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THE DA1IV CTITir, MONDAY EVEtflNTGk NOVEMBER 21, 1FG0.
The Daily Critic 01TT PmXAIit!. 0r rrr Wtnltwrw. Ttdt Term cam "aim ott C i to ft fflH. 5 f;e, fSf . $H) - ji J75 " " It " In n w TV IWiM toBMt MMl Md tblA flit ttf kritt1teWtwSgBHMl jforggbcr it. YT. H. Ah htoh A Co i Kmltlon'n Snw I'all Hnw. tnhii 9WM6&. tM pfowewltiatallfBieilt own, n-ntranyXwaKW ati9wM9iBhtreet nurthwwt. hue iwt return from tRe ewt; cm markets wn an Imnwme wnpplyof all k'nds of hfiowkeeprn ocnH crpet, to re, r ie. etc. Ton raw fnrnUb yrar Iwiwe f m nr to flwtM, at thM rtotis, with cMh V tec, an tn Installment plan. MMCATEO TO GOD. Ill Formal KxereWri nt St. 1'eter'A Conducted by Cardinal Utbbon. The mMnlftceot new structure of Si. IV let's Catholfc Church, at the rariter vi Second and C strwts southeast, wm formally dedicated yesterday moraine. The auditorium of the church wa irowded and about twenty priest were t resent. The dedicatory ceremonies were lone ard Itnpresflve, aod were cmd tided by Cardinal Gibbons, who also preached tho sermon. The exercises on the out side of the church opened with a piayer by the Cardinal, after which a j totession of acolytes ami priests lufuclieil aroutnl the bullilloR chnntlnir tl c "Jllsercre." At the conclusion of this ceremony the pr 'cession entered tic tli u i eti and pontifical mw wm relc listed by UIltop John JF Keane, as-i-Utcd by Father Define as deacon and Father Uroydrtck as sub deaoon. Ordinal Gibbons then delivered a 1'tlcf dedicatory sermon, based on the st vcnlrcnth chapter of St. John. The CuiHnal referred to the vast extent of the Catholic Church, and to Its great knttqulty. Iltr territory, ho said, ex tents from the rising of the sun to tho siding thereof, and the heroism of her mattjrs aod the wisdom of her states iv.cn have not been cxccdetl In the wntld's history. The Cardinal congratulated the mem beta upon the completion of thechurch, ami said that no congregation In tho diocese of Ualtltnnre bad been mora liberal on all occasions than that of St. l'ctct's. A number of visiting priests wero f resent, among them being tho Ilev. 'rtthurs Duggao. Starr, Uroydrlck, Define and Matthews of llnltlmorc and I athcr Dennis of Now Jersev. Too Itnrh Fulth In III Lawver. Michael J. Connor was In the Pollci C'outt to-day, charsetl with running ait t.tillcensctl barroom nt No. 00 Myrtle Mtict. Ho rnktd the Judge to allow ilic case to be continued until next 1 1 k, as his CMtiDsel was not In the eltv. Why do yon want n cotillniiiiicu i f i TMek?" Hiked the Jtldito. ' Ikcaiifu. vour Honor, I want time ' fi the cH! up In someway," was ( finnt's reply. Tlii case need no tlxlna; up," said ,'t due Miller, "and will b trlwl at this j atlou to morrow." Onlcr of ths Oolileii Orn. Tho United Order of the Golden Cross l.tlJs Its annual entertainment at Lin coln Music 11 ill this evening, and a in ok t attractive programme has been attainted, Including luldruMea and mu lt cal Kkctlnni, both voonl and lnlm 11 erilal. Messrs. Woodward & Iiothrop La vi! tendered the reception committee the use of the rtcvrrilnn room at the J!i ston Ilnusw for the u of the vUlllutf numbers. An Informal recaption unit c llallon will bt lentlered the vlillln rnimbers Wetlntwlity ev.'nln?. Try Betkelty. Jullu (!! Hlstv UT. Some days ago Julia Isaacs was be I' re Judge Miller, charged with va prency. The olHcra said tlitt she win a perpetual spuice of trouble la the See ted I'rtcinet. Julbt bfgl very lard to be allowed lo go, aad Jiidne MtiUr r tdcred her persoual Uiotl to be takea. To day she wm acuta In court, thU time charged with profanity awl an awtult. Judge Miller sld that Ute ought to have tten brotiRbt bwk again for vajruoey. and tent her Ut the workhoute for Uxty days. tiLikeley i pure. litturuetl lu at t.l!beth Ku(ene Moore wms fouad conducting Llmself In a straRge maiiaer on Satur day Dlght and placed under arreet by Officer I.yde. He was taken lo lb Fifth Urtet nation. hrti it was found ibat the man w. lunnv, and he was not to St. KlfutUlh Asyluut. Moot me aiuuipuil to eunimit suicide on t count of a woman's rtftunl to marry t im. F ur yenie go b wm eonSned 11 Si. Eliwbsah's. I crkeW) due r whtoky. I aMei' Jury I tula lltb. An 1 1 qu st and autopsy was held at le Stxn pretei lllo yeateMUy rrurniny r inn holy of Kqaanwii 'j .I a, nnadictl t Pn'vldeeee IIasplt4 n SatttjNlay. 'flM verdict of ttet jury s HmH Tab ' d-ath wh owtn to KiuotilMge ami iottammnllon of the i rge, eatsscd bynuowk In ih eiet ; i till tul hh ii kfaifn in In hind at 'I boaan II iiemh, on Xovnsber l. : I er gation, $1 per tjUt, SOc. piut. MittM. WlUUnt H MackriU ai I). i. Hsninae of tn Ariiogwn WnMelnsen i -ttidny hd the ttcoed of 1 hour id ttt inuu from Uniontown tu v .rlboto'. M4 Tb fuioiei watte the iU. mtlts U 1 hour and thnw mln tr tad th lur l hour.S wlnutomM i i Mcoavi Guy MHcbetl also role .Le diauscnin I bum and U mtnuWa. i buy, bin V Utt nortnvmt- A EJwndMf of t-u4.y bubcr shop . UiU-s. Iim lading ihi e made tgfiMt ' Ltu-U tk mo, Wire talka up uf.it Ju!w MUUr ibU moiuteu Wm -K mUI Ifcjl be uuld But he in to biur iLt-t cu.8 unlil he iitt io lb st mutt niu kad ail vet I I fit trll L-a lintoib. r 6 INFANTS sjri INVAU08. P FCfl AND 1 TM( CML Hrim$i 9uititvt ter father' t tbll tsivAtunk a CM.. ERA irttTUSS - TCTH.C. . . ...,1 roi lu cvwiHUt, -OkW4iMU. COiv !. in. --tai j el ttnunt. sun m au tUMAitt. -. GO 3 C AH CO. OAtOtt. "m DEATH OF A WELL KSOWS JODRSAlfST. Mr. it w r r in ora "Jfiiit ."" anaij-. Mr. Ell tvTH ttn Pot. a well-know jrwrnnllst of this city, died yerterday aftertioirtn at his home. IMS P stret. If wn 111 bnt a few rtys nml hh con ttttkm w not cnnMeml (wrliws ntitlt ywrerday morning, when Vfn Sowws aw! lWtock were cslled In. Mr Pox, rniwetw. trew rupMly worse, ami at l-W o'clock ctplred. Mt Pes emu to this city about fire yt fs a awl for a number of years was crlfir-r ami biwlnes manager of the XMfMM . JffftbHran. Paring, his con nection with this paper Mr. Pot wrote a tares of biiakfast letters to FreM dent i hmland," which attracted wide at'iMI n The Dttlf Xattonal Rrpvh Ucitn was tisnsferretl to the Pitt, but Mr F x and two of his sons r nttnned thi publ c iilon of a weekly under the old name A short time afterward he bian the tnbUcMlon of the IMfg It ftrhi-ngt'in I'rrM, Imt the twr1 ,l" pt i ded In l?8fl, and alrrs th it tlma lr Fi t his dcvotid himself to real 'tatt- effalr. He was ftH years of age ami wis born In Iinffalo. K. V. lie removed to St. IOiilfl, where he became a prominent member of commercial circles. He was the first president of the Bt. Louis Uoaid of Trade, and In 1S78 became manager of the St. IauI8 Diptilrh. lie was actively engaged In politics, and served a term in the Legislature, ami was cli.ilnnan of the Hepublic.ui State Committee during 1868 Mr. Fox was married In IS-TI to Miss Husebla C. Johnson of Fredonls, N. Y. Four chiMien suivlve htm William C , Kdward It. and Monroe I. Fo.x and Mrs. John Weddetburn. The date of the funeral lias not yet bten fixed, but the services will be private, and will be held at his late res idence. The Interment will be made In this city. riElitlnir ths Mqunr ISvll. At the request of the Good Templars, who will celebrate this evening their twenty-fifth nnnlvcrsary, the Ilev. Dr. George II. Corey addressed the organi sation nt tho Metropolitan M. K. Church last night upon tho old subject of In temperance, and tho liquor Unfile. Ho said that Intemperance Is the foulest rcourgc of society, the direct calamity which ullllcts mankind, and that no question of law, finance or moral) imials It In gravity nnd Importance. The. navllvc nlllnlty of alcohol Is the brain, nnd tho vital clement of this cnorrr.uH i-vll Is the voluntary extinc tion of iho reason. The evil Is en trenched by the strongest forces of bit man nature tho appetite, the avarice of man, fashion and Inherltcnce. These potent foieoe are con&oltiluted agatuat rcfotm The anniversary of tho Good Tomn Ihis titkea place at the Congregation il Church, Tenth nnilG streets nnrtli.Tost. Alilitit8 will lie ilillverwl by Ur Orri.hxRickha i f Toronto, the hlgtius fTcir of Iho iiiiIit In Atnetlcin, an I M'sii lit-tile Starr Kiefe of Washington. llcnuuuclnc 111" CICHrltn I lull It, Vrf. Helen I, Unllock, the nation-it orgsclrer of Iho W.-C. T. U . and N'evv York miperlntendent of narcotics, "poke ytnttiduy afternoon In the S.inJay bebntd riHim of Gartleld MemnrI d Chris tlan Chinch on the subject of the clz-t rttto habit. She told of the tinrmtiil (ITtcts ff ilgniette smoking. In the ivtnlng Mts. IluIIock Atldressetl a well attei tied mtitliiif. nt the aame church, of the W. C. T. U.,and spoke upon the topic, "Our Ptngeiuua Inheritance." She said that If the loillin lind designed to svengt- till hU real or fancletl wrongs on the white race, he could not luve done It mure thoroughly than by teach ing him the toliarco habit. Tills is our dangm-us Inheritance. Mrs. llullovk descrtbtd the action of tnlweco on the bralu, on the nerves, stomach and heart, Iircduclns what Is callvtl "tobaoco teait." She also spoke of the effects of opium, morphine awl chloral upon the t)k'in, ami closul by saying that In tnenty three States there were laws pro hlbltiue the sale of cigarette to boys undir 16 yeara of age. r.aia ut lle.t. The remains of Colonel lleverley KesBon were brought to this city from llrookljn yesterday afternoon accoui nniiled by Mrs. Kennon and Auditor Tlitllau of the lUltlmore and Utilo Itallroad and a relative of the family. The cttktt was at once taken fruni lite dtjiot to the little chapel in Oik Hill Ctwiiuy, where the funeral services weie btdd this afternoon at 3 o'clock. I:y. A. It Stewart of Christ Church. GeorfefcUwe, vttlelatfd, and the pall Leains were naval oSicen. Colonel Ktneon was well known ami greatly adniiicd by Union as well w Coafeder ate naval crticrs, and there were many iuivlvois of both eatwee at the funeral. Mrs- KtniKin will return to Ilrooklyn where her father. Major UrUwoW, Is 1 lag dAngerbUily ill. It tlarrltil h (Ihh, On Satmdny night Ud. Ilolileu. a yeAtfg colored boy, was seen on P tl, Br Tenth, with a prttw rUkt 0r bit h uUUr and acting In a tui ah-tbtw Hutuiwr. Afwr a Hula chaM Ottter FiUte plaetd Um under arrett Aiui ut:ktl him up at tbe Fifth tret a . Tao by oulil not ttlain bow Le CAHie tu hv the rffte. In couit this morning young Bi4dna lokt tlHs Judge thai h had pufenAand Mm parlor rltlu from a h y and paid tl.iJS for it in the presence of hU UMrftwr. The mother did not hmmat h a wiMuiaa, however, aI Judge VtUttr wt Una to Jill for thirty tUy. The ilfl was mil aia fraw Sutoaoa !Uei.lnAl, No. Hi Stk atmet. l4tui mi TUiMintVy WUUaca O. Judge of Xw Yotk awl tka bAU of iLe Awntienn Ttmoinphiril ncckiy, hld th Attenllon of Um 8 ptopio ho crowded Um hall at ft$i F atun Ut nftth!. Mr. Judge J a e:atat voktd gewtWaaan and told hi aniSLfiLi; piindplts of k&mytuf ad 1 1 1 he prttfitsa autdc by It ehta iesa during the last few year, lie dwell on ibt LVcUtt. of the oul which t hi Id to bt ibw- true aoctortne nnd una puiiij if ilt DKttnt fvnalo thn any Ur. In tpralitntf ut Um kiovi t -Wty now Buaatera vttfl thou ta4 k,)mt. ad cli m taw w MSM; It i tg givvu lu tile itureuE hui:ure i.f u dy. Hla Jaie Hog. Intercatb-; Jf wWJt nWflfcpff a PMwfWap iP PHW4iW Pp thcacia ytvvJfcjBsuf tfeaiiay tO, A. U. Bml taat wa. Shu ajao gam tiHjjrituitU aiii.uil.i to tfee djoeuiuiea ..f .'jiiiiuailnu. ut whida a b ss larctiM bdv-tAW. ne4 eslwe.d km b wtr to Uj lie tffiAi'y of tfiiil pijir P fltV WPflF 9 Wwi 9 wW WfffllW UU.ttis Wetdoft a4 inttoa thU n.oii4g sjxttted KiU ISiMMJbi a4 hHk hr W Uie iUat ftwtt tUo chaigkd nlih t.iOiluoUag a poiloy ah p At No. ii3 uet norUwcai. Siu waived trxnn.tmtiiop and furelahtid $!M bcL Jj fur initnuice befufe &k gcAftJ THE BASEBALL 6R0DND3. Mr. 9ww rilut an .imwr t Thtun Atinetiiec ills tiim, Chrster A Snow, by hfs irttorncy. Mr Sirs. Shell abarger and Wllwm, riled a crr-Mil sgatmrt the WMhregton Na troriAl Bawball Club, MtcHWel 11. Scaa Ioti, Walter F. Heweit, Mary C. Cronln and others. Tire bill Is an answer to the original Mil of Mlchwl Pcanlon ami Mary C Cronln against Snow ami other defend ants to set aside the assignment of the Washington Htcball Club to Snow. The complainant states that the board of directors of the club held a meeting aBd dellrtred over to him the prowBTty of the dwb for the consideration of $12. 2W, which was paid by him. lie came Into powwMnn of ibe property, which Is (Ituattd In square fi7S, about" Norem brr 1. lfflfl. He claims that he acquired the leasts to the premise In perfrrt good faith without any Knowledge or suspicion of any Irregularity lu the title, and denies any avetment In the original bill which charge want of anthottty or irregu lailty In the procfMIngs by which Ims carrtf Into the lease. He further complains that the de fendants. Michael Scanlon and Miry C. Cronln, and other acting in collusion with them, have wrongfully set up a claim that the complainant's title was procured by frnml, and are demanding that he shall lie deprived of the prop erty. They have thus cast a cloud upon his title to the premises and are hindering him from disposing of his right ami Interest In It. He acknowl edges that ho made a contract with the Unltetl States to sell the property to the Government, and claims that the de fendants are hindering him from con summating the silc, as lie desires to do. lie prays that the court will grant blm a dicree affirming his vnlldlty to the lease by which he holds the prop erty. SMALL FEET. 1li7 Are an IltiMtrntlon of ttie Ton- tlenry of tlm Time Tnwnril t.lttle Waist Hint IVentc lloillen. Any one who visits the nrt museums may be tttuck with the fact that the feet of all the ancient statues seem very large. They doretmso, but It will be foil ml that, for symmetrical perfection, these feet could not bo better, nml jet tlio fett of ttie aver ncn man or woman to-day are much smaller than In ancient times. Ore might naturally atk: Why Is this 'the answer Is not ilffllciilt. Moileru cus tom and fufthlon havo contracted feot to their present moll proportions; shoes lure taken the place of sandals. Indeed, it Is only one Illustration of many, of what ad vanced civilization and fashion do. The ualstsot women In ancient days were not ni mall as In the preseut age of corsets The health of wcuien In ancient times was belter than In our prectnt day of soci.ll de mands, botioebold cares and hurried living Women are weaker than they once wern. They fel Uepretaed, hint", wetk and 1h i KUld, nliere limy were once bright, stro nt and active. Such modern troubles require the most advanced treatment and the Ue-tt plilclan, ami most solentlltc aittlm itles t Hie pri-atnt iUy declare that pure - linn lnr.t are BiitctMity in most lives. It Is a MKiilfiiunt fuit, hotrever, In eunnectlon llli llils ilHtetnf nt, tlut only toire slliau- UnUarc em of value, while Impure are an actual listm 'I lie W st and purest of all stimulants now l.iiovtitothr ntilillc Is Duffy's Pure Matt V h Uvy. It It, liidwul, the only meJMnal whltKcj kiHiwn to the profusion or the public. It has been tented by years of use, and Is far more popular to-day Itiati ever Ufoie In lis history. U has many Imita tor and the usual JmIousIck which tihtrlt always btlaits, and fieoee, tsben iiaseriipii- iou ueaiers oner any inner article, iney ilioiild be given to understand that only DuiTy's cati be used, I'liiml fur Tliruwlnc hlona, John Pabney, a coloretl boy, lSyuars of age, was fined 0 In tho Police Court to-day for throning stones at the Janitor of the MonrooFchnol while he was wakhlne the second story windows of the KliiM.l. The lioy insisted tlitl he was Inuncent, and that the stones ware throw u by Norman Koblnson, and hii mother awore that he was working on the day that the stone throwing oc curred. Oltlcer ltliodta was positive llmuaU that he was the right boy. FlglitlUE Cook. While the guests were eating their dinners at the Temple Cafe lat even ing an altercation in the kitchen amused some of the men but frightened the ladles. John I! rooks and lleujamla Clifton, two dishwashers, had a quar rel and the former becan throning all tbe crotki ry within his reach at Clif ton's head. He sustained some pain ful scalp wound and received treat meat at the Kmeraency Hospital. Oiil Ilebiew arreil lirooks aad he fur nished $90 collateral at the First l'ie- tlctt itatlou. IluuU Your Uior? TLeold lady wbn repUed, whan akl bow ker Uvrr wm, "God blvw mt, I navvr beard (Ut ibere was such a thing tn th h4ue," mm noted for bur amiability. Prowelheiu, wku chained to a roek, wignt mw1I aav protmutstl to be happy, im (he was who U tbaliunl tn a diitt liver. For psxir I'ronwtbMU there was na escape, l ut, by the un at Or. fferee' PbMuc Fugiive PvlUli, Um tlhuinretiabtu tcellAAs, It iHoUa tMuter, eutMiipiUlon, iudigtarfion, ittzaikt and sicfc neabehe, wide A are eaiiMd by a diseased liver, promptly du al f s-ar. act la lttalu lbs I'asUir. The en.br of tun Plymouth Con-gH-tational Church , eolurud, deny that Ikeie have baw any dtatenaiotu in tha ckuich with rngAid to their pAgtor. They are alt In favor, they aay, of re UUdBg bint. I too- did, 1 took Slek, scows EMULSION K! .Ll: X take My Meals, I take My Rett, A- 1 I '! l'' Hi 3 IN ' '.U lo 1 V.l A .v J HIM, I t N LVk Ml H .l li ; fiui.g fat t, a Sooii's stuteioa of Ptu Cod Ljwtw 0J aaywtnosiiniit!soiLiia38iia jKiA OMV C l.k.U In isA11t C'tStMUUtUliSNI lilt A. -vf MA t, ASH U kutt irl 4 1I.iJ fukh em MY om AT 1MB AATA uk 4 t.NO A AV. t xaaa i i sr as txil a i im mut." sca TfcsiiitoiiY i siuTMiva akw. scorr's swlumm idi-nw iAwtiu ham.. Tajik A vu . IMiWiapfSjajaaAyjajtpnBaiaaBaga raf aFjay sj '(.'l.-.Co'iLarJ hajtagsjaacfti Rj THE POSITIVE CURE. I BLY BROTlIEnS. 6 'Wftrren We Carry he Largest Assoitingiit OF UDI1S' (10 MISSES' SHORT HD LONG UPS Of Ay Heirse m the Ctty. VB Abet) MAKE TO ORPK t FOR IaVDIW KVKNIXH ST11BKT DRBSSSS AND lUIUN'il 1IA1HTS. ALSO JiiYenFe Pattf an S'lesl Dresses AT TnK SHORTEST OTIC. VK tNVlTK AN JNSrjHJTION. The Combination, 1SC0, lMIant tl FSTRKEr. Corner Hth n. w & SICKLE, Liebig COMPANY'S 5x- EXTRACT OF BEEF lNCOJirAIIAIlt.E IN FLAVOR. l'-e It Tor Ileef Tea. Sonrx, Sauce (Oiiwo, n.li, Ao.) Anplo or Meit Jelly. Ono r-onnd of Kilraot of Beef equal lo lortypounilnof lean beef. (.'riiiilim nulj- ultli aliriinluro or .1, ion I.Ii-IiIk', ii nIiohii nliotp, In blue. IE GREATEST KHOCK-OUT CLOTH IIIG SALE On rconl. Trtces blown sky h!b. Valaei .ultBitit to llie four Wind. ral will Intbd Iilitnunwnit rate of the ovntiiry. elaaU rataat m we will kIvb will never be plvmn aalB. yowl ytiuroriportiiHlty Mn'i Heavy Melton OvereoaU, $ 73; r iliipfHl Irt'in tu Men's Chinchilla OvercoaU,S.ST; rwiuoeJ from IK). Men' Fine Kreyt, SA.TS. r8lua4 from W Kieaaiic rur iriuiintu uuhdm, jo; rvuawu from $15 llHiHl.oiue ChlncbliU Orcreo't), aatla Until. t8: rod ucl f rota SIS Carr's Mdtua Ovtmou,lapaBM. vilvt collar Used with dooiito vrnrp. lullia aad llk taied, sl;iedueed from S. fcUirS Men'o BlAUk All wool Cttovtoti. &, N duttd frmu tl- Jden'sltood, Solid OiulaeM SIU, H Ji l ducod from (I. Mfri'or.tl Hutu. aeks aad en ta way J, in.10 and MO; reIiM)l from i IS and $ , Tbe nsft MIlor-iuailB flruui Aulu. Haoks. Cu tawny and J'rtaea AlburU. sllk-llaai tbroesboul, reduced frua ATSO,H0aa4 ft) to lis. Cblldrea's OrereoAts, long eip, Sl.; r daccd from ) Hu Illae CblimWlli Car Overcoat, K.57; reduced f iw S- . Paacy Cheviot OrsreoaU, ft.30; rduoi fra to. lk.j' Cape OvareoiU, M to t yaaN, S-; reilwadfruuia&so l klldraa'a balls. 11 ; rduead from ft U (Ulldrm's sulu. i rwtaaed frow 4 10 Kii ILlMieu'H OiarcoAts. Ate. at 0 pair Kue fimU at e 3,0CO Mho's iaau f oar owa AAa(aetar tobe ieUUd at whbto prten. 0 Men's Caiw OvwcoW at 3A; told la try store for l. The good we offvr At lb prtoMaaawi aUilu w.Uiatoolh tha mutf. kkapliual. Vfa itufM than fulfill oar adrarlUaiBeat aud gturgbiev Iho value wa advent. tOIt. UTII AMI K St.S. S. W. (Kiley fiuildiJKi. H. FRIEDLANDER, KBGUTSKKU TRADX MASK. BERKELEY PURE $ye Olhisky. JAMES THARP, 15ai 818 V STKB8T X. Y. A TONIC. Horsford' Acid Phosphate. uud vixJ&ttjr s4 wiif mis Ihft famfViiiiit Lr H. U. CUriMGaVii. M, T., ft: tt haA mxnwi aa waat ,ifflit lea ii tealf aad irtiljtaa; MhtMAa." hx.i. . tHitaiBB, Htm UrAUWwro, vt- fiej$ TOFii Ifisi aa.aj ie&. AITlllrtBIt annul -!.. wftaictt Bi wfffl of liitMiltiWaiw Mhtl Iwtiaiaifff gAimt- fct him om wwd uBHEtfta to pM on Mw lajlat- AH athaaaaw Maaav DOTrarMWlt hO im v mm mmnwmr. IJJaa4 Wtotar tat.'rUtl.)a im ojxjb. 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A -A A -a AAA. .AAA A This series will be issued in monthly parts and will consist of choice works by some ol fie "Dest American ard Foreign Authors, upon various subjects, Including Fiction, Biography, History, Essays, &c. The initial volume of the series Is now ready, Em. Fffiifeer Will Be Csmplete In Itself. No. 1 The Blind Men aod the Devil. Bf-MttHSAS. To he SWtewtJbf io. 2-!n Tfustj w, Df, Ber frand's Household. h 3ftii8 MiB'm Dollars. hbmfm fm, ht Ymt, Sllfli MumbfiPf, &0. tvfciectotkiM mmMmI If lit koolwlliM MAMMttiMdaWMMlMjr prtpM iuoalt f 96m- III Si SHEPARD, PUBLISHERS, BOSTOK. tat Consignment NOW GOING ON. $90,000 woivrii Fine Custom-lade Clothing On ctnilKl 11 tot Ironi n tnrRC imttinfnrliirer, Iio ia oicrtocUoit unit In ncctt of Prices are One-Half of Actual Wholesale Cos1, BtrlM of Men's rn(g, R; actnal ralne, fit. 80 Mjlea of Men's Snltr, M, InclmllBir IbeTlots.Cn'slraeres ami WS0wllf Vrarcholce 'of TO style Men'i Suit, Corkscrews. Chev iots and Fancy Worsted.; actnat Talne.S. ... Kltaant Ures Eults, CntawaT or rrlnce Albert, Jl! aetaal T9tolen's Overcoats (Ileavers and Kfrjeys), Sft.actnal valte,$ll. 400 Dre OTereoats. nil weteits , W; actnal valne, Its. M overcoats, all shades, ail; actnal value, ffl Eleaant Par Ileavers. KtrseTS,Montainc, MrsmBy, e Jisi crtstom tailors chnrpe SI9 Bvcrr Rarment (rnaranteed as repw- tested or money refunded by tbe ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUS StfHITB BUILDING. 31 1 Seventh St N. W. CONSIGNMENT SALE. THE MOMENTUM ENGINE, MANUFACTUItED IJY THE AMERICAN LHERGIZER MAKUFACTURIHG COMPAHT, Limited, M1G F Street X. W Waslilnglon, 1). C. Works at Benning's, D. C. TI1K SAMB IlOIiSK-rOWEIt FOH ONE-TKNTII OF TUB COAb. Efttmntcs furnished for this Knelnoor Momontnm Knorulsor, whsroby partlos rnntisoKlectrlolty for Llghllnir rurposos. tutue their prjeentbotlor and engine, irntlnit the light cost merely tho prlco of putting In the i Knewtaw and Ilynannjs, without uflDgnni more tuel.ncd glrlnc Increased results In liottc.p3wer.for the ill-am evaporated. Infringers Will Be Prosecuted. GRS stoves, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS, MAKE TEA OR COFFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove lor summe: use, as the In stant the cooTtf ng Is done you can extinguish the fire. FOR SALE WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest, 3llfc lifSf huht ill That truhk Icakie from KHEEsiJMt BUT YOUR TEUIKS ABD HAMESS !KZ ZC IH -ti D S 3- &, 4tt Smtii St K W., Mxt ut 0,M-Flkwa' Uall UOTKUt A Hit MMHTA.VMA.JfWM. NEW YORK BUFFET, Umt ad Pwmt Unum Mi Um tta- ! U3fl8 H. OUtiHiO, MmlliMl. nHi: TTIMtMllTTtW If ff Amur fay Hiaiwimiigi mrnrf - WWPB "HBr"WSW w WF P r&fr ' 'W W Wf WHMnHBHi pl W 9tfK WW ' S1 UXVU TWUW AiO i-i. 4VK. Sale 1 of Itrntty Cngli. L $1.15 and $ 1 .50. IH 10 03 15 MIHUTEF. BY THE -17- 1 WW UXLL WM U. OAUT & CO. fcEREsV ItAlt KtlAIW. s-s-s-s s-f s s - s- Tho Great Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. PwiM TfSvir !rlMi!M Srtntfry Stt Sfl. Mairnrtcent Knnlpment Is trrrn NovKumm as, imo. Tfatris itntt WMhtofton, from rtstton, oor- n of Slith rnil R tret, m follows PMiriTWRtio srid tho Wert, cNcmo Mm I tort F press o' rnllitiKn otlbnla Cam st M.m a m ilaltT ; Fstf l.fn. tO.SO m dslly to CWcairo, rotamtms and St. UinK with rtrlor far tlsnlslmrir to Plttrmnr. and Steerilne fars from Mttsbnr to Tndlan 8 noils, ntt'bnrr to 0lnmbiiii: Altoona to CMrairo. Rt.Inl. I'htcsco and Ctnelnnail Express. SDOpmiUllr Pnrlor rar Wnh fMton to nartlsbnr, and Sleenlnx Cars Ilntrlubnrir po M Lont, rhlcso and On clnnatl, nrnt Dlnlnr Car Harrlabnrc to 8t. Iol, Cbtcsjo and Clnolnnstl. waitern Fxpressat ?40nm da'ly. with SleeplBR Cars shti)t n to C hlcaro and St. Iioul. connecting dallr at ItarTl'bnrir with tbroTHth Sleopera for rx)nlsvllleand Mm phis Pnllman Dlnlnir Car rittstmrir to ltlehtntmd and ' htcsro rrlfle F.ipr, in 00 p tn daily, f r PUtsbnrit and the Tet. with. Ihronnri S eepet to Pittsburg ana Plttsnnrp to l blcai BALTlMOIlK AND POTOMtO K.Vtt.nOVD. Ton KAsr,, ragandahrna. Rochester and NI erara Falls dally, except Sunday, 8 10 a m. Pnn RniK,CAnandalrna and liochenter daily; fnr naffalo ami Mum dally, except Sat urday. 10 oo p m, with Eleeptns Car Warti InRton to htichester. Fan WittUMfrnnT. Hocheter and NIaittra Palls, 7 p m da'ty, except Ratunlay, with SltfnlnCar'Wabln'l.nn t j Pooheter, Fon WitttAMsroRT. Ifenoro and Blmlra, at 10 Warn dally, except. Snnday. Fon WiLUAMsronT dally, 30 pm FonrntiADri.ratA, New Yotk and the Bait, 7.W).0.r0 lltOand 11 4fla tn,. 10,3.15.4 W, 8 40, It .CO and tl.r p m. On Sunday, 9.00, II o a m, 2.10. 3 15, 4 W.lOOOand ll.35nm. Limited Fxpress of Pullman Parlor Oars, with Ulnlnir Car Italtlmoro to New Tork, 0.40 nm dally, exiept Sntiday. Fon New Yoik only. Mmlted Express with Dlnli'K Car, S.00 p m dslly. Fon 1 iiii.AiiruniA rnly, Fast Kxpresi 8.10 a tn week daj and 4 pm dally. Bxpraas, hnnday only R40p tn. FinllcsTtm without chstmo. 8.10 am week days and 3.15 p m everyday. Fon IiroojaYK. V. T. all through trains con nect at Jersey City with boits of Ilrooklyn Annex, afforillri! direct transfer to Fulton street, aroldlnedouble ferriage across Now Tork city. Fon ATLAnTicCirr, 11.10 a m vreok-dnyi, lt.33 pm daily. Fon ItAt TtrnnE. 6 35, 7.20. B. IP. 0 00, 9.40, I0.CO, 10 to. 11 00 Bnd 11.10 n m. 12 05. 2.10, 3.1S. 3.30, 4 CO. 4 .20. ' 30, 5 (W, n 40. 0.00, 7.40, 10 00 and 11.36pm. On Bnnday 900,003, 10 50,11.10 a tn, a 10. 3 IS. 3 30, 4 l, 4.S0, 5.00, 5.43, 6.00, 7.40 10.00 afld 11.33 pm. Fon l'ora'a Cnsra Une, T.Mam and 4.S0 p m dally, except Sunday. Fon annamlh, 7OT and 900 am, 12.05 and 4.to p ut dully, except Sunday. Sundays 0.10 a m and I vo p m. WASlllKMONSOtmiETlN RAILWAY In Effect NovEjinxn at, 1800. Fon Al.EXANnnt.A, 4.V, (135.7.43,8 40, 9.4", 10.57 a in. W.C I noon.2 05,3.30, l.5 4 53. 0.01, 8 1, 10 1 5 and 11 JO pro. On Sunday at 4 30, 7 4 0.45. 10.57 n IS, '.'. 7, 0 01, 8 OS ant 10.05 pm. ArmjiMODATioK for Quantlco, 7.43 a m and 4.53 p m week day. 7 43 a m Sundays. Fon lliciiMonn and the South, 4 30 and 10.37 a tn dally. Accommodation 4 53 p m week dnys, TrAtNn learn Alexandria for Washington, 0.05.715,8.00. 9,t0, 111 15, 11 07. am: 1.80. .1.00. 3.50,5.10, O.Of, 7.1 5, 9 a", 10.80 and It OT p ra. (In vinday at 9 10 and 11.07 am; 8.00,5.10, 7 !. 7 W, 0 M nnd 10.l p m 1 lokets and Information nt tho office, north east corner of Thirteenth street nnd 1'cnniyl vanla syenite, and nt tho station, wbero orders can be lotl for the checking of 1m gsgo to deitlna Ion from hotels and reil dences. ciias. e. run.i, j. n. wood. General 3Ianager. Gen. Pass. Agent. Ii.nltiiiioi'C& Ohio Hnilrontl. Schedule In effect November 10, 180 Leave Wathlngton from station oorner of Neu dersey nrtnue nnd C street. Fon CtiicM.n and Hbrthwett, Vetlhulel Limited express dally 1190 a m, exprois B.SOpm. ronr-inciiiATi. Si. Louis and IndlanapoH, expte dally. S 30 and 11 30 p tn. For Vitthi t and Cleveland, express dally, IMOam nnd H5t pm. I'hk I exim.ton and tolnts In tbe ShenaJoah Valley. tHMiiam. Fob WirHtri.H and way stations, tS.30 p m. Fim I.rtiAV, HWpm Fob IIai.timmkk, week days, I 05, 5 00, 0.V, 7'.;. iBOll 44inlnuti') 8.30. 188.8.131.52). (Ik r0 4S-n.nutel a tn. IK 10, S 15, -j 5), (1 11, 4&mliiiitM-',3'V ISS. 4.W,i3(s.43-mlnutesl, 6,06. n.w. o v , n, B.ai. 7 s. , .ii. :i i. iu.il andllM pm Siit,day.4 03.7.J,7S0, 81), 9 is a in. (ma, 43-minute), 100, an, s.m, 3.1.1 1.80 (5.00, 45 irllllltm) 3.05, 0.00, 0 11, 6.10. 7 30. 9.' 0 10 SI. 11.30 p m. Tor Wat (-TAnnm hetwrsti Wanblngton and Italllmorrf. 5 to fi.'..1 8 am. l.'.to,.'l., 13). B o, 7 so, u i p m. Sundays, 8,'W a m, l.oo, . 4 80. 0 , 7 30. 11.30 p in. Tbainh ikae Hnltlmore for Washington week dr. 5.00. 6.). 8.30, 7.13. 7.-W, H.00, 8.IW. f.15 tUO, IP.-JO. 10.33 a m; IS 00, W.10, .ie, sj.so. i.u , i. in, is-w, 6.00, e.90, 7 03, 7.30, 7. 10, ami. 9 ( 5, 10.IP, ia) and! 1.00 pm Sun days 0.30. 7.15, 8JW, Hi5, 9.3il, lO.'M, 10. a m; 100. 1.06, I.W.-iZO. 1.13. ,1.(lu, 0.W, 7.03. 7 SO, 7.40. 8.80, ir.l, I0.0 and ll.ro p. ia Fob ANAlou, 63,"- and BM am. 1'-' 10 and 4.15 p ra. Suuday. a ra. 4.3) p m. Lvurv AnimiolU CX-1, h 37 a to, UM. 3,30 p B. humUys, HM m. 3 55 pm. For Stations mi tlis Metropollltn riranob, id.o, i.i a m. Si. 15 p ra. i'i rprmclpil statloM only, 1 10.11 a tn. tl.iki and t5.30 o m Tok Oaithbeiiuj and Intermediate points, t9.w. j.n.w), m., tu.ao t3.se, ti.33, $., 11010, tll.35pm. Fuk Povu'k and Intermedial jtatlom, '7.00 P ro. Cm M h thaix leaves Waablnton 00 Sunday at 1.15 p m .nopplHu at all station! ou Jltintiilhan Ilran )i. Fok FHiuuKitk, t. 80. f 80, (8.30, tll.10 a m, jl.U, 18 8U WJOpm. Vok lUiytK-TowN, tlfl Mam and tSSOpm. THAih airlia from Cbluago dellyltMam aod 4 llijitu; fnwa (lucluiiatl and St. Loiilt dally 8 50 m and i.05 p ta; from Pltttburi; 7 10 a na, ft 50 p ru cUllv. BOYAL I1I.UB L NK Will N8W YORK AND I'LILAOBLI'IIIA. FosNcw YiMMs.'irvuton at tlie Kait, l.0S. WM, W.W, M 00 m, i 50. 'fSt and 10 3d p m. Duffel Purlnr Can on all day train blveplBie tar ou ttui 10.30 p m, opn at 9.W pn Foa Hcmtom, 'i.to p m with Pullra an IlufTdt t-IeMpbu Car runalBff tbroiigti to Uwtou wltbout thaiiao, via Poutchketpsle Ur litre. lauding (otMitttfers tn B. X M. tatlon at Bortou. FuKl'muiMUPHU, 'te WOO. W.ft), 'ILOO boor. i.v , 5 W. . 15 aad ' W.30 p m. Foa KkKAKi., Tel.. WUaibwIoe ana t hter, 1 04. t'JW a a, W U auoa. i M), 'i ', 1.15. and W."0 p m. LiiaiKid kxprewi slopping at WtlmlDstoB. ostr W.eo a ra fua ikTtiUiEuiATK pola's tMtwaaq lliltl- niojti aad Hrfladadphttt. M aad ".J a in, 1',' 15, . t p ia. Tkai bjata Nv York tor Wablagtoi, ham. tu m a , UXii, ( so, 3.uo p u and 18 U alUt. 1Aik teat HdladtlpliU for Wasblnzton, l. 3, 'J145 a ss, 11.40, 111,-0 05, ; w p. iu Foa Atlantic City. 4 06 and 10 00 a m, l 00 uotM. Kusdaya, 4 05 a at. 14 00 B'n tBnupt uuiiay '1111417. f sundry only. Bajni( 14IU4 for uta ulwdkad from butels abd raW4iaca by luiou Trufer Co. on o-" drs left kt IU. kitl uMces, Sttaad list Pa. aro. Ld at dwtot. J. T uBJlL. CHA8. O. SCULL, Cra Manager flee Pti-4. Ax't JOHNP.AGNEW&.CO Wholaanhi aad RmoU Dealers la iftWis ad E&cfse's Creek Coal, OFIfiCK: 1481 pa. ava uxmuraa Building. YARD: Cor. H kt. ud Del. a. TBLKHBONB- Ottoa. 5W3: Yard, 978. MMUlVAi.. ADVICE V8aVIOE. u t VV 1 ! I a un Ij U v ' li lav 'ii rf,1 ismmm. .-! - Ok' .ft a I t , I I' l.tflll M ft. IA 1 1 It VU.. tt.-Jfulu, i . . I mil. VICE to APVIOIg. dociiTlir 1 oat acaciac 01 iu 1 tba i.eiiua ccj G. H. 15 nuum M z W save .;U I U lat .uj jvm.m. " - - u ttoa AJ. U, DTt II 4 J 1 L a u si. ou. s. at, L.-'ji qrBgnwtv f-li CHlCtiCSTCH i CSLISU rHMKYftOYAl PILLS fcHJT ' nJ . 1 .1 L-utUs- lit i Prilgi f f 1Uiuiul.i4 fersiiti Ut rt uwt 4c U 4 1 it um rtlirt Takt. awAtbi r - tl tt fcr .b, uls. 1 "J U.f I La JB loTBATaTV HnaHlulll nkT OaiaTf-J I atf'Bwt im