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Tm. 82, No. 20,469. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY. JANUARY 14, 1893. TWO CETS.
THE EVENIIxO STAR
ftUU.3"Tim D~kILV. EXCEPT Rt-3lAT,
A '.!it sT\CP bt3Ll DOll*
1101 N WITA9San Awraus. eer 11th US. by
26 E.e ing Suar Newspaper O mpsay,
11. KAUFF. IAN. )'res't.
rl"R S A Oda.. 88 Pets., Uilag.
Tea ?vtw.t.r 1'1aa I .rea.i t ob MnbsThe
7 b.. err.. af wli-1r ..wit erer .11.at l"or-ubp
reek. -K 4b . ne fl"bl.. r op.~ at the ornate, 1
art.*b4 t,L Ns al a w ?~ts M?Tlwtt3,u.m.
-t. r"-.. +, -f ad.. l .0
jt .e!.21 l- P.'-t "c l a abbes-tos, Db. C.. so
w. f .s a-atl mlot. 1
W~ A,: n .1. S1,.rr1: tiou*s met toe ralid i advac.
a,. ".. " ..'tl.tlh mr i. wn ..a Pleatbe.
SJ'iAL NOTICES.
'ita .d Lai.) -tte Lod". No. AI' At A.
Y 1 . .ml at o' ." k to- fit. l n ;. es f at.
R.u."r -. ttJ,.rderft hew S .
Htl A!%S \i. HETNEi ill THE
AirI.:.r~st acd .w Y.rt ave. a a.."i to rttj .f
F:.e .N-t. t of C. ii..a. ""s lb. -Il HRD
Jam'err I . i~ar l.titt. *ay .1 lh.
a. bn. tt.e1 the boor. o014. ..t:, 1I. m. l~ !i1^
TrANI Al. N1IpTlR('IOF 1H ' XA
TI"'N IL M.ULui t rHIti' H4)VPITAL
E-41- T'1V "P V. .'UlNltT.N* D. (' , forth.
gse.?t0e .f .4..r t .,r lb. "., alm- ~e ar. !nv the eq.
itus of t ow ret. -t."e f-,r threei yeart. .it ft
~tIaNU.Ubllit ..u.qe btasn..e well Mt bald In the
In M'D)AT. JANUARY Id.
At 111 p. ya
LEWIs (EPAN. ~ ~ JOHNi DUZU9.
"a'rtair Ual'( I _ Ptialdtat._
=V js y7aw will be h. 4t at Ike .E , o 4tb. Sue.Uhe
bel 1:. .Yt...tr . ' 1w . Oteo is
THE hl~ttLAR AN~frAL VEETIXOr
orlIta.r.. i..ih3 a di'awtotfor Ike em
1rt , wi; ' . et at ii. .eag Boma the third
r .0A : Jaetur, Ifit tilt. )Too. liel~gg the
of l:aed. .f .02.1 .:ay. C. H DAYIDE
Ai: .4..-P ..n -wt rrembrs of the LA W.
Et e cia~r t bi. v e.e boaoks po~e
re. .~ -t w Y. H. BrEARNsE.
IFY 1 IL ElT At Ei COLD
Y o,au,&IEWTh1M WARN by ww*r
jnp a ', of o1,ut ('I)RE SOLE HAND
.Ie1 1 ' -HU.. and they will Cm4 79ou
Fh.. "w t whbl, we htaY- be es so cue
.". t, - 5,~m *flJQ* attentionS. ai
.::., , :~ flo, thavsth. At. ell. and
r.".,: .hoe',..d'ruundtown for mache
L. .r~ / .ot o.atni?.t
. n.:, ~ " , .i alby your Sboee.
InwY-T (('ElIX 8 >.)(*
t) w e. a".a. .. it *.
LI-f iTIOX .A4(;94. FL.OOR
v-i".""r an Aar. Mte-,watt.,m we to DAISl
t: Y 'itH"ILu5 CO.. Zu'. ih 1 m. a. w.
S t .!" . e " L .f Wharkuwt..n. lth i Irbusi
L~e. .1 u. lhat. d1 a-I. r_1 that the wayto
e1 cut.. p'fltii ".n Ia. "adtl In aiinfatory
3le4f1l . a b ALLACRL. P,tnIae anti PI--lothhi.
11017 It. t to W.
_ obmv r. o enislI or inn Car for ,a to print. 7
pA3IERICA5ICE ANDb COAL C~l)
... w rev rod oth.. IL V.
Banc, .,,et.t... lu f". lowtD: sizes aa. w. will
i 1.t3' tea r teat,. ,b
Rtt- . sF a cal .N b11' ke..t/'annel(mrte)9R13
N hr- A.,a t-I .. t-. 'ei 'ilut (mate) 6,00
V'. t. A... " 9-to u-* :. K, )tYet it'd Ash-'cate) 11.110
fltiUON THE 'NTHf DAT OF DE
- .'"a1 r.111P. twlred MT po slkprba.~
p.wl.ute a 1.1 i-color n' lb. W... Ead Xatto',el Bak
./' M.. 1'.o:,t". a. tC an-I *anow ...Id *t.t-k and
apse.ul .!: rar.i-I.-u with lb." a1.4 han.. I resect
tlv a. n- I m1 -end. snd in. all pesr., who
1 S1 hk."." '.-.tma.. wilth ner tit I tay be f..und at
4na T. a. .I do ior, tt,..y bulld air. m. cor. of 9th
rd IF -is. a V. tt: aaro .a 9th ..
Jt Iva - _ _W..R. RILEY.
E R W AKING DLPANtTUZ3?
13: F wt. . w. istirn
i _ 1912 F 01. 1m tlk
3 3 1O flflSICIAX4.
Oarstok is Ia,,.,r ad btter aemouted tha
eve. belm.. ad pnoees lower thea roempeel
te.-W. 5u.11t-al lastis meets. HYth Elamtb
Mrs"y sad PAppot-ters. Trasmee Cralebee
3,la. Dea-se.aw D'-emesam sd nwsy
Ibbeg tes an.ed by the rhj-ddaa.
Hit u ",CtSed Clakal Tbwuo.1w IL
Z D. GILMAI.
1-1 __ PA ave. s-.
S tWa.TU8 STANlAb BNHOAT'IN O0..
as pomed the enuruvIs planta of Maurice Jay-e
mi the Allow Puhfehiatr Company. New aacblmery
We e.. addle. ew men saies bo.. red ad ibis
ueomaees Y3 Puepered to manufartu,. Plata for lue-.
bea.i purpomes by every kows mesthod.
Ibie.. work sad puopt westto. mtay he ns
MAFrucK Joyce.
Treamuw, madl St eritart d4 Wathe.
ElbWAV lb H. ALLEN.
Plutatet ead 3u5.a MawwR. 31.1.
F j )j' "wA;t. AT TEEL'S._
SPECIAL NOTICES.
TE.PMPERANCE. _
- IN RECABITE EALL. 4SO T. AND
Pa. ave. i. w.-D. C. Arno d and other
sand speaker". Dr 3 T Hen .y musical director.
veryboly wok o,:' at 7 33 p a. tomorrow. It'
MEMBERS FINANCE COM' ITEE
. aurural Coreaonies Clevelanl and
itensoe.n. do not forget neeting Ban uet Ball.
Arlingtn Retal. s'clock TRIM EVEN INn
Itg ItI . O. EOLT AN.
1t Chairman.
O. A. R., O. P. MORTON POST. No. 4.--A
a ttimeettng of the p, at for public in
stall oft mers will ie held atEbenezer x. E.
Chunrh. I and 4th se. a. a.. WF.DNESDAY EVEN
INO. January I8. Conrades will amemble at 7:30
o'clock. Frale Ia and pub'ic invited.
WAI.TER MIDDLETON. Commander.
J. W. BUTCk.R. Adjutant. jald-34
'IHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stoekholders of the Brirhtwood Railway
pan - for .eleton of nlue directo-a will be held at
V i''si.".e lRoom K*No*RaRiudb tEDN*I
DAY Jamuaryl l, 1300. DoAC . ftk~xls.
P'identa j514-Ut
TOE ROCDALE CO-OP3RATIVE SO
ciety of the District of Cola ba.
The twoular anaas meetag of the Rochdale Co.
Sety wii be b at Lncoln Po.: Hall.
and L st- w . TUE4DAY EVENING. Jamnary
37 Ima at 7:30 o'cloek.
emben are r qjested to ad. Preent your
trade card at the door.
BY order of the Ezecutive Committee.
L. . EXERT.
a._4-31 Secretary of the Soriety.
THE ANNUAL MEETINO OF THE COR.
nell Alumni Aesociation of Washing on.
C. for the election of officers and for the tr- a
aetiee of important busln-s will be held in Room
A atable building. corn. r 10th and F nw.. on
SDNEBDAY. Januar 18. at 730 p. m.
It* PER.: Y . CLAREi.. .oo. and Tress.
EPRSONS WHO REMITTED TEIT AN
nual meah-rship fees to the Washingtom
-Numaei Sortety, and cvr oked adding their name.,
ae desired to comngtucrte with the olfce of the wo
elety. so that their naamershlp cad nay si be lented.
SIt A. I. PRATT.Pr edent.
PICTUREM OF PLACES.
Taw readings by Mrs. F. D. Power at the
ermiont Aven". "hria tan Church. MONDAY Jan
uary 16. and FRID . Janu.ry 20. All invite.L It*
THOS -J. LUTTRGELL
Is off-rIn the greatest bargainsin all kinds
of dr goods. The largest and best towel in the ety
69 2. A full lin.- of table lines frorn 30n. to $1.50
(r yd. 10 per cent discount off on all cash salee from
01lul'.
a14- w THOS. J. LUTTRELL._19c111Pa. ave.
P NOTIC.-J. D. WHITACRE IS NO
onger in the emii v of the People's Gas
aving aseocia F-n of the Dietr'et of Columbia. J.
. DA' N 4 I, Secretary People's Gas having Ansicia
tion of Dstrice of Columbia. It*
THE PATRONS OF THE PEOPLE'S
Gas Savin Associatlin of It. C. are kindly
requested not to asl ow any unautorzed persons to
interfere in any way with the gas regu.ators or row
crnrsof dor ...oration. J. F. DARNALL, Sacre
tary Peopl.'s Gaa naiag Association of D C. it*
!_ i. TREASURERS OF CHURCHES.
Why not deposit your collections
and sainkinsg funds at in:erest with
this company. Subject to check at
all times arithet notice.
AMERICAN SECURITY AND TRUST CO.,
A. T. BRITTON, President.
1! 1403: O T. N.W.
BOUT ADVFRTISING.
We never hear of non-advertising Arns
who have been fairly suecessful in business
without thinkinr what a trasd and g ortous
success they might have achieved with the
aid of advertis ag. We write advertisements
and place them. Write for interview. Mod
erate charges.
BUREAU OF AD. -WRITING,
P.O. BOX 272. WASL., D.C. It
PO YOU WANT TO KNOW A SECRET?
If so. call om HODGF . 511 pth St., who
will Ve the secret of bottom pricsm on book binding
and all its branches. ja14
! OWN ON THE AVENUE.
We have been making clothes to order long
enough to know we can give you a perfect it,
Thee OrdO Sitiags to order are the correct
weirht for this wee her. Can I make you a
auit? Bophe tag a spa
A. W. REIL. 'asum-seau ."'315 Pa. eve. w.
jal
Ei u [email protected] !S0WORE. 25c.
Think of eech of Chades Diekess'
Works, bound separately at 25 . each.
Never mind ' ow nauch they were.
JOBS C. PA ERna 619 7TH ST. N. W. jal
GOING-OING-RUITS AT COST.
These business suit, which we are making
up at the smere east of/msterial and fke mat
ise ae mu h appreciated. and ao wonder.
as they ae sty fel fabrics and the equal at
the fnest work we turn out a. full price.
Cut and t, per/et. dso them.
SNTDER & WOOD.
1111 PENNA. AVENUE fBarr-soE0 "..enein. ja14
GREAT BAROAINS IN TRY GOODS
9:. KA _ Be re stock-taking
At LUTTRELL'S. 219 at. and Pa. ave.
In erder to convert my lar.e a'o k of Dry Goods
into menev I will take off 10 per cent on all cash
aelee fromu i n" for the nett 30 days.
jaI4-2w TEOS. J. LUTTRELL.)JI0 Pa. ave.
SINES MEN CAN SAVE MONEY.
hoSt of am outfit of Ph onorephe plus the cost
of a long-band or typewrite- trarcrlbir is lens
thea the cost of a stenographer and typewriter,
and vet the Phonograph n-thod of di-patching
corre-pendnce In as farswperior to the old-fash
toned stenoeraphe- way as it is eAe per. Sod ea
*ay teen. or reated.
COL UBI PHONUGRAPH CO.. W-7 Eat. n.w.
E. D. EAM'TON. Pre.. R F. CROMELIN. See.
FOR CONVALESCENTS.
Those cnvaleseent from courbs. colds,
pheu'oonta. diphtheria. Ac.. will b- greatly
enefted and] strensthened by a bottle or two
of our Fine Old Stock Port. 0ecormende'i
by the beat p yacians Only 7,c. per quart.
As a gemeral "breeer-,'' a. d * lood
wr 'e there is nothinr better than our
-ue Old tledietual Burrun-ly. desirable
for those advanced in years. $4 per ase of
TO.EALi % tINE COMPA NY.
614 14th al. n. w. ia4l1 Telephone. 11118.
FIETAIIDRING FOR LITTLE.
--We're talsleg an eeant line of SO Triusor
lags for *7-.Impetfabeies. We're muak inag
upSttiag, to rdrfor 30 and up. Reason
a peryies for such tailoring as ours. isn't It?
Drop I and look the patteras over-met and
esclusive.
3. FRED (IA-fVHEL ( late e/ Ken's).
4ONl 12th i~t. a.w.. ne door above the **,eemme.'' jal
1 NRACE COMPANY O D.C..IR 1.
Waahigiton. Dec. 30.UM.
The annual meeting of the- Motual Fire Insuranoe
Comaaof th. Otmariet of Columbie will he held em
the tidMON DAY in January. 1SS3, the 16rh Pro:
ine, at the imre of the cemspany, corner of Penny.
vaa ae, ad 9th at. a. w..* commeneng at 9 o'clock
a. a.
Bly the charter of the een y the eleetion of seven
managrs Ie c'nduct the afir, of the company is re.
*nired to he held er the above meetiag.
By the sithb articl, of the by-laws of the company it
ispoided:- '-At the annaal meeting of the romspany
th rit b'teiaess In order shall lbe the ap intineet
a ehi awho shall eonduet the mengand else.
tin- In a.-crdlance with the act of incorporaties, he
twea the bours of S o'cloch asm. and 6 o'clock
Annount of premium metes heldtby the
eAoutt o asoa nd.................. "U
...t............::.:.....
Os siur.. and ferine........ 9
Lea. s by Ire for the year 159). ad
stnaltaement will or
at..he.'c. as hecompany by t%|t1.'',....
-t . NEIILE UtJER, Serseay.
~ OLDYVOLIN. COPY OF N. AMATI IS
.o la Iniportees. 9'!.. t0. Yiolitepe e
and erchanged. 4411) violina to select from. I
SFOUR HEW PATTERNS FUR 'S.
BL.ERS No.:4.4 s, ista frainee. eita
all em freu 23 to 371a lbs. Our mew LADlES' IRAM
DLIX, "MODEL 3.. wetsha M ih. al em, aml is
psty enough to pleasay feminine heer.
a mahne; we m the ues. -
COMUL.LT S EFREYT UFO. 00.
LfeZ bt eet see
MUU. 4. n e.
Tdehbmm
enema .
CHURCH NOTICES.
GRACE PREFORMED CRUiRCE. 15TH
h It sland ave and P st-Rev.
. Kre of Lttleetow.. P. will preach to
a a o evening service. Sed y
school_ at: . mt,
OTEER R ERVICES.
FIRST REFORMED TRINITATIS (0' R
man Evangelleal) Uhurch, corner of ikn and
ae. n w -Sunda January 15 ISi3. twenty-afth
S e ervc sermonby
and Rev. Paul enand of Baltimore in the vepinr.
All a-e invited. Moaday and Tueaday eveing.
January 3t8 and 17.-Granet m.usial and literaryenter
tainment by the Young People's Society. in honor of
the wai W th weaalvay of the church; splendid
AN YOU READ THE BIGNS OF THE
TI M E4f
ofteConstitutionailInternational CIrom
wellian League will tal the citizens of Wa h lgton.
D. C.. what they can read out of the eigna44 the
time, in a ten minute,' plain and practical In
the meeting whih wtil behald in the temple on O
street ept catte the Pensaion building},n the afternoon
at 3 p. m. on Snada . Janua'y 15. 11a: The Prec.t
dent o1 the United ate. his cauinet. the members
of the Supreme Count the Police Court. the Senators
of the U. S. aate the members of Cons. the
chi, of poliee. alI o.-clled crania. as nor alete.
anarebae Kn thts of Labor, members of the Fedema
tin of L r. spirttualitat. members of all other
relionssects. Ao.. are all cordially invited. Come,
come all. it'
, ~FREE LECTURE ON THE SECOND
romthg of our Lord TOMORROW EVEN
IN at S in Clahagh Hall. 130 14th at n. w..b
an evaaaellst in the Apostolic Church. All invited.1
SPIRITUALISM. -DR. J. M. TEMPLE
platform test me 'tum. at Wonn's all. 'it
at- n. w.. 2:30 p. m. and 7:0 p. m. Spirit names
and mesages given. Ten-cent dour collection. 1t*
THE NATIONAL CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Institute. t! E at. a w.. will hold its
usua Sunday servicae at 4 e'clock p. m. The public
cordially Invited One hours daLy from 10 a.m. to
6p.mi. it.
FRIENDS' MEETING.-THERE WILL
be a meeting in Friends' meeting house
$11 1 at. n.y.r , tomorrow evnr at 7:'c:ock.
ahn J. tonnel wl be lnatt dance. All cordially
invited. 1t'
THE SEEKERS AFTER SPIRITUAL
TRUTH AT THE TEMPLE (423-4350
at. n.w.) uaday at 3:30 p m. Five-minute thought
exchange. Si ject: "Poverty. It's Cause and
Cure." AtE S ,. Oeo. A. Bacon. esq.. Chas kindly
consented to deliver the lecture entitled 'Death and
the After Lafe.' to lowing the lecture trill be teste
by that excellent medium. Vra. H. V. Ross. Admia
sion free. It*
SPECIAL NOTICES.
The seather is likely to be fier fedcw, in
Cressian elcwliea- and prrobabea ewr
st ry; warmser Sunay morning; seutA.sterlt
wind,. sA~jtng o nortAwesterly Sunday.
The demand the last few days proves that there
ae at least a few dealers and builders alive to their
intareste, for the miscellaneous lot of 'odds and
ends" in sashes. blinds. e., reduced to exactly
Aslf price are meeting with a ready sale.
LIBBEY. BITTINGER A MILLER.
Lu hber, Jul Wort snd Rmildere' Bardlara,
Cor. N. k. avg. .., 'to at. n. w.
Branch. cor. 11th and O eta. .e. a14
Ic HEADQU'AITERS PUBLIC COMFORT.
Ro.m 102, anman building. 1425 New
ork ave. Percy G. Snuth, clerk. M. 1. Weller,
chairmnan.
All parties wishing to furntsi accommodations to
visitors dnrinr the Inanrural are requested to cill at
headquarte:sorsend descriptionof urters, stating
numbter of persona that can be auppiled with om..
with and withut meal . Ac also list of prices per
day. 3a13-lm
EEF'P YOUR FEET DRY!
When you go out in cold weather you
take good care that you are closely muffled
in snug and ws. wa clothes. How about your
feet? They need Protection" most. Our
en's H. 50 Soft Calf with thick soles are
Just the ehoes you need. Impervious to
water! and keep the feet warm.
All stylee. 6:1.3 laojir.
HOOVERANDER. I 27PA. AVE. ufh3rm
r FORRENT-FINE OFFICE ROOMS.
913 and 915 F at. at moderate
prices. .10HN B. W1GHT
jaS4f 1414GMt.
Sziil UNAPPROACHABLE 60C. NECKWEAR.
As is well known. we are headquarters for
smart efects in Men's Neckwear. This time
we have made an unue.al "dris" lb thee
goods. and what I ordinaruly sold for tc.
and dl-while they left. oney N 0e.e.
Bee our windows.
BAIRD I GALT. 9M1 F iTREET.
BHIRTMAKERS AND FURNIlHERS. 1a1S
STATIONERY AND STATIONERS'
SUNiDRILSt.
Not only are we Blank Book makers, ex
pert Printers and Engraer., but Station
era. We also have in stock the fullest line of
Stationer.' Sundries to be found in the city,
viz.. Paper Clips. Copying Presses. Files.
File Comes. Paper Weights. Blotting Pads,
Wart Baskets. Twine. Mucilage. Ink. bc..
e
FASTON v Rt'PP.
421 11TH ST. (ust Ser.e the seenas. ja13
ff23jCUT DOWN TIE COAL BILL!
What, your house not weather
stripped. and you wonder why you burn
so much coal? Better not try to heat
the atreets. Windows and doors are for
licht and entrance. not to keep out the
cold. Weather Stripe do that-that is,
if they are Valentine's Felt Stripe-Ie
best.
Coat of stripping etiesated fte. You
can put them In yourself. or we will
have it done for O n.
MAY SAVE DOCTORS' BILLS.
You don't have to creep with "Iee
Creepers." nor walk as if "walking on
ea" We have .he Ice Creepera. 25c.
to Si pair.
. . e e s
HEAT WITHOUT COAL.
If you want to save your carpet., fur
niture and part of the money yupay
for coal, use Gas Heating Stoves. No
work Leee worry. Meat in a moment.
A twist of the enger-heat or no heat!
gee Heating Stoves. 6:2.75 up.
BARBER & ROSS, cor. 11th and Oats. n.w. je1
I1'3 A FOUNTAIN
PEN that every 'up t0 date" business
man shou~d have, aso that at any time he
nsjy take down inn ortant not.. in ''black
and hite" Ihave the kin4 Paul E. Wart
makes. They're the beat..
I he scon amaying Memorandum Books
rn eEi PtjEa and T ABLETS are
Us es o the.
C. C. PUltIEL. soeetr 41*80IN ST. N.W. jaI3
0PE CKNT ISON-ALL HOYS'.
E. K. DAVIS.
lalS 1450 New York ave. n~w.
TB. SIS and OVERCOATS
FOR MEN.
WORTEFULL EN T OR6.
P PKCUAL NOTICE.-! TAKE PLEASURE
in interd. and customar. that
jewaer.I1012F at. n. w whee l e lae to
shaw a complete ofe~ 'Jiamonda. ,ewe and
hoe to he favored your kindatreaP
jalOot For the pat ? year. withaF. Etatersee.
d-PO RLY ADJUSTED FRANKS WITH
W. eqally as poryedutauaea.ulh
scrab in meetly a rteyMiae
Pfrma. moldl restore atiht, renmevaerta nd
nnair.- . aedm A. amilton
teed, n--'--a- freewith CARL PETE 5KI.
I la-1a Jewee and Optiin.I M7th n.w.
mea that buinees onght t
Atheyyea. the them
emA O 0
COL
at.s. ene K. o
en.
ama tha
CHURCH NOTICES.
EP~scoPAL.
THE IT. REV. DR. ETEELDRET TAL
BOT, beho o. Idaho and WyomIng. will
l ver the sermon at Christ Chancel, Ce..gstown. O
st h *. on the afternoon et .nday Jan
ST. JOHN', CHURCH GEORGETOWN.
O s!. bet 33d and 13. Rev. Charles E.
.ic* rector.-Services tomorrow: Roly communion
at a. in. Morinir rayer and sermon at 11. Even
ra a 4:J estd chsk. Stranaerer
MT. PAUL'S CHURCH, 23D ST. NEAR
Washinrton circle. Rev. A! red Harding.
rector. -All - eats free; 7:30 a m.. holy eommunion;
1 a.m., litany, holy commnion and sernon by he
t. Rev. Win. D. Walker. bishop of North Da ;
30 p. m., choral evensonr and ermon.
The Rt. Rev. Dr. Talbot. bleh' . of Wyomnte and
Idaho. and the Rt. Rev. Dr. Walker. bishop of North
Dakoca. will add'es the toembereof the Woaa'
Aniliary at St. Paul' Churc. -ld et. on MONDAY
EVENING. January 16. at7:3)o'olock. Membersof
othercongregation- invited. It
v T. MARES CHURCH CORNER OF A
and 3d tets. e.. Rev. A. !. Steele, rector. -
dly rommunton. 7:30 am. Mornag service ,_11.
Eveag service. 7:. 0. Services durin week. Wd
nesday and Friday at 7 p.m. Ito
MISSIONARY SERVICR ST. PAUL'S
Church. 2'id at.. Monday.,nuary 1 .7j30
i.n ddre hb Bishope Walker and Talbot. O
THE CHURCH OF THE ASCENU10N.
cor. of Maus. ave. and 12th at. nA w.., Rev. Dr
. El lott.rector.-8 a m.. holy communion;
a~m the rector will pr-'-k: 4 pm. maddrs b~
but- el free. except it 1la al. he Bro hoohed
welcomes ,traners at all -eries. a
SST. STEPHEN'S CHURCH. 14TH ST.
and Eenesaw ave. Servitcs to rrow U1 a.
inn 4 Pan. Rev,. L. W. Doggett of Pbadelp'l a,
CALVARY PARISH PROTESTANT EP1S.
copal Church. 18,h at.. corner of Madison.
. . A. Aspinwall, reetot -ervices Sunday.
January1n: Sunday school 9:'0. Mornin service at
11; eveningservice at 1 he rector t menahin
tpe morning and Bishop Walker of North Dakota In
te evening. At the morning service strangers are
always wecome ebd will be seated as rapidly as poseS
hi. At the evening service all seasta are fre. " It*
P C8T. LUEE'S CHURCH 15TH ST. N EAR
P.-BISOP HENRY I( POTTER of New
will deliver an address to whicA all are inffed
at thie church on Sunday afternoon. January 15, a
the 4 o'clock service. hjls- "The Duties of 'he
Episcopal Church in Regard to the Race Problem "It'
ST. JAMES' CHURCH. 8TH ST. NEAR
Mass. ave. n.e.. Iev. J. W. Clark. rector.
sn y services, 10.30 and 11 a. m., 3:3) and
7:30 p. m. Other days. 7 and 9 a. m. and'7 p. m. All
Sunday services choral except 10:30 a.m. All seats
free. rtranssera cordially invited. It
EPIPHANY CHURC , a ST., REV.
Randolph H. McKim. D. D. *rector.
Ser, 'es 8an 11a. in :serm n by Bish Talbot. 4
and 730 p. m. Strangers welk.,,.e. Address at 7:30
by Bishop Potter. It
CHRIST CHURCH. 0 T 8. E. BET. 6TH
and 7th. Rev. Gilbert F. *illiams rector.
on ay services. 11 am. and 7:30 p.m. (ourse of
sermons now in progress on "The Signs of the
Times." Preachingat eve~r service outlays and
week ys CHly T CH CH j1ISCN. cor. n0
and M eta. as..-Service every Thursday at 7:30
p.m. It
THE REV. D. DULANY ADDISON OF
Beverly. Mass.. will pr-ash tomorrow
mtrn or and evening at Trinity Church, corner 3d
and Csta. n.w. I t"
PRESBYTERIAN.
,Z ASSEMBLY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
cor. 5th and I ets. n. w.. Rev. (o. O. LIttle
Pastor. -Preaching by the pastor at 11 a.m. and 7:3:1
p.m. Sunday school. 9:30a.m. Y. P. S. C. K.,6:30
. P-rayer meetinr ever Thursday. 7:30 p.m.
ngers made welcome at all the services. It
METROPOLITAN PRESBYTERIAN
Church 4th and Ba.e.. Rev. John Cheater.
pastor.-Prsa himr services tomorrow by the
pastor at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school
9::30 a. M. It'
CHURCH OF THE COVENANT (PRESBY
terian). Connecticut avenue. N and 18th
ets. n. w.. ive. Teunis S. Hamlin. D. D.. pasteo . -
Serviceeat 11 am. and 7:30 p.m. At the morning
service il e Rev. Dr. Dorchester, government superin
tradent of Indian secho,:., will speak on his observa
tions during extended travels in the great weat. In
the evening the pastor will have a question-box wrv
hce, epecially on the Srat seven chapters of the Epis
tie to the Romans. Sunday school at 93 a m. Chris
tin EndeavorSociety meeting at 6:30 p.m. it
TWENT. fTH ANNIVERSARY CE
t'al Presbyterian Church. 11 o'clock a. m..
Dvier' astor.-Suject, Twenty-Ave Yeern a
Pastor." J:30 p"m.. Sabbath achool annivrsary. INo
evening service. it
FOURTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.W rH
V t. bet. G and H sta. a. w.. Rev. Joseph T.
. pastor.-Sabbathschool. 9:30 a.m.; ing
by epastor. 11 a. . ; Young people' meeting. 6:.10
m.;Central Union Mission service .0m. -
grayer meeting, :, o'e
Strangere welcome. It
B ILVE ANIVERSARY.
CtrAEN L PRESBYTERIAN CHURN
ORA JBAR E~ 16. 7:30 P. If
ADDItE$JitS MAY AE EPECTED M.
Rev. JAb. . FAIR. D. D.. of Richmond. Va.
Rev. B. F. Ez IINox D. D.. Presbyseryof Wash
Inrton city.
Mr. WM. BALLANTENE of the 8 bleSociey
Rev. J. 0. BU' LED. D. D.. Chaplain U. M. Senate.
Rev. S. M. NEWMAN. Congregutionaliat Church.
ear. Dye. SUNDERLANDand KE:LK WILL LEAD
ja14-2t THE WORSH IP. W
ON ACCOUNT OF THE DEATH OF GEN.
Joseph. J. Bartlett the plpIt of the New
(:t v.-nue Presbyterian Church will be occupied In
the morning by Rev. S. V. V. Hulmes of th- Firt
Ireb) terian Church of tide city and in the evening
by tihe R1ev. George C. Woodruff. it
EASTERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
8th and (I n.e.-Rev. M. N. Cornellus. D. D
pastor, will preach at 11 a.m, and 7:30 p. m. .abatih
school 9:10 a. m. Y. P. 1. C. E., 6:30 p.m. Strangers
invited and most cordially welcomed to all the ver
sices. it
WESTERN PPESBYTERIAN CHURCH, H
at. bet. 19th and :.'0th. Rev. T. S. Wynkoop.
mi ter.-Divine service. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.;
Sunday school and Bible classes. :30 a. m. ; Y. P. S.
C. E., 6:x p.m. Strangers a ways welcome. i
SIXTH PRESBYrERIAN CHUNCH. 6TH
and C ets, a w. -P eaching by the pastor
.r e . at 11 a. n. and 7:30 P. m. It
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 4)4
at. bet. C andD sts.n.w.-Sunday erhool at
9:30a.m. Preaching se-vtce at 11 a. mn. with sermon
b.=Me. Dr. Sunderland. Christian Endeavor prayer
meeting at 6:45 p. in. Evening service, with sermon
by Rev. Mr. Holmes, at 7:30 p.m. Strangere always
wel- nte. it
CONGREGATIONALIST.
PEOPLE'S CONOREGATIONAI. CHURCH.
'.'OS O st. n.w. iev. J. H. Daily. pastor.
e at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. by the pastur.
Sunday school 9:0 a.. Song eervice 4 P. It
FIRST CO GREUATIONAJ. CHURCH.
cor. 10th and G eta. n. w. Rev. S. M. New.
man . D.. pastor. Rev. M. Ross fishburn. asistant
pastor.-Preaching by pastor at 11 a.m .and 7:30
, m. Subjectof the evening sermon: "The Apnstle
Paul in tome." Music led by Dr. Disheof, organ
ist. with Quartet and chorus of fifty vuioes. Sanda
school. 9:30a.m. Christian Endeavor. 6:30 pm. it
f LINCOLN MEMORIAL CONGREGA
tional Cimureh. -Preaching at 11 a.m. end 8
p.m. uayschool at 12:30 a.m. Seats free. etrang
era welcome. Eugene A. Johom pastor. it
P L YE 0 U T H CONGRGiONALiii
..Church. 17th, and P ate. n.w.. Rev. Starting
,4 hos pestr -t1 a m.. "Chrst'a Attitaute to
Men." 7:45 p.m.. "'The Greet Salvation." kevival
mesetinga continuh during weak, it
LUTERAN.
b-ST. MASK'S L H.RACHU H. 12TH
and Cas e.w.. Rv. W. N. Gotwed pse.-.
3 .m. peahooni.u7Tih--~
AInamos. 6:30. p.m. it
CE~OAO F.AN ELICAL LUTERAW
Chu 13th at. hoiween Q GR aw.
Di. maA. h was inslldas pso
of this congregation last ,* will alver Min
trodurtery samoa at 11 a.mi. eevie ieeorew.
Evening servise 7:3). All are ca~ly ineited. ie
TPAUL'S ENGLISH LUTRERaN
evemngc p11 .n P.5 S. C da :3 ahoo at 53em.
and peeve meeting e Thtaday eveai at 7:50.1
fo peryt eada at
Su.ject tom.,row. -,rue C..me ie..-, it
S? ETR.AL UNION WO80e.
gambler, wills 7
r clams 4: p~uLam.
isio coadas Iageepel ~hE5~
Chinch. Othust. aalmsm.
Ham sm etnsa * e
CHURCH NOTICES.
SAPTINT.
- RfrLO BAPTISI CURCH. L ST.
between 16th and etn. s.w. eJ
Serkeeofeerinni ati1 am. ont e "Severn
God's Wiath Which Shall ifs Poured "at Upon the
Earth " Revelations. charter 16, Sal it "God's
Sevenfald Judgment Upon the Wicked- At 7:30
p. wn. the corn encement of a series of meetanars
which will contilge during the deat two or thare
we k. Subject at , :30 p... Salvation Offered to
the Uniedly." Snnoay school at 9:30 a.m. The
pu-S Ic are invited It
SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH. CHAN
ave. between 17th and 15th etc. n. w..
Rec. eah Lakins. pastor.-- p.m.. commjn
ton and sermon by Rev. . Anderson Ta for. castoe
ioh Baist Churc The pastor wil preach 11
a~m m.Talmeetings every mit
a E ST, BAPTIST CHURCH. E ST. BE
tween 6th and 7th a. w.-The paster Rev.
. iwill preach morning and evening. EWta
ansetgs w.U con inns to be conducted by the enul..
naut spker. Bev. Geo. Cooper. D. D.. of Richmond.
Y. ,every eveninr of nest week.ec Saturday.
be ynnvited. serv
~FST BAPTIST CHURCH, 16TH ST.
pm: bovePettt CicleDr. Chaie. A. Steejy.
- ay school. Dr.b a.mi. reinia by
pster. n11a m. and 7 0 p.m. Christian Ei
deaver met I:~~ . church prayer meeting
on Thua evening. All are welcome. It
I MTI. CA RMEL BAPTIST CHURCH. 003.
4th and L sta. n.w.. Rev. W. P. wboa.
petr-Sunday echool.9:30a in.1am..ptebn
Zths estor sjectPu~I' 11an.p
cuommunion. ayermenby a e.a d
S p 7,46 p.m..preaching by Rev.. I
ELDER P. G- E. BAPTIST. WILL
p Is po Pro erumlttinx In Moup
tP. a P. ave. . .Sunda. )anuary L.
CALARtY BAPTIST CHURCH. STH AND
H n. w.." Rev. S. H. Greene. D. D., pae
r. unday srhool. 9:30 a.m., P. H.. Bristew. su
perintendent. Preaching 11 a.m. and 7.V) p. i. by
t'e peaster. EENDALL CHAPEL BRANCH.1 and
D a. w.. Rev. T. Outwater pastor. .-Antnd school.
A:45 a.m. Preaching. 1 a.m. and 1 .
MEMORIAL CH PEL. lrta and P n.w.. 1'ran It
Swertwout. superintendent.-Snday school. 3:30
p. m. AU are cordially invited to those services. It
ISRAEL BAPTIiT CHUiiRCH. 11TH ST.
bet. F and G n.e.. Rev. W. H. Johnson.pastor.
chool. 9::10 a. m. Preaching at 1i a.n.
pastor. enj-. ", ''The B eeing of Sleep," Ps. 127.
Far - ostinues: program Mounda. 16th. musical and
literary entertainment. Admission to fair and con
cert. 1t0. Come o e. colne all. It
PROVIDENCE BAPTIST CHURCH. 0 ST,
bet. 3d and 4% sts a.w.. it.. J. T. Clark.
pastor.-Runday echool.tl3 a.m. :preeching. 11a.m.
and ,:30 p. am. Rev val lturing the week. 1*
SlECOND BAPTIST CHURCH. 8D PT. N.
W., Besbop Johnson. D. D.. psetor. -
am. , third .erfmon in the series on the Lord's
Pr yer. suhject, "Thy Kingdom Come." 3:.0 p.m..
Bundl y behool Lcennm. Memorial servises of the
late Mrs. Martha Bruce. mother o: J. E. Brue, seq.
Eulogy bny Mr. Charles A. Johnsont so'o by Mirs.
"ggiea_ 731p.m.. "'- * ll Be Done." It
STOlt E.HFZ SWEM SPEAK ON
"Some People You Know." the t e'fth
12th) in the series of sermons. Sunday flght 7:10
o'clock. Preaching at 11 a. mn. by Pastor Hi Sweem.
AU the seats are free. Com*. e and Baptist Church.
Meeting house. 4th at. and Virrinia ave. a.e. it
THE WALKER MEMORIAL BAPTIST
Church. Madison at. bet. 14th and 15th.
. . Bryant pastor. -nudea school at t1-30 s. m.
Preachinr at 11 fby the pastor suec. "The Omni
pEsneo to; . m.t inn0 r e eeting.
l:es. on 7 o prechin by the
pastor. Revival services each evening during nest
week. All are welcome. It
AoM_1fMETROP'L1TAN BAPTIST CHURCH,
cor. 0th and A .to. n.e.. Green Cla Syith.
pastor.--Services morning. 11 o'clock; even , .30
All welcome Seats free.
p HBEREAN BAPTIST CHURCH. 18TH RT.
bet Land Mn. w.. Rev. Win. A. Creditt,
pastor -Preaching. 11 a. m. and 7:311 p. m. The
meetings will continue during the week. PreachIne
evv'y night at 7:30 b the pstor. Monday subj.c..
"How anid What to Believe;" Tineeday. "Have Riot
Been Drawn;" Wednesday. "Toe Many Thing to
tilve Up:" Thnreday, "'earful. Can't Hold t-"
Frlda- 'Tried Once Without Success." ('me and
hear the Bible's explanation of the sinners'dcBeu:tiea.
MRTHODINT.
RYLAND M. E. CHURCI. 10TH AND D
at-. ..w.-11 a.In. and 7;10 p m. "reaching
by e pastor Rev. J. A. Price. 6:S6 Christiam
Endeavor. 1rayer meeting. Thursday evening. it
MT. ZION M. E. CHURCH29T ST.
Preacs at 11 a m.L. and 3. Sunday
seh 90. ibe laee. 3 p.a. Young peope's
neetinr 4. Eu worth Leege ag
It. . Bowels. suitnhean. Busry A. Ca itl.
pastor. All are welcome. t"
FIFTEENTH ST. H. I. CHURCH, 003.
let. n.w.-Preaching l the paeo.?v.
trlkeld, at Il a.a. and 7:30 p.m. eb
sehool 9:30 a,. TemperanmmmeetingS.u. 1.
worth ke egue. 6:l0 p. u a. e .
HAMLINE :. H. g!CB 9t ANDy
nn s e ao O:'15 am"prchnbytheppaak r
11a. m.. eubi"t, "The Saints of Cess. e nue
hold." ad 730 p.subjec "'ihe of
?an-tuary." 6:L p. m. ay.
7: n;0ur.day, chathprayer meetis .
DUMBARTON AVE. M. L CHURCH..
The pater, Rev. Georgte Elliott, D. D.,
coant nuse at it the erieson L *'God's Cars for
ln uwn." :10. "Sour .n th ight." 6:30. Bn
wort lee1 gue Free seate.n h h~ 8:0It'
GRACE M. E. ' BURCH. COB. 6TH AND
8 ets.. Rev. Earnuel Shannon, peato. -
lar at 11 a.m. and 7:0 p.m. Erworth
League neetin att6:10p.nm. Seats free. Everybody
welcome. Ite
FOUNDRY M. H. CHURCH. 14TH AND G
sta.. Rev. Dr.Oiver A. Brown. pastor.-sun.
ay s c 9 10. Preaching at 11 by pastor. E.
wo" t Learue, 6:10 p. m. At evening service Bro. Jchn
P. Quinn. tie conerted gambler, will speak. All In
vt MT. VERNON PLACE M. E. CHURCH
South, corner 9th and K st. n.w.-Preach
ing the pastor. Rev. J. T. Wi'htnan, D.D. 11
a m. "The Rule of Rt iht and Won,." and at :30
m. Stadayschool.9 .10; Christian End-avor. 6:0
mresting ' ednesday 7:3m. Strangers cordially
WAUGH M. E. CHURCH. 3D AND A STS.
n.e.-Rev. Alex. . Gieon, D.D.. pastor,
at 1 a. tn. and? 7:3') m. ' evening. second Ren..oSo
"' le 8n the '. (wee=' bunday jchol9:l am.
Eporth Leanne. 6:30.m ; regula prayer meerting
y. 7:30 p. m All are welcome. it
WESLEY CHAPEL, COB. 5TH AND F
a t.. Rev. T. B. Wilson , . D. pastor.-Sun
yschool at9:15. Preachnr ytime peor at 11
amndl7:30 p.m. You peopl' meigat 6:30.
Young men's meeting hit yee nn. Paer meet
ing 'Thursday evenlng. Alare wek-ame. it
b&TW TWLTrH STRECT M.L CHURCH
Rev. Chas. L. Pate, pastor.-Preachingmt
11a n. Revvl service, 7:30 'm. ; Sunday school.
93a.m. pworth lesgue, 6:30 V. in. It
McKENDIEE B. E. CHURCH. MASS.
ave. bet. 9th and 10th. Rev. L T. Wider
ma.w . D . pastor.-Preaching at 11 am. and 7:30
p in.; Sunday school. 9:'0 a.m.: Epworth Ieague,
0:4A p Am-; prayer inmeeting Thureday. 7:J0 p. mn. ets
fr Ao inva oto l,
3 nASBURY K. E. CHURCH K AND 1TH
ate. a.w.-Bandars :cooM90a.m. ble
class Priaching 11 ain. by ev. Henry A. Car
6 .3 ad pre 7$m
ach*n 7: . L' . . CHETNUT.
UNION M. 3. CHURCH. 110TH ST. R.W.,
Rev. Joel Brawn, peeter.-: SaSnday
11i ~m and p.m..ecka 6.3.
br MTOPLITAN A. hi. K CHUCE
- eg~.ean-Sahbbth ~'9:20 am.,i
3slt a. be, at .w. Be
~eu~j : "wua in l in Te
darling neat week. t
p~FURTH 9T. K.R. CHRCH RET. W.
I.Thee ostr-11a.ma.em7.p .
stetgee edily wecoed
~- JON WESL.M. 3.ONG CHRCH,
SRA. M.
aas. eed :JO p.m. flangase
mhen t93 a p.nm.igb
.r, ...
ear. -
W a
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Washington News and Guosip
Mae t Adwutssamaenas.
A00UNTNTB........................= I
AMEUEMFNTS..................................aen 10
ATTORNE.RN....................................Pge 13
AUCTION BALE....................... Pages 9 ad 14
BUSINESS CHANCES.......................... PaS
B'ARDINO ......................................*Pa.
CHURCE NOTICES.............................Pase I'
CITY ITEMS....... ..............................Pae 16
COUNTRY REAL EnTATT................... Pale 8
DEATHS . .......... .................P.e 6
DENTISTRY ...............................Pae 14
EDUCATI NAL .........................Pages S and 13.
EXCIRBIONS, ..................... .Page 9
FINANCIAL ..........................P..........Pas 16
FOR RENT (Flats) ..............................Page S
FOR RENT (Ho eus)............................Page N
FOR RENT (Om ..) ............ ..............Pa.. S
FOR RENT (Roo))............................ Page S
IOR RENT(Ptures) ......................... ....ala
FOR BALE (Hewes and Vehrees) ..............Pare S
FOR SALE (Houses..... ...................... Page 9
FOR SALE (Lots)...............................Pese 8
FOR SALE 4 iV-ellaeon) ....... Pae e
FOR BALE (Plan.e) .............................Page S
PoR SALE (Bicycles).........................Pace t
HOTELS. . ............................... Pale 9
LADIES' GOODS............. .......... .Page 131
LEGAL NOTICES............................Page 9
LOCAL MENTION .............. ..............race 16
LOST AND FOUND.................... Paw K
MANICURE ........... .......Pa e 9
MARRIAiE ....................................Pace a
MEDICAL................. . ...............Page 14
MISCELLANEOUS............................P5 6
MONET MANTED AND TO LOAN ...........e 8
NEW PUBLICATION4S........................Pae 16
WNTARIE9 PUBLIC..........................Pae S
OCEAN TRAVEL.......................?...Page 14
OFFICIAL NOTICES..... . e.........Pae 1
POTOM AC RIVER BOATS ............ OT............. .Pase le
PIANOS AND ORGANS. ......... Pare 1:3
I PERSON AL................. .......Pa 8
I PROPOSALS... ........ ........Pae S
PROFEM1IO. AL........ .........Page 13
RAILROADS................. .....Pag.13
SPFCIAL NOTICES ............................Pase 1
ST EAM CARPET CLEANING..................Pase 3
SUBURBAN PROPERTT.......................Pale S
WANiFD(IHe!p...............................Pa' S
WANTED (Houses)..........................Page K
WANTED(Lns ..................... ..........P .e S
WANTFD (Rooms).............. ............Page S
WANTED (Situational..........................Pae S
WANTE D 'Mlcellaaeens).....................Page R
WINTER RESORTS...........................Pae 9
Te Sabeertbers.
abeeribers to Ti. STAR who are
served by route boys will cone a
favor by promptly reporting to
TiE STA ofSee, either in person,
by telephone or by mail, any negil
gence on the part of route boys.
OovuawursT Rzcurmr TonaY.-Internal rev
enue, 0542,276; customs, $602,812.
I --
MAon Asa B. GaanDsa. U. S. A., retired,
is on a short visit to Washington.
A REcErvER APPOINTED.-The controller of
the curreney today appointed Mr. Emilie A.
Abry of Cbeyenne5Wyo., receiver of the First
National Bank of Del Norte, CoL. insolvent.
MAY BECOME A PAvastra.-It is stated that
CoL Daniel MacCaaley, appointment clerk of
the Treasury, will be appointed to the pay
corps of the army if a vacancy occurs.
Serma CouRT CALL FoR MoNxAT.-The
Supreme Court has adjourned till Monday,
when the call will be: Cases No. 825, 122,1247,
908, 1124. 110, 113, 116. 118 and 119.
Acrmse Ruatsrem Srx. who has had a se
vere cold for some days past. is confined to his
bed. Superintendent Kimball of the life-eav.
Ing service is acting register during his illness.
CEANGws IN 8ianT REouz.ATIo.-The Treas.
ury Department has changed the regulations so
as to permit American spirits exported in bond
to be laden on vessels during the night as well
as the day.
MR. CaRloEToN Wans of New York, the new
secretary of legation at St. Petersburg, was at
the State Department today receiving his final
instructions prior to his departure from New
York next Wednesday.
TRIAL TRP o TiE BAxcno5r.-The Navy
Department is arranging for the formal trial
trip of the new practiceahip Bancroft. The ex
act date has not been set, but the trial will be
held some time next week, probably on Thurs
day, in Long Island sound.
A GArs or SEvEN MILLIONS INTEaAL REV.
xxU.-The complete returns will show that
there was a againof 07,000,000 in thecolections
of internal revenue for the first six months of
the present fiscal year over the receipts for the
corresponding period of the last fiscal yeat.
No CoAL AT INDIA HEaD.-Ensign R. B.
Dashiell, in charge of the naval proving grounds
at Indian Head, Md., has notified the Navy De
partment that his coal has given out, and that
he has fallen back on the hard wood of the
forests of the adjacent country. The blockade
of the river by ice prevents his getting coal
NATAL gossips have it that ex-Bepresentative
McAdoo of New Jeey will sueceed Mr. Soley
as assistant aecretaryof the navy. Mr. McAdoo
has served with credit on the House naval com
mittee and is thoroughly famliar with the
service.
PERSONA..-G. W. Raddel, E. E. Lewis, 1. A.
Wilson and 9. J1. Fendler of New York. Edward
N. Cragin and John A. King of Chicago, B. P.
Price, W. Em.C. W. Cooper and
Snyder and John L. Chapman of hladeils
Chas. P. Janney of Laburg, Va., and
Whitney of Phelps, N. Y.. are at Willard'.
Robert A. Cook ot New York, B. T. Weed and
G. M. Smith of Pbi=iphha. Win. A. MNaine
of Yomagstewn, Ohio, B. Hobbs of EK== City
and E. C. Hoibasak at New York are matthe
Rana--er C. Pike, 3. D. Tarry, Job.
V. Marsball and U. . flagam et New York.
Diehard P. Leary ot the navy, Roneny C.
Pne of Manse., Ma., Thae 3. Batley of
Milwambes,Wla., Gee. H. Umkais. jr, of Bal'a,
-0N. Gonyard et Denver, CaL, .E.Howry
of Saginaw, James T. C etp o New Hamp
shire, Wan. Millr and J. D.Nt of c Bus.
ton and Alfred Iowe of Co... gsage at the
Ebtt.-Jamnes H. Heed et Chugo . H.
Gainse of West Yirgna, P. A. Greene Phi.
de'h arte~s H. Smith et eHbebsa, N. J.,J.
W. et Dib-a- end Nat Geedsif
ef Meids., Caen., as at the 3ls-hm
H. Punar ot Chi.gs, Jab. C. Set c Were...
tsr, Mass., I. L. G. 3 Ee of ehq M.,
Gem. Aiez-a- a. WebfSEyLBer.
melt, Gee. T. D--milkamAVm~e at
New Terk, Lawsueeo 3. KEmp et Pimre .
A. Eme e Dsetrit, $. M.Bme et B5stnm
nd Thea. Mesett~er cf P eseg as the
Autmte.--Wm. A. EdA. B, 5.
Smith. LI Ge aml BawLJ a L et~c Hew
Yeah 3. C. Esvess et St m, Win. C
et laedd ab i a edLLme.l
3. Ripase et Vhme., 4mie is et Smls Ee
ee.-- . m Semwa ct me..nm,. . g
A.mshLem at name an 4L-. Rb tc
mea.ameef Chiat..
sames AT. MY.,W. a A.
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TEE ELEYrTORAL MMETUE3.
These URsed by stesen er or Mant or by
Beth.
Vice Psesdent Mertsn has reeived up to
this time eleeteral returns by meeeagee from
twelve states, viz: Delaware. Maine. Mar land.
Maanhurnette. New Hampshire. New Jersv.
New York, North Carolina. Pe neylvanla. Ver
mont. Virginia and West Virginia. The fore
going statee had previously ast copies by maiL
be following states have sent returns by
mail. but messengere have not yet reported
Alabama, Arkaumes. Colorado. Counectient.
Florida. Georgia. ilwinis. Indiama. Iowa. Ken
tackv. Michigan. Minneseta, Mis.ouri. Ne
braska. Ohio. Rhode Ialand. Routh t'arolina.
bouth Dakota. Wasconsin and Wyoming.
TE DISTRICT *VWERAGE STIEM.
A New Cementtin Civil and Unmttery Ee
geoser Appoaited by ete Pe-mu-s.
Th1e Preident today appointed Rudolph Her
ing of New York to be a consulting civil and
sanitary engineer foreervice in connection with
the sewerage system of the District of Colam
bis. The appointment is made in accordance
with the following provision ef the District
appropriation bill approved July 14. 1892:
"For eommeneing the eosstrctioo of a main
Intercept sewer as a part of. and in accord
ane with, general plan for sawere recom
mended by the board of sanitary engineers. ap
pointed by the President of the United Statea,
pursuant to the provisions of an act of Congress
approved March 2. 1W9, and whose report
I. publiebed in Hone executive document No.
445. frst session. Fifty-irst C ngres.. to run
from the Potomac river near Easby'. Poant to
near the intersection of 15th and E streeta
northwest. 91.88- Provided. That the Cola
massioners of the District of Columbia are
bereby authorized to enter into contract fw
the ounatruction of the whole of it- maid
sewer at a cost not to exceed 625.00i.
to he 1 aid for as appropriations mar fron im
to time be made by law And t.e said Cooa
mineionere are hereby authorized to con -tract
the said sewer where neceseary .crowe lands and
reservations belongaeg to the t't.ite.d -tat. ":
Provided. That after the construction of the said
sewer the escavated portions of the said lands
and reservations shall be restored to their origi
nal condition from the appropriations herein
provided for: Provided further, That the de
tailed plans for said sewer ell be approved bb
a consulting civil and sanitary engineer. who
shall be selected by taoe President for that pur
pose. and whose service" ahall be paid for from
this appropriation at a rate be errd by the
President.'
Mr. lBering was a member of the board of
esanitary engineers referred to in the abo e ,ec
tion and cosequently thoroughly familiar with
the subject.
CRANGINO SEAT IN TOE SENATE.
Seine Traners Made t Censesmenesco th
Death of Mr. Eewsa.
The desk left vacant by the death of Renator
Kenna will make a new arrangement of the
seat of several of the members of the Seante.
The desk which the latter Senator oc
cupied will be taken by Senator Brice, who
is now in one of the extra senate is the last
row of the chamber on the democratic side.
His new seat will place him between Mr. Vance
and Mr. Gray. The desk which Mr. Brice
leaves will be occupied by Mr. Gibson of
Maryland, who is now in the extreme mrth
west corner of the ball. This east
will remain unoccupied until Mr. Murphy
comes and then it will be hia. It was suggested
to Senator Hill that it would be a good idea for
Mr. Murphy to have the eat now held by Mr.
Brice., which is next to his, but Mr. Hill thought
that it would be much better for the New York
delegation to be scattered.
TER REPUBLICANS AND SLVEE.
.enae aShersman Writes a Cumee Letter to
a Newuepee Cernpeset.
Senator Sherman has written the following let
ter to Mr.John M. Carson, oerespendent here of
the Philadelphia Ledger: "I have great reepect
for the Publie Ldger, especially for Mr. (milds
and for you, but I think that all three, in the
extracts you send me. are doing great in
justics in imputing to the republicans of the
Senate a desire to embarrass Cleveland's admin
istration by delaying the repeal of the law re
quiring the purchase of siver bullion. It i t.e
well known as anything can be that a large
majority of the repablican Senatore. including
myself, are decidedly in favor of the repeal
or uspenmon of the purchase of sl
vet bullion. They are ready today or
tomorrow or at ay moment to vote
for such repeal. It is equally well
known that not more than one-fourth or one
ffth of the democratic Sionatore are in favor of
such repeal and that they will resort to ex
treme measures to prevent it. They are openly
pronounced for the free coinage of siver or
the continuance of the existing law. It is un
just and wrong to attribute the mo
tive I have referred to to the re
publican Senatoes. lhbaretense made that re
publican Senators w acrie the 'lic
interest for a mere political mchemme is thout
foundation, and I feel like denouncing it. If
the democratic party will furnish a centingat
of ten Senators to support the repeal ef the sel
ver act of 1898 it will pass the Senatse within
ten days.
"As for Mr. Bayard, he sada where he has
always stood on financial questions. subta
tially right, but acting with a party always
wrong on ena questions. The opiniesm ex
pressed by him in his interview in the LEdeer
are not concurred In hr more tha dis demo
cratin Senators, thongh It is hoped that a few
more will join in suepending ths purchase et
silver bullion.
"Permit me to say in coumetalon that the
democratic pry as mow represented is ths
tsnate is ab bee, for free coinage of .i1
vet. I hope the eastern desmocracy and Mr.
Cleveland may have some Iiseusne in ebng
lag their opla-"
p
UNDER 3tUcPEOCETT.
Thme Bare ar Amsericen Uspob~a Pubs
tis Seme Tinde Wlgusee.
Prea adenaes sheet. et the represt ofte
bureau ef Amarsi an republice far 155 is eh
talued a tabie from weuib may be Wined same
ideaet the working, et the varome reelpsety
aragmna estmnd inte under the Mslielhy
law. It gives the tetal wales et the eaperte et
the peincipal artioem shipped frees the Uaited
stat e the L.Unta American e..atries for the
et isree mean= at lU ad for he -m
prid of 33, as fenews:
demas ieaal05
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tr.-shTmal.
4.ui an
san1 uakla gML
TRIBUTE TO BUTLER.
Aiot Takeo by the Kaa.bmmame
Legislature,
Eln CF TE CD VIATE3,r
Wreck of a Passje Trais is
Icwa.
WATCIITNIl :N4IT.ANIa-S IIAND.
lo sRa Te.e e-%. UR Tt1t.
Oeeuov Ruoesset' mnd at eea*t ee 4 .
"ee ta Ai.elle a. ear..
..t111ista"" O-e~..-h to. 1- 9.a me ta at
lLmela. .a. It l-r.ri .'n. at M seat
bouase few the p.mtf".ze -I.- 11,. I..ee dameenatg
(oa. I. nj I' Iiut.er . a.., a. sat..n a.
Massch 1e1 tta. It a- 1-t ten ea-.. sac.e he g g
his unage. sad anra, adana-.m r.'s. e od stft
mtira Th. n'.eae. e'.- i 1.e .."1. ... a., ofte"
1 ing ha. reiZieme' " the . r " " e. i-tv themmen
mono"tonou. \... he e.".1, a. tw. at lte
state bt;n+ a -t.,al sag fine ; 's.- an 'ring and
keep "tat.' oen it: l en! --rk. and
tardy b. a.+a osf it. .me n.. Them
he wo-tl enud a ate-iee t.. is.. . a 4ata-. a.'
cu-ing s.ae i:.. . .: . s - , .. ,. ..ut i "a.
fEr.n.ce a :Si:'ei . a l .a '.si K oen ot.eI
pasTo. fr..ni l- .1, -1 t - to i e-- hi, l e. had
hamelf I.It !ben . It. I i...' ...r'-.d
bien t.. Il.6.- ' r it. t.- Op- , . .im, .. a
adjorneid h. c. t'.:a. . o .- a . - .-e i ts
a6p1 1. Ia'nwat.. w'it .. ..., , " i" , I wat
tan again I a.I ....1 1.! t... - ts
autttur Iin.,a t e ta : the e itiesa gIo1..
er deC it. to aIt.- a t. -i.. the tat- n. .a .
ti-noi t b. Ia' hanl. 1w. ..". t . 1i ' h. *ae -
ne.n .c. i. n t to f .rt. I, h." n *. . a a. ' la
elt-en.e .. the atate. a. Ih. .r %a.4. en. not..b
cia.
Gaen. It'er was p-.mth the .H. y eewer
whet the legelaso .t. i. r at i n '. ...n -
gate. "The nmt.. ra ..t 't., nua.'e. thiat
ea led u. .'n han r .r ..-. -1.eur. 'It
have a i.n tw..... .. . the nter, e w .ad
it.t .lutight.. ge-.rai - B eath.
Iit !en yeatr hee "'1 , - -I a" chat Ulb
each -ear alt. r ha. retiv e- et, "f- actIve ..4
itc- lGen. 1' oiler 4t'--. ot ... R:- . aIt, 401 of
J asotIe until ha-e. aesIUra t'at a- t r * t b- . r .a
that a.. lo.:g. .. . a n . . . . a,.1 I .Ma et
Li. actameseaen . t I t1 .. e -.r. l.. -..t
e .Ie-dao tos amh- . a f. f e-.. . r.*..l tlla.
thr-gh -it '1.. h- a. t -' \. I '. h.al teo..
tI no noer.' e . .1 .1 '..: n. .. am 1. ga
T 6 l1e Ir ' la- t 1d.a. o . . ."...a I . I .l.. t.a
of .- en t"ael.. .f the - ' . " -e1. a.-+ -
in. -niterea II te. I. -. to -are i.I t. ! 'an" e.-el .ea
M e.ndta" nest a! 1..... !1. . 1.-i.-niltort I -
ta ni. aad ti.L .eat. has at . "-.r n'.-1 4 flit
under a1:-"..n..f ru ~-, f -d. -ta- t-.R the e
Pese of iL, eerLi e 0 tin.itat rCee-rt.
Tar: 4-411.16 moors.
A Misamd In the eat ad UeetgnS.h
SIae-k-d I. te. eaat.
Krw Taae. Jan It. The .'b-ea.-er at Naady
Hook re.por:" the he, an I all the water areaed
the Hook. s far Sa ean lie viao ..'t..I ut-h
ice A email .tenaer Seuta' , it. be see etise. a
loneer beacon and the e.t 1 an' a,.4 there Ma
three-ma.ted e..-l. apl -..ra.n ti a cual barge,
broe-id.e on the ra- lea oan i eer btee.a. 'M
atn...here i tso haty to inake est what
abe is.
14 Motwa, Inwa. Jan. It --t ervera eawaw
storm. the t.er.-zaun:ter of a Ig t.litrard. stetc
It.. Moane.. last e-:.ne ih-. s:..- has pAa'aad
harer with the p.-t. a~er trai-. I t. tra". ea
all the runed.slearltng auto lss tI.ae. are ear
behind unte. Trains on the %tI theatere ased
'haero. G:eat #N..."n.Iac. md.anes and .%wtih
en and St. Lnaa. an. Lispe-as.dem are ename
bue late. Trfic has beota retarded n all
parts of the state.
MUsuacraa Utr. IN.. Jan 14. -A baa4
et am latte last anat. All re.-I are impanmbie
and baeenee. inmastar enmded. he e
hae. maste the railr~ad .t.o-.ade ea-lts4e ae
all fIright trmame have ben andeaed- ."
atteampt was male to mn"e the euth herad
Mon. trainea. while all train- .en the Marpma
Central and Lake 1raue and We.tur: rads a
from feor to sit heer. late.
l'aaame.arau. W. Va.. Jan It to aerned
of the a.we hhea-ka.leof th.mn't read. thre
as an maetmal famane in FImanab-h. as Wart eosaeute.
A aseranger .ent out f rem tse-se em Ioredae
reports that the two st.a., in the plaee ate oa
of oil.Ionr a ad other rorse e a. and that male
as orgasiaed " weed:tion. at.le to make to
rroads as it goes, can rea-h iwa-en with soogp*
is tame to avert dreandl ul conseamemae.
TE CAR FlE... TD I R51T FE3 '.
Sqtshees Wreet at a Pasasp r Vs" a
te Iowa ('ret ea.
BtcaaVOm, leoa, Jan. 14.-A mut Al
eatroes wreck oentred on the Iow (ontai,
one and one-half olels cast of Morneig ,tsus
Iowa, last evening. As an .ast-.uand pate
etnger train approached the esaerhemd creasing
the rear coach juontad the track and ea a1i4
the ties till the tresat was rehed. shea e
coach cleared the track and fea- thrt, lset 1t
the grond below, carr s .aar s- at eight pm.
angere. alt of whom were oieumly Ismsd and
two oif aboam maar dee.
The mast arersmoly hnjored are: eme. Me.
Miller. Maytand, bue, moe den; E. at IErm
mer. Wyoiming. Il1.. btik analt heeldare harti
Elmer Rieee Morsaig Sut.; sha. heeer, tmk
ville, lona, mernen.Ji brutsed ont head ad
shoulderm; uniknoiwn man lrams Eatborg.EIM.e
aerjou.ly bruinsed sand bun-tied.
tesveral of the othber seaj:ared weeahnbemed.
The coach look Ir-m an'd woes only emid by tm
eforts of a gang of ace cuatlera at work In the
ricinaty. The injured we, e takeo toea hrm
house near by ad doctoro from Normeag Mm
are -n a=them.
ENGLAND A~ MonCg.
Vrease and atpalu Kaegmag a (MmeWai
m tse ts:eestetanes.
Taxrotra. Jan. 1.-The negotiatiseee
foot b~etwe the ihstahse ema-ainM adth
ealtoat are elosely' abeawed by a FamineS
eaimcy. It is evadent that neL: her rem ma sr
ilpain intends thsat England siaM geaa ay ad
vantage in Maerece. If dia eoary e pamat
iS
Lr-woow. a. 1.-A diespeteh ha %e Em
change Telegraph Ca~m.yany inram Taagesf
that the ettari who s esat ae Fe. um
with the mltamntee of te rSt Lth goermut,
demmanding :he arreat and pusaishmset Of
ao wiso soems e ag. murdered a 411
elubject. ha not yet retuarned to Taugier.
long ahemne is emaonag mms seaea
3etne by a 'Seek aol ment
Lawarse. Ma., Jao, ?4 -3mj m.
Ulamone, the largest dry good. mesehast is
oey Sleds ameregege for en.is. gtrn edur.e
emme to A. C. Demssut ad E. lIbas & Sa.
Mr. sitaa rsa was bsrought ahed tb~
Deymold C. Emme. a t6hevangeiand
mchiatiseet a comnpetater, she bleto
roeutatieo amog maser hemerne tee
age by mmmede a~mogns has.
maane War elpge 41Emig
Sr. Pamesa. Ja. 3d.-mlen Um e
temes ha kp. t New Yesk t aIs pas s n
ameal desseaesem Is esomSmen am em
Ostembas sleO, 1Mm medme em he -
es esaman Of A Kam af
? MUre Is e Qaba damn
aass, U. C.. Jan. sU.-Thineass a
jmetUny be demsted as t b a a
pead er m myb
Qe. h steema
the -' -
dessa t bhe s Ama ehe & M
bas-- o geamase s ah.W
a. m a e m~a.ae4ea
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