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Vol. 74?No. 12.058.
WASHINGTON, D C? SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1889.
TWO CENTS.
THE EVENING STAR
ptblishkd DAILY, Exrrpt Sandfly.
AT THE STAR BUILD IN OR,
Hortbw**: otrrsr P<nuv'.v?au At*, ud 11th 8u by
The Evening star rew?paper Company,
& H. kautfmann, PrefL
Jam tfhlm Stv* la **rr?d to rabafrlber* In -he
ct*.y by carrier*. on thctr omi tcrviiit. at locwnta iwr
waek. or 44c. per moath. Coi it* at the 'oiuit?r. 2
?aula neb. By u.ul -|wlku -oo ceota a
bonth on* year. $m. m uajutna, $3.
(Entered at th? Po?t oflkce at w aakiaftua. d C-. a*
?aeond ?<-:??* mall matter ]
Turn wiiiit Stib - nnbiiabad on Friday?$1 a
year poatw prepaid mil month*. 30 cent*
tr ad mail *ub*rripti<in* mn*t be paid inadvaaea;
bo paper aent loiurer than is paid for.
Rata* of *dvertiatnc made kouwu on application.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
, north CAROLINA AVE.m. P.CHURCH,
corner North Carolina ave.and xth at. s ?' ?
prxachinr at 11 a. m and 7 .10 p i'l. by the laator.
Rev. J. w Trout. Sunday school. i?:30 a. m. 1w?
meetlnir Friday evening, ? uo p. :u. Seat* free. All
welcome.
q. pes8aqno fc SONS
Will open their itore, 80b ?th at. n. w?
MONDAY. february 25,
it* in French and Italian General Produce.
PERSONAL.
AYOl vu WIi.(."a IN M kl> OF FINANCIAL
aid .it*ire? to meat a ifeutletiian who will advance
hti 41 do. Addreaa ifcji 3:t, ^tar of&re.
war \\ j t p iii>. pkksen 1 addbess IN WASH
Yv lu*tou of mra. iwrkcr. "siairaetic llubtwr." Ad
d?m 1. SKMi'le. city nwlusm. it*
vv HY dogentu M en GOTO .'>03 14TH a,
? opposite wlilard s, to g-et tlieir hair cut? Answer
Cerauan he 1? ? Philadelphia urtint and understand*
n bumimm. Hard head* to cut solicited. fe23-ht
tiltex Hi MONEY ORDER DEPARTMENT OF
/ K?n?aa i'ltv ycat-oftk desire* u, chai.ee place*
with oue in Waabi iffton ur..icr civil service. Addrm*
ltvl.vrlv ?. ?>l> St. Cloud butldibf. city. 182- 3t
iovitskkvice examination' "questions
v ami answer*. field ioo. t?
?. w. FLVNN. A. M., Ivy Institute.
f5-lm* South weet cor Sth anj E *t? n.w.
DIVORCE*?a. oooditlch, ATTORNEY AT la
194 Dearborn ?., ch*-a?o. advice free, twenty
one years' experience. buaiues* uuletly and legally
totuml'foil. e<>1.i-s,lu,tn,ly _
\v m. * 1lii AM 8. beo. W. meel.fr E?H. ai flfor
m lied Private Detective Agency Communication*
lronn tlj attended tn ?jd atrctly conrident.il. gam
ojen all hours. V>. WILLIAMS. jlauarftr. s>:;b t rnw.
my 4-lorn*
JISTH's OLD STAND" is thk ONLT flack
where hrat cl*** Second hana clotiiiny caii u?
x id at lesi et lab.a price*. aiiaresa or call at bl u d at.
ii.?. *?
uon-t w abte A good
opportunity:
NOW xa YOUR TIMS TO BUY AN 0VEE
COAT OR 9UIT AT
?0.o4h
AND WHILE YOU ABE HERE TAXI A
EOOE AT THE TROUSERS WE ARE
SELLING AT ?2 00, 43.60, and ?5. ev
t
ERY PAIR WELL MADE AND PERFECT
FITTING.
2seman BROS.
SEVENTH AND E HTBEETS.
MANUFACTURING CLOTHIERS AND TAILORS.
kti'te
Shoes And Suppers
FOR everybody AND EVERY OCCASION.
FOR wale3ng. FULL DRESS AND DANCING.
evening SLIPPERS and TIES. in Black, Whit* *nd
Popular Colon.
MEN'S SILE-TOP PATENT LEATHER congres8
gaiters.
fumkk. OEFORDS, and LACE BALS.
CHILDREN'S SHOES a Specialty.
The I .arse it and Be*t Selected Stock of everything
in our line, at correct prices.
DALTON k striceland.
930 Puma. ave.
>38-3m
Stamped Linens. ]Viw Designs.
Extra-fine H*tn*titched Tray-i-over. 50c-.
Extra-hne 54 Bureau Cover (h*bi*t>tchrd>, $1^
and 30 and 32 inch *quare?, ?t 41 aCd 91.25.
N*w ? in hamatltched Pillow Sham*, $1.25
each. t
Silk Hematitchad Pillow Sham*. 41.75 each.
Stamped Children'* Uiba. at 10c.
Enyliah Stamped Table Cover, 75c.
jfc ltou Sheeting Cover latampedi, 50c.
dauiaak Tray-cover (*tamp*<li, 25o.
Extra-fine Triy^over, 50c.
i*r1n?*d-llne Squares. 50c.
~'i inch Boltcn sheetiny. at 50c. per yard.
barwiirron liuen Thread in all shade*.
j-jint alirhtly aoiled stamped iinena at one-third *he
nfakrpim.
stamping! STAMPING:
new DESIGNS,
While you wait.
8. OPPENHEIMER a bro.,
dl-*oua? 514 t'th at. n. w.
Dcnlap-s ^xew Yore Hats.
The spring Style of Silk and Derby Hat
fiith avenua Style now ready at
WILLETT A RUOFF'S,
bl-lm 905 Penn. ave.
Gtet The Best
THE CONCORD HARNESS
LUTZ A BRO.
?07 Penn. *r* . *djnia<ng National botal
bon* Blaakata and lap Bob** la treat variety at
wy low prtc**.
oc3
J. c* Hutchinson.
1MPORTE&
M1LL1NEBT.
NOVELTIES IN NETS. LACES AND DRESS
TRIMMING.
FANS. FLOWERS.
SPRING JACKETS.
WRAPS.
?ELECT STYLES.
LOWEST PRICES.
FOSTER KID GLOVES FOR STREET AND EVEN
ING WEAR.
k2 007 PENNSYLVANIA AVS.
FBANK m. lkwi*
JEWELER. SILVERSMITH
in
DEALER ci TINE itationebe.
t
BAB JUST OPENED A LARGE AND HANDSOME
STOC K OF
ONYX TABLES.
AT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES.
establishkd 10?o. 1215 fenna. AYE.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
WASHINGTON LODGE, SO ?. I. O. O.
F ? A ?r<vit l meeting of tup Lo<lge will be
held this SATURDAY EVESISU. V:id Inst.at <30
u'cWk. to niak*arrio cements for the funeral of our
late brother, Alfred Iddiii4. J. 8, BOLWAY.
It R.B.
cuj.i?ii??r. .sext weds es'da'y
KlOHT by Choral r.ociety .11)'I Soloist*. It
EXCEL-IOR ASSEMBLY ?ilT'J. K. OF I..
at 11* 1..*; meetc.g rd>-mneel over one wt-ek
to allow nmuu-rs to art. ml a hil ? r rally at Opera
House in Alexandria next WEDNESDAY EVFSINO.
1 ebruary 27. b?u. Beaunoio, ami others to
speak. Delegation will go by ioaf. If river is open,
oth- rwisc by car* at 7 o'clock All urged to attend.
r.'3-3t 1 r MoNAHAN. M. W.
at- 1MPD o7 OFTi" M.?THE CHIF.F8 AND
member* of (N ?r.' Trilie, No 'i. are re
onehted to meet at tli" ir wnrwam ThlSiSitunUjr)
tVl.MNtf Frbrua'-y 2c<i. at 7o'clock altarr. to mske
arrangement* to a.it-mi the fuiitral of cur late Bro.
Past Sach. Alf.l Iddins.
By or tier of the Xixh.
It- AtW?t JAS. E. DEMENT, C. of K.
a- _ > Mils. roiiitiNvr M<xMii.-i,wvsii\,
: ?- GEEIRIDE EDMCNDS, and Mr.
I l.fia PARKFli in CALLIKHOE at Choral Society
Concert NEXT WEDXESDAY. lt_
I ji-.is ONE OF Tib nF:~WORLD-REXOWXED
Kranich i Jtarh Upright I ianos mHt be "old
at a sacrifice tot rash at G. U WILD k BUO.'S, 709
| 7th at. n. w. ISS-3t? I
i , LAST 9CAKTEK IS DANCING FO*
SsJS." chddreii and adults befrins MAhCH 1. prox.
All trie latent ilancei thoroughly taught b) my original i
method.
CIim .Java for rliildm, "bf ginners," Tuesday and
I Friday. Advanced, Wednesday and Saturday, .1.30 to
0 30 p.m.
For adults?Tues lay. Wednesday, Friday, aud Satur
day evenings, 8 to 10 p.m. I
German each Friday and Saturday evening.
lira. FLORA C. DENXISOX,
f22 3t W# M at.
THF. AI.DERNFY DAIRY PLANT IS
BvS this city has this day l?een sold and trans
ferred to the Kitig?!ey Bros.' Creamery Co., and will in
future he coudm tea by that company. AH bills re
ceivable acd pay able up to this date will be received
and paid by me.
Ir transferring thla plant I would state for the in
formation of the public that the facilities of the
Kingsleiv Bros.' Creamery Co., with their twenty
creameries in the country and my plant In this city,
makes lb* delivery of dairy products to the public
simply i*rfeet, and the patronage so liberally-be
stowed upon me in the past I rwpectlullv solicit for
the above-named company. F. K. WARD.
February 21,1881).
Washington, d. c.. Feb. 21, issh.
7b f At PuUO-:
Having purchased from Mr. Frank K. Ward the
Alderuey Dairy ai.d all projierties connected therewith
(except real estate), we this day assume Control aud
become responsible for and entitled to all bills 111
euxred. whether receivable or payable, from aud in
cluding this date. Our extensive creamery plant, con
sisting of twenty creameries, located in Virginia, iriws
us unsurpassed facilities for supplying the best dairy
products, and our aim and desire will be to gl\ a ? bet
ter service to our patrons tiiau heretofore enjoytd by
them. As soon as practicable necessary chunges will
be made in the linn of furnishing and enlarging the
delivery system, and we request your pa'.ioiiage.
Yery respectfully,
fe22-6t KISGSLEY BROS.' CREAMERY CO.
0f-^5s THE FIRM OF E8HER * TAYLOR",
Irvzi. Stone Contractors, doinc bu.-nien.i on 7th st.
and R. I. ave. c.w? have this day dissolved by mutuU
couseut. G. C. FSHF.R,
P. TAYLOR.
Thebnainess willtw continued by the utidersifiTied,
wh > aasum" all indebtedness and will collect all ac
counts due the old lirrn. P. TAYLOB.
FebruaryJ8^? _ KMC
SHORTER HOURS.-SFCOM) PUBLIC
met tit;*f ol the Clerks' Assembly, to be lield
at elks' Hall, >d4 1'i-i.u. ave.. on MO>DA\. February
2."?th. at 8 o'cl?j? k p.m. Subject for discussion.- "Es
tablislunent of au 8-hour .National Work Day."
Public invited. WS-Jt'
r-^a'THE COPARTNERSHIP""HERETOFORE
exisiini,' betwieii the utidersiirned in ier tije
hrn, uaim' of Sh.:iahan .k Baldtvin ht:s this day U'l II
oissoltidby mutual consent. Mr, sliananan collects
all demaiida aud pays ail debts of the firm.
HAMl.l. SilAXAHAN.
ERNESi p. li.VI.liWIX.
Waahington, D. C., Feb. 18.188y.
I will continue the business at the same place, 1911
Penna. ave. n.w., and have en^aKed the servicea of Mr.
Baldwin, my former partner.
m at1 DANIEL SHANAHAX.
a?? BEDFORD W. WXLKEB, LATEOF THE
firm of Walker 4: Wilson, will continue the
real estate buamesa at the office of the late Arm. Kloti
F st. n.w. Property sold, lenta collected, loans nego
tiated. 120- lm
"WILSON WHISKY"
PRODCCT OF THE WTLSON DISTILLERY,'
HtGHSPIRE. DAUPHIN CO.. PA.
This celebrated Whisky, most carefully and slowly
yeasted, mashed, fermented, and distilled from the in
valuable health-tnviLiK c'halyls-ate waters and choice
small urain Rye, peculiar to the reuowued mountain
districts of Pennsylvania and Maryland, and ri)*ned
in heated warehouses, sea-voyaged and a#ed in the
warm salt air of Bermuda. The oxides of iron and
their homologous salts found in the waters from which
this Whisky is distilled render this Whisky invaluable
and uuequiled as a tonic and rejuvenator to tho;e in
need of strength, vitality, and vigor.
See certificate of Prof. Tonry, of the Baltimore Med
ical College:
"IT IS PURE. FREE FROM FUSEL OIL, AND CAN
THEREFORE BE SAFELY RECOMMENDED FOR
MEDICINAL USE. ITS HIGH COLOR IS DUE TO
THE IRON PRESENT.
-WM. P. TONRY. Ph. D? Chemist"
Ask your Grocer fcr WILSON WHISKY.
THE ULMAN GOLDSBOROL'GH CO..
Distillers,
fet-:lip Baltimore, Md.
STOCKHOLDERS O F PERFECTIOX
HEAT AND LK.HT COMPANY will please
take notice that itiere will a stockholders' Meeting for
the election of I'irei tors and such other business us
may come up Is lvre it, at 5>lt8 F st. n.w.. on MOXDA Y
EYENIXO, Feb. 25,188W, at 7 o'clock p.m. By order
of the Board. GEO. G. scHKOEDhlt,
l*r> sidcut I'rc Tern.
A. L. SMITH. Secretary Pro Tern. f n;fc .?:t-2f
^ THE ANSI M EI.K'I IOS FOR DIREC- !
l^"^tiir?ofthi'X(ill l liCli.N LIHIRTI MARKET
I'OMi ANY will be held at the olti-of sanl company
MARCH 11. 1881*. Polls open from 1 to ."> p.m.
Transfer books closed March 1; oi-en March 12.
fl2-ootnarll _ GEO P. EOllRFK, J?cr(tary.
THE ANNUAL MEETINCi OF THE
?^^ -n-'ktu.l.lei^or the NOlt'l H; UN LIBF.U1Y
MARKET COMPAX Y ? ill 1* held at the ofte ?= of s;ud
com pal.;. M AUI li U, 1>?V.
fi2-eotn^rti fii:o. P. BOHRER. Se? retary.
48 PER ' EXT DIVIDEND
Declared axd being fully paid
BV THE
AXACOSTIA BUU.DIXG ASSOCIATION
OS
ALL STOCK ISSUED AT THE TIME OF ORGAN
IZATION IX '85.
Assures the public of its successful operations snd fur
nishes means for a safe and good paying investment.
The books of the Associ'ti^ii are now o(< u for the sub
scnptlon to the fourth series stock. Shares ouly $2
per month. For further information apj'ly to H. A.
LINGER. President; C. F. WALSOX, Treasurer, WM.
D. CAMPBELL. H. B. FERXALD, J. W. HARTLEY,
JAMES L. GREEN, E. 8. WESC'OTT, R. B.WILLETT,
and GEO. J. THOMAS, or to the Secretary, j
A. M. GREEN,
)a24-thkslm Office?Monroe st.,Anacostia.
- ? Tiy-ilRV TO IXFOBM THOSE HAVING
1^5 business in the Courts of Prmce tieorge's
eOanty. Md.. that I have becouio associateil with It. E.
BRAND I. F>n., of Upper Marlboro, in the transaction
of law business in that county, and that all business
entrusted to our care will receive rrompt and care: ul
attention. F1LL.UORE BE.VLL,
i'.i-*4ilm ll'.'d 4H st. n. w.
AN ITEM FOR MEN.
There is a gre.:t advantage In hcving your
L>re?s Shirts msde in Winter. New Mu>liu is warn.er
tl.au <dd. You get the beuetit of the new warm Musiin
now. and by Fumuier you have at ideol soft, cool
Shirt We lutvea Shirt f actory on the premises, and
guarantee absolute Mtisfaction. Bosoms finished to
suit. Bottom prices.
WOODWARD k LOTHROP,
Ja28-lm STORE FOR MEN?lOl.'t F ST. X. W.
EQUITABLE
CO-OPERATIVE Bl'ILDIXG AHKOCIATIO*
-EQUITABLE BUILDING." 1003 I ST.
ASSETS. #97l,53i?.?t
Subscriptions for shares In the ltlth issue received
daily at ths office of the Association, Equitable Build
ing. lUOaFst.
Shares are t".T>0 per month.
91,000 advanced on each share.
Pamphleta explaining the uo^ecta and advantage of
Uu A tsociation arc furniahed upou application.
Office hours, from U a m. to 4:.'J0 p.m. On the first
Wednesday wtu.li month th* oli.ee will be open from
6 to Mo clock pjn. Advances will lis mads promptly
at 7 o'clock.
THOMAS BOMERVILLI. Prsst
ma JOY EDSON. Sec'y. XiS3
SPECIAL NOTICES.
95
ST. LUKE'S PROTESTANT KPI8COPAL
9- Church, loth it., neer P?In. Alex. Crum
rnel', Rector. Divine service 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. ui.
Fnll choral service. The H> r. Dr. Piatt, iate of Roches
ter. X. V, will preach both inorniinr and evening. It*
-THK""KEW J EiiUSALEM (SWEDKXBOKG
_ *? mil society will bold its sei-vicea to-mor
tow ut Metzcrott hall, 519 12ih st. n. w. Sunday
schoolat !J:30; serinoSat 11 by the Rev. W. B Hay
dcn: subject, "'I he Cliristian quality represeuted by
the Trili" i>t Benjamin." It*
_ALL SOULS' (UNITARIAN) CHURCH,
s^.^~L conier 14th and Lsts.u.w.?.\i ornlng service
11 a. 111. Vesper*. 7:30 p. m. Sunday school. 9:30
u. in. Preaching to-morrow morning *nG evening by
the pastor, Kev. Rush K. Sbippen. At the morning
servt. e the ar.uual collection will be take:! up for the
lienetit of the American Unitarian Aumoctation. It
CHURCH OF THE COVENANT, (PRES
liyterian 1, will be opened to-morrow tor di
vine u. rship. The morning service at 11 o'clock will
lie conducted l>> the pastor; ?t tUere will be a
union serv ice. to winch a cordial invitation isev
<1, with t rie' addresses hj Dr*. Sunderland,
Chester, Barflett and Pitzer. I11 {he evening1 at 7:30
a service conducted by the pastor: Sunday school at
I'.'tll; Young People's meeting at (1.45. It
KEC6N1?~BAITIST "cUt*Bf.'H~" 3D ST.",
5, bet. U aud I sts. n.w , W . Bishop Johnson.1>.
I' .pastor.?11 a.ni.. Kev. J. A Taj lor.secretary foreign
mission worlr. Subject: The Christian Commission.
!J p.iu . K. S. lyceuni. piper. Prof 11 A. ISleisinir. Sub
J' T: The Bible. 7:30p.in., Bev. J. A. Taylor. Sub
ject Possessing tl?'> Land for Christ. Colloetioii all
Joy for African mission work. It*
BEV. wTi- PAKHOS WILL PREACH AT
Tr, the Church of the Reformation. Pa. ave. and
yd st h. e? Capitol Hill. 11 a m. and 7 30 p in. Seats
free, and the neut ral public invited. Sunday School,
t>:30: Class in Catechism 4 p. m. *
.a, FIFTEENTH-STREET FRH8BYTERIAN
_ ? ChurL-h. ?Bev. Francis J (Iriinke, D. p., hu*
returned to the city and will preach Sunday morning,
February 24.1 889,at 11 o'clock and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath
school at 9 30 a.m. All are io\ tted. ijeatafree. It'
WESTERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
_ H st., between 19th and 20th.?Bev. T. h.
Wyukoon, Minister. Morning service, 11 a.m.. ser
mon-"(oncermng Spiritual Gilts." Evening- senrieo
at 7, begins with Young Peoples' Society. Sermon,
?'ihe Yo .ug Christian a.ud his Bible." 8transfers ai
wg> h wsli ome. It
VERMONT AVE. CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
11 a.m., pastor, F.D. Power-, 7:30 p.m.Coti
^-russloual Temperance Society, addressed by Senator
Frye, Gov. Loug, Judg- Stuart and other*. Sunday
s<-liool l>: 30: Mission, Odd Fellow's Hall, * e., 3 p. in.;
Young People's Meeting 0:30 p.m. Seats all (re*.
Stranger* weloomt. It
metropolitan M. E. PHritCH, COR.
4X and C ata ?PreachiiiK to-morrow a't ll a.
ai. by the pastor, Dr. O. H. Corey, and at 7:30 p. m.
bj Dr. J. McKendrae Kelly. Sabbato school H:30 a.
ni Yonug- people's meetlntr 0:30 p. m. Quarterly
conference Monday evening. It
PLYMOUTH COXOKEGATION AL
Chnrch.cor. 17th and P st. n.w. ih<- Rev.
Sterliuif X. Brown will preach mornimr and eveniUK at
Plymouth Couirrefnitloual church to-morrow. 9:30 a
m. Sunday school. 11 am., subject?"Ood as the dew
unto I-rael." 7:30, subject?"Christ the li?ht of the
world." It"
ij"- . LUTHER PLACE ME MOllIAL CHURCH,
Pastor J. G. Butler.?Service at 11 a.m.
Afternoon servic* at 4:30 regularly; specially helpful
to Sundav school workers aud Bible student*. Every
body welcome. It*
, AT CONGREGATIONAL CHL'RCH TO
MORROW AFTERNOON at 3 o'clock.
Children's Mass Meetintr of Loyal Letriou and Bands
of Hope of W. C. T. U.; speaki!i(f and Kimriuir by the
children. picture talk by Mrs. Welsh Dr. Bischoff
Willi'reiule at the oiyan. Brinir the children. Mrs.
ALFKLD W OoD, District Sup't of Juvetul* Dep't. It*
YOl'XCi MEjTs CHRISTIAN ASHOCIA
tiou.?Massmeetintf lor men only, Sunday,
at 4 10 p.m., conducted by Mr. C. F. Nesbit: addressed
hy Mr. E. B. Niver, subJcct: "Pilate s yueatiou."
Brilfht mu^ic led by orchestra. Free n-ats aud a wel
come to aU yountf men. Bible class at 3 p.m. If
~ <-ox(iftESSl(TxAI. TEMPKKAXCK SO
r* ciety. Annual meeting at Vermont Avenue
Christian church .30 to-morrow evening. Addresses
by Senator 1 rye. of Maine, clov. Long, of Mas*aehu
aetts, Judire Stuart, of Georgia, and others. Public
invited. Hon. N. Dingley, president; Frederick D.
Puw .T, secretary. - It
TEMPERANCE MEETINGS SUNDAY
ni^lit by the i. O.G.T.. Good Templars Hall,
.?mii vaclub m charge. Odd Fellow,' hall, Sth st. h e.,
A. K;i!strom in charge. Major Devine aud others will
speak, 'lenleytown, D. C., Mrs. L. D Kusscll in
1 nar-re. Benuing, D. C., Piney Grovd church, Dr. C.
N. WThltney In charye. It*
a^r;js? ORAND TEMPERANCE BALLY OF
?3-. _ . Minerva club. cor. 4;-6 and Pa. ave.. 8UN
i-.\i EVENING, at 7:30 P.m. Col. Carter. J..*. L<-e.
Mrs. BtUtoeU and others will speai. Judge Weed wiH
preside. It*
MRS. J. McKENDRBE RF.fLEY WILL
conduct the LADIES' CO.sstCKATION
aiK 11XO at) 1 a. in.,on Wednesday next, the a7th
insUnt. at Vt eHley Chai>el, corner 5th aud F*au. n.w.
All cordially iuviied. It"
" CHORAL HoCIETY-BEHEABSALS AT
_ Congregational Church MONDAY, S p.m.,
T1 i-.sDAY, 4:15 p.m. f*.'3-'.'t
SOXS OF 40XADAB. THE-PUBLIC
meeting haalbeen postponed until iuither
If
rr^saGYM NASTIC EXHIBITION BENEFIT.
Young Mens' ChrisUau Association Athletic
Club, at the Gymnasium,
1401) New Y'ork ave. n.w.,
MONDAY, February 25, S p. m..
It* Admission 25 cents.
and Marine* of lsbl to 1S05 are resi-ei-t
fully reuuested to attend the tn>-etuig to be held iu
their itiier^st on MONDAY EVENING* 7:30,atG. A.
K. buil.lmg, 1414 Pennsylvania avc. If
s, THUS WILL BE A MLETING O'f THE
_ , Citizens' Protective Association of South
w??niuirtou at it. Domiuic'* Hall. cor. tlth and F
sts. s.w . on MONDAY, February 23. at S o'clock p'ni.
A full attendance of the member* i* re<tuc*ied.
N. H. SHEA, President.
M. J. COLBERT, Secretary. fc23-2t
- ^ OXoXDAGA TBIBE. XO. 10.1. O. R. M.,
~s?. will give their 2d annual Bail ou THURS
DAY. Feb. 2S, at G. A. K. Hall, opposite Williard's
Hotel. Sister Tribes and the public are cordially iu
vited. r,'3-of
columbia NATIONAL BANK,
UO?. February 23,1889.
Statement at cloae of busine**. February 21, 18SS.
Caah ou hand aud due from banks 42*14,098.52
Loans and discount* 38tS.l57.ltJ
Deposits 480,909.3 <
Statement at close of business, February 21, 1H89.
Cash on hand and due from banks $504 853 43
Discounts '35,481.78
Deposit*. -1,020.311>.98
Discount Committee meet* every day at 11 o'clock.
B. H. WAR NEK. President.
A. T. BRITloX, Vic. -Prtaideut.il
f23-10t E. S. PARKER, Cashier.
NEW PATTERNS OF
CHANDELIERS AND GAS BRACKETS,
HALL LIGHTS AND I.IHK.VRY SLIDES.
E. F. BRtH>K>.
MOST IitPROVED GAS-HEATING STOVES.
UAS LOGS. AN DIKONS AND FENDERS,
WEDDING PRESENTS.
f2-3m E. F. BROOKS. 531 15th st.
i^^iaPAP.NELL DEFENSE FI " N D - A LL PROM
iw?d contributions to this iund at the H^r
ris Theater, together w<th new subscriptions, will be
receiv> d at the star othce and ackuowleugc.l. By order
ot committee. l'A'i KICK WARD, President T. M.
Haaly Branch I. N. L. lel9-lmo_
HUNGARIAN GOVERNMLNT W INB4.
luported exclusively in bottles bearing the
Government Protection Label ou the neck.
The best ( larets. White Wines for table use aud
incdiciiial purposes as recoiumeuiled by
Pron;inent Physicians.
GEO. E. KENNEDY SON'S,
12u0 F st. n. w.
Sole Agents of the famous Royal Hungarian Govern
ment W ine Cellar* of Budapest (Hungary). fl9-liu
i+- _ ^7}eo. a. Wilson, late of the firm
oi W alker A: W llson. Ileal Estate Broker.
Property *old, renU collected, and loan* negotiated.
1425 N. Y. ave.. Leuiuan Bidg. '1 ate elevator. tlU lin
WHEN TOU purchase gas Fix
ture* get the latest design* and loweit price from
C. A. MUDDIMAN, 120C F*t.
Gorxl* guaranteed. Competition met. J*17-3m
BUY^ YOIR COAL. COKE and wood
from
JOHNSON BROTHERS,
the leailinir firm in the District. Ja5-3m I
CERTIFICATES OF STOCK. CHEQUES, '
aiid other necuritle*. Commercial utho
kiaphy and designing. A. G. GEDXEY.
>1 1 titli and D streeu (Post lliuldingh_ 1
JF YOU DESIRE COMFORT IX A FULL
Dres* Shirt bu?P. T. hall's Improved open J
Uack and Front Shirt. 9t>8 F *t. n. w.
tr Shim^to onler a *i*cialty. >24-3m |
- LOVERS OF G<X)D LAGER BEER ARE
invited to examine the iollowing analyst*
insdeby Pro!, i'ristoe of the product of the .Mount Ver
non Brewery. Having made extemiveadditiou* 10 my
plant In the last two >cars, 1 can *ately promise that
I the high standard of my brands "Champagne Lager"
aud' "Capuciiier *h*U alway* be maiutatned. So beer
will lie put Upon the market before it ha* reached the
i ronerage. Visitor* to the brewery will always be
weicouie. Respect!ully, ALBEB1 CARRY, Proprietor.
COLUMBIAN university,
i Sfr 4 rtxrf ftan v? Washington. D.C., Feu. ?. 1889.
' Dear Sir - The following 1* our report upon the aaui
I pie oi beer *ent us from your brewery for aualyais
Jan 16,1889:
Specific Gravity . } 011 per cent.
1 iruT'.ual Oravity of Wort 1.061
Maltose Sugar * 1.' m
Dextrine. .*.1?01
Lactic and Succinic Acids... 2100 "
Phosphoric Ac;d (as P. O. 2o) 0812
Albuminoids '.*2100 m
'iotai'solid* 1 Jlxtract) 4.0080 "
Alcohol by Weight 4.7000 "
Alcohol by Volume .0.8100 **
Acetic Acid...... 0504 "
carbonic Oxide..,.. ??????????...... .Jlwj
Water (by diiterence) 90.2481 "
salicylic Acid None.
Adulterants. None
I certify that I have carefully made the above analy
se aud tiud the beer made by Mr. Carry wiH compare
lavorabiy w ith the best beer* iu the market.
Most R. S'.ectfuUy, E. T. FRISTOE,
1 roles*, ir ot Chemutry. Columbian University.
??Champagne Lager" and "Capaciner" beer* are on
dratvht iu tnc most prominent reataurauts, and are
bottlrd for laniily use by F. H. Finley. 120<> D st. u.
w ; M. T. Briuwell, 3ttl M ?V *.w.; Fred ilenriuanu,
740 10th st. *.? ; J. D O'Meara. 71] H at. n.e.; H. 1.
Blout. 710 ?** st. s.w.; Gso. Otto, 018 Mass. ave. B.S.
l22-2f
0L- THE FIRST SERVICE IN THE NEW ST.
Mark's church, corner of 4 and 3d atreeta
eoutHeast, Rev. A. F. Steele, rector, will take plsce
Saturday, 23d lust., st 7:30 pni. Kev. Dr. Addison,
?1^.11 ot the convocation of Washington, and otMr
cli rgy.K B. will deliver addresses. The public is in
vited to attend. fei?4rt*
SPECIAL NOTICES.
E STREET BAPTIST CHURCJJ.NEAR
flth n. w.?The ?r, Rev. D W nance,
will preach at 11 a.m. At 7 .30 p. m he will siieak to
young people on "Popular Fallacies In lafeaiiJ Re
ligion." All welcomed. it
PROPHECY -F.LDEIThaI.K. OK Bosl I
ton. will speak in Monumental hall. 133 Pa. |
ave., bet. lat gn<l 2d at*, n.w,. Sunday afternoon. 24 th,
h t 3 o'clock. Subject: "Immortal blunder* on Chris
t!a i immortality corrected by tho Christian word."
Tcit. 1 Cor.15: S3. 54. If
FOUNDRY METHODIST EPISCOPAL j
Church, 14th and O its.. Rev. Geo. Elliott,
pnrtor.?Services to-morrow. Feb. '.'4, 18S9: 1*:16,
Sunday school prayer; 0 30, regular session : 11 ? ni.
the pastor on D.viding the Garments:" 3:30 p.m..
a union love-feast will lie held, aud all Methodists are
coriliaUy invited to attend; H:30 p.m. youtigpeorles;
7:30 p.m.. Dr. ElHott on "Young Men uudertire." .
We luvite ytm toewrchtw*1 >** !
METROPOLITAN li M'TIKT CHURCH,
titli and A sts. u. ( .. Key. W. H. Tonnv, p?s- i
tor Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Morning sermon
on "The place ot song in worship." Lecture in the
evening on 'Baptist missions in Burma." illustrated
by stereopticon. Covenant meeting on Thursday j
evening; subject, "Therefore? what then?" All in
vited. If
r GRACE METHODIST EPISCOPAL
UK CHI KCH, Cor. 9th and S st*. n. w.-Mis- I
sionary Day. Seimon at 11a. n>. by the Uev. W. T. L. 1
Woecl^ Vouug* men's class. 3 p m. Sunday school
auiu\<^ury at 7:30 p.m. Interesting exercises by
the sell.?ol and tddress by the liev. Gideon Dntier. 1>.
D, of Htw York. Seats tree. A cordial Invitation to
aU. If
" , McKENDREE M. E. CHURCH, MA8HA- |
chu^tts nve.. botwe^n IHli uud lOtlt eta. c.
Sev. C. Herbert lli<-har<i*on, j-mtor.?11 a. in , The
Great Ideas of the Great Men of tlie Bible-Paul's
Justification by Faith Only. 7 :IM) p.un..Froui Paradise
to Pini<tidi. (jAo p. in.. Young1 Pe?>i>le*a Meeting,
i* :M0 run., Suiulay achool. beat# tree aud public in
. It
?oe.
11 RUT METHODIST I'ltOTESTANT
Church, 500 Vs. ?ve. sie, Rev. J. K. Nichol
son, pastor.? To-morrow, 11 a in. subject: "Law in
Nature and Grsei7 30 j'.ni, preaching by Bat. W,
S. Hanimoud, president of Mar>iand conference, who
will also lecture M' uday night ou "The People We
Meet." Everyb-nly Welcome. It*
"EASTERN PRES. CHURCH. 8TH~?T7,
bet. F and O n.e ? Rev. Dr. T. K. Noble, Dan
tor. Communion aud reception of member* at 11 a.
in. Sunday-school at ",*:30 p.m. Christian Endeavor ]
Society at 0:30 p.m. At 7:30 Kev. f>heldon Jackson,
D.D.. of Alaska, will occupy the pulpit. Prayer-meet
ing Thursday ovening at < :30. Everybodj iuvlted.lt'
KVLASD METHODIST EPISCOPAL
t Church, corner 10th unu D s.w., Rev. Ch?.
V. Balds-in. paator.?Preachinif at ll a.m and 7 .30
p.m. Sunda;* school 0 a.m. Probationers' meeting |
at 3 p. m. Young People's Society of Christian En
deavor, ti.4i>. Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30.
Adjourned Ouarterly Conference Friday at 7 SO.p.ai. *
THE FIFTH CONOREGATlbSAL |
cbutvh, cor. Hth aud I sts. n.e.?Rev. B. X.
Seymour, pastor. Services at 11 a.m and 7 .30 p.m. 1
Sabbath school at - 30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Thurs
day 7 .'10 p.m. Tounf Peot>le'e Meeting (parsonage*
Filday 7:30 p. in. It*
MOI STV1BK0NPLACE M E. CHCRCH
South, corner itth and K its. n. nr.. Ret S.
W. liaddaway, pastor. ? ITea' hir.R at 1J a. m.. sub
ject "The Open Door Betore the Southern Mfttioolst
Church," aud at 7:30 p.m., subject, "The Deluge."
Bunday school at 0.30 a. in. Young people's meeting
lit ti p.m. Preaching at Mission. Blakeball, 7th St.,
bet. B uud C sts. s.w., at 7:30 p.m. The public cor
diaily iuviteii. If
METROK?LITAN PRESBYTERIAN
Church, 4th and B streets s.e . Capito) Ilill,
Rev. John Chester, li.D.,pastor.?Prea liing to-morrow
atll a.m. aud 7.30 p.m. Salibath school at 0:30 a. ?
m. Monthly meeting of the .uateer Mellon Band at j
3 p. III. Address by Rev. Sheldon Jackson, D. D , of
Sitka, Alaska. It*
" CALVARYBAPTIST CHURCH, CORNER
, Stli aud H ?ts. n.w.. Kev. Samuel 11. (iredlie,
pastor.?Sunday school. !>:30 a. m. Adult, inter
in.>diaie and primary departments. I*reaehin? by
the pastor 11 a. m. 'ind 7:30 p. m, Kendall Chapel
Branch, comer 13,^ end D sts. s.w.. Rev. Therou Out
water. pa.tor, Sunday school, 0:30 a. in.; preaching.
11 a. m.aud 7:30 p. iu.:|ray<.r meeting Wednesday
evening. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, cor. oth audi'sis.
li. w? Sunday School, 3:30 p.m. A cordial ihvlut.ou
is extended to all those services. It
j*- -is WAUGIl M. E. CHURCH. 3D AND A
sts. n.e.(C. H.) Seats all free. Missiouary
anniversary. Sermon by BtHhup Hurst, ui II a.m.
lixei rises by the Sunday shool at 7:30 p.m. Otforings
for missions rt-eeived at each service. Come and "msao
aiiotiei'ing unto theEoid." Church prsjer meeii'ig
Thurmlay evening at 7:30. I.adies* prayer meeting
(open to all I 1 ueaday at 10:30 a.m. Strangers v.el
come at all services in this church. If
CENTRAL UNION MISSION. P30 PA.
av.? Gosjs 1 servicesdallv l'.'ni. and7:30 p ui.
>TUi iiays 3 and 7:30 p.m. short Bible talk ??. briei i
timonies, good singing. Al.jo at B. than^.'hapel, Sun
days. II p.m. Hoist aud Help rooms. Fnaiya. 7:30 p.
m. Also at the Gnuicliet-. l euts and Cottage meetings.
I or time aud place see bulletin. Sjircial services at
Gospel Hall 'lent all the week, 'lne drunkard, the
gauioler, the criminal, t: e impure, are invited to come
and get deliverance from their slut, while the home
less, the Iriendless, the sorrowing and the oppressed
are urged to Come aud a< cept .lesus as their friend. *
JAMES CHt RCUTsTH ST., ABOVE
ffvS^B Uf? i.ev. J. H . Clark, rector.?Services:
Sundays, Matins, 10:30 o'elo< k, Holy Eu> harist, 11
a. ui.: litany aud catechiaiug, 3 30 p. m.; eveu-somr,
7.30 o'clock; Sunday school, 3 p.m. Other days: 7
ami H a. m and 7 p. m., except Saints' days. Wednes
days and Fridays, 7:30 p. in. Ail seatsiree. It
CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
con.*r Ot J ainl 3<1 st?. n.w.?Preaclilug by
the pastor. Rev. A. W. Pitzer. every Sebluth at 11
o'clock a. in and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at 9:30.
Younw pecple's meeting atli:45. Seats tree. Welcome
to all. It
C??8T. JOHN'S CHURCH, GEORGETOWN.
W Servkss to-iacrrow iSnndayi: h:00 a.m..
Holy Coinuiuuiott: 11 a. Di , morning prayer and ser
mon ; 4:3<J p.m., evening prayer and sermon: choris
ters. Seats at afteruoon service all free. Ushers will
seat strangers at morning prayer. It
GRACE CHURCH. 3SD 8T.,NEARc"J&a?
Geoiyetown, D. C,?Thos. O.Tongue,pastor.?
Eurly eervice , :30 a.m. Morning prayer aud sermon
II a ui. Evening prayer aud sermon 7:30 p.m.
1.veiling prayer, with lecture, Friday, 7:30p.m. Seats
free at all aervices. Straugers welcome. It
" ASSEMBLY'S 1'KESBYTEB1 AN~CHURCH
cor. 5th and I sts. u.v ., Bev. Geo. O. Little,
pastor.?Sunday School 0:30 a. in. Y'ouug People's
Sleeting ti:30j>. in. Preaching by the pastor at 11
a. m. and 7 .30 p.m. Subject at eveuiiiy, the J 1st in
the seriett of Bible <4Uestious. 11
-J+--^^"haMLINE M.E. CHURCH. CORNER 9TH
SOS aud P sts. n.w , Bev. H. R. Navlor, D.D., pas
tor- Sunday s> l\ool, 0 15 a. in. 1'reacloug by the pas
tor, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Young People'* Meet
ing, ti p.m. official meeting. Men, lay eveulng. Con
secration meeting, lue^day. Prsyt r meeting, Thurs
day eveniugs, 7:30. 1 he public cordially in vitnl. It
Of FOURTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Pv^S Bth at., between G aud H sts. n.w.. Rev.
Joseph T. Kelly, pastor. Sabbath school at 0:30 a.m.
Preaching at 11 a. in. Cominunion of the Lord's Sup
icr at 4 p. m. Young people s praj er meetiui.- at 7
p. m. 'Ihursday eveuiug piuyer meeting at 7 30
o'clock. Bible iieadmg for Women, by Mrs. H. 1'.
Viles. Tuesday at 3 p. m., Strangers are conlially
invited to all aerv ices. 11
jfc---i^ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. '_'3D ST. 1S EAR
Peuna. ave. n. w? Rev. Alfred Harding.
rector.?Services to-morro* : 7:30 a.m. Holy Comma
nion. 10 it. ui.. Sunday School; 11 a. m., morning
service aud sermon; 7:30 p. in., evensong iciioral)
with sermon. Ail seats lree. otrun/. rs welcome at all
services it
df- ^2, CHURCH OF "OUR FATHER" (UNIVFk"
salist i, cor. 13th and L sts. n.w., Bev. Alex.
Knit, pastor ?Services to-morrow at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Subject?Morumr. 'Who Are the Criminals. i,r
Conviction*and Character." i v. niux: "Is tli ? Com
petitive System ol Industry Clu'..,t.au?" All are r r
diallyinvited. Sunda) NcioolMViUuk It*
UL'BEEY ILK MORlAXr PfiEHBYTIUAN
*~. Church, ix.-Dr,dt l'ark. (Boundary st? near
7th u.w.).?Preaching at 11 a.m. and 7:30 o. in. by Rev. I
Win. S. Miller, pastor. Sabbath school at 3 :30 p. m. j
Christian Endeavor Society, 0:45 p.m. 1 heCommittec '
ol the Presbytery of Washington City, Rev. Dr. w.A.
Bartlett. chairman, will meet Wednesday evening at
7:30 to organize the uurley Memorial Church. It
FLEiCHER METHODIST EPISCOPAL ]
Churcn, cor. 4th at. aud N. Y. ave. n. w.
Eev. E. D. O'Xeus, pastor, residence 307 East Capitol
?t. suuilhy, Feb. r.'4, preaching by the pastor, II a.
in. and 7:30 p 111. Sunday School ut 0:30 a.m. Tues
day. Feb. 2ti, the Rev. J. Mcheinlree Reiley v. ill lecture
at the church at 7:30 p.m., on "The Circuit Rider."
Come. It*
UNION METHODIST EPISCOPAL j
o^~^. Church, -'Oth st? near l"a. ave.?Sunday
school, 0:30 a.m. At 11 a.ru., pi-eochiiig by the pas
tor. Rev.Wm. 11 Chapman, at * :3o p.m., Sunday school
missionary annlversai-)". Address by Mr. H. O. Kail,
superintendent of Cuineae class of Metroisjlitau ?
church. Memtiers ot class will be present. Regular '
prayer service Wednesday evening. All invited. It* |
apFia* the -shiLoh ' o. s. bapitstT hubch, I
formerly meeting in SlcCauley's tiali, X.'0!l 1
pa. ave. s.e., will heivaiter meet in llie "Hiydeu"
building, ou the northeast corner of Pa. ave. and 4H I
st.; ad floor: i htrince ou 4hi at. Pivai:hing the iourin
Sunday of each month at 3 p.m., by Elder F. A.
Chick. lf_
SPIRITUALISM. - SUNDAYS, 141'J PA. |
VOtz. ave. n.w.: Bishop A. Beats. luspiraiioiuU i
speaker and singer: 10 a. m., Lyceum; i 30. Lecture;
Tests by Miss Maggie Gaule, 10-cent door collec
tion. If
jJt- .-? "THE MINUS MANY." IB PASTOR F.E^ '
mond llez Swem's subject Suuday ni:fht |
1:1 ;> o'clock,In becoud Baptist cuurch. 4th st. and j
Virginia Ae. s e. Pi-eacl'.int; at 11 a. in. by the pastor, j
Seats free. Come. Sunday school 0:30 a.m. Voting I
people's meeting Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Tho ladies of I
the church give an entertainment in the lecture room
Wednesday night, February 'J7. l'rayer aud praise
service Thursday, 7:3o p.m. It
FIRST CO N G It EO All ON A L CHURtTE
Pv3> cor of 1 Oth andG sts n.w.?The pastor, Rer.
S. M. Newman. D.D.. will preach at 11 a.m. upon
"Every man's discernment of the element ot Judgment
in life," and at 7:30 p. ni. upon "Christ and the Samar
itan Woman." Sunday School at U:30 a.m. Vesper
service st 0.45 p. in. Music led by Prof. BiechoD, or
ganist. It
school, !
WESLEY CHAPEL, JAMES P." WRIGHT,
pastor, residence 401 4th St. n.w. -Sunday
school, 9:30 am. Preaching by the pastor 11 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m. Society of Christian Endeavor, 0:45 p.
ni. Prayer meeting,Thursday evening. It*
nt-Tisa, LINCOLN MEMoniAL CONGREGA
POSi tioual Church, corner 11th and H sts. n.w.
Rev. Arthur W. Uiiehaw, of NeWi?rt, R. 1., will preach
at 7:30 p. m. aervice to morrow. The pastor will
preach at 11 a. ni. Rev. Sterling N. Brown will speak
at the prayer meeting next ihursday evening. A
cordial welroiue Pi all. Rev. Geo. W. Moore, Pastor. 1*
ar\ip? SIXTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. COR
6th aud C sts. s.w ?Kev. Scott F. Hershey,
pastor.?Preaching at 11 a. ni. At 7:30 p. m. Dr. Hcr
sbey will preach on "The Cross audits Knights," a ser
mon to the Knights Templar. I>e Molay Command
ery will attend in a body. All Masons are invited. It
at-r^r^ST. MARK'S LUTHERAN CHUBCH -POs
#^3^ touiac Hall, comer llth and 1) streets a.w
hegular aerv ices. Preaching Sunda)-, 7:3tf p.m.; Sun -
day School, Sunday, 3 p. m.; Young People's Meeting,
Tuesday, 1.30 p. in.; Teachers' Meeting. Wedneeda)',
7:30 p. m.; .Lecture aud Devotional Services, Wednes
day, 8p.m. Rev. Geo. H. slay bo ugh will ureach on
Bunday evening. All are cordially invited Msttead.lt
Washington News and Oossip.
Index to AdvertiM-menta.
AVTTSUMFNTS Pw> 18
ARCHITECTS fW 11
ARTISTS' SUPPLIES- V?gf
ATTORNEYS Pure 10
AUCTION SALES Pwreo :? *nd 8
BOARDING !V? 3
BOOKS AND STATIONERY Pv."' ?
BUSINESS CHANCES Psura 3
CITY ITEMS PUre 12
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE PiMre 3
DEATHS P?fre 5
DENTISTRY P?<re 9
DRY OOODS *??? ?
EDUCATION ^ "
FAMILY SUPPLIES P??? ?
FINANCIAL P?#? 11
FOR RENT (Flats) P?Te ~
FUR BENT (Rooms) P?^ -
FOR RENT (Hoi-be*) P**? :l
FOR RENT (Offices) P^ "
FOR RENT (Stable*) 3 !
FOR RENT (Stokes)
FOR RENT (Miscellaneous) P?tre3
FOR SALE (Houses) l>*tre |
FOR SALE (Lots) P*t" -
FOR 8ALK (MtScm.laxf.ou*) - P"*?
GENTLEMEN'S GOODS Pa*1 * ]
HOUSF.FCRNISHINGS P*tt? 8
LADIES' GOODS Patre M
LOCAL MENTION Pntfc 12
LOST AND FOUND Pa*e 3
MARRIAGES P*?T- ?">
MEDICAL Pa*? ?
MISCELLANEOUS Pax?
MONEY TO LOAN J. P?ep 3
NEW PUBLICATIONS 1*
NOTAP.IES PUBLIC P?*e 3
OCEAN STEAMERS P*r? 10 j
POTOMAC Rl\ ER BOATS P*e 10
PIAN08 AND ORGANS PutfO S |
PERSONAL P?sre 1
PRINTKRS :.. Pa*e 9 I
PROFESSIONAL Pwre 10
PROPOSALS Pxre 11
RAILROADS P**? 10
SPECIAL NOTICES Pure 1
SPECIALTIES P?** ?
THE INAUGURATION P*?r? 2
WANTED (Help) P??re 3
WASTED (Hocher) Ps?? 2
WANTED (Lots) P**re 2
WANTED (Situations) ?Pw ~
WANTED (Rooms) P?tre 2
WANTED (Miscellaneous).... P??f
WINTER RESORTS P*e 11
WOOD AND COAL *??* 8
Govehnmext Receitts To-day.? Internal rev
enue, $700,473.93; customs. t'.M7,107.65.
Pabdoned by the President?Tbe President
has granted a pardon in tho case of Geo. All
bright, convicted in the northern district of
Alabama of violations of the internal revenue
laws, aud sentenced in May, 188$. to fifteen
months imprisonment at Columbus, Ohio.
Thi* action was taken upon the recommenda
tion of the judge who sentenced the convict, in
view of the punishment he has already suffered
and in consideration of the further fact that
another party indicted and convicted of the
same offense has already been pardoned.
To-day's Bond Offebinos aggregated ?297.
800. as follows: Registered 4's, ?500 at 129,'^,
?300 at 129%. Registered 4J2"s, ?15,000 at
109>i, ?250.000 at 109>i, and ?32.000 at 109)4.
The Secretary of State has issued an an
nouncement of the death of Dr. Francis Whar
ton. in which he pays a tribute to his abilities
and public service.
Dakota Indians Not on the Vebge of an
Outbreak.? A telegram has been received at
the War department from Brig.-Gen. Thos. H.
Ruger, commanding the department of Dakota,
deriving the truth of tbe reports sent out by
the Associated Press that the Indians were on
the verge of an outbreak.
Military Cadets Appointed.?Robert Pull- |
man Johnston. Asheville, N. C.; Louis Herman
Bash. Chicago, and Geo. McDonald. Thomville,
Ohio (alternate ), have been appointed cadets
at the military academy.
Personal.?Gen. Daniel Butterfield and wife
and Wm. C. Heath of New York. W. Pearce and
J. N. Willison of Maiyland and Ben T. Cable of
Rock Islaud, Ills., are at Wonnley's. T. B.
Blanderinan of Boston, Geo. E. Viekers of
Philadelphia, Viscount Fleury of Lyons. France,
Walter S. Cartv of New York and Rev. George
P. Mains of Brooklyn, are at Welektr's.
Hon. J. D. C;:w of California. Hon. H. C. Par
sons of Virginia, and John II. Gamble, A. C.
Mellette. F. F. Surgreen. and A. J. Edgerton
of Dakota, are at the Ebbitt.
E. E. Fannan of Warsaw. X. Y.. Albert Coin
stock of Brooklyn. Newton Whitehead and A.
P. Dennis of New York. J. Douglas of Scotland,
L. M. Child and Peter Graffin of Boston, and
J. F. Spaulding of Poughkeepsie. N. Y., are at
the Arlington. James M. Gray, John King
and Wm. W. Pierce of Boston are at the St.
James. Charles Dufair and Willard P. Ward
of New York are at the Arno. William C.
Plumb of Corrv. Pa., James M. Gray of Bos
ton. Hanson J. Norton of Bennington. Vt.. H.
D. Warner, S. G. Nott and E. W. Nve. the hu
morist, of New York. Donald MacMaster of
Montreal, aud A. 8. Pendleton and S. J. Mid
dleton of Philadelphia are at Willard's.
Charles Thorndike and Dr. Augustus Thorn
dike of Massachusetts, and F. M. M iynard of
New Hampshire are at the Normandie.
ANYTHING TO BEAT RANDALL.
A Truce in the House Contest WhUe the
Deficiency Hill is Up.
the divided house democrats ?CONFLICTING
CLAIMS or THE MILLS AND RANDALL FACTIONS?
THE FIGHT LIKELY TO BE KEPT UP UNTIL THE
fourth or march.
The first hour of the session in the House
this morning was wasted in filibustering. Then
the deficiency appropriation bill was taken up.
This and tho Indian bill have yet to be passed
by the House, and it is desirable to dispose of
them before getting into a fight on the
Randall resolution. The ways and means
folks, estimating, by the vote on the
motion to take up the Mills reso
lution. reckon that they still hold at least
two-thirds of their party with them, and hold
that this will justify them in resisting the desti
nation of the minority in combination with the
republicans. They are still determine i th?t
the change of the" rules proposed by Mr. Ran
dall shall not be accomplished. They will fili
buster agaiust the n solution, and the only wav
other business can be accomplished will
be by laving it aside from time to
time. The situation is most peculiar.
Either the appropriation bill* or this resolu
tion are enough to take up tbe time of the ses
sion. and to alternate between the two classes
of occupation would but give the filibusters a
rest now aud then and to render their task
easier. The only thing to ease the situation is
the fact that most of the work on the appropri
ation bills, after the passage of the Indian and
deficiency can be done in conference, though
some consideration of the matter wonld have to
be given by the House. The legislative, tho
diplomatic and the military aeademvbills are
the onlv ones that have gone to the President
The rest are in various stages of incomplete
ness, mauv ameudmeuts being attached to
some of them that there is apt to be hard
fighting over between the two houses. This
makes a delicate situation for Mr. Randall to
handle, though his friends have perfect
confidence in his Dandling it well. Tlie
estimate made bv Mr Randall's friends of his
strength does not agree with that of the ways
and means folks. They contend that the vote
on the question of whether or not the Mills
resolution should be considered was not a test
vote, but that many democrats voted with Mr.
Mills then who would vote with Randall for
the repeaj }( the tobacco tax. This is gener
ally thought to be the case, though
how inanv more will desert the
committee is a question. Of course, there it
no question of Mr. Randall's big majority in
the House; the only dispute is as to who has
most of the democrats with him. It is very
generally believed that on a direct vote for
repeal of the tobacco tax Randall would have a
majority of the party with him at this tune,
but as yet there has been no measure tnat
shows this. Mr. Mills will certainly
continue to maintain his position ajs
leader of the party, and as snch wfll
filibuster as long as necessary to prevent the
adoption of Mr. Randall's reflation. Tbe fight
is expected to be taken up again in earwstt on
Monday or Tuesday. The only oertamty i* that
it will not continue after the 4th of March.
AT THE CAPITOL TO-DAY.
ALLEGED ELECTION OUTRAGES.
Mr. Hoar's Resolution in the Senate
A WASTED HOUS Of THE HOUSE.
Then the Deficiency Bill is Taken l p.
The Senate.
Anions the petitions and memorial* pre
sented and referred wan one by telegraph from
the fourth encampment of the G. A. It., De
partment of Texan, assembled at Fort Worth,
asking that at least one-half of Oklahoma be
reserved for entry and settlement br old sol
diers of the Union, without their being sub
ject to the existing homestead laws reaairintr
entry and cultivation.
ALLEGED ELErriOX OUTKAOE#'.
Mr. Hoar tuoved to proceed to the considera
tion of hw resolution as to alleged elec tion
outrages.
The motion was agreed to. yeas. 26; nays,
21 (a party vote); and the resolution wa* taken
up. it reads:
Jlcsomtl, That the committee on privileges
ana elections be authorized to inquire whether
in any state the free and lawful expression of
the will of the people in the election of num
bers ot the Fifty-first Congress, and ascertain
ing the result thereof. Or in the election of
members of state legislatures who have elected,
or are to elect, Senators of the United States
who may claim seats during said
Congress, and ascertaining the result
thereof in the choice of electors of President
and Vice-President of the United States la MM
and declaring the result thereof, has been pre
vented bv violence, intimidation. bril>erv. and
other unlawful use of money, fraud, or 'other
crime. Also. a hether the laws governing such
election in any states have been so framed or
administered as to accomplish or permit the
defeat of the will of the people in such elections
Also to inquire into the facts of the recent
election in the state of Louisiana, held on the
l<th day of April. 1188. at which there was
chosen a legislature which has since elected
two,United States Senators. And said committe
shall also inquire whether there were, in con
nection with the aforesaid election, illegalities,
frauds, false canvasses, and false returns, so
extensive and systematic in their character as
to show that there existed on the part of the
various state election officers a deliberate plan
to apparently carry said election without regard
to the votes actually cast, and to choose a gov
ernor and other state officers and a state legis
lature by such illegal, false, and fraudulent
means, and. if so, whether said legislature
was actually and duly elected bv the
people of Louisiana, or was in fact
substantially the creation solely of the return
ing and canvassing officers, and whether said
state of Louisiana has a republican form of
government, including a legislature entitled to
choose L nited States Senators, and to provide
methods for the appointment of electors tor
1'resident and Vice-President of the United
?States.
xr.. Harris' amendment.
Mr. Harris gave notice that he would move
to amend the resolution by striking out the
words referring to the election of members of
the state legislature of Louisiana.
Mr. Gorman moved that the resolution
"which is purely political in its nature, and
cannot accomplish any good." be postponed
till Monday. and said that if that motion pre
vailed, he would follow it with one to proceed
to the consideration of the bill to provide for
the printing of government securities in the
highest style of art. The motion was rejected
?yeas, 23: nays, 26.
j SIR. DANIEL SAYS STATES RIGHTS ELECTED BEN
JAMIN HARBISON PRESIDENT.
Mr. Daniel addressed the Senate in opposi
tion to the resolution. He began by saving
that state rights had elected Benjamin Harri
j sou President of the United States, and had re
| called the republican partv to power, while a
I majority of SH.601 voters had cast their suffrages
in favor of Grover Cleveland.
Here a side remark of Mr. Hoar's attracted
; Mr. Daniel s attention, and he inquired what
the remark was.
Mr. Hoar?I owe an apology to the Senator
I from \ irginia, which I will now make. I made
a remark to oue of the Senators near me in
rather too loud a tone. W hat I said was that
that was the very fact which we desired to
have inquired into.
Mr. Daniel.?The inquirv would have been
more felicitous if it had "been made before
counting the vote for Mr. Harrison. He then
| proceeded with his argument against the reso
| lutiou. As the republican partv. he said, owed
i a debt to state rights for its incoming Presi
dent. so the country owed c debt to state
rights for the domestic tranquility which
hailed his coming.
DEMOCRATIC CHARGES OF ERIBERY IN SEW TORE.
Having alluded to the democratic charges of
bribery in New York during the recent election,
of the purchase of voters in Indiana in "blocks
of five." and of the colonization of aliens in West
Virginia, as well as to the counter-charges
made by the republicans, he asked what a pan
demonium. what a terrible suspense, what a
paralysis of business would have followed had
not state rights exercised their conservative
and healing swav. Gen. Harrison's title of
President, he said. wLich had been sealed and
delivered to him, Was not given to him by a na
j tiou. or by n majority of its people, but bv
1 sovereigu states, which had commissioned hint
as their chief magistrate.
State rights, he- wad, had held the ladder for
Benjamin Harrison to ascend the Presidential
chair: lead given Senators their prerogatives
and had lifted the republican party out of the
Slough of Despond and over the Hill of Diffi
culty. and brought it within sight of the goal
of its desires.
THE BRIDGE WHICH CARRIED THE REPUBLICANS
OVER THE STREAM.
It was an old axiom that the traveler must
praise the bridge which carried him
over the stream; and now that the
states rights bridge had carried the republican
party safely over the turbulent stream of cou
i flict, it was time for that partv to confess that
after all it was a pretty good bridge. That re
publican would be an ingrate who would turn
back to destroy that which had done him and
his party so good a turn. It would be aston
ishing indeed if New England Senators should
unite to break it down.
jsr. boab asked mr. Daniel
whether, in his judgment, Congress had author
ity to make inquiry into the existence of crime
against elections for members of the House of
Representatives, and into whether the conati
tutional right to vote waa abridged in an?
Mr- Daniel said he did not doubt the
constitutional authority of Congress to
inquire into the state of the suffrage, where it
was alleged <in such manner as to com
mand respeot and attention) that the
Constitution had been violated in rela
tion thereto. Aa to inquiring into the elec
tion of members of the House of Repre
sentatives he admitted that there might
be times, circumstances, and conditions under
which an inquiry would not be improper, bat
he could conceive of nothing more improper
more indecorous, or more usurp*torv of the
proper functtone of government thau (pend
ing contested election oases in the ti?uee>
. 8enate to undertake bv a
partisan committee to throw all of its author
itg and prestige in favor of one side. He had
l**u amazed and astounded when he read Mr.
Hotfa resolution, gravely requiring the Sen
ate to enter into an inquiry of the election of
members of the House of Representative*. If
mor* un-Ainerioan or more in conflict
V**#* of American Constitution
could have been suggested, he was at a loss to
conjecture what that thin? was.
House of Representatives.
The House met at 10 o'clock this morning,
but there was a very small attendance of mem
bers when, at that how, the chaplain, in his
invocation, feelingly alladsd to the fact that
to-day the Boaaa would pay its last tribute
ICenffcMMrfsnjVt*
Telegrams to The Star.
I ?
WILL THE "TIMES" WITHDRAW?
Thit's the Qnpstion in London To-diy.
PIOOTT*8 SHAMRFt'L ADMISSION'S.
Everybody Cowr<lr*th*l thr "TtaM?'"
C?* 1* I'ttfriy Wrrrkrd.
fltMtel CktO? Dtn?trk to tbk Evctna ma.
London. Feb. 2S.? There are only two topioa
of general conversation to-day. The trst is.
"Will the Tin*-* throw op it* fi?r and the
second. "Will Tigott definitely confeea to forg
ing the letters?" If he doe. not be will end
his day. aa a convict in prison. The Iknly
Chrumde, a unionist orpin. i? nr
prised that Pigot: was not arretted
after yesterday's proceedings. The Tue
?jnrph says: "Pigott ha. hopelessly. irrevocably
collapsed. Nottnug on earth could ever (i
plain away the d< grading admissions made lie
him ill open court yesterday, to the uncon
cealed disgust of all who h. srd hu e x trior di
nary conft -?ion. His evidi n. . has been f? irir
blown to the four win U of h ,i*. iu" Till* ? x
prv?ee* the general d-?ust and dtspatr of the
unionists. ligott's M.u kn tnnig of Korstcr.
tin patron s: .nt of tin union.M i'iiim i? spe
ciallv irritating. W hether or not lie ruuftwi,
nobody attempts to deny that
THE ACTHESTUITT or THE LXTrine IN PtSPSoVro.
and much comnuwratiou in felt for the ex
pert* who are pledged to the other view. The
ftwwa will insist upon calling Hum as
proof of it* own l>oda fid-.. It u
universally believed that if thia were a
private cane tin attornev-gt ueral would now
throw up l is brief, of tb'? case. The coat* of
the Tinvn n re C700 a. a daily minimum. The
itu re ev. tuinatioi of Houston and I'igott baa
thoa coat already doable the original price of
the letter.. Th>- 1'urnt llite aide 1. anxious tbe
case should continue, except that the funda
may tr.iL Thirty-seven thousand pouud* ha>t
been collected, und twice that amount ta
wanted. The witnesses for the defence include
liberal minister., all the leading patriot- of
Ireland, and the whole Irish hierarchy.
Amongst those- tarred by I'igott's brush u Sir.
Miittln w*. the home secretary. whose election
I to tu Irish constituency at sixty-eight is alleged
| to have been due to I'igott.
TEE o. .VKBNJtENl's CXKVTimX roSITlO*.
The tory member* in the lobby are eagerlr
discussing the Parnell case to-day. An influ
ential tory said that he would give auvthing
to extricate the government from all com
plicity with the Tuner. Thnt is impossible,
owing to the double (Ktsition of the attorney
general. Influential unionists before the trial
tried to induce him to return the briefs, but in
vain. The govemmeut are, therefore, inex
tricably committee', to the Ttiim. It lis proba
| ble that there m.:v be au outburst of popular
I indignation against the government which tuav
I cause a catastrophe.
PARLIAMKNT ()PK>S STI PIDLV.
Gladstone In Fine Form ?The Country
Believed to He with Him.
Sprclal Cable l?i?pstch to The Evcxiwn stta.
la'SDOx, Feb. 23. ? Saliaburv declines to in
terfere in the prosecution of the bishop of Lin
coln. Lord Carnarvon foresees the opening of
the floodgates of corrupt strife, ending in e
schism like that of the Scotch church.
The Parnell court detract, interest from par
liament. The opening was the dullest and
most lifeless ever remembered. Mr. Gladstone
alone seemed to be young and fri-sh. His wilt
says that his health is better ihuit ever.
l'ln ministers . re proposing a liftge expendi
ture for the navy. Gladstone wiU oppose this,
quoting last year's ministerial declarations
against the prenent system.
J It may be taken as absolutely certain that if
there was a general election now the liberals
would win by a large majority.
The San Kranelseo Walking Match.
San Fbanctsoo. Feb. 23. At 1 o'clock thia
| morning the score of the leaders tti the walk
ing match was: Hart. 135 miles; Moore. |2ftt
Curtwright, 127; ilowurth. l:*; Pat. Guerrero,
11*; Campaiia. 114; Vint. 113; I>a\is. 110, Wat
sou. 112; Taylor. *5.
Welsh Colliers W ant More Waxen.
London. Feb. 23.?The Welsh colliers have
j given notice that ou Marrh 1 they mil demand
an advance iu their wages. It is' believed that
the demand will he refused and that a strike
1 will follow.
In Memory of Prince Rudolph.
Vienna. Fob. 23.?Km per or Francia Joseph
will in a few days issue a proclamation grant
i ing general amnesty as a memorial tribute ta
| Crown Trince ttudolph.
A Saloon Keeper Mortally Wounded.
Jersey Cm. X. J? Feb. 23.?John Leuahan,
keepe r of a saloon on Henderson street, this
morning attempted to eject Thomas Murray,
when Murray seized a knife and drove the
I blade into I.ciir.haii a abdomen, inflicting a
| mortal wound.
Warrant!* for Ivea and Stnynrr.
THEl HAVE BEEN INDICTED FOB uBUill LAffCEXT.
New Yobe. Feb. 2$.?Inspect* r Byrnea thia
morning received a warrant, signed by he
corder Smyth, for the arrest of Henry 8. Ivea
and George H. Stayner. on au indictment lor
grand larceny in the first degree found by the
grand jury. The inspector detailed Detective
Von Gerichten to serve the warrant on the
wurdeu of I.Uillow street juil as the detainer,
with instructions that if the millionaire de
fendants should be able at any time to secure
bail iu the civil suits ou which they are now
held they arc to be turned over to Inspector
Byrnes.
Avalanches In the lternr?c Obrrland.
London. Feb. 23.?Th?#e have been heavy
falls of snow in the Bernese Olierland. Ava
lanches have destroyed many houses and caused
a number of deaths at Obcrmatt and Solothum.
Collision on a Traction Uoud.
FiTTSBfBo. Feb. 2:!.?A collision occurred ou
the East Liberty division of the Citizens' trac
tion railroad yesterday afternoon in which
James I>e Beck und 4. A. Craw ford were seri
ously injured. The men were standing on th*
rear platform of car No. 2tw. The latter
stopped to permit passengers to get off w hen
another car crashed into it. lie Beck was in- ?
lured internally and Crawford had both lega
broken.
Sentences In the Criminal Court.
CONVICTS WHO WIU. SKBVE TIME IN THE AUAJTI
renrnmui.
To-day, Judge Montgomery, in the Criminal
Court, imposed sentences as follows:
Eli Howard to four years and Edward Howard
Holley to two-and-a-half years iu the Albany
penitentiary for housebreaking at the reaideuc*
of Humphrey Ware on January L These were
colored boys each having a record of two terma
1 in jail previously.
Itorsey Fultz and John Barnea, two colored
boys, convicted of an assault with intent to kill
W. H. bockctt January 22. were sentenced to
three vears each in the Albany peuitentiary.
These boys were inmates of the reform school
and the first named had been sentenced there
by this court in October, 186". for assault with
intent to kill, and the second in May last for
larceny from person?snatching a pocket book.
Daniel Thompson, a colored boy, who stated
that he was fifteen rears old, was sentenced to
the reform school during his minority for
larceny.
Benjamin Thorn iu and Monroe Trice, the two
colored boys convicted of grand larceny from
Stanley, a gypaev. were called for sentence.
Thomas, who had served a term in the Vir
ginia penitentiary, waa sentenced to three
years in the penitentiary. Trice committed
perjury on the atand and' the court directed,
after passing a like sentence, that the warden
retain him until he could be indicted fee
perjury.
Dennis McDonald, a twenty-two-year-old man,
convicted of the larceny of a team belonging
to Alp he us P. French, asked the mercy of the
court, but the judge referred to his former bad
record and imposed a fine of one year in tkl
Albany penitentiary. McDonald proteeaed thai
he waa so drunk that he did not know what be
was doing at the time of the larceny.
Luaunta Jackson, convicted of the lareeny
of a.watch from Mrs. Anna McCarthy January
lft. 19M, when both were prisoners in the first
precinct station, was sentenced to one year in
the Albany penitentiary.
Maria Tyler, indicted with Nannie Grabaaa,
pleaded not guilty. _
CCT the Pouckmax.?Albert Dodaon. a ne
gro. who ia well-known to the police, created n
disturbance at 23d street and New Hampshire
avenue yesterday afternoon aa the parade wae
paaaing. and Policeman Gehrman arreeted him.
Albert objected to bein{ locked If and draw a
knife and made several
to cut the oflicer. He encoeeded in
policeman's finger, but did not get sway,
morning, in the Police Court. ~ *
guiitv to three cbargee t
toed MO or four months

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