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THE EVENING CRITIC
ESTAWI8HKD AUflUST IftflN
Sporlnl Wonllit r Iltillclln
Tliespcclnl bulletin Issued from tlm
nnl Olllco t ilay Mys
Tlio Indications nro Mint much colder
northerly to easterly winds will jirovall In
New IIiiKlnnd and Now York to morrow
with partly cloudy weather ami light snow
Tlio Indications nro that threatening
weatlicrnnd light ruin will rontlimo In the
South Atlantic Stales during Tuesday and
Wednesday
PERTINENT PARAGRAPHS
AImmiI People mill TlilngN In Hush-
illglOM
Toy liolccalo nt 7 19 Seventh ttieet
Tiihitv tiiiikk nnests weiu niuilo liy tlio
pollco yesterday
STnrKT lMivs wlltliollghlednt fl iiluiind
cxtlnirulslioil nt u in
Tin body of nMIIMmrii child was rouiiil
In urwi li hcaii In tlio rear cir Mi Utt N
Htrect last night
DoviiLE wiliTii nil wool oiiilitnorc 33o
Hulls Mack loods Sinus Nn 713 Hevonth
Htroet northwest
Ok vccomnicndatlnn of tho examining
committee Mr W W Wlshart wns today
ndiitlttcd to tho District Unr
It Is Intimated that Tudjro Stocklirlditonf
the Interior Department Ik to Hticcccd Mr
Marulo n Commissioner of IntunU
The rcsMcnco of Gen icorgo l Hhile
was robbed tlio other evening of valuable
books iiml pictures by unknown thieves
Mas A NX A Toiron was accidentally
knocked dnwiibutiiotliijuredby a wagon
belonging to Hamilton V Shcdd plumbers
nt Ninth street and Mount Vernon plnce
lastovcnlng
Maiy Noiin iippeiirid In tlio Ioileo
Court this morning nifalust tier liuslmnil
wliom aim charued with threats of personal
violence Judge Snell sentenced Nolan to
six months In Jail
In tho caso of 8hllos vs Wheuler tho
counsel Messrs McConnell and Ullmarth
today mado tlio following entry In tho
onlcr book clerk will enter ourilliap
pcarnnco In above caso
An unreported burglary occurred on Sun
day nlgbtat tho uiioceiipled house of Mrs
Mary A Dcnlson No 1 lit Corcoran street
from which tlio gas fixtures lead pipe
spigots etc were all stolen
We nuacii for riches nnd wo grnsn a mill
stone unless In health to enjoy tlioui A
CoitghorCold quickly works our physical
ruin unless wo are careful Iso Dr Hulls
Cough Syrup lrlco 21 ccntH
Tna horses attached to a carriage contain
ing Mrs Mason or tho Itlgga House a lady
friend and a colored driver lanawuy In t
oveulng and wcro stopped In front ot City
Hall before serious dainiigo wns done
ltiv lUnmsotf tho hoy ovnngcllstof
this city Is a very sanguln youth In a
recent sermon ho said ho dliliiotliallovn
tint ho would over die hut when od
wanted him in Heaven ho would ho borno
thither by angels
EmvAitn 1Uakeiey a brakeman on tlio
Ilaltlmoro Ohio ltallroad was acciden
tally run over by a ficlghtcar near Jueons
town Md and his leg crushed so liadly
that it was amputated by Dr Eliot at the
Irovldcnco Hospital last night
Wm II IIoswell a boy mid Daniel
OConnor n lftrcn niiiii were tried to dav ill
tho lolleu Court for lighting at tho corner of
and X streets last availing
Tho boy was dismissed and Ills adversary
lined IS
Tun plate glaSBtoro window of L llich
olds boot and shoo store iJl loniisyjvanl 1
iivenuowns smashed by n llilef last night
and shoes to tho vuliio of about 10 snatched
Tho thief mado good lib cRCnpe Iho
damago and loss to window nnd stock Is es
timated at 19
There nro on lllo In tlio Clerks oflleo of
tho llouso 15000 Southern claims thathavo
been rejected by the Southern Claims
Commission nnd brought to Congress for
action Thoro aro also about Buoo cntes
disbarcd tor non prosecutton which liavo
novcr been acted on In any wuy on lllo
Amir Johksoji a colored thlof leturned
to this city about ten days ago having Just
been discharged from tlio penitentiary
and yesterday ho snatched a pocket book
containing IKt from Mrs Onbrlol V N
Ogdonto whldi bo pleaded guilty In tho
Ioileo Court tolay and was committed to
lull In dcraiilt of 500 bonds to await the
action of tho grand Jury
Tun Virginia Itcpubllcnns meet to night
nt St Georges Hall to mako arrangements
Tor u grand serenade to Senator Mahoiie
Governor elect Cameron nnd other Head
Juster loaders early in December It Is ox
pectedby tho Virginians in tho city that
tho other Stato associations will lend 11
helping band and glvo a rousing icccptlon
to U10 breakers of tho solid South
The particulars of a fight between two
men on a canal boat near tho Sevou Locks
noted last evening 10cm to bo that Samuel
Knsmlnger of tho ennnl boat Clinton
Knobe and llobort of tho canal
boat Laura had a quarrel during wlilehtho
runner fired twlco at tho latter tho second
shot taking effect In tho arm which was
amputated by DivSmith Townshcnd
A pleasant meeting was hOldlast evening
nt Dr llniicroftsHOH F Btreot where 11 chess
nnd checker club was formed Having ap
pointed n coiunilttoo to attend to matters
of Importance and witnessed several Very
tlnu games of chess and checker tho club
adjourned to meet nt the samo placoon
Tuesday next tho joth The member list
consists of slxty four nnino among which
may bo mentioned II Lyman Theophllus
Games Jacob Iussoll Myron M Varkor
Thomas M Jledd S I J nldwcll nnd Din
Donaldson Sehaonor and llaticrolt
Mn II011KBT 1 IonTun chief of tho
Wealth Debt and Taxation Division of tho
Census Odlco hasacconledthoedltoishlpof
tho International Iteilnr and will enter
upon tho duties of tills lieu position on tho
1st of January Tho u soclulo editor of tho
Ilerlrip will bo Mr Ilonry Gannett geogra
pher in tho Census Ollloo Mr lorter is
Ideutlllcd with tliamostablostutlstlclans of
the country and lu accepting tho editor
ship or tlio Jlevlew ho still retains aluohls
position as aswlato editor or Ilrtulttrrctt
District Jovcriiiiient Notes
About 2000 in tax bills aro called Im
dally at tho tax collectors olllco
Lieut Orecuo has reeoinmonded that
tho name nt Ktngiiian Court bo changed to
Kingman Place
W I Downey will invest 700 in build
lug a brick carriage house on 1 street
near Seventeenth
All tho liquor Hocuses approved by tho
uoiumlttco for sovernl days past wcro ap
proved by tho Commissioners to day
N YV Fitzgerald rccolycd a poimlt to
day to build flvo brick dwellings on Seven
teentb Htrect between T nnd I at an ox
pensoor000D
Tho committee on bids have reborn
liiended that tho contract tor laying the
Mrglnln avonuu owerbo awarded to Wll
Hani Hussey tho lowest bidder
7Ur w Tlyr has lieon notllled llmt
If tho areas In front oi col and cm Seventh
street nro not Inclosed by railing Within
tlftceu days ho wllllio prosecuted
Tho reports of Harbornmntnr Hniim
for Saturday and yoitorday show the ar
rival of the schooners JIngple Sinltli 1
zlo Kagiin Isaao Solomo
xivu
nil donnsoii
tionn Jiosser io9cnii
lohn Cooper nnd tho steamers
Ilrothois
Caroline
cut itii
1UII1IK
Tholiispcctor of llulldlngs has received
orders from tho Commissioners to condemn
and havo taken down as many of tho dan
gerous buildings mid shanties as possible
and In iiursuanco or these orders u number
of condemnations havo been lasnod Tho
iiuostlqu us to tho legality of tho Inspectors
notion In tearing down tlio buildings when
tho i owners refuse to do so has beou raised
mid It Is alleged will bu tested In tho courts
by tho proprietors of several condemned
houses on a street If tho Inspectors
powers Is sustained It Is to bo hoped that a
largo number of tho tumble down cabins
which Infest soino of the II nest parts of tho
city will bo demolished
Tho Ilconsii Board have upprovod uud
forwarded to tho Comiiibsloiiurs tho lot
lowing applications for liquor licenses
John Itllgh August lleakmau llnrgarvt
Ilvrno Itudolnh lllulfus Inov Ilvino Inlm
Callaliun John Crnven Mnrjmrot Calvin
iamiM Donnelly August Douglas William
II Iugitt Thnophllii8 1oltor Mlcliaol
llynn Jamos 1 J Ianngun tJrouson t
reason John J Guntuur Charles O God
frey John Orath Iranlc HaggcrtyJohn
IlllllCOCk W llllllll a Hnn
uossey Ijiwroiicn Hlokey Charles Itlotz
wm4v iii iiiiiu joiiniann uiincr v
- Ti i atrici r iiojiannn
latrlelc II Morgan James Mctirnth Nolllo
hcofn Mrs D GSiilllvan Cntharlno
Itouikc Kilwln Iliinphinv John
IJillnn looiira 1 ltolsor Com
Vl11 7o1 t010t A- Banter
ctcr w ami William Woodoy
Kipac
fairs
THE EVEISTING OKITIO WASHXN GfTON D C TUESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1881
JONES THE AVENaER
lie Is Ailinltteil n Hull To Dny
Tho 1ollco Court van delivered Its load
of prisoners as usual this inornlng and then
went to tholail returning at about 1030
with IllllJJoncs thonvenger who was taken
Into tho court room whero ho took 11 sent
Inside tho bar beside his cousin a young
lady who had been awaiting his arrival
Tones was dressed in u now suit of gray
clothes and was very neat lu tho details of
his toilet llo cast a look beaming with
prldoaud pleasure upon tho tremendous
crowd which had gathered In tho court
room
Mr Jones was the observed of all ob
servers in ho for about an hour wnlted tin
til tho motion that ho should bo released
on bonds should reralvo tho attention of tho
Court Jones snt behind tho bar to tho
right of tho Judge chatting pleasantly with
his two brothers nnd tlmlnily cousin above
referred to Tho eoterlo wcro all cheerful
and seemed to ho rather proud that nno of
tho family had distinguished himself In
history by shooting nt the assassin of tho
President of tho Inlted States
A Clime reporter approached JoncM and
asked him how ho felt Oh said the
now famous 11111 I mn all K They
havent got anything on me An nrtist
for ono of tlio Illustrated weeklies was on
hand and sketched tho Jones family 11111
seemed to take n keen intctcst lu tho move
ments of tho artist and would occasion
ally Rtralghtcn himself up that ngoocl view
could bo had of his phiz
At half past 11 Mr It K Klllbttofcoun
sel for Jones stated that his client had
been taken to jail yesterday beforo ho had
an opportunity to get to court and that he
was now prepared to otrpr as sureties for his
nppenmnco two gentlemen Messrs Helms-
turn Anion nnd 13 O Wheeler Mr llllott
said that ho would walvo an examination
lu tho Ioileo Court nnd havo his client
enter upon his rccognlzanco to appear bo
fore tho grand Jury Messrs Amnn and
Wheeler wcro then accepted as sureties In
tho sum of 000 and tho prisoner was
discharged As ho was leaving tho court
room great crowd pressed forward to
shako hands with him which attention
11111 scemcA to relish
lntrlrk ItJiiuN AUVOfloiintr Sou
Patrick Ityan charged his son John In
the Police Court this morning of making
threats of bodily injury to htm The old
man said ho had no Inclination to punish
his son for tho reason that It was his first
ollonsoof that character What did ho
threaten to do to you asked Ills Honor
Well said Patrick- ho said ho would
chop 1110 up into mincemeat hut I am
willing to overlook tho ofTcnse this
time
Do you want to wait till ho kills you
beforo having him bound over nsked tho
Judge
Ityan said ho was willing to tako tho
risk providing his dutiful sou agreed to
como hack homo and pay his board bill
regularly Tho son nodded an assent
and tho Judgo consented to tako his own
rccognlzauco
Tlio House rlcvntor
lour weeks ago Tin Cnrrio said that if
tho contractors for putting tho elevator In
tho Capitol 011 tho llouso sldo had no bad
luck thoy would havo it dono by spring A
morning paper tho following morning
stated that tho contractors wcro getting
along splendidly and would havo tho said
elovatorin in two or threo days that thoy
would mnkoa trial trip Inside of that time
Tho elovator is not in yet and no trial trip
has bcon mado This fact is simply men
tioned that tho pcoplo may know that Tin
Ciutio is n rcllnblo newspaper nud Is
always right
Hoys Clotliliijr
Parents will do well to call at II ltobln
son Cos 00 Pennsylvania avenue This
establishment makes a specialty of chil
drens and boys clothing and as sudi is
prepared to furnish bettor nnd moro suit
able garments of that special character than
any other In tho city
A Costly Dorir
Tho Criminal Court has been engaged for
tho past two days on a dog case or rather a
damago suit growing out of n contest for
tho possosslon of a dog Charles Sproul
had a dog which ho assessed at tho value of
S2i On tho 11th of Juno 1880 ho had
James Hennescy arrested on tho charge of
stealing tlio dog Ho was kept In a station
house over night and taken to tho 1ollco
Court thonoxt morning where Judgo Snoll
after hearing the evidence dismissed tho
case Threo days later through his coun
sel Mr Daniel E Cahill Mr Hennessey
feeling that ho hnd been injured lu reputa
tion and character by tho charge arrest
nud imprisonment entered suit against Mr
Sprout for 3000 damages This morning
tho Jury gave him 150 nnd coHs
r
VoiiUin UlHtcrcttoM
d will buy n11 all wool iilstcrctlsub
stnntlnl and stylish nt Klseniau Bros
coriicr of Seventh nuiLK Mroets
Tlio Sail taso of Dr Coy
In tho caso of Dr Christopher C Cox at
ono Itmo lieutenant governor of Maryland
president of tho Hoard or Health nnd a
well known physician In this city nud now
confined In the Insano Asylum Justlco
Wyllo to day ordered a writ of luuatlco to
issue Tlio ordcrls founded on the petition
of tho wife Amanda Cox and for tho pur
pose of showing legally that Dr Cox Is In
capacitated from attending to his own
nnd that somo propor person ran bo
appointed to tako charge of bis business
Dr Cox was placed in tho asylum January
1 18S0 Ho Is not violent or dnngorous and
the Insanity is caused by paralysis of tho
brain nnd is thought to bd licrmancnt and
Incurable
spiciiiiM ciotiiini
Wiishlngtonfl popular clothier Mr M 1
Kiscman oilers to tlio gindml ptlblio n
splendid opportunity to secure winter goods
tit reduced prices llo has received n con
signment of 1000 overcoats nnd nlstorcttes
from Now York which ho Is cotnpcilcdtd
sen nt mucii jess tnnn their actual value
Wo suggest to our readers to prepare for
tho winter and glvo Mr KlsCnlaii a call nt
131 Seventh street under Odd Fellows
Hall
Tlio Ci Illc Cougriitlllnles
Nathan Urower of Prince Georgo County
Mil and Ilzzlo Dotson of this city
Wm T Stormont and Anna O Kennedy
Wm II J Lee of Georgetown I C nnd
Mary 13 Tillman of this city
James O Nuvellontid Kllcn Mount both
oflhiladclphla Pa-
Pntrick H llradlojvof New Yorkcitv
nud Mary A Hogan of this city
Peter C McCulleii ofFond tin Lac Wis
and Josoy L Agor of Prlnco George
County Md
James 13 Saltzer nud Mnttio V lloyd
both ofllaltlmore Md
Ioioiiuio lrco Drlilge
Tlio Potomac fico bridge question is in
tlio hands of flcii Wright chief of cugU
uccrs who has ordered n thorough exami
nation of thoslto
Tho oiinroprlntion is considered too
small for tho work and Congress will
bo asked to make nu increase No pro
vision wns inndo to proparo tho approaches
nnd nono of tlio bidders Included that in
their bids Jt is not likely that tho con
tract will bo awarded until noxt year
Tun vosr appicR nt Qulnlon New
Kent County To hns been dlseontlniicd by
order of tho Postnxaster ficneral tho person
Appointed postwastor nt nalil oflleo havinc
failed to furnish the required bond wltlilu
u rcusounblo period
S3a8r3fflMBBBBBBgggHS
SHELTONS D1LLIARD PARLOR
Grand
A Opening Ttiniilisglvliig
Evening
13ast Washington Is not nti essentially en
terprising section of our city hut there is
ono young man Mr Charles F Shclton
who proposes to mako a strldo toward pro
gression by opening on Thursday Thanks
giving Day evening next a cosy and hand
sonio billiard nnd pool parlor over his
popular rojtaurnut nt tho earner of rlchth
nnd K streets southeast
Mr Shclton to fill n loutr fclt waul has
expended several thousand dollars In fitting
up ins cstaniisiimcut which will in nil
probability ho liberally patronized Tho
grand opening will tnko plaeo Thursday
evening at oclock Sovcral noted billiard
experts will bo present nnd glvo an ex
hibition of tholr skill with tho ivprles
FINANCIAL
To iluyN Stock liiilnlIoim
Tlio fiillowluir observations of tho trans
actions In tho financial market to day to
gether with opening and closing quotations
nro furnished by tho banklng honso of II
1 Cooke jr t Co 1 1 Kstrcct Washing
ton DC
NamkokHtocic Openg Cloig
AuifTienn uisinci
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C c I
ChtcsKO HI 1mit M A
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Central tnclllc
ChrcttKo HI louts A N O
Dpi im knvnima W
HI lalll
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Han
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Union Viuillc
Western Dillon
Wabash HI V
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Jilt
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Mnnlmttan Klcvatril
N VCentrnl 1
XnrtliwoKtorii
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127
do preferred 140
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Northern lacllle
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Ohio t hiclllc
Ontario V Western
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Memphis it Ohio - M 37
Juit Tcmiensee
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Jtetropolltan Klevated -
N Y Klevntnl Si
Norfolk A Western
do preferred
Ohio Central
Ohio Houllicrn -
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American Dxpress
MINIMI KTOCKK
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II H 6 per cent
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If H sixes or 1831
1 C 3 UVi
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130r23M
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107
Mnsliluirtoii ftioek ixclinngo
Tlio following nro tho closing quotations
of tho Washington Stock Exchango to day
OOVKnSMUNTS
Illd Asked
United States is extended 3
United Htatcs Ss extended Hi
lTnlted stnteH 1 14 1K I1 mil noil
United Suites I l ils registered IISJI
Unlteil States Is 1W7 coupon Hit1 lli
United States 4s llWrcKistereU 110J HilJi
msTliiCT ot COLUSiniA 110NDS
rcrmanciit Improvemciusiw
lermanent Improvements s
Jfarket stock 7s18M
Water stock 7s 1001
wiuer siock s jn
ioit to
lOli 10
121
121
131
Ilitv years fundlns 3 irm ltd W7
Twenty years nindliiB lis lwn 112
Twenty years nuiillnxOa VOi ll
Thirty years funding lis 1002
ItAlLIIOAD RTOClt
Washlngtoii t leorBOtown stock 112
WushhiKion t uporititown bonds lot
Sletroiiotltun
Cotimilila
North Capitol t U Htrect i
Aiineostlu
107JJ
112-
so
Film ISSlII NCK AJ4II riANMIIIIT TOXIrANDX
WiishhiKton City Gaslight Company
Wn ililuuUiuCltyGasrightscrli 24j W
iirorgeiowii uaHiigui ioiuiiiuiy
Firemens 1lro Iniiiranee tonipany
rrnnklln
National
MrtrnnolUnii
Nnlloual Union
Arlington
Corcoran
Ciil Ins Cn less mipd assessment
iiuzens
lermnii Amerlean Insurance Comy
Potomac Iiisuranco Company
kiikk iisr
111 of Pulilio Works Green 8s
Musonlo 1 nil hollds
Nntlonnl Theatre liomls
Wusliiugtou Market Co Htook
WnHhliiutou Market Co honds
Inland t Hea Const Co stock
Inland 1- Sen Const Co liinds
I viiiuion Mining tu stoci
Wash llrlck Miichluo Co stock
too
12S
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to
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Denlli ofOiio orMunN NuilorN
Wm Falconbrldgo died recently nt Salt
Lako City in Ills 109d year Ho was liorn
at lrltcliley Derbyshire England on
October 21 17t3 and wlicii 1 lad was ap
prenticed to a stocking maker at ill near
ids native town Ills employer nrouscd
tho wrath of tho Ignorant populnco by in
troducing machinery into his factory and
his establishment was demolished by n
mob Shortly after tills event Falcon
bridge was sdited by tho prcssgang and
carried on board tlio Salvador of Lord
Cochrnnos fleet in which ho served ns
cnbln boy during n cntiso on tho Spanish
coast llo Was tficn transferred to 0110 ot
thoshlpsof Lord kelsons Hed nnd fought
under him at tho battle of Trafalgar
While In tho naval service Falconbriilgo
say from tho deck of- I1I1 vessel the great
Napoleon llonapartoas ho walked tho deck
of tho Ucllcroiihon n prisoner of war when
about to hocunvoycif totlto Island of St
Helena During long years of JnaVnl service-
Fnleoubrldgo bad had no communica
tion with his family from whom ho had
bcctUurcibly torn After his dlschargo ho
Joined tlio British army enlisting in tlio
iortytlilrd Itegliiient of Infantry Hero
to his great Joy lie found his lather who
in tlio Interim had become it soldier Fal
conbrldgo went to Utah 20 years itgo and
was highly esteemed for his kindly dis
position
China seems destined to attain to n
higher civilization than that preached by
Confucius A correspondent in Canton
writes that steamship lines aro being ox
tended telegraph lines nro being built lu
nil directions and railroads nro projected to
connect nil tlio Important cities Tho arts
of war too aro not neglected Fortifications
nud nrscuals nro being established and
luropcan methods aro to bo Introduced In
armynnil navy Anotlierovll concomitant
civilization Is tho growth of tho opium
radio Importation of tho drug is carried
on largely in Chlneso vessels aud each
year marks a great increase in tho area of
landlu China devoted to poppy culture
1
William Walter lhclps Is said to have
resolved to como homo from Vicuna to keep
Itohcson from getting
into tho Senate Shako a reef out of your
llyiug Jibboom icorgo and send aloft all
your sky scrapers nnd nioon rnkers for
youll need a heavy press of canvas to fetch
into that berth beforo tho storm of puhllo
disgust strikes you IVorMf nee Mar
Tin mutual icpnit nl tho Secretary of
the lieasuiy is In coursoof preparation Son
ictary Folgcr will write it all Clou Wiii
rtom Will liavouotblug to do wljb It
THE DEPARTMENTS
TilK national bank notes received for re
demption to dny wcro 275000
GovnnsMKNT iiiceiits to day Inter-
nal revenue 380153 customs
1
TiiosrAR a Hectoii has been annointcd
postmaster nt Scdalla llcdford bounty Vn
vico u i itico resigned
PnEslDKNT AnTiitrn will tako formal
possession of tlio WhitoHouso on Tuesday
next Tho repairs nro nrozrosslne ranldlv
and will bo completed by that time
C1in Iososthiit is lu tho city on busi
ness connected with tho Department of
Justice Hols renorted to havo find that
tho better class of Itcpuhilcans in tho South
would not press tho President for a Cabinet
position but lenvolilm free to oxerclso his
own judgment In Ihojnattcr
PnrstnrNTiAi AiioiVTMiiSfw Tlio
President has nnnolntcd John C Pcarco
Commissioner of Deeds In tho Territory of
Now Mexico for tho District ol Columbia
and John Topllff Commissioner of Deeds
in tho Territory of Arizona for tlio Dis
trict of Columbia nnd Samuel It Frazlcr of
Ohio to ho Interpreter to the legation of
tno united mate in Japan
Foil THIS EVU 01 C0MITK0tLKH LAW-
kknck Why is it that tlio 1800 employes
of tho Government Printing Olllco nro
compelled to wnlt over two months for tho
decision of tho First Comptroller of tho
Treasury as to whether thoy aro entitled
to pay for tho six days thoy wcro compelled
to loso on account of tho tfeath and funeral
ceremonies of tho lato President It Bicins
to tis that tho working pcoplo nro entitled
to somo consideration nt the hands of the
Comptroller
The Nkv Pisivati SnoiniTAitv Sir
Frederick J Phillips has boon selected as
tho Presidents private secretary vico Mr
i Stanley Drown resigned mm no win
enter upon his duties ou flip 1st proximo
Mr Phillips was prlvato secretary to tlio
President when ho was in charge of tho
New York custom house and has been
with him slnco his inauguration as Presi
dent Mr Ileed who was prlvato secretary
to Vice President Arthur Is going Into busi
ness in Now York
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Tlio IMiili eyo Disease and lie
Way lo Trout II
A distinguished veterinary surgeon says
that the dlscaso known as Piuk cyo has
two forms tho typhus and tho rheumatic
Tho typhus tho first symptom dullness
with loss of appetite watery dlschargo from
the eyes tho mucous lncmbrano lining tho
cyo very much Inflamed and of n yellowish
cast Pulso weak from 50 to JO Tem
perature 103 to 100 At first tho bowclls
nro constipated From 21 to -IS hours
purging takes place the pulso becomes
stronger nud tho temperature falls
gradually to tho normal point
Treatment Nitrato potash in ono ounco
doses night and morning until tho fever
has subsided Tho horses will rarely cat
any grain feed them hay well moistened
apples carrots grass or In fact niiythlng
they will cat Tho after ticatmcnt consists
of liberal food and tonics
Tho rheumatic form of tho disease tho
first symptom varies Sometimes tho
horso is lamo in otio or two legs for tweuty
four hours beforo ho stops eating Again
ho becomes stiff during tho night nil tho
legs swell up and it is with difficulty ho
moves about loss of nppetito very thirsty
pulso very weak from 10 to 60 tempera
turo from 100 to 10S
Treatment Nitrato potash in ono ounco
doses night nnd morning In wntcr Half
ounco doses threo times per day of Fowlers
solution of arsenic Walking exercise ns
soon ns nhle Tho potash should bo dis
continued as soon as tho fever subsides
Tho legs may bo rubbed with roiuo stimu
lating embrocation
Again you havo n mixture of tho two
types combined Tills Is tho form that gen
erally proves fatal Tho symptom you
havo in tills not spoken of in tlio others
Partial or total blindness pulso Impercepti
ble tho brain Is affected horses will braco
themselves with their head against tho
wal they stand with great difficulty tho
least excitement will throw them In a
spasm Turn them looso in n box stall and
do not oxcito them In any way Treatment
tho samo a tho others Tho solution of
arscnlobolng a daugorous poison caro should
bo by having it properly marked
nnd koptundor lock nnd key
Tliomns Oliver has been gninlod a per
mit to build n brick dwelling at No 148
Tonth street to costl4J0
THE COUrtTS
CofitT in GKNnnAl Tkiim Chlof Justlco
Curtter nnd Justices Wyllo and Jnmcs
Wullliiglord vs Dennett on hearing
Ctnctiir CounT Justlco MneArthitr
Graves vs lotomao Terra Cotta Company
settled llonnessoy vsBproiilt vordlet for
plaintiff for 1M damages Iowls admin
istrator vs llalley lroneh Paving Com
pany on hearing
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A veteran watchmaker in Vouvry Switz
erland claims to havo invented n process
by which watches will run for years with
out winding up Ho seems to havo good
ground for his claim too for n scaled box
containing two watches Intrusted by him
to tho nmnlclpil authorities In January
1871 has just been opened by them and
both timepieces wcro found to ho still run
ning
Conklliig is really engaged lu tho greatest
oflort of his life tills time Hols doing
somo tall thinking nt home
Palais Royal
1117 and 1119 Penna Avenuo
401 and 403 Twolth St N W
Great Special Sale
or
COTTON and MERINO
UNDERWEAR
XiA3DIES
Ladles Merino Vests ami Drawers superior Qual
ity 30 cents
IaiIIcs Merino Vests sad Drawers OS cents
Judles Scarlet Wool Vests and Drawers Medica
ted tlBO up
Childrens Vests and Drawers SS cents up
Childrens Hcarlet Wool Vests and Drawers Meill
cated
GB1TTS
Kitgllsh Half Hose Full Itegular II cents
Just Deceived I atest Novelties In
EheM and French Mm
Silk Suspenders
Earl and Wilsons Collars
Gents Unlaundried Shirts
Itelnforced llosoms all slies 73 cents
Extra Fine Quality fl
Merino Shirts and Drawers 50c
llxtra Heavy Quality
SPECIAL LOT
Mens Shetland Wool Shirts and Draw
ers 65 cents
Scarlet All Wool Medicated Shirts and
Drawers 170 usual price 2
Australian Wool Shirts and Drawers
Warranted Not to Shrink 195
Canton Flannel Drawers all sizes our
own make 75c
We will also Close Out the llnlnncc of our
Cotton Underwear
Regardless of Cost
Palais Royal
1117 and 1119 Penna Ave
401 and 403 Twelfth Street
nolj
Childrens Suits
Childrens Overcoats
In the Line of Childrens Suits and Overcoats
we can show styles and shapes that can be
found at no other house in the city
The question may be asked why no other
house can show these styles simply because
LIKES BERW ANGER CO Manufacture
all the goods they sell
We have in our employ a gentleman known
to the Trade as a Designer who does nothing
but study styles of Boys and Childrens Cloth
ing and cut Patterns for the same
Our house being the Only MANUFAC
TURING CLOTHING HOUSE in Washing
ton controls these Styles exclusively as we
sell to no Retailer in this city
Our Prices are naturally Lower than others Wo will
at any time furnish you with ScrapB of same goods as
suit purchase free of charge
Likes9 Berwanger Co
Strictly One Price Clothiers
310 SEVTUNTH STREET
S KATZENSTEJIN Manager
Geo F Timms
Harry B Parker
Geo J Timms Co
Are now under full sail Their preparations for business
are full and complete
G eo F Timms Co
Have their Mens and Youths Departments Stocked with a
Line of Goods which it is thought will prove equal to all
demands
Geo F Timms Co
Invite Special Attention to their Boys and Childrens De
partments The selections are Handsome Large and Com
plete It is hot thought that any one can fail to be- pleased
in these Departments
Geo F Timms Co
Have all Goods Marked in Plain Figures The Lowest Price
Possible being Given at Once and this price is too low to
be objected to
Geo F Timms i Co
Insure Polite Attention to all who are kind enough to call
and promise not to urge visitors to buy
400 1 W Corner Seventh and D Streets
N Y STOCK MARKET
Constant Quotations
Direct and Prlvato Wlro to New York Philadelphia and
Boston
Orto in Stocks and Investment Securities Execntea with Despatch
BUY AND SELL
Govornmont Bonds Foreign Bxohange Coin o
H D COtfKE Jr CO Bankers
13S F STBBET
We Invito tlio Puljllo lo ctamlne our Quotations and avail themselves of our services as Brokers
In lluylng and Selling eSO tf
LADIES COLUMN
GREAT AEEIVAI
AT
Kings Palace
81 1 SUVKNTIt KTIIKKT
OP THK
Latest and Most Fashionable
and Bonnets
Feathers Plumb Ribbons
Satins Plushes Velvet Silks
LAqps
Worsted Hoods Sack Shawls
OLOAKS KID GLoyBS
Made Up Lace Goods
WONIlKItrUI VAWKTV OP
Artificial Plants for Parlor Ornaments
THK LAltOKHT 8TOCIC OP
AT TUB LOWEST THICKS
CALL AND BE CONVINCED
ocl
Largest Stock of Lamps
IN THK CITY
VltOM 00 CENTS TO WlOO
BOSTON VARIETY ST0EE
ocW 703 MARKET blACK
MRS SELMA RUPPERT
008 NINTH 8THEKT opo Inlont OHIcu
Completo Bloili of
Ileiihi Zephyr Cruwol mill floriiinntuivii
Wool Knlttlnit Yirn iiml AVorntcclOoixls
Largo Assortment or
HOSIERY UNDERWEAR QLOVES
Frlugtu ClilHlrinsMctlnoCloulib
BjlflcUltV oc
GRAND OPENING
OP
French Pattern Hats aeil Bonnets
And all the Leading Novelties In Millinery
nt
I L BLOUTS
710 SEVENTH STItEKT NOHTHWKST
risrEw op Xiij goods
Just reeelveil a Huperli Assortment ot
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
lor tlio Pull Heosou nt 012 HPVKNTIt HTIlKIiTI
Tlieso goods must bo seen to bo appreciated
a xTTavrAxsTs
013 SEVENTH STKKKT NORTHWEST
719 719
VXVlt AND WINT1511 STOCK OV
Millinery Goods Now Ready
3DAVIS
7I MAltKKT HlACK COUNKlt KWHTU HT
b AUm3s3
No 416 SEVENTH STREET
HOSIBRYji Specialty
DOUGLASS
CM NINTH AND V STltKBTH
New Patterns for Stamping
IN OUTLINE WORK AT
MRS MAX WEYLS
71 J SEVENTH BTUKET NORTHWEST
PoSNOniOIK PORTSMOUTH
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POUTltEMH MONItOK I INUY kQi
POINT ANDPOINT LOOKOUT tLJifcW
Htenmer KXOKLHIOH on TUE3WXYb
TIIUHHKA Y8 and BATUltDAYH at 5 p m
Vnll and Winter Arrangements beRlnnlnir Oct 1
llrst classParotoNorfolk nnd Fortress Mon
roe S0
Hecond Cluss luro toNorlblknml Ft Monroe f 160
plrstlassFaro to llney rolnt and lolnl Look-
out 1 60
Second class to riney lolut and 1olnt Look
out 73
Tickets and staterooms for Kalo and Informa
tion furnished at It W Heeds Sons ism P street
northwest II 0 Ticket Olllce liul Pernio ave
nue Ht MuroIIntehltoososClgiir Stands at prin
cipal Hotels II II Polkinliorn next to City lost
olllce and at Companys Olllco Ttli strcet wharf
OKOHUK MATTINUIY
General Superintendent
WM 1 WELCH Altent QCJI
OPlICE HAIIHItEHHINl SALOON
POST
704 E STUEKT
Opposite tho Iost ofllcoDepaitnien
ltODlCUT WILSON
Iropr
Locution central treatment tho best
Cull and ho convinced
C3 XJ3STSI 3 TJXT
PEABODYS
No 411 Sovonth St North
Tlitco Doors Below Odd Fcllowa Hal

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