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GENTLEMEN'S GOODS.
Special Babgaix
ha*.- ojiened a Job l^t of
four ply linfn cuffs.
At 15c. i-er r*ir. or six pair for 75c.
ai^oa fell link of yvlmtj; lnderwtar.at
Ice low .nt Prices.
s. p fllfp.y,
b17 1112 f i-freet nortliwst.
ftihompsok'8 shiut factory.
charles in att, phoprieto*.
.tn-t mf-ivcd?
? hr > of starf* for wor*h tv.
i*rv- litii ?.f enderwear. frr in ">0e. to $2.50.
fine dress t?!IIliTS 111 order
!*:). : r,- ,.f| m INJsHED am> finished shirts
a l lovtes'l prll'esl
no. 816 f street sortnwfst,
01**" opprwite Patent Office
r ? .
_ potomac river boats.
f|Mll e s. mail link To n< >i:eule. fortress
j monroe and the SOETiL
fThe | | ' !nr st hilt oforge lf art. leaves 7tti
trm i w hake v. r> monday. w ednesday and
p.idav. j.t r?i-.ii . stopping at Piney i'uiut and ComCeil
ii: if'tcai'll w tV.
En i. ,ve conuevtion w.ib the Boston and Providence
ti m.frh.
i r 4L,t received daily nr.Ml 4 W p.m.
?m w m. p. w i eot. Aft atront.
i ress monroe. norfolk and the
si )t tie
caf.-aid fl. i-nrt Strainer jan'f mosfley.
Fn:- ."<? ri i vp als heived "ii tLe European Plan
?f?<: o i^r ist :t
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY an-? FRIDAY, .*. ^p.m,
p.'i'loMAE RU i R 1 AND! -'earner "ho ;p.
F> N i<:ivo Alt >NDAY, WKI'Ni.Si'W and Ei;I" av,at
1 a rri Ear*1. N For rritoriiihrion apple a. r. '
xtl < Mi. . n it . rul m. trop.litan Hank. clj ktl, .tel.
?.: ail i:.l.?tuf ? . street.
geo. k. Hill Ell's. alfred wood
ft* i - - t riintrailiftl 8tcr<-? -7.
v^ le a* ; ; o? smith
i. .> street wbs.-f at 7 a.m.
' >t ; iov ac river la vdi ng:\ }
Crr,, .. flilt'rr.f.p" :... 1 f; r. at shepherd's; 1
' kwua>'riawith7:9lftM Fe.ijrBustfr< in Wash- i
1 *' i'. r nt'ii.ii,. a*'.! : , 1?: initiate 1'ic 1 .
j1""* ' i'ii? !:! -li.iys ' >3i 'l!\ jays f.-r Clirri-v
* . St. i t's i-,.v .. ..rve? and iui<ni'<>nltt?
?ur*. r?tnri..iiif e :on Satiim.iy* for
lurrii'ii.iii, os.;.i*? uf\vii %i*ti iuui: txlii'.-c lanuixj,.'sl
)t'l Ll .il.V ijUl-llil j ,fc
^ p pxdoftt. a--t?
r. \\. kidi.ey. Man.,
s^o tt>?-?= trrH wharf, w k-linnka, d c.
tyjt. MJiXON* jit. yernon.'i
.-tea^iei: \\ w. roprora^
*h sfn .t v. ' :iri ?1a!ly ( x<^< j.f Rnnday^ fnr Mt
\? n.. . .11 I" < '? !.- k a.m.: rtturuiiiK iva< lies 'Waalilnietcr
?! u(
l. i.. blake. Caftain.
pOTOM AC TRANSPORTATION IJNE.
Tli" st amrr SI K, fv ] *. W. p. C*"<??lioirnn. I^nvr-s
rt? I'l. '.--.u's ? hart', f . f f Tth -tr.. t.. \. ry Sl'NDAY,
t f ti'?-k 1 ii: f- r Kalti:i;> r? River lAinlltm
F^tnri.::,--. lta:;iniurc ? verj i Rlday at j o'clock
jjii.
All a- ":n;??i!atv.n? ?trictTv first-claps.
?-v .' !" i ni'aiti. an t will bo rccc!vo*l on
sall hda^Sotily
stephenson a pro.. Airnts
t?-.l?'-f u; 7'li ftre. t wiiart :n-.i e.-th >t. su.l pi a v.*
KAILROADS. 1
j>Ai.i : >luiit AND l-.ii'. LtAlLUOAD.
ihi. ie.. east i.ink r ;i, tiie only tin;
pep.'ees
iiif fa v( an d i he wf.st.
via w AMMNiiToN
tci. i.f. 11>a< ki janney couplftt?
rm eel kails!
cl '{. rntf (j>., t Sl'nday. november 7 "1 '
' ! ' ii :n ?tati? ti. ntker of n* w _ ;--y !
ftvti.i ic ,by eastern Standard or 70.1 ?.rivliii]
|l! . |
i*r ii rco._ Cincinnati. 7^rj<v?ll" ?rd St. l?n!n j
?h!i\ .. or. ii, _ |i j-, j? in.. 1*1:10 p. in., with j
* '" t ; : *"* 'i i sl? t-pjr.rf i'at's to a'>uv?j j
1 wit i i . ii a. ui. liaiiy a*:o, i
?ir|r>:ittmiay. |
i'l': 1 ->t ' *nu at 10 1"> n n ar^' s 4fj>. rn. daily. 9 50
1 ti- ? i ' t-e'irk > v. land at.d litroit. wnl Skvi>l.w
< - to litnr..
ii." <' ! e tr<>tl vta. mi nrorrille, lo ir. a. in.
> - .tli Sit 11 vr lur ti i do. \ ..i i\ h<?iin< and Laky
r : e u.
ti? - t 1'! ' 1; Ida and new v- rk at 8-10 a. m.
*' - : :< t m. si' i lo.i tij'. m. ilajlj.with
1 -t. i't.l mo ?i:..- c.ir- afa< h?d.
jci i ill!-T* ill Miek <i>n t. 4?. C. 40. ft;flO, S:10. 0
' 1- 1' '- - ~o, ?>. j ..0. 4:30, 4:-u>, 5:ill)l
i.1 j- lo. im in, j.' la p.in.
XYr ft- -1- .ti re ? *: Sni.iiay*. f-so. m "0. 1:00, a.m, 1.25,
... 4.4'*. b *k i .s lo. lo .oo j .!;;.
i'.' a: : ; i i;-.. i 4" . i ] _ lt> aiitl 4 40 p.tn; cn Stmc:uy
.* ?? a.m.. 4:4i't !ii.
Set V> .\ stations !. tw.rt vashuvtoii arid poltinor^
6. ? 4. bajii.. is iii , iii.. 4 4<?. 7 and lo e'ip.iiu
jor ft::*i- r ~ on m- :n j. litan l?mi\h. 7:4?? s :ui a uu
. p.m. daily . x ,t smi.'.av. 4:4."o in daily; fir
1 ' " ! i. t* 1 .. ii i \i i; i Snaday. h. io p. 111.
ti r in ' k. > o a.m.. lo tj j.ia., 1 4j i ui.
alid i". |. n it:.i;> xc. 1 t slii day.
jet 1 .-i wii?u, it i,', aoi:. ai.ti 15 j .in. daily cxcept
clil.i>
Jr.; -riv* fri.in the west daily, fc:20, 7:50 a.m., 2:25.
9:4i?i :i?. |
xv i'i n' ? v rl;. ar i'h'l;.'1> lj hia, 2:55, 8;30a.m. d^ily, |
? _i , in. uail) . \, j?t bsbdu.
Fr ii. .ai;s:aj ..?. - JO a.m.. 1:50, 6:j7 p.m.; Staiday,
10:40 : in . ! :.7 ; m.
fr ip i .-mi.irt.'ii, i _ ? a. n;. dally, and 2:15 r. m. daily
f x< ej t Sunday.
fii m Ir.o.ri.k :.r;d int?rmediat^ points, h:25 1" no
a r . - 15. 4 _'( in., and ^ mi | . in. tia.lj exi pt j
ssiii . e.imi j m. daily iioiji lv.nt of litt k.-.
ara!i_.?_l? mf 1 alt re ii r wa^hii.srt :i at 2. 4:40. f,:^0.
7 .15. 7 :.> !. '.i lo. ai,.l 10 u>a. in., 1j 15. 'j tio, 4, 4 40,
j. - * " w1 and 1015 p. 1: ?>!i Sundays. 2,4:40,
loa. in.. 1:41. 5. c.j5, 7.:4f and 0:1)0 1 ni.
a..: irim wa>hili<ton blop at relay Station txcei't
in.
f. r turtv"r '.vni.r.tlon apply at the Prfdtlmor. and
ri.it m. 1 r on... - wad.;nrti n suti.-n, ? r? ami l:'51
*' ; >1* nia ?iroe,corner mtb ttp t.vimurdera
wm i? ti.kt',1 tt r l"t/v^[elu i* elieektxl and itcciVeUat
ftl > i ;.t 11. tt !>.
w vi t ll31en 1 s. ai of t.. Pallitr.ore.
?1'j c. k. lord. Oen'l l*aissen?rcr affnt.
rplH ..reat
jl. efnnsyi.v a nia pnrtk
1 < the ni 'Kill, west, an i) si >1 thv.t^f
dot 1 i.i ikxik. spll ndili si'f-n'fry
fcll. 1. e % ils. magnieii j-.n i EvEIi meni.
in eleei't NmEMhl.k 1-ui, invl.
*raiv 1 k.wt wamiim.tos. rbom mation couxkb
' v >1\1h a.m. limuki rs. kt.i.i.ows ?
lot lm. - .Miiv and ti.- West. 4 ki. <uro iai'iittil exrre^d
*f pda s!,^ i-iiur 1 ar- ata. 111.. daFa>t i.ine
' m . daily, with sleeping Ear- !r..ni je*rri>?.nri
? '! 'tmati. w.-r riE\pre<i7 10 p. m.. daily, with
j ... 1 art- t" l"itt?^>iirv. al~>. ei.iuim t-- dally fi.r
1 - . Via i :!ii: ! >u and i', st 1. tv 1' k r with
el - Ear p.t:s!?!r^ to on at'o jiail ex'n^
1 ; in , daily, t. r i1tt>Lniv and the wi*t,'with
pa? e si?-? :.iiii.- 1'^r v\a.shili^r .>11 te> i'hiiiun>.
p.al'l i >lo|.l \nd 11 i ll>ma<" p..a1lkoad.
**'r ' * dai- i. k. !: ,-r. r, 11' 1 ttal<>. niasram.
i m . d.ul>.. x- pt Saturday, with Palae- ear^
1 -? 11 r' 1 h. vt. r. unit viii-iiiiiirti.il to Bntlido.
j 1 "i txi' ; "a.-tiin<rt. si cu satiiniay bvht will not
till. 1 v !ul l.i i,.
i'l r w : 11 .-i rt. i>?-li Haven and Elmira. at d.lOa tn.
?llill\ ... x? 5 i Sliisday
ItT n- ^ \ - : k ar.d tl 1 :i>t, s 15 a. m.. 10 "0 a. Tn . 1 40
ft (?'. in 14 ..illI )1 1 . p. iti. on suml.-ty. 4:00. io 'Viand
jl.loi 11. ijiuit.ii 1 xpr?^>? ..j 1 lidinaii i'ij-lur cai-^.
"1 ?! a 11 . da'!> . ex.-.) t Suuda*
f? r !' - ti.;: witlu lit l.:ui>:.-, 1:40 j>. 111. every week day
on >imday. 4 im p. in.
i'i: li- i,!\ii n \ - ; i i!:r> m.-h trains connt-ct at .Ter**->
i j1.' with e? at. f l!r.?kl\n Annex, atf.-nitnif
?'-' * 1 ?: r t. 1 ; f >ire*t, avu.ihnKdouble- ierrii:?-.
a. r- n.-w rk i My.
#cr Pl.i:..delj hia. >1 ir> av.i 10:"0a. m.. 1 to. 4 clo, 10 r0
aru ii i 1 . 111. t'li siiiulay. 4 10. lo loiual ll:15p. ial
l.i 11 i* . t i \| r? 0 41. a. 11 dail\. 1 xi. j't >uiniay
jl>r haitur r. . .m . f ; 40. i>> i*i. lo oa m and 1-40
i 4 i?i. t ?4 40. ? :?i. 7 40. 10 (41 and 11:15 p.' m. On
Ptil!.u>, a.40,11 .. ui 1.1..4 aj. o 30. 7 40, 10:00 and 11 15
p ii!
lor p? p. '* pre. k Line. C 50 x m. and 4:40p. m dailv
fw-pt Sunday.
^da 3 lu- -!'d 4 10 p.m. daily, exccptStmal>"nani<ri\
a^r> frf.i i rll ksbfrg raili,\\v.anv
ud-xandria .and WXsHINUluN
rallri i.ad.
fj-r a!, xaiidrta. r 7 20. !> 25. 11:05and 1135 a.m..
2 t?... 4 ... o.n 1, (, "S k k u. anil 11:36 pan. On Sunday at
f .a 'J s?>. 11 or*?.in . ."villi p.m.
Mvr r:. l.mond an.! the South. rutland 11:05a.m. daily
and 5 i?i pjn. daily, 110 pt Sunday.
Tnui - leave Alexandriafm w a^liimrtnn, r. or., 8^>r. 10 10
ana lo ji a.n- . 1 1*1. 3:0.\3 sj. 5 10, 7 06and 10 40p
to., alio p.' lo n.hliiuht On Sunday at 8.05 and 10 10
ji . .05 uui 10 40 p iu.
"ii<1 "dormatioii at th?<.fn.i-, r.orthcant comer
1 l.itii >tr?> t and p. iin-ylvania av. line, and at the utahoi?.
wlu n onl-m can !? lett f..r the . heekinif of tawsbtfv
t*^ ?n tn?m l<>t?*u? mu! p'siti* nets
ciias. k |y.jrnk.?? *?&
UNDERTAKERS.
Aknu'r rooskv a fo.7 "
Practical End> rtakers aiw! End aimers.
telephone connei'tiyiis with i.tir otfi.-? and wareroeds
31-.' Pa. ail!, n. w. 7th street i.tfiee ?lis?-oiitinued. n23
James bellew, fl'rnishlno endertaker,
711 ,fl? street n.'rtl.w.?t - i'i-. >mpt and polite attendant
, w..h in ? and lrsu-t.iatw> ?>uppucb. so eoun.^ tiua
With auj other firm. o'j0-3iu*
i 'h an j. oaw LElt. william f. vernox
v t. j oawleb a co.,
6aeces-.tr* to Ba-hly's l'ndertakit>>r EKtakliahnicnV
Pa. Ave. i: w . tformerly 012 Pa. Ave.)
i>erj'thin>f first-ela^s and reasonable. telephone
come t-ttoiis. traii-i. nt funerals a sj^vialty. ??-p7
Jr. ZERIloRsi.
sii. ee>-?or to Anthony bi;.-h!y,
i n.' rt-tk.-r, 01- i'- nnsylvanla Avenue northwest.
f'i o*t ;. n;. ?t complete entaMLihiiients in the conntr>
l--.rv |. "in> f< rtrun?i?ut funeral s>Tvices. auli
i^kli* spi n dij-.lt,
a t l- r. pj i t Till stnet. between >1 an<l n n.w
b*-' - i'd^.mnl a:, i i r. ts?rtd lor Uaii->portation. lw-.-aoei.'
? at 1 !;?. .- ijt u4 i
Joseph g a week
it n i "hal h i.nishino endfrtaker.
j7*j' * ' ' it :..a , rtliv. .>:. 1 eril> iiiudcrat >
ft^*1 . - r :-i 1 .a-s Ttlephonecooiwetio#. iuli
John r. VVRloll 1'.
_l ndyrtaker,
1^. . 1r'. ii 1 reel Uwi*th
telrphori" connection. ,jj,l
"4 lOLSPES BER .DOkTT
a u rnishino rNDFRTAKFR,
Bo. 3h p nn?y ivauia a*?Tine n. rihw,?t. between *v1 an '
43ft ftr. ?*tj*. eveo'thmw first-claan janltf
Theceuxloid iress that nevf.r breaks
lie ver v>?are out. a! a ay s cicali, and can u_- w orn w hii..
Iiauaj i?. 1? lor aalv at
ril \s fisher's.
f2a 7tn street liortkaivt.
mrs t rsnEB derotca her atn nUou to the wauta of
Xftwly i'atroiut. lull
tl a1anese scrolls. fans. etc,
tmd Decorative Pictures, jay Could. 4219that. mli
I
SEWING MACHINES, Ac.
IT STANDS AT THE HEAD J
THE NEW AMERICAN. No. T.
Office: Ootb?t 7th and H.
Ladles' snd Men who have been n?)nf
American S< wlnjr Machine* th? past twenty year* will
please . ail a?id examine c ur latest production Strictly
in 1 positively 111? lightest runnintr high arm machine
< ver mailt . For foot and hand iv*cr. Old AmerirHTw
t^ikvii m cxctumjrc, or rwftircd aiid uisdfc ctjxial to
IlfW.
l.h<], '*rK Queen" "New TV^nfstie." "Nnr Singer"
ai.il ai. otn. r nrst-riass Machine* at popular prices.
I- nting Hijd r? pairing, al! kinds.
Auerlwch's lit-st St win*' Machint Oil Scents per bottle.
Tor pale only by
Dl' C. AUELBACH, Corner 7th and H.
II ARTFORD ^Eff UoME,
Th* simplest im-l bent SFWTNG MACHINES cf the
rifs-nt day. Call at <ur office and rumioo them.
<'<>nipl. to sti >ck of NEEDLES. PARTS and ATTACHM1
N IS for all ma< lunea on hainL
TRA< ING WHEELS. HEADY-WOUND B0BBIN3.
SEWING MACHINES FOR RENT.
BAZAR GLU\E 1IIT1NG PATTERNS.
OPPEN HEIMER,
PojuTnr S.-Tvire- Machine and Fashion Rooms,
628 :>th strret u. w., St. Cloud Building.
WniimantJc Spool Cotton, 6 sikx.Is for 25 cents. nlO
mm: davls vertical feed sewing mt_I_
chine stands *ithont a rival.
It .!ifsali:r?r>- line of desirable work which other marl.;n?
s that us. the f?iiir motion feed cannot do. Call at
offi<-v and be convinced.
1110 BAEDV.TN, D07 F street northwest.
IADIES SHOFI.D N'>T INVEST IN A
J. , v SOWING MACHINE
i i' \ i i'ii" < xaUiinl3 ,xhi , li^ht-rnnnlng NEW
i? i \Hi t e- A ,tnal convince you that it
Js < v rtt.ii.fr its name implies. All otliecmakes of new
Murium s sold on < any monthly payments. 1 Singer. irnL
r-.i i'K1,!,0 E',W-\a.t $-' >: - Sillier, at $10; l Wilcox
& Gil>Ls, ht JtlU and ^>12. XUntii:^ ami repairs nir
^ Via. Sill BKLJNG,
n.-vlm l>l?PfMin. arc.,near Corcoran Art Gallery.
THA T GREAT -IIOFSEnoiJ)- SILFXT
White," New Home Boston," tie Sewbig Machines
at honest pricts. No canvassers. Come tr ? =>
office and save money. Renting and rcpaj.u:*; .
cialty. McKENNEY, 427 l*th st. n.w. s? . j J
STEAMEKS.
AUAS LINE?WINTER SERVICE.
y,.. ( ;p(? to jjVfrp0o]i eveTy alternate Tu^day.
1 1 -s - Uvenmol. every Thursday.
'omniodations unsurpassed.
ti : >:iil Liverpool. Glasgow, Iiondonderry,
Oti- . ; .wit and tialway service is performed wit kly,
by dir. ct shii>s, carri paaM liters only on their voyatfrs
irom Luroi>e.
Inti mitiliate Passage, .SW. Prepakl Steem^e, $"2L
LEVE & AJ.OEN, General Aprnts,
207 Broadway, New Vork; or,
a. S. KIMBALL.
1211 Pennsylvania avenue northwest,
_ Jyl1-w.s,ni,6m Washint-ton, d. C.
"]\TOIITH GERMAN LLOYD?
stfamship Link Bktwfe* xft yortt. JIavrb,
ly??M>ON. Sol TI" "HUN AN1? liPKMl V
Tlie =i. amers of tlii- any will sail EVERY WEDAS1)
SAl'l J i>A'? from Bremen pier, foot, of
..<1 .-tp<t. IliiU.kvii. 1- ; -.t I'.assaire: From New York to
Ilnvn . Lor.'?on. Si,v.:.1 aii'l Bremen, first cabin,
S-o a. ,1 5 K*) kj .-i.: -! at,in, jfcc.0; steeraKe.iClO; prepaid
t'.t raire < < rtitii-at's, .> I or freight or ii;iKs;ure apply
t' (it I lj!< "lis.v ('<?.. j l*Kiwlin< Gre?ii. New York; W. </.
Ml i Z1 K' Ml it (.0..;'^.") Pinusylvania avenue northAt'i
nta for WasLiuvtou. jal-i
Vj; NAKD LINE
NOTICE.
t.ANE roctr.
-IiF CT'NARD pteamsm1p <' iMTANT T.TMITED.
BETUKEN new yolk and 1.1V Eli POOL.
c\lling at ( OliK IfAItBOR.
Fl.< >M PIEii 40. n I;. NEW YORK.
"53 rd.. N iv. 2$. i B 'thma Wed.. Pro. 2fl.
"v!'1 W?-tl.. Dw. 5. Pav .uia WetL. J.?u. 2.
M'oa W. a.. Dec. 12. Gallia Wed.,.I:tn. i>
I : i,:di Ilia.. Wed.. l>tv. P.>. I Scvtliia W.-d, .Ian 1G
A - I' EvLRj WEi?ESI>AV FROM NEW YORK.
I'j.tvs of Passage?HsC-y, s>i? . *1 a5io:J, accoii 'L.?f to a>
Colli:!, nlatioil.
st.vr^- at very lowrat^ ?te-ra?e tickets from TJvfr;
t' 1 ;.:id tjueenstuw n a^a ?ul other parts of Euro it- at
It wt st rates.
'I b:. I lls of lad.'Ti civ n for Belfast. Glasgow.
? A'i tw-'n* and other ports in the Continent, and
i. t_M? uirt na:ieaii ! < its.
i", r 11 .u-lit atiil pas.-nge apply af the Company's of!ic?.
No. 4. P? wling Green, or l< th st? raire and cab'n "o
ons BlGELoW & CO., too 7th etreet, W ashington,
VERNON H. BROWN it CO.. New Yorlt
Otn Messrs. OI LS BKiELOW & l O?
J**" C05 7th stri ct, Washington.
V LW YORK. RoTTERI-AM. ~ AMSTERDAM.II
1 lie firstclass, full power..!, CIvdr-build Iltitch
St- anisl :p" < t ti.is Eiti.-. amstf.rd \ m. lioTU.r|?a
m. s< 'HI1.dam. leerdam, zaandam. I' ( aland.
W. a. SCH'iLTEN, maas. caiTyiriir tin. I*. s.
Mails t.> the Netherlands, have coiiipanv's Ii. r. #>ot >;
Su>-i \ street, .ii rst y City, n. J.. r?milarly evt ry W edN
j sl?A? tor IN tterdam and Amsr. riUiiii.aIti nu-.tay
iirst t al>m, ^.o; s?-.?nd cabin, .^.">0. stt '-ntire, g2t..
II. I A/A I ,\. G. litral AS'int, J7 Soutli William street.
New rk. E ; passatre apply to W. G. MLTZEKOTI
* '"O., P. !iu. av. .. Washington. c>cl
MEDICAL. &c.
Dir. leon, the oldest established" and
1 'liiy n liable Li lies' Physician in the citv. can l?e
consulted daily. \lo. ave. All female Couiplaiuts
aii.1 lrr?tr>ilarities uuickly r.-mov.-tf. I*rompt tr<*atiiient.
< otti s; ondeiice and consultatious strictly contid.'ntial.
S- i aralc rooms for ladies. Office hours 2 to 4 ami?; to <j
nlT-lm*
I ADITS' YOU CAN <'ONFIDENTLY C?>NSUiTT DR!
J BK0THER8, !"Hi 15 street southwest. Particular
att.-niion ) ai.l ti> all disens* s p.'< uli.u* to Ladies, luaiTied
j-r ?;tiirle. All Irr> uiilariti. s jtidOwnan troublestreateti
1 hirty-sevi 11 years' experience. o4-lm*
Dr. leom female pells mailed to ant
adilr -ji n receipt of fl. B..x M/l, City P.O. n2-lin*
DR- ' - ITERS AND GRAY GRTT^NO FREE
?' ' s and s< nd yon tosonie side-show tlruK*
\ profits with the doctor. Those diaap*
cut ot private diseases should consult Drs. I
BHtniirl.S : IIKAY,'JWi B street southwest. Will
turr.ish , 1. . tuaranttx a cure or no pay. Thirtysev>
n ; .rs' exi 1 .,oce. o4-lin"
"*f ANHtXlD RE ? O ?RFI> BY USING A BO TTLE OR
l"l two of l)u. BliO'l HERS' Invisroratinir Cordial.
Will cure any case ot St-minal Weakness, Nervous Debility
and Impotency. It imparts vigor to the whole
system. B street southwest. o4-lm*
4Q FoR MEN-CHECKS IN SIX HOURS,
1 ( uresiu tiu-ee days. Drugstore, 15 jL 11thstreet,
lhilatlelphia. w
Ecj?d _ 4>0 Penna. ave.. Washington. D. a
\C A R D. ~
T'. all who are snffeiinar from the errors and inflis r
tioiis of youth, nervous weakness, early de<-ay. loss
ot iiiaiih.-?l, is.-., i will send a rtvij*- that will cur." you,
J-RLE 1 >1 CHARGE. '1 iiis Kriat remedy was discover.
d by a nussi aiary in South America. Send a selfaildres^dt
nveioiH* to the li*v. Joskfh t. In man, station
D, New i. rk City. o7-a,tu,th.&k.ly
31 ANHOOD RESTORED.
A victim of early imprudence, canning Nervous De.
bilitj-. l*reniature D?cay, etc., having tried in vain
ev? ry k-.iown rem/-dy, has dist-overed a siuit'le means
t self mre, which he will send free to his felloW-sufi-p
i>. Address J. H. reeves, 43 Chatham street. New
*?rfc- jylo-tu.tluvs
Dli. ROBERTSON. A RF.GIT.AR GRADUATE. 20
year<'t sjH-rit-nce, guaraute?-s a cure in all diseases
of the I rmary Oivans. Nervous Debility.Blootl l'oisons.
Sl.m l)i- lis. . recent cas?^ positively cured i:i 4 tofi
days. No mereury or caustics iLsed. Can tw; consulted
ev.-ry tin. sday and Saturday, from 2 to 'J p.m.. at his
t Mil e, 4. e (' n.w. Refers to leading phvsicians of Baltimor,-.
Mam Ofllce. 30 N. Liberty st..Baltimure, Mil. a27
M adamf. df. forest has remedy for lailies.
All female complaint* qnieklv cured. Can bq
poii-uited daily at 1245 7th j-treet northwest. Oftiwhours
from 1 to 'j o'clock p.m.. with la)h<? only. BeplU-4in*
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CELEBRATED STOMACH
BBB IITTTTTTTT EEE RRR BSS- B
BII T T F, R RS S
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B BIIT T E R R, ?
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n.omrh shaken In every Joint and fiber with ferer and
atrue, or bilious remittent, the system may yet be freed
from the malignant virus with Hostetter's Stomach Bitt<
rs. Protect the system a<mliist it with tliis beneficent
an ti-spasmodic, which is furthermore a supreme remedy
for liver complaint, constitution, dyspepsia, debility,
rheumatism, kidney troubieo and other ailments.
Foi sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally, nl
LIEBIG COM PAN EXTRACT OF MEAT
FINEST AND CHEAPEST MEAT FLAVORING
slot K FOR SO LPS, MADE DISHES AND
fcALCES.
i.iebig company's extract of meat.
An invaluable and (>aiatable tonic in all case*
of weak tiigestiou and debility. "Is a success
and a l?<>n for which nations should feel
BratefuL"?See -Medical Press," "Lancet."
'British Medical Journal," ?0.
CAUTION.?Genuine only with the fivo simile
cf Baron Lie big's Signature in Blue Ink across
the Label. This 1 autioii is necessary, owing
to various cheap and interior substitutes
being in the market.
liebio company's extract of meat.
To be hail of all Storekeepers, Grocers an.l
Chemists. Sole Airentsfor the United States
(wholesale only) C. David & Co., 9 Fenchnrcli
avenue. London, England. ap27
. no pay.-twhitkhursts cedar
15AESAM is warrantetl to cun'Coughs,Colds, Croup.
I lirmt and Lung Disess*^. etc. Six droj* a dose. Try
it. it not satisfied .return the empty bottle and get your
k SoUbyaUDruggi** iTlce 25c. S. W.
iHOMlauN. n?-th.s,tutoi
^
AUCTION SALES.
TIII9 AFTERNOON.
Chancery balk of valuable improved
REAL ESTATE. SITUATED ON NORTH H
STREET. BETWEEN FOURTH AND FIFTH
STREETS WEST. AND ON THE SOUTHWEST
CORNER OF FIRST AND L SIuEETS NORTH
? i.O 1 ,
By virtue of a docree r>f the Supreme Court of thc/tij
Di>tn. t of Columbia dated the lMh day of October.%?!
\ 1 r^din thecau.se of McCarthy et^*
et. vs O Brien et al . No. 8.KH of th?* Equity IV-rkct of
will court, the ur>.ier?;jmed, a* trustee in said cause,will
?n ic auction, on FKIDAY. TIIE
\ ,K^ OF N"VEMBER, A D 1*83
at 1<>T RANDAIIALF O'CLOCK P. M.. in front of
the premises the following descriiied r-ai .-state situate
.. V V- y ?* , ashmgton, in the District of Columbia,
ai?uKiioH n aii?l denljrnatf'd on the j lnis of c ity as
{' ^ *<!Uare No. "17, improved bv a small fram*
noiisp. a lid iini^eciiafr-ly then*aft. r part of lot u\unUi>A
J i. iti sijuan- > . 55'A btvinnin^ ior the rame a? a point
on 1st street west, 'jo feet south front the n< rtheast corr'lsa"'
!ut- and mnniiiKtliencesonth 29 feet; thence
west 90 feet; thence Jtorlh 4'J feet to L street: tin nco
east on L street lti feet; thence south 20 feet; thence
' >t 80 feet to 1st stn-et an<l the place of b<trinuinsr. and
containing 2.81U square fcti, more or less, and unimproved.
I' ?: One-fourth cash. and the residue in three
equal uistalimi nts at sis. twelve and ?i?rht?-en months
nsi-ectively. with interest from day of sale, and to bo
s? curt d by the purchaser's notes and a reserved lien on
the propertv sold, or all cash, at purchaser's option. A
d?*|H)s]t ?i4 Tlj*0 will re<!iiirr<l on earh piece of j?roptrty
hoM at the time of sale, and if the pui\hasrr fail to
ri?iiipi v vvith the terms ol fmi*. wiihin one week from
date or Rale the Trustee reserves the ri#ht to resell the
property at the risk and cost of such defaulting purchaser,
after time days notice in The Evemso Star
Dewspai>er. Cunveyancintf and n-cording at purchaser's
t JOHN F. HANNA. Trusts-.
Wcbst. r's Law Building. 6t>0 D struct northwest, Washlinrton.
I>. C.
THOMAS DOWLING, Aucfc nU-dfcda
THIS evenlnfj.
A 1,1 ER B. WILLIAMS & CO.. Auctioneers.
,.Bv order of the assignee. w? will commence selling
u EDM >11 * V. AT H ALE-PAST SEVEN O'CLOCK P.
j M , NO\ EMBER 'J'WEN'lY-FIRST.in our si<ecial sales.
. r-">"ui. llffl P?.nnsylvania ayenun a largo st- ? k of Doc|
<I,;, t-d Chii>* Ware, consisting of Dinner and Tea Seta,
i"'l;-t Set- odd Pieces. &c? kc. Also, tine English
i ial.-le Cute xy. Rotn'rs* Silver-plated Flat Ware, &c. As
t is es.-, that thin stock should be clfised out as
, fi on us jc-s!ble. the sal?-s will i*> held at TEN AM.
1IALF-1 AST TWO AND HALF-PAST SEVEN P \L
tf t: ch cay, until the entire stock is disiH..scu of.
By order of the Assignee.
Special accommodations for la l!es. Good* cn exiibit
on i\' ilnesday during the <Iav
ii!3-5t WALTER B. WILLIAMS x CO.,
TO-3IOW KO ?Y.
f|AHOMAS DOWLING, Auction r, ~~
REGULAR SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FTTKNIT'CRB,
At Auction Rooms, SVITRDW, '1 ."' NTY-FOURTH
^0\ EMB1.R. 18S3, at TEN 0 > I.orK,
Fine Parlor and Ch; -ubej 1'unn; io,
I>:ning-rooni Furnit 're,
I^inre nuiu'.h'r of
Cooking cud LIcat.'':: >tovos.
ALSO,
One crate St(,ne Cm-;a.
ALSO, Al TWTl "" 'i . tcK,
Horses, Carriage a. I^j . - is 4- ( ,Vd
"23-3* TUOjtA-t 1 LINO, Anct.
t id\f:rnmf.nt ?iale ? Y; Vt-kts, wajatjt
\T MODEL CASI S. TABLES N &r
ATEKD.W Moi-.NTNti, >vv LA. tisL'. 'l'iVENTYFOI
it i ll. I88U. at TEN ( '< f.O< . v. M.. we will sell, in
front ot the lVnP',?u t'j" i. eo" *:er of l'Jtlt stnvtand
Peiinsylvi:i,;a avein . ai.d at TWELVE O'CLOCK
NOON, at tin Patent office, 9th and <i streets northwest,
a lot o; unserviceable Furniture, i'ar;?ets. Ir? ii i^c
Ji-iJ d Dl'NCANSON BROS.. Auctioneers.
\Y ASHINGTON H<)RSF. aND CARlilAGE BAZAAR
1 t 9:w. 040 and 942 liOuisiann avenue.
Reimlar auction sale ct Horses, ('arriai?es,
Harness, to-. EVEK\ TL'ESI?AV, THl'RSDAl and S.\Tl
1SDAV AIoHMMt. commencing at '1E1N O'CLOCK,
regaruless of weather.
Gj iiMf-men having IIorF^s or rarriacos for sale will
find this the best tut thod of d'sp??.ing of the same.
_ S. HKNSINGER, Auctioneer.
Constantlv mi hand, and at priv.te sale, luru-e st<K-k of
Horses Carnaires. Binjgics. Eu res-, Wagons. Harness,
Blanki ts. Robes, ike. oliJ-lin
7 1IfAN(-EKV SAT 1-foF \ ATfARLE UNIMPltOVED
Vy HEAL ESTATE B1TNC TIIK* Wl.sT SIX LOTS
OK SQUARE AT I HE -II NCTION OK M \RV1
JMi A VENT E ANi> A STliEET NORTHEAST.
i \i i>.<j capitol park.
P." Vu.~ ' : :* crt f of the Supreme Court of thr??
J '-~r? ;.-i . ; 'a, holding an E<)Uity tortn.^iMr
' I Novetnlw'-r, lMtT3,111 cause
'- " , 'i'? Kate Man*, tniardian. &e? is
' "ji ' > ' *1' Barry and others an- defenda;
-. . -.tail .-h > j- s:iV. at public auction, in front of
!, i Rl'AV.'llir.TWI NTV-Ki>URTH
- NOVEMEElt. ;it !' d'R (,'CLOCK P. M?
I/its nnuibrred tivp ?5). six (6). *t:ven (*),enrht (8) nine
(10), of James M I^t...'s rrrontj subdivlst'-Tt
( ^iniutl .-n-i - . hlltiif.:d ;;l.d twelltyse\.
n < ._(), in the City .-t ?Vi,<h?ii?rt<?u i?istrictof
? oliindit,!. rite said ;-ro: crty \ d* !? sold !> . lots
T* i iii- of sale, as ) re-. n!x d by the couit: One-third
( cash- t.'i" reiiiKindf r in two (2) equal irstallments,
payable six " and tw.-l* tl'i) months after day of sale,
respective,-, v,-th :;it' t oil the whole amount due.
! pajaMe ? : c'i v\ifl; in ti: ;s, or all cash, at the option of
t.ie purci 'in i rs. Snch pnrchas* r or t urcuaser
li n >t j v i:.- cash, to give his or their notes
l"r the deli rini , i'.fits, as above provided; and no
1:1,1 ?o E-gi*-11 Hi.ni f ill payment of purchase-moi-v.
A deposit ot will be required oil ea?-h lot when sold.
AM ' *vjii*ciiii^ at cost of purchaser or purchasersa.id
in default of compliance with the tern s of sale
Within ten (10} days the i<roi<erty will !? r. sold at the
risk and cost ol the defaulting purchaser or purchasers.
HI. Mil L. HA VIS, Trustee,
_ 4(A) Louisiana avenue.
J- T^ COLDW ELI^ A net. ivl2eod&ds
J^UNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers.
TRUST! E'S RAT F OF BRICK HOUSE AND T.OT ON
E BENCH STREET, BETWEEN NINTH ANI>
1 EN 111 STREETS NORTHWEST, AT AUCTION.
By virtue of a d.-<-d of trust, dated the flfteentlijBflfc
d; \ of November,lKTii, audrecordi d on the 15th tUiyvSr
<- 1 January. A. I?. 1-77. in Liber No. ml, folio 2j:? ?A?
one of the land records of the District of Columbia tiio
undi rsitrued. as Sttrvi\itiir trustee, will offer ! -r sai,-.l.y
pul Ec auction, in tront of the premises on TUE^H Vv
NOVEMBER TWK.NTV-SEVENTH. 1HH;), AT HAI.Kl'AST
FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. all that certain piece or
I .tree] of land ninl premises, situate and iH-inir in tlie
District of < oluinbia and city of Washington, and known
and distiusruished as Lot iiumliered forty-thr**' (4;l), in
soiiarenumbered three hundred and sixty-three (36:i),
a. cording to the suMivision of said square, as made Ey
MattiiiL-ly \ ASilsoti. Trustees, and duly ncoidtdin tlio
Surveyor's Office ol the Iiistrict of Columbia.
Terms of sale: < Mie-third of the purchase money In
cash and the residue in two tqual instalments in one
and two years Irom day i.f sale, with inten-st from day
c f sale, to lie secured by a deed of trust on the propt rty
sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser A deposit
of $-JUO will be required at the time of sale. All
coiiveyanciiiiraud recording at the cost of the purII
laser. If the terms of sal*1 are not complied with
within t? n days front day ef sale, a resale of the property
will btf made at the risk anil cost of the defaulting
purchaser, alter ti\. days public advertisein, nt thereof,
lil.ed.vds TH< IS. II. CALLAN. Surviving Trustee.
r|MIPS. J. FISHER & CO., Auctioneers.
CHANCERY R \EE OF THE PROPERTY KNOWN AS
THE WASHINGTON HOUSE. CORNER OF
THIRD STliEET AND PENNSYL\ ANTA AVENEE
NORTHWEST.
Under and Ey virtue of a decree of the Surrcme^Ci
Court 11 the District of Columbia, passed iu Equity?j;,iJ
cause No. m.470. Doc. -?L Dani. 1 AV. Middlett.n vs."2*
Julia ^liddleton ?'t al., the undersigned Trustees, apnointed
Ey said decree, will sell, at public auction, to tho
nitdie>t bidder. T.<-t No. 1 and parts of L>ts Nos 2 and ;t
in reservathm 10. iu the City of W ashington. D C on
WEDNESDAY. TWELFTH DAY OF DECEMBEIt. A.
1>. 1 ss:>, at FOUR O'CLOCK P. M., on the premises.
This projH-rty is improved by a large buiiditur. known
as the ashington House," and lor many years occupy
d as a hotel.
Terms of sale pre soil >cd T>y the decree tobe: Onetliird
of th? pnn hasc money in cash, and tl?e balance in
one 11 > and tw> (2? y< ars, the defern d i>avments to Ix-ar
interest and to 1?- sci-uri d to the satisfaction of the
'1 rustees. A deposit of two hundred dollars will be required
at the time of sale, and all conveyancing to lie at
the cost of pun has? r. If the terms of sale are not complied
with m ten days from date of side the Trustees
reserve the right ton-sell the property at the risk and
cost of the defaulting purchaser.
\V. R. W EBB, Trustee,
40?; 5th street northwest.
FRANK E. MIDDLETON, Trustee,
nl9-m,w,s&ds 701 15th street northwest.
TOliN SHERMAN & CO., Real Estate Auctioneers
TRUSTEES' SALE OF A VALUABLE LOT, IMPROVED
BY A SUBSTANTIAL ONE AND *TWO8TORY
BRICK BUILDING, No. 423 G STREET
NORTHW EST, DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE NEW
PENSION BUREAU,NOW IN PROCESS OF ERECBy
virtue of a deed of trust, dated June 22d. 1875.<<a
dulv recorded in I,il? r No. 7HH. at folio 404, of thetCT
land reci >rds of the District of Columbia, and by vir-112,1
tue of an onler passed in Equity Cause No. 8,035. wa,
th* und'Twiirned Tnistees, by dirw-tion of the party
secured under said deed of trust, will sell at public auction,
in front of the premises, on FRIDAY, THE
THIRTIETH DAY OF NOVEMBER, A. D.. 1883, AT
FOUR O'CLOCK P. M.. the following described real
estate, situate in the city of Washington, D. C., viz.:
The west half of the east half of lot liumlxTed two (2)
in square numbered five hundred and eightwn (518)'
fronting forty-four (44) feet and one-eighth of an inch
on G street north, by a denth of two hundred (200) feet
to Washington street, witn the improvements, consisting
of a two-story brick btiildiug.
Terms of sale; One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, with interest at six per cent from day of sale, secun-d
by deed of trust on the premises sold, or all cash
at option of pun-hasix, A deposit of $250 nxiuired at
time of sale. All conveyancing and recording at cost of
purchaser. If terms of sale are not complied with within
seven days after sale, the property will be sold at the
risk and cost of defaulting purchaser.
CHRISTIAN G. LEDERER,)
GEORGE BAUER, t Trustees.
_WM. M. SMITH, Salesman. 1117-20,22,24.26,28,30
y ITCH, FOX A BROWN. Real Estate "
AUCTION SALE OF DESIRABLE UNIMPROVED
PROPERTY ON L STREET, BETWEEN
TWELFTH AND THIRTEENTH STREETS
NORTHWEST.
On MONDAY, NOVEMBER TWENTY-SIXTH flPffi,
1883, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M , iii^Wf
front of the premises, we wdl sell, at public. ?^
tion, i>art of Lot 26. square- 284, having a frontage of 40
f?*-t 9 inches on tho south side of L street, by deDth of
16s feet 10 inclu-s.
Terms: One-third cash: balance in one, two and three
years at six i*-r cent interest, payable semi-annually
1H ft rn-d payments to be secured by deed of tmst on the
property. All conveyancing at purchaser's cost A del>osit
of $200 miuirea at time of sale. If terms of sale
are not complied with in seven days, the property will
l>e sold at risk and cost of defaulting purchaser after live
<lays' advertisement. FITCH, FOX & BltOWN,
? 1437 Pennsylvania aven ue.
J. T. COLDWELL, Auctioneer. n2 0-dts
the'trXdes.
riiiiE lycett~bindery7
-P- i i"' equipped Book Bindery in this
city. Established 1345.
H. W. McNEAL. Proprietor.
D A R B Y7~ ~
New spapcr. Book and Job Printer.
Good work. Low Prices. Fair Dealing.
432 9th street senlft
Gibson brothers.
PRACTICAL BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS,
1238 Pennsylvania avenue, Washington. D. 0.
IT"Eiue Printline a specialty. ianl9
flAHE "OTTO" GAS ENGINE
J. Requires no lioiler, avoids all erpenslve attendance
no loss i >t time, no handling of fuel, and no ashtw It Is
used extensively for running Passenger and Freight
Elevators. Sewing Machines. Meat Choppers, Printing
and Lithographic Presw s Coffee Mills, RoasU rs, Paper
and Ruling Machinery. Lathee, kc., kc. This engine
inns with e*tn-me smoothness and regularity of speed.
I ossesses the least numlier of working parts, and
reat simplicity ot mechanism.
For particulars :i.s to prkofc kc.. apply at Office of
W aannigto:. Gas Eu^-l:t Co. j
AUCTION SALES.
^ALTEtt ft WILLIAMS k CO.. Auctioneers.
sale of elegant furnitum. richly upholstered
and beautiful design.
We will sell TO-MORROW MORNING. NOVEMBER
TWENTY-FOURTH, commencing AT TEN O'CLOCK
a.m., within and in front of our salesroom. a large collection
of Household Effi eta. embracing Pari sr. chamber,
Dining Roim and Library Furniture, Canrets, fcc.,
to l>e awn to be appreciated: also two fine French Plat*
Mass Mirrors, Flush ami Bronze Frames. No postponement
on account of weather.
'? WALTER H. WILLIAMS ft CO.. A net*.
ALTER B. WILLIAMS k co., Auctioneers.
On TO-MORROW. NOVEMBER TWENTY-FOURTH,
at ELE\ EN O'CLOCK A. 51.. wr- phall soil, in front of
our Auction II'.< ins, one Family Carriace and set Single
Harness, to be sold to the burbot bidder.
I' W ALTER B. WILUAMS & CO., Aucts.
Q SAM STAG, Auctioneer.
K?*
I will commence to sell, at store No. 730 7th street
northwest, at TEN O'CLOCK on MONDAY MORNING,
a large and desirable stock of Toys, Dolls, Work Boxes
and Cabinets, Tea and Dinner Seta. Accord eons. Trumpets,
kc.. with an endless variety of similar goods.
Also,
Remaining stock of Mrs. Hunt, formerly of D street
northwest, consisting of Bonnets, Flowers, Feathers
Laces, Kid Gloves, &c.
Also,
Buttons, Edgings, Embroideries, Lace Caps, Handkerchiefs,
with a variety of other goods.
Ladies and Storekeepers invited, as the sale will be
positive and without limit.
S 5AMSTAO.
| j33-3t* Calcsman.
! rJ~HOMAS DOWLING. Auctio:i~*?r
' chancery rale of !mtko\ . t> and i n!mt
proved real esi vjt . n 05 >r(jetown
Under and by virtue of i nf :]-.o Sui>reme^??
i Court of the District of Columbia. on the
21st day of November. ixsj. in < ause namleered
8090, we shal: sell. h.i j i .. auction. in front c*f
the respectivepren ises, on ??fi?NRsi?ay th? fifth
iji^x 0 december. ma: a" rm oviock hl
all those cert.-.,n pieces 01 p-i- ->s of -riourxl. lying and
wwmGeon wn. kisalJ 1 ?triri, and di.- tinguish .1
on the ground ;;lat tic reof aj th- wt .-,1 twenty - ti
feet front, by cepth one liu-sdr-*! av?l twenty t i'j j f \
of lot timuwrnl?Uhty-tw o (h2>. a:id the .v(-st t'.ntyc
(31) feet front, by derth or.e hundred and twenty
(1_0) feet of lot numbered eighty-six (86). in Holi'ieuu's
addition thereto. in itio in square numb< rea ninety- four
(!?4). Said part of let 82 being improved by a new iwostory
brick house, nuntl^red 2-v23 w est (pi sfre:-* v; :hwi
st; and said part of lot w> fronts on llusr stTe.,mmediately
in the rear thereof, and is unimproved.
Tennsof sale, as prescribed by said decree: One rhod
cash, (of which $50 must be pai.l by the, puivb is. 2 ...f
each lot at the time of sale); residus* at six anutvtlv?
months, respectively. from day of sale, wM;in> .-ft at
the rat<- of t Jx percent i?t annum, scoured i - the uotea
of the purchaser and deed of trust ujkvi th- property
Bold; or all cash, at option of purchaser a uconvyjneing
and recording at purchaser's cost. Ti>; -reserve
the right to resell the property at 1 :?iulti:i?r .?urchasi
r's cost and risk if terms are no! con, i. d ? ah in
ten days.
CIIAS. H. CRAGIN, Jr., )
3214!* street n w., I ^ .
WM. J. MILLER. f Trustees.
n 23-lot 48?> Louisiana avenue n.w.J
a uction sale of forfeited 1'ledges.
H. K. fulton, Auctioneer.
1 will soil, at my store. 1218 Pennsvlvarda avemie n w,
>." public iiiK'tir.n.comiiieiicimr Mn.nday. november
rwex i v-sixth, at ten o'clock A.m..my stock of
forfeited Pit <lg?'a. '1 his sale will consist of Gold, Silver,
Brass and Nickel Watches, (iulil Vest Chains Oiiits
oom Charms end Locke's, s. arf i'ins, Studs, Collar
Buttons, < nil" Putt'ii.s. eyi'-glasges, Sjiectacles, Earni|'-'s.
Pins, br^c^' s, Nccklaivs. Bends and Lockets,
l'i'u'i giil i a;id s ' ";ii;irs. Gold pi ns. Pencils and ToothI'lciiM,
i MHtHMij.'s y u?} ether 1'rccions Stonesst t ii! Riiiv-s,
1 srne.. > mv ?;,.i studs, and. in fact, all kinds of Jewfl'l.
' ^.ilv-'i ware, such .is Knives, Forks, Sjwwdis,
1-a lc : * ;;d Napkin Rings, Silver-plated Ware,
Open <.;t. es, SlC,
This sale ..ill continue mornings, at 10 o'clock and
evening at 7 o'clock, until all the lota aresold. Persons
holding tickets will please take
h. k et-f/fon,
? Pawnl n kti -nd am ;ionct>r.
(1HANCF.RY HATE OF DESU: \V !. '\fPROVED
AND UNIMPROVED l ,{,
By virtue of a d-crr'e 01 t :e f-'-ipren,. taexa
District (>f ('olnii.bia, sirtiuu in K r-u :a
tbe pJth day ol OctolwT. t' r x f,
8,0'7. i shall sell at pule, .,u-ti :. tiii>r-:ni
lses. respectively, the foliovvin-' ; ::t .1 Estate
situate in the city of Wusiiiugte . ; ( 1 t\dumbia!
to wit:
DECEMBER 2 TTH. 1???3. at
TllKI.f. ocL'H'K P. M.. parts of sub : ts 1. <>9, 70. 71,
i J ei. in square 41-^. iti;pruvi il by a larce tbr'-e-sfi-rv
and basement Brick Dv.i llintr, with mansard roof, and
Brick Stable, to-., on the northwest corner of f.tli and Si
sire, ts northwest, saiil pro|? rtv fronting 52 feet <>
niches on M street by a d<; th cf 1 J.J feet tu a public alley
oil r.th street.
On same day, at 4 <m otlof'k p. m.. part lot 1
v1'111Vr0v'd by a three-story brick dwelling)
No. .>07 M street northwest
On same day. a J 4 m) o'clock p. m? part lot
1, Fonare .i,.t. unproved by a two-story frame dwelling1.
No. liui 9;h street northw st
On thursday, dec Ell ber STXTn. at 3 o'clock
p. m., sub lot. 41. sor.are <Vj4. improved by two twostory
frame houses, nos. Til and 7a'j 1st street northwest.
on same day. at 3:4.-| o'clock p.m., sub lot 45
sqii m h.?4, improved by a two-story brick dwelling. No!
5o h street northwest.
Also, 011 same day. AT 4:30 o'clock p. m, cub
: lots'21 and 22, square h92. improved by a two-story
frame dwelling. No. ;.07 7th street northeast
j on friday, december seventh. at 300
i o'c lol k p.m.. sub lots l:t#? and loll, sijuare one improved
by a two-story Brick Dwelling and the otli. r by
1 a three-story Brick Dw elling. Nos. 1521 and 1530 Culum1
bia stn et northwest.
on same day. at 4:00 o'clock p.M., sub lot 72,
square 242, improved by a three-story and basement
Brick Dwelling; No. 1340 Vermont avenue uorthwest,
neat Iowa Circle.
on same day', at 4:30 o'clock p.m., sub lots 87
and 38, sipiare 182, unimproved, 011 Rhode Island uve
nue, lietween k'.th and 1 .th stn-etH northwest
| Terms, as prescrilied by said decree, are as follows:
One-iourth of the purchase-money in cash, and theresi!
dm-in three equal installments, payable respectively,
with interest, at six, twelve and eighteen months from
the day of sale, for which shall tie passed the promissory
notes of the purchaser or purchasers, secured b> deed or
deeds of trust upon the nrojx-rty; or all cash, at option
ot the purchaser or purchasers. a deposit of jJ.iOO will
be retiuired ut time of sitle on property corner Otli and m
" streets, !f'j.'<0(in the \ ermont avenue property, and ^100
i on each of the remainder. ah conveyancing and record1
inu- at the ( xpense of the purchaser or purchasers
j i erms to be complied w ith in ten days, otherwise the
Trustee reserves the right to resell the projvrty at the
risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser or pm-cliasers,
alter five days' notice.
Plats of the respective properties will be exhibited
at the time of side.
TIIOMAS R. JONES, Trustee.
t t rr\r rn-rrr . . National Savings Bank.
J. T. COLD WELL, Auct. n2j-12t
Chancery sm.e of two-story and attic
BRICK DWELLING AND LO l . CORNER THIRD
AND M STREETS SOUTHEAST.
by virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the/^h
District of Columbia, passed in Equity cause No
km2. Docket 2;(. Phelpset al. vs. Tippett et al..\ve w ill" "*
oner for sale, at public auction, in front of the premises,
on monday the third day of december a
i), ins;}, at four o'clock p. m.. all that certain piece
or i>iirrt 1 of liiiid and premises known and d?'hciilh?il on
the ground plan or plat of the city of w ashimrton. Distnrt
of Columbia, as l>? in?r part of lot ten (lo), in htjuaro
seven hundred and seventy (770), u ing the north 25
feet front ou 3d street east and thence by that width
with m street south 84 feet inches, improved by brick
dwellimr.
Terms: One-tliird ca?li; balance In two equal Instalments
at six and twelve months, notes to bear interest
from day of sale at six pern nt j? r annum, to be secured
by deed of trust on jiremises sold, or all cash, at option
ot purchaser. a deposit of ilOOrequiredat time of sale.
Conveyancing, &c., at purchaser's cost. Terms to t>e
comphed with in ten days, otherwise the Trustees reserve
the right to rest ll the pro|>erty at the risk and cost
of the defaidting purchaser, alter five days' public notice
of such re-sale in some newspaper published in
Washington, D. 0.
CHARLES F. ROWE, 1
benhV'yus ."- h
DCNCAKSOS BH^.I'SSiSf^r'"-' MJUri,
ROBERT O. HOLTZMAN, Real Estate Auctioneer.
10th and F streets northwest.
AUCTION SALE OF THE DESIRABLE DWELLING
HOUSE ON K STREET. No. 1403, THE FORMER
RESIDENCE OF THE LATE HON. EBON C. INuhltSOLL.
By virtue of two deeds of trust, dated, respectively,
on the hrst day of November. Ift73, and eighth day
of April, 1875, and recorded in Llt>er No. 737. folio**-*
254, and Liber No 872 folio 144, in the Land Records of
the Distnct of Columbia, I will sell at public auction, in
front of the premises, on TUESDAY, DECEMBER
FOURTH, A. D 1883, at FOUR O'CLOCK P. M.. the
iollowing Real Estate in the city of Washington, District
01 Columbla, with all the improvements thereon, to
wit : Lot numlM-red two (2), in Kidwell's recorded subdivision
of square numbered two hundred and seventeen
(217), according' to the plat thereof in the office of
the Surveyor of VSa^hinKton city. District of Columbia.
lerms of sale: One-fourth cash, and the balance in
one, two and three years, with interest thereon at the
rate of six per cent per annum, payable semi-annually,
or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A dei>osit or
$250 to be made at time of sale. If terms of sale are not
complied with in ten days the Trustee reserves the right
to resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting
purchaser. The title to be retained by the Trustee uutu
the entire amount of purchase money has been paid.
An conveyancing at the cost of purchaser.
? ? TT?Tn,,?.? JAME8 G. BEKRET, Trustee.
R- O. HOLTZMAN, Auctioneer. nl7-d&ds
J | iHOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
VALUABLE BUILDING LOT ON THE 80UTH SIDE
yK,.\S??,SS,KK?}'- BETWEEN MARKET AND
AT AUCTION bTKEE1H- GEORGETOWN, D. C.,
toMONDAYAfTTJINOOK NO\T.MBER TWENTT;
^ iUUR (>'CLOCK, on the premises, I
shall s*.-11 part lot 8*2, fronting feet on the south side
of 1st street bv a depth of 75 feet
Terms at safe. THOMAS DOWLING, Auct. n20-5t
rjHIOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
BF;Ab ESTATE IN WASHINGTON CITY, AT
Alt 1 IUN.
- By virtue of a deed of trust, dated Februaiy the^A
17th, 1875, recorded in Liljer No. 778, folio 68. in thef^l
land records of Washington county, D C., and by re-"**
quest ot the holder of the note secured thereby, I will
tront of the premises, on SATURDAV
DE(.EMBER Flit T. 1883, at FOURO'CLOCK,
all that certain piece or parcel of ground known and descnbed
asLot numbered forty-five (45), of Pien>e and
Klnikile s subdivision of original lots in square numbered
two hundred and seven (207), situate on southeast corner
of S and 15th streets norUtwest. Improvements consist
of a two-story and mansard Brick House, with back
building and stable.
Terms of sale: One-third cash; balance in six and
twelve months from day of sale, with interest at six tier
cent, payable semi-annuaUy until t?aid, secured by deed
of trust on preniif*-* sold. A deposit of $100 will be reqiiiml
at time of sale. If tlie terms of sale are not complied
with in seven days the trustees reserve the right to
resell at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser
Conveyancing at cost of purchaser
? d hartley, )
nao-dta austin t trus^oee
" JT
* FINANCIAL.
Stock and Orain Exchange,
1331 F STREET NORTHWEST,
OPPOSITE EBBITT HOUSE.
T. BRIGHAM BISHOP k CO.,
STECIAL WITH 8. 1L n7BR4RT>.
member OF new york stoce exchange,
buy. sell and carry stocks. grain ani>
petroleum on margins to suit customers
at reuglar new york stock exch ange and
chicago board of trade prices. ai t pf.rsons
and the public generally arl invited
to examine the facilities of tfis .
office constant quotations from new
york stock exchange and chicago board
of trade by private wires direct to our
office. n2j
Robt. J. Thomas.
(Late of Lonisvillft, Ky.),
broker in
GRAIN, PROVISIONS, COTTON AND PETROLEUM.
No. C13 15th Street (National Metroplitan Building.)
Orders to buy or sell, on manrin or for cash, execute
on the Chicago Board of Trade and New York Cotton
Exchange. Constant Quotations instantly received by
direct private wire?.
F. P. SCHMITT & CO., Chicaco correspondent.
SAWYER, WALLACES co., New York correspondent.
fefcraue. gSSSSfliTKjk" *"*
(Orders by Telephone Promptly Attended to )
n7-f-m
Adams & Co.
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
c28 f street northwest,
-recJal Inducement* to buy or sell CRUDE
' 1 l i'KOLEL'M, cither for Cash or on Margin,
i
* IN LOTS OF 100 BARRELS OR MORS.
j We Invito corresrondcu. <?. All information chccrfully
I given. o5
P'kiyjltf Stock Telegraph W ires
bettbv
WASHINGTON. ' ::w YORK AND RICHMOND
m
n. n. dodge,
Ecnds, Stocks and Investment RoourlHes Bought and
Sold on Commission,
No. 63it 15TH STREET (corcoran building.)
Agency for Prince and Whitely, Stock Brokers,
c4 Broadway. New Yobs.
Every class of Securities bone-lit and sold on commission
in Sim Francisco. Baltimore, Philadelphia, New
York, Boston and Washington. Orders executed on the
New York Stock Exchange at one-eighth of one per
cent commission. Private and direct telegraph \vin~3
to Richmond, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and
Boston, through which orders are executed on tho
Stock Exchanges in those citv.s and reported back
promptly. Quotations of Stocks and Bonds and information
regarding the markets r< ceived through our
wires INSTANTLY thttci lioiu the Now lurk Stock
Exchange. 1,1
BUY AND SKI I, U. S GOV T AND D. C. BONDS
Also, WASH. V. GASLIGHT and Ail other City :
Stock. i
r.. r:v - \ rrj subject to check. J
? " r- J . . ML aittntion to obtr?!t>tr!7 CORRECT ;
J !!.V ) a !JEE information regarding ?ctr various city j
and are prepared at all timed ic :tn~-.-,er it.ui- J
..?.a itnuidiug satuo.
HARRY C. TOWERS &
bankers. brokers and 1>*s t \nce.
1420 f street m-i . !, .vest.
IIOU; .k FURNISH i x(.s.
l'olTERV A.ND l^ORCELAIN.
wf are now receiving fro"* p^st manufactures
in europe
DECORATED POTTERY AN J T" ?R EL\IN. SELECTED
IN PERSON ESPECIALLY 1 JltOUR SALES. ,
COMPLETE STOCK KITCHEN U t'ENSILS.
EDDY RE1EIGLRATOR3, &cl
M. W. BEVERIDGE.
Mt27 No. 1003 I'ENN. AVENUE.
COLD w eather
Is comintr. and to Ik- ready for ft von should call at onr
Store where we can t-iiow for your inspection tlio larmut
assortment ot Hi.A i ING STOVES ev?T seen iti this '
'u' ,h.f11.' tl"' celebrated RADIAN I HOME, j
? . 8,1 REGALIA, all strictiy first-class ry- I
J.V,, . . ue Stov<*. Also, a treat variety oi C<HIKING I
V" , GANGES. l>oth Portable and Brick Set;
LA I ROBES, i URN ACES, SLATE M A N TELS.G It A TEs!
Sc. 1 he only l'lace on 7th stn-et where tin- Genuine
Duniorth a 1 LL ID is sold. Call and examine our slock.
w. s. JENKS it co..
Frryj 717 7th street northwest.
Refrigerators and water coolers
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Fruit Jnrs. Jelly Tumblers,
Tin Fruit Cans and Wax,
Crockery, Glassware and Kitchen Utensils,
Gilray'b Lace Curtain Stretcher
GEO. WATTS,
.114 7th street. S doors above Penna. avenue.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
IIeinekamp Pianos
Are used by 15.000 Professors. Artists and AmaLears;
and are recommended above all others. Competent ,
Judges pronounce them unequalled in brilliancy of tone,
singing qualities and durability. Low factory prices
and easy terms. Several now on hand but little used
will be sold very low. Old pianos token as part payment
at full value.
BRANCH FACTORY WAREROOM,
_n22 427 10th Street Northwest.
Special Sale of Pianos andJ3rgans.
No. 1.?A superb Square Grand Piano. ing^TS^gjq
massive rosewood case, inlaid with pearls,extratt / ?' n
heavily carved legs ami lyre, very innverful "
ami synqiathctic in tone; took the first prize at the great 1
American Institute Fair; uuicliased at a cost of $1.100now
in perfect order, with all modern improvementshandsome
embroidered cover and stool to convsjiend.'
Price, $106 cash, if sold before November 15th No. 2.?A
genuine Wm. Knabe & Co..in style nearly like No. 1,nearly
?7*. the best the firm mak.>s; worth $000, will sell for 1
$225 No. 3.?A Haines Bro. Square Piano; cost $450 on 1
the Avenue; it is as good as when bought; will take $ 165. <
worth $400. No. 4.?A full-sized three-stringed Cabinet <
Grand Upright, used three niontlis; standard make and
a great bargain. $175. No. 5.?A splendid Chickering
Piano, in perfect order, with stool and cover, only $80.
No. 6.?Good Square llano, for practice, onlv $60. No <
7-?Good Piano for beginner, $40. No. 8.?A genuine i
F. Beatty Organ; cost $125; has 27 stops; $:?.
No. 9.?New Organs, fully warranted. $50. No. 10 ?The 1
matchless Shoninger Cymbella Organs, at low prico, on '
$5 monthly payments; the only organs in the world 1
containing a real chime of beila.
N. B.?Liberal prices allowed for second-hand instruments
in exchange; bring a deposit as you will need it
do refusal given without a deposit. ' 1
Remember the place. ]
.. C. J. REED. <
438 7th street northwest.
HALLET DAVIS ft CO/S PIANOS?HALLET
Davis & Co.'s Celebrated Upright Piano.#s'"^ "mat2
In excellence of construction, elasticity oil 1 If fll '
tpucli, beauty of tone, endurance of usage, If ]
these pianos are without a rival. See them.
_ H. L. SUMNER, Agent
811 itth street northwest. ]
Genuine -decker" pianoa n um 1
ARE MADE BY DECKER BROS.. N. Y.Rt^^B '
?. H. KUHN. Sole Agent. 407 10th at n. w. * 1
Also for Burdett organs. sepl3 (
f. a. ubso (ff^ !
square and upright pianos for rent and
for sale. pianos tuned and repaired
a specialty.
tW Orders promptly attended to. I
F. A. URSO'S Piano Rooms.
sepl0-7m 61311th street northwest
GL WILD & BRO., I
709 7th street northwest.
Always offer Special Bargains to Cash Bnver for the <
Stieu, the Kranich & Bach and New F.nu-.W * *ag?a ,
land PIANOS and Barker ORGANS, newfl jVTl l
or second hand, but also sell on eaay install- 1
ments. '
I'uning and reptMng faithfully attended to. nep4 1
REICHENBACH'S PIANO WAREROOMS. PIANOS !
of various makes for sale and rent at (
duced prices. Wm. Knabe h Co.'s world-re-M | ?"Y|
nowned Pianos. Tuning and repairing. 423
11th street, above Pa. ave. Jan30
piANOS, ORGANS, SHEET MUSIC.
8TECK k CO. PIANO.
Tho Most Perfect Piano Made,
EMERSON PIANO.
The Best Medium-priced Piano Manufactured.
WILCOX & WHITE AND KIMBALL ORGANS.
Pianos and Organs sold on installments, rented or exchanged
, rent applied if purchased.
6 CENT MUSia
Ihe only complete stock in the city. j
HENRY EBERBACH,
No. 915 F 8TREET. \
Managing partner of the late firm Ellis k Co. d2 (
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 i
CLOTHING can be sold at respectable price*. Address ,
or call at ;
JUSTH'S Old Stand, No. 619 D street, between 6th and
? _ _ 7th streets northwest '
N. B.?Not? by mail promptly attended to, P J
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THE EVENING STAR
FRIDAY XotmmWT 33, INKS.
2d Edition.
Law nipns to ft Star.
>lr. Olfcuw.
t !> >:.IT!('[>SI> ?>i? V . I - i I'KOF SWING'S I
on.
v - ,(ji n> \ tV-r-M s-AtT^. ?v?in trie.i J
v. ; i-t <? i h. :c.-y ir.v isi.i i-!?hyteri.?t?
Ciiur . t H ho b vince preached
to one i* ' r. -.v, si.-i m^M fasa.'lable audleiKt*
was at able last Sund... toOOOHpf
hi pu.u. . : u Ki-v. ^ J. MclVrsi?n, Uie eloquent
Fresh* forian divine, took his place. 1 ue sulMltute
preached a sermon, the orthodoxy of which
is admitted, but a special meeting of Presbyterian
clergy was called to consider the propriety ot hts
action. It was discovered th.?t llev. Mr. McPherson
could not be disciplined under any known church
rules, and. while not at teniniing to pass a vote of
censure, the meeting decided that the aet savor* d
of Improprl* ty, in tha* It was setting an example
which, il followed, might lead to eviL
To Be Hancrd Tn-rtny
Louden, Tknn., Nov. ?1.- Andrew Taylor, the
last of the three notorious Taylor brothers. will t>e
banged at 8 p.m. to-day. * He and bis brother,
Robert, boarded a train on the Fast Tennessee,
Virginia and Georgia railroad last fall, while their
brother John was being convened to Kuoxville to be
tried by the supreme court for murder, and murdered
the sheriff, \V. T. Cate, and his deputy, J. J.
Conway, captured the train, and ran it thirty miles
and then escaped. A month afterwards Robert
was killed In Missouri while ret-lMlng arn-st, and a
few months later John died in great misery from
exp?isure and privation. Andrew was arnsti'd In
Kansas. He calmly awaits "his doom, and refuses to
see a minister.
F?caprd Murderers.
Windsor, ont., Nov. 23.?Greenwood, tlx* condemned
murderer; Phipps the wife murder, r. and t
another prisoner, escaped Lro'n the saud?v(l. j..u
jast night.
Tlie Storm in ''Ilwiirl.
St. Lons, Nov. <ri -The advice.? rev o*;a g
tlie recent storm iu scutheas v.iss^n. i pit i. <?s-i I
at and iuthe vl<*iiii*. o:' lVdmoat r-.?ui .< '0 (
to $30,000. I11s:k^ ^ ild in a no U m-s \\e!? loot.
ilcm rnl Vun l?f
A U A I.I, IV CORE i-JtVl-SED TO PA.-NKI.U J
Cokk, Nov 23. - Af'er <t warm dtS'->.^-!on ? t>
evening the ?oard of t: is-?ofa refused to g.nnt th<use
nf kxhibi't >u II.-It I?. Mr. Parneli for She purpose
of deli v. r'u; an a-Mrv?* to his constituents i "
the 2vtli Inst.
GOVERNOR O' rtv utrvDUSS, j
London, Nov. 2 ,. -Si 1 oh H.wl.-y Glover. lately
governor of AK'i i\ the Leevv ird jshM d.-, has
been appointed governor of New Foio.iiaiKL
IS? P.'.y for Use IVtnis> ivauia I r^i^lature*
Harrisbur-i. P\., Nov. 23.?In the senit-e to-day
the bouse appropriation bill, providing for the payment
of sen .dot- and representatives and other expenses
of the e.\;ra session of the legislature, was ,
defeated on third reading, by a vote of yeas 21, '
nays 9, not the requisite constitutional majority.
I>?-fa?tller as \? i ll an Stiicido,
Rochester, N. Y.," " -?L?Developments here
to-day show the i;ii< i,. . ohnson, of 1 tlea, who
recently committed 1 te, to have Ixt n a d?faulter
in the sum of i.'jf'<i.ot*> to the Mcl>oiu-ll estate
Inthiselty. Mrs. >lel>onell was a sister of Johnsou,
v. ho had ent ire cbaige of ih'.' estate.
( ItKcd oil .Irrornt off Scarlet Fever.
Tkknton, N. J. Nov. 21.?The Lawreneevllle high
se' ?H . f uruvted villi Princeton college, w w ,
eiov I : morning and will not be opened until 1
;? <*:: 4, owing to the breaking out of scailet '
fe\?;r ir t??e vicinity.
!Va? i^rnfiitn on (lie st. Lawrrncc Clmrd<
y\* : i"\u N >". St.?Th*'* morning fogs on the St. <
I ?\ .iv a. .trt'ially chi.-ied navigation for the
se . >is, a:> 1 ti.e stealers have gone into winter
on r' i -. Th'* tl -epenlng of the channel in the
liver l .'.s.ii.v n.:en suspended.
Tlie Snick Market,
Nkw York. Nov. 21,3 p.m.?stoeks were qnlet
and i": no tint H near 2 o'cl?)ck, when a dee line of ^ i
to lv r i , -nr t-Hik place. Michigan ?. nt r il fell
rifi t > m . '1'he other active shares declined -dl'.'htly.
Near i!ieciose Michigan OentnlidWMi to VIM
it!;-: ?.! g?-neral lt-t rcUit-d in sympathy. 'Ahe
mi< et closed lirn;er.
Verdict for
Piiiiadei rniA, Pa.. Nov. 23.?A verdict of J.VI.OOO
w ts given in the T. s. circuit court to-day, agaln?r. |
Albert H. Ilonaker, of this city, formerly collector
r>f iniernal revenue of Philadelphia, In a suit
brought t?y the government to recover the amount
of a bondof Henj.iitdn 11. Finery, defaulting collector
of internal revenue of the third district of
Mlssi->.sippL.
Tlie Highland station Outrage.
IIUNTEK SURRENDERED TOTUE MARYLAND AUTHORITIES.
This morning Detective Ploek returned from Annopolls,
Md., with a requisition from Gov. Hamilton,
of Maryland, for James Hunter, a colored boy
18 years old, who is charged with having committed
a rape on Flia simtus, a e olored girl of 13 years,
at a pi. uie near Highland Station, on the U. and o.
railroad, on Augu>t 21st.
Yesterday a petition for a writ of habeas corpus I
was filed vvitli < hiet" Justice cartter, and the writ
was made returnable to-day.
The ease was heard on habeas corjius this after
noon before the Chief JusMce. Messrs. Hewlett
and Moss for the prisoner and Mr. coylefor the govprument.
The girl w is examined by the t hief Justice
under oath, and she stated that the defend nit
knock*Hi her down and accomplished his puri?oso,
and that she went to Maryland as a witness voluntarily
and without l>eing forced or coerced. W hen
Mr. Block tlrst came to her she was frightened t>ecause
she li? ird that he had an attachment for le-r.
The judge said that there was no alternative but
to order the prisoner to be surrendered to the Marylaud
authorities. _
Disposing of Oi.d Application Tapers.?since
the civil service commission rules went Into effect,
Mr. Ilood, the appointment cler'i of the Interior
department, has b<*en endeavoring to relieve the
files of his ot'tloe of the vxst quantity of papers which
applicants for clerkships have from time to time j
placed on file. These papers in many individual
cases are quite voluminous, and on account of the
letters from prominent men of considerable value.
They are of course of no value to any one while in '
thedopartment.andasf.tr as possible they have been
ret urn'Hi to the owners. A large number have left
no address, and in such cases no disposition can lie
made or the papers. Whenever an applicant in- |
forms the department of his present address ids
pajvrs are forwarded to him.and In this way quite
a large number have been disjiosed oL
TnB President Going to New York.?I' Is
stated this afternoon at the White House that the
President would probably be present at the cvacuOon
celebration in New York Monday.
Rifles for the Veterans.?The chief of the1
ordnance of the army has ordered sixty rifles from
the Springfield armory for the Union Veteran Corps
3f this citv. They are expected to arrive In time
to be used' by them In celebrating evacuation day.
Commodore Earl English, chief of the bureau
jf equipment and recruiting, and Cldef Constructor
Wilson, chief of the bureau of construction and repair,
will leave Washington this evening for Norfolk
to insjject the U. S. S. Powhatan, In dry dock
tiiere, to see what repairs are necessary.
All thr Members of the cabinrt were present
sit the Cabinet meeting to-day. Tlie session was a
long one. Subjects to be treated ot in the ITesllent's
message were considered.
Leave for six months on surgeon's certificate of
disability, with permission to leave the division of
tlie Missouri, Is granted First Lieut. Daniel II.
Brush, regimental quartermaster 17th infantry.
The Grangers and Sokohum Scgak?At the
meeting of the National Grange to-day Dr. Collier,
Uie ex-chemist of the Agricultural department
made an address on the cultivation of sorghum and
Its possibilities. He was requested to furnish a
;opy of Ids report to be printed for general distribution.
Mr. Sims of Arkansas, spoke of the success
ot the manufacture of sorghum sugar in his state.
The Underground telegraph line from CoL Rockwell's
office, 17th street and Pennsylvania avenue,
to the Capitol, was completed to-day.
A General Court-martial is appointed to
meet at Willett's point, New York harlxir, November
26th. The following Is the detail for the court.
Captain Joseph II. Wlllari, First Lieutenant < ?szar
T. Crosby. Second Lieutenant Lansing 11.
Beach, Sn-ond Lieutenant Graham D. Fish, SeeKid
Lieutenant Eugene J. Spencer, Second Lieutenant
William C. Langfltt. and Second Lieutenant
Henry E. Waterman, all of the corns of engineers,
with Second Lieutenant George A. lilnn,corps
jf engineers, Judge advocate.
Naval Orders.?Lieutenant Commander G. F. F.
Wilde has been ordered as assistant. Inspector of
Lhe seventh Lighthouse district, and on the thlrtyIrst
of December, as inspector of that district; Paymaster
G. H. Head to duty in charge of the manufactory
of clothing for the enlisted men of the navy
it New York, December 1; Lieutenant Commander J.
K Winn has been detached from duty as Inspector
jf the seventh lighthouse district, December 1, and
irdered to settle accounts and wait orders: Asslsint
Naval Constructor George F. Mallet from the
aavy yard. New York, and ordered to take charge
>f the repairs to the Constellation at Norfolk, under
Saval Constructor Varney; the leave of Chief Engineer
Edward Phythlan (retired), at present hi
Milan, Italy, has been extended one year from De- ,
member 31; Lieut. Henry W. Lyon, ordered to onlaance
duty at the W;ishlngton navy yard, 4th De emben
Lieut Robert M. Doyle, detached from the
lydrographlc office 80th Inst, and ordered to the
3alena; Lieut. Wm. B. Caperton. from duty on the
x?ast survey and placed on waiting orders; Lieut.
David Daniels, from duty on the coast survey and J
>rdered to duty In the branch hydrographic office, ,
Vew York; Ensign Henrys. Knapp, from duty on
-oast survey and ordered to duty at the Smithsonian ,
[nstituUon.
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*rhe MaiM mt -nil>r< Tim*.
vN R ?Judee Hoi ram, in th* witHwne
. .n*,hel*,|nt* ralwxl bj thedm?
of the commissioner In insolrpncv declaring a debtor
in default because n?. had appeared twor*.ft,* r,rT!?
trate at an hourlat.r LhanUi ?t r !nS?m?h
summoning him for
?D,? ,R,?DJ?WI Um\ U^m^Tthat S
should decide in favor of tW debtor, but cone.u.led
to further oinslder the umv-tinn ?? t/?
*hethorti,eneWrd.br its SSSlSiS*?
t.oi., JM , Uv?'iue a um^> or cu?U*?
K-u.,. 11 **vn 10 to<*? ft*
A t vitvvj,-,- K j, s< ;*>d tMl.ir to Win.
Vil"'" ' *V tlu er a: v ^Mand, Loud?unixmatj,
f. s, v ,vm ' s . ,. . ?
i,-.v.. 1. v VIB
01*-red v , \K : h ?
lu.v.? in-. 11 ,) t ... .." ^ ?Order*
shti? t'opsteUatlo* rtc v.
Of &t>,<luU. 1 -N.iiu4T.-d
Tlie \>w ; -rli Mr?rX ?:<trkp|.
Tlie followIn* e , ;? ;!,n<; n;i(, i,ls..u rt v>
of the Now York St.* M ;ri,-t to-d ,v a>r;?orted
by special wire to Ii. U. lMrtgc, &39 1Mb street:
Aama. | 0. 0. j .V(7tnc. i O. ' f\
Oul Pac. ; n. j. o-nt... sv~
?w??tt , ? ' '*"? X- V.ont lie ' ?*$
<?nt? j 10. .... rr . ?., n.\.o. a st.L..| ii>^
C?? s. Aoiilo... ir.Vj 1 r.l>o. pn f. i ft ?ow
si? ~n n t.* w.-stVp j4u
r " ^ l"\ North P.uv..1. r . o..}
c'l- 5 v. v pr,,f ? *'- "> k|\
/ ' 1 , .',s Northwest.... 124 iNV
<oLco<a i?i ,5 | IH ij:;:; J
ii* t f wUj 1"" "*'* 0,1,0 A Miss . 1 St; * '
/, .'Is* Trans 4' 49*
I t ^ 1 ^ .oni. * West... vi.c *lv
1 7 I*-*'*- Mall 4?*
Kr?o* oi'*4 14 ,H" * K...! 17^, l?v
An "o,ia 1 v: -' S ^adlnc .vj\ r.s
ni } ^ H?hSc I si
l^il *'\17 rt': H,v" A ? . ! w5
'- ^ M. l'aul ^ v:J
Lake Mioro. . ,1110 , IVi. pr?>f. mm ir2
?Hlh Vlv-,i * r>' St" *<?niaha :c,
M< U.< nt S >* % l?o. |?r.>f, m., <
V it^ * v Vs '*Ml' su p' X1 * M- i?k,S- wv
y.i.jiAsur .-j. 1 To\.w I'ao - ?
" ,' ;0 40 ' nlonTae.... s v ?-i.
if ,A ' , |W?tkl\?e IR..
>i,.h x nr.. nu |W pr,.r . - ?
N.u-u. > uat..i 1 57 (West, i nlon...! rv'4
DKtrfrl Co*vrmtt?>tt( UMIn.
f> .. ?JT?*SIIS APTROVrii TO-n*T
o^d'J; iLYrfjg^ ^ J ?
A Niv* ^KiR Oin Hot Cm?oin* TH ??
.. '-.ooioth ( himk. -In the |-..i|., ,-o'irt u*-AiW
, |h? t.iilsrUJ. an I' llian boy of n?ii?- irsof
in r?' 'j i'imV'i rrf^i*' s" ??n " ^ t.nddt:
n> ii, a? Jdidof t"iir ivars, and the c ? > .^11.
Jm'rl.V,1, 11 ,s Hi at it... as'
h v htoh Hi p|to is ohatv*<d has r<in
m iV" 'J ln,u,T ? %M,r 1 ?
'! lin'iit at the rMldren's hi-spii.ii i?. |.-. ti ?
KalT '"ado thcarr st y. Menlay aft.-rn-.i, n u
s ild that tills k only o!n> of ^ x. r.il
ehlldren I* 'lie ri<'!L*Ub<?rlim> I v>) :> 11,. 1 .. p.,
I ecu^yliaida avcuue, t?. rw.,-n 0i and 1 . mp^u.
St RnrvnrRKp to tiik Virvi.ivt? At TtioKiTtF^ ?
1 Ins aiternoon t hl. f .lu-51--1 .rttor, ?.n
?h ?. with otl'.-rs. is. hai-. d ultu br. akinK' into a
Stoiv at liockv lile, Md.
OF,TnK THKRMOMrrKR.?The Toltntrtngr
voro the readlnars at the ?,m,-e?f theehi.-r tcua
onie'T to-day:?7 a.m.. r.i.5:11 i.ui? u, 0, i 01u., tA.?
MaxUuuiu, 67.1; tnlnluiuiu,?'m.i.
_ A ^orrkrt.?T.ast nk'ht, l?.>t w?^n? and m<v, joelc
wlille the fandlyof Mr. \V. ,1. M?.ri1s, \ . <<; <
sli.ftsoutli. avf, u,.r,? on the upixt tilers'.e tijPjr
houM, some thieves out the slat- ..f ah - m nt
window and cartl-d off a lot ot Mlv- r l.Iate and
other pn?i?erty, valued in ;1u at fn,^.
t'ltlKrtrn WITH I'MREZZI.KMI NT.?The
nrlerson 1' iK'e, r^ionsi, ,-liarvd with -mi., /'/'tnir
$ .12 trom his employer. Mr. Araar .voii:..-t..ti ihL
V a-h '.r1lntlir-ivj. ee,-u.-t t.Mlav. Mi s..nneUs<
r.; 1 stated that lie s.-nt th- ?!.' -f.-nd int tothe
r?*s|i|en e of Mrs. Stisie Whelm. No 4 > IT 11 str.N*
K""thw-est. with some artie:, s an.I ? t :i : ,r *; ia.
wni-n heoollected and failed i<> return the nx m
fiio. Ca^ "a's >,'ut lo'li" J't'i; b..nds
Forgot TJkk Noi?. ?\ p-tltlon. ?lmed Itv T'l abeth
Cow line, w a?? r.i.-.l in the it-.bate r'ourt '<>n
the s?-eoii(l ln-tanr, pr..>m^ tha? she 1*- ii.i., v fd
KUardi.in to t lie orj.h a < hiiiir-ii ..f 'i h >-. ? w i c
an<l ttie order was in.nl- to-d. .. \notlr i p. tiM -1
wailed by the
. "hnann 1 lie p.-ilii..n stat. I th. t -h- in I :. d a
man nam.-vl Gladnianti slnee ?h- d- .'!, ..r < . w it
that she lii d with ldiu. nlv , t. v\ ,i ,.rt..?
and lolout her p/ojH-r n,ane was t.ladV.
tt.t.ts FriEP.?'The will r.f th? late Stephen FT
>.ir..-K w is tj|, d to-d i\. lie leaver ids h< . .1 ^
to his wit-, Wp'i the fuit.if.r.-e :It
i>". .f 1 ,H'11 v 1 'r *-'* ""<?. In the Mutu.d
l>""ii?*ii? 11, Uf?? Ini ??., \. w t\^ \ j ^?,,j
tour sham-s preferred st.K-k of NorthernVa. itie h
'I * ?:; \? Mrs. Ji. A. Farless. f-i.HtH>; to Cnarles s!
Mlrtok. house l.^J l.amtx rt tr- t. I'ldl id.-tohl i
aud fl.iMd. Mrs. Anna .!. <;. Mit.-k t- n -m-d as
erutor. riie will Of t; . late S. Molt. I. , j,| r
his estate to his wife ,.nd three dnin- t- i
wldowh^Kl of Mrs. s, r:. arid m of h' WlJ.
rla^e to the sons, way t io-day
Tl?p ( ?nirN.
X, . ^ COrRT IN OESEKAI. TEHM.
?<;, l'. tlduln a,t. < .taliunite A- Trlnhlil
A phad ;'tid l avingtompauy; d.vitv a'linia.:^ dtv
cr.-e in spec ial term.
l^-dai, \S ail a^t. Dl-trlet of Culumbl.t; on h-arProb
ite roriiT?./wd./, ii?Q),rr.
or ?;, v- ' 1 M.I aniiv: flnta
"v t tii T r. ,D ,n* I1" Ci iPiUn; anti
n li-' n V'V I'an.-l Wal-li; pi....i or puhlleatl
.tL Will Of N. II. Miri k 111-I. a llnitt?| to provem'
^ '"'Ts lo '?M"W; b<-nd tin ?).
i .. ^anniel Moil tii-d and mily pn.\.< and
lelt.-is issued to ? liaS. ,1. and S. T. Slott- tMMid
Jo.tKKt. Kstate Of H. I. Str.^bMi-er; iN tilion of
!'?n, r"r r "H Mlna
. trashurtp-t Oled. iitid rule t?j -how cause fii. L
hstate of William Van in; order Mpi??lnllnir
Luther Martin administrator; l?ond
tate of Pavid \v.'i>ii: obpvtion t<? apiw.intment
oi administrator for the pr tr.-d. in i> ? has.
H' all, guaidlan; ord-r dm . tlm; him to pj\ ?i5it to
.W J! ' h-tn.is ? owltne; Mtl-.ii a-kimr
tosul^ltutoflieuame of Im.tun. K>1 at?- H. J
I'tweii; depositions tiled. Ji-tate Susannah V."
W alker;citation ordered.
Kyt ITV Oot'KT ?.Tuijiyc ffu /t.rr.
TmI.ij Mekep-on a^t. Nl< kerson: ?itli nnd 9th
paragraphs of bill ?irdered stricken <on. itv.- aL-X.
Braxton; sale Old-red and tnist.v apiH mt.-d
W.-e^.-iiianu a,^!. \\? v-kT> nianti; aadit-.i s sapol.'mental
repon ratified. Whcian as-t. L?,we dtneut
to bill allowed. ' ?
f KIM IN" A I. COPRT?Jiiilje H'//F?>.
W eilnesday, l.ouls llo-atn in; ord-r to r. st^ire
proju-rty. Caleb I?ineass?-r, assault with mt-nt to
kill: v.-rdlet ii"t yiilliy.
T.Mlay. Win. Kv.ui," rec. nlinr stolen fpKtds: forU.M
F,*na. a.-?auit; not guilty.
R. I>. Kunin. larceny: pleid-d iut g'Ulty. Jer-uil th
CoaU-lia, foi gcrj; on u* uriug.
A Blind Man Restore!* to sn;nT bv a Blow. a
remarkable fact lias b?-en deveioiied tn e?innei-tlon
with t he murder of the Mayljee family at Bpf?k.
'"J" 1 he biow hi ruck old Mr. Ma\ U-e
U) the floor has rest on-d his si>rLt. I>r Herman
Enapp. the oeculist, declares that the blow caus.-d
a mechanical loosing of the adhesions of the cataract,
the fastenings of which are ant to he tender
In cases of long standing.
?
Mahonk to be Answrrkd officiallv.?The democratic
state central committee of Virginia met >e*Urday
at Richmond, an?l appoints a couimitteieto
draft an addn^>s in answer to the one reeentir
issued by Mahone. The committee alao adopted a
resolution deeiarintj the tmppiprl.-ty of anv member
of the general assemlily to ao-pt'any state om**
within the gift of that body. The committee adjourned
last evening subject to the call of the
chairman.
??
Tlie eivll-aervlce reform association is rireulaOua
a petition to Congress fur the abuiiUon of the
four-\ear limitation of otttcliti terms.
MAHHIED.
lw* hE wICT/i'jiKSj ?u Thur?1?y. Sov^inlier W,
Un. b]t Hev. ( harlra Andrrw* .IAMt->i R. BKKKDKT
SlESSw^'iSii""1
DIED.
ELTJS. At OeonrotowTi. Nov^mtwr 22, 1?8S. of eoa uiiiptionu
Mm. H\HRIKT ELL\ ELLIS
I',1**** frun her UP- P*id. nee. Na
1_"0. JlstKtn^ t. SatunUy aioruiu* ?t ten u'ciix:k Intennent
at FaiLs t'haitrh, Va.
HINEK. On Thurwlay, N>>vemb<'r 241. 18K1. *fura
lrnKeraur illness. DELLt, wid-w ><i th. lat, Patrick
Hinm. and only daughter of th<- late Mm Mnivanjt
tt-iily, in the thirty Uiirrl ynu nt h.-nurf.
1 lie funeral will take pine. on Monday, Noy?md*<r 'M
IMS.'!, at 8:^>a.tn., from h.*r lat?- (evidence. No 11^1 M^h
stmt nortliwiHt, and proe?<il t.- st Matthew'* eliup h.
where a tkdetun miui-m n .a^ will lie snidfortherenuM
of her BOIll; th< uee to Mount Olivet O-IUMtery for interment.
The fri.-nds of the family an- resiwctfully invited
t?> attend. 2*
HODOKINS On November 02. 1??<3 at P :tt> o'clock
&otU.kiiu ^ HODOK1NS, beloved wife of Uuo. W.
May the n?t In peare.
_ Fungal a1ll take place from her late r^si l -nce I3flf
9th Street northwest. Satunlay. a4th Ht two o'clock n
ni- J-Tit-nda of the lanuiy are n-?>|?ctfidi> invited U
fttteud. ?
v*LNvViT51F,ld*> ^ore,JllTT,2r,dv ,HH3- ftt<5 is* m,.
Ki EMMA, daughter of Ellen J. and late J.a.n rf
J^neral wiil take pla.-e from her Im.therV p*idenoa.
. Contrrew ?:4lst) ?tml ..n Sunday aft.-moon, a!
J-^P InP-rtueiit at <Uik Hill <-< tnetery Frietida
MV ud. ** "nili' in vi tod to
. . O-i NovernNT 21?t, 1R*}. at 11 55 a. m . after a
louj? and ijainlul of <oiisuin|?tio?i, whi. h ttht
U?rc with CLnnuan forutade. KATE A., beiortxl wife of
i Kin*. In the thirty-sixth y<wr of her atr-j.
Kelativ.* and frieiids are nwpectfulljr invited to at>
U-nd the funeral from her late re.fiti.-ni*-. No. 211 KittK
str-et southeast on Satuniay moniin* at K ;iuo\ |.k4,
R. Quiem mail- at 9 o'clo- k at St. I'eU-r'a church. lnu-r>
ment at Conaraaaional cemetery. 2*
KOZEL. On November 2ad 1883, at three nVlock a m_
ANNA O., beloved wife of Charlm F. kozei, in the tweu*
ty-fourth year of her am.
Funeral will take plaoe from her late mddenr*. No
123 K street north went on Sunday, November iAth mi
two o'clock p.m. Ih-latives and friend* oi the lauiilr'aM
pmpwtfolly Invited to attend. 2*
SCHAAD. On Friday. November 53.1883, at Provi.
lenoe Hospital, Prof. JoHN CHKISTON SCti\Al>
Notice of funeral In to-morrow munusf't gag?

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