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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC. FKIDAY KVENING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1888.
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WASHTNGTOy OK1TEC.
CITV SPKOIAIjS.
Clcurs, Clear, Tobacco, &c.
"Opora lloiinuct," "Opera nownift" Ctaars 5o.
each. "Sriborosti" Clwm, .snboroiH"Olenra uo.
Liberal discount by tho box. Flrst-claM ohow
tncamlsmoklnttobaoeooittt low-tr .iirlces than
elsewhere. Lover of tho word will do well to
call ami examine tlicso splendid Roods.
M. As r. JlMT.nr.tt,
'117 Hovcnth street n.w.
Nntlnnnl fifoatroitiibltiiiitr
Will find Sullivan's plnoo. nt 1SI0.1 M sticot, mi
excellent resort for refreshments between tho
nets.
Solid Oak Itcil-ltonmSiit, S-8.
William II. ltoushton & Co. nro now open innd
ready tor biutnoss at. tbolr closant now store,
Jills and I'iSOFst. n. w. Tlipjrarn oliurliw a
Mid o.ttt boil room sot (threo pices) nt $28, tho
bust vatuo for tlio money In tlio city. 'their
Mock hi Interior decoration, ilrniiorley. parlor
mill chamber furnltiiro. wood-work, wall naiier,
lacos, Irlniros, bedtime carpets, rum, dlnlny
room furniture, mantel?, Uloj, bramoi ami are
ola! desljcnlnff Is complete mid Inexhaustible at
prices no ono can complain of. TM firm m.iKM a
ipcclalty of a certain ulass of tfoods that can
not bo found In any othor oitnhlUlimcnt south
of Now York. After an oxperlonco of nearly
MVontecn year. In this buslnesi. wo solicit your
trado and orders find Rimnintoo all tiricoi, bo
Hovlnethat wo can do as well as nny llrmln
our lino.
,T
ItOIIIOVIll.
T. Dyer lias removed bis roal ostato omoo 10
VMl V etreot northwost.
tier your coal at low p:
irtor; telophono (HKl-7,
Carton
irlcoj tliU month. S. C.
Hmnolionjiors
will find It to tholr iidvantasn to osamlno tlio
Mne-c uf Furniture. Carpels and Stoves that Is
offered for tho next thirty days nt 'JO per con t.
below regular prices, at tho Mammoth Instal
ment Homo of John nuildcn.O.'lO and IK'.'J Sev
cuth street northwest. All on small weekly or
monthlv payments to suit purchasers. 1 hi ex
cellent opportunity Is seldom oirerod to buyers
on tho imlutincnt plan.
"Willis Ico Co.'s l'cnolucot Ico-rod wneous.
I'or WnMiliiBtim .Spring T.imili
Co to John It. Kcllv. stalls (12S. 2l) and (WO
C'entro Jfarkot and 200 and 203 Northern Lib
erty. Corned beof a specialty.
It ! tho Itost.
Ask for It. Schlltz's Milwaukee Lager I'oer.
For sale by all Icadhu; bouses.
I.iulles' ltoval Kid Mutton, Common Sonso
nnd Opera Too. with ratent-I.eflthor Tips, $11.50.
(Uhtiiki.i.V, 1)00 Hovouth strool.
Lithograph Cheok liimkH trndo to order.
TIaiidsomo doslcns. Keiivank. 1012 I'ennsyl
vanla nvcmio.
Wcluivo reduced another lot of flno suttlnt;
to 320 to order, j'.lsoman JJros., corner 7tb
and IS, mniiufnoturlnB tillors and clothiers.
Vlsltlnp: CanlH neatly onsravod from your
plates at 75 cunts per hundred. Kkhvanu, 1012
l'cunsylvanla avcnuo.
Is Your l'rnparty Insured ?
If not, consult Uuiar.r Hans., 1310 1" st. n. w.
Monograms and address dies stnmpod In
colors nt low figures. Kiiuvanh's, 1012 Penn
sylvania avenue.
...
"Alilernoy Dairy Wagons."
Fresh Alderney butter, churned ovory morn
Ins and dollvcrod In yt v "Ward" prints, .10o.
per lb. Also cottneo chceso, buttermilk and
sweet milk, 5c. per qt. Cream, ino.per t.
AVKST WASHINGTON.
Meeting of Citizens' Suli-Coinmittcu.
A nicotine; of tho Sub-committee, on
Etrcots and Itallroads nt tho Georgetown
Citizens' Association was hold last nlghl.
at Association Hall, to consular tho method
of tho application of power In Iho linwoscd
Georgetown & Tcnleytown ltalhoad. A
comtnltleo conlslliie; of .Tulm T. Mitchell
and John Lcoteh was appointed to cotiMilt
with iho otllcc.M of tha iiropn-ort i-o,iil as
u tho bet method of llio application of
raid powor and at. tho sumo time protect
Iho Interost of tho citizens. This nub
cominltleo will report In a special mooting
(it tho Citizen' Association at Association
Hall on Monclaj ovcillnc; nnxt. Tho asn
elation doos not wish to bo understood as
uttering opposition to the io.nl. but only
doslies thai tin light, nt citizens shall bo
protected In tho matter. , -,
. Democratic Clult Meutlui;.
mcottng of Iho (Jcoigotowu Clovcland
,&, Tliurmaii Club was held at. tha olllco
uf Mr. C. II. I'lclilliiR last night, and u
)cinianonl cngniilzattun olfcclcil by tho
c.'CMllou of tho following olllcei's: M. A.
IklrGuwaii, president; Allhili- Bmall, vlci
piosldenl ; V. II. Mnuugue, Rccrctni-y, anil
Ililgli nivlno, tiensiiief. Rniutlvo com
inlitcj: It. L. Cmplcy; Chac. II. Fielding
tind T. JIuhcr. rinanco cummlltoo: C'has.
Whcntloy: V. A. Onidan; W. T.
Whcalley; F. V. omit and 1. JlcJiltyio.
The club Is In a flourishing condition,
and has about fifty names on Its mil of
membership. A roinmltteo was appointed
to arrange for the dedication of tho ling
polo, which will tnl'.o plaeo In tho eaily
lial't of October. Tho club adjourned to
meet nc.t Friday at employ's Hall, wheio
the meetings will bo hold In (lie liuilio.
Notes About Town.
' Tho boat London arilveil today with
1,600 bushels of wheat, consigned to G.
T. Diinlnp.
Tho death of Mr. Frnllnuii.l KHb. man
tloncd In yteterdav' Clitic, took place, at
his lato lfhlileneo on Twcnty-foiiiih Mlrcct.
Jlr. King had been nlcK foi soino tlmo wllh
tvphold fever ami was thought In bo In
no Inimcillalo danger, but yoitouliy morn
ing In grew altirmliigl.v III unit hl.s family
was iiiiiiiiiinncd tn hK boil-slibi. but ho died
beforo Ihoy l-oachud Iho bouse.
Tonipcratiiro and condition of water at
7 ' a. m.: Great. Falls, tomnorafiuo, 08:
condition, 2; rcoilvnig rcsnnolr, tonivvra
t lire, 7.7: condition ut north connect Ion,
5; eondlllon at miiiIIi conneetlon. 7 ', dlKlii
billing rejiH-vnlr. toiuperatui'e, 72: cciud.tlon
nt luituo'it gaic-hoii'.o, -t; coudltlou ut
efllucnt palo-hoiwa, 0.
Obstruiitliig tlio Streets,
.Tttdgo Miller has taken tho personal
bunds of sovoii Italians who have been
obstructing tho street In front of tho
Viovornmciit Viintltiif Olllco. Complaint,
bad been niailo by tho merchants of that
locality.
JmprovumolitH In .Southeast Washington,
According to the lecent amendment of the
charter of tho Aiiauostiu ami l'otomnellnllroad
that line whs given peiinltBlon to lay a branch
along 11 otruet bouthrnst. This c.innot bo
done, however, until tho stieet lb improved,
and, as the residents of .Southeast WuMiluglon
aro desirous of having the railway, (.'Ulceus'
Association No 'i held n meeting last ulglit
and adopted resolutions asking Unit the stiect
bo Improved from Kluventh "to Seventeenth
streets, and that Fifteenth direct bo Improved
from Mar land avenue northeast to K street
southeast, Messrs, Wcllcr, Lehmauu and
Beulamlii were appointed tv cuniinitteo to sco
tho Corumltsbloncrs. Ofllcers were elected as
follows: Dr. J. A. II. McKlui. piosldotit; Y,
11. Stocking, secretary: M- 1. seller, tteasiirer,
und John E. Herrell, Dr. J. A. II. MeKIiu,
Ueorgu F. Harbin, F. A. Lehmanu, Michael 1.
Wellur. Eugene. F. Arnold, T. L;tarbo I'arrow,
V. 11. Edwards, Dr. .1. I.uu Adams, K. ).
Ktoektim, J. W. lliibson and J. It. Notingbani,
delegates to the Committee of Ono Hundred.
The altcrnitos elected are: Harry 1 liuodwlu,
. V. Ouy, J. W. .McKce, C. T. Jirldo, C. A.
Bblcld3Uiid John II. Walter.
TIIK DISTItlCT anVEKNMKXT.
'I'lio Commissioners to-day liroparcd a
permit which they decided to Ipsuo to
tho Georgetown & Tcnleytown Hnll
wiy Coinpnny provided It is Rutlsfnc
toty to lliein. The permit will nllow
the compuiiy to occupy it spnee H feet
in width of tlw ciirriiisto way of High
MtecU from the 1'otomno Hiver to Hond
stiect, Georgelown, for tho liurposo of
coitstrtictiiiK u dotihle-tmcilc Htrcet niil
wnv. tho mils to lie used to lio known
ns tho Johnstown Grooved ItUI, woluh
Jng 80 to the yind.
'J'lio spneo between Mio rnlls nnd lie
tweejj tho trnoltH and two Toot exterior
to tlio outer rails will lm imvetl with
jinin.to blocks', nlso to cicct iron poles
of siiltalilc dimensions on cither sido
of High street, nt intervnra of 100 feet,
to htreloh wires tliercon for the liur
poso of operating tins road by tiled ri
cnl power. Tins forms, miiterlal. di
mensions, local inn nnd construction of
the overhead linos shall bo subject to
tin, iinm-nviil of the Commissioners.
The worlc along the entire lino will bo
pcrfoimcd lu accordance with such in
structions ns the Commissioners may
time to tlmo give, anil will be done at.
tlio eompanv's lisk and expense within
UO tla.VH, and completed on or beforo tho
201 li day of December. 188a.
UnlldiiiK penults have been granted
to Jfnry K. Scott to erect a dwelling
715 Eleventh street, s. e.. S:.,000; George
Glorious dwelling illO Boundary street,
SI, 200.
Tho family biillillnj? nnd tho tank
lower for tho IMonn School lias been
finished and certilled to by tho MuiUiing
Jns,iotor.
li. K. SturlcNiml, .secretary of tho
Mount Pleasant Fireman's Association,
has written the Commissioners asking
for a permit lo erect n two-story lire
englno liouso on Shcrltltm avenue, Mt
L'jt'iisunt. The application for the wr
mit slates that the lire association is an
active organized body possessed ul two
hand lire extiugulsheis or engines. Tho
qntiro expense of the maintenance of
tho volunteer lire company is borne by
tho citizens or Jit. I'lcnsiint.
Tlio permit, was issued without cost.
liulldiiig Inspector Entwlslo states
thai, ho thinks tlint. the District, ought,
to pay a pottlon of the expenses of tho
comtinny.
Tlio Commissioners a few days ago
refused to grant the JJ. & P. ltnllrourt
Co. u permit to erect a corrugated Iron
freight bouse nt Sixth street nnd Vn.
nvc-.,. s. w. The company proceeded
with tho work of constructing the
foundations, notwitlistnndlng the Com
missioners tefused to issue the permit.
ISuildlng Inspector Kntwisle dhected tlio
police to stop tho work, and the railroad
people refused. The police wcro then
ordered to arrest the. parties responsible
for the violation of law, and the railroad
ntithorille.s called at the Commissionejs'
olllco nnd finally concluded, to desist,
A recent act of Congress cicntctl tho
ofllco of ballilV. for duty under tho Col
lector of Taxes. W. II. Hrawncr has
been npnointod to till this olllco. with
n cmipensatinti or SI per day. Ills
duly will cons st in dlstr.ilnlng tho
goods nnd chattels of poisons who nro
delinquent in tho payment of personal
Uallding Inspector Entwlslo has re
commended tlmt tho lire limits bo ex
tended into the county as far north as
Spring street nnd from Seventh street
Itoad to Ilock Creek.
SCENES UP UEVBWtY.
THE IH1CT0US ADJOURN.
Iliillul Permits Issued.
llnilnl I'l'i'inlt:. have been Issued duiiii
tha past :M hours by the Health Oiheoe
h lollnv: Ju'p)i I). 1'ieu, 7'i yuuiw; .Innu
lligle, JU jnaw: Alinln .11. haylnr, - ycawj
lluuiy II. Evans. 4 yoa)s; -ilary Kuluhanl,
:il ,ars; llowaul II. (juinlcr, I) days;
Alii n 1. Uiiinmu, 10 ycais; Marguuiilo
lltatidt, 70 yuars; Jliuy U. liivvcr, 1 year;
I.ucy UuiCHSter, l year, and tho following
ulih:tl : .luiuo-i Aitbur C'oolt, 5 day; Susan
DIoUoii, 10 years; David Jllddlcton, -l
yeais; fiuslo Tyioo, 110 jew-
Illariiage T.lrensiM,
James J. Fitzgerald und 3Iaiy I .Mc-
Klitnvy; Eilwuul jsoaimau and May U
lieaeh, Ala.vaudilu, Va. ; John I''. Heed,
nrfolKi Ya.. and Nuimlu 1. i i-eiifliaw,
ly ; .lohu 1'ilro and Clara Ilulleri John
V T. Flshor and i'ully 5lcenny ; Urorini
tolo and Maiy Savoy; lllchaid 11
t tfht, and l'.inoio Illainl, I'liui") ticorgo
oiinly. Md. ; John Catlctt and Mary John-
.on ; Thomas II. JacMon, city, and Mllllo
I. Ilotld, Oia'igo County, Va.
Ileiinlon of I'.nptU ts at run Jlnr, Special
ICxeiiiHlon via ". At .
O.I 'i'linntday next, the iMth lntt., the llup-
tt-t6 will hold their annual reunion nt l'cn
.11 ar, For this occasion tho H. k 0. 11. 11.
will run a speohil excursion to this delightful
rnort, ii ud soil round-tilp tlcltoUat vory low
rules. Thu train will leave 11. ifc O. lJiniot
Thuidny1ticptombor801at8n. in., stopping
at Tukoinu, Silver Spring, ltoclf vlllo, (mltlnjrs-
burir, Hoyds and Barucsvllle. Thu rato from
.Wasliliiglou will ho 61.50. and correspond.
Ingly low rates from tho other stations.
Close of tho First Triennial Congress of
Pliyslcluns mill Burgeons.
Yesteidnv aftornoon tho Medical So
cieties nil finished their series of meet
ings und niljomned, most of thorn for
a yenr. The Association of American
Surgeons elected olllccis for tlio coming
venr, as follows: Piesiilent, Dr. D. V.
.CJui'YW. Iloston; vice-iircsldents, Dr.
""!".' IMthimUoti, of Xew Orleans, anil
Dr. J. H. KobcrtH, of I'lillnilolplila; sec
lvlniw, Dr. .1. If- Weist, of Iticlimond.
Intl.: tieasutcr, Dr. P. S. Conner,' of
Uinclnnati; recorder. Dr. .1. Ewing
Tifcars, if I'li'iladclpliia. Connci.l-Dt-.
"V. F. Peek, oT Davenpoit, lowu: Dr. S.
"W. Gross, of Philailelnhla : Dr. John S.
Hillings, IT. S. A., or AVashlngton.
Chairman of Committee of Arrange
ments, Dr. John S. Millings, U. S. A.,
AVasliington. The next meeting of tho
association will take place in this city
on the first Tuesday in .Hay, 1881).
Last night the congress held Its final
session in the lectme-ioom of the Nation
al Museum. Dr. Billings's address on
Medical Museums was closely listened to
and wurniH applauded, and alter remarks
lu- ..ninn nl' tlio iithec doctors a general
reception was held in the Army Medical
Museum.
The doctors nro leaving town in largo
numbers to-day, though many will stny
home days to make tours or tho libraries
mid museums here or special interest.
A number uro inspecting the new Johns
Uoiiklns Hospital, in H.iltimore, to-day.
Tlio total number or attendanlB on the
cougiess is said to have exceeded four
hundred.
TAK03IA I'ARKHEMOORATS.
Tholr Club ItLMirgiinlzns by tho Election
of J."ow Ollluerjt.
A largo and enthusiastic meeting of tho Ta
Koma Park Democratic Club ot Montgomery
County, Md., wai held 'last evening at tho Ta
koma 1'aiU Hull. Mr. M. J. Wine, having
tendered bis resignation as president of tho
club, by reabon of sickness, a reorganization
of tho club was effected by tho election of new
oflicers as follows: II. A. Uody, c8n.,prcMdcnt;
r.. (. atono. M. I)., ilrst vlce-nrchldent: 1). i.
Mason, second vleo-presldenf, John Brown,
third vlcii-preslilenf, E. F. Dudley, secretary)
V. C. Diane, M. D., corresponding secretary,
and lllalr I.cc, treasurer and solicitor.
After the election ot oflicers tho following
gentlemen weio unanimously elected as honor
ary members of tlio club;
Urovcr Cleveland, President of tho United
Htatcs: Hon Allen O. Tliuunan of Ohio, Hon.
H. Kjd Douglas, Hon. llniucs Compton,
Hon. Victor Kaugluunii, Hon. Spencer C.
Jones. Hon. Grorgo Veter, Hon. Edward
Woolen. Hou. I'lillln l.alrd. Hon. O. II. 1.
Clnilic, Hon. O'llncn llryant, Hou, J. D.
Coise of Maryland.
Tho meeting was addressed by soveral
gentlemen of tli6 club upon thu Issues of tho
campaign, and tho voters were uracil to roll
up such a Deinoeiatle majority as old Mont
gomery never gave bofore. To this end meet
ings will bo held weeUly until November 0
every Thursday nt 7:80 p. m.
Thu flr.ingi) Inhibition.
Tho fanners' picnic and exhibition ntOraiigo
Camp, ou thu Washington and Ohio liallro.id,
opened Tuesday, and will continue until Tues
day of next week. Tho camp Is situated lu an
oak prove ot foity acre?, and two substantial
fiaino buildings contain the exhibits, which
thus far consist principally ot fiults and vege
tables, articles ot emluolderv and other kinds
of woman's handiwork, 'iho grounds nro
ample, and aro well covered with booths and
devices usually present on such occiisluns,
wlitlo the Oak (Irovo Hand of Fredeilck
Couniy, llfieen membcs, furnish tho inuslo
for tho camp, YeMerduv there was a tourna
ment and ball. Colonel ), li, Thumpsoii de
livered the clinrgo to tho knights, and tho
einonatloii addict wns Hindu by Mr. Trimble,
secretary of Potomac lirango. To day Is
r armors' way, ami iiexi mesuay win oo
Eadleb' Day. On the Intervening days promi
nent political speaker.! aio expected to inako
icmaiks.
Tho Yniith, llcntity mill I'ushloii of tlio
Clly Witness it Oitllnnt Contest.
There was a sccuo of rcvolry by day and tho
Nation's Capital had gathered there, her
licauty and her minstrelsy, nnd bright tho light
lionc o'er fair women nnd, bravo men and so
forth. This occurred yesterday afternoon at
tho Capitol l'ark, wlicioa combltio organized
among Thatcher, l'rlmroso and West's Min
strels met a Trustof newspaper men, mostly
iroill lliu i oai, uui. iiuueiy tuiui uu uvur luwii,
nnd played a game ot baseball for the relief of
the yellow fovcr suffctcra hi Florida. Florida
being about 00 miles from tho Park It will bo
seen where the relief comes In. There was a
largo and elegant audience in the grand stand
at 4 o'clock and thu cooling boardB were
loaded nt about the tamo hour.
Tho Minstrel band was on hand with all
valves open, nnd It discoursed dulcet strains
without extra charge, and wore beautiful
while satin bridal plug hats besides. At -1:15
tho game was called by Mr. Cvriira Marble,
but just what It wns called wo cauyot now
state with safety to Mr. Marble, who, as um
pire, has enough bruises to tako care of at
present. The Mlnsticl combine, was known tis
the "J.ungs" and tho Press Trust as "l'cn
ells," und tho Lungs went to knock at 4:16
promptly by tho Uck-ct in Mr. Marblo's vest
pocket. Very shortly after that Iho "l'on
clls" went In, having laid a goose egg In tho
lap of tticlr esteemed contemporaries. Fol
lowing tho Ilrst Inning wcro sovoral more as
many'as four and at tho closo of tho gamo
there had boon fourteen tallymarks made o n
each side, with great appiauso and surprlso to
tho many friends of tho contestants.
Tlio members of thu Minstrel combluo wcro
draped In graceful npparel, ranging from a
cowboy to a horse ballot girl, and brought
down tho crand stand nnd half tho fcuco by
their nnlqulty ot costume. Tho I'ouells wcro
draped simply In clothes. Tho umpires as a.
rule wero good enough for umpires. Editor
Halford drow a blue pencil on n player and
marked him out, and Marblo tiled to "lead an
nitlr.ln" bv tiirnlntr a blamed old revolver on
n kicker. Thcro was somo real good playing
on both sides, but it was lottery playing, 1. o..
you know how It Is yourself. The rocelpts of
tho gamo wcro large. Up to date thoy have
not been conllscatcd, but tho "Lungs" will bo
searched beforo they lcavo town.
"Lungs" wcro lllfcd by .Messrs. Wcst.Fngati,
Primrose. Truss, Whyte, Daly, Hart, (Jordan
nnd Ward, and "I'euclls" wcro pushed by
Mcssts. Williams, McUIll, Harries, .iicswocu,
Lowsloy and Merrlllat of thu Post, Cowcll of
tho Ciltlc, Jones of tho Star, Dwycr of tho As
sociated Press aud Doylo of tho Sunday
Herald. During ono exciting inning, wheu
ono wandering minstrel was nrrostcd for petty
larceny after stealing second base, Coroner
Messcmcr of Now York mudo his appearance
on tho Held, but happily was not called on to
officiate. ,, ,
When "Pencils" began to scoro pretty lively
Dr. Howe, General Hurhnus and Umpire Mar
ble stationed themselves ut tho bases to render
decisions on closo plays. They acquitted
themselves to everyone's satisfaction.
A LIVEhYJlEETlNG.
Interchange or Incivilities nt a Colored
Church Moollus.
A littlo gathering at the colored Bap
tist Church on Burnt Mills Road last
night was interrupted by several littlo
incidents that wero calculated to lend
interest and eclut to the occasion. Mr.
Sam White is an cx-member of tho Star
or Bethlehem Lodge, in which organiza
tion Alex Brown is n prominent ltgure.
During tlio evening Mr. Whito so far.
forgot the littlo restrictions that are
always observed in polite society as to
remark to Mr. Brown's wife :
' You are a bhort-legged devil ; that's
what you arc."
With that natural aptness for repar
tee which adds bo much to a woman's
charms, Mrs. Brown replied naively:
" Well, if I am n. short-logged devil,
you are a long-legged devil: so there."
This rather unnoved Mr. White. Ho
said nothing, however, but toyed with
his razor nervously.
Tlio sight of the razor
WAY MAJUIY A DIKE.
Humored Kngngumuntof JIIss MnoTiivIsh
mid thu J)ul r Norfolk.
Tho wealthy EnglMi Duke of Nor
folk Is m intlmute rneiiil of the Muc
Tnvish family of Baltimore. Last June
Miss Virginia MacTir, Isli, ono or ilaltl
innre's prettiest and brightest belles, ac
companied by her mother, went to
Europe, nnd while in London they were
the guests of tho Duke of Norfolk. Miss
Virginia was ptesentid to royal society
and becamo (iillo n favorite. After
leaving England Hie mother una daugh
ter traveled in Fiance und Italy, unil
they uro now lit Paris.
Tuesday a report was received tlmt
the engagement, ol the Duke nnd Miss
MaoTavlsli had been announced in Lon
don. Several of the billy's friends ii;
Bitltlmoio do not. credit the rumor, und
it is wiilsjeicd that the Imlv hml al
ready given her hen it to a Baltimore
irentleiiian'. Mono of tho family are
here, and the rerort cannot be correctly
alllrmed or denUiL An intimate friend
ot Miss MiifTaviMi said lccontly that
she received u letter from her two weeks
ago, and slio did not even hint at an
mii.nrrnmnH-. w-llll lltn Dtllfl
Virginia MacTuvish is tho last in so
ciety of three sisleis, who, a fow veins
ago, wero tho leaders in their cxcluslvo
circles. Tho receptions and cntertnin
meiit.s given ut tho grand MaoTavlsli man
sion in Cuthcdrid street were the most
brilliant in the city. Suddenly, right
in tho height) o u .social season, Miss
Emily, Iho younger daughter, laid aside
her splendid Jewel and dresses and entered
the convent at Mount do Sales, near this
clly. Tho other sisters continued to
Hblnn In socletv another season, and then
Miss Mary, the ollcst, wound tip a Euro
pean tour by shitting herself up In a
convent in Brussels, Belgium. About n
year ago Ciudlnnl Gibbons, pn his way
homo Irom Home, specially visited Brus
sels to olllclulu nt her formal reception
into tho cloister. Society was more sur
prised to learn ot tho two sisters becom
ing nuns than thib the hlrd sister may
become a Duchess.
Like English jirls, Miss Virginia is
fond ot the hunt. Sho Is the most dar
ing rider or the Elkridgo Fox-hunting
Club, and is neirly alvvays in at Iho
detilh. Sho is nttctl ns Jielnjr the ilncst
horsewoman in Niirylund. ller intlier,
the Into Charles arroll MiicTuvish, wis
n dlreot descendmt of Glumes Carroll,
r fiivrnlltnii. mil bis mother was tho
ilmif'litrr ot (Jcicral Winlield Scott.
Miss Virginia, lllu tho lest ot her fam
ily. Is a strict Kcmun Catholic. She is
ot tall, haiulsoim iigute, tlark brown
liulr and eyes, nmin sweei,, pieuwub mm.
She is a little eclentrio In sonic things.
Last spring ono tf her iUs. a lino hunt
ing dog, died. S)o wanted It buried in
1'EltSONAIi AND SOCIAL
Mrs. Ilnshrod Itoblnson, wife or the promi
nent Avcnuo merchant, Is sorlously ill.
Mr. Jacob and Prank Chadeayno ot Now
York nro hero on it short vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. John Paul Jones havo re
turned to tho eltv, nnd havo moved Into their
new icsldencc, No. 2000 II street northwest.
Mr. Frank A. Cnrlc, mainglng editor of tlio
St. Paul Pioneer Press for nearly eight years,
will bo In Washington October 1 to spend tho
winter, lie will dovoto his tlmo to editorial
coricspoiidcncc. Mr, Gray, tlio Washington
correspondent of tho paper, will remain lu
charge or tho news service.
Jleglstcrcd In Now York last evening: Sena
torOcorgo or Mississippi and Second Assistant
Pnstmostcr-Oeiieral Knott at tho Now Yoik
Hotel! Congressmen O'Neill or Missouri,
Campbell otOhlo, Mntson of Indiana and Sen
ator Vest atlhoHt. James', Inspector-General
of Steam Vessels James A. Diimont nt tho
Westminister, nnd Congressman Patrick A.
Collins at tha Hoffman.
A now soft silk Is called Arabian, but It Is
woven In France, Is much used for tho long
sashos slung twleo around tho waist that aio
so frequent a fcatutolu fall Importation of
Pari gowns.
A UTU.1IN
"XPKNINO.
ISTINGUISHETfc
GENT'S FURNISHINGS.
wV!$'M0k
FOR-
RELIABLENESS
BEATON rERIlY,
(Successor to Perry it Ilrother),
WILL Ol'KN ON MONDAY. SKl'TUMP-EIl 17,
A VERY LA1K1K ANI1 t'OMPLETB
BTOCK Of TIIK
LATEST PAUIS NOVELTIES
IN SILKS, SATINS, VELVETS, CLOTHS AND
ALL-WOOf. DKKS8 FAUUICS, WIIU'll AllB
THK"C0IIKCT STYLES ANI) COI.OIUMJS"
1'OU THE AUTUMN AND WINTER OP 1888-
tUJl
NOVELTIES IN PArtl8 COM11INATION
suits l'lto jf S8 to $ar.
NOVELTIES IM IM POUTED JERSEYS.
HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY AND KID
IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF "MOURN1NO
1'AHKICS" FROM THE MOST OELEIIltATEU
EITROPKAN MANUFACTUREllS.
NEW IRISH VND (1ERMAN TAIILE LINENS,
NAPKINS. TOWELS, CRASHES AND 1IED
LINENS AT LOWEST PRICKS
PtTRE WOOL 11LANKETS. MAIISEILLE3
QUILTS. THESE (H1011S ARE DIRECT IM
PORTATIONS AND KERSONAL SELECTIONS
PROM FIRST HANDS IN NEW YORK DURING
THE PAST WEEK
I WOULD ADVISE MY CUSTOMERS TO
MAKE T1IEIH PURCHASES NOW. WHILE
THE ASSORTMENTS ARE COMPLETE. AS
THERE IS ALWAYS A SCARCITY LATER IN
THE SEASON OF THE MOST DESIRABLE
TEXTURES.
CGTHl'ECIAL APAHTMENT FOR DISPLAY
v(l EVENING GOODS MY GASLIGHT.
ING
C3TPLA1N
PHICES.
FIQUKES AND CORRECT
ono ot the pnuopai ce
city, but tlio oiitcais ic
ing oiler
ptivilege
of u laiulsono sum for
Accorcingly
the remains ot lnr pot vitli novel ccre-
metcrics of tho
used her toinpt-
she burled
the
tho
mony in the gardai of h
tlo rosewood colllt, Unci
wiiite Nitin, is Undo 1
dertaker, nnd in tlis the
Into a irruve dug by pv4
diggers. Miss Macl'uvlsl
ducted the service Th
ns pall-bearcrs. 'Iho M
aro very wcalthlji and
ALL AMHtlOAN
Siiimnary
r home. A lit-
with perfumed
y u leading un-
log wns lowered
fcssionnl gravc-
weepingiy con
servants acted
oTiivish family
very cnarituuic.
of. Iho tlounti
by tli i Loin
Tho Goodwin bro
1u3t Issued another
and
wns olVcn-
Ehc had Mr.,
slvO to Jirrf. urown
WIiIIkj aircstcd. l'
...lie wns lined S25 in tho Tolico Court
to-day.
A POISONED KEY.
A JicllKlitful
Uors ( Now York havo
numl r of their ofllclal
turf guide, tho prcsci t Issui containing results
of nlf races run in Ancrlca mtll and Includ-
last Saturday, lcsldo men otuer aata oi
Till lauio oi joeivuio
parti
ry of
Mailn
ltollo or Old Times In
Says the London Iteroico: Anotliei
(lelichtlul rcllo ot tho life und times of the
'IViiint. of l'uduu is a simple key-alioat
tho size ol an ordinary uoor jcey. j.i. .w
tlie key of the library in Ins private
loom. When he whined to get rid of any
or bis suite or any person in his hous?
hold that he had a. bitter feeling against
ho used to ring his bell and usic. lot mr.
John tlo bo sent to him (fancy nunio or
courbC;. wnen .lonn entered tno jjuipj
would say : " O, John, I wish yon would
go to the bookcaso in my ptivnte room
and lning mc Iho 'Dngoiiot Hallads."'
' Ocrtninly, your Grace,'' Mr. John wculil
say, and away he would tint with the key
in his hand. When he got to the library
he would put tlio key in tlio lock in tho
booke.ise and turn it. IJut diiectly ho
turned it, out of tho lmudlo shot u long
poisonid iiictllc, which stubbed the hand
of the holder nnd irstuntly shot back
again,
John would let go of the key nnd
fay, " What tlio deuco was that." lie
would look at his hand aud sco only a
small, dark blue spot. Ho would think
noth n g of it, but all of a sudden hu
would begin to feel queer in his head.
Presently somo one would como in ami
llnd him In a lit ou the floor, und the
household would bo dimmed. " Mr.
John has had a stroke or u lit,'" the peo
ple would say. A doctor would bo sent
for, but his services would bn of no
avail. In twenty-four hours Mr. John
would bo dead, and everybody would
think that ho had died thtough a lit,
Thcro weio no bothering coroners' in
quests to upset the plans ol' clover
lellows like thu Duke Francis in those
days.
.
Important l'rlvnto Vapors Stolen.
Tho New York Timc&'s Washington
correspondent telegiaphs tlmt. not long
ago Secretary ot ritato llayard and Pen
sion Commissioner Hlack wero recently
tho victims of a sneak thief or thieves,
who stole private lettors from
their desks. Soon afterward extracts
from theso letlcrs appeared in certain
Uepubllcnn newspapers as Iho basis for
pnilisuii criticism of tho Domocratie of
ilcers. Some days ago Postmaster-General
Dickinson discovered that a pack
age or letters, among- which wero let
ters from his wire, his young child, and
ids brother, A. D. Dickinson or New
Yoik, had been stolon from his olllco
desk. Two days alter tho robbery ex
tracts from somo of theso letters, show
ing on tlt-'ir fiien that they were from
private communic.itlons, were published
In a New York paper. On Monday last
First Assistant Postmasteu-Geueriil Stev
enson was away from ins oince. no
icturncd on Tuesday to iind that his
desk had been tilled ol a number of
htisiiie.vi anil prhato letters. On Wed
nesday some ol llieso letters appeared
in tho samo New York paper. Tlio
robberies are severely denouueed by men
of both parties.
.. . ..
Henry llcttus, colored, was found lusano
before a Jury iu tho City Hall to-day.
iner
interest to turfmen
mounts, showing tho
riders tins season, is
Followhur Is a eumm
and lost by tho lendcji
Won. Lost
Barnes.. 1U7 U'X
U. Covington,. 87 !!0t
J. McLaughlin, fill Mi
Ovciton fiO 'JM
Gnrrlbou ns Kit
F. LUtlenold...'l'2J50
(lerluirdr 10 Ifil
K. Wllllnrru.-. .'.40 1KBH lmj
Turner :18 1071Kilfr
Freeman i J0j
Darnes. It will bo seen, s,
tho Hoston Herald, heads
centngo Kiicy, wuo win do
western lociccy wuo roue
Hat)
bt(
Wl
Pu!
I..
Uu
RACES.
AVon nnil Lost
work of tho principal
darly Interesting.
the mouuts Mon
llton.
holler....
lirphy
varu..
rson.
Won. Lost.
!!7 18
.... !J2 12(1
.... 3i mo
.... IMl'HM
'JO 111!)
127 rt
.....'27 1120
..... 127 I7
21 an
SEATON PERRY,
Perry Enlldlns, Ponnylvanln. nvonuo, cornor
Ninth street. Established 1810.
The gloves sold by us are
distinguished for their relia
bleness.' Reliable in quality,
fit, shape, finish and durabil
ity. A steady, healthy in
crease has marked the growth
of our trade in gloves. It is
the vety quintessence of
economy to buy a good glove,
and for that reason above all
others we will keep no other
kind. We sell only such
qualiities as we think it to
your interest to buy. We
don't sell goods simply to get
your money and make a
profit. The store would never
have grown an inch on such
principle. We are after your
trade your money, if you
will but we propose to al
ways give you its equivalent,
or better, or your money.
Ladles' O-but. Mousnuctalro Suedo GIotos, In
tan shades, only 85 o per pair.
Ladlos' 5-bitt. Plnked-wrlst Kid Gloves, In as
sorted tan shades, embroidered In black and
self-color, only 70o por pair.
Ladles' l-hut. Suedo Gloves, embroidered
backs, lu shades of tan, brovwi ami gray, only
7Co per pair.
Ladloi' O-but. Gray Monsquetalro Chamois
skin Gloves, only 91 por pair.
Ladles' 0-bnt. Pigskin or Holcjum Glovos, In
llehtaud dark browns and English tans, only
SI per pair.
Ladlos' Dogskin Gauntlet Driving GIotos, em
broidered backs, only $1.75 per pair.
PAIlltlCOLOVES-Ladlos' O-but. Loncth .Tcr
soy Cashmere Glovos, In navy, seal and black,
only l25o per pair.
&&
?ZX2r3'SySY,7CLFtK
ipn
BEST IS BEST
Thro' the World.
OUR
Collars and Waistbands,
Silk Umbrellas,
Ceylon Shirts,
Underwear,
Cravats,
Pyjamas,
Caps,
&c, &c, &c, &c.f
Cannot Be Excelled,
TYSSOWSKI BROS
Cor. 15th and G Sts.
LY
,-s a statistician lu
tho list. Ou pcr-
uincmbcrcd as tho
,'erra Cotta In tho
Children's and
Gloves, for school wear, navy
only 25o por pair.
MIsbos' Jcrsoy Cashmoro
bluo and seal,
Suburban, headR the list, lis wins amounting
to aS.SS per cent, ot his to al mounts. Isaac
Murphy's perccntuso Is 1.01. Harrison Is
thhd with U1.S7; Barnes' isfouith with 2U.84.
McLaughlin's per cent, f 23.78; Hamilton's
Is :2U.2U; Covington's Is W. 0 und "Old .Man"
llaywani's Is only 18.110. 1 year ac;o this tlmo
Harrison was lcaiUug-ila'ptlier riders hand
somely in mounts won, btl toward tho oad of
the season McLaughlin cloted op on him and
passed his mark, wlndlu; up tho champion
rider of tho year. Ten toilars invested ou
each of Palmer's mounts tins fur this mouth
would havo left tho lnvcstolSOlO ahead.
The snmo Investment on HCIIko would have
uoii!?l!H for the Investor Ilamilton would
havo won ijKI; MeLnucihllu, SI5.70; Garrison,
&3(5: V. Donohuc, 530.00, ,vhllo CovIiiBtou's
backer would have lust ildtblcd his money.
Tho same Investment on Maitln's mounts
would havo nut tho hacker $!01 "In Iho hole."
llarncs' lucker would havi lost 140; Wil
liams', 8180; Arderson's. 337; Isaac Mur
phy's, $1B0; WUchelPs nnd. HIavloek's, $100
each; Stoval's, $S1: Huyward's, $12; I'ltz.
patilck's, $10; LUtlellold's, $;i). and Andy Mlc
Uaithy'B, ijlMXJ -
ojilelul.
Gentleman I hear you've had a windfall,
Uuelo Kastus. I
Uncle Itastus A'cs.sah: my olo marstcr died
do odder day an' ef me lo' hundred uollabs.
Gentleman I upposo you will open a small
storo of some Ulufl mIIU thu muiiey?
Unclo Habtus-jNu; sah; 1 specs I'll opou a
ofllels.
(Joutlcman lttitl Istato ofllco ?
Unelo llastus o sah; a lawyer's oflls. I
know hovcral lavyen,an' dey all 'pears lo bo
loin' vory well. Use's lnu'monoy In ofllsls,
Mlstah Siulf, den lu; is In bto's Tlmo.
September mornings and
evenings admonish you that
Overcpat days are at hand.
The vast "piles" and "heaps"
that we've put on display ad
monish us to call your atten
tion to the fact. We never
had a line so complete. We
never had them at prices so
low. In making up our Fall
Stock we've gone another
notch above our standard of
quality and make-up, and to
day we announce the largest
and most complete stock of
Fall and Winter Clothing ever
shown in Washington.
Special Bargain. We have
just secured 50 dozen Ladies'
4-button Superior Quality
Dogskin P. K. Derby Gloves,
in black, tans, browns, modes
and grays, embroidered on
the back, with Four-chettes
to match, in black, white and
colors, at exactly half-price,
namely, only $1 per pair.
(First floor; centre,) .
JllllPjjiOSl
BIATOrt ijii'1
VSyjj I V Jh 1
Iloynl not Air Furnaces, Ilnn&osnnd Latrobei
Tin and Copper Work lu ull brunches. Ileatlu &
a specialty.
J. W. CONSIDIKE,
(101) Twelfth Street N. "W.
Telophono .108-1 WASHINGTON. D. C,
PIANOS.
&
Cor. Eleventh and F Sts. Nl'W!
m. R. Riley,
Corner Ninth and E Streets Northwest,
Is losing out all kinds ot
DRY GOODS
At Very Rodueod Kates.
Grand, Upright and Square
PIANOS.
SECOND-HANI) PIANOS, a flno assortment
of promlnont makes at all prloes.
PIANOS FOU KENT.
m. Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
E. G. DAYIS.
BLACK DRESS GOODS, EMBROIDERIES,
Laces mill Trimmings,
719 Market Space, Washington,. D. C.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
The lUcliiumiit nnd Diuivlllo Olllnirs.
Tho Iticlimond Stato says: "After a long
continued usltatlou of the matter of location
of the cener.il oflh'ts of tlio Hlebuioud ami
Danvlllo sjstein utter llnue removals, Hist
to Washington, ihen back to Iticlimond nnd
then lo Wi.Bhlnuton uaaln tho board of (11.
rectois decided to have them located pcriua
ncntly In Wasliin-itoii. Hut now that Colon ol
T. .M. 11. laicoit lius accepted the vlco-presl.
donoy of tlm company with olllco lu Hlchiuonil,
It Is posslblo, If not probable, tlmt the general
licndquurtci swill bo brought ImiiI: to lllcli
inoiiu. Wo lojrn th.it keveral of tho directors
niu anxious to have them icmovcd to tills city
at an early date."
Or H very ll.'Nrilplbnii ' '
Kail. ovi coats. Llaiiiun ltios. Ttli mid 15,
uittuufactutlug clotliicisuud tailors. "' r
DUFFY'S
PURE MALT WHISKEY
A Scientific Remedy,
-iVOV
A Bovomgo.
Nodlscaocermcau POSSIIll.Y remain lodged
Inthebudy If this (iieat Ilemecly Is euivfully
and constantly need. Prof. Win, T. Cutler,
blate u'liumist of t'oiiueetleut, suys:
"1 have hiuilyzHd n ixroitt many samploi of
WliUkuy, Vini:a. Alos, Ae , mid was surpit.ied,
tolliiilupriu ii'iiilysis, that Dulfy's Malr. wills
koy was abholinolj p iro, as 1 never found this
tabu tlm eau In any uthtr WHilsltiiy' I bud ot
nmlnud. These racu in it commend In to gun
irl urn Hint publlo favor,"
lie suro and obtain the genuine, and take no
other.
It Is I'or Nulo Universally.
S3 Jl ; v'"iov h
1 1
m
This liowdcr novr vrjo? A marvel ot purity,
strengili und whidiicoicnms. Sloru economical
than tno ordinary l:lil, 11ml cannot bo sold in
competition Willi jty imillltude of low test,
short welKlit iilwn MMinspimtu powdeis. bold
"l!i"Cl""ilO'Xh HKIHU POWUBK CO,,
lOiWull fclreet, Now York.
Robiason,
Park Mo,,
piMl'BKLL CAUKISGTOS,
Attorney-at-Law,
Barbour LawllulIdhiK
P.IV
.100 La. Ave.
WASHINGTON, 1. C.
Residence. No. l'J18 II st. Northwest.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
f&3fi$K-g3en
WF
37 33:313
CRAWFORD SHOE
Xe -tlxo Only iSjb.00
SOLD DIRECT TO THE COHSUMEH
BY THE MANUFACTURER.
OOa l'KNNA. AV1J.
427 loth St,
627 Pa.
rtNif
East
I havo lot of FlnoShoos, my own make, that
I will sell at n bargain, dive mo utrlal.
319, Si E, Cor, 7tti & 0 Sts,
WOOD AND COAL.
UMDlTAKEns.
J.
WILLIAM I.LK I
I
(Succoisor tojlenry Leo's Sons),
3U2 PENN.'WKNUB N. W.,
Sothhlilu.
nrnneh nflloc, -10S faryland nvo, s, w.
AIKIUST miUCJiinl',
IHWNiaiUI rNDIJUTAKKIt,
illill'eim. uvii. n. ybL'tvueu iiil und -J)j itta.
KvejJtljK llrtulus.. ,
rr,r"in& i '.1 -.m tio HKmt
cE4.S'2 I ti.i aivhtosmrJM
V. Baldwin Johnson,
Wholcsalo and Hetall Dealer In
Wood axi-d. Goal.
Complete l'.iclllllus, Ilottom Prlcos.
Pull Welsht nnd JIouiuo
Wood and Co.il dlieet from tho forests and
mines by rati ami water, and I'reu iiom tint,',
ulu.e and other Impurities,
ClIVB ilK A TIlIAb.
Jlnln Yard and Olllco, 1101 It, I ayo. n. w.
lliune'i ."5L1 A st, n.o.
Hrniii'li " " aiu.llfint.il. w.
liriinuli ofllco for order, corner Nlutu and N. Y,
nvo n. w,
IliauehoUleelororileri, oornor Itlth and JI sts
.ll connected by telephone
OUT II THE COLO,
" Tho trees In tho autumn wind rustic
Thu night ts humid and cold."
September nights are
apt to be humid and cold,
and then is the time when
A FALL OVEECOAT
Or a pair of
HEAVY TROUSERS
Will add to a man's com
fort and ward off disease.
Entirely new styles of
these goods at
cni'VIIIUUTED.
E. B. BKRNUM & CO
931 Pennsylvania Avenue.
OARPBTINGS
GEORGE WILLNER
Has lu took n full lino of Curputlupi, all crados
Olluhll'X, t'nciiii nnd Ktruw Jlutllni.M. .Utii
hite-i MylfHln Wall Paper, Window riliuilu unit
Cu: 'villi Uiiodii, Wlro Window und lloorborouus
PIIICHS LOW
GeO. JnilLLNER,
IKO Ninth fitroot Northwest.
GARTRELL'S, 22J2S!L!22t
Medium Grade and Fine Shoes.
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
(las Hollers ut. $1,16 und 81.50 tor Instantly m.iMus Te.i or (JnlToj.
O-j.3 COOKERS-
For largo and small families, .lust tha stove tor summer uto, as you exttiii;uUh tlio llto till
tiibtant thu cooklutfU done, l'or mlo by thu
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 0?exi.-tlx Street T. 'vv".
a -y.,CT...-
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