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Th? Wralhrr. Forth* District of Columbia. Maryland. Del aware. Virginia. Eastern Florid.'. North Caro lina. South Carolina, and Georgia. ra warmer. increasing southeasterly winds. The Akwok CoLurno* or Paixtixos. ? Mmrt Walter B. Williams A Co. call attention to an interesting and importaat hole of paint ing" to take place to-morrow (Thursday) even ing at 7:30 o'clock, being the collection of Mr. Charles Armor, of tiiia city. which is to be sold without reserve, so that a rare opportunity will be presented for picking up a bargain in favor ite work*. That their merit* mar be fully and fairly understood, the picture* have been on pnblic view at the corner of 10th street and Pennsylvania avenue, and will be so exposed daring to-morrow, where intending purchasers aro invited to call and make examination for themselves. DoroLAs*' Exrt.siox will cure coughs, colds, general debility and lung troubles. Each bottle contains 50 per cent of pure Norwegian cod liver oil in a palatable form. Price, 75c. for a large bottle. Mertz's Drug-store. Rkaj> Wash. B. Williams' advertisement of daughter sale, on fourth page. I Will Hell from now until February 15. when I begin to take inventory, all the goods in demjohn* and bottles left over from the holi days. consisting of the choicest wines, whis kies (both rye and sour mash), gins, runii. sherries, ports, brandies, cognacs and black berry brandies at 20 per cent below their reg ular prices. My price lists appear in the "For Sale column of every newspaper, and are too well known to need mention here. U. A. 8el losox, 1200 Pa. ave. n.w. Goto Jxo. R. Kelly, Center Market, for Wash ington dressed beef. Corned beef a specialty. All Kidxet and urinary troubles indicated bv pains in the back or side, nervousness, loss of deep, eruptions on the skin. etc.. are speed ily cured by Fixxet's Compound Syrup of Bnchu. Ice Cbeax, Charlotte Russc. Jelly, at Fus gell's. 1425 New York avenue. 500 Boxes Messina and Pilernio Oranges and Lemons. partially of late Str. llortou, for sale, laid down, at New York prices by Harris <k Axdebsox, 907 Louisiana ave. n. w. Fixe Ladies' Dresses (second-hand) bought and told. Justh's Old Stand, 619 D street. SJFob 50 Cexts you can buy a bottle of Cooper's "Hair Success." the best tonic made for the hair. An absolute cure for dandruff or money refunded. Mebtz's Drug-store. R OoLDsi-HViD. 1007-1009 F St. N.W.. offers for to-morrow the following special bar gains: 144 sheets of colored or white shelf paper at 13c. R Goldschmid's pure ammonia, 5c. a large bottle, regular price. 10c. 6 each gold banded French china cups, saucers and plates 71.38, worth $3.50; only one (1) set to each customer. Moss rose decorated china dinner sets, 150 pieces, only J22.48; worth ?35. Hand-painted French china dinner sets, 113 pieces, only $21.96; worth c30. Handsome hand-painted porcelain dinner sets, containing 127 pieces, sold elsewhere for ?33; my price <24.98. Japaned spice cases, containing 6 boxes, only 18c. Mikado cuspadores, assorted colors, only 18c. Japaned bread or cake boxes only 28c. Extra large size only 38c. The Bf.st T mix (is Cocxtkrfeited. Buyers should insist on having the genuine Baker's Norwegian Cod Liver Oil. ^ Jxo. C. Raker A Co.. Philadelphia. Ir Yor Value Voir Hair go to Mertz' Drug store, 1014 F street, and buy a bottle of Cooper's "Hair Success." IxArc.csATiox Not*.?Read W. H. Hoeke's advertisement on 4th page. Read W. B. Moses A Sox's advertisement in this paper; it is the best opportunity ever of fered to buy home furnishings at low prices. Clixtox Horse. 7th and I sts. n. w. First elaes family hotel. Brv Your Coal. Coke and Wood from Jofx so> Brothers, the leading linn in the Dis trict. CITY AN D~I) I STRICT. AMISKJIKXTS TO-NIGHT. Albacih's.?"Lorraine." National.?'"She.? g Co:;ceejatioxal CnmcH.?Bischoff concert. Barkis'.?"Harbor Lights." Kern ax's.?Variety. Paxoraxa.?"Battle of Shiloh." Globe.?Variety. CONDKNSKI) LOCALS. The tenth complimentary hop of the Corco ran cadet corps, which took place last night at the National Rides' armory, was a success. The National Guard band furnished the music. Mrs. A. J. Cooper rea 1 a paper entitled "What are we worth?" last evening before the Bethel literary and historical society. The funeral of Mr. Z. L. White will take place at 2 o'clock to-morrow instead of 11, as an nounced. W. N. Horstkamp et al.. by Mr. Jas. Fuller ton. has tiled a bill in equity against Caroline Shalt* for the payment of the legacies and the settlement of the estates of W ilhelm and Mary G. Shultze. A deed of trust was recorded yesterday from Justice Samuel F. Miller, conveying his proper ty on Massachusetts avenue, where lie resides, to Thomas Wilson for the benefit of Mrs. Miller. The Ideal minstrel troupe will give an en tertainment at Carroil Institute hall this even ing. Tlie >Ioon'? Eclipse To-night. A partial eclipse of the moon will occur to night. although the present outlook is not favorable for catching a glimpse of it in this city. This phenomenon is of such a nature that it cannot be turned to much scientific ac count by the professional astronomer. The moon enters the ??penumbra," where a small portion of the sun s light is cut off, at a little after 9:37. The eye will scarcely detect any diminution in the moon's brilliancv. however, until she enters the earth's shadow at 10:58. The darkened portion will then increase until about seven-tenths of her diameter is covered, and will then decreaae until she leaves the shadow at about 2 o'clock to-morrow morning. The eclipse will be very generally visible in England and America. The Highlaxd? Club.?There was a large meeting of the Highlands club at Willard'slast night to receive the report of Mr. Geo. W. Jackson, the surveyor, on the possibility of laying out a one-mile race track at the High lands. Mr. Jackson reported that this could be done with an expenditure of about *15.000. Mr. Thos. W. Smith was then authorized to confer with gentlemen interested, and if possi ble get a proposition from them of the terms on which tliev will co-operate in carrying out the enterprise. The club adjourned until Februarv 2, when Mr. Smith's report will be received. A Local Phoxooraph Company.?The Co lumbia Phonograph company, of the District of Columbia. Maryland, and Delaware, was or ganized yesterday with a capital of $125,000. using, leasing, and selling phonographs and ^ipnophones. The incorporators are William Walter Phelps. Andrew Devine. William Her bert Smith. Edward D. Easton. Aaron Johns, Chapin Brown. John P. Jeffries, and Mills Dean. Officers were elected as follows: Presi dent. Edward D. Easton; treasurer, William Herbert Smith; secretary, A. Johns. A New Military Coktaxt.?The Washington is the name of a new organization re cently organized in Northeast Washington. A meeting was held last night and the following officers elected: Wm. E. Beagle, captain; Jo seph Schurer. tint lieutenant, and Frank Reed second lieutenant. It is expected that they will join the national guard. Tie Clere-s' Aswociatiox.? At a meeting last night of the Clerka' Mutual Benefit and Protective association. Mr. Jas. Jirdinston pre siding. Dr. Chas. E. Hagner was elected med ical examiner. A committee, consisting of Wm. A. Hungerford. Jas. Jirdinston, E. W. Hambleton. Fred. Brealau. and Howard Fisher, was appointed to report upon the advisability of holding a fair in February or March. Wasts the Sale Axxullrd.?G. L. Hill has ?led in equity suit against Theodore and Mat tie Brooks, asking that the conveyance of part of lot 3. square 313. made bv Brooks and wife to Campbell Carrington and Irving William son. be set aside, and a decree for sale be made to pay a judgment for 91,000 he holds. He claims that the conveyance was made to defeat the claims of creditors. Albacob's Next Attbactio*. Maggie Mitch ?11. will make her annual visit to this city nest week, appearing ftt Albaugh's in a round of the impersonations with which she has delighted numberless thousands during her remantable career on the stage. The safe of seats for the engagement begins, as usual, to-morrow morn MISS ANTHONY'S SERVICE. The Twenty-First Convention of the Woman SnfTrajclst*. For forty year* Miss Sutan B. Anthony has been working in the cause of woman's suffrage. She is ntill hopeful and active, though slie probably does not expect to live to gee the fulfillment of her dreams. It is likely that forty years ago she was more sanguine of im mediate results than she is to-day, but, looking back, she is not dissatisfied with the work she has done, and she has no doubt that the people will in time be educated up to the point of recognizing the civil rights of women. She is here now preparing for the twenty-first annual convention of the National woman suffragist association. The association has re ached its voting ago, bnt the women are still without I j ?v This year the convention meets in the Congregational church, the first time the woman suffragists have been able to get the use of that church for this purpose. They * i r trustees, or whoever are in con I rfre' "ave advanced one step towards enlightenment. The convention meets on Monday to be in session three dars. and Miss Jul? 18 lookin? nP Senators and members of tbe House who are willing to sit upon their stage or to speak for them. A Stab reporter called on Miss Anthony at tbe Kiggs house. She had just finished a hard day s work. "I do not expect to do anvthing with the House this short session." she said,' but I hope we shall be able to have the agitation resumed the Henate. We are promised that our bill shall be reported there and considered. We want to have speeches made on the subject and to get a vote. All this aids in the great educa tioual work that it) progressing." ' During the past year." she continued, "the work has been spreading. The people are get ting more and more enlightened every vear, and it is by this means that we are ultimately so be successful. We have had a great boom in tngland. Lord Salisbury declaring for us is a great thing. He protests, of course, that it is his individual act. but that is onlv a feeler before making it the policy of the gov ernment. Salisbury is very clever. The woman suffragist movement has alwavs had tne moral support of the liberals; perhaps not Mr. Gladstone's personal active support, bnt it has been a liberal movement. It has been agitated until it is about on the point of success. 1 he women have gradually got the r'Kbt to vote at first at one and then at another of the various English elections, until now thev vote for everything but the members of parlia' That, too, is bound to come soon, and Salisbury has been quick to catch the rising tide. He will be a great nelp to us. "IN THIS COUNTBV tbe educational work is progresung very satis factorily. The sentiment is steadily growing, and will continue to grow as the "people ad vance in enlightment. The Boston election showed very satisfactorily that the women will vote when given a chance and a cause to inter est them. The best women on both sides of the auestion at issue in Boston voted. It was noted lat the educated and refined women were prompt to exercise their privileges as citizens, and that the lower classes chiefly refrained from voting. ' "Every advancement of the human race is in our interest, but we are waiting a long time Babies in long clothes when we held our first annual convention have grown up to be voters, while we are still crying out for our rights. Of course the fact that we have no votes makes politicians indifferent to our rights." Bad Boys with Knives. A MURDEROCS ATTACK MADE 11V TWO PRISONERS IX THE REFORM SCHOOL. The case of Dorsey Fultz and John Barnes, colored, inmates of the reform school, charged with stabbing and cutting Win. H. Dockett, an inmate of the same institution, was heard in the Police Court yesterday. Dockett and a boy named Henson had an argument on New Year's day as to whether a policeman could swear against a prisoner in the Criminal Court or not. Fultz, who overheard the di-cussion volunteered his opinion on the question, and was told to "keep his mouth to himself." Some word* folio wed, but no blows passed. A few days later Fultz and Barnes said thev expected trouble and armed themselves with knives from the workshop. In the afternoon, while i.ockett was going from the workshop to the family building, it is alleged, thev assaulted him. He received about seven stabs and cuts "bout the face. neck, and back, and was con hued to his bed for about n week. This makes tne fourth time that Fultz has attempted to take some one s life. Several years ago Fultz was sentenced ta the reform school for stab bing and nearly killing a boy on Boundarv street. He was discharged from the school oil his honor, but had not been oat long before he MsftUltcd another boy in the same wav For that he was sentenced to three months" in jail, and after his release he shot and nearly killed another boy. He was then about sixteen vears old. and Judge .Montgomery sentenced him to a second term in the reform school. Judge jliiler held the bovs in *500 bail to await the action of the grand jury. Elections of Officers. The annual election of officers of the Grand Lodge of Independent Order of Mechanics last evening resulted as follows: John W. Thomp son. grand architect; Thomas H. Watson, vice grand urcuitect; Ed Bawsel, grand secretary* Ed Journey, grand treasurer; G. B. Wilson, representative to Supreme Lodge; grand chnpl "? Maddux, sr.; grand conductor. 11 B Wilson; grand inside sentinel.George W Berrv grand outside sentinel. Ed Kolb. ' At the annual meeting of the Anthropological society held at the Cosmos club last evening, the following officers were elected: President. ??rt ^'etcher; vice-presidents, Col. Gar rick Mallery, Prof. O. T. Mason. Major J. W Powell. Prof. Lester F. Ward; general secre tary. 8. V. Proudfit; secretary to the board of managers. Col. F. A. Seelv; treasurer. P B 1 lerce; curator. H. W. Henshaw; additionai members of council. Dr. Frank Baker, Capt J G^Bourke. Mr. Weston Flint. Mr.W. H. Holmes,' Dr. Washington Matthews. Bitten by a Dog. A VIRGINIAN GETS SOME POINTS FROM THE CELE BRATED PASTEUR. A resident of Virginia, who was bitten by a dog. wrote to the celebrated Pasteur relative to his case. He received a reply, dated Paris, January 1, in which Mr. Pasteur says: "The accident that has happened you does not pre sent any gravity whatever, if the dog that has ? Vu ? w 18 health. All I can tell vou is this: That the bite of an animal not mad "has no gravity whatever, and that Vou have noth ing to fear if the biting dog was living eight days after the accident." n?H.1 K^pl'A Epsilox Association.? i he twelfth regular social meeting of the Wash ington Alumni association of Delta Kappa Epsi lon was held at Welcker's last evening. The Dt WriV I>rof- Wm- Harkncss, Hon. I. H Mavnard. Hon. F. T. Dubois. J R 1 arnum. George Martin. H. Campbell Black". John C. Barrows. F. C. Severance. Dr. W H Hawkes, Fred. Perry Powers, Hon. C. a! Bussell, A. W. Lyman, J. N. Whitney, H S <???'ng*. J,.1*: Kirb.v- and F. W. Lantz." After the installation of the officers elected at tbe annual meeting December 18. 1888. the members sat down to supper. A congratulatory telegram was received during the evening from the Northwestern Alumni association, of the fraternity in Chicago. It was voted that the next meeting of the association be held on the evening of the second Tuesday of February. Amacltino Her Father.-Maggie n ' " .c?.Iorc<1 woman who has been seut to ji.il several times for committing mysterious (Tort v /tra",Ker"- before the Police afUrnoon tor assaulting her h =r flih account of her strange conduct herfather refuses her permission to come to his house on Samnson street Monday night she visited her father's house, and behaved so badly that she was ordered awav. She picked up an axe and threatened to knock her father s wordB th?y came to! f , bit a piece of flesh from her fathers cheek. Policeman Haas soon ap peared and arrested Maggie. "You can have six months in jail," said the judge, " 'Taint STtkl the PrlBO"er- "ho threatened to fix the witnesses when she gets out. Bicvcljsts Bound fob EuRopE.-Mr Her- I bert 8. Owen and Samuel Phillips sailed t?L d,v from New York for Europe o^he .t*am? Britannic. Mr. Owen goes to attend^ busi ness in Coventry and London. Mr. Phillips after a bicycle tour through Great Britain France. Germany. Switzerland, and Italy will join friends for a tour in Egypt. "She" at thi National Theater. A dram. tization by Mr. Wm. Gillette of Rit Z gards queer romance of - She" occupies the stage at the National theater this week Tho play is mounted in spectacular style with in genious scenic and mechanical devices The leading parts are taken by Laura Clements Tellula Evans. Will 8. Harkins and Charles Th? vertion of the story is slightly different from that seen here last season. Tk peremptory sale of brick house, 467 G Uk<* pUce to-morrow after noon at 5 o clock; convenient to street-car lines and government department* See advertise ment in auction oolumn. '??<f The Rochdale Society. SOME OPPOSITION TO THE KMAQmXr MAUI- | FES TED AT THE ANNUAL MEETIM). The annual meeting of the Rochdale Co-op erative society held last night in Grand Army hall was probably the most interesting one in the history of the organization. Vice President W. M. King was in the chair, uiJ after some routine business had been transacted Secretary Uarsha read his annual report. This showed: Receipts, 83.1C3.91; disbursements. #1,946.18; balance on hand January 1. 1889. $1,217.73. Total membership in possession of I current card. 3.6S3. Five hundred members had not obtained tbe current card and will be dropped April 1, unless it is obtained prior to ' that date. Mr. J. E. McCabe, ono of the executive com mittee, then took the floor and requeued the author of the advertisement which called upon "those opposed to the present bad manage ment" to come to the meeting and vote for a change to make himself known, but the chal lenge w.is not accepted. A general expression of sentiment followed, and while the election of officer* proceeded the trouble in the organi zation manifested itself. It was said to be a con test between department employes on one side and Knights of Labor on the other; at least that wa? the opinion of the department people. The candidates for president were Mr. A. T. Long- I ley and Mr. Paul T. Bowen. Mr. Longleys ' total vote was 366. while Mr. Bowen's friends numbered 60. The successful ticket is as fol lows: President. A. T. Longley; vice-president. Smith Thompson: secretary "and treasurer, J. W. Hr.rsha; executive committee, term of four years, E. C. Fawcett, L. Vanderhoff; three years. J. E. McCabe. L. F. Hunt; two yearn. H. W. Smith, L. E. Gridley; one year, Dr. Joseph Jouy, John Morrison; auditing committee, Charles R. Smith, H. G. Potter, and F. J. Young; sergeaut-at-arms, John Finn; door- I keeper, C. B. Sayer. Department of the Potomac. THE TWENTY-FIRST ANNCAL ENCAMPMENT TO BE HELD ON THE 28TH INSTANT. Charles P. Lincoln, the commander of the department of the Potomac, G. A. R, has is sued an order announcing the holding of the twenty-first annual encampment of the depart ment on the evening of January 2S, at Grand Army hall. Commander-in-chief, Win. Warner, is expected to be present. James JU. Edgar, commanding the Lnion Veteran corps, depart ment old guard, is detailed as officer of the day. The following committees are announced: Address of the department commander. Com- I radesWm. Gibson, N. M.Brooks. B.F. Hawkes, A. H. G. Richardson, Harrison Dingman; re fort of the assistant adjutant-general, S. E. aunce, C. H. Ingram. J. C. S. Burger, H. E. Weaver, Charles F. Keefer; report of the department employment and relief commit tees, A. C. Paul, W. F. Morse, M. T. Anderson, C. R. Douglass. Calvin Faros worth; assistant quartermaster-general and inspector. A. F. Dinsmore, Henry Jenkins, Frank W. Paige, R. J. Beall, Thomas W. West; chief M. O. medical director, judge-advocate, chaplain, W. W. Granger, George H. French, H. A. Bobbins, Benjamin Swallow, W. M. Potter; resolutions, 8. S. Burdett, Green B. Raum. George E. Cor son, John M. Keogh, T. H. McKee; council of administration. J. B. Burke. W. P. Seville. A. Hart. A. Hendricks, G. J. P. Wood: credentials, John Cameron, J. L. Thornton, R. E. Smith. The K. F. K. Society. THE RESIDENT MEMBERS TO HAVE A REUNION AND BANQUET. The resident members of the K. F. R. society will hold their eighteenth annual reunion and banquet at Harvev's on Friday evening. This society was organized in 1871, and for many years occupied a cozy room built for them in the White House grounds by President Grant, whoso son Jesse was one of the original mem bers. Here members met regnlarly oncc a week, and in boyish stvle debated and de claimed, an<l edited ami issued an amateur paper. In after years they occupied com fortable quarters elsewhere, and with a well selected library did much to improve the in tellectual tastes and cultivate a warmer frater- | nal feeling among its many members. Among the resident members who will participate in the program for the eighteenth reunion are Wm. Tayloe Snyder. Albion K. Paris. Mark B. Kerr, Lieut. Thos. X. Wood, W. B. Chitter, J. F. Pant. J. P. Findley, U. S. A.; Dr. M. F. Cuthbert, Dr. W. II. Fox. Blair Lee and H irry E. Drtvis. From among the non-resident mem bers will be remembered Rev. C. M. Addison, rector Christ church, Fitihburg, Miss.; Lucius M. Cuthbut, Denver, Col.; Frank Bolles, secre tary Harvard college; Chas. Paige Bryan, edi tor Chicago American; Jessie 11. Gunp, Hugh R. Belknap, Lieut. A. C. Aimy. Lieut. H. W. Hamm, Lieut. J. Walker lie net. Paymaster S. L. Heep. Lieut. Frank E. Hobbs, Geo. L. Douglass, Westchester, Kans., und Hon. Robt. O. Harris, of Boston. Mass. The exercises of the evening will begin at 7 :.'i0 p. m. and will be followed by the annual banquet. Transfers of Keal Kstate. Deeds in fee have been filedas follows: n. M. Newman to Emma G. Patterson, snb 143. sq. 155: ?6.800. E. E. Jackson to Isaac S. Adams. lots 3 and 6, sq. 295; 4s?. Isaac S. Adams to E. E. Jackson et al., sf.me property: 8?. C. F. Nichols to A. P. Fardon. part 5. block 10, Me ridiau Hill; $1,800. G. W. Decker to Martha A. Conner, sub 27, so. 697; $3,500. B. F. Leigh- | ton to W. S. Verras, lots 0 and 7, block 20, and lot 14, block 30. Brookland; $1,200. II. A. Gill to Helen W. I'airo. lot 15 to 17, block 29, lot 4, blk. 23. do.; $1,075. Same to Adelaide John ston. lots 10 and 11, blk. 19, dr>.; $910. A. Deltz to J. D. O'Neill, pt. A, sq. 59.); $2,450. O L. Pitney et al. to J. II. C. Wi'son. pt. 1. sii 1022; $1,000. Martha H. Anderson to Josep! Forrest, sub 27. sq. 950; $1,200. W. W. Metcalf to D. Collett. pt. 7. blk. 15. T. and B.'s sub Mt. Pleasant, $710: John Patch to S. Huntress, pt. 8, sq. 553; $700. Boy Thievf.s and a Stolen Cash-Box.?A small boy, giving his name as Thomas Sulli-| van, was tried in the Police Court yesterday afternoon on a charge of complicity in the rob- I bery of a cash-box from a street car at 5th and F streets northwest on New Year night. Another boy, named Joseph Ferguson, now serving in the reform school for th<i same offense. A small colored boy, named Joseph Jones, who was caught at thetime of the rob bery. turned informer, and was released far giving testimony against his white compan ions. Sullivan admitted being with the boys, but denied taking any part in the robberv. His story was entirely "different from that toid | by Ferguson. ' But you havn't seen Ferguson to talk the mattec over," said Judge Miller to Sullivan. "I know I haven't," answered Sulli van. "Ferguson was lying, and thought he'd get out of it in that way, but he got left. I am telling the truth." Sullivan said that he had been stopping with a man near the depot; that his father lives in Albany and his mother is dead. Ho was sentenced to the reform school during minority. The Booth-Barrett Performances.?A large crowd of Washington people availed themselves of the special train placed at their disposal by Manager Albaugh to go to Baltimore last night to witness the performance of "The Merchant of Venice," by the Booth-Barrett company. The drama was mounted in the most elaborate and artistic mairier, the set for the court scene being particularly striking. That the leading parts were well sustained almost goes without saying. The Holiday street theater was crowded in every part, and the performance was received with frequent manifestations of I lively pleasure. The prospect is that a large numl>er of Washington people will attend the extra matinee performance by Booth and Bar rett to-morrow, as well as Friday night's per formance, for each of which extra trains will be run free of charge. An Englishman's Lesson in American Law.? George Bunter. an Englishmen, has been in this country but three weeks. lie came to this city a few days ago and met some of his countrymen who are employed here as coach men. Last night Buntcr'started out with two of his friends und about midnight they were on 15th street. There they met Charlie Bruce, the hackman. "Can you take us where wo can get some feed?" one of them asked. "Certainly." replied the hackman. The three men got in [ the carriage and were driven to DeAtley's, where they remained until about two o'clock. Ono of them left the saloon *nd the others were about to give the hackman the slip, but he made them get in tbe hack. "We'll jump out and skip." said oue of them. Bruco was on the lookout for them, however. He started toward the first precinct station, and when turning 12th street corner the men jumped out of the carriage, breaking the door and glass. Bruce gave chase and succeeded in capturing Bunter. Not having $3, the amount of fare i charged, Bunter was locked up and taken to the Police Conrt this morning in the "maria." When the case was tried he claimed that Col. Bonaparte's coachman hired the hack and was responsible for the hire. Judge Miller told him that it was unfortunate for him that CoL 1 Bonaparte's coachman was not in court, and re quired him to settle tbe bill or serve nine days on the farm. Attention is called to the sale of local and other stocks to take place to-morrow at 1 o'clock p. m., at Doneanaon s auction rooms. Invest ors should read the advertisement in auction column. ? Five Residence at Auction ? Postpone- I ment.?The sale of tbe fine residence, No. 1816 Vermont avenue, is unavoidably postponed un i til to-morrow (Thursday) at 4 o'clock. Col. Strong's Disappearance. HIS INTIMATE F1UZXM HAT* HO APPREHENSIONS I AS TO HIS SAFETY. Nothing had been heard, up to 10 o'clock thi3 morning, of the whereabouts of Col. Samuel Strong, who suddenly disappeared on Saturday night on learning that an award had been made by the arbitrators in his suit against the District He claimed several hundred thousand dollars and judgments bad been given in his favor for heavy amounts ia a num ber of trial*, which were subsequently set aside, and finally by joint resolution of Con gress. adopted in July last, the whole subject was referred to arbitrators, und the award was tiled last week for about 028.000. Immediately several suits were entered by his creditors, and writs of injunction were served to prevent the payment of the award by the Treasury depart ment. Mrs. Campbell, widow and administra trix of the late Robert Campbell, is one of the suitors and claims over $30,000. and Gen. B. F. ltutlcr. of Strong's counsel, claim* about $46,000. . ? Col. Strong resided at 735 2d Street north west, and had three children living with him, also a young men, who acted as his clerk or secretary. While some of his acquaintances are apprehensive that the announcement of the award affected his mind and caused him to wander off. or perhaps kill himself, his most intimate friends have no such apprehensions. At his home they feel perfectly confident that he is safe, and that he will soon return. It is thought by some of his acquaintances that he has gone to see friends in New York, and others that he has gone to his farm near Cone river, in Virginia, where ho will prepare to me?t the recently instituted suits. Robbery at a Gypsy Camp. SETS* HUNDRED DOLLARS STOLEN AND THE LOSER ||OF THE MONEY WHIPS HIS WIFE?AN ARREST. There was trouble in the gypsy camp at Ber ry's spring, noar the Qlenwood cemetery Mon day night. Tom Stanley, who has a tent in the camp, came to town in the after noon with his wife, and started back in the evening. He sent his wife ahead, and it was nearly 7 o'clock when Tom entered the camp. He remembered that he had placed $700 under the carpet in the tent. He raised the carpet and looked for his wealth, but it was not there. He ques tioned his wife, but she was nnable to throw any light on the loss of the money, and he then proceeded to take his spite out on her. When they separated, his wife had a black eye and her face was badly bruised. She procured a war rant and later in the night Sergeant Slattery went to the camp and arrested Stanley. In investigating the robbery the officers dis covered that two colored boys who had worked about the camp were missing. In the Police Court vesterday afternoon. Stanley was fined ?10 or 30 days in jail for assaulting his wife. She paid the fine. ONE or THE ACCUSED BOTS ARRESTED IN NORFOLK. When the robbery was reported to the police, Detectives Buff and Horno were detailed to in vestigate it. They learned that the accused boys?Monroe Trice and the other who is known as -Ben"?had left the city on the steamer George Leary for Norfolk. Word was sent to the authorities in that citv. and when the steamer arrived at the dock the boys walked ashore and separated. Monroe was arrested and Ben escaped. When the prisoner was searched the officers found $376 in his pocket. Detective Raff left last evening for Norfolk to bring Monroe back for trial. now the Old Man was Entertained.? Ellen Coleman, colored, invited John Ellis, an old colored man. to call and see her. He accepted the invitation and called. He had not been in the house many minutes when Ellen, it is charged, robbed him of 91. John threatened her with the law, bnt she was not easilv frightened, and he had her arrested. When tried before Judge Miller yesterday Ellen was lined $5 or five days. Insane Soldiers.?Wardmaster Bagley, of the soldiers' home at Hampton. Ya.. arrived in the city this morning, having in charge four in sane soldiers, viz., Henry High, late F, fifth Maryland; Gebhardt Meyer, D. ninth Ohio; Jos.'Wcngard. B. thirty-ninth New Jersey, and Frederick Schultz. K. forty-third Illinois. The unfortunates were sent to the government asylum. Installation of Officers.?Columbia lodge No. 1376. G. U. O. O. F.. installed the following officers last night: Past noble father. Magnus L. Robinson, elective secretary: James John son. N. F.: Daniel Washington, N. G.; Wm. Lee, S. P. F.; Reuben Norris. P. N. G.; Alfred Mar tin. I. S. G.: Lewis Herbert, V. G.; Henry Mar tin. 1*. 8.; W. Johnson, warden; Wm. Simpson, conductor; George Grap, chaplain, and James Johnson, treasurer. Thf. Pew-Holders and prominent members of St. Augustine's church held n meeting last evening in the church hall and organized com mittees to open a fair February 11. toward re ducing the church debt. There were six table holders appointed: Sunday school. Miss Annie V. Saunders; Catholic Beneficial society. Miss Mary Doras; Ladies' Mutual Relief society.Miss Maria Means: St. Monica's society. Mrs. Christina Jackson; confectioucry, Mrs. Jane Smallwood; supper, Miss Regina Taylor; fruit stand. Mrs. Mary A. Cooke. Two fine pianos and other valuable prizes are being contested for. Donations will be publicly acknowledged. The Rev. M. J. Walsh, the pastor, presided at the meeting. He abounded in wit and humor, and laughter was freely indulged in bv the de lighted audience which well-filled the hall. Executive committee. Mr. Isaac Landis, chair man committee on invitations; Mr. W. H. Smith, chairman committee on decorations; Dr. W. S. Lofton, chairman committee on sales. Mr. P. A. Dickson, chairman; Rev. Wm. Hooman. Rev. It. T. Burke. Mr. Alexander Thomas, and Mr. Willis J. Smith are committee to award prizes. * Reflections of a Cat. From the Evening Wisconsin. The nicest bed is a pan of rising bread. The old maid is the cat's good Samaritan. If it wasn't for the rat I would bo an outcast. I think I have a pretty nose when it isn't scratched. The oven was about tho hottest place I was ever in. I am blamed for a great many things the girl breaks. In all my experience I never saw a cat hit with a bootjack. Every cat that gets on our back fence doesn't come to see me. When people go to sit down they never see I am asleep in the chair. When I can't get the ribbon off my neck I try to drag it in the dirt. If I hadn't talons the small boy would find no fun in pulling my tail. The sailor is the only one who would sooner have a rat than a cat around. The missis and I can never agree as to the place where I shall bring up my kittens. Missis used to leave me ouly one kitten until after she had twins herself, and then she left me two. The Good Gray Poet. From the Philadelphia Press. In the little frame house on Mickle street, Camden, confined to his second-story front room, with a cheerless view from the windows, Burroundedby books, papers, medicines, letters, and a pile of "November Boughs" (bis last book), sat Walt Whitman vesterday afternoon when a Pres* reporter called. For seven months he has been confined to his room, most of the time to his bed, and all the time guarded closely from visitors by direction of his physi cians." His greeting was breezy and he seemed to me the same democratic Walt wo remember to have seen r.lraost daily less than a year ago, seated npon the ferry-boat with his breast bared to the sun and air. The poet will be seventy if he lives until Decoration day. and though feeble he talked freely of his health, his friends, and his hope of recovery. RRR OO Y Y A L R R O O Y Y AA L KRR O O YY A A L R R O O Y AAA L R R OO Y A A LLLL BBB A K K II NN N OGO BB AA K K II NN N CI O BBB A A KK 11 N N N G ?B AAA K K II N NN O OO BB A A K K U N NN GOO PPP OO P P O O PPP O O P O O r oo w ww w WW WW iDD D K D PR DD DDI? KKS ABSOLUTELY PUR*. This powder never win. A*marral of purity, strength, sad wholeeomeneeo. Mom eooaouteal than the ordinAr kinds, and cannot bo aoM In eoaapotittoa with the maltitude of knr-teet, short-weight alnm or phosphate powder. Sold only '? cone. Royal Bak nMFowMB Co, 106 Wall abort, V.Y. JaalS GEORGETOWN. ? iVmiuu Ladt.?Mr*. Caro line E., wife of Mr. Henry Borrows, died Vrs ?ftemoon at the residence of her son. 8712 S street, after an illness of several months. sixty-elxth year of her age. The funeral w,i) place Friday afternoon. Thk Kteax Yacht Mrraom.?Mr. A. E. Bate mau s steam yacht Meteor arrived at this port on Monday afternoon, with the commodorv and Mrs. Bateman and their two children. The Ueteor u at present anchored off 3id street wnarf. BrTLDixo Association.?The regular monthly meeting of the Citizens' Equitable building as sociation was held Monday night at Qoddard's nalL Money to the amount of ?7.920 was sold, torty-four shares of stock were sold, at an average of ?180 per share. Okttiko Bitter.?Mr. J. Edward Libbey. who has been confined to his residence. corner 31st and P streets, for several days past with kianey trouble, was somewhat improved this moruing, FrNERAL8.-The funeral of Mrs. Catharine j Clements, widow of the late John Clements, took place this morning from her residence on Honth street. Bequiem mass was said over the remaps at Trinity (Catholic) church. The remains of Thos. 8. Tanner were taken to Po tomac. Md., yesterdav for interment. Ikcobrioible Botb.?Mr. Nathan Imlav, a cabinet-maker on Bridge street, appeared' bo- 1 Tore Judge Miller in the Police Court this morning and charged his thirteen-year-old son nJu / *Ith b*"1* an 'die and incorrigible bov. The father stated that during the past six months Walter had run away from home five or six times, sleeping in stables in preference to remaining at home. "Is his mother living?" asked the Judge. "No, sir. His stepmother is, but she treats him well," answered the witness. "Do von ever whip the boy?" queried the judge. "I've whipped him once in six months, but have done a great deal of talking to him," was the reply. "How many children have you?" was the next question. "Seven teen." [Laughter in court.] "Are they all young?" asked the judge. "I believe they are, was the response. "You don't under stand mo," said the judge. "I did not ask whether they were yours or not; I asked whether they were young or not." Witness ex plained that some of his children did not live at home, and was anxious to have the court un derstand that his second wife treated his first wife s children well and never whipped them. The boy was sentenced to the reform school. Carl Banzhaf. an eleven-year-old bov, was arrested yesterday for incorrigibility, be was turned over to his parents, from whom he had run away. It Didn't Work. From the Boston Courier, She?"Well, leap year has gone." He?"Yes. it has gone." "She "Well, I hope you are no longer in fear that I shall propose to you." He?"I never had any such fear." She?"You didn't?" He?"No, indeed. I knew that von knew that I would do that mvself the moment I eot ready." ? She?"Yes, I knew you would." He?"And I would do it now, since you have brought the subject up." She (with a great throb at her heart)?"Yes?" He?"Yes. only I aint ready yet." Purity And Strength. The former in the blood and the latter throughout iw?'e!l!,re necessary to the enjoyment of perfect health. The best way to secure both Is to take Hood's Sarsapartlla, which expels all impurities from the blood, rouses the kidneys and liver, overcomes that tired reeling, and imparts that freshness to the whole body, which makes one feel perfectly well. "I have taken not quite a bottle of Hood's Sarsspa nlla, and must say it is one of the best medicines for toving an appetite, purifying the blood, and regulating the digestive organs, that I ever beard of. It did me a great deal of good." MRS. N. A. STANLEY, Canastota. HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA Sold by all druggists. $1; six for $5. Prepared only by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, ] 1 100 DOSES ONE DOLLAR. TJNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION! OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED. LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY. Incorporated by the Legislature In 1808 for Edil and Charitable purposes, and its franchise J"*;'" ?1?5 "f the present State Constitution in IsTtf, d> an overwhelming- popular vote. DRAWINGS take place Romi-An Si FxJrwnirw ?nd GRAND SIX vil^r. MJMLEK DRAW INGS take place in ciu'h of TUT '!f the aU^lrawn in public, at the Academy of Music, New Orleans, La. FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS. FOR INTEGRITY OF ITS DRAWINGS, AND PROMPT PAYMENT OF PRIZES, Attested as follows: lhatJf. wvervite the arrange tTI / v and Semi-A nmtai Urairi'i(r* of 1 he lAjUibiana State LoiVry Cwnpany, and in >n manave and control the IMtwino* thrmmivrs, and that fAe ?arn? areeundurted with h>me*tu. raiment. and in oorxt/aith toward at parti**, and ice authorize the com pany to tue thu certificate. mtkfac-nmUu?/' our tuj naturu attac/ud, in iu adreri^ernenU." Commissioners. We, the underpinned Rank* and franker*, will pay nil VL, illrau~" The t.ouiriana State Lottctie* which inay be presented at our couiUurt. PI KR^ir^i'VvVf lP ^1* Lcul,ian* National Bank. PIL RRE LA NALX, i-res, state National Hauk. aRntirai' iZH*' i " Orleaus National Bank. CAKE KOHN, Pres. Luion National Bank. GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC. NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 188a CAPITAL PRIZE, $.100,000. 100,000Tickets at Twenty Dollars each- Halves $10; Quarters, $;>; Teuths, <2; Twentieths, $1. LIST OF PRIZES. 1 PBTZE OF $300,000 is .... ?lOO OOO 1 PRIZE OF 100,000 is. .... 1 100 OOO 1 PRIZE OF 50.000 is.... 50 OOO 1 PRIZE OF 25,000 ta....... &S*ikmi ~ PRIZES OF 10.000 are ..*.*.*.*. * 20*000 PRIZES OF 5,000 are v5*000 2i? I'UIZES OF 1,000 are......."..*;";." 25*OOO 100 PRIZES OF 500 are ????? Jjn'oiwi 200 PRIZES OF 300?.. ; H00H1 500 PRIZES OF 200 are 100,000 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 100 Prizes of $500 are 50 OOO 100 prizes of 300 are............... " 'lO OOO 100 Prizes of 200 are iiojoyo TERMINAL PRIZES. 009 Prizes of $100 are ftonooo mw prizes of ioo are *s55oo 3,134 Prizes, amounting to $1,054,800 Note?Tickets draw itled to Terminal Pri . IW Fob Club Rat m1?27f_rlcket* Capital Prizes are not en titled to Terminal Prize#. a f OR~hLU? or ?ny further information sired, write letnbly to the underniinied, clearly stating your residence, with State. County, Street and More rapid return mail delivery will be as y?ur enclosing an Envelope bearing your full ?5?v NOTES, Express Money Orders, or New York Exchange in ordinary letter. Currency by Express (at our expense) addressed to ' ' M. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans, La. Address Registered Letters to NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK, New Orleans, fa "REMEMBER that the payment of prizes is GUARANTEED BY FOUR NATIONAL BANKS of New Orleans, and the tickets are signed by the President of an Institution whose chartered rights are recognized in the highest Courts; therefore, beware of all imita tions or anonymous schemes." ONE DOLLAR is the price of the smallest part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED BY US in any Draw ing. Anything in our name offered for less than a Dollar is a swindle. Jal?-wfcs4w Fruit Of The Loom, Yard wide; bleached cotton; 8Kc. iLONSDALE CAMBRIC; yard wide; finest quality; half *h6nRIETTA CLOTH SITING, very finest qual TV\1 TUT D U-? u?T nr a\vs*?M . wtoe. reduced to 75c.. real value $1. HENRIETTA CLOTH SUITING, very finest qua! DOUBLE WOOL BLANKETS, immenss sia* Width; pure , wool . all coWs- reduced to iu $Finest quality i?UKK WOOL BLANK^ $&, m?Si8MUJIS. elegant Dress Goods . . 7TB $T. ? ariety WFOB CASH ( .jrtR select ooa at hsssof $5 or ever: AM worth $1; a Half Doaso ? Vt* 01 Silk CITY ITEMS. CoAm, Teas, Chocolate. Do yon wr.nt (rood Ooffrt? If ao. to* will find at oar Tea aud ('off. *1 Department the fin est Teu and CoffeM. and at the moat rea*< n able prices. Our 25c. Coffee i* a high grr.fle coffee, and will produce a firat-cUaa drink. Our Mocha and Jar a Coffee, at 30c.. i* nnequaled in quality for the money. Our Toaa a'iao are very tine, and yon will find upoa trial that oar 30c. Tea it away ahead of good* usually aold at that money; beside* we carry a fall line of fin* family groceries at rock-bottom fiifurea. M. A P. Mct7.oek, 1 417 7th at. n. w. First-CI a*? R. M. Bent & Co. Pfunnt, price low; terms easr; sale or rent. Toning and repairing, excellence guaranteed, at re duced popular pneea. #1.50 for ?q.; ?2 for npr. and grds. Victor Becku. 801 yth St. n.w. 1 I>on't Fall to Attend the Great Bank rupt sale at Angeautein's. "17. #19. *21 7th Ktreet northwest. Another great offering of bargain* to-morrow. Waste-paper buckets. !4c.; half dozen Rogers' teaspoons. 67c.; half dozen Rog ers' tablespoons or forks, if 1.6*; half dozen Rogers' table knivea. #1.94; handxomo souare shaped Bridgwood's china decorated dinner and tea aeta combined, only 913.98, a bargain at t'26; goblets. Sc. each cakes soap. 13c.. regular price 25c.; Pride of the Kitchen soap, 4c.. reg ular price 10c.; hatchets. 17c.; tack-hammer and tacks, 5c.: large malolica pitchers, 20c., worth 50c.. and thousands of other bargains which we are too busy to name. Call and see for yourself, at I 8. W. Acoenstein. 817, 819. 821 7th st. n.w. Special Lot for To-morrow.?75 dozen Ladies' and Oent's Undershirts and Drawers, heavy and medium weight, at 25c.; regular price positively 50c.. as a dealer is anxious to take tLe entire' lot. but we reserve this dny's ?ale for the benefit of our customers. Makcfactcrino Establishment, 1 918 Seventh st. n.w. 36 Page ?'Domestic" Fashion Catalogue, illustrating over 1,200 newest winter styles, given away at the Domestic Sewing Machine office. 7th and H. C. Acerbach. exclusive ugent. 16,18,19 Bargains! Bargains! Bargains! At New York Variety Store. 13S."> and 1337 7th I street northwest. Thursday. Friday, and Sat urday till 4 o'clock p. m. % doz. white china enps and saucers. 33c. % doz. English china decorated cups and saucers. 49c. % doz. English china decorated plates to match, 49c. % doz. English dinner plates. 49c. 56 pieces hand-decorated and gold-filled tea | sets. ?4.98. 56 pieces hand-decorated French china. 19.98. 12 pieces hand-decorated chamber seta, in cluding jar, 97.98. 10 pieces English chamber sets.decorated, ?1.98. K-gallon crystal pitchers. 25c. Mats, 25c. and upward. Brooms, only 10c.; worth 20c. Dish-pans, 8. 11. 16. and 19c. Deep and shallow tin puns, all sizes, lc. per qt. Mar ket baskets, 5c. Carpet tackR, lc. per paper. Clothespins, lc. per doz. Nickol's blue J-g-pt. bottles, best on earth. 5c. Y, doz. each knives and forks, heavily plated anil warranted best steel, 91.4'J. Rogers' triple-plate goods at cost Common knives and forks. 49c. per set. 3 picces tin toilet sets, 98c. Large wash boilers, 49c. 100 marbles, 5c. One artistic china picture-frame presented to customers of 49c. and over. New Yobk Vakiett Store. 1 1335 and 1337 7th st n. w. Dr. Henley's Celerv, Beef and iron assist* nature in throwing off disease, and restore* the organs of the bodj" to a healthy condition. Sold by all druggists. I Sugar. Sugar. Sugar. GREAT reduction is scoarh. The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co., Importers and Retailer*, 503 7th street and 1620 14th street n.w. 3104 M street. Georgetown. PURE 8UOARS SOLD AT COST. The Best Standard Granulated Sugars at 7J^c.per pound; the best Standard A Sugar at 7c.; tnebest White Extra C Sugar at 6^c.; the best Light C Sugar at 6e.; the best Cut Sugar at 8>?c. per pound; the best Powdered Sugar, 9c.; 4x, 9c. Handsome presents in the way of Crockery, Giant, ware, etc.. given to all purchasers of our fine Teas and Coffees. We also give checks with every 25 cents' worth of Tea, Coffee and Baking Powder*. It will pay you not to forget their very fine aromatic Java and Mocha coffees at 30c". Fine coffees at 20c., 22c.. 25c. and 28c. Consumers can save from 20 to 30 per cent by buying their Teas, Coffees, Sugars and Baking Powders from us. Coffee ground fresh while waiting by aid of our new electric motor. Our 8-o'clock Breakfast Coffee at 25c. per pound is the best, cheapest and most economi cal in the market. Drink Thea Nectar. Pure Chinese Tea; will suit all tastes; the etandard tea of the United States. Sold at GOc. per pound; present with every pound. We cordially invite all lover* of good Tea*. Coffees and leaking Powder to call and bring their friends and inspect our excellent stock of New Teas, Pure Coffees and Baking Powder be fore buying elsewhere. Remember Our Stores: 503 7th st. n.w., 1620 14th st. n.w.. 3104 M St.. Georgetown; 58. 59 and 60 Center Market; 92 Western Market; 8 and 9 O-st. Market; 101 Northern Liberty Market. 3 NewtonH. Bowxas, Manager. S3 Per Gallon, 75c. Quart Bottle, No. 1 Rve Whisky, best in the world for the money. Orders by mail. Lynch's. 9th near D st. sA w A Great popular demonstration?'The rush of the people after Salvation Oil. Price, 25c. 3 For Bright, Quick Fire and cheap, cicnn fuel bay Washington Gas Light Company * Coke. Johnson Brothers, 3m Exclusive Agents. WINTER RESORTS. EL CORONADO. I) (veun End, \ ovinia ave, Atlantic City, X. J. Oi>en all the year Excellent Cuifine. 15-gm MBit W. L. ADAMS. ri'UE I8LESWOUTH. ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.. X On the beach. ??? end of Virjriiaa ave., WILL UPKN FEBRUARY ?, 18M?J. Jal4-6m KICK A McCLELLAK. Bermuda, The Land of the Lily and the Rosa, HAMILTON HOTEL, Open from December until May. For circulars, etc., address WALTER AIKEN. Proprietor, nl7-stwCm Hamilton. Bermuda. WINTER AND BERING RESORTEATON iX)T l iri Hotel, Old Point Comfort, Va. Terms (2 per day. 410 per wt-eL and upward Jao-3m' GEOKiil. BOOKER, Proprietor. Wm. Qi McKxew. 033 Pennsylvania avenue. GOO L OO V V EKE gRSg OGL OOVVK S O L O O V V FK B88g CJ OO L OOVV K GOO fill- OO V EKE tJB Of every description, for street wear, calling, or the finest receptions. ?* We guarantee every pair of our best make*, and will fit them if requested. H H OO fiSSg n EEK RRB T T H H Q O S__" n K KB T T HHH O O "88k II KB KRK TT li u ?oo? W U SEE is I r la all the rnew ahadea of SUk. Fine Cotton, Lisle Thread, and Balbriggan. Our fast black Bow cannot be surpassed by any other make in the market, Bvsry pair warranted not to rab off or cnck. | COMPLETE ASSORTMENT fOFJ UNDERWEAE, HANDKERCHIEFS. CORSETS (C. P. and P. D, makes i, OOU.ARS AMD CUFFS, RUCHINO. VEILING, UMBRELLAS, ho. ho. will pleas* rwiMikii oar BEDUCED PRICES m WRAPS sad CHILDREN'S fJXUKS SEAIrBETB SACQUES A1|GBEATLT(REDUCED PBICEB to B. H. Taylor, AMUSEMENTS. LECTURE- BT REV 4. McKXNDREE UI1.T, D D . at Oner M t ohwrrh. nmn Wb and I FRIDAY. JANUARY l?j at 7 :W p. m. Subject "TI* (Ib iiH K.Vr. ?f Inrt dent* In Itinerant Ule." Mrnalwi, J"i i???? jiHI * (1HARLKSH. LITCHMAN. AT *?WiMCT!1ll1.t j Mondat I'Truin*. K)h 4. 1 WMC s ,iw* l. -"Enter prise avd Labor Reel- ?"??al, not Hostile Adni<aM<? J.V Hwu rrnn'VI without ??tn (tin' ?? Mfinr otfabuoc *'? UlUFil G~ LdJBK THEATER. Prnu. arw.. near llth it bUMM T?es.L.} w-lneadaj . Fn.la} and Saturday FIRST CI.As* V ARII riKS EVF.KV SIGHT Admission. ia *0 ul 30 caota. lal.Vfi** ERNAN S NKW W ASH1NGTON TUATU Mttlum M n Tw? , Thura. sod Hat. ikwi\ Mtm' BIG SHOW. A Ru-lil Boyal Eeaat of M1BTH. MUSIC, DARING. TAl-FXT A VP BF. Vt*TT .. CHEAP PRICES AT MATINEES. 10c . IV and -'5* *14 HVKK1K' BlJ(?r THFATF.R Week of JauiMLT) 14 Mttlnm cn Tim*., Tbura . and laL FRENCH k SANGER'S Dprrta nlv Melodrama "HAKIkiK LIGHTS," Ai played In tbe following cities London. 5?4 nlfMfc New Vork. 14* aurhts. Boatou, 1 It* nights _Jal4 Next *?k--TWO JOHNS" ^L-BAIOHS OKAMi OPERA HOt'SR. MONDAY. JANUARY 14. liaot week of thr McCAULL OPERA COMPANY. <Jno. A. M.-Caull. Sole Ppmrt T an<l Miiirr l FIVE RIGHTS AMI SATI R1>AV M ATINEE. L OO KRR VRR A It XN S KF.R L O O K R B R AA II Ml K t L O O KRR KRR A A II N * S I E L O O R R K K AAA II X KX K . LLLL OO R R K KA A II X KN KKK . By the codt|>oeer of "IK? C?aar." SATURDAY NIOHT. JANUARY l?, ONLY PER FORMANCE OF BBB OO OOC O0C A OOC OOT II OO B BO OC CO C AA C CC CIIO O BBB OOC C A A C C IIO O B BO OO CC C AAA C CI' ClIO 0_ BBB OO OOC OOU A A OOO (XX II OO . Jal4 IWHWI MAQUIS M1TCHIU. EW NATIONAL THEATER. One week. commencing Monday. January 14. MATIffEES WDIBUT AID SATl'RDAY. GILLETTE'S KrtM. Fool-stirring and - - -RR_ K H FEB mm Ultra-gorveoua BpaoOr- ""f M HF. ular Production of Hag- "SH,, HHIIII ganl'a Remarkable Ro- ? s H II K mance, H II F.KK ... IF" Exactly aa rwntlr wwntwlat tbe K.mrUwtk street Theater. Nr? York . Mollis ?rr.-et Theater. Bt? ton.and Walnut arwet Theater, Philadelphia. 100?DRAMATIC AND LYRIC ARTISTS-100 ?? 'She' ta all right "-.V. r. M'arUt. MONDAY. JANI" ARY 21. Jal4 CORA TANNER In "FASCINATION " IS w ASHINGTON RIDING ACAUI MY. Corner of -"-'<1 and P at* n.w. Instruction given to Ladu-a, Gentlemen. and Chil dren. BEST APPOINTED BOARDINO STABLE IN THR COUNTRY: S25 A HORSE PEB MONTH. INCLCD INO I"HE OK RING FOR EXERCISING. Ample car riage room and i|<erial atx-omniodattona for coarbraaa. PUBLIC MI HIC HIDES EVEBY KATl'BDAY NIGHT AT H O'CLOCR. HORSES FURNISHED AT 91.50 EACH. PERSONS BIDING OWN HOK.sES. 50 CENTS. Telephone call VM. 8end for cirrular f. D. BROWN, )al 4 11 ' Manager. ^JONGKEUATION AL CHUIUT1L The Hecond OBAND OONt'EBT FRIDAY EVENING, JANl'AKY IS. by the BOSTON SYMPHONY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Win. Gern-ke. Conductor, Aaaiated by the aell-known Pruna Dmrna MISS EMMA JUCH. and the renowned Violin Virtuoao, MR TIMOTHE ADAMOWHL Brilliant prarram Including HA YUEN SYMPHONY MO. *. Concerto fur Violin (new), MOSCOWSKL Introduction and clodng acene fruai TRISTAN and ISOLDE. WAGNER. Miaa Juch will alng "ARIA FROM MARRIAGE OF FIGARO." And aunga b> Ki liubert. KulietiHteln and S. huniann. Reaerved * I and tl.MI. at i. F. Ellla fc On, KIT Pa. ave. tfbwun in advance to avoid diaap pomtiucnt BI BDITT k NORTH. Managrra JalltlT IpHE MAAS CONCERTS DR. LOUIS MAAS. THK~EMINENT PIANIST. AaMMbr MR FREDERH'k JAMESON, TENOR. of New York. .. Will appear in two attractive i>n?Tatna, couatitutinf Hie ae 'otKl |?ir of the BIHCHOFF CONCERTS. At the Congnvatioual Chun luou two evening*, TCESDAY AND W l.IiN KSDAY. J ANl'AKY 15 AND 1?. Tick eta, inrludinir rwrvM aeata. 50c? now on aata at Ellia k Co.'*. U.'IT l"eniia> lvania ave! ??rrtALKS BY TRAV1 I.ERS X at 1'oung Meu'a ChnaUan Aaaociation. Clnaing Talk FRIDAY.Jan. ll.atHp.m. Prof. A. G. WILKINSON, of U. S I-a tent offioa. Subject: The Paaaiona Spiel of Ober-Annuetvan. AdniiMlou by ticket, to be liad frf b> au> younf man appl>iug at 1409 N. Y. ave. The courae it for men only. n 1 H ni.* AfJm ALIFORM A. \_y S|?Hial Partiea. Senu monthly Free Sleepinc Cara. Cheap lUt'n. 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