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EDUCATIONAL.
fTIHF. HOWE B' SIN ESS SCHOOL 5177th *t. n.w ?
1 Short, ns <1 < "<irw> in practical Bookkeeping.
Rapid Per.tnar.-r;ir ami i radish I.ranehfs at nmderate
rates of tuition. M> ruing, afternoon and ni^bt session*.
Sol- ri*'..t t" 11? .v -v-tun of Ii kl. i niir taught
without t? it l? **. Civil aervn j preparation a
specialty. J. H. n . Y.VNT, Princip-d. ja2'?-lrn*
"l^RIKM'V >1 I.I t SrH?M)I^-\N ILKMKNTATY
JF and I i?11 - -if' f l*>!!i it-xes. is11 I st:? et northwest.
Term t> ir.n-SECOND MON III,(February? 2d,
iw.
Ror.jn for fc-Tir mor.-> ; npi's
J?'2R-2w THO-S W. SIDWFIX. Princip*l._
rpUE BEKLJTZ >? ilOoLOI LANGUAGES,
IX
BALTIMORE, FVHToN, BROOKLYN, PROVIDENCE,
And at 1t:l, treet uorthwr-?t. Waafaingtoa
New Term ''isnow. Superior Native Teachers
only. Chxw" in ! ISv?t" L-ssons
n*Tc?-'lcd : .:o _ f . 1< arningConversation.
Fee Villi * 1 '
. To atoow ur j , tiiod we invite all (tiaou* to att n?l
our classes this w <i?.
j?i Aj'i'i v to nor. s. jolt.
crrFNcnirrxN jhsiness collfuk, cornel
P 9lh a id I) < < *i ? ' and mi! I'e-.nr. d men
and wo?u. n tr i. t 11 r !>i?-i.i> sm. Rapid wlit in*. bookkeepimr.
!>usiie s pr n tv . rapid calculations. English
lainruaite, ntcTi.i.r aphy. tyi*.--writiiur etc. thoroughly
tautrht. A n-ns- at any time. Liberal terms
adapted to tii'- ljij: ? V*Mr from <lai. >>f eutrauce.
day t Uiifht. three months. day. $20: ni.'ht, $14.
CHit* month, ii ^iit. jji.V ILapid writing. 12 $-1
Call or stud foci nvulars
II: NKY C. SPENCER, l-riuiij'al
SABA A SI 1 Nt'ER. Xicr 1-rinripoi. d30
ClUlTAli MN(.!\ ). PIANO kC. TAHiHT AT
reasons 1 . < i>\ Ptof. L(<l'l> Os'lKSSTKIN,
4T>4! C -tre-t !. rtiiv.-:. The lYoft-saurmak -s the tiuitar
a specialty. ai.- 1 ! < nas siKrceaaiul y tauuht it for twenty-tlm*
years, ('il-'.tni
THK lii ST AM* < IIEAPEST PLACE TO LEARN
drawn * i-j i'trrtr .s at flu- Natlo: al Academy of
ht* Aria. lHlli -t : n>I N.Y. ?v.-. iears of stndy aaTt-d.
Re. | tio: s fr>^- n'nhMwIiyevtniuiniiil Hu'i !k. nlH-6m
J^UKWooI) I.N>?iTClt. "
A 8ELECT BOAliMNtl AND DAY SCHOOL FOR
A coaiiplete f<-?iool i ursf. Knirlish. Si-.e-itif.c. Classical.
tin^at ia? i - foriiKxlern LaTiiruaiftn, i artienlarly
Fr-Ti h. ern.ar. Art. Klttmtion, Mr,sir (J-inno, lTof.
Ant' u (ikvlxai r
A <?ll>viat- ' < ?\i - . n!so t K , t ive conisfj f?>r advanced
studentl'n ;?r iti.?n clsttscii for Vs.-sar and otli'-r colleins.
Call at lii i 4tli
nl.?.:in Mr. .:.l Jlrt. W.M. D. CAHFI.I-, Principals.
"\y\NTiI> Vl ''' *?'Ht?l.\KS iH UISSK1H OK
? milva::ce<l' for < i no or ingxn. \VA1. C. c .'ilAIii-,
litM^tu street i.'-rl.i?? st. Terms very mo.lerate.
JalK-lin'
C'foKTHA\D 1'E >(JKAB CLASS SK^SIONS
Ejtwi) SttM I tivate IhhM a Specialty. All
sJe>rtL uiil I -"h-nnd publications<-"nxfi?nUy on haii'l.
awlcsrepti- nal", i">r nniti.-s for I'-cninc tie-art ar
ofl.nvl a: WAj'llNOTOX VU iSOuii\PII1U
Ht ADQir.VHTf It-?. V2~ I street nor:!iu ^t. J i:s
F'RKN< U 1.1 v-'N- ToMMKNi < > % ~P \RLE~~A
raris "?1 r ? !t. Vnrri <fne. p. ivate Vmi. h lejn her.
cradnate of s r1' ui-iversity. Paris Jo-fen-nceK,
French ?iiin:.-:er. I'ean^yivaniaav. icie. Jili-lin*
HO>IK SCHOOL i^o : R.>\^ BKOOKYXLLE
iie.uh'it y. 1- . \ I- . Moutw m- ry < o . Md. Sumte
iii ! t>riiaij I~r, 'i 1. ' will I < a
f? \v vacat: ... Uov. C. K. Xr.l.SON, I> I)..
Pr-.n -.|"1 l ii.' :iw
\ V \SHINi. ! V \?* > f?KMY < ! I II.KtiUAIHY~
'* n!> !r .l?inllnre. A .-it id in\ita'.ijti
t all r. ~ * r m i! ; \ which y. m-uii m>-n lt aili a
]r los; >u. .'i l.< r?iis.m'.liiast. (li-flii*
riNDII; * IK NCH SCHOOL, 1014
" V Itih st i J\ n-ul I .
T- III c m i . - i' !t:i>i j ;i:h. Kiurlish an>l object
draw iii-' tail^-n; ' pi:iai an! >u- . -v'u; tea.-lnr.
Mil f. . l'lvl D'liO.MM f. I*rincii?l.
15.- M r::';.^. :>;tcnioo!i an F:t-nch
? -i--- - of ail -- u tor ;.<JiiI:- .?..! i Snl.!ren. .Ml e.
Pui Vhoiiiin. *- i . i .; loii-'ni il niv,ti list .iTiille hss
(i?a \ s tt.-^u .-n - Iii! ; il oft oai-trrtur wlTSOtllttl
t >ra. i|U ri:iL.-u . .i i r< : ,ll.< iauou a:.tl a ] radii ai use
i'f the lan.-n.:*-- . jalT
MTssamy .. * i i r. ok l; >> i(iN .\i>; \ i K
acd' er ii.t ! i ; icrofthe Ne\'" Knji n l Coii>'-:vatory.
1 -<|ti,*. harmony j:m \ if:-cult
:re. 1U12 lihii -ir?K nuitbwt?t. ?:*
%\*ASiilNti 1<>.N m'Uimi. OF KWlTiI'JS AXI)
* " 1 ti- iirii Ijnwuajr.,
'J '4 M NtlV t
Mrs. M. st- ve is Mait, Prin- -oil.
Hie Culti i-l it \,''o;>,:,e!.t vl iii- Voice and
Natural t xpre ^. ini - '.ti:nent car Inl.y taturht.
K-|' cial t:- .* i- t ill c:i .>< iiii:i!orin;r
?n I ether vt all' Uoys' and lii ri-.* cat-1 S.tiirt:.
y. II a. in. i)?t tj'.-l
VY " 1 1 "N s' " LtA'I F (Si FNfl.UIAN
" Bu-iii'*? t Private ln^tr:ictor ia Doobk*v|itiir.
!' tr K'lirltali an I ...: .'la!hematics.
I 'ay Nes-:, !-. J . !t tutlm., #7 p r lii 'iitti. Pups.d
taught at li"'nt t , -;-'tl. Ill.l i? s'r-i't i' trt,l^."cst ilj
| tlVIL !>I'RV|I 1N-TI FTF.
i. 3 i %. ma aveiiu northwi-st.
S- .. i -> ! rv iv Ijlc-try.
l i t ivj -ervic- aud
Tl i-!i ?'i\jl Service Drill.
TFESDAY. I lii I..-. A. . tid>.\ri . l'AY EVENINGS,
li r . lroiu 7 to V o'c.oct p. in.
Terms r> a.-. uii.i-. Ja22-12t* |
J>-\RTIt- Wl*<> D; SIUK TO IMl R .-. i. TIIEM- I
k iv. > i:i t!i I : ti.M:l :t~ of 1 ..i..n. 1'mr.isli |
"iliin -r. At:.!.i tv. ttii-'l:<h I P r:.' i.. , History, '
Ai^.-i ra and : ; ti^iini- rt -eiv i rim:o le suns by
tic hour at tit.. >:: . t u nb?VMt t^r ;it t ii? hoiurs of
t!i >-. ?lio niiiv so di-sire. ior n-ier> c -s . ..!1 vir ad lr.-s
MilS. A C.'IAMBtRS,
^ j.->-2m Mi Fstret :i irtbwnt, City.
oril.jOLoF i i CTiON AN1> DK\MATIf AirF.
C IW Nj'i-" *v ,r Private let- lis in Enirlish
lisascb-h.V' ... . .1 > a?lj;iir ? !. l>.?y and i
Mr . .U>tl.lXI. 1)L'\ Ai. MA' K. j.i7-li.?
SHORTHAND \ l? I y1';;?VKITIN<; : . >cii< VLFY
tatiM-h*. Sa oitniT?Iiwlif imifrnrtf-HM are toilowe-l
t'nvi <. s. individually or ia class. It. F.
t K< >M Kl.l nt'. .} iin.-? S il-iston, Stenograph th,
47J I ou si u.a a\. m,-. nlo :?in*
(t AKFIl l.f? KlNDKltOAKTI S,
T PRIM \ ' . AND Tl A!NINO SCHOOL,
L'^3 I.Hb stre?'t northwest.
au27-fim M!t- ANNA B O iUFN, lYincii^?l.
P1.1V \ il. 1 : ? i\s IN \LI> TCAl' F -> OF SI'I'DY
:t. a.;ii:i- .. n!id* ntial. Piepan* for college. An- i
Aapt^is ftis i' .it, a lexai.-i nations.
1V\ INsTI'l'l '. s w . t i rrn r ><th and K streets n. w.
Mathematica!, < si. bn?iness
W. FLYNN, A M.
Eve'-inir cla-- - -t'l and #r> n inoiitli. in--*)
FA3I1L1 SUPPLIES.
A. t ILL I 1 : ( )F (TUOCF.BIES
THAT MUST BE SOLD:
C'-mnb-.ted Sn -at- f.Vc. j>er lb
K-st Pat'-.: 1?. M nr ^t*,.o4 per boL
lVst Kami y tl :r *."? 25 |<-r bbi.
B- st .lav ?! M a < tf . known to t!. tr.ule.
r a.-r.- is 1 in ! 2ic. Itr lb.
Po'.i' s-sa i'l Xi' . - wholesale pric.-s.
T tiiw strictly caslt.
POOLK. BK::?)KE k CO..
<1- "> i>*4 l^tui ,iana avenue.
rco r.yn Kt'R FEE vss.
C C i: I: p. r. 3 s
C FE HRit KF. SSj
C C v n p. p S
CCC KFK It it KF.F ' SVS ?
TI! I l:: \TM? MI.NNLSOTA
I'ATK ;T i :<J(*k>S flouu,
1 a it?,'.'t a ! l!F.v't;ycL and the most
Xrntiri'ivt 1 v ' -.v .-1 L
i'ic Mill-; - h .. ; !. :;e ni>-t i . : t Mill, contiinitiit
- impr< \.'l M .-lnnery nnt.sl
up ti th .. ti i . 1 it th . i r ?Itt. itlonr
I ifA-inln .i . th.- world. Tu prove tn?t.
*f wfij .1 hat a lanf'- qnianij of thLs
l axuliu' : ; I ? - ! annna'iy I > 1 :ro|>.> and
> .? :i at lie , t ur.s of t! ol 1 v.otltL We
i?t \K.*>ri i th : from s i. . ;'-t harl wheat
p. ... Aim D .!. r.i. It i -. u:.> k:. wledtrcd
fact, t! -1- ; :! a ; ' :* . i i r the tfluti :.
a* t?rry ?nd a tl Koirth Inatliauou
of aii w i -!ar ii> matter h at last I?-en
?. in I.J. I L" . itil> more *?t t.iii its, yieldteMRbmlt
t . b?-r.'. t'uiu any tie r Flow. TWa
f^-wt tra.i a.-, t: irna lsbrnl ia ai:.- tj.ialiti'vs
It st!. * t ai *. a- .v. 1 as lit,- lr >l, tor i lii- r family
r b^kt rVs us,*, a -i .-.in un . tl bv au. l -i*.r iuadi:.
sa.-k ar .a . .j , j.nl is wanaiit 1 t ^ive entire
but e>la\ ill ll
vSTKUI.lNi; S sr. Loris FANCY.
Oil. of lh'-l- - 1- lii 1 v\i;:t? r W! J-.ti-.tsever
otfered to th tir t it : ? unni-t !! i !,j a:.> . :ht r i'att
:.t except Ot^s ?!i I *id please th n. st i xvting
h .Mri'.-tpli;. . s -y tl.' luoatfanUdtoits t'.i ure.
t; I I T -EDGE.
A biMtdtv - ut V< .:. . r Wheat Pab-ut.
UKLIAXCE.
A ipl' ti'ltd X!:. : ta F-tont Flo.sr. n atle by thecelel
r?t?'l Kuii. ;. s It is a very ci:t-ap and beaur.'il
l atent, wn...it the naeh of idl riii.---*, and we
. i. rantif *.11 ^. aliat'acucu to c;ir> oi.o wuo wid
try it.
<; O f. !> K X H I I. I. .
Tue old reiiab! t'arid-byand the Sta::.'.ar.l Family
J'e 'ir >>f th-j li-t-It istsjaalliMina.it, toagreat
i any bi.'h-pri' I t ut Iloura.wlu'st it < a-i lie bought
f->r eon tdi-ral 1- money. We defy comretitoni to
1 nnrf f >rth any I" . i - su;f .".or t > CF.Rt-.S. sn.ULlSG,
4.1LT EDOE. KL: 1 ;Nrii or (k)LDFN HILL, and we
i t-l s-nred that aM> ). ; is. keejs-r who tri.n tl-.ein once
w dl n?-v..-r U.-N.- aiij : !i.u,' eLio. For sale by all grocers.
V holf ale Dt jstt, c er 1-t street and Indiana arenne.
sM W'? M liALT .% CO.
VV"< ?t > i > AND COAL.
( OAL. \\ ( OD.
J HN .ON RROIHERS.
WUAKVl S AND RAILROAD YAR^i
l ATLHH ASP \\ ME.t 8TBEETS SOL'THWEST.
B!.\NCH YA t>- '.Mi OFFICES CONNECTED BY
TELEPHONE:
1-M2 F Rtr> .-t N .-t'lwe t.
1'I5 7th Stre. f v r'iiweat.
174-1 pent:s Iva ...? \venue North W(nl
lilt i?th stn- i >i rtbweit.
I trie r ^d a*.il K wS Nortli aast.
'-*.'1 I\n:i?ylrn.i-? Avenue Southwest
Jsl &
/ 1 t KliK CK! V-I.!\F. OhFlCE AND YARD. I8W
x J . itii *t:e V : n il of 14vh ntn-etr?Lou< W OOd:
l ine !?4 i*r ct>nl 'a., f-j. iiiekory, t'. Kiv> t-d and
b; t -.tie, ^6 ; e; c . Oak. t*; Hickory, $&7&
AUCTION SALES. .
THN
' 'piiUSTEKS SVI.F OF TIWE*S'iyH<YBRICK
I JL HOUSE No. 48 K STREET NORTH F AST,
j Default having- b '?n n:i !e in the wnn"nl of thr-^e&
j ?w*cnre.i t y de- ?i >f tru t lu'.y re?*.>r(l? i< in T.iU r v!-"1
> n.:? a, foli i :*r.t 11 f |, ut the lan I records < t the*2*
District of Colmai 4a. I will, bv vsrtn* tti t> of. and at
tii'' request of the party *-> nr-d. f> 11 at public auction,
in front of the premrs1*, o:i MONDAY. FKBRlarY I
M< ?ND. 1--85. AT HALF-PA*?T FOUR O'CLOCK P.
M.. i>artsof L 'ti? 24T an! _<s, in sijuaro fiT.V Be:rinnin<?
f. r tin* same at a ]ioi*:f 2".*" Let from the northeast cor({
rail s u!*rc awl running west 20 t.-et. thence !
: south ?<o fwt. thence ? s-t j-i feet, and thenc north tfO
j fe t. to the t>!a.-e of besnnninif.
Teriu? One-.hird cull and the balance In eq-ial inst
lilments in nix. twelve ac t eighteen months, for
. v. i.:-ti notesof juir. ha t- .'.-Mi-inif interest from d*y of
sal -, and eecurcd by deed < f trust on the property will
be U:krn. A dej'O'irj'f ? >?> wi?l be required at tune of
Bale, anil all conv. yanciuc and recording v ill lie at
I ptr < h'iserb'co't. Terms to be rem plied with?l se\en
osys or property will b;> resold at risk arid cost of d faulting
purchaser.
. JNO. E. KENDALL. Trustee.
T. F. WAGGAMAN. Ah. Hotter, j*28-co&d8
TIII> KVSNINCI.
JU.O'MEARAJfcC ..
.
1347 Pviinrylvania avenue.
! I.AKGE STOCK OF TINE ENGLISH BR~ECHI
OADING SHOT GU>'S. IMPORTED FRENCH CATH
DR XL (SOJtG CLOCKS. ROGERS'FIN K ML>'KR
PLATED WARE. DINNER AND 1 FA SETS CAS- ,
TOl:s. FRUIT STANDS. &r FINE 1MPOit TED
, SA\ iSS 311 slC BOXKS, troni two to t?n tni.es- GOLD
; aii'l SlLVtR HATOU'S. JEWELRY, CUTLERY.
I OPER Y GLASS*- s. I.ADTKS' BEST ROSEWOOD and
M' KI.E BWIOS. WADE and BUTCHER IUZ''R-i,
REVOLVERS. TOOLS, and 10,000 useful household
j articles. " *
I!y direction of tlie owner to chaqpe business. I will
Red, on t :< pr'-inHM. all tll^ ab iv rttOt-k of -f. U.
o* VIEVKA&CO., 1347 Pennsylvania av.-nne northwest.
Washington. D. C. Sr.If , .nuiuuces at SEVEN P. M,
Gieat innpins may be exoe t ?i. FOLLY. Aurt.
V B The f ixtures will : ot bo sold as. at I i inir-a"';2
..' I. sale, the store will l>e occupied ly i. U.
O'ME Alt A it CO., Manufacturers of "RWYAL GLUE."
v?l
TO-MORROW.
rTIUOMAS E. WAGOAMAN.
A Real Estate Auctioneer.
TRUSTFF-'S SXLF. OF DKSTRABLE DWELLING
HOUSE, No. 202i 1 STREET NORTHWl-ST.
.1 y virtue of a deed of trust to me record? d in -".
; Ltber No. Tfii. folio 412. of the laiul reeor in of tlieQ^a i
District of C'olanibi-i. I will sell, at public auction
in fr uit of the i>r. qi - s. on Tl'ESUAV, Tib THIRD
, DAV OF FEBKIUKY, A. D. 13s.i at FOUR AND A
HALl O'CLOCK P. M? Lot No. 37 of the subtli\isiou
of sipt ire No. 101, in th- City of Washinvrti.n, D. C.,
with thi- improvfluents th r>'>'i. consijtin't of :i cotnfort;:Me
th-ei- st ?ry brick d? Uin<, beiiK premises No.
2'1 I >tn-i t northwest.
T. r ns of sai. : On.'-fonrth cash: balano at six.
twlvi and eiirbteen m->;it i.s. with illt rest, for which
liote^of the purchaser will In- taken, secniv i bv deed I
I ot trust and (lolivy of i:is:i -ance, or all cash, ut the option
t>f the purchaser.
. LEWIS CLEPHANE. Trustee.
Tlios E. WAGGAMAN, Auctioneer. )a21-dUi
ALTER B. WILLIAMS i CO., Awtiooeeta
PEM MPTORY SALE BY C\TALOOFE or FALI.I
N S SOLAR PATN'FiSUS, AFTf.it Till. GREAT
PIASTERS OF.EUROPE. j
AL ?. EnyiishSVater C'.lor Paintings at Pnblie Sale.
t>n TUESDAY an 1 WEDNESDAY EVENINt.S, Febnnry
I iiird and Fot n i :i at . iuht o', io. k, * shaii
s-!:. at on!" .-.alesrooiii, cu: iier 10th struct and 1' atisylVotii:;
av, nue?
Thirly one Fnsrlisli Water Ci lors;
S:\iy-six Colopnl Phototrmplis;
I jvhty-one Plain PhotoirrapJis;
To - - Id without res. rv. : w: i t?.. arrniiifed i- rex*i*niliatio!'.
"1? *s lay, i'ebruar) :vi v. th Catalogue.
WALT E:i B. V. I i.LI A MS , r?,
i ii' iiiiimmi Auctioneers.
IMAXOS AM) QK<;ANS.
Ai Af.NTFICENT
PI ANOS AND ORGANS
OF THE BEST AND LEADING MAKERS
SOLD ON MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS 0J- 55 AND
$10 PER AlONTH.
A GVNT.r.AL CLEARING OUTS\T.F nF^"^-^
ALL MY SECOND-HAND LN>Y!;i MEN i sff"TTTl
i - l'lANOS AND ORGANS?Al' MUSI ANY * ' '
PKK'E.
NO FAIR OFFER REFUSED.
Pian s as low as $-.'5.
< >s tra:is as low as .* 15.
S vcral El. gant Inanos : t fl25 each.
|.
I
sidney t. mm mo,
433 7th street northwest.
G. L Wiu? & Baa,
709 7th st e t )!. rthwost. c~:. ^ ;
!- Aireuts for the Si 11 1 F r i. i KRANICHPTlTirVf
BACH PIANOS and (.ALLY'S Wonderful 1 '
S.-1! Playing Instruments. Several Ikuvsuik < n easy j
tern-sin Pianos and Oi'-rans which have l??eii us.sl
I'm-: .. a'i-11 >rif&tw for r-nt. tui-*1 and rup.iir.-1 iaio
jp I A X o s7~
TUNING AND REPAIRS OF PIANOS A SPECIALTY.
AT
V. BECKER'S WAREROOMS.
^ , 801 9th st.
^Fine Pianos for Rent and Sale. ja;>-;3m
OLVEItAL FINE Pt ANOS OF VARIOUS MAKES
? for Sale and Kent at reduced prices
MRS. F C. REICHENBACK.
No. 4il lithst. n.w. (Knicentmcik)
sSSsTTTT FEE 11 NX N U' W W A Y Y
s T E II NN N WAV WW AA Y Y
SSq T KK UN s N WW WW A A YY
K 2 T E UN NN' WAV WW AAA Y
T FEB 11N NN W W A A Y
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
PIANOS.
The Best in th- World.
A Lai'si' Assortment Constantly on Hand, at tlia
Ware rooms,
W5 PENNSYLVANIA A\ ENUE.
FDW. F. DROOP.
Sole Agent for SU-inway ,t Sons' I-,anoi.
Tuning and Repairiin? Promptly Attended to by Re1
liable. Workmen. d23-ly
HALI.ET. DAVIS At OREVT Sl'.' CIALTY?
THEIR Ul'RItiHT GRAND PIANO
In n * and elegant styl s, hov- r- ady. at siK-cal fa tory
! th Hi II. LbVXXu.811 9thit n.w. ocj
Steck&Co., Emerson.AtKaus^Co '
PIANOS.
WILCOX & WHITE AND KIMBALL ORGANS.
Pianos and Organs excha:ur"d. repcired. tuned lioxedfor
rent l.y day. week, mouth or year. Rent applied if
1 ptirch is.-d.
Full stock of 5c. Muidc.
HENRY EBERBACH.
, , ?. 915 F STBEKr.
mi 31 Man-unn* Partverof the late firm of Fills .<* Co.
/ 1ENFINE "DECKER" PIANOS
are Made by Dt CK !.R BROS., N Y.
<.?. 11 KL'H.V Soie Ar nt, 407 lOtu street n.w.
\;so i?r Bur !ett Oriraiis. oj
HOUSEFITRNISHINGST
i CJRAND ^ALE 'Fhis W EEK
OF ORIENTAL RUGS,
! N; * Auction Goo Is. but Go'wl Gooos at 1(ms than a'ict
- p: i< s. We will scJ! this we: k fcrcanh a lino of the
! .i oe st K-Ht"-u L'Uf-' v >r t>. >u- nt t thi-market,
< ri|Tu:, ,' the followi;.< wcil known makes Ariucau,
Kh- iiia. Da^rhastan, K;ussa. k,s, Ghaidles, Caaiiiiiere?,
, 1 i .lis, Airra and Oushack.
CARPETS
: Iii allnizesat prices which cannot lie duplicated,
j I >'" Do not tail to iuajvet these Good*.
W H. HOEKE,
d'O 801 Market Space, and 310 8t!i st. n. w.
i Decorated J^ottery And Porcelain
FROM ALL COUNTRIES.
GLASSWARE
CUTLERY amd
PLATED WARE.
FINE PLATES TOILET SETS.
PARLOR LAMPS. TEA SETS.
i LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF DINNER
SETS.
M. W BE V BRIDGE.
_ W NO. 1003 PA. AVENUE.
If lou Want iV 1?eating Or
cooking stove,
PORTABLE OR BRICK SET RANGE. LATR0BE
FURNACE OR SLATE MANTEL,
( .%;] fct our establishment l>efore purchiMjiiif, rvs we aro
pov. ? xhi??itin?r the Urgent Mnoitment of nbovo itooUh,
Ir??ri'-ap. nit'diuifi, and finst-claiM ^rriwi?j4. ever nhowu iu
Alio, iiu Ware, lloiweiuniiaiuaK Oooilji,
W S. JENK8 k CO.,
mi 004 717 7th street northw??8t.
Sisoleton & Fletcher,
415 S<?venth sti??t Northwest.
FURNITURE. C^KT^BEDDING AND UPHOL25OTth?411
^"-quotedby any
To verily Uie above caU aad soe our choice stock and
nig
\V A LEER'S, 3IM10TU STREET NORTHWEST
I lift*-. ^MOTH PROOF CAltl'ST ILNING.
l".t. Lime, Cement. Tar Paper R>'fln^ Pitch tnl
I Tina Round and Square Chuun^r KluaC to. n?
AUCTION 8A Lfcfe ? >M
XCA>80H Bttos.. AlOtiMtMK
EXTENSIVE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. J
Ac,
COMrRisttro r r
Rosewood-Case Knabe Piano, Gilt and Walnut-Framp
Fren li I late Pier Mirrors, larsfe as* rlment of
Handsome Par'or Suites. Wahuit Ctian.luT Suites, ,
Cottare Sets. Walnut Wardrob s, M. T. Tables,
Easy Chairs. Bedsteads, Bureaus. Washstands. Hair
and other Mattresses, lillows aud Bolsteis, Iatiibrequhes,
Lou n ires, Cots. Sideboard, Extension-Tables.
Leather-Covered Diuiiifr Chairs, Cutlery,
Crockery and Glassware, Dosks, Oil Fain tings, F.11K-.-avi:iifs
Hat Racks 4' Toilet S ts, latere Coffee Jj
Mill. 'Jj Boxes White Castile Soap. 25 dozsn Coal |
Hods. Cooking aud Heating Stoves, Brussels and
InKTain Carp, ts, Ac.
Also. Stock of Dry Goods and Notions.
Also. on< Side-Bar Top Bttfl.7.
AT AUCTION.
On TUESDAY MORN IX ;. FEBRUARY THIRD.*t i
Tt.N (''< LOCK. wo will sell, in fro;.t and within our
Bpgu us -Irs P'111S, a L-. ncral rullectiaw of fiaw^pld
Good-. ;o welch the attention ol buyers is respectfully
called. it
rr HUM AS DO WT I NO, Auct-<?!H^r ^ {
CATALOGUE SALH
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Of a Splendid Collee ion of
t
>! ISCELLANEOl'S HOOKS,
in fine condition, embracing every branch of literature,
belon?iu# to the library of the late >
HALBKRT W. VVILLITZ* ~ ' .*
With several other lots, includfnjr ft'number of
NEW Boots. ... \ L :
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To !>e sold at my Auction Rooms, southwest corncrllUi
street and Pennsylvania avenue, on
MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVENINGS, FEBRUAUY
NINTH AND TENTH, 1886,
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Commencing at
HALF-PAST SEVEN O'CLOCKi j
Now on exhibition.
Terms cash. .. " '
fTITOS. DOWLTXO, Anctt_ '
'IMIOS. J. FISHER It CO., Real Estate Auctioneers.
'1 RUST EE'S SALE OF A NUMBER OF SMALL
B1UCK HOI SI S AND LOTS FRONTING RESl'ECTIVi-l.V
ON K STREET AND NEW JERSEY
AVENUE NORTHWEST.
On WEDNESDAY AFT RNOON. FEBRUARY
ELEVENTH. A. D? l-8\at FOUR. O'CI OCK. in front
of the prenn by virtue of a dead trust dated
IX-cember i"tli. V. D. 1*80. and duly recorti'd iu Lib*f
No. ;>54. f ji 1 <> 4'<>, i t set| , of the laud records of tTie District
of Columbia. wc shall sell nil of lot lettered "C,"
of B:is ... ai d others'i-'-corde-1 snlslivislon of original
lot one ili.ii s iua:e five hundred aud tifty-eisrht (5">S.)
A Is-1, all of loi.s eleven (11), t w -lve (12), fourteen (14), t
and tilt 'i ti:>i. of s. A. mul l. S B i*>'subdivision of
1 >t"i>. ' f said iiri.-s oeand otheisV.ulidi vision of orimnal
lot one < 11. of said square live bunded ttiid.fifty-eiirht
<.V?K?. together with 1 lie iiuprov. iiieuts fherCoU, con- I
? f a number > nail t?rf?*K IfHttse*. ' '
Terms: One-t jii>d e;isli l.aiajv e illjln* and fw<o?1V'
) ?rs with in; rc,t, an 1 . cured by dci-d it trii<f upon
the propt rty sold,or : 111 ash r-.L iym :< of pitrcUd5?*. A:; :
deposit of ten percent of 1 he tf?nrrfin?e <T:'<tii?^ tfill be"
required at tinio of sale. All c nycyuiriuK at
cr'seosr. It i-rnis'i! till",: oil' ! <*oi..p:ie<l wrth within
five (">! .lays fn.uiday of su(<: the trustees r< serve the
rieht to r. si ll the property uih.ii five days' advertiseii.'
lit iti lli-j "Eveinus .->tai " ui.-.v-pa[? r. at risk and cost
of defaullin^I'.urtliaser.
ja31-d*ds r 11 AS1' r; U.? Trustees.
/ 1HAN< ERY SALE OF VALUMILE UNIMPROVED
V RIM I sTATE ON NOJJTH ' \I'I I OL STHEET
BETWEEN D AND E STREETS.
By virtu' fad'crec of the Snpiv-me Court
the District of t'.ilurnbia. j sst'^pp t'ar
Dt-c-cinlHT. i-.-v(. cuhI am iidt-d >41 Ut'>Ttn ifje ,
De- rmt er. 1 HvCv>. in equity cause "No. R.Cfil. D >c. ~iX t
wherein the N .!. !?! Union hflff'Tft-QjOtmr if1-.
p iiiiit:;'! ;ii..I -l.-iin B. iyl. 1 :md o'tbuvsa ? defeuuauta. 1
Snail -1 11 i.. luffhi si biddi r. i;i fro?it of th" |*r. loises,
c. .1 .*-it ! t >r r.< >' !.| :< K I\M .,011 THl'KSD W .
TWEi El H DAY OF FEBRUARY, 18H5. E..ts x.?s. six 1
.< >, seven ... Ixhl (8). nitii 19). ten (10) and eleven (11),
ill the s:iUtivi;.:on of !>-: No. on.* 11). ill square No. six
liuu<ir^l u d th rty ((i;iO). ac .rdu.kf to tne met s and
lo:ii;ii-. e.iveii '.iits ami roiiilit on., set forth am' descri
?ii in the deed of parti ion, dated December 'js,
3K71.1 liter 1 into b\ aii i let\v n Atidrew Wylie and
May ( ids w. 1 . and Mar-a ei. Hel/,i-l. and rccord"-l
with the pi t ; u! divi >n a 11 -xed in IJbur , fulio
. o' . ' t the laud records of Washington county, in
tile Distrfct , f '' iluuibia. .Mm, all that pan of'Saift
Intoned), in -1 id square No.f,.'.o, at tiie northcA-t'iijj-iiyr
tii.'i eo:. i'r >iit;u'--i>u N rtht '.. ilol street t?iirt> -fj.( f'TO
lii't at.q t--ii i iy, inches by r. depth of one fenjBlitttl'aiia
twenty lio i.-ut. ' ' ^
Terms of sale, ts pr. -< rib. il by the decree; One third
t.t t)i purchase innuey 111 ash. and tl 0 1 al mce in nine
anii 1 'j-i.t en (lti) mouths irmii tli .iat- of sale. For
tl.e deferred ) aviuei<ts th purchas-r -r purchasers shall
give ti-eir m#e drawinjr six cG) |n r cent, interest per
annum, see'.irc 1 by d*t-d <>rde"dsof trust on the property
pun has d a deposit of fifty ($50) dollars on each
lot niu-t b-- in I 'whe.ithe piois-rty is ku nk tl down.
All coiiveynnciiik'to b at tin- cost of the purchaser or
purchas r-. JOHN HKALD, 'lntstee.
5 q F street northwest.
DUNCANS*>N BROS, Aii.-ls. j.y^i ;.;.ltn
1) i"Nc'ANsoN BROS.. Auctioneers,
-JNO. A. PRF.9C TT. REAL ES t'ATE BPQKKR^. Kel- ,
lomr Buihtintr, No. I41C.r st. n. wT... .
CHANCERY S\LE OF REAT. ESTATE FRONTING
ON THIRD S l'REET I AST. BEING THE NORTflWlSi
CONNER OF THIRD AND K STREET-4
NOR Fill'AST, AND IMPROVED BY A TWOSTuHY
BRICK DWELLING WITH STORE-ROOM,
KNOWN A3 No. 1U>0 THIRD STREET NORTHEAST.
By virtue of a decree passed on the seventeenth (17th)
day ot November, A. D. ltfH-l, and supplemental decree
l?issel i.u the fifteenth il'ith) day of Jauuaiy. A. D.
1?>S5. in the cause of John Burns, complainant, vs. The
Metroj>olitaii Buildinir Ass ?-ii?tion et als., defendants,
nniulxintl 74t."i. 1 quit) docket -!?. 111 the Supreme Court
of the District of Caluiidiia. I shall, on WEDNESDAY,
the 1-Ll- VI NTH DAY (IF FEBRUARY, A. D. 1??. at
HALE-BAST Fol'R O'CLOCK P. AL. in front of the
l?: emi 1 s. . >11 >-r for salti by public uite'tv>u
the following real estate, to wit: All that
piece or parcel of laud situated and
lieins in the city and county of Washington. District
Columbia, atul known nnd de?ixnated as part of lot:
numbered one <D, in square numttered seven hundred
and forty-nine (74'Ji, commencing for the same at the
southeast 1 oruerof sail lot and square, and ruiiniuif
thence north along the line of Third Old) street east
twenty-two ('-'-') feet; th'-nce west ninety (UO) feet;
th-nee south twenty-two (2J). and thence east ninety (
<!)U) feet to the pi ice of lie-inumir, improved by a twostory
brick dwelling with stoif-rooui. known as No.
l.o >0 3.1 street northeast.
Terms Oiie-thinl cash, the balance in notes at one
(1) ai:.l t vo cj) years, with interest of 6 )H-r cent per
arm 1111:. t.i ?> secured by deed of trust u]>on the proiw
erty sold. A deposit of $100 will be required at the
time of s.ile. Ii the terms i f i>.do a,r<; lH.t couqui'^l
v ith \\ ith;?? seven days. I. as trustee, reserve ihi* rWiil
to re---Ii at the risk nnd cost of the defaulting pur-.
cha.-'r. All conveyaneimr at the cost of (he purchaser,
WM. HENRY BROWNE. Trustee
Ja'23i'.tds 4TJ lx>nis?i>ua nvtmuc.
f|iH >8 J- FISHER ,v CO.. R- al Estate Anctivneers.
TRUS I EES' -ALE OF VALUABLE LOT, IMPRO . ED
BY BRICK DWELLING. No till) M STREET
NORTHWEST, Willi STABLE IN RE Alt. j
By virtu" of a deed of trust, dated 25th Septcra
l.er, A. !>.. lH-'S, and duly n-corded in Lilier No 10 >H. 1
folio 3<?. et stsj . one ot the land records for the Dis- '
trict of < iumbia. we snail sell. 011 IHURSDAY AF- 1
'I 1 I'Aoon. FI t KIARY El El II. A. D, lsW',. at HALF
l'As'F I <I"R O'CLOt'K, in front of the piemis<?, the
west half of lot numbered four (4*. in cor|H>ration of
Washington -iilxlivisioii of square numb red foqr Ruudt->
I and f> -ty ei'.'ht (US), as sai I subdivision'is
k! .miii Eil?..-"N K." tolio 275,xtf the words of thf8 surrcyor's
office of the District of tfehiinbia. together
with the improvements theroon, consisting of a brii'k
dw dliiikr sua stable.
Terms On ..-third cash. balance in one (1) and two
(2) yc:.:-s. wi'h intei-est, and sccur.-d by a d.*ed of trust
upon the propertraola. Adei> ?sit of fclou will be req
ut nil at time of sale Conveyancing at cost of purchaser.
it ti-rms of sale are not complied with within <
s. yen days fit m day of sale, the propet ty will is? mold |
at iisk a-.i.icost of dei'aulting purchaser after five days'
notice in tin- Evening Star.
EDWARD ' ST 1.1.L WAG EN.)
JOHN H. CASSIN, j Trustees.
ia'M-d&.l.-. j
GENTLEMEN'S GOODS. !
AVe II AVE UST li-ECElVED ]
ANOTHER LOT OF 100 DOZEN '
BROWN HALF HOSE, J
The "same as we sold so many of last year." which we '
ar offer. i:u' at the remarkably low price of $1 per box 1
of six j aii-H, <
Also, oik-lot of 100 dozon colored HALF liOSE,
\vhi<"ii v will rlosf; at 20 ccuU a pair, or tlireo pairs \
for 5 ) ceute. Tliem* ^oods ar j worth &3 ix?r dozen.
At R B. ELLERVS, ]
5al6 1113 F atreet northwest. '
Just IIeceived- ,
A Latxe Line of NECKWEAR, for 60c , 75c. aud $1.
Full Line of Fall and, Winter UNDER WEAR, at lowest
prices.
Larife Line of DRESS SHIRTS constantly on hand. *
CHARLES HYATT. Proprietor.
THOMPSON'S SHIRT FACTORY.
816 F street northwest,
*e30 Opposite Patent Office.
SPECIALTIES.
Mrs. c. e. iennellTof portfTand, maIne
MAGNETIC H KALE It,
Office hours?1 to 7 p.m. Treats iajies only. <
ja28-2w* 317 4>j street northwest. I
IE \OU v\ 1SH PERFECT COMFORT us* BAILEY'S
Improved Truss. Satisfaction g-uarante d or money 1
ri'funde^L .Mailed to any address 111 United Stales 011
n-ceipt of price, 43. Aduri ss L. C. BAILEY. 2923 M st. 1
northwest. Iji lies should consult Mrs. BAILKY at her
residence. lltW ISth street northwest. ja'20-lm* ,
1 \lc W. T. PARKER. OF BOSTON, MASS., KLEC^
If tro-mai-'iietie healer: healing by laying on of hands.
Treats rheumatism. Neuralgia. Asthma, Catarrh, Paralysis,
St.Vitus Dance,Nervous Prostration,Luiir-, Liver
ami Ki luey Complaints, and all nervous dis<-ases, without
the use of medicine. Consultation free. Will visit 1
patients at their homes. Office hours 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.
317 4.!% street northwest. nl7-12w*
Bishops (Jamphorine. ,
An exquisite Toilet article for Chapped and Rough
Skin; aliays irritation aud wiU keep the complexion
Binootb, soft and clear. Price 25c.
Try it, if uot satisfied, return bottle and get your
money back.
Prepared by
L. C. BISHOP, Drtwrist,
^ street, corner H street northwest,
For sale by W. 8. Thompson, Druiwiat, 703 15th at
Stott, Cromwell 3t Co, 480 Pennsylvania avenues I
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cUveil, a;;,i turiifleteljr CURKS DY8' EPKtA.
INDIGESTION. MALARIA, WEAKNESS IMPURE
BLOOD. CH I IjLS ami FEVER. ami N t- URALGXA.
By rapid and thorough rssimilation with the bjoodtt
Waches PMry par; of the System, pntifle* and enric'h??tr
t>ii hiix;.I, stri'ix h'-u.s the muscle* and nerves, and tone*
and inviL-orotes the system. , >
A FINE APPETIZER?Bast toni?known.
It will cure tl.e worst cft"=e of Dyspepsia, removihg alt
distressing symptoms. such as Taxtuig the Food. BcJcliinir;
Hvat in the Stomach; Hewttmr-, etc.
THE ONI,V IRON MEDICINE THAT WILL NOT
BLACKEN OR INJURE THE TEETH.
It in invaln ible for diseases jwali .r to women, and to
all iH-rsous who lead sodant-ary Jjves.
AN UNFAILING REMEDY FOR DISEASES OF
THE LIVER AND KIDNEYS.
Persons suffering from the effects of overwork, nervous
troubles. lass of Appetite or debility experience
qrriek relief and renewed felietyy by i(R usfc
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CON.STil'ATION?other Iron Medicines do.
It is the only preparation of iron that causes no Usurious
effects. Pliysfcians and Dru^Kists reComn.cnu It
as the BEST. TKY IT.
.The genuine has Tmh MnrV and crossed red lines On
wrapper. Take no other. Made only by i..;i
ah 1:1 BROWN CHEMICAL CO.. Baltimore. Md.
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l-'v.c. Handkerchiefs for4?c.
5c. Handkerchiefs tur lcf
_* for 2jc. Collars 3 fi>;j!5c.
Child's CollarsjtorJac,
25c. Ruchinsrs for lflc.
(Wc. l.'iCfc Ft luis foF^^i,.
$i.i?s Lace Fichus rois #1.53. , ,-,.i
ciiampairnc Bottle Bay Run:, 13a t-?.w -j
Florida Water, oiut for
Genuine "Pears" f>yap,;l?c,
8??i I'ocket Necessaries uar 21c. ><< ; in
F.mbrolderi?u, 10 p^r discount.
'I'riiumin^s 10 i?er e^rn. discount.
Buttons, 10 jht cea& ditijouut.
$2.2") "Newmarket",ii-iss un?r.s for $1,881
{1.00 Child's tio-.s ii/iri'? bor Wa
11.18 Felt Table Covers for 9Sc.
?1.2.*> Kid Gloves for 8'i. . Kid
Gl tves foail.59.
SWc. SllK I!o-:e for < l*f.
49c. Msie Hose fur tie. *
25c. Colored Hose for 41
48c. Merino I'n U rweac tor 42c.
25c. Flowers for l?e.
59c. silk Buds for u>\ !
98o. Feather Tins lor 79c.
ii.48 FealHer Tips for $1.18. . 98c.
Fans, all styles, for TO a.
$1.98 Fans, do., for?L63.
49e. Satchels for 42 *.
. Satchels for 51c.
$1.68 Satchels for #1.39.
25c. Pocket books for 19c.
48c. Pocketbooks tor 39c.
25c. Jewelry for 17c.
49c. Jewelry for 38;.
98c. Sterling silver Bangles, 830.
29c. Diamond Collar Buttons, 23c.
$2.98 Jerseys for I2.C3.
75c. Night (.owns for 52c.
50c. Chemises for 39c.
50c. Corset Covers for 33c.
33c. Drawers for 25c.
98a skirts for 8ta
75c. French Underwear for 69c.
29; . Aprons for 25e. ?
$2.25 "P. D." Corsets for $1.9T.
$1.00 Sateen Corsets tor 69a
25a Bustles for 19c.
JENTS ' GENTS
25c. Handkerchiefs lor 19c.
4lc. l'uff scarfs ror 33e.
25c. Half Hose for 19'.
25c. Windsor Scarfs for 19c.
89c. "Palais Royal" shirts Sic.
$2.10 Silk Umbrellas for *2.03.
i $2 25 Rubber Coats for $1.9?i.
[ 50c. Merino Underwear for 39c,
$1.25 Scarlet Underwear for $1.05. < >* /
$1.50 Kid Gloves for $1.19.
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Special Notice.
1 RESPECTFULLY CALL TIIE ATTENTION OF
\RCHITECT8 AND THOSE CONTEMPLATING I
BUILDING TO MY STOCK OF FIRST-CLASS
HEATING APPARATUS, AND WOULD PAUTICU- j
LARLY CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THE
WROUGHT IRON FURNACES FROM THE WELLKNOWN
FACTORY OF REYNOLDS Si SON, WHICH
t CONSIDER AS GOOD IF NOT SUPERIOR TO
STEAM HEATING AT ONE HUNDRED PEBgCENT
CHEAPER IN COST. WOULD ALSO CALL YOUR
ATTENTION TO THE WELL-KNOWN FIREPLACE
HEATERS, FROM THE FACTORY OF JAMES
IPEAR, FOR HEATING TWO OR MORE ROOMS
\BOVE FOR ECONOMY AND HEATING QUALITY
THEY HAVE NO EQUAL. THESE HEATERS AND
FURNACES ARE BEING USED EXTENSIVELY IN
SOME OF THE FINEST HOUSES IN THE CITY,
IVHICH WE TAKE GREAT-PLEASURE IN REFER
KING TO. A CALL IS SOLICITED AND ESTIMATES
PROMPTLY FURNISHED. ,
WALTER D. WYVILL, Exclusive Agent,
ap26 No. 452 PA. AVE., NEAR 4? STREET.
Great C losing Out Salb
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FINE BOOTS AND SHOES
"Af
8INSHEIMER & BRO.,
808 7th Stkkkt.
This sale will conttaue r short tlma only. Look
carefully at the Extraordinary Bargains we offer of
Lbe following well-known makers in Ladles' Shoes .
cousin's lineat Cur, Kid, Hand-sewed, butt., that
cost you $5, we will aeil you now at $3.79. *
Cousin's llnest Str. Goat, 'Hand-sewed, which are
?old elsewhere at $4.50, our price now $3.59.
Cousin's Fine cur. Kid, Dutt., which sell at $3.50,
we sell now at $2.79.
Cousin's Misses shoes at the same low figures.
About 300 Pairs Ladies' Fine Kid Butt., every pair
Df which la worth $3, are now selling at $2.
Our Burt's Men Shoes, in butt, laoe and Gaiters
that were $5 and $8, are now closing at $3 75.
These shoes are superior to custom-made.
We ask those that want to save money to come
sa early as possible, as our stock is now complete.
We have all sizes and widths, therefore call at once
it SINSHK1MKR & BRO.,
Jafl 808 7th street.
Importer of french wines, cognac, cham?
, pagnes and cordials.
French Clarets, 93.75. $4 and 14.60 par dozen.
American Native Winea, Brandies and Champagnes.
Cal ifornia, V1 rvi q 1? and Ohio, four bottles for $L
VICTOR ROUX, 1747 Pennsylvania avenue.
Agents for fint-claas houses. Bordeaux. Burgundy,
Dham^es and Cognac. Vina de tout aortas en caiss I
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Lalest TbIsotids So Ttie Star.
Solvation in a Toronto Church.
n,C IVtUfcj AN OUTBIR8T OF PATRIOTIC
fcNTtlCSIASJt OVKKT11K SO I'D AN WAR.
Tpkonto, February 2.-The Rev. D. J. MacDonell.
during the service in St. Andrew's church,
yesterday morning, creaird a .s#>riMi ion by alluding
to the battle of sbebacas wells, an<1 reiaMng the
incident of the charge of tue irunrasimm to pet
wat<T for the fighting men ox the square, wno
were dying of thirst.
njrANCIAL AXD tonnERCIAL.
The ICew York Stock Market
The following arc the opening and 3 p. m. prices
of the New York stock market to-day, as reported
by^i^clal^wire to H. H. Dooge, s? 15th street:
A ante. | O. | 2:47 j Same. O. "2:17.
Can. Pa<5.. 1 37V.1 37 v j. cent 32\. 33s*
*an; ^>U ?V ?Ji V Y. Cent 87? 87?
cent. Pac. .. 88 27 * N.Y.C.& SLL.. 4#....!
& j Do. Href 7 !
pnT- ?'? Nor.?\VesL p. 90
' <- !?" t7 Pref- - 5 North Par. 15v' 157*
cc'cii"" iSs,ill8>4i I,0-P?* "K"1. ^
f.'?i jt?1"!1 *: i Northwest W?s,
Col. ?oal?19 9 ! Do. pref 125 128
J?eV J.V,? ST4 7,Hi.Ohio & Miss.... j i?\ itis,
J! ^ * Ml '* * >regon Trans.. 11 \ 127,
? "Yout. & West... 10V 10*.
.n-^ 0a- 3'? 3'? Pac, Mail 54 M'?
K ?\.<fcGa.p. 5 ivo. D. & E..... 1*2', 13
Ae"?. HYKe?dlng 15^ 16V
Da fcis...;.. 6d?i 521, Ko-k Isi losi,- it**
III. Cent. 1 ?'4 va^ noch. ^ p 1 .....
?' ?' 13 'St. Paul I 71;', 71 \
LakeK & \v.. 11,v l?o. pref 102 K. 103^
Lake Shore..:. *61i*$ ?i\, st.P. x omaha. 25 "J 83
i^u-& N'ASh... 23>j 2.3)4 Do. pref. 85\, 86V
? ? lnt" ! ? 57 StP., M. & M... 82V.1 84
>1.K..& r. 14?* 14*4 Texas Pac 12 12V
Minn. A St, L.. 10<^ Union Pac 49v' 49>,
? 1>*>. pref 26 Wab. Pac 4 '
V. . 2C. i ,J41? DO. ITet 12V
J oft'i'Olilo;,, 7 West. Union...] 88*, 59'4
Nash.& Chat.. I 34, I j
Haltimore llarket?.
.1 Feburary 2.?Virginia sires, conso'laateu.
4. p&st-du? coupons, 35; new ten-forties, 32;
ao. new threes, 52\; North Carolina sixes, old, L08\i
bill to-day.
io*''MORE. Md., February 2?Cotton quiet?mid- !
oimy* 11. riuur steady and quiet?How ard stree t and
westsru snper. Z75a3.15; th>. extra. 3 25a3.75; do. ;
tninily, 4.(?Uo.fK>; oily millH sup r. 2.75 ?3 15; do .-xtra, 1
o .'oa,! i5; <lo. Kit> brands 4.75; l'atapwo familv, ft 5:i
do. Biiprrlatirc patent, 5.75. \Vh<a!? >outlitrn steady, '
w.tn active Uemand; western lower, south- rn r. < 1 !)la:-6
do. amlxr. <J7a98; No. 1 Maryland. ICt'. iiWV. *Ko i
weHt. ni wn.ter red. epot, Hrt'vaW; fr-nh February.s8\
bid; Mtrelu 8.>Va90; April. 91\ai/lv,; May. >.?3a94'?
< ofliar^airitiCf-J.fiiiBniiiiiJy#?nly . westprii t'a ier uud i
quiet; soutl.e n wi.ile, 51a.V?; do. yellow. 53*56 WcstV-l
Pot. 51a..l?v; February. 4s ,,4* -; Mon-h.
> < -i 1 a; May. 4Ha4s>V: steamer. 49 bid. < ipii.-t and
st' aily-suiLtlnxU 3ja;is: western white,a7a:t8; do mixed
..4a.i0'; Pertftsylvanla. 31^7. l:>. -t-mlv. 74 77 Hay
lr''r"IIU to choice j enusylvaiiia and Maryland I4.U0
?V'rA ' l r,1Y^ioli? steady and qui-t. Mess pork. ohi. 1
l.i .jtt; new, 117->. linlk meat.-?shoulders and clear
nb sidej acked. tiTK. Hacon?ahouldet*. GV; clear
nli s.d, >: 8.%. Hams. 12\a13. 1. rd retined. 8S,. J5nt;er
nrm western packed, 1 la'Jl; cream< ry, 22a.t3 Kwi.'s
lower. 25. l'etroleum <lul!?n fined, .fi'.-e doll
a:i i ban ly ste dv-Ui . ? inftH-a, ordinal j to lair.K>.a3!4.
hiil-rarsteadj A soft. I ; < ;ipr ii'lin d steady. l6'?al I.
>>l;i.-kj' si.1. on -1 I n iirh's lo I.iverpooi js-r
St" a;iiel' du.I- uiton. 7 3'2 i.: flour, l.s.Sd; irj-a.u, no;uiliaJly.
ju. lit ei .j't.-. .lour, 3,877 bushel*: wheat. 22/ 'J')
L. l ih, L'?F'i l%i"V '"tsileij; oats. 1.0X1 bushels,
hhi; !S;i,00 bushels, fcaits?waeat, 71(j OOJ
jbusilfis; corn, 1H1,u:?0 bushels.
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l,?r iijs' R'rc'sidi'iaS?i*lcrt
i:i U asliiiiiilon,
Th proprietor of the Arlington hotel, in th's city, ;
received a letter to-day from Private secretary
Lament, definitely engaging rooms at tliat hotel for |
th" l r'Sident-elect, his three sisters and brother, !
utid lor col. Lamoiit and lamlly. Tlie time Tor I heir j
arr val here is designated as .M r. li 2d, but it is i
tiiotigiii t iiey may corn'! a day or two sooner. <;ov.
Cleveland will g.?t ? Uih Arlington like any other
guest, and pay ids own bills.
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"fl'.'iIk Al>?nt the Cabinet.
M'llONAI.n, JONAS, OAKLAND AND BAYAKD.
. Indiana members in the House say they hare no
doubt or Senator McDonald's going Into the cabi- [
net. They say that everybody in the slate wants
hiin to Ik.' recognized by .Mr. Cleveland, and protest J
that the statement that Hendricks is opposed to I
him is without foundation in truth; that Hendricks, !
representing the sentiments of the people, could i
not oppose McDonald, and, moreover, would not j
desire to. since It lias become apparent that (Jarland
is to be the Attorney (;en"rul. they have given !
up ' be idea oi McDonald's be;n^ plae -d In t h it po- !
sit ion, but say he will go into the cabinet some- :
where?most likeiy in the Interior department.
Members say to-day that they believe Jonas, !
<iariand and McDonald are certain to go Into t^ie
jcabitng, and that Bayard may If he desires. It is'
slated that the Irish sympathizers will make war
upon Mr. |{ ij ard and try to prevent his going into
the cabinet, on account of ids resolution in the
Senate concerning the Londou dynamite explosions.
It Is not thought, however, that anything
they can do will affect, him.
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deduct ion in tlie Public School Appropriation.
Tlie teachers in the public schools are considerably
disturbed al>out the reduction In the school ap- ,
proprlatlon mado by tlie House. The appropriation
for "lie current year was 1371.850 for 555 teachprs,at
an average salary of 5C70. For the next scIhkiI ,
year $401,200 for 590 was estimated for by tne school ,
board. The House reduced this estimate to $385,000,
, and the average salary to f;70. II is stated that
more schools and teachers are needed in the District,
and this reduction will make any increase
Impossible.
Capitol Topic*.
SENATOR BAYAKD CUR8KD AT FOR A KIND ACTION.
Senator Bayard was walking up Vermont avenue
yesterday at 2 o'clock and had reached Thomas
circle when lie saw a roan pony running away and
n colored b iy < basing It. 'I he Senator headed it
off. and, calling to ot::er passers-by, it was cornered
and caught. The bay, through whose carelevme.-?*
it was1 left untied, thereupon mounted the
pony and proceeded to l>?at it In a most cruel manner.
senator Bayard appealed to the negro to
tease beating the horse, whereupon the lellow
cursed and swore at the Senator in the most outrageous
manner. The kind action of Mr. llayard
brought him only abuse and Insult.
THE WAR ON THE RIVER AND IIARBOR BII.IMr.
uibson, of West Virginia, is making war on
the river and harbor bill on account of the clause
appropriating for the improvement of the Mississippi
river,which, he says, places the whole matter
In the hands of Mr. Eads, and makes the Secretary
of War ;uid the commission nothing more than
Secretaries to the engineer. He says that the bill
will probably lie defeated if Its supporters insist
Upon gi\ing Eads absolute control of the work.
CHAIRMAN MUTCHLKR EXPLAINS.
Mr. Mutchler, chairman or the House civil service
committee, says that If the friends of Tayler's
bill to prevent the discharge from public service of
any soldiers or sailors or their widows or children
without cause were not present at the meeting of j
the committee on Saturday, when the bill was adversely
reported, it was their own fault, as the
clerk sent them notices An Investigation as to
the reason lor Mr. Willard's not getting his notice
develops the ract that through some mistake on
the part of the post oilice employes or the hotel
clerk the notice was put in Mr. King's box instead
ill that of Mr. Millard. Mr. Mutchler will probablv
make a personal explanation in the House.
P. S.?Chairman Mutchler made his explanation
In the House this afternoon.
THE MILITIA OF TflB COUNTRY.
The Secretary of War to-day transmitted to Congress
a statement prepared by the adjutant general
of the army, showing the number of militia
men organized and unorganized In the different
states or the Union. The total number of commissioned
officers In the organized militia service Is
shown to be 7,311, while the non-commissioned
officers, privates, etc., number 83,979. The total
number of unorganized mllltla men (or men avalable
for mlUtary duty) Is 6,580,508. New York
ranks first in its number of organized mllltla men,
with "11,686 men; Pennsylvania second, with 8,380
men; Florida third, with 7,283 men, and Ohio
fourth, with 5,843 men. In Georgia, Mississippi,
Arkansas, Tennessee and Oregon there Is no organized
nxllitia service.
It is thought that the Swaltn court martial will
conclude its labors to-day, and will begin the trial 1
of CoL A. P. Morrow to-morrow.
Thh Public Debt Sta tement.?The debt state
ment, Issued to-day, shows the decrease of the
public debt daring the month of January to be 1
$9,420,046; decrease of debt since June 80, 1884.
$10,921,910; cash in the Treasury. $460,341,804; gold.
certificate's outstanding, $134.279,">J0; silver certlfl- '
cates outstanding, $141,196,701; certificates of depos.t,
$30,13'J,01X); refunding certificates, $253,000:
legal tenders, $34t>,6si,oi6; iractional currency ^not
Including amount eat mated as lost or destroyed). 1
$6,969,008. ________ 1
A Woman Admitted to the U. a Supreme i
Court Bar.?Mrs Laura De Force Gordon, of Call- 1
fornia, was admitted to the bar of the United States
Supreme Court, upon motion of Mr. A. G. ltlddle,
this afternoon. Mrs. Gordon Is the second woman i
allowed to practice before this court, the first being >
Mrs. Belva Lockwood, who has argued only one t
case here since her admission to the bar in March.
1879. ______
Suicide op a Naval Officer,?A cablegram has 1
been received at the Navy department from Rear ]
Admiral Davis, commanding the Asiatic squadron, ]
toted Woosung, China, Kebruary 1st. stating that !
Passed Assistant Engineer Geo. W. Sni der had i
committed suicide while insane. He was attached ?
to tho Palos, and was expected home shortly to be
examined for promotion, for although he had been
nominated ana confirmed as passed assistant sur- >
geon, he had not yet passed the necessary ex ami- i <
nation. I s
THB ft AVAL VOUCHER CASES.
THE TRIAL OF#. It. D?MPSEY BEGUN.
XO YERDIPT IX THE DREW CASE. '
When Jud?e Wylfe took his seat in the Criminal
Court, at to o'cliKJv, tblr, morning, the court mom
was well filled with the friends of Mr. .Tohn W.
Drew and Mr. Win. H. Dempsey, and omers interested
in thP nary vanh^r eases. Mr. Dempsey
sat with his counsel, Me&srs. Jere. Wilson, Oeorge
B. Corkhili and A. R Williams, at Ihe counsel table.
The Jury in the Drew case, which retlrrd at 10 I)
o'clock Saturday, remained still looked up in t he
Jury room, no word having been received from !
them indicating an agreement.
TUK CA&KS AOAtXSr PKM?"SBT AND XlKKWOOXk.
Tne district attorney announced that the cases |
Against Mr. Demjtstjr and K. c. Kirkwood, Indicted
with Mr. Carrtgan, wore set tor trial to-uay. Kirkwood,
he said, hftd been sent for, and lie believed
the van was then on Ha Way from the jail.
Tito court derided to wait a few minutes tor
Kirk wood's arrival.
About five minutes later Mr. Kirk wood entered
tbe court room.
Mr. Worththgton arose, and again announced his
readiness to take up the caUes.
Mr. Wilson made a motion to have the defend- ;
ants tried separately, lie s^ld that they apprehended
that there would be certain testimony Introduced
iu the case which would be applicable '
alone to Mr. Kirkwoo t, and uot to ?ir. Dempsey.
lie called attention to the fact, also, that evidence j
similar to that introduced In this case as to Kirk- 1
wood would be similar to that offered In other
c a > passed upon !>y the same panel. I e submit teu
mat such a Jury would tw ineomiwteut, au l
that tne Jury would not be unprejudiced.
MH. UKlirsiY'g AFFIt> AVIT ASKING A SKfARATK
TRIAL
Mr. Willi mis then read an affidavit by Mr. Dompsey
setting out in due form his Unlet tint Injustice
would be done him it he were tried Jointly with his j
co-defend int. ana his belief that a large p >rtiou of
the testimony to to offered by the government related
to entries made or t milted U) if mad"' bv !
Kirkwood as aclerK of the bureau or medicine and
surgery in the books of that bureau, a matter of
which the afllant has no knowledge, and could not
be held responsible. The affidavit also expressed
the be:lof of the :ifti int. that evidence wou.d I?o in
troduced as to the m venicnts of Daniel r.trrigan I
In Boston and New York In August, fsS-l. and of
transactions between the bureau with II. >. Wei
more, Luke K. Jones and others, withwnlcli the
tilli nt had noc mnet lion whatever. Mr. D nips, v
expressed ills conviction that h.s interests in ihj
c.is.' w<>uld be greatly injured by a J ilnt tri.il.
Mr. Williams sidd tills aflidavtl relate I to only a
portion of the evidence that had b?vn introduced!
against Mr. Demp^ey. Be thought that in Uiisi
cise, more than any other, one featur- would be ,
efforts on tlie part Che I mie 1 st u, > to iutro- j
duce testimony as to Mr. Kirkwood, winch win b>
intended, or will, as a nutter of iaet. prejudlc !
Mr. i> mpsey's iuiercsts, although he li id no connection
with the transactions referred to. Me referred
to the difficulty a Jar> wovjid have in < irrj -
lag in their minds the testlm iii\ applicable onlv 10
o:ie deiendant or tne other, speaking <>t Kirk- i
wood's case, Hr. Williams said mat kettovM a
further po >secutIon of Kirk wool would i-e pei-< -iiUon.
"I
Mr. \\ ortiiington said that he was surprls l at
the insight lniot the governmeal's c.:m- sliuwn Iij
t lils aflidavlt. 'I he government, lie said, h:.d no
Intention to offer evid -nee as t<> t it:- movement - <>!
t ai riiran in August, 1963, or as to aojr transactions
except that in which lae two ddeiidants were
Jointij implical d. lied! I noi, li .said, prop- - to
offer In evidenc an> voucher winch lia l l*.? us .1 ,
In the preCi ;'ing o.ts s. J|- su gesie l thai the 1
case of Kirkwood mlgUI be prejudiced the bet]
that some ot the Juror- on the panel h id sat in '
prevl iiiscuses :n wiilcli Kirkwood was interested. 1
So tar as be was coneetned. he w?s willing and'
offered to have a n ? Jury. As to the Wet more 1
transactions no evidence had y< t it mi p.?-sei:ted la j
regard tothein, and he expected ioallud t< Ihetu j
In these cases, but not to connect the de'cudatA
Dempsey with them.
TUK COURT OVKKKL'LES THE MOTION FOB s.KVF.KANCE.
.Judge Wylle snld this statement d s;> isel of m -t
of the re.isonson which the motioa was based, lie I
referred to the fact tint one defendant might be
convicted and the other ac*putted. It was the
duty of the ju y to d scrimin tie in the t stinionv. 1
The government ought not to be obliged to lodii-t i
every one separately, esnecl.illy where the < rbn" '
cb srged against on .- \v.?s iiotcomph te with -ut the '
action or tne other. He did not t hlnl; the conv ;< - '
tlon of one in a former case could rais a pr Judlee !
against another who had never !>* n tried, it Mr. j
D.-mpsey was innocent tnere would lx* id trouble
at, all in acquitting him. As Hh nature of the '
crime charged invo.v <1 the assistance of oiii is i ,
the view oi the court it was neavssary to try tliem
together. The court would endea\ if to keep out |
all evidence as to t he Independent act <>r on-. I
which might preju ilee the case of the other, so f ?r .
as it was possible to draw the ilne. He overruled ;
the motion for severance.
The court then directed that a jury be called and
the case proceed to tr al.
SCMM AUV OF THK CASKS.
The cases against Messrs. Ihnnpsey, Kirkwood
and Carrlgan are set out in six indictments, alleging
the presentation and payment of false
claims for lxtoks, medical Journals, hospital sin>pl;es
and surgical lustrumeuta an l apoliancea, io i
tie1 following amounts: January .'50. isn-j. ?-ir?. Sep- )
tember 2y iss-.', ?S!)l; January ?. is<l. #i.o:$?i.ao: Sep- 1
temb -r i. issi. September i, iss:}, r-.r.i.', an I
October '^0,lss-l.fl,j'JT.r?0, tnak l n g a total of ?!',V55.70. '
SEI.ECTIXO A Jt HV.
During the process of forming a Jury It was nec- >
Cssarj- to summon talesmen. Mr. O. K. Bullard was
excused, because he was over ti5. Mr. Kyneal was
excused on account or illness. In the course of the
examination of Mr. Kyneal he was asked whether
he was a lawyer, a doctor or a minister, and replied
in the negative.
He has no smaii vices, your honor," said Mr
Wilson.
Mr. Wm. II. Crosby, of the National hotel, was
accepted. When asked by tbe judge it he were .
minister of the gospel, he laughed and replied, "a :
good ways from it."
I thought," sal I the Jud^e smiling, "you looked
as though you nifght be a minister. '
Mr. Hubert o. Cdmonston was also accepted as a
talesman.
Mr. Joseph O. Carroll was excused because he
had formed a decided opinion generally as to the '
guilt of Kirkwood.
Messrs. Crulkshank ami Eaton of the regular
panel claimed that they had formed opinions . s to i
Kirkwo id's guiit, but not particularly as u> tlu.Vse
casi's. The court declined to excuse them.
During the examination of the Jurors the derenseobycieJ
to all those jurors who liad sat lii
iormer casesol similar character, but the objec
tlon was overruled.
The court, remarking upon 1 icso objections as to
the foundation of opinion, s;d(i: "i'lie truth is that
these objections to jurors?objections of l his character?arc
wondenully inagtiili-d I think, as a
general thing, a Juror who has formed and expressed
an opinion, alter he has taken the oath '
and heard the evidence. Is just as competent to
reach a correct conclusion as any other man.
"As to the general Influencvsarlsing from reports
and newspaper accounts," he continued, "is really j
very inucu overrated."
Mr. Samuel ltacon, summoned as talesman, was !
excused because he had lormed au op.nton. miI>- i
sequently the court excused also Juror Eaton, t
u;n">n re-examining him us to the character of the i
opinion he liad lormed. Mr. James McDermott
was accepted as a talesman. Mr. W. W. curtis
was excused from service as a talesman because
he Is one of the managers and treasurer of the
Industrial Home school, of Georgetown. Subsequ-ntly
Judge Wylle said, after consulting the
statute, that he thought he had done wrong In leiting
Mr. Curtis go; his impression was that tne
statute said "manager," but the statute, as a
matter of Tact, said "keeper"' ol a charitable iu=tl
tution. A recess was then taken.
TUK JURY COllrl.KTR.
After recess the Jury was completed, as follows:
Wiu. T. Payne, Enoch Moreland, James Kennedy, j
Addison Day, Wm Somervllle, Hichard Turner, :
Win. II. Crosby, ltobert O. Edmonston, John li. i
Kendall, Daniel P. Mealy, Andrew Ooddard, anu i
Henry 1>. Barr.
At two o'clock Mr. Coyle began the opening lor s
the government.
Mr. Coyle concluded about half-past two o'clock
and was followed by Mr. Wilson, lor the defense.
It'oiitiiintioiiM To-day*
The President sent the following nominations to
the. Senate to-day:
To be postmasters?Cornelius A. Field, at Hanover.
N. II.; Roswell Q. Pettlbone, at Ogd nsburg,
N". II.; Isaac S. Alden, at WaiTen, I'a.; t hrlstopher
C. Sheldon, at Athens jyhlo; c. K. Ingliam, at
Atton, Iowa.
Tbe Jury In the Drew Caw.
The Jury In the case of John W. Drew, who retired
about 12:30 o'clock Saturday, appeared to be
hopelessly divided at 2 o'clock to-day.
Fo Purchase Square 4Ob for a Pott
Office Site.
The Senate committee on public buildings and
grounds this afternoon directed a bill to be reported
for the purcLase ot square 406, Just west of
tho Post Office department building, for the erection
of a budding for City post office purpo&es, and
[>urt to be us d for i he general jiost office.
A BriT.nivo Site Purchased ?Mr. Smith M.
Weed, or riattsburg, N.Y., has purchased, through
B. H. Warner, of Hon. B.B. Smalley, the lot at the
northeast corner of 16ih and Madison stieets lor
fli.OOO. _
Land Office Promotions?The following promotions
have been made in the General Land office:?
liuane E. Fox, of Michigan, from $1,600 to $1,800;
Francis W. Clements, District of Columbia, from
fl,400 to $1,600; Charles A. Baricer, District of Coumbla,
from $1,200 to $1,400; Peter P. Bergevln, of
Mississippi, from $1,000 to *1,200; Mrs. Helen K.
iray, ot Nebraska, from $900 to $1,000.
Bakoi or thb Thkrhomrtkii.?The following ere
the readings at tbe office of the chief signal
>CQcer to-day: 8 a. m., 19.6; 7 a. hl, l?.S; u a. m.,
9.1;lp.m;MtT,
- - - s
MAHCIt TMK I 411 K I'll,
Prrparniiima fur ihr lunni|iir;iii?n.
OK*. MVt.KI.I.AV prCUNKS TO HI (?I|f M4KSIIAla,
At the meting of the *?>ueMl committee thla
evening at the Arlington hotel, the chairman. c*?L
Hcrret, will probably nnn ounce the <i<*-tta*tt<>apt
< u. Met Joiinn, vhowMetoi ted cuier marshal ot
"" lMU)fur?l prow?k>n. S'Wsl minm hm
tifw proposed to Ml the vacancy, ami tli< \ wait*
suggvsted (o the committor. .
TTIK sikkft naroitATioMi. . '
The executive committee will cousid -r the *maUtcr
of the decoration of the .struts at their nx>
'"T tO-UKIfTOW t'TMUnR. The H tilt Hint C
money, Jji.iv>. which ti Is |?n>j -- to ?-i
p.-nd f?>r tli's purpose, is ooaMdeod b*
some tiicnihersof thecoinmittrt- not to ts> -unictci
U> make a proper display. muic think tit At nth.'"
than have a tawdry .lisp!** h would lie t- t? r t
have nothing. I' Is smrgest-M that a- tit*- d rations
of tlu> t<u!ltttu?salong the route win u i.n>fuse,
that \rtU tv sutTlcient, ai.it an*(ling tun Iter
might Interfere with the view at the ?jv\ aiotx
CONTRI?VTIO*a.
The following sulwTlpthms to the Inauguration
fund were reced ed to-day by Mr. c. C. t..over, the
treasurer: .tames M. <in>cii. fer>: li. j M*carty,
f2v. i'. w. Johnson, till; Kpjw IUnk?, a. si. o.
Ileaver, f-r>; S. How Kiwoo.i, li ir.m, Mlolu.fr.- W.
|. llnlmnan, John T. L sinnn. ftrf*; and Henry
l/*e Snyder, $50.
* notks.
Senator Oorman. or Manlind, raited on Pr>Matvit
fleet Cleveland Saturday and o<n?iiltrd wiih
him in referencetoth?. rrnngement s mate t,>r m?
cer-niotiles of Inauguration. Senator ( i>nu.in)<<ft
for New \ i?rk tn the > -vi-nlng.
A sub cummttt enf the (Trie asaoci.it ions committee
Saturday night cmiiltleivd the ,ot.-sii n as
to what organization shoti.d receive the Tamilian*
ns-JOi-lathm The plan fa von si M.i, c. (t ,,,
at. II s.kOuld be received t>y tv|irrvn<<ut4vc<< ,.r
dlflcrcnt organizations of the Hisirict and then
turned over to the Jackson asanetation.
Ata meeting of tlie committ-eon rtr-w-urks ml
Mreel deemation, Saturday nlghi. the differ,.,,, ?
between them and the es.i utive commit b*- in re
laUon to uwanltng the colli r.ici to Mr. J. ?, ^,-hei,,s
i-ui n. dortuuo
con, iti-loii was n-aehed. Atter the ^-.-ain t,
mtttee witne?vsedaurNhit.itloo ,f illintut,it ;.?n t.r
calcium IIgUls, under the OlnKUJou ot >tp. L. mox.
The Ilawkeyc Club, of li. s MoIih-h, ha*.- an niced
Frurjted*XVUr^?n U"S al> U> MV * l, v'
I here will Ih^ a tneetlnir of the committee on
'?} <':trrl.i?v> :<t fioad(|Ui?ritTs i us vf^nlnc
lhe HornetN -.1 Kliletneii a cr.it k tutiii u .
R-.!tilznti..n or Charlotte, N V., ha. tn.t, ; ;i u>iy
\ote,l toatten.l thelu Mi^'irttlon. T1-- v.U! b'atV
i"0!'ipanled t?j tlie < harlot te ?'orri -t liat:d.
Mr. W. W. t'oP-oran. t!ie ch-drtnati cl the reception
eommtttee, win call a m-.-tm. (>r thu .
mlttee to meet at the Atlln^t .n on Weatn-iuevenlnsf.
The Pennsylvania r,,i]rr,..?| |invP sul?-/?rlb l f..r
l.mM h ill ticket s. W hich the> w ill p'.ai t >r s.,ic iu
11?? various cltl-'s alon? i lie p. ?d.
Schneider a. '-??tis ha\eoiTei-**?f to fnrntsh the win*
eal.ics ujHin which to susi nd the burnei-s Tim
lllimiiiiatiou comutlti.-o w Hi a.-c-ti: t in. offer if p ta
required.
< apt. Ceor^e pp-itlMrlli h is on. rol to fi;-nUh
tli'-c iitUiltt?-e with lurtdfsir.- ,'or - vcr? < t t ;c
coniinitt'-e roonts in 'lie IVi.si n ,.;.i . ?;i T
has l)ee? accepted.
I he terra --otvi tl iti^ f r the n>of of t!i Pen
Sl.-n I ft|e.-t> |j.;,n.T (Hit HI plat , II :t it i> i t ticht ir
t in part < t lie- uori. u : > pu- j n, p. j (i?|i|iv iha
p-epuratioil Of the e >!iiti||tt> . ,-nl,|.| [.
I^iedtl and made ready for the do* ration , j:;miinislrwt
in <" >?t^r. ?..
VTHvlLS KKMM Tllr] ^ C">1'KT.
Mr. I'uuh, fr..m the senile Ji.J.c: ry c nim.tt.-rt,
to -?lav re;> iitetl I v. rihly I ?ifce Sfiurtc th? M'-nvt
liill known ns the Po'and t. !? .1. t;.;,t nft
appeal or ? rlt oi error Hail her. 11 , r Ii al owed
I'om any judgment In it-- in ativ i?iiit a! 1 iw or
In etpiilv Iti the !?;- rl t vu hv mt ihpi ,,i in
s'ipie!uc court <-t any t-111; t:y. 11;, e > ti., 1 . iti,.r
III <IHi'it<>, exclusive ?.| .-.Ms -It III e\,t > "... ,,,Mt
of jr.,tmo. but th t this Mi lnn s'lali 11 ! applv t ?
any ci>e wh-vein Involved th \aiidttv
of anvpatent or< p\ l-ht.or whi 1 lrr.tt\c. thtpies
I >n ot the v.til 1.1. ,.f .1 tn*at v 1 r s' ,t i,- vr or
an authority exerelv .i un ler the i*iiU--l si.ii.'.s, la
all such ca>es an appal or wnt of error ma v lie
hroii.ht without regard Mtlie sun In (tl?|iiitf >ir.
Knoeh Totten, as a cotnnnitee of th - lilstri.-t i>?r
as><', :atIon, opposed the t>iil t> -r >re the |u hclarr
commit tee, on the -an-l thu It would d priva
most or the suiiovs I eforc tue Iii-arl -t supn-.ne
t , ||;1 or apjMMi. lie submitted a certlii--.it.-n>un
t'lerk Meljfs of lhe court, showing that
tor the ten years from *istt to i?s4<
the total mtnilier or common law jud^mertH
f-nd-'red i>y the<-ouit was K'.op;, or which ..7.'> n.i
Involved f.\(Kio or upward; all th'- r.->- i n,.|v. ,| i. vl
than fr..ooi>. Mr. John s-ott, chief f.nju- I i he
i'eansy i\ anla railroid co ap iny. al>- > o:? > >> ; t|?o
billon the ground th it It mtvhi HU'-ttt r* with or
prevent api>eals In ea> -s in whi: h th t > , itit?a
Is Sntere-tcdln th- lUstild, not cax-s h---a,,!, involving
damages or m ney, l.ut lit .- - Involving
questions of the authority of the c ?i: j -my to do
certain things. N awlUistau Uiig tin-, th bill w.ta
favorably reported.
KXKMITION FKOM TAXRR.
Mr. Atkinson Introduced a t?!ll 111 the House today
to exempt the Young Men's 1 hrtsil n Assoeiation
property In the IHstrlct or Columbia from
taxati >n.
ntSTRlCT nil.I* Kl"PO!:TFt? IS THF srs \TF..
In the Senate to-day Mr. Vance, as directed tiy
tho IHstrlct Committer list i"ri lay, repiirt1 d h.ck
favorablir the House bill regulating the practice of
dentistry in the liistrlct, and also the House lull
P>r th'- promotion 01 anatomical science and to pit<veut
the d?*s?-cration of graves. Tie* latter hill
makes provision f >r the turning over <>f n.-iin
tMKhes 10 miHttcnl colleges. ( Mislracts of boh lulls
were prlntec In Saturday's StaicJ
?
Too Mn.n a I*cmsiimkvt fok th?: Burnt?Wm.
H. Alexander, a ctiion-il in th. who ha- Im-.i, b tonn
Judge suell a nuini eroi times tor li:d>T?-iit ?\jios
ure, was again in the diH-lc this moriilt.g to >nsw?T
to two similar charge*. Minnie liennts, co|i?n?d,
and sevf-r.il sma i s. li ?.| guts t-st ti .1 as to his
disgusting conduct, and he was v.tven the full extent
of the Jaw?$5 or nln?M . da>s- tor theolfetisn
in the county, and fHHi or ninety itavs t??r tie- ofMnlt
the eUf. 'Ill- law .-houal l?-..tnd to
make the jienalty heavier.
Mr. James Idgniy, 01 No. 2"0 Maine avenue,
southwest, tlied suddenly thi. morniug, aliout 7
o'clock, ot hi mon hage 01 t he lung*.
WnUN THU Mcoors StrKFACKS OI TH" PKONCIIIA
are sore or inflamed. Dr. JayncV hvit-. tuaiit will
airord prompt reik*f. l-'or lire iking up a cold, or
subduing a cough, you w.ll ttnd in it ac rs.tla
remedy.
>1
WPKLAN*D-P\XNISTKI: 0:1 Jann trv 24th. 188V
Ity It* v l>r. IIh r. WIIJXWI W. ?'->I KI AM? an I
SUS1K C 11AN SlSTKIi, l?otu of tli:? city. Nu c.tida. *
-
i?n:n.
COX On Januarv 10. ISs.",. mi -n?h >rl W
(X?X, th-?rl>- U-liiv <1 li.i>bund ot i i.iiiih 1^ l' *\.
His iuis r.tl t. -ili place troiu hit la:," r.-i 1 nee. will
tl.'h st:i-?-t i.er'hw -I. oj> Moa lty, I2tli I j>r,? I'-.l
to St. I'llri liVChu eh wit the t u 1 r.<; - \-i c?
held, and tlirt e,-1 Meant r>:iv.-t. [ X. ,1 Vo.-? ?ity. s-an
Fr.im iw.i a:;,l city pip 1 . pleaao c<>|iy. ]
D1USFY. ??nM inl v. K.-bruiry I. 1 Jij, a! C a iu,.
JAMFSDiUNtl.tK I . >rt\ tw \ .- <
Fntu-ml will t.ikt |'.u. t ot.i hi f.,t t.-r's r. le-ien.
No. 452 Main- i\ -Hue h xilbw -i ? ! \\,,lu - 1. . I'.l?rnary
4th, at 10 a. in.. a-:d t!i-n t s I in:.-'*
t Lurch. Friends an ' relative* nr invi I t >:d 2*
KOl.HLK.ii. Ou S:t'iii.l iy. J:.ini;i! \ ,I - i. .it S IS
p. ni .after a short illnt?i. HiNATll'S ii.. . >t.i - .n of
Martha and tiiv late (it j'r .vuchier, ;^r, I it, j. ,i - and
C mouths.
Funeral will take plai'ti frotq liin Int n -id.-noft. No.
:H);, (? .-.tr.-vt northH-xt, "ii \V,-.ln--d iv. * .rimry 4th,
at H :t'l a. 11^, trolil 1 ii -lie'- t o St. -1 -ei?li - , 1.. 11, vili re
rtsiuiui inuits will In- li'-l.l f.r Hit- i-.-i s. 1 lis s. ut
}{4-.'ative.s and frieuda arc- rmixi-ifulU inviU-d t > attend.
-Jt*
WaLT.ACE. On Saturday, the la?t day of January.
IS \ W 11.1.1 AM H. V'AI.l. Cl ' ? ,1 tv 1) j -jrt
ali-l siv nioi.tlis, l? l..v,d k-,ti ol M rtlia Walla.c ami Hih
liusliai d of Serua Kiseo, trout Alil'?i'<? i?.
May lie rest in pi-ace.
Tlie'ftuiei-al will tal..- |,|ae>> 1 ii'talty evtli'np-. III ,,f
Fchriur>. at St. Auirustim Vcliiuvli, at 2 | .111. J ri'-n,U
an-r.*i?-cif illi invit.-,! to attend.
WBSF.R. Kundav, i'ehrnarv 1st, ISH">. ?i f in c'eloek
a. tn., Mrs. I'H-KI.A M I S|!l(, m .th r 1! >'rs Vmina
St-hrrpk-r, Mr*. Heller. M-v. J ' tills ai 1 ii.timel
at.d hdward Went, m the eighty KViiith j.-at 1,1 li,r
a??.
"Wc only know that thou hn?t ne.
And that tli.-sain,- r. iuric tid?
Which ln.re th -. fit.tn us sti.: vli i -s on.
And we, who mourn ihee. with itirllde."
Tba funeral will take place on Vi.stnoday, th>- 4th. at
Ht'iO *. m., trout th<- roaidciv-e of her tluiiL-ht. . N,? 320
14tn sln-et fc >uthv* ,*t. ia-lativ, k t ntlIn. ndr- art invi U
to attend.
\Vt)'?DAI{D. On Raturday, January Ml, 1at 12 p.
n?.. THclLAS thOOIlAUD, in Uw muctti j.-;;rcj hi*
ure.
Fnnenil will take plac" on Tu,?day. Febrvi ry rd. at
2:30p. !.. fftm the r< a >1< Uc? of lil? iiiec -. J,.<> j h!u?
Plieuix. ISil corner Monroe and l>'-iil?iion ttiii K.
Friends of the laniily invited to attend.
UNDKKTAKKKS.
M. UUTE1J.U,
FURMSHINQ UNLlEUTAKEU,
No?. 912 Pennsylvania avenue northwest and 7.if. Hh
street southeast. Telephone call No. 8> I. d2-Cui
W. lJAl.KUt,
UNDEBTAKEU AND PRACTICAL F.MUAI VKR.
612 11th atreot uorthwoat
Telephone call 747-4. oc24
EMOVAL.?JAM.1--S Bhl.l.KW. INfiKKIAkKH,
lima reujuv?d his warero m an.I reaitUnioe to ?outh?st
corner of G street an I New Jer -e>- av.*u lie n. w.
Euro|iean passafre and draft bus-,ne?N eont nued. toll
ILUill HHNDbtJt.
rCKNIHUINO UNDEBTAKE&
Telephone cnnertl .n.
102? 7th atmet northwest, n?ar I. nki
JOHJTBT WKIUIIT.
Ckukktaku A*n fcnuAi DncoToa
1337 10th atroet northwest
Telephoao eaU-TW. dia

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