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LOCAL MENTION. *
The Weather.
Por the District of Colombia. Marvland. snd
Virginia, rain Thursday; fair Fridav- slightly
colder; wind* shifting to westerly.
Pmcm Drop ix Drum Goou?. -Woodward
* Lothrop wUl offer to-morrow 50 pieces of 50
and .>2-inch all-wool English suitings. in checks,
?tripe* and plaid*, redoced from *1.25 and #1.50
to *1 per yard. The greatest bargain in fine
?wide dress goods yet offered.
Feud Frank.
' 1G06 14th street n.w.,
33"! Pcnii. avo. s.e..
_ _>ur r 4^ r
CHil.1V
Indies' v?,?. WMOV ,
Men^s Sewed Tipped Hook Bals. at $1.23.
Sen's Silk Embroidered Slippers at 49 cU.
Fob Bale.?A fine collection of minerals in
glass case. 1C19 K street northwest.
Douglass Emulsion is purer, more palatable
and cheaper than nine-tenths of the Emulsion
?old; price 75c. for a large bottle. For sale li
nearly all druggists and by the manufacturer,
Edw. P. Mertz. 1014 F street.
? m
BIO DBITE IS UPHoL'CTEKIXO GOOHS.
148 pairs portieres, *2; former price *2.50.
18 pairs portieres. 54.25; former price *5.
22 pairs portieres. *5.50; former price *f>.!V).
W pairs all-over effects, S*j.50; former price
7 pairs portieres. $18; former price S22.50.
3 pairs shelia portieres. *:t5; former price *50.
325 pairs lace curtains. *1.25; former price
11.75.
45 pairs laco curtains. *3.50; former price
vi' W.
19 pairs swiss lace. *7; former price *10.
13 pairs swiss lace. *15.25; former price *20.
6 pairs swigs lace. *32.50; former price *45.
8 pairs Brnssell lace. *22; form* r price *35.
5 pairs crete curtains. *?.75; former price ^0
55 screens. 4 folds, 5>? feet high. *3.50; for
mer price *5.
10 bamboo screens, satin panels. *4.50; former
jnce H.
We carry a fnll line Japanese novelties.
8 bamboo screen frame*. *2.
Wash B. Williams.
7th and D n. w.
Faret has moved to 1225 Pennsylvania ave.
Our Aim. ?
A better ralnc of clothing for less monevthan
any othi r dealer. Examine our 33.50 Child's
buita. Liseman Bros,. 7th aiul E streets.
Manufacturing Clothiers and Tailors.
One of th. *175 Orchestrons for 885. G. L
Wild A Baos.. 709 7th st.
Just Received 50<i New Hassocks, worth 50c.
and 73c.. for 25c. each. W. B. Moses Jt Sox,
11th and F streets.
Ir Yor Wast to be reminded of New York go
to Fussell's Cafe. 1425 New York ave. Every
thing good; everything cheap.
Douolas*' EmrLSiojTof Cod Liver Oil with
the Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda, is in
dorsed t>y the leading physicians.
New Stobe. New stock of wall-paper, pic
tures and picture-frames. B. J. Laws, 1427
Pa. avenue, formerly with Mr. W. H. Veerhoff.
Tisz Portraits. Kets Kemethy. 1109 Pa. ave.
Beduction IN Carpets!?2.000 vards best all
Wool Ingrain Carpets reduced to' 55c. per vard.
Wilton Body Brussels and Tapestry Bugs!
made up all sizes, less than any advertised list
of prices. Wash. B. Williams.
7th and D.
Evertthixo good can be had at Fussell's
Cafe, 1425 New York ave.
Electric Steam Lauxdbt, 1007 E st. n.w.
Shirts 10c.
ArcTios Sale everv evening, at 7 o'clock, at
Samstag A Co's.. 442 *nli st. n. w.
OrB Kfadt-Made Clothixo.
Absolutely Tailor Made. See our Wide Wale
Coat and Vest, at *13.50.
Eisema^ iiu-.s.. 7th and E streets.
Manufacturing Clothiers and Tailors.
Go TO C. A. Muddtmas. 1206 F street, for Gas
Fixtures and Rochester Lamps.
Douglass' Emulsion will cure lung troubles
general debility and wasting diseases.
Reduced Prices is FurxrrrBE.?Just re
ceived one hundred Windsor Folding Beds, if:
all woods, at different prices. One car-load
Antique Chamber Furniture to be sold at bot
tom prices.
Pablob SriTEs.
We make a specialty in prices. Furniture of
every description can be lonnd at mv stores to
meet any advertised list.
t all and examine my stock and prices before
purchasing elsewhere.
Leather Seat Oak Dining-Boom Chairs re
duced to *30 dozen.
Wash. B. Williams.
7th and D sts. n.w.
CITY AM) DISTRICT.
amusements TO-mout.
National.?'*A Hole in the Ground."
Albauoh's.?"The Dark Secret."
PaSomama. -"Battle of Shiloli."
W :llari> Hall. ?Prof. Carpenter.
Kebsas's.? Variety.
Habbw'.?"Ollie Bedpath."
Chcbch or OrB Father.?Concert and read
ings.
COXDKXSKI) LOCALS.
T. T. Houston has tiled a petition for letters
of administration on the estate of John H.
Houston, who died in February. 1*70. Peti
tioner alleges that the late administrator failed
to enforce a claim due by Truxton 1). Beak
secured by deed of trust. Notice was directed
to issue.
About 10 o'clock last night one of the awn
lng-i over a fifth-story window of th.- Corcoran
building. 15th street and Pennsylvania avenue,
was set on tire, it is supposed, by a roman
candle. Th.- lire was_ extinguished by an ope
rator of the \\ esteru L uion telegraph company.
Missionary Meeting atEhphasv Church. ?
A special mi-Monary meeting was held last eve
ning at Epiphany church. The attendance whs
not large, own.* to the fact that m:?nv of tho
members of the missionary council of the
Protestant Kpi?coi>alchurcii had already started
fur home, aud others weri being ent. r'-u'iv- J
elsewhere. Bishop Whipple preside 1 Vd
dresses were made by Bishop Talbott and
Bishop Brewer, missionary bi-hops in Wvon.uc
and Montana territories respectively, and Key.
Mr. Roberts. ot Missouri.
Masonic Election.?At the annual com
mumcaiu>n of the Grand Lodge. J . a. A. M
of the District of Columbia, h-. !d at Ma-oric
Temple last eveniug. the following .,ili., .> ?ere
elected for the ensuing year: Harrison Ding
rnan. grand master; Jam. v. Sample, det.utv
grand master; Thos. F. Oi!>bs. p. niJr grand
warden; 1 red. O. Alexander, jun.or grand
warden: W. lL Singl.-ton. grand secretary; C.
C. Duncan son. grand trraaurcr; Joseph llani
ach. r. grand It ctur. r; !;, v. C. 15. Smith, grand
chaplain; L. C. Williamson. grand marshal;
ii< ur> S. Mcrrul. ?cin*jr gruiul D (*
Dixon, junior gr..nd d. on; l;.,bt Bill, -rand
sword bearer; O. W. Laird, grand pursuivant;
J. 31. JufgU *ton. aK*m<>r grand ftewnrd; J. F
Blackmar. junior gr ind *ie^ \rd; Th.j^ j
Wards, grand tiler; Dr. Bob t B. Donaldson
corporator.
Death or a Well-Kx .ws C;tizes. Mr.
Howard L. Hyatt, a tiiu in the citv posc
oftice. Uird at his r. -id. ikc. li>7 K stri. t north
wjtst. yesterday. Mr. Hyatt w. nt into the i.o ;t
oflk e when <juite a youth, and wh< n lie died
was assist. rit Miperintelul- lit of the registry
dnisiou. lie had been ill for several months
of a cancerous Affection of the stomach, and
*a? it ifr. at Biirf. ri r. but bore hi* atttiction with
resignation, lie leaves a widow -a da.ight* r
Mr. Koln rt liitll aud one child. Fur years
past he had been a member of the couirreiri.
tion of W?? ley ( L.ipe 1 M. K. church and a mcm
ber of Dawson I.od?e of Masons. The funeral
will uke place from his late r. sidence. No. 107
n"i^rct t"rU'Wtst- a'- -i ?? o'clock to morrow
and the in term, nt mil be at the Congressional
cemetery.
From the Battle-kieli*. Major J. H
Btine. of th. r gist, r of the Treasury''s office.
1* vng^td ui in.iVtn^ m novel and interesting
Collection, namely: Branches of trees that
have a historical value because they irrew ou
some of the great battle-fields on which the
question of union or secession was settled
Major Sttee has just received from a friend in
>irginia sum.- cedars from Mine ltun. nines
from Chaucellorsville. cedars from Hancock's
winter quarters in 18fe3-'64 near Steveusburir
and cedars from Slaughter's mountain.
Attextiox is called to the trustees' sale of
?ery valuable building lots fronting the Capitol
grounds, on North B street, between New Jer
sey avenue and 1st street west, and on Arthur
Place, in same square, to take place tomorrow
afternoon at 4 o'clock p.m. Property in this
locality is being rapidly improved, an.l'this sale
presents an excellent opportunity for specu
lative investment or to secure building site for
use. See the advertisement.
Attbactit* Auction Sale.?Mr. Dowling will
?ell to-morrow at 11 o'clock at his auction
rooms, a choice consignment of objects of art
In Bronze. Porcelain. Brass, Elegant Screens
M>d Mosaic work, which is well worthy the
stteatlou of parties seeking fine decorations.
HIS CHECKERED CAREER.
The Much-Married Prisoner Newman,
alius De Hughes.
RRAJCEKAK. LAWTER ASD PREACHER?PART OF
HIS EXPERIENCES AS PKEACHER AND MARRY
150 *0-THE 8 TORT TOLD Bt AX EX-PHI LA
DELPHIAN.
SeTerai of ths women who answered the
"personal" advertisement of Marion D. New
man. who is now in jail on a charge of false
pretenses, hare requested the return of their
letters, an ] they will probably be accommo
dated. One of them has been notified that she
can have her letters by calling at police head
quarters* for them. She is past thirty-fire
years old. The large number of such letters
have been assorted, and none of them will be
made public except those Pent by the prisoner
to Mrs. Kate Smith, the only victim who made
complaint against him.
toe prisoner's wivls.
This morning the detectives received a letter
from the Philadelphia authorities giving the
information that the prisoner's wife?Mary De
Hughes?is now living in Anberry Place. She
was married to the prisoner in 1968. This the
officers think is wife No. 1. A woman in Nash
ville they think is wife No. 2. Rud the Indianap
olis woman they think is his latest wedded wife.
1 roni information received the officers now
believe that the prisoner's right name is Dallas
11. De Hughes, and that Sinclair and Newman
are his assumed names. Last evening a resi
dent of this city, who formerly lived m Phila- I
delphia, visited police headquarters and iden
tic d a picture of the prisoner as being that of
Dallas M. De Hughes, formerly of the Quaker
city. To make sure this gentleman gave a
sample of handwriting which he said would
correspond w ith that of the prisoner. The lat- 1
tei- s sermons and letters were produced, and
the similarity of the handwriting was clearly
established. The citizen mentioned further
stated that the prisoner was in his employ in
Philadelphia in 1870. but he knew him long be
fore that time. He gave from his recollection
the following
BRIEF HISTORT OF THE PRISONER:
"Do Hughes was married in Philadelphia
about 1868 or 1869. In 1870 he lived at No. 713
Webb street. In the latter part of the same
year he went west, but did not take his wife
with him. lie returned to Philadelphia and
November 6. 1871, he went to work as a brake- j
mun on the Chestnut Hill freight line, and was
then boardiug at No. 711 Wood street. His
wife was not then living with him. but was sew
ing at the Soldiers' Orphans' Home, on 22d
street above Brown. She worked there until
July. 1871. when she returned to her mother in
Beading. Pa. In June, 1871, she visited No.
713 Webb Btreet. her former home, and then
stated that her hnsband was studying law."
AS A TREACHER.
"About 1874 De Hughes entered the Maine
M. E. conference. Three years later he entered
the New Jersey conference by transfer from
the Maine conference. At the conference held
in 1880 De Hughes represented that his wife
was a?invalid and needed medical attendance, 1
nnd requested that he be stationed near l'hila- ;
delphia. He was then (in 1880) appointed to j
the church at Cinnaininson, Burlington county.
New Jersey, near Camden. One year later lie
was reappointed to the same church. In
August of that year he left Cinnaininson, aban
d.A<l the woman who was then his wife, and
ran off with another woman. On the boat
going from Camden to Philadelphia lie pre
tended that he jumped overboard, and caused
a report that he had committed suicide to be
extensively circulated. March 10. 1882. he was
expelled from the New Jersey conference."
itev. Dr. Perry, of New Jersev. who is now
in the city, also remembers De Hughes as hav
ing been connected with the New Jersey con
ference.
Thieves in a Stationery Store.
THEIR BtSOUSO ATTEMPT TO OPES A SAFE.
Sometime during Tuesday night the sta
tionery store of Miller & Herbert, No. 1417
Pennsylvania avenue northwest, was entered
by thieves aud robbed of about *3 in small
change and a couple of handkerchiefs which
had been left in the store by a customer. The
entrance was effected from the rear by the
thief climbing through a narrow transom.
After getting in the store he opened the rear
door. The drawers about the store were
searched, but no money was secured except a
small amount from the cash drawer. Two
handkerchiefs were taken from a satchel. Dis
appointed at his small hanl the thief seems to
have gone to work in a bungling manner to
break open the safe by blows on the door with
the iron rod which fastens it. The only result
was that paint was scratched from the safe
door and several slight dents made. The safe
is in the rear of the store, behind a partition.
The gas in that part of the store was lighted,
but in the trout portion of the store there was
no light.
About four weeki^ ago the store of Abram
Minster, dealer in gents' furnishings, adjoin
ing Miller 4 Herbert s book store, was entered
by removing a shutter from the rear door and
then reaching through a broken pane of glass
to the leek and bolt. The store was ransacked,
and f2.8l taken foom tfie cash drawer. It is
supposed that both robberies were committed
bv the same person or persons. Thcv were
evidently not the work of professional thieves,
but most likely of boys. There were many
articles of value in both stores, but nothing
was missing from either except money,
A Candidate for the (iullowfi.
ALBERT GREEN CONVICTED OF THE MCRDER OF
JAMES IXCAR.
In the Criminal Court. Judge Montgomery,
yesterday, the trial of Albert Green, indicted
for the murder of James Lucas. September 12,
1*87. by cutting him in the abdomen, was con
tinued after the report in Tue Star closed. 1
Messrs. Lewis and Browning mad? the argu
luents for the defense.claiming that tho killing
was iu a mutual ti^ht. and that it was fair to
presume that. Lucas b- in;* on top ofOreen.the
cut was then inflicted. ami if guilty of anvtlnug
i; was of m inslaughter. Mr. Lipscomb, for the
government, argued that the ease was one of
murder.
The court charged the jury and they retired
at 5:20 o'c Six k. At 7 45 o clock thev returned a
verdict of "gailtr as indicted." Green betrayed
uo emotion whatever on the reception of "the
verdict or when the jury was being polled.
The Wants of Mt. Pleasant.
To thf tlitor of The I'vtsiso Ktati;
How is it. or why is it. that the Commission
ers pay no attention to the needs of the tax
pavers on Kenesaw avenue. Jit. Pleasant'/
A sidewalk on one side of said street, between
14tli and K'-th streets, would accomodate some
th rty families and about one hundred and i
fifty pedestrians. It is not an unusual sight to '
m e teachers and scholars on this street, going
to and from thi 'liool-house. wading in mud
thre. ..lid lour inches deep. Said school lioiue
i*1 within a ? ton* s throw of about a dozen lino
new r' >idences erected during the pact year,
it 'nl all t itlier on or near and contributory to
Kenesaw avenue.
It is ; well-known fact that Mt. Pleasant is
one of Washington's finest suburbs, and from
i Datum of ?'.i:i<^ always will be. If the
Commissioners will inform themselves a little
iv.or to the wants of this section, and es
l ?.c..dly do Justice to the property owners be
twe> u : ;ti: and 15th streets on Kenesaw avenue,
it will i t highly appreciated. Not a dollar has
? vei ? n spent on this street by theCommission
. i -. Snade trees ought to be planted, and if the
,rrade w, s < stablished, property owners would
l? pl? a*ed to put out trees ut their own ex
peiise. c.
Transfers of Keul Estate.
Deeds in fee have been filed as follows:
H. T. 1 Vttit to B. H. Waruer, lots C, 8 to 10. 12.
I.iock !?; 16, J8, so 22. 2G. block 5. Navlor Farm;
-n 1(- 15;,Wrl?t!t ,0 J- w- Payne, lot 4. block
io. J. .v Is. :> sub. Pleasant Plains; ('500. L.
M( Kelizie to Elizabeth Clement, part 5, so.
'ii: John Alinv to Job Harris, lot 12. so.
loi; 21)5.40. O. 31. Bryant to S. Norris Thorne,
pt. 1. sq. 525; *2.200. E. K. Kbert to Job Bar
n.trd. trustee, lot 1 sq. 1052: Job Barnard
trustee, to P. It. Kbert. et al., same property;
? ? D. L. t ariuichuel to Catherine W. Clarke,
pt. J, sq. tt?3; *3.150. Auua M. Ktiehliiig to
C. T. Kuppert. jit. 6. sq. 44tf; $2,500. J S
Swcrmstedt to Elizabeth II. Schenck. sub m
sq. 1003; *1.475. 1>. M. 0?den to It. W. Tvler
et al.. lot 1 and pt. 2of sq. 113; ?1,018.69. JSIUK.
Clarke to C. W. King. pt. C. 512; *;?*).
Lucy A. Knowlton et al. to D. Knowlton. pt 17
sq. ti'J3. Heirs of C. Stuckhardt to D. T Dono^
hue lot 11. sq. *>6; W. F. Mattingjv to H
M. Jacobs et al.. lot 31, sq. 287. Marv'Tavlor
to C. W. King. pt. 6. sq. 512; *300.' H. O
Bailey to W. E. Mattingly et al.. executors, pt.
24, sq. 1004; j1?. W. F. Mattingly et al. to H
O. Bailey, pt. 25. do.; B." E. Kellv to
Emma A. Badey. pt. 24. do.; 7
The Till Faxily gave a unique musical en
tertainment at Congregational churchlast night
opening the Star course for the season The
members of tho troupe played in a skillful man
lier oil several curious instrument*, including
wtiat is called the -rock harmonican, "construct
t d of pieces of stone of various sues; the oca
rina, a I'ompeiian instrument made of clay; the
gigilera, a Swiss instrument, and the musical
glawtes. In addition there were vocal numbers
by the Misses 1 ill. Altogether the evening was
rery pleasantly spent by the audience.
MILITARY TACTICS.
Practical Infractions for the Officers of
tbe National Guard.
is Time or peace prhpare roa war?how to
QUELL A BIOT? DEFENSE Or PCBLIO AND PRI
VATE FBOPEBTT IX CASK OF AS ATTACK BT A
XOB.
At tbe National Guard headquarters last
night a number of the officers met to hear read
the letters which had been sent in by some of
them fh answer to tho problems submitted to
them some time since by Gen. Ordway regard
ing the suppression of riots and defense of the
Treasury Department and of the property of
tbe Baltimore and Potomac railroad, in case
of an attack by a mob.
There was a diagram of the B. and P. depot
and its surroundings sketched upon the black
board by Gen. Ordway, who referred to it by
way of explanation during the reading of the
letter*.
SK1XAL COUPS SCOOESTIOS9.
The flr?t paper read was that of the signal
corps. It did not relate to any of the problems
submitted, but contained suggestions of how
communications could be established between
different telegraph sections of the city in case
of the cutting of telegraph and telephone wires
by a mob. The paper proposed to establish a
central signal station at the State, War and
Navy departments, with relays in different
sections of the city. The paper also proposed
that several tried and trnsty men be detailed
from the corps to go armed, in citizens'clothes,
among the rioters and learn their strength, in
tentions and other important matters and com
municate them by the waving of a Hag. a hat
or a coat.
DEFENSE or THE BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAIL
ROAD.
One of Gen. Ordway's problems was:
?'In cose of public tumult or riot, it being
deemed advisable to guard the property of the
Baltimore and Potomac railroad company, and
being ordered to perform that duty", what
would you do? Describe what you would do
in each of the following rases to provide for
defense against an apprehended attempt by a
mob: 1. To destroy or render impossaolo tho
railroad bridge across tho Eastern branch.
U. To destroy the navv-yard tunnel. 3. 'lip de
stroy the round-house and locomotives at the
corner of (ith street and Virginia avenue. 4. To
destroy tho freight depot on Maryland avenue.
5. To destroy or render impassable tho Long
bridge."
A good many answers to this problem were
received from National Guard officers, which
were discussed and commented upon at some
lenglh.
DEFENSE OF THE TREASfBV.
Another problem was the defense of the
Treasury building in case of an attack by a
mob. But few answers were received to this.
The papers read last night were compli
mented by Gen. Ordway. The names of the
authors in etery ease were withheld.
It is the intention of Gen. Ordway to con
tinue tho reading of tho answers to "the prob
lems as they are received. They will then be i
discussed among the officers until an agree
ment is reachcd as to the best plan.
The next meeting of the school of officers
will be held on the 2Sth instant, when the dis
cussion will be resumed. At this meeting Cwl.
Bigelow will deliver a lecture.
Crwors Coins for tue National Museum.? !
Mr. William T. Bice, United States consul at
llorgen, Switzerland, has recently presented to
the United States national museum about fifty
ancient and modern coins, chiefly of eastern
countries, including some of the rare silver
hook-money used in Ceylon more than a cen
tury ago. some gold and silver fannms of India;
the gold pagoda money of India; the rix dollar
of Ceylon; Japanese gold and silver pieces, and
rare copper coins of Sarawak. North Borneo,
French Cochin China, Hiuda-Pertia and Ma
homedan India.
An Amateur Photographic Outfit is wanted.
See advertisement under ''Wanted Miscella
neous."
So Awfully Kiinny.
From the Boston Transcript.
Look at that drunken man! Isn't it awfully
funny to see him reeling along the street, now
on this side and now on the othe'r? There he
goes kerslam against that lamp-post! It's
enough to make one die of laughter! Hello!
he has fallen flat into the gutter! See him
wallow in the mud! Isn't it excruciatingly
diverting?
Hear him talking parrot-like, unmeaning non
sense! It's as good as a play! What exquisite
humor iu his thick, incoherent utterance! Did
you ever hear anything half so funny?
Just watch his eyes ! How wild they look !
If one did not know he was only drunk, one
might think him u madman. Great fun, isn't
it?
Wonder if he's going home! His wife is
probably waiting for him. What fun to see
her when ho tumbles into th?- house! How
laughable to see the tears fall from litr
streaming eyes! How diverting to scan her
iiinehtd face, with Its look of anguish and
long suffering. Perhaps she thinks, as she
sees him to-niglit, of the bright, clean and
handsome young mau who won her heart not
so many vears ago! And now look at the con
trast! That sodden face, those torn and soiled
clothes, that meaningless jargon, this wreck of
a man! Isn't it jolly?
Look at the scant supper that is spread upon
the table! The woman and her little ones aro
evidently suffering from want of proper food!
The money which should succor them goes into
the rum-dealer's till; the money which Hhouhl
buy them decent and comfortable clothing is
offered up to the demon drink! It's enough to
split one's sides. It's too funny for anything!
And see his little children! How they hide
a way in corners and behind anything that
offers to escape his observation! Ah! he sees
little Tommy now! See him chasing the little
fellow around the room! Will he hit him with
that bottle? Yes?no! his wife has caught hold
of his coat tails! I{;u ha! Ho is dragging her
along after him! See! he has turned upon her!
He hit* her with the bottle! See how the
blood flows from that gash on her forehead!
How still she lies! he has killed lier!
See the children as tlicy gather about their
dead mother! Look at their scared faces! Hear
their moans and sobs! And look at him, their
father! S?e his dazed, idiotic stare! Hark!
Somebody's at the door! It is the police. They
drag him off to the jail! Think of the morrow
when lie comes to himself! Think of the or
phaned children! Oh, yes, there is nothing
m this world half so funny as a drunken man.
No wonder we laugh at him as he pitches along
the street! ?
*?*
Information bus been received that tho
southern Utes and the Indian commission, who
have been in council for the past two days,
have agreed upon the terms ot a treaty and
that the L'tes commenced signing the treaty
last evening.
There were thirty-four new cases of yellow
fever and two deaths in Jacksonville yesterday.
Two new cases are reported from Gainesville.
During the absence of Mrs. Knecht from her
home at Plvmohth. Pa., yesterday morning, the
building caught Are from an r xploding lamp,
and two children. John, aged four, and Fannie,
fourteen months, were burned to death.
31 rs. Jason?"Jehiel, was there ever any such
person as the fool-killer?"
Mr. Jasou?"What idiotic questions yon do
ask. How the dickens do I know? I* never
met him."
Mrs. Jason-"-"Oh, I know that!"?Ttrrv HmUe
Express.
City man?"Is this locality healthy?"
Countryman?"Healthy? You "bet we're
healthy. We 'vc got ter be. Thero ain't a
doctor within 40 miles."?1'hiladi'lphia ltecord.
"Pa." asked the small boy, "what is a
heroine?"
"Your mother is a heroine," replied the
parent."
"How a heroine?"
"Why, she married your father when his in
come was only *300 a year?and she knew it."
Xorritlovn Ilt-raUL
Fond mother?"Well, Harold, how are you
succeeding at college?"
Harold?"The professor says I am getting
well up ill figures. '
"Indeed?"
"Yes; I used to be seventh in my class, and
now I stand sixteenth. Oh, I'm pushing ou."
Yatikve UUitle.
"Physician, heal thyself!" is an injunction
promulgated centuries ago, and now some of
the older practitioners are pretty well liecled.?
Tiw Idta.
Royal
Baking
Powder,
Absolutely Puiuc.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
strength and wholeaoineness. More economies! than
the ordinary kinds, sud cannot be sold in competition
with the multitude of low tt?t, short weight, alum or
phoaphat* powdsrs. Sold onip in can*. I'.otal Bakjn'o
Powdcb Co.. lOtf Wall (t. N. Y.
From Rorkrlllr.
COCKT MATTE BR?A T0V\0 MAX DBOWNKD?A
. PROMINENT RESIDENT HTRICKKN WITH PARAX"
VS18?POLITICAL CELEBRATIONS.
CoiTMivuOeiK-e of The Evrxrto Star.
Rocktiluc, Mb., Not. 14, 1888.
In the circuit court now in session here since
Monday morning no business of any special
importance has been transacted. A number of
witnesses have been summoned before the
grand jury, a largo proportion of whom will
give evidence in cases of violation of the local
option law. Among those in attendance at
! court is Edward WV.tkins. who shot and killed
Edward Trail last spring on bis father's farm,
near Middlebrook. lie is looking well and ap
pears to be in good spirits in regard to the
matter. No indictment has yet been found in
this case by the grand jury, and Watkins is still
under *1.500 bail, his father beiug his surety.
Clinton Thomas. & young man from Loudoun
county. Va.. wasdrownedin the Potomac river,
opposite Seneca stone quarries, a few days ago.
He and his father were employed at the quar
ries, and in attempting to cross the river in a
small boat, it sank, aud the young man waft
drowned. The father's life was saved by Mr.
Michael Wallace, who went to his assistft&ce.
Thu body has since been recovered.
Mr. Nathan Cooke Dickcr*on, an old and
prominent citizen of the county, was yesterday
evening stricken with paralysis at the railroad
station here while waiting for the train. He
was placed on the cars uud taken to the borne
of his son-in-law, Air. Frank Griffith, at Bealls
ville. His body did not aptiear to be much
affected, but he was rendered entirely speech
less.
The funeral of Mrs. Nannie Warfield. who
died here suddenly on Monday last, took place
to-day at the llociville cemetery. The serv
ices were conducted by llev. lir. Power, of
Washington.
Mr. Spencer Watkins and family, of Betliesda,
have removed to Washington for the winter.
The republicans of this county will celebrate
their recent victory at the most prominent
points during this "week. The celebration at
this place will take place on Thursday night.
Mr. J. Heath Dodge, of Betliesda. a clerk in
the War department, has gone to Northumber
land county, Va., for a week's hunting. He is
considered one of the best wing shots in the
county. 8. A. M.
Sarah Holcombe, of Mount Pleasant, N. J.,
has just entered upon the ninety-ninth year of
her age. Her health is good, and she bids fair
to complete the 100th year. She is the last sur
vivor of a family of thirteen children.
A prominent citizen of I?unbertville, N. J.,
as the result of a wager on Cleveland's success
with st republican of Stockton, will grind a
hand organ for several hours in the public
streets and solicit the usual organ grinder s con
tribution. The proceeds will go for the benefit
of the grand army.
Miss Lennie Lengcl, aged seventeen, of Leb
anon. Pa., and ;t traveling book agent, giving
his name at some places as Charles E. Willet
and at others as C. H. Stevens, eloped from
Lebanon and went to Heading to get married,
hut were arrested. The young woman was
taken home and her companion locked up.
A warrant for the'extradition of De llaum,
the New York forger, has been issued at Ottawa.
(J A T A It R U
Is a complaint which affects nearly every body, mora or
less. It originates in a cold, or succession of colds,
combined with Impure blood. Dismrrotable flow from
the nose, tickling in the throat, offensive breath, pain
over and between the eyes, riutfiDf and bursting noises
in the ears, are the more common symptoms. Catarrh
is cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla, which strikes directly
at its cause by removing all impurities front thu blood,
building up the diseased tissues and giving healthy
tone to the whole system.
STUFFED-CP FEELING.
"For several years I hav# been troubled with that
terribly di?lgrve?ble disease, catarrh. I took Hood's
Sarsupanlla with the very best results. It cured mo of
that continual dropping in uiy throat, and stufled-up
feeling. It has also hcl|<ed my mother, who has taken
it for run down state of health and kidney troubls. I
recommend Hood's Harsararilla to all as a rood medi
cine." MRS. S. D. HEATH, 1'utuaui, Conn.
FOR 20 YEAES.
"For'J.I years I have beeu troubled with catarrh in
the head, indigestion, and treueral debility. 1 con
cluded to try a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla, and it did
me so much (rood that I continued its uso till I have
taken live bottles. My health has greatly improved,
and I feel like a different woman." MRS. J. B. ADAMS,
8 Richmond street, Newark, N. J.
X. II.?Be sure to get
HUOD'S SARSAPARILLA
Sold by all druggists. $l;six for$.V Prepared only
by C. I. HOOD A: CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
100 DOSES ONE DOLLAR. 1
Fighting For Cash Trade.
Wonderful Larva in*; Valuable J*re*enti.
HEXB1ETTA CLOTH sl'ITINU. all pure, flue.
Fretu ii wool. ue*rlgy*rd aud a-ha'Jwide; wonderful
cash bargains; ciilv f?Oc.; real value, $1.
IH)U1JLE WHITE WOOL BLANKETS, innnense
si7.p. slightly imperfect: jJT-J.50, $3,75.
COI.OKJ 1) SII.K PU SHES, Ml, 7,V-J|1
BLACK. SILKS, excellent quality, f?U. 7.>. 87c., $1.
ROYAL FRENCH DIAGONAL SEKOE, aii pure,
fine French wool, wi?** double width, ail colors; real
value reduced to 'i7Kc.
J, A l>I EH1 BROADCLOTH, yard aud a half vide, pure
wool, ail colors; actuul value $1, reduced to 87J**\
i> tl'HLI. BLANKETS, immense size, extra heavy,
finest quality, pun wool; $5, $tj, $8.
CASH Cl'STOMERH will select one of the following
presents with u purchase of $">: A Pair of Silk Kui
tiroidered Corsets, worth 75c.; lialf Dozen tine Ddiuask
Liuen Napkins, worth 75c., or a pair ot Elegant
Dainu.-k Towels, worth $1.
CARTERS,
711 MARKET SPACE, NEAR 7in JT.
Next door to the boston Variety Store,
WONDERFUL CASH BARGAINS.
HANDSOME CL<)TII_PLAIDS, yard and a half wide,
pure wool; cash value 7.V., reduced to 50c.
BLACK \STRAK.\N CL< >TU, excellent quality; $1,
HENRIETTA CASII.MERES, extra wide, double
Width, pure wool, real value r?Uc., reduced 4"?c.
HENRIETTA CASHMERES, very finest quality,
nearly oti- yard ami a halt wide, pure wool, all colors;
actual value $1, reduced to H4c.
Cash Customers will select one of the following
r resents with a purchase of 410. One Dozen Fine
hnnusk Linen Napkins, worth ^1.50; Two Pairs of
Eh -' ti;t Damask Towels, worth a Lan?e-size Ilsnd
sorne BridaKjmlt, wqgthI1.5Q. nolo
Follies Of Thf. Times.
WE DON'T KNOW, BUT YOU BET ON THE
ELECTION, AND HAD TO PAY MONEY TOO
COULD ILL-AFFORD TO SPARE.
WASN'T IT A FOLLY TO TAKE SUCH
CHANCES?
IF YOU ARE A LOSER BY THE RECENT
ELECTION, ARE THERE NOT A HUNDRED
AND ONE THINGS OCCUR TO YOU FOR
WHICH YOU COULD HAVE JUDICIOUSLY
EXPENDED THE MONEY YOU GAMBLED
AWAY IN YOKING A WISH AND AN
OPINION?
THERE ISN'T A LOSER OR A WINNER
OF SUCH BETS WHO WON'T READILY
CONCEDE THAT THE WHOLE PROCEDURE
WAS UNMITIGATED FOLLY.
WELL, THERE ARE OTHER FOLLIES
NOT ALWAYS HO PALPABLE PERHAPS.
IT'S FOLLY TO DEPRIVE YOUR FAMI
LIES OF STOVES, CARPETS, CHAMBER
AND PARLOR SUITES,OR HOUSEFURNISH
ING GOODS OF ANY KIND. BECAUSE YOU
HAVEN'T ALL THE MONEY IN HAND TO
PAY CASH DOWN. WE SAY IT'S FOLLY,
BECAUSE OUR CREDIT PLAN 18 ONE YOU
WOULD EMBRACE AT ONCE IF YOU
UNDERSTOOD IT.
THEN IT'S FOLLY NOT TO CALL AND
EXAMINE OUR GOODS AND TERMS.
AGAIN. IT'S A DISASTROUS^ FOLLY.
WHEN YOU DO KNOW OUR TERMS. NOT TO
LIVE UP TO THEM. MORE DISASTROUS
FOR YOU THAN FOR US. v
BUT THERE IS NO FOLLY CAN EQUAL
THAT OF DEPRIVING YOUR FAMILIES
AND ROBBING YOUR HOMES OF SIMPLE
COMFORTS, FOR THE SAKE OF INDULG
ING A MANIA FOR BETTING.
HOUSE * HERRMANN'S
CASH AND CREDIT HOUSE,
021 AND H23 SEVENTH STREBT N.W.,
AND 030 MASS. AVENUE.
CITY ITEMS.
Golden-Hatr Waak, guaranteed to bleach:
in any quantity to rait. Kolb* P harm hot.
7th and E ?to. 16,17*
The Great Atlantic
And
Pacific Tea Compact.
Importer* and Retailer*,
603 7th itreet,
And
1630 14th street n.w.
3104 M street. Georgetown,
will continue daring the week to gire a hand
some panel card entitled "The People'* Favor
ite." sue 11x17, handsomely mounted on heavy
card-board.
Thi* handsome panel is such a beautiful sub
ject that it has only to be seen to be admired.
It is the finest specimen of lithographic work
ever produced, executed in 18 oil color*. It is
the acme of lithography, and is worthy of a
place in the parlor of any household in the
country.
These panel* are to be givan away to all pur
chasers of 60 cents' worth of Teas, Coffees, or
Baking Powders during the week.
Fine Coffees at 30. 22.36 and 38c. Oar Teas
and Coffees are always fresh, and we guarantee
to give satisfaction or money refunded.
We receive fresh-roasted Coffee every two
days; therefore we have fresh goods on hand
at all times. All we ask is on* trial, and we
know our goods will speak for themselves.
Consumers can save from 20 to 30 per cent
by baying their Teas. Coffees, Sugars and Bak
ing Powders from us.
Coffee ground fresh while waiting by aid of
onr new Electric Motor.
Our 8-o'clock Breakfast Coffee at 26 cents per
pound is the best, cheapest and most economi
cal in the market.
Drink Thea Nectar,
Pure Chinese Tea,
will suit all tastes; the standard Tea of the
United States. Sold at 60c. per pound. Present
with every pound.
Great reductions in all grades of pure Sugars.
Now is the time to buy.
The best Standard Granulated Sugar at 8c.
per pound.
The best Standard A Sugar at 7J^c. per
pound.
The best White Extra C Sugar at 7c. per
pound.
The best Light C Sugar at Gl^c. per pound.
The best Cut Sugar at 8}'*c. per pound.
The best Powdered Sugar at 8\c.
Handsome presents in the way of Crockery,
Glassware, etc.. given to all purchasers of our
fine Teas and Coffees. We also give checks
with every 25 cents' worth of Tea. Coffee aud
Baking Powders.
Rexexbeu Oca Stores:
603 7th street northwest; 1620 14th street
northwest; 3104 M street. Georgetown; 58, 5'J
and 60 Center Market; 92 Western Market; 8
and 9 O street Market; 101 Northern Liberty
Market.
NvTvrros H. Bowman,
Manager.
Imported Ray lium reduced to 25o. nud
50c. foe half )>ints and pints. Kolb's Phar
macy. 7tli aud E sts. 3
Rlixir Bubck, a Positive Cure for Malaria,
Fever aud Ague. For sale by all druggists,
50c. u bottle, 3 for $1.25. 3
Use Anchor Brand Coffee and no other.lm
The Only Black Hosiery that will not
crock, grow rusty or turn green, bears the
trade mark of Smith A AngelL Every pair
warranted to give satisfaction after wearing or
money refunded. A complete assortment of
ladies', children's and gents'. Sold only by
Woodward A Lothrop. tu.th.s
Domestic Sewlug Machine Office, 7tli A II.
An Kxtended Popularity. Brown's
Bronchial Troches have for many years been
the most popular article in use for relieving
Coughs aud Throat troubles. eo-3
Royal Glue mends broken dishes, chairs, eo
Peerless Dyes
Are the best. Sold by druggists. eoly
Phillips* Digestible Cocoa
Furnishes nutriment and adds digestion, leo
For a cough or cold you cannot find a better
remedy than Br. Bull's'Cough Syrup. 4
Dixon's Yeast Powder always reliable. 3m
Look Xo \ our Own Interests
And Buy Your Medicine of
V. 8. WILLIAMS & CO?
DRUGGISTS,
Under Masonic Teraple,
Corner Ninth and F Street* Northwest.
Our stock of Drugs.Chemicals, and Patent Medicine*
is the largest of any Retail Store iu the city. Yon ere
always sure of jretting them pure aud fresh, as we deal
directly with the manufacturer* and can save you
money, as shown by the following partial list.
Th? best Triple Extracts :u hulk ooc. per ounce.
QUININE.
1 dozen l-|rrain Capsule* 3o.
1 dozen "-frnin Capsules 5c.
100 'J-graiu Capsules 40c.
1 dozeu 3-graln Capsules 7c.
100 3-gralu Capsules 55c.
1 dozen 5-graiu Capsules .* I'-3c.
100 5-graln Capsules. WOc.
100 grains Quinine, Powers & Weiglituian 20c.
Red. Reg.
Price. Price.
Allcock's Porou" Plaster* 1" 15
Ayer's Sarsai>arilia t>9 1 00
Ayer's Hair Vigor 58 7->
Ayer's Carthartic Pills 15 -??
Boviuine, small 45 00
Boviuine, large ?... 70 100
Bull's Cough Syrup 18 2;?
Brown's Jamaica (iinper 35 50
Benson's Capclue Plasters. .13c., ~ for 25 25
Cuticura Soap 15 25
Cavlimere Bouquet Soap 21 25
Carter's Little Liver Pills.. l:lc, 2 for 25 25
Williams'Little Liver Pills,the best. 10 25
Cuticura Resolvent - 75 1 00
Cuticura Ointment 35 50
Caruick's Soluble Food Med 35 50
Canuck's Soluble Food, larife 00 1 00
Campbell's Arsenic Wafers 34 50
Campbell's Arsenic Wafers, larife... 00 100
Ely's Cream Balm 35 50
Eflervesciug Bromo Catloin 75 1 OO
Fellow's Syrup Hy rophosphlt?i.... OO 150
Uermaii Porous Plaster 10 20
Hop Bitters per bottle *17 100
Hostetter's Bitter* 73 1 00
Hood's Sai-saparills 75 1 00
Horsford's Acid Phosphates 35 50
Horsford'* Acid Phosphates Large.. OO 100
Hoft's Malt (Tarrant's) 28 35
HoiT* Malt lEianerz) 30 40
Humphrey's Sjiecillcs, No. 1 to 15. 15 25
liuuyadi Water 25 35
Hanson's Corn Salve St 15
Iron Bitters per bottle 50 100
Imported Bay Ruin, large bottle*.. 20 35
Melliu's Food 55 75
Nestle'* Milk Food 38 50
Oriental Tooth Paste....v... 34 50
Pear's Soap per cake 12 20
Packer's Tar Soap 15 25
Po;id's Extract 34 50
Piso's Cough Syrup 18 25
Prussian Cough Syrup, the best ... 15 25
Parker'* Hair Balsam 35 50
Pierce's Golden Med. Discovery.... 09 1 00
Pierce's Favorite Prescription 09 1 00
Pierce's Purgative Pellets 15 25
Pozonni's Powder 35 50
Pure Vaseline, small size 5 10
Pure Vaseliue. large size 8 15
Pure Vaseline, the largest bottles.. 15 25
Pomade Vaseline 10 20
Schenck's Pill* 15 25
8.8. 8., iinall 67 1 00
8.8. S, large 117 175
Sanford's Catarrh Cure 75 100
Scott's Emulsou Cod liver Oil 07 1 00
Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient 75 1 00
Warner's Safe Pills 15^ 25
Warner's Kidney and Liver Cure.. 85^rr, 1 89
W'yeth'* Beef, Wine and Iron 70 1 00
Williams' Beef, Wine and Iron,
fresh 60 1 00
Wiltipr's Cod Liver Oil and Lime... 75 100
William*' l'hosphntic Emulsion, the
best, pint bottles 75 1 00
Water of Ammonia, large bottlea.. 10 25
Williams' Comp. Saraaparilla 50
Williams' Rose Tooth Powder. 25
Williams' Hair Tonic, tho be*t 50
WiUiaius'*Rbcuuiatic Plaster 10 25
Fins Tooth Brushes 10 20
Violst Water, large-slxe bottles 70 1 00
Florida Water, per bottle 35 00
Buuquet Toilet Soap, 3 cakes 25 45
0 cake* good Toilet Soap 25 45
3 cake* Pure Palm Oil Soap 25 45
Our No. 8 Toilet Cologne, * very superior article'
fragrant, refreshing, snd lasting, J1 per pint *
Mandoline Is unequalcd as a beautiflerof the com
plexion: an indesiiensible requisite to the Lsdies'
Toilet; it renders the skin white, smooth and soft, and
tresaul* chapping. Every lady should use it. Per
ottle 25c.
Rheumabda, an infallible external remedy for Neu
ralgia. Heudache and Toothache. It never falls to give
immediate relief in the most obstinate cases, line it
* uC&i PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT is under the
most careful supervision, and 1* stocked with the
purest drug's and chemicals from the most reliable
manufacturers, such as Squibb, Powers k Weightn.au,
and other well-known chemists. We cherfully invite
the rtijsicians to inspect this Department. All pre
scriptions intrusted to our care will be satisfacturily
dispenaed at our very low rates.
Don't mistake the place-THE TEMPLE DRUG
STORE, under Masonic Temple, corner tub and F st*.
oclO r. b. WILLIAMS * CO.. Proprietors.
TRY ONE OE OUB $10 SACK OB CUTAWAY
&0THING CO ,
ntTitaa 7 th and O sta.
AMUSEMENTS.
JEW NATIONAL THEATER
TO XTC.HT AND BATVRDAT M VT1NEES
Hoyt'? Very Funny Hun Comedy,
A
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M H H O O L F.E
BH O O L K
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COG R R OO U0 * NX DOD ...
New Music! Fresh run! AO'CHuy of Finished
- - - -- tofl"
Artists Belter than ever and best of all.
Nsrt Week. ^
JAMIS O'NEILL in "MONTE CR1STW
Seat* ocm on Hair. nl5
LBACGHS GRAND OPERA HOCSE.
EVERT EVENING.
An Elaborate Pr\*l action of Jefferson and TsyioCs
Great Ai)UaUc Spectacle,
A DARK
SECRET.
With the
Original Out, Scenery and RealNtic Effect*.
THE NEW HENLEY REOATTA SCENE.
Real Boats-Hai ink* flu 11a. Steasi launches?oa
A RIVER UF REAL WATER.
OEOIIGK HOSMEU.
the Popular OarMuau, in the Urrit Boat ICaoa,
Capt. Wii A. Andrew* in hi* Little Dory,
"PARK SECRET."
MATINEE KATCBDAT.
Neit Week-COyVELINi7aDINC. CO. nll-tf
^LBAVGH'S GRAND OPERA Hol'SE.
Messrs. Henri- E. Abliegr anJ Msnrtce Oran bar *?"
?pactfUlly to sutiouuce the ftrst appearance
in Washing-ton of
M. COQCELI N.
MME. JANE HADING,
Anil a Superior French Dramatic Company, on
MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 1?.
In the following repertoire: MmnUy, No* IP. M
CoqaeUn. "La Joie (ut Petir." two uioiioloirues "La
Vie" mul "La Kanfmre," recited by M. C?qii<'Uii. and
"Ia-s Pr?Tieo.e* Ridicule* " Tuesday, N-<v. 'JU. Mine.
Hadimr. "Le Maitre dp F * ivt." Weilnetilay. Nov. Vl.
Coqueliu and Ha-limr. "L'AventttnereThursdsy.
Nov. XL Couneliu, *'Les Surprises <tu Divorce,'*
rriday, Cotiuelin-R.idintr. "Frou-Frou "Satnnlay Mat.
inee. t'ooiieliti-Hsdnis. "Caiuille." Saturday nucht,
Coquehu'litalinir. "Dm I's-sar de lit rail "
Salt- of (ticket* for|simr|e performances l*vin* thta
momiiiir CI I ur?.tay> at a.ui. at tin U.a-.fher Price:
$'?! 50, if'.'. *1 .">0. and *1. accordion to hs-stiou ul."?
EIINAN'S NEW WASHINGTON THEATER
Kl
Matinees Monday, Tuesday, Thnmlay, and Saturday
The Great
LONDON SPECIALTY COMPANY.
Headed l>y
LESTER AND WILLIAMS.
The World'* only Aerial ViutD,
JIT AC,
Assisted by GEO. W. BROWN.
Peart INMAN SISTERS, Nellie
Nat HAINES and VIDOCQ, William
POLLY Mi DONALD.
Gnyer and Goodwin. Dau ?' Hart. W. II. R rber, Sehocl
cralt ul.1 Coca, Fred Roberts, the Gillets, I tc?
NEXT WI EK.
orsuiLi.'B would of novelties, i i ".
HORA L SOCI ETY.
SIXTH SEASON.
FIRST CONCERT.
CONGREGATION Al. CHEKCH.
WEDNESDAY. DE< EM HER ... iv-^.
OO WEN'S "SON G Ol' THANKSGIVING."
Soloist. D. M. BABCOt'K. ltwu, if Boston.
SECOND CONCERI .
OONt.REGAT1<iNAL CI!I IM'H.
WEDNESDAY, FEBItl'Alil ','7, 1SS'.J,
A NEW ( AN IM A.
"CALLINHO," BY Dn J. F BRIDGE.
SOLOISTS
MRS. CORRINNE MOOltE I.AWSON, Soprano,
of Cincinnati.
MISS GERTBEDE EDMANDS, Contralto,
ol Boston.
MU. GEORGE J l'ARKER, Tenor,
of Boston.
THIRD roNi'FRT
DATF. AND PLACE TO HE ANNOCNCED.
It is eolitidcnUv ? inected that M1>?S EMMAJCCH
and MR. WILLIAM LI uWlu. with uhoiu mvtia
tions atv peuilin*.'. will be Uhioutr the s<'loists eiiKitci-st.
Season Tickets $."> 00
tTw<> seats i,t each of three ivucerts i
Siwrie Stvured Seuis 41 00
Tickets at Metzerutt's, 1110 F st. nlo '.'w
i t*Ul/OCKHEADS'"
I D LECTFRE BY
I REV. FREDERICK D. POWER,
AT M ASONIC HALL.
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10 SI'M..
For benefit of I-adi'-*' Miss;onar> S<*- > ty, Vermont
Avenue Christian Church. Tickets. "?.%i
For sale: Ballantyue'*. Purce.ll'?, BrentauoV. ul.'i "t
gABUIS' BIJOU THEATER.
Week Commencini." Monday, Nov. 12. Matinees Tues
d?v, Thursday, cud saturd. v
America's BrurLtest Gem, the Little Electric MsflMt,
OELIE REDPA1H,
in her bizbly sucvuiwful Coan d> Dra:ua, in 4 in t*. en
titled
" P E R T , "
Supporteil by an Efficient t'onuaiiy of Artist*, inclnd
lnff the |Kjt>uUr M:iistr'-l Kin.', Mr.
JERRY 1IART.
Next Wee*?OLIVEt! I? BVHOX nil
3i
ATlUNAL FfcXCIBLES' F.UH
at
NATIONAL RIFLES' AKMORY,
O it.fbct.9ta aud 10th,
FROM XOVEMBEU Vlin TO INCLUSIVE.
Season Ti< kvts, "#0r.
Thes#? tirV"ts aln^ ??ntitle the bolder to the "f
a distribution <?f vre^ciitK at th?-?lo*e ol Fair. ul. lut
UfnX4ED UALL.
? ? Even' uVht t!?ia we*fc extort cdn? ^l.ty,
FROF. CAIvl'fcNTtil JS HYVXOTISM
Woodertol Fun. Aduiini . wM Ifli
"IHST GKAN1> BALL VNIiER THL Al 1< l.S
of I NIOS TENT, No. ST, 1 U. R., t^- Ik* :;t
Ni'WG. A. K. Halt, FfiiLHjl\auia are. between J4tu
aijJ l.'itb ?t!?. ilw ..
lHlTisDAY, November l.V isS?.
Tickets. athniUn.k: >?.*iitleinnu and l*i?\y. 50e. Each
additional lady 25c. Grand rnarrii ^ ill be?hii at??j?
in. Mio-r?t"
tHURCH OF un: FATHLIJ. <;oilXLH lilTH AND
/ L STREETS N AV.
Mr. EDWARD the cliHtin^ruinbed rioru
titirniit and ut Ne a York, will |ri%eaGrand ? ?!i
c^ert and Evening i>f l!^uiu>zv Mid serious Readinirii
THLKSDAV EVENING. Nov. I.V
Tickets, .VI t-exitw; (-)uldreu, 'Jj ctuln. Can be Mruird
at Metaerott'n, 1110 F ?t
Mr. Fabian i* th?- line?t elocutionint in the world.?
' Ji'irt >ni>*tro Triryraph.
As an elocutionint he uneaualed, as a sin^ r also
he takei* the j>eople by at^nu.? /<*r. JHirui J\ Wat.?'?nt
I Iv nn i on, A. 1*.
The fluent entertainment ever given in thia rit)*.?
I XcUmv r, o , Itaiiy /adrfviMtni/.
( Mr Fi jian has no equal m b<?stou un au elomtionifft.
Mald<n 7Vf **. Situ*. nlO-"?t
T
HE PLATFORM TEAM FOR 18SS t?.
RRB II L L N.V N V V EEE
B B II L I. N X N V Y r
BBB II L L N N N YY K.K
B B II I. L N NN V K ?
BBB II LU.L LLLL N NN Y' FEE ?
THE PRINCE OF HI MOBISTS,
UD
JAMES WHITCOMB
RRR II L EEE Y Y
R R II L E Y V
RRR 11 L EE YY
R R II L E V ^
R R II LLLL FEE Y ?
THE POET. HI'MORIST. AND ACTOR.
Will give one of tlieir Inimitable EnU rtauiuient* at
MASONIC TEMPLE,
ON SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 17TH. 1S88
Admission, 41. Reserved seats, -o cent* extra.
Reserved neat* for sale at Brentano's, bi-tnunltur
Monday momintr, November l'.'th, nt U o'clock. Sale
of seats ?ill he limited to oue tiiousatid. The) may lie
secured by mail, and ?ill be numbered v-cordiniF to
the date received. ti'i-'Jw
Battle of shiloh
B"
I* now open from
t) a m. to 10 i' m.
' loth St.. two blocks ?.outh of Treasury Buildinc. no
j YY"ABHINGTON R1D1NO ACADEMY.
{ ALL KINDS OF SADDLE HORSES FOR HIRE
AND SALE.
j The best appointed establishment of it kind in the
j world. Ample osrriatre room and special act-onimoda
' tion for coachmen, r.nh:iljm.- a complete d";?rtiuent
' for the care of Gentlemen's Road Horses and Family
j Turnouts.
I Telephone call yjs. J. D. BROW N i CO ,
oc~l)-3m Propnetora.
AUCTION SALES.
PEREMITORY SALE OF ltl:i< K UOI .SE No 407
G STREET NORTHw l.si
I On TTESDAY AF1ERN0ON. No\ EMBER TWEN
, T1ETH. at HALE-PASI EOl it O'CLOCK, we will seU,
I in front of Om; premises, p-.rt* of lots
r, AND tJ. -gVAlSE o 1K,
ot Tayloe'ssuluBvision of oriinnnl lot 4, in *aid sq'iare,
commencing tor the ssme forty (40' i-- t from the
southwest corner of said square, riiiiiii! i' then. ?? north
So foet; thence east 15 feet. them e south So feet, and
thence west I."> feet to the J luce of Ix-trinuinir lUi
proved by brickdwellimr No. 407G stre*-t uortliwt?t.
Thu pro(iert} is centrally ioc:i te.l ojipotule the Pension
oltice anu near the Patent and Post Office buildiiiK".
lenos One-third cash, lialsnce in 1 and "J jesrs.
notes fo be iriven bearimr ti l*r cent !>er annum inter
est from day of Rule, an.l payable semi-annually. ui.d
to be secured hy deed of trust on the property k?iI,I. or
all cash, at option of thepurcha?er. A de|*Mit ot #'.'00
reiiuir?d at time of sale. Conveyancing, fee , at pur
chaser's cost. Terms to be complied with m 10 days
otherwise rik'ht reserved to resell ?t the ni-k ?m.I . -t
of the ilefanltitur I>urrha?er after ."> days'poWs-uoti<*
of such resale in some newseaper iml.!,shed lu Uaah
inirlou, I>. C. DLNCANSON k BROS ,
n 1 ofed Auctioneers.
GENTLEMEN'S GOODS.
G. Te Keen.
T A I L O B.
oc9-3m 414 9TH STREET.
H. D, Barr,
IMPORTER AND TAILOR.
Ha* the honor to inform yon that his NEW GOODS
have Itist srrtved.
Mr. BARR personally fits all garments made in his
establishment.
1111 PENNSYLVANIA AVE..
mhlT W ashimrton, D. C
W E HAVE BOYS' SflTS AND OVERCOATS FROM
tl $4 50 ui> to |il5. The
LONDON AND LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO
n8-3ai 7 Ui and O its
EDUCATIONAL.
KiM>kh .u. 11 n t k< i BKi.wnmc*A?*Ai?i i>
M?J. *?? Lmrlaud MeUaal?. wy Wku
M tta ??*., 1187 1 :uh at *.?. 1i? I;
ilrniiB. Dra?in* atad OnHaUwglra IWtMntti J^ar
Him IMIUNk and N??CRR. Prlu.-(?*i?- Xomaal
iH j-trtim iit for I cK hm. _ ttH-lm*
?> V i-m i.rs:*<N os niso lessons at
a**)\> ?r L< >ium I'uutiuir ami iWiiuf I*
?i * :itfc !na:ruiti?>n thonvirh Addr**a A
y?.-> r. i n* _ ai4-iw
A LAbv ITtS 5kv Lit A LYE k RS BXKftlWB
A I?l UlUvl* bM SIM<1I|MU h. UMIli
will tak. | u|>il? ?( the rata- of M P" term. tt? **['<*
r?tt I >r l*nf1riD?r* uJ kiiiktiI i-uftla A<Mr?a? I*
STRI'MENtaL. star ..(A. * HUM ?'*
\fol Al t pL cLl R, XuW FORMING AT .V? "1*
?t. u ?-. K -.a, -,M Tb.?. 1. Hl-tnc U) Join uiar
1 call ar.y day Uu? tn-l fnau 4 I ,? ii i ui
.... _ CHASE HOYS.
' n!3-.?t* hMfomir of Volatuk and otlarr M&rwf**. _
W>n 'n' bv a l.kl"\ PI 1'll.S 1* UHMJML
?? l*tin or mathemtK-, <>r would aa*t a* ?e.-rrtarj. <#
?maiiu.-n?;? A A E AC H F.R.Star ottce kMMR*
?\\~AshinoTon coNsfRVATORY ' >F MI'SIC,
*? l lou.l RuiMinar'.nli and F *ta TvMittrUi y?*r.
P?au.\ Oivaa. \ <*?<?, Violiu, Flab', Cornet. A' Vrw
advantage Q. B KVLLABD. Director ?>1m'
THK AKT-STrM\rs i faoi i clauses I*
Ijfc. Portrait. stU-ljfe. \??U r C< l .rm ?ud Mitigu*.
"?T?? A O l!?um. K . *??rr.I? W Aaill. W H.
?MTViiw t hi. liiNtrurtora All I) Art
! St.Htei?t ? iMfw. Sou buiMnitr u* lVt*
IfRlkXDK 8U.I <T SCHOOL A PRIMARY,
termediate. ui Hurti s. hool for 1? Ui ??*.*
_ 1*11 I It. U *. I
auJJMtan THOS. w si l>W |.U? Pnn< t|?l
KlNliUWAHT) N normal TKAIMVl CL\*A
,Lil l".ui,n N ANr pkimarv s, Hool
i . l'la?f, ?uuth ??1 1' iLx.jit cm i*
??** loiTsa Mann
i 11! SIXFss KMVATION li H'K
i lVB'iiaiialiip. c. mm. rvtal Itrati. hea, 1 ? i? wrii.n*,
J1 it"? rr.*rr-?? V *?
tahll.hed 1KH.V U.?oDS COMM1 ficlAl. k, h?>i>U
wit i*i' H'.'.Vta
PAINTISU AND CLAY MUDKUXI
"? LkNtJHuKVK h?? Jn?t rrturuvj fu?m
A?uiir) l"ark. * I ? r. .11(. Ii. l km Art KtuJio I 't llw
?UBMar. aiij ?iU maun- U?*r rlaum at
I lirakAM.
? AlVTINcj. l>HA?'lNO IN (MMYtlX *\|' < HAK
i ? '' ' ' "MS* 1 I'AXKIFIJ) ItaH
W "" ' law on Htt'irJay f?r Clnldmi. ? 1 .."mi
| a. Mtniiii, K',l llth ti w. ? ir? ulac
XV^SHfViToX WH,NiL OF ll<N'IT|H? AM)
' * Oraforj. M4 V ?t Mr. M sTF.Vl \> HAKt.
Pliorir al. Cultiuv mud Natural Kxj trrnmlsjm
carefully taught.
CTAttliMUVa
Tbopoughly cumV Kdtteni'fla to i^atraofl. or?<l-t<l?l
rJ' AU VM i ; TO II A, H A>\ ?M: III M VKK
a fcl/' r:il*'0 | ? Ttrail Hi | i lrv>tM?tin in> kit I
of 'Ir wn.ir IV . .K?arv an t-l-vaut ln l..la\ ?*t I
EEVSOLDS. May Bui'M.u^. ifudi .* ^V|m*
X| ISM MHMUlS klMil.KUAKTFX ?\|< I'KI
^?1 n,?rj'l U?h. 401 .M at. u.? < <<nvryaitw ir >?
li..rtli?i ?t.-ni an-tiou. t?-ai Imt a< ?-otiiian \ uitf Ah J l?%
I I.ATION au.l M l Ht ll ktAl>IMiUi?ribt lb* ujai
? 1 !?-1 Tn*
PIAJJO L1.SH4 >N S *
MISS iTk*? HARUIKOX.
.. . I"upa >?! ?m *U? n, X T .
ar?0-,_*ra? 1 !M i:tili.t n ?.
I^IXK'fnoX. OliATt'KV. AtTIXti."
I^-m-.hui la OUUM or l'F,IV AT 1. tn au> uMr or mat*
of tjie ?1n?<-KtiHlira 4n | a^-i- ? atal.?ru<> fm>. M AK
|T\X OOLUX.K l>F KUri'Tltlk AX It <t|: ATi >KV.
.'.1.. t.tU ?t. ii.*. ihalf ? block 1-a.t ol l it} F. o.i. \\a?ti
| *"**?? P.C. (c|| MU
| NLW ILL I sutATtl' < IIUI1.AU
Mi'lMi'?r.-SHo,{TIJ'MKDIA (P*
IIJ 1QK B??\S mitfry,-. ?- IMt>l
A HAKVAKU AiltAUl'ATe l>fSlK^ 1'll lUl
A ain*rly or iu MnaJl ? lawk*fi Ai?j U i?.
II PUTS AM. A Y.,
At Sandorrf K suj iii^a'a. i*;i4 V at u w
CI 1 X' J KIAX HI SIM SN <t<LI.Kil . THIiKI IS
?T?tir?- Aim>ra. Xati?ual lunk ?.f tlw l.< | ul.li, BtiiMii.tr,
cunifr < ttiuinl I'Mt^.n w. i ivt <?tr'*ct ? iii Illicit tfur
tliv liiHiitiHwn ]s#i4. A pra? l??al
nu-ilierm cilii. atlou That q,ial>tt. ?* y??unir knU uii?1
mtrtiitti for m*1 f?auMHirt auJ ijh?*ful I?ay aud
c-veuitiir The Imfttti****** rn?uri??' ??in?>ra?,??
Sj^nrerN iCai>t?? WritiuiT. <Hnbo*rra(>t>. th. Loi*h??i
<\.rr^?iH*ud^iH^. lupid < al^ulatlu)i?s Kk?I;
L?m rniK t4i?r?*r>' van tv ?.t
lTat'tsce,\oc?l ainl I'hvHical ? ultur<* lty tti* I^i<oirl?
Kyat?':u. Ci%n*a, iin lu-Un^ traiiuiiir f-?r ? iti/<-n??hi|#.
.?lornI and S?M*ia| ? 'ultiir**. ?l?ui.!it>? .?! Jv.liti.al
Luugtti) aud CaHiL law .CvUil Oo ??.-rai h). Tulttoti
j Iff* \?-ar iu>lamhi|s (lay mckmk u.ton liioiitha \>u\abU
! ou ??ut?*nii|r. *?*!; or in m??t)tUl> insulin*nt^ ol gin
. ?a< h. |?U. by the gtiart?T. list) wi^*4k.a. pa>al*l?*ou ?:?
! f.'O. Sik'ht Meaalous. Year holan?!u|?,
tlir?*?' mouths. $ltf. S)?f. ial ruurwi lH:|?urtAk**ikta for
! s'# ?i??irraplo, intmaii Short liaiid. Ty |<* vkr?tiitf-aud tlm
tiraph ?| h??:u-. rra< ti? al Lu?rliahl^prantii? ?. I^lnartt
S. houl a.I Li| i> ?kiu. Untcor (Vl r?#r illuotrat*-*! au
| nual auunuiMfiueut, S?h'" l >f-ar irxiu
j :i. Coll<w oiH*n t?*r arraiu' -u<vu\H on uit>\ a!t??r
M .uday. Amr. JT. ULNKYi . ^pLv Ui. !L.? .hlU
I ripnl. Mr* SAUA A HPKNCta, V|c?-lYilK-Uial. U
] (iAUl IhlaD SFhNCKK. H?-t rvtary. aul.'i
MAMJ INKTITfTH. 1"K IK ?TM
"?"?X"*. i tin<?nlvilh*. I'm. |?p j iterator*, Kua
; it:?^a ?irathiteti!?kr, Ku?rli?h (?ra<tuatiu^. s. i? utift< uiii
I OoUegv j>rti?ui..v??i> courven. S|?*^ \*J care \>> httia
1h?\*. Hii-lily rtt t>miiHU<l?ii b> |>atruUM. -IOM 1 11
Mi"K l i lUOl YaleK A. M.,Pi .
Pv 'IM. 1 J tKI IADAMI
hoiituuc will ivfiiuit' th? ir l'rvu? h levaott*. i?n?
vately attd in rlanuea. OctolM*r 1. A|?| 1 v lOOl Mai ioS
Kt . U t. ?Jtii autl 7tli, aii<l Uhode l^lai.i! avr. u.w.
MiUftjjSli A M? DKAW1NO MH l?l NHMCH
Ci?**ea %ill c??uiuieti<v ol; th** 1 -t of Nov< u,l?? r.
Ko"!ii '.Ml. Ycrnoti liow. 0<*iiural rtx.fi>tiou s>?tui-'tay
att*Ti:ooua. o*-i tilui
THE COLOMBIAN t'MVtltKIT* I HI C*?k<V>I
rr.n tk-ieutiti< Ha4ioo1 ointifd(Ktober I. tin < lA?K.?a,
wlii' li OMCt hi tlieevcniuK t<? U t|j *eaea. For
inloruiatioii al?oUt the ?iiur*?ea m AUr?'t?ra. lieoiuetri,
Trurouuiiietrj-, Aual)*tii <?e<?ii.?tr> uiidOal?-ulua, amar
t" H. 1.. UUlXiEINh. Pr?)feH*ur of M.ith- Tiuiti. s i>4-.iia
MAl:T\N'N COHMlHilAL OUlXI-X-E AM)
Scli?iul of T? ]t?ra|*liv and TyjH -Hi itiiur, 31 't Otk
at u u . u?*ar <'ity K*?t-imi<*. Mihi- |l yhmi staud
an! IIUAtuetM i'/olieire iu Ameri?t." Sj-icndulU
| ed. The li'nrrnt and mo*i <-omwodlou* l*uudiii?r iu
. theritj devt^U-d U>lm*irie?a training. i'ataW ; rx-a
on a|'j ll? atl?.n. < A.I<>red aiudfuta UxA u?tiiii*t^d.
lUANv'lH o MAIUVN. PiuaiiuH. C. k I KM I;
A. M. C. PrimiiaL ocl
^|^M1 IMLI.ILU1 H? ?M I. A\l? UAV~WIHmL
JL (Thirteenth Year) A S**lt < t Iuatitut* for a l?!riiitftl
Nuinlier t'l Bo) ?>. Kn^iiMh. < lla^icN, l'reii?*h, Ma!h?*iiist
! ies. No extra ??haryc !? i ) reii< h. Sch?*ol ??i??'ii- ?M' 1 ?
BKK 1 ubd ?1?>???*a 41 Nf I i 0V* 1 hi n.v* . n? ar tha
Arliturtou H?Hel. LI CILN L i'. <MiLUi;KK A )L
Pnii?;ipal, refer*, by ai?e? ial tte*riiii?-!> n, to .Mj K
F. Hurm*. of K c\?, liank'-rx. n? !iat'?r John Ii.
MeHi?*r?"ii. * <t N?-m .ler?<-\ . li< ?u. I !)??? b Hayarl. n?-a.
re tarj ol Stal<-. Jud^rt- Andrew ^>U*% Cai't hran-Af
M lluuiaey, I s. N . and other patr> ua. au'.l -."iui
"\| All A ML V. I'LLL. ?MJ.kNU?N 1*>K HU I.I
^?1 t elleut |>n>i:un? latioii, alll ^-ive French
l nvate or in I'luaae*. Hi?rh***t r?>?"liiluendatl?>lJM i*J(l
i .'?th ?t. n w., near the Arlington M??tel a?*l -3m*
??fl^llr <il>Al;s- A ID I ah III XO AXD l>Af
1 s< II.oil. HlH Yol'Ki. l.Al'Il.N
KLOW.Xn 0< lOBLK I. Aa.lr.-M
wl -tini MISS A AllU:. 1W1C X'.thak
r|tHL 1ILKL11Z SCHOOL Of LAXOCAtiUA
Tenu, U'Kla mm.
wi? T3S 14 th at. b w.
PI!" 'A SIIKLDOX'S DAXflXU A?Al?KMY X?"W
.y? 't for Ibr ti..u < I |>ui n- MoXli.Al N ** l.li
X 1>I>AYH mi.I SAT I KA>Akh. Call or a. tij lur .ir i?
lar?. 1AHI4 F' at n.*. au'.M Kiu
Washington
?? KINAH 1;<.AKTKX NORMAL IXSTITITE,
A or tlit traiuitur of t. acb. ra,
*itli
Model KiuU-'ivarten t:..l Primary tkliooL
A. ?.ukl.lulifit lh'i 4
Mr*. Lot l!?L l-oLLix K, J'-.i.- i|*i.
or4 IlilT linii aC
DR JOHN CAI LUFLD
will rvcuiur U-aomaat 101 "I HtUnt.
ol>j>o?lte th< HauitltoD Huunr,
arlB-au.' Urtuber 1.1HMI*
SA IllKiL ~OA Ml iSK1. [KM AIII.ISHLI" I wTTJ
ll'.'TlOtli at. ii.*. X<-? urar" for llauo ?til
Clmn 1; ormi. awuruiK inoKt rui'id |T.^r.-?? t'lmr. la
onrau for ira^U.*. AHA.oINo.AlJjs kl.No. I*riin i|W.
m4-1u ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Haixet a la vis- Pianos ; si'pfijb in tu.ni;.
|K.rftx't in worKiuaiiaUii.. ch^-ant in *t> 1?* . loa m
l?riee. Fine alo<*k pr? oarator% totin ilohda>fUo* ov^ a
atsl 1 9tli rtL n.a. li L hCMXEK. Agent. aeTjtiu
Sanders & Stayman,
<a:u r st s. w.
Wr rondnot Uie Piano and < "rvan hiialL<~u In all it,
t>rari-h<-?. Wf ollor our tim In* ?>f llaia. - and (Hyan,
!>>' th*- U-at lnak.m at A-?-ry rt-aaaouahlar |im?a and oa
tli.- luo^t fa-i 11ratal*' t? cms
NV.' rent >u fity or Country, for any 1- iurtli
of tuii*- flfaiw-d. t*k'* iiM lucti i.i i*'iit? in jart layui^nC
I..r N< \\ onc?. ; ? i.t I iui.i*iail < "ivaiia, *ith tlit* uptaov
i>f |nu\ li?f. . joid tcivf 4 ar*-lul atwuliula to Tuiilna aiaC
Aivittinuif ui or out of the i ity.
DA.i KLU A'.l.os PIANO&
VLBLK I'LAXOS.
FISCHER 1'IANOBL
A s 1 1 \ I l.ANov
EST EE OKUANS
All lnquiriM 1- r lurtlaer information will tn
prouil'tly an kuu*ledaf. d.
S.anders Ac STAYMAN.
034 F atrwt nortbw.ft,
1:1 N. Chailea i't Haltiiuon*. MX
ocl rim IV1 ; Main ?'. Kichiaaoiad. V*.
O B MILLS ("N IHI Eli A K At II. PI AN OH "J
J5, find tbmiexi-elJeilt iu tvery partu ular."
(i. II. EL'HN. General Atrent.
Aim) for "pewe" Plaiaua and fcurdt tt Orrana.
ael .r?-4im 407 10th at
1\xara Pianos,
t .^LWl ALED IN TOM, TOCCH, UORKMAXSHIF
AND durability.
atteutl.iai of |>urihauK ? in lnrlte4 to OBI
"Ne* Artiatn- Sly ieis" bmalied ui dnuynn .if
HIUllLST DECORA TI \ E ART.
SECOND HAND PlAN^m A hue bwrtiwiit ol
pn.uiineut luaAea at all (ark-re PIAXOS Aojt HI NT.
?M ENAULkOO.
uiyl SIT Market K|*c?.
JEWELRY, Ac.
W EDD1NO CjTIFTSL
HA\X OPENED A FtTL STOCK OF STL
YER PIECES IN handsome CASES, Da
siuned ESPECIALLY FOR WEDDIN*
GIFTS.
FRAKK M LEWIS,
JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH.
oc27 1215 PA. Arm
THE TRADES.
harpfjt'S AND
Wo aud 7& oMilai at
SPECIALTY IX BOOKBINDIXO
THbound fi.r l~ ? ... ...
uh im "i^^ERl (MtaAiUataed Iu 1 S-i.'i), 10U
ya- are. All work truaranUawl. Se?aj Dilal jag
WA ?ELL ' HHJiRFN SriTS AT ?&So. u
aorth jo per <*ut more
I/JN1ajN and UVkSlWL CLoTHT*J} CO.
"O-Jua TUaaia?ia?k

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