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THE EVENING POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER. 2.J. KSSS.
. The Evening Post. OITV SPKCIAIjS. rlno AVInr unci Liquors. Chr. Xnndcr's, IKMi Rovcnth street northwest. Tho mot complete Liquor House nnd stock In the cltr, l'lno Old Whiskies of lKrtS-'TO. oto., a rpcclalty nml nlwayt 11 hand. Direct Importa tions of Fciierhcerd llros.nnd M. Mlsnflno bhtulesnnd I'orts, Aynla & Co., chateau d'Ay Champacncs, Cruso & I'lls Krcres Clnrets. llnuscl'ltting llslitlillsliinciit. John Itudden's Installment Ikhics, which nro centrally located ntti.10 ami O.l'J Seventh street northwest, ltho place to buy jour houokccp Inir outllts. Helms the larect slock of stoves, cr.rpct, furniture, ete , that ho 1ms ever kept, und Is dolus nn linmcno bnlmss ny sclllni; thorn utnuli jnlroson tho Installment plan on eay weekly or monthly payments. It I Mm llest. Ask for It, Millti' Mllwiiukco Lager Ilccr. Kor salo by nil leadliiB houses. 1'leiKiitit Valley, Dry and Sweet Catawba, $1 por gallon. Joseph I) Donnelly, 1 Ithnnd lstrcot n w. Is Your Tioperty Insured ? If not, consult flutu.r linos., intol'st. n. vr. For WnsliliiRtitn Drpsscil lleef jo to .Tnhn II. Kellv. stnllsdi-, OJO and 030 Centro Market and V!i(( nml "OS Northern Lib erty. Corned beef a specialty. Ladles' Hoyal Kid Ilntton, Common .eonB nnd Opera Too. with l'.Ucnt-l,cathor Tips, S3.00. OAnTitELi's, t)OOSeenth street. "Alilorney Uiilry Wiip;nu," Vresh Aldernev hotter, churned everr morn- Incanddollverod In !u W "Ward" iirlnts, .ll)c. tier ll. Also cottairo cheoso, buttermilk and KWtctmllk, 3c. pcrt. Croim. 15c. per qt. AXACDSTIA'S 1'KUIIi. The Town In Ituperiithc Need of VTnter Dnncur from lMrc. Tlio delay in extending tho writer initios to Anncostia leaves that town lu i cat danger from flic, and some of tho tuljoinhig villages would be at tho mercy of tho flames hccaip-o they arc too far from the Knstern Branch to securo a Mipply of water from that service. As ti means of immediate protection Citizens' Association No. 0 of Anacosta picscntctl to the Commissioners to-day a jictition for some apparatus for tho ex tinguishment of lire to be placed in the liundH of a volunteer lire company or in other hands ns tho Commissioners may deem most advisable. They state that lliov deem tho Morel llarrel Fire Kngino to be more sei vlccahlo than anything ohort of n regular steamer. The petition is signed by II. A. Llncer, J S. Barker, .. m. ureen, ti. u. iiavcnucr, n. Li. l'elty and Ciias. Barker. Cliicf Kngincor I'arris of the Fire De partment staled to an Kvknino 1'osr re porter that lie thought Mich a precau tion would bo the best thing that could bu done at pieseut. CITY NEWS I'AUAflHAl'HS. -Kev. Dr. ltaudolph McKltn of Christ Cliuuli, "ow Orleans, has accepted tho rcctoi slilp of Kplpliany Church, this city, and will nrriva about December 1. Itcv. K. SI. Slott will be asslttant rector. J. Arthur Van llurcu, who Is wanted hero for suludllug, was brought ftom lirookhn jestcrdav, whero ho was uiptured. Ho w'as taken to the Twelfth fctreetStatlou-Ilousc and held for tho U. S. .Marshal. The steamer Kxcelslor, several days over due at this port from Norfolk, has been sighted ut anchor near tho mouth of tho liappahau nock lilver by a pjssln steamer of the Wecnii lino. It Is thought her machinery Is disabled. Miu has a full cargo of freight aboard and a passenger 1 1st of between llfty and sevcuty llve persons. AliUlft'incntH. "hes Surprises du Divorce," was the play by tho French Company at Albaush'a last night, with St. Coquclln as Henri Dmnl, and ho fairly bubbled over with fun. So did everybody elm and tho audlcnco Joined In "jearllly. Tn-nhrbt Cofpiclln-Haillug, ''Krou Kroii." SJatluro to-morrow, 'Camlllc." In conjunction with Kcrnell's great show at Keniau's next week, SIcssrs. .Inko Kllr.ilu and Charles .Mitchell will appear In a spccl.il ex hibition, couinienclui; Thauksglvlu: matinee aud continuing tho week. Sir. i It. Graves, representing Kernell's new company at Kcrnan's next week, Is In the city. It's a funny snap for a variety com pany to have Graves scut out hi advance, Isn't It r This Is a Joke. AiiiUHeini'iit Notes. Professor (ileasou, the horse-tamer, will appear !u Washington tho second week In December. Sir. James Orr, business manager of Ker nell's companj, Is thu treasurer of the Pitts burg Baseball Club. corRtttown Notes. Tho canal boat Londou arrived to-day with 1,000 bushels of wheal consigned to (I. T. Dunlop. Wheat Is quoted at l.OT&t.W, and coin at .Vic. John Fisher and Samuel llootb, two tramps, wero found slceplliii on the jiretnli-cs occu pied by Johuson it Llbbcjo' lime kilns last night and were arrested by Officer Uloom, who placed u charge of vacraiK'y ugaluit them. They claimed they had permission of the proprietors. Temperature and condition of water-at 7 a. in. Great Kails, temperature, 10; condltlou, 11: lecelvhur nsenolr. temperature, )'.); condi tion at north connection, 7; condition at Miuth connection, l:l; distributing reservoir, temperature, -Ifi, condition at tullueut gate house 0; condition at cllluent gale-house, If J. llio AiitHtKiir .'()" KohIiik Club. A most pleasant party was that ulren last night at Sheldon's Hall b tlio Amateur l'wuity Jtuwlug Club, aud It lelleelcd great i redit on the management, showing tLat the hoys ciin make themselves just as congenial lu a lull room as on a row lui; party. Among the ladles pn-siut were the SUssc Sarah Hcl ileuhelinir, Itnsa Goodman, Nirab Lull). Slaud Wullaeh, mella Wolf, Henrietta Wolf, Sllss Went, llara Gindwnld, Baltic llellliruu. Ilcn llelta Ilium. -Miss Burr, .Miss llaum. MlssSIall house, Lena Balm aud Silas Nimuiir. '1 ho uuillimcu Includiil SI. A.Tnuzer, h. F. Halm, ( I, llellbiun, .1. Ituckhludcr, 11. ll.irr, M. Ilium, A Goodman, bh;. Kaufman, SI. Halm, SI i:. Mullhouse. SI. I), llosenlii-ig, A. Som iners, SI J. Warner, Alex. Wolf aud S. 0. (uuuebaum. Complaint unit CiuHt-C'iiiiiplaliit. Sirs. Mao Wolf and her boarders don't Ihe. at all lmppll together, .lames Itlchaidsou nnd his juimgwlfe, especially the latter, are thu particular thorns that ram.lo In tier side. MiH, Wolf missed a toned a fuw da,sago und fnuud It lu thu Hlcbaidsono' liuuKi Mie had Mr ltlehardsun ai rested, und In the Pollen ( mirt this moiulng Mr. Itlchardsou said that Mrs Wolf put thu towel theru und had liliu uiiested for spite. Thu ciuu was dismissed, and as soon us this was donu Mr Itlelinrdsou cluige.1 Mrs Wolf with assault, and this cusu was also dismissed. A l.neUniiiltli'rt Legacy. John W 8lncke-lls, a locksmith, who has 1 1 led li himself for nun) .Miirs In a little room over Ids ding) shop, died last week, lcilng his property to an uncle named Mc IMicsh before his death ho told Ills uncle tint ho would Hud a pleeo of juprr lu his safe telling him whiio ho "kept things." After a long teal eh a small piece of paper foldud up lu a pellet was dlseovei cd, btatlug that his mouej would til fuuud burled In tlio giouud lu fr nit of the hop A seureh was ui.iile jes ter la J, and fl.lloO was found hi tno tin bo.es. All'. lit -M)U of thu amount was ill llu and tuu tcnt pieces. lie Slny Again b l'lirtiier lllitsrll The llord' Washington col respondent eats: "Ml. lllsscll, I'lestdcut Cleieland's foimcrlaw partner, spent T tiurtdaj etching nt Oal; View, and It Is icgaided us not at all lmpinbalilo thut the Trosldent nut iuiiciv his former luw partnership with Mr. Uissell, mov ing, perhaps, to Now VorU clt. ( llrtU, thu Nimble 'tiller, llulil. Prank Curlls, the clever yellow thief, who stole tougiessmau William Uowluurn's vest mid $100 night befoio last, pic ided gulltv In the Police Court this mom Ing, iad was 'tent to Ihe grand Jury lu n500 LouJs. TimCIIAXflKS IX Ul'LES. A Salary Limit for Vlnj ers Other Auienil ' ments alio Krriir Column. At tlio meeting of tho Commlttco on lltilos, in Now York yesterday, it was decided that section !10 is to bo sttuck out and tho following inserted: Tlio com pensation for all Leaguo players for services as playera slmll'ho limited, rcg tilntcd and dcleimincd by tho classlllca tlon and crado to which such players may be nssigncd by tho secietary of tho I.cftL'iio, after tho toiminallon of tlio ehampinnshlp season, as follows: Class A, compensation JU.GOO. Class 11, compensation M.ffiiO. Class C, compensation $2.0i)0. Class D. compensation il.T.'iO. CInss K, maximum compensation $1,500. This section will not prohibit tho pay ment of extra coniDcusation for tho serv ices of ono person to each club as Held captain or team manager. lu determining tho assignment to tho diffcipnt grades halting, lidding, baso running, battery woik, cm nest team work nnd cxeinplnty conduct, both on nml off tho field at all times, will bo con bldercd as it basis for classification. Kach player upon executing u Lcnguo contract will bo obliged to miiko ntlldavit in n form proscribed by tho secretary of tho" League to tho effect Unit tho consid eration prcseilbed inhiscontract includes all salaries, bonuses, rewards, gifts, nnd emoluments, and every other form of compensation expressly or impliedly promised him for his services as player during the teun of his contract, and sat isfactory proof to tho secretary of tho Leaguo of tiny fnlso statement contained in his allldavft shall, after fair notice of such, bo blacklisted, unless tho ruling of the secietary bo rovcrsed by tho Board of Directors of tlio Leaguo upon proper appeal, hearing, and counter proof. Tho meeting of tho Commlttco on Utiles llnlshcd their labors in n short time. Among things that they did was to rpplaco the error column, at tho ic quest of tho nowsnaper men. Tho sac riilco hit was defined as si hit of any kind that was not a fair hit that moved a man up rt base. The tenth man on tho score card can bo put In tho game at any time on an even inning. When n player is hint, the tenth man need not bo put In. Jf he is, the club forfeits all right of having n substitute on the field. Hero nro the other changes: Substitutes One player, whoso namo shnll bopiintcd on tho scoro catd as an extra player, may Do suosiuuteii at tlio end oi ahy completed inning by either club, but the player retired shall not hureaftor participate in tlio game. The only change in the definition of n dead ball is thai the umnlro must he standing on foul ground If tlio ball sttlkes any part of his person or clothing. Afoul tip is defined as follows: "A foul hit, not rising abovo tlio batsman's head and caught by tlio catcher, playing i deemed. Tho amount outstanding in within ten feetof the home base, shall i moused from $145,513,150 to '.'29, 191,772. be termed a foul tip." i Tho lnercaso in tho actual circulation A now rule entitling a batter to his was 58,131,707. It had been impossible baoeis as follows: "If upon a fair hit t0 meet the demand for the denomina te ball strikes tlio poison or clothing of 1 tions of one and two dollars, and in con tho umpire on fair ground. frequence their Issuo was suspended be- Pertaining to bases, an amendment to tween October 18, 1880, nnd February il. iulo51 permits niunnor to leturn to his I 18S8. Slnco tho latter dato tho Treas baso after an umpire has declared a foul i mi-r has homi nhlo. most of the time, to without any regard to touching tlio bases, i A runner shall return to his base "if tlio1 person or clothing of the umpire Is struck uy a pan turown ny tlio catcnerto inter cept the base runner." In defining the powers of an umpiro to imposu a lino of not less than 5 or more than 23 for abusive, threatening or Im proper language to tho umpire an amend ment was randans follows: "A repetition of the offense shall subject such player to a removal ,trom tho gamo and tho im mediate substitution of another player then in uniform." An additional baso hit Is provided "when a'batled ball hits tho person or clothlng.of tho umpires standing on fait ground." It Is inovided that In tho fourth col umn of. tho tabulated scoro "shall bo placed each sncrltlco hit, which shall be credited '.to the player who shall advunco a runner, n bae on a hit other than a base hit." Tho next annual meeting will bo held In Nuw York, white tlio spring meeting will be held In Washington. In tho meantime tho Arbitration t'omniitteo will hold its annual meeting in Pittsburg on' November 30. President Young's salary was increased to $-1,000. 3Ir. Young was also made chairman of tho Arbitration Committee Thu Joint Ittilcs Commlttco s icport was icceicd and ptoved sallifactory. A Joint Playing Utiles Committee, consist ing of J. B. l).ij, A. C Spalding, and J, I, Hogars, was appointed, wliilo tho new Committee on 1'lnvcr.s will consist of Messis. Young, Spalding and Day. An lluriiitiinnto SIKtttUf). Penny Urabatu frpi-tii tho night before last at Aipilo Couuor's, on C street. He left his overcoat down stairs. In the parlor a D.igo elrect-mu'lclnn, named N'lcholas l'astarfor, waaeollunlug tlio occasion with his harp, and about I- o'clock jesterday morning tlio harpist and Dcnnj's ovtico.it dlssapcared simultaneously. The hainlst slid, when he was tried In tho Police Court this morning, that ho look the coat by mistake and It was returned and the case dismissed. Slujur lllnoil Itnluasud, Ivpry SI. lluod, convicted of obtaining $. under fahu pretenses from Doia Piludcr, whoso liusbaud was a prisoner at the Tolled Court, bus been released In $UI0 bonds. Jas. W. Tninplire) was Ills suiety. Sonuitliliig New In INirlur Cur. Tjio liufTet Parlor Cars recently constructed by tho Pullman Company for the new 11. ,t O. Limited, aro tho llnest and most luxurious mrr built by that famous company. They aro ljoy in senlto on tho 11. "c O. trains between hero und Philadelphia. Try them. OuniTJ.SO all-wool suite aie famous. No cbctip look about them. I.IK! mn 1)1103., Till & K, Manufacturing Clothiers and Tailors. Absolutely Pure. This powder necr varies. A marvel nl purity, MreiiKlhtind wholootnene. .Moro economleal llmutno ordinary kinds, und ca;inot bnoldln competition with Ihu uiultltudu of luw tent, short wciKht alum or pho(.pimlu iKJWdcis. .vxJ Ml, fWtoyAL 1AflK0 ,,0W,)K (,, liiel Wull slieet, New York. y (Trpyalhs'.is J SiA'iwi' ryt JkTv if lgl UXCIjE SAM'S STKONO BOX. Annunt lteport of tlio Treasurer of tlio United States. United States Treasurer llynlt, in his annual report on tho operations during tlio year nnd condition of tho Treasury nt tho close of tho fiscal year ended Juno -'0, 188S, reports tho net rovonuo of tho Government for the year $:i?tV.,60,074; and the net expenditures, $207,021,801 : tho surplus receipts available for tho re duction of the public debt being, $111, :Ul,27il! an lnercaso of 7,870,15 over tho year before. As compared with 18S7 tlio revenues wero .i7,S(52, 1 07 greater; nnd tho expenditures, $7,378 less. Tlio Treasury balance increased dur ing tho year from 09,22 l,:J7D to 12,. W) 1,242. Tho net chnngo of $(10,570,811.1 in tho balance was pioduced bv an in crease of 117,020,480 In Ihe assols, and adccreao of $20,033,39 tin tho liahlll- tics. Tho silver balance fell oit Tnoro I than .?'J7,000,000. Tho principal mcreaso lor ono guest. Tho report ot me com of nssels was in United States notes nnd mitteo was ndopted. deposits in Nntionnl banks, and tho principal decrease of liabilities in tho public debt and tho funds for tho re demption of National bank notes. Thcro was n not decrenso of $71,788, 020 during tlio fiscal year in the princi cal of tlio intorcsl-uearlne debt. Tlio total purchases of bonds for the sinking j fund and out of surplus revenues wero $j1,404,:',0O, tho net premium paid, o cluslvo of ncctued interest, being $8,270, 842.40. Tho gold and silver coin bullion in tho country and all kinds of notes nnd certificates outstanding, on Juno 30, 1837, amounted to $1,025, 'J5!I,S82, and on Juno 30 1SS8. to 2.093 502,072. Tho stock of gold and silver inn eased during tho year from $1,007,513,901 to $1,092,391,090 mostly in gold. Tho increase in tho volume of tho paper circulation wns $110,:U0.055in tho ninount of certificates and a falling off of $20,893,531.55 in tho total of notes and fractional cuirency. Tho redemption of United Slates notes at tho Treasury during tho year amounted to 03.052,000. Slnco tho re demption of specie payments only $2(1, 730.151 have been redeemed in gold. "With tho increase of coin certificates, of which there uro now inoro than of legal tenders, tho Importance of the latter m tho circulation has declined. Tlio de nominations below ten dollars aro being displaced by silver certificates, aud those nhovo one hundred dollars largely by gold certificates. The volume of gold certificates out standing incicased $20,530,333, teaching l42.0i3.150. tlio highest point vet noted at tho end of any fiscal year. Taking into nccount tho decrcaso of amount in the Treasury, the total lnercaso of tho circulation was $29,001,143. There wero issued $103,890,000 or silver certificates, mostly of tho denominations of ten dol- lnr nml unilnr. nml A9I 017.HTS u'pni rn. furnish them as tlioy have beenasked for. Tho coinage of silver dollars dining the year amounted to32,484,078, making tlio total coinage $299,424,700. Tlio In- ctcaso of tho net distribution was only $39,150. Owing to tho scarcity of ono and two dollar notes and tho demand for tlio movement of crops nearly nine millions weio drawn into chculation "between May and November, 1887, but when tho notes wore again to bo had tho dollars came back to the Treasury as fast as'thoi"' had gone out. Tho treasuicr is of tho opinion that the people havo all of these coins they want or are willing to take, and recom mend that if the purchases of silver aro to'continuo tho bullion be put into forms of heavy bars or Ingots, ntguing Unit tho present supply of tho dollars will ho sufficient for any demand thcro is likely to be for them; and that any lnercaso of tho certificate circulation could bo based with perfect safety on tho uncoined metal. .1IAltUIlCI. STKItMNQ-I'lllCK.-On Wednesday oven Iiib, November 21, 1888, at thoresldotuoot tho Hon. lllrum 1'rlee, In this city. Mls biislo 1) l'rlco to Sir. Theo. W. bterllng, both of New York city. nii:n. Wl'ltltITT.-nn Thursday, November 22, 1K8S, at 1 o'clock a. in., lui Nichols llurrltt, la the 'Itith year of Ids use. 1'iineral services at hi late residence, 1IM 1 I street northwest, yatuiduy, No ember 21, ut 2 o'uluck p. m. Interment at Mount Olivet C'emo toiy. WELCH. On Not ember 22. 1R88. at H.-20n. in., Lena w bilovrd wlfu of William T. Welch, In her 21st i'.ir. datichtcr ot the lata Fdwanl M, and .Martini Dmvllnir, and guinddaughterof the lttlo (icoriro ilattlncty. l'luierul from her late residence, nil) Sixth strict Miuthwest, f-aturday mornlne, November 2l,ntti..lu. Silemu ieiiuem mass atM. JJoin lulu's Church at 10 o'clock. 1IAOAN- At noon, Wednesday, Nmcmber21, tH, .lames llagan, Jr. only mid beioi:d son of .lames and .Margaret Itagan, III tho2Uth)ear ut his iik'o I'tineral from the rcsldeneo of his parents, 1U.S Y street northwest, on butuiduv. November 'Jl. 1H88 at U o'clock a. m., theneo to .St. Aloyslus t'hureli, where requiem mass will buofferudup for thu rcKisu of his soul. 1'rlcnds and lelatlvi's mu lespeettnlly invited to attend. Interment at lUilcroodeleinetery ISovKinns In Jjlack Goous. SKATON IT.IIIiy, (hueeessoi' to Perry & llio.) INVITES AN INbl'KO-MON OP HIS EW.OANT STOCK OP IMl'OUTEII 11LACN 'iltl'.Ss l'Alllt'CS, NOVEI. Ill.s IN Ll'l'IN'S, 11AVL' I.O.NO. MaHIB (1AIANTA, UAdli.MIHK l.O.N'it, TIIIIICl' OLOI'HS. OAMKL's I1.MIIS. .MEltVKILI.EUX I)UT D'AI.MA. CIIUUIIAH, IUIAI' U'AL Mi. HAS AND i-EKIM M'KI'.CTH. "EXTKA INULOKMKNT't" IN l'ltKNCII ALI, WOOL ULACK IIHNllir.TTAB ANT) CASH MKIIEd, 10 INCHES WIDE, AT 6Uc. AND fl.'lie. 1(1 1 NUH KB WIDE, AT 7.10., 87ki.. SI, $1.23 AM) SI fill. l'HIKn.i:Y'H IINOLISH SILKWAUPIILA K llENItH'.TTAS, HANOING FItO.M' $1 TO $3 I'Ell VAI(I). I'ltlhM'LUY'S 11I.ACK IMPKHIAL hRUOES, MKLltOSK CI.Ol'HS, UIIEI'K C'Lunit). COS VE.ST CLOTH". CLAlHHTt'K VEATIIEIt ( I.OI IIS AND TAMloE CLOTHS, JJNfli LSI1 lll.ACM MOI1AIHM ANIlhlOII.IENNES: LU PIN'S 11LACK C'AUMELITE VfclLS, VKOM J.tTO .1. CuUItPALD'S ENGLISH CItEI'I'.S AND VEILS, NEW lll.ACi; CANTON CltEI'ES AND CUEI'E ltK CHINE. NEW ALL-WOOL 11LACKUAUIT CLOTHS AT -fteA.NDSl. NEW IHClf VltENCH H'lOADCLOlHS, IUNfllN(ll'ltOM3 .M'IOgg(l, NEW LVONH MOl'llNINO bILKS, HANQINU KHOM jl TO I1d(I. LUPIN'S THINOED. HEMMED AND CHAPE- llOUDEltED THII1E1' Altl) CAMEL'S llAIlt SIIAWI.s. ALLI'ltlCES NOVELTIES IN 1II.ACK SILK UMHIIELLAS, AM I'll MOUItNINtl STICKS AND MOUNT- l.s'tis. THEIOUSSE & CO.'S I1LACK KID OLOVES. NEW "TAST IILAOK" COTTuN LISLE. SILK ASI) CASIIMEIli: HOSE AT LOWE1, 1' l'HIOES. NOVELTIES IN lll.ACIt JACKETS AND nhw'Ympohtkd ulack jeiiseys, ALL SIZES, ItANOINO I'ltOM $2 60 '10SH NOVKL'llEI IN MOUHNINU HANDKEH- SS-l'LAlN I'lCUHES AN!' COltltECTPHICES. BEATON I'EIIHY, Terry Hulldlnir, ivnusylvaiila avenue, cornor oi Ninth street. Estubllshud lrilll jJNpEnTAKERS. I MI1.I.IA3I I.tiK (Succossor to Henry I-eo's fcons), -TJITiaEiaST.KlElXl aa'j ri!NN. AViiNui: n. v bouth bide llraneh oftlce, 408 Maryland live. a. w. A i'uunisiiinq'unukiit.vkiiu. IIIIIILT IIIIIII.IIIIIIl' .- II1U renn, uve, il. w between ltd ancl II I sts. Till: COMIX!) COXVKXTION. Mcmliom of the Imposition Committee Meet nml l'rcpnru I'liins. About fifty-seven members of tho World's Imposition commltleo met at AVillnrd's Hotel last night to ntrango for tho convention of the Jfatloua' Board, which will bo held heio December 4th. Commissioner Webb, chairman of tho oxccullvo committee, picslded oVor tlio meeting last night. Tho report of the commlttco on con vention nnd baiKjucl was juescnlcd by Chairman Jt. si. I'atker. IIo suggested tho necessity of a full attendance of the citizens at tho convention. As a plan for raising money for tlio banquet, tlio commlttco suggested that as thcro wero 275 accepted members of tho commlttco and 150 invited guests wero expected, thnt each lucmbcr of tho executive committee ho called upon to subscribe S10. whlnh would bo Hitlllciont to pay for his own dinner and provide iho chair was instructed to appoint n committee for each delegation in Con gross, whoso duly It should be to bco each Member anil Senator and get his views on tho pending legislation and re port to tho coininitfec. Heinarks were mndo bv Gnnernl BclkiinnniidMr. Ililllct Kllbourn, urging tho cltiens to tako a personal Intnrrat. in thn matter of bring ing inllucnco to benr upon Congress to secure favorable action this session upon tho plans for the exposition. A Wi:i)l)IX(l AT 1'KIXCRTHX. l'rof. Green's DniiRliter Slurried tn l'rof. ,1. St. llnlilwlii. PniKCCTON, N, J., Nov. 23. Mnrquand Chapel was very prettily decorated to day with rocs nnd evergreens for tho wedding ot Prof. James JIark Baldwin, Lake Forest University, and Miss Helen M. Green, daughter "of Prof. "William Henry Green, D. 1)., LTi.D., of Prince ton Seminary. Jloro than six hundred invitations wero issued and most of them were accepted. A largo number of prominent persons from Now York, Philadelphia and elsc wheio wore present. Misses Kato Stock ton, Sarah Dufllold. Baldwin, Comstock, l.ovcll and Hayes wero tho bridesmaids. Miss Phillips, cousin of tho biidc. was maid of honor. Tlio ushcis were Kred Ltbbcy, John Wcstcott, Gcorgo Iloynolds, Kelloy Prentiss, Air. llaiper andClaudo Hroadhcad. How Dr. Green, father of tlio bride, was tho olliciating cleigyman, assisted by Bev. II. G. Nins dale, of Princeton. Ptof. William Lib bey, brother-in-law of tho bride, gavo her away. A largo reception followed at tho homo of Dr. Green, after which tlio bride and groom started on a wedding trip. A X0TCI1 BAXK THIEF. "I.lltlu Horace" In tin- Custody of Toronto l'oltee. TonosTO, Ont., -Now 23, Advices from Philadelphia leave littlo room for doubt that the confidence man, Henry Hunter, who Is under arrest here, is Horace Ilovan, alias "Iiittlo Horace," ono of tho most notorious bank thieves in tho world. Detectives havo secured a walking stick which ho ordered from a machinist heforo his arrest and which was com pleted yesterday. Il works like an au tomatic pencil a pair of steel tweezers at the bottom being separated by a silver band near tho top. His conviction (which seems certain) and his character will get him a long tcim, doubtless, in the penitentiary. lli l.nnil I'uri'liiiso lllll. I.omion, 'Nov. CX lu tho Itonmiof Com mons tho hand Turclusc -Intension bill was read tlio second time by a Toto of 290 to SSI." Divided, We Stand; United, We Pall. That is to say, if we unite with others to uphold big prices we fall, because we are not patronized. On the other hand, if we divide our bargains with the people we stand. Therefore, we are going to do more than divide with you this week, and hope it will be appreciated. 10o Ladles' Mack, Colored mid bliipod Hoso 5o llio Missus' Mack, Colored und Striped Hose, tie. lUlSoMlHies'and Hoys' 1'ieiieh lllbbcd Hose, split feet OH'). 23o Mlsse' full regular mado Mack Hoso, lai'L'U 3l7US, I'JMu. J.'io Men's full regular mado Half Hose, plain and stripe, I2K1'- 2Uo Ladles' H.Ik einbroldercd hack Cashmero ahues.r.MtoH. Hie l!)u Ludlun' sllk-embuilderod back Olovos, fii to 8, 2im. 4tlo Misses' Knit Vests, silk finish, pearl but- ions, iiu sizus. hi i -i - ic. Olio Ladles' Muck llustUn Hali'MuffH, ilUe. Sl.lDMIssos' line lleavrr Mutts, satin lined. ODo. 32.10 lljtdles' Alaska Tlush Tur .Muff, satin lined, 81. -1U. 2.1o Misses' linnd-knlt Toboggans, wlilto und colors, 21c. t0u.Mlsei.'hnnd-knlt ToboK;nns, whlto und colors, 'Mu. dlle Infants' flue liand-knlt Tobovans, ull whl o.-tllo. llio Men's Hed Knit Undershirts, Olio. Vile Men's ld.it Knit Cndei-hlrls, OOu. Mia Men's Hed Knit L niUrshlrts. (I'lo. (il)o.Men'ii Hed Knit UiiuVrshlrta 7Uo ?l.:ill Men's Hed Knit Uiulershlrts. SI. 10. SI. Ill Men's Hed Knit fulershlits. SI vi). J. 71) Men's Hed Knii Undershlits, il.17. Inawcisto match all. WE HAVE M ., "wii1''' 80lld I,cal ,,ir ta- sioos' 9s ii to "'llojs' solid Heal C,!, Uea Shoes, sizes I to 5, Youths' Si'iiin iw; I1,,k 61,01-n.nll solid. Htlo. I.liuie'1)' willil ie-u,t her Dnn-rnliL llntlnn hl..u.. worki .lit liolui, bl'V, " "" I.iLilles' Hiillil i( ni her Pi.Miln warrnntod solid Button Slious, Oa. -Now, It ycja iJllv (l pnlr of jIon,R Shoes this week c Wll ,full yo jI(1,H' Ituhhera for 2. f you ))UV j,.1(1Cj. Shoes you gcjUillcs' Uubborri for 15c, it yon uuy upair ot vissusi ,. (jlilldi ua'a Shoos yoi can km a pair of .Migs' or Childioisltubhcrs im ijy. AUFBA1TS A Double Combination, 1241 & 1243 th St. S. E. KXOIilSH OEMS. I'riun Children' 1'rlm Slnrlcit Written fur tlio t'rrss.l A Western paper recently look its turn in the fashion of tho day nt stimulating schoolchildren to wilto stoilcs Torn prlo. And nftcrwmd printed about a column of gems from tho rojectcd manuscripts. Here men fow: "Corn Brown was fortunately tho pos sessor of n birthday, for she was tho daughter of rich friends." "But all this time n cloud was gather ing over .Mrs. Dclnney which glow largo ns years went by, and that cloud was full of gtnsshoppeis." 'Hut they knew they had something In their hearts better than n Christmas tree. They had Jesus In their hearts and they 'had only n few potatoes and Homo salt." "The .Tows celebrate Christmas in tho slimmer." "She forgot the Loul and all his bless Ings nnd after that sho wont and got mar ried." "I will remark to satisfy tlio reader Hint theso years wcie spent among the cloudy sorrows and sunshiny Joys by which everybody's childhood Is interspersed." "My father desired mo to marry u bank president, a handsome, reckless man, fond ot naught snvo tho gaming table." "In tho year 1770 Mrs. It. was given a very lino sowing machine." " 'Vat I dcir you, vat 1 dell you?" shouted tho Irishman." "As she entered tho room a cold, damp smell met her sight." "Do you think, littlo reader, that Jesus hung up his stocking Christmas ovo to bo filled by Santa Claus? If you do, you nro much mistaken. And why did ho not? Ono reason was that ho had none. And why hnd ho none? Because ho was born in tho torrid zone, whoro blockings nro never used, nor aro they to this day.'" "I.Uiti, without a moment's hesitation or cowardly contemplation, proceeded to turn n graceful somei sault on tho long suffering lounge," Ago of Leila 10 years. ' m AUTIlim OP UtlllKUT MiSMEUK." Sirs. Humphry Wuril'K I.lturary Career nml l'ersouallly. In Jlrs. Htiinphry Ward, tho author of "Jtohcrt Klsincto," tho world, without ft tloultt, sues a woman who wishes thnt It wero indeed possthlu to mbllsh one's first nnd second hooks after one's third and moU successful work has appeared nnd prepared tho golden wny. To listen to tho author of .Miss lhetlietton." or yet to tho author or ".Mllly and Oily," tho world stopped n very little while; hut to tlio author ot "itouert r.ismero" mo world has hearkened with all the meek ness of n fairy-loving child for months. In the Ileitis of ess.iyism and magazine criticism Jlrs. Ward has dono mnio than pioviously in fiction. Her critical articles show tho vaticty of her tastes, as well as her' familiarity with the modern litera ture of thu Latin laces. A jilance at somo of theses papers tluows considerable light upon Mrs. Ward's intellectual nttain inunts and upon tho diameter of her crit ical work. Amniii; Ilium nro articles on "-Matins, tho Kpleitrcan," a rovlow of Waller l'atei's book with that title; "Stylo nnd Miss Austen," a churmluc essay apropos of thu leccntly discovered lutlcrs by tho author of "I'rido und Prejudice;" "A Swiss Peasant Xovclist." a sketch of thu lift and u ruview of tlio wotks of Albert Uli.ius, who wrote un der tho pseudonym of ".Totcmlas Gottlieli," mid "M. Kenan's Autoblog raphy." , -t rn Peiboimlly Mrs. Waul is .short, rather heavy in build, very pale, and gnejcjeilj witu uriiiuint, tiioutrii smau, imri; eyes. Gcncaloslcally as well as by culture nnd in mind Mrs. ward is first, last aud al ways an Arnold. STORE HEWS WOODWAItl) & LOTHItOr. CHILIHtKN'S OAIt.MHNTS. HTelulo stylos In Children's Suits, mado up In a superior manner of tho llnest of this senson's fabrics. Xovcr befoio wero tho styles so unique, at tractive and becoming, andwu holiovo you will admit, after looklnp thioueh this stock, that It pays to buy them ready-made. Wo can sell you an oxeol lent suit for children 1, 5, 1) nnd 3 years of nso us low as $!, and from this prlco wo go, with frequent stops, up to S18. MISSKS" SUITS. What wo havo raid about tho Chil dren' faults Is equally applicable to Jllsscs. You will bo gm prised at tho cxcollont taste displayed In tho draping nnd finishing of theso drosoi, whllo tho woik would bo no dlscicdlt to any llrst class dicsimaker In this city. ClIIl.TlItUN'S ANH .MISdKS CLOAKS. Wo liuvoaraln ml led to this already large stock, and wo beltovo our proscnt lhmlasno equal heiotboutf. Many of thostjlos closely follow thoso nowpio i ailing In the Ladles' Long (Jarmcuta, und wo linlto sour early Inspection. iThhd door ) '""' W1IA1' SPECIALS. ,'fs"' Ladles' l'lno Ihalihilmmed Cloth Jlodjeskus, In av''iSluo and Ulack. A iu cry MyUitlf'und bonlteublo Wiutcr WruiN-.only$0 each. I'tdlcs' "Hold Medal bcal l'lusli y Kacqi.cs, leal si'iils'iln ornauicuts, und lined with a lino grade ol quilted satin, Only S22.no each. '1 licso havo no equal for kooiI money's worth. ITliInl Hoor.) JlHlbLVb. Tho now Jcrsejs havo conio nt last. You who havo waited wlllbo-fully repaid, as wo baonot shown tholrcqu.il this sensoq, I'lalu, Plaited, Smoekcd, llraldod. and olhcr entirely new and equally attractive ttylos, at prices nliloh lmo heieloforo prevnlleil for .leivejs not nearsodoslrablo. If you n'ro In teaichof tho best and "latest" lu Jertoys, Jou should see these. (Thlul Hoor) liOViJ' CLOTIIINO. blendld line ot Hoys' Kilt Overcoats, '.'S&todyeais, Sf to $10. Hxtcuslio assortment "f Hoys' Over coalh, In nil tho po(ilar heavy dollis, Hh mid wilhoul QiH, sized to 17 jeais. S.'i tu $HI each, Ijittiit arotyof Hoys' Qn nnd Two I'kio r'.uiey KlltHi'ts.ln I'lalu bl.ailes, Taney t'heeks, I'htlds nid Jllxliuea, S?.no. i'J, S1.BU, J-l, S l-ii S 1.73, $." up loSH.r,0 each. llojs' bulls, 1 lo IB cur, SI per Hull, lletler qualities UptoSlU bulls of every populai winter fabrlo, mado up In tit- mo.l attractive styles, nt thu lowest possible itIcm. (Third Hoor.) AV00DWARD 8c L0THR0P, Ciunor Mill und l'btreets N. W, JOHN Hie Oldest and Largest Music House in the City, NO. 937 PH, KB. NEAR TENTH STREET., Dealers in Pianos, Organs, Foreign and American Sheet Music, BVSusic Books, Musical Bnstruments and Musical Mer chandise of all kinds. Pianos for Rent or Sale at moderate prices and on accommodating terms. Pianos Tuned and moved by competent workmen. Telephone, R3o. 18. oel m.w.tf-tJii Gas Stoves for Cooking! Gas Hollers at Si. 15 nnd Sl.oO for Instantly making Tea or Colfeo. G-.A.S COOKERS For largo and small fanilllos. ) ust tho stovo for summer use, us you extinguish tlio lira ths Instant tho cooking Is dono. l''or salo by the WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 TJen-tjIla. S-bnreetJ UST. AAr. NEM FRUITS. Raisins, Figs, Prunes, Nuts, Dates, Malaga Grapes, Bananas, Florida Oranges and Lemons. JOHNH.MAGRUDER, 1417 New York Ave. and I I 22 Connecticut Ave. TORONTO SPEED CONTEST. 1(1 St IPSp?? m Tlio Whining Typewriter. THE UEMIXGTONL GENT'S FURNISHINGS. AMinl'ir77r5L .. MS -$CiS recKi'E BEST IS BEST Thro' the World. kir'k'k-k'kicir'k-k , 'OUR FALL OPENING OV Dent's Gloves (Mo seconds), Ferrin's Gloves (No seconds), Fownes' Gloves iNo seconds), AMD OUH Shirts to Measure Cannot Be Excelled. TYSSOWSKI BROS IMPOBTH1BB, Cor. 15th and C Sts PHOTO-ENGRAVING Having recently lltted upa I'HOlO.l.MlltUT.Mi KVIAIIhllllJIIAr In connection with my I'ATKNT l'HOUESM, I um prepaied tofuiulsli ll.I.UbTHATIOXS AT -NHW VOItK 1'IIICBS riioto.'iiiphliijoii Wood furthuTiudu. u Ktym v jsv-'-syiniLXrii! 7HURICEJOYCElrjRY ? GOODS 418 i;luwntll!Hleet. W STATIONERY RIDER & ADDISON, Wholesale und Hetall Healers In PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY, .111 ICIkIiIU Ml. N, XV., Hour I'u. Ave. Ordv-isor luquests lor iiuotatnius kUcii per bOir..l utteiitlon, and natlsfautlou KUaranlooil in leu und quality. BCBBBRiDe ftWCe Aro thn JlItliT. S bi.mi.LiWU VUKO BI boumvuatouuTA ELLIS fi IjO., (IlllcrlintlolKil for VorM'.H CIuiiii. Itlouslilp.) Duslnoss corrcspondonco and lc'.il lostl mony: GOLD MHDAL, 03.7 words por mlnuto. SII.VKU SIKDAL, 1)3.11 wold? per niluuto JIomorl7ed sentuueo (flvo inlnutas) lilia words eoru'i'tly written. (C'nllgrap'i Iosi less than -17 words correctly wrlttuuj tSeud for "Tcstliiionyot the Camera." Wyckoff, Seamans & Senedict Cor. 8th and F Sts. N. W. sell d&Sli FINE FAMILY FLOUR. u.si; ointr.s. sriati.iNc. iuinm:oi.a. uii.t ntxir. in- (10I.1J1JN II1LI. DnLOTJS, Ami you ".'111 always havo beautiful Uroad, Kolls und Ulstttlts. Vholes.ilo Depot, cornar l'lrst street aud Inul..na u venue. WM, M. GALT & CO. STEftMBOATG. ITIOK.NOIUOI.K, 1)1,11 1'IIIS 1' AMI TIIH SOU I'll. SteamcrOKOlinK I.KAHV loaves Wuhluijton Jlouday, Woilui'sdarund t'rldiy, ntli p. m. Steamer i,)V 01' THK I,.IC1!, Tcsd.iv, ThuiviUyandbaturday, at 0 p. in., from Sixth btrcet Whaif. bluamer I.cnrv lands ut I'Iney I'olnt golns and returuliu. Lady of the Lake lands nt Cornfield Harbor nml Colonial lleauli ou S tturd.tys Htuaiuar iromWushlnutouiliiily.liiuliidliw Sundays, until further notice. Mimlay ut t) p. m. l'aro, biturday exuurslou, lettiru Moulay 7 a, in., SU round nip. Ciinnoetions mado nt Norfolk with Old Do inlnlou bteamshlo Company for Jfew York. Knox nnd Lloyd Kpiesswlil unit an I chum liaamiiro nt hiitul und piWiit'irosldouum. Tuluphoao oall Leaiv, 7l'iJ. Jljwloy, l'aie, S'J. 1'. WKLCII, bunt. 1'. U. Co. OKI). 1'. l'HILLird. biipt, I. ,3 DRY GOOUS. "WM. 11. Riley, Currier Ninth and E Streets Northwest, lsoluslu.'uul all kinds of At Very tedileel Hates. E. G. DAVIS. ELACK t DRESS GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, Liici, ttml Tilniiulnifn, 7x9 Murket Space, WaahiuKton, D, C. U. S. STAMPS WANTED. Depaitment st.impi, Match, Medh luu und 1111 llineollcctliuih iHiu.ht tor e.in lull 011 1 II, Ml.M:i-I nt Willaul's Hotel, haturday, 'JHh HumUtoQ p, 111. I LHjiLilii& ffigW jirerjiuins urat cuius. -.