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THE EVENING CRITIC, WASHINGTON, D. O..FKIDAY, JANUARY 20. 1882.
in THE EVENING 0R1TI0. ESTABLISH!:!) AUGUST IHBS. WEATHER INDICATIONS. Tlic siwclnl bullcllii tmncil from -tho Sig nal office lo day mj: Tbo Indications nro that clomunmi will Jncrcnso In New England find tlio Middle Btntc;, followed on Vrlday night nnd Sit niilny motnlnR by rain or snow, nnd warmer southerly winds. PERTINENT PARAGRAPHS. An excuanod rajs "Jl-rn's noraj?o Hfoistlilrty-tlncoyonre." Hr. Hull's Cough Kjni)i will always llo. )n. jr. ConA llt,AMl i announced for n frco lecture on "Arbitration " at E-strect HiiptlstCluircli to inoirow e cuing. Miss Minr Pvir, of Baltimore County, Md , Is: rayliiEhcr friend, MUsrioraTuston, ICO!) K street northwest, a visit for a tcv, necks. Wm. Bom mas, colored, nnd John Cooper, white, had iv llttlo personal encounter yoi terdaynnd wcro to day (lncd foi fighting in mo public streets. ItouPBT Black and Chailcs Diy, two colored thlovcs, woro sentenced to sixty days In jail by Judgo Suoll to-diy, for stealing an overcoat from tho olllco of Sheriff s coal nnd wood yiud. Seven rrasois wcro arraigned in tho Vollco Coifrt, to day, charged with doing htislnc's ns liorso dealers without procur ing n license Judgment was given against Nicholas Pchaglo and Wm. Boswell, and an appeal noted. Tho other cases were con tinued until Wednesday next. These AnncnANKY times, and Washing ton city carries oft tho palm in mimbcis. We havoQuitcau andScolllo and tho too utterly too two, Dr. Mary Walker and Ocnr Wildo. If Dr. Mary could bo induced to go on tho stage Tilth tho resthetio Oscar wo might, if wo wcro there, determine which stjlo wo liked tho best breeches or trunks. TnEphotograpbsofthateJthotoO'Vildo, displnycd in tho Aenno shop windows, at tract considerable attention from too-too-young ladles. Olio ofagroup, gazing on O' W.'s picture yesterday, exclaimed: ''Oh, Maud! how much ho resembles sweet Walter Itutchlns. Ho is too-too. too. you know. Mow intellectual-looking they both arc." Katlcual UtjiuUlcan. The roLLowtNO aio a few of tho in tciesting articles which will appear in tho jiiacrlenn Register to-morrow. "Democ racy in Europe," "Tbo Revolutionary Tarty," "Proposed Reform in tho Supreme Court," "Tho Buckshot War," by J. Tieezo, "CongiCbSlonal Cemetery a Chat With n Grave digger," by Nemo; "Oscar Wildo ism," "Musia and tbo Drama." Tho Register will be for salo at all tho nevs stand?. Mr. A. Nathan", ono of tho mauagors of Coup's Show, has been prominently identi fied with tho circm business for many years, and lie has hnd control of many of tho mot celebrated circus companies iu tho United States. Ho coutiactcd sovcie rheu matism fiom constant exposure, and fat. Jacob's Oil leliovcd liU rheumatic pains when nothing else not oven tho best medical treatment did him any gool woith mentioning. Ho is enthusiastic in his pini'0 of tho oH, and thinks it 13 an excellent thing for circus oiganizitious to take with them traveling. X.llflt Alula's Session of the Woiu-m SiillrriKO AsKOfiatloii. Thoattcndancoat last night's session of tho National Woman's Suffrage Comeu tion was larger than at auy time since tho concntion assembled. On tho stand besides thoso regularly iu attendance rt ere Hon. O. S. Ortli. of Indi ana; Bolva Lockwood, Mrs. Sewell.of Indi ana ; Dr. and Mrs. Bland, A. B. Mcacham, Manila M. RIckci, of New Hampshire, and other?. Mrs. Sbattuck, of Massachus3etts, ad dressed tbo convention for half an honr. Mrs. Sowcll, of Indiana, aroso and spoko for Judgo Orth, wlio.it was stated, was too medest to speak for himsolf. She said that Mr. Orth had confided to her his political aspirations, which aio compassed iu a few words, namely, ho hopes ho will remain iu Congress until his talented constituent, Mrs. Helen M. Gougcr, shall bo elected his successor, and furthermore, ho hopc3 hi3 term in Congress may bo short. That, said Mrs. Sewell, is Mr. Orth's position. Mr. Orth was introduced and said ho had no respect for" a man who will claim a right ho will deny his w ifo or daughter. Ho counseled tho la Jic3 to go on with the good work, and he had no doubt that within two jears tho rights for which they hao been so gallantly fighting thesoxnauy jcars will bo granted them. His remarks wcro loudly ap plauded. I'ulttiil Sull'rnjre. This morning at 10 30 o'clock tho Souato committeo 011 woman suffrage hold 11 meet ing in tho rooms of tho Comniittco on l'utcuts, and a delegation of about twenty petticoat politicians attended, nnd Senator I-apham and Elizabeth Qady Stanton pre sided. It was a matter of soma inquiry why tho commlttco held its mooting in tho 1'atcnts uommutco-room. 1.11a most satis factory answ cr to that question was ma Jo ly a Southern Senator. Ho said theso ladies hao tried every other dovlco to Retire tho right of franchise, and had failed, and ho jiTCjunicd they wcro now trjiiig to get n patent on nil tho rights nnd privileges -vouchsafed to tho masculine gender. This is a new departure. " Patent Suflingo" isgooch hpllllliii; 11 Uolliir Kill. I'irst Comptroller I-awionca hasrocelvnd n communication from J. 1 Humphrey, mthler of tho First National Bvuk of Colo rado Springs, inclosing a $1 United States note epltt tlnough iu the mot nrtistio irnnncr, without having disturbed tho fibro of tho bill or affecting either tho front or the bade of tho hill. Tho matter will bo tiought to tho attention of Secretary Eol ptr upou Ills roturn to tho city. If tho picsent manufacture of United States notos allows their manipulation iu this maimer counterfeiting will bo greatly facilitated. AMoiittililiiir I Tho quality and prices of tho ladles' cot ton undergarments at tho nnnual salo now going 011 at Douglass', Ninth street, bt. Cloud building. TIioI'rfftlilnit'M t'nrilnjto In it Col Union. As President Arthur wa3 being driven along Iv strctt In his new carrlago, yojtur day afternoon, and was about to turn into Vciiaont avenue, n bnggv, rapidly driven down tho nvciino.collldal With tho Presi dent's equipage so forcibly that tho buggy was upset and totally wiccked, audltioc. mpants, Mr. DaulU 1). Tompkins and Mr. C0III11F, wcro throwu out and tho former sllfelitly iniuied. Tho President's carrlago wasBlightly snatched, but neither itsoo tuinnt, horsoor driver wero nt all injnrodr I'vcrj builj IiiilorHcii Iftiii. No one who tvci bought a suit of clothes of 11, M Bridget, No. 43!) Sovonth stroot northwest, will fall to indorse that enter pilblug incrchaut. HU stock of general clothing is far In advance of nuythlng over teen in Washington. fiiovilln'N Milt for r.tlivl. Clilraio lliraul, Mr. Scovillo has been po3turlug bafoio this country hi a Christiau mid a martyr, Ho Is neither 0110 uoi tlio other, and tho Auieitcau pcoplo havo been liumbugged into a raUjilaicd syuipathy with him. It ij duo to to the Atnerium pooplo that ids actual i haunter bo mado known. Tim jhtalil has bigunto make it known, and tl.Bll continue that good work until it shall have reached the end of tho dtaigion nblo chapter Mr Seov illo a suit it a "bluff" for a Busptmlou of puhllo Judgmeut until tho ronciusiou pf the (lulte.m trial. It Khali bo tho caro of tho lltcaUl to tee that ibis. Intent shall fall HE IS HERE. SUNfLOWERS AND CALLA LILIES. Arrlvnl of the (irrnt .IXIiete Oscnr AMIito Ititrvtlcvvcil My 'Tlio Crlllti' JU'imtler flrenl r.xrllcmrnt nt tlio Arlington. "Re's audi an (Mllvbtle young man, Iln 11 101 o In nsnnb when ho can, W.th hlsVcakncss piratical, Anil maiineiit theatrlcnl, This very restlicllo young man." Tho 5 o'clock train from Philadelphia that arrived hero yesterday after noon brought Oscar Wildo, tho oxpoundor of resthctlcism, who procenlul at once to tho Arlington Hotel and ci cited a flutter among tho clerks and others thcio by tinning up so suddenly. Ho lcglstcrcd "T3scnr Wildo" in n ranged, Jerky sort of style, asked for a room vvhcio ho coald ro main quiet, nnd Issued a pcicmptory order that ho was not to bo disturbed. TIip A))pniniirp of tlio l'oct .Xstlirle Is In direct opposition to I1I1 doctrine?. Ho is about fivo fi.ct, cloven inches tall, broad shouldered nndothcrwi'io well-proportioned, nnd wcais his brown hair long nnd parted carelessly in tho centre. His feature) aro full and broad, his brow very expansive, nnd a pair of frank, honest bluo eyes light up his couutcnance, creating a pleasant Im pression urou each ono with whom ho Is thrown in contact. When ho arrived yos tcrday ho woioiv heavy fur-trimmed over coat and sealskin tap, and his first action, after registering, was to light n clgaretto nnd smoko it. Piocccdlng to his room ho closed tho door, which was almost instantly surrouuded by anxious women nnd cfiemlnato snobi, who vainly essaved to get a peen at Oicar through tho key-holo. A lcpiosentatlvo of The Ciiitio found such a group about tho visitor's door, when ho called at tho hotel last night. A aery decided oppo3ito to tho rcsthcto stood guard at tbo door, in tho form of abroad-featured Irishmau with a glowing suulut in his left cyo. Ho forbauo tho cntranco of nil callcn with tho warning, "Whist, there, go nlsy w id j cr gab. Jtusthcr W0II1I0 wants In tako a Fchnoozo, an', begorra, it's incsci' as wuld say that ho gits ct." "Oh, yes, girls, do como aw ay," exclaimed a beautiful joung miss in mauvosilkto a group of companions who blocked thoro j ortcr's way, adding, "Tlio dear crcaturo in thero is seeking that rcposo that tired nature demands. Come away and let him dream " "Ye, but just wait a moment; I want to ask Pat a question," said a matter of-fact j oung miss, approaching tho Celtic senti nel, and remarking, "I say, Pat, what doos that thing in there," jerking her thumb toward Oscai's door, "look like? loen It I.nt?" "Willi. Miss." Pat replied, lookiu" cautiously around," thcrstuard was suru wat puzzled aslo thor kind er grub tcr git up fur uu, an bo goira thev tort un w ud hevstued wioletsan sunfioncr tay, but uu settled it by sindin out fur bafestealc an' iuguus, w id a bit o' Trench bred an' sum coll co. " " Umph I " ejaculated tho inquUItivo miss, " that's not a cry -asthetic, anyhow; como on girls, I'm satisfied, '" and tho bevy of beauties hurried up tho In cad staircase singing. 'Uo's sucli nn wstUotlc young mau, Xin'lt rope In a snob when ho can, w fth his weakness piratical And manners theatrical, This very aesthetic young man." Tho highly edified reporter w.atchoJ tho voung ladies disappear, and finally, by dip lomacy and n corresponding application of check, succeeded iu Inducing tlio sentinel totpkoa card 10 Mr. Wilde. Almost in stantly tho door was thrown open, nnd obeying Pat's "Walk in,sor," TheCbitio entered tho picscuce of Tho r.toi. ol the ,T.tlictIo World, but vas disappointed in not finding things " too ntterly too too," as ho had been led to expect from unreliable statements in tho newspapers. Tho only appioach tor resthct lcism was two lighted wax candloi which had temporarily usurped tho gai, ouo of which stood on a centre table, tbo other o 1 tho mantel. Mr. Wildo reclined on a sofi. immediately opposite tho door, smoking a cigarette. Ho woro n Bhort, closo-fittiug, Fmcking jacket of Trench gray cashmcro, with Collar iukI lid's or CI 11 ret Satin. Ho wme black knee-breeches ami silk stockings to match, nnd patent-leather pumps, with silk tics. Rising languidly, as The Cbitio entered, ho shook himself together, much nfter tho fashion of n barn yard rooster after a siesta In tho sun. nnd iu a full, loundcd voice, oxclaimod : "How do you do?" shaking hands with tho ropoitor. Tho 1 itter, who was not iu the least inocu lated by tho handshaking, said: "I beg pardon, Mr. Wildo, for this in trusion, but a telegram from Baltlmoro to night states that a Bcnsation has been created over thero becauso J ou failed to ap pear in conjunction with Archibald Toibei to night in tho lattcs Icotnro in that city. In fact, lam led to bolievo by this telegram that thero has been trouble between your Eclfaud Mr. Foibcs, nnd that you broko 3 our engagement iu consequenco." "Well, dear me," replied tho resthetio apostle; "this Is most extraordinary. Mr. lorbis and myself nro on terms of tho guatcst intimacy, and I cannot imagine tlio tauso for auy such rumor. Besides, whv should I ston in Baltimore, as my en gagement to lecturo in Washington is prior to my Baltlmoro engagement Lecturing here on Monday evening next, I shall go to Baltlmoro on tlietfollowlng Tuesday morn ing. So I left Philadelphia nt noou to-day and came through to Washington, arriving hcio at a o'clock, and camo right to my loom, whero I purposo spending a quiot, uninterrupted evening, which will bo tho first Biuco my visit to jour vvoudorful country." "Iiegrtt having distuibed your quiet," rcmnikcd The Ci.iriu. " Not at all ; I'm ouly too happy to have hnd an opportunity to positively deny that any unfriendliness oxlstj bs tneen Mr. l'orbes and nijself, which you will do mo tho kindness to statu em jhatlcnlly." "You will, no doubt, bco much to inter est jou in Washington." "Yes; I havonmny icttersof Introduction to distinguished ptopio in this city, mid I havonguat dcslioto bio tlio politicians of vour woiuicuui country, vvuoui 1 snail no doubt find neeembkd hcio now ; und I iigrtttbnt my limited btay will provout in making that earnist, t ireful study of jour leading men thut I earnestly doslro," " Well," bald tho leportor, " you h wo arrived in good season. Cougrcs3 U in soi eionnndglvutt cluus peiformanto oveiy day, highly creditable to so oung a co in try." " I eipect bo," was thoabotractcdnmwer, "and by tho waj," continued tho resthoto to tho ,. "Oiviiiery tJnllerj" young graduato of House debatos, " tojl mo what city do you consider tho mo3t purely AmcrUau tlty ? I da not fancy that cither lcw Yoik or Philadelphia are truo types of that American idea which wo are lui piicfctd with ou tho other Bide." "Well, whllo thero nio btill a few un tamed un ai.ua running around loojo in tho titici jou immc, " replied Tim Ciiitio, 'I inouiuo the iubabitautsaio too inut-li en lightened fur jour notions, I think Alex ai.ilim will fill tho bill uiuotly. " Yu, 1 luvo been told so, but I regret that I lannot visit that city " Mr Wihle, In addition, Btatod that ho LHd luaed a charming time iu I'hlludel phia, and one of his most dolightful even ings was theone spent last night at the nvijcr.ee of Mr. Cicorgo W Chllds, In that city; that ho desired very much to travel ovti this country, and storo up knowclaJga which ho purposed using iu his books and j oetry. Ho asked a great many quoitions regard ing America, nnd dwelt ia oe?tacy over Wait Whitman, two pictures of w horn, vv ora lying amid n mass of papers on tho tablo in tho room, nnd ouo of which ho wai to mall to Swinburne. Ho expressed himsolf ns worn out mid tired, nnd stated that it was n posilivo luxury to have ono night to him self. The Ciiitio bado Mr. Wildo good night, " And pray contradict that report with rcfcrcnco to myself nnd Mr. TorbeV wcro tho rosthcto's last utterances as tho door closed. Mlml Mr. I'orlieH Sots. Tho Baltlmoro tmerican this morning published nu Interesting nccount of how Mr. Wilde's non anncaranco thero disap- jiointcd a number of pooplo last night. In addition to his reported cnzaconicut to 'assist at tho lecturo of Aichlbald Toibei, Mr. Wildo had engaged to attend la night's rcccptlou of Jfr. and Mn. Charles Carroll. Mr. Wildo, on his nrrlv al In Wash Ington, telegraphed Mr. and Mrs. Carroll, through his New York agent, that ho was III, and legrctted exceedingly having to absent himself from tho reception list night. Ho added that ho would write and explain himself later. 'I ho American says'. "Thero was much unfavorable comment last night ou tho poet's conduct, nnd thero is llttlo doubt but that It will 'kill' him socially In this city. Ho is advertised fortv lecturo noxt week, but Baltlmoro 'society,' after jes lerday's treatment, will doubtless pay'hlm back in ills own com. it nail also nccn clo dded that ho should bo entertained noxt week, and, in fact, it h said that tho Wednesday Club extended him an invita tion to bo present at their noxt entertain ment, which takes placo next Thursday nlght. Tho super resthetio poet coolly in formed them that ho charged $300 for his appearances at receptions other than nt rnvato houses. Tho Wednesday Club, it is ncculccs to say, will not entertain lilni." Mr. Fortiett' Lecture iiikI Rcmnrks. Mr. Archibald Torbcs, dejpito his disappointment, lectured to a full homo last night. Ho arrived hero to day and will repeat his lecturo this evening. During last night's lecturo ho got in his work on Oscar when detailing his introduction to tlio lato Czar of KnsMa by Gen. Ignatlcff. Tlio American describes it as follows : "When I heard IgnatlcfTs invitation for mo to coino into tho presence of tho Czar," Enid tho lecturer, "I glanced down at my clothing, which I had not changed for a fortnight; and iu which I had ridden ouo bundled nnd fifty miles. Now, I wish it undcistood that lama follower avcry humblo followei of tho resthetio cetacy loud laughter and applauso, bat I did not look much liko an ait object then. I did not havo my dog-skin kneo-breechoj with mo laughter and applause, nor my velvet coat laughtci, aud my black-silk stockings laughteil wcro full of holes. Neither w as tho w lid, barren w isto of Rus sia calculated to produco sunflowers and lilies." Renewed laughter and applause. Alasl foi tho absent poet, it was too, too evident tuai mo lecturer was disposed to mildly ridicule tho "beautiful,'' while to him the "intonso'.' was tho subject of indifferent scorn. And thero could bo no doubt that tho audiotice were In emphatic accord with tlio lecturer's rcntiments, and enjoyed this part of tho ai dless most of nil. PERSONAL, Col. John A BniDarxiND, of Itich- niond, lato consul to Havre, is here. 110 13 appl j ing for a foreign mission. Ex Gov. Jons Bur.nANK, of Rlchraaud lnd., a well-known politic! in, arrived in the city jesterday. Ho will remain licra lmt a few days The Revs. Bishop Latane, of Balti more, and Bishop Nicholson, of Philadel phia, of tho Reformed Episcopal Church, nro guests at the Riggs Houso sincoTue3 daylast. They will Ieavo to morrow , but Bishop Latano is expected to preach in this city n week from next Sunday at Masonic Temple, tho placo whero regular Sunday Eeivictsaro held by Rev. Arthur Tostcr. . FINANCIAL. To-itro'A Modi Quotations. The following observations of tho transac tlons In tbo financial market to-day, together with opening and closing quotations, aro fur nished by tho banklnK houso ot 11. D. Cooke, Jr., i. Co., 1129 V street, Washington, D. C. : Name of Stock. Open'g. C.otg. O h O - ... 2!'l C.C.C.& 1 82 .... Ul'-j Canada Southern..... riVtj.... siVj Llil., Our. &. I U7 ....13()vH 0.C.&.I.0 '201?.... 20Uj Ccimal Tactile UOV... uo', Del, Lack. t W , 121 ....121 Dclavvaro 8: Hudson KlVi... .1001c, Denver i. Wo Orando 71"h.... " Erlo 12 .... 11 Hannibal . St. Joo Dili, ... HUH, do. lucterrcd.... lOOi ...103 Houston & Texas .... Illinois Central 13"tj ...111 I,D.&W 47 .... 17 Lako bhoie ll.ri4....llU.i Xoulsvlllo tt I.ash!Ue i7 .... I'llVi 'stake Erie L Western .liVj.... J'A, Michigan Central BH4.... 7Si Missouri 1'acllla 102 ....Kllli Mo., Lnn. & Texas tlstj.,., 37 Mannattau Elevated 50 .... l!)Vi N.y. Central Wl ,...U3C.j XortUvvcstcru 127 ....12(l'fe do. prelerrod i:!t)12...lJl N. J.Centinl IX1V... O'iIi Olttlcrn lacltlo , .HI .... :c"1, do. preterred 7Ki-... 71V4 Ontoilo. Western 273h.... 2il'a Iacinc3Iall U'i.... lOVi Kfipl. Inliiml lttJU, ... Heading (.OH,.... 01;U bt.l'aui ici-i . do. prcioircd 122 . Union laclnc lllfc, WcEtern Union 82c,, w abash, Bt.L. 4.1 37 . do. prefeiitd (.IHj. Col. Coal -l'!''j East Teunessco 1V do, pretcircd 25V Met. '.Elevated 88 , .Y. Elovoted I'M , orfolk i. Western 2(1 , iln. frffiltfl 57 . .10SV.J ..11SJ, ,.. 3l4 ... Ohf ... tl'4 ... 11 ... 231b ... Hllj ...107 !!! wivj ... -" ... .1 ... jij ...ltw OI1I0 Cential , '2I la. It. 11 1 12s H.J: A 3.!j It. & 1' 2i)a 11, ii van run ?uxAi A Illo Grande lexas raclllc II. B. 4 ncr cc nt . counon .... 601-1 ... ll)'.j llfltj'iMlSH, 118'llHl, lld'aftn liiA.air. C B. 1 per cent , registered IT. S. 4Vi ner cent . coupon ....TT .. .. u.n. lt pcrccni, rcioiciuu 11. H. R ner cnt . rezlsterod, 102,aiOJVi U.H.Blxosctlbtil 101 (glUlj S.U, JU5S 1071 AViiKiiinetuii stoeu i:ti11111srf. Tho following aro the closing qnotitlous of tho Washington Stock Kxchango to dtyj OOVEUNUl-MB. ttd, AsUd. n. B. lis extendel BVi I0IV1 ... U. B. Bs extended UH 10il4 II. a. dalbUl, coupon Ill', ..IIS II. H. 41-a, lCElotctcd HU' , ,115 U,S.d8lf)07,ouulion , .11H14 . ,118Vi U.S. 18 1007, rcfistcroil . ., , lia'j. . llbj PlbriULT OF COLVJJtEU BOSB3. l'trmanent linju oveinents ...11 t-tj. " 7a Murkctstotk, 7s, 1S0J ..11-. lJtl ..1JJ fitter stvci-. ii"1 1 1"" Vntirttock7e, 10OJ. . . loO Myoin.' funding J 05a, 10J1 IO8V1.. .10Sj SOscam' uuuUnsfia, It-ill) .111'., i0 y.nr' fuCillni; (1, lhtU.,... ,11 Hi .HWj LOjcira' funding de, 11KM l'Jl .ill LAlLCQAD STOCKS. Wash. & noorcobra 11 atoiik 122 . .. Vi nilr, fc Oeorlct'u XnvA ...... 105 uetroiHMiian oj (3olumbIi Utl Sorcli Cndtol & Q umet U74i 3U nr.c i,uuAaix and o.ULiam qoju1 mi j. ' erlii Li riunicn'ariro Iiu. Oo . ...CIS KailorUl Union -t Arllucun 10O ,, Cut, !us. Co. lea uuil inniitiat.U2U J-KEB 148T. Maauiik I'nll bonds. , .. ,,..101 National Theater bonds QO ,. HI) Wash. Market Oo. bond lQt! . . ItunliotMlHliur Co. stuek 75 .. National Usuk ( t lh pulUil. 150 larmeiH a. MocUuuloA 1113 Cltitena' National Hank . 10J si - " A Cioatl (llulerl'ni- 80.50. I. Hamburger &. Sons' 015 Penna. avo. QUERIES ANSWERED BY TEMALE SUKFRA0IST3. Iteiitms rir (lie I'ltltli riint N In Iliem Wlij' Tlicy Inilsl fiiiiu'l lu-lr ltlglilK- I'rrlliicnl Aniner"ttrrrll Hint luctlolis. Tho Woman's Suffrage Association w.ai called to mder promptly nt 10 HO this morn ing. Reports of delegates being called for, Rov. Dr. Hinckley, of Rhodo Island, camo forward and submitted tho leport from that State. He raid tho association In Rhodo Island was lniadccldcdly healthy condition, nnd was dally gcttlnrf converts to tho good cause Tho speaker thought that thu tlmo was uear.nt hand when tho women of America would stand sldo by stdo with tho men and cast their ballots. Until that is dono thero will always ho n pallor hanging ovci ourDcmociallc institutions. Ho said, however, that thero wcro nnuiu her of obstacles to bo ovctcomobeforo tho women could get nil tho rights to which they nro justly entitled. 1110 greatest ob stacle they havo to contend with is tho Urnnliii; Political Infidelity ofthotlmc3. Tho causo of woman's sul ftago and tho causo of our Democratic in stitutions aio 0110 and tho sanio thing, mid If tho former docs not ctlii n fjothold In this freo land, tho latter must Inevitably perish. Ho was surprised to find so many pooplo In tho country who wcro dally advocating reform In governmental nffairs, and yet opposing blttci ly tho right of tho ballot to tho women. Unless that right to vote was given to tho women hodld not beUovo nny practical reform tould ho accomplished. At tlio conclusion of tho gentleman's re marks Mrs. Stanton stated that certain questions which had been sent up from tho audlenco would ho auswoiod by Mr3. Ovgo and Mrs. Lockw ood. s'tucMtloii'i Aitivicrcil. Mis. Cago then read tho question, "Can a woman bo n devout follower of ht. Paul and an advocato of woman suffrage." This question was signed "Seeker of Truth." Mrs. Gago did not bclievo tho writer of tho question ucsireu mo truiu. "i-aui," suo Eaid, "alwavs forbade tho pcoplo to follow him, but enjoined them to follow tho Di iuo master." Tho speaker also road sov cral other questions, w lilch sho nnaljvod nnd commented upon in a clear aud Intelli gent manner. Mis. Lockvvood said sho ha 1 been called upon to answer tho question: "What St. Paul said?" Sho said sho had read tho Scriptures through nnd tlnough, and did notbcliovo that fat. Paul had stldall that had been attributed to him and sho would not Lelicvo it until sho had seen tho cer tified record taken dovvu on tho spot by a shorthand reporter. Sho was not fighting alouo for women, but for both men a.ld women. "Tho men aro not rosponsiblo for all tint w 0 bufler, and tho women aio not tho only ones who suffer." Mrs. Loikwood said that a man with tc.usln hisovts cama to Iicr hoaso vostcr- dny and faid, pitcously: "My wife has put 1110 and my liuiiituro too out ol doors What shall xoor suo torn niiuuo was tho head of tho family and ho should go hack and put his thing? in tho houso again. Sho asked the man who touted tho house, and ho said that ho contributed tho money, but hiswifo rented the house. Tho poor fellow seemed to bo in a very pitiable plight, andbccmcd likoouowho was indeed badly oppressed. Sho fiually advised him to go and set up eIiou himself. Mrs. Lotkwood then read tho question: " If a woman was drawn on a jury and hnl a j oung child, w hat w ould sho do " To this Mrs Lockwoodansweicd: "Sho would do just tho samo as a man drawn ou njury and had ft oung child bo excused." Mil. Lcckvvood, aftci answering severvl other questions sent up from tho audience, thon proceeded to dcllvtr ono of her cleg tut aud beautiful cflorts in defenso of tho causo for which sho has so long been battling. Mn. Robinson, of Massachusetts, pro Edited a report on tho work dono in her State in tho rast year. The conv cntion then took n recess. Afternoon Session. The convention reassembled at2 3uthl3 afternoon aud Miss May Wright Sowcll, of Indiana, delivered a stirring nddrcss ou "Woman's functions in tho State." Sho was followed by Elizabeth Becchor Hooker, who nddiessed tho convention on tho sub ject of " United Stales citizenship." TIicViiltcrN.il Sentiment. "Say, j oung man," said a hrawny but brilliant stalcsmm from tho far Wost, to a representative ofTiin Ckitic, "Yon fel lows aro just revolutionizing journalism in Washiuirton." "Well, I should remark," said tho blush ing young lcportcr, ' That's whatyvo stilt ed 111 to do." "Hut," rut in tlio distinguished Westei ner, "I mean to pty, that Tub Ckitio is tho best paper In Washington ; in fact, tho only paper that dares publish all tho UCVi s." At this point tho stato3iuau diow from his pocket $1 CO, nnd, handing it to tho ro portei said, "Send your paper to my nd drcss for ouo j ear. I want to read all tho nens of tho day, anal find tint Tin: Critic uccr fails to catei to tho public in terest." 'Another thing," continued tlio statesman, "I havo noticed that Tin: CjRmoalviajs endeavors to connect v. ith tho future that ii, it looks ahead whilo tlieftitr has linked on to tlio dead past, nnd, from present nppcaianco, will stay there. Do ou 'ketch' on, ray boy ?" 'J horcportcr nodded au ns3ent and loft I1I3 Western friend. - - .. liostun Clothlni; limine. Tho gieat lloston salo ot do thin,: nt the clothing houso Xo. 723 Seventh street noithwcst, between U and II street, h-M commenced and thoso who hao already inado purchases say tho prices aro mar cllously and astonishingly low. Jlon's suits nro being disposed of at prices rauglng from $0 to $12, and men's ovcicoats from $1 to 47. $20,COO worth of clothing will bo disposed of in this way nnd from present indications It will not tako long to do it. Tho goods must bo sold. Tuopricoj will bo a secondary consideration. A lajcr of looso straw put between the wall and tho earth banking up of it cellar adds much to tlio warmth on ttcoouut of tho air in the meslici of tlio straw. Tlio staia ia truo in coerlug roots or apploi to bo kft out in heaps over winter. -- DiiriiitK'x ltliiiuimllu lteiuoily willuirouuj ease of rlieun-atlsm on tho fuco of tho grceu earth bold by overy II vo drupglst in WasMngtou, For the Care of Coi b , t il Ilea .tness,Crm ,,A 1 aia.Br '. chttu.Whooj ngCoi 1 ,Incij u' Consuiiiimo i an f lrt'-e rhtf of coiwimi'ti c jx .-vyps in aU anced stages of the i)i'ase. lor Sale by all Druggists Price 2Vcente. inimiiiiwr'iiM iiimniiii nn Hrc1B) m ii m?4 tms&SSMmaKrjTK.fSMX HAVE WE A CRANK OH THE BENCH? Nemo In flic Police Cmirt-llinc, Miiiidnj, .Inimnr.v IU Snclt, J., On llio Ileneli. William Washington, arraigned oa a charge of indecent cxposuro and carrying concealed weapons. Evidence of prosccu cntion disclosed that there was 110 Indecent exposure, Washington merely uiing tho grounds north of tho market for nn urinal (Iroitiids not n thoroughfare. Night very daik. No ouo seeing prisoner but watch man, who mado the arrest. Jmlgn .Sncll " I dismiss the complaint of 'indecent exposure ' nnd fino tho defend ant $20 for carrying concealed weapons." Lawyer Cahlll, counsel for defendant "If Your Honor please, I havo evidence that I wish to oflcr showing that tho de fendant mado nu concealment of tarrying this weapon, this small pistol tint I hold In my hand, hut that ho carried it openly and by tho ndv Ico of friends to protect himself from despernto characters who aro allowed lo go armed and who sometimes follow him. Ho is n lcsldcnt of Unloutown nnd Is obliged to vi alk to and from his work In tho dark. I wlslr to show fur" Judgo Sncll (intcriuptlng aud showing much fmpattenco) "I deciino to hear any thing upon this point. I will fino auy man found with a pistol on I1I3 parson." Lawyer Cahill " But. Your Honor, I wish to show that this man wa3 waylaid last Thuisday night; that ho Is a most w or " Judgo Sncll (showing much temper) "It is enough that a pistol was found on his person. It is useless to offer further evi dence." Lnwjcr Cahill " But, Your Houor, I w ish to offer evidence as to this man's good charrcter. I wish to provo to Your Honor that ho is not only an honest, hard-working man, hut a most worthy citizen; that ho is unable to pay this fine, and that to send him to the work-houso for sixty days, and deprlvo his poor f imlly of their meaus of support, would bo a great hardship for them to bear. I wish to"' Judco Suell (with much impatleuce) "Then he should not carry a, pistol." Lawyer Cahill "But Your Honor, n largo class of our best citizens carry weapons without any seeming reason for it. I wish to show that this man had a justifiable reason for carrying n pistol." Judgo Snell " I decline tohcar.anything fuithcr in thi3casc. I dismiss the charge of indecent exposure, and fino thedefendaut $20 foi carrying concealed weapons." Lawjer Cahill "Then, Your Honor, wo tako an appeal on tho $20 ca3c. ' Judgo Sncll (in an angry, loud tone of v oico) " Then you may tako au appeal iu both cases. I revcrso ray decision on tho first charge, and now fino tho defendants', or fifteen dajs in tho work-honso for in decent exposure, and $20 or Bixty diysin tho work-houso for carrying concealed w capons. Call tho noxt case." Lnwjcr Cahill "Then wo tako an ap peal in both cases." Such is justice In tho Polico Couit of tho District ol Columbia. Thowritci left the court-room wonder ing iu his mind whether this Judgo, by such n display of tempor and by sueli un just aud oppressivo decisions, is not doing moro to make criminals than to prevent ciiing. w JonrnnllstH tih .Tciror. Tho Philadelphia Itemha irtily commonds tho action of Judgo Pinkney, of tho Balti more Criminal Court, for his action in ex cusing a journalist fiom servico on tho jury, and for accompanying tho iclcaso with tho remark that ho was opposed to taking newspaper men fufn their duties and placing them on a jury unlo3s they so wished it. In Philadelphia last month, Judge Blddlo said ho would, if requested, excuse au editor, but ho picfcrrcd to keep him ou account of his Intelligenceand prac tical views of public aflairs Thisi3quite complimentary to tho newspaper man, but tho lacticmnius that tho peculiar naturo of his labors', necessitating night as well as day work,docs not fit him for jury duty. m SRI11 niHensc Cured. Ono thousand dollars reward for a better remedy. Trailer's Magic Ointment has cured the worst case of this awful disease. Sold by all druggists at CO cents pel box. "Not handsome," cxclaimod JHttio psp pcrrod, surveying himself in tho glass, "ilimm'd genteel.'' rioio V3T J. i:. lOUSGS ailKATAKTJAL DBY OOODS AUCTrON, T36 SF.VENTlt STBClTr. It will Tay Yon All. rrl aio Hales nt Auction Prices. New Patterns for Stamping IN OUTLINE WOIIK AT MRS. MAX WEYL'S, 71a SEVEhTH STUKI.T NOUTHWEST. GREAT BO'STOI SALE or ovrn $20,000 WORTH or 's ill Bfl?s' Cliff. to in; bOLU 11K0 aiidi-ess or COST. These are (he I'cst Goods tcr o(r,rca at Mich low julcru 3-irlctl cin git denulDO IiarEalns at tli.1 OmUKa.i-. , , aUnaOerccatsforM worth7. 2.C1. s butts at ft, , gio and tli. Tfr artlclesoMat rouch less than aluc. Thev must hufcol.., 011U jou can buy good iiqwt at 1cm tli nu tobt of material, at 7h sivhNTJi Him.irr xouTJiwr-HT, Ret.CiniulUfatrcets, The Great Boston Sale of Clothing. jQ5rI0Gk tor tho Largo ItcU blsiia. Jinl9lf SHIRTS! SHIRTS I SHIRTS! A Oowlhlrt for e. A ninnllWilrtfuraSp, milsheil lie. AWainsnlUi hhlrt forTJc, llnWhe.1 OOc. A Plaited lloBOmblilrtforbiC. tliiUUcd, it. hliltla lo order u siKctalty. batlsiactlou Guaran le.'d, at H 111 LLKIIY t CXl.'S. IaO Nu 1112 i' street nortliwcfct. T- DENTIST, 1 410 r HTItEIIT NOHTllWEvr. S. N. MEYER, C2S BEV-LNTJl BT. N W , I5LT. I AND K, Headquarters for GILT & SILVER TRIMMINGS 11LUAI IAS AND UAIK.ta ladi.tJOf Irtr EEOPEKED AHD EECONSTBUOTED I imitnmj olitcormr hu't NTH und I) HI'S., wlitie I will ol!r dreiit I nilut t laoilU lu 1 I'ICMIUIIK, Ovltl'1-.r-l, ttc. llll0"-Ur""-atl"u'.1'lV. WILLIAMS. aeW ClWt t.E 1 s ru AM) Il -. rillitTS C J 3R. 2? El T X 1T O- S. GEO. WILLNER, llav In toelc a lull llm of t uriivtlni, all gralcs liiUlolha Coiuaaiid Htraw MaitUitf'. Uo, IntMC n k a In t all l'aiwr liuiow Miaaea sua Otwtalp (ii oda TAre. and c.auze Vet MohquIw Cuuop.e4 W lr Wlnduw Bud Door Wrcnu 1'ikta Iiiw GEORGE AA7-IX.X.XiTj3K Kn. 4SH NINTH STBKKTKOHrilWtMl H. HOLLANDER, PBU EK IN China, Glassware, and Huse Furolabuiff Goods, KIM KKKST1I SinLKT MlItTlIWBtT. T. W. IIUKPHY, 023 G atieet n. w. practical tu wh.iei tuwaftill knowlMke u tu with an cxiHTiem-e of thirty yr in UonMbbAtrln iiowuaatfliia he Kim -ftiiM-t to care ail iUm-ohmi ol Uu tuot Jttto ol SjVt'X. X. GIXTING3, ma )t4'AVl.VAMl AVMl'l Calls iheuttemluuol thekuna trade aud L illden ioaafcwiuiddealrbbl6re8ia-ex&talowprlc0, oc4 AUCTION SALES. flUAnLESW HANDY t Heal ltate liroker. Tiirfvrrrrt ham: ov two vAT.tTAiu.r 1.01 hon M.iAtrNTirHTnj:m,tn,ihKN TAI4DU ISOHTHWJ-Sr. tTndcrniHUiT xlrdift offtilwit nftrmt. tlalM Juno c,A l l873,nnd recorded Iu lib? r No "IP, fnlln rr!i dim nfilm tdtid rrrnrrt fif I lift IPV Wet of Lolnmbln nnd t tbo reqnwt or Lommmn mm i mo rcn;ieHi 01 iiiertnf-y wcri nicreny, i win nucr ioi rnle, sttmbMo auction, tn Trout nf tho prem tlippftrty necurrrt thereby, I will nflor for rnieRttmbiio auction, in rroul or tno prem lfes.onHAiljUOA. itio ?lst li of Jan iisr, A. 1) iwi, nt threo o'clock n m, Ji numbered tlilrtj tnen(37) nimil.lrlj rUhtni,), In William It. (lunncM s recorded tmb-dUWIon ol 1 . ino .'i8i im nt threo o'clock Minurp nnn.lioTPil llirro luinrirtwl tin1 nt-nflfn. Hernnor rjilci Oncthtrd ciwh, tmlnnc? In fx twelve, tighter!! nnd twcnt four months with Inlerestnt Mt iicr rentt per nnnum, srnirelby deed oMrut on the property sold All conve nnclna At co-it of purchnser; ii) down when each lot Is knortced down. Hiirllnr; Trnitee J. T COT.mVELL, Ancllomer. ... litj N.Y. t. CONSTANT QUOTATIONS. Direct and Prlvato Wlro to Now York, Philadelphia and Boston. onmuts in Stocks and Investment Securities IXTJTKD WITH DESPATCH. J1UY AND.SKLfi Qovernmont Bonds, Foreign Exchange, Coin, &c. H. D. (Me, jr., & Co., Mm, 1429 F Street. We Invite tlic Public to examine our Quotations mid irt all Ihi-iDSclvM ol our scrvlcen us Broken In Buying nnd belling JuMtf PEE.IIIS TO IMPSO 11II Sell my Stock of CLOTHING at" Way Down Prices. HIE TAIIOEIie At Reduced Prices. This Means What It Says. Call and Examine tho Bar gains. e!)RgE SPRAjlsY G Clothier and Tailor, 507 Seventh St, Northwest, RELIABLE CLOTHING. IH11I1 INSURE YOUR PROPERTY wrrn the CorcoTan Hre Insnrance Go. or TOE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. A HOME COMPANY. J. T. LKSMAIf, Tres A.II.lTEItB.YIce-lVes J, T. DVEIC.becrtlary. Ofilco, Cor.T-ouislunn Ae.anaSeoiith St. nnl1 UNDERTAKERS, E. F. HAEVEY, UNDERTAKER, OJl bfcVIJfTU bT. SOUTHWtaT, rormerly 1)33 1' Street NurtIiwot. Tliornlillclsresnectftillynollflol that I am no Uneer at irQ 1' street, nut Kl beventu street nortn. weRt f aka nn mistake. It. V. HAllVtV. STOVES. Dealer In Etovcs, Grates, Ranges and Hot Air Furnaces Slanulactiirer or ull kinds ot TINWAIIK, KOorOUItTEKMII hTTlKET NOUTIIWEST. 1 lumtlni; and CJas 1 Ittlni; a bpeclall. beta """THE LARQE3T ASSORTMENT OF iiEFUiaFitAToni. watfti coor.nw, cook. IIU bTOVEM AND UASlll;) to be found In tue city, all ul luw prices. w. s. jejstiss as co., Ko. 717 RitVENTU BTItKET N. V. W. H. HARROVER, 313 bEVENTH BTItEKT KORTIIWJ JiT. STOVES, RANOCS and HEATERS, iiorhE-runvisiiiNO ooodm. JSTOVKANH 1 UltNACK Ithl'AIRS. IJ. BIOHET. 417 TKNT1I ST. N. W, above (1m Olllee Dealer In bTOVm.HAMJI-H, I UHNAtlM, 0. Itoofius and bpnullnff, llenatrlnK of IatrobeafUld bto e a bpeUaliy. BLINKHOnN & t a , Plumblnit and Qas Flt- Muir tdrtiri1er(Jiclleitaml nroinntlv eTeimsl. At B. tSc P. Freight Depot, Deulrs In all Vlnds ot AMI) zzjahjd -woods, Mniyltud Avenue, near 7th rt. s. w. WAMUSbTOH D. O lECEEFS SHIRTS, 4i7 BllVETlI bT MJRTUWliiT. O. P. BURDBTTE.SoloABeat. jtoKiircKH l'ATJOJr wKATiian sntiw I ' ocl luaiAiuiwanu iawi iific i YevutyU aula aveuje and KlsUteeuth at. RAILROADS. PENHSILVANIA ROUTE, TO THE MJHTH, KKhT AS11 SOUTriWEST. In Vtrvf-r Pfckmbfii 18, 1M1. TltAlKS LI.AVK WAHHIMHTON, from stttloo comer of SIMli kikI n streets. MfOllOTlS' Tor rillsljurir unit tho Mm, fhlrniro limited l.xprmn or l'nllman ItolPlAntt Hlfcplns tars nt lirMln.m Oally, last Itn, llHng, m dally Western 1xiitcss 30 p 111 ilally DAI.TIMnilK rOTOMAC rtAtl.ltOAD. For lAtiaiiclalKiTA, ltochcstcr. liniralo. L.lAsara Man rn dally except Mundny. 7 JO p m. dally except Hatnrnay. Tor Wllllamsrvirt. Jjock Haven and Klmlra at 10 CO a. m. daili . except (Sunday. Forew 'tr)c aiirlltielJast, 8ooa.m,10 0na,m 2.00, 1(1 IO and 10.1S p.m. On Sunday, 2.00, 10-00 and 10 13 p. rn. Umlted hxpres. of lullm&n I'nrlorCars, l30n m dally, except Sunday. For riilladelphln, 8 00 a. m , in 00 a, m.. 2.00, 5 10 10 (10 and 10 15 p. m. On Sunday i 2.C0, S.W, 30 ro and 10.15p.m. XImltedExprcss,9$3a ra. dally, except Hunrtay. For lialilmore, e to, 011, 9 M. 10.00 a. m., and 100, 4 'x, 4 40, Ii 40 7 M. 10 ui and 10 n p. m. On Hun day, 8.10, 10 00 0. m , 2.00, 5.4), 7 30. 10 00 and 10.13 P. in. Tfcltets and Information at the offloe, norlh- fast corner of Thirteenth street and Tennsylvnnla a enuet and at Ice station, where orders can bo lelt lor thechecklnRot boggngo to destination from hoteln and residences HiANKTIIOMbON.Oencratiranaitfr. J. II.WOOIl I) rneral Passenger A rent. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. Tub MonrL Fast, AND TH K ONLY MNM TH-TwrEN TJ1K liAH r AND TUB WK3T, via Waslilnirton. DotllLKTRACKI JAK-cuYCocrLsnt bTlKI. ItAIJ-SI Bclicdulo to lake cflect Kunday, Nov. 20. 1SS1. A. M. I,n.VVl! WABlIIKUTONl tU 30 ClIICAOn.CmCIXNATI ASDST.LOOWFAST lurrnRHH. B oo-iialtlmore, Ellleot aty and Way Stations. O 00 llaltlmore, Annapolis and Way, (Pied mont, Klrasburr, Winchester, KaKCrstonn and way, via Itctay ) 7 48 IlArTiMnniol..xriti..As, a lo-i-olntof Itocksand WarPtatlons. 8 10 l'lflLAURLFHIA, NKW YOBK and BOSTON JxrnKAa. 1 ailor cars to Kpw 'i orlt. 8.40 wtauntov and Vai lky KTvnKss. (Con nects for llaffcrslOMrn and at rolnt ol Itoclcs Inr ircderlclc.) JO 00 Onbundayonly, for Baltimore, Annapolis nnd ay, to 00 IlALTiMonn ExrnKas. Slops at ITyatls vino, LolIeRe, llcltsvllle Laurel, Annapolis Junction, Jessup s and Uanorcr. Ilo 40 l'lTTsntrnnir, Chicago, CiNcrxxATiand Bt. Louis Kjci-kcss. P.M. la 10 Baltimore, Ellleot City, Annnpollsand Way Hlatlons. n SO On Hunday Only, lor Baltimore and Way. fa 10 llALTIMOUB p XPRKSS. S 00 11A1.T1U0RR Jl.xrillJW. (3 OO 1IAX.TIM0RR, riIlLADK.rHlA and NZ7 ORK J'.xrHERS 3 30 Baltimore and Way Stations. (Winchester, Frederick, ltaeersioun and Way, via Be lay.) 4 00 I1ALTIUORK, ltVATTHVILT K AVD LADREI, Ixtrers, Frederick, via Uolay, tjtopl at A nun,K)lls Junction 14 40 Unltlmore, Annapolis and Way Stations f4.4fl l'olnt of Bock Frederick, llaserstowu, lnchcsterand WayKIntlons. (Outianday to l'ointof Bocks and WavBlatlons only., to 40 Bltork KxruKss. (Martlnsbnrs and ay, via Itctay. mops at llyattsvllle and Ijiurel ) o 00 l'olnt of Bocks and Wa Blatlocs, to 40 Balllmore and ay btatlous. 7.40 11ALTIUOUK, liYATTSVlLLE and LlOREI. 1CXIR1JS. 18 10 l'lTTMimtair, Cixt eland and Detroit 1 XWLSS. 0 SO PjiiLAnci.pitiA,KEW TonKand Boston 1 xniKflfl. HlccplnB cars to ew Vork. ID 47 mcAoo, C'incimnati, and St. Loui 2 Xl-KEbS. 1Q 00 BAI.TIMORK,HYATTSVlTT.K,and LAtTnri. Kx l'RKsa. Slops on signal or 10 lot o tf pns- mill AiiiinillH.Tnnr'llnn. I1V BiHLinn UQL tDally. tbuuduy onlj, other trains dally ex cept buuday. All trains from Wasulnston stop at Belay Sta tion. , lorfurthcrlnformatlonapplyat the Baltimore A Ohio Ticket Ortlcrs, WashWton Stntlon, and C19 nndlijl Pcnna. ncIlUC, cor. of lllh street, where orders w 111 ho Uiki n Icr bayai-e to bechecked and received at any point Iu the city. STEAMBOATS, FOB NOBFOI K, rOBTSMOUTIt. 10U11UJ-H MliNBOL. PINKV -, JcIC!lS POINT AND POINT LOOKOUT, tGsSJsSa. ConnccllngatNorlolkwIlh tho Boston Meaineis Steamer (IhOBUI. II Ally on TUESDAYtf T11UBHDAYS andHATUBDATTa at 3 p.m. Fall and W Inter Arrangements. beRlnnlno Oct, 1, Flrst-classiaretoNorfolk and Fortress Mon roe. . . . M 50 Second Class 1 are toNorfolk and Ft. Monroe, f 1 so First class Fare to Flney l'olnt and l'olnt Look- SecondIass 10 1 luey 1'olut and Point Look Tickets and staterooms for sale andTn!orma tlon lurnlshed at B W. Keed s Sens, 1219 F btreit northwest, B.0. Ticket OQlce, 1411 Penna.avD nue, l-t Marcllntel Boose'sClgar btandsat prin cipal Hoe!s, H. B Polkmhorn, next to City l'ost oulce, and at Company sOlUce. 7th street wbarl. OtOBOB JIATTINGLY. Ueuerat Kupcrintcndent, WM.I'.WFTAlf. Agent OCI4 HOTEJJS AND RESTAURANTS. NEW YORK AVENUE HOTEL. COIt N. Y.AVE. AND! ITU ST. Terms, 83. 50 per day. Terms per teuk, 810, SIS nnd SI I. Mcalft, per month SUS. Undoubtedly the Best Hotel Tablo In the City for the J'rlcc JOHN B. SCOTT, Proprietor. GILSSY HOUSE, EUKOrEAN Vl.AH. llroniltvay nncl Tivcnty-nluth bt. NF.W VORK CITY. Cor. jajies ii. imcf un & : IttOTUER, Proprietors. 1010 xoie Old KstAblUbpd Ladtes' and Gent's Restaurant and Oyster Saloon ThcLflrfret and Most Completo In the country. Constnntly on hand every brand of Ojaters touud In American Waters, vlth a boundlehs variety ol (UMD, nnd eery delicacy that the Northern ibUrn and Bout hern Slarktts can produce. Alwj IMMENSE LUNCH COUTTER. Our TnUe d'llote canuot be excelled In quality and vaTlcty. llaney.theOrifilnatororsiKAMEDOYSTEKS HAEVEY & HOLDEN, Proprietors. 1016 Cor. Tenna Ave, and Eleventh Bt. EDUCATIONAL sr PENOEItlAN BUSINESS COLLEGE, COR. i Mntb and li Ktroota ufrthwc.t. rwviinlpsi ut new and attract 1 e halU in the hiuidsome edlflco known throughout tho United Btatts aa Lincoln Jlall ItulldliiK. lay and. eenln un-ilous for ladle Hand pentlcraen, bons aud dauhtem edu cated furrtallire. Mudents receUed throughout the year. A pamphlet eontalnlnz an eloquent addieES to the btuJenta on IJeraents ot biictcbi'Ly James A (JarMeld, also, fall Infor mation concerning tie colltge, wlllbo sent free uitonapitllratlcn by man, or may be obtained at the culleKA oUlce. IJKMtV () HFC., 1'rlnclpal. Mrs. HAltA A. brENCtlt, Vlce )rine.i al oc28 s&y$.o&&&i m m "ea m rami D D C5 A W S E B IT Tfce only BATTFBV known to tb World eara hln of lilg UHAHUIil) Willi 3fi.DIt.INAI. TJIfc tnbTKlf. WILL CURE RHEUMATISM I FEVER and AGUE, ALL MALARIAL, rcrou aud Hralu DUsime aiul l'a. ralj.ls. uit. iinouus' i'vtunt uluctkio Tll.NbIlSJUll.laT13JlV Uworu u. l.ouiUJ twin Ilia noclt by mean or a dlkou i oid, and rtsta uiou tho aplual colmuiu otlier llk IttSout by mill every, wlicrol Children' Ue, SU .i,. illt'alie, al 00. btiul Inr Circular, I'Oll 8ALE OKI.Y DV E. Z. nELPHEHBTUTE, Dr gist, COllMill FOVItTFEXTn AND P MKl-ET itbblu llgjic) athlnstgn. D. i. , Aetata clkota Mies named.