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THE NATIONAL T?FPniLTOAN: FBI DAT MORXTNTG. NOVEMBER 7. 1884.
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ble, forsubscrlbers without churgu ttjioti appli
cation. Iteln icil manuscripts cannot be returned.
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ders, bank drafts, or tliciks tolbc order of the
Isftiioti.il Itepubllcan Co. nlw nys nt render's rl.k.
No rtrel)i for subscriptions returned. The
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wplrei.
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Entered at tbe 1'ostofTlce nt Washington, D. C,
a second-class matter.
FRIDAY, NOVi:MIli:il 7, 1631.
Until It ll known which oandMats
lias rocclvod tlio largest number of votes
in tho otnlo of Now York no mortal man
can toll who lms boon elected president.
Tho voto is bo closo that it recount will
ho ncccM.irjr to determine tho icsult to
an absoluto certainty. A recount of tho
yoto of Now York city Increased Cleve
land's voto nearly 1,000. Cato last night tha
nnnounconiout was mado that n recount
of tho voto of Wostchcstor had glvun
Clovoland -100 moro votes than ho had
according to tho original count. Thero
nro cloven moro democratic counties to
hear from in tho state, mid if tho des
Ticrnto tricksters who havo chargo of
Cleveland's canvas J keep on finding
votes thoy may succeed In stealing tho
presidency. It will bo well to rem t ru
ber, bowovor, that If thero Is to bo a
recount It will not bo confined to donio
emtio counties. Tho republicans will
havo their innings, and thoy will sco to
it that no votes that belong to them get
lost or fall to find n placo In tho returns.
Tho republican stato contral vommlttco
in an address claim tho state, and say
that tho olllcial count will vorlfy this
btntement.
It will bo Imposslblo to olect without
Now York. Without Indiana anil Now
York tho democrats will havo 1CJ doc
toral votes. Giving them Indiana, they
'will Bt ill bo IS short. Thoy can loso In
diana, however, and oloct with tho nld of
tho Empire State. Tho eatno Is truo of tho
republican!. Without Indiana or Now
York thoy havo 182 votos. With Now York
they will havo -18 votes.
It will probably bo sovoral days beforo
tho result Is fully determluod.
He laughs best who laughs last.
The Bel to party has given up hopo.
The spirit of bourbonlsm Is tho samo
north and south. It runs largely to
mobs.
It was well for tho local democratic
political eunuchs to colebrato early. Tholr
next oxcrclso will bo n howl.
How DO tho Miss Nancies who didn't
voto for Illalno bccauso'ho wasn't truly
--pjoniiiM u,.vaim,.,), ri,A) ,) t1lot
comes up from tho Bolid south?
WmtE killing off Kollogg's supporters
tho Louisiana thugs forgot to keep nn oyo
on Gov. Halm's district, and ho slips Into
congress. They do things better In Mis
sissippi. No republican gets away In that
lovely stato.
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Skmocratb overywhoro wont into tho
.Jollification business last night. Thero
Vtis speaking and jelling aud cannon fir
ing and flioworks. Thcyjolllflod early
r fair thoy might not havo a chanco tn
Jollify at all. When Mr. Illalno Is Inaug
rated president It will bo a plcasuro for
thorn to remember that they went
through tho form of eating tholr cako
when they thought they had it.
BncAUSE tho returns do not como in to
please tho democratic mobs of lloston and
Now York thoy propose to kill Jay Qould
and gut tho offices of the companies in
which ho Is interested. When tho mobs
dispose of Jay Gould and hU properties
thoy might turn their attention to tho
600,000 men of Now York who votod for
Dlnlno nnd Logan, Theeo gentlemon are,
in a measure, responsible for tho unsatis
factory character of tho ro'turns, looking
at them from a bourbon standpoint.
CoKoitnesstiN Keli.ouu'8 explanation
of his defeat will pro.o pleasant reading
to tho republicans who voted against
Illaluo that tlio republican party might
bo rcbukid for nominating such a wicked
man. Theso nro tho reasons ho gives:
Hull-dozing was resorted to lubotbfet. Mark's
and Iberia parishes. Illtlio latter parish nearly
all our colored loaders siero killed and our
whlto lender Imprisoned, Drlbcry, Intimida
tion, ballot-box ttulllng, and murder equalled
nthlng ever beforo known In tho history
iuuof this state.
What n travesty of political justico it
is to sco n democrat representing tho
lnmous "Shoestring" district of .Missis
sippi. Originally thrown together so
that It might comprlso all tho populous
black counties nnd bo tho ono hopelessly
republican district of tho state, tho con
scientious lobbera repented of ovoti that
mensuroof Justice to their political oppo
nents, and by virtuo of tho Bhotgunjniul
midnight lash now send a bourbon to
rnisrcprcscdt a district that has over
0,000 republican majority on n fair
count. Thus do tho bourbons illustrato
tho beauties of a "free and unbought bil
lot" and their lovo of political aud per
sonal freedom.
The Next House of Iteprrselitiiilvcs.
Homo very familiar figures will bo miss
ing from the next housu of representatives.
Tho flamo-bcaded pair of wits, Ochiltree
of Testis, and Uolford,of Colorado, Mill no
longer bliod a Bunset glow, as It were,
around tho tents they lately warmed,
liobluson, of Now York, can no lougor
rear nloft before tho spoakor his tremen
dous shock of white hair ns ho prepares to
burl defiancu In tho teeth of foreign
princes, potoutatiw, nnd powers, liorr,
tho witty MlUilgaudor, has geuo down
beforo an obscuro gricnhacker, Haton,
tho honest old Connecticut bourbon,
gives way to ills old-timo oppo
nent, John It. Buck. Kellogg, of
Louisiana, has at last found bourbon
bullets too much for oven tho 10,000
majority In his district, and his scat will
bo filled by a man whoso skirt) nro dyed
with tbo warm lifo blood of murdered
republicans, l'luerty, tbo bright Irish
Journalist, gives way to tbo Ignorant pro.
prletor of a Chicago whisky saloon, lioso-
crans is missing from tho I'aclflo coast
delegation. Frank ilurd will no longor
tesblo to biavcly expound tbo freo-trado
theories that his party associates bcllovo
In, but nro too cowardly to dofend.
Iltirrov, of Michigan, has again boon do
ftated by Ynplo.
Hut thero tiro many strong men returned
to leglilato for tholr country. liandnll,
Carlisle, Cox, Morrison, Springer, l'ltidlay,
Hammond, llnwltt, I'oran.C'urtln, Itcatian,
and Mills will bo burn to lead tlio demo
cratla contingent, and Kulloy, I'eod,
llrowno, Miscode, MoKInioy, Iluttorworth,
Henderson of Iowa, Long, ltaniny, Itlce,
1'liolps, (loft", Dluuloy, and Kctcham will
bo nromlncut on tho ropubllcan sldo. Tho
democratic majority will not bo as largo
ns It was lu tho forty-eighth congress,
but it ulll bo largu onougb for all prac
tical purposes.
'"lie l'lrcttolt In Neve York.
Tho situation in Now York at this
moment of writing Is of gravo and ab
sorbing interest. With about 1,200,000
votes polled, "llaluo has carried
tho stato by a scanty plurality of a
fow hundred. Hut tho margin Is sonar
row that tho state hangs trembling In tho
balance, lu such n doltcato condition of
nil'alrs a heavy toniptntlon is oflercd toun
scrupulous election olllcors to so manipu
late district returns ns to boud tho result
In favor of tho party to which thoy bo
long. Doth parties, through tholr man.
agors, strenuously claim to havo carried
tho st.ito, and tho publto will porhnps
havo to onduro tho prcsont strain of anx
iety until tho olllcial returns Inivo been
tnidu to tlio secretary of stato and boon
compared and compiled. In tho mean
tlmo wo think that tho outcome of tho
canvass will provo that Mr. lllalno has
carried tho I'mplro stato by a plurality
that will fall bolaw a thousand. This Is
certainly cuttiug it rather lino, but It Is a
enso whero ono voto Is enough.
It Is apparent that tho condition of
Jeopardy In which tho ropubllcan party
has beon placod Is duo to tho fanatlc.il
folly of those republicans who voted for
St. John. It Is safo to say that nlno out
of ovcry teu who voted for him wcro re
publicans In ovcry Horn of tholr political
belief, asldo from tho single question of
prohibition. It Is moro than plain that
had they put thilr Impractical tempor
anco theories In tho background and
voted for Illaluo and tho party with which
their genorat sympathies ran lllalno's
plurality would havo oxecodod Oarllold's.
Tho rovcngofttl spirit shown by somo of
Mr. Conkllng's friends in Oneida county
is another clement that counts largely in
bringing about tho ovtfonio closeucss of
tho voto. This may, howovor, bo fairly
sot off against tho democratic fuod that
cost them so much In Albany county.
Not Yet Itcntly for Mob llulr.
Tho wild mobs that aro threatening to
destroy (olograph nnd newspaper ofllcos
In Now York, lloston, and other largo
cities becauso tho cloction returns from
New York do not agrco with democratic
preconceived notions of what theso ro
turns ought to bo aro disgraceful boyond
oxpresslon. They dlsgraco the demo
cratic party nnd thoy dlsgraco tho nation,
Do tho drunkon rioters snpposo that
their threats of vlolouco or tho nctunl
destruction of all tho telegraph wires
aud republican nowspaper ofllcos In tho
country would rhango tho rosult if a
count of tho votes shows that Illaluo and
Logan havo been oloctod? If thoy do
thoy aro woefully left.
If the republicans cast moro votes than
tho democrats In Now York Mr. Illalno
,tu to lunuguraicu prosldeut as suiu as
tho sun rises on iho morning of March
A, 18S3. To attempt to thwart tho will of
tho peoplo would bo revolution, nnd tho
peoplo aro in no mood for revolution.
Thoy will crush out organized roslstauco
to tho laws of tho land as remorsolessly
as a man would crush tho head of a rat
tlesnake. If, on tho other hand, Clovcland and
Hendricks havo rccolvod n plurality of
tho votes of New York, and of tho other
northern states that aro necessary for
thorn to curry to obtain n majority of tho
votes in tho electoral college tho demo
cratic candidate for president will bo
seated In tho white houso, as will bo his
right, and ho will moot with no oppo
sition from republicans. Tho peoplo,
regardless of politics, will hold up his
hands.
Hut Mr. Clovoland will not bo put Into
tho whlto houso as Its master becauso
howling mobs havo mado up tholr miuds
that ho has bcou oloctod and that ho must
bo put thero whethor or no. Men who
havo beon carried off tholr foot by oxclto
ment must cool down. Tho general
circulation of fnlso reports of returns docs
not maka theso reports truthful nnd If
monducious politicians nud newspapers
have Inflamed tho pnssions of their igno
rant followers by sondlng out falso roports
tho responsibility will rest on them,
Tho spectacle of untamablo mobs raging
through tho stroots of great cities, and de
manding that tho candiduto of a party he
declared president, right or wrong, Is not
n pleasant ono, and tho peoplo do not llko
it. Mobs have tried many tiiuos to rulo
this country, but Wo do not recall many
instances in which thoy havo succeeded.
Mob rulo In frco America has proved a
lamentable failure. Tho peoplo may go
wild with oxcitcmont.bu ton sober second
thought they settlo down and rosolvo to
oboy the law.
Tho hoarse-voiced, brass. lunged mobs
that aro at tho present writing disgusting
tlio world and bulling Cleveland stock
should loso un tlmo In subsiding beforo
tho popular roactlon catches nnd sweep)
them asldo. Thoy will not seat Mr, Clovo
land wrongfully. Wo aro not yot ready
for mob rule.
Tliu Vlrfilnlu llciMilillcnns.
Virginia is still clnlraod by both partloi,
but tbo Indications aro that tho demo
cratic claims nro based upon tbo bettor
grounds. However tbo stato may havo
cone, tho Virginia republicans aro to bo
heartily congratulated upon tho gallant
light thoy Imvo mado In tbo faco of heavy
odds. If beaten, thoy nro not badly
bcaton, and lu view of tbo facts, as wo
now know them, It Is plain that tbo re
publican national commltteo committed a
tactical mistake In not making a bard
flirht for tbo state. It should havo been
plowed with speakois and harrowed
with nowspapers and documents. Tbo
stato loaders of tho party worked
bravely nud harmoniously for success,
but tbey wero not supported from with
out, as results now provo tbey should
havo boeu. Had tbo commltteo turned e
part of tho stream of spoakors, campaign
litoraturo, and money used elsowhora into
tho Old Dominion, wo aro convinced tho
return would havo proved eminently
satisfactory.
Tho republicans did romarkably well
In eastern Virginia and In tho Shenan
doah Valley, but along tbo lino of tho
Virginia Midland, nnd tn tho southwest
ern counties particularly, tho scarcity of
I spcakcrsand means for brluglng out tholr
I voters oporatcd to prevent tlio party from
polling tho voto that would havo boen
tholrs had they boon properly sustalnod
aud rovjn'orojd.
Tho population in tbo southwestern
cnuntlos Is mainly whlto, and hoartily
supported Mabono In tliu days of road-
Justoristn, giving Cameron, for govornor,
ovcry D.OOO majority. Tho Infamous Dan
vlllo circular loniporttrlly turned theso
counties over to tho bourbons by plnylng
upon tho local southern raco fooling. It
is peculiarly n district whero an able
spcikltigcatuplgti should havo boon con
ducted, with orators furnished by tho
national committee. A tomporato and
skillful presentation of tho protection
Issttn In that soctlou would havo produced
a (sonorous return of votes for Illaluo aud
Logan.
(4 Hut bygones nro bygones. Tlio oloctlon
Is over, and tho fact romalns that tho
Virginia republicans mado n gallant fight
that should recalvogonorous appreciation
and recognition from tho party at largo.
If tho solid south was not brokonlt was
not bocnttsoof any lack of woll-illroctod
effort on their part, l'rom tholr gallant
lender, Mahotie, down to tho humblest
voter, nil did well.
Delayed litre tlflll ltetlirilf.
Impatlont peoplo complain and won
der nt tho slowness with which tho elec
tion returns In tho doubtful state otuo
In, A moment of nulct reflection would
suggest tho explanation. In tho case of
n stato that goes for cither party by a
heavy majority tho fact soon becomes
patent to nil, and fow enro to Inquire
Into tho minor dotalli. Still, In all such
cases tho returns from romoto and hardly j
nccosslblo districts aro coming In lor
days aftor tho oloctlon, but public curl
oslty having been allayed no ono but tho
election ductals to whom the returns aro
mado pays any attention to them.
Hut In the present condition of nffatrs
theso straggling returns from country
districts, uillc away lroni tho railroad and
telegraph, become of singular Intorost, and
public curiosity hangs with keen solid
tudo upon tho fateful figures thoy will
bring, and fancies thero Is something
extraordinary in tho delay attending tholr
publication. Such Is not tho caso, how
aver. It Is a featnro of all elections, and
is only brought to tho publlo attention
when an important statu becomes as pain
fully closo as Now York now Is. Tho
Kraplro stato has many sections not
rcacbod by rail or olcctrlo wlro. Iu Clin
ton, Franklin, Kssox, Hamilton, Her
kimer, and St, Lawrcnco counties, for
instance, nro to bo found districts requir
ing long trips by Etngo or horseback
beforo tho telegraph can bo reached nnd
local nows transmitted to tho outer world.
It Is from such romoto districts that tho
prosont worrying dolay in transmitting
election returns has occurred.
Tolm Krlly nml Cleveland.
It looks as though Tammany had really
supported Clovoland with unexpected
fidelity. It is easy to soo that 00,000 men
who voted for Ulalno gavo their support
to tho two democratic candldatos for
mayor, and tho overwhelming dofoat of
Tammany indicates that tho largor part
of them voted for tho County Democra
cy's candidate. Tho natural conclusion
Is that Clovclaud's particular friend Hu
bert O.Thomp'on and his followers Bold
him out to gain ropubllcau votos for
Graco. No doubt some of tho rank and
fllo of Tammany tradod Clovoland In ox
chango for votes for Grant, but as botwoon
Tammany and tho County Democracy,
tho upshot of tho mayoralty contest
plainly shows that tho forinor as n body
stood, by Clovcland moro faithfully than
-lit lb luM.r '. ttl-w.J...,.l..M
noto what recognition Kelly will now
receive from tho democracy at largo and
also In what dogreo bis control of Turn
many will bo shaken by tho crushing de
feat tho notod body has mot with undor
his leadership. Thoro is no doubt much
silont regret rankling In tho bosoms of
his followers to-day that Grady's lead was
not followod. In that case Tammany
would havo beat tho County Democracy
out of eight; In. trading, benton Clovoland
decisively, and gained completo control
of tho fat city I atronago, for which thoy
must now hunger in vain.
ICeep Cool.
Tho closo and doubtful iesuo of tho
election is apt to render men excited and
Irrational. Wild talk is curront on tbo
stroots ns to what will bo dono if Cleve
land Is not declared olectod or If Illaluo
is not declared elected. Thoro Is no oc
casion for this. Tho uncertainties that
cloud tho situation nt present will soon
be cleared away, aud wo will know bo
yond doubt who has carriod Now York,
and with it tho presidoncy. If it has
gono for Clovoland ho will be tho next
president. If It has gono against him
Ulalno will bo Inaugurated with duo
honors on tho 4th of March next. It
would bo woll for mon to refrnlu from
tho uso of throats and expressions that
they will soon bo ashamed of, Either
Clovoland or Illalno will bo for tho next
four years tbo official head of this na
tion, and whoover of tho two shall pres
ently be shown to havo n majority of
the electoral collego will bo peaceably
Inaugurated. To this lawful end tho
support and Inlluonco of good law-abiding
citizens of both parties should bo
heartily awarded. Let us havo peuco.
In addition to shrieking vlotory In
every hoadllno nud screaming It lu every
editorial, tho Now York H'orW of yester
day adorned its first pago with n largo
and loud woodcut, labelled "Tbo Man for
the Hour nud tho Occasion," reprcsotitlug
Mr. Cleveland In tho act of Bhovollng gar
bago on Knit Capitol street. Ho seonis so
admirably flttod for tho work and to bo
doing it so handsomely that tho Goddess
of Liborty has desceudod from her perch
on tho dome to get a nearer view of it.
Wo did not understand that Mr. Clovoland
expected to como hero to ongago In tbo
scavenger buslnoss, but, now that wo do
understand It, wo offer no objection. Ho
will not bo nblo to got board at tho whlto
houso, howovor.
A1IOUT I-HOl'lilC.
Cou John P. Wit kins, 5th Infantry, was In
Et. l'aul last Monday from l'ort Kcogii, Mon
tauo, on bis way oast ou lcaro.
Gt.oiioi'. W, 1'i.cK, of Mllwaukco Sun, has
set on 'children, which, an exchango says, Is
Just ono less than tiro busbels.
Hon, CuAiiLi-M O'Xmu., of Philadelphia, who
was ro-electod to congress ou Tuesday, was lu
tho city yesterday for a fow hours.
Mns. Ul.AlwroNn Is said to bo a very fair
pianist, wbllo tho premier Is very fonl of
singing ballads In a very robust voico to bis
wife's accompaniment.
Assistant Sukoeon P. F. Hahvev, U. S. A.,
reported several da) s ago for duty In Washing
ton. Ilo and his family buve quartets fur tho
present at tho llamlllon.
Gkn. 11, If. aitiEiLsoN, colonel, 10th United
(States cavalry, passed through Bau Antonio,
Texas, last Friday, en route north ou lcaro
from Fort Davis to visit his family,
Hrnry W. Harms, an Albany, N. Y., Jour
nalist nnd a prominent Mason, died last
Friday of consumption at San Antonio, Texas,
whero bo bad gone for his health.
G km. 1). F. Dutlkk will arrive hero tbUfraorn
In to attend to his law business boforo tho su
premo court and tho court of claims, and par
ticularly to prepare his caso against tbo United
I tstiitcs for damages on account of tho extension
of the dam at Ureal I'all
Till: l'LKKAUY COUXCtli.
'leellng of Archbishops In Itittlmoro I.slt
.light Ths Imposing Profession to Tule
l'lite Sett fXunila.
IlttTtvonc, Nov 0. A conference of nil tho
archbishops of tho Cathollu church lu tho
United Stab s, preliminary to Ibo opening of
tho third plenary cotim-ll on Sunday tiaxt, was
held this evening, at tlm residence of Arch
bishop Gibbons, njiostollo delegate, llio nets
mid decrees formulated nt tho icccnt meeting
of tho theologians In this city, being the prin
cipal work lor llio council, wire placed before
tliu Ifrchblahops nud gono in or, All thonrch
bishops were present, ns follows; Most Jlevs.
Wllliatos nt lloston; Corrlgan, nf .Now York!
llynu.or l'biliulelphlni l.niuy of Santa Foj Co
adjutor Archbishop i'lilpjlnlo, of Hanta t'e;
Aleiuany, of San Frnneltco, and Coadjutor
ArLhl)lsliopKlorilan,nrSnn I'ranrlsco; Signers,
'ifOreguu, IlcUs, nfjllhuuikte; Utiry, blUw
Orleans! l.Mcr, otclncltitintl; rechnn.of chl
rngn, nnd Kenrlck. or tit. J.ouls. Archbishop
UlnUnis, nsnM)sto1lo delegate, presUlcd.
llio opening nekton ol tho plenary council
will be hold on Sunday next at the Cathedral.
The ceremonies ou tho occasion will cousin of
ntolcmti procession of tho clergy nud ponti
fical hlli mass, rollowed by a sermon aud tho
format openWig of tho council.
Atu..toa. in, tho most res erend nrchblrhops.
right nverend bhhops, ripht reverend
mitred abbot", right reverend nud very
reverend monslgnorl, lery res trend ad
ministrators nnd procurators, will iTCct
In tho nrcliletilncopal residence, Xortli
Charles utriet. 'Ibo other members of tlio
council, tho visiting clergy, nnd scuilnartcs of
H. Hulplcc will meet ut U.ln. in. at St. At
phoiiMis hall. At 10 a. m. the procession will
lenott. Alphonsus hall nnd proceed to tho
nrchlepl'copal resilience, and then proceed to
tho Cathedral. Tho order of procession will
bons follons: Cross licarer, carrying tlio lint-
cesslomtl cross, followed by (etnluarlans of St.
Fulplcc,
Jtrgulnr clergy, secular clergy,
t nruiTiiif In ns .I tin i.iti.il1 ntlT
unr eicrgy. secular cicrgy, cunnicrw,
.inns ol the council, omclals of Ibo
council, superior of religious orders, rectors of
.UUIIllli Oil, 'Villi! Ut ll'l.tlfitl IIIUVl,IVl,Un Ul
thcolodeal Hrmlunries. strv resereiid nnd
nifni rcierenil inonsiguori, rigni rcrcreua
mltrod abbots, right reverend bishop",
most rc erend archbishops, censer
bearer, carrying the censer, archcplf
copal cross bearer between two aco
lytes, assistant priest of llio most rci erend
npostnlla delegate, most reierend apostolla
delegate belli ten his deacons of honor, Insig
nia bearers of the must reverend apostolic
delegate. The seminarians, reverend cicrgy
olid chanters Mill bo s.cstcd In cassock, sur
plice, nnd blretum. 'llio reverend regular
ilergy lu tho habit of their respective orders.
Iho theologians In amice, alb, cincture, red
stoics, ami red chasubles.
The officials or tho council, superiors of re
ligious orders, rectors of xemluarles, and mon
slguorl lu surplice (or rochet), iimlcc, red copes,
nnd blretum. Tlio right reverend mltrid ab
bots In the habit of their rcapectlvo orders,
red cope and plain nhltoinltor. ltlghtrei erend
bishops and most rci erend archbishops In
rochet, nmlcc, red copes, and plain gold
miter. Tho assistant priest In surplice, nmlcc.
red copo and blretum. Tbe deacons of honor
innmlce. alb. cincture, and red dalmatics.'! he
most rovcrend npostollo delegate in nmlce.alb,
cincture, red stole, red cope, and precious
miter. During tbu procession tho hymns,
"Vcnl Creator hplrlttis" (the hymn to tho Holy
O host), "A o Maria Stella" (tho hymn to tho
lltessod Virgin), and tho l'salms 80, N, nnd G
miii uo sung uy uio rorcrenu cicrgy nnu cuoir,
Tho most rci erend npostotlo dclegato nn
rcachltu: tho nltar iilllslnirtho nravor totho
iioty unosi anuio mo iiiessen virgin, poiron
ess ol tho cathedral, l'outlllcnl high mass
will then bo celebrated by his graco the Most
llcv. Piter Ulchard Kenrlck
eg. n. i.. arenbis ion
or Kt. Louis. Tho mass Of each bunday will
bo thatorthelloiyUhost, except tholnst, which
w 111 bo that of tho Most llolv'l rlnltv. or mass
nf thauksgli lug. At the end of tbo pontltlcal
nigumass mo .mosi r.ev. ruiriCK J. itjan, it.
)., archbishop of Philadelphia, will preach
tho opening sermon, his subject being "the
Church lu Iter Councils." After the tcrinon
tho ceremonies proper to Iho opening session
w ill begin as folluu s : Anthem uhd pnnlm by
the choir, l'rayer by tho apostolic delegate,
l.ltany of (ho saints by tho choir. Prayer by
theapostotto dclegato. (Jospel by the deacon.
HSmn, "Vcnl Cnalor," by tho choir. Address
by tho npostollc dtlcgatc. l'ormal opening of
the council. Heading of preliminary decrees
which reirard' tho rules to bo observed In tho
council. Koll of members called, l'roiesslon
of fulth made by all tho members or tho
council. Announcement of tho date or tho
following session. Papal benediction by tho
npostollo delegate. Iteturn of tho procession
to tho arehiepiscopal residence. ,
The leglslatllc proceedings will not be made
publlo until they uavo been sent to Homo and
roilcued thero as required by tho laws of tho
church.
TllEMKNIJOUS TIDES.
Tlio Great Storm on tbo Korth Atlantic Coast
and the Daniairo It Did-
i ATninroiNT, woTBr-v, Tov, o. Tho storm
rnged lurlously during tbo 'right.'' mots bl
fifty years' experience who remained In tho
signal bureau nil night stnle that theyncicr
remember having seen and felt such n storm.
'1 lien nies mounted to the height of 00 to CO
leet. At ono tlmo during tho ulgbt people
fully cxjicclcd to be carried awny bodily. To
day tho Muter Is still roaring ami splashing,
A party of boatmen sent out tilth a pilot to
bourd tho steamship Neplgon ou her way to
(tuebec returned minus two of their number,
who were washed overboard and not after
ward seen.
Tho loss by tho high tldo last night Is now
estimated at ilMfifn. Thero was another tide
to-night, but it is not thought that ns much
damngowlll ba dono bylt us by that of yes
terday. Dispatches lroni Mirlous oluts along
the M. Lawrcnco rli cr statu that such a storm
us that of last night has not been know u lor
tho past llfty years. Bo fur no lives are re
TKirtcd lost. At l'aspcblao tbo fishery estab
lishment of lloblnso. Co. and Lo JJoutllllcr
wero considerably damaged, aud several Ash
ing bouts wero lost. At Little Metis nil tbo
houses along the sboru liavu been carried off,
ns liuve also boats, fences, nud bridges. Tho
shore to day w as strewn with debris nnd house
hold illccis. Thero is much Btillerlng from
cold aud hunger among tho destitute. Tho
damage at L'lslet is estimated at SlS.CKJrt. All
the ships lu the vitiligo aro Hooded, nnd tbo
whan is aro more or less damaged. Tho street
pavements havo been washed nirav, and tbo
slllngo Is lu a dilapidated condition. At
Midline. Price llrothers A Co.'s wharf has been
carried au ay, nnd several families have been
obliged to leal e their bouses, Tuo damage Is
nbout M.0O0.
considerable damngo was dono at Tadousao,
but no cellmate of tho loss can vet bu mado.
At TrolsPlstoiestluee yuebtsand asehoouer
wero detro)cd, n wharf wus carried away,and
other dtuiuge to tho nmuiiut of J0,0(X)was
dono. Two ships which wcro oil KamowasLa
are missing. They may havo lost their anchors
or run for Quebec. Two schooners at Uiady-
pots parted their chains and cut adrift. At
Klvlero du Loup the old wreck of tho Margaret
M. w as washed ashore, uml another schooner
went ashore near there. The steamer Union
had a sery narrow ucupo from being wrecked
while lying at lar uhurr nt Ebuulcincus, Tho
passenger weruull landed ut Iho commence
ment nt tho g ilo. Tbo cargo was dumaged by
tbe rolling ol tho lossel nnd iho sblpplngof
seas. At bandy 1! ty fourteen houses w ira car
ried away. T he loss Is nbout $Z,'m.
i
Xsral T'lulpmeat I'xpi-nsos,
Sixty-six vessels wcro equipped during tbo
past fiscal year under tho charge of tbo bureau
of equipment nnd repair, navy department,
and to.U3.IJ expended, ES'Jii.000 being asked by
Commodore hciilcy for next Jtar lor similar
work, for equipping tho new cruisers 570U,I.0
Is asltcd. An lucicaso lrom 7.V) to 1,000 In ibo
annual enlistment of apprentices is suggested,
and a clothing outfit, costing not oyer &0, to
tack muu or boy on enlistment.
.Should llaio linn Austin 11. llronn. ,
Tu Ihr Jilitor.
Tho dispatch published In your paper to-day
dated Indianapolis, Nov. 5, over my name,
wus not sent by mo. Illalno and Logan hat a
carried tho natlio status ol both democratic
candidates uud uro elected,
AVSTIN 1", BltOWN,
A Testimonial to tfrit'lr.
Nr.w minvfoitT, Masa, Nov. C At tbo homo
of Jobu A. Oruoly to-night Lieut. A. W. Qreely
was presented with an olegant sliver service,
by the Ureely testimonial committee. Lieut.
Urccly luttcs to-morrow for iia-hliigton.
Tlullcr's Miiusger IVsnlid
WonrrstEn, Mass., Nov. 0. N. A. riympton,
Ren. Butler's political manager, trus sum;
moncd to Kew York to-night. '
AltMY AND NAVY NEWS.
Lieut. William A. Kimball, 1 lth lnfantry.bns
been grautcd two mouths' extension of sick
leate,
Lieut. Col. ljlwln F. Townshond, 11th Ins
lantry, has been grautcd one mouth further
oxteutlou of leave,
Col. Josenh II. Potior. 21th Infantry, ronortcd
at l'ort Loiveiiworth last Tuesday lrom Fort
nuppiy,!. i., uiuier uruers as presiueuioi iuu
Iluruett'Churchlll court-martial,
Tho followlug navy orders wero Issued yes
terday: Lieut, rumuel I,. Orahani has been or-
dead tu duty at the hydrogruphlo ulllco, Nov.
17. Lieut, ucorgo A, Calhoun lo duty nt tlio
Now York navy sard, Dec, 10. Assistant Natal
Constructor itichard (latunood lias bem de
tached from duty ut l'haulxvltlo, l'a.. and or
dered to temporary duly with the advisory
board. Lent o has bcou grantid to Lieut, Com
mander James M. Furs) th lor six months from
Dec. 1, with permission to go abroad.
Commander Alexander II. McCormlck, com
manding tlio Ksscx, cabled tho secretary ot tho
navy yesterday that the Essex was at Capo
Town, Capo ol Hood Hope, but will sail to-day
for Hampton Kouds. Ilo reorU that Lieut. "1.
It. H. Mackenzie, tho executivo oUlurof tho
vessel, bus been granted permission to return
home, and will leato Cape Town by tho next
regular mall steamer. T ho lox left tho Asi
atic squadron last June tor home, having been
detached lrom tho Paclllo squadron lu iwl,
and bas mado an eileudcd stay in tbo Mozam
bique chauuel aud the cast const of Alrlcu.
.Star nf lion I.ii1gff
At Iho regular mectlug of the Star of Hopo
Iidge, 1, 0. (J. T-, last evening tbe following
otllecrs wcro Installed ! W. 0. T., James J.OY0.
lossj W. V, T., Lueltida Urubcr; V. IU S, (I,
Johnson! Asl, It. S., W. M. Johnson, Jr.) W. 1'.
SUM. l. llnrtlnyj V Ticas., laitls If. iJin
mm; W. (.'., I-na (Irlmcs i V. M., W. M,
Johnson, sr.t W. I). M., r.lla Murphy : W. I. (t ,
Ida Mine ! v. O. (I., fusan H. Johnson It. H,
n., I aimlu Caltoll . I II. 8., Clara llarrloro
delegates to grand lodge, bowls II. Lnnmau,
Keiirgi) Johnson, nnd Charles Uaimou t alter
nates, James Ixivelos", H. i:. Johnson, and I.u
i ludaUrubcr. 1,. II. Ijnnmnn expressing n de
sire to resign tho ollito of lodge deputy, W, J,
Fdgnii ns iccomiiu inUnl tor tho oillce. This
lodge Is preparing for n fair, to bo given tho
llrst week in December.
SrvvTAr -Afm7j;.s.
lAltcrn for ttirono nrt(M not bo RpTlnU ..
rrrtnl lordipntth nr nay pirtlculnrttoimerht
order to nscuro dpceJy I till very nt itrnti nut Ion,
tiAHlt rr.m Atlantic rn.itl uro mr.vmiuj by tua
tatet v inn? id available.
Foreign niAlli for tlio woelr rtiflln NOV. H
wUUiGou'itdHl'tLiriri all cuiot) ut tuts u ill co
rt't follow'
KKIPAY. At ll.no iu m. for JntnMcft. Knvu
nllia, Ac-tt'tCi ion n uu4 Llmon, per atonrinnlp
HAHJIWAY.-At lino a. m. ftr I'.iirorw, per
fl.oimAlili'CUy nf IJ-Tlln. vl.Uinconi(titi (ivU
f. rafljr ileriiiMny, hi. mutt 1m ill routed "iw
tli orileriln")! m" H iu m. for JMulum ill
net, pfTMourWiip Ve 'tili.ml.vM AntiTiTpjnt
7: Jo iu iiis lor sulufKl clinti, rcr ntnmlili
Aiiihortu. vliuiatitvsjt KtH 'Kits, in, lor fivw-
loiiiidltiil, r MPiimlilp Utr r Moxlcoi nt
11 a, m. for iiuroi., per ilvumJilp Itbtin, via
t-nut) ruiip'oiiuinl ilrfinvHii ki l .to p. m Tor
rusait, t r,flirr-tt mm for Mil i-l l'orlo
lih"), vU Iliivim ptTunmlil' NfwiMrt,
;j1li for VMn mil Jajut, i-i- tOAnihlp
Arli fvlft mm krAe)co) rloflo
licrn Nv M kt7 S to. Malm flr Aimtrv
i, yew lnd, HtmltMcu un 1 Kijt UlmiJi.
I r ntimtlilp Ati-iml! (in (an JTait
!wo) (li'noiiiro Auv. I5iil 7 p. in, (or onnr
liriil At Now urtc nf nfnni-iilp cily ur cul
cwi with MrttUh tnnlUior Aimralla.
1 In cluHlnlf of rliln orTrnn.pAclilomvu
1 urmnrt-Uon lliOprtMuniptlonnrtlirlruutiUAr
rupifil 0'uflntiJ trAitlt to MAti rrniichoa,
Mrll (mm t!i Kmi Mrrlvliiif on tlruo nt rtnn
t rntirlro unth0dir of kiillluz of iluuiuer ar
UUiiAtctiuil Uinnco tli m any.
llt.NUY U.l'KAltSO,
potmuiue.
rosTorric. Xmvr Yonvt, Oct. 31, lwu
1ST
WILLIAM K. WUUU & CU ,
Mnmifactarcrs of
SCCTIONAt. CAST IIION BOtLr.rw, t'lH
Ut'OlRKCrr KAIJIATOIt. and WOOla
CVbV IKON DllllXT 11AUI
AT011&
Contractors for
rlrtST-CLABI MT11AM HKATtNrt
of lubllo ItulldhiRsamt Private liwolltns.
200 W.JIAI.TLMOItr. HT. nn.U N. LIUK11TY
HI'.. llALTLStOltlt. III). per
jvy BPAMiiiii'H wiyj; OTOiti;.
HEMOVAL.
My customers and patrons At rayoM place,
141UF streit, nro cordially liivltrd lo the new
ami Inrgrr rsta'illslimont, 14111 Ct Ul'lti;i;T
iNOHl'llWRsr, near rincentli stront. Only tho
best brands of whiskies, Wines, OwtUK I'lgiirs,
,te., nro on sale. LOU1H Hl'ANII.It.
rrzv IL O. CANI1R1'
aV-a ktrtnn. T cmnlov
VlTAl'ATIt IMIY.
tho Doit hea'tti re-
sources of nuture, scientifically applied through
Vila, iit'rvniirn, jjiL'iriuiiv. vt.'Kt'vuiu ,,L'iiiu
dies, yood, Water, Air, Kent, Llqlit. flzono,
Klcetrla Vopor Jtattis, Ac, 1 discard nil Miner
ids, Opiates, Morcury, (iulnlne, Aleohollohtlmli'
hints. X pret nro idl my own voKetablerciuedh's.
Consultation frco. Cull or send for testimonials
of wonilerfnl cures,
I treat nil diseases, ncuto or chronic, ornco
nnd recplloii parlors. lU'J V SL, bet. Dlh nud
llllli, WHslilnton, I). C.
jy. KLCCTTOX JtATti.
All hata wngered on tho election shonld bo
reststcretl, nnd all bets carctiilly worded. Tho
words mojorlt) and plurality should bo defined,
also prieo or hat. Tho Iltmlap Filth Avonuu
MyleHllk lint Is worth IS, and tho lxruy Jo.
Uil IVHaS UVU& 1 OIH'lh
tt 1J
l.LVTV llUOFl',
Agent for lmulnp's Now York It
ocflO mil I'onnsylvnntq Avi
tats,
Clltio.
jp. tllli ULOH-
AllT BltONZINO COMPANr,
omcr, 1402 Pennsylvania nve,, opp. Wlllard's.
BKONZINO 1V A NEW MtOCESs
on Gloss, Metal, riastcr, Leather, Llnconsta,
ultuu. Wood, &c., S:a bole Mauuuo
turersot
rii.Asa til-j
for Interior Decorations, MnntoLs, rurntturo,
l'lneques, Aa, Ao.
Ilusiyjiss CAitns.
A'WNINlj
BkjAjvtBhhV
sri.-i-i, ii r, xr ,,tTti-rt
'leuts.und I'luxs mado.
AWNINQ MAKEIt-8. J. lrAISLnTT-H17
MarkotHpHce. Awnings mado audrapatroj
und stored durlni; tho wlntor.
TJOOKR AND BTATIONUrtY-lIABTON A
XJ ltUI'l'. w. e. ror. l'a. aye, nnd ltltli st.
"st
j llllAI.L, 14111' st. n.sv,
oi cry Htate and '1 errltory.
'Commissioner f it
DIIY (lOODH-HAMILTON, KAHTEIl &
BONS, iuu,'juiluiiil''l W. lialtlinoreJt,
llsMlulore ttbolesali' ""-tall.
JL. KKHVANIl, IINllllA VINO and LI'I II
ograpnluj. I'lute 1'rluilug to order. 1U12
l'a. av. ,
MACHINISTS F0113UUUO & MUllltAY,
21II7IUSI.S. w.
Oi.iviiirs r-xpitEsa-Haggngo.
2a cents. .
183 PA. AV. X. W.
1XATI2NT ATTOUNBY-CltAltLK'S J.
. liOOCII, St. Cloud llu'.lJInit, Ulli and 1' sis.
ii. w. Twenty years' experience. Prompt aul
cnrcnil personal nttontlon gtvun ovory case.
T,
PAULSUN i CO.,
1 ltLSCOBEOOIlATOni.I'LAIN rAINTIMO
Al) OlfAim.MI.
BOO II tH'UULT NOHTltWlIST,
Orders promptly attcnilcd toL so24-3m
niltUNKS AND
IIAHNIiSS-JAMIiS S.
X '10PI1AM.12H I
u live. n. w.
OLD WINH AND OLD rilHSNUS AKB
known as tho best.
BO IS JUBPU'ti OLD HI'AND,
Known for years as tbo only placo where first
cluHSHecoud'lluud Clothing can bo sold at rs
spictablu prices Address or call at
JU&llt'S OLD STANIH
'o. 010 D Street Moithwoit.
Is. It. "Note sent by mall promptly attendodti.
JIOTllLS, t'C.
riiltl Tr-SBBITTl
WASniNOTON. nr.
AIIMY AND NAVY llBADQUAnTER!-.
IOUllvll'.0 l'lltlMISCAPES.
gy TKUMBi tn AND H PElt DAY, -tm
OT. JAMES H01'i:L
(on Tin: EurtornAN tlan),
Corner sixth street and Pennsylvania Avcnno
Jloxm'TO Tjoax.
fOSIiV 10 LOAN ON 11KAL ESTATI",
O.T-S. " "" -" " , . luwritb rates or inun
u.ultll'iUrSD114,
-TiIiAINE A LOOAN CAMPAIGN.
As wo underslsnd uu aro especially interested
wobeg to calloir uttontlou to the following
nuistc, wl,leh will Lot only help, but will con
tribute very iuawritii,ij tuu buu-odu oi' your
UH'ttllUSI
"tLLL ror.T.nw vriti'.nr- THIS WHITE
1'LUMH VAVI'H,"
A beautiful sonit and cllol is, price "Oct arran JOi
as u maieh lor tliu pla.o, doc; urrauud
lor lullttury baud, ooo nut,
"IION.JA.MKill.llbAlNljMQUlDKMAUCIt
TIJT'lti; WUIl'B ItOUSIt."
l'or tlio piano, prlco 4ijc; nrruiv:td lor military
bund, prieoouo net, Tho lUlltary baud
urrauyeuient can be plasd ov
etuhtor mqremou.
Hend prlca In postaite stavips for samplo conlos.
A liberal dUcouut lor nuaiaftles.
joii.-"! r, lil.l.n .t CO,
037 Pennsylvania uvenue, Washluvioti, 1), a.
Tim above may also be nhtnlocd from utiy first
class muslo dealer In tho Unlui Mtatoi.
IMPOUTANT TO llELINilUENT TAX
1 PAYE11M. r
Havlrn; perfected nrrantoments fr (ho pur
chase of imAWllACICCKltrlKIOAVlM," ro
relvublo Inpayment ol SPECIAL T'AXr.3 and
(IENE11AL TAXES duo pretlous to ltvj, all
piirtlefl Interested In the settlement of Taxe. can
HAVE A DISCOUNT by calling upon x .
WILLIAM DICKhON,
224 4V, street Northwest,
ocl-t'lm
Abovo Columbia Building.
w
Alt!) H CUKN1NUUAM,
l'LUMUEBS, OA8 AND blTAM rlTTUIl's.
4)2 ELI'.VENTH HTltCET X. W.
BOOI'INO.aUTTEltlNa, and Sl'OUTINa
Hpeclal attention Riven to 1'urnaces, Lalrobcs,
htoves, Bunses,aadarates.
-p UO 1 0-EKO It A V INO
Having recently flttod ops
riIOTO-i:N01tAVINOV,'irAllLI''HMENT
lu connection with my PATEN l' I'ltoaUii,!
urn proparoil to nirnlsti
ILLUbTBATIONS l'Olt NEWdl'Al'EBJ AT
tiHOltr NOl'IUl',
MAuntuu jovais,
418 Eleventh tttruot Mortkivest
1J 'a xrr.n Emit, o vmvxt.
RYA.llHsI'iXJTAllLV: Otilf.-PO'SJTIO'N
JkJ ii laily's luntdt sjitMks 1 rmili nnd,Knn
iisut lifts buiu In l'arlsi t, tine! to lravlllngt
uood diesMiiakcr nnd liairdris-rj viy riH)r
Hiein. Addrnsl, a OH.,jSo. l'JUl K "I. 1-1U
"i HlTUATln.V As'WAtri:il"llYCOM.
JV. peici.tcfdorfil num. Applynt ltilO I,iv
ronce st., between lBlli nnd loih nnd M and T.
it V a vnTra'wowAxv-A-I'lrACKrb
J. iiilnurlilMrrni bot cifclie rcferoncesuUi'ii.
Adilrcmt ..ll., llfpubllei.n Oilleo f.H
1Y AKOItTlt):llM WOMAN-POSITION
J ns hotisckceprr, or Mould msko herself
fencrally usibil. Address M. K,, ltenutillcau
Mlleo. Ms
7V"a Itl.HI'r.CTAnLU l'UOTr.lrA.NT
J l'oslt'ou to tnlco cntlru charge or lur.ints or
no traveling ns lady's maldt Hwlss p rsonj
sptaks Mctm in, unod I'reneit, nrd i:i ghshi has
btenn sear In rarls. Address 1. l., Xtu l'iul
list. Mi)
BY A LADY TIIKCltAlKIK OK A IIOL'HI)
nud iw goscruisslo small chlldreni bestof
ri'iinmis given. Address 11. I)., LOU Dm si,,
'ivniploCulV. 1-7
If. i xtj:hJIj:t,v.
WANTMI-IMMI'.DIATIU.Y, A
noii'Unloii printer, nt IImi a. aye.
GOOD
2-8
vi r-A N 1
luirs
Mlllmood 1
ti:d-a ni:i.iAiu,i: coLoitnn
rs j to take rare or u i-nlulrent noni but
,1 rprrroiiros neeil nttttlv. l.'nll Kntnrduv
between 12 o'cloi I: nt UI12 luih t. K. V. 2-7
xrANTi;n-A coMPirn n p couonai
wotnnn to cook, wash,
nnd Iron In small
prlvAto iiiiuliyf mu-ststay nights. Apply at lilt J
mi
2H
i-tiii in. is. it
-ItrANTI D-A IOOt MAN
i , V boiler unci steam oysurs.
I'M. N. W.
TO HUN A
Apply nt DOS
2H
-rANTi:i) A OOOI) COOK. WAHHKll,
V nud Ironer for n small lim lyt housemaid
f,Mintslii ssaslilngrnd lroulugt wpgos, 10. At
plall6U'JUI.M.V. S-T
,"'-' xri:nJIo uses
J'-utitNiMiinir iiochi:, wiujti: iiti
: owih rs m ould bourd w hole or part of rent;
I rltllrgis of other boarders. M. 1A Jtepumi
cauonice, :-iu
WAXTi:iMisai:r.zANi:ous.
YOUNO MAN TO THAVl'U WHO 1H
J.X. not fltinld of workt small silnryt refer
enetsro'iulrcdl state salary expected. Address
'I'. 1. II., m publican Oillce. f-M
I-IHTY-INCIt COI.UMIIIA 11ICYCI.1':
7 must ba lu good condition mid client Ail
miss, lth price, bTUUlT, llu 2s J city 1'.
u. til
w-
ANl'iiU-
jiTnjtATor,oor.
DKIIMAIOLOUY,
Ifyouhavoplmp.os, blaekhe.i'ii, liver spots,
frccklrs.sallowncsj, deep pores, redness, outness,
und rnlunted votns of theuosu: tliln, harsh, dry,
Inded, nud iirematuro Krny halri baldness, seal
scalp, loiter! scant, irregular cyo brows ani
InsliKi any rash tmmor, eruption, blool or skin
disease! nuy cutaneous nalr or completion blom
lib, consul' Die J. VAN DVC'K, Dermatologist,
nt onca OlUce, 2io. 22 Orunt l'l&ee, botwoon
Ninth and 'lenlb and O nnd II iu flours. I) u.
m. lo7p. m.t Holidays. I) to 'J.
TirANTHD-TOANNOUNOr. THAT JOHN
V II. Jleall, llatemsn & Ca's Dank, 14111"
t.N.W., tsa Commissioner of Deeds ibr rvory
HtntcandTorrltory, United ulatos Commissioner,
Kzamlner, and Notary 1'ubUei ulways tu oulco
lromuu. in. to Op. m.
Fon KrxTJlooiai.
oV'IrflT. N. W.-HANDBOMKLY FUIt
JXX nlshed 2d story trout parlor undcom
'munlcjttlug bedroom, wliu or without board;
also, stables. 7-lu
1 OOT lOTIt ST. U. W.-HUIT'! OK
J.UOI rooms, 2d Jioori
handsomely
pupen d and Irescoed; nrnlshod prlvalo family;
no children! tablo board iwxt dooi l-lo
Olfi v HT- N. .W.-UNrUllNISIIEO
iXU sultos of rooms; choice of 'J floors;
newiy pilnted nnd pupored;
modern improvo-
7-10
intnw lerius mouertue.
1DLEASANT FltONT ItOOM, 20 1'LOOn,
. furnished or nnlurntshod, No, 72H N. J,
ave.N.n. 7-10
O-'jrs N. Y. AV. N. W.-PLE.VSANT FUIt
JOU nlshod rooms, sultablo for gentlemen
oriremieman and witc; table boarders sosim
inodaiod. 7-1U
I-tUUNISIIED FltONT 110 JM, LAltOE
: bright-and sunny; southern exposure: prl
tato filially; price, tlti. 17 Iowa Circle. 7-ftl
rS 3D TLOOIt.
VEllY l'LUAHAKT UN.
y rurnis:
nirntsbel rooms, en lulto or slmrloi also
nicely furnished rooms ou Ud lloor, 14lU (j su
N. V.
OflQlOTII ST. N. W.-LAIU1E BACK
ty'O parlor, with dresslog room, on 1st
uoor, with board; also 2 small rooms on 2d door
7-H
I") O O M 8, FUItNIHHKD
Oil TINl'UlU
i, nlshed: reasonablo rates. 012 N. Y. av. N.
I
W. 7-7
rvsn a nrvnr.-n ni"?rTr.i'irAK A NtnRf.Y
X furnished front room In a pttvato rurally of
M.JM Itwn O.I -,. ii,.W 7-8
HANDSOME PAnlXHt AND. CIIAMDI5H,
large and cheerful, and n smaller room;
prlaloiamUy;reft;renctB. 1420 Nut. 7-H
rriA lOTltHT.N. W.-HEVEltALNICELY
t Vftt furnished rooms, now houso, new fur
mture; gentlemen preferred. 7-H
1,-lUHNISIlED BOOMS IN A NEWLY
?. fitted and fnrnhhed houso: ntso staldo. U
BtnllH, and oarrlogj room.
112110th st- N. W.
,0
1JS.N SUITE, HANDSOMELY FUBNIHIIED,
!j In tho houso occuplod by tbo Danish Min
ister, 11)24 17th st. N. W. 7-7
ritllltEE l'UBNISIIED BOOMS AND TWO
oonimunlcAtlng liarlors, itiifurubihed. 21S
11 st- N. W., north c
or I'm
-ate N.W.
jxi! r,Annn. runNimrr.ri rnnxT
J ner liedroom; also another furnished bed-
room: will let together or separate.
020, nor.
iiuianuueis.,1!, ,v.
7-7
Q'-lfl 12T" ST., COHNElt OF I-TWO
0JJ newly furnlsheit communlcutlng
ronum; us bedrooms or parlor and bedroom.
7-7
.Oil AND BEDCHAMBEIt,
. in new nouse, wuu inreo
south frooti no cblldrin;
roriHT X4tii ,-iu
1 HI K ST. N. W.-A V1UIY DIMIBA.
JLSJS.M 1,11
e tUrnlshid Irout loom, with al
cove, uu 2U llooTj 7-10
1 'JflO L BT.-TWO Oil THBEE l'UIl
X vJ.il nlshed rooms ou 2d lloor, with table
boo rib 7-10
lOHJ ST. N. W.-COMrOBTABLY'
JLiJ L t furnished south front rooms, with
prtwito fuiuliy; uo children) references ox
LharuteiL 7-s
HANDSOME, NEWLY FURNISHED
rooms, southern exposure, cintrally lo
uited, with or without board. Apply at 1011
31 S.N. W. 7-H
,NE Oil TWO ItOOSM, 2l FLOOIl, l'BONT,
s nirnisueuor uniuruisuetL l
t. N. Yl
7-15
ClOJiroltTABLY rUIlNlSIIED BOOMS:
board tr desired, In u nrlvato lumllyi con
Venlnittorars. 201 Hsu w. W.. nn. 2,1. 7-7
IABL01l AND TWO COMMUN10ATINO
. bedrooms on . 1st door nnd rooms on lid
Uoor. -.irnl.tiud. with or vlitiou board.
iu n i
su .s. w ,
7-7
1
UllNlHHEfi JtOOMiJ, i)N HU1TK, OU
B IlJlti. '.ill atlfl Ull lloont. til UlllulQ irntl(M
"rr.. .."..-.! r. .-.. .i ""." . . .
ihvii, ur stuitt:uiiiii hi in wiiuiiirivjuu iuiuuy j
allmoilein couvculoucoi. UJ7 XUst Canltolsu
7-7
943
M BT, U. W.-3 UN-FUHNIHHKD
rooms, tUl floor. 7-oc2ttf
1421
f-ulrt-U.
K 81'. X. W.-ItOOMH, WITK
boardi rcreroocu given and ro-7-tr
lj;itsox.tz.
SPtn TUCWAIID WILL 11K
(JU ttifi rccuvurv of llio h
path rnii
rccuverjj of tlio hody of H I,
'1 uninif-on, .Irowncd Nov. Ii, ltiUJ.
W. noti-it
TAHAINH IN HAT8 OF
J niyWu. ut New VorU iia. Store,
rj Ivuulrt uvrnuo NW,
IjATKHT
3U1 IVllU-
MKN WI2AIC AMD irvnKVi:r.nMin
X,pn
Aunrci
ntirti of Ihtt boiiv enlnririt rnitl lnvinr-Ltn I.
AddrcHt lor nurUculara IZlUi: MKUIUAL UJ,
LAUIU4 mnrdevotopknobuiturtlmplODtr
trentment. Wrlto for ntviled clrouitir And fen
fulvliutotiUIK MUUIUAL t'-O.. JJuJalo, N. V,
-'I umcoiivlucwdttiuiyour lutlhod lor trcut
raout of linnoteiicy anddt'CHj-iu idaIch 1 iho bust
kiiownto UioineillatlprnrfHitlon.ftndlBhaUtiiko
occiwlon to rt'commend It In my pmcUeo." Lit
ter from a pructlcliijf physician. Heu circulars.
Tjosi am Fouxn,
Lost-wi;dnkhdav icviininu,
pin of Jt-t nnd h(Mnatrlle act! valuinl
u turn to roiiolllco Jjeparlmcut, rooi
a LArn
'aluiHi usti slrt.
room un. in
jiuui, uuu itu-ivu ivwnrii
VH
A ProlMle Investment!
EACH ? DOUBLED MONTHLY, AND
lX)Sa ItUNDEltED IMl'OballlLli
A NEW CITY, IIEAUTirULLY LOOATl'.D
Hinsdale rity.ailioliilm heaullnil Oarrten City
tliu "loveliest vllfuKiior tbe
iiiuin aim ureeu-
uiwr j, iuu .,nii4U, Pi.
Heierill Ibousalii
uiiaini: lots, surruunut
ulldlnir lots, surrounding I tlntdalo depot, 11IMI
' ich. stlllni on moutlily payments of si
Jo'V lots, flo per moiitli, 1'rleus ails ant
lotiionibIy until present prlceH urc
iiium uu mummy imyincnu or ci
ier lot!
alieed f,'' per
doull.
lira ui least
U. ISIUHCIM
'SK Ts'lllsaiHe
irjKelillls, it
JlnirVtlo'iial
I I,,, lm,J .1,1 I,,...,, I. I ., In- mini, fl I U 11 t
"'SiV NW'-wnn-n and nhntiUm iiruhlbtuJi no
Dtnllirlla r-hlllu lutti t-u iiis iiinjiiitllnriai nllninla
II i ' ., iiiw-iiiiiiusnt bllMlrtli)
soil, .drlvs. unit surrouiullnits unsuriiusseil.
jtuiidiiiKVitioual with pureluuer; ndr ileulliu
r.uuranteeS nntlilna uvtrtolorcd. liny lor In
yefetnient, hjldeuce, or summer lioiuu. Now
Y'orfc will bty
THE 1'UTtsMj CITY OP THE WOULD,
Property arouiuKt, rapidly Inire.islini In vnluo
uml must com Inuiv, iU ,. Vim enter no nncor
lulu, venturo by liVfttlni; lu lllnmlnle. l'rlee.
nru low compared wfc, ttn oti1Pr jjew yrj lr.
rounilliii; Increase ciiuilni prospective vulini
Kirati-r llwn any liriiVrtyeiiil.dl.iant llliis-ilololslllinlicstroiiiNYnric-tlft
inlnunsby
roll, and B inlnutra u.sitioiial by HrouUlyii
brldgo orfoiryi undiliu SiumuUlloiiiivi'muos
lOikiits wrtrlp. It U oiKi10 main lino or tho
Lonir Islund lUllroil, aiult t,o Junction tor
both Ounleii city and Cri'eiinnr tlfln Itanac
Improvements pronosod, o.m r,ier jif,
dale an attractive placo of ubodKAgiu,', Waillod
Ul ItlHH - -IV,",,"'u If b.,,0.
1U WIIIONvAinrnoV.
"0 "IruudwayWuvr Yjru.
Albaugh's Grand
GRAND GALA OPENING WEEK t Monday, Noicinbcr 10, 1884
liVr.ItY NIOltr-WliDNKSDAY AND HATUItDAY MATINE1M-T1M: HI'jrOWNED
PRKK
MM MM Mil
V.
M M M M
M M M M
A,
AAA
A A
A A
1
I ISI M SI
HI M M M
'KB MM MM J HUM
M JIM SI " MM M
M MM M MM MM
urn M
M M M M M A A A
lIllAnU IlNOLIBlt
A
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ComprlslnB tho strongest array or NOTED ABrlUTel ever hoard In i:njllsliOi)0ri
Kmiim Al.liolt, l.alira Ilellliil, Uul, Aiinisinlislr, Win. t'n.tle, Vnlentln
Falirlnl, Ti.Kllniilrtrn, Campobelln, lltoderlck, Allen, Hiilse, Tomissl.
SALE 03T SEATS NOW OPEN
AT DROOPS MUSIC STOUH,
MONIJAY-Bosslnl's Masterpiece,
hllMIHAMlllr.
Abbott, Annandnle, rabrlnl, JlrodcrldV, Oulse,
TUrSDAY-Tho Hparltllnj Optra Comlou?,
.lf KINO H)ll A JlY,
Abbott, Aunandale. OMtle, Brouerlck, Allen,
andTaliaplctra.
WEDNESDAY MATINHE-OOoand 78o Ad-
mlvlon,
MABITANA,
With an Immcnsa Casto or ravorltes.
WKPNIWDAY EVKNINO-Orand Itovlval
or llalfs Melodious Oii'ra.
... . JIOIIKMIAN OIIIT
Abbott, Annaudale, Kabrlnl, Allen, Tajlla-pletra.
l'OI'UI,AK PU1UICS WHI, I'KBVAII,. SncUUK HEATS KAIU.Y.
lon Jtv.xxllovsr.a.
(l K T. K. r.-3-STOIlY AND HASH
J L. ment brick; 10 rooms nnd bath; modern
liiiprnvemcaia. Inquire 000 Mass. av. H. W.
' rr-l TTIIBr.-ASTOItKANIlDWIILL-A-
1 .LU tnff &ILfieiliil. fmiliiltilntf 1 1 rmimi,
all nciMy pilnlrd naiierisl, nnd In eood condl-
tl,M lllllltllll It, .m lull Bt, i,, n, o-ll
IJOOMM l'Olt BI'N r, 1HJ HUITI! Olt HIN.
j. gin, wlthbosrd. atlnlo 11 st. N.W, u-11
171INK LAItnii HTOIU1 ON T1IK ENrillli
' lower lloor or No. 42J 11th st, N. W on one
ortno best ttioroughraros, bet, l'a. av. andl'.is.
Inquire on premises. 0 8
fTIOlt BENT OB IlXCItAMHI l'Olt A
JL' amaller home Tho linest brown stono houso
lu tho city, furnished or iinnirnlsbeilt very low
rent to a careful lonanL Apply on premises. 010
4b, t. nr. w. l O-lio.t-H
II
TlOlt ltENT-
2112 Mass. av., W J17S3 1' n. w., 10 rs, 7S
rooms 10,4.UOii. w., Hrs.. Mi
014 17th st. n.w.,10 IJ.'.I It. I. nvo..urs. 4
rooms 100 III).! M st. n. w.... 40
lOllllOth slii. w..
2'2 1 Mass. av. n. w..
Klrs.,m. !......... ino
1H.UM st. n. w, loo
17t)7Nn.w., llrs-Hl'j
1211 Nn.w.,l:lrsHlii
17(111 rn. w., llrs.Hiili
1707 N St. n. w......bav
louiothst. n. w..
. 12 rs. .,831,
llllil null st. n. w
,t'2rs. eav
17uomthii. w 11
rooms M. ,..... 7&
n 17 15th n'.w..7rl'h7b.
1120 Olh n. w., u
ns ..... no
207 nth n. e.,Urs.... 2.1
n id It n. n.. ll m na
H20 K st. s. e., H rs .. 20
ol7v.J.av.ii.w.l0
rs ... . 1H
RtLtlstst. ii..,7rs. 10
til vo n. w.,urs.HM iv
2324 T ll.w., 0 rs 10
Call al oltleo for Weekly llullotlu. containing
completo list or all tho property wo have ror
rent, l'roperty-owners can navo their property
advertised ITcu by placing It In onrcbamo.
B, JL WAltNHB.
sol -3m null' street northwest
N 0.1410 QHT.-1B-UOOM, COMFOBTABLY
fumlshoil housot heated by furnace; prlco,
IHO ner month on a leaso of ono or moro veursi
rent pavablo monthly In advance, luqutronext
UUU ,4-UiO, O-H
Foil Sat,k.
BEDSTEAD, nUBEAU, AND WASH,
stand, marble top, 120; No. (I range, S7.BO:
2,1 yards llrussols carpet, )l3. 02B O su S. W.
A DAYTON WAOON AND ItAllNlXH;
prlee.jOO. Apply at EDWAItD BUKK'ls,
1221 Kst. N. W., Il 12th and llllh. H-H
AOAHD.-THE HTOCK AND FIXTUBFH
of It. Fulton's Ixian 00106,014 otb st., for
salo! retiring frum bil-lness. 8-8
rpnioYCLia fob iso-hban new. and
X tho best machine In tlio market for
tho raonoy, WM, C. SCltlllNUIl, 1108 E SU.
N.W. 8-nol-lm
OLD NKWSI'Al'EBS, IN OOOD CONDI
tlon, can bo had at the business ofucoof
this paper in bundles of 10 pounds for 20 cents.
H'ocJi-tr
JFAStILT SVPriZES.
o
OKEI COKIi COKKI
rffiThistieH fmshM rsnlce
21 llnshels Crushed Coko..
40 Bushels Ordluory Coke
SKi iituneu urauuuy Unto
-2UI)
PorsaloatOfneeit
WASHINGTON OASLlaUT COM PANYJ
OB AT
c.vr. cnorLEY's Ditua aTortn,
110 Brldgo Btroot, Ooorgotown.
Mt
Vegetables
In Glass.
Packed in this country and
in Europe. Lowest Prices. Re
member my Spring Leaf Tea.
N. W. UUKOHELL,
1023 F STREET N. W.
pUBE AND ItELIABLB
HOMEOPATHIC BEMEDIEfl,
Either by single vial or In comploto outfits, at
BOEIIICKE fc TAFEL'S rnARMAOY,
038 P STItEEr,
W ABHINOTON. P. O.
-T-OTICE TO U0USEKEEW1B31
rrnr
crm-i
ETEBLINa
oo ti onnn
o ou uu n,
ItELIANCE,
rir
I LLLLO00UUUUn
GOLDEN U1LL.F
WILT. ALWAYS MAKE TtBAUTrFUI.
ItULXb, ilBEAD, AND lllSUUIla.
Wbolfssln Depot, Cornor First fltront anltt
ulaua Avenue.
WM. II. OALT A CO.
BUTTE E.
Wearerecelvlngfresh from tho dairies three
times n ivrek tbe following well-known brands
of Tablo Butter, vU
THE Q.a.
THR MONOflBAM,
1J1K JIOUK TTAI.T,. 1'I.UM (inoVK,
AND UILL I'llfnnir CBEAMI'BIKI.
NOl'lll.NU jiur puitl! BUTl'Jilt 11.E1T
AND BOLD BY UU.
J0S.0.rEAIlS0N'S SONS,
Norlhern, Western, Center, nnd Capitol Hill
Markets. Also, Farraxut Market, undtisv-
cntecntu and K siroeu northwest.
THE NEW
M, nno "" i h oo w w wiceb
" o o" i it o owww wit
1 IHjlO O WWWW KB
a no i Ho o wwww ic
aoa t il oo w w kkb
An Entirely New
UlaH-AnMJSEWINO MACHINE,
Which Excels All Otbors.
SOLD ON INBTALLMENTS.
LIBEltAL DISCOUNT TOIl CASIL
XOTEVEItY MACHINE WABBANTED.-Ca
THE HOWU MACHINK COMPANY.!
0J3F Streot N, W Noar Tenth,
Wasiiinotox, D. U, uha
T ADIJJJ, ATTENTION.
Latest Parisian Modes In jrair Oooli.
U'LLi; M. J, 1'BANDI,
AtMIlS. M, J, IIUNI-S, 1301) FBrBKET,
Itltl'.V WAVES. HHINOLEDBANai
Oruy Bhados n Hpoclalty.
, Theso styles nover neod be In tho halrdrasiof s
bunds. Alwuys lu order by pluln ooiablui.
UutrDressod and lungs blltuiloj.
11INK DBES3 HltlllTa TO OBDBIf
FINISHED AND UNFINISHED SHIRTS
constantly on lKind.
A 1 lll.l, LINE OF HOSlIIltV' aad NEUK
W1UJI lust received.
L. 0. W. UJLLA1US AND CUFFa
TIIOMI-bON'U tiUIUT FACTOItY,
CHAB. HYATT, I'ltOl'UtUTOtt.
Bill V Btrggt, OuyoilU futeut odea.
Ojoera House!
minn
11 11
11 11
ilium
11 11
11 Ii
iiiimi
'tnilll OOO 'I I'lTl' TTTTT
t tl O () T T
lllllll HOT T
! B 5! 9 X X
J
A lllinil linBU OOO T T
OI'Klt.V COMI'AS-V.
. . 026 Pennsylvania Avonuo.
TJIUItSDAY-Wlth Tlires Prima Doiidm,
MlflNON,
Abbott, Ilelllnl, Anunndale, Cust'.o, Drodorlclc,
Allen, Oampobello,
l'BIDAY-i:mma Abbott's lleneflt-rirst ttmt
In ISukIMi-Verdi's
IjA Tn.lVIATA.
Emma Abbott's tireatest Hole Vloletta.
Saturday -Slntlure Kinnin Abbott will
Sing.
Also, TaglUplctrn, Annandale.and Castle,
HATUBDAY EVJiNlNO-t'ABKWELI.
TIIOVATOBH.
jUlUftl!Mj:XTS,
VTATIONAL THEA'i'Elt.
li.vi.nv Ilvtvina and HAttinpAY Matinez.
HHOOK A COLLIKlt'S COMPANY,
Iu llobert Buohansn's Oreat Drama,
STOIlM.llEATEN.
With all thoMaanincent Scenla EfTects, Inrlad,
lag the Ilenlfstlo Aurora Borcalls, ns pro
duced at tlio Union Hquaro Thea
ter, New York.
MATINEU 8VTUBDAY.
Th."n.ru,,ltAr('ll(' 1'eseuo Keene, participated in
hy'h" Itocuersurtliooreely 'Lady I'ranlc.
lln Hay liipedltlonintlielr Original
Cosiumos, as worn by them on
that nictnorablo occasion.
MATINEE MATUIIDAYat OUtl KTANDABD
l'lllCLH, 20, 50, and 7ft cents.
UestweelCi
:, commencing Monliy, Nov. 10
(II1ANI) I r I.I AN flVliltA. '
ui.Ars
js,01tD'H. Tlllitsl
TlllitsUEEN Ot'HUCOESa.
A COM1SDY SUCCESS.
OtIEENA.
UWEb.NA.
(JIIEKNA.
OUKHNA.
(1UKKNA.
CJUEI.NA.
gllEllsA.
UUKENA.
(iiiei:n.v.
dltl.KMA.
QUEKNA.
MOTHEB AND CUILU
A BEAUTIFUL PLAY,
A1HTBTIOALLY ACTED.
NEW SUENEIIY.
NEW APPOINTMENTa
OUEENA MATINEE BATUItDAY.
Balcony Only 23 Cents.
MONDAY, NOV. 10,
The O rest London Buecess,
irvA no o v or a qldi tra
THE WORST MEMOHY MADE TO EX
OEL 'I 1114 UEsr.
1-IlEU LKCTUBl. BY l'BOF. A, 8. BOYD,
. . At V. M. O. A. Bulldlni,
1400 Now York nvonuc, Tills EVENINO.at
7:30 o'clock. All Invited. It
RATION AL TI'.EATEB.
OV WEEK Or NOVEMBER 10.TIJ,
THE MILAN OPERA COMPANY
OltAKB ITALIAN Ol'EllA.
Monday ovcnlng, Verdi's Mastcrwork.
V.11IA "
Olannlnl, Berbollnl, Wllmant, Bologna, Mestress,
and Damarlnnl,
Tuesday ., .TROVATOBE.
. . Olannlnl, Wllmani, Mestress, and I'ert.
Wednesday. BlUOLKTTO.
Fugazrn, Wllmant, Herhollnl, Mestress, and
l'crl-
Thnrsdav -..NORMA.
. Illsnnlnl, Btrbollnl, Orlsndl, and Damarlnnl
Friday lLOUABNEY.
auuinanl, Wllmant, Bologna, berbollnl, and
8ATURDAYMATINKE......AIDA.
Box ahoct for salo of seals now open.
Reserved senis .:............ si.so,2, undiaRO
Oeneralalmlanon ......,. - 1 00
milEiVTBE COMIQUE.
UltAND OLOVE TONTERT. SATURDAY
NKIHT, NOV. H, Between
JOHN IIANKM, Champion Middle Weight of
Amcrlia, and
DAN SMITH, of the Bu Imore and Ohio B. IV,
1A m TisA
M a us usnv.
To Night (Friday) Amateur Night
l'un for Everybody.
IVM15 MUSEUM.
m .ANOTHER BIO SHOW I
Tho Best In America for tho Money.
Every Afternoon und Night This Week.
Bead what a hod of New Btara-Caster and
Anderson. Ncedham and Kelly. Will Mllchsm.
the Heotch Bujlcr and Mllaneso Harpist Miss
Nellie Anderson MIssAlico Evans. 1 he Em
erson Morlonetts. Tho Amans, Thomas and
Nellla. 'Iho llrcat (la) lord. lTor. Evi rolt and
tho (iregory bisters, with hosts or curiosities In
tho Museum.
. ADMIBalON TO ALL. ONLY 10 CENTS.
TjlIRyr ORAND FAIR
or THE
ARTHUR RIFLE CORF3,
To bo Held at Masonic Temple, Commencing
NOVEMBER 10 to IS, Inclusive.
Dancing evsry evenlni
Kruger'a Orchestra.
Admission, 10 Cents.
Muslo by TroC
noSflt
T-JILLIARDS. 1HLLIARD3.
AIlT.,IiTI't'I.An. PA LA OH
413 and 413 NINTH HT.
News of nil Sporlluc EventsHose Ball. Rao.
mi, do. botu In ibis (.ouuiry nnd Europo, ro
celvoddally. M. Ji. bCANLON. l'roprlalor.
rtMlli "LLU'JJ.'
1I1LLIABDS, TOOj, AND SAMPLE BOOMS,
i . , , ..".ra. A v. N.W.
l-ttchclor Bros.' Key r.asl Havana Cigars.
. c. W. 1IOLI, l'roprlotor.
EnUGATIOXAL.
M
It, ERNEST LENT,
(Jruduate or the Boyal Conservatory of Leipzig,
Piano, Violin, Violoncello Composition, Eng.
llsh, Oerman, l'reuch, Italuin spoken, Itcsl.
df nee, fll'2 Tenth street northwest. noO-w s2t
SHELDON'S DANUINO AOADEMlEsTToOt
l'st, N. W., Tuesdsys, Ihursdais, and Sat
urdsys; Washington Hall, 3d st. nnd l'a. av. H.
1... Mondays and rriilaya. Bend rnr circulars or
terms for renting cither ball to 1004 V st. N. W,
seiu-um
iblANOLl-SSONSAVITHTECHNIQUEAND
1 harmony, Lelpslo mothod, nt 020 Mth n. N.
W, Afternoon hours. nclft-llm
n"bWE'S ,ilO(JKKi:i:l'INU-THU BlIOHli
ut method ill tho United mates; months o!
siuiiysaicd! no text bookst open all tho srarj
day and nlKbt sessions, svlth penmuushlp, Aa,
Id a month! 13 lor ttueo months! llowo'a
Itapld Buslness.l'emuanslilp al ine. S.) beholars
taught seimrntely. UUWE'B BUSINtsa
BCjlOOL, 617 "III st
SPENUEBIAN BUHINISS COLLUOE, COR.
ucrMnthaud Dstreeu northwest. Bean
tlllll. cominodloiis halls, pnrlors, and class
rooms. L'umpletoin laclllllos lor training soiu
and daughters, and men nud women Ibr sslf
snpport nnd Independence, Full txirps or able
teactiers. Day and night sessions. Btudents re
ceived at any time. Cull or send for c Irculars.
Hcholurshlp ibr year lrom duto of onlraneo,
day or night, f50. lvr quarter, day, $20 1 nlgbt,
Uso of tho BTENOOBA1MI or shorthand
wrltlnt maehlno taught lu u special department.
Macblues on sale.
HENRY' C, Sl'ENCEB,
.. . o - Principal.
"inm "l I..IIJMI. Viro ITIIirilllil.
XIOllWOODINBlTl'UriitMlILI'Ol'UUlluUL
i- lorglrlsl reopens blSl'lEMUEll 2d, 1J1J
andl'2lf 14lli st..'. y Washliiuuiii, D. U A
cumplete seliool courso English, holeuttfle, Clot-
B eaL Great raellltlea for modern lAUauuces. nor
tlcularly French and German. A rl, Elocution,
MuslQ (piano, 1'roC Anton Gloetsner). A Col
legluio Coursa, Also Elective Courses fur ad.
Minced students. Preparation classes for Vaasar
and other tolleges. Cull nt 1214 14th st, n w.
nr uddrcss Mil and M1W. W. D. CABKLL
I'rlnclpala. el2df
rilHE BEST AND CHEAI'EST I'LACE TO
X learn drawing and palming Is at tho Ny
llonal Acudsmy or 1 Iuu Arts, lHth su and N. V,
av. Years or study saved. Becepllens rre.
Wednesday evenings nt 8 o'clock. sel-tf
JIOAHDlXa.
'EVAi.ar
VlA'SAlAAMMSi,
DININO ItOOlt
CIO V STREET NORTIIWETC '
FURNISHED ROOMS!,
UrTSIIE TltEMO.ST.'
THIS HOUSE HASI
id renalntoil. ami In
every Way put in first-class order. It Is tho ooo!
est aud most desirable plaoo to board lu tbo city.
Terms, S23, SJD, f io, und 413 per uiouth. Housu
and hall healed by steam.
jl Docn repanoreii ami repainimi,
X'j:jisoxah Couvojit.
piASY FEET, Jso.
and thousands, rrom rar and near, visit lilt.
WHITE .k sov, 1410 Pennsylvania avenue,
opposltowillard's Hotel, Washington, and 11
North Eutaw street, Baltimore, for roller irons
nnd avoidance of Corns, Bunions, Invertod Nails,
aud other rootAUnionis. onion ruo, lis sluing.
TAltroiiflfd ty Un Mitt 0 (As II'orM.
' rlin lailaa tfitr tifinltti ah .lalti mbIIph AA M
-rxr H HARBOVEB.
Vy Manufacturer of
STOVES. RANIIES, AND FUBNAOEEl,
And dealer In
WATER COOLERS and HKFBIOERATOR3,
TINWARE. HOIMeVUUNISULNU
013 7I" BTASS&terA-AV'
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