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GENERAL NEWSOF THE CITY
PE0BABLY ANOTflm TRAGEDY
AFFRAY IN SOUTH WASHINGTON
GOVERNMENT OF THE COUNTY
ONE CASE OF SMAT.T. - FOX
ACCIDEXTS, I5CIBEXTS, TOLICB ITEMS
KOsceHaneona Paragraphs of Interest
Weather probabtllttei, estimated till. a.
Tor Wednetdyiy, In the Sooth Atlantio and Gulf
EUtu, riling barometer, northerly winds, cooler,
clear weather. For the middle and East Atlan
tic coasts, falling, possibly followed by rising
baremeter, northweit to sonthweit wind j, parti;
cloudy weather and occasional rain, with station'
ary or lower temperatures.
Ttwrmcmetrio rexdingi taken at the Signal or.
toe Not. 7, M7 slt.it, ; 7:85 a. m., CO j 1
m, ; 3 p. m., "; 3 p. nu, '; s p. m., 43;
jkp. ra 41. Maximum. 1 : minimum, 41.
Catarrh eared See Dr. Hartley.
Smoke Behrend's patent catarrh cigar.
Dr. Blood's oxygenized air, 468 Seventh street.
Butler's store exchange, corner of Fifth and E
streets northwest.
J-ft-off clothing, watches, pistols, Ac., bought
at Htnog's, 916 D street. Orders attended to.
All kinds of tracks made to order, repaired ard
covered at MeMurrays' 60i Pennsylvania avenne
Karket Space.
Beit prices paid for cast-oil clothing at Josh's
eld stand. No. 19 1) street northwest. Orders
attended to.
Uharles Stewart, colored, form erly a contractor,
Is held for a hearing, on the charge of forging
oeeds to property, preferred by Air. A. A. Bir-
y.
The Cryeul Fire Plaoo Stove received a modal
and the judges' special report at the Centennial.
Call and see lu H. X- Gregory, 31 Pennsylvania
avenue.
T-awyers' briers printed from new type and on fino
paper for one dollar and fifteen cents per page at
the Nationai. XEri-BLicax Book and Job Print
ing Office.
The Empire Heating Ranee received a medal
and the judges special report at the Centennial
Call and see it, at U. I. Gregory's, C34 Pennsyl
vania avenue.
The meeting of the Potomac Fruit Growers'
Association to have been held yesterday was
postponed on account of the member; having gone
Lone to vote.
A dispatch w&Yeeeived In this city last even
ing, tt&tihg that yesterday afternoon a colored
"nan named James Alien murdered a man in
Asne Arundel oounty.
Prime to fancy New York, Pennsylvania
glade, Virginia and Western butter, strictly line
stork, at Spicer'r butter store, corner of Ninth
and streets northwe't.
As a reliable and cheap remedy for the various
affections of the throat and Ionics, we heartily
recommend Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Small -",
and large bottles SO cents.
ff3Ir. John TV. Slagill, of Lewis Johnson k Co.,
fell from his horse while at Snickersville, a few"
days since, and sustained severe Injury to one of
his legs, dislocating the ankle.
J. H. Souier & Co , bankers, 1(16 Pennsylvania
avenue, pay s per cent, interest on deposits, paya
ble on demand. Special rates on time deposits.
Interest paid January and July, or credited.
Parents need never to be disappointed. Tkey
can always find the latest and best of everything
In the clothing line for their boys and children
at the boys' clothing house of Messrs. B. Hob In -or
k Co., 93) Pennsylvania avenue, next to M.
tVilllan's.
"We call attention to the advertisement in an
other column of Smith, Blrge &. Co., 1014 Penn
sylvania avenne. Their facilities for steam and
warm-air heating, manufacturing! they do their
own apparatus, are, perhaps, superior to those of
any other house In this community.
Election news! Election news!! Hayes and
"Wheeler! Tilden and Hendricks! Arrangements
have been made to supply theextrademandforthe
X. T. Tribune, Herald, Timet, World and Sun on
Wednesday and Thursday, at Urad Adams' mam
building, 812 F street, and Brad Adams' annex,
J411 Pennsylvania avenne,
H. E. Oney k Co.'s exchange anddeposit bank,
northeast corner of Fifteenth and F streets, deals
in-all classes of Government securities and In Dis
trict of Columbia and all first-rate investment
bonds and stocks; also, la American coin and for
eign money. Demand drafts on Europe in any
amount. Best rate allowed for 8 per cent, im
provement bonds. Orders promptly filled ror the
sew United States 4J percent, bonds.
Inspector Plowman has issued the following
building permits: A two-story brick store and
dwelling, north side North Carolina avenue, be
tween Seventh and Eighth streets northeast;
tl.roo: James Logan, a two-story and basement
brick dwelling, east side Nineteenth, between
Sherman and It streets northwest; tUoOO. II. A.
lllnes. a brick store, north side I, between
Twenty-lirst and Twenty-second streets north
west; fl.COl.
WASHESGTON COUHTS.
An Effort to Bevive the Levy Court.
At a meeting of the committee appointed by
citiiens of Washington county, east of the Ana
cestla, to consider a form of government for the
county, the old Levy Court system was fully dis
rupted. The committee appeared to conslderthe
following as among the points-tobe Impressed
upon the Congressional committee: '-Property
qualification and actual residence in each mem
ber -or the Levy Court; that the future govern
ment of the county should be fra-n-d with no
retrospect to the territorial or now existing Torms
of government, "but should start anew, with
whatever lmiroveincnts experience or the judg
ment of the committee or Congress may deem
desirable for the ends of good government; that
the Levy Court, or equivalent bodv, should con
fist of seven members, that being the present
number orthe school districts, which ate pretty
equally and fairly divided as to population and
territory; that such matters as the tennre of
crace by members of the Levy Court, road re
pairs, eoruner's Inquests, expenses ol registra
tion ofdeeds, and some other detailr, be led for
tbe decision of the honorable committee, or to
futnre experience and legislation." The com
mittee will In person present the result of their
Inquiries and deliberations to the honorable com-t-lltee
of Congress, and request the aid and co
jration of citiiens in other parts or tbe county.
Funeral of James Nicholson.
The funeral or Air. James Nicholson was held
last evening from his late residence, W4 East
Capitol street. Tbe deceased had been ailing for
some time previous to his death. About ten days
ago, while sitting at hirdesk lathe Patent Office,
he was stricken down with apoplexy. Several
pbyrlcians were summoned, who decided to keep
ldm tn the office till the next day. He was then
conveyed to hit home, where be lingered until
Monday evening, when he expired at 030 o'clock.
The services at the bou-ef ere conducted by Bev.
J. P. Jfewman. assisted by Bev. Sunderland,
Speake and Deall. Dr. bunderland read the
nineteenth Psalm, and Dr. Newman made a tew
appropriate remarks, consoling the iamlly in
their bereavement, and spoke with much reeling
of the derotedness with which the deceased ser ed
hi Lord and master, whose causo he embracel in
early lire. "Whosoever," "Whiter than Snow"
and "Parting and Meeting," songs winch the dc
ceased had composed, were sung.
The remains win be taken to Philadelphia on
the 8 o'clock train this morning. The linul ser
vice will be held at the WKarton-street church,
arter,whleh the remains will be taken to Mount
Meriah cemetery, where they will be Interred.
Mr. Nicholson was a native of Ireland. He
came to this country when ha was in his twen
tieth year, and resided in Philadelphia unul
about four years ago, when he came to thisclty
H wss.well known, and had gained great renu
tatlon in composing devotional songs, many of
which are very popular and are used extensively
in this and other cities. "Parting and Meeting"
was composed on the death of his associate Ea
lorerln tbe cause or Christ, the late Rev. E. J.
Kenney, of Wharton-street church, Philadelphia.
.Mr. Nicholson had been actively engaged in the
.Presidential campaign, composing many popular
-campaign songs, and had just returned before he
was taken III. Among those present at the sera-lees
were lieu. J. It. Wheeler Cbenowith and
Green, and Messrs. ri m. K. Woodward and Jas.
K. Davis.
Death dj. Police Officer,
ilr. Thomas Snee, en old and respected meat
beror the Metropolitan police force, died Monday
night of paralysis at ills residence. No. ts Six-anda-half
street soutiurest. 'Mr. Snee ;as a
native -of Ireland, came to this city when quite
young, and was appointed on the police force on
April ss.JSSI. His health became Impaired by
active duty, and he assumed the duties ofstatlon
keeper, which position be held at the Fifth (Cen
tral) precinct station at the time of hisdoath.
Mr.Snee. was greatly liked and respected for his
Integrity, faithful irlurmance of duty, and many
good qualities. He was in his for iy-elghth rear.
a, iwik at arMv auu ,,i cial CllimrCll.
m
Catarrh,
ctUnsrre discharges frem the bea I aniall chronic
Ureases successfully treated by Dr. Hartley, 732
Tenth street, Washington. That the timid and
disappointed may feel the utmost assurance' and
confidence In the skill u 1 good faith of Dr.
Hartley, for the next thirty days be gener
ously otftri to attend all perrons, rich or poor,
free or charge, until the best evidence and
mott convincing proofs or his success have been
-teallred from his treatment. Dr. Hartley's office
733 Tenth street. Hours, o to , daily. '
a aa
Vacancy en the Police Board.
Tbe resignation of Dr. Charles H, Nichols as a
member of the Board of Metropolitan Police has
Lets presented to the President and accepted.
The President has Indicated his desire that the
toard suggest Dr. Nichols' successor.
Tabautn, .
ill Ninth street, las the largest stock or paper-
- jangings in the city, and the lowest price. Land
! lord! and others refitting will save money by
fcnylngfrom him. Also, ties stock ol window,
shades, fringe", gimps, curtain loops, cords and
tassels, c The best 1 shades Is the city. Give
him a tali.
EICi'lVIHG THE BEITJBHS.
Incidents About the City-Great Crowds sad
Much Notts.
No election ever exeited more general Interest
In the District thaa the election of yesterday.
Every where the probable results were evtcrly
discussed, and a thousand conjectures were made.
During the day. from early morning, knots and
groups gathered on the corners aid In doorway,
and oftentimes in the middle of the rnvement,
and compared figures. Eteryboly made the'
tight his own. Everybody was anxloasto asar
from the States. Ereryonewore an lnjuirlng
look, and when two friends met they did not say,
"How d'ye do," but, "Whit haveyoa hearJt"
Then roine people grew jocular, and Invented big
stories. Republican Mr. Jones punched his pudgy
thumb Into Democratic Mr. Smith's lean sides,
and Informed him that tbe latest news was that
John Kelly had voted for Peter Cooper.
A great many groundless rumors were started
about enormous gams on one side or the other
and spread rapidly. In the afternoon dispatches
began to be posted in front orthe telegraph offices
at the corner of Fourteenth street and the Ave
nue, and a crowd collected, which swelled and
swelled until it became as large as a mass meet
ing. SIIOHT.
At nightfall atbe whole city turned out and
filled up the streets in the centre of the city, and
each man asked some one else If he had heard any
news about a doien times, so that was the com
monest salutation that met the ear. It was a
restless, moving crowd, every member of which
thought it necessary to make a trip around to the
several news depots two or three times an hour in
order to be sure notlo lose anything.
Returns were received and announced at sev
eral po'nts, Including the telegraph otnees. Demo
crats headquarters, Repnblloan committee
rooms, and several offices In Newspaper Row.
Dispatches received at the Western Union Tele
graph Office-were exhibited from the Natiohai,
JtrrrBUCAX office by means of a sdoptlcon, and
a vast crowd remained about the building until
late In the night reading the dispatches thrown
upon the mammoth sheet. The venerable Jack
son Democrats exhibited returns with a stereop
tlcon from their headquarters on Louisiana ave
nue. A brass band fllledup the Interval between
dispatches and drinks with strains of Democratic
music, and Mr. Horner, the particular champion
of Democracy, enthused the vast audience with
stirring speeches, made brief because some of his
friends not appreciating his genius and eloquence,
always forcing him back lntothe crowd when he
tried to eome forward and speak.
The returns were read from the balcony of the
headquarters ofthe Tilden and Hendricks "Re
form" club, on Seventh street, A brass band
was sqneeied into one corner of the balony, and
tickled the Democratic ear.
the Itennbllc&n Contrrecrtnnal Amnif?fA
I rooms, on F street, near Tenth, were thronged
uuijuk iuc Krcaicr piu-ioi uie nigau uispaicaes
were read to the crowd inside and exhibited by a
stereoptlcon for the benefit orthe crowd outside.
At the office ot tbe New York Evening Pelt,
on F street, dlspatchee were read by Mr. W,
Scott Smith, and read and considered by a roam
full of Kcpclllcans.
Rcturns were read In the New York IForld of
fice to a crowd which was unanimously Demo
cratic, and dispatches were also posted up in the
office orthe Cincinnati CtzeSte.
A line was stretched to tbe rooms orthe Gnr
rick Ciub, on Pennsylvania avenue, near Four-and-a-balf
street, and the young gentlemen com
posing that club and their invited guests lounged
In ease while listening to the returns. The time
between dispatches was whiled away with euchre
or billiards, reading a paper, smoking a cigar or
sipping a class of something or other.
Dispatches were posted up In the windows of
the Atlantic and Pacific telegraph office, at
Fourteenth street. Before tne night was over
the windows were filled up with dispatches, and
ccger crowds strained their Becks to read tbe
latest news.
A special wire was carried lrotn tbo Western
Union lines to Tui HrruBLlci office, so that
all the nens came direct to the office and was
thrown out on the sheet.
the KXTtyaiiav.
The city was wild with excitement during the
night, but good feeling and good order prevailed.
Enthusiasm vented Itself in making as much
noise as possible. All that was necessary to get
up a big procession was to start a boy oat with a
torch and a drum, and in a few minutes the boy
would be multiplied by a hundred, and have a
yelling, hurrahing army following him. Two or
three brigades of youthful patriots, miny ofthe
number scarcely able to lisp their own names,
were started out in this way, and moved about
town, awaking the echoes ofthe night.
The Democrats were lubilant and nolsr. One
prominent local Democrat forced his way through
the crowd in the doorway or the Republican com-mlttee-rooms,
saying, "I just want to see their
faces." The crowd about the Cincinnati Gazette
office and other Republican headquarters were
very frequently thrown into confusion by some one
from the gatheringat the Il'erM office, who would
tagger In, yelling: "Whar's Ohio! Whar's
Pennsylvany! Wnar's whar's Bucks county!
Hooray!" A lank and grim Georgia sandhlller,
who has not smiled since the war, nearly wrenched
his neck laughing, and all he said during the
evening was, "We've got 'to now."
SOTEO ABOUT TOW3T.
Preparations were made by Gilniore, Smith &
Cov, patent attorneys. No. 0-J9 F street, for the
election returns to be received at their office.
Telegraph wires were run Into the office, and an
operator was In attendance. In the evening a
lew invited ones assembled to hear tbe returns.
At a late hour they dispersed to their homes In
high spirit sdisenssing the results received, feeling
In a better condition than those who had been out
on the crowded streets.
M. Goldstein, the enterprising cigar man next
the Metropolitan Hotel, had hi j place illuminated
with Japanese lanterns, and had flags displayed
In froat r his store.
A very large crowd assembled at tbe Tilden
and Hendricks lleform club-rooms, 4SJ Seventh
street. The rooms were brilliantly lighted,
while a band was in attendance, which dis
coursed music from time to time. Only those
holding passes were admitted to tbe club rooms,
where the news was read as fast as it was re
ceived from the dilterent cities and counties. The
dispatches wero read from the portico to the
crowd below, which crowded the pavement and
exttnded across the street. Rousing cheers
would bo raised when the Democrats were an
nounced to have a majority or gain, but a great
difference was evinced when tne tide set the
other way.
The members of the Veteran Club turned out
in large numbers at their headquarters, in Le
Droit building. A pleasant evening was had in
discussing the result of the election while wait
ing for the returns to come In.
Perry Carson, to show his interest in the Issues
of tbe occasion, headed a crowd of his followers
who proceeded up Four-and a-halt street singing
"Hayes and Wheeler will be Elected," and
brought In ' We'll hang Sam Tilden to a sour
applu tree."
The Democrats wound up tho night with a pro
cession, headed by a brass band, which paraded
the streets stopping to serenade two or three re
nowned leaders. All of the enthusiasm bottled
up for so long was let out In a torrent or yells. A
skirmish line of police followed the procession,
and every little while advanced and picked oil
hose of the rear guard whose limbs were para
lysed by the news or bad whiskey. The station,
houses filled up rapidly.
SMALLPOX.
Prompt Action ofthe Board or Health.
A hair-breed Portuguese sailor, named Joseph
Cluinn. afflicted with smallpox, was removed by
tbe health authorities yesterday from the coal
schooner Benjamin Gardside, ot Philadelphia,
lying near the arsenal wharf, and taken to the
smallpox hospital. The boat was obliged to put
back uptherlverto land him, having left George
town two days ago, bound lor Boston, and, being
refuted at Alexandria, brought hiia to this city.
Notice to Bettert.
Those who may be classed among the unfortu
nate cues will find in Katzenstein, the fashiona
ble clothier, No. 310 Seventh street northwest, a
considerate friend, as he will lessen the losses of
all who will be' required to furnish any article of
clothing or furnishing goods, ir they purchase the
same from him, to the extent or fifteen per cent.,
as he has determined to make a reduction of that
amount on all sales made on account of election
bets.
Worthy or Semembranes.
'Why will you suffer violent pain, or be made
uncomfortable, distressed in mind or body, when
.yon can be instantly relieved and quickly cured
by Benson's Capcine Porous Plasters; The ordl.
nary porous plaster le an article or merit, yet its
action is too slow, requiring days and weeks or
continuous wear to effect a cure. Benson's uap
cine Porous Plaster, being a great improvement
ever them, relieves you Instantly, and cures you
quicker than any known plaster,. Inlment or com.
pound. Their action is more powerrul tlian elec
tricity and more certain. They are purely ve?.
etabie, contain no mineral or metallic poisons.
Their composition and properties are lounded
upon true medical skill, and are In no sense a
patent medicine. They are indorsed by thou
sands ot physicians and druggists, or unimpeach
able reputation, as being an article or genuine
merit and worthy of public confidence. Try them
and be convinced. Price, 25 cent.
Indisputable.
The greatest remedy of modern times far the im
mediate alleviation of palnandpoeitiraqolckeure
ls,wIthout doubt, Benson's capcine porous plas
ters. The public appreciates krtieles of true
merit. Thousands of physicians and drngglits
speak In glowing terms of their great curative
properties, who know them to be superior to any
other known medicine, and who unhesitatingly
recommend them from honest motires. They
cure chronic and local diseases which other plas
ters simply relieve. Rheumatism, neuralgia, se
vere and continuous aches and pains, pleurisy,
lumbago, sciatica, and all diseases In which por.
ous plasters have been valued are by Benson's
cs peine porous plaster Instantlr rcll-v-.l .nit
quickly cured. Their reputation Is without a
parallel In the history of trne medicine; their
action Is more powerful than electricity, and jet
they are purely vegetable and contain no mineral
or metallic poisons. Try them and you will not
be deceived. Price ! cents.
WuhinEton Hour.
Messrs. Deer.er, Cjj1 & Welch, manulactursrs
or the celebrated James S. Welch' fatally sour
and Herr's Swiss patent process, and who re
ceived tbe highest premium for'floar attheCen.
tennlal Exhibition, have been requested by the
'Centennial Commissioners to allow their exhibit
of ficurto remain on exhibit for one year longer.
All goods that have received the highest pre
miums and medals of honor will be. transferred
to the Main Building. This is a source of infinite
pleasure and pride to the people of the District,
and Is a volume ol praise in behalf oi our ener
getic friends, Deener, Cissel A Welch.
CHitDnEzs's SrtTS. "1 Received this wjek.
Boys' Suits. We oiler very great
Youths' Suits. bargains. We favite
loung Men's Suits. -parents and guar Hans
Young Men's Prince AI-1 to examino our goods
bert Frock Coats, with I and prices.
rests to match. J
Noah Waikeb k. Co.
ess Pennsylvania avenue.
m
The Celebrated
Nichols wrongbt-iron furnace, gas-tight and heat
equal to steam, for sale by H. I. Gregory, C34
Pennsylvania avenne.
Bote' Tooas, Boys' Ulsters, Boys' Cape Over,
coats, Boys Overcoats for A Fresh goods, well
nade. Noah Walker k Co.,
cu Pennsylvania avenus.
THE NATIONAL
ESBIOTJS SHOOTIHa APFHAY.
Quarrel Crer a Woman Three EflbetiT
loots.
Another shooting affair, which will probably be
added to the lirt cf tragedies for the year, oc
curred last evening In a house of rather D-iJ re
pute. No. (17 Maryland avenue. The victim of
the affair Is a young nun named Joseph Behlinge,
and the sbcoting was done by Thomas Pltenlynn.
The trouble arose about a woman. It appears
that FHchlynn, Behlinge, aman named Ned Wlr
ley, and two women wero in th. house at the time.
Pltenlynn and Behlinge were both drunk. Both
were Interested In the same woman, who la. the
mistress of the house. Hot words came up, and
the drunken c'lnmte came to blows.
There was a desperate struggle on the stair
way leading to the second floor, in which both
Behlinge and Wlrley set upon Pltenlynn. Wir
ley was armed with a hatchet, but, fortunately,,
did no injury with It, Pltenlynn became close
pressed and drew a seven-shooter, which he
placed close to Beblinge's person and fired three
times. The three balls took effect in the abdo
men and lungs. Behlinge fell and Pltenlynn
fled.
tjie rxtanr.
He made his wey to a back window of the second
story, leaped out on the shed attached to the
hense and got away, running to Sixth street and
diagonally across the reservation between Four-and-a-halfand
Sixth streets towards Louisiana
avenue. The alarm was given immediately, and
several started in pursuit ofthe running man.
Officers Amirs and Jlowe, who were doing duty
at tbe Baltimore and Potomac depot, were noti
fied ol the fact by a colored boy, who ran In
search of a policeman. TkMwo officer started
from the depot over the reservation, and thus in
ttrcepted Pltchlynn. When within a fewyards
or him ho stopped and turned, and as he still had
the pistol In his hand it was thought that he
wculd make resistance Officer Amfss approached
him. and Pltchlynn gave himself up to him, sur
rendering his weapon. 'He stated to the officer
that he was on his way to police headquarters to
give himself up. Ned Wlrley, the other man In
tbe affray, was arrested by Officer Hobbs.
Two ofthe three balls fired by Pltchlynn took
effect In the abdomen of the "wounded man, anl
one in the breast under the heart.
TBE EOC8E
where the affray took place Is kept by James
Lomax and his wife. Tne two women present at
th time of the shooting were. Mrs. Lomax and a
bright mulatto woman named Bell. Lomax Is
a hard working man, and a clerk In a grocery
store. Mrs, Lomax and her female companion,
the mulatto, have had bad reputations, and Mrs.
Lomax was the woman that was at the bottom of
tbe shooting. -Tho house is a two-story frame
building, and the front door opens Into the par
lor, which Is unfurnished and unoccupied. A
door from the parlor leads directly back Into an
other room. The stairs on which tho light took
place occupies one side of this room.
After Behlinge was shot a bed was made up on
the floor of this room. Drs. Ford, Leach, and
Brookhelmerwere summoned and carefully at
tended the wounded man. He was considered In
a most critical condition, and tbe surgeons did
not deem It safe to attempt to remove the balls.
Behlinge remained conscious, but spoke very
little. Once he turned to the woman Lomax, and
regretfully remarked that be was about to die In
such a place and she was the cause of it.
BElIUKr.E
Is a New York man, about twenty-five years of
age, and engaged at his trade as stair-builder on
tbe new Ccreorsn building. A dispatch was
sent to his brother, at No. 2 Twenty-eighth
street, last night, to the effect that Behlinge
could not live, and that bis brother should come
on right away. Behlinge is a Catholic, and was
visited alter the shooting by Father Rlvcly, of
St. Dominic's.
Pltchlynn, when he was arrested, stated that
he had done the shooting in self-defense. Pltch
lynn is about the same age as Behlinge, and Is
fretty well known about town. His father Is an
ndlan, and a familiar character. He was locked
up at police headquarters. Wirley, the other
man engaged In .the affair, was -sent to poll;o
headquarters, but was afterward released.
All parties connected with the affair were re-luctant-to
disclose anything concerning it.
Lesions for Hard Times -Kiitakea Economy
Life Insurance.
We have spoken very plainly of the hard times
which are upon us, and orthe lessons they teach,
and orthe duties they enforce, or prudence, econ
omy, and, above All, or keeping up a cheerful
spirit, and of holding fast and unshaken to our
faith in God. These lusons cannot be too often
repeated. We need to nee the utmost prudence
and tbe most careful economy, cutting on all
needless expenses and "sailing close to the
wind" till the storm has blown over. To this
general rule there Is Indeed one exception. In the
few cases whcre.owlng to peculiar circumstances,
men have undiminished Incomes; then It Is rather
a duty toipent money more freely, la order to
famish work to those who are sorely In need of it,
and who areout of employment.
And In the matter of serin;, while reason dic
tates the utmost prudence, yet common sense
should teach a man fniriaf thing t he can save
best. He may deny himself luxuriet, but he
makes a great mistake If ho does not allow him
self enough of good, plaja food to llre.for Inplnch-
lliK J1UUXII UC UUCB Up IL:C ClUlUgB Ul IUC,DO IOSCS
all strength and capacity for labor, and might as
well commit suicide at once.
There it tuch a thing at a mltlalen economy.
Men retrench where tbey ought to spend, and
spend where they ought to save. Luxuries may
be cut off without mercy luxuries in dress and
in food. No matter how plainly we dress or how
plainly we live. So long as our dress Is neat and
clean, the utmost simplicity need not make us
ashamed in the presence of -our neighbors. On
tbe contrary. It will sustain our credit.
But we should think a man quite mistaken who
should stop sending his children to school be
cause of the hard times. Because he finds It
hard to get along will be have his children grow
up In ignorance, and lose their only chance of
being able by and bye to take care or themselves,
or to occupy a position any better than that of
common laborers?
t-o (If we shall not be suspected of an eye to onr
own Intel est, which Is certainly very far from our
thoughts) we should say for a man to stop bis
newspaper because lteosta three dollars ayear.or
six cents awoek, is a way of performing thatneat
operation sometimes known as "biting his own
nose oil." If there ever was a time when a man
needed something to "cheer him np," to divert
bis mind from himself, to keep from brooding over
real or Imaginary troubles, ills now. And what
does this so cflcotually as a newspaper, which,
coming weekly, tells him or a world outside of
himself, of wLose troubled whirlpool he Is not the
centre? He finds that he Is not the only man on
the earth, nor tbe only one who has trials and vex
ations. And In reading about others' troubles he
lightens his own.
There Is ono other matter about which we ven
ture to make a suggestion. Whon the times grow
harder and harder, and the pinch comeseloserand
eloser, one thing after anotherhastobe sacrificed.
Perhaps a man In better times has made provision
for his family against the contingency or his being
cut off" by getting his llio insured for one. two.
three or rive thousand dollars, so that If he should
die suddenly they might not be left utterly desti
tute. Vut when times grow very bard he finds it
difficult to pay tbe premium. By giving It up he
cannot only be relieved from this obligation, bnt
get a return from the company, what is called a
"turrender value," so that Instead of paying out
anything he maygct back a potUonof that which
he has already paid rn. The temptation Is very
strong to throw up his policy and let It go. But
what Is the truest wisdom?
We hesitate very much to give adetce to any.
body. As every heart knowetb Its own bitter
ness, so etcry man knows, or ought to know, his
own busluess affairs better than any raanean tell
him. He knows what he can do and what he ran
sot. He may disregard any suggestion, simply
because It is impcttille to folloir lu Forthat rea
son we do not advise anybody, but we may with
out Intrusion give the results of our own expe
rience. As our readers.well know, we believe in
Life Insurance. It has always seemed to us the
most ready way at once the cheapest and the
safest of "keeping an anchor to windward,"
guarding against those dangers to which we are
all exposetf, and which In an hour may make
shipwreck of life, and of all that hangs upon life.
For that reason we have for many years keptwell
Insured. When In the spring of last year we
started off on our long journey, we looked very
sharply to this, as we looked to fire Insurance en
our country home. We kept twenty-fire thou
sand dollars ot insurance on our life more than
hair in that great company, the Equitable, whose
massive building or solid granite seems to us a
fit symbol or Its financial strength, (Its assets are
over thirty millions ordbllars,) and five thousand
in the Mutual Benefit, of Newark, another com
pany with over thirty millions ; and an equal
amount In the Washington, one of our oldest
companies, which. If It has not grown to such
colossal site. Is about as snug and sound as any
corporation in the city. It Is as staunch a piece
of oak timber as Coats the waves, and may be
trusted to ride out any gale, though it were the
fiercest financial storm that ever blew.
W cannot tell what a rllr this was tons In
our long journey around the world. Although
generally in good health, there were times when
we lelt pretty "sober," if not quit "blue." When,
sweltering under the terrible heat or tropical cli
mates; when traveling la th jungle suggstd
the possibility or malaria and deadlv fevers;
many and many a time did the thought eome to
us. that our poor body might be left to rest be
neath a palm, tree on some distant shore, or b
committed to the deep la the Indian Ocean or In
the JaraorChlca Seas. At such times. In the
greatest depression. It was an unspeakable relltf
to remember that whatever became or us, there
was at leasta prorilonlorthosdependent on us.
This letting ot security alone was worth many
times all that It cost,
Orcourse we do not set up our example as one
tor others to follow who may b in circumstances
entirely dltlsrent. With some It may be an abso
lute impossibility to bold on to such a provision,
and necessity has no law. But where it Is possi
ble, we bell-re It Is at once the cheapest mode
of providing ror one's family, and the best posil.
bltecurlt;and in these hard times more than
ever, when disaster overtakes so many other
forms of Investment in which one had trusted, we
wouia uoiuoa loiaiaas asneet-anenor that will
not let go.' Ifthis word of caution shall lead any
to cling rest to what they were hair inclined to
sacrifice, or others to seek this form ol security
araiusl future disaster we believe that in ar
lo eome more then one family will hare cause to
thank us for .his timely warning.' Sen- York'
Ltauaelitt, Septeler'Jlt
JUettoa talei lo-day.
By Baaeaai a Bros..
At ISO o'clock, improved properly o t New Jer
sey avenue, belweeif D and streets northwest.
By Downman k Green: "'
At 4 o'clock, valuable Improved real estate on
south sid of Corcoran street, between Sixteenth
and Seventeenth and (land R streets north
west. By Tug k MIddleten:
At 4 o'clock, property on tbe corner of Seventh
and E streets northwes'.
Empire Heating Binge, ,
warranted to heat rooms above In the ooldeit
weather; elegant baker and everyway reliable.
For sale by H. L Gregory, 831 Pennsylvania ave
nue. )
Tne Best White or .Colored Shirts In the Dis
trict for men or boys va, .a and u. Go to
Noah "tfAtxra k Co.,
625 Pennsylvania avenue.
Avis and womant Blchford, Yt, who wefe
divorced from each other twenty -fear's ago,
were remarried one day last week. Since the
dissolution oi the original tie the bride has been
married our and the groom twice. They met
one noon, failed to recognise each other, were In
troduced by a mutual friend and were remarried
theaae evening.
REPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAY MORNING.
AH CSTOWnRlN TS.
National Theatre.
"Henry IV" was repeated at the National last
night, with the inimitable Ben De Bar as Fal
staff. The clay Is presented to the best advan.
tsgc by a strong company, and loversoflbodrama
and artif tie acting are well .repaid for a visit to
the theatre. Mr. De Bar Is supported by such
actors as Sir. Louis L. James, a glorious .Prince
Hal; Mr. C. LV Farwell. a fiery 'notepur; Mr.
Edwin Varrey, a kingly Henry, and Mrs. G. C
uerxnoD. a prriec, name iuicKiey. xnepiay
will be repeated to-nlgbt, and to-morrow and Frl
mi niKDisrne comcoy oi "ano jucrry wives oi
Windsor" will be performec-.
Ford's Opera House.
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" Is'drawing. good houses
at Ford's. Miss Clara Cole is winning approba
tion In her role as Topsey,aad the Jnbllee Sing
ers form art attractive-feature of the entertain
ment. The drama will be performed every night
durlnglhe week. There will bea matinee this
afternoon.
Theatre Comiqu.
"The Hidden Hand" will be played at the
Theatre Comlqne to-night. Llxile and .Harry
Braban.MetSTf, Crossby and Elder, Miss Blanche
Eelwln and Mr. Benjamin Gnllford, are among
tbe engagements ror this week. This Is Mr. Karl
LInd's last week. Miss Elolse Allen U retained.
Matinee this afternoon.
HALLET, SATIS CO. VICT0BI0TJS.
the Only Upright Piano Receiving Special
tfention, -
rHUADEirm., Oct 30. The flat ofthe Cen
tennial Judges In the special instanoe where they
meant to confer the supreme honors fbr superi
ority in piano mannracture Is now officially her
alded. The firm upon whom this distinguished emi
nence has been bestowed has been contented to
await the formal action of these authorities.
Messrs. Hallet, Davis k Co., or Boston, had too
thorough a knowledge or the worth or their In
struments to worry about the result. They
plaeed samples or their Grand, Square and Up
right Pianos In the Exposition last spring, and
then went home. No member or the firm re
mained behind, nor came on again, to lobby with
jurors or pester Commissioners. There stood the
Pianos, their own eloquent evidences or suprem
acy. Iher needed no hired professional players
to concertlie them Into dally attention. They
needed no paid supporters on the jury; no ban
quets to Commissioners, no Intrigue; no "Influ
ence." They were kings among their fellows,
and they shewed It.
As the makers of these peerless Instruments
were not in the least anxious to toil clandestinely
rcrthe honors they knew were sure to come, so
have they been in no hurry whatever to make
prematuro and absurd announcements or the re
sult. They could afford to abide the calm deci
sive conclusions of the Centennial authorities,
and to await undisturbed the official promulga
tion orthe same. Howwell It pays perfect merit
not to fret. Is best shown by the lollowing literal
transcript of the Judges' report, lust Issued. The
Medal uf Honor and Certificate of Distinction
are awarded the "Hallet, Davit 4- Co.'t Grand
Vpriehl and Square Picnot.for voluae of tone,
good conttructlon and excellence of workman.
Mp, end iecaute of originality of dettgn and ar.
fistic sUH In their Upright inttrumenlt, iclth
iagentout combination of meekanlca'.ietlcet for
tecuring permanence infant"
Let the reader note how precise and unmistak
able Is the language of the report, -It Is a dis
tinct and pronounced assertion that their pianos
embody all or the most valuable or qualities.
Vsgue and glittering general tics are eschewed,
and direct and conclusive phrases set rorth
plainly the superiority or these Instruments, re
affirming tbe judgment or masters like Ltsit,
Strau?, Joachim and others. What could b
more desirable than "volume and tone," "good
construction" and "excellence orworkmanshlp;"
The last phrase Is the acme or praise, for "ex
cellence" Is a natural superlative, than which
nothing can be stronger or more definite, and the
judges knew it. Particularly emphatlo'ls the
encomium bestowed upon the Upright pianos of
this Arm's make. So eminently superior were
these Uprights found to be "by the judges that
they were singled outror specific eulogy. No
other Uprights exhibited by the forty or more
manufacturers or tills country and Europe were
found worthy of Individual mention. Those of
the Hallet, Davis k Co.'s make had already
Jumped into phenomenal favor in erervAmoilcan
State and Territory, by dint of their laagniflcent
and hitherto unknown to Uprlgh's, splendor
of tone and durability in tune. This
was their first appearance In the arena
of an International e"osltIo.", and signal
has been their victory. Conjuendlng spa
dally no other Uprights, the 'udr.es award thesj
individual honor-tor those most worthy and desir
able ot qualities. ''originality ot design" and "ar
tistic skill.' with pointed praise ror their "Inge
nious combination or mechanical devices for
securing permanence In tune." The trouble for
keeping Uprights in tune has always been the
barrier to the progress and popularity of this
beautiful and convenient style of pianos the world
over. But, though essayed here and In Europe
for years, this essential rlrtne has been attained
by no.manufacturers of Uprights, except Hallet,
Davis k Co., and the Centennial judges have ad
miringly recognised tho fact. They slight the
Uprights made by the leading manufacturers of
the United States, Canada, England, France,
Germany. Italy, Russia, ke., only to fervently
Indorse those of tbe Hallet, Davis &. Co.'s pro
duction. It Is unquestionably true that tbe
patented Improvements In Uprights owned ex
clusively by this firm, joined to the experience of
the makers and the sedulous care bestowed upon
their manufacture, have given them a Just pre.
dominance which other piano producers can neither
equal nor Imitate. These Uprights are the sen
sation of the musical world. They are destined
to maintain a deserved and permanent sover
eignty as the noblest musical creations or the
age. Exchange.
-The Unprecedented Drought in New York
Sir. Campbell, the Commissioner or Public
Works, seems to rally appreciate th discomforts
that a large city deprived of water must endure,
and promises to do all that he can to prevent such
a calamity befalling New York. He says, of
course, that he cannot make it rain, and that It Is
almost as Impossible ror him to prevent people
from being wasteful, as usaal, with the Croton.
No efforts will be spared, however, to correct the
evil, and the order to tbepubllc will be rigidly en
forced. People found to be wasteful of the water
alter this first warning will be deprived ofthe
nse of the Croton entirely by cutting off the sup.
ply from their houses, factories cr stores. Tho
men employed by the Department of Public
Works will co-operate with tbe police.
The assistant engineer the other day, In pass
ing down Filth avenue, saw what every one has
olten seen a hose lying en tbe sidewalk with the
water flowing through jt to waste. He reminded
the owner of the place that he was doing wrong,
and the following day, happening to pass down
the avenue again, and seeing the water run to
waste as the day before, ho tool, out his knife
and cut the hose olfat the hydrant. The greatest
waste 1 said to take place at stables, where a
large number of coaches aro washed daily, and In
tenement-houses, where the water Is often al
lowed to run to waste all-day.
It Is the opinion ofthe head of the Department
of Public Works that ir the people are as carefal
as they ought to be afterthe repeated warnings
given by him there will be no water famine. A
rain-fall of nearly five Inches can always be
counted en for the month or November, and that
wculd All tbe lakes and reservoirs. October In
this locality Is generally a dry month, and no
rain-fall of any account can be counted on for the
next three weeks. But a mere shower, provided
the rain fell fast, would be a great help, as It
would add many millions of gallons to the bulk
of water In the lakes. On the other hand, a slow
rain, even If It lasted forty-eight hours, would
hardly m.ke any perceptible difference in the
volume ofthe streams.
Statistics show that tbe drought of this year
has had no precedent ror about fi It r years. Forty
eight or Ally years ago no ralno'f any account
fell In the neighborhood of New York from the
4th of July up till December, and the supply or
water for that winter was rery small. x-
At the Salem Academy observations hare been
made for the last twenty-two years and the record
preserved at the Smithsonian Institute. These
observations show that nothing liketh present
drought has been experienced in Southern New
York during.all that time. AT. Y. World,
m
How Asiatic Moslems Regard th War.
Ifthe Mohammedans of India seem to regard
the Servian war and the present precarious con
dition oi the Turkish Empire with considerable
Indifference, tbe same charge cannot be brought
against, their brethren of Arabia. We recently
published a few Items of news received by a late
mail from Jcddab, and among them an account
or a meeting held by the metowafs (or pilgrim
guides) at Mecca, at which an important step was
taken with the avowed intention of marking the
displeasure which the community felt at certain
acts done by the English consul at Jeddah. Now
we hear that the magnates of Mecca hare again
met together, but this time with the view to con
sider 'the present position ofthe war In Turkey,
and tbe resultas in the fonner.case, has ben of
an eminently practical nature. It was decided
unanimously that in the existing state of affairs
the whole ofthe Mohammedan world was bound
to come forward and assist, either ia purl or
person, the struggling empire. .
Already the people uf Jeddah and Mecca hare
responded to the call made on them, and at the
time of the departure ofthe last mall a. sum or
tSMQ had made Its way into the hands or the
treasurer at Mecca for remittance to Constant!-.
Duple. The formal declaration thus made and
acknowledged in Mecca, calling' on Mohamme
dans throughout the world to contribute to the'
cu port of th .Turkish Empire as a religious
duty. Is an event of no slight Importance. Had
tbe appeal Issued from the Snltan, it might hare
carried even more weight with It, but. Issuing as
it does from-Mecca. II goes abroad with the sane
lion and approbation of nil the recognized heads
orthe orthodox sects: and, moreover, it cannot
hare been hsued. without at least th passive
constat ofthe Sulten-Boatoay Gazette,
-aaaaaaaai
The Boston Latin School.
The Bcston Latin Schoo', which Is son to cele
brate Its centenary, is a peculiar Institution of
New England, and one In which the Common
wealth or Massachusetts takes a just pride: It
furnishes to-dty, i-irli). th most thorough
schooling In the rudiments of a classical 'educa
tion that can be ibtalued anywhere in this coun
try, answering more nearly to the. Idea of the
English public schools in Its curriculum not in
other respects '.tan ary ofltt rivals. It ha had
more Influence upon ths fortunes orMissacha.
setts "than any other listliitlon of learning ex
cept Harvard college. Among the Americans
famous In history who studied there were Cotton
Mather,: Benjamin Franklin, Stmutl Adams.
John Hancock, Peter FaneulL Charles Sumner, "
N. P. Willis, B. V. Emerson, Charles Francis
Adams, Jtmea Freeman Clarke, Edward Everett
Hale. Wendell Phillips, W.M. Evarts, John
Lothrop Motley and many others. It has fur
nlihedto Harvard college five presidents and to
Massachusetts six Governor and -fire chler
Justices. The proposed centenary Is to celebrate
the opening of the school on the 8th of November,
1778, after th era cnatlon of Boston by the British
forces. The whole history of the school stretches
over a period of 240 years.
Small BUiidbills 78c Per Thot sand.
The National Republican Job Office
prints Sznill Handbill! for seventy-flye cents
per thousand. Material all new.
A Lady Surgeon m the Array
There was at this time at tbe Cape a person
whese eccentricities attracted universal atten
tion Dr. James Barry, staff surgeon to the gar
rison and the Governor's medical adviser. Lord,
Charles described him to ma as the most skillful
of physicians and the most way war J ol men. He
bad lately been In professional attendance upon
th Governor, who was somewhat fanciful about
bis" health, bnt, taking umbrage at something
said or-dcre, he had left his patient to prescribe
for himself. I bad heard so mueh of this cb
prl'Ious, yet privileged gentleman, that I had
a great curiosity to see him I shortly alter sat
nexthlm it dinner at one ofthe reglmentalmesses.
In this .learned pundit I beheld a beardless
lad, apparently about my own age, with an un
mistakable Scotch type or countenance, reddish
balr, high cheek bones. There was a certain
effeminacy ia his manner, which he always
seemed striving to overcome. His style of con
vertation was so greatly superior to that one
usually heard at mess tables In those days of non
competitive examination. A mystery attached to
Barry's whole provisional career, which ex
tended over more than half a century. While at
tbe cape he fought a duel, and was considered to
be of a most quarrelsome disposition. He was
frequently guilty or flagrant breaches or disci
pllne, and on more than one occasion was sent
home under arrest, hut somehow or other his
offenses were always condoned at In headquarters.
In "Hart's Annual Army List" for -the year 1815,
the name or James Barry, M. D stands at the
head of the lilt or Inspectors General or Hospi
tals." In July or the same year the Timet one day an
nounced the death ot Dr. Barry: and the next
day It was 'officially reported to the Horse
Guards that the Doctor was a woman. It Is sin
gular that neither the landlady or her lodging
nor the black Servant who bad lived with her for
years had the slightest suspicion f ber sex. The
late Mrs. Ward, daughter or Colonel Tidy, from
whom I had these particulars, told me further
that she believed the Doator-to have been tbe
granddaughter of a Scotch Earl, whose name I
do not now -give, as I am unable to substantiate
the correctness of my friend's surmise, and that
she adopted the medical profession from attach
ment to an army 'surgeon, who has not been
many years dead. Lord Albeaarle't Recollec
tion!. A Useful Invention.
At the Centennial Colonel A. P. Dickey,
Racine, Wisconsin, received the first prize
arid medal for a fan mill. An exhibition of
the practical working of this machine Is
worthy of mention. The "Youn;; Giant" la a
specimen made for tbe Centennial Exhibi
tion, oi California Red wood, with silver
plated gearings, occupying a space of only m
feet in length and 1i feet In width, and is
valued at $0. It carried through some fine
Kansas wheat, from 75 to SO bushels per
tour, separating it Into three grades. The
Kansas foltz of first grade looked like the
prize Australian, with no appearance of the
wcavel. Farmers lose from ten to fifteen
cents per bushel by not grading their own
wheat, giving this great profit to the middle
men, when by tbe nse of one of these fan?,
ccsting $23 and $00 apiece, freight Iree from
Maine to Georgia, they will save the cost of
the machine the first year. Its merits over
others cf Ibis class are Its compactness as
above given, Its neatness and beauty of finish,
Its rolieless motion and great simplicity.
"I want you to play tomeihln: brilliant and
dashing," told younz Mr. Romeo to the organ
ist arranging for the music at bis wedding ;
"none of those old, die-away, worn-out things
usually played." "How would Beethoven's
'Symphony In E minor,' arranged as a fanta
fie In four flats and one stop to the Mzh C,
tuft you!" Inquired the musician. "Well,"
said tbe bridegroom elect, evidently puzzled,
"If it's got the ring aud.go of the 'Skidmore
Guards' or 'Tommy, make room for your
auntie' In It, I think it'll do.
A Frenchman who wanted "to kill his wife,
bnt leave no trace of the murder, recently re
sorted to the ingenious expedient of causing
her death by indigestion. Partridge was tbe
name of her paramour, so the infuriated hus
band decided that by the bird of that namo
she should ihuffle off this mortal rope. At the
point of the pistol she devoured sixpartrldgcs.
She died singing "Come, birdie, and live with
me."
A'photogrspher at LeRoy, W. Y., a few days
ago photographed In one group Mrs. Stanley,
aged (n!nety-two; her daughter, Mrs. Brown,
aged seventy-four; her granddaughter, Mrs.
Bostwlck, aged forty-four; her great grand
daughter; Mrs. Duncan B. McNaughton, aged
twenty-three, and her great great-grandson,
Roy McNaughton, aged two years.
A physician, meeting a merry young lady,
inquired if he could do anything for her.
Having just returned from Philadelphia, she
replied: "Oh, yes, I have a hemorrhage ofthe
pocket-book.'' "Well," said he, with an
"irresistible" in the corner of his eye, "I think
nitrate of silver will best agree with you."
Gov. Bagley, of Michigan, has offered to
subscribe (500 toward the purchase of the
Michigan State buildincr at the Centennial
grounds, and for Its removal to the grounds of
Michigan university at Ann .amor, wnere it is
proposed to use it as an art gallery.
Havre, Nov. 6. The merchants here
dealing In salt provisions have petitioned the
Senate to abolish the duty of four per cent,
which was added In 1S71 to the duty of
foreign saltings. Their petition especially
refers to salting from America.
S. GOLDSTEIN & CO,
LOAN AND COMMISSION BROKERS,
ESTABLISHED IN 1882,
XOItl IIEAST COItXEIt OF TENTH
ASDD Stl.El.TS.
PRIVAiE ENTRANCE ON TENTH STREET.
LIBERAL, ADVANCES MADE OS PERSONAL
ritOr-EBTY TO AS Y AMOUKT ASD FOB
ANY TIME DKblRED OS VERY
REASONABLE TERMS.
Also, Goods Cold on Commission.
A I-arge Stock of floods on Hand,
(New and second-hand,)
BOLD VERY LOW FOR CAJU.
novt-tf
T EFT-OFJF CLOTQIXU.
BOOTS. SHOES, HATS, WATCHES. PISTOLS,
JBWELBY. 4c,
can be sold for tbe hlrbest cash price. Gents cloth
lnp especially desired, rorwblch theextremavalnc
will be paid, bj Calling ou or addressing 11EUZOO.
WJ D street northweit. Orders promptly attended
to. noT.tf
N
E W GOODS!
Alarze line of Gilt-Bend Window Shades at
Srcatly redored prices. Plain Shade Uoods. Hair
lattrv&ses. Feathers. Hearth Rup. Door Mats,
BIan.ets;JJed Comforts, Fancy Foldlng-Chalrs,
c, at
I F. CLAKK A BOAS'
SEW STORE,
No. 1113 F afreet.
not.tr
DRY GOODS.
pH.OSINO.OCT CABPT SAXE.
nest Tapestry Xnjmlns. Si.
ueti urnsscis. ?i.; mm ;
mn allQiranee on &bove
of JO cents pr yard off for cub
Wool Carpets. 63 to 75c.
Carpcti from W4 to 60c.
Dry Goods at reduced prices.
Kcmnants of best Frtuts, 6c
Uood Canton Flannel 7,'. up.
ootsF laiinels, 18c. up; rery cheap.
Casslmere for men and boys at reduced prices.
.Dress Goods cheap.
" Tasbmeres. all-wool. 50c. np,
Jistock must be reduced.
-T, N. NAUDAIN,
oc2S 7 Market apace.
705
- HABIIET SPACE.
705
XMDPOBTAlSrTI
Ladles and Gentlrmcnsparel.l&tn hemstitched,
colored bordered llindLercukfi. at p, worth fJ.
New Fall and Winter Goods
st price? that defy competition. We name In part:
BLACK SILKS.fromsrctoH.SO per yard; aflrH
rxteSilkror i.7i, worth nowriis.
. CASHMERES.
Black and colored, all the new and desirable shades.
at ate,, woriu -.,
ALPACAS.
Black and colored, all shades ; specUl bargains n
colon a'.trc., wonh S3.
lUOTJEE-FUENlSUINO GOODS. I
BX.&SSE1S t BULHKETS ! '
Tlneall-woolBlanket.li.Ea.'wo'thls. TableLl.en,
blnched, full width, 60c. Bleached SheeUnr,
lo-l wide, aw.", Ac. One case Honeycomb Quilts,
- JSc., worth l. 100 pieces new Prints, Xc 1
case Cretons, dark thades, UWe.
Gen"e Drees Slilru. complete, made ofWamsutta
cwn and. Jtlchardnu's linen, for ft. War
ranted. t
WISWAUL & GWYNN.
SOMETHING NEW, -CHEAP
AND BEAUTJi'UL.
THE TJBEATE8T SOTEI.TT
ever tatrodncel'lnto America. Especially
for Ladles.
THOUSANDS ABE BEING BOLD.
Beat, port free, ft r CO cents, tr
XB.IZXFII.
MS w.4347 Bros. wjr, New Tortc.
NOVEMBER 8. 1876.
errs: jcxems.
Sl.t ad SLutBU If ..STTU, new and ele-
Ssnt deslgns,"Bvr nrty different styles, at Ham;
ton k Pearson's, Ninth and D streets.
IVatbobb Stbtxs, Bangetvand Grate-, all
styles, at Hamilton k Pearson's. Ninth and D
streets. "
Is Yotm Ut Worth to CesisT Sickness
prevails everywhere, and everybody complains of
eome dlcease during; their lire, when tick, the
object Is to iret well; now to say plainly that no
person In this world that U -surrerinir with Dys
pepsia, Liver Complaint and Its effects, such as
Indigestion, Ccstiveness, Sick. Headache, Sour
Stomach, Heart Hurn, Palpitation of the Heart,
Depressed Spirits, Biliousness, Ac can take
Qbxxs's August Floweb without getting roller
and cure. IT yon doubt this, go to your druggist
and get a sample bottle ror 10 cents and try it.
Segular site 7i cents. Two dotes will relieve
you. Cuxs. Stott k Co.,
Wholesale Agents.
Usa THTMToa's Itobt Pun, Toots Povr.
sib. A perfect dentifrice. Its Action on th
teeth Is specific, removes tartar and discoloration,
arrests decay, and keeps them sound, clean and
white. It hardens the gums, sweetens the breath,
and, containing no acld.canoot Injure the enamel.
Its constant use Is recommended to all. but spe
cially to those who, having good teeth, wish to
preserve thaa. Twenty-nve and tfty eanti per
TaonTsow's Pexasi Orrra, for drafting th
hair. This fine pomade merits special mention.
Purely vegetable, lu effect is to soften and refine
coarse dry hair. Imparting to It gloss and beauty.
Unlike many preparations for the hair, it cannot
injure, but is highly' beneficial, equally to to th
rich, golden-hued tresses of youth, the darker
shades of middle life, orthe tUver-ttreaked locks
of age. Twentjflvo and ttftyeenU per bottle.
Fxacnoa Ecoxosct. Renovate toot soiled
gloves thoroughly and quickly with Jovens" In
odorous Sid QIot Cleaner. Twentv.fl.ve east
par bottle.
VEGETINE.
t
VEGETINE,
Purifies tbe Blood, Renovates and Invlg-
'orates the Whole System.
Its SIcdf ctnal Properties are
ALTEBaTIYE, TOXIC, SOLTEST ASD
DIURETIC.
Vicimri! Is made exdusirely from the Juices or
carerully-sel-Lted barks, roots and herbs, and so
strongly concentrated that it will effectually eradi
cate rrom the system every taintof Scrofula, scrofu
lous Humor, Tumors, Cancer, Cancerous Humor,
Erysipelas, Bait itheum, syphilitic Diseases, Can
ker, Falntncss at the Stomach, and all diseases that
arise from impure blood. Sciatica, Inflammatory
and Chronic Khcumatism. Kcuralgla. Gout and
Spinal Complaint, cau only be esectually cured
thronjch the blood.
For Ulcers and Eruptive Diseases of the Skin,
Pustules, Blotches, Boils. '.Tetter, Scald Head
and Ringworm VrGETISK has never failed to
effect a permanent cure.
Tor Pains In the Back, Kidney Complaints;
Dropsy, Female Weakness, Leuchorrhon, arising
from internal ulceration, and uterine diseases and
Ueneral Debility, VXCXTtac acts directly upon the
causes of these complaints. It invigorates and
strengthens the whole rytcm, acts upon the secre
tive organs, allays Inflammation, cures ulceration
and regulates the Dowels.
For Catarrh. Dyspepsia, Habitual Costtveness,
r-Upltatlou ofthe Hears, Headache, flics, Nervous
nefs and General Prostration of tbe Nervous Sys
nm, uomedleinehasever given such perfect satis
faction as the Vegstisk. It purines the blood,
cleanses all of the organs, and possesses acontroUlng
power over tbe nervous srsteux.
The remarkable cures effected by Tioirrsi hare
Induced many physicians and apothecaries whom
we know to prescribe and use it la their own fami
lies. In fact, Vicitini Is the best remedy yet discov
ered for the above diseases, and Is the only reliable
stlood PuriHer yet plsced before the public
UNQUALIFIED jiPPREClATION.
Boston, November?!, 1873.
B. S. Stevent, Etj.:
DcabSib: During the past five years I have had
ample opportunity to Judge of the merit of Vr.ps
TtSK. My wife has used It for complaints attend
ing a lady of delicate health, with more beneficial
results than anything else which she ever tried. I
have given it to jny children under almost every
circumstance attending a Urge family, and always
with marked benefit. I have taken It myself with
such great benefit thatl cannot find words to ex
press my unqualified appreciation orits goodness.
While performing my duties as a Police Officer In
this dry, it has been my lot to fall in with a great
deal of sickness. 1 unhesitatingly recommend
Vzoitixe, and 1 never knew ora case where It did
not prove all that was claimed for It. Particularly
In cases of a debilitated or Impoverished state ofthe
blood Its effects are really wonderful; and for all
complaints arising from an lnpura state of the
blood it appears to work tike a cbarm, and I do not
believe there are any circumstances under which
Vxgxttnx can be used with Injurious resalts,and
It will always afford me pleasure to give any further
Information as to what I know about Vxoxtisk.
WH. B. HILL, rollce Station.
Cannot bo Excelled.
CnAELXSlOWK, March 19, 1869.
B. B. St event:
Dxab Sib: This Is to certify that I have used your
"Blood Preparation" In my family for several
years, and think that, for bcrofulaor Cankerous
Ilnmors. or Khenmmtle affections, it cannot be ex-
knelled; and as a blood purifier and spring medicine
is is me DCs. luujg i uavts ecr iucu,au a iuto
used almost everything. 1 can cheerfully recom
mend it to any one In need of such a medicine.
Yours respectfully.
Mrs. A. A, DlNSiiOEE, 19 Outsell street.
A Bonrcc of Groat AnxIetT,
llydsnghter has received great benefit from the
use ef Vioitiki. Her declining health was a
source of great anxiety to all her friends. A few
bottles of the VroiTINX restored her health,
strength and appetite. N. II. TlLI)r N,
Insurance and Heal Estate Agent. No. -J Scars
Building, Boston, Mass., June 5, 1S7Z.
Vegetine is Sold by all DmggistSs
anU-BWif
TtTEBCHANTS' IJNE OF STEAMSHIPS
JXL BEnvnx
WASHTNGTON AND NEW TOEIC
Hereafter the fine steamship Z. C. KNIGHT will
make regular WEEKLY TB1P3 BETWEEN NEW
YOKE, ALEXANDRIA. WASHINGTON and
GEOBGETOWN, as follows: Leave New York,
from pier 41. East river, every Saturday at 4 p. m.:
leave Georgetown every Tuesday morning and
Alexandria the same day atnoon. n
For rurther Information anolr to R. P. A. DEN-
HAM, business office and wharf 61 Water street.
Georgetown.
jyw-ii
3. W. THOMPSON. President.
American Line
MAIL STEAMSHIPS.
Only line Oar-ring the American Hag,
Baniug every THUESD AY from PHILADELPHIA
ror tneenitovni and Liverpool.
Cabin, Intermediate and 8teenge
' ACCOMMODATIONS UNSUBPAS3XD,
Bates as low as by any other first-class line.
jrjaaj-j. naiuni dv-d.
General Agents. Philadelphia,
H. 1. COOKE CO.,
Its T street. Washington. D. C
aaie-ly
USIBIGnS I.IQTJIB
XXTBACT.OF
BEEF
AHDTOHIO UCTiaOBATOX,
Beeommended by the best physicians In England
and America for Consumption, Debility, Loss of
Appetite, Fever, Ague, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Fe
male and Children Maladies.
OPINION OF DR. B. 8. BTXUABT, President
Maryland Insane Hospital, Baltimore, Md.:
I can recommend Lelblg's Liquid Ex
tract of Beef as the most efficient preparation I have
ever met with. It comblaes the virtues of food and
tonic in a remarkable way."
OPINION OF DR. WH. H. STOKES, Physician to
Mount Hope Betreat, near Baltimore.
"Ihavegreatplisureinaddlnrmytestla
mony to the virtues of Lelblg's Liquid Extract of
Beerand Tonic Invl-oratoras the very best prepara
tion used, and therefore confidently recommend It
to the medicinal orofesrton."
AND MANY OTHEB TESTIMONIALS.
PUT Ur IN PIST BOTTLE3-4J1 XACH-TAB3
NO OTHEK.
SOLD BT
DBUeBIBTo AND DEALERS.
Wholesale Agents,
CHjalXXX 1IHKABB,
d sJS-TuThSlT 477 Pennsylvania arenas.
anTlttO. OTTUTnVO -,,) - A f-l
XJ oneetoDr.8CHULTZ,903.eornerNlnthstreet
ana if ennsyivaniaavenue,iryou vaiue ine Diessings
of health, prolong life, and wish to aTold the se
rious consequences arising fromneglect or Improper
treatment by unskilled operators. Thousands of
testimonials of cases, as from Bev. Dr. Mlnnlgoode,
Bishop MeGUl and numerous ladles, and which are
attended as usual. Dead for circular. oru
MILWAUKEE
.TP jb. so-- TIaa-h
srw-w. .wwf.
In Casks and Bottles,
FOR SALE BT
SAMUEL 0. PALMES,
no. 87 Greeae Street,
BEOHBETOWN. P. a
i-pa.tr
-err T. TTJHNEK It CO-WHOIiESAT-E
TT PBOV18ION MERCHANTS. Beef, Pork.
Bacon, Lard, Mutter, Cheese, Canned Goods, Ac,
of first ouallrranlr. Beef and Pork nut un In
proper packs ges for home and-foreign markets.
Particular attention given to War and Nary De
partment requirements la our line, NclSBPenu-
sjivajLL. av-ane . : ia.iT
BEND So. TO O. P. KOWELL k 00, NEW
ks xotk. ior -rampnies ox w paxes, com
uste. s,uw newspapers, ana
eutadvM-cudM. -
MEKRT R SEAHLB,
ABOHITKOTJ
n X atxeet, eppoaita PoH enea
par.ss.ns.
TJIBECTOKT.
HOTELS AND FIRST-CLASS BOAED-NO-HOUSES.
The special attention of CENTENNIAL VISIT.
OBS, SENATORS andBEPBSENTATrVES,and
others who hare not yet secured quarters, is called
to adrertlsements tn this column. Persons having
such accommodations are requested to send In their,
adrertlsements st once.
7"q FOURTEENTH STREET NORTH-
-- west-Flr.t-clsss BUAKDINO, transient
or otherwise. or-w
MESSRS. DCITGDOF & BBOTITEB,
Livery. Sale and Boarding Stables, Nos. 4U
and 420 Eighth street. Prices reasonable, and care
fal drivers furnished If required. octa-em
HOME-MADE
DINING AND LUNCH BOOM, -809
F street. Masonic Temple.
ocll-lra D. B. VENTRES. Proprietor.
THE PEOPLE'S INTELLIQENOB OF
fice, 921 r street, between Ninth and Tenth
streets. Mrst-class servants supplied to families
and hotels without charge.
oclMnj W.Tt. STEVENSON CO.
VTZW YORK AVENUE HOTEL, CORNER
-a-! of New York avenne and Fourteenth street
northwest. Flrst-clus accommodation-. Table
board a specialty. ALBERT GLEASON.
ccCm Proprietor.
ATTCi PENNSYaaVANlATAVENUE, NEAB
t "J Sixth-street Depot. First-class board,
with room, from IS to t;o per week; transient, P-M
per day. ; fe!4-tf
TBEMONT HOUSE, COIC OF SECOND
BTREET AND INDIANA AVENUE.
Bates: Per day, .50; per week, S10; per month.
35. Table board per month, IZS. This favorite hotel
has recently been improved, newly furnished and
heated with steam. Metropolitan ears pass the
house to and from the CapltoVf No liquors sold.
deffl-tf T. P. HILL. Proprietor.
QVL FOURTEENTH STREET, OPPOSITE
C-rtfc Franklin Square For Bent Handsomely
Furnished BOOMS, with Board. oc---m
"TOI THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH-lAUWKST.-ruR
KENT Newty-furnlshed
BED-BOOMS and PARLORS. Jani-tf
F)B BENT-TWO LABOE, E-aEOANT-aT
furnlabed, communicating BOOMS, fronting on
Seventeenth street and Pennsylvania avenue
quire corner ox oev-nie-nui street ana jti
'ennsylvs
Jani-tf
TVaja
nia avenue. Army and Navy Market.
tr-lf THIRTEENTH STREET NOKTH-JJ-JL
WEST, between E and P. Members of
Congress and others deslrli.. handsomely.fttmlshed
Booms, with or without boa.'d. can be suited by ap
plylng as above. References exchanged, nos-tf
fr- 1 SEVENTH STREET, OPPOSITE THE
O-UL-POST OFF1CE.-FOB BENT-Two eom
svanlcattng office rooms, at 1-3 per mouth; also, sev
eral handsomely-famished apartments in an elegant
house, with or without board. Apply at Boom No.
1. El Seventh street. decZ-tf
WILLARD'S HOTEL.
WASHINGTON, D. O.
REMODELED. REFURNISHED.
FIFTY PRIVATE BATH-ROOMS
AND ELEVATOR ADDED.
oetTJ-tf J". F. CAKE. Proprietor.
C. a WITT, ART),
ErKVO-tt-t House,
WASHTNGTON. D. .0 sua
rjmEIu:iSES--ANEiTJCOESSORS TO
-A, Miss James and Miss Bursley, will open a
School for Girls at No. lTffl I street, oa WEDNES
DAY, September 27. circulars may be obtained at
Ballantyne's, a Seventh street, or at the school
after September is.
Beterences Professor Joseph Henry, Hon.OcorECf
Bancroft and President J. C. Welling. oc30-lm
-T7-INDEROARTEN NORMAL CLASS FOB.
J-V TEACHEKS. Ladles who wish to study Froe
bel's system of teaching are r-que-ted to apply im
mediately to Miss and Mrs. POLLOCK, at their
Kindergartens. 708 Eleventh street and 11-7 Thir
teenth street, between Massachusetts avenue and
M street.
The first Kinds rgart-n lecture will take place at S
o'clock p. m.. at 113 Thirteenth street. oc-T.-w
MUSICAL CONSERVATORY,
AT THE ELEGANT
MUSIC HALL. 411 NINTH STBEET,
110 pays for sixty lessons lo the First Grade,
ir-Send for circular.
ocs-FMW2nv- O. B. BULLABD. Director.
fyfBg. BUBK WILLBEOPEN UEK
TBENOH AND ENGLISH DAY SCHOOL
MONDAY, SE1TEMBER 13.
Classes In Trench will be formed for young ladies.
au-3-WFM3m 1308 H street northwest.
TTtKEISCH SPOKEN
A! Altera few months' study.
PKOF. J. B. CANTEL,
se-3ra 2-1 D street northwest.
TT-INDEBUABTEN AND SCHOOL FOB
l girls and boysMlsse-POLLOCK and NOEBR,
teachers. removed from 708 Eleventh street to 11-7
Thirteenth street northwest, between Massachusetts
avenne and M street. Reopened September 13.
The Kindergarten normal class will begin October
la. For particulars, apply at ir-7 Thirteenth
street, or to 708 Eleventh street northwest,
sepia
ENGLISH AND FRENCH SCHOOL FOB
Young Ladles, 121 Maryland avenue northeast.
Miss 8. L. Jones Principal. Duties resumed MON
DAY, September 18. Eight boarding pupils re
ceived. scU-am
nriYS' MATH. AND CLASSICAL AOAD-
CV EMY. Sunderland's Church, Four-and-a-half
street nortnwest, netween v srreet ana inaisna
aveaue. opens lu seventh year MONDAY, Septem
ber 4. Circulars at the Prlndpal's residence, IMS
Four-and-a-half street sonlhwest. sepS-era
PBOF. ETTORE BARILTS SINGING:
ACADEMY
At Msrlnl's Hall. Prof. BarlU has resumed his les
sons at the above place ror the coming season. Days
or tuition.
TfEDNESDAY,.THCItSDAY and SATURDAY.
For arrangements and terms please call at the
Academy, from 10 to 12 a. m. and from 4 to 5p. m.,
on tne above days. sett-Iw
"ft STBS. ST. T.. B. CABY
.OrA will resume her classes In Wax Work, Water-
Color Painting ana .cmoroiaerya.B- xouneenui
trect, between H and 1. se2-m
E
LOCUTION TAUGHT BY PROFESSOB
tCHABlT. 308 A street nortneast. anu-u
-TTASHINOTON BUSINESS COLLEGE,
I V Cor. Seventh and L streets northwest.
Sessions, day and evening,
BUSUMED MONDAY, August-3.
Advantages ofa practical English Training School
are combined with a thoroughly organised and com-
Sletely equipped Business College. Sons and
nriitM, h.v, itm. .ilT.titim.
Tuition: Per quarter, pox per year, (payable in
monthly Installments of.tto each,) JO); per year, (IT
paia in luu on entering, j tj
For circular or Information call at College, 0
address H. C. SPENl'alB,
aur3-tf President.
A LNWIGK FEMALE SEMINARY.
Tbe duties or this Institution will be resumed (D.
V.) on FRIDAY. September u. For Circulars ad
dress M. A. TYSON SISTERS, Contee's post
office, Md., B. andO. B. B. auS-ira
MTJSICA2, ACADEMY.
ISM I street northwest. Dr. 3, P. Caalfield, Prin
cipal. .--.
HOTELS & RESTAURANTS.
MARYLAND AND CITY HOTELS,
ANNAPOLIS, MD.
Delightful summer resort. Terms r to Ul per,
weea ppccxai rates maaeioriamiiica aj wcuuhh.
Address ,WM. H. GORMAN CO., Prop.
477 Pennsylvania ave., Washington, D. C.
Je2My
HARVEY'S
Old-Established ladies' and Gntlenen'
. OIBTKB BiXOOX ASD BESTAFB15T,
1016 PennajrlYanlsi avenne ssact XIT
emu air-cci.
qp
YTASH1NBTON. P. C.
rrest orster House In the united states. AH
brands or tbe finest oysters that the briny deep can
produce are served with every imaginable dish that
can be called for.
The Ladles' Saloon Is one or the handsomest la all
Its appointments, and Is conducted especially for
thtn.S?
Open from ( a. as. until midnight.
MrOysters, Terrapin and Game a specialty,
HABVEY & HOLDER, Projrrietai
"Harvey," the Inventor of Steamed Oysters
dec-S-tf
MT.-VEBNON HOTEL, BALTIMORE,
EUBOPEAN PLAN,
H.Ii. SYKZS, Proprietor,
Formerly of Wlllsrd's and Imperial Hotels, Wash.
lngton, and West End Hotel, Long Branch,'N. J.
Q.OTO
rUSSEI IT' s
FOB .- .
lCTTNew York avenue, near .Fifteenth strt
les-tf
BELMONT HOTEL,
631, 633 623 "Tfasr.InK.or. St., BoitOB,
OPPOSITE GLOBE THEATXE.
Located la the centre or the city, and easily reached
bystreet-cars and stages. Elevator, steam and all
modern Improvements. Booms, (European, plan, I
ft per day upward. A first-class restaurant and
Private Dlnlng-Booms, If preferred, at moderate
rates. The most conventenr.loeatlon. a quiet and
comfortable Home, and irst-etau accommodations
at prices adapted to tbe stringency of tbe times
are the special advantages alordedat the "2X1
Jaif-iy HABDY A COA Proprietors.
ROSSMORE HOTEL,
Juctlo.. or Brossdrrar, SeTeatlt AT6
bbo and Forty-aecond street,
HEW YORK CITY.
Three blocks west or Brand Central Depot, nearth
Elevated railroad, and .but twenty minutes from
Wall street a new andelrgantly-furnlshedhotel; all
modern Improvement. Bales, H per day. Liberal
terms to families.
CHAS. X. LELAND. proprietor.
Of Delavan House, Albany. N. x., and Clareadea
Hotel. Saratoga. Jebae-STuThlT
- TO SMOKERS. .
What yen want these times Is a goo Itv Cent
Cigar. LITTLE BOSS Is a new brand of cigars
that we hare had put up expressly ror our retail
trade. Ills guaranteed tons to be manufactured
from selected foreign and domestic leaf. It has no
artincM navoi, and wears satisfied that the filler
contains a preponderance of Cuban tobacco. -In
Introducing this brand our object lr to furnish a
cigar at i cents fire for -S cents of delicate flavor,
good enough to pun at home. Believing that no
member of tbe family circle would object to the
odor of pure Havana, we commend tMj elgar tn a
special manner to gentlemen whoortsh, to enjoy
their evening smoke at home, without oCense to
others. On trial we think yon will agree with us.
Bold only at the LYNCHBURG TOBACCO 8TOBE,
No. Ills seventh street northwest, between L and
M. Lynchburg Booking tobacco to dabs at factory
prices ttl-tl.
Mk
'iheU.
AMUSEMENTS, &C.
Q.BAXD EaTEBTlINniSsTr'
Vocal ana Diama'lc, at
Curtis School Bnlldln;, s-eorsetomt,
In aid of Trinity Part.!. -School.
Recitations by the celebrated Elocutionists,
Miss. ANNIE W. STORY an I Mr. E. B. HAY.
Vocal programme bythamoit prominent singers
IntheDl.trlct.
TUESDAY EVENING,
November 14, 137B, at 8 o'clock.
" Admission, JO cents. noS-t
23P
ATIONAL TIIEA1RC
A GBEAT Pit ATT.SFEAV. B tN REVIVAL.
am v mi u kb e rive i !?nu Only.
In order to produce the most famous of Shaks
peare's comedr creations, the veteran comedian,
-ware, beiv xoj3aor,
Wilt appear as
SIB JOHN FALSTAFr,
In the grrat historical play of
IIENBY XV.
Mr. LOUIS L. JAMEX PRIVCE" II AL.
Thursday nlgbt Merry Wires or Windsor.
Saturday tnatlneeand nlght-CainiUe.
jot, ia km, j-. ituwj.. in Brass."
nof
T
BET IIABTE
-L Will deliver his humorous and entertalnlns
Lecture,
"The Argonaut or Forfy.Xlnc "
MONDAY EVfNIMi. November!!.
At the Congregational c"-urch. rorner Tenth and ti
streets.
, Admission onlyTScents. No reserved seats.
4?-Bc sure and hear tbe authnr of "The Heathen
Chinee. sr
Tickets can be had at thpfoMuwIngplases: Whit
aker A Son's bookstore. Ml Pennsylvania avenne-.
Wm. Ballantyne's, Ci Seventh streetij. T. Cole 4.
Co.- bt. Cloud" drugstore, eomerNlntn and I
streets: CoIMnan's mu.lc store, stz street: EIUs
music store, 937 PennsvJvanla avenue: Solomoas
Chapman's, oil 1 entsylvanls avenue; Brad.
Au.m -, .ia jr aireei- j. x. g-ee's, 1337 F street- j-i
ii?lPhS!!-1.nJw,Br?iIe'.' 1TO? " underthe Ebi -T I
Dltt UOUSe: SUlIIlllirtOn'tt bnnktfnK an...--1-...i.
and-a-half imu and Pennsylvania avenue: or at
the Congregational church bifore the lecture.
Pooropenat7oclo-k. Lecture at a. uo7-6t
jjiobd's opeka-iiocie-nov. 6.
still triumphant:
Owing to the great popularity of
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN,
Itwlll be continued another week, with the roans
local favorite,
Mf3 CLARA COLE. AS TOPSY.
JUBILEE SINGEES-COLOBED SLAVES.
MATINEES Wednesday and Saturday.
no6-Ct '
THEATHE COHIQUE. HONDA Y.
o.nT.e?lKr.c- nightly and WEDNESDAk and
SATUBDAY Matinees Notlce-F.leetton returns
will lie given from the stage Tuesdaynlgnt.Novem
ber 7, up to II m. Engagement of the dashing
actress. Miss Kstie Hasting-, who will appear as
Capltola In th sensational and romantic drama.
entitled "Tbe Hidden Hand " Engagementforona
or
the great Stockholm wonder. KarfLInd; a'soof the
charming baladIstandoperallcroeallst..ilIsa Elolse
Allen. Tleteu can be s-rured at M. Uoiusteln'a
nnr aior-.. pn .-enngyirania a-,nue. no-6t
PBOP. LEWIS 1VEBEB & SOX'S
. BRASS AND OTBING BAND
furnishes Mnsie for Private rattles, dermics and
Parades. Orders left at residence, 73 seventh,
street east. b. tween U and J streets. Navy Yard, or
at Metzerotfs or Ellis' muale store, will receive
prompt attention. Telegraph Office within one
aouare of our residence. oc30-3n
BILEIABDr), -lO CENTS FEB HOEB,
lcss than 15 cents a game. Twenty Tables.
. . OEAKY'S COLISEUM.
oca-lm Sixth and streets northwest.
T-KPEBIAL HOTEL BILLIABBBOOK
A, Just opened with eight new tables; Phelan A Col
ender cushions. J. 8. PIXBCX,
aoi'--' Pronrtator.
ATHLETIO PA'SIIMK-A. MTJCH
needed want supplied. First-class BowUnsr
Alley to be onened. The Dubant Building bas now
become doubly attractive to gentlemen. George A.
Shekell A Co will open In the basement a fine
Bowling Saloon NEXT SATDBDAY. October a.
fitted out with all tbe modern improvements, to
which tbey invite the attention of their friends amr
the public generally. Tbe Bar win be stocked with
superior wines and liquors. Match games and con
tests will be arranged for In dne season. Theman
agemrntart determined to male It the ton ton re
sort of the cltr. and leave nothing: undone that will
enhance Its attractions or please Its patrons.
ocl9-d3tIhbTulm
fSSf-MOKUAN'! OBt'-UESTBA.
K-t? . Mnsle furnished roralt occasions.
WILLIAM B. MUBO AN, Leader,
oell-ara KM Pennsylvania avenne northwest.
BARLOW'S ART GALLERY,
1225 Pennsylvania avenue
JoBT JtECXIYED. Jail itock of Xi.gr3.Tii.fs,
rtotopripfta. Water Color Pmrlnps, dc and the
latest tTics of frames. I am oSetlngthc celebrated
colored photographs at greatly reduced prices. Oil
paintings aud if ater color drawings in greatTa
rlety. Dresden porcelain paintings and frames to.
match. A II styles of frames in gold and silver leaf.
German gilt, walnut, Spanish and .French maple.
Plcturenalla-tllTerandcopper wire. Mirror anG
porlflt frames msdc to order and regtlt. Paint
ings cleaned, restored and Tarnished. aBemalnlns
stock of last year's ehromns at reduced prices.
Uallery open hy gaslight until 7ocloclc. ooS-an
OLD NO.
:i
OS EXHIBITION (NiwKo,
and Salo I 43
at I 7th St.
HlBESITKK-l.
so
7tii St.
20. 438 BeTtnth street, between D and T. strtetir
cjjtui noon aoore vaa jreuows naa.
aoi
Win clow-
Shad.
ltl
eel-, sings. Nails, 4c, In the District.
Please remember name and number.
Jea-tf
EXCUESlONg
t o. o. r.
EIDGELY ENCAMPMENT EXCURSION"
TO
Philadelphia and Centennial Exposition,.
Tickets. (4.S; children. .13; via Baltimore and
Ohio rallroadt November 5, s, 7,8, 9 and 10; good
for ten days from day of use.
PBOOltAMME: Tuesday Woman's Day: Thurs
day Crnd .ntcrnatlonsl .exhibition of Fireworks r.
Friday Closing Ceremonies.
-SJS-Tlclcts for sale at sot. 133 and 1T Pennsyl
vania avenue: 0 and 411 Seventh street. IT- P
street.the principal notds and Colon hotel. George
town. no6-3t
LAST GKA3.D EXCURSION Via.
Baltlmoreandrotovacrallro&d, the popular
route to the Centennial, by
EUREKA. B. A. CHArTZB, NO. U
under the manajrrment oril Burr. Excursion
tickets will be sold on the Mb, 6th. 7ih, 8th, 3th and
loth days of .November; good ten days from date of
Issue, at rate of 14.23 forround trip: children, be
tween Ave and twelve years. I2JS. Tne low rate
here offered, together wlttM he flrst-elata time antt
Tirulpment of tlUs popular route, will enable every
person iu wimcbs uic citwiox cenrmgoiii ui uus
UUEAT CEXTENNIAaD.
Trains leave Baltimore aid Potomao d??ot at
1:33a. m., 8:13a.m., 1:40 pm., 7:f0 p.m. and 9:
p.m. ibroujch wuhout change. Ticket good oa
all trains except limited express.
TICKETS TOB SALE AT
E. M. "VVhUat it & Son's bookstore, 941 Pennsylva
nia avenue; Win. KHantyne'& bookstore. &
Seventh street: N. V. Oilman's drug store, tC7
Pennsylvania avenne; Heller's drug store,
Pennsylvania avenne. under National hotel;
.Major's drug ttore. son Seventh street northwest.
corner of 11 itreet: J. T. Cole A Cos, St. Cloud
drug store, corner .Ninth and T streets northwests
Geo. M Howard's druj store, corner of bcveatli
,and 1 streets northwest.
3.N.B.-:NotlckeuwmfcesoMatthe railroad,
depot. noV6t.
EXCTJBSIONS, PICNICS AlfD PARTIES
would do well to adTertlse'wlth'the Calcium
Islgbt Advertising Company, wno display adrer
tlsements at 3. Inth and PuutItsvuI avenae every
pleasant evening. Ofice SU Cloud's UtlMlag,
Booms 49 and so.
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TtufOCKT YERNON.-T03B OIT TTASH-
S Wa QfAAtnaw A YYSTYBri-S
Capt. TBAXKHOLLliteSHaCAI),
Leaves 8ereritntrat wtarfl
DAILY, (Sunday excepted,) at 10 a. m., reta
vuu b v jr. ju. ,
Bound trip tU lncladlnx idxotssloa to Xissloa an
Ground i. otlS-tt
OPTICIANS.
OZPTT OI -ftJNT
x o the p ha 'xi I ci
My newly Invented eye-a-lass, which I now mans.
lac.urv wiu. r-gnt woraik .! aux.
pss&ea any eyc-giaas in usi. wnoie
world. Ther can be reculated br
two small screws to exactly tit the nose without any
pain or unpleasant feeling. They are made of Bra
sillan pebble and the newry-dlacovered Busslaruby
glass, ror neatness and lightness they cannot bet
surpassed. Measure taken aid order oiled la fifteen
minutes.
ISAAC ALEXANDER,
1S9 Fenssyrvanla avenue. Inventor, Patentee and
Manufacturer.- as2u-tf
Brazilian Pebble Spectacles,.
PBASKXIH CO.'S,
im PENNSYLVANIA AVXNTJX,
dsa-ly OPTICIAHB.
OHANDELIEHS!
larseat Tai-lety or If ew Patterns Is
tbe City, at Lowest Pxlces.
GOLD'S WARM AIR FURNACES I
HEAT PRODUCED EQUAL TO STEAM.
'GOLD'S CENTENNIAL RANGE,
Tbe newest. Best sad Oeapest EIe
yated oven la Mie Karket.
mOH CASTINGS. MLERAXD IACHBE WORI.
STEAM HEATING, TIN ROOFING,
And All Tin and Copper "Worlt,
IEOH IEH0E8 AID 0BJAME5TAL
TTOESs
rUTHBUlG A5B (US ITTTnG.
All Best Varieties or Banges and
fire-place Heaters."
SMITH, BIBQE A CO.,
Ho. 1014 PeBBijlTaala areaae.
G
EAT BEBUCnoS IS FXICE OP
DEUTESED TO Al-1. PASTS OP THE OITT
. AT THE BA.UE HATE.
ITaar schedule: Pull load ot 49 bushel, f.i- n
nailer loads I cests per bushel; cartage to. cents.
ATTLTTO
Oflc of Washington OaaVIft Company.
US Tenth street northwest. Ttt Tine se-a-e ertii.
west, orto HO Brlilse street, eecrgetown. s -If
S5TOS20
PEB DAY AT HO-4-t
Samples worts, B tree btlN-
OS A CO., Portland.
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