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EVENING STAR.
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"local NEWS.
Tt4j i OfT* Wfcw Mr. .John McCullough
is ik*"6MW"
(Voter Camiqmf?The "The Twslve T?B|'U
Wh, or the l/o?l goal," ami other attraction*.
#v?fir?j_St. Martin'* Catholic beneficial so
eiety, l"th ?treet. between L and M street*
Orchestrion music at No. 4(8 Pennsylvania
avenue.
Ca
Alexander Mason, J. Sella Martin,
aad L W. Pace were rbown a* delegate* to
represent the ljth district in the equal right*
sebventioa to meet in this citv on the Wh of
Baambar.
The Sunday M<. mi rig f.a-rt/r will be "brim
fall" el (Odd thine* to-morrow The prosperity
of the i.azf' seem* to be well aiwnred. and its
rapidlv increasing circulation is palpable proof
of t*i> popular character.
Yesterday poundmaster Finstein was called
upon to take up ?ome stock in tbe White lot,
aad among the animal* were two cows, one be
longing to President Grant, and one to General
?abrock. They r-ere promptly released upon
payment of the n-ual fee.
Policeman W. J. Donovan, wbo has been
performing dav duty at police headquarter* for
?time time, ha* been granted leave of absence
ia consequence of tho serious illne-*of hi* wife
aad child, and Officer William 1 ee of the H-st
precinct, has been a*?igned to duty at bead
quarter* during hi* absence.
An attempt wv made by a colored man,
abo3* a qnarter past eight o'clock last night, to
?nter tbe house of Mr I,. W Butt-. CIO Vir
ginia avenue, but be wa' heard bra young lidy.
wbo awake the hou*ehold. Tbe two M *s*r*.
Butt* pursued ai.d captured the thief, after a
shot at him by Mr. Edward Butt*. bat while
?ne of the brother* had gone to h-int the police
tke would-bo burglar man age J to make his es
cape.
The learned .lesnit, rather r.aresche, who
has teen conducting a r-i-sion at St. Aloysiu*
chnrch. wilt deliver one of hi- eloquent lec
ture* a* Lincoln Hall on next Tuesday evening
The subject announced is "The Christian Kjy
aad tbe Boy of the Psriod." and the proceeds
?( the lecturs will be devoted to tho work of
the % oung Catholic Friend* Society, whose ob
ject it is *c clothe and educate poor boys.
?
A r.REST OF A* ALLB'.BD WASHIlfOTOIf THIBF
in Puilaxiklphia.?The Philadelphia L-tly'
el yesterday has tbe following 'Peter Scblei
herwas an estsd yesterday by l>etective Frank*,
as a fugitive from justice" trom Washington, O.
C. lie ha<l a hearing at the central station,
when Mis. l.ydia Smith, a residentof Washing
ton, testified that the accused roomed at her
house, and that when he left, articles were
mused which be was supposed to have taken.
Among the articles enumerated by Mrs. Smith
were spoon*, forks, napkins, pillow cases, and a
vest which had belonged to Thaddeus Stevens,
formerly a boarder at her bouse. Some of tho
miseing articles had been recovered in Wash
ington and some in Philadelphia. Detective
Franks testified that in a trunk which had been
sent to this citv on one of the Clvde line of
steamers, and snipped under the name of Foley,
had been found articles Identified by Mrs. Smith
as her property. Tbe accused expressed a will- ]
ingress to go to Washington for trial, and he
was committed accordingly."
It will be reeolleoted by the readers of Thi
Star that this individual was before the Police
Court on Saturday, tbe 11th of last mmth.or.
the charge of stealing a set of valuable furs j
from Mrs. l.ydia Smith, his landlady, and had
;resented U.em to a young widow lady named
rown whom be tried to court, but with not
much success, as Mrs Brown was slirew.1
enough to be on her guard against him, and in !
her testimony she did not hesitate to denounce
him as "a fraud." Detective Coome* bad re
covered the furs for Mrs. Smith, and Judge
Snell imposed a tine of *P?i and costs, or six
months in Jail. An appeal wa* taken and Peter
gave bonds in the sum of 9300 to answer before
tbe criminal court, but the ri<t being called '
lastJHonday in that court, he tailed to answer. J
Hi* bond waa thereupon declared forfeited and i
a bench warrant for his aire?t was issued by i
Judge Cartter.
This BtorniBg, Detective Coome* brought
Sleeker into thd Police Court, on a charge of
grand larceny preferred by Mrs. Smith. The
articles enumerated in this list ate twelve yards
of silk, valued at *.J4: two breadths ot velvet,
valued at ;;o, and a half dozer, silver spoons,
valued at *'-T, all of which were taken from her
house in this city while defendant was a boarder
there, and are alleged to have been found in hi.
pwksiob after his arrest in Philadelphia on a
bench warrant from the Criminal Court. An
anamination before the Police Court wa* waived
by counsel for defendant, and he was commit
ted to jail to await action of tbe grand Jury.
SrwPAv School Cosvumow of th? Bal
timore M. E. C<>>PKKBHi I.?A Sunday school
convention, nndet the auspices of tho Balti
more conference of the M. E. church, will be
hold ia the Charles street church, Baltimore,
commencing on Tuesday evening next and con
tinuing until Thursday evening inclusive. Kev.
?>. H TlfThny, D.D., has consontoJ to preach an
appropriate sermon before the convention on
Taeeday evening, and among the active work
er* collected together on the occasion will be
ftnnd the Kev. J. H. Vincent, D.I)., the distln.
(W'sberi ?ecietaiy of the Methodist Sunday
.School 1'nlon of New York. The convention
will bo composed of the pastor and two dele
gates from each charge In the conference, nun
bertig about ion from the different sections ot
Maryland and this District.
ArcttiBBTS Yesterday afternoon Mr. Den
nis MrNamara, son or Peter McNamara. of
Capitol Hill, met with a severe accident while
driving on tbe Bennlng'* Bridge road, by the
harness giving way and the horse runuiug otf.
Mr. McN. was thrown ont and bruised to such
an extent that he will be con ft nod to his bed for
several days.
I.ast ntglit. while William Belt was handling
a Smith A Wesson revolver at his place of busi
. corner of Kith and D streets, the weapon
exploded and the hall entered the ankle joint,
inflicting a serious but not dangerous wound.
Dr. Boea was summoned and rendered the neces
sary aid.
w
CoVTBinrTIon* fob Kblibf of tub Mb*
fbib SrsirBKBBs - Hon Barbour Lewis, of
Tennessee, has received the following proceed*
?f collection* for the relief of the sufferers at
Memphis ?Hth-street M. E. church, S3; St.
Paals Lutheran church, Second Bap
tist chnrch, ?17; Calvary Btpt;it church,
?33.75, Ryland M. E. church, #40. Metropolitan
M. E chnrch, *151.70: Murray Universalis! so
ciety. r.MOther churches have taken up
collections, bnt will increase them before turn
ing them over to Judge Lewis. The receipt of
the contribution ot the Metropolitan notice,
amounting tot'.,M3.2T. has been acknowledge
by Col. P. C. Athey. chief of police, by a dis
patch to J uilge Lew is.
Tib Board of Firb Count*vuntR* met
last evening. an<i the report of the chief engi
neer for i^.^iber was read. He savs "There
were eight alarms for Ores, none of which
proved serious lhe total los* for the month
was *900, with no insurance Oa the l<th ulti
mo I appointed Eilward (.Alton as a substitute.
t> do dntv during the suspension of William
Hawkins. The 7.'M)0 feet of leather hose otdered
from .Iosiah Gates X Sons ha* all arrived, and
be< n distributed among the several engine com
panies, the complement to each companv being
1.400 feet. The no*e is first class In everv par.
ticular.'' The applications of Kandall Bowie
and Peter Wilson for position as firemen were
pla< ed on file, and after the transaction of some
routine business the board adjourned.
Tltl ACCIPB*T TO A WA?HfNOTOJUAX is
Baltimobb?The Baltimore Van of this morn
ing. say* that Mr. Chas. Schroth, a well-known
pork and beef dealer of Washington, who wa*
severely injured in that city on Thursdav after
noon, by falling through the hatchway at the
pork packing establishment of J. C. Schaefer,
on Lexington street, near Paca, was in an im
proved cotalifioti yesterdav. but it ia the opinion
of his physician that he cannot be removed for
several weeka. He had visited the establish
ment ot Mr. Schaefer for tbe purpose of purch
asing meats. and while on the second floor ot
the warehouse arcidentlv stepped into'tie hatch
way, aad waa precipitated into the cellar, a dis
tant* of about thirty-eight feet.
A Ca*bof Labdord ardTehaxt To-day,
in the Circuit Court the case of Fallows, Hon ?
man A 'Jo. vs. Chaney Jt Lighter was argued
by Messrs. SUllsoa aad Hawe* tor plaiatifTs and
Kimball for defence, aad the court holds it
under advisement. Mr*, chaney rented a house
at *JU per month,payable monthly in advance,
aad after paying for and occupying the premi
ses a few months left at the end of a month?a:
the ea?l of the month for which she had pa d
rent. 1 ke plaintiffs sue for the rent of tke nett
month, claiming that they were entitled to a
notice of thirty aavs that the tenant intended
to vacate.
Wall's OrBBA HorsB ?Mr. John Mc"!ul
langh's "Hamlet" gave great pleaaure lait
night to an appreciative audience, the actor
seeming to have a Just conception or that diffi
cult and much disputed role. Mr. McCnl
lough'ssplendid phv?i.|ue, great strength, aer
von* force, quick sympathy, and finely modu
lated voice are all ia his raver, and besides this
he Is evidently a caret ut reader aad hard stu
dent. He deserves success To-nigh, he makes
his last appearance, on which occasion ke will
perform the "Gladiator." On Moadav night
xre are ? have the "Blyk Crook."
Ma. N- W. Hilbbo*. tor many years a resi
dent of East Washington, formerly an employe
at the t*. S. Patent office, and lately a super
intendent under the Board of Public Works,
died at his residence this morning. A few days
ago a large tumor wa* removed from his stom -
ach by several surgeons
rvBUC iMTRovmiBBTS -Ordera have been
give* tor repairing the pump on the oornw or
3d aad G streets northeast. Thesopertnt-ndent
?f sewers aad drains has bQCT directed to dljh
.continue putting apron* ot traps, aad te take
them eat where they are already In M mM as
?"? fTmmmi Mm*L
A HOOD or ART
The first trrm *( the Washington city Normal
5tkwl having been completed, an *\?min?tlon
*" l>?Vd at the F'rankl'n reboot building tv
terdny, from 10 aatll 12 M. This school
was authorized by an art of the late legisla
tor#, aiwl the act ?u carried into effect and
the school organized by a committee of the
Board of Trnstees of Pnblic Schools. consisting
ol 8aprrintendeat Wilson an.l Irusuws Cbam
plln, Harris, Randolph anil French. A room
was secured in the Franklin school building,
which was fitted up to meet all the require
ments of the school. 1'nder the plan adopted
the Homier ot pupils is limited to twenty, and
each candidate for admission must have been a
53m I rrammar department of the
pablic schools of Washington; must be 17 years
ol age; ami before she is admitted mast paw an
examination egulvalent to that upon which a
J- issued. Each can.ii.late,
before she can be admitted to the school. Is re
qUKre<1.^0 "*#? ^'lowing pledge -"!, the
jubsorlber, de?lre to enter the normal school of
Washington tor the sole purpose of better pre
l aring myself for the business ot teaching; and
I declare it to be my Intention to continue in
'aid school until I hate completed the pre
scribed course of study, and then to devote my
self to the work of teaching in the puMic schools
of Mid city for a period of at least two years."
It will thus be seen that the object of the
school is to take our own girls, those who hare
graduated rrom our public schools, and to give
them a proper training to fit them for the re
sponsible duties of teachers of youth. The
Course of duty is strictly professional, aud is to
be limited to one year, which Is to be diyi.led
into four termsof ten weeks each. The studies
are.?!iJ*u/? wl!^ "l-odal reference to the best
method of teaching.
cIH??,?^JkWM I,l*feJ ID Ch:ir?? 0f M's* 1-1
cilia K Smith, a graduate of the norm ?1 school
of Farmington, Maine, and who for the pas'
three years has been one of the most successful
?.*fi "ie gcl'oo! district. The studies
ot tie first term, wb.ch was c. mpleted yester
??,'?*? S which the pupils were examined.
i *' I^nmanshlp, drawing.
?ocal music, physical and vocal culture, prac
t,5*te?ching. phonetics, botany, theory and
?rt ol teaobing, object lessons and mental arith
nietic. 1 he pupils had all obtained bv previous
? K^ateror less degree of knowledge
V tr J*bOT? ?tuU'e?. but it is now Uie im
portant office of the normal school to teach as
pirants lor teacberships bow to impart that
knowledge to younger pupils. The examination
yesterday was attended by the committee above
Ii',mp ?h"8tMH".rt,of the fir,t district, and
y rj c- s.- N?.ve* At the close of the exercises,
Superintendent Wilson an 1 Trustee Randolph
speaking for the committee, expressed the
grT? ^ satisfaction at the progress that had
evidently been accomplished in the first term
and oflcred deserved congratulations to teach
er and pupil.*.
With this normal school as an adjunct to our
public school system we shall soon have trained
teachers in all of our school rooms, and
graduates too ol our own system, who hare
grown up with it. A few years ago when it was
desirable to introduce any new feature into the
schools, the school board was compelled to send
to Maine or Massachusetts for teachers, but the
.* r. nS when the Washington schools
will furnish af? the trained teachers that may
rfhe accomplished, also, at
a slight expense comparatively. The amount
appropriated by the legislature for the normal
school was ?M.flOO, and this amount will not be
exceeded even in the first year, when the
expense of fitting up the room, purchasing
furniture, &c., is to be included.
one of the most interesting of yester lay's
exercises was the "Practice in teaching." Some
one pupil of the normal school is daily Issigried
for a special duty for 30 or 30 minutes in one of
the school rooms of the Franklin building
While the young lady so designated is teaching
her claw-mates are present quietly criticising
her work. Upon the return to the normaT
school-room, criticisms are called for upon the
I>erforroance. and each member of the class In
turn gives her views in regard to defects that
^itJobserved. They are thus made familiar
with the actual duties of the school room an.f
are as a matter of course much better iitted to
amiiae the responsibilities of teachers than
those w ho passrresu from the grammar .school
into the teacher s chair.
The exercises of the Normal school serve in a
I'. il'.<ar degrfe ,0 8ive 10 the Pupils the habit
of self-possession, unlet decision of manner, and
promptness and clearness of thought so requisite
instn'ct ** 10 enaj'e Uie,u 10 control and
of Ileal III.
TH1 ODORL1SS KXCAVATINU COMl'AHV PRKM
1SE~ DECLARED IU'I8AHCB8?I'M WHOLKSOMB
VEAT8?DEFECTIVB 8EWBRAOB? THE KA
TIOHAL 8ABITARV COXVBHTIOW
At.Vne^,'n*?f ,ioard of Health, last
night, Dr Bliss,from the sanitary police cjm
mittre, to whom bad been referred the com
plaints of persons in relation to the tardy action
of the scavengers, reported that the Odorless
r.xcavating Company had put two additional
pumps at work, and would have two more at
work in a few days, making ten altogether,
which would be sufficient for all denan.f* upon
them. Already the number of complaints are
decreasing. *
Dr. Bliss submitted resolutions, which were
adopted, condemning as nuisances the premises
at square No. 311, between P street, Khode
Island avenue, 11th and 12th streets northwest
the property in square 313, between N and O
11th and 12th streets northwest, two tenement
shanties and premise*, Noe. 1101 and 1103 R
street northwest.
IKSPBCTIOS Or ?BAT.
The resolution submitted by Mr. Kingston at
a former meeting and referred to the sanitary
committee, requiring all butchers' meat to be
in-pected, and when found to be sound to be
branded with the wonl '?passed." was taken
up, and considerable discussion ensued.
I>r. Verdi stated that he thought the measure
a good one if it could be carried Into effect with
out interfering with the trade. If attempted,
it would involve coet and incur opposition,
neither of which the board are in condition at
the present time to meet on account of their
finances. Vnless the board appoint more in
spectors to do the work, it would be useless to
pass the resolution, aa they are not in ? condi
tion to extend their operations.
Health Officer Keene here stated that there is
very much unwholesome meat dally arriving In
this city. Much of this comes from over
crowding railroad cars with stock just before It
is slaughtered. Cattle and swine are often suffo
cated in this manner. This meat is sold to
green-grocers and others, who retail it to the
unsuspecting public when it Is not fit for con
sumption. The dealers themselves are anxious
that some stringent measures should be enforced
to protect themselves, as well as their cus
tomers, and will afford all the facilities within
their power to co-Derate with the board.
J>r. Verdi remarked that much bad meat ar
rived here from Baltimore and other places al
ready slaughtered, and if Inspector* were at.the
depots on its arrival It coold be examined be
lore removal, thus saving much time in run
ning aroand the city. Atter considerable dis
cussion the paper was referred to the sanltarv
police committee.
The chair announced as the committee on the
preparation and publication or the annual re
port Messrs. Marbury, Verdi and Bliss.
DBFECTIVB SEWERAGE.
An informal discussion was entered into on
the subject of defective sewerage, and opinions
freely expressed that the present system is in
many respects imperfect.
Dr. Verdi said that in many places the grade
Is insufficient to carry oft the water; that not
enough attention is given to the cleaning out of
sewers and traps. ,
Dr. Cox said the plans for construction of sew
ers should in all cases be submitted to the Board
of Health before sncli works are entered upm.
Stagnant water is a source of much sickness,
and one of the worst evils they have to contend
with. The Board of Public Works and the
Health Board should work together in this mat
ter of sewers.
Dr. Verdi stated, in relation to the accumula
tion of stagnant water, that the time had come
when the District government should ceaae to
saci itice the health of it* citizens for the sake of
a little money. Talk about taxes, said the doc
tor, why. the people of this District don't know
what taxation is, look at the city of London; he
had seen an engine employed there of 1,200
horse-power, which discharged 40,000 gallons of
filthy water per minute, thus relieving a portion
of that city from stagnant water, where drain
age was impracticable. This Is only a small
item of expense to the people there, and saved
many people from disease and death.
THB NATIONAL SAB1TABY COBVBVTIOB.
l etters were read from the boards of health of
Wheeling, West Virginia; Fort Wayne, Indiana;
Baltimore. Maryland; Newark, Hew Jersey;
, New Haven, Connecticut; St. Louis; the Mlchl
, gan state board at I,anslng, and other boards,
appioviag the project of a national sanitary
convention in this city in December next.?nd
most of them express a determination to attend.
I ,.T"?a??***Marrbt?T?e Grmnd Opening?
On Wednesday morning next, 12th Instant, the
new hartern market will be formally opened for
bus.ness. and the stall-holders are making great
preparations for having a gala time, some of
th< m .io-ng their level best to get the very finest
' articles for display, and they will all hare a pro
fusion of flags and evergreens on display, as wel
as select wares and merchandise. It tsexDected
that the F.ast hnder* will each that morning
I (notwithstanding the hard times) fill their ba?
1 kets with roasting piece*?beef, pork or turkey?
and the necessary Dun's. Joe Carroll is ex
i peeted to officiate as master of oeremonlee, and
under him a full brass band will discourse ap
propriate music. It Is stated that among the
pieces on the musical programme are the fol
lowing "Fire O'clock in the Morning." "Two
Dollars a Day and Roast Beef," "The Batcher
Bov," -Batter and Eggs." "Polly Put the Ket
tle on," "Come Buy my Mackerel," ic.
A few morb shares of stock of Columbia
Hallway Company will be disposed of by Oso.
H. B. White, National Metropolitan Fank.
There Is no better investment to be had, and it
is rarely this stock Is in the market.
Tbb last cbabcb to see the brilliant specta
e'e of "The Twelve Temptations''^it the Thea
ter Comique Is offered to-night, as it must giro
?ay to ?th?r noreiti#* neat week.
? THE PKOPLC.
Vr. tdtt. i ?Mack surprise and no little in
dignation u> being expressed by the eittsens of
Rut Vvkln|tDB >1 the notice fir en In your
raper by the market rommtxlonrn that uo
market will be held tn the ae* market-boa*'
on Saturday Bornlnp, Thla la a downright la
solt to the people of thin locality, and %houl<l
there be M rhange in this order, let me assure
too the patronage to the new market-boas* will
be small. While the people or this section de
slre to sustain the market, they will not be im
posed upon, by being mmptllM to wait until
Saturday afternoon?, to purchase the leaving*
of other market*. Tbe people of this \ icinitv
are determined to withhold their patronage
from tbe market nntll the tnanlt ts revoked, an 1
a Saturday morning market la ordered. I hope
oar good Shepherd will gWe the matter hi* at
tention at once, and do justice to all.
Capitol Hill tin Kast Washijkitoh.
I* November 8th, 1873.
$
. Th? BallaC
Meat.?Beef (porter hon?*,) w ft - dr
)?c.;4o. (round), JOc,; do. (roasting pieces)! I
W^WSc.; pnrk.litfjor;do. 1
(whole). 10r , cat. 10c
?lte?d, M?c,; ?kkPiw, no ? cat, li to 14? ' f
tongoesM?*IOr. each? l'?rd. ^ '
?Jj*k,*<S?>c.?biiocl>: perch. SOoTbunoti;
tronf is^w*?, ?? ' L,b"'*"r"' Uc. * ?.; sslmon
tront. 1?C * ft., abeeph?s<j. 75c.atl W, sturgeon,
VjU5,',r'!; each; salt water lay lor.,
a? ? f. S*S: "';"r "?"II. 40c.do; spota, etc.
cental dozen; large blue fi.h.lie
UAMK? Dccka, canvasa-beck, .?!?? '?? nal-:
bins wine, e| "f p.ir; wiitgeon, 75c I" f 1 ^
P*ir' "???* . 'sch; plover, IV eacn. orto
Hi.*' ?,d ,* J, V*"' ?"W each wookcock,
Mc. each; black birda.Mc "# doi.; rabbin. ktfiV
each; squirrel., IWaUc. escn.
Vksktables.?Potatoes. Irish,40V peck; ?*-eet
T pk:[email protected]#c pkj lima besna, *)<S1S; ~
qnsrt;cabbage, f<31P< V bead;fomat'>e?.2tv-.ra ft)'
f?c ? ,"Incl'. tnrnip.. Wc. f* peck";
?. ?'hl^ai ? doien; egg plant, Sfcflic ; carrots.
5c f buncli; celery, 8&M0c. >? bunch.
Tarrr*-Apples, (Mti-g,) Sixa^or *peck; do.
?i?Vi>'i? i ^WfOc. ? dozen; p ??'?, 40 .
?*J. * Pfc?; auincss, 7Sc.?.fl ? peck; grape.,
l*VUe. >_ round; rhear ots, IsiiJOe V quart.
._2,?/5P E?C1J"'?Ap,,e"i #c- f quart; peaches,
^Kr'^hi.'rrt!S.-; it?. Vih" Toc i bUckb-rriM' j
BCTTU.-Philadelpt.ia print, Mc. V Ih ; New
York, *?c.; choice roll, 4uc.; fair Jo., 30?J5c
I<?. Jk, f doiri. C'hcMie, AMtiObc. ? lb.
?J!"?LT,X ~Chicken., lire, lOt- M?1.00 V pair:
Chi.kena,<ir<H<e.'?l,7Sc.(afljoy pair- nacka Wlii
l.M? pair; Turkey., ?V?J8e. V*, ' ' S1<3,
WHOLES.lb MAftKKT.
FLor* Ajn Ppkd.?B''rans t 8b?w, commiaaion
merchante and wholeeaie dealer, in flour, feed, II
froc?'.!e?^ c''rn?r IHh and B atreeta
? ?, 11 following qnotationa of flonr
i l^ar. iJJ to 10 74 * bbl.;
*10 " V bbl Bxtra?aonthem|
*! to rre #6. Oorn
whii.. Mc, i> bnahel; rto rellow, Sac. Oorn meal.
?? -Ar"T*.8,,\Jr&&*** ~t to* Shipetnff, M(a
40C. f bitahel. Middllnga, 4S?i?0c f bnabek'
> aa,c<?^ market, an furnished by
Lntfrell 4 Co., general commission merchants,
HB Loeleiana are , betwe^i 9th and loth stre?^ts
northwest -Dried fruit-Mackherries, 5?7; dried
cherriea l,s/a?. Botatoee, SO^T.te, ? bnanel; onion.,
*' ?? y hnibelJuriedpeacbee. abKoitU: dried ap
pie,!, <??<; ["-annta, aiJ0?*1.25; iambs. *3
?6(?; calvea. i}[email protected]?8; Ti.ru, V dozen, ?.V?;
chicktna, ie; wool, waahed. ? ft. S6?$?>
fy- t"^V; b"""r< *>@?; common
?'appI?4: aweet pota
t? ?,. SimXfi f barrel; rheannta, *t ?> bil.hel;
arf?rr,r^'"- *l??rrel. Buckwheat ? ?
SS-SI'fa.l H) V cut.
1W) Ion. of liar and atraw were a->ld daring the paat
'*vn8'n,*.,,r"9;? ?'<tflJ5, and atraw
vS?*TU* per hnndred. OBering. haxe been lim
ited and aaiei dull.
Complicated Domestic Kelatio*s -Yes
terday. In the Equity Court, .J tulge Humphreya,
?Mr. .John W. Starr filed au answer to the bill ot'
Marie Antonette SUrr, and the court dissolved
the temporary injunotion restraining tbe de
fendant, ?T. W. Starr, from disposing of his pro
perty. It will l,e recollected that about a month
since the plaintiff , by Messrs. F. Miller and It.
r.mmett Jones, filed a bill for maintenance, on
the ground that she was Starr's lawfully wedded
wile, having married her in 1S69, ani disagree
ing they were divorce.1 in Illinois, and sub
sequently in the year 1STl tney were.remwrieJ.
On this bill a temporary injunction wa? grant
e<l. Yesterday Mr. Starr, by his counsel, Mr.
Richard Harrington, filed hi? an-wer. admit
ting that he was married to plaintiff in Octo
ber, l>j?9, and alleges that she was at that thus
the wife of one Wm. P. Cleery, who now re
sides in St. l.ouis, Mo., but at the time he was
ignorant or thit fact. He admits that they
were divorced in 1*71, bnt denies that he mar
ried her again, or that she had a child by him,
or that she has been a resident of the District
for two years, as she alleges.
Building Permits have bemi issued a9 fol
lows since our last report:?Henry Hoyle, one
and one-half story brick stable In Shepherd's
alley, between L and M and nth and 10th streets
northwest. Itobert I.eitch, two-story brick
dwelling, I> between 12th and lath streets, do.
A. Pollok, do. and Mansard roof dwelling 32 by
82 feet, with stable, corner 17th and I streets,
do. P. McXamara, two-story brick stable be
tween Pennsylvania avenue and C street, and
2d and 3d streets southeast. J. F. Fischer, do.,
brick dwelling 5th street, between F and G
northwest.
Kev. (liosriB O. Little is to be Installed
pastor of the Assembly Church, corner of oth
and I streets to-morrow. By order of the pres
bytery, Kev. S. S. Mitchell, of the New York
avenue church, will preach the sermon. The
moderator. Rev. David H. Riddle, jr., will pre
side and put the constitutional question. Rev.
8. II. Howe, of the Bridge-street church,
Georgetown, will deliver the charge to the pas
tor, and Rev. J. C. Smith, of the Fourth Pres
byterian church, will deliver the charge to tbe
people.
The Coloked Kniqhts Templar. ? Not
withstanding the heavy rain yesterday after
noon the colored KnlgbtsTempiar made a short
parade in K street to Scott Square, where
they were reviewed by Mr. John A. Gray, the
Grand Commander and staff, after which they
returned to their quarters, l.ast night tbe
grand lurnio took place at the Armorv Building
and to a late hour they and their friend* en
Joyed themselves. The visitors from Baltimore
returned this morning.
Suit for Waoeo?,'istice Wm. Thompson
this morning, in an action brought by a servant
to recover a month's wages decided, upon the
evidence brought out by the cross-examination
of Mr. Robertson Howard, counsel for the de
fendant, that a monthly servant, who is dis
missed ror canse before the end of the month.
Is not entitled to recover a month's wages: but
allowed the-amount which defendant ottered,
first deducting the costs of the suit.
THE 4'Or>T?.
CIRCniT COCKT, Judge Ma Arthur ?To-day,
Smith sgt. Jones, motion ror new trial overruled
?lojc. act. O.ui.gs; judgment confessed. Iuens
Dian agf. Scbwartr.enberg; judeoient ml then.
Durham agt. Dr.w motion for l.ave to lile plea
deLied. King agt. Potts and O^ld.borough; mo
tion to aet aside judgment tiled. Kennedy, rseelvsr,
agt National Bank of th*> Metropolis; plaintiff',
death .nggeated, and J.W. Hagruder'a nam. ??
innrted.
POLICE COURT. Sued.-To-day, Joseph
( 00k, Jowph Whiting, Henry McDonald, Daniel
O Brier, Wm. Hack. MariaOrimmage, and several
other, forfeited collateral on charge, of disorderly
conduct Fanny Hall, indecent esaoaur.: As. Bllx
al*tb Herbert, profanity at a public ball; 93. Jane
Hall, loud and bolateroos; ??. James Uhiselv, s
I vagrant, wa? .en', to the workhon?e. Peter Doug
law. profanity; St. Charles Stelyatt, throwing
?lone, in an alley; SI. Mary Harria, larceny of a
.ark and sa.h valued at *11, the property of Naacy
Wileoa; J20 or jail Tor thirty daya, and the
prsrerty ord-red to be restored to 'he oirner
Maria Criminage, charged with aelliug liauor with
out license; fined 9106.
GEORGETOWN.
Mr. Ricbard HcTeBias, a well known
bricklayer of this city and member of the
Bricklayer. Union of the District of Columbia,
died in Baltimore on Thursdav in his 30th vear.
after a long and painful illness. His remains
were brought to Washington this afternoon,and
interred on the Congressional cemeterv. He
bad many friends who will be pained to hear of
his death
Deleoatc* Ei bcted?At the annua! meet
tng of Potomac I.odge, No. 101,1. O. B. B . held
this week. Mr. O. Friendlicb, was elected a del
egate to the national convention of the order, to
be held In Chicago in January next.
Coal Tsadb?Tba coal trade for the week
Cat has been limited by the detention of canal
ats, caused by a sunken boat and broken
Iockgatea, and also by the scarcity of orders
from the nomh and east. The receipts at Rav'a
docks during the week were 1,436 tons, at the
New Central do iks, 3,076 tons, at the Consoli
dation docks, 500 tens, and at the Borden
Mining docks, o,100 tons. Total receipts for tbe
week 10,172 tons. The shipments from Ray's
docks were 4,481 tons, from the Consolidation
dock* 2,000 tons, from the New Central docks
5,111 tons, and from the Borden miaiag com
pany's docks 6.000 tons. Total shipment* for
the week, 1S.W2 ton*.
Ritm News ?The steamer George H. Stoat
cleared to-day for Philadelphia, and the steam
er Georgeanna arrived (ton Baltimore, with a
miscellaneous cargo. The schooner Dunnock
has arrived flom Saulsbury, Md., with 100,000
feet lumber, and the schooner Grey Eagle from
Port Deposit, Md., with SO,0(0 feet do , both for
WheaUey Broe.
Graix Trade?The canal boat Irene Nott
has arrived with 500 bushels wheat fer Joseph
G. and John M. Waters, and the boat A. 8.
Trundle, with 35barrels ear com for H. M.
Talbott. The market for wheat daring the
week has been quite active, all of the receipts
having been sold at fair prices, l/nder the gen
eral financial embarrassments of the country
stid the slow ?ale of flour the market shows a
decline of 3 to 5 cents per bushel.
VAn Illinois man charged a railroad com
pany *35 for running over his wife.
I'cs Moinee has restored corporal punish
ment in Its schools.
aVStealiug timber on the lands of the North
ern Pactflc railroad company Is getting to be ?
leading industry In Minnesota.
?^Coffee Is gett'ng so high prised In G.^argi*
that |>eo|>le are saving p:r?uamot! ?ed to use >s
a substitute.
CITT ITEMS.
I? **wrhblsttioii for viiUrw. gontie
nro should mspw.t tiM large awl tuw<I assort
ment of articles suited la that KIWI of (ieerge
C. Honning. No. 4W 7th strwet. lie orTers did;
new thing- in all hi* departments, vbitb are
veil adapted to the wants or imtlraM of taste
and of moderate mean*, and he Is constantly
adding articles of instrineio value. Hit spe
cialties are One readj-nade clothing, flne gar
ments to order, flne woolens by the yard, atxl
perfectly fitting shirts. His assortment of
gloveo, boeicrr, underwear, Sic., is worthy of
inspection.
Doc* it Piv?-This question is asked about
many investments, but the case is so clear as to
tickets for the giftooncert of the Public Library
of Kentucky, to come off Deoember 3d. that
there ts not mom for a doubt on the subject. It
does pav! When whole tickets are only S3n
and tentlis |A. Wlien St,300,000 is distributed
in cash, in gifts varying in site fiom (290.000
the highest, to t?0 the lowest, and there is one
gift to every fifth ticket, there Is no problem
about the matter. It do?e pay.
0
PlIM't
Cnt Opals,
Alaska Diamonds.
Colorado Sapphires
set In gold,
Fine Plated Jewelry.
For Presents, received at Prigg s Dollar Jew
elry Store, No. 457 Pennsylvania avenue, near
4* street.
?
Dr. BriL's Cough Syrup is an old reliable
Family Medicine, used since vears by thou
sands. it is known to be a medicine of great
powrr. entirely harmless, so that even the
smallest child may take it without bad results.
Tby a glass of Maesev's Philadelphia Ale,
? irawi, from wood, at Russoll & Leonard's Mar
ble Saloon. eo3 *
Great excitkment at Wall's Auction room,
corner Pennsylvania avenue and 9th street,
Friday and Saturday evenings, at b o'clock.
I.aw and other standard books, diamond rings,
pins, gold and silver watches, solid silver ware,
Ac., the property of K. Fulton & Co., 314 9th
street. 2
Thb MARr.LE s aLooif of Kussell Jt Leonard
has l>een refitted; the oyster and eanng depart
ment is perfection, and the liquors all that can
be desired. eo i
Sceferrrb from coughs, colds, bronchitis,
croup, influe'nra or whooping cough, will find
relief in Dr. Wittar's Balsam of Wild Ch'rry,
which has now been in use for nearly halt' a
century, and still maintains its long established
reputation as the greatest remedy lor all dis
eases of the throat, Tungsandchest. 6
To oet rid of the Chilla immediately, take
Dooley's Ague Towdera. They cure perma
nently. eo
Thb Sihoer Sbwihs Machine sales of 1S72
were ?219,?i0. 4,l2-s,wtf
Pl'BB amp Healthy?A glass of Massey's
Philadelphia Ale, drawn from wood, at Kussell
A" Leonard's Marble Saloon. eo3
Pohd's Extract cures rheumatism, bnrns,
piles, ulcers, toothache, sore throet, sprains,
scalds, soreness, old sore*, headache, colic,
lameness, bruises, bolls, wounds, neuralgia,
hoarseness, diairlxra, and all hemorrhages,etc.
Ponds Kxtract differs from all other advertised
preparations in the fact that it is a standard
medicine, treated of in medical writtngs, and
known to be a cure for these diseases. m,th,s,tf
The oisi.y Domestic At e sold at Kussell &
Leonard's Marble Saloon is Massey's Philadel
phia Ale. All others have been tried, and failed
to give satisfaction. eo3
Corks, Etc?"The*-ise for health on daily
walks depend," and sufferers from oorns,
bunions, club, or ingrowing nails, vaschlar ex
cascence*, chilblains, or other ailments of the
feet find quick relief at Dr. White's establish
ment, No. S35 15th street, opposite the U. S.
Treasury.
To prevext Fever and A>;ue th^re is no
preparation like Dooley'a Calisaya Tonic. ?1
per bottle. eo
FoitD'a Extract Is lor tale at wholesale by
Ohas. Stott Co., 480 Peuufylrania avenue",
and by drugguts everywhere. t,w,f,tf
Thermometer* and Barometers are repaired
and made to order by Hempler no ar 4^ street
WfLtcox Jt Qibb's Skwihu Machihb. The
celebrated Bazaar Patterns. Agency at CUas.
Bauai's hoop-kirt and coiret factory.ith street,
Intelligencer building. 10,28
?
Tukoo-Rcrriab Bath?; aieo, Medicated Va
e Baths, for all skin disease, at Dr. Shedd's,
K Street. ? 8,20,6
Thb commuj.itv at large appreciate the use
fminese of Singer's Sewing Machine. _ 1,5
43s/ _ ? \No.439
xJSx.i For JlaMht |8TTTHt
No 439 J
7 th
Street.
PAPERUANUINtiS, rf'C.,
AT
markritehb
Fin* GILT 1'APIRS, a beautirul selection; also,
Plain Papers fur paneling, aith gilt rods, or finish
ing plain, with a full line of medium and low-pricod
Paper Orders for Psperhanging or Window Shade*
punctually filled and satisfaction guaranteed. Terms
cash.
WINDOW SHADES
? ARKRITKR'3,
Old No. 476 7th st. New No. 430 7 b St.
New designs, different colors: Plain Guods In
Pearl, LaTender, Green. Tan, Whit? and Stone
colors, which we make into Shades. Order* for
Paperhangingr, Picture Frames or Window Shades
punctually Ailed.
FRENCH FIREBOARD PRINTS,
In Black and (Jilt and Plain Colors,
MAREBITIR'8,
Old No. 4*6 7th St. New No. 4 39 7lh st.
VELVET PICTURE FRAMES,
MARKB1TER S,
Old No. 486 7th st. Mew No. 439 7th st.
The largest assortment in the District of floe Vol
vet and Gilt, Walnnt and Gilt, all Gilt and Card size
Frames. Terms cash. Orders for Paperhanging or
Window Shades punctually tilled.
BOX OVAL Hi AMES FOR WREATHS,
At Cost,for Cssh. to elo?? them out, at
MABKKITEB'S,
Bet. ? and I sts. No. 439 7th st.
PICTURE CORD AyD TASSELS, PIC1URE
KAILS, fr.
Picture Cord and Tassels, different colon, from
card to portrait size. G 'Id Plated, Silvered and
Wire Center Picture 0 >rd. Porc9laio and Brass
bead Picture Nails, Rings, Ac. Picture Frames
made to ordsr.
Old No. 4B67th st. New No. 439 7th st.
IMITATION WOODS AND MARBLES.
At MARKRITKR'S,
Old No. 4 86 7th st. New No. 439 7th st
Patent and Perfect Representation of Woods an.!
MaiMes, for paneliog halls, vestibules, Ac. Speci
men Pant-Is and all orders satlsfac:orlly filled.
Terms cash. MARKRITRR'S,
Old No. 4t*6. 439 7th st , bet. D and I.
Terms positively cash, unless th-ire is an agree
ment to the contrary when the order Is glren. nS 4t*
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT TAXES.
For the purpose of accommodating the general
public. we time established a
Branch Office at '206 4J? street,
Two Doors above Pennsylvania avenne, we?t side,
near the offices of the District government.
llsving peculiar facilities in purchasing
DISTRICT BONDS,
we ars enabled to supply tax-payers with all classes
of Bonds?receivable in payment of spscial taxes?at
a liberal discount. Prompt attention given to the
settlement of Assessment Bills.
Parlies desiring to invest in District Securities
will find it to their adi antage to call.
DICKSON tr PATTERSON,
Real Estate und Insurance Brokers, bOi
loth street.
Branch Office, No. 206 4l,street, two Dosrs
novS lm above Pens, avenne.
- SOUND FEST
ars indispensable to health, comfort, cheerfulness
usefulness, and long life, and In this busy ago, the
feet being used so oonstantly.lt is found to be a mat
ter of economy as well as comfort to give them occa
sional attention in order to guard against the de
rangements to which they are exposed, or, if ailing,
toootain the guick relief afforded br one specially
skilled in their treatment; and it is a well known
fact tkst thousands of persons, amoug them many of
the moat eminent medical, judicial and political dig
nitarics and others occupying the highest positions
in public and private life patronize Dr WHIT*'8
establishment. No. >39 14th street, opposite the V
8. Treaenrr, Washington, D. O.
Dr. White suLuissfully treats Corns, Bunions,
troublesome Nails, Vascular Bxcre*e.<.c*s, Chil
blains, and other aliments of the feet. His fee to
the general pnblic is 91 per visit. (F?r special
treatment, by thp year or otherwise, the fee is from
P.
HANSON HISS A CO.
FINE FURNITURE,
FRENCH GOODS AND ORNAMENTS,
CURTAIN MATERIAL, Etc.,
4i NORTH CHARLES ST., BALTIMORE
Particular attention given to the complete fur
nishing of dwellings. Designs and estiinatesflt
fumta&ed whan dssired, and the charactsr ofBX
all work guaranteed to give satisfaction, both MBI
as to style and workmanship. novt-tf |
UAimi WM ORANOI wink,
_ BAXTER'S PDRB ORANGE Win.
This delictus wine U mads from the best Florida
this aencious wine is mbb i? m ewi r torioa
Oranges. It is pore, arosaatic, refrashlag, and pal
atable. It poessasss all the well known properties
ofthe orange.
?JoWSf^
D. B. Clari
ail nice, ? 1 par bottle,
he tollowii
o 0. Simms, Nsw Tork avenue: S. Calvert ford,
w. B- Xatwiaie, Z. D. Oilman, ana D. B. Clarke A
Co..Pennsylvania avenue; C. Eolb, J. R. Major,
A.* Stone, Christiani Bros., and k. Hollerith
street northwest.
J. C- BAXTER, Sole Rannfactursr and Patentee,
Washington, D. C. octl*-bu*
SBOEttsrovm iiynmn.
BT T?OMAR?3WLt??. A
?-- --'-* ? U"**Tr* H H*IU un
ir wiftllU DMvor ti ?1 4<>
to????*: Sjscr
m"h?lxV3K m* ';VtStv N?'
J?' HttlafidV liMition to Of rf??t ^n, D o u.
? ^ i W on th? north lUf of BrviM ?trmmt
l2?A T-i "JF"1-1*** l? *ob^r| BntJer, 9??t?o?
cTiSukir?' roBBl"f vltl th? d rth liae
kli !j rST Pt^'r'/ to the corner Int. firm#rl?
Cap.. L. Mackall. oa saul Brl?? ?
ID feet or ? .n; thru northerly p.ral tf with
?^5t*n",rT ""** * *"*J then w<w?er'y parallel to
?f,"*or*' *n,t' <? inters.-1. ih?
Mflotd line or the lwf.ire mrnit. no4 lot leaned to
57nT Bridge street, and the pike, of bf-gia
third ccsL, balance in two equal p.i?in*?nt* at six.
'row day of sale^wTth iitVric*
with natty W> tW parcba?r to par a?l raah d >wn.
line peeerrfd until lut ytym^Dt ? made iuu ? .
S'g.ffr?? ?**???UM&W' AuSkrliS*
7.*?* " /nrchaaer. The Trn-tee rmnx the right
afier^fl. !* i*** not conlfli,'<' with In l<-r dare
2?ti?thM?h I!?"1 "*'*J*1**"/ ?? a>? j?>?
SEES.. .SPEF? ",:m* newspaper publish"! in the
defaulting purchaser.' ,h<> C0,,, "* r"k ?' ,,1#
VhoS DoSfLnta^Aoct.'
B' TH08. dowling. Auctioneer; <.<orgei.vn.
\ ALCABLE SUtiritBAN^PBOPBBTY AT ADC*
llthdaynf November.
J. on the trraimn. at a ,, vi.^.t p m ? _
]1 JIjiL "j ?,ul!i*{'1* J">u' wh e<>atatnl>!g ..?. r
ab. mhiir^^Vuf1 ?n ?>" Conduit r,ad,
dei?e!rf Garget,>wn. nr.- ih. reel
SRSiAJfWi/JSSf; buw*rt'*ud , "uk-'"
_2j!J^5 One-fourth cash; r??idoe in e.iml mar
menu ai ?, 1?, and 1* month*, with lnter?t at a%.?r
"??cured by n 't* * and de> d . f tmst \
|IJ* 2 '"1" " ho u;r.-<J on ea -h L.?t when
??!<], and terms to be c >niplied with iu five <iay?
Conve, ancitg at pnrrha.-r'.co.t y"
no17^ THOM\* PciWLINO Anct
J^PK I4L IMPBOVKMKNT TAXES^ *
I wil! pajr 8P1UI4L IKrROVBMRHT TAX KS
MiKllSPmcnr. BOMlS and .th?rSecnrlti?
of the Diatrict of ColomMa at VCKT LOW KATES
W. BOOTT CHEW,
hi 3 ltth street, Wathington. n o
PQT? tf il? Pronpect ?treet,Oe r*-towi, D r
^ALL AND WTNTIft BOOjf)S.
No 11??1ILH 5*OOT A SON.
n...ZAi*Pi'p??.Street, Qi?r.STowi,
at the Tork, "booght fer caah"
?nrS?7Kto52? ?"-r ?? imreha
GLOvr8 Md Ho'bte^ t'NDERw'l&R;
and HACo"l J^ATlVt AL TIBlTi^iMA*^
NT8HIIIO OOOD8?e?erally* CAR1
wShl1 ??.Fk?iVOTP2fc Rl 08 a5d BuANK*A
(ioons w ^ ?LANNIL8iDd DOM CST 10
lit or It as the'aeajit! ^ ?'addition* to oar
York 'h^n?lL // m *dT*cc", from the large New
vlted. A call and exatninatlon of good* in
_ociM-,m_ JOHN H 8M00T * 80S.
jysw fall and wintib dbi ouuDd.
lr,A|^m^'le f?*?'"} ot LadieoPBISS GOODS,
in ine most fanhiorabl** etjien and c-ilor* iun J
SH?
?inc^ th** rccoat decline in prffr*H?
which enables n? to offer flp)*-ndid DAKG \I WS*
Save money by giring u;a mTm^ "chaaijf.9
.r"
Lut wUI?if"11 'wor'ki^n.wV:^
at jt with a determinati 5n to do it good aad to clean
live, while we know not how to live except we dre
W. H. WHCtTLEVI
PREMIUM STB AM OYEiytJ AMD scotJK
1HU hSTABLlSHMBXT,
49 J'Ttiob *treet, Georgetown, D. 0
8H f m.0P*? fr?m 7 ' m- nu'U ???"<*? f?tr ,T
|\ ichoTT --
ELEGANT ICE CHEAS1 ahd 0Y3TEB
_ . PABLQ1L8.
anfe2g ly g?| High Mre**t, Qeorgetom, p. Q.
bankersT
L*w
IS JOHNSOX ft CO.,
BRnkprn,
HOY and SELL UOVEHNWENT BOVUS
COJAI AND EXCHANGE.
draw bills or exchange in sums
TO SUIT ON
EXGLAND% FRANCE, (r KR !M a v r civp
DENMARKLAyd S'JT'SHlWd Ynd
DENMARK. tOhronABep] octCeolot
DeHMm?m*Dnf^K 'nT'*n to a" bntlneae before the
?0Tlrnmrnt. Capital, Sfnu ooo
C?HA8* WK^fiJS^i u'ITZHC?5h d<?TLir
UHAB. BBADLET, Oaahlet. (oct!7-tr) Prea>t.
pRUDMAN'l IAT1K8I AMD TRlll
compast BIHIIKS HODII,
HOT PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
(Opposite D Treamry.)
"SMBSCPf-??22a -
*"DuLLAM "d
saS^Ssy fdSSiiu "i^)4?^ "iWwU**J'?'.y
B?.if k*1? T^,B PosT Or?ic? Depaktmi^t
"SrS J^Ui
?^7.tf^ndi.hnJlePO*1U- ?-l., ?nd
i?S1L?Lt?uP?~Me-t. A. EBEBLT. V Preat
MTVly T,Be0 ,0 B- PKENTisa'.Oaah'r.
ijADlLIN.U H O D I B
J. H. SQUIRE * CO..
I??6 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
Opposiis Willard's Hotel
WASHINGTON, D. O
? *?r ??Dt. isMrui paid on dipoiiu.
Oollectiona made eTerrwhere,
ap? tr 0?c*r*1,1 0,8 En"' caahed ia adrance.
f "|TlB~BIGELO W,
U Banker.
??3 D STKEET, near Seventh,
I.NT,K18T 0H D*F0BIT8, make. COL
LluTIONB, and transacts ail bosinass connects
with Banking.
CREDIT SALE
CARPETS! ?r
CARrjITS!!
CARPETS!! I
TOB THIS WINTER'S SEASON,
AT G1IAUT RIOl'CIO PRICES,
Will commence at our House,
MONDAY, november 3, 1*73.
H0USEKSEPIB3, Bear in mind w* hw the mo?t
attractive and choice Oarpets
in th* city.
HOUSKKEBPJIRSt Bear in mind we sail Carpets
cheaper than any house in the
city.
HOUSIKEKPKBd, Bear in mir.d wecansnitthe
w<>st economical aad lastidiaiit:
buyer in Carpets.
0 U B
DRY GOODS
DEPARTMENT, en first floor. f? etocked with a
ven large and elegant assortment of Qc-ovls in all the
varied classes.
INSPECT Ol'B PRICES BEFORE PURCHAS
ING ELSEWHEBE.
M*REMEMBER THE ARCADE."^B
WOLPORD k IHItlERS,
?M7 SEVENTH BTBXIT,
??T1 tf Btw? P aad E, sonthwaat.
enii
^PRACTICAL TRUXKl
MANUFACTORY.
IN ('OCR A BE HOME MANPFACTOBE
TBTlfKS
REPAIRED AND COVERED
JAMS* a. TOPHA.n fc CO..
HARNESS SADDLE AND TRUNK MANU
FACTURERS,
No. [?sl? SEVENTH STREET,
Next to Odd ftUotci1 Hall,
?*t; ?'?*? *nd choice Mock of goods In their line,
ki d f"* 0,r #Wn ?l",uf?c,Bre' consisting Of all
'ins
REMEMBER THE OLO STAND,
, aazt U Odd Fallow* Hall
PALMER'S
P .1 T E y T
DOVELEYOKE
SAC QUE SHIRTS!
Patchts* Mabch a, urn
tnnii or Xiuvumi rtT*i Iiki it, isr:
THE ONLY PERFECT-FITTIMG SHIRT.
By the *r*t?n Of the "BOCELBTOE the
surplus material Is *11 taken from the ft n' uJ
placed in the bark b*tw*?n t h*> yokes or wt^nUr
pier**, *i> in<r a sm< <<th aul perfect fr ut aud boa >m.
Tb* fullue** U mji plaited in the ba< k readers fiae
dciu (or ever) moTeasoat at the sboulvlera.
An inimitable ar.-i p rfect (It it guarantee*), a d
all dnplirate orders will ba a fac simile uf ttie or 141
sal. as a paper patten is r*taiu?d of each cumoiner.
LOCKWOOD, HCFTY A TAYLOR,
6*3 PENNSYLVANIA At K ,
are the only manufacturers of PALMER'S TAT
ANT DOUBLE YOE E NACyCE SHIRTS la tk
city or WASHINGTON, O. O.
DOU11LE-YOKK DRESS Mil UTS
MADE TO OBDIi
Si* for #1S, ?1?. #a. and $24. A lar*e Mock of
1SEAI>T MA1)K SHIRTS k.pt constantly ok band
kt Popular PricM, by
LOCKWOOD, Hl'FTY & TAYLOR,
6*3 Pes**. AVI., Bit. 6tm an Tib ?t?
FIXE FURNISHING GOODS
FOR GEyTLEMEN.
KID GLOVES in on* and two Buttons LOOK
WOOD, HL'FTY A TAYLOK, 6*3 r*nn.yK*ni*
aientie, bate received tneir Brsi *bipm*tit< f tb" L ,
U .AT Kid Olo?* in all tb* n*w shade* Thi ?hape
aud stjleol tbeOlorecannotl>* equaled. Trytbem.
POGSEIN GLOVES ?The usual aaaortmeut will
be found. end in addition we will Intridar* the
tiaruur Kxi Olove iu doable aiitcb. A ver> choice
make of Glove. Do nut fail to try a pair.
LOCKWOOD, Hl'FTY & TAYLOR,
683 Pen*. iv*., Bet. 6m and Tih Sr?.
CASTOR BEAVER OLOVES-THE CIIOS^ON
U the oldest and i>eet manufactured. I'm notkiujt
tin. To be fo oml at
LOCKWOOD, HCFTY & TAYLOR'S,
6*3 Pejs, Ave., Bit. toTH all: In Sr?
DRIVING GLOVES in one and two bn'toat, In
Lisle Thread Tilbury d Cloth, in Tilbury'd, D *
?kin Tlllury t. Oaator Bearer Tilbury'd, and m
eral otber desirable styles, at
LOCKWOOl), HUFTY A TAYLOR'S,
Bat. 6th and 7 th ?t?. 6*3 PiEb. Avi.
SCABF8, TIES, AND BOWS, is all tb* saw
shape* and colon, just received at
LOCKWOOD, Hl'FTY & TAYLOR'S,
Bet. 6th and 7th sts. Ml Plia.iTi.
SCARF BIROS AND PINS. An elegant assort
meat of tb* latest style*, at
LOCKWOOD, Hl'FTY A TAYLOR'S,
Bet. 6th and 7th ?t?. 6*3 Fix*. Avi.
COLLARS AND CUFFS You can find all tb*
ntw shape* at
LOCKWOOD, Hl'FTY dt TAYLOR S,
Bel. 6th and 7th *ti. *13 Fm.Art.
WARM UNDBR-GLOTHING in all nza*, <ioal
lty and price*. Tlx:
WHITE COTTON FLANNEL SHIRTS AXD
DKA WEKS.
WHITE SHAEEH FLANNEL SHIRTS AND
i)RA WARS,
RKD TWILLED tLAXXEL SHIRTS ANV
DRAWERS
CART WRIGHT ft WARNER'S I'NDEBSHIBTS
atd DBAV ERS, in medium, heavy, and extra heavy
Heights; alio, their BED CAS1IMEEE, lntwu^ual
itieeat
LOCKWOOD, Hl'FTY Jt TAYLOR'S.
Bet. 6tb and Ttb sts. 693 Penn Avi.
AMERICAN M ANDF ACTVRED INDER
SBIKTS AND DBA WEES -We bar* **T*ral Hue.
of Ibeae goods to otf*r, and tfaer are fast taking tb*
piece of Enclish made goods, they be lac much let*
id price and equal in texture
LOCKWOOD, Hl'FTY & TATLOR.
6*3 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
SILK CNMERSHIBTB AND DRAWEES, ia I,
IS ecd 16-thread
LoCKWeoi'. HCFTY A TATLOB hare a I All*
stock now in stor*. and wtll **11 tb*m at popular
pric**. Partle* in want will do wall to parckaa* at
one*, when all alzea can be hat.
Call at
LOCKWOOD, Hl'FTY & TAYLOR'S,
Bat. 6th aed 7th at*. 6*3 Pin* Avi.
LOCKWOOD, Hl'FTY * TAYLOR'S,
Bat. Eth and 7th ??. 6*3 Pi**. Avi.
LOCKWOOD, HUFTY k TAYLOK.
6*3 PENNSYLVANIA AVEECE,
GROCERIES &<?
fWiCH ?,(H*U>.
jtut imports
i inXEo r?Tirr p >t?.e?tr*aa?
RoxE8CH*ari<;i'?*?>
(OluKltL SVPRRFIMB V\XILL\ itO
CHix t'LATB
ivlo?HL CHiU'OUTt TtBl.IT*
SArn tlT - OBIHU KS
OOBBICBOPB
APRICOT JAB IS J ARB
* v ?rs~?KL?.
octBPeoffi liH r I'm*
|| ams. nrtufi pore. Ac
H Alt.
Snaar cared BHOCl PKtt*,
P.i-rthiT. BREAK P AST BIOOM.
Ifliri < Uar r' h K , PirtM ?,
Berth". H in BOLotlBB CAI AAOB,
Prime LBAF t.ARP.In**?t lift Tim.
Don! le teflaod LAIK.It bunk,
Jtut received airf f r aalr t>< _
BBOWKIWfl A MII?Dt.BT>B.
NiV li!* Bo BIB PetiaetLeina >??.
|\I** BlCkWllRAT ?
N ?w ,ork f|]T.r
ccuum "" rws
RAIBIHB.
ALMOMPB.
W A LB I TS.
MALAGA GKArrt)PBCABiS
KooatBC rw*rfOAiiniEs,
Fit*1 P na* H ?? ?, f | 7|.
I.?H ITMIK.
PIMM fA %f II V UKOiKKtiS.
octJ4 tr 1"lte
^|INCB MEAT fkl IT*, Ac.
A jtor*V ru bral*d MINCE HUT. tube Wata,
tu**. half t ?t rein *: J barrel*.
N?m Currant* ??*?? L irt> ni Citroa. If
0Tapa, cr??r B< rd*aw* A n? ?n?U. Prtcu * ? Pa
r?r fch??ll Atf> Mf, Br?ltah Wa!tx;t?, Cr*?aui Hut*.
fiibtTtn, P'i-Uf. Ac., Ac.
Ju? r*c?*iT?<1 ard f??r h?
tmouKiwo a mrm triN
oct# *w In ? 1U Penr*> |\a*ta *\ ?on*
IZ^Rarfcet Irao.lktM door* frctn Mi at . J ^
FAMILY OKtH'KR,
Baa for eelr loo bbla A pelea eeleeted for family nee
IOC> bnehele extra Bar Mortbern 1'utatoae
rtnrat *.*tra and lannu Floor
Bttra Cream and Pin? Aprl* CIiii?
Fleeet old ???ar okred Mania In the can're
?***?; *fr,,c?- Old MHuam Java, Maraca I, ?
and Rio <
Rich rajorM ? P.Oalett. and Japan T-ae
?Hk-ndJ' Cttrr"'u' Ohroa, fip. aod N of a of
Tke flneet flavored old Braodtx ?Met lea aed
Wiaee. IHWM pure. Mew Ma. karri. eery fat
and superior.
Family trada ?ill8?d It to their beaeBt to eternise
my ttotfc aud cheap pncea octU It
DCCAVBtAT, BTBl'P, Ac.
pound* M* YORK BITIW HBAT. fre.1
ffroond.
fund. URAIIAM Pl.orB fraahfr. OBd.
SO ?< jra prime HI'TTRR
i barrrla BAMCT KTfcUP.
Joat tKrlnd.atid for aala hy
BHO"S!Kl A HIDnLKTOB.
Oct P aojw Bo. 610 P^nnaTl. anla a? ? ttoa
urnui Tarnct a caM
QBOCIR8,
MAMNIC TKMPLB.
Ourwt tlb aod P atn?U,
oerosiTM v. s. path/it ortjci,
HAVt OH BAHB
THE FINK.ST UKAPES,
TUB CHOICEST QOSHEM BUTTER,
HE FINEST grAl.ITT SCUAK CCBKL*
HAMS,
THE WHITEST PLOUB,
THE BICHEST COFFEES,
THE FINEST TEAS,
THE H1GHK8T UKADE SPICKS,
AMD
THE HIGHEST GRADE CIDER VINEGAR,
TO BB BAD IB WABHiBQTOB.
0/r* CS A CALL.
?Lraonzo TDmasbcv.,
. V HOCK US.
Maacclc Temple, corner *ta aad r ptraata,
ae?S tr Oppoatt* V. B. Patent OUtA
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
?CAM BOILS FRANK BARHlM
JCAN BOTH t CO.,
MMAL ESTATE ANU KOTK MHO* MS,
Mo. 00A 1Mb atraat, <'ppoaiu 0. B. Traaaurr .
FOB BALB-A haadaotne HOTfB oa 1 Mreet.
B Bis. A new larse doable BOL'BB.aoraar Hat
and B. BOrBKHo.lOlO Maaaacbaaetta aaaaae
HOI SB Mo. Bd street eaat. for aala or rent,
farniabed or nnfarnlebad. A OOTTAUB la WU
lard'i B"?: price, ?1A00. BaearaJ amatl B0( BB?
U (Idli, a mall oaab panaeota. We
w i ta |LM; p
haie MTeral Terr fine FAKMB. Iniarotted and ot.
ln.proTed.oa differ*! t railroad* raDBlad froia the
city, for aale at lo? tic area or axekaaca for cttr
{ir perty SO1 JJOC feet ? ORODMD In rarioaa por
ioaa of thecltr for aale at low Bjra>aa, on raar Urtna.
or will exchange for pradactira teprorad proper
ty. t|BU
A fninlaliad H^nae for raat at fig per ni.it.tb
dbal estate dirkctwmv or ma
tl CITY OF W AbBiBUToM.
In aeparau Plata for aaab atiaare oa a arale of Bf??
feet to tka lack, caaiprlaiiia all lota, parte of lota,
aad anbdirialoaa. vltb data aaa uaaeof aanie, cor
rectneaa rerilled bp W?. Pora;th, aag , CUT
Bnrreyor. Alae.tbe aaaawd rain- of (round and
Imaroranenta In aaeb lot, and adeactiptioa of tba
bnildmf material tbaroof, with tka location of Are
plnp*. ?alar mama, and Are alarm atatioaa. and
otkar InformatlwK l-^rin? ia"i tka ralae of prop
ertr ? To ba pnbliabed for anbacrtkara oalj ta aeaiU
weekly noabera.n tt' oxoaad BAr, oack coatala
I l| twanty-fonr anaaraa.
WA*BtS6Ton,D. 0 .Bapteniber II.Utb
Tba pnbllc and tkoaa dealrlnc aack a work are
teroby irformed that I bare roaaentad to the re
inW of Maaara E P M Paetata aad P W fritt
paratr aguare a?.d lot. part of IM aad aakdlTMlon
lathe aama are of record in m> office.
WILLIAM F0RSTTB,
Barreror of the Ittatrlct of Ooloabia.
I alao bare agreed t exaatlaa tka atatlattcal ta
blea to be fnnilahed In the rt?I maatlna t put 11
cation,ao that Itie Information la tt-em will ba aor
reel and In coofornutr with tka Homarical Book
and other recorda In my cbarce.
WILLIAM W)R0^>. Tax Clark.
After moat careful Inreatlpatloa aod laqatry we
are tborowhl) aatiafiad aa to the facllitiaa and abll
tr of C"l. Paafata to prepare aack a "Real Batata Di
llaM.e aud of ?alna to tha pabtlc raaerali^ We
bearttly raccmmaod hi* lalat prlaa ta i
and all to whom aacb a work
FITCH A POX.I
Macrlptioaa and ortfor* win B* Paeef rod at tka
oAcea of_
A Bon. dBl Ptk atra
Iraaia arena*
' A. B. PBATT A Bo*. dBI Btk atraat northweat
B. P. M. ruitt, ld??
W AlBTii ? "? '* 1 *
fin llMtkHPlnii
ox, Real Batate Broken, 1 *?? Peon
?Tlvaala arenoe, oppoatt* Ike 0. S Trikaarp.
Bampl* a tun be ra map bo aaaa at attkar of tkaae
officea and a proa pact aa will be forwaPded apoa ap
plication to aap akdreaa a* may k* desired
Aa It la ooataaaplatad to
< aad rmtUtktrt.
EsT*Bbisa an
IBIS ffi.
St A AM OTMB AMD BOOWMMM.
Ba. UB ^'" ty ylALi iTtm, (Om
II
DOOM. I
MOULDUM, MC+ ?
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