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THE EVENING STAR.
FBIDiy Jan>iarf I:), 18199b
LOCAL MENTION.
The W>ailifr. ,
rrnm of thf ? hiff sionai OrrfF.R, >
Wa ^ him.to*. D.C.,January r$. in-2.9:30a.m.(
For the mill lie An ntlc states, cloudy
Weather and rain or snow, followed by p artly
sloudy whither, southerly to westerly v. in Is
(light rise in t 'mperalurc, and falling loliowe I by
filing barometer.
Spn ial Wralhrr Klillt liii.
FAIR TO-MORROW AND COI.P HIOHT.
The chief signal officer furnish'-* the following
Social bulletin to the nr? -??: The st<>rta ffhli h was
tfntnl Id the Kocky Mountain r.vion yesterday
m' rntn. h is movwj eastward, and is now central
! ItelinerItkfl re_rlon stain. Kaln has j?rr?viM
I 1 > the t>n!o vVlley ->n I southern portion of
KMlr Btimn.aimimownrritil> uc northwest.
the lake r>-gl n and New ^ ork. Very heavy
ror.s ar reported in th' low r Mi-sKsippl alfl the
f?!ito valleys. The s? i !lon-? name* report Wt?' rainfall
In In-ii^s . > follow s, durdig the past tweutyf
-ur hour*: Cairo. l.w CI:: Inn it!, 1.06; Little
Rock. 1.21; Louisville. 1 :J.i; Memphis, 2.11; Nashville,
2.19 The lrmp? ratnre |, .s "fallen slightly on
the Atlantic coast. In the northwest anil s^uthwe,t.
and at Ko kv Mount dn -t itJons, where it Is
from t n t > twr-r.ty d?xr?''*s bei<>w t:?#? mean for
th* month, lr lias r!- n slightly tn the Mississippi
v lley ;:n-1 l;k?' r don. The oid>>. Tennessee
CumbrLmd and lower M - Issipm rivers continue'
to rs'1. and floods are report l n?-ar Nashvtlle.
It -j ^iit h itt rains will e t'u- * d uu t'^ln^ fl >ods !n
thel wroh'oai l itstribntarl s. an I tb T> nn<s M
and COBMfbDd dBrtng Fiw y edit, v turd
iy rui ? SuT:d iy. Th- vi - <si!>pl will pr> ">ably
r irh the dai rer l!n.? .-t ? dro during Sunday, and
floods will probably or- ur ia th low -r .Mississippi
during the . > Pig we-s. The tnd! atiansarot'.t it
line w>'ath r will prcv-.il during s turdiy in the
middle and south Mia ntlc tales, with colder
Wtvtsi* r during Saturday night.
100 P;.7f,n klfln vs at 911 Pennsylvania ave., tomorxow,
at 5Mc. ]? r ?! 1. or r . jt.iieee.
Violin (old Cremon , for s d^ 7th st. n.w.
S\rs?r,F^. sp ire* rih iiid pork tenderloins; the
!> st lu th?- city at 911 P? i nsy:vania ave.
Tk> Not Wait 1-ut call at o:> * ,r >1. Au^ensti'In'a,
Pi? 7th strc tBortkweHt. udarcaretamlBS. For
t -morro.v I di ulofTor t ioilov iiiif: Tea s? tt>,
r n(a;: i. v, p, < >. f: r.i; < v. r.-d chee>?? plates,
lie.; l.r. .id knives, iae.; larj^e Jananned du-.t
p ius. * .; 2 tioz. sh< If papt r^. (? .; S\ ;t) hri ad p in-,
l ?|t. dippers, bread craters. gi;t band e^g
cni s mi l < ;-. mhi pir hen,Sc jpiece. Great rednctio'iis
in china, glass ani hoii-y..- lurnishln^ goods.
v vior Nfckkrson, of the army, canned the
?rr! si nf .i driv.T Ol a Mek e;-rt f??r cm- Uj fee .tInsf
his horse. The major and in t< nant i:.,yly, of
the navy. :ipr?e .r?-.l ;,t the I'oli< e Court, lliis mornllKr.
aS wll' e\st>. Sli-11 fo ind toe lUan
guilty and fined liiiu according to law.
914 Pennsvlvama Avk. will b? open until 10
p iii. t"-L irrow. so the uie. h tnlc can iiave the adv
tnt.tge of gcttin.-a g< d dinner cheap for Sunday.
Po Yor Kn*ow Mrs. Thompson? Is It possible
you have hot called ?t the Kliftr- lloiis?^ during one
of ber visits here in the p.ist two ye;?rs and seen
her lovely waves f->r the huir? If so, call now,
as n?-ver before h rs she hail siieh exquisite shtides
In grays, blondes and drabs, a!?d >o many new
thlacs you hardly know whh-h makes you look
the pretti -t. Don't wait until too late to get your
particular shade. Parior 26. Klggs.
I?ov'Truln your evesight; consult Ilempier, \yt
Street.
JrT8sn.L*s Ice Cream and Charlotte Kusse.
914 Pennsvivania Avemk is now l^ing cn1
r.'ed. ;;nd l*i:? ft w d ivs w ill be able to accommodate
all who want to save money.
For I ?niEs" Kvbreks at 35 cents pro to Z. Strasburger,
yi 6 7th tr? et, I tween I and K northwest.
Prime rib roabt at 914 Pennsylvania ave., 12&C.
per pound.
Okeat Aucno.v Sale at J. T.. Youngs', 736 7th
BtnxL
A White ITackman named Wra. F. Codriek was
pi< he i np e n iy tiii- inormng at the corner of lHth
and Pstreets northwest In an Insensible condition.
w:th Lis head badly bruised. Sometime later
his hack was found it 17th and H streets, badly
nn.islv d and one of the horses with its leg broken.
The horse w.?s shot by the oflleer and the other
bne taken to a ll .ery stdil*?. H is nppoasd tiie
horse- ran aw.iy and that Codriek wuo thrown
from the carrl ijre.
Livek. the 1-t in the city, 5j. per pound, at 911
Pennsylvania ave.
Posmvsi.v Oni.v To morrow you rnn buy at
1. Ooldsi-nmid s M mmor-i 1?- p ; 11: n nt sn?r\ 812
Tth.l* nvtvn II :ii i I streets north west, 2 SOOdouble
p' l.i! o.Ien t th-; icks i?>r5<-.; K.t-t India launcir\
blue. lc. ti l>o\: W.st ireiwh ??. blaekimr, 2c.
SIM:skoe brashes, in.-, vidsk bnoi&ite.:
ferubbln^ brushes, extra 1 rye gc.; 50
cli this pin-, n iiair oni-I. 10 .; har?d mirro s,
: rut'Nrci mbs. 5c.; uish nn*Ks. pie.; star stove
pasf poildi, 7.: .:-iiiw stove t<rushes. Sc.; star
Tlrii wasi,!'-' r is. 12*.; .'.0 ft. vi- tiies lin-'S, 5*.; 60
It.. P>-.; :* it.. l.V'.; tia-i'i <>rati-d lilue peony <]esi?i
rt pi it. s,: v t!' /-n; diiinor plaWs, 6ic. }^"doz.;
Si Up plates, :t> . do/_
lMroH7ET> Kp.u t. P.- st in Washington. 911 P^nn
syiv .-.nia avenue.
For Dambi rgs ,'0 to Y. un.^s',7th street.
On Private ?w.e. 't l>'w:;:..-'s an tir.n house,
coii<- t: a or r ire Writs. French, German. Engli>h
cinn tjnon :u d pl?;k-evd can vries. Malt s^?
kitUns. auu rlanis, -. it ti-ius. Jiy Uishoii, the
Blftt M..n..
CU V A_N l> D1STKICT.
Aniiivmrnt", A<-., TiMii^ht.
Ford's * cki: a liorsc.?l;o -i as"E luiund Kean."
Kationai. Theater.?K> bsi>n and Crane In
it lid I '/f\
Lincols Hai-l.?77>* Chim?*of Xorutandy.
( ??n IcH^nl I.?m :ils.
Advert Is. Ts wiU eonfer a favor lys^-ndinfir In
llielr orders Sfl ?arly as practicable for t. m ,rrow's
Am 1 -sheet star.id which an extraordinary
edition will, as u-u iL be printed.
The str* et l m will t>?Mi'-'ht"d this evening at
B.*2S JL. ti-.. ex* :.g-.lshed at 2:50 a.m.
Speei ;] L'eetw A2'-tit Henry lcaff yesterday
notitle?i r:t , 1 est ite broken that unh-Ss they
t0?-k o!?r 1:. ;,v to or -s-cUte tiielr bttslueaa he
Would -v, ir out w:?rr?',,-s :?c"aiust them.
Th * rt ??1 ?. "jers' Term th - i::orn!n? adJoumed
till M"i;.iay. lnconst>iueneeol the absence
ot a quorum.
I n "h l'.rmdt. sr.. a weii-Vnown resident of B.i!Uai
T''. di-d suddenly in this rit> i(?st eve^lnjf. lie
was for t- rt\ years president'of tiie Baltic?1're
and H.e?ifi; -f.i5 ste.-rni oat company, and of fhC
fiaviiin ih steunship Pne.
Coo. !? !! u is .-h .r_r> 1 iji th-1 Police C"Urt to-day
wit'i a> . u ?:u.r t.n th< reoiore?| inun named fieo.
(i'l'fn. and w i.-n p-.k?.1 t t lead h'- said he "didnt
V>ult him." ? ut he '-slapped mm across themoul
The t ou t - :i i he sruessi <1 ttiep- w?is not much dlflerenie,
an 1 !m,>otvd a hue ol $5.
A Wife's it for IUvorce.?I^eonora S. Ox>lIdtre,
nrr- Plu.orl. v? sterday tiwnl a bill for divorce
fr>m Jijs. pi; s. Cooli !>re. >!? sets forth a marriage
at Norfolk, Vx, in M 1 v. ikt?>, bv the ltev.
TI in s H? ti-oa, at the First Biptist church, and
alleges de?? rt.?>n since I)e* ember, IMS.
The W. I? I. Cokps lUft.?The second compllm*-nt<iry
b 11 of the Washington Ltght Infantry
corps, irlven at the armory or that organization
last ev.-alnsf w is j.irgelv attended. Among those
present were bistil t commissioner Dent, Adjutant
Mitchell, it artdlerv, 1*. s A., Mrs. \V T
(ihonao, Mrs. Kdw trd o BriVn, Mrs. E. II. Neumeyer.
Mrs. a. fowlln. Mrs. (i. 11. Tucker. Mrs. P.
J. DufTv, Mis. J. F. curr.in, of New York; Mrs.
Paul Llvt- gstone, Mrs. .1 i?e> N. Calljn. Mrs. John
K. Oallow .y. Mrs. Sim Johnson, toward I_
Chaffee. Mrs. N. B. Bryant, of Boston; Mrs. Hoscoe
W. 4? ics, Mrs. Thomas J. Cowle, Mrs. (Jeor-'e
Breltbartli, Mrs. John Cow e, Mrs. John 11. wtimot,
Mrs. J. F_ Keete. Mrs. Malcr Clifford, Mrs. A.
J. Corrv, Miss Lillle Alb n, of Philadelphia; Miss
Jennie Williams,of Baltimore; MtasSauie Anderson,
of Delaphane, V.u; >.iss Kmina llershbach,of
HaT.inn ih: Mlsf Kale \VorK, Miss j.*ssie Bi>jfart,
Mlss>'s M it tie t; uves. <;raeie Finley. Maggie
Cowie, Lzz;e lb Idea, Mamie Fries, <;u~ate l?*ut,
Annie Conrad, Hose Stevilie, K itie Nokes, Alice
Kokea, Emma Oreeni md, H >s?* chaom in, M unle
Chapman, Mamie EnceL. Annie Fuller, C. Hardaw
iy, Ainie lb?dg?*s. Annie Shatvvell, Mamie Cow11
n, Annie Oootier, Mary Uhidings, I- C. Tullock,
K 1 lie Speer, Ella Bell, Fannie Waters. IIattie
B?yer. Emma Syilnor, Annie Wriirht, Millie
Coombs Ella Plaice, Maggie Nestor, Elia C'hauucey,
Nellie Swet.t, Maude Martin, Fannie Wilson,
Fiuma Jon s, M aine Lirue, bla Cross, Laura
Moilges, Kos Henderson, Mrs. Laura MeUee, of
Baltimore; Mrs. Horace Springer, Mrs. Wlhlam
Busiihv and B- -s!e Pierce. Floor .M *n iger Cramer
Was assisted t y Messrs. W. E. Wright, Charles
C'urand, Charles Clements, Leon Schell, H. W.
pe.iti .nd. t; orge N-ufferle, Jr., (?. W. Biilings and
V Mi Ev y. The executive committee couSisteii
of Purfon K. Ki>s,s, E. II. Neumeyer, W. 11.
llaru o'i, l>. Sim Johnson and (ieorge Breitbarth.
The ball Was a very brilliant affair In every re?r'
? t ,.n i !u .na/. I witn the c re for the comfort
of t. e ui. -tsvi iv h charucU-rkes ihc enUiUiintn-'nts
'>? ciups.
Ti krisii ca rifts *>!> Hi us.?Parties interested
in tries.- -o?l. sLf-uld not fmattend theexhibiU
n to-ni"iT v\ at Howling s s desriKims, southr
t' r ''' n^Jlv.tn u avenue and 11th
Vi-M V1" "r whi.-h c r. mences Monday, the
1UL In.sUnt. s. e adv? nb, 1 .rut.
WPm#*.m!';,*"Ib,'^?hl. d ?s follows: Matilda
'V ^ i V ,n* ll?* su> - ;,nd 7, s.,and
su??. :i*s. do.; br>vx .I W St ,rr
We^llr.lV'lJt IP * half lot 33 and
w. t half I 124. s,t. n*j; $2.kja m .rj 1). Bradlev
U, Je'.'r o TV B. all's addition
K.,r, 1 't*U' I>. lowl*T, trustee to
1 P rt 19- ~s|- 877-15 Marv
Jj^'dettbetal toua^sa II. Brt.le, lot 34,'sq. :*/;
I FolHnsl?et?, er.M three two-storv
I B^J^nts8 nSr?"My >?'tw* '*n and 21 and I) aS
I JoT^t ri?. C ,Wr'st;? 11 Woodhury Whaler
I Mm ' i subs, -jrvi and 256, su. 675- 16 (J00
I t!" w' "h?rer ^ J- J- Brunor, pu *2,?? lOM-*i?:
I r r v "tirul.0 H K CUr^ ??t 11, aq'aa^i? ?a
I tirft w like? ? 8 Klrirh* suh-47- *! $a,?oo.
I {ma w fr?l0-^Arjh Kershaw, sub! 87, M
I>i*trirt Government Affairs*
Mr. JoLn B. Clagett. In a note to the Commlssloners,
stites that be 1- informed that assessment
for work done on 1st street s. utiteast, from 1> street
south to Georcia avenue, has been by the court declared
uniawiui and an injunction granted from
collecting the ass .-.ssuk nt on squan s fiW and 701:
and as the a^s^sru-rit on square 699 has b*>en e me?
!le.i ly the Commissioners, h asks that the same
a tion be taken for Mpiare 701. This paper having
f>-en idem i to >ir. W. o. fTnnmi. in < harge oi
sr?- la? as.->.">s:nenta, that officer, in reply, states
that the "assessment on 1st street, square has
b-en p.il 1 in full; also, nearly all otsquare 701;':
ais >, that he b is "no knowledge of an> order of
any court affecting this assessment"
bcildino permits
Issued by Inspector Eutwlsle: Win. Okie, erect a
dwelling, 9th street, between I and K; $.">75, J is.
A. M a. .ithrim'. repair frame, .W8 fiiii street s.e.;
! tvi'A r. \. Duffy. remodel bri k, 1233 7th str<*et n.
i w.; $i.<??. if. c. Cbristmun. repair brick, corner
SMi and L streets s.e,; fyr?. W. A. Gordon, trustee,
t M rgret Il-ili >ran. lot 1, sub. of pt. of Harlem;
>! lot >, <*ame; *">10. F.C. Collinsworth et aL
j t?P. U. Christmas, lot 7, sq. 820; $2,000.
Wlij- They \V;:nt Net* District ComraiMMioncrw*
address of the KX-rtHi.ic school ntrsTEKS
AND OTHERS TO THE PRESIDENT, AND UU
j REPLY.
The addf0'3 which wos presented to ihe Pr^sld
nt yestTday, by the delegation of ex-public '
| s liool trustees and others urging a change or District
Commissioners (is stated In The Stak) was
r-. jTby Dr. Beyburn as follows:
.V/*. iTrsfii' nt: "it is through you alone that the
I c'tiz^ns of this District can make their opinions
an I wishes telt in local government. Tne National
Execttl Tela chugtd toy law with the appointment
of Commissioners for the District of ColumI
bia. The di.siranchisement of the citizens has resulted.
we respectfully submit, in certain evils
n ? for.^een by Congress. The government of the
District has fallen into the h inds of m< n who repr?
-. ut s;"'cUi and Umtted interests not in har|
m'?ny with the Interests of the public. The proI
prleties of this o. casion prevent us from lllustra!
tin.'by more than a single example tlie general
mismanagement of District alTalrs for the j
l tiir- e years. We refer to the treat- i
ment of the public s.hool system. Import
.nt as exefllcnce in public schools is in I
the I at< s, it is doubly so here. Foreigners are i
ap? to r> ? r.l the schools at the national capit al as i
I tii'- best in the country, an l the strongest induce-.
: ment. w e can off- r to members of Congress to bring
their families with them to Washington,and to
m n ot means and culture to m ike this city their
n< rman -nt pi ire of residence, Is to provide for the
l) -t facilities for the education of their children.
We complain that the present civil Cotnmisslon;
era have neither a sympathetic nor an intelligent
appreciation of the requirements of
| a system of p\iblic education; that they are
: not qualified to admiuir-i-'r It; that they
have * u reached upon necessary and proper
ptwers nf the sc hool board, and have mudediflicu't
ag?unpleasant the performance of its duties.
They have n t aided and promoted the estabilshmeni
of lik'ber grades; they resisted the approj
Dilation or land and money for a high school, an l,
I 1 f y-'ur lamented predecessor had not interfered,
th y would have erected a police station. Jail and
st d>le in close proximity to the new high school
budding; and they have year after year allowed
j s-hool-rooms to remain without furniture for
1 months durintr term time, leaving the money appropriated
to buy it to lie unused In the Treasury.
The funds appropriated for current repairs have 1
been extravagantly managed. In all points, the
interests o, the school system have been subordinated
toother Interests; and they would have suf!
feredmore severely ff Congress had not intervened
for their protection against th * men whose oftUial
duty it was to care for them. Mr. President: We
are not here to present the claims of any candidates.
We ask only that, in making the selection
of civil Commissioners for this District, you will
disregard the applications of parties favored by (
special interests, and appoint men of Intelligence
an-:l experience in municipal administration, who
shall represent the moral and educational as well
a- the m tteri d interests of the people"
The address is signed by a larsre number of exptibllc
s ii<mi trustees, and t > It is appende.1 the
following: "We concur with the ex-trustees of the
public schools in tlie expn-ssion of opinion that
a ch .ngt of the civil Cominissl iners of the District
Is desirable; and wo fully agree that the moral
and educational interests of the people, no less
than their material interests, should be regarded
in making appointments to this office."
Signed by Thomas J. Durant and thirty-nine
other citizens.
WHAT TTtF PRESIDENT SAID.
The President said th it he had not given the
matter of a change of District Commissioners
j mu-h thought and might not be able to so for
sometime, but he recognized the importance of
i the puhll.; schools, and Would give the matters
brought to li'.s attention careful consideration.
Mahriaue Licenses have be n Issued to W. n.
Col man and Bt lie Germon; Robert W. llarvcy
J and Knt- E. Brown; F. J. Browning, of P. G. co.,
| and Su-le E. Kennedy; B. F. Clarke and Oeea A.
T.vnn, b>th of Vienna, Vt.; w. It. Wilcox an<i
. Eiiza G. Miller flames W. Nutwell, of Haghesvilic,
M l..atid K'?sa f: Moran; Augustus iioyd and Emma
Snin.iO.m; John KanOolph" and Mary M. Mack;
Hamilton Snidii and Millie Toil.ver; J<?iin A. Goldin
and Ida W. Murphy, both of Charles CO., Md.
"rrkunoamu in the I'ci.ice Corc.t aoain.?
Fnnl.din J>ur!iuy:ame, whofi^un^d prominentlj* as
a fi e-lover before the Police Court some time ago
on eh r.-es of ass.tuitinsr members of his family,
was before Ju ige Sn dl again to-d y on a charge of
assault and b dt ry. G orj<;e Johnson, a cigar
maker, testified th it he rents rooms from Burtingiiiip
at. N >. '?& Penn-vivania avenu?, and l ist
ni.'ht at 10o'cl:> !;. wie n he attempted to go to his
rooms, Mr. Burlingame m^t him at tits d<x^r and
foriild him eat rinr the h'-use, and witness insisted,
when Mr. Burilng.irae knocked him down and
: s - ~ o i 'T lhim kgain after he got up. Mr. Burlinr
tii: ' testified that last June a woman claiming to
ih* the man's wife rent d rooms fn>m him, and
they have made a great d- al of disturbance at all
j hours of the day and ni.ht, and yestrday mornIuj:
Mrs. Johtison cane* to witness' r?xnn with her
garments covered with b:ood and her face bruised
u!.d I'r.plored ld^ ]?r-d-etion agdnst Johnson. Witness
met Johnson at the door last ni^ht and t/d-i
1dm ih d he ? ould not come in, and he advanced
t> ward-the door and witness ktio.ked him down
! several times. The charge was dismissed.
| Thk Boy Shooting Case.?The charge of assault
and battery wtth int. nt te kill, against tlie boy
I Henry K.-th, who last Monday, at the corner of
10th ind F .streets, shot a young man named Jno.
I*. Bower in the eye with a pi>tol, was set torto,
(i. y, but Mr. Blunt toM the court that lie had been
i advised by Dr.lfewman that the injured man is
j not y. t able to appe ,r, and the case was continued
| until Tues lay next
A Baby Exposed to the Snow Storh.?This
morning quite early, one of Lt. Johnson's patr.#imen,
of the second precinct, found a live white
male child about a week old, laying between two
j large pie.-es of frozen clay at llth and Bound irv
I streets. The babe was removed to the st ition,
and its clothing found to be frozen to its body.
; The proper restoratives were applied, and a
woman living near the station house took temporary
charge of It
A Colored Boy in Stolen Female Attire.?
Jitiues I'inkney, a colored boy, was arrested by
DeteciJye Coomea, Wednesday evening, in the
northwestern section of the city, on theehar^e of
stealing a complete outfit of ladies clothing froui
i the bouse of Mrs. Eiiza A. Grandln, of No. 1214 K
street, where he was empiovCd as a servant Dej
tective Coomes was searching ti?c fc ause in which
' the boy was found for the stol-n articles, and on
opening a wardrobe he revealed the thief, arrayed
in the stolen garments. He had on alirge and
1 very pr-tty hat, and his dress was fashionably
j cut. Ills kinky hair was soaked full of grease,
| and p.irted in the middle, and the front locks were
trimmed and combed down for bangs, while his
! cheeks were painted red. He was escorted to
police headqu titers and Io,;ke l up all night In
the Police Court, yesterday, his bangs kept their
| shape splendidly. The case was continued until
to-day, when Mrs. Grandin identified the property
that was found on the prisoner, which con-lsted
I of a Gainsborough hat, a black silk sacque, a
brown cashmere dn>ss, four white skirts, and the
; other necessary articles which make a female's
j dr. ss complete. Tlie prisoner stated that he was
going to a bait with a gentleman friend, but did
i not intend to steal the clothes. The court seni
tenced him to GO days in JaiL
i The Will op the Late James Towi.es has
be*?n filed. It makes the following bequests: To
I bis niece, Catharine Moore, tiie interest, dividends
an i profits on 500 shares of stock In the National
Union insurance company, in Washington. 1). C.,
to be enjoyed by her only as lonsr as she remains
unmarried, and at her death or marriage the said
shares of stok to goto his sons, Gilbert B. and
Henry O. Towles. He bequeaths his piano to his
two grandchildren, Alice and Bessie Towles; his
rocking chair and family Bible to his son, Gilbert
B.; his furniture to his son, Henry u.; part of lot
No. :i, square 371, with improvements, to his sons
j Gilbert B. and Henry O.; also to the latter, parts
lot 2, square 4<>i, with improvements; to Gilbert B
I part lot 3, square 40i; to Gdbert B. and Henry o
p.rt lot 10, squnr 404; to the children of Gilbert
?,7 H v hts ^r''s< nl wlIe, part lot 9. square 405; and
aII the rest of his real estate an l personal uronerty
to his sons, Gilbert B. and Henry o. Towles.
He appoints his two sons executors of the wllL
The Georgetown College Alumni Dinner.?
At the annual banquet of the Georgetown College
Aluinni Association, held at Welcker's last eveni
ing, Dr. Johnson Eliot presiding, there were
present of the asso latlon: W. F. Quicks ill, T. A.
i Lambert, F. J. Kleekhoter, I). F. Brady, E. F. Hill,
J. M. Mackall, C. A. Elliot. J. K. Boss, N. T. Murray,
C. C. Lancaster, Jr., W. It Abell, N. 8. Hill,
Dr. Johnson Elic.t, Dr. D. B. Clarke, Dr. Kalnh
Walsh, Dr. W. S. Hrls- oe, Dr. W. w. Evans, Dr. J.
F. Harthfan, Dr. C. H. Nocrse, Dr. Joseph Taber
John ?>n. Dr. Frank liowe. Dr. J. E. McArdle, Dr.
John Meuke, Dr. A. lkhrer.d, Dr. J. L. Elliot, Dr.
lf..rr!son Crook, A. Porter Morse, XV. s. Perry, B.
j t. Hanlev, J. F. Beale, W. E Jones, j. h. Kalsron,
i E. J. Dallas, Edward Hayes. Hon. V. D. sttckbridge,
E H. Thomas, A. J. F sli.% I). O'C. Callighan,
Geo. W. Salter, J. P. iAjthrop, Sevellon A.
Brown. A. S. Taylor, Charles Camrers. Thomas II.
I Bradley, F. G. Se<ton, Thomas l)uke,W. O. Brown,
F. A. Lehman, J. B. C'nurcU, J. D. O Connell, C. F.
Benjamin, S. W. c'urriden, E. A. Dick, Charles S.
Hughes and I)r. P. J. Murphy. Hon. Charles P.
J .mes, lion. J. Hubley Ashton, W. F. Mattingly.
Dr. F A. Ashford, occupied seats near the head ol
the table as invited guests. Toasts were responded
to by Dr. Eliot, T. A. Lambert, Hon. V. D. Stockbridge,
W. g. Perry. A. P. Morse, Judge James,
Hon. J. H. Ashton, Dr. J. P. Murphy and Major
Bradley. A tribute to the president of the association,
Judge Walter s. Cox, who was unavoidably
absent, was delivered by William F. Mattingly,
esq., eulogistic of htm as a Jurist, and In praise of
bis discharge of bis responsible and delicate duties
i in the trial over which ae is pr&tftng.
Btmoi.ars Foiled t.v an* Attempt to Brfak /.
Safb.?Last nl?bt burglars scale ! the rear '.vail o;
Stott's dnnj store, on tite south side of Pennsylv <n
a avenue, between 4% and bth streets, and entering
the back window, rolled the Iron safe from
lt< place.:! bout midway or tlie room, to the elevat
t, and lowered It through the s uttle to the basement.
win re they trh d to crack it, but for soih<
c Ur>o fy ie l. probably for want of time, as they
i;?pear to Lave abandoned th* Job and tl-d, leaving '
t'lelr tools behind them, consisting of a lirge,
in avy crow-bar, blacksmith's sledge hammer, a
number of ?teel wedges. and some ruse, with whleh '
thT trl"d to blow th*> safe op*'n. Nothing, as frr '
as can be seen, is missing from the store. II id
they succeeded in getting thesafe open they would
have got no money or other valuables, as since the ;
robbery of Mr. Stott's safe, about a year ago, no
\ iluables ar.- le t there. The police do not think
i he job was by profession tls, and they think they ,
know the guilty party, on some or the tools ktt
b -hlud, which appear to belong to a set of ston.;-- 1
cutter's kit, is the name "O'Brien." The police
st.ite that the job must have been done before tiv '
snow of last night, as there art* no tracks leading '
from the store.
De^th Ffom Sm.u.l Pox.?A case of death from
s nullpox was reported to the health officer last
evening. l\ter Jones, colored, living in Draper's
alley, between 12th and 18th. and B and C streets
southwest, recently returned from ConnelLsville,
P i., where he had been working, and was taken
sick New Year day. A colored root and herb doctor
in the smie alley has been attending him, and
li died yesterday morning. The body was buried
last night, and Dr. Mead, of the health office, this
morning proceeded to thoroughly fumigate the
premis? s and disinfect them; also, vaccinated the
people in the house?pome seven in number. I)r.
Leach has been directed to go through the alley
and vaccinate ail living there. Dr. Mead states
that it is not one of those cases which is likely to
be contagious except perhaps to those living in
tiie same dwelling. Every precaution will be taken
by the health department to prevent the spread of
the ulseaae. This is the only new case heard from.
Tke New Departcre.? Now that the Columbian
University has secured a building site in the city,
it has placed it- valuable lands and properties upon
the books of Fitch, Fox <fc Brown, f?>r sale upon
most reasonable terms, a notice of which appears
to-day in the advertising columns. 1
Beat. E?t*tk Sale.?Duncanson Bros., auctioneers,
sold yesterday afternoon for Horace J.
Frost, trustee, ;<11 of lot 3 and the east 7 feet or lot
4. In square 517. having a front ot 37 feet on II
street, between 4th and 5th streets northwest, and
having nearly an eciual front on Massachusetts
avenue, improved oy frame building, to II.
Schimdtman for |2,H30. s
The Courts.
Cocrt in General Term.
Yesterday, Schneider agt. Garland; opinion by )
Judge Ilagner; reversed; chief justice dissents; .
Justice James states his reasons for concurring; ;
written motion for r< hearing to be filed. Buss
agt. Graham; decree affirmed; appeal bond, $500.
Butherrord agt. Glover; Perry required to show
cause why sale should no; be set aside.
Police Court?Judge Snell.
Yesterday, Beile Dixon, Mary Dyson, (col'd), John
and Bobert Sherlock, Benjamin Tolson, Jolin Donnelly,
Annie Crawford and George Chase, vagrants,
were sent to the workhouse. William Charlton,
loud and boisterous; $5 or 15 days. Henry dinger,
violating the bu'Id ng regulations in falling
to exhibit a light at night on building material
in the street; personal bonds not to repeat the
offence.
To-day, Wm. Bird, assault on Samuel Young
with a shoe; 15 or 15days. James Pinkney, larceny
of a lot of clothing from Eliza A. Grandln; 60 days
in jalL Levi Colston, cruelty to animals, $5 or 15
days. Alzie White, threats to his wife; personal
bonds to keep the peace.
The pastor of the colored Baptist church at Muddy
Branch, Montgomery county, and three of li Is
followers were arrested last Friday for tearing
down and hauling away the church.
The legislature of Maryland yesterday re-elected
Hon. Barnes Compton as treasurer of the state for
two years. Mr. Compton has filled the office for
the past eight years.
In the senate of Maryland a commission 1s pro- 1
posed to secure the oo-operation of Virginia in i
protecting Potomac river oysters. .
Yy HEKE DOCTORS AGREE
IT MEANS SOMETHING SURELY!
The wonderful effocts of extract of Celery end Chamomile
upon the nervous system and digestive orv"ans, in
curing 6uch every-day diseases as Sick Headache,
Nervous Headache. Neuralgia, Nervousness. Paralysis
and Dyti-ei sia, and preventing Neuralgia of the Heart
and eudden death, is now explained.
Celery has only come into public notice within the last
few years as a nervine, but scientific experiments aud j
experience have proved beyond a doubt that it controls
nervous irritation and periodic Nervous aud Sick Headaches
to a marked degree.
The world--wide-known Dr. Brown Sequard Pays that
Celery contains more nerve food than any other vegetable
or substance found in nature. The extract of
Celery and Chamomile, which ban been but recently
introduced to the pn>fession aud the public by Dr. C.
W. Bauson, has produced such marvelous results in
curing the above special complaints, that it has excited
public and professional attention and conknent.
Dr. J. W. J. Emrlar. a prominent "regular" of Baltimore,
pays them this hiifh tribute: "Dr. Benson's preparation
of Celery and Chamomile, for nervous diseases,
is the most important addition made to the materia
inedioa in the last quarter of a century."
I>r. A. Schiiehter, < i Baltimore, another weU-lniown
physician, savs: "Dr. Benson's Pills are worth their
weight in guld in Nervous and Sick Headache."
The e Pi'!- are 8 special preparation, only for the cure
of s]>ecial disease, as named, and for these diseases they
are worthy of a trial by all intelligent sufl'ereis. They
are prepared under the Doctor's personal supervision, <
expressly to cine Sifk Headache, Nervous Headache,
Dvsj eptic Headache, Neuralida, Nervousness, Paralysis,
Sle?-| lo-ness nnd Dyspepsia, and will cube anv case.
Sold by ali dru?rgi>ts. Price 00 cents a box. Depot,
106 North Entaw street, Baltimore, Md. By mail, two
boxes for $1, or six boxed for *2.50, to any address.
DR. BENSON'S NEW REMEDY AND FAVORITE
PRESCRIPTION.
DR. C. W. BENSON'S * 1
SKIN CUKE i
Is Warranted to Cure
ECZEMA TETTERS. HUMORS.
INFLAMMATION, MTLK CRUST,
ALL ROUGH SCALY ERUPTIONS,
DISEASES OF HAIR AND SCALP,
SCROFULA ULCERS, TENDER ITCHINGS, 1
And PIMPLES on nil parts of the body. !
It makes the skin white, soft and smooth; removes '
tan and freckles, and is the BEST TOILET DRESSING (
IN THE WORLD. Elegantly put up, TWO bottles in
one package, consisting of both internal and external (
treatment. (
All lirst-claea druggists have it. Price $1 rer pack- ]
age. e9 :
jQ ARPETa. ~~~ "
Wears daily receiving our Fall and Winter assortment
of all the new designs in Carpets comprising Royal ,
jtrutons Ax minsters, Moquettea, Bggelow, Body Bros- .
Pels Tapestry and Ingrains.Smyma Carpets, Hugs and
Mats iu KTeat variety. Floor Drnggetts all sizes. I
Smyrna Carets by the jard, with borders to match.
Linoleum in new designs. Cocoa Mats all sizes. Floor
Linen all widths, Raw Snk ami Satin furniture cover- 1
inxr. Swiss, Antique aud Nottingham Lace Curtains in
choice patterns. Purchasers will nnd it to their ad- '
vantage to examine our Stock.
HOOK. BRO. A CO., ,
ol 1328 F STREET. NEAR EBBITT HOUSE. 1
OLD WINE AND OLD FRIENDS ARE KNOWN AS (
the best, so is JUSTH'S Old Stand known for years
as the only place where first-class SECOND-HAND c
CLOTHING can lie sold at respectable prices. Address or
call at JUSTH'S Old Stand, Nor 619 D street,between "
f>tli and 7th streets northwest, or Branch Store, No. 408
9tii street, between D and E streets northwest. N. B. ?
Note by mail promptly attended to. xnar24
H. WHEATLEY'8 ~
RTEAM DYETNG 3
AND WET AND DRY
SCOURING EST AB LI SH MENT.
tFill call for and deliver WORK anywhere in thfe District,
upon receipt ot address by mail or otherwise.
Goods received and returned oy mail and express from ?
and to ah parts of the country.
No. 1068 (OLD 49) JEFFERSON STREET.
aps Neah Bhiuoe. Georgetown. D. C.
o "!
40 Bushels Crushed Coke. $3,30. 1
O 25 Bushels Crushed Coke $2.23. ;
40 Bushels Ordinary Coke $2.90. !
K 25 Bushels Ordinary Coke $2.00.
For Bale at office of the Washington GasE
light Company, or at G. W. CROPLEY'S t
DruK Store, West Washington. nl2 "
STATIONERY DEPARTMENT^
M. W. GALT, BRO. & CO.,
JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS,
Have in their Stationery Department the finest PLAIN,
MOURNING and FANCY WRITING PAPERS. CORRESPONDENCE
CARDS, GUEST CARDS, MENUS,
&c.
ARMS, CRESTS. MONOGRAMS, WEDDING IN- t
V1TAT1UNS, VISITING and RECEPTION CARDS elegantly
engraved.
Ja5 1107 Pevkptlvania Avenue. .
1^VERY ONE HIS OWN ARTISTT
A WONDERFUL INVENTION.
New Art, embracine all kinds of drawing, acquired in 1
one to thre** lessons. Outfits lnnured are furnished free. f
Satisfa>^tiou or no charge on first lesson. Call and ex- '
amine drawing after one lesson. McLEOD'S Studio,
boom 3. \ enion Row, corner IJenn?ylvania avenue 1
and lOthstreet northwest. Take elevator. d3-2m
pRIME MEATS,
562 9th STREET WING CENTER MARKET.
M. C. WEAVER.
ROBINSON & CO.,
BOYS' CLOTHING HOUSE;
oM, 909 PinrKBTLVAiriA AvKWTrm. i
CARD.?I HAVE REDUCED THE PRICES ,
?' t? $3 per dozen and Curds to SI per
dosen. Stop and see apecimens. B LACKLIDGE. the
PboUvraphet, 467 Pennsylvania aienne.
. . ...X:';.
CITY ITEMS.
Don't
Waste precious time?Use Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
it once lor your coujh.
HOO.
The Importers' Tea Company of New York have
opened a branch store In this city. Their tea cans,
11, lbs., and coffee, 3 v l>>s. each, are st aled up in
Kins. Every ean contains a present of from 10
enls to $30 caslj, or gold or silver watches or Jew irv,
and also genuine diamond Jewelry?no
blanks?the tea and coffee helng worth at a fair
retail price more than that asked, without any reyard
to the present. This company tike tills
method to advertise their goods and after March
15th these teas and coiiees will l>e sold wholly on
their merits by their agent at the same price, but
without the present. This company hns appointed
more than forty a rents in various cities, none of
ivhit h are now giving presents, the time having
spired, yet each agent has a large and rapidlygrowing*
trade, as the superior quality of their
joods becomes known, orders by mail promptly
forwarded to all pr.rts of the United States. AdIress
Importers' Tea Company, No. "819 \l.<rket
5pace, Washington. D.C. Pri e, 11 per can; 11 cans
or #11); 23 cans for $-J0; GO cans for foO.
The followlng-n>imedpersonsla a partial list only
3f those who received presents to day: John Spen er.1420
35th st. (CJeo-getown),stem-winding watch;
r. L. Blout (milliner), 710 7th st n.w., chatelaln
fvateh; Mrs. M. ColiUis,37 C st. n.e.. silver butter
ilsh; T. B. Cross, Jr. (iumlxr dealer),solid gold
imethyst ring; W m. Wakle, 325 Mass. ave. n.e.,
chatelaln wat-'h, value $18; Mrs. W. I?. Chipley,135
F st. n.e., stem-win ier watch; J. <i. Addison, cor.
5th and Market Space, stem-winding and stemnetting
watch, value $12; L. Douglass, 403 1 st. n.
kv., stem-winding and stem-setting watch; Peter
I), llager, 322 Fenn. ave. (Mrs. Nosoury's boardinglouse),
ladies' chatelaln wat -h; G. L. Yoeekei,
esldence 145Mass. ave. n.e. (ticket agent B.&O.R.
R. Co.), watch; T. L. Morris,432 6th st,stem-wlndng
and stem-setting wath; G. W. Rich, 2108 14th
?t. n.w., butter dish; Miss II. Douglass, 410 New
Jersey ave. s.e.. goblet; .Mrs. A. G. Ford, 628 s. 8th
-t., syrup cup; Mrs. A. W. Bryan, lfi E. Calvert St.,
\vrup cup; J.W. Drew, drarg1*t, 9th st and Pennsylvania
ave., residence 936 E st., one diamond
ing valued at $i0; J.J. McGuigan, 606 13th st. n.
kv. (engineer), one butterdish; Prof. T. E. I'hlpps,
r25 6th st. n.w., fruit dish; \v. E. Stearns, 130 4th
st s.e., pickle dish; Jennie Sherwood, with K.
Masston, LeDroit Park, division amethyst rim:; C
LJ. Evens, Bureau Engraving and Printing, 922 E
;t, chatelaine; Mr. Jacob Childs, of Chllds & Son,
13th and D sts. n.e., wat h; Mrs. McCarty, Government
Printing Ofiice, one butterdish; David Hag>rty,
restaurant, 454 Louisiana ave., stem winding
ind stem setting wath.
A I?ndy from Oregon Writes?
Dr. Benson; I think you should be presented
ivith a chariot of pure gold for your Celery and
Chamomile Pills, having proved such a blessing to
thousands of sufferers with slot and nervous headvche,
neuralgia, nervousness and dyspepsia, eo
In It Wholesome ?
Prof. Henry Morton,
President of
Stevens Institute of Technology,
on
Self-Raising Flocr.
Uoboken, N. J., November 30,1881.
Ifpssrs. George P. Iht'ker ?fc Co.:
Gentlemen: I have had occasion to make analysts
)f your Self-Ralslng Flour and Buckwheat and
Srlddle-Cake Flour on a number of occasions, not
>nly for you, but for others who wished to know
vhat were the materials contained in these
irtlcles, and have for many years used them in my
>wn family, and can testily most emphatically
hat they are agreeable, nutritious, and perfectly
ivholesome. The ingredients employed in their
preparation are not only entirely harmless as so
ised, but have been recommended by the highest
luthorities in medical and physiological science,
is the most wholesome, and in all respects desirable
preparations now known for the purpose
>f raising Bread, Cakes, &c. Yours, &c.,
Henby Morton.
"Alderney Dairy Wanons."
Fresh Alderney Butter, churned every morning
ind delivered in #-lb. "Ward" prints, 55c. per lb.
Mso, cottage cheese, buttermilk and bweet milk,
ic. per qt Cream, 15c. pint
AMUSEMENTS.
JpORDU ROSSI AS EDM UND KE AN.
the most attractive acd exciting dramatic personation
given in Washington for many years.
Alexandre Duinats' Play of EDMUND SEAN.
ERNESTO ROSSI *8 KEAN, THE ACTOR.
The tremeudoue effect at the end of the 4th act, on its
Srst representation, won three spontaneous recall*.
MATINEE SATURDAY?ROSSI AS OTHELLO.
Admission f 1 or 75 cents.
MONDAY, JANUARY 16,
THE BOSTON IDEAL OPERA COMPANY. |
Places can now be reserved. ja!3
RATIONAL THEATER.
TTNABAT ED~BUCCEflS.
THIS (FRIDAY) AND SATURDAY NIGHT,
THE COM I'D I AN S, 1
ROBSON AND CRANE, j
In !
SHARPS AND FLATS.
A Speculative Satire in Four Act?. !
CUTLER SHARP Mr. StuartRobson
(San Francisco Stock Exchan-ze.)
DULLSTONE FLAT Mr. Wm. H. Crane
(Bull, Bear and Blood.)
SATURDAY MATINEE, I
At our usual ('heap Matinee prices. !
LAST TIME OF [
OUR BACHELORS,
fn 1 our Toughing Acta. I
MR. B\CHEL<>R BANGLE Mr. Stuart Rnb?on
MR. BACHELOR JOWLER Mr. Wm. H. Crane
Monday, January 16, LAWRENCE BARRETT as
CASSIUS, in JDLIUS C-ESAR. Jal3
Th e fir st concert 1
hy the
AMATEUR ORCHESTRA. OF GEORGETOWN. D. C.,
Will beirivt-n THURSDAY EVENING NEXT, January
l'Jtb, at CURTIS 11ALL.
Admission, 50 cents. Reserved state, 25 cents extra. 1
PROGRAM:
R. C. Bernavs, Conductor. 1. Emperor's March, |
Rt sell. 2. Svtnphony No. 2. Haydn. (a.) Adaivoet
\lWro. (1).) Andanve. (c.) Meuuetto. (d.) Finale.
). Violin Solo?Nocturne, Kreuzheldt, Mr. II. Hake- I
:nan. 4. Overture?Morning, Noon and Night in |
Vienna, 8uppe. S. Turco-Rusfcian March, Neibig. I
5. Waltz "Hirenes," Waldteuprel. ]
Tickets of the Concert can be bad of memljers of the 1
Orchestra. Reserved seate and diagram of Curtis Hall
an be found at Ellin' Music Store, Washington, and
Sickling's Druff Store, Georgetown, I). C. Jal3-6t
flTASHINGTON ROLLER SKATING RINK, j
* * New York avenue, bet. 13th and 14th streets.
FRIDAY EVENING, January 13, lbb2.
8pecial Assembly at 7:45,
Saturday Afternoon at 2:30, Special Children's Matilee,
with music. It I
ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
Seventh street northwest. 1
AUSTIN'S NEW YORK DRAMATIC COMBINATION.
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN MATINEE. |
[Tof. Archer's Jubilee SiiiKers?Great Slave Hunting |
Sccue. j
C enuiue slaves in the great cotton -picking scene.
RIP VAN WINKLE AT 1 HK NIGHT PERFORMANCE
Admission for children. 10 ceuts.
Matinee, 2 o'clock; night performance, 8 o'clock.
)DD FELLOWS' HALL, SATURDAY. JANUARY 14.
Every child that comes to see the play will jret?well I
:ome and see what. Jal2-3t*
J^INCOLN HALL.
First performance of tho
WASHINGTON OPERATIC ASSOCIATION
For its own Benefit.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS AND SAT- 1
URDAY MATINEE, JANUARY 13 AND 14.
TEE CHIME8 OF NORMANDY,
(Belles of Corneville,) I
With the following principals: Miss Eva Mills. Mrs. I
Fennie True, Misses Florence KidwelL Iola Williams,
flrs. J. W. Cross, Mrs. D. B. MacLeod, Messrs. John
). Puirh, E. B. Hay, L. P. Seibold, Harry C. Pearson,
1. A. Foresman and a chorus compriwin? the best
roices, both male and female, in the District and numbering
over seventy. ? ? . _ . I
The orchestra will be taken from the Marine Band, I
ind will be full and complete. The whole to be under I
he direction of Mr. John P. Sousa, Musical Director.
H. A. heliprson. Stajre Manager.
Tickets to night performance "5 cents
Reserved Beats 25 cents extra
Matinee 60 cents
Children at half price. I
Box-sheet now oi>en at Ellis Mbsic Store.
Ad mis ion tickcte, exctoangable for reserved sea ts, for
lale by members. jal0-5t
No. 626J ON EXHIBITION iNo. 626
E V and kalb at < e
Street, l MARKRITER'S, / Street
No. 626 E street northwest, one door from 7th street.
Choice Oil Paintings, Engravings, Chromos. etc.; also
I.arge and Choice Stock ol Pai^erhangings. Picture
Frames, Picture Cord and Tassels, Rings. Nails, etc.,at
Marketer's. Terms Cash. Free Art Gallery. ol?
isALT S ^PARTIES,
\ tiELKCT SOCIABLR I
tjL To l>e given by thfl
YOUNG CATHOLICS' FRIEND SOCIETY,
Of Georwetowu, D. C.,
At Fokbkst Hall,
ON MONDAY, Jantiary 16th, 1882. I
A car will t>e in readineis to convey parties to Washing- |
on. Tickets, 50 cento. J12-3f
SEWING MACHINES,
Q ALL AND EXAM1NE J
THE NEW EIjDREDGE SEWING MACHINE.
It is the simplest, strongest and finest finished Ma:hine
ever produced; every movement positive, and no I
inrings. It will sew over-heavy seams without the as- 1
ristance of the oin-rator. I
The New No. 4 Victor; also, the Noiseless Weed Ma- |
dunes, and ail the other standard makes at
OPPENHEIMER'S, I
628 9th street, St. Cloud Building.
Good Machines for rent.
Repairing a Specialty.
Bazar Paper Fashions. d31 |
THE TRADES.
LYCETT-s"BINDERY, 1012 PENNSYLVANIA AV. 1
Plain and Fancy Binding* of every description done
it reasonable rates. Blank Booka a specialty. Best of
references. Orders by mail promptiy attended to. n26
CIIBSON BROTHERS,
IT PRACTICAL BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS,
1012 Pennsylvania avenue, Washington, p. C. I
W Fine Prinuug a apeciaity. janlg J
f ./
DRY GOODS.
EW EVENING GOODS.
Elwrant SATIN' SURAHS. *n s-hades, fl.60. Wc call
particular atteution to this line of goods, as tliey are
i very effective under gas.
Elegant BROCADES, In white and colors, suitable tor
fronts and drai<ery. of which we will cut any quantity.
BLACK AND WHITE STRIPED SILKS, COLORED
GAUZES. WHITE PLUSH, EMBUOIDEIiD TABLIEIIS.
very rich.
SILK VELVETS, ail colors.
SATIN R HA DAMES and MERVEILLEUX, in evening
and street shades.
CASHMERES, in all colors an.1 qualities.
ALBATROSS, in evening colors.
FUR-LINED CIRCULARS, SILK DOLM VNS.
PLUSH WRAPS, CLOTH COATi and ULS1ERS at
coat.
ONE PRICE.
\v. m. shcster a sons.
Jail 919 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
44 II NN N CCO H H
a .>r 4!4 II N N N O C H H
of1 4 44 II N N S C H H H
22"" 444444 II N NN O C H II
?2222 44 II N NN COO H H
COLORED SURAII SILKS,
$ 1.25.
TYLER & CHEWNING,
jao 918 seventh street northwest.
^EATON PERRY,
(Successor to Pkrrt & Brother.)
SHIRTING MUSLINS.
PILLOW MUSLINS.
SHEETING MUSLINS.
Entire New Stock, comprising all the leading Standard
Brands in all widths.
Lowest Prices Guaranteed.
sheeting, pillow AND shirting linens.
TABLE LINENS,
DOYLIES.
NAPKINS,
TOWELS,
&c., &c.
New Goods, comprising all ths productions of the
best makers.
Immense Stock of
EVENING GOODS, IN
SATINS, BROCADES, GAUZES, VELVETS, RHADAMES,
&c.
CLOTH DOLMANS, JACKETS. ULSTERS AND
WRAPS, AT PRIME COST.
Iff Correct Prices Throughout.
SEATON PERRY,
Perry Building,
Pennsylvania avenue, cor. 9th street.
Established 1840. Ja7
QLOAKS, DOLMANS AND ULSTERS.
Now is the time, and LUTTRELL'S is tne place to
buy cheap Wrappings. We have left over from
the holidays a few of the above Wrappings, which we
will sell at less than er st to run them off.
Biac k and Colored Cashmeres, Plushes and Velvets, in
all shades.
Laiye stock of Table Linens, from 25c. to $2.
Napkins and Doylies to match, from 76c. to $5.
50 dozen Knotted Fringed Towels, 25c.
60 dozen Colored Bordered Towels, 12V$c.
P.S.? Large Stock of Domestics at Agents' prices.
J. A. LUTTRELL & CO.,
Ja3 817 Market Space.
?JUIE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
AND THE CHEAPEST DRY GOODS
IN WASHINGTON.
CLOSING OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF BEAUTIFUL
DRESS GOODS AT A FEARFUL LOSS.
The widest double-width Plaid Dress Goods reduced
from 75 to 50. All-wool N-'vy B-ue Flannel Dress Goods
reduced from 37 to25. Silk and Wool (beautiful Dre-ss
G^xmIbX reduced from 75 to 25. Colored Cashmeres reduced
from 25 to 12'^. Colored and Black Cashmeres
(all pure wool), double-width. 37if. Bleached Tab'e
DamaRk. pure lin*n. 60. Colored Silk Piush. *2.50.
BlackSiikVeivet.fi. Mano Covers, si'k embroidered,
$3.75. Lartre-size Bridal Quilts, fl.25. Large-size
double White LJ ankets, fl.50. l inA oaa.itv pure wool
larp-e-size Blankets, *5. Beautiful Silk and Wool Plaid
Dress Goods reduced from 50 to 25. Double-width Ladies'
Elaunel Suiting, jiure wwl, 75. Nottingham Lace
for curtains, 20 to ?1. Ladies' Jackets. Ulsters and
Coats atcopt. Colored Cashmeres, pure wool, doublewidth,
in light bine, cream and white, only 50. Colored
Satins, 75.
Immense apartment of CLOAKING CLOTHS AT
ACTUAL COST.
All of oi:r BLACK and COLORED SILKS AT REAL
COST. Colored Siiks, 50. Our $1.25 Black Silk reduced
to $1.
CARTER'S,
d2t 711 MARKET SPACE.
JRON BITTERS.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
IRON BITTERS.' Are highly recom- IRON BITTERS
mended for all dis-|
eases requiring a.
A true Tonic, certain and ufhic- Cure Dyspepsia,
ient Tonic, esj>ecially
Dyspepsia,
? Indigestion, Inter
mittent Fever, I^oss
of Strength, Wanti
IRON BITTERS, of Apatite, Lack IRON BITTERS
of Energ>.etc. Enriches
the olood and
Complete strengthens the ForDehcate
muscles, and gives
new life to the
Strengthener. nerves. They act Females.
like a charm on the
digestive organs,
removing all dys- ?
peptic symptoms.
TRY THEM.
IRON BITTERS, Sold by all Drug- IRON BITTERS
jgists.
Write for the ABC
Sure Appetizer. |Book. A Sure Reviver.
iSent free.
See that all TRON BITTEKS are manufactured by
BROWN CHEMICAL COMPANY, and have crossed red
lines ou the wrapper,
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
BROWN CHEMICAL COMPANY,
m9-eo BALTIMORE. MP. i
L U U MM MM RBB EEB RRR
L U U MMMM B B E R R
L U U MMMM RBB ER RRR
L UUMMMBBE RR
LLLL UU M M M BBB KER R B
FINE GRADES.
CABINET OAK, Every thickneas.
INDIANA ASH.
INDIANA WALNUT, X, X. tt. 3?inch.
INDIANA WALNUT. 1 inch to 8x8 inch.
INDIANA WALNUT, Counter Top, 20 inch to 36 inch
wide.
INDIANA CHERRY, Every thickness.
INDIANA CHERRY, Counter Top, 15 inch to 24 inch
wide.
MAPLE, Every thickness.
SOFT YELLOW POPLAR, Every thickn&t
At oub
HARD WOOD YARD, SPBAGUE'S SQUARE.
3 | Sixth Street and New Yobs Avenue'
LARGE i Spbagce square.
YARDS. 1 Nobtbebn Liberty Mabeet Squabs.
W1LLET & LIBBEY.
sb
ARLINGTON LIVERY AND SALES STABLES?
JNO. H. CLARK. Manager?1724 G street, between
17th and 18th streets.?Keep for hire Landaus, Coupes,
Coupelettes. and, in fact, all of the latest styles of carriages,
by the hour or month, with drivers in full livery.
Ladies' and Gents' Saddle Horses. Carriages furnished
any hoar, day or night. Orders through telephone exchange
promptly _ attended to. Particular attention
given to boarding horses. d31-lm*
H. DYER & BRO..
Deafen In DOOR8, SASH, BLINDS, LUMJMm
OOm aadki?'2?tti and K sta. n.w.
S
___ LADIES' GOODS.
Mus. h. m. hull.
OF TBf,
PALMER HOFSE HAIR STORE. CHICAGO.
will ar.on visit WssliiDirton with a l."tve twoitiiieot of
her Celebrated
IMPROVED V AYES,
and other Novelties ir II. 'r Go- iK T> TVnvo* 1-nve
given univeim; sat -;.< t;on untr ?he:r iiitr.-.i- rt n.
and are si natural an-1 Jural :? thai vo l.vl>
tniM opimrtitrMv <?f Nviirnii- tic. J heir <qi?! f r
sui*eriority ami Iteauty h?s l< v. ;i r??n in t..> city.
1 n? > are made oi iur'\ Hair, au<t the v\?v?>
never c*?ir?oul, <>rly i.tcfUng to le "r? -s. dult- witir.
Look lor *ii!ioi.iRvn',-ut of irr.tiu nMLi. JaJ'Jw
CL DONOVUf,
OF 245 FIFTH AVI:NIT., NEW YORK CITY,
Has opened
HER BRANCH HOUSE AT 1335 F STREET.
Where she is ready to Show Good* md Receive Orders.
GRAND OPENING TUESDAY. JANUARY 3. 188J,
OF ITER NEWEST IMPORTATIONS OF RECEPTION,
DINNER AND BALL PRESSES;
Also,
EXQUISITE FRENCH NOVELTIES.
d31
^JUS. SF.LMA IlUPl'EKT.
COS 9th street, opposite Patent Office.
<V>mv>lete stock of ZEPHYRS, CHI \VH, and GT~RMANTOWN
WOOI., AIM 1 >!BR< 'IDEKIKS an 1 u;l
material f >r Fancy Needlework.
larso m?himiil of LACES, LA<7R<3<MHML RUFELINGS.
HOSIERY, GLOVi S, FRINGES and T1UMM1NGS.
ST AMPING promptly executed. d27
^JHRISTMAS FUICS.
FUR-LINED CIRCULARS AND DOT.MANS, Just rec<-iy?-d
end will tie *old lower than heretofore. Si?fej;tl
lot ior Holiday pn sent*.
SEALSKIN SACQUES, MUFFS, HATS AND CAPS,
at reduced prions.
Ladie*', Mi-se-' and? hildnen's CHINCHILLA MUFFS
AND COLLARS, in Plain and i'a.eut MI FFS.
Larve stock to select from.
All at lowest prices.
WIIJ.ETT A* RI70FF,
?*20 905 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
M KS. J. I\ PALM Eli,
IMPORTER OF
french millinery goods,
1107 F STREET, BETWEEN IItu AND 12th,
RECEPTION AND OPERA BONNETS.
Personal attention eivento Millinery orders. dl7
french flowers.
Opening. a complete assortment of EVENING DRESS
I LOW LUS and CORSAOL liOyL JLTS, in aliuuaiiuee
and prices.
Handsome Christmas Novelties in FLOWERS, BASKETS
and JARDINENS tilled to order.
PARISIAN FLOWER CO.,
dl3-lm 1110 F street northwest.
j^adies' cloaks, dolmans,
P.ALETOTS, JACKETS AND 8UITS.
CHILDREN'S AND MISSES CLOAKS.
The largest and best assortment in the city.
FUR TRIMMINGS in different widths,
m. willi an,
7 Cite Trevise, Paris.
o29 907 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
MISS E. B. PRICE. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKer,
southwest comer 18th and G streets. Evening.
Reception and Walking Dre-ses made in superior styles
at short notice. Indies can have dresses cut and hasied.
A perfect fit guaranteed. d27-lm*
MRS. C. V. SMITH, NO. 618 NINTH STREET
northwest, has on haud a full stock of WINTER
MILLINERY and FANCY GOODS. OLD LADIES'
CAES a specialty, <15
MME. VON BRANDIS.
MODISTE,
913 Pennsylvania ave.,over Demosey's Stationery 8tora,
Formerly with Lord & Taylor, New York, and \V ml
Barr A Co., St. Louis.
Eveninar Dresses, Bridal Trousseaus, a sj>ecialtv;
Cloaks, Dohuans and Suits; all mate at the shortest
notice; i>erfect work. au(>erior fitting; satisfaction
guaranteed. n2G-6m
Mme. washington,
FASHIONABLE
DRESSMAKING AND TKIMMTNG STORE,
1211 PENSYLVANIA AVE.,
Dresses. Suits, Costumes, Cloaks, Ac.. made In snperior
style at short notice. Indies can have Dresses cut
and 1 tasted, and a perfect fit guaranteed. apH
HOUSEFPRN IS IIING8.
RTci cut glass.
We be? to call attention to our new
CUT DIAMOND BORDER GLASS WARE,
in
GOBLETS, CHAMPAGNES, WINES, FINGER
BOWLS. Ac.
It is a handsome pattern and the price is very reasonable.
We have also a full line of DECORATED DINNER
AND TOILET SETS, of our own importation.
HOUSEFURN1SH1NG GOODS of the beat class, in
great variety.
wilmarth & edmonston,
Ja7 709 Market Stace.
ater filters!
WATER FILTERS!
With Water Coolers attached, guaranteed to Filter Potomac
Water, at
j. w. botelbr 4 son's,
Ja7 923 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
j^ew goods,
JU8T ARRIVED.
DECORATED DINNER AND FISH SETS.
Very Handsome.
FINE PLATED WARE
In Great Variety.
m. w. beveridge.
d28 1009 PENNSYLVANIA AVE.
german student lamps,
VJ IN NICKEL,
with all the Latest Improvements, for (4.60.
PORTABLE GAS BTAND8.
Fancy Shades, Globes, Ac., in great variety.
THE MOEHRING LAMPS.
In Very Choice Patterns?Fayence, Choisy, Le Roi,
Longwy, Saxons, Kiutas. Ac.
bam'l s. shedd,
d21 409 NINTH STREET NORTHWEST.
jjodgers' cutlery,
MEAT CUTTER8 AND 8TUFFER3,
PRINTING PRE8SES AND SKATES, ANDIRONS.
FELT WEATHER STRIPS for be exclusion of ookl
wind, rain and snow.
j. w. kennedy 4 co..
Established 1800.
Dealers in Metals and Builders Hardware,
d23 606 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
q.erman student lamp,
nickel plated.
LARGEST SIZE,
with new improvement
only (4. so.
j. w. 8chafer, "
1020 7TH STREET,
n Above New York Avextte.
jf you want a heating ob cooking
STOVE,
Do not fail to call and examine our arge assortment of
both. Agents for the
RADIANT HOME HEATING STOVES and
FURNACES.
The beet of their kind made in the oonntry. Aim,
LATliOBES, SLATE MANTELS, GRATES AND
BRICK SET RANGES.
Please call and examine our stock.
w. s. jenks & co..
o!2 717 8evexth Street Northwest.
r! s^ibley's compound cal18aya
Wine Bitters contains ten ingredients, nine of vegetables
and one of iron. The magnetic lion which enters
into their composition is of the most superior quality,
and is the form In which it is found in the blood.
These Bitters will cure dysneiwia, nervous debility,
neuralgia, rheumatism, scrofula, marasmus. taUlous
and malarial fevers and all disssse of the stomach,
liver, blood and nerves; also, all female disessrs
Price, $1. Sold by Druggists and at 106 Pennsylvania
avenue northwest m nit
A SURE CURE FOR OOLDB, OOUGH8, CONSUMPA
TION. WHOOPING OOUtm. CROCPsnd BRONCHIAL
TROUBLES IS MRS. DR. TITOOMB'8 LUNG
BALM; jprloett and 60 cts. For sale by sBDnoM^
and 10^ Fsnnaylvania avanus northwsau
_
<
I' IA X ()S AXI> ORG A?I8.
Q 0 E 8 si . c v f s St
i
A GIFT FOR A GI7ES8.
I wtll give my a
1130 SBONISGEE NINE-STOP CYMBELLA 1 ARLOH
OKU AN
to the comes ne*r>^?t ?n jrw-^irwr tii^ number
of Roan* ciioUmtvi in the liuuw Jar e?hil..!ti-d in mf
Show VI indow. The J a.- hai l*<eu filled and s<?U?d by
several prominent business g-euticincu, and will L*
ojiued on the
FIRST DAY OF MARCH. lKv^
by Judges seWtM for th? r?TP?^ whowi!1 orunttl*
t>au? Hid award U?e pnw to the lucky ruossur.
comi: everybody.
j Each person allows l??it one TWister Root
open from V a. in. to 8 j .iu.
SIDNEY T. NIMMOS
PIANO WA REROOmt
J* 433 Seventli ttiect north weet,
H i
- \
Thf stifff. the kranich a bath, avo
olh?-r tirvt-class PIaV?S *ud OlWAN^-*^ai
lowest pne?? and easitwt Utiiis. FT
O. L. WILD A BRO., ?? I It
Sole Atri'iite,
"09 7th street northwest, near G.
^Pianos and ?*iyans far pent. tuned and rrpiired. J?4
QCHOM ACKER'S
ELECTRO GOLD STRING riANOS. nf IM
An absolutely j>erfeot Instrument. Increase.) !>urity.
quality and resonance of t'<T>r-; increaeod n-i.,tUiii* to
apU?TnuK*C ** tloU' UJOrv***" ? richuctta an<i ei? j."aric* aj[
Pianos and Organs that hove bw-n used alwars
for sale or rent. Iiuuuk and repairing,
jnn ? K. <T. WORCH,
_ .* 7th street northwest, t
BBB RRR A DPO BBB IT V RRR Y T
H B R R AA 1> D H B U U R ii v t
BBB RRR A A 1) II Hlt'i IT II KltK VV
B B R It AAA D D 5? R U U R R Y
BBB B R A A DUD BBB UU 14 K IT ,
riANOS AND ORGANS.
I the noliday trade I a:n receiving a ]*rv/ stock rfi
both Nquar. and Uriyrht Grand*. in Mahowanv. trbony.
-IS'.'k ^,a,lnut f?" Roeewood of artistic d<*itm%
V llli'/l w ill lie no Id on ftjigy IiiOUtilli liiviuLitLa ur kl
inxaally io* difcc\'UiiU< for oath.
FREEBORN G. RMITIT,
Manufacturer aud Dealer,
dl5-lm 1103 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
ALLET DAVIS A CO.'S
? upright grand phvos.
HOIOJ, Btsojgtu AKD r.VKytALED.fnffl
HARDMAN 1 PKB.HT PIANO.
Ktw STYLES FOR UOLIDAVM.
? StTMN'EH, S?M.K AfJEVT,
aio-eo 811 3th Strekt Nobthwkrt.
THiMi v,rJ>K,!Br WM- KHAI1 f F.R IT P K l(i nf
PIANOS are firtd < la?s, Hrlotidid t.n.e
easy action, duraMe, nrit? low and t. nn-Fvir?W
eauy. < ail and *.-* city le^tinionialit. AIho II
Oroveistoen A Fuller PianotL At V. Bi:<;KFU'S
TN ? , l>uo l^KJUjf, 901 Pihrtm t nortliw?*t
Fir^IaM TUNING AND RLPAUUNG np Pfa
ANUS. Ac. d!6 8m
CIDNEY T. K1MM0 S ~~
PlAjro \TARFHO< MS,
433 7TH STREET NORTHWEST. ^
s90C,Ti<I hand I-an<* and otvaiiF
?ol5 im"c^s niakeni i-oiiftauUj on h*n<i. ^ g ^
BOOKS. &<*,.
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ARIES FOR 18&3.
| Physicians* Viirftlnjr Lint* fir lRfil.
Shak?<j>?are. Pc^t'e and I>aj by Day Calendar*.
Not*,* on the Sunday School lx>*n.>iin for lKHi
l^eaaon I eayea and all Sunday School Pa?>ern.
o5? XuhL!B.d*y UX>nry waived at
WM. BALLAN TYXE ft SON.
430 428 Seventh street.
JUST OPENED ,J
A Larve Stock of
K?W YEAR'S CARDS.
| ^
frSS' C4rd* **"* W**
^n*??? varietJ' of German Favor*.
promjfe n*W ,uld MlBceli*OOOM Booka rood red
w. h. Morrison.
I^W BoOIiELLEB AKD STATIOKICa.
476 Pennsylvania avenue noHfewwA \
J|ENUS "*
AND GUEST CARDS
OF THE LATE8T STYLES.
HOLIDAY GOODS AT LOWEST FIGURES.
JAMES J. CHAPMAN,
911 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Branch Box Office Ford's Open House. AM
D EMPSEY. DKMPSEY
ONE DOLLAR PER 100 FOR
PIRIES*
ENGLISH VISITING CARDS,
"Printed from Plata."
Only establishment In the city furniahlns that uualitw
and (foiiir the work iterfwUy. "
A fresh and e!(?rain assortment aiao at
FANCY STATIONERY.
CHRISTMAS CARDS.
LEATHER GOODS, an*
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLMk
DEMPSEY,
STATIONER AND ENGRAVER,
Old Established House,
nlS-3m _ 913 Penna. ave..bet 9th and 30th stn?-ts.
JgcHOOL BOOKS
BOUGHT AND EXCHANGED
ANGLnrS ANTIQUARIAN BOOKSTORH
COKOUH BriLDtKO, F Stekkt.
Cash paid for all kinds of Booka. Pamnhlete. ftc, slt-fi^
jpTLES! PILES!! PILES IlT
A SURE CUBE FOUND AT LA8T. K0 ONE kwii
6UFFEA*
food. WUhama'o?toSrS2^dttTto^J&^
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