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THE EYTCNIKG OBITIO, WASimSTGrTOH, D. O., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1882.
Evorybedr says that
Iho great Handker
chief Sale now Inking
place lit tho PALAIS
ROYAL, Is tlic won
der of tbo season.
Crowd) berJcze No.
Second Floor -Annox.
&AEIEITS TO OMER.
Second Floor Main Room.
WELECTRIO LIOUT InslJo shoTtlnj colors
by ulant aa w ell as by day.
Open Saturday until 10 p. m.
Oilier days until 1p.m.
410 7th St.
SFHNOBBIAN BUSINESS 0011.13013, MN
coln Hall llulldlnir, cor. Bthnot D its. Day
and evening senlons for tho education of Bonn and
daughters, and men and women for self support
and real life. The branches taught are the Eng
llah Language; Business Arithmetic; Spencertan
Practical Penmanship; Uookkeeplng, by single
and double entry, adapted to every variety of
business; Business Practice, wholesale, retail and
hanking, employing the methods of accounts,
business papers and correspondence adopted by
leading business houses; Physical and Vocal Cul
ture; Political Economy; Commercial Law; Busi
ness Ethics, upeclal departments In Elocution,
Phonography and Drawing, In charge of beat
masters. College open August 23 for the recep
tion of student for the year.day or evening,
Br the year. In monthly Installments ot 1 10 G0
The quarter, twelve weeks 20
Year scholarship, for day or evening ..., 60
Evening tuition, three months .... IS
" " one month 6
The new handsomely 11 last rated College An
nouncement, containing full Information, sent
free upon application by mall or at the coll ego
omce. I1KNHY a BPKNCJCn, Principal
HAItA A.BPKNQgB. Vice-Principal myl
Pianos, Organs, Sheet Music.
Steck & Go, Piano. rS SSi"1
Emerson Piano. pSSSSasSSSJ1
Wilcox & White and Kimball Organs.
Pianos and Organs sold on Instalments, rented
or exchanged; rent applied If purchased.
5 Cent Musio. i!X,SEp,t0
l15 F STREET,
Managing Tartner ot the late Arm Ellis & Co.
Philadelphia Oandy Pactory,
PURE CANDIES AND OAItAMELS, 35 OTS.
PER POUND. JlT
410 SEVENTH STREET,
UNDER ODD-FELLOWS' HALL.
Gas Cooking Stoves,
For Sale at tho Gaslight Office,
Electric Appliincei in test 01 30 Dayt' Trill.
YO MEN ONLY, YOUNO OR OLD,
"ITniO ar siuToxtnir from Kkuvocs Dtrntmr.
V 1-oit Vjtalitv, hxrtt or r,.vj, Foac aku
Viaoa. WiiTlaa Weaki-'b sm, onJ All tliow 4UcaMM
of Ixbsomi. NlTUR miililni from Aww and
OTfica CU11ES. flpeedy rtlltf an! complete rcto
ratlonof ilKil.ro, ViaoiiondlLiinioootlCiinKTSiD,
lto imuida.t dUcorory atlfit Mniiljjnth Cjnturr.
lndtitoac for IlluMritfd Panptalel free. AdaroM
VOUAIO CELTCOm MAR8MAU.MICH. ,
I 1,111 ,n.mMMOMlrt
BEfDRE AND - AFTER 1
THE EVENING ORITJO.
ESTAIIL1SII1:I AUQUST ISOS.
Tho special bullollu lesuod from tho Signal
warmer, partly cloudy weather Is ludtctto.l
In tho districts on tho Atlantic const on Bun
day, nlih light rnln in tho South Atlantic
Htntrs. Wnrraer, partly cloudy (wpalhor nnd
llelitratu Islndlcntod for tho Oult Btntos. Ohio
alloy and Tennessee, nnd occasional snow tor
tho lako region on Sunday.
Tho following special tomporaturos wore re
ported nt II p.m. ycstonlayi Washington, uo'i
Norfollr, 'J7 Hnvannah, :13"i Atlautn, 112 i
Jacksonville, dl"! Pensacola, -I lt Now Or
leans, 42"! Galveston, IS'i Han Antonio, I21 1
Tucson, 73' Los Angeles, f8 Ban IJlogo, 08'.
Tun strcct-lampi will lo lighted at 5:10
p.m. and extinguished at OilD a. ru.
Nelson W. Onr.nN lias bcon itrrpolntod as
Janitor ol tho Anthony Bowou School Build
ing. TwKSTY-nvn arrests woro mado by tho
jiollco force la tho twenty-tour hours ending at
U n. in, to-dny.
Fines of $103 for keeping unlicensed
bars ivcro Imposed In tho cnsOT ot John W.
blubbs aud Thomas Mai la to-day, and sovoral
cnecs woro continued.
Tun licnhou:o of Dr. A. B. Jatnoson.
rnrkstroct, Mount l'loisant, was onloroil on
ITIday nionilnK nnd about i'i'i worth ot flno
l.enhoru nnd I'lymouth Hock chickens woro
At tho regular mcctln)? of tho Paper
nnngcra' Asscclntlou Thursday nlsht, John
V. rnlconor was oloctod rtelegato to tlin
National Convention ot l'aper-IIanceH, to
bo held In Now York on tho 1 1th Instant.
Tun llttlo clnticlitor of tho editor or tho
Tlffln (0.1 VaUy Star was Immodlatoly nnd
permancnty relieved of a sovoro coush by throo
doses ot Dr. Hull's Cough Byru p. A Uo-cont bot
tlo ot this valuablo rouiedy will euro tho worst
The branch postofllco station at Thomp
son's drug store, on l'Ktoonlli Btreet northwost,
tins, by his own request, been discontinued, as
lntertcrlngwlth his buslnCBS, and thootllco ro
moved to Asgllm & Co's. book storoon V stroot
A MAN named Patrick Fleming fell from
an express wagon nlillo intoxicated last night
aDouiviuuodocv, anucuims uoaa ana raco
qulto seriously, lto was romovod to 1'ollco
lleadauartcrs by oniccr Byrnes, whero his
TrtE 0 o'clock tacotlng nt tho Young
Men's Christian Association building to-morrow
will bn conducted by Mr. V. II, Wnrnor.
non. John Hill, ot Now Jorsoy, will nlso tako
Jnrt In tho exercises. Binning lod by W. u,
lorlow. Young men epoclally Invited to at
tend. The officers of tbo Grand T.odgo of Good
Templars will hold n Lodgn ot Instruction this
evening at Washington Hall, corner Third
nnd Pennsylvania nvenuo cast, nt which nil
ho onicors ot tho subordlnato lodges will bo
prosont, nnd members ot tho order generally
AN alarm of firo was tnrnod In front box
2Syesterdnycvenlnsby Sergeant l'crry.causol
by flro being discovered In an unoccupied
Rlinnty on Bovontu-stroot road, owned by Mrs.
Kolloy. Tbo flro was extinguished by Bjr
geant Perry nnd omcer llhodes. Tho 11 ro Do.
partment responded promptly, but did not go
AnouT 1:1." o'clock this morning an
nlarm of flro was turned In from box 23, causod
by tho discovery ot llames Issuing from tho
grcenhouso ot John aiorlus, cornor ot Third
nnd Doundary streets, Tho dopartraont noon
extinguished tho llro with very slight I031.
Mrs. A. L. Harbor, who lives noar by, dis
covered tho flro and .nottuod 1'ollco Ileal
quartors by telephone
Tun pretty llttlo entchcl-mulTs, that aro
kept by Messrs, Taylor & Hufty, aro qulto tho
thing for holiday gltts. Thoycanbo found at
this liouso In otter, lynx, seal, beaver nnd
cloth. A recent lmiortatlon Is tbo cloth Russian
circular, fur-trlmmcd, with muff to match.
Hpeclal bargains aro orcrcd la fur sots. Tals
llrm display already n largo stock ot holiday
goods at very rcasonablo prices.
A TEW days ngo thieves stolo n number
ot valuable packages from a dry goods wagon,
which hnd been left standing In front of n rosl
denco on K street northwest, whllo tho driver
hnd gono lnsldo to deliver a parcel. A full
description of tho stolen proporty ha9 boon
furnished to tho sovcral precincts and tho ofll
ccrs aro after tho miscreant). Tbo goods stolon
crabraco costly men's nnd ladlos undorwoar,
silk holocry, otc, of considerable value
Two young colored mon named, re
spectively. Janitor and Demi, who aro sup
posed to havo bcon responslblo for a groat
deal of tho pockctbook snatching "rocontly
perpotratod, woro beforo Judgo Bnell to-day
charged with bolng suspicious charactors.
Mtss Jcsslo Towors, ot Alloghany city, testi
fied that tho prlsonors closely rosomblod
two men who had attackod her on Bovontlt
street and stolen her pockothook and ondoav
orcd to steal hor watch. 'Iho young lady
could not positively Identity olther ot tho
prisoners, nud thoy wcro dlsmlssod. It Is un
derstood that Janitor will bo roarrostod and
, other casos prcsontod against him,
Tho lofty Queen ot England looks "hor host"
when clothed In tho clato costumo ot block
silk and brocado velvot, tho sombro buo being
relieved by a profusion of sparkllus dia
monds. Thoabovo queenly fabrics silks In
all shades and brocado velvets can bo pur
chased nttho storo ot Mossrs. aulnnlp, Day
& Co., 820, B22 nnd 82 1 Bovontlt stroot, and at
prices for everybody.
Thtrty-stx slaves havo becu emanci
pated and many prisoners roleasod la Tan
Tho Chamber of Commerce of tho Gor
man eoaporta havo protested against tho ox
elusion of American pork.
Captain James Emmons, of Long Branch,
whoso yacht was supposed to havo boon lost
on tho Now Jersey const, is uato at Uarnogat
At Springflclil, Mais., yestcnlay, Joseph
R. Looruls was convlctod ot tho murder ot Mr.
I.ovctt, and sentenced to bo banged March 8,
Tho festival of St. Gcorgo was colo
brated In Bt. Petersburg yesterday, tho Czar
attending a banquet and n theatrical perform
ance Mrs. Dallcy, of Hast rairflold, Vt loft
her two young children Mono In tho liouso on
Thursdny. Thoy played with tho llro and woro
Govornor Long yesterday appointed Oli
ver Wendell Holmes, Jr., to bo Justice ot tho
Supremo court ot Massachusetts, In placo of
u uu(,u uuru, romgaou.
In Jcrsoy City, on Thursday night, JIrs,
Catherine Andorsack, while roturnlng from a
fair at St. Peter's (it. c.) Church, was takoa
Buuuumy in uuu uiuu.
It was decided in Now York voitorday
that "sacrod coucorta"- aro not forblddon by
tho now penal code, and tho cases against
Victor Holby and Harry Hill woro dlsmlssod.
An order was granted by tho Now York
Superior court, yostorday, requiring tho Co
lumbia Consolidated Qold and Silver Mining
Company to show causowhy it should not bo
Bernard Ryan, a lunatla at tho Snako
Hill (N, J.) Asylum, attempted Bulcldo yester
day by cutting hts throat with a razor. Ho
sovored tho carotid artery, but it was promptly
tied. His condition is critical,
Jlradstreet'i Journal reports 217 failures
In tho United States the past week. This is
tho largesrnumber in any ono week for two
years post. Tbo Increases aro largely In Now
York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Texas,
McNamee, Fillet, Iivl Chow and Bobcrt
Chew, tbo Philadelphia grnvo-robbors, woro
committed for trial yostorday. Dr. l'orbos,
demonstrator ot anatomy at Jorferson Modleal
College, testlflod that tho collogo got about
160 bodies a year.
Governor Cameron has ismed a proclama
tion declaring the amondmont to tho constitu
tion prohibiting tho Imposing ot a capitation
tax ns a qualification tor voting to havo oeen
ratined by tho people Tho majority tor tho
Yestcnlay cloven convicts, at work on
tbo Penltenilary at Little Hock, Ark., attacked
and disarmed the guard and oscapod. They
woro purauod with bloolhounds. Tho
convicts killed throo ot the dogs, and night
coming on tbo pursuit was abandoned.
The Denver Flro Insuranco Comptny, of
Denver, Col., has collapsed. It wai organ
Izrd fifteen months ago, with a nominal utpl
tnlcf 1 1,000,000, and It is roportod that It
never had a dollar In Its treasury, nnd Itionly
njttts cnntditi'd ot untouured notes an I
tracts or unimproved lands, held by an lmtior
General Sidney Ilurhank, TTnlt'd fitatoi
Army, retired, dll Tliursday.ln Nnwrwr, y.
Ho was n graduate from West 1'olnl In 182'),
nnd served in the HlackUawk nnd Homlnolo
nam. Ho served In the Army of tho 1'ntomv)
during the late war, and was hrorotnd brigadier-general.
Ills aito was 71. His on,
Clayton Uurbank, Is a lieutenant in tho Tenth
The most succeuful dramatic author of
the times, Mr. Hartley Campbell, ononooccv
(Ion fell and sprained hlu ankle sovnrely. A
bottlo ot Ht Jarob'n oil soon mended mat
ten, however -At" l'ork Jramalle A'titi,
Mlint n ZVcw i:mk)iiiii1 Ncimtnr Hnys.
A Republican Benator from n Now England
Etatowas this morning accostod by n Onino
scrlbo wllh llio Inquiry!
"Aro you going to stick to Ooorgo Oorlmm
for Beeiclary when tho Honnto orgaalzos next
"1 eupposo oo," was the roply. "Mr. nor
ham's nomination has never been oancelod. I
think that, according towell'eBtabllihod party
usages, ho Is ontttlcd to bo considered tho
candidate until ho Is olther elected or beaten
or somo other candidate Is substituted In
his stend, audi don't think nnother could bfl
consistently substituted and ho thrown over
board oxcopt for cause."
"How about tho Sorgeant at-ArmsJ"
"I do not know about that. Mr.ltlddloborger,
thocandldatoot tho caucus. Is now out ot tho
raco. That leaves tho Hold opon so tar as that
ofilco Is concerned. Tho caucus will solect a
candldnto on tho majority principle"
"It Is said that Messrs. Ittddlouorgcr nnd
Mahonowlll ask tho caucus to glva tho placo
ton Virginia Koad usier as n matter ot right.
Do you think that point will bo conceded J"
"My Impression Is that )t Senators Mahono
nndlilddlebergorco-operato with our caucus
their wishes will bo respected ai memborsot
our organization In good standing. I don't
soo how they can expect more. Wo aro all la
tho eaYno boat. Democratic defeat and Repub
lican success aro qulto ns important to them
ns to us. I would not mako any special assign
ment of favora on account ot any peculiar po
litical condition In any state."
'Then you will not favor giving tho Bor-gonn-at'Arms
to Virginia 1"
"No, elri not in tho sonso ot tribute Tho
Now Kngland delegations, so tar ns I know,
will present Colonel Ooorgo w. Hooker, ot
Vermont, and support htm throughout. If tho
caucus nominates somo onoolsowo shallot
courso voto for tho nomlnco. That Is all that
can bo said about tho mattor."
DOWEN GETS MIXED
About tho Dntcs f Atlcccd Inter.
lJewN vvltli Mr. llleliHon.
After our report ot tho Dickson trial closod
yesterday somo startling disclosures woro ox
acted from tho unwilling wltnoss, llowon,
under tho cross-examination ot Mr, C, Maurlco
Uowon's memory gavo war singularly whon
ho was questioned as to tho occurrences attor
Drowsier Cameron left tho cltr on tho ovonlng
ot August 2:). At ono tlmo wltnoss said he
never saw Dickson nttor parting that ovonlng,
but subsquently stated that ho did not re
member whotbor ho saw Dickson lato that
Went nnd on tho following day or not.
Ho could remember nothing that transpired
nt these lost mooting It they occurred, Ho
had novor wrltton to Mr. Dickson but once
Tbo tlmo meant was whon ho wroto tho card
on August 23, asking Dickson to moot hlmsolf
and Cameron in tho ovonlng. Tho witness
sworo most positively and emphatically that
this card was written on August 23, and could
not havo been wrltton tho 21th and could not
havo been dntod tho 2 1th.
Mr, Braltli then handed witness a card In
scribed: "Don Cor-ourx Dicksoxi night o'clock this
ovenlng at Driver's, August 21. Uowr.N."
Witness Identified tho card nud acknowl
edged it to bo tho ono which ho had wrltton.
This development In tho caso created qulto
aeonsatlon in tho courtroom, which had not
subsided when tho court adjournod,
Tho thiity-slxtli regular mooting ot tho Bio
logical Boclcty was held last ovonlng In tho
lccturo-ioom ot tho National Musoum. Pro
fessor Thcodoro 0111 proslded. Thlrty-sovon
members wero present. Tho prosldont an
nounced that nrrangoments bad boon mado
for n series of lectures to youths, tho Drst to
bo delivered In the lccturo-room of tho Nat
ional Museum, by Professor O. T. Mason, nt
:.:10 p. m Saturday, Doccmbor 1(1. Professor
0111 rend a papor upon tho "Stromatoldm" nnd
was followed by Dr. D. W, Promise In an ex
tremely interesting essay cntltlol "Changes
produced In tho bird fauna In tho District ot
Columbia by modification ot tho topography."
Among tbo epocles formerly abundant, but
now extinct, or nearly so, aro tho liouso wren,
tho bluo bird, thosummer warbler, tho warb
ling vires, and tho purple martin. The roa
sons wcro assigned to chnngos In tbo natural
features ot tho District. This paper Is tho nd
vanco notlco ot a roport upon tho bird fauna ot
tho District proparod by Drs. Clowes and Pren
tiss and soon to bo publlshod as a bulletin ot
tho National Musoum. Tho rost ot tho .80s
Blon was given up to a discussion ot tho bost
means ot exterminating tho English sparrow.
Lincoln Vcrnt, G. A. It.
Lincoln Post, No. 0, O, A. n., tho "giant
post " of tho department, numbering ovor 103
members, held a largo and enthusiastic moot
lnc nt their hall, corner Sovonth and I. stroots
northwest, ou Wednesday ovenlng, and oloctod
tho following onicors for tho onsutng year:
Post commander, Win. A, Mooroi sonlor vloo
commnndor, Jamoa M. Plpesi Junior vlco-com-mandcr,
Hauso II. Bmllhi quartormastor, B.
H Thomason (fifth torm, unanimously) sur
geon. Dr. P. Donohuo (filth term, unanim
ously)) chaplain, Rov, Don, Swallow (sixth
torm, unanimously) 1 officer of tho day, Robort
Nolson (fourth term, unanimously)) offlcor ot
tbo guard, L. T, Jewott (second torm, unanim
ously).! Representatives' department encamp
ment delegates 1 W, P. Atwoll. John P. Kelly.
a. I', W. Strleby, Charlos King, Paul Brodlo,
Robert McDonald, Cloorgo D.SIdman, B. o.
Mills, J. M. Pipes, M. T. Anderson,. H. II,
Smith, J. O. Hawley, n. U. Martin, W. A. Short 1
alternates i D. Shannon, a. II. LIHtbrldgo, J,
P. Perloy, E. J, Dowllng, J, A, McCauloy, Rob
ert Nelson, L. P. Williams, Prod, Thomson,
John DIngbnm, M, Whipple, Joslah Shaw,
Tbcop. Gaines, T. It. Turnbull.nuntor Brooke
IIohson'H Cliolce 11 Proper One.
Mr. Sam llobeon, a well-known traveling
salesman in ono ot tho largest whotosalo
bouses m this city, thus answered a reporter:
"Yes. sir: tho snmo chances nro still onont It
was a spare dollar I had, and Invested It In a
Louisiana Btato Lottery tlckot, and It drow mo
tbo $5,000 hero shown. Tho next drawing
takes placo Docomber 10 and tho sanio
chances aro open to others. Address M. A,
Dauphin, Now Orloans, La., tor Information.
JlaiipMHTinn.) Atalanchc, Octobtr'i'J.
ItnwlliiH Pout, a. A. It.
John A, Rawllas Post, No. 1, tho oldost Oran 1
Army post In continuous exlstonce In tho
country, olectod tho following officers for the
ensuing yoar last night: Commander, Donnls
O'Connor: senior vlco-commandor, Oeorgo A.
UUIUlLOl JUU1UI V1UU UUUIUJUUUI.T, WIUIO 1., A.U1-
llngori quartormastor, Charlos H. Joyco: sur
geon, Dr.B. A. U, McKIm: chaplain, James
Cross; offlcor of tho day, Prank Clark: ofilcor
ot tho guard, John N. Moldor) delegatos to tho
dopartiuent encampment. Dr. 8, A. II. McKIm,
John M, Kcogh, II, H. Weaver, Ilenjaraln If.
McAlwee, William Hunt, N. D. Plthian, Don.
Jamlu W, Smith, Jamos Dronnan nnd 1', O,
Houter; nlternatos, P. Moa3hor, John N,
Moldcr, A. l'lynn, John D. Hunt, Jamoa Lawn,
C. II. Dickey, U. T. Mooro, William L. Seward
and James Plant: membor ot tho hall com
mittee, Charles E. Joyce Quartormastor
Joyco and senior Vlco-Commandor Holmos
recctvod tho unanimous voto ot tho post tor
their rcspoctlvo positions. There was a very
Wear Grncefnl Clothes.
Tho foaturo of woman that is mostadmlrod
by man Is a petlto and graceful Usurp. To
produce this effect wear n tastefully made
Bilk dolman. Thoy aro sold In groat varloty
nnd price by Messts. Oulnnlp, Day k Co., 820,
822 land 821 Bevonth stroot. Uosldea a full
lino ot circulars and children's coats.
An r.njoyiiulo Entcrtntnmcut.
A most onjoyablo ontcrtalnmont was glvon
last ovenlng at tho rosldoncoof Mrs. McO.111,
on Ninth street, tor tho boneUt of tho Sunday,
echool ot tho church of tho Incarnation. Tho
first part of tho programme conslstod ot tho
laughablofarco, "My Turn Next," which was
ably presented by Mossrs, Wake, Evans, Hen
nott and Mastor Burnett, and Misses Dennett,
Woltz and Wood. Tho leading toaturos ot tho
second part wero the Instrumental duet by
ibo Mlssos Ilazleton, tho quartot by Mossrs,
Myers, Cooper, Hartwell nnd Wake and tho
recitations by MastorDurnott, Their rendltton
rellocted great credit on those who partici
pated, and tbo larco audlenca nresnnt nn-
tured substantial aid to the worthy object
fVlmt'H NhiciI In Clnlucil.
Worklngmen will oconomlzo by employing
Dr. Pierce's medicines. His "Pleasant Purga-
tlvoPollots" and "Widen Medical Dlscovory"
cleanse the blood and system, thus provontlug
fut ere and other eerlous dlseasos, and curing
all Bcrof ulcus and othor humors, Bold by drug
gists. Ylin lllgli Ncliool C'onrorl.
Desplto tho cold and blustering woathor ot
Thursday opening, tho friends and acquaint
ances ot tbo Washington High School almost
completely rilled the hall of that building, tho
occasion being a concert and exhibition drill
by Ibo pupils ot that school. Tho oxoreUoa
ccntietod of piano nnd violin solos, recitations,
ctfaye, Bongs by tbo gleo club ot tho malo de
partment, and rnllathenlo oxerclsos by tho
young ladles, i:erytlilng passed off admi
rably, most 01 tbo selections being encored
principally thoso of the glo club, which, be
ing mostly ot ncomlo nature, kept the audi
enco In n continual roar ot laughter, Tho
may of Mr. W. 8. Armstrong was woll ro.
colved, Ills subject bolng" The Oood and Evil
ct Novel Heading."
"Alilcrnpjr Dairy WnEOiiH."
Fresh Aldernoy Butter, chimed ovory morn
lag and delivered In H lb " Ward" prints, 6O0
per !b. Also, cottage cheese, buttermilk nnd
sweet milk, Be. per qt. Cream ISc. por plut,
The Ofllclnl Ti-nnslVrn, iin Ilceoritcil
Mesom. Danenhower k Son, rcBl-estato brok
ers, 1220 r Btreet northwest, report tho fol
lowing transfers Hi real estate lu tho Dis
trict to-day, ns conipllod by them from tho
official records In the oulco ot tho llocordor of
Sublets 13, in, 10. squaro 102, Johnson's
subdivision ot lot ft, Thomas Johnson ct nl, to
Washington 11. William'., ?a,rOT,RU.
Bnmn proporty, Washington U, Wtlllami to
Wm. M. Wlshnrt, f 1,188.01.
Bnmn property, Win. M, w lshart to Washing
ton D. Williams, tl.lBB.Ol.
On K street south, 1 in foot by 33 foot on
Sixth strcot west, lot 20 and north II foot nt lot
25, Bquaro DOO, trusteos of Dank of Washing
ton to Mary Mnrtln, (2,18,,.
On Turner street, bctwoenl nnd ttreots
north, suhlot 10, Bquaro 303 ( 1(1 feet front by
105 feet), It. Ross Perry, trustee, to John C.
Uarknoss, trustee, 12,300.
On Now York avenue, between Nlath and
Tentb stroeta west, sublets II nnd 10, squaro
372 (50 foot 7 Inches by depth), Ourlls D,
Ornbam to Oeorgo T. Hearing, 15,000.
)n H street north, botween 'Nlnotoonth and
Twontloth Btroets west, oast part ot lot 7,
Bnuaro 120 (at f cot 11 Inches front by 107 feet
11 inches), oeorgo T. Doarlng to Curtis D, Ora
bam, 1 8,000.
on D Btreot north, betweon rourtocnth nnd
riflconth Btroets west, sublot 17, square 223
(20 feet 5 Inches fiont by depth), William V,
Mattlngly, trustee, to William M, Hodgos,
Bamo proporty noxt nbovo, Mary L Drown
ct al.to William M. Hodgos, tSOO,
Snmo proporty noxt nbovo, oeorgo II, Har
ries to Hosnlto M. nradford, $210.
On O street Ronth (8.1 foot 1 Inch bv 70 foot
on blxth stroct east), part of lots 12 nnd 13,
squaro 817, Ooorgo Mason to Mary E. At Loo,
On South Carolina avenue, botweon nubile
squaro and l'ourteenlh strcot oast, sublot M,
Bquaro south of 1030 (22 feet front by depth),
Wnllaco T. Chapman to William Craig, (1,000,
Mount Pleasant, lots 1 nnd;'-', block 3, B. P.
Brown's subdivision, James Taylor to Annlo
Uardou, to 13,
On B stroot north, betweon rtfth nnd Sixth
B stroet north, betweon Plfth nnd Sixth
, parts ot lots lo and 11, squaro 181) (2 i
l'U Inches front by dopth), Honry C. Wlro
to Rlchnril O. Tolklnhorn.
On K stroet, betwoen Third nnd Pourth
northwest, lot A, squaro IWS (25 by Oil), W.
Craig to W. 1'. Chapman, 91.31)5.
On E street, botweon Third and Pourth
southwest, lot it, squaro 507 (OU by depth), J.
D.Duckley to J. Fallow, f 1)0.
On o etrcot, betweon Twenty-first and
Twenty-second northwest, lots 23 and 20,
Bounrodo (lO.dbydopth), E. J, lIUltjW.lt.
Lots 12. 13. block 17. on Meridian Hill. M.
J. Warner to J. M, Crummel, (1,830.
Modjoska closos a most succosf ul ongago
ment to night, nppoarlng for tho last tlmo In
"Tho Twcltth Night." JooJotrorson Monday.
Tho Hanlnns close to-night. Tholr play Is a
flno ono. Next week MargarotMathor.
Tho Richmond Combination Is still perform
ing to big business nt this thoatro. Novel at
tractions havo boon secured for noxt wook,
Tim anuronv conceiits.
To-night Emma Thursby gives hor closing
concert nt Lincoln Hall. Tho programme is
v ory much moro attractlvo than the ono ot last
Thursday night, nlthough tho latter concert
was Bupcro. miss xuursoy, uosiuos roncior
lngBomoot her own tavorlto songs, will bo
ably assisted by her company, which Includes
Miss Emily WInant, Miss Maud Morgan, M.
Hoist Hansen, E. Noupcrt; Maurlco Htrakosch,
director. Seats can bo socurod at Motzorott'a
to-day and at Lincoln Hall to-night.
A Clicsaiicullo liny GlioHt.
A. P. Uudglns, assistant keopcr at WolC Trap
Light, Chosapcako Day, has roslgned. Mr.
Hudglne wroto to Captain Evans, Lighthouse
Inspector, several weeks ngo, that his family,
living on shoro opposlto tho llghthouso, had
been disturbed by mysterious noises. Tbo
Inspector granted htm Joavo ot nbsonco. a sub
stitute belug provided, to invostlgato tho mat
ter, but tho "ghost was so unruly that tho
keeper had to resign. Mr. Hudglus declared
that knocks and othor noises wero heard all
over Iho house, and a young lady, lying la
bed, recelvod a severo slap In the faco, nnd on
a light being produced It was found tho blow
had left tho print ot a ghostly hand on tbo
lady's chock. Mattbows County Is aroused
over tho mattor, and watch parties havo
nightly trlod to discover tho causoot tho vis
itations, but bavo failed.
All who visit this new store, 101 Bovonth
fitrcor, aro very much pleasod with tho lino
display of goods adapted for holiday prosents,
comprising a full lino of books, gamos, Quo
stationery, stoel engravings, artotypos, chro
mos, Christmas cards In ondloss varioty, work
and Jowel boxos, volvet frames nnd panols,
coscls, &c, Tho public aro lnvltod,
Tbo rcsldenco ot Mr. and Mrs. J. A, l'ltz
gerald, No. 1111 I'lorco placo, was tho scone
ot much merriment on Thursday ovenlng,
thoy celebrating tbolr recent marrtago by a
houso-warmlng, which was very enjoyable to
tbolr many friends, who spent tho ovenlng la
a most ogrocablo mannor dancing, singing,
music and n bandsomo supper being tbo
features. Among thoso present woro Mlssos
Allda Bteel, Allco Bpeako, Cella Doughty,
Prankto Androws, Lou Hopkins, Katlo Rich,
mond, Emma and Blla Warder, Dlancho nnd
Mattlo Rone, Dortlo Crawford, Mrs, Rono, Mrs.
Bupploe, Mrs. Langston, Mrs. Shokoll, Mr. and
Mrs. Bmlth, Messrs, Richmond, aulnnlp, Hop
kins, Dogau, Worley, Roper, Qrayson and r.
Eutcrlnliinivut nt Nt. KUznueth'K.
Tho Inaugural entertainment nt Bt. Eliza
beth's Asylum for this season was glvon last
night by tho Zither Club and Wobers Orches
tra. Tbo programme was carotully seloctod
and excellently rendered, and tho lnmatosot
tho asylum, who composod tho audlonce,
Bbowcd by tholr npplauso as much discrimi
nating Judgment as is frequently displayed by
thoso who aroconsldotcd sane Tho porform
era woro handsomely entortatnod by Dr. (lod
ding nttor tho concert woe ovor. Thoso ontor
tatments will bo continued during tho winter,
tho attractions being varied, and It may bo
predicted that somo cxcollent portormancoa
will bo glvon at Bt, Lllzaboth's Opor.vllouse
ot Christmas goods, embracing a beautiful
Unootilno eteel engravings, oil prints, arto
typo engravings and all other stylos ot pic
tures: the largest stock ot Christmas cards,
workboxes, drosslng-cases, Jewol-boxes and
picture-frames in plush, Bilk and velvot: an
immonso variety ot mouldings, from which
frames aro mado to ordor; pliquo fratnos,
Japanese panels, brackets nnd many othor
noiehles BUltnblo for holiday prosents, at
Yccrhoft's, 1)10 BovoBth stroot.
An Economic Step.
Tho Commissioners yesterday Issued the fol
lowing: "Ordorod, that tho ofllcoot tbo Comp
troller In and for tho District be, and Is here
by, auuuBjieu, iinui mo uuues or ma omco no,
and hereby arc, dovolved upon tho Auditor of
nun uiBiricfc ns una omcer, to do caueu tuo
Auditor ot tho District ot Columbia, and who
Bhall glvo bond as la tho penalty now roqulred
This is not an actual change in tho office, as
Auditor and Comptroller havo long been ono
and the same, but is another common soaso
movement to simplify tho organization ot tho
District offices and got rid ot unnecessary rod
Why Ifo ld Not Itcrer to If.
Bomo pcoplo ha o oxpressod surprise at tho
factthatthe President did not In bis annual
message to Congress Bay something on tho bud
loct of temperance Whon It Is known that ho
buys bis wines and liquors at James Tharp's,
818 1' stroot northwest, it U not at all eurprls-
Public I'rlntor Hounds.
The TyvooraMe AdecrtlHr, of Philadelphia,
recently Issued, has an admirable picture of
Public Printer Rounds and a sketch ot his
JFor the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Uroup, Asthma, liron
chitisWhooping Cough, Incipient
Consumption and for the relief of
consumptive persons in advanced
stages of the Disease. For Sale
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to all who buy Fivo Dollars' worth of
ODTS, rillTEKb) SLIPPER
From November 25lh
402 Seventh Street,
SIGN: THE OLD WOMAN IN THE WINDOW.
THE PQICES AT
THE IISHT STORE
COB. TENTH AND P STS.,
Havo been tho LOWEST In the city. Tho proof
of this is that our sales nro constantly Increasing
and uero never as large as now. Still wo have
made some very large purchases for cosh In a dull
market, lately, at such prices as w 111 enable us to
even ecllpso all previous efforts,
Partial List of Prlcos:
13.00 for suit for boys from 4 to 11 years,
wortl 1 5.05
8.00 for boys' 12 to If Melton Overcoats.
10.00 for Men's Meltou Overcoats, worth - 1VH
s.ou tor a (lood lliislnesa Suit, worth 1J.00
7.C0 for n Chinchilla Ovcrcont, worth 12.00
12.ro for aMelton Overcoat, silk facing, worth 20.00
1T2.U) for n Bntln-llnrd l'ur Clilnchlllu Over
coat, reduced from (27. worth 40,00
20.C0 Tor n l'lne Chinchilla Prince Albert
0 ercoat, w onld bo cheap at 41 00
15.00 for a Ulack nll-w ool Diagonal Overcoat,
m ortb 5.0
10.C0 for n lino icngllsli Melton, silk-faced
Overeoat, uortl 25.00
a CO for a Good Pair Pants, wortl 5.00
J.(0for n Pull DrcssBult (Swallow-tail Coat)
injoor a Fine Chinchilla Overcoat, worth .. IRIX)
'20.00 far a lleautlitil Hlack Corkscrow suit,
is 00 for a Illnck Brondcloth suit, worth 4i.oo
O.oo lor a Llglit-w tight Overcoat, worth......... 15.00
10 (a for Uood Hustons snlt.worih 15 oo
n oo for a Hoy's 12 to 17 suit, w ortb io.a
7.i for a (lood Ulster, worih '. 10 oo
0.00 lor a Kpltndld Ulster, worth.... - 15.00
20.00 lor n bplvudld Reaver Overcoat, In blue,
black or brown, cheap at jr. 40.00
ISfrtforaBplendld Mult, worth ....??. 20.00
15 00 lor en All-wool Black Diagonal suit,
o oo for Boys' Overcoats, 12 to 17. worth to oo
15.(0 Icr an All-wool Chinchilla Ulster,north 25 00
S.oo Tor a lino Pair Pauls, worth - u.oo
OUR MOTTO: No Trouble to Show
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded to
dissatisfied purchasers at
THE IISEIT STORE,
COR. TENTH AND F STS.
Compound Fluid Extract of Fipsissewa
Is a Positive Curo for all Kidney and Bladder Dis
eases. It will also prevent Brlght's Disease.
Bold by all druggists. (1 per bottle.
I have been greatly relieved from pain In the
back by the use of Oompuud Plnld Kxiract of Plp
slssewa. Itev.JOHN C HAYClHK.2J0Ast. n.e.
ANTIQUE & HISTORIC
FURNITURE, CLOCKS, CUT-OTiABSWAHK,
OLD CHINA, DRABS ANDIRONH and l'JSND-
11118 1IOUUHT AND BOLD, at
no!5 410 NINTH: HTrtHET NOHTIIWRST
A large stock of Ladles' and Gent's TrunksTrav
eling and Shopping Dags.Pockelbooksard-cascs,
Cigar Coses, Shaving and Toilet Coses, Collar,
Cuff, Handkerchief nnd Clove Boxes. Harness,
Baddies, Plush, Wool and Skin Robes and Itorso
Blankets. Itcpalrlng by Bkltled wo'rlcmen, at
4U5 BEVENTH STREET NOUTHWEiT,
Next to Odd-rellows' Hall.
Branch Store, D01 F street, opposite Masonlo
A Common-Sense ReMy.
r4U4v I tAv A
No more Rheumatism, Gout
Immediate Eoliof Warranted.
Permanont Ouro Guaranteed.
Five years established and never known
to fall in a single case, acute or chronic.
Refer to all prominent physicians and drug
gists for the standing of Salicylica.
THR ONLY DIBSOLVER OP TIIR POISON
OUH HRIO ACID WHICH KXISIH IN THIS
J1LOOI) UV IlllKUltATIU AND UOUl'Y PA
TIKNTS. 8ALI0YLI0A Is known as a common-sense
remedy, because It strikes directly at the cause of
Rheumatism, (lout and Nouralala, while so many
so-called sp.clflca and supposed panaceas only
treat locally the cflects.
It has been conceded by eminent scientists that
outward applications, such as rubbing with oils,
ointments, liniments, and soothing lotions wilt
not cradlcato these diseases: w hlch are the result
of the nolsonlng of the blood with Urlo Acid.
HALIOYLIOA works with marvelous etlecton
this acid and ao removes tho disorder. It Is now
exclusively used by all celebrated physicians ot
America and Europe. IllghcstMedlcal Academy
or Paris reports C5 per cent, cures In three days,
that HALlOYtdOA Is certain care for 1UIF.U
MAT1BM, UOUT and NISIIltALUIA. Tho most
intense pains aro subdaed almost Instantly.
CJI e It a trial. Relief guaranteed or money re
funded. Thousands of testimonials sent on application,
$1 a Box, Six Boies for S5.
Bent free by mall on receipt ol money.
ABIC YOUll DRUaaiST POll IT,
Rut do not be deluded Into taking Imitations or
fiubslltuu s, orsomethlng recommended as "Just as
food!" Inslstnu the gcuulno with tlienameot
VAblUIUUM: . CO., on each box, which Is guar
anteed chemically puro under our signature, an
Indlspenslble requisite lo Insure success in the
treatment. Take no other, or tend to us.
Washburno Si Co., rroprlotoro.
87 Ilroilir, cor. Kcade Ht., nKW VOUK.
TOR BALB BY
Btott & Oromwcll, 4Q0 Fenna, Aye.
1 ?: hivs
to December 25th.
TOCb ll?66"fe 410
sV -, , " . 4 it
rTT.rvrfijrTvr-' ifm fitrb
sw-t-'-'A niiNvj zijuj1j
EaU and Winter Styles.
Pants to Order, $5.
Suits to Order, $20.
615 Penna. Avonue,
UNDER METROPOLITAN nOTEL. sep23
DEVLIN & CO.,
New York Clothiers,
1320 F STREET.
Ifll7 PENNA. AVENUE N. W.
B. ROBINSON & CO.,
The Boys' Olothlers,
BOB PKHHSYLVAMIA AVBNUB ttnM-g
J. A. GRIESBAUER,
480 NINTH BTBEET NOttTUWEST,
5 and np for Pants. 1 15 and up for Overcoats
P.M and up lor Making and Trimming Pants.
LIKES, BERWANGER & CO.,
Blrlctly Ono-Vrlce Clothiers.
Fall and Winter Stock Jiowltendj. 310 7th Bt.
8. KATZKN8TKIN, Manager.
OITIKKKS1 AND UrT-milY
035 Fifteenth street
Opp. U. B. Treasury, Washington, D. O
3VC. i". BisB3va:A.3sr,
121 Seventh street Northwest, Odd-Fellows' lull,
POPULAR CLOTHIER AND TAILOR.
Eifieman Brothers, Tailors and Clothiers
CORNER BEVENTII AND E STREETS.
NO BltANCn BTORB IN THIS CITY.
PALL 0VEE00ATS A SPECIALTY
A. BAKS 4 CO.'S, 310 and 318 Baventh St.
H. X. BARB,
1111 PENNA. AVE, loM
1433 If BTREET N.W. .
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
A. BTOATJS', 039 P;Ava.
E. F. HARVEY, UNDERTAKER,
031 (SEVENTH BT. NOItTIIWKST.
ITormerly U3 If Btreet Nortliwost.
The public ! respectfully notified ( that I wa no
lenxer at AM V strfcot, but Kl Beyenth it north
weaU MaLe no mistake. B. -ff HAUVaVi
037 Ponna. Avenue,
NEATt TENTH BT. Washington, D, O.
THE OLD & WELL-KNOWN MUSIO STORE.
PIANOS & OROMS FOR RENT
ftnd rent nil owed from price of Instrument If par
clitwtd, or for mrIa ou cany monthly payments, or
out crms to suit tbo customer
Goncrnl Agency of tho Colebrntotl
RemoniuCr the Name ai Nnmlicr,
JOHB" E. ELLIS & 00,,
937 Penna. Ave.,
NEAR TENTH STREET.
OHADNOBY J. REED,
No. 433 SEVENTH HTREET NORTHWEST,
Bole Agents fur tho Matchless
Iltinckanip Pianos & Shoningcr CyratcIIaOrgans
and dealer In all kinds ol Musics! Instruments.
vnjxrj.ict,ixi u-. IJ Lf(
J. DP. LTJOA8,
515 OTII St., nnder church, next to Crltlo office.
HALLKT. DAVIS A CO.'S PIANOS r3aj
Upright Pianos a specialty, tfT n H 1
Boldoulnsialimoms. n rn
oc7 H. I.. HUMNKit.MI9thst. n.w.
STA.S. R: KARROVBR.
1100 rOURTEENTII STREET N.W.
LATR0RE8, HANOE9, FURNAOH3 AND
. HOUSErURNIBHINa U00D8.
Tinning. Plumbing, Oasflttlng. etc. jy3i
W. H. HARROVER,
013 BEVENTH BTREET NORTHWEST.
STOVES, RANQES find HEATERS;
STOVE AND PDHNAOK IIEPaIRS.
HAYWAED & HUTOHINSON.
jianges ana aianiies
P streeta. Dunont Circle.
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
COOKING STOVES and RANQES
to be found In the city, at low prices.
w. s. JTBisncs as oo..
No. 717 REVrNTH BTRKET N. tV.
J. M WHEATLEY,
tv uuicoai. nuu jvvu.it scaler lu
Bost Qualltlos Anthracite and Bit
uminous Coal, Pino, Oak and
Builders' and Contractors'Suppllos
8olo Agent for the Nowborg, N. Y.,
Plaster, and tho Cumberland,
Md., Hydraulic Cement.
Fair Prices and Batlsfactlon Guaranteed.
OFFICE AND YARD,
Cor. Iud. Ave., Second and O sts. N. Wl
F JL I IsTTXlST a--.
Wall Painting and Oaloimining,
MARBLINQ AND QRAININQ.
r.ETENClLINO FRONTS A SPECIALTY
Oood workmanship, puro material and mod
415 10TH BT. N, W., NEXT GAS OFriOK.
Ma8 TlionsanOs of Homes Pleasant
Hundreds Started on Fortune's Road Selling
ITlfl goods, for LIOHTINQ and COOKING. No
chimney wiclc, kindling, wibeo, nor waste. Light
edln one-half minute; pat out In ono second
No remnanu, decay nor shrinkojie.
WANTEI-600menwUo will Invent f200ta10,-
000 In Roods and push rales In dUlorent Qtatoa;
nrofit i'rom 3d to 3iu ncr cent.
r t.i zrr-"z tT".".. l-
.uvui ou lUiwuiJecituii
1'iuin BiBiumeniH ubckou py
Bales and good will
of purcbuera to all who call, with courteous at-
Oil D 6T.t near 10TII (PoRt Building), WashlDR.
InEton.U, U, apU
I think It my duty to wrlto InrcRardlo mv
case. I wasft lcllm to tho terrible dhease nev
ernl years, nnd havo been cntlroly cured by
HuUVsHpecltlc. H. U. S. will curo nud It ts the
only thing that w 111. I have tried alt tho proaiU
nent physicians In Buffalo, Itoch eater andClere
land, but tbey only mado me worse, and hrokn
down my general health with Mercury andi'ot
nab. I heard of your rem ml v, but It was not sold
here; I muipjvbf"b--b 17 ot It.
to BalamancoL M. 1 . When I
(atllfltanceof B W TB bejan Hi
loo miles) to sVsB---tBB-a--tEB----Hal use I was
Innbad cocdltlon. My mouth was full of ulcers
head full of sores hair and eyebrows Rono, but
now I am as sound nsanew dollar. Kvery suf
ferer should know about tJ. B. H,
J. W. Wkylks,
Mcadvllle, l'a., Auff.Sd, ittsc.
Come to see us. We will CUIIE YOU. or charse
notblnRl Write for a copy of the llttlo book, free.
Ask any Druggist ai to our standing.
Air$i.ooo nawAito win be
M natd to anv
Chrmtatttha wUtJtnit.on analvtlt o 100 bottUt of
D. S, 0., one txtrttcle of Mercury, Iodide a Jtofai
HWirTSPECIFIC CO, Proprietor,
Trice of Smalt Size, $1; Largo Size, $1.75.
NOM HY AMi nillTOGIST.S.
if -nan j- j m
HEAITH IS WEALTH.
Dr. BELL'S NBEVB AND
Brain Troatmont. a spccnioforiiys".
tcrla, Dizziness, Convulsleus, Norvou Headache,
Mental Depression, In cither sex, also, loss of
memory, Spermatorrhoea, Impoteucy, Involun
tary Emissions, Premature Old Ago, caused by
overexertion, lfabusc, or ovcr-ladulRonce,
v, hlch leads to misery, decay and death, One box
will cure recent cases. Kaeh box coutalus one
mouth's treatment. Ono Dollar a box, or six
boxes for five dollars; sent by mall prepaid, on
receipt of price, Wotunrnnteo Blx boxes to curo
any case. "Willi each order received by us for six
boxes, accompanied with five dollars, we nlll
send the purchaser our written guarauteo tore
turn tho money If the treatment does not efloct a
3. j. o-a-uXjIIjE as oo.,
DRUGGISTS, SOLE AGENTS,
82 & 84Wator8t., BrooklM, N. Y.
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