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THE TIMES, WASHXETGrTOET, THURSDAY, yOTJSMBJI!! 18, 1897.
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NEWS FROM ALEXANDRIA
Everett 3IcDonaId Wilkinson Gets
Thirty Days' Imprisonment
Epworth Lniyiu to Have a Pound
IVirry for the Pour Electric
Car Talce Fire.
Alexandria, Ya., Nov. 17 Everett Mc
Donald Wilkinson, who was arrested in
this city yesterday at the request of hia
wire, Mr. Kate Wilkinson, or Fore.-aville,
Mu.. -whom he had deserted, was today
sentenced to the worklKiusc Tor thirty
days by Mayor .Simpson.
Lee Level, colored, wno was arrested in
this city on suspicion or obtaining goous
in Washington under lalse pretenhes, proved
not te be tne man wanted, and was. re
leased. On Thursday evening the members of
the Lpwouli League of Trinity M. E.
Church will give a pound partv ror the
benefit or the poor. The members of
the league and Church are requested to
bring a pound, penny and potato.
An eleotnc car on the Mount Vernon Hall
way caught rire last night near Fairfax
aim Franklin streets from the electric
heater. An employe, in extinguishing the
flames, bad bis hand badly injured.
Rev. L. J. Me bougie, -pastor of Trinity
M.E. Church, ha gone to Manassas to con
duc-t a series of protracted meetings.
A "olirysanthesiiuin tea'' was given at
the rectory of Grace Church tonight by
the junior order or that churrii. A musical
rind literary program was rendered and
refreshments were served.
The First National Bank of this city
which was recently designated as a Gov
ernment deio&Itory, received Government
money on deposit today.
The ferry Keamer Belle Haven, in start
ing on her firt trip for Washington this
morniug, blew a hole in her boiler, which
necessitated withdrawing the steamer. .Re
pairs were at once made and the steamer
resumed her trips this evening.
..?'.I.b'ie G,uboU: u elderly woman, who
. UXrC In- ,Wluingu.n, WJIS Viea
E,..V.ne fetreet b-v tDe P"t this even
liquor. "" Uuder tU0 i,iriUj;nce of
Alortuhty ol tbe "Week.
According lo the weekly report of the
itcaluh department the number of deaths
in tlie Distrjcl or Columbia during the
period .'.ndlug Saturday aggregated 31
from all causes.
TO CIJHK A COLD IX ONE DAY
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druKgisUi refundthe money ir itfailsto cure.
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A Powerful Machine.
"Boston, Nov. 17 For the past two years
Prof. Trowbridge, the director of Jefrerson
Physical laboratory of Harvard, has been
perfecting a battery for electrlcaldischarge.
It is the most powerful of its kind iu the
world. It is the ouly battervstrongenou-h
to send a discharge through an x-ray tube
It doesn't need the assistance of such a
machine to convince anyone who has tried
iti that Tharp's Pure Iterkelcy is the best
whisky on the market. $1 a rull quart, at
Jas. Tharp's, 812 F st-nw. fj
Star Oil Stove $3.50.
A splendid heater, no smell, no tiouble.
.. ,......,. luu.cmoire aim saving in a I
1um.. Only $3 50 at Mnddiman'sT
12th and G sts. Chennpsf ni.,,w. i.. . .. '
io1 f ixiures. nol7-tf
rour credit is good at Lansburgh's Fur
niture House, 13th and F sts. ot-3-tr
GAS HEATING STOVES,
..MtTHDIMAN'S, 12th and G, is the best
U,a.CtV.to RO Toi a".vtdug of tue sort. You
SrLi1";, reatst variety and cheapest
prices there. .Large gas radiator, only
$3.50. small size, $2.90. ,
TIE GMTEEI EULOGIZED
Adjut. Gon. Breck's Apotheosis
of the Federal Dispensary.
AFTER THE EUROPEAN MODE
'Hie !Net Profits o Pot Exclmnses
Used to Improve the Soldiers' 3111
of Fare A Strong Appeal for
More Artillery and More lufnutry
Adji. Gen. Brock has made his annual
reports to the Secretary of War and to
Major Gen. Miles, commanding the army.
The following extracts from the report to
the Secretary are of interest:
A bill lo reorganize the line of the army,
etc., increasing the artillery by two regi
ments and each infantry regiment by two
companies, was introduced in Congress dur
ing tue rir&c HL-esiou of the Fifty-fourth Con
gress (S. 2202 and II. It. 5635) and favor
ably reported by the Senate Committee ou
Military Affairs, its title being changed to
"A bill to provide a modem organization
for the line of the Army." I have been
informed that it was also favorably con
sidered by the Military Committee of the
House of Representatives. It is still pend
ing before Congress uud bus heretofore been
strongly recommended by the commanding
General of the Army and by the Secretary
or War. It Is an absolutely necessary pro
vision for the preservation, care, and ue
or our seacoast armament, aud, as an in
dispensable preparation to meet emer
gencies of the country's service as thoy
arise, as they are certain to do, I recom
mend that the passage of this bill be urged
in his report to Gen. Milerf, the adjutant
general hrv this to say on the interesting
subject of canteens, euphemistically styled
The post exchange continues to fulHll
in a satisfactory manner the purposes ror
which it was created. Devised eight years
ago as a substitute Tor the post trader's
store, whose discontinuance had been de
cided upon, it has developed into a very
userul auxiliary to Army administration
as an aid to discipline, contentment and
good conduct iu the Army. Nearly every
commanding officer bears testimony to
its value, originally modeled arter the
plan or canteens, in European armies, wjrh
beernges as a prominent feature, it has
progressively minimized this feature and
established a position that is peculiarly
its own, in supplying th wants of the
soldier not met by Government supplies, at
prices very little nbove the cost, the net
jiroiith being used for the improvement of
iiis table fare, readingandrecreatlon rooms,
Tne capital with which thebe establish
ments are organized and coiaim-ted, the
equipment, and In tcveral cases the build
ing at -VMiuh inej are located, are urtually
Uie property oi the soldiers themcelos,
and the net profits derived iroiu the bust
lies are tnus returned to them through
the company lunds, which are expended lor
their beuurit. Lejontl the time of an cfii
cer to superintend the business aud the
serices oi a lew tnliMed men as attend
ants at some posts, these exchanges are con
uucteu witnoui expense lo the Goernment,
wmch also has no pecuniary responsihilitv
Tor the business.
During the year ending June 30, 1807,
the aggiegate receipts of the seventy
five exchanges in operation iu the army
amounted W $l,ti0u,4b5.71 ", tueie was ou
hand in cash on the 30th of June, 1896,
$f4,y77.-13; aud theie was received as
money on deposit, $154,184.08, making
the total amount of money received, $1,
815.ti47.82. There was expended for
merchandise purchased, rent, fixtures and
repairs, aud expenses of operation, $1,
207,104.47; which, less deposits, gave
net profit of $304,358.07. From this
amount theie was donated to the funds of
the several regimental bands., $8,021.01;
to the maintenance of post gardens, $4,
575,04", as piizesfor the encouragement of
athletic sports, $5,158.24; and, after
setting aside the sum of $117,739.08, as
a reserve fund to meet anticipated ex
penses for at least one month, there was
letumed to the members In the form of
dividends the sum of $255,164.01.
The net value of these exchanges, that
Is to say the balance of their combined as
sets over their liabilities, was, on Juno
30, 1897, $259,147.28.
FOHEST RESOURCES OF AMKRICA.
.Dwindling Supplies Enige the At
tention of the Government.
Secretary Wilson, in his last annual
report, said that it was his belief that
sooner r r later a large line of manufactur
ing industries emplo3ing at present cap
ilal tc the amount of more than $1,000.
000,000. employing labor of more thau
l.Ouo.OOO workers, and producing nearly
$2,000,000,000 of value annually, will
be more or Jess hampered for lack of suit
able supplies because or the absence or
rational use and systematic reproduction
of our forest resources. Secretary Wilson
sajs further: "Our agricultural interests
in the hill country and mountain districts
are bound to surfer, Indeed are beginning
to suffer from the same caue, just as
they have suffered in other countries.
"The Department of Agriculture, through
the division of forestry, has, with scanty
appropriations, .-ndeavored to secure aud
disseminate technical information need
ful in rational forest management. It has
also experimented on methods of tree
planting, with a view to an extension of
forest areas into the forestless regions
which need the shelter and protection of
forest growth, and has increased our
kno-wlcige of the ptoperties of our tun
bers which might lead to desirable econ
omies in the future.
"A more liberal consideration of this
line of work by the Government would
scm justified by the magnitude of the
interests involved, especially since, with
the establishment or forest reservations
from the public domain, the need or tech
nical knowledge in their management has
become a necessity."
HENDEZ VOL'S IN HAMPTON ROADS
Xorlli Atlantic Squndrtm Not to
Cruise in Cuban "Wnterft.
The Secretary of the Navy has deter
mined, probably out or consideration for
Ufe nerves of the Spaulsh Queen, not to
permit the gallant North Atlantic Squadron
to cruise in Cuban waters. In lieu of this
determination the squadron will rendezvous
for:he winter at Hampton Roads.
The moH strenuous exertions will, how
c-er, be made to keep the American patrol
against filibustering at the highest pos
sible state of efficiency. There are now
three vessels cruising off Key West.
Relieved as Military Attache.
First Lieut Churles G. Dwyer, Third In
fantry, U. S. A., now military attache to
the American legation in the City of
Mexico, has been notified that he will be
relieved from duty as military attache to
that legation as soon as his successor
reports to the American minister in that
city for duty.
Donation Pnrty at Y. "W. C. Home.
A donation party will be held at the
Young Women's Christian Home, No. 311
C street northwest, Tuesday, November 23,
from 3 to 6 p. m. Donations of groceries,
money, bed and table linen will be most
acceptable. The entire bulldiug will bo
open to inspection.
Nicaragua Needs Cash.
American capitalists may find an in
vestment opportunity Jn the offer of the
Nicaraguan government to soil or lease its
railroad. The report to this erfect comes
from the American consul at Mauagua.
VALDE OF TRADING STAMPS
Argument on the Case in the Court
Counsel for the Compnny Contends
It is Not a Gift Enterprise With
in the Meaning of the Law.
The trading stamp case came up In the
court of appeals yesterday on appeal
from Hit, police court. Attorney A. S.
Worthinyton presented the case of the
stamp company, and Mr. Thomat that of
the District. Mr. Worlhington held that
the giving of stamps to jiurchasers of goods
entitling such purchaser to a j rrmiuni was
not a gilt enterprise within the meaning
of the law.
If the law waste be so broadlv construed
as to prohibit the giving of trading stamps,
that law would also prohibit gilts to news
boys or for other charitable puriioses. If
the law was so broad as this, it was tin
constitutional, because Congress had no
right to inter,' ere with a man's right to
legitimately dispose or his jiroperty.
Mr. Woithlngton contended that the
object of thclaw was to prohibit enterprises
where the distribution of gifts or premium
depended upon lot or chance. lie produced
authorities In support of this contention and
read from the Standard Dictionary that a
"gift-exhibition wajs a species of lottery,
allied to raffles anU policy."
Attorney S. T. Thomas, for the Distil :t,
lead the act of 1873, under which he
c'almea authority for the prosecution. He
contended that to hold out a promise of
a gift conditioned upon the collection of a
certain number of stamps was a "gilt
enterprise" within the meaning of the
lav Hv defined ''chance" to be the con
junction of circumstances more or less
favombie, and pointed out what he con
sidered the elements of ctieuce in the trad
ing stamp transaction. The purchaser
took the chnnce of not getting 990 of the
stamp-;. The merchant took the chance of
gaining an increase In business. The mer
chant also had the chance thut some of .Os
patrons would not ask for the stamps The
stamp company took the chance that sonirt
of the stamp collectors would not .xdtect
999 of the stamps, and that the Pivmium
would not have to be given. The stamp
company was not a commercial enterprise;
it was purely a gift enterprise. The stamp
company ugieed to sell the stamps to mer
chant at one-hulf of the face value ot tne
Attorney Thomas argued that thse
stamps bad no face value, and had a v-ilue
only to the man who look the chance of
getting 099 or them.
He concluded by sa3'ing that 'he de
rendants admitted that their scheme was
in viola '.Inn of the letter of the law, and
that their only contention was that It did
not iolate the spirit or the law.
Attorney Duvail tollowed for the prose
cution. Attorney Worthington closed.
The court icserved its decision.
REV. DR. CONATY'S LECTURE.
A Lurge Audience Listen, to Him at
Si. Paul's Parish Hall.
St. Paul's paiish hall was crowded to
tie doors last evening with the members of
St. Paul's Union and their friends to listen
to the first of a course of lectures given
under the auspices of the union. Mr.
George E. Handlton, president of the union,
presided, and duiing the course of his re
marks spoke of the work that had be-u
accomplished and the plan of the Woik
they imped to cat ry out this year.
Alter this he introduced the lecturer of
the evening, itignt Hi v. .Mgr. T. J. Conat.j
D. D.. lector ol ih. Catholic Lfi.Hersity.
who spoke on "Our duties towards the
Intellectual movements of the day. The
lecture vas a masterpiece, and elicited
frequent applause Trom the large audience
Among other things, Mgr. Conaty said
"Tills .- an age of organization, which
K-aches out to everything and everybody
Sucfesc In any direction seems to depend
upon organized effort It has become i.
craze, until the old joke about the "jlner"
has passed Into stiongest reaiity. Social
development and mental Improvement ap
peal for organization, that the strong may
help tho weak, the learned share their gold
with their less fortunate brethren, and thu
a spirit of helpfulness is developed and tho
general well being or the community is
greatly advanced. Such is the aim and
object of a union, puch us is here -epre
Rented. Social and mental improvement
undnr the guidance of jiarish leadership,
so that a brotherhood and neighborhood
fee'lng may be cherished and a fiee trade
In the good things possessed may be en
joyed. The church idea is fostered it, this
nnnncr. and the work of the church Is
broadened and expended
Dr. nenry's Headache Towders are in
valuable for any headache
Fire Pinteerion icir Naval Museum.
Chief Parris, of the fire department, has
recommended that the water supply at
the Naval Museum ol Hygiene, at Twenty
third and E streets, be increased, and tliat
two hydrants like those used by the city
he placed on the grounds. This report is
in compliance with a request from Sur
geon General Van Revpen, of the Navy,
who asked for an inspection of the place
with reference to its protection from fire.
Happy the home to
which a baby comes. Hap
py the mother who thrills
responsive to the touch of
baby fingers. Happy if
baby is bright, healthy and
destined tr n life nf rrViet
usefulness, but sad indeed if the child is a
sickly one, peevish and puny, and sentenced
before birth to a life of pain and suffering.
It rests with woman herself whether her
children shall be healthy and happy, or
sickly and a thankless cross to bear.
Taken during the expectant period Dr.
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Mrs. Jennie Parks, of Marshall, Spokane Co.
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The newly-wedded wife, above all othei
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W H? IffS 'iiigfoffifi
District baptists Urged to Sup
port tlk Institution. .
ASSOCIATION. AGAIN AT WORK
Total Abstinence) and Sunday School
the Other Topicp Discussed Yes
lerrtny Snenkuis Contend That the
Hope of Combating Inteiiijieraiice
Rests "With Young Men.
Three very important subjects wore dis
cussed yesterday by the Columbia As
sociatlon of Ha p list Churches of tho Dis
trict, now in seB&Jpn at the Fifth Church
They were total abslncnce, Suuduy-scliooi
work and the report of the committee on
education, .which was submitted by the
Kev. J. J. Mulr, of the E Street Baptist
The morning session was opened with
prayer for Che cause of temperance by the
Kev. JJ. JTez Swem, which was followed
by Hie committee reporton total abstinence
by the chairml.11. Mr. E. W. Bliss. Iu the
absence ot Mm newly elected moderator the
proceedings were conducted by the Rev. Dr
Muir. The subject was discussed by .'so
Rev. Dr J. C. Nnylorand Mr. Swartwout,
the former maintaining that the hope to
rede-ein tiie land from the glgauticevil lay
in the strength' of the young men of rhe
country, nud urged that a strong appeal
be made to them. He said so far as
Congiess was concerned it was useless to
look tor aid from that source.
Mr. Swartwout made an urgent uppctl
for greater moral and financial support
for ttie Anti-Saloon League, which, he said,
was tljing good work iu the District.
The report on ' 'Systematic Beneficences, '
submitted by Mr. Darlington, on Tuesday
evening, and which was made the special
order for 11-30, yesterday, arter dk
cussion, was adopted.
The Kev. J. 0. Naylor submitted an
'nteresth.g report on the subject of the
distribution of Bibles aud tracts, which
M( debitor West was present, and pre
sided at the arternoon session, which wa&
opened with devotional exercises, led by
Mr. E. 31 J'ollard. This meeting was c
cupied v.ith the consideration of Dr. Muir s
teport on education, which, embraced a le
view or the year's work at the Columbian
University, and Wayland Seminary.
President B. L. Whitmau was called on
to speak for the Columbian University, but
suggested that the heads of the three
scnools ol the institution, speak for them
Dr. Huntington, dean of the college, wlu
spoke first,, made an eloquent appeal 10
Baptists, but more especially the Baptists
of tvie District, to support the unheraity
Th Institution, he said, received sup
port from otfhf r denominations, but It mus
be lememlrtrcd, he added, that they 'io;d
the Bapttdts responsiblj for the moral ind
educational standaid of the college. Wlui
did the Baptists ot the District and the
country at largf intend to do for Colnm
bum University? It was a serious qa.-s
turn tt'id should be calmly ronsldercd. TV
institution should not be Iert to languisl
while others prospered.
Pror. Ilodgkir.s. dean of the scientific
school, and Dean Munroe, of the school
of graduates,.made interesting reports or
the workof the year In their depurnre.its
and appealed to the Baptists of the roun
try to support the Jtmtltotion.
The subject was also dlscussad by Prof
Wiltuu and Lodge, President Ho-.-y, ..f
Wcyland Seminary, and Dr. Dorgan, of
the Southern Baptist Theological Semirri-.-at
The evening session, which was opened
with devotional exorcises, condMCied by
Mr. Charles TV. Needham, was given up to
the consideration of Sunday-school work,
especially in the District. The report on
the subject was read by Mr. P.H. Bristow,
Mip"riutendent, of the Calvary Church Sun-diy-sch-jol.
-md gave a detailed review or
the methods employed and the progres-sof
The report was discust-ed by Rev. E.C
Dugan, Mr Miles M. Shand, and Mr.
Kec-dham. In his remarks on 'the subject
Mr. Shand said one or the requisites was
a proper organization. In this connection
he spoke of "the tirade made by a minister
of another denomination a day or two ago
against a certain Christian organization'
He referred, no doubt, to the opposition
expressed by Presilent Burke, or the East
cm Maryland Lutheran Synod, to the use
rulness of the Christian Endeavor Society
as a church organization.
The association will meet tills morning
at 10 o'clock.
Alfred Oxdwav, the artist and founder
of the Boston Art Club, died today. He
wnt the first secretary ot the art club, its
t'efcFurei, It president In 1339, cor
responding secretary in 1806, and Jn
185f. to 18G3 director of the exhibition
or painting? a fcthc Boston Atheneum. Old
way's specialty was portrait painting, in
which line he was very successful. Of
lati veuis, however, he had devoted much
study to iamlscajie painting.
William Elwood, who had become fairly
well known as an actor, died last night
at the Hotel Cadillac, in New York City.
He last appeared in New York at the
Foviteenth Street Theater as the hero or
"Shall We Foigive Her?" in September
last. Previous to that he had acted with
fUuaic Robson for several seasons and for
a long time was in Fanny Davenport's
company. Tils real name was H. E.
Hafeiiagle, and he was born thirty-five
years ago in Detroit He leaves a widow
who Is known cu the stage as LunaCoop.o-
How to Cure Billons Colle.
"I sufrered for weeks with colic and pain
in my stomach caused by billousnesa and
had to take medicine all the while until I
used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, which cured me.
have ince recommandd it to a good manj
people." Mrs F. Butler, Fairhaven, Conn.
Persons who are subject to bilious colic can
Kird of the attack by taking this remedy
as soon as the first symptoms appear. Sold
by Henry Evans, wholesale and retail
druggists. 938 F sfc una Conn ave. and S
et. nw. and 1428 Md. ave. ne.
Take the Pennsylvania Railroad
To Baltimore, Sunday, November 21
$1 round trip. nol7-lt,em
NEWBY-FRANK T. NEWBY, of 43 D
street southeast, beloved sen or Mary F
?.?AY."y departed this hfe November 10,
1897, at 12:30 a. m. It-em
DADE ELIZABETH D.niP.ilonnri n,
life on the 10th May of November. 1 Ren
in her ninety-sixt h year.
The funeral will take phice Thursday
November 18, from St. Alary's Church. At
- P- m. 'it
, ,A,r',nKSt t5c bread winners in all classes
., Sv'y urP t0 be found men who com
pose the real salt of the earth, and who
are typically the nervous temperameuted
men -men of impulse, energy, restless activ
ity and strong ambition. These are the
,'J ?vl, avo wjmt-we may call "swltch
Sni.tefn,,or.aracnt '" which states of
despair and hope alternately sway and
guide their actions. Their descent to the
one state Is rapid, and equally so is their
r1'?,".6 to the other. Their daily pendulum
or lire swings quickly between the two
extremes. Nature has endowed them with
,"" t,xu,bernn,i nerve force, and not the
past dangerous circumstances of their
11 yes are those which tend to its sup
pression or misdirection. Such men think
quickly, walk quickly, eat quickly. Intheir
case, worry, brain-tire, physical exhaustion
and Consequent inability to fuirill engage
ments or discharge duties produce instabil
ity in mental action, which Is quickly fol
iVwcaJ?y irritability and general depres
sion. These are the patients who are told
,.n. ? he,lr ,fyor' or Jt ls dyspepsia, they
eed tonics, &c. But their dtsslputed nerve
euergy is really the cause or their ail
ment, and the visceral organs become in
volved secondarily. It is their lowered
f rye tone that causes distaste for food,
distress after eating, constipation, ringing
in the ears, insomnia, nervousness, dry
tongue, uncertainty of gait, pranks of
memory, and a hundred other symptoms
that are usually ascribed to some other
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acter and GUARANTEES A CURE.
TREATMENT AND MEDICINE.
.DaI'y office hours, It) t. 5; Monday.
V ednesday, Thursday and Saturday, till
a p. m.; Sunday, 10 a. in. to 12 m.
-gS- CONSULTATION FREE. -a
Wt anV Mme?all, a8 ChaDKeS may
,JrtI$E-10lnt-MA!L arc forwarded to the
por.s or sailing daily, and the schedule or
closings is arranged on the presumption or
tneir uninterrupted overland transit. For
the week ending November 20 they close
promptly at tnis office as follows.
FRIDAY (b) At 9.20 p. m. for France.
Switzerland. Italy, apalu, Portugal-. Tur
key, Egypt and British India, per h.s. La
basoogiie", rrom New vork, via Havre.
Letieis for other parts ot Europe must be
ftvP . ler ,a Cascogne." lc) At
10.55 p. in. for Genoa, per s. s, Norrnan
nla, from New loik. Letters must be di
rected Per Normannla." lcAt 10:55
p. m. for Europe, per s. s. Umbiia, from
New York, via Queenstown.
-PRINTED MATTER, ETC. The Ger
man steamers sailing from av York on
luesdays take printed matter, etc., for Ger
many , and .specially addressed printed mut
ter, etc., for other parts of Europe.
The American and N bite Star steamers
sailing from new York on Wednesdays, the
uerman steamers on Thursdays, and the
Cuuard, 1-rencti and Uerman bt earn ere on
Saturdays lake printed matter, etc., for all
countries for wnic-n they are advertised to
Mull for Soutli and Centrnl Amer
ica, TVeht Indies, dtc.
FRIDAY (c) At 10:05 p. m. for Brazil
mill ln M:itn ribimtrki. ...... . k ruiw.....
from New Vork, via Pernanibiico, Pallia'
auu Jiiu Janeiro. Letters ror'North fcra
zil must be directed "Per Oibers." (c)
At 10:55 p. m.for Fortune Islan J, .Jamaica,
ha vanilla and Ureytowu, per s. s. Adi
rondack, rrora New Yon:. Letters lor
Coma Rica must be directed "Per Adiron-d.a-
c At 10:55 p.m. for Haiti and
tan.a Martna, per s. s. Hiilstein, from
New lork. (cj At 10:55 p.m. for Central
1im,VPai xcept Cta Rica) and South
Pacinc ports, per s. s. Advance, from New
lork, via Colon. Letters for Guatemala
mutt dc directed "Per Advance." (c) At
l?..1!.'! T"r Cn'npeche, Cliapas, Ta
lmon'n" rrKln' Citj of Wasn
lngton, rrom New York. Letters Tor
-Per &??rUSrnMZlco ,UUht ""ected
n r ?r i V?!,n4nKlon- to At IU 55
Sir s s Pr fi ;.,Ru"'a"1 aml Carupano,
,,cb ; Pri"s Mheiii 1, from New tone
Letters Torotner parts of Venezuela and ror
Curacao, Trinidad. British and Dutch Gui
ana, must , be uirected "Per Prin" Wille" ,
I. to At 10:5 p. in. for ilexlco, per
s. s. Panama, rrom New York, via Pro-'ri-Cn
"Pcpanama!" luuk be &&
Mails for Newfoundland, by rail to Hali-f.-ix
aud thence via st earnerclose here dam
except Sunday, at 12:06 p. m., and I oil
Sundays only at 11:35 a. m. id)
Mails for Miquelou, by rail to Pnsrmi
and thence via steamer, dose here dailv
a- 3:20 p. m.(a) '
Mails lor Cuba 1 exceptthose for Santiago
de Cuba, which will i,e rewarded via
Vi uPtoand including the 10:55
p. m., close Wednesday), by rail to Pi rt
xampji, lla.,andtiienceviu steamers will
ing Mondays and Thursdays to Havana,,
close here daily at 3 p,.m. (e) "
Mails for Mexico, overland texcnt those
for Campeche, Chiapas .Tabasco and Yu
catan which, arter the Wednesday over
land sloe, will be forwarded via New
York up to and including the 10.55 p.m
closu irlday), close here daily at 7;l6
f.M'!3 C-or A"stralia (except West Aus
tralia), New Zealand. Hawaii and Fiji
ls.aiids, per s. s. Warrimoo, from Van
couver, ciose here dally up to 0:30 n.m
November 15. (d)
A3ar.1,rorcy.lwVJau,rm nnfl Hawaii, per
s. s. City of Rio Janeiro, from San Fran
cisco, close here daily up to 0:30 p.m
November 21. (d) '
Mails for China and Japan, per s. s. Co
lumba, from Tacoma, close here daily up
to 0.30 p. m., November 21. (d)
Mails tor Hawaii, per s. s. Australia,
from San I; raucisco, close here daily up to
0.30 p.m., November 24.(d)
Mails for the Society Inlands, ner shin
Galilee, from San Francico. close here dally
up to 0:30 p. m., November 24.(d)
Malls for China and Japan, specially ad
dressed only, per s. s. Empress of China
from Vancouver, close here dally up to G:30
p.m., November 'y.(d)
MullS for A llSf.r.'l ll , lnvnanhtti..I.n .n ,,......
Australia, wluchare forwarded via Euronej
New Zealand, Hawaii, Fiji and Samoaii
l&iandi, per s.s. Mariposa, from San Fran-ci-co,
close here dally up to 0:30 n. m..
December 3. '
(a) Registered mail closes at 10 a. m
(b) Registered mail closes at 1 n. m
(c) Registered mail closes at 0 n. m
(d) Registered mail closes at 0 n. m
(e) Registered mail closes at 1 p. m
Tuesdays and Saturdays.
JAMES. P. WILLETT.
LOST Gold medal, Spa Athletic Club.
Tuesday eve- on iront, "Wiestlmg Cham
pionship:" on back, "Awarded by Wash.
Ath Club." Reward if returned to R. ROY
MACKE Y, Wash. Ath. Club. nol7-3t,em
LOST A small Yorkshire dog, clipped talT
unclipped ears; "PETRASCHE, 1-141
.Mass. ave.," engraved on collar. Finder
will be rewarded at above address. nol7-3t
LOST Black pocketbook, containing $1.80
and some papers: bet. 7th st. and Pension
Office. Address BOOK, this office.
FOH g ALE HOTELS.
FOR SALE Large hotel,. LurelTMd.. on
new electric road; furnished, at less than
halt cost: small casli pavment. J S
SWORMSTEDT, 913 F st. nw. nol3-7t
WANTED For casn, all kinds ot United
Mates postage and department stamps:
collections also taught. II. F. DUNK
nORST, 1005 7th St. nw ocO-tf
COPLEY SGTLA.H3S HOTEL.
Huntington Avenue and Exeter Street,
New Elegantly Appointed Strict! j Fire
proof. Lcoation unsurpassed in tho city.
Three to eight minutes from principal shop
ping centers, theaters, etc. American plan,
3.50 per day aud upward. European plan,
S1.50 per day and upward.
aulG-3 mo-em F. S. EJSTEER & CO.
J. WILLIAM LEE.
332 Pn. Ave. K. TV.
"irst-clUjs service. Pbone, 1383.
?i ?ihis .Hcre5,y S'ven to the general pub-h!-
l. at ,tl,e J.irm ot Dowel! & Pilcher
Ov'litnin,day' OV-EMBER 18, 1897, dis
rSL h4rartl,er?.b,P y ,n"tual consent, and
the business win hereafter e conUnued by
,Aii' QPn?,,J"r- 'T- M. PILCHER.
nol8-3t A. E. POWELL.
SPECIAL NOTICE-Office Metropolitan
ir a."oS2a S" Washington, D. C, Nov.
15, 189 1. Notice Is hereby given that the
books for the transfer or stock will be
closed from November 2o to December 1,
a"d for the transfer of Certificates "Series
. .S'osedfrom NovemherlS to December
1, I8O1 G. B. COLEMAN, Secretary.
THOMAS DOWL1NG & CO., Auclicineers.
BY virtue of a deed of trust recorded in
liber 2105. folio 301 et seq., of tie land
records of the District or Columbia, and
, the request or the party hecured thereby
Ulerault having occurred 111 the terms and
provisions thereon, the undersigned trus
tees will offcrTor pale at public auction, in
front of the premises, TUESDAY, the 30tli
lay 01 November, lbi'i, at 4 p. in., luelol
lowing described real estate, situate in the
city of Washington. District of Columbia,
J? wit: All of original lots numberedtwenty
U0) and twenty-one (21), in square six
hiindred and ninet-three (093 , except
'ne part on the east aud north condemned
Torn.b. Sold subject to a prior deed of
trusr of 53,000; balanceoveraudabovesald
trust, cash. Deposit of 200 required at
aIcli. '-o'peyaiicing aud recording at
BURR R. TRACY.
,c.,JOHN A- BUTLER.
nol 8,20,24,20. Trustees .
?"rr.F'VL to T,s"TMADAM"ALviAIl;
tells lire from cradle to grave; luck given
free' for one week; fee, 25c and 50c. 73
It st. nw.; from 9 to 0. it
I)R-OI VESTLAKE HAS REMOVED his
residence to Hyattsvllle for the winter;
a limited number of patients will be re
cencu. Full information and testimonials
relating to the new treatment for brjgnt's
Disease and Diabetes at office, 1110 F
st. nw.; hours, 10:30 to 5 p. m. nol9-3t
DANCING Caldwell's Academy, cor. 5th
and H sts. nw., class evenings. Tues
day and Friday; private lessons given
daily by appointment. Address 7m; 7th
st- nw- nol7-Gt,em
One Dollar a Week
tin further notice. Everything furnished.
The "3 Oavs"
foatment for diseases of men. Simple
cases cured iu 3 days. Consultation fre.
DR. McKEEHAN, 71G 12th st- nw. AH
YOU'LL regret it the Lalance of your nat
ural life if vou don't gel one of those
handsome suit, orovercoats (worn a trifl.?.
tnat we are selling at figures that'll please
you to dearh. JUSTH'S OLD S1AND.
t19 I ft. nw. nol0-7t
uimx SUITS for hire at Garner's. 7th
and H sta. nol6-tf
MilE. RAPHAEL, astrologist, chircman
ciene; can help all; has marvelous psychic
powers. 717Bthjbt. nw noll-7t
DANCING AND DEPORTMENT-Mrs.BIair
Gordon and Mrj. l'age, of New Or
leans, will hold their firt reception at
Costello s Hall. 0th and G sts., Tue-riay
andSaturda at 3:30 p.m. nolG-3t
The Tor.d says. 'He has no equal."
ftniilfn r.nr:Tn.ni.tiii .
Life reader, palmist and healer. Gives
iia.i.es, joins separated, removes badintlu
eiues, brings about all wishes, cures dis
"fe H?' ms i,aaiib and reveals everrthtng.
lest his ability at your own nnct. this
VS caa satisfy you. Letters an
wered. Hours, 10 a. m. to S p. m. Caily
and Sundays. Eol5-Gt,cm
, KPERT SPECIALIST. (25 years' ex
perienc e.) All private diseases quickly and
P""Tn.entiy cured. SYPHILIS positively
t.. 1 " ave'. t-lltu anU l w.); circles,
T.VotUaSS "ild Fniay evenings; interviews
Udiiy bunday evening meetings Tvn
graphical Hall, 425 G st? nw. nol 5-7t-cm
."S?" ar?, mptured. you should have a
properly adjusted trus. One that will
retain the hernia, and yet be comfortable.
Our more than tweutv yean' experience in
in1,"'-'. e"'es us tp give satisfaction.
All trusses guaranteed.
Abdominal Supporters, Elastic
ilosiery, Snspensorie.s', JBtc.
WasMnflott Sracal Iustrament House,
110S F Street N. W.
. Cor. 12th
' and F Sts.
Treats successfully all diseases ot tho
n,ose: "hroat, Lungs, Heart, Nerves. Brain,
lilood. Skin. Stomach, Kidneys, Bladder.
Night Losses, Sexual Weakness. Syphil
Is and all 8peclal Diseases of either sex.
Stricture, Tancocele and Hydrocele cured
for life without operation. No pain No
'oss of time. Consultation ana urinary
The highest fee charged, whether 73a
liavo one or more diseases, ia
Which Includes All Medlclncs
rtJloms:10,$P 12 uud a to B dallv; Sun
day, 11 to 12. se22-tfJxSu
The Great Clairvovnnt .-mri Pni,(i
V. hy remain in doubt about the outcome
of Important affairs of your lire? Consult
this gifted woman. She can give you the
Information you are seeking. All your
wishes and desires can be accomplished,
tad and evil influences removed. Full
names given. Charges, 50c and SI, 1303
u st. nw. nolt24tem
"When Others Fail, Consult
Ihe most able and successful Specialist
in the treatment of all Nervous. Chronic,
fckin and PRIVATE DISEASES. HIS
COMPLETE outnt oC modern appliance,
X-RAY; Static. Faradic and Galvanic Elec
tricity enables him to treat with success, es
pecially In Catarrh, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia
Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Sexual Weak
ness, Stricture, Hemorrhoids, Syphilid and
Diseases or Women; free consultation from
u to 0. 010 Pa. ave. nw., Washington,
u' t-'. nolu-tf
Jn ob.nelrlcs gold medal awarded ror in
science ot obstetrics from ho University
of Munich, Havana; treats successfully
woman's complaints and irregularities pri
vate sanitarium tor ladies herore and'dur
ing coniinetiient. Office hour rn. i n a
m. to 6 p. m.. No. 010 Pa. ave. nw. se3-tf
NATIONAL DfiiNTAL PARLORS
oou ir &treet .vortuwest.
Uold finings and bridge work a eye
claliy, at the lowest pi'co; amalgam rill
inga, 50c; run sets or teeth cu plates, $5;
extracting, either by gas or local spray,
absolutely painless, 50c; Without, 25c; all
Work done by experts, and guaranteed the
best; open on Sundays rrom 10 to 3
Medium and card reader; Washington's
most famous clairvoyant and palmist; con
sult her on business, love and family af
fairs; reunites the separated: removes
spells; causes speedy marriages, and given
good luck; open daily; German spoken; i5c.
auduOc. J)20 H st. nw. noG-l-it
MME. LA RAU, medium; tells past arid
present; gives luck. 1:23 1-2 F st. nw.;
walk upstairs. no8-lm,em
RODERT M. HARROVER. Ran2M.Shnr
and Furnano Repairing; Tinning and
Heating; Aluminum Cooking Vessels. 438
Ninth st. nw. oc28-lmo
WILL SELL your furniture, will store
ypur furniture; will accommodate yon
with a loan on same; no Interest charge d
liberal dealing; drop ixistal and will call'
MARCUS NOf ES. 63V La-ave. ec30-2nio
T?0,lrrt x,, lo 12 to 5. Tues.,
iniirs. and Sut. eveniiigw, 7 to 8.
-No. OOi i st. nw. Closed Snndav.
Your Destiny Foretold by
We give Trading Stamp
-wilh each cash purchase.
Not much to pay for a
handsome solid oak Chif
fonier, and yet that is all
we are asking- for this one.
"With 5 large drawers or
else with hatbos. Very
nicely finished. $9.00 is
the lowest we ever heard of
it being sold for before.
Our 2-day price
One of a thousand and
every bargain we offer you
carries the privilege of
credit. "We are always will
ing to charge your pur
chases and await your con
venience about paying.
1 226 F Street.
WASHINGTON HAVANA SHORTS, td
greatest seller Washington ever had.
Retails two for 5c. KATIOKAt. ITTK.Ml
FACTORY, 1011 Pa. ave. nw.
OYSTERS! Ol'STERS! -Winston's oyers
at ;0c qt. will please you; large, fresh
shucked; 25c everywhere else. 1848 7th
st. nw.; drop card. aol S-6s
DANCING Caldwell's Academy, cor. 5th
and H sts. nw.; class evenings, Tues
day and Friday; private lessons given
daily by appointment. Address 700 7h
avr i nol7-0t,etn
WE'LL HELP YOU SAVE MONEY ir
you'll let U3 do all your paiutiag. We
promise our prices to be the towest that
fine work will cost. Room paperea rieii
paper 2 up. F. G. NOLTE. 810 Olh
ht., no branch. nolS-tf
LADIES' second-band clothe in good or
der can be round at 501 h. st-ne.: open
at 2 p. m. nolS-3t,
THE CAPITAL EMPLOYMENT BURBAU.
020 O st- nw.. wiU promptly supply lielp
or all kinds. Call or send postal. itolS-.'H
BLOTJ2T door check and spring wW
close a doer easily wHlui
slamming. Doesn'tgetoucotoruer. JOHN
B. ESPEY, Hardware, 1010 Pa. ae.
L.VCE CURTAINS laundered fcr 35 eeatd
at lOth-st. laundry, 724 10th St. aw.
FRENCH trimming. 15 and 25c; firms-
making and plain sewing. 70G I st-aw.
STONE BROS., paperhangers and carpet
renovatwrs. 71 1 5th st. nw. n17-
PAVILION WATER, from WernersvfHe,
Pa., ih the Tinest, purest, and besc Jh C&e
United States; 5 gals.. $1 SHPERS,
1 03 Penn. ave., and HEKDLISKA'S. 13S
0 a- nol7-3t
WALLA WHATOOLA WATER cures ec
zema, chronic diarrhoea, leueorrboea, i
ceration.", old sores, scrofula: it is woruan'i
rnend. SH.iFER'S. 103 Peun. ave.. aaC
HEKDLISKA'S, 1300 G nw. bo17-3
BLUE RIDGE SPRINGS WATER for Cn
stlpation, stomach aud liver troatths
never disappoints. SH.iFER'S, 103 Pa
ave., and HEKDLISKA'S, 1300 G uw-nol7-3C
LA.CE,ctiRTALN laundered equal Ut new
Nottingham, 3uc; Irish point, 4a, net
pair. 711 5th st. nw. ne17-3t
TYPEWRITER CIRCULARS, $2.50 pel
1,000; 500 good envelopes, SI; o0u g3
cards. Si. ZlfcuLEK. Primer ,816 F sCkw.
HLBEAN WATER will quiet the nerves
cure the malaria, tone the stomach, an.
build you up. SHAFER'S, 103 Ta.ave
nw., and H.RDHSKA'3, 1309 G st.nw
NO NEED OF A DERRICK.-Mrs-Slop
peigh Your wife is such a sympathetic
woman, Mr. Trotter, it takes very IlttU
to move her. Mr. Trotter Gad, you'rerJghB
madam. Eleven times in four years, an
she's looking Tor new apartment- now
Selby wants to move his stook, aad wvet
your help will move it quick ir prices wll
do it. Men's all-wool suiw and overcoat
rrom 53.50 upward. At 1903 Pa. ave. nw
THE KITCHEN Try. F. C. Chandler'!
homemade bread. 1826 7th st. nw.
Ladies Special Offer.
Positively for 10 days only, French
dressmaking aud railJincrv, at the fol
lowing prices: Suits. $3.50; waists, Sl.5tt
''rts, $1.30; hats truumed, 25c Si:
3d st. nw. uol6-3t
WHAT money will bey at SELBY'S tbb
week; child's rubbers., 15c.; men's rut
ber clogs, 35a; boys' underwear, 19a
men's uuderweur, 2 lc; men's pants, rirtj
different patterns, 98c: all kinds ot ment
shoes, 98c; child's shoes. 55c
noI6-0t SELBY 1903 Pa. ave
SJ'ECIAL. Your pick of fifty men's sulti :
at $0.75; elsewhere $10-noi6-6t
SELBY, 1903 Pa. ave
THE BEST $2.00 men's shoes In the city
all shapes and the latest styles.
nolG-6t SELBY, 1S0S Pa. ave
$2.00 DERBIES and Fedoras: blaok c
brown; up-to-date: extra quality, to
be sold quick at $1.25.
nol6-6t SELBY, 1903 Pa. ave
BOYS' uobby school suits, $1.98: ages.
to 15: reurers and ulsters in blue un&
black. S1.9S; ages 0 to 17.
nol 6-6t SELBY, 1903 Pa. ave
BOYS' school shoes, 75c and 89c: solid
as a rock.
nolG-6t SELBY. 1903 Pa, ave
FREE help lurnlshed to parties deafriMf
rrS'WAffL S-lT" MPIYS?
AGLNLl, o01 E st. nw. nolO-lino
ROJM3 FAPERED. $1.75 up; flrstchwH
work and up-to-date patterns; wait-paper
and frescoes cleaned equal to new. L5
PKEUX cc UAINES, 4i3 Md. ave. SW.
DEPARTMENT DINING-ROOMS -5 1 StU
sJ;-,oppo!llte,Keneral pohtoffice; best 15a
and 26c tiieafc. in city; quick lunches.
(LLDWELL'S DANCING AaADEMY.cor.
Dtu and U sts. nw.; class evenings, Tues
day and Friday: private lessons given dally
by appointment. nol0-6t-em
GET your winter suit made to order foi
0; also pants $2.50. PEKOFSKY.
the tailor, 17a -17th St. nw. uol3-7t,em
SILK HATS. latest style, $3.50: derby
bats. 51, $1.50. At J. A. HOOVER'S.
811 H st. nw. no3-lGt
SnOES repaired while you wait; halt sole
and heels, 40c and 50c 341 and 222
Pa. ave, nw.; best work guaranteed.
E?MC!X.A1i; oC aluminum store rrom 1430.
to 493 Pa. ave. no2-lmo
PRINTING AND BOOJBINDINO
Printing 500 cards, 75c.; 50o envelopes.
76o.; 500 note heads, 75c.; 500 Btata
meuts, 75c; binding magazines. BOc.
misceliaueous books, rebound. G E.
WILLI.VA1S. 615- 7th st. nw feO-tf