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EVENING STAR,
IAITRDIY Juau; 14* <W1
LOCAL NEWI.
ANrkEHcrra. *e.
TVakr?Mrs. F. W. Lander a? -Lady
Maeteth.-'
WaWt Op< a TT**se?I.a Hue'* Carnival Min
?ueis.
JT?mik Hall? Freisch Fair.
Btrcalm //<*/.?Lecture by Kate Feld.
M*t:tr*u UmU.?T wo - headed girl, a g'anl
aii<i the bearded woman, and other
fcwman curiosities.
Marknter* Art Gallery, ?MTth street.
Barlow's (Jnllery of OiiPainUngs, 1.3C Penn
sylvania avenue.
Tk? WashlDU'ton Market f?ai|M?j.
or?ahizatjoj? TO-l>AT.
The adjoti i ned annual meeting or tbe stock
b?Mtrs of t i.iscoi.'i ai' was ueld to-<iay at noon
at the Metropolitan Bank building, on IVJi
street. Present, Mc -re. It. I?. Cook?, Moiia
Kellv. r. K. Tirker. F. A Hildretb. X. G. Ord
w..\ W. E.? dandle-', Li F. I>aw<. S. 8. Ntnoo:,
tt }? Li?-k. T. C. Connolly. Fitzhugh Cjyle,
M legw, B.D Whifiiey.lt. U. Campbell, B.
f frtneh. F. B. Kowan, A. OIiim and
Bfitrbwer: the tre-dent, Mr. H. l>. Cooke, in
the (V:i*.r ?}.o -?itf'. the object o? tbe meeting
tw be the election of thirteen director* for the
?i ?uing vear, ??d as this w?s a Bfttinic of the
stork tcldeis. :i chairman. secretai y and tellers
?n -t be appointed. whereupon Mr. ?'<>oke wa
eWc?>?J rhauxaan. Mr. WliMney secretary, and
W< -rs. Coyle anl 'linker were appointed tel
kr?.
'1 *? e elect on of director* ira? then proceeded
?:tb. ri-elt'??: as tidlow-i?Henry l?. Co?kt\
* w K. Cl-anaier, Thotnss C. Connolly, Caleb
Cashing, H. S. l>avi?, Fisbcr A. Hihtretli. M.
II. I mcit, N. (J. Ordway. 8. S. Nmoot, K. R.
*1 inker. Henry Van Aerniui. A. IS. Shepherd,
and.lcbn Kva>h, there fceit>?7.*M7 votes cast by
jf >cn a* d provv.
<>n motion of Mr. Chandler, the resolution of
Cergre-s, rc^uir.rg tbe comr>ary to ei.ctihe
* >>?1 tfoty of the u w market buildmj. and pro
* de accommodations lor tbe dealer* driven oat
k_. the l*'e tire, was lortua.ly a.-.?<ntcd to.
klr. Cbandier oftertd the following resolu
tion, which w as agreed to:
h'tdrfl. That the beard of directors be
ambon/cd, at their discretion, to issue tbe
t>jUcce ot tbe capital stock of the company,
I t i g live hundred thousand dollars, tbe stock
kiddirs to have preference in subscription in
l-rri'irtk-r to tbe stock held by them Provided,
Aswerer. That no certificate "of stock .-hall be
issued to any perron until tbe per cent, thereon
shall be paid in ca?b to tbe treasurer.
k>'. On.wav -fated tor the information of tbe
?toe' bo><!?rs that all the exj>enfcs ineident to
the erection ot the teictoiary market, ap
l?ri'.-a!? of stalls. Jtc.. wcu.d not exceed 5-5,?W.
*1 &e bill- were all ;n now, and were being au
dit* I and p .. ; as |>o.--ible. He liad
heard frequent txpresrit'ii> irrnn members of
C4>n|[Tr!-? i? mmertijat 'TT ot tbe energy of tbe
obi any In repairing their late k>-?e* and far
?i?aii>2 acrommcdationf ro MUickly to the deal
era in the market.
The meeting then adjourned, and immedi
ately
Tnn r-(>AKD OF bIKICTOEO
organi7rd, Jlr. s.S. Sn*Ait as chairman, atid
Hit toliow.ng eil.cers were re-e'.ectetl:?Fresi
timt, lltLty I>. Cocke; clerk. B. L>. Whitney,
ticasnrer, >le>es Kelly; building committee,
Me^rs. A. U. Shepherd, >. O. Ord-.<ay. S. S.
hm< o; r. S. Pav-, Fi-Ler A. tlildretb.'and E.
H. Tii ker.
Mr Davis anr.t ar.eetl that be had received a
bill from the City Hall tor the vot ing of Fcnn
?vl?aoio avttj .t, in.ountir.g to ?ltfJZl, but that
tb'? f mbraccd tbi ?hole f ront between ith and
?;u greets, v biie they only bad really t>- p*y
f? the tpace from 7th "to 'U street*, ?blcb,by
a ?lc:-e ?a]cula?ion. *c: Id miclre a ta\ o!
*'.4tt?. ai d St w?j>rtftirei totLv bulidiiig com
tu (tre with power to adjust.
A .ote ot thanks ww tendered to the building
cosu: tee and t ki ct, Mr. CI
l?ti motion of Mr Ch <i. \ t.r. Mr. <.iway ?a
autl t rirec, umler tl.e direction of the bn idmg
icnmitiie. to :s?e?9 upon the occupants of
stanOs in tbe tero]>oiary market building a -um
sufhcient to cover'Le "r? r.t due the city, inter
est. inr>irance. and rnnning expense*.'
Mr. ?'r? way btre exhibited a certified copy <>t"
lb?* cor] "ra?n?n l:at of stalls arid the annual re
ce.it- ttHtftUB, ?-Kor..i?g the amount not to
?scetd o, w! e it was claimed andtmi
?e?sa H bcl.eved that tbe rcceipt? were double
ifcat amount, this cv-n pany ate re^uiteo by
Congress to corttibnte annua'ly to the
?ui |ort of the pjor of tbe city, and to do that
and meet cnrctnt txj tiisisbe.-i'le-. it wa> neces
sary trcru the statement above canibited to make
in a?Mi:ict al a-M -msmi'.
Tbe-object <ite.ectir.g <? market ma-tcr and
???hfr officers then comiog op, several of the
?lenabera ?:>:d they bad been buried to death on
tbe -u* ret bypaxtie.- who were in for tat pU.ce*,
and >ir ' ?nlw ivstatrd t''Ot ??> lar as he knew
tin re were i.o places to illl yet. and they iu
f< in d evti ? ne who applied 'liat none but
Ulortrs were b? rg employed at *1.*" per day.
?'n mot nn ot Colonel Sam .s. Sm.?ot ti.e eon
ikitration cf the sol e. t was po'tpoued for
future ac* cn l-y ai'uil board, and the meeting
adjourned.
W.\r. i; I'.A' is aud Sail' ? R'a '
WAi.'r?n ->i n a-a ,:t Har ? I'aratvl nmmintt
Cot '?a I'to n -lohii H. >fernll
wa> before the Poilee Court y*?ter lay charged
Aitb a--ault and battery on Frarces KandalT. a ]
"tored ?.rvaiit in the employment of Sir, |
? good, ei mi lai-u g witne-s -taled tbat .Mer- I
iili beat y er ^vtr the bea?i w;th an umbrella on
tre street, acd in turn she basted him Well v ith
a ccvrfi.de. chartug bim td Lis they, where
n* ?(<aiu in rut!? h" Lfer with his rmbrella. Ho
bad threatened to whip her, and she had been
carrying a cowhide lor him. She showed the
n.arksof Li- uuibn!'?on her tace to this dav.
kliv V. t eeler trstihed to looking out of her
window and seeing Merrill pMng his cotton
?i?brella, ar.d to F^nny hitting back, aad
btrmil backirg out from her cowhide.
?'iber witnesses testified to eeelng Mer
rill make tbe attack on tbe girl hrst.
Mr Mernll was permitted to give hi? ver-ionof
the hi'air. lie -a-J tl.at be to< ? his wife's para
sol when going out, a* he thought it was going
to ram lie saw the yirl take a position to ireet
h to. ard as he c??e alorg?be ?aid '? Mr. Mer
rill y? u old ?ray.be?''?'vlfi#cai,riJ give you all
vou want!'' and with tbat he *ie?!e % luree at
her ?rh bis parasol. sh? tw - .
her ? wbido, ar.d he made a
m?r? <?r.n i'oil-rd blow-nc-t ?, ^ * m-re
* v vw JWf? JUJWerer. aatll
ft wound on bis tace. lie I
tkcjght tbe?owtie'e was pov-oned. as Ka had
never Lad -uch a sore head before. Tbe girl
atter? ards boa?te>i that she bad the b^st of it.
I?r. Cron?e testified that the gir! had been badly
hurt, a- be had been summoned to ?ee her and
toniid a pretty severe contusion over h?r e\e,
eauMi. _ delir.um. Mr. Merrill w u fined s '? and
ccsts.
--
M > rrrNn ( r sir it>th Wari> Kbi*cbt.t< as??
-*<r? ion ar-.-i r: * h\r ? .\iV' rI JUtmk l is
, '' ?A t> thr-Seventh Ward rei ub
l t t mi its t eld la.-t evfr.tr.g IsltnJ ilall, Mr.
F-A Boswell in the ctiair.
Ccnnct'c an Antkscv ^%rn ?Jl?e hi? exp^tU
?r.ces i present Boardol Common Council,
*"'.rg he bsd Wen treated with courtesy; and,
except tt w aad tbe u a little theg at the late ad
Biiij.'tnvon, which he ?i'ii not mind, tlicit
t<? n nothing calculated to make discord. Ho
refered to a number of bills which bad been
I as-ed. or wb-th tbe w ard Jclegat<on was a
"ni> some of which bad not yet been exccuUd.
A-tor some of tbose bii'.- u-'t having ? een e*t
ci t I. it was tor w ant of f t. - ?n?l hs instance'!
tie.. -c eta i rry goirgto tbe bank with acb-.ek
i,.r ? -<?. ai.d ge*tt??)! tPe response ">&lands.''
'Ih> i i.vr >!r. Boswei;Jrepifedthi' that check
w. ileL-oKored at tte Collector's oil ce, and
fut.ber -*a'sd H at the financial embarrass
nit i,*? _rew cut oi a difference between the ac
k< j t by the > orporation and tbo>e of the
Fir-t National Bank. If the statements m cir
cuUm-r are irne. the bank has ?>s<:med the re
m*?i iM'.ity of paying check- drawn by Biwen
in c? h in>fead of ? ert.firates, and he thought
thrv sould vet t.nO that they ha.1 uia<le a ir'.s
takr He had de|>oaited about *)<?>,iiOO in Cer
tlh at?-s, rot po-ted up to his credit, a- the bark
oi l\ gave ca>b credits, and h* expl-^'ned that,
i?. c? i -equence of no credit being gt?en,
of the wards have ao funds. An investigation
war jt< ing mi, ar.d doubtless the tra* ?tate ot
afia.r? would s?>on be madf public. A Ijwarned.
? ??
7m NiTifSit l'sto!i L\p .k Com.Rxss ?
Yesterday a?teri? on. at the Labor CongTtssa.tbe
addrt.-s to Senator Sumner, which w.n being
read a?our report e'escd. wrs adopted.
Vr Myers.of Ind., offered a resolution that
whmthev a<l .?arn n. l>e to n-eet ia Columbia,
S C . which was, a.ter some debate, agreed to.
Mr. F lH>uglr-s read a letter from Hon. D. J.
Morrell. of Pennsylvania, .'ongratnlating the
coovention on the course taKen by it on the
vexed |oestlaa of capital and labor. Hefavcrtd
their rf ??ess to ba?e ti.e capital ot the North In
troduced intu the South, in ord?.r that manufac
tures may be introduced rhere.
The Convention ttien^i'tjuurned rise d?e.
Frsias Mam Mnrilfl -At a meeting of
Fen cn sympathizers la-' evening, .K?hn
<?>le ira. -lotn iHdanv. 1 tennis Mc^weeny,
.loho 1> u'l^-.ry. dobn Hi<*ke> . J as. MvKenra.
.)? F'ynn. Patrick Curt>n, Michael Fleming.
I?an-.el |S"f?ovat:, and .lohn Crogan were ip
poln'td '?? m*ke arrnugriw. uts for a ma'i m t
n g at Will's Hall, 7th street, this evenlr.g. for
tbe P'.rj oseot (electing atk legate to New Vork.
tn i artictpate in the reception to the released
FtLian pr soaer-.
Tan VtaniiriA FL?>>r> Kiusv Fmn W.
W. CI ??ett. the secretary ot the committee to
wbom was>ntrnsted the collecting ot I ntirb for
t ? 'i.fieri r-bv *he Co >d in Virginia, has paid
over to the pamr? tn \irpini? dnlgnatsilto
T-ceive it, the sum oi ?75' collected in this city.
Saixo of Ksal Est at*?Latimer A Cleary.
am f;i/neei.-. have sold a two-story bii> k house,
?n ?? J? r?ev avenue, between ft and F
st #et-. tv ii. ?. J'axkvi lor ~."w casii.
The tm Bm. WL c. Mfewtk.
Ntmmrkt ef Qtn Gors'eW and M'tponu ?f Gen.
XcK'nrt.
The ?>hio Republican Association, together
with other Obioaas temporarily residing in this
city, met at Marini's Hall, on E street, last
evening, where, at ? o'clock, a procession of
those present, numbering two or three hundred,
was tormed, with the roll marine band. on<ler
Prof. Scala, at the nea<J, and marched to the
residence of Gen. Kobert 0. Schenck,corner of
Uth street and >lv^?cbu??t^ avenne; a large
number of friends of the newly appelated Min
ister to Great Britain joining the line on tUe
way np. Upon their arrival at the resilience
several pieces were performed by the band, and
General Schenck being called for, made his ap
pearance, and was ?doreswd by Hon .lames A.
(tarfield, who said to him that tbe citizens ot
< -bio and his other frier ds there present had
called to congratulate him upon hts appoint
ment as Minister to Kngland. and to testify their
confidence in him. Gen. (iartield then referred
to the long public career ot' Gen. Schenck lu the
counells ot the nation and on the battlefield,
and. In conclusion, tendered him the g>od
wishes and warmest affection of all of theui in
his new held of labor.
Gen. Schenck responded, as follows:
"Cent ral Gartield and Friends: It would be
affectation in me to say 1 am not gratified as
well as surprised at the general favor now
shown and the attention already received. You
raiift permit me to say, that I receive with
special gratification this manifestation from tbe
citizens of my State and the State in which I
lire. Ii' anything coald be added to iuv grati
tude. it would be tonnd in the kind words yon
hare addres.-ed to me. General Gartield has
kindly alluded to the time I have been in public
lite. Daring that time, and it has not been a
short time, 1 have alwav* endeavored, tirst to
try and ascertain what it was mv duty to do,
and then to endeavor, to the best oY my ability,
to perform that duty. In going to my new hold
of labor I shall go as the representativaof the
whole country. 1 sh ill know no North, no
South, no Evt, no Wrst. But while thus rep
resenting the whole nation, I shall always hold
<>hio in lord rcr rabrauce. Thers is uoUiing
for me now to do but to thank you. from the
very bottom of my heart, and to say thai tho
encouragement which you have given me will
strengthen roe ill the discharge ot the duties
before me. I now bid you good night, but not,
I hope, until 1 have taken a a many of you a
will come in by the hand, and (leihaps we will
take a little Ohio wiue togethrr.''
The company then entered the house, and J.
B. Will, ?.s<i., President of the Ohio Aasocta
tion, introduced each to Gen. Schenck. A
bountiful collation waa served in an adjoining
loom, and general good feeling prevailed. A
quartette club, composed of Messrs. Goodrich,
Kothwfll. Johnson, and Ball, sang ' l!ock of
Liberty" and "Ghyioua Union," and Mr. .lolin
1'arse.ns, the popular tenor, sang 'Mary of Ar
gyle."
Anions; the Ohioans present were Secretary
l>elario. Chief Justice Cartter, (of the District
Supreme Court,) Hon. Sam. Hooper, ot Mass.,
^chairman of the Ways and Means Committee
ot tbe Houre/ and other prominent persons.
Th* FARHAorT BOCRTY CLAIMS CA?*
A hearing of the Farragut bounty claims case
ww 1 eardin the Supreme Court of the District
of Columpla ir. General Term to-day, on a pre
liminary motion to dismiss the appeal, for want
of jurisdiction.
Gen. Butler Krrt raL-ed the objection to the
appearance of air. B. M. Corwine for the Sec
retaiy or the Trea-ury, who had tiledthe motion
to dismiss the a; peal in the court below; on the
ground thst be had no authority to otter and
make such motion under the recent act of Con
gress forbidding heads of departments employ
ing *|?cia< counsel, and allow ng the Attorney
General {p do foonlv in certain cases.
Mr. Corwine produced authority from Attor
ney General Akerman, and the objection was
waived.
Mr. Corwine then proceeded to argue the
motion to dP-mise the appeal for want of juris
diction. contending that the District Court was
a sej ^rate, independent court, and an appeal
wonld lie directly t<> tLe Supreme Court of the
United States from that court.
'I he Court, without hearing from the other
side, overruled the motion, holding that the act
ot" Congress of 1-fO had se ttled the Mueatioti, it
there had been room for previous doubt that
this court (Supreme Couu oi the Di-trict of
Columbia/ was a unit.
An appeal was prayed bv Mr. Corwine :o the
Supreme Conrt of the United States.
'J he case was then set to be heard on its merits
on Monday ne.\t.
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Tvt Kmii h Faip. wo. *e>l attended Ivt
night, and liberally patronized. Among those
present v ere Senator Sherman, General N. 1*.
Balks, Baron Gfrolt, tie 1'rusa'an Minister,
accompaiii-.d by his wife end daughter; the
Marquis De Chambrun, Col. S. S. Smoot and
wife, dadte Taylor, Ac. The fair is a great
sncces-. 1 he elegantly trained photograj hs ol
Wm. Smith O'Brien. Generals Thomas Francis
I Meagher and Miclia-1 Corcoran, father M.it
[ thew, and .John Brougham, which were donated
by Mr. Brci-an, ot G street, near Carroll HaU,
j l< r tbe Let.eii? ot the fair, are to be ra.iled for
at 41 a cl.ance lor the entire -it.
I ook Orr von Sskak Tmiva. Mr. a.T.
C. Dodge h*f realized the truth of the r.'ije
that Disfortucea i.evrr fime singlv. He at
tended his late wife's fureral yesteidav after
r.iOL'. and some sn-ak thlet la-triight entered his
Leu.-e, No. 1 1 Narth Carolina avenge, by the
hick tii or, and ran. aci?e.i the trnnks and ward
robes. carrying otl a large quantity of clothing,
bedd.tig, Ac. "n Thursday night last tbe resi
dence or Col Klchard McAllister, on 'j -treet
between Mth und i.'th street-,, vl< enured by
, pa:c?ge hieves, an-^our ? ercoati and one hat
wa> stoleii
* ?
TPX Treatbrs.?Mrs. Lander make* hcrl*?l
aj rearince at the National 'theater this eve- 1
nitg, on which oeeas on "Mecb? h" will te ?
pcrtormed, with a very strong cast. ?>r. Mou- I
day, Mr. and Mrs. llarrv \\ atkiaa will coru
irence a week's engagement.
I a Bne\- Minstrels close their successful en
gagement at Wall's i?rera House this evening,
and will be succeeded ty Kdwin Forrest, who
appears on Monday evening nest, in Bicbulien.
S> ati can >et be secured atT.llis mufaic store.
?
1m Ne-iv Froi.ask S'x ikiv aociables atxl
soirees oi la-t winter are i.'mt>ered with pleas
ure by all wbo participated In them, and it is
tiieretore a pleasure to Announce tliat they will
be resumed th!i> Maron. The first ore of the
-erics v.-ill be given at Marini's Hall on Tuesdav
evening neit. and three others on the evenings
of I-binary H. March 1? and April 11. Tickets
"" ol theeerics ma. now be procured.
5 "*nents have K-en made to
i the ^
parties ol' the wint#?:
Thi Wiaixi.Tox aiid C.KonnrrowH tiiii-*
Road Co* ear v ?The boardol directors of this
compmy re-e ccted on Wednesday, have re
flected Mr. S. s. Biker president, and e-lectcd
Mr. dames Hurt, of this city, seoretarv and
tresuarer. Mr. Hurt has been filling the posi
tion since Mr. NichoU' death, nud j>o-?<j"ses
many ualit'cat.ons for the position. '1 her? wa*
?iUite a contest for this position.
?
The GrakdEr usb O.^kba COUBlFATloy.
comj ru. rg the etrcng'h of the Kicking* an?f ]
I'arepr-BvsR Companies, and iwimti ne-r talent,
Appear attbo .'.itto11A?ll>e?tvi cn Monday.
January 23d. Thia is good ii<*wa for 'ovtvs ot
rmic. y.veral oj erai; never sungun English
fere will be given during their stay with us. as
well as the old lavoi ite?. See advcitiae tneny.
Tm vriir l.*STC^rE _The twb-headed
gi.l.and o'her ?rOTi-ler1ul bitmap curi'>sitic.-.
? ?5ii > ihibttkia at Met/erott Hal. to
? ?'gM, and all who have not seen them during
1 their (tar here should rot tail to do so this a*??
nir.g. as they tooi. d-jpait for Darope, and It
| may b?* a long time bkiore such another combi
nation ctmes aloig, if ever.
?
The Corvrstior or As-i^tart Mar*rai*
vesterdav apj-oiuted H. W Harbai h, W. Si.iver
.trd T. J. Beigact to urge the claims oi the
assistant marshals for addit.onal eomf?Esation;
also, a commatet' Of finance consisting ot A. A.
Thomas for the Western States, W. Shiver for
the Southern, and W C. Bonk for the Eastern,
and then adjourned fin' de?.
A Hard Boad to Tbatrl.?The tteamer
John Gibson, trom New York, is supposed to
be on ber way n(? the river with fnli freight, as
at last advices she was about ijrtv mites duwn,
cu ting through the ice, but avoiding all risks,
should tbe present go-d weather continue,
however, she w ill probably arrive to morrow.
Thr Carrival All clubs, organizations, or
l?i*ons desiring to appear In fancy or masque
rade costumes during tbe coming carnival, are
1 requested to report tothe sub-committee having
tbat matter in charge, at their room, No
Dickson Hou?e, No. eleventh street.
? ?
Thr strday Gazrttk will make it? flrat ap- I
p?ara?ce with Messrs. N. Sardo and W H.
Harrison as publishers to-morrow, and they
promise its reader* a number of good things,
rhev are clever gentlemen. and deserve MCtieaa.
See their advertisement.
?
ItAit-ROAD CoRwvLinATiow?A bill consol
idating the Orange. Alexandria and Manasms
and Lynchburg and Danville railroads has heen
reported in the Virginia Hcuae of Delegatea,
arid will probably ao<>n become a law.
?VTfce Nashua ' Iowa! P<ul winds up-n mar
riage notice with tbe quotation-, "Sutler little
children to come unto me.'1
?/* A Philadelphia paper states tbat the Fire
On mupioners ot that city are meeting with
great oppo*it:o'i in their emb-avors to get the
new department in working order.
l'wo brothers. John and Fzra soak, in
Chicago, loved th" same girl. The girl favor
ed the latter, and tbe iorn?< r felt ?o badly
about it that he committed suicide ou Tuesday
night.
Yon are venr stupid, Thomas," said a
country tcacber to a little boy eight yeara old.
'I You are a little donkey and what do they do
to cure them of stupidity ?" ?? Tliey feed them
h?:tti r ai d kick them less,'" said the arch little
uilua
the rnrRT*
Ohpba*?' Qotit, T<vday, Indue Wjlie?
The will of the law* A. R. Spark* win ad ume-i
to probate and record. The will of tt>e l*:e
Mai '.ba Aletbea Jordan, bequeathing h> r estate
to her daughter, nominating her uu?b*n<i a
executor, wa> fi'ed. Michael and ?) ??. A. Crane
? .ualilied ?? administrator* of Matthew Crane;
bond * 1.30". Stveral accounts were approved
and passed.
Folic* CornT, .lu lyt KntXL?After oar report
closed yesterday the following cues were ais
posedof:
Frank Whitney, colored, larceny of ten pairs
ot dockings valued at ft. which he had sold for
30 cents To a huckster; fined *5 an 1 cost*.
Amanda Winder, charged with 1' * .y of vari
uii- article* of clothing, valued a: 913.75, the
property of Joseph Smith; lined *J0 and costs,
or mx months in jail.
THI PfcVENTH WART) riot.
Thomas Coakley, JuhnCarberry, John Coak
ley, Wm. McGutre, Pat. Canty,'Michael Sex
ton. Edwin Flarity, Michael Ra<an. and James
Welch, were all arraigned together, charged
with committing an assault and battery with
intent to kill Henry and Rufus Bowers. This
c.?-e ha* already been noticed in Thk Star. It
occurred on the corner of 3d and F streets
southwest, and Henry Bowers was pretty se
verely cut on the bead. Rufus Bowers testified
to the particulars of the assault?that he was
knocked down by Coaktey, and all had a lick at
him when he was down: 'he assault was made
on bis brother Hcnrj hrar; Coakley had a weight
in his hand and hit him with it, which felled
him to the lloor. Postponed till to-day at 10
o'clock.
[In our re port of Thursday last the name of
?Tames Vermillion wa? published as having l?een
charged with assault and battery. Mr. Vermil
lion was only a witness In the case.]
j TO-DAT.
Frank M. Butler, profanity: fined ?3. Betsy
Blagden, profaniry; tined #3. Jarae* King,
j disorderly cond act: tine J <5. Win. Lewis, pro
i fanit?; tined *3. Mary Taylor, sama ofl'enes:
tined #3. John Little, disorderly conduct; fined
*3. Susan Moore, profanity; fined S3. Dennis
Rollins, Bet?y Ca.ter, Rose Kienan and l>avid
Rollins, unclean privy; tined e ?ch. Charles
Alexander, dsoraeriy conduct; liLcd ^5. Jas.
Kelletier, keep'ng hacks standing on the street,
contrary to law; lined ???*. Wm Ogle, disorderly
comiuct in Georgetown; lined 95. George Hon
est.-*, colored, disorderly conduct in George
town; t'.ncd (5. Al.-o, charged with an a^ault
on I.ouisa Honesty, his wife, lined 910 and cost,
or t-0 days In jail.
kovinias nr.kmc rr a colorbd tartt.
Last right, Lieut. Johnson and Serge.int Sel
bold, with t Ulcers Mullins, Iletluer, Conway,
Amirs, Steele and (irant, made a raid on a col
ored party, when they were engaged in loud and
boisterous language and otherwise disorderly.
They at rested the whole party and took them
to ine sccond precinct station-house, where
they were accommodated with lodgings, and
this burning brought to the Police Court,
rhelr names are Rebecca C. umpus, Mary E.
Fountain. Mai y E. Sessford, Fannie Jackson,
Fannie Nichols, Georgiana Chase, Rachel
Caini4>ell, Sarah Holmes, Harriet Lomax. Mar
tina Maloney, Henry Bovle, Charles Cromwell,
B F. Fountain, John Brent, Charles Harris,
John H. Stephenson, Feter Gallery, Henry Al
len, Thos. Wells, Walter Buckley, Tho*. Lay,
John Smith, Glenn Wa le and Samuel Waters.
It appears troin the testimony that the party
were progressing in a very orderly manner,
wben three rowdies came in and commenced
kicking up a mnss by swearing and fighting.
John Smith and Glenn Wade were fined *?10
each, and the others were dismissed.
GEORGETOWN.
Cit y ComciLS.?There wa3 no quorum in
tl.e Hoard of Aldermen. In the Board of Com
mon Council Mr. Grimes presented the peti
tion of the members of the tire detriment to
the effect that their salaries be increased to the
same latespuid the Washington tiremen; re
ferred. The annual report oi the Cierk oi the
Corporation was received and referred. Mr.
Casilea- asked that the committee on grievance*
be discharged from consideration of i>etitlon of
Charles L. Gates; agreed to. Mr. Rerry offered
a resolution mnkinj an appropiiation covering
the contingent expenses of the market; passe >1.
Mr. Ca-ilear presented a bill directing the pay
ment ot theexp? uses of the tire depar tment tor
the la.-t utiBrter (%li.?.H), x.assed. The resolu
tion laid over at tho last meeting providing that
hereaftei all elections of officers by the Councils
shall Le <?im voce iustcod of i>y ballot, was taken
up, and Mr. Dunlop said that if this rr a- a mat
tei at h< ro iie might probably lavor it. But a?
he regarded it a* trammelling those vho would
ceme at ter the present boards as w. 11 as a hit at
the action ot the last joint conveiition he could
not but oppose it. Tliej had had sixty years ox
peritrce with the ballot and he saw no rea?jn
for a change. Although the charterof ls03only
specifically stated that the Iteco.der should be
e'ected by ballot stilt custom Lad now virtually
dec'.arf d that the other oiheers -huuld be elect
ed in the rarnc manner, and us he could see no
advantage in altcriig the mode of election, he
deff.ax.ded the veas and nays, -v' cr.. ipon the
resolution was rejected by the tollowing vote ?
Ayes?Beall and Curtis?-. noes?Berry, Ca?i
1. ar, I'unlop, Fuller, (iriaies, Maroury and
Pickrell?7. A<ljourned.
La Rra's Misstp.ki.s ami Operatic and Bur
Ics iue Troop, a capital compwv, vhich has
been drawing line Loum - at Wall's Opera House
tins week will appear at Forrest Hall tu Mon
day evening next, and deserves to have a goo 1
audierce, as they are tine musicians aud there
Is nothing objectionable in their enteitain
ments.
Drovera' Best?The following were the
sales yesterday at this mart:?40C head of cittle
at?^'50at~ ier 1(X? pounds gross; sheep,
%5a%6 per 100 jounds; cows and calves,
cncb. I>re#ied Logs commenced ?5S-50 to 90 y>
"fer L M died.
ALEXANDRIA.
Cocomkr'a lKt<r*rT?An infiuest was held
Thursday morning Wy coroner Samuel Reach
ui<cn the body of a colored male child, nkmed
Ji'incs Washington, six mouths old, an<l the ver
dict of the jury, of which Kdward <juinn was
foit man, was that the child was smothered to
death through the neglect of its mother. No
inquest would have been held?as it wacappa?
rent that the mother had killed the child by
l}irg upon it in V?r sleep?had it not been that
it" fa'her bid *aul before leaving home the eve
ning previous to its death that he expocted to
have a funeral at Lb Louse in asuott tiiu*.
I.and sals.?Green & Wi?o, real estate
scents, sold a tew days ago, a tract of laud be
loi sing to A. Sidney Tehbs. Esq., containing
acres, and lying about 3 2 miles northekst Of
Guilfordsutloc, W. and O. railroad, in Loudon
county, to Mr. Isaac VendeTf ntcr, of said coun
j- tor ?4IT 3f?Oatelft
<??
CITY ITEMS.
CK5TPAL Otstkr Saloon?Having ptir
cliK.-cd the interest of the abote saloon, we. dre
prepared to furnish the best Oyeters o1- everv
d' ? ciiption. Fifty barrels of Bav View Cberrv
stone Oysters. Saloon or<u c\'-rr s -ndav from
2 to 1 i o'clock p. xn, 3
\UTT.fC.nn X Pt.rv>iiK, Proprietor?.
ALASKA l>lAMOWT>S,
F.i.e Plated C"roide Bracelets,
Etruscan Oroide Buttons, I
Silver Plated Ware,
Fine -?et Jewelry,
Rf 1 ve.l%? Prig^r's Dollar Store, No. 4*7 Penn
c> lvania avtuue. l>etween Iv and oth streets.
SrwuRiKS :
Lii.cn Haudksrchlen>, in convenient package*:
the 1>. Gugot Suspenders; the G. C. H. Ores*
Stilts,in great \aiiety;Linen Shirt Fronts.latesi
styles: L<ren Collais, best iualitie?; English
Half Hose, tine ?nd stout; Clotb end Thread
Gloves, good; and t'ndershir;9 and Drawers, Of
many varieties, 'o the trade or to consumers at
pleasing prices; also, Eaiab-bur^'s Buck Gloves
ai d Gauntlets.
one Price Only. Geo. C. HEjtstao.
?
Corns* *i?r> Court.?Those who are suller
ing from Cough*. Colds, Hoarseness, Sore
Throat, Ac , should try "Bro.cn'? Bronchial
Trodket," a ; iuipie 1 omtdy. which is in almost
every cast1 effectual. The Trecbes have b? en
t?ted by time, and pronounced univeraally
superior to all other articles for the same pur
pose.
A Tsrvrt Christmas Prrsrkt to a Sewing
Machine. This you can obtain on easy terms at
the Agencv, Bavx'b lloopskirt and Corset
Factory, 4o4 7th otxeel. Terms to suit the pur
! chaser.
?
Tnn WASmweTOK Citt Satiros Bask, 00r
| ner of 7th street and Louisiana avenue, is open
I from ?.30 to 7:30 o'clock every Saturday evening,
in addition te its regu.ar banking hoars. Five
| per ccnt interest on all deposits. s
Hiktlu has all kinds of thermometers
Jl'ST UKCKIVKD.
A large assortmfut of
BEST PAE18 hll) ULUVKS, AT ?1.
At 8 HtLLEB'S.
Tie Mvtrk?t 3pa'.?.
"I'BE NEWEST STYLE UK
CHATELAINE BKAIDS.
At S HELLEK'S,
'li Market Spa. ?.
I^BE LA SO EST ASSOUTMBMT
or LACE GOODS.
The Cheapest in the City.
At 8. HELLEB'S,
de K lm Tl? Market fpuce.
Hot cakkh?kvmomy anu lvauki
1 he attentioii of the put lic and thnse in- ?
?. re?|. .1 in ? g. " il h^, i?t !s o*l]rt.t to t)*> MIm
Bl'.V F KS1BLI OHll'1'L.as tor sale at O.I
Hh ls?MKK> ci. m S- \ ?? r.?. N T 1 T(
7lh street, bctw.^i, u slO 11 itxevts. del9-lm
Georgetown Advertisements.
nTs^Bl DIVINE nuintox, re "
r*T~? mil preaeh tn ;n?n? !**? ?? * i the
? ? tt.'Klint C|.i|mi?i I har.h. *n n
SI'M-il IVIDIKO, at 7ti oclxk. All 4- in
n*
"a:::
k C T U
.O. W SAMSON wll' a?liver hlmcttH
pr solar Lecture on __
^piritualish,
at the Bapti?? ' hnreb. on
MONDAY, 16TH inbtant,
at7J? o'clock p ju "
u^tir and u a t a.
2t? bale* TIMOTHY HAT and 1 .m? bn?h-'? ??
OaTS. in tUirr a*H i?>r * >le l-v
j.i10-"?St J g. WATERS. 109 Water rreet.
ugttt k
Ol'R DUO, 18 NO M<>BE:
But our stock ?-f PUNOS?ik1 MD^fO *? w?ll *?
HOuK J* and STATIONERY is ron.ot-te
TI N NU and BEPAIRING of all kinds of ln?tri.
done at ?hort n< ^tlce
SKATES and 8LSIUH8it r?dnced prim
POE A 8eligson.
ja7-tf HI** Bridg* *?!???".
jy- EW GOODS rOE TUB holidatsi
behj4nix NILLKB,
101 BBIDGE STREET. georoetmwn .
Ha? for sale a *r?-?t many A RTH'tEf* SUIT* B!. -
TOR PRESENTS, *nch a* Roman Scarfs. N r,
Ritbors. Glove*. Lac? Cellar*. Shawl* P ?
metrites. Needl* Books. Libia's Genuine Evtrrn ?
Alpaca Umbrellas. B'ankets, 100 dozen Ladies'an.I
Gent's Linen band kerchieft, Wln??-r Dress good*
marked down to very, very low prices. Blue Black
Velveteens, superior Black Silk*. deli lm
f ' eokgetown DOLLAR STOBB Is receivma a
4.1 lar*e and superior stock of Jet and Fan?-v Je?
elrv Statuettes, Vwt, All ums, Knivea, fJhrom..*
Picture Frames. Clock* Watches, and Plated Ware
for tbe holiday*. Wonderful bargain* for ? 1 No.
T3 High street. J. c. HICHOLa. nol# 2m
/""ASH PAID FOB LADIES'. OSSTH SNw
CHILDREN'S CAST ? OFF CLOTHING
B0OT8. SHOES, etc.. at L. GBADWOHL'8. ' T3H
Bridge street. Georgetown Note by mail from
Georgetown or Washington attended to. ocMly
sewingmachines7
r|^HE F1NKLE jt LEON SEWING iiach1ne
* A.1D
BADEN"8 PATENT BELTnd 8. m. STARTER.
cLoap, simple and effective.
Bfre them a trial. General Agency, 916 Pi nna
avenue. Washington. D. C de>i lnr
?pHE SINGER SEWING MACHINE.
I* the loading MACHINE of the W?rld. Sold on
easy term*. Purchaacr* Instructed at their resi
dences free of charge.
i. A. NORTON, Agent
delfl tr TIT Market Space TIT.
THE NEW CIXY!
yOTIllSG SUCCEEDS
LIKE SUCCESS!
3,000 BHLDIXG LOTS
ALREADY .SOLD !
AND STILL selling
EVERY DAY,
AT
HUNTINGTON.
20 min'ITES DISTANT]
WITH JUNCTION OF RAILWAYS THERE.
b. k. rilE ONLY ELEVEN 4 EN ib
PES BAY !
The Choicest lots
fOB
Twcatf-five Dollars!
MAY BE PAID FOB |3 MONTHLY.
(TLe moment trains run tLe price of theae LOTS
will be from fifty to one hundred dollar* each. Now
ia the tine to purchase.)
PERFECT TlTl.E GIVEN AND FULL AB
81BACTB EXHIBITED.
CALL AAV GET MAP AND PAMPHLET
(ijyjA'U FCLL VES(7?"JPTION&
AT ?1? SEVENTH STREET.
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE,
BEN. m. PLUMB <Se CO.,
PROPRIETORS
ian5 eotf
t
M. WILLI AN,
? OT PlNS*TLYA!?!A AVKSOl,
Ha* always the flneat assortment of
REAL LACB8,
Flowers, Feather*. Bib bona, and Hats, Silk*, Batloa
Velvet*, Ready-made Cloaks, Dresses. and Under
garment*, J. b f.CoraeU, Hair Braid*, Ao.
Children'a CLOAKS ami MOFFS In white fur
DRESSES AMD CLOAKS MASS TO OBDEB
at the shorteat notlca. noSS-tf
111/1 NINTH STRBET, ^4 fit
<1U4 OPPOSITE Y. M. d. A. 4u-1
ED. H. GREGORY A CO.
H ave opened m Store for the aale of
STOVES, HA SUES AND FUKXAVES.
We aiao manalactare TIN and SHEET IRON
WARE.
OA8TINGS and BBICK8 ke?t on hand FOB th E
REPAIRING OF STOVES, RANGES and FDR
?ACES.
Having aeenred the service* of Mr. JOSEPH
UEFFLEY, he wonld be pleased to see hi* frjouua
and customers at the aboTe place.
ED. II. GBEGOBT A CO.
? & A T H 8 t
A large stock and great variety (till on hand, and
?elling at coat, at my STOVE WABE BOOMS,
634 Pennsylvana avenue.
ja 11 lw H i qreoort.
pool's BXPBBSS.
?oath.
Branch offlce, ho. 506 tth itreet, above Fa. ave
k?nch o??e,oof. Klac and St. Aaaph'a atrarg,
Alexandria, yl, aaSU
FAMILY SUPPLIES. ETC.
D
iit err ?boceries!
WE ABE SELLING
G. P. TWA lor fl hO
* IMP TEA K r * OA.
I 14 IMP TEA tor 1 4*
9 1 .V. ENOL'SH BK1AKKA.-T TK\ I ?0
J I aa Japan, ti. si io Japan i a
A V A CV* ril,OrefB.S7r.;Rfl4-t..l 34
RIO.Grm-n. 19 a&'l 5*4 Bo?-W. 43 and- 47
f .000 lb? of b*st tfLABES BUTTER. .... 37
5.0' 0 lb*, of bHt LEAF LMtl? 1H
MGAB CUBED SHOFLDEBS 11S
HAMS 41
COT LOAF PHI P, wonh 5 1.40. sellinc for 1 ?0
GO Li FN SYRUP \Z b*
WHIT* DBM MvMR I4S
NEW OKLKANH 14*
GOOD It BOW N M'UAB. 10
W1 AhE SELLING CHBAPEB THAN ALL
OTHERS.
?5c BRO.,
341 PENNSYLVANIA AVBNUB.
all Betw<vn M an<l ?H str.^tp. north ?'
BOILED CIDER APPLE SAUCE.
HOILED CIDER APPLE SAUCE.
JUbT RECEIVED, 500 BUCKET?*
? 00 BUCKETS JUST RECEIVED
Suitable lite (or Families.
A choice article, tut nc is real New KntUurt
stjle, tj H M. Barker, Antrim, N. H.
Price moderate.
The Trade supplied at JOBBING BATES
ELPHONZO YOUNQS,
GROCER AND T MERCHANT,
J?10 UASOyiC TKMPLK.
Redaction In Prices.
MiETZOIKI* Ss BYLiuS,
417 SEVENTH STREET,
Next to Odd Fellows' Hall.
W< reepectfallr call the attention of the pnblic to
our at< < k of
FINE GROCERIES,
TEAS, WINES, Ac.,
All of the IINEST QUALITY and nearly all pnr
eliitSf d *ince tho DECLIN E OF TARIFF, which
benefit we most cheerfully give the consumer.
A call from the public is solicited, as we are coufl
d^nt we can please both in regard to PRICES an*
UUALITY OF GOODS. janSly
J^EUrCTION ^TEA.COFPCB ABO
Have rednced prices ou th? followis ? Goods t<
c; rreppond with lower tariff rates :
12 cents per lb.
' Of FEES," 2 cent? "
?F'!r*fi?u nJ A*<I?BPICE, rednced 1J cents per lt>
NLIMKGS, ?' 35 cent* ??
rinvia " 2U cents ?
( LO\ ES. 41 20 C?*ntfi ??
CINNAMON, ? r.o?nti ?
TAPIOCA. L*M''N Mld ORANGE PKKL
IM PORTED BKA^ D?, GIN. RUM. *n
SCOTCH and IKltll WHISKIES also will be ?ol<i
at lower Unit rates.
S. H. BCECBELL.
J?6^ 1334 F ST BEET
EDUCTION
IN TUB
PRICES OF NECESSARIES OF Lltt.
R
The ut'leruigned have promptly rednc-d the price ?
TEAS, COFFEES AND SPICES. Ac.,
to correspond with new tariff ratea.
Also, a great SE?r< Tio!f in HAMS, SHOU L
DIRS, MIDDLING and LAED.
A choice variety of CANNED and DR1E
FRUITS, BUTB ef all klcds, OOOK1NG WINK?
and BRANDIES. FLAVORING EXTRACTS, bos
trades FAMILY and EXTRA FLOUR, sold aa o
as any in this city.
The street cars run past onr door every e unions
P. P. LITTLE * CO.,
GROCERS,
CORNER ?TH ans B, NAVY YARD
del4-lm*
("LOUR I FEED It
All grades for bakers,
All or rules for families,
" VEBY CHOIOB
HEAVY MIDDLINGS for horse feed,
BROWN STUFF,
MILL FEED of all ktada.
VERY LOW RATES.
ncS-tt W M GALT * CO.
LOAN OFFICES
COHEN'S LOAN OFFICE, 1031 SEVENTH
STREET, near L. makes liberal advauces
on Gold and Silver Watches. Diamond', Re JL JL
volvers, and Ladies and Gentlemen's Wear ff
lng Apparel. d?-lS?-ly
O GOLDSTKIN & CO..
* Loan Office,
407 AND 309 4X STREET,
del< Near Pennsylvania avenne.
riAROtl WASHINGTON LOAN OFFIOB AftI
iy SAUBbROOM,
- - betwaet
tea.I
m. J 0'iUEOIivV/IU(
Removed to 914 Pennsylvania avenne, betweet
9th and 10th streets, south side.
(Mra.OAEO,formerly Mrs E. Burnstlte.)
Joney Loaned on Gold, Silver and Dia
mond Jewelry, ladies and c*ntit-m'-n's Wear
ing Apparel, and Goods of all desert prions, i
the lowest ratea in the town.
Open (rotn 7 a. m. to 9. p.m. ?
Private Entrance from the hall. aoll_
DUBNSTIBB'B LOAM OFFICE.
O 408 Tmi*tkb!ith St.,
Three doors seath Penna ave..
Makes liberal advantaa on Gold and Siver
..jri
Watches, Diamends, Jewelry, Pistols, Ladles' arc
Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel of all descriptions
Furniture stored and advances made. od ??*
M B. PBIECEV LOAN OFFIOB
I T I It b BXIBTB.
? a handsome rocaa for tke sale of bargains e< eves y
p Kobwe r. wwsr,
MANUFACTUEEB ABD WHOLESALE
DEALER IN
WOODBB ABD WILLOW WAEB.
GROCEBS BHBLF ABD BTOBB FURBITORB
AND NOTIONS,
BBOOMS, BROSHEB. BASEETB.
BOPB, OOBDAGB, TWIBB, BAILS,
MATS, BLAOE1BG, MATCHES.
WBAPPIBG PAPBE,
STATIONERY, Sc., Aa
BR OSH FACTOR Y.
BBUIHBS of every description kept wHsatli
on haud and manufactured to order
at ran
"WOOD ABD WILLOW WABB DEPOT,"
S89 D Bteiit, utwuh ?n m Tth,
M... KM*. OHL V
? KS UHMIBlimMISlS
HOLIDAY GOODS.
W ? T CHANPlEB. VULTOB DONN
TIFE FEKTN AND TED DO TEA STORE,
?*? * I NTH STIIIT,
IT% Between D and K. r~ D
T*A?m
? KlLOSW. 1MPEB1ALH.
JANS!*. Gl N ?*OA* MlIu.
?St.ll?H I KIVK UT. TOmO U > 5UN
Mod* FLAVORKP OOLONGS. iu
voFritBnni
KM HA, OLP UUVKkN KENT JAVA.
MABA? AlBo CEYLON JAVA.
LAGtAVRA. Bit*.
N B ?That the Tf?? *?4 ('of-** fc. pt by ci Ut?
received the bi*teet comm.u UtH n? from nil wh.
M'f tii?d tltffl, Hd ?" caa pmneuace than m
brine of the finest quality.
Coi startly on hand. CDoir* CHOCOLATE*, OO
CX'Af. KRUHAS GELATINB. ?'LAVMSIVi IX
TRA< Ti>.ToFFEE *St?EN*0*8.CoBN STARCH.
COCOA SHELLS. COOOA MBS. PCBB BP1CES,
ground and umrround.
CANP1ES ? CANPIES " CANPIK8 '"
A fne asearttnont. just receded lot the holidays
Dob t for?et the place:
THE PERIN AND TBDPO TEA STORE,
No ??4 NIKTH ST . t?tween D and E.
The oldest eiukliikmett of the kind in the city.
de]9-eotf CHAN BLEB A PONM.
0
? ?^11 a I B ? B *
ros
CHBISTVAS PREHF.BTS.
Kbit can be more krtin'ifnl l!iu a flue OIL
PAINTING to preeeot to afri.ad. " Tis a thiug cf
beauty ?r.d n joe for &?<s."
H. N. BARLOM re-a?? tfnUy hiTltee ladles Mil
gertVm, t to <ail at hit Gall-ry. where he has over
thiee hundred Oil P*intiii|i on tiLiti'.kii *u4 Ivr
Aim uc th? K'-mr.i will be fonrd paintings \j
celebrated mmtcn . ?w:ent nnd Bh^fni
Th'- follow itir i?.-horile art r"pre?-i,ted, Italy,
i'rwc*. England, Holland. G. rmany. Aiu> r1
ca. Ac . Ac.
Bi'Tick ?The (1*1 rjr '? on thesecond Cxw,over
?r Limh'* frarie m-,* 11 ? ???tabli?hnient. and oe*t
d<vr I' the CfPrer i.t iSrli south irtde of Pean
ayl'atiia av KM delA-tf
TOT TKl .VKS.
LA TIES' Md MEN'S SATCHELS.
LADIES' PBKy> TRl'NKS,
SOLE LEAT1IEB TBTNES.
TRAVELING LAGS.
WHIPS,
HADDLERT and HABNESS.
CARRIAGE BOBBS. Ac . Ac .
In GREAT VARIETY, at LOW PRICES ?OB
CASH, at the
UANUfACTUtiT
ow
JAMES B. TOP HAS * CO.,
SEVENTH STBEET,
Out- door abort Odd Fellows' Hall..
BOTICB.
?rMCBBT-B PATENT STAYS r*t In all oar
Beat and Medlnm Trunks. de it
OPENING OP HENRT ALTERS
CONUlCTIOX kh Y *u4 U1X1XO SA L ovy
1014 11th street, between K and Aj,
On (At OH S:an f.
CARDIES. CAKES. TOTS, etc., suitable fer
Holiday Preaeuts.cn hand.
Parties. 1'aira, etc . supplied with Choice Cream*.
Icea. etc. da&>!?'
SCHOOL. LAW AMD MEDICAL BOOKS aa low
~ a* the lowest, and HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
MISCELLANEOUS BOORS. Ac., 10 to 4) per ccat
Ub? ttinn the old logy prices. by the
FRANKLIN P6B.00..1S1 Peon, avetme.
FOB THB~IIBXT THlfcTY DAYS-SOUOOL.
LAW and M ISt'ELL AN EOL'S BOORS. St A
TION EBY. Ac., at auction arice*. by the
FRANKLIN PI B CO . lil P nc areme.
AEIBLE POR EVERY FAMILY. In every atrle
ol > indinc from V oent? to 92V by HOPR I!is.
FRANKLIN PI B. CO.. 131 Penn. areuua.
\IW AND LIVE BOOKS, jnat r.-celred fru the
li Nfw York Trade Sale*. I urge aaeoi latent. ?ad
?ellirg ?t wholeeale peicee. 1-y HOPR INS,
FRAN KLIN PCB.C0..1ill Penn. av*uua
Another fi ll supply of those m con
admired CHUOMOS OF LINCOLN. GRAN r.
WASHINGTON . Ac . Ac . at half original pricea
jnsi the thine t<>r Holiday Proaouta. by
HOPKINS, 1 ill Pennsylvania atenne
TDKEF SHOW CASES, food m new. at a treat
1 l? gait). ,b) the
> ran KLIN PIB CO., 1 21 P?nn. av?i;ne.
X' F.W.OLD AND BARE BOftKS. bor.cht and a?!d
by the FBAN KLIN PCB CO .I il Kna ave.
Holiday fre^ents. ? The franklin
1 IB CO. niay net have the "Largeet Stuck >t
Juvenile*." yet they tbink they can odor in*
GREATEST BABGAINS A choice and well ae
lected *tock In ev.,ry deaartment, < Kn?li?h B-~ik*
eepi-cially.' all jn*t pnrc fia*t<l f?r Christtr.aa. wl,.. b j
will be aold for lea* than many have paid lor the |
same. A* proof, pl?a?e call a* above
At HOPKINS'BOOKSTOBE
de IS tf lltl P -aniylraLia aveoae.
?^?????
BOOTS AND SHOES. _ I
?COSOMT IS WEALTH ! I
The b<-st store in the District of ColnmbiaBHa .
to get all kinda of ,
LADIES. GEXTS A VII CHI I. It HE.Mi BOOTS
A>V SHOKS,
IS AT NO. l'JOO F, OGRNER 1JTR STREET. i
Where all g'i%iiti?s can be had at LOWEST CASH i
price*.
BDBT 8 CELEBRATED LADIES and MISSES
WORK a specialty.
Don t forgst
JOTCI * KILLU,
deS lm 1 itAfl F. coruer ltth street N W .
?M PDHITLTANU ATUM,
4*1
BATS IB BTOBI
a I.I, or TUB LATEST AND HOST APPBOTBD
STYLES OF
BOOTS, SHOES, OAITKBS, ABB
SUPPBBS.
tOB
LADIES". GEN TLEMEN S. MISSES AND CHIL
DREN'S WEAR.
Ail of which have be*n gotten ap with a great
deal of care and attention,
AND THINK WE CAB PLEASM THB TASTE
Or THE BOST rASTlDlOCS 19 STYLE.
material. AND PRICES.
mr A CALL PBOB THB FCBLIO GENE
BALLT 18 SOLICITED. on.t.
EDUCATIONAL.
AN EXPERIENCED TEACHER, a rradnatc of
a New Euglaad college, will recLivet'nleaU tn
the Clw"?ics and hi*her Mat hematic* at rea?>nable
rate* Yoorg men will be prepared for any College
tf desired The beet of refereticea given. Applioa
tion may be vadetoC. B. HILTOB, A B.. Wal
lach bchool Building, or corner Kb street B. aao
Peeniiyjraaia avenne. deH lm'
Hn|TUIt
Prograwa of OBntcal Lectaree B nwdmea
Boepitai. commeactag WBDBMBDAT.October I
and coiiTinning until the following March:
8CBGICALCL.1NI0?Wednesday* at! JB p. v., by
PTofe?a?r Bobert Berborn. M. D.
rSMALB CLINIO-Trtdaya at SAB p. ?..by Pro
feeeor Joeeah Taber Jebneoa. M D.
MBDICALOHNIO?Mondays at IBp.a.. by Pre
hmr P. H Strong, M P.
tint:
To nadeats attending the University Otlnlcal la
Toallothera,general ticket, f M
,-_r IBOB, B _ J
of thi Faculty, comer at New York ave
street. ae 14-tt
THE MISSES OBBOBSB TOUMO LADIBB
BBB1NABY, 1131 lethal .bet Laad M.-Thc
roagh instraction. Beferaacea:?Hoa Wm . H Sew
Baeeon. teacher of French eeCI ?m"
N?,To
ICS.?The undersigned
to the paMte that u?ey has*
e fine CABBl AGkt*. with
ba^fl?a. rt PrV'^EbTo^ OffiMSsU.
?mm. 10SS PaaaiyWaala avaaaa aa* tf
BOOKS, STATIONERY, Etc.
^ E W BOO K t
li?ht at muravTiac at i .? ?
ua (<*tort f r ib" Aj f E .???
VlfHipU* HIM'.'H* <)? I'AKV AY T
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MIAKSTi ARB* NIK' UABT OP VCMCI
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ti<l "1 HE S FACST B\ Ba? ard Tail. fi ??o
WOBD* AM) THEIR VnES B? K Hr?
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H lvTOKlC AM EK1' A >s. B? TMe^Im* P?r
j Iff.. ? ??- f I **
1 THE*BAB? UBBATHA?Ms 111ft
VICTORT OF TUB T*?<iri?HEP Bjr Aathn
ol ?' Crkorl^i Co?t? MhIj Ti l*
I ALMAdU Plt??iTH \ IMI fl ??
BRITISH almanac amd corpamiom
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jail tr lit* "TREET
|).\biu pom ?*ii
VISITING OA EDS EN'S HA V CD AM) ? KIT1 EN
BLANK BOOKB.
LEDGERS. JOCKM ALS. AMD DAV BOOK
BLACKWOOD b JET BLACK INK
W UOUL MWOK*
H!IW?l ri'KMfl UE.
WILLIAM B A LL A *<T V N E ,
;aS <0< rth?r-*t. ItitoHlgWT Hn In ?
yiMTlIO CARDS,
A;>? HA rhl> A.Vil fti I A TKB
I
I EXPEDITIOISLT IS THE LATS*T ST TLB
I>1AR1E?) FOB l?l IS LARGE VARIETY
I BLANK BOORS IB KVEBV UTILE ??F BIM)
ISO. OB M APE T<? OUDKK LN it.1
BEST MANNER
ALL Tli E N EVA LOOKS' AS bO N M1 lib
L1BUSD.
WEDDING M) RE< EPTION CARPS EN
A> UA> ED.
HANBSOMB OOODs AND BOOKS M ITAt'LB
n'BNtw uaus rui.?is>.
AX
PHI LI* A SOLOMON*
filBTKOrOLiTA.y HOOKSruh A,
d.2-1 *11 PEN N ST I. A AN IA AAINIB
I>K V liOOPS.
I
BOOAN Sc WYLIt,
EXTENSIVE DEALERS IN
rOBCIUS ABB IMIBTIV BET
191B AND lfl;!0 SEVENTH STREET > *
OWE PRIC1 Jl>T DEALING TO ALL.
4* 29 tf
{JUEAPER TliAN EVER |
LADIES' LIBER HEM STITCHED HABDKCI
CH IE PS, from Hl?n< ?n??
CENT'S HEMMED LIB KB UAMKIU< UlEft -,
tr. tn 16 to 78 r' nte
Si\ in a tx-aatttal b>i* unitiM" f> r
?/" FiIwb?<?) cent cm t>? mi Ml tr Earrba to*
H and! rt( tl
No |4*B I'ERNST l.VAN IA A A'FVt" B
DRESS OOODS IB PLAID* AMD SOLID DOL
ORS at redo-"d Bn<~.
SHAH LB. TABLE OOA EBB. TABLE l.IBBfc
NAPKINS ?i<4 TOW'ELs, at treat l>?r*?.u?
A LARUE 6Toi K OP HOSIER# and NOTIONS
(Will
EIOET BATTEI'M.
Mo. 1VJB PEBNSA LVAMA A\ EM E.
Brfor*' pnrrbaalnE rln-wlipre d>V
PROFESSIONAL.
l\*OTK;E-DR K??LKHT REVBTRN H AS RE
ia M'l\ED hi? 'M'-? !?'N>>. ??.!* t - f' N W
Ofltice b"ur* 8 U VS a . tn . Ur? P- Vr|..5f
n.
IT?CHMIl?T. ~
Cj. ATT-.BBEV AT LAW
AND IBSL'BAN'i'E AGZMT
At Colombian Law Buildlnc
Rom N ? 4. Stli street. I.ei p and B <t*. d?-M In:
Ci A K D .
/ JAMES E WILLIAMS.
AT1?Efti;V AI-LAH,
office soith sii>k loi isiana w vik
B" 4**4 . ttclVMB ?'? *
d.ora imI "I B trl>. nr t L?? Bulldiuc.
AA AsH IBUTON . D. C.
8p?*'a1tT?T??t?nn nt?r> Lfc*r. ??. 1" ?'
J-OHM" V. MAMMA.
ATTi'KN EV AT LAW.
Mo To<u c - Law Bnildiur.
WMbiuBt<?, D.C1.
TTBuMAS AA ILtTuB
1 ATTOBNEt AT LAW,
Stfl Poor and a balf ?tr??4, WtAMMi D ? .
Pri*ecatf? claiiua a?<un?t tb* Cuii-xl B-* M*acta
Mon lb* Court of Olanu* aad S?|nwOw/1
Ct tbf L'aitHl S'at??
I?DWART 0. OAKKINUTOB,
111 i Lau- C ?. Dutrlct Atto???f .)
ATTOBBET ABD <XH NSBLL<<B AT LAW.
Will practto* ib tbr Sa?r?M Oo?n of lbs UaMatf
Btat"?. Oonrtof Claltaa. and all tb* Ooarta ?t tba
Dtetrict Pn?H Bttcnttoc bitbb to tba OollaMto*
of OIbiwb. OBoa. 4 >4. o?o?ft? Wit) H all ?t* '?
iWtlMBB btB-1
PERSONAL OUTFITS.
1 rron fitly u. ->-??/ ?bitbu
9B B ?trtn t, betw^o 4th aud Mh. ?o11 f*
t"?" ?"-* f :m,+
IJbMB B4 PB.l^iOMK ^LoaaJJiloe ?
THE TRADKS
PMASLIKHED IMS.
J JOHN MrDERMOTT A BROS
COACH MAKERS AND CABKlAUB,
DEAL) RS.
31S r< tiB.rlvania a>e . r.'tr V ?tr?'t ?
CA H til AH AS A XU HAhXk s.S
K tCHl V tit OX STOKAU K AM 1) bOLU uy
COM Mission.
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Jtv 11. * A( U. HHSEBTIE, JK
O^TOArtbat: ^.botvecaOBad HBti ? Wk
BEPAlRlfO OF WATCHES. iI?ELRT.
CLOCKS, SPECKS eai - fallr H'vut.-d at b; ^??r
ate cfcarc?s. ool lv
UOOK AMD JOB TRlBTlNa
E> A??t'v ?<?'/ maul Kr*t%'i4
BT H POLKIHUOBM A CO .
jail It ___ D ttr.?'t b*tve*B itb a- i "b ?ta
K?B. JOB. ABD OBM AMMMTAL PB| BT1M?
UIBSOM BROTHERS.
B|ll if IBIS P?in a a??i?i?s(Bt?atb BWa.
LTCBTT.
WO
^BpOKBlNVHH AMD rjLPKK ?rtBB,
Be. I01S PciiiiaTlraiiia ar^naa. )-:a?>o 1 ib at.?
Uth Btr^t*. aoatb aids
Boctaalr^rantlv or plau.'.> b >nad I'. rl. *l a'? atl
BB??BaB?*r? can<allr Btt^ndod to. jaB1 1?
N
A1IOKAL LOA.T OITKE.
ubbat sals
OE
CNREDEEMED PLEUUK9
BE
ROBERT rVLTOM ? (? ,
314 MIMTB STREET.
BtTV t IN PniHTlTaiu Aumi aM D StAkee
I Ooddut BClUB
SATVBDAT ROBB1MQ, DECEM I IK Ar.
Aad lObtluulng EVERY DAT
Cntil all oar UMEEDEEMEB PLEDuEB att
of.
AA'# hara tba larf*?l aud m- *t ra'-iabl# bLhk sf
cnoda erer off? r< <1 for Bale is tlua Uif.
T?r? valmable Diaao?4 Seta.
One very Sue Prarl Bui. Ditto one OoraJ S*t.
i And 17 very fiaa t*?ld S?-Aa,M fine Oo'.d Watrbaa.
IB Si I Tel W atcbea. u4 S OoM Obates.
Mnakal and RecKantcal InatrmaaeBta aad
Oil PalkHHB, Gui aad Piatola.
rira Ptonoa, Ponr S< wine SmMm.
Btx Beta Baa Mlafc Para. Bta Vina BbawU.
Bixtaaa Hue Silk DreMea. 7*U< Bea SAirta
j and Drawers, aad otlner artKlaa of ren d?ri|
tiun Too to nteiatinn. wbicb ?a a ill Ball to
! PAW ADVABCEB. 4*1-1
'pHB HOST WONDERFUL TOT OOT.
?. L. WILD A BRO. V PaTEBT DABCIBQ TOE
> FOB P1ABOB.
Flanraa Itvaly daaclnf to ??^r. But IRISI
idtii.-d and f? r a"D Bo. 4E0 1 Itbatra<-?.ElVBTE
"wt- ti P?aim Itaala BT**i?a aat B Blra*t. Alan,
ktnda of MrBICAL IMSTBTMEMTS atwdu^i
fhet*.
all
' fOKlCALTEBATIEB BITTER'*.
1 tor tbe t in vf l>*-.wio? tb* Atoaacb. Eid
tx >?. Bladdt-r. Lm c*. Llvar and K?r?aa.
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