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THE EVENING' CRITIC, WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1884.
RecllKss RUoollnK-An 01ilFlIl
Bomo unknown party Bred, ft bullot through
n row window or Mr. W. 0. Sanders' house, at
No. 414 East Capitol street, yesterday otior
noon. Tbo funeral ot tho Into Mrs. Margarot Lloyd
look place yesterday morning, ana was large
Mr. J. M. Deard, ot Rutland, lid., and Mlas
V. H. pholps, or tuls city, woro married yostor
flay at Waugn M. E, Church, by tho nor. Mr.
Tbo servlcos ot tbo pump doctor aro badly
needed at l'llth and A strcots southeast.
Tborowlll bean old-fashioned waton meot
tog at Douglas Memorial M. E. Oburob, at
Lleventh and 11 stroets northeast, this evon
ing. Tne sorvlces will begin at 10 o'clock and
closoatl2, Tho public Is invited.
Btatlon-Keeper Kelly ot the Eighth Precinct
tttempttd to arrest Ed Thomas, a notorious
colorod sneak-thlef, yesterday, but tho latter
was assisted In escaping by a mob ot his
Meeting of Ilia Cotnmltlco on Trim,
jportntlou MUcellnueonn Mention.
A mooting ot tho Oommlttoe on Transporta
tion met at Inaugural headquarters lost own
ing and organized by selecting Colonel John
Jameson, vice-chairman i rtrcy 0. Smith,
correepondlng sccrotaryt Robert T. Weston,
recording secretary. Tho tollowlng gentle
men were addod to the committee) J. F.
Legco, ot tho Baltimore k OhloRallrsad
Frank Trigg, Chosapcako k Ohio Railroad 1 8.
M. Ilrophy, Washington ft Ohio Ratlroal,
ana . J. Lockwood, Shenandoah Valley Rail
road. The tollowlng rates wore turnlshod as hav
ing boon established by tbo Baltimore k Ohio
nnd Pennsylvania railroads i Baltimore to
'Washington, tl.'M, and Washington to Balti
more, 11.20; to be sold March .1 and I, good
to roi urn March C. rittsburgh to Washing
ton, f 10i sold March 2 and a, good till March
7. rarkorsburg and Whcollng, fill sold
March 3 and n, good till March 7. All points
east or Pittsburgh and Whoeling, ono lowest
unlimited rato sold March a ana 1, good till
March 0 to roturn. Wostern ratos mil prob
ably bo made next month-about ono un
Tammany baa concluded to send only GOO
Instead ot 1,000 men, on account ot so tr city ot
Burgess k Bhopherd, ot this city, want to
bavo chargo ot tho gontlemon's toilet-room.
Caiter Collins has applied tor tho prlvllogo
Ot polishing tho gent's boots at tho ball.
Asa commlttoe to uavo chargo ot accomoda
tions for colored visitors, tho tollowlng bavo
been named i Messrs. Walker Lowls, David
Fiebor, W. II. Lee, E. T. Harris find carter A.
The renowned Montgomory (Ma.) Grays nro
negotiating for quarters during Inaugura
tion. Tntlvo thousand bill tlckotsaro to bo Is
sued. 7 to ronslon Building Is to bo toady for
decoration on January 15.
TboOommlttoo on Public Comfort, ot which
Mr. I. F. WrlRbt Is chairman, has opened a
book at headquarters for the reception ot tho
names of all parties doslrlng to rent their
rooms or b"lls. The book Is hooded through
out as follows i Location, namo ot owner,
number ot beds, moals, heat, terms, to whom
FitAjaic Hume. vfcoliVtlo grocer, Pennsylva
nia avenue, sells (truer Frcfljlum 8ofrrDuy
It." ,u jit""
CUT-iute salqlJjuiiiinrfiliiii cor. 7th k E,
MAimAijBkWKv'has petmouod for divorce
fromJarrrFoley and ho has been enlolnod
troHT Interfering with hor. Bhe chargos hlmJ
tate in riotous living.
"Whom the gods lovo dtoXMung," saya
Byront but why dlo whfyHypncan euro tne
cold or cough whUMrtleglecftif means death?
Dr. Bull's OouaVByrup mayn't be In favor
wnu tnoous, tor it Koeps thousands rrom
p, but mortals who tako It praise It.
. Jossrn Bonnows, ono ot tbo oldost pny-
n In thA Ulatrtn. la l.lni. a..,..,,. .1. .
.......a. . .uw ....., .Q ..U,. DDIIUUDIJ III (
ujo residence, no. vji l, street normweat,
with softening of tbo brain. Dr. Wm. O. Pal
mer, of Ko. 0 Jo u street nortbwost, at a late
hour last night was said to bo In a very pre
henry K. Willatid, 'administrator ot the
estate ot Frederick L. Christmas, has omeroir
eult against Mary I., o. Wood, executrix ot the
estate ot William W. W. Wood, to recover a
balance due on a. mortgage on Braoklrn proiw
ittir.inwhijj it wm subject, hut which has
rot been paid In tall, J -
at a mooting ot tit. Aloyslus Branch, No.
170, 0.tbollo Knlghia ot America, the rollow
Ids officers were elected for tbo ensuing termi
I'resldenr, J. II. Buscher: vice-president, Den
nis connell; secretary, B. r. Clarksom ser-ceant-at-arms,
Joseph Gelert eentlnol, John J,
sweeny; trustee, Daniel Orady,
the Washington k Oeorgetown Railroad
Company, by a bill In equity against tbo Dis
trict commissioners, oaks that they bo en
joined from endeavoring to collect assessmflMsS
on tho capital stock ana trs:ks as iraairwBstato
tor tbo years from 1871 to 'filsrfTno ground
that tne assessments a:
ruLiI)nMB8ulLflrabmi(Br03.. 7th and E
A xnTi(AlelcEitlou.7oi members of tho
Oxjexn:ampmonr ot tne u. a. it. met last
evening at the National Hotel and discussed
the eligibility ot tbo various candldatos, M. A.
' Slllonln tbo chair. No conclusion was roacbed,
except tbat some man outsldo the Depart
ments of tho Government must bo eelocted.
A contract, It Is said by the 1'AllaUtliMa
l'nii, has been mado by General Hazen, of the
Signal omce, with Professor Bamuol A.King,
tto well-known roronaut ot Philadelphia, to
rrakoavo balloon ascensions In tbo Interest
ot meteorological research. Tnreo ot tboso
ascents will bo made from this city, and tbo
other two will take place from the grounds ot
Qlrard collego in Phlladelpbla,
Tne Balttmoro k Potomaa Company bavo ro
sorted to the courts to settle tho question ot
crossing Fourteenth street southwest with
their railroad tracks, and yestorday nied a
bill in equity against the District Commission
ers, praying tbat they bo enjoined from Inter
fering with the company In laying the track, as
they claim they have tbo right to do under
their chartor and suDsoquont acts ot Congress.
The third reunion ot tbo nigb school class
ot '82 was held last evening at the Dorrance.
The election ot officers for the coming year re
sulted us follow-1 President, R. n. Phillips;
first vice-president, II. Btowarti second vlco-
presiaenr, it. i. uanningi secretary, J. u. ueia
pinnoi treasurer, w. a. itosonnaum
a.u. jiaiij eaitor, u. u va
ine Aiumni Association,
j, A. Manor.
,7th and E.
tmuUlDbudurer tho Vlrslnla Midland Rail
road to FhlladelDhla sixteen head ot the
largest steers that over passed through Wash
ington. It was a special trial trip ot tho
much-talked ot Bbellaberger Compartment
Catllo Oar. The car la what might bo called a
comtortablo stable on wheels. Mr. Fletcher
nrd Captain Carter, large stock shippers,
w-ro wlib the train and are very enthusiastic
In their pralsoot tbo car. Tho saving from
sbrlnkago alone will be at least $100 por day.
MAnniAQE licenses havo been Issued as fol
lows) Joseph R. Paul and Harriot A. Cart
wright; Sebastian F. Obald and Annie I. Mor
row j J. B, Osborn and Sarah A, Wood) J. For
roll and Nora 0. Nalleyi M. n.Schmltt and
Mary Y. Woterst o. A. Bortrlgbt and Nannie
M. Francis, both ot Richmond, Va.; B. It.
Hugbee of this city, and Eunice W. Sander, of
Raclno, Wls.j Thomas II. Oornett,ot Q ray eon
County, Va,, and Mary L.Oulver, of this cltyj
II. D. Simpson, ot Stafford County, Va., and
Mary A. Johnson, of this city i John Lyons and
Nettle E. O-orgo; Samuel Morrison and Min
nie Radclirre, both ot mm more. Mil. Oeorge
Broelus ana Lizzie Walter, both ot Baltimore,
Md. Harrison Clark, ot Hunterton County,
N. J., and Mary F, Barnes, ot ralrfox County,
MAnuiAnx licenses have been Issued as
followoi Joseph II. Hunter and Eliza B.
Footei Josoph L. Wilson and Sarah E. Mann,
both of Ohosterfleld County. Va.i JohnV. Au
doroon and Ilatllo Tolson i John Temple and
Balllo I.frtlf, both of Roslyn, Vo.iWm.Jaik
son and Emma Marshall) Russell B. Lancas
ter, ot Faunuler County, Va., and Harriet
Parker, of Fairfax County, Va.) Mitchell
Brown, of Prince Oeorgo's County, SM , and
AVoTBy and Willie W. Hater, hnlh nfTtln.
mond, Va.) L. K, Armstrong, ot Woodvllle.
Va., and Mary It. Brpwn. of Silver Springs
Md.j Julian M. Board, ot Rutland, Vt and
F.llonV.B. Philips, ot this tltyi Kanso Ejko
una Martha Mockaboe.
Bujinir for Now Year's Day.
Tho merchants to-day found that tboir
Harvest wfs not over. Thoy hod purchased
where they had not oxpoctod. Many peonlo
delayed their buying until after Christmas.
2S!SS!l.en.Ujr ii" 8tores t0-lW were much
fhe.iuniod They woro not as crowfod as
i?..T 7T -du.r,n tbe Ubrlstmaa season, but
etiii crowdod by pcoplo who wanted to buy
Ser" vo.y llvel?Indeo0d,,.COnl,!, 0bUt ,U "t0r,B
A New Ormuilat.
Tho services ot Mr. Charles It. Elliott,
toiSS, ot 1IeP" " E11"'. " this city,
5?.rJ?6I.lr ornonlet at thp AmerlcnnmHTlol fn
....-'...'? ueon secusad fojxtfB winter as
oi I anlst at mo WestTtorlan Church.
MSIl) U010TBHW t9 I
of Topoka, Kan., and Louisa Lucaf, ot tuts
cllyi John H. Harbin, of this city, ami Mary
AHswiner. of Potomtn mi v. v.. nan.... r.
Tlte Kxcclslor CInb Clirlitmns Colo
Tbo Excelsior Club, accompanied by tholr
lady friends, called on Miss May Norbock, at
her home, No. COS Seventh stroot southwost,
last evening. Mustrlaccompanlod tho party,
which bore ovldonce that tho club was bent
on moro than a social visit i a small papor-box
also accompanied tbo pnrty,whtch waa handed
to Miss Norbeck, and upon being openod, was
found to'conlaln a plain gold bracolot pondant,
on which ton gold bangles glltterod
from tho gas-light, each banglo boating a
monogram of a mombcr ot tho club. Tho pre
sentation was mado by Mr. Uoorgo Neumoyor,
president ot the club, who, In his remarks,
Bald tho gift was trom tho club In recognition
ot the assistance afforded thorn by Miss Nor
beck on former occasions. Although taken
completely by surprise Mies May found volco
enough to express tbanks to tho club, after
which tho party repaired to tbo vacant etoro
room adjoining the house, which had bson
prepared for the' occasion, and dancing
kept up until tbo wee sma' hours In tbo
morning. Although many ot tho guests wero
from Soulb Washington, yot a Hrgor numbor
came from moro distant parts of tho city,
Among those prosont, n tew ot tho namos re
called aro Miss Annie Noumeyer, Miss Burns,
Miss Page, the Misses Lynn, Mlssoa Pluggo,
Barker, Mrs, Wernor and Muesrs. Neumeyer,
Uarpor, Plugge, French, Lacey, Borland,
Lynn, Parker. Jone, Sullivan, Parks, John
son, Uarvoy, Fowler, Loach, Mooro,
Tbo chlldron's Christmas celebrations at the
Wesimlnstor Presbytorlan, Ryland Cnapel M.
E.and Fifth Baptist churches, In South Wash,
ington last night, woro wltnossod by a large
numbor of poople, botb old and young, and
were greatly enjoyed by all. Tho Christmas
supper of yestorday made many a little
stomach lull) tho celebrations ot last night
made many a little heart glad. Evory child
In Bomb Washington who ovor did ottond
Bunday-sohool must havo been present at ono
or the other ot the churches, for tho capacity
ot the church was nover tilled to such an
overflow ot children botore, at Ryland Chapel
170 children bolng prasont, At the others
tbore mutt havo boon equally as largo a num
ber, as thevworo Backed to tbo utmost ca
pacity. Santa Olaus visited tbo little onos at
tho different churches near about tho samo
time and In a different costumo at each
cburcb. Ills capacious sleigh waa loaded with
an lnexbauetlblo stock ot toys, candles and
heaps ot other good things, ami all tbo chil
dren woro bountifully supplied. At Westmin
ster Presbyterian Church, on Bovontu street,
the celebration was participated In by all tho
scholars ot the Sunday-school, who woro ac
companied by their pnronta. Tho school
was formed In procession by classes
In tho audlencc-room ot tho church.
Each class carried a handsomo banner, bear
ing tho namo of tho church, from wbenco thoy
marched to a morry carol to tbo lecture-room,
which was handsomely decoratod for tho occa
sion. Tho entortalnmont consisted of carols
many of thorn accompanied by tho tinkling ot
bells rosponses, recitations, etc., at tho closo
ot which a large curtain was arawn aside, dis
closing a bandBomoly trlramod Bblp, maunod
by Juvonllo sailors and loadod with prooonts
for tho scholars, which wero distributed by
Kris Krlngle, who came from the Arctic re
gions for tbo purpose. A novel featuro ot tho
evening was the receipt ot telegrams, de
livered In orthodbx style, giving tho progross
ot Santa claus from Polarvlllo to Bwampoodlo,
and when tho latest dispatch was ro
celved tbo children wero almost wild with
oxcltemont, and as Santa Olaus mado his ap
pearance among the group, some ot tho
youngor ones gavo a loud boo-h, half ot glad
ness and halt ot fear. After Introducing- him
self to tbo llttlo ones, selecting assistanco
trom among them, ho distributed tho presents
to all and beggod to bo oxcusod for another
year, as be had several other churches to visit
before returning to Polarvlllo, and mado bis
dlsappearanco through a roar door. Both tho
little and big boys and girls, as well as tbo
older folks, went home trom tho church woll
pleased wltb tho occasion.
Tho Christmas festival ot tho Sunday school
otthoFltib Baptist Church lost night was
bold In the lecture-room of tho church. Thoro
wero about 800 scholars present, and humor
ous gifts woro distributed. Among tbernwas
a rocking chair from tho toachors of the school
to tho pastor, Ror. 0. 0. Meador, a sot of books
and a box containing a handsomo toilet set
and gold toothpick from tho members ot the
Sunday-school to tho superintendent, Mr.
John L. Cox i a ralsod-letter Blblo to the blind
organist, Professor Garland, Tbo presenta
tion speeches wero made by Messrs. Olive,
Ycatman and Taylor, and wero rospondod to
by tho recipients in appropriate terms.
The children In Mrs. Oliver's class wore
each presented with a handsome workbox by
tholr teachor. Alter a solo by Master Robert
Yeatman, Oliet by MIshos May and Ooss, reci
tation by Misses Smith. Ulpklns, Mardors
and Master Bonnie Cox. Santa Olaus gatnod
admittance to the church through a roar door,
greatly to the merriment ot tho children. Al
ter pulling at bis shaggy beard and somowhat
smoothies hta wrinkled, face, he Introduced
nimsolt and immediately set about aismuut
tne the toys nnd CAnrtlAS trom his fllAlab to
tbe Sunday-school scholars, stating that ono
ot his reindeers was a llttlo lamo, and as ho
bad another place to visit, be would advise
tbem to a strict attendance at tho school until
next year, and ho would try to havo a little
longer stay with them. Tho children from
this church departea happy.
At Ryland Chapel, which was filled to over
flowing, tbe congregation was entertained by
Professor Murray, with his dcscrlptlvo magic
lantern panorama, whllo awaiting the arrival
of Santa Olaus. Although the Professor's In
tention was to please, It was to no avail on this
occasion, as ovory onco and a whllo somo llttlo
volco would call out, "I want Kris Rrlnglo,"
sbowlng plainly tbat tbe llttlo onos woro pros
ont on an entlroly different causo. They aid
not havo long to wait, bowevor, as Kris was on
bis way and would soon arrive. Ho was Just
leaving tbo children ot tbo Fifth Baptist
Church. AU ot a suddon tho magic-lantern
curtain was drawn aside, tbo room darkonod,
ana amid a red light Santa Claus climbed up
tbo back ot tho church and came In tbo win
dow. Ho pulled an enormous number ot toys
alter blnu which bo lavlehlys distributed
among tho scholars, taking his departure Im
mediately afterward. Evory one wont horns
from this church bearing a token to remember
Santa Claus until ho calls again ono year
The Ilnndall Hippodrome,
Tbo Randall party Is attracting sjMallon,
not only all through tho South, jajswo tbey
are traveling, dui an over tnefwaniry. air.
Randall's speeches are for prajgRton platforms
ana full ot soundnoss. TUTtwelvo or fifteen
distinguished men wlthaoe party also attract
attention, but tbe fawtonable peopla ot tho
South aro espectaUr attracted by tbo hand
somo personalofVpearance ot those ot the
fiarty wbo caneftrom Washington. Tbey wear
be latestjsflos of clothing from Messrs. B.
jtooinBoap-tt uo. s mammotn cioining nouso,
Dccrrnso of Professional Bob'
The Police Department has proparod a list
ot professional robborles committed here since
1880. For tho year ondlng June SO, 1880,
tbero were 331 robberlos, aggregating $60,
000) year ending June SO, 1831, 020 rob
beries, aggregating $52,000) June 30, 1882,
380 robberler, aggregating 20,000i Juno 30,
1883, 203 robberlos, aggregating (20.000;
1884, 88 robberlos, aggregating J7j5tt"-
A special dopartinselrrsliged for tho $10
suits and ovyjwffij. Elsearep Bros., corner
Clilciico Grain nnd Provision Mur
nets. Tbo following summary by B. K. Plain k
Co., St. Cloud building. Ninth and F streets,
shows tbo course ot tbo Chicago grain and
provision market up to 1 p. in, to-duyi
0. 11. L. V.
Wheat-Jon... Tfl'fc 70'i, 7tV& 70
Feb... 77 77i 7UV4 70
May,. 8J4 GOLj 81 H2
corn-Jan ... arJ us, av-t, ar
Fob... USVi 35V 11 Hfe M
May.. a8Vi SSVij 37 m&
Oats-Jan... Oti 35 2B 23 b
Feb... 25. 26 ISO'S 2iVi
May,. 28 ti 2Uti 28i 33V
Pork-Jan... lioo 11 10 ll oa 1107"
Feb ... 11 13Vi 11 25 11 UV)t 11 20
May.. 1155 11 UIV, 11 47HS 1100
Lira-Jan... auvtt tins aoa uuav,
Feb... U72H, 0 75 0 75 0 72Vi
Tbe tollowlng are tbo closing quotation ot
the Washington Stock Exchange to-day i
D.O. BONDS. Hill. AlVU n, MOCK. JVIrf AlK'll
Per Im. Os W&QBt'k.
01, coin.. 11 GH "B?nds,.,115
Per Ira. 7e Columbia.. 28
'111, cur... 120'4 1S2 N Cap k O
Mt. St'k7s Stroot 31
'02, cur... 121 Met 03 75
Water St'k Anacostla.. 7
7 b, 1001,
curr'ney ,. 128
Water Bt'k ririE ins.
7, 1003, COS.
curr'ney.. I28Yj Wash. City
50-yr.tuud aasl't Co.
3.06enr;i Bt0(:lt 30ii 40y
,-urr'ncy.. 4id-i i N Union.... is
20-yr.tunil Columbia,. 10 lOfc
curr'ney .. Ud no Potomao 13
,?'5'r,.?i, Arlington.. 130
Os, 1802, Firemen's. 45
coin........ H6V1 Franklin... MX.
80-yr.fund Corcoran... f
0, 1002, Oer-Am'ru, iW
coin llOiij imnitoiirfCJ ot 7
SwAiLow-TAiyowefBlRlnan Bros., 7tb U E.
Centre Market will be open AS USUAL
on TUESDAY and WEDNBWDAV,
ON 11IURSDAY, NKW YKAJVS
DAY, tbe Market WILL BE CLOSED
.AT 11 A, M, r. H. SMITH, Clerk.
MBS. O. DONOVAN,
310 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW IOnK,
Will bo In parlors ot Arlington until SATUR
DAY, January U, with an Elogant Display ot
Ball and Dinner Drosses, Wraps and Milli
nery. de20 0t
A meeting ot the atockholders of The Evening
Crltlo Publishing Company will be held at tbo
office. 611 Xtlnth st. n. w., Washington,
D, 0., on Saturday, January 17, 1883, at 1J
o'clock ra.t lot tbe purpose of considering a prop
osition to Increase the capital etock of nald com
pany. v M. D. HELM.
K. M. HACK.
December M, 1MI. deM-td
tojA rtiF.ETirc or tiik niock.
tVB) holders ot the Washington dKlcorgetown
ItMlrood Company, tor tho election ol directors,
will be held at the offlte or the company, (leorge
town, on WI'DNlUDAYrnKlimDAYOF
JANUARY, lNSS. . .
1 he polls will be opened at 12 m. and closed at 2
J. m. Trnnsler books will be closed on the 7th oi
anuary, lew, and opened on January 15, 18.U.
ii. mmr. iTMiiinnt.
O. M. KOONES, Secretary. deCT-UI
DIVIDEND NO. 10.
A dividend of 40 cents a share has been declared
on tbe capital stock of this Company, payable at
theoniceof tho Company In Centro Market on
and alter January e, una. Transfer books close
December 17, 1581,
HAMUEL W. OUItniDEN,
OJrTH'K UP Till! 7IUIT UA1. 1'IHJ-
jhbuhaujs uu. uir u.v.
WAsmxaro!-, Dec 13,188 1.
Policy-holders are hereby noilaed to .enew
their Insurance on or before tlie last Monday In
December. 1S1, for the year 168.1.
'tne rate 01 interest on an renewals win oe one
ler cent, on tno prcminm notes.
mid attend to vinir renAnals before thn lmt
few days, and thus avoid the rrowd.
rtclVUI j.wkhlky DOTKLKIt. Secretary.
-Vol tee 1 under thli head are uuerted at Met
10 cents per ttnr.
nllOlY CROSS CIUMtCH. MASSAOUU-
Mm setts aveaMVUlTd Klehteenth street,
Now Vi mi ilwir It "ill of Circumcision; holy
enchnrlaaMrTTiO n m. it
ClirUtmns Not Quito Over.
A number ot Christmas festivals woro hold
last evening under tho auspices ot dlfforent
The Christmas eitortalnment at tho Aswm
bly Presbyterian Church lastovonlng was par
ticipated in by a number ot young people and
adults, and ombracod singing and recitations
and a distribution ot presonts trom a Christ
Tbo Sunday-school ot tho Twolfth-stroot
Presbyterian Church soutboast yesterday held
their usual Christmas entertainment in Odd
Follows' Hall, on Eighth street. The pro
gramme consisted ot musical and lltorary
pieces, and was woll rendered by tho scholars,
to each of whom a prosent was given.
Hundreds ot Sabbatb-scbool children and
tholr friends oiled the West Btroot Prosbyto
rlan Church, West Washington, last evonlng
to partlclpato In tho enjoyable Christmas
festival arrangod forthom. After tho choir's
voluntary, prayer was offered by tho pastor,
ana the hymn "Shout Your Ulaa uosannas''
Bung, Then followed tho awarding of modals
and premiums, and after tbe Blnglng ot tho
hymn "Hall, All nail," tho distribution ot
Christmas gifts. Another hymn and tho bono
diction closed tho celebration.
Tho Oay street Baptist Church, ot WeBt
Washington, hold tholr usual Christmas on
tor'alnment lost nlgbt. Tho exercises con
sisted ot concertoa music, Ringing by tho
eonool, recitations by largo and Tory small
otaliaren. nrtjji-rijBw, ir,tnopM,wiaM, .i.
Lodge, Dr. walker ana Mr. Medley. "Annlo
ana wuiio's rrnyer," by Mr. James B. Phllp,
and distribution of prizes rrom two mammotn
Christmas troos by Santa Claus, followed wltb
boxes ot candy, orangos, apples, Ice cream
and cake. Tho members of the cburcb and
congregation took advantage of tbe opportu
nity to present their pastor with an elogant
dressing gown and slippers and to Mrs, Lodge
a china fruit bpske:, accompanlod by twclvo
handsomely decorated plates.
Tbo Uoepel Temperance Sunday-school gavo
a grand Christmas festival to Us scholars,
numbering over 200, together wltb their
friends, at tbetr new hall, No. 20 J I stroot
northwest, lost evonlng. Tho exerclsos con
sisted of songs and recitations by the scholars,
remarks by arand Worthy Chief Templar M.
p. Caldwell, selections by Dr. Frank White,
and Master Johnnie Bklvlngton played tuo
cornet, end the organ was proslded ovor by
Mrs. A, N. Dewey. At tbe close ot tho literary
exerclsos Santa Olaus took chargo ot the cer
emonies aud dispensed refreshments to tbe
children, croatlng a great deal ot merriment.
Tbe Fatherland Evonlng Bunday School
beld their annual Christmas entertalumont
last nlgbt. Although the school is compara
tively young and small In numberr, tbe schol
ars, with their friends and parents, assomblod
In largo numborr, crowding the church to
overflowing. Thoy wero all amply repaid tor
their attendance, bowover, as the programme
rendered was In all respects an excollont one,
ana was admirably rendorod, Through tho
efforts of tho lady teachors tbe tollowlng bo
lections had been prepared) opening hymn,
"Joy to the World' by the school) '-Song ot
Welcome" by fifteen young glrlsi recitation by
Cbarllo Hazelbusb i :sweet Anthem" by Set
tle Artos) recitation by Minnie Martini song,
"Chlldron's Day," by the infant class) recita
tions by Lizzie Plltt and Alfred Prlncoi reci
tation by tour scholars, Betty Artes, Osoar
Prince, Minnie Fey ana Dora Lip
poldi recitation by Oscar Prlncoi reci
tations by ausslo Artos and Dolly
Ueateri rang, "Motry, Meny Christmas," by
the school) recitation by Oscar Prince i recita
tions by Hattie Donaldson, Suelo Sullivan,
Dora Llppold and Minnie Feyt recitation by
Lula Martini "Glory to aoa. In tho Highest,7'
Betty Artes and chorus; recitation, "Widow
Gray," Llzzlo Wagonor, and "Hark I tho
Tramping of an Army," by eighteen scholars.
When these were concluded, tbe children
were given tho usual Christmas 'delicacies,
and Mr. Ilomrlgbaus called upon Mr. May for
a speech. Mr. May mado a tew remarks, con
gratulating tbo school and expressing himself
as glad to be present, and as be was about to
conclude, directed a tew remarks to tho super
intendent, Mr. Homrighaus, presenting that
gentleman with a Christmas tokon from the
teachers ot tbe school. Blnglng concluded tbe
exercises ot the evening, and every ono wout
away pleased with tho evening's entertain-
A Itnllronil I'rluco Detliron
nis career was short
rose from almost notbl
president ot several greai
his aoctors commanded
to retire from
business, It bo wouia
is Ufa. Overwork
did It. Bo wlso bgjerts ove:
ork eets the bet-
wn's Iron Bitters and
keep up you
engtb and your uervetono. E.
Mayer. 23MTaronne street, New Orleans, Bays,
--noiuiofrnoips mo uu uruwns iron tiitiers.
Dealli of Cnufnlu llllolieiifl.
Captain Wm. Ultcbons, wbo was snot at
Coroileld Harbor November 2'l, died nt Provi
dence Hospital yesterday, Tne shooting oc
curred In tho bouse ot Henry Welbelandtbo
latter did tho shootlug. Deceased and soma
othlsfrlonds weruengngod In a disturbance
In Welbel's bouse, and he ordered thorn out,
when pistols were drawn and two shots ared.
Welbel discharged the shotgun be held In his
bands at tbe crowd. The contents ot tbo gun
took effect In Ultcbene' bead, canylng away
Bart ot the skull and laying baro tbo bratn.
o was brought to this city on tho stoamor
Bue and taken to Providence Hospital, whore
bo remained till be died,
llovr AVoincu Differ From Men
At least three men on tbo average Jary are
pound to disagree with tho rost luST to show
tbat they've minds ot thi
is no uisagreomont amo:
women as to
too merits or lit,
Uon." They are i
bus In pronouuc
log It tbe best r
itbo world for ell
illnesses and com-
!lt transforms tho
pale, bnjeisrd. dispirited
iman Into one of
supreme" In the bappy household.
I'osfoflieeUlllclaU Nivorn In.
Second Assistant Poslmsster-Oenoral Thomp
son ana Superintendent of Rellway Mall Ser
vice John Jameton were sworn In to-day and
will enter upon the aischargo nt the amies ot
their respective offices with tbo New Year.
Tbooatb waB admlnlsiorod by the veteran no
tary ot the Department, Judgo James Law
reneon, who has sworn In twenty-two Post.
masters-General nnd a hundred and seven
assistant postmasters general and an Innum
erable number ot minor officers.
JJOllKN. RINO OUT THE OI.DYEAlt.
1 SOREAMINO FUN SET TO MUSIO."
THE I JIANLONS.
LE VOYAIIK EN BU1S3E.
NEW YEAn'S MATINEE TO-MOItllOW,
NKW YKAH'H MATINKK TO-MOItlUtW,
NEW YKAIt'M MATINKK 'lO-MOUROW,
Admission tu Balcony only 23 cents,
Admlseton to Balcony only 2ft cents.
Admlwilon to Balcony only 23 cents.
Admission to Balcony only 23 cents.
, Admission to Balcony only 23 cents.
ADMlfcBlON TO OllOHKSTUX ONLY SO OTH.
ADMISSION 'IO OltOHKHTllA ONLY W tTIH
ADMI8HI0N TO OIlOHKHTItA. ONLY 60 OTH.
ADMISSION TO ORCHESTRA ONLY 60 OTH.
ADMISSION TO ORCHESTRA ONLY 60 UTS,
School Children's Matinee Snlnrday,
School Cblldt en's Matinee Saturday.
School Children's Matinee-Saturday.
"A HA1TY NEW YEAR TO ALL."
New Ycar'a Week.
EVERY EVENINCI AND THREE MATINEES
Matinee Wednesday at 2.
New Ycar'a Matinee at 2.
Saturday Matinee at 2.
And Every Evening at 8,
THE MADISON SQUARE
In Bronsou Howard's Great Play,
YOUNG MRS. WINTHROP,
With the Original Cast: Ada Dyas, May Roberta,
Oeorge Clark, C. K. Lottraln, Lena Lanirdou,
Jenny Kenmark, Hies. WhllTen, Lla Hurst, Ac,
MR. AND MRS. W. J. FLORENCE.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL.
EVERY EVENING, WEDNESDAY, THUIW-
DAY (New Year) AND SATURDAY
" IN THE RANKS."
An Intensely realistic and plcturcsmio Drama,
Sure In tone and beautiful in sentiment, by
eorge R. ttlma and Henry Pettltt, authors of
"Lights o' London" and "Romany Rye."
Under tho management of Mcssrj, Brooks fe
Monday, January S,
The Oreat Union Sqaaro Theatre Success,
"3 WIVES TO 1 HUSBAND."
BI6CH0FF CONCERT COURSE.
Second concert at
riUHAY KVE.N1.N0, JANUARY 2,
Reserved Beats for Course, f 1.23, at Ellis A
13Ib0H0FF COURSE Or CONCERTS.
J Second Concert,
NEXT FRIDAY UVENINO
AT CONUREUATlONAIi CHURCH.
Reserved Scale for 1 Ivo Concerts, tl.23, at Ellis
t Co.'s, deJMt
IiltOU'S NI'.W 9(IJHF.rj.VI.
xte wncoin uau, em and -D sts. u. vr.
SUPREME SUCCESS I
WEEK OF DECEMBER 20.
Second week of
.. JENNIK KIMBALL'S
OOMIU Ol'EHA COitl'ANY,
IuEdmond Audran's Popular
Every scene new, Irom the brush ot
MR. JAMES -LAMB.
SPECIAL Between acts land 2 will bo Intro
duced Mr. and Mrs. OEN. MITE, the Married
Midgets, the smallest known wedded pair.
Admission to Family circle lOcenta
Admission to First Floor....... ai cents
Heats may be secured ono week In advanco
without extracbaige. Box-ofllceopcn from 10 a.
m. lo 10 p.m. sea
Tno performances dally during the season.
Doors open at land 7 p.m.; overture ono hour
later. Carriages at :10 and 10:10.
TVIMK Jll'SKUJrr. "
XJ l'enna. ave near 11th st,
ANOTHER GRAND SHOW.
HAPPY NEW YEAR WEEK.
EVERY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT.
The Wonderful Holy wood Family, and Full Ju
venile Opern Troapo, together with a
MAGNIFICENT SPECIALTY COMPANY,
Among them the
CELEBRATED VIU0CQ9. A
"Cinderella, or the Little (llasa Hllpper."
ADMISSION TO ALL ONLY TEN CENTS.
NKW YE-in'S WEEir.
Commencing Monday, December 29,
THE ZAMIAH COMBINATION.
4 n Entertainment for the
"BA LDAND 11 1 ItSU r."
T1IK "rllNHEIl AND SAINT."
.ftly.tOTW Yux'K 1M.V .DAtMU,
Hrcoxid Concert in
THE JUHOHOFF COURSE
NEXT FRIDAY EVENING.
Reserved Scats at Ellis A Co.'s, 11.23, for tho
rive Concerts. duttMt
Apmy or address
MISS MARQUERITE E. SAXTON,
no20- 421) Q St. n. w.
UELDON'B DANOINO ACADEMIES 1001
F st. n. w., Tuesdays, Thursdays and
.urdnys; Washington Hall, Third st. ana
Pennsylvania avenuo southeast, Mondays and
Fridays. Send for circulars or forms tor rent
ing either ball to 10O1 F st. n. vr, do
SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED by SKILLED
AT THE "HOWE OFFICE,"
033 F ST. NORTHWEST, NEAR TENTn.
CALL OR BEND POBTAL. oclll-tt
Bargains for This Week
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE.
Tbe tollowlng prices for this weok only t
20 rolls Tapestry Brussels, 00c. per yard; for
mer price, 75c.
20 rolls Tapestry Brussels, 75c. per yard; for
mer price, 00c.
40 rolls Tapestry Brussels (best), 00c. per
yard i former price, SI.
20 rolls Body Brussels, $1.00 por yard) former
00 rolls liody Brussels, $1.23 per yard; tormor
price, f 1.40.
Those aro Special Cash Prices tor this weok
only. Don't tall to tako advantage ot tbem.
Furniture at Lowest Cash Prices.
W. H, HOEKE'S, '
801 Market Space,308&3l0 8thSt.N.V
PETERSEN & OHILDS,
813 Market Spaco,
RUGS, MATS, OILCLOTHS, OORTIOINE. MAT
TING8, LAOE CURTAINS, UABSOOES, &0.
WINDOW SHADES A BFEOIALTY.
We keep only the best gradoa of BIgelow
Wiltons nnd Body Brussels, Smith's Moquettes,
Roxbury and Smith's Tapestry Brussels and
Hartford k Lowell Ingrains. ocl-2m
Professor llell ou Deaf Mntcs.
Professor Alexander Graham Bell has mem
orialized Congress on tbe subject ottbadanger
of tbotoimation ot a deaf variety ot tbo hu
man race. Ho thinks tbat tho system of edu
cating drat mutes together results in Inter
marriages between them i tbat tho offspring
ot these marriages are largely doat mutes,
ana tbat, unless preventive measures ara
taken, tbo number ot tboso unfortunates will
eo multiply as to llnally constitute a aistlnct
varloly ct tbe race. He advises tbat deaf
mutes elToulJ, as far as possible, be educated
with hearing children, su that their environ
ments will lead tbem Into associations with
them, and tend to Ibe cultivation ot speochi
also, tbat legislation be had restricting In a
measure tho Inter-marrlago of doat mutes,
Grnml Hollilny ExctirHlon Kitten
Over tlio l'eimsylvuulit Itnllronil.
Tho usual general excursion covering the
Christmas ana Now Year's holidays baa boon
ordered over the entire system ot the Pennsyl
vania Railroad east of Pittsburg and Erie, un
der this arrangoment excursion tickets at
greatly reduced ratos will bo issued to all
prominent points on the Pennsylvania Rail
road system from Washington, Tboso excur
sion tickets will be sold Docember 2:!, 21, 2,
BO and ill, 18b I, and January l, ibsi, good
for tbo return trip until January 5, 1885, In
clusive. The regular llvn-days' excursion be
tween Wasblngtoti and Balttmoro for $2 will
not be nffected by tbts arrangement. Those
excursion tickets will not pornilt stop-off privi
lege, except nt Philadelphia, within limits,
tickets bolng valid only on continuous connect
ing trains. For information concornlng rates
apply to ticket offices, Thirteenth street nnd
Ponnsyl aula avenue and Baltimore aud Po
tomac Railroad station .
Ami Slio Nllll Liven!
A gentleman stood near tbo wntor-cooler lu
tbo omce ot Georgo E. Lemon, esq,, attorney
wbo employs largo numbers ot people when
a very pretty young lady approachod for a
drink. He drew a gloss ot water and banded
It to her with tbo remark, "I am sorry it Is
not lemonade," when she quickly replied
"Thank you, slrl We bavo vory many Lemon
"TI OW IN THE WORLD CAN YOU SERVE
JJL suchamcAl for is cents?" was the re
mark of a gentleman at the Forsyth Cafe, Sts 10th
St. "1 have paid one dollar at Delraonlco'afor a
meal not ono bit belter. You can't mako more
IlinnM cents on one oi those meals, can your"
L i.WWXA AiV 'AAA
"I UNCI! AT WELOKF.R'H NEW CAFE,
Lunch, from 12 too o'clock....,,,, ,. 20c.
Tablo d'Hotel, trom 5 to 8 o'clock $1 IX)
YOU WILL SAVE 40 CENTS ON EVERY
dollar by going to Auorbach's, cor. 7th
and II, saxony wool Gorman hand-knit
Jacket dopot, for beet quality underwear,
gloves, hate, ehlrto, nockwoar, blua llannol
Bhlrts and sewing machines. de5
MKETS EEMETUV, PHOTOaRAPUKR,
1100 Pennsylvania avenuo, betwoon
lltn ana 12th streets. First-class cabinet
photos, t:i per dozoni card photos, f 2 por doz.
Notice To overy dozen Plcturos ono extra Is
addod finished in lino wator colors. In a bait
dozen ono out ot tbo six finlebod In lino water
colors. It Is tho only placo In tbo city whore
you can got this benefit. deil-lm
R, DAVIS, 025 PENNA. AVE., UE1NQ UN
ablo to renew tbo lease ot tbe prom-
isesho now occupies, has roduced tho price ot
nis nnecaninot portraits irom j to ana
t'J.GOi beads, 12.00) figures, $2. 025 Ponna.
JOHN A. GRAY, CATERER AND OUIBINE,
1412 Bovemeonth st. n. w Dinners, Par
ties, suppers and wedding receptions fur
nished nnd served first-class In overy respoct.
Torrapln nnd game ot all kinds. Blnglo
dishes delivered to any part ot tho city at the
shortest notice Also tablo turnlturo to loan.
All orders Bent by mall or othorwlso will ro
celve prompt attention.
RED. A, B0UM1DT
Has lots ot
Drawing aud Artists' Matorlal
wltb which to mako pleasing Christmas pros
onts. Coll on him early. CO! Ninth st.
CARLOAD PORTABLE OllIMNEY FLUES,
round ana square, Just rocelvod. Build
ing Papers, Lime, Cement, Felt and Pitch,
Flro Clay and Brick. J, T. Walker's Bone, 20 1
TVPE-WBITINO DONE AT NO. 13.BT. OLOUD
building, by Mrs. cowoll, formerly opor
ntor at Rumlngtou Typo-Wrltor offlco.
On tho female loco, on tbo uppor Up, cbln,
cheeks and throat, growing betweon thooyo
brows ana from moles ana birthmarks, grow
ing blgb on gcntlomon's cboeks, near the oyes
aro a freak ot uaturo ana is considered a
blemish. Dr. J, MAN DVOE, Dermatologist,
22 Grant Place, permanently and forever re
moves ibis obnoxious growth ot balr by the
operation ot Electrolysis (tho Electric Noodlo
Dr. Van Dyok beautifies tho complexion, not
by tbo use ot cosmella paints or enamels, but
by removing all blemishes, as Pimples, Black
heads, Llverspots, Tan, Freckles, Salluwness,
Redness and outness ot tbe Nose, coarse, doep
pores, roughness, nusbtng and scallnoBS ot
the skin. thin, scant, lrrcnular oyobrows and
lashes and lines and prematura wrlnklos by
tbe most approved metboas known to Derma,
tologlcal science, thoreby Imparting a fresh
ness, clearnoss ana beauty to tbe comnloxlon
that Is perfectly natural, lasting and pleasing.
Office 22 Orant Place. Hours o to 7t Sun.
days, 0 to 2. Torms reasonable. Call at once
MEDICINE FOR DOGS.
All Diseases cured.
r GEORGE WOODRIDOE,
0cl3 Cor. 1H St. and Md. ave. s. w.
CLAIRVOYANT AND ASTROLOOIBT,
Can be consultod on business ana all affairs ot
life. Fee, tl.
Residence 1010 Elovonth st. n.w. Hours
Irom 0 o. rn. to 5 p. m. and from 8 to 0 p. m.
DR. LEON, THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED
and only reliable Ladles' Physician la
tne city, can bo consulted dally, 320 Missouri
avenue, first street south ot Pennsylvania
avenuo, between ltd ana 4", stroets, Alt
femalo complaints nnd irregularities quickly
removed. Prompt treatment. Correspondence
ana consultations strictly confldontlol. sepa
rate rooms tor ladles. Offlco hours 1 to 4
and 7 too. ouOg
HOWE'S BUSINESS BOUOOL. (17 7th St.
LADIES-PENNYROYAL TILLS ("OniCHES
ter's English"), the only genuine, sate,
certain and effectual. Sealed particulars. 4c.
Chlcbestor Chemical Co., 2313 Madison sq.,
Philadelphia, Pa. Jy23-ood
-S MJirO OOMl'OUNU l'lLLD UrTAtlOT"
Xj aro perfectly safe and always effectual,
sealed particulars, 2c. Wilcox speclllo 'Modi
clno Company, Philadelphia, Pa. tu-th-s
HOWE'S BUSINE88 SCHOOL, 617 Seventh Bt.
PROFESSOR J, O. COLLINS HAS OPENED
his boxing class at No. 700 Booond St.
n. w. nolo tt
DINING-ROOMS FOR LADIES AND GENTS
HC7 F BTnEET NORTHWEST,
Opposite Wlllard Hall, For a Ant-clan Family
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner or Supper that Is tho
placo to eo.
GIVE US ATRIAL
and see for j onrscll. We serve our meals ou the
Nicely Furnished Rooms by the DayorWetk,
Open until 10 30 p.m.
JAMES n. HUMPHRY.
nriHE LA PIERRE, 8. W. CORNER OF 10th
X and E streets, and the Locale), 512 vth st, n.
w..wlth pleasant rooms and good board, are
recommended to permanent and transient
PBBD. W. EVAN'S
gig F Street Northwest.
Varnished rooms for rent.
HOWE'S BUSINESS SCHOOL, 7th St.
315 Seventh Street.
CARPETS ! EDEfflTOI!
And Upholstery Materials.
Chamber Sets, Combination Dinner
and Tea Sots.
TLATED WARE AND CUTLERY.
408 SEVENTH BT. NORTHWEST.
Musical Holiday Prosonts.
BTIEFFand K1UNIH01I k BACK PIANOS and
UALLV'H wondorful Belt-Playing Instru
ments. WILD'S marvelous Piano-Dancers nnd other
Tko beet assortment of Musical Instruments
nnd Musical Goods generally at
708 SovonthSt. Northwoat,
Between a nnd II stroots.
Dr. W. T. i'AHUr.lt, or Iloatou, Uusa.
Has returned to Washington to exerclso bis
healing power in treating Rheumatism, Nou
ralgla, Lung, Liver and Kidney Diseases,
without the use ot medicine. Diseases ot tho
Eye a specialty. Consultation free. Offlco
hours, 0 a. m. to 8 p. m. U174VjSt. n, w. Will
Schlitz's Milwaukee Lager.
Massey'a Ale and Porter.
New York Sweet Cider.
Massachusetts Refined Cider.
Palmer's Ginger Ale, Soda, &c,
Bend your orders early to your grocer or to
SAMUEL 0. PALMER,
1221 TWENTY-NINTH BT. N. W,
AdvertlneraenU of Three lines nnder this heat
Inserted three times for M cents.
Ty ene who can stiBnlglits; bring references.
l.olNliilhn. n, w. B de1l-8t
fTANTED-A STfONU, TIDY GIRL OR
TT middle aged wwian to nalt on a lady or
assist In houiowork. Hi) lib at, s. e. from 12 to S
fXTANTED-A GOOD WASHERWOMAN)
TV ono that comes recommended; to lake
home and do fine washing alno a half grown girl
to do general bonsework. Apply Immediately
at 1011 Pa. aye., up stairs, deP-31
WANTED-A GOOD CHAMBERMAID;
must Rlv references. Apply aiaois u st.
n. w bet. S and 10 a. m. de2J-3t
'ANTED A WHITE GIRL FOR OEN-
erai nouseworg. ibwhh. n.w. qereaf
WANTED-A WHITE WOMAN TO DO
aeneral housework In n small famllyi no
washing or Ironing. Call at isos Mil st. n. w.
rook,atsai st. n.w. oeza-31'
WANTED-A HALr-GROWN WHITE
girl to assist about the house. Apply at
809 lllh st. n. w. qe.1-at
WANTED-A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN AU
cook In a private firmly, Apply at 2 (i
St. n. w. doZJ-Jt
WANTEU-TO THOSE IN WANT OF RE
ltablo help or situations for trados,
stores, bousemalds, clerks, cooks, bOBtlers,
laborers, ana all iiosltlons ot trust, male or
femalo, apply to or address National Em
ployment Agency, licensed offlco, SOU E st. n. w.
POR SALE Miscellaneous.
FORSALE-A 1I0RKE,L10HT-T0P WAGON
and harness. Call nt cigar store Ml nth st.
rtlANOS AND ORGANS-SECOND-HAND
and new I'lanos and Organs are now offered
at low prices for cash and on eaay payments, at
tbo warerooma ot Hiiro Worch A Co.. Via "III
atreet, n. w. Agent lor Hobmer Pianos. 60,oam
coplesol A cent music. Musical Instruments of
QECONDHAND PIANOB FOR 8ALE WAR-
tj ruutcu iu suuu uruor, iruiu vm up mj 9iu,
ou fOor (5 monthly Installments; newplanos
a; new piauos
rrom trtt to auui warranteu
tor six years) all kinds ot musi
cal Instruments repaired; pia
nos, parlor and church oreana
tuned at shott notice) perfect satisfaction
given or no charge, at F. w. Uolbig k Co.'s
music store, 1742 Boventh at. n. w. noio-tt
IIOWE'H BUSINESS SCHOOL. M7 7th St.
FOR RENT Rooms.
1,-lOR "llilNT-A NUUELY-FURNISHED
: front room beat Aid gas; south front: with
or wltbont hoard; neaigbmltbaonlan. Address M
J., Critic omen. B le.ll-t
able for light honsekeeplng. No. Vil 8th st.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED OR UNFUR
nlshed rooms; heat, gaa and use of parlor.
No. 210 2d st. n.e. UcSJt
FOR RENT-THREE LARGE UNFUK
nlahed rront rooms on second floor, alt mod
ern Improvements, at SU Id st. n. w. deJ-J-st
mOR ItENT-FURNISHED OH UNl'Ull-
13 nlahed rooms. with ornlthlut board. AddIv
at 610 u at. n. w.
FOR RENT-SEVERAL WKLL-PUItNISH-ed
rooms on second and third iloors, at rea
sonable lates.tn a private house.al SJOindlanu
qyenuei references exchanged, de23 ,it
TTIOR BENT-ONE LARGE BOOM, NO. 2 IN
X! UJI F Bt. u. w.. suitable for an unlit, doctor or
lawyer; price, tluver month, lnqulro In room
No. 1. in the building. de-Jti-Of
HOWE'S BUSINESS SCHOOL. 817 7th St.
1JI0R RENT-BEVE1UL HANDSOME ROOMB,
! furnished, ranging from 112 to (20 per
month; open grates, nam, hot and cola water,
closets, etc., ou samo floor; also, Ono largo
parlor and bodroom and a suite ot four rooms
and kitchen en 2d floor; most central location
In tbe city. Driver's Hotel, 13-13 Penn, avo.
n. w. ocll
FOR RENT Miscellaneous.
l'ersocn doslrlnc to ront a nail forrocon-
lions, parties, lectures or concerts should call
and examino Mortal's Hall, wbtcb has the
most commodious dressing nnd supper rooms
attached ana tbo largest dancing Uoor In tho
LOST AMD FOUND.
7 OST OK MISLAID POLICY NO. 7,42(1, IS
XJ suod by tbo Penn Mutual Life Insurance
Company on tbo life ot Warron Oboate. Tho
Under will please return It to the undersigned.
Application has been mado for a duplicate.
nolB-tnOt SIMON WOLF, 1)21 F St.
2-llh. nlllaator nockclbook. conutlnlnr
sum ol money, one gold key. In o llttlo gold rings,
Miiiuu-uuujt. ten iickci iuiii nuverni uir mcki-is.
I'leaso return to J. W. II., 101 2 D au a. w. de-ai-n
OKA WILL BE GIVEN TO THE TINDER
at., bet. Fa. ave. nnd C st. n. w., by retnrnlng It to
Dallas Washington, 218 id st. n. w barber shop.
WANTED-TO EXCHANGE NEW STOVES
for old ones utButler's Btovo Exchange,
corner 5th and E sis. Smoky chimneys cured
or no pay. Stoves exchanged for grocorlcs.
Old etoves bought.
E. M. BOTELER,
Nos. 012 Pa. avo. n, w and 733 81b et. s. o
PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER AND CABINET
MAKER. Ready-roado Conine, caskets and Bbrouds,
No. 001 4M. stroet, cornor ot o st. s. w. Branch
store, OU Mobs. ave. n. w. ordors promptly
executed at reasonable rates. tt
Ii. F. HARVEY, UNDERTAKER,
D31 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
The publlo Is respectfully notified tbat I am
no longer nt DJ2 F St., but 021 Seventh St. n.w.
Make no mistake. R. F, HARVEY.
KOOD UNO COAL.
wwvwwvw VW v"
J. M. WHEATLEY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Anthracite ana Bitninlnons Coal,
Pino, Oak and Hickory Wood,
Large stock of freshly-rained Coal, selected for
family nse. Prices alwaya aa low aa any home In
tbe trade. Goal thoroughly screened before de
livery and standard weight (2.210 pounds) to tne
A CALL SOLICITED.
Office and Yard : 2d st. & Indiana ate. n. ft.
Near Baltimore A Ohio Depot.
ri VirW1" "V 'VW
ARTIFICIAL TEETHWITBOUT PLATES
rornieily Expert ol the SHEFFIELD TOOTH
CKOWr CO,, New York cltv baa located at
SOI THIRTEENTH STREET, corner F,
Makes asoeclalty ol
TOOTH CROWNS AND ARTIFICIAL TEETH
General Pediatry In all lu brancbea.
TO THE LADIES Or WASHINGTON.
Mrs. Dr. J. HEMMES. burk-eon. Chiropodist
and Manicure, has returned an J- baa opened par
lors at 172 P street northwest, near I3ili atreet.
1 OR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
The Doctor has many now testimonials from
Canada, where she baa been this aaninier) also,
many from tbe elite and nobility ot Europe.
Dr. J, SEMMKU has bad many advantage-!,
having graduated under the celebrated Dr.
Henimee. ol London, Phyaltlau and Hureeou.
Boston press and pulpit recommend herai the
onlv t'hlropodlat In Oils country that absolutely
cures Corns aud Bnulons. MM
Ofllcehoura.tuia, Don't forget tbe number,
123 F street noithweet, Corns, is cents, delMI
Advertfacmenta of Three lines under this head
Inserted three times for 29 cents,
WANTED-A NEAT COLO U HI) HOY TO
walton table; only those having; aeod re
cominendatlens need apply; also small girl, whit
er colored, to nurse. Apply at 612 lith st. u, w
WANTED-A COLORED BOY TO VAn
. and make hlmeelf useful In the ho ' ,
mnat have good recommendations. Call at n '
st. n.w. ilettM.
-rtTANTED-A NEAT AND rAITHFUt.
TV. colored boy ofnot over is to wait on a dis
abled omcer. Call or addrtss Capwln, No. 3D
1TANTED-BY A NEAT, TIDV WHIT JO
TV Klrl,18yearsofaEe,asitiiallon to do light
housework, near her home, where sho can net
off early of evening. Call on or address -Kalo
..gverB. lip. Bit iliyrtiest.
WANTED-A YOUTH, FROM IS TO IS
years of age, with some experience In the
grocery business; references required. Apply at
cor, iwn anq tl sis, a. w. de21f
WANTED-A POSITION AS GOVERNESS
to young children; no objection te the coun
try. Andreis Mies K. a. P., No. cm I au s c.
ANTED-A SITUATION BY A COLORED
elrl to (In eerier! hnuaewnrfer nr am .b.mhnr.
maid. Address Bertie, Critic ofllce. deW
WANTED-A , SITUATION AH COOK OR
chambermaid In a private family, Applyat
once at SIS Ninth st. n. w.. In basement. de-w
ANTED-A SITUATION BV A SMART
coiorca girnoao aenerai nouseworir in a
small famllyi wiIIIue to star at nlsbt. Annlvat
H I at. n. e. leJO
TTTANTED-A SITUATION BY A FIRST
TV data white seamstress; willing to assist
with the care of children or would do chamber
wojkiKOodiefcrenccs. ApplyntHOI Twentieth
at. n. w. deJO
WANTED-A SITUATION 11 Y A RESPEOr
able white girl aa chambermaid. Call at No.
I'J Massachusetts ave. n. w. dejj
TANTED A SITUATION BY A RESPECT-
TV able while woman as plain cook; will assist
with washing. Call at 19 MM, aye, n. w. le.H
TTTANTED-A SITUATION BY A COLORED
.TV. Rlrl to do neneral housework In a small
family or chamberwork. Call on Julia Itaudall,
4tillfde street. ue3U
WANTED-DRESHMAKING 1 0 DO BY AN
experienced young girl; with a dressmaker
preferred. Aildttos A. P., critic ofllce. de-tu
HOWE'S BUSINESS SCHOOL. 17 7th at.
WANTED Situations Male.
WAN1 ED-A HI T CATION 11 V A HTRONU
boy, loycara oldi would liko to learn tbo
biucksmlth trade or some otbef bard trade; no
easy work reiuaed. Address iulward Marsb,uis
Kat.ii e. dell
WANTED-A SITUATION AS WAITER
or driver by n colorid man with references.
Apply at HOI Fourth at. n.w. de.'li)
ANTED-BY A COLORED BOY, AGED
19 yea la. a blace to dilvu a doctor's carriage
or toaltendnliorso or drive a privato carriage.
Apnlratisloi-ourth st. ii. w; William Johnson.
"TaTANTED-EMPLOYMKNT BY A BOY It
Tl years old; haa worked with a hucaster nnd
abutchtrtundeistund attending to and driving
horsea. AddreBaHiJTwenUethBt.n.w. deal
HOWE'S BUB1NEB8 BOUOOL, B17 Boventh St.
you can get a better meal for 15 tie. than
ail'atterson's.No.bOl K st. u. w.I Ihebeatmeal
for tbe money In the city. del-af
TTANTED-T0 BUY A SECOND-HAND
TT phtLton; must be In good order, good
maker, and cheap for cash. Address 8) (I au n.
WANTED-TO BUY-AN OLD WB0UG1IT
Iron anvil or other too la; win pay a moder
ate price ratner than buy a new one. Addrena A.
F. M.,Avenel.Md. de.3-Jt
WANTED -CUSTOMERS FOR THREE
thousand mattresses at 11.25 each.
A. II. 011ACE K llRO..
de2l 810 Louisiana avenue.
INAUGURATION OP PRESIDENT CLEVE
LAND WANTED Accommodations for
&,vW visitors during the Inauguration. All per
sons desiring to accoinmodaiu atraugera durlug
that period, will do well to call at once und have
tbelr names registered on our books. (ll-.UKUK
iiurtujussd; Wi, jtoom ii, ot, uxoua uuiiqiuk.
(in A V sts.. n. w. dell-tf
EAllI BOOKKEEPING WITHOUT TEXT-
boous In "J to months; learn Howe's
fattest penmanship In tho world. 017 7ibat.
WANTED-LADIES TO SEND HANDSOME
fancy work and all decorative artwurk
to too national Art Lxchango. Send six conte
in etamps for tho Art Lxchango Manual ana
all particulars. Address National Art Ex
change, 00 Last Fourteenth St., Now York
-ITfJANTllD-ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
V V In tho erection ot tbo "Plnkney Morao
rlul Church" to mako or send somotnlng for
tbo Fair to bo hold Christmas weok, at Wolfe
Hall, llyattsvllle. Donations may ho left at
Mrs. Broeclraan'o, art noodlowork, 022 Fst.
n ,w. sella
TF "i OU WANT TO BUY, SELL, BENT Olt
trade city or country properly come and see
tne great bargains at William Ji. Main A lire's,
St. CbarHs Hotel, corner sd at. and renn. avo.
WANTED-ALL TO KNOW THAT Dlt
Taylor, 8.H Fat., near 10th, makes beantl.
fnl sets 01 artlbUal teeth lor (o; guaranteed to give
mil satisfaction; extracting with gas, chloroform
or local anesthetics, M cents; without, 25 cents:
fllllngaat very low price. ec28
HOWE'S BUSINESS SCHOOL. 817 7th St.
FOR SALE AND RENT.
TH08. E. WAGGAMAN, 1)17 F street.
(Changes trade Wednesdays and Saturdays.)
THBBE-bTORY BRICK AND FRAME
110USEM lOlt SALE.
Ill i:th st a w. mod Im, 10 rs..... ... .!. H.MO
tl K st n e, b h, mod Im, 10 rs..... .... JJ.V)
CV7 N st n w, 7 rs, mod Imp j M
ton I st n w. mod lni.9 ri ....... 3 jx)
1U-) Columbia at n w, mod Im, s rs Hm...... s,uou
1511 Columbia st n w, mod Im, 0 rs... .............. '.vtuo
219 10th st a e . ZMO
aTOKslBw.mod lm.10 ra.. ......... .... ............ zzxt
iU 25th st n w, mod lm, rs. 2.000
IU) and (.27 loth at n if, mod Im. 10 ra each....... 2,000
TWO-S10RY BBIOK AND FItAME HOUSES
1211 Pa ave a c, f b, 8rs .....t2.500
2 houbts on 1st st, bet M and N bib b e, f h.... aju
mi and 174) lltfi tin w,bh, modini,e rs. 2.KW
411 N J ave n w, 4 rs 2.W1
817 4th st u w, 1 11, mod Im, 0 ra........... 2-ixu
1625 d at n w. fh. mod Im, 7 rs ....................... 2,'MI
'OiU Boundary st 11 w, b u, rs ...... 2.oou
KC7 and 1719 sthstu wand house lu rear, 2 ra 2,00(1
110 1 1 st n e. 8 rs 2 Ouu
1110 1Mb st n w, 6 rs........................... ........ l,vuu
UN1MPR0VED PROPERTY FOR BALE.
ftli st, bet Va ave and K st a e lie
K st.bet Mil and cth a e............... ....... i&o
Hh st. bet 1 and K bis a e 15c
E st.bet lllli and 12th a e 15o
(I st, bet N Cap and 1st sts 11 e 15a
4th st, bet IC aud L sts n e...... lie
Cor 4th ana I. sis n e 11a
Cor 4th and M sta n e....... ............ 14a
Kentucky ave, bet s Car ave and U at a e...... 100
M St. bet Sd unci llli sts n e 12o
Pa ave.IM st and N H avo n w .............lJuo ou
1 st. bU'.'Mli and tuthata n w. 10) 00
1; at btt21ai and 22d sts n w. 100 00
27d st, bit F and u sts n w w ou
Will St. bet W and Boundary. GO OU
K at, bet 22d aud 23d sis 11 w... , JO ou
tlh and O sts,.... 34 00
HOUSES FOR BENT.
413 High st n w, mod Im, IS rs (30 ou
220 1 si n w, mod lm, 11 rs .......... 50 00
2119und 2UiKstnw,modlm,7is J5 W
2i3Sllstnw, mod lm,7rs ,.... soou
17CJ to 175J B st n w, mod Im, rs...... 25 00
932 O at a w. mod Im. II rs..... . 25 00
laiSDttnw, mlm.s rs 23 ou
VM 1 et n w, mod lu, ra 20 00
920 E Capitol st n e, Bra. ......... 20 ui
001 N J ave a e, 10 rs 20 uu
4uM st n w, 5rs... 15 ou
19 D at n e, 6 is....... 15 uu
102 1st at B e, 4 rs 10 00
In sums to tult at per cent,
Tbe above Is only a small portion ol property
on my books, lor full list call at olllce for bulls
tins Issued on 1st and 15th.
MOWK'H BUSINEhB SCHOOL. 817 7tll at.
BOOKS AND STATIONER T.
- uWW -M-n-vlf-i"ir'-irY--rn-ir fir"ir-ar-ir-.-r-- rWaTWarwi r
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
O. O. PTJRSBL,
118 NINTH STREET NORTHWEST.
Buy Your Books and Stationery
nAVlNQ RECENTLY FITTED UP A
In connection with my PATENT PROCESS, I
am prepared to fnrnlah
ILLUSlltATIONS AT NKWVORK PRICES.
Phetograpbingon wood for tbe Trade.
m ELEVENTH STREET NORTHWhT.
VST. EC. VBBRHOPP
Dealer In Wall Papers, Window Shades, Picture
Frames, picture, etc
BIO BEVENTU STREET NORTH-WHOT,