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K?:xt ? HIIMMIfD ROOMS. W!TH OR ? ith. Ill la?r>|, >1 | V?:i-> P uney lvalue *v.? nW ?l t^OKREST 1; ?*_?; N v? . HI IT K OF SlCELY FIR. aiahad W?mih. wilh- 'il N>?pl ?. uthera **ioaure "?"?mill ttoty prime family of adulta. eutfnitrnl t? I * b ?l. fmrn. Ilnaul botue for two wmim ?2l>.8t* 1.H'* N1.M1 nr.' m s w. atMMoiiLifur. i hI..-I I .nor uh! ? ' n>-tn?. aui table for *.*tl*tor, M. t'.two ?V.ilrmm ?r ?*tlU*ii.an Mid wife; boat. ***. n*'h. m.,1 ui?iKtu<*. ml lm ?."?OR R? *l mi I *T T "W.. A HASIKtM. I miw ..f i > ai? flr*t ???or. In lb* beat 1 cation In > It*, mi Vrlinaioe H< vl and l?~t'*rtii>*uv?. >t | i,lt,d_ rr.it rent Aim . u ;KM C it. may be found .-levant Wk MMt' Dol RFST -REAR CHAMBF.RLAIN 8, CHOICE r r > m? ?it.*l? or ?n auite. aouth wiudow*. h. r Ilea i<m? Ih?- ilu>>r imr rv> lit >sltablf for uflue. vituur ?1th. ui hoard. 1013 5lh at. a!M-lm 1.XIR R?ST-ELIUASTLY H RRIHHFD ROOMS, en ami' >T whit*. with private family; delightful aitou. Il? I * 14tn *?. nw., half equare from Fraak lia Far* IHarvuc-a aaehaagad. ol'J-Bw* ? tal.NT ? J* Fl RN1SHF.D ROOM*. FN H' lit UKUUiy with l?n?aia t?tb. at SIS 13th al n.*. n'JS-laf ? i.* REST-HANDSOMELY FURSI8HED PAR K ? r*. ?u -?t? or aiucto; al?>. p.eaaant hail rootua. ...itoM* ? ?r ?e. tlea.-n. with of wfthoat board:at 800 llifc?t n w IU>f^nr<i| riihaiitfmi oli-Tw* I*t?R R?NT ll> Ii iWA CIRCLE. TWO FUKSIAHRD n w?ir> ?n!r^i|nuinnlratigf,l?inr one aide i4 th* I,a. I ? lajli'alM* boaar. iu?>d. m n, turner* ka*t or open ?r? I i-*ire.|. rvatlrnieu preferred. refareur.? ra .1 Hired. a i- 4 w ? l^'K RERT-703 10TH ST.. A HASDHOMELY I tiirnianad I*ar|..r and Htilmnn, n >uilr lar-win U w trout u*wly papered thro'nrbuut. bathroom *d . ii,ma alao. .4i* deaiiable ainale Bourn. n2tt-8t* t^'K RFST W24 14TH ST., LAKOF HASD R ?'?ely furaaOird ).?>nia,ni auite and anuria. pri ?ate tay e if deeir>-d. Firwt < laa* Tabia Hoard ami Maala ?*???? r>J a I'biladal ^ bia lady. nUR-et* [.'OK REXT-rVR^IKHBD ROOMS, SINOl-F. OR R ati amte, roDrni rnt to cara. irrata Br* if daairad; rwtaranc* ?it?u and mjuirwk 1117 17tli at. d. w. ae*?-10w*_ F'OK RRXT-ail I3TH NT. II. W.. CORYENIRMT ?" ln'ttk ??lr famlabad aulta of Ruonia. with T*** *rr- Ala... una ?inula rooiu. aiutaMa tor a ttaua wr. d'Uibar jr ih?r? arvn thiua tr-t-rlaaa. 1*0-81* L'OR RRRT- 1V1W M ST. R.W? I %6 rUKRlMUED r twoia aMini'l (?* furnar* heat aad (nto ttraas ?tauaa and farauuiv u^w . mo board and no rhthlra; ? all altar A p m. a'M- lw* tj*OR REST TW1 > FORRTsHED~FR<>NT RUUM& wlth>ixd board prt?at? laiuilr. uo chil'lma. saw naar 14tfe-?l i-anand l.'ith ?t. bardirta. r?f?r ?ne*?airbaa?ad 1410 y at. a^l-'Jw* LX-ta RENT-TO BERATUka Oil MEMBERH. I lidhdauma Ai*rti iaata. Brat and aerouii fljura; n.?aj? aarvad iirlaatal/ If daairad. ntrk tlj privata fan '?l? b* i i ? ! ?iu um aW-li I^OR KEN T-M. C.-H A!?D OTHERS. R^ t>nr uruitad liat of Hooraa for Raul Dow mdr. Cot>taa fraa QpuQ applk aUuii l> O PROCTOR k SO*. R?ai Latata and Iuitiraaca, nfMia IS!?F.l.B?1_ J'OK RERT-MM1ATH HT. NEAR ARLISOTOR Uotab baniiauui^lji furulab^il roonia. *n auita or ?m?la, with bi*rd, appol'itmrnta flral-claaa. tabla U*rten> bantt-a |?aa iba Joor. refrraucaa. u'.'9-5w' I," K KENT ? Fl'HXlMUED. EIJCUANT BUoMsT I ?tnfftwnr riiaaila, in privata family, baf-wiadowa ivl >vaQ yrataa in avery ro?mi. mraar bouaa, aaw: - itli aod raat front, referrutaa repaired. 1101 K ?t u w ol6-7w* R^OK RENT-A lUilDBOHl ICTTI OF BOOMS; r Ualn-.ui and jar It . hathnwm and cluaat on aauie n <>r alao ot>iar rouma aiuala or an unit* . 1 11 ll and !.:l?l.t ow.ufp Fiauilin Park. n'.^-'-'w" BANT- NI ELK ri'RRISUED. ~IJOH IED I ai d baatad Dot tti. PAKLobs. 1Ki3<'> ft., raitahla t r V. <: ???.. UA< K PAKI^IK laioiia). r-'O. MEt'oNu l.'?Jk in It. agunrt\ Ala. uood locality tn ly 117 ??h at u a. t'U l .'f KENT ?">0 14TH ST. S W.. BEAI T1H I.LY ; .mi?bad Room*. *a <uita or aiucla. private liatba, ? itb or withvat board. nlf-lHt* |>><l REST - l.i.11 H ST. R.W? ATTRACTIVE I wini aod tRini-atory front roonia, both larva and ?u>ali. ai ntbars ampoanra. rood board iu bouaa at mod rraia prma. Lt)l RERT-730 WTH. OORRRR B ATJI W.. FUR I uiaM Parlor and t.ai?liW;oaitr*l location. ron 'i???t to all Hnat car II laa Rataraccaa raqairad. Apolj o??r Bia bop'* Dru? Mora. nav-lm RSor KFNT?A FEW YtRY DCRULABLr ROOM'S V a ith or wltboat ?aala. at tha Cuabim H. of, 407 and 4.1' at. n.w. a21-2w fX)R RENT-TWtJ I im RmYmiauUED Rionia. ,'d floor aaw Madam hooaa. privata fam ily . avaoua can aad bardira within half a aquara ! nna f 15 and A10 r?lhti*da?. S17 3d it. ..a Bltt-llt* L")* REST?A14 FITTREHTH AT. 5.W.. OPPO r ?lia Chambarlln'a? landa. maly Pnrniahrd R.?.ma ? ? Brat and aarond floor* aontherii rtpoaara, irrata and furnaoa baat, privata bath, Ac. Tabla Board. nlT-lm t^oK bEST ? rr.'H 4 it AT. R. W. LARUE AIRY parlor and bad rnou.. naw and handai.iiia fnnuture. anitaaia for M. C. alao. tare nlca rooina ou uppar Boor all mod. in p . oppuaita new law boildluir Tabto board if daairau. n.Vltu* FOR SALE?HOUSES^ X>K SALR?HOCSR:!. 1!?1. 1083 Linden at. I?v? mmmmm wmwa i '?-?l-.* to 2130 E at ! n.w. tlr A:?.000 aw .bLlL.4ra. LTi.OOO 2100 Vt. are. o.w., b b.. 1311 D at. a. w.. f KV fir 3.000 lira..., ..1,300 L 3aodo duow'a allay HJjJal ?t.n.w.hli, , a. w? f. h., 4r lOOO "?r? 4.400 l'.'ie. l J-.-J Madlaoo, t> n -sua at n. w.. bth.. : m.LI b irtOO ST? 4,700 451.453 Rlclirr at n.w.. *14 -' I at n. w.. b. h., fJi, 5r J.500 Mra 4.U00 110H 20th at. u w .l h., 40."> to 411 Baar a al- ' 3? i.000 lay B.W.. b b.. 4ra .4.000 1816 lSth at n.w . f. 4 ui 'jo 441 Prath?r*a h.. ira. 2.000 allay a. w 4.500 424. 426 O at alley 2144 1 at b. w.. U h.. I.*. Lk.4n..,...U00 I Wra? 4?*i00 112 E a.?.. f b .6r l.HOO :U-A to 33:14 P at.. f t d2 Myrtle at B.a, b-b.. "?r 4.000 7r L^OO 710 g at u w_ b. h.. 1414 Mamaon ?t. n.w., rtra 3,-iOO l.h. lira.. 1.700 l.*H>3 MartoO al n.w? |0ie. 018 Marion aUry kk, 7ra. a^00 Iw.l.L 4r 1.600 34O0 R at B.W., Ub., 7 B U at B.w . th.. at 1,500 ra iM00 244K) to JS404 Oolom 1NO-4 and 1M>4 L at , bia at B.w? f.h 1.500 B.W., Uk. 4ra .1,000 2:l?> 2d at a.a.. CR.trl^OO lrU4 1(1-44 4tkata w_ W20 Nth at a. a., f. b., b. h.. ?............ 3.000 . r.................... L*)00 l?l. 133 Ptana at?w.. 412 3d at. a. a., t h.. fh..6r 3.000 2r 1,000 Thm aNraa la only a portion of ttta prorarty on lay hooka For full llat oaL at ollkr" for btuletin laauad on tha 1M aad 15th. THO& R WAOOAMAR. <12 Km RALK-A TERY TALUARLi OORXER Ktel prupartr, on launayWania are. n.w Lot ion taina 4^3oV K|. H. Prtra ouiy $25,000, aery cheap. B.H WARMER It CoT d3-3t W1H F at. B.W. IJW>R SALE miME HANDSOME ATONE FROST , dwaiUnnon R at. near Connecticut ira Three atonea an J c?Lar. aaary mudarn convenience and LuMlied hab'tn'iu-ly tbromrbout. Bamraiiia. Only 41*^O0 aud I13.UUU. LonaTlme will he aiaan. B.H. WARNER A CO.. dt-3t bl0 F at n.w. 1" JHJR HALE -AT I IR.ST CORT. A RRW BAV WIN di'W brick. 7 ruouia and bath. cabinet wan lira, < loaata in every room. T at., next to the. ornar of 12th at . em R31 per mouth, only A3>00. DAVID D. hTO.1i; HO? F at B.W. d2 3t RNOR 8ALB-A HANTHMjMZ FRAME HOUSE, 1 n>ar t. luialuaroad. within twelve minute*' walk of ilia boundary. 10 rooaa, bath, with hot android water; gantry, jinra .abar and attic, compiataly aad ? wftatly It tad Intenodly, term* raaaoaablc. Addreaa i-.^tar oft.*. alth-*,tuHt* I?OA 8 \LR OR REST?aorSK, WITH 12 ROOMS, two aaaaraa from th - Capitol, all modern improve l-.eula. :llu A at B.e.. anil rant c heap to rood tenant, "f?il oa very *a*y term*. Inqaiia from OWNER, 4*1 Pennsylvania ave., op ataira. dl-3t L?ll t* ALE? 150'i Q ST. R.W.; PIUS VRRY k MODEKATE. contaiBa a.evan mo ma. flnlahed In l^mral woo>l heated by furnace alao r U 'I eU*Bt I Jl-3t ?l heated by furnace alao omi Ara-plarea. lrep*u w 1". MAS I AS OFFER. ATE1GEB A LIEBEHMA.NS. 1303 Fat 1^'K SALA-AT A AACtalFICE, Ml M 8T. S.W~ ONLY ?ll.ouu IF ROCttHT SOW; thtrtaea ruuit, haihi. pantnoa. Me.. h?Tud by o?wb Ara-piacaa. newly p*p*r*d tAroagWet and la a.-M rapair. lot U 24 feat 2 inclua front bj 120 feet to aUey . t Wo- mi J brick atabia in rear. BTE1UEH A LIEBEbMtNN. llto.i Pat ITSt T.'HJR SALE?TWO BRICK liOCRER?RRW?FOtTR R roiaua, ature-rouai. bath, cellar, and km. lota k .?m* Un ft fictnack oi'cuptad by aoudtanauu S-SiEl rSt.-r,So2S'i:!E!"rf.Tf. ' L'XJR MALA? F' >k 4-i. KX), NEW W-HOOM HE.1I r LANCE. 3 KOOMb DEkP. well located, Bortn ?**t, ooaveBlent to car* aud beldica. STEIOER R I IKltRRMASS. l.M?3 Fat. B30-3t 1,+jH BALK-lUOH 11 TH 8T. R.W.. THRKE-BTORY a-id haaataeni llnrk DweUlna. elevaa roonia all II. al Uupa . ftaai oailar. back ) art and pitUtc allay. pirafW.OOU. For parri. ntar* call after 4 p.tu. W H. OiiliLk. 10o? 11th *4. ?w. B ?a-M* ? <UR saLE- VKKMOMT AYt, RRAR McPHAJUMJS I Niina-A haailw ma rea.dence. containiiiK about ?1 every ?x.jvaB^-n.e ?iii i? sold at a 1 to aa immediate ] " TMutt JL FUtHr.it A CO.. ? 1.124 V at. B.w. JXiH "f w?a VXRY ELKO AST 14-ROOM BRICK r-M Wia.*. on Vtaah.iartoa tlrrla, cor. 23d at. For ss&ft&rr' ^ - -woiuisTn^T?fc LX>R ?ALRr-FlR*T-CLA? OILT KDUR IS VEST J ttaata. IRa chaapaat aad beat tiouaaa .a tuia city, i??-ta***a. am a aa?wm atreet pa>-tB? twelve <12> l?i ? ?ot per raar A aaw row of bnck boiiaea, bay * unto wa, 6 roonia aad oaUar. aud every modern lm provament, with beautiful naa Bxtsraa. Iiaikbumaly i aprrad tkruefWat la O* lateat ladoa. and rented to N u-i.aute. Pooa AXAOO each; eaay tern.a. cad at h INkMlOWEA R MikU 1115 F It. u2ti lm LSJR sale?ORE OF THE HANDSOMEST AND ta.Uua city, brand *'* and iiuw ready fur laapacliuai. 151S Corcoran at A bargain to aa uu mdiile pwrehaaar For prtce and tera.a ail at LaSLAMvjWUt R HOX'S, 1U5 > at _aan-2w Fur sale-ore uf the reht baruains om S< aptwi Hiii, a aaw bajr window 7-rooai brick *?* wi.ar a-J every laufara improvement worth -*J0 pnoe rwdw edto R-CJ50 If eotai within a few ?auT Fine dwelling 15 ngaa all m. L near tlMUit * R'17. IBM) >ew liafcay brick iw?ilinir.'i l rooina, all aid. mooo ***??" ?'-l Bad etabl%TaLa.w. B.OOO rni I bruk ; *Zlli*LZ ^ M>a ?tabi^ T ?tJL w. a dlTo^t' 2?- mi - 1 V. 2 ai.1 , 1Mb at. a.w_ ... ?o< T*Lkll a Al IM*.KF?KD, 1307 F eA aw ,40V OOO M.-S1B I m Saw brwk lo mmiR. All m 1 ? " cor 12lh?iMi* .l roo,M- ?" m A "ffjMO 1-th^a*!^1?*- ? '?-?M,"^lWl.. i72M fc2t?-?a- B*aI T^kiyouil. 1307 F at fwR balr-a awr dkmrarlrthrrr-btory and taaiiaaai b?c* awuaa ua A at a.w- bet 2d aiid aat%sitsJV7. "tot? l>a ttiM oa uir-ius ion ac. aaia Jr MamrA laitti tv4 a.w? h? Hn a itary 4vuhia .'stu* i-sa b'uSK-.^M.rra iv Ui-lB SR AA LE?A ~RARfi AIR - IMS V AK MO ST ATI w 24 (eat <iua< e? low* Otrcla 13 aaaM aad . aad. taaaa.. pat*. ?a* tea dayv?l4..^0 one_ *" *- ~~tR lnilaBf--* ~ I * Te.epnoueeall, 47R iai>-l* THoe. U. HK.NBEX. ES F at B-W. D\XUF.ROC? XENDKXCIE* charartenae that v*ry common complaint, catarrh. The foal iiiaturlroppiac from tb? bead Into Um bron chial tubas o? lumr*. mar brin* on bronchitis or con ?uui| tl. o. which nap* an Imn'ma harvaat of deaths annually. Hear.- the necessity of tfvlnff catarrh tin attention. Hood's Samaparilla rnm catarrli by purVylna sail at rx bitw tha blood, reatorinir and touiiur tha dlacaaed onrau*. Try the peculiar med'ema "Hood's 8:>r**parlUa etireti uie of catarrh, ??reneas of the bronchial luhe* and tamUa headache." R. GIB BUM), Hamilton. Ohio. . HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA Sold by ?U dnuwtat*. II: all for Prepared only by U L HOOD ft CO.. Apothecaries. Lowell. Maaa. 100 DOSES OKI DOLLAR. 6 FOR SAJLJfl-HOUaES. IJOR SALE ON MARI'lR KT.. SEVERAL SEW ? brick liouar*. 7 ronma. hath, cellar, all mod. imp*.; term* caa> ; jnce each. ? 4,3*>0. J W. If. MThhS ft M)S. MS V w York are. naO-6" U?OR SAI.E~S1.500?FOtJR (4) HEW, SEAT ARD r attractive frame Pwelliiurs. Noa. 272H-28-30 aid ?f. ? tb -t road (Briphtwood are.), opposite tbeSehaet Park; price $1..>00 each on eaay taruia; now uc cupied by *ood teuaiita at a 1J.&0 aaoutb Meb. J. U 1I MK AKA ft CO.. 220 7tb at. a.w. ol7-3in FOR SALE _ MISCELLANEOUS 1*)R SALE?FRARKLIR IRSURARCH STOCK. 1 Ehrht abarea at (41 each. P*ys 3 per cant, FRAN* H PKI/OL'ZE, SO Eellu?* Hulldlnc. 14167 at r,H>R HALE GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE. I dolnir a tfvxd business. Aiklreaa PROVISION, Htar ?fflce d2-3t? |?OR BALE-SQUARE PliTRtr~WifI~CARVED I. lea* for <3.? cash. On* larwe Unnn and atool. 12 ?top* 'newi. for SAO. 1742 S 7th at n w. d'J at* f|?OR SALE?4125 WILL BUT A STEIN WAT Sqnan* Piano witb nverst run* baaa, ebonlsed esse, carved leas, *tool and cover. 174'.'** 7th it. n.w. ilSSt* 1J*OR ?ALI _ YOl'NO HORSE,' SUITABLE FOR carnawe or buanrr. Cau ba aaan at OLCOT . H Htaul* 1 at. but. lath and 14th. .l-.'-at* Ii'OR SALE - SACRIFICE-WILL SILL HAND Mine Plnab Uulat cushion and aat and baniiker chief hoMei ? V MiU ?? BUU UHIIUBPr Jer and an fa pillow, all embroidered in ara. ilptuah; beautiful holiday present*. Addr *a M. Star office. d2-gt* FOR SALE -CHK.AP-GROCERyT CIGAR AND T<V Wlth ?**'*? ou R at.. near 9th n.w., fop onjy ? *,. If Ukan at once. HILL ft HILL, heal r*?ut#. Jsoun* tnd lu*arance, ft J3 9th it. n.w. d'i-.'lt* VOR SAI.f AT MATLOCK'S SIABLES, A" ? ... H-'o to 631 G at. 1 ha One Stallion of Monraii'a mare. *ired by Youn* Star. Youn* Siar by Ma^uoiia Maanolia by American Star: Ajuerican Htar i.y Cock of the Rock: lie hy nu rock.aiid he by itouip; Romp by iiiiported Mawienirer' lua dam waa by the race-burae llenry and irrand dam by Meaaenirer. &M For sale-violins-a si pfrior collEc tion of flne old InatruiKentN in perfect order, aome or small slae, specially adapted for la<li?V uh?. Can lie acen any eTeiiUi* after U at tiOH A at. n.e. na-'.Jni* I^OK SALE \ FINE 8VL AKE PIANO, STOOL, AND cover fur *-(HI. all iu perfect condition. AdJr?<a A. K. M.f >ur !!i ?? jl? I^IR SALE?FOR CASH A "FSYCHO" SAFETT Btrycle; latr^t style; aluu>st u*?w. in perfect r? l>?ur. KUarautcJ by iuAi>uiactur?r. Addr-m XX. HUr office. d'-J-'Jt* POR HALR-A HADULK HORSE. FOR PART1CU F lara atidreaa Dr. E. K. OOLDSBOROL'UH. 1.131 K street n.w. dl-.3t* L'OR SALE AN ENGLISH DOG CART. WITH M. seat for Broom. body,seats and snafts adjustable, so '"bare no bow luouon. in perfect order. Inquire ..f WO?JD HKU., m-jo M at n.w. di at* I^?R SALE-AN ORGAN SHAl'ltD FOLD I It U~BLD^ "t??i * parlor store, and child's walnut crib. Apply at 40o llaaaacbusetu aTe. n.w. dl-at* 1WR SALE-A FRIEND 1* VIUQIMA HAS three boraea- l.'-'OO, 1.B00 and l.SOO pound* no1 afraid of car* sound aud *entle, will deliver in city at UHL fnl' AMBLER MlfB, Attorney -ai-Law, <l.1? r at. n.w. dl-St* K?? SALE-iT BKSJ. ft. FIRR, 1283 F ST. N.~w: JL 1 "bare Columbia Investment Aaauclation stock. ?0 ahare* Braah*ara' Par or and Sleepiwr car- 13 ahyaaOarmtFa.X 20 ?b?rea Standard Uaa Machine and Portable Uaa Lamp. 10 ahare* Dynaniofrr*pb ttuC*- di-at* FOR SALS - A SEVKN-OCTAVE PIANO, WITH carredleifa. Raw York make, in good order, with IF**'/LIJJ11?2T*,''or*17o: W*mln- Iftsnlra at Ciaar Bot, WOO Pa. are. n.w. dl-3t IJH?" SALE?HIcS FAMILY HORSL WITH BtJOOT and barueaa If deairad, a barifaiii if sold this week. Apply at a tor* n. w. oor. 10th and G *ts. *.e. dl-3t* FI)R h^-KNCYCLOPEDIAS. JAMES PARToif tlie celebrated biitoiiio and blorrftpbsr.itjrs "that; in ymry hvuae where there is pUred a set of Applaton'a ! 11 ?like *endin* the whole family to col letre. Thia work, all the volume*, can Jae obtained at onceoo aia^l monthly payment* by Adreaainir Bo* l-!w. Htar olio*. dl-3m I^OB SALE- " The tollowin? Horse* just arrived and for sale at stable* of HOOD BROS.. 10^0 M at one pair Dapple Gray, three pair* Bay*, and three Dapple Gny. sinirle or coujie bones. The above are from 15J? to lti hands hurh . j to i year* of *se; aonnd and liaudaome n30-3f JOHN P. JOHNS. i^OR SALR-TRICYCLES-A fire tandem and a Victor Trwycla for sale at a irreatly reduced pricj. AU ireas K A. SMITH. Room 15, se > Chapel **.. Haw Maven. conn. n.ao-at* FOR MALE?STYLISH bat horseTsodhd and irentle. *l*n, bujory and Hameaa. Inquire 131S t orcoru *t n.w. n.a0-3t* For BALE-TWO magrificert S T I ITfF Pianos, nearly n*?; mmt be sold at a sacrifice for rilKTUJS-SJ? "? *? BBOWH ft CO^ 20th and H sis. n. w nao at FOR SALB-A VERT FINE COtTFLRTTE VERY little uaad al*o. Coupe and three Hansom Cab* and rtartieaa: only used tour montha. all In One or<lar aJS I^.r"? M OOWNE>'? 8tables, L at. between lttth and 1, tb *ta. H.W. u30-6t POB^AL^A GOOD SROOND-HAMD BROUGHAM X will be *oid at Thomas Dowlfur's auction room* on Sat unlay neit at la o'clock. n2?4? L'OR SALE-HEIRERAMP. steinway, BHAD bury I pntrbta?Ptano* SloO. same at store* $400. Hanmina wanud. Planoa twutrkt for caab. Lprwhta ' 1,.?1Ju*td ,or aquare*. Room 2?, St. Cloud Buildin*. I^OR j|ALI-NK w7~CLXA* LITE-PICE ED ?851 * eat her*, loc. a ivuod. the ba*t in the country for a :iuea7."? P)R SALR-A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF BEAU til ol solitaire and cluster diamond rinirs. lstest tioreltiea in mountitiir*. *i Slo and SIS irood value for j. JACOBS BKlTrVlERH, 1220 Pa ave. n-'fi-iat IJ?OR SALE?A FEW MORE SEXULKk it. BER^ *'?*>' by our celebrated Marko. Price. ? ACOB8 BROTHERS, iaa? Pa. aro. P)R8ALE-Nbw IS THE TIMR TO BUT CHEAP, ttrouirhama, Coupe Bockawaya, Coupaleta, Bu* ?'kofk*1 *c. ?t JAS. K. 1 ROBEY S, 1^.10 Aid at., Georgetown. Great Branch iSa>torr' ?tl1 ,t- an<' Tork ave., wuere . . fonntl ?nruu auiuhla for aU buainea* truck* and fanwy wacous Mpecially. n'ifi-lm Ii'OR SALE-AT A hACRIFlCR? Raaba Concert Graxd. Cbickenna Baby Gr&nd, Wabar Square Grand. and fifty other Pianos and Orsrans but *1i*htlv n?*?H that^most be sold at some price within the next thirty _n2tt-6t r. a SMITH. 1225 Pa. are. KSALE-CARRIAGES, BUGGIES. DAYTONsj and Cloae Carnages of all styles and inakera both wni< that have baeu in u*< and a. e alijrbtiy *t^rk *? *,#ct ,rom- Call and examine irt?P?C^T_ ln Lbeat*- **- r. GEtER, ?"* **? ?- w. o4-3m FHS^*G^ldiii^ih0aB1BI>8- BIRD FOOD AND A cacea. Gold itah. Aquanunia. and Fiah Fi>od. II ?? the citfw SCHMU?S Bird STORE. l?tn at, two door* aouui of Fa. ave. au23-4m* J? O R SALE. Beautiful Uprbrht aad Square PUn*. aim, bat little n*?d, will b* aokd at very low price* for caah or month ly payments to suit A MatrniOcient I'ptMt, only f.'oO. coat S400 A Fine S<|oare Graud. only r.'Oo, e^t ?oU0. oth^'jSaTi? ,U? ^ 10 ?" ^ Excbaurtnv a specialty. Highest value allowed for ,W ? l'Pri*htlk Term* THE PLA-NO exchange WAREROOMS. -ir*. _____ "tn it I^OKjtAIaK?ONE ELEQAM UPRIGHT 4 FEET ft inchee hitfh. extra carving, rei*estm^ touch, brilliant ?one, han.tsoiu*-ckni^rn, ornnr.ikicoet ss >00 The t^JTlh itTw11 **** ^ HUUCU t OOU ' 1 * o'JIMJm F^4 .ssL&ssSSF sa^ar fflteaarfiS, 5~vi'sssi UO? RALE?CHEAP?FIREhT LINER PAPEKft -3?u Caliyraph uitli e. 033 F st."i w. AT 1 'OHS M. VOL NG, 4TUand 4S1 C st n.w - ?6-3n? ... KEAR NA UONAL HofEL K'^l a^AsMnViisf 1,00J? ,VUNI>8 OF NORPA , acd aboat SOO pounds of Airate 1 ype. lately m use on Uu* paper. The far* ol bottioula u dnira^ bie, the> are la rood condition, and capable of excellent ?ervK-e for two of three lan ,.n a ?.?w of "Serate cirr illation. WU1 be *old cheap in bulk Addi^THP EVENING STAR NEHBpAplit CO, 'WmSXJ!L?D (120 BOAKDINft IjHJR RENT-A SUITE OF FURNISHED PARLORS ? u* BJ "oor. also tfuod family rooui* on "d floor afawubla tsmnUn^ounodaied^V K.t n.^ ' iSr S, tL can be accommodated. __ 1 1 ikO OTH ST. R. W, FLEASART ROOMS uoderUaT^ P**tr> ? apaciHlty, no childnu^tenua POARDING -VERJlT REASONABLE, GUARAR furni.bed mooia without board, heat. 17,08 SKSS2 ^jarSSSBtsssss^SS _ u^2-2w* FOH KENT?STOKER -A NEW STORE. LA HOE DRY CRL for FrovlMonaor anjtRlav alaa. at 1144 <U-:?t? w_ baby waa Uck. w* isv* h*r C^stcria. Wb* ?ha was a child, ah* citad for Caatori^ Wha> ah* b*i<auie M aa, *be clung to CHatorta. Wh*a aha had ChUdraa. - ,^-^un!, nihilist* snaraiicA. * Mlw BtoNm Xn?i of ikca ft M. Pittntarf, Bxm.r*, Dec. 2.?A dispatch to the Borrten courier from at. Petersburg h)i the polk* sur prised a nihilist rendezvous and factories tor tbe manufacture of dynamlie to the WasslU, Ofltlon, *nd Peskl quartern. Id one case there waa a des perate encounter, la which there waa aertoua bloodshed. TOTITO roift GlEnK RITCGMOR. fliart lint aMI rrwyeimelImrt on PrcllMiaarr Ballet. PIris, Dec. 2.?A number or the members of the two chambers held a session Id the Palais Boar boo this afternoon for the purpose ot balloting tor president preparatory to tbe election by the con gress at Vernal lies to-morrow. The first billot opened at 3:30 p. m. and cloaed at 4:3tt The result waa: M. Fiouquet, 101 votes; M. d>- Freyclnet, &i; M. Brlsson, SO; M. Sadl-car not. 49; M. Perry, 10; M. Failleres, 3; M. Grevy, 2. A second ballot was then taken. RUM f an Etplodlni Leeeawlin. I'omsviixK, Pa., Dec. 8.?The locomotive of * freight train on the Philadelphia and Heading Kaltroad exploded tula morning near Bast Mahaaoy Junction. Alexander Walker, the en gineer, was instantly killed, and the fireman and two brakemira so severely Injured that they died while being taken home. Tbe victims all lived at Tamaqua. A ThmmM Black Ml Firs. Hartford, coax., Dec. 2.?rire broke out at 1 o'clock mis afternoon in tbe Italian block on Mor gan street, and is still burning. Tbe block is occu pied by Italians, and has been densely populated. It is owned by Nick Polettl and valued at 125,000: insured ror $15,000. Tbe damage thus far Is about |T>,000^ and the fire la under control. A Ureal Mine Fire. THB SITUATION AT THE CALUMET AND BBC LA MINBS VBRV SERIOUS. Chicago, Dec. 2.?An Istipemlng, Mich., special says: ine situ itlon at the calumet and Heela mines la growing very serious. Carbonic acid gas and steam are now being sent down two shafts of the Calumet and two suafts oi the 11 fee la mines. Tbe size of Uie pipes earn ing tbe gas and steam nas been increased. Smoke is issuing from the crevices In me dirt at the mouth of tlie Calumet shafts. The mine authorities refuse to give the reported ihe lemperaturc at any of the shafts. Tbe situation Is so serious that there Is talk ot flooding the mine with water, but this will not be done until all other measures fall. The nate DM the Smuggling. London, Dec. 2.?The responsibility for the pres ence of concealed tobacco on the steamer Morica, from Antwerp for Boston, wulch vessel was de tained by the customs authorities at yueenstown, where she put in ror coal, has been flxed upon the mate, and he has been fined ?00 tor smuggling. The Aaktro^rrmaa Caamtrclal Treaty. Berlin, Dec. 2.?Germany and Austria have re newed tuelr commercial treaty for a period of six months, with tbe understanding that It shall , tacitly continue after 'hat time. Germany has partially abandoned her opposition to the Austrian export bounties on sugar and spirits. Strike of Carpet Workers. Palmrr, Maw., Dec. 2.?The operatives employed In the creeling department of the Palmer carpet Manufacturing Co. struck this morning lor an ad- , vance or 40 cents per day. The manufacturers declined to accept t he proposition. A Kentucky Town la Flame*. BAJtT BUSINESS BrlLDINOS DBSTBOTBD THIS MORN ING AT BMINKNCE. Locisvillb, Dec. 2.?News was received at 2:30 o'clock this morning of the partial destruction of Eminence, Ky., by lire. 'Ihe flames were still raging, about one-third of the business portion of the place being already consumed. Duncan's jewelry store,Miller's grocery,the town hall, Moody ? Proctor's drug store, Marr A Brew er's lumber and coal yard, O'Connell's buicner ; shop, and a large carriage fa itory were destroyed. Conpletlag the MesBmrnt UroBBdi. A PURCHASE OF PROrBRTY RECOMMENDED BY ASSES SOR riBU. Assessor Kos A Fish has sent to commissioner Ludlow a statement showing the number or square teet and assessed value ol ground and Improve ments In the three squares south of B street and west of 15th street southwest. He recommends that the United States Govern ment purchase this property In order to complete the Monument grounds, which could then become a magni'tlcent park, symmetrical in outline. He also recommends that Virginia avenue be extended through this park. Thla could be made possible were these squares purchased. He reports that the total number of square reel to be purchased is ">70,911, the assessed value or which is only 153,011. e A Murderer Hanged. Charleston, s. c? Dec. 2.?Jake Nlmens, col ored, was hanged at Mt. Pleasant, Berkley County, this morning, tor the murder ot Mike Plottkln at Holly Hill In February last. F1IUNCIAL AMD COMMEBCIAL. Mew York Mock market. The following are the opening ujd closing prices of the New York stock Market, as reported by special wire to Corson k Macartney, 1419 i street. Kmma CBaQ... Can. P*c Can. Pac t he*, iu Cousol. Gas... ?d.l. aw l>el. a tL Can. l>en. is. It. o. Do., pref Erie Hocking VaL. 111. Cent Ban. a Tex... Cake Shore... Lou. a Nasn.. Manhattan jso. rac Mich. cent... 1 V. Cant N. Y. k N. B.. C. A*an?? 75 41?. ib 42 127*127* N. J.Cent . '4S.B Nor. a W. pr. a.iu Northwest.... lioX'lII 71Vn -11 ? -22*B22*B < l*B , 1 \ Do., prei ... 40 J* -tut. Oregon Trans 20 .1 20* 22b 22b ttc. Mul 39-. 39* 60*%' hso. !>.&!?...' 1*0 1 *?o 1 ??*! ew't -.4-. Uicfa. ler "'rtl 110 illfl'. Iiock Island". 111 n1-? IK?. 94 60* 10O* . S9>, 18K 3S*i iii ' 5f*? -HI 113 1? m.rikQi 1 74*d 75^ Do., prer ... i|g?4 i u iniiv P- M 100*106 B ?u?aiv.. 25'. Hi) bDlOU fdti 88 Wabash !| 17 25* o7 17? 30'. 78* 108 ~ Ao* ;?V_We?L limou..1 7s.a WashlBgtoa Stock Exchange. The following changes from yesterday's quotations on the Washington Slock Lichan^e are noted to-day: 0. S. 4Vs 1891. coupons, 10?'? bid, 107* asked. 0. 8. 4s, coupons, 125 bid, 125* asked. D. C. Water Stocks, 7s, 1903, currency. 128 bid. V. C. 20 year fund, 5 p. c? 1899, currency, 112 bid. D C. 30-year fund, Os, 1902, coin, 122 bid. Wsshington and Ueorgetowu kailroad bonds, 222 bid. Columbia Kailroad stock, 42 bid. Washington Gas, 38 asked. National Metropolitan Insurance, 70 bid. 73H asked. Corcoran Insurance, ,V< bid. Columbia insurauc?-, 12S bid, 13* asked. Biggs Insurance, 7\ bid, 8* asked. Karuiers' and Me chanics' Bans, lieoivetowu, 158 bid. C. S. Elec tric Light, To* bid. D. C. Market stock. 7s, 1901, currency, 1 bid. Washington Market Co. 6s, 112 s bid. 110 asked. Washington tiaslight Co. bonds, 120\ bid, 122* asked. National Hank of the Kei'Ubac, 151* bid, 157 asked. Columbia National Bank. 107 bid. Franklin Insurance Co.. 42* asked. Baltimore Market*. BALTTMORK, Mb.. December 2<?Virginia sixes, cou^.iiiiutu. wuh coupon, 51; past due coupons, U2; new threes, U3: tea forties, .12* biu to-day. BALTIMOKE. Md., December 2.-Cotton higher and quiet?middling, 10*. Flour fairly active and firm -Howard street and western super, 2.37s 2.75; do.extra, 3.00a3.00: do. family,3.9.7a4.35. city nulls super,2.37a2.62; do. extra, :!.U0a3.02: do. Hio brands, -i 50a4.75; Patapsco superlative patent. 5.40; do. family, 5.05. Wheat?southern higher and tlrui; red. 87a81); amber, S8a90. western higher; Mo. 2 winter red, spot. 8.~>SsK5>?. December, 85*a8.~>7.; January, 87\s88; Pebruir), 89Sa?0*; May, 94* t\jrn?southern higher and strong; white anil vellow, 55a5tf; western higher and Arm; mixed, spot, 68 bid; year. o7 bid: January. 58Ss59*; February 5UMatlO. oats Arm. with upward tendency?southern and Penn sylvania, S2a33; western white, .I5a;ks; western mixed, U3a34. Kye Arm, ?(2a63. Hay easier and quiet? prime to choice western, 12.00a 14.50. Provisions n.'iu. with uioderste inquiry. Mess pork. 15.00. Bulk meat*?shoulders and clear rib siiIsb. packed. 7a8V Bacon?shoulders. 7**8h?; clear rib s.des, 9*; nams, 12al2V Lard-rehned, 8*. Butter Arm western packed, 19a21. creamery, 25a28. Eggs Armer, 2:<a25. liuieil. lttsls. Petroleum steady?rsBned,?. Coffee steady?Kio cargoes, ordinary to fair, 17*a 18. Sugar steady?A soft, 6*s; copper reAned Arm, l'^sUs. Whisky quiet, L14ul.l5 Freights to U? erpool per steamer duit?eotton, 7-32d.. flour. Is.Oil.; grain, 4d. Iteccipta?Hour, 7,2:16 barrels, whest, 23.000 bushels; corn, 02,000 bushels, oats, 1,000 bushels. Shipmenta?flour, 39,276 barrels: corn, 2?.lK>o busliels. Salaa?wheat. 328,000 bushels: soro. 106.000 bushels. ChlcagB Market*. CHICAGO, Inu. December 2. 1 p. m.?Wheat steauy-caab. 7H>?; January. 79, Msy, 85*. Corn strong snd higl:er?cssh. -I9W; Jsuuai-y, 50: Msy, 55*. Oats steadv-cash. 30**; January. 30*; May, 33V Whisky, 1.10. Pork weaker?January, 14.?.?; Msy. 15.42*. Lard easy?cash, 7 44; January, 7.42*; May, 7.85. January shortribs, 7.67*. Personau?CoL Fellows, who arrived at the Rlggs to-day, called at the White House this morn ing and had a chat with Col LamonL?Repre sentative Jones or Alabama, and Hon. A. D. Cam den or Georgia, are at the Metropolitan. Capt. J. N. Hemphill of tbe Navy and Kepreeenlatlvea John ston of Indiana, and Hopkins of Illinois, are at Hotel Windsor Representatives Oreenman of New York, aad Hatch or Missouri, are at the Kivgs. Mr. Chas. W. Knapp, who was the Wash ington correspondent ot the St. Loula tfpubhean tor some time, haa been elected president and gen eral manager of that paper. Representative De lano o( New York. Warner, Bunees aad Dockery of Missouri, and 11 aU of iVnnsylvanla, ex-Bepre ? Carolina, aad Mcllaley of Ohio, Hoo. H. A Oreenleal of Newark. AMx. Nlmick of Pltlsbarg, W. H. White ot New York, J as. stetaaoa ol Chicago, aad V Hoiroyd south ot England, are at theEobitc?HepneeatsUves AV i lea of MkalaBippi, Mshoaay ot Mew York, aadDal aeH of Pennsylvania, are at tae Arllngtoa. Rep resentative WUkias ot Ohio, will arrive to-morrow aad will take rooms at Wrlckerx Tbb Dwb w t?b 08mat? Chambbb aUhearUe names of Senators la bright, shining metal plates screwed to the top of the Osaka. oatbeextNne ksftaf the middle tiar oa tae dstaooratlc side the plate bean tae name o( Turpie and tae desk lm medlataly in rear oC it, Mag tbe one at ths leCt end of tae last uer, bears the name of PaaUner. what mmiBANLn orrcHs. MacMMMta H?M Oat w Ik* NMlMal BepuUiraa CmtmUn *?? Vear Early next week a delegation of flfty prominent citizens of Minneapolis, Minn., will arrive in Wasn lngton to urge the claims of that city for the re publican national convention next year. Chief Clerk Johnson, ol the Senate, Is secretary of the Minneapolis committee, and he ha* secured quar ters at the Arlington HOfcel for the entire body. In conversation with a 8r? reporter Mr. Johnson to-day said. In reference to the claims of Minneapolis: "We haw an exposition building that, with some changes, can be made to seat 20.00D persons on the main floor. The Jones-small revival meetings occupied one corner of the build* Ing. and 5,000 were seated In that part of It. Our plan Is to have a high platform for tne speakers secretaries, cc., and Just in front of It a square for the accommodation of the delegates. Then there will be a gradually-Inclined plane toward the rear, with regular Here of seats, so that thoae In the back seats can seethe platform. Already a fund of 940,000 has been raised In Minneapolis to pay the 'legitimate expenses of the convention." "But have you hotel accommodations?" asked Thi Star reporter. "Ample," was the reply. "We will guarantee to furnisti accommodations for all who come, at rea sonable rates. Why, Minneapolis took care of one hundred thousand people at the national encamp ment in 1884. There Is no trouble about hotel room. Besides the usual affairs of the convention we propose to run free trains to Dakota, that the delegates and others may see and learn the im portance of admitting that. Territory to the Union. We are In earnest, said Mr. Johnson, "and we tumkwe have a fair prospect of getting the re publican conventtohi We have urged?he dem<v crats to take steps to have their convention at Minneapolis, ana thus take advantage of the hall and other conveniences that we prepare." senator Davis, of Minnesota, M a member of the national republican committee, and will, of course, aid Minneapolis all la his power. He Relief In the Postal taw*. DEFAMATORY COMMUNICATIONS 8EXT ST MAIL. A letter has been received at the Post Office Department from an editor of a country paper, complaining that he had received a postal cafd in which he was designated in the address as "Chicken thief and editor in chief ot namlhg the paper. He asks whether there Is not a law to punish the sender of such a communication, and frankly states in a postscript that the charge made against him had no foundation whatever. He was informed that the postal laws could give him no relief, as they applied only to the sending of obscene matter and loMtery correspondence through the malls. It was stated at the Department that a number of com plaints have been received recently In J"j some collection agency In Chicago _whlch ?ends out bills for collection enclosed in envelopeswhich have the words "bad debts" printed In bold char acters on the laee. The comnlaloanUal ege that In addition to the Injury which they sustain in having such matter come to them through the malls, frequently addressed in care of some well known citizen, that the bills enclosed havenever been Incurred by them. They state that they be lieve It is aa ottempt to black mall them. In re gard to such complaints the Department states that no relief can W* afforded through the postal laws, and that the only remedy Is prosecution for libel or black mall. Among the complainants is a reputable dentist in this city. The City r?i??a?M!nhlp. TBI MAM WMOM, IT 18 SAID, THI NSW POSTXASTEBr OKNERAL WILL RBOOSMINDTOStJCCBBBMR. CONOER. Postmaster congers term expires on the aoth ot December, and It is not thought likely that the President will nominate hlB successor until that data. Last summer there was a difference of opin ion among those interested in the office about the length of term In this case, and many people thought that the President would make the ap pointment during the recess, and numeroiM appli cations for the position were Bled at the White House. The president, however, did not give the matter any personal consideration, *nd?videutly preferred to abide by the custom of the Posuofflce Department of beginning the term from thedaW of confirmation, which would enable Postmaster conger to hold office until December SO, There have been no applications for tne sented to the President recently, but the old list Is still on file at the White House, and W1U be con sidered when the president Is ready to awlde on a nomination. The name of COL Kobert F. HI1L of Kalam;izoo, a member ot the board of appeals of the Pension office, Is mentioned for the office, and It is reported that Mr. Don M. Dlcklnwn wUl rec ommend the appointment of Jno. L Knright, of Detroit. The Doorkeeperwhlp Contest# TALX or riILD AS A DARI HORSE. The doorkeepershlp contest looks more mixed fhnn ever this morning. Both sides are making contident claims, and all sorts of rumors are being circulated by the Interested subordinates. Mem bers of the New York delegation held a meeting at Chamberlln's last night to decide vtoat they should do, but no agreement was reached. They * ill meet airalo to-night and decide upon theircourse. It is reported that, should the contest between Messrs. Donelson and the caucus, the name of ex-Doorkeeper Field may be brought in as a dark horse. The Amount or Mail Maitbr sent out dally froai the secretary's office of the interior Department is about 3,055 pounds. Of this 50 pounds is the letter mall, 1,500 pounds is books from the document di vision, and about the same amount from the sta tlonery and printing division. Eighteen Million tor Pensions in November.? In regard to a report that the sub-Treasury offi cials at New York had denied the statement that $18,000,000 had been paid by the Government In pensions durlug the month of November, It was to-day stated at the Treasury Department that such a denial was incorrect, sinco the new rone officials have no means of knowing Just what the disbursements throughout the wuole country amount to. The mono, about $184)00,000 in all, has been paid out to the tension agents, and on Monday next will be paid to the pensioners. A Bust Tim* tor the Thieves-? Mrs. Chirlea Acker, of 37 K street nortnwest, reports that her house was entered by a thief through the second story window about 0 o'clock yesieniay afternoon, and the Intruder, alter putting up a bundle of clothing wan frightened off by her. taking with him Uft In money.?Herman Burkhart, of 1013 7th street, reports two overcoats, valued at to. were stolen from him yesterday.? Mrs. E. Starr, ol 1407 Massachusetts avenue, reports a dessert spoon, worth 75 cents, stolen from her yesterday. Mrs. J. Ilaller, of 815 6th streeet northwest, reports that the boards were forced off her wood-shed last night and two stoves worth $5 were taken. Henry king, of HiiG i th street, reports a ladles' cloak valued at $10, stolen irom his store yesterday.?James Rosenthal, of ir>o 7th street, reports his show-window broken last night, and 4 silver watches and 7 revolvers worth $14 taken.?s. J. Brlnkiey, of 35 N St. a. e., reports that he gave a horse, valued at$l.t, to a white boy to take to the bazar which he fal.ed to da A. Maxwell.of 515 H street, reports four la..* curtains, valued at $12, taken from him while he was moving yesterday.?John Fegan,of 4tti Penn sylvania avenue, reports that his store was en tered by forc.ng the rear door last night, and $1? in money taken. The Htf ht of Petition. From the Chicago News. -Mr. Waikln, I have called to see If you will sign a petition for " "Yes, certainly: hand it here." Mr. Waikln signs, and Mr. Dalkln replaces the Detltlon In his pocket. "By the way, Dalkln, what Is that petition about?'' "Oh, nothing much: it Is only to aak congress to plant a lot of cholera germs In our city. I've got pretty nearly every citizen's name to It, It s a glorious thing, this right of petition in our country. A Careful Diagnosis. From the Omaha World. Noted Physician?-No, I was not out long. I only made two calls." Wife?"Where did you go?" "First, I went to see our esteemed German townsman, Mr. Schnaufootz, the millionaire sausage manufacturer. He has symptoms of hay fever and may require a long course ol treat ment." "Who was the other patient?" "Old schnofut, the little Dutch grocer." "Anything serious?" "No; nothing but a cold in the head." What "America" means. From Note* and Quern*. The meaning of tbe name Amerigo has been often discussed, the only thing certain being that It is one of those names ot Teutonic origin, like Humberto, Alfonso, Orlmaldl, or Garibaldi, so com mon In northern Italy, which testifies to the Gothic or Lombard conquest. A merle, which oc curs as early as 744 A.D., Is probably a contracted form of the name Amalarlc, borne by a king of the Visigoths, who died in 531. A bishop Kmrlch was present ai the council of Salisbury lp 807, and an Amerlcus Ballstaurtua Is mentioned In the Close Bolls (thirteenth century). It has been conjec tured that the stem la im, from which we get tne name of Emma. The meaning of this la not known with certainty, though Ferguson thinks it may denote "strife" or "noise." Since, however, the name is probably ot Gothic origin, and since the Amalungs were the royal race of the Ostra gotbs, it Is more likely that the stem Is amai, which was formerly thought to mean "without spot." but is now more plausibly connected with the old Norse ami, labor, work. The suffix rie, cognate with nx. rtiek ana rick, mean* "rich or "powerful," and, therefore, the most probable signification of Amerigo to "strong lor labor." Kaiser Wlllhelea's tagnUly. From the London Modsra Society. It appears that Kaiser William Is a terribly frugal old monarch as to the see of orerooatsand personal luxarlw of drees. His valet has orders never to bring out a certain fur ooat until the ther mometer falls are degress below sere. Thls ysar, "Your majesty, it Is waUy jsoeseary Uatyou nolu will do weU enough with another ttnlng? maintained ue emperor. "I haveSkede laostry. and I have not had It yNHloa|M ? soldier's overcoat should 1st." Dun mm Ht?nr?n n no. Norman, living near New London, Ma, died Toeeday night of hy fearful suffering he did. 3BATIC m*HA' ?r ** tlw Caplul ??aw rwa west tihoixu Aire buua | ctiin inotiii citcnnuitunMnuov. The democratic Senators met la cauei* to-day In pursuance of the notice ?ent out eirUer in the 2** f 00!!?<,ar the c*** of and West Virginia. The committee appointed at a previous caucus did not present a formal report, bui stated taat there was uncertainty as to what oeurae the republicans would pursue. Famkne^Wwt^^wTex^^o^e srsas? u-BU?^g-tSsy thed?mocranc? aStwllL01111,686 c**8" Sooieo1 thnt Senators expressed the opinion M^nre^Tbuu^^:r^.,ss!r-t,,<ss, ra 2r?^.u^*Ynth7rtwant 10 avoid tbe^appeannce take DC^tlve^tiS?Hon'11 wa8 decided not to take positive action in regard to these cases to *?oM*r otucus to meet at be D^ent^ThB^Jl^ ^notify all absentees to Jeraern^ltwo^alf^M<lf ^"^Hto^t^New DeSware. ?* 80111,1 Carollna. and Saulsbury, of them 10 attend the caucus H P?Mlbl? and if that is not practica brii mSZ h 0,1 b4nrt at noon next Monday senaiw ^^in..L7M 8t*ted 10 the caucus that <-olquett was in the city and MrHenrsr to-morrow. and that nS'rpd^fh Jflr- Jone". of Nevada, had Sphere TelaU^m? a?reelnK that tf*y could not 860110 Senators George, oiDson, Bloagett, Hampton, and Saulsbury unrlaj? nM?S<?!2e. t?JVaahinKton at once. Who tSfv n?^i^iPromlnel11 democratic Senators r>l^V?E^L ,? caucus when questioned by shaking of the democrats, w e are as solid as that wall (point in? to one of ^e tom^S? ?f lhe CaP,t0') and if they under go ? *rtJ "?hl against Turple or Faulkner f??? Vr.ho ^ h,lt we wtu not yield an or in thi ?^n?^Urplekand Partner will be seated stand aaldtf" ? musl lake the 08111 wU1 It Is deemed probable that by to-morrow the th^reDUtXi.^ able 10 know something of what 2L ]S2?.U<?m contemplate doing, and if (bey deckle to oppose the admission ot Tur wlll report to 1^lkUer' 1,16 democrats say they of 11,6 ret'?tfniuon the Turple case thai it is thought will cause trouble. EXECUTIVE CLEflENCV. Applications for Pardon Granted and j Kefused by tba President. The President has granted the applications for I pardon in the following cases: Frank Phillips, convicted of counterfeiting and sentenced in No-1 vember, 188a, to four years imprisonment in the Michigan house ot correction; Columbus lioucbln, covlcted of passing counterfeit money and sen tenced in December, ISO, to seven years Impris onment in the Indiana State prison; KogerClaw. son, convicted ol polygamy and unlawful cohablta-1 tlon, and sentenced in November, 1884, to three years and six months Imprisonment in the Utah penitentiary and to pay a One of $800; Joseph Adler convicted of illicit distilling in New Jersey.and sen tenced to one year's imprisonment and $1,000 fine JPS"" ,n most of tnese cases on ? .kB ot the Judge? and district at torneys, and as the prisoners had nearly com pleted their terms of Imprisonment, their pardon fcprtnclpaily intended to restore them to citizen /innUin?h?i<1?.nt .llM denied applications for par-1 don In the following cases: Caroline Re<?kf?r onn presenUn^ a fraudulent claim against ^iS?VinrUw ent;m "hl?: <*as.w. Ultchcoct con nir^? ?f. vJ?laUng the postallaws; P nJt convicted in Arkansas of an as u tontLt0 *U': ueo- B. corham, con vie ted In Massachusetts of counterfeiting* ciias tomiri IiVirt^r0!^10 Kew Jerb?y of Presenting a ffSSl* pension eaae, and sentenced to eighteen months Imprisonment, and Frank Lib ,n 1Vermonl or making false affida vit In a pension claim. In denying the last appii douh?ii'ii^lh?1(leilt aa3r.8"tbere Is not a particle of ?i?m evict's guilt, and that lie added <ir nr5HHmin J)?r^ury i?. n0 les8 atrocious crime ? 'aue affliia vltsror the purpose of pro cunng a pension. 1 cannot look with any deirree of charity upon such efforts to desecrate a sacred ?e Government, founded in pat.lotlc sentiment of gratitude to deserving soldiers, and ' ^ that so many respectable citizens should be found who are wining our pension laws p?mtahmenu',Ulated ana Pouted Without jJS District Government Attain. im. ^ THR inqinerr department. The District Commissioners have made the foU !?in i!i?UH(J,1?&8,.Jeducl,0n8 ftnd promotions in the engineet department: Assistant Englnt-er K ?? ??ckey J. m. Mickey, j. / power" AO. McKensle and W. Brown, street Inspectors; mini nfrtilr DS<^io" t8?*11' "'dmen, furioughed SSLSSf" 'J"1?'8, J* l>are to be temporarily appointed assistant engineer at $l,tt00 per year ?iL? , Moas 10 ^e temporarily appointed engineer at U,50? per year, vice Dare James Watson to be appointed rod rrls Brown, who is appointed ..xeman, vice Watson. Charles Little to be appointed axe- ! fppiwi permanent roil, vice ^VlUe. tr^ (erred to the temporary roll. SCILDIKO PERMITS. h,?lts |>ave been Issued to Wm. Dlett to erect coat ?snn ein2?r^t w0-,053,1 ttr,et southeast, to U)8t $800( and to J. H. Lewis to erect frame dwelV tag at Kosedale, to cost $1,000. misckllanbocs. ^oneP 1111 *? notinsd the Washing ton Brick Machine c<x that the District needs, at once, to complete work now in hand. 4-isCboo pa ving brick* and requests the company! if it can not f urnish that number to purchase, them In open market. The paving of the alley in square 475 has been placed on the schedule for work to be done next year. ^ 1 The Will taker Caae. THI ARGUMENTS STILL I* PROGRESS. Yesterday afternoon, in the criminal Court, Judge Montgomery, in the case of Granville A. Whltaker, charged with the presentation of false vouchers of the Navy Bureau of Medicine and Sur gery, Mr. Wilson spoke, presenting the case of the defendant, till 3:30 o'clock, and this morning con cluded his argument. ?iHl.8lrlct Attorney Worthlntfton followed with the closing argument for the Government at noon and was speaking when THE Star's report clobed.' Three Fire*. I.aat ^Tirht. Last evening at ?:ao o'clock a Are took place In the green-house at the Industrial Home School, caused by a defective flue. A loss of $700 resulted? $000 to the stock. About 12:45 o'clock tjus morning Are was discov ered by Ofllcer Reidy In the two-story frame bulld }?? " Easby's wharf, foot ot a?th street, leased by the Barber Asphalt Paving Co. aud used as a store house and cooper shop. The building wasdestroyed. th? abo"t ?1>5WU- It Is thought that the nre originated rrom sparks blown from under Insured. ta' kettles* Tn? property was fully Ai>VulJ}:29 0'cl0ck this morning fire was discov ered in bulldlnr tt23 ? street, o wiled by W ODen have c^"ght from hot ashes in a ba"*L The alarm was struck from box 131 by way, ttn(j tdg are department kept the flames on the second and third floors. The second floor was occupied by Mr. Dennlson as a real estate office and by other offices, and the ud per story by the Veteran Union and Caledonia ? w5" v ? lower story is the paperhanfirinff es tabllsUment of Mr. Richard llenderson, whose stock was damaged by water to the extent of $700. ftl?uT$"n0TOn 8 on building and furniture is Transfer* of Real Deeds in fee have been Hied as follows- C. Bostwick to J. C. Bullett et aL, four-nfths of ttalol rema tract; $400,00a J. W. Shaw to Patrick 8uL Mvan,sub20, sq. 7W; $27.v w. w. Corcoran to Columbian I niverslty, sub 1 ana pt. a a<i. ajO* s G. B. Wilson to J. B. t'Wett, lot 24, Su. tKi3- tl'oooi f?T P^Trri/ ? and VilZt Reanlon to M. J. Colbert, ? S* :.lr- Ani>a H. Green to L. W. Snook, sub 51, sq. 575; $4,100. Sophie Schlm melfennlgto Catherine Mocuuough, sub lot 5, sq. 115; $12,ii0a Victor Anderson to A. Fisher part IB, sq. 1072; $700. B. H. Warner et a* to Crwby 31 ^ 38 aad P4""1 33' SQ- 00; Foa the Children's Christmas Club.?Mr. P. Se Chrl^^iciuU Tl" 8TA* IOrtl>e benent of lfX<1A,S>^yi^ m'vSSiii6 ??r9S^' " f13* r 10111 Jas. Anderson, on November 8; Chas. King ?nd lienry Ayers, housebreaking In the day, premises of Kllza L. Kay, and Jas. R McKenney and Kobert L. Keyser, larceny of $150 from C. W. K. Klpley. They made a pre?sutment against Samuel Sprawl, alias fas. Mitchell, for false pretences in obtaining $3 from E. P. smith on a ring. ?i .Civil Actios for Assault aits Battsrt. In ^?inir:Th.,~VUr\..,w ^ CMe orw.a Johnston against Thurston Milton and Horace 8. W. john ~??. actloa for assault and battery, the jury to day round a verdict for defendant, B. tfioho 'tot Mr. F. T. Browning tor defendanta. niS1^ Uto Wm. Carroll, 9rStI2i2^!3e?e 'atber J. a. WijU5r'WL & & SSS??S5uS _ law Mary Aaa Johnson Isaves L_. to some at aer children and the reatot the estate to her d.ughter Caroline. The wtu ol the late H. T.Eckart leaves his estate to his wua,i Tn Wnxtr Star's Pocket Atlas of the World Is ofTered free to every new subscriber for ooe year to the Wsselt stab. It la a 1 book of lsi MW, prefusslyUlUMraMA, than 100 ootored maps and diagrams, and oo^Ulas a wealth ot gensna tatormaJoB. see M Two at Cody's Indians have beat arreted at Birmingham, England, and ansa lor drunken ness. TUey hsd to be rsasored to the poitoest .Uan in a handcart, awob to the imns?sat U " wko witnessed Ue tree show. A XATBIMIIIJIL A W< Tbe Baltimore Stm ot "Mhy aaaouaces that earls are oof tor ths marriage af Mr Athtir L. IMMr and MM norma* D? u **?* ***, December 7, ia*7. T? to amouncement appeared strange la face <| the fact that tbe records at tbe court, houas la thia city show that a marrisge Uc*n? was issued to AakUr L. Btsdler and Mlsa Florence Dnnmpn^ of BilttBovt) Aufun ^ last, and that tne psrUss were married tfcat day t>7 Her. Or. J. J. Bulloc k. When a Baltimore on* SSSFLXSSH <* Mr. Bledtor la BalUm^. uS ^fft and told him what tbe reeord la Washing! oa Btealfr' according to tha Sun, expnwsed aatoojshmeat. B*w *tat be was not married, and that he could doc account for the origin ot the n* port. He aajrs he aad Mian norm* Denmesd will be married at the iwi<hu? ot the bride oa ?. and that the wedding will tie private Miss Denmead to the daughter of Mr. Francis DgMnead, a wou^haowa resMsnt ot Baltimore. Tbe clerks at the court-houae here remember the nasaes given a bora. ?/SPJ* ?** applied tor It while the lady re. ti? Tli2r Si!0 n'mnibnr Ute re. tort the court-house something waa said about the lb* following day. ?Aa tne record here la perfect the conclusion is JS?* used the names of Mr. Biedtor and Denmead without authority, or that ??J5*!US??" ,tt WM deemed deslraole to hare a secret wedding last August. w?Mihjrlast August took place at Lose WM Bent Dr. Bullock to Wm to Welcliers, where it was proposed to J101 ,,*at &ut VVelckers being cioeedat nrBni^1!.^,?JraS hOJobf h^toLosek ami. Dr. Bulloch did not know the oouple. They were Greased and genteel in appear ance and manner. T&e wadding waa "pt rery secret, tor a number of persons scoompanled the oouple and were prea SP . J?" eepera?hJr- From what waa said by fSSfh i^08* Pre,*,<lt' ?r- Bullock understood that they had just come from pen Mar. TUB DBITBB Or THB WAQOX AND m UOOK AT TUB jail okdbb aaaasr. Thto morning between 7 and a o'clock, shortly after the garbage wagon toft the District Jail, Its driver, oiuistead Wesley, a colored countryman from LewinsvUle, Ta., was arrested on sua picion by offlcer Thoe. Auldridge and taken to the East Washington police station. Be was driving a small opea wagon. In which we? ??T.erml barrels and potato sacks, all of which appeared to be filled with something. At the sta tion the wagon was overhauled by the officers and was found to be pretty well loaded with provi slons. in one bag was a number of "d roasts of beef and mutton, while another contained two large shouU . ? .0 ?con. There wss about a bushel or potatoes, turnips, and onions in otber sacks, several bars of soap, abeut 25 pounds of flour, and a tin can of beef tallow. When arrested the old !i??Vw50 bacUJr frightened, "squealed," and said be bad been given the articles by John Hern aon, THl COLORED OOOK AT THB JAIL, and was going to take them to the latter-s house, on Madison street. After the old man told his story Sergeant Burgees and Officer Lewis went to the jail and arrested Herndon on suspicion. The officials at the jail were surprised when Herndon was arrested, as be had been the cook at the jail for the past ten years. Herndon protested his Innocence and siuJ that he had only given the old man some refuse, such as hard oread, which had been once served to the prisoners, and the tin can of grease, which was the skimmingsftom day to day, which would other wise have been thrown away. The prisoners were brought face to face in the starlon, anl the old man then said that he had been given the articles denied^ W racl011'8 bouse, which the latter again THB HEN WBBB LOCKED CV In the cell-room, where they could converse to. gether, ana later In the day they changed their stories, the ol i man consenting the story told by Herndon. Gen. Crocker and Capt. Russ of tbe jail, visited the prisoners at the station and Inter viewed them regarding the wagon-load of eau able*. Herndon stuck to his original story. ??"? the old man conflrmed what he said. ANOTHER STOUT. He told capt. Russ that he had purchased the articles In West Washington and waa going to take them to the country to-day. >He said that when the officer arrested him he was so badly frightened that he did not know what he said to the of. ncer. oen. Crocker and Capt. Russ examined the goods. Gen. Crocker said that the shoulders aua potatoes were not like what had been pur chased at the jail, and he did not believe that all the good, came from the Jail. So far as the barrel of hard bread is concerned, he had a right to give that to the garbage man, because it was the leavings of the prisoners ai.d was unlit for use. The can of grease was also waste that he had collected and was of no earthly use at the Jail. Capt. Russ Who has charge of the eatables said that the meat could not have been taken tr?m the jail because he weighed out the meat and the weight||"1 held out. All the bacon which has been purchased this week, he said, was in tbe jail when the offioers came there, and the Hour be did not think had been taken from that institution, as he had not missed any. The prisoners are held behind the bars to await the result of the investigation. Lieut. Boteler and Sergeant Burgess visited Herndon's house, in Madison street, this after noon, and found some articles supposed to have come from the jslL Beat Estate Sales. Catherine R. Mccullough has bought for$i2Jsoo, of Sophie schimmeltennig, sub. lot % squareiis, 75 by HO feet, on N street, between HKh and aoih. Crosby a Soyes has bought of B. H. Warner and C. B. Hllyer. for $11,512.50, lots 3i and 3a and part 3a square 00, fronting 60 by 125 ret* on 2ist, be tween i1 ana R streets north west. A deed from Catherine R. Mccollough to Eliza beth C. Breese, of sub lot 5, sq. 115, for 112,500, was recorded this afternoon. Also one from J. F. Bar bour to Rees Evans, tt aL. tor lot 1, sub lots.l to 7 9 to 12,16 to 22, pi. 3, and lota l? and 15, In square east of sq. 643, bounded by canal, G, U aim u streets. A deed trom James (Jonlon Bennett to Charles Norduoff, for a nominal consideration was recorded to*lay, for sub lot 10, sq. HS3 (15 by 100 teen on K street, between Connecticut avenue and I8tn street northwest. A Partnership ucbstion in Cocbt.?In the Court In General Term to-day the case of Ma* Rich, administrator of Jacob Wen, agu Camilla ami Jos. Solarl, was argued, Mr. N. U. Milit-r lor plalnilfT and Messrs. C. 8. Moore and T. M. Holds tor defendants. Plaintiff sued the defendants, as partners, on a promissory note ot the nriu, and having obtained service on Camllle solarl, took Judgment against him. Thereupon money depos ited by solarl Brothers was attached n the hands ot ilie National Metropolitan Bank. Tne bank and Camllle solarl moved to quash the attachment on the ground that the partnership funds could not be garnisheed lor the debt or one copartner. The motion to quash was overruled and Camllle Solarl appealed. The plaintiff conten ts that the appeal must be dismissed because the defendant has no riitht of appeal; that the motion to quash is based on an entire misapprehension ot the tacts ot tne cas-, for It Is not an attachment of Arm property for the separate debt of one partner, but is a nrm debt, and the Judgment Is ugalnst Camllle Sotarl as a member ot the flrrn of solarl Broth rs; that his liability arises out of bis Orm relations, and the plaintiff has aright to have that l aUUty satis tied out of the assets of the nrm. 1 Range or thb Thbbbombtbb.?Tbe following were the readings at the signal Office to-day: 7i m., 27; 2 pi m., 42; maximum, 42; minimum 2a Mr. A. M. Baer, of West Washington, on whom an unknown man yesterday passed a worthless check for $17 in payment for a suit of clothe* ob jects to the statement that he was victimized be cause he took no newspaper and therefore was not on his guard against the swindler. Mr. Baer sayt he has been a subscriber for Thb Stab for a num ber of years. Hurry Up Year Chalhapa 0NLT THIBTT DATS LBFT TO AMT BB1TISHRB W thb BMP1BB who WANTS tib AHBBlCA'S cut. From tha Mew York Bun, to-day. some yachtsmen of St. John, Mew Brunswick, threaten to make an effort to capture the Amer ica's cup next year. At least, that Is what Mr. David Lynch, a retired shipbuilder of St. John, said to a reporter on Wednesday. Mr. Lynch visited the New York Yacht Club and examined the models of all the famous Yankee clippers there He did not Indicate to Superintendent Niels Olsen that he and his nautica* fellow towns men were going to build a yacht?and a center boarder, too?to Uck the Volunteer. He told a re BDrier that the modern Burgess model wss just ke the models of fast New Brunswick boats built a quarter of a century ago. He w.U probably think otherwise when be and his trtondg Dring on their sloop. Niels Olsen says they win have so chance against a Burgess boat They have, under the provisions of the new dead of gift, jut tone month left to challenge In, as the dead says: "The challenging club shall give ten months' notice la writing, naming the days for th? proposed races: but bo race shall be sailed in the days interven ing between November 1 and May L" Mr. Ohaa. S west's English trtend, who said hs would bring over a 90-foot cutter of narrow beam next year, had better Hunr up with his notice U be wants to get ahead ot tbe New Bnusnnck folks. > ta I ehdlt orraas or lovb and oolb raon a 1 BLB ILUIKMS WOMAH A telegram to tbe New York Bermld trom De troit, Mich., December 1, says: Senator Joses M nothing a not lucky. MM mall uus moraine brought him a letter which lllistratss the close kinship ot sympathy aad the tender passion it waa a delicate mtoM and saiffssd tha odor of blooming violets. It waa wiittea by a lady la "linota. sm bad beard at Senator Joasa. Tbestory 1 Kla tsnnklA - - - ot his trouble had wrung her susceptible soul. hi. out to him in the days of his affileuoa. Thsacaaae self ss an sver-ready coalorter ta the mkCt ot uie r? trouble, bat she had a Mead. This I waa wealthy. Her abuadai os ef this world's goods ? ???? -pathway fithe ? l*f ' ramiBBMn ix n m Anln*, i The louowinf tan him la w Alllaon, W. B-, low*. liM Vtraoal am \Mnch, N. W.. K. L, Arlington BOWL Be ITT, J. H., Ark.. Nat kMialHotel Batter, *. c., a c.. 1751 p at. aw. BUokbern. J. a a.Ky.. Browa. J. B, Oa. Woo4 Bate, W. B. Tena, Ebbltt I call, Wilkinson, Fla., 19TB 5 at. aw. Cockreil, P. M? Ma, 1MB K ?L aw. COM, Hicham, Tex., 41V Oth at,a w. Cameron, J. D., Pa.. 21 LahTHW (iqllia cullorn, K. M., IlL 1408 M?aaachu*etta a**. Chandler, W. ?~k. a, usi 1 at. a.w. Colquitt, A. H_ ha., aao New Tort ara Da met, J. W Va^ 1700 lath K. a W Da Ma, C K.. Mini.. i?oo isth at aw. Dol^^l M.t oregoq? Latj S'TOfM, ? utajrau* aquara L., Vanv, 1038 a L ara a, I7?i NaL aw. BL B.W. Bdmunda George r., vu.ain I tTartawm. M.. N. Y., leoi B Frye,W. P? Ma, Hamilton. liiiwou, a L. La., 172a H. I. ara. Uortoan, A. P., McL, 1403 B at. n.w. Hale, Eugene, M*., 917 lflth M. U.W. Hama, L O., Tana, 131st at. n.e. Hawley, Joerph a, Ooaa, 1314 B Hlaoock, Prank, N, Y.. A ' Hoar. OMrw p.. Maaa, 13251 lagans, J. J., Bana, 1 B at. a. JoDeO. K_ Ark-S15 M at. aw. Benna J. t, wTv., 140 B at. a.a Morrill, J. a, YL, 1 Tbocnaa circle. McPhmoa, J. K-, w. J., low Vanaaat m Manderson, C. P., NeO, Portland. Morgan, J. T., Ala.. 1U lat st. a.a. Palmer, T. W, Mick, 1435 B at. a.w. 1. U, Ala, 133? B at. aw. Coon., 4 B at. n.e. Piadook, A. &. NeO, Portlani Payne, H. a, Ohio, 11M Tt a, Kana, ?12 u H., Pa. 1MB B m. II. W- N. C., Meti Q1* ictreia Plumb. P. a. Kana, 012 14th at. aw. Quay, M. a, PaTuU B M. aw. Kanaum, M. W.. N. C., MetropoUUa Bo Kiddieberger, H. H., Va.. Metropolitan Rrana JT H.. Tea.. 882 3d at. VabTnTfi. M.. Minn.. 1 Iowa CD Sawyer, Phlletua, Wia. 1829I at. aw. Sherman. John. Ohio. 1319 B at. aw. Spooner, J. C., WW.. 5 B at. n.w. Stanford, U, CoL, 1701 B at. aw. Stewart, W. M., Nevada. 1707 K. L ara Teller, 1L M., CoL, SOI North Capitol it. Turple, David, Ini, 134 Ma*?acbuaetu are. aA Vaiioe, a a, N. C., 1?T7 Manachuarua ara. Veet, O. a., Ma, 1J04 p at. aw. V Hirtiees, i). W., lnd., Windsor Hotel. Walthall, a C, Mlaa, 813 Vermont are. amaaBaTtTiTta Abbott, /., Tea., Metropolitan Hotel Anderson, C. L, Mis*., Metropolitan IIotaL Anderson, O. A., 1U., ??* North Capitol at. Baron, Henry, N. T., 1100 Vermont ara Baker, C. a, N. Y., ?8? 13th at. Barrr, P. O.. Mlaa, Bbbltt Uouaa Belmont, Perry, N. Y., 1701 Kbode lalaad aia BierH, M., CaL, 310 C at. n.w. Binger, Hermann, oray., 73411th iL aw. Bland, a P.. Ma, 1436 Q *. aw. Blanckard, ft. C., La, SIX North Capitol at. Bo wen, a C_ Va.. MatropoUtaa HoteL Boothman, M. M?Ohio, M Bat. aa. Brower, J. M., N. C., &1S l?th sU Brown, Charles a. Ohio, 51813th tt. Browne, T. M.. In<L, 133S I at aw. Bynum, W. D.. lnd., ?21 i;ah at. aw. Buchanan, Jauiea, N. J., S07 Bast capttol K. BreckiDridge, C. a. Ark., Sis North Caplioi at. Cannoa O.. 11L, VMUarU's HoUL Carlisle. John O.. Ky.. lii?s Uouae. Campbell, T. J , nTy., Confreaaional BoteL Candler, A. D., oa, Metropouun Hotel. Caruih, A. O.. By., EbMU Uouaa. Carleton, H. M., Oa. MetropoUtaa HoteL catching*. T. C., Mlaa, MetropoUtan HomL Cheadle, J. a. lnd., 413 ?tb at. aw. Clardy, Vl. L., Ma, 113B 19U at Cobb, J. a, Ala. Metropouun Ho*eL Compton, Barnes, Md., 1408 H at. aw. Cowlea W. H. H., 1*. C., National H?*L CraloW. a, Texas, 126 B at. ae. Crisp, C. P.. Oa, Metropolitan lloteL Culberson. D. a, Texas, Metropolitan HoteL cutrheon. a M., Mica, 140M rfaaaachuaotu ara Chlpman, J. L.. Mica, National HoteL DalxelL J-, Pn-, Arlington HoteL Darlington, S., Pa, 1?mi MasMchaaetU ave. Da^onport, Ira N. Y.. 445 Haasachuaei w ara Davidson, K. H. M.. Pla, NaUon-1 HoteL Davld-cn, A. C., Ala. MetropoUtan HoUL Dorsey, U. W. K., Neb.. HanUlton. Dubois, F. K, Idaho, 123013th at. Elliott, WllUam, 8. C., MetropoUtan HoteL Ennentrout, D., Pa., 215 East Capitol at. Farquhar, J. M., !Li,813 12th at. Pelt.a L'. N., CaL. ( hamberllnX Flnley, H. P. Ky., 1011 12th ? Ford, k. 11., Mich., NaUonal IIOUL Porney, W. H., Ala., 1110 O at. Uear, J. H? Iowa Portland. Olorer, J. M., Ma, i:wi Connectleut ara tireeuian, a W., N. Y., Hlgg> Hou*. Orimes, T. W., Oa., Metropolitan HoteL Quest, W. H., IlL, 1114 O St. Hare, a, Texas, Metmp.>lltan HoUL Howard, J. O., lnd., 1013 k au Hatch, W. H.. Ma, 1322 O st. Hayea W. L, Iowa, 1325 U a. Haydea a D., Wans., kvart House. Heard, J. T- Ma, 814 New jersey are. Herbert, a A.. Ala. Metropolitan HoteL Henderaoa J. a, N. C., Vetropoutan HoUL Hendersou, T. J., IlL, 1211 North Caplwl at Herman, a, Oreg., 12tn 8L Hltt, a a. IlL, 1307 B St. aw. HopLlna 8. T.. N. T., 1508 H su ?.w. Htire, c. E 'W. va, 140a H at. aw. Hooker, C. B.. Mlaa, St. James HoteL Horey, A. P.. IndL, 215 East Capitol at. Hudd. T. a, Wia, 1?1? 13th at. Hunter, W. G., Ky.. K0blit House. Huttoa J- a, Mo.. National HoUL jackeoa O. L., Pa. 613 13th ?. Jones, J. T.. Ala, MetrowrtlUn HoUL Kennedy, K. P., Ohio. 1101 B at. Kerr, D., Iowa, Wlilard'a Ketcham. J. a, N. Y., 132? K at aw. Bllifon, C. a, Tex., Metropouiaa HoteL Lalfoon, P., Ky. National HoteL Lanhatn, 8. W. T., I'ex., 931 s New York ara Latham, L. E, N. C., MetrojKiUtan HoUL Lodge, H. C., Maaa., 1227 lw.h at. aw. Lyman, J., Iowa, Windsor HoteL Mansur, C. U., Ma, 471 C *U n.w. Mateoa t'. C., Ind., l?20 Khole Island a?a MarOu, W. H.. Te*.. 222 3d st. aw. Mills H. H-, Tex., 1115 <J st. n.w Moffatt, a C., Mich., Wlllard's HoteL Montgomery, A. a, Ky., Hitgs Houae. Moore, L. W., Tex., tbe Wlndaur. McAdoo, WOL., N. J., 1B30 I SL aw. Mccreary, J. B., Ky.. Rig'^ House. Mai lKmald, J. L, Minn., 1754 u st. aw. MoKinley, Wm., Ohio, Ebbltt House. Mf Kinney, L. F., N. H., -46T C au McHae, T. C- Ark., tbOlt i House. Mcshane, J. A., Neb., Wlllard's HoteL NeaL J. a, Tena, National HoteL Newton, C? La., Metropollun HoteL oates, W. C.. Ala., Kl^'gs House. out hwolte, J. a, Ohio, Hamilton. O'Donnea James, Mica, 1U1B N st. O FerralL C. 1., Va., Metropouun HoteL O'NeUu Chaa, Pa, 1SU8 No* * ork are. Peel, a W., Ark., 70m East Capitol st. Penl:igtoa J- B-, Oe^, Metropolian HoteL PeU'rs.8. K., Kan., National HoM?L Phelan, James. Tenn.. 1610 19th st. Phelps, W. W., N. J., klchiuoud Plata Pldcock, J. W., N. J.. National HoteL piuinii, K., IlL, i:e? 14th at. BaudalL S. J., Pa.. WO C st. ae. Heed, T. a. Me.. Hamiltob Houae. Rice, a. Minn., 826 15th ?. Richardson, J. D.. NaUonal BcteL Robertson, a W., La., MetropoUUa HoUL Rogers, J. H_ Ark., 1302 K at. aw. Romels, J., Ohio, congressional HoteL Russell, C. W., Mass.. Hamilton. Ryaa Thos., Kaa, National HoteL Sayers. J. D., Tex., 71H 11 th m. bawrer, J. O.. N. Y.. 24 Grant Placa Seney, O. a, Ohio, 1338 O au Scott, W. a. Pa, Chamb -run'a Shlvely, a P.. Ind.. National HoteL Simmons, P. a, N. C., MetropoUUn HoteL Smith, M. A., Arizona, Bbbltt House. Snyder. Charles P? W. Va. NaUonal 1 Sprlneer, W. a, IlL, 42 B sl aa Stahlnecker. W. O., N. Y., Woodmoot. Stewart, J. D.. Oa., MeUtjpoUUn HoteL Stock dale, T. a, Mlsa, MetropoUUa HoUL Stone, W. J., Ky., 1311 H uL Stone, W. L., Ma, 210 North Capitol at. Byrnes, G. G^COL, uoi l*th at. Taulbee. W. P., Ky.. S2? A ?. ae. Taylor. J. D., ohia Hamlltoa Thompson, A C., Ohio, 210 North Capitol M Thompson, J. L, CaL, 1130 17th a aw. Thomas, J. K., IlL, Bbbtit House. Tlllmaa o. D.. a C.. 412 Oth at. Toole, J. K? MonL, 1340 I at. aw. Townsbend, a W? III., Bigga Houae. Turner, a J-, Baa^ NaUonal HoUL Vance, a J., Cona, 008 14th at. Vanderer, W_ CaL, WUlard's HoUL Voorbeea C. a, Waaa Ter., 1B33 L at. a.w. wade, w. a. Ma, 1203 q aw. Walker. J. P., Ma, IKS M at. aw. Warner, W., Ma, WillardM HoUL W. arer, J. a, Iowa 118 C st. ae. Webber, J. a. N. Y., 721 llth at. WhlUng, J. a. Mica, 1537 P M? Whltthoraa W. a Tena. Ebbltt Howa wiuuna a, oaio, 1308 r at. aw. Williams, E. a, Ohio, BbMtt Houae. Wllma, ffcoa. Minn., Arun ton. Woodbora, W., Ner., 810 ISth st, aw. waahingtoa, J. a, laea,?lewa arda Yoder, a a. Ohta. 24 3d at. ae. tM neuaa o( tka rttiM I tha night la great appearance. Both eyea an iwm mo w bukm. ?2wicU?u?w her to ?tur. teeblecrlea of am Uon la rerycnocaL fTBeaatkor o mi aaya: "Dr. L aun^MtM^a* alttal U MIT. Mil. ft WU1 Nm itiakaw <t aUl Ta?Mlar> It taM ktM tn?ii|(> ( bf tkt rrMMI Mi tfea ag oOknnw of v imiraw ikil u?< i rm> tM i UMtl WWV "kail M be mMlM U until TwrwUf. engaa*d oa hi. report. chirr ? talmi anaming M? ipo4 ?a*i II* BMahtag tour km am to iM wtci aad it vtu ntaOf p\;Mic Koater moraine. Sec.iKary Whftnej ha* b?en able to fir- mi a ft* iter* work to Wa cwn, and although it wui aot t* a Ion* one It will be armal rtar* before u l? co-nptatal Hf mar. IWW. deri.ta to -wake I gM)C UN MtlctMl r* the ieport la ID printed form. Aa afeatract of tb re ?K of Lfee Mraau omcer* wa* muoiM f. t tag ?' otary by Prut feoiey at the Kar) Drpanaatat 1M r?Mrt ot tt? Atwawmwwai wm a* mi? public aa usual after the rrNMmtl 1 and the report of tfca ttrcrttmry of IM Traaaury hare 111 MIKW The Sew Tort WmrUl to aay aayai Tbeqaala* aad luianoua nMraw of cootneaiaaa *a Walter Pbelpa. at Tnaaack, K. J., narrowly ??. raped detraction fey tea laat aigbt. Bla taff* iM richly. urhiahi-d library oocapiaa ifte center of the am Boor of the how*. At Um farther end <4 Ibis Pbelpa wara la thla oily, fa# i _ ruabad up the chimney with the b(1*k wlau aa*. It M auppoae*, aat Ore to the oont I ankle the rhlro ?ay. Tfea waod outside caught fire and tha flaw* began to spfead Mia* I'he,pa raahed oat tor h?ln Heighten w?ra qaickiy laa'r" whtia a aenger on horse hum.4 to iM Buren, the ei-consul to Japan, fron alarm waaaant touie Hackenaack ftra ChMf Beat*. with ?u compantea of U?*?art with aiaertty. k wmrrka raoa in*no* raar bisJmim wtix mot aa am mrrn to win. A Mtagram to tha New Yam Mm from Philadeu phla. December 1. aay*: There la a WMe dlBirsar of opinion among aborting men aa to who will wtu tbe coming International prUe nght?rtmith or Kilraln. The feeling that Riiraia wtu aot be al lowed to win la strong anion* the local Kporta, and ihiahaH bean strengthened by a letter re crtvert from Daniel T. Doharty, a former Mdeii of thla city. Dofeerty Is the man who. oa Korem. ber 21. ahot and killed roi. Oeorg* m urthiiL of Rochester, la their lodging house in London. Tin men quarreled over a gambling d??bl. imbec r tud U??i **.:.no. tor which t.raham bam hit I. a L. Writing frucn bla lodging*. *" \roto?rn place, Kua aell square, London, a tew day* before be aho* tint, urn Liaui. Dolierty wave: "The smllto and EUrain fight cornea off before curlatmaa lb England. Booth wul aot loae. If be cannot win hi* party will make It a draw. Kllraln U .a no chance to win. Thla information la right. Aulllvaa his made a great Impression here wltb every one. Tliey will never lei aim Lb Ogut sullirnn. NulUraii will not mak> any utoney la thla <-ooaUT. He la badly manairrd When tui* letter wa* read to a number of abort ing lues to-day they all oolncidad in iMbartya ti?w? that KUriiln would not be allowed to wis la England, ami our ol 1 liem aaid: ?Kutliraii la a big chump lor ever arntnciat,'a b.ittle with MiirhelL Pony Moore, lilwheti'* laih-r-ln-law, ownn Lon don. you mar aar, and It HulUria er?r eniM* a ling with Mitchell he will aerr* bare a ohtuoe t? lick hla man. The 11 -ni may be maOi a draw t? sare Moore'a money. It he goea that t?r, bi t it la more likely to break up in a row iiefort the prta cipiea hare a chance to strike a blow/] LtoffAKb naorcR *irn n? Piroaca.?Mr*. Ida Ma>' uruyer ha& brought an nctiua In the *uprem? court in Sew Tor* f r Kbxo.uie <livoroe aralnM ber bunbaod, Lt-onurd Uro>er, the actor. Hrover was served with tbe paper* in r u>- net lot. remerday atTariora lloiei, jervy utr. UT^rutMoa New Yorx ?uu?, cuing to commit mem pupera which an-la tue bands of the sheriff ag.iln<tbim for contempt of court in disobey mj aa order of th? court to pay hi* w ire mlinony aud <-<einae| tee* in an action tor aeparailou. which aouie tlue ago decreed to her. Saved ix Sttte of IIiuhkij'.?A maa hinging to a narrow window.*!!!, hi - leei resi.ns on a I?o Inell ledge of atone, oret 70 feet nt>ne th> stoun C\ law UhIuw, was a sii;lit ihaL, a; Ualf-paHi J ?es rdi> inorii.ug, heid a bieatlne**. crowd if ntiy peittiie apelllMiund In front of (be t'ongmk* Kouta, od State street. Chicago. A patrol uagou waa calietl, and the pail<-e Iusl>e<l to the d<?>r Of hla room and found It kic.ed. Kmtaac<Kber uiudow tKOy as-ured tbe man they w< t-.ul break in tlia door and save hliu, wbeu be ue> lar?i If Uae> touched the door he wou.d juuip. A hook and liulder truck waa callwd awl tue jumping Anvaa t-pre.id below the window. Than udd< r? wire put up and. fighting like a tiger, the man waa r-acaed. Me was taken to th?* armory aad 1-cJck; up. Ma proved to he Jain<** IKirwood. the R;igitsh oatqr. who had been In Chicago about three week*, aad had been dnukln^- beavHj. His tnaablt v la at tributed to taat face Ha ATT* ACT KB DlCkkSa' AvTEcrm *.?<*. It. otm. aon, one ot the men killed by falilug down a mine ah all at Webb City, Mo., a few day a a?u. att rwiM Charles liicki-ns' attention to such an ett.-at nearly fony-six ycart. ago thai tha gn-at nuvellat hnunmi him with a |iatfe uoth-e ia hla --AUe ncan Notes.'' l?lck Ham son was the bHhy nnd hla uiuthertiie woman that .imu-<ed l?l? uw aoinu-u on tbe latlera event fill *-e?i.o?>ei tr.p irum Lout?> vllle to Mt. Louto in January . 1M1 ?ai .. Tat PaoinanioxirrK? The national committee of lb-- prohibition party, which haadecided to bold tue n.ittonai eonvenMon at luduuafio.i* ia tha first Wedn?-*day in Juue, l??H. t.?- 'mtile<l :n t al cago yeau-rday . uinier th'- ximuel A. Ulckey, pi??Casor of maitieinailoa in Albion < 'ot lege, Michigan, elected < U. li uiati Of Ike .ommilte? to fill the vscancy CSUSI-<1 by tie- death of tin la ft Jno. R. Plnc-h. Ills ddtl-* a* i-balrman w.ll r?qub? bin n-Uieiuent from the college, arid, lu view of that tact, his salary* a* fixed at FVMO j>?r *o lium. Tbe bead iuartcr* wil- be kept id ?tk aga lieu. CUnloo B. l ink, will probably be tbe Mil < dldate ot tue pal ly for I'rv.-jd.-at. Ksb ok the Bean Kstatv Coviw.?The robteat o\ -r t lie- admlnKnitorhhi.1 o. i. < . lie^r * e^i ,u, v.'^s eiideti at llouaaiii, le*^ ye*terd.iy lu the au. Binuii<-nt ot <L I'. Howard, ot um Antonio, llu nd wul be (.">110,0011. _ Notwithstanding the atnri^.nt police aurvto labi-e, f'*M If Ui .? aud other l-apan which print reports of mcei Iof st<p^r?v>eJ branebea of t lie National League are ireeiy circulated in ire. land. Lord Lyon*, late Engllah amb^aaador to Pari*, has Joined liteCnihoiK i hurcn. Ma,* or Hobto'ius, oi Provide.h*, K. L, elected yesterday. MAIIKItll. OAftr.IS8-MIM<. M. At l\>Mrr*aa atrart U f |?r Miar , uayuilM 1, leHi, l>> tie- |*dvr, D. W. Balm. Ma. U1CUAkj H UaMkl.Va. .1 W.?: Xuk luirtou.D. C.. to Miss 11)A A JlNli'H. ol Waahui^ tud. Ml. U. |M< 7 Biro. EMour Oa Thaiwlaj . D*i-??nbrr I, JM7. at 11 ft m.flri. MM. H IMoKi.la the ?event} ?trauih >?r ofLia^e. runer*lfmta 81. John'acharrh, at 5 |i.?? Buada). ai.hu 4. 7 KAUVEV. On Frt-Uy. Daoaabar U. 1KK7. at IS n_ Etl.lN M..Wli *M *ife uf W. Har? ?y an4 )i'UO<<wt ?laurniar of few. autl M A. Chaaa, aa*l twaaty-fvur ymra ?.iu alK niviatiw. N t..-r u( .uueral hareaftsr, ? MUbPT. CMABLtH HOUTT. aiity-two )wn fuurweii dava ai Uie 8.iMlcn' Home, kilawtM, au^ NaaaaAar JO. ihal.aii; -M a. m. Mai' L? raat la paarai Bis Paita* Ihaai. MASK Oa Thuraday D*n?ibar L IsaT. at 1:10 o'chs-k p JU.. OkJJtUtk. A MASK, la tki Ut| amiwr . Dnmiber 3, at two o'cfcjel p.m. from Us lata lalaiaw. MO haw Vork avanuc aarth M?KEDITH. Oa Dacambar L1M7, AKKTC MESA DITii. daaahtar ml Carubna Maradlth. awd BfUaa years. runl will tate plais fnu tt P?lTM ckwvk. *??' rdar, bacruthnr I, at a JO a.ml Ynrmim aaU mmmr na of at. Yiaoaut'aNocuHr arr wpai?tal?> uoiM * -ai !au Margaret and Knla MavaoMa. la the forty -Brat raar "paiMnl wtntakaplaeaaa Biiu Im sftiraan at .S iSaock fw-ia lar law rnHiuna. ll< B (Tcioek fruia (a> lata raaMaaaa. 110 D um walk weal, frt?ila atid aahUM tavxtwl hi ?*?! IT BTAKTOS. Oa Uai^atiihart. IM*?, aAarai ?a hla late India is. *?. 'MtVi M tar f iwaat, PBAXclb M aTAftloa. hj Gsz Tax Ban. TU OOMM um * ?07P?aa.av OrniM Or Oa Mc