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THE -MOKNINGr TIMES, TU3ESDAX OCTOBElt 1, 1895.
HEfT-"r "" r'-y r- 'wk. h
That is the price we start both SUITS and
OVERCOATS. It isn't safe to go lower, but
ours at $10.00 are guaranteed. to be all -wool and
I fast color. They are cut as stylish as the finest,
' are well made and will fit perfectly. A big va
riety of fabrics, including our justly celebrated
Crown Black and imperial Blue Kougn c nevwv.
Sacks and Cutaways, all sizes. Finer ones if you
want them, as fine as the best tailors' best.
Fall Derbies at $2 and $3 that are $3.50 and S5 at
the exclusive hatters. All standard blocks and newest
We want to sell you 3'our next pair of shoes, and will do so if
jou will look through our new stock. The best cobblers can get
pointers from it. .
Robinson, Chery & Co.
I2TH AND F STS. I
BAWG 1 1 i
FIRST GUI OF TBI
"oifflh Russian Blue, English Serges,
"hibet Glotii, Black Cheviots,
Gray Gassimere, Kerseys,
Ganada Gords, Unfinished Worsteds.
Some are lined throughout with Silk and Satin
half-silk lined. Some have silk
and sleeve linings. Tailor made,
rich and elegant m appearance,
faultless in fit, extra stylish your
The most inferior garment in
the entire lot is cheap at $12.50.
The best of the lot is positively
cheap at $20. You'll say so, too, when you see them.
SEE ELABORATE DISPLAY IN OUR GREAT
CURVED PLATE-GLASS SHOW-WINDOWS. These
garments you need NOW.
Come to-day, please to-morrow may be too late.
VICTOR E. ADLER'S
TEN PER CENT CLOTHING HOUSE,
927-:' n SEVENTH STREET, N.W., Cor. Massachusetts Ave.
Saturu.:v urtil 11.
evenings until 7.
The Famous Clothing House, 803 Pa. Ave. N.
W., is now prepared and ready with a
A lutinnlnto Crv-irt" nf AlMl's. 7$OVS' an
and complete stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's
Clothing, which only skilled worKinansnip coum
We call your special attention to our line of
MEN'S SUITS at $5, $7.50, $10,
$12.50 and 15.00.
i $Siure$ofCHILDREN'S SUITS at
5 SI .50, $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4.50 and $5.
4? We positively guarantee that these three specials
6 nrp the rrreatest values in the city. You are invited
to this feast of bargains, and by calling you will be
convinced. As heretofore, money back to any dis
803 Market Space.
LEWIS B. MOORE, Manager.
p, s. Mr. Moore will be very much pleased to
see all his old friends and patrons call to inspect
the magnificent Fall stock.
PRAISE FOR SCH0F1ELD
I Is the price of "OUH GEJ1"
SHOES for Ladles and Men.
They hare an Invisible layer of
Cork between the Inner and
outer soles, vrhich keeps the
feet warm ana dry. All the
Comfort, Style, and Durability
of 51 shoes.
Wo quality Black Wool
Kersey OTercaltcrs sr
for Men and Women.. Du
WM. HAHN & GO.'S
KcliaMc Shoe Houses,
930 and 9JS Seventh st. n. w.
11)11 anil 1018 Pa. are. n. w.
234 To. are. a e.
1'Iel.cd Up n Carrier PIkcoii.
A. Herbert, a -workman employed on the
r-w city pott office "building, caught a
carrier pinion jeettrday afternoon, which
had dripped on oneof the beann.upparei.tly
exhausted The bird had a rirg around
BV le,r, on -which the Initial "P " and
"No 2C.007" -viere stamped. He has Uie
iSgeoii at his home. No. HOC Tvt enly second
ill -ci0CK5i?S 111
729-73E 7th St.
for tho ccmirg cold weather.
We ve amply prepared for it and
for you we've every possible
kind of FALL and tt 1NTEIJ shoe
to show you doubtlos the best
assortment in ashtngton
Men's Heavier Shoes.
HATH . WAY, SOULE HAIt
RINGTON'S famous University
Pigskin Tan bhoes the new
SpnJe lost easy n the feet
because lined with calf the
newest and best llnlnc. Thoy
are a,6 fallOES, Just now T . Q(
the price Is j4iv)U
Just a word about our
MEVSPATTLEVTHEi: PQ QT
&kocs .. )0iuU
We are bjsr Introduclne
the new HALTON Ladies' J") fl
Most Elegant Store In Wsshlncton,
939 Pennsylvania Ave.
Those who hold completed Library or Premium cards can present them and get the choice of
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DIVERSIONS OF A DIPLOMAT IN TURKEY. By S. S. Cox.
MISTAKES OF MODERN INFIDELS; or, Evidences of Christianity. By Rev. George Northgraves,
HEROES OF CHIVALRY; or, History of the Good Knight Bayard.
UNITED STATES SECRET SERVICE rich and exciting experiences North and South.
JEFFERSON DAVIS and the world's tribute to his memory.
CIVIL WAR BOOK and Grant album, depicting scenes and incidents in connection with the Civil War.
COLUMBIA COOK BOOK for successful housekeeping.
THREE DECADES; or, Union, Disunion, and Reunion leading movements in the1 late war.
THE FROZEN NORTH; or, Land of the Midnight Sun.
KING OF MYSTERIES; or, Perils of the Northern Seas.
QUEEN OF HOME; or the Loving Wife, Devoted Mother, Wise Counselor, and Faithful Friend.
WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION. By Col. George R. Davis, director-general of the exposition.
PICTORIAL BIBLE, containing short biographies of the Evangelists and Apostles. -
WESTERN WILDS and the men who redeem them.
ARCTIC SEAS The voyage of the Kite with the Peary expedition.
ALL GROCERIES REDUCED.
MAKE UP YOUR ORDERS FROM THIS LIST.
Box of GO good cigars., r
White Wine Vinegar
Best Butterine, lb
J.U Making Powder. 1-lti litis,.
UlucHcn Mulched, dozen
Smoked Herring, box
wealth of color
prir-e of 69c.
l'retzeletlc"t-lb I Trmi Thumtii .. .. lfc
Mrloin Menk.. .. lHc
Witch Hazel, nliitliottlc lr.c
1-82 bblKnjnlFamllT Flour 10c
Imported bardlnen in tcmato tauce.
per can IBe
Easle lira nd Condensed Milt 10c
uouster. tall cans 17c
Cider Ylnecar. ration 17c
Wilbur's Chocolate, cake 18o
French Hakim 1'ovtder. 1-2 lb cans.. 18c
Columbia Roups julienne. Consom
me. XiulHcntawnj-, Chicken, To
mato largo urn, each
Ilurkec's bal.nl UrealnK. Lottie. ..
Host Elcln Iiutter, lb
Dunbar Uaraturl. Shrimps, large..
PotatoChlpj, per pound
Java Flaiored Coffee..
Ohio Maple Byron, per can
Colbnrn'8 Curry 1'oTVder, bottle.. ..
Htnilereon's birch llioepbatr, bottle
larire.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Koval R-lkinirl'nirilfT. lib 4Go
Cleveland llaklncrovrder.l lb 4Tc
Golden Drip Byrup 4Hc
6 lb nails Cottolrna 48c
llorseshoo Chcvvlne Tobacco, lb.. .. 60c
51b palls Lard (best) COc
Fnncv Mixed Tea.. COc
Gravely 3 ply Chewing Tobacco.. .. 60c
Choice Oolong Tea.. 60c
Choice Gunpowder Tea 60c
1-8 bbl. Electric Light Flour 60o
Wilbur's Cocoa, per tin 20c
Arbucklc Coffee 22b
OMve Oil (imported) 25c
Best Malt Vinegar, gallon 27c
Best White Wine Vilx'gar, gallon.. .. 27c
a lb palls Cottoleno 28c
( string llrooms 28c
1-16 bbl. Electric Light Flour :10c
3 lb palls Lard (best) 30c
1-16 bbl. Jtojal FnmlW Flour 300
iuonarusou & uonuins rotti i urkey,
HollamlMaa nnd.ilot-lia Coffee.. .
Java and Mocha Coffpo
1-16 bbl. Lily Best Patent Flour..
French Baking Powder, 1-lb cans
Fine Gunpowder Tea.. -- .. .
Bpring Leaf Tea ,
Old Gov eminent Java Coffee.. ..
Best Mocha Coffee ,
New Orleans Baking Molasses 4.rc
j-inp oolong ica .i:
Mustard, per gallon 4Cc
1-8 bbl. Lily Best 1'atent Flour.. .. 6r,c
Extra Choice Oolong Tea 80c
Extra Choice Gunpowder Tea 80c
Boyal Family Flour bbl 54.00
1-4. bbl. Family Hour SI. 00
nm.mrip.nn.r ijmiiui gclBrcakfast llai-ou
Vf.!liitvfilfttnr(l Mmw) ltniitmrl fie
Ground Mustard, 1-4 pound c
Ground Cinnamon, 1 1 pound 8c
Ground Mure. 18 nound.. .. .. .. 8c
Whole Mace. 1-8 pound 8c
Ground Cayenne Pepper. 1-4 pound 8c
Wliolo I'vpper, 1-4 pound 8c
FrultPuddlnc. nil flavors 8c
Ilirn.ti'n H.iucA. .. . .. .. .. He
.1. 1L Rikinir lourder. 1-2 nouud tins 8c
Large Lemon Extracts 10c
Large Vanilla 10c
Bottles Catsup 8c
Good SteaK 8 and 10c
Wco Flour, per package 8c
Elgin Star Condensed Milk, can.. .. 8c
Bixby's Largo Blacking 8c
Olives, rirr bottle 8c
Large Mustard Bardlnes 8c
Ha co. per package c
Fat ltirlr. for seasoning .. 8c
Western bhoulder 8c
Mixed Candy, r r pourul 8c
Ivory (Elephant Head) Starch.. .. 8c
1 8 bbl. ltoyal Family SOc
Lily Best 1'atent Flour, bbl $4.23
1 4 bbl. Lily Best Patent Flour.. ..$1.23
wectric Ligut nest Jrainuy tiour,
bbl SI 00
Home made Egg Noodles, large..
dues, lu glass Jars
Caudles. No. 6. per set
Hemp CloUieS Line, 100 feet.. ..
Rumford's6-oz Yeast 1'owder.. ..
Largc3 lb. Can Baked Beans
Canned Oysters, per can
Kll 1'eltIJohn's FwkI. package joe
Chloride of Lime, large jo?.
Latgc lze Bags Salt, 2 for ..
Fat rimoked Bloaters, each ..
HrPnnnr.dnuhleHheets . ..
fnffp 1Lmiuv. ner IhiX .. ..
Toiiet bip. Miller's Cake ..
Bixby's -ruall Blacking .. .
Mucilage, Oc size
iwucie-ot iyKJiteii .. -- .9 .. .
Lirge Lump Stari-h Cc
. .i-... .. .- -- -- irnn.iiini M vv i (liibii .. .. .. -
Baking Powder. 1-4 lb cans.. n Iuchtarioap. c-nkc 4c
Ueflector. the tJest brass and silver n li:0veLrarfloap .dry 2 years old .. .. 4c
ponsnericnown.pac-Kasc " liorax roap. cako -c
Raisins. California $c
UalRlns. Sultanas 0
Baby Brand Condensed Milk. can.. .. 10c
Salmon, tall cans c
Imported Sardines, small, key 1-c
Steak Salmon, large flat cans 15c
I -a rue Enamcllue
lllrstt's Powdercl Lye
WhoIeCIoves, 1-4 pound
Ground Allspice, 1-4 pound
lOnwti RtLitt. Innir Itars .. .. .. .. .. .. 4c
r-oapine. iackage 4c
Pcarllne. package 4C
KnglL-hl'earlboop.lt Boats 4c
Brooks' Crystal Soap 4c
All persons are cautioned against giving
any orders to fraudulent tramps claim
ing to sell for our house. We have no
imnnn Hr.-irmi inefns no uiuei .. cc-i),n...ci.in. i
Taploca.per package r-nctety Wafers".." "".".. "..".". 12c
Farina, pound packago 8c
Olive Oil. small gc
Early June Peas .. ec
Htlrlr f7.in.lr. all flavors Sc
Bed Seal Lye. can 10c
Large French Prunes 10c
New-York Cream Biscuit 10c
Lemon Cokes 10c
MilkUinrh HI oi lea 10c
Mixed Nuts, best lGc
California Evaporated Peaches.. .. 12c
California Evaporated l'curs.. .. 12c
California Evaporated Apples.. .. 12c
New l'runells 12c
Chalmer's Gelatine 10c
Large Silver Prunes 12c
California Evaporated Anrlcots.. .. 12c
Chicory, lb 10c
Best Cream Cheese, lb 12c
LanternJars Sirup, pints 12c
Largo Bottles Catsup 15c
Uraveley 'sliest Tobacco 10c
1-1 bbl. fcifctric Lieut t-iour si.io
Lea a rernns- sauce,
YauilU Cakes 12c
Susrar Jumbles 1
Honey Jumbles.. 12c
Mixed Rifle Nuts 8c
haltlne Wafers 10c
Graham Wafers, ncr nou'id.. .
Vanilla Wnfern. ner pound 1
Egg Blv-utts, per pound llic
Wlnler Green Candy 12c
Canned Corn Beef, sliced 12c
Ulb Roast of Beefsteak 12c
Round Steak I2t
Sack Cornmcal (Squirrel brand)
Plymouth ltock (both, colors) gcla-
tlnC. a a mm mm mm
Campbell's Beefsteak Catsup, pt.. ..
Cal Pitted Evaporated Plums, lb.. ..
La utern JarsMustard
Imnorted Snairbettl. Pernackarre.. ..
French Peas, percan 15c
Best t resn Eggs, uoz itc
Cream Tartar, 1-4 pound 8c
177 Powder 4c
Bou Ami 5C
c Sla Crackers, per pouid go
cream crackers, per round oo
Johnston's G-oz. YeastPowder 10o
UU-e. large grain, lb Be
Dried Beaut, lb 5c
J B-BaklugPowder, 1-4-poundtlns.. 5c
Small Lemon Extracts Oc
hmall Vanilla gc
Small Glares Mustard 5c
Chloride ot Lime, small boxes 5c
Toilet Soap, fancy cake 6c
Patent Laundry Wax Cc
Rising Hun Stove Polish 5c
Small Oil Sardines, can 6c
Tapioca, bxw, lb c
Large WholcNutmegs, C fur.. .. ,. .. 6c
Large Plut Bottler Blue .. 6c
Ball Blue, lu boxc-., encb 5c
Picnic Size Baked Beans 6o
Water Lily soap, larse'slze 5c
Pint BottlPS Catsup 10c
Celery Salt, bottle 6c
Alabaster Starch, package Be
Root Beer, perbotlle 5c
Pride of Egypt Cigars 5o
Edwlu Booth Cigars
Mlmbella Cigars 5c
12cbcotca snuff, per box 5c
Ammonia, large uuiues .. .. .. .. ciu
New Dates 5c
Canned Corn, percan 6c
Canned Peas, percan 6c
String Beans, percan - .. .. 6c
Luna aeatn. percan uc
per ioiiie .ic. celery eeea. 1-4 pouna...
Gilt Edge Soap (5c. size), each 3c Ground Ginger, 1-4 pound
Babmtt-s soap 4 i-c caraway eeea, l-i pounu
Canned buccotab. can..
Macaroni, per package,
Potted Tongue. niall
2 lb uackagc Bt Oats .. .- ..
Large, fat mackerel, per pound.
13c Cornstarch, nackage .
Barlcv. per lb
Tickles, in bottles..
I'otted ham. small.. .
Loose Lard. lb.. ..
6cl Anmial Crackers.. ..
8cl N'le-Nacs. Tier nound.
8c Bottled Jamaica Ginger..
Sugar-run! hlioulders. lb 8o Whole Allspice. 1-4 pound bol LaiUes'Royal Hhoe Polish 8c
Criterion Brand Cal. Canned Apricots- 10c Queen i Anderson Jams
16c Saltpeter, 1-4 pound 8o
JOHNSTONS, 729-731 7th St.
Mayer & Peifit,
GENERAL OUTI ITTERS,
415 7TH ST. N.W. 41
Contained in President Cleveland's
Letter Announcing tho Retirement
Jen. JIi;e Succeeds to Tho Command
of tlif Army FoucUt Hl YVar
from tlie ltiink.
I President Cleveland yesterday Issued an
order retiring Lieut. Gen. Schotleld nnd
ipeakins in the highest terms ot the officer.
Gen. Nelson A. Miles, now In command of
the Department of the East at Governor's
Island, will Euccre-l to the command of the
army, but the title of lieutenant general
expires with Gen. Schofield's retirement.
The President's letter is as follows:
. "Exocutlv e Mansion,
Washington, Sept. 30, 1803.
"Lieut. Gci. John M. Schofield, having
reached the age entitling him to relief
from acUvc military service, be is. In ac
cordance with the provisions oflaw, hereby
Til,-! nnaii tho rettrcl list of the Army,
to date September 29, 1895, with all the I
pay ana uuuwmicc-n mivu, w uw .uu
niwn such retirement.
"It Is wltb much regret that theTresl
dent makes the nnn'iUnccment that the coun
try Is thus to lesc-from the. command of Its
Army this dlitlognlshcd general, who has
done so -noi-h for its honor and efficiency.
Hls-gallar.tr- in war challenges thcadmlra
tlon of ail bis eouttryruen, while they will
not fail o rcr.ien!-er and appreciate how
lalthfullj ho has served his country In times
of peace by his splendid and successf ul per
foniiance of clvli a well as military duty.
"Lieut. Gen. bchoficld's career, exhibit
ing an unvarying love ror his profession, a
zealous care for its honor and good name,
a Just apprehension of the subordinatlon
lt exacts, and a constant manifestation ot
the best traits of true Americanism,
furnishes to the Army an example ot In
estimable value, and should teach all our
people that the highest soldierly qualities
are built upon the keenest sense ot the
obligations belonging to good citizenship.
Nelson Appleton Miles, was born at West
minster, Mass , in 1839, and with the ex
ception ot Gen. Sheridan, Is the youngest
officer that ever held ,that position.
His appointment possesses more than
ordinary Interest from the fact that he
Is tbe first occupant of the high office who
has not been graduated from the West
Folnt Military Academy. It can liter
ally be said that he fought his way up the
The outbreak of the war found him a
clerk in a crockery store In Boston. After
aslx months' coursein a temporary military
school In that city, which was paid for
by his employer, young Miles went to the
tront us second lieutenant in the Twenty
second Massachusetts Volunteers. He rose
through successive grades to that of major
general, being brcvettcd for conspicuous
gallantry in tbe battles of the Wilder
ness, Chancellorsville and Bpottsylvania
Court House, and was wounded three times.
At tbe close of the hostilities he entered
the regular army as colonel of the Fortieth
It Is as an Indian fighter that he Is
best known to the younger generation.
He gained enviable distinction by his
hard fighting and brilliant campaigns
against the Comanches, the Nez Perces,
the Bannocks, and the Sloux,under Sitting
Bull. Kansas, Montana, Arizona and
8th and I bts. S. E.
We offery as an earn
est of Fall endeavor to
lead in MEN'S and
BOYS' Clothing, remark
ably low prices in Suits.
A splendid range of
BOYS' Suits in double
breasted and reefer styles
of excellent material and
PRIfiFS- IV.fi'. Uo-
We're Cutting Adrift
W'i S2 ywi sSSI TSStP f s-s? STXi am vi
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Every bit of stock on hand the in-season and the out-of-season. If prices have
any power to put you in a purchasing humor you will find the biggest of oppor
tunities here awaiting your coming. If there is old needing renewing or room
for new to be added to the home equipment, don't pass our "REMOVAL SALE" by.
There is Furniture for every room Carpets for every floor Draper- for
every nook and corner. There are Mattings and Stoves Refrigerators and Baby
Carriages Fancy Lamps and Bric-a-Brac Office Furniture Toilet Crocker'
Mattresses and Pillows Everything Fittines for a cctaee or a mansion.
And no such reductions in price have ever been made before. Of course, the
best choice is to be had now. Don't wait the crowds are growing bigger every day.
SI. BO, S2.BO
for MEN in verv
fine CLAY DIAGONAL
in Blue and Black
honestly every thread
style single and double
breasted, Cutaways, etc.,
at a very
deed, to open the season.
8th and I Sts. S. E.
917, 919, 921, 923 7th St.
636 Mass. Atc
was his management of that campaign
that undoab'tedly prc-ret-ted a general
More recently he distinguished himself
by Ills-course aaj-oraraandii g the Federal
uops during the railway strike and
ri ts in Chicago. In 18S9 he became brig-adlcr-gencral
and in 1S00 major general.
AVERTED A. 1VBECK.
which later was reilacedl
by a pernJncni err I
s.x i mi it.e trac:. was cicar. ami me .
Rkiiiiiuna ."i l...ii' M.lHiiij.i.na paved j
oui, una Miuii limits i.un itiruj.ii. .iiit.
theurviifiM. (..i .li i til ii.LLiidcf the
rail vas snapped by n heavy lrcight train
whim iuj-mi. Mniiy between b aim
o'clock The i'r p in the Unji.er.iture
had oiiitractcd the rall, loav.ig a wide
Joint, and the evtrcmilHss ot tue bridge
and draw rail-, nut being fluvli, a vigorous
Jar reMjIleJ. thus brnakirs the end of
New Mexico all -voted him either thanks
or sword sot honor.
He brought about the capture ot Bit
ting Bull, and subsequently compelled
the redoubtable Gcroninio to .surrender.
Ue was In command of the troops during
theturl"lent tiuivo preceding the Wounded
Knee troubles a few years ago, and It
GOT SIX TEA US IN AI.liA.VY,
A broken ra'il on the draw of the Long
Bridge blocked steam traffic-on lliat thor
oughfare from 6 OH ".30 yostcnlay morn
log. A section of the extreme northwest rail
" iTt r".. '.: '.. "".-.. ." iX'. ; . Lacer while he was in tl.e act i xcelvlnij
wai discovered by Drawtender .Marvle ' tho watches Mlcn from .Vn-i- P.'c-1-Just
In tlmo to fug train No. 412, the l.atiier of t'.is ot b "lr .Itn.-n.a
Alexandria -local, which leu ic.iAria t l-il i..-r crocl". v.as trntilrt rjltimoro
at 8 o'clock, thus averting what m.gnt rt.,.r.,v. rtir..i -x t ' ' :ng noien
under ln(lictni"nu and wnlt'ngfora tri.illn
tho cr 1:1 mil cti.it A.tS.ouglt hH -i-antlc
greaur o.'fense, t ie l.m t or 1 i1m,i. e!u.j t
will bo time years In Alba-y, c.il i al. ...
Ion, as his less guilty irt icr
y . l-opular creation.
A llMENI.VNS & I'A 1ST
Autlioritit- In Coiitiiiitliiople.
Loi'dop. Pent. 20. The llornln; Post
to-mirrovr vlll print 11 nUpattli frcn
I'diMai linoplo to a !cat news asency i-ay
lug lhnt a rumbcr of Annenlans made a
o.tl'j dcniuustratlou against the author
ities there tn-day.
Aoconiii'lei' of "Hbxxl" ,Toi.iw In llio The polii-o attacked the mob. killing sev
Hiekenljiicljer Holibi-ry Convicted. 1 ral jicior.s and wounding others. Many
1 o, PointiPTior. 11... n.-m ,-. r,.,3 1 1-r-o.n ivcre arrested. Order was finally
I arrcstetl in -New Y rk Iir lwr. t ve Henry
hnvo lippn il tcreclc.
The" train was Just steaming away from
the station at the south end of the bridge
when the draw-tender clervsi ibi'ji..t
It occurred at a busy lime, when-trains
are coming and going, and I efcre the-de-ranged
rail could be leplaird Willi a
sound one six north and south bound trains
were blocked. A gang ot track bauds
was soon on the scene,-and a temporary
prrprrly, aid :' ; m year. 1111
prtonniM Heacknowlcdgnl p.' ktig '"ic watches In
the satchel In vl r! t' "'V Trrre shipped to
Xw York, rid Ih'ttl ve Hus-sey, of the
lii'tlni' ns force. I ad securvd two witnesses
whiis.i-.-hlm reccive-tlic goods from Jones,
The luiur Individ Jal is btlllln Jail here,
Kniliczilor Curd well Under Ball.
Ulchnnnd. Va., Sept. 30. Mr. Richard
V.' Csrlwell. who was recently Indicted
in the Huntings coutI of this city, for
making i.Ute entries in the books of tbe
State Hank, was arrested here to day, on
bis return from Norfolk, and balled in
the sum of $3,C00.
Tin- -Murnlnir. Evening: mid Sunday
TlnieH delivered to your liOimo cost
yon tout 1 U-3 cents 11 day, or 50 cents
I FIELD, "ic
A hotter track does not exist.
In point of size aad construction
it leaves nothing to be deslrcA
Learners qulcxly acquire the art
of riding under th careful su
pervision ot our Instructors.
A $! guarantee" ticket secures
instruction until proficiency is
Lady pupils receive special attention.
District Cycle Co.,