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IHE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVKMW, NOY1 "IJEI! 2-1. IfW.
AGROSSTHESEA NEWS AND GOSSIP OF TNTKRKST FROM TIM OLD WORLD. MMLLMEOQS BUDGET FRO LQRDd A FUwr Wkw IflKewlSM Was fiimttd Htt Bmorm Ibm. THE (fOtf AM ttttttt SIA AttrtfiS. Ne SslB'is. ( th Baring Brotlrj' Failnrv- Oiitnttlifat lutoawutt Ahtot Jtwh's Biswrafy. LoRnmt, 2rv. 21 A dttpftreh from Warsaw, hy way of VNmsm, states Hint Uie father of one of the three ymmf soldiers who were hastily f xecutetl by General Oonrko, Ike military governor, nn a charm of mnnler, of which thny proved to he entirely Inrtocsnt, bs. cone Insane. The father in question is a well-to-do merchant, ami offered several thousand roubles to a charitable object If his eon should tie respited long enough for a thorough inquiry. The respite was refused, and the day after the execution the real murderer sur rendered. The affair has caused a great sensation In Ilnsstn. General Gotirko Is watched for fear he msy commit sutcMe. He has fallen under the deep displeasure of the Czir and Is temporarily relieved from his olllce, ponding Ills Majesty's decision as to what, if any, punishment he shall un dergo for his blunder. It Is expected that the Queen's speech at the oiienlne of Parliament to morrow will refer to tlio Behrtng Sen dispute as In a condition which gives every reason to hope for a speedy and amlcablo settlement. It will declare that assistance from tho government has become a necessity In Ireland owing to tho shortage of tho potato crop of certain distticts. It will also urge the necessity of tho Immedlato passage of tho Irish Land l'urchaso bill or some other similar measure. The settlement of tho tithes dispute is earnestly recom mended, ami somo extensions of the Factories act, with a view of restricting the employment of workmen In dangerous situations, Is suggested. The 1'mpcror of Austria Is repre sented as deeply cast down by tho prob able fate of his relative, the Archduke John, tbo third (treat calamity during his reign In tho Ilapsburg family; his brother, Maximilian, having been shot In Mexico, and his son and heir, Ru dolph, having committed suicide. The llraperor went to day to pray on the spot where l'rlm e Ilti'lolph died. Admiral Dernier, the Spanish Min ister of Marine, lias applied for a lama extra grant for naval purposes, tocirry out his plans for the reconstruction of tho Spanish Navy, lie Intends to sub stitute rapid steaming cruisers for costly heavy armored vessels Future cruisers to have a minimum speed of twenty knots under natural draught. llrallano, who for many years was Prime Minister of llmimanla, and Is tbo leader of tbo National Liberal party, has come out as a violent enemy of tbo Jews, whom he declares to be the scourge ol the country. This change has given great surprise, 31. Hratlano, now In his 70tb year, having heretofore been a champion of civil and religious liberty. Italy Is Inquiring as to the feasibility of establishing a penal colony in the vicinity of Massowah. Africa, to be In habited by all persons condemned In future to penal servitude. According to Madrid advices Senor Sagasta is meeting with great success In his campaign against the present gov ernment. The constituencies la Barce lona and other industrial centres are enthusiastic for the Liberal cause. A South African dispatch says that a customs union has been established be tween Cape Colony and the Orange Free State, and British Itechuana Land will enter the arrangement on the 1st of January next. This Is the beginning of a Bouth African confederation. The Australian strikers have returned to the English unions the money ad vanced by the latter to help their Aus tralian brethren la their recent conflict with the employers. It was understood at the time the money was sent that It was only a loan, but many people doubted tbe ability of the Australians lo make good their promises to re turn it. Tbe Italian Prime Sllnister, Sljjnor Crisp! . declares that tbe duAeit for 1S91 will be Ofily 90.060.QC0 fr oes. Tbe Radicals insist that It will each fully H),W,O0O. CHUEL TO HIS C.tBtY. x litih captain hbkt to jail for brutality. VxTWKtir, Nov. S4- Captain Voas, tbe skipper of a merchant vessel trad log between Antwerp and New York, has been sentenced by the Antwerp Ma rine Court to seven. raoatUs" Imprison ineut for maltreating his cruw. As a result of hU conduct during tbe Ust trip all the hub deserted tbe ship at Jsew York. Tbe first officer, named Krugaaan, got fourteen months' iai&risoanwnt for par ticipating In the cruelties. Ha was also accused of smrileriag lbs second eaacer c n tbe high seas, but tbe charge was set proved against bin. Captain Voss, la addtUon to tbe term he baa to serve in prison, U debarred from taking chaise of a snip for on year after be leaves tbe jU. HONORING II KU DEAD. anmkmv or tub HumuM or the MAMHawTMK MARTYR. Dcexui, Xov. 84. Yeatatihjr tit anniversary of tbe aramrtsaa of the Manchsntef JUuyre" was fetoWtJail. Tbe weather wee remark ahty Inflnwwit, but BOtbwhhK Biting this fact, a huge number of people psocnBttml to Glee cevtn Ceatesery, about a aUe out of tbe city The crowd was afi oniimnied by sev eral fife and tinua bende. The touts erected to the wwaatyof the "aaajttyw" was iiyftiitl with nanny wseeth of rJuwers. and the ottiitm wee tealivefed by V, N. FtusesaJd, who celled ttpau the people ot to test latesietl alii the cuiuubttt; kendo of IsaUnd to gntoad BA1UKG hMHTHWb' FAJLlgE. AS IT .'AlaCB a fil JEW TO IS J IB SXSSt I.U&D03, Kv. 34. Th Wmkin JH uui,. in the oamm of a wwirkaWo riuit os the i iaiwiitl abuaMoa. says Theif if Wttte doubt that th dttB vu'uVeaof BnrtngMJua-. who mm RaisAt's i itktrt vexe tuintrduirly caiattd by uk. Jews, 'svttoae UucU ui koimu w the t,j fur it K4ttjr iLUjri, uf l ii.uji nikk aucculndua lhy deaii trr Mow. hrping the IJirintrs w.miM V farci'd to fall and thereby Itnnia tvrmM fce several trtillrmr nd all her flnaa-r-lal arrMftenrcnia wvjirhi be fhrowB Into cr1litwloll." TUI.FOtn AHD HIS UNCLE. At.tRtnT rtmT,n to MHeririTKTie a oftxtmxt. m.KcTroK. Lonryo. JTot. 84. Tl TOgnt Hon. A. P. Sfttfottf Hi faytst Isft to tfce Matqrjts of 9lhbry, at ff rtfteM Itons. ptrot to ttra mcettttg of the Houses of PatlHHretit. It It ranmrcd Id polltrcl ctrnlcs that Mr. Balfonr Is arging the Premier tn htke dTms of tie rflsorgantieed con dlllfn of ft iitbctnl party whlcU has nH cattwl hy th Pamell wianrlal an 1 hasten an appeal to the c mnlrr- It wa stated In the Crlton rin'i ! I-rrl Saltsbnty had prwrtoallv dp-rdf-d to arivtse the dlmnlnthm of th prewnt Pallamem dnrinf the toatsf of the sprtftf . Adtlrea nfgtnf tbe Con wmMv ptiHom In elector il districts to Improve tbe local organisa tions have airewlr heen dlspatchml from tbe central office. KOCH'S GURAT DISCOVERY. I RTRtTTJtrri. STATHMBITTS OT THIS BBR us jsuwgrArniw ooKTism. Bkm.ix, Nov. 84. The iTlag state ments of the Berlin papers continue In regard to Professor Koch's discovery. Professor Trendelenburg of Bonn his telegraphed characterising as fictitious the statement of the Berlin TagebUitt to the effect that consumptive patients inoculated by him experienced no re action, which statement, if true, would prove the fallacy of Dr. Koch's antici pations. Professor 7.lemsen of Munich Is strong against the use of the lymph by private physicians, as no positive proof of Its safety has been yet obtained. He thinks that only unimportant cases itave been heretofore treated for nubile exhibition. Professor Kerscheustelner savs that Koch himself Is opposed to the "lymph being used outside the hospital. Dr. Damm of Wiesbaden has published a pamphlet entitled "Versus Koch." FOR A NEW CENSUS. Democrat ATI II Itelt ltiporttun. itmnt Until Another Coniit In II ml. Nnw YortK, Nov. 1. The lhraU't Washington correspondent telegraphs: "Senator Voorheus of Indiana backs up the decision of Senntors Blackburn and McPborson and of Representatives By mini and Springer that a new apportion mcnl bill shall not bo passed by tho Republican majorities In the Sonata and House until the taking of an honest and accurate census. "The Democracy of Now York have a kindly feeling In their hearts for Sen ator Voorhecs on account of the eloquent defmso of them which he made in the Senate last summer, when Frank His ccck perpetrated a lot of cheap dema gogy by attacking them. He said to me: " 'I have -looked Into the way In which Mr. Porter took tbe census ,f New York as r'ecly and comprehen sively as I rould. and I am obliged to entertain lerious doubts of its correct ness. There are good grounds for be lieving that somo 300,003 of the Inhabi tants of the city were not counted. " 'The municipal authorities of New York have got together a weighty mass of evidence tending to prove that such is the case. How have the Secretary of the Interior nnd the Superintendent of the Census treated the case? Like fair and Impartial men anxious to do Justice and ready to hear honest com plaints? No; they have behaved as If they were a Louisiana returning board of 1870, whose only business was to count Republicans In and Democrats out. " 'There certainly should be an In vestigation by Congress of the way la which the census was taken. The Re publicans cannot In decency refute to make it. " 'Many Republicans reprobate the conduct of Secretary Noble and Mr. Potter toward the New York authori ties, and, moreover, they have not con fidence that the census was accurate in other parts of the country. Republicans In Oregon assert that an Incorrect cen sus was taken there, and they complain loudly. " 1 am sine that tbe Democratic Sen tors and Representatives are resolved that a new apportionment bill shall not pats until it shall be made clear that a correct census has been taken. If It khould turn out that the recent census was Incorrect, then it must be rectified before a new apportionment for Con gressional representative is made. It Is too Important a matter to be trilled with. "'To deprive a State of a Congress man and a Presidential elector, as the census seems to deprive New York, is an aet of Injustice which strikes at the foundation of our system of govern ment, which is built upon the theory of iqual representation of tbe people la tbe Government. It will not be sub mitted to. "'No apportionment bill must be passed which does nor give honest rep rt testation. Tbe Democracy will restet tbe passage of such a bill with all tbe parliamentary weapons they may pos at.' " TBE BGQKKEEm MUSING. Hi Firm I rinsaclallr Hmbrrad Bit Wants ta I'luU Uiui. Pmwi'Ba, Pa , Nov. 84. The Cm of TbamM Fawaett A Sons of this city is financially embarrassed. Judg ment and executions bavtt alrady beast esueied against the firm by the Central Bank for $l5.flflU. Judgments from other sources will probably be entered against the firm to day. The firm's qabililUx aw placed at ftf.tt. while the assets, it U claimed, will aggsegete Ut).uO. Willis Otth, the firm's bookkeeper. These are no charges or suspicion of crook id ness against him, but no act urate statement of the firm's financial c-on-dttkm can be obtained until Mr. Orth uttns up. Detectives aw searching far Uwuttua KriiiMUU Vary Melt. BstuMsroitT, Conk., Hoi. H Nut withstanding reports to the contrary P. T. Baraum is awl a vtiy sick man and bis cestdtdon excites the alarm of his family. Only his immediate friends ate admitted to hk suesesme. and they ate pledged to keep sectet the facts regard lug the true stale of hb health. It may be said wfch certainly that the old show stten's days seem to be drawing tu a clot. iiMtston tu save tuj u. U the Supreme Court of the United Stetc today Juaake Gray wowed the decMos of the Court u the case of the Tfasanta riotssa. who we under sessteatfe os denah in BsiptitBjOJEe. The Ciuui amaa that Ik United w ejBjr r'F'msiPw wasnBisrsB' wspr m w w Btatee has jurjadti'tioa wee the Iabtnd. and ajfiMU the oeciaion of the lover luCft AsaAnet sWtmce . Snauto-x. N. Y , No. 34, Jude Ptatt of the Suprtui Court has desied the mutiue made by the trustees of the SujLtr ?ruit to vat-atc the iaterlocllir) judgment entered ageuutt Uicuj THE DTSTRlCtS LEGAL W08K. Attwrtirif llstHfon stslrM f CnmrntvunHMrr. Ptatttet Attorney II j-rltoTi fca Mb mfttert hi atinnul rcpi n mdln Jniw. 1!B, to llw) Connilion'T tie sm: "Ujmn th fetlgiiatlon r mv prwteees sr, lh l!o. A. O Rl.Mio. virch tm irtucsi on Dwwmrwt t, isn. i mnmtM tlw dtutfw of tr otTlre of Attiwrrey fet the DMrtet of Colnmbla The vscsn clracawsert by th resignation of the Ktvetal afnt attorneja for the Dta ttlct provided by law were filled respectively, by the appointment of Mr. SWney T. Trwnwia. Mr. Netll Dn mont and Mr. Mason 8. Tllchardson, all gentlemen of high character and well rqnlppcd In the law for the official duties tho Impow d upon them." The District Attorney make a review of the hminese of his office In Its rela tion to llif court of the District and the Supreme Contt of the United St-stes. and tiles the following ea which were pendlnc in the Snpreme Court of the District when his official term confi rm coed, ami which were disposed of by jury trial: Hutchinson v. (he District trespass by District in building a sewer thrnueh private property InUniontown; verrllet for plaintiff $540. anneal to Gen eral Term. Williams vs. the District, action of trespass; verdict for District. Hugh Humphrey vs. S. II. Walker, late Chief of Police, Involving official conduct of JIajor Walker; verdict for defendant. Hattle May McPherson. on appeal to General Term, for personal Injuries; affirmance of judgment below for $2,000. Hennessy vs. the District, pctsonnl Injuries, on appeal In General Term; affirmance of verdict and Judg ment below for $8,000, upon condition that plaintiff temtt $1,000 of her dam ages, which she did, ami tbe Judgment was paid. Tbe following cases have been corn promised: District of Columbia vs. Johnson fc Church; Charlos B. Church vs. tho District; Johnson vs. the Die trlct. Messrs Frank Hume, W. B. Moses and George M. Kennedy were the arbitrators. Tho cases were old ones and had been several times tried with varying results. Alexander vs. the District, tho "Murdock cases," the case of tho United States, use of tho District vs. Murdock, was entered "dismissed ncreedj" and tho caso of William C. Murdock, use of Kvans vs. the District, was entered In favor of tho plaintiff for the sum of $3,750. Theso wcro nil enscs crowing out of contracts for as phalt pavlnc. The cose of Hoop fc Noopor vs. the Commissioners, mandamus to compel the granting of a liquor license, was disposed of In tho General Term la favor of tho Commissioners. Others cases disposed of wcro those of Woodbury vs. tho District, personal in juries; judgment of court below for 71C.O0O affirmed. Harriet R, Curls, personal Injurlos; judgment of General Term affirmed by Supremo Court of the United Slates. Kckloff vs. the District, involving power of the Commissioners to dismiss a policeman without trial, under act of 1878; disposed of in favor of tlio Commissioners. Washington Market Company vs. the District, to cancel special assessments for street Im provementa agnlnst the company's property; assessments quashed on ttr tiorori, each psrly paying own costs. During the past llscalyear 111 lunacy rases were disposed of. During the fiscal year 188S-18S0 there were 73 simi lar cases disposed of. Showing an in crease for thcyear 18S0-1800of 33 cases. There are 0 cases In assumpsit against tbe District, -1 of which were filed be tween June 1, 1860, and June 1, 1800. Only 1 case of haleai eorpu has been disposed of, tho petition being dis missed. That of Orvllle S. Wilson is now pending In the General Term, the question being to test the validity of tbe peddlers' license law. The commercial drummers' cases to recover license fees paid the District since 1S71 (thirteen of them), havo been seined adversely to the District. Forty-nlno cases of certiorari to quash special assessments have been acted upon during the fiscal year ending June 1, 1600. Thirty one were settled ad versely to tbo District; tbe remaining seventeen coses are In General Term upon appeals. The case of the Great Falls Ice Company vs. the District was argued and submitted. The"Qaueken bush" case, condemnation proceedings for tbe widening of Columbia road, Is also In tho General Term. The heirs of Admiral Quackenbush, who has since died, are satisfied with the con demnation. There are thirty-eight law cases for damages for personal injuries pending on the Circuit Court calendar. The accompanying report of Special Assistant Attorney Dumont shows the number of oases disposed of la the Police Court to have been 6,318 for disorderly conduct, 5,11 for vagrancy, 1,319 profane and In decent language, 375 violating police regulations, 240 concealed weapons, ITS fast driving, 143 treepass on parks, 263 cruelty to animals, tH indecent exposure, 131 throwing mis siles, etc., etc. Altogether, from July 1. 1860, to June 30, 1860, 13,968 cases. The segregate amount of fines Imposed was ftw,0Ol, and amount of eash col lected fiom fist Imposed. $83,001.01 Attention is called to tbe inadequacy of tbe salaries now paid tbe olttcfal corps in the District Attorney's office. A reform la tbe proceedings of the Police Court by Congress, as well as a divUtoa of tbe business which is now imposed upon it by the creation of either a separate Police Court or by the Institution of magistrates' court for tbe trial of Infatiur offenses la racom mended. Tbe change suggested is one is eonter upon ttte court use rtgnt or trial by jury in all cases arising under tbe liquor license law, and wbesein the finding of such jury shall be a finality. It would be an advantage to the liquor traftic. as it would no longer be embarrassed bv vendiiMC aimeais which ate held as a bar to the conshietalton and granting of by the Commissi onfis. The BBSMVhfffedBHtthBSBl tl 8 8 lBB nBBBSBBl&ABBBBtMBttt Oaf Jutbje JJUler, which is omlmiiiwl in the repast, and which pfovidea that the Stiprsme Court of the District shall have mower to review the proceedinga when ever a susBetent eese wee made out to came the court to grant a writ of error US VMUu KcAoverSajr. Hath Jackson, who was assaulted and teriously injured on Saturday Bight by byiveeier Brooks was thought to he in a dangerous condition yesterday. To day Dr. Olll. who is attending her. says that her condition is imntoeed and he conehaeaa hear out of danger. Brooks has been committed to jfl to await the result of the woman' In juries. JIB OWt BUI. A copy of the will of the Ute Phiiip H. hUVcUm, h- bojasdwr, of PtiU tkdshi, has been filed 1 the ofiace of tjVeTJijswwrof WUna. The wl to dated Maach tT. 1843. and ail his estate to he uuealhtd to hit wise. JuS MPbeaton Kkkua, to he hM in trust for her and hr heta bjr Clement C. Biddle sad ThBM?.WfcutoB, Hto lte and the sJ0MMwed Uuttees axe appointed ttteeutoas. i.i tm wb liceiimg a wets, or chOiirco who wantbeshl- Uut oil. hiuilil Uke ewjr u HUM BWTKHI. It is --" u uk. cium Wiktria. Inib ttmiuu, wlkijM.i'-M nai Liter timfioiaiM. CADTIOUS DL "1ATS. ! 6Ttftt1t rtltt PMKIIUtI tvM Jfftw Yniw, Nov 84 The Wastrtt; twn TOtTWpoiwtrtit of the TV 9' The mn thonthtfn! VtmoetiMi re gard the future one etrtTged with terirtw reaproTwiMHtfe. I met yrtrer day aftemonn the tall. Trptlght surd -wtratlve 9 ntner Democrat. SeiMtor Cotknli. He H one of tire mm, ex perfeneed of the IXemocMths sewjtws, and one of the most caretnl of fWMti laiora. Thtfmgh hi official mm In the Senate he hae bee rot familiar with the rrqnlrs merits of tlseTfeastiry. "He said to me: 'The fte.tt Howe will have Vcfore It a most wttotw tk. The tariff !eMatron will bave to lie ittlnd, hut what we want to do and must do rs to avotd any extreme legisla tion, snch as, I think, wa th last measure passed. There will he no de flclencv this year. That I, all hnmtmg, the talk about this veer's deceticy. But Bext year I think there will be a decided one. ' -Under the Mr Klnley Mil. through prohibitive dutv nnon some articles ami I rednccd duties upon other, there will mi a maraen necrenre in me rrTrnwes, The expenditures are constantly Increae lne. 1 he pensions for next year will be in the neighborhood of $l.W.fjrj0.00fl, and, under the present system, will reach in a short time the mlowd amount of $190,000,000 or $190,000,000. " 'To meet all of theee requirements there must be new lecltlatlon. It Is possible that this leclslatlon will be ar ranged through a modification of the present tariff so that the revenues will be Increased throuch the Increase of Impottaticns. We would have had a deficiency this year If It had not been for the covering Into the Treasury of $o0.000,000 held as a trust fnad for national banks In liquidation.' " I BROKER BRANDON FAILS. Iln Shifted Stilts In Stnrfct nmt Wan Unitl-lit llolh 1VJ. Nr.w Yons, Nov. S-l. Btlwanl Bran don, broker, doing business at No. 3 Wall street, has announced his in ability to meet Ids obligations. Broker Brandon was one of the old est and most prominent memliers of the exchange. He was admitted to membership on September 8, 1862, and was considered one of tho wealthiest brokers on the floor. It is said that all through the recent declines he was a hull and carried largo lines of stocks, but when the prices touched bottom nftcr losing nn Immense amount of money on the bull side he turned beer and sold stocks short and was caught in the rapid advance that followed. TO BE ELECTROCUTED. Tha Snprrin Court Orelilr the .iip Mint Din by Klretrlrltr. Chief Justice Puller, In the Supreme Court of the United State, to day an nounced tho decision of the court In tho case of Luglgo, the Japinese sailor under sentence of death by electricity at 8lng-SIng. The Court sustained the Court below. It decides that the New York electrocution law Is constitutional on the grounds taken by It In deciding the case of Win. Kemui Icr.I YVnihlnctun Stock Kichunco Bales Tlsgultr Call 13 o'clock m. Kck'tOB ,V Sol. Home H. It., 5 a M. ttso. &. Tenall.town It. It.. WJ a 4tf. Col. Fire Ins., 40 a 1A. Col. Title Ins., 1(W ar). Wash. (Iss. SS a 4,11. I. 8. Hier-trlc l.lgUt. 10alSSl;'JOal8Ai;10ataai;18alM:I0 B 196; 10 a 18; .1 a IM. Amer. (iraphophoee, 90 a lilt. .MiscDllaneous Ilo mis U. S. Klattric tletit 1st, it's, -; U. 8. Klectric IJglit, l" 0, 180; W. A O. It. It, 10- It's, K'9tV23, 11 31; W A, 0. Cotivertihlfl ', 116; Muoolc Hall Au'n, 5's, V 1MH, 105, Wash. Market Co., 1st Mort,, 0', lOi; Wash. MarkH Co., Imp., 6's, ; InlM.t Bealoard Co., 0'i, C 1W7, ; Wash. I.U Infantry, 1st, u's. 1001. 96; ftaab. U. In fnotry, ad, Vi, IMH, W; Wash. Gas Light Co., r. A, 6's, 117; Wash. I!u Debt Co., Eer. B, 0's, 11H; llygente lee Co.,ltt Mort., 0's, ; American Security ami Trust, lutt. National Bank Stocks Bank ot Wash ington, 410; Uatikof ItepuUlc, 970; Metro politan, aCS; CenUal, 300; Ueoed, 'J00; aruers and Mechanics. 1V0; CitlMna'. 170; ColumUa, 1H0; Capital, 190; West Etui, UT; Traders', 190; Lincoln, 110. Itsllroij Stocks Washlngt4Mi sod Georgotown, 340; Metropolitan, 130; Co lumbia, rW; Capitol and North O Street, 56; Kcklugton ami Soldlera' IIobm, M, Gsorsetowu ami Tennallj town, 4e); Brlgbl- iDHirawe Stocks FtratMn's, 45; Frank lin, 51; Matroiiolltan, J; NathMul Uaiou, 1U; Arlington, 170; Coroorau, 66; Colum bia, 15; Gtrtnan American, ISO; l'otowac, 60; lllggs, 7; l'aople't, 5; LIbcoIb, 51. Title Inauranve Btoeks Kml Batate Title, W8; Columbia lttle,l; Waaldagtoe Title,-. Ussaud KlecUte Light Stoeks Waming ten Gas, 441; Georgetown Uu, 50; U. I. Electric Light, 136. Telepboue Stocks PwuMylvaela, iV Cbeaiake sad 1'otowac, ee; Auaricaa GrapbotilMMie, 12- MltcellaBeous Stoeks. WuMagtoa Mar ket Co., 14; WafbiBgton Brick Muhlae Co., 3W; Great Falla Ice Co., ; Butt Bus Fauaraoui Co., ; National 4al De twitlt, S&O; Wasbiugton Sate Deposit, lis atbiB8tos Loan awl Trut Co., 4; Si UobsI TyiMgraphic, , Margentnaler, , Fncumatle Gun Carriage. ; Aneriwta tJtcurity and Trust Co, oil; UueoU Hall, 50; Hygienic Ue Co , , intamaaa Buildteg Co., . illorricd. t ICLK- OWKN.-Oe VovMtbar , le. br tbBv JauuM A. Harrakt. CkaMlM II. i 'turle ot BaltbBure, H4., to Jaude L. Owen ot Waah isgUM, D. V. Nu vatUa. KKTWIfcLB-VEKKlNS.- On Neeemhar a IMO.at the panweaae of t. Teca' OBsweh. AnaeMtto. by Ike Rev. father Raahes, Ibtxaas 1 otwhto uf ABaaoatto. B. a. to tUs AddW PtUu of WssBfatftne. 0- C. UVU.Mi-YMVnT.-OtL Fridar. bar a. tace.br the Hv. Dr. bSmT. at Us seat itasc, Vi Thaw 1 1 Hu'la to Mia BLancae retut. buU of Alexandria, Ya. WOOU-MBoWN.-At the reatdense uf M. UUyard ttwriaoa. SB7 STHaae a'seai aarth at. ua Sotolr . USWTbv Her Q. W. ltw, ilr. Robatt Wood ami HlM PMr Bsowa oftkbUtr. Bice. FOX t-uddulT, Nefvmber A lam at las twiaUBie. Uta P itreai aorthweas. Ui wttuaaaa Hez.ia tbe IW jut of Us aas- Puaerat ervicai at let laaUeace, Taea 4ay. Vvtrembar . at P- ? & f uwiamUy rwaeU)5lT lathed, inter awns at HeetCraak CesuMarr Uriate). WUEY-At I. SS p at S uJ. lhvoUr ia. iML W-arjaivt ana, Uiiant deotfUter ut Janue J. aitd Taaai V Brady. I'hOiilX - On Suiilar. Suvtiu'Hir at lsA. at 1JS b.. tldncra Cranio. ido oi tUe uue PbJlin franiB. aged T va and dy. a aatlx ol tba UXm uf KUUtfoaf . belaud FubbmI teuoa her lu raataenee, 4M auaat northwaat, Tuc-lr. Kjnembar V at 9 a. . Benulitii meaa at at. Patri. k ( UuiLb at tMTPrUzd, oftbe tasilr arc r atwotfailr htvlted ob duadar aMTuiu Wvtcmtiet sBhM XUzahatli Wilkta bvbertaws elda Lmb UrcJtBeUieJub!; aMSttte ,tlllia. f unaial (iihata) from the realdeiice "Itur duuj.LUr lira. 3ulu 1 Bae, UlVVinuut ateauv, ue TtMadar atteuooB at i u'tloc. fuixsaant la lUaswaud Osmeleri. UcIWSut -On Sntuxder, kuveiubcr .' utuu. euen. iousi2u( niiaaMr ut mv-wi uaithata lata uaaxv auataun, a aer uw I rc-4- nii 1ST UttIhhiI a-, ,11111a anaibwurl 'fniarelienlaea wul b belaTat tt Dotal nit's Clitui b Tuaadet asuMlex. mnitr at 'j o'clock Ku1i Ivea aau rri riMildi .:t rv awHitfuU; uv lie d tu attend. lstctu.at at -tfj)4hs aus, .;HWTI Brnnu uj mw II. muliiaurJBi 11 a oi tu 8 vm dally O Ui XHJS tUt. WE w wiu. Pe.t -buovjaw-ior aeeti' sxt hajir ckilbuw Sad rcrm osd caJ at JfbTB'B OU) fTXKO, J0 O : Aitnns sitr.iM, & ,1 M ANm i l-ov. An. tlonw tutwrrnitT mt Sat of tMWfjM t 1 VI T HTP T os a t'R ad Ha Tvr mf SIMMS HMW fX PARK. rrvo. on 'AYUr I1A103 ROAT) Ot SATTRPAT AFTWO' JWVW MX o, AT Ssno-CVif'K t wMseli on tttn ttrrif-mltB." 1.0 f lion' 'Tl HVPi PtHK, fntuwit wits mare feet. Tl 1a fr-int ot. A!Mt5T AV5N1R rn-twe-n It R R N A gstt; or W1 rtoi m tr ait AMh-. RAP. orprtolnt the etty ami sn rrsiiny 1- witurtTMeKl tnti umatter t. Ti rtm t 'n tMnt eh, talnnee m a and it n ot t ): rtfte to riew s ptt rent tntret n. e i nrt-il by dee of turn nn Bsypetty. or alt tb t oMIniinfnnTetMMr Adepowof ftntl rrjnfTrt t sate; e .nteyanrtnt, at pm i !iw r- eot. Tttm V be eewsfttwl with t frnriitss .ai'RUIAl, MUTIIIHS. A CARP. UK. JtWS RTAtl. invites the dressy swtrenwti ror til t K BBS'S. 414 7rnth street, snd place their order for a im-e!a tafsnent. oets-tsa 141 Penna. ve., nptwmtte W1lltds Hotel. Thonsaeds firm far Mid near vhrtt nt. WWte MtMIhmeiit for relief from and nvntdance of rom, bnntoDs, dlwwed ntdls and alt i trier fort troebles Hours. Ss.ie top.m. Mtitiij.t loU ofllee fee, 1 oer visit fjr I'tit t inir tne rei in torn oner, (wnnnimnwn, H1. !5sr"tAniE8!iutsysii.Ai)iiW! XT. McOsiretr Is the only hat and Hotraet frane nrannfactnrer In the rttr. OH nd see her new shapes, ftleaehtnc and frrMnc. Ptraw snd fori hat ltrrel to the atest styles- orders promrtlr ltended to. teas a street n. w. 3jT-J. YV1UUAM LBK tfnwwiui to Hentv te's !oiw), UJfDKRTAKKR. m PA. AtB. N. W., Soeth 8H. Brseeh Office. 4n Marvtaml are. s. w. KSr-wnr wot havk tour sirts CK' mail by one of the mort celebrated cattf-rn to Amerieat Prices same m thoe tMrdrate cutters eBftrge. r. T. UALL, Oes F t t) w. WAMTRII HKM'. WATTTKD-A WlltTE lilRt. FoaritAM br and e neral bouework for a small family; no children, a suit !le tr.in will bavp a good hnnafi Innmre WS St li t n w "IXTANTED-A OOOO ItOlSKtD; MUST hare Ant-ola referaaces. Oall nt 11 Connrellrntavenw. t St WANTKD-WHtTE COOK AND TO AS slrt In wahlnif and Ironlnr; gooil refer ences reiiulred. Apply 1S10 MwachaetM ate n w. i St WAXTKIl-A Oint. Tl DO HBVEKAL lH)iiework for a family nt two; mnrt lie a end! cook, watlier and Ironer. Call ImmnTlntcly at ISI7H t n w. SUt A7ANTKD-A WltlTB (ltL TO TOOK and do general hmiewiwk fur a small family, reference reiiu'red. Apply ISM Kth stn w. Wat "7ANTED-A SBTTtEI) WOMAN TO cook, waib and Iron fur n iirlVAte faail'y, mu't may nlghta ami lire mwd olty reiftenci" AHitrM lts 47 tlilii nfltrr. BSIt "IVANTKD-A FIIIST-CLABS COOK. A tmiler ami second man: liet nfer- t nee required, tail, bet Kami t o'clock, at 1S1I Kstnw. Wit. AY rAVTED-A NKtT LIPrLS UilLOKBD Kin in Borne a tiaoy. iga tiw itTg n yv YUANTKIl-A OIHU TO DO 0NBAL boufewotk; small lMtniw anl famllT-, re f erencen rennlretl Call at la'B M arlow n w. "WANTKD-A KCKIW WOMAN AS OOOK 1 V and ireaeral bonewnrker In a family iK 3, Bowahltig. 418 N V ave bet I ami 8 JJ p tn. WANTED-VOlNO WIUTB OlMt, TO BMtut In lioutework in imall family. IKSHitnw. -At WANTKIl)ITUAT10.if.S. UANTBn-HY VOl'NQBNOUHH niHL.A r situation as chambermaid or waltrm. Addreee M. O. X , this uttVe. SI at ArANTKD-lt AKBaBfECTAHLKCOt.'D VV woman, a altuatlon In a Klrate family good cook or to do aeseral bouu'work: mutt star at nlsbt. Apply 4SU llldce st. bi 4tliandMhnw, Sl-St VtrANTED-BY A KB8PBCTA11I.EYO0NO vrblte woman, attuatlon as arstvlane laondreta or chambermaid with fl'st elaM ptiTate family. Addrws MB 10th t n w. Sltt TtrANTFD-HY BBSPAtTABLK YOUNO white woman, ltuatlon aa tlrat-otaM lauadreuor cbambermaM with flntclau private family Addresa J. 11.. ears Mrs. Collins. MS ICtb st a w itt "t 7 ANTED-BY A FIBBT-CLAS8 COLORSD oouk a Ituatioa la a hotel or private family; beat of refereseea. Apply IBM Cbae trr Court, bet V ami W aad 1KB and 14th nts. 17ANTKD-BY A StNOLK GBKMAN. 1 rood boneman and eardener, place ae driver, ceasBmaa ar tasa oare or gentle Biaa'a re.Woc. F MABSJIIALL, Benabur. D. f. 38 St WANT8D-BY A RBet'BCTABLK COLD woman, altuatloa as Bane; experleoced and willed; city refareacea. SIT Mb ilnw. AY TANTBD-BYAN KXl'EHIB.NCED COL i ord woman, kltuatloa a oood oook ia pflrale family. lUiawhatHW. it-it AA7 7ANTED-BY A WBtiPKCTABLK WHITE I airl. a rlara aa ebamberBuld Imialre at ei rear Sd aad K ate a w. 41-St rUH KKNT ItOOMS, IOB BENT-1S4 L T N W, ELEO tNTLY I' furnished parlere. badrooai aad private bath, aa ttite. tnt Boor; central tuuatiaa; Bear all principal hotel. l-at I70BHBNT-FBONTSECONB-STORY BAY ' wudo rooaj with alcove; abwaatly far Blad a partur aad bedebawber; raetac bouib. rtlUtw. CeateaBd we it 4 -St I?OK RESiT-l UNKOKNISHBO KODMii iutabie for hoa keepia but aad cold water, (or SIS. M K t a e. two .juaru of Oovwaa.aBt l notUue oaice. -MM. I XB 8FV T-l" I LST X W. HAMDsQMBtY V fataUIU'd urU .ooan eu anile and eti;lurute and grate bre sear tbe Prt lead. . 4 TTOBBKKT-FlBiilbHlD-lilTriSU XtO 1' bfdrootu, x.uth float aiBgla neraoas teil Cor contt t. S4jM F OR BENT-TO OKNTLBUBN OBLY furnikul nuau: laraa. brbtat. haad- aotarly fuiaUbad. 1 t aad 1 Boora; tuitaMe for roBBtriaeiBB and othars; ary desirable loom and leeality . TIT B at a w. t-at lOK BENT-ell 1ITH STX W.lUKfVR,- X alanea room on aa bout: aeat aa bath adjoining- bright aad i naarnii private mat tantfly. board u dealreq l.XJJt RBKT-TO OBa'TLMtUMi. Ft R J , fcud toem ud board, reaaoaahle nrloe. 17 FcbSub Fiae, bet North c'apitol and 1 . K and Lata. Seat ITtJtf ILB.NT- ISPlBkUUKD BOOtti X' alee Tucaliiott on ear Una. TU nth IMItltlVV-l HAKDeUMBXY FUbUUBUBD I' raoou, Ut door, to i.-eatleawn only. UK FMB w. 41 TWB BENT-eH 11TU kT KW 1 I NFLB L Btahed room oa H tour; ba a: heat, cm and but bath ad ioialna. briebt and cheerful; Jioialna. 1 buardlff .1 tt U41UNTKY KH.1I. ItBTATW. TReALX-SUkaaVBRAUTiri'L. Beaitby J? farm, 400 acre; lanot brick reaideoce ml ueovaMtry vutbulldtsjt1-. etc, us Aanauo 1U kailruad; one hour from Waahumtoa. &A druf mo Maj ave w tut nCW SAL ABOUT 17 AX-BBS OS ID T x a exteiaasd, on tae uue us tne BBSuae- ton sad Soldlera' Home Ball way. baUea part ot the ualate of UelateCtdel Juatloe ChLie, bow enlled "Sahfwaood;' a sjood onportouiiy or investors, aw iaoalxe of CBAFIW perUc Blare. Bttoa. 1 at i etc, eew irv.tB MUBKY TU UUt. AlObBYTOUlABOU ttBAL BBTAi'B "B ill trkt-ctSAa aec-ttrtttea at lowoatraiu. uf fiUeteei. No delay where aeuurttil tfood. ' hi SLat o w. MlttitY TO UUV oy taOOO alfcCOBlTY. WJnuBoa.tWUeve. UBVBT. SCttB. TO UXB OH aVKeX B4Tf ML'tltlTY. AX AD S FsW CtttW. 'W' ta i riBBB- TBBligillil gaJrati BBBBallirtft O C. BUXL. BXt-L BBTATB AMD LOASW-, D, BareBBM toeilpaxu of the alty Ul Corur ath aad F is ihlltui USHIICTOI BUSINESS OIRtCTQRY MCO. RTlttAL. Ja. 41 7th t. n. W. nFba.MnSiTyT sriiMrtt PIAl.1SMlI.LB.9ftVJMht n w. anAJAii. KNf.i.T n.. ii p. h, w otBr"ii isceitthrt n.w. m to n. mnni o. iv Pa aw Zvritjt rtKxi t v its. a. . MKmmitiiiAH'.sintthtt. ftrWrA' WW BlttlB.. Wh ami P -t. -- - """"' -t-MM-'- - " MftrTH . BwrR7jSSFBBIjW S!snKl Mt BfJBCH BBB forth f' WJ.Va.ar Ah W AlS-t'S. net. .irLlVt" BljiiSllWW 8thantl.rts.e..v.B. 8.1 PALSBltS'S-nD't w TUB HtTtosAfcBtKBmHm ..'ttr.thn w. BABTnnMlSAT BBBW v, sns nth t n w. B-.B, worm. ir n t n w. nil BrHRXTB. 4111 ISth n w. (Aftt.HBtWf'TI,4171rtht.n . BOB mtLTXIlAiv. Mil X. T. sve. t.M Rrw BI.L. 1SSS 8 rt n.. LBW BEWJISTBR. 9th attd Fa. ate H. W. nBlVER.flBsFa.aTe. I). RAOBHTT, MM PH are. nit n. tlbBB, 4 I H 1 HA K7?J.. i. It. HKJM? Mlh St. B. cesi st. 4IIIIK P" n. . ftOTTMfJI.e. ?. C. PA LJ BPjttM IM h st. nw. TUB ABLIBOTrjJt HOT CO 17th and R n ti nt Tti:n, vJtnl:itc .i.vis imns. iAS. F. OTSTBM, Pa- ave and Sth St. ;n tv m; mi. A. LOKFFLBB. fte Centre Market mm. T.KR45B4tnM Centre Market. J. 11 Btn-t II KB. Sim to Ml Centre Market, t DW. BB4IOKB. Ml Centre Market. OTTO r Ft PPBKT. M "W Centre Market. A. 4. HIL Y. W M Centre Market. 11 IV YOT.tlS. OBO. 8. ATWATBB it, CO , 1444 IMS Pa. are. OVERMAN WIIBBLCO.TI.-. ISth st n w. hoots, trnor.s axi ttvnnnns T. II MOKANu 494 Mh rt. A L. IIAELBTtiN.4nTthlt t. STHICKI.AJiD, Mi's, aw OBO. W. Hint. 717 Market Mpace. HOW Ell. MtBHAY,SPn;thrt n. w. JOHN C W II.LFB. Jr . 9f Tib St. n. w. L. llfllBHlB,47thsl n w. .1. IKioU one I'rheShoellimee.TSSTthst. NATIONAL HOT EI. 8IIOBHTOKK,4mi'a.ar. II. WALBEHTUrKBIt, 1W Pa. are. JOt A. KBI'BTTI, SIT Pa bto. s. e. M.OHKKNIIAU.M.SISI M et. 1). hlCIt A SON. HM-4 7th nw fl.l.Yftf.'ff.V. Itinoft a).. Pa. ave ami If th rt. LEW IS JOHNSON CO.. leth and Pa. ave. fOliHIN A MACARTNEY, 1119 Fit, ItATRMAN ft CO., Mil F St. n. W. M . MA V.iK A CO , SIS Mh St. WOOHftft CO.. 11M Fst.n. w. LEWIS O TKWBBBfBY CO . IW F. II I A US. CENTRAL NAT. HANK, Till t. and Pa. avo. SECOND r-ATlONAL. BOD Tibet n. W. COIC1IHIA NATIONAU9I1 Fst. n. W. NAT HANK IIBI'tlllLIC. 7tli and II ets. FA II M E BB' A MECH.'S NAT .for. MwndSUt. HOOU.S1. 1.1 hits AX It STATIOXHIIS W. II. LOI'DRHMII K A CO., 1IS4 SS F. MM. IIAI.I.ANT1NK A M)NH,4W7th St. A K V.II.1.MMH. !Wtl Tlh t. n W. W. II. MORIIIFON.iaw Ft'. . CHAPMAN A TAYi OH. 9I la ave. nw. BAhTON A Rt'Pl'. Wl llth t w. v utvr.r ci.it.txHH. EMI'IHK HTKAM Ut B Maes ave. F. II. YOUNQM. 1401 Pa ave n w. r.ixonn.s a xn Airxixns. M. COl'BMND. 4W llth st nw. cash ii inn r run. XAT'l, CASH RBfllwTER CO. leth A BeUnw, cAiti'i:.Ti:iis ax n mm. hints. ALBS . MILLKR, 115 Ohio ave. DARBY A DAVId. ISM 1Mb at n W. C. A . LANULEY. 310 ISth t n W. t aj.. wixr.s ash hkaxiuhs. TOKALON V.1.NKCO .SIIlKhst. COHSV.T COHHHCTOK. M. C. WIIBLAN.lKSFat. VAT lilt Kits. F. FHBt'ND.TdMb t. B. W. D. .1. WBYMAH. 1SS4 llth st ALBX. FoltTIN, tew llth at w. LOUIS Oil AI'INM. 1711 L at B W. OHAY A HltO., 170M Lt n w. cxorfffHK.v. VICTOR E.ADLEK.7S7thw.er.M.av. M. KAUFMAN, eomer Mb and I ate. e. 1. UAMlll'ROBR A bONC. Ml Pa ave. N.Y nNRPBICKCLOTIU.VCI.SUTtkst.a.W. nOLDBN BAULK CO., alt Pa. ave. s. e. W. NORDLINOBK.SIOT Wit n. W. B RICH A ON. lass-1 Tth nw- e.iKf.iu;.v. ANIH SW J. JOYCE'S SONS. WareroeoM. 1- -so Cobb, are.; Factory, 41 14 llth aw. W. Y liKYER, !. ave. Aleo BarBeM. HOH-K AND CABRtAOK BAZAR, m-n La. MiDBRMOTTA HHO.,519 Pa. ave. B. w. S .' M&EKK, No Stl Q t n w. V ILL1AM WALTER'S SON. llth and CtUlW t MiK A JA BOE, S3M-9 M St. A. a. OKBOORY, N Y ave and Stb at. c oxyjic tiox i:us a xi c a i-'kv. J. FCS6BLL. lt N. Y. ave. T.JARV1S. SSSMbat. HINBE A BL'DD. Sk9 Hb t. CBAS. f. FLBUCHMANX. 1410 Pa. ave. C.li'X'V TEM PLB HOTBU S4h at , op. U. B. Fat. OtBee. TR NEW EOLA9it)OAra.5M9tht. BIBS' PfMK6 BOOMS, IBS Pa. ave. C . ffJC TIUSHJIH. M. BRILL. 4H Mb t. WboJeeoU). B.S. j.pBOHBIXA.Sltlltbat. Wbolaaale. FliXDIKG A CO., 197 Pa. ave. SILL'S, MSJSPat. bHBr-ISA CO.. rrr 1Mb aad Fata, a w. BBESNAHAKA fO .4BTlhat. tt. w. r.MI TUB. ITSB41 Pa. ave. a. w. BilXXBTa. 419 Tth at- B w. A. QCTEKVKST. IBSt 1 tth at a. w. HI I UO.Mf,. JM OaM BROS.. WW Fa ave. i. oka run. BkKRYF BEB,3BMUbw. JIMV till OHH. JOBS H. SjaOOT. 14 M at. V.M. aHlbTBR A aOtiS, l Fit. ve. utatBi uu x ibu., io ran at. n. w. SEA.TOK FfKBY. Fa. ave. and kth at, TtoS J LCTTbELL.lBSFare. JOBHSOS A LCTTKBLL.m Market Space- T. BBIVHaBDT. 7th at. a. w. S J FISUBL. la Fa. are. GBO. F BAB1UV. 319 Fa. ave. . e. S.D BCBTHA CO.lSaSTtbat bw STBliN'S OBY GO De ROUSB. 9Me TU a. w. W OTCLABB A ( O.. Sit MarSet Spaee. GBO. rOHBS, wis lb U. a. w. CRAtO A J ACKbOir . S144 M at . a. W- S. F. SatnB.SUMBat b w. BBBMAVS BMF4MUUM. SSt-7 44 St S V- 11 BOHKXB A BMO. lt 7th at a w. wv uuisr. IBAK P. w BLLBSt, 7H Kh at Z. B itlU-MAK. eaT Pa aee. t n. iMiBASs xsti re, a SAJSCBLT. STOTT. Bj BOMBOFATBIO FfXil 1 Hotel Buiidlite l. nan a OBO. A BeBfTLBr. U :b aad rorouaaa aU. O. S. SteTBOBK. a. our. Sat and O at, n. W BEJmSBCBO A BLLIOTT. Wuelttbat. a. W W D BRenLSfttb aad Mat v. 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