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THE DAILY NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23. 1872.
MOTXOXA OF NEW ADTBUTMHMHNTfc
Tn neinber of tbe Philharmonic Society will
meet thla evening.
Lattvia k cliait, auctioneer, will H on
Monday, Ut M Instant, at 11 oVlock e. m
En trtpit eilver plated wet and Ubtt cntlerv.
Also, od Monday, Jannarj I, at 4.W o'clock p.
nu valuable Improved reel eatate.
ROIIBT H. GlURAM ha Ott hand ft lftFKt ae-
aortment ot faahlonabl family carrtaf ta.
Tan New England Aaeoclatlon will hold ttitlr
anniversary aoctabl tble evening.
pa. W. H. TiTtoa desire to dlipoa of bJi
medie tne and Inurnment.
Tai comrade of Fort No. 1, 0. A. R- Depart-
mcni of th Potomac, will meet to-day.
Tirnu carpenter art wanted.
I as new iwvnuww num. i una'iriinia, i ..
I the moat convenient hotel to all tbe principal
Holiday ranrrri roa Fatum oa Baoraia.
Plain, Bordered and Hemstitched tlandkercblcfi.
Kid Glove, Lined KM, Caator and Dogskin
Bilk Scarf. Scarf lung. Sleeve Ttnttona, Ac
linen Collar. Neck Tie, Bnwa, Ac., -ft
Noah Wii.tiit A Co,
111 Pennsylvania avenue, between Sixth and
Oea. K. Keaae-r Fla lrarr.
At my large and tiandsom store, No. ! T
atreet northwest, I am receiving dally aa ana an
aaaortment of thecbolceat family groceriea aa
ever offered for aale In thU cltr. andaa low aa
tha prlca lUt of any flrat-ctaM boa. My atock
consist ot thanneatUMU, coffee, angara, splcee,
foreign ana uodimuo iruita, pn-aiew, uoruoo
lMlworth's preserve, table inxurlea, French can-
dlea, and every article nsoalty fonnd In a first
an vnmia mirtntMd a rrnreaented or money
refunded. Aa 1 give all order my peraonal at
tention, ami nave out one price, mom who may
favor me with their patronage may rely npon
Deiagiairiy ueait wiin. uau. kikwist,
Ho, 109 F treat northweat.
Tt happy X-maa time the Joyful, generoa
day the very tune when fancy box, eornnco
plea. bon-bon, and all article In the line of coo
leotlonery make people appreciative of the period
and of tnoafhtral donorai and, now, where to
Gttheraf There la no better piaoe than Her
ri, No. Stl Seventh atreet. lie la a descend
at of Santa Claoa hlmwlf, and will almoat five
away hia good thing. Step In and aae hie hand-
omtUM sinuv ail wter wboii juuui ivruuu;.
neb candy aa he baa li wortk tooklnff at. Call
Jleaailfal IleUeaT Praaeate
Skirt and Corvat Factory, No. 40. Ninth itratt,
oppoalte T, 11. C. A. bnlldlng,
embracing real Lace and linen Beta, linen IT and
kerchief. Embroidered and Initial Handker
chiefs, French Cap, Lace Undersleovee, and a
fall line ot Fancy Artlclee especially adapted to
tha holiday eaaaon.
IUtTIT A Houtix,
No. 1014 Pennsylvania avenaa,
have tha monopoly of the favorite and wall
known brand of Horn Harbor oyster, tha Oral
and Aneat of tbe eeaeon, which they will oerve in
their popular aalooo for ladleaand gentlemen,
and are also prepared to furnUh the aame In
packafaaof all alaee for traneportatlon.
Trrharar IlelUar CletMatf.
We are now offering
Men'a Dreaa Solu rroui tlO to $30.
Sen "a Dreae Solu from $W to iv).
qi Drew Suiu from $M to ao,
BuRlneee SolU from Its to t.
nuineaa Suiu from ta to .
Boalaeaa BalU from W to w.
WortVig BalU from H to Sis.
Workmg Salu from lis to t.
Working inlta from K1 to 130.
Ovarooata, Helton, from til to $18.
Overcoat, blae.brown and gray Chinchilla,
Overcoata, bine, brown Beaver, tn to $30.
Boye Cuuway rtulu t rom $4to $H.
Boye' Franklin Solu from $10 to $14.
Boye' Cheaterfleld suit from $lft to $33.
Boye Cape Overcoata from $0 to $19,
Toutha' Overcoau from $11 to $45.
Men'a Talmaa and Wing Ooata.
11 Pennaylvanla avenue.
Metropolitan Hotel lialldlng.
Caadj't ChriatHaa Aertl.
Caxot came to Waablngton,
And opened here hie atore;
Never on the Avenaa
Did tha like appear before.
Ton may fueee the crowd of people
CAMon opening aeen.
And be an re yon and the
Namber, alx handred and alzteen.
Day and night hie aweeta are nice.
Ton may bay the beat at tha toweet price,
NO. SIS rrCfSTLTANIA AVBlftTB,
Iw Oppoalte Metropolitan HoteL
LAaoiMiwcuuwts will commence thacoarae
in id oaaiacH uoiiegc menrat week m January;
tbe majority arraoaing for acolarahtpa at tbe
raauilment ratea. Nearly eltty ladlea and gen
uemen (twice tbe naual Dumber) are In tbe claaa
ki vnitnat navt Jnnt "
Mas. LrcncDi B. CniNDLin la at the reeldence
of Mra. C. B. Wlnilow, No. 1 Orant place, and
will reeelve calla from I to S p. m.. and will make
ippoioimcQu iq aoiu ptnor meeiinga. iw
IIOI FOR TBB IIOUDATI t
Meaara. Ooldmann Htelnbenr, tbe enterprta.
log proprietor ot tbe new genu rarnlahtng good
atore, corner Seventh and O atreeu, have made
great preparauona for the coming holiday. Their
atock of good la immenae, emhnclng everything
for gentlemen' wear, vixt white anlrta of the
very beat manufacture, underahiru, and drawer
QfaUtbediSerent kind. gloTea In kld.dog.kln,
caator, cloth, chinchilla, Ac, traveling bags, knit
Jaeteta, amurellaa, linen and Bilk handkerchief
flea, bow end acarf, and a great many other ar
dele aultatile for
Coma In and look at our Block before purehae
Medicated red flannel underwear a apeclalty.
OOLDMANK A STX1NBIRU,
Corner Seventh and U atreeu.
Whitx, "lean. Bound teeth, all may have by
nalng dally Tucfcfrox'a Ivory Pearl Tooth
Powder: orlee, Sfl and so cenu Der bottle.
BxApnni aoft, glowiy hair; all dejilre It, all
may have It by coiutant ue of Tuoxntux'
lomada Uptime. Price, U and 00 cenu per
LunooumxD Kid fllovea are verr tvlih when
not aolled. Jocrsil inodorous KJd Ulov
Cleaner will renovate them thoroughly; price, is
oent per bottle. All aUI by Uruggiete and
BKACTtm. IIOUOAT PaEDBXTB,
and appropriate for all aeaaona, at
No. 43 Seventh alraet, between Dand E, em-
itrmcinn enmsv fminungi, viuuiaoi, njiTioH"t
Pbotorraptu, Ilctora Framea, all atylee anI
Bisea, in walnut, gilt, velvet. Ac; Picture Cord
andTauet,KlDir, Nalla,Ookl-plated, Tinned and
Wire Centre Picture Cord, with a fall Una of
Paperhanglnga and Window Shade.
Ftmal Fcm!I Fuaalll The largeat and cheaneat
aaaortinent of llle and children1 Fancy Fur
tor u noiiUKjB, rwiurn pncea, i vnnucai,
rur manufacturer, 14 Seventh street northwest,
centre of the aqnare algn of tbe "Big Bear."
Tninr TiLtaoiao the market afforda la
furnished at the Maraton Houae. on KlfUenth
street xnd New York avenue. Also aeveral baud
aomeiy rumiabM iront and bacx room.
Thi Latxwt exxaanox.
$4 Scotch Bottom ualter.
Sao SUtcbed Boot.
M Oood Calf Boota.
13 00 Custom Made.
tt M Ladlea' Button Oaltera. "
St French Kid Button.
$1 oo Children' Button.
White Ualter and Hllpper.
Kubber BooU and Shoes, sil slaea, tt
UxiLiaux'a, am) Seventh Btreet.
I. Oeorge Comb, sua Pennsylvania avenne, be
tween Ninth and Tenth street, la selling the
Oneat French candle at the low price f 40
cenu per pound. A call will satisfy all thai be
is selling the aame good which are usually sold
for 10 cenu. 1. O. Coxa,
908 Pennsylvania avenue.
Liptaa and (liKTixxix, If you wish your
wearing apjiarel cleaned in a cnt-cla manner
send ibem to A. Fiania, III Ninth Btreet, oppo
alte Patent Oitlc. Tbe Professor will give you
aallafactlon without fall. Kid gtovea cleaned nice
Hewing Machine U tbe lt of all. The perfec
tion oatltch on all kind of goods, great range
of work, ease of ooeratlon. uolselesa. (or more
nearly ao than any other shuttle machine.) self-
adjusting tensions, simplicity and durability of
omce, Wtt F street. Masonic Temple.
M. P. Adam A Co., Agent.
A Manaalar Health.
An edition of between nine and ten million of
copies of a very useful work la now ready for
gratultoua distribution, and can be had lot th
asking at any drug slore In th United suies,
the British Colonies, Spanish America or Brail I.
The work referred to U Hosteller' Almanac for
mi. Tli medical portion of It treau of the va
ried allroeou to which the human system I
subject, and aeU forth the peculiar properties of
liostetter Stomach Bitter lb purest and best
toulo at present known aa a preservative of
health ami atreugth, and aa a remedy for debility
and disease. Tue alinanao l nrlnled In all tb
principal languages M the civilised world, and
raaohee a larger uumler of famlllaa and Individ
uals than anv other me l leal treatise taal ever
Issued front the press. No man or woman who
baa a due regard tor that choicest of heaven's
bleealnga, bodily vigor, should fall to read tbe
plain, ample and convincing article which thl
truly practical publication contains. Tbe mis
cellaneous matter I varied. Instructive and
amiilng,4nd tbe calendar dcuaruneat copious
and comprehensive, liostetter Almanac la, in
short, a household convenience, adapted to the
use of all claaae and calling. Tha turner, th
Iilanter, th miner, the merchant, the mechanic,
he laborer, th professional man, all need lii
and to invalid ot both aexe It u an article of
prim necaaaliy. Ill medical technicalities
which renter so many medical treatises InUuded
for popular use unintelligible to the general
feeder, have been carefully avoided In this pam
phlet. All I clear, uollr-lt, forcible, and reoou
ellabli wits reason and common sens.
The pnprltur, Meaars, tiuauuer A Smith,
Pit labors. Pa-, on receipt of a two cent sump
will forward a copy by mall to any person who
iAAOOt pfwur one in at ueignboraoou.
SCIENCE AND ART OF QIFT-QIVINQ.
Tke Tnlag Navel, Deaatlkl, It are, Castlri
Cheap, and Convenient whlesi are Walt
law far liny are-A Chtbtasao Article that
UNat as A err rt Wait at.
Much dellcac;, culture and refinement are re
quired In making appropriate holiday present.
by gentlemen and ladlea ante, to give wen
and properly la not quite to eeaiiy done aa one
might at first Imagine, Of conne. there la a
certain amount of freedom granted In thl
fashion of exchanging wnfri during the holi
day that 1 not admissible at any other season
of the year. Aa the old year dies, and we begin
toattpuponthe tnreabohiot me new year, our
heart are softened, new resolution are formed,
and tinman nature for once In twelve months. It
Booftener, feel anxious to become better I
ready to forget old fends, shake hands, and make
up. What system of reformation la better cal
culated to make enemiea friend man tbe custom
of preaenting gift daring the holldaysf Cer
talnlr none that w know, A present well .
lected and appropriately given has a wonderful
Influence In making the receiver fetl exceed
ingly friendly toward the gtvar, no "matter In
what relation the part lea may stand to each other.
Lover' quarrel are thua forgiven by appropriate
mrmlr. Family feud are aunk Into obttvion by
holiday gift. Friend are made to feel more
kindly toward each other by the exchange of
present, and bitter enemiea have often M burled
the hatchet" on ChrUtmas day, and again re
newed tha vow of friendship by presenting each
other with soma pretty gift. And all these va
rum kind of gift are generally well selected.
and ever presented In the moat approved man
ner. But for a lady to gladden the heart or her
gentleman friend by a holiday gift bo aa not to
lead Monaieor to believe tnat id i in love witn
him la quiu an affair, and on requiring lb
lady moat thoughtful consideration. And then
there la Mademoiselle's old gentleman friend, her
promenade beau," and her chatting friend, ber
matinee beau, her church companion, ner pass
ing acquaintance, and her dear lover, the one
whom she really admire all these friend Made
moiselle, or Madame, desire to girt a present
Taste and Judgment most now t exerciaea.
Far azMjM, gut to mere society menus saouu
oofbaeostly. Extravagant present are gen
erally tokenof ardent love, i
The following tine were composed by Mr.
Pope. Pop la well known In thl community a
an able and consclenton business man:
"Content, It her th' unlearn d their wanU may
The learn "d reflect on what before they new."
Tnev wsracomoosed lut after Mr. Podo had
been Into N, W, Burchell, No. lkStF street,
and bought a On variety of truffles, petite poia,
champagnona, asparagu. aardlne. cepe a
1 BBUC, H'I noil IVIIIU UIVIU. A11VI BII, I uyv
was mlsuken. There are none in this cltr ao
unlearned" a not to know that all their grocery
wanu can be aupplled at Burcbelfa, and they
are content wifj thi fact.
Shakspeare aaya: "When our fate aeem to
open their hand to ut, let our spirit embrace
there In ail that 1 wise and aonorebK" No, It
was a most kind fate that Induced Mr. Thomas
liuwell, ltll Pennsylvania avenue, to make
apeolal preparation for the holidey aeaaon. Fine
wines, liquor, and cigars hardly exprea the
Idea. It U better conveyed by tbe smile-prevok-
iiimmwila. Pioer llehlslck. snlendld chamciarne
of all the recognlxed brand. A half hour spent
at Kuaseus, witn a toieraoiy writ-uueu purse ue
fore attempting to entertain a friend, la a sure
slffo that rou will maka him bauuv.
A French proverb read Tis a good thing to
apeak, but tu better to be aMent," but not with
reference to William R. Riley, No. HI Market
apace, wnose sioca oi wimer urr frooua is uiv
theme of innch and well-deserved praise. From
hlB black allks, colored silk. Irish and French
poplins, emprea cloth and satins, flannels,
shawls. hoHlerr. blanket. Jcaoine verr One
riai-Mins can ba mux Inst now.
1U manna, pivkdu io Dinrn onv idoum out
entirely ignore nimaeu. to isci, cnainj uesia
at home, and If vou are In need of a new suit of
clothea Messrs. itoman k Cox,No.0t)T seventh
street, are merchant tailor and line ready-made
notniers, wnwa it is a pieui to invuit,
They hare an excellent line of goods and are
nrettareel th All orders With dlaoatcn.
Parker thafa a name Hfanfuiar aaa household
wnrd." ami the contlnnouB thronar at No. BIT
Seventh street la only in proof that Parker la up
witn tne tunes in Keeping an ine new magaunes
and all the beautiful books for the aeaaon. For
children be truly baa an infinite variety of toys,
book and game. It la a real treat to atop In
there and look at tbem.
a devoted husband feellns anxious toaratlfr
th refined and exqulalte taste ot hi wife or
daughter will pause to purchase a present from
Davis, No, sot Market space. Here la a splendid
variety of beautiful goods. Here are fans Dt for
Lydla to fan aoft Lydiaoa airs, made of ahclU of
mother of pearl, of Ivory and gold and edged
with real lace, and all manner of Jet ornaments,
and In thl true temple of fashion, all conceiva
ble thing in velvets, lares, ribbons, feather and
baUmay be found. Kemember Davla early in
tne morning, at noon ana in me arcaiug.
It puixles ladle a good deal to determine what
1 best to give their gentlemen friend. If we
knew that a lady was out searching for a present
for oa to-day, and should see her step Into Dev
lin A Co.. No. HIS Pennsylvania avenue, we
ahoold fel happy at once, for there ah can find
a magnificent line of scarfs, a beautiful smoking
Jacket, a lovely dressing-gown, and this claaa of
chara-e nothing for thl bint, but it 1 a very val
uable one for a wife, daughter or awectheart to
be tn pdaseaslon of.
One of the most appropriate of all the tender
anu neaumui eiprcsaiunauiiuva is a kuiiicu gui.
ami hi a wuuiu a ucart
"fltrowrtr than thunder's wlngM force.
All iiowerful gold can iiMd IW ouuraa."
Such an expression can be kept In sweet re
membrance of tbe donor, and forgolden sovpsntri
call on M. W. Oalt Bro. A Co. There an uncle
can get hi niece a set of silver forks, sliver cake
baskeU; and the girl who love us can find at
Oalt' a silver cigar case, and a gold locket for
her picture; and a brome sutue, either large or
small, la a very appropriate thing for ft gentle
man to give a lady. All tastes and all purses can
be sulUO at (lalfa.
James U. Dodsoo haa Just opened for tha aea-
on an extensive- auu spieouiu una oi goous in
carpeu and curtains; velvets, S-4 and 1-4; body
Brussels, Kogllsn and American upestry, -4 and
u. Three. lilv. In rains. Venetians, ra and 1
ennacarpeU and oilcloths, shade Hollands, rep
goous, plain auu uajureti. vuriui-os in wuuu auu
gilt, and elegant curtain lace. Mr, Dodwn ha
tnese goods; market clear down for cash otu
tumera or approved credit.
Tha present of a choice and handsomely
bound hymn book or a Bible would not bo far
out of tbe way, and no better assortment can be
found than at Ballantyne1, 4M Seveutb etreet.
M.J. Pope A CuSlT Third street southeast,
(which u Capitol HUM keep a floe livery,
hiring and sale stable. Heskleuu In that vicinity
find this stable a great popular convenience.
"Book." said Plato, "areth Immortal son
defying their aires." and the great booksellers.
PbUp k Solomons, have all the tt English and
American girt books of tbe season, and with fin
taste they have provided tbe sundard work,
edition of Wsveny, Pickens, Thackeray, Iteade,
and Froude1 works, and ail manner of fine art
work. Juvenile book, games, fairy stories and
an Immense, variety of i-apirnuuht, Scotch
woods, pearl, brooae, glass and wicker goods.
At A, S. Pratt k Son's, under Lincoln ball, la
surancacan be. effected In old and most reliable
Insurance companies. They afford abaolnte pro
tection to property, and the high character of th
firm and lu style of doing business la ucn aa to
omtnend them to the ugard of all having prop
erty to Insurance.
If one la looking for book let tbem be re
minded that at VV . II. A U. H. Morrison's, 4T0
rennsyivania avenue, an unprecedented assort
ment la now on hand. They bav "Twenty
Thousand Leaa-uea Under th Sea." translated
from tbe French of Julea Ferne; tbe "New Uni
versal Loiter; bji legal woraa, ana ail me cur
nnt literatura of ttaailav.
At liable Brother, corner Seventh and D
streets, the great and tempting display of ready
made clothing still continues to attract a tre-
menuous rusn oi custom, i ne goous are so hdb
and ao cheap that all are struck with the great
advantage to be derived from trailing with tnem.
Men, youth and children can fiud there wbatev r
they want in the clothing line.
a rresn soppij ui -riTopainy ui rooii,
Pmf. lluhbeli'a wonderful toulo uanacea. has
Seen received by Nairn k Brother, corner of
Ninth street ana reonsyivania avenue.
There are none who better know how to make
X-maa and New Year's happy than B. W. Iteed
A Sons, fine family grocers, UUP street. They
have a fresh aupuly of chocolates, brotnaa, co
coas, tea and coiteea, and these are to be tbe
principal una is aunug uiv iiuuuiii,
mas ounuf me iiuuuiii,
my, a great friend of Cleopatra, once
uilon, TJome, let to billiards,' and
aggested that the labiee of Miller A
said to Coarml
Charm ion sturs-ested
Jones, over the National theatre, isao-tr K
street, are always lu capital order, aud that It 1
a splendid place to enjoy tbe game. In their
udb sample rooms iwiuw vuo tvij viu iniicat
llnoors are elwavs at tha dbtDOaal of aeutiemen.
Order for their imported wines, liquors and
cigar from genuemen receive prompt attention.
Itua house of great and welWeaerved popu
larity. The style at Lowe', No. 811 Market space, are
of tha latest importations, aud mademoiselle
will find there everything to suit her artiatlo
taste In real laces. In point, thread, guipure and
Valenciennes, lac handkerchiefs, collar, barbs,
and embroidered linen fancy ties: silk fichus.
Bashes, bow, kid gloves and all fancy good.
Thl U th place for the ladle to visit,
Mr, W. v, Seymour, in Bridge street, ha
made a apeclalty in th aelection of fur for th
raon, and with special reference to holiday
K resent. Fine mink alle aeU, seal-skin furs,
oa and Alaska aeu of fur trimming for
Sir William Temple waa fond of reminding hi
generation that some of th father had consid
ered tbe love of tnusin a eignoi predestination;
and tbe recipient of a piano one week from
Vj ednesdsy next may a well look upon herself a
blessed of tb gods. Muslo haa been declared
the fourth material want of our nature after
fooil, shelter, and raiment and whether all man
kind concede the thought or not. It Is ceruln that
a mMHl iilano 1 tb first thins lobe thought of
after the other three reprovMMt. Brron aakl
to era waa musio inau ming- ii urn nw ears;
Ixil men have not ears great enough, tor In
stance, to find muslo In the familiar utterance of
the thing which ha moat ean but lb numier of
superannuated harpsichord, tiy courtesy piano,
which haras m at the atreet corners, indicate
thai If a great many pianos are not given a
Christmas glfu H is not because they ought n I
I. one duee not want novelties la pianos
"women aud music should not be dated," ai.d
pianos are like wine, those of the oldest maker
are th beat. Partiea tn aeanh of the aiove
should call at Ellis', MeUerolt's, and Hclcbsn
bach'. ffaA Accident.
Mr, A. B. Pratt, while engaged last Saturday
evening In decora U ig for Chrlstmaa th Memor
ial chapeL fell and broke his arm near tb wrist,
Mr, Pratra many friends slnoerely sympathise
win him and trust the painful accident will not
ii.n t bxn him from his ai-ttva and useful labor
as a i-ltlun much respected la this community,
TEMPERANCE MEETING YESTERDAY
Adareaees f Senator Wllsat tTr, Chlcher
lag. and Other,
A pnbllo temperance meeting was held yester
day evening In Lincoln hall, forth purpose ot
dUcuwlng "The petit ot holiday hospiuilty."
Rev. Dr. Checkering, ot Boston, pretided. Tb
exerclacs were opened by tha singing of a hymn
by a volunteer choir and prayer by Rev. Dr.
Parke, ot Calvary Baotlst church.
Dr. Chick erin read a few verses from tha
Prophet Jeremiah, expressing grief for the Bin
and consequent sorrow of Uriel, and referred
to an utterance In the sameatraln onthlaplat-
Iorai isst year oy in tic rresioeni oi tne
It waa "with unutterable sadness." Mr. Colfax
had aald, In substance, that be surveyed the
scenes of woe and rullt Droduced bv Indnlrenca
In strong drink, from IU slight hut perilous be
ginning onwaru to its most ingmrui excease.
Similar feeling, aald Dr. (.nickering, are ap-
Iiv)mii rru iu in uiivmimud ui wpii tne
BPDroachlog festlvltlea of Chrlstmaa and New
Year' win witness, and for which those tlrae-
nonorru anuiversarie win lurnian tne occasion
A highly respectable gentleman of thl cltr hu
lately said that for many year In early life be
did not consider either day aa properly observed
tin ne nwi uvooine more or lean intnxicaiea.
Many a mother In this and other etttea has
learned by the saddest of maternal experiences
to dread the return of her eon on those evening,
not from the haunt of low dissipation, but from
the elegant hoapttalltlee ot friend.
He was glad to find a reformatory movement
In thl direction In many el tie, it waa the pur
pose of thi meeting to awaken public attention
to the peril of such holiday hospitalities aa have
been too common. He had hoped to have the
presence and aid of two Vice Presidents (he
out-golog and the In-coming. A the former had
other engagement, w are happy to intmduc
the Vke President elect, Hon. Henry Wilson,
who from his Ural appearance here as a young
political aspirant haa been a faithful and con
sistent friend ot temperance.
Rev, Dr. Parsons, of Philadelphia, waa Intro
duced, He contended that thl mighty work of
tbe temperance societies waa to educate the peo
ple to prevent them from becoming onfortunat
falling humanity, St. Paul, when he advised
young men not to drink, meant that they ahould
be Bober In order that they could be able to teach
the way to Christ, and by drinking they would be
unable so to do.
The mere effect of taking ft glass of Uqnor Is
wiuiuif, uui me nauita tnat win luuow iroin it
such that ttwiil bear upon every point where
there I the least possible chanct of escape from
He believed that a compulsory education to
temperance should be Introduced In tha private
andpubtioechoolrs when th necessity of total
abstinence would be Imparted to the children In
their youth, and go with them to manhood. He
related aeveral amusing Incldtnu where com
pulsory education waa brought Into aae on aom
unfortunate who had gotten on IU down track.
In which th determined efforts of those having
the matter In charge were sucoeuful, and tb
results beneSclaL IlannrMl hia hearers tn ba
careful of the glass of wine that will be offered
wuDiuuni( tne unnsimas auu rttw leant
holiday, and prophesied that the abominable cus
tom ere long will be done away with.
L'pontbeooneloxlonof Dr. Parson' remarks.
tne t-uvir saaa anoioer nyma, auti
BBXATOB BIN1T WIIAnX
waa Introduced, and aald aa he understood the
purpose of the meeting to lie to Uk Into consid
eration the subject of holiday hospitality, ha en-
tereu tniu tne wort witn greater vim. aince bib
coming to Washington eighteen year ago, be
had seen a great many cbangea In ttaa direction
toward temperance, change with whloh he waa
much pleased. Thl city haa done aa much to
ward the temperance movement and abatement
of intoxication aa any other cltv in the country.
He trusted that the officer of th Government
who will receive durlns- the holidays will dlsnaasa
with wine, and thereby act a good example to
law in imer positions, jo uis irave'suann
the late campaign ha encountered thousand t
people, and at many of the meeting at whlc
n ooke be didJiot see a eintle case of intoxlu
tlon. lis thought the causa of temperanoe bad
maue great progress among omciaia, ana n
hoped fur thegoodotth common country that
the people would abstain during thefiolldsT from
offerina wine and oarrv this oansa to a rlorlons
end. He related an incident of a prominent cltU
aen of Chicago making on one occasion seventy,
one call, and In allot tbia namber there waa
only on place where wine waa offered to him.
He asked hi hearer to follow la the same path.
He believed It to be the duty of every good citi
senof the United States to keep back himself,
and thereby hold back other from thl terrible
curse, and assist In lifting th fallen humanity
ana wipe unsevu iront to lauu, lie ciosean
uklna- all to dlsoens with wine durlne tha hoi
days, and asked th young men to uae their Influ-
viivv iu tuia uiinuw. Alter uwueuictiwu tne
A renlar meetlne of Pioneer OoundL Na.1.
Sod of Jonadab, waa held on Saturday night,
and tha following was ad noted ;
Whereas the custom of offering Intoxicating
drlnka to visitor during the holiday la on that
Badlr militate agalnt the temperance cause. La
productive ot no good, but often resulting In
errou Injury to individual, families, and so
tMorsrf, That we hall wlUfpleaaure tbe deter
mination of ao many of tha beat families In thl
city and elsewhere to banish th Intoxicating
uuni irvio w kiutv puuuuq tnese occasions,
and appeal to all other to follow ao worthy an
The council will hold their customary watch
CITY SMALL TALK.
Th beat resulU of tbe pre Cider.
Chenoweth aaya he know where to find BUu,
Leather deafer usually hare Morocco aklna.
Washington la keeping up lu repuUtion. An-
utucr inarusr jes tenia.
The display of winter fashion at the matinee
on Saturday waa immenae, K very body vu out.
There I to be a Cbrlstmaa dinner on Wedne.
day to tbe Inmate of tbe Preedmen1 hospital at
That wa a modeat request made by the last
man drowned, to Noah. for a little whisky to mix
with his water.
Brown, not Charlie, drew an afghan the other
uiH"W wun mueij-ume stnpue an suit witu
Brintnalt, tha "Crulkshank" of A. O. O., haa
Invented a atub and twist pencil that, like a
A weekly Journal of Waahlnrton haa
"Brown Young Man." We can beat It, tor w
have old Brown himself.
Root! as ft blusher Is a success, but then he aaya
iiiiuuiicunuuui iivre iiv luur iiuj cicrBB
In hi room, and 'Brandy" iu next to him.
There 1 a meuenger In tbe Tension office
whose ear are et o far lack that when h
peax ne oa to aaa aom one what be aald.
Tbeetrtfe for Dromotlon In the Second And.
Itor office I a flerrea the war of the roses,
but the light ones will go In and tha rest will
Mr. Winder building will probably hare a
more lasting remembrance with tb colored race
man anj otner tnat wnere tneygo anu cant
gvt iuei uuuutj,
The ladlea In the Patent Office get off some
awim -iin auuut letters patent mat ue;
copy. We heanl them through tbe naual mill
tary channel, and of coarse cannot tell tbem.
"Dead bau from the cave are used aa fertil
isers In Kentucky" la what tb iumaucix of the
ftutb aald. A Kentucky friend suggeaUthat It
ahould read "dead beau,"
C. T. Boerdman, M. D., write to say he was
not present at "A moat novel jmxI nutrttm exami
nation," tha report of which was published In the
KxrvsuCAK of Saturday.
The Franklin Telegraph Company has a branch
uiuto iu uii iuiiu; ui tfiuarua noiei, jar, rf,
Bradlev Lrndall la tha mananer. Tha Autnmatie
company baa iu In one of the atore to tha weat
oi tue note i entrance.
Brooke, of the Military Academy branch of the
War Department, haa conceived a brilliant
ncucme lor me rompietioo or tne waanington
monument. He haa not let It all out yet, but tha
mui ucmii nw nuFr0ccueutea geaiua. liOV,
Cook is to have th lint show.
Messrs. Cox A Callan have sold to tha mlni-aA
trustee of Odd Fellows' Building Association a
large three-story brick house, with atore fronts,
containing tt rooms, on Thirteenth street, be
tween B and C atreeu. Price, $10,000, Alan,
Bold to RohrerA Smith aouare lit, between B
aim r streets tun r irsi auu oeconu atreeu north,
deerge Ilarnell Arrested la Frederiek.
On Satanlay morning last Detective Coomea
tiiucu rrmrnruiHirir. t inn rrrnrnjui itn
Oeorge Burnett, colored, who had been appre
hended In that place by Sergeant C. W. Edwlng-
tuu. tun ik in uiuiuir uj tfiin jiurnett, wno
wa ahot bv Officer Aldrtdre a few weeks slnr
during an affray In "Fighting alley." in which
Oeorge took a very prominent part, but escaped
during tbe excitement of tbe shooting. When
nunj nn uauitni oeiDgy tne pereon, out on tn
arrival of th detective, who knew him well,
further concealment waa useless, and ha made a
clean acknowledgment. At the Urn of th
shooting he received a wound In hi wrist and
hand, which I not yet healed, lie waa taken to
police headquarter to await a bearing before
uuyv DU(U IHH Willi uuia.
Death fPraacU Prwsaerl,
Francla ProaoerL an old eltlien
Ing In Kaat Waahtogtoo, died at hia resldanne.
No. Tit (J street, on Saturday morning, In th
4th year of hia age. He wa a native of PUa, la
the grand duchy of Tuscany, and cam to thl
country in tb United suufrlgu constelia-
an, ana nas ever since ueen a musician
'olted SUtea service. belna for mint
years connected with tha band at West PolnL
New York, but for tbe last thirty-Bra year a
member of tbe Marine laad In thl cltv. He haa
well filled a long life of usefulness, and leave
son In th same band with which he waa last
connected. He has always been a good cltlaen,
and not only had many frlenda lu the section
where he lived, but elaewhere throughout the
felumfcla Tr r rap h Ice I I'aUaNe. 101.
Th rerular monthly meet Ine of Columbia
Typographical t'nlon No, 101, wa hold on Satur
day evening at the Columbia Law building, and
the following omceia chosen for tbe ensuing
yean President, T. W. Howard; vice president,
P. F. FlliwlUlama;correBpoudlngBecreiary. L.11.
rattcraou: niianriai sevretarT, , w. aiaionev:
. lark It W I'liilnn. ...,.(.. i
Tbe subject of the postal telerranh avitem.
which wa brought up for discussion, waa re
ferred to a apeUaJ commltu fur a report at tb
Ml ! ,,
Some rharliable parson haa eutlo thCblV
dren'a bwpiUI a child' baby-house, moat el.
fully furnished. Th managers hat decided
i ram It at 4 o'clock on th VAth InsL It win ha
on exhibition to-day an I to-morrow, ,
PATI1CI WELSH KILLED IT JOHN ITBU.
ratal Affray al lb (JaaAVerh Veeteraay-
Tw of the Btakera Engage In ft Qaarrel
-A Dlevr frwaa m Cthavel fllve Welsh
111 qaletae LyIeat tha Mrderr,le-eapeeV-lt
la 9ape ! Have Oaae t
Thoae cf onr cltliena who so fondly hoped
that tha recent dreadful i ample set the law.
leaa by th hanging of three men tn th Jail
yard would have struck awe to th heart of the
vicious and quick tempered will be greatly disap
pointed by th results ot an affray yesterday
morning In which ft fireman at the Washington
gas works, named Patrick Welsh, cam to hi
death at the hands ot ft fellow-laborer, the In
strument of murder need being a heavy coal
ahoveL The facu connected with the affair are
gleaned by oar.re porter aa follows)
Saturday night, at li:so o'clock, Welsh. In rom
pany with John Lyden, both of whom belonged
to th night gang at th gas-house, left their
home, adlolnin each other, on Twenty-third
atreet, between C and M streets, for the purpose
of entering npon their dutlea at th gas works,
where they are employed aa firemen, and at II
o'clock began their labors, on the way to work
everything waa pleasant, and, a fare known,
bv luiarj wgnu mwu wiwrrn tne in.
Af ur their arrival at th work tby began draw
ing tbe flrva for th purpoeeot renewing them.
All went well nnttl Welsh missed some cokeh
waa using, and ha Inquired of a fellow-workman
named Redman If he had Uken the coke, ha reviv
ing in th negative, Lyden atepped up and a
he bad Uken It for the purpose of firing a p. Thi
ceased word to pes between them, and an
affray occurred, which waa soon checked by th
other workmen, but th quarrel waa soon re
newed, and Welsh sat on a pile or coal near iy
Lvden. who. as Boon aa he had filled hia wheel
barrow, started to dump It. In ao doing be passed
Welsh. Lydsn stopped and, raising hi coal
shovel, struck Welsh on tb ton of the head
twice, felling him. A workman named
Michael ciancey ran wtwon tn paniee ana
prevented the third blow. Lyden then went on
with hi wheelbarrow and returned to his work.
In the meantime Welsh had fallen on bU back,
aooarentlv dead. Lvdenaxclalmed. "Is he rolna
to diet" and Immediately ran out and repaired
tvnianome, wnere ne wesneu nunseii, cnanKea
culty or where h waa going. Aa yet nothing ha
been heard of him, but the aupposltlon I that he
haa gone to Fltuourg, Pa where be hu aom
Patrick Welsh waa bora tn th county ot
alwav. Ireland. In ltua. and came to America
about four year ago, and came direct to V ash
Ington. where h gut employment In the tone-
am oi uraoiey a uon as leoorer ii remained
ft laborer. About two years ago be got employ
ment at the raa bouse a fireman, where hee
raaloed nntllnia death. Mr. Welsh ha borne a
good character andwualwaye looked npon aa a
nannies man and aa having a very even disposi
tion. U leave a wife and on child.
John Lvden U about fortv-nve rear of are. of
ordinary helahL He waa born in tha earn
county In Ireland a th deceased. He came to
ibis country anout ten year ago ana obtained
work at the gas work a fireman. He has, like
hi victim, bora a good character. H ha In
thl city living adjoining to the murdered man's
larauy a wuoanu tweennarcn. wno are neia is
the highest esteem by their neighbor.
The murder waa committed In the retort room
of the Vt aahtngton gas-house, corner of Twenty-
aixtn anti u streets, wnere me gaa mat is fur
nished the rceidenU of Washington is made.
The Area of tbe retort are arranged In eectlon,
and a man la placed at every five. Tb deceased
occupied the upper aectlon. and by hi aide waa
Lyden, who had the adjoining aectlon. Kachof
the firemen had their own piles of coal and coke
for gaa purpose In cloe proximity to th fires.
In thl room there are employed about one hun
dred men, who are arranged at the respective
Information of tha murder havlne- been trans
mitted to tbe Fourth police precinct elation.
Bcrgeaut owinaeii, wun umcers i oomey, rieei.
Crump aud TrunnelL repaired to the gas-house.
after tbe blow were struck. Examination
bowed there were two cuu on tbe top of the
head and th skull waa cruibed, tb man evi
dently dying almoat immediately.
Tb coroner waa notified of the murder, and
shortly afterward viewed tha body and ordered
It to be Uken to tha Fourth police precinct
sutlon, where It waa placed to await the action
of tha coroner' Jury, who will hold an Inquest
wa ere i ner iouuu tne ootiv tidi wnere it iru
ivrxa Tne vnniita
So oon aa Lieut, oreer, commanding the
Fourth precinct BUtlon, waa aware of Lvden
having left the gas-house he dispatched Officers
Warwick and llawkea to hi residence, and
omcer Trunnell to the railroad depots,
Tbe Information obtained waa that he came
home about two o'clock, when be washed him
self and changed hi clothea, after which he left
tbe house hurriedly, telling bU family he waa
going to PitUbnrg and wonid return shortly. No
Information could be got a to hU leaving the
Th affair feaa created great excitement In the
Flrat ward, where both name are well known.
After the removal of the body to the lUtlon
houae tbe wife and mother of deceased were In-
lormeu or nis aeam, and npon tnetr visiting tue
body of tbe murdered man, which wa lying on
a mattrea with hia working clothea on, covered
with coal dust, and hi face blackened from th
dust of the furnace, with the terrible opening In
hi head, they burst Into the wildest screams.
prvavutiug a scone suuicirnt to siiect tne strong
est heart, and tt waa with difficulty that the ter
ror-stricken women could be removed from the
The friends and family of the murderer, Lyden,
have secured tha leiral services of kteasrs.ll.lt.
Barrett and E. A. Wiuiama, who will appear at th
city, and they hare earnestly advised that he
shall lie produced lo appear before the coroner'
Hales af IJfe Ilelldar Preseels.
In Justice to Prof. Cook, hi Balm of Life and
the public we must ssv that a more welcome
present cannot be made than a bottle of mi
great Elixir of Life, especially for use during
the holiday. Ladlea who have tried it find it
almoat Indispensable a a toilet article. Besides,
It will be found'aoefflcacloua In overcoming dls-
aKrceaoie lecunga, uue to an ovcrioaueti stoiuacn
with good things, that we recommend a swallow
vi tn v m i uiiui, wmvu wiu lu ticn luiuuir
give ease aud comfort without any after bad ef-
icvuj, or re tore, we ssj a no yourselves wun a
bottle of the Balm, and our word for It you wont
be sorry. The Profesnor aaya that with hia en
larged new steam retort and apparatus he can
uuw aumiij mo ucinani witnoiu neiaj.
The Balm of Life can be bad at the manufac
tory, corner of Ninth and II atreeu, and pure by
all nrat-clasa druggist. See advrrtlsoinent In
The Ladj af the Lake A share.
Tbr steamer Lady of tha Lake, plying between
thU city and Norfolk, Va left here ou Thuraday
for that city. During the storm on Thursday
night ahe run ashore off Mathlaa Point, about
alxty rails down the river, and 1 now fast
aground. The Bteainer (leorgeanna and Ex-
Srea went to her aaalstance yesterday and en
eavored with all their poaalble steam power to
haul her off, but In vain, two large hawser being
napped In the effort. The mail and passengers
were therefore Uken off and brought back to
this city yesterday morning. The steamer will
nave to remain in ner present couiutiou for seV'
On Saturday last there waa filed In th office of
tne recoruer ui aeeiia a cenincat oi incorpora
tion oi tne Metropolitan ciuo,- witn in follow
ing Incorporator: Messrs. W, w. Corcoran, Oao.
w7 Itlgg, Uen. W. T. Sherman, Admiral D. D.
Porter, it, K. Kathbone, James C. Kennedy, Wm.
i. rump, v, it, itugers, u, u, cutta ana wona u,
Also, one of th election of the following trus
tees of Emnnuel church of the EvangellcarAaso-
ciauonj jonn Bcaencx, one yean x-ouis Keee,
two year; PtierBchenck, three year.
Nlaaalar Am lei lea.
Last night about 9-M o'clock, aa Mr. John Fiti
hugh waa eitung In the hall of tbe Metropolitan
houl he waa Uken with a violent bleeding at the
uubv. i nm (iicuua pcciu ma cuu union remove")
him to the wash-room, where ever efTnrt wu
made to cause the bleeding to cease, but their
labors were of no avail, and after bleeding for
"wij bu iivhi si. uuiig na utuuiiiucii, iuu
arrested tbe flow ot blood, afWr which h waa
removed to bis home on Sixth street.
TfceChlweeaa I'hrlatasaa Day.
Mr. Wtddow will oneraU on tha chimes at
o'clock on Christmas Morning, aud Immediately
succeeding- the momlnir Bervlnea. Th rminw.
lug Is tbe programme: "Oxford Chimes,' "Joy to
the World," "Let the Merry Church Bella King,"
-vnniuDu lann,- "Aoeste riucica,- -ivyri
Eleison," arranged from Moaat Pa Twelfth Mass;
'Gloria tn Excels!," from Haydna Mass, No. 1:
m uiiu t uuu t-aiuk uiiiiik hi ,
eeUla," Chant No. I; "Bound the Loud Timor',"
and "Home, Sweet Home."
niaaaalo Elect lea.
At th rerular ineetintrof Hiram fyidire. Na. 11.
heUI ou lb vuth Inst., th following omcer were
elected to serve for tn eusulng yean Lou la D.
Wine, W. M.i M. R. Thorp, H. w.; Jaa. B. Umble,
J. W.; John M. Jewell, secretary; John If. Tar
ton, treasurer, Jame If, Byram, tiler.
The following named gentlemen were elected
officer of Eureka Iidge No. b, of F. A. A. M.t
L. C. Bailey. W. M.) Heury llper, tt. W.j Itoliert
T. Iverson, J, V.
Theasat llaeaelp Pewlal Card.
On of th best postal card w have aeen I
that Issued by Thoinaa llussell, which tell of all
the fine wine, brandies, old rye and Hourbou
whiskies and Ilavaiiaclgar on one aide, and on
th revere there U a full price-list of hi cham-
Kgne. The card U unique In design and mast
useful In business.
A IleaHlifal llellday Pre-eai.
Th Buruliia-SUr Perfumer end Deodoriser.
Thi neat llttl toilet article will perfume or tltiul
orlse a room In a few momenta, tha liquid being
evolved by a beautiful glowing sur. Can be
seeu iu vperatiou at . v. manop s, corner OI
Tenth ami F atreeU; W. B. EntwUlc, corner
twelfth atreet and Pennsylvania avennet and at
tue agvut a uiuve, eo t nirteeuta etreet.
' ' i
New Xaw Flras,
Tha Hon. Jamsa M. Cavanauirh. of UonUns i
Mr. S. K. Hanncgan, son of the lite Senator Han-
uraau, ui muiaua, auu ieure uraj, esq., ot
Miiwaukle, bar enured Into a oo-uutuersb p
for tbe practice of law u tbii city, Tb brliliaut
reputation of each of tbeae gentlemen aa able
law ra will secure success lor tha new firm, j
AN EXCELUNT PROPOSITION.
IUprecentallea afirashlagtaa EJaeatleaal
iatereau at la Tirana Expeelilea,
At the Us meeUng ot th school board a com
mittee, eoniUUng of Superintendent Wilson and
Trustees lUrrta, Scott, Rlcharda and Champtln,
waaappointeuroueris tne nest mean or hav
ing oar educational IntereaU represented at th
Vienna exposition next year. The committee
mil on Saturday evening at the Franklin build
ing, and th plan anggeated by Gen. Eaton la
a circular recently issued from the Department
of Education was duly considered, and the com.
mltte determined to carry out th suggestions aa
far aa practicable.
The following resolutions, adopted at a meet
ing held here some time ago, win indicate bow
It la proposed to operate la making th repre
-rsDieed, That th aupertntendenu of cities
and the larger town be requested to make out.
In such form as tha United SuUa Bureau ol
Education ahail devtee, charta allowing for
each gratia of their school system, the aubjecu
of study by topic, tha tlm occupied, the nam-
vci vi Kicvncre, in n urn ner oi pnpus, tne
average aalarv of Uachera. tha snnniMnf
pupils and a sUtement showing the entlr In
come and expenditure for echool purposes, th
income from local uxation only, th average
cost per scholar for tuition and tha average
toui eoat per scholar, and of such pecullaritlea
(excellent or otherwise) of tha eyatem as they
may deem necessary for ft thorough understand-
In. Af tltA bbma m
Aeeelved. That mnerintmdenta ha tlm
quested to tend to the Bureau of Education
samples of writing, drawing, and map-drawing
from some entire class or school In each grade,
each specimen to be marked with the nam, age
and grade of the producer, and to conform with
uv ivijmivuivui vi me nianagemaut oi id ex
dos I tlon.
Stas-xW, That auperlntendenU be also re
quested to send to th United SUtee Bureau of
Education a model of their beat echool building,
and view and ground plan ot uch other a
they may deem At, with Item of Information aa
to th coat, date and material ot construction,
their slae. furniture, method of ventilation, c7
VsoJsed. That BUOerlnUndenU be raanastad to
co-opcrau with the Bureau of Education in ob
taining a iuu exnioit, oy writing and otherwise,
of all educational Institution and Instrumental!
Ilea not comprehended in th public school sya
tem. IncluuTng kindergarten, private acbool,
academies, business college, orofesslonal and
other higher institution, librariea, museum. ga
,., njvii.it. (vi iuhiuw uiiruTciueiit, ig,
ArsoffMf, That aupenntendenu b also urged
to procur ft copy of each Uxt-book, map, chart,
and other Behoof publication, and of every article
of school furniture produced In their respective
JUtotffJ. That BUnerliitiifldanta Ka anMU1t
recommended. In view of the official character
ui tne i uiteu oiatee nurean ot allocation and lu
general nUUty, to furnish that omce duplicate of
tbe Information, plana, Ao, contributed to the
exposition, for storage and exhibition In tbe
omce, as the nucleus of an educational museum
The preparation of the chart wm Intrusted to
Mr. Y. Uson, who will have th akl and co-operation
of Prof. It. C, Spencer. These gentlemen
will also select the apeclmena of penmanship to
be sent abroad.
Meaara. Wilson, Rlcharda and Champlln were
appointed a committee to have prepared a model
ot the Franklin school building. In this
labor they wilt bav the co-operation of Mr.
Adolph Cluas, The model will b made In
section o that it can be Uken apart. The
building will be represented Just as It k and the
system of heating and ventilating will be fully
demonstrated. One of the room will conuin
all th school furniture Id miniature, ma that an
Intelligent Idea can be had of how our school
Mr. Scott wa charged with the duty of col-
imra BiaiiBiH; auu iu uereaaarj iniunusuon
relatlug to publia librariea and association for
rautnai improvement; Mr. nicnaru will collect
th autistic of collesre and law schools: af r.
Champlln that relating to polytechnic schools.
theolnolcal Institutions and Sunday schools, and
Mr. Harria waa appointed to collect tbe Informa
tion aooui orpnao aayiums, acnooia or pnarmacy.
dentistry and medicine, female colleges, art and
scientific museum, Ac
The committee then adjourned to meet again
on Saturday evenlno next. The committee win
be glad to receive any information whatever
bearing upon the above potnUor other educa-
The Heaarge la Other Cltlre.
The following case of smallpox have been re-
Krted to the health omcen one oa L atreet, be
een Fourth and Fifth northweat; one on Seo
ood atreet. between Maryland avenue and A
street northeast; two case corner Hand Seven
teenth streeu northweat; one on K street, be
tween Half and south Capitol atreeu aouthweal;
one on C atreet, between Seventeenth and
Eighteenth atreeu northwest; one at US C atreet
southwest; one at 810 Second street southwest.
Tbe following deaths hsve occurred: James R.
Beans, R street, between Half and South Capitol
streeu aouthweat; a child of T. It. Robinson, a
member ot No. I engine company, 11 Third street
northwest, and Noah Water. Eighth Btreet, be
tween B and C southeast.
At I o'clock Saturday night a case was moved
from one of our prominent hotel on Pennsylva
We find bv our exrhanae that Waahlnrton la
not the only rlty Buffering with thl terrible dis
ease, but that in Louisville, Kentucky, the small
pox haa broken out to ao alarming extent, not-
witastaoaina: tne eaons oi me Cltv latner to
keen it ouleL Thatleneral CTottneilAf th ritv
of Louisville ha passed an ordinance empower
ing tne Dueru 01 iieaitn to taie aucn measure
to prevent the spread of tb disease by forbidding
all communlcaUon except ot physicians and
competent nurses with any person or person so
affected, or the house or premises in which such
person so affected may be, except by means of
person authorised by the Board of Health so to
do; other precautionary measure were adopted
with the ordinance, to prevent U spread of tbe
scourge, and It is thought the disease u pretty
well under the control of the health department,
Two Divorce Caaee.
On Saturday the Equity Court mad a decree
divorcing Egbert U. Barnard from tha bonds of
matrimony with Gertrude T. Barnard. The par
tiea In thla case were married In Hocheaur, N.
Y In September, 1S09, and came to Waablngton
In October following, but reapondent refused to
lire with hlra at hia slater's bouse, aod left him.
Also, a decree in the case of Eva Blddle against
Jonathan Blddle, who were married In Baltimore
In September, IBM. The petitioner ititci that
they have two children, and charge that the de
fendant contributed but little to her aupport, and
u nyinf iw, nuiuuj ucicinu uer.
A grand chance for tbe purchase of BooU and
Shoe cf every kind, style and quality, at whole
aale prices. White and fancy good of every
kind, for ladlea mlase and chlldren.at and below
cost. Everything In th shoe Una thai can be
called for, atwbuleaale price, at C. F, Cum-
nuits- no, va neveutn street.
- at Sax oat Cxa Assignee,
The Waehlagtes) City Havlaga Daak,
comer of Seventh atreet and Louisiana avenue.
pay per cent. Interest on all deposit. Depoa
tt can be made and drawn at will.
Helld Ullver Tea Bet la he UafHea.
Meaara. Latimer A Clean- will have for raffle.
at their auction rooms, thl week, a solid silver
tea set, Misting i,vu,
Nalleaal Aavloa Raak.
aorner of New York avenue and Fifteenth atreet,
oar S Der cent. Der annum on dsnosiu foraarji
calendar month. Banking hour, ft to 4; Satur
, t w, iuu iiufl,
STfunatM. to avoid tha trouble of searching
for any article of clothing, should call on
A. Sax A Co.,
lit Seventh street.
The Mendrlsaaka Qxlatette Clab, of Deetee.
The "Christmas concerta" of the Star Course"
will, without question, be tha moat delightful of
th holiday attraction. This troupe 1 well
known topoueaa In each member talent nowhere
excelled. They hare practiced together over
thirty yeara, and their muslo may be JuaUy
styled harmonious perfection. The programme
are composed of the choicest gems, and are ren
dered more attractive by the addition of vocal
leca by the charming English songstress. Miss
dlth AbelL The hall will no doubt be well filled,
anu, aa mere i no extra cnarg tor reserved
cat, uicj auouiu oe socureq at once.
Th Natfeaal Theatre.
Chrlstmaa week bring with It at tha National
a grand holiday treat for old and young by the
prouueuon ot iiemanaei roster's new trick nan-
toinln entitled Fe-fl-fo-f urn or narlequin Jack,
th giant killer. Tharvisof th clown will be
Uken bv Mr. Foster, on of th vary bast In tb
profession. Mis Nellie Wall wUI be theeolnm-
oioe, Mr. ttooen sinitn in paautoon. and Mr.
C. L. Davla tbe harlequin.
Tbe scene of the Uge will be made still
mora attractive by tbe appearance of Professor
Davla' troupe of trained dog. They are won
derfully Intelligent animal, and afford great
mhuwhi.ui uw jvuiia, especially in to euro
act. The Francisco, slaters ami tha VmmaIi ii..
alstera, with other novelties, will add Inureat lo
mo uwHiou, neunesosj mere wui re a grand
(o-iciu-.uiu uiB.iunir, ibw on ctatuntav aiten
noon, commenciug at S o'clock.
The Theatre CesaUa.
The holiday week at tbe Theatre Comlqne will
Introduce to ua Mis Salll Mason, vocalist aod
actresa; tb Leopold Brother, fterobeU and
rymnaaU; Mile. Luna, a female gymnast; the
warren Slater, oog and danc aud sketch
artlsU: Harry Hart, Ethiopian comedian, and
Jaa. W. W. Wesley and Addle Johnson, protean
artiste, and bealdca thee, members ot the old
company whose repuutlon among ua I good.
We look for a grand gala week at tbe Comlque.
Fox any article of clothing; for youths', boys',
or child re u' wear, go to A, Sax A CO. "a,
i Seventh street.
ThbUxaim Market. There were no racatnu
of grain Saturday. Tbe only aalea were l,to
bushel of good red wheat at 91.WJ4 per bushel.
AwAanaor starr were distributed to tbe de-
crviug putiia vi tue ueurgetowu pooiic acnoou,
Friday afurnoon, by tbe truattwi, after which
th acbooU took a rtu until after tb holiday,
January , mi.
Tai coal business I now at ao end tor th sea
son. The orders now in band by the different
companies will not, In all probability, be Oiled
until next aea ju. Among th many orders are
some on account of Meaara. 8. L, Men haat A Co.,
of Nw York, for Eastern port.
Tun RJTEB. Arrived He hnanara Vnnhrxaa
from Baltimore, with 10.WT feet five eighths
rhllS hlllA .Lllnu. Vmallh. fcl-f ml-. . m..
fr.Me., wiihew.ow laibs and a,uoo picktUfor
A J, E. Llbbeyj steamer Anna Ellia, from I
nnftaclp-ala. with an usortM eanrX and cleared
for ua aam pert with 100 bbla. of flour. VKm
.TJi2nf1OTl W" o' Pnmng flown thBo-lnch
!-UK5fc.0?0.5tlD'. " PPr dUtribut.
I?! i!'7ot.vm, 21 0,Jt "" with tb is,
fafjftP ti0,, f0U "PP" tot
imelt7 & Ctt oln"' n"11"'1 " prov in.
mflctamt toiai alrnriit or any other cans, ha
"Pieted bv the eontmlora-MeMraTEni.
flperlal Teraa-Jadga Wjlle.
Thla ocmrt waa engaged aa follow SatanUyt
Poeretal. vs. Chase, Decree substituting Jaa.
Tow Its u trust to make release.
ditor m " ',rUnt ortr of '" to o-
Piahertr vt, Flaherty. Order forflnal ratifica
tion of sal.
Forrest v. Forrest. Sara order.
Tyson vs. Kaiser. Same order.
Mcuinnia ta. Berry, order ot reference to au
ditor. Stewart va. "Bright. Decree of aale.
Pepper v. Welti. Order of .reference to au
Anderson vs. Anderson. Order to report on
feasibility of partition.
Biaochard va. Blanch ard. Order "appointing
oomraiMion to make partiUon. "
rrahate Caart-Jadge Wytle.
TbU court wu engaged aa follow on Satnr-
the win of th late Barbara Lnclnda Donlnn
wa filed and fully proven, and th executor,
L, Dunlop. auallfleif. rlvlne a bond In aim
The will of the late Wm,M.SUwart, bequeatn
ngbl estate tohls wife, waa filed. ThawUlof
th late Mary & J. Dean, of Georgetown, be-
i""'"""! mi ubvw w dr en uk rrn, w a OlCd
and folly proven. Adjourned.
CriailBal Caart-Jadg MaeArthar.
TbU court wu without bust nee on Saturday.
Pelle Ceart-Jedae Haell.
This court wu engaged u follows on Saturday!
Geo. Johneon snatched a pocket-book from the
band of a ladr named Annie Jorg In the Centre
market, and Judjre sneil aent him to Jail for sixty
days. Usher A Larocque, selling liquor without
license, war flod lio. Augusu Kroeger, selU
Ing Uquor without a llcenaa, wu fined ftoo; ap
T AnalUvhaP. KawTork
och, do John W Vt rltrht, KichnVd
nvaraa. Itlfhmmul W n Or ....i. . t!iJ 4(.
i a cr.i
ot ft Bradlsr. MarrlaodMrs H KobertsAfcbd'n.Va
'".? lP,,'''Jlot. M1 Bender, Norfolk
i P MartlD. New,York M tee A Williams, do
vr r wsy, tTOTideno a l
J Howell Jenkins,
It A bowman, Lou I
Porter, New York
m m uviDirswni
ft las FOHnotwi
'D Curtis, do
uurr, n uarouiw
Jams E Hmlth,
W H (tonover, I1
1. 1) lull, dn
N Ees, Kansas City W R Idd, New York
T1 , IWUU. 4IV1T II
W W Farlra Pa
W W Far
iQeran, Nsw York
on T fl Connor. Tetaa
IVJIf (1 Vnnn Ua
if O Youmr. Ma
R A Stewart, TLoulalana
Vt m 1 odd, oungstowa
mra kiu, go
n .aipii, nicnmonq w it urensnaw. do
Jit WrbrhtfPenuarlvaulaLH Hcrnmni.do
Mrs M rfrhi, do Jas Wallace, N O
P A lUr. Troy J Falrbaukl do
Mrs Bar, d O Oirard, Wrelnla
H M MonnPhUadslphiaCol Aauat, Hi Louis
W PConnor, do PM Bake. Nsw Orlesnt
F F Wrlirht, Btoo V V. Fen ner. do
A T SchoUeld, Pa , II W Conr ad, do
Miss M BchOUeld, do
'PercTarahara.PhU Wm Wataon,noe1nnatl
ft vmr, uu oan tiran.new i
'otan BrsnTliew York
Vrnr Ell Breeee, US N
r. r fiMwo wiie, uo
unn. te. drt V U filrfk An
Wlleno,doa . tteoOFalrbsnka.Jr.Mas
(Underwood, do, . 0 11 Hill. Jr. do
Mrs Oeo Dnderwood. do MrsOlfnAl.do
II Julius Hralth. do
HnRI Hnlanian. A.t
Col Barlow. TS A
Hon J as L Orr, 8 O
It Tallsnt. Haa Frandsoo
Sterbsn lUrniond, N Y
W O if mm. dfl
IT L Leach, Nsw Tqrk A Austen, Jr.
O W Qulntard, do JodrtWiethi
J odra WlB(.heeter,Natchei
0 Hunter, do
C I Jameeun. Nsw Orleans
Mrs O I Jameson, do
Mies Jameson Aniald. do
n e. vrirr wu aaa i oarria, uu
Mrs A E Porter, do T Nlcbolls. Fhilsdsli.hla
ItoluTt Adirer.CbarleatonMUs Msrla Niobnlisldo
T Y Hlmnns, 00 Mrs F. Mr holla, du
Mrs T Y Simons, do H K Wiiiina. Chicago
Mlas lUtUe Hlnwoa, do Mrs II K Walkloa, do
Mlas Cohens, do (teo MUburn, Maine
bt, Jin m, (auaoraia.)
U II Wood ard. do
Fivd Oemye, I'a
fWPetuL New Orleans
It A Frizer, Va
ams Thoroiieont 8 O
Inward Taylor, Col
.urn, vinnuw, n ,, aitrr. ao
W H rimberlske A wf, T W UcProcUn, Wis
D B Arnold, Oeorgi WCarrf,
Jsmes O Craft, Phlla . Oen J BVlsnborn, Minn
mm vj .
O F lellln
in-uiusrr, ) tauu jit-irrn 1, aauua, UDio
rianLran. ML-k flaol
i Oeo HMcherr, PnUe
T L Keller, Baltimore
iirar, few lora
Samual E Proctor, Md M UiKrhes, Marjla
M fl Pond. Ohio It Browoler, Baltlmor
U A Petcher A wf, N T It A Bobbins, Couu
M Francisco, New York Oeo Cooper, New York
Jss OTJonnell, MlchWsn F O Moletor, Nsw York
W B Lawrenoe, HI ill Lawrence, It I
AOsksmlth.NO . Semi Oeiser k wf, Md
C L Clawsou, Blehmond
ltvlllsH M I
Two-TlAt Old Bora, w
Three-jear old boys, ran
Four-year old boya, fit
Five-year old boy, anv
Six-year old hoys, man.
Seven-year old boya, youth,
KlfbUyear old boys, boy,
NLnc-year old boy, or
Ten-year old boy. child
Eleven-year old boya, who
Twelve-year old boya, t
Thirteen-year old boy. not
In fact, boya of any ace ran be Deformed,
fitted at our establishment. A. Baku A Co.
A. Sab A Co., II
IK Seventh atreet. Seventh at.
'Black PorBLa-aaiAano Faoci Coats;
Black Double-breaalod Cuuway Coats;
Black Kin ale-breasted Cuuway Coats;
Black Full Dreaa or Swallow-tail Coat; at
Kuan am k Btto.
COS taventn atrt. three door above K.
For Laui Mm. We bay Just received a
large line of fine Overcoat, from 4ito4sloch
breast ineaiure. A. sax A Co.,
til Seventh street.
Wa aaa CLoaiNd oot Overcoat much below our
regular price. Kisbiun a Bro.,
boo seventh atreet, three door above K.
A. Sua A Co.,
SIS Seventh Btreet.
Exduaa Womtxd coats and ViaTB, donbte
hreaatod frocka and sacks, diagonal andatialght
ribbed, for men and youths, at
Eunf am k Bro..
sob Seventh street, three door above B.
Firrr mora of those elegant olive brown Ker
Bey Overcoata, at twenty. fly dollar, are among
th new good offered to-day at
A. Bam A Co, a, in Seventh atreet.
Haw lie M aae Ilia Meaty.
Tbe late Samuel N. Pike left. It la believed,
about ta,ooo,ouo in New York, Cincinnati, (where
be baa a very large property, New Jersey, and
In many Western distilleries, u well aa In a mine
or two In Utah. There are four children to
divide thl Immenae property, two of whom are
married. Tbe whole of In! great property baa
been acquired within tha laat twelve or nttean
year, and tbe bulk of it apning from tb IS tax
which Congrea levied on whisky, when Mr,
Pike bad immense atorea of It on hand.
M r. Pike bad a genlna for building opera-houses,
and be waa contemplating another on Broadway,
comer Twenty-third atreet. on bis valuable landed
Eropertr there, when ha died. Tbe plan abow
ii to be on of th moat beautiful opera-bonsea
In th world, and Ua lo of It to tha aitv will be
the loss of a work of art, aa wall aa ot an opera
u whw v "ri iwvh ywuwii m in cut, air,
Plk admitted that hi opera-house. Eighth ave
Plk admitted that hi opera-house, Eighth ave
nue, corner Twenty-third atreet, waa a mistake.
He observed tb great number of people ever
nue, corner Twenty-third atreet, waa a mistake.
ymmm.ai tuviv, uiu rvaeuneii, numerically or
naibeinatlcaily.that they would 011 an opera
house; but be jH not reason on the harmonies of
the locality, and he oon found matheuiatlca and
mnsic wen not boon companion in that location.
air. rim uoweat auventur was. peruana,
on tbe New Jersey meadnwa. hack of Newark
Sam Swartwout, thirty-odd yeara ago, when col-
iwiur i me (wrt, neu a loreaigntui ineiutur
value of thla great property, but Swartwout waa
thirty yeara ahead af time. Plk himself did not
expect to receive any return from hia Investment
tor ten or twenty year; but before be died
money began to com In from very unexpected
quarters. The Pennsylvania Central railroad and
the New Jersey Central railroad both needed
great depot for rare, e and they have bought
them there, at a eoat of Ai,uoo per acre, for which
Pike paid only from 110 to 140 pcracre. Pike ex
pended upon thl property over ti.ooo.ouo. Th
dyking of It cost him ldoo.uout and hi bill for Iron
Elate to fence off th rata from eating through
I dykes wa an normoua bill. But th prop
erty I turning out to be worth tripi what he
paid for it, what wa bought by the acre li
about to he sold by the foot aud th Inch.
The opera house, Twentv.ib.rd street and
Eighth avenue, 1 In a bad war. The Erie rail
road dont want It, and cant afford to keep it:
and tbe running of It aa an 'opera'1 la a bib ol
expense. Tber are nearly $3uu,uuo du on It, on
mortgage; and aa the Flak estate, or whoever
own It, ha ceased to pay tb Interest uo the
mortgage. Pike, ehortlv before hia death, ordered
tbe mortgage to be foreclosed, and Ui foreclosure
Thus, w aee, that tha career of Mr, Pike,
though on of th many of our vary extra
ordinary countrymen la yet very extraordinary.
Born bumblv. and In Door clcninatanjuta. ha ia.
hort time amassed an Immense fortune, and
wajlncreaalng-it beyond all calculation when
be ao auddeniy died JV, Y. Ktprtu.
TBI New York tltrmld describes as "a lnai art"
to that rlty, 'the repression of rlm by suspen
sion of th criminal.- '
tUJCHKATKIl J n . -Anaf
DAft liiuibs liiCi foonoin ii, pAnia.
EHtZ.k!JUU' i '" I" tat Clnat,
UO r..u,lt.al. Arc...
NKW rRDITI. NUTS. fc&.
PEESERVES & JELLIES
IS OREAT TARir.TV.
lAHOO PEPPFR BAfJCK,
COS Pesutsrlvaala Avraae, apposite Metre
JfJlLai Hate I. dflMl
1 frMh, .od In. from ao, coloring.
looo ii Vine rhkilra HiiTrmK,
11. OIIOOOLASlKlfe"" "'1
unwrniiunrnv. .. JMfR!! I" I"""'-
.!!.- . nmml
ljooiu. unu no:
w MnU p lb., 14b, boiM , 1 M,
,bo bon vna v AUTf, jr.i.
Mil AI.UUM fHUl
t.rolr nrllf. not
fid kxIan U 7, ClilK'ALAliH;
nicnUonnL it low prlM.
LM11U. SOFTHKLl. ALVONf.
t lb, tulied for 9,1
OHAMUEA and LEMONS.
Just received from Dundee, Scotland -BOO
14b. Jar MARMALADE.
Just received from Oordon Ml worth, 60 ease of
their celebrated I'llESkUV tS-il different kluda.
100 do, dlsnvmd brant
L diamond brand CQRELEHS TOMATOES.
l Wl ITK and YELLOW paACUL&
U F1UIF8T CITYlNUN. mK,u'A
Every vsrlet j of canned iroods la store, at low prtcee,
100 tins HTU1KO BEANS.
100 bbls PRIME NEW YORK APPLE.
Vv uiuuni nun r. yi i
pbfls l'HIME POT A I OLH.
la. illUKORY HUTS.
so ooia. P
ItKAD T1IIH PU1CB MMT.
Cart lUaneba, fiusrt. W pints, 9l
Dry WUW , quart-, $: i-lnU. i) .
guarts, iier botUe, 91K;.pLita, tlM.
Q. If. MUMM.
Dry Verseney, gnsrts, fM; jHnU, fM,
gusrla, ir LotUe, aU; plble. 1JL
Extra Dry, 1 more ier nts,
Uuarta, per buUle, t; pints, 1 a
uarta, ier buUle, U0; 4nta. .
ttlwrauLt ' MONTEbU5-J, it elpiaily
t., -a1".0 Da VINAYILLE.
This wine la proouunoed by Jodirrs equal to any
CbatnwNrne imwirted, and aa we reoelv It frwa ink
porter's airent direct we are enabled to eeU It at the
followlnir nry low prices i
Carte Blanche, i uarta, 3&.ttt ptnU, ttT ta,
y,rK ler botUe, alei; 4uts, l o.
Pry HlUery, qnsrta,iL: -1dU. f.3&.
Quarts, r botUe, (tuft; plnu, Lift.
SPiSMJ iSi-aSK"" COMP4MT
WHISKY. SaWWd. : b : f
OAFF. - ii; - jt
AU,.Ji.TAHOARp.BRANP8 OF IMPORTED
i AT HKW YOHK PPJCFa PBLM-
niamrmK. aVpiji beandt.
0. 0. CORNWELL & SONS.
1418 PKNN8YLYANIA ATENVE,
Oppaelle trillard'a I lei el.
PURE CIDEIt VINEGAR,
Spices, &c, for Pickling,
A NEW 10T OF THE FN EST 00L0N0
TEA I HAVE EVER SEEN.
N. W. BUECHELL,
A CnEAP as they can be booahl lu the City,
Call and eiaulne Oood and Prior.
C1IAULK8 A. APPUL,
B.1fJ tfOuroar Thirteenth and F streets N. W
Jos. T.K. Plant,
ntlTAUV tauuo ANU junticb op
CMlMlmar f Dxb r.r lb. Himm u4
IN Till StTPRKIIROnURTO? TITK DISTRICT
W J. TU IUU DA 0 DEollI.
J H. tm IquKj CocIm ,t
AUU MOROCCO IIF.T.Ta.
izfffitWts mwn ..
lAlUIrlE." AND UW1 ItlMfri iivrt'fl-i:
ENGLISH rTCKLFnAWD "AtTCM,
II . Ivni. 1 .1 ..
QLOAKSI Fl'US It
EVENINO DHESS OOOM.
TADI.K DAMANK, NAPK.
PltLIT CIJIT11H, U I.XG CLOTB.
LAH0B STOCK OF LACK CURTAINS.
K1W OOODS RECEIVED DAILT TH01C TnB
aaj-. aV 1US.LUHS Ur IHIIIABUn,
Maaralac Claaae la all Ihe beet aaalttlee.
JOHN T. MITOHELL,
031 I'miiiaylvniiln n-ro.
AMUSEMENTS. LECTURES, k
1 C, I 11 It
? Ti I N-lUerielLI Hmlth.
iiown. Harlequin. Oolumbina Pantalmin.
AXD III. -5SSiS8 fA'TED DOOSi
Tb PeanUrul and Ts anted Little Children.
THE FUffNCH IWItJ HIS1 KKf
n- --fi?mo,tilnjr to fnnilah
DELI OUT FiJL FEAST OF AUUSXUEMT.
, and secure seal la advance.
w ,HONT)AT.peeember IW.
der-JMUT" MU 6'011 ti&bAVLT.
WASHINOTON THEATRE COMIQUB,
(ElsrwUi street, south Pennsylvania Vrmaat
IM1 wsas!,i?Rifar --
-. v. L. M, HI-ls: MASON.
Th Dashing Actreea, ocallst, and SoubretU.
THE X.OPOM IlllOTIirilM, "
sun s.i.ui'ui.11 llItUTIIHHil,
Mrr8aT """ ?&..
1MK WAllltKN BInVlJlM,
t .&?& l??..104' nd Hk.trh A At.U.
llAItux HAltT, flAHItV IIAltT
JAR. W . WEHLEtr . aLdiK WlIMOH.
CWcUt nd HoU.ii Artlrt
orano nimnTUAa uatinee.
IIODIKON CllljNnRAMU IIIH MAN
r.mii, .u, .iDv,WM SSSK
ltm ronr-.nJ.tJf .aa tint .iu. '
inn DAYAjtiAM ilTrAMiHT moiiiixt,
n u, ei i ju o'cioca, at the above ball
t o'clock p. tn.
DECEMBEIt a AND M.
MENnKIAMOHN qCITtTETTK CI. LI I,
IX TWO ORAND COXCFRTH.
Th following artist will apear
Assisted by the followliur voeallal ,
HISS EDITH ABELL.
- V; " r"nre ior erreu aeaia Tor aale at VT.
Q. Metaerutt's on and alter the WUw
r8easou t Irk eta Grand Star Conr are ood foe
the oouoert of tbe Mh only. deciaiw
IAHUIU'HUALLKIIV OP PINK AUTfl,
Kemoved from Ko. ISM lo Na US Pennsyvanla eve.
r0?frw.w.hibltto!? n'5Tor,nUr" eoHeetlon
of OU Paliitliurs, LmrrsHiiKa, Chroniua, lironam.
II. H. IIAHLOW.
poll .1IOUNT TLKNON.
Tli. Unun.r innowTiT.H.Io Fr.nk Ilnllliu.
ber iTM.nl owu.n, will .r.ti,rwb.r?,
FOOT OT SEVENTH STI1KET.
DAILT, (Buadsr. ,sr.iHt.l 1 AT UTtrcLOCE. TOE
.. - t .Junun'i kasqK,
(Tb. Tomb ft Vi ublnoa.) .ud Int,mMl!.t. I.nd.
"Ctik- J1UM HIKU,
Hl Otu. Bnpt bK.m,r Arrow.
A. S. PRATT & SON,
Oflloo ooriioi- IVlntli nml
OflVr Ab..lnt. ttrrarllr la th. r.U.wln.
Ktr. I.,.r.f C.iu,..lr i
II 0 M E ,
Ol' Now Yorlt,
INSURANCE COMPANY OF
ORdAMZED A. D. 17H
Or Ui-ooldyn, IV. Y.,
! a,oua, ii
TbM. Btrotur 014 0oniiul(.rrMin0r wrttb
Umllr.l Cblewo iMmud tb.ru. Jul
j.. r," . ufwq imtm now. i ne
wUI Pay Every Dollsr of Loss, aod Mm out of this
A. S. Pratt & Son.
710 B Mnn, O.pli. pM omr. Ilrpui.
3 V Hirc.l.
J)Ul'(Mill ti PKII OeSt
Tns rnioE or cose.
rOB A IJHITED TIME.
Ord.n 1.11 .1 tb.
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