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THE WASHINGTON ORITIO, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 29, 1885.
i ust m:cutvi:ii a pini: x.inii
Men's and Boys' Clothing
At prices tlmt will defy competition. Men's
Cnsslmcro Suits, from iS tips Men's Overcont,
from SI CO to $a): Child's Ovcrconts, ngo 3 to
lnp, Wlo. School Hnti our Jl MIo' nml
lov School Shoos, solid Mo. IIol Flannel
slfrtnnd Drnwcrsi good hits for Mo. and
Jl! Hoys' Plnglo Pnnts only 60o.
telling Cheap tor Cash nt
IQH AND 1010 l'KNN. AVE.
o ii o tjh: i nsr a-.
1111 l'KNN. avunui:,
flf sua. .... un. nl InM MAM .hnnllMil . flAntln.
Ui my unu .luii.Kiiiuwii, nun ivtmtww. uv .
men, plcnso cull, Inspect and Icavo vnur or
ders nt tho Leading Tailoring Establishment
of Wnshlngton. Dost Goods. Rest Trim
mings. Nono bnt first class workmen out
ployed nt 1111 Pennsylvania Avenue.
3B:. 3D. B-AjFLIR.
Importer and Tailor.
JJ, . . jw.
PILLS OF TANSYA"ac,r.
ways effectual. ftiated particularity cts. Wll
cor Spcelllc Mcillclno Co., l'lilladclphln, Pa.
1 nmnnntlvo of England, nnd whllo I was
In that country 1 contracted n terrlblo blood
poison, nnd for two years mi under treat
ment as an out door patient at Nottingham
Hospital. England, but was not cured. 1 suf
fired thumost agonizing pains In mybonos,
nnd was covered with sores nil over my lmdy
nnd limbs. I'lnally I completely lost nil liopo
In that country, nnd sailed for America, and
was treated at Hooxoiolt In f lilt cltv, nswcll
ns by tt prominent phvsh Ian In Now York hav
lug no connection with tho hospitals.
1 saw tho advertisement of swift's Specific,
nnd I determined to giro It n trial. I took six
bottles, nnd I can pay with grcnt Joy that thoy
linvo cured mo entirely. I am as sound nnd
well as I over was In my llfo.
l. I'jiim HAt.ronD.
New York City, Juno 1 Jth, 1853.
In March ot Inst year (1681) f contracted
blood poison, nnd b lug In Snyanndi, (lu , nt
tho tlmc.livent Into t ho hospital thci o for treat
ment. I sulfcrcd cry much I rtun lhcumatUin
ntthosomotlino. I did not get vvoll under tho
tientmcnt there, nor wns I cuied bynny of tho
mini means. I hav o now taken soven bottle)
of Swift's bpeclllo nnd nm sound and well,
it drove tho poison out tlooush bolls on tho
Kkln. Dan Leaiiv,
Jersey City, N, J., An. 7, 1833.
Treatise on Wood nnd Skin Diseases mailed
f i eo.
The Sn ift Srrcirio Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta,
Oil.; N. Y lWW.-DilHt.
HAM nn .ra wrts
lotion. i3, S
Heals Sores. Jto
Sores. Jto-triy" 'g
of Taste, Hear-
A quick Keller.
a result curc.B-1 AY-EE VESK
CKKA1M HAX.M has Rained anonvlnblo
reputation, dlsplnclng all other preparations.
A partlclo Is applied Into each nostril; no pain:
agrccablo to use. l'rlco coo. by mall or nt
druggists. Send for circular. ELY BROS.,
Druggists, Owcgo, N. Y.
Tho Original nml Only Genuine.
Btfu Mil ; lUllbl, ntwtr of worthlf mm ImlUlIooi.
iDdltrenitMs to LADIES Ak your rufffflt frr
lilclictr'iiEnKllhT-ini tkka no other, or lacloieot
(iArap)to m for pftrilcuUri In tttttr 7 rftarn mail
NAME PAPER. Chfeheator Chemlonl Co.,
ttffl U MuJJon hquui, I'liliaJn., 1'a.
At Iruca'' Trnda mpi He ly 1 toller X Shoo
xnuLr r, I'll 1 lad clpblU) l'u
A SU1V -DISCOYKUY.
Instant relief for Cold In tho nead, Soro
Nose. "Nose Hlossoms," Catarrh, Hay 1'over,
&o. 130. a box. For ealo by all druggists.
ejMlnir Premature Decay. Nervous Dsbllity, It
Msnlionit, acbaflne trlod In vain every kuowu
remedy.haa dlscovoreit a ilraplo means ot self-euro,
whlph ho will eend rnitU lolilsfellor'-imffrrors.
ory. iNDlsi'UTAlir.u l'lioors. Hook
by mall, SKAT.KD, l'lli:i:.
!itu; jiiaucAii co.. limraio. .v. v.
MANLY VIGOR ?r"oonm,0,tvrStei
I'olly, Abuso or Kxcckhcs, promptly rc
Btored by u now and onsy method, quick
results. Spanish Trochees nro luirmloss,
iulck nnd luHtlnc t'enlcd lloulc I'ron.
" T..Pn,'J I'ff"1 ' ' Iwjl used. lam all
vfll.",S. h. For.
VN (lllAIir TllOCIIKB CO., 00 Turk
1'lnco, N. V.
m it a plennnnt, lure cur.
HOOTS AND SHOES.
ICowtstliotlnioto look about for tho right)
I laco to ouy your 1'ull and Winter bhoud. In
our stock embraces owrytlilng donlrablo In
slilo nnd duality to which wo uro weekly
adding new lines, In
Misses' and Children's
wohaothobcst makes for wear and com
we call your special attention. If you want
lino Kiench Kid Countess nnd lliittnn.
I Ino patenf I.eat her (.Mnirress and Ijico.
lino 1 rcuch Calf Coucross LacounUIlutton,
nil of thqbot makes.
Hut tho shoo that talks for stylo, comfort,
perfect lit and good v. ear Is our llnocnlf,
sow ed. In o cry frtylc, Including tho WAUKK.N
I'HAb'l' at S3, tho best fchoo for tho money
that can boold.
DAL10N & STRICKLAND,
(lit!) ITiinn. Avenue.
One-Price Shoo Store.
to A. L. HAZELTOH,
SX VIZ Seventh Street,
Un.ler Old-follows' Hall.
V. C. Hurt's Hue bhovs for Ladles a specialty.
am io.h st. ."?. w.
U.7 l'J. Ate. Hast.
I have a lot of lflno Shoes, my own make,
tnat I will toll at a bargain, Ulvo roa u. trial.
llratiCll Office, 012 llthst.n. w.
New Front llcco The Solf-Dressliig.
Having recently fitted up a
In connection with ray PATENT I'ltOCESS,
1 am prepared to furnish
1UAIST1IAT10NU 'AT NKW VOHK PRICES.
Photographing cm Wood f or tho Tiadu.
41B IUJiVMNTU STKKET Mi W.
F, ror SI nml up: Hoys' (ivcrcouis, wj i m 11,
from S5 upwards: Hoys Biilts, ngo 4 to 1 1, SI
nnd 81, up; Hoys' School Suits, ngo 10 to II,
13.60 to V; onr 46o. Undershirt nnd Drnwcrs
f.nr.l n IkmiIi llovs' S5c. 8 i rt. 2..0. l'nlll
T7 only. nnnTr
1VKAKNISS. No UunuK-
On fof tetilng dnjs, when n storm was near,
At, tlio fntm-liouso door I lmo stood in
And cntii;lit In tho distance, faint but clear,
'J ho sound of n train paislng far away,
Tho warning bell when tho start was made,
'J lie engine's pulling of smoke unseen,
Willi Iho heavy rumblo ns tho vtlicols
Across tho miles between.
And so sometimes on a moonless night,
Wlit n the stars ehlno soft nnd thu'ulud Is
To my listening soul, In tho pallid light,
Coma tho trembling voices of long ago.
The luucfiil echoes when liopo was joung,
Tho tender song of lovo serene,
And tlo throbbing rlijintlini of passion's
Across tho rnrs between.
.Margaret W. llntnllSon.
ONLY HIS SISTER.
.lug Tnvcin was tho dciulcst mtnliig
cntnp In ldnlio. So every ono sitlil who
could toll Iho dllTcrciico between n,
mining enmp nnd a cnmp-mcctlng.
Tlicro hadn't been over thrco inoti
killed tlicro nil winter, mid tills linl
not been becnuso ot it lack of material
or nbsenco of provocation. Two
Chinese Iniiiulrymcn had boon located
on tho main slice t stneo early fall, nml
two Pnn l'miiclscd gamblers had spent
a fortnight In tho town nnd when they
depnrtid tho foimer owners ot some
thing like $22,000 worth of dust
motnnca its loss. Tucio wns inn
1cil.il enough to lnnugiirnto a come
tety, as tveiy ono remarked, nnd
tho fact that none of It had been
ull!lcd wa? what lend those conversant
wllh tlio subject to nllmlo to Its Ufa lu
tho past tense. Tho boys woro sitting
around Hie Move In tho l'ny Dirt saloon
one evening lu curly fcprlng, discussing
this lnincutnblo contliliou of nlTnlrs,
when Jim, tlio bartender, laconically
"Fiio over nt tho Cup laU night."
"Whcicnbouls?" Inquhed u stalwart
miner, whoso checked shltt had given
him tho uamo of Jollct.
"Tlio schoolmaster's shnuly," said
.""Well," lespoudcd Jollct, with fine
contempt, "served him right. Had no
business to start a school nt tho Cup.
When they begin starting schools In
Idaho mining camps it's time for men
to dig out. Vo got schools wheto wo
como from, eh, boys?"
"What hecumo of tho schoolmaster's
daughter 1" inquired ono of tho boys in
the back part of tho loom.
"Daughter, did you say?" Interro
gated Jollct, whllo tho other Hstcncm
began to exhibit signs of Interest in the
"Yes, his little gill: what becamo of
"I didn't know ho had a girl. How
old Is she?"
"Tlicro you get inc. I ain't a good
judgo of girl s ages. Seems to me
bIio is about twenty,"
"Well, now you'ic talking. As
pretly ns aroso. Tlmt's what they call
her over nt tho camp 'Thu Iloio of
Tin Cut).' Didn't you ever hear tell of
her? That's funny. Sho's tho girl
that brought Dick Stubbs through tho
fever. Left her homo and went tight
over to tho shack and stayed there,
boys! Stayed tlicro night nntl day go
ing on four weeks a-nurslng that great,
big, good-for-nothing fellow."
"Is that so?" inquired Jollct. Well,
I'll bo blowedl I dldu'tknow thcto wns
n woman within 100 miles of here. And
you say she is pretty?"
"That's what I said," replied tho
olhcr, sententious!-, "and when I say
a thing I mean it.
This was a statement no ono felt
like disputing, liowover much ground
tlicro might have been to doubt it. An
oxpetlcuced miner soldoin disputes
with a man who is aroused about
n ttivial matter unless he is (hunk.
"What did you hear of tho girl?" in
quired Jollct of tho barkeeper.
"Ilurncd to death," replied that in
"And tho schoolmaster?"
"Dead, too. The story I hcaid was
that tho Arc tnoko out in tho middle of
tho night. The gill tried to put It out
without waking tho old man. Her
clothes caught Inc. Ho woko up. Put
'cm out, but she died, and so did he.
IIo never got out of tho building,
lloastcd rlglit there. He could 'a' got
away all right if lto hadn't stopped to
look" after tlio girl. That's tho story I
heard. Now you know all I know'
"Well," observed Jollct, after n mo
ment of impicsslvo silence, "hu wns a
brick if ho was tt schoolmaster. Pity
tho gill died, though."
Tlio silence whicli followed this ob
servation wns soon rudely broken by n
sculllo outside of tlio bar-room door,
which soon gavo way, and n, stianger
entered tho room, stamping tho snow
off his boots, and slinking it Irom his
coat and wido-brimmed hut.
"Had night," ho remarked, us ho
stalked up to tho bar and called for tti
half-pint of tho best In the house.
AVhlloho was (Induing tho glass tho
mlncis liml an opportunity to sl.o him
up. Ho wns tall and squarely built,
loughly dtcssed, and unshaven, char
ncteiisiics which nro shared nllko by
all miners. His faco wns his only pe
culiarity. It wns ugly In spito of its
veil of hair, and his oyos were palish
gi ecu, liko those of n snake. At lit it
glanco ho wns tho opposite of prcpoi
hcssliig, but Ibis made little dlltcrcueo
with iho company picsent. .Manly
beauty was not to bo expected In n
mining cam), and, luckily lor tho now
comer, Jug Tavern was not an excep
tion to the rule. After loom had boon
madu for him In tlio eitclo nround tho
stovo, tho boys wnlted in silence for
him to Mpenk.
"Hns any one seen Hill Coons nround
bete?" lie Inquhed, at length.
No ono replied.
"I'd llko to soo him, that's all," ho
continued, savagely. Then ho paused
for an answer. As nono was vouch
safed, ho lesuuiod: ,.
"Dill Coons Is tlio man l'voi been
after for tho past two ycais, and nil I
want is to get at him."
"What'vo you got ngalnst 11111
Coons?" Inquhed tho barkeeper.
"It's none of your business," an
swcied tho stranger; "but I don't
mind saying It's on account of his
"ills dttughtet?" repeated tho bar
keeper, "What could his daughter
have to do with your1'
"What's that to you?" leplicd tha
stranger, us ho laid his hand on tho
butt of a largo pistol, whllo tho ciowd
edged awny to nvold nny stmy bullots
Unit might chance to miss (heir mat k.
"Dion your gun nml throw up your
hands, quietly remarked tho bar
keeptr, as he Joeled it liugo navy to
olvcr at tho stianger. "Hold up your
hands or I'll innkoalend-mlnuof you."
Without wasting-any woids In o'
nliination or expostulation, tho stranger
hastened to oboy.
"Now," continued tho bai keeper,
without lowcjlug Ids weapon, "tell mo
what you know about Ulll Coons'
"1 know," stninmcrcd tho stranger,
"Hint she is a gaoilifcr-notlilng
Tho sentencowas n6vor finished.
After those boys who icmniuud In
Iho room had Inld tho dead man out
they turned their attention to tho bar
keeper, who wns rubbing his glasses
behind the counter ns If killing u man
wnif nn every day amusement.
"What did you kill him for, Jim?"
Inquhed Jollct, hesitatingly, for tho
barkeeper had demonstrated that ho
was not tho man to ask Impertinent
"Ho inado n remark about Illll Coons'
"Who Is Illll Coons?"
"He was tho schoolmaster of Tin
"Well, what was his daughter to
"To mo?" lcpcatcd tho barkecpor,
quietly. "Nothing very much. Sho
was only my sister."
Co til in en Is on tho Attractions of tho
A largo audience witnessed "M'llss" at
tho National Tlicntro last night, with Miss
Aimlo 1'lxloy In tho tltlo rolo. "M'llss" Is
a story of tlio Hlcrrns, ttltli a profusion of
boulo knives nml pistols. Miss 1'lxloy Is n
viry liaudsoino llttlo ncticss, of consider
able versatility, although "M'llss" hardly
affords sulllclciit opportunities todlsplay It.
Her rendition of tlio liojdciiltli girl of tho
camp was natural and unaffected, 'iho
songs which enoenng wcto loudly applaud
ed nnd encored, although to n critical ob
server It seemed strango Hint airs from tho
".Mikado" should bo tendered In tlio wilds
of tho Sierras. She Is supported by nn ox
ccllcnt company, who mako tho most of
their respcctlvo parts. "M'llss" will bo ro
lieatcd to-night and nt tho tjattirdny after
noon performance. Tlio rest of tho week
will bo devoted to "Zara," In which .Miss
l'lxley Is especially good.
Kale Clntton drew n largo audlcnco to
Albaucli's Opcra-llouso last night to wit
ness her tlrninatlzcd version of "Cnlled
Hack." Tho ulnv Is a stronir one. with
many striking situations. Miss Clinton's
Impersonation has many stronir points.
Her conception of Iho character Is consist
ent and bcr execution Vtas excellent, pir
tlcularlyln tlio mad scene. .Mr. Stocnsou
Is a capable actor, nml inado a decidedly
favorable Impression as Gilbert Vauqkn,
Tho remainder of tho cast was excellent,
snd tlio plccowns admirably sot. "Called
Hack" will continue through tho week.
Hcrzog's Opcra-llouso was crowded list
night. Iho "Chimes of Normandy" being
tho attraction. This blight llttlo open
Is alwnjs euro of a heat ty welcome.
Miss Agnes Kailo mado n charming Her
pohttc, her natural vivacity bolng pecu
liarly adapted, for tho part. Mr. Wheelan
did well by tlio difficult part ot Gasimnl.
Mr. Coventry's Okiii'ciciw and Miss Me
Henry's Oermni'iicwcro well done, whllo
tho choruses wcro smooth and effective
Tho "Chimes" will run through tho week.
At tho Ulmo Museum, "Tho Dogs of tho
Torest: or, tho Cross nt tho Monastery," was
enthusiastically received. Tho wonderfully
trained dogs nro n icmarkablo fcatura of
tho performance which oxclted tho admira
tion of the largo audlcnco. Tho samo bill
will be given uuilngtho wkolo week.
Tkcount of tho theatrical season will
undoubtedly bo tlio nppoaranco of Slgnor
Bahliil at Albaugh's Urand Opcra-llouso
during tho week beginning January 4.
Tlicro will bo four evening and ono matlneo
performance. Ho will appear on Thursday
m eulng, January 7, In "Corlolanus," which
he has added to bis repcrtolro this season
and which Is pccurltarly suited to Ills hull
Udualily. "Othello" will bealvou twice,
on Tuesday evening and nt tho Saturday
matlneo. Tho engagement will open
with "'Iho Gladiator." 'J.a Morto Civile,"
ono of Salvlul's strongest plays, will bo
glcnon 1'rldny night. Prices for admis
sion and scats for Salvlul's performance
havobcen slightly raised, being as follows:
Oichcstraand two lows orchestra circle,
$2; orchestra circle, S1.G0; balcony, $1. Ad
mission, $1 ; gallery, CO cents. Silo ot seats
An Illcgniit ChritUniliH I'l-CHCiit.
I'lnn pier glass, Trench plato-glass,20xG0,
only 5-25, nt Julius Lausburgli's, 315 7th st.
X1W X.ITIOX.IZ, au.uws.
Col. Win. Ci. Mooro on tho liiVectlvc
iichs of tho ailllllii.
Tho Washington correspondent of tho
Omaha lice quotes Colonel W. 0, Mooro of
tho Light Infantry Corps as telling hliu
rtccntlys "I paid a brief visit to tho moot
ing of tho National Guards, and had a talk
about the scopo of their work. Tlio adjutant-general
of tho National Guard which
Is nothing nioro norlcss than the aggregated
mlllttaof tho scvciat States Informed mo
that ho had full general command of tho
whole organization, and conducted all the
clerical work himself. In my mind I then
conti astcd the w ork an Individual performed
with that tho Government cmplojo does.
Adjutant-General Drum rcqulics a largo
force of men to perform about tho samo
duties this ono man docs, nnd I liavo no
doubt this ofllcer looks more luto details
mid takes moiotroublo to sco to them than
docs General Diuni. Tho work of one,
however. Is from patriotism and interest
that of the other Is from money.
"Is tho organization of tho National
Guards nn) thing liko as good as that of tho
Hegular Army!" I Inquired.
"Yes," replied Colonel Moore, "tho gen
eral organization Is very fine; however, tho
details and ornamental business aio left oft
In n largo measure, while lu tho Kogular
Array they nro Kent up as much to kill
time as nn) thing else."
"If jou wcrogolug Into battle, Colonel,
would you rather liavo a brigade ofwell
dillled Stato militiamen or liecjular sol
dicier" "l'or active servlco I would profer Stato
militiamen, Btich as ttiey liavo in Pennsyl
vania, Ohio, Indiana, New Yoik and somo
other States. Tho militiamen light from
pine motives and an Interest In what they
contend for, whllo tho Regulars do It ns a
business, and for inouay only.
TiiAVHi.rns should bo prepared fur tho
change of weather and tho etTccts of ex
posure by providing themsehes with Dr.
Mull's Cough Srup.
For Now Vcur'N.
Fifty cards, nicely eugiavod and copper
plate, for Stic. I.ansburgli & Hio.
GAl'TAW "JACK" HAWS.
On Ills 1Vuy to Attund tho limuKiiiu
tlou of Ills Commander, don. l.ee.
Captain Edward M. Hajcs ("Jack"),
I'ltlli Canlry, aulvcd at the Kbblttllouso
jestciday direct from Tort Iteuo, Indian
Tenltory, and has now slept under n root
only (he nights for nine mouths past, hav
ing been hi the field all tho time. "Jack"
entered tho sorvleo In tho summer of 1SV
as bugler of Troop li, Second Cavalry (now
tho Fifth), of which General Fiuiiugu Uo
was then tho commanding ofllcer, and at
that time aw aim Iiicndslilii was established
between tho boy bugler and Iho comman
der that has lasted until now Captain Hnjcs
will go to lttchmoud, at General Leo's Imi
tation, to bo present at thu lattur's Installa
tion as tlournor ot Vliglula, and then Join
his wife at tilth homo nt Charlotte, M. C.
IIo will bo (.specially icmunbered by tho
publlo ns tho commandant ot President Ar
thur's escort during tho Yellowstone l'ailc
tllp, who proposed to put nil hands In ur
rultindir guard If his professional duties
An Ohio liidycsks what sho6liall glvo
btr mluUter. Try bt. Jacob's Oil. l'lfiy
of retailing clothing nt wholesale prices
(till continues with unabated success,
Kieeman tiros,, corner 7th and 13 streets.
A Vviillel tor ih mU-lct.
In Iho case of Amelia Itobhisou, who
nidi Iho District for 10,000 damages for
Injuries reitivcd front falling Into nn exca
tallou on 'iweuty-llfthand 11 strests north
wtst, tho Jury In tlio Cliciilt Court No, I
this morning returned u veidlat for tlio
At Its Chi Minus celobratlou, tha Gcr
tuaiila Muuucrchor pictenti'd its popular
lender, Protestor Ihnllo K. Mbu, with a
hamkuino bieattpu, repruoutluga l)ro.
Colons. Colds ami Soro-Throat leld
Kudllytiill.il, Douglass OvSou' Capsicum
A Colored fllnn llurncil lit tlio jtllui
A special from Mobile, Ala,, ti tho lul
tlmoro Ainrniitn gives tho following details
of tho terrible woik of an Alabama mob:
A mob of Infuriated cltlzons of Oalnos
town, Clark County, last night riylvcd an
ancient and Inhuman stylo ot punishment
by burning n mm nt tlio stake. This was
the most horrible penalty, cur Inflleto.l by
Ijnch law In this State. Ilio Ucllm was
Alexander Held, n joung colored nun,
whoso crlmo was n terrlblo one, nnd, It was
claimed byccn somo of his own color,
deserved the tortures liilllcttd onhlm, Miss
Carrie llojcr, n beautiful girl about tiluo
tccn jcars of age, on t'rlday, December 18,
left her homo In (ialncstowii to pay avlslt
lo a friend a short distnnco outot town.
Not returning when cxiicctod, her rclatlvos
became alarmed. Search was made, and lu
II, o woods her dead body was found hilt
hidden under n pllo of leatcs. Slio hid
I ecu murdered to conceal a worse crlmo.
'I hero wcro signs of n tcnlhlostritirlo bo
tween tho )oung lady and her assailant, iter
clothes wcro torn, and sho lay In
n pool of blood from tha wound
she had rccclud. Sho was a favorite In tlio
town n ml surrounding country, and the
news of her death moused tho liidlgintion
of tho citizens, nnd tho men gathered In n
hall nnd sworo that her death should be
avenged, It was not n tlmo lo nbldetho
slow process of tlio law. Who was tho linir
dcrci? Alexander hold, a colored man of
uiisaory reputation and well-known about
town, was suspected. It was learned that
ho had been seen In thu vicinity ot tlio
woods lu which her body was found tho day
ot tho murder. Other clues continued tho
lurplclon. Itcld lrid dlsappcired. Ho wns
caught a day or two nttcrtho crime by regu
lar ofllccrs of tho law, and locked up in tha
town calabosso. Kxcltement over tho mur
der Increased, 'iho young lady's funeral
was attended by hundreds of poisons from
tho town nnd neighboring country, and
every innn In that thiong of mourners was
anxious to avLiigo the crime.
Latojcstirday a mob went to tho lock
up nnd succcodcd In gaining admission. A
ropowas tied mound Hold's neck and ho
was dragged out of the calahooso and hur
ileu nwny to tho woods. No further Inter
ference wns otlcrcd to tho desptrnto crowd.
When tho mob with tho prisoner reichod
tho woods night had fallen, A couplo of
lanterns, carried by two of tho leading
members ot tho lynching party, were
lighted. Held appeared parnlyzod fiom
fear. Ills knees shook and his body sank
ircniunng 10 mo ground, no was named
and pushed nloug rapidly lo tho very spot
where hu had murdered Miss Boyer. At
first It was tho Intention of tho mob to hang
him, but when tho leaders began to mako
hurried arrangements for tho speedy execu
tion, sovcral men in the croud shouted:
"lluru tho d d brute. Hanging Is too
good for him."
Tho crowd took tip tho cry. Tho poor
wretch, with tlio ropo around his neck, fell
on his knees nnd begged for mercy. A
few moments wcro given him to pray.
Ho prnjed moro to the men who woro about
to kill him than to l'rovldcuco. The ropo
was loosened from his neck.
"What shall wo do hang or bum him?"
asked the ringleader.
"IJtirn hlml" was tlio chorused reply.
Half n dozen men seized nnd bound him
hand and foot. Ho was then dragged up
closo to the treo nnd chained ti tt tightly.
His head wns chained against tho treo, as
wcro also his nrms and legs. A heap ot
dried leaves nnd shrubbery wcro piled about
his feet. All tho whllo the prisoner begged
and pleaded for mercy. A match was ap
plied to the pllo of fagots. Tho leaves at
llrst smouldered, and tho denso vohitno of
smoko that enveloped tho doomed man
nearly strangled htm. Slowly tho Ihmcs
embraced his lower limbs. IIo crlod piti
fully; then scicamed hi his Intense agony.
Somo of tho mob relented, nnd wanted to
relcaso tho burning in in, hut the majoilty
wero Inflexible, though many turned nway
in horror from thu sickening sight mid left
tho woods. In a few mluutos after tho lire
wns Btartcd tho man's clothes wcro burned
from his body. Tho llamcs shot up high
above his head nnd Illuminated tho woods.
Thoso who w Ituessed It describe It ns a most
horriblo spectacle. 'I ho body burned Into
a shapeless black mass, and tho smoking
remains wcro left 1 lug nt tho foot of tho
treo. Although tho loaders of tho lynching
party aio known, no nircsts liavo been
The Jlnlilitioi'o mill Ohio Itnllron-t
Aio quoting tho following rates: To Chi
cago, $13; to Louisville, $14.60; to St. Louis,
$1(1.50; to Cincinnati, $11; to Indianapolis,
$12, and Detroit, $12, and corresponding
low latcstoall points lu tho west, north
west, and southwest. Fast llmltel express
trains, w Ith throuzh parlor nnd sleeping
cars to destination. Tlmo to Chicago 2.1
hours, Cincinnati 10 hours, and St. Louis 27
hours. Limited train for Chicago leaves
Washington at 9.I3 n. m. and for Cincin
nati and St. Louis at II p. m. dally. Consult
ticket agents 11. A O. It. It. before purchas
ing. Olllccs, 010 and 1331 Pennsylvania
nvcnuo nnd station, coiner of New Jersey
avenue and C street,
Profesor E. I), ISond, residing nt No. (Si's
Vliclnla aNonuo southwest, whllo eating ojs
tein at Harvov's saloon last night wassclrcd
with an eplleptla lit. IIo was icmoved to
l'rondenco Hospital In tho iiollco patrol
wagon, and had notrecovcied consclomnoss
up to a lato hour. UN recovery li considered
doubtful, Professor Ilond Is well known lu
tcraitrnnce circles. Ho Is u member of Minne
haha Lodge, 1. O. U.T.
lhosoclabloelvcnntthn resilience of Mis.
Oodnian, at tho corner of Four-and-a-half and
M sticcts southwest. Inst oveulni;, by tlio
(tulld boclety of draco HpUcnp.il Clruch,
was a most enjoyable oecaslon. Though
dancing was tho principal feiituroof tho even
ing, many of thoso who it let not InduUo lu tho
lantastlo cnjojinent spent tho hitertenhirf
lioiuslnf-oelal games nnd gos-dp liiirlns n
brief Intermission a fcinnptuoiis coll it Ion was
fencdlnthodlnliig-room, ntter which danc
ing was icsuincd and kept up until thu "woo
una'" hours In tho morning. Ainoiu thoso
picEcnt sorro of tho names menllol weio tha
Jll'Fcs Dull co, lilchnids, .Moikabco, Yntcs.
Hepburn, bmltii, 1 tine, .lame", .Mis rico and
Jlcbsrs. Harper, Jliirtln, Allen, Williamson,
Swan.bmlth, Itlloy, Mattlngly, Coakioy, An
derson, Carter and many otheis,
Jhs.Tnjlor Mmninns, icsldlngnt No, -101
Eleventh sticct southwest, lciioits nt thu
I olleo station that about to o'clock Inst Sat
urday meriting somo thief cntiinxt her bod
loom nnd stolon leather wallet eoutululii
Slcfiom tho bureau drawer.
Miss Ulllo Clarvoo of Kouth Wuihlngtoii loft
lesteulay on an extended visit tolilcndslu
'I ho sociable w hleh Is to bo ilvcn for tho
tenelltof M. Uoinlulc's chinch under tho
nusplecH of tho Holy Namu boeloty, takes
I laeo ut tho National llllles' Armor'. A largo
number of tickets liavu been oltl-.mil the no
cation in oinlses tobungic.it sueeuis. Tho
prlcu of tickets Is fifty cents.
to retail clothing at wholesalo pi Ices, until
our stock Is reduced to its normal condition.
Llscmnu llros., comer 7th and 1'. streets.
A T-) ear old son of (leorgo W KlnmnfJIl
V. street northe.ut, while plnvlug with n toy
i nniion Christinas ove, hid Ids u)es so billy
Injuicd by a. pieinatuio dlxeliargo of tho o in
nun that the doctors liavo fe.us Unit ho in ly
lose his sight,
Jllss Emma Johnson and Miss Atvvell from
Loudoun County, litnr Berlin, Va, mo vlilt
lug Mrs. J.. 1. Atvvell of lies li sti cut northeast.
Miss llcaslo Harnett of Philadelphia U vllt
lng her couiln, Mis, Knlbtiis, ut 8IS II sticct
outheniit In honci of this event Mrs Knlli
fus laid n tcceptlon Inst oveiilng for tho inir
pose of Introdiielng Miss Harnett to Mn. lulu
lu' ft lends,
Christinas night mow wns I. dod nt Doug
lass Hall. Uiilontown, by u gain; of coloiol
men whllo intending n ball theio. Ollleers
Man-and Anderson hiotiri.l tho minus ot
eighteen ot thoynrly nnd yesteiday nt rested
llttedi nnd took theiii tn tho Eighth Precinct
station. Thoicstof tho party will bo apnio
'IIo Christmas entertainment of tho Inter
iaedl.ituM'hoolof Hou.-luss Memorial M. E.
Cl.uieh will bo held to-night ut tho church ut
ThcChrltUnas tuo cntert.ihnnent of 'tho
Chunk of tho liiUirmntlon Willi bo held this
evening at 0 o'clock.
Offlcir C W O'Neill obtnlncd ndmlsshn
veitriduy lor llarbnin E, Murtl.i luto tlio
lloiisu ut tho Good shepherd
Twenty uncsts 111 Eait Wnshl igton jevter
dii, "Aldcrney Iinlry lVnsona'"
Krcuh Alderncy butter, churned overy
morning and delivered In J lb. "Ward"
prints, 45c. per tb, AUo cottago chceie;
buttermilk nml sweet milk, 5c. per t,
Cioaiu, 15e. per pint.
Pure Teas & Coffees,
824 Soventh Street N. W.
(sign or Tin: itui.i,.)
Calls tho attention of tho buyers for tho Holi
days to their largo nnd well selected stock of
Turo Teas, Coffees, tjucar, Hploos, Chocolato,
rinodunpowder Tea,..., fAxajl IIO
l'lno Young Hyson Ten noufin 1 00
1 Ino Imperial Tea :?(& 80
1 liie.lnpan'lcn ROiw 70
line (uncolorod) Japan Ten Warn W
I Ino oolong Ten Mafih DO
Fine Formosa Oolong Tea rc16 1 00
l'lno Ilio Coffco IIo SO
1 Ino Mnrlenbci Coffee ISc til
FlnoMoeha Cotfce SJc 8-t
l'lne JnvnCoirco S3o Try It
l'lini Old (In v 'I .lmiiC'oireo..U3c, 30e, .15o
(ho us a trial. Patlsfnctfon guaranteed.
llaniUomo and useful piosents given to pin
ch,iei s of '1 ea and Cortco. Como and look In
our window, nnd don't forget tho number,
MS-J Mcventli Mt.S. XV., next door lo Tho
Oriole, book out for our now calendar for
IbtO. Try our
Tho Doll Bprlnfj Loaf, COo por lb.
rormoea Oolons Ton, nnd tho Cholcost
Natural Loaf, bnokot-flrod, Japnn Ten,
COc per lb.
packed expressly for
The Unioii Tea & Goffca Go.
Ol'H MOTTO 1'nl If nncM, fi oiuptnois,
Ilouost) mid (lood WelKlitH.
llEAI)QI'AlirEHS-3l, D.1 nnd 33 Hurling
Slip, New York.
Nn trn'h of nnvdo'cilptlonwlllbo kept
In any ot tho Union Tea -V Cuflco Co.'s stoics.
The Chicago Grocery Company,
806 Seventh Street,
T.lfiht ttrowli Sugar. rr lb,
MiimtiudA Hugur, (IHJo lb.
flruniiliilril Sugar, 7u Hi.
Cut I.onf .Sugnr, 7Ko lb.
Tin: cmcAoo aiiocnitv uojilmny
Offers Now Vnlenelii llnlslns nt 13a lb.
Now Seedless Klllslns, 12c 111.
Now t'lirriints (largo ones) So lb.
Now Cllroll, t)5u lb
I.ajer llnlslns, 18o lb.
I.nrgrstl.nyor llnlslns, 30olt.
1(1 lbs Turkish Prunes for$l.
1'icsli .Stock orNittsJiist iirrlvoil
TlIKCIIICAflO OltOCllIlY COJIPANY
Offers l'niiilly I'lnur nt $ I. OH bill.
llcht 1'nmlly riour, IJB.73 bbl fl.Sl
H bill 7!Jc Jfibbl.
l'ntont I'roerKs l'lour4(1.73bbl 1.00
J-4 bill 1 H.lc 1(5 bbl.
Tin: cmcAoo nunoiniY company
K0(1 7th St.,
Offers New 31m lcerol for 73o kit.
Now Codfish, Ko lb.
tt II, Cull Tomatoes, OKu l!o7.
'A lb Co n Cum, Dttu do.
Tin: Chicago aitooi'.itY co-vipany
OITcrov lliickvvlii'iit, lo lb, or 10 lbs
Tin: Chicago guociiiiy company
Offers Trench Itninilv $3 gallon.
1'liln llvn M'hlHkv, $'Srii1Ioii.
7-YciirOld 11 o Whisky, 3 gallon.
Send order li) JUnll or Telephone, 12:1-2
Goods del H ei od lren lo nny part of tho
CHICAC10 GROCERY COMP'Y,
806 Seventh St. N.W.
ritL'lIKI.I.M WJ1HV ti:a,
VMS V Street.
IIAKIIOUK A HAMILTON,
I'lour, AVIno mill Orocory Merchants
014 to Old Fcnna. Avenue.
Oolorecl Tissue Paper,
lti:i) Ci:i)Alt CAIU'UT LTNINO.
805 nnd 807 D fat. Northwest.
Buy Your Books and Stationery
roil SAIJ'r-AT MY llII-l.IAltl)
Itooms, on tho northwest comer Uli nndO
Btsnw, the llninswlclt Haiku Collondor Co.
celebrated llllllard and Pool Tables with tho
world-renowned monarch nulek eushlou.wlth
cntnloguo or all tho latest designs of bar fix
tures. AlitO, i-cn rial second-hand Ullllaulnnd
Pool Tables. Ulllhud nnd Pool supplies of nil
kinds for sale at factory prices. Altering, re
pairing and tov erlng Tables a specialty.
Did?! COCllsfctl i
001 0 st II vv.
l'or Generating fcteam.
For Cooking I'm poses.
For Heating by furnace.
For heating by Lntiobc.
For Open Grates.
It Is Easily Ignited.
It Makes a Qulcls, Hot Fire.
It Docs Not Hum Out tho Grate.
It Is Economical.
It Will Fay to Try It.
rOH SALE BY THE
Washington Gaslight Com'y.
40 Ilnshels, Crushed $-3 70
S5 Hii'hels, Crushed !M
40Huhol8, Not Crushed - a 00
113 Bushels, Not Crushed...... 2 00
prnellvcrcd to Any Tart of Washington
n. v. ci.eoo's
Combination I.etlcr-Sheot and ITnvelope
l'or Letters, Notices, Ullls, Statements, Cir
culars of all slcsj in boxes of IB, M, 100, S50,
t0 and 1 0UO each.
Will dispense with Envelopes,
Wlllsavu Weight In Postago.
Will savo Tlmo and Trouble
Tho rostofUco stamps will show dato of de
livery, J. W. WATKllS,
141(1 Now York ayenno.
Sole Ast. for Washington and AleiasdrU.
The Great MarkDo"wn
814 Seventh Streol Northwest.
In ordtr to closo out our entlio stock wo liavo marked down the following goodst
SOO doz Felt lints, sold formoily nt 7.c, soiling now nt 35c.
nt) do, roll UnlB, worth ft, selling now ftt fiO and COc.
CO do. I'cH Unto, worth iJl.CO, sold now nt Tfionnd fl.
100 do. Cortmgo llotifiur'i, nt !We.
100 doz Finer Corsngo llouquets, nt IKic.
100 do, l'liinst Cornngo ltouquoU, At 10 nnd 75c.
Silk VclveU nnd Velveteens nt iiiiiiiufucturon1 prluos.
iSPEOIAL SALE OF KID GLOVES
At the following pilcoss
Mltitlon .lotivln, doslniblo colors, nt Ooci still better qunllllBd nt 75, 8."io, l.
Special Sstles in. OIoelIs.
Wo nro determined to eloso out our oxtenslvo stock or
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cloaks,
PRICE NO OBJECT.
lllcgnnl Itcrlln IiIiiltiiiiiiI nml HI lie Nnvvinnrliels nt fff, ftt, $H nml fill.
Itiisslim Glrouliirs, Vlsllot mid Jnoketl ut $,t, $0, 1)17 nnd .
h'cnl l'lusli Coiitsnnit YIsIIcn iit$IH, if'JI), BiniilfSH.
Clilldreu'Kiinil blisses' Itnv clnehs iiuilNuvi iiiiirhntM
lit $-!.r.l), $1, $ I, $.-. nml fit only.
Wo ndv No all 111 need of Clunks not to pnrchiiso until they huvuotnmluod our stock and
-ecu our Prices.
KING'S PAL AG
81-4 Seventh Street Northwest.
j, W. BARNES fc
Fischer and Eotey
Holiday purchasers nro Invllcilto call nnd
cxainlnoour lnrgo nnd vnrlod stock of theso
flno Instruments, Plnnos for lent uud Bold on
eusy monthly payments. Tuning and repair
li'B. SANDERS & STAYMAN
(JAllVIS BUTLCIl INCIIAltOE),
D3I l'St. Northwest.
IB NOIITII CIIAIILES bT.. UALTIJtOnL', JID
EDWARD F. DROOP,
OSS 1'cuns 1 v.i nln Av viiuo,
PIANOS, MUSIC KOXllS,
Pianos sold on Intnllments, Exchansed,
Itcutcd, Tuned and Itcpalred.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
S T i: 1 N IV A Y & H O NS'
E. (5 A 11 1. 1: It UllO.'S 1'IANOS,
Now nnd second hand pianos of other makes
nlvvii) In stock nt low llgures.
PIANOS FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS,
FINEST PISPIAY OV BEAT. OEMS OP AIIT
maitANU.btjiiAiti: anu ui'iauirr
IYom tho plnln Uosowood to Iho richest orna
limited stiles In nil kinds of l-'ancy Woods,
Inlaid, carved Jlarquotry nnd other orna
mental finish, artlstlo styles, of tho manufac
WM. KNAUE & CO.
UNEQUALE1) lN'TONE.TOUCll AND WORK-
817 MARKET BI'ACE.
1'IANOS ron RENT
riut-class Upright, bquaro and Urand I'la
uos for rent nt
WM. KNAI1E CO.'S
WAREltOOMS-btr MARKET SPACE.
HECOND-HANI) TIANOH, AN ATT'ltAO
TIVE ASSORTMENT, Comprising n number
of elegant st)les but llttlo uol; nlraoitus
good in. new. AI.I, PIANOS offered lu good
lcpnlr. Anumbcrof vcrvlccnblo lnstriimonts
na low as SW tu S100. TERMS EASY
MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS OK CASH.
WM, KNAUE A. CO.'S WAREUOOMS,
817 MARKET SPACE.
J01 P. Iffl & i,
No. 937 Pa, Ave, N.W.
W. G. METZEROTT & CO.,
COJ IVniisylvonla Avenuo. tocond door west
of Ninth stitot,
St LE AGENTS I'OR
Cbiokering anii James & Holmstrom
CLOCOII AND WAKKI ORGANS,
And all MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
feyi!? F Wi5 r tiiFh
Capital Prize, $75,000.
" IIV do litnby certify mat ten tiipfrtme Ms ar
tanqivunH for alt lh Monthly ami f'inil'r
Ip l.rantngt of the Loultlana htatt Jjoltvn
1 em janj amlin veiton manage ami control the
Diawtngi thnnteltet, and that the mine are an,
dm teilultlthonetly, fall ncte ami In goal faWi
louaid alljuirtlet ami we authorize the Com
lmiyto veethle ctrllflcatt, wllhfac-elmUtt of
our tlgnatura attacud. Iiiiti adm tlttmtntt,"
We, tlo undfislgnid Hanks nnd Bankers,
will 1. iv all Pi7cs drawn In tho Loulsliuu
Mnto Lotteiles which may bo piesentcdat
3. II.W.'I.KSIIY, Prcs. I.a. .Nat. Usui..
H, II. i;t..SM:tn, Prcs. Stato MX. IlsuL.
A. IIAI.mVl.N, 1'rcs. .. U. .Nt. Hank.
(Ivor (Juurtcr Million Distributed.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated In 1808 Tor Si years by tho
I egislaturo for Educntlonal nnd Charitnblo
ptirimscs with n Capital of Sl,iiew,oooto
which a rcscrvo fund of overSViO.ouo has since
llynn overwhelming popular voto Its fran
chUowns mado u part of tho piesent Stato
Constitution adopted December-' A. II. IST'J.
Its OrnndSlngloNiimber Draw lugs will tako
nloeo monthly. It Never Scalos or PostiKinos.
Look at tho following Distribution-
flrimil Monthly IlruvMiig. In the Acad
cmy of Music, Now Orleans, 1 UEsDAY, .lanii
ary 1.', 18MI, under tho pei.-onal supervlslou
nnd manaEeincnt of
Gen. 0, T. BEAUREGARD, of Louisiana,
and Gen. JUBAL A. EARLY, of Virginia.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $75,000.
lOO.COci Tickets nt 1'lvo Dollars Eaoh.
rractloii", In llfths, In propoi Hon.
LIST OP PRIZED.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE SAOCO
1 do do iK.OOO
1 do do 10,000
S PRIZES Or $,O0O ,... L',000
do 2,(XX) 10,000
10 do 1.CO0 10,000
0 do COO 10,(1X1
uo do sou eo.ooo
sco do loo :io,ooo
MO (lo SO 1M.000
1,000 do S3 ss.ooo
0 Apr(jxlmatlonPil7csof STB0 0,750
0 do do NX) -t.VKl
0 do do SJ0 .. .. V-0
1,T Prizes amounting to S2ai,500
Application for intus to dubs should bo
innilo only to tho ollicu of tho Company In
Fot further information write clearly, giving
full nddrevs. POSTAL NOTES, Eipioii,
Money Oidcrs or New York Exchange in ordi
nary fctti r. Ciurcncy by Express (oil sums of
S3 nnd up wauls at our upensc) uddi cssed
M. A. DAUPHIN,
Now Orleans, Lit
Mtkc 1'. 0. Money Orders Payable and
Address Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS N TIONAL 1UNK,
New Orleans, La.
.A. IIUE El IR, I O .A. 3T
BEST W ASHING BLUE
It Is Not Poisonous, Aids llleuclilng ol
AVni.li mid (lives It :i Itleli (Ho.ih,
TO I1E HAD Of YOUR OROCEI!.
No. SS Maiden l.unu, N. V.
DEALER IN BUILDING SUPPLIES,
DCS to 911 G ktrect northwest, next Natlona
Architectural Iron Work. Cement, Plaster,
Ftio Brick, KUo Cliy, Wall BUte, Paints, Oils.
Glata, etc. C6
rpm: (i it p. at
To Ilii, North, IVpsI nml Southwest.
IlouUe Trad NrfrriMd Hwurv.
Uteri Hall: .Vapnl ttoml 'ilpmr .'.
In mrecT Dun Main 'Ml, IHSI,
Tialnt itart Waehinatnn, Train elation, cornr
nf Mxtk and II tti ttle, at tallow
rr Pltlaburtf and tho West, Chicago I.lmltol
Kxpf cs ui PnlBcc Wplng Cars at t) no a m.
dallyi Pint Lino, .mi n in. dally to Cincin
nati nml Ht. Louis, with Hlccplnir Curs from
llnrrlsburo to Clnelnnatl and Hotel Car to
8i I oulss dally, oxeept Saturday, to Culcazo.
vtltli HUfplnit Car Altnnna to clnVnco. t hi
mgo ami Cincinnati Ktpross nt 7 10 p. m.
dally, with Rleefilng Cars Washington to Chi
caitn, connctlng at llarrlshurg with West
(rn Express w lib through sleepers fjr Loins
Vllloiiiid (. Imls. Pnelilo tlxpreis, 10 p,
m. dally for Plttsbur pml tho West, wlfi
thronpli sleeper llatrlsburg to Chlengo nnd
IIALTIMdllK A POTOMAC RAILROAD.
Per Erlo, CnwiDdaigtm, Rochoster, lluITnlo,
Momirn, Hi p m dally, oxeept Halurday,
with I'atare Lars VVanhlngton to Roi 'icstcr.
For Wllllamsni.rt, Loele llnven nnd Klmlra, nt
I) HO n in. dnily. except Sunday.
PfirNevv York and tho Bast, V1B, 1)00 and
11 n. m., 4:,-'0, ltlsnd 1 1,'Jilti, m. On Sun
lav, li 00 a m, 2, ,1,'JO lOandlltti) p m.
Limited Expres of Pullman Parlor Cir-t
II 10 a. in. and .1 50 p in dally, except Sun
dnv. For llostnn without change, S no n, m, every
l'or llrooMyn.N.Y., all through trains connect
nt-Jorcyf lly wllh bontsnflirooklin nncx,
ntinrdliigdlreft transfer to rultnn slrect,
avoiding dotiblo ferrlago across Now York
l'or l'opp'ii Creek Line. 7iina. in , and -1.10 p.
in. dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7-ir, n m.. 12nnnnd-J-27 p.
m dally, oxcoptbiinday.MindajS'l 20 pin.
ALEXANDRIA AND PltEDIRtlCKsllURU
RAILWAY AND ALFAANDIIIA &
l'or Alexandria, (1, 7 10, ft 25, 1101 and
llSJft a. m., 2 05, 4S(I, !::, (1 01. H 03 anil
HOT p.m. on Sunday at 0, 11.23, 11. 11
n. m 8.05 p. in.
Tor Rlehmoml nnd tho South, 0 and 11-01 n.
m. dally nnd -liar, p tn. dally, oxeept Sunday.
Trains leuvo Alexandria for Washington (I ().j.
b, lo, 10:10 n. in , l, :i tn, o.2j, fi-io, 7.0'J
nnd 10.12 p. in. nnd laiio midnight, except
Monday, tin Sunday nt 8 nnd 10:10 a. m
7.0S nnd 10. 12 p. m. and 12:10 nlirht.
Tickets nnd Information nt tho o.Tlco. north
past corner of Thirteenth street nnd Pennsy
lvania nrenue, nnd nt tho station, where or
ders can bo left for tho chocking of baguro
to destination from hotels and lusldonees.
CHAS.E.PUOII, .1. It. WOOD,
Utturul .Vaiiaijtr. am lKuetnger Igml.
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD
Schedule In effect SINDAY, DEC. 1.1,1681,
iunlll further notice.
Leayo Washington fiom Station, corner of
New Jersey avenue and Cslicct.
l'lrthleugoti llnmnud 10il0imdally. Tho
li. II n m Is n Fast Limited Expreis for Pitts
burg nnd Chicago, arriving in Pittsburg nt
i flci p in: Chicago next trornlng at f Ti No
extrnfniols charged on this train lor fast
Tor Cincinnati. LonPvIllo and St. Louis dally
nt p m nnd 10:10 p in, with through cooc-lic (
iimlpnlaep sleeping cars to nbovo rwlnti
w Ithout change: n p m Is n Inst llmlteil train
tpllnelnn.ittnndst. Iiuli.nrrlvliiglii Clu
(lnnatl next morning nt7.ll, St Louis at
b'Jiipn. No extra furo is charged on this
train for fnst time.
I'irplttbuigntu Ham with parlor ear, nnd
h-15 p in dally to Pittsburg, ('liiveland and
Deti olt with sleeping cars to Pittsburg.
lorllaltlmoruon week days 5, OrJO, 0 to, 7SH,
8.W and 10 a m. lio, IHO, Jl lft(lj-inlnuto
train), 3J0, 4 , 4.40, 6:10, 0 10, 1, b a.m.l
l'or llaltlinoro on Sundays r..-V0, 7-10, S-l)
nnd 10 n In. 1.S3, 1:40, 3.10, 4:10, 3:40, Otf').
7, H.SI, 11 p m.
Tor bin nnrdoah Valley Railroad nnd pu'nti
soulli O.'inpm dally, with Pullman sleeoer
w ashliigloii to Now Orleans,
Por Aiinupollso.ionmnnd 18.10 nnd 4M pin:
en hundnj H ton in. 4.10 pm.
rorwny stntlons lietvveen Wnshlngtou nml
Ilnltlirora 5, C:40,tcw a m, l'J.10 p m, S:,
1 I0,7nrdll pm. On Sundays ej am anil
and 153.3.7). I 10,7,11 p m. For station on Met
nnd CIl pm dallyi 1.40 pindnllv except
Sunday for prlm.lp.il stations on M'ctronill
tnn Urnneh, 8.10 n m dally:
on Sundn) Uim nt nil station. Por Lex
iiigton, Staunton and Viilleyllrancli,8-I0a
in dally cxeent Sunday. For (lalthenburs
nnd Interincdiato liolnts. I) JO a m, 12 V) nnd
llo p m dally excej t Sunday. For Freder
ick 8:10 a in and 1. 10 pm dally oxeept Sun
l'or ilagerstown nnd Winchester, 8:10 and 9.13
n m nnd full p in dally cxi ept hund.vy.
Trains nnlvo irom West dally C:10. 7M)nm,
ISA 1:W (New Oilcan expresslnnd ana pm.
From Annapolis, Ma n uuil lMa.nda.au
lii.i)iiiuu,i iVWU III. UJJ I, 111.
riom Lexington, 80 pm dally except Sun
day. Trum l"redeilek and Intermediate point, 8'25
n m nnd S.11 p in dally except Sunday.
Trains h nv o llaltlmoru for Washington at 1:10,
etn, 7s.,o, 8 it, o oi nnd lono n m, u iv 3.
4, !:, 8, o to, 7:45. o nnd ll pm: on Sundays
b.20, 7S.V, s-n ami u.03 a ip, ino, s, am, s,
0'iO, 7:41, (land 11pm.
All trains fiom Washington stop at Relay
Station oxeept 1.40, 3.15 nnd (1.40 p in.
For further Information apply nt tho Balti
more Ohio Ticket Ofuco-Wnshlngton sta
tion. Old nnd 1351 l,cnnislvnnlaitveniu corner
of Fourteenth street, whero orders will bo
taken for bnggago to bochcckoJ and leeclvod
nt nny point in tho city.
II. DUNHAM, O.K. LORD,
Ocn. Manager, Balto. o. p. A.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
(LEAVE II. A. P. DEPOT, SIXTH AND BhTS.)
7.00 A. 51. For all wny stations, Lexington,
Ky.. Loulsvlllo, Cincinnati, Columbus, St.
Louis, Dally except Sunday.
11:00 A. 51. For Nuwnoit Ncvvs.Old Totnt
Comfoit nnd Norfolk. Dally uxecpt Sun
day. G:30 p. 5I.-ror Ixiulsvlllc, Clnelnnatl, St,
IjjuIs nnd Chicago, conueotlng for all
point West, Northwest and Southwest;
fast cxi re dally: doe not stop for loe.ii
btudnc-s; through Pullman servlco to
I oulsvlllo and Cinclnnntl.
Toi tickets nml Information apply at C. A
0, Railway ofliie, .113 Pi nnsylvanla avenue,
under National Hotel: Va. -Midland Railway
oflico, lOH'cnasjlvanla avenue, and 11. & I.
II. W. FULLER,
(ienerni Pnsscngtr Agent,
PRANK TElfiC, Eastern Pavsenger Agent.
Telephone call 5B-'l.
WASHINGTON. OHIO &. WESTERN R. R.
On and after AUGUST HO, 1B85, trains will
leave from and nrrlvo nt Oth and II
sts. Depot ns follows:
Leave Washington 0 a. m. and 1:311 n. m.,
dully; arrive at lielmont Park 10.51 a. ra. and
OA!(lp, m.; Lecsburgll 01 n. m nnd(l:.1(l p.
m.; urrlvunt Round Hill nt 11:M a. in. aud
Returning, leave Rourd Illll C.O.Ta. ra and
3.0tp in.: uss Leeiburg ll:12a. m and:3a
p.m.: llelmo't Park U5i a. in. undo: W) p. m,
nnd arrive at Washlngtoa at 8.35 a. m. and
7:Ki p m.
on simdnys tho train leaving Washington
nt On in, only runs to Leesburg, nnd tVo train
ai riving at 7 10 p. in. starts Irom Leciburg.
Siicelal excursion rates and Sunday trains
to Ilclmout Park. Monthly and commuta
tion rates to all iiolnt.
S. M. 11IIOPIIY, supt.. Alexandria, Va.
E. J. LOCKU OOD, Pass. Agt., 6U7 Pa. ave.
Washington D ('
rpoNOltFOI.K AND FORT MONKOIVTHE
1 POPULAR ROUTE I! S. Mall, steamer
oroROE LEARY ilnnday, Wednesday and
Filday, from toot of 7th st,,nt."210 p.m.
Seem oronmsniid tie ketsnt llaltlmoro & Ohio
Ollli e. 1351 and cm Pa. ave., ht Maro Hotel
nnd Knox Express Cftl Pa, nv u w ho vv HI nlo
eheik baggagu from hotels nndpilvatoreil
dunes For further Information Inquire at
( ompouy's otUce, 7tU st, wtiurt. ToIoiiQODO
te0 v, 11.I.IA Jl P. wr.LOU, Oen. Agent,
T 0V TARES-
Jlj Foi tre Monroo and Norfolk,
Flrtt-class faro 1, liound-trlp, $1.23.
Steumir Jane Vloseley Jlonday, Wtdneiday
nnd Saturday nt 5 JO p. m
Passu go mid rooms secured atgeneral ofllce,
Dixui sircce wunri. l lepuunu can, i.i.
Pol mio River Landings steamer Thomp
son 5t in'w Widotwtay nnd Friday at 7 a.m.
T. S, BROOKE & CO,,
Co i , Vt. a p. nml I. Ht . n. vv.
JIILK AND CREAM
Dally I re in hi farm Alliance, near tl.o city.
HKKF, MUTTON, 1.A3III, VK,
nr,1 all tVn Tillin n'r u 0ii Miii ITnVilnoa
JU1V Bit "j -'VVV4. J 1 w tvy 4IU v
MniktUug dellv rrcel free of Ch wgo.
rorl'iilliutelrh!n.7iir.l)00anrt 11 n, m,2.
Iflii, (, 10 nnd II -jo p.m. on Hunduy, li
n. m..a. Iiuo. (1. 10 nnd ll-ao n. m. Lim
ited Express, O.lOa, in.nndtl.no p. in dally.
l'or llultlmore. OUT,. VIR. t)0(). IP to, ono.
Ji.uoii.m.,i2on,u,:i.no,.i-io, I-J7 lsiu.n
7ilt), 10 and 11. 'id p. m On Sundiy, Il.oo.
HftO. 11 li. m a, ,1:20, (I, 7:10, 10 nnet