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TIIJS TIMES, WASHrKGKTOy, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1897.
Mount Vernon Railway.
"Tcrralite fc: Co i-raptiY'
:r' -;j hi jij - "'flJrif,'"j ! i' i ' ' ' i .
From Station 13 1-2 St. & Pn. Ave. IavWnMnnfn04,' 1S07'
In Effect November 14. 1807 rnST
ex.; ll.oo. 11.45 a. in.; 1105. ex.; 12:20, P-n. -1
T the tail
m D. C. DONAN, M. D. 3
MRS. aONSRAL SHERMAN, wlfenf the Ocneral of the United States Army, says:
tnatUtn. a J la ever Instance It worked like niasic"
And wheels. The wise Individual chooses
a wheel which has stood the test of lime.
He lets someone else test the new wheels
lie sticks to the wheel which has a record
behind it which has proved perfectly
Eatbfaclory for years. When he buys an
Eclipse he knows Just where his money
is going. He knows it will do just as
much good and be rafcr than at though
it were In a savings hank. Come in and
cec our "97 improvement the great Mor
row Brake and Coaster. ,
Eclipse Bicycle Co.
J. D. Laley, 31 anager,
Fourteenth and H Sts.
I To Order.
gj Faultlessly tailored of fine
rg Imported Blue and Black
S Kcrsej Cloth, for only .
I H. PELZMAN,
7 th St
AM, DENTAL PARLORS
720 14th St. X. W.
fepecial attention Riven to artificial teeth.
Permanent fnll seta of tcctb.
wcllritting.madcof the ttefit ma
terial and executed by skilled
workmen. All "work guarau
teed to be first clas In every
For this month only.
FOR THIS MONTn ONLY
j JJetal plate, bavins all tbe ad
vantages of sold, much lighter,
non-irritating to tbe mouth. ami
tlnilCUIYi Uutmnnrv -will hnv.
Because "we ex
ti acted bis toolb
Gold and Porce
Fine Gold aud Sil
Thn careful treat
ment and saving ot
natural teeth at tne
lowest prices con
sistent with good
work insureb per
fect satisfaction to
dentistry done ia
We can make you a beautiful set of
teeth Tor only $5. OO
Metal Plates tiiat fit and possessing
all the benefits of GoldPlates ..SIO.OO
Teeth extracted, absolutely witnouc
pain by our new method GOO
To demonstrate this Tact, we will, until
January 1, 189P. extract teeth FREE OF
CHARGE every Saturday, from 10 to 12.
Washington Dental Parlors,
N. E. Cor. 7th and E Sta. N. W.
Way Building, over A. & P. Tea Store.
Office hours 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.; Bun
C&ys', B a. in. to .p. m.
WE GIVE TRADING STAMPS.
r -" Fsrjp2
Dr. Donan, one of tlie best known of Ken
tucky's distinguished physicians speaks of
Terraline from personal experience. He is
one of several thousand eminent doctors
who have tested the product of Petroleum
Terraline, in their practice and personally
watched it's favorable effects.
Of Druggists In "U. S-aud Europe The
Sold by all Druggists.
MS FROM ALEXANDRIA
Police Investigating a Queer Case
Chief Engineer FelteyS Cnrrine
Overtti rued Workman 13ye
Tbe rei-idunce ot Mrs. Charles E. Moss,
at No. 304 South St. Asaph street, has
been robbed uvic within two week", and
t today she reported that during her absence
in Washington, her home had been again
entered and robbed of a lot of clothing.
Lieut. Smith and Policeman Atkinson have
charge of thecae.
The horse or Chief Engineer Pettey be
came frightened at an electric train on
King s-trect this evening, and hacked into
the Ii-lIu. The vehicle to which the am
nml was attached was overturned, and the
chief engineer's two nephews, Richmond and
Eddie Potior, were somewhat bruised. The
excitement occasioned by the incident
cau2d someone to turn in a fire alarm, and
boon Die entire department was on the
R. E. Lee Camp, Confederate Veterans,
lias appointed the following committee to
arrange for the celebration of Gen. R. E.
Lee's birthday: Messrs. Thomas Perry,
John M. Johnson, Edgar Warfield, A. C.
Wyckoff, EuC. Graham, and J. W. Ham
mond. Tne camp has extended thanics
for an Invitation to attend the opening
of the "French Market" at the Masonic
Temple, in Washington.
A team driven by Mr. E. G. Barritt
was btruck by an electric train oh Royal
street today and coraewliBt damaged. Mr.
Barritt was not injured.
At a meeting of the Alexandria Ligbt
Infant r j last night a committee was ap
pointed to ascertain the rate of transporta
tion to Richmond, should the "onipany
determine to participate In the inaugura
tion of Gov.-dect Tyler.
The body of the late Wll'iam F. D
vauglm, w!k committed suicide near Balti
more, a few days ago, arrived here this
cening, and .vas interred In the Methodist
Protestant Cemetery. Mr. Devaughn was
a membei ot Mount. Veinon Council, Order
of Anierieam Mechanics of Baltimore, and
the funeral was in charge of Belle Haien
Council of the order in this city.
Mr. FimI Knipht, while at -work In the
Eoutbeni RHllwatitiiis today, bud one
or liyet b-rtuuMvH&Eined by molten lend.
At the Hniiualcdttfjlu, of the Grand Com
maniVfry, Knjgbu Txsmplar, In Peter, burg,
ycfcterdsy Mr James E. Alexander, ot
Uilt, city, vst elected grand captain gon-t-rl.
Th roammtrth locomotive engine, Xo.
S25, of tlw Sowtlwni Railway, was tun
ot on a trim trip toloy. Tlw restdt was
HU.b,rctori to ttu: ofrjulnlH of the road.
Jtiil "Warden's lienor t.
In the ii(Mirt of John It. Leonard, Urn
warden of the DiHtrict jail, to tin Attorney
General, the following a ro the items of in
t?rt :JCumbtrJn Jail Xovemlwr 1 , 1 S9i. 360;
received during the vear, 3,51)1 ; iJibchargeil
during the year, 3,522, Otober 31. 1S97,
42(5; largest number in any one day, -1GG;
smallest number in anyone day, 23l; aver
age dailj number for 1S97, 3-12; arage
laily numbci for 1896, 308; of lle 426 in
mates at the close of 181)7, there were
white males, 64; white females, -i; olored
males, 300; colored female-, 53; number
of visitors to see prisoner during the year,
17,555; number of prisoners vibitcd di.uug
tjie year, 14,000; ntuiibt'r of visitors to see
the jail, 1,200; sent to tbe reform school,
District of Columbia, 3; tent to the insane
asylum, 7; pardoned by tbe President, 5;
ccur.mutedby the President. 2;di-!charged by
United States commissioners, 96, died, l;
senttothebeniteiitiary, 165, total number m
Jail during Jtfce year, 3,948.
After beaiing some friends Continually
praisiag Chamberlaiu'b Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, Curtis Fleck, ot Ana
heim, California, pbrehabed a botileof it for
,his own use and is now as enthusiastic
over its wonderful work at any one can 1 e.
The 25 and 50 rent blzes for jale by Henry
Evans, "wholesale aud retail druggist. 9b8
,FsU.and Conn. avo. and S.3t.aw;nnd 1428
Lid. ave. ne. '
I shall prescribe Terr aiine iri ' j
future instead of Cod Liver Oil ;
I have just used it in a bad case
with excellent effects, It -is !
palatable to the most delicate
Severe Coughs and
Golds. . .
The public connot be too enlightened regarding o remedy that
renders the nauseating: doses of FUh OH unnecessary. Neither
children nor adults con propcrlydlgest Cod Liver OH, while in
many cases the stomach rejects It altogether. Terraline is a
pure product of Petroleum- tasteless and palatable. It Is for
PNEUMONIA, THROAT and LUNQ TROUBLES, severe COLDS
and COUGHS, CROUP and WHOOPlNd COUOH. It's use in
winter prevents children-catching cold in the first place. The
cough, t hen Terraline Is token, can be cured In a night. Write
for Phvslclans" Testimony." Sent free.
t. Letters asking advice in special cases 'nil! be answered by.a
Terraline Company, Washington, D. C.
hae frequently purchased Duranjj's Rheumatic
I.lQUOit LICKXSKS HELD UI
Hearing to lit Hud in the Cu.e- of
The excise board ha held up inore than
thirty of the applications ror IKiuor li
censeu out of three hundred examined by it
Against eah of thei-e applicant complaints
have Ivi-ti made and they will -ill be rigidly
interrogated by the board.
There is to be a Lcaringof fifteen of the
unfortutute siloua keeperb on Saturday,
when the have all l)een notified 'to show
cau-io" wh thulrlicdi'-esbliallnotbc refused
them. The list is at, follows:
John Sullivan, 1136 Firt street north
west; James j. Real, 3300 M street;
Lorenzo Simi, 1289 Xevv Jersey avjnie
southeast; William Morris, 3ul G street
southwest; Frank P. Burke, 132-1 D street
northwest; Margaret Curtln, 208 Seventh
street imrLl east; Jerome B. Lavvler, 21 JO
E street northwest; Daniel F. Sullivan,
30-1 Q street northwest; William 'ui
non, 1218. Seventh street nortliwest; Joints
Hays, 1719 E street northwest; n.nr
Bohmil, 315 Q btreet northwest; Jeter
J. Lynagh, 1200 Third street soati west,
Emst Rcc-s, 1 220 Canal .street southwest;
Stephen S. Ford; HcnryF. Mc-Devjtt, 530
Third street southwest.
Each of Hit fifteen is charged with
one or two of the offenses that .,aLon
kcepers sometimes commit. Some of thorn
arc said to have kept open after mid
night, haibored loafers, or sold to minor,.
Others are at the corners of inhabited
alleyb and are supposed to cause crime
among the colored denizens".
As has been stated heretofore in The
Time; the Anti-Saloon League is making
a stiong fight against these alley corner
At the heaiing on Saturday, the saloon
keepers and their attorneys, the Anti-.Saloon
League attorney, Mr. Shoemaker, the
brevei?, and the policemen and other
Government witnesses Will all be present.
THE THIHD BAIL SYSTEM.
Pennsylvania Railroad Likely to
Adopt It on Short T.me,.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company iias
just completed a test of the relative merits
ot steam and electricity on one ef its
shoit lines, between Mt. Holly and Ease
Birlington, In the State or .NV.v Jersey.
One of the tests showed that the speed,
attained on several trips was seventy-four
miles an hour.
It Is believed in iailroad circles fliat the
Pennsylvania system will in ajcnmpaia
tivelv short time have in operation, be
tween New York and this city, a line
operated entirely by electricity, 1 his is
dependent on the perfection of the third
rail system, which is now being expeii
inented with extensively by thi3 company.
The local interest in these operations of
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company is that
It is expected tliat the electric line be
tTveeii this city and Alexandria nd the
electric road system, of which tUe)Ecking
ton and Soldiers' Home Railroad is a part,
will in due time be operated in the same
way, and by the use of the third rail.
The Washington, Mt. Vernon aud Alex
andria Railroad is practically contr jlled by
the Pennsylvania Railroad, and it is said
It ivas purchased with a view or making
these important experiments.
DEACON" HUGHES IN THE TOILS
Once Slore Under Arrest Charged
"With Promoting Policy.
The "Beacon" is again in the toils.
Policy is a most entrancing, but artfuL. dan
gerous thing to tool with, and such a
man as the "Beacon," who has already
attained a reputation in his fh&en ime,
was unfortunate in that he employed a
boy, who, when arrested yesterday moTn
ing, was possessed of a pocKetM of
The deacon is Better known as Robert
Hughes, a barber, whose shop is opposite
tht Sixth precinct station. He has ferved
time for hi- connection with policy, and
recently his place has been under sus
picion. Yesterday, Detective Watson ar
rested James Wise, a aeventeen-v ear-old
colored boy, who was idling In front ot
rthe National Hotel. Wise vas suspected
of carrying policy ulipo, and when sea rei'eel
at police- headquarters the papers were,
. He admitted the work, and said he worked
for Hughe. The "Deacon' "was scut for
and appeared ,at thfc Sixth precinct sta-
& - n
DONAN, M. D jr
Three Swings, Ky, . -
Remedy for friends suffering with Rheu-
"IEAND OPERA HOUSE.
Kernan & Rife, Managers.
RIatinee Today at 2.
InstamanKNis success of Mr. James II
Wallick's original emotional production,
companion piece to 'WHEN LONDOf
By Arthur B. Hall.
A Piav that Appeals to Woman's Hcait.
Not One Dissenting Voice.
"The love of a good flrouiaa redeems the
.Wvt Week "THB UUEPRA PICKERS."
Lafayette Square Opera House.
The Fale of single s'ats now progressing.
In Trench, German, and Italian,
Under the direction of
WALTBRDAAiUC'sCll A.NU C.A. BLL1S,
MONDAY EVENING, DEC. 13,
LA TRAV1ATA tin Italian).
Mmcs. Mclba, Van Cauteren, Mattfeld,
MM.Salignac, Campanari, Vanni, Viviani,
TUESsDAX, DEC. 14,
LOHENGRIN tin Geirnan),
Mmto. ciaaski, Stauuigl, MM. Kraus, Bis-
pham, Fischer, Staudigl.
THURSDAY KVLMNG, DEC. 16, .
CARMEN (in French),
Mmcs. Sevgard, Gadski, Toronta, Matt
feld, -MM. fcuiigiiac, Lamiwiiari, boudour
esque. Rains, Vanni, Stehmann.
FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. 17.
FAUST (in French),
Mme". Melba, Toronta, Van Cauteren,
JIM. Ibos, Roudourescme, Campanari, Viv
ian!. Conductors, Mr. Damroscb and Mr. Bimboni.
New York Symphony Orcheatra. Full
Chorus, Complete Sceneries, and
SCALE OF FiUCES-$5, S3, $2.50,
$2, and $1.50.
BOXES $75, S60, 550.
Stelnway Pianos ued. Edward F. Droop
& Sons, Agts.
"Who Fears to Speak of 'OS?'
Under the auspices of the United Irish
Society of the Blstrict of Co
lumbia -will be given by
fyiiss iaud Conne,
AT COLUMBIA THEATER
On Sun, ay Evening, Dec. 12,
At 8 o'clock,
On the Subject of
In. in ivjs to
Mm J rrsfiit Tiin "
Admission, 50 cents; Reserved Seats, 25
centsextra. Tickets on iale at the Theater,
at Droop's and Metzerott'h Music Store,
O'Reilly s and Lancabter's Bookstores, or
may be had from any member of the Ex
ecutive Committee. deS-SC
Bpeclal price till
after Holidays, -Aran
cial Teeth on
rubber plates, 5
per set natural,
fir. You cannot get
better even at high-
r nrlop- CuM nr)
materials used if desired.
EVANS' DENTAL TARLOR,
no5-2mo 1300 F rt. nw.
tioi.j jesplendent in ,Pjinci Albert oat
and high silk hat. THe "Beacon'' "va.i as
inrocent-looking as aJlanTli, b(it the boy
.had confeMed, and Hughes AYas quickly
Ic-dgetT in a cell on the d'th'er hiile of the
tier. Botli prisoners -Kill-be. brought jnto
court this morning, on a Olutrgt of pro
moting policy. -
Bnruubs T.cKiilfy EKto Death.
N. V., Bee. 7.-rlij,tlic executive
chamber of the prism Jn this city, Charles
Burgees wus put to death' by electricity
at 10:54 this morning fpr-jhe murder of
Jlemy, WlUtlock. of Notii'VCqtory, Cayuga
county, on thj night tt Augufct U, 1895.
from a small
sample of cloth
H how do you
V rtinm wlmf t ll f
suit will look
like when fin
ished? But j'ou
have to take it
whether it looks
nice on you or
not. Here you
see the suits al
ready made up
in an immense
variety j. is t as
as the tailors show "in cloths
you try them on you judge of
the r becominguess before you
M S7-50 to S20
We are showing- as nobby a line of
Blue. Black and Mixed Cheviot Sack
Suits as any tailor in town puts, up for
from ?20 to $40. They're made single
or double breasted are lined with serge
and sewed ytfh best? fast colored sllke.
We make them fit you at our expense.
Is the tailor willing to do any more?
Parker, Bridget & Co.,
CIotMers, 315 7th St.
One Quality Only
Will be turned out this year
from the Spalding: factories
We have no time to bother with
turning: out two or three grades
The buying: public can rest asr
sured that Spalding Bicycles
will represent true merit in
workmanship and material.
'98 Models Now Ready.
Chain less Bevel Gear.
Blue Racer Chain.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
Washington Athletic & Bicycle Headquarters,
1013 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
MATINEE TOBAY. MATINEE TRICES.
JCLAW & ERLANGER'S
Sumptuous and Brilliant rroductlou of
One Round of Pleasure.
The Most Goigeous and Ambitious Expo-s-iuon
or Amend!) hxiruvagana.
N'ext Week DAMROSCH OPERA CO.
XTEW NATIONAL. THEATER.
Mat. today 2oC, 50c and T5o.
XEXT SUNDAY INGERS0LL.
Subject -''Why I Am an Agnostic."
James A. Heme
In his beautiful play,
A handsome gold-plated Florentine Trame
will be preheated to every lady holding
reserve'd seat for the opening night, in
commemoration or the l.uOOth perform
ance of ''Shore Acres."
iVH 1IMRI a TONIGHT.
UUJjUDIDI A BARGAIN" MAT. TOMORROW.
The Laughing Furore of Two Ojntinents,
JJlKtUT illUJl THE
CC MANHATTAN THEATER,
O I IT J-JiX
Francis of Yale.
"The Audience Burst Out in rnrcurained
Expressions or Mirth." Evening Star.
Next Week Roland Reed in
"THE WRONG MR. WRIGHT."
America's Funniest Woman,
In Fred. Shrader's Laughable Comedy,
Ar THE FRENCH BALL
' Including her latest Paris Novelty,
THE DANCING A.ND SINGING DOLLS.
Next Week Charles Frohman's
TWO LITTLE VAGRANTS.
Don't Miss th(
ggCe'ri,ter Market Hail,
Dec r, 8, 9, 10 and 11, 189T.
Thousands ofrchickens on exhibition.
Turkeys, ducks, geese and pet stock.
All varieties of pig-eons. Incubators
batching during show.
Door-3 open from 9 a.m. until 10 p.nr.
each day. de7-6t
BIJOU THEATER-Mat. Ecry
Day E cry Night at 8.
High-class Vaudcilli and Burlesque.
CORA ROUTT, tne daint. BRILLIANT
QUARTET. IBA HOWELL.
TEN OTHER B1U ACTS.
Price3 10, CO, hu cts. Mats.. 10, 20 cts.
KERNAN'S ' LtYOEUM 'HEATER.
AJLL THIS WEEK.
Mats. Tuesdav, Thursday and Saturday.
WEBER & FIELBS
Presenting the Hit of New York,
"THE GIRL FROM CHINA."
Next Week VANITY FAIR Burlesquers.
The World-famed Arctic Explorer, will de
liver his Intensely Interesting aud In
Beautifully initiated by 100 colored
lantern slide mows from photographs, and
sketches by Dr. Nansen.
AT CONVENTION HALL.,
THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 16.
Tickets 75c, Jjl, SI. 50 and $2
General Admission 50c
Tickets on le at Sanders & Stayman'S,
1327 F St.. on and after December 9.
i n! i
VI I o o -i.
XI) lr. t. ZJ
x.io, j. .o, !I.ub, ex.; Mil, a.u, a.oy, i ,v cincraaan, c Loali and Indtanaoo
ex. 4.15, ex.; 4.50, 5.05. 5.20, ex.; ' lis, Express. 11.25 a. m. Vetlbuled Lim
5.40, G.05. ex.; GJ10, 7.0G, 8.00, 9.00, l&'J --10 p. m.. express 11.55 p. m.
10.00, 11.20. 11.50 p. m.' I r J'HudJurjj and Cluveland, epres
For Alexandria (Bur.da,), 7-45, 8.45. ' "H"?! KV .tt" n;ani 8-00 P. ia
9.15. 10.30. 11.15a in.. I2.ni)noon. 12.45 or Columbus, Totdo and Detroit, ll.sa
1 'Jf O f k n j r , o i- ec r ft
G-45, 7.30, 8.15, 0.00, 10.C0, 11.20 p. m
f For Mount Vernon (wcekdajs)G.30.8.0t).
.-.05, 3.59, ,.00 o. m.
For Mount Vernon (Sundays). 7.15, 9.45
a. m., 12.00 noon, 2.15, 3.45 and 0.45
a.-kJ -.l.J. O.liU- &-U. 'i.OU. O.IU. rj.V.Im
oays), 8.00, 8.59.10.05, and 11. 00 a. m.,
is.uu, xi:.zu, i.io, .uo, ii.-iu, ;j.:iu; -j.iu;
5.20, G.05, 7.00 and 8.00 p. m.
For AriingMju aud Aqueduct Bridge
(Sundays), 7.45, 8.45, 9.45. 10 30 11:16,
n hi., 12:00 noon, 1' 45, 1:30, 2-I5,
3:oo. 3-45. 4. an. r.-.ir. fi.no. g-45.
' ' "'; , ,
holding firht-class tickets at station. Bi-
eye'". 25 centb each Parcels carried,
& Ohio By.
Tbrougli tbe GiandeHt Scenery of
Aiuerici, All Tratn.s Vchtihuied,
ISleetric Limited, Stenin Dented.
All Meals berved in Dining: Cuis.
.Station Sixth and B Mreetn.
Schedule in effect November 14. 187.
2.20 P. M. DAILY Cincinnati and Ht
Louis Special bolid train for Cincinnati,
Pullman Sleepers to Cincinnati. JMngton.
Louisville, ludiauapolis, and St. Loula
Without change. Parlor Cur;,. Cincinnati
vo cnieago. connects ai Ojvingtou, va., ,
Tor Virginia Hot bprtugs.
li 10 P. M. DAlLi 1 r W'Limlted -Solid
train Tor Cincinnati. Pullman Sleep- I
era to Cincinnati, Lcxlngtw. and Lwils- 1
viile witlwut change, open Ton reception 1
or paMeugers at 8 p. m. I'ulhnati Com
partment Car to Virginia Uot-Sprlugg. with- .
outchauge. Tuesdays. Thurla vs. and at- I
urdays. Sleepers, Cincinnati to Chicago
aud St. Louis.
10.57 A. M- EXCEPT SUNDAY Parlor
Car, Washington to Kichmoodand Rtcnmnd 1
to Old Point. Only rail line, via Peon..
it., F. & P , and C. & O. Railway.
2 20 P. M. DAILY For Gordons vltle. '
Cburlottoviile, StaunUm. and for Kiofc
moud, dally, except Buaday.
uewrvauun aim iicuew at Chesapeave
and Ohio offices. 513 awl 1421 Pennsyl
vauU avenue, aud at the station.
B. W. PI'LLER,
nolu-a.m-tf General Paswenger Agoac
JSJorfoIk S: YVashmgton
. Every day in the ye .r for Fortre
. Monroe, Norfolk. Newjiort Nev r. anil
. all points Soutb lj tl.e superb, iiow-
. erful steel palace steamers. 'New-
. port News.'' "Norfolk" aud "Ytdsb.
log ton 1 ' on the luiiowiug schedule:
Leave Vasningion 7:00 p. m.
Leave Alexandria 7:30 p.m.
Arrive Fort Monroe 7 00 a.m.
Arrive Norfolk 8:00 a. m.
Arrive Portsmouth 6:15 a. m.
Leave Portsmouth.. 5:30 p. m.
Leave Norfolk 6:10 p.m.
Leave ori A.otin . .... . 7.200. ta.
Arrive Alexandria 6-30 a.m.
Arrive Washington 7.00 a.m.
ViKiiort lo Chaiuberltu anew hotel,
"The Hygeia" and Virginia Beach
. will find ibis the most attractive
route.lnsurlng a comfortable ulghfa
Large and luxurious rooms heated
. by steam and fitted throughout with
electric lights Dining-room service is
. a la cane, and Is supplied from the
best that the markets of Washington
and Norfolk afford.
. Tickets ou sale at U. S Express
office, 817 Pennsylvania avenue. 513
-m 619, 1421 Pemibjivaula avenue. B.
. & O. ticket office, corner 15th street
and New York aienue. and on board
steamers, where time laLle, map, eta,
can also be had.
Any other information desired will 1
ue lurnisneu on application to theun-
dersigned at the company's wharf,
foot of 7th st., Atasningion. D O.
Telephone No 750.
JNO. CALLAHAN, lienerai Manager
M ISCELL A NEOTI a.
JUST ARRIVE!) In tlcywith a car
or fancj apples, consisting of 177 bar
rels of Johnson fine winter, 28 barrels of
wine tap; 4 barrels of Ben Davis, which we
will jell by carload or retail. For informa
tion call at CAPITAL LUNcH ROOM, 432
lltnst.nw.,JOHN H. HOOVER JsSON. 11
DOLLS dressed in the latest fashion, at
short notice. 503 12th st. nw. lt
DANCING Waltz and two-step, no classes;
strictly private, same terms as class Ie
Sons. MISS MARIE LEONARDO, 619 M
st. nw.; Spanish castanette, skirt, and
fancy dances also taught. deb-6t
WALL PAPLRS in all latest styles, room
papered, Trom S2 up. CI! AS. &ILLNCE,
1341 I st. ne. de7-3t-em
INCANDESCENT Gas Lamps Dealers
and agents don't fall bc-rore making your
purchases In lamps and mantles to see
ours, send 70c for Complete lamp. SUN
SHINE LAMP CO., 15 Postoffice ave..
Baltimore, Md. de7-3t
A SOUTHERN lady having "Gen. Lees
original fruit cake receipt will make a
few cakes at reasonable prices. Address
FRUIT CAKE, this office. de7-Jt
LACE CURTAINS laundered for 35 cents.
TENTH STREET LAUNDRY, 721 loth
st. nw. de7-3t
WAsiUMiToS ELASTIC ROOF PAINT
Roote painted, $2.50 and up; and all
leaks repaired Tree of charge: work guar-t-eeAlom
3 lo 5 years. P. G. NOLTE.
blO Oth st. nw. de7-lmo
LACE CURTAINS laundered equal to new
at d5c. a pair, mail oruert. receive prompt
attention. No. 25 F st. nw. de7-3t
1,000 BUSINESS CARDS, with 1S9S half
tone calendar on back, for $4.70,. at
DA Yi SON'S. h07 Oth at. de-3t,em
WALLER'S Northwestern Employment
Agency will furnish help of allkmus rree
or charge. No. 1635 Vt. ave. de6-Gt-em
P. DANGELO, fine shoemaker; artistic re
pairing; cut prices; fine viork, you never
complain 155.J Oth st. nw. deG-Jt
H1GH-GRADL LSLD PIANOS, $rweeklj.
only a Tew sample otfenngb from tt'e
Bradbury Manufacturers "annial Christmas
reduction sale, now in progress: lowest
prices and easiest terms ever3 named in
Washington. These spleudid instruments
un SI weekly installments $100 Stein,
20: S100 Knabe, 35; $150 Schomacher,
500. $300 Haines & bros., S95; Sr.oo
Decker, $190. S600 Bradbury, S200.
BUADBrRY FACTORY WAKKKliuMS,
1225 Pa. ave. den-Gt
1,000 BILLHEADS, in tablets, from 75c.
DAWSON, S07 9thst: deG-3t,em
GO TO SELBY'S great S2 safe Men's $ J
and ?4 tailor-made pants, smart colors,
500 pair, to select Tram, $2; your pick,
all sies and colors on the calendar. i!)o.i
Pa- ave. de4-6t
1,000 BUSINESS CARDS, 40c. DAW-
SON'S, Cheapest First-class Printer.
807 9th st. dcG-3t,em
THE GREAT $2 shoe sale at SELBV'S
Men'Tfine patent leather bals.,$2; men's
fine box calf, S2; russets and all fine
leathers which gents shoes' are made of;
must be sold quick atlOOJ Pa.ave. de4-Gt
BARGAINS in small wears, such as boys
underwear, 19c; child s rubs., 15c, men's
rubs., 39c; boys' pants, 4 to 7, 10c, child's
shoes, 5oc; men's underwear, 21c; ladies
Oxford ties, 45c; men's Xmas embroidered
slips, 4Sc, at SELBY'S, 1903 Pa.ave.
A .MAN CAN WALK in Selby's with a 55
bill and belect an up-to-date suit of
clothes, one that you may not ne ashamed
to wear at any time or at any place; 97
grand suits to select from, for cash, and
not on the installment; plan. No. 1903
Pa. ave. nw. de2-6t-em
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
Printing 500 cards, 75c. 500 envelopes,
75c; 500 note heads, 75c; 500 state
ments, 75c; binding magazines, 50c:
miscellaneous books rebound. G. E.
WILLIAMS, 615 7th st. nw. fe6-tf
JOSEPH AND HIS BRETHREN The can
tata ot Joseph aud His Brethren will be
rendeied at odd Fellows Hail, Tuesday
and Wednesday, Dec. 7 and 8, by well
known local talent, for benefit North
Capitol M. E. Church; fine music; elegant
cosrumes; beautiful scenery; admission 25c.
- .. . .
, , to SSn --.S -ay SJatI,nB ,s &
t For AeVorleans ilB.,.nliis ti.m.i.H
( noke, 9.00 p. m. daily; sleeping tari
; thiough J l K "
. For Lnr;tv. 3 40 p nc, Ualiy
I For Baltimore, week daya, 5. 60.
; " .j.". ii.jv, w, oju. xu.jo
" "u ' $x1'"' . - -. .- 15.
M.iu,ii.iu.Miwi in.. iul unj.ni.
i-or Annapolis, i.io and b.20 a. m.. 4 30
i For Fredefick, week dav.S.il.L'r.n.m
4.M), 5-su, i. in. Sunday a, y a. m., 1.15
or iiagerstown, in.Uua. m. and 15J0
or liovd and war nolritt. wiv iin
! 8.00 a. m , 110, 5il0, 7.05 p. m. San
I days, 9.0O a. m. 1.15. 7.00 .. in.
I For Uaitherburg and war points, week
, daya, 8, b, a. m.. 12.50. 3.16. 432.
o..;f, 7.05. 11 l.i. p. iu aunnays. 8 a.
m., 1.15. 4.33. 7.05. 10.15 p. m.
I For Y a,otiington -lunctli.n mo wy cojnta,
8 a. ni., 4.30. 5J0 p. in. week. daya.
&. in., l.iu p. ni. suniwysc
ROYAL BLUE LINE FOR NEW YORK
All tralub iilumtouted with I'inuch IIkcU
Fur Pnltodelunia. .New lork. rot-urn and
the East, week dayn. 7.05. a, 1 a. ul,
12.O0, 1.1" tail UtiiliiK Cara), J, 15JJ6 tim
ing Car. 1 12.01 utgnt. rtiet-pmg uar utwa
at 10 oc!cfc. Sncdays, 7-t5. 9 a. m.
11.16 Dlniaa C&rl. 3. (5.05 DIuIuk Csuh.
12.01 utgnt. Sloeptnc Car open 1 1, u'elvck.
AddlU'Hwti tl lor rnitatlehtliU. wee2
days, dully. t p. m-
Parlor Cars on all day trains.
Fur Atlantic city, lo a. tu.. 12.05 aoos.
and 1.15 uad J p. t. wt days, y u. in.
For Cupe Mar. 12.05 noon.
tExceiK. SatMlay. xExprea train1.
Baggage 01 1 ted fur and cuecKt-a from Co
teltf anU reoliit!rs by Unlun 1 rander Cts
on orders left at UOKet oftlcw. Si9 Pena
eylvanla ateaae nurtbwest, NVw Yorlc
avenue ami Fifteenth utreet. ami at deixK.
WM. M. UKLfiNB. D. b. MARTIN,
Lieu. Manager Mgr. Pana. Tralfla
BTATIOV CORNFR OF SIXTH AND B
$0 a. m. week days-Pittsburg ex
PRESS -Parior and Dining Cars. Uarrl
burg to Pittsburg.
l0G" A. M PL..slLVANIA LIMITED
-Pullman Sleeping. Dinlng.Smoking.antl
Observation Car, liarrisburg u Chicago,
pnvlnnatl, Indianapolis. St Louis, Cleve
land and lotedo. Butfet tailor Car to
10 50 A. M.FASTLINE-Pullman Buffet
Aar'.r. Car l' "amsburg. Buiret Parlcr
40 P. M. CHICAGO AND ST L0U13
fcxpress-Sleeping Car at-iiinUH) toSt.
Louis, and Sleeping and Dining Cars liar
rlsburg to St Louis, .NaalmUt' via Cla
dnuati) and Chicago.
0 1- M. Wfc.M.t.ft v EXPRF.s Ph!1-
man Steeping Car to Pittsburg, Chicago,
and ItarrisburQ toC4eeianu Dmmsf car
7 " I ii 't THWETKRN FXPRESS
Pullman Sleeping Cara Washington to
Pittsburg ana Harrlsourg to bt. Louis
and Cincinnati. Dining Car
10.40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS Pull
man Sleeping Car to Pittsburg.
1 .50 a. m. for Kane. cnandugua. Roches
ter and Niagara Falls, daily, except Sca
d.iy. 100 a. m. for FJmlra and Renovo daOy,
except bunday. For iliianiiport dally,
8.40 p. a.
7- ' , 11 for WlllUtGnspftr W-cln'Ster,
Lrle, Buffalo and Niagara Falls dally,
except Saturday, witu SieepaiK Car,
Aash:ngton to buffalo-
10.40 p. in for Erie. Cauand-iigua. Roches
ter. Buffalo and Niagara Falls dally.
1'uilmau Sleeping Car Wastimtoa w
itociiester aaturdays only-
tor X'tnladeltiUIn, .ew V01S and tbe
-d0 p. m. "CONURESSIONAL L1M
irED," daily, all Parlor Car. wiMi liui
iug Car from lialtimure. Rtsular at 7:00
tinning Car j, 0.00. y.00. 1c 00 i Dining
Car., and ll.oo t inning Car from Wil
mington a- m . 12.6. a.I5, 4 -O, u:50.
1G 00 ami 11.50 u. in. On tsunuaj.7.00
IDiatug CaT(. h.OO, b.00. 11 OO t Dlnln
Car from Wilmiugtuai a. n-, 12.16, 3:15V
4.0. b v.0, id 00 and 11 50 p. m. Pr
I'luladeipaia ouly, Fast Express, 7.60 a
in., week uays. Expraa,12 16 p.m. iveet
Uays. 2 01 and 5.40 p iu. oatiy For
Boaton. without change, 7 So a. iu. week
days, aud 4.2U p. in. daily.
For Baltimore. t 25. 7-vh). 7 50, S:00.
9.00. lo.ou, 10:50, and 11.00 a. in,,
12.15, 12.45, 12.60, 2.01. 3:16 3:40
14:00 Limited, 4.20, 4:3o. 5.40, Gilt,
6.00, 7 -O. Iu OO, IU 40. 1 -it, a lid
II 50 p. in. Oa Sumlaj. 7.0, S.0O.
HAiO, 9.05, lOO, HMO a. ni.. 12.15.
1.15, 2.01, a. 15. 3.10, 14.UV Limited).
4.20. 6.40, 6.15. 6.50, 7 20. ltMlO,
1040, ami 110 p.m.
For 'ope s Crees. Line, 7 Jo a. m. and
4-b, p. m. datly, except sumwy.
For Anuapolts, ,.0O, j4jO a. m 4.20
and b.4o p. m. daily, except hunday.
Sundays. U-oo a. m. and 4.jo p. ni.
Atlantic Co.tst Line-Lxwe3 for Florida
aud point-t ou Atlantic coast Line, 4 JO
a. m., J.4G p. ni. dally. Richmond only,
10i7 a. m. w eek-day. Atauta Sieeial.
ia t.tCbmond aud &eattard Air Line.
4.10 p. ni. daily. Accommodation for
liuanueo. 715 a. m. OalO.auU 4J5 p.
xxi. v; reK-days.
For Atlantic City ivla Delaware River
Uridge. all-rail routei, 3A5 p. m. dally;
ia Market, street wharf, 10.00 aud ll.oO
a. in- i 4 p. ni., AftK ua),,.-fld H.30
p. m. dally.
For Cape iia- 11 00 a. m. week days.
1 1 50 p. n daily.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and G
streets, aud at the statiou. Sixth and B
streets, where orders utu be left Tor the
checking ot uaggage ro destination from
boieis aud resideucea.
J.R. WOOD. General Po3seus: .ajiens.
(Schedule laerrect.No. ember -i. Is97.)
All trains arrive and leave Pennsylvania
rTl2Kl !ia-DalIy. local for Danville,
Charlotte and way stations, contieeUi at
Manassas for Strasborg, Harrisonburg and
Staunton, dally, except; Sunday and at.
Li i.chourg. witn tne Nouoik aim esters,
daily, an(T with the Chesapeake and Ohio,
dally, for the Natural Bridge and I.exmg-
t0lLl5 a.m.-Daily.theUMTEDS TATE3
TAST MAIL, carries Pullman Burfet
sleepers, New York and Washington, to '
J at Olivine, uniting at S.Uisbury with
PuUiiiau Sleeper for AsheMlL aud Hut
Springs, N. C; KnoXviUc and Chat
tanooga, Tenn.; and at Chaiiotte with PolJ
mun Sleeper for Augusta. Pullman Bufret
Sleeper, New i'onctoNew Orleans, c-onnect-in"
at Atlanta for Birmingham anil Mem
phis. Solid traiu, Wnstnuiiton to New
t -deans without cltauge. Sunset personally
Conducted tourist excursion timmgli i!eepr
011 this tram every Wednesday to San
Francisco, without change.
4 01 11. 111. Local for F rtnt Royal, Stras
burg uuu Harrisonburg, daily, except Sun-
4.n' p. m. Dally, local for Charlottea-
Vil.e43 D. m Dally, WASHINGTON AND
SObrHWESTERN. V KSTIBULED, LIAT- .
ITED, composed of Pullman Vestibuled
sleepers, dmlng cars anil day coachea.
I'liliman sleepers New iork 10 Nashville.'
Tenn., via Asheville. RnoxMiIe. ana Chat
tanooga. New York to Tan ra. m& Chats
lotte. Columbia, Savannah, aud JacksonvOle.
uniting at Danville with Pullman Sleeper
from Richmond lo Augusta, via Columbia,
with connection for Aiken, S. C. New
York to Memphis, via Birmingham; New
York to New Orleans, via Atlanta and
Montgomery. Vestlbuled day coacb Wash
ington to Atlanta. Southern railway dining
car, Greensboro to Montgomery.
TRAINS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO
DIVISION leave Washington 9 01 a m.
dad v and 4 45 p. m. dally, etcept Sunday.
and'G 25 p. 111. Sunday only for Round Hill;
4.32 p m. dally, except Sunday, for Lees
burg, and 6 2o p. m. dallr for Herndon.
Returning, arrive at Washington .2o a.
ra. and 3 00 p. m. dalb, from Round Hill.,
and 7.06 a. m. dally, except Sunday, from'
Herndon, and 8 34. u m. dally, except Sun
day, from Leesburg
Through trains rrom the South arrive as
Washington 6 42 a. m.. 2 20 p. in. ana
9:25 p. m. dally. Harrisonburg, 12-40 Jfc.
m. and 9.25 p. m. daily, except Sunday,
and 8.30 a. in. daily from Charlottesville.
Tickets, sleeping car reservation, and In-
formatiou furnished at offices, 705 16tb
st. nw.. 511 Pennsylvania avenue, and at
Fo-'ylvania Railroad Passenger Station. .
. TV. D. GHEEN, Uen. Stipt.
J. 2d. CTJI.I. 1 ntffie Muiiage.".
IV. A. TTJHK, Gen. Pn. Agent:
.S. BBOVN,UiV Ijit.l'uaa. Dept,
xtk& ;3,3' -J1;20- c-3t xbuo. S.1B.
iilclit Sundays. x7 05, x7 lo. x7 30. 8.30
x&.OO a. in.. X12.10. xl 15. i.jo. iSiZo
3.J0, 4.35, X5.05. X5.10. G 30. X8.C0.