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THE 1)AIL CIMTIC, MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 1, 1800.
TlIE DAILY GRITig 0 xxr n'roiALH A T.errtlme l iif Mine I5ntrprl p ARtfdtwm(Viid Watch and Chain. vine firo. will tn given . rhri'tmas present bt asr. a L . A L "AITrTlS. IB the, Jew!, h-XW" elegant store l lttated at 885 Seventh itnvmn, to im person wlio guess wet, to th who guesses t to tne nnraMr ( f '(MM earls' m the -esled box tn frotrt of Mi t Mihn l I.aastamth. th P strwt f ar "w yvwtf . .-. . nun ann in i w H. Bowman of the oraat WonJB oitwon of the hlihrwn IMMCai fTB-S arnqiy accepven am win act as a Ohr I'arhw rnrnllnrt. B foe Cam "asp tmt C ' fMMiftM, 5r4e'e.!iM in una IIM IM fwjwtt etmcc yon f ret had Ut bsir par rs tor eek eMlut joreortwr . ItnilttcnV tw ltl (lootlK. rtjtnl IttMdtJii, the ploneiei oautFAtfy wsjaen atsanand wortiiwMt, has Jnst returni longer Installment i OB ' Utwest, tm rat returned from tbe enst- Mb Markets wtOi an Immense snppry of all kNM of hpn,eheeplB good, carpet. toT9. rarity ese Ton run f nrnHh for hoae f mm MMt to 9MT&L At this tim with fAh pMcws an tin Installment plan. AN ELOWENT SERMON. Jir, Itarlnn I'rrnrlim on Unity tn i.nrsc CMngrrgntlon. llr. Jtlchanl I) Harlan, son of Mr. .Intlte Harlan of the United Slates Sn trem Court, preachetl an able anl In tcrnUeit illacnnrse yeater.lay morning to a larjre ami attentive audience at the iuw ork Avenue Presbyterian Clutch. Ills text was "Ami the tits rlpree were called Christiana first In Anttoch," an epithet, he said, applied to Ibim by outside barbarians, anil not from within the church, but which strvtdtn cement the rapidly increasing licaly of believers (oeether. and under which people of diverse nationalities, stations In life, caste and condition were fraternally united. In the spirit of our Lord's prayer, "That they nil may he one. ns Thou, Tather, art In me and I In Thee, that they also may be one tn us: that the wot Id may believe that Thou bast sent me," he urged upon Hie Church to abandon denomination jealousies and blckettag. and uniting In one common cause, with an undivided front, push forward the war against the enemy of iratcrlalism and vice. Speaking of the divisions of the Church, he said the time would come when Christians would lung the head with shame that there was over known among them such a thing aa a 0 lurch bouth and a Church North. TheCiurch should not be the lait to learn th a the war It over. Mr. Harlan has n pleating anil at ti ctlve manner, u rich. melndloiH vitff, Hml a clear ami Incisive wy of siatliig III views. NtW TtHPlE OF JUSTICE. .lulls Mlllrr !tin Court at the Mxlli Mint HuIIiIIdb, It was exactly 10 o'clock this morn irg whin Judge Miller look Ills chair In tie remodeled court room at the corner vt i-Iith ami I) stirets. There was more m ! confuslof) In cnnaeittMnce of the letence of a large numbvr of specta 1 rs, ami the fact th it prisoners and wit TKMca bad lo be cted behlml the grat ing, the cells ami wltncM rooms not yet lieleg poioiiIcImI. Judas Miller proceeded tn hy down tie iuWs by which the court would la ihv future 1h) governed In order to ex- diie the HilmluUlr ill m of justice and ihc H-fivmlinnf onler lie said that l.e (IU1 no) defre In dfiitlve the lawyers criue prtner r any of tuelrrlghts. I ut be did propose lo stop elfeclmlly the soliciting of cmmm In the court mm, For that reason the wire crating had beenpiaevd between the court-room, the piioers and lit G.vrntnBt awl I) Is tilct wltB. Ileuafier If couawl will hand the Hame of the priioner wbomlte wUb to aeio tbo iMlllff he will be permitted to see bU client, otberwUeMM. TbU arrf -bwoi U ery objectloa abletosoHM cf i he Hhylrs who con llrual'y hang about the court room atw! volunteer tn do feud prisoners for a tiltliug fro The Irgitlmate members I I the liar, howevrr. are thoroughly well Htts&Ni with the new plan. I'uiimI iiu , liuuilHDfril llabjr. Yesterday morning a while infant 1 oy, 1m tbatt a week ok, was found on Hie step i f the Minor Institute for Lutofed Child tea, eorner of Four-anI a half urt and Maryland avenue. A wentna passing beird ike cries of the (biU and noticed 4 peculiar buodie upon iHe doorstep She found the tbild wrapptd In aa old cloak and took I' to ner home on Marvlnad avenue. 'I he babe was pretty 00, and lbs aonutnwa Utntpicd to adopt it, but l.t r hukiMi 4 obJcetMi, and the f u J hog wit tnfned over to St. Ana's la net Asylnat. TrjaWUUy " liiliiu. nil Uovrl Hiuilti' I'fas. "I DukMi Kksbuni and tlwt W ui.- th sublet of General Baotk' te- VwA. fmUt..l lkv. i U Kew v an, MVr t tn First CongwoaUMsai t biaak. xnm fMn kivk lo neaaeli an l utwnt wtinsoa. Hedailuwl nintaolf ia fvor of I be Kh0Mt psoaoseJ by the Sk! vasts Amy bender, and declamd that lit Wan at bora of God, tlsul tnr IMMMitwlr funitnat. Uofc Cinig. a coki woeaaa. was la at Pugg Court this morniag cbarged H vaftatvey. Tie evMesen naod t bat ttw worn bad bowe and workl. luteccaaionaily goiaruak. Tswenarge I vigssney was dhmiliard. nattaa da Kednni was sand f-1 for disorderly coa iltxct. iU-raelej fat pose. Ibe jtooieglctl Gardes will thorny uiie a av ntquikUUm la tbe thape 1 f fccataVd taoscey itk as estraotdi- ! iy caudal apfttadsae. the Oka of j bee avr been teen here Tan I mck vat sent by J O. Kerbey. I I lOtaf StaUt CoMud at JVa, BrasU. aid i tauMd v the I pper Ajaas o. ifamaettiit. te VeJaeaVteeea. Uf. n. e 4. ynmttdiy os "Mudeta 6kp- 1 it to to the ataaalat made ueoa Chria- by Huete. Vuludte, Felae aad 'TptPtWIttW t'ktJle Fthj;, ('4dtia (fiahe, j be Ifrt.Vf aad Auguet Bettte atrtti u tgteJftnhawoee Stu4ay. aad owpfMaJhtm be diitife U tig hoiut a" nitV B(njtPBWtinmtw' WP InWmt p ttW Wnpb"nTPnipa T WjnH U4W MnltTfillnt TlwitWtr StPW nnmnniip. Mr. Vgn, JfanMtUtm ef the AjUngto Lfcimmttnlml -temmnml fthmt dnmttntctnmM UtJiU. 'witwnjmtminnF tmgmpnw mjnw nwnwf ---- W misylira d $ half. CiiUalie i itvk'u lecmd :i aUu.1 Uuruct. TTPvl IKMTW amSETZl ST. ANDREWS DAY FITTlKflLT OBSIRt IB Iil TKI IPTS COPAL CHURCiB OF TM flit. IntfrMltnr AHrtrr bjr n W'nll-Knftn-n Keetar tit New Ynrk Wlirtt tne Mrwthethwtwt Is I)Bln All Over the ttonntrj, S. Andrew's day wm ntllngly ob emd In this city yesterday, and lite tarte Mid appreciKtlre congregation which thronged St. Paul's Chnrch tm Twiniy third street last evening was a tnNtetatl testimony of the Interest which to felt In the work of th Brother iXJwl of St Am!re. Tna ervfcis were held under the jtspUei if ihe rora! chapter of the Bilherhootl, and Its members have evttt reason 10 feel (ratified over the swis which Is attending their effir'i to si urx an Intelligent nnderstamltn of tht 1 Inn and piirrwwa of their org tn la'. n Thetectorof St. Paul's Church retd the setvlces of the evening, aftnr which an adilress was delivered by the It iv lr. Garry, tector of St. Paul's Chattel, Trinity parish, Xew York. Dr. Garry Is a tall, well built gentle man, with dark hair and eyes and a pleasant attractive voice, which could be heard wlih gratifying distinctness throughout the church. His address was a most interesting one, and was confined exclusively to the objects of the Hrotherhood and the work done hv II. He spoke of the great pleasure ft a Horded him lo lie able to address the motherhood, and said that the feeling was Intensified by reason of his beltu under jversonal obligations to the order ard because lie believed In the work that the order was doing and was In tended to do. "It Is." said Dr. Garry, "spiritual work for men In the Church of God. work, n Held for which has not been great In the past, or, II It hut, men have not heretofore availed themselves of It to any great extent." lie tpoke of tho nohlo work that women were doing In the church la various fields, and said that it was time for the men to como to tho front, and said that the spit Ittint work which was now being done by the Hrotherhood or St Andrew was what made the order of such great value, nnd that no one who bad nttended tho convention which was held by the order In Philadelphia could doubt that tho men bad their whole heart In tho movement. He said that be knew that there were dlfllctiliics In the way which would have to be overcome, but that he fell Hire ti would go nliead nnd succeed. "What Is needed," said be, "Is ac live, progressive men; those who mean to wutk for the church with their whole Li art hihI soul." lit) rHikn of tho Inspiration of 1 1 31 rand of the cxnmple of Jesus ( 1 Hsi. and tnld that tho possibilities of In i llui lice whlchcoiild tie exnrted by 11 Kileiy-were unllmiieil. Tblt. bo i liilnid, was not nccauM It h ippened t lc (tiled Ibe Hrotherhood of St. At diew. but because It Is n body of ( In lMIn men. banded together In the deli ru Inallon to work for the glory of God tad ihe advancement of the Church. He said the order would bo Ibe means of bringing Into closer relu thins the tlcb and poor, which mut continue If the country Is to continue in a piospcrous condition. He alluded to the work of St. PauI'm Chapter In New York, and said that It was of the greatest assUtance to the minister, aiding dim materially In bis work lie dntlt at considerable length upon the need for young men among the wotktrs of ihe church, and spoke In terms of blehret undue of the mute rial ciiiipotlng the Hrotherhood of St. Andrew. Dr. Garry was heard throughout with the wettest attention, and the members of the order who heard him feel batter for having done to. tVonivn anil l'ulltloj. Ilev. Dr. Wigbtman, the pastor of Ml Vernon Place Church last nUUt preachett on "Woman's Work In the Missionary Field." He described many of Ibecuaiotttt prevalent in China and lulls, and touched upon the tendency of CbtUtUna lo undervalue the civil! tinn of those couutrbM. lie dViUred bU opwl'lcn to the entrance of women into niIUIc4 I'mtilhttlun hiiiI Vjwu Siiirr.Dci-, A ten.pt usee mat meeting, under Jbe auspices ot tbe W. 0. T. I'., was nhl tt tne Firat Congregational Church ttterday, and Mr, iieasie Starr Kvlfer of Toronto prenebed on tbe doctrine of prohibition and tbe aeceaelty of woman fctitfrage as means to that end. Dr. U Ftrn and Mr. Alfred Wood alo spoke. IVulDMlor ItMtllHta AlUWBl, Tbe WatbingtoD braneh of the Woieetbr I'oli Utbnle Institute hehl hiir itcotid Metal annual banquet at the liotfl Job neon on Saturday night The reU wetMiog will take ubiee early in tbe ktunMier. prwioue to the annual met 1 bag of the A tumid Awoeiatioii At Wbiettler. A CUo Kwuwu. The rxeeutive eotawlttee of tbe elses of 'W of the llib fecnool has decided tat hfchl the claw reunion at Shel ioe't Hall about the middle of Christmas week. It dnn users would esanm tat Mu numtum. Kngtae, uiseufiMttimxt by tk .anieririn Kiergiter Compmy, tbey eould tasUy tea the rati bnosoeementi thai have l made tlace tae dart uf Watt. Tai engiui tt caw ot the wonder of the age. It i want tbe Wait engine tfemiid hate baoa lan tad tears tgu to make It a complote success. uttGveateJ and built by B. C VU, a t-fclshratil wr hmlrnl rnKlnmt, t nVaiuiats', 1. C , .' which (lce tbe worst bftbU (treat oiatlaae are locaud, anl sUci tt can be mu iu utamtiua at its bctte TuU loniyuiy U uiaased by the StOSt kkllltj, tuuornLlc aul LiLluti like men ul lUu UUltUl. ttitlf tit uHrna U Hie V lrett uorthwtit. armuda Bottled. "J mwu ae to tWrmii la, U aw da uji i wilt net be rcSMhu ble lor the euaaeuucnee." Ti Itlnt. twetev, I emu tutlurd urllkrr this Usee cm- ibe oaiM;." " vll, U Utet te iaatttt-.n,te, tk-j SCOTT'S FrrWlSiON tfctHttttWntmltaitmnmt1 tV PURE NuRWCCIaN OOU iIVi?u OIL. lew w. c--t i cc.-tiXt nwt- (1:4, a ait untij i-a 1 Bfu'ALm.-, Cot?,' or St'.t'.'- 1 'uAt HUttt '.. ite u. :il : t- Jsv U (hl '.he ut j-. , -j. . eottunvriMbt U U u? ivuaerl.cv ti i.ut U- ubicb I' t .i. yt it flMT ulr t uv 'CtTT-)CtUMl-Liu '"' ' I MMMtMMte Ue iwm ttmnc vbk Tali wmr INFLDENCS OF TRIFLE One )! ef Win Cttanemt the Hid tty ef a ftrent NHtlnn. There Is certain amownt of a-nuse ffiftit and even Information to be gained In stieenlailng on what might have oc ciirrwi bnt for some mow ot less trifling clfewmstances, says a writer In "Lip pirrcott's Magarlno " "If the nose of Cleopatra had been shcrieT," sars Pascal, boldly, "the whttie fare of the earth wotild hare been different." "A common soldier," says Edmund Hnrke, "a child, a elrl at the door of an Inn. hare changed tbe face of fortune ami almost of nature." A glass of wine too much is said to bare tmm-d the course of French his totr. The son and heir of Louis Philippe alwars confined himself to a certain nnmber of glasses, because he knew that bey or d that number he wts lure to get (trunk. On a ctrlaln morning he forgot to count Ihe elatses ami drank one more than usual. Knlerlng his carrlare he stumbled; the frightened bores ran an ay. the young Prince leaped out of the carriage, struck his head against the pavement and was killed. That extra glass of wine overthrew the Orleans rule, confltcWed the pro perly of the family and sent them Into exile. Ulilnrno ttrntltmlft, Vms tht fMliftttphto prm. A late train from New York brought Into the liroad Street Station, Wednes day, Dr. George K IJrewer, who enme on to attend the llidnor hunt break- fast. Pome years ago, when Dr IJrewer was a hospital Mirgeon In Uoston, he was called to attend a Chinaman who haa been crushed almost to a Jelly by the wheels of n huge truck. The poor fel low was In great agony, and when taken to Ihe hospital he was given up as fatally iDjureu. nut wniio life remained, or course, tho surgeon worked and watched. For days the Chinaman hung over tho chasm of death, but at bt he com menced to gain, and little by little re covered. After several weeks ho was taken from the hospital by fi lends, and Dr. Drewor never expected to sec or hear of him ngaln. Hut six months later he re ceived a uuccrpircel, which was handed to him by tho Chinaman and three friends, who left It In the doctor's hands, nfter going through a lot of specchmuklng and katowlng. The young physician opened the parcel, anil within tho wrappings was found a banner of queer cardinal fabric. One side was covered with Chlneso words and on tho other was Dr. Drawer's name. Tbe recipient of this strange gift could not rind any one In Hoston to translate the ijueer characters, and finally bis father, then a member of Congress, tooktlielsnuertotheCUInie legation Iu Washington and 1ml a trmislnllnn rendered. Tills related the s'orv or the Chinaman's Injuries and told i'f Dr. Hrewcr's wonderful s'ull In IrtRllne the patient, saving his llf. The closing tentetice stated that nfter long ion dilation the Chtnamtn and his IrkiiiU had decided that young Dr. Hicwir's soul was that formerly lofteMcd by a famous doctor of the Ccltsilal Dniplre, who died. tome years Mure. "How lopg ago did this Chlneee doctor diet" "Well." the translator gravely re plied, "he's been dead about 1.0D0 j cats." lllvurally. FrtmlStek. "All men don't mink alike." Why. of courK' not: some 'guew.' others -reckon, and still others "fancy" " UUFFY'S PURE MISKEV FOR MED1CINALUSE NO FUSEL OIL A ture MIlHilluul, (irervrtlily whU he, U IU Ubi lemt'dr fur (Jausli. Culit, Chtll., Mulurlj, Ailhma, llruu i'lilll, lliu Drip 4a) I'-NKUMONl , or ull the nil-called uhlikvyasn lliu uiir kxl I)yH' U Hit) OM. t'tIKH HH IIIOI.NAI. OM-! It 1 J.NV.lLl .IIILCTII J1K.N attt a IIOO TO IVOHK.V, liutlut uhoh eniiivs IIu'O'h bwI take iutultiiar. It imiiIm ubtaluiMt ut Jfuic ktirrii. Seiui fdr uur tMMtk, TltK IIUI'I'V MALT tVIUHIUIV CO., ItuehtMler, N". Y. COMPANY'S .&L EXTRACT OF BEEF uttoKfatunxs ur tlavoit- U it M Bett Tea, K-jium, Saaea na.v)i Ata- or mmu jii j. One pouij of Kxtiuct ut (urty itaoaii, ot leo html. Mutt minti te toeisiiio ly wt,. tJbtMatJnee 1 1mm. Th r -1 tm 14ki. tt kbeito W.UJI wummmaezsmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm sold MMu,yum. im. V. UAliKit Jfc QOUIn nmuM ubjHtftfetM te1 MW 4 Uf WMMt. No Chem teals Met m ctVs Urt.jf(M 4 . m l- tu0 1 taW tt4 1,041 JhJ anlnift! ibtAJttV -Iwtbf In-ntVOtl Ut iic4iV w !Ul hy lejrotiejrm vfy vktr. 1s.MAL)l mm Lieblg 5$M xP tKL jj 'j wimi W. lAi CO . Baioktrnttv, Mtm BHOTnKns. 68 Warren "KISS HER QOICK, YOU G '" Ho it l'oll llrlprrt a ItiMhrnt t.over on Toward Itnpplneo, A t'lcn (A r ) UtKr in f LmiH Bluhi Dtmocrat. Sir. SI C. of this place, declares that he owes bis happiness to a pnrrot and this Is the wy hr explains !: "At the house where I was oaurting thrrewa a privileged parrot with a tillow bend and a wicked eye. One day 1 made up my mind to ask SIlss Nillle to be my wife. We were In a putty ltilte summer house ami IVrtly was pt-rrhed on a trellis near by. "Ala' when the time came my our sgcotreil out nt my ringer tips. At lM, just as I decided to put It oft", as I had d-cli!ed a hundred times before, tlist rairot paused In tils strutting, and. leaning over urged: "Kiss her! kiss her quick' you goose!" "Sly heatt stopprd beating, anil I scarcely dared steal n glance at Mls Nellie, hut when I did she was blush Ing so divinely, her lips were so tempt log, nnd, well, there was a look In hsr eyes that told me a delicious secret; so. with Midden courage. I leaned forward and wllh a 'Slav 1 Nell'1 followed Poll's sage advice. Yes, my wife's name Is Nellie." Neckwear, I'nderwear. IlnMerv, Shirt", Collsrs and CufTs, Oloves, Hsmlkerchlefi nf Shtrpemlers an Immense asoortment attlie American outfitters, II. Itoblnson t Co., WW 1'emisylvanla avenue northwest. W ir gallon, $1 perqusrt, flOc. a pint. The Great Manufacturers1 Sale of Tailor-Made Clothing Opened at 0 o'clook to-day, COIL OTII AMI K KVS. N. Vf. , tnilor niiilJina). and will rontlnuo until overr dollar's w)rth l fold, llcarlnmlnil-Klshty thrno tlioiminl dollars' worth or tha Hnest Cloihlnir ever made mmt ipoMtlretv be sold It will ptr you In rome a hundred mile to attend this womlerrul tacrlflce sale. 1 very Birrao t Kiinrantcul as rcpreenttil or money re funded, tion'twnlt. lomo ntoncc. .Mon'H Qnlltod Sutln lined Overo ), Xt.M Men's sll wool Illack UliOTlot Suits. 81 .75 Men's J-ur lloaer Ortrcoatd, SJ; reuUr prke 81S. Men's Fatcy Calmero Stilts, $1 87; worth Men's Fine Impoited Diagonal Suits, $ 2, retular prlee, 8u. Men's Ilnjal fatandnnl Kersey Ore:ooats, ; to; worth $W). arr'nllest Kngllsh Kersey, it i SO; tailor mtile; worth $-30. hbtiland and btoim Clttcrs, .; rega'nr price, S'S Men's Yullor-mado Casilmerc Suttr. Stt: 6 Mjie. worth $l. Sleii's Mellon tirerooats, 3J.7J; worth $1. J'tiyt' liven oats. M; regular prloe. 51 .. ll.ji" Chinchilla, !.;. regular irlo, 1JW. liiijr' MpIiod $s Tt; rt'gul.ir prlo-. te. Ihirs Fine Dtww Uverooat. SI SB; wtrlli I . ft 1 hlldren'i Dvtreoatf, M crnls; worth J) V hild-en'i Eitra Long Cnxn, Jl.W; w.irfi t'h'Ulren's Bxtra Hae Orereoats, H: wurlli Mdi'a I'antn. 9J rents; regular prloe, 11.75. Mth'rn' Sl.tB; reatilar n'loe ti .Miti' Fine Dre l-antit, tl 78; worth tt 90. Met Extra Flue Cants $.' 51; worth a 1,W0 twlr Children's Knee I'ant. ti eeats. Ibl entire it.uk ailing for one third value. Don't stay away for fear of not t tloittbe bargalnt, hut onme prepared ti bU) and tr convinced that what vre adror tlm are fast teyond dlsputn K.ioli aal every ntllel old if olwly at udvertlted and at inire immwl. Corner 9th and K ttt.. In thelara tbrej torj brloK building. FRIEDLANDER. $1.98 That ia tbe Mtee wabateplaetdon I a4fea' Pine thwaota Hattoa Soots la fifiu- dtgenrat Mybm, narrow, madluai tb4 btettd te. $1.98 tlMtbtke price we bavepUeedon H' Froasiti al Hat ton kIumm, tlirtl. Wneall trMn iwr Kaarlta kbtem, awt tkey are tbe bt you nay. $1.98 That b tbe nrlee we have piad on I'UfrM' Floe Duuoht btwtg Uel Bat tiB Smm. bum by vt'llltataH Jt llnjtt, ) oebtr. Fuunt in Ikw utsd for the tliee. $1.98 Is tbe nthta we have ytaead en Fiae Band tet ViMieh ouanuU, umm Wt 1 nnntaw Low att(Hw, wlU fre-wk or lo ImmL ThaMiaM Cm CL44U tuii aiiftnA for w tae. 50 DOZEN fhtWMMSi Kaek ali bulbr, wotd MtMM bale; wbttn, Cf(, a; la Ihm hst. tlxw 1. to a. 38 CENTS. Oar Stat BepartBMiit 1 1 Utaa nt un till tour, iraUety. The Combination, ttfe, lJMant UM F8HUMT. Ccrcar um a. w KAUFMAN & SICKLE, BERKELEY PURE Rye UClhisky. .JAMES THARP, lutiqi tup MtLfflflriL 418MUtT-4-UW, M0 .C WnhaAW Law HaiUtaa. ,B f ouMNtonr wvaum, ATCOM9fA1-Lt.y. fnffitm ! the Ujnttt l tte Snttdu and at frit' ttnr-u C fm4Ti.m0uaua ftULUfU, IACUMX MuKIHlIKr. AlUirciMji W Lav bU. SS5&&mXCl KrcfcJS SUNew"! PKBSTj MIIAVAUKBK BKBR. BEST On aeeennt of rarity. Aire and Strength. 7vmDB From the Choteest Matt ami Heps. Especially Good FOR FAMILY USE neeeflctat for Weak ami DeMIHated It iRvhrerates and rro motes d'gestkm, giv ing a not mat tone to the stomaea aad thereby InereaMnfi tho appetite. WASHINGTON DHANCn, 703-705 hrih Capital SI, Tcleplionc 273. R. S.WIDDICOMBE Manager. QranJ, Upright and Square PLA3TO- FORTES. Spoclal attention of purchasers It Invited to our "NKW AUTrSTIOSTTr.E3 ,' Finished In Digitus of "lliaUBST IJECXJKATIVB AHT." 1'tANOS TOll ItENT Scooml-hand Pianos at All Trlees. A7M.KNA.BF3& CO., 817 Market Space. Messrs. Lee & Shepard Announce the Publication ot a Library to be Called GOOD COMPANY -a SERIES, . This series will be issued in monthly parts and will consist or choice works by some of tte "Dest American ard Foreign Authors, upon various subjects, including Fiction, Biography, History, Essays, &c. The initial volume of the series Is now ready. M hvki W Be Cwiplele k Ktelf. No, 1 The Blind Men and Hie De.il, MHMXAS. 1 ha mtowtilnf No, 2--!n Tnislj or, Dr, Ber Irand's Household, y AMAKtiA M. BMHUki. h 3 Tcre Mtilw Dillars, SiBf,l NumbfK, 50 , f tt t UMkfenWint Ml ttttntet Qi inM. npnjnjjis? r wtmis n npnp tssr vwnpnnnnsnntsn; swwn stni LEE & SHEPARD, PUBLISHERS, BOS TOW. Great NOW GOING ON. $90,000 WORTH OF fine Custom-Made On rcnslri '.' Tinm n Inrcc inniinrnrlurcr, who Is oicrslnrko-l unit In iireit of Pfices are One-Half of Actual Wholesale Cost, Stttylesof Men's Felts, fS; actual vatne. Stt. 90 M lrs of Men's Stillj.Se. tooludlnt; Cheviots, Catslnnjws Hml Worsteds: worth Si. SH will tmy ehofce of 70 styles Men's Stilt', Oorkserew. Clwv lets awl Fner Worsteds; artnsl value, JW. Kksmnt IiTess Stilts, Oataiva; or Trlnee Albert. Slst actual va'ee, fnt. tn Men's Overcoats (Beavers an-t Kf rr), $&: Actual vala,tl I. W Dress Overcoat, all w (Heats. i; actual value, tl. 880 Overeoats, all shade., (ll; nctnsl value, ftl Itleaant Fhr Heavers. Kerys, Montasnar., hlrslans, &o , Stilt ens torn tailors oharce M0 Bwr garment muranteeJ as repre seBteUormoaey refnmled by the , 2sT33"W YORK E-PHCE CLOTHING HOUSE, 3nHITB BUILDING, 311 Seventh St. N. W. CONSIGNMENT SALE. Gas Stoves 1 Heating Bath Rooms, Bed Rooms, Halls, Libraries, &c. AtSO 8TOVKS roil Hatters, WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 411-4-13 Tenth THE MOMENTUM ENGINE, MANUrACTt'RED 11Y T1IK AMERICAN tNERGIZEI. MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Limited Mlli F Slicct X. W.. Wnnlifngtou. I). C. Works at Benning's, D. C. TUB SAME IIOHSE-rOWEH FOK OXK-TKfTn OF TIIS COAL. Ettlraalas f uraltaed for tbls Baelae or MosMtam RnsreiMr, irlttrebr parties eaa UMjBlwjtriolty for Litihtiue I'uriiosw, unloic ttielr prrssmt IxHIw aaueaatae. uwtlDir tte lltit iott Beraly tbe prka of (ultlnc la tbe Bartr aad UycwoMM, wltboet ulBKHt caore lusl, anU glrlee lncraMd rults la boiM-povrer.fer tn tttam oraiwraltd. Infringers Will Be Prosecuted. jfffiflnftSf ' lTHROW AND BgHArAiEDl YOU CAH'r &k JSJh& - hurt ill That trunk hCahe nwM KhcessiTs , BUT YOUR TMHKS AHD IAEIBSS KFEESSI'S, 4 Beesth St. N W., eit to OiM -Fellows' Hall UUTJSl.ll AMV UKUTJ. UXANTH. NEW YORK BUFFET, tt TBMTB STMSST N. W. He ud fawtt Tibpatt to tba atty. la- jauw K. QO0PBLLO, PsaMntjir rrmx WAtHtUitYfQK. B. 0. Araayand Navy HtadquarUra. BawritMt Haa BaiM, TWtMS-tl at $4 r Mr. riws vmmnmu, I s, a. tw N H.M.W WttXUUW MWL gaiMflwlT flufi-HAfUB. Q,ixxm" KIW UWPff 4M t4. AVI. 3VL P. SILT1 Imparting Tailor, 8tJtM4 Vtoatw wioAtjtkMt txv Th U Lka VlnsmL Una ot WouloUi Xvar u. uci am Consignment Sale Clothin Itently Cnsli. Tailors, Confectioners, Tinners, &c Street N. W. -AT- WXCBtUML rMtuw. IMll t , QOLDMXU1LI. DffIjO'iy'JR Aatt xwtU aiwajwb&rw ttwutlral Uwtd, MM. M. 6ALT Jfc CO. A TONIO. Ho sford's Add Phosphate. 4 pott imrelltat and tgrtmtja tonic v. 1 WtBttiiar- laurtab.i u4 tt)catM tbe tlaa4 twatTi tMt bwLf . tttMlttttMNtail e&4riry tta4 vttaAUv Had tvUatttt ta AtMSAutiii !,. citvMt Vmtn at Y., mi "Ift tuM ifwKo4 of xmfti vltt lut iu tuuiu MJtA ruTtvtfTtnif lllMfliTi " PWt m& avvfQtwtPVW lit 4' M, iHifiTifto. JfA ttattifftofo Vc "Ssaft Bttu toabs I sitW tUttd. q kmy iu C-aWuml-Bk imm tto word. "Hurafor la prifliiht tu tbtt labo Ail 04bdrt rd tiuiu. Mas oi Md la built Si's -! vWlH ceres MP g L jfnVn ,1 AII KtlAIIS. The Grai PfennsylvaniaRouto To the North, West and Southwest. .JSPlS.'' SplewtM Swurery. stem Mi. Magnificent Manlrxnent. 1 Trrrrt Korcaaart SS, tsno. "1,rJS Jtave Wthfrnton, from station, eor wsr or si th ana B streets, ai follow- Prrrswnso ay! the West. chtoM Ltm ?.?.1S,'T ?.f ra"tn Vertllmle Oars fi JS.-21 ra ?lw : trt lrfM- W-"" dallv tCMeajr. tylarabm and St. Lonts, with SSJw tr Hatrishtmr to ritrsbnrK and ( cars from Mttttir(t ro Indtan aSfcjl PltUbai to rnlnmrms"; AltoSSrio SlSE' LJim"i v.$,el"E Chjclnrmtt Express, s W p m dally, rarlor Oar Wash JPKtf n to fiarrtsborir, and Meeptn Cars ntirlsbnrit to t Loals, Chfeao and C!n cftmatl. atjtt Dlnlna Car narrtstmrVr to St. LohK (htrsiro ami nnolnnatl. Western KxpreM at 7. p m da'ly, with Sleeplnir Cars W ahl tn to c hKaao and 8t IjntJ. ronnectlne dailr at ilarrl-banc with tbroogh Sleepers for tontvl,l and Mum phis rnllmsn Dlnlnir Car ntfsbnr to Ittrhmoml and i hlcasn Pacific Rxptw. 10 op p m dsllr. t Plttsbnnr and the feit, Willi thrnpirfi Seeper to nttsbnrir and Ilttshnrf to I Mcairii CAI.T1MOKK An IMTOMVf RAILROAD. I oa KA!r,rarandaln.. Hoohtwter aid Nl- aara Palls .islly, ejeept Snndsy. a to a m. Pea fijriE, ranandatana and Porhostrr dally; L',iii?J'S,"'", 'Iff" dr. eoept 8al- F3tiY'yLl"re,!T:.Roon"ter and Wlaim Rills, r tn p m dally, eti ept Satnrtay, with Pleptn Car W asblnclnn to Roohoiter " ."'ifsrmw. Rennroand Bltnlra. at l.Wa m dally, except 8nnday. fWiLturoRT dally, S so pm. Prm rntLAnRtrniA, Jtew rork and the Bait, T.W.9.(0 tiro and 11 40 a w, 9.10,l.n. 4 , 5 40, li.fD and tl SA p m. On Snnday, 9.00. 11 - a jn, to. S is. 4 SB.roooand ilVipm. 'ftS'Ti f r of rnllmsn Parlor IMn, with IHnlric Car Italtlmoro to Newrork! S.4A a m dally, except 9noday. r?-iiSTVo.,'Sf"lIv,.T,!.m,,wl sprss with IHnliia Car, S W p m tUlly Ton iHiipttmiA only, Fat Kxptws 8.10 amwrekdajsand 4 p mdally. Express, Snndsy only 8 40 p m. ' FonltiwTtm wltbont chstice, 8.10 am week days trt 3.15 p m nvery day, Fon IiRooKLTn, tJ, Y all through trains con nect at .'ersey City with twu of nrooklyn Annex slfimlltir direct tranjferto Kullon street, avoiding double ferrlane across New nrk city, Foa Atj AijiicCitv. 11. W a m week-dayi, tt.W . 111 I'miv. Poa llALTlMonc.OSS, 7.30.8 10.0 OP.B.tD. ion). 10 to. 11 00 and II 40 a m. Ii05.s.ld, 3 14, 3.90. 4 CO. 4.S0, 4.30, 5 H, 5 40. 0 00, 7 40, 10 00 nmf 1116pm. on Sunday 9 00. 90s, loan, tt.to 2 W. 10. S 15. 90. 4 HO, 4 JW, i.00, 5.49, 8 00, 7 40. 10.00 and lLSfipm. Fon Punt's Cnnrx Ltt:K,730am and 1.30 n m daily, except Minday. Fun AKKArons.7 30 and 0 00 am, 19.05 and I TO ti in dally, except Sunday. Sundays B 00 am and I) p m. WASHINGTON BOOTHEliX ItAHAVAY In ErrecT NoTn.MBjn M, 1W), Fon Alfaanuhla, 4 91, 0 38. 7.U. 8 40. 9.4V I0.!Rl1,1'-,,noon':-oss;wi-,i5 SJ.8.01, 2.i'l0.,.S.,",.1n-s9v,mOn8,"",rat4.., 7 15, B.4S, 10.17 a m, .30, 0 01, 8 W and 10.08 pm. AtrnMMonATinN for (usntlco, 7.15 a m and 4.S6P m weekdays. 7 45 a m Sundays, Fon HiciiMohp end tho tfoulh, 4 30 and 10.97 am dally. Accommodation I J p m wi-ekdAys. ' T5AiI,i.lenT2."'",ar"1rla ' Waililneton. 8 OS, 7 19.8.00.9.10,10 IS, II 07. am: 1.).3 0o! 5LSO.S.10. O.Of.7.iS,B',lo.SOand 11 01pm. On rundnv at 9 10 and tl.07 a m; 2.00,5.10. 7 0S.7W.9inndlO.V)pm ' Tickets and Inrormatlnu at the offlce, north east corner of 1 hlrtci lit h street and t'ennsyl anla avestio. smt at tho station, whero orders can be loft for tho chcoklna of bu (joec to destlna Ion from hotels and rest detic. ciiAH. k. rtrnii, J. u. WOOD. Ueneral Manager. Gen Pass. Agent. ilniliiunri'iX.- Oliio Itnilroml. Solirdtile In effeet November 16. IW Leave Walitntoa from station eorner ot New Jersey avtnne and C street. For Cmkaou and Notthweat. Yettlhuleil Urnllwl extireM dally It 31 a m. exirei 8 30 i m. 1'oh lMiNNAii. St Louis and lodlanapo l. expreM Unliy. 3 l and 11 an p m. Foa l'insai ro and t'lei eland, express dally, bjMlata and N St. n in. Fim 1 KxiNiiToM and olnt In the bhenaioali Valley, tic 40 ,1111. Fob Wikc hkhtik and way stations, 3.S0 p m. FiirI.i-hat, KWpm. Fon IUi.tix'ihk, weok days. 4 OS, sno, e. 7 so. 7 tn. (K 00 15 minutes) h.j 0 35, 1 1.0 ), (I fC tvn.lriutrm m. u 10, ts, 50,(1 is, 45 minute. , 1 ts, 4 , 4 t), is 0,1. 45 minute)! 5 US. 8.30. 8 Ml, 8 15, B,). 7 IS 7 1 1. 9 01, li II and 11 to it in buhdty. I OS. 7.W, 7 SO. s 1 1, 9 a am. (Is no. 45 minute). 100, ttl i.), 3AS 4 30 it CO. 45 minute), 3.06, 8 0). 0 IV 8.W. 7J. .iO rt l,ll 3U p m. FokWai station l-tv.en Washington and llaltlmore..W SS Mt am l.'.!0,S.J 13). 5.S- i : 8!T ?a iWS'' 8- a ra-1M' Tmain ibavk aalUnxra for Washington week day. 3.00, .), a.39. 7-13. 7.l, H.0. s.to.i'.iA, Mil, W.MI, kasH m; ritw.iiio. .,.. .V, 1.15, B.MI, .),II,)17 05, 7.30. 7.4P, HJti, 9 C3. lt.U', 10,l.ind 11.00 pm Sun da) S.D0. 7.IS. M.t0, 8.S, 9 39. 10.S0, 10 TS a ! WOO. 1A5, t.W.tJK, 1.15, SJI0, S.W, 7.00. T.3B,7.W.8J,lP.lii,I0OLdHJOp. ra fi'K AKMArous, SJ) and 831 a m, U.10 aad -I.3S p . guadays. njo tt m, -jj, m LeaveABuapolU ijA, 8 ST a m, I tus, 3,50 o w. t-uudHjs, 8.38 a n. 3 ss p ra. Fob StATiok ua IIm Stetrnpullttn Rrancb, ttUKL i su 4 w. tl IS p m. r"ir prlnolpil itatU-iu only, titi a m. tl.30 aad ti.so u HI Fob OAiTuaacai aa aid latrnedl tta polats, 198. iiWlo, a ., tHOO tl.,tljll, ., 1 iv , . 1 a.. i m. Fun tlovo' and lataratadlata stations :. 00 p m. Cut m n traih lave Washlaaton on Saadiy at 1.13 p bi .skhIbk at ull stations oo Jtelr rolli an Unta fa. ll.lt, t3 tlJOpia. Fok H6BFott h. tW M a m and ts 50 p ai. Tbau auive froaa CUeatfo dally 11 SO am and 1 tt u m; f run 1ueiuntl aod M. IjhiU dally 3 Hi m and . p m; from PttUbuu 7 10 a iu. 6 su p m Oallv. l:OYAC LUK I.IMB POH NKW YOltK AND l'l.ILADsil.rUtA. I-uB Xiw Yubk, 'l-ntntua aud tha Bast. IJ. is iw, I6.00, uao m. to. s.ot an 1 'WW p m. tn-fft-t Parlor Car ou all day triln 81eplB4f Car ua tba W.80 p in, oceu at 9.00 pw Fua BtevoB, .t p m with Pullm as Wiiirt Klwuabut vr ruaaitw Ibroutrh to Bo.Uw w.tltMit abaaija, via Puiubkec pat HrtJtf. lndtK pattsuww hi B. iB St. atatloa at Ikxtoa. Fum PHii-iiMM.raiA, 1AL ttja) 9.00, i.0d uoui. '4.W, & CO. . sad UM u as. Fob Vt alb, 11., WUsdiwIOB aad 1 better. IJt. UJUO a is, W M boob, U W, 'S.'rt. .! 5. and ,ii:'0im. Liasllad lexpruaa t'upaiaj; ut WHaslsuctuti. oaly M.t a su Fut. inuiiKuiATB polu' balwaea Biltl- Htxti and lblbulvlpUa tiJUaod ir.tOatB, ts 1. i t p a. Thais laa Haw York for Washington, 9 u. til W a w. 'SCO. l m. S.09 p w and IS IS ulfbl. Tbaik Uav tHIU4lpUa ttt Wa,Ulnl.u, !. S. ttS a Bt. tt W. "1 il, 8 05, 75Sp o Fib Atltu CiTT.4t ajwi M.OO aa,UU uuub iuMlar, 4 0 a BV. li.00 ttiu t-Bsvept itaadsy Isai'y iua,lf only. lairtM calU J lor utd etwekad I run bote' sad iahlwi by I'utua Traj(er Co. on u. Ivra laft at ttvkac ut&osn, ti aad 1131 Pa. av. and at duut. J T.UIUU. CU S. O. SCULL, lii'o Maaaaer ucn Pa-a tx't JOHN P. AGNEW&GO Wbnlwnla aad Haul! Waalara la fohwk aid life's Creek CwJ, OrHCB; H.1I Pa ui (Uxcoran BaU4iar. TABU; Cor. B tt. mid 1W. av. TBJJWSOMB.- OUkM. SIM; Yard. 97. aWJUOAL. YOU WEAK JVSAN! AwiiYii. ti ia lability, Atrvuby Upmiul, tfli H W LtlOitUJj LlU 11 -m Lh JU lUDki- 1 i Mtiua U 1 lI'lM 4I! J W ct. ft., f jr u, ai or tiuitt. Ms Ui m1 4ur ais9M, W ' i " yuoatlu uf uamM.i BMfK NLaU 4.1. ft-. SuJfola. N V m QAW'TKOOK HEALTH! x prascruf ua tauy docw. 1 1 M M oh asciiat. lot lb la&ais cast ultMa U.U niHlUIV V AUiaUrtXui & Jt W bar j. 1. J Hi U 'M ix.au cai4 auJ. 1. jiAb IVU I.L bOal, wl MkUI- 1 J. uVi Hi la - Mu SI. 00. t..akJ jji-ixlai tMOlt, I I 1 XLi K truLe L '-Uj U L. I h I UttlCWCSTCB E EMOLIS. KHMntYaVL PUIS l(m C V nUuj.ma UrttutX w r4 &444- i m 1 . ti u iitiau Ttaifcc ItoxUst r lis. it br it 1 o u , ! "K.il, f t.,r tm- -4 4Um - ' Wtit - .r .Bt,.ii. IvtBlCt. Y.mliii.n w f,U- 01 to t cars, v BBframiiMMl a t7J BM amaHrtmr. 9 V4 1 erks lkE-j Chiul St. ML Cuu i-ai.iJMiBsf, I 'Jfc. OSJa'jym I I mmf0ri iCftlt' LV1 1 ti u y "x. to)