THE NATIONAL .REPUBLICAN : SATURDAY MOKNING. JANUAlll 9. 18.
THE POLYGAMY BILL PASSES
ONLY SEVEN NKOAT1VK VOTES IS THD
A Lively Dcbnto on tho Fomato Dis
franchisement Clmiso Woman Huf
frnglsta ."Unite, n Itocoril Without
rrltlnn tlio Mcnsnro Whitt tho Hilt
When tho Senate met yesterday tUo chair
lolil before tho eight senators present a
resolution of tho Now York protluoo ex
change, asking Congress to nuke liberal
provision for tho signal service, and nobody
objecting, tho resolution was appropriately
referred. Senator Eustls then aroso and
offered a resolution, which was referred to
tho flnanco committee, Involving the very
radical proposition of Instructing tho Bccra'
tary of tho Treasury to pay tho February
bond pall In silver dollars. By this tlmo a
dozen or mors senators had put In an ap
pearance, and Senator Ingalls had no dim
Unity In getting them all to consent that
when tbo Bcnato adjourned It should bo
until noon of Monday.
..Senator Harrison then took tho floor and
slated that ho had changed tho text of Sen.
ator Voorliccs' resolution providing for an
Investigation of tho pension ofllco In such
a manner that ho thought would elicit tho
approval and consent of his colleague. A
ronferenco between tho two Iloosler son
Mors ensued, tho result being that It was
greed that tho resolution should go over
Mr. Van Avyck's resolution calling on thd
Metropolitan Street Hallroad Company for
n statement of Its receipts and oxpomllturcs
then camo up, whereupon Mr. l'lumb of
fered a substltuto requiring tho District
committee to call upon all tho Washington
street railway companies for such reports
as tho law requires of them, and to ascer
tain why such reports havo not bcon made.
'I ho substltuto was adopted, after It had
been extended so as to embrace what steps
nro necessary to compel tho roads to adopt
tho most approved modern stylo of rails,
traction power, and car acconimodatlons.
A dcbnto then followed on n bill for the
relief of ono of tbo sureties of a secretary
of tho territory of Arizona, who had inailo
expenditures which tho Treasury Depart
ment bad disallowed, suit having been
hrought against tho surety on behalf of tho
government nearly sixteen years after tho
, A rather Interesting debate, followed, In
wuvvi .Messrs. Harris, Hoar, uawioy, .Man
tlcreon, Voorliccs, and others enoko lor tho
hill, on tbo ground that thcro bad been no
default on tho part of thooOlccr, tho money
having been expended In good faith, but
tho expenditures dlsallowod by tho depart
ment. Notwithstanding the dlsallowanco,
however, tho Treasury Department hail
taken no action for fourteen years, and
mcanwhllo one of the sureties had bocomo
Insolvent. Tbo advocates of tho bill
claimed that tho government had bcon
guilty of laches In asserting Its claim,
wen were tho claim ono thai
on Its merits entitled tbo government
to osscrtlt. Tho fact that tho government
permitted no statuto of limitations to run
sgalnst It In matters of claims was com
mented on, especially by Messrs. Hawlcy
nnd Mandcrsou tho latter senator express
ing tbo belief that a failure by tho govern
ment to assert Its claims w Ituln a period of
fivo years should estop It from assorting
the claims hereafter against the sureties of
a government defaulter.
Mr. Hawlcy, too, expressed tho bailor
that Congress should provldo somo means
by which a private citizen could suo tho
f;ovcrnmcnt In proper cases. Ho thought
t a great wrong upon citizens that thoy
should bo without redress In cases of meri
torious claims against tho government.
Mr. Morrill and Mr. Dolph opposed the
bill on tho ground that It was a uangorous
precedent to set, and would cxposo tho
government to multitudinous claims.
On tbo suggestion of Mr. Edmunds, at 2
o'clock, tho bill went over ono day, and tho
Utah bill was taken up, and Us considera
tion proceeded with.
Mr. Edmunds created somo merriment on
rising to speak on ono of tho amendments
offered yesterday. Looking about him,
nnd finding comparatively tow Republicans
In their scats, ho said:
"As hardly any of tho 'friends of human
liberty' aro fn tho Senate, I vt HI address my
self to tho 'reform' men."
After somo dobato Mr, Brown's amend
ment, offered yesterday, which was to srlko
out the words that would compel tho law
ful husband or wife of tho accused to testify
Vf as rejected 'yeas II, nays -13' and Jtbo
compulsory provision was tbcreforo ro-
isinca in mo mil. ,.
Mr. Morcan saw no authority In Congress
to appoint trustees to manago a church
business. Ho characterized such trustees
us "mugwump Mormons." They would bo
occupied necessarily, ho said, In promoting
Mormonlsm as ho interpreted tbo bill un
der consideration for they were to oxorclso
all tho powers granted by tho territorial
laws creating tho corporation.
Sir. Edmunds replied that thoy had noth
ing whatever to do with church matters or
matters of faith, but only with proporty;
to eeo that tho church moneys, which wero
enormous, wero not applied to tho propa-
?at!on lot polygamy. Not ono-nuartor of
be Mormons, as Mr. Edmunds understood,
believed In polygamy.
Mr. Teller Inquired It thoMormon Church
tnonoTs wore now applied Illegally that Is,
In violation of the emitter ol 'that church!
Sir, Edmunds replied that ho 'believed
Mr. Teller asked how;
Mr. Edmunds answered : "Thoy ore used
for tho purposo of Inducing and securing
Immigration that may contribute to the
lusts of those vagabonds."
As the bill was about to bo brought to a
Vote, Mr, Morgan said Its friends seemed
determined to press It without giving Its
opponents a chance to study It. Ho again
Impaired as to the salaries which tho com
missioners wero to havo. Ho did not want to
send fourtcccn men out to Utah to "loot"
tho Mormou Church. Ho had announced
his determination to wlpo this church out
and leayo nothing of It nut u name and an
unholy memory, bnt had bcon met by a
1 proposition In -tills bill to perpetuate the
While Ilia bill was on the final passago
Sir. Van Wyclceiideavorod to fix tho duties
' of tho proposed fourteen trustees upon tho
members of, tbo present Utah commission,
but ho was ruled out of order. Ha askod
Sir. Edmunds whether ho had any objection
to such an amendment, to which tho senator
answered that ho had.
The bill having been brought to a vote
was passed yeas 88, nays 7 as follows :
Ynss. Messrs. Allison. Heck. Ilerry, Chaco,
Coekrcll, Coke. Colquitt, Conger, Cullam,
Dawes, Dolph, Edmunds, Eustls, Krafts, Fryo,
CIcorEd llama, IlarrlMjn, Hawlcy, Ingalls,
Jackson, LoRau, McMillan, Manderson, Mnicey,
Mitchell (I'o.), Jlnrrlll. Palmer, I'ayne, I'laft,
I'UEh.SaHyor.ehcrman, Bpowcr, Van Wyelc,
Walthall, Wilson (Iowa), and Wilson (JM.V-M.
,N1B, Hlnlr, Call,, (lluson, Hampton, Hoar,
Morcan, and Vauco 7.
Sir. Hoar, explaining his vote, said ho
voted against tho bill only bocauso of the
section disfranchising wpmou; hat oven
with that section n, "lio wpuld havo voted
for the bill had his vote becu necessary to
The Ecuuto then, at B-.GO p. in., on motion
of Sir. Edmunds, adjourned till Monday
Tito Anti-Mormon 11111.
The Utah bill as passed by tho Senato Is
substantially tho samo as when reported
from the committee on Dec. SI and pub
lished in tho National RcruiiuoAN of
Dec. S3. The only clmngo of consequence
is tho addition of a section doclarlng mar
riages Incestuous that aro contracted bo.
tnecu persons within and not Including tho
fourth degree of consanguinity.
The main features of the bill aro as fol
lows : It makes tho lawfnl husband or
wlfo of thopcrson accused of bigamy acorn-
?ctcnt witness, who may be compelled to
estify without tho consent of tho wife or
husband, as the case may bo. An attach
ment may bo Issuod for a witness without
previous subpoena when there Is reasonable
Eround to bcllovo that a subpama would
not J") offectlvo. Every marrlago shall bo
certified to In writing by the parties con
cerned, Including tho priest. Women nro
piohlblted from voting In the territory. All
laws recognizing Illegitimate children aro
annulled. The territorial laws providing
that prosecutions for adultory can bo corrf
menccd only on tho complaint of the
husband or wife are annulled. Tbo territo
rial laws creating and continuing Mormon
Church corporation aro annulled, and the
1'rcsldent Is to appoint (by and with tho
advleo of tho Senate) fourteen trustees to
manago tho property and business of the
corporation, and tho Attorney General Is
ordered to Instlttito proceedings to forfeit
and escheat all property acquired
by tho corporation In contravention of tho
United States laws, tbo escheated property
to bo then sold, and tho proceeds devoted
to common school purposes Inthatcrrltory,
but no building Is to bo forfeited that Is
used exclusively for worship. All Immi
gration companies or organizations created
by the territorial government aro abollshod,
and tbo Attorney llcneral Is to taka steps to
havo the Emigrating Fund Company wound
up. The existing election districts of Utah
aro abolished, nnu new ones that will glvo
tho people equal representation aro to bo
marked out. Marriages between persons
within and not Including the fourth degreo
of consanguinity aro declared Incestuous.
Adultery is tmnlshablo by Imprisonment In
tho penitentiary not exceeding three, yean.
Tbo ofllco of district school superintendent
Is declared vacant, and tho conrt Is directed
to fill tho vacancy.
THE WOMEN AND TUB WAH.
A Northern Nurso Tolls Wlioro tho
Heroines Woro nml Wero Not.
I may bo classed by tho heroines men
tlontd In tho llnrunucAN of tho
18th of Dicembcr, 1835, among tho
bloody shirt writers. Wo army
nurses who began our work on
tbo day Sumter was fired upon, and con
tinued It until our soldiers wero sent homo,
saw enough of thatgarmont, not to bo in
uio least aiarmcu a. monamo or ono in
these latter days.
We, tho loyal army nurses, did not leavo
our quiet homes in tho north because wo
hated the south or tho people there, but be
cause wo loved the grand old Hag and our
country moro than wo did our homes.
I do not call any woman that rode with
Stuart or Forrest a bravo heroine, but tho
woman who ministered to tho sick and
wounded aro oucs nlono entitled to thoso
names. A fow days beforo tho second bat
tlo of Hull Itun, In August, 1803, thcro was
a skirmish near Kettlo Itun, not far from
llrlstow station: wo left our camp, near
Warrcnton, tho day of tlio battlo, about
dark the soldiers left In tho morning. I,
with tho man left with mo In chargo of our
hospital stores, aud somo others not ablo to
march with tbo soldiers, traveled all night
on tho railroad, that dark night so ottou
spoken of as I tho night Fltz-John 1'ortcr
could not march and I never blamod him,
Just beforo morning wo reached Kettlo
Itun bridge. That was destroyed, and wo
waited for daylight to sco our way across.
Near by wo found a few woundod mon,
nnu wero toiu our surgeons wero a. uns
tow station, at a house, whero tho wounded
were carried. On going forward wo .soon
heard calls for help nnd fearful groans, and
going In tho direction ot tho sounds wo
found tho field wbcro tho dead and wounded
rebels wero left. Tbo men wero moving
them oft as fast as they could, but somo
wero badly wounded, with tho dead lying
across them, and thero they had lain fUtcen
hours or moro. Where wero tho bravo
heroines f I staid thcro, and with tho assist
ance of some fccblo soldiers who followed
mo to tho field, moved them, nnd got them
tbo drink of water they had suffered so
much for. After they wero all moved wo
went on to llrlstow station, whero wo found
our surgeons and a houso full ot wounded
rebel soldiers. Thcv exclaimed. "Wo nro so
glad you havo come, for no t oven a cup of tea
orcoff co could wegct, though wo havoplcnty
of It that wo found In the storo room."
The hcroino ot that house, with tho assist
ance of her servants, was packing her
trunks to go away from her own people,
without even allowing her servants to gtvo
them a cup of tea. But wo soon did that,
and I bad n good half dozen of her sheets
In strips for bandages.
A southern surgeon said to mo : "If our
women would tako the Interest in the sick
and wounded that yours do, thcro would not
bo so much suHcrlug," and when our sur-
Scons were ordered forward ho beggod
lera to leavo mo to assist them. I staid
and worked all that day and night for them,
although thcro was not a wounded Union
Tho next morning tho doctor told mo
their folks wero coming In, and I need not
fear I should bo sent through tho lines nt
any tlmo I wished to go. llutl did sot wait
for them to come, nud soon found another
field for labor, ot tbo old Wcaro House,whcro
the men of King's division wero taken.
From thcro I went on to tho Hull Run
battle, was a prisoner at Controvlllo, whero
I staid with tho wounded. Not ono woman
thcro gave me a cup of cold water, ovon.
Probably many of Stuart's or Forrest's
brave women wero there, for tho colored
pcoplo begged mo to get away, saying, "tho
women wanted somo one to snoot that
Yankeo nurse," but the soldiers treated
mo with kindness.
Thewrlterof that artldo says: "Tho malo
nurses wero the most unfeeling animals In
tho world." That might havo been truo on
his side, but not with us. One thing I saw
after tho battle of Gettysburg mokes mo
tblnk It was true. Tho wounded were moved
back from tbo field a short distance, and at
one place near tbo creek was a small houso
and a Pennsylvania barn both woro full of
wounded. Our corps hospital was near
there. Wednesday, alter tho battle, I wont
over and found near tho born In a cow ynrd,
without shelter pr shade, about twenty
badly-wounded rebel soldiers. They told mo
their wounds had not been, dressed, and they
were suffering for water. I filled ilielr can
teens ana found their men that had volun
teered to stay and'tako care ot them stand
ing around, smoking and talking war. I
'asked them wjiy they did not look after
their men, .Thoy replied: "Wo aro prison
ers, nd not obliged to do the work." Al
though I had more than I could do at our
hospital, I went cTcry day and worked an
hour for those mon until thoy wero pnt lu
test and tho Sisters of Charity came to
take care of 'tbem.
I agree with St r. Sfurray that .tbo Sisters'
of Charity did a good work, but no hotter
than tho Protestant nurses. In all my ex
perience I never heard ot a nurse aiklnga
sick or wounded soldier what his religion
was, whore be camo from, or what was tho
color of his skin, When brouzht in from
the bottle fields, covered with blood. It was
hard to tell whether they wero black or
white until washed. Many tlmos havo wo
sent for a priest when a Catholic soldier
asked for blm, and not always In daylight,
but at all hours of tbo night.
In my four years and eight months on
tbo field, among thoi sick and wouudod, I
novcr met ono southern woman that I
could call a lierolotv or even brave. Hatred
aud bravery araas different as night and a
sunny day. All they did was because thoy
thoroughly hated tho Yankees. Thoy
thought wo wero not their equals i but wo
wero mora than their equals lu everything
but cruelty and hatred, but that was uot so
much their fault. I never rccolvcd a kind
ness but from ono southern white family
during tho war, and that was at Alexan
dria, va. AN Es-Amrv Nunsc.
IlcporU or I.nnd Grunt IlulIromU.
Tho St. l'aul, Minneapolis and Maultoba
Hallroad Company bnvlnc; taken thoposltlon
that tbo road does not como within tho
spirit and languogoot tho act of Juno 0,
1878, which requires a system of reports
from the so-called land trrant roads, for tlio
reason that the government made Its grant
of land In this coso through the stato or
territorial government, Mr, Montgomery,
tho assistant attorney general for tho In
terior Department, has decided that with
out doubt the statuto applies to all compa
nies, corporations, or Individuals which ura
the owners of railroads that have bcou
built In wholo or In part upon tho credit or
by tbo old ot subsidies in either bonds or
lands ot tho United States, whether such
credit was loaned or such subsidies given
directly to the builders or first proprietors
of such roads or to their predecessors lu
Donirallo Steel for Ilefcnsos.
At a meeting ot tbo Senato committee on
coast defenses yesterday tbo two bills Intro
duced by Senator Cameron, to encourage
tho manufacture of steel for modorn ord
nance, armor, nnd other military and naval
purposes, and to provldo heavy orduanco
adapted to modorn army and naval warfare,
wero taken up, and after some considera
tion were referred to Senator Hawlcy as a
subcommittee. Tlio committee also In
structed its chairman Senator Dolph to
submit it report recommending tho printing
of tho report of Capt. lllxby on tho soa
coast formications In Kurope.
Oreoly on tho Amethyst Quest,
Lieut. Qrecly said yesterday that tho
revcuuo steamer Hush, In his opinion,
wonld be ablo to reach llchrlng's sea
without dlfllculty to rescue the crew of the
Amethyst If they are where supposed.
THE IIENDIUCKS MONUMENT.
Sleeting of Indlanlnns to Inaugurate a
Tumi In this City.
A meeting was hold at Wlllard's Hotel
list night of Indlanlans lu tho city, and
half a dozen of tho congressional delega
tion wero present. The meeting was called
to devlso somo way ot raising funds for the
proposed monument to bo erected at In
dianapolis In memory of Vlco President
Hendricks. A committee, consisting of Col,
Dalton, of tho Houso postofflco; Judge
Nlcklc, ot tho PostofTico Department; 0.
II. Faulkner, of tho pension ofncoi Third
Auditor Williams, and Capt. T. it. McKco,
of tho Senato document room, was ap
pointed to sea tho Indiana pcoplo In tbo
city and start tho subscription list.
now Two Senators round Felicity.
The chaplain of the Senato had con.
eluded an eloquent and Instructive prayer
nnd the clerk was reading tho Journal In a
deep, rich, unctuous tone, when tho sonlor
senator from Alaska roso majestically In
his placo and moved, at solemn nnd digni
fied pace, across tho chamber to tho seat
occupied by his honored friend, tbo Junior
senator from Now Mexico, who, unconscious
of all sublunary things, was taking a soul
bath lu the latest lyric marvel of Mrs.
John A. Wilcox, with editorial annota
tions by Col. Ella Wheeler Joyce.
Tho senior senator from Alaska
K"anccd nt tho open book lying on
odesk beforo his honored friend, tbo
junior senator irom now .moxico, nnd a
emtio of admiration Illumined his rubicund
aud well-shaven countenance. "Too cruel
to Interrupt such bliss," muttered tho sen
ior senator from Alaska, "hut I have that
which will moro than mako amends," and
ho gently Jogged tho elbow of tho wrapt
enthusiast. Iho Junior senator from Now
Mexico moved not nor gavoovldenco of con
sciousness till tho Jogging had been thrlco
repeated with Increasing emphasis; then,
with a dazed, faraway look in his deep
brown eyes, ho turned bis faco toward tbo
Jogger. "Ills come," said tho latter; "go with
mo to my committee room and let us
Join lu sampling It beforo tho moro
serious nnd weighty labors of tho day
begin." Up roso tho rising statesman from
Now Sfcxlco, and tho twain, locking arms,
moved grandly through tbo door, and,
ascending tho white marblo stairway,
turned to the left, nnd wero soou lost to
view behind tho heavy doors of n comtntt
tco room. What, was It that had "come?"
What was It that kept tho senior senator
from Alaska and tbo Junior senator from
New Mexico In that room until dewy ovo 7
Header, It was acaso of "Morlzct Sec," tho
first that had over been socu Insldo tho
capltol. But the famo of this Incomparable
wine has now gono out through all tho land,
nnd thousands of statesmen now enjoy such
felicity as, on that eventful day, camo to tbo
senior senator from Alaska and tho Junior
senator from Now Mexico.
The President's Jtecontlnn.
There wero nearly 300 pcoplo at tho
President's reception yestorday, most of
whom were strangers hero to sco tho sights.
The President appeared in tho oast room
promptly on tlmo, and within tea minutes
had disposed of tho cntlro crowd. Among
tho latter wero several members of tho
Boston Ideal Opera Company who called
and paid their resnects. Invltlnir tho Presi
dent to attend ono of their performances.
Among tbo President's prlvoto callers wero
Secretory Lamar, Attorney General Gar
land, Senators Cockroll, Wilson, of Mary
laud, and Gibson; Representatives Scott,
Joseph, Colo, Mnrphy, Frederick, Hall,
Dorscy. Eden, Davidson, Florida; Matson,
Randall, Walt, Curtln, and Steele; ex-Rep-rcscntntlvcs
Hurd, Parrel), and Eaton; A.
J. Dorn, of Texas; E, W Evons nnd Geo.
F. Wilson, New Jersey; Geo. F. Trucll, of
New York; F. SI. Darby, of Baltimore, nnd
J. II. Bellman, collector internal revenue
for tho district of Maryland.
When tho Mexican War Ended.
Tho second comptroller of tho treasury
has decided that Oliver nnyward, Into ser
geant Sd United States artillery, la entitled
to the three months' oxtra pay allowed to
Buiuicronuu ncrvcu m moiioxican war,
Tho comptroller holds that tho war with
Slextco ended Slay SO, VU8, whou rattnea
tlons ot the treaty with Gnodalupe Hidalgo
wero exchanged, and not as berctoforo
held on July tl, 1818, tho data on which tho
War Deportment made olllclnl announce
ment of tho samo. Under this ruling' all
soldiers who served In that war aud wero
not discharged until after May SO aro en
titled to tho benefits of tbo acts ot July 10,
1848, nnd Feb. JO, 1870.
Ulorrls Tlioinas'n Answer.
Tho answer of Morris A. Thomas, who
was appointed an Indian Inspector by tho
President at tho request of Senator Gorman,
to tbo charges preferred against him by
somo citizens of Maryland, has been filed
at tho Interior Department. Thomas denies
tho allegations concerning his political
reputation and tbo charges of fraudulent
conduct while a member of tho firm of
Thomas & Son. Tho papers In tho coso will
bo sent to tho Senato committee on Indian
aflalrs, which has his nomination In chargo
for Investigation. A great deal of interest
Is taken In this caso bvSIanland neonlo.
L and there are several protests against tho
cuaurmaiiun oi xiiomos.
A. Successor for Ocn. Swnlm.
It is rumored In army circles that tho
President will shortly recommend to Con
gress the passago of a bill authorizing him
to fill tho ofllco of ludgo advocate general
of tho army at onco. Con. Swalm, who
formerly held that ofllco. was sentenced by
court-martial to suspension for twclvo
yearn, at tho end ot which period ho will
ho placed on the retired list. It is said
that tho President desires to fill tho ofllco,
but Is uncertain as to his powers In tho
premises. A plan has been suggested that
bo nominate n person for tho ofllco and let
tba Senate pass on tho legal Miestlous at
i ' i
Tho postal telegraph hill Introduced by
Senator Dawes comprfjerfauhstanti'ally, tho
first tcn.sccUcms of, tba hill re'p'rted by
SenalorillUIrom the. committee on thapost
ofilcoond postroads during tho last Con
gress , It provides for, tho establishment of
telegroph olllees lu all postolllccs' and for
tbo transmission of telegrams by contract
with existing lines. Hates nro fixed at 25
cents for SOO miles, and 0 cents addltloal
f6r,0Ycry additional 350 miles, for twenty
word messages, provided that no rate bo all
exceed 70 cents. Tho provisions ot tho Hill
bill for tho purchose of dxlstlug lines or.tlio
construction of now ones aro stricken out.
i i i ,
Tho luicr-MrIokon Prison,
A report from tho superintendent ot tho
Albany" penitentiary states that, !to,lJab. fi
ttiere, were, between sixty and tioVonty
prisoners sick, and1 had been eleven deaths
from tbo epidemic of typhoid fever, which
appeared there tome tlmu ago. The disease
Is coufiucd to tho portion of tho penitentiary
occupied by short-term prisoners. United
States prisoners havo uot been exposed, ex.
cept two, who aro employed as atoword and
assistant. Tho physicians bcllovo they now
havo tho dlseaso under control,
GitlvuiiUui I u l'urnlysln,
Dr. Nicholson, clectro-thcrapcutlst, 1005
F street northwest, reports a case ot parol,
yels ot the right side, with anaesthesia ot
the left, from cerebral hemorrhage, cured
by electricity, lly galvanizing tbo cerebral
vessels, and sympathetic absorption ot tho
clot was produced whllo uudcr faradiza
tion, tho suffering muscles tapldly regained
their normal tono and strength. This pa
tient Is well and hearty, und can be seen by
calling on the doctor for his address.
nowuttcD Distal Association, 211 Four,
and-u-half street northwest, three doors north
of Pennsylvania avenun. E. 1'. Howland, M.
1).,U. II. Howland, D. I). S and Robert W.
Talhfltt, surgical, operative, and mechanical
dentist. Extractions, under nitrous oxldo, 60
cents each tooth, and only 60 rents extra for
cas, whether ono or a number of teeth am ox.
trailed at tho same sitting. Havo administered
nitrous oxide to over 40,000 persons. Artlncal
teeth t7 per set. Gold, amalgam, and whlto
fillings Inserted In tho best manner. All work
warranted first class.
''Atnmmitrt Dairy! Waoons." rrcsh Alder,
ney Duller churned every morning and deliv
ered In pound "Word" prints, at 45 conts per
fiound. Also, cottago choose, 6 cents per ball:
rattennillr, 0 cents per quart, nnd "sweet milk
at 6 cents per quart.
nzr.KXUEY, apure rye whisky, tho boston tho
market for tho prlco, Mper gallan, it a quart,
and M cents a pint, Ka cents a sample bottle,
lharp, em F street northwest
Reported from Itoekrlllo.
KocKvaix, Ii Jan. 8. Miss Slary
Entwlstle, who mokes her debut this even
ing In Washington as tho adopted daughter
of Marshal Wilson, Is a granddaughter of
Sirs. Jane Policy, of this county.
It Is rumored that Mr. Phillip W. Avlrctt,
editor of tho Cumbciland Dally Times, a
former resident ot Montgomery, may, If
ho chooses, bo postmaster at Cumberland,
at n salary of $3,300.
4 colored girl In tho employ of Mr.
8amti.il Iioswcll, of Darncstowu, on Wednes
day last slipped through the trap door ot n
well platform, falling to tho bottom ot tho
well, which was forty feet deep, but with
no Injury to herself, the strougo part of tbo
A grand tempcrnnco moss meeting will
bo held at Mount Ion llaptlst Church on
Slonday, Jan. 17, at 0 p, m, Addresses will
be delivered by Judgo Weed and James A,
Clarke, of Washington, nnd Daniel Hlordau,
Miss Virginia Uonlfant, who died ot con
sumption Jan. 8, was a sister ot Washing
ton Uonlfant. marshal ot tho District ot
Columbia during Lincoln's administration.
MoJ. C. J. Queen, U. S. A., retired, who
died on Sunday lost, was a brother ot Mrs,
Col. W. Kllgour. of this town, and spent a
largo portion ot his early llfo In this county.
Sir. John W. Hornor, near llockvlllo.
shipped to Washington during 1833 11,520
eggs (WO dozen), receiving ou nn aventgo
lijccits per dozen.
Tho mjstcryof Sir. Havlland's tllsappou
nnce Is growing to bo on old story, nnd tho
Interest In tho discovery Is not so Intense as
nt first, though It Is still felt. Tho rowanl
of $650 for his body and murderers will
keep It alive. Tom Caiii.yle.
nrvwvwv. - .-
ILS cIfttraci.orltlMliol707 0it. K. W. I'or
hoi.MlwIrlnj toftlJt.ip ronr may ocml their ton
Irlbullonn loL. B. KMT.RY, atncral TtHarynl
the fttove ultima. OGIcq open from lUa.m. to A
THE IIAILIUAT9 MUST 001
'llitrAKlllbA AtmMlA tnfttnff In till ainllmrfl
hail of ttif JKFl'iinaoN suunuii ni'ii.niNci,
corner of Va. n. nud Oil, it. a. W., on MONDAY,
11th InMnnt, nt 7.30 o'clock p. m.,lo comlaer tlio
subject of UT. KAM IIAILU0AD3 within tlio heart
or tlio city of Washington, find their effect upon tlio
moral, social, and c-tlucntlormi Interests of lupopu
Htlon. All nro cordially lintled to attend, ills
tlnitnltlird speakers will be pronutto nd.lrcM tho
C. I CULVKIt,
Chairman Executive Committee,
UltrcnV l'rotectno Association.
Star, Critic, and riunduy Herald plcuo copy.
ZrsgK. MKETIKO OP THE STOCKHOLDERS
Kyy or th Washington and (leoriretovrii J(au
road Company, for the election of directors, will be
lield nt tlio oinco of the company, Georgetown, ou
WK.IlNKSUAY.tlio 1ISTU DACjioi JANUAUV,
The polls will M opened atlO n. in., nnd closed
ntl'jm. Trnnsfirhooksulll Locloseion IhoOtti
of January, 1U3U, and opened on January 14th,
It. HUlir, Vroddent.
C. M. KOONEH.Befrelary. dec'jn-til
-7R Hl'KCIAI, NOTICE.
lolt BAT.n-Great Tlnrgnlns; Retiring From null
ness; Stock nnd Fixtures, Consisting of Safes, Hliow
Cnses, rinnos, Organs, Sewing Machines, Uold and
Sllrer Watches. Diamonds, clothing, Ac.
C. A. SMITH, linker, lilt Dili (t.
TiiR vasiiinuton "aotiKrv 1)1-
IlHLTOItY" will contain the tiatuFi of
LVflMilnc ton's nronitnnt inrlptv Trt?onl. Hend
Domes to 1007 U U 2t W. as early tu poutbto.
F 01T1CK CAROLINA OIL AND CItEO
AYlUimuTo.N.N. a, Nov, 13, 1&83.
The lonjr necessity for a wood rireflenrntWe of un
qae&tlonM diameter ho been universally Acknowl
edged. Tlie Carol In OU and Creosote Uotopiny,
located nt Wilmington, N, tl, liih twle proprietor
or tne pftieuu ror infixing wooti ursosoie uit.
Injecting the wild oil Into wood, which Uftuiuantocd
hv us to tirefterve the wood rural nt the Toredo
omi In salt water, as well as dry and wet rot. The
wood properly prepared with wood creosote oil Is
recommended by us for
RAILROAD TIK8, RRIDOI3 TTMniCRS, TRE
TLI.M, TKLKOHAl'H WJM'sH, TKNCE POM .TO,
PILING TOR PIK11S AUD ftllAUYlSdfHTHEKT
We. are prepared to fill ltrge order on Tory short
We refer by perm talon to Gen. Q. A, Gil more, TT,
B. Knglnecr Corps. New Vork Ciiyj Capt, W, U
III x by. U. 8. Knalneer Corps, Wilmington. N, 0.;
Dr. John B. Hamilton, Burgeon General, Marina
Hospital Hcrrlce, Waslilnxton, D. C, Col. W, L.
Trenholm,a member or the Civil Service Coramh
mon of tho United States, Washington, D. C. For
further particulars tvldreM
General Superintendent, Wilmington, N. C.
rpO ART 8TUDr.NTSANDl'AR12NT3-ATTlTE
X National Academy of Fine Arts, corner of 18th
t. and N Y nve., one can receive the moct thcr
oanli Instruction In eery ntyle of drawing nnd
riafntlnfftyeiirsof studyaared. Mn. Imogene Rob
ruton AJorrell, the founder and teacher, 1ms had
tnehe medals and studied fifteen years in J Europe
1Ui the most celebrated artUts. Particular atten
tion to sketching from nature. Children's Saturday
class. Ill) per tnr. JaO-Ut
SHELDON'S DANCING ACADEMIEH-AT 10(U
F su N. W.. Jtondays, Wednentay, Friday, and
Saturday! at lid st, nnd Pa. av. H. K., Tuesday and
Saturday Notice A dUcount of '25 per cent, to
those Joining Ant week of the new year,
T ANDSCArE LESSONS,
A competent landscape artist In water or oil
colors oilers lessons to ladles and gentlemen In his
art, Including, during proper poisons, sketches from
nature. Composition also taught, and flower and
object painting. Lessons given only at residences
of students. Rapid acquisition positively promised
tot how who naturally have desire. Terms, $S per
month in advance; tu o lessons n m eek of two hours
each. His object Mill be, not numerous, but good
Ealullngs. Pencil drawing tausht, tf preferred.
aroe terms. Address ARTIST, 15 17 Oth st. N. W.
MADAMK HOPFELDT, A GERMAN WITH
highest recouunendalloos and references, pupil
of the late Great Master of Muido and Slnalug In
Dressden, Fr. WLeck, father of the cvltbrated
Pianist, Clara Schuman, desires pupils of any ago
forLIasMc and Modern Music: singing after the
truo Italian method. Bhe understands how to
eliminate the superfluous breath so injurious to
both health and voice, and teaches all songs In
their original composition. Is thoroughly compe
tent to teach by Grammar fluent conversation and
epistolary style pure German, Parisian French,
good English and Italian. 1'JIO G lU N. W
NORWOOD INSTITUTE-DAILY CLAS3 IN
French fur ladles from 1UIO to '2 HO p. m.i dally
class In German for ladles from 2.110 to ilJU p. m,
English literature from O.JO to 10 an a. m, For
particulars apply to MR. and URS. CABELL, prln-
nuai inuut., near xtiu st. circle. o-
QPKNCERIAN nUSINESS COLLEGE, COR,
cation that qualifies young men and women to sun
orT ueniiFives ana successruuy periorm me acuva
utlesof life. Thorough instruction given In rapid
writing, the English language, correspondence,
rapid calculations, bookkeeping, business practice,
commercial law, political economy, stenography,
and type-writing. Regular day and evening ms
slonsrisumedluestlay, Sept. l.atu a. m, nndOp
ro. Ofllce open for arrangements by the year or
quarter on and after Monday, Aug. 24. A full
corps of teachers. Illustrated circular, giving full
Information, sent free on application. 1IKNUY U,
HL'KNCJUl. Principal. MRS. SARA A. SPENCER,
I?RIKND3 SELECT SCHOOL,
: 1811 I Street Northwest,
iKSTBreriOif IN ENOUSir, ANCIENT, AND
MODERN LANGUAGES, MATHEMATICS, AND
VI nit the school or send for catalogue.
ocO-tf IHOS. W. BIDW.ELL.Fr. cIpaL
TV11K BERLITZ SCHOOLS OF LANGUAGES.
Recognized everywhere to be the best schools for
learning to SPEAK, write, read, and understand
the foreign languages. Terms begin now,
Apply to PROF. N. JOLY, 73J 11th St. N. W.
TlfANTED-A PARTY WITH A FEW THOU
v sand dollars desires to engage In an active
business luuhlch his enerirv nnd catmcilv will be
a ureful as his capital.
.luuiiiiui vuii, c.
Al-ARTNItR WANTEB-TO KNdAtir.
real estate Insuranco, loans, claims, lcc
this city, fall or address 101 1 Olh st, N. W.
liOOK AND JOB l'ltlNTIXd.
Ilrjifua IT, Dakdy,
book and jon rniNTEn.
Aurle Facilities for Lecal and Commercial Work,
ruchswoiiK ron tub tkauk.
Good Work at lowest l'rlcts.
ocSIMin 433 Olh at. N.W.
Q. IDSON BB03.,
BOOK AND JOB l'BINTINO,
renntylTanla avtnue, southeast corner J3tk. street
The larcest printing honso In the city.
1'rlntlng of all descriptions Promptly Executed la
tlie Best Btyle and at Lowest Bates,
T LOYD'3 gS-CKNT WASHI'dioN EXWtSJ.
Bainsse delivered to all parts of the city, rati
road, steamtoats, Ac Furniture, sewing niaclilues,
typcMWIters, ,Vc., carefully reniovL1,!. lruuke takeu
to any rart of tli. noiiso without extra charue. i'er
sons retuiulug to the city can leave their checks
at either ofllce.
TKMiFHONB No. 47!t-!l.
omcet inoa Ktt. N. W. Branch Offlcesi tllli and
B bis. N W , Lavement llowaid llousei Duolfett's
1'liarniacy. tor, l'a. av. aud 'J'Jl st. N. W.I U2H O
tt. N.W.t I'rank I'ltrfr A Co., druggist, cor. East
Capitol and Olh its. S, V,
joiin c. nAWLKY,
T ALEXANDER, TUB EXPERT OITIClAN
i.1013Kst. N. W.LCorlllh JnO.lmo
I It, CHKSI.EY (II, It. WAItXRIt, Sfl'.flAI
. rnrtnfr.) J. II. UIIKHLKY tO, KKli V
St. N. W. Hardware, storo repairs, ani Iiom6 far
Milling Roodp. JaU-lmo
nwTnuHcii.rmAi.Kii in nurrEii, euch,
400 snil 407 Confer Markf b
riillaiUlplilii 1'rlnt Jluttcr a Specialty.
MOnOAV'g STEAM I.AUNOItV, B17 Oril SH
N. V Washington, 1). C-Collnrs, '.'c.l
(iiira, 4c. Branches i oiu loth at., A, M. Itier,
cor, 32d nnd M sis. ilcc7.1nt
1 I KKItVANI), 1012 lA. AV.-r.NOItAVrNti
plaie,tlfiOcardsrromame plate, 45cj 100
cards printed from plate, 75c.
MOTICE.-TIIK ANNUAL MKIiTIKII OV TUB
J Stockholders of tho Moeklln Oassivlng dor.
error Company, of Washington, l. ft., will lo held
nt the omre of anld company, 1410 New York nve.
hup, Washington, 1). (!., on JANUAIIY Will, 1830,
At H o'clock r. m. of thit day.
JlcjH.lt or.O.CHAznhTON, Secretary.
HW. BUHCH, DEALER IN 11UTTEH, ECUS,
400 nnd 4D7 center Market.
Fine Creamery 1'rlnt nutter n Speclilly.
HP. COCHRAN. VlJOVtt AND FKKDi COlf.
intlMit. nnd N. Y. nvAN. V. no21-:iin
AWNINO MAKER-R. 0. M. RUnTON, 411 nth
au N. W. Reception Canopies and Decorations
for rent. All kinds or Awnlnjs, Teuti, and Flats
MiRUNKB AND 11ARNES1-JAMES P. TOP.
I HAM, 1231 ra. aye. M. W.
WANTED-riRST-CI.ASS COOK (MAN)
wanta n situation na caterer or cook In prlrato
family or Inardlng house. Address FRENCH
COIlK, Repuhllcnn ilmce. 1-1'i
WANTF.D-IIV A LMY WHO CS.NWIIITI!
shorthand from dictation nnd lias a type
writer, n position as nmanucnsls. Address L. U
M.. Republican orocc. 1-12
WANTCD-A MIDDt.E-AOnil WHITE WO
man wishes n placo as flrst-cUss cook or
laundress In a first clajs private family) no objec
tion to the country) flrst-class reference. Ittvilre
at Lennox building, comer of 7tti an 1 Q all. N. W
"WANTED -A SITUATION AS II0U4I:
1 kee)r or fentnstrras) understands dnssmak
Incircfcrencts. Address U. ll., Republican O'llcc.
WANTKD-A SITUATION 11V A COLORED
v s boy, 1H years old, na waiter or to work nrnun 1
the liouw. Apt ly at 4U1 A st. N. II., corner of Itli
or waiter In n trlvnta Turn!
or waiter In n trlvnta family by n younzmtu.
AddrrratolHltl Crdarst. N. W.
I1Y A SEAMSTRESS, HEWING)
,r. n. dor. Addrcei SEAMSTRESS.
vv terms, 7fic. a day,
Republican Ortlce. 111
TtTANTr.n-nv a cut.niiRn mam. ahitita.
vv tlonasdtlveror porter and to mako himself
generally useful) good i
THOMAS, 1700 K tt. N. W.
"WANTr.n-A OIIAMI1KUMAII) AT 1421 K8T.
vv N. W.t must brln2Kool recotntucniUtlons,
WANTKI1-A TII1Y, INTELMHBNT (II III,,
ltstneen 17 and 25, to Halt on ladles lu nicdl.
cal hatlis and tnakelierself Rensrally useful, Ap
fly at I)R. PUIIOHKia'KliR'H Hydro and Klsctru
pallilo Institute, "111 llilli st. 2-11
WANTEU-AT AMlAllnil'ti ap.AND OPKIIA
House, 60 tall men for "Comedy of Errors."
Aprlyatstsirodoorat I) n. in. sharp this t'lhurj.
uqy, morning. a-i
"rANTED S.T ALBAUQII'H OltANIl Ol'EIl.V
s House, GO pretty young nouien for "Comedy
of Errors." Apply nt stago door at 10 a. in. sharp
Hits (Thursday) morning. J27
WANTI'.D-AN ELDERLY" WHITlT'oR
colored woman; ono who will stay at nlshtt
end can como well recommended. Address EL
HKIILY, ItepuWIcan Otnce. 2-li
WANTED-LADIES AND YOUNO HEM TO
drcorato Christmas, New Ycir, nnd Eastrr
Novelties, lislly lenrnedt good prosiiects of steady
employment and fair wages. Material furnlshe.1,
and all work mailed post paid. For full lnformv
Hon address, DECORATIVE ART WORKrt.7 Ex
chance llace, Boston, 3Iass., r. O. Box Qlle),
IV A .ytj: - flo VS f!S.
Txwiv.--io HounES in wiar i;ni
to cot (2,r0 mid ft.fiUO, rripcctlvelv, cah.
J.AM1II.KR HMITII. Attorney at Law. 1 til i N,
Y. nr. a-l
WANTED-EY 2 LADIES, SMALL l'ARLOR
and 1 1 drooiu, ilth hoard. Let. N and Hand
inili and 17ih sts. N. W. Address, stntlnj price,
WANTED -4 OR ft WELL-fURNISHED
rooms, l.ct.N ant It nnd Unhand 17th sis,,
for housekeeping. Address, stating price, O. M.,
Republican Unite. 4-11
WANTED-S OR 3 UNFURNISHED ROOJH,
v s suitable for light lmuseherplng for gentleman
nnd wife. Address K. E. N.. Republican umco. 4.1)
WANTED-TWO OR THREE NEATLY
flirnlsheit rooms fur Unlit housckeenlnjr: loci
tlon central part of city or Capitol Hill Adlress
H. 1). 1., Republican Office. 4-11
Wf ANTED-kADIIM AD YOUNO MEN
S wishing to earn ftt to 41 every day quietly nt
their homes! work furnished, sent by mall; uucttii.
Toselng. For further l arllciilars address, v, Itli
stamp, CROWN M'K'U CO., i!Ul Vlnost., Cluclll
naU, Ohio. ilol'j-slt
WANTED -I'UI'ILS IN RESN PITMAN'S
system of Shorthand; class will bo organized nt
7.30 o'clock p. in. JAN. l:i. IBB'), at Ueorretown
Law Colls co ltullding, southeast corner of Otn ami
I'st. N.W. rorfurther particulars address WM.
II. Hi LACY, Stenographer, 1H1U ath st. N. W.
WANTED-A YOUNO WOMAN WISHES TO
obtain board and lodging In n prlvato famllyt
prlco net to exceed 110 per month. Address 1 tl.
a.. Republican Oldce. B-l
WANTED-TO l'URCHA8EA SMALL CLAIM
builnrss. Address, stating whero eatno can
bo seen, r. O. box Oil). B-u
WANTED-I1Y EVERYBODY, rROOt" THAT
Shakespeare could not write', well, It will be
out soon. Bjt)
WANTED-TO ANNOUNCE THAT I SELL
Si lure Sweet Catawba at uoc. per gallon: Dry
Catawba, 8Uc; Virginia claret, Hoc.: California.
Claret. 1. II. A.SELIUSON, Wholevtle lValir.
1424 Penn. At. N. W., Basement. Jul
WANTED-ALIMITEDNUMnEll Or TABLE
boarders by a flrstclass caterer, late steward
of ft prominent city club; a varied menu of the best
the markets aliord. Apply at Lining Room, 0 1.1
Q st.N. W. 6-tf
MR. O. It. KUHN. 407 10TH ST.
l'or orer 12 years the agent for DECKER
BROS.' I'lanos here, has, after his late resltrnutlon,
received the following couimunlcatlon,Milch ox
plains Itself i
Ni vr Yong, Jan, 7, 1HS0,
It (tlves lis great pleasure to state that w e consider
MR. O. II. KUIlN, who, for mniy years, renre
sented our Instruments In Washlnaton, an honest,
upright, and relliblo mint agooil tuner and re
pairer. He has alwais guarded our Interests to tho
best of his ability, and we think be Is worthy of
any confidence given kltn,
JaO-Bt DECKER BROS.
SPECIAL BARGAINS INl'OCI.ET AND TAHLE
Cutlery, Razors, Revohers, Scissors, and the
best stuer-platcd waro at FRANK'S, 457 l'a. av,
AM READY TO SHOW THE INVENTION OF
80; 139,000 can I made In next OUdays.
Address Box M, Star Ofnce. lAtKlt
AOOOD-LOOKINtl, REFINED, IIBSI'EUTA
ble lady desires the acqualntancoof an honora.
hlo gentleman between 40 and U(),w!io!s inalrl
moiilally Incllnrd) must bo a gentleman of educa-
tlon nnd rellncment. Address MISSE. BENTLEY,
AHTENOQRArilUR DESIRES THE AO
fiunlntaucea of ioiuo one ilmlhrly enx-txe!
itlthnvtewto practice, Addau H. R. 0 Imme
AT I'ULMER'S NEW FIIOTO GALLERY, OJO
Fa. ne., you can get two position!, chok of
style, and best nnUhed picture at 'J j-er dozen; no
TV8TJI'8 OLDBTAND." NO. OIU D 8T. N.
u W.-Huji aent'a UecoixMIaud Cothlnff.
Note by nxall promptly attended to,
nIIE VIENNA OPTICIAN COMPANY, No. 000
-L Fa. av N. W. marki every article lit plutu
Dictation work a tpeclnlty,
lawyers' papers prepared with (rent aire to In
Fatent ipi-clncatloni done In the beat laouner,
Work latfifuciory or no pay rt'iuirr-l.
B. 31. LKECIt,
ocl-lf Room aLo Droit 11 lildin
J' AS. RUTUERFORD, DEALER IN HTAI'Llfi
and Fancy UrocerUe. 000 D ei. N. W. Wluco,
Llajjori, and Clfiura. uiyll-ly
THE SUN TYrE-WRITER, TRICE (13. 8E0-0ND-HAN1)
TYl'E-WRUKIl'S, ALL KINDS.
CHEAPEST AND BEST I'Al'EKS, Al'. EXI'Eltr
Ull'YINU, EVEUY KIND, CALIURAl'H OF.
FICK, Udtl F ST. ???
CLOCES-ENOLISH, FRENCH, AND AMERI
can, repaired by JAMES (I. RATES, DBS l'a.
av. east; scud lotUl and he will call) perfect ork
THE REM I NGTON TYPE-WHITER
Nl'.W BIIOI' UA1IINI.T.
STATIONIIKY nml SDl'l'I.l i:-;.
"Vk--oH, Sciimmis & Uoiicdlct,
Corner Hilt nml r Hlrs'nU N, W.
VARICOCKIJ., PA1NI.11SS CnilE; BOOK
fru.' C1VIAI.E AaBNUY, 100 Fulton St.,
I?OR RKNT-riOO I BT. N.Wm NICELY FUR
. nlthed south front room, 3d floor! strictly
rrWale family) hent. fas, hot and cold sralerj gen
lemen preferre4j references exchanged. 7-12
T?OR tlENT-9 FtinNIRltRO ROOMS. 1'lVT.
1 lor, and bedroom; aniublft for irciuleman nn 1
wlfci si Hit or without
ard private family. 4SI
IjOIt nttKT-Kla K BT. N. W., HANIHOMEI.Y
. furnished rooms, en suits or elnglei A few tablo
boarders accommodated. 7-12
I?OR RENT-227 Hn ST. N. Yv WITII 110AR1),
twonlrely furnished rooms on the 2d floor, en
sidle or tjnglej nlaoMngle room. 7-12
Iron RENT-FIIONT AND RS.CK PARLOR,
. Island 2d floors, with lionrd,t2.' per tnontht
orwllliont Word) front room on 1M ttoor, with
board, Sit). IK1IN. Y. nve. 7-0
IJOR RRNT-lsr ANDDli FLOORS OF H0U8E
i 11I4II H St.; 10 permanent f nint. 711
filOH HENT-COMMUNICATINO I'ARMHIS
X furnished. Applnt 421 Othst. N. W. 7'11
IPOR nENT-A IlIlinilT, SUNNY ROOM, Tin
. floor) handsomely furnished) also Hrvc front
hall lcdroom:prlrato fainllrt terms low. Apply
T70II ItENT-A FURNISHED l'ARLOlf AND
XI bedroom, In a derlrablc location, at a reasonable
rent, Alplynt No. 121 lOal.M. W. 7-11
OK RENT -2 COMMUNICATING; FUR.
iihtd rooms. In n private family) to gentlemen
onlyi references required.
Apply aiuiuu.1 si. n
IJ0R KENT -2 I.A1UII'. COMMUNIUATINII
. rooms, betlioom and sitting room every com
fortt gas, heat, student's lamp, and use of lialli
rncmt for lor 2 gentlemen. Apply at 142)4(2 st,
N. W. 7-I4
I;on rent - i i, a unr. room,
. clfnct furnished or unfurulshcl.
7U7 nth sL N. W.
IJ0 RKNT-NO. Ill D 8T. N. W.-A VCRY
. nicely furnished room, cheap; also room on ton
I"?OR RKNT-FURNISHKD ROOMSrHlNOLK
: nr rn suite; aim parlor with grate flirt all
rront. laailst.N.W. 7li
T70irRKNT-l!T3l FfiT, nTvT, liARdT:, II ND
X1 omcly furnMied parlor, com m tut I citing, on
lit floor, or furnished as bedroomsand rented sep
arntelyi table board. 71 1
I?OU IIKNT-HU1 ltui KT., NIURLY FUR
nlsbed rooms on 2d and Ud flrrnnj tinxlcrn tin
provemcntSi will board it caterer if deslrcdj 'J Hues
IrOR HKNT-M. CVS ArrKNTIONI-ROOMS
. and sullen are cheap now; get prlrc, loeiiloit,
and Information of 1'RuurOR A HON, l'J20 I st.
17011 RRNT-tUl MASS. AVK. N. W., ELK
X cat'tly furnihed pirlor and beilroomon 1st
(loon also, oilier rooms If desired, will ! rented
tingle or en suite, rent very cheap; local Ion mi
I" ?OR KtENT-3 rUllNlKltKD FRONT ROOMS,
. Vd floor, r); front room, :ld ihwr, X) oouth
ern rxioiitre; convenlcnttocarnnnd hotel: Rent le
men only; rtfeunces, AddreM K. L. C, Republl
en n 0 mi v. 7-t
17011 RKNT-rUUNlSlIHD ROOMS,
' Ironrd. Apply at QUI) Mot. N. W.
I?0U RENT-U1HN8T. N. W.-NKXLY FUR
. nUlitdUd'ftory front room; rooms furulihcd or
unfurulMietl; near il lines of cars; prlvato lamilyj
terms moilerate. 7U
1,'OU RENT 1U38 1 BT. N, W. (01T03ITF.
, Franklin l'nrk), pleasant rooms w 1th first-claw
board: table boarders accommodated! references,
I?0R RKNT-030 N. Y. AV., FI.EABANT FUI
. ntfthed rooms on 2d Ihror, suitable for gentle
man or gentleman And wife; tablo boarders nlso
I70RRF.NT-010 ff bT. N. W FARLOR AND
2 bedrooms, communicating, nicely furnished,
2d floor, en liable for congressman; moderate terms,
I70R RENT-1 100 K BT. N. W.-IE9IRAnt.K
. rooms; prlvato bath) open grates; nrstilass
I?01l HENT - A HANDSOME HUITB 01'
rooms, Vfltli excellent tmard; tahle boarders ac
comnicdated. Apply at lt'Jl K. St. 7-t)
I70K RENT-II3:I K ST. N. W.-ROOMS. EN
sulto or single, 2d tloort well furntsjied, lighted,
nnil heated terms moderate; references exchanged.
T70H I1ENT-2 LARQE ROOMS, FURNISHED,
- in private ramiiy. Auuross b. ti,
170R RENT MRS. IUNIH HAS LRUE AND
. elegantly furnished apartments, en sulto or
single, w 1th bath connecting; excellent tablo. 14US
11 st. N. W. de'J0.1m
1?0R RENT - ELEOANTLY rURNIsllEI)
V rooms, en suite or single; best location, oer.
looks Mcl'lierson square: meals If deslrod; French
cuisine. lOItl lfllli st, N. W. 7-li
IJOR RENT-OEOROETOWN, 1DII1 HOril ST.,
corner of Gay st. Large, unfurnished nr fur
nished rooms, with open tire place, on 2d iloor;
lighted and heated; fuel found by the tenant; first
class rook Intho bouse for reasonable rates; (rooms
rroni 7 losing; janiior or ouuuing gives an in
formation; 2 lines of streetcars within 1 square of
the door and 1 at the door. Apply toT. E. WAU
UAMAN, Bgent,ni7 I'st. 7
TTOR RENT-ROOMS, UNFURNISHED, 043
X1 Mst. N. W., 1 large room, lit Iloor, and Jan.
1, entire Od Iloor, 3 rooms. 7tf
I70R RENT A PLEASANT FURNISHED
. rooni.soulhfroiittgasand heat: convenient In all
street cars; cheap rent. Apply at 027 o st. N. W.
RENT-FINE. LARGE. WRI.L.VIIR.
nlshed doable parlors, 1st lloort biy window;
central to cars and lleDai
IJepartments; suitable for Con-
grcesman; caterer In the house. 013 O sL N. W,
STORE No. 1018 ELEVENTH ST.
JL N.W.i irood cellar under store and 1
cellar under store and lard run.
nlng back to wide alley; rent low, TYLUIt ,v
RUTHERFORD, 1220 F St. N, W.
I?OR RENT-7-R0OM BRICK, 172H 7III ST.
' N. W.t gas, water, hath, latrobe, Ac, newly
Ripered ami painted, S23 iier mouth. J. FRED.
f.LLKY. 013 Dlh at. N. W. U-ll
I70H RENT-SMALL PURNISIIED HOUSE,
. near uth and 11 sts. N. W.t tl rooms, hath, eel
larjAc, (40. A. F. FOX, No. 020 F St. N. W. 0-11
IJOR RENT-3 NEW BRICK HOUSES, BVY
. windows, elato mantels, hot water, all modern
Improvements, (20.B0 per month, Afply on th
premises. IU, 4H, and 0
on jst, xs. iv- u-is
T70R RENT-TIIK LARQK AND PLK VSANTLY
-S-. IVIIIIIU UUIISV,.IVS II Oil f ts, , S71SS. WVSJ tUIS KVfUVt
and permanent tenant, the houie lias all theinoUern
J. locntfuhouw.No. J41I1 y it.: rent low toac
and iieriunnent tenant: the houie lias all theinoU
conenlenceB and Is heated by furnace Apply No,
iitf (j k. ror particulars. o-uei7ir
Foil ItXNT MlSCV.r.LA SJSO ITS i
IjiLEOANT CHICKERINO Ul'RIOHT FIANOS
J for rent. Tuning and reilrlurn specialty. F,
A. URSO'S riano Rooms, 7U7 OtU st. N. W.
For a alb.
T?OR SALE-'J DESIRABLE LOTS IN (IRACE-
X' land Cemetery at less than nsiuiclatlou rates.
Addrers BEC110N A. Republican Olllce. b-ll
IOR HALE-LOTON N. II, AVE, NFARN8T.,
' Ull per root; cheapest lot In that locality.
One or several lots on L St., south side, het. 21st and
S'Jd sts.; nlley In rear: very cheap. Lot nearlOtli
nnd Bits, N.W. ('..,000 net), 70 cents per fool.
On. or tno lots on west side o! 17th t.i very clap;
only 7B cents per foot. Each and every on. of the
ahov, pieces Is onered on uuusually cosy ternu at
much less than wiy other eround In tho samo lo
cality, and In the spring Mill surely sell at anad
v auce of SO to flo per cout. on present prices Ap
ply at 14'JU N. Y. ave., room SU. H-u
i;iR8T-CLA8S TABLE BOARD AT US l'KIt
X1 month. Apply at UU3 E St. N. W., near new
Tension Imltdlnj. J.itl-3t
DEl'ARTMENT EMFLOyS WILL FIND IT
to their advantage to take their meals at "the
old reliable," tho American Houso, l'n. uv., cor. Tits
st. i reasonable rates ami seasonable hours. Cull or
write for circular, del7lm
UJ. IIAXTER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, LATft
Chief Law Clerk, Interior Department.
Twenty years In Clrll Hervlce. Fracttcis before
the Courli, Coiumtttees of Conftrru. nitd Dfpirt
in hi in. Room 61. Lo Droll Rulldlutf, rKTJ V 8t. N.W.
No. lBU;t K Htrcct Northwest,
WAHHINOTON, D. O.
JOHN AMIU.KH HMITII,
ATTOUNtY AKD CUUKIELOB AT LAW,
( Meniler Supreme Oouit Rar),
1-124 New York Arcnue, Wahtnftton, D. 0,
Law, Equity. DUorcf, aud FalrutCuat Taken,
Patents ObtAJwd on ReaaonableTtrms.
Forelftn patent! obtained directly and eipe
dlttouily. Dt-Alpi Fateuti obtained. Trade Marlci
reciiterK), and miy builueii tefore the Patent OiBce
ofthe UnlttdBtaUsaiteuded to with care and dis
patch. Interferences conducted In the Patent Ofllce
upon reiuouablt termt. Lands, Mining, Pre
euiptlon, and Uoueatettd Cairn before the Depart
meeds and Courts. Land tivrlp for sale. Claims
col letted In oYcry Deparlmeut ofthe noyernuieiit. ;
"PATENT ATTORNEY-CIIARLEi J. OOOCII,
X ht. Cloud Rulldlntt, IHh and Fsta.,N, W,
Twenty jern' eiperleuce. Prompt and careful
personel attention when to every caio.
03 CORCORAN nUlLDINO,
Wtsnimi rn'v. D. 0.
JEFF I'll VNDLEtt,
!i or Virginia.
WASII1NUT0N, D. U.
Will practice In the Supreme Court of tba United
Etttts, the Court of claims, the Courts of the Dts
trkl of (oliuubla, beforo th. Commlttets of Con
en m snd the Deportments.
iil'tti N:s,J7, uu, and 119 CORCORAN BUILD.
F.W NATIONAL THEATER.
TO-DAY AT 3. TO-NIOIIT AT 8.
Last Timet of the
itosTON ini:Ai. uriiiiA company
I Trt.VnffT ATfl.
Marie Btone, Ituntlnff.
ton, Tom Karl, Morsell
MacDonald, Barns Ue.
VICTOR, THE BLUE-
I I)e I.iissan.Llzrle Barton,
MacDonald, Morsell, nar.
FULL ClIORl'H AND ORCIIESTRA.
l'lfty-slx people In each performance.
The sale of seals for the Engagement of
MISS PANNY DAVENl'OIlT,
Now In rrogress.
BALE OP 8EAT8 l'OR
Engagement at the
NEW NATIONAL NEXT WEEK
Begins TO-MORROW (THURSDAY) at H. 10 a. m.
nt the BOX OFFICE.
KV NATIONAL THEATRK,
FIFTH ORAND SUNDAY CONCERT,
Mr. John rhlllpfeeuM Director.
The manacementdettre loannonnee the return of
mihh iiklm: com;,
IMiO achieved snch n pronouttcM tuccesi here a
WahinnIon's faroTlte roniTtre,
MR. 1IENRV JAEOKR,
TDK TVl.h MARINE RAND,
in a brilliant and varlM programme.
A NOVEL VARIETY SHOW I
Bl'AllKLlNO A Ml) Ml'ICYI
10 COMEDIANS, VOCALMTd i DANCERS 10
23 I1EAUT1KUL YOVNU LADIE.1 2.1
kemale MiNarnEL scene.
Admission As Usti.il.
l'enn. are., near lltli slreeL
(IRANI) CIIANUE OK NOVELTY.
LAST 3UO DAYH ANU NIUIITl),
(IRANI) 81'KCIAI.TY Ol'KUA COMPANY.
M (IIIEAT AltTIHTHIN NEW OLIO,
And thoExtrnnrdtnary lliirlesoue of
UNDER THE OASJI.10HT,
Introdiielng l.OtiO Laughs nnd Novel Effects.
CINIIhllKLLA Al THE MATINEE.
Admission to all. only It) eents.
Next wuk Fanny Herring In "French Bpy."
POBD'B. LAST COMBUY MATINECT
THE LITTLE SUNBEAM'S TAREWELL.
Mali nee To-U iv at 2.
At Iho mntlneo to-day each lady will receive n
raLtnit photograph of Miss Evans, It being the
l.lHJUth irformaiiceof Fogg's Ferry.
To-night at H IOiIO'.S FERRY
Notwithstanding tlm strength of the other attrac
tions In the city. Miss Linns has drawn largo
houses, and bcllghtcd all who l.n,e seen her.
1'rlics no.iVJ, and 25 cents.
Fun nnd l.atishter Will ttettn, Hint-em.
PL'S WILLIAMS -"OH I WHAT A NIIIHTI"
"t LBAUUH'S GRAND Ol'ERA HOUSE.
TCDAY AT 2. TO-DAY AT 2.
FAREWELL API'EilUNCE OF
FAREWELL AITEARANCE 01'
"THE GREATEST ACTORor MODERN TIMES."
Supported by nn American Compiny, under Hie dl
tectlon of Mr. C A. Clilzola,
O Til I.I. I.O.
Reserved seals 11.00, tl BO, and (200
Admhulo BOc, 73c, and 1.00
THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING,
THE DUKE'S MOTTO,
By the SALVINI Company.
ADMISSION. .. .23c, BOc., 73c, nnd 1.00.
NextWeek-EOnaON AND CRANK.
TTKEZOU'S NINTH STREET OPERA HOUSE".
Last Week ofthe National Ideals.
T.-Nlght souvenir Night. In honor of the
longest run of a single opera In Washington, the
entlro audtenco will be photographed nnd proofs
nil, u-;ui-iiiuuiru iuc iuiiunnii Qiuuruny iree.
Admission, 10 nnd 2ft renu.
Next Week-MAUDE GRANGER, ill AltTInl.F.
47. Reserved Scats nowonSAle. Cau bo had six
days In advance without extra charge.
First Concert for the season,
ME. FREDERICK JAMESON,
of Near York, Tenor.
On WEDNESDAY, JANUAIIY 13,-18'Jll.
Sale of seals at Metirrotl's, 001 Pennsylvania
avenue, commencing Friday, Jan.J. JatMt
AT CONtlREIATIONAL Cllllncll.
rniDAY EVEN1NU NEXT. JAN. 13, 18S3.
Euiruftenieut of tho Wonderful
1E1U1 SISTERS' tJUARlErtE,
of ew York.
Fronounred by Iho most eminent critics of the
metropolis to be the nnest quartette vocalists In the
MR. CIIAH. F. imilERHILL,
The Reader and Humorist,
Eents now on sale at Ellis's Musla store at popu.
Inr pilcrs. Apply early. s,tii,w,thAf
ri'lIE WASniNUTON RINK,
X Ninth street aud Rhode Island Avenue.
The Leading Rink of the city. Attractions i
Monday, Friday, and baturday 1'ivo MIleAiun.
teur Race-Olds, Hill, Snow, Barber, Crist, and
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday The a real
Ornnd Fancy Dress Carnival Jan. IB.
TSJATIONAL BKATINU RINK. COMPANY.
Oil and OKI i: street northwest.
Favorite Family Resort.
THREE SESSIONS DAILY.
Professionals pronounce the floor the best they Lava
ever skated on.
Admission, IB cents; Skates, IB cents. Ladles
Pennsylvania avenue, nejr 14th street.
Bates, 'J DO and (.1 per day,
Special rut re to turtles ami permanent
riMufftrKIerator. JOHN JI. 1IAUI.M,
Wasiiixotos, D. C. ,
ARMY AND NAVY HKADqUARTEUa.
Foon lno Firb Em-atm.
JW-TERMB 3 AND H FXRDs.Y.
OT. JAMES HOTEL
(ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN
Corner Blsth Street and Pennsylvania Arenas.
"TiAILY WALKS. ON EASY FEET.
XJ lu open air best preserve health and Ion
irevltr." Ilenre. Hie elite of tho world visit
Hit. Willi E A BON, FOOr SPECIALISTS,
1410 Pennsylvania avenue (opp. Wlllard'sltotel),
11 North Eutaw St., Baltimore, for tho painless treat
ment of Corns, Bunions, Diseased Nails, and other
oot ailments, DR. WHITE'S fortieth year of Proc
ter; his ntuty.flflU la Waalilugloa. Fee, II a
DR. AND MM... SELDEN, 13'il 1IITIMIT. tf.
W. Established lHfl.'. Special trealineiil for
ladles; n medics prompt and reliable: advice freo
and ronndcnllalt terms reasonable. Call or write.
SC, BANCROFT, D. M. 1)., HAS REMOVED
. lileDintalOalcetoliMl'st N H'-iilasadmlu
ientutry lu an lis ornucun. new sw
W. ' .Manuractursr of
STOVES, RANUK.H, AND VUnNAOBS,
Aud Dealer In
WATER COOLERS AND KEKItlflERATORS,
TINWARE, HOUSEFUUNISUINU GOODS, al
013 Seventh St. N. W., near ra, Ave,,
Washlntton. 1). C.
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.
Coupes and Carriages of all stylts.
Drivers In nrst-clars livery.
Noi. 418 AXD 420 Eluimt SmiET N. W.,
Wiiulotox, D. C.
Telephone Call. RgB-3
'Ilavlni receutly fitted up a
lu connection wills my 1'atent I'rHeis I am pre
pared to furnlsb .
ILLUSTRATIONS fOR NISWSPArSIW AT
i uiioiir NoncE,
;18 Eltvu.U) HtrtaNor
Monday, January 11.
Ktstjt limine Murine; tlio Week nml
lu a (lorccom Production of i'Lakcs
ucarc's Comedy of Errors
UuJcr tlio direction ot
MR. JOSEPH BROOKS,
Exceeding In Splendor, Beauty, ami Artistic
Worth any llcprcscntatlon ever
placed ou tbo American or
Tho iUiiguiflucnt Scenic Pictures
Enhanced by a Most Elaborate Ensemble,
bavo never been equaled In com
pleteness and accuracy.
Tlio Wrck of tho Trireme,
Tlio Odeum of Eplicaun,' '
Tlio Magneslam Gates.
Exterior of tlio House of Anlipuolus,
Interior of tho Same, with Terraces and
Seen fn tbc First Act, aro Marvels ot Archi
IN ACT II,
Two Qrand ricturcs aro shown, Illustrating
an opulence ot detail herctotore un
known to the stage.
Akruamu, or Grtuco-ltoman llcce'itlon,
IttiTol of llacchautes.
The I'urt and Ducks or EpLcsiu.
Hymn to Artlmls, Illnnot of tho l.'phe
!lli. ltocciitlun of Her Silver Statues by tlio
1'rUst nnil lrletcs of Htr Temple.
l'rocesslonof Vroturlan Ouartls.
Oliolr of Vcstnls nntl Acolytes of Ar
tlmls. Ionian Flutists, roptlun Ilurnlstr,
rutomof Ihss Teiuiilc.
Aiuuzoulau Ounribt, ic, Ac.
Till! 3IKLANCUOLY VA1.U
All Imposing Amphitheater, In whlcb
a Colossal Statue of Diana ot tbeEpbtt
standluf; calm and solemn before tho
Beautiful Souvenir Prograniui?
Willloprceeutcd to the ladles In a
arce on the opening night.
THICKS OF AU3IISS10
OMlicetii. Circle Clialri.,
Orclichtrn, Ailiiill"ii -
FOR SALE OF SEATS,
Grand Opera House !
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