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THE 1STATTON-AL TfEPUIlLTPAT: THURSDAY MOBN-TNTr, NOVEMBER G. 3 884.
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Till WriKivltnn ilalit-pienpsprr or fifty
lis. rolnmn nltb nil tLu nesss of tlio capital,
iolmiiiiU."! or nil sorts obtained, svhen issj.
I!i. lor subscribers llliout cliarao upon oppll.
luiiiirdtiitimpcrlpts cannot bo returned.
hmilttaitci'srtlnrttiBU by pnstul mnnev or
ders, lmiifc drafts, or cnetka lotlip order ortho
National t'rpublkan Co. nlsvaysnt sender's risk.
o retelpls lr eiilnrrlplion. returned. Tlio
(ate onllis ssruppvr sboiss sshen subscription
"'''IRE NATIONAL RErtlTH.tCAN CO..
Washington. V, C,
Entered at the PnstoHIco nt Washington, D. C,
as si cond-cUs matter.
"IIUKSDAI, .VuVEMlUnt 0, 1831.
Jonv Kelly nlso Ioyos Clovelantl for
tbo encinlos bolK atlo.
Tiik ctr drlvt.s of Notv Vork YOtoeil
tbo go' umor's 'Irat'oiis.
Dayh llko Y.stonlnr raaVo peoplo wish
old Zach Cliandlor was still allvo.
The peoplo liavo said that Mr. Itlalno
Is a good oiiourIi American for thorn.
The anchor that Mr. lllaino cast to tho
windward teems to hnvo caught on and
taken root.
IUnrr.n, lloechcr, Curtis, Jones, Scliurz,
White, Forbes, and Mulligan should or
ganize a lodgo of sorrow.
Fishhh to Mulligan "Wonder why
thoso letters didn't fetch! Hiu tho
country gono to everlasting ruin?"
T. John is notwoll thought of by his
neighbors. His voto in Kansas is not
worth mentioning,' It is so insignificant.
"Cannot I manago to sco dear, good,
kind Mr. Deodar up soma blind alloy
and rnlnglo my toars with his?" drover
to Mrs. II.
Tuesdvy night tho democrats wcro nil
month. Last night thoy wcro chiefly
chin, one end of which generally dragged
on tho ground.
Wonder if Bragg loves Clovoland for
tho enemies he has tnado with as much
vlolenco as he professed to on tho floor of
convention hall last July.
LvnoniNo men do not appoar to havo
been captlvntod by tbo theory that tho way
to Improve their condition lb to cat l'roo
trade crusts and pure wator.
lln laughs best who laughs last. This
venerable saw is printed for tho benoflt
of tbo gentlemen who yelled thomselvcs
hoarso Tuesday night and yestorday
ovor tho oloctlon of Clovoland and Hen
dricks. Tup. domocratlo rooster found tho air
extremely chilly last ovoalng, and retired
to his coop for another long rest. It Is,
perhaps, well that ho took au ntrlng,
though tho probability Is ho "took his
death of cold."
We shall not hear anything more from
North Carollua republicans touching their
ability to carry tho stato for two or throo
years. The bourbons swept tho stato by
a maorlty so large that tho republicans
havo lost all Interest in tho returns.
Fob tbo first tlmo in bis lifo John Kelly
allowed himself to bs outgeneraled and
outvoted. He put his trust In Cleveland
nt the eleventh hour and was sold out.
Kelly is now a political orphan, without
a roof over his head. Ho should havo had
tcneo enough not to put his trust in re
formers nnd democrats. Ho might havo
known they would betray him.
m
We aro requested by our neighbor, tho
rout, to stato that that chlckon was "taken
with fits" at an oarly hour yesterday
morning, und is now sorlousl' , If not
dangerously, sick. Ho was olTorod his
usual diet of froo-trado tea at Intervals
during tho day, but could not bo Induced
to touch It. Tho latest bulletin is : Respi
ration, IS; pulse, 213; temporaturo, liU
below zero.
Late dispatches Indicato that West
Virginia may havo been carried for tho
fusion ticket. If this Is true tbo stato
Tf ill givo throo votes for lllaino nnd thrco
for Butler. Iu that case It could occur
that tho oloctlon would bo thrown Into
tho houso of reprosontntives. Adding
Wisconsin to the list of states claimed
yesterday by The National Kepubli
can for IMalna would givo him a total of
245 votos. If that claim was fallacious as
to New York and Virginia, 43 votos would
havo to bo deducted, loaving him 107.
Adding threo votes from West Virginia
would glvo him 200 votes, Cleveland
would havo IDS, and llutlor 3.
What IVe Have SIlnscil.
This great ropublio has narrowly os
caped what would havo been a most
humiliating disaster.
Tbo succoss of Cloveland meant tho
domination of a solid south over a north
that had overthrown It on thu field of
battle.
It meant a prosldont in tbo whlto
houso who would havo boon tho direct
product of political murder and fraud.
It moaut that tho dial of tlmo was to
bo turned back until tho bloodshed, tho
boundless expenditure of treasure, tho
ocean of widows' and orphans' toars, nnd
the marvelous deeds of valor, imtrlotlsm.
Y and statesmanship that marked tho groat
war lor mo union snouiu uo wrmua uown
on tho pigos of history as having bcou n
barren and ghastly sacrifice without pui
poso or reward.
It meant tho exultation of.tho seducor
and tho profllgato ovor honorable chas
tity nud sober doinestlo virtue.
It meant bringing tho Industrious well
paid American wurkiiigman down to tho
Urol of tho poorly-paid, ill-fed, and
hopeless wugo workers of Uuropo.
It meant tho substitution of froo trado
for n protcctlvo tar 1 11' policy that has
inudoour nitlon thomarvol of tho world.
It mount tho triumph of u dull, com-mon-plt.ee
man ovor ono of tbo brightust,
brainiest mon of tho epoch.
It meant that tho thousands of maimed
colon soldlou aud aoldlon' widows and
orphans who now earn an honurablo
support in tho service of tho government
should bo cast out to havo tholr places
filled by northern copperhead! and
miESbacks and tho red-handed assa3siua
of Fast Feliciana, Copiah, Danville, and
New Iberia.
It meant that tho Fccksnlus, Miss
Naucys, and hypocrites of tho republican
pany would bo ublo to chatter, cackle,
and grlu ovor having cast from power tho
graud party that ii now happily rid of
them.
It meant that Thomas A, Hendricks
vtni Justlflcd In calling Abraham Lincoln
a "smutty oM tyrant."
It meant that n hanRmnn wai dccmcil a
fit ruler for this nation.
It is usolcss to ctiunierato. It Is enough
that wo can be happy nuil Kratoful that it
Is tho republican party that has tri
umphed, and that its succoss moans the
antithesis of everything cl willed above
Glory Kliottgli for Oil Day,
Tho democrats won n famous victory
in thotr mluds and thoy enjoyed thorn,
selves with uproarious oxuborance for
many hours. Tho republicans will now
take their Innlnirs and Indulgo in Jubila
tion. Out of consideration for tho feel
ings of their domocratle brethren tho
republicans will ahout softly, and bo care
fu not toraako unseemly demonstrations
calculated to barrow up the bourbon soul
or gMto harshly on lacerated bourbon
scnslbllltlos. Closely pursued by a dread
ful sorrow, hoy know how It Is them
solves to walk alono In the valley of tho
shadow, nud they will do what lies In
their power to tempor tho wind to tho
shorn wolves. .
Tho republicans have elected their na
tional tlckot. The returns received late
yesterday nftornoon and last night more
than confirm tho cstlmatos upon which
tho claims in Tin: National Hepuiili
can, and "we congratulate tho republic,"
to use tho borrowod language employod
by tho nvorago domocratle editor yester
day In breaking tho news of Cleveland's
succoss, upon tbo oloctlon of lllaino and
Logan. Tbo ropubllo Is indeed to ho
congratulated most heartily upon what it
has escaped, as well as upon what It has
gained. It oscaped by an uncomfortably
closo shavo, or sorlos of shaves, an era of
dcmocratlo misrule that would In all
probability havo plunged tho country
Into ruin, whllo In tho triumph of tho
republican party Itsoes.an assurance of
national development nnd tbo certainty
of n continuance of tho marvelous pros
perity that has mado tho United Slates
wealthy and grout and Its peoplo con
tented and comfortable and intelligent
beyond thoso of any nation on earth.
Tho states that honor themselves and
tho country by glvlng'thelr electoral
votes to the candidates of tbo republican
party nro hero presented :
New York. ...
... 56
Minnesota 7
MtchU-an 13
New Hampshire.... 4
lthoilo Island 4
Kansas U
Nebraska 5
I'enii'ylvaula SO
Nevada 3
California 8
Illinois -a
Massachusetts 14
Indiana 1
Oregon 3
Wisconsin 11
Maine I
Ohio 2-1
Virmont 4
Colorado !l
Iowa 13
Total
..!M3
To this list may yet bo added:
New Jersey n
Virginia - 1-
West Virginia 3
Total -1
Thus bringing tho grand total up to
2J7, nnd leaving to tho democrats 111 and
llutlor 3, or 0 loss than they counted on as
an absolutely certain contribution from
tho "solid south
IScturui as to tho lowor houso of con-
, , , , ,. . . I
mplote, but enough is
gross nro not
known tu inuku its continual control by
tho democrats curtain. Tholr majority
will not bo less than thirty or moro than
forty. Carlisle nud Morrison aro roturned,
but llurd will 1)3 missed from tbo froo
trado ranks. Katon, of Connecticut, has
been laid on tho shelf. Wliou tho full
returns nro In an analysis of tho body
will bo given.
Of tho governors elected, ton are repub
licans nnd six democrats, as follows:
Ill'.I'UIit.IL'ANH.
Colorado Benjamin II, Eaton.
Connecticut No cholco. Tho legislature will
elect Henry II. Harrison (rep.).
Illinois Htchard J. Oglesby.
Indiana William 11. Calklui.
Kansas John A. Martin.
Massachusetts (leurgo D. Robinson.
Michigan Itmsgll A. Alger.
Nebraska James W. Danes.
Now Hampshire No choice. Tho legislature
will elect Moody Currier (rep.).
Wisconsin Jeremiah M. Rusk.
UEMOCK.US.
Florida IX A. Terry.
Missouri John K. Marmadukc.
North Carolina .Alfred M. Scales.
South Carolina Hugh 8. Thompson.
Tcnnesseo William II. Date.
Texas John Irelund.
The republican party and tho country
owe a debt of gratitude tu Gon. II. F.
llutlor nnd tho Now York Sun. Without
tho potent Influoncos exerted in tho right
direction by these powerful agencies upon
domocratlo worklngmen Now York would
havo gono for Cleveland and ho would
havo boon oloctod president, in our opin
ion. Tho independent klckors and what
remains ol tho Irrcconcllablo stalwarts of
Now York did their level best to knife
Mr. lllaino, nnd but for tho votos of domo
cratlo worklngmen thoy would havo boon
revenged upon tho republican party fur
the wrongs thoy felt or prctouded to feel
Mr, lllaino had dono them. Tho domo
cratlo tollers camo forth from tho work
shops and certified to their abhorronco of
thu candidate of tho freotradors by depos
iting their ballots against tho stolid gov
ernor of Now York, nnd thoy were
moved to tako this decisive and unusual
action vory largely by tbo appeals mado
to them and tho arguments presented by
tho un and Its candidate, llutlor.
Senator Maiione comes to tho front
smilingly anil says that Virginia lias gono
for lllaino. Ho talks straight at u mark
without qualification, all of which is
pleasing in the e-tromo.
Wjeatiiku mlvicos nro to tho effect
that it is chilly In spots nloup; Grovor
Cleveland's rertehral ooluuiii.
Jtltscked lif Keetpals.
William K, Tjlcr, of 117 Uiglilli street south
west, as knocked down brthreoor lour per
Kins on I fctrcit bcluecu 1'uunli ami Fifth
streets last ulfiht about 11. 'JO. IIo recclscd
three sevcro tushes nu the face ami bead. The
men deiuutuled his mouev, atnl when ho re
fused they altaoked him. He tvus tukiu to his
homo.
iktlstsut Coon tlll Sign,
Mr. Charles li Coon, assUtuui secretary of
the treasury, who has Jind returned to Wash
invtnn from llluilra, N. Y lnis been rtcsls
uiiteil by Secretary McCullueli toslmi in bis
sii'ud warrants for the di.bursemeiit of publlo
luoueys.
A15MV AMI) NAVY EV3.
The following navy orders wcro Issued yes
terday . I.luut. Lonidr. 1'. K, Clmdwlck ordered
tn uxuinliiiitlnii for promotion; l.lout. chas.
llelUmip, lo duty at Ilia naval ncadeiny, I.luut.
O V fxiwry in duty as assistant insiieetnr of
tho eleseuth ltglithnuso district; l.fcut C'hfis.
J. lluiliior, dcUi'hod from thu Alert nnd
ordered to duty at Iho Wathlugton nuvy yard
In orduaucu Instruction.
Tho cuait suriey steamer Carlllo r, I'atter
boii Mem Imhanlson Clover, If. H. N., com.
mandlng, is reported os arriving ssfolr at Itlo
de Joni.lri'.cn route from WaMugtou;to Alaska
to,' take station.
AMtflEMIiNTS.
THE NATIONAL,
"Storm Beaten" Is attraction good houses at
this theater, nnd will bo continued through tho
week, with ftiturd ty mallticc.
Tho Milan Grand Opera company will In
augurate a season of ltullsn grand opera at the
National on Monday evening next witn tuo
following repertoire! Monday night "AI,"
Tuesday, "rrosaloro;" Wednesday, "lllgo-lcllo-"
Thursday, "Normal" Friday, "flucr.
ranr." The last named opera will bo given
for tho first time In Washington. It met
with unqualified success at tho Star theater In
New Vork on Monday Inst. It Is said of the
Milan company by Metropolitan critics that
whllo It does not present a l'attl or a Scalchl
It has producod several operas with nn
ensemble as to music, Ac, far superior to any
thing cscr given by Col. Mnplcson. Their
renditions of tho operas set down for tho tea
sou hero havo been especially commended,
llox sheets now open at tho box ofllce of the
National, where seats may be secured for either
nlglit or tho season.
ronn's.
Tlllotson's "Quocna" has been falrlysneccss.
at this theater, nnd has atlractcd paying
houses. It will bold tho boards tho remainder
of the neck, ultu Saturday matinee..
On Monday next (ho attraction nt I'ord's will
be "A Hoop of Gold," n highly emotional
melodrama that Is especially strong In pathos
nnd comedy, nnil Is backed up with rcallttlo
scenery and novel ttsgo elicits. It Is prcscuRM
by a wolLbalanccd company, specially selected
to present tho eccentricities of FnglUh low
life. Tho plot Is Intrlcato enough to satisfy
even tho most ardont admirer of melodrama,
and abounds In strong situations, tnrllllng sen
sations and lurid tableaux, llox thoct for tho
advance tale of resencd scats will bo open at
tho theater this morning.
Ai.iurait's onANii or-cnv house.
Nothing, except perhaps the election returns,
appears to claim so much attention hero as the
opening nights of tho new opera house. The
dofuccJ appearance of tho diagrams at Droop's
mus'.o rtoro Indicates a Jam for thu opeulng
night and strong bout"' throughout tho week,
It is generally concede,! tho Monday and Tues
day nights will bo tho "swell" evenings, and
It Is said that n largo portion of tho audience,
both ladies and gentlemen, will appear in full
ocnlng dress, the former without bonnets or
hats and tho latter in thu conu-ullonul "swal
low tall."
"Semlrnmlde," on Monday night, will bo
superbly presented. On Tuesday evening tho
opera "King for a Day" has a strong cnt, and
will bo the first appearance of Tagllnplctra,
Castle, Annandale, and Abbott in the same
opera. This Is a brilliant and highly amusing
opera, and thu perforuianco Is ono of tho best
tho company gltes. There nro still many
cholco scats for Tuesday night, 1'rlces for ad
mission to matinee havo been fixed at W and
75 cents. The indications are that ncxtucck
will bo tho most brilliantly successful engage
ment that Miss Abbott has cVer played In
Washington.
AS OLD JIANAaUU'S TALK.
The l'opnlnr Myth nliout Oysttr anil
Chnlitpnitll KxplmWil.
A'cto York Utter to notion Herald.
"About six months ago," herald, "thoro
was a play produced In a city theater hero
in which a young actress, who has tho
reputation of boing tho Idol among tho
dudes, took tho leading part. She Is a
girl who camo from thu west originally,
and sho hav won a good place on tho
stngo by her hard work. I don't mind
lolling you that tho play I speak of was
produced nt tho Star theater. Tho girl
unquestionably hud thu leading part In
tho picco and sho played It well. During
tho performance sho rocolvod thrco bou
quests across tho footlights, nud after tho
curtain had dropped for tho last tlmo I
wont to tho rear of tbo houso to congratu
late her UDonhorporformnticcnsI had been
in a measure responsible lor ner appearance
tn Now Vork,
The dressing-rooms in the
Blur theater aro down a 6toep flight of
Bnd whon t wcut on tho 8tn)!e
I observed somebody climb up thoso steps
hurriedly, trot across tho stago, nay good
nlcht to tho doorman: and disannoar. A
moment Inter I spoke (o ouo of tho actors
and asked him whero tho girl was. IIo
said bo didn't know. I went down to her
drosslug room and found that she had
gone. Thou I hurried up stairs and tho
doorman told me that It was sho that hud
gono out as I entered. I hurrlod up
Fourteenth street nnd thou I saw her
speeding down toward Fifth nvonuo,
with her cloak tightly drawn around her
and her bent dawn. Shu was hurrying
along at n terrific rato. I caught her
finally near Sixth avenue, and when I
camo pulling up sho turned around, first
looked frlghteutd and then pleased.
"You'ro not going homo nlouo?' I
said.
"Why not?' sho nsked.
"'It's hardly tho choorful thing nflor
making a lilt as you did to-night. Come
In hero aud cut nu oyster whilo I rest
aud get my breath.'
"Wo went into one of the numorous
oyster saloons thoro, and slioato heartily,
bile was evidently In tho best of spirits,
nud sho socmed to think it was no hard
ship at all to go scooting olf to hor homo
after her nights wort, iiio gtrrs pic
tures sell nil over Now York; hor faco
adorns tho mirror in many a young man's
room, and sne lias mo ropututloug oi bo
ing Jolly, wide-awake, and oven a bit
fast. I had a long talk with hor that
night, nnd tho conversation turned upon
this very subject. She told mo that she
had only been taken out to supper four
times nftur tho play that year, and in
oery case It was by nn old friend. Sho
told mo tho truth, I kuow, for she had no
reason to concoal anything from me, and
sho was not at all plaintive about it. Sho
laughoil a good deal when sho recalled
hor school girl dreams of an actress' lifo,
of how sho would roll to tho theater In
her onu brougham, nnd aftorward sup nt
Deluioulco's, the center of attraction and
tho envy of all tho women in tho place.
'Now,' ehe said, 'I always havo a cold
luncheon laid out for mo ut homo, and I
cat it beforo I go to bed. Soon as I got
up It is time to go to rehearsal, and after
rehearsal it is all I can do to got through
my ull'alrs In tlmo to go to tho theater."
The Inroints of Novelists.
JVtw York Qjnctpondent 1'htUdelphla JleeorJ.
Just what Is meant by "tho avorago
novullst" I don't know; but tho novel
writer who clears less than f 1,500 a year
by his or her novels must bo much below
tho average, that is, tf constantly writing,
Messrs. llowells aud James and Crawford,
who nro tho most popular American nov
elists, mako probably $10,000 or $15,000 a
year by their novels; certainly not less.
J'fioy, of course, aro much abovo tho
average. Tho Utu Mrs. May Agnes
Fie tn I n, who wrotn so assiduously for
tho Now York Weekly, was a writer of u
very different school from either of tho
foregoing, and, a far as the quality of hor
novels goes, I Should say was much below
tho avorago: hut Mrs. Fleming niado
$10,000 nt least on overy Etory that
sho wrote, ami sho wroto ono, and
sometimes mora than ouo, n year. The
Nuw York Weelbj paid her $5,000 for ono
story In serial form, and Messrs. Carleton
& Co. paid her a royalty that often far
osccoiled this item on tho salo of hor
stories In book form, Carleton & Co., by
tho way.stlll go en publishing now novels
by Mrs. Fleming, though sho has been
dead for six or seven years to my certain
knowledge. You can hardly pick up an
advertisement of Carlctou's book that "a
now novel by Mrs. May Agnes Flomlng"
is not nmong thu announcements. I
asked Mrs. Carlototi ono day If Mrs.
Fleming was carrying on hor vocation tn
tho other world, aud ho said "hardly
that," but that sho had loft a largo num
ber of manuscripts bohind her. Bho must
havo left a much largur number than any
writer nhocvorllvodordlod. Jhavobecn
told by others, however, that somo person
has taken Mrs. Fleming's nauin as a uom
de plume, and writes In her stylo as much
as posslblo. All Is fair In lovo and litera
ture, it eceini.
Jouiiuln Jlllliir'a Nesv I'lay.
A'fui York Timet.
"Tho Silent Man." In Its original state,
was woreu than "Moxlco." by tlio sumo
author, which Is rotnembered with koou
aiijjuliu by all who saw It.
aOOI) AND HA1 OMENS.
Superstitions t Hie Nlght-Miitrs "
T!llr Childlike Vnlth Iu the Sigulfl--
ennce of Slij;ii,
fhtladitphla Timet.
"After Bailors nud camblors. tho all-
night iiack-drivors who prowl up and
down Chestnut stroct and tho cross. town
thoroughfares from midnight until sun.
rlso aro the most suporslltlons pooplo I
know," said nn old detectlvo last night.
"Llko tho men who follow tho svater,
thoy cannot bo talked out of tholr queer
Ideas, nnd thoy havo certain customs
which thoy follow out as religiously ns
tho most methodical man In town lives
his dally lifo." Tho " night-hawk," ns ho
Is called, Is not, as a rule.of savory reputa
tion. Ho has generally had tamo ac
quaintance with the pollco and doea not
move In tbo society of a Jehu who drives
for a first-class llvory stablo.
Very early yestorday morning two thin
horses hobbled down Cnostnut street,
drawing a hack which may hnvo bcon
used by somo swoll llvory stablo a quar
ter of a century ago, but which had do
generated luto a carryall for mon who aro
kopt late at their lodge rooms. Just be
fore tbo horses gut to Lighth street A
whlto cat ran across tho street and ills
appeared behind tho iron grating of
Sharplcss & Brothers' cellar. Tho "night-
hawk" saw tho cat nud Jerked his half-
starved horses nearly on" their foot as ho
brought thorn to stanii-siui; men with
an old whip ho lashed thoin as ho turned
thorn around und ran thorn up Chestnut
strcot at it gallop. Tho driver looked
over his shouldor llko a vorltablo Tarn
O'Shantor watching for tho witches.
When hu got to Ninth street ho turned
north and kept up tho run until Markot
strcot was reached.
A cat closing in front of a "night
hawk's" "outfit" iscoinhlered bad enough
luck to dwari tho night's business; but a
whlto cat means utter demoralization for
tho night. Sumo "hawks" Immediately
begin to drink, in order that thoy may
forget tho apparition of tho whlto cat,
nnd when n ''night-hawk" Is visited with
the delirium tremens bo does not see
snakes, llko the ordinary BufTuror, but
hundreds vf whito cats crowd beforo his
vision.
A driver of an all-night hack never puts
his left foot on the wheel first on getting
upon the box ; ho thinks It had luck,aud
nothing can Induce him to open the door
of his cab or carrlaio with his left hand.
If n shoo becomos loose on onu of bis
horso'a feet that's u bad omen aud causes
tho driver to believo that somo bnd luck
is in storo for him. When tho moon Is
shining brightly and u big cloud suddenly
hhlc3 it from view aud causes darkuoss lo
settle on tho strcots tho "hawk" grows
suspicious. Ho is a groat coward as n
rulo moro afraid, though, of n shadow
than hu is of tho substanco. If tho pas
senger happens to bu n drunken man
with a turu umbrella that is considered
good luck and a sign that rain will bo
plentiful and make business good.
Night-hawks do notllkoto hear of fires.
The presence of a firo engine uu Chestnut
strcot causes them to think of calamity.
Somo of them won't eat during tho night,
for fear it will chaugo their luck, hut thoy
never refuso a drink, The lighted stump
of a cigar picked up after it has bcou
thrown away by n well-dressed ninu
nnd quickly smokod is thought to bring
good luck.
All thu Jehus who are only seen on tho
streets ut night aro great policy players.
If they n.'o lucky thoy may mako a 11 ve
dollar hill, but by the tlmo tbo liorsos'
scant feod Is bought nnd tho policy slips
are paid for thoro is not much loft, nnd
tho rag-tag backmnn of tho wco small
hours comes back under cover of darkness
the next night Just as poor as ovor.
Tho majority of them will gladly carry
an actress or an actor freo, believing that
the profession aro harbingers of good for
tune If n gas lamp Is blown out on a
stormy night tho Jolm will stop, got off
his box, nnd talto tho trou'jio to ignito mo
cscaplug gas, believing that it Is not good
policy to pass In thodarkuoss. They hnvo
h groat dread of car horses without bells,
and novor like to sco a colored man with
a whlto hat on. Homo ofthom(':lbo!iovo
that thoy havo to turu tholr horses n cer
tain number of timos in a night before
tboy will catch a customer, nnd a great
many bollovo that If thoy nro not lucky
at policy they will bo unlucky on the
street that night. As a rulo, they prefer
passongors who aro very much Intoxicated,
us tho practico of extortion Is moro suc
cessfully carried out when tho occupaut
of the hack can't toll a $5 bill from a $2
note. His because tho "night-hawk" has
noconicloutlous scruples os to falrdoallng
with tho publlo that ho Is looked down
upon and thus mado Ineligible to bo elq
vatod tu tho social plnnaclo of son-in-law
to a millionaire banker.
ItAINV HAY WOllK.
Km- n Farmer anil Hon Who
Aro
Fond of tho Corner Grocery.
.if. Quad In Dctiotl ncelfat.
I looked over tho "Cornor Grocery"
crowd that rainy day and speculated on
what might havo been. Had tho firmer
boon tho right sort of n man tho boy would
liavo been nt homo. It would havo bcon
as good ns a holiday for both. All tho
items of tho day-book would havo bcon
posted up after broakfast, aud we'd havo
looked over tho diary to soo that day wo
sowed wheat In lot No. 1 what tlmo last
spring wo set out thoso npplo trots Just
what day we sold tho wool and bought
that now wagon, and wo might oven run
back n year to seo when tho equinoctial
set In and how long It lasted.
Then thoro would bo something to do
down collar old vegetable to carry out
apauoof glass to put In tho window
boards to bo nailed on tho bins shelves
to nut no for thn cannod fruit perhaps
somo whitewashing to swoeton tbo placo
for tho winter.
lly 10 o'clock wo would bo in tho barn.
Tbo harness should bo oiled on a damp
day. We'd first take thorn apart aud glvo
each pieco a thorough wash in soap buiIj,
and If straps or buckles weru looao tho
sowing awl nud needles would speedily
repair damages. An hour's Work would
add a year's wear to overy harnoss. Thou
tho crauk to tho grindstone should ho
fixed on solid that loose plank iu the
stablo nailed down tho broken rung in
tho ladder going up to tho mow mado
socuro tho matigors ovurliauled to pro
vent wKsto of fodder all nieces of. iopo
and straps picked up and hung wheru
they could bo found when wanted, and
tho biru swept clean. In this latter task
wo'd And a clevis or two, odds and ends
of chain, that hammer which has been
lost for two weeks, two or thrcq dran
tnciUi. and uther articles, all of whloh
should bo secured whero they would not
go astray again.
After dinner the barn doors.vrliloh havo
blithered all summor long, should receive
attuiitlon. Thu doiuu places In tho Btablo
into which tho kocn ulr of wlutor would
drivo should bo mado suug. Kvury ,hlugo
on overy door of barn or sheds should bo
nllcd. I'ltcliforks, spades, nud shuvols
with looio handles should bo soon to,
and that spado should bo ground to an
odgo. ,
It wouldn't bo a bit likow irk to tako n
wrouch ami overhaul tho family carriage
and tho wagons. Lome nuts should bo
tlghtotiod, springs ollcd.bolts driven homo,
and tho greaio cleaned away before It
works Into tho hubs and weakens tho
wholo wheel.
Aud thun thoso Iron hooks might bo
driven In placo lnthosuioko house, is new
haudlo fitted to tho nx, tho fanulng mill
cleaned up, und all tho grain bags hunted
up, marked, and placed together, ami by
supper time we'd havo saved i'i of wear
and tear, nnd put In n day full of enthu
siasm aud good naturo. Tbo evening
should bu saved for bonks aud papers, aud
bod tlmo would find father nnd sou con
tent with tho wholo world.
AHOUT l'JSOl'iill.
Ercuy.TiRY riiEHMJiiuvsES 1ms returned.
(Irs. W. II. IUzlm, chief signal ofllcer, re.
turned to tho city H'stcrday from a threo
wccls' otllclal trip to Montana and Utah,
Sims reeves, tho English tenor, dreads sea
sickness so much, says a London paper, that
j lio will bo uuablo tocorao to this country with
i tbo remains of his oucn icmarkablo olco,
HOW SFONOES AltK CAUGHT.
Bllmr Masse of "l.tser" Which lle
coiuv Clean nml Dry.
A'asrau Mter in i'ne York Timet.
Tho sponging floot Is composed of small
echoonora ranging from ten to forty tons,
or oven smaller. Fach schooner carries
from four to six niou, nml makes period
ical trips out to tho spougo bods. Around
Abaco, Androa Island, nnd Kxumn aro
somo of tho principal fisheries; thoro are
hardly any of valuo In tho Immediate,
vicinity of Nassau. Tho meu do notdfvo
for them, as sponge fishers In tho Med
iterranean do, but use long-handled things
like oyster tongs to fish them out of tho
water. Thoy do not "go it blind" and
probo In tho mud, like oystermon; In this
clear water thoy can soo every Inch of tho
bottom, maico up tneir minus wnnt
sponges to take, and seizo hold of cich
ono carefully, detach It from tho rock to
which it clings, and lift It Into tho boat.
They aro nut tho nice delicato, and light
colored things wo soo In shop windows.
When first taken frum tho water thoy
look and feel luoro llko a pleco of raw
liver than anything clso. They aro slip
pcrv, slimy, ugly, nud smell bad. Tholr
color Is generally n sort of brown, vory
much llko tbo color of gulf weed, only a
little darker. Most pooplo aro taught, in
tho days of tholr freshness and Inuocenco,
that th j spougo is an animal, and whon
thoy visit Nassau tboy expect perhaps to
sco sponges swliuinlng about tbo harbor,
If, indeed, they do uot surprlso somo of
tho more atblotla ones climbing trees or
making littlo excursions over tbo bills.
Hut thoy nro disappointed when thoy
learn that the animal part disappears en
tirely long bofore thu sponge reaches tbo
market, aud that thu part wuuso for
nicpplng updulds Is only his house, tho
many-roomed residence in which ho shel
tered himself whllo at sea a regular ma
rine tenement houso, built with grsat
caro and architectural precision, iu which
many of tho littlo beasts lived and died.
After thu sponges reach tho deck of the
vessel thoy aro cleaned nud dried and go
through a curing process. They then
become tho spouges of commerce, and are
divided into eight varieties in tho Baha
mas. Some, called "lambswool" or " shcops
wool," nre ns fine nnd soft as silk and
very strong. Others, although largo aud
perhaps tough, nro coarso nnd compara
tively worthloss. Thoro nro, too, boquot
sponges, silk siongcs, wlro sponges, nnd
flng) r nud glove sponges. The process
for luring them is to keop them on dock
for two or thrco days, which "kills"
them. Then they aru put In a crawl and
kept there from eight to ton days, and
aio aftorward cleaned nnd bleached to tho
sun on tho beach. Whon they reach
Nassau tho roots nro cut off, and tbo
snonccs aro trlmmod and drossod for ex
portation. Nearly overy darky In Nas
sau understands How to do tms trimming
nart. Tim Rvnimetrr of thu snoniro must
bo preserved us much as possible, and If
thorn aro any places whero coral eaud
has adhered to tho sponge, thoso placos
must bo cut out, for no amount of skill
or caro will got rid of sand iu a sponge',
and tho sand is sure to scratch anything
It touches. Tbo trimming Is generally
dono vory expertly, so that a uovlco
would hardly soo that a spougo had bcon
cut.
i
When Edison, gouius and inventor that
bo Is, had ghen two weeks of his valuable
tlmo to going up ami down ou the New Vork
elevated railroad ttylng to discover what
caused its noise and a euro for It, ho gave up
the Job. Then a little woman took It. Sho
rodo on the cars thrco days) was donlcd a placo
to stand on the rear platform, laughed at for
her curiosity, aud politely snubbed by con
ductors und passengers. But she discovered
what caused tho noise, inventod a remedy
v, hlch as patented, nud she w as paid the sum
of 10,000 nnd a rojally forovcr. Iter name Is
Mrs. Mary Walton, and sho lives in New Vork
city.
Si'j:ciaz, Notices.
i'oaiot'iauic motiu
AW
Letters fSr Korope need not ba speclaltrdt
.to.1 fnrllsnnl(.h 1)7 out nartlcular Rtoamorln
rrctcd lordlipitch
orderto stfeuro apocdy ilullvtrx ut dcstlimtion.
as all I'raus-Atlautlc tualU aru lorwurded by this
fiiAtRHtViiHSDlji nvallublo.
VoreUn malls lor the woek cndlnz NOV. 8
vrllleiosu(ruuueTi.viu an cases! at this omen
as lollops'
VIllllAV. At lltnn fl- m. fnr Jamaica. Rava,
nllla, Ac, Uroylovs u and lAmon, per Bteaiushln
Also.
S v I UIIDAY. At n no a. in. for Europe, per
slo.inishlp t'lty orilcrlln, vlaQucenstown (let
ter lor uoriiinny, ita. must bo dlrictod "per
Ul UIIIUIIII , V IMUIblll, IUI i,l-,.IJIU Ml-
n a'., per steamship I'enuland, via Antwerp: ut
7:uu u. ru. lur Hcutland dlr, it, jer stcanmnlp
Anchnrlu, via Ohm jow i at II :ln u. m. lur New
r.iunului l, pr ateuinshlp City of Mexico: at
11a. ra. for Kuropo, per stejmsblp Hheln, la
houthnniptou nml llremen: ut 1:,10 p.m. for
Nassau, ii l,dlreit, und lor Cub, and l'orto
1tlco,vu Havana, pomiiamshlpNewport.
Malls lor China aud Japan, per atoamshtp
Arihlo ('lu Ban 1'ranclsco) close
litre Nov. s at 7 p. m. Mulls for Austra
lia, New Zoalaud, Mindwlch and TIJl Islands,
jn'r Htcanishlp Au-tralla (via bun l'ran
ilsco), climo hero No','10 at 7 p, m. (or on ur
rlvnl at Now York ol stiam-hlp city of Chi
euro svlth llritlsh mutla lor Australia.
1 hcachtHlulo of clostnunfTrans-ractflo malls
ts arranitiHlon tho presumption of their uninter
rupted overlnud transit lo ban rrauclsoo.
Malls from tho Kast arriving on Unit) ul Hati
ranclnco on the day ot sallluif or steamer aro
dispatched thouco the sauia day.
llENKY O.l'KARSON,
l'oslmasluc
rosToyyica. Naw Vonn. Ocu 3,ihh4.
sr
m'A.yiKicis wiyi; HTOllU,
IIUMOVAL.
Mry custom pm and introni nt ray old place,
14 IU Fmrctt, am cordially In vltPd to tin new
aiil liirj-M-r i-HtttliMiUineiU. 14KJ O urUIJUr
.NOltl'll VIr. near nitfonth street. Only tho
tnht iirundi of Wiilsk.es, Wlnoi, Cordt il. I'lK'ir.
ivc, nruon naie juun qiwui t.
rt
OURll
(llt-H, 1'oniJ, Water, Air, 5 teat, I.li;lit, Oono,
I'lorirln Vnnnr ltiithn. Ac. L discard ull Jllner
i.lb, uplatcs, Mercury, tjilnlnc, AlcohollolStlmu-
llimi. 4 liri'llUIU IIIIJU Utl YCjeiimreiiiiieiiH 1.
Co nmil tat Ion free. Call or send fur testimonials
of wonderful cures,
I tnat all dlaoanes, acute or chronic. Ofllco
mul reception nirlors, U V nu, bet. OlU and
HHh, Wuxhlnzfon. 1). O,
rSS LLOTXOX IIATW.
AH hatu watered on tlie election .should bo
rcBMerud, and ull ben carefully worded. Tlio
unnls mn(nrlt nnd lilurulltV ftllOUtd liudcflntd.
nidi) price ofuat. TIib Dunlap I'HtU Avenuo
HtiotiliK liai it worm
C ir rtxrlhtrir hsintc 1 OMP1T.
Htlotillc Hat 1h worth (8, and tho Derby 5.
airy uuutt i'i"'i.
wIliLlTTT A RUOl'l",
Agent for Imnlap's Now York Hats,
UO.i Pennsylvania Avenuo.
' Wll.I.ITTT A HUOl'l'
oc30
htsb. 1'UU
UL011E'
ART J1UONZINO
COMPANY,
Office, 1402 Pennsylvania ave opp. Wlllard's.
IIRONZINO 11Y A NEW PROCESS
on alass, Metal, rlaster, Leather, Llnconsta,
suiiuu, Wood, Ac., So, tolo Muuuuj.
turors of
fjj.ASS TIT.'iI
for Interior Decorations. Mantels, rurnlturo,
Placodes, Ac .to
OLAINE & LOGAN CAMPAIGN.
J-
As n o understand yon nre especially Interested
we beg to cull your attention to the foltuwhai
music, which svlU not only help, but will con
tribute very mauriuuy, i thu eutcuas of j our
nu i Hugs:
WE'LL 1-OLLOW WHERE THE WHITE
PLUME WAVES."
A bcnuttful song and chorus, price ;iOo; arrnugal
as u march lor thu piano, Duct nrruusud
tor mllttiiry haml. fiOj not.
"HON, JAM I'M II, lll,.VI.N'i;sil'l"IC MARCH
'IU Till! WIIU'E H0U.1U."
Portha piano, prlcu 4i)o; nrrantd fur military
baud, price rtou nut. The military baud
arruueetuunt can boptayod by
Bend price In podtazu u.mn tor aaraplo copies.
t iijiii or iiiuru niou.
A liberal discount lor nuuutl
IIT I1I11111LII1H4.
juil.l J. l.l,L,irt 11c ui),
0117Pcnnsylvanlauvenue, Wushlnztou, D. 0.
T he above may also bu obtained from uuyllrst
class intislu dealer In the United statos.
JOllN F. ELLIS A CO
rMPOttl'ANr
'IO DELINQUENT
1'AYElti
TAX.
Having perfected arrangements nir the pur.
chasoof "IltAVl!AUKCEItm'lOATI.H." re.
ulsnblo Inpiiyinint of SPECIALTAXia mid
UKNKIIAL) TAXES duo previous to lb32, all
partita luturcstud In tlio sultleiucnt ofTuxes can
bAVE A DISCOUNT by calling upon
WILLIAM DICKfcON,
2J1 ai-j htreet Northwest,
ocH'lm Abovo Columbia llulldlng.
pUO 1 0-ENdtA VINO
Having recently (Mod upi
PHOTO-ENtlllAVINa r.STAnLISIIP.NT
III touncctlou with my 1' AT UNI' PROOEiS, t
am prepared to furnish
ILLUSl'RA'llUNS 1'Olt NEWSPAPEUS AT
SIlURl' .N'Ol'WU.
MAUIItCli JOVOE,
418 Eleventh tttrooj Nurthwost
ll'A.TJiiJC3iPT4or3ri:?tT.
t-v t.ativ- Tiii'.fMf Anrnsnp'A iinrfti:
J J n n as governess to mail cliitdrpni bstof
r.uT
s Klv
. if A
Address J I. 1 COO U.n ft.,
Tt mpli
II
a vouno tooon l'AJtir.Y) rnrNcit-
J: V man wants pltualtont Mould glvo l'rtnrli
tedious nt modeMtn rates. Address Si. JJK
OAllllONNr.L, iuj lOlh it N. W. Ml
m jr.i-vri;ifJr,i
W ANTI?D-A GOOD COOK (WlttTIS) IN
a meilhim size! family: rr-freicis ro
quired. Audrtss A., Ilcpubllcaii Olllee. '.Ml
ysjrANTKt V. (1001) COOK. WAHHEII,
V aud IroiuT for a small fam lr: housemaid
nsistH In washing an 1 Ironing) ssuges, 110. An
ply at 16IIJ Cj lUN, W, 1-T
OLIIASANT KltONT ltOOSt, 2d I'LOOll,
jl lunusucu or uiiiuniiBiiou. .o, yn n. j,
0. N, .1. 711
WAXTVUATlfi(WTtT.AXi:OUS.
17I11TV- INCH COLUM11IA JIIOYCIXl
7 must bJlngonrt conillllsn Hudolioip. Ad
urtss, with price" BTUDKNi', lljx 2DJ City I',
O. 0-7
w
sVNl'liU-
ppnMATonoon
i) hiiMAiourijJ
ir-JWll. lUU'JU (
JfYm.tiftvni.imii.wi, bliiUrClieinK liver nr
frccfcJo't.iaUow ties, ilri'p porn, riMnem, olllnoM,
mill ciitarccJ veins of Uuiioio; tliln, lmrU, dry,
ifulpil, ft ui promuturo uray lufr; U ilJnaii, tcjujr
rcnlp. tctiufj name, irroicular cyn brow nnl
iHAlif'ijfiiiy null tin in or, eruption, blood or sicli.
illnt'Mei any cutatujom hfclr or complexion blenv
Mi, consult 1ML J. VAN DVCIC, llonnatololut,
nt once. (Mice. IVa Mi Urmit I'lace, tivlwvtn
Mn th and Tenth and U and JlitA JIgur U a
in. to 7 p. m rtundayn, U to 'Z,
11
'ANTKH-TO ANNOUNCE THAT JOHN
K, Uejill. Uutcmarnt Co.' llankt, 14111'
W,. IfuOommltsloner ofDocds for every
Htntc aitdTerii lory, United Mtatm Com iu luto ner,
Kiamlner, and Notary i'ubm;; alway in otllco
from 0 u. iu. loO p. m.
Fan JlvxTltnoMS.
in tin ruion, vj:hy
rLHAHANr UN-
J AirnUho I rooms, rn suite os. alnslel also
incniy lurnisuea roomi ou uu noor.
N. W,
14111 Q ft.
7'M
fllT MTU ST. N. W.-IuUKIU HACK
tJKIO pirlor, with dressing room, ou 1st
luur, witn board; also U suuli rooms on 2d iloor.
T-S
11 noM M.
FUltNIHIIKD OH tlNl'Ult-
J V nlsbcd reasonable ratis.
7-7
WO A HINCII.i: Oi;NTr.MAN-A NIOKf.Y
X furnished irons room In a private famtiyof
auults. KiuA bill si. N. W.
TTASBSOMi:
'AltLOIt AND CUAMlinit,
XL lite ana chterml, and n smaller rnom
nriviito uuitiyi reii'renixs. 1420 N et.
f7t,l lOTirtsr.N. W.-BUVr.ltAf,.NlUI.Y
i Lti? mrtiiaiicd rooms, iilw houso. now lur-
niturc: Kentleinon preffrred. 7M
l.lUUNISIlfcD ItOOM-J IN A NEWLY
V lilted nnd furnlstud linuio: also slat lo. ;1
stdls, una oaimm room, ll-'l lUth at, . ,
Ni:a'ii,y I'uits'i-itKU nooif, quikt
lamliy nnd in!li;lii,or.o d. 17. Call nt or
adjrron o 17JJ luth si. N. W. T-n
1.-SN HUITII, IIANIteOMIlLY FUItNIHHKD,
AU in Itio bnnsoorfiiplol bj'lbo llantsh Mill
Uier, 11124 17tbat. K. V. 7-7
riiituni
viiitMiHiri:n hoojih and two
S. nimtnutitrAtliiir tun
unmuutcailnir parlors, nnnirnlsbcd. Ulu
list. N, W., north of lu as o Jf.W,
i't
ikNK i.Antin, ruitNiaimD VltONT coiu
V lltr ni'urooni, aio iinuini'r iur,ti-oi:v. uiru
mum! will let loirt'ihor or separate.
OJU, cor.
Ulh and U tts. N. V.
7-7
Q'K 12TII bT., COHNCIt OP I-TWO
tjljyj newly furnished communicating
renins; as btdruoma or parlor und bedroom,
w
a WO rilDXr KUIlNISltlJU ltOOMH.
. Apply ut No. 118J Mil 1. N. W. 7-S1
14)SJ tl ST. N. W.-ltANDSOMIXY
f furul.hcd communlcailag pariois,
ou 1-t noor. 7-u
1 flAQ llTIt hT.-A PMtARANT 2n
J.UUO Iloor ro,m. largo wlnuows and
closers- cuuvtnlcut bath; uutt-t prlsuic lamilyi
reierencis, 7-0
T.ILl'.llANTl'AULOItANl) Jll;l)CIIAMlli:il(
newly furnished, In new house, with throe
inunws: aouiu irunb; uu vuuurru,
1033 MaL, corner 14th. 7-10
1 m ') ST. N. W.-A VKIJY IIESIIIA
1UX ble IMrulsbed Iront room, with al
tos e, on .ii iloor.
MO
OOO N. Y. AV.-20 STOHY COMMUNI
JJdJ cntlug roDms, furntshed or unfur
nished, with Urst-class table board; possession
Ulven liurmdlatcly. 7-n
'1 'tnO J' BT.-TWO Oil TIIIIUIC 1'Ult
J. OUmI nlshedreomson 2d floor, Willi tablo
buurd. 7-10
lOIJ I hT. N. W.-COMFOHTAllLY
JLJ Jl furnished south iront rooms, with
prisuiu lumlly; no children; references ex
thangeiL 7-8
HANDSOMU, K11WI.Y ruiiNisuni)
rooms, aoutbfrn exioBuro, centrally lo
uited, Willi or without board. Apply at 1011
JIB .4-. ,Y.- ' -,
-ni: ou two nooiis. ud vunon, viiont.
j nmu4.ua or uniuruuucu. -uetsA w.
7'10
-lOMFOItTAW.Y
FUIINISIIED
noosisi
V ooura ii nt
valient locum.
KJ liourtl tf rtculrod, In a privato tumllyt cnu
lyi cot
it 7-7
lit P BU j.1 Y.
1AULO.t ANIJ TWO COMMUNIOATINO
, biMrooinn un 3t Moor and rooms on :M
Iloor, fnrnliUtjJ, wttli gr witUout jOarcL
1.027 I
8t.i. vr.
77
171UUNXHIIKI) 11O0SIS, UN" hUITP, OU
Binitir, Jil aid IM Moor, to flii,tltj Runtlu
liion.ur neutlemun und wile; prlvmu lumllyi
ullmo'ltrn couveuUucei. UJ7 iut Caiiliolau
7-7
rpwo LAitou KiaiiLY ruiiNisiir.ii
JL rooms; toutlurn oxposurc; houso svlth nil
modern Improvements; wilt rent aeparalcly.
1116 Corcoran at. N. W.l rent moderatL', 7-fl
A T WU fl HT. N. W.-NICEI.Y I'Ult-
J:X nisiu'd rooms; itiao. 4 aituie rooms, suitaoio
ruruonllcnien. u amuilisi.u
7-U
9r"K ut. n. w.-i:r,i',ciANTLY run
O i lushed parlors; ulso, extra room ou
1st iloor: w 111 rent separately or together; terms
reasonable; gcntlt'infii prcltrrtd. 7-0
,0) "Tit RT. N. W.-EL1X1ANT l'UIV
X i 1. lilshed rooms at moduraio prices; very
fcupcrlur tablu board irdt sire iL 70
T AltOE, NI1WI.Y FUllNISIIKD ROOMS,
JJalnaloor tn suite; ojntrally looatodl suita
ble fir coiizressinon or othors dcsirliut a nlio,
comfnrtabio homo lu a ouUt lamliy. Inmilri)
U17FH.N. W. 7-H
943
M HT. N. W.
rooms, 3d floor.
3 UNFURNISHED
7-oc2U-tf
Md21
qulrtd.
K ST. N. W.-R00M8, WITH
board; references ulvcu and re-7-tf
l'jsnsoifAZ.
HKr REWARD WILL 11E PAID FOIt
fpOVr tbo recovery of tho body of R. I.
Tnomp.on, drowned Nov. 3, 1B8-1. A. S. TAY
l.Olt. 12.11 1' at. N. V. noO-4t
BARGAINS IN HATS OP LATKST
alylis, at New York Hat Store, 3U1 J'oun
sylvanlaavenuaN W.
mO MEN-WEAK AND UNDEVELOPED
X parts of tlio body enlarged and Invlgoratul
Address lor particulars ERIE MEUIUAL 00.,
lln Halo, N, Y;
LADI1VS may dovelnp the bust by almptasslf
treatment. Write for scaled circular and fMj
kdvlcotoERIE MEUIUAL CO.. Uullalo. N. V.
Wecuii OHnurii the public that thoie Is no bum
bug about tho above advertisement. The com
pauystands ncllot homo und abroad, and tholr
s) stem of treatment Is unquestionably a auo
tBS.--Wheellug Saturday Evening Journal.
I'mtsoxAz CoitvoiiT.
E
ASY FKUT, &o.
"Tho wIbo for h faith on dallv walkn dpnenrl .
and thounundi, trom far und near, vlilt DIt.
WIUl'lJ t bOV, 3410 i'eniiiylv.iiifa avenuo,
onpoultoWUlard'a Hotel. Waftulniton, and 11
North Kma.T Htreut, Ualtlmoro, for relief from
and avoidance of Corns, Jluulona, Inverted Nalli,
uudotberrootAllmentfl. OiUojfuo, fla iUfln.
IWrvnlztdbythcMUtoftta World,
Moyjsr to TjOAy.
x r(
iX lukui4,(fiuli,kt lowest rate of lnu-nwu
u u. ui,iiinjJisi(,
I4iiuw tor.
T ADIE3, A'WENTION.
Latest Parisian Modes In Hatr Ooo Is.
M'LLE M. J. PRANDI,
At MRS. M. J. HUNT'S, 1000 V STRERT.
RH1 WAVES. SHINOLED llANOS.
Oray Shades a Specialty.
These styles nnver need bo In the lialrdrossor's
bunds. Alwaysln order by olala oouiblnx
1 lalrDrudbud mid Hangs bblu.lu,L
ITlIB DRESd H1IIRTS T"0 OltUUlf
FINISHED AND UNFINISHED SIIIRT3
constantly ou Ihind. . .
A rtll.l, LINE OF HOSIERY and NECK
WlR Just roculvcd.
i- u. . COLL.VRS AND CU1W3.
THOMPSON'S SHIRT I'ACTOtlY.
CHAD. HYATT, PROPRIETOR.
BIO 1' Street. Opposlt Patent OOlco.
TH0 NEW
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11,11 (J II
II
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uuo
11 llo00o
W W WI'RB
W W SV W V.
WW WW 1'K
WW WW 11
W W EKIS
llli 111 "
Ii lio o
i u oo
An Entirely New
IIIOH-ARM HEWINO MACHINISi
Wblch Excels AU Others.
bOLD ON INSTALLMENTS
LlllEltAL DISCOUNT FOR CASH.
jTiTEVCRV MACHINE WARRANTED. -e
THE HOWE MACHINE COMPANY,;
033 F street N. W., Neaf Teath,
WAsmxaiost, D, a uba
Albaugh's Grand Opera House !
GRAND GALA OPENING WEEK tllom3.y, November io, i834
'Pita fnAiisvitrnl Arw ..aI t.l n t..-ftl.i nt rr-.te t .. I-..- .. ..... .. ... .
ton Light Iinantry Corpi, will bo given by the Jtcnownedand Popular
V.KV.K
1 Jlil Pi! 1U A
M MM MM MM A
A
-v.
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nr.nn
AA
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51?) il MMMM A A A
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ENGLISH
GRAND
Comprising tho strongest rrr of NOTED
Iltnnin Abbott, l,nrn Itelltnl, Mule AttnnixUtr, AVm, C'nitle, Valentin
labrlnl, TujilUpletrn, Crvinpobrllo, Ilrmlrrlck, Allen, Uulsr, Tonia.l.
SALE OF SEATS NOW OPEN
.U.A uajjco aiuoiu oi.jt.in, .
MONDAY
nrpnt rit.t.
ItOBStnl's Slastcrplcco with
HHMirtAMtDn
Abbott, Annandale, Fnbrlnl. lirodertck, Gutse,
Cuiniiobello.
TUKSDAY-Tbe Hparklloa Oriental Opera
c;ra"1U, KtNr.ronAr.AY. ,,
Abbott, AnnauUule, Castle, llrodcrlck, Allen,
nnclTazllapfetra.
WnDNi:iDAY MATIN!!! - Wallace's
Cliarmtuir Opera,
" MATllTANA,
Will) an Immense Caste of TaToritrs.
WKIiNI-.-siiay r.VKNlNU-Urnnct IteviYal
of Haifa Melollnns Opera,
iK)iit:iriAN oini.
Abbott, Annandale, Kabrfel, Allen, Taglla-
pletra.
rorui-An rnicus wn.r,
Fon JtitXTJfoviEfi.
171GT,
Til BT.-A BTOttE AND tlWKLI
n nttnrhpd. containing 14 rooms!
a 1 liewiv iMlnu d. nn
ty imlnlid. papered, aud Iu good condl.
Hon. InnulroafjfcllHhst. N. V.
IHll
IDOOMtl KOH HKNT. KN HUtTB OH MIN.
J-t gie, Willi no iril, at Kilo 1 1 si. is. w.
11.11
IpiNi: i.Aitoi: KTonE on this kntiiik
lnupr ll.inr nf Nn. J'J.l 1 llli at. N. W.. nnnnn
ortbebeHt Ihoroiiithfarcs, boL Ta. av. andK-ts.
Ina litre en premlstS; OH
TJipn KENT Oil KXCltANOK l'OH A
A! smaller house The llnral brown stono house
inthoclty, llirnlshrd or tinfiiriiHtit-il: sery low
rent to a careful teuunt. Apply on premises, u 15
4bjsi fJ.W. " a no.l.tt
F
ou bunt-
2112 Moss. av.,in i7tsirn. w.,iors. 7,i
rooms. ...1110,4Mi tin. w 8 rt. nil
01417lhsLn.w.,li Ufit ILL ava.Urs. 41
. rooms........ 100 ail.l M at. n. w.. ..... 40
l(lli) luth su n. w., 12 J.I Mass, av. n. w
.18 ra., tn. t. 100 H la 40
1R:m)I st.n. w, 101) lfil7imiin.sv..7rs.37i
awiniiuia siiiiihihi s(Fi n in
1r:ioi st.n. w,. loo 1M7
X707 N n.w 11 rs.8,iv, H'JO
llli Nn.w,, lllrs.Hlv, rs..
17" 1 1" n. w., 11 m-Bat,, 2u7 ii
Ulll 11. w., u
1707 X aLn. w M3Vi Mini II n. i. lira ...... Vlft
KlUluthsL u. W 821) Kst. R.0.,8rs.. 20
. 1 2 ra. 83V 517 N. J . av. n.w 0
Mill Hub at, n. w ra ,. 18
.I2rs 83V STilstst. n.n.,7rs. in
17U01IHI111. SV.,ll 727 2dll.svOrs...rt 17
rooms 7A 2524 1' n.sr n r.... 10
Call at ofllco for Weekly nullotlu. contalulnir
eompleto lint of all tho property we havo for
rent l'ropurly-ovvnons can havu thtlr property
advertised free by placing It tu ourebarga.
mil n. n.. fl ra.... Ul
1L1L WAIIN
nias.
anl3m
010 F street northisoat.
NO. 1410 OHT.-13.IIOOM-, COMFOllTAHLY
furulsheil housp; hoale.1 by furnace: prloe,
HO per month on a leaso of onu or moro yeiirs:
rent pas nblo monthly la advanco. luqulro next
door, 14 IB. u-tf
Fon Sat,v.
A DAYTON
WAOON AND HAnVFMll
Annlrat KDW'AIII) IIUIIK'H.
jCJl prlrc, till),
Vf.. I) ! I 'lb nn l.llh H H
i (lAltl)
HIU 1S1DCIC AMI
F1XIIMLB
1. of It. Fnltou's Loan ofllco, 314 Uth St., for
fcaloi retiring from l)U-lnea.
rpniCYci,i2s ron isu-imian ni;w, and
JL tho beat machine In the market for
the money. WM a HCUIBNlsn, 1108 15 St.
N. W. rl-noMm
OLD NKWHI'ArKlW, IN OOOD CONDI
tlon, can bo had at tho business nfllcoof
this nuir in bundles of 10 pounds for SO cents.
tfocJl-tf
Fasiizt Svrrx,iiss.
QOKKt
Jnvnhi rrnsSia cotra.
-JTTIS
2 no
..-sU
Sis Ruahols Crashed Cbke.
40Uusbels Oruluary Coke.
V liuaheui uruiniiry Cge,,
rorsaleatOQle)!
WASHINGTON GASLIOUT COMPANYJ
on AT
c.w. cnoi'LEY's druo STonn,
110 nrldseistroot, Ooorgctown.
Vegetables
In Glass.
Packed In this country nnd
in Europe. Lowest Prices. Re
member my Spring Leaf Tea.
N. W. HUJtOUELL,
1323 V STREET N. W.
pDRE AND RELIABLH
HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES,
Either by single vial or In eompleto outflts, at
iioi:rickb tafeis pharmacy
03S1 STREET,
W ASItlNOTON. P. O.
-swTOTICE TO HOUSEKJSEl'El
FFFF
1'. I
CERE
6TERLIN0.
RELIANCE.
no ti
o ou
o ou
v
"unit
IT
oo0,Wft fi
GOLDEN UILLjjj
V
WILL ALWAYS MAKE REATJTrFIJIi
ROLLS, 1111EAD. AND 11 ISO Ul I'd.
.trno1ca1oTiopot, Cornor First street andti
dlana Avenuo.
WM. M. OALT A 00.
BUTTER.
We are receiving fresh from tho dairies threo
limes a week the following well-lcnowa brands
or Tablo Uullor. vU.
THE o, q., rnF. tONOnnAM.
'1UK ROCK nATX, PLUM OltOVlS,
AND 1III.I, miooK CREAMERIES.
Noi'm.sti uup puhe liun'KU iviiPr
AND BOLD 11V US.
JOS.O.FEAKSON'S SONS,
Northern, Western, Conter, and Capitol Htll
Markets. Also, rarragut Market, andttov
enteentb and K street, norihwoat.
JlV8ixi:ss CAiuts.
A WNINQ MAKER-1L U M. UURTON,
1. 434 Uth st. n. w. ltoceptlou Cauoplus aui
li.xonitloiis for rent. All kluds of Aulug
Ttnta.qud Flag, mode.
VVNINd MAKEIt.
S. J. 1IAISLETT-817
t. Market Spuio. Awnings uiuduaud ropalrsl
and .lored during the wlntor.
BOOKS AND STATION I'.RY-E ASTON A,
11UPP, o, tor. Pa. ave. and Kllli st.
-SOMMIWSIONK.It OF
IIBF.DS-jqilN U.
VJ 11EA1.L, 141 1 F St. n. sv,
uiuiuiiasiouurur
os ery stale ami 'i erritory.
TUY UOOIIU-llAMIl.TON,
KAKTKll A
U I
hONS.11IU.2lll. anil 'Jod W. ltilthnul.lt,
II
jiuiuuiurv sv uiiiunui. uuu ruiaii.
,T
L. KEHVAND, ENOItAVINU ANIi LITIL
naranblng. Plate Printing loorilar. 1U12
Pa. av
TV,rACIIfNISrS-FOllSIIERU A, MURRAY,
OJJL 'Jiu
J7lhst. s. iv.
OLIVER'S KKPR1ISS
llaggagu, 2S cents.
184 PA, AV, N, W.
1 LATENT ATTOltNEY-CHARLliS 1.
. UOOCH. St. Cloud llulldlng, Ulb and Fats,
ii. w. Twenty yoars' oxperleuuo. Prompt uul
careful porwonal attention given every case.
m PAULSEN & CO.,
MtEbeO DECORATORS, TLAIN PA1NTINQ
AND IIHAIN1NO.
, 800 II MI-REl'-T N0HTJ1WKST.
Order, promptly attended to. eoJl-3m
rilltUNKS AND nARNKSS-JAMES B.
.JL 'IQl'HAM, 12.11 Pa. uvo. n.vr.
o
UU WINK AND OLD F.1UISND3 AKU
known o tu dob t.
Known for years ai the onlr place whtro (Irjt
daAH-ttcoud-lluud Clothing can ho mid. ut r
rtptttuLjlaprlco Adate44or caUab
JUbiU'tJOLUBTANIX
No. flio u Utrett NortUwosU
N. Tl.-Noie wwot by maU promptlfntf ndodtx
Tt
H UARROVER,
Manurooturer of
iTOVES, RANUES. AND 1'URNACES,
13 7xu STR SVUR PA. AVa.
iinnii
nnn
TTnT TTTTT
M 11
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mnn
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O IJ
(1 o
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() o
000
T 'r
T T
T T
T T
T T
T T J
mnn
n
A
ii
A U1J1IU
OPERA
inun
COMPANY,
AIITI8TS cvr licnrd In KnjllshOnnrsi
. . uatj Pennsylvania Avonuti
THUllHDAY-Wltli Thr.rrlmDonn.
M10N0N.
Abbott, llclllnl, Annandale, Castle, Brodcrlck,
is lien, uampoocilt),
riltDAY-Abbott's " Ijvt Iloso of Summor,"
MAUTIIA.
Abbott, Annandale, 1'abrlnl, Allsn, Ilroderlelc
'laglluplcira.
BATUItDAY-
11MMA AlinOTT MAT1NKR
English of Verdi's
II, TflOVATOnK,
With a Btronj Cost of all the ravorlten.
nn tin
rnnvAir. BKctmn hkatb iiaiily.
AldVS VMEXT.I.
F
once.
TltllOUCliN OP SUCCESS.
A comedy Bucciaa,
MOTHnil AND CHILD,
A HCAUTIFUI, PLAY,
AHTI8T10ALI.Y ACTKD.
NEW BCKNKnY.
NEW ArrOINTMENTfll
QtHIENA.
QtlHKNA.
U1IKUNA.
QUKI'.NA.
tlUI'.HNA.
Utini.NA.
I4IIKH iA.
Utll.KNA.
UlJI.r.NA.
QUI-UNA.
(1UKL1NA,
QUEENA MATINEB BATU11DAY.
Balcony Only 25 Cents.
MONDAY, NOV. 10,
The Great London Success.
sra-A hoop or ooi.ni ir
ATIONAL TUEArliiT
KVEnT EVKNINO AMU SATURDAY MATINEC
SHOOK A COLLI KIl'S COMrANY.
la Robert Iluchanan's Oreat Drama,
STOltM-nKATEN,
With all the Mannlllcent Hcento EITocta. Includ
top; tho lloallallc Aurora llorcatla, as pro
duced at tho Union squaro Thea
tor. New Yorsr,
MATIXHIl B VTUIIDAY.
The Oreat Arctic Iteirao Scone, participated la
by tho Koscucrs oriha Ureely Lady Iranlt
lln Hay llxptslltlon in their Orlnlnal
Contiimoa, as svorn by them on
lhat memorable occasion.
1IATINEK HATUntlAYAT Ottn 8TANDAHD
1'IIIOES, US, 51), and 70 ccnl.
Next weelc, commencing Alondav, Nov. 10.
MILAN OltANll ITALIAN WEItA.
TO'ATIONAr, TUEATlUt.
OF WEKIt OP NOVEMDEU 10.111
THE MILAN OPERA COMPANY
GRAND ITAlTlAN OPERA.
Monday evening, Vrrdl'a Maaterwork,
Glannlnl, Serbollnl.Wllman't, llologna, Mcstress,
and Damarlnnl,
Tuesday...... .. .TROVATOnn,
Ulanntn), WUmant, Mtstnsa, and 1'erL
Wedncsda) KIUOLETTO.
uu, willuaui, oviuuiini, jivauui, null
1'erL
Thnraday , -.. NORMA,
u(ltonnlnl, Serbollnl, Orlandl, and Jiamarlnnl.
rrlibiy ,..,.. II. UUAIINKY.
Ulannaul, Wllmant, llologna, ticrbollul, and
Perl.
SATURDAY MATTNKE.....A1DA.
llox sheet for salo of seats now open.
Reserved aeats (1.60, fj, and I? 110
Ooneral a Imls ilon - 1 OO
rpiIU,VTRE COMIQUE,
A GENTLEMEN'S RESORT.
BEATRICE LEO AND HEtl NOVELTT
QUEENS, CONNERS and I1ANKB,
EVERY NIOIIT.
Matinees Tncsda) a, 1 hursdaya. and Hatnrday
TIME MUSEUM.
another mo snow I
Thellnst In America for the Monay.
Every Alternoon and Night This week.
Read what a host of Nw Stars-Caster and
Anderson. NeedhamandKtlly. WIllMttcham,
Ilia Mtolch lluglcr and Milanese Harpist. Mifl
Nellie A ndcraou MIssAUce Evans. TheKm
irnnu Marlonetts. The Amans, lliomaa and
Nellie. The dreat (laylord. Prof, Everett and
tho urrgory sisters, wliu hosts of curiosities la
the Museum.
ADMISSION TO ALlToNLY 10 CENTS.
JjlIRiT GRAND FAIR
OF THE
ARTHUR RIFLE CORPS,
To be Held at Maaonlo Temple, Commencing
N0VEM11UR 10 to 10. Inclusive.
Dancing ovory orentpg.
Krugrr'a Orchestra.
Admission, 10 Cent.
Musto by rrot
nnll-nt
rilWO DAYS' TR0TT1NO AT IVY ClTYr
NOVEMllERO AND a
Pint Day 3;0U C1hm.-B cntrlea,
2.J0 Clas.-4 intrles.
Second Day 2:4r, Cl.uit 0 cntilss.
2"2fi Class.! cnir.ta
Admission to all privileges, CO cents. Races
commenoo at 2 m. no3-4t
TJILLIARDi B1LLI.UID4
ART JllLLIARD PALAOK,
4111 and 415 NINTH ST.
News of all bportlng Events llase Ralb Rao.
foe, Ac., both lu this country and Europe, ro-
tVlvoddaUy. M. H. bCANLON. Proprietor.
T
,UE "ELITE.-
lllLLIARDS, POOL, AND HAMPLE R00M3,
llatchelor Dros.' Key Kast Havana Cliars.
C. W. HOLL. I'roprletor.
a
FnVCATIOXAT..
XTR. EltNEST LENT,
uraduate of tbo Royal Conservatory of Lolpslg,
Piano, Violin, Vloloncollo,t Composition, Eng
llsh, Oerman, French, llallao spokca. RcsU
dpnee, 512 Tenth street northweat. no5-svs2t
SHELDON'S DANCINO ACADEMIES, 1004
1' .UN, W., Tuesdays, Thlirsdas, and bat.
nrdays; Waablngton Hall, Odst. and Pa. av. H.
E Mondaya and Fridays, bend lor circulars of
term, for renting either hall to 1004 1'st. N. W.
selo-Pm
PIANO LISSONB.WITIITHCHNiqUE AND
harmony, Lei pale method, at H2) nth nt, N.
Vt m A It moon bourn. oolMim
HOWE'H IlOOKKlSKPZNU-TJIIfi HllOlilf
cat method In the United Stat a; mon tin ol
ttuily iftved; no teit booki; open all tho yiar
day and nisht sensilon, with penmanship, Va,
10 a inoniltt 1Ti for threo months; ltowo't
JUpld .Uuslnetn renmanshln M'ine, f i: ftcholari
taujtht ueimrntely. UOWll'tt 01UaiNK33
HcAoOT.jftl7 7lhBt.
1
1 1.
lEN0UUIANJlUrtINlCS3COIJ4KOB,COI
uer mninnnu usireia normwu wru
, commodlouri halln, narloru, and clmw
rooms. Complete In tuclutleri for iralnlnu uom
and dauhler, and men und womun for atiir
eupport unci Independence. JTnll corp of ahlo
touchers. )ay undnUhtseniilonri, Utudeiitn to
eel ved at nny lime. Cull or nond for circulars
Hcholarihfp for year from dato of entrance,
dav or night, fo(X Per Quarter. Uuy, 'JU t ulgbt,
'-. . !. CrlTsl'nnll t TltT nw lsnll.4
unu ui urn QiiiuujiA.it j "i t-Knui
wrllinff machlno taught In u ipcclal Ucpurtmcnt,
MacUluesouaote. & ,
1'rUiclpuU
waa a., nt'iism r.it, victmuh-uhhi
JS lorpirii; rfoiini hwitj:mi.uu au. laia
audl114th Bt.M W,. WiwMiwinn. ). tt A
coiuili)to school rourBni:iiKli.tj, bcli'iithlo, C'lii
. tiTt-Ht fuj-niiipn for modern huuttiue nur
r:"r ?-.. - ." . .;i .. ' . .- ir:..: "
rl-iihiflv l'rndi und lierniAll.
Mtisla (phtno. I'roC Anton (lloetzner). A Uol
Y l rencji una litsriimii. su, iucuuuii.
nlitno. L'roC Anton (lloetzner). A Ool
lejilaie ('oiintc. AUo IJectlvo tJoursi's fur ad
vnnetid BtlldonlA
ivepa ration rlojut-n tux Vouar
lUOtlurCQUf-JHI,
i llfjefl. Cull at l'iU I4in si. n. w.
th it. n.
or uddriwi Mil aud ixua. W. V,
CAW.LU
rrlnclpuli.
HUJj'll
jL learn drawing and palntlnK Is at tho Nv
tlonul Acudumy of Hue Aru, lHthtt. andN. V,
N-v-
uv, Ytunt o hiuuj puyi'. ituvvpituuit iroi
WuliifBUny avenluifi at H u'uloclc, nol-tf
3
JJ0.17fJ-VO.
ruuwYV irv. w'w
F
DININQ rtoom.
tlO F STREET NORTHWEST.
rutiNisnED ROOMS.
s
TIIETREMONT."-THIB 1I0USE HA1
tiecii repanered and repalntod, and lu
erv wav nut In flrst-claa. order. It Is tho cool.
every way put In
t mill mn.it iIrhIi
est and most iiesiraoie place ro hoium lu tne city.
Term., ( a, til), ,10, aud 1 13 per uioulu. Hens,
and hall liealed by steam.
JloTi:m, iOc.
rpiiE TTiDiiin'i
wasiiinotqn. n a
ARMY AND NAVY HEADQUARTERS,
POUR IRON 1'IItE-EtiOAl'E'i
STT TERMSl 13 AND t PER DAY. -g
OT, JAMES HOTEL
fON THE EUnijrEAN PLAN1,
Corner HUtb street yd l'vnnsvlvaula Avenust.

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