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Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Fquaffly and Recognition according to Merit.
W. jEJ. OEASETDirbr. ad PBorsiErOKL
BOSTON SHOE HOUSE
amoved to-924 7th Street N.W,
tocj.ftief' Fmo Kid Button Boots, every pair -warranted
8ons awies wT UG"1' vjro1at -nuon juoots, every pair -warranted
1 AlcMjUenieii 6 x me x renun vjair uoote reduced to
1 lI (
es' Kid and Pebble Goat Button Boots,. ' lUUtiw?-50
S-Hand-sewedrButton Boots, only..,.;;;;;;;;;;;; from1-S?s
as' Common Sense Kid Boots.... $??
aemen's Fine French Calf Boots and Shoes. . .. ."....."!..". .".."i..from S2 0C I up
WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURBAY, DECEMBER 23, 1882.
904. '! 904.' KEEP
OSTON SHOE HOUSE,
924 Seventh Street, Northwest-
Down they G-o, Lower and Lower Still.
904 Seventh St., Northwest,
BETWEEN I AND K STREETS,
IS OFFERING A COMPLETE LINE OF
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
AT REMARKABLY LOW PRICES.
, New Tegjf Besoly? s.
' He. -I have resolved hat I'll ne-rex smoii
She. And I that all my dresses shail fci
. He. I mean to get along without my beer. 1 5th St. Presbyterian ChurGb, Dec..29
. She. I will not buy a bangle all this year. crranrpT .
He. From lodge and club I mean this year . , , , , , , 1
1 She. One bonnet in each month ia all PH
EEV. H. M. BH0W1OI,
WILL LECXUBE AT THE
Beaver Hats at 40c, 50e., 75c, $1 and $1.25.
J"l 1 T C'HRISTaiAS PltEFEXTS AT SLAr&HTERINQ PRICES.
I. Hi I l;its at 25 and 00 cents.
M ..im IBtaViOW at 15, 25, AO and 30 cents.
iBl;g;fnt Tips at 50 cents a bunch.
UlJbbons at Slaughtering Prices.
'H ,f Plumes at 75 cents.
Hats Almost Given Away
real Mnicfion i 'GIMrei's, Misses' anrl Laiies' Cloaks.
I) m't Ivliss Your Chance, Pon't Buy Befcre Ascertaining Prices at
kxHGFS PAE.ACE, 814 Seventh Street, N. W.
The Largest Millinery in the United States.
LARGE S-iLIiE OB1
FURS! FURS! FURS
DITTHICH'S HUDSON BAY
M I Seventh Street "1 724
A Large Stock of
15,000 yards of Fur AHmmlngs in every quality, color, and
width from 25 cents up to SlO.OOa yard.
Hso a Large Assortment of Ladies' Fur-Lined Dolmans, Circulars, Saoquea
and Cloaks from $15 to $180.
Ladies will please call and examine our Fars and. Trimmings, which we sell at
724 7th STREET, Centre of Square,
Sigi. of tb.0 " JB I Gfr 33 IE A. JEZ."
Blankets and Comforts from 75 Cents up
Stern's Dolmans and Coats are the Cheapest in the City.
Stern's Haniercliefs, Underwear ail Gloves are tlie Best
IN THE CITY.
DON'T FORGET THE NAME AND XUMBEK, 90 1 7th St. bet. 1 and K. I
CRAND OPENING !
Saturday, November 4, at II o'clock,
807 14th St, between H & X
Manufacturers of the Best
Sizes 14 to 17.
He. I'll not lose cash at pokar now eao.
j She. All dry goods shops I'll banish from
, my sight. i
; He. Billiards, and pool, and cards I'll throw '
t aside. '
She. I'll wear old froc&3, and get my kid i
gloves dyed. :
He. I'll parties shun, and only dance with
Ticks 25 Cents-
BlDeteMs GreatLeeiure oi Facts anflFa
TJBJECT THE EFFECT OF FEAR AND'
IMAGINATION UPON THE PHYSI
Lectures given for the benefit of Churches.,,
Societies and Sabbath Schools BEV. J. W.,;
RTP.VP.NSfW nrnnnsps to crive a Star.
. She. I'll buy no jewels, save a ring or two. Course of Lectures in his own Church this
1 He. I'll find some place where I can buy winter, and will give any of the following
cheap clothes. ; lectures for the benefit of the above.
1 SHE.-And I'll stop buying costly embroid- ' s,u BJ c. T S . . . n.
. ,, I. Tho seasons of ccrartBhip;ttho most iropottant pr
I He, Of resolutions, dear, tuereB qaxw ir Sffwmiisvwdsa lottery.
stock " 3Carrisgo TaIs true cnaracteK
S. Ti ohtflct of court stalD.
SHE. Enough, when broke to pave below a ' 6. Proper ago to select a companion.
Wo will keep on hand an immense stock of goods, just received from New York, at a price
that will startle all who will patronize us for thirty days. Remember we will have on hand
all kinds of
LADIES' HATS, BONNETS
And all the latest styles in the Millinery line. A speciallasssortment of Kid Gloves, Cloaks,
Dress Trimmings, Lace Goods, Cuffs, Collars, Ties, Handkerchiefs, Feathers, Flowers and
Assortment of Ladies5 Underwear .
Prints Scents up; Bleached and Unbleached Cottons from 4 and 5 cents, and up; at the
O 14tl St., 3N". W.
Pronftr sire to marrr.
8. AVhat is a companion ?
9. Courtship should reveal tho trno character.
10. Vfe should marry for the future as well as for th
present. . ...... , ...
11. God marries the truly married : He joins tho spirit.
partners ; He sanctions tho nnion of those who
are fitted for each other.
His celebrated Lecture on Courtship and!
Marriage. 2nd Good and Bad Luck on tho
Secrets of Success, or tho art of making
Aioney. Also ms very mexuy iuteiwuiuaiuuu
A striking business-Boxing matches
A figure head Tho lightning calcu-lator.
A distant relation A telegraphic ' classical lecture on the Formation of Char
dknntph acter. The Conditions: One hQlf of the
dispatch. proceeds. Address J. W. STEVENSON.
A Kentucky stock breeder has just novl8-lm 12SS, 19th street, N. W.
failed, with 130 muleo a,mong his as- - -r
"When you size up David Davis the
trouble with him is that he isn't David
after all, he is Goliath.
Among tho followers of Guido Reui).
this. young woman, who died when bufc
The burglar3 romance : Chapter I. twentv-five years old, is conspicuous
He tried to git the shekels. Chap- , for her tulents an(1 interesting on ae
terll. He got the shackles'. Courier- . . ., , e , v- . wwl
Journal count of tho story of. her life. She wae1
whon u,m. wnntR to mf. riil Tof the daughter of a reputable artiit, and!
I f AAVAJ ft VUttVU II O
her husband for an hour she sends , was oorn at iioiognaauoucita.
CAN ONfuY BE HAP OF
him upstairs to get something from was certainly very industrious, since'
the pocket of her dress. one 0f her biographers names one hunr
One of the sweetest pictures of do- (lred an,j flftv pictures and etchings.
Have You Seen Our
Owing to the change in a large firm we have secured EIGHT HUNDRED FUR BEAVER
OVERCOATS which we are going to sell at 5. It is less than the cost of the goods, but
they must bo sold this month.
ONLY $o FOR A GOOD WARM, SERVICEABLE OVERCOAT, IX
BLUE, BROWN AND BLACK.'
Just think of it, only $5 for a good winter overcoat. We are ready in pll our depart
ments with R complete Mock of
FINEST AND NICEST CLOTHING FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN j
you ever saw. Tho best in quality, finish and fit, and one price. Lower than you pay in i
many houses for common goods. We have choice styles in Overcoats and Suits, many !
styles entirely now and net to be found elsewhere. They are equal to custom work at '
much less cost. We have them at 10, 12, 14, Ifi, 18, 20, 22, 2o, 2G. 28, 32. The finest satin : . , . . . , . . f.
and silk lined overcoats you ever saw. Ready made suits 10, 12, 14, 1G, 18 and 20. Men's , .c.a"nofc 'Burpaeaed in Variety of Style, Reha
Pants 1,25, 1.50, 2.00, 2.50, 3.00, 3.B0, and up. We are selling genuine bargains, as wc 'Mat
hnvp nn iTTimprisfi Ktpk nf rnnfiK Hint, wo nro anxious lor vou lo wear, as a trial oi our i "pi A -.. -'" .b...- "i,
OLITSR P. BVRSSTTS,
437 7th St., 11 W.,
Sole Agent for the District
- -doclfi-1 in
mestic economy is a poet blacking a
white stocking so that it won't shon
through the fissure in his boot.
A Cortland man who read at the
! end of a friend's marriage notice "No
! cards," sent him a eucher deck by the
! first mail. Marathon Independent.
" That man is so good-natured that
j he would hold an umbrella over a
i duck in a shower of rain,' observed
Jerrold once of a brother dramatist.
made by her. and all these must have
been done within a period of about teiu
Much has been said of the ease and)
rapidity with which she workedi : on'
anecdote relates that on an occasions
when it happened that the Duchess 06
j Brunswick, the Duchess, of Minuuloto.
1 and Duko Cosimo de Medici, wih
" Yes," said the captain of the ocean , other person's, all met at her studio,
steamship, "we had a very expensivo sne astonished and. delighted them by
trip this time. Very little sea-ack- th ease an(1 sldn itb: -which she
ness; passengers ate frightfully. -.--.
Boston Post I sketched aud slwdecl drawings- k the
The Hotel World says "a porter in ! subjects which one after anofeemnnitdu
one qf the Cliicago hotels is worth to her.
$100,000." He may be worth it, but j The storv of lier lif(?j asi(le frorn hcc
you bet he doesn't get it, by a loi ' dvfa inj.eresfc t0 n0B
cmk.ITaw7ieye. b , . " .
, , name, and insures her remembrances
A corresponuent asKs. : -ua ciiuary .
MEN'S YffllTrT'S AND RflYS' f PAR t birds like fish?" Well, we can't tell for all time. In person she was beau
mrjllO, lUUinOiillJJ DUIO nMIl. t whetber they d0 or not; but they jtiful, and the sweetness of her char
The AsEortment of the above Goods at ' mn.naLre to catch a little nerch every ' of Ar nnrl mnnnnr u-nn for hor the love
' day. New York Commercial - of aU those who were tosociated with
The deacon's son was telling the min- ' her She was als0 a charming singer
. ister about the bees stinging his pa, . nnB
andtheininsterinquired:-rungyoui WIS ever ready to give pleas-
, fiifi thnv? AVpII wliat clirl vniir n;i lire to her lnends. Her att-
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The Misfit Store
CORNER TEN IE AND F STREETS,
goods will secure your custom. Wo do not forget the boys and children, and have an ele- ?ue P?ces ro x? X p -f ceut lower inan
gant stock of Suits and Overcoats expressly for thorn from 2.f0 un to the finest arid i I hose of any honse in tho city,
nicest styles. But bear in mind our special bargain, THE 5.00 OVER COAT, -for general j mrrp MTQPTT1 QTflDII'Q nirl AlifmmDnt
wear and hard servico, for cold, for rain, for snow, for warmth, for wear. Boats all the IIID 11110111 UlUlHJ 0 UIU UlsUlllDllli
nicest styles. But bear
wear and har
Overcoats evQr off-3red for such a small sum.
CALL AND SEE OCR GOODS, AT
3 Seventh Street, Northwest.
?SK. B. Far Trimmings cut and made to order.
paired at the shortest notice.
Robes lined and re
N F. ELLIS & GO.
937 Pennsylvania Avenue, fllear Tenth Street
PIANOS A.1STD ORGkAJSra
For Sale at Reasonable Prices, on Easy Terms
toning, Repairing and Moving promptly attended to. Cornets, Violias, Flutes
Guitars, and everything in the musio line for
CASH OB ON INSTALMENTS.
JOHN F. ELLIS & CO.,
937 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Immoth dry goods house
LANSBURCH & BRO.,
4205 422 and 424 Seventh Street.
Otis's Einest Elevator in BixildingT-
Workmen, using nothing but First-class Improved Machinery and the very suite for is, worn 2a.
best of Selected Timber, and by a thorough knowledge of the business, we gj JJ worm i.
hnve iiistlv earned the renutatioii of making "Bi2ST Waoon oK HEELS. 8uita for 18i worth 30,
est Wagon on Wheels
IS MANUFACTURED BY
j Fall Oovercoats at $8, worth . . $21
, Fali'Overooats at 9, worth ... 13
Fall Overcoats at 10, worth , . 15
Fall Overcoats at 12, worth ... 18
j Fall Overcoats silk faced, at $12, worth 20
Fall Overcoats silk lined, at 18, worth SO
j Medium Weight Overcoats at 10, worm 15
Medium Weight Overcoats at 12, worth 18
Good Beaver Overcoats, in black, blue and
1 green, at $14, worth .... 24
Fine Castor Beaver Overcoats at $20, worth 35
sayV" "Step this way a moment," miring biographers also commend her
said the boy," "I'd rather whisper it to tasto jn (ress which was very simple ;
you." Funny Freaks. thoy eyen gQ s0 far as to pnlise h.er,
A little three-year-old girl, while hex modrratioil in eating! ghc was wg11
mother was trying to get her to sleep, 1 ,, , . ,, , .. . . ,,
rbecame interested in some outside BWIle1 in a11 domestic matters, and
noise. She was told that it was caused would rise at daybreak to performi her
by a cricket, when she sagely observed lowly household duties, never allbw-
"Alamma, l tinnk ne ougnc 10 ue oueu. . inr hcr art to displace the homl j ocuu-
1 - .
Elevated Kail way Journal.
I pations which property, as she thtmghfc
Chinchilla Overcoats at $6.50, worth
Umncnilla Uvercoata at 8, wortn . .
Chinchilla Overcoats at 10, worth . .
Chinchilla Overcoats at 15, worth . ,
Chinchilla Overcoats at 20, worth
Finest Chinchilla Overcoats satin lined, at
Ulsters at $6, $8, $10 and $12, worth fully
We make every variety of Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons, and by confining guit8 for'$8j WQrth $13
ourselves strictly to one classs of work liy employing none uiu uie ul-sl ui suits for 10, worth 18.
Manufactures have abolished the warran v. but Agents may, on their own Buita for 20, worth 34.
responsibility, give the following warranty with each wagon, if so agreed : FOB BOYS FROM 4 TO 11 YEABS OLD.
WE HEREBY WARRANT the FISH BROS. WAGON, No to be well made m Suits from $3.50 to $10, worth fuUy double.
every particular and of good material, .and that the strength of the same is sufficient for
all work with fair nsace. Should any breakage occur within 0110 year, from this date by FOB BUYS noma to i.onganisd, vests.
reason of defective material or workmanship, repairs for the same will bo lunnsneu a Huits irom 4.ou 10 -greas uargame.
:e of said repairs, ns per agent m iiito usi 'm p0Il D0Yg feOM 12 TO 17.
"place of sale, free of charge, or the price
paid in casn by tne purcna
Knowing we can suit
Send for Prices and
i- r 4 . un nn - riii irTi'i nur ki s t uiuuCt
serproaucingniiuipieui iusuiumuui ...v ..... -- ----- ,
you. we soiicii nairouagu irum ovui. k-""" . ,, .
Terms, and lor a copy or tne ""ffi cine Wir.
-.n .,- , . ... , ii tit. a vttp.tr. COMFORTERS,
T Uirn nn hnn i im eh. nun soil them without a 1066. u JtUVS "' V
here at $2.00. 5 Cases full wn-
value ever onerea. a.m
nn hnnsn in flio nifv rnn RoU them
KlH-mdnrd Comforters at $1.40, roteiled everywhere a
1 i-hIp bleached Sheeting at 25 cents per yard. The best
' Minn 1, i-Jl "
liKjpKE I?OJE2, COliB -WEATHER,
; are invited to make ns a visit of inspection awl compare ogCojig gj
; n. Jrrsyp, etc., with those of any other house. All are T.rfl5eBx fine
, T ' ns. We are prepared to show 6,000 Garments of aU eizes and qualities. A sine
llr'i of Fur-trimmp.d Silk and Satin
CIROTJLAJRS A.ISTP DOLMANS3
,;-: ml .nud Quilted Linings, etc A f ew HAOTSOME mAPS for Vf1
l w,ri,nent of Misses' and Children's WRAPS m Qilt, Plush and Uiotn, au sizes,
r - to , years. We have an immense variety of
sQUlRREL-LfiNED CIRCULARS & DOLMANS
? now and desirable shapes, both in Trhmned and teimmei & g s
'? f Seal-Skin Sackquei and Dolmans. We fxantee everySe MJJd Mufe!
idoD.aved Alaska Seal and made expressly for us. AU kmds of For Collars ana
TiSMUU&M- iS BROTHER
Clothing and Gents' Furnishings
HATS, Caps, Boot?, Shoes, Trunks, Valise-.
Musical lnstrnmeu's. A.Viio v and Sjc-ond-Hml
Watrhe-, Jewrlry, Gnnp, Tict .U.
f etc. 915 and 0-'3 U. S'., . v.
Watches and Jewelry Kpnired. seym m
I. HAMBURaER & SONS,
ClotMers and Tailors,
G15 Pennylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C
Suits to order from $15; Pants to order fron
L A full line of Gent's Furnishings.
se 16, 1 mo. .
YOUNG'S RELIABLE CLOTH AND SILK
HOUSE. Foreign and Domestic Dry
Goods, Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing-.
73G Seventh Street, Northwest, Washington.
Every ore dollar buyer geta a red ticker:
six red tickets entitles the holder to a useful
present. Cheapest place for bawjaiM and
presents. It pays everybody to call.
bo 16. 1 mo.
William L. Spedden
808, 7th street, Northwest.
Photographing in aB its branches. Careful
and accurate operators. Courteous and polite
attention to all patrons and cuatomera. Satis
faction guaranteed in every instance. Have
added to my gaUery nnw and improved seces
sion that enable mo to perform my worn in
the moat artiatio manner, and to secure the
most B-tiefaotory result-. oct7-lm.
Suits from So to $15; cannot be replaced for
RED STF-SFEOIAI, KOTIC15. ' Bl'k cloth suits.Princo Albert atyle, $20 wth $40
LOOK OUT FOB oou.n i h!tFlT.S. Bl'k cloth suiJs,Prmce Albert stylo. 30 w th 50
d-os-:s. Indian nocTOP Black Clotn Suits, uii ureas, ou, worm oo
has removed to lw, 4tf Ft., N.w. Brown Caator Beaver Coat and Vest, Prince
Near-'ennsylvania Aeiice, Dr Dtr,Ju yaoiui jj
Befl 8vn has the onlv j.enuin Albert atyle, $20, wortn Jd5.
WonoAH-.ii Heres, Inttian Uiooi Gossamer Coats at $2.50, $3, $3.50, worth $
Berncm, best medicine known 5 and $6
&S m&xUS, Gossamer Coats for boys at $2, $2.50, worth
gnnne to relievo C-EONTtj $3.50 and $50.
or acL.HOn HHLUMATifcM i p at $2 $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4, $4.50, $5 and
SS iffito'lCTS $6, worth'fully double the price named.
asthma, or 1 hiTic. I reliev DdiVesta very cheap.
tho uuilerer u -U mnuUs, aud -.-.-.r-m-N .t t -u
The Misfit Store
COBNEB TENTH AND F STBEETS.
P. S. The Misfit Store has no connection
nth any other house in the city.
rare In irona two t f"-nr rtri, f nt staci
ou2Tir,uion or nrnncmai nKcction, l tc
iia-j ib9 aifferer in 3 lrinutri:. a pemiantr.
mr-1 ia twi or tmn eeks, t Irrak anyFeei
n2Jmi:ritej. Fover anr: Akuo in oao day. L c
an.fjrconatTffi . Ih.ireEo" reddlers: the A trt
rampsp mpjni.ii'lojr-to ti -or scIUqr r. mrdiciLs "
a?up who no! mi nami. inrm as ipme it is a
j&so counteract. TLev a:fo represent tLeinfelves ti
je couuected with me. thev toll ou any Ja.se stort
u order to sail their "orthl;ss medicire. I bue tie
?flunoi:tlou with anv nne. Tome tn mv headuar
ters and eel tbtirt'iiiiiiie Uel S n 3Irdicine: don'i
be deceived. I make a sport lt of lemalo trouble j
T.ml a'l jiT.-itodis a'ef. I wi-nlbe ibic cot tc
itc niv irofc-smnal trade inak L.ino J!cl SMilfu7 .
Ifceia on riTOirrhnn n Hip j h ia ctiaw: 820, 822 and 824 Seventh Si, N. W.
lo r.!fr n -5 f i'i ' , I '
n ";r,iD-ci Doctor.
1(TJ -t. -t nror tm A Tonne.
,t fTlU -U-H-Url- c. r. " - r. T
u,T ZZ,nln ti ;;; ( made a part of her life.
Hall, 'are those who sleep in tne top ( x
story." 13 ut there is nothing new in Elisabetta Sirani's name has comai
this statement. Hotel proprietors have (own thVough two hundred and semen
been acquainted with the fact for as whoge dcvotC(l filiall
years, and have always endeavored to , ;. . .
make their guests as healthy as possi- ; affection, feminine grace, and artless
ble. Boston Transcript. , benignity of manner added a luster to
We are not captious, but when a i her great talents, and completed a per
photographer puts a bottle of whisky sonality which her friends regarded? as
where we can see it, and then says, ; ;m Ulc;il of perfection."
"ow look natural," we are prepared ,
to tell him that we don't go around The sudden death of this artiefe has
with a hanker-for-whisky look in our f added a tragic element to her story
eyes, and he can't do any more work ' The c:iseof it has never been known,
for us.-SomerDille Journal. )ut th(J fcheory thafc ghc aied ivom
An Austin gentleman bought a t ison hag becn generally a-
bugy horse which was represented to f l . . , f ... .
be perfectly gentle. After the trade I cePtca'- Several reasons for fchls GEimQ'
had been made, the money paid over, j have been given : one is, that she was
and the new purrhaspr was leading off j eacrificed to the jealously or other
his horse, the former owner called to ! nrtjst as Domenichino had boon :
him : "I say ! When you want your r anotherbelief was that aprincolv Ibvor
buggy repaired there is a man on t l .J.
iPecan street who will do it very cheap." whom she had treated with scorn, had
' Sff tings. taken her life because she had daredito
A few weeks ago, during a heavy .place herself, in her lowly stofcfon;
storm, the Rio Grande river suddenly I above his rank and power,
changed its course, by cutting through ' ... T . ,
a bend near Camargo, and thus placed A servant irl named Lucia JToto
several acres of inhabited territory mclli, who had been long m the aer
within the legal limit of the United ; service of the Sirani family, was sus
States. It was awful severe upon, and ! pectc(l and tried for this Jrime. Sho
yeSU0 nSll sentenced to banishment ; bub.
lust paid his taxes m Mexico, and ' .
found that the American tax collector. ' attei t,me Llisabetra s father re
mould call in two &nj.8nmemUle i quested that Lucia should be allowed!
Journal. , to return, as he Jiad no reason for be-
tiie modern kailkoad accident j lievinsr her giiiltv. And so the mystery
CUINNIP, DAY & Co.v
Upholsterer and Paper Hanger. i
And dealer in Paper Hangings, Window t
Shades, Upholstery Goods, Carpets, Floor Oil
Cloths and Matting?.
No. 429 Ninth St. , between D and E Streets. ;
Prigg's Jewelry Store,
457 Pennsylvania Ave.
Roman Designs in Earrings, Lace Pins,
Bracelets and Buttons. Periscopic Eye
Glasses. 1.00 at
PRIGG'S, 457, Pa. Ave.
HATE JUST BECEIVZD AND ABE NOW DISPLAT-
INQ THE IiAEGEST AND MOST
COMPIiETE STOCK OF
FALL ASD f INTER DRY GOODS. I
OUB LINEN DEPABTMENT. i
Ladle's silk and Plush Wraps ,
at popular prices.
FRANK H. FALL,,
601, D atreet, N. W., Waahington, D. O.
Practices in all the 'Courts tnd U ne De '
partmenta, ' oct7-lm. j
AND ITS RESULTS,
of the cause of her death has nevor
f been solved ; but its effect upon th
whole city of Bologna, where it oc
I curred, is an exact matter of history.
The entire people felt a personal loss
I in her death, and the day of her burJaB
was one of general mourning. Th
cev emenies of her funeral were attended
with great pomp, and she w;w; buried!
beside her master, Guido Keni. in the
chapel of Our Lady of "the Rosary,
in the magnificent church of the Do
minicans. Poets and orators vied with
; one another in sounding her praisesi
i St.. Nicholas
An SCO-acre farm in Califumht hat
; been provided for the twenty-two- os-
j triches which were lately hautsed! aft
Central Park, Xew York.
Bf " i