, prints It as "visi
ble proof of the treachery of the Repub
lican District leaders."
Tin: Creeks aro In favor of n regular ter
ritorial organization for Iho Indian nation
and will petition Congress to that effect.
They havo not yet reached the high grado
of civilization which prevails in Dakota, or
they would have started out with a couplo
of United States Senators.
'Soutoeiin llr.rnEJENTATtvES," says tho
rhiladelphia 1'ieis, "are to bo congratulated
upon tho fact that not ono of their number
opposed the bill granting a pension to Mrs.
(Irani." Not nt all. Tho Southern rcpre
scutallio does not need to bo congratulated
because he is a gentleman.
Tins Is tho shortest day of tho year, esti
mated by tho duration of light. It Is nine
hours and tiiciitj-thrco minutes between
sunrleo and sunset. Tho remaining four
teen hours and thirty-seven minutes of the
day are supposed to bo of tho darkucss that
hobgoblins, nlght-onls and gas companies
most delight In.
A ciirEitrL'l. table Is going the rounds to
thow how much cheaper sugar, lard, coffee,
Hour, rlco and various other articles of food
aro now, to what they were In 1870. It Is
not accompanied by a comparative table,
showing the difference between that tlmo
and this In the purchasing poncr of the
people. Cheap food Is ono thing, good
The rhiladelphia -Vein 6js that tho
House of Representatives has been convert
ing Itself into a holiday mob for tho glory
of William li. Morrison. Fcoplo hero in
Washington don't see It In exactly that
light. It was, on the whole, a very good
liatincd sort of a lovo-fenst. Nobody Is
greatly glorified and nobody much hurt, that
wo hate heard of yet.
A man hasbecu arrested at Council llluffs,
Town, who announced thathowas on his
way to this clty.to kill President Cleveland
"In order to rid tho country of Democrats."
31c evidently thinks that there nro veiy few
Dimocrata In tho country, and as evidently
docs not believe, with somo of tho mem
bers of that party, that Cleveland Is not n
Jin. Khlfa's address at Ford's Opera
House last night was an able and eloquent
exposition of tho Irish question. Were a
minister to bo selected to represent usat tho
Court of Dublin, tho President would have
no difficulty In finding tho proper man and
thcro would bo no nonsensical technicalities
sprung against his reception. Nor Is tho
dream of Irelaiid'slndcpendcnco any longer
Scnatoii r.VAitTt may indulge In long
sentences now and then, but ho has a long
head and a long memory. When lu his
speech on the Succession bill ho nsked If
tho framers of the Constitution would havo
liein likely to Icavo such a loophole to tho
Presidency as that Senators could vacate It
IhcniBcli es, as for examplo by Impeachment,
mid then fill it themselves, ho doubtless to
numbered a memorable occasion in our his
tory when as counsel for Andy Johnson )io
helped defeat a conspiracy to put Hen Wado
Into the Whlto House.
Senatoii Hawlev of Connecticut was
lomin North Carolina where no w cut to
school to Mr. Joseph Patterson. When tho
Senator's father took his departuro from
tho old North State, ho left behind him au
unpaid bill of $10 duo Mr. Patterson for
jouug Hawle)'s tuition. Tho other day
Mr. Patterson sent tho bill to .Mr. Hawlcy
nud received lu return n check for the
amount due. Tho Mil was paid with pie is
tire, Mr. Hawley wroto. It tcrtalnlyshould
have been paid in that spirit for that ten
dollars' wotth of tuition helped to mako a
llutrato newspaper man and nvcry good
The Indian Is getting along In civiliza
tion. Ho has begun to rival tho gentleman
from tho country who puts up at a city
hotel and Is next morning found dead lu his
lied. A sachem, rejoicing lu tho namo of
Yellow Bag, and ono of tho Comancho
bosses, went to Port Worth, Texas, last
Saturday, to buy somo Chi Istmas presents
for his people Ho Indulged pretty freely In
that fluid which history tells us was first
given to tho aborigines by Ilcndrlck Hud
eon, and It was lato when ho went to bed at
tho Pickwick Hotel. Yesterday afternoon
ho was found dead from asphyxia, Like
the gentleman from tho country, ho had
blown out tho gas.
Tub ItErum.icAJ.8 and Democrats In
New York allUo think that no better appoint
ment could have been mudo than that of
the Hon, John Slgclow ns assistant treas
urer In that city, They also ngrco that Mr.
Acton, whom Mr. Illgcloiv succeeds, Is a
Tcry excellent gentleman, having nothing
of UieofTensIro partisan about him, and that
lio has been a very cfllclcnt ofllccr. Hut not
any further than this do tho Now York
Democrats and Republicans continue lu tho
anio way of thinking, 'iho latter say that
Mr. Acton's caso was similar to that of Mr.
Pearson, who was reappointed postmastor,
and that to carry out bis record and bo con
sist! nt, President Cleveland should hivo
continued Mr. Acton In office. Tho Demo
crats, however, do not lay much stress on
the Inconsistency business. They say that
the tzront mistake made was In tho reap
pointment of Mr. Pearson,
Some of tho ministers In tho North aro
complaining that tho attrncllvo Sunday
(dlllons of tho newspapers keep people
from the church. In this thuy admit that
tho newspapers nro more Interesting thin
they arc. Iho ministers must wako up;
tlicy will uover havo tho numerous constitu
ency they ought to hno ns long as they
allow their esteemed contemporaries to get
scoops on thcui.
A UooA One nn IIIniM'ir.
Congressman Davenport tells tlio New
Yotk Tribune this story nbout his expe
rience at tho (lllsey House on' his arrival
thcro lastwecki "I didn't say anything
about what kind of a room I wanted, but
sent my belongings up-stalrs by n boy and
followed at my leisure. I opened the door
of my room and stepped Into n parlor halt
aslmgonstho lobby of tho hotel. 1 wan
dered across nnd opened another door nud
found myself lu a bedroom nearly ns hrgc.
A door to this led Into n capacious kith
room nnd another door toil second bedroom.
Off the second bedroom was another bath
room nnd n small room llko a sitting room.
I went down stairs and told them they had
made a mistake that It Was the other fel
low who was elected Governor, and that I
guessed I could get along with n single
room nnd bnth room. I can't afford to bo
rated higher than n Congressman If that Is
tho way they treat Governors."
An llvpciiMlvc Luxury.
Subscriber (to country editor) I shall
have to nskjouto 6top my pupirfor the
present, Mr. Shears.
Country lldltor What's the matter now?
Subscriber Can't nfford to take It. Too
ninny Uiilstinas ndicrtlscnicnts. My wife
icuds'dn nt hi eakfnst mill dul cites tlio lest
of tho day to spending money. Cut it oft
for the present. N. Y, Sun.
Mrs. Itrlynr of tho British Legation h,ia been
V Mllng Mrs. Ouiy In Now York.
Mrs. Thomas Illddlo and Iho Misses Ulddlu
nrellilngat Wormloj's Annex, 1502 I street,
Tho dunning Mrs. Llvlngtnn Mason of Now
poit Is ilsillng Mrs. Philip Philips ut 17WH
Among tho n lies of Congressmen to bo hero
niter tlio liolld 15 swill be Mrs. lllnndtindMrs.
Heard ot Missouri.
'Iho engagement Is. nnnnuoml In New York
of llounly Trnicrs, son of Win. It, Travcrj,
nnd Mis Gummell of Nowimrt.
Mr, and Mrs.llilloy Willis his o taken n.
Iioiish on N stuet for tho winter. Mr. Willis
It n son ot N. I' Willis, the ioot.
Mis. nnd the Misses Dlddlo havo Issued
cauls for two receptions on the afternoons of
December 22 nud 20, from I to 7 o'clock.
Coirinnndcr A. Schiijlcr Ciownlnslileld ot
thoNniy Advisory board hns taken the homo
No, 182J Jefferson I'lnce, for tho winter.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Oeorgo Lothrop Ilrndley nro
comfortably located in their residence, corner
of Twinty-flrst and 1' streets, for tho winter.
Miss Cleveland will only Invito tho ivlvos of
ineinleis of tho Cabinet to receive with
her nt tho President's reception on January l,
Miss Rosebud Jonas, who spent soiernl
white u with her mint, tho wlfo of ox-senator
.Toiins, at tho Portland, Is visiting fi lends lu
Mr. William l.'ustls Corcoran, tho handsome
grandson of Mr. W. W. Corcoran, will spend
tho Christmas holidays hero. Hols at present
u student nt llaivnrd.
The wlfo of Senator Stanford will not ro
echo on tho Senatorial reception day Thurs
days but will bout homo Informally to her
friends whenever they may mil,
Mrs. Prniices McNeil Potter of Now Hamp
shire, nlceo of the Into President Plerco nnd a
lady well known lu Washington, has taken
quarters for tho season at 1821 II street.
Mrs. Elliott P. Shephnrd, ono of tho daugh
ters of tho Into Wm. II. Vnndcrhllt, Is now nt
Florence with her husband nnd flio children,
but will return v cry shortly to New York.
Assistant Paymaster John S. Carpenter, U.
S. Naif, Is hereon a. visit from tho Ynntlo
nt Norfolk to remain over hiiiiday, and is
iisiuug ins uneio, ray inspector iTtuiK u.
Cosh), at No. 1W18 Massachusetts uieiiuo.
'I ho Princess Perdlnando Colonna presented
her husband with n son nnd heir on the 1Kb
Instniitat tho residence of her mother, Mrs.
John W. Mucliay, w Ifo of tho bonanza khigr, lu
Falls. 'J ho oung pilnco has nhcady ro
iclstd six names.
A number of thn "roso buds" of this city
went to AiinnH)lls Bntiinhiy to attend tho
cadet's hop nt thu Naval Academy, Thvso nro
held each other Saturday night, nnd tho oill
cer'shops take plat o tho Inten enlng batur
ilajs. Mrs. lioss liny Isenjojlng nilslt from her
two ilmrinlng daughters, Mrs. Qualtrough,
w ifo of Lieutenant tjiiultrongh, U. H. N., anil
Mrs. llnrrlson, wlfoof Lieutenant Harrison of
tho htcoml Artillery. Mrs. Ihurlson n 111 Join
hi r husband nt his post on tho fi on tier Imme
diately nfter Christmas.
Tho Itaroness Pain, wlfo of tho Hull in Min
ister, who Is nt present lu Kuropo, has beon
seriously 111, but Is now convalescent, and the
Daron will coon Join his colleagues here,
Mndnino 1 uin w 111 not leturn to this country,
'Iho llnron will Join her again cany In spring,
Mrs, Pendleton, wlfo of tho American Min
ister nt llerlln, has Introduced there, or
rather continued, thedioo'eloek "teis" that
wtio such an attractlio fc.ituroof their life
here. Ihey havo nt onto become tho eicnt
ot tho dny, nnd Mrs. Pendleton welcomes to
tho legation nil thu but known people In so
ciety. 1'iliiccs, Dukes, Mnrmils, itc., predom
inate. At u recent entertainment In honor .of tho
birthday of tho Crown Princess, tho English
and American Mlnlstcis were tho only "out
siders" linlteil to this purely Informal nnd
family affair. Iho Misses Pendleton onjoyad
tho event and write lu glowing terms of tho
number ot children present, hhe snys thoy
wire nil, more or less, pretty nnd decidedly
Mr. Mark B. Hatch, who wns married hero
Thursday to Mtss Kiilllo ll.Owtn, is tho son of
Omernl John P. Hutch, colonel Second Cav
alry. Ho hna been residing for a number of
jenrspast nt bun Antonio, Toxas, but on his
return with his bride from their w edding trip
will take up Idsfutuio rcsldenco at No. Hill
Sunderland Place, In this city, Mrs. Hatch
I tho daughter of tho lato Mis, Hamuli E.
Iho Court at Ikillii was recently ordoicd
Intomourning for tholutoSpniilsh Klna'.n writ
ten description of the mourning to bo worn
accompanies tho order. Por tho llrst week
all black, tho second week black with whlto
bonnets and gloves, the third week pure whlto
must I o worn, and mir)bodynppo,irlngat
Comt Is obliged to follow this order to tho
letter. Miss Mnry Pendleton hns longslneo
abandoned tho use of her trutthes nnd now
walks with perfect enso. ,
Miss JesslB Holland, n wealthy hsboss of
nn old 1 much family, and Prolojsor Pro I.
(rev- nnnhi.w nf Knrl firm'. Vitrllnlmli..,.
land, L'uglnnd, nro to be married to-morrow
near Moiilical dioy Is sovernl yoars joun
per thun his brldo, nnd lately, for loi o of her,
abjured tho Protestant faith and hocainon
member of tho Clnn eh of tho Ocsu, On tint
occasion Miss ltollnud neted us the proselj tu's
godmother. According to tlio rules of tho
Uiurch, which nro strictly observed, n man
ennnot marry his godmother. To enable tlio
pair to marry a dispensation had t tiereforo to
ho obtained from tho Pope.
first Lieutenant Jnnics C, Ord, Twenty fifth
Infantry, w us married nt his station, l'oit
Mciulc, Oak., but Tuesday ciculiig to Miss
Anne Wilson, tlio daughter of Post Chaplain
Duild Wilson. 'Iho ceremony wns porfonnod
lu tl u post chat el by Dr. WlUon, and wns
attended by all tlio officers nnd ladles of tho
post, with whom both tho brldo and groom
nro great fmorltos. Mr, Ord Is tho son of tho
ate Major I'lncidus Ord, V. a. Army, who was
killed In IbVi) In Toxas, and a nophew of tho
lato Major (fetiei nl JMwurd OllmiuresapOrd,
U. H, Arm of Dr. Jntnes I.. Ord, U, H. Army,
ami Judgo Paclficus Ord ot this city. If ho bo
half ns good n husband ns ho Is n faithful son
nnd devoted brother, tho brldo Is very fortu
nate. Tin: sonii or tub si:,v wind.
How It slugs, slugs, sings.
Mow lug "harnly from tlio sea lino,
With nn edge of salt that stings;
How It laughs aloud, nnd passes,
As It cuts thu cluso Llltl-grussos;
How it slugs nualu nnd utilities,
How It shakes the stout sea thlstlis
How It sings!
Row it shrieks, slalcks, shrieks
in tho crannies of iho headland,
In tho gashes of tho creeks;
How It shrieks oncomoiu, and oatches
I'll tho jellaw fonm It imtchas;
How It whirls It out und over
To the corn-Hold and tho eloi er
How it shrieks'
Row It roars, i oars, roars,
Ju tho iron unite r-cavtrns,
In the hollows of thu shores;
How Itroars anew, and thunders,
As tho strong hull splits and sunders;
And the spent ship, temptost driven,
On the reef lies rent and rlicu
How It ioji's!
Row It wnlls, walls, walls,
In thn tmitlo of tho wrtckngo,
In tho flopping of tho sails.
How It sobs away, subsiding,
Llko u tired child after chiding;
And across tho ground swell rolling.
You can hear tho hell-buoy tolling
Row It walls'
Austin Dobjon In the Independent
NOTTS ANIt nossir.
Mil. Hr.Miv Vim.aiiii hns left llerlln for
New York, nnd Is opected homo In n fow
Tim Zoological Harden fund of Philadel
phia Is steadily giowltur. It now amounts
Or Tiir.SrNATcms In Congress, twenty-six
keep house, llftien llvo nt hotels and lb.
lest tnke private boaid,
At a citAitirr rAin in llerlln tho Crown
Pilnccss of Germany has been selling sau
snpis tit$X nplico nnd spongo oako nt $1
Ex-Sevatoii Aixxaniif.ii Riiisr.r of
Minnesota Intends to enter upon tho prac
tice of law nt Detroit ns soon ns ho gets
through Willi tho Utah Commission,
Rlv. Dlt. Jons P. Nuwmvn Is mentloued
ns likely to bo called to the pastorato of
St. Paul's Church, New Yoik, tho term of
Dr. Day, tho present pastor, haling ex
pired. On an im'oiimai, ballot taken by the
senior class at Dai tmotith College for tholr
commencement orator tho voto wns as fol
lows: J. G. Illaluo, 18; 11. P. Butler, 3, and
J. 11. Lowell, a.
HrNitv Paiikman Summs, who won u
Liberal scat lu tho Tory stronghold ot Dor
setshire, Is nu American, born In Iloston In
1817, and married a daughter of Viscount
Hampden, late Speaker of tho Homo of
"How can I always win monoy nt
poker" writes an noxious subscriber to n
Western editor. "How do 1 know?" le
pllcd Iho Journalist: "If I could do that, do
you suppose I'd bo fool enough to edit n
new (paper." Puck.
Majoii Hlaim:, tho brother of James (I,
Illnlne, wholsnowin Now York, sajs It Is
absolutely untrue Hint the ofllco of Secre
tary of Stato was over promised to William
Walter Pliclns, in caso of Mr. Ulaluo's elec
tion to Iho Picsldency.
A tow) Geiiman nutON, Wolf von
Schlcrbraiidt, is to bo the companion nnd
secretary of Prcderlck II. Winston Of Chi
cago lu tho United States legation nt tho
Court of Persia. Ho Is now n reporter on
ono of tho Chlcugo papers.
Dit. Clai'IIAM Penmnoton of Hnltlmnro
has accepted a commission In tho Servian
army nnd has entire charge of tho volunteer
midlcal scrilco at Relgrndo. Mrs. Pen
nington Is nt Ylcnnn with tho family of Mr.
Lee, secretary of tlio American Legation
Mn. Jri rrnaoN Davis Hiix, ono of tho
editors of tho ,1iuie Trade llcilrw of Now
York, was recently In tho South and called
for tho first tlmo upon the gcntlcmin nfter
whom ho wns named. The lato Confederate
Pi esldint received hlni with great cordial
'jr. HOLIDAY GOODS.
REDUCTIONS IN DRY GOODS
Trunnel & Clark
Mil MAItKl'.T Hl'ACi:.
IlaTopi'ECIAI. BARGAINS In
All-wool Tricots, 50c.
l'liinllniicln Cliitlis, 0-1, nt $1.00; re
duced from $1.75.
Somo lerv cliolto Combination Dress
Suitings, will bo sold lory low.
Oriiml llniciiln In ltlurk Milts; ono
Special llurguln $l.fl(! should bo ox
iiinlncd. An clcgnnt lino of 1'itlllo Finncnls
Sm ills nnd other ivemcs, In bliiok unci
oliirs, nt low prices.
" Wo inn on Rrcntjoli In T.npln's 111 note
CiiHhmuro, (iiinl. O;fi0c; II., 00o cumo
mill look ntlhoiu.
Wo nro clnnlnet out somo llouvy
CluiikltiKsiit -". price.
Grand bargains In Table Linens, Napkins,
Towels, Tidies and other Piiuoy Linens.
A Job lot of Full Regular Hosiery, ribbed, for
children; former price .'iTJdc; nowSDo, Thoso
aro selling fust.
Also a full lino of Ladles' nnd Gents' Un
der enrnt popular prices.
Also Handkerchiefs, In linen nnd silk, ut
Wo baio somo special bargains In Tlno
Blankets; In somo eases SI to SI it pair loss
than usual. All wo ask is an examination.
Ono Price Only.
TRUHNEL& CLftRK, All Market Space,
Plncojour orders early this weok If vou
should ho in want of a DRESS SUIT for New
I am now offering tho most oxtcnslvo nnd
eonipleto stock of goods suitable for tho
I have over shown. All marked at prices In
keeping wlthjour SI. Hterllng Hllier-hoad Mn-
Inecn Onnos and our SI W Sterling Mlier-hcad
Twilled Silk, Paragon Framo, Umbrellas,
In nil tho deslrnblo material".
IHCUAKl'AbT JAOHIiTs In sllk.velvo-
teen. cloth, reps, cto , S5 nnd upivurd.
CA11DIOAN JAUKKTS, In good cpialltlos,
from SLW up.
BllJri'J.intS, choleo lino just opened, In
silk, cashmere nnd wool, fiom SOo up.
UMllltKLI.AS In silk, Windsor silk, gloria
cloth, mohnlr, alpien nnd gingham, with
gold, sllicr, silver mounted, fancy
woods and natural handles.
CANi:S A i ery tholco lino n It li gold, silver,
enried nnd natural heads.
SUS1m:nii;iin. cmtnoldercd satin, plain
satin, silk, cto,
NKCK Wl.'Alt In tho latest shapes.
(1I.OV1.S, lined nnd unlined.ot tho lending
makes and stylos,
IIOSIKHY in cashmcro. lnerluo, Scotch wool
lIANDKintCHlin n In Jnpnneso, Pongcos,
fancy silks, lluin, etc.
My lino of Toilet Sets, Hair and lllncklng
llriish bets. Shaving Cases, Collar and Cuff
Dotes, Wicker Work Itaskcts In now
shapes, and many other articles In
fancy goods will bo found
to bo i ery complete.
riioiomcAni ai.iiu.vis, just opened
a lino stock of French goods, holds
Cabinet und Imperial cauls,
-W. 3. TH5BL,
o:is it.xxa. avi:.
J. "W. DIHJ-V'S,
XIXTII mid 1'A. AVI!.
Wolnilto our frlonds nnd patrons to In
spect our dlplay of Plush and Loathor Goods.
In addition to them wo havo a largo stock of
Manicure Goods nnd Panoy articles specially
designed for Holiday Presents.
A discount of 10 per cent for cash on Holiday
437 SEVENTH STHEET N. W.
O. P. BURDETTE,
CUT GLASS AND CHINA WARE.
POTTERY AND PORCELAIN,
llleh Cut fllim, J'llio l'lntocl tVnro,
l'nrlor Lumps and
Foreign Puncy Clnods,
bUITAULU POll HOLIDAY PJtESENTS.
M. W. BEVERIDGE,
1000 Pcnna. Avo,
Tlio Sncred "Whitu llloplintit Is ilcvl;
turned Ills toes up tu thu ilnlslus iitul
gonoto join tlio grent .Tmnbii In tlio
rcnttns of clephnntluo bliss, thcro to
nwnit tho coining of tliu rututilnlni;
members of tlio tilo, Wnshlngton's
White Llcpiinut, who Is feeling pretty
sick nbotit tliln tlmo. A consultation
of physicians litis developed tlio fuel
tlint ho is sulTerltig from "pereotm,"
which Is tlm medical term for having
bitten oft tnoro than he can chow.
Jlcnnwhllo tlio Golden tinglo Olnlh
Ing Company nro pursuing tlio even
tenor of their ivny; contributing their
cITorts to make thousands of lmppy
homes in Washington by tlio raro bar
gains lu Men's nnd Hoys' Clothing
which nro on exhibition nnd for sale nt
Iho northwest corner of 7th nnd D sis.
This week especially wo would re
spectfully nsU you to tnko n peep in
our hnndsomo show windows, or, bet
ter still, stioll through our oxtcnslvo
establishment. It will tnko but llttlo
time; it will place you under no obliga
tion to buy, nnd you will probably
lenm something it will benefit you to
know. Of ono thing you can rest as
sured you will sco or bo shown with
politeness nnd nttcnthm n complete; as
sortment of clothing for men, youths,
boys nnd children, tlio eijunl of any lu
the hind In point of artistic; excellence,
nnd nt prices that it will nt onco con
vinco you ivc nrc "pnr excellence" the
pioneers of fine clothing nt popular
prices. If you see lu our houso an
overcoat marked Slfi Hint you havo
been asked $25 for olsowhoro, do not
bo surprised; It is a fair sample of rel
The Gotten Eagle Clothing Co.,
Northwest comer 7th and D Sta.
J. M. GltADV, Mnnnpor.
(All Blue Signs.)
The nttcntlon of tho trado Is called to tho
largo stock of CANDY In storo nnd being
manufactured at tho establishment of
Geo. J. Mueller,
314 2? 023.3X0. AiroaTlO.
"TIIIAIlUUAIlTllllS l'Oll CANDIES.
JIanufiictitrlne Confectioner, 410 Sovcnth St.
Lnrcest, 1 re?lict and Purest Stock of Flno
Confections In tho City.
Prcnch JIIxturcs..20o per ID, Olbs for $t
I Ino Mixtures i " " D " 81
fcupcrlor Mlxtures.40 " " a " 81
Atneilcan JIIxtures.18 " " CH " St
jlroKcn cancly 13 " 7 " SI
Lnrso assortment of Canity Toys, Candy
Ilnskcts, Cnnes, Anchors, Mckrhs, oto. Pull
assortment of JIalllaid's flno Chocolnto and
Confections; also now crop Fiench Fruits,
Qlaeo, etc.. cto.
X Ml'nTINtl or tjii: STOOK-
holdcrs of tho Wash ncton llenoflcln
j:ndoomcnt Assouiatlon will ba hold at 8
o'clock p. m , on Holiday, 18th January, 1SS0,
at tho office of tho Association, Oil P stniv,
for tho pnrposo of electing nlno trusteos.
1IOIII.UT II. DONALDSON, President.
LAWHr.NCi: HAHHNKII. hecrctnry.
i55o OWING TO THU U1SATII 111'
lusty Jirs. Kl'crann, tho storo will not bo re
opened untllTueiday inornliur.
n-jgvtoi'nou or this u. s. i;i,uc-
l2& T1II0 LIGHTING Co.,
No. W1 Pi VN, Al K. X W..
Wasiiimitoi, D. C Doo. St. 1RS3.
AFeinlnnnuiildlildotidof TWO DOLLAltS
per tharo has been doclared fiom tho earning
of tho company upon the capital stools to Jan
uary 1, lhtd, payable at tho Central National
Hank, January o, Itiffl.
Iho hooks for tho transfer of stock will bo
eloked by tho treasurer ou DocomberSJ, J3b3,
and rcniuln closed until January fi. lbSll.
lly ordernf tho Hoard of Directors,
HA.MUPL NOKMLNT, President,
WILLIAM DICKhON, Scerotarv,
8UVM0UU W. TULLOCH, Treasnicr.
nTTxiiKitnic i'h.iiton co
ItS Wasiiinhton, D. 0., Doo. 10, 1SS5.
'Iho annual meeting ot tho stockholders of
thollerdlol'haton Company will bo held on
TULbDAY, Janiiaiy 1U, lBSfl, at IS o'clock
noon, at tho olllco ot the company, northeast
corner 10th and Osts s o, Washington, U. C,
for election nt trustees to servo forthoensu
Initycar. nnd tho trnusnetlon of such other
business as may eomu beforo tho meotlnt;.
T. II. DIXON,
A CIIIUVT.'IIAS OAKI)
1'or thosu who liurehaso usGrut hol
iday presents. (Inriict black Bilk at $1;
north Sl.'i'i. Doiiblo-nldtli cashmcics (black
andall(olois), USo. ltoiil cnslunorcs, liiia.
Lnrso whlto blnnkcts, us low us SI. 13 n pilr.
Kxtia lone, full regular, colored hosii, Jc;
eleiheio85o. Llui'iituhlodnmask.iis low as
lOo. Jloiiotrnim -l-lmttoii kids, $1,V!S, bill:
innhrellns, S1.U3 unci up, etc., oto.
Ladles' and Knits' undcrw ear at inanuf actu
iers' prices, Lutlio stock ut lowest prices ever
DItODIIKAD & Co.,
007 F it, near Oth, n iv.
nr3MV. 1'. IANNAllONIl,
lla 1J15 V st n iv, Washington, D. 0.
Kpeclaltles: Poielirn Produce, Wines and
Liquors. Italian Piotluco u specialty.
SOUTH CAPITOiTaND I) STS, 8. W.
General 'iTiinsfcr Agency. Hafos, JIaehlncry
and Pinto Olnss movlnir u Specialty.
'I ele phono, 871 ii. solO
IVASIIINni'ON HAVIi DIH'OaiT
010 Tonna. Aio. Northwest.
Tho Company will rent small prlvato safes
In Us new
nm: and iiDnai,ATt-pitooF vaults
from 80 toSlOO, according to s!o.
bllicr Plato nud artlclus of vnluomnybo
stored nnd Insured for ntiy length of tlmo at
nv-saTIir. OAl'-STONi: OIOAltS, Till!
6a last and tho best; try them; also tho
La Manilla and challeiijo clears, For snla
vi holesnlo by W. b. llooso, lSkl Pa nvo and cor
15th and 1' sis ii w.
l'HACTK'AL IIOOIC AND JOB
1238 Pcnnn. nio.. Washington, I). C.
KTl'lno Printing n spoclalty.
.!1Q Ninth hi root, lie tu eon I) und U.
rSfjEITA IIUNTON JBrP CIIANDLCIl
Its of Virginia. of Missouri.
IIUNTON .V CIIANDT.KK,
Will practtco in thu Supromo Court ot the
United Mates, tho Court of Claims, tho courts
of the, Illktrlct of Cnlumhln, beforo tho Com
mittees of Congress and tho Depurtmonts,
, Oltlc os Nos. an, 118 and ilO Corcoran llulld
Ing. JoiV tf
-35HASSIONKH'H RAM: of it I.argo
Itst stock ot staplo and funoy groeorles
now In progress ot 4ii uth st, where gieat bir
cnlnsaru being offeied. Hotel keepers mil
others w ho purehaso In large ((unntltlos should
cull and examine stock
II. f, 11EULIN,
Asslgneo of Llphoiuo Youngs.
jrsn- oi-rU'iloi-TlllMlUTiTxi, I'lltn
Ha IHHUPANCU COMPANY nV II. ('
Wasiiivhtox. Doe 7, tS-H
Policy holders nro hcrebynotllled lnronmv
Ihelr Inrurnm o on or beforo tho Inst Monday
In Pt timber, PW, for tho eir ltM5 Thor.ito
of Intmsl on premium notes fornllri-nowils
will 1 o nmi (!) tier lent, l'lenso nlloud to
linir icnc wnls beforo tholat fow days and
II. us mold tho crowd.
j wnsi.r.Y iioTCi.mt,
nTlli: 1IOMK OI'MNASIIIU AXI)
A7 MiKrln lleuter ropri'Sont thntroit
mrntflf Hwcdlsli movement In nil Its details,
Binl innblan person totnko dally trottmoiit
lit homo for whntovcr pnrini.o It may bo re
quired. (Jo nnd see tho Inventor.
JOHN JI. Ht'lltmM,
017 li st n w.
toi'iicr. CAitoi.iNA oir. anii
Wilvinoto.v, N. C, Nov. U, 1335.
Tho long necessity for n wood preservative
of unuuestloncd charnetcr has been univer
sally acknowledged, The Carolina Oil ami
(Tcnsoto Company, located at Wilmington, N,
0 Is tho solo proprietor of tho intents for
making Wood Creosote Oil, nnd Injecting tho
snld oil Into wood, which Is guaranteed by us
to prescrvo the i ood against thoTorodo Vt orm
In salt water, as well ns dry and wet rot. Tho
Mood properly prcpired with wood crcosoto
oil Is recommended bv us for
HAii.iioAii tii'.s, nmnunTtMirais.TitKs-
TLLM, TLLLOUAPH POLKS, PHNCi:
P0S1H. PII.INd l'Oll Pll'.lta, WIIAHVUS
AND STItLET PAVllMKNTS.
Wo nro prepared to till largo orders on very
Wo refer by permission to Oen. Q. A. Oil
more, tr, H. Engineer Corps, Now York city;
Copt. W. II. lllxliy, U. H. Eng. Corps, Wilming
ton, N ('! Dr. John II, lliimllton.Surgcon Ucn,
.Murine Hospital Hervlco, U'n'hliigloii. I), (!.;
Col. W. L. Ttcnholm, a member of the Clill
Serileo Commission ot tho Unltod Statos,
Wiishlngton, 1). 0. I'or furtht r p-irtleulai s ad
dress LUDWIO HANSEN.
Oincral Superintendent. Wilmington N. I).
1509 H ST. N. W.
frpcclal nltracllons every day until
Como for your Xmas Prccnts.
HrjSF" MADAMi: KSTllIIN,
IIS U Ninth Street.
Cheapest place In tho city to get your Wigs
mndo and nlso renting. Hpeelnl attention to
Indies' Hair-Dressing nnd Hair Work. Our
hair grower tho best In tlio world; purovego
tohlo matter. Try our (loldon Hnlr Wash.
Orders by postal card will roeclvo prompt
attention. JIADASIE ESTItEN,
IW.J Nlntli Street.
To all who aro stiff crlng from tho errors anil
Indiscretions of youth, norvous wcaknoss.
early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I will send
Ibis great remedy was discovered by a mis
sionary In South America. Rend a solf'ad
dresscd cnvclopo to tho ltov. Jos. T. Inman,
btatlon D, Now York. Cltv.
3wi:coNoaiY and safittv.
Tor Vapor Stoves uso only
For tho Best Stovo buy tho DANFOUTII.
DANFOItTII FLUID CO.,
jy21 703 Ninth st, n, w.
.1'AltMintS' nml Mechanic' Vlro
Insurnneo Comnnnr. 1119 F Rtnw.
Washington, 1). C. Capital stock, 8100,000.
Small lines written.
1jU.i:GTlt1CITY rr tho Cnro nrittion
J matlsm and nil chronic nffectlons, ner
vousness, etc.; administered by resident
specialist; city references. Dr. llayward, oil
ANOTII1CII I'ACT. HiTocts of Ono
treatment by Dr. Edmlnster, Itoom 10,
Harris Ilouso. A lady whom ho visited that
lias suffering from nervous piostrutlon s lys :
"I got up nnd did moio work than I havodonu
for n month,"
LADIES Should Cull on MIsh ,T.
Poggess, I-') Oth st n w, for reception nnd
A WIDOW of UK Wishes tlio Ac
quaintance of ngentlomnn who will as
sist her until sho gets employment, Address
Honest, Critic ofllco.
"-7-j:s, Ororglo, I.ottn Is Kntlroly
X original and Is peerless In her profos
stou." Tho .omo can ho said of tho proprie
tors of tlio Forsyth Cafe, 618 10th st. They
do their own catering, write their own ads,
borrow no one's thunder and set tho host 2.J
and l5o meal lu tho U. 8.
15i:itS()NSHuirorlliLr from Vortlfrnor
neuralgia In tho head can bo cured by
Dr. Edmlnster, room 10, Unrrls Houso.
AYOUNO WIDOW, with Nleo llnuso,
n ould room nnd board a discreet lady of
rtllncmcnt. Annls, Crltlo ofllco,
mo AIIT STUDKNTS unci Pnronts At
.L tho Nntlonnl Ac ademy of Tlno Arts, cor
ner ISth st. and N. Y. nvo. ono can locolvo
tho most thorough Instruction In overyBtlo
of draw lug nnd painting; years of study saved,
Mrs. Imogeno Itoblnsou Morroll, tlio founder
and teacher, has had twclvo medals and
studied fifteen jours In Emope with tho most
celebrated artists. Paitlculnr attention to
sketching fiom natuio. Children's Satuulay
class, Sio per year.
TTI1 AIlBNow OpcnliiBn Lurco Lot
Y of sample stilts and oicrcoats for men,
boys and children. Many of thoso goods nro
only lu slnglo sample suits, and wo aro selling
many of them for less than half tho original
prices, Mich bargains nro seldom olTcrod. und
If In want of Mcn'B, Hoys nnd Children's
Clothing como direct tu tho (ircat Sainplo
bnlo nt fttl 7th st n iv, bet I and Mass aie.
I ook for red and whlto signs.
HKNItY C. I.ANCAST1-.K, Hid 7th st
n iv, stationery and book sloio. Catha
llo goods n specialty. Artists' Matcilals,
Noi cities, Japanese and Christmas Goods nt
ITMHt tho Hunt Toilet Soap In Uso Ask
. for tho "C. U," brand; mado specially
from oil selected for Its manufacture; 10o per
cake, or 11 for 25o. Por sale only at Van
sickle's pharmacy, cor 13th and (1 sts n vv.
lU:SSMAKINO-.Mmc. C. Corey,
l-ii inn bwi iv,
J I.. KKHVATi'D, 1013 1'ennii. Ave.
Engnivlng jilato, 81; W) cards from
samo pluto, 45o.; loo cnids printed from plate,
1111 1,,1'1 St ClraniiliitcdfiiiKiir, 7o
Xi'lb best creamery print butter, !13o
per lb: ' Our Famous 1 lour," host and cheap
est In iho city; try our blended Jul a, tlOo, and
spilng leaf tea, 50o; Duffy's sivoet elder, J3o
urgal: llnest leaf lard, lOo. lllrch & Co.,
lilt 11th st.
MLi.i:. vicToniA di:jionoi:ot,
tho rupcrlor ladles' hair cutter, can bo
found u t her mother's human hair and per
nimcry storo, 1)00 F st, orposlto Musonlo Tem
CIi:NTII'KJ mill Ktrocllio SpillTlng.
Tho most heneflchil of nil oxorelsos tausht
by Prof. J. 0, Collins, at bis lcsldenco, 700 3d
st n w. Lessons In dumb-bell and Indian
club exerclies also taught,
AditrtUtmcnta of Thru Unit umttr thU head
Inset ted Ihiee timet for ii cent).
"VyANTBIl Iiiiiuedliitnly, n Thor-
1 Y ouglity competent cook; must bring
llrst-classicfercncos; goodin0'es. Apply at
51113th st, utter 7 pm.
Tf ANTi:i)-Iiiiinedhltolj, Two Chum-
II bermalds, tluco woman conks, conch-
men and errand bois; also, tw o milliners, Call
YrAITi;il-At!l!ill l)(jSI.S.W., nOIrl
IT to assist In storo nud around house
gcncially;onlono in family.
XTTAM'llD-A flhl (Yiiiing) In ilo
YY light hciusoiif.rk for u family ot two;
no washing; must stuy somo nights, Apply ut
703 It 1 III o ii w.
Advertisements of Three Unit under thlt head
Inurttd tAtee timet for lacintt.
WANIIID A Itellulilo ,11 an to ltuii
iibollcrninl steam oysters. UOSP st tl w.
Adiertlsementt of Three Unet under thlt head
Intet tat thi ee timet for S3 cen tt.
ITUUI'IlIivrllOO Ninth fit, Cor. I
: furnished rooms, largo and cheerful; also
small room; prices very low,
IOll" HUNT Two llenuliriilly 1'iir
.' nlshcd looms; very laigei conionlent to
National and Motroiiolttiiii hotels; utlJTCJ
8 1 11 Wj
17IOH ltKNT llfioms, KillTul.lo for
; 0110 or two gentlemen; board If desired;
terms reasonable Apply ut 014 New York
live 11 iv.
.Mill ltKNT 1881 181 N W, lland-
Kiunely furnished suites of rooms on 1st
nnd8d floors with excellent bond! nlsoshi
gle rooms, well heated; best locution In tho
I ."Mill Itl'.NT- (101 I ht 11 iv, N'leoly 1'ur
' iilshed rooms, suitable for Congressmen
7 ANTi:t)-Ti liny tho I'dHowIng
lY second bund books! "Cox on Prno
tlcc'," "Ailnm's Equity" nnd "HoonoonCor
porntlons " Address, nt once, Wm II John
son, 111 Till st 11 0.
IM.r.C'I ItHt Lights In Our Dlnlnir
J rooms, nnd turkey nnd cranberry siueo;
at plo pinhllf g nnd brandy sntieo; nil, andinoro
for S"i cents, nt BM nnd Vll Pst 11 w, "Tlio
QUCII 1IA1KIA1NN In Siiiiipln Nulls
O nnd Overcoats for men, boys and children
Sou hnvo noicr been ofterod beforo. Many of
the goods nro superior to custom clothing,
nnd nro being sold nt less than tho cost of tho
goods, sny nothing about tho making. Sup
pose jou buy n suit that cost SIS, tho dealer
must charge you 811 to 815; hut tnko tho Ham
plo bull that cost 81-', you buy tho sumo suit
from us from 88 to fi. Wo nro selling minr
Ihlldrcii's Suits nnd Ovcrcontsat nbout half
jrlcc, and tho host wearing goods you over
wore. If ion want the best goods for Mon's,
Hoys' and Children's Stilts, Pnnts and Over
coats go to the (Irent Sample Silo of Cloth
ing, nsi "th st 11 iv, between 1 st nnd Mass avo.
Como and sco us for nit stylos of clothing nnd
s avo lots of money.
ACllANOi: In liny Hiuuplo Hulls nml
overcoats for men. boys and children, nt
tho Rrcnt sample salo of nil kinds of clothing
Just opening nt No. U-M 7th nt 11 iv, between 1
st nml Massachusetts nvc; como ono, como
nil, nt tho great sale; no nro selling many tif
these goods nt nearly half price; neicr such
bargains nlTercd In lino nnd medium clothing;
como unit sco u, nnd you will buy tho host
clothing jou eicr got nt tlio lowost prices;
no nro selling stilts, overrents, piats and
lestsformen, bojs nnd children, nttUI 7th st
11 w; look for Signs, Salo of Sainplo Suits.
ltai Seventh st. n, w near 0 street Market,
Washington, D. 0.,
Is designed to supply every want In connec
tion with tho u-o of sowing Machines. In my
eleven yenrs' oxperleneo at tho sowing ma
ehlno business Ifinio adjusted nnd rcpatrel
thousands of machines, oitendod tho period
of their usefulness nnd saied mnnv tlio ex
pense of billing a now ono. Good light-run
nlng mnehlncs for SIO, warranted fur llvo
loni. and sold on ensy terms.
I7 H, YOUNGB, STEAM CAHPET CLEAN
. Ing and renovating works; fouthers ron
ovatcd, mattresses mndo over, furnlturo
steamed and moths dostroyod. 1 1-2 1'a. avo,
Fnctoiy, corner Bth nnd K Bts. s, 0.
,1 1110 Olfl'HIt To Introiliico Tliom
J no will GIVE AWAY 1,000 Self-Opcrnt-ing
Washing Machlnos. If you want ono sond
us your namo. P.O. and oxprnss ofllco at 01100.
ThtHfttlopal 0o 23 Day st. N, Y.
EXPEUT OPEItATOnS WANTED. TYPE
WltlTEItb; nil kinds for rent nnd for salo;
second-hand. "CALIOHAPil OFFICE," 033
Fst. Telephono No. 113-2.
STATIONEHY AND SUPPLIES. COPYING A
WYCKOrr, SEAMANS A BENEDICT,
Corner of Bth and F sts.
Telephono No. 330-2.
TAMES ItUTHEItFOnn, DEALEIt IN TINE
Family Groceries and Provisions; also
wines anu i.inuors. iiuo ji st. n. w. i
clalty mado ot Piiro Aldcn Fruit Vinegar,
All Diseases cured.
Cor, -im st. and Md. avo. s. w.
Adterttfcmentt of Three Lines under thlt head
Interted three timet for 23 cents.
Y Y Catholic family for a joung girl learning
dressmaking; terms not to oxeced S3 a 11 eok.
Address M, A, II., Crltlo ofllco.
7ANTi:D-Somollilncr for tho lloll-
1 T cui) oiuyj uur i-iut;-' urigiuai.
unique, nniuslng; sent, postpaid, on locolpt of
lOo, Address (I II, Ciltlo ofllco.
TTANTKD-Ono lluitilroil Dollars
Y Y will purehaso n No. 1 Smith Amorlcnn
cabinet organ, 3 reeds, 10 stops: weight 4'Xl
pounds; a splendid Instrument, for which tho
owner paid SJ10; stool and cover will ho given
with orgnn; raro bargain. Call at 503 II st a 0,
TTTANTED-ALT. TO KNOW THAT DH.
Y Y Taylor, tttl r street, noar Tenth, makos
beautiful sets nf artificial tooth for SV. guar
anteed to giro full satisfaction; oxtractlng
Mith gas, chloroform or local anosthctles, 60
cents; without, 23 cents; filling at very low
I" RICE. NO. 400 MAINE AVENUE; OATt
J. pets to clean, mattresses remade;
feathers rcnoiatcd. Tolephono call,
jyAN TD SITU I ATIONS,
Adtei tlsementt of Three Llnct under thlt head
Interted three timet for 23 cents.
WANTini-Ily n Cnlorod Woman,
situation as cook and to dogonoral
housework; references given. Address Miss
Mugglo llrown, 110 Washington st,
WANTi:i Ttoom nml Hoard by 11
lady for herself and boy of 0 yoars of
ago libera tho child 11 HI bo cared for during
her ofllco hours. Address, stating terms, 11.
II., Crltlo ofllco.
A UbllN P. 11MOWN,
ItEAL r,STATE AND LOANS,
1'120 F Street Northwest.
HOUSES roll SALE.
C new brick houses, Wallack Place,
cor 13th ut, each $3,500
Brick houso, 13th st, abovo Iowa Circle, $9,250
Srlck houso, A st, near Capitol $7,000
3 brick houses, Vt ave, bet T and W
sts 83,350 to $3,030
4 brick houses, 15th street, bet Q nnd
It 89,500 to $9,500
2 brick bouses, P street, bet 6th nnd
10th, each 85,000
Ttrlck bouse, B st n e, bet 10th and 12th. $2,000
llrlck house, 10th st, bet P nnd Q $13,000
Brick houso, M st. bet 18th and 20th.... $18,000
2 brick bousos, 0 st, bet 11th nnd 13th,
eueh 1 $10,000
Brick houso, F st n iv, hot 5th and 7th. .$10,000
Brick houso, D st, hot 2d and 3d n w.... 80,000
Brick honso, Corcoran st, bet 11th and
Brick houso, 13M st s iv, near Smithso
nian Institute $7,000
5 brick houses, SStli st $3,500 to $7,000
Brick houso, Oth and I n iv $10,000
3 brick houses, 13th st, near T 11 iv $3,500
Largo double houso, Mass avo, bet 12th
ut und Thoinus Circle $70,000
Ubilek bousos, r st, hot Oth and 7th.
bts SI.'JOO and $1,500
Largo bouse, near Scott Ctrolo,
2 bilek houses, B st n 0, bot Cthand
7th, each $3,300
Brick houso, llth st, near Agricultural
Houso and corner lot on Conn avo, suit-
tiblo for tlno building $13,500
Brick houso, P st, near 16th $11,000
Ililok house, L st, bot 20th and 2A1 $0,500
Brick Louo, M st, bet 10th and llth,
With stable M,0OO
llrlck houso, cor 17th and II $8,000
Framo cottago, largo lot, T st, ncarN
Bilek houso, I et, bot 18th st and I'cnn
uio , 320,000
Brick houso, 10th st s 0, bet F nnd Q.... 82,000
i brlek houses, Biggs st, each 83,500
Illicit houso, cor Ithsgs nnd 13th $12,000
Brick houio, Vt nvo, bet K and L sts... 333,000
Brick houso, N st, bet 17th and 16th
11 w...... , $10,000
Now brick house, Iowa Circle... $10,500
Brick house, cor Muss ave and 13th st. ,$18,000
Vacant proporty In all sections ofthoolty
bovernl houses for ront, furnished aud un
furnished. Money to loan on real ostato security.
Largo loans a specialty.
170II HAL II A (l-rooni llnuso, Midi
" nil mod Imps; $J,200 cash. Inquire of
.Mrs, Dickson, 1121 list 11 o,
1 V. 1'AItDON,
l . HEAL ESTATE HKOKEIt, 1120 P st.
1 OH SALE-HOUSES.
2111 K st, I story, lOrs $101
Sioti K st. 3-ftory, 0 rs o.tvw
Also 2 other houses on K st nlagroat bargain.
Houso near Dupont Circle (very cheap),. 0,210
Illggsst.lOrs 11 oi
IDthst, mar 0th, 11 rs 7,750
Comer 17th nnd It sts, 10 rs Bin)
MIA mill st, 10 rs ft, M0
IFPfiCoreotniist, 8rs, framo.. 1,W)
Meridian Hill, new 5 room frames....... 8.7)
" Sronm " TOO
Also n largo number of bousos on Capitol
Hill and vnrlous other sections.
LOTSj-Very choleo property for biilldlnt
Ptirioses cor Pa nio ami SMli st 11 w; sma'l
lot on IMli st. near Dupont Circle, lery cheap
nt 81 50 per foot; Md nio, hot nth nnd 7th ts
11 0. 2."o jut foot; several very flno lots o 1 Me
rldlnn Hill, laigo and sin ill, nt cheap prices;
i.l),0to feet n w cor 10th st nnd Ilouniiiry 11 iv,
at only 55c.
Property In Brooklyn, N, Y., to oxclimgo
Houses for rent wanted,
I 71OII SAMI-IO Nmr O-Itoom, Iluy.
" window, brick houses, located near
Staunton Square n 0; terras oasy, ,1.11. Gray
& Co., cay t.
A Bargain Nleo three story nnd collar brick
dwelling on tho north sldoof Hhodolstnud
nvcntio, bot 0th and 10th sts 11 w, containing
11 rooms nnd 01 cry modern Improvement.
1'rlco 10,000: reduced to 8VIO1)
A splendid threo story nnd bnscmctit brick
dwelllngon Maryland aio, bot 1st and 21
sts n 0, containing 12 rooms nnd ovcry mod
ern Improvement; largo lot, oto; prlco. $1,000
A nice tw o-story press brick houso with uvory
convenience, on I st, but 21th and 2jth n w;
That clegautly-flnlnhcd dwelling on thosw
comt r nt 8th and I sts n w: Just completed;
containing 10 rooms and tlno cellars ovcry
modern convenience: tho only remaining
ono of tho four, tho others ivcro nil sold be
foro completion $3,500
A grent special bargain Flno 3 story nnd col
lar press brick dwelling on Columbia st,
near tho cor of It I nvo; contains 9 rooms,
bath-room and every modern convenience;
baywludoiv. Former prleo 81,500. Will bo
offered this week only for 81,000
A splendid lot on tho north slda of M st, bet
10th nnd SOth sts 11 w, 30x101 feet, Prleo por
si ft only... 1 73o
Noi th sldo of Mass nvo, bet 16th nnd 17th sts
n w, two ad Joining lots, each 'Mi ft front,
Prleo per sq It only $2
On f ho n 0 corner of loth nnd Sampson sts,
four adjoining, lots, each 23.0x100, fronting
onlCthst. Prleo per so; ft $!
S 0 cor 15th and 11 I nvo 11 iv a beautiful
corner, Prleo per sq ft 82.73
A hnndsomo lot on tlio south sldo of P st, bot
17th nnd 18th sts n iv, 22x100 foot. Prleo per
so ft 81.23
I'l his lot adjoins Lieut Slack's rosldonco.1
Also n long list of other desliablo proporty.
Improved aud unimproved. Call or sond for
list. B. II. WAItNEIt,
010 F st. 11. w.
FOR SALE AND RENT.
TniiAi, kstati: iiuli.i:tin
Tn0S. K. WAOGAMAN, 017 F streot.
Changes mndo Wednesdays nnd Saturdays.
TllltEE-STOHY llltICK AND FltAME
HOUSES roll SALE.
1123 K st, b li, m I, Pirs 811,000
2(UIst,bb, in I, 23 rs 21,000
K st, bet llth nnd 15th, school bld'ng... 21,000
msist, lib, ml,22rs 18.U7H
DOOMst.bh, ml,13rs 17,500
1312 Vermont nv, b h, ml, pits 10,000
ooost.lili, ml, 15 rs 13,000
aisilthst, lib, ml, 10 rs ll.W)
miost, lib, ml, 17 rs 12,5)7
(K0 llth st, b b, mod im.11 rs 12,000
TWO-STOItY BEICK AND FltAME HOUSES
1010 L st, fh, Ors, nnd 2 houses in renr..$3,o00
8120, 2128 nnd 2130 K st. b h, I rs 0,000
1120,1131. 11.C1, 1135,21th st.bh, 1 rs 6,000
122 D st, b h, 111 1, 7 rs 1,700
1153 and 1153 20th st, bb, wntcr, 5 rs.... 1,200
l.Vrland 1330 Mb st, lib, ml, Ors 1,100
021 nnd C23 sjotli st, f h.Rrs 3,000
2118, S120 nnd 2122 F st, b h, m I, 0 rs.... 3,000
1021 1st, bh, ml. 8 rs .'1.000
t-ODefrccs st, bh, 7rs 2,000
UN1MPHOVED ritOPKETY TOlt SALE.
Mjrtlost, betNCnpaud 1st sts S200 00
Get, bet 10th and llth sts 100 00
list, bet Del nv and 2d st roc
S o cor 10th nnd G sts 23u
S vvcor Ith und I, sts 20o
Lst, bet 8d nml Ith Iho
Uth st, bctC nnd D !7u
Ithfct, bet KnndL 17o
(1st, bctN Cup and 1st 15o
4th st, bet IC and L I5e
"Tho Itlchinoud," cor 17th and II sts n iv.
3d floor, apartment I) gl,'2txi
1th " " 1'fur 1,500
", " " G 1,100
Oth " " L 13J
houses ron hent.
Northeast and Southwest. Per Month.
017 C st 8 IV, 8 rs $12 00
1)17 Md nvo s iv, 0 rs 2000
215 10th stno, ors 10 m
010, 018, (SM, G.y, 02 1, IM Mil ai o s iv, 0 rs. 17 00
017, 019,021,02.1, 023 Cst 8 IV, Ors 17 00
7178th st no, II rs 15 41
920 Vn avo s iv, I rs IB 30
3'IMirtlostuc.Ois 13 00
027, 1)29 est 8 w, -Irs II 00
G20,02HMcl avosiv,4rs It 00
118, 420, 422, 1211st st 8 W.Srs 12 30
faTOHES AND OFFICES POIt HENT,
Oth st nnd Pa nvo n iv, rs 1 and 2, ofllco, $n 00
Oth nnd Pa nio 11 w, room 13, ofllco ill 50
1010 Fst n vv, 1st floor, ofllco, 4 rs 20 00
Sotor4tb nnd N Bts, stoio and dwel
ling, m 1,11 rs. 11 w SOW
lOlOFstniv, 1 room, storo 40 00
In sums to suit nt 0 per cent.
Tho abovo is only a smalt portion of prop
erty on my books. Tor full fist call at ofllco
for bulletins lssuod on 1st and 15th,
FOR RENT HOUSES.
CorlSth.fcN Ynvo,40rs,ml $150 00
1400 HI aio, 12rs,ml 8.1 1!J
lCthst.bctOandP 100 07
1313 Nil avo nw, 13 rs 123 00
lSlSNHiuonw, ISrs 100 00
l?28Istnw, llrs 8.131
5203dstnw,18 rs B).')l
2lOOHstniv, 10 rs ft) 3.1
1512 Pstn w llrs 70 00
2010 Hlllyer Place n w, 10 rs 00 00
1748 N st n vv, 10 rs 03 oo
8tK21stst, 11 rs, ml 00 00
2131Kst,8rs 09 no
15312Jth6tniV, 8rs 35 00
1121 Conn nio, i) is noo
ltaiiothst, 11 rs His.)
010 IDthst, 15 IS 70 00
171311st, 1.) rs 751K)
230 1st st, Ors 10 50
THOMAS. I. FISIIElt & CO,,
ldil F street northwest,
Ipoil ItDNT-On llliiilonshiiri; Itiincl,
; Just north of Iloundnry, near II streot
eats, framo dwellings, 0 rooms; S3 per mo,
Swormstedt A Drudluv, 027 Fst,
LOST AND FOUND.
riiAKXN Up Xiospnasliic nt Sirs.
, iicaio s, cor norm uupiiui unci iiuuuu
ary sts. n smnll Hock of sheop.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
ITiOIt SAM! Almost Now Cylinder
1 stoio, 8)5 Inch; alsotrlb and muttie-is;
good bargains. Address Crib, Ci It lc olllco.
ITIOll SAI.i:-Tui Slllgoli.' 5Iiieliluc,
: nt S3 each, ut Oppenhclniers, 523 Otlt
8t 11 IV.
iTIOU SAI.i:-(looil root Tnliloi 111
1 KocmI coudltloit, Apply at los Now Jer
Boy ni 0 n W;
ITIOIt SALi:-()ld rtoiiKpnpars Tor
. 11 raping. Appply nt eouatlug-room of
A 12 horse power boiler.
Apply nt Crltlo Ofllco.
AT-OCTAVi: l'Jiiln Oiiso, Hquiiro I'l
ano, lueludlng stool nnd cover, for only
SUA; pn mints S3 per mod good fono and
splendid lor beginner. Apply at tlio
Pltinii Exchango M nierooms,
ItAlti; lliirgiiln l nil Immodliito
busorBeiiutlful rosewood easo7-octuvo
squnro piano; grnnd seulo, carl ed legs, otc;
llchtonos neatly now: used 18 months; cost
8S50; foronly SIM msli: gunriinteo of a icats.
Apply Piano Exi hiingo Waiurooins, 42i9thst.
TVTl'.W 15NG1.AND PIANOS Duly Com-
Jl petition! tho best that skill and money
tntimako. Everett Plnno Ilootns, lUTthst
T71()ltti:NT--i:xec Hunt Itinowond Cuxo
' piano, tii octal es; overstrung, eto; only
2 per month; or would soil sumo utasacil
flco. 62111th st,
Ti:W IlNGI.ANI) I'lANOH-Call und
J.1 seollieso beautiful pianos, ivhlili nto
lincxeelled for their purity of tono und splen
did designs In cases. El erett, 411 7th st 11 w.
IT '2.1. l'l.l'.OANT I'llinol Cnriml
J. legs,' nil Improvements; Chlekorlngt bar
gain! good lustiumout, $75; Instalments 3 to
$.11; lints $0, Everett, 134 7th tt 11 w.
A I.HAIJOII'H Grnnd Opdru-IIiiiisti,
WPEK OP ilKCEMIIEltiil
("lirlstmnsnnd Sntiirduy Mutlneoi
" OTJaTJ -ItXI',"
Tho l'oundcr of Dlntcct German Comody,
J. IC. iuiiM:v E5T
In his Most Suecessful, III 1 t'unnlost nn 1 Ever
"Friiz In 1, land;"
Or, Tho Hull lllngrr of tlio Itlilno,
Tin; i.ovi: or'iiiil siiamkocic.
"Ills songs nro sting In tho parlors of tin
rlc h ami tho garrets uf t ho poor'-'-New Yorlt
Mr, EMMET In his Original ongi& Dance".
Next Week- KA'IE CLAXTON.
1Ui:W NATIONAL TllliATlli:.
, ZV CHlllST.liAS WEEK J
Commenting Monday Dcca.nhor.il,
Eiiry cicnlng and two mitlnoo,
t'lllilSTMAI AND H.VTIHIDAY,
Only engagement In this city thli soasanof
fcnpported by her own Comedy Company.
Monday night and until further notice,
in tho coraloinudoilllo In 3 nets,
" Mllo. Nitouche,"
In vilijeh Lotln 11 111 nmenr in 3 characters,
DculsoDenavlnj-, Nitouche (a Jnpvnoso
Princess), nnd us a Drummer Hoy.
Manager for Lotta Mr. Goo. Zobold.
Now Year's Week ANNIE PIXLEY
JKW NATIONAL TlinATlti:.
TIIIIHI OF Till! IlKAVri
NI'.MIAY ;M'.M.; V( T.IITM
Will take Placo December 27. Ukii thlsoo-
Prima Dcniiii of Maploson's Grand Opera
Company, will mako her lint uppcaratieo
The remaining artists will bo
, ,, Mil. PIIANK PJiAItSON,
Washington's l'niorlto llosso.
, .. MISS MAMIE MlJItlttCE,
Tho Wonderful Child Plnnoforto Soloist, nnd
MIt. WALTEH P. SMITH, '
Solo Cnrnctlst, nud tho
I'lllih .llAltrXC 1IAI.
Under the direction of Mr. John Philip Sousa
General Admission, Mo.; roscrved orchoitra
nnd orchestra circle, 76c; rcseri ed droJS cir
cle, roe,; gallery, 23o.
Salu of seats 11 III commenco Tliursdiy, Deo 21
pOIID'S. CHANGE IN PittCES.
THE PEOPLE'S rOPULAIt PHICES.
, ,23, 33 and 60 cents.
All tho poimlnr attractions at one-half tho
prleo charged nt tho other llrst-closs thoatros.
ONE OP THE HltAVKST.
By Edmund 15. Price, New 1 cirk's famous
criminal lawyer. A story of tho pal omen ts of
Now York, presenting Its light und shadows,
hubbllrg with wit und humor. Tlio company
has been carefully selected us to Individual
merit and excellence. Mr. Chnrles C. McCar
thy, who enacts the 1 rlnclpnl lolo of Larry
Howard, ' Onoof tho Braiest," Is particularly
lifted lor tho part, and presents tho fireman
of to-dny ns ho should stand In his truo olnr
nctcr before tho public This play will con
tinue throughout tho neck, gli Ing a matlneo
on Wednesday, a grand holiday matlneo cm
Christmas Day (l'rldaj) and tho usual Satur
New Year's Weok POP.
'Tor goodnoss sake, don't say I told )ou."
DltZOC.'.SNIntli-st. Opera. House.
One t'uaie noi Ih of Vtnna. Aie.
Tourth Triumphant week of iho National
Ideul Opera Co. All of this week,
Tally matlneo 2 p. m. Elaborato perform
ance nnd full east.
Admission 10 nnd 25 cents.
Next neck "Chlmos of Normandy."
Pcnna. avo , near llth street,
OHEAT SHOW roll CIIIIlbT.MAS WEEK.
Airanged to delight tlo ladles nnd children.
I'AMnY lIi:itllINU, Monday, Tuesday
and Wcdnesdny afternoon nnd night, In her
great original drama, LlTI'Li: 1IUOK
SHOT. Christmas afternoon nnd night,
JACK MIIU'l-Altl), In which character
sho has living no rlvnl. llauglnn'm iinlAI
dine, tho champion nflo sliots, Marvolous
vionclers In tho museum all now.
Admission to all only 10 tents.
X CltlHSTMAS WEEK.
Let .lollltlcs ltelgn Supreme.
, , 3VC J TT S1 1 S :
And her "lliltlsh lllondca" In her latest Lon
don nnd New York success,
Matinees Tuesday, Thuisdny and S lturday.
Grand Kxtra Chrlstmns matlneo nt 2. 10 p. in.
PllOl'DSSOll S1I1;L1)0N'S DANCING
Aendcmy, 1001 F st. Adults, Monday,
Wednesday nnd Frldny, 7 to 0.30. Juveniles,
Monday and Wednesday, 3.30 to 0; Saturday,
1 to 2.30. All latest dances.
PHOl'Of ALS llllt l'ltlNTDI) WHOII
UN TAGS, METALLIC LAIIEL CASE1,
COIID PAbTJlNEUS AND MAIL KEY
Wapiunotov, I). CJ Nov. 10, 1885.
SEPAItATi: SEALED P110POSAI2J will bo
rctelicd at this Department until noon, on
thotwcntj-flrst duy of December, 1&S3, for
furnishing, by coutiuct. In such iiuuntltlos
and nt sueli times as may be ordered, during
ono icnr, lioin the first duy of Jauuary, 1880,
Printed Wooden Tags, Mitalllo Label Casos,
Cord l'astcners, und Mull Key chains, con
forming in 01 cry respect to the samples of this
'ronosnls must bo In nccordanco nltb tho
speclncntlons nnd forms, which will ho fur
nished on application by letter to the Second
'J ho contracts which maybe mtdo will bo
In conformity to such specifications and tho
aicepted inoposnls, Tho right Is toscrved,
bowel er, to reject any or all of tho proposals,
WILLIAM 1'. VILAS,
DUI'AIITMISNT Dmplojo will J'lml
it to their advantngo to tako their meals
nt the old rollablo.tho American Houso, Penu
Byliunluavo, cor 7th st. Keasonahlo latos
and reasonable hours, Call or write for cir
ca la r,
.xw 'wfww".,.'fc vwwwv
II' IOU Want to liny, Soli, Kxoliiingo
or biro hoiscs, carrlngos, harness, eta., go
to W, F, uejer's earrlugo reiosltory and hir
ing stables, at tho old stand, -IW nnd 470 O st
11 w, nhcio jou cnu be accommodated ou tho
best teimslu tho city.
II' YOU Wnnt to lluy.Sell, i:olilingo,
or biro horses, cnrilngcs, harness, etc, go
to Wm. F. Don no) 'r stnhles, 1UM to 1021 L st:
repository, Hi27 nnd 102!) L st 11 w; 110110 but
icllablo stock handled; everything guaranteed
ns icpresentcil. Win. P. Downoy.
MONEY TO LOAN.
IIM'.V IO LOAN on Life Insurance
policies. JAMES E. WAUGH,
111) Fst 11 w.
ONl'.Y In Loan nn llonl INtillo So-
lllllty. IIUFTY llYKlli
Itenl Estate, Insurance Loans.
ONI1Y In Lenm on I tent Dsluto
In sums 10 suit.
II II WAHNEIt, 010 Pjit iiw.
M ONl'.Y TO LOAN III Hums of J,OtlO
und upwind on real ostato at lowest In.
terest. Geo. A. Armes, 1317 F at, opp Ebbllt
IHAVi: Dlonoy to I.oiin 011 Good Ileal
ostato or collateral security at lowest
lutes of interest. No delay when security is
good C, C. GHEEN, Itoom 1, I'liumen'd
laillcllng, cor Tth st nndj.a nvo;
di nn to noo tosio.ooo, and LAiiaEii
rip 1UU sums nn real estate; lowost rates:
coll now. WM.F.HOLTZMAN.Attornoy, 1321
V st. n. iv.
Xl ANTED-TO EXCIIANGENEW STOVES
T V for old ones nt Butler's btovo Exchange,
corner 6th and K sts. Smoky ohlmnoya cured
or no pay. btoves oxebangod for groceries.
Old stoves bought.
SPENOEIIIAN BUSINESS COLLKOE, COIt.
llth nnd 1) sts 11 w A practical business
cdticntlonthatiiinllflcs young men nnd wo
men to suppoit theinsolios nnd sncrossfullr
poi form the actiio duties of life. Thorough
Instruction glieu In rupld writing, tho Lnftllsli
languago,coircsM)iidence, rapid calculations,
book-keeping, business practice, commercial
lnw. political cecinomy.stcnogrnpby and typo
writing. Itegiilnrdayand evening sessions re
sumed Tuosdny, September, 1, nt I) 11 in und (1
pm. Ofllco open for arrangements by tho
)cnr or quarter on and after Monday, August
21. A lulUornsortiiiicheis. Illustrated cir
cular, giving full Information, cent free on ap
plication. m;Nny n B1,RNCjn principal.
MrB. SAltA SPENCElt. Vloo-Prluoipal.