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THE EVENING CIJITIO, WASHINGTON D. C, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1883.
-ijuAT O BY EH S BAZAR AMD LIVERY
w fttftbics. 470 Cat. u. you can Always
Una excellent driving horses, nlio ctrrUges,
ftlelchs, etc carrlul drivers lurnlsbed, lernwvery
moderate. Auction eales every Saturday ftt one
o clock p. dj. Jlfllt
gy, NOTICE TO CONTItACTORB.
Hltldft n 111 be received ntray o Dice, Mil rptreet
until noon of 1'IUDAY, January 20, 1861, for
grading square. CG2, In this city. Tw o bids must bo
made, one leaving a two foct terrace and the
other leang a three-foot terrace. Bldi must
specify the tlmo desired within which to do the
work, not exceeding two i ears, and may he made
tUker for the whole or for n portion of the work,
Ten ner centum of the amount due under Any
contract will be retained until the completion or
.be work, Iteftervc tho privilege of" rejecting any
or all bids.
I. O. KIMBALL,
JO Attorney el-Law.
WtT)Il. B. B. MDNOASTEIt,
oasrOTHKhr n. w.. n tt
WfftHillftUAUJt) JJ. J,
.BICHLH DBOB , (13 AND IS), I1HAD
niinMn IV. r llnltrlnv flnnd. A I InB
llnanf Irnrarhnnm t'lnlS. IsO. nt French llflar
Jloot Pipes, cigar fcniokers, Cases and other
bmekertv articles. Clean mil im Stin a box from
escts.unto (1. H. HlLKLi., loll ro. AVCOppo.
Hon a '
"Where to obtain n bargain In first class Mer
chant Tallor.Made Overcoats, little worn, or a
Bull of Llotbes, Odd Coat, i'auts or Vests of the
TcrybeBtruakeand latcst&tyles, which will last
longer and look better than shoddy ready-made,
ol which w e have a large stock and In all (tires at
low prices, is at J. HEROU S,
ypfotf 303 Otli st. n. w.. near Ta, aye.
-ta.IF YOU WOULD AVOID OHILLB AND
Jtw) fevers. Ague and 1 overs. Bilious rovers
and other disease Incident to tho season, take
BROWNING BBITTERS.ondyou wllUurely es
BROWNING'S BITTERS have been In use lor
over twelve rearn.andna pirson was ever known
to have chills or bilious fe era while using these
Bitters. For sale by druggists and grocers gen-
M"3r BROWNING & MIDDLETON,
PROPRIETORS AND MANUFACTURERS,
CIO rKNXHYIVANIA AVFNPK.
jgScHOTIOB TO THH PUBLIO.
I wish to call the attention of all persons to my
Improved patent horse shoe, with moveable toes
and heels, the best and most durable shoo ever
Invented. This shoe ran be seen at the store of
Bryan ABro , on PennY. ave , bet. 6th and 7th
its.n. w. All experts are requested to closely ex
amine this Invention. . .
T. W. MURPHY, Horsehoer.
my 19 oaa G street northwest.
w-rt-BTOVEO. FUBttAOBS. BANQEB. &Q,
rTnplates, sbeetlron work, fireplace stoves, r an gw
farnacen repaired. Tin rooang. snouting, and all
kinds ol tin work: promptly attended to. Head
your order to u. h. O. BOOTS.
BIO Eleventh st. n. t?.. near F tt.
-,-B.DB. CHAB. B. KLOEBBB, DBimuT
JIW (lateol virginia,io, eaei
K street norths est. oCcra Ills pro
fessional services to the public.
Twenty yenrs of successful prac-
.liu. nmVinMAtt. lilm ia nrrtmlsft
Blclll ana caro In thetreatmentof alloperatlons
on the teeth ana mouth. Vitalized ftlr admlnls
tered lor the painless extraction of teeth. ep23
sBAMUEIi S. EHEDD,
IVU ISliMril OX. . vv.
LATROBES AND ORATES,
ip8 BLATE MANTLES.
.KADAMB JOSDPniNE LOOAN, VOOAt,
1 earlier. Ladles and trentlemen nreDared
for the operatlo stage, at No. 1J02 h at. n. w,
m ocl0-6m t
.BANGKS, FDRNAOTTS, T.ATR0BE8,
II1IM TILT. TtAOK FIItrPLAOiJi
PAW.OK QKA.TES QAH FLXTtJItEB. ETC.
EDWARD CAVERLY & CO.,
nlM 1425 NEW YORK AVENUE.
MtKr to but
STOVES, RANGES AND HOUSE-FURNISHING
At the Low eat Trices, Is at
J. B. SUITS,
mnlfl 028 Seventh st. n. w.
.IBS NATIONAL, BAPB DEPOSIT CO.
COK. 15T1I HT.ANDN. Y. AVE.
1K7. Capital t200,(KXi. JyU
nTIIB ONLY FLACB TO LBARN THE!
Lann Tpnnlfi. Newnnrt. Piv Rtpnnndall
the other uew dances. Is at 1'rof, Sheldon's Bano
leg Academy.1001 Ist, n. w. Bp21
jrcIBOIY HAILINOD A SPECIALTY-
A Neat IVrouEht Iron
one bait Inch Iron, put up complete at 80c per
ioou aicoku uiiBceimaeous iron woric,
mtd. wiims A co
463 Maine avenue southwest.
SPENOERIAN BUQINBBS OOLLBOrj, LIN
coln Hall Buildlnc, cor, 0th and D sts. Day
and evenlug sessions for the education of sons and
daufihtrs,and men and women for selfBupnort
and real life. 1 he branches taught are the Knff
llsh Lanenatre; Business Arithmetic; Spencert.in
Practical Penmanshln, Bookkeeping', by single
and double entry, adapted to every variety of
bus! nets, Business Practice, wholesale, retail and
banking, employing the methods of accounts,
business papers and correspondence adopted by
leading buslnens houses, Physical and Vocal Cul
ture, Political Lcotioniy; Commercial Law; Bast
ness Ethics, bpcclal departments In Elocution,
Phonography and Drawing, In charge of best
maEters. college open August 23 for thorecep-
tlon of students lor the year, day or evening,
By the year, In monthly installments of f 10 . i&)
The quarter, twelve weeks 20
Year scholarship, for day or evening 60
Evening tuition, three months . J6
" " one month . ... 0
The new handsomely Illustrated College An
nouncement, containing fall Information, rent
freeupon application by mall or at the college
office HENRY O. BPKNCKR, Principal.
BARA A.SPJNOCR. "Vice-Principal mvl
siaiva:DEso3sr &s c3-XT"srB
1005 PENNA, AVE. lOO1?.
ExteuBlre dealers In all rirst clasi Stoves,
Ranges, Furnaces, etc.
K V SIMPSON,
B. F. GUY.
1106 FOURTEENTH STREET N.W.
IATR0BF8, RANGES, FURNACES AND
jiuusjux uiuNJsuiiNu uuuua.
Tinning, Plumbing, Gasflttlng, etc.
W. H. HARROVER,
S13 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
STOVES. RANGES and HEATERS,
STOVE AND FURNACE REPAIRS.
HATWAED ds HUT0HINS0N.
Ranges and Alantle.
817 Ninth street n. w, Branch, Elchteenth and
1 streets, Dnnont Circle.
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
COOKING STOVES and RANGES
to be found In the city, at low prices.
W. S. JBNKS .Se OO.,
NO. 717 SEVENTH STREET N. W.
COAL OIL, 110 TEST,
by the barrel. Wl cents per callon; ion est price
In tho city. Call and bo convinced.
1110 feeventu st.n.u-.
JUSTICE OP THE PEACE. NOTARY PUBLIC,
AND COMMISSIONER OP DEEDS.
Office, No. (17 La. ave , opposite City P. O.
Beslden 210 K t n. vr.
DUMB BELLS. DUMB BELLS.
The Best In th city.
For Sale by P. suuneidkr SON,
ray2a Penna. ave. and 18th st
HOLE II TIE WALL,
454 LOUISIANA AVENUE, OPPOSITE CITY
DAN- WALBH, l'rop.
Watches, Fine Jewelry and Silver
ware at Reasonable Prices.
437 7th St., Ojipo. tlio Old Stand.
487 BEVENTII ST. NORTHWEST,
IMPORTANT TO LADIEST
JIM1NE MINK AND RIBTiniAN hlUIUUEL
SEAL SKIN BACUUKrt AND DOLATANh).
MAllKhD DOWN PWC1JJ,
B. H. ST1NEMETZ & SON,
OtfCO 1237 FA, AVE. nut to Cor. nib St.
THE EVENING CRITIC.
ESTABLISHED AUOC6T 1 M6S.
The slrcot-lampa lio liijlilcil nt
mldulclit and cxtlnsulslicdntOilSn.nl.
Till: (llflcrcnt divisions of the Burcin or
Lngtavlng and Printing aro now Uolng paid orr.
Oenebal Orant called upon Miior Ly.
drckor, tho Engineer Commissioner, nt his
The ofllco of tlio 1'olomao Stcnmbott
Company hns been moved toihelr now build
ing eiccied on tho wharf.
I'nEi)Er.icK Tiiomab, n colored man, who
stolon pound of butler, wns given thUtyilnya
In nll by Judgo Sncll to-day.
Tun woik on District bulMlujrs In conrso
ol erection throughout the city, and on street?
and roads Is generally suspendod on account
AlAltnr. number of casos of disorderly
conduct and loud mid bolstorous tallilncworo
disposed of by Judgo Hnoll to day. rlio of
fendtra wcro gltcn llftoeu days In enoli case
ClronoE Hail, nn old mnn, wont to n
ldllco flntlou for lodging last night
and denied and mutilated tho cell to
which ho was nsslgned to an ox
lent thnt has eent htm to tho workhouso
for thirty dn s for destroying put Ho property,
tT.lt.vo liwrn. w nltnn "Cnt.lA !!-. . T
hotorloua colored thief, was charged beforo
Judgo bnell to day with stoallng a valuablo
bronzo clock from Dr. Josoph senrl. onicor
AMicelock tcstirtod that ho mot tho man on tho
street nnd saw tho clock under hlaarmaud
'Spider" claimed that tho clock was his. Dr.
Heart Idcntiaed the tlmoplcco and the thief of
tlmo was given six months lu Jail.
UrNBY Woodyabd, n youiiK colored
man, of good nppenranco but bad roputatlon,
was In tho Police Court to-day, chargod with
stealing 25contsanda pockotknlfo from Ed
ward Allen, and n pair of shoos from Ueorgo
Halo. Tho ovldcnco showod that tho defen
dant had been In tho habit of helping himself
to whatover struck his fancy In his frlonds
apartments and Judgo Snoll committed htm
to Jail tor yjlriy das lu etch case.
A WASHINGTON BOY
Uliu Is Sot Mltlinut Honor lu Ills
Mr. notndon Morsell, a natlvo of this city,
who is n member of tlio Boston Ideal Opern
Company, made his appoaranco In "Tho Mus
keteers," at Tord's Opora, House, last ovoulug,
and received n welcomo most nattering nail
encouraging. Not only did tho music loving
and cultured class turn out on masse to hoar
him, but Washington Lodge of Elks, of which
ho Is a member, wero present in strong num
bers to extend their brother n cordial wel
como and reception, Thoy also gnvo him a
surprleo typical of beauty nnd alToctlon.
Vhcn itbecanto dollnltely ascertained that
ho nouldappcar "tho Llks' doclded to bo on
hand to meet him nnd prosont their brother
wllh a noral offering, It was thougbt that tho
most appropriate thing would bo tho hoad and
antlers of tho elk rroughtout In nowors. Mr.
John Small, tho florist, was consulted and do
clded to undertako the dtmcult task of making
this llotal tribute. Ho succeeded admirably,
and beforo tho houso oponed It was takon to
tho llientro and by means of wires suspondol
In the files in tho Urst ontrance. In tho school
pceno of tho second ncr, nfler Mr. Morsoll had
finished singing n solo, "tho Llks" npplaudod
to the echo, others in tho nudltorlum took It
upn.ndas ho stepped forward to respond t
Ibo hearty encoio down beforo him
came tho Immcnso Forul head and nntlers.
He halted n minute, then stepped forward and
lifted n neat bouquet from betnoon tho nn tiers
and tho latter was then lifted abovo tho stago
and tbero hung suspended until tho close of
the act. Tho head was filled out with about
Brouolots, tho ejes studdod with lose, nud
tho antlers, over four feet In length, wero ono
niaES of flowers. Ectweon tho nntlors rested
n neat placard bearing tho Inscription "Po
llcrndon Moisell, from his Brother Llks of
Thonppioprlatcnessot tho gift was dooply
nppicclated, and the beauty of It was gen
ctally spoken of by tho vlsltois to tho thcatro.
Latei In the evening it was transferred ta nnl
occupied n prominent position on tho bauquot
tabloat tho National Uotol.
At tho closo of tho last act tho Elks and their
guests formed, by twos in front of tho Opcra
Housc.and with 1 ho genial Prank Ward nt
their head marched down to tho National
Hotel nnd up to tlio spnclous dining room,
wheieft tatle, extending tho entire longthof
tho loom, awaited to tecelve tho guest
of tho cuilng nnd his fellow citizens
who had tinned out to welcomo
him. Mr. E. H. Hay was to hao prosldedon
tho part of tho association, but as buslnoss
called him to fhlladelphlt Dr. rrnnk T.
Howe, of the Xi(lnaUtriubllcantva callod
upon to picsldo. Tlio Doctot accepted the
cfuce, and In calling tho assembly to order. In
a neat and apiroprltto speech, paid a high
tribute to Mr. Moisell, who ho said, al
though only 'J 1 years old, ranked with tho
llrst tenors of tho land. At ono ondot tho
table sat Mr, Morsell, sunounded ;by tho
members of tho Washington Operatic Asso
ciation and tho male inombcis of tho
Ideal Company, whilo at tho other end
were seated tho Elks, Mr. William
Dickson presiding. Theio woro 120 men
E resent. Tho lloraj docoratlons woro ery
eautlful, tho largo elk's head and antlers,
which had been piescntod to Mr. Morsell at
thotheatic, occupying ppaco in tho centre of
the table. Speeches woro mado by Mr, Wra,
Dlrkron, Dr. 1 rank T. Howe, L. I". Oanuon, H.
E. Lai nabee, M. W. hltnoy and Colonel John
J. Jojce, whilo tho pnrty weio onllvonod by
songs from Mr. Morsell, Tom Karl, Mr. Mc
Donald and Mr. Earnabec, all of tho Ideal
Company. Colonel Joyco nlso renderod a
piettyllttloeong. It was lio clock this morn
ing when "Auld Lang Byuo"iassuug.
TIic Ollicinl Tiniiifors, ni Itccoidotl
Mcesis. Danonhowor K Sou, real ostato brok
ers, 122(1 r street northwpst, toport the fol
lowing transfers In ical estatp in tho District
to day, ns compllod by them from tho official
records In thoonlcoot tho Rocorderof Deodst
On Connecticut nvonuc, botwoon II and I
Btrcets northwest, lot ID, squaro KUi, Bamuol
Y. Mills et al. to Alexander Bliss, $17,O0U.
On Union street, botwoon raur-aud-a-halt
nud Sixth streets southwest, lot US squaro
fi02, Abiabam Kendlck, trustoe, ct al., to
uuu-Jlb J. icuilf., lUiiu,
Same as above, Abraham Kendlck, trustee,
et al , to Lowls Trolnck, $1)30.
On Third street, betwoon O and n streets
northeast, lots O, 7, siuaro 777, John N.
Cushlng, trustee, ot al , to J. W. Starr, $711.
On twelfth succt, betweon DandO stieets
northeast, lot 8, squaro 1,000, Calvlu Tayuo
to Thos. Welsh, $12-i.
Hulciilo ly rtliootlnp;.
Jotci li Bhudler, a German, about 30 yoaia
old, committed sulcldo yesterday afternoon nt
tho bt. Charles Hotel. He enmo to that plaoo
nbout 12 o'clock Monday night and asked tor
n room, saying that ho was from Baltlmoro, a
strnngerlutho city ana had but roily cents.
Tor that nrlco thoy gavo him a room In tho ton
story. Ho stayed theio nil night, nnd, gottlng
up early yesterdny morning, ho went out, ro
turning nbout 11 o clock nud going to his room.
Near lo clock tho lady lu tho room Immedi
ately beneath heard a nolso, but, thinking It
was tho plastor falling, foigot to speak ot It.
When thoeeitnnt went to clean tho room nt 1
o'clock sho found Shudler lying dead on tho
lloor.wllh n pistol In his hand, Uohadto
moedall his clothes except bis unlorshtrt
nnd pants, and, standing beforo tho looking
glass, had Bhot himself through the light
leniple, dying probably Instantly.
When found he had ovldentty boon doad
rcwral hours. Ho Is ifot known hero, and
was probably drhon to tho net by destitution,
IMiiyliijf Willi l'o-Klcr.
Tho details of tho tctrlblo explosion by
which two Utile colored chlldien, named Ed
nard nud Magglo Herbort, woro probably
fatally Injured, nnd which wns noticed last
evening, wero as follows i "The two children,
ono ot whom Is 15 and tho other 8 oars ot age,
wero playing lu tho kitchen ot their home, .So.
1017 rlgbtb, street northwest, when they got
a flask of gunpowder and began throwing
Utile pinches of It Into the lire, and had boon
playing lu this way tor soma time, when tho
boy who was holding tho powder flask von
tuied too near tho stovo and tho flask ex
ploded setting both chlldien on flro ami m u.
Minting tho boy terribly nbout the faco and
breast. Dr.U'urvls feais that neither ot tho
children can rccoi cr from their in urles.
A ni f I a tul Chiii'llles,
At tho 'public meeting ot tho rirtli Sub J I
Msiou ot Associated Charities this ovenlng
from 8 to lOo'clock In tlio halls and parlors ot
Spencerlnn Business College, Lincoln nail
Building, briar, practical, and Interesting ad
dresses will bo mado by tho president, Qeorgo
W, Adams, ot tho btar; (loorgo ltyneal, i ., Itev.
Byron Sunderland, D. D nnd Ldwnrd M. aal
laudet, LL D. All citizens within the limits
ot beventh and l'ltteenth, 1 street north and 11
strett south, who are lnterostod In tho prompt
relief ot cases ot actual suffering nnd in tho
exposure ot Imposturo aud duplication ot
cburlttes ate uigently requested to attend this
Bishop reck has convovod to the Syrncuse
University live byrnousa lots, worth fll.000, as
a partot his 126,000 gilt,
Yerdl, the composer, Intends to fpund at
Butieto, In bis native state of rarma, a hos
I Hal for the relief ot tho sufforlng popr.
in llm Iitlrrcat of tlio DlNlrlct Itovc
Bpcclal Llcenso Agent Hart has mado n report
to his superior oracorsot thonumborot cases
mado by him In tho Follco Court, from July 1,
last to date, nnd tho dlfforent offenses with
which tho defendants woio chargod nnd tao
Ones Imposed. Tho list is ns followst
Charaet l'rtfattil, Xo.Vate: J mti.
Unlicensed bnis t!l $7,2in
Sunday bars , (I 80
Unlicensed real estate agents. 1:1 ,1j
Unlicensed commercial og ts. ,1 BOO
Unlicensed brokers lo 72
Unllccnsodproducolnmarket IH 1,200
Inllccntcd produco nt largo. 10 100
Unlicensed wholesale liquor
dealeis 21 510
Unlicensed pawnbrokers ft 1,230
Auctioneer not making to
turns 1 100
Unlicensed restAurants,,,, i, 2(1 mo
Unlicensed hotels 7 175
Unlicensed stables. ,,, 11 550
Unlicensed junkdenlors 11 440
Unlicensed billiard nnd bag-
ntello tables , 28 010
Unlicensed apothecaries..,.. 12 48
Unlicensed auctioneers 2 200
Unlicensed commission mer
chants 1 40
Lnllccnscd gift enterprise... 1 loo
This table shows that Mr. Raff In n porlod ot
Blx months preeeutod 201 cases in which con
victions wele secured and linos lmposod. This
wns at nn average rate of forty nino casos per
month oi decidedly moro than ono case per
InnddltlontothlsMr. Raff was tho prlmo
nerlnlho recent rnlds on tho lottery nnd
Jiollcy shops, which nddcdoevotnl thousand
ollnrs to the District revenues, nnd ho has
succeeded In collecting thousands ot dollars
ot delinquent personal taxes.
This report Bpeaks for Itself ns showing tho
Indefatigable and Invaluable services of this
energetic official, who, while recolvlng ai al
most nominal salary, is constantly contribut
ing moro to tho revenues ot tho District than
any other hair dozen men In Its employ. It Is
understood that tho Commissioners will no
louget turn n doat oar to Mr. Raff's appllca
tlon for well earned piomotlon, as It Is tho
universal dcslro ot tho lending inorchnnts and
best citizens that he be glvon n salary In pro.
portion to his active, ablo nnd successful ef
forts ns n llcenso agent, tax collector, detec
Tho District has never before succcoded In
finding njnan eo well qualified for tho work
which Mr. Raff is now performing, aud it Is nn
act of tho simplest Justice to glvohlm a posi
tion with a salary calculated to reward him
for his vigilance and oncourago his Industry.
Tlio Tlilril Victim of tho Misdeeds ol
die Dogmrlmcnt of Justice
Tho (Hand Jury this mornlug brought In an
indictment agalUBt rrank 11. Tall, charging
that on tho first ot July, 1 882, ho did corruptly
preraro and wrlto tho following!
"This agreement cntored Into this socond
dny of July, A. D., 188 J, botwoon ot tho
Hist part and W. lv. Brown of tho second part,
wltnessoth that for and In consideration of his
voto lu tho Star-Routo case, tho party of tho
first part ngreo to pny to tho patty of tho sec
ond part (12,500) twenty flo hundrod dol
" That on tho nbovo dato Mr, rail did unlaw
fully and cortuptly Induco Arthur Payno to
exhibit this Instrument to William K. Brown
and solicit him to sign it with Intent to cor
ruptly Inlluence tho oto of (Brown In tho Star
l'outocnso. " That raj no did exhibit tho paper to Bro-vn
and urgo hlin to sign it."
Tho second count In tho lndlctmont sots
nut that Mr. Tall did procuro layne to
hao n enm creation with Brown and offer
him (2,G00 in consideration ot hl3 vote and
to induco him to sign the agreemont. There
mo two other counts in tho Indictment, but
they only set out tho cbatgo ot coiruptly en
deavoring tolnilucnco Juror Brown in othor
The witnesses on tho back ot tho indict
ment aro William K. Brown (tho Juror), A. 0.
Richards, Ocorge o. Mlllei, John A. Moss
James Ltonaid, Brewster Camoron and H. U.
PREPARING FOR WORK
Under tlio JVciv Illttrlct Aiiiroiiln
Iusvicctoi Entwlslo has directed tho llttlo
foico connected with his ofllco to aisposons
rapidly as possible of whatover business that
has accumulated duilng tho busy soasons ot
summer nnd nutumr, so that the work pro
vided for lu tho District Appropriation bill
may bo taken up immediately upon tho anal
An Important and eeuslblo cliango lu tho
present bill rrom thoso of formor years Is tho
tlmo picscrlbid for tho election ot school
buildings. Heretofore tho contracts wore en
tered into on October land tho buildings re
quired to bo finished by tho following July.
Under this rulo tho buildings wero only halt
comploted at midwinter, and when tho sever
ity of tho weathor pi evented outloor work tho
buildings wero not In condition for
ImerloL work. Tho pending bill proscribes
that buildings shnllbe bcguuon October 1 nnd
nnlshcd by Januaryl of tho following oai.
Tho length of tlmo is tho same, but tho aa
vantages ot tho chango aro mnnltost. Tho
building begun In October Is built in tho most
favorablo season; by the opening of vlntor
tho structuro ,s under roof, and tho work
which tho cold wonld lntertcro with Is llnlshod,
and nothing remains but tho work
on tho Interior, which can still bo pur
sued. In nddltlon to this tho heating nppa
ratus can nt onco bo tostod, wlito with a
building finished In July tho heating appa
ratus must remain untested until tho cold
wrenther is reached. In nddltlon to thoso re
sults tlio building Is llnlshod in time to bo
occuplcd'attheopoulngof thoyoar nnd thus,
according to tho terms of school lenses, six
months' rent is sometimes sa ed.
Thoso excruciatingly funny comedians Hob
son and Crane, diew another largo audionco
lost night. Tho comedy of "rorblddonlruit"
will bo again given this ovoulng and nt tho
bnturdny matinee. Thursday and Frllay
nights tho" Comedy ot Eriors,"nnd Saturday
foud's ofera house.
E cry a allable seat w as taken nt tho Opera.
Houso last night. Tho beautiful llttlo opora
ot tho " Musketoers " was ronderod In n most
acceptable manner by tho Boston Ideals. To
night tho " Marriage ot rigaro " will bo glvon.
Tho aitiactlous at the Comtquo tills weok aro
extiaordlnary good. Somo ot tho leading
lights on tlio nrletystngo, including Harry
Lu Clair, W, J. Russell, Dtck Hume, Andy
Coleman, Trofessor Tarkor nnd Miss Llzzlo
Hunter nro making fun tor tho Comtquo pat
rons this week,
HOLLER SUATIM) KINK.
This evening tho Young Men's Association
will bo the guests ot Mr. Curtis at tho rink.
'I hero should bo a largo turnout.
Beginning to-morrow (Thursday) night and
continuing through Saturday night, Bassott's
"Singing bkowl ot To olden Tlmo" will hold
tho boards at Lincoln Hall. This organization
Is said to give tho most delightful entertain
ments. Tlio Callnil Cnso Atrnln.
UoththdUorcfthe Jutning Unite.
Deprecating, as I do, In common with every
comrado of John A. Rawlins l'ost, No. 1, De
partment of the l'otomac, a. A. It., the pub
licity given to our prlvato affairs, I will say,
In answer to tbo challongo ot E. K, Wlushlp,
In )our yesterday's Issue, that his admlnls
tratlon uas tainted with nn extrnvaganco
which would have rung tho death knell ot
any post on a lees llrm established base than
John A. ltawllns. To say tho least, E. K. Wlu
shlp did, by an net otsupororogatlon, assume
the responsibility tot tho pioscnt financial
embarrassment ot rost 1, when ho sold the
United states bonds belonging to the post
without the authority ot the post. If E. K.
Wlushlp can, to-day, tell tbo public and the
comrades of John A. ltawllns l'ost how an offi
cer ot tho post, without any authority to
handlo tho funds of the post, could close his
official career and be Indebted to tho post In
dollars nnd cents ho lias, In my opinion, at
tained to the acme of tbo sclonce ot oasulstry,
and his comrades would llko u be enlightened.
denms OCoNSoit, Commander,
John A . Jlaullnl l'ost, .Vn. 1, U. .1. It.
1'rcscntutlon ofn 1'nlutlUE.
Captain CUpperton, tho British Consul a.
Philadelphia, will today present to Mayor
King, representing that city, a portrait ot
Lord Da LnWarr. to bo plaiedln Indepen
dence Hall. When L. ftackvlllo Wost, tho
British Minister here, visited Independence
Hall, ho remarked that tho painting of
'ihomas West, Third Lord Do La W arr, his an
cestor, wus not a faithful representation ot
lilm. Ho therefore had n copy of tho family
portrait forwarded to lhlladelphlo, aud It
will bo presented lu the presonco ot various
Groceries) nntl 1'roTlslons.
Mr. Edward 1'. Davis has takon tho store on
tho southwest corner ot Ninth and q streets
northwest, where he wllljteop a full line ot
groceries and provisions, and Invites tbo resi
dents ot the northern section ot the city to call
and examine goods and prices. Promptness
and fair dealing wll be tho rule.
To day society will again "seo wheels go
wound" with all tho vigor possible dvor glassy
streets nnd under lowering sklos. Tho la llos
of tho Cabinet will all rcccl.o, except Mrs,
Lincoln, whoso mourning draws n vnil botwoon
her nnd tho gay world, Mrs, lotton prosldos
for her father, tho Postmaster oencrnl, and is
.eo genlnl nnd chai mlng a lady thnt her rccep
ilens aro among the most crowded ot tlio day,
Tlio receptions ot the ovenlng will follow so
closely upon thoso of thn aueiuoon tint nn
hour s rest between will have to bo postponod
Tho return of Admiral Batch and his family
fiom Asplnwall Is noted with ploasmo by all
who know them. Their absence has boon a
regret, nnd, In tho porson ot Miss Oraco, tt has
withdrawn a very attracttro clement from our
Among tho prettiest girls In society this
winter is Miss Hampson. Hor dark oyes and
blossom foco light ui. tlio old observatory with
n freshness It has not known slued tho dopart
tire of tho benutlful Miss Sands.
Miss Sands, by tlio way, 14 now n nun In tho
Convent near Ballltnoie, and n friend who Anw
hern few woeksngo Bays: ,lEvon lu her llrst
season sho wns not as lovely ns sho Is now. In
focloty horgcntlo eyes seemed nlwaystolook
bejond tho glitter of tho world's panoply into
fairer regions. Now thoy havo tho expression
of ono who hns found her heart's doslro. an I
Mr. and Mrs. Delchmnn havo returno I from
their wedding Journey, and havo taken a
house on N sticet foi tho season. Mrs. Dslch
man has chosen Tuesday tho neighborhood's
day for hor rccoptlons, beginning next woek.
Mrs. Kclter haslntltedno less than twelvo
of her most agreenblo frlonds to assist her this
afternoon In her nrduous duties. A whisper
temlnlnoot course Is going the rounds that
tho toilets or. thoso ladlos will bo ot unusual
elegance, and noticeable oven In this winter ot
Mrs.Curtlu and herdaughtor have invited
their friends ton "tca."from lto7ou Mon
day. Their circle Is n largo one, nnd tno chief
features ot tho gathering will bo charnilug
pcoplo and "a delightful tlmo."
Mrs. N,S, Lincoln has with her as usual a
bevy of dimming gills, and hor Tuesdays mo
crowded from 2 to 5.
l'ashlou donncil a masquo last night nud
dnnccd through Senator Minor's parlors, fol
lowed by Iho jouth, beauty and fashion of tho
city. Tho handsome houso was thrown opon
"from turret to foundation stone," nnd with
Its rich coloiing and hangings, its wldo halls
and rooms, wns a good setting for "tho Jowol
of a party " that ran its dancing raco through
out Its extont. Miss Miller rocolt od hoi guests
lna8bort whlto tulle, garland with grapos,
fruits and nowors. Wheat nodded its golden
head In liny bunches between tho bloom
and ripeness, and tho sunny smllo that
ehono on hor bright, young faco
comi leted the symbolism of "California." Dy
lOo clock all the gentlemen had come such
n troop of cavaliers, knights nnd horoos ot
romance, who, "for this night only," stopped
out ol their old stories, and laughed and Jostsd
and danced as In their palmy days. Shortly
nttei 10 tho "masks camo trooping in. some
in fancy dress, somo with tho splondor ot tacit
boll costumes hid under dominos, but allVlth
the coquettish silk and laco scroons over their
pretty faces. Two hours ot fun nnd tin-
mitigated mischief followed, tor tho
damozels played pranks on their
nttendonts that drovo thoso nmta
blo young men Into a sad perplexity. As
ono of thtm said "By Jovo, I don t dnro mako
pretty spceeges to nny ot them for foar it will
bo the wrong one." Pro-eminent nmong tho
domlnos wero four slendor wltchos, who wero
tho puzzle ot tho e cnlng. Tholr black cloaks
weio nil "twins," nnd, ns If this was not
enough, they ennngod places during tho
dances, each giving tho other tho cuoot "tho
lest word." I laughed at thorn until I was
tired, and then laughed again. Tho most
beautiful "character dresses ' woro worn by
Miss West, of tlio Legation! Miss Racuol
Fhermau. Miss bilsbee and Mls Parker.
Tho llrst was "Tho Muto ot
Pmsplcl, and the costumo was a shoit ted
skirt heavily embroidered nbout thoodgeln
black, nnd n short blue Jacket; her hoavy
black hall floated ov er her shoulders, and was
crowned with tho "ro I bonnet," nud sho car
ried her llshlng net. Tbo second was a light
sea-green satin, othoreallzod with silken
gauzo heavily embroidered In peat Is nnd crys
tals, nnd hung wllh strands of tho same. Her
beautiful hair floated in burnlshod waves ovor
the glittering gown, nnd -wns half covered with
a tulle veil gleaming with crystils nnd pearls.
MlesSllshee. after having no ond of funlu a
crimson satin domino nud mask, nppoarod
in as n ltoinnn Contadlna, tho rich
desr llttlo Hollanlor. Miss Blossom Drum
was In a gown of 1 landors. nnd Mis. Camoron
WAsntlushroeein spltoot "no fancy dross,"
inn toilet of pink sntlu. Among fio guest?
wereOenoinl and Mrs. Grant, tho Uoneraiof
tho Army, Senator nud Mrs. Hale, Mm. Ban
croft Davis, Miss Ciocker nnl Miss Lou,ot
California, veu pretty ptotty tollottes; Miss
McLnne, Lieutenant and Mrs. Emory, nnd,
Indeed, nil tho best ot Washington's
gnyest and best society. Tho supper
wsb n magnificent afalr, terrapin
and champagne being ns nbundant
colotsnt which accented her boauty forcibly.
Miss Porter was "I oily" and hor gown was
such a bucccss ns to mnko us reverse tho old
proverb nud think It "nlse to bo filly." it
wasnshortBklrtnndboddlco mado of points
of led and blue, with gold nnd silver bolls at
eveiy nolnt, MissGooigo hllbouruowas vory
charming as "Musetto," and Miss Benlo irro
slstlbly funny as ' a school gill." Miss Pen
dleton was very handsome In a dross of tho
"Empire," nnd Miss Elliot was pretty
as "Tno Daisy." Miss Hay was a
dcor little "Pocohontas," and Miss Myors
n 4lngarla.". Mr3. John Davis was a
Spanish lady, nnd Mrs, Emory mado n
ns tho dalntllv colored cronms and Ices,
which, lntorspersod with brown croquots,
candlod fruits, nougat ana flowers, mado tho
table an artistic and etrectlv o bit of color. Tho
muslo wns admirable from the trumpet that
gavo tho signal for unmasking to tho last
violin thntwnlled adieu to tho most delight
ful ball of tho season.
Jin. Price, Commissioner of Indian
Affaire, was on tho Senato lloor to-day.
ItEl'BESEKTATIVE ,T. 1"REU. C. TAL-
i ott, of tho becond Maryland District, Is seri
The Independent "Order of Elks,"
ot Philadelphia, have tholr annual bonollt this
week, nnd Slgnor Salvlnlhas volantooted his
v nluablo services f r tho occasion.
WERE THEY ALL "SUGARED 7"
A Letter Which Opens Ult n Wldo
1'lcltt Tor Conjecture.
Tho sugar manors ot tho East aro hero In
forco to protect themselves against .the enact
ment ot tho clause In tho Tariff bill relating to
sugar. They aro opposed to tho polarlscoplc
test, and claim that Duncan r. Kennei, tho
tariff commissioner from Louisiana, workod
solely In tho Interest of tbo planters ot tho
South. Thorolsa greatdealof tiuth In this.
Mr. John Dymond, ot Now Orloans, was
brought to Long Branch, at tho dlroct instiga
tion ot Mr, Konuor, to present tho caso ot tho
Louisiana sugar Intorost beforo tho Tariff
Commission. Tho following letter, which was
sent by Mr. Kennel to the socretsry of ono ot
tbo sugar oi gaulzatlons ot tho South, oxplalns
in somo degree ttui raannor In which It was
expected to w ork tTTo schemo ;
Lomi BR inch, N. J., July 2d, 18S2.
DPAit SIR: Our friend has arrived and Is
busily engaged undcrmyillroctlous lu sootng
certain parties In Now York and preparing
for certain combinations In onso ot uecosslty.
Ho will boot tho greatest possible cervlco to
us in nil theso mntters, and I regret very
much that you havo succeedoet so slightly in
providing tlio sinews of war. Ibeg)OuwlU
see all the parties and say to them that It his
stay hero terminates beforo tho object Is ac
complished it will bo tho causo ot gieat regtot
to us all, Thero are certain things which I
cannot look after. Circumstances for
bid me ostensibly appearing in tho
matter at all. consequently with
out somo such asslstnnco I loso halt my
efficiency and chance ot success. I beg you
will seo all of them again nud urgently Insist
upon tho amount appropriated so far bolng In
creased. Use this lettor with discretion, but
do not hesitate to show It to nny ono who Is In
terested equally with tho others a our suc
cess. Yours truly,
DIT.OVX r. Kenner.
THE MILWAUKEE FIRE.
Arrest of nn Alleeeel lucentllnry.
Qeorgo Scheller, lessee ot tho barroom ot tho
Xowball House, was arrested yesterday on
suspicion ot bavlng set Are to tlio hotel. bcSel
ler says ho closed the saloon at 1 30 a. m. on
tbo morning ot tho lire, but It has been found
out that he returned to tho saloon after it a. m.
llo was arrested principally on tho statement
of Llnehan and another employe, who claim
that thevmeavv bcheller In the vvoodroom,
whero Llnehan says tho fire originated,
and that be was thero after U o'clock In tho
morning, iho district attorney refused to
let any ono Bee Scheller, tho excuso belog that
bo was afraid an attempt would bo made to
1) nch him. bcheller is about J J yoars old and
married. Shelter Is in custody ot tho police,
and tho sheriff Is prepared to defend blm. Au
extra guard will be kept at the Jail all night.
Scheller has been In financial Btialtsotlate.
Au attempt mado last Friday to ralso $500
on a chattel mortgage from Charles Sholos, u
gamblei, failed. Iho llquordealorfurnlsblng
tho barroom holds a note for $200 against
Scheller which he offers to sell for ten corns.
It Is tho unmarried Joker who makes tho
most tun of women. The married man ksops
within reasonable bounds on account ot his
religious homo training.
Tlioeccnoftt McCauley's Ha 11 last ovonlng
xr&B loajilcmlcnt with nmlllDR tocos ami bo
coming cob tunic s and man couples whlloJ
awoy sovrrnl pleasant hours to UollgUtrul
strains ot melody. Tho occasion was l'ro
lessors Welch K. McCoy's eolroo Uatmnto.
Among ihOBo proaont woro Mlencs Jblorn
McCutchoot), Annlo Wllkcrson, Mary Ana
iMella Metz, J.ulu Mccarty, Lottlo liar
es, rinma Welch, Agglo Slovens, Aila
Crcse, Clancho Ihotgon, Annlo McUormlctr,
Maty Malloy, Wlnnlo Calilll, .Tcnulo Watson,
Mary nnd ltoso Ktrmui, tho Misses Harmon,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Sklnklo and Messrs. T. L. Sutoy,
Jiduftid Oyster. James McOInnlty, William
Taylor, Pr. Hlckllng, Louis Thompson, a. u.
Morpan and others. Jho Professors will glvo
a prlzu fancy dresc ballon tho '2d of Tobruary
About It 15 o'clock this morning tlilovos en
tered tho residence of Mr. A. M. Jteod, No.UJ
Third streot northeast, by breaking through
tho class of n fiont window. Voloro tho mts
cicnutsliadauoplortunliy to tako anything,
they weio frightened off by tho lnmatos.
Tgiesswan made through tho fiont door and
tho key of tho basement door wascaulodon.
Lato last ooutng ft colored wonTan, namod
Hello risher, whilo passing down h Btioof, be
tween Soeiittinnd Jjghth streets southeast,
slipped ondfcllid on tho Ice, dislocating hor
hip, bhewns n moved to 1203 Virginia nvo
nuo southoast by Onicor Parkor, anil Dr.
Johnson summouod Hho was nttorwaid
taken to tho hospital In tho pollco rtmbulanco,
Tho thirty fouilh anniversary ot Eaglo Tout.
No. 2, 1.O, It. was cnlobrated ftt tho Fourth
street M. E.Chmch last ovenlng, many votoran
Itechabites being presont. Iter, Thomas L.
loulson, ot Alexandria, and Mr. B, II. Warner
both dclh ored excellent addresses on tho past
nnd fiu u ro of tompernnco. Tho exercises
were Quito lntoi eating.
Tho reglfitcrjof tho LIghth Precinct this morn
ing showed olght cascs ot violation ot tho
snow law and two drunks.
Tho enteitalninont by tho Parish Associa
tion of Christ Church lost olenitis was n, btil
llnnt success. Tho fan drill was admirable,
nnd Mies os Llzzlo Anderson, Alay McUauley,
holes and Bajno rendered several splondld
East Washington and Eagles ton Hands ot
Hope met last ovonlng at tholr 1ml H. JJjUi
meetings wero Interesting and wcllattondod.
An actlvo branch ot tho W. 0. T. U. was or
gauged at Koithoast I mil last night. Tho
now organization cmtalns somo good mate
ria, and. will do cffectlvo work lu tho good
Tho ladles of tho Twelfth stroot M. E.
Church will glvo nn ontertatument and suppor
nt McCauloyTs Halt this o.eulng.
An aged gentleman, named Bmoot, slipped
on tho ico and fell heavily at tho corner ot
llflh sticet and Pennsylvania avouuo east
this morning. Tho fall resulted in painful
I'ast AWtsliliiirtni. r.ttsInciM Note.
Deal .with McCauleyA. Dellwlg, tho otou
bo grocors, whete you can llnd n varied
stock of groceries, provlslms, moat liquors,
fee, at low tales; '20 Pennsylvania nvonuo
and corner othecond and Cstreots uoithcast.
Everything In tho drygoods lino, fancy or
plain, can bo obtatnod at tlio commodious stoio
otMr. Georgo X1. Harbin, nil) Peunsjlvanla
avenuo east, at bottom llguros.
Xew goods and no cities aro constantly bo
lng received by Mr. William il. Man.be, '223
Pennsylvania avenuo east. A full sto.kof
heateis and cook stoves.
Tho good ladles ot South Washington havo
been gitatlyannojed In tho last few daja by a
lagged, superannuated appearing knight ot
tho turnpike, who merchandises with a foul
smelling liquid, which ho claims to bo greatly
detrimental to tho health of piano moths. Tho
gentleman Is ery persistent in his solicita
tions, and nothing cau check tho lattllng llow
of his oratorical powers but nllbeial Invest
ment In his stock or an Invitation to solaca tho
ambition of tho Inner man, the lattor compro
mise being the most dosliablo. Yostorday
afternoon tho fellow was engaged In canvass
ing tho Maryland avenuo lesldonces, and
seeial ladles, who woro too busy to afford
him an audience of sultablo length, woro de
nounced In shockingly brutal and obscono
language. The tiamp worked tho houses la
tho vicinity for somo time, and It was notice
ablo that bo always went to thoso housos
whero tlu.ro wero unprotectod remalos, aul
when bo found that his presonco was becom
ing geneially noised about ho qulcsly hied
hlmselt to other scenes ot opeiation. Soveral
characters of this kind havo lately passed
through Bouth Washington, and our citizens,
especially on Marjlaud avenue, nio muchau
noyed by tho largo numbei ot tramps South
Thero will bo another meeting of tho con
giegation oIGiacol'.E. ChuiUUo night at tho
corner of Mnth nnd D streots to dov.se means
for tho support of a new mlulstei. The last
meeting was sllmly attended on acco int of the
Inclement weather, but It Is to bohopol that
thero will bo a gooi) assembly ot tho congrega
tion to night. Grace Church ts the only ono ot
tho LpIcopal denomination In South Wash
ington, and tho members of that denomination
In this section of tho city are o'stremely anx
ious to procuro a now pastor.
Yesterday tho steamer John Gibson arrived
In tho Potomao opposite tho city, hho was on
her way from Jlow'iork to Gooigetowu, but
was unablo to reach thatclty. bheiomalnod
nt tho inland K faeaboard Coasting Company's
wharf until tho nsslstancoot the tugs Comet
and Mary Lewis could be procured, when sho
was with much diniculty taken to Goorgetown.
Captain oung,ot tho Gibson, to ports that
navigation is pursued with gieat danger and
difficulty onaccouutot tho vast quantity of
thick, lloatlug IcoUn tbo river. Almost tho on
tiro distance from Washington to tho mouth
of tbo 1 otomao Is covorod over.
Tho Khooners Annlo Gibson, Mary C. anil O.
W, Drlvoi, loaded with oysters, which wero
detained at Quautlco, wero towed tu tho city
yestcidaj by tho tus Comet and Mary Lowls.
beveral other eseU destined for tho city
weronlto unable t) reach hero without tho
assistance ot tugs.
Thcto were estimated to be 15,000 bushels ot
ousters at tbo wharves this mornlug, but tho
legulatlon high prices still prevail, it botng
lmpopstblo to i rocuro tho precious blvalvos
for lets than 75 cents per bushel for tho
GotoP.G.sauei, ICSrournnd a halt street,
when jou wish tobuyagood stove at aroa
tonablo price, nnd lemtmber that new Btoves
ate exchanged here for old ones.
Decatnr Lodge. No. t), and Ooorgotown
todze, 1,0. U8, U.o. u. B.hold their regular
weekly mcotlnss last night.
Drovers' Ilest live stock sales Tuesday,
January 1U. 188J (ronortod by Tnvorner
I ltros, proprietors)! 251 cattle up nnd sold
af llettf !Kf,oe,,j: eooil, DyiiS'ln medium, 1M.
ean4t common, vUfl i'jt ,4a sueep mm lamui
at from .I'.jto iWj', 'zr cows at from f Jj to U0,
Thomariloil contlomon's hop, which took
plnce last night at 1 orrest Hall, was tho great
est success of tho season. Thoro was n largo
number present who thoiouchly eujojodtho
splendid muslo and flno supper. Among thoso
present wero Mr. and Mrs. W alter Whoatloy,
,llr. nud Mrs. 0. II. Tickling, Mr. and Mrs. 0.
M. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. hontley,
Mrs. Samuel Wheatley, Mr.,and Mrs. Ueorgo
Uuulop. Mr. and Mrs. H. Chew, Mrs. W. II.
Orme, Mrs, Thomas Hyde. Mrs. Fltt Caoko, tho
Misses sliocmnker.Mcl' all3,Uovllller,Clsphnm,
Ehnw, Brooks,Uelty, Stereus, Uardle, llllllngs,
Leetch, llogue, Dougo, ltlttonhouso, X.lbby,
Itlloy, Williams, Uodsou, Uorry, Mllett. Dan
enhower, andDrs. Ilust aud llarban, Messrs.
Crosman, Gait, l)anonhower,)Uodson, Mohun,
Sesscr, btephonson, llardlo, Wallace, Cum
min, Brower, croploy, Crompton, Williams and
many others too numerous to mention The
gentlemen will glvo another ono ot thoso
plensant affairs on the iiotho! January, which
will doubtless bo enjoj cd as much as the ono
ot yesterday, .a
Tho chief ot pollco ot Charlnttcsv lllo arrlv od
In this city jesterday and left last night for
his home, carrying with him Charles Bchaffar,
who was arrested hero several days ago at tho
Instanco ot the Charlottesville authorities.
A colored man, named William Tear, a short
time ago had one of his fingers slightly mashed
while at work nt tbo whnrt of Messrs. W. A.
femoot & Co. Tho Occident was thought to be
a trilling ono and llttlo attention was paid to
It, but during tho past tow days It became
worse, and lockjaw set lu, from tho effects ot
which ho died jesterday.
Another caso ot smallpox was reported to
Health Officer rowcll yesterday. Iho patient
was in tho same houso across tno canal whero
thero was n colored man sufforlng with tho
disease. Tho hcalth-onicerordeiod both tho
parties suffering with the disease to bo to
moved to tho hospital, near Jones' Point,
which order will be oxecuted to night.
Tho terry boats aro unablo to mako tholr
regular trips, owing to tbo quantity ot ice
still In tho river.
Thero was considerable fco on tbo side
walks this morning, and tho navigation ot
pedesttlans was rendered daugeious. Hovoial
persons tell and woro slightly Injuiod.
Alfred Solomon, who escaped from tho chain
gang some time ago, was artcstod In this city
yesterday, and lu default ot a paymont ot 1U
was sent to Jail.
Miss Lottie, daughter ot Mr. William no
nialne, was married this morning to Mr.
Svalhan Velghl, ot Ohio. Tbo coromony was
performed by Iter, Mr. Kern, ot tho M. V.
Church South. The bridal party lett to day
for Ohio, where they will reside.
Baltimore has an undertaker who sells
comes on;he weekly payment plan.
TUU OPLKA SEASON.
Mil. POItD has peculiar and satisfying pleasure
nt this time InhcIngBble to given regular opera
season ol fourteen pertormances, extending over
two weeks, by the 'very best operatic organiza
tion In America.
The city ot Washington, In this direction, will
have a longer consecutive season of opeiathan
any place In (ho country this winter (New York
THEIDlALOPiniACOMrANY, under M1S9
OllLIt ti management, presents the cry best ex
pression of l.ngllih opera possible upon the
A ix tr lean continent, In this city, this and next
W tdnreday Morart's Morrlago of Flcaro.
Ihurndoy Gilbert and Hnltlvan a Patience.
rlday Gilbert and Mulllvann Plratei,
Saturday 11 AiinpeAudrrin sMaicotte.
Haturdaj Pianqufttes UpIIs ol Corncvllle.
Monday Tho Jlohcmlan Ulrl.
Ptats can now be reamed up to Mo ml ay, In
clusive. NFKT-CHAJIMS WYNDUAMN EVnlUSH
LOMKDY LOMPANY.UlOJl LONDON.
RATIONAL THEATRE. COML'DY.
Monday, Jan. 15 Every Evening and Saturday
Matinee, rngaftementor the Comedians,
ROBSON AND ORANE.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesdar Evenings aud
Pnlurrifty Al all nee.
The fnnnlcntcomedy known lo the English stage.
CaloDove . . Mr.HtuartlrtRwou
Sergeant liuster. . .1 Mr. Wm. II. Crane
Thursday and h rlrtav Lvenlngs,
Shakppare s Immortal
tOMLUY 01 KltP.OItS.
Dromloof Syracuse,! Twin IMuart Pobson
Uromlo of J-plifMifl ProthrrR. (Wm, II, Crane
Juan Wangle , . . Mr.Htuartltobson
JudgeJonler Mr. Wm. Jl. Crane.
Monday 1 Jan.
-T HK WHITE HLVVF.
EW TBBATRB COMIQTJB.
MONDAY', JANUARY J3, M UNEr TUE3
UAV, THUltHlJAY ANJJ PJUliAY.
The Worlds Or rates t Canine Instructor, tho
Original aud Only
PHOr. 1IAHUY M. PAItKKIt
and his wonderful new Mastodon Dog Circus.
MI'-H I,uii; JIUNTE11, the unrivaled bohk
Htre&s, Is noted for her Imitation of J. K. J' 111
met.slDgltiKhffi enckoo Hoiiff so well as to he
cumpllmenicdby Mr. KmmctthlmEeir.
DTCK HUME In his eccentric npeclfl.lt. latro
ducInBBODRB, dances, witty fiojlncs paroiitfiand
burhfique leittatlons.ln which he Is without a
ANDY COIXMAN, the famous banjolst and
rirst appearance this season of the world a i;reat
est piutenn character romlmic. 1IAHU I.i -CLAllt
and . J. JllJj LU lu their original
nmslml fbtmrdlt. Por the llrst time In thl
riiji a MuErori-ouixivnv moon.
ilonday, Jnn 22 Miss Pan ny Louise Dticklns
ham as MA'1APA, wttli entire new scenery, coi
tumeg,and an army ol men and women.
Prices of Admission, 2 1, & and 50 cents.
XTEW DIMH MUSEUM
JS 1LNNA. AV1-, NEAU 11TII ST.
the doo ciitcuH, nn; doo cincus
PR01 KSOIl WHITE
AmnilBUEDUim,.) PEIttOHMINO D003.
HAJtDINU DIOR MA.
Evrunri h m voir.
Performance ery afternoon and n'ght, lie-
eci ca Ecais lor lauies.
ADJII8S10N ONIA' 10 CENTH.
THE ROLLER SKATINO RINK.
K. Y. AVI, II KT. ITU AND I ITll RTrt.
ARsemblles Jlondoy, Wednesday and i rkUy
nlKhtn at b o'clock.
Music by Weber s Orchestra
AEstmblleaecry afternoon at 2 30 Complimen
tary cards can now bo prorumt for tho new
Circling Class now forming for beginners only,
to commence Wednesdaj .January 17. HuMcrti
tlon list now open for an ad vanced circling clasi to
commence Tuecdaj, January 10, open to mem
bers of former classes and other skaters.
special arrangements can be made for Individual
T INCOLN nALL.
Bassett's Singing Skowl,
of yj: olden tyme.
THUPIUY, FRIDAY AD HACUltDAY'
JAUAltY' IS, 10 AND 40.
Admission . .. ii Cents
Eeserved Heats . 30 Cents
MATINEE SATURDAY' AT a.
Adults, 2oc, Children, 15c.
GRAND PRIZE QUESBINO I5VTHRTAIN-
mentsat Union Bethel Hall, M street, be
tween bUteentb andHeenteenth streets north
west, on WEDNESDAY, THURSD y AND
I'JUDAY, January 17, 18 andu. A Walnut Mar
ble top Hot ot fci.riihurewlll bo given to the per
con Ruesblng nearest to tho number of beans In a
COLOHPL ROtlERS AND TROT ES-On AN
DKIts, or N c w 1 ork, combine to give their
OLDPAbHIONI I) OCAL AD SlllU.
MIA PAT. f nS(!EllT4
eer evening In the Studio at DRlVER'3,nn
1 'Pniisyiiii avvt jh itrt? tu utti. un
-TTT"EDT-END DANOINQ ACADEMY,
Northeast Corner 19th sl. and Pa ae.t Intersec
tion of Ayenuc.lV.h and II sts.
Select class Monday and Thursday. Regular
clasn luesdayand Friday. Soiree Wednesday,
furnished by WM. T.WEHER S Orchestra. Oper
atic eons of classic mnslc for ecttrtalnmeuts,
w ed flings and receptions a specialty ; latest music
Fubllshed furnished on all occaslona. llcsldence,
120 7th st s e .or by telephone at myotllce, cor.
101 list andYa. ave. b e ( or by mall or telegraph,
All orders promptly attended to. d I dm
VrnAORDINAItY INDUCEMENTS OF
Furs, Seal Sacqucs and Circulars.
SIGMUND & GOLDMAN,
l.ttl SLYEM1! STltl'.Kr K0UT1IWK3 1'.
ANTIQUE & HISTORIC
PUitNiTuni: clocks, cut ni.ASw vitr.
OLD CHINA, HltAb AN11IRON4 and FUND
Kits llOLUUr AND faOLD at
noli jio ninth fantEin" olTHvlaT
BC. B. STEVENS,
500 PENKSYLVANIA AVKNUE, under Na
HAS JUBl' ULUtlVED A
Superb Stock of Undeiwear,
Plain and Indicated. HOSir.nY, GLOVES,
Very latfst tli-lea of H ATa. lc..
S. N. MEYER,
023 SEVENTH RTIIEET N. W., BET. I AND K
GILT AND SILVER TRIMMINGS.
HEQALIAB AND BADGES MADETOOHDEn
Male Thonsanfls oT Homes Pleasant
Hundreds Started on Fortune's Road Soiling
His EOoda.forLiairrrNa and COOKING. No
chimney, wick, klndllne, ashes, nor waste. Llfibt
edln one-half minute, put out lu one socond.
No remnants, decay norahrlukaEe.
WANTED 500 men who will Invest 200tefl0,.
000 In goods and push sales In different titates,
pro tit from So to 300 per cent.
Plain statements backed by sales and good will
cf purchasers to all who call, with courteous at
tention. 911 D BT., near 10TJT (Post Building), Washing
OIGARS AND TOBAOOOT
The best quality of Cigars and Tobacco In
W holcsale and ltetall Quantities can be bought at
0. BOYER'S Emporium, 311 4 Bt. S. W.
A Specialty Is madeol Veeplngthe beat brands.
" "" NuTilun v
A eraud rcreptlou naa been tenders 1 Slgnor
Toinusso balvlnl, tho dlstlngulsbM Italian
trnsedlou, by tbo tamous Clover Club ot l'tilla
delpbla, on Tbumday evonlue noxt. Tbo
X resident lias beon Invited autlhaa fileultled
bis Intention ot belnu preaont. Over ono
tlicutand special Invitations bave been sent
T T. COLDWELb, Auctioneer.
TIllmTEER, HALE OP TWO-srOIlY FUAJIE
Ity virtue of ft deed ol trusl, dated tho Ht day of
Maj, I8S0, and duly recorded Inllber No J, fullo
ml!, one of tho land records for tho District of
Columbia, tbo underslRnod trustees u 111 soil
atpublicnuctloiiton MONDAY JntuuryS1,
iiwi atfouroclockp ni.,ln frontof thpprejiUpit,
loto, n. in amiaro No. 407 located on Hlxlh Rtreet
RomhueMit ctwecuU and llnticets, improved by
a o-story framedw elllnff.
'1 enna, onoiblrd cash, Imlanco at six and t elvo
moi.tliM,nlth notes bearlnjr Interest nnd secured
by .dfedof tmston tbepropertr.
AllcoonveanLlngat purchaser's cost. flOOdc
posltpttlmcofsale. ClIAltT.TA. KIIAUSK,
II? "0 21- UWWUUVAHj.
T T, tOLDWELI., Peat 1 jjtato Auctioneer.
1 1lL'STKrrH BALK or A TWO-MTOUY
J ItAMi: 1IOUHK. ON 'IHEHOIJI H HIDK OP
(J HI Jll'Hl.llKrWJ K.V PIJ181 AND1III1 I)
HTPI ElHNOIirilWl.&r. ""-w
Py virtue of n deed 61 trust dated July 11, A. D.
H;u, duly recorded In Liber No iro lodo .nt, ct
stn.orror the laud rer orris Inr the District ot
I oluinhia, and at the request of the party secured
lhfrtby.1 shall sell at public auction, In frontof
the i rem 1st it, on HA 1 1JIDA Y, January (J, ISM, at
4 o Ltocfe p m , all that certain t arcPl ot land and
prnnitEB fcltuate In thn city of Washington, D. O ,
unit ktown nnd 0scrlbed as helnff pattsoflots
numbered ly and 20, In tqtiare numbered M-l, be
glnnlnf; for thn sameatapolatiirteen (10) feet
v,vtt from the northeast corner of said lot num.
1 tred jy,nitd running thence east thirty feet,
thence poutli 185 fret, iheucn west feet, thence
north lba tcjuo the place or beginning, together
with the Improvement, Ac.
lerins Onothlrd cash, halance In s'x and
tnUemontbs,nlth Interrst at ffper cent, per
annum, sreured by a deed of trout on the nroperty
Bold, or all cash nt option of the purchaser. A
net oslt ot tj5u required nt the time of sale, and all
conveyancing at purchasers cost. Terms to be
complied with lnspven days, otherwise the trus
tee resen es the xlaht to resell the property at the
risk and cost ot the defaulting purchaser, ftller
tl2T eod JAStES r. KINES.'Ttustec
jfo'The above hale Is PoHlpontd on account of
thenralhrr until Wl DNJjDAY January loth.
ltAi.aaraehonr and plarr.
jairitads JAMES 1. KINEM. Trustee,
jtya-TbeanoYO is further Postponed on account
ot tho weather until ntlDAV, January 19th,
JbM, same hour and pi arc,
JalOfcd JAM1CM r. KIWI q.Trostec.
EEKS t CO , AucUoiiMTP,
'iiu xiouisiaun avenue
TRUSTEES' SALE 01' A lltAME HOUSE.
Uy virtue or u deed of trust dated on thetth
day of Alsrcb,1879, and duly recorded In liber
!i07, folio 4.1, ono or tlio land record of tho Dls
trlctof IVilumbiA.ne will sell At public auction,
on MONDAY, the 22d day ot January IS I at 1
o clock p.m. In front of the premises, all that
part or lot numbered two (2). In anuare numheicd
four hundred and fenty tiireo (473). according
to the subdivision of nnld square made by the
trustees ot hamuet Elliot, recorded In the Kur
ej or s ofllco of said city, commencing at a point
one hundred and forty six (lie) icet from the
toulhcurU corner of paid squaro nnd rnnnlnR
south alone sjxth street tnentj four (21) feet,
thence nest seventy ile (75) ietl. thence north
tneutj four(:i)fert thence east seventy Uvo (73)
fretlo the place ot beginning, located on sixth
s'rtet southwest, betneen SI and Ntdreets.the
fcame being Improved by a l o-story frame house.
'lrrros-Onehair cash, the bnlance lnslxand
teln months, with notes bearing Interest and
pfttircdby deed of trust on the property. All
ronveyanclngat purchaser a cost. One hundred
dollaia deposit at llrno of rqIp.
HIMON IOhi PIT,
M AUGUSTUS P.DAUHSTAN,
Easl f asimon AavertisemBnts.
the s-vsriss x.xmsr9
Mrs. ELIZABETH WAGNER,
HAS IlEJIOVKD to the elegant and com mo
dlous new building, 40J 1 net Capitol street,
where, bp usual, pure mil butter and dairy pro
CIDKB, MINCE MEAT. CllANIlEItltlES.
ItalMns, Currants, Citron, tigs, I?uts,
Orange. lemons, 1'ruotH, Canned doous and
Pure Candy; also, Choice A pplf s and Totatocs. at
Miluuley &I)oHuIc;'itlS00rnn.Tc. Unst.
And Delln Ig & McCauley's, cor. "d and O tts, n. e
Creels cry and Olosswaro with Teas and Co Bees.
FM1 lll'llISETKA COMPAMMourthsLanil
1'a aft. s p Branches In the markets. J. If. fc
J I.ODONKI IL. 1'roprletors. Jll
COMECTIONE11V OF ALli KINDS. FOU
elgn and domestic fruits and everything
ptrtalnlng to a first class confectionery Orders
lor cflkesot ailous kinds receHed and tilled at
short notice. P.hH INLE, ,
111 No 110 1'euna ave. east.
XX ALE ON DRAUGHT
5 CKNI8 TElt Gl.AbS.
OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE,
yll all) PFNNA.AVEj UAriTOTjIIILL.
all ri a vons, rrnB and rrtEsn daily.
FnUlT, FOREION AND DOMESTIC,
At Yr'tlTOIAK'S, 303 1'cnnn. Ave. East.
COAL AND "WOOID
Carefully Selected tor Family Use, at
East Washington Coal and Wood Yard,
B I.SIMl'bOy. Jn., 010 Tenna. ave.B. e.
The most complete and largfststock of STOVES
frdPAlUXm IltA'lEBS In Laat Washington.
HouseluriilsbingUoods ond Tinware at Cheapest
llatcsln tb cliy.
M. II. 1LWN. CCa Iium. Ave.H. U.
Capitol Hill Mineral Water Depot,
IDOOX.B'ir'S DBTJQ STOKE
Cor. Third and 1'enna. av cnuc, S. E
Alvva8 on hand a Rood Minply ol thovarloas
nil (HrlrHl rnrlnc vvatpm at low ct price1!.
'I HE HIALIO 1QU:TA1N MiVEIt hTOlM.
'1111Z BlTHEI.ytTrD STOCK,
AT Tllfc LOWi-ST l'ltlCii), AT
WSkI. B. MARCHE'S
POrULAIthTOVE and iionsErunNisniNo
MISS E. F. EABSON.
Instiuctlon given IntDecoratlve Art Needle
203 Pa. Ave. S. E., Capitol Hill.
AT WASHINGTON UAU,.
Hennlona Mondayn and Thursdays from 8 until
10 p. xn. CLUdren'sClabses Tuesdays and Tridays
Rt vftoi'a BiitJiiNonAJi and oqlway.
East Capitol Street Pharmacy.
1 he Most Reliable and Oldest Establishes e.
SCALA'S, BCz ID.,
HOI EAST dAriTOL STUKET.
CEO. F. HARBIN,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, &o.
OILCLOTI1S AND MATTINGS,
119 Pennav4vanta aye. . e., Capitol Hill.
WASHINGTON BALL RESTAURANT,
ALBl RTO CA3IFBFI.il, rroprletor, cor. Sd at
andl'u ave , Capitol 11111. Gamo and luxuries lu
season Iilwaulcee and Washlnston beer and
other drinks. Ladles' Dining rooms. spl
OIILLDllArKD 1IKAL1NO Sl'I'.INGS,
BATH CXIUNTY. VA.
R. B. FERGUSON,
Sr.COND ANDI'PNNSYt.VANIA AVE. S.
AOKNT TOlt P. O.
Sont- Was-inston Aflvertisaarals
If you want to buy the best quality ol Coal and
Wood co to
Main omce, Depot aud Kindling. Wood Mill, 4)(
st. and Va. av e, s. w. Braneh oulces, 6J9 7lh st.
n. w. and 14J B st. 8. e. The trade supplied. Trla
phonlc connection. I handle the very best Quality
ol Anthracite and Bituminous Coal. I buy. lor
rash only, and therefor my prices are hard to
beat. Coal recelv ed direct by rail lrom the mine,
and kept under cov er. Orders delivered promptly
I n any partol the city. oca
BOOTS, SHOES AND SMPPERS Z
hi cudlces variety for tho Holidays can bo fouudat
.101 FOUlt ASD-A.HALF ST. bODTHWEST.
Gent s slippers are sold ft orn BO cents np, and la
dies' lrom Ta els. up. I'rlces lovv throughout.
Dealer la Bools, Shoes, Hats, Caps aud Faucy
hlippera at -1 4? Beventh street, has purehased au
linment.A stock for the holidays dl8-lm
VvT-:. . BTJ3VT.
Dealer In WOOD AND COAL,
COll. 8KVFI1TII AND B STS.S. W.
Teams run to all parts of the city, and families,
hotels and oulces can be supplied with the utmut
WANTED TO EXCHANGE, NEW
stov es for old ones, ho. 1 rlre-place stsye,
two ronsof mica doors, to heat two rooms, for
125. AH38,t I'.O.Bauer. M