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THE DAILY CRITIC, TCKRDAY EVENING, KO I.MIIEK 25, 1W0.
I u r IN GOD'S SERVICE. tik rurifcipifi? or tri mothir- lOOB 0P ST. AWW11W. Inttttt-R MMrtlWc tt AIRflt t- iee lT IHMlim f n msKrlit MtVTlM I FtWri HtsJtWw Ahmrt Ave yenf ago twelve fnvtttg mm of Chtcatw, nwwDtw M ttn IMWe Clw nf St Jmuct CStwfe't, emm to the tPBt Inefnn that trwr emM nV mot for the Ir rfinreh, In a brofetor rI I of iBbrr, If they hut tinittrl tlrtlr effort, arl, acHite- nfmn thai belief, formed "The BrotherhnrU rf St. Andrew." TYr trjr.rtl.Hrni found ImmedUU fnor wll! the jonntfr members of (be church awrt ere faptrllr, opreadliif ttrm chinch to cbnrcb, pariah to parish, diocese to rlrnceBe, rttitH row It baa fotmetl an entires rhalh of frater nal love amon the eetlve Chrnittaeia of the Episcopal Cbnrcb from one end of America to the other. The membership hue Incimtwwl tram twelve to over six tho.taam1, ami Instead of one tbete ate bow npwnrtl of four hundred chapters, and others are con stnntly being formed The yotine men of the Kplaeopal cliurches In Washington quickly fell In with the idea, and were greatly tm pressed by It, and soon so nnletly was ft done that no one seems to know Jitrt how there were established the Kplphany Chanter, St Paul's Chapter and Ascension Chapter, and Herman K. Vclle had been ehcletl rhalrman of the Local Council for this District, with P. II. Pierce director of Epiphany Chapter, "William Klrktia or 8t. Paul's, and .Tnmes Bait of Ascension. The membera of the chapters here seem to have feared that not suHlclent Interest was helne taken In the Broth crhood In Washington and that the alms and objects of tho order were wot sufficiently appreciated by the latty of the churches here, so arrangements ware made for a meeting at which prominent members of the Brotherhood should lie present and deliver addresses tinder the auspices of tho local council. This nicotine was held in the chapel of Kplphany Church last evening and Its announcement proved such an at traction for tho members of the order, as well as those who arc simply Inter ested in tho movement, that the hall was comfortably filled when Mr. Velle stepped upon tho platform at the north end of the chapel and, as chairman of the local council, renuested that the meeting come to order, whereupon he stated briefly that the meeting waa for the purpose of Increasing tho Interest In the order and to explain to tliwo Inter istcd what It really was. JIu said that n number of prominent gentlemen had been requested to ad drcjs tho meeting, but that Messrs John A. Henrd and O. Harry Davis bad been the only gentlemen who had been able to accept tho Invitation, and read lettirs from Arch Deacon Moran, llcv. A 8 Llovd of Norfolk, Vn.. and Henry A Sill of tho St. Andrew's Cross, all impressing the most sincere reeret nf the Inability of the writer to be present. A brlu! prayer was msdo by the llev. Dr. McKlni, rector of Epiphany, after which Sir. Velle Introduced to the bearers a short, rather pleasant faced gentltman, whose mouth was con cealed by a luxuriant golden mustache, as Mr, John A. Heard of Philadelphia, the tlrst speaker of the evening. Mr. Heard said ho was greatly pleased to Lo able to bo In attendance on the meeting, especially as he and Mr. Davis, who accompanied him, are members of the General Council for this District, He said ho had como over to see bow tho work was progressing and was delighted to find It nlready Btarted and well under way and that tuo young people of the different parishes were thoroughly alive to the importance of brotherhood work. It waa a great pleasure, ho said, for him to look into the facea of so many who are ready and willing to work for the church. Mr. Heard, continuing, sketched briefly the history of the order, and said ita prime object waa to spread Christ's kingdom among men. It was modeled upon two rules the first that of prayer, the second of service. The second rule required that eaeh young man becoming a member of the order should labor to the best of his abilities to Induce some other man to attend church with him every Sunday durln? the year. This "rule of service," said Mr. Heard, seemed to be a great stumbling block in the way of many who would like to Join the Brotherhood, for they say It Is Impossible to brlag into the church fifty two men every year. "But," continued he, "nobody expects them to; It la well ulgh an lea pocsibility, and this we admit, but one can at least try, and that Is ill that U required." The speaker then went r- to explain what brotherhood work tlly was, and showed that the slm lestaetdoa In Christ's name ad for It is cause wa brotherhood work. Mr. I Ward wa htetd throughout with the greatest la Umt, and at the eooelusttw of bU re marks waa enthusiastically appi-iulad. After a hymn had been mib Chilr w..n Velle iotrodtteed as the sext speaker Mr 0. Harry Davis of Phlla delphia The geetUwaB U evidently an earnest worker la I be eause of the brotherhood. He has a bright, at tractive way of talkieg, and sueb a clear insight Into tbe workings of Um order and a eonelse way at ex plaining hinualf that all found a pleasure la Uaieaiag and frequently in terrupted hie reworks with applause. After acknowledging the) reception givea him and saying that it only served to show there Md exist a frtttetnal Imd leg between ueiubere of the Brother hood, be went aa to apeak of the alma f tbe order Tbe noraasl condition of a eattstUa," said be, "la work, aa If be is sot working there U something wrong, that i an be put down a a axiom in lecbrUllsii." Mr ItavU then explained that ia eu--iog out the alius of the ofdar one waa nly doing whet he had vowed la do when baptised and noalrwed ia. the i b urch aa a faithful servant aad soldier of ChrUL He spoke of the - con vention of the Brotherhood of St. Aoditw held In Philadelphia, aadaekea if an a.ttta l of 400 delegates, among the aiuahcr befasg live Bishops i f the church, ajseaihleri fioui all parts of the United Stales, did not nans something If It did not a that tbe loeseivauW of the Episcopal Ctntrch waa slowly giving way to a fueling tkat wiib the laity of the church Us life Ujv No aaM, sia Mr Devis. "i atote I' yal tu his church taaa I, yet I thank (oil that the feeitag if gloving ia the i Lurch that young west cea be used for n icood " The Brotherhood of St. Aaurew vtU roive the dead body of the church, Mr. Htm Uiougju, tiecamg taete w tccriiy, activttjr aad among the young people, and they vurked betier logauer thaa any other I'aaa. hlr Batia spoke of the fact thai iM.yimiii ia cunatituted diCcreatly n jbU Klluw, and we adapted for f- i,c fecial work In (.uoclujuua he cli i. luipreas the duttrlac vt Indi vii'vsl repfTiIHlty upon bM hearT" Mien Mr, Dsvts had mnrinileil brief rtmarka, rnlogfstlr afrtl commenda'ory of the nrortrfrtimorl, were mmfle by tb lit Dt MeKlm. the Rev Mr Stwfe ard tbe llev Mr William, and thru cloven one of th moat Inferestlng meet Ingt ever held ht WaMngton by ft simi lar organlatbti SnBdny next h St Andrews day, ami fjwtrtal rervreea will be lnM at St. Panl'a Cburrh rm Twenty-tbttti Wfeet at 7 iW In tbe event. Tbe lrwberood wfll attend In a body, and wfll Ihteti to a ermon by the Rev. Dr. Gary of Trinity Cbtttcb, New Tot. HS OtriTON FAILBKB. t) r the Millet Plritu In. the enth MKtrnw, Tmw., Nov. . Tbns. II. AHeti Cr., cmwm faotort and pommlMlon merchants rfolnf bnMnen at No. 8 Mitfteon stmt, this city, made an alignment this momlnf. Tbe mm h one of the oWest In the finth, ami has a branch office In New Totb. Tbe firm ! composed of Thomas IT. Allen, r., Thfls. It. Alln, jr., Harry Alien ami It. Allen, Jr. Tbe announcement has canted a pro found sensation. HIE THREATENED INDIAN OUTBREAK t)enrnl MIIm ItncnRetl In Jtmnlne the Iroops nt I'lno Itldee. EtNcotx, Nut . Nor. 23. Governor Thayer said last night that be did not anticipate any raids on Nebraska Terri tory, though he was taking all precau tions to protect the settlers. A number of Independent companies bate been organlrlng In the northern part of the State and tbey are being supplied with atms and ammunition. General L. W. Colby, commanding the Nebraska Na tional Guards, lies reported to Governor Thnyer that two reelments of Infantry, one company of light artillery and one troop of cavalry are ready for Immedi ate service If needed on the Indian frontier At.ni'QUKnqtiB, N. M.. Nov. 35. All Is isclteiurnt nt Eort Wlngnte owing to nn ordor received from General Miles to pack up and get the companies of the Sixth Cavalry ready to go to Pine Itldgc. G trrn urn, 0. T., Nov. 3T. Captain H. 0. Cavanaugh of Company U, Thir teenth Infantry, in command of the troops stationed nt this point, received orders from General Mcrrltt, St. Louis, yesterday, to bold bis troops In readi ness for Immediate duty in case of nn Indian outbrenk. Ciiicaoo, Nov. 90. Genoral Miles and his assistants at Army Headquar ters wero highly elated Ibis morn ing ocr tho receipt of a dis patch from Pino llldgo Agency announcing that a large number of Indians bad come in, fully one bilf of whom have been among the gliMtdan cets. Their abandonment of thlscrsxols duo to tbe Influence and argu nicnts of the loyal clement among the redskins. This Is regarded as highly encouraging end a general belief is expressed nt head quarters that the Hurry will very soon subside and quiet be restored. GOULD AND THE ONION PACIFIC. Wettem nnd Himtliern Knllroml Men Will Uulil n Conference. Nkmt Yokk, Nov. 23. The Tinm this morning says: S. II. II. Clark, vice-president and general manager of the Missouri Pacific Railroad, is ex pected In this city to day In response to a summons of Jay Gould. There Is a widespread belief that Mr. Gould In tends to place Mr. Clark In charge of the practical management of tho Union Pacific, tho reorganization of which will probably be effected to-morrow. The presence in this city Just now of so many prominent "Western railroad men glvea color to the report that an Important conference of the represent atives of tbe Weetern ami Southwestern railroads will bo held here this week. RECIPROCITY WITH CANADA. It lli flat a Iloaui In the OouiIdIuq Since the HUctlona, Ottaw , O.st., Nov. 23. Leading Canadian packers have asked the Dominion government to reduce the duty on salt. The price of salt la Canada is 96 cents a barrel, compared with 0-5 cents in tbe United States. The movement In favor of unrestricted reciprocity with tho United States Is gaining strength since the recent elec tioDfi in the United States. Canadian manufacturers, who have hitherto sup ported tbe national protection policy, declare tbat tbey are now suUlelently established to compete on equal terms with American Industries, and express themselves In favor of gaining access to United States markets. Civil tsvrvlce OomiuUitoa Sued. To da Messrs. White, Coxe, Strattoa t ml Sections of New York, ag attorneys for William G. Speaeer. Sled a petition gainst the Civil Service CommUetoa for a mandamus to compel the Com ratetloB to furnish him aad others with ihe rating of an examination whleh he look for promotion ia the customs i erv Ice last summer. It appears tbat be papers of all who took the examlna tie were canceled beeause some of the mathematical problems had been pre vioutly used. Km! at tbe Faa-Vleeirle Oil. The bill of eomplalat of J. H. Rodgera againet ex-AMeeaey-Geaeral Garland awl other! involving' Pta Elcctric Telephone aad Teieerapfe stci'ks was dWwisaed this afternooa ia Ihe Court ia General Term. I'ullso AptutlatwouU. jtfajor Moore has made tbe following appointments, which have been ap proved by the Commkataaarg: Acting Sereeaat Theodore Kaueher, to be ser geant, to all an ortftnal vacancy; Pri vate W. H. Mooaey. to be secoad-claas private, G. W. Xalra. to he private of the Him class. JuUi 3mtt' UMate. An inventory of the pursonnl estate of the late Jualke Samuel 9. Miller was iled today u the odfcce of the Renter of WilU by Id widow and adaaUaatra trix. Mrs. YOjm. F. Miller. The total amount of hit peraoeal peoperty ie vaey swU. hetaf oaly fi.lJ. of which tbe largeat ftesn i fttH, the value of his law library tu itjteM I'Mfaatwi. Kobert Turner, who aosjse time ago we arxeated for r-niinrtaaa- a earnerae- atahUabmeat ua Tyaaat and half atieet, Wtoer the isaaat laihid to put U aa appeatajace l Folfce Court today and ha bond of e8U we 4e- clarcd forfeited. Ur tmtm " Vrntv. t i CAs lamem JVms ihat pep with whkh Mr. Uarriaoa k'gbtd the KchUsky baU ia not so much an object of batecesi to the MepuhhVcu party n it was a few weeks ago. It auy bttc been tuade frotu a quill p ... ki J lutu the tiodiliouai UUkriUc t.J ibat Lueg iUi(b THE QDE8H S SPEECH What llrltHh Mtnfteri Hrtn m mt r)ftr vtevtrii' imnMife. Lw, JtoT a1? -Imrtwrllately aftw the Horn of Commons had bwi trtW to ordw to dy the Lord Ctrttit cellor aroee and read the ian's srwrch from tin throne. Tm sneceh tleetnre the iplatbnta of Her Majesty's government with thoe of tbe titrfcnrt fwfgn powerato be nn changrd, ami crmgratnmtw bernbertt that tbe aeenrittea for tire continued maintenance of peace appmr to be nn d'tnlnlohed. NegntmtttvM with Ititty In regard to tbe frontiers of lfcltlab territory In Northeast Africa ami Abyrttnm are in rrtiftrts. althoTifh as yet no treaty with taly on African affairs baa been rntllrcd. WHb tbe King or Pottual a tern- rrrart nTrangement has been made by lir Majesty's srovernment whereby the moat urgent qneetlona at lsiu between Great Britain and Portugal as to their respective Interests In Africa can be sntlaf actor! ly dealt with pending the rernlta of further negotiation. The speech says that negotiations have been opened with Prance on the subject of the Newfoundland fisheries, ami the hope is expressed that a solution of this vexed qneetlon, satisfactory to all the patties at Interest, may be speedily leeched. In the preparation of the estimates for tbe coming year Parliament might feel assured that the Interests of strict economy would be preserved. Her Majesty views with pleasure the general condition nf Ireland, which has sensibly improved under the operation of recent salutary legislation for the government of that country. Deep re grtt Is expressed, however, that these rlous deficiency In the potato crop In certain sectionsof the country, threatens a recutrence of periods of severe dis tress to which the people of Western Ireland are peculiarly exposed by reason of the Industrial and economic conditions under which they live. In this connection the hope Is expressed that the measures taken and being taken by Her Majesty's Government may at once mlttitato the Immediate evil and diminish the proba bility of Its recurrenre. It appears to Her Mnjesty desirable, In order to sccuro an increase of contentment and n diminution of political disturbance In Ireland, tbat measures bo taken for augmenting the number of proprietors engaged In the actual cultivation of the land. The accomplishment of this object In view would, thoreforo, at the proper time, be submitted to Parliament for Its consideration. Tho speech then recites the various measures which the government pro poses to place Sofore Parliament at the present session. Among thoso will be ono for facilita ting tiansactlon In Scotland and Ireland of tfao more Important stages of private legislation affecting Uioq countries. The cpcccb continues by making tbe announcement tbat tbe nttontlon of Parliament will soon bo directed to tho mottcrofdeUlngmcasuros for alleviat ing the ouerous burdens which the en fortementof the compulsory education Ir.w imposes upon the poor. A bill providing for the enactment of a reformed system of county govern ment in Ireland, analagnus to thit re cently put In operation In Groat Ilrltnln, and various other measures designed to Improve the condition of the people, will be prepared nnd submitted to Parlia ment In time to permit of legislation be ing had thereon during the present see tlon. IN THE CRIMINAL COURT. Cuifi Appealed from the I'ollce Court Kncaco Ilia Ilonur'a Attention, In the Criminal Court this morning cases on the docket appealed from the Police Court were taken up buforo Chief Justice Illngbam, Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Dumont appeared for tbe District. Daniel Mahoney cnargcu with Keeping an uuitcenseu bar was found not guilty by tbe jury. William 0, Farquhar, charged with keeping an unlicensed bar, failed to appear and his recognition of $300 waa forfeited. Isaac Greenapple who Is charged with obstructing the side walk also failed to appear and forfeited bis recognition. Joseph Silas was to have been tried for keeping an un licensed bar, but he failed to appear and his recognition was also forfeited. Tbe case of Nortbedge and Alkens charged with selling liquor without a licence waa called to the attention of tbe Court. The District did not desire to prosecute tbe firm since It was shown tbat tbey had been arretted before they were Informed of the rejection of their application for a license. At the conclusion of these cases Gen eral Carrington, as counsel for William Wocd, alias Hose, recently sentenced to tbe penitentiary for two years, riled a motion to retain tbe prisoner at tbe District Jail until a petition to the Prei dent for commutation of sentence hai been aeted on. YfuthlDgtun Slock Hishanee gale Heeular Call Vt o'clock in. Gee.TMiaHtoWB ft. K.. 16 a Mi. U. 8. Kltftik Dgbt, 16 a 187; 1 a IS'; 10 a 137; 16 a ia7; 7 al3-i; 10 a 1871; 16 a U7. MUc1Ubos Bends (J. 8. BJettifc Liebt Itt, ', W; U. S. meetrle Light, W, ',, , W. A G. K. R. m-iQVt, RSe-'S. U3i, W & O, Convertible 'a, 116, UaMide Hall Att'n, S'i, C HS, 106, Huh. Market Co., lt Mort.. , UM, Waeh. Market Co., Imp., ', 113; lai'd X Seateanl Co., e, C 107, , Wash. Lt. Iblaatry, 1U, Vt, IStM. SW. W ash. Lt. In fantn.Sd, Vt, MttH.OT, H'aah. (lu Lhjbt Co., Sr. A, 8's, '.17; Wash. 0a Light Co., 8. B, ', lie, Ilygwue Ie Co., W Mort., Vt,, .iieeffeaafeeiutlyattlTTiMt.loa. Kathmei Beak Stoeka Bank of Waaav tagton, X Bank of KepufaHc, U; Metro lull' aa, !M. Central. 3t; Sond, 3U6, huuuuk and Mec-haaka. IVk Cttlxeaa'. ITU; t eaumwa, MH; Capital, 130, Weal EuJ, tW, Trodese', 141; LlueolM, 110 Kallroail iatocka Waabiugtoa ami Georgetown, 46; MetaepoUtaa, 1JO, C'o lumhb, 69. Capitol aad Xorth U Street, $, rolngtne ami ffntaltrii' Home, 5i, QeoiyetowB amlTiuall)UWB, -K, Brlght wouj, . laauraeee Stocks FUeuen's, -U, ?rank ua, 48; MeiiiMioMtti, WA; Xataonai Uehw, M; arlkon,' mTCoeoofae. as. Cotaa bii, IS, Genaaa Amniinae, 1; Fotoeut, W; lUgga, ?i, People, TsJV UacUu, 5J. Title inauraave Stack Keel Heinle Title, m, Cohuuia Title. 64, Waeluu-wu Tttle. . Uw aad iectric Lhdat Stock Waaaiug Iom Qaa, 44, Gaosgetowu Ua. So, V. 3. Elec tricUgJU, 117. Tetepaone Stocks Pennsylvania, &, Cheat pause awl Putoetae, ; Auerican Grapaophoae, IS. MaTsi la aeons Staeka. WaAtngAoa Mar ket Co., -. WiihlagJoe Brick Machine Co., -, UMt FaUr Ice Co., -. Bull Bun PajBoraraw Co., IT, aattooal aaie Ue i"fU i- Wajluectue Sate Ekepoalt, 1SS, VwaJiieiion Loan-sue Treat Co-, 41, S Oaa CaoUoa. i; nerh-ae rity ajai True Co.. ; Liavcola Mali, . atMNaae is co., ; tateroi wan fculutog Go-. -- v t gnieiiene. t'tvui Harmr't Mmur ijuiployetitiO the new tejr) He y u asy brotietar Kew Boy Ywir one Employer Oaer New Boy Tbat ia, to haU brothers- For Malaria, Liver Trou blsorlndigastionusa) BROWN'S IRON BITTERS THR MARKET . 'UMPSD rrtwfi UTDH tttr "wremt rotwte t tfs wn rft Martret. Suit To, Nov. 3S Wvny efl rmMd at 4mA ptit cent. E ebMifa steirty, prwfcd m(. 4Wi 4; relnJ rate. 481 JSl I fot sltry tty a and 4748H for HeWMMid. Gtttt-fniwiui stwtrly; enrrMwy , 111 bM. 4e, roiinon, 121 bW, 4, dt) , tW Md. Tbe toch marbet this moffilttfpetfetl Irregular and l tbe earty oHgli w crmsWerabre prewttre to well of about btlf a dofen of tbe rewrlHtg Moeba. Among them SI. Paul ii Auhterm, Jotthefn Paelfk ptefrfTed, Louisville and Hfathvllle and Union Partc were tbe moet prominent. Irntlng tbe flnrt half bow prices de cllnril t to 24 per cent., tbe Utter In Migsr trwte. The celling died out after 10 30, and near 11 o'clock them was a sharp baying of rtak Island. St Ptnl. Burlington, Atchison and Northern raclftc preferred. Sngar trust, which had sold down from A3 to Vt In tbe early dealings, continued weak and re tin d tool. The rest nf the market had, however, fnlly recovered the early decline by 11 o'clock. In tbe hour to noon there waa another selling movement, which again caused prices to go down rapidly. Sneer trust fell to "!, ami Chicago One 1 to 89. The remalmler of tbe list lost the recovery recorded before 11 o'clock, ami, at this writing, values are about at last night's prices. FWl.UNKA AftKOL'XCMn. Shortly after noon to day the failure of J. Cook Waldron, broker, Xo. 1 Nt w street, was announced on the Stock Krchange. The suspension of Itlchard 11. Allen A Co. was announced on the Cotton Kxrbstige ibis afternoon. The liabili ties are understood to be about f 1,000, 000. EE THINKS WELL OF WOMEN. A (Irncernl Trlliutu from Ihe ftnllant Colonel Incerpoll. In a recent symposium on women Colonel Hobert G. Inpcrsotl was asked to contribute his views. He replied ns follows "It takes a hundred men to make an encampment, but one woman can make a homo. 1 not only admlro woman aa the most beautiful object ever created, but I reverence her as tbe redeeming glory of bumnnlly, the sanct uary of nil the virtues, tho pledge of nil perfect qualities of heart and head. It is not Just or right to lay tbe sins of men at the feet of women. It Is be causo women are so much better than men that their faults are considered greater. The one thing In this world that is constant, the one peak that rises abovo all clouds, the ono window in which the light forever burns, the one star that darkness cannot quench, is woman's lore. It rites to the croatest heights, it sinks to the lowest depths, It forgives the most cruel Injuries. It Is perennial of life, nnd crows In every climile. Neither coUIiicm nor neglect, harshness nor cruelty, can extinguish It A wo man's love Is tho perfume of tbe heart. This Is the real love that subdues the earth, tbe love that has wrotutht nil miracles of art; tbat gives us music all tbe way from tbe cradle song to the grand closing symphony tbat beirs tbe soul away on wings of lire. A lovo tbat Is creator than poncr, sweeter than life and stronger than death." Old Meltl siotheM. Kill Tannalt Wcedt, In M CtaxMvyMe. All up and down our land, among the bills of New Kngland, In our valleys and along our seaboard we Hod these bra e old maid mothers. No sarcasm can obscure their fame, and no logic destroy the forcu of this seeming para dox. Some have trained and educated entire families, others have tukon wall Inn Infanta from the close embrace of tho dead, and tho little ones never knew or "felt a mother want about tbe world," a few doubtless tiave made tbe mtttake, so often made by fathers of families, of vainly seeking for an old head upon young shoulders, but the ma- iorlly have been motbera Indeed. Our iest women well know, and men are coming to understand, that tbe mother Instinct Is of divine origin, and often exists In a pure and complete sense, devoid of all grateness. In the little child or the adult woman. or Courie. om tktSemirtlUi (Jfe. Jouriutf. Why Is It that It Is to much easier for other people to say mean things about a man than It is to make a pleasant com ment? You yourself, you know, never say anything but pleasant thing about anybody. Tbcatre Manner In Ttew York. ytot iu .v jvt A woman in evening drew at the the atre by which la meant a gown with a low neck and without sleeves Is still so rare a sight as to attract rude atten tion. THfc Ahikius clothier. Mi. Kobiu ton, Parker & Co , aoutbeaat corner Seventh sad I) fctrceM nortbwett, have a tupefb a tort Burnt of BMtUuBi aad beat y-weight over eoate at ery mailerate price. iUrtrriea. AWLE-HJtlHLTaK.-fleWedeeMlar t KBifcer 4. 1W. at M Banutbs P. I. charea. ealtiatore. br tbe liev. A. P. Sorter l.elber L.AhIu itavUrloAlke R Hanilllce oT Ralthxure ilaiubter uf the late Hubert Kw Won. EOTOK-roOKK -yBber . MM, bf Bev. BarU Stir of Bftabaar rariab TboaaM 0. i etun aad Beanetia Cooke, both ol Taah "tea. fie.. -ik: DAM.lai.Ba-B Soy, Kufea bar 41. , UAlo'ch-k p. m, . the bbed webter oi I red aad TPa-fer at damuMi oE V - on euadar. -her L MO. at U.ral. V , XU-a 6reforr uf Wal IHt-CH MaIsTIK On Mo-day. Svreaiber 44, - ssf jiL'&mAx1 " MJLLBK-Oa oebr ., M. -M-Lurrle yoteeet daiuc-ter at Joeaya O aad SaUte . Ur, eedT oa aad T dj. BOWWiO-.- -Departed U Ufa ltove as, UN, ary Aaa Boeiaaoa, ae jer. WLOTT. iwder. Koveaabar , Ma at i. Vorne. itaeebter ol to'clotk p David W and Lealae invtt, td 1 year M oauu aad tr. PMMSl scivate. -UlTB -Oa oJ. Korsb-r i IMS, at - a. m., Xat-a J . wUe of Job- t jasattb aad eaasHSter of J w aaa stare Tajr, aa-fssjeri. UHEILXI-Ue Win iimhi- it. L lbs. -oaiaf. M. B. ww of the U-eJake' U - Ie the Ta jaar ol btr aav tte. at . at w reridea-e. tti ith atMpt a-tMet. kilea V welden uasied to BotTE iy - ; at ; v at. er.u a-Ueof Uaaoier tieroaaf, aead Vaaeral w-rvkeit from . g. Cain's oader takiEK eetMbweiit. betentb Street, be i-ieea Sew York eee aad L atieet aoetb vest Vtd-eedar -, Boveaaber , a' 10 - -riea uavlted rATBk--ta-itily refae ad an and 4 ask-. Betajaertlcea w 1 be dd atlas hue C Lewi. i7 B atrvet oortkeaat at 3 kM.4 of C C Lewi. (IW B atrvet oortaeeat at 3 o i ck p B (rie-da iortted. UttaraaiK iiiu wia-eauaj aiuTanbn VJt---. rbaJMla-ac',. topmdlj ' KOW IB TbUt TE. Wl" WIX FA "ble Bkjoor" tor aaa r acl o v -4 t ...u til it rees .r--. J CBTEt. I T kO. tlS u . DEAFRESS FROM WHISTLES. ifijtttrott rarn r KMtwar rrr en t pna tho rte,ne. Aft rmler nt Ol row anral uftreon. Tit. Tbomas Ban has comttmnfeatetl b lite Britbb Medu 1 ArIatlon soiw ralnab'e data eoncetni.. tbe IrtJuTlrttrt trterKnf railway wbttlen noon th hearlne, mi tbe New Orieatta fV 'nir In rail war whfstbrt tbe ar mtg mt-nt tor tvjgntfttlftg the pvesaure of sttam passing through from the bntler to the whistle Ie not svtfflr-lentlr delti atp If the holler Shonld be under high presun, the whistle Is very mtreb louder and htlreTihan when It H under low preastire. so that when a pawenter train Is leaving a station for a long tun, and having therefore Ita b tler under blah pressure, tbe whistle Is nn necessarily Imtd and shrill jn-'t when those qualities are lentt requlrfd I)r llarr urges ttprm the attentl n of the A;octatfon the adrttKlon nf lowe' pitched wbtatlee, with proper nnltor so as to lessen tbe present jarring o' rrltlves ears and nerves i The qucstkm of whether a whistle of lower pitch than thalnsuallv employed wotiln be as tttlclenl a an en'lc signal Is snld lohave been solved by the Ititrodurtlon on a Scotch railway of a mw form of whiitle, very much re sembling an organ pipe. 1 be steam Is forced on tbe lower edge of a brass tube elowd at tbe upper en 1, ard the sonorous Impulses are taken up by the current of air In the tube and Immensely reinforced. tbe pltrh depending upon the lenth of the tube, as well as upon the force of tbe blast. The sound resembles very much a steamboat whistle, belnglntm and much lower In pilch, and therefore lew pain ful to the ear than the ordinary railway whistle. A I'nlr nt t!m. Vem tW Ooft CW fhm, First Wife There Is hardly any living with my btisband, He doesn't know anything. Second Wife There Is bo living at all with mine. He knows everything. AUCTION SAI.IW. "pLTKCAysnS IlltOh., Anotlonecrs. i'ItRIPTORT SAuTtlF t.AKOK LOT OF tillOt ND IJf GOOD IIOfB HILL PAtlK, 1IBTVKN tlOOO IIOPB Kott), (lit HAHHISON A KNCK AND NAYLOH'8 ltOAI). On SATt'IltlAY AFTRKNOOTJ, TO KM 11KH W, AT 3 80 O'CLOCK, we will ll on the tlieMcmle". LOT IJotOOOU IIOI'R l'AIIK. rontalnlnir !P,STO qnnrn fret. TliH ttrrnnta nn ALTAMONT AVKNITK. between IIAK HIPOK AVKNUKor GOOD ItOPK ROAD and NAY LOU'S IIOAD. OTerlooklng tho city and can resilllr be nutxllvlded Into smaller fot. Terms One third eash, belnnce In ennil IS trontlia; notes to bear 6rrcrnt. Interest ami seriirtil br deed of trmt on property, or all cafh. ftt option of purcbacr. Adepoaltof 1-3DU rrqnlred at mie; c .nTejrnnolnir. at pur oharer's coil Terms to bo compllwt with In fiftren ilar. SflXIAL MITICr-l. KSf FKE1" HBU-VRD "TTlt. WIIITK. KS7 CIIIHOI'ODIbT. 1418 I'enna. are . nppoMte W'lllartt's Hotel. Tlionnnds from far ami near vtxlt Dr. White' eMaMlflinsent for relief from and rtoW.iuoo of eornii, bUDkirw, i!laeil nail ami nil I Iber fix t troubles Hour. 8.m loSp.ro. MiMlflT-9 tol Oflleefee, tl per vtlt for 1'iittlDR tbe feet tn Rood order. Hetabllahed, ll-Sl. ar-lAIIES I LADIBrt.! LAIUBSI -w Mr. McCBfTerr I tliennlrhat nnd bonnet frame manufaotarer In tbe oltr. Call sml see ber new shape. Illeaehlnir and prrselnir- htraw asd felt hats altered to tbe latest slrles. Orders iomitlj- ntteaded to loee O street n. w. gr-J. WILLIAM LKE (Hueeeasor to Itesrr Lee's torn). UNDEttTAKBIt. 38 PA. AVH. N. W., South i)Me. Branch OQee, tes Marvlaad are. s. w. tSar-WHY .NOT 11AVK Yonit aitlKTS a made by one of tbe most eelebrated ontters In America t lrleea same m tltoxe third-rate cutters charite. r. T. 1IALL, WW ? st n w. 1VANTKI) lll'.I.I'. rANTJD-A RBHPECTABLB WHITE IT woman as cook, must bsre eood oltr referent e. Applr laet Hbode Island aye n w. WANTED- A BSTtX-D WHITE WOMAN for general housework In snail fam lit no washing, cltr refereace. Apply 318 lt n w alter a or tieforell am. ttVH W' ANTKD-A WIIITK OIRL F08CHAM ber and 2 neral housework for a sinall family; bo children, a suitable pereo- will have a good borne InquireMesth st n w. ni MNTED-A GOOD HOUSKMAID: MU8T bare firt-clw rcfereoces. Call at letl Connecticut aienw Mat WANTKD-WHITE t'(X)K AND TO AS Ut In wahlRK and Iroelav, Rood refer eaees requlretl. Apply 13ie Mawaehusetts are a w. 3l3t w ANTKl-A QIHL TO UO (.KNEKAL BoueeworE tor a ramllr or two. bum be a sood took, washer and Ironer. Oat lasBeitUtely at KITH st n w. at St tVANTKDSITPATIOrlS. w 7AMBD BY A K-SP'CTABLE OOL'D us a slluatloa as butler or oo cbasaa aad to maie blnuelf generally useful. An pty WIT R st n w. Sft-k Vi rANTJD-BY YOl NO ENGLlbH UIKL. A i kllu-ttoa as ehabera. or wnie. AddreesM O X.lldsottlie. sHSt w TATBOl VKaiiK.THLSCOD i tuau a aituatioa ia a i-trate fallv asaoud iook or to do tei?il boueis Fk, ut star at Uhl. w!y Hide- st. bet 4th aad Mb aw 3t w rANTBD-BY A 8PaTALB YtWKQ wldt- woi-b. tUisai dr cl laa Ireee or i-bea ai with St cl ativatejaiulj. Addrese MB lent mw at at AV TATBD-Y KWr-AtTABLK VOUNO white woa. ttt i ant ol bsaaree or chbes -M with Irst clasa vrivsle fa ily Addiesi J U , care Mr full-, tag Mtb st e w StJt FOK HKT KOUSI-. 1HU HStiT- LAsWg COBg MOO- IX V the Yetaoa sWlMlag. Mtb at aad Ha ate. suit Ue for artiat or other. Apply to JaaHor 10- HlOiT-lbrl sts.iUlt-t rilteT V Boor froat roou ha laoaely freaooad aad naiwrad. with or without baud, beat. w,jriwsini. 5-at I.X) MBNr-n'iUilMtBS- THIBO-Uwy J" backroom, wither wtlbom boMd, also table board tUlltl-sw. K l.XIB KBlsT-lS- IHK . B-BXTLY 1 f ui uubed partor, bedruoas aad pi Irate batb. ea suite, a ret tot, ceatrel location ail prta-ipa) ttoteia wi FoKBBlJT-. BOMTaBL-ND-bTOBY St.. aiaoe- rooaa with Mcore. elaghatlt fur alebed aa parlor aad badchamhar: MotasT South tu - st a w t'oase aad see it. MS TOOK BKHT-t UktUit-UBBO BOO-i. V suitable lor hoaat teatdatt but aad cold water fortu. u K it a e. tve (ivteraaeat ritaila Oika- wtuaree uf :ta .m BBNT- 1 L Wt X W. BAMiWO -BLY x- tursi parmrs aatte and luruaie 4M (talc ore near iaei Port at 17- H-liT-Pl Bl.-ITri ANO bedroom. etb boat auut person VJ.1 Corcotaa 4 H-U MUHY TU L-). OMBYT-iata-N 1 afnf '- aai ns lifi reel. Bo iJr where v. -. MWif, MrantiTY. tlT ly u. W- to u u B4L mamt ttmxmr. AT t MUD PW CT. - 1 0Y TO L- Ul lteat: Si'. BILL. KB4L BkTATB A.-0 . rs la ail parte uf tbe olty tit and lire nance Cvruer btb a d t at W Le lfU t :d'j W4L BaWaTg UM at lofaeftat ul msnarttS' hsMu mate -pftjft lji iudir -mssv s up ea w KJISHIRGTOI BUSINESS Q1RECT0RT -iKrvw r ir xtkhv f rrt it Ofp.RYNAL. i. srtht n. . DA K II SttDT SM 1th t 'babvif Tin -isn. m inn- n -'. rASCJS WIILItB.srr TWhrt n w. 5nANABAI, Rati IT A fT. tl Ta si. i.l. rMtnwji treTttist p HTTTss tttw tb new. lAmKsui ihro- A wis. IS! Pa are .tAtirr ft rr,vii Ji?. 71lMMtAI.41nht. A ,11 t!fHI.YMJ. Tir.FTI'Pr BUOB.. PO. IM Mid f sts. niKii nitAhitn. rnrnAKttt.ssnMtvt.tr) nth t.a w t. BAITTBltlSTIT. tflS flh St. - TKttW-KrT. BBRf4TFBBWt!,BW!.Ya.'l'f AStb ARMtRt lattBUSCH BltllW. AtW'Jt rtel. JT Ir Jiff -SbRTW Stfcattdl.Kt e W B ?. I' I'ALHHR. B1IV-S1 on s w TBBJS'TtONA BAHTnotMA fcBei,mwll . Y BRltW tr. aoaiiiht a w. nvrrnra. n B.JtntRwrwilJ, itdnd a,w t AIJHBrWCrt,tHllljt. a w. BOB H-LMSAS ; Mil V. ate. . H R rWBLL. IS R st .w. I.RW R-WwiiTltR.Mhend Pm ate . W DRt KR, sen p. ave. i) nAoRRTT, ism r are. r.IKf5. .? n. RitRQfR tmirtthtt. a. w. W RRRinBR.tlitBt . W norri.iJH.s, 8. C. P AL 8 tlM rt. n w. TMR ABLtROTON MOT CO . th ami K a w. ;tr tti:h, jii:iisi: .vi :. .tAS F OYTTBH, Pa. are ami 9th St. niTryiwJf.v. A. LOKPFLKR. ate-se Centre Martiet llim T KBANB to 51 1 rntre Itarket. Jit BUM IIRH. MB loMICentieMurhet FDW. BWlOKB. Ml SBfe-tre MnfUet. OTTO c HI I'PRRT. 91 SB Centre Mnrket. A J MILKY. MB IW Centre Market. It IV YOhlS.S. OKO. 8. ATWATBIt A CO . 1194 IMS Pa. are. OVKRMAN W IIBRL CO. 71 13th rt n w. hoots, snout axj nciwniis. .t It. MOHAN. l 9th st A L IIAZLirTtiN.4-?lht. M. bTHIl'KI.AM, MB 111. are. OKO. W Hltll,T17Merl(etriee. HOW ILL A Ml IIHAY. BOO tlhst n W. JOIIM' WIII.ES It .BIStlhst.a. w. L lit inini'IvH.-HS Tib rt n w. .1 IJOOL, One 1 1 Irn SImhi IIone. 7M ;th St. NATIONAL IIOTBL8HOK8TOHK,9ra.av. II. WALKHlf Tt'OKRIt. 1WI Pa. are. JOf A. KFPRTTI.aiTPa are s.e. M (UtKKN'IIAU.M.3131 M st. I! HIC H A SON. 13OT-I 7th nw It AX Jilt 11.1. TMOOSA Co. Pa btb ami If th st. I BW 18 JOHNSON A Co , leth ami Pa are. ( OhMIN A MACAHTNKY. HIS Ft. 11ATF.MAN A (XI . 1111 F st. n. W. WM MAHEACtl .SUBthst. WOOimA CO.llMFst.H. w. LKW IS 1 K Kk lIUItY A CO . 1S38 F. H I A K .V. CKNTIIAL NAT. HANK. 7th L and Pa. avo hK(ONI) NATIONAUS0B7thst B. W. COl I'MIHA NATIONAU Bll F St. B. W. NAT HANK KBP. IIL1C. 7tb and I) st-. FAILMEIIS' A MKCH 'M NAT .cor. M andSlst. IIMOAAi.'M AHM A . It STA TIOXllit.H W. II.,LOItDRII.MIt.K A CO.. ittl M F. UM IlALt.ANTNK AWINM,S7thst A. K Ull.LlAMH. aetSITthet.n W. W. It. MOIIHIMIN.ISPM Ft . . CHAPMAN ATA Y OH Bl t nre. nw. KhTON A 11U1T. WI Uth st w r a i: vr.T r i. i:axi:ii VMl'lllF. STKAM SJI S Matw are. F. II. VHJNHH.1I0M- are n w. r.i.xiNJ.'.s iA ,nr.v.v M. O. COI LAND, llth st nw. r.i.sir itinit.sTnns. NAT'L CASH IIKOIHTKK CO, leth A Kst" nw. c.iifi'i.'AT.'Ks ,tAfj iirii.inn:s. AI.KX. MILLKU. 1415 Ohio ave. DAH11V A DAVIH, lM 1Mb st n w. C. A. LANGLEY, 310 1Mb st n w. el.. if7.r..s .t.vw iim.viixi;s. TO KALON WINECO , Sll llth St. VOIMKT VUllUKVTUIt. it.C WHBLAN.UUFst. CATJlKltll. F. FHRI'ND. 70 Mb St. n. w. D. J.WEYMAIt, 1SI IHhst ALEX. FolCI IN, 1M llth hiw, LOUIM CHAPINB. 1741 L st a w. OIIAY A 1IHO., 17W Let n w. VI.OTIItl'.US. VILTOH .ADLER. 7-W7lb nw.eor.Mass.ar. M. KAUFMAN, corner 9th aad I sta. se. I. llAMlirflGMNr.aet!-ave. N.Y ONE PNICKCLOTIIING,17thst.B w. GOLDEN KUILK CO . 11 pa. ave. s. e. W. NOHDLINOER.3I07M st a. W B HICII A M)N, 131 I Tth BW f IKKI.IIIB.S. ANDHRW J JOYCE'S MN8. Warerflos. ( s-joCobb ave.jr-etory.tlis-Hllthaw. W 1 i.BYEK.tMPa ave. Also Harness. HOU-B AND CAHHIAOB KAZAR,9W-IH. MtI'RMOTTABK0..3 I. are.B. W. S J MBHKH. No asiOstaw. V fU.IAMWALTEK'SSON,lltbasdCstSBW ( i.ok A jabok, aase-B M sL A. II. GHEUOKY. N Y are aad th at. v oa rr.r tioa j:ji s a .vi c i vus. J. KUMiKLL. Its N. Y. are. T JAKYI3. 4Mbt IIINKE Bl HI). 5W Mb kt C1IAS r rElCllMANN,l9Pa.aTe CAFVS. TEMPLE HOTBL. Mb st , o U H.P.0et. Tilt NKWEMlL.NIIU.F.i9thM. ELKS' DI.MXQ ROOM5,9 Pa.aTB. ( OAJ-H'TfO.YJtK-. M BRILL. 4IT Mb st. Wbolesale. H II B. DKUHBISO.MI lHbst. Wbolewle. FIELDING A CO., f Pa. ave. -ILL'S, MM F t. bll Bbl-A CO. err 1Mb aad Pete a w. BBBCNAHAV& CO . 4W7tt. a. W. T Nr.TUK lTSailPa ave. a. w. BlIMEBT. 4lrib a w. A. -tT-KUX-f. Ul 1Kb t. n. w in ufs. J At OB8 BsKte, tm Pa are. II I. ( OHAIOH. HENRY r HRH.as-UthBW. iiKi" auuim. JOHN U SliOOT t44 M t. W M . iHl STEB A I MI MS r a.e LASrlH A fctssO.. tM to m Tflt St. a. w. SEATON PBHBY P. are. tBU . thus j -tt u tarn re e. JOBSbOti A Lr!TrBLL.T13 Xarfcat Space. T BBINUAK-T.Brt-S.B. W. b J R-HEL. tat- Pa are. GBO. F BAK81X, SIS r re e. e. S D BUBCBACO, W-rthki aw STJUt-- OBY GO BOCWB, M Ttb a. w. W D. CLA BE A CO- ill Maf&t iMa. GBO COUBS. llSIhst B.W. CBAlcii JACK.lls.a w S T MnB.MX a w. UMJfUXi BHPOBlETsl. ScT 4 st s w. KOUNBK A BKO, 11 Ttt st a W ItKlVUIbT. F BAN K P- - ELLBK. 7U H-at U UlLLH ia. ear ra i T B. (-iBAX. Ull kUIUILT o4el R..IMI-. BOHBOPATBIC Mrr. wee si st. BCD- A . BO. A BBBTLBT, lh aad Corourta its. il.SOTitOUf.e cor BUaadOata-a-w Ck-BDBjQXBUUyFP. MM l-bat a. w G RKMKBIT W D. BBAt . 1Mb aad - a a. w C CBt-tTUNt. MPssic OUT S1H-S ivr b Ye nnd lub at JOHN B UAJuB. SB6Tth t O W l'II I Mi MOVMMMh. i 1 rlfcHEst-OO, iMBFat a W Ub-bKY bTlAlfDYg aarfw Bstabliabe W5i. X.A BUY s. 114 K st. aw tfS&Pi&t ANTON UWB. law Y ave. TAl-XLB. m Mtb a w. Al-JC It A4 IITUUVM IfUhMf. J I bEKBABD. W Pa arc CEO BAA jr UMPS 4 " tta aw Ai-At iJtit X .! f IC I OM BOYCS A J. MM Pa-. J ri Ki WLJ-jb: uet Pa aw 1 V WUS&TCO.. Up K aye. - aw StffttPt7riiiai go, tm w at. Art aha t., -. ti-4t,rt ie:uil . w t-t FiWbJME r Lot WLUk 4 M-i'mmjft, t -MjtlA fa fa5ifa!'a;-. V BT l-BB. W F . a W A Gl'DB A VBO 11U B at u w A i,ADB lUWCtun v n w TKAl ss j -tutu Jt WASHIKGTCJf BUSINESS OiRECTflftY fjf- rtsmttf r omrAXtK. FirttUR"? in o , rtn t. awr t. av. (TrnitfA fihb its co. t a Put a w trmrM,F!Ri!f,,') co.aotmhrt n w. NiT tiiToN MRU: t co. essut ft. roToWA' i fe fo , in Vh ta w. rrrrt. fKFtt Axn mr. EtL " Ct and ttw Wjttfi'N noR A tO lt,th st A Va Tm a caa mh a. a ave. i rr.i. !? i fntrhrnr. tt.A. WLtHIR, en B fr, tr warket -.-.. ... .!-. ,. ..,l ,,! ...llWl. rnt .". 1 N ORAY A CO. Me ave, bet A 41 stt' Mffoj JWMt Works, at water st ti 1 W. ff WH'tAR. ttt M t n w PDHXt tP It Jr WTItnBsIA w sY . Ktb st . Tet . r -. TBOR 1. !! tmthsf W H. nOfR E, 1 ttt r,sre W H lWMBTO A t , fits F st. B.o TOltLi. RTD7Pa are WL",BiM7bt. liRI.T M! 1013 ! Tth st. JSVeSiS vrc :ih iBFMta s rnrthst n. rniss n i . rn 7t h n .. f pWjP ",N "f m" atrd Pa ave H. J. utt RT. i3?r ih tw W.ls MtTl' aritt te. p a f mre, iitB r st a. w. 8 . Ml It nf) A BRO . m Mb b.W. PIW-MRsj. c a. strnmMAN. u nth t. . w. if BRrroRs, m mtb a w nlill:n- n hikxat.h. J C ftOtXit) A CO , 918 La a J. L. RaRBOCR AON. H ISPa ave. nit.LA ro.wiLa ve oro oFFtTT. ir it tnw hUWARPA Go. MB Pa are nw. IIMOrVHtlS.I .tACKROJI A CO , BW Pa are J. . RBtiM AN , nth and La. are. N. W. itRtBRtL.13 Fst n W. J. R CLBART, 19ft llth t n. w. RLPM0NO YmNn CO . !fo. MB h t. .W. Ht'VIB A CO .K7 Market Knaee. R, MAtTRK'B CROPLRT Stst end Mats. W. R BROWN. Btthst and Pa ave. A O WRtOBT. flBMttthst B. w. JNO P wVrb, isat Uth st. n w. H. W OPrVWA tvj, iitd and Wsts.n.w. 11. II. ELUOTT.taeB llth rt w. A.ltEfTMrLLRR.taaattthrt.n w. Tittle KNOWi.Ka. taot Md st n w. H R W ATBR". ia 7th st n w. F M WALK BR, BBS Im to J B BRYAN A BHO, BOB Pn ave OFO (I KENNKI'Y A Ml"-", ISM Fsl tl W. BKDWNtira A MIIIHI BTON, StO Pa are T H WALKER A CO. Bts-Bo U ave. A OAEOLt'ACO, 1MB ,th st. NllfHIA, aMPnRTe. W K ABBOTT. ITtl Pa nvn n w G PKefAONO A SONS. S Mb St. llsllw. 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