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THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 13. 1880. T p3 fLM Sfvt car's (Jooil" for Men nml Ladles GLOVES, HOSIERY, and NECKWEAR, Tor Sired, lltrnliiR, nml lleccpllon Wenr. l.iulle' 1 nml n llullnii Kld.iill colors, mbriililcicil In Scir nml UliicU. Ladles' 4 nml Hiillon Suede. Tun; mill llrnnnn. tmlirohlereil In Nclf nml rimrt Jllxeil MIHIilnff. nml In Tun. nml llloit'n, Tun nml nine, Tim nml llcil. I.hiIIc' Sucilo Moiisiiuctulro, tilth ileal l.UCI) Tiip. I.mtlrV lnml011iillonSiiei1oflrny,ciii lirnhlcrcil In Muck unit While. I.nillc.' ltlnck Kids, embroidered In color. I.nillris'R, 10,19, lO.SO.nncinollnllon. lenclli MniiMiiictulrr. In Jn';cil nml lmlrceil Kfil. In Tan.. White, nml l'nrl blind,', iluln uml cmbrutdorctl back.. lnSlen'nioe 1 lnno nil tliolnlr-sl UnclMi mill Trench incllloii, In 1 inula itnttnn Mioses for itlrcct, rcccpllou, nml fulltlrcKft stenr. llnml Hows In Silk mill feiitln (wlillo nmlliliitk). Wlillo Lawn nml Hie Intent full drc iintrltv. llio Welf npnttcil mill Mrlpoil bnlu llnnd linn. Men' Wlillo nml Crenin Silk mid Siitln feenrrn (nil lnipcii) nml 'lie. Men' nml lonlle' lllmk nml I'uiicy Culiireil Silk, Mule, nml HiilbrlREiui Hosier. Sillcs, Vchcls, and Gauzes. SEATON PERRY, (Successor to rerrj 4 Ero.) jias JI'st ni'i:st:i a laiuu: i.isr. ok .rXi,JCKIlASOA18K."IKIIl,ACK.VIIITl, AN11 AI.I. Tllh NKVV COIIH. BVw"lHT K or LYONS HATIJSIIBCIItWE, IlilADAMCS. TUICOIINI-.S, OUOS (IIIAINX, ANUSUUAll MILKS, IN M.ACK, WlllTi:, AN1) AM. Till: lASIIION'Alll.r. HKAIIK8, ion Brur.cr, iihuuiiox, asu even- -.I.10ANTEIi"a1)K11 SATINS AND VKI.Vr.Ti). 1 iltll TVtOTONK WtOUADKII VKI.VKM ANI1 lllsr. KA11NS ion IIIIWS lT.ONttJ AND Tvi'vPiiftru- Avn cot.oni:i) all-silk vi:i.vi:ts, it.om M tos pen vaiiii. jjlack am Coi.om:i) ur.n.MAN mlk t.l- VLTH, AT ll.ua lllf'i. NEW Kll.K .'lAU.l.S, BUUSSELS NETS, AND W)VhV.TitSSik cnr.pn w. chines, india hll.KS, ANIl CANTON CIIEI'IX NEW Bll.k MUI.LN.'SILK HimlEllV. TI!I.rolSi: . Pl.HIKUT'lf KlllOLOVM. l.OOU UUALirr IlllOUAllED EVE.MNCI OAUES AS LOW AS M)e. IVOnV.PIKK. AND 111,UE SILK PLUSIIES AT UttVl'ijVl'lAsslVllWxT 01' I'Unl! LINEN 1IAMASK TAlll.t: CLorilS, ALL WID1IIS AND I.ENIUIIS, MTll NAPKINS, ALL B.lSS'.O.'fM-ACr.D CANTON PLAN NLI. roil TA1IL1'. COVKMNU. JTB-Hrr.CIAL APAllTMENTS roll DISPLVV JMJ l:LMNO UOOIW 11 V OASLI01IT. jWrLAIN FIODIIES and COnBECT rBICES. SEATON PERRY, rEnnv nuiLDiNO, TESKSVLVANIA AVENUE, COR. Orn BTBEBT ESTAnLISHKD 1BI0. Tresents Worth Buying for Christmas A Marseilles Bed Sprcod.n warm Comfort, nice pair lilitnlccts, or a handsome Dowu lullt mil ! lions. ABmyrnaMatornuR.nHklnMiit or rtujr.nn Art Hounre, rmireet. TnWe or Piano Cover, n handsome pair Portieres, or Heavy Curtains, A nice Choir, Ttocker, Table, r-eilestal Desk, or Music Cabinet, or one or our Imitation Ma- i,i.pinv chamber Knits, bevel class, brass caucUebras, for J20.73. MAKE YOUP. SELECTIONS EARLY AT W. H. HOEKE'S Headnuarlers for Bottom Cash Trices, 801 Market Space, 30B-31O Blh St. Ladies' Furs ! fclncelnenotlilnjssic tiaie replenlshel our sto:V In the FUR DEPARTMENT, And now that the cold wave has made Its ar-pcar-mice In earnest, l'uii arc necessary for coiufort. IVe offer special Inducements In Sealskin Sacques, Ulsters, and Ylsltes. We nouM again leiulnd J on of our fine Plush Macules, which ate the same lni ut and flnleli as the Alaska Beal (larmentt-to we can suit the moit irlllcal In Myle, m.d nill gmrantee to do so, In price. Slhcr Bcaur, Lynn. Poi, and Blaik Morten Muffffaiid Trluinilnss. Mlnk-llncd auulars, $10 and up. HATTKltS AXIt FL'IIIIIEUS, 1237 Pennsylvania Avonuo. Sacrifice in Fine Cloinj The Misfit Store, Cor. Tenth, and P Stroots, lias ntlllitr space In tho Republican nor Inclina tion lo quote Bcrlpture os some addle-brained, so i ailed merchants do In their Incoherent saporlngs l.ul will simply draw attention lo a stock of Cloth ing as fine as can be found anywhere nt the follow ing reduced prices : Good Oi ercoats at 5, reduced fiom ?. All-viool Otrrcoals nt 47.BU, reduced from sjiu, rlr.c All-wool filters, best tuatli) and make, t'J, reduced from J15. Mellon fMiiloutOicrcoals at (10, reduced from 17. Cldnrldlla Buitout Oiercoats at (IS, reduced from e2J. Batln-llnrd Chtncldlla Oiercoats at ilu, reduce 1 l"iom S25. Clilncbllla Oiercoats, all wool, 112, reduced from eit. Full Drrss Bulls (iw allow tall coats) at (20, orth t3U. I'rlnce Albert Hulls from (in up. IluslneM Suits at (0 50, (7.00, (11.75, (lu SI), (12, reduced fully one-lhlrd. AinagidtUenttloikof I'untaloous nl (1.50 and iijvartl. Tor lloya, i to 13 yearn, (5 (Ml Overcoats reduced to )'l DO. 0 mi Orercoals reduced to -l.uii, 7.50 Overcoats reduced to ft no. 1) IK) Ourcoals reiluccl to 050. I 10 110 Oiercoats reduced to 7.5(1. (4 do Jacket nnd Pants reduced to (2.50, 5.00 Jacket and Pants teduied to 0.50, II 00 Jacket and Pants reduced lo 4 DO, 7.50 Jackit and Pants reduced lo ft 00. tUH) Jacket and I'ann reduced to 0 no, 10.00 Jacket and Punts uduced lo 7.U0, For Hoys, 13 lo IB, (fl 00 Overcoats reduced to (1 50, n 7.uoOiercoutsreluiedto ooo, V 10 oil Overcoats reduced to 7.50. 12 (Hi Overcoats wduced to H 50. , 10 00 Overcoats reduced to 10 00. (OOOHultsieductdto(HK, H 00 Kults reduced lo 5 00. 10 (M) Bulls reduced lo 0 50, 12 00 Hulls reduced to 7.50, tlO.00 (Suits reduced to 10.00, Tho Misfit Store, cor, 10th & F Sts. Pcu'l fortet we m e at the corner of 10IU and I', R II. Slincioclz & Sod, J III! SMAI.l, TIU.VU9 OX' A DAY. minor Occurrence. In nml About the City llrlclly l'ul. lofilli fllllnu mJc palnlcM by llio Use of crcnliio by 8. T. Mfton, dentist, aid 1'ouMina.a. linir strict northircst. roritcnllne tlirco en pi from Tlrodt lial store. Saturday. Juuec tncll hat Rh en lsnlali Price, a 11-j.cnr-old colored boy, linccn days lujnll. Joseph Levi yeslcnlny got alxtydajs In Jail from Judao Hncll tor the larceny of n lot of Mtlelis ftom Mrs Jemilolloscntunl.onScvcntu street. Alfred Pord, colored, stole n pnlr of pints Irom James Iluiler and Imdtliem on when ar rested lletvnsitntcncfd jcslcnlny by Judge fndl to tlilrlj da) s la Jail for tbo theft Kllcu W HodgcMice Allen, was jcslcrduy f ranted, by Justice Jnuie., dlvorco from Abm mm 1 lodge, permission to resume her maiden nninc, nml eustoily of tliclr children. The clmrso was desertion. Dr. C. II. 1'iirvls ha. forwarded to Iho com nilfflojiers of Iho District n coramunlentlon from 1'iliiclpnl Joseph II. Kccnoniid M. 1- Mc Kenncy. ntiaclicr of Iho sixth dltlslon, rclv tlvclobulldlnR an uddltlonal room to school 12, Columbia road. ILvPollcemnn Oeome field Iim been notlllcd by the commissioners that Ills dlsctmrEo from llio lorco mis nearly tuo years beforo llio prcs. cut law tins enacted, uulcli provides that each policeman shall contrlbule monthly Jl toward aicllcrnind, to lnvnlloblo for pension., Ac. Tin: xAituniiUi-noTi'NNo c.vi:. Jiosr I)adopmcnta 3Indo by Iho Prose cution Not u Night Murdor. fcltico the fllluc of llio nffldavlls by llio coun sel for Antonio Nnrdello, convlclcdof the mur der of Carmine ttolunno, In support of Iho motion to set aldo tho motion ovcrnillns the motion for it new trial, thu district attorney has been occupied In preparing counter nfll davits. Wlillo ttiu.ciigagcd ncn- and Important cvldcuco has been discovered that males tho caso much stronger ngalnst Nnrdello than It was at tho tlmo of his trial, but docs not sustain Iho theory of tho prosecution that tho crlmouas committed In tho night. Tho o Idince of sctcral of tho now wltnes.es Is to the circrt I hat they mw Nardello mid Kotunno together early lu tho morning, nrtcr Iho latter bad Icll Carmlni Uaudlo's house, going in tho direction of tho lane u lilcli led up to tbo old house In which ltotuuno'i body was afterward fouud. Tho coe:nment will also contradict the statements that Nardello a'. aj s u ore two pair of pants, mid that ho had n broken flugcr tho night beforo tho murder. i l'cppercd ii Sleeper's Ujcs. "1 was asleep lu n ttoro Saturday night Judge, when William Plater throned uulnlno pepper In my c)cs," snld on old colored malt named John Green lu the police court yester day ttuai himioi pepper is iuar asKcmuo '"s'ffi: lis hero kind w bat burns like fire." u at tho reply. 'How about It, Plater?" risked Iho Judge as tho defendant took t ho stand. omoofdobos throucd pepper In do old man's men, hut, boss, I didn't do It " "Casols dismissed," said the Judge, and tho old man left tho court dlgustcd nt tho thought that plater did not get at least six months lu Jail Tin- lliircaii uml It. Sower. The commlsstoucrs )clcrday addressed Sec retary Manning a lengthy letter lu rcfcrcaco to Inylngn sower nt tho bureau of engraving and printing, 1 hey glvo lu detail their reason for uot crniHIng that bureau certain privileges asked In Iho construction of Iho sen or Tbo matter lias been under consideration for many weeks, and much correspondence has been entered Into between tho bureau olllclnls and tho com missioners. The latter suggested a mcausof relief some time ago, but it did not meet with the withe, orthc bureau ofllclals, whodcslroa sewer to bo built along II street This tho com mUsioner. bellevo would bo detrimental to tho Interests of tho property owners on that street. Tlio Ilultimoro uml Ohio Jlnllrond Arc quoting tho following rates: To Chicago, SIX to toufsTlllc. 81I.W. to f-t. Louis, SlOiO; to Cincinnati. Sill lo Indianapolis, SI.', nml Detroit, (1., and corresponding low rates to all points In tho west, northwest, and soulhucbt, l'ust limited express trains, with through parlor and sleeping cars to destination. 1irao to Chicago 23 hours, Cincinnati 10 hours, and St. ixjuls 27 hours. Limited train lor Chicago leaves Washington atl:t3n. m. and for Cincinnati and St. Louis at 3 p. m, dally. Consult ticket agents 11. ft (). It. It. before purchasing, unices, 019 and in.'il l'onn) h nnla nt cnuo and station, corner of New Jersey at cnuo and C street. AUcced Damages by mi Old Iliilldlng. Michael A. Mullen, owner of tho Carrolton Hole), Eighth and I streets, yesterday entered suit against Charles Ilnum to recover 915,000 damages. Mr. llaum, to accommodate his growing and cxtcnslvo business, erected a wing of his More, which camu down to II street In building It was necessary to tako down and rebuild tbo east wall of tho hotel, Doing this, Mr. Mullcu says, cracked tho other walls, caused Iho woodwork to sink, and pipes to break, putting him to an expense of S.'.OOO to make repairs, Tho Mumlley Divorce Cuse. Mr. T. J. Mackey, attorney lor tho plaintiff Intliodhorco suit of Mandloy vs. Maudlcy, jcftcrdaylutne equity court moved to recon sider tho order made by Justico llagncrdls mlbSlngtho bill Tho ground for dismissing was that tbo bill alleged adultery nnd failed to comply with tho ulnciy-third rule of tho court, and tho counsel read tho bill to show that Iho complaint u us descrtlou, and tho Justice had made a inlstnko as to tho facts, Tiicro was no action taken on tho motion Dropping; Accepted Candidate. About ftK) names have been dropped from tho list of those eligible for nppolutmcnt under civil service rules. A largo part of this number were allowed to remain on tho list over a year, but hereafter n year will bo tho limit, llio lommh-lon is looking for dctlrablo quirtcrs, as their present ones ore needed by tho agricul tural dcpnilmcnt. Commissioner Trcuholm and Kxnralner Lyman will hold an examina tion In New Orleans Ibis week, and will then go 10 Kuiuas cuy. Tho District Iiohl Miitomcnt. Tho L'ulttd States treasurer has Issued a statement of the funded Indebtedness of tho District of Columbia nt tho closo of tho last calendar jcar, from which It appears that tho total (klil lstJl,'j;'.i,Wi, and that tho amount of debt retired sinco July 1, Win, was ti.onO.tlOO. tilth n reduction In annual Interest charges of S'i7,(m7. 'Iho Issuo or DMrlct 3.10s to date Is 91 1 .',7(Vaj. T no Issuo or llicso bonds Is limited bylaw to815,txo,COU. Dlncllillliine th" I'ollce, Policeman John It l.uskcy ha. been recom mended to bo fined (ii In lieu of dismissal for general lucniclency and gross neglect of duty. Officers Peter llutlcr and John O, Harry havo been recommended for nppolutmcnt asllrst class prltnlos, t. Ico William T, ltlley audJohn T llarues, recommended for dismissal. As yet tho cummltaloners hate uot acted upon any ol Iho recommendations. A .Muincso Telecinpli liluuk, A telegraph blank, as used lu Slam, hasbcen received at tho Western I'nlon telegraph ofUcc. It Is headed by tho familiar precept. "Tho Siamese got crnment will not be responsible for errors In transmitting messages." All tho prlnttd matter on it Is In both t-lame-o and liuglhdi, it Is formed sn that It may bo folded tu make nu cut e-lojio n Ills tho mesago ou tho Inside. Tho 1're.ldent'a ltcceptloii, T lie President postponed tils public reception ou Saturday, but ho mado amends ) cstcrday by slinking about fifty people by tho hand. Tho cold w cnthcr kept many away, and tho Chief llxccutlt o disposed of his callers In short order. 'J ho lastiuun had como 1,1(0 miles to sco the President an business, but tho hitter told him to coino ut 10 o'clock this morning. WAHUMiTriN, I). C Jan. 11, 18S0. t iho an nual election to-day liv llio stockholders ofthu Wai-hliigton llrlck Machlno Company tho fol low lug gentlemen wcro elected trustees for tho timilngjcar; C. 1". Peck, William !'. Mattlnjly, A Pol lot, Gcorgo II. 1). white, Charles James licll.C. 1' Muccloimld, T. L Holbrook, Tho Trouble All About Dor., It wns (Io's that caused Jeremiah Matthews, mi o)Mcr saloon keeper, In bit Ilenjamlu frank lin and Wcbstci llrenaugh on tliclr heads with a plslol Ilrcnaugh's dogs, It seemed, followed Iho men Into tho saloon and Matthows did not want litem there. Matthews was )0atcrdny lined I W or sixty da s for tho double assault. JMiirrlugo I.lccnsei,. The following marriage licenses have been lulled. Joseph i: Djcr, of this city, mid l'lor ciko M Itobcrtson, of doorgotowu, 1). C ; TlicunasG. Iletls, ofllawiirdcu, loa, nnd Cor nelia Maupln, of this city, Monroe lohusou nnd Mary Dorset, Lewis H.itoyaud oplila Datls, belli of llrightwood, 1) C I Dinner, lloivptlnns, uml Stippon,,' I l'rlco list for main articles used Honed tur kc, 97, consommo, per gallon, 9J.SU; pnltlos, ol illlleieni kinds, per dozen, 9-'; chicken era 1 qucltu per dozen, 91.73: otcr ten dozen, 81.80, Irltd ojstcis. per hundred, 9J.G0, ehlckcn . f alnd, per gallon, 9i), over In o gallons, t); wluo I Jelly, )ergnllon, f.i; charlottu russe, per gallon, prc 9ti utMaieii luuey ice uuu creauis in uioius, luuuy eukes, jicr ioiiuu, uuo. All orders promptly attended to In person, F. y aueiiiieii lo in p street northwest. I ItUJIU, iVm .slum si 'niinVJIITAKIIll CASK. .luilgo "llncArtlitir Mnkcn n Ilullng Hn lcr Protest. The cat e of O A Whltakcr, charged with presenting flto false touchers lo tho bureau o medicine and surgery, wo. again taken tip hi tho criminal court jcstcTclny, nnd tho trial re sumed. Atono tlmo It looked as If tuoctso would go II) lug out of court, and probably would lmtodono -.o had It not been for tho Itrsuaslvo iowcrs of llio district attorney.: The got eminent lu putting In Its testimony had reached tho point whoro Klrkwood's de partment record was about to bo put In cvl dcuco for Iho pnrpo-o or showing Hint no entry appeared In tho books of thoviucliorstncon. Ici, when Iho defense objected on tho ground Hint Klrkwoodwa. neither Indicted with nor on ttlnl Willi Whltakcr. nnd that tho latter could not bo held rc-ponslblo for what Kirk wood did, that Iho testimony was wholly In. admissible, nniHMitliiker was onlv llablo for actscouiinlllcdliylilmiotf, llio point was nrgucd at great length and with considerable larncMness, during which the prosecution tailed llio nttcntlon of tho conn to tho fart ihat, In the previous trial, c. Idenco or th Is kind as admitted. Mr. Chandler claimed that the point had never liccu seriously discussed before, wlillo the got eminent Insisted that It had been ruled upon nnd exception taken to the rullnx. Ills honor seemed In con-Mcrnblo doubt ns lo tho competency of the proor, when tho dis trict nttorucy suggested to let tho ruling still standing act a. a precedent, and exception bo taken, lor, ir It were otherwise, ho would sa) frankly that tho government w ould Imvo to go out of court and bring In new Indictments, Mr. Chandler said that tho court had a per fect right to change Us ruling if it wished. It was not llko n caso In general term, where n decision was made, for In (bnt caso tho decision would govern tho court, but In tho special term It was optional with tho court to alter or modify a ruling whenovcr It was so disposed. District Attorney Wnrlhlngton mado another appeal to the court lo adhcro to tho ruling pre viously mado " lili a great deal of hesitation," said Jus tice MacArthur, "I will ndhero to tho ruling In tho Drew iiisc, but I do not bellcto I would do so 11 It was an original caso," Tbo ruling wasctrcptcd to.andlhocvldenco being rcccit cd tailed to show any record or llio disputed touchers. 'testimony wns being taken to show thai none or (lie books named In tho vouchers had cter entered the bureau when tho court ad journed for Iho day. Tin: ,11x01.1: or tiii: iir.ia.s. l'coplo Vt'ho l'rcfer tho Music to Iho Clink or Tliclr Moncy-Slclghlng on llio Atennc. The ) oung man heat cd a sigh, he did, As ho to) cd with hi. hoarded cash Hut lie blew- It all in for a sleigh, ho did, And took bis best girl for a dash, "I never knew that there wcro so many sleighs In llio city before," said a citizen on thcatcnuc jcstcnlayashcgazcdat the swift, lljlng cutlers nnd tho "bobrlggcd" runner, dash by "c liaten't had any use forslclgns for four ) cars, ami 1 don't remember of having teen ono since." Tho cltlrcn's obtervallons wcro partially cor rect. Sleighs of all kinds inado their appear nncoon Saturday morning, and tho tlnklool tho bells and tho shout, of merry occupants arc to be heard ou all sides. hero tho sleighs came from nobody knew, but they ctmo nev ertheless, lu largo numbers, until it seemed that every clllcn owned a sleigh, and had brought It out. Tho avenuo was, of course, tho center of attraction, nud hnndsomo cut ters, drawn by high and fast fteppers, speeded by all day ) cstcrday and last nlglit Tliejouug man took his tw o w ceks' salary mournfully Irom his clothes and hied him to a Uteri-stable wherewith MephMophclcanctln, iro liter) man scooped In tfio sliekcls, and got out a dashing animal of ancient date and hitched him toacoal box mounted on runners, Then, at a fabulous cost to the ) oung man, with visions or starvation and an angry laundress, ho put on n society smllo and took Ills best girl out tiding, tbo excursion being limited by the young man's cash on hand. Tho lit cry man had a picnic a rather frigid one, but yet n picnic and ho was probably tbo happiest of mortals. A lltcry-stablo keeper who didn't hate visions of retiring from busi ness at tbo end of the present snow wns hard to llud. l. cry chicle that could bo transformed Into a slclgfi w as put Into use, and horse, whoso bcstdu)s liato been spent lu tho Bbafisofa cart emtio out ns spirited ::) ear-olds. Tho prices tnrlcd nccurdlug to the slzo quality of liorso ilcsh desired. A great mnnyeltlzcns were out In their own Tchlclcsand animals, and several trials of speed, sometime, at tho Imminent danger of killing somo foot passenscrs. took place. 11 Is projo'cd if iho present snow crop lasts long enough, and lliero is every Indication to bcllcto that it will, to Ret up a carnival sim ilar to tho one held four years ago, which was a most brilliant success. tiii: Ari:nrcT Ti'vyni.. An extended Inquiry Ileforo Appropri ations Two Miaftn Moot. Tho Scnato comralttco havo beon lately con sidering tbo recommendation of tho engineer commissioner of tho District, In chargooftho waterworks extension, for additional appro priation to finish tho work, It Is understood that they will shortly report, and that the re iort will bo accompanied by a resolutlsn pro posing to extend the Inquiry so as to cover tho necessary ground. A break through tho rock, thu. connecting tho w est heading of Hock Creek shall and tho cast heading or Foundry liraneh shaft of the tunncl,tvasmadoon Friday. Tho headings of (intercut shafts havo all been connected, w It 1 1 tho exception of Champlaiu shaft, cast head ing, nml Howard 1'nlvcrslty shaft, west head ing, l'rom Foundry Branch shaft on (ho cast heading, 2,873 feet lias been excavated: from liock Creek shaft on the west heading, :i,.v.'i feet; from Cbnmplaln avenue on tho east head ing, 2,200 feet, from Howard I'nlv crslty on tho west heading, 2,123. Tsortous Debilitated Mon, You arc allowed a Ireo trial of thirty days of tho use or Dr. Dye's celebrated Voltaic Belt, with electric suspensory appllanecs for tho speedy relief nnd permanent euro of nervous debility, lossof vitality and manhood, nnd all kindred troubles; also for many other diseases. Complete restoration to health, vigor, and man hood guaranteed. No risk is Incurred. Illus trated pamphlets, with full information, terms, t.c mailed free) by addressing Yoltalo licit luiupjiuy, juursuait, iuicu, I'oljelot Operator Needed. "A new system in transmitting telegrams to German papers Is being Inaugurated by tho Western I'nlon Telegraph Company," said au ofllclal of that corporation lost evening, lormcrly wo hat o sent nil such matter In Kngllsh, nnd tho papers upon tho receipt of llio samo but o translated it Into German Tho tame llilug now relates to several French papers which aro published in this country. Hut tho German editors at lost objected to tho great amount of translation this inado neces sary, uud desired their matter to bo sent them by correspondents and transmitted in Gorman, l-o wo havo begun doing this, it takes about twice as long fur mi operator tv ho cannot speak German lo recclvo In that luiiguago, and now uieieisnocii iipncrt, ior r.ncati ivvooporaiors. In fact, wo need also two French and two Spanish oi eralorstn hnudlobtislness coming lu those languages'. Wo should liavu odo on dur ing the day und ono at night It would bo economical ns It would accelerate, business as well as Insure greater accuracy You see, tbcro nrosomo advances mado Initio telegraph bull nets." I'iicU not I'miclc-H. Don't stop a cannon ball, you might get hurt. Don't sit in a drnught, ton mlghirntch cold Don't tako any but lied Star Cough Cure. Don't lorget, a bottle costs but 23 cents, To Ilellcto Our Merchant Marine. Senator l'rjc lias Introduced it bill for tbo relief of the American merchant mirlnc. It rcaols llio statutes requiring the payment of fees lor martno documents, ccrtlllcutcsof In spection, Ac .and ptovldcsthnt tbo collectors whoso duty It Is loltirnUli llieso papers shall bo paid by Iho United State), Matters of coast wise vessels nro authorized lo employ a ship ping commissioner in ship crews. Tho liability limitation clntiso of Iho lust shipping net Is ox tc tided to t ( sscls 111 Interior vv alers nud to (hoe engaged In (ho (oast wise trade. It seclusions that lliero aro loss persons ni hil ted with rheumatism slrlfo our drugjlits sell salvation Oil. l'rlco twcnt)-llvoccutsa tonic .. A Now Church I'aison.igo, Tho congregation or the I'uuith street M. K. Lliurch, Lttw ten i: nud o streets southeast, has begun building a parsonage, next to tho church, which will lost when completed Sii.WJ. It will hciniuh uiore'coiiiinoilloiisthautlio parsuuugo lormcrly owned by iho church on Seventh, neur 0 Ureet CITY 1TK.MS. ItonMND Dpntal Associvtiom, 2ll Four, oml-a-liidf ttiect northwest, tlirco doors north of l'e urn) lv aula nvemm. H P. Ilowliud, M, ).,(,'. II. lliiwlund, D, 1), b., and Itebert W. Talbolt, surglcul, operative, and mechanical dentist. I.Uraetlons, under nitrous oxide, M cents tnrh tooth, and onlv 50 cents o.xtra for gas, w lictbcr ono or a number of teeth aro ex Iratledattliosamc sitting. llutuadmluUtercd liitiousoxldalo over -10,000 persous. Artlflcal teeth 97 per set. Gold, amalgam, and whlto linings Inserted In tho best manner. All work wai runted first class. "Auutr.KrR P.vtrivW.vno-8." Fresh Alder ney Hutlcr churned every morning and deliv ered in V, l ound "Ward" nrints. ut 13 cent, nor pounel. Also, cottage cheese, 6 cents par ball; buttermilk, fi cents per quart, and sue'tmllk at & cents per quart. nrnKrttv, apuroryewliisk-y, thobestoutho market fortho price, 91 per giillau, 1 o quart, nnd TO cents a pint, 25 cents a sample bottle, Tharp, 818 F street north wen Buying and Selling, Our business as inor oliants is to soil as woll as to buy. Wo havo rocontly mado somo vory advantage ous purchasos, and wo aro now negotiating for another largo lot of soasonablo goods at a ridiculously low prico, which wo proposo to givo our friends tho bonofit of if tho bargain is concludod. In tho meantimo wo aro go ing ovor our stock to soo how much monoy wo can afford to loso in giving our customers approciablo bar gains, as wo think this is tho very best mothod of advoi' tising. If you aro intorost od in tho matter look what inducomonts wo prosont in Mon's and Small Men's Suits, via : Lot Lot Lot Lot Lot Lot Lot Lot T.ot Lot Lot Lot Lot 30(18, 33H7. .'IS 3.1. :itm. nin. :il Co. 3101. IttOS. 3250. 3872. 3 I IS. 3073. 3002, .Stilts. Sulla SllltH Sulla Suits Suits SllltH Sulla Sulla Sulla Hulls Sulla Suits were 9 1ft, svero $10, ttoro $30, ttero $25, wcro $20, vtcro$Ufi, ttcro 25, wcro ()1S, wore $20, wcro $'18, wcro $38, ttoro $lfi, tsero $10, unit $10. now $10. now $ll).,10. now- $10.00, now $10. now- $10.00. now $10,00, now-$10. now $10. now $10.00. now $10.00. now $10. now $10. All theso Suits aro of this soason's production from our own- factory, and are offered at theso low prices for no fault of construction or materials. Wo thought them dosirablo goods whon wo bought thorn, and think so still. Wo shall bo ploasod to havo your opinion in tho mattor, and fool convinced that you will agreo with us at sight. Don't wait a month, or you will fail to find thorn. Call now. This is only part of our story. Spooial prices havo beon put upon every thing to your advantage. For oxamplo, all our Newmarkets havo boon re duced $5 por garment. Tho $15 ones aro now $10, and so on upward. A discount of 10 por cent, on all arti cles, in every department, will bo allowed, ox o opt those alroadymarkoddown, and except Earl & Wilson's Collars and Cuffs, which wo aro under contract not to sell bolow a fixed prico. Saks & Company Seventh St. and Market Space. Fajuilt Supplies, Use Ceres, Sterling, Minneola, Gilt Edge, or Golden Hill FLOUR, And you will always have Beautiful Bread, Rolls aud Biscuits. Wholesale Depot, corner First street and Indiana avenue. WM. M. GALT & CO. Good News ! Gooil News ! rnoM- Grogan's Installment House For nil In neel of rurnllure. Carpel, Slot pi, ami lCouso-furnUhlng (iooUt In general, as jio ono need be without u lieU'fiiriilnlioJ homo because they hae uot got the cosh to nare. Three years ojtn we started the only (live) Install incut Jlou&e In the City of Washington, and during that time we l.a.eflola goods to more than 11,000 tuntomers, and our knowledge of ulio nre trust worthy, nml uiio nre not, gained by experience, coupled with our success, has been such that wenre now enabled to otter extraordinary Inducement to our customers and tho public la general. Wenre determined to knock the bottom out of high prices, nml i 111 sell GOODS OX INSTALLMENTS As Cheap as They Can lie Nought IJlse where lor Cash, nnd we make this extraordinary olTcr that custom ers tan make their ou u terms tu regard to payments. Come nud kp the Largest tilure In the United State. Come aud see the Largest aud Most Vnrled htock lo .select from, Lome after you hae posted ynurselvel on prices nud terms elsewhere, and we u 111 guarantee you that (IIMIOAN'S INSTALMENT HOUSE (the Old Rlllli), On Now- York Atenuo, between 1311s mil lltli Streets ', V., Is the idnee you Here looklnii for. Come nnd be con vinced Unit h hat tie say nro fact, aud no htiuiLug, W e- repent, come and make our oivn terms nt QROaAN'S. MIoMrt4ca (I'orinorly with AI, A. Coniioll)), 25 . mill St., Sew York, Saratoga, am, Long ilrancli, AUK NOW Ol'EN AT THE RIGGS HOUSE. A I.nijo and Very lllesam Slock of Imported Costumes, Dinner, Reception, and Ball Dreses, Wraps, Bonnets, &c. Just itctlKd fiom (he- lending hornet of Loudon nudl'iirl,. Tlusegooilsnieotl perfectly new aud fresh, having been ordered specially for tlieWaih Injton seasou, and will be sold at Loss than Oost of Importation, Jel2 Bi TT EVES 4 CO., V!IXARD'3 HOTEL STABLES, Corner Fourteenth and D streets tiorthnett, n-firuch Offlci at Ut Arllattoa, We Are Ready To-Day ! A GREAT OCCASION! Ucginning This Morning an Enormous Special Sale of Muslin Underwear. First, we offer: - Lnellcs' Night Gowns, ruflleil nml trlmmcel Willi J.lncn Torchon I-acc. Ladles' Vnlltlng Sl.lrte, with deep licm nmt nifllcil llouncc. J.nillcV UiunltM, tuclicil nml trlmmeil with I.ncc, Ladles' Drawers, Trull of tho Loom Mus lin, wide hem and Hamburg flounce. Misses' nnd Children's Drawers, embrol dcrcd runic, nil sizes. Ladles,' Corset Cover", pcifcct llttlng, handsomely trimmed with Ilambiirf; (lus sctlng mid I'dgc, nlso I.ncc. Children's Mother Hubbard Dresses, em broidered yokes. Infants' Night downs, 0 elrcs. l.ndlcs' and Nurses' Aprons, wldo lucks and lone; strings. At tho uniform prico of 25 events. This Is the most Important salo of Muslin Underwear cter mado lu Washington, and affords an opportunity of securing first class, reliable garments at much lets than regular prices. sViVVVir For Othor Styles please notico our Window Display Every lady who can reach our store should not miss the oppor tunity of at least seeing these bargains at THE BON MARCHE, 31S-31S Se-verLtli St- ILT.. "W- Will close at 6 P. M. during January and February. The Great Mark Down Kingr's Palace, 814 SEVENTH STREET N. W. In order to closo out our cntlro stock wo havo marked down tho fol lowing Goods t SOO dozen Felt Hats, sold formo rly at 75c, selling now at Soc. 50 dozen Felt Itats, worth 1, selling now at 50c and 00c. CO dozen Felt Hats, worth $1.50, sold now at 75c aud $1. 100 dozen Corsage, Bouquets, at 22c. 100 dozen Finer Corsage Bouquets, at 35c. 100 dozcu Finest Corsage Bouquets, at 50c and 75c. Sills: "Vel-vets cSc "V"Ql-veteen.s At Manufacturers' Prlcoa. SPECIAL SALE OF KID GLOVES AT THE FOLLOWISG TRICES : Four-button Jouvln, deslrablo colors, nt 05c. Btlll better qualities at 75c, 87c, and $1.00. SPECIAL CLOAK SALE AVo aro determined to closo out our cxtcnslvo stock of Ladles', Misses', and Children's Cloaks. l'rlco no object. . Elegant Berlin Diagonal and Silk NowmarkcU at $5, $0, $8, and $10. lluselan Circulars, Vlsltcs, and Jackets at $5, $0, $7, and $3. Seal Flush Coats aud Vlsltcs at $18, $30. $35, and $39. Children's and Misses' Havelocks and Newmarkets at $3.50, $3, St, $3, and $0 only, Wo advise all in need of Cloaks not to purchase until they have examined our Stock and seen our Prices, KHSTGPS PALACE, 814 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST. , sfcBBBLjpJLJLJsJlLKe!fijBA SLjcJH Jk LlsJu. tub OrmnA.'s? atsraun-raa towzo. 7iuiirj)ac(l at a Remedy for General Debility, Hlteptenntu, Nervous J7.laii- ((oii,Jjiiej)slu.Jtii)n(rrif Vitality, Ifcuralvlti, Jlhoumatlim, anil Jlrohai'Down Coiiitltutloni, (TRONaLV KNDOFSSD UT THE USDICAL FHOFESS10H. BOZ.23 S-ST XJIitTOOia'Ta L2T33 X!3i.XX:XSO. Prepared by Iliindy & Cox, x.3 N. Ilownrd Bt., Hultlmorc, aid, HHWAlti: Olf IMITATIONS. XAKli O.VLT Bit. nKNI.ltviM. J. W. BARNES, Second, we offer : 1 lot of .Muslin Underwear, comprising Night downs, Chemises, Drawers, Skirts, nud Corset Covers, mado of flno Muslin, latest stylos, trimmed with rows of embroi dery and Torchon Lace, nt tho uniform prico of 75 Cents Each. Theso goods arc really wotth from $1.00 to $1.15. Our Third Offer Consists of nu unapproachable lino of 1. ndles' Chemises, Night Itobcs, Drawer?, SUIrts, nml Coraet Covers, elegantly trimmed with cither Loco or Embroidery. Vo shall cell llio Uno tit tbo uniform prico of 98 Cents Apiece. Wo guarantee these goods to bo worth from $1.23 to $1.43. Firm Representative. PP" GUINNIP'S, 4.04 and 400 Sovonth Stroot, Continue Great Sacrifice Sale GUMS, CLOTH MM1EKTS, WALK1HS JACKETS, and BEWHSRKF.TS At 50 Per Cent. Less Than Manufacturers' Prices. Housekeeping Goods, Consisting of Table Cloths, Linen Damask, Linen Sheeting, Napkins, Towels, and l'll low Casing at attractive prices. Corsets. Ono lino reduced from 75c to 40c. Ono lino reduced from $1 lo 50c, Ono lino reduced from $1,30 to 75c. A few sizes of the famous C. 1'. at greatly reduced rrlccs. Close Buyers will Iltitl it to their THE LONDON BAZAR, No. 715 MARKET SPACE, .Great Mark-Down in All Departments. 10 CENTS Wo havo received a lino of FELT HATS, all Iho best and latest shapes, which tvo aro selling at only 10 CENTS. Ono lot best quality Felt Ilats at only 60c. 23 dozen finest French Felt Hats, only $1. Great Mark-Down Sale In Ladles' and Children's Merino Vests nnd Fonts. Ono lot flno quality Merino at 37c. One lot beet All-wool Merino, ouly 07c, and all other quali ties nt greatly reduced prices. SUJe Volvots only 82o a yard. Clonics. Clonics. Clonics. Newmarkets at $5, $0, $0.50, aud higher prices. Visiles from $0, $7, $8, $0, $10, and higher. Children's Cloaks, Children's Cloaks, from $2, $3, $4, $5, $0. aud higher. Millinery. Millinery. Flowers, flue Bouquets, 25, 87, to, and 75c. Tips, Flumes, Tips, Flumes. Flno Ostrich Tips, D In a bunch, at $1, worth $3.25. Homo nt cS7c a bunch. AU Faucy Feathers reduced. Wo aro headquarters In Cierman Yams, Saxon', Italian, and Gcrmautown Wool. Embroidery Silks at 8c a dozcu ekclns. Zephyrs, all shades, Co au ounce. LONDON BLZiLR k715 MARKET SPACE. Weighing the Pig. Since the ist of January we have been "weighing the pig," and find well, never mind what: that is of no importance to you, but our conclu sions are, for we have determined to give our customers some Extraordinary Bargains in Clothing Made to Measure. Wc have just "got our grip" on a large assortment of Imported Qoods in the piece, comprising some forty or fifty different styles, and made by some of the best manufacturers in the world.- In "the season" we expect to make a fair profit on our wares, but at this time of year we arc willing to make ud these goods, not "regardless of cost," but quite regardless of "profit." Ve have never handled any fabrics superior to them in actuil value. The style is excellent, and, all in all, they arc Tho Biggest Kind of Bargains. These goods arc usually sold by merchant tailors at $$o to J!6o a suit. We have never sold them for less than $45. Now they go at S33 a suit. There will be no lowering of our "standard ot work," but everything will be up to the mark, except prices. We have also selected about Twenty Styles of Cassimcres, and cut prices on them from $2 to J57.50 a suit. Now is your time. E. B. BARNUM 8c CO. 931 PENNA. AVENUE. SINGLETON IF! ! 1 i lofflM anil mm 415 Seventh Street Northwest. Special Sale Wo have succeeded In purchasing a largo and handsomo stock ot l'ortlcressovcry ,J much below the regular prico that wo arecnablcd to offer such coods as havo been brlntrlnS W HO a. pair at $17.60: extra length and width. Also a vory beautiful lino at $40; .former price, $50. And In tho samo proportion down tho cntlro list. Some very nice onos as low as $3.75. Theso goods cannot ho duplicated at tho prico wo aro offorlng them. Wo havo nl6o determined to placo on salo a very completo lino of Laco and Madras Curtains, some of them of our own Importation, at such low prices as to defy compoUtlon. Our stock ot Carpets and Fumlturo will bo found full and completo, and at our usual low prices. WE ARE DELIVERING CRUSHED COKE to any part of Washington or Goorgotown, at tho rato o $3.70 for 40 Bushols, and $2.50 for 26 Bushels; and COKE NOT CRUSHED 40 Bushols for $2.00. 26 Bushols for $2.00. ORDERS PROMPTLY PILLED. Washington Gaslight Company, ' jf Tenth Street, their Before Stock Taking ! i Hosiery nnd JIcu's rurn!shlug.s. 100 dozen Flccce-llncd Hose, unbleached nnd colored, full regular made; former prico 10c, now 25c. 'Wo nro now offering a great bargain lu n few sizes of tho KtUictla Shirt, laundered; sizes, 14, 17, and 17J; reduced from $1.50 to 75c. A full lino of Laundered Shirts. Former price, $1.10; low 85c. Full lino of Unlaundcrcd Shirts at very popular prices. Latest styles In dents' Collars and Cults. Interest to Call anil Examine. Hosiery. Hosiery. Hosiery. English Derby Striped Hoso for Children. cd Hoso f and 25c. regular mado, only 20 and 25c. Ladles' Fleeced Balbriffgau Hose, only 25c; worth 40c. Kid Gloves. Kill Gloves. Ladles' 5-button Black and Colored La Jouvln Gloves only87cj4 buttons at 75 aud CSc. Hnudkorcliiofs. 50 dozen Llucn Colored Bordered Hand kerchiefs at 8c. 50 dozen Colored and Whlto Linen Hand kerchiefs at 10c. 20 dozon All-llncn flno Shccrcd-llncn Handkerchiefs at 25c; worth 50c. Furs. Furs. Furs. 1 case Black Hussion Haro Muffs at 77c: worth $1.25. ' A few sets of Lynx Muffs and Vlctorlncs only $io a sot, worth $25, and better quail- & FLETCHER, TT 1 1 I TTT I ' llIs sTeelsI near D Northweit, upiioistery '