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THE DAILY ( KITH U IIDAT EVENING, DECEMBER (?, 1800.
t- r Tim Daily Critic OITT MrBVlA.K.1. t Pan rnttmtm Fv Tortt Cash "ABnOtt.T t' " 1tf rnf sailer 8 ptejrs, j ? j WatoMpBt nftrwntsil On.. UnVW&rVs jfim ll tWHal. Jphwa TikvaaHSk llW ptuflNWSt l.3StBtlVWSfK fnSat) ftrtTalty 'MPftl BtaSOaird WS)81wIMt wrtnn,MiJhnt returned from tno sttst- mni t isflta an Immenm nigpty of tl ihvt 4 trtWSjaaeptBsT awods. cur pets, stovbs. t. at. Tm em rarntsn ymtr noisie f torn ' o MMtet, at tms stora. with cash pY1 -. em Ac mstatlnMnt plaa. 8WHI MS TIRMT WtTN A RAtOft. H vtl tM Itfe-a Hit llml Itmn titv a Ilrtna Bti- a bartender refused to sell Mw a i!ttk, Jofcn l'lirrcll, art inmate pf ! HoMtatV Homr. attempted nl e) )tt fttghl near the corner of S ortli Cspttol atM II atret by cut lint lira Ihftfei. YrsteTttar rnoralnf I'urcell re etvt hU fwmslori money, and In torn pwj with a nnmber of his comrades fMMced to drink heavlh lit o'clock lat night He hud sue rrctfed In getting thoroughly welt In Icxrcaterl, so tench so that "when he mlrrtd a saloon on Notth Capitol street etl aekcrl for a drink It was refuted Mm. He left the saloon, and walking; to a gm lmp nrnir H s'reet. delllwrately hwii a rarnr from Ids pocket And cut iin nily taeh In his throat Officers Pnllivatt and Hrennan found the hmh upon the sldowalk In an tin cowetaM condition am! lying In a wol of Mtaal. He waa taken to the Kroer ency Hffstrltal and treated by Dr Hill, lite won mis are t.ot considered fatal POLICEMAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT. Hip liildenca I'rnvnt It In lie if list I. Huhle Hint tliit Cn Wa llnllid. Offlcrr Kcefe of tbc Thin! I'reclnct In the dock In Police Court to day charged with baring- assaulted John Iltltt, a colored man. Last Wednesday nlbt Ulllcer Ketfe went to llrlU's liniNe to arrest James Mcintosh on a warrant charging him with petty laneny. lirltt testified that he was try Ikk to point nut the room upstairs In width Mcintosh was sleeping. he Mas doing MjOlllcer Keefe knockwl him down wllh tils billy. The olllcer said he had just started tip the tM, with n lump In one hand ami lik club In the other, when llritl grabbed him by the collar and pulled htm luck. As le did so be struck lirltt. Oltloer Kit fa's partner told the same story, and Judge Miliar dismissed the olllcer. Cur tin) Itiilrlirr Knlfo Htiil llrlrk. Ult ttlshl ()lllcr Dean and Hide lolked a colored man acting; suspl cirusly at the corner of Fourth and l Mtci'U. A Uy told them the man bait lata standing there for an hour watch llg for wimb woman. The olnccts airifiirl him ami found be had a big butt Iter knife in one pocket ami a brick In tie other The olflcers booked him nt He fVtood precinct tinder the name (tf George Thomas ami In Police Court to day be was charged with carrying coneealtd wenpom. "The night doctors cb til me on TkutMlay nlgbl," said the prisoner to the Jmlge. "and I put the knife ami bikk In my pocket to protect myself W nleht." The tnUoner salil hl ilitht name was Frank Klnjr. ami his wlfu's name .Airv JeU, ami that they lived happily t s iber. Judge Miller conclmled tht the man wm not perfectly rational, ami (onllbutd the cac until .Monday so that ndtfitMwii witneste oottht be sum- JUOIKd. Try Berkeley. Lrclutr uh Acrhwuluujr. "The Mawufacluie and I aeof I'rlml live StAfie IwpkwcnU" waa the subject of the lecture d.lhtred by Chev.dler lmer It. lUyii.,bU. the well known aiehMttogM. at the laiholic I'niveralty yestetday afternoon. He described the ItflncinNi iiwrrk In the Lulled Stales wbire lb mamtlul for the iiuplemenU vas towiwl and txplalae! the Methods of HWBUfactutie the paleolithic ami iieoiltUe type of -iteasils. His re marks were Uluttnad by weans of an InUtneUng onlkM'ttoa of arcUw loglel fcffti)CM from rarious umiU of the cetNttry. On next Friday afternoon Dr ternU will Ulure on the subject of -TW shell HUMMda of the Cboptank Iffeer. Maryland ." Herkel is pure. Mr. 31m. nt H'mIvj- UluK Th Hon. Ktljah A. Harm, Mens her of ( oneies frusn MaMSa-htMHta, will give -i ieiie.itn address at WeaWy Caanet, cosMtr of Fifth ami street northwest. lMtriw night U TMt. TUU church hej OMki'akest susntthlag new, vu : a mHm si huoday oiiht reUgbiu ad Auwm hy BfosNlterBt laymen Voung Mseai esfacWIy vitl he atiracted by tsMkse miyIm Hf Mae' subject U "The Kings Hifcay." Weaiey Cswmti is in of thcuideat fie sealed chute he ts Uy tijr. The paetm u Bee ChvW Dcrketey fmn rye wbtsfcy. 'VtMsk" JfeLMsghlte. who b sup uateel h ke hsa iaaplicaied in that Ue4h Jeeiry tokbety with "Host" htMsM e4 othrs, seaehed Vrathington hMf asght la the eustuly of Pmuadei hMb oMessU He was turaed over to IteHMy Lasted asates Mannai SveiM . wise swok hies to the District jQ fswiasri. fiseaaaa. ill waive eMasiaa Ucw tut sffearaa hafuee the grand falaV 4inrfVtfl i KsttaVaftsftft' &Ht$9M)$ toJgiiUgM Ittlatt rlllsaflay &0 lisatt MatAiaVsUsVl wpswwjaa' ejpipBBF ' 'n qawsr npapeanaaaisp aMpav Asspswii east taai eeeMMg tse hank waa esseaadl idtHitiat to MMifrMrasfaaB lsV aeftpsgfMa laclttdMl a wwwhaf asaT Haeinftry "r wol wy daacw aa4 trtlafchsttar Mceivd Ubleau. Th , "faaaivaj wtli euaie to a ffen tMt &mmq Wisea aa aUact e prugnaiiise ' F"aw WP lhP'WTfcpBg'a' w lPw "Pp a) ) "" - - --S- JfMga eaaMsaaaVaBaMaVi saaVaTaVMsan. fcacaaNaaaeat Mo. U, Ualua Vasaaaa eapwiweBBPwaasi r " saswe w eaaawawawg f iaTaWat fttt lltaTaaali tkfe iaUI njadA ewsjjswwwgj "wa ws's'sj f " awBBWgaBHwaaBjw emu u he hew u nturtoar eJtgraafia B Pawl's F t Uuicfc Tweaty Owet aad WhUw CM. lafjaet IU a.ui.l at Ulr kit Nm haab usatlaae elstaVea teeaV 1 .,.. l. bWL aufecu Um. au, i ,.l luC, t al " 1.t 1 ttW i cm teaMb (or liiLti. l.ut, j ,. 0'KtZlr A BALL HUB. vtaMntia witt k wtnwwtew m h amshm Aeafnai. A nwnlnr f r rcTfMil fenHettrsn who art intewatttl In bene ball rwet In parlor W at TTlllard a Hotel !a fiifthl wltn ltw pt!T,-rte of dfwtwsing the orgtilitl"n of a baae bait cbtb new. A ttrfPipnrary organfwitlon eras effected and Mr Robert M. Harris Waa celleTl o ro prwrMe. He afd that the object of ihja rneeliag waa nnderstotxf by inry ot present to be the formation of a me ball cltib to operate het t ywtt and w-baeouent awnona Waah thttoB la now a better field for a base ball etiterTrle than It waa ever before, the rlnb that nil! be orgrardwd lll hate no oppoMtbn in thl city and will be a club fot WaahlBjrtoB to be proud of. "Onr entry into the American Aw tlatfon l nwwt opportune." he said The basctiall ttifrtrnltle bare been stttkd and laeball Is now sure to go to the front. TTe haee anurftted with aa in this matter gentlemen of the higbist integrity and whote co open tlon Iranret aucce. Already twenty five of the fortr sharw of stock h'irf been subscribed, and but one share r in be taken by any one man. The qm tlon of grounds Is one of grant import ance to the new club, and the sire at Erklngton which we hare In lew has many ad vantages " IH-. C. M. II Harris waa elected tem porart iteasureT, and Thomas H. Kalbfna Umpory sreretary. The net meeting will be held on FiMay ntrt In moms 12 ami 13, Kellogg Ibiltdlng, when the organisation wlfl be compleled and additional subscrip tions to the stock received Among those present at lnat night's meeting were Messrs. M It. Scanlon, IUnry llcnnett, Justin McCarthy, 1V1 wln Sothi rlnmi. John J. Hogan, ?amnel Trolt, H. M Drinkant ami 0. A. Hones. Ax LABORER FATALLY INJURED. llr H I'lllnnillne l.tiititipr unit Sllpi'Ml Knil rrll. Almnt 2 o'clock j'cstenlay afternoon William H. Harnver, a young man 20 viars of age, who is employed as a laborer In the Baltimore and Potomac freight yard, sustained Injuries that may tetminnte intaiiy. lie was engaged in unloading n lumber car when be slipped and felt ncrosa the adjoining h1c-track. He was butt Internally and otherwise btulsed. Dr Hoarman was suinmoned to ntleml him. after which he was ru mined to his home, So. 117 G street southeast. Ulllcer fur 1 801. A number or the Grand Army posts met last evening and elected olllcers to une during ISOt. The organUatlons and the officers elected are: General .lull n A. Logan Cams, No. 2, Sons of Veteran Captain, Ohartts T. Conrad ur tli licit i. flrt lieutenant. Prank M. Pklnnct. camp council. M. A. Skinner, K. A Pi.yand.l. M. Clark, delegate to ilivUloti ii campment. W. P. Wilcox, altrrfiati, James W. I.ovelesa. Jli'tml Horeb It. A. Chapter. No 7 Hidiitl L. Kiieilt. M. H. II P : Aaron II. Hell, K. IC, and Deloa T. ilorlng, H. S. Peat No. B, 0 A. It Commander A It. Van Deusen, S. V. Commander. II. 31. llcnnett, J. V. Commander W. X. Thomas; aurgeon, W. W. Granger; (iiiatturmasler, I, II. Parker. U. D , P. I. JlcKenna () G., H. It Ilrounner; delegate, J. It. Itundolph. W. II. Got wald. II. A. Myers, A. G. llrust and Joseph Daniel alternates, P. M. OTIiyoa.C. L Grllthi.Alden llr.lfonl. J H. Carrand T K. Johnson. IllnlioniMit Sum iint rrtril Last Wednestlay Sarah Dlokt-ou, a Mir ant In the employ of Mri. An tolnrtle Pctlee, at No 1 imt I, street northwest, stole f IS la cash and a $15 cluck from a bureau drawer In the bouse. She left the house and since that time abe has evaded arrest, al (bough the officer have watched her old haunts closely Last nlgb.t Detective iirauioru lotinu nrr apemiiHg tne stolen money with fileotU In "Tlie Camp." She ml ml la liming stolen It, ami says i bat she destroyed the check She waa to da. committed to Jill, ami will hare a heating next Tuesday. nt I.onc at Liberty Mkhael ivavanaugh waa released from the workhouse yesterday and be and George Salisbury spent the after noon In tatting the aloo south of the Avenue I.aat night Orttcer Kllis saw thetn drive a borae ami buggy awav f row the Poet Uulldiag. corner of Tenth aid D streets He look them In m tody near Thirteenth street, and ia the Police Court to day thev were charged whh being vagrants. Iltb were eom wilted to the farm for sixty days each. I'tovWjd Willi Hotter Meeiilug I'lase. This WKwalag Misnle Judaoa was found steeping under a bush oa the Mall and placed under arrest on a charge of vagraeey !he toil the Judge that she aUuled out for her $ r vke pUee early, aad whUe paaalag tbiough the Mail ake epeftoaced a faiaUaf: soeil As she had Ueea to ttte farHi hefoie the Court placed but little auaaoVafe ia her Uury aad seat her ka agalB- ltufcttl While tb l'4wll) Vj Abivat. Jawb iHlle. who lives at No. U Vbftiaia avenue, look his family to th tiktalM hstt aight. Uavlag the house neMTiinana? Whea they returaed, about 11 o'clock, they found that aoase oa had raasarkad the bouse, aad that Shad bawa Unlea front tat bureau wee hi oa of Uui bmitoouss. Mr Millet repotted ass loas to Use pottce it it taotjgat tae taefl was coasnrttled by um oae f aadliax wWb Una house. -- Ur. aaasiialm' !., 'The Life aad Work of Savaarute" was tae nut.jtct rtixusaeil by Dr. F. W. Guasaulua latt ntejht at tae Wwl Cosv UMaatoaai Churdh. The ceiebtalod Italia ariext aad mlaetoeiiy, aaaaU. Wai BHataaHc peeaoaattiy aad aalf iarriat-Ug charaewt. H reviewed th 90Ua deed that started hit Hit, aad the ioadHtioi of seUfJoa t the date Savaaaiok t-owaiem-ed Ma labota. A asehai service will be gtvea hj- the r'ifteeaih Kueat Pteabyterian Chutt-a Tewperaaie Cowaiaataa to-aaonow fteteKKW- 4 taoat eiea aiusk-ai ItaMMVeUanVaUat kU lhjklgB llaUMgtUiagl il aL K aynwwwast awweF waea wsiswgBBWjaBga 'Pi saw M. VMOataaaamal fa ffcMrialli Off HA t " Tte psarsejaweaaw' anr weawjr aaiuaw haviag the watte ia chat?. 1 he Patatani' 4ataahcg awU a niiiet bss last ahtht. whaa thaw eascueaad she aw ww7 wwjp1!" weaseea "aafjar ewsaejsBjBjaaBfsws MsaaF u4 bk:k U im 1m mm attaVtaaatlBBt. M tmak BO If aaVaB ! aalaA gmat wJ? "w wwajap aw wgafawawga ww awpar egwgai tr. Tiete were about 9m peiateta t lhat aasetlag' JHhaaaMl a At a Mceat iswstiag of tih dtoejr f the CoM-ogaa VU aafarsi C saaf aw Mm wahaat waaekci eiMt tf fee bitafd ol 4awcit0jis. (.1 ti. i. did tou lirt i boar ImuuUIiiI mM FAN 'ND FARCIES ifw tn rrewien r nojtwwa rimt k ereire awt Amainwm. The pTcminent place which wmm hr swMenly taken for thtmrelves In alt forms of healthy out door cteulc anji the R'lnfay Timt of London Is of roth recent growth that It has not vet had time to form ltelf Into clubs and atoriatron We In Ixindoti have not yet ewi women able to form coteries and "ladles' lnnrheons," aa the set Is tiM to do In Jtcw Vork and Boston. Into btch no Inlrustve male foot mav eater. Whatever tbey may do .vcro the Atlantic It Is certain that tl.e fair Taahev visitor does not here show such .vptgreeatre femininity, and la glad enough to take her pleasure In eommnr with despised man when the man It Erglrsh' Wo form of recreation, to a well born Kegllsh woman, cn. of course, compare with rlrllng. True, i a .cmion, mm is only to ie ontatned in the Row, bnt under no clrcnmstances die a well bom girl look more fas rlnating than when "turned out" for tbf mlrtdar rhle. Time was when a talt hat tnd th most perfect ami e vet est habit were the strictest essentials of riding In the Hoar. During the last rear or two. however, a crnslderable relaxation baa come nter fu'l riding dress, and a round straw htt, a crvtrt roat and cotton shirt were often Indeed, mi it fminently worn. Tne lypts and conditions of womankind to be seen hire me unending The titled daughter of an M F. It Is at her ease hre just as she nlll be in the even Ing at a dance, or later on exchanging friendly greeting with her father's tenantry at the ci.vert side Hem Is HavswaUr In charge of the riding maMer ami thinking that being on borselwck is an overestimated pleas ure. here is the stout and jxitam lady, who hopes that violent exercise upon a weight carrier will allow her to have her dresses made an Inch or two lighter In the wnlct- and thetc Is the professional rldcrcss with a showy horse to sell. Yes, the How Is certainly the first pMce of "recreation" for women In London. The past season lus seen drtitng jump to a great height of favor among fashionable women A smart iwnvand a little mill cart are what they'have chltfly affected, but It Is dangerous to the safety of humbler citizens that every woman Ivlleves driving to lw the easiest thing in the world. Only lboc who can and do drive well rccognlre how fine an art It is under any circum stances, and that In London It redly re ipulros a great amount of skill and nerve not to endanger cither onu's own life or that of other people. Compared with what It has done In the provinces, cycling has made smitll progress in l,onilon ns a lady's pastime It Is, however, now becoming more popular, ns severnl well known women arc adopting it. 3trs. Hawaii, amonj others, is an enthusiastic trlcycllst, ind can give many useful hints to othr ladlea about the wisdom of taking ttiln out beyond dreary subiitbs nnd reserv ing strength for long runs amotitf the hills anil pretly scenery whlihcin be reached so carilt from London. It Is certain that the prejudice which once cxNul n panting ladles riding a 1 1 Icy tic Is fast dying out and many women now. who are leading icdentary lite In edict's and schools, look for ward to a Saturday afternoon's "run"' si a restorative and tonic after the wetk's work. Ualiirrli Uurril. A clergyman, after j ears of suffi-rtng from that loathsome disease. Catarrh, ami valtdv trjlug every known remxly, at last found a pretcrinlhw which eompletulv rurwl ami saved him f rota death. Any suf ferer from this dreadful dUease sending a telf-adilretaed stsinped envelope to I'ro ffMir J. A l.awiece, Sp Warren street. New York, will recti r? the recie free nt charge. luilKtril fur n ler t h lime, Ilirr IVter Iecliuer, memlter of the Auttiian WcatLer liureau Service, occu pies the highest signal station In Europe, on the very top of the Scbouabltck Mountains la the Austrian Alps. Three times on every day In the year he tele graphs bis observations to the govern ment nlllce at Vienna. At Christmas the villagers cut their way through the Ice ami snow to bring bim the good wishes ami gifts of the season, but for the other eleven months and thirty day of the vear the observer lives entirely by himself, the loneliest man in Kurope. Mi' Una Kb Wbr, U but shell I get for Xmas for mv ix J. u rsraer's Uoutii Dili Sevvuth .Uwt u. w um Mrush Sets Aa Old Ail4se l)UpruCHl, fnm Ut A'ttt Yetl II wW. Sirs. Shaw, the whletlar, U still (a Kurope plllug up a big furtumt In deli aace of the old proverb about girls ami hens. He liuevr Her Ktwwlt rrm tU Xne ) S,u "We can't leave for an hour' "Why mil" "My wife baa gone into the kit, ben fur MretB(i " The Voice Is i jsil) injured - the shrill, -t iirii.ili.iH at Uu- Uii'i r Urn at i-ii'c aBr. nu; iu tmw a.xil.clil). of punvr. All rtfurtt W Siu ur lJ.-jk. iu miUit uutln iu It t tauii lious. u-i-uiue uut ouly aiuiul Lut djutger wi aud -.houlii w strkll utuulrti uulU rverj s)iuttuw u lemon J. 'fu esVrt a HreU cute lau oUurl Uuiltrlllr u tUl w Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Ttie li oi anodyut. tbia wMuaiiua na ulh euutlecs umUliua. streivthetu the Vtt rte utyuu a tiwu'ii. mid teatutes the ueae tu u ium mi tuet. aiu auiaet et iiMaae jatat situuU tie iUaiit H- LUM 'Ibuwtv loo. tae Ummuu acueea. crtttaes. 'Ayer's fherr) feeiutei m lu ut tery great aei VK'e to ate. it imjiruvn nut Mreutbi the tesee, ua i tUaaye eacctite Ua the cute of cuhta ami cough " Vftm several xciaiuan I hate susVte4 bom edela, eaaawg huaraemiaa ami culue hwa ut toiee- la my pmamiuu ut au aur ttuueet any asmrtaw of law v-wee or Uuuai m a nu matter, bat at eacti attack 1 lum- Mevuiemwea) by a. few dtur ui Ay.i luetry fectaral. Tlue lemedy, wttii ohm tury i. ha anatual Mich a Magical Effect U.t I nave sugerad very tittle iaci,um uuc 1 Uvi jlau used it lu iu tuuil nli txnueHnui loulli.. LU luujKi, tuld. 4.1 Wui-11 yuiullj UuiiiOuu, Austraiie tu tie eyiruig d laW. at futtMuwulu .1 . I j ytuetratcd by a severe sab-, W ty t4tMUl turiiiiiliie My ahywctJMU i-J.kj.Uili.il tutu -iMrue. iMid lur uue year t n uut auk tu evre wliculaie a wutd. K) Uu- mX iv vt U ali.tt i uasat Ayer' laem " lutiti, ml tw w fMaAe ud p.ou u. iu btsa tUmt uaw uMsth fiMiiUcwwnt vmfy, ia uaMual umm ot vole- I m mnl Ut iatukt u4 u tiaciiatw mm u tu Ihkteniieu tn utame4e4 the fnuuJ. jm4 have iKi-i kuou a u tail - lfiue a. Apr1! Gberry PietiiJi ML 1 6. ftYCI I ML. L, tftm si.1,.1, . a fexxm Kjv i w&m mrAmmm m zz i THE POSITIVE: CURE. I KLY BROTHERS, $a Wansn The flnagxer Set In Nw Yerk. foitfi'" i' " iW imtrietn. The sti astro ' ct In New Torlt this week Is pervading the horse shaw. The waggcr set is largely inclined to look horsey The men aic either Imitating their grooms or arc permitting their groom to closely Imitate them. Thlt at once has Its advantages, bwt It was rather funny to see a genetww gfrt tip a well known clubman because she thought he wa one of the grooms in her falher's stable, and had gtvan special attention to her riding horse Horsey gentlemen always suggest gentkrnanly horses You know the kind that look well enough to ride for a nblle. are then given to the children to drive, and eventually end their lives In the service of the cabmen. Xew York can give a vcre good hnre biw, bnt It mftst be confeeftn that New York does not make a very ltmrt showing of can leges In the nark. London and Parts are so far ahead of ns In that respect. Illmetilt Literary !'.. ftmm tht Amtrlrtm .iritHmtr Scrtbbtef Have ywt read my book, 'TbeGramUthf' Itevenger Hacker Prom the first to the latt wonl, Petibbler Was It so Interesting as thai? Hacker Um er the fact Is, Qulll dlg bet me that I cfitthl not read the whole book, and I kk him up. I was determined to win. Doctor You mut not read when you Bre hungry. Patient Not even the bill of fare? Amtricnn Stottontr. tlohtnson, Parker .V t"o., the American Clothiers, southeast comer Seventh and 1) strett northwest, have a splendid selvcMon of men's stortneoats ami nlsters In all slrn srid prices. Tlmt tVItt IJulot Thfliii. tern tht Atntrifan SMitnur Clerk Here's nnotherstatement from Inkwell . Co. Shall I pic It Principal Xo. Tell Valise lo place another order a large one with them. 0 OLD MEDAL, P&B18, 1878. AV. HAICini & CO.'S Brenkfast ta Jtf fir.ffniiffr, if jiiirv film it I tot litl'le. No Chemicals 1 t n u rrMiriMn. It ltt I . A Ii flWitli tnn trt.tfX f f ur ml ii Uten fs-rv far imx e injti 14 e $nffrtt ihm att avail m t It illlinu, h'mUhln, ifnith.t iMK, 1.4MLT lh(sKmt. t A admirab'r attp4c fvr InTaltd at wt 1 furpefavm la tiMtth. htllil lii first arn t tir M liorat. W. BAKER & CO.. Dorchester, Mass. Liebig COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF BEEF lNTOMtUIIAUI.K IN FLAVOR. I'mi It Tor Beef Tea, Soups, , (name, l)li. Ac ) Aspic or Meal Jelly. One poHml of Kxlract of Heef eqmtt to firty HHimU of lean beef. (;iiuiiM only tilth l;;iiutiir of .1. ton I.leliis, um klionu ulmii-, in liliip. $1.48 SHOE SALE Mlssen' Pine runola Srin Heel Sloes, warranted all Icairrr, .mmon pue iat. in H. (', I) and K Uat . A Hargala. $1.48 SHOE SALE, Hoys' Solid Laataer. Wal. falf , Put tun ur Lst-e hkoe, hl(ti vol wiurked t uttoa bi le, la 1, t snl 1 wldtL. A Bargain. $1.48 SHOE SALE. l M Id' Patent Leatutr m. 1 I..1I1 Top, hprimr Heel. Potion bu.H, Uei t-10. InB. t.l) aud t yi.libi A Bargitin $1.48 SHOE SALE. Keu'it Fine liuuJ luru Kmhroidtre 1 1'lu.li hptr. chenille or ei'k eSe t, Leautlful Ujk allthca A BargaJn. $1.48 SHOE SALE. Ladhu' S1J aad Bright Uoaaala Tipmutoo BouuT arreted auhl leatbat. ta utwra race, usee uit,,v aa m vuila. A tergal. tfceee In dlgeraal aiakes of ahuee are eaaeeahsflT aout vela aad aavh Ukfitt asaw a oeartaaaeUoaee boaaas. Oae aaoe Bepurtewt u awt aoor taller v. The Combination ! laa,ljKead UB4 JIVTtUWt. Cursr litli a w KAUFMAN & SICKLE, j , xcm.ti S bCtvC0lirArV tSjCaS CJS Mi r1 I if I n -? VJ II t 3 -A sHWKiTHaif TaAAg SLAKli. PURE yc rjihisky, JAMES THAHP, Hit Sleifcfcl i ' n,j"i ' rrxzizz mm 8U New Tori- tr'e 50 cs.! The Great Manuficfoirs' Sa'e of FINE Tailor-Made Clothing Opi-nc't at 1 o1. lock t" dar. sut. rru AM I! NTS. JJ. w. iRItrt isnildlngl, and wilt rontlnm- until ererf dollar's srofth t toM. Beartn mi-nt Fight three thnaaaiid doiiais1 worth of ii1 Finest Clothing ever marte rrm jpflttrciy be sold rt wtll nav ji'iitowinea Immlmt miles to attotrt this woederrnl acrtnre ale. fcvatv gaeiM t imaratiterd as reiirentd or monoy e tnnded. Pont watt, come at once. lien's Qallted ftatln lined nvereraiM. S.ia. gm's all wont Blaog Cheviot salts, Ja.fl lien's Fnr tssaier overewats, Sh regntar rth-e. St. en' Faert Calmcre ntt, $4 worth Jten's Fine tnemted Magonal Satte, stt, rtanlar price, tm. Men's Roral standard Kersev Overeoata, a.tojwrriht. rsn'sBest Xaallsh Kerser, IttMh. taJtor tnerte; wWih $ae, Sbyilana and Storm Bltr. : reynlar pvtee, ste. arm rairor mtne i-asnmere salt, n: a Jtvies: wortli tm. 1 JIBIK n overcoats, SJ.711: worth ft ttpr' wren-oats, s: legniar priee, si m oatis ?: tegaisr ra Mlla.ii ;.v. metilsi " 1 nnwniiiB, x ..v, regniar pni gtlts' Malton $,?: regnlar prle, j regnlar price, SV. i. ta. iiojt tran. Fine lTe Hvefroat, I !; worth C1ilMreti' (trtrcoats. HBevnts: worth ! V. rhtldien't Rxtm Long rapes, tl.-tft worth ttrtldren's Katrn Ftae Overcoats, , wort 11 Men's rant. JO cenN- regnlar price, t.t8. Hen's Fanis St.tt; regular ortee. ft. Min fine IJres lnnK tl.TJ: mrth M.99. Mac's Hxtra Fine rnl M; wtnth SI Mm pair children's Knee raaU, fScenta. This entire stock selllne for one third valne. IVonl flnr awar for fear of not gut ting there bsr,In, but eutne prepared In bnrsnd he oonrlnccd that what we-adrev-ttM are farts heroiid dlmit Haeh nl eietv Bttlcte sold prtclwly as nilvertleed awt st Mires named turner Pth and E sl story brlcs building. In the lurjre thret FRIEDLANDER. Grand, Upright and Square PIASTO-FORTES. Hpcolal attention of pnroharors Is Invited to our "NKW AUTISTIC OTYLK8. Flal'hed lu 0lgiji of "UIOliKSr UEC0UAT1VK AltT." 1'IANOS FOH ltKNT Heoomt-band llanos at All Trloes. AVM.KNiLBEi& CO., 817 Market Space. Messrs. Lee & Shepard Announce the Publication ol a Library to be Called -s -a a- -a -a -a -a SERIES, .. This series will be Issued in monthly ports' and will consist or choice works by some ol the "Dest American ard Foreign Authors, upon various subjects, including Fiction, Biography, History, Essays, &c. The initial volume of the series Is now ready. M Mr WW k k h 1 The Blind Men and ills DiyjL NrraauAf, Ivhf Mtowadhg Ho, 2 In Trusts or, Dr, k- IdrASIAMB. M. iMBOaLAS. j aipBBae-me" r 4aarBsasjssssaeae Hi 3 Thrss Mm Dfo jmouvm ktk ftm , 9 fcf Tuts iaBatfIaaaVtatU IsMsaMat haT all aataacaUMaaMI 'v''psewaaaav wavpaaap aap saeaajajajsaBjaaarea MUfi BaUkflbd. taaaaBtaft, ajpeaaapeasaae ""ai vveaT aaSTsjasBB' LK&SMEPARD, PUBLISHERS. UiHtlOK. FOR THE CHOICE CHRIS lixamine the fine, selected stock of Ladies' and Gents' Pocketbooks, Bill Books, Cafd Cases, Purses, Shaving and Toilet Cases, Collar and CuiT Boxes, Music Rolls add Writing Tablets. The largest line of Ladies' and Gents'Furnishedand Unfurnished Satchels and Valises. Also a large line or Trunks and Harness ol the very best quality of Goods. Twenty per cent, discount on Horse Blankets and Lap Covers. Whips in large variety. KUBBSSI'S, 42. Seventh Street, next to Otltl fellows' Hall. Urea j teipient Sale NOW GOING ON. $90,000 worth or Fine Custom-Made Clothing Itn roiiilgliimiil (1 11111 11 Inrcr iiinimrniliirrr, wlio Is tnemlocltcil nml In noi'il of Prices are One-Half of Actual Wholesale Cost, W styles of Men's Fnltf, S: actual value. $11. eostjlesof Men's Stilts, 8, Including Clicvlot,Calmeres and Vortl!Worllj$lO. ..... $10 vclll Vmy choice of ro styles Men's Suits, Corkscrews, Chor ion ami Fancy Worsted"! actual valun. it. Jllcgant Dress itiltf, Clitnvrsy or rrlnco Albert, $1S; netual nco.Men's'overcoats (tleavcrs ami Kcrfeys). JS.actUBl value,!!!. 110 Dress Overcoats, all wctaats, 18: aotunl value, 510. M0 Overcoats, nil sbiulei. lt; actual value, Ml. Elegant Fur Heavers. Kereys, Montngnacs, Elyslan, Ao $IS; custom tailors charge Sto Krery garment guaranteed as ropro scntettortnoneyrcfuntleU by tho E-PR1CE CLOTHING HOUSE, 2A2H1TI3 BUILDINC, 31 1 Seventh St. N. W. CONSIGNMENT SALE. Gas Stoves 1 Heating Bath Rooms, Bed Rooms, Halls, Libraries, &c. also bTovM ron H atters, Tailors, Confectioners, Tinners, &c WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 41 1-4-13 Tenth THE MOMENTUM ENGINE, MANUKACTPRBP BT T1IK AMERICAN LHERGIZER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Limited, MIC F Street X. AV.t Washington, I). ( Works at Benning's, D. C. TUB hAME HOHSK POWHK rOK OKS TBKTK OK THS C0AL. BWtealw htratsail tar tUa BaaiM ur Muaaalw Kaargtaar. wlMtattf paMkw i-aa ai ER4rtssty tor Udktte r'ariiuMS. aatec Uwir prsst UilUir aad asma. Nsa4MctlMMlMMt MwatitlM yriuM ut iultia ta las Baanrlvr aad ByaaasM. witMat aaiag sr bmmi lal, aad giviiuc lacrcaMil rulu ia itoisc pewar.lor tbo slaaas vaarat4al. Infringers Will Be Prosecuted. PKBSTi HILWAVKUE WUUt BEST MHDE fum ' aW f sff4ttttf HiAt wi H0M FOR FAMILY USE. KasMitnlal tof WasA aaA toWMkMaja t tOIBMst tO lilatNfcWNsWNI sMMI I ShMOMmWp W ilia mourn NBiMrB ss'SNSSBsbsws BPWP"la, R. S.WIDDIC0M8E Manager. HOLIDAYS. MS S Iti'iulj dull. Street N. W. SttiNBOLA. HMrfltr 'll s'liO'cnR. JDmw EM vril (JWAJal bVW asMttltfvi HMbMW laBHat WtaC MMsaaftfatsW WfeOataaMslal flMfiOC OaV VflsT ilLHt 9lBaMA HMsl ffiattsUW ftWHMW iVM. M. QAUT & CO. A TONio. Horaford'i Acid IboapkaU- llJ?ftiirWr lit IMMItCWb-ttB VsUA fcniistasli llut litaMl Wvlst Md te4V IsflNHMMiMMMMsANatlr mR fsr Bss swas mi ij s Mffr1 m- iudoa. Vot lrWito. Vt say "atoat aana touic t st aaws." v wmpow B 1 CAimQH.-S sara th vusd "Bur f or U pr-Md ou t lUil AJi iXttutj rioi ait. tot oU oi In fcERESP Kytr.rttiAD. Tho CJreat Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. fwnM Track aMortf! 1 S- onrr StWl Falls Mania''Tit R.inl mruf In trmr Horrnrn n ihm Trains Jre Washratf. r from tati .n ror lt of 9th aad B treclK, ai foil .xv Ton tiTTsm no and the West f hl . Mm ltrtKX,ress i f Tailmsn eilt'tiV cr- at IC90am4a1l' rnt t Inr Win , m.lsllr to Cnteaao. I'otnmhn- snd 8t I o-il, with rartor far llTilMirft to vittlmre and. Swepltif Cars from HitniMirg to in lisn aprUK rlttstinrf to rolnmhn. Altocmsto ynwaar M.lntiK rhlontyi nnd (ini Innvl Eaweas. 1 16 p m dally Psrlnr t'nr Wsh IPf"?1. to HarrlsbnriP and slfpninr i'r narrisbarr o M Lonl CMraan an-t tn craaall. ara Dlnlne ' tr HsTTlluirt "t lcwt, Chtmco sail flnelnnatl w.trn .Express at MOpm ds'lv. with sie.-.m Cars w astiiaaton to r i,i acn imt at i ..ni COTmwtlBt dallv st rfarrlslnirv with thronfh SreapvM for T.nlvlil nd Mem Hits, mitmaa ntnlnir car ritthur t. iMwmonrt sn rhli. rsdflr Rn.t -WOOpaiilalty, for PlttlMirernl thi vVf jiftli thrfinah Sieer-cr to Pltt.i urn and rtttannrir to CMeairo DAt.TTMORR A!t IIITdMVC RMI.noVTi Tow Ksar. r anaiHtalirnn, RotitM an I Ml atara Falls rlsllt, rxrppt Hun.!a s n n ra Fob Ratr, I'snsndslrnn and Woi h-tertaliT, for Rafraln and Mamim ilstlr pxrepr sat BMav. pm.wlth Slseplnn larVNah taaton to swsww. Foa VittuapoaT RoehftT nn.l Slnzan Falls.? Spitidalit,ex-ppt8HtHriHr wllh Metplnt far Washlnati.n to R... i,. .t(-r F05 WiiiupoitT. fftnoTo stid Klmlra,a 10 M a m dallv. axrept aandsr Fob wii i trBt daily, a p m roafniiADaiPBiA Jtew Yors ami tli Rut, TJ, .W II W and II 40 am. 3.10, 1 1 iw, N . n .rt and It aa p n. On anndar, i M. 11 t a m. a la, i ii , io no and it - p tn Limited. Sapfsss of mtlman rail.r ir. ylUi rmitat tar llalilmore 1 New TorX. fl.W a m dallr. exvopt SnnilsT r?5..x?VY,7!Ln",y-.'-!!n"ci Pxprct with MnlaK Car. a M p m dall Fob iBMJinrtritiA rnlT. Fat Knrr 10 a m week dajs and 4 p tn dally KMr,, fund oMr a0p m Fib1toji wllhont rnaaac. a io am week days sndSlSpmaverrdav Fon itaoosLTX, N,Yall thronch trshiston neit at .terser City wllh hoats of Hr...)lt(Tn Annet slrnrtiltir direct transfer t.. i niton si reel, arotdlna'donble ferrlsceair 'jsNew Ytrktlty. FoaATttavtCrrr, tl. Warn week layj, tl -a tin dallv. For UAt.vt work, t .15, J W, a id, 9 pc, ! 40, ta.ro. MUG. tlWnml ll.tOatfi. 105. '.MO. 1 1 3.K! 1 1. t.W, 4 , 5.C0, 5.40. S TO, 7 IO, 10 W aai llftspm. On Fuadav po. (K, iov, imo SS'.VA S "! .& fa' 4!W- 5-W, 5 10, B 00, 7 40. 10.09 ami 11.16 pm. Fob ropr's Cntva Ltss. 7 90 ti m and 1 10 p m dally, except Sunday Fon A!apOLi,7M antf 900 n m, ! .'.01 and 4 W v in dally, except Sunday Sumlnys ' roam and 4 SO p m. WA51I1SC.TON SOfTIIERX RAILWAY lv ErtKTNotiHBrnW, tS'X), Fob Aiexakpbia. 4 3n, B ., 7 41. 8 4d, 9 . 1t.7 m in, 1.C4 noon, 3 05,3.30,4 as 4 5 n.01, gia. 10 1 3 ami II JS tm. OnSnndarat 110, 7 4. 9.44, 10.57 a m, ), 6 01, 8 W and lo.ai ptn. AitoiMoDATtos for Qitsntlri. 7 II a m and 4.56 p m week days. 7 45 a m Citndiys. Fob ltuiivnHn ami lite S-nnlli, 4 3ii and 10.87 am dally Accommodatiou 1"3 p m week days TiAiti lenvo Alexandria for WaMnaton. 0(,7t6.(.O0.n.l0,t0IMIO7,nm; t M. 100 350.5.10, 8 Of. 7 1 5, 9 SO. 10 Wand II 08tn on Mimlar at 9 io and 11.07 am 8 00,5 to. 7 05, 7 ,. and 10. VJpm. ' Tickets and Information at the o51f north east corner of Thirteenth street and l'ennyl vaiila avenue, and at the station, where orders can be loft for the tliecklns of ha aafte to destination (rum hotels and rejl denees I HAS. E. ri'Olt, J. H WOOD. Oeneral Manager. Cten. l'a. Aveot. Itallhiioioi Ohio ICnilruntl. Schedule la effect Xoveraher 10, lsoo Leave Warhlnalon from station corner of ?iew Jersey avenue and l street Fob Cmk.Mio and Northwest, cittbuteit Limited express dally II no a m. evron S.XOpBl. FcarinisaiTi,St Louts and IndlanapoH, express dally. 3 30 ami 11 80 pm. Fun riiTi to and Ciei eland, express d.illy. Fob 1 kmm.toi aad point In the lienaloali Valley, t la. 40 a ra. Fob Vta HMrra ami way station,, . 'to p m. Kim Li uAr,a50pm. Fok ItiLTixoBr. week days, If noo t'ti, 7.1 an.isoo Kmlnnte) " to ' si, it( H4f0 45-KlBatei.a tn. W.10, .'11 3 '. ( 1 1 .. 45 minute', 3 V 4 s. 4.80,15 Ov, 41 minutes . 5l.r.10.tfi,.13,l.),7 !5, 7 II, I O). II it and 1 1 an p in. timlay, 4 Ofi, 7 W. w. h i , 9 (3 a in. (I.0O, i minutes), 1 oi, j t ! ,, a ,i 1 30 i6.w, 41 mlnates). s.os, t oi, o i , S.. 7.sa, 9.M. to 30, 1 1.39 P m Fob t at St vtio between Washington and Ilaltlmore. iMO. G U hM a m. 1.' 10. ia, t s. ., 7 .19, 1 1 30 p ro . Hiiodays, 8.U a tn, 1 1 0, J.SS. 4 30. ., V.30. JJ J0 p to. Tbaix tKAve Ualllmore for WahtnTtfin week days, 50. b.30. 6.1W. ; 1 t jo a.oo. M0, M4, 9J. 10. SO, 10.35 a D: 1J00 -IJ, .l, 188.8.131.52, 4 15, 5.00. 6.0O, 0 ."0. , n 30. 7.10. a.30,945, lo.io, to.30 and iMMpm ,un days tun, 7.15. s.30. K, ., lrf .w, to -a a ra: woo, ii, s.io, J, 4.n, fl.oo, ;j 7,a T.B0, 7.40, 8 JO, K.l, 10.0 and 11 M p. m Koti Anxakilh, SJts ami 80 a m, l . io and 4.35 p m. Sosday. JK a in, 4 D ti m Leave Aanapolie iM, 8 87 a tn. U I'Jn to. fruadays, N.30 b m. 3 55 p m Fun Station on the Metropolltsn IWncb, KM, (1.30 a m. ii.15 p m. For prlucnii nation, only, tio.iu a m, rt 30 and tv 3d n m Fok GAiraiatiii no ami IntermedlatA cr.ltit-, wed, iitjt, k b tuua t8.35,ti., s i !B)l4,tll.Mpl. Tv mTD' aad Interssedlate stations, ? 0J p ra. Chi-mhtnai leave Washington on Sunliy at 1.15 p ra. .stopptBK at all atatlou oa Jtelroroliun llraacli. Fob Fbxukbu k, ti 89, i 30, 9 30, tj 10 a tn, 11.1a, ta 38. tijapm. Fob IIahvo n, tM W a m and 1 V p ui. TKAiak airtve from Chicago dellvlt J) am au4 l.MpHi; Iroaj Cluilunatlattd M Iwi dally 8 93 a and 8.35 p in; frum l'itt-b .n; 7 1 a, 5.53 p w Uallr. HOYAL BLU LIK8 IXiB NRW YORK AND FLILADBLPUIA FobXbw VoBK,aratoa ami I he East '1 01. tJs,U.04l.asa. S49. 'Oanl'IJ p m. Daffet Far lor Can on all daj rrA.n-t feleeplMic far oa tho U) &i pm open at 'J u) P Fob Hu-vok, il p as Willi Fullman HuTet Shieplax Car raaaiBr Ibrough t.i B.-t n wltkuut i'haw, ia PmutLliecpsie li tge. laadtBff pe8Hr lu B. A; It i-tuti n at RoeSosi. FoaPHJUbBtrWA, 4 3a, UM MO 00, !?00 mu, 'J, 4 03. .WiMia "HWpia Fuh KitoAtui, Wet., WUastaicloa uu.t t.liister, 1 SB. M im.hl !V.' and'MX pm. UBBHM expre. s .j.) aj lit WUKlmatun. unlv m.ta a m Fok IKTCMJIBUIAT bu1b s hutweeu Halt! uor aad NkiiAulelphJa -5.00 ami A) a m. 3l5.85pm. Tbai toave Sew Yark fui Wal.i .,-too .i. fllJiam.ia'. '4 43 wigpnant liUaishl. Tuiik. taave rUladlUa for Wa-Miut v, IS4. . 5. U 34 a m. ' 1 SO. i .i i0 '. ti p ta F.a Atiantu Citr4ais aad 10 o am, w iujou. btiBday s. IMib. U.UO n ".n tRxtvpt alMBtUy 'Bally siuujay o. r UaiK(M ualled for aad ducked froir U ju ' ? and terliMiMMM by I'bJahi Transit r Cu uu r dvrt left at Uckat oatews, titslaad 1 1 l Fa iavo and at depot. J T UDELL. CHAS O. St 1 1 X. Wo Jiauaaer 0u lit HUTtSLS AND UrSHTJ.VUJ.NTa. NEW YORK BUFFET, ta TiKTH WntSBT N. W Haat aad Fsseat T tgwow U Ua olty Ibj- BiMtad OliBAsa. 3A3im B. OOfiVKUO. ftopriator f-si fll-S BT, WMU6TOJf, D C. Assay and Kavy Headquarters. star tea Wbw Bao-pw VWm-t ad W Fr Day A nt 1 i bi MS4M1W, u .. U- d. T-UB. Lateaf Thoaawiiu avu. Frprlel r s iW.4XW FLAN, mrtu fltwpav awo pa a IT. WODf-l'T TVS, P. S1LTZ Importing Tailor, im V StUm XUkTHKT Fall aad Vtutr Unporuu u - ..... Th- U VtMat Lint ulso. .it, btor s. W-ilajtt-ou x pcaacoM aaa rn.iysjf daru lie C u lu ua'e ap IB: (of tn . ;&:a ums o uus d am (. . IJuHAHtM V AUlAtld S 1 ia kv .i 1 (U a . Ati " 1 aatet. ' eaf sm nn a yixtijkf I liluaht-lk. !m BA.laa ' 1 AmBBS&ZtitM Si 0. I.., - ".Ji4