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THE "WASHINGTON OBITIO, TUESDAY EVENItfG, JANUABY 8, 1889.
THE HOOOOO 0F PINE GULCH,
31V PATinSCB STAri.ETON.
From the Splill of the Timet,
1)111 Cnrltsto.snysH.'s spelled with ft V
rm' n on, but, ns I'm writln' this story,
It Will bo run ncqonllu' to my Idco of tho
word nu' Us gine-rcl aocepinnco In tho
camp. I'm known In tho Gulih ns
Cnp'n, fori wont tlown tlio Grand Inn
punt onco on n bpt; they wns four houra
bfltigln' mo to, anil tho wator I took In
my system thon 1ms sot mo agin It an n
bovorajxo ovor senco,
Ohoyonno, or Jim Wilde, ns his ro
lashutm writes him, wns a nntorol borncd
hoodoo, and, though ho might nrgtio fur
hours ho wnn't, tho camp knowed belter,
Ef ho cyor como in to look on a fronly
gnmo of dinw, tho sucker Wo was try In'
to bent, or tlio Etmlistimnn thnt "didn't
know tho gntno, yor know," would
' scoop In ov'ry chip on tho tnblo. IIu
j got tlio miBSunory apcerlt on him onc't
1 nn' wunt down to DurnoRo, way 'mongst
tho Utcsj they ain't bad ns Injuns go,
biit he'd hadn't bin missuuorylzln' 'um
six wooks 'foro thoy rlz up nn' wont on
tho wnrpnth, nn' it cost tho Stnto
thousands of dollars to pnrslfy 'om
Chuyenno got his nnino In tho early
days of tho town by that untnc, nn', when
ho left, It got n boom, whilst I kin tes
tify on oath half tho population nforg
ho dopartcd was a movin' to Denver.
'Uotit flvo year ago wo wns slttin' In
Wnlson's saloon, connected with his ho
tol, nn' tho last the wurst In Ban Junu
county (nn' by them words no one kin
say I'm runnln' in n jinid nd fur my
board in my story), when wo sou Choy
onno loom' down tho trail on his bron
cho. Thnt nnlmnl of his is tho wust
ensoof clear ugly In tho Hockies. I've
soon him jump nil of four feet, stiff leg
ged, straight up in tho air, Ohoyonno
sllUn' thcrq sorter umilln', cnim ns only
n hoodoo is under such sarcumstances.
Doo Bennett wns soltln' by me. Doc
come over from I,ondvlllo for prnctlcln'
'thoutndiplomy;ho'dmado some littlo
mistake an' tho man died. I dunuo as
tho-modlcal porfesslon ain't got tlio same
rights as n pioncor to lay out his mnn,
nn', after all. bciico wo'vo cot civilized
out in tho Rockies, doctors is tho only
ones ns kin kill folks an nawthln' said
about it. "Doc," says I, "Choycnno's
got that moony look on him an' suthins
goin' to happen '
"It was thoSnlvation Army last tlmo,"
nnsweis Doc, lookln' kinder tired; "wo
lied to git 'om out in tho night artor
Bcaman Kives was hurt."
"Wantor know," I says (I was raised
In Maino but gdt away young). "I've
boon up to my mlno tho lnrst month an' I
hnln't hcord thoro wns if row. Mectin's
wns pretty lively though, 'foro I loft."
"Wnlit was ono nlnrhtthoy wes glvln'
experiences, nn' ono of thorn leftouents
of tho porsunsion rlz up and glvo that
histry of a mnn sho called Lijnh, that
got left off n mule train, or suthln', on
the plains, an' wns foil by rnvens. which
was tho bird of them Scrlptur lo
calities, Thon Ilincs rlz tip to nrguo
thnt ho rend an' b'lioved thorn words
wan't transorlatcd right an' thnt tho old
wurd in thom dond lnnwidges meant
Arabs as thiovin' n gang ns Injuns an'
it wns n heap more sense to mo then that
bird idco. Tho lef tenant got riled; said
ho was weoKed an' begun to cry, nn' ns
usunl, taklnc tho woman's side, Oliey-
enno got up lookin' ugly an' glvo nines'
theory n shnkin' ur. tlion nines an' him
clinched, nines wont under, theory nn' J
nil Mm Inftnnuuf lint..1 nnml lrtl!.. ,,''."
has bin lame oyer sonco, ravin' over
eunoo, tho b'ys says, for gull. I never
took no stock In them, bird-fed patriarka
Jest then Ohoyonno ridos up, throws
his brldlo rein over tho hitch post, an'
snuntors in, IIo don't nt fust sight in
Btriko you ns n hoodoo of you'ro enny
acquainted with 'era; ho stnns six fut
two, wears a blue flannel shirt novor
seen him in n bilod onelikes corduroy
parnts, that hoj tucks In his boots, an' a
sombrero with a rattlesnake 'round it us
n hoodoo should wear. Tho story that
goes with tho snnko is n sign fur'n gin
crnl break UP of tho gang wlion Choy
enno cits so fur gono In liokor us to begin
it. IIo wears long hair liko thom soup
peddlers with tho prizes thnt vou don't
git, or them thnt docs po'try fur tho
couutry wcnkllcs (joko); his is sorter
ynller with n curl in it, nn' his mustaoho
Is tawny, Hghtoj'n his skin, which is n
good deal bronzed; his oyes porter shndy
, under long Irishes is alius smilln' Inner
cent un' ploasin' till ho's mad (frequent),
then thoy'Vo got n glitter, nn' tho vigi
Jonto rises in lilm. Ho's born boss, too,
nn' thnt fur n hoodoo is pu rty hnrd on it
camp, nn' wo ain't hod, a sticnk bciico
he drifted in two year bo foro t''o re
mains of a busted mio in f -t
"Wo see tho Idco wurkln' in 'him as lit.
stood thoro at tlio bar twirlin' his mus
tache, sizin' us up. Ho wn3 nppeariu'
purty prosperous, nccordin' to our usunl
ovldctieo of It, fur he'd his dlmunt ring
on that was so woll knowed to Lovi's in
Lead vUlo.thnt tho old man made out tho
ticket "fur tho limit," as Ohoyonno
would toll him, when Choyeiino opened
tho shop door .
In tho moicl wavo that comb In with
tho Salvation Army siverol momlnont
citizens wns oblocged to lenvo the Gulch,
nn' Bomo got so took with thom drums
,nn' tamboreens that thoy went nrter the
army fur good (Doe. says it was tho lof
tenants that dono it), nn' login' 60 many
tnxpayurs lias made us sorter ugly on
Clieyonno's improvomouts. Why, not
flvo months before, nil tho spare money
in the Gulch hed bin took nwny by a
capitalist, Ohoyonno said was from llos
ton, nn' w8 nrter n. mine to buy, an wo
found out was a porfossionnl from Snu
"Ho's on tho trail of n lnnorvntlon,"
says Si Bates, strokln1 his red chin beard,
"isoo thnt look on him in Summit
County, whon he run fur Sliorlli on tho
Itanuhlicnn tlokot nn' they rolled up tho
hlggost Domociatlc majority ns wns ovor
heerd of hi tho Stute, Thom high morul
wavos of Ills is ad bad fur n plucons them
tidnla in Toxns,"
"I've jest gutbnek from Lcndvlllo,"
"Town thoro yot?" I nvskB.
"I guess you dono 'om up," says
Bates, his oye on the dimunt.
"No, tho day I got thoro thoy Bhet up
all t(io gnmblln' houses. Gone n fur
"Oh, ho nlnt no hoodoo at nil," wlU
pern Dpq to me. "I wouldn't plough a
ilcld to plnrnt of I knowed oven Ida shud
der 'ud fall on it."
"I hed snino dust along," fiinllna
Ohoyonno, "un I went to the menytor."
Asniter glnuiel sigh of Ulbgouragomont
follqrud, mluuled with some swenriu'
like the smull of a sulphur mutch, ef
you'ro In fur po'try.
"Oner Klmkospeor's plays, nn' I soilor
reckoned tho drainer would improvo the
"Drums hnln't," mutters Doe, who has
n natural bout fur gettlu' hlinsolf dis
liked. "lit," Oheycnno goes on In that nwful
quiet wny, "they would lust let in n fow
now Jokes to tako tho plueo of thom old
ones that was never omiythln's but boss
wit ennyhow." (Thoy did sny Doo wum
u )ioss doctor, im C'liqyuiiiio wns thq
only ono us dared twit him of it,)
Thoro wasuH much fun in tho play,
thnu','h mostly mui'Ofi'i bent Ailouv or
Sloutiiny iu their wustduys, or J.eudvillo
In '70; ns full of crimo as Missouri under
the Jnmos b'ys. When thcro want
nuthln' olso goln' on thoy run in tho
ghosts of the corpses to slow muslo nn'
red firo, nn' ono old still, with his throat
cut, como In regular to banquets. Ltko
ooino of this Gulch, tlio old man, Unci
both, could aoo things whon thoro wan't
none an' thlsBankorwaaoiiQof 'cm. Then
thoro was thrco of tho toughest old
witches, browin' plson In a soap kottlo
"This camp has about ornuff of
hoodoos'n old wlmmon, too," muttors
Doc. "Ef they wns young nn good
looking, 1 wouldn't kick; but them old
dirges is played out."
"This is n now thing," says Olioycnno,
sorter nwluird, fur ho ain't no cddlcutiont
nn' though ho's nil of .thirty, ho can',
much moro'n read nn'writo brought up
in Idaho. "I met n feller In Lcndvlllo
thnt, thnt" (Choyonno sorter hesitated,
lyin' wan't novor handy to him) "thnt
knowed tho follor that writ tho plnvl"
, "Thoy fooled ye, then' says Doo.
"for them plays wns writ thrco hundred
yenrs nco, an' I kin provo it,"
"I'll bo denied I" cried Hates. "Wns
you going to run in thut old hayseed on
"Tho Bible's older than thnt," Obey,
enno says, sorter airily; "ns fur old whis
key, I wouldn't like to pay fur tho jodg
incut of this crowd on thnt, of snmnlcs
"But thom wlmmon," Bates muttered,
"Young or old, thoy don't bother mo
none," says Ohoyennc. "An' n man
tbnt's pnyln' alimony to two freckled
wlmmcn in Kansas, red-honded at that,
ntn't got no right to bo a critic." (SI hod
slch nn oxporlonco, ns was gluorally
knowed, an' Cucyoiuio's mcm'ry is nw
ful.) "So chin in, b'ys" (boldln' out thnt
sombrero), "llochostcr, tho bend of 'tho
show, sod he'd put it in tho pnpors. I
guaranteed $500. but $350 will do. Tho
lvo wns jest to look big."
ttuuu uiu ,uuiiiii in run oy a oorneu
hoodoo It kin only nnto up nu' look
"Thorn coin don't go 1" says Ohoyonno
tome. "That pluggod quarter nn lend
"Only fun," I says, as I drawod 'om
"Oh, I say," calls tho bartender, "git
thom coin in circulation sumwhnr olse,
glvo tho gulch n show, I'm tired of
hnvln' to wntch out for 'om."
"I've kcrlectcd a hundred," says Obey,
enno, not noticln' lilra, "an' I guess I'll
go up mountin nn rustle nraong the
So ho slouches out to go gnllopln' up
tho trail to drag bllnkln' in tho sunlight
from thoir shafts an' tunnels them feller
erector gnomes (I found that in Doc's
dictionary) to hold 'om up according to
tlio pay streak thoy wns wurkln',
'Bout supper tinio ho nn' tho twilight
como dropnin' down mountain together,
nn' ho hnuls up to my door to talk to my
wlfo. Ilira an' Mnrm is great freus,
Cheyenne's poplar with wlmmon mostly,
which Bates says, apoakln' from somo
oxporlonco, is a sure sign of a hoodoo.
Mnrm Is ono of them old-fashioned wim.
men that's nlghest nngels as Is seen, nn'
ns gamo an' old pioneer as over crossed
the plains In nn ox-cart. Sho au' Olioy
cnno both has an hincrcont way of not
sceln' nawthln' wrong in things, an' tho
queerest sight you over sco was them two
to a show ovor in Leadvillo, where thoy
had a balloy, thoy calls it, an' Mnrm
readies over to Ohoyonno, smilln' nnd
showin' her stora tooth, though slio's loft
her glnsses to homo. "Don't them chil
drundo wonderful, Mr. Wndo?" says
she, thinkin' thorn gals in short gowns
young ones. Mnrm nn' Ghoyenno's
IMntmOhicngor lived next door neigh
bors in Bowdoinhnm, Mo., wheu -thoy
"I've got tho two hundred nn' fifty,"
ho snys, "nn' Mrs. Cnp'n, you must bo
sure nn' como."
"Ef It's a propor play," smiles Mnrm,
"but, dearie mo; mooba I hadn't oughtor
gittho taste fur slch vanity."
"You wun't in Tine Gulch, old lady,!'
says I, An' lor, cf ahe wan't 70 on her
last birthday I'd hov to keep an oyo on
her an' the hoodoo, for she sets n stora
I went ovor to AVnlscu's nrter supper,
whom I sco Bates sottln' on the porch.
"Thoy'vo come," says ho, "tho wim
men's got short hair nn' tho mon wears
thoirs long, an' thero's ono fomnlo six
foot tall. Sbo does the klllln', I ciu'latc.
Looks like sho'd break up a camp in n
week. Itcd-hcadcd. I guess slio's come
from Kansas. I'vo seen some liko her,
Cboycnno says her talk made chills creep
down his back an' sho jest looks assassina
tion." A thin, worrled-lookin' man wns
drinkin ntthobar at Clieyonno's cxnonso,
"That tho husband of the big onu, says
Bates, stroking his board. "He's got
ono plcco of luok; ho don't havo to
play at it in tho drainer, but gits killed
nt the start. I b'liovo thoio is four
kings in tho play, an' that's gincnilly a
-unnln nana 'copt wnon iioc's got the
"Missus ltochoster has bin called the
greatest actress in 'Morlca" bays tho
iittlo man, slppen' his whiskoy to' make
it last, liko ho wasn't need to It, Why,
oven now sho kin make my llosh creep
when sho says, 'gimmo tho daggers,' "
"I'vo folt that," says Bates, when
similur wlmmon has jest called, 'come
lost then a slim gal in n ragged gown,
n limp hat shadin' tier faco, glides In un
kitches ltochoster by tho sleeve.
"Mister llochcster," sho says sorter
brethlcss, "tho MUsus wants you; her
jaw's all swelled up, un' she's nwful; snys
you quit guzzllu' und tend tor bl.ncss."
That littlo man went out- tho door jest
liko n strenk'of light, nn' the gal gigglfld.
"He's alius got onq kinder juwin , not
It's t'other kind."
"Metuphorically an' physically," says
She giggled, "Them's jawbreakers, I
guess." "Another gigglo. "I'm iu tho
play. I run away from lowy. I wnn't
thoro long (sorter npokigizln' fur it).
Ain't got no folks. My nnmo on tho
stngo Is Miss Howard," Sho giggled
nglii, an wo nil tried to cot a look iindor
that hut. woln' a thin, freckled faco an'
u pair of big, dark eyes. Sbo wns tho
thinnest orontuio, jest a mass of olbowa
"What do you piny?" asks Doo, "A
A giggle. "Naw, a boy thnt gits, killed
in in tights," haugiu' hor head.
Doo whistled softly. "Mebbo tho
drutiior ain't so bad," ho Bays. "That
killin1 is the fust hopeful thing I'vo
heerd of it." But I begun to seo tulhiro
In tho uir as the crowd did.
"I feol funny iu 'pin," with n shy
goiter gigglo. "I I nln't built that er
way, but 1 kin do u witch bututul." She
went out, nccpiupnuled by seven distinct
giggles, When their echo hod died uwuy
no rcmiuks was. miido about OhuyomiQ's
drumer, though tioiuu talk wns hep' up
about various shows the ciowd hed scon,
which hasn't no place herein.
That night Marm, in her pumpkin hood
and cape, nn' mo nut nut fur tho hull
whero Cheyenne had rigged up a stngo,
nn' borrerd Marin's snap-kcttlo fur tliu
witches, an' our purler cheers fur the
kings to sot on, un' I knowed oven ef
Murm didn't liko tho piny she'd be bomo
interested In sceln' hor piop'ty come on,
nn' thnt it wnn't hurt none. As wu
come up tho stairs wu sco Ohoyonno sol
liii' tickets to them ho couldn't li ml iu
the nrteriioon, un1 Kouhcstcrcountiu' his
two hundred n' fifty. A couiilo of
prominent citizens slmt uy us, twin down
i upid, Choymiu Imvlii' Hied 'nn fur
tryiu' to get iu 'thout puyiu', uu' 1 nco
him glvo Atkins Mlllor his monoy buck
in' tako his ticket nwny from him,
"That's u little toppy, Choyonno,"says
I. "Ef Mlllor is a littlo full, mebbo boM
foil nsleop nn' dono.no harm. I'll lay
big odds ho'll be the only ono as kin
"I know Millor," says Ohoyonnc.
"Ho's that impulsive thnt when ho sees
them witches, hi his condition he'd bed
tho drop on 'om lnamlnlt. We ain't
goin' to havo no row front scats for
you. Mrs. Cnp'n."
The fust thing that showed tho hoodoo
was llochcster lookin' worrit, coniln' nn'
sayln' Mrs. Bochcstor, owln to the
agony of an nchlit' tooth an swolled'jnw,
could not play, but her part would bo
took by Miss Howard, her undoratudy.
Doc, who was scttln behind mo, leauod
"Git ontor thnt; tho glgglln' one,"
Choyonno, lookin' determined,
wns guardln' tlio door, nn'
tho lnrst in was a Ohinnmou, who paid'
his dfry's wages fur tho fun of sottln' on
tho wooil box an' scoiu' Christiuns make
fools of theirsclvcs.
"Them Chinese don't novcr git rnt
tied,", says Doc; "they've not tho ad
vantage over us. Choycnuo's us palo us
Wall tho play begun on' the witches
dono their cooktn' aud cussin'. I recog
nized ono by tho elbows nn' f nlnt giggles,
nn' then I soo disaster when that one
como out as Mrs. Macbeth, In n red
cotton velvet that trailed ns much
boforo as bohind, for tlio original was a
T'Dcnrio mo,' says Mnrm, "I would
liko to pin up them soauiscs.
"Sho can't fill the part no moro than
tho clothes," grins Bates.
On top of her hair, that was douo up
tremendus. wns a gilt crown thnt wnn't
hor size no. that toppled forord, glvin
hor rakish look, an' kcopin' this on, an'
hor gown, nu' follin over tho trail, kep
ho so busy sho furglt liarf thoro was to
sny, Macbeth, a big, tall feller, thin an'
green as a saplln,' hod stuffed his stockinn
with cotton, Ical'lato., that groduul
worked down intor knobs, givlnr him a
quoor look that led tho audienco to call
him "bow legs" from tho start. An' then
Mrs. Macboth. She got her oyo on the
Chinaman an' begun to giggle, an' kep
it up, though tlio original pinched her
bohind tho scones, whero wo see hor with
her head tied up iu llnnnel, nn' Hoelies
ter shook her till her teeth rattled, but
you can't stop a gal thatgigglos. llochcs
ter, arter ho was killed as Dank hi', riz
up an' ployed a sight moro characters,
endiu' with that ono with his throat cut,
that .Macbeth, liko somo ono in tho
Gulch, could sco whon no one else could,
nn' that bed a promiscus way of droppin'
tcr banquets, spllln' Macbcth's relish fur
"I do wish, Cnp'n," says Marm, "that
thom wltchoa would bile him down In
my soap kittle an' make a sano crootur
Whon the hired gal was tollln' Mnobeth
his wlfo wns doad, somo ono says: "It's
about time," nnd then a cabbage land
knows how it wns smuggled in, fur
Ghoycnno wouldn't lot no ono out
between tho nets hit tho boreovcdorlght
under tho enr, follorcd by an ogg at titty
ccqts a dozen. Then Choyonno Jumps
on tho stage with Ills revolver an' gives
out his intentions of runnln' tho show if
It ended in a funerol, on' that sorter
stopped tho vegetable critics, but there
was a lot of funny remarks made.
But interest sorter rose when a man
named M'cdufl! an' Mnobeth had a light
with tin swords. "Lnud, ef thoy should
out 'em!'''mnrm says, dreadful worrited,
Tho audience termed sides; bcttlu'
was high, nn' tho fun grow lively, but
our man was winded from tho" start,
ilosin'u his folks, klllln' kings, sccin'
witches and ghosts, an' foro he'd harf a
show ho wusknockod out. Thoy was
goin' to drop tho curtain thon, but wo In
terfered for justico an' another round.
'The play don't end that wny; It
ain't Slinkespeer," says llochcster.
I looked nt mnrm to see cf sho wnuled
to go, but, lor, the old lady's blood was
up. "Snmuoi," sho says, "that poor
man nln't had a fnir chnrnce; he'd ought
to havo another try with thom papor
Gutters, an' I don't feci no interest iu
that DuH wo nln't hnrdly seen him,"
I rlz up. ''Choyonno, I says, "you
kin bo rcferco,but wo air coin' to have
sulhin' for our money, an' that light
will bo continored.
It were, publiq sentiment boln' fur It,
nn' Macduff wns', laid out. Marm sont
him ovor our nrnlky hottlo artor sho
wont homo; she' war dreadful tickled
'Bout midnight I sco tho stngo ornwlin'
up the tPnll over tho mountain, au',
though it was moonlight, I wns feel In'
purty tired; bin ovor. to the saloon, on'
wan t suro hut it wore mirage.
"Is that tho play folks gittlu' nwny?"
I asked Choyonno, who oome slouohin'
along, lookin' sorter glum.
"Yop," with somo swearin." "I got
'era away 'fore tho b'ys' knowed it. Did
vqu seo what tho Lcndvlllo pnpor sod.
I bought up nil thatl como In the
stngo? I lit a match im' send:
"A compnny of horns murdoicd Mno
beth in Ilall.lnst night, oHonplng by
daylight bforo tho vigilantes could re
organize. Most of tho ladles were gath
ered from thu lunch counters along tho
railroads, nnd tho mon walked with the
loulng gait peculiar to canyjng tho hod.
llochcster will bo romombored ns the
prlzo fcoap pcddlor run out of Loudvlllo
two years ago," etc.
"Wal, there won't noshootin'," I says,
sorter to choor hhn. "It's mighty lucky
most of your Improvements kin git away
In tho night."
Then I sco suthln1 black Ivin' in tho
doorway of an old log hut. I wnn't suro
whether It was Miller or a doyg, so I
stirred it with my foot, an' up riz that
gai that played Mrs. Macbeth, her leotle
self shaklu' with sobs.
"It's only mo," who cries. "They've
dropped mo; said I wan't no good. An'
I hnln't a f rou' nor a cent In the world. I
couldn't help latlln.nt tho queor.ono with
the pigtail, liko them plcturs In tho go
ogropfiy, but ho was alive."
"As much na thujn Chinese is," I puts
, "Como," says Ohoyonno, layin' his
ban' ou har arm, Bpeakin' awtul kind.
"I will tako you to t)io house of tho best
woman In the world, on' tomorrcr we'll
seo what l;iu bo dono fur you,"
She hesitated, lookin' sorter scared.
"Won't you trust mo," ho goes on, with
thnt tnkin' auille of his.
"I guoss I Uln," sho says,
lookin' out under tho nrm she
hold over her eyes. "Hut," with a
soi tor giggle mi' sob combined, "you'ro
such such a masliorl"
Cheyenne knowed he'd never hoar tho
lastot that in tho camp, but ho led the
COLO IH HEAD
Easy to Uso.
AlirtU'ly lsiiiplk-a Into ciiuti linatl'll niulH
iiKrvUtinln rrlftiMlvnilltnt )ili!ult;liyinall,
rcRUIfiml, (In cent 1,'I.Y llliOl'UUUS, 6(1
uii'tm lititU, Icv York.
way to my homo without n word, an'
lor, Mnrm, would a took in a coyoto of
ho nrsked hor to.
Two dnys Intor tho stngo wnitcd fur a
pnrsengor who como up nlong tho rend
with Mnrm. Choyonno an' mo was
partners In scndln' the gal to his aunt In
Ohicagor to bo mado n seboolmarm of.
"You wunt to git a sight of lcnrnln'
and bo a way up lady," says Cboycnno
solemn, "an' I'vo told tho gang you wns
ffoln'to bowlthmyoldmnidnuut.'nn thoy
wun't never throw up to you thom .piny
nctln' vagrcuoles of your'n. Good
byo." Sho takes lcavo of Mnrm nn' mo, Mnrm
llkln' hor mighty well, nn' then goos up
to him, her little fnco wet with tears.
'"lhoy says you'ro a hoodoo, Mister
Choyonno," sho sobs, "nn' I'll go buck
on you nn' wun't) bo wuthn nawthln';
but I Bwcnr I'll work hnrd to bo eddlcntcd
au' do you proud, nn' you'ro tho kindest
nnd hnrnsumost mnn 1 ovor sco."
Sho kctchod his hnnd nn' laid hor
chock ngln It. I fnrncy Clioyotino wun't
never furgit tho touch of thnt warm littlo
mouth, ns wo lookors-On wun't tho pretty
pictur' sho mndo. An' oven a historical
giggle when she rid oil didn't nrovoko
enny of tho gang to say ono slightln'
From thi Dttrolt Free P) HI.
"Seals," tald Mr. Nowlaml, "havo advanced
121 per cent."
"l)o you go to London to buy Alaska
"Always. Thoy jiass right through Detroit
on their way there, fciit dcnlors order tho cured
ntid prepared (kins Iu England. I fanoy that
If ladles could sco them In tho pickling vat
thoy would not rnvo ovor them ns lhoy do
when thoy are. In clonlts. Thoy pass through
many hands before thoy nru worn."
"What Is tho dlffereuco betwoon tho Bouth
Sea seal aud tho Alaskaf"
'Thcro are no Bouth 8ca seals now, tho
Hhctlnud foal has gono out. All seals conio
from Copper Island or Victoria. They ato
tho bachelor seals that nro Ulllcd. Tho fo
malcs arc not molested. I declare tho woathor
doesn't mnko n bit of difference In sales. Wo
havo sold mora soalskiu cloaks and caps for
presents this year than ovor bcroro."
Advice to Motliorn.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup should al
ways bo used for children teething. It soothes
tho child, softens tho gums, allays all pain,
euros wind colic, and Is tho best remedy for
diarrhoea. 25c. a bottle.
A CiiKtomor'n HtrniiRa lllunclor.
From the A'tio York W'tekly.
Dealer Hero, mlon front Is you change.
Eight tollers from tea leaves two tollars.
Much oblige und I hopo
Uustomor Eh wha sco hero! You ara
charging mo four dollars each for thoso
"Hut etactly tho same stylo of shirts In tho
window uro markod fifty conts."
".Mien front, a lino shciitlcman liko you
vpuld not vcar dose shirts In dot window.
Doso nro paper shltts."
Hoecham's 1'llls act liko muglc op a weak
Giieat 1WHCJA1N3 in shoes, caued by fire, at
Family Bhoa Stare, MO Savonth Street.
The Innurunaa Company
Is paying for your shoes. Call und got a pair
at greatly reduced prlcos ou account of Uro.
Family Shoo Store, BIO Seventh street.
Trousers to order, $1,150. Klseman's, 7th 4 E.
It wns Mrs. Mulliooly.
From the A'. 1'. WuUij.
IIo (trying to play a trump card) As I
passed your house last evening I thought I
hoard an angol slaclng.
Sho (stlllly) I was at tho theatro last evon
Jpg. Mrs. Mulliooly and her two twins were
at our house vlsltlug the cook,
Ifftt Uhe laying
BOOTS AND SHOES DRESSED WITO
NEVER QET HARD AND STIFF,
Alnirs look ne&t. EnnaU (CQod for Mn'(,Woran'a
er Child's Shoes, No blacking brul required, and
the pollahlns is doqoln tbre minutes trlthout labor.
WATEUritOOlTind warranted to prcaerra
Ieattwr, sad fceepa It soft and durable.
Bold b7 Sao? Sterol, Croccre, PraggUti, 4a,
Try U on your Harnett
WOLFF & RANDOLPH. PHILADELPHIA.
USE IT FOR SOUPS,
lleof Yen, Huucuguml Miulo DIbIics.
EXTRACT of MEAT.
N. U.-QKNUINR ONLY WITH l'AO-8I.MII.K
Ol'IlAHON LIEIIIO'8 UiqUATUllU IN HI.UK
INK ACUOSS LAlltL.
Sold by blorokeuriera. Grocer and DriieKlstn,
LIKllia'S HXTIIACT 01' JIBAT CO.. Itil, Lon-
1Vrltc reRiirillne tlia
US A DO IiNnox Will. n. 0., I
I,ompn, Nov.aStll.I88B, I
QETr,Ml!l: Wo consider tho I'OMrtlllllt
woll daservlne thu imtleo ot nil who wish to
lucBU'Vo und bo4iitfy thulr leoth, ami It may
ba ilesurlbcd its (liu im plus ultra of looth
blushes, fiKouou it. aiati.ani),
n T1I011AH 0, JIATliANI".
AT ALL UHUQCllbTS.
T lyiLUAJl l.KK
f (Buooossorto llonry I.oo'ii Sons),
-,T3- NDHETAKH 33-
U3i! VENN. AVKNUU N, W.,
Pranoh oflioe, 41)8 ilarylund nvo.a. w.
' I'UMNIBllINil UNDKIITAKSK,
Uiu 1'anu. avu, u. w., between 'M and -llflsts,
Kvertthluii llrst uhi.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ulia l'ISNNA, aviw
3S" iHUWNKi AHI C
3Cs 1:33.0 Oxx3-y 3Iao
SOLD DffiECT TO TUB COHSUHEB
BY THE IVTANUFACTURIsR.
Fair white hands.
Soft healthful skin.
nPEARS'-TliB Great English
Alt Klttiifa Attil Atv(n
ov Dnss omuls for Mm
Aro the Oholoen that can bo had.
Cor. i 5th and G St?
The quickest way to
find out the kind of
OVERCOAT you think
you want is to come
right in here andr toss
over our stock. It's
perfect. You can do
as well as if you had
come in October; and
the more stress a gen
tleman lays on his no
tions of essentials in a
fine Overcoat the bet
ter. We like the pleas
ure of pleasing partic
719 7th L S, L Comer 0 St,
FINE FAMILY FLOUR.
GILT KIX113 ur
And you will uhvuj's havo bountiful llrenl
1,,Mfl ,,ii.l 111. mil, a V')ii.l,..nl.t (,.,.. ........ m
.....li ! .....vi..fct.. ., ,,..,uf..i. .,v,n.b. I.UIUUI
i l ucv nirvufc uuu iiiiiiMiiu ikYu'l(
Pniim. A Pn !
1 ttllVW Vft uu.,
wm. m. GALr & co.
k. tp jy
Complexion SOAP.-Sold Evarywliefe."
WOOD AND COAL.
V. Baldwin Johnson,
U'lioliisulo ami ItoUill Ucnlerln
"Wood axi-aL Ooal.
And tliu Wnililiiiitmi (lun Cii.'n CdIic.
Complctornolllttci, lloltnm t'rlcji.
Full Wolulit RtiJ Me u nro.
Wooilnnd Coal dlroot from Ilia forosti nml
tnlnoa by rail anil wutor, and fruo from ihu,
tlaio and other linpnrlUos.
OIVK MU A TllIAr,.
Mnln Yuril und Ofilco. 1101 It. I, nvo.n. w.
Ilranch nil A at. . a.
Ilruuuh " " SlOUSnt. d.w.
llrauuli ofllco for orders, cornorToutUand I sti.
Ilranch oOlco fur ordcrj, corner lllth ami il ili
All oonnoctod by lolephono.
OVfill A MILLION MbTHIBUTm
Ltd. 0. JL.
LOUISIANA STATK LOTTfilir COMPANY
liiournoratod by tlio Loslslaturo In IHOSfor
Kduoatlonal and Charitable imrixwiin, and tt
franchlso mado u jmrtof tho proenUitatu Con
ntltutlon, iu 1870, by au dveiiwiiklmimi roru.
Us OltANI) KXTltAOHDlNAUy UHAWfN(53
takoplaoo Soml-Annuatlr. (Juno and Doccmbor),
and IN tlllANI) 8IN0I.B MUMIIKK DltAWING
tako pinto In each of tlio otlwr ton montln ot
thu yoar, and aro all drawn In nubllo, at tho
Academy of Music. New Orleans, La.
Wo do hcroby certlty that wo supcrvlyQ tho
nrranscmonts for all of tho Monthly nnd Semi.
Annual Drawing or tho Louisiana Stati
Lottery Co., and In poraou inannio and control
tho Drawings thiimtolvoa, and tbat tho namo
arqeouductud with honoaty, fulrnos, nnd In
Rood fultli toward all parties, nnd w nuthorlr.e
tho Company to uso this cortlllcato, with fao
'Imllei of our signatures ntlachod. la Its advor.
G. T. BEAUREGARD,
J. A. EARLY.
Wo the undorslirned Hanks and Hankers will
FT. a'.' llrlw drawn In tho toulslnnn Statu
Lottorlog, which may ho presontod at our
Jl.M. WALMSI.KV, I'rer. I.n. Nut. Hunk.
1. I.ANAWX, l'rnst, MUite Nnt. llitnlc.
A. HAM) WIN, l'niat.N. ). NaU Itiuilc.
C'AKI. KOIIN, VrmU UillouNut. llunlc.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING
At the Academy or Music, New Orlimns,
TUKJiUAV, Junuury 10. 1H80.
GAPITAL PRIZE, 600,000.
ai)0,000 Tickets at Twenty Pollars-"ctlcll:
Halves, 810: Quarters, JRi Tenths,
$'J; Twentieths, $1.
list op rmzKa. "
x rmzB op 5300,000 is stioo.ooo
1 I'KIZKOV 100,0001s 100,000
li'itiZKOP ro,ooois no.ooo
11'ltIZEOl' l!5,000lj 3.1,000
IM'MZKSOF 10,000 aro..... 'JO.OOO
B PHIZHsOli' .5,000 uro...... 'J3.0IM)
25 I'ltlZLS 01' 1,000 uro 35,000
100 l'KIZKri OV fiOOaro no.ooo
'ftOOrKIKKaOK' UOOaro (10.00(1
ooo i-uizua ok aooaro loo.ouo
100 Prizes of $500 ara 3 r0,000
1 00 l'rlzcs of ;i(0 aru , . , , UO.ooo
100 I'rlzoa of 200 aro 30,000
OOOPrlzosof 100 nro 00.000
00!) l'rlzes ot lOOnro Oti.oou
3,131 Prizes, nmouutlni? to $t,orl,K(o
Notb. 1'Iokotn drawlns Capital Prizes aro not
ontltled to terminal prizes.
DSPou Club Kates, or any fnrthor Inrorma.
tlon doslred, wrlto IcKlbly to tho undorslcnod,
clearly stating your rusldcnco, with Statu,
County. Street nnd Number. .Moru rapid re
turn mall delivery will bo ussurod by your on
oloslnc an Knvelopo bearlns your full addroii.
Bend Postal Notes, r.xpross Monoy ardors, of
Now York Uxcbaniro In ordinary letter. Cur
renuv by Express (at our uxpenao) addressed
M. A. DAUPHIN,
Now Orleans, La.
Address Itoctstered Lnttorit to '
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
New Orion ns, La.
nKMr.MIlBIt THAT ONR DOLLAR Is tho
Prlco of tho smallest part or (motion of a ticket
lusiicd Iu nnv druwlnj;. Anything lu our immo
offered nt u less prlco, Is either a oounterfult or
"IlKMISMBCTt, also, that tho paymunt of
Prizes Is (IIIAUANTKKD 11V KOUU NATIONAL
HANKS of Now Orlouns, and tliu Tluketa nro
(.Ifjned by tho President of an Institution whosu
cliartorekl rights aro roeoRtilzod In tho hlhost
Courts; thurufrjro, bowaru of till Imitations aud
all anonymous schemes."
Du. U. C. West's Nznrn " HnaiH Tasir
MZNT.aBuaiautood snuoIHo for ilysturla, Ulzzl.
neas. Couvulslcns, Pits, Norvuii NouralKla,
Ileadaoho, Nervous projlvatlou caused by thu
use o( alcohol ur tobacco, Wakefiilnuss, .1Icut.il
Doprosslon, buflonliiK of tlio llraln rosultliu lit
Insaulty and luudlui; to misery, decay and tluath.
Prom ituio Old Aku, llarrouuess, Loss of Power
In ultliornox, Involuntary Lossns n ml ypermator.
rluta caused by ovor-oxertlon of tho bruin, self,
abuso or nver-ludiueeiiie. lMeh box ooutulni
ono month's Iruatniunti $1 a box, or six boxes
for $5, sent by mall nreimld on roaelitif t,r00
WKtillAUANTKi: hlXIIQXiJS '
tocuro anvciso. Wltheacli order renolvud b
us for bin bows, uooompanlud with S3, wo will
tend tlio purchaser our written guarantee to
lefund tho money If tho treatment does not r
' feet u ouro. Ciuarantoos Isstiod only by ).
, oilKlsriANI, Druirglst, Muiji Augst, 1st
Pcniiu. uyu botweuu H and (Hli sts,
OUTHK MQUOIt HAIIITOAN HI'. CI11(1S1)I1V
AUMINISTUUINU Dlt. IIAINLV
Car. nu given lua vup of coffoo or (04 without
thekuowludKuof thoiKir.oii tnklnclt. Itlsub
solutuly haruiluss, ami will cIToot a iieriuaiiuut
and speedy euro, whether tliu patient Is a moiler.
atuilrliikuroriiuiUculiollo wivuk. It has been
Klu'iiln thousands of oases, mid In every In
staneu a norfect ouro lias followed, IT NU Villi
PAILS, Thosystoinonoa ImiiruKnatod with tho
bDcelllo, It becomes uu Utter Impossibility for
tho liquor apputlto to uxjht, Kor nolo liv S. P.
WAUU. under tlio Kbhlltllnuio; It. K, IIELI'II
llNS'i'INl!. Fourteenth stiout and Vcrmout avu
HEALTH IS WEALTHI
M&Ji&&i-JL. JtfeTn eath c m'1
iii ik A ..a ... iXiltui tt U.j i
Tho GroatTPonnsylvania Routo
To the North, West and Southwest.
Double SfVack. Splendid Sttnrry.
titcrl llnih. Magnificent Equipment.
Il irrzor JANUAnT 0, 1880.
Trains lenvo Wnslilnaton. from station ooraorof
Sixth and 11 streets, a follows:
plnr J3pY.,; a tho West. Chloago Llmltod
laiVJSaw f llln VosUhulod Cars at O.ao a m
St K'inft'Ui M0Ji8,w,tt m ,Ial"r to ClnclnnaU and
cinMniiWltlliH fjOI'lDKCani from Pittsburir to
oirSntn5J l."?'1 ""fr's'xu-H 9 rjt. Louis; dally.
AHomia arrnT t0 Ca'gHBo.W tbSIoep ng Car
nKV'AT' .Western Express at r.W
PJ'1' lT1ltIlu,s'cTcn,nC Can Wiishlncton to
llnrrllfr?,,!.1.,. U,"L' connecting dally at
ami Mm3.fflth,Jl,,R'l'h Slooperi for Loulsvlllo
ini . PHHP?.,, Itv,clfloKxnresMl).unp m dally
sffe!i'MF,.?ml lhB. Wcgt with throuh
Sleeper to Pittsburg, and Pittsburg to Chicago.
1'ALTI.MOIti; AND POTOMAC ItAILItOAD.
for lmftni'.?' C'i,f"lnlffua and Jlochostor dally;
10 m '''"""i1 Nl-wnradnlly, oxeept Hatunlay
IIocIicmc?: "leoplnff Cim1 Washington to
ojSi"n'm'iMMiM"'Q"T' UKk ,lnTCI andKlmlraat
bjw a m dally, except dnndav.
nmi'i'tr,w. Y.'i'A? aml tho Kast. 7.30, 0.00.11.00
Humlny; ocx) n.40 a m, 2.0), 4.10, 10.00 and
r ir. ti m'n i' i ",?'' K"Pross of Pullman Parlor
Silr. wTlf. Il.nl,7a,rf,!pt tt,,d 3'S "ra
dnv!" J,g"',',,' without ehango, 2.00 p in every
?"n!,,'JnRL'IfT"al thrnujh trains con
ZL j" ior'?7 clt?r wt'i boatn of nrooklyn
Aiiiiox, affording direct transfer to Pultun
York ('it"'0 s Uouljl0 ferriage across New
Pon Pmuiitr.niiAl 7,20. 8.10, 0,00, on and
n 'I1? "''-W. 10. 0 00, 810, 10 00 and 11. SO pm.
ttl'M1"'11'" a m, 300. 4,10, 00O.W.1O,
!'.. '" ' P m. Limited Kxprois. ull parlor
dhifngcar m ,Tock",Jav,,aot 3--P P w da"y' wllh
Pon IUI.TIMOUE, 0.35, 7.90, (110. 0.00, 0.40, D.tm,
nm W i';i lm- "os-" . 3-. . i SO. . W.
om nn-' VStVW"1 UM m 0a Sunday,
e.lu 10.00 and 11 30pm.
.Jo'.!' r'"'K'l Cnzic Lmz,7.S0 nmand4,40pni
Vou ANHAroui. 7.20 and 8.00 a m,.0S. 4.M
1' J" i dully, cscept Uuudays. Sundays, V.ooa in,
ALKXANDIUA A niEDBIUOKSliUnO HAIL
WAV, AND ALKXANDRtA A WASH
Foil Alkxamiiiua, 4.80, .83, 7,!, 8.40. 9.45, 10.57
nm, 12.04 noou,a.0),,4u, 4.2. 8.00. 0.05, H.05, 10.03
und 11.37 p m. Ou Sunnay nt 4.30, 0.45, 10.37 a
m, 2,')0. 0 oi, 8.03 and 10.05 dm.
AccoM uiiiiatiom for Qnautlco, 7.25 am, and
0.00pm weekdays. '
F;m lticiiMoNu and tho South, 1.80 10.57 a m
dully and a. 10 p m dally, oxcept Suuday.
nX"i,,'1 leavo Alexandria for Washington,
W IW' w 8-10. 10-. " 'n. 1.20. 3.00. :U1.
B.10, 0.SU, 7.03, 9,-y, W,U and 11.00 p ra. On Sun-
"U!I ?' ,0 Bnd 1.W n. 2.00, B.10, 7.03, .W
und 10.43 p in.
TleketK and Information nt tho oSlco, north
east corner of lllth street and Pennsylvania
avenuo, and at tho station, whero orders can bo
left for tho cheeking of baggage to destination
from hotels nnd residences. ,
criAH. v.. mimr
.1 It. WOOD,
Uuu. Pass. Agent.
Baltlmoro and Ohio Pailroad.
Schodjilo In offoct Doo. t). 1888.
Lcavo Washington from station corner of New
Jcrsoy avenuo and O street.
Ppa Ciiicaoo nnd Northwest, Vostlbuled Lim
ited oxpress dally 8,63 u, m., expross 0,05 p. m,
Fou Cincinnati and St. Louis, oxpress dally
3.00 and 11.10 p.m.
Pon PirrsBunti nnd Clovoland, Vestlbuled
Limited express dally B.&3 a. la. and express 0.03
Pon Lexinoto.n and Looal Stations, tl0,10
Foil UALTiMom;, week days, 5.00, 8.30. 0.10.
7.80,8.80. v.4 11.00 (15-mlnuto train) a. m ,12.10,
a OS. 3.15, (I.Vmlnuto train), 8.25. 4.!!0, 4.35, 5.:W.
0.43.7.30. 0.45 aud 11.30 0. in. bnndays. 030,
BJO, 0.13 a. m.. 1.15, 2.03, 3.25, 4 JO, 4.33, g,13,
7.80, 0.43 and lLWrTra.
., Fou Wat Stationb betwoon Washington and
Baltimore, B.OO, 0.40, 8 30 a. m., 12.10. 3.23, 4.S5,
0.4, ll.:io p. m. Oa Sundays, 8,wJ a. m., 1.13, 3.23,
1.35, 0.45, 11.30 p. in.
Tiuins lkave llaltlmoro for Washington at
6.10, 0.20. u.ao. 7.20, 8.(0 (43-inlnute train), O.oo,
0 o.., 10.30 (43-mlnuto train) a. m.. 12.15, a.W, 3.00,
4.10, B.OO, O.ilO, 0.30, 8.00, 10.00 and 11.00 p. m. Ou
Sundays, 0.10, 0.31). e.uu. 0.00, 0.03, 10.30 a. m.;
1.15, 2.00, no, 8.00, e.30, 8.00 10.00 and 11.00 p. m.
Fou Annai'olis, 0,40 and S.30 a. m., 12.10 and
4.33 p. m. On buudnvs, 8 30 n. m., 4d3 p.m.
Lcavo Annapolis 0.40, 8.37 a. in., 12.03, 4.10 p.m.
bundays, 8.37 a. in., 4.10 p. in.
Fon Stations on tho Jlotropolltav Branch,
tp.35, $10.10 a. in,, ji.is p. ra-, for principal sta
tions ouly; tlO.10, a. in., 71,33 uud .: p. in.
Fan tSAiTiiensuunn and Intermediate points,
tO.OO u. m 712.30. tl. 10, 5,33. tll.20 p. m.
Fou Horn's and Intorinodtato stations, t7.00 p.
in , jio.oo p, m.
Ciiimcu Tuain leaves Washlngtou on Sunday
at LIS p.m., stopping ut all stollons on .Motro
Ton Fiieueuick, 10,10 a. m., t4.33 and 3,30 p.
in, Sundays, 1.13 p. m.
lfou IIaoihistowx, tl0.10. m. and 8.30 p. a.
Tiiains AiiiuvB from Chicago .dally 8.33 u. m.
nnd a.iisp. in.; from Cincinnati and St. Louis
dally 0.20 a. m. and 1.35 p.m.; from Pittsburg,
8.35 a. in., t7.20 and 'J.3J p. m.
Ton PmuniKU'iiiA and Wilmington, dally, 8.15
a. m 2.03, 1.20 and 11.30 p. m. Uuffet Parlor
Cars on tho &15 n. m. and 4.20 p. in. trains,
blccplngs Cam on tho 11,30 n. in., open at O.oo
FoiiiNTrjnMvniATEroiNTS botween Daltlmoro
nnd Philadelphia, 0.3O a. m 2.03 nnd tl.30
Tiiains i.kave Philadelphia for Washington,
dally. 8.30, 11.00 a. m.,:4.30, 7.00 p. in. and 12,03
tExcept Sunday. Dully. SSundayonly.
Ilaggagu tailed for and ohooked at hotels and
rosldcneos on orders left at ticket oQlcui, 010
nnd 1U&1 Pennsylvania uvonuu.
W..M.CLKMB.NT.H, CIIAS. O. SCULL,
tlmi. .Manager Uun. Pais. Act
Piedmont Air Lino
ScnznuLB in ErrzoT Novkmbkh 18, 1888.
8:.'!Q a i Katt Tennessua Mali, dally for
burg, und stations between Alexandria and
Lynchburg, Hoauoako, llrislol, Knoxvlllo.Rnitie,
Calern, .Moniiromcty uud Nuw Orleans. Pull
man Sleeper Washington to Now Orlouns.
11:'.! I a M-l'ast JIall Dally forWarrentoo,
Ch'irlottosvllle, (lordonsvlllo, stations Chesa
peaku and Ohio Itouto.Lynohburg.ltouky Mount.
Danvllluund stations between Lynchburg and
Dauvlllo. Oreonsborn', lUlelgh.Cburlotte.Colum
pla, Alkon, AugusUi. Atlanta, Ulrmlnslmm,
.Montgomery. Nuw Oilcans, Texas uud Califor
nia. Pullman Sleeper New York to Atlanta.
Pullman Purlor Cars Atlimtu to Montgomery.
Pullman bleoners Montgomery to New
Orleans. and Mann Uoudolr Sleeiws
for lllnnlnglmm. Ylcksburgand Shrevo
jiort. Pullman hleeperdreonNliuro to Columbia
and Augusta, bolld trains Washington to At
lanta. Does not connect far O. and O. rouu
3,30 V m DAit,r. Qioapt Sunday, for Manassas,
Strusburg und Inturmudlatu stations
S.30 1 ji. Wkhtbiin Kxrnzjs dally fur Warren
ton, Uordoiuvlllo. Charlottesville, Louisville,
and Cincinnati, pullmsu Sleepers and solid
trains Washington to i-outavlllo; also for Lynch
burg, HrUtol. Chattanooga, Memphis, l.lttlo
Koek and all Southwostern ix)lnts. Througli
Pullman Sleepers Washington tu Memphis with
11 pu. SoiiTiiKiiN fcxrnxss dally for Lynch
burg, Dsnvllle, lUUiilgli, Ashovlllo, Charlotte,
Columbia, Aiken, Augusta. Atlanta, Montgom-
ry, New Orleans. Texas and California. Pull
mia Viwtlbule Sleooer Vllshlntoll to Now
Orleans vlu Atlnuia and Mon'goinury. Pull
man hleupor Washington to Auguota, Ua with
TllAINH ON WASIIINUTON AND O.'IIO DIVISION
leave Washington 0.00 a ra, dally except bun.
(tuv.iind 't'lft n in, itallyj arrive Hound 111)1
11: IH a mand7at pin. Iteturnlng, leavo Hound
UIU 11 03 a in, dully, uud ltUA p m, dully exoept
buuday, arriving Washington 8:U0 a m and U:53
TiinnuoilTiniNSfroni thu South, via Charlotte.
Duu Mound Lynchburg, arrive In Washington
7:00 a m uud 7::i5 p in; via Kast Tennussee,
IlrUtoUnd Lynchburg nt 11:111 a in and O; lo o
in: via Chesapeake and OI1I0 route and
Charlottsvlllo nt I): 10 p m and 7:00 a ra. Stras
burglocul ut 0:17 a m,
Ticui.Ts.8leDing-eiir reservation and Informa
tion fnrnlsned, and baggage ohooked at oftlce,
liioo PcmuyivatU acnuo, and at Passongtr
Mutlon, Pennsylvania Hallroad, blxth and fl
"tr0,UJAMK8 L. TAYI.OK Gen. Pass. Agent,
Chesapeake and Ohio Route.
Schedulo tu offeet SKl'T. Ill, 18.i8.
Trains leavo Union Depot, blxth uud II streets,
10:ft7 a, in.-Pou Nr.wi'or.T Nkws, Old Polut
Comfort aud Norfolk, dally escopt Suuday. Ar
rholu Norfolk 7 11. in.
ll"Jla in Fou stations on the Cnosapeaku
nnd Ohio tit Virginia. Wot Virginia aud Ken
tucky dally except Suml ly. Bleeping oars Cllf
ton Forgo to l.oilugton, Ky.
r:!10 p. in, Fast Wkstshv Kxrnuss dally.
Solid train, with, Pullman liuffot sleplng caw
to Loulsvlllo; Pullman snrvleuto Cincinnati, bt.
Louis, Mvmpuirt and Now Orleans.
Oftloo, Q1Q Pennsylvania avenne.
11 W. Fl'LLKH,
Civil Past. Agent,
'PEERLESS DYES &Sfffivr