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EVENING TIMES, ' WASHINGTOy; TUESDAY, NOVEMBEtt 30w. 18T.
(MOltXlXO, EVENISC AXD SUXDAY,)
The Washington Times Company.
6TILSON HUTCHINS, President,
MoNTnty, nv Cahbieu:
Morning, "Evening and Sunday, Fifty Cents
Horning und Sunday TMrty-five Cents
Evening and Suuday Thirty-five Cents
One Tear, Mom., Eve. and Sunday, .$5.60
Eix Months, " " " " .. aOO
TbieeMonths," " " " .. 1.75
One Year, Moraine and Sunday 4.00
6Ix Months, " " " 2.25
Three Months. ' " H 1.25
One Year, Evening and Sunday 4.00
Six Months. ; " " 2.25
Tl.ree Mon'hs. " " " 125
Sunday only, one year. 1.00
Orders hy mall must bo accompanied by
Tw-ETiioNES: Editorial Booms, 480;
Bu.inrsH Office, 1640.
Tl,e circvlation of Tun Times tor the
wttl ended iaturday, Xotember i7, 1SS7, was
Fi ntfor.'JVbrein ler SI. 23.175
XtrCai', Xotember !i 59,.V"
7t,ciday, Xotember S3...., 37,295
II cone' tfa," Xotember 2j 40,050
TLvnday, Xoiember 5 35,80!
I'liday, Xotember SO 33,823
tuturday, Xoiender27 40,322
lnily arttayc Sunday. iS,17J. ix
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1S7.
Nuton of tlio liy.
That little professional panic .rfootljali
1 etwem the llnnua and Foraker tea ns Is
still on, and tlieie are lively hopes that
soon we mnv begin to hc.ir the arms; ml
li'P snap nnd the collar bones crack. The
Javv bones already are sib)ectcd to a sick
enlng Mraln, tmt do not show any signs of
w e-irlne-s. According to tliisc anatomical
ii t-mlers, Marcus Aurellus is not as sure of
hl plum as, "little Johnuy Horner'' was of
hlH This statement may not frlRhtcn lie
man of cj.il, iron and deJlny any more
than it does us. His purchase is so great
that It would I en workof wonderfulenerKy
an 1 forv to jolt It loose. Nevertheless, I he
FotoVer men are clal-nlug.oii the strength
of II." fusion plan in Cincinnati, that Air.
llama will not land an easy and possiti'j
not any Mud of a winner. Dark tal-M of
a Democratic coalition to elect Cushnell
again streak the pale air on the American
tide of the Rhine and In Columhus. Dut
we iiiniutHin our faith in Hanna with
out abatement These plots and pro
jects may make what he wants cost
his 'contributory Interests'' a half mil
lion etra, but there is no do'iM abqut
Ms ability to command the stuff. nor of Ms
UlingneNS tc use any amount to grVify
hot i his ambition and his love for his Re
liuMlinn enemies In the Buckeye State.
Of cturse almost anylhlnjc Is tiossltjle. A
poor man might go in and break up a syn
dicate of millionaires, and a sheep might
irurilei u butcher, but.orillnarily.it Is the
ether way, and If Foraker, Uushnell and
Kurtz have Invented a p'nn to !i.il a barrel
the slz of Hnuiia's, th;y should la" no
time In taking out a patent ai-d pedtl'lag
State a ml county rights. In th.it way they
couhl enrich themselves beyond the wild
est dreams of Klondike prosperity.
Although it is said that m my of Mr
JltKlnley's most trusted personal friends
are urging him to change his attitude with
regard to Tuba, in iew or the growing
national Indignation over his past policy
In that connection, those who are In a
position tt. know, declari-that be will urge
the Congress to give Spain more tlmo to
reconquer the island; that he has passed
his word to that effect and will kep It
irrespective of any iiopular venllet against
him. Itistobc regrettedtbjt Mr.McKlnlcy
docs not feel justified in acting as it is
reported he did in the case of the un
fortunate Mr. Golden, who kpent all his
means waiting to get an Indian ag:n--y
flbieli had been promised him in terns.
To 1dm it is said that the Tresldent -ib-sened.
"I suppose a man may change yis
mind!'' Hon very happy it would m.ike
the American people if Mr. McKiuley would
apply this pious principle to tbe case cf
Cuba! We do rut look for anything like
that, however; because a promise made to
an humble seeker at the pie counter is
one thing, and a pledge gi en to Mr. llave
meyer, J. 1. Morgan and Lord Roths
child is ii l.orseof far different pluiuige.
It lea reiklHK pity that our Chief Maglstrjte
Till stlc"c to that exploded autonomy
ihcmc, which every clement, govern
mental, c-.i! and military in the Cu'jin
republic hap rejected with scorn and right
eous rage. Ipicwof alltherlrcumstanjjs
of the situation, further insistence upon
that hypocritical subterfugeof Jlie Span'sli
go eminent only can result in crystallizing
the belief that the cause of freedom and
humanity, the obligations of the comtry
under International law, and the rom.r.ind
fair fame of the American people delib
erately are being sacriflcsdtu theiiiterciis
of the Bpan'Hi-Cuban bondholders an I
the Sugar Trust.
If the folthcomlng message should Ignore
the horrible facts which daily are reported
from Cuba, another very unfavorable im
pression will be created among the citizen
(hip of the -American Union. It Is an cat)
thing for a President to tit at his drtk
And translate Sagasta promises Into per
formance; to asrrrt that the hellish war
fare of eIer has teen changed for the
better under Rlai.co. Unfortunately such
representations will find little credence In
the face of overwhelming proof that the
. murder of prisoners of war, and the heart--less
butchery of the wounded In hospitals,
thelrnnnsesandphyrdcians goes on exactly
ihesameasevtff that the diabolical traffic
In little girl prisoner . who are sold at
auction for shameful, purposes eery week
throughout (he Spanish lines. Is continued
as flagrantly as It has been anytime during
the year. Mr. McKlnley Is f ullyaware that,
as far as the public view Is concerned, he
alone prevents tie American people from
recognizing tbe iudependncc of Cuba.
That he does this of his own motion . or be
cause he thinks it right, scarcely anybody
believes. For this very reason his attl
tude will be subjected to Investigation
and anal) sis, which in tbe end cannot
fall to lie uicouircrtahleforthelndi-jlduals
or"lnterests responsible for It. -But, while
the Administration turns Its back upon the
holy cause of Amirlcan Independence, it Is
evident enough that Divine Providence is
with the struggling patriots. Today it is
reported that, under the very noses of the
Spanish spies In the iay of our Government,-,
and In sight of our Spanith patrol fleet, the
Dauntless lias slipped awiy again with a
large cargo of ammunition for Gen. Gomez,
That heroic commander said in 18B5,tbat
This Is tbe third, and we are not without
hope that be may be able to drive the last
Spaniard out of the Island before it Is
The amended demnnds of Germany upon
China, in ccnnectlon with the murder of
the two German raissionarles, now Include
the retention of Klao Chou bay as n naval
station, and the railway monopoly of
Shan Tung princ?. This latter propo
sition Is good and guileless. The Kaiser
does not want to annex Shan Tung, he
only wants to provide It with railway fa
cilities as a philanthropic enterprise. If
he should lay a few rails, the v-ll-known
belief of tbe Chinese that such modern
innovations ore lioodoos of the deepest
lye, would lead them to tear up the same.
That would be an international affront
which nothing short of a large transfer
of real estate could wipe out and so on.
The Chinese government probably under
stands this, as it Is said the Tsung ii
Yanra has no idea of conceding the Ger
man demands; but unless Russia should
interpose China Is helpless In th Haitian
matter It is declared in Berlin that the
Kaiser lias not any idea of exacting any-a
thing beyond a monetary satisfaction.
The Tagfbliiat observes, however, that
any interference on the part of America
will be resented. There appears to be a
well established (ilea in Europe that if the
paramount nation of the Western hemis
phere uarnot keep its neighLoring cannibal
Island in u condition of good behavior,
or comiel a beastly, butchering power
like Spain to conduct its war in Cuha on
civilized principles, jt should not object
when European nations are compelled to
take Western mattersinto theirowa hands.
JUST FOR FEN.
Clara Sec the dancing snowflakes.
Jack Yes; they are practicing fortbe
snowball, I suppose. Chicago News.
"He wouldn't know the truth if he
"Oh, yes. he would. Otherwise he could
not evade It so easily.''-Brooklyn Life.
Does that girl of yours use cold cream
for her complexionT Chumpley?''
"I guess so. I "know that I've bought
ber encugh ice cream to fill a boxcar."'
Detroit Free Press.
Hicks I understand Scribbler Is making
a barrel of money-
Wicks-Not from his writings?
Hicks Ves; be has written a tiook In
the golf dlaleet.-Bo-.ton Traveler.
Sklmper I wisn you would let me Into
the secret of how you live on $2 a week.
Scribbler (autlsir of nn article on the
subject) Certainly; I borrow as much more
as I need from in) friends. Philadelphia
"Brainerd doesn't seem to lie much of
a success as an nutlior."
"Not a success? "Why, his Look Is the
literary sensation of the day."
"Oh, his iiook Is h!1 right, but he can't
lecture a little lilt." Cleveland Leader.
, "Rememlier, my son," said tlie thurough
lired marc bj her prize colt, "when you get
the string halt get it with all four legs."
"Why, mamma?" asked the little colt.
"IV-cause )ou will then run a chance of
winning a prize as a high-stepper." Har
"Now," said the captain of tbe football
team, "here is a bargain eleven, boys.
We'll just take ten yards -ff this right
end." And the rush which followed was a re
markable life-Ilk reproduction of a scene
in a big rtr j goods store on h lrgaln day.
PI llndelphia North American.
When n crtaln general was camping on
the lower Mississippi his negro boy, Harry,
was one "-)- asked by a friend whether the
general was not terribly annoyed by mos
"No, sah!"- said Harry; "in the evcnln'
Mars' George Is so 'toxlcated he don't
mind the skecters, and In the m'ornln' the
skeeters Is so 'toxlcated they don't mind
Mars' George." San Francisco Argonaut.
When a man waives np at night with the
idea that he is falling down, down, down
from a great height when he imagines in
his sleep that lie has lost Bis breath and
can't catch it again when he tosses and
tumbles all night and can't sleep when
his mouth tastes bad in the morning and
food is repugnant death is his bedfellow.
These troubles may be, trifles in themselves,
but they are the skirmishers and sharp
shooters that march in advance of the great
army of death-dealing diseases.
When a man experiences these sensations
and feels generally ont-of sorts, there is but
one safe thing to do. That is, resort to the
right remedy. Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery makes the appetite keen and
healthy. It makes pure blood and builds
firm flesh. It makes the brain bright and
the body active. It builds up and steadies
the nerves, and insures natural, refreshing
sleep. It cures 98 per cent, of all cases
of consumption, catarrhal, bronchial and
Honest druggists recommend it. The
druggist who attempts to palm off npon
yon an inferior substitute, offers an insult
to your intelligence. -
" Eight yean ago I was Uken with what my
doctor called liver complaint," writes N. E.
Kendrick, Esq . of Caropton. Grafton Co., New
Hampshire. I began doctoring for it, taking
K-xuparillas and other medicines. Last Febru
ary I had a bilious attack, and I could not ait up
lona enough to eat. I began, taking Dr. Pierce's
medicines. I have Uken one bottle of 'Galden
Medical Discovery' and one vial of 'Pleasant
Pellets.' I find no other medicine equal to yours.
In helping me." i ,),- 1.
CenstipaUon wiTrsootrrttake a bright man
dull, and an energetic man lazy. Doctor
Pierce's Pleasant J-cUU cure constipation.
One little "Pelletfi U.a jrentle laxative,
and two a mild cathartic. They Beret
(ripe. Found at all medicine storta.
M 1 n . 1 n
I A reriod or
From tomorrow on we sball offer some of the greatest Shoe Bargain; in fresh, desira
ble and reliable Shoe Merchandise that hare ever been offered in America. '
Durmo; December we usually convert into'cash all Shoes of which we have too many.
For this Fall we bought double our usIualquantity of Shoes and although we nearly
WW doubled our business as compared with .prdiaary Fall seasons, we are'very much over
Mil stocked on many lines of Shoes. ' ' 1
fill rr T-t- 13-.1 i'..,. !11 1... ..! 11.!. 1 r . e-li. 1 MAY.Mnn.M
itii xeinpurary jrrice Acuuuuuua win uc uiduc, mis uiuuiii uum uur laiuuus luwcav-nuvwu
IHI regular prices to insure the rapid depletion offthe surplus stock.
Ul) BEAR IN MIND that our newspaper statements can be as confidently relied
upon as the qualities of our famous wear-rejfsting Shoes add that the reductions will
be limited only to the time they are adver,tisedrfor.
FOR TOMORROW AND THURSDAY ONLY
Wc s:iall S II
Infants' rretty Soft-sole
Kid Button and Moccasins,
In Several Pretty Colors.
WEUNCSDAY AND THUKBDAY...
Women's, Misses' mid Children's
Worsted Knitted Bedroom Slippers,
On Best Quality Lamhswool Soles,
wi:dneshay and thuksday...
Ladles' Quilted Kleee-llned Juliets,
Of Satin-finished Cloth, in
Four Different CoU rs, liaim-Sevv-pd,
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY..,
Ladies' and Misses' Vlcl Kid,
Buttun and Laced Boots,
With (Jood-wcarliig. Solid Boles,
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY...
Ladies' $2.00 Hand-Sewed Welt,
Finest Vltl Kid Laced Boots,
One of our Most Popular Styles,
WEDNESDAY AND THUKHDAr...
Ladies' SG Bilk and Wool Mixed
Vesting Cloth-Top Laced Boots,
Handsomest Walking Boot Uncle.
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY.
Wn. HAHN & CO.'S Reliable Shoe Houses,
930 and 932 7th St. N. W.
SKOI UK I.OMP.'S PUNCH LOVl
Another Cnnine IVt of the Spa-Hsdi
Till police ure loollng for a Punch. It
Is'iiot n Roman punch but a Spanish Punch,
and the property of Seuor tie Lou,, the
It was not long apo that the offlcl lis
at the embassy. No. 178B- Massachusetts
nvenue, hurried to the Third precinct sta
tion, and had a minute description cf
"Spot," a Spanish canine, telephoned aUut
tlie city. But Spot came back. He had
a great story to tell Punch about his
Interview with the President's great St.
lWnard. The curiosity of Punch was
aroused- He planned for days how he
could escape the vigilance of the guards.
Ycstcrdaj he saw his chance.
benor de Lome had gone to the State
Department, and Punch found his vay
ouTi of the Spanish portali to the street.
where he breathed the air of freedom.
The i-panlfli m'nKcr returned and rang
for hi. Punch.
"Which Punch?" asked the butler.
"My little blown and white Punch. My
little long haired Punch," frantically t)e
clairc1 the ambassador; "where Is be"T"
"Quli-n si.be?" said the butler, as
h. departed to give tt.e alarm through
out the house. The reception halls, the
coil cellar, the sleeping chambers. In
face the strong box containing the levela
tiou of the Hue meaning of the Culian au
tonomy scheme, were all searched for
runch: but he had roamed far from Span
An attarnc was dispatched to the sta
Hon house.. Tlie ivillce got srecial Instrjc
lions to find Punch, and In less than an
bo.ir the alarm had spread over the city
that the Sp,inlh minuter' Punch was
among the missing.
JlAXll'L IIOHKHTSON LVJUHED.
DniiBcronsly Ilnrt While Wnrkinij
in the Metropolitan Cur Slieil.
Darlcl Robertson, of lull Twelfth
street mtheast, a brother to Policeman
Robertson of the bicycle siiuail, was se
riously and perhaps fatady injured this
morning at tbecar sheds of the East Capi
tol station r.f the Metropolitan Railroad.
He 1 now at Pruvidence Hospital. HI-; head
Is badlv injured, and it Is licJIevd hh
skull is fracturedi lleis perhaps internally
Injured, and for several huurs was in an
unconscious crcilltlon after he was ruaght
to the hospital.
Koletlsou, with a gang of men, were at
work repairing a car. A large derrick
held the wheel in position oer the vault
In which Rotiertson was at work. One
of the men slipped and fell against the
rigging, which cautcd the derrick to fall.
One prrt or it struck Robertson a terrible
blow on the back of the head, and knocked
him senseless against the wheel. His fad
was cut, and the heavy timber falling on
his chest and tody, pinned him down.
His companions quickly remoied the man
Credit Without Cost.
'Warm Bargains in
Cold Weather Clothing!
Oar bnyer'B lucky purchase In New York last week
makes these bargain prices possible. It will be folly
to pay cash In the face of such credit prices as these
For Tomorrow's Crowds:
Lades' Kersey Coats.
Made In the latest style-lined
throughout with fancy rolored satin
roll collar stitched seams Hap
pocket sell everywhere tor $12.98
a snap bar- Q QQ
gain at 99iIO
CREDIT WITHOUT COST.
Kersey Cloth Capes.
rMade with full sweep empire
back inserted velvet collar welted
seams the neatest of the new styles
worth, and sold elsewhere for
$10 a leader to- ft-ft'7 Jkr
day at 9 "TJ
CREDIT WITHOUT COST.
Fur Neck Scaifs.
Made of Nntural Opossum -perfect,
with daws, eyes and mouth
that opens and shuts with teeth
nn actual $2.60 value Ufif
Warm Seal Muffs.
Made of fine Electric Sear-llncd
throughout with satin very new
est shapes $3 and $3.50 val
ues -our. lucky purchase. QUn
n New York Clothing House k
.ii eventn rreei
j&-Open Evenings Durine December.
ftgreeao e 6noe surprises !
Men's $1 Chenille
Bilk VelVPt Toilet
Several Verv Pretty
Men's Wool-Lined Arctics,
The Very Best Quality
Made in America.
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
Men and Boys' Casco
Durable and Shapely,
Laced and Uniters,
Men's Box Calr Laced
Bull-Dog Shape, with
Triple Kxtensioii-Eilge 8oles,
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY..
Men's S3 Grade Hand-Sewed
Fine Cair.Laced nndUalters,
Bcveral Popular Shapes,
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY..
Men's S4 Trlnle-Sole
Bcotch Edge, Calr Boots,
Verv Comfortable and Durable,
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
1914 and 1916 Pa. Ave.
LAFAYETTE SQUARE OPERA HOUSE.
III French, German and Italian,
UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
WALTER DAMROSCII ANDC. A. ELLIS.
MOM lA Y E VEX1NO, D ECEMBER 1 3.
For the first time In many years, Rossini a
Mines. Mcltia, Van Cauterwi. MM. Sallg
nac, Campanari. Cnrbone, Bouilour
TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 14,
Mines. Gadski. Stnudlgl; MM. Kraus. Fisch
er. Bispnatu. Staudlgl.
THURSDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 16.
Mines. Seygard, Gadski, Toronta, Matt
feld; MM. Salignac. Campanari, Bou
douresque. Rains. Vannl, Sleliuiann.
FRIDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 17,
Conductors.. Mr. Damroscband Mr.Bimbonl
New York fcymphotiyOrchestra'.furicborus:
Complete sceneries und costumes.
6ubscrlptiou sale-opens Wednesday, De
cember 1, at the box of rice.
Steiuwav Pianos, used. Edw. F. llnep
i. Sons, Agents. no-0-3t
-mvn nvm nmF.
Ij Krrnan & Ulfe. Managera-H
betinesuay and Saturday.
Ihos. H. Dans i-nif Wo. i. Kerch's
Big Scenic, Production,
DOWN IN DIXIE
Music. Novelty Fun .and Sensation.
Exciting cene, Thrilling Incidents.
Real lotion Compress In Operation.
The FamouT PICK A NINNY BAND.
Next Wees, -James H. Walllck's "A
Gulltj Mother" Company.
MISS KATHERINB E. OLIVER
From Ian MacLaren's "Beside the Bonnie
Briar Bush," and other Scutch authors.
Congregational ChurchilOth A G Sts. N.W.
cluesdav..Dec. 1, 18SIT, at 8 p.m.
For the Benefit nf National Homeopathic
Admission SO cents.
Reserved Seats 75 cents
Sale of tickets at Metzerott's, beginning
Tuesdav, November 30. ne2lKlt
Harry Whealon Howard, Author and Di
rector. By the Legion or Loyal Women, at
he Church of Our Father, l.ltn and Lsts.
nvv., Wednesday evening. Dec. 1, 1897, at
ti o'clock. Admission BOc; reserved seats
ai Aietzeroii'8. Air. Howard win De as
tS"?.?.!: B,',VL".i'"n.,i '," eJ-,?.Ir;
Phillp Gerry, Lucius F. Randolph and a
male ociene. a most interesting lenture
or the program will be the third act or
"Jack the Ulant Killer," by a chorus of
80 children. no20-3t
from under the derrick, ard, placing him
in a wagon, drove quickly with him to
Snooper He took a drop too much aud
Skldmore- Delirium tremens?
Snooper No; parachute. Harlem Life.
An Overcoat Snap.
Men's Fine Kersey and Beaver
Overcoata, In blue, black and Ox
ford mixtures -actual (7.60, $8.50
and Jit values
CREDIT WITHOUT COST.
A Suf B3rga'n.
Men's Suits, In fine Imported
Scotch worsted goods-tbe best Saw
yer Casslmeres.and English Clays, In
black and blue regulai
Si I) and I2 values feO 7B
for Oil O
CREDIT ft 1TH0UT COST.
Trousers Spec al.
Men's Trousers, In worsteds, chev
iots and cassimeres made up in the
neat London stripes and plaids
52.50, $3.00 nnd
$3.5oqualitles-whlle A I OO
they last, for 91-09
CREDIT WITHOUT COST.
Made for good', hard;' wear ages 3
to 16 years do better suits sold
elsewhere for leis thah"$2
pedal prlce-cashjorr Sf aa
credit ,...r lf0
CmSDlT -WITHOUT' .COST.
m sm m v a ' M
Dr Fulton's Meetings.
Rev. Justin D. Fulton, D. D., of Boston,
Mass., the eminent lecturer, nnd author,
will ssak in the Eastern Presbyterian
Chuich as follows:
TONIUHT "The Enthroned Christ."
WEDNESDAY 'Spuigeou and Manning
Were Both Saved."
THUH&DA Y---Christian and Romish Pos
FRIDAY' "Sain Hobart's Program; the
Defeat of Rome."
Come and hearthis sturdy modern Luther
of the century. Services, 7:30 p.m. It, em
BIJOU 1 EA1 Eh "S 2tf:
High-class Family Vaudeville.
ALICE RAYMOND, Washington s World
Cuban Drama. "AMERICAN BORN."
TEN OTHER BIG ACTS.
Prices- 10, 20, 30 rts. Mats-, 10, 20 cts.
THOMAS DOWLING A CO.. Auctioneers.
B12 E St. N. W.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF TWO TWO-STORY
S1.S.-ROOM AND CELLAR BUFF-HRICK
DWELLINOS. WITH ALL MODERN IM
PROVEMENTS, BEING N08. 3502 AND
3504 MADISON STREET NORTHWEST.
. Underhand by virtue of two certain
I --u-) ui trusi, uaieu juiy id. idsu, turn
recorded July 25. 1S9U, Liber 2152 at
rouos i and 6, et-seq., respect iv ely, or
the laud records of the District of Co
lumbia, default having occurred lu the
performance or the conditions of the bonds
or writings obligatory, referred to in tbe
sniu deeds or trust, nnd for the full and
punctual performance or which, said deeds
of-trust were given, aud at the written re
quct of the secretary of the lwdy cor
ponile. the obligee, holder, aud owner of
'aid bonds. or writings obliga
tory, the undrrslmied tiustees will
offer for sale at public auction lu front of
the premises, on THURSDAY, the 2d day
or December. A. D. 18SI7. at 1 o'clock p.
m.. all tbonPtwo pieces or parcels or land
situated In square east of square twelve
hundred and ninety-six 1 12'.)6), In that part
of the City of Washington forincrlv called
Georgetown, the said lot being numbered
280, in Beatty nnd Hawkln's addition to
said Georgetown, and the same being in a
square formerly numtiered 126 In said
Georgetown, and described respectively
by metes and bounds, as follows: First, be
ginning on the south line of Madison (for
merly West) street at a point 77.77 feet
westerly from thelntersactiiiu of said line of
Madison street, and the west line of Thirty
fifth (formerly Fajette) street; th
same heiug tne northwest corner of a ten
rootalley. lying on the east side of the land
hereby conveTed and running thence west
erly with said south line or iladlson
street 17.41 Teet to the center or the
party wall between houses numbered 3502
and 3504 Madison street, tnence southerly
with the center line or said party wall
and the projection thereof 91.0G reet;
tnence easterly 17.50 Teet until It Inter-
?' - . a .point SJ,15.reet soutn-
erly from south line of Alariisnn street.
anil thence nortlierly aiomc tne west line
or said alley 93.10 feet to the place of
beginning: together with a right of way
over 6a Id ten-foot alley.
Second, beginning on the south line of
Madison 1 formerly West) street, at apciut
05.20 feet westerly f rum the intersection
of the said line of iiaillsin street, and the
weit line of Thirty-fifth (formerly Fay
ettel street: the same being the center of
the party wall between houses numbered
3502 and 3504 Mndlson street, and run
ning thence westerly j long the south line
or Madison street 17.82 teet to the cen
ter of the west watlot house numbered 35ol
Madison street; thence southerly along the
center line of said west wall and the pro
jection thereof 88.76 feet; thence south
easterly 20.08 feet until it intersects
the projection of the center line or the
above mentioned party wall at a point
91.08 feet southerly from the line uf
Madison street, and thent e northerly along
the center line of said party
wall. and its projection 91.08
feet totheplaceof beginnlng-.tcgcthet with
a right of way over the rear Sleet of
premises numbered 3002 Madison street
northwest, the same adjoining the prop
erty hereby conveyed on the east. In order
to give an outlet to tin 10 foot alley on
the east side of premises numtiered 3802
Madison street: and the right of way over
aid 10 root alley. The al-ove lots being
each Improved by a new two-story aud
cellar brick dwelling: six rooms and bath,
with all modern improvements, and being
bouses iitinitiered 330J and .tVU llnitlsun
street northwest. Said houses to l-e first
offered separately, and If not so sold, will
then be orfered In block.
Terms of sale: All cash. A depositor
$180 will tie requlrm at the time of sale
on each house and kit If sold separately,
and $200 It sold In block. Terms of sale fa,
be compiled with within 10 days from the
date of sale, otherwise the property will
be resold at the risk and cost of defaulting
purchaser or purchasers. Conveyancing,
recording, eto at purchaser's cost.
STEI'HE.V VAN WYCK, Trostee.
Washington Loan and Trust Building.
. FRED'K L. 8IDDON8, Trustee,
Washington Loan auu Trust Building.
AUCTION" SALE OF THREE VERY DESIRABLE-
On the premises. TUESDAY. DECEMBER
7, 1897. at 4 O'CLOCK P. M., the under
signed will sell at pulllc auction three
subdivisions of the land of Charles F.
Miller, located near Wander's Cross roads,
Alexandria county, Va-, 2 1-2 miles from
Ueorgetown: 1-2 mile lroiu electric cars.
First tract, 7 1-2 acres; second tract,
-1 1-2 acres; lath unimproved; third tract,
4 acres, improved by 7-nxmi bouse, out
buildings, good well, orchards, small fruits,
etc These tracts are all high, healthy and
very deslrablo for subdivisions or for poultry
raising and market gardening.
Terms: One-fourth cash: balance. In six,
twelve and eighteen months. These prop
erties will Ik sold without reserve to satisry
an outstanding trust.
For full particulars call or address WILL
W. DOUGLAS. Attorney, No. 930 F street,
Washington, D. 0. no28-10t
FOR SALE LOTS.
near 14th St.. 17:
party wail; $i,2D0. willih & uibhu.v,
Real Estate and Insurance, 3024 14th St.
wall; $1,26(1. WILLIS & GIBSON,
233 Pa. Ave. S. E. jj
Every evening. WecLiind Sat. Mata
! FAMOUS HANLON'S
A GORGEOUS SPECTACLE.
NEW PRODUCTION THIS YEAR.
Next Week -Henry Miller in "Heartsease."'
"Sorry r don't suit."
The Greatest Sensation of the Age,
Matin eesWednesdayand Saturday.
Next Week-Anutber hlgCciniedrAttrac
tlon, FANNY RICE..
Wednesday -MATINEES Saturday.
George Ldwurdes' Fascinating Jaiiauese
With the Identical cast as given over 185
times at Daly s Theater, New York.
"ONE ROOND OF PLEASURE."
BEATS ON SALE.
rnllimhlS F B an1 s Metzerott, Mgra
bWUIIiUId Nixon Ziiumcrman.Dlrectora.
Mr. Charles Frohiuan presents a Country
The Salt of the Earth,
By Joseph Arthur, author of 'Blue Jeans.'
Next Week "Miss Frances of Yale."
ITCRNAN'S LVCKUV TiirATF.R.
IV ALL THIS WEEK.
Tuesiluy, Thursday and haturday.
KLONDIKE OF VAUDEVILLES,
REILLY & WOOD'S
Concluding with tbe
WAI.hs ,r aJ .'A.lIONS.
Nex Week-Weber and Fields' Vaudeville
POST OFFICE NOTICK.
Should be read dally, as clianges may
occur at any time.
FOREIGN MAILS are forwarded to the
ports or sailing daily, and the schedule or
closings is ananged on tne presumption of
their unlnteiruptcd overland transit. For
the week ending December 4 , the last con
necting closes are u.ad'' at tills oflice as
TUESDAY-(b) At 9:20 p. m. for Eu
rope, per s. s. rarls , from .vvr lors,,
via Southampton, (c) At lt:55 p. ni. lor
Europe, per s.s.Adriatlc-.rniiu.New j.crk,
vl.i ciueenstuwn. (c) At lo.SB p. m. ror
Belgium direct, per s. s. Westernland,
rruiii .vew oric, via Antwerp. Letters must
be directed "1'er Westernland."
FklllAYUi) At 9.20 p. in., for France,
Snltzerlaud, Italy. Spain, Portugal Tur
key, Egypt, and brltlsti India, per s. s. La
Touralne,' Iroin New York, via Havre.
Letters for other parts of Europe must be
directed "Per La Touralne." tc) At 10.60
p m., ror Netherlands direct, per s.s. Veen
daiu.from New York, via Rotterdam. Let
ters mut 1 directed "I'er Veeiidam."
tc) At 10.55 p. m., for lienua, per s. s.
Fulda. from New York. Letters must be
directed 'I'er Fulda." cl At 10 55 p.
m., ror Norway direct, per s. s. liekla,
from New York. Letters must tie directed
"Per Hekla." 'cIAt IO.&6 p. m. for
Eurcfpe, per x. s. Etrurij," from Aew York,
via Queenntowu. c)At lO D5 p-m.. for
Hcotund direct, per s. s. Furne.4a, rrom
New York, via Glasgow. Letters must be
directed "Per Furuesala.
"PRINTED MATTfcR. ETC.-German
steamers sailing Irom New iork on Tues
ilays take iirlnted matter, etc.. for Ger
many, and specially addrrsed printed
matter, etc., for cither partsoT Eutoim.
I'hc American and Vvtilte Marstiamers,
sailing rrom New lork on ivednesiia)i,tne
German steamers on Thursdays and the
Cuuard, French and Germ-in steamers on
Saturdays take printed matter lor all
countries Tor whlcn they are advertised to
MuilH fur Soutli and Central Amer
ica, AVi'Ht Indies. .Kc.
TUESDAY-(d) At 0:25 a. m.; ror La
Plata countries direct, per s. s. Manltuia,
rromNew York, (d) Atl2:05p.m.,rorNevv
fuuudland, per steamer lrum Sydney,
lal At 3:20 p. m. for Jan aka, per steamer
from Boston. (el At lu U5 p. m. for
Costa Rica, per steamer irom New Or
leans, (c) At 10.65 p. in. fur Jamaica,
per steamer rrom Philadelphia. ic At
10'S5 p. m. for Grenada. Trinidad and
Tobago, per r. s. Irrawaudy, trom New
York. tc) At 10.65 p. lu. for Nassau,
N. P., per s. s. Autllia, from New Iork.
WEDNESDAY tci At 1055 p. m., lor
Bermuda, pers.s. Trinidad, Irom ivevv lork
Id At lo:o5 p. ni., lor Nassau, N P.. aud
SalilUiKD ilc Cuba, pers.s. .vaiilia!;o, Horn
FRIDAY (c) At 10:55 p in., for Brazil
aud li Plata countries, per ss. jHulIoii,
from New York, via Pernambuco, Bahii,
and Rio Janeiro. Lei tens lor Nortu lir.izil
must be directed "Per lluffon." (ci At
10:65 p. m.,iur Foitune 1-laiul, Jamaica,
Savamlla and Urc-ttovvn, per s. s. Alttie,
from New York. Letters tor Costa Rica
must bo directed "Per Alene." tc) At
10.65 p. m., lor Haiti, via Cae Haiti. Port
au Prince, Aux-Caves and Jacmel: also
B.ii'la Martha, per s. s. Kntv, irom New
York, to At 10:55 p. m lor Campecne,
Chiapas, Taliasco and Yucatan, per s. s.
Seguranca, lrum New lork. Letters for
otner parts of Mexico must be directed
"Per Seguranca." tel At 10-55 p. m.
for Haiti, per s. s. Prins Vtlllem II.. from
New York. Letters tor Venezuela, Cura
cao, urmldad, uritrsii and uutcn uuuna
must he directed "Per I'rlns Will em II.
(cl At 10:55 p. m., for Venezuela aud
Curacao; also Savanllla and CnrlLagciia.
via Curacao, per s. s. Cararas, from New
York. (C) At 10:55 p. in , lor St. llcmlngu
and Turks Island, per s. s. New York,
from New York.
SATURDAY -Id) At 12:05 p. m. for
Newfoundland, per steamer from North
Sydney. IC) At lo66 p. m. for Barbados
direct; and North Brazil, via I'ura and
Mauaos, per s. s. Cainetense. truu New
Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to
Ilalirax. and thence via steamer, close
here dally, excel Suuday, at 1 2.05 p. in.
and on Sunday only at 1 1.35 a. n.. td(
Mulls fur Utcjueiou, by rail to Boston,
and thence via steamer, close here dolly
at 3:20 p. ra. (a)
Malls for Cuba (except thee for Santlsgn
lie Cuba, whlcb will be Tor warded via New
York up to and Including tut- 10.55 p. m.
closing Wednesday), cioae here dally at
3 p. m. for lorwardlng via strainers snlllm;
Mondaysand Thursdays from 1'oitTniupu,
Fla., to Havana, (e)
Malls for Mexico, ovrrkind (except those
for Campeche, Chiapas, Tabasco and Ynci
tan, wnicn. arter tne VVeli,ri!ay overland
clo-4ng, will be forwarded via New York
up to aud including the 10.60 p. in. clos
ing Friday), close here dally at 7.10
a. in, (d)
Malls for China aud Japan, specially
addressed only, per s. s. hmpiess oi cnina.
from Vancuuver, close ben dally up to
0:30 p. in., November 29.U1)
Malls for China aud Jjp.in, per s. a.
Gaelic, from San Francisco, close here
dally up to 0:30 p. in., Demober l.(d)
Mails fur Australia (except tlmse for
West Australia, which arc furvranied via
Europe), New Zealand, Hawaii. FIJI nnd
Saunau Islands, p:r s. s. Mnrlposa, from
San Francisco, close here dally up to
ii:30 p. m., December 3.(d)
. Malls ror Australia (except West Aus
tralia), New Zealand, Hawaii and FIJI
Islands, per s. s. Aurangi, from Vancouver,
close here dally, alter December 3, up to
tt.30 p. in., December G.U1)
Malls tor China and Japan, per s. s. Ta
Cuma. Irom Tacoma, close here daily up
to 6:30 p. m December ll'.ld)
Mails tor Hawaii, per a. s. Australia,
from San Francisco, close here daily up
to S.30 p. m., December 22.(d)
Mlls tur tnp Soclftv Islands, ner shin
Tropic Bird, from San Francisco, close-)
here dally up to 6:30 p. m., December 2&.(-i)
(a) Registered mail closes at 10 a. in.
(bi Registered mall closes at 1 p. ni
(c) Registered mall closes at 6 p. m.
same day. ....
(dl RegtsteredjnalLiloses at 8 p. m.
(e) Registered .mail closes at 1 p. m
Tuesdays and Saturday."
' JAMES. -P. WILLETT.
, ... rostmastcr.
O VERLOOKI NK-6pen'all theyea'r rouridi
On and alter December 1 Mr. A. If. -Bliss
wilt be sole lessee and proprietor. It '
STATION CORNER OF SIXTU AND B
ooi?Jlr.weei days-PlTTSBURO EX
J,E.fc8.8;,--r,"r "d Dinlns Cars, Ilarris-
--".'. .to l'ittsbur.
i. ,A' M 1'ENNSYLVANIA LIMITED
l uilman Sleeping, Dlnlng.Smoking.and
Observation Cars, llarrl.burg toChbago.
Jnvinnati, Indianapolis, St Louis, Clcvo
VJn'' and Toledo. Buffet Parlor Car to
In 50 A. M. FAST LINE-Pnllman Burtet
larlor Car to Uarrlsburg. Buffet Parlor
nT'f't.W'UTe to Pittsburg.
O40 P. U. CuiUAUO AND ST. LOUIS
txprcss -Sleeping Car Washlngtnu toSt
Louis, and Sleeiilug aud Dining Cars liar
risburg to St Louis. Nasiivllle (via Clu
clncalii nnd Chicago.
7.2u P.M. ivKhit... EXPRF.KS-Pnll-man
8lceptug Car to Pittsburg, Chicago,
rn,A,J.l,1,nsburistoClivBaud. Dimng Car
7'-i i 4i. ct'TIIWKSTEUN EXPRESS
Pullman Sleeping Cars Washington to
Pltuhurg and Burrlsnurg to St. Louis
and Ciaclnuatl. Dlnuuc Car.
1010 P. II. PACIFIC EX PRESS Pull
man Hleeolnir Car tn Plft,,l.r
70 a. m. for Kane. CauancUlgua, Roches
ter and Niagara FulU daily, except Sun
day. 10.60 a. m. for Elmlra and Rrnovo dally,
except Sunday. For WulUm.purt uiby.
3-40 p. n.
7- " .- i... for Willlamspotr. Rochester.
Erie, Buffalo and Niagara Falls dally,
except Saturday, witu Steeping Car,
VAasnlngtou to Buffalo.
10.40 p. m. for Erie, Canandalgna, Rocnev
ter, Buffalo and Niagara Falls daily.
Pullman bleeping Car Washington to
Rochester Saturdays only.
For 1'U.ladeiiiU.o, Now York and the
4:00 p. m , "CONciltLSSIONAL L1M
H'ED," dally, all Parlor Cars, A'lth l'U
lng Car rrom Baltimore- Regular at 7:00
lljinuig Cari, 6.vo, u.oO, lo.oo turning
Can, and 11:00 (Dining Car from Wli
uJugioui a. iu.. 12:46, j.15, 4:20, b:50.
IG-.uo and 11:50 p. m.. On Sunda.7:00
(Dining Cari, s.oo, a. 00. ll-.oo lUUilmf
Car from Wilmington- a. m , 12:16, 3:15,
4-20, 0:to, 10.00 and 11.50 p. m. For
I'hlladelpma only. Fast Express, 7:50 a.
in-, week days, hxpress, 12:15p.m. week
days. 2.01 and 5.40 p. m. daily. For
Boston, without change, 7:50 a. in. week
days, and 4:20 p. iu. dally.
For Baltimore. 0:2b, l.cu, 750. 8.00.
V.OO, 10 oo, 10:50. and 11:00 a. in-
12:16, 12:46, 12:00, 2.01, 3:16. 3:40
14.00 Limited), 4:20, 4:3U, 5:40, B:lrv
fa:oo. :-.u, lo.oo, io 40, n:i, and
11:60 p m. On Sunday. 7.00, 8.00.
bO)0, 0.05, 10.50, 110JO a. m.. 12,13.
1.15, 2.U1, 3.15. 3,40.'(4JJ0 Limited).
4.20, 6.40, 6.15, 6.00, 7.20, 10.UO.
10.40, and 11X0 p.m.
For Popes Creek Line. 7.50 a. m. and
4it p. in. dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.00, OJjO a. nu. 4.20
and b.40 p. m. daily, except Sunday.
Sundays. "J.uo a. m. and 10 p. m.
Atlantio Voast Line -Express for Florida,
and point on Atlantio Coast Line. 1-JO
a- m, 3.4U p. m. daily: Richmond only.
10.57 a. m. week-days; Atlanta binn-ial.
via Lchuiond and Seaboard Air Liue.
40 p. m. dally. Accommodation for
Cluantlco. 715 a. m. dally, and 4.J5 p.
For Atlantic City (via, Delaware River
Bridge, all-rad route), 3.15 p. m. daily:
via Market street wlurr.lo oo aud ll:ut
a. iu.. j.. to p.m., eeit days.aud lloO
p. m. dally.
For Cape iiay, 11 00 a. m. week days.
11:50 p. m. dally.
Ticket offices, corutr Fifteenth and O
streets, and at the station. Sixth aud B-
strects, where orders cau tie left tor the
ciiecklug of baggage o deatiuatiou rruui
buiels and residences.
J. R. WOOD. General Ptsaeuger atut.
Scliedule in effect Nov. 14. 1SJ7.
Leave Washington lroiu station corner
of New Jersey avenue audC street.
For Chicago and Northwest. Vestibuled
Limited trains 11.05, 11.25 a. m.. S.H5
For Cincinnati. St. Louis and Indianapo
lis, Express, 11.25 a. in. Vestlbuled Um
lled 3.40 p. m.. express 11.55 p. m-
For Pltisburg aud Cleveland, express
daily 11.05 a. m. and S.so p. in.
For Columbus. Toledo aud Detroit. 11.55
P- m. rt
Winchester and way stations, to a. m..
13.40 nnd t5J0 i. m.
For .New Orleans. Meiiiplns, Birmingham.
Cliattanooga, Knoxvllle. Bristol and lua
noke. 10.s6 p. m. daily: eieeplnga cars
tbicugh , ,,
For Luray. 340 p m. dally.
For Baltimore, week days. 6. 6J0.
a7.05, x7.ll". X7.30. xS. 8J0. xb.JO
li..uu a- in., X.J.-UU ii.. .-vl.it.. i .!..
xl.16. X3 00. 3.20. X4.30, 4.3.1, X5.0S,
X5.10, X5.30. X0.20. 6.30, XS.UO. 8.15,
-t.20, 11.16. XI1.0O p. in., and xl-r.Ol
x0O . IU..X12.10, -xl.15. 1.20, X3.C0.
3'0. 4.35. X5 05, S5.10, 0.30. XH.CO.
X9.20. 11.15. X111 P. in.. l-VJl "'Stlt.
For Annapohs,7.10 and 8 30 a. in.. 4.30
and 5.30 p. m. aundajrs, 8.30 a. in., 4.33.
P' "or Frederick, week days.S, 11.25 a. m
4 jo, 3.30, ii. m. Sundays, D a. m., l.la-
''Vor Hagerstown, tll.OSa. m. and t510
For Boyd and wa-v pointy week days.
S.00 a. ni.. 4.30. 3J0, 7.05 p. ni. Sun
days, 0.00 a. m.. l.lo, . Mo p. nu
ror Gatthcrsburg aud way points, week
days, 8. 0. a. m.. 12.50. 3.15, 4J3.
5$a 7.u3. 11.43. P- in- Sundays, a a.
n. 1-15. 4.33. 7.05. 10.15 p. m.
lor w aNlmigton Junction and w.ty points.
8 a. ni., 4.30. 3.10 p. in, week days.
a. in-. 1-15 p. m. Sundays.
ROYL BLUE LINE FOR NEW YORK.
in!- 1'Ari. (1 .C!i- UIOI OlllJO. c i wpu.
at 10 .."cluck I- Suu.lays. 7-115. 0 a. m.
11.16 Dining Cor). 3. (5.05 Dining Car).
l.ol uisni: Sleeping car open n o'clock.
Additional trains lor pmUdeluhia. week-
arirdou-ail-da y. rains. ,
S1?-rape May. 12.05 noon.
lExccpt Sunday. xlAuress trains.
lSecace called for au.icneckfl from ho
.i -Tri.1 residences byLnloii Tranfer Cc
II "wKft " at ticket unices. Bill lnn
srlvanla avenue northnest. New iork
.Venue and Flfte.ith .trrjt.aii.1 at.deiU
(?ch.ilule in effect Novrmler 21 , 1b"''-
AU trilus atrtve and Uave Peuu.iivaul
Pangyr autljgj,,, jC-I for oanvUle.
Chi'iUjtte aud way tiem. uwini-
MlSiTsi-s- rr Sliasburg. Ilairlburit and.
btaunton. dally, except tsuudaf aud at.
SiyraiicT with the Cheipeak and Ohlcv
2f7 J! fur the Xatuial Bridge and Lexinit-
.. . ..-ii ni.'v..r..,n..i. E
FAST jiAlU carries Pullman Buffet
Jeeoers Sew York und Uaslilumuu l
JTImlile uniting at Kallibury with,
Pulmwu Sftcpet ffr Ashev.lle and llor,
nrins N. C: Knoxvllle and Chat
liSira.' Tcin.: Md at Cliari-tle with VulU
mSn sft-eiseFfor Augurta. Pullman Buffet
direiier. New YrtoNew Orleuus.tiJiect-ln-Tat
Atlanta for Dlriulnguaiii and Meiu
lihls. Solid train. Washington to New
l-rteans without change. Suuset personally
r.. ducted tourist excursion through sleeper
."'Ihls tm.n 'every VVednesday U. tTaa
Frnncisco. without change.
?ol ITin.-Local for Frcut Royal, Stras
burg und Harrisonburg, daliy, except Sun-
4?ifp. m.-Dally. local for Charlottes-
Tll!f4.1 o. m.-Dally. WASHINGTON AND
SOUTmviStERN. Vfstibuled, LIM
ITED composed of Pullman Vestlbuled
sleepers, dining cars and day coaches.
Pullman sleepers New -oik lo Nashville,
Tcnii. via Ashevllle. Knoxvllle. and Chat
tanooga. New York to Tampa, via Char
lotte,Co!t'mhia,Savanaih.andJacjnvUIe. uniting at Danville with Pullman Sleeper
from Ricnirond to AugusU, via Columbia,
with connection for A I Wen. S. C: New
York to Memphis, via Birmingham: New
York to New Orlean". via Allant-j and
Muntgomer. Vestltuleii ilay coach Wash
ington to Atlanta. Southern railway dining
car, Greensboro to Montgomery. ..
TRAINS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO
'DIVISION leave Washington 9 01 a in
daily and 4.45 p. m. dully, c-xceptun.lay,
and 6:25 p. m. Sunday only for RoundHlll",
4 32 p. m. dally, except Sunday, for Leea
burg, and o:2o p. m. clallv for Hcrndon.
Returning, arrive at Washington S.26 .a.
ic and 3.00 p. m. dally, from RoundHlll.
and 7:06 a.m. dallj , excejit Sunday, rrom
Herndon. and 8:34. i. m. dally, except Son
day, from Leesbur-f
Through trains rrom the Pontli arrive at
Washington 6-42 a. m.. 2-20 p. ni. and
9-25 p. m. dally. Harrisonburg, 1 2.40 p.
m. and 9:23 p. m. dally, except Si-nday.
and 8:30 a. m. daily from Charlottes Hie.
Tickets, sleeping car reservation, and in
formation furnisheiLat offices. 705 15th.
st.nw., 611 Pennsylvania avenue, ami at
Pennsylvania Railroad Passenger Station.
YV. S: GltEi3.Ueu.'Miiit.
jj.ll. C-JJI.p. Tntffif jidiiai-er.
W. A. TUHK.aen. PtiHM. Asenl:
U S. BltOWN, Uei- lit.l'a. IJept.
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