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. BOOTS AND SHOES.
"YY E HAVE MORE RUBBERS
IUAN A XT THBEE BOUSES COMBINED IN THE
CITY.
JVTrr** Wool-I.'rifd A r< tic*.
A: / !-;m. *Hf-ac*inz.
>'< i . i,"i 1 ovV br.bl? r Pf ti, Wool-Lined, to.
Woiueii'tl R'lMt<>* ae40c.
1914 and 1910 I*Baiwi)'lTHiit iwr.ne
^3"* J. W. BUT.
JJLT.TS rtHOKS FOR GENTLEMEN
ARE THF. FINEST MANUFACTURED.
Unrf* Kuril Made, t'lot'i Tup, narrow t iee..
BUTTON IS THE CORRECT ST VLB.
Hurt's lb.id *ev i i n. ihTop. lauulon Toe.
COXOKKSS GAI TK': Is VERY NICE.
Bi'rtV I'rt'Uch < ?if Ha: i-mtde ButtonGait' c lseievant.
?nrt> I-rfn-t 1 Sh ? ?.
J.adii-?' Hand S^wed Krunch KM Boots.
XjmIhV Kmidi Kid Snocs, ?t.50toS?.
Ziadich' KldorGout Button. fi tof>.
Dur Pari-" Boot for Ladit* is the prettKrt n the United
. Stab*.
MivV an<) rhiiilwi'H Shnu, mml and cheap.
(.'hndren'.* 8pr.HK Heels at i,?w i>nces?.
The ibuve goods can onlv be nail at
<;eo. McC arthys,
ror, Pennsylvania avkkttf.
?
STEAMERS. Ac.
Is
FOR POTOMAC LIVER LANDINGS.
Ov sii'l aft?-r NOVEMBER 3r>. l^Hl. the PtoamPT
ARROW SMI i"H will Uvive li? r wharf. foot of 7ili ftn- t.
?' 7 a. i.i. every MON??A\. '! HI RSDAY end SATURDAY
f:.r .tJI nver landi::**. On MONDAY as far a-t
Nomini Ferry. On THURSDAY, Nornini^and Currioon
SATURDAY. Cuxrioman and Leonardtown.
o21 JOHN R. >\IH>D. Airent.
]?i)R N'?|;H)IK, PORTSMOUTH. FORTRESS
MONRO*. PINKY HUNT AND
POINT LOOKoUT.
CONNECTING WITH I UK BOSTON AND PROVIDE
N C ! STEAM! RS IN NORFOLK.
St. rOEOROE LEAKY on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS
aiul S.Y11'RDALS at 5 p.io.
TALL AND WINTER ARRANOFMENTS. BEGINNINO
OCTOBER Isr.
T:ri-1 far?- to Norfolk and t"ort Monroe $'2 JV?
1 i! ?.-* f;'re to Fi-r*n M. i-tw anil Norfolk. 1.50
1 !r*t- fare to Plr. v P- int and Point Lookout.. 1 -r>o
bt'innn dans to I int. y Po>nt and Point Lookout.... 15
Tirhttf an I statcrm tu? l.-r ^aie nnd irfomiatlon fnrB
^hed ? B W. Re*d'- V ,n. lilt", F rtreet northwest;
Is. t O. Tick-1 ofl-.cf, I. "1 Pennsylvania avenue north *i
t. St. Marc lli ti!. t I'mr St:u, is, at principal
Hotel*: H B. P- IVrifiorn, i.ext to City Post Office;
and at Coni|4?ii>'- Olrice. 7th ctreet wharf.
UEOROE MATT1NGLY, Gcuersfl Supt.
WM. P. WELCH. Ajomt. o24
J^'ORtOLK AND NEW YORK STEAMERS.
STEAMER I.\DY OF THE LAKE
wi!l ' her *h?rf, i".h>ti :" 6th ?tii-?,t,e- ? ry MONDAY.
WKDNi Sl?\Yand FRIDAY, at 5o'cWk p.m.. tonchiiK
at l':oej Point. 1' >i;it l?>kout and KortrenB M<mroe.
Emnir-ni<n tickets will L?- issued as follow*:
con'NECTIN<i AT NoUFOLK WITH '1?IF, boston
AND Pi;oVII?LN<*E STEAMKRH.
Firxt-<-ia<;r- Fsro to Fortr? Monroe uud Norfolk. ..fi..r>0
f*?-~ fi i-cIahh Fare t>> : tr?-? Monrm-ami Norfolk.f 1.50
Flnt-rteH.! Far?* to Piney Point and Point iiookout.. 1.50
Btoomi-claMi Fare t Pi::?-Y Point ? d P. nit Lo<>ki?u. 75
F?-?i!ridr?<r, fe?n> Norfolk, Tl'i -?1>AVS, THURSDAYS
and SATURDAYS, at four o'clock p.m.
Ticket.* aiid atatero >iai< can 1? HHiured at geneial
of* , r.i t i.>th -t j;. in t!i" Nntr> n;u Metroi>olltau
J>ui.k Bin Id u iv, or iit tin !iif>'. ith wharf.
t iiK NEW VORK .SII:ami:R.S
JOHN CTLS;)Ji and F. < V NKvn r ]f>ave l*ier 41. Fast
Piver. New York, c.e-y S 'TI'RDAY, ai four o'clock p.
ni.. liiiii (ifonreiowu every FRIDAY, at 7 a. in. For
>articula.sappi> to.:?* < *, ?; i W>ter rtnet.(ieonretown.
ALt'KIID WOo1>. Secretary,
o2-i 613 15tii ntrie'. upi'ivlt) U. S. TreaJury.
JJLNARI) LINE.
notift.!
LAN Route.
THE rrv?pd stk snip covi'wv ltmited.
r.? TWl . n n! ' un \xd t iVKRI'ool.
< vj.mno \ l cork 1! r.noi:.
ERv.M PIKH 40. N. It.. NEW \OKK.
P- th a ?Wed.. I? -. I'arthM W.?|., 28 Tan.
4'->ili s We?|., I Jan, Bothnia WmI., 1 Feb.
Catalonia.. .W d.. 11 St vdiia... SV. i.. ,S IVh.
? r - Wed.. ! i .. | r,t ia . W-d.. 15 Feb.
AND l.\Fii\ >VFDNF>Dav fliot:, new iokk.
ut^ or risueE.
f*. Oan.t $1iTii. ?< (. ra:uif t > nn-ouuucKiitiouo.
iii'.:i- ?to IVris. f 15 luiditi >iia:.
Lt .:n! t.< k* t- iii fa\o;*al>ie teiui;*.
St'-i'ncrK mark'-1 * d<> not carry fte^r:.
SU- at virj low r -. Stf-m- ti-.-keta fmm Livo
ji.ii uuet :u?t >vtu - ..1 all i "her i arts of F.uroi t- at
lOiVi t-l rati:t?.
Ilii- .irh 1>;Il?* or a i- t jriven for Belfast, Glasi<ovr,
Havrt. Anther;- and other port-ton tho Continent ana
It r Me?i: ti-rranean port-*.
Fi.r . >fcii: a,id | u.-t^?e apply at the Company'*office.
E 4 - iiu' tireeu. or U ih_KUem-r?- end cabin to
Oil- El^JulJOW & CO.. 6bi Tin rtrtet, Wabhimrtoii,
D. C.
VERNON H. BROWN i CO., New S'ork. i
Or to ilcv.rs. O'lIS Bit i FLOW ft CO.,
Jai ?'2 ?15 7th .Le t, Warhin^.on. I
T^' CH TH GERMAN I.I.oY|t_
-ll blUAKRHir Linf ektwein Nev vo^k. IIavrk
lo>NlMlK. S- t rHtMPTON AM) B?:' MKS.
TH? ?? ;?!i tu ' i ' ti:| ai'.v v?r: Kill SATTELA
V from Breiu.-i Pi?-r, foot of d r-tr ut, Hoboken.
Ba>?w of paiwaat):?En-m New York t?? Havre. London, :
Bo?itli2.:ii'tf n and P ' fli>t cabin. fllW. second !
cabin, IWiMMnMSW; pn-puM .?! . rvi rrmnrilri. |
i. rtrv ^-htor ; -w a; ; :y to OELKK HSS t>>.. I
2 Bowlinjc Ore.Ti. N.-.t York; W. g. MF.TZEROTT A
yj - Penn^ylvauia aveiiue neiihAeo., A^ftnt-i for ,
WaMlmurtiin. ;anl*j
j^ew york rotterdam.
The flr<-cla>s SU-aners of thin Linot
*a*steldam. ' "rotterdam."
*'feClLLEDAM.' * W. A. SCHoLTEN,"
T CAIMANI)," and "MAAS,"
Carryintr C"? U. S. 3?.-, to th.- NeUierlun la, i< a\o Wat*?
M?r?s Brook!yi , rt^ruiariy, (.ji WEDNESDAY. I
I'tet < abin, |<W>-#70. 2dCabm. $50. Su-nure, f26 I
H. CA/1AUX, General Ai-ent, 2? South Wii'iaiu stn-et. f
Hew York. For pa^sa?re apply to vv. O. METZEROTT |
A CO.. 9 >s Penn-yi'. ai: a aveim*, Waohn:irton,, or F. !
H. Jt>HNSON. A>fent, National safe De(>ofcit Budding, ;
Comer New York avenue and 15th ntreet northwest. jal7
RAILROADS.
I^ALTllOKK A OHIO RAlLBOAD.~
THE MODKT, FAST, AND THE ONLY LINK
THE EAST AND TILL WEST, VIA WASHINGTON. \
Double trace! janney coupleri steel
rails!
BCBEDULE TO TAKE FFFFCT SUNDAY. DECEMB^-.R
25TH isxl.
a. m. LEAVE WASHINGTON.
t4:#*^9SIC1AG<) CINCINNATI. AND ST. LOUIS :
EAST EAPRt.ss. j
6 Ob- tva?Urnore, E.divott (Sty. and Way Stations.
.Hy - Baltimore, Annai- Jhs, and W ay (Piwlnaont,
Strasijiiry, Winchefter, Ha*f-ji~to^n, and VVajr, via
Relay.'
r- 4' BALTIMORE FXPKhtw.
* 10- Point of Ruck- and Way Stations,
b 15- PHII.ADELPHIA. NEW ioith AND BOSTON
KXPKhSS. l"ark>r CanUi Ni-? York,
b 4i S1AUNTON AND VA1.LEY EXPRESS foonnecto
lor UatersU wn and at Point ui bocka for
I'redendu >
"rtrOo Baltimore, llyattaville and Laurel Express
St. >j>? at Annapfha -lunctiou and Jes^up?. On
Sun (a\< ttoiT at all utati >n.-<.
10 00?BALTIMORE EXPRESS (ctope at Hyatinulle, ;
CoileK*'. li. ic > ilh, l.anrvl, Annapeiiis J auction, j
JeNUiv' and Hanov?r.)
tioHi 1 11 1 SBFRti. ' M !t AGO. CINCINNATI AND :
ST. l.Ol IS EXPKtim.
P. M. i
lu Baitiniore, EHieott Citv. Annapolis anJ WAV i
statiotM. ay
H -U'-. Xiinaa)'or.;* for Baltimore and W?'BALTIMORE
ElPREi^, "
^ORK EXpE>3ra^DELPFnA AND NFW
S:ao Baltimore ana Way S^>., .nB- (Wi-iohenter, Frw.1.
Way, via Relay.)
L^?H1Mnt;K? SYATTS\ILLE AND LAUREL
r Tred?rick. via Relay, at Aanapotii?
4 uxi^Uou. t
Jj'*1 Bil^more. Annat>olie and W'aj Stations.
"?>'oiut of k<*ak, 1- re<tenc!i? Ha^fi-rstown. Winclii
nter and Way stations. (On Sunday to Point of
"lock.- and Way .stat. >naonly.>
?S:45-BALTIMORE E.vPRF.sS, (Martinsbuix and
W?v, via iteiav stojn at liyatiev.ii*: and Laurel.;
ife pi .int of Rt?g?and Way Stations.
tT *>- Baltimore and Way Station^.
Ei :40- MALTIMOIU. Hi Alia V1LLE AND LAUREL
RAP RE.S.S.
tS 10 PI l t .sBUBG. CLEVELAND and DET1UJIT
KXPRRSS.
W vS VH1 I.ADELPHIA, NEW YORK and BOSTON
EXPRESS, sinei in* Oar* to New York. Stop at
H; fctu- i 1 and l-a.;ri-'.
1. 41 dl'CAGO, CINCINNATI and ST. LOUIS EX
PRFSS.
tDaiiy. iSunday only. Other train a daily, except
Buniiay.
Aii irain? from W a?hin?-tr>n t-toj at lb-lay Station.
^*l>r "Ai<>rLif?t'ply ai Uie Baltimore and
t'h;o rick-t Office^ Wa-himftuu station. 6i'J and 1:15
XVaiimyivania avenue, corner i4th ^.tn*., winr? ordere
will i^e tak?-n for t'.KVa-s'e to L? tnecked and reoeivtxla
any i juu *u ou: city. n^i
1 ^6 1 PEN Ns^ EV AN LA HOI j F. 1 881
TO THE NORTH. WFS1 AND SOUTHWEST.
IHil BLi. lii.VeK. Sit.Fi. n\II.S.
eruvuiii Sckmkkv. MiuMnrKM kuuu'kent.
'N FIFEt 1 DEn tib.M. IN 1M8!.
ai.Ai.". -> l.r. Wj, M A> liiNo ION, frum siaxwcu comer
_. or Sixt.1 and B ^trwet-, tw follows:
?ir 1 If-lniiff t^. t h:caKO lanuted Exptvm
t-i . nan li 't. . a ,.i si?epiiiCars at 10:iH) a.m.
> ^ iy t ai-t l-?i'e 10 oo a. lu. (tally , Wltn S.etrpliiir
Car-from Harnsburir to Cincinnati aiul t?hicai(o.
Wnt.ni h'.ir.w. . :>0 p.m? daiiy, with Palace
l arx to P.ttoburir and I^xnsrillt-.
BAL'HX(iR>: AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
Icr l aua' ilann a. K< hc-ter. Buffalo. Niagara, at 8:00
a-in. u-vu), ex.i pi Sunoay. .*) p.io. daily, excej
t Saturday, w.ih 1'a.acc Ca"-? to t^anandai^ua.
To* VMiiiac-Kpfrt. Ix-ct: Haven and i-ln.ira, at ltM/U a.
n?. daily, except Sui <lay.
J r N a Y .rk aud th-j Fa?t, ? 00 a.m.. 10:00 a m.,2 00.
lo oo and 10:ta i .ui. tm Sunday ^.00. 10 tk) and
jo 1 . p.m., 1 exprewof Pulhnxn Parlor Cars,
' ?<0 a.m. tlady, exuept nunuay.
lor Brooklyn, N. \ ., aii tlirotarh trains connect at Jer"'
* ' l*-i with b"at? of Pruok ly a Annex. aSordinv
direct transier to Fulton Htree-t, avoiding Ooubio
I- rr am> ht m Nt-w York city.
JforPhnaileiphia, #:Wj*.iii.. 10 <i>?.m.,2:00,5:40,10:00
aiid 10 lop.m. On Sunday, 2:00. 5:40, l0:00and
10 15 p.m. Limited Exi>reas, i# >0a.m. daily, exv
cent Sunitay.
Jot Ba.tiuiore, 6 40, P OO, 9 3n, 10,00a.m., and 2 00.
* M, 4:40 5:40. 7 lo. 10 00 and 1015 p.m. On
Sunday, o.-OO, 10 00 a-A.. 2 00. 6:40. 7:JO, 10:00
and 10:15 p.m.
Tor Pop*'* Creek Line. 6 40 am and 4 40 p.m. daily,
except Sunday.
' ^tu 6 *-m- and 4:40 p.m. daily, except
alexandria and frfdericksblttg railw\t.
an 1^ alexandria and washington
y?* Alexandria. 6:30. 7:20,9 20. 11:10 and 11:30 am..
4-20 5:00, ^JO, 8:20 aud 11 30 p.m. On Sunday
? ?*?i_30. JJ.20, 11 lo and 11.30 am., and H.M p.m.
Tor Richmond and the South. 6 J0 and 11:10 a.m.
-.daily, and 5:00 p.m. daily, exceot Sundav.
Irainj' Vaa?e Alexandria !' * W aammftoU, 6 00, 8:05.8:53
10 00 a.m.: 1T0. J:UU. o oo. 7H)6 xiKl 2 U5
?. m. aud 12 00 midm^tit. On Sunday at 8 06.8 53
and 10 00 a.m., 7 oo and ?:05 p.m.
inj<*m*tion at the office, northeast corner
? 1 >La utreet md lVujua ivenue, &cti atthr stauoti
%Len-1 .rden cmt be left for the che. kiM at beicrmru
Itwi ii ii i.iu from hotelf and reaidenasa.
__ . 1- R- WOOD, General Pfcaaemrer Ajrant
FRANK THOMSON. General Manager. M>v20
* CECOND-HAWD CLOTHING BOUGHT. AMD THE
O hitrhort ratth prices j.aid. Also. Watches. Jewnh-r
Omw, Ac. CaD or addrea HE^tfc. 308%
ctr :.cu Ptmnayivama avenuo. mr-*A
FAMILY SUPPLIES.
I UST RLCEIYED.
A FINE LOT
o?
EOT HOUSE TOMATOE8,
Prom Vineland, New Jersey. *
DEPOT FOB VAN BEIL*S RYE AND ROCK.
B. W. REED'S SONS,
J*-1* _____ 1216 F street northwest.
pOIt NEW YEAR'S DAY.
CALIFORNIA WTNE JELLIES.
DELICIOUS FRENCH COFFEE.
OUR Celebrated "OLD GOVT" JAVA COFFEE.
MOCH A COFFEE.
DURKEE*8 SAI.ID DRESSING.
CHOCOLATES OF Ali K1ND8.
GRAPES. ORANGES. AND BANANAS.
I'ICKLES, SARDINES AM> POTTED MEATS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP OLD WINES AMI
LIQUORS.
GEO. E. KENNEDY A SON.
M 1209 F HTKF.KT NORTHWEST.
l^OR NEW YEAR'S RECEPTIONS!
The fin ft Shrrri/, P<rrt. Mtidiira. French Brandy,
Cordial*, biqvnrrn-ail (if our imj>ortation.
Also, the freshest Fruit*, but*. Candit? unci Ra-iasiiis.
HUME, CLEARY <fc CO.,
807 Markr-t Space.
REASONABLE.
RI-'FI OLD MOCHA AND JAVA COFFEE.
FRESH CHOCOLATES.
FANCY FLORIDA ORANGES.
FANCY MALAGA GRAPES.
GELATINES.
''ALU uR NI A WINE .TELLIES.
) INI. ,1 AM AN Oil,.
JAMAICA AND MEDFORD RUM.
CHAMPAGNES.
C. WITMER,
FINE GROCERIES,
1918 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
rjiHA r SPLENDID MINNESO'l'A FAMILY FLOUR,
Favorably known as the
SOVEREIGN,
j ields, in |H.-tftM tma, v> Lite, eweet and wholesome bread
HUME, CLEARY & CO..
807 Market Spare.
y^E ARE RECEIVING DAILY
EXTRA BLUE GRASS MUTTON,
PRIME STALL FED BEEF,
SELECTED OYSTERS,
GAME AND FRESH FISH,
Constantly on baud
I iiiLADELPHIA CHICKENS AND TURKEYS,
At the
BOSTON MARKET,
LEON SCHELL k CO.,
1713 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
{ \LD STAG i'UKE RYE WHISKY
lri "" "equalled for smoothness, flavor and purity, and
!r,r tho sideboard and sickroom is unrivalled.
HIT ME, CLEARY & CO.,
<'-* _ 807 MARKET SPACE.
L>OK I HE BEST OF EVERY THING
* <io to the
PALACE MARKET.
Comer 14th and New York Avenna.
- have Fre?h S.dmoa, Lobsters. Smelts, Scollops, etc.
A!! kind* of Game. The uioat luscious Oysters.
I don't keep cheap lieef. My motto is tho beat of
i vtrj tLintf. Chi ji thing's won't do.
_,m FRANK J. TIBBETS.
A CARD FROM WM. M. GALT & CO.
First premium fort'.ie be%t barrel of flour made from
M r" vheat thin day awarded to entry No. '28, in racto
j -N cla^ department 20, to Win. M. Gait & Co.
?oar han<u?. at the National Fair Grounds, of
tne lnstnct ot Columbia. this 14th day of October 1881
J. M. WHARTON. j
JOHN ^KaNN ! Expert# on Flour.
Attert: J AS. S. EDWARDS. Marshal.
, I>: s,- ~JPt: at> 've-meuticned flour is CERES, the celebrated
Minnesota Patent I-tkck Hour, wilich was
T.H . 1 remium avainst all other competitors
at the National * air in 1?7'J and 1880 (trold medal), and
ii"? skuii in 1881. The competition in flour wan certainly
a very lively one this year, nndthe premium was
r' ,0F- ',ut 14 *? wiiiply an impossibility to
r?-;<t( EKES. aiid the premium just awarded is only sdanother
triumph to the mae-nificcrt success thin so
Cfcieorated 1 iour has rained In this community.
We would respectfully mention the fact that Mrs. S. F.
Anderson recti m d the first prutiuum forthe handsomest
2?! on exhibition, and they were made of
i j . ? which is only another croof thst it
stands A No. 1 among the ?*-st Minnesota PatentFiOura
Known .o the trade. For sale by all (irst-chwis srrocer^
W. M. GALT & CO.
Coewke 1st Steekt and jnt>iana Avrarr*.
V, ho are also the sole Wholesale Airents for tlie Dlstrnt
of Decker's celebrated belf-raisin# Flour and
Bmkw heat. n22
TuilN R. KEJ.iTfi ~
OK.AI.ku IN FTR*T-CL,a*3
BEEF, LAMB, VEAL. MUTl'ON, &c. CORNED BEEF
A SPFCIALTY.
Stalls P28, f,29 and MO Center Market, &th street wimr
?nd 20* anA 208 N< rth.-.rn LiU'rty Market; or Address
71. City Pi?t Othije.
Marketing delivtmi irt* of charge to all parts of tho
mar24
MEDICAL, &e.
Madame df. forkst has remedy forl>"
dies. All fema'e complaints quick! v cji*-*.
consmtfcd -billy 924 7th street norths offish'..
from 1 to 9 o'clock p.m.. wnh ? nld^ ?T!o'^mi
I IK. LEON "
Has Removed
jglO.ftf TO
_ _ 237 Pennsylvania avenue northwest.
{^i.NTI.KMKN CAN HAVE SCTFNTIFIC TREAT*
nient and a Speedy Cure r f ail Venereal Disea-es,
I>y consu tiiiK l>r. LKoN, *237 Pennsylvania avenue.
I'r? ^*.Tii?tions and advicu free of any change what*
ever. JaS-lm
DR. LEON
Has Removed
)al2-f>t 237 Pennsylvania avenue northwest.
DR. T.FON, THI* OLDF.ST ESTABLISHED AND
most reliable LADIES' PHYSICIAN in the city,
<_an be consulted daily at 2'57 Pennsylvania avenue,
from U> 4 aa?l 0 to 8. Ail Female Complaints and
I rre.rulanuen <juick!y cured. Prompt treatment. Separate
rooms for ladies. Ja5-lm
V"oUNG MEN\
! have failed to receive proper treatment in
j canes of ( hronic Disnases. such as Heart Disease Kidney
C-niplaint, Nervoua I>ehility, Imi?oteEcy or P?>mature
Decay, Sen inal Weaknew,. Dysi^pnia Nervo'j*
excitioliity, fcc., ?end two stam^>s tor our qaestions fur
seit-examination and our new Pook
The Laws ov Ltrr aid Health."
Address Secn tary, Medical and SuKrical Institute.
J*4 147 East IStli street, New York.
nR. BROTHERS IS THE LONGEST ESTAB
w^hwl Sjitoiiiiiht in Wawhiiiirton, % years exi>eneno-,
over ;??years at 906 B street southwest. Gonor'
phiiis and Iiihs of wiual power cured and medlcinew
furmsh. d or no pay. o25-3m*
^OI.D MEDAL AWARDED THE AUTHOR!
A new and zn-at Medical W irk, warranted the test and
cheapest, milisinusable to every man. entitled "THE
; K\7iw , LIFK ?R XELF-PRESERTH
vJw i c. i , A1IO w ; in finest French musiH\hfcLF.
| hn. emboHsiMl full jrilt, 300 i^fres. con.
uuija beautiful KU*-i En*rrav:n^p, 125 Pre^>nt
hy niai'. IU'isirated
s. uii .1^1 cents. Send now. Add re-< Peabody Me-liK
WM- " ^ABKIlE. No. 4 Buliint h
, i^?ton. apl7-m, w,i
Dl{. JOHN TP!I"T"S BLOOD PUKIFIER is a certain
i ure for Syphilis. Scrofula. Ovarium Tumors. Kslm
> i >i -eaw-s aiMi ali Blood Poison. Cure of Si'philis
K-uan nteed m either sta^e. Send two stami^ for pamj
I'liiet. K? vere House. Boston.
Dr.. JOHN T'lIPP.
Dr. bro-[-herh istheoldest established
l-id.?? Phy -ician; over 30 vaar^: located at SS??>H
street soutnwest. Female Irre<ul*r:ties. OOstrucvions
and Leucorrhaj speedily cured. No cuarjfe for a<i:
d!6-lm*
I \R- AND MME. 8ELDF.N, PROFESSORS OF MIDi
: over20 years successful practice; skdful
matnient, eiesrsnt accommodations; consultations with
AtfT?,fxln,cU>V iveuue, near 31st street,
5?^' ^.P^fcentB vlsiti-<l at any place in tue
nl2 hn Corrcsi-ondonee by telejfiaj^h onli j
D*- ROHEKTS<?N7THE MOST RExJABLE AND
longest established sintnahst in this city, with 18
! rirPt*?- ^ roarantee ai-ure in ait diseases of
the Urinary Oiyans. Nervous and Seminal Weakness. I
Nocturnal Einissions. Impoteney (It** of sexual i?>wnr),
etc. (ionorrhoea and Syphilis i?o*itlvpty cured in 3 to
10 days. (/i>usultations strictly confidential Cau be
c. nsnltod Wednesday and Saturdays,from2 to 9 p.m.
at his office, 45e c street northwest. R. fora to the
19 ^
DR. MOTT'S FltENCHPOWDERS?CERTAIN CURE
fur Kidney Diseases. Gravel and all Urinary "l?inrn
St>IU'I14iDnis>tencr. Gleet
Scrofula, Sypluhs and ail Blood and Skin Distasos
speedily jmred. Gonorrhcea cured in 48 hours. For
Str?ENTWISLE. Drutorist, corner I2th
sweet and Pennsylvania avenue. lTice $3 per box. nut
byjnail under seal cm reoelpt of price. mfi
T _^HITF, HOUSEHOLD, NEW HOME
Siokw. Howe, W heeler * Wilson, Domestic. Weed.
ath J '.ou ? McKENNErS;
42/ inii sL northwe?4. Renting and reoainnr. nli
Fine carriages at i.txs than half cost.
1 Landaulet. 1 CoupetoL 3 Coupes. 10 close Panel
tunwai, 2 six-seat Glass Quarter Rotitawaya- a
tawTlbt of Jump Se^ Cirria^rea. Tou ^d" No^4
Uf4*a *took 01 second-hand Carrisguaan
... . P. D. SCHMIDT ft CO..
dl5 la |M Potmaylrania avenue.
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AUCTION SALES. |
T T. COLDWELI^ Rea'. Estate Auctioneer.
ITALIC RALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY
ON E STREET, BETWEEN SIXTH AND
SEVENTH STREETS NORTHWEST, BEING
HOUSE AND PREMISES No. 615.
By virtue of a deed of trust, bearing date on the ^
27th day of June, A.D. 1872, and recorded in LiherBjj'
688, folio 278, See., of the land records for the District
of Oolnmbia, made to Win. II. Ward, his beirsand
assigns, with power of wile an 1 conveyance by the said
Wm. H. Warn, or bin heirs, in ease of default in the
payment of tlie certain promissory note by the Mid deed
secured, the undersigned. sole heir?-at-law of the said
Wm. H. Ward, now deceased, at the request of the
holder of Bald promissory note, and in default of payment
thereof, will oiler for Hale at public auction. In
front of the premises, on TUESDAY, THE SEVENTEENTH
DAY OF JANUARY, A.D. 1882. at FOUR
O'CLOCK P. M.. the eastern half of Lot numbered five
(!>). in square numbered four hundred and fifty-si*
(456>, in the city of Washington, D.C.. with the improvements
thereon, which consist of a three-atory and
back building-, Brick House and Stable.
Terms of Bale: One-third cash; the balance in one and
two years, with interest from day of Bale, the deferred
payments to bo secured by the notes of the purchaser
and deed of trust upon the property; or all cash at the
option of the purchaser. $200 to be paid down when
the property is struck off. All conveyancing at the cost
of purchaser. Terms to be complied with in seven
! days, otherwise the undersigned reserve the richt to resell
the property at the risk and cost of the defaulting
purchaser.
WM. A. WARD 1
MARY WARD jhYCE, Sole Heirs at Law
ROBT. H. WARD. I ?f _ ,
ANNA WARD. 1 Wm. H. Ward,
J. A. WARD. deceased.
FRANK M. WARD. J
JaS-lOt
jyUNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE S SALE OF IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
ON THE NORTH SIDE OF GAY STREET, BETWEEN
GhEENE AND WASHINGTON
STREETS, GEORGETOWN. D.O!
By virtue of a deed of trust, dated on the 9th of^fcij
March, 1876, and recorded in 1 iber 809, folio 468. fajjj
of the land records for the District of Columbia,and
at the request of the party secured, we will sell at public
auction, m front of the premi-es, on MONDAY, JAJiUAKY
TWENTY-THIRD, 1882. AT FOUR O'CLOCK
I'. M., all that lot cf ground in the City of Georgetown.
in the District of Columbia, being part of lot numbered
one hundred and forty-six (146) in Beall's addition to
said Georgetown. B> ginning for the game at a p <int
( i: tl.e north side of Gay street, distant otic hundred and
fifty (ISO) feet epst from Washington street, and run
tlieuce north eighty feet to an alley ten feet wide; then
east aionsr suid alley thirty (30) feet; thence south
eighty (80) fret, and then west thirtv (30) feet to the
beginning, with right of use of said alley extending to
Greene street, with improvements, consisting of two
two-story Frame Houses. The above property will be
offered in two parcelR.
Terms of pale; One-tliird cash; balance in six.
twelve, and eighteen months, with interet-t, secured by
truft on proj>ertv, or all casn, at option of purchaser.
$100 on each lot at time of sale. Conveyancing at purchaser's
cost. It teiiu. are not complied with in one
week, Trubtfcco will resell at rh.k of defaulting uurchaser.
WILLIAM A. GORDON,'
jall-d&da WILLIAM D. CASS1N, ( 1 ro^?a'
11HOS. J. FISHER & CO.,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' RALE OF THREE-STORY BRTCK
DWELLING. WITH STORE AND BAKERY ATTACHED,
No. 1816 FIFTH STREET NORTHWEST.
On MONDAY AFTERNOON. JANUARY HlX-tf^
TF.KN'iII, A.D. 1882, at POUR O'CLOCK, in frontEf
of the premium, hv virtue of a deed of trust dated^^
March 15th, A.D. 1877. uiul duly recorded in Liber No.
X48, folio 193, et seq., we shall sell lots numbered twenty
(2:?) and twenty-one. (21), in Dutcher's subdivision of
square uumbrred four hundred and seventy-five (47 0,
fronting together fifty (50; feet on 5th street, between
S street northwest, and Boundary street, with a
depth of 8H4$ feel to an alloy, U>getlier with the improvements.
consisting of a three-story brick dwelling, with
store, together with a baKe-houso in the rear.
Terms: (me-thii d in cash, the remainder in vwo equal
installments at one and two years, wee rod by deed of
trust on Uio premises, with interest at rate of seven (7)
per centum per annum, payable semi-annually. A deposit
of ?2(?0 wi'l be required w hen the property is struck
off. All conveyancing at the purch:iser's cost. Terms
of Kale must be compiled with in seven days after sale,
or the projierty may l>e resold ai the risk and coat of tne
defaulting purchaser after five days'notice in The Evening
Star newspaper.
FREDERICK B. McGUIRE, > x?,c:t?Voa
MARTIN Jj'. MORRIS. ( trustees.
j'2-d 1306 E Rtroet northwest.
FINANCIAL."
UTOCK PRIVILEGES.
ONLY SAFE WAY TO OPERATE.
vtm. h. peirce & co.,
613 FIFTEEN TH STREET.
Over Metropolitan National Bank.
Buy and Sell Stock i>rivilrges on Russell Sage, .TnmesR.
Keene. Jay Gi <dd and outer respon ible parties, and
traue atrainst s.imft as market chantes; also, buy and
sell Stocks and Bonds dea.t in at Now York Stock Exchange
on the most favorable t<-> as.
Correspondents in New York:
WM. II. GRANBERRY & CO.,
OWENS V MERCER,
VOORHEES & 1MBRIE.
All of whom ai-e well known and responsible members
of the Nev. Yosk Stock Exchange.
Ir.dieator in office. Orders executed promptly by wire.
We especially commend t> dealers and speculators
STOCK PRIV1 LEGES
the surest protection a.rai!iPt their trades. T hesearo
frequently re.-t.Ul at, iargu profits. Full printed explanations
at our office. j2-lm
CILVERTON GREY~EAGLE MISINGCOMPANY.
The Silv irtoc Grey Eagle Mining Company offer for
sa'.e a second block ol" livu thousand shares oi the Working
Capital St?x:k, in quantities to su!t purchasers.
TLIs STOCK IS NON-ASSESSABLE. The mine,
now lieing vigorously -vorked, is situate! at Silvej-ton.
Sau Juan County ..Colorado, t>) whieii point the. Denver
and Rio Grandeliailroisd is now graded and will lie completed
ill the spring. Tlie ore is liv-ld .iwaii.rg cheap
tnrih|>ortdtioij. Pros|>eetus<is and information may be
obtained and specimens c>t the on- at the oilioe of
MIDDLETON Ai Cf)., Bankers,
d29-lin Fiscal Agento (or the Company.
ALL OPERATIONS IN STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN
and Provisions conducted on commission.
Contracts or Privileges secured at the closest rates
Obtainable from resoonsibie parties.
Stocks Bought and Carried on 3 to 5 per font, margin.
Fractional Orders executed close to the market. Any
on*-, purchasing Privileges through us can use tho saino
as Margin in case thev show a profit.
List of rates and dit tanoes on Puts, Calls and Spreads
sent Free on application.
J. MIC HE LOT &CO., 48 Broad-it.. New York.
Chicago house, F. A. BEERS A CO., 114 La Salle st.
d7-3m
pRIVATE STOCK TELEGRAPH WIRES
BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND NEW YORK.
II. H. DODGE,
Beads, Stock? and Investment BoouriOafl Bouqrh t\nd j
bold on Commission.
No. 539 15TH STREET. (CORCORAN BUILDING,)
Agency for Prince and Whitely, Stock Brokers,
C4 Bbo/ujwat. New Yokk.
Evory class of Securities l?onght and sold on oommis*ion
in San Francisco, Baltimore, Itiiladelphia. New
York, Boston and Washington. Orders executed on t'lO
New York Stock Exchange at one-eighth of one pe?
commission, I'rivate and direct tftlogr'^ii wires to
Baltimore, Philadelphia, Now York and Boston, tlirough
which orders are execute on the Stock Exchanges
in thi*e cities and reported back promptly. Quotations
of Slocks an<i "Bonds ami information regarding the
Market**, rfx?ived through our wires INSTANTLY direct
from the New York Stock Exchange. nl
BUI LDERS'" SIT PPLIES.
L martin a co.'8 pulp mortar
BLACK,
For Bricklayer's Use,
Where Black Joints are Required.
Bent in the world. Only t>lack that never fades.
J. H. JOHNSON A CO., A OK NTS,
ap27 12tti street Wharf and 1202 F street northwest.
JpAINTS, OILS. WINDOW AND PLATE GLASS.
JOHNSTONE'S KALSOMINE and MASURVS I.iyiTID
PAINTS, ready for use. (Send for circulars.)
Estimat<*s furniKlied to Builders. A 1 uli stuck of ARTISTS'
SUPPLIES always on liaiid.
GEORGE RYNEAU JB..
n30 418 7th Btrf.FT NottTHvnw.
illard uotkl lottery drawing
14th FEBRUARY, 1882,
OK MONEY REFUNDED.
Loiiisvili.k, Ky., November 10, 1881.
Hrxo'rid, That the Board of Commissioners con sent to
a ]?>stoonenient of thedi ?wiug of the Wiilartl Ilotei Lottery,
until the 14th day of February, 1H82, and that
they will net conscut to any further postponement of
tlie same. i
Rout. Mallory, Chairman.
By the shove res< *ntion this drawing must and will be
hid ou th> day fixed, or money distributed back to
ticket-holders.
If enough Pckets are so'd, befrre i*te fixed, the
drawing will l? had, and notice of same will be given
through the papers.
LIST OF PRIZES:
The Willard Hotel, with all its Fixtures and
Furniture $25>0,'VH)
One lu-sideiice on Green si reet 15,000
One Re:-id< noe on Greea street 15.000
Two Cash Prizes, each f5.000 10, IKK)
T wo Cash Prizes, each f'2.00 4,000
Five (Tash Pn/*?, each $1.000 5,000
Five Cash Prizes, each $500 2,500
Fifty Cash Prizes, each $100 5,000
One Hundred Cash Prizes, each S50 5,000
Five Hundred Cash Prizes, each $20 10,000
One Set of Bar Furniture 1,000
One line Piano 500
One Handsctue Silver Tea Set. 100
400 Boxes Old Bourbon Whisky $36 14,400
10 Baskets Champagne. $35 350
Five Hundred Cash Prizes, each $10 6,000
400 Boxes Fine Wines, $30 12.000
200 Boxes ltobertsou County Whisky, $30 6,000
400 Boxes Havana Cigars, $10 4,000
Five Hundred Cash Prizes, each $10 5.000
AMOUNTING TO $368,850.
Whole Tickets. $8; Halves, $4, Quarters, Jp.
Remittance may be made by Bank Cliock. Express,
Postal Money Order, or registered maiL
Responsible agents wanted at all points. For circulars.
giving fall information and for tickets, address
W. O. D. WHIPS,
Willard HotoL Louisville, Ky.
W. W. GOULD, Agent,
1422 Penna. are.,
nW-eokktfebli Washington. D. C.
VELATI'S CARAMELS CAM NEVER BE 8DRpnued.
They speak for themselves. Manufaotorea
fresh every asy at 630 9th street. Branch Stor^
133V Paonsylvaaia avenue northwest, itltt ha
#
AUCTION BALES.
rjlHOMAft DOW LI No. Anon oncer.
1W0 SUPERB FRENCH-PLATE MANTEL MIRRORS.
GENERAL ASSORTMEN I' OK HOUSEHOLD
EFFECTS. BRU8. CARPET8. HAIR MATTRASSES,
SLL VER-FL ATEI> WARE.
ALS<\
ONE BILLIARD TABLE, * ITH BALLS COMPLETE;
ONE NEW BOSTON CUTTER; FOUR FINE
CARRIAGE ROBES; TWO FINK SHOW CASKS
WITH COUNTERS: LARGE WALNUT 1)1.sK;
BANK COUNTER WITH IRON RAILINGS. Ac.,
Ac., AT AUCTION.
At my Mies. TO-MORROW (Saturday), JANUARY
FOURTEENTH. 1882, commencing at TEN O'CLOCK.
N. B.? No postponement on account of weather.
It THOMAS DOWLING. A net.
REAT AUCTION SALE OF DRY GOOI)8JDRESS
GOODS, CLOAKS. CLOAKING. BLANKETS,
COMFORTS. WOOLENS, NOTIONS. &o.
I have determined to close out my entire line of Winter
Goods, comprising all the favorite Dress Goods,
Cloaks, Cloths. Notions. Blankets, he., commencing
MONDAY, JANUARY SIXTEENTH. TEN A.M.. and
Evening', 7 p.m., and continuing until all is disposed
9. E. YOUNG.
736 7th street
EUGENE MOORE, Salesman.
J13-2t H. COLMAN, Auctioneer.
fjpAYLOR & CREAMER. Baltimore, Mdi
FIRST~SALF,
OF A REGULAR SERIES OF
CROCKERY
TRADE SALES DURING THE YEAR 1882.
Having made arrangements with several manufacturers
and importers, we announce bi-monthiy sales of
I White and Decorated Ware and Housefuuiishing Goods
in general.
The first sale will take place in our salesrooms, specially
provided for that purpose by our late improvements,
ou MONDAY, JANUARY S'XTEKNTH, 1H82,
COMMENCING AT TEN O'CLOCK A.M.. and will
comprise:
16 Packages of White Ware, fresh goods and desirable
assortment, to ba sold in ojwti lots to suit.
100 Sets Toilet and Tea Ware, in new designs and choice
patterns. TAYLOR h CREAMER,
jal3-2t Auctioneers.
DUNCANSON BROS., Aucno?ieers,
Southeast cor. 9th and D streets northwest.
WELL-KEPT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND
GOODS, THE PROPE1.TY OF A LADY GOING
ABROAD, AND BEING ENTIRE EFFECTS
CONTAINED IN PREMISES No. 112:t FOURTEENTH
STREET NORTHWEST, AT AUCTION.
In part we name Parlor Brussels Carpet*. Walnut Suite
upholstered in crimson rep. Elegant Ebony and Gi.t
Cloth-covered Table, Marble-top Tables, Curtains and
Rods, Etegere, Office Table, Hall and Stair Carpets, !
Hall Furniture. Chairs, &c.; Walnut Set.-, Hair and
Shuck \1 nttre-se*. Single pieces Bedsteads, Bureaus.
Waslistands, Wardiobes, La^y ('hairs. Lounges, &c.,
&c.. cont ined in ten chambers.
Dining-room Furniture?Walnut Extension Tables,
Walnut Sidcbo-ird, Tables, Chairs. Crockery, Glassware,
Kitchen U ensils, &c.. Ac.
On FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY THIRTEENTH,
commencing st TEN O'CLOCK, at tne above residence,
we will sell th? entire household effects contained
therein, and to which we invite attention.
Tbe Furniture is chiefly Walnut, and is in first-class
condition. JalMt
tW THE ABOVE SALE TS POSTPONED ON Account
of tbe weather until WEDNESDAY, THE
EIGHTEENTH OK JANUARY, 1882, AT SAME
HOUR AND PLACE. Jal3
JT. COLDWELL, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE, ON THE
SOUTH SIDE OF PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
BETWEEN TWENTY-FOURTH AM) TWENTYFIFTH
STREETS, IN THE CITY OF WASHINGTON.
DC.
By virtue of a deed of trust, elated the third day
of Oetol>er, A.D. 1877, recorded in Lit>er 8<s<;, j>aV?y#
410, of the Land Records for the District oi
biuibis, and at the request of the party secured thereby,
I wi.l sell :;t public auction, in front of the premises, on
TUESDAY. the TWENTY-FOURTH DAY OF JANUARY.
A.D. 1KH2, at FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., allthatLot
of Groimd, banning for the same, on Pennsylvania
avenue, at the intersection of 1 it .-, three <3> an?T eleven
(11), in square numbered twenty-seven (27), and running
thence southerly, towards U street, on said division
line seventy-one feet four inches to tie- intersection of
lots three, four and eleven; thence easterly towards
24th street west thirty-one f?et. three inches; thence
northerly parallel with the division line Iietweeti lots
three and eleven, and adjoining the land of Dr. W.
G. H. Newman, to Pennsyl aula avenue, being a distance
of hity-nine feet six inches, idtc or less; thence
bounding on same thirty-six feet three inches, more or
less, to the place of l>eginuing.
Terms of sale: Cash; $100 to be paid at the time of
sale. Conveyancing at cost of purchaser. If terms are
n??t complied with in one week from the time of sale I
wdl resell the property at tiio risk and co..t of defaulting
purchaser. H. V. C ?L1 ON, Trustee,
]al3,21.23-3t 1509 L street nertnwest.
ALTER B. WILLIAMS a IJO., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF TWO-STORY BRICK, WITH
. TWO-8TOR3 FRAME BACK BUILDING, No.
1Hi7 I. STREET NORTHWEST; LOT 22x100 TO
ALLEY.
Bv virtue of a deed of trust, dated August 'Jth.
1?'<0. and duly recorded in Lil>er No. 94i>, touo 295, tojjjji
et seq. one of the Irml recordH for the District of*?
Columbia, and by direction of t!ie- party secureii thereby.
we will sell at public auction, in front-f the premises,
on v. EDNESDAY, -l V'- 1 A/.i 1'?VENTY-FIFTH,
18;'2, ai HALF-PAST lOl'K 1' M.. the foi,owing Leal
Estate in The <-:ty <>t Washington, iu s:ii<i District, to
v:! West 22 feet frontinir north L street by dcpuiof 110
feet to i ublic a 1< y yO feet wide of oi'it-'iuai i>ot No. in
square No. 140, together with tho improvements
thereon.
Terms of sale- One-third cash, of which >75 must be
paid at timeo: sa!e; andth? balance in one and two
years, in equal payments, to be secured by purchaser's
n.-tes, bearing seven |>er cent interest from day of sale,
interest payable semi-annually, aurt u deed of trust
on property sold; or all cash, at option of purchaser.
Conveyancing and recording at purchaser's cost.
Terms of i-ale to he complied with in six days after sale,
else Trustees reserve the right to resell at risk and cost
of purchaser in default.
WM. F. HOLTZMAN,I
JalS-dtdbe l'RED'K KOOinEH, V Jru*s eC3DUNCANSON
EROS., Auctioneers,
9th and D streets northwest.
PARI,OR SU1TK8 IN RAW SILK AND IN H. C.,
WALNUT M. T. CHAMBER SETS, WALNUT
ITRRARY TABLE. M. T. TABLKS. ENGRAVINGS,
ARM CHAIRS, ROCKERS. RTTGS, WALNi;
i' HAT RACK. LOUNGES. EXTENSION TABLE,
TAPESTRY. BRUSSELS AND INGRAIN
CARPETS, HAIR AND OTHER MATTRESSES,
BEDSTEADS, CROCKERY, &C., fco.
Also,
BUGGY AND HARNESS.
On MONDAY MORNING.JANUARY SIXTEENTH,
1HK2, commencing at TEN O'CLOCK, we will sell at
No. 512 East Capitol street, the entire Household Eifeoti
contained therein.
AT ONE O'CLOCK.
Buggy and Lamias.
Terms cash.
Jal-i-d DUNCANSON BROS.. Aucts.
ALTER B. WILLIAMS 4 CO.. Auctioneers.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
CARPETS, Ml LI Elt'S IRON SAFE,
IlOltSE, BUGGY AND HARNESS, AT AUCTION.
By order of the Supreme Court for the District of Columbia.
holding a siKvial term on Friday, the 6th day
of January, A.D. 1882, I shall sell at No. 1421 Hopkins
street, between 20th and 2Lt, O and P streets northwK
on WEDNESDAY, JANUARY EIGHTEENTH,
lh82, at TEN O'CLOCK A.M., part of the |<ersonaleff
otsot the 'ate George N. Hopkins, deceased, named in
partParlor
Furniture, Bedsteads. Bureaus and Withstands
Sewing Mach.ne, Cottage Suites,
M. T. Sideboard, Mirror, Pictures.
Extension Tattle, Brussels aiuj Ingrain CarpariL
Bedding, Pillows and Bolsters,
P'ated Ware, Mattresses, Gl?Asw?Te
And other go<>ds too tr, enumerate.
_ ? AT TWELVE O'CLOCK M.,
One Brown Mare_ ,rnc sidebar Buvrgy,
1 wo seto Sir>^ig harness. Miller's Iron Safe,
\7hij)s, &e.
SAMUF.I, C. RAUB. Executor.
HO MAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
GRAND AND IMPORTANT SALE AT AUCTION,
By Order of
J. SCHNITZER, 51 Bnoxn Strftkt, New York,
Of Genuine Imported
TURKISH AND PERSIAN RUGS AND CARPETS,
Comprising
RARE AND RICH SELECTIONS
of
PERSIAN, AFGHANISTAN, DAGHISTAN,OUCHAK,
GEORDEZ, CIRCASSIAN, ARMENIAN,
KHORASSAN AND MOORISH
BUGS AND CARPETS.
also,
JEDAZIENE, KELIM AND BAGDAD PORTIERES,
Being by Far the
HANDSOMEST COLLECTION OF TEXTILES,
In Design and Quality, Ever Offered By Us,
To Take Place at
MY SALESROOMS,
SOUTHWXST CoilNKB PENNSYLVANIA AVENUB AND
Eleventh Street,
MONDAY AND TUESDAY,
JANUARY SIXTEENTH AND SEVENTEENTH.
MORNING AND AFTERNOON. AT 11 AND 3
O'CLOCK.
On Exhibition
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
JANUARY THIRTEENTH A>D FOURTEENTH.
Every Article guaranteed gen"ine nnd imported.
J10 Gt THOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer.
r|^HOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
PROPERTY ON I STREET NORTH, BETWEEN
SEVENTEENTH AND EIGHTEENTH STREETS
WEST.
By \ irtue of a deed of trust to me, dated Mr.rch^&ij
17. A.D. 1877, and duly recorded in Liber No. 847.05
folio lf>9 et peq.. one ol the'.am records for the Dis--3-"
tiict of Columbia, and at the request of the parties sei
cured tjioreliy, I will t-e'l. at jiublie auction, iu front of
the premises, ou THURSDAY. THE NINETEENTH
I AY OF JANUARY, A.D. lf-82. AT 4 O'CLOCK P.M..
the following described real estate, situate in tho city of
Washington, District of Columbia, to wit: Parts of Lots
numbered sixteen (16), eighteen (18). and nineteen
(19). in square numbered one hundred and twenty
seven (127). lieginning for the same at a point in the
line of north I street sixty-seven (67> focteight(8)
h ches east of the northwest corner of said square
and running thence east thirty feet four (4) inches;
tlience south to the line of the al <-y in rear of Baid lot 19;
tlience north westerly along the line of said alley to the
dividing line between lots 18 and 19; thence north along
said line to the rear line of said lot 18; thence west along
the iesr ine of said lot 18 twenty (20) feet; ther.ee south
to sou them line of Baid lot 16 twenty <20) feet; thence
west one (1) foot and four (4) inches; tnence north ten
(10) feet; thence west three (3) feet; thence north to the
line of said 1 street and place of beginning; the parts of
said lots 18 and 19 being the west six (6) feet front on I
street of said lot 19; md the east twenty-four (24) feet
four (4) inches front on said street of lot 18. by the
depth thereof, together with the improvements thereon.
Terms: The indebtedness secured by Baid deed of
trust and exi>ense? of sale, iu cash, and balance in
twelve and eighteen months, for which the notes of the
purchaser, with interest at seven iter cent, per annum
from date of sale, and secured bv deed of trust on
property, will be taken. A deposit of $150 will be required
at time of sale. All conveyancing at purchaser's
o<?L Terms to be complied with in seven days, otherwise
the Trustee reserves the right to reeed the projierty
at tbe risk and cost cf the defauting purchaser, after
giving five dayb' notice .of such resale in tome newspaper
published in Washington, D.C.
Ja7-d&ds JOHN COUGHI.IN, Trustee.
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THE EVENING STAR.
FRIDAY Jauuarr IX, 1882.
2d Edition.
GUITEAU TRIAL CONTINUED.
MR. DAV1D&E CLOSES HIS ARGUMENT.
CARD FROM tiEN. BURBRIDGE.
THE NEW CONGRESSIONAL LIBRABY.
IWr. Daridire Close* Hi* Argument.
The following is a brief report of the proceedings
in the Gulteau trial alter the close of the report in
the first edition:
As Mr. Davidge proceeded.the prisoner continued
to interrupt him as he had interrupted Gen. Reynolds.
He denounced Mr. Cork hill for having suppressed
his manuscripts, adding with a spreadeagle
flourish, "The mills of the gods grind slowly,
but they grind sure. They wilt take in Cork hill
yet."
Mr. DavPlge finished reading at 3 o'clock, and
resumed his address to the Jury. He had begun
his remarks, he said, without exordium, and he
proposed to close It without peroration, except to
say to the Jury that their countrymen and Christendom
were waiting lor their verdict.
"I thank you, gentlomen, for your attention,
Mr. Davidge said, as he sat down.
"And I thank you, >1 r. Davidge," said the pris- j
oner. "1 hat is a very 1 ght speech."
The court then adjounvd.
Tlie Kentucky Controversy Again.
a card kkom general burbri1xje.
To thr Public:?Mr. Blackburn having assailed
ine in an open letter, I am compiled to respond.
On receiving his lastletterto me, dated
January 9th, I returned it to him with a fitting indorsement
which he had not the manliness to publish.
He professed to feel no interest in my communication,
notwithstanding my efforts to make
them as infceresting as possible. The defiance to
formulate a charge (presumably against himself)
as being engaged in the damnable crime of introducing
clothing inferted with yellow fever into the
northern cities during the war was as silly as It
would have been to defy me to implicate
him as an accomplice of Guiteau
in the murder of President Garfield.
That the correspondence was commenced by me is
true; but that personal insult was begun by him
is equally true. In the light of that correspondence.
which I am not surprised to find that he
regrets, I can well pfford to dispense with his good
opinion. The nop Cerberus which Mr. Blackburn
throws to the soldiers of the Union a rmy comes with
poor grace from a man who, on every occasion,
vilifies the holy c:-use which they represented
upon the field, and who declares his Intention not
to rest until no had wiped out every vestige of
republican war legislation from the statute book.
To his complaint that 1 preferred to vindicate my
grod name when despised only by men like hims
if by reierrlng to the people the estimation placed
upon my services by the only citizens oi my native
state whose optnions I value, those who were j
loyal to h'-r best interest, I have this to siy: If the
s-iiiy twaddle about formulating charges implicating
him in the yellow fever plot could be surpass* d, ]
it is found in tiie mock heroics which he affects |
to regret that I had not at once called him to j
account for the instilling language in which he re- |
ferred to me in the presence of l)r. Owsley, ir his j
course in persisting In t he opinio^, as there ex
pressed, is shared by Union men in the state of j
Kentucky after the reception of letter- \\ rltten by
the most eminent Union men of the state in which
lus opinion is em;>haiicaiiy contradicted, is satisfactory
to ids friends or to himself, it cert duly
cannot be to all honorable men. I dismissed
him from any further controversy by returning
his letter with my endorsement
thereon. A decent regard lor the opinion of mankind,
wh^-h I suppose, in his estimation, means
"the usages by which gentlemen ha\e b-Mii governed,"
could have prompted some gentlcnv-n to
resort to means less mild than an open Utter to
salve their wounded honor. I have a higher duty
imposed upon in.* th ui to send a challenge t < Mr.
Blackburn, and setue the "person :1 phase of
tiie issue" by a resort, to arms. 1 am ensured in
collating evident' irom rebel soureesot the atrocious
character of the man with whom Mr. B1 tckburn
el iais thit I dealt inhumanly. Men who
in the guise of confederate soldiers not only dott -d
his distnet, but the Entire state with the graves j
of union men. No threats oi violence or chat
lenges to test my courage upon the "field o.'
honor" shall interfere with this most importmt
work. We will, therefore, continue tiie exercises
in a few days h*r reading from Duke's history of
Morgan, how, after I defeated Morgan's forces in
1KW, some of his men scattered ov.-r -the state j
and became thieves and guerillas, whose conduct j
was alike obnoxious to confederate soldiers and
citizens. The rebel arc-hives will be called up to
testify to the chnrees made against the guerillas
by confederate ortioers in high command to the
provost marshal general of the confederate st ites,
who, acting upon them, ordered the arrest of
John Morgau, and his return to Richmond for
triaL This portion of confederate history, new to
most people, is from original documents, and will
afford ample proof of the prime necessity of exterminating
a class of men wno having deserted from
the confederate service became organized bands of
robbers and murderers. If in the course of their
extermination a rebel soldier occasionally met his
death, it might be pertinent to the occasion to ask
how the said soldier came to be outside the enemy's
line and within the district which I had the honor
to command. I used all legitimate means to discriminate
between soldiers and guerillas, but in
many cases it was a discrimination without a
difference. To those who can see in Mr. Blackburn's
assault upon me no reflection upon my
character, wldch could not be effaced by the resort
to arms, I have nothing to say. If this reply to
his "Letter to the Public" shall produce the impression
in the minds of ray friends, that 1 am deterred
from affording Mr. Blackburn this
personal satisfaction which he affects to desire
through fear of the consequences, I shall deeply
resrret it. It certainly cannot be egotistical In me
to claim that it is hardly necessary, at this late
day, for me to offer proof that I am not a coward.
In any case, I shall not Jeopardize my lile until I
have shown up, in their true oo'.brs, the men
whose disregard for all th.f> TQlos of civilized warfare
rendered thcin subjects for the hangman.
S. G. Bukijkidge.
Another Proposed Art-tic Expedition.
IiONOON, January 13.?The Academy, this week,
says- "Prof. Nordenskjold contemplates an arctic
expedition next summer, mainly tor the purpose
of proving the possibility of regular commercial
communication with Siberia.
The Treasury Investigation.?The Senate contingent
fund investigating committee to-day pursued
the same course of Inquiry as for some days
past. Mr. Norfleet, a saddter. was again before the
committe as was Judge TarbelL
THK NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
The following are the opening and closing prices
of the New York Stock Market to-day, as reported
by special wire to U. H. Dodge, 539 lath street:
1 Opening. Closing-Bid.
Alton and Terre naute......... ? 42
Alton and Terrc Haute preferred ?
A. D. Tel ? SB
B., IL and E. firsts ? ?
Canada Southern. 55* 55
Central Pacific 93* 94*
C hesapeake and Ohio ? S?
Chesapeake and Ohio 1st pfd... ? 36*
Chesapeake and Ohio 3d pfd? ? 26
Chicago and Alton ? 133*
Chicago,Burlington and Quincy 136* 137
C. 8. L. and No ? ?
C. C. C. and 1 82* 82*
0. C. and L 0 81 * 21*
Col. Coal 43 ?
Delaware and Hudson 106* 107*
Delaware,Lackawanna and W.. 124* 125*
Denver and Rio Grunde 69* 71*
District of Columbia bonds ? 107
Krle 41* 42*
Erie preferred 82* ?
Erie seconds 99* 99*
Hannibal and St. Jo 96 9ti5s
Hannibal and St Jo.preferred.. 109* 109*
Houston and Texas ? 85
Illinois Central 182* 132*
1. B. & W ? 47*
Lake Erie & W 35* 36
Lake Shore 114* 114*
Louisville and Nashville 98* ifc*
Manhattan Beach. ? 27
Michigan Central 89 88*
Missouri, Kansas and Texas.... 37* 38*
Missouri Pacific 101* 102*
Mobile and oiiio 33*a34* 33*
Manhattan Elevated ? 49#
MetroiKditan Elevated ? 88
New York Elevated ? 106
Nashville and Chattanooga 86 85*
New Jersey Central 92* 93*
New York Central 133* 134*
Norfolk and Western ? ?
Norfolk and Western preferred. ? 67*
Northern Pacific 86 36*
Northern Pacific preferred 75 76
Northwest 126* 127
Ohio Central 23* 25*
Ohio and Miss 37* 37*
Ohio and Miss, preferred ? ?
Ontario and Western 27* 27*.
Pacific Mall 41* 42*
Peo., D. and E 36 86*
Pennsylvania Central ? ?
Reading 64 * 64*
Rock Island 133* 134*
Su L. and 8. F ? 41
St L. and 8. P. preferred ? 59
St L. and S. P. 1st preferred.... ? 105
St Paul 109 1W*
St Paul preferred ? I2lk
St Paul and Omaha 36* ?
Su Paul a no Omaha preferred.. 100 ?
Texas Pacific #7* 49*
Tex as and Pacific land grants.. ? 74
Union Pacific 117* 118*
W abash and Pacific 36 * 373$
Wabash and Pacific preferred.. 9* 70
Western Union 78* 79^
quotations of government bonds. "*
,?closing?,
BUL AfikrtL
? reg 100* 101 .
Sereg 102# ZlJ
4*s reg in# U&
do coupon - /
4sreg .. 118* St#*
da coupon. jt ? 1
The New Connifttonal Library.
IMPORTANT ACTION OF THB JOINT fil.KtT 00*MTTTKB.
The Joint select eommtttee of the Senate and
House ou additional accommoduti >ns for the congressional
Library held a meeting to-day
and discussed the subject nt considerable
length. The result w.v the
adoption of a resolution, by a unanimous vote, to
adhere to the site design ited In the hill whleh
passed the Senile of tlie list- Codktmh. viz: the
squares adjoining the Capitol grounds on the east,
the front of the new building to fa<n? 1st sir m-t
east. The committer also decided that
under the law governing their action they are
not authorized to receive plans or designs "for a
Inn Id in? from any architects other thin tho^ already
selected under the act of Congress for that
purpose. The discussion to-d;iy showed that
the committee are disposed to recommend
the erection of the best bulldiug that can be obtained,
without regard to what thty consider
niggardly economy, in vl^w of the fact
that It Is to be a permanent depositor*of
the literature of the world. The committee
will meet again next Monday morning,
when, it Is probable, that a report to b>t.h houses
of Congress will be ordered to be made at once, a*
tlie committee are anxious to push l he work along.
AnauHrmenu, A c.
Ford'8 Opera House.?Rossi pin ved ''Othello"
last evening in a manner which delighted his audience.
To-night Edmvmt Keen will he given.
National Theater.?Rooson and Crane p'liryod
Sharp* and I'(at* last night, mid the laughter w is
almost continuous. To-night thev will repeat
Sharp* anil Flats.
Lincoln IUm.?The Chimes of Xormamly will I
be produced to-night, to-morrow night and at the '
| matinee to-morrow, by the Washington Operatic 1
company, with a strong cast of local talent and a :
chorus of seventy voices.
English otkha.?ri he Ideal Opera coinp tny.from
Boston, which appears at Ford's Opera Hons next
week, embraces among the soloists, Tom K ?rl,
Myron W. Whitney, W. II. Fe.ssendcn, H. c. Harnabee,
\\. 11. MucDonald, George Fiothlngham,
Marte stone, Geraldlue l lmar and Adelaide Phillips.
The entire chorus and the whole orchestra
accompany the p irty. Reserved seats can now be
had at t ie Opera House.
odd Fellows' Hall.?Austin's New York Dramatic
Combination will gi\e an Uncle Tut n't, Cabin
matinee at O ld Fellows' II <11 to-morrow. I'roL
Archer's Jubilee singers will iippear.
Select Sociablk at Forrest II.ill, West Washington,
next Monday evening, s ? advL
For JiiKtire by tlie Form* of Jnslicr.
To tlie Editor of Tiie Evkning Star.
While It Is to be hoped that the number of thoso
who approve tho language and methods of j
"Popula" is not large In this community, l Ph?i j
quite sure they greatly outnumber those correctly !
represented by Mr. E lward Daniels' article In i
Tuesday's Star. When he assumes to derflRi the :
stalwarts and Gulteau in the same paragraph, the >
former will certainly repudiate his defence of :
themselves. Most intelligent Americans have i
been reading the trial reports, and it seems evl- j
dent, there Is not one in a hundred who '
believes the assassin crazy enough to Just ify an
acquittal. I doubt if there Is ono in a thousaud
who would unqualitledly endorse Mr. Daniels' article.
except us regards moh violent The ,
la'ilef that the assassin should lie convicted, )
and that acquittal would be a public calamity and !
a gross cheat Ingol justice, seems to l>e as nearly <
unanimous as *ny proposition that eon d be i
named. It pervades all sections of our l.md and ,
the civilized world, and hll pntles and faction*. I
Let not friends of l.iw and jusl.ee dishonor these j
b> appeal to mob violence on the one hand; nor, I
on the oth( r hand, let any such demand shelter
for the criminal by a farcical trial and acquittal on
flimsy pretexts. Justitia.
Wosliin^ton TOnrkct If.etnil Prirrs,
Mea is.?lln'f, sirloiii, lf:iSO . per n?.; do |*crt rhotisf.
Be.* rib roa-<t. ISUatOc.;steak, i-j .. ;
Corned Beef. 8al2o.: Dried Reef, chipped, i> i80c.;
do. sliced. 20c.; Tontrues, 60.<45c.; Lamb. 15 .20 .;
Veal, 12^ai!0:.; Mutton, 10a 15c.; Pork, 12.15-.;
Sausage, 12,^ 11c.; Paeon Hams, sugar cured, j
16 ilTc.; Shoulders, lS;?al4c.; Breasts 14al5v.; i
L;.rd. 1 Ial5c.
Fli its.?oranges, 40>.S<v. per (ioz.; Lemons, 2Tii
SO-. per do/.: Bananas, 40.i50c. per do/..; App'.ev
4Ga50c. per peel:.; do., c>>o..iiig 30,10\ per p-ck:
Pears, W) ,80c. per peck; Grapes. 4 8c-. per 10.;
do., fancy, 10al9c.: Cranberries, 12>l.V. per qt.
Fish.?Perch. 2u40l. jht Iiuti -h: Rock, larve, 15a
'20c. per lb., 40 a50c. per bunch; Ma.ckex-l. 2-m-. per
1?\; Halibut. 15..2u:.; Tto-.t. 12 l.V. per lb.; BlUflsh, !
12'jair.e. per lb.; t ttVli, t> 25c. per bu-i it: Loblter,
12c. per lb.; Terrapin, slider^. $ > i$9 per do/.;
<to., uiamond-back, il?> |? t doz.; Turtle, 2oc..tfl
cacti.
Bittter.? Philadelphia Print. 5.V. per lb.; Western
Creamery. 50c.; New ^.>rk. 40 :;>c.; Roi,,
40*.; ( !i :>!? . perdoz.
\ Kur.T\rlks.? Pi-t it*><'A, Ii'Ls;:, .><>.:4dc, ner nc It;
di.. sest. SOnx>.. per pk; \. m., it,,-. jN-r pk: b- i
I'lge. lO.rJiJ.-. ja r h '.id; Kale, 15.20c. per pe k;
Sprouts, 20u30e. p^r |a*ck; Spinnach,80a40c. per p! ; j
R.-ei^s, 2 per bun. h: i/ itu e, taSe.per hasd;
<>nions.OOaeOc. per peek: t'. iT'>t.s,o&5c. perbun* a;
It- aiis, (1.1m ), 15j20j. qt. ;Oy.-ter Plants ;ia5c. h'h; i
Turnips, 25...J0C. per peek; < ry, 5alt?.:.; C .uu- :
flower, 15..25c. each; Sou ash, 2.loc per lb.; l'ump- ,
kin, lO^iiO'j.
Poultry.?Turkeys, I4"lftc. p^rlb.; Chickens,'
fOc.uf 1.25 p*ir pair; Ducks, 75c.a$1.25 jkt pair;
Goese, 75c.:'$1.25 each; Squabs, $2 |?er doz.
Gakk.?Snipe, |4a$4.50 in r ilo7.; W ild Tur'rry', ' ,
?1.50a$3 each; Canvas Backs $3.50a|4.50 per pair; I
lied Heads, $la}l.25; Shultlers, 75c.; Widge uiN
'5?-.; Rooks or Cur Ducks, 50-. per pair; Mallard,
flat 1.25 per pair; Grouse, fl.50 if 1.75 per
l-air; Pheasants, tla$1.50; Plovers, 25i. each; i .
\Vild Ge-Tse, 73c.a$l ea<*h; Wood.'o k. 75c. ea< h; ]
Quail, per duz., 50.44.; Rabbity $l-50a2.50 per j
doz. ,
Elections of Officers.?The Bakers* Co-opera- ! 1
five AsS'Kiatton last evening elecieil the following i (
directors for the ensuing term: John W. Miller, ,
Conrad Schwab, Louis Neurath, t'h irles Sehaefer, !
John F. V'ogt, Charles Schneider, and Louis Doerr. ; i
The newly elected directors afterward met. and : j
organized by the election of the following officers: \
President, Louis Neurath; secretary, James H. ! j
Dorey; and treasurer, Louis Doerr. ,
The German Evangelical Church Association, i
last evening, elected the following officers: President,
F. ImhofT; vice-president, J. G. Killl in; secretary,
W. Seherger; assistant secretary, E. Sachs;
treasurer, M. Laupman; directors, Christian
Gockeier, L. Kettler, George Goc.keicr, G. llartlg, ,
W. Berger, Ge >rge C. Walker, John Scheuch, and j
Charles Schneider.
The Mutual Benefit Association of the Signal ,
Corps, U. S. A., has elected the following officers |
for theensulng^year: President, a W. Rh(?de.: vice i ,
president, G. K. King; treasurer, F. M. M. Bejii; i ,
secretary, H." E. Williams; assistant secretary, C. i
R. Zappone; executive t<nd financial committee, \
H. J. Penrod, Wm. Daly. J. D. M irx.
The board of managers of the Homeopathic Hos- . f
plt-aI, at an adjourned meeting yesterday, elected ,
as the executive committee: Miss Minna Blair, ' <
Mrs. C. P. Culver, Mrs. A. L Bariiour, Mrs. G. i
CrandalL Mrs. R. W. Tyler, Mrs. A. K. Williams i
Mrs. G. W. Pope, Mrs. A. E Bums, Mrs. William >
L. Van Derlip, Mrs. A. E. Olive, Mrs. N. W. Fitz- ,
gerald, Mrs. C. H. Butler, Mrs. It B. Donaldson, .
Mrs. Charles Nordhoff, Mrs. ,lj.mes (iilflllau. Mrs. ! ,
Rol>ert J. Fisher, ir., Mrs. x. u. Walker, Mr.-. E. C.
Cutter, Mrs. S. T. Davis Miss Isab I 11. L nman, l
Mrs. A. I>. Robinson, Mrs. J. W. IMlllng, Mrs. j
O. Clephane, Mrs. C. P. Westcott, Mrs. F. L
man.
The Dickens Debating Society, tile J'Vii inutanr
n^VltnI1R 3ll^V- M. Bartlett
Pi^rv- w-iV,,^Oir.ger, Vice president;
. ^ih w' S'- cD*/jiry; llarry Reed, treasurer.
f < an Interesting debate took place,
part.c^pat^i in bj- Masters Fernandez and Fisher
in the affirmative and Bollinger and Eckhafdt In
the negative. Subject: " Was the Execution of
Major Andre Justifiable? " The president decided
In the affirmative.
Washington Cattle "marret!?On the Metropolitan
Branch B. & o. R.It, three miles from the
city?Lewis D. Means, proprietor.?At the oueensU?wn
Drove Yard?Wednesday, 220 head of t attle
were sold to butchers, at S)$a5Vc. per lb.; 450 sheep
and lambs were sold as follows: she?p 5a6j$ per !
lb.; LambsS^a6W. Cows and calves brought$25a
$50. The state of the market was dult
Maryland Farmer*' Convention.
ANNUAL MEETING OK MONTGOMERY OOl'NTV AGHICCLTCRI9TS?
MA1TKRS OF DISTRICT INTEREST.
The annual convention of the farmers of Montgomery
county and others interested In agriculture
was held Wednesday at the Sandy Spring
Lyceum. Among the prominent gentlemen present
were Judge W. V. Boulc, Charles Abcrt, Dr. F.
Howard, of this city, Mr. Caleph Stabler and Mr.
Robert Roberts of Fairfax eountv, Va. Mr. Henry
C. Hallowell is the president of the convention.
The committee on railroad crossings, consisting of
Messrs. Charles Abert. Joseph H. Bradley tmd
" 1111am John Thomas reported favorably on their
work in that direction, having secunil from tlie
railroad additional flagmen at crossings on the
Metropolitan Brunch. The committee on the question
of having a public grain-weigher lu Georgetown
reported that It was not deemed advisable '
as yet On the action of the convention of last '
year towards the erection of a farmers' hotel and
market in Washington, D. C., In which there had
been much Interest displayed, the committer of
which Mr. B. H. Miller was chairman, reported
that resolutions would be submitted to Representative
Urner looking towards the securing of' a
public reser\at ion for that purpose. A series of
questions afTecUng farming interests were brought
before the meeting and discussed in five-minute
speeches. That ou the depredations of dogs
among sheep created considerable feeling, and a
resolution was passed naming a committee of
three to draft- a suitable law to remedy tnis evil, u>
be forwarded to the leg! si >ture. 1
Gov. Cameron's First Veto.?In the Virginia 1
senate yesterday a message was received from
Gov. Cameron vetoing the bill recently passed "to ^
ratify and confirm the consolidation of the Rich- t
mond and Southwestern Railway Company wltn
the Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio 2>*TT?W~1 }xl^ u
Railroad Company, under the nanw and style o. ?
the Richmond and Louisville Railroad Company. *
OrrrFACs Cottpin.?In the
supreme court yesterday Judge Gilbert an _
order removing John A I?,
the defendants in the case of V? *
cover ?3.767 58 from tli6 Ml Djnaniic ^olor Coinpany.
John M. ulteau is a coueln of the assassin _
of President QarflckL < ^ ^
General simok Cambbok has purchased RhellyN
Island in the Susquehanna river, near the York
county shore, about ten miles above Marietta. The _
island contains about two hundred acrw of fine
raSlnfr toe price paid was about I
$36,000. <t, >
TMB RSFOBT OF AK iMTrSTIOATINO COMMITT** Of i
tlie Virgtnia legislature shows some loose book- Z
keeping in the office of the second auditor under a I
former incumDent, aad It Is claimed that t9l,flM> i
face value of coupons are misming from the office.
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1 tijUitnal la Ko< kt oirr.
ins oossonov wvkp ft tbii rrAntNkWT or 4
I'M r SHU AN.
An nnu<?n| arti. le fmui the Ro^he^tor, ?f. T.,
Ormocrul nt,<f < fcroMCrie, was republished in thfc
paper > -* ' l iy and wa*a ?uh)*vf Ol lunch OOI?vers
itlon In this city durimr the d*r,l.oUi In nro.oselor.al
rm iw and on the ?treet. Apparently it
oaus-<d even more commotion In Kocbeiftcr. a*"the
tallowing trmi the wmr pajwr Shows:
Dr. J. K Henlon, w ho t* won known nol onlv in
Rochester hut in nwrty every part of America
soot an extended article to thin paper, a few davs
since which was duly published, dot 1 111 tig his fo.
mark a 01? experience and res. ?. from w hat seemed
to bo certain death. It w. ?n?i ho ino*?s.sihle u>
enumerate the tiersonal ItHjulrlo* wblh have been
made at ouroflV-eastothe valldltv .?f the
nut they have l?een no numerous UntfurthT investigation
ot the subject was doomed an editor! U
neee??slty.
With this end In now a representative of this
paper called on l?r. Ilonlon, ut his resMnm on sv.
Stn-t. when the follow in? Interview occurred:
'lhat aru< le or yours, |V> lor, h is creaUd
quljU' a whirlwind. An- the statement* about the
u-rrlhie condition you wore in, ant the way >ou
won' rescued, such as you can -u-t ?ln?"
"Every oneof them and many additional onm.
Few people over ret no near the urave as | did and
then return, himI 1 am not surprised tit .t the public
thluk It marvelous. It waa marvelous."
' > world did you, a plijslcian, come to
he brought so low?"
"By myle. ung the first and most simple svmnti>niR.
I did not think I w s sick, it iH true I
had frequent headaches; telt tired most of the
time; could eat nothing oue day and was rav.?n' us
the next; f?*;t dull Inlefinite pains >-nd mr
stomach was out of order, but 1 did uot think it
meant anything s<-rtoua'*
"But have these rcmji. in ailments amthltur to
do with the fearful Bright'a disease which took mi
llrin a hold on y on?"
"Anything? \\ hy. thoy are the sure lid!e?t1ons
Of 1,10 iirstKt.it;-sof that dread ul m Uady. The
tact Is, low people know ,?r realize w ii it ,,ii? them
?J{'4 I^m sorry to bay that too low physician* da
"Th it Is a strange statement, Doctor."
"But it 1* :? t ii.- or, .. The ni.-dlo.il' profession
have Ijo'u treating sunptoms Instead ol ui.^uwh
lor years, Mtid it l> hi rh t in It o*n vvt. Wo d * h'Vr
<!>,Vn ?'n ?l,r' twlcs when we
should strllo at tlM root. The ayiupMns I h .ve
lust mentioned or .,n> unusual a? i ,..n or nm t on
VtJ *J'?T <hann,ta ln,B? 'to ?ho ;ippro?ii of
i!Hi:lil div as*, even more than a o>UkIi bi>iiou'u'os
the condnc of ortiiKuni;dlon. \\m
do not treat the enroll, but try to
help tliC lunn. We Should not w imo
our Ume trjlHR b? relieve the ho .d ? hi-, stomach
palna uhoul Uiobo ly or other symptoms, i.ut to
directly m the kidneys, the s. un_e or 111 st o! th.-.ie
i diluents." w
"Tills, then. Is what you mo.int wls-n vou said
that tuon than one-h.Ui the deaths w lui-ji o,. ur
arl^ from Hrl^rlu's ts if rt vt 'iT**
I 1 -? is<-l.vi i ti'iiisands of so-i'allod <I1s?%.ih?hi
toinirin.: peopi,- to-day, wh n in roallt\ it |H
I.11,'lit s disease in w-nio one or its muny fontia. it
is a Hydra-headed monster, and tiie sir ht.-st
symtdoiiis should strike tenor to ev.- y one who
lia-* thont. I can l.n?k baok and r.-. ;iIt lintclr -dsof
deaths which plijulclans d?vl n-d :,t th > tlino wora
c;tus?'d by par.iljsis, apopleav, he.it dt.soaim.
pneumonia, malarial fever and c?t... r eoinmoo
cinnplaliits wlileh I see tiuw were catutud by
Bright a dls-'ane." '
,t mNi?",d Ml1 ,h,,se raHOs haVf' s'mpl" symj.torns
K\ei> on> of th*m, and ml^rlit have been etired
as 1 wj.h byt.he tlue-ly uv> of tiie s,m?o r.-meiv
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liv 1 rnr . 1 ,iin -i-uinir
non^b<>r-'1 '^1 in UUR matter, anl
think I am h.^'lplng others to ->--e the r?< u uud lle-lr
possible d.inp r also. Why, there ;ir-- nn end of
ti-uihs bearlru; on this miI.j. u Ii v.mi w..td to
know more alHnit It go and s.v Mr. Warner hi ins
-If. lie \\;!S si. k the -.ame as I. and is the ho.ilth.
. . ..V1 t?-rtay. He his made a
^t.id.v o. this subjei-t, an I can give you more farts
than 1 cau. lio, bMi, mid ^ e l?r Ioitttmore., the
cti. mist, at I he I niversily. 11 y?u w.mt fai-ts
th.-re are ;.ny<iu6!.tit> of th 111 shftwiiiirtheaLinain?
increase ot Bright'* dlaea.^, Ii- simple and d.>i\
ptiye syinpt .:ns and t hut then' ts but one w.iy
by wldch It can be escaped."
bully s.ii s;,.^i of the truth and force of the T?o<v
tors words the r-porti i hade him -o d d .v and
called on Mr. Warie r at h's ost.,l.iishmeiit 011 Kxchanu'e
strei-t. Al first Mr. W .n.er w s ln< lm.il
ti Is? M-.tlcentj l?ut learning iii.it the informHt.on
d< >iie.| was hIkiiii tb<-alarmbi^lri. r>-. *-.>f liri rht's
< iM\,s.?, his manner chanp-d iuataiitly, and he
^is?!.e ver>'earnestty:
It Is ti u--1hat Bright's <ils. ;se ivs iiim'Mffl
w. nierfully, and v.r liiid, l?\ p*li.ihl?- siat-ixtJ s,
th. t la theipaat ton years its gr wth has txva fli
P'-roent, I <aik at the protxin ut 1.. n It liascariV
: hu'u " ^' ""- r, * has , W iboti. ?;?|-peo'
',I>.sliop I! t\ n an i ot ii. rs. 'I'hls l> ternl le
?ad Siiows a irre.it r growtht ianthat ot .ny ot\,?r
ki -nn <0 iipiaint. It uiusi be plain to every one
that something inu-t h< dom- to . hi*, k th'.siniroase
t?r th.-re Is no knowing where ft m \ . n<i "
"lioyou tiunk man) p opieare ; nil. 1 d with It
to?fl.iy who do not re. l /e it, y.y. \\ i n. t-?"llundr
Isoi Ihouaiiils. I have 1 ?>t;lklrig o\Br.ipl"
of this truth whl ii (lis just <-oiae toinj
M t A nruiilnent pro , aurla a Now i?r|.-ana
l;ie i| *al college Was le< t i:r; !ig Ix Tore his class OS
taoBUbjivt ol Bright s dlnus". H< had varl us
111!Us UU J* r inlet': >H It jy-vj^ mj.] \v js sM ?w -iiif
the students what th Indicat a ins of t Ids t<T! ible
loalady wore.Inoi t'-r todrsw the oont rast h twi-.n
lie .lthy an.l uiiheallio ;iui.l> he had provided a
v I'tl the contents < 11 v\iii?h were dr.twn irom his
iovn person. -And now , g. mi.-uii if,' h. said,'as
we have S'vn the unhealthy indl vt '-ns.l w ii! hew
vo'ihowit uppoars In a state ol pi poet health.*
mid he submitted his own fluid to the usual t?*st!
As he watched the P-^ult his count* n oii-e sulJenlychaagod
-his oolorand eommsad boihw
him and In a trembling voice he^dd : m; nth men,
I have made a painful disoovvrv; / have lin^ht's
11- -aseof the kidneys,' and In l--ss than a vear he
tie was dead."
"Ion believe, then, that it has no symptoms of
ts own and Is frequently unknown even by ihs
[>erson who Is afflicted w ith It?"
"It has no syiaptoms of its own and very often
none at alL I suall> no two pe..plo have the %aras
symptoms, and frequently death Is tji? tirvi s> mn1-om.
The .slightest In ligations of any kidney difficulty
should be enough to strike terror to any
me. I know what I am talking about, for I have
tieen through all the Stages of k'ilnc3" disease."
"You know 01 Ivr. Henion's cas.-V'
" Yes, I have both read and heird yr it,"
"It Is very wonderful, is it not."'
"A very prominent ease, but no more so than a
Treat niHiiy others that have c.nie to my notloc as
Having been oure.t by the same means."
" ^ ou believe, then, that Brtgiit's disease can lis
"unil!"
"I know it can. I know it from t'ie ex|s?rlono?
if hundreds of prominent persons who were given
iji tu die liy both their physleiaiis and trleiela."
t^Y?u s,H-akof your own expertenoo, what was
"A fearful one. I had felt languid and unfitted
ror business for years. Hut I dxl not knov '?h,t
illed me. W hen, however. I found it w- kt.n.ow
Itnii-ulty I thought there was little he-,,. .,'n JJ,
he doctors. I nave sin. e n5e5 ?}?
(Jhysleiansof this city poiU^- ,a J,",' ' n 0
nan on. the street oikj < *,. -l! )tltr . 'riL^. ^^1 .
n in who will l?.- /i ^.* * . itn.. I h* 11 goes a
ft or is wt Mild 1 . within a year.' I bi-lleve hla
altV'iv^L- >!!~? proven true if I had not lotuvv
.rn.- w-' 11 i4n<l us v| ,hv rotninly now known as
(t., . Safe Kldm-y and Liver I'll re."
' ^. iid this caused you to manut.ieture it?*
"No. it csused me to Investigate, l went to the
principal eittes with l>r. Cral., the d1s-ov -r. r, and
saw the physicians pres. ill.inc and using It, and
saw that I>r. Craig was unable, with his facilities,
to supply the medicine u> thousands w ho wanuid
it. I therefore determined, as a duty I owed humanity
and the suffering, to bring it within their
reach, and now It Is known In every part of America,
Is sold In every drug store and Luis become a
household necessity.*
The rei?ort?r left Mr. Warner, much Impressed
with the earnestness and sincerity of his statements.
and next paid a visit to Dr. s. A. Lattlmore
at his residence on Prlnee street. !>r. I.attlmoro.
although busily engaged uoon some matters connected
with the Stat*' Hoard of Health?of which he
Is one of the analylsts. i*ourteously answered the
questions tUat were propounded him.
"Did you make a chemical analysis of the case
of"r. B- U- Warner some three years ago, 1Xk>
"Yes, sir." ,
"What did this analysis show ^ ou?"
"The presence of albumen and lube casts in greu*
abundance," 6
"And w hat did the symptoms Indicate?"
"A serious disease ot the kidneys."
"Did you think Mr. Warner could recover?"
"N?, sir. I did not think it possible. If was
seldom, indeed, that so pronounced a case had, ui
to that time, ever been cured."
"Do you kuow anything about the remedy which
cured htm?"
"Yes, I have cbeml-'-ally analvred ft nnd upon
critical examination, find It entiivly tree from any
poisonous or deleterious substances."
We publish the foregoing st laments In view or
the commotion which the publMty ?t Dr. Henionis
article has caused and fo saoet the protestations
which h ive been made. Tb?' standing or Dr. HenIon,
Mr. Warner and Dr. hattmiore In the c?Knmunlty
is bevond question, and the stau-fnents
they make cannot for a moment be doubted. 1 hey
cotieluslvely show that Brtghfs disease of the
kidneys Is one of the most deceptive and danerrous
Of all disease that it 1s oxe.-?dlr.-l> comma,
alarmingly m.-reasing and thatlt can U.- cured.
MAKKli:?.
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