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- J fr-TJVJT " -si I THE EVENIXa CRITIC, WASHIHGTOH, D. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1882. SPECIAL NOTICES. MMfZlYmBLDISI. lit U. U1NMAN YVIL.U tU, V.) JCttD win iccturo nt tlio Free Metbodl-ii Cmirrli, G,i7MaeR. ave., on fcecrat Moclcttc ai related to civil government, on i'rlday ovciilug, ?for, 3,al 7:3(i p. m. U -K-iL.Tnn DiaMoonATio voteiib op tub ftw t-jiatcolMarylnnd, particularly ortlioctb lmtrlct, nro inliert in mietnt No.Mtr mrcct norlhut noxl IrlllllAY JiVUNINU from 7 lo 0 o'clock pt in. til-ltl B- ATTHHTION, tmOTIlEHIIOOD OF OAIt. i'i. i j.n-j Ami juic'.'.i.s, nu. j A nillnllcriUnco Is rniumlMirnillAY NttlltT, Korcmbtr 3, for reception or rejection ul pro posed constitution of ISatlonnl lirotlicrhooil. a 0. II. HtUllltAY. ll.Ct Hacrelar. -.Stt-tAW BOEtOOL OP OBOItonTOWN KtO UidtoraltyiiiNewYorkaveniie. Tho lectures by HON. JKIIMMIAII , WltSOH nron ttop IJiw of Heal Property beam Monday rxenlns, November n. 18'.', nt 0 o'clock, and con tinue on auccciuhe Mondays and l'rldynattnn tamo liour. nl-,,1. ,-ctTJin ONLY PI.AOB TO LHABK TI1J1 IMG? Ijin n Tennis, Newport, l'lvn-atcp and nil thentlicrliew dances, la at Prof. Hhcldon's JJano Inrt Academy, lull I I'M, n. w. spy IgnAUIY AOBEHEMENIB. EXKM1TI0N Fltnil AI.LKY AfWEUSMENTS OilTAlNKll IIY HIK HMHAI, TAX 1IKL1K1- AN-J0CIAT10.V. WJt. 1'. MATTINOLY AND 0. If. LTHV Council. JAMES McKENZIE. Bocretary. Ori icn No. 435 Si:vi:stii St. N, W. OPll-ll, X6T1 J TAKM PI,nABUHnlNDTATINOTHA.T I'rnr. .11111 im it. luiiiiinn. u. - ni.u- riHn UTiivwr vnIlTIlWll,. lias clvrn mv non Leonard, n courso ot lessons In Hoxinir and Physical training and tlint lie lias derived uineli benefit therefrom. I tlicrefore most heartily recommend tho Profeaaor to those parents and punrdlana who havoaou 1 nnd ward j remilrins ancli Instruction, JI. O. BPENUElt. .March i, 18M. , .. , Atmmi, 19, 1R82. I havo availed mvself oftho tralnlnir of l'rof. John U. Colllna In tho uso of the Indian clubs nnd In sparring, greatly to WjfWj,! 'gjJJJo it"' yK:st.ir von would avoid ohillh aiid lyzo Fevers.ABuoandFovors.lillloui Tovors nnd other disease. Incident to tho aoason.tako BltOWNINU'S iUTTKIlS.androu Villi aurcly es cape them. . , lUloWNING'SIlITTI.nSl.avouceiilniiso for ovr twelve ycara, nnd no rtrson was over known to have chills or bilious fc-t era wlillo using theso Illttera. l'or sale by druggists and grocers ecu- C""y" BltOWNINO & MIDIJLETON. rnorniETons and jiANur.vaTunEni, cm ITxwiyi.vania AvrsuE. ,-n.aiVB Tnn doys a bhow. thu JSQ Blcklo Bros., 1J and 18, positively guaran tee the Ocean Queen to bn a clear Hnvaua-nlled live-cent cigar, at tho California Clar Store, loll reono. avc, opposlto Harvey's. H. Blcklo sole intent for tbla noted brand. Trade supplied In nuanllilea. lv- BrEOIAL HOTIOE. AVebaverecctvcdalarge aupply ot the original HULL, VAPOR STOVES, for amnmer nso, and being late In the aeaaon oner them at tho following prlcea- Lnrgc aire, 8 burner, with extension 15 Clipper, 3 burner J Meklum.3 burner J Fairy, 3 burner jo Large, 2 burner, with extension - 12 clipper, 2 burner, with extension H Medium, 2 burner 10 I'atryburner 7 Fairy, 1 burner 5 Pure burning fluid always on hand. Itotall 203, per gallon. SIMPSON & GUY, 1005 FENXA. AVE. MEROnANT-TAlLOR-MADD 1NU. OLOTII- Vhcrn to ohtaln a bargain In flrst-ctass Jlcr chant Tallor-Mnde Overcoats, llttlo worn, or a Unit of Clothes, Odd Coats, l'ants or Vests of tho very neat maKo ana latest aiyivs, wuitu niiuim longer nnd look better than ahoddy ready-made, ol which wo have a large stock and In all sb-es at low prices, Is at , J. llEUOG'S, apio-tf 308 oth at. p. w.. near ra. avo. KauDIi, onAS. B. KLOEBEB, DENTIST mmo (latenr Virginia), Ko.oao Katrcet northwest. ollershls pro fessional aorvlces to tho public. Twenty years of auccessful prac- tlA ninlinl.Ina Itlm tn nminllA skill and care In thetreatmentof all operations on tho teeth and mouth. Vitalized nlr admlnls tered for the palnlesa extraction of teeth. apa s FECIAL. It Is an ncknowleged fact that work dono ot "" SWISS LAUNDRY s pre-eminently Superior to all other processes. Laco Curtains, rino Work nnd Collars and Cuffs a Specialty, 1.12 V ST., NEAlt EBDITT, oc3-1ra llt.V OODrREV.Jn. JStk) 100 NINTH ST. N. W. aABl'lXTUItHS, ruitNAcr.s, itANans, LATKOBK8 AND OTtATEg, npS BLATfl MANTLES. Car,TnD FLACB JvSo TO BUY STOVES, JIAKOXH AND IIODSE-rOIlNISU. 1NO O00DS, At tho Low est 1'rlccs, Is nt .. J. n. SUIT'S, ftnlO 033 Seventh st. n.w. )KJy,BTOVE3, FUBNAOEO, BANQES, lie. Tin plates, aheetlron work, flreplacestovcs.ranccal furnaces repaired. Tin rooting, apoutlng, and all kinds of tin work promptly atteadod to. Bend yonr order to n. n, o. uouis, oil? Eleventh at. p. w.. near V at. w-tfFBED'K FBEUND, OATEBEB AND CON- Jswr rECTIONl;it, 702 Ninth street u, w. Turtles nnd Wedding served at short notice. no7 -: NOT1C11 TO TUD PUBLIO. I wish to call the attention of all nerauns lo my Improved patent horae shoo, with moveable toes and heels, the best and most durable choa ever Invented, This shoe can bo Been at tho storo ci Bryan & Bro., on 1'enna. nvo., bet. Itth and 7th Bts.u.w. All exnertsare requested to closely ex amine this Invention. T. W. MUHl'IIY, Horschoer, mvl9 03.1 flatreet northwest. -jpmON BAIUNOB A DPBOIALTY- A Neat Vrought Iron 1'ARK FENCE of one-hall Inch Iron, put np complete at 80c. per loot. Also all miscellaneous Iron work, OEO. WHITE & CO., mr22 -16a Maine avenuo aouthwest. .MADAME JOBBPniNELOQAN, VOOAt, Teacher. Ladles nnd gentlemen nrenurud for Hie operatic stage, at No. 13U2 L at. n. w, oclO-Cm -C5u.ltANO.E8. FnitNAOKi). LATnOBEH. mjj lliur TILU BACK F11USPLAOEM FAl'.LOIl UllATXM UAS FIXTU1SEH, KTC. EDWARD CAVERLY & CO., UHlf 1125 NEW YORK AVENUE. BEOPENED AND EEOONSTEUOTED I m In my old corner, SEVENTH nnd D RTB., whernl wlllolter Great Inducements In I UI'.NlTtlUi:, CAltl'ISTS, tto. Upholstering a Specialty. IV. II. WILT.lAMa. 627 COIt. SEVENTH AND D BTREETO. THE COURTS, COUIIT IN OOEI1AL TEItJI Ohlof JHRtlco Cnrtlor nnd -Juetlcos Cox nud Jamos. FIsk, Clark fc Flags vs. Uollandor; on nreumont. CincuiT CotJllT Juetlco MncArthur. Ken dall vs. Cnllan ot nl t Ulsmlssod In Clork'a cnico. United htalca vs. Kemlrlctt ctnl.; olt calendar. AililKlmuiI Aiipllcndons Tor I.lccuso. Tho following applications, lu addition to thoeo published clsowhoro, woro Illod n-dnyi John Casey, 1101 r.lghtli etroot eouthoast, Edward Dovlny, U2 1 Maryland avonuo north cast, James 1'orry, VM Now Jersey avonuo north west, J much aalllghcr, Hovonth street road, II. A. Hudson, -1.VI N stroet eoutlnvoat. James McLaughlin, 2.MISO sttoct northwost, Ttiomas Mhldlotou, 05!1 'Uilrd stroet south west, Henry A, Nau, 1101 Bovontli etroot north eet, William A. O'Mcarn, inin 11 strcot northwost. E. V, Wright, UOO Virginia ftYOnuo south nest. Redmond Walsh, 2U1 0 stroot northwost. (icorgo w. Btownrt, 110U and 1108 Water stuct southwest, Poverty nnii Jllxtrciq. That poverty which producos tho groatost tllslresslsiiototthopiiiso but 01 tho Wood, liopmca ot lis richness it bocomos scant nnd vntory, a condition tormod anemia In medical writings, Qivon this condition, and scrofu lous swolllugs nnd sores, general aud norvous iloblllty. loss otllcsh and nppottto, weak lungs, throat disease, spitting 01 blood and consump tion, nro among tho common rosults. If you nroastiirorer from thin, )wor blood employ Dr. l'lerco's "(loldon Modlcal Dlscovory," which enriches the Mood ana cures those gravo aiTectlons, Ismoronutrltlvo than cod Hvcroll.andls harmless In anyoondltlon ot tho tyetcm, yet powerful to euro, lly drug-gists. THE EVENING CMTIO. KSTAIlMallED AUOUHT lgBH. LACOHIC LOCALS, TjlEnn vfcro 101 marrlngo licenses ro celvcd during tho month of October. l'oiiTY-FlVE arrests wcro mniloby tho po lice In tho twenty-four hours ondlug at S a. m, to-dny, John II, Hannevan plcmlod khIUv In tho I'ollcn Court today to assaulting William C, Oalcs and was sent to Jail for fifteen, days. WciJiKMRX nro making linsto very slowly with tho new ttono sldownlk on ronnsylvanla nienuo, nnd business men on that thorough fare nro complaining, Ai.nKBMANConconAN, of tho city of Dub lin, is Mopping at tho Rlggs House, Ttio manu facturer of tlio noted Irish elngor alo wltl , visit hla frlond, Chris. Abncr. Jani: Jackson ntul Amelia Jackioti, colored, had a pnsBngo ot arms, to say noth ing ot f cot, Inst ulght and wcro both Unod by Judgo Knell to-day tor assault. Tun Governor of North Carolina said to tho Governor ot South Carolina! "Sir, the best remedy In tho world Is Dr, Bull's Cough Syrup," and tho latter seconded tho assertion, License Acient Uafp has braced up for atothcrwnron tho butchers, and to-day pro cured a warrant ngnlnst J. Walker l'ontnn for buying nnd selling meat without a produco dealer's llconae. Fkahk Wallace, a llttlo colorod boy, who etolo n basket of grapes and troatod n gang of Juvenile markot tulovcs, was boforo Judgo Bnrlt to-day chargod with larcony and was ecntenccd to thirty days lu Jail, Tun cases of grand larcony against Lecladlo Fommard, tho Fioncn governoss, alleged to havo robbod Mr. Uerculos L. Pons man, wcro continued ta-day until to-morrow on account ot tho Illness ot tho prosecuting witness, TnE colored mcsicugors about tho Co lumbia building held a meeting this morn ing nnd appointed a commlttoo to attond tho butlalottuo young colorod man Daly, who illod suddenly yesterday and to glvonsslstanco tothornmlly. : Tho remains will bo burlod to-morrow at U o'clock. Apout 12:"0 last night Ofllcor McKonzto found a man named Spencer lying 011 tho cor ner of Seventh and O strcots northwost. Buffer ing from n wound In tho bond, cnusod by a fall. Ho was takon to his homo on R street, bctweon Sixth and Sovcnth streots. and modl cal aid brought to him. TnE rbargo of conspiracy ngalnst Archi bald M. Roane, Stophon M, Chaso aud Jamos B, Klrchnor, nllcgod to havo ondoarored to defraud Hazlchurst Bros., bankore, was callod In tho Fdlco Court to-day for trial, but n con tlnunnco was had until Saturday In ordor to obtain additional testimony and Qlo anothor warrant. Yesteiiday afternoon a llvo-ycar-old whltn boy, namod Mlchaol Mahono, rosldltu ot !)32'J T stroet northwost, was sovcrely cut In tho neck by a colored youth nraod John Mas soy. Tho wounded boy was attendod to by Dr. Peter. Tho assailant has not boon nrrostod, for tho whlto boy's parents ret uso to prosocuto him, Henry C. James and his wlfo Eobocca 8. James yesterday instituted, through their counsel, Messrs. Cook nnd Cole, two suits ngnlnst the Baltlmoro nnd Ohio Railroad Com pany, claiming ?n,ooo In each caso. It Is claimed that tho defendants ngrood to carry tho complainants on their road from Wash ington to llaltlmore, and without ciuso put both of them off tho train at Hynttsvlllo, Tun third subdivision of tbo Associated Charities mot last night at tho Friends' moot-Ing-house. Tho secretary, M, II. Doollttlo, submitted his annual report, which shonrod that out ot sovcnly-ono applications tor a9 sutanco lllty-ouo families had been given aid, and of eight applicants for work employment had bcon furnished to live. As but tour or llvo members woro presont, no business ot lm pottancowas transacted. At a meetino or Plymouth Congrega tional Society, held on Wednesday ovontng, November 1, tho following woro clootod trustees Messrs, Arthur Simmons, Houry W, Freeman and John L. Lacy for ono year, Will iam Clwlnn and William L. Frooman, for two years, Nathan Jones and John F. Colbert for thrco years. A committee, consisting of Mosirs. William L, Frooman, Oscar Mllburn and tho pastor. Rev. William T. l'eolo, wai appointed to cleMso ways and means to ralso funds to conimcnco building early in tho spring. The enterprising burglar has again been operating extensively in tho northwostorn section ot tho city, M stroot, botwoen Thlr- tceuin nnu lourteontn Biroot3, ucing mo latest locality to suffer from tho doptedatlons. Laht night efforts to onter a numbor ot houses In this squnre aro reported to havo been made, and in tour cases to havo prood successful. 1 ho robberies tcportcd to tho pollco woio of sllverwnio from Mr. J. 1 Saums, 1.117 M street northwest, aud vatuod at $:I5, aud from Mr. M.C. Chandler, Hl'-M M street northwost, ofsllverwaro valued at $'23. No traco has been found to tho thieves, although tho do tcclh co aro at work on tho case. The Commissioners yestonlay approved applications tor liquor llccnsos to tho follow ing! -Ed, Abncr, (Joorgo W. Drlvor, August Dettcrcr, Adrian Endos, John 0. Ezlorr, John J. Ucntner, Data llagcrty, William Helmut, F.rnest Lo Mour, Franz Nolhaus, Timothy O'Doud, Johu II. Fetors, Ocorgo 0. Rolsor, Annlo R, Rudhnrdt, T. M. Rudd, Thomas Sul livan, W.J.Davis, Louis Bchmldt, E. I'. Fro! bcr, James Tharp, William Wlllers and William Corley, Disapproved Jamos D, Don nelly and Flllmoro Coxen. ThoCommUslouors yestetday suspended action, ponding furthor Inicstlgatlon, ot liquor licenses to Samuol llrnnnan, 10IKI East Markot Spicoi Ellzaboth Wolz, 1057 1'iiBt Markot Spaco; Luclon A.Lovo luce, -ISO Eighth strcot southeast. Tun Perpetual Building Association hold their first nununl meeting last night, Tho ro poitofthosecrotary wassubmlttod. Itshowod 2,7011', shares had been taken during tho 3 ear: total receipts. ;U1,2(I5.01 ti'JO advances made, averaging lt'J to each Bharo; liabili ties of G percent, nor annum, and a surplus realized ot $230.1:1, making tho valuo 01 stock O.GU per cont. per annum enruod ovor all ex penses. Tho ofllcor3 elcctod for tho second scar wcto Charles 0, Duncanson, presidents I.owls Abraham, vlco-prosldentt Edwin M. Lawton, trcasurori Johu cook, socrotaryt uircctore, Auurowiiiasf, wititam ji, uoous, ., 1', Bchathlrt, W, I', Sovlllo, 0. 11. Brookos, F. o, Saxton, Charles Baum, A, N. Mocker nnd Thos, Broderlck. Advances wcro s)ld nvcragl n 1 12.S0 to each share, GIVEN TO ELOPEMENT. Ircno Allen llcHcriM If or l'louhny I,oer TlloIIllslminl'N rllllosopiiy. It will bo remombcrod that The Onnia pub llshod somo tlmo ago an account of tho roman tlo olopemcut of pretty Ireno Atlon, daughtor of n Marylaml farmor, with n young farm hnnd named Hayes, who had boon working on hor father's premises, and how tho wrathful parent ot tho young lady rushed vainly about trying to llnd tho pair, who camoto this city, Intending to "sottlo down," Tho matter was llnnlly satisfactorily arraugod, and tho young Lochlnvar and his youthful bildo tookroomt w 1th his aunt, on Ninth street, botweou O ami I sticets eouthenst. Matters ran aloui; smoothly enough until a tow days ago, when Tlio Jlrtila DlNnpiicnroiI. Tho husband was certain at tho tlmo that shu had eloped with n cortaln young man, and Immediately went forth on tlio war-path lu quest 0; scalps, railing to hud bis truant spcuso nnd tho supposod young man, Mr. lln ca went to tho Eighth rollco Station and Etatcd his story, Howaslncltnoil to bo prac tical, and 10 troat tho mattor from a buslnoss Mandpolut, for ho said 1 "I want you to arrest Ireno And turn hor ovor to hor father. I stjlo her from him and eho went to llvo with me, but now eho has rJhliiiicil With Auotlior 1'cllntv, and 1 am perfectly willing to roturn tho stolon pioporty It alio can bo fouud. Tho pollen premised to aid him In his search, and ho ontDack to work, fully satisfied with tho Issue, Tho latest Information obtainable this morn ing Is to tho effect that tho bsauUtttl but llcLlo lreno has returned to her father's farm In l'rluco George's County, nnd that shohas promised lo bo a good girl In tho future and run away no nioro. Hor deslro to proho lnt) tho mysteries ot wedded bliss has probably been fully eatlsilod, and In tho future sho will deiotohcr spare time to culling buttorcups and daisies, Instead ot cljplug with unro mantlo plow followers, Vlllll NlulUtU'H. During Dio week ending Octobor29, 18S2, there woro 72 deaths In tho District, giving n Heath into ot 1U.U por 1,000 por annum. Of tho decedents 2'Jweio whlto males, 18 whlto females, Ul colored males, 11 colorod females. Annual death rato ot while, KMli colorod, '.'3,8, Deaths by classes-zymotic, 17;s.-oustltutIonal, 10; local, 'Mi dovelopmontal, (I. Tho chief causcB ot death were phthisis, 11 1 typhoid fever, i!i pnoumonln, -li malarial fover, 2; dlphlhcrIn,D croup, tiihcart dtsoaso, -1, Ot tho deaths d(l occurred In Washington, 8 in acorgitown, 8 in tho county and 10 In tho hospltnU 40 were natives ot tho District, till other parts of tho United States and (1 toielgn blrtlu 18 whlto and 10 colorod woro under a jenraotugoi 5 whlto and -1 colored woro 110 nnd over. Births lepnrted, 81, Whlto innles, lHi whlto females, '.!'; colorod males, Uli colored females, 17! I'J pairs ot twins and 1 cneo ot Itlplots rcportodl.ilarrlagos rcportod,!) whlto nnd i! colored, Stillbirths, -1 whlto aud a colerod, Ho Hpoltv I'm m llxporlonoc. 11CCUANAN, OA., July S, 188, H. H, WAitNEn k Co.! Slri-l havo been taking your Sato Kidney and Liver euro tor Brlght'adlsease, and Una It Die best I over saw or heard oj. dayip jiowlimo. WOMEN WHO WORK In llio Ciilisonf llio l.oril nml for tlio Contention, Kiltirntlnn anil :ill- iTnlltiiKiriliolIcnllipii Iillerislliic Mcclliiir or llio IVnmcn'M Ilnnril of MlnnloiiN-Tiio Wiirlt of Amorlcitti M'untrii lu llio Jllsiloimry l'Iclil. Tho annual meeting ot tho Philadelphia Branch ot tho Woman's Board ot Missions was held last evening at tho Congregational Church, at 8 o'clock. Tho church was well nilcd by ladles nnd gentlemon woll known In connection with tho religious nnd missionary work In this city. Tho church was tastefully docoralod with flowers, and n numbor ot prominent mlnlstora wero ecatod on tho ltttorra. ltov, Dr, Ilin klu opened tho oxcrclsos by n brlot prayor, invoking Dlvlnonld In tho noblo work .which tho Board ot Missions havo undertaken mid aro so successfully performing, Tho cougtegatlon anil choir sang tho hyma, "JfnrK, llio .llnccilonliiu Cry,' and Dr. Rankin Introduced Dr, T. J. Holmes, of Baltimore, who addressed tho congregation. Dr. UolmeB complimented tho Board of Mis sions upon tho work which they havo accom plished during tho past yoar, nnd thanked thcmln bohnltot all sympathizers with groat and good works for tho results ot their ardu ous labors. Tho church could not overostl mate tho asslstanco which tho womnn'i) board had been giving them, and, lu fact, should ac knowledge that tho aid of tho missions was Indispensable, Ho would havo been glad to tracl not only from Baltimore, but fitly times that distance to add his volco to tho chorus which resounded tho pruLsas ot tho Noble Women tVlui 11ml Joined T(- irotlicr to answer tho prayer of their sisters Ju dis tress "Tell me, sister, oro I die, God's kind tnessugo from tho sky. Christian Bister, o'er tho 60a, CnnBt thou nothing do for mo!" and labor nobly, brnvoly, successfully for tho enlightenment ami snhntlon ot their unhappy sisters, Mr, Hazon,sonotDr. Alton Hazen, Mission ary lo India, was Introduced, ami rovlowod tho llcld for missionary labor. Rev. Dr. Wyukoop, ot tho Wesloru Presby terian Church, gavo bis oxperloncos ns n mis sionary In India. Ho said that a great deal ot 1110 work or ino woman a uonru or loroigu Missions was necessarily among tho womon of India, nnd they naturally had an interest in tho manners and customs 01 theso women. Their personal appoaranco, ho, said, was vory attractlte, tho rich ollvo comploxlon was pleasing nnd seemed peculiarly adaptod to tho oshlbltlon ot gay clothing and lino Jewelry. Tho cos tumes in moBt cases woro noat nnd striking, tho colors being pronouneod and bright. Tho women aro well formed, with pretty hands and feet and nro tho posscssoraot voices ot un usual strength and sweetness. They oro naturally and conscientiously religious, although Tltclr IScIIbIoii N loo J'reiiieiitly Hiiiiei-Htltlon. Domostlcally tho womon oro devotoJ, filth f ul and modest, and although almost entirely uncducatod. aro generally lntolllgent nnd ready to embraco opportunities to loam, Tlio Blanker had found tho women ot India roady to boconvcrtod and to listen 10 tho teach lncsof aod. and. whon convortsd. ho had found them truo and sclt-Bacrinclng Chris tians, ready to labor for tho bonont ot othors ot their race. Tho women of India woro tndeol a great nation ot peoplo la darkness, Ignorance and suporstlttou, who, by tho nldcf Just such agencies as tbo Woman's Board of Missions, could bollftodup lntitho light ot day, and brought Into tho IlnpiiliiCNH mill Nplrltiml Joy of ClirlHtliinlly. Dr. Rankin then Introduced Dr, Hitchcock, wlio has long laborod as a missionary In TurKoynnd Is now on a brief visit to his rola tltcs In this country, nttor which ho will ro turn t) his work In Constantinople, Dr. Hitchcock gavo a most Interesting rovlow ot tho Missionary IVnrH Anions tho -lloi- Iciiih of Turkey and tho circulation ot copies of tho Scrlpturos In tho Turkish language. Tho work ot (ho Amorlcan femalo missionaries luTurkoy, aud especially In Constantinople, was much inoro cxtcnslvo nnd voluablo than Is generally sup posed. Fortyor urtywomcnarodovotlngthelr lives to tbu oducallonal work and aro meeting with vory great encouragemont; Eemlnarlca and lowor schools havo boon or ganized, and tho greatest attention Is paid to tho education ot young womon. Th3 lallos who go f torn this country go to do a Christian as will as an educational work; they aro woll educated, rellncd nnd devoted women, who go Into tho Interior ot tho couatry, and aro bosot atO'.cry fitcp by almost insurmountable ob stacles. Thoioung w omen whom thoystrlvo toeducato hato been taught ti oipoct t- bo sold as slaves, nnd compellod to labor In tho Bells young womon who do not ronllzo that education Is necessary or deslrablo, and yot among thoso peoplo tho American mission aries havo alroady spread tho light ot day, and In ovcry ullage ot Turkoy tho Influ ence of Tlio 'fcncliliiB" of Amerlfiui Women 1111 llo Tclt, and has dono Its good work, Wlillo tho mis sionaries roust at sonio moments despair ot succeeding In their great task, ret tho work that has aiteady boon accomplished has gtvon nasuiauco that somo day tho lnlluoueo ot tho Holy bcritnuros win uo recoguizou in mo strongholds ot tho Moslom anil tho Moham mednn, and thogracoot Ood will descoud upon tbo most chocrlosa nnd doprnvod parts ot Tut key and brighten them with Dlvlno sun shine. The congrrgatlou sang tho missionary hymn, and after tho benodlctlon tho meeting ul Journod, to meet this morning at 0 o'clock. To-i1iij' I'roccoilltisi. Tho board mot again nt tho Congregational Church this morning at II ::(). The mooting was commonccd with dovotlonal oxorctsos, and at 10 o'clock tho loutlno buslnoss ot tho regular session was attendod to. Tho roports from tho dlfferont missions In Africa and Asia showed that credltablo progress was mi.to by tho zealous wnrkors ot this country toward bringing nil mankind under tho sway ot tho Ctoss. Missionary nddrosses weto thon mado by Miss Morris, ot tho South African stations, and Miss douldy, ot Osaka, Japan, nnd niter tho closing exercises an oloctlou for pftlcors was hold, SOCIETY. Tf lint is Clolnu on In llio Soclnl World. cicnoral nnd Mrs. Miles, with their llttlo daughter, atrlrod this morning from tho Northwest, nnd nro with tholr mothor, Mrs. Sherman, at tho now houso on llhodo island n'.cnuo. As announced lu our notes ot some foinO woeks since, Mrs. Shormau nnd Mrs. Miles )mo taken tho houso Jointly for tho Bcoeon. Itsnoamess to Mrs.Cumeron Is ono of Its grtntest attractions, and brings tho thrco families together tor tho first tlmo lu eoernl years. It Is tho houso foimorly occu pied byMlnlstor and Mrs. Hunt during his term of eervlco as a Cabinet ofllcor. Tho wedding of Miss Alexander, eclebratod on board ship In Now York harbor last woek, may havo been tho first to tnko place on 11 mau of.war In this country, but It was not tho llrst tlmo a United States vosscl has boon utilized astichapcl. Sotoral yoarsago tho Fianltlln wns HagshlpotthoModlterronoaii squalron. Tho Admiral's aid, Bnslgn Ward, mot at ono ot tbo balls ot tho season Miss Willis, tho ollo.it slater ot Mrs. L'mory and Mrs. Broadhoad. Ho fell ory deoply lu lovo with hor, but was obliged to eallWoro ho found n chaucu to ad dress her. Tho ship went as tar as Lisbon, nnd was there laid up for ropalrs, Ono day news camo that Miss Willis had boon selzod with dyphtherla, and ss HI as to bo lu extremis. Tho young lovor was wild wllh nnxloty. Thero was no steamer aud no chance to cross Portugal and Spain, for tho chll war was raglug ami n Jour ney would bo interrupted nt ovory stop by mo officials and lnsurgouts. A fruit schooner was about to call for Marseilles. Tho young ofllcor took his Admiral into his confidence, got leavo nud shipped as matoon tho vossol, working his way for thoy would not tnko passongcTO to Marseilles, whenco ho went by rail t Nice. '1 ho engagement wns announced shortly nttor this, and, as Miss WUUs was 11 dovout Catholic, eho wanted her mnrrlngo to Havo tho till I s mo tion ami blessing ot horchureh. Under l'iouch law sho could not bo married In church, bo cause her husband-elect was a non-uatho-He, so tho ship woa placed at their disposal, a tempotary altar hulir, tho wholo route nt decks aud cabins transformed tut) gropes nnd bowers of. shrubs and llowors, and tho archbishop performed tho eoremony lit eially under llio Amcilcan Hag. It was mo most brilliant social nllulrot tho Boasou, and is still used as n standard ot eleganco and raehlon, A wholo Hot II la ot small boats, car peted nnd cushioned, with Hags Hying, and manned by sailors tn their Sunday rig, carrlod tho guests to aud from tho shore. Tho lico ami diamonds, and tho superb brocailox, satins and civets worn on tho occasion ng. grcgated in wiluo a sum I am all aid to ropcot, and tho effect ot tho eceno was onhancoil by tho uniforms, American nud foreign, aud tho court drosses, orders aud icgalta worn by tho men presout. Tho groom, It will ho roiuombeted, is n grand son ot Clcncrnl Anrnu Ward, of New York, who nna so popular ns to bo rc-eleetod slxtoeu con secutHo times to Congross, and thou dlod on thooo ot tho Bovontocnth return! and Is a nephew ot tho Hon, Samuel Randall, nnd (Ion crul Elijah Ward, whoso charming family nml abundant hospitality woro such dlstluctlvo renturcs of tho winters of '70 and '77. Ho Is a brilliant man, and It Is much to bo regretted that ho and his wlto aro so seldom among us. Colonel Wilson, U, 8. A., has bocomo n "resi dent mombor" ot our society, tor ho has Just purchased a pretty homo on Connecticut avo nuo, between L and M streets. WEST WASHINGTON. An advertisement nt thrco lines under t'10 head of wanted, tor snlo or lent, lost ami found or timoiMl, can bo Inserted In Till! BVESINO C111110 thrco times for 'JO cents. Tho visitation by tho Grand LodgoK.of p., of tho District ot Columbia, lait night, to Hor mlono Lodge, No. 12, was decidedly n pleasant affair. Hpoeches woro mado nttho hall by l. 0.0. William T.llalley. 0. 0. J.K. Mtllor, V. O. O.J. II. Shanks, 1'. C. William r. (llbbons, V. C. John T, Core, sr., Brother If. M. Rogers nnd 01 hers, Brother Rogers also Blnglng a number of his beautiful songs, much to tho dellghtut tho great number ot tho members ot Hcrmlono ami visiting lodges. Upon tho conclusion ot tho visitation oxorclsos tho guests wero marebod to Uoddard's Hall, whero an oiccllent suppor was provided for tho enllro assemblage, prepared by Mr, Charlta Ralnoy, to which mnplo Justice was dono by llio brethren wlillo listening to tho alrnlns of I'rofesfors Uodgkln and McCaitya quintet bnnd. After tho supper tho party again returned to Castlo Hall, whero tho oven lug was spent lu a delightful mannor, Brother Rogers singing moro songs nud tho bnnd ren dering excellent music. Tho oltlcors ot tho Ornnd Lodgo woro each prosonlcd with hand eoino bouquots. Excelsior Tent, No. 47, 1. O. It., hell Its regular weekly meeting last night. John Dannavnn. a countryman, having la. iftilgcd too frcoly In tho ordont last night, felt In n pugnnclous mood, and after altacxtn 1 tovcral partlos on M-stroot, concludO'l to Ha lation Officer Gates, whom ho kicked two or thrco times betorolhat ofllcor and Spoclal Of ficer Hooper succeeded In getting Itlm to tho elation, whero ho was Dually lockod up on tho charges of drunk and disorderly and assault ing an officer. At a meeting ot tho ronmio Boat Club last night It was determined to establish n club room lu Washington tor tho uso of Its mem bers, nud tho placo has boon Bolectad in tho Mclnlty ot tho Treasury Department, In ono ot tho looms will bo ronlug apparatus and othor arrangements for gymnastic oxcrclso. Messrs. Doyle. Harrison and Zappono wcro appointed n commltteo to hnvo chargo ot the hops, which tho club will contlnuo to giro ns through tho Bummer, nnd they will be, In all probability, held nt Marlnl's Hall. As tho weather Is getting cooler tho ladlos ot Grace Church llnd It necessary to repair tho (huich stoves, and to aid them In that purposo they will glvo to-morrow night, lu tho Iccturo room ot tho church, a musical and literary entertainment, ending with a tea parly. On Monday evening uoxt, Oth Instant, Hon. J. M. Wilson, professor of tho law ot real es tato In tho law school ot tho Untvorslty ot Georgetown, will begin his loctures to'that rchool. Judgo Wilson's ncccsslon to tho faculty will bo a groat acquisition to tho pres ent great talent of that body. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Blo-,clI,ot Philadelphia, nro visiting Mrs. Charles II. Flckllng, ot N street. Hartley fc nro. received 3,100 bushels ot wheat by boat Seneca, and J, 0. Iz J, M. Watsrs I, UOO bushels by tho boat Boyer. Thrco thousand four hundred bushols of wheat Bold on 'Chnngo this morning otfrom 05 cents 10 $1.0",f. Bnltcd! Steamer E. 0. Knight, Captain Chi chester, for Now York; Bchooncr Elliott L. Dow, Captain Nlckerson, 630 tonsot coal for Bostons schooner William Mason, Captain Chase, 7C0 tons coal for l'rovldonco. Other ports! Schoonor V. Glover, Davis, from uruiKviuwii, 11, fluir ioru novomucr At rchooner Kate M. Hilton, Johnson, from Georgetown, at Boston October Olt schooner Lnoch lloblnsun, from Frovldonco for George town, at Dutch Island Harbor October 00: schooner Annlo D. Kranz, smith, from Wash ington for BostoD, nt Vineyard Haven October 111! Bchooncr Chnrlotto 1'lsb, Gardlnor, from Washington for Hoston, passed through Uoll Gate Not cmbor 1. AtiulacrNiirj Sleetlnir. Interesting cxcrclsos wcro held last night, commencing at 7:13, at tho Mt. Floasant M. 1'. Church on tho occasion ot tho eighth an niversary ot tho church, llov. Mr. Coulbourne, Iho superintendent, openod tho services with tho announcement ol tho hymn " Wclcomo to All," which being Bung, was followed by prayer, offered by ltov. I'.T. Hall, in which ho invoked tbo Dlvlno blessing upon tho occasion and rendered fcrvont thanks tor mercies of tho past. At tho organ Miss Mattlo Hunt presided, performing her Important part with that grace and sweetness so characteristic ot hor; tho musical charactor of tho fair porformsr's family being fully sustained by tho soprano rendered by Miss Blnucho Hunt, which gavo n richness nnd tono to tho music neor to bo for gotten by thoso who wero present. Attor other musical exorcises tho annual report was read by Mr. Clarcnco Taveuuor, Bhnwlng mnrked progress ot tho Sunday Khooltcnncctid wllh tho church. Rev. Mr.Coolbourno,prestdIng Mdor,held tho audience spellbound tor ton minutes, wlillo ho baBod his romntka upon tho rangnlllcontnrcu which was ci ected at tho altar. This arch was nrranged with emblematic mottoos, which In Ihcmsilvcs preached a swoet, though silent, Bermont but, used as Illustrating Mr. Coul bourno's remarks, they took on a brilliant beauty which heightened tho offect of tho Btlrrlng lessons taught by tho speakor. Tho building ot tho arch by successlvo blocks, accompanied by approprlato rocltattons us each block was hoisted Into position, created a sccno of surpassing attractlvoness nnd mo mernblo bonellt. 011 arriving at tho last block, which was "Faith," Dr. Sutherland aioso and took this koystono ns tho basis ot his thrilling sormon from tho text, "Without faith it Is tmposslblo to ploaso God." Attor singing of n hymn by tho school Mr. Cuulbourno thanked tho congregation for their attention nnd exhorted them to sus tain tho school by their personal oucourago nicnt In tho futuro, lho Doxology was then aung, nttor which Dr, Sutherland pronounced tbo benediction, THE PAYNE TRIAL IlniRN IIh Slow T.custh IMInfnlly Alone Xotliln-r Very Xotv or Im portant llOTtClOllCll. In ihol'ollco Court, at 12:30 p.m. to-day, tho hearing in tho caso ot Arthur Fayne, charged with attempting to brlbo Juror Brown, was resumod. All tbo counsel on both eldcs wcio lu nttendonco. Howard Claggctt, for tho defendant, mado n motion tor tho leductlou ot bonds from $ 1,030 to $1,000 on account ot tho physical disability of tho prisoner, ns woll as lho destitute cir cumstances ot his family. Tho prosecution refused to consont to tho reduction of ball nnd tho matter was laid oer for futuro consideration Mr. I.M, Baker, Bocretary to Colonel Ingor foil, was examined ns to his cuaudyot tho Jackago supposed to contain tho mlsslug onto and Brown affidavits, Wltnoss know nothing moro than has boon alroady statu, Win. Knox lliiinn, tho cclotcd Juror, wns recalled nnd thecross examlnntloniesumed. Ho testltlod again to tho details ot his mootlugs with I'.tyuo. nis original affidavit, mado to Frosccuttng-Attor-ney Moore, was shown him. Ho corroborated tho statements In tho affidavit aud said they wero all Bubstantlally correct, although, per haps, n llttlo nmblguous. Ho had told personal friends ot tho approach by Faynoon thosamoulght It occurred, Wlt noss had never attempted to glvo tho exact language ot thongrcoineut prosontod to him by Fnyuo and did not know Its prectsu word ing, llo said ho had uniformly Intended to stn'O that Fuyno eent for him nml that ho went to Fayno'shotiBO to seo what ho wautod and was shown tho Fall ogrcemout there. Tho eccoud Interview J'ctwoon Fayno and wltnoss on July II was dwelt on nt length, tho defonso claiming that tho lutcrMew had noror oc curred, Tnocioes-oxamluatlonnnd tho rodlrcct cx nmlnatlonot Brown weioery oxteuslve, but failed to develop nuythlugnow, 'i'orK O. junior, doteellve, was callod. Ho had known tho de fendant for about forly days; had accom panled him to consult Colonel Ingorsoll for legnl advlso as to whether ho could safely mnko an affidavit, l'ayuo at that tlmo malo his (tatemout ot his connection with Full, Footo nnil Brown. Wltuesa had a warm iiorsnunl friendship for B-Senator Dorsey and Colonel Ingorsoll, and this wns his only lacentlvo forgiving In formation to them. Ho had novor boon em ployed or received any rocompenso for his sor vlces,and had never ilouo anything to defeat tho ends ot Justlco or do anything else except with n low to bringing guilty mou llko Fall to' J us- Tho ciosn-cxamtnalion ot Ur. Miller loft Ills testimony entirely unbrokou. I'll I 111 J 11 Mnrrlnuo Voni, John Bell ncd Francis A, tlrnnt, John s, Schoerornud Ltllto Murphy. Wm, 11, Brooks, of Hnrpor's Ferry, Va., and Bnrnh 0, Cnrroll, ot this city. John A, Fosey, ot Chsrlos County, ML, aud Annlo White, of Haifotd County, Md. Thomas Noulonslinhl nnd Chatlotto Hamil ton. Jacob B. Zlor and Ella I'oarnon. James W, Crampton and Molllo G. West, Edwin M. McLoon nnd Mary L. Otlmoro. A IlenNt Mutiny Ncntonccil. Rlohnrd Johnson, alias McOlnnls, whlto, about 01 oars ot ago, was lu tho rollco Court to-day on complaint of Offlcor Sullivan, Tho cUdcnco was that tho oil manwaltod nttho ltlggs school houso yesterday until tho pupils wero dismissed aud thon followod some ot the llttlo girls nnd exposed his person to thom uu tl 1 they ran nway and callod tho pollco. Johu son was arrested and locked up at the nation, where ho oxpesod himself to tho fomslo prls oners whoso attention he could attract. Judge bnell lined tho man (10 and ho was com mitted lor thirty days la default ot tho lino. SOUTH WASHINGTON. An advertisement ot thrco lines motor tho bend ot wanted, for snlo or rout, lost nnd found or personal, can bo Inserted In THE IIVENI.VU CuiTiothrco times for 23 cents. Tho following Is tho Harbormaster's roport for yesterday! Schooner Mary Price, Captain Blank, 16,000 toet lumber for Thomas W. Smlthi schooner Rising Sun, Captain Dan nlnginn, ill) cords wood for markoti schoonor Urlsh Horner, Captain Weston, 110 cords wood t schoonor Mount Vorunti, Captain Woods, 10 cords wood! Bchooncr l'lonour, captitn Bell, 0 cords wood. Another now railroad englno was sent South Ihls morning over tho Alexandria It Fredor icksburg Railroad. A strong ovldnnco ot tho gicot Industrial Loom nttho Houth Is tho fnct Hint theso engines nro sent thero almost ovory day, nud somo days soveral aro sent. licternl long freight trains loaded with lum ber nnd wood wcro crowding tho Baltimore k Potomac Railroad traebs this morning. Tho rain Inst night mado tortious of Third, Pccoud nnd First Btrects almost Impassable 011 account ot tho sticky mud, Georgo W.Batmgan, tho well-known grocor, who for a long tlmo did buslnoss on tho cornor of Maryland nveuuo nnd Sevonth street, re moved to-dny to tho corner ot Third nud U 6trccts southwest, wholo ho will contlnuo to do business, Ono ot the United States Fish Commission cars, which was to havo boon sont North last week, is still dolayod lu tho city 011 account of uiipmpltlous wcathor. Tbo wntor has not yet been sufficiently cool for tho transporta tion of spawn, Thomas Ltttloton, an elderly and for many fears a well known mochanlc of south Wash ngton, died ycBterday afternoon nt his resi dence, at -173 II stroot, bctwoon sixth nud Four-end n-halt street. Fdwnrd J. Horn, Horaco GUI nnd Frank Ar nold, thrco suspicious whlto characters, woro hauled to tho llrst Precinct Station by Officer I.oftus last night, Tho men havo been moving about South oshlngtou for somo tlmo. Charles Proctor, an cx-pollccmau. Is ap pointed to do duty ns night clork at tho First Product Station. Twelvo culprits wero landed in tho First l'rcclnrt Station In tho twenty-four hours end ing nt 8 0. in. to-day, cigars and tobacco ot tho best quality can bo obtained nt c. Boycr's emporium, oil Four-nnd-a-half street southwest. Cigars dlroct from Cuba and always on hand. I'rlco'o drug store, nt -FJO Sorenth street southwest. Justly merits tho patronago It Is receiving from tho cltlzons of South Washing ton. Tho stock ot medicines on hand 13 un surpassed lu tho city. EAST WASHINGTON. toibicrlpttongaml mhcrttsrmrHta or Tin: Kvev imi ClilTlu rmi be Itt ut the arwrrit ttore (if jlfcftiufru dr Villa la. S0J lnuitvankl limine twlhcun. An advertisement of thrco lines undor tho head of wonted, for Balo or rent, lost nnd found or personal, can bo Inserted In tub Bvoino Clinic thrco times for 25 corns. Mary IllggB, tho aged wlfo of old Slap-doctor HlggB. an cx-marlne, and a terror to colorod Juveniles living on tho onstorn commons, stated this morning that Bryan, tho mau who os caped from tho Criminal Court a fowdays since, had robbed her of f-0 worth of clothing by means of ralso representations and other methods. Bryan visited her houso nnd rep resented himself as an agent ot a Cathollo bcnotolcnt socloty, and attor taking tho moas uroof Ihoontlro family tor tho allogod par peso of getting thom now shoos, ho Btartod off ostensibly tor tho purpose ot renting a better houso for them. Returning shortly afterward, ho said! "I havo found n nlco house, but tho landlorJ, who is a doctor, demands to soo nil of your clothing, bo ho can inspect nud fumlgato them he Js nfrntd of getting dlseaso Into his now premises." Accordingly, Mrs. lllggs bundled up her cntlro wardrobe and g.avo lho packago to Bryan, who went off and sold tho lot to second-hand dealers and others. A tew days lator Bryan wns arrested for assault with Intent to kill, proferrcd by his wife, and afterward es caped from tbo courtroom. Mrs. Hlggs now asks for a search warrant to recover somo of her property which sho claims to hnvo socn exposed ror eaio in iront or a scconu-unnu store. "Why," sho said, "my best dres3 Happed In my faco as I was a-goln' down Sev enth street this ovenlng." Tho warrant will probably bo Issued. Tho entertainment for tho bonellt of Ana coslla Band otllopo last evening In Masonic Hall was n plcnsuinblo and varied entertain ment, as the largo crowd present attested. Theso foggy mornings havo added much to tho success of gunners tn killing ducks on tho marshes, whllo they havo also added to tho dnngcr of tho sport, nnd somo luckless meu muy yet receive a load of shot lntondod for tlio wed fooled fowls. Tho Congressional Hotel has rooponod for tho scorou, alter having been renovated and fttt in thorough order. Colonel Flotchcr, ot hllndelphla will play In tho rolo ot host, nud his experienced efforts to koop n llrst-class hotel aro ulicady meeting with great success. Ihint Washington Hnslm-st N'ntoi. "Cap thocllmax" by purchaslngnu outllt of tho famoua Climax shirts, at Joseph Walto meycr's gent's furnishing establishment, 1105 FennBylvanla nvenuo east. Thoy aro war ranted Wnmsutta muslin, with 210J linen bosoms, nnd all for $1. Mr. EllaChollul, Ihoconl and wood dealer, claims to havo first Introduced tin-covered shelters for protecting coal and wood into this city. Ills stock being thus f ully protocto I, Is dry nnd clcam ALEXANDRA AFFAIRS. Tho caso of Samuel Wlmsatt and Charlos W. Dcatboru, registrars ot wards, for Interfer ing with a United StatCH Commissioner in tho dlscburgoot hla duty, camo up bororo Judgo N. B. Mend, of tho Corporation Court, last night, who dismissed both parties. Mr Georgo Ulcks, n Urakoman on tho Vir ginia Midland Railway, who was caught bu tweeu two cars and slightly injured yesterday, was ablo this morning to resumo his duties. Mr. Thomas Sinclair, n well-known carpen ter, of this city, who fell from a sho 1 nt Messrs. Tannon k Co.'s whair, aud who has been ecrlously Ul since thonccldont, is again alio to como out, Tho steam tug E.D.Hartley, which has beon undergoing repnlro by Mr. Koathcart, ma chinist, ot this city, wns yesterday completed and left last night tor Georgetown, from which port sho halls. Mr. Michael Nash, having leslgnod his posi tion as foi email of tho blacksmith shops ot tho Virginia Midland Railroad Company, Mr. Thomas Selectman has boon appointed to 1111 tho acancy. I'lllott Church, a four-master, Is loading conl at tho American coal wharf for l'rovl amcc, 11. 1, Tho vessel is 1,700 burden. A called melting ot the city council was hcl 1 last night. In tho Board of Aldermena resolu tion In regard to tho otlug precinct In tho Second V nrd was referred to tho corporation atlornoy for his opinion, with Instructions to icpcit at n meeting to bo held to-night. Barton Curumtug, (Icorgo Woodard, Doa Cummlngntulaemnll whlto boy woro nrrostod Inst nlglit for creating a dlstutbnnco at tho icstauraut of Ucury Herbucr, on King stroot. All tlio panics weio released by leaving col lateral for their nppearanco boforo tho Mayor this morning. Homy Valentine, colored, who received a sotorc, and it is thought fatal, blow lu tho head during n difficulty with a whlto man named Burnett, continues lu a critical condi tion, Burnett Is still at largo, "Alilcrnoy Dnliy Wagons." Fresh Aldcrnoy Buttor, churnod every morn ing nnd dcllurcd in H ID "Ward" print, nu-t. per lb. Also, cottage cheese, buttormllk and sweet milk, fie, perqt. cream 13c. per pint, FINANCIAL. To-iliiy'H IStncK UiiotiitloiiM. Tho following observations ot tho transac tions lu tho financial market to-dny, together with opening and closing quotations, aro fur ulshed by tho bnuLlug-bousoof If. D, Onoko, Jr., & Co., 1120 V street, Washington, D.O.i A mill'. O. V. name. O. V. 0 1:0 231., UVuSJCon...! 7Hd, 71 2R1.J UV-, 83S, H!W. IMt VOKi law, 1112 IHu II WIS. Poll. l:v lilu liaij li.i'fc Ml, fi'JV (lOly dllt 4,1 13 SO I O 70 TO 111) 1 18V. auVi 10 113 11B 31 32 V ii.i :i:i HIITI 102 W3V, KMlVi 3i.l S1SV 47 32 131 1B.! 141V; 113 102 1011 COOK I.. 83l- H.KiOAW 'J7 U7 Cans Pa Mall... It island.. Heading.. 111 dnv, until... 00 ii 0. Ccn l'n,. D L k W, Del&H,. Dfcita,. Krlo II .V StJ., pief H 6 Tex,., III Con... Ill few... LShoro... I, fcXash, LB & W,. M Con,,,, Mol'a Mo K fc T, Man El,., NY O,..,, N Welt.. prct 13-2 ItllSi BSVi BOU Kill Villi 12(1 11211 11.7 107 t bllKjl hllTb ilHl 31V) 05S 10 10"H lOVil lll St. Paul... pret union Fa. W Union.. V'StLfcl' pror Col Coal,,. 1: Teuu.,., prot Mot El,.,, NY El.... bj I HI llll I 31V 15 IKIVl Oil 1H IV, lftv, 1 11 IV, 171-j 2;ii4 N&W nret O Cen 1'alilt,.,. It. A .... Hfc 1' il&D T&RG.. Tex Fa . . . 71 ". S01 bOVj lOVi iii MMMI. L. ntts..,li4 lu.B, Mining 1 H. U, S. 4 per cent., coupon ,,...lll)i'a!llti'i(, U.S.4 percent., registered llOHidlloX, U, H.-11.J por cent., coupon UHVfijll.'ISi u.s.-IVjper cent., registered. ,,,112 Mll'-U U. S. 3 per cent,, registered. ,,,,,101'Vi U.S.Ssot 1881 1(I2V3102, D.C.U-OOs JOUVj It would nltnoat tax credulity to hoar ot eoraoet thoycurcs made yi Bt, Jacob's oil. AMUSEMENTS VTATIONAL THBATIIH. r.VFJIY 1.V1.NIN0. AND HATURDAY MAT INl.i:. MANKIND; or, I'cggar Your Neighbor, uu: most hi:ci:nt i.o.ndonhucckw, nv PAUL MKItniTT, author or Tin: "world." l'lisentid hern By lho Cohbrated t'ompany .which plnyid It nil summer nt Jialy'a T'nealre, Ntw Yolk, wllh all the Orloliint Scenery and Mechanical hfivcta. Tho Climax of nil Sensations, Comedy, Drnma, hpixtnclc. All In One. Monday, Nov. it-COLLIHIuV 1.1(1 1 IT OT.ON DO.N.Ironi Union Pquare Theatre, N. Y. u TlOnD'B OPERA-HOUSE. HAVHIIIA 'S CO.NHOLIDATP.D r.UROPEAN AND AMERICAN MASTODON MINnlllKLM. LADIIS, DON'T FAIL TO HEF. LF.O.V LADI1-X, DON'T l'All. TO HKII LK'JN AT TIIK MATINKi: HATUIIIIAY, AT 'I1IK MATINKU HATUIIIIAY, ThoMntlncolstho tlmo for families to go so as to avoid thegrcat crowd nt night. Grand Open-Air Concert at 7 Kach Night. On Wtdnctdsy and Sulurday at 1 o'clock Monday Next, llio Celebrated Comle Couple THE HAHRlPONS-ALICi: AND LOUIS. With their Powerful Dramallo Company, In the New 1'Iay, by Leonard (lro er, of V1VAI OR, A SISTlHl'8 HACRIFICi:. -IO-EW THBATRD COMIQUE. MONDAY. OCTODER 30, "A sum: room." The Spectacular Extravaganza, "THE NECnOMANCEII." New Scenery by Matt Morgan. Now Costumes by Haves, New York Clly, First ovpearanco thlseeason ol ADA HENRY, A Tamous Beauty, ns "Hecla." First appearance this season ol FANNY I.UCILLF.'S Clodoche, FufT and Smoke, and Spanish Ballet. A SUl'ERU OLIO. Matlnees TUESDAY. THURSDAY AND SAT URDAY. Notwithstanding tho extraordinary cxnensonl Ihla week'a nttrncttoiia. the price ot admission will ho as usual 13, a.',, y, and fin cents. XTTEST.END DANOIHO ACADEMY, Northcaat Corner 10th at. nnd Va. nvc., Intersec tion of Aveuue, 1'Jth nnd It Bis. Select claaa Monday and IhurstUv. Regular class 'i ueadny and Friday. Bolrco Wednesday, ocltf-.nn 4 DNER'B MCSIO UALL. A. OPENING OF THE 'WINTER SEASON. ISfcl-'S, MONDAY, OlTlOBER 2. 18S2. Mr.Aboir begs to annunnce that Ids large and spacious hall can be rented from lho abo dato lor Con certs, Lcrtnris, Theatricals, Italia, Fidra, Meet ings. Ac. Tho ball will bo thoroughly rouovau-d, and In conneitlon with thoJorceiliofiig-roomand elegant ladles' drcsalng-runma, ulll bo tho most comfortable bnll in tbo District tor the above named ttirreiia. For terms aliJ further Infor mation Inquire at tho oulco or at Mr, Abucr'a realdcnce, 4ia and 4158th at. n w, spu TO THE Aleianflria & Mmcteiiii Ry. Will sell tickets to lllchmond at (1.50 for tho Rouud-trlp, Including ndmlaslon to the Fair Grounds. Tickets w 111 be placed on Snlo October so, and good lo ri turn Xo ember -1. Trains Iea 0 the Balllmcro .(. Potomac Railroad Station at C.SO and 11.23 n. m., and 5 p, m, ocSKt TAiuiAxi's hi:i.t.i:h Ai'i:itu:N"F. Till: MAN WHO '1 OLD T1II1 DOOTOR THAT "HE FF.LT AH IF HE DIDN'T WANT TO DO ANYTHING." WAS ACCUSED OF LAZINESS. YET THOUSANDS EXPERIENCE THIS FEELING-EHFECIALI.Y IN HUMMER-IN CONSEQUENCE OF A DISORDERED CONDI TION OF THE STOMACH, WHICH A FEW REFRESHING DRAUGHTS OF TARRANT'S SELTZER AFERIENT WOULD HE A SURE REMEDY. soi.u iiy ai.t. nuudumrN. Wall PaintiBg and Oaloimining, sica-3srs3 MARBLINQ AND GRAINING. RErENCILINa FRONTS A SPECIALTY Good workmanship, pure material and mod erate prices. 0. MAONIOHOL, 413 10TH 8T, N, W. NEXT OAS 0FF1CK. Uly27 DUcnso Is au cfTect, not n cnute. Its origin lti-vlthlii lm inaulfoKtatloiis wltlimtt Ilcuc. to cute tlm illuoitse tlic cause ltinst be rcmovccl, nud lu no otlitrM'ny onu n cure ever bo of fccUil. WAUNr.KH BAFK K1UMCV AM) IdVKlt CU11UU ebtnlitlauea on jufct tUU iirluclplc. It realizes Unit 95 Per Cent. of all tllscnscs nrlse from flcraugctl kliltieys nud liver, iuul It Htrlke at ouie nt tho root of tlio dlfllculty. The elcmcnto of -vhlcli It Is couipoMeil act directly upon these crent or- ?;nus, both ai a food uutl rmoier, nnd, jy iiinclug theiu In a healthy voiidl tlou, drle illscuse uud pall from the tbystrm. For the liinumcrnble troubles caused by uulicalthy Kidneys, Ltver nud Urinary Organs for tho dis tressing UUordem of Women for Malnrla, nud for physlcnl derauRe mcuts Rtuerally, thU Rrcat remedy has no etjunl lleware of lmposters, Imitations nnd concoctions said to be Just as ccood. For Diabetes, abIc for WAUNUll'S SAF1& DIAUliTKS CDllK. For Hale by all dealers II. II. 1VAIINKU CO., Uuclicatcr, M. Y. npll m ti pf 13 I&3 AUCTION SALES. lOl.l.Y.Amiioncer, Al'MINIhTRATOllHALI'.OrTIfEllALANCR OF FINK ll'HNlrullK OP 'I III! IMI'ATM ; I "li'"! IIM'K, OF IIAIllMOlllC, FUll- NriUlli: MAMIFACIUHKll. 1 linM,rteelvidfroin lho exccutnta.byorderof the Orphan' Uitirlof Baltimore, Mil., tho follow- lug liainnl 1 uridttire, lo be aold ntpnblla auction 5!i,.n.r.Vlf.? 'oulslannnvenile.TIIUIlHDAY. NO- KM 111-It 'J, at 10 II CIXICK A. M .and KlltllAY, ,.,r ,,, Mb,u.,tuuvi,r uiiu inHi, ineynre as 101- 1 jilualteC'ftnor'y CliumlirrHrtii.lii walnut mid 1 noil)' iriitim jnuiuieioii oi; cuht lvo IiundrrU ilol- mrA 10 niAKP. (t rrrtirli nnnortrd HulU. trnMnrntirlitA (nn mt ttirff Itftfififrd dollars to make 41 I'la.n -Mntblo'Iup Wsliiut Hulls, of tho best 7 Walnut Warrtrolie. i l'oplar Wnntrobi.-dntlli (.rfttteni.miUiQ port tibk'.tn A iiltn-fl. it rnrlur Mis, In jiluili, raw Bilk and hair clotli, rinbrriidrrtti ,)th rMIt. li 1 xtriihlonlablif. C(t alnut Jturraun, r ot In cctn. , 'iTt WAtrut llcafMradflouhlnnndHlnalc. in JIiirMo 'J op Tiiliifu, lulalti and iitaln. (0 Walnnt Mitt-tjourds.ln 1 m ry ntrfu luarDlat jp. 11 WnlrutCrlli.n riivplar Llmmlirr HctMimrMo nnd wood lopi, nnd a tarRO lot of poplar crllw, ftldLbonrdx, bid BtiadH, butt bur. InbiMtdftfcria'Cbalns and lOaoreii of ( ry lino unfnut rliambf rrlmlrs ondn tniantlty c foilu r pnodn n&UAlly to bo found In a furniture furloty. IMh Is lho lnrRtBl furniture aalecver taken plaru tn WnitblnKton. nnd 1 will ndvhe pi-rponnln want Dflbenboio-nii'ntlont-d coodn tn Hltrnrttlilr, tntP.MlwlIt soil the above-named pood 11 w U bout rifsen e, Dcab rs ln Itfd to attend Tldt furnliurc ran bn examined on Wedncwlny, brforo Dm aalp. lVrsous wlshlntr to nro lino rbamlx r fnrnlturornii do ho bv calling before tbo pAtoinkts place. Don't forget tlie placpofiftle. iW Lfjullftnn nvftiup, KOVKMUhlt Hand 3, ntlOn. in. Mrnrp. J OI.KV, Auctioneer. oci'Vlt NEW AUCTION HOUSE. Yn reaped fully aniioui co that we are prepared to rcerlie Iiirnlliirc, t'arpeta and nil kinds ol lloostliold (JcodN to aill on commlEBlon at our biiALlous Warerooms NO. II.T7 LOUISIANA AVENUE, oppoalle Clly rcttcfllre. Aho.corcrnodlousator sue for 1 Ino Furniture itnd otlier goods. BOEEKT VOSE Be CO. Ti-acE swiss r).i",sr3 Mrs. ELIZABETH WAGNER, HAH ItKMOVKD to tbo elegant nnd com mo dloun new building, 4ita J .ant Capitol street, where, nmiRonl, pure mllK butter aud dury pro duttawtHboBOju. HepO Compound Fluid Extract of Pipsissewa Isu I't<Uo Turn for all Kidney and Uladdrr Dli iaien. It will also prevent Jlrlnht'a JJlseaie. fold ly all tlniBBlts,(l per bottle. I bavobeen greatly relieve d front pain In the bock by ttie nso DfCompund 1 laid Kx tract of I'lpiliscwa. Itev. Jobn lu Harglie.S-iQ A nt.n.o. nt-g XX ALE ON DRAUGHT 5 CENTO PEIl OLAW. OYSTEHS IN EVERY STYLE, ' Irit am pknna.avk., PArnoMiiM CARAMELSI all ri.AVor.B.i'uiu: and ntr.sit daily. UNAUUL'IKIIATED CAND1LH. PPU1T, FOItElON AND DOSIESTIC, At WlilliaiAK'g, 0.1 I'ounii. At. ltnat. AT TEED. PEANK'S LOW-l'IHOi: SHOE HOUSE. .133 PA. AVE. EAST.UAl'riOI. HILL. lollies' Heat Trench Kid Button, JltO; Ijidlrn' Itiat Kid liulloli, narrow Hldth, A urnl 11; only -I'a nnd 6'a jelt. worlli ttjTor It.rjO ocO STAMPING & EMBROIDERING. Ynrna, 7epliyrs, Crew ela, Flosac, Silks, Felling, Satlcen l'liislira, Notions nnd Noteltloa. Inatruc tlona rItcii In Decorative Needle V ork, Keoslnit tou.Arroecncltndl'luhRtltcli. E. t'.JIAHSON, OC'-H-H BOU l'ENNA. AVJ:.,EAH1'. GIVEN AWAY. China, Crockery and BlftMwnrntopnrchastTii of Ttimnd Coiloe. DKrfJtl'BJaK TKA CO., Hed 'rontLcor4thacd l'enu. ave. cast. UtstOldUov went Java, Kc. pound. EATB AHD GENT'S rUENISHINaS. JOS. WALTI'.MYEII, S0 Tn. nvo., Capitol mil riilldrrn's Sclioolllnta.uic.: sllkScarls.ctoll; lilteHlilria.tcc. toli Heat -l-ply Linen Collars, InndaiorStc! Oent'H llo-e. nil atylea. The ell mux Shirt, varrnnttd Wamauttn IMualln, S,luo l.llien iloanni.Tl! tlrulirelloa. SSc. up. oc 1 GUNS! GUNSI! GUNS!!! ThelUlnforccd-llrefch "Diana" nun. A vast lmrrGcment. AUolutely Kale, Winner In nil trials. AUn,any otbtr uakes at various prices. All kuds wannnttd. My Iodr ix1erlenco Isu Eiinriinlienr witUfactlnn. WM. WAllNKll. Uun Mukir, nrd Denier In Jlnrdwaro and Hporta ihhi'h t-uipllts, 207J l'cuna. ae. caat. Capitol fllll. on CO A I AND WOOD, Ccrclully Helected for riuully Ue, at Dot lorn I'rlcen. EaU WasbliiRton CVial nnd Wood Yard, D. h. HIMl'hUN Jn.. ocrt-lm (Ho repna.avo. s. o. r. BTEIIILE'B OOKPEOTIOHERY, o. no pi'nna. avi:nuk i:ast. rsTAiiMbii:ii ihni, on capjiol iiiLL. J nm tilling up my i.lorollb tbo Hneat J'rencli and Ainerlrun Candltn for tbo l'all.and I ulll nlwoMH durlncthe Winter .Uep on hand tbo best Can tilts and Cnk. Wy rblladilpbla Caramels of dlllercut flainm an tbo btfd In tbo market. Ite Crtnm nnd Wntir Ironlwnjson baud. Wed dlnps ai.d 1'aitiiB turnUbid at short notice. I'lcQge pUomeii tall. keep -w.a.:r:m:.. Tbo inoRt con.pltto and larce ft Block of STOVES niidl'AHLOIt XIKA'JKK.S In lata WaHbluKton. lonitlurubinR(.tcods aud Tlnu arc ut Cheapest llutihlnlliorlir. Jl. It. riA'N. C03 l'ciina.Aio.H. 12. FASHIONABLE DANOIHO ACADEMY AT IVASIUNGTON HAI.li. Itcunloim Monday" and Thursdays from 8 until 10 p. ni. Children's Classes Tucsdajs aud l'rldays STOVES I STOVES! lurt'Cht let EClectfd and most complete stock In l-ntit WnFblnRton.nt tbolowent riRiirCH. llODbl.J'UtMSlUNll(1001H,a lull Hue. Kool Inn, Uutttrlng, JlepalrlnK. etc. -Wltf:. 33. MAROHE, Ul'.i 1'ePiiKilvanla aenuo. Cupltol Hill. Strictly Pure and Very Old "Whisky, Hrnudy, !ln, l'ortwlno and Sherry for medicinal use, aotd by McClilllcy .V DolUvlu, SCO I'll. itvc. Unit. And Dellwlg ,t IMrCauley'a, cor. M ami Oala. n. o . GROCERIES & PROVISIONS ELIA CHEL1NI, 133 VXXSA. AVli, CAPITOL HILL. Varltly. clicnpneaaitnd ipmllty--our motti. Or deiani.lhedl'orL'oul und Wood and 2,'.!01bllo llieton guoranued. t Kasl Capitol Street Pharmacy. Tlio Most r.ollablo and Oldest Katabllalide. .101 11AHT CAI'IIOLSTIIKKT. "NEOLA," Dornln Pllta Own llrand, llest ft Cont Clear In WflUilntton. UtOChUir.U AND l'HOVlufONti. Hlucr tfprny riour v xo quarter bbl. Oyster's Crceuuiy Jiutter. Cor, 1 bird and A sts. b. e. THE EAST WASHINGTON "DEPOT Tor all ot lue NATUltAL JII.NKltAL WATEIIS la III T. X, BOOLKY'S DltUO STORE, corner Third alrcet and re nna. ave. eaat. ocl3 WASHINGTON IULL UESTAU11ANT, AIItKJtTO CASirnVf-I. l'roprletor, cor. M st. and Va. ae., Capitol lltll. aamo and luxuries In arat on. allluauueo And Wasblnttton beer and other drinks. Ladles' Ulnlng-roouin, sp!3 EDUCATIONAL. SPKNOnRIAN I1DBINE38 OOLLHOB, LIN coin Hall lliilldlnu, cor, Oth and 11 au. Day and eenluR aeaalona for the education of aoua and d&UKhttra.and men and women for telf support and real life. ThebranchcaUiught are the Bug. Hall Ijiuirnace! Uualnwis Aillluneliei Oncuccrlau Vractlcnl l'eumanahlpi llaovkecplnit, hy bIiibIo and deuhlo mtry, adapted lo every arlely of bualmaa; Jlualneaa Practice, Mlioleaatf. retail and lianklng, emplojliiK the methods of accounta, hualneiw panera and correspondence adopted by leadliu! hualnewt houaw; 1'lijalcalaud Vooul Cut. lure: Political Kcouumyt Commercial 1a Baal nss i:ililc. yiicclal deP'trlmenU lu Elocution, 1'boiHsrapliy and llrawlnu, in cliargo of beat ninniTn. Colleco open August i lor tho recep tion of atudentli ior,!1f,1l1aJj.lU)r or "veulng. lu the oar, lu monthly Installments ot 10 iM 'ilieiluulur,lelleieek8......,....H H '20 t nr acholai ahlp, for day or c eullls ftO ErnUi tultlou, three months ., IS M " onomontti.... .,. 0 The new handsomely HlmtruU'd Uolleire Au nouneeuient, contalulue full luformatlou, aeut ireo upon application by mall or ot the college ottlee. KKNHY O. BPhNOKlt, lllnclpal. HA HA A.Bl'lOiOKH. Vice-Principal myl -lUOICKOUTlfLOWKItS trom wy own -neen-houan In Dnlontown Ml. nlthed fur all occnalona. N. MTUIIKIt, FLOIUBT, won V atrrt nonhmt. jjggTAXPAYBBa BAVBYOnn MONEY. Ilefors paylDK Bpeclal Aueumaatt call at No. 43tv Bevenih at. n. w., lloom 1, Conaultatton free. Office hours 8 a. m, to 5 p. ra, ani7p,ruto9p.m I 4