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THE EVENING STAR. ?
KllilMtAY November N INSt).
The H eather*
indications to-day. j
cfticr of the crisp signal ofticir)
Washington. Nov. s. isso, a.m. ( .
Frrthe middle states, generally clear weatUor,
Iciir.w 1 d Dy Increasing 'oudiness, winds backing
to viai mcr southerly .with lower barometer. c
RANGE ok the rEKKMO* 4TKR. f
Tfce folic wing are the readings o t m ifcermom- ^
et.r at the Signal online during 'he day:?7 a.m., ,
340; 7:35 a.m., 37?; 11 a.ra, 51*; 2 p.01., 55?. v|
Maxim urn. M: mtolnram. 33. 1(
Yesterday (Sunday), November 7, the tber- t
dm meter at the signal o.liee. In this city, stood t
a.s follows: 7 a.rn., 43 ; 7:3-> a.m., 11 a.m.,
47C; 2 p.m.. *> ; 3 p.m.. 51?; 9 p.m.. 42?; 11 p. ,]
id., 41=. Maximum, <??; minimum. 41 s
LOCAL NEWS. ?
u
rondenwl l,o(al?. v
street lamps will he lighted at 9 p. m. and
extinguished at 4:30 a. m. li
?>n Saturday nteht a two-story unooe iplel a
f; ame house near I vy ( !ty, owahl hy the Freed- w
m<-u s Btnk. was destroyed by fire. Loss, Fkm. fc<
Mis. S. Gray, ot California, having donited
the hcuse and lot No. 55 11 street northwest. f<
lor a Baptist home for aged and Indigent "
wemen. especially those of this District, K>v. li
Dr. cuthbe rt, of the 13th street Baptist church,
yesterday morning made an appeal lor aid for '1
iLis Institution, w hich resulted in a h.tnd-som > o
erl iectlon. t]
liev. John Norton, t he ne^v reet >r of St. Jolin's n
<P. E.) church, officiated yesterday in that C
church for tfce first time. f:
A service In memory of the late Lather E E
S eleb was held yesterday in the Congrega- w
tit nal church, and his services as superintend- I'
rnt of the sabbath school were feelingly
spoken of. o
A your.g man named Kramer, living at No. 7y n
Myrtle street, was accidentally shot in the kae? t
Jrint ivhLe gunning in the mtrshei on Satur- b
ciay. He was cared for at the Children's hos- ai
pltaL a
Patrick Hasseil. the boy who wa3 run over by ai
a tr. in at ivy City. Saturday, October 9. and
who had his teg amputated, is still confined ro j t<
the hospital. Yesterday the upper portion ot j a
his teg Lad to be cut off, Inflammation having P
set in. p
I ?-u.y Hipkins and George Metauley. the two d
white n.en who were arrested ov office/ Harlow
early yesterday morning with a set or burglar's h
tools in rhclr possession, were charged la the It
Police Court to day with being suspicious per- ai
sons and vagrants. Mccauley was sent to the 1'
workhouse for i?:> days and Ili^klns was re- ; ti
leased. j ni
Capt. Edward Tyler, for many years an oyster , di
dr? oger and dealer on the lower Potomac anJ '
Chesapeake bay. died about 4 o'clock vesterday n:
afternoon at Providence IIcapiiaL where he was b;
; ect a few days sir.ee to be treated for jaundice, li
lie was well known in this city ar:d Baltimore, tl
ar.tl especially among river and buy men, for ai
his Integrity?>i character and fair and iionora- 01
b!e deal'ng. lie was ">"> years old and resided &
with LL-; family at Peach Orchard, Wes'-norc- h
land county, Va., where his 'emalns will be sent n
fo~ Internment. t
S^nnie Dick, a newsboy on The stak. sold tt
twelve hundn-d and forty-one copies of the li
tiouhie-sheet on Saturday evening.
The Alleged Exodus l.eader. t
JtOtMENTS on t11s habeas corits application
TLe case ol Samuel L. Perry, the alleged e\o- si
dus leader, who was arrested on a requisition
from North Carolina for forgery and placed, by [[
Judge Cartter. In custody of the agent of North w
Carolina, on whom a writ or habeas corpus was ac
issued by order or .Judge Wylie. was resumed
bt fere that judge this n.ornlng. The ca3e hav- p.
lug been argued on Saturday by Mr. Wilson ar
I t petUtoiier atid Mr. Davis for the state of ?ii
North Carolina, to-day Mr. Merrick mad.-the aL
closing argumtnt for the state and was ioilow^j t)
by Mi. Gr?ecer. D,
The arguineiit was concluded at two o'clock. r,
ai d Jud^e Wy lie reserved his decision till Wed- Ds
ne;day morning. lo
1 r.e fi'mrai cf tfce late Ky land KufT ;son of
Mr. J. a. RutT) took place from his father's rest- Mdei
ce. No. lCt'4 Massachusetts avenue northwtit.
yesterday afterroon. Her. K. N. Baer, of
the Metropolitan M. E ^Larch. otficiated and
delivered an impressive sermon, after which the vl
ren ulLs wer^ oorne to the hearse. Messrs.il. \
s. '1 ayicr, Robert Wiliett, W. s. Towers, E. rir
Atctaader, II. Goodrich and A. C. Towers were
the pall-bearers. Tfce Interment was made In
tee torgrt^slcnal cemetery, a large cortege
fellowirg tfce remains to their final resting '
place* ad
Tite Iilsh make- BulLs, but only tfcti American
fropmtors make Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, t Wi
??- n_
Tbs B'.JOr Otera Company, which conv?s to
Washington loaded with praises from Boston "
ai.u ex t ry place where it has exhibited, opens p1
lo-n'ght at the National Theater. The company L'L
rnsents two comic operas, "Charltv B-glas at f'J,
ilouie ai.d "The Spectre Knight."' The musie 8(1
1- si d to be very pleasing In froth of thcm at :
there is plenty ot fun. The company is com tli
P'std or well-known artists, it will douo i-ss tc>
dri. w gcca w i
?
. NTTjn states govemir.en', Disrrl 't an.l al; fft'
li.vestir.ent "securttles dealt in. i orcigu e.\- ti.
ctaiige fccu^hi and soid. stocks carried oti tL
maigln. li. D. Cooke, .ir., Co.. Bankers, ujj f
tl" _______ f ,n
The oovbrntiknt Printing Ok kick gark{eli> tfc
am> ahtbvk Civb met Saturday eveeiag, Dr
A 111 ec Thomas in the chair and K. Klngsmm in
secretary. It was agreed to keep up the club ic
organi/a;ion untu after the 4th of M iren. It ca
was stated thiii the ladies employed lo rhs tb
printing office ha .e purchased a handsome flag siw
ai >i ftaff. arid will some timedurlng the coming ]
week present It to the club. The following je
eonBiEltiee was appointed to make the arrange. })
m its for rtceiviiiK the flag:?Messrs. Shaw, ! ]
H h?tmore, clapp, Klngsman, Fordham, Bialr 1 m
aLd Cox. j tic
I>tJl'F.-T ON T11K BCRNT Clill.DREN.?Dr. Pat- j fL
terscn. the coroner, yesterday held an inquest ' i
upon the todle-s of John ilcnry Young, ag- d 7, ! n?
aiiU Mary Young, aged 4, children of Jam-* ??
Young, a colored huckster, who were burnt to i
death on Friday Light. The children were rr
locked up and left in the house while their par- ^
G?ts weie at J -/reel Church, about a mile a*ay | ratd
whtn the house was c irned the children l\.
were ioasti d to death. The parents said that I f
before they left the house that night to go to
church they extinguished the lamp, and that i n,
there was no r.te in the house. Nothing else ,
ai peared to justify a suspicion that the Ore was 'rJ
11 cei diary. The jury rendered a verdict * tiiar i
the caM John li. ar:d Mary Young came ;o their y.t,
d< aths about > p. m. November 5. at th.-ir i
residence, No.::: ?ih Hrret southeast, t-y being : J",
uiiit to death while tfcetr house wa15 oa tire*
tl- manner in which the flic originated is un- } !,
known to tfce jury." ^
?: ha
tr.' ?e of oir Patrons who contemplate lll<
fc-.vit g portraits made before the holidays, will "H'
i kase .et us fcave tlielr ordei"s as scon as po-sllie.
Rice Eros. v . em
? slg
usees in ike have lieen tUed aa follows: ' an
K< i,Leth Snicot et al to Emma Ten Brook, lots } ( i
is to s?j. iv4; f?. T. E. Aaggaman. trustee ' t?l
to A. B. Brow n, lot 9. sq. *;:i. H. w. ii ttes ! < n
to v. \v. Ward, lot oa. i-tj. ass; $3.5t?>. Kees 1111
Evans et al. to C. c. lieineke, lot >, s<|. 4T; $1,530. 1
v. a. Abed to T. 11. Ferney, lot 'i\, sq -J ' ma
c. M. Matthews, trustee, to W. W. Leibert' lots at
12 and .3, tq. u*, ' ]
? ? en
Tkb (iEOKGKtown Wipe Beater.?In the i ar.
Pcllt t? curt this morning Michael c. Caton, of ! n t
Georgetown, a middle-aged white man, was ! tin
charged with assaulting his wife, Kosana caton. i th<
who is an elderly woman. Mrs. Caton took the tlu
s' aLd atd testified t hat her husband came home v 1
k.n Wednesday, partially intoxicated and an- .la
patently in a goe.i humor, and halloed th
Hurrah ror Gaiaejo," and tLen Raid to her: t '
"1 Le Pre: -dent that you wanted was not elect- !
ed. ' Witness tnen went out into the yard to j ,
cut seme wood, w hen she was suddenly knocked '
down by her husband, who beat and kicked her i '
tu n.ercifuliy. Mrs. t'aton here stated that she ,:K
believes 'hat her husband is insane at times,
ard ttat it would be tetter to send htm to the
lEsane asylum than to jail. The Court imposed .J
a ftte of or ?> days in jalL 2}"
1 d
those in want of boys' and children's clothing s'r
si < v;ld pen.se s?ks .v Ca's advertisement la an
another column. i
* ol
impok'i ant sa> ii^-The colle< tion of Imported Arariets.
nigs, etc.. to be* soid by Dow ling on M<
Wednesday, is one that merits the attention of Be
al: n rsens Interested In such goods. Not only sic
K n the largest ever exhibited h re. but it also so
comprises some of the best specimens, both in M;
size and tjuality. w i
? gjr
Mh i ek a Jones, agents for Coilend?r's ceie- iic
brareo blihard tables, are prepared to execute fo.
all kinds o( bllltard work. A postal Card, ati- u,
d'esaed 1 heater Building, will have prompt at- ii?
i option. |
The Post Office Assault Cask.?To-day. in
the Police Court, Mr. M. C. Rerdell was ar- ?'<
raigr.ed on the charge ot an assault with Intent ^
to kill George H. ticidings, on Thursday last," at ,V
the Post Ofiice- department, Mr. Jere Wilson apCa
lug for him. The prosecuting attorney,
r. Hayden. presented a certificate of Dr. w. w.
JohLstor, stating that Mr. Geddiugs is contlned
to his b *d, sufiering from injuries to the heal <3f
from blows by a blunt Instrument, and It Is lmpossible
now to determine their extent, bur.
they are sufficient to cause some apprehen3ioa a!
ot danger. Mr. Hay den asked a continuance of
tue case, which was granted, until Saturdiy ,5J
next. Mr. Iteideil had given bond In 3500 wuh OI
Mr. t.ron as surety, and this wa3 increased to
w hich was given. gj
Eiuors Disorders, liver complaints, costive- ?i
teos. dyspepsia. ?c., are speedily removed by
Dr. Jayne s sanative Pills. Forty years u?e has It
j roved them superior to all other remedies for
iLe cure of the various diseases for whio j they
rtfcmmonnrt. In tuei- action they are CI
n !ld slu eertain. atd may be ta?en at any time U
wiUu,ul ifck iioia expofcure. j K<
Ttoe Liqnor I>lccn?e Ajriiation.
vkktin'o of i'astcks todat.
The meetiLg or the pastors o! the District
burches. on the subject of licensing the sale of
iqtior, wi.s held at the patlois of the Foundry
t. e church this mornjng?Rev. J. G. Butler
d the chair, and Kev. I- C. Morgan secretary.
i communication was received from the L>isrlr?
commissioners as to the course they hid
oar feed out A report was made from the cojiriTtee
to confer wuh the school board, stating
bat the committee had organized and male
omeprosnrsK. Kev.Mr. I.lttle called attention to
he t hre;.t of the liquor dealers to prep ire a list of
usiness men who refnsed to siyn appllehtloas
c-r llcei-ses with a view of injuring them In
beir business, and he moved that a counter list
prepared. If it was fair on one side U was
air on the other, and he urged that they had
be same right to say that those who signed
iiouid not be patroni/nd.
Kev. Dr. Rankin said that the embarrassment
t one of the 'ommisslonerswas more apoarent
o him to-day than before, for he had seen a
st or hts bondsmen, and several liquor dealers
rere air org them.
Rev. Mr.Kichardson was not in favor or cirryDg
out the suggestion for a counter movement,
nd he believed that it they (the liquor dealers)
rent on In their proposed course they would be
orry for it. ror they would rals; a storm.
Kev. I)r. Rankin said that; the results would
ollow naturally, and that It was not necessary
>r the m to say that these namessaould b; pu tithed.
Rev. Mr. Ktlly said It must b3 remembered
tiat th?- liquor dealers association is conposed
f grocers as wt 11 as the retail sellers. He no: ed
bat Mr. Jatats L. Barboar. oni ot the brnds;en
or a Commissioner, harl stated that the
ommlssioneis were on their side, anl me
ct that Mr. Barbour, Mr. White and Mr.
!ume. all bandsmen, were on the coaiaiittee
hlcti waited on the coinmlsdoaers in the In
?rest or the liquor dealers is significant.
1 ev. Dr. Mason remarked that me* suggestion
t Mr. Little did not strike Lira favorably as
ist. tut they must consider that m:> l'qtor
e-.it is had called to all the groce:s, except permits
half a dozen, and that iney hud las a ine
peresslve. The p:?sror3 had stir'*?d the m ?w,
td they were In the midst or a light, and in- 1
rtivlty now may be disastrous.
Kev. D. Relllcy remarked thU be would lite
? Lave such a lisr. and that he did not. see why
giocer who did not sell Lquor could not 1
ro>p'T. There had been ostracism la ths
oil; leal world, and when the gauntlet Is thro a n 1
r?wn, why not aecept It?
Rev, Mr. Llchardson said that their points |
ad bt en controverted, and ho suggested mat
was the Commissioners they had to do with,
nd that was the main line of attack. If the <
quor dealers publish those who sign for taem 1
;ey have the moral eflect of all those who do 1
ot sign their applications. He would no-, bi
Iverted from the main lint by every guerilla. :
Kev. Mr. Leech said a grocer hid told htm that.
iany sold liquor, for they were torced to do to
y the competition. He was In tavor or pub- '
thing the names and advising the congr *ga- i
ons to patroni/e those who diet not sell liquor,
nd he was certain there would be less selling
r liquor next year than tbls. He had seen the ]
ames of trustees of churches on applications 1
ad he would advise that they look to this, an I
jot such signers out. Rev. Mr. Wheeler sa'.d
;at in hischurch (Waugh) they had a strong <
mperai ce society, with an iron-clad pledge <
e would like to see the matter more explicit 1
Kev: Mr. i.lttle added to hl3 motion that sueii i
st be ps epared to be reported to this meeting. i
Kev. I?r. Parker said that it would be well to t
iste such a list to know where we stand?to l
dow where the enemy are massing. He do- t
red such a list tor information only. s
Rev. Mr. Richardson suggested a resolution l
cltlrg the action or the liquor dealers, and s
at the membership be urged to deal with those c
ho do not sell liquor. The motion was c
lopted. r
Rev. Dr. Mason said the liquor dealers were t
t paring a list or those who refused to sign,
iO l:e would like to know who they were. It s
id been stated that a trunk dealer was one, s
id he would like his name so that he could k
row his Influence to him. (Voices?make a 1
ntion brother.) He moved that those who had 1:
lused to sign be requested to send their c
imeswitli statement or business, place, ?vc.. a
the secretary ot the meeting, Rev ' c. Mor ;
n, cso l; street southwest, cr a pastor; adopted. I f
The fol!'?~.'!ng v. re appointed to prepare a j
toi business men who have signed appllca- j.
ins: Rev. Messrs. McKenney, Little and WU- s
n.
Kev. Dr. Lanahan remarked that he was ccnnetd
that even this action might b<; mis ion- I
rued. It might be looked on as inquisitorial I t
lless theie was a reason stated, a ad he su^- I <;
sted that, the resolution have a preamble re- I a
ilrg that whereas the liquor dealers have s
fee this inquisitorial action. I r
The vote by which Mr. Little's motion was | t
lopted was reconsidered. t
Dr. Lanahan moved a preamble, so that, it I i:
ill read: "Whereas it is reported mat at a i
eetirg of the Liquor Dealers' Association oa I t
L>vtml>er 4tL, it was agreed that each member 1
poit the names or ail who refused to sign ap- I t
ication; Tfuretort be it rtmnred, That a list of j
oiliest* men w ho signed applications be pre- ?
red and reported to this msetlug." This was | r
iopted.' I f
liev. Mr. Leech offered a resolution reciting I 3
at it having come to their knowledge Ih i' j j
rgenes bad been committed in c-onnectlon | j.
th the license law, declaring that their ob- j ^
:t is simply that the lie-use law should b: j s
imtully carried out. It uad been represented n
at t^is was an unnecessary movement o;; a
e part of t he ministers. g
Rev. Dr. Lanahan *ald that it had b?en stated
the public prints that they were inten- rin? ji
ith ice t ommLsaioners, who were enforcing f
e law. g
Rev. Mr. McKenney said that there was an I
piefchlon that they regarded the movement t
the light of Interfereace. He instaa:^la I f
se of a prf^tertj- holder who took tha ground f\
at th?- movement had induced persons to I j.
rn applications who had never signed before. I s
Kev. Mr. Kelly.?There were tkW licenses last. I
ar and but 35y or 4?x> dealers have applied
la j ear. f<
Kev. Mr. McKenney continued?There are
iny today who have not ma le their applici- J
ms and are yet selilDg. ne had not a word of T
t alginent for the commissioners,but facts are I<
its. ard the law was being violated. o
Kev. Dr. Noble said than it was apparen> thnt a
the licenses last year fully one-half sh )u!d ri
t have tn*eri issued. I >
Kev. Mr. Richardson said that they com I i>
need by chaiging that the law had not b -en >
forced, and the facts were that every bar I s
om license expired on the 31st or oi'ober: and C
t ihose who had not applied had their plices iJ
en today. | e:
Kev. Mr. Little suggested that the resolution o
ly cited one or two reasons, and be suggest-d O
reneial charge or an enumeraiioa or all tli-- R
isols. ai
^v. Mr. Leech s.dd that some words had I II
n atid< <i. so that the preamble will" read thai M
y have positive knowledge or forgeries having n
ti committed; that In many Instance d iluiu ol
)\ isioiis and law atid reguiatioos made there- I >:
d( r have bevn utterly ignon d, and thar. they r(
ve through the whole movement recognized I ti
1 licence law. The paper as amended was | tr
t^pteo. tl
tev. Mr. I>fech called attention to the refer- I I.
ce ot the question or heads ol departments I d
r.ing licences or protests to the President. I m
d f-aul tbat he had bee;u Informed that last I ti
it there was some difficulty as to a patty ob I ti
mng a licrnse. and a high officer of the gov- |
imtxt. amcbg others, waited on the Cvjm- I
vSloner^ and secured the license. I ^1
iev. Mr. McKenny said the statement just I Sl
ice had emanated rrom him, but he was uot 1 ^
liberty to give the tame or his informant. I
<ev. Dr. Mason offered a resolution that a
imlttee b*' at ix inted to wait on J udge j ames j "
d ascertain lr some arrangement could not b? I al
ide to trj- the appeal cases. He remarked that | s?
re ate to4a|W such cases, and some of- I !l
tm over a year old. The judges do not like I
ise cases, and when cases are appealed tli - }
ttejses have been spirited away. If Judge I ?
mes; could be induced to give them relief in I
is matter they would do a great deal. |
The resolution was adopu-d, I \\
OTHER MEKTINiiS.
'The Thought Exchange" which meets at | *;
Mnadge hail, had the liquor lie-ease question
ror dlsctission yesterday, and Mr. Justh j 11
Lia-ed that ir the restrictions on licenses were ,
noved there would be leas liquor used. A j
u,ber of addresses were made on the other j }
Ic Last night the Dashaways oceapled I ^
llmadge hall, Mr. Eagleston presiding. The I 41
iting was accompanied by organ and cornet, I ..
d after an address by the president, exrlentes
were related by Ed. Humphrey, 11 F. | lc
Iphant. T. c. Spurgeon. George M. Fiiimore, I
11. Waicott, A. J. Rock, .1. T. Lewis, T. K. ,
Intyre, Ed. O'Conaer. J. A. Perkins, W.J. 1
ijd. J. II. Ulltor., IaI. McCauley. Frank Ree- I J1
ie, C. C, Hall. James C. Lee and L. L. Nlchol- | la
n. Mr. Hunter, ot Baltlonore, Md., A. T. I "
iupln. Miss Adle spurgeon and Judge Hollo- I y
ly made addresses. About rorty persons I
Led the pledge ? A tempersncc company or |
is s in Blue was effected Saturday night, the I
low li g officers being elected: Captain, Geo. I 11
Fillmore; lieutenants, H. B. Moulton and I 11
liver v. Nelson; sergeants, L. H. Pa'tersoa. "
. D. Mack. T. C. Spurgeon. A. L. smith and ^
II. Ferear; corporals. ('. II. Wordej , L. M *l "
aves, Charles W. Sherwood. Robert H g1
,"hell, Ed. Humphrey. W. s. Norton, J. v. J n
i n.pson and George C. Wooley: treasurer, <
p. Holloway; marshal, Alex. Eaglcitoa.
Taylor & IIcfty, 933 Pennsylvania avenue. |
i\e to-day received a new lot or one hundred _
zen of the celebrated Foster patent laced kid
o\e. The demand and popularity ot tuiove
is increasing rapidly. The many annoy- g
ce* connected with the old system of button 5
ovis are entirely overcome, and four ltnp'r- i ^
nt Edvantages ser ured?1st, ease and rabidity 1 D
fat tenlng; 2d, adjustability to fit dirferent g
rteit; 2d, gradually straining the kid, instead ; j,
teailng, which happens so frequently with j,
11 ton gloves; 4th, the fastening will outlast c
jy gk ve, which is a very rare occurrence with j.
ittons. WUl guarantee a perfect nt in every i ti
stance. t c
sc mb Spicul Baroain8 are now being oflered.
lose et onomlstft are urged to call and examine 1
ie stock at the Boys'clothing House of B. u
.Mown 4 CO., M Pa. aye. t s
x?gfl*c?n??
Tke ftlirtti .Tlurdcrcrs.
A COHMITATION OF T1IB DRATH SSNTENCE PROBAf-LE.
Counsel for lion. Bedford and Qaeenan made
argument. before the Attorney General and
Judge Gray, the paraon clerk, to-lay, in behalf
ei the three convicted men. Messrs. Coyle,
smith and fleyward, of counsel, were Dresent
and District Attorney CorkhllL Mr. Coyle' who
has managed this case ver> well before the depart
irent, was th<* principal talker. The whole
^?wassone 6vPr- Tho point' sought to bj
made was to establish a doubt, as to wheth-r
the convicted men were the guilty ones. p iinr*
of evidence were directed and argued uK?
The hearing lasted an hour. Nothing new vr is
Prot6^,' The pith of the arguments was
the men ought not to hing, because there
v. as a doubt, as shown by the evidence. The
General did not announce aar
01 indicate what he thought
if the matter. He win this evening
confer with the President,
and a decision will then be made. The
Attorney General was too busy at the Supreme
Court this afternoon to bring the matter to the
President s attention. Of course It is impo-wlb.e
to say what rtie decision will be. It is pretty
safe, however, to predict that the men will not
h !Gg. Th?y will not b? pardoned, of course.
1 heir final disposition will, in all liKelihood be
a c< mmutatlon df the sentences to lmprlsoament
lor life.
The P?pe-Butler Homicide.
To-day, In the Crlmlne.l Court, Judge James
the t cse or Win. Pope, colored, charged with the
rnu der of John F. Bud. r in Georgetown, tn
Ji^y by shooting him was resumed?
M ssrs R.R. Perry and F. II. flowe representing
tue government and Messr3. W. A. Cook and A.
B. \\ llilams the defendant. Mr. ilovve opened
the case to the Jury.
Drs. KlelnS'Chmidt and Mack all, George Jonc*
and Eliza Hotlnson testified us to the wounds
and theihootlt g.
District Government Affalro.
Mr, Thomas B. Kntwlsle. inspector of bidding-,
addnssed a note to the District Commissioners
this morning In relation to action by
the toardof tire commissioners at their last
meet'ng concerning the dampness of walls In
i nick house B. lie states that upon examination
he finds that the dampness Is nothlncr
moiethan ordinary condensation on the walls
of the iruck house when there 13 nofirekejt
ina that It, cannot, be remedied except, by a tire
ar keeping the doors open part of the time.
The walls are new and the lot having hem
fl I Jed eleven feet, repairs will necessarily arls \
and it will oe useless expense to do any till-' to
j^em the only remedy being to dry the air in
Building permits issued by inspector Entwisie
senator cdmunds, repair brick, 1411 Massachu:et.ts
avenue n.w.; f4:,o. James Boudron, erect
x two-story brick dwelling, 6th, between B and
U streets s.e.; $l.ooo.
INTERVIEW OF THE COMMISSIONERS WITH TDK
rntsinuNT.
The District cornn ls&loners waited on the
( resident to-day and laid before him the foiiovvEg:
"OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF TITS DISTRICT
OF Columbia, NOV. 6, The I'resi Juit?Sir;
The license law of the District, of
.oiumbla requires a3 a condition for granting a
Dar-rcom license that the proprietor shall present
? lth his application for license ' the vvrlten
l ermlf-sion of a majority of the owners of
eal estate and a majority of the residents
keeping hou>e on the square where it Is deslrvd
o locate such bublucss. and of the square odp>
>l:e the same.' (Act Leg. Assembly, 23d Aug
s.l, sec. 10.) This requirement has be-m omit
rued to apply only to thesiYfcof the square
>n vbhh the business i3 located, and the side
?. the square fronting on the si reet Immediately
pposlte thereto. As in seme cases it happens
hu^ a public building belonging to the United
itates occupies the entire Hont opposite t ie
quareon which it may be proposed to locate
ucli business, the Commissioners desire to
;r?w whether the assent or dissent cf the
lead of a department occupying such buildlnsi
s to be acceptcd as the expression of an omw*
r iestflriit houf(k\j)T m the sense of tli3 law
rove quoted: ana respectfully request that you
vlil refer the question to the Attorney General
or his opinion, or take such o-tier action in the
remises as jou may deem expedient for the
jUidance of the comndasicnerj in execuiin"?3iu
law.
Signed, per order of the Board,
J. Djcnt, Pres't Hoard Com'rs D. GV'
A discussion on the District laws relating to
his subject was held, the President inquiring
particularly as to them, statim*
t the close that he would refer the
ubject as desired, at the same time exuesslng
his wish that liquor saloons mi--ut
ie kept away from the neighborhoods of public
tuiidiLgs. The conversation look a brief turn
ipuii the pestilential condition of the river flits
ear this city, and the President took occasion
o say that he would gladly co-operate with the
tistriet local authorities In any measure before
,ongres8 looking to their improvement.
THE LlQfOH LICENSE BOARD
.aturday evening approved the issuance of
lecEies to the following persons:?John GlbJ>r.s.
4S Bridge street, Georgetown; Rob't Hoy.
14 llth street; Simon Wolf, Schuetzen Park*
ohn Curtln. i:.9 Bridge street, Georgetown- L.'
Tavenner, Drovers' Rest; Anna M. R iW
iney Branch road: lieubcn lio vzee. loo Brllsre
'reet. Georgetown, i'rotesis were received
gainst issuing licenses t.o Poilr.iobn^n t>;h
nd K streets s.e., and John Wathan ? 4 K
trfpt s.o.
There were three applijadons filed with the
ceme beard today and live were retur ed
"om the lieutenants of police lor action of the
oarci.
T.ie board th's afternoin anrroved ann'i'alons
of the following:?M m. Deltz, 1716 Pennj-lvania
avenue n.w.; I.ouis SchmlB, 702Tth
treet n.w.; Martin Becker. 1322 6th streetran/
Niehaus; and Edward Burrus, looe Pennylvanla
avenue s.e.
The odor o Eucalypdne. used on the skin
)r chap3, A"c., ;s most refreshing. 25a t
TBE BlCHMOND AND ALLBUHANY KAII.ROAD ?
his morning a special car attached to the
ichmond train left the B. & P. depot at 7
cicck, containing the following* pei'sons who
re interested in the Itlchmond and Alleghany
Jllioad, (those from the east arriving by the
frra'" at 6:20 and the ot herd last
ignt:) Mr..i. II. Hopkins, president Pittsburg
outhern Kailroad company; Major T. B.
? earlnger, of the Pittsburg Southern alKlroad
cmpanj; Mr. Bamsey, chief engineer of the
itti-hurg Southern liallroad Company; <;ovrnor
< ornell, of New York; Senator Randolph
t ?\ew Jersey; senator Blaine, of Maine; Mr. F.
. r rench. president Richmond and Alleghanv
allroad company; Messrs. 11. M. Alexander
r.d Lawrence Myers, >ir. Closson, of Closson ,\i
layet; Dr. J. li. Haxter, I'nited states navy
or * ,Mc<-'onnlck, of Chicago, ill., arid
atJ3 others, including several representatives
r the press. The party will probably go down
ames river lo-day, and at 10:30 o'clock to-morKi?rf
1 u2T w 111 leave Richmond by the Rlch?
d .,^15 Alleghany railroad. The first day's
ii Ti1 Seottsvllie, where they will spend
trl'JV ' ea,v,ic<? th^re earlj' the next mornlnsr.
-rZg WL" Probably be reached on Wedneion
rii^rrh",r,'tHI iil'."1' !h2, Wf,,1-k?own coiutjIsh
hl3 residence, No. 1511
'veiai month? r+nS? g' ~r,fir aa Blness of
> W'imna u'oo ? ^^'lon of the heart.
J nil lips was Irom ^%ew York Qtatp anri han
ren In business about twelve years h?re anri
^nmathv i! ? ^,th whom there
Itermeid*. rfcmalns go north to-night far
geokgctownt
grgssr
nttnp
vx at least there is one more' tilan a pair ?Ue
a Leak lrj the water inaln it
ay ana Washington streets should be attended
The Coai. Trade.-Thirty.two boats left r,
iTlano i rld,y with 3,376.07 toris of coa, ^
;Ilow*: For Georgetown?Consolidation Cornna
y. l 002.12 tons; Borden do.. 705.0 tons-T.?v"
ind do.. 422.10 tous; Ne?- vientral do ^
His; Blaen Avon do.. 118 05 tons; Individual
5 tons, i: or Alexandria?America u com oali v
.11 tons. ^aajr'
A Yofkg Emigrant Girl's Wrongs.?a ioumt
migrant from Rot terdam, named Llzxte d vi
'rived at castle Garden a few weeks aso aiiJi
ent to an emigrants' boarding house near th?*
attery. While there a man named Henr'v'
t jer, a countryman of the gin's, promised t?
el, her a gool position, and took her to a^ disputable
house, where lie was paid f2.5.i for h>s
rviees as a procurer, and where the girl who
i only sixteen years old, was most bo'rrib v
eated. T he c u t rage came to the k no wle ige of
ie Cast le Cciden officials, and arter reocutii"tie
glil they procured the arre3t of Boye\ who
as committed for tiial In default ot<j.wo ba'.l
Heavy Failure.?The largi wholesale drv
ocds houee of N. B. llarwood. of Mlnueapoli^
llnD., has pa*scd into the hands of the sheriff
t the suit of the First National Bank of. thit
lace for a debt of j+s 500. The house has been
oirg a business of $1,000,000 a year, and faded
i part on account of the death, in January
ist, of Henry Beatty, of New York, a heavy
reditor, and a fire lu April caused a loss or
jo.ioo. The Ubbdities are fioo.ooo-, assets nearly
utofUw6rkF?Ur hundre<1 tmPl<Ve3 are throwa
John Roach, agea 12, struck Wm. Knuth, ate 1
1. on t he head with a barrel ftave in New Vor n
ist Tuesday, fractuilng his tkulL Kuuth died
aturday. Roach has disappeared.
v
7jijb courts.
Cikctit Court (No. 2), Jurtoe nngrwr.
Saturday. Power k White ajit- Mttfahon;
judgment by default. Same act. Flamrmtsly;
do. Same agt. stuiz; do. McCullogu agu Shoemaker
? Hertzogr: judgment deuIecL Chilis
agt. First, Methodist Protestant church; demurrer
toiounh plea sustained, with leave to
plesd over. j>yon agt, Held: motion to set
a ide juigineut overruled. Kennedy agr. Baker:
judgment granted: appeal prayed. t}i!nj
ton Bros. agt. Miller: demurrer to declamtlon
' sustained with leave to amend. Sons and
t Daughters ot Liberty agt. Winston; dgnurrer
overruled with leave to amend in ten days.
Lyi ch agt. MeCart>; motion to set aside judgment
overruled, studda agt. A. & F. Railroad
Co.; new trial denied. United State3 agt.
Brewer; motion for judgmeut overruled, craney
A Co. agt. Dunn: motion lo affirm ludgment
overruled. Mehrbach act. Turner; demurrer
to third plea sustained by default.
POLICK COfRT?Ju4'Jf ItrwU.
To-day, Geo. Mccauley and Leroy Ulpklns.
charges of vagrancy; bonds or 90 days :u the
ease of McCauley. aud Ilipkliia was release 1 on
his personal recognizance. Kate Green and Ida
M.ej.:herd. loud and boisterous; *"> or is davs
e*ch. Nathan Jones aud Adam Williams, do ;
do. Norman Howard. Isaac Payne and William
Burch, forfeited collateral. Lutner Webb and
Thomas Brown, loud and boisterous: $"> or 15
days each. Martin McNulty, charged with defacing
i rlvate property: *1<>. Mlna Rhode*, do.;
c -nil; utd. Geo. T. Gan&on was charged with
assault lug another white man. named Silas VV.
J.rr re. who testifled that he went into d ifendiit?t's
barro( m last Wednesday, and that, he wa3
ord-nd o::t. and when at the door, defendant
l urk him In the faee several tlm >s with some
h* nvy instrument, cutting his face very badly.
A tine of f> was imposed. He was also charged
wii h assaulting another man. named
Ti>mas chapman, who t-jsilrtid thu
if went Into defendant's barroom last
month, atd that he and the prisoner got
1 to a political discission, when defendant got
m-id and ordered him out. and struck him on
the 1 < ad w I'll a cltib. This case was continued.
Ncoh Hamilton. colored, wa3 charged with the
i-rc ny of a pair of shoes from Moses Beam in;
HO or so day p. Margaret IMffin, assault on
MayM. Barrett; dismissed. Tlllmon Johnson,
assault on Cornelius Twine; $l. Mlcftael Caton.
assault on Rosana Caton, his wife: $ J0 or co
days in jalL Charles Wood forfeited collateraL
Jerry Smith, larceny of a lot or clothing from
Samuel Payne; $10 or 30 days. John Carter,
threats of violence to Barbara smith: persoaai
tond; to keep t he peace.
SWA LLC \\ I .N<i P? I SO N.
SWALLOWING and inhaling the noxious irnrurities
generated by Catarrh, POIftON not a'oac the
nasal organs, but the i-tomacb ai d lui'gs No
DMTtly local remedy, like douches and insoluble
sznfi'a. ern i>0Psibly reach or eradicate the virulent
spexulca of Catarrh. This fact explains the wonderful
carcs trl'tcted L>y Dp. WEI DE MEYER'S
new INOCULA1IVI3 treatment. The elements
u??d by him aie ABSORBED by the mucous mem
braue throughout thu eyeteai and form a CONST I 1U
i IOSAI, as well as local antidote, as certain to
GERE CAT/ BRH, as viccine virus is to prevent
Small prx. Its unprecedented gale with uasolicitcd
testimonials from many thousands who. at
AIL HA GTS of the diseare, HAVE BEEN CUBED
by this wonderful rnnody, ett ib is-h beyond contradittxn,
tte fact th*t WEI 1)E MEYEK'K CAT*RIH
CUBE is the most imrortant medical
difcoviiyfelr.ce vaccination. Rev. C. H. Taylor.
HOJiobe street, Brooklyn, writes : "One package
prodiued a radical cure." "It entiiely cured a
member of my family who had guttered from Catarrh
fcr40 je&rs." J. D. McDonald, 710BrcaSv
ay, JJ. Y.: "It cured nie after doctoring for
re-arlj 30 jesrs." Mbs. Emma C. Howes, :19 W.
Washington Fii;ce. N. Y.: "1 can speak for seven
members of n y family who have uced it with great
benefit." Flv. W. H. Scmker, Frederick, Md.:
E\erybcdy troubled with Catarrh as I was
should uso it." Maky A. Ranker, 494 N. Clark
street, Chir-spo, 111.: "For six yeirs I did not
breathe through my nostrils until I used Wei Be
Meyer's Catarrh Curt- " Mrs. M. E. Sheney. 3022
Sarah i-triet, St. Louis, Mo.: "It gave me in?Unt
relief." F. J. Crank, Atlsntic Hotel, Chicago:
"It restored me to my ministerial labors.*' Rev.
Geo. A. Bieh, Cobbl?-a,6i 1, N. Y. : "It relieved me
of n great Polypus " W. H. TRi ESDELr., M. D.,
Elgin, 111., &c., Ac., fcc . Ac. Dr. Wei DeMeyer'B
TREATISE" ifcmailod kree His " CURf 1b
delivered to any address, by D. B. Dewet & Co ,
JC Dey Et., N. Y., a; 41.50 complete. novH eo
| pBAKKFOHT
school FUirn lottmry
OF KENTCCiY. AT LOUISVILLE, KY.
THIBD DRAWING, ON THE 4TH OF DECEM
Btli, 1830.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $20,000.
1 Capita: Prize $"0,000
1 Grand Prize 15,0j0
1 Grand Prize 10,0 >0
1 Grand Frize 5 ) 0
6 Prizes, $1,000 each R 000
20 Prizes, #500 each iO.OOO
700 Frizes, $iOO each 10."00
200 Prizes, $50 each 10,000
1100 Approximation I'rizes, $i0 each 10.(WO
L3ii9T*tal Prizes $105,000
^HOLETlOSETd, $2, HAL* Ti:KKT3, $1.
All prizes prompt'y raid after tbe Drawing. A list
cf prizes wiU be tent immeuiately aft'r tee Draw
lng, and published in tno leading papers of tbe
i mt<d states. This I rawing will certainly take
place c.n the 4th of December, 1SS0, aud the sa.ue
stLeme, prtsented monthly, willtaKe placeouthe
4tli ol each succceding month, providea it does not
corur on feuudsy, and if it does, the Saturday prtvcediig.
THERE WIIL NEITHER BE A POS TPOXEMEM
>Oii STALING.
Col. A. G. Hodges ?nd Capt. Wm. Johnston, of
I.ouisvule, vill suierintend the Drawing, than
whe m two more hotiorabie gentlemen do not liv e in
Koaiufky, both of whom are well known and regarded
as Kentleaeu of spotless integrity.
B. C. H IN1EBNMITH, Supervisor,
Wo. ;i Hozart Building, JLouiaville, My.
Remit Kouey or Bank Draft in letter, or ser.l by
I ?prcBs. Don't send by Registered ix^.tcrs <jr Post j
( fret Mcn? y Order, ureters of und upwarits by
l yprefH can be sent at our expense.
tor lickets or inforu-a'ion rend to
A. W. 11AHU1S <fc CO.,
2lO Broadway. N?it York.
uo\8m. f, \v,aw
j;OB BATS AND FUBS,
bisAL SACQUEi", SILK CIBCULAR3 AND DOLMANS,
LADIES' AND MISSES' CLOTH AND DE3BY
HATS,
GOl? JAMES Y. I?AVIS'SWISS.
uovC-lm ?ai Penna. Ave.
J M. 6l B> COBJEIi.
DIAMOND BROKERS. AND SPECULATORS IN
DIAMONDS AND PRECIOUS STONES,
llOS Penna. avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN AT 5 PER CENT.
A FINE LINE OF LADIE8 AND GENTi.1 GOLD
WATCHES AND FINE JEWELRY
FOR SALE LOW. oci30
CECOAV-IIAIVD CLOTHIMO BOUGHT
n and the highest cash prices i>aid. Also, watches,
Jewelry, Oiine, PistolBjetc. Call or address HEli
ZOG. 808 9th Bt., near Pa. ave ^t'-4
^PEt'IALr MOT1CE.
Orders will be received by nUME, CT^EAP.V'k
CO.. 807 Market br-aeii. for " TUN lAW i Ali?
PUK* JLBSEY MILK, to be delivered early each
morning, r.o". less than half a gaiion. Tunt?w
Farm Perd l*ing tbe only rure herd of_ Registered
Jersey Cattle in thisstctTon of the country, parties
det>lr:im to secure Pure Mdk nea*ly as rich as
cream, have the op^nir^pre.
nov5-10t Proprietor ofTunlaw Farm.
At. rtkwabt co.'s carpet uP
HOLhTERER f'?r sixteeu years will liy Oa-pets,
Oilcloths, Matting, etc., cheaper, naater,
and with more dispatch than any one elie.
Orders by mail as well m by si ores promptly attended
to. Office 41710th st. n. w., n*ar gas
office oct27-lm*
World Rxhownid aud Uneqoat.lkd. Ill %T?
Alan. th? Celebrated
hard man upright piano,
the only reliab'e low-priced good-toned Upright
made. n. L SU WWEB, Bole Agent,
sepl6-eoly 811 9th street n.w*
W. H. WREATLEY,
BTEAMDYMNGL
WET AND DRY SCOURING,
4? Jefferson street,
Giouarm, D.O. a ?
Wttt etery faculty, tho beat talent, and a Mil
ItOCK OX
FOfcZIGN AND DOMESTIC DTK STUFFS AND
OBIMIOMA X am prepared for tbe fall trade.
Wirk called for and delivered in the city; by
gp*fi or express from other place*.
Orden by mi! winptly attended. aogM
CATARRH.
<
I
, . 1
1 C'bohinjr. Putrid. Irritating nnt ni ?
D?icdf?d. )
B
H
s
N
Membrane Stimulated, Hennaed. v
Disinfected. Soothed f
find Healed. A
P
i
S
I
Breath Sweetened, Sinrll, Tante aud ''
Hearing Kewiorcd, Constitutional
Ravages ( becked.
i
Relief Instantaneous. Cure Rapid.
Radical, Permanent.
B
Dr. Sanferd's Remedy.
A]
? fc)
The great local and constitutional treatment originated
by Pr. Sanford consists of oneb:>tt!e of the
Radical Cure, one box of Catasreal Solvent.
undone Improved Ikhalf.ii, neatly wrap;>ed in
one rac katre, with full directions, aud fold by al i oi
driiffgiBts for $1. A3k for Sasfohd's BadicaIi
Cuke. *a
1*.
Tliie never-fai'inff specific Koes to the root of the
trouble. Chjkintf, putrid miicms ac< imulations B
are dislodged, the membrane Ptiinulated. e'eansed, L
disinfected, soothed and healed. brotUt swo< tened.
erne!), taete and hearing restored, constitutional
ravages checked, and the catarrliil virus neutral- |
ized and expelled. J
We know Ir. SanforJ's treatment is not a noa- "
trum of the hour, originated in i?"noranco and !
cupidity and sustained liy incredible statements i
having no foundation ia reason or fact- On the s
contrary, we believe it to l>e ecientido, rational,
radical, appealing 11 tin Intelligence, aud backed
by an untarnished rejmtati >n of ovar a quarter of a C?
ntury.
Belief In five minutes in every case Gratifying, ^
w lick wee relief beyond money value. Care begins
from the tirst fij.pii.-ation. It is rari*. radical
end permanent. It is econoa.ioa!, c^-re?ab'e, e*fe
ar<l never-faiHr*. Try it while there is yet lin:9. '
Attack v ithont uel?y the nret a- ^rra. ated acd destructive
fcrni ef human sufie'intr.
Gfteral Aleuts. Wmks&Poxteb, Boston.
Coii.jns' Voltaic 1'lastep.-? relieves in fivo
minute*. n-uS ,
"city I'i'K.VlS. 1
Eik;.a""s Cough Specific, 25 a ad so ct=*. p^r
bottie: tor sale by alt druggists; at wholesale by E(
Stott fc C romwell, 4S0 Pa. ave, ?
In Black and blue garments for gentlemen's is]
wear, my assortment cannot be excelled. Tue
vailety is as great as the prices are moderate.
I have handsome black cloth. double-breast el ,
'rock coats, as low as $10, and as high asf2). A
lean furnish blue suits of good dyes, from 513 <n
to $30. in worsted and tricot goods I oT-,- l
pleasing and satisfactory qualities. Nor wili it
do to forget to mention tiit. ^reat range of slz^s s *
that will lit the largest, as well as the smallest
maJJ- Geo. C. IIensisa, 1
4io; iii street, |
W'fcat Mr, J. W De Krafft Says,
LaviDg bten a suffVrer rrom catarrh for \
several years past, and tried various remedies
and phjsicians without the least benefit. I was w
Induced fr^m reading an article in one of the
fially papers of tills city respecting Dr. H. p.
Dewy's mode of treaUng the disease, to call on
thai gentleman, and arter submitting to his
trea'ment for about one-half hour, was sur- iD
piljtd at the iesult in extracting from t.ie "
noatill countless tmali, black objects, which he ^
term* "rordef." His treatment, kills these In- PI.
i-erts and drives thorn irom their holu In the
syntin.
The relief I experienced was instantaneous, s
and the cough, whtcli was severe and frequent, ?
Instantly relieved, iailammatlon allayed, and a P
feeling of cotnlort experienced.
Let all suffering from Catarrh, at once call on
Dr. Dewey ana be relieved. 1
J. W. DE Kkafft,
Nov. 4,1SS0. of General Land Office. on
"Totally IHflercnt from All Others,*' ,
' LoLCun Hair Kthtorer." liisures neiv gro vth. *
' L naon Hnlr Restorer." Kestoies the color.
' London Hair Restorer." Ev<iuislt^ dressing. 1
NO TOILET COMPI.KrR WITHOUl' I??THICK ENS
Th-n hair, stops its falling and the most perfect
Lafr restorer ami dressing the world Ii ls .
ever knowc. We allude to "i/m-ton Hair ornr __
Restorer." A. A. Gibsoc, Barrytown, N. v., c<
wrifes: "It has stopped my hair from falling
acd resiored it to its natural color." ''London
Uair Jlrstorer" is sold by all druggists at 75
cents a bottle.
Skinny men and WoMKN~are not :odmire<l If t
lacking Desh, vital, brain, or nerve force, use tlu
' Welles'' Ht-alsh R^nt-irer.1'' Greatest remedv on ,
earth for lmpotency, sexual debility, decilne,<tc. n
*1 at druggists. Depot, 5S Barclay street, N.V.. w<
and for Washington at 4S0 Penn'a avenue. mc
Edoak's cough Specific is the best. ira 0q
"Ai.pESNKT Wagons."?Fresh Aldemey bu< ter ,,
churned every morning, and delivered in >4 its. _
"Ward" prints, 40c. per lb. Also, cottage ?
cherae. buite-rmllk and sweet milk so. per gt.
~~BO()TS ANDjiIOES.
JJOIV A bOLLAH CAM BE ?AVgM>~ i,,1
Vurt hape a pair or r.ur IAD*ES EXTR.\ FIN5" * r
CCKACOA KID BUl'lON toOOTS at SU a ^ rA
j> .ir, wurth $1. LarKeif t j.iet revived. ?fr ,t <)V
AV? are aso rffftMB, at t-e lurest prio^r jL? ^it
the BEST IIAND-MADE BOOTS antl SHOES m'
K>B GEN tS' tt:at can be for nd in tte market. ... r
AJi examifiaMou r.f these koo_b w il convince you
that I am not boasting.
W. H. RICH. ,,u
T17 Market Spat*. J',
t^'Kepairirg- reatly executed. novl t'tv
GRAAIH>p?HIHU inf
I>r<
or this ren
pn
BRANCH IR
i>n1
BOS Toy 8 BOM AUCTIOJV HOUSE, ?
659 Pcnn. Avenue. <11 ^t
Souiheast, Capitoi. Hill,
Will be Opened from
SATOKDAY, OCTOBER 23,
For the Entire Week for the Benefit of the Public .,7
of Car-itol Hill, Navy Yard, and the Bi*
Sui ron i! di nff Country, With a Ah
STOCK OF GOODS A
that has Bot
IVEVfR BEEN EQUALED
IN THIS BEOIION OF THE OITY. J?
LEOPOLD BICBOLD, Proprietor.
DON'T FORGET
491 Penn. Avcaue.
IB TO BB CONTINUED SAME AS BEFORB.
ocfi'3 ^
AT HALE TUJtlB VALUE.
at
Opds and Ends or -t 4
GENT'S FINE BOOTS AND G \ ITERS g*.
LADIES' GOAT AND KID BUTTON- or?
HISSES AND BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES. i
GUM BOOTS AND SHOES. "
L. HEILBRUR, C"
A
Wo. 499 7th at. 0(jl
SUm of "The Old Woman la Window." octlS
WEW IOBH HHOOTOBB,
605 Pwuuylraala Avenue.
BBLIABLB BOOTS AND 8HOE3.
PBICK8 Thai Can't Be B*at. a
EVERYTHING AH REPRE8ENTED. A
Money Paid Back for Good* Returned- tfie
Bead this Price List: tA'.
Ladles' Fine Kid or Goat Button 91.00^^ Sci<
Ladles' Best Cur. Kid Button .3 ouiH inte
Lttdiee' Beat French Kid Boots. .94.OO to 7 Otf U Sch
Ladies' Solid Goat Button 1 BO ** and
Hlases'Solid Goat Button ?l.2t to 1
Misses' Best Kid or Goat Button ......#2.0 to a.?; buiJ
Child's Rawhide Tips, (Heels.) Button JK
Child's best makes, Spring Heels. l. n) to 1.7J o<
Men's Eohd (Xnutress Gaiters * .I
Men's CoBjrressor Button. ^...?2 ? to \Bt TkT
Men's Osif hand-made Boots :s Ot JJI
A Job lot of 600 pairs LADIES' FIH . KID BOf yea
TOSTBOOT8 for vTcO, worth ?8.I0. fad
sep23 6BOiIs;aBTB1. Km
DRY GOODS.
>CHROLDER S GOLD MEDAL B R AN
11 A ' K A < 0!. H:h.t> i>A TtS DK L YOS.
? ?
?.ts^'m:VW60CA0K aATta?- * m
A?OAI>SIS SILKS, ?ATie<i fRHH
v:rvvi n s'.^L-'irvi -rSi?
litis VLLXi l- NA1IN and FLANNE
A1l!.M!S.I"OAKS* tTLsTEKs and SI UK CIRCT
A>IEI/m HAIR and CHOfI>Af? ao.| sERttFS
VrwiS'-JI '."d st th*/? - '
i . "n S"rri\i .H A<! 1, V 'K ('1'IITAIV
V;1IvxuM^V',^vtVi:h Kil> -i^vKs1, N
BROX/FHAIirrru^Htr1'^- B:tuws w
|^?A^ K^^^y/^:^^FrLER!
C -* Our st.xik is row hi. " and r,,?
ittr, and an inspection it solicited.
ONE FRICE OSLY.
FEiiIXY 4 BROTHER,
EstebiktedlMC. Pe"n *
^CM <Jt COLORED ( Sf?HttEBE<
PCR1 WO Jh 25.
larve sire double While BLANKETS. 92 50.
Black feli.K, c,i.
Beautifu; PUid DRESS GOO OS vo-y cheap.
Immense assortneut of C1.JT3 f.?r ilea an
oyiT wear. 25 to SI.50. -eaaj
-RADLE liLANKEFH, p;ir? <v <->!, fl.XV.
I nre w.^l fiw <niajty Frfci.-ii DRE jS G<>3DS
II i-oiorp, cnly 31.
BAWlT 0f Lali6b' OJMAKS an
CARTER'S,
Til Market Spat*.
Shaker FLANNEL. 25. very cheap.
Lleaohea TABLE DAMASK. 50.
Excellent CALICO, 0%.
V? de double width pure wool I'.'a-k CASHMERE
sly 37,H:.
Thousands of yards of beautiful Dre.-? <?->o If
ryeet assortment in Washiu?rt >n. prieea nrr ion
!>S U]> to $1 50.
Black and Colored Silk VELVETS; Colored an
lack SATIN H Black CB APE an.1 CRApJi VEIL*
lack Caslunere SHAWLS.
CAiiTEKX,
-c\? 711 Market Space.
|EIUCH01i L\ PB1CE9.
H1RTS REDUCED TO OLD VBlvZt!
* \Vamsr.tta imfinlsh.d. 75; finished, 9".
Beet F. of the L., tw; .. ' u,,*
Boy*' Vamsu'ts, ? -?
lilRTe TO Ohl'LR A 8PECI \LTY
GENT'S FURNISHING*
JAMES THOMPSON,
Mafjiwer of Ttioiuvbou'* .>air* lactery
i^vl fcltt * ' *t. n.w., 1 a>at Off 00.
liiilTS AAI? PSbEItWEAir
GLAND OPENING OF FEW STORE,
*:?:S7 F at. n,w , ep|<os!te ibbitt House
FIX 1 LEGANT SHIRTS TO ORDER, ?ij.
SiX ELEGANT SHIRTS TO CiiDEE, $'J.
Full Lite of
GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS.
BcJf-Die&ettrementd mailed fw
* E. BKIVK.
1;W7 F si. 11.vr.,
xt" Washington. D. p.
pRl'RJIEL, CUUK &. CO..
SC3 Market Spnce.
* to cail si^c'al attention to tbeir unueuallv larv
ffd attractive f.to^K of
. HANDSOME DRESS G<)0DS.
ai!i^' Si'k*- from $1.75 to S3
Blac^ ana C' lored Brocade Veh et*. ele^aiit
KjlesMottie ?;lotts and rich Silk
, , ,. a'id Wool Plaids.
splendid line of Black and ciolnred Cashmeres
n _ si W ool Ocodp. fro ax 5(t cents up
ir Linen C?M"ter tp full of rare haiva-irs Hosiery
ke^cL't'e ?>< i,U^K;hiof- KaH?d7
v ? ? ^ s?iidl2/$ eta. ud to tfTuviifi
aLleifi iu Krcat variety from $2 to$10 a pair Do
LL GOOr?fDVffl^NEW VOR1
IAI4FETR
/ _
Jnet or Ded * splendid ftas-)rtment of
ILTON, AXMIN81EK. MOonETTE. BOD I
BliUHfcELS, TAFEHTIir LRUHSEL8
AVD
INGRAIN CARPETS
all tbe newest and most choice depone.
rapef-tr;, Irtwrain Cirret* with Eoraers to match
J -fi'e's, Kn^rt and in yroat vnr^ty
tboee iLri>iiiri(? ?;!] and it t<. ::lfcir ?dvaiitairc to
^mu;e our stock befoie l urchaaiotr.
HOOK BROTHER 4 CO.,
OH ?aas y at. n w .cear EbHtt Hontt
?V? TRE 'MVSTEKI " fcUIHT
^-e/eJ8?5?Ulir;|abeJttwlutfce:i-ark6t- 11 ! eiea?d
0,f ihe very beft material, and
? Li. fished. wm-Iv for the waah tub
1> 80 cents for the "klystery" Shirt.
test styles and ficost
ahty' at SIM t^r dozen; fix for 76 cents. Beet
MEGISMSS'
BRANCH BALTIMORE SHIRT FACTORY.
n*I8 lOOSI F street northwest.
IIlltT HASCFACTIRERS.
BCBBEl'lL BROS. * CO.,
11U F Street 2t. W.
slity1 th* che*Pca:SHIRTS for the money ie
mr ELLIPTIC SHIRT only 66 cents.
^IBT only 75 cents.
the ELBEKA REINFOI'.OED, finished, only kl
!ney 30Idrw*0 11 wiUl other siurt forth*
hand^f"* Ct a?NTb' FURNISHINGS alway.
c i,IJ?i,VSI2LBRO" *coH
^ Ilia F street IV. W.
j^UOW thyself.
Tie untold miseries that result from indiscretion
early Iife_ may In- alleviated and cured. Those
o doubt tbis assertion should rurchase the iir>w
V1Vx-Ji.'^r^U!i?he!? Ui tbt" tEABODV MEDI
t Boston,entitled THE SCIENCE
I-Ii t.;ok,SLL1"-PRESER\ ATIOX. Exhausted
ahty, nervous and rn> t-ical debility, or vitality
by tbe errors of youth or t?>o close ai i.lijon
t<? business, may be retort J and manhood
ramed.
Vo hundredtii edition,revised and enlaive<l, lust
ii r i- . V* a e'aiJdard med'eal work, the i?est
ine FiiKhsh !aiijfua>re, written by a i>hj*sician of
>at exj<enence, to w hom v\;\r- awarded a trold aud
reled liudal by the National M.tliraJ Association.
coiiiiuiiB beautiful and very extensive enjrrav's
. I lire e hundred pa?res. more than 50 valuable
senj tions for all forms of iir<-vaihn*r disease, tbe
Hilt of many years of exUnsive an.l suocesNful
ictice, either one of which is worth ten time* tbe
ce ol tbe Ixxik. Bound in French cloth price
ly 81, sent by mail pest l aid.
"be London Ixxiu-rt says: "Xo i^erson should l?e
bout this valuable book. The author is a noble
lefactor."
tn ill.istrated sample sent to all on receipt of 6
itfc for iostatfe.
"he author ?fers, by i>emii??ion. to Hon r A.
sell, M.D., president ot the National Medical
sociation.
ddress Dr. W. H. PARKER, No. 4 Bulfinc.h st ,
iUm, Mass The author m?ty be consulted on ai
iat-es retji.irhiK still and exi-erienee.
b23 mAtli HEAL TOT SELF.
EDI CE FOUR COAL BILLT "
i
AND BAVK OSK OF
SORCROBS' REGULATORS
?hed to your furnace. It is AUTOMATIC and
Bave one-third of your coal.
WALTER D. WIVILLi Agent.
453 Ptnn'a ave.
J STRENGTHENING I^JKOUiJ PLA8- 10
_V.^T TFRw. TEN CTS. APIECE.
J.IMa.Dl'R, a sure cure for toe th ache, local
leuralgic. 25c per bottle.
For sale at
IjM. KLOCZEWRHI'R Pharmacy,
l'21 483 0th st. s.w.
Dl tlTER CASES FOR SALE.
LOT OF PLATE GLASS METAL FRAMED
[JNTER CASES IN GOOD CONDITION.
M. W. GALT, BRO. A CO.,
JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS.
^ HOT Psana. Amss.
iR CLOCKSS-A1R CLOCKS 1 < I-K*
ntH'l AIR CLOCKS, would coidial^ov * aU
UBS?tUiUana oorrect time through>ut a
aae-im
OTICE - Thotiwmli! Of WATCHES h.?j t., n
i amusements.
d "v atioaal, t11iuxick.
; 1^ Oj>"' ?i('nwia.
mondat evemn,?. kovkmhsr et.
>? eyery tvfmkrt avi* wednksda? and
saturday
! e. e. ki oe' 8
Hiji.n f'tNHi'r Oi* rm < '".-m/himv.
in a v v>-tttl Cr.trnal Fat refill open tta by jam"*
'* At terry and Alfred ge.:i<r.
the spectre kmc.iit:
Or i Uoninutc of Oth??r llnjw.
anil ti e Merry Operetta by hilton Ro.vc au.t Alfre-t
:1 i Oel \*r. mtttlrs
' * liarllf Krfins nt ICoitir.
Monday, NOT. 15.-m iKh ADAOAV EN DISH.
pohii s oi'eba iioi nk
th? winter sewon will coitimm on
?\ EMNti, No\. l ,rd,
With the oi?cl?-dfhopiifr ?
dramatic cuml'anv,
In the very succuaatul New drma* ;u 1! ve aohl
r.c tit 1M
- one hundred wives.
?. a Play 11 \\ otdtjfui Dramatic Oomtr -tt >n and
, _ Oreat Ment
The *ale of geats will cjiumeuoe ow ?att>rday
OI?I? h I l?w * II |LI~
i i efcday PVKNlNG. k.?v -tut
'.lie t?sutiful four a* i'r?u?, tits
. ^k kttci lea\ e m *
. will l>e ti\en by bilker'* l>rani*ti<- c >rapany. for
, - ueflt of pi touitc lodke at' :ut on.
Aoici^;? n, 25 certs.
bewrvtv! freatp. 2.*?oeuta extra n??vfi it
a ^UE M I'BEHE HOVELTl" "
Ftr a liniitc?1 ptrictf. at 439 7th ?t. n on1
td?r.?-ii)k' on monday. Nov. kth. the
bohemian glass blowers,
pr.r^.re w .odhl ff. oa rung a. Co HP AMY.
with their collection of wrndpt* in 0!asa.
k riil f* t')'" triennial Corliss En?nrie, built f
o.1 ? ? i tax* of rfat? iu f nil opt ration. Ev.'ry vi>iu?
' with au ?. .ra . di^-'injea of
tllcsisii k xbibitions. ai'itr.syon an*
a.'ilifki. n. (inclirfinir specimen) 1 % eat*
.3 h*. h. >, ii u, artut
>u''"3t m. h wai.-h Miuairer.
!' r4*9^k'8 dramatic iu^ul?co
A3 AfcrT ruiai.c??> fnrciiiL.'.l for lo u-es. Socl?-tte?.
Ac. AnttV.u-r 1'wf or mams dir<>et<\1 and arranged
.1 *?r th^atricala. Vm.'
j. h i?ak It, Odu Fei.ow* Baii. City. oct!2 lrn*
{jOLI ?1J1A B1CICLE KClTuOL.
open from 9 .r"m. to 10 p. m
110h ?ki> 1114 e ht. k w. sepl4 2m
GEORGETOWN ADV Ktt'MTS
>. /\ILCL"T1I ( uyettm
vj and blankeis i or horses.
gilbert's
htldywlif asm harnes , tors,
, orfj9 lm m ||igh wt.,qyt d o.
JOHN R. I>AVII?W02V wi!! fT rafter acTai
l.i# abtm ul tdk ptalt in (iriryiptom.
jhoee the vaj?r, and r?r:i nvnik oooiplaii.ta
uknii/rt t!:e carrient will rl -tw enter their
raa.es fin,' ^idencrs or a v<o?.k at <' h. FicWtnR'g.
f?rr*bt baij t)m,f Store. No 77 it ?h ^t. ocltt-lm
i, 1j m b e h .
another faij, in prices 1h coming. and
as cscal,
willet * libsey,
ccr. 6TH 8t. and new york avehce
e
the first in this city to drop,
ko need of arui imuit.
I IG1BES ALONE TELL THE STOUI.
i
flo</ring (dbkssek) |1 0(1
. boards, the bi>t sl.4'1
boardi?, ccmkok tl.ov
i
HEW DEFABT1HE.
1 we have in ocr employ
1 AX ARCHITECT,
ready at all times to make a drawing
and furnish estimates
i
FRUE OF CHARGE.
wki1e to us if yoc think of building.
willet A libcky,
i
OFFICE,
cob, 61b 8t. ahd iew i0bk avebcb.
ft)th street and n y. ay*.
! prague's square, between l
and m
taki>?. i
in- l. market squakk.
oot6
read this column.
Iron Bitters Curmtinc
a powerful Toaic- a VeKotable Medicine
Iron Bitter* :Curatlne
OoiLi>iet? iStren?rtbener. a rteh?w? Medicine.
Iron Bitterc Cum tine
a bit re Appetizer- oi'r?* Blood Daeaacs.
Iron Bitter* Curatine
Enrich the Blood Cures jui v<-r Oorupluint
Iron Bitters Curatine
Reuev the Yii<or Cure* Kiduey Affection*.
Iron Bitters Curatlue
Give Vitality. Ouree Scrofula.
Iron Bitters Curatine
Cure Malaria] DiaeMta- Ourtw ltL.mnatUuu.
Iron Bitters Curatine
Cure i>yepepaia. For Tetter, Itah
and Tumors.
Iron Bitters
otn-e Indigestion. Curatine
i Cures Pimple*
Iron Bitters and Blotches.
Cure Nervous
Irritability. Curatine '
Cures Bode a Old Sores.
Iron Bitters
Cure Lan^onr. Curatine
^ Cures UUsera and Boils.
Iron Bliters
Curelalntui Curatine
Mens.-nation. For MercunaUPolsonlOfr.
Price ci a Bet', e. Price si a Bottle.
iron bitters and curatine
For sale by
tott * cbomwell,
489 Pennsylvania ars.,
Wholesale and Retail, and by all Drumrista.
ang27
glkhtli DAMAGED IEWEK pipe.
a large lot fob very low.
ws are also offerlnir Lown tkas etbb
TERRA OOTTA WINDOW GAPS, OBIMHO
TOPS. BTOY* CROCKS akd
6AIOOI VASE& 4*
of oar Own BAiorMTtma.
potokac tbbma cotta m.,
mbm Itattb. to. parol.
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