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CrIT AND DISTRICT.
W Tim Evsnot Iran is read every day by
men n tree4eurts of the papasleo of
the city I wIch ft is pented whoM re to
reed. I%& s" mow- be m "us s am
eng uespaperQ e worM?
Wriss The 3veisas fter.
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at the mersow.
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TU 73X1s'zcrxn eIFrr-TSTInT 01 TO n
C1111t1as TU A"a IrS genneisasses.
It is the ni*ht before Christmas. Outsid, the
air is clear and sharp; mo wind stirs the
braehes; the nails in the house wae snap and
start with the froet,and there seems an uplifted,
exalted feeling, a sense of nearness and diving
presence in the silent, starry night.
Within doors the big blaze on the hearth has
died down, and the red embers glow in the
darkness The cluldren sileop snug and warn.
The stockings hang in a row above the sitting
room hearth. There is an air of expectancy
here also, and in the later hours forth steals
ianta Claus and fili the stockings to the brim
--over the brina on to the foor Bows the ful
neas of good things. Then loving, generous,
weary Santa Claus seeks his bed.
3xn3Es OF A BYUONE "rI.L
We who wev but yesterday the children are
I the Santa Claus of today. The years have
slipped away like beads escaping the string and
are lost to our sight as we approach the birth
night uf Jesus. Telnder memoriesthrong about
us. "womia.bood's years hate leen only a
dream, car hearts are full of the old-taine
'hritraa teeling atd we merge ourselves in
the universal childhood. #ith loving itands
and pcrhaps a touch of homesieness we do fur
on:r little ones what the dear unes did for us
such a short while ago, not only placing the
gift. but enwrapping it in such a weaith of
worlles love and tenderress that a benedic
tbon: incxpressible gees with it. Verily the gi
withuout tAe giver is bare!
ExPECTANCT oF THE LITTLE oNxEL
Already little thrills of eestacy are trickling
through the hearts of the little folks as the
posibilities of Santa Claus' pack fire their
imaginations. and dreams of the most astonish
ing munificence fill their brains. Even the
careless mention of Satav Claus or Christmas
crowds cotntless little hearts full to irsting
with joyful hope and wolul fear-hope. that is
almost too great to bear, that certain covetod
treasures will become their own on Christmas
day, and fear lest the misdeeds ot the past year,
the broken toys or some other u:iknown catas
trophe should make the mysterious Santa Claus
pass them by unnoticed.
How the days seem to lag! Who cannot re
member the painful degree of hope and tan
talizing uncertrinty to which he or sho attained
as the day or days drew near
Did you ever stay in bed quite as long as you
had promised on Christmas morning? Did you
ever wait for full daylight to come? No! I
know that if you were a genuine child you
scrambled out of bed and at least three times
before dawn and had to be sent back to await
the light, and when at Inst the Arst faint
glimmer ting.d the east you rushed into the
sitting room, became crazed with delight at the
sight of -our bulging big stocking and the
wonderf things heaped against the lender be
neath It. not cren stopping to breathe until you
had reached the toe. All of that precious.
shapeless. knobby, knotty bundle was yours
and its contents a mystery that you hastened
to solve. Squeals and shrieks of rapture and
exultation filled the air as each long wished for
or unexpected treasure was dragged to light.
Oh. the joy of it ald! No gift in after life can
awake the wild enthusiasm that we felt in those
PUNEAPS IT WAS A TAMI.
Then for days and days the air had been full
of mystery and secrecy. As the time drew near
the parlor was closed to us and the locks of
numerous closets and drawers thereby loosed.
At last the day came-all day long we were tak
ing or trying to take stolen peeps into that
mysterious closed room, whence sounds of
voices and the most intoxicating, delicious,
hope-inspiring fragrance of pine issued as the
door was hastily ned and closed. The air
was heavy with e odors of sage and turkey
and mince pies; fre crackled on the
hearth, and ground pine and scarlet
holly were everywhere. uch joyful
rushing to and fro, mysterious express pack
ages and bundles, and'last the family arrivals,
until the little heart seemed to be suffering a
permanent enlargeme-t. so much and so con
stantly had the hasty glimpses and tremendous
anticipations caused it to swell. A bursted
paper and a pair of exposed feet-an unguarded
word-the faint bleat of some suppressed
lammie--or the winding of a main spring, had
driven us daft with longing.
At last the door of the forbidden room is
thrown open, the first wild rush subsides into a
sudden timidity as the threshold is reached,
and the vision of the tree with its star flowers
of Are and its beautiful trimmings bursts upon
our enraptured gaze a blaze of glorious light.
It takes some moments to overcome the feel
ing ot awe and approach close enough to see
any one particular gift. but then, oh. then!
bashfulness takes fight and gives place to the
mest uproarious rejoicing and joyous self-hug
gings and caperings about there's my dollie.
here's my hobby-horse, and so on. We've all
lived it many times over, that blissfulnever-to
cUnRUTXAs GIFTs rorn TE coN(DrcTone.
Yesterday Mr. Philip Garnett, the receiving
clerk of the Washington and Georgetown Rail
road Company, was sent forty-three well
filled pakages and an unsigned letter re
qusighim to distribute the sme, as far as
ty would go, among the conductors anid
drivers of the road. The letter stated the
sender was sorry that all the employee of the
company could not be made glad by receiving
one of these packages, but to the left-out ones
the season's greetings were moat eordiallr ex
tended. The men are at a loss to know' who
their friend is, but it is supposed the same per
son who sent them a barrel of choice apples a
short time ago is again thinking of. them. The
letter Is written in a uine femainine hand anid
presumably comes from a lady. The packages
contained neckwear, cuffs and mansiy like arti
ee, besides delicacies of all kinds. The recip
ients extend their most grateful thanks.
ccr UT A lirast nom-TE.
While Mr. Joseph Mooney was engaged at the
syphon machine in S. C. Palmer's bottling es
tablishment last evening a bottle ourat and
broken glass entered his face aind neck and
caused painful wounds. One large piece en
tered the breast an eighth of an inch below the
heart. The injured man was removed to
the Emergency Hospital and his cuts ban laged
and otherwise carefully attended to. II that
breast wound had been the ellhtest bit higher.
the physician said, it would have been certainm
death ior the unfortunate man.
Elan ECEOOL E~IrEnTAINNENY1.
The pupils of the Western High School en
tertained themselves yesterday morning at the
Curtis school by participating in a variety of
gamnes and a plcasing muisicai program.
Among those who rendered instrumental selec
tions were Messrs. Willet, Gregg and Thomp
son and Miss Allen. In the potato contest Miss.
Temple Pea ry won the first prize and Mr.
Oampabell the second. In the laughable guess
ing co~tet Mr. Meding got the first prize. Miss
Wescott elosed the school with a pretty speech,
in which the saeas compiiments were cor
dially extended. Many of the old pupils were
Amorng those who attended the dance Iast
might at ILinthicunm Hall were the Misses Me
Oiowan, Miss Corcoran, Miss Dempsey, Mise
hoothe Misses Entwlale. Miss Klein
,MasCook, Miss Orndorf, Miss Fasset,
Mr. Wilst, Mr Wagg-unan. Mr. Ilerry, Mr.
Bileyr, Mr. Mtthews, Mr. Sinuse, Mr. Cheeley
L-oe, Mr. Onlaban and Messrs. Cropley and
Mr. Robert Dodge leaves today for New York,
where he will spend a portion of the Christmas
J. flatos Miller has bought of ioe B.
hadley part of lot 7, in square 31, i i
Yesterday Thessas E. Barren beeame disor
daerlyoen a K street er and threatened to strike
the conductor. W. IL 114dwell, but the distunrb
ame was seen qulase by his erst.
Ofleer Giresly is working hard to abelish
mhe policy besnas h hte emelal locality and
yesterday one mere writer or pressoter of the
gamc was iats ind s his little bnuluss and
placed under bns
UMsre rhand Is the guest et Miss Eva Gil
bert et P eetk
The esured medtess et Usemehmmer,
hankers, et Tyler, Tex., have aseed to seeps
T"R VAMWS DIrszWIs or UNmaa.
Assan s ade e s estg ma No
Correqsendese has been gies .e9 al the
Stat. Pepartment pltig to tm gravity ar
the situaton sa ah fmlsis-striekea di=nrhets of
Rassia. A letter from ow amislas at Russia
states that a rescript of the emperor ba Jost
appeared, ecsnstag a speela eapittee, wa
der the presidenoy f .the enareviteh, charged
with the generei diettibution of the work of re
lief for the saferers in the provinces amlidted
by the famine. This committee is composed.
besides the heir to the throne, of Gen. De Kauf
mean. Privy Couicillor Pobedonostof, Minister
of Domains Ostrovsky, Minister of the Interior
Dournovo, Couns Voroutsof-Daschkoff. Count
Strogonaf and Privy Councillor Ploewe. It is
understood that this commitee will - associate
with itself experts like Gen. Annenkoff, who is
especially skilled in the teld of transportation
and in %he work of construction.
Tue letter adds that the creation of a special
committee of this high charatter, with the heir
to the throne ,t its head, indicates the gravity
of the problem which is presented by the short
crop, and the earnest spirit with which the
emperor and his government meet it.
' In answer to a lettot written M. laine by,
S P. Mason editor of the Erie, Pa., 1DtsX:A,
and forwarded to the Russan legaion, Askiig a
series of questions as to the facilities for traus
porting dunations from this country to Rlussa,
air. Greger, Iuusian charge, has witten tc MR
lilaine as followst
1. In re;ard to the question of trausporta.
tion I will say that we are willing to forward
fraw New York to litusia all dour, grains. &c.,
djuatcd to the famiie-stricken population of
rotut. of our provinces.
2 On the subject of the second question I
will call your atteition to the fact that the
h -iai goveriaunut has already anawieted to
Ri: eifer of aid !rum one of the millers of .Uui
ne.q.obs, instiucting ourlegation te may that
th. imerital governmunt accepted with grati
tude their generouv'offer.
3. Nw tariff iestrictivns will prevent the free
shipment er distribution of the donated goods.
L ta) I le needa are real and great. kb) The
distribution of relief could be properly se
cured through she led Cross branches of
lhussia and America, through the channel of
our legution and the imperial ministry of for
eign autairs. (c) Answering the inquiry of Mr.
Iisdon in regard bo what he is pleased to c'all
the diplomatic efect in liussia ot such a move
meat in favor of the sufferern, I could only
point to the natural increase of the friendly
let lngs which Russians have alway enter
tained tqward Americans and to other similar
effects which can result from the good will and
grr.titude of acountry whose friendship is not
to be despised. 'he fith and sixth questions
do not require, I believe, our own views on the
subjeet. Accept. sir, the renewed assurance of
my highest coniideration.
IN BEHALF OF DIL GRAVES.
Opentag the Case for the Defense in the Cele
bratsed Murder TriaL
The defense in the trias of Dr. Graves at
Denver opened its cane yesterday. Col. Bal
lou was the most important witness of the ses
sion, but he failed to clear up any of the
charges against the doctor. Mr. Stevens an
nounced that the prosecution had nothing
more to offer.
The defense opened it@ cane by placing Ed
ward Field on the stand. Mr. Field is clerk of
the probate court in Providence. He said that
in May last the wills made by Mrs. Larnaby
were offered for probate, the Chester will by
Van Slick and Van Slick's lawyers. The second
will was handed him by Dr. Graves. This will
was handed him in an envelope and it showed
no evidence of having been opened. He re
ceived it in Dr. Graves' office, and opened it
and read it at the doctor's request.
Cross-examined by Mr. Pence, he said the
Mr. Van Slick who gave him the Chester will
was the custodian of Mrs. Blarnaby's property.
Col. Daniel lolton, of counsel for the dc
fenee. was the next witness. He said he had
livt el in Providence twenty-five years and had
practiced law twenty-six years. He had been
clerk of the court of common pleas in Provi
dence and had served in the war. He inut Dr.
Graves about thirty-five years ago at a Con
necticut school. Some three or four years ago
the doctor renewed the acquaintance anud wit
ness coiinued that about a year ago the doc
tor consulted him about some little matters.
but since then he had done no legal business
for him until this trial. He became acquainted
with Mrs. Ilarnaby in October, 189, and he
was sumnoned to the office of Dr. Graves to
see a woman who wanted his advice. Dr.
Graven said she wished to consult him and Mrs.
Iliarnabv said she was thinking of employing a
Mr, Colwell, a lawyer, but had decided not to
do so. She wanted an attorney to contest the
will, but she did not engage him until a few
days later. He contested the will and took all
means to aid his client. The will was probated
aid be made ready an appeal. Then he started
to file a petition for an allowance. A com
promise was finally effected and witness
charged -t10,000 for his fee. He retained this
amount of the first 615,000 paid her from her
estate. Later he drew up a will for her in
which she left Dr. Graves *25,000. She wanted
to mention in the will why she had not left her
daughters any money. Witness was not al
lowed to give these reasons.
Mr. Dalzell, the friend of Dr. Graves, took
the stand. He said that Dr. Graves appeared
very sad on account of the sudden death of the
"dearest friend he ever had." So he took a
drink of whisky and made an engagement to go
to the ball game in the afternoon.
Dr. Glover was the first of the experts. He
said he was a veterinary surgeon and held a di
ploma from the State 1 niversity of Iowa at Des
Moines. He said that arsenite of potassium,
which killed Mrs. Barnaby. wan a remedy very
frequently applied to horses both externally
and internally. It could be found in large
quantities lying around almost any livery sta
ble, and the merest tyro could compound It.
The jury wan somewhat astonished at this evi
dence, because Prof. Haynes of Chicago, the
famous chemist, had testitled that it required
extended scienfile ability to compound the
AT THE MERCY OF CONVICTS.
Viadivoetock Kept In a state of Terror by
A frightful condition of affairs is reported
from Vladivostock, Siberia, where a great num
her of convicts are engaged in the work of
building the railway and its approaches on the
Pacifie side. The government has selected the
worst class of criminals for this work, partly
owing to the greater leniency with which the
majority of political exiles are treated and
partly from a reluctanco to assemble political
offenders in such large numbers. The guard
over the convicts appears to' be ineffieient and
the consequence Is that Vladivostock is at the
mercy of a horde of desperate criminals from
all parts of Russia. The town is almost in a
state of siege. Robberies are occurring all the
timo and the robbers dto nmot stop short of
stripping houses. altogether of anything port
able. Mlurders are frequent and the convicts.
of ten cruelly mutilate those. whose lives they
The female population of Vhadivoetock lives
in constant terror and no woman dares to go
abroad without a roteetor, and especialily
after dark, as severa have been found dead.
wsho had evidently been brutally outraged.
Many of the inhabitants are deierting their
horoes. Many of the soldiers are believed to
be in concert with the convicts and sharers In
The Pope in a Fant. -
The London Land'sj Italian correspondent
asserta that the pope had a fainting At, fol
loved by extreme proetration. after the last
consistcory, a:id that the fact was kept a pro
fow.d secret in compliance with orders Im
posed on the personnel of the Vatican in ac
cordance with Pope Leo's secret bill enjoining
sccrecy in the event of his death until certain
formalities regarding the conclave have been
concluded. '10 o hese secret orders, htis said,
are due the official denials of the pope's ilness.
Lobbery er a Mexicas Bank.
The bhnga frm of MeManus A Seas, Chi
baahua, Mexico, wan rolybed of *13,500 on
Satarday. H. Chtariton, the telegraph operator
in the town, and a maa named Silverberg were
esmeerned in the job. The Arm early Saturday
mornli received a telegram or'dsring them to
ay to H. Mlverbsrg *18,500. It was signed by
heMerchats' liational Bank of St. Louis.
McManus A Beas refused to pySilverberg the
monsy until they bad wlrhdthe M.Imais
bank about4t. In the osurse ofa saw hours an
answer was returned that It was all right.
Chavtten answered thess, sm t he telegram
himuelf. tiverberg ses ted money and
divided with Chariton. Both then leftf town.
Uilverb ws arteeted a ~ short time after
wad hais has ths e eluded th
Memow5ar ACIP esseCeaU
Use Abseer Msshalma
Ire ..a aan O......i Ibnfe
Me Easseegesamyt Asses AS* as A1st
no mw&s INUM&
2U Pmasoewoss Lnides -a m
The dea efu.ePsmastwGngslse
reported ie ht eveminga Ua Aeok phe e
his eun-try home, about a mile fte m
Ud., about U e'etek in Se mesOmng. About a
yea age be bad a saves a-tIqf pasenia,
from which be never fully 2ee d. & bat
also erganie beart trouble, and his da was
due mainly to this cause. Inst Tuesday week
be spent metd of his time in the Nautieal amok
of Elkton, of which he was viee pqgdan asd
in which be took a great deal orig'4m hiU
was the last time he was in Elkton. After be
returned he went to bed with a bad cold and
has been since then visited daily by his physi
clan, Dr. C. M. Ellis of Elkton. T Dr.
Osler of ohns Hopkins Univerei fl"re
and th physician pronoune "o earn I
Yesterday morning Gen. Creswell had an
alarming attack of heart trouble, from which
he had long been a sufferer Soon he breathed
his last. Mra. Creswell was at his bedsde as
were also the two doctors and the Bev. Dr. 4,
M. Osmond pastor of the Presbyterian Church,
of which he was a member. Mrs. Creswell is
prostrated by the death of her husband. Tele
grams of sympathy are pouring in from all
over the country The funeral is to take place
on Monday next at 1 o'clock. The funeral
services wall be held at the house and interment
will be made in the Presbyterian cemetery at
Mr. Creswell had lived a retired life for some
time, devoting most of his ti~e in improving
his farms--three in number-repairing the
buildings, building new barns and fen-es. The
honestead, where he died, he had greatly im
roved at anl espee.se of several thouqands of
dollars. making at one of the finest residr-e
in Cecil county. beautifully located and rur
rounded by fine shade trees and shrubbery.
Fire last summer destroyed the largo straw
sheds on this farm, tugether with their con
tent, He also lost a double frame dwelling
house in the-large fire on Main street, Elkton,
a fqw months ago.
AT LAST AT IIS HOUL
Arrival of Senator Plumb's Remains at
The special train from Washingtoo bearing
the remains of Senator Plumb arrived at
Topeka at 12:46 yesterday noon. The casket was
escorted to the senate chamber at the capitol
by representatives of the Grand Army of the
Rtepublic, Knights Templar, members of Col.
Plumb's regiment and citizens. The casket
was araped in the old battle fiag of the
eleventh Kansas cavalry, the regiment of
which Senator Plumb was colonel On the
casket rested a beautiful wreath of roses.
Roman hyacinths and heliotrope, with the
name "Plumb" in purple letters in the middle.
There also rested on the coffin a wreath of ity
leaf, ferns and lilies tied with a bow of white
ribbon, with the words "At Rest" on the edge
in purple letters. At the head of the casket
stood a magnificent floral ladder, "the ladder
of fame," the offering of the state of Kansas.
The ladder was made of La France roses,
neiphetos roses, alyssum and smilax, sur
mounted by crossed sabers made of roses Jr
the cross of the sabers on the right and left
rested a pair of snow white doves From the
foot of the casket to the top of the prestoeat's
desk the decorations entire looked like a per
fect pyramid of flowers ten feet in height.
Tables covered with palms and ferns stood on
the right and left side of the chamber. The
decorations of the chamber were elabr-rate.
Fifteen thousand persons awaited in the capi
tol grounds an opportunity to enter and look
upon the dead Senator's face. They were ad.
mitted in twos and as they marched throngh
the senate chamber viewed the peaceful fea
tures of the dead Senator. He was clad i
black. with the turn-down collar and string
bow that ho has invariably worn. In the shirt
front were gold studs. The train departed for
Emporia at 4.20 o'clock, accompanied by sev
eral of the state officers. Emporia was reached
at 7 o'clock.
CROSSING TUE DELAWARE.
A Son of One of the Spectators Says Wash
- ington Did It on a Raft Bridge.
Gov. Abbott of New Jersey has made public a
letter received from George W. Savage of Rah
wayiwhich contradicts the popular idea that the
memorable crossing of the Delaware by Wash
ingten was by means of boats, and discredits
Lenti's popular painting of that famous event.
This disclosure reoeives additional import
ance in view of the fact that the corner stone
of the monument which is to commemorate
the victory which Washington won at the battle
of Trenton, fought on the day following the
crossing of the river, will be laid at Trenton on
The letter to Gov. Abbott states that the
father of Danici Raub, a relative of the gover
nor's informant, was engaged by Washington
toge;er with many of his neighbors. to haul
logs, with which the soldier a constructed a long
raft on the west bank of the Delaware. This
raft was attached to the shore by the upper
and lower ends. When all was ready Washiing
ton had the upper end cut loose and allowed
the current to swing it around until it touched
the east bank, when the raft, thus converted
into a bridge, afforded means of transportation
to his troops and munitions of war.
These facts, if facts they are, rob lentz's
famous historical paitiing of its accuracy.
Mr. Savage refers to Judge Henry Gr'aen of
the supreme court of Pennsylvania and Charles
Broadhead of Bethlehem. Pa., as knowing the
character of Daniel aub for integrity and
Score. of Workmen Burled ia the Snow.
A dispatch from Rome says: A fearful snow
storm in the Appenines has overwhelmed 200
laborers who were returning by the railway to
Sulmona, in Abruzza, from Isenta on the west
ern slope of the mountains. The storm came
with such swiftness and fury as to put a atop to
all traffic, and of the 200 a large number were
buried beneath the tremendous snow fail. It is
believed that scores have perished. Fifteen
dead bodies have been recovered. Bucl an
overwhelming and destructive st~rm has not
been witnessed for years in that vicinity.
A Friend of Lincoln and GarIbaldi.
Gabriel Antonio Buchignani, one of the best
known members of }he Italian colony of New
York, died at his home in that city
on Tuesday morning. He came to this
country as a boy and canto to Wash
ington, where he engaged in various occu
pations with varied success. During the war
he was a strong Union partisan. His intimacy
with Lincoln was very close The P-esident
appointed him assistant librarian of Cotngress,
and later enmployed 'im as bearer of dispatches
in a confidential capacity, an office he held for
two years. In this service of the President he
visited London, Paris, Rogme, MadrId, Berlin,
lit. Petersburg and other capitais While living
in Washington Mr. Buchignant married one of
the Bandosphs of Roanoke. Her family never
became reconciled to the marriage. His wife
died some years ago. Mr. Buchignani went to
New York. where his wine shop became a resort
for the singers and musicians of the Academy
of Music in the days of Italian opera there, and
Buehiguani numbered among has friends many
of the best-known musicians of this country. As
anl importer of Italian wines and groceries he
made a comfortable fortune. Mr. Bluchig~natti
wns a man of strikingly line appearance and
manner, and an accomplishe linguist. He
was an intimuate friend of Garibaldi. He was
ill for four months and was Sfty-eeven years
Mrs. Lockwood to Bun Again.
In an interview at Binghamton, N. Y., yester
day Mrs. Belva Lockwood, who is there as coun
sel in a pension case, stated that she would un
doubtedly become a candidate for presidential
honors next year. Heart and soul she Is in the
case of woman's right to win. During the
past four years the party has materially in
creased and plenty of funds have already been
subscribed by men having the aid of dawn
trodden womanhood at heart, which wi be
used In a campaign that will open the eyes of
both political parties and carry the nation by
SMJ.. BUT DAaD
Arssa ofn c the esontles miomsbes whieh lasitthe
earth. Their dstructisa se seat, as they dessrey lts
tn thoussands of heenam betasW saaanyf. The omay
imlttation to ther dsvseat-- le food folsse ea. Thy
-edn comasless dis~sea-.s ...a..r. esea
eeisb 05n*r e55tams b&i e pisa. im. s.
' r emedy Ser tis samn het auam s 4nd
srdtveteeseespet hims ient Seasp
einwit'seeas. a.L a. was st 'me~g
,istael ba ees aise the peosa whis bs e~
bhinld. 3. sume toses the smastas, nsed w
ens se of en eu a..eatusae hia .
em bookeheabessand id~a,
4 SWIll Smalm1 CO.. Allaia..
ad thse who
t have allowed her
blood to beoome
should be used
both as a preventive
of the disease
y and to build up
the system after
one of the most
sefious and debilitating
leaving the patient
speedy and corplete
Has cured others
Will Cum) You
RATCLIFFE. DARR & CO.,* Auenioneers.
920 Pensylvanis ave. a.w.
CONTENTS OF A JEWELRY STORE BY AUCTION.
MOVED TO OUR SAl.E8 ROOMS. 920 PENN
SYLVANIA AVENUE NORTHW~bT. FOR CON
MONDAY, TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY AND
THURSDAY. DECEMBEP. TWENTY-FIRST
TWENTY-ECOND. TWENTY-THIRD AN6
TWENTV-FOURT. AT HALF-PAST SEVEN
O' LOCK P.M EACH DAY.
at i c 0tan about 00 ol sa Siv r
Watche. Ladieotnts' and Bys' ss. Ch
rhe Cuff Buttons. Charms. Patel
ks &c.. . teir the sk of eaer d nng
business to loe. the eity.
Td-t "ATCLIFFE. DAR A CO., Auctioneers.
WS H H N HORSE ANt CARRIAGE BA
ZAAR. No. 1U40 LOU ISIANA AVENUE.
PEREMPTORY SALE OF HORSES MARES AND
SATURDAY MORNINO. DECEMBER TWENTY
SIXTH, ~~ at TNOlCwill be sold within the
Bz.'. thi rtyfive head of Hwts"s Mare and Mules.
and several bli" turnouts, tc lbe sold for want of use.
Pers. wishing to buy will find some good stock for
n urse. workers and drivers.
Sd242th. JiENSINUER. Auct.
LATIMR& SLOAN. Auctioneers. 14G st.
REGULAR SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
Al OUR AUCTION ROOMS.
1409 G STREET.
SATURDAY. DECEMBER TWENTY-8IXTH.1h9l.
commencing at TEN O'CLOCX. in which will be
found a superb French Chins Dinner Service and sev
eral Fine Pieces of Furniture. belunging to a foreign
A number of French Plate Mantej Mirrors. Ane as
sortment of Bronzes and Decorate-1 Articles. which
aret be sold without regard to cost.
General Household Furniture of every description.
LATIMER & SIOAN.
rHOMAN DOWLING & 803. Auctioneers.
T --- 611- Z st. n. w.
PEREMPTORY SALE OF THE STOCK AND EF
FECTS OF BINSHEIMER & CUBLENS' LIV
ERY STABLE. NOS. tiMd AND tSM3 0 STREET
On TUESDAY. DECEMBER TWENTY-NINTH.
110. AT TEN O'CLOCK we will sell without reserve
the entite contents of the stab... Nos. =3 and tS (k
at. n. w..
18 Fine Driving and Carriage Horses.
4 Landaus. 2 Buggies.
2hatou. 2 Coupe.
ro hamn.1 Victoria.
I T Cart.
I Large lot of Light and Heavy Sil a" Double
Hares., Saddles. Bridles. Wh oe, .
Terms cash. THOMAS oWLING A SON.
d-dte Auctioneers. 6112 Est. n. w.
r HOMAS DOWLING & SON. Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
PRtOPEITY NO Ct~ 1~ ISAN AVE
By .irof tw ded' oftruist dte'eeetlve.
et eq, andi Janua 4, 1518 reorded In Lber120
of Columubia. and at the request of the party secura
thereby, and also by virtue ot a decree
Disrict oflunba in Equty cause 133iJij on
th rmses on 'EDNESDAY JANUARY SIXH.
11i0E at HALF-PAST THREE O'CLOCK P.M.. part
of lot H. soquare 242. fronting 21 feet on the south side
of Rthode Island ave. lby a depth of 1(2 fet 2 inches
to a wde aey ad tround havin 10-ft. wiee
modern 3-story and basement brick resIdence. 1322
Terms: One-third cash.balance in one and two years.
with Interest, secured by a deed of trust on the propl
'ait 400required a t ise ot sle. If te terius of
sale are not comuphed with in n (10) days the trustees
reserve the right to reseil at rIkand coat oi defauiting
trhar. Conveyanemng and recording .t cost of
RICHARD W. TYLER.
ROBERT 0. RTHER oRD, r. es
d23-dts 13107 F st. nw. .
-1EO. W. STICKNEY. Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VERY VALUALE TWO.
.STOltY AND BASEMENT BRICK HOUSE, No.
71618 STREET NOlRTHWEST
By virtue of a certain deedJ of tr'ust. recorded In liber
15519. folio 92 ot seq., one of the land reords of thme
District of Columbia, and at the request of the party
secured thereby, we will offer for sa:e in front of the
premnises, on TUESDAY. THE TWENTY-NINTH
DAY OiF DE.CEMBER, 1501. at HALF-PAST FOUR
O'CLOCK P. M.. pert of lot 7. In square 419i. In the
city of Washington, District of Columbia. BegInning
on S street forty (40 feat east from the northwest
sreet lofeet; thee 'south feet thene et2fe
theace north 25 feet to t..e place of bemeu n. Solh
sbject to deeds of trust amiounting to *3.70U and in
T5rm uofsale: All cash In ecessof aid deed of it.
with inten day or the propet willhn eoh trs
advertisement in Th Eveningtar.
421-7t JOHN E. BEITN. j~"
L AtIE & SLOAN. Aucu.----s=
OF THI LTE COUT VT ROVLE
ENVOY EXTItAOaDINARY AND MINjag
PLENIPOTENTIARa OF GERMANY. AT PU
At th ermnlegadon. 78Mst. bet. Pa. ave,
THIRTIETH. 1I01, couma.--n-ag at V13%EN
SOFA EASY AND OTE CHAIR i IMSON
SOLID OA SIDEO D WTH ElE
lION TABLE AND EI H 'EENI CHAIRS IN
PLUSH AND CHINA CiOSET oR DOOECASE
TiQU EGEPTIAN VASE AN PO 'E Y.
bC LAN 911*A u~ AND 5*48
TESSEh. IT EA~UIT.Az
asu A aSLOAN.
tATCUIFEM.DAIM 1 OW. ASM
Lf-E ETH. we 1l o at our eales
e@A, Sim youmor i emene northwest. a g
AL4, E SLVE i CaICK K.,
[arms. carries. Duiria. Manuel c..at our m t.
w C ntret northwesn rear of neain mles rooms.
d23-St RATCL1?FE DARR SCO.. Aucts.
N C A N ~M OD 0 ... A n ewme r
gth and D Kts. A.y.
W7SvTKES IIALZ OF fAll UNIMPROVED
FPROPURTY. S1TEATLD 0N ME.W H~
MISHRI. AVEN UE NLTWRLN 8 41 T SmEUiLY
NOWm1HWES2KM IN TES ('ITY OF WARSING
'IuN. D. C
By virtue of a deesof the Supiepue Cowt of the
.isrict of Columbia. pumed en the 4th day of De
eti4ier IMI, us equity ogs N.t. IOQW. *ve wil sell
. UltiAt. the TE, TV-N 1TH DAY OF DL
St1BER. lIlM at hle auction. at H ALF-PA1tT
OU O'CLOCK P ., In tront of the tweses, lot
rttered ''C." in Iasare onsered ote hundred and
eventy-seven (17. in the .1y of % asklintoa, D. C.
-ertu of -al pre ~ibad by she der-ne are .ne-tlird
ash and the hale,* in two eual installiuents. pay
be .a one and t -. iears twno day 0. 51e. or all -es.
t the option of the 'thaser The ueerrew pay
nents to bear intetest at I$ per cent and to I., secured
Y a trust upocn the leilerty sa. A deposit of two
undred (2 l dollars will be required at tunoe of male.
Li conveyaactnr at the cost oR the purchaer. If
wrtts of sale are not complied with in ten days the
rutem reserve the rig-ht to rseell the prolerty at the
iek and cat of deuil t:inr purctser. atter such
ulrther advertie las hrey aal tolnk a er.
ANDIM-. A. LIPCOM I.
Musli 77 Fenda.n bondinig.
J. HOLibwOR1 H (1iIIJON. Tr
4&I"a SO 4,4 t. n. w..J
VROMAS DOWLING&S80. Auctioneera,
:MUSTEES' SALE OF IMPlOVED RFAL ESTATE
IN WFSRGETOWN. ON NOUTH SIDE OF P
STRLET. NEAR P STtEEI ltllDtE.
By virtue of a certain dead of trust. duly recorded
nttoan the lnd records of Stmi District of Coluntla in
der 1.ii, foo 27 at e.. ad at the request of tbe
Orly selumi thereby. W she soll. at pub.ua auction.
trout of the resubmhes on TRUlilY ll
L Hilt FIRTr DAY Af DECEIL;EM. lk41, at
'OUR 0 CLUCK P.M.. &A that certain iar.eof
round. ly ing and being us Eeorgetown. in said l e
rict. distneruad as lot24 in Houteand's addition
hereto (being no. prt of square est ot aquar.- SI),
lavInir a front of feet by a depsthi of 1W feet. on
duth side of Perreet n~er P street taidge. a oueerbed
iy metes and bounds in ded. duly reoded atisoem
aid land records in Liber N. C. -I. Oii. folio 3t5 et
eq., together with the inprovementa. &c.. consisting
oi two Irame bones
Terma of sale: One-thjjd cash, of which 01010 nmit
Pe paid as deposit at tihne of ale; reasne in two equal
ISymstents at one Sad two Years ressceitively. i per ce-nt
terest. payable half yearly. secured by the notes of
he purchaser and deed of trust on the property. or all
ash at option of purchaser. All conveyanciur Rc.. at
urchaaer'eiost 'terms to be contphed with in tea
lays or trustees reserve the rirht to readvertise and
IlI at defaulu puciaser's cost and risk.
- ARI.EN H. CItAGIN.
dIR-dts WILLIAM McE. O I Trustees
RUSTEES' SALE OFADESIRABLE LOT OF
GROUNr EXTENDING FItOM VERMONT A% E
NUE TO ELEVLNTH bTREET IMP'ROVED
BY A I-RAKE DWEL-LING FRON IN4 ON NAID
AVENUE AND BY A BRICK IIWELLING
FRONTING ON AID STREET.
By virtue of a certais deed of tret. datd April r!.
LIZ.which has been duly recorded in Libor No. lM,
at folio 212 at seq.. one a the land records at the Iie
rict of Columbia. and Upon the written request of the
party secured titeroby we will vfer tor ha.e at public
tuction in Iront of remises on TULN-DAT. E
EMBDEI TWENTY. RNT. 1851. at FOUR
YCLOC( P.M.. the following descrnbed property
iiturte in the ettyef Wahinrtora. In the DIltrict aore
mid. tc wit; Part of lot numbered four i+W in 0. 0.
iHoward et a. subivison wt part of squcre north of
umia numbered three hundred and thirty-four (N. of
3'). as said ent'ivision is recorded in Libor H L. C.
1t tol1o 1147 one of the records of the oilce of the sut
reyor of the said District beilaning tor the "ane at
lie northeast corner of said lot and runnmna thea~'
meatwardly on the north line of aid lot forty-thre-,
!eet and three inches (43 ft. 3 in.). )sthence south wardly
parallet with the line of Vermont avenue to the outh
ine of amid !bt. thence eaetwaridly on said south line
forty-three feet and three Inches (43 ft :1 in.) to the
Line of said avenue and thence north. ardly on the
webt line of mai avanie foutleen (14) feet to the placi
And inunediately thereafter, by virtue of a certain
Ahet deed of trust hearingr the sarne date and duly
rcorded in Liber No. 13Wt. at folio '.IS et seq., of the
and records aforeasid. up the written request of
the party thereby vecured. wa will offer for sale-. mn
front of the prnemies. .n the sanme fmatner. the re
rialuder of said lot numbered fou- (4). in the same
mubdiriion of said square north of squar numbered
tree hundred and thtrty-four (N. of :134). de
scribed a- follows- beainmr at a point on the north
line of said lot distant torty-three teet and threeinthea
[Sirt. 3in.)from the line of Vernaout &venue. and
runnnt thence southwardly parallel with said avenue
bo the south line of std lt: thence alozor caid south
line thirty-one Seet and seven Inches 31 it. 7 in.).
nore or lees, to the east line of I Ith street; thence
oorth on said street fourteen (14) feet to the north
ineof said klt. and thence along said north line
Jilrty-ight fet and elght inches (-8 It. 8 in.). more
3r lea, to the point of begrianinhr.
The part of said lot Arat above described is im
oed by a conortable trame dwel.inr and the part
act above described in ntproved by a neat brick
Terms. One-third (M) cash and the balance in one
ud two years. with interest at the rate of 41 4er
vatum per annum from the day of sale, payable semi
minually. secured by deed of trust on the prmerty
muld, or all cash, at the option of the purchaserm. Ade
posit of 0t100 on each parcel will be required at the
time of sale. All conveyancing and recordinir will be
it the cost of the purchasers. The terns of sale maust
i complied with In fifteen days tront the day of sale.
Atherwise the trustees reserve the rtght to resell the
property at the rink and cost of the defaulting pur
,hamer after five days' adversti-meat of such resens in
he Evenin Sitar.
ILLEWIS BLACKFORD. nfes
14210 st. n. w. Tut
JAMES F. HOOD.
LATIMER & SLOAN. Aucuoneegs,
MRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
PROPERTY BEING PREMISEd NO 712 D
By virtue of a certain deed of trst date! the lt day
if April. A. D. I0411. and duly recorded in Liter I 1:j,
,o.io 14 et seq.. one of the land record. of the Distriot
>f Columbia. and at the request of the party secured
hereby, we will sell at public auction in front of the
remniseson MONDAY. JANUARY FOURT' , iti. .
it FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the followinr res estate.
mituate in the District mioremad. to wit: All thai cer
ain piece or parel of land and premises known and
listnrui.ced as and belai lot numbered forty-nine
4M) accordingr to the subdivison made by Willamn F.
Itattingly and Samuel Oeas of lots numbered tninetoee
1M). t wenty tie) and twenty-one (21). lb aMetn an.
iweeney's recorded subdiviaion of square numbered
our hundred and thirty-Ave with the imtprovam.enta.
bonleisae of a two-story and 'liaensent brick dwellingr,
i. 12Dstreet southwest.
Terme: One-third cash, balanc, lb one and two
rears, with interest and secured by a deed of trust on
he property, or alt cash. All conveyancing and re
ordag at purchasar's coat. ' a depoait of $1110 wil be
equsred at timte of sale, and tesnsa to bee cuanlied with
a fitteen days fromt day of ale, or the property amay
me resold at risk and coot of defaultingf purensaser.
BRAINARD I. WARNIER.
HENRY F. BAU lE1 Fatt'' Tutea
d19-d~dsLIncoln hat. Dank,
404 C ST.. BET. 4Jj AND 6TH STS. N.W..
The well-known ladiee' phylan, een he
consulted daily fram 10 to 1 ad I teog,
Proinpt treatment d19-5t*
)EAD AND BE WISE-DR. BROTHERS. 11011 B
Est. w., appeared before me ad antade, oet that he
a the oldest established espert secialist In thia city
and will guarantee a cure.. all dsease= of mn and
'umnish medicine, or nocharge on-uit=*on and advise
'ree at any hour of lter. Sltbemribed and sworn to
sefore mne by lir. BROTHES. SAMUEL C. MILLS.
Snotary public lb and oer the District af Coiusubta.
.hns at day of July. 1UMI- dI-tnt"
Dr. ROTHER ishodetsab. - adverkune
~ ANHOOD RESTORED BY USING A BOTTLE OR
tw fD.BiOTHERt' inviseratng cordial.
Wilcr any case of nervous amarJt -R UU Bat. 5. w.
FI)R. MULLER 1W*'H ST. N-W-- TREATS AI.L
chromne affections et the eye. ear, throat, lung,
iver. kidneys, strlctures and urinary deseesee. OSace
wore. ID to 12 a. m. and 4 to 7t'. m. d3-m*
ROFsslNALMASSAGE. MRS. H. CAVE'anN,
13:! ROIst. nL. a siredate. Face mams aaspe
Iat.lafes o of the p~~eaea= aIeS.f
D R. KARSTON'S TRATMENT FOR TEE CURE
of lest manhed. kadnay and bladder dieseen,
raricocele, &c..* witheet stomara needicines. o. tail
area or relapses. Cusesaured. Mealed treatise free.
scl3-eoly MARSTON CU.. 1i I'agS place. New leer
A VOID YEARS OF SUFFERING SY CONSULT
La naf Dr. Ii. V. Theel, dId Neph4th ,Plli
phIa The only Germmaa- ~ a in the
teah and their "ens Cure" windle. e. tli)
.. F...... T.. T.U.. D.T.
y l Tb. e
24A IM GOODIE
lhrinuly m me am .
EMA!N AM . P T D......
PARTIAL CLEANNISE OF TSa w06?
LACKSa OF ALL EINDOR FINIGRUs
-au Lm 1Wu...
%vn~~~A F. a~a IS
EBB 0O RRR NN N 08 Ti1T
ERR 00 R E nN 0 9
dl11WME 0 STREET NORTRWEST.
MADAMEL RICARD-DUNAIN I 3 AKI-, aW
lasat nw.Ar~a esatair nd uf-..ag
mata a ul say kasad .eaanbroader. laahest uesre.
A LL THE LATINT STl.b IN CAl' AND
Jake jatern I are lueA r. aa lay the Mes
style eeka ?arnaentea ed san aesiwie ami.tlat
Sno.10i,. t*17 I3t lt a u.
j, 'IS CLEANED, ALTE TDI AOF " LPA.IJ,
K eqa.al to new: 1U )eers' ea5perwn..
L. J. hLaN..AMNi.
aol4-d6* 31:. Del. are. a... *I squara iton. tastubl.
i'ory' . cth or ua..tal rm:es. crepe erv vei.et. W.
ME. T. 3. HABRISON.
1MS F ITREET.
IS CONSTANTLY RECEIVING. TEROUGE R
AUENTM IN IAJNDON AND LAXIS,
TE LATE8T FASMIUNS IN
RATS AllD BONNET3.
SIME. D. TAIaTELLE
lAme Curt aans naaenu.i and duuae up equal to mew at
reasonale prices. tbaient (tad an the eity. New hiel
Ama dying snd cleannr. LaWMe d'aUtrUcbe rease
sted in late -ariamaa .ayhe. l6arnt leas a ..a nd,
(..aOve cas*uang a ispecatV. .e;A4t
Intrti of may ? kii~aOFA 111011 ~ k
A LLTHE ADE T CILEAIN, M XF
106 U ST. N.W.
Dresses dyed a Mourning Euaok ay fall apre'.F
L'INCit D fIN.. iC.t'ii AN we. a. CLEAN.
sta Etabiashaent, 1:t ew ura awe. io et
chase lawnes' anl gents. work of ,-,.. - deeeapteen.
MAiRT RMES. PLV .E A.. D ELEIN.
ANTON AND) CAlWLI E LLtCM. ra..early wi
A. Flsh.-r and Alaisen t raes. haras. aSyg
jIANos AD D oRGA.KS
L'Ol N~lE-0TU TCk 0F IILItIHTLE UinED
SPJANOM IbA.LMT EXI.A.TDi.. As twee
are sets ot people who want anaatrnameats which a
notrentisly -ew I wil oafer matal Jaaryv! I. IwlE.
the followanc piano of wel-known nakers, am af
whlih have had but very little use, other, which. age
brand eT. but sut dwn to beAaRa prac:
7-uctave histy Oiand Steinway & boa Piano,
rusewood ;a fane itaunnt.................565
7)8-octave Square Grand attenway & bobs ss.a
carved qrs. serpentine naoaiar............ 31
CtaNe Sqnar. SteLnway & Sons iano; bea
71-caeTvHhE LATESeT FA r.M INo
used thre. tJUThs ......... .... .390
-ctv lrit )alaIa A #ndeI lien.
trnd new, .>. reduedo.................27
7-Loctave Of praht Stuyvesa: Piaso. 0sed a S.__
anethetiscostJ3............... .... ............gai.
I hae uro tots o other Panos. whch wall hP sad
on ternas to snat each buyer. STOL AND) CeOjER
triven with each nstrutnent. aiatett truw im5 to
2. novthly. .11 and ume the Paanua.
E. F. DROOP.
d2-1w Wt..( Pa. awe.
miAN atalteicsll othre. Unwiqoe aety. f)r
bidatl t-And hris 'tua ret afWt Aele, 11 t t
B~ag 0 II MM MM FPE RRR
hiS00OH MNMM E B
88 I OIHHMMM R ~RR
OOlI 00BI U I N M REE B ?
Ptanwa a~sve no~ equal f or tone. an a durabity. ba GO
Wott'H & (0.. soAeD C renta. Pe and ra.:.y st.
Pla.ns anr r-mat. d-Gan
11ut RRR A IbDiaSBBB U U R1Mk V Y
B B R R AA D S R BU U R LV V
BBB tRRR A D D BBB3 U U RRR VY
,BBR R A A NDDD E UU B
P1 A N405.
"The sweetest-toewd piano nade;" guasraa for
lifetine ; factory ices; 10 paane)nta.
th23-ln F. 0. o IT. 12knw Pen. meo.
Oull hAeiAibu vN liELABLE FINE PIANOI
Sand brabny can at the Krakaer Piano A.sency
I'aiI ( at. nw. i . . Ul M . . ..a. . use... .... s
Practical piano naker. no .to3&s la
THEIl FINENT L.INE OF THlE LEAD)IN~ PIANOS
A are now on ehibntin at our ware ra.... Weber.
Decker brua..LEtey. l<Ischer. Rim- & PoSod dam; Al
h(adard aakes ma thur.ar tIehabPia for
t. Barvaa an second-hand elanoa adem am.
MENDERS ft 8TATMAE.
L04 F It. U. w..
W ashofenrrto.. C.
3n u hth Charlie it..
grven __________________ taana e. :.$d.
"1j'l1.l ' A WONDiEjlFtL EL -:~LA?
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