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THE EVENING OEITIO, WASHINGTON, D. C.,l SATURDAY, OCTOBER Id, 1882.
WMi077J JBi) Lawn Tennis, Newport, FIve-stenandnll tho other new dances, lint 1'rof, Sheldon's Danc ing Academy, IQQl VX. ii, w. spit -rrOPF10n OF COLLECT OH OP TAXES, IfeF DIHTltlUT 01? COLUMBIA. WASHINGTON, Oct. II. m Ilie attention of taxpayers Is called to tho ro- rent enactment of Congress, approved July 12, IHW,whltb releasen their property from prevloui pen ill ties upon payment of 8 per centum Interest fier annum upon nil general tnxrs In arrears on be 1st day of Ju1y,1;u, ami on all special assess ments clue tho District of Columbia, provided said bay ment la mode on or before November 1, 1WZ. TUB PKSAl.TIKJ ANI 10 I'KUCKXT. INTKniaT, WITH OTIIKU COhTH, WILL llKATTACIt IF Till riUVlLKCIll I NOT AVA1LKI) OK llKfOltB TIIH tIMH I.IMITm ItV TIIH LAW. Jly order of tho Commissioner. JOHN T. COOK. 3dM7t Collector of Taxes, I). C. ggenALLBY ABSES8MHNT0, KXKJfrTION FItOM ALLKY AfWKSHMKNTS ojtaini:d ijv tiik hwajiau tax HELTEF AfcaOCIATlON. WM. F. MATTINQLY and C. II. IiKIV Oounsal. JAMES McKKNZIE, Secretary. OrricM No, 4 Bkvkntk St. N, W. ocll-d WCtal TAKU PLHAQUnniNBTATINOTHAT JPtt 1'ror. JOHN u. collinh has rWm my ton Leonard, a courso ot lessons In lloxlng and I'hys.cal training and that ho lmi derived much btiifllt therefrom. I therefore, moat heartily recommend the l'rofessor to those parents and guardians who have son and ward requiring such Instractlon. JI. C. BPKNCEK. March 4, 1662. AVOUST.19. IM2. I have availed myself of tho training of l'rof. John c: Collins In tho useof tho Indian clubs and In spa rrlng, greatly to my physical Improvement, IIKNUV O. Ht'KNOKU. . -MAiiAMn JoaiapniNB loqan. vooal Tear her. ladles and centlemen nrenarcd Jor tne operatic siage, ai no. iwu u , n, w. oclO-Cm ww-t.JP TOU WOULD AVOID CHILLS AND AyQ) Fevers, Ague and Fevers, Ullloui Fuvers and other disease Incident to tho season, tako SHOWN INU'H lUTTKllS.and you will surely ea capo them. JUtOWNINO'S BITTKUSbavobecnlnuso for over twelve years, and no ,t rson waa ever known to have chills or bilious fevers while ualng these 3ilttcrs, Tor bale by druggists and grocers gen- tr 7" BltOWNINa A MIDDLETON. rJlOWUETOU9 AND MANUFACTURER?, CIO Pknnsylvania Avenue. Wfin01VB THB DOTS A IbIIOW. THD MKO HlcKlo Bros., 13 and 19, positively guaran tee the Ocean Quern to he a clear llavautvilllcd five-cent cigar, nt tho California Clear Mtore, toll Penna. avc., opposite Harvey's. H. Blcklo nolo agent for this noted brand. Trado supplied In Quantities. VM ggRSrEOIAL NOTICE. We have received a largo supply 01 tho original HULL VAPOR STOVES, for summer uses and being lato In tho season Oder them at the following prices Large size, 3 burner, with extension (15 Clipper, 3 burner 13 Medium, 3 burner 12 Fairy, 3 burner 10 Large, 2 burner, with extension 12 Clipper, 2 burner, with extension 11 Medium, 2 burner 10 Fairy, 2 burner.,.- 7 Fairy, 1 burner 5 rare burning fluid always on hand Retail 20o. per gallon, SIMPSON & GUT, 100S MSNNA. AVE. 2nTA2CPAYI2RS BAVD YOUIt MONHY, Before paying Special Assessments call at No, 4MHeventh st. n. w.. Room 1. Consultation free Offlcw hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. and 7p.mtollii.ro, Wc-rtxMEROnANT-TAILOn-MADn CLOTH- 'Where to obtain n bargain In flrst-class Mcr chant Tallor-Mado Ovcrconti, little worn, or a Hull of Clothes, Odd Coats, l'ants or Vests of tho very best make and latest styles, which will last loncer and look better than shoddy ready-mads, nt which wo havo a largo stock and In all slr.es at lowprlces.ls at J. UEHZOU'fci, apSO-tf 3W Pth st. n. w near l'a, avo. maDR, CIIAS. 'a. KLOEUER, DENTIST Jmt uaieoi Virginia;, m. iati K street northwest, oilers bin pro fessional scrvicts to tho public. Twenty years of successful prac tiro rmhnllflii him tn iiromlae skill and care In thetreatmentof alt operations on the teeth and mouth. Vitalized rlr admlnls tercd for tho painless cttrar,tlqnof teeth. bp23 QPECIAL. It Is an acknowlegcd fact that work done nt th SWISS LAUNDRY a pre-eminently Superior to all other processes. Lace Curtains, FIno Work and Collars audCufTd a Specialty. 132a V ST., NEAIl EBDITT. ocn-lm IllA OODgnBY. Jll. IW TODDY BTOVES, BAK0E3 AND HODSE-rDnNISU-IKQ GOOES. At the Lowest Trices, Is at J. 3). SUITS, anlfl 033 Bcvcnlh at. n. w. rnBAKOKa, FURNACES, LATnODES, JPtt) IKON TILK ilACIC rutlCl'LACES PAJILOR UllATKa UAt) 1'lXTUUEa, SIC. EDWARD CAVERLY & CO., nlllf la MEW YORK AVBNPB. moN BAiiiKaa a specialty. A NeafWroncht Iron PAItK FENCE o! one-hill Inch Iron, pot up complete, at 80c per Lot, Also all miscellaneous Iron work, GEO. WHITE A CO., gar21 4ia Maine avenue sonthweat. STOVES, F0BNA0B3, HANQKS, fro. Tin plates, sheetlron work, flreplacostoTca.tanteal .rnrnaces repaired. Tin roohnti, sponttnr, and all kinds of tin work promptly attended to. Bend rout order to .. .H.a. nouia, BIO Kleyenth at. n. w near gst. n.lUB NATIONAL. BAFB DHPOBIT 00. MmT COJt. 1BTII HT. AND N. Y. AVE. Perpctnal CharterAct ol Congress, January 23, rerpctnai unarter, Ac 1S67. capim ax).ooo. gnDn. B. B. MUNOASTHIt, Dentist, '(formerly with Frot. Hodgkln), has moved his ofllce to 023 V st. n. w. spia ttSccBAUUBL B. SnBDD, JM6 40U NINT1I ST. N, W, OAB FIXTURES, FURNACES, RANQES, LATRODES AND ORATES, JfJ BLATE MAMTI.ua. LAT QRAND EXCURSIolS TO THE xscjxij&rz- o.a.-vjsS;, BUNDAY, OCTOIIUI; IS, A delightful rldo over tlio old Imttlo-ilcldH ol Virginia and tho picturcsquo scem-ry alonir the Bhcnandoah Valley, bpcclal train kavca Haiti. moro and rotoiuau;Dcpot, Hlxlit street, at 8 u m., returning at 10 n. m. Bliarp. Amplo ttmo given to view thcsewonucrlul caves. J'are.for the round-trip, J3.C0, Including adnils elon to tho Cnves, lit O. RANDEL. Ul0, it. LKOKUON, ficlO-Stt Managers. TO OONB RIVER SATURDAY, OCTOBER II, THE Jane ! Moseley Xcavcs Slsthntrcet wharf at 12 o'clock p. m, and returns at 11:30 sharp ttuuday night. TIckcts,Ono Dollar, Oommltleo Cant. Hen). W. Biimmy, Michael 3Ioinlllcr,JohnlCaglcston, JohiiPltzmorrls, Wiu, Klnslnger, Henry Larmnu, Trcasurcri John 1', Dennis, Secretary, Staterooms ran ho secured nt tho National Ho le! cigar Stand, or from the Secretary. Tlie Commlttca reserves tho right to take up any ticket and refund tho money. ocJ-lt JAMES H. MoQILL, DEALER IN BUILDINQ SUPPLIES, Mo. 1421 New York Ave., near Treasury. ' Gas Cooking Stoves, For Sale at tho Gaslight Oiflco, -rrua-i-Jt UTUJCKT. an Asthma Can Bo Curod. DR. HAIR'S ASTHMA CURB will be found In nil drug stores. Supply depot, Btott A Croin. well, 460 Penna. aye. Also, Uoorge W, Cropley, Georgetown. D. U. mys-im. THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABLISHED AUOPBT HUH. SOCIETY. Wlint I Uoilltr on In tlio Noclnl World. Tho many friends ot Mrs. Admiral lion wcro shocked and grlovcd to hear ot her sudden death, which occurred at Nonport on Wod licedny last, tier funeral took placo this morning nt 11 o'clock, from tho Church of Bt. James tho Less, In Philadelphia. Blio was never tho snmo alter tho doath ot her youngest ton, who, hy tho way, was ono of tho greatest social favorites In our cltyi and tho Admiral's sudden death shortly afterward gavo tho flnal blow toher health. I think It n brokon heart Is n physical possibility ho died ot one, for her grief for tho loss ot child and husband was of tho silent kind, whoso lntonslty saps tho foundations ot Ilfo. Mrs. lion: was Miss Ualnbrldco, ot Philadelphia, nndwa3 n groat beauty. Blio retained hor lovoly coloring, and tho solt brilliancy ot hor ayes, to tho last weeks of her llfoi and, although hor hair was whlto as silver, it noror occurred to ono to think her old. Tho friends of hor children, Commander Hon, u. 8, N and Doctor lion, orrcr them heartfelt sympathy, tor tholrat. fcctlon for their mother was groat, and hor loss Is an exceeding bitter blow. Washington society Is ploaitd to welcomo back to Its clrclo tho uaroness Klonck, tormorly known hero as Miss Laurence, tho daughter ot General Laurence, ot lthodo Island. Tho Hnrou mid their two daughters accompany her, and thoy havo taken a suite ot apartments nnvormlov'e. Captain Whoclor, U. B. A., has roturnoil to tho city and resumed his old work, captain Whcoler, It will ho romomberod, marrlod Miss James Ulalr a tow yonrs ago nnd becamo n Washlngtonlnn by adoption. Ills marrlaso madohlmlho brothcr-l u-law ot Mrs. Janln, ono of tho most charming young matrons In tho city. General Schonck and his clovor daughters havo returned from tholr summer wnndorlngs in Now England to their homo on Thomas Clrclo, (lcncral nnd Mrs. Dunn havo roturnod to their homo- on Lnnlor Placo Attor leaving I'rlnco Edwards Island they wont to tho Warm Springs tor n fow wookB, and It Is from "UIo Vlrglnny" thoy havo Just arilvod. Colonel Corbln's old friends nnd comrades havo given him a warm welcome, but thoy re gret that his stay Is so short, Ito returns to Kentucky to-morrow ovonlng. Major and Mrs. Black aro enjoying n visit from their oon, who Is hero torn fow days pro vlous to his departuro for tho South Atlantic. Mies Kcnnody returned last night from Now Itochclle. Lieutenant Convorso's "best man" Thursday evening was tho young Canadian omcor who was so often nnd so badly wounded in tho snmo fatal fight with tho Apachos. Rumor says an engagement will bo an nouueed botoro long in Army clrclos. Tho lady Is tho widow ot a promlnont regular Army ofUcor, and tho gentloman has boon dis tinguished In both Diplomatic and Army llfo. -Madamo Macotta, noo Roosovelt, Is on routo for homo. Sho has boon suniclontly on. conrnged In hor literary venture to wrlto a second book, but this tlmo sho leaves tho Held of memoirs and broaks a lanco with tho novelists. THIEVES AT WORK In tlio Vortlnvcstcrn Hcctlon of tlio Ctty. Tho notthwostorn section ot tho city was visited last night by a gang ot housobroakcrs andthlovcs, nnd tho result of tholr visitation was soon this morning in brokon windows and doplotod stores. Tho window of Mr. Ooorgo Combs' dry goods store, No. 101'J Fourteenth ttrcot, was smashed In and all tho goods therein, to tho amount ot sovcrnl -hundred dollars, woro stolen. Tho thlovcs aljo smashed In tho window ot Mr. Joseph lto pottl's shoo store, adJolnlng,"nnd offectually cleaned It out of hats and shoos with which It wns stockod. Tho windows of both stores wero ot plate-glass thrco-fourths of an Inch thick. Altor holplng themselvos nt thoso stores tho thlovos paid n visit to a houso on Corcoran street, near Thirteenth, and stolo Eovcrnl articles. It has been a matter ot sur prleo for eomo tlmo that this soctlon ot tho city has been so frco from robborles, as It Is almost, ni mo mercy vl luiovos, ruo " ooai " upon which thoso stores aro runs from P to Boundary stroots, and from Fourteonth etrcot to Rock crock, with only two pollcomon on It, Tho dtstanco botwoon tho oxtromo sides ot tho "bent" lsnearlyamllo. Should allroocc,ur at night, and tho policemen bo on tho othor eldo ol their "boat," proporty would. In all likelihood, burn down botoro thoy could roach tho neighborhood of tho 11 ro to turn In an alarm. Wnslilnirton Enterprise. Thcro Is an old adago that vonturos mako merchants, and wo don't know ot a case whoro It Is hotter exemplified than that ot Messrs. J. U, k J. L. O'Donnoll, ot Capitol Hill, pro prietors ot tho Entorprlso Toa Company, cor ner of Fourth street and Fonnsylranla nvcnuo southeast, who not only havo ono ot tho flnost ten, cnlfco and splco establishments south of Now York, but thoy also havo branch placos ntNos. U'J'.',:i23 nnd 3'Jt Centra Market; Nos. (17 nnd (18 Eastern Market, nnd No. Ill Northern Liberty Market. Tho branch In tho Northern Liberty Market will bo opouod for tho first tlmo to-day, and all persons making purchases will receive, In addition to a crock ery and glassware ticket, a handsoino chromo. This firm, bollovlug In tho old Scriptural say ing, iuai ii is moro picssou 10 givo man re ceive, giro away ns presents with teas and coffees hand-palntod pltchors, majolica waro of nil kinds, crockery ware, glassware, toilet sots and numerous othor use ful presents. Tho O'Donncll Bros, havo an oxpcrlcnco of many years In tho toa and cortoo business, and they sell nothing hut tho best goods, and they havo only to bo tostod to bo approclatcd. Thoy buy direct from Now York importers. They also havo a stoani roasting tlopartmont and havo all tho improvod ma chlncry tor retaining tho aroma In tho coffoo. And wo would add, in conclusion, that tho Mossrs. O'Donnoll aro Washlngtonlaus and aro very popular with their many customers, and porsons visiting their places ot buslnoss will find that they study to please, and ltglvos us pleasuro to notlco enterprising buslnoss men, . i T. JI. V. A, Convention. In tho convention of tho Young Mon's Christian Association ot Maryland, West Vir ginia and tho District ofKolumbla at Charles ton, W, Va., yesterday, tho topics discussed wcrot "Religious Work," "Young Mon's Meetings," "Blblo Classes," "Training Classes," "Boys' Meetings" and "Cottago Moot Ings." In tho nftcrnoon tho discussions wero led by Mr. Bowos, ot Washington, D. O., Mr. O, A. Llckllder, ot Petersburg, Va., and Mr. E. E. Sholdon, ot Baltimore, In thn ovonlng Mr. II, M.Wharton, of Baltimore, mado an address on "Personal Christian Work." Tho Jockey dull Knees. Tho fall meeting of tho National Jockoy Club begins Tuesday, October 2 1, nnd will contlnuo through Wednesday, Thursday nnd Friday, llvo races being contetted each day. ono n stocplcchnso. Tho club has provided lor great sport, somoot tho most promlnont lights of tho turf having boon secured. Trains to tho raco track will bo run regularly by tho Baltlmoro k Ohio Railroad. Kentucky Commissioner!!. Tho Hoard ot Commissioners, Btato ot Ken tucky, for tho Qarlleld Monumont Fair would bo pleased to havo tho ladles from that Btato meet at the rosldonco of Judge O. W. (list, No, a 17 A street southeast, on Monday ovonlng next at (1 o'clock, to organlzo a "Ladloa' Aid society." Mn. W. W. Lew, of Missouri avonno, showod Tnr. CrtiTici n peach grown by himself, which measured V2 Inches In clrcumfor enco and weighed 17 ounces. It was n mag nincont spcclmon ot trult and was tit lor tho gods. . FINANCIAL. To.tlny'M HtocK (InotntloiiN. Tho following observations ot tho transac tions In tho financial market to-day, togothor wllhoponlng and closing quotations, aro fur nished by tho banktng-houso ot 11. D. Gooko, Jr., k Co., 1-120 F strcot, Washington, D, O.t namt. o. t Nami, a. o. a b o 0 00 & I. Can 8 OBHtl.... UU k 10. l'a Con.., DLt W.. 1)01411... D&llU... Krlo II & St J., prof II ft Tex.. III Con.,.. 11I&W... I, Shore... L s: Nash. IiM ti W M Ccn,,,, Mo l'a Mo K & T, Man El,,. NY 0 N WCBt... prof U5V, 214 HI) H5V. N JCon... o& w 7154 B3W 7i l'a Mall... mu-o 120 R Island., 131 11014 107 122 t no Heading . oat. .'."'J St Paul.. lOSVlj ia'2 107 H8 1U3 '112V, n:HT. prct.,...i union l'a W Union., 5UV 4'J14 WBti.ii r :wvj (13 4l)a 1BVJ KS w art 78 71) prof., 1111. lrfilfV.nl.. Col 71) IE Tonn... 11 ov, 111 liaUj nrot 411 Mot El.... lfiVi .4?Hi in lUVNYEI KM) 'JWj mi 1IVI, oiVi 18 "i 100 r,:it, ii m IIH1-, ii-ivHna iv llli-i prof 1177 'n Unn 21 nnh, iu3 IB 23 (12 MVl 12 lOtlH, lotjl'altlt,,,, ililj) 11 A 41) 11 k P 41) liUTf, nay, 1111 lU'J II k D..,,, 1121,TJi HQ... ICOViItox l'a..,. 43-W U1X11HU, L, Fltts,..lVj 1 jll. Mining 1 2 U. B. 4 per cent., coupon Ill) Cltlim U, S. 4 per cent,, registered.,,, ,.lll lllHi u, B. ii por cout., coupon 113 SfiUHVj u,B.4Viper cout., registered.... 113 P11314 U.S. 5 per cent., registered lOOVaJHXH'j U,B.3sof 1881. ll)l102 u. 0.3 oss juyij call tor Flnloy k Brown's Ly l'lno cigars. .COME UNTO ME, SAITH THE LOHD OF HOSTS, All To Tlint I.nlior mid nrollertvy I.nden mull Wllltavo You Itont Ncpk tlio Vnlh Tlmt T.cniU to lUor nnll.iro mill JIiii)iueii-TIio Nrtuo tunrlCN nro )cu mill All nro In vited to tho UoiicI I'cnit YVlilcli WlllucHprciul To-morrow. tloil Miicnltx. God speaks to hontu ot men In many ways; Somo tho rod hannor of tho rising sun Spread o'er tho snow-clad hills has taught Ills praleo; Fomo tho sweet sllcnco when tho day 1? dono 1 Some, alter loveless lives, at length havo won His word In children's hearts and children a gaze 1 And somo havo found Him whoro low ratlera ring To greet tho hand that helps, tho heart that cheers; And somo in prayer and somo In perfecting Of watchful toll through unrewarding yonrs And somo not less nro Ills, who vainly sought His voice, and with Ills sllcnco havo boon taught Who boro Ills chain that bado them to bo bound, And, at tho end, In finding not, havo found, iljtcctator. VonQtttt-itrttt M. I. Church, S. 11. Souther land, D. V pastor. Preaching nt 11 a, in. and 8 p, m. by tho pastor. Dathauav Jt'fonn Club will moot at 7 s IB In MnsonloTcmpio; John Tyler, Jr., and othors will speak, como early to secure soat. I'nltcrfaiiit Church, Maeonto Temple, corner Ninth nnd V streets. Sorvlccs to-morrow nt 11 n. m.i sermon bythollov, W. D. Blcgtrlodj Sunday.school at 0 1 10 a. m, Flrtt Jlt.r. Chuich, corner Fltth strcot nnd Virginia avonuo southeast, J. W. Gray, pastor. At 11 a. m., "A Satoatildos" at 7i30, "Walk ing with God 1" Sunday-school at U a. m. Memorial Church, Fourtconth-stroot Clrclo, pastor, J. O.Butler. All soats troo; sorvlcont 11 n. in. and 4:30 p, m.; Sunday-school at U:S0a. m.andGp. m.j overybody wo Iconic. Ittfonntd JCpttcojml Church of the lieicemtr, St. George's Hall, G10 Elovonth strcot north. west. Services ovcry Sunday at 11 a. m.i Communion first Sunday of each month) scats frco. Il'rtJ Oeoroctoicn 31. & Church, Rov. Ooorgo M. Borry. pastor. 10:15 0. m., Rov. I. L. Hayghoi 7:30 p.m., by tho pastor; Concord 10:30 a. m. ana Tcunallytown 3 p. m., by tho pastor. Anacottla IVoman'i ChrUtlan Temperance Vnlon. (lospel meeting to bo hold In Mr. Ilalncs' Hall (noar tho brldgo), Sunday at 3 p. to, 1 mooting conductod by tho ladlos; cordial welcomo to all. Ml. l'leatant M. 1'. Church (Wost Washington Heights), Rov. T, E. Coulhourno, pastor. I'rcachlng at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. by tho pastor: Sunday-school at 3 p. m.j all aro lu vllod to attoml. Church of Ihe Jncarnatlon, corner Twolflh nnd N strcots northwest, Hoy, Dr. I. L. Town send, rector. Sunday sorvlccs, 7:30 and 11 a. m,. nnd full choral servlco at 4 p. in.; Sun day-school, 3 p. m. ll'eman'j VArullan Temperance Union. oos- pel meeting to-morrow (.sabbath), at 3 p. m., Masonic Temple, corner Ninth and F strcots northwest; meeting conducted by tho ladles; cordial weicomo to all. AifanUy'i 1'reibyttrlan Church, cornor ot Fltth nnd I stroots northwest. Preaching by tho pastor, Kov. Gcorgo O. Little, at 11 n. m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday-school at l):30n. in.; strangers cordially welcomed. Church of the Jleformatlon, B stroot nnd Penn sylvania nvcnuo southeast (Capitol Hill), Ilcv. W. E. Parson, pastor. Servlcos at 11 a. m.and7:30 p. m.i Thursday, at 7:30; soats frco; strangers cordially Invited. Church if the Ascension, corner ot Massa chusetts avonuo and Twcltth stroot northwest. Holy communion at H a. m.; morning sorvlco at 11 a.m.; ltov.Br. Elllottwlllprcach. Even ing prayers and sermon at 7:30 p. in. Socletu of Mends (Orthodox) will hold tholr meeting to-morrow, 10th lust., nt 11 a.m. In tho parlor ot tho Y. M. 0. A., SO IE stroot northwest; strangers nlwayswolcomo; Blblo clnes alter mooting, concludlug nt 1 p. m. Church if the I'alheilanit (Gorman Luthoran), Slxlh and V streets northwest, Rov. A. Horn rlghaus, pastor. Servlco at 11 a. 111, regularly: acrman Sunday-school atl):15 a. ra.: prayer meeting Wednesday 7 :30 p.m. All welcome Metropolitan M. K. Church, cornor ot 0 and Four-and-a-balt streets. Rov. Charles Park hurst, ot Now Hnmpshlro, will proach nt 11 n. ro.; tho pastor, Rov. R. N. Baer, at 7:110 p. m.; strangers cordially Invited to nttoml thoso ser vices, Free MelhoilM Church, Massachusetts avonuo, near Seventh street. services to-morrow: Sabbath school at 2 p. m.i meeting tor tho pro motion of holiness nt 3 p.m.; revival servlcos at 7:30 p. m.s read Hobrow lv., 1, 2; a wolcomo to all. Jlijland Chapel M. F.. Church, cornor ot D nnd Tenth streets southwest. On Sabbath at 11 a. m. preaching hy Rov. ltohort N. Baer, of tho Metropolitan M. E. Church, and at 7 :3() p., m. by Rov. W. F. Ward, of tho Foundry M. E. Church. V. 8. iVari- I'm d. Dlvlno sorvlco will bo hold by Chaplain Kramer, at 10 a. m., at tho library In tho Yard; 3:30 p. m, at tho Retreat, 711 L street, near tho gato, n tomporanco meeting; good singing by young ladlos; all welcome. l'eopenlng of Young l'coplt' 1 Meeting at nam. lino Church, Ninth and P slreots northwest, Sabbath ovonlng at 0 o'clock, Mrs. Roach will conduct tho servlco; good music lod by Gcorgo Harries; solo, Frank Woodman, esq,; every body wolcomo. Fourlh-ttreit Ju. h Church, Rov. Joseph Franco, pastor. 11 a. m., Matt, vl., 12; 7:30 p. ro., "A Remarkablo Cholco ;" young mon spe cially Invited; 0 a. m., Sunday-school nt church and mission; Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., praycr-mcotlng. Ailmry M, F. Church, Rov. N. M. Carroll, pastor. Preaching at ll a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; morning subjoct, "Tho Sixth Command ment;" at 3 p.m. temperanco meeting; ad dress by Mr. J.J. Cavnaugh and others; sing lng by tho Sunday-school. At. rauVt Church, Twenty-third street, Rov. William M. Barkor, rector. Colobratlon, 7:30 a. 111.; morning prayer, 10.15 a.m.; second celebration and sermon. 11 a. m.; evening prayer, 7:30 p. m.s dally prayers, 0 p. m.; celebration Wednesday, St. Luko'sDay, 7:30 a.m. Vauafi M. K. Church, Third and A stroots northeast. Seats all frco; tho pastor, Rov. Wllford Downs. at 11 a.m. nnd 7:30 ii. m.i morning thomo:"Tho Now Birth 1" ovonlng subjecti "Rest Given;" Sunday-school mis elonary offerings at 3 p. m.i interesting oxer. clses. F-tticet Jlaptlit Church, E stroot, noarSlxtn. northwest. Tho pastor, Dr. Faunco, wilt preach nt 11 a. m.i subjoct, "Going Back to Bethel;" also, nt 7:30 p.m., tho third lecture In tho courso on Lands and Men ot tho Blblo; subject, "Egypt, hor Remains and her lto llglons." Goreuch Methodist FpUcepal Church, corner ot Four-andn-haltand I. stroots. Preaching to morrow nt 11 a, m. by tho pastor, ltov. Wm. H. Lsnoyj'BubJecti "Entranco Into tho lloavonly Rest tho Sequence ot lloavonly Labor;" 7:30 p. 111., revival services after sermon; all In vited. Jlamllne M. F, Chucch, cornor ot Ninth and P stroots northwest, I) :15, Sunday-school; 11 a. m. sermon hy tho pastor, Rov. S. M. llarteock, "Tho Power ot Faith;" (I p. ni., young pcoplo'a niootlug, led by Mrs, Clara, Ronch 1 7 :30 p in., "Debts and nothing to pay;" welcomo. Weiley Chapel, corner Fifth and F stroots northwest. Preaching at 11 a. m. by tho pas tor, Kov. W, I. McKcunoy; 7:30 p. m., song and pralso sorvlco; 0:30 n. m., Sunday school; 3:30 p. ra., tompcranco mooting 1 praycr-mcotlng Thursday ovonlng; musical clrclo Friday evening, Memorial M.F. Church, cornor Elovonth and H streets northeast. Preaching 11 a. m., by tho pastor, Rov. W. Hirst Heed. Subject, "Rich Man and Lazarus." Beginning ot pro tracted mcotlng, to bo continued during tho week. Sabbath-school 0:30; como ono nnd all; scats frco; mootlngs good. MetrciMtan Presbyterian Church, Capitol Hill, Pennsylvania nvcnuo nnd Fourth Btroot southeast, Rev, JohnChcster, U, D pastor. Services nt 11 a.m. nnd 7:30 P.m.; In tlio ovonlng sorvlco tho discourses on "Egypt ami tho Blblo" will bo continued; subjoct to-morrow oveitlug 1 "Tho Mosnla Account of tho Exodus as Confirmed by tho Recent DUcovor les nt Thobes." JVorA CaiiltolM.F. Church, cornor ot North Capitol nnd K stroots, two squares north ot Government Printing onice. Preaching to. morrow at 11 n. ni. by Rov, 8, P. Glddlngs, nnd At 7:30 p.m. by Rov.J. L. Hayghoi Sabbath-school, 0:30 a.m. and song sorvlco 3 p. m. I elass-iucotlug Tuoedny ovonlng; prayer mcotlng Wcduesday ovenlug, Como and help us by your prayers and song. Metropolitan Maptist Church, cornor of A and Slxlh etroots northoast, Rov. J. W. Parker, I), 1) pastor. Sunday-school at 11:30 a. m.i B.P.Murray, suporlntondont; preaching by Ilia pastor at 11 a, m. nnd 7:30 p. m.i subjects morning, "Tho Ohrlst Permits no Noil, trnlllyi" ovonlng, "Tho Work ot Halvatloiiil" young peoplo'o pravoi'-moollng nt (1:15 p, m.j subject, " Jlercyi " all woloomoi Boats free. Ml. Zlon M, F, Church, Oroon stroot, Georgetown, D, 0. Preaching to-morrow, at lln. m by tho Rov, William lllcke, and at 7:30 p. in., by tho pastor) tho Sunday-school at II a.m. and 2:30 p, m. Tho revivals aro still going on. Ton porsons havo profossod re. llclon, ana many penitents aro nightly at tho ollor of prayer. Tho meeting will ronllnno all next week. Beats frco; all aro welcomo. T. w, Boothc, pastor. Jlaltroad Men's l'rayer Meeting will bo held to-morrow at .1 p. 111., Sunday, 15th, at Haiti, moro k Ohio depot. All aro cordially tnvltod. Mchemtree M. F. Church, Maasochusotts avo nuo, between Ninth and Tenth streets north west, Rov. C. Horbort Richardson, pastor. 1 1 n. 111., subject, "Tho Ways to Hnppinoss 1" 7:30 p. in., subject, "Tho Man whom Every body Contradicted " The Tahernactf, near corner of Ninth and D streets southwest, ltov. W. W. nicks, minis-tcr.-scrvlcc8ntlln.10. and 7:30 p. m.t In tho evening, "A Trco Talk with Froa Think ers;" music, morning, "O Saving victim" Vcunod! duot, "Nearer Homoi" Woodbury! ovonlng, organ adagio Jlaydnt "Just as I Am"JJarrtlt; tenor solo, " Prayor" Flotoiv, Urace M. F. Church, cornor Ninth and 8 strcots northwest, J. Clarko Uagoy, mlnlstor. Preaching 11a. in., by Rov. It. U. Ball, 11. D., and at 7 :30 p.m., by tho mlnlstor, on "Roll glous Arauscmonts," Sabbath-school 0:30n. m.nnd 3:30 p.m. A Blblo song servlco win bo held by Mr. W. Choatc, at which somo ex cellent music will bo discoursed, Mrs. Pono will preside at tho organ, and Mr. Youngs will Play tho cornet. A cordial Invitation Is glvon to all to all the sorvlcos.; EAST WASHINGTON. A largo company of tho relatives of tho fam ilies Interested assomblodat tho rosldonco of Captain Cross, G13 A street southeast, Thurs day evening, to witnoss tho mnrrlago ot tho Captain's daughter, Miss Alllc, to Mr, T. Everett Marchc, son ot Mr. Thomaa B. Marcho. Tho Imprceslro coromony ot tho Mothodlst Protestant Church wns conductod by ltov. J. W. Trout, ot Baltimore. Tho brldo was bo comlnglynnd beautifully dressed, which, wo regret, wo hayo not Bpaco to describe. Tho happy couplo havo tho best wishes of many friends that all through llfo they may bo as full otsuushlno and gladnosans nt tho pros, (nt: that their lives may bo dmpleto In use fulness nnd good doeds, nnd In old ngo, It It should bo tholr lot to live, they may still bo young In hoait, frco from caros nnd happy in each othors love. Tho bridal party held a ro. ccptlon last night at tho rosldonco ot Mr. T. U. Marchc, nil A stroot southeast, A largo num. berotlrlondstendoreil their congratulations. Alter a sumptuous toast, lasting until a lato hour, tho friends wlshod tho happy couplo good night. As Mr. Henry Given was passing through tho pnrk surrounding Gonornl aroono's statue, bo tweon 11 and 12 o'clock last night, ho was ap proached by two whlto mon, who wantoil to know tho time. Ho ropllod, "It la uoarly 12 o'clock." Tho mon contlnuod to approach lilm, and, In n Burly tono, nskod for enough money to got a drink with, Their objoct bolng eo apparent, Mr. alvon drew his rovolvor quickly, nnd, cocking It, bado tho scamps "skedaddle," which thoy did without turthor parley. Ho said this morning, "I had a great mind to II ro nt thorn and learn thorn a lesson." Beautiful BtarTabornaclo, No. 33, A. 0. D and S. of L. and C, Is making arrangoments to givoagrand entertainment at Congress Hall, A etrcot, between First and Bocoml stroots south east.Thursday, Octobor 20. Tho comtntttoo con sists of Miss U. liny, M.; Bmlth, U, Bird, M. Odcn, M, E. Boll, U. Lancaster, F. Davis, L. Ray, Wm, Ashton, chairman; L. Jackson, treas urer. Tho regular wcokly mooting ot Capitol Tent, No. GO, I. O. It., was hold lu McCaulcy's Hall last night, quito a largo numbor ot mem bers present, Including sovcral visiting broth, ers Horn sister tents. After conferring tho first acgreo upon two members and transacting tho usual business, tho tent rcsolvod ltsolt into tho "good ot tho order," whon spoochos, Bongs recitations and music highly dellghtod tho mi-juui-raauucDiivcnca ino ovcning. Tho solrco glvon by Protessors Wolch k McCoy, nt McC'nulcy'bHall last ovcning, was well attended and heartily onjoyod, Tho cnlcrtalnmont to bo given for tho bonoll t of tlio St. Mnrk's Church building fund, nt McCaulcy's next Monday, will bo nu cnjoyablo occasion, i:nt WiiNlilnetou lliislncss Notci. Tho fact nlono Hint Mrs. Wagnor, ot tho Swiss Dairy, has solncrcasod her milk busi ness In tho last fow yenrs ns to nocossltnto tho erection ot tho largo and handsomo building now occupied by her is a sufilclont guarantoo ot purity and fair dealing to further lncroaso her trade. WEST WASHINGTON. Inrlnclblo Council, No. 7, 8. ot J., hold n highly Interesting mooting last night, at which, under tho bond ot tho good ot tho ordor, excellent addressos woro mado by O, O. Weld and Brother J. B. Dunning. Mechanic's Lodge, No. 18, hold its regular weekly meeting last nlgnt. Fifty bovcu boats, nearly all with coal, ar rived by canal in tho last two days. ltov. Mr. T. E. Coulbournc, pastorot Mount Pleasant M. E. Church, has mot with n Bad nnllcllonlnthodeathof his mother, Mrs. E. Coulbournc, which occurred nt hor homo In Crlsilcld, Somerset county, Md., on tho Oth instant, nttcr a long and painful Illness. Tho Alumni of Gonrgctowa University will hold n meeting at Marlnl's Hall on Mondny evening next for tho purposo ot cloctlng offi cers, Tho lecture ot Lieutenant John Dancn howcr, U. S. N.. Inst night, at Christ Church lecture-room, wns llstoned to with great lntor cstby nu audlcnco ot upwards ot 300, com prising Eomo ot tho most notiblo pcoplo ot tho District. High tldo at 0:17 this nltcrnoon and 0.52 a in., nnd 10 :0U p. m. and 10:31 a, in. Monday. Thcro will bo two Interesting races this afternoon ono In slnclo sculls, bctwoon Mr. T. L. Cropley, of tho Potomncs, nnd Mr. Andy Smith, of tlio Colurablasj tho other botwoon Mcsers. Smith and Patten, ot tho Plato Print ers' Rowing Association, tn slnglo outrlggor gigs from Jonnson ."; Bro.'s. Both will bo tor handsomo prizes, and will como oil at 4:30. Black bass still contlnuo very plentiful along tho shores; In fact, thoy aro raoro plen tiful than has over boon known botoro, aud It IssuppoBod that tho contlnuod muddlncssot tho water alono keeps them down tho rlvor. Mr. Lowls Bakor, ot Johnson k Baker, has caught not less than a halt-dozen tlno onos every day for tho last week, baiting with smelt. Sailed 1 Schooner Jacob M. Uasuoll, Captain Connell, with coal, tor Boston; echnonor Cellna, Captain Adams, 1,000 tons of coal, tor Now Haven, Conn. Other ports; Schooner CO. Lanc.'Lnno, from Alexandria, Va., at New Unven, Octobor 12; schooner William L.Walkor, Halsoy, from Georgetown, tor Provldonce, at Dolawaro Brrakwator, October 13; schoonor Alfred Brnbrook Brlggs, from Provldonco, for George town, October 12. ItEAL ESTATE. Tlio Olllclnl Trmmri'rs, an ltccortlcil To-dny. Messrs. Danonhowor k Bon, roal-cstato brok ers, 1212 F street northwest, report tho fol lowing transform In real cstato In tho Dis trict to-day, as corapllodhy thorn from tho official records In tho ofilco ot tho Rocordor of Deeds 1 onTvtenty-flrst stroot, hotwocn r and O strcots northwest, lotl, square 80 ((12.2 by 128.8), Jnno II, o. Collins to Thomas J. Fishor and John W. Pilling, truetcos, nominal, on Sixth street, botwoon U nnd I streets northwest, lot 10, square 153 (25 by dopth), Corollno Fluggo to Hacharla Tobrlner, J2.O0O. On Eighth Btreet, between Q and It stroots northwest, lot 41, square 421 (108 by 05), William E. Chandler to Charles M, Koonos, I3.B7B. coiner rirst nnd L Btroots Bouthwcst, lotl, Bqunro BD3 (100 by 100), David Llscollott to Anna 0. Mcador, $1,700. on First street west, botwoon D nnd E streets north, sublot 37, squaro 571 (2 1 toot front by 120 feet), William E.Richardson Mary 1J. McOraw, (2,(300. On Sixth street west, botwocn llhodo Island nvcnuo and s strcot north, sublet 40, squaro 412121 foot front by dopth), 8. T. Thomas ot a!., trustees, to James H.Lonry, $581.25. on S street north, betweeu Sovonth nnd Eighth strcots west, sublot 3 1, squaro 417 (10 feet u Inches front by 00 foot), Emma L, Flom. mlng tn Dlller B. Oroff, 1,300. on Tenth street west, botwoon L and M streets north, part ot BUblot 27, squaro 301) (18 feet .'.' 01 an Inch front by 138 toot O Inches), Carollno M.Barnard to Jonathan B. Manu, 1,000, On Second street west, between 0 and II stitcls south, sublots 111, 20 ami 21, squaro 588 (50 feot front by 115 foot), Robert II. Gra. ham to Daniel Kelly, $700. On O street south, between Ono-halt street west nnd Delaware nvcnuo, oast halt ot Into, square (112 (15 foet front by 100 foot), Haz ninl J, McCoy to acorgo W. and Aunlo Colo, On-!! street north, botwoon Twenty-first nnd Tnenty-eecond stroots west, west port ot lot 10, iqtiaro 70 12a feot front). William Ryan to Geittudo B. Moss, nominal, Pnit ot Beau's Adventure, contains 1 ncro, Snlllo A. Scaggs to Richard D. Pollard, 100. DiiiiicnIIo Infelicity might oflcn bo avoided It pooplo but had a lit tlo tact nnd n scrap ot good sonso, To bo ami nllovhllo under torture is possible, but tow pcoplo.caro enough about bolng good tomporod to mako nny Bitch orfort. Whon a mau's ears nro bolng Blowly Bawcd oil by his shirt collar, and tho back of his neck sand-pnporod by it badly. fitted shirt-band, bo isn't very often a picture otnmlnblllty, It his pain wcro all, lot him suIter.butforthoBako ot his wito nnd poor, unhappy children sond him to Taylor k Unity's fornBetot tholr porfoct-llttlng dresi shllts, nnd stop his outbursts ottonipor, i:xilnuntlon Unnecessary. Explanations aro always In order attor n lost election, but It Is unnecessary to oxplaln why It is that James Thorp, 818 F stroot northwest, keeps tho boat wines and liquors In tho city, It is a cold tact, and that Is sufficient, J. U. O'MEARA. E. A. DEAN. c:m::e!.a.:r,.a. & oo.'s 35 GHxtr .w n K s fCQK (( flTTn Domnscus Barrolsl Rehoundlns Locksl Extension Rlbl Dotibln trJOiJiVJU UU1 i Boltsl Pntont Forcnd I Extraordinary Shooting Qunllllosl Trial Given. Biggest Bargain In Iho U. 81 Hundreds ot Testimonials from sportsmon. N. B. Wo hnvo n lull lino ot Colt's, Diana nnd Orccnor's Fino auns, ranging from 150 to tlGO. Muzzio LoadorB from f 3 to $10. !B1 fin TJAOP ?im.Tcs wllh Voluptuous EnsolGcnutnoEngllsuWndoan.mutchor kPl.UU IliAtlUIb Hollow Ground Ringing Rattlcrl Warrantod for Ten Years, nnd over 5,000 In dally use. Sent postpaid, only $t. 75o.EAZOE STROP! sccondsi Postpaid, 75 conts. !K1 fifl TATJlTFT ftTTNM Shoots Darts nnd Bullets I Excollont for Practicing on pliVJU JLiiXvUJjJ. UUJLN 1 cats, Rats nnd Targets I 30 inchoslongl will carry 500 feet. Sent postpaid tor 25 conts oxtrn, fCR fifl PTPTPf Shoots CnrtrldgcslAbsolutolyNoIsolcssI will kill cats. Rats, Bqulr. U3U.UU it J.X JJJJ I tela and hit a Bull's Eyo ns tar as you can boo It! Evory restaurant should havo ono ns they mako no report nor smoko; shoot accurately; and tho cartridges cost only 20 rents per hundred or 5 shots forn cont. It will pay for ltsolt Inonoweok. Every household should havo ono of theso beautiful Rules, ns target shooting tralni thooyo, strengthens tho nerves, Is oxhllnratlng and fascinating to both young nnd old. By express. $5. Wo hnvo bolter and finer qualities nt 17.50 nnd 10. N. B. Also n tull and complcto lino of Stovcno', Wesson's, Romlngton nnd Wlnchostor RlUos. O'MEARA & 00., 1347 Penna. A venue, Washington, D. 0. lmmcneo Cataloguo of Sporting Goods, Razors, Musical Goods, Oamos, auns, kc, sont f roo to all. SOUTH WASHINGTON. Qultoancxcltomontoccurrod yesterday in tho hoardlngcstabllshmentotMrs.Uelchart, atlllO Maryland avenue. That lady was engaged, with tho servants. In arranging tho houso for tho winter when Mary Doylo, ono ot tho house hold offlclnls, becamo dobllltatod, and ex pressed n doslro tor something strongor than wator to hraco up her cxhaustod physique. Sho wanted to send a boy to a nolghbotlng saloon and mako an Investment In Kentucky bitters, but was provonted by tho landlady. Mary continued at her work, but it wns nollcoablo that sho was becoming very unsteady In her movements, whllo tho atmosphere In her vicinity had a strong sus picion ot whisky. Finally Mrs. Rolchart re monstrated with tho girl about hor unsoomly ways, but tho latter objected nnd lit into tho lady, tearing, scratching and biting her In a manner worthy ot a Congo Amazon, whllo Inngungo foul nnd forclblo poured from tho fractious daughter of Erin. A young gentle man boardor was In tho houso at tho tlmo, aud ho succeeded In forcing tho pugilist away. A Iiollco officer was sent for, but tho landlady tlndly called tor Mary's resignation papers and did not allow hor to bo nrrestod. Attor tho meleo It was discovered that Mrs. Rolchart's nusbananad a pint iiask luuot consolation concealed In a drawer, and Mary, with tho shrewdness ot a Plnkcrton dctoctlve, hail found It and drank tho last drop. A largo party woro playing croquet on tho old armory grounds yostordny afternoon. A eqtud ot tlio Washington Light Infantry Cadets drilled until a Into hour lost night. Franklyn Rollins, ono of tho gang who as snultcd onicor Aldrlch August 2, was cap tured yesterday by that onicor. Rollins, ntter committing tho assault, loft tho city, but thinking tho mattor had blown over roturnoil, Konnlngton, another ono of tho assailants, who was out on $300 bonds, Is supposod to hnvo left tho city. Tho following Is tho wharf report for yostor day mado out by Uarborma3tor Sutton; Schooner John A. Bockcrnian, Captain Urum mond, (157 tons coal for Clarko k Given; schooner Bcsslo 0. Roach, Captain Crosslcy, fiOObarrels cement nnd 300 tons asphalt tor District merchants: schoonor Kato Wators, Captain Laudln, 430 barrels swoet potatoos tor District merchants; bargoE. T. Woolley. Captain Coomburgh, 117 tons coal for Inland k Seaboard coasting Company; bargo L. Dom phrey, Captain Doruphroy, 2&0 tons coal for o, T. Sheriff: bareo Harvost Home, Captain Dcmphrcy, 202 tons coal for P. Pollard; bargo O. W, Brenglo, Captain Bowons, 120 tons coal for Potomac Steamboat Company; schooner Mary Ella, Captain Olden, 40 cords wood for Stephenson k Co.: schooner W. D. Clark, Captain Nosh, 40 cords wood for J. O. Carter; Bchoonor, It. U. Purdy, Captain Blmms, 25 cordB wood for H. L. Blscod; schoonor A. L. Mono, Captain Mane, 210 tons cool for J. E. Miller. In Justlco to Officer Williams, who Isonoot tho most efficient men on tho South Washing ton force, It may be said that ho offered to ar rest Victoria Minor's husband tho morning sho was murdered, and wns only provontod by tho earnest solicitations ot tho woman herself. Tlio Cone Itlver Itonit. Trobably tho last oyster roast ot tho soason will tnko placo to-morrow. Tho Jano Mosoloy will loavo Slxth-stroot wharf at 12 o'clock to night, and return Sunday night at 11:30, In tlmo tor tho street-cars. Two hundred and fitly bushels ot oysters havo boon ordered, and will bo served raw and roosted, troo ot charge All who aro fond ot tho luscious bivalves aro advised to bo on hand to-night. No Improper charactors will bo allowod on tho boat, so that ovcry ono is nssurod nt a good time. Don't miss tho last opportunity to oat oysters frco ot charge Fllllllco Knees. Tho Maryland Jockoy Club will hold their fall running mooting at Plralloo Courso Octo ber 17th to 20th. Inclusive Passongors from Washington can take tho 10:30 a. m. train via Baltlmoro k Potomac Railroad and connect nt Union Station with trains direct to tho track, and returning, arrlvo In Washington at 0:10 p. ni., 8 :40 p. m. or 10 :15 p. m. . "Tlio Wonder or tho Aire." 400 B Btreet, N. W., WAsnixaTOS, D. 0., Octobor 10, 1880. H. H. Watixeii k Co. i lr-My caso has been a marvelous ono, and my restoration to health through your Sato Kidney and Liver Cure has been the wonder ot all acqualntod With It. SAMUEL J. AmiUEWH. m.vititii:u. GOULD-FALL.-Octobcr O, at Holy Cross Church, James Gould and Jnno Fall, nil ot Fatrto County, Va., by Rev, Dr. Harrold. KiDHEYUVt SSbECMME Dlsense Is an effect, not a cause. Its nrlcln Is -within Its ninnlfestntlout without. Hence, to euro tlia disease tlio cause must tie removed, nnd lu no other way can a cure ever lie ef- reeled. IVAItNK.ll'S SAFE K.IUNKY AND I.IVKll 4JUIIK Is estnliltslieil ou just tills principle. It realizes that 95 Per Cent. of alt illscnscs nrlso from demurred lildueyn nud liver, and It strikes at ouce at the root of the dllllonlty. Tlio elements of which It la composed net directly upou these great nr- gnuB, both (- njood and restorer, and. y plncliiK them lu a healthy condi tion, drive disease uud pain from the system. For the Innumerable troubles caused hy unhealthy Kidneys, Liver nnd Urinary Organs for the dis tressing Dluordera of Women for Malarlu, and for physical derauge nieutB generally, this great remedy had no equal, llevvure of linpoiiters, Invitations anil concoctions said tu he Just an good. For niauotes, ask for WAUNEU'S SA'K DIAHKTKS CUKE, Dor Bate by all dcaieis. II. II. VAH.NKIt, GO,, UocUestcr, N. Y. npll ftkSfly A Remarkablo Invcntlonl Combines 2 Hones and 2 Btrnpi lnonol Olvcsakeoncdgo to tho dullest Razor In ntow AMUSEMENTS N ATIONAL THEATRE. TO-NIOHT AT 8. TONIQHT AT 8. last OpfOrtnnlty to Witness HARTLEY CAMP. DELL'S Latest Success, THE WHITE SLAVE. Strong Dramatic Company. Full Chorus Jubilee Singers. Monday, October lit. Direct from Hnrrlgan and llart'sTlicatrc, Nfw York, Edward llarrl- gan's Masterpiece, SQUATTER SOVEREIGNTY, Presented by BI. W. IIANLEY'8 COMPANY, Alter a Successful run of over 300 nights at Karri gan and Hart's Theatre, New York. trjlonD'a.-FAltEWELL OF LITTLE MINNIE TO-NIOHT. 'lONKJU'P. aoon-nv. sweeti 1 1:. ut, ooodiiy. UOOD-UY, SWEETHEART, UOOD-BY, MONDAY NEXT, THE PROFKHSOII, from tho Madison Squaro Theatre Company. Monday Evening, October M. Complimentary Testimonial Benefit to MR. JOHN T. FORD. Only Performance of tho Week. Only Performance of tho Week. Only Pcrl'oruianco of tlio Week. Tho New Yerk Operatic Success MANTKAHX NOIlt. MANTEAIIX NO III. MANTKAIIX NOfll. MANTEAUX NOIlt. MANTKAIIX NOIlt. MANTEAUX NOIlt. XUKDUL JOCKEY GLOB EAUMETIK&. TUESDAY'. OCTOIJISIt 21. WEDNESDAY, OCTOIIUK 25. TUUltSDAY, OCTOUEIt UO. Fill DAY, OOTOllin: 27. Fivo Eaces Each Day, one of which will bo a Steeplechase! Improper diameters ulll l'osltlvoly bo Excluded. JOlTbc Baltimore A Ohio Railroad Company will run special trains to tho track on raco days, and return trains will be in waiting at tho termi nation of each day's racing. Round-trip tickets, 10 cents. THE TIRhT RACE WILL BE STARTED PROMPTLY AT ONE O'CLOCK. ocll-llt N EW THEATRE COMIQUE. MONDAY', OCTOBER D, Matinees TUESDAY. THURSDAY AND SAT URDAY, Two Cotnplclo Entertainments. Tho ropular Sensational Star, MR. JOS. J, DOWLINC, 1 E. A. Locke's Xcw, Original Drama, la four acts, entiilcd NOBODY'S CLAIM. Supported by a StroiiirDramAtlo Company. Tho famous miialnnBWoreiiria.tuo trained doHport, tlieblbcriaii wolf Trix, and tho ciuuu- nionbcar Vesuvius. Mr. DowIInc will also Introduce the following celebrated ltiilo Knots: TrlDloHhot, uewaudorU Ktnal; Double blioti Telegraph Wlro Hhot, new and original; Itackward Bhot. Tho Flat Boat KxploMrtm Tho Thrilling Raft Scene. lhoUrcatcutorr.ro Scenes. ThoHoarlng Ansel. Incidental to tho Drama thofollowlnj; Specialty 6tarmlll appear. Ward and Lynch, Clark and Kdwards, U lesHndlo llasson, SIIhs Loulso Bltsa, Prauk I.awton, ltazlllla, Mis Alico Weston, llodgcn and IHI-m. Beats secured In advance at usual place, fl. PUKD. BKLLKCIC, Manager. A BNEli'O MCBIO nALL, niTONIxn OP THE WINTEtl REASON. HKt-'H, MONDAY. OCl'OUEU 2, 188J. Mr. Abner begs to announce that his large and spacious ball can bo rented from the ubovo dato tor Con. certs, Lectures, Tbeatrtcals, Halls. Fairs, Meet ings, Ac. Tho ball will bo thoroughly renovated, and In connection with the largo dlnftig-room and elegant lodlea' dreMlng-rooms. will bo the most comfortable hall In the District tor the above named purpOBis. For terms and further Infor mation inmilro at the otllce or at Mr Abuer'. n-Bhipiiro. 4i.i and iiftftih at. n. w. bp2o If you want to buy tho best quality of Coal and Wood go to j-ox3i3sr nyciLXjER, Main onice, Depot and Kindling Wood Mlll.-lU M. and Va. ave.s. w. Urancli o ill ecu, 62J "tti st. n. w. and HJ 11 t. b. e. Tho trado supplied, TeUt plionlc connection. 1 handle tho very oest quality ot Anthracite and UUuiutnous Coal. I buy tor rash only, mud therefor my prices aro hard to beat. Coal received direct hy rail Iroin the mines nd kept under cover, Orders delivered promptly In any panel tho rlty. oc9 Manufacturer and Denier In STOVES, TIN AND HlIKKT.lltON WAllK, lln Itootlne. Uutterlog aud Hpoatluc, riumblne aud Oas-JrUtliii,'. Nob. 401 ami 4011 Sotentlt Street S.W, All Work dono at short uotlco. able. Term? rca?on- ocj OIGARS AND TOBAOOO. The best quality of Cigars and Tobacco In Wholesnlo and Retail Quantities can ho bought at 0. BOYER'S Emporium, 311 41 St. S. W. A Bpeclalty Is madoot keeping tho bestbramK PRICE'S DRUG STORE, ISO KKVENTII WREET SOUTHWIS.T, Continues to ho tlio Leading rharniacy hi South Washington. Medicines ol all kinds uro soldnt reasonable rates. A .pectally Is mado of com. pounding physicians' prescriptions. oc7 ADLBR BROTHERS, Dealets In Boots, Shoes and Rubbers. Ladles'Flne Kid Button, I.R Largo Stock ol New uoods J mt Received, Call and examine, E01 Fonr-and-ahalf Street Boutocat, MOWN SALES. Y BUNCANHON BltO,,VAucUonee"- '1!,'.!;PJ,S'K,f,.,.f,AT'E np rnoPERTY ow VKXliZyPX '.?". .HritRirr, iir.rWEEN yilllllNIA AVE. AND F HThI N. W. . ,V5 ,J.r.lu."l! '1M"1 of irust, cloly recorded In Lllwr Mil, J olio SIS. ft sen., one of tho land record of the District .of ColumbUj will cll at publlo n4ietlollonTIIUIlHl)AY.O(h'OIIKHI'J.A.II.,IS2. at lo clock p. m In rront of the premliM, all that St'Jtt! rJ,',ce.fr l'."rw! PC Kronnil slum e, lying .ndbeiiglutboclty of Wanhlngton. District of Columbia, and knownanddmcrlbi-dontheKround plat or plan thereof as part of lot numbered nlno (ll). In square nnmlif red clgtity-ono (l), being tbo aoutliern 'JO feet front of said lot by dentil orono hundred and rorty-four feet, and more lully de scribed lu said trust, together wttti all the ease ments, hereditaments and appurtenances to tho enme belonging or In anywise appertaining. Terms one-third cash: balancelno and 12 months: notes to bear Interest, to be secured by iired of trust, or all cash, nt purchaser's option. Terms lo bo romnllcd with In 7 days, otherwise trustee reserves right to resell at risk ami cost ot default ing purchasers. A deposit off ho required at sale. Conveyancing, Ac, at purchaser's cost. A, THOMAH BRADLEY, oclM 1-17 Trustee. T. COLDWELL, A action cer. THUftTFKS SALK OK DKHIRAIILT! tJNIM ntOVKIl PltOl'KItTV, 11KINCI LO'IX St AND S3.IN KQUA1IK774. ritONTINtl ON FOUUTIC HT, N. K, J1KTWK1CN K AND L BT11KKTH, Jly virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated De cember l, 1671, and recorded In Liber No. cm. Folio ion. ofthu I Jind Records of tho District of Columbia, and at tho request of thn party secured thereby, wo will on Haturday. tho 21st day of Oo tnbcr,A.D.lHfjZ,at4.;ioo'cl0ckp. m.. In front of thn premises, oflcr for sale at publlo auction tho iDlluwIng-descrlbeil real estate, sltnato In tho city or Washington and iHMrlct or Columbia to wit: Lois numbered tlilrty-two (82J and thlrty-tlircn (3.1), In recorded subdivision of snnnrn numbered se en hundred and nevcnty-four (771). being de scribed by metes and boundsai follows: Deglnnlntf forthosamRat tbo northeast corner of said lot Iblrtytwo (32), and running thenco south forty onoNl) feet eleven (ll)lnches; tl.enr-owestnlnetv (tw) feet: thenco north fortyono (11) feet, eleven Inches; thence cast ninety (DO) feet to tho placo or bcRtiinlnp. Terms of sale, ai prescribed by tho deeil of trust, areas follows: Tho amount of Indebteduess se cured by this deed or trost unpaid, with tho ex penses of sale In cash, nnd tho halancoln six and tuelvo months.for which tho noto of tho pur chaser, bearing Interest from theday of salo and Feci) red by a deed or trust on tho property sold, shall bo taken, A deposit of ono hundred (flM) dollars shall bo required of the purchaser at tho tlmo of sale. All conveyancing and recording nt purchnner'n cost. If tho terms ot sate aro not compiled with In seven days from time of sale, tho trustees will resellat tho risk and cost of tho defaulting purchaser. JI. TT. WAItNKR, IIEO. W. HTICKNRW oclo-d.tdw Trustees. NEW AUCTION HOUSE. We respectfully announce that we are prepared tn receive Furniture, Carpets and nil kinds ot Household Uoods to sell on commission nt our fcfpaclous Warerooms, NO. 0S7 LOUISIANA AVENUE, opposite City rostolllce. Also, commodious slor ago for Fine Eurnlturo and other goods. HOEERT VOSE Cs CO. CAPITAL DYE HOUSE, 3S7TENNA. AVE. S. E. It. SCHMIDT, Proprietor. Tho only RKMARLK establishment of thoklnd In Knst Washington. All work guaranteed to be perfif t. Hi asonahlo prices nnd polite attention. "NEOLA," Dornln Kills' Own Brnnd, lleft 5-Cent Cigar In AVashlnftton. OHOCKUIKSANIJI'KOVIHIUNH. Sliver bpray 11 our (a.ao quarter bbl. Oyster's Crc ornery liutler. Cor. '1 bird nnd A sts. w. e. THE EAST WASHINGTON DEPOT Tor nil of ihe NATURAL MINERAL WATERS Is 111 F. X. DOOLHY'H DEUU STORE, corner Third street nnd Pcnun. nvo. east. ocl3 WASHINGTON HALL RESTAURANT, ALT1EIIT0 CAMPIIKLL. I'roprleter, cor. 3d st. and l'a. nvo., Capitol JIlll, Oamo ami luxuries In seaion. JtllwsiiKeo nnd Washington beer and other drlnkB.Lodlcs 1)1 nlng-rooms. spI3 THE SWISS XDuI"5T Mrs. ELIZABETH WAGNER, Will remove In a few davs to the eleirant nnd com modious new building, oa Fast Capitol street, whert'.nsiisunl, pure milk butter and dairy pro- pro aep8 (IUCIS Will UOBOIU. CARAMELS! ALL FLAVORS. TORE AND PRKSK DAILY. UNADULTERATED CANU1EM. TRUIT, l'OREION AND DOMESTIC, At YVKIMIAN'S, U03 I'ennn. Ave. East. COOL IDK-inSTDKS, Soft Crabs, Turtle Bonp, Clam Chowder, Luxa rlcs In fcjcason. Jiest Liquors. lyll 210 TKNNA. AVE., CAI'IlOLniLL. AT TERD. PRANK'S LOW-VIUCR H1I0K 1I0UHE, aa.t TA. AVL. iiAST.CAl'lTOIi U1LL. tables' Itcst Trench Kid Button, $2.50; Ladles Hfst Kid Itutton, narrow width, A and Ii; only i's and 6's left, worth f 3 for fUW, ocd GIVEN AWAY. China, Crockery and Blniswareto purchasers of Ten and Co nee. JINTKIU'IUSE TKA CO., Ilea rront, cor. 4th nnd reun.ave. east, llest Old Oov ment Java, 32c. pound. HATB AHD GENT'S PUENISHINGS. JOS. WALTEMYER, S05 l'a. avc, CapltolUill Children's Bcliooltats.r.nc.: SllkScnris. !'. to 11; Whlto Hhlrts, sue. toll: Rest -Inly IJnen Collars, 2 nnd 3 lor 'JAc.i (lent'a Hose, all styles. The Cll. max fhlrt. warranted Wamsuttu Aluslln, 2.1MJ Llncu RoEom.l Umbrellas. Wc up. ocj GUNS! GUNS!! GUNSI1! The IUInforced-Ilreech " Diana" Oun. A vast Improvement. Absolutely sale. Winner in all trials. Alsv many other makes at various prices. All guns warranted. Jly long experience la a guarantee of iat la faction, WM, WAUNKlt, Gun Maker, and Dealer In Hardware and H ports men's Supplies, '3Jl rennn. ave. cast, Capitol Hill. oca COAL AND WOOD, Carefully .selected lor Family Use, at Hot lorn l'rlces. East Washington Coal nnd Wood Yard, U,L.HlMrS0N, Jb., oc3-lm 0 to renpn. ave. s. e. T, BTEINLE'S OONPEOTIONERY, No. 110 TKNNA. AVENUK EAST. EBTADLIHUED 1851, ON CAl'lTOL JIILL. I am tilling up my store with the finest Treuch nnd American Caudles for the I'all.and I will nluns during the Winter keep on hand the best Candles and Cakes. My I'hlladelnhla Caramels or dlflcrent llavorn nrn tho best in the market. Ice Cream nml Wnter Ice always on bund. Wed dings and Turtles furnished at short notice. Pie pup glvn me a call. SEASON OP 1882-83. ntors. niRMiNOHAM and golwav. l-'ttshlnnable Dancing Academy at Washington Hall. Classes for children and Adults from 6 to 8 p. ni. Reunlous Mondays and Thursdays from 8 uiitlllO.30p.nl. keep -wA.:R.:jiEC TbemoHtcoroplfte and largest stock of STOVES audl'AltLOH 1IKATKKH In East Washington, lloueclurntshlng Uoods and TlnwaroatChcnpcBt Hates In thn cliy. 1.1 . 11, 1I.VNN, 003 1'enna.Avo.B.K. EL.IA CHEL1NI. COAL Sc "WOOTD- Vereons deMrluglbo heat Anthracite andlJltu rnlnous Coal, l'lne and Oak Wood, aro Invited to Inspect tho large stock In the Yard, cor. Del. ave. and D street n. e.. which purchasers can obtain at the lowc st market ratrs. 2,210 lbs. to the ton It guaranteed, aiaiuuincc, lueuni's urocery, sa l'eima. avenuo s e. sp'-M STOVES! STOVES! largest best selected and most complete stock In Fast Wiisblngtnn, at tho lowest rlgures. IIOUbEFURNlMHINU ClOODS.a full line. Hoof ing, Cluttering, Repairing, elc. wivr. b. Jkar-RoiiE.... sis rennsyivnnin avenue, cnpitoi juw. Strictly Puro and Very Old Whisky, Brandy, Qln. Portwlno and Sherry for medicinal use, sold by McCniiley & Delhi lg, ''0U l'n.nve. East. A nd Delhi Ig ,t Mi Canley's, ror. ai and O sis, n. e. East Canllol Slrcet Pharmacy. The Most Reliable and Oldest Established. SCALA'S, IPIrHIr 15., HOI KAMT CAPITOL STREET. REMOVAL. Having removed my Trunk andllarncsi Factory to 13.1 Bcveuth Rtrcct, next to OJd-1'ellows' Hall, I shall keep on hand tho largest stock of TllUNKt), TRAVELINO BAQ8, rOCKETBOOKS, HARNESS, BADULE9, HOUEH AND HORSi: BLANKET3 and n full lino of Travelers and Koise Qoods. llcpalrlng of Trunks mid Harness by competent workmen. DS. IdSTHESSI, 435 SEVENTH STREET NORtHWEST. Branch Btore, 801 F street, CpposUe llasonlo Temple, A V