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o THE "WASniNaTON" CItlTIC. SATURDAY EVENING, JANUAKY 2(5, 1SS9. . H'lw,.fJ4 MIMW" j5. WASHINGTON CKITIC 'mml It TIC1 i I EVEUY KVKNING, 11V TUB WASHINGTON CRITIC COMPANY. HAT.LKT K11.1IOU11N, I'resldcnt. OFFICE: No. Q43 D Street Northwest, Post Duilmmo, washington, ii, o, ti:ujibi HlngloCopy .....3 Cents By Carrier , 05 Cents lly Mnll, potngopuld, one year ....85.00 ly Mill, postage paid, six months ,.. 11.00 Mull subscriptions Invariably In advance. Address TUB WASHINGTON OIUTIO, WaahlnRton, P. 0. WASHINGTON, JANUAKY ?, J 830. Amusements To-night. AtnAUGii's Mngglo Mitchell. IlAnuis' "Two Johns." KminamV Folly Company. NATioNA-Cora Tanner. Gici-duama Buttle of Shlloh. The JIevphik mi.visteiw nro on a cm sndo ngiilnst Emum Abbott. Ono ICpla ropnl miulstcr publicly tlmnkcd Abbott's tenor, Montogrlppo who Isn't much of n tenor, by tho way for having snug In his choir, and several of bis fcllow-mlnr istcrs came down on him like a wolf on tho fold. Ho stood by tho thanks, how ever, and tho preachers included Ab bott, tho opera, theatres, and pretty much eveiythingclso in that lino, and opened tho battle vigorously. Poor little Emma I .Sorrowing little widow! Nice lllllo 'woman 1 Onco a choir slnuor horsolf! How many times have tho prcaqhqrs pounced upon her I And how much leai cause tlioy havo for it than in tho casus) of dozcuB of others who remain unas. Raultcd ! We nro not defending all tho women of tho stngo, but if their censors -wish to select frightful examples, Miss Abbott ia about tho last they should full upon. What's tho matter with Emma? Oh, she's all right 1 Ur to date tho Htroct-car conductors do not announce tho names of streets and they permit their cars to stop wherovor hailed. It seems a little Btrango that it requires two or threo or four or Uvo weeks forstreot railway officials to make up their minds to issue slmplo orders, to their conductors and drivers and enforce their obedience. It doesn't cost any thing, it involves no policy of gov? crument, it jeopardizes no charter rights, it docs nothing but accommodate passen gers and protect horses from suffering, and yet it is not done. We ajm: aiu'riseo by tho dispatches that n German vessel has fired on an American vessel down in tho ueighbor hood of Madagascar and knocked off one of hor masts. Secretary Bayard will not prosecute Bismarck if a now mast bo put into tho ship. i i The City Committee on Legislation, consisting of James L. Barbour, Frank Humo, E. T. Tcmnlo, ILL, Oranford and nthois, havo propared a very strong nud convincing addi ess to tho Sonata and Houso on the bill providing for tho con struction of a brldgo from tho foot of South Capitol street across tho Eastern Branch. Such a brldgo is u necessity and should ho constructed as early as practicable. i in m i i ii i Tun "Asr" Editor of the Post should take a whirl through society if he wants to see a lnnd flowing with milk, and honey, and to find food for his mo nagorlc. Tub natives of Zanzibar nro being surfeited just now with roast English missionary, It Is reported that tho Gorr mans arc doing tho catering for thenar fives, but we nro slow in hclioviug It, bo--au!e so far tho missionaries havo not been worked up Into any form of sau sage. Conqiiebsmen can't help being poli ticians. Tho Houso subcommittee of tho Foreign Affairs Committee has a Joint resolution under consideration on tho rinmoan dlfllculty and tho word Gorman or Germany docs not occur anywhere in it. ''Certain European powers," how over, is used," and. it reads a good deal )iko an anonymous communication. Possibly Congress does not know yet that Germany and England arc the "oar tain Kuropeim powers." What Congress needs Is a tolophono to Blsmarok's pri vate rqsldenco so it can call him a hog and a liar, and a scottndiol, ami apply other parliamentary epithets with some degree pf personal security. IlitronuoAN KvriuYAaANCK is earning to tho frout again. Tho shirts Mr. llar rlson Is to wear In 3Iarch, his Inaugural slilrts, so to speak, woro billed to him at ilfiO por docn and no discount for cash, Wo will wagor Ills grandfather's shirts didn't cost that much. Wu Aim now engaged In two eront national struggles, to wit, ono with ft riamoan protocol and ono with a Canadian jiwduu tifciull. Laid help ua if "the hrltohln' broaksl" i i Illamnrok lun Money In It, The German Government, says a I'blladel Jhla ."icii correspondent, co far us Samoa Is concerned, It synonymous with tho Herman Commercial Company, In which IJUuiurcU U a stockholder. This concern, according to Mr, Sewall, rules the Oemum Cousul, It had se cured possession of a large part of tho Sa maun Islands, and this by IlllgRiinuto meaus, lllsmnrcK has a selfish leasqn therefore In nctlu?us be lias concerning; Samoa. Titer ll no question that Congress will uphold tho Ad inlnUtrutlon In tho most vigorous action on this question. Up Dlilu't Ask Cifdlt. Jack lloirowlt I'm In a peck o( trouble, Tom, and I wish, If ou can, you would help mo out. Wfjrefns Any way I cau, my boy; only don't nsl me again to put my name on the hack of jour noto. Horrowlt (with an Injured air) I wasn't asking for your credit, Tow-rulU want Is a Ilttl-f-cMh, Judge. A I.eer on T.ocle'a Up, Owing to an oar trouble, Kmporor William of Germany winks with bis loft eye when he talks. Atlanta Constitution. OIllTIOUI.AK. A friend of tba senior Senator from Ken- tucky tolls this story: Not long ago Houator fleck Went out to visit Ills son who lrcs on a ranch In Minnesota, the nearest railway station was twenty miles from Ilia place and ho bad great dlfllculty In finding a conveyance Ho announced himself to several persons as James II. Beck, tho United State Senator, but no person seemed Impressed by It and inonc was no object to cart-oWncrs, At last be struck an old fellow who bad horses and a wagon, but who, lku all tho others, was not Inclined to let them go. Hie Sonutur offered him $10, and llnally p), but It was no use. "It's viry Imrd," bo said, "1 have not soon tny son fur a long lime, Ho lives only twenty miles from bore and I cannot got there." "What Is your son's namof" asked tho old man, "Jim Beek," was the reply. 'Cheat Lord I" exclaimed the old man. "Aroyou Jim Heck's father t" "Yes, sir, I am." "Well, certainly, jou ran have tho team. I know Jim lieck, and I'll do anything for Ids daddy." The Senator drovo away rather d!gusted wltb Ids own fame as a statesman, but very pioud of being trusted because be was the "daddy" of Jim. "Daniel," remarked the Frcslilcntthls morn ing as lie pulled bis necktie around and but toned bis vest up to tba top button. "Yes, lire," responded Daniel. "Did you notlco by tho papers that Harrison psld $1M n dozen for tho shirts ho Is to wear during tho Inauguration ccrcmonlcsr" "What, elrot" exclaimed Daniel, starting up wltb an Intensity of emotion which split his paper collar dpwu the back. "Harrison paid $13.60 a plcco for his skirts, Daniel," repeated the I'rcsldcnt In tones of pain. "Urcat Ca;sar, sire," continued Daniel, "and you only paid 75 cents" "Shi h Daniel," whispered tho rrcaldcnt cautiously; "mine were, unlaundrlod, and, besides, Uaulol, we were Inaugurating a Demo cratic era of retrenchment and reform," "Retrenchment nnd reform be ." "Stop, Daniel," commanded tho President peremptorily, and Daniel throw bis paper col lar Into tho wasto basket ana went out In tlui back yard for a fow moments of solitude. TIK WOULD WE LIVE IK. Laugh and tho world laughs with you Why should your tears enthral f The dog that has no wag to his tall ) no sort of dog at all. We don't know Harrison's Secretary of tho Interior yet, but we know several Sccretnrfw of tlio Anterior. labor ovnia xincit excopt Hen. Buttcrwortb. i i EAULY M0KN1XQ NEWS! An Enrtliqunko In Colorado. Advices from Itonctt, Col,, state that section of the Sta(p has been treated to a genuine earthquake. Tho shocks commenced on tho aftcrnopu of tho 15th lust., and at -I o'clock therowcre violent ones which rocked small buildings, detached large masses of rocks from tho mountains and creutly frlchtancd peoplo and animals. Tho cattlo wore especial ly ierrorUed aud ran fiantlcally back and forth. Thunder preceded tho shocks but there was no rain. A peculiar phenomenom was observed at Hot Springs below the Govcrumout Urldgo. Tbe shoes was productlvo of great gusbes of water and gas, and accompanying It was a most sulphurous stench that made tho people Sick and caused tho birds to drop to tho giound. When tho convulsions ceased tho water receded and thcro was a sound Hue the rushing of a great river. The coursa of tho shock was from the south, northward. Melluo Uotnro'n Quiet Funeral. The funeral of Scllna Dolaro, tho actress and authoress, who died on Wednesday last, took place quietly yesterday In New York. It was strictly private, and nono but members of tho family attended. There were no pall bearers. The service was conducted by ltov. Dr. Mcndez. 'the Interment took place In too Jewj6h burial plot at Cypress Hills Cem etery. , Jtnca DUtlnotlonit. In Ualtlmoro tho suit for damages of Itobcrt A. Mctlulnn, a colored minister, against a steamboat owner because of Indignities suf fered at the bauds of whlto passengers aboard of the boat becauso ho Insisted on sitting at the tablo with them has been dismissed, Tho Judge held that when a tlrst-class prlco Is de manded aud paid, tho persons paying that price must havo the samo accommodations; but when public seutimeut demands a separa tion of passengers, It must be granted to somo extent. While this sentiment prevails tho carrier must not be compolied to sacrifice his business In order to combat It. In this caw tho petitioner was not sufllcicutly protected and suflercd-.humlUatlpn, but not enough for damuges, . T)ioi llloekt of ICIvn. Soveral iuts against nowspapers brought In New York by Colonel W. W. Dudley to re cover $25,000 from each for publication of and comments upon the "blocks of flvo" letter came up yesterday before Justice l'attcrson In the Supreme Court. A motion to vacate the order extending the tlmu of the Commercial Atlicrlfter to answer was denied, and dcclslou was reserved on motion to vacato the orders granted to the Tiiitcn and World for the ex amination of Colonel Dudley before filing an answer. Mr. Einstein, counsol for'tho Timet, said he would take Colonel Dudley's testi mony In Washington, if more convenient to him. The l'lnuneliil Union. Supremo Secretary Ilanlugton, of tho Older of Fnanclal ynlou, who Is located at I'ater son, N. J., says that tbu charges aguluit the Uplur are entirely groundless, utul that It Is on a sold basis, but manv member wore anx iously Inquiring yesterday what bad become of their money, and what was tho prospect of their realizing tho glittering prospects bold out to them. A r(eslilitor'a Unlucky Shot, While skylarking in a saloou In Ualtlmoro last night, Kdward Gordon, tho barkeeper, was accidentally shot and fatally wounded by Peter J. Campbell, a mombcr of the Maryland Legislature fioni Ualtlmoro. CumpboU gave himself u j) to tho police A VVeuk's rjllluiun. The business failures occuulng throughout tho country during the last seven days, us le ported to It. G. Dun it Co,, number for tho Unted States ;)((), and for Canada S3, or it total of 313, a against a total of 3S7 lastweck, and 391 the week pi u lous to the last. For tbe corresponding week of last year the figures woro 093 for the UnltodBtates and 4$ for tho Dominion of Canada. A Olimlldntu for I'ulillu 1'rintnr. New York )iss presented a candidate for J'ubllo I'rjnter iu tho peuou of A, It. Hart, one ot the prominent publishers of New York city. Mr. Hart will have tho aupport of many of tbe , Influential men of his States bealdcs a powerful backing from tho West, Mr. Hail resides In Uropklyu and Is ouu of tho oldest members of tho famous Young ltepubllcaq Club, He was the publisher of Logan's bonk aud bus dona a groat deal of work for the uiijir. , i . 1 1 1 December1,) Kxjiortit unci Import", Kxporti fiopi the United States durlug De cember past wero valued at WiV55,-181 ugulnst i7il,U2V,0ftl, Imports for December weio MO, m,Qi galnst nHl,KM In December, 1SS7. r'or tho calendar ear 1MS8, exports wero valued at ftt'il,TUM3l against $710,301,011111 lt$7. Imports In December past wete valued at iOO,Sa,HU against itf'Ml l.ittS In December, 1837, For thu past year Imports aggregated In value $7'33133lt4a against ti0a,818,478 In mi. i That JIub-nublri tlui Ileul'.'iott, Qno element In Aikansas liulsts that Tow ell Clayton would make an Interesting mem ber of the Cabluet. Atlanta Constitution. IlKfCUAH'S Pills Stomach. act like maglo on a weak C in wiU of litiyem attest the fact that tho Overuouts wa have marked down to $9.00 Is u genuine Jlargaln, V.lseman Urp , Seventh and 12 streets, Manu facturing Clothiers and Tailors. IHiAINK TO UK l'UKMlEH. An lntlmato Friend of tlifi Statesman ItoclnroH That It Will lio No. Tho Now York Herald's Washington correspondent says: , The first real and authentic Cabinet nows leaked out hero to-day when a gen tleman very near to Mr. Itlalno an nounced to n few fi lends that Mr. UJnlno has nctually boon ofTorcd tho Secretary of Stnto nnd hns signified to Mr. Harri son thnt ho will accept, "This is authentic," tho 'gcutlomnn told his club friends, "I nni able to .slate it as a fact, and two places nro now settled; Mr. lllalno will bo Mr. Harri son's Secretmy of State, and Mr, Wnnn maker, who Is a close frtond of Mr. Hlaino, his Postmastcr-Gcnoral, not Sec retary of tho Nnvy, no thu nowspnpors hnvo It. Tho Treasury will po West, and Mr. Harrison has urged Honator Al lison to accept It, but if hq declines, some other Western mnn will ho found. "Nothing else Is settled and It is my belief that no other person will bo dy ciilcd until Mr. Hlnluo nud Mr. Harrison havo cither motto consult or havo fully interchanged Ideas on tho Cabinet ques tion by letter. Now thnt Mr. ulalne has decided to accept tho Htnto Dopartmuut, naturally Harrison will consult him as to tho other members who nro to Burvo under him." ' . SOCIAL AND PEUSOXAIi. Mrs. Dtack, assisted by bar attractive daugh ter, held a moit brilliant reception yoilerday. Secretary and Mrs. Whitney led evening held their usual recaption. Mrs. George H. Voters has returned from hor visit to New York. She will bo nt homo on Mondays dm lug tho season. Colynol and Mrs. John M. Wilson yesterday evening gavo tho last of tho series of three .1rtllll, 1 1 I I ,!.. .1.111 lll il.n H.l.nlitll. ....... utuiinviii, icub nmi, i.nu tnv im;viui(i, uiiuq. thcro was a largo gathering of tho devotees of society. Mrs, Hampden Zono ard Mies Cockburu will not rccclvo to-day, Miss Ilcuodlct of this city, Mrs, Howard Osterhoust of Now York and several others will assist Mrs. Augustus Schonnmsker in re ceiving to-day at 1703 Nineteenth street. Cards have been Issued by Mrs. William Matthows Lay for a tea on the 80th Instant. Mrs. II. 0. Gibson and tbe Misses Gibson will give their last dauclua reception on Mon day. Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Pilling will entertain tho Shakespearo Club to-night. Mrs. Ward, who has been the guest of Presi dent and Mrs. Cleveland for the past week, returned to her homo In Now York yostcrday. A tea will bo given on tho 00th Instant by Mrs, Albert Janln. Mrs. Clovoland will bold her second Satur day reception this afternoon from 3 to 5 p. m. Tho ladles In charge of tho Homeopathic Krco Dispensary, 810 G street norwesf, give ono ot their pleasant "teas" on Tuesday next, from i to 0. i n 1 1 . i i i i i KflUnelmift l'rayor.'A The story tho other day about the pious lit tlo boy who tried to walk on tho water Iu tho bath tub recalls nnothor of au equally pious ltttlo girl. Sho was 8 years old and lived lu tbe country. She had started ono day i athorlato for school with another little girl about her own ago. On their way thoy caught a gllmpso of a clock dial through au open door; It lacked flvo mluutes of II. "Oh, dear!" exclaimed the pious llttlo girl, "It's five minutes to 0, aud wo will be lata to school." "I'm afraid wo will." "Jennie," said tbe pious little girl. Im pressively, "I'll tell you what we must do; we'll kneel right down kcre-andpray that wo won't bo latol" "H'ml" said tho olber, ''I guess we'd bet ter skin right along and pray as wc got" Thoy "skun," and got thero. Damarlscotta Herald. Tho Dlcgest Troe on Knrtli. "Six hundred and seventy-four years old!" gasped the judge, and ho dropped bis torch to tho ground. "My God! these trees wero older than tho Landing of Columbus, older tbau Magna Charta, older thsu the first trans lation of tho Diblo Into Jlngllsh, aud last week they stood with a thousand years ot llfo ahead of them, and tbeso men of Vencouvor havo lovclcd them to tbo earth with as llttlo senso of what thoy were doing as the Vandals had when they overturned tho Immortal sculptors of Home, aud trampled triumphs ot art under tho hoofs ot their chargors. It Is simply brutal. Hut the trees "111 havo long aud sure revenge." "Mr. Murray," cried tho Judge In reply, "Doston would give a million of dollars to havo two such trees, growthtnl aud strong, with six centuries ot growth nud ton centuries ot llfo ahead ot them on their Common," W. H.,Murray's Dayllght.Laud, First fbilu. Two poets meet, nnd the following conver sation ensues. "Hal how aro you, old boy? And bow is tbo verso market these dayst" "I havo ceased to write poetry," "You havet" "Yes. I have gone Into tho furniture busi ness," "'Ibo furnlturo buslnosa?" "Yes." "Aud have you sold auy?" "Yes 1 have sold my o n." rears' fs the purest and best Soap oyer made. SPECIAL NOTICES. YhSS HEFORT Ql TUB CONDITION r3I or tub COLUMIIlA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY At tho close of business Deo, 31, 1881), ASSUTS. Kins,.,,., , , ...MIL'S, 0(10 0(1 Cash , ,.,., 3,078 US Premiums duo and In course of col lection 1,200 10 Aocrued Intcrott , 1 2,1 nil 41 171, lbs as LIABILITIES. ' ' Capltul stook 5100,000 00 Total surplus , , 71,408 58 Ito-lnsurancQ reserve )' ift.GOi) ihi Not surplus ,p. ;.,.. twi.itoas TRUbTekh'. John A. linker, itob't 0, llnltman.l Hobert I. Flomlng. Froderlck Jllcdulro. Thus. M. (lain. GeoHl. II. Wlilto. Chus, a Glover. Ilmlunrd II. Warner, Henry A. Wlllatd. officers'. HENRY A. WILLAItl), President. Fltl-DEIIIUK II. .M((UIIUU, Vlco-Preilileut, II. K.WILLAKD. Secretary. W. D. QUINTHIt, Asst. Seprelory. 0(Uco-KellofK llulldlng, 14 JO F St. n. w. TM3a.W,rb, METZEROTT & CO.rMUSlO MaJ Dealors havo rtmoved frgm Pennsyl vanla nvenuo to their new building, 1110 Fst n w, threo doors west of W. J). Moses & bona. odotaiul inott)xtttuslv te raule enlubllshmcut Intheoitv. , io-SpswCOALI COAL "" , H& LOWPRIPEbTIIBMONTn. Placu jour orders with H.O. OAIlTlRt. Ill I'll ANDIIBTItKETH, fl. W. BRANCH YARD I 4IIS K btraot, 8, W. Telophono Connection, yTrfSpiGENTLEMEN DW3IRIN0 TIIECOIl lC2r" reel stylo In FULL IJHHSS SHIRTS, TIES, GLOVES, VESTS, eto should mil oil P, T, HALL, 008 F street norihWsl tfjCSSfcLADIKS CAN HAVB TJIKIR FELT t hats pressed In tho now Fall, stylos. Don't forget number, Whiting's Uleuohlng and Mlllluury. Establishment, atS Tenth struet noilhwest. ,V- ,.. YJ-JS PRIVATE J.BbSONS.'-Vll'El'ARKS Vyd:!. fur West Point, Annapolis, College, Civil borvleo and all examinations. S. W fLYNN, A. M Ivy Institute, Svuthwost corner 8th nw KSts, 11, w, YVS5S.NKW MUfiia STORB.-Af.b KINRS OF VyvTi. bheatMuduaud Muslo DooUs; all thu fiu mid lOu muslo putillshod. HENRY WHITE, 00,1 7th st. n w, opposltu Patent ODhjti. vs-?.a1I00AN'S INSTALLMENT HOUSE, VJK2. Having removed ui )ny New Storo, 730 aud 711 hoviwth st. n. w., I am prepared to sod obeaior than any othor credit house In tho olty. Our stouk of (IMt Pl.TS OILCLOl'IIH. MATTING:!, HUGS, HKATINO AND COOKING STOVES, PA 111.0 It JIEDKOOU, DINING-ROOM AND KITOHIifi FURNITUllE Is comrlote, and will be sold on Credit cheaper than they can be sold elsewhera for oab. Coma and tee us and you will bo sat- OHOGAN'S. 700 and 741 7th at. n, W., IS THE PLACE To, DEAL. , All Oorpets bought from uwu will make and lay en tho floor f 1 ce of cost, v SPECIAL NOTICES. YVSaTATKUKN'T 01' Till! 1'INANCIAI, lcj2S CONDITION 01' Till! WAHIIINOTON HKNIUII IAI. 1:NI)0VJIUN'I ASSOCIATION-, DlX'EJIllUit ill, 18SB. Capitol stock (paid up) $20,000 00 ASSM'H. Caihln banks S 2,511 us Hell cstuto,,... 111,0(10 72 UmiH, secured by first moilROKCS... 28,(10(1 (Ml Interest duo on loans. 7:18 BO I'lirnltuip 708 25 Notns iccelvablo 11,1 1(1 0(1 Asumeiitn Iu process of collection. Od.iioo no Mm dry credits ....... HUM) 107,101172 UAlllt.lTIUS. Death clalmi not ct duo..... S28,i)fiO .til Sundry debits, per stlitdulu U,(il)l OS S:)2,083 33 Noblo 1). T.arncr, Wllllnm It. Goods, Itoh't Unit, II. 11. Donaldson, Wm. .1. Stephenson, TI101. Somonllto, I, L. Johnson, Thos. J. j,uttroll, Chas. C, Duncanson. Tho abovn Is Irno ropy, - I.AWItK.NCK (lAItl)NKlt, Secretary. Sub'erlbed nnd sworn to before mo thin 21th day of January, 18HU. A. II. ItliIXY, Notary rubllo. Wa,Tri V. G. riscifnn AUT AND 6TATI0NKUY COMPANY Has succeeded tho Into Arm of V. 0. l'lscnnrt, And will contlmto tho business as formerly at the sumo store, NO. 020 I'JITKKNTII 8TIIRET, Under tho inniiDKcmcnt of MK. ri.SCllIt. Thoy solicit n continuation of tha publlo patronane, and will endeavor In their selection of Al'.T 0001)8 AND STATIONIHIY To fully maintain tho blah standurdof excel lenco established by tho former lliui. For the prcont Al.Ii FANCY GOODS ATrjAbrnuoK and ricruitus at cost. jryw-i wiUiSULt, ntoMNow until fkd Icty ruary in, when I begin 10 take Inven tory, all tho Roods In demijohns and bottles left over from tho holidays, vonslsthiKof tho choicest wines, whiskies (both ryo and nour mash), kIiib, rums, sherries, ports, brandies, cognac nnd blaakbcrry brandies at 20 per cent, below their regular prices. 31 y prloo lists appear In tho "For Halo" column of cvory jiQWipapcr, and arc too well known to need montlon hero. ll.A. HKUOSON, 120O l'a. avo. 11. w. YfrCfeTnEST0CKIIOT-Di:nS0FTllEWA8II-Jt2 Ijgton (lus LlRbt Company nro hereby notified that their unnual meeting for tho elec tion of Directors for tho ensuing year will bo hold at tho offlco of the company, lu this city, on MONDAY. February 1, 1880. Foils open from 12 o'olock in. to 1 p. m. CIIAS. 11. DAILlIY, Secretary. WrCJUBEFUL FUET i3i Ilemg roqulslto to healthful exercise, tliouandsof vrull-known personugea visit DH. Willi E'8 establishment, 1410 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite Wlllard's Hotel, for relief fiom corns, IiuiiIiiiis, diseased mills nnd all diseases of the foot. Dr. White's twenty-ninth year of praotlcu In Washington, D. U. Ofllcofeo, Sin slttliig sKSikGO TO MRS. MENOEItrS, 4J0 OTH VQS struct northwest, for tho celebrated Columbia Vull-wolglit Woolen Yurns. Stamp ing done. All materials for noodlowork. Wg5p.r0KTAI)LB GRATUS, FENDERS. ANDIRONS, FIRE SETS, Cheaper than ever. Examine onr extenslrostook before purchasing. UAYWAltD & HUTCHINSON, -12 1 Oth st. jfrg5a.CONFK0TI0NKHY. Confectionery. Tare Candles, Cakes, Pics, ruis, foreign mm uorno-mn 1 ruim. ui. GEORGE W. WEIDMAN'S, 30J Fa. avo. s, 0 WKSSiTlIB WA8HINGTGN AUOHITECTU VSS RAIi IKON AND DRIDQE WORKS. W0KK8, corner of Water and ;)2d Streets, Washington. D. C Telephone Call, 428-U. Hoofs, Urldgus, Turn-Tables, etc. Rolled Iron and Steel )ams. Channels, Angles, etc. Cust lngs of every description. Ornamontnl Cast and Wrougbt-Iron Work a specialty. Plans, Estl mates and 8tratn-8hcots promptly furnished on application. Special facllltlos for Heavy Cast ings. Capaolty of works, 0,000 tons por annum. KDWAHD L. DENT. M, Ji, Owner ana General Managor. VSSDIL HUNTER'S 1II.00D PILLS CUHE rii. all impurltlesln all Its lorms anastuges: aerotula, eazema and skin diseases speedily cured. Also excellent for urinary uml xldnoy diseases. Price 81. For sale ntbTANDIFOHD'd Pharmaoy, Oth and F n. w, Opon all night. J35S0UTHEHN INVESTMENTS IN COAL, 2 Iron and Timber Lands, A. E. HANDLE bogs to call tbu special atten tion of persons desiring to acquire suck prop erty In largo or small tracts at tho vory lowest prices. Full particulars on application. Ad dress 303 7th Bt n, w.. Washington, D. C. s NEW BOOKS. H071ERT HLSfERE. JOHN WAUD, PREACHEH. THE OWL'S NEST, by Wlstor. ItAYMOND KERSHAW, by Uox. THE STORY OFN AFRICAN FARM. W. II. MORRHON, J331 FbTHF.ET NORTHWEST. wfr,.LAl)IE8? LA11IES1 LADIES! V"!5 Mrs.MoCafferty Is tho only hat and bonnet-framu manufacturer lu. thu clt; Cull mid seo her now Shanes. Bleaoliln l.inus. iiieaon ins ami m ress. Ing. Straw and Felt Hats altered to tho lutest st) les. Orders nrainntlr attended to. loou G street 11. w. ggLOVERS OF GOOD BREAD SHOULD WHITE LILY Tho best lion In thu world. Mudebl C.W.CISSELL4C0,, Proprietors ot tbo Orlglnul Holler Mills, Georgetown, D, 0. VhgplfcFOH a00I)-FITTlN OARMENTS Wir,l.lA 1IAKT, Corner Gth undo stun w.i. . Under National IIolul. ATTORNEYS.AT-LAW; plUI'llELL UlltltlNaiOX, Attorney-at-Law, Barbour Law llulldlng 4DQ La, Ave. WASHINGTON, D. 0. Hesldcnee. No, J'JiH 11 st. Northwest. UNDERTAKERS r w1lliJii,1.e" . ,(Sutijcssor to Henry Loo's Sons), - TJ1 IsT T Ifl 14 CP ufV 3EC EI R I 3,1 PENN, AVKNUE N. W 1 bouthbldo, Branch oBico, ins Jluryluml avo, s, w. AL'dl'SsT IIUlKillOllK, rU tNlSHINO UNDERTAKER, 3101'efjn. uu.n, w,, betwetu 3d uud tHsts, Everything llntoluss. PAWNDR0KEI1S, Burn'stlno Loan OlHco, 3(llVoiiii, Avu N. W. Jloiiey loifnud on Gold and silver Wutahw, DUmonds, Juwoliy, Pistols, Guns, les' and (Jnntlcmoii's Wonrliig Apimrul. Old Ubld nnd Silvr boiuht, Uuredeoiuiid I'lod.'os 1'nr lalu La PHPTO-ENGRAING 1 HaVIng reoeutly fitted api PIlOlO.'l'.MIltlVl.Ml hr.Ull.l-sllMKNr n coiineetlou with my PATENT PlIOCEbd, t umpiepuiud tufurnlsli ILLUSTRATIONS AT NEW YOItlC PIII0E3 l'hotogruphlng on Wood for thu Trade. 2WCURICB JOYCE 418 Kiel uuth Street N. . WANTED-HEIP. Wanti:d-a wiiitk hoy Tovomc ririifttnl n nlnwi I ttxiilixi tf f 1 il HtMt.l. I I UIVIIIIII BIIIWVIII IIIUIIIIUIII X V 4111I1JI tl.17 D street. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. -lArANTHD-llHlIlT I.OADH OF OYbTKIt Y? shells, nt riOe. per load, dollvered at wood mid ini Ynnl, corner Hth nnd II streets southwest, 11. A. CI.AIIKI: SON, WANTKD Ht't'CHINTRNDKNT OUFOIHJ mini nnd two to llvo nslstntits nccont Ing toslzonml iHipulatlnii of territory In charge. Foroinnn to selcc his on n nsl"tuU. nnd to tako vnllrochnrgoiit lnKluoss, mnko col leot Ions, and superintend ilKilbution of advertising mat ter rcbitho lo tho Monthly Installmont Fay ineiitDepartinonlor tho Ciillfiunln and Houtli irn hand Company, California Monthly Knllrond ltxcursloiis, elo (do n month and expenses to foreman una 10 to niltiuUs, Kxpenscs nd Miuccd nnd salnrles paid monthly tluougliour l.'mtcrn Otlloo. Kneloso loo imstngo for full specimen lino of advertising mnttcr nnd nddross ('amfuknia and ntrriti:it.v land com pany, City of lied llliiff, California. AY ANTKD-IIY A ItliSPKCTAllfJi WIIITK ......n., n .llitndA,, n .. .I. ,,.., naala. Ill I T Wfiii.ii, ,, nil, .nun m vuuk. bun ii.oi.v nt wnshlng and Ironing) goodrllyroicrcnees; call at 20)0 1, street, between 2Uth and 21st streets, norlhwost. W ANTKD-AN OVF.KHKKH, OII.CIHKF AD vortlsnr. and tnn to tlio uislstnlits (ac cording to size of county and population); SOU a mount snuiry nnu expenses 10 uvcrseeri, nnu SKI to nsststantsl po peddling, no soliciting; duties conlliied to making collections, distribut ing printed matter, nutting up advertisements, elo., lor tho two greatest Vortune-tnakors In America tho Farmer's 810 Hro Froof Onmblna tlon-I,ock Safe (sold on monthly Installments), and tho wonderful Klcctrlo Fuel, for warming slolghs, carriages, etc., which burns without flame, smoko or odor, and will heat any vehicle 2 1 hours for 10 oonts; expenses advanced; salar ies paid eaoh month; Inclose too postugotor full specimen lino of advertising mutter to the .1 . 1, BTKriI KN8 CO.. Lebanon, Ohio; WAMTKD-.OLD OOI,D AND HtLVKft bought lor cash by WM. FHIEDI5IIICH, tho manufacturing Jeweler. U05 7th st, opp Pat ent Ofllce. PERSONAL. TU8TIF8 OLD STAND 18 THU ONLY FLAOK t) whero llrst-class second liand olothlng cm bo sold at roaneutuhlo prices, Address or uall nt 0 1 1) J) street northwest. c IV1I. HKUVICE KXAMINATION QUESTIONS auu unswois. senuAUOfcu S. W. FLYNN, A. M.. Ivy Instltuto, H w corner 8th and K its 11 w. FOR RENT ROOMS F Oil llBNT-ItOOMB-EN 8UITI5 OnHINOLIJ, for resneLlable colored nconln: In now upnrtmont houso; g.13 and water; references ru- 3ulrnd; location oumcnlent; prlco from SK to in monthly. Apply on prcmUoi In roar of 1227 Coun. avo. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. P01t SALE-IMPOlll'ANT. A nnmbor of SlIahtiT'Uscd OIIOANH AND PIANOS In perfect older, at your own prlco. Sold on 55 payments. Cull and secure u bargain. V. a. SMITH, 1120 Penna.avo. BOARDING. T 0 TIIE GOV'T PKINTINGOFFJOE EM ploycs: If you want a good, substantial meal, or board by tho day, week or month, go to L. MANOUM'S, 805 North Capitol street, at rea sonable prices. FOR RENT-MOUSES. ITIOD IIP.NT NINE-HOOM llltlCK HOUSE. J In first-class, order, 7111 North. Carolina nvenuo soiuneast; homo, S30.50. largo yard and plcaiaut GEO, V. HAIIUIN, Oil) la.iio. s. o JTtOR ItENT-WE HAVE STRUCK , "DUD rook" 110 now brick housos, oontalnlng -1 rooms each, on 2d street, near M street bouth west; only SB each, Including stable. CHAS. K. DANES, 100:i F street northwest. 17(0R KENT 2210, 2212 and 22J t TWELFTH : street northwost. mod. Imp., 81B.U0: 1005 nth st. n. w.j 0 room brick, $10. Thos. G. Hen soy & Co., 1300 F st n. Wj -poll KENT-UNFtJItNISn ED . 1214Fstnw, 23 r ,.S2S0 00 140!) Mass avo n w, IB rs loo (17 l428Massave, 14 rs ibo 00 1700 Mass avo, 17 rs 125 00 Pstn w.l'Jrs 1 125 00 1125 10th stnw. IS rs 115 00' Kll 1 21st nw, 10 rs 10000 in2Ji.Btnw.il rs 10000 1721 Conn avo. llrs ,. 100 00 17021'auvan w. ID rs , 01 07 1014 Conn ave, 10 u , 87 no 17281st nw, 13 rs B.1 tl.'l llth stn w. nonrO, 15 rs HU .'ill looiiustu w. warehouse........ , 80 00 2027 Illllycr Place. 0 rs 70 00 H17 12tntnw, 11 rs 70 00 20211 Ostnw, lira..., 70 00 Mil) 20th stnw, 10 rs., .,11. C. osoo jufcjoiu st 11 w.xurs. 05 00 1115 Net nw.llrs 05 00 nun iiist stn w.iors.,, ..'.'.;.(.. 00 00 1337 It stnw, 8 IS 00 00 20lUHlllyerPlaoo,Ors 00 00 H21 12th st nw.storu and dwg uo 00 MlSNetnw.lUrs ,..., 55 00 12 1(1 11th stnw, ors 50 00 1(138 17th st 11 W, Ors 5U DO lOUNstn w.8rs ,,.., 50 00 20.)3Gstuw, 10 is 45 00 'JUOllthstn w. 10 rs 45 00 Jllllitristn w, 10 rs 41 07 2i2(i llth stnw. 10 rs 41 07 1702 It stnw. 10 n ,..i ,,.., 4ooo 173015thst n W ., 40 00 1538 Pierce Place 40 00 1 10(1 Clmplnst, Ors 1 40 00 1 108 Chaplu st. Ors,..., 40 00 lllOChaplnst, Ois.,, ,,.,,....,. 40 00 l370Dstsw, lira 4000 2100 lithstn w. lor 40 00 I2i;i7tustnw,i) rs.... ,,...,.,. 35 00 153 120th stnw, 7 rs . 35 00 152120tllStU W.Hrs 25 00 Hill) 10th stn w,7rs 28 00 1730THnw.7rs..,.., ,,,... 20 00 2i8iststsw,ors,.,..., ' 15 00 21Olstat0W,o rs , is 00 222 1st st s w, u rs 15 00 2201ststsw.0rs ,,.,,. ,,, 15 00 22(UststK w, Olrt,.,,,. ., 15(10 Tho above houses can b'l examined by permit from our oftlce only. THOMAS J. FISH EH CO.. 1321 Fstnw. FOR SALE AND RENT. OUAL ESTATE BULLETIN THOS. E. WAGGAJIAN, 017 F Street. Changes mado Wednesdays and Suturduys. TW0.8T0RY BR10IC AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. 2210to 323 1 Boundarv stn w,'bh, 1 mis 10,000 2021 to 20 12 Boundurystn w, bh, t rms 15,700 123.1 Mut.snanw.bh, 15 is Id.ooo 200 to 20 1 0 st, and 13 JO and 1328 2d stn w, bh, 4 undo rms , 111,500 2211 to2220 1bthstuw, b ll. films,,., 13,000 2 to 0 7th st road ,..,., 11,300 1733 to 1713 E St U W, 1)11,0 rms 0,01)0 7Ulto70l)Fanagutstn w. bh.Srms.. 0,000 1 to 0, alloy bet 12th and 13th, M aud N stsu W ,....,,.. 0,000 n;iiitonriiW2;Mstnv. f ti.irs o.ooo l7itlNYavouw,bh, llrs o.-ooo 1123 20i It st n w, f ii, 0 rs, und U houses roar , 5.000 Hill Dhtnw.f h.Ors. .,, 5,000 33J8 to 33.11 P st n w, f ll, 6 rs 5.000 1217 and 1210 Madison st n w, f h, -1 rs, iui(l2 bhroar , 4,800 1 12.1 p st n w. 1) ii, m i, 7 rs 4,500 2()l3hstn w, bh, mi.7rs , 4,0i)() 113 list n n, bh, 7 rs , 4,250 0 15 and ll 10 list uo, lih, 7 rs, I.ooo ily Fun w, lih,7 rs,,.,,, ,,..,,,,,,. 3,500 UNlMl'llOVISU FItOl'ltltl'Y FOR SALE, Per foot. Hopkins st. bet Oand Tn w... , $125 list, bet N 11 avo and 25th stnw..,.,.,. 125 lil0 Bt, bet Canal and O stsu w,, 1 on 3d st, bet Nana on w,,. ,,.,..7.'o N ociii'N 11 uvo uud Pstn w ...70o (1st, but 2d aud 3d ll a, 50o 5th'st, bet VauMiuiidGst s o.. .....,,,,,.,. il()o list, bet 15thaiiil 10th mi ,, 25 o Est. but'JltlinndUBtlm w ,....2(u Istst, Into und Pa w , .,,.,. .,,ioo HOUSES FOR 11BN1'. Per month. 1)31 K st n w, S rs ,$.17 00 2121 K stu w,7r 32 oo lth Moor so cur 12th and lists n w.,,,,. 30 oo 301) a st if o, o rs 30 oo 1 114 .Mil uvo a w, 14 rs , , iio oo Teulcytown mad, m rs ..I.,,,,.,,,.,.,,,. 2500 025 Ust 11 w, 7 rs 20 51) 200 HlliiBts w, 7 rs.,, ,,,,,.,, ,,,, 20 00 2020 l)th stn w, (Irs , , ,,,, 18 0(1 2O2J0lllbt II W, II rs,,t 18 00 ilS.Myitlust, 7 is, ,,,,.,,, , 15 00 123 Fieriest 11 w, Ors if, 01) 80 Dufrees st 11 w, H rs , 5 DO 7l7 8thllic, (I 11 ,., 15 41 noMvrtlust no. 0 rs., , 15 00 Odd alley but Hand F, llth and 10th stsu W, 1 rs ,,.. .. 12 30 I CiaiidellllDWii W, 4 is,,,, ,,,.,,,, H 50 70DFiiiriiuul stnw.nrs, H 00 7 Hope uvo 11 W, I ri) ,,..,,, 8 00 HEAL I'.hTATG INVESTMENT. Bafuas U. b. bunds; (I nor uuiit,, puvablu qnar tuiljj hi sums Sloo to Bl.OO.li suutl piumium ,"Urt''a L0AN8 In sums to suit at ll per emit, Tho ubuvu Is only a portion of tlui prnpirty on my buuks. For lull IK c.ill at ollluu for bullutlu Issued 011 tho 1st and IDtU. yjgg LAMa"r. ii ZACHUY, S. K. PHILLIPS, ATTORNEYS. oc22 ly buu Uulldlng, 1.310 1' street. STRONTJA Mineral Spring Water. This extraordinary wator remarkabto as a grunt natural remedial agent nnd. at tha samo time, when carbonated, n most delightful nnd exhllnratlng bovoragu was discovered In tho Contonnlal Year 1S70, on tho farm ot Mr. O. F. Macglll, In Ualtlmoro County, situated on Green Spring avenue, about flvo mites north of Druid Hill Pnrk, and ono-quarter of a mllo from Strontla Spring station, on the Green Spring Brunch of tho Northern Central Hallway. Tho elevation Is nearly ttien hunditit ftel abma tldo. ktiontla water, while possosslng astonishing curatlrn properties, Is pspo lolly In Its highly ofTerrcsccbt state, a ilollatitful and refreshing oovcroce, promoting digestion, 010. It will euro Went nnd Jlheumatltm. Is wll relievo any disordered condition of tho Urn; Momach ami llowelt, MarrlMQ und Vyf tnttry. It will itttor Ms 7Vi of the Stomach and In croaso tho appetite. It will bo found of greut service tu Hcrvfulwt A ftctlom nnd Yeiinttt of tht .. In offering this water to tho ptihllc, tho Com pany deslros to call uttentlon to tho ttantlmg of tho iltUcnn who testify to Its worth, not know ing of another product wldoh Bhows at home higher testimonials of excellence MKDICAIi CKUTU'ICATES. From the President of tho .Board of Health for the State of Maryland. TowsoH, May 2(1, 1887. O, I. Micotr.t, Eq. Dear Air; It gives mo groat pleasuro to statu that I wus cnllroly re lieved of Musclilar Ithoumntlsm of sle ihoiiWui' standing by tho f rco tiso of your Htrontla Water. I sufTurcd much pain nnd Inability to uso my arms. 1 tried a number of remedies without effect. Notlolng tho excellent results In Dr. Chancellor's case, nnd having always a high opinion of tho water, I used It, with tho above result, and havo had no return of thollheuma tlsm. ftlnceroly yours. JACKSON PIFUR. M. D. From the Secretary of the Board of Health for the State of Maryland. IUi.timoiie, May 11, 1887. Cot. O, P. MicaiLL. VtarSlr: Your Strontla Wutorhos certainly doon ma a great deal of good. For soveral yours I suffered pulnful attacks of Kheumutlo Gout, for tho euro of wlilch I was Induced to visit tho principal springs imd water cures of Europe, as well as mnnjr lu this country, but without any posltlvo relief, than ted ltd mottbtntjttjmm dilnHng.btronlla W'aUr than from all other iomcet,anl J mint rtqard U as a xtry taluaWt rontdlal actnt. As n table wator and food sol vent It is unsurpassed, nnd especially valuable lu many forms of Dyspepsia. Very truly yours, C. W. CHANCELLOR, K. D. Wo could add hundreds of others to the above, but spaca will not permit. Manner In Which tho Water Is Put Up and Sold. FStrontla Water Is scld In effervescent condl tlou, In pint, quart and lulf-gullon glass bottles Each bottlo bears upon its fuco 11 jellow label having a red oeutro and red sldo squares, tho centra oo.iriDga inosimnooi mantronua spring houso, which conitltutos our Trade-Mark, nnd u yellow neck label having upon It the word "Strontla," The water Is also delivered In effervescent condition, la siphons and founts. In tho state In which It Is taken from tho spring. It Is sold In pint, quart and half-gallon glass bottles, labeled as abovo. .PRICE LIST: EFFERVESCENT OR NON-EFFERVESCENT. 1 Case, 10W Gallon Bottles S3 25 IDoz.Hottlos, quarts.., 170 1 Case 60 Bottles, quarts (I 00 lDoz.Bottlos, pints 125 1 Cubo, 100 bottles, pints.., , 8 00 G.G, 1412 and 1414 Ponn. Avo., WASHINGTON, D. 0., Solo Accnt for tbo District of Columbia. EDUCATIONAL. Wi t. 1 bitau.i nnuinAjii. liifu, xjii-i, X1INI, 1110 M street Mil 1128 Klavantli stroat. Hoarding and Day Bchool for young ladles ami llttlo girls. Fourteenth year opens Wednosday, Ootober 3, for reception of boarding pupllss Thursday, Ootober 4, for reooptlon of day pupils. Hits. E.J. H0MER8. 1'rlnelpal. rilllE BE1ILITZ NCIIOOL OF LANOUAOKS. TERM8 BEGIN NOW. 723 1 1TH 8T. N. W. MIKS BAI.t'11'H CIVIL SEIIVIOB INSTITUTE AND BUbINES.8 SCHOOL, 1207 10th st n w. Opon all tbe year. Pupils prepared for all examinations, j Noinvoon i.8titutk-s"elkot SCHOOL FOlt GIULS. Apply at 1407 Mass. uvo., Mr. and Mrs, W.U. CAUELL. Principals, l'tiplls reeelvoa . any time. M'DOPAMMll I,IH' Nl'IIOOL.COUNKU MASS. ave and 17th st, Wasnlngtou, D. C. Seoond session, Fub. 1 1888. Miss Cutnhoon's Evening Travel Olasi will begin Feb. 20, 1883. Tbettrst lecture on American Literature by I'ruf, Lincoln, Fob. 14, 1888. For lutormutlon address tho principal, r i,'ba ANNAJCLLI SPEICERIU BUSINESS COLLEGE, Tbion a ith 11 floors, National Bank of the Itupubllo Building, corner 7th aud Dsts. n,w. Day nnd uvuning sessions. Young mon und women nrautloally trained for self support, and useful lives. y 0 courses Tho l'ructlcul llusl ness Cuursu, Htonugraphy, Typewriting and (Jruphoph(iiiu, Pitman shorthand, Practloal English Branches, Dolsiirto Bohool of Eipres bIoii. Suliolastla your begins Monday. Septom t ember 3. College opens for urrunuemmitsou mul alter Mommy, August 27. bondfor now It lustrutud BUIiouueuiuont. HENRY ('. SPENCKlt, LL.H., Principal. MU8.8AKAA. 8PENCE1I. Vleo-Prlnolpal. MONEY TO LOAN. M ONEYTOLOAN ON HEAL ESTATE AND oilier hcuu me witnout uoiay. JAMES F. BROWN, Real Estala and Louu Broker, Hod Fstreetnurlhwest. Ciinn ll'r!, ,tus 0N llI?AL estate eSlUUlUUU In nmounts to suit. B. II, WARNER A CO., 010 Fstnw. MoT:F"to i.oasTqn "rkal estate or" flrst-cluss teourltles ut lowest rates o( In terest. No delay whero security Is good. 0 C. GREEN, . 30J7thst 11 w. MONEY 10 LOAN ONIMPHOVEDCITY REAL ustatu. MuLACHLAN A BATCIIELDElt, 1225 F st 11 W, MO.Nhl TO 1.0AX IN BUMS TO SUIT. Luwust rates, No delay. F. II. SMITH SON. 1222 F st 11 W, PIANOS. Grand, Upright and Squaro PIANO FORTES. Special attention of purchasers Is Imllcd to ' our NEW AIITISTII) S'PYLIM." Finished lu duxlgusnf "HIGHEST DEUMIATIVH ART," PIANOS FOlt RENT. Second-hand Pianos at All Prices. Wm. KNA.BI3 & Co., U17 Market Space, AMUSEMENTS. VTEW NATIONAL THEATHE. THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING Farowoll pcrformanto of IN I ttF A S O I N A T I O N-i With Its Original Cast and Magnlflcont Scenery. MONDAY, JAN. 28, 3VEr 3Sra,lj. a. Ooot3.-wH.-n. In n now dopblo bill, "CONFUSION" .and "A ROYAL REVENGE." C-CSoati now on solo for any performance. A LBAUOH'S GRAND OPERA-HOUSE. LAST PURFOltltANCES OF - America's Fnvorlto Comedienne, MAGGIE MITCHELL, Supported by CHAIiLES AUUOIT And hor own efficient company. TONIGHT AT 8. o R K V & Tour undor tho direction of Win. L. Lykcns, Next Wcqk, FANNY DAVDNPORT 3L .a. a? o s a .A- Sale of seats now open. N: EW YOIIK AVENUE MINK. UUIUIUI'UUUJK WEDNESDAY NIGHT. JANUAItYOO And Eyery Evening at 8:15, ron 0 NIGHTS ONLY-ti, PROFESSOR 0. R. GLEASON'S GUEATKST E EXHIBITION ON EARTH, rd Intrnilllelnrf I1 1 THE OHEAT STEAM ACT, THE ItAILllOAD ACT, AND ALL OF ULEASON'H NEW AND WONDEHFUL PATENTS. Positively Gleason's last visit to Washington, owing to his retirement from tho profosslou. Horses oducntod and handled froo of ohargo. Admission, 25o.j Jtcsrvod 8eats, 50o. Horses In tho ring nt 8 p. m. Exhibition at 8:15. Oct your tickets through tho dny aud avoid mu itowu iu 1110 uox omeo. OSOAlt It. OLEARON, Proprietor and Manager, pONGREGATIONAL CIIU11CU. FJHDAY KVI5NIN0, FEB. 1, AT 8, SATURDAYiAFTERNOON, 2d, at 3 o'olock. TWO (2) OHAND "ItOSENTHAL" CONCEItTS. On which occasion tho World-Rcnownod Pho nomeiml Pianist, Mollis ROSENTHAL, With tho Young Vocalist, FRITZ KHEISLEH. Chas E.Pratt Accompanist, Will uppcar for positively two performance only. Admission (Including Itosorvod Soot) St. Ctysulo of soats oommencos Monday, 28tll Jan., and contlnno at tho muslo storo of K. F, Droop, 025 1'anusylvanla avenuu, T"ERNAN'3 NEW WASHINGTON TIIEATiTeI Matlncos Mon,, Tuos., Thurs. nnd Sat, ROSS HILL'S ENGLISH FOLLY COMPANY Tho topical, musical and spcotaonlar burlcsquo PAH1SIAN HEVKLB, Next wcok Hontz-Santley Novetty und Bur Icsquo Co. Now Faces and Foatuics. TLTAHRI3' BIJOU THEATHE. WEEK JANai-Matlnees:Tucs.,Thnrs. & Sati Soventh Se&sou ami Undisputed Success of the? Whirlwind of Laughter, J.O, STEWAUT'S Funniest of all Funny Comedies, entitled tha TWO JOHNS. Tho Lurgcst Comedy Company Extant. Next Woek, DAN'L SULLY. GLOBE' THEATRE, Pomia. are., near llth street. Matinees Tues,, WedFrl. ond Sat. riRST-CLASS VABIETIES EVl'.RY NIGHT. Admission, 10, 20 and 30 cents. 'UNION FItATEItNELLE DE LANGUE FRANCA1SB Will give their OltANDE DRESS AND MASQUERADE BALL OnTUESDAY EVENING, Fobruary 5, 1880, AT EDUL'S MUSIC HALL, 708 E Street northwest, Muslo will bo furnlshod by a full Orchestra. An cnjoyuhlo evening Is promised. Gents' Tickets, 81. Ladles', 50c. SUPPER A LA CAHTE. Tickets for sola (it DROOP'S MU8I0ST0RU, BY MEMBERS, and ut tho door tho ovonlng of tho BALL TATTLE OF 8HIL0H (snow on exhibition unity from 0 a. ni. to 10 P. m, Fifteenth St., 2 blocks south of U, S. Treasury Building. EXCURSIONS. M' OUMT VElUlOX! SIGUNT YERNONl MOUNT VERNON! STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN J Leaves 7th st. Wharf dally (oxoopt Sunday) for MOUNT VliltNON At 10 o'clock 11. m. I returning, reaoliBS Wash ington about 3:30 p, m. COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS. CI S. BUNHY, COM'It OF DEEDS AND NO J. ury Publlo, 488 La. avo., opp. City Hall. T II. EVANS, 1321 F STREET NORTHWES'lC Lv. Cominlssloiu-r of Deuds lor all States and Territories, Notary Public, Hours fromO to 4:30, WOOD AND COAL. V. Baldwin Johnson, Wholesale and Retail Dualerlu Wood. axxcL Goal. And tlio Washington Ouu, to.' Coke. Completo Facilities. Hot. sm Prloos l'ull Weight and Muatt v. Wood uud Coal direct from thi,' forests ami mines by rail unit wator, and fiu from slaj, slum uud other Impurities. " aiVK ME A TRIAL. Malu Yuid and Olllue. 1101 R. I. avo. n. w. Brunch " " fillAst, s, 0, Brauoi " " .010 Hint,, s. w, , Branch oflleo fgr ordois, uornerTentn ana I ati. Branch oflleo for orders, ouruor 13th aud M U u. w, All oonnooted by tolephone. JOB PRINTING. rniioiusJiMiiMiAto. I (SuooossorstoMoOllt Wlthorow), PIHNTER3 ANU STEREOTYPERS, 1107 K street n w, Washington, D, 0, GOOD WORK AT FAIR PRICES. REAL EBTATb. rpllON.A.lllTCIIKI.L, X Heal Estate Broker, 03 lFstnw.Hootn 4. ' Speubil utluutiou paid to thu uxuhanga ot all descriptions of real ostuto aad personal prop-k irty, mining stock, olu, ' Jir,.iw. t . '.a , in, REAL ESTATE BROKEH, 1310 F st, udjolulug Sun Building. Subuiban property a specialty. ROOTS AND SHOES. 003 l'UNNA. AVIC. x-xxan CRAWFORD SHOE SOLD DIRECT TO THE CONSuMElFl BY THC MANUPACTUflE!R. d PEERLESS DYES &S.I&M r M 1 1 4 M3IWsWWfWgW'V'JiWiW'sw,hflM 8r I ,