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TIIK DAILY CTlITir, MONDAY EVENING, DEC 1 MHEI. 1, 1WW.
'IWT GAMPBILL IS OfPOSED TO Rf.
He SujtfBts Tfctt Mr, Okmrt WwM
MtV rn fottitt StnteCrfltt.
a pR'Mm warn t as mt sewio.
f rtn of Mctilfy' Sofowfw fffum
BtM it late aty-Owwrn f
It Trill tt remembered that a few
days after election tke Hrm. Ia.Ii
of tlie IJnlTalo dtslilets ami known to
fame us 0 rover Cleveland's mnteot, an
nouscctl hi mtel f as a camlhlate for
Speaker of tlie next House, Following
this announcement Congressman John
51. Wiley proclaimed to the worM that
Jlr. Lockwotnl would "start out with
the solid New York delegation at his
Timothy John Campbell of New
York city will warm a chair In the next
House, ami he says that the Hon. Dan
Lockwood will not get every Demo
cratic vpte from New York.
"It is ton soon," Mtd Mr, Campbell
to Tub Ciutic reporter, "to talk about
the Speakership. I think Mr. Ioek
wood's friends make a mistake In
claiming the votes of members without
"If the Democratic party of New York
State think Mr. Lockwood should make
the race for Speaker, then I am for
him, otherwise I am not. There is a
modest hut very strong man In the
New York delegation who would
make an ndmlrnhlo Speaker. Ills
name Is James W. Covert, and ho rente
rents tho First or Long Island district.
Mr. Covert has had a great deal of lecis
lativo experience IkMi in the Congress
of tho United States and In the New
York Senate. He Is one of the tir.ilnmt
men in the Home, nnd would be eq'inl
to John 0. Carlisle as a presiding oltl
llajor Jacob C. Donaldson of the
( Mice of the Secretary of the Senate Is
an Ohio man. Out there he Is peiicr.illy
known ns tho "pyramid editor." After
n general election, when tho Itepuhllcan
party had won, he would arrange the
names of the States Into two pyramids
the Ilopubllcan towering high nbire the
Democratic pyramid. This sort o'
thing is dear to the country riewspiper
and the huiollc reader is delighted
Colonel Isaac Hill, Assistant Dor
keeper of the House, Is as zealous a
Dunocrat as Donaldson Is a llepub
I can. Hill always has a quaint way of
i spreading his views Meeting Donald
ran in this city for the first time he ex
"You can't build any pyramid this
year? Jake. You only carried Califor
nia. Cincinnati and Oklahoma."
Jake acknowledged the corn.
John D. Warwick, ex Lieutenant
Governor of Ohio, who defeated Major
McKlnicy, Is n nativo ot Ireland, lie
came to this country over thirty years
ago and settled at MauIHoQ, Ohio. He
has accumulated a handsome fortune
and Is the owner of extensive planing
mills and coal mines. He lives la a
big old fashioned square house with
ample prounds and In hospitable abund
ance. Mr. Warwick Is about 53, of
medium height, with small well cut
features, a pair of piercing eyes set well
back In his head and a general expres
sion of shrewdness and philosophic
alertness. He I In constant elbow
touch with his community, friendly and
pleasant in address and has the energy
of a trip hammer in buslnets and poli
tics. He has one son, a practical, clever
joung fellow, and a wife who Is a
woman of great sense and admirable
domestic and social qualities.
"It Is a fact," said a man about town
to Tiik Critic reporter, "that there aie
thousands of opium fiends tn this town,
most of them young men whose ages
lange from 18 to 25 years."
"Are there many opium dens in this
cityT" asked the reporter.
"Many I should say so. A hud.
can 'hit the pipe' In almost aay one of
the many little poker rooms which
abound here. The time was when only
the Chinese kept opium Joists, but
now there are dozens of such places
which are conducted by depraved
white men. I used to bit t - pipe my
self, but I thank the goad I rd that I
am bow entirely eured e-f i e wretched
habit It is a rare thing that a rub
cau break off from the use of
plum alter he has smoked it a
itsr. but I managed to do it
It was a great struggle tnouih.
W uld you believe thai I could pick
i ut a costumed opium etnaker
frw a crowd of a thousand people?
Well, 1 caa do it, because they all have
a bluish cost of countenance ami a
wlkl. seittl erasy look out of the eyes.
Another Barcode which is eves mom
powerlul tha opium ku recently been
put upon the market. This is dried
actus Wave. They we chewed the
sew aa tobacco. About six or eight
thews a day will set a fellow's beau
wnirnag so thai he will imagine he is
treading oe air "
lion II Dudley Culnrnan, the tie
tVetetl hut niiseey jsesMshlicssi mnmner
from I.miieiaaa, who voted against the
Force bill, has arrived. His actio may
have had aoietBing to do with his da
feat, the Republican patty managers
probably ha lag had something to do
wUn tne eslert to suppress him. Mr.
Catenmn being bouinern bora aad a
bid aad tried cttUen. may have baa
more capable of judging of the futtMSjr
of the Force bill as a drastic wee mat
than the RepuMkaa leans rs who haw
not lived quite so loo la the section
Frank Lawler of Chicago, who re
fused a tennmiasnVm to Oosutaaes la
usdar urns for Sheriff el Cook County
and then get licked, doesn't leek as
though be atese suAasing under sne
pangs of defeat He sans be is going
to pull himself together and go on tne
load for aume business house. Asked
that tin of goods he Eeosased to U
Mr LawWr said. ' cotkroack paste.' '4
4- ht VMWbtiijhlaj4l.
Last weeing a Ugbted cigar throwa
iuto a box containing snwdust a
Moras pool roust. Mu. 18 ietenna
uect northwest, cauand t attend Acs.
The Hasnes were eirieguiakndi Maes It
became accessary to turn to an alarav
The dantasxe w the r-are din not exceed
t ui diim JvS.t.U Bath Kutw aad Suva
J ! tU m ilk latest and moat apyruted
i t L Ki,oliiui) A Co 'a, the Ajuarkea
lttci, hjS PiuuajdifaLU ilj Uurtti
c? a w at bsmbj tvtR TfHvieasjtf(Nn ftf twe
TrM fall nwethit of f1Ve Trebj1fy of
the District of Columbia was opeiMd
fM ttioming In tttfSiWKlay scfcnl.tw)
of thf Pntitth PTeshyterhm Church on
5tstrwrt. Thf PrMhytwry wtncsllert
to wrttet at 10 o'clock by Htv. T D.
Ilfekiwrt, tfc morterstot. tlm also m.
dMMrt tlie detoifofial etetcltes follow
The PretbyteTv ImmclHtelf pro
eewiH to trsnsaet rowtliw bmfms A
meiftrrlsl Mtt to tl meeting In refer
m to the Metropolitan Cinirtili was
ftad hv the aecWTary. Rer. Mr Bit
tlntrr, and referred to the erwnmlt"e
oft Judiciary affairs The Itev Dr.
lletshry was elected rhalrmiw of the
c intnittee to prepare the narrative of
the rhnrch for the Oenersl Assembly
1 he report of the local c mmrttee on
tlie Oeneral Assctnoly's rep Tt regarding
nrif mployrd mlnltrrs and vacant put
pits ws then read The adoption of
the local committee's report was urged
hy Dr Hcrsher, and was rittcttmed at
time length liy ltev Drs. Htmlln of
the Churrh of the Covenant, lUrtlett of
the New York Avenne Church and
Pnnderlend of the First Presbyterian.
The plan of the General Assembly's
report is to appoint a secretary to act as
medium 1etween the vacant pulpits and
the unemployed ministers. This secre
tary will virtually have charge of the
appointment of ministers to vacant
churches. The report of the local
committee was one of non concurrence
to that of the General Aseemby and was
adopted by the Presbytery after con
The Presbytery transacted a great
deal of routine buslneas during the
morning and adjourned at noon. The
next meeting of the Presbytery will lake
place in April of next year, and will be
held In the Gurley Memorial Chapel In
Le Droit Park.
THE NATION'S LIBRARY.
Itnplil rrngron Mmle Townnt the
Coinplfltliin of the Itnllit Ins.
General Casey has submitted his re
port to C'ongiess on the proceedings
and operations for the construction of
the building for the library of Congress
for the year ending December 1, 1SO0.
Considerable progress has been made
with the building, which is built up to
the first floor, wlille the rotunda Is half
way up to the levtl of the second lloor.
lly the end of the noxt working
season it Is expected that the third stoty
will he completed and partly ready for
the roof, lie asks nn appropriation for
tho year ending June 80, 1302, ot
Co in lucre In I Trelem .Mult IMy the
Some l.lcemna liMlnr.
The petition of Orvllle S. Wilson for
a w tit of total corjmt was overruled
to-day In tho Court in General Term.
Wilson Is the commercial 'traveler who
was arrested last September ror violat
ing the law rrguktlng the payment of
He Is at present confined In the Wash
ington workhouse because he refuMtl
to pay the $30 license required by the
law, claiming he was not a !eddler.
The rejection of his petition settles the
much disputed question whether or not
commercial agents are subject to the
same license laws In the District as the
Meellnc ul tlie t'Haturt' Alltnnee.
A meeting of the Pastors' Alliance
was called to take place at Foundry 51.
K. Church this morning. A large num
ber of clergymen, representing all
Protestant denominations of this city,
met at the church and were called to
order by the president, llev. Dr. Elliott
of Ascension Church. The object of
tho meeting was to discuss the defect
ive marriage laws of the District and to
consider a bill to be presented to Con
gress for thtlr remedy. The committee
who had charge of drawing up the bill
reported that they boil not yet com
pleted their work. The alliance there
fore adjourned until next Monday,
when a meeting will be held at the
She Wat Nut l'rufane,
Dora Foster, a respectable-appearing
and richly-dressed young woman, stood
In the dock at the Police Court this
morning accused by Mrs. Mary Downs
with using ptofane language on Sixth
street northwest. When pUeed upon
the stand the prosecuting witness was
unable to tell the Court what profane
words were used. She said, though,
thst the woman had slandered her
among her neighbors. The case was
IlvU tu Work ete(iU7
It required some Sunday work to gat
the report of the Commissioners ready
In time for the meeting of Congress to
dsy. Secretary Tiadall was at the DU
tiict Kutldlngall day yesterday, and
Cowmleeionere Douglass and ItaM part
of the dav. Cotamiseinaer Uoss made a
visit to the Treasury Department, aad
CosamUeioaer Douglass west to the
Capitol this forenoon.
Aa Hi til led frlwuer.
Henry Plater, a young colored man,
was in court to-day on two charges
one with lomniittlag an assault and the
other with carrying concealed weapons.
The defendant became very much ex
cited in the dank, and the Judge was
utterly unable to get hint to answer say
quasi fana. The assault case was not
sustained, but a ine of 430 was imposed
for carrying a concealed weapon.
A ur 1 wi 'The Kur "
Among the conspicuous sinographs
on the register at the National Hotel
last evening was that of Eugene L.
Bertrand of San Francisco. Mr. her
trend comes to Washington as the cor
respondent of the San Francisco Vkrua
icU lie has had extended experience
and U a brilliant writer, and will be an
acceptable acquisition to the journal
istic ilrcles of the Capital
!U ahjaeuul to a Suula Halting.
On Satusday night Thnnus Carrigno,
one of the sailors on the receiving ship
Dale, became intoxicated- After hav
ing spent his pay he went bonne and
began beating his wife As he saade a
regular Saturday eight practice of beat
ing her she dkl not iaiih plain but when
he get up yesterday morning and started
in sgase she calkd in Otncer Jonee and
bad bias lucked a p at lb South Wash
twn te w tM Mesne.
Tianotby Healy was the tret prisoner
errata mid hi th new dock at the PoJnoe
p wSsgjpnPSn 4ew w mt n sssv w w
Court to day- He wan pkwned vstk
being conwnon vagrant & spent
sauck uf bU tfase in the wtknonse.
and when not these ejottkl lol about
dphng bonMt and diaoadesisr psneea.
TUaoTky bad noabisu to any to blsWa
behalf and Judge nVatter gae kiet sixty
!Hn t you think Tiplnr kasa 're
markably sunny favr
Y p.lally his uoee
mn mm boils.
frVI f'eitiajf tKM Com mi ifi n tt
Rkw To, Dec i -Money hmwrl
es, 4 pet ceat. Kxchange steady;
pwlttd tntek, IS actual nte,
4HH fot Sixty day, and IVtm
Oownneiits Wiiy , rnrrency h, 108
bM; -Is ettnpml, itli; ta, do , 10
The stock mutket otwned weak to
day. and during the first half how
tmne wa a decided pfengnre to sell
The telling was prlncirwlly directed
gainst tm sugar ttitsta, Jersey On
tral. Hk lelafrn. Ltfnlsvilh? aert Nash
title, Mfttonrt Pacific, and Northern
At 10 90 the decline ranged from 1 to
U per cent Later the selling cead
and a slight rally ensued, only to be
followed by a renewed pressure to ell
principally directed agalntt Inckt
wanna snd Chicago gas.and umler their
lead i he further sharp declines were re
corded. At 11 o'clock the market was off 1
2 ptr cent. Tn the hour to noon the
matket was extremely dull, and no
fealnre of moment transpired. There
was a fractional recovery, but at noon
the announcement of a failure of the
Arm of Arthur Ketctmm caused a re
action to the lowest figures, which are
A NEW BONGO GAME.
Itrnker'n RTpeHen'- With en At
Ircrri tvire unit Tito Men.
Scotch Pr.Atxs, Pv , Dec. 1. John
Harrington, a prominent clllren and
wealthy real estate broker, was fright
fully beaten Saturday ntght hy his al
leged wife ami two accomplices who
had lieen guests at his house for some
time past and whom Harrington had In
traduced as his brothers In law from the
West. Harrington Is 00 years old and
his Injuries are believed to lie fatal.
Harrington recently brought the woman
home and Introduced her as his wife.
He Is supposed to have met her In
After the couple had been bore a few
weeks two strangers, calling themselves
Mrs. Harrington's brothers, arrived In
town, and were invited by Harrington
to stop at his home Saturday tho two
men induced Harrington to draw $0,000
from the bank, which lie took home
and kept in the house. Lite Saturday
night the "brothers" entered Harring
ton's bedroom and covering him with a
revolver, demanded his money. Ho
compiled with their request, and then
the ontlre party set upon him and bent
him In a terrible manner. They then
disappeared and have not yet been
An Unfortunate Cltv.
Km, Pa., Dec. 1. The city of
Coiry a short time ago Issued $110,000
In Improvement bonds And Intrtuted
them to Jamleson fc Co. of Philadelphia,
who failed on Friday, to place them on
the market. The city has no security,
and they do not know whether the
bonds have been negotiated or not.
The city a few years ago Issued $100,000
In lmmfs for local Improvements, when
almost a simitar misfortune happened
A Murilerer Imne from Joy.
Joi iKT, Im. . Dec. 1 Tlie mur
derer Joseph Novak bus become Insane
over his escape from the gallows. He
was to have been hanged on Friday and
had all his preparations mmle. He had
no thought that be would lie granted a
supersedeas, and the result has been to
completely unbalance his mind, The
county physician says he will not re
cover his reason.
front Ut Ctkoee Tribuat.
The Physicians had been holding a
consultation for two hours.
"I tee no occasion to change my
opinion," said Dr. Gamboge. "The
case Is one of phthisis pulmonalls and
there has got to be a radical change in
"I am more convinced thin ever,"
exclaimed Dr. liolus, "that It is septl
camia. but the patient's constitution
will pull him through."
"I tell you." contended Dr. Kallow
mell. "that It's a esse of pulmonary
atrophy, aggravated by liver coai
plaint.' "And I tell you, centlemen." ssld
Dr Scalpium In a voice of authority,
"the man Is suffering from congestion
ami ought to be bled at once."
The noise of contention broke loose
The door opened ami a voice said'
"The patient Is dead, gentlemen."
Hut nobody heard it, aad the cos
lulitlou nent on.
SUde l'erfestljr Uliur.
yum tkt Xm Ytrk an.
Mr. Calliper Ootonel Ciawtrap, caa
you tell we the difference between a
green stranger in a mining eamp and a
Cniansl Ciawtrap Ko, M r. Calliper,
I cannot. What U the disTerenee f
Mr OalMpar One is a tenderfoot and
the other is a foot tender.
frtm Ittfptr 4 WttUn-
Jenkk Shall yen go to the opera this
season as usual, Mls Helen
Helen We don't know yet. Kihet
anil I want to go very muck, but our
brother George is on bis college foot
ball teem, and we ean't toll yet whether
we shall be in mourning this year or
The Lnt Ua Ttwe,
tew tar cartnna dAtoof
As a rate, private prayers ought to he
long hd pspnUe esuw short.
A KUdle to be Wiw U.
"Harrison pussies me "
"I don't know which is his more
nmiaimt trait, hie sntnU gntetnem or
great matte ess.
aUIE Left fcr tne I'f eaotar.
turn OU rhuuUt ilk Jbmuitii oa
Heroism and self practice ace only
appreciated in romance The other diy
a PhUaeWlphtan apenr'Us last if ty cents
fur a tessrrsneje fjrettaf and upon aektng
the cserk for a dbne to get a drink he
coldly refused the request.
afcsiM ' as a nnrwn thing aam.
Mm 14 MKtturr
Qsoeer CbtveUnd badge, asajr be -in
ism if from the pawn afice to a year
in ast r Mm farted.
mm Ututtr'4 Uosor.
Uahl-Wbt an awfej aboddy girl
ataWft iMsf 1MM tuMI IV Osf blfonf j
ntMenh nmitVsT "llgnsnUT hUa
swssssr Tsnw imqn-N
Ue has fans eeeMnend of Uoe;
'lbs seen Wbu tsiks at will,
but bsan't ae far greater
V bv kaon ko to iuy ua
UnOWW'S IBOH BITTERS
Gurs Dyspepsia j In
digestion V Debility.
m TOO SOPIRTWOi ?
t Atttftfr VeiaweH iKswa llits t.t
nam rt fe Fipiiiir ftrtmtclt
I. Do yon believe in wftetret, pH
cltw, faWea, tamplre. ghowls. ofte,
Ifhf, fotnw, b 'gies, browtitet, pISKt
5 Do yon bellev In sn evil gwrfirt?
ft Tm yon benVve In the evil cys
4 Does it melie sy dtfrereircs) with
yon how yon ttt the frew mjo7
5. Dn yott mhirl etosslng a ftrttjfai
6 WonM ytm pass a night in a grim
yard, with a fofpie In a ehftTiIt ot In s
1 Ir yon wear anything which can
be eonsMreti In Dwnafnttjof t tstisman
8 DM yon ever employ an v thin a
9 Io yon attach any meaning to a
fenr lea veil clover?
10. WoM yott willingly pis nnder
II. Do ytm feel nncwnfortabte wmn
you spill Hit?
13 Wowhl ycu sit down with thirteen
18. WotiM yoti start on a trip on a
Ftiday or would you defer commencing
an Important work on that day?
14 Do you attach any particular Im
pot tance to certain numbers, especially
to three, seven and nine?
15. Would you give a child the same i
name as that of one who had just died? ,
IB. Are yon afraid of the dark?
17. Did you ever have your fortune
told by gvpay, astrologer, cards or sim
18. Were you evef made uneasy by
heating the Insect commonly known as
the death-watch ?
10. Would you venture to knock
thteo times at midnight on the door of
an empty church ?
SO. Do you believe In dreams, omens,
portents, signs, warnings, harbingers or
hand writings on the wall ?
Inr tloulil Mill tie Unilemteml nt the
Her of tlmlemcnt,
Prom tt Chrittton Atlrotntt.
Jay Gould was "dying" was "practi
cally dead," was "losing his faculties,"
had "elven up ambition," was "rich
enough," was ' leaving matters to the
management of younger persons," was
"Incapable of mental cxe"tlon," was "a
victim of nervous prostration." AH
these things have been declared at Inter
vals for two or three years past, yet he
Is the strongest figure beforo the coun
try, his Influence the Greatest, nnd his
bitterest foes are complimenting him for
a great work In the restoration of values.
Gould Is the mvstury of the age. One
of the objects of a final day of judgment
Is to rercnl the truth about Inscrutable
Consolation for All.
"I'm feeling very 111 again. Doctor.
Do you think I'm going to die?"
"My dear madame, com pose yourself.
That Is the last thing In the world that
Is going to happen to you."
Up anil Down.
Xenly-apiolnteil Police Justice
Your face Is familiar to me, prisoner.
Where have 1 seen you before?
Prisoner (formerly a Police lustlee
himself) I had the honor to send your
Honor to the Island once when I was
on the bench.
The Judge "SI.x months."
l'rcitntlnc 1'or an Kiuercencj.
Sirs. Dingo My dear, why did you
get two brushes fur this bottle of muci
lage? Mr. Dingo I got one to dip In the
XVIte In III (leneratlon,
Vow On Xew i'urk Sun.
' Oeorge lores me. lores me madly,"
Tlie blushing beirets said;
"Oft and igiln be tells Me,
lie worships wbere I tread"'
Her pa, replying grimly,
This cruel arrow sped.
"Wbenjou walk upon my real aetata,
George worships whefe jou trs4'"
The Ilanana Knlianea
Frtmtkt Amtrkttn Greetr.
She The new organist missed an
entire note in one of the hymns this
He Indeed. Slipped upon a peal, eh
Wathlneton Htock Kichanse
Sales RacuUr Call 13 o'clock w.
Wash. (Ssr Bonds, B , t.4t0 a 1191. 1.1b
eola Nat. ltanl.,3 a 113. feojJe'r Fire Ins.,
100 a Si.
Mtseatlsaeous Konds V. S. Kiattric
light let, ', W; U. S. Kleetrte Light,
t: , -. W. X O. K. K. KMOe's,
K'k-,, Ui; W. Jb U. CoeverUWe ft,
114; Mstoafe Hall Ase'n, S'r. C llffig, 1051.
Hith. Market Co., let Mori., 8', We,
Wh. Market Co., Imp., e'r, -. Iul'dA
Seaboard Co., S'r, C 117, , Wa. I.t.
iBfsBtry. 1st, o'a. vm. W, W ash. U. Iu
faBtry, 3d, V, 1M, 5, Wash. Gw Lbrbt
Co., $t. A, 6', !U, Waeh. (iu Light Co ,
Ser. H, ', lltt, ll)geuic Ice Co.. lt Mort ,
e'r, W; Anwrteaa Security aad Trust, 100.
National Rank Moths Bauk of Waeh
ImrKw, iU; Bank of Kepuhue. 8T0, Metro
polfa, ttafi. Central, JW heuoad. JOil,
Jrarmers sad Met. hanks. !V0, Cttlwiu'. 170,
rotomhta, 1SW; Capital, 130, Weet End, 7,
Tradere', I IT, Luteoln, 110.
Hatlnaul Stoeks HMhiuntou sad
Gaorgetoua, 345, MetropoUUn, 13&, Co
lusakaa, oft: Capitol and Xoftt O Mreet,
5; EcLingtOB and Soldier' Howe, 5t,
SeurBetoHnandTtonaUrtown, 4, Briaiu
insnranee Stocks -Plreuen't, . Vraak
un, 60. Mstropuiitan, a, Xakkmal Union,
1ft; nrllngtne. IIP; Coreuran, e6, Colum
bia, It), Uerataa Awariean, 110; rutemac,
i. Jtlggs, U, People's. 5, UnuJa, U-
Tnhjiueuraace Stocks 8sl Kuu
Tbte, 1, Cohuntla Tale. 4, waehingwe
6as ed Klecirit Light Stocks Washing
ten 0ns, Mi, GhMfgetowa Uas, , U. S.
Tesaphuns Stmks rNMUMylvaaia, .
Cheeataadve and futouux-, , Ainertiaa
emMemMAmi fttoeka. tfaahbmten Itar-
bet Ce., -, Waasengien Brack hVUns
Co., , Ureat FauT lve Co., - , BuU
Bun Panorama Co., IS, nntlonal nale Da
mn nfe Washington Sals DeposU.135,
Wssitngtae Loan and Treat Co , i. -
! TvtMlgbghkgC. . MsnraMnUfcnUnfJf
enpienp J jseiaBjBBnnvsnwf t wgse"sp"I
Fneiunaitt Sen Carriage, I; Asaerican
aecumy and Trust Co , mn uneotn ttau.
, Mlswmr ue to , -
UUUtUf -ou yhuredaf w ember .
lata, t u nw Made Biaa. insant nnucUtei
, tmrnn awaa. menm epusruwi
UUT -On Tbwwiar. ae. v.
UjtB - i Kdm ttuUer, iUtotntet
t 8 oui Aaditor's oSV. etod eat
r nhtbt Be was a ntesaber ol
ljtieXodu A. v and 4 M anebU:
kuea ut we tuamci u
tor nit reae roars
sUV -ttseut),toveabei:J. iw.
at t s m .Msard breauasw need wi, alter a
nimaj Ham bis UW wUenee. I tree i
nennwanv eainass aua saase at nt mi
ikk's cturih on Tuaanar Mi,stitee at '
iK-S M-wuua aad reintlvi
c reevv.-u a U
auv ao auae i
ao, u caugBAsP
an aw eaeme iK-isnar st an --""'''
Iel Hark Pla. bat lllh
aedlttb oi' Baud C at O e. Suuxa UOSS M a
aiv i m wi ut laam ou.j a-w
vrow ia Taw rmx. n tm rnT
X "1 raumeytor SMts nrat-eSae aae
bd tu-d . -.lidUM A40xas or caJ at
JCSTB t lJ OSTiSCB, teJD itir
a Ltfisi ttmmi.
ike !! ttst ta tvtitirtk s M'
taet fftm nn tvtts
Acm Ih rfrr "t Pti '.
It is tM tat a i rtatn Ies:il torhel or
ho Is tohemarrte, Mlic tvly Nirlnt;
la firit bold an adt He hetifi ttn
rrmttitfr tribunal of loe a he H at the
hat of justice For maiiy yean h o
diuifd hts oa cam m wh ,'atnt
hrsrtfd manrirt ad defterfedhis aru t
f nt for so long time that the
r.r- n btd to b s Interfninftft, m son
if the attorney's own hwal actlwn i
whVh hsvebwn dfiffttnfthronith tho
bgal routts for yeats Th lawrer ,
hiver had, on several otrnstofw, made up
ma mimi to Mtnmlt hts caue t hl- is iv
hjre on its merits, but M oonrjo In
vathtble falletl hlro. Biles; in
qtsaintcd with the arts of love and tho
lancTMijre thereof, he feareil to d lr s
h by letter, bnt he finally hit upm
the novel plain of "htletlnjt" hW s
He reviewed the whole courtship fr m
theitiict hRl conatmcilon. oith-l
hit appeal In lesl phrase ly, entered
a formal motion that the esse b derl
(led on Its merits, and dispatched the
document to his lady love bt his offW
The same mornlne; It cawe bk with
the folmwlng Indorsement In a chirog
isphy that the delighted counsel recog -nlrerf
a that of the fair arbiter of his
destlnv "Ctme this day Into court A.
U , by attorney, who mores that the
tauie of A.. 11 vs C I)
be decided upon the testimony
row before the court, the de
fendant havlns: waived a jury, It Is
otdtd by the Court that judgment lie
entered for the plaintiff and the procepi
of execution liue at onee '
The plantiff, however, wat not quite
ready and he permitted the defendsnt to
flic a replevin bond at lix months. At
the cxpirstlon of that time the lawyer
will take possession of his fair property
ami a tamt eekbre nlll come to a lilting
A (Innil tieuiFilj-.
"Phew"' eald Mr. Stingy, as he awl
Barrows entered the restaurant. "If
there Is anything I hate It's the smell of
"Me too," returned Harrows. ' Cull
the waiter and let's smell a little fresh
U3T-KKBT ItKUBVBD. DK. WHITE,
1416 retoin. avc.. oppontto WlllarJ's lintel
1 lionwndi from tar ami near visit Dr. Wtilte'4
etabnhnifnt for relief from ami nvofcUnre
of corn, bunion, dheaeed nails and all
ether foot tronblw Hotir. 8a. m. tnSn.ni.
Fiin(lay.9 to is. Office fee, It per vtttfr
tmttlnK the feet la pood order. BtabIUhed,
Kar LADIES' INDIES.! LAD1BSI
JIM JlcCaffery is the onl? bat ami
bonnet ftsnie manufacturer In the rttr. Call
and ree ber new bares. Illeachlai; and
j.rf f'lnir. hlraw and felt hats altered to the
latctt styles orders promptlr attemleit to
ISM O street n w.
Jy-J. WILLIAM LEE
(Cacceesor to lleorr Lee's Softs),
SSt TA. AVE. N. W.,
nrnncliOCIco.rta MatTlandtre n. w
KJjr-WIIY SOT 1IAVK tOUK HHIRTS
x made by one of the moit celebrated
setters la AaierMat I'rlees earne ae thune
third rate cutters charge. I'. T. HALL. Wt r
WATED-A WniTK WOMAN TO COOK,
want! and Iron for a small family Applr
atsefs Mum ave between 8 and It; references
rfqalred. 1 St
VANTJI)-COLOKSDWOMN to COOK.
wash and Iron, nuat star oUhu. U R
HBW. 1 3t
VANTKD-WHlTJCniHL (ClEItVAN I're-
ferreit) to do ireneral Itouoework In a
laall family Apply at tit 7tli te 1 at
"irAXTED-KlMBT CLASS COOK. SS19 N
at n r. watblait and Ironing. H8-K
WANTS I) -WHITE WOMAN TO COOK,
waih and Iron, also nur iflrl. Apply
311 Maple ave. Le Droit Park. iW It
rANTKll-A J1R8PBCTABLE WHITE
1 1 girl to do seaeral bouaework. miwt bt-
eol eooh; Bull family, beet reference re
qalred. CallM At it a w SS-St
ANTED-WH8T CLASS PKMALK COOK
to so boatb for the winter. ADDir. with
ret ereacea, at TSS SOth at n w St
ANTED-WHITE WOMAN TO COOK
aad ateUt tn Ironies. AmiIt at ejlft
Man are. jw it
-TUANTED-SITl'ATION A CHAMBER
) maid, waltreM or cook. Apply at iti
JANTBD- BV A HEkPBCTABLE OOL'D
I airl. a aituathw aa chanberaaald or
nurw; caa larui.h ftod refereaca. Apply at
110 K t a w. 1st
"rANTED-HV A MELIABI E COLOKBD
wemaa, waablac tu take booM Call or
address SSS tt hat a w 1 St
TAT8D-BV A COLORED WOMtN A
1 nlare to cook, aad do general bmum
work la private family Call or addreae 1NB
JlWae at. bet lttb and lath aad T and V l
TANTKB-BY A FIBttT CLASS COOK A
I altuallun aa each la a nttrata famtlr.
beat tit yref areata. Call at preaaat piaoa.
iria i etreei a w ge-ea
TAJ1TEP-HY HEaPECrABLX COL'U
I etrla. altualluaa: oaa aa laaaJraaa. the
other as chambermaid and wattMea Ad
dreneorialltWDelavee w 4S-St
7AJ.TED-HY A UBBMIN HTHftf,
1 waal lea to do at toaje talloraddraa
fOK HUNT KOOMS.
liVU KEST-FLJtklaUKD MOO US WtTiI
J' t a ble board at lSStf M at aw jjj
l?Oit JtKXT-HAMlk-'MELY MJBMteUtll
X ruoa. with board (or 4 aaar siott Circle
AddrM.P ihlaottce. ltt
1,X)K BBKr-SST 1TH T X W-SMALL
parlor aad adjowiua bad room, newly
turaiabad, lt Soor; SU par aooth, aultabta
fur ceetLamea 1-at
1 MM BBKT-J tiBLSUHTri L BOOJta, Heal
1' aadfaa. Sd toor SUE Can at. IJt
TCSt BSST UANDHBLY PlMiilBllD
1' aooeu on in ut u asora or wii u at a w
etdice i a tae dour jt
Uttaiiv i iiUUI UtivnejMaktaa IMtitUrf
tm . csta,mssans SBWMw
,kB ! Sl.-uv aa.i hwa tanaal juijl lanLfaaS laaJr-maa
hall aad batb would teat i heap to a perm
aent teaast Si K at a e i uaveaieAt to
t.cTtmaaeat Priatla Untce nSt
1' LJludla bath, heat anil onht
1OB KEKT-J OB 4 I hrl'SMieUBD
I Pakdaeaw 1ml .if 1 llt-kikr (LaaiaJ SLIlal Wtatnha m.
. Appti a I at a e.
irr-iiiWattt tai tsinav
rouma tor nut ims veramut aa
aonr. aangni iw um.
Ova oi oaite Capitr-,
i.xnt xnfi Ukwisi vwnrctitetiso
1' roums aiaa-U or ea auite. aa Suur- aoutb
froal. t WUulojra. Lcat. aaa, but bath two
as a. r,TBaani ai aa
l.Xlei BBkT- 1 19 a kt I
P oanally atirattive aad
ST K W Ah L X
SManKY lt LetAV.
SL SWtaTJ u
jai trat rtaaa aectuwaa
aia., JL) Amar whacie
as rte or
at a w.
o utnw vsO0 aJtccWT y
an M- eainw.
u banal on sutsa. BTATf ethxajTY.
at s ab pcb caunr.
A 1 tMLhY TO lahaS
o c hUU,hJUX STS1BJ LUaJi.
o. narsaTBs m ail pana or i
the ottr LUe
ana nn taanjasce io
i w Le Droit Bul'd'..
er ath aad t u
mmm mm oimciori ,
irtisTv riitrjtr sr rn tt s
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mriJA innijJT wntnt
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B C FAtBfe!!ts!t
B XBTHOl OWAT BBBW CO. Sng tlth t n W.
it B. KntBWnnt). iost a w.
HrjtrnRFYs. Mhst n w
i ASLHBrRirn, tirtithit n w.
BOB mil.TFIIA"'. t JI T. ave
i H Bf WBI L IS B t n.W
I RW SRWMf YBR, nth and Pa. ate
h. W rtBttER, esPa ave
. MAOKRTT, tB8 Pa ate
.1 B BEISTSOKR HrMMthst n.w.
.lottK STBTBLfe.ee ft Cap St.
W WXR1DBB. IIS I at a. w
C. rALMBP. ltN SDlh St. Mr.
ttift ABIJBOTOSI ROT CO STth and K n w.
miTi'tt, fitrnstt ,i.i iwas
.TAS F OY9TBB, Pa. ate aad Wh at.
A. I.OHFFLKR, StO-W tntre Market
1 MOM T KBABE 4 tn 51 Centre Market.
J II BUM II RH. tfl to MI Centre Market
FliW. HrtOOKB, SSI SI CBfllre Mart1
OTTo m PPBRT,1 m Centre Market.
A i HI LBT.W. WlVntre Market.
it ic icj,i:s
GEO B. ATWATBH Jt CO . ! 1S Pa ate.
OVBBMAN W1IBKLC0.71S tSth t nw.
llOltTS, SIIOJSS A.JtVHHfllS.
4 II MORAN. 494 Kh at.
A I. !IA7LRTON.S7ths
M STBlCRLAND.SWPa ate
opo. w nil II, 717 Market (tpece.
HOW III A Jit HHAY.aRIUhat n W.
JOHN ( W II I.E8, Jr . SIS 7th at n W.
L !!ItHHUr.i.S7th n w.
I BOOL, One I'rk i-faoe ttutrra, 7SS 7th t.
NATIONAL HOTEL SHOBSTOHB, 4SS Pa at.
It. V, AI.KBtt TVCKBR, 1M Pa. ate.
JO A. HFrKTTI. SITf-a ate.s. e.
M. OHKENHAfM.SISI M t.
B. Mlt It A SOS, lSSS4 7thnw
n is hi: na.
lltf!C,i A CO . Pa ate ami If th t.
1 LW is JOHNSON CO, lSth and Ta ate.
( OtiMlN A MACAKTNKT, 1411 F St.
BATKMAN A CO . lilt K at. n W.
WM MAY8EACO .SlSSthat
WOODS A, CO. tlSKt.ri w
LEW I O 7 BWKallUHY A CO , 1S F.
n i kh.
CENTRAL NAT HANK, 7th at. and Pa. av.
SKCONIi AT10NAL.S7tht n. w.
CO? I MDIA NATIONAL, Sll Fat. n. W.
NAT HANK REPUBLIC. ?th and II ata.
FARMBH8' A MBCI1 'S NAT , cor. M anil Slat.
ilOOA.S I IJllt.SAXlt STATlUtWltS
W II LOUDBtlMIlKACO.,1IS4HP.
ttM IIAIINTYNH A WlN,;tbat.
A K Wll.LIWS. Wl Tlht. n w.
W. II MORIIION, ISBi Vf .
CHAPMAN X TAYi OK. 015 Pa. ate, nw.
KAbTON A Kl'lT. 4V1 11th at nw
tunn i i v. i. it us,
EMPIRE T BAM Sll 5 Maa ate
F.H oUNUM.lHPa atenw.
A SOI'I I S A .III.VA('S.
y. O. COl'ELAM). KM Itth at nw.
NAT'I. CASH RKOI8TBR CO. Wth A Katanw.
vAiii'rsmt.s asi n r ii. it mis.
ALEX. MILLKR. ISIS Ohio ate.
1IAHBY A DAVIri. 1SSS 1Mb at a W.
C. A LANULBY, 310 ISth at a W.
t ii. ii ir.s A.n nitAMHits.
TOKALONWINECO .Sll tlth at.
M V WIIBLAN, IOCS Fat.
r at r.it nns.
F. Fit Rl'Nn.TOX What. B w.
I. J WEYMAIt, 1SSI Hth at
ALEX. FoltriN, ll 17th at a W
LOUIS CHAP1NS, 17H Let a w.
GRAY A HIIO.. ItUS L at n W.
ICTOR E.ADLBR. SWT tTth n w.oor.Maaa.av.
M KAUFMAN, corner Mb aad fale.ae.
I. HAMHCMOBH A bONf. SSI Pa ate.
N.Y.ONR PBlCBCLOTHlNn.StI 7th at n w
GOLDEN KAflLE CO , 1! la. ate. a. e
W. NOHDLINOBK.SlOr V St. n. w
B RICH A SON, IS I Ub BW-
ANDKKW J JOYCK'B bONB. Warareawa,
l s-aocoen ate.iFaetory.ttSrSlithnw.
W I ilEYER.-MSpa ate Abio baraeee.
HUH S AND CAKHIAOEHAZAK.SSe-WU.
Mi 1 rfRMOTT A 1IHO.. J1S Pa. ate. B. W.
a J MKEKS, No 41 6 t a w.
V ILLIAM WALTER'S SON, ltth and Cats B W
t i xik A JABOE, M S M at.
A II. UBBOORY. X Y ate aad Sth at.
o rr.v Tin i:us i c t fits.
J. Fl'SSBLL. HS N. Y. ate
T JAM VIS 4 1Kb at
CHAS P FLElKHMANX,lilOPa.ate
TEMPLE BOTBL. Sth at. op U.P Pat.OSaoe.
BLKb' DININQ BOOMa.lSSPa.ate.
t IIM'HC flOA HKH.
M BhlLL.4i7Sthat. Wholaaahi
R R nSUHRlXfl. Slllltb St. Wbolaaale.
FIBLDIX) A CO., 49? Pa ate.
(.ILL'S, M Fat
feUBVizACO nr MthamiraU a w
MUSNAHAN A 0. 4Tt. a w.
F . k TOH. imwi pa. ate. a. w.
BMMUn.4MTtht. B w.
A. GCTEhT'StiT. MSIttShat a. w
J At tBt HBO., be Fa ate.
BEH SSS lath BW
JOHN H SktOOT. 44 M at.
W M aitrbTBB A aOSK, US Fa ate.
LAMbBlBHAJ8O..Wt0 SSS Tthet.a.w.
SXATOli FjntlY P. and hth at.
THoe j LCTTbBLiamiVt.
JOHMSOliA LDTTBBU. TIS Market pa e.
T. BE) KB A EOT. W Tth et. a. W
S J F1M1EL. 1S Fa ate.
CEO. F BABBIX. SU Fa ate a e
S D Bl BTB A CO. USS Tth at aw
STBJUi-aDaVl MJ rWmf. SM4 7th a w.
W Dtx ABE no., sit MarCat nsana.
GBO COMBS. ISIS 14th at. a. W.
CBAU. J At KaOK SteSKat B- W
FSMI1H 11 Met a w
BBBbUVfc IMFOBll'M. SVT 4 at a w
U hUH N BE a BHO USI7th St n
z d i.iiaMAiTsgfH ataT
T E obrUM bill Fa ana,
SAMIBLT bTOTT. ItotCal Hutel Buiidiu
BOMKOPATBtC rAsWACt. tflar B at.
50 A BBBTLET. lSthaadfotooraaat.
G M aUTttOBN. aauirMiandOata.n.w.
BJaUkBUBG A ELUOTT. Mftf leUtat a. W
W BRAC B. 30fU and M at a W
CCBbUfcTIANI. 4el Pa are
Got SIMMS .. Yave aad lh at
JOHN B MAJuB. -aloTtli at a W
WiatAf I1J UtJCMSI.
J J rifcUKK a C4. as F at a W
SrUaaUS- V Y 8A i DJTf HOCnB, VtU at.
J BUUaSnLltTSatav Satbllhed bt
n-4 nn n, ass s at aw
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titt llt til, At 4 4 trafst tt lUM
bVUjCS MAKtJi. 1 Pa- .
AS ta Ht'CTtOat X). btttV at.
Alt All AO. . tM4ia"t
BUtiira astt buU. aan va. at.
Kiicr.ii3F ate. and 4l aad
tit tld a f
HOttSKrUt SULL 4 CSWSrWW.
W tlSMJth. 14SSPaavea W
J st MjtAlX itth aad 6 aU a w
M BTUBSsLMSi F at. 8- W
A Ot'BS A BBO HI.' ruus
A bASUhEM. Hue Conu . u w
5 THAI sS A I " . - i Mttri Mtrie
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s. tup an t J(as atw.
TllnMX WRNW. lltSO-tn w
i ist ',t.frvi tv rrrr.riiF.
1' A t.i.fpns, ror. frplarktf
E . At Ctt M Ste, bet 4 als
itmrj.W ItWHt WtntRa, iteS water at n i
w i. if rmt'wi.Ai rsis d t a
Wtf ?B a Te! . S7-4.
js garter aee
TO C , feiR P at.
BW Pa ate
I Rtt A mH. ims js 7th rt
ERBJIA 9 7 SS Tth at n. .
RornBj"!. nns Ttii n w
B. B. BrTOWJl A wit. rot SWh and Pa at
H.J IJilRT fwritthat n W
h fs irt'Hi:s
STBPttp. r;aFtstnnl1tapat a w.
. 8. SREDPA BWI. 4MSthS.W. P1aMn.
r A Stt PfTlMAN.SM Wth St It W.
B F BROOK. Mlt lIHhBW
v um- r. h inn.nt.t bit.
? c. xt ttoot A co . MB U ate
i t.BRrmrR AWW.stt tapa at
s rumen wi. m
a r n at-i fa.
hEt tiFprTT SST It M at nw
hint A BOA CO as Pa atenw.
.tArKsnjt a co , m Pa at
J . RBnUAN. Sth aad Le ate.
N H. BIRCH KLL.H23 Fat W.
3 n.BABT.51lthat a. w
BLPH0rO YOt'NOH CO . No rtBMhst.n.W.
ttPMR A CW ,7 Market !
. M At BK B r ROPI.BY Slat and M sts.
W R BROWN, art ht nnd Pa ate.
A O WHIOBT. WSrUlhat h w
.1X0 P LORE, 184 I What, n W.
II. W OFnJTT A CO , tt and N sta.a. W.
It . II ELLIOTT. tS 14th at w
A.HBfWVLLRR.InJllrlbat n w
THOS RNOWLR. 1S04 SM at n W.
H R WATBR. CMS Tth at a w.
F M WALKER BBS La ate
J R BRYAN A BR". 0 Pa are
Of O ( KKNNBPT A eORn, ism) r af tl w.
I1ROHN1NO A M1DIH ETON. 810 Pa are
T It WALKER A CO, 4-S0 I ate.
A OASOLr A ( O. tIKS Till at
N 11 SB PA. n Pa ate.
w R ABBOTT. 1781 Pa ate a w
O FRaHAUNO A SONB. S S Sth it. Italian
lit .1 I V It UK III! ll.f.H.
3 noCHON.MSHthat w
S IIELLBR,7S0 7thn W.
HO 7 VI.H
TIIBLAND'S MOTEL, Pa ate and 14th St.
NIHIJI ANDIB, Uth and H ata
AliLIWtTUN IIOTBU Vt. ate. and M at.
W. BLCKRK'S ISth at. bet N Y ate and H sU.
AHNO. ISth and I at nw
EliniTTlli.VfcE Hth and Fata
MBTHOrOl.lTAN HOTRUI'aate aadtth St.
W (lll.MLLI 8. IMh and II ata a. w.
CONOHRSIONAL IIOTRU Cnpltol Hill.
NATIONAL HOTEL Pa ate and Sth It.
8T JAM KS HOTEL, Pa ate anil Sth at.
THE HAMILTON. Itth ami K at n w.
THE BELVEDERE. Pa ate and M at.
yoT s i mi uv.s-ta rit.iSTS.
M01I0AN HOCHK. 81 at., ahote N.
OW RN HOl'MK Pa ate , near U.S Treaattry.
MT. VRHNOV IIOTRU 4S Pa ate. n. w.
K.MM1TT HOt'8B, oppnalte B A O Depot
COI L'MBIA IIOL'SB. 10th and R ata
I..Mlh IMOROAN Hot UK). MM M at n W
itAitxK.s.s ami itoitst! nouns.
LUTE A BRO. S7 Pa ati
K KNEBttsCetHlN 4A7th
JIA It 1)11 A HI!
BARBER A BOC8, 1Kb ami fl ata.
F. P. MAY A CO . SI Pa ate
CHAM T CABTBR A CO . SOS Pa ate.
JAM. B. LAMII1B.M1SN Y ate.
W WAON8K. SSTi Pa ate
F A. W I1NRIDRK. Pa ate and ISth at a w.
L. H 8CtlNmtlKR8 8)N8, tees-K) Pa ate.
J. H. KENDALUSIS Pa ave
IV It C.1IIM.V1V.
TRANSPARENT ICE CO.. SSS7 Water at.
OH BAT FALLS ICE CO.. H4 Pa. ata.
INDKPRNDKNT ICE CO . Pa. at. and ISth at
HARRIS A sIIAFBH. lilt Pa ate.
MOORB A 1 g!llNUtKW Pa ate.
A. I- 8AI TESTEIN. lr., 506 Tth at,
W. 8. TAPPAN. SSI th at.
W. HHt'NINOKH.MPa. ate
J II. ALIIR", IMMUtbat,
J fe HLACKFOHD.SIMat a. W
T.THOMPM)X.aiMt n W.
7,f MltV.lt ltr.Al.ltltS.
R. J Mrl.KAN, IStU an.l B sU n. w.
1. 1 mi:,
OEO 4 .IQHNhTON. loss th at. n w.
ML'DDIMAN. C A . SU Mth at n w
7..I OS UK r
WEST END bTKAM LAUNDRY. Tel . JStSH.
CUAMFToN bTEAM LAUNDRY, It Pa ate.
SWISH 8TKAM LAUNDRY. MSS F at. a. W.
YALE STEAM LAUNDRY, Stt Mthat.B.w.
DEXTER STEAM iJtUNDRY, 4S1 Cat, a. W
Xl 211 !.".'' J'UH.SlMltXtl HOUDH.
PALAIS TIOYAL. ISth tt and Pa ate.
DOUOLAKS A BBO . SIS aad SU Sth et. n. w.
fl. T. MILLER 1Mb aad Pa ate.
JIOS rill ril. IIOKtS.
CEO HOE L BBRNEK. SSS Meat ate.
THOal. HEANY, tSSAi Mae ata.
.lll.'.V t IKX1MIUKS.
JI.IA IC I HI! A Ml t IftMOVHPIST.
MMK. PAYN, TSS 1Mb at. a w
KlNlioV A b4NS, 41S-I Uth at. a w
VII I. Sl'VVlll'S.
ORBKTT. eS Pa are.
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BAL ESTATE BULLETIN
TMOMAB K. WAOAMAN,4TFa4ret.
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