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rHE WASHINGTON CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVKNtNG, .TANCJAEY 23, 1880.
4 TOLSTOI WILT; PSION. Ills I'rnjocts For the Itetorni of Local Government, St. PETBitsiiUito, Jon. 2H. Count Tol stoi's project for tho reform of tlio local government being opposed by a majority of tba Council of tho Etnplro, ho offers lo resign, 1'he Czar, liowtivcr, vrho docs not consider tho opinion of tho Council Anal, litis instructed Tolstoi to await his. personal decision. The withdrawal of Count Tolstoi would leavo M. J'oblcdon ostzoff supromo in tho councils of tho Czar and aiiunicnt tho strength of tho l'an-Slavlsts. ' Slnlstcrj-eports that como from Bui carlu kcepftho Govcrnmunt on tho alort for dcvclof inotits. Princo Ferdinand's abdication is a question of days. Tho orthodox bishops nro preparing to do nounco him as an oppressor of tho faith. Tho OnuManin says that tho Jesuits, under the shelter of tho Prince, nro conducting an actlvo propaganda among tho peasantry, promising convents privi leges that aro not accorded to tho ortho dox. Tho Slavonic Society sends dally toleerains, directing tho movement against Princo Ferdinand. Tho bishops aro confident of ousting tho Princo. Measures will bo taken when Ferdinand abdlcatos to prevent tho return of Alexander without tho assent of tho Czar A ukaso has been issued applying tho law of March 20, 1887, rolatlng to for eigners engaged in tho mining Industry to Poland. Foreigners must not prospect for minerals beyond their own proporty. Persons or companies that obtained rights prior to 1S87 in the districts as srgnod to them retain suoh rights. Tho ukaso alms to check Gorman and other forolgn speculation to Polish mines. Henceforth new mines must ho worked and owned by Russians. STOIUES OP FEARFUL CRIMES. j,Tn!ci Told by Sailor of Pedis lnHpaulsli Town. Tho crows of tho various stcamors ply ing between this city and Kingston, Jamaica, are telling fearful stories of crimes committed In Spanish Town, a vlllago near Kingston. Tho first of a series of diabolical and mysterious murders took place, so tho sailors say, November 28, 1888, in St. Catharine's parish, a few miles distant from Spanish Town. Tho victim was a ncgrcss of tho lowest and most vicious class, whoso namo has never been dis covered. Sho was found early In the morning lying in a fence cornor by tho roadside, her throat cut from car to ear, her checks, noso and forehead slashed in a manner that would indlcato it to bo tho work of n skillful butcher. Her clothing had. as iu tho caso of nearly all tho AVhitechapol murders, been thrown over her head, and tho llttlobrowd which had gathered thcrc'upon tho discovery of tho body wore horrified to sco that it had' been mutilated exactly as had been done in London cases. If anything further had been needed to mako tho horror-stricken crowd at tribute tho crime to the Whitechapcl llend, it was found on a card pinned to tho unfortunate woman's body by tho blade of a small penknife, Th card bora this Inscription: "Jack, tho Hipper, Fourteen moro, then I quit." Of courso, a diligent search was mado for tho murdorer, hut ho was not found. On tho morning of Dccombor 18, In a field, lying by nnd pcr'.lilly concealed under an old shed was found a second body. In this case tho woman was a notorious croaturo of tho lowest class a uegress colled "Mag." Ilor wounds woro of tho same nature a3thoso inflicted upon tho other. Tho authorities mado a hurried investigation and burled tho body as speedily as possible, giving no one an opportunity to examine. No mention of tho aimo was mado in tlio newspapers at tho time, tho olllciuls endeavoring by every means In their power to hush tho matter up and have it talked about as llttlo as possible No traco was over found of tho murdorer, nnd it was forgotten, savo by a fow of tho wretched women who belong to that class among which tho unfortunates moved, Tho third body was found on tho Friday boforo Nuw Year's Day. This ylino tho nowspapers wero compelled to ''notice tho discovery. Tho scono of this third murder was about midway between tho places where tho formor discoveries had been made, and the sailors insist that tho crimo was In every way analo gous to tho other. Theronro comparatively fow women of this class about Kingston or Spanish Town, but those who do Hvo thoro aro in u stuto of abject terror. Tho murdorer has eluded tho authorities and tho sailors expect to learn of furthor atrocities on their return. N. Y. Sun, A MINE THAT CAN'T BE WOKKED. $200,000,000 Worth of Metal Underlies I'lilludolphln. Tho ground on which Philadelphia is built is ono of tho richest gold fields in tho world. This is a fact, Tho only difficulty is that tho Hold cannot bo worked. Nearly tho wholo city is uu dorlaid with clay to tho dopth of about 10 loot an uvea say ton miles square A cubic foot of clay, woighlng 120 pounds, taken from a depth of 1-1 feot, when tho collar of tho Twolfth-stroet Market House was excavated, was prac tically demonstrated to contain soven tenths of a grain of gold, or ono pound in 1,22-1,000. Tho experiment was repeated with about tho samo results with clay taken from a brick yard in tho suburbs. Sup iioilng tho wholo mass of clay to bo 1,180,000,000 pounds (and It is really much groatcr), tho amount of gold would reach in raluo tho enormous sum of 120,000,000. Tho gravel Is much richer In gold than tho clay, but there Is not ho much of it. Undoubtedly $.200,000,000 worth of gold lies within fifteen feet of tho surface and Ptill it cannot bo used. Philadelphia TlincB. lllits for 1'rlntliiB Ofllco Vapor. Tlio Hcuato Committed on l'rhitlug yester day opcucd tfilrty-ono bids for furulthlug tlio lwper and catdboaril to bo mod In tho Gov ernment Printing Olllco and u tbo Bureau of Eneravlnic and Vrlutlng the ensuing year. The lowest bidders on tlio 6ovcral classes ot paper were as follows: M, I'luniiner A Co., Now York; Irwin II. Meearjjeo .t Co., Phila delphia: Hulkloy, Ward & Co., I'lilladclphlu; M. O. itoguol it Co., Philadelphia; A. (i. El liott ik vo,, luuaueipiiia; .Mount uoiiy raper Company. Mt. nollv ttnr nm. m,: .iiarini uanuien w,, oaugerucs, is, i.; d, is. end Hold & Sou, Now York; Train, Smith it Co., Boston; Kastner it Williams, Ilolyolie; Aloxander llaUour, Pnlladclpbla; Linton Ilrothers it Co., 1'awtucket, It, I.; I)ob Icr & Mudpo, Uulllmora; (). J II, Warner, Baltimore; Armstrong liros. & Co., Lock Haven, 1'a.j Armstrong, tlralg it Co., l'lilla idolphla; Conrow Bros,, Now Voil.; Uarrett A Buolianan, Philadelphia; Woolworth it (Ira ham, Now York: T. M. Simpson, Philadel phia; W. At. BloKwly, Philadelphia, 'llio contracts will ho let at the meeting ot tho coromltteo next Tuesday, ' r, ,, " .. . a' n ... Tlmro Is Nu Clieupiiesa -without true excellence, and truo excellence Is tbo virtue of tbo Suits we havo reduced to U0.W. Elsemau Bros., tjeveuth and B streets, XRUiifaeturlig Clothiers and Tailors. . Ttirt' le the puicit and hot !ip cm invlc. B0ULANGI8TS UNEASY. They re Looking Forward With Anxiety to Sunday Paths, Jan. 28. HoulangUts aro . i i ii i ...... . ii Biiuwmg grcuv uiiciny uu niuuu; uiu uuu. liottlangcr will not navo Himself to blamo If ho docs not head tho poll next Sunday. During this week ho will keep hh houso open to all comers, tho recep tion lasting from 7 a. m. to 7 p. in. Yes terday and tho day buforo tho General was called upon by a constant stream of uniformed olllcers of tho territorial army, who had como to Paris lo attend tho military ball. The scene resembled an army demonstration in favor ot tho General, Hoyallsts aro still divided on tho question of abstaining fiom voting. General MontanJou.Koynllst, who was lately returned for Somuo ou tho Hon langlst ticket, was welcomed In tho Chamber of Deputies to-day by Admiral d'llornoy in an address in which Doulangcr was not alluded to. On tho other hand, Imperialists excel In activity for tho Goncrnl. M. Haroll denounces abstention as offacemont of tho party and Invokes tho aid of every conserva tive ImporlalUt. Tho languago of tho press waxes warm. ThoJvrttfonrt. assorts that tho dead father of Poulangcr was a usurer; that tho exe cuted murderer, Campi, was tlio Gen eral's brother, and that tho man mur dered, who was named Ducrot, was a business partner of lloulutiecr hero. Tho squabbles of tho General's domestic lire, his dobts and Intrigues aro also detailed. Tho,, Uoulangists respond by hnrping upon tho chargo that tho Government is employing tho sccrot sorvico fund In tho intorcsts of M. Jacques. MOanwhilo tho Inactivity of M. Jacques annoys his sup porters, who aro seeking oven now an other candidate. Tho betting on tho Bourso varies dally. To-day tho calcu lators gavo lloulangcr 215,000 voles against 170,000, and odds wero laid against tho Republican candldato. Tho influence of tho mombcrs of tho muni cipal council, who nro almost unani mously against Doulangcr, is tlio leading inctor in mauing ins success uuuuuui. A CRISIS IN AUSTRIA. Tho ltclchsratli Will Open ou January 30th. Vienna, Jan. 23, Tho opening of tho Rclchsrath on tho 30th instant will be tho beginning of a critical period for Count Von Taafo's ministry. A number of tho Government's supporters, notably tho Polish members, will insist upon leglslatlvo reforms, tho consideration of which was postponed during tho settle ment of tho army and Imperial taxation questions. During Count Taaro's ten years of ofllco a government majority of tho most composlto character has boon kept together by incessant appeals to unito on groat Imperial questions. This lino is played out and thero aro plain symptoms of disintegration. Among the internal leglslatlvo measures de manded aro roforms of 'criminal and civil procecduro and Industrial taxation and amendments of tho agrarian laws. Tho ministerialists, -who havo been disin clined to introduce measures that might lead to now party Groupings, havo heon warned that tho cablnot must vonturo or sco its majority break up through sheer discontent. Tho old Czech party's report boasts an extension of influence through moderation in demands and moderation in languago. Tho organs of tho Gorman Liberal press sco nothing in tho report except a declaration of opportunism, and predict that tho old Gzecus will soon bo forced into tho actlvo policy of tho young Czechs, implying tho restoration of Bo hemia to tho position of a kingdom, upon tlio samo status-as mat, or nungary. Horr Bacquohcm will introduco in the Iielchsrath a bill levying a small duty upon Imported or exported goods in tran sit through Austria. V01UI1T THE EMBEZZLE... A Ilourlnc of Ills Caiio Postponed Until Saturday. PiTTSiiuna, Pa.. Jan. 23. A hearing of tho caso of Cashlor Henry Voight of tho Farmers and Mechanics Bank, who is charged with embezzling tlio funds of that Institution, was to havo boon hold yesterday, but it was postponed until next Saturday. In tho mcantimo It Is slated a number of other arrests will bo mado. Sinco tho arrest of Voight a check for $40,000 drawn upon tho bank in tho namo of "William Voight and indorsed by ids brother, tho cashier, has been discovered in ono of the secret holes of tho safe. No traco of tho check has been found on tho books and Its recovery may throw somo light on tho affairs of tho hank. Tho brother Is absent and his relatives do not know whero ho Is or when ho will return. It Is stated that the assets of tho bank will not pay moro than soveuty-flvo por cent, or tlio Ha- unities. A lleul Duol on tho Stag". A duel In real earnest took placo on tho stago of tbo Standard Theatre, Cincinnati, Monday night, between Running Deer, an Indian chief, and Captain Jack Crawford, tlio scout. Tho Indlau was druuk, and la tho duol scene attempted to kill Crawford, It was a hard and tornblo light with knives. According to tho play Crawford should havo taken tho knlto from tho redskin, who Is a Comaucho. Ho refused to glvo It up and mado soma vicious lumrcs. After a dosperato struggle tho scout got tbo upper hand and pricked the Indian two or three times In tho sldo, with tbo threat to kill him It ho mado any further hos tile demonstrations. After tho play tho In dian escaped and tho police nro looking for him, fearing that he may do somo harm. Thnrp's Antidoto for Dyspepsia, A largo proportion of tho human family aro troubled with that dreadful complaint, dys pepsia, which Is caused by eating unwholo Eomo food and sedentary habits. .Many of our citizens aro clerks In tba departments, conse quently they need to tako something to assist nature's digestion. Tbarp'a puio old ijo Berkley bis antl-dyspcnsla tonic which can ho always had nt his headquarters, 816 K street northwest. Is said to bo an excellent restorer of health and a sure provontlvo of; Uyspopsla, by which so many of tho human family are allllcled, A Ilutliur Noisy Wiimlilppor, Thoro was mora troublo In tho Filth Baptist Church, colored, last night, during which ono ot tho worshippers became rather noisy and was ordered out. Brother Itoblnsou did tbo ordering, and Minor dared him to como out sldo and put him out. Tho result of this ex hibition of bravery was his appearauco hi tbo Police Court this morulas, where his personal bonds cie taken. , The HnUi'lV Kluvtliill, The annual election ot trustees of tho Bailors' Co-operative Association resulted in tho ro-cloctlou ot tbo old board, as follows: Conrad Schwab, Charles Spccht, tieorgo Wick, Joliu i Vogt, (1. II. Schulzo and J.ouU I)orr, Tho trustees elected: -Mr, Conrad Schwab, president', Mr. James II, Doty, socretary; Mr, l.ouls Dorr, ticasurer. tSJJ The lluvniia Cliesit Tonriiiiiuent. The second gaiun of the chess tournamout, which Is now iu progress lu Havana, io mains undecided. Tho inanagommit of tho tournamout aud tho players havo agreed upon Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays for phi) lug thoicniahiiug games. Crowds of lluyorH attest tho fact that tbo Overcoats wo havo marked down In $U,00 Is a genuine Bargain, Klsemau IirOa., Seventh and K streets, Mauti factuilug Clothiers aud Tailois, l'non foit (ouit'i" llallu of life positively cuien llillauiliutluu. A SKULL HEAVIER THAN GOLD. Our forofathcrs havo told us, gentle men, said tho Afghan chief, that when tho great Sultan Sccundur Hum! (Alex ander tho Great), reigned over all king doms ho and his warriors, as they inarched through these mountains, ramo suddenly upon a clear river, tho sweet ness of whoic waters was such that they all wandorcd at It, having never tasted tho llko before Then a mountain shepherd told them that this river was no earthly water, but flowed from tho garden of paradise, and that no man could find tho way thither, for Allah had hidden it forovor from tho eyes of men behind llio snows of tho eternal mountains, But when tho great sultan heard that ho was angry, and vowed that ho would 11 ml that hidden paradise, and uover stop secKlng it till ho did. So ho picked out n chosen hand or warriors irom his nrmy, and witli them bo sot forth. But evil followed his stops, nnd It went 111 with him and with his men. Very few and weary wero they who stood by Sccundur's side when ho came at length to tho sourco of that strango river, ami thoy saw that It flowed from boncath a vast golden gnto, which stood between two mighty rocks. Then Hccuuilur knew that this could ho nothing clso than tho gnto of paradise, and ho wont boldly up to it and beat upon it with tho hilt of his sword. Then thero camo it volco from within tho gate u volco mighty as thunder, yet swoct as tho softest music and it said: "Whoever thou art, thero is no entrance for tlieo hero; this 13 tho gato of tho Lord." "I am tho lord of tho wholo earth," nnswered Sccundur, proudly; "what lord is groatcr than I?" "Tho Lord of heaven," replied tho volco. "Bogono, for thou canst not enter hero." Then was Sultan Sccundur exceedingly angry. At length ho said: "It I may not cntor, givo mo at least somo token lo show to my people." Then thero camo a sound llko tho low laughter of an inflnllo multitude, and suddenly a small packot was cast forth, which full at Sccundur's feet. "Hero is thy token, madman," Bald tho volco; "it will teach thco wisdom if thou canst ho taught." And Sccundur took up tho packet, but ho stuld not to open It, for u great fear fell upon him, and ho hastened to leavo that placo of death. And so ho jour neyed for many days, till at last ho got back to his army. Then ut last ho bethought himself of the packet, and mado haste to open it; but lowl tiicro was nothing within savo a pieco of human skull, and Sccundur, thinking that ho was mocked, flung it upon tho ground In a rago. But a certain wlso man stopped for ward and said: "Dcsplso not this gift, oh, king, for although it may beem worthless, yet it will outweigh much gold. Bid thy peo plo bring n pair of scales, and fill ono of thorn with gold, and put this skull iu tho other." Then Sccundur commanded that it should be dono as tho sago had said, and immediately tho scale which held tlio gold flew aloft as If it had been ompty, while that which hold tho skull sunk well-nigh lo tho ground. More gold was added, and moro, aud yet more, but the larger grow tho henp of gold, tho higher roso tho scalo, and tho lower sunk that which held tho skull. "Amazlngl" cried Sccundur. "Who would over havo believed that this small plcco of bone could outweigh such a mass of solid told?" "Wondorcst thou, oh, king," cried tho sago. "Thou shalt see a greater marvel than this." And scooping up a handful of dust, ho covered tho skull with It, and Instantly tho scalo flew up, whilo that which held tho cold sunk clown. "What means this wonder?" cried tho sultan. "Know, thou, oh. king," answered tho wlso man, "that this skull onco held nn eyo which coveted all It saw, and tho moro gold it had tho moro it craved, for its desires wero boundless ns thino own. But when onco it was laid in tho gravo and covered with a. little dust, all tho treasures of the caith woro nothing to it. Such is tho lesson, oh, king, which this gift was meant to teach theo." TIGHTS OR X0 TIGHTS. Profound Chicnco Opinions on n Question of Much Moment. I havo been at somo pains, said tho Chicago Mail man, to got tho opinions ot tho managers on Miss Lillian Itussoll's suit in Now York. Said Horace MoVlckor: "Tho mcro fact that Miss KuesoII won't wear tights is no reason for breaches of contract." Said David Henderson of tho Chicago Opcra-llouso: "Miss Bussall's objections to tights is technical, Sho was in a box a tight squeezo, If you plcaso and got out of nor tights in order that sho might havo moro ficcdom to nccopt anothor contract." Said Harry Hamlin of tho Grand: "I am just back from New York mysolf, and heard nothing but Miss Kussell and her tights whilo I was thoro. I always thought Miss Itussoll's tights woro diaph anous. Thoy looked to mo as if ;tho wind blow them." Mr. Morton of tho Columbia took a stately view of tho caso. "If 11 young lady on our stugo," ho said, "chooses to discard tights wo lot her do so. I novor thought tights mado an actress or a singer. Peoplo do not como to the theatre any moro to look at tights, but to sco good playing and hear good singing. Tho stugo has reformed sinco your grand mother died." Mr. II. M. Hoolpy, upon hearing what Mr. Morton had said, remarked. "I quite ngrco wllh him. In fact, if Miss ltussoll wore no tights at all I think tlio peoplo would go to sco her just tho samo. What does Carson sav ?" Will J. Davis of tho Hay market sold ho rcgardod tights as ono of tho essen tials of light opera, "In fact," said Mr. Davis, "thero is a toudoncy to wear tights oven in privato lifo. When I orgonizod the old Plnaforo Company out of tho Chicago church choirs, 1 found each member provided with several pairs," fiald Mr. Baker of Baker's theatre: "I have not paid much attention lo tho suit of which you speak. As to tights In goncrnl, I think a great deal depends ou who weais thoiu. If that is what you moan, I hayo no hesitancy In Haying, for Instance, that Mary Audcrson 111 tights would boa failure'' 'Color Lino ntWost l'lilnt, Tlio nice question lias again enueed troublo at West l'oiiit, A cadet captain In assigning places in tho mess hall gavo a colored student a place at. tho (able ot honor to which his scholarship entitled lilm. This mado troublo, scuiu of tbo cadets thinking the distinction too great fo, a colored student, and ho was changed to a lower tabic This mado still inoro tioublo. Tho lieutenant nt whoso table tlio colored student was placed win, 60 angry ovor tbu clumro that bo referred to tho can- tain's action In such terms that tho captain considered himself insulted, and a bare list fight followed, lu which both tbo cuptnlu aud lieutenant received eovcio punishment. Cap tain (Icorgo 1). I.aughoiuo of Virginia, and Lieutenant Darioll of Kent County, Maryland, aro reported by the Now York U'oild ns tho cadets engaged lu tho fisticuff. Tlio West Votnt color lino is foiuclhluy apparently very hard to obliterate Stiit,t luluued lo Su.fti, l.'l-cmun , 7th & K CUk-M . 1 I 1 11 5i 1 . - , 1 ' ri SSsfeSE M1 1 ii.ii ffl sivMiiF ft HI irai A WOMAN'S CONFESSION. "Do you know, Mary, I onco actually contemplated sulcldo?" "You horrify me, Mrs. B. Tell mo about It." " I was suffering from chronlo weak ness. I believed myself tho most unhappy woman In tho world. I looked ten years, and felt twenty, oldor than I really was. Llfo seemed to havo nothing In it worth living for." "I havo experienced all thoso symptoms mysolf." "Well?" "Well, I was saved at the eleventh hour from tho commission of a deed which I shudder to think of. A friend advised mo to tako Dr. Plerco'a Favorite Prescription. I did so. In an incredibly short tlmo I felt llko a new being. Tho 'Prescription' cured me, and I owo Dr. Pierce a debt of gratltudo which I can never repay." "Favorlto Prescription" hai cured thousands of poor hcd-rlddcn suffering women of weaknesses, painful irregularities, ulcerations, organic displacements and kindled ailments too numerous to mention. It is tho only mediciuo for women, sold by druggists, under .1 positive gnarnntco that it will, In every case, glvo satisfaction or tho prico ($1.00 ) will bo refunded. Copyright, 1853, by Woiild's Disr-ENSAnr Medical Association, Proprietors. VeCCGS 1 25!kS2LW& rri m 2 Une,iua,cd as a LOVER PILL. y O WL d Smallest, Cheapest, Ilnnlcst to take. W w t" Ono tiny, Suirar-coatcd Pellet a doso. Cures Sick Headache, Bilious Headache, Constipation, Indigestion, UUIous Attacks, and all derangemonts of tho Stomach and bowels, "J cents a vial, by druggists. Ills First Sarmon, A bright young frlond of mine who Is worklnchls way through tho Bates Thoological School, and who will somo day bo a worthy, nnd, I bcllovo, a successful worker In tho Christian ministry, relates his first oxpcrlcnco In "supplying:" "I wns pretty hard up, and that means constdorablo to me, for I havo never had any troublesome 'surplus' during my course. It looked as It I would havo to drop out a ?lillc and cam eomethlng before I could go ou, and I had about concluded to canvass for u book when I got my first chanco to supply. You may' ho euro I occoptod It thankfully, for to my mind It promised need ful llnunctal uld. Tbo church, was somo miles out of tbo city, but l'dldh't mind that. Tho uoxt Sunday I hired a livery team and drovo out thero and delivered my best sermon, and after taking dlnuor witli ono of tho good deacons, started for ibonio with tho contents of the contribution box, which amounted to ,$1 BO. My bill at thfr livery stable amounted to $2.2,'), so that I was just 70 cents out of pocket by my first appearance In tho pulpit." Augusta (Me.) Journal. Thrcn Hours to l'lilliuliilplilii. Tbo li. it O. II. II. has established a quicker train service between Washington and l'hlla- dolphin than that for which otlu'rroads chargo an extra faro. Xo extras nro charged on tho 1J. &0. Trousers to ordcr.S l.SO nnd $t. L'iscman's, 7&E. JOB PRINTING. mllOUASU'dlLLACO. JL (Successors toMcGIUJb Wlthorow), 1'ltlNTliIlS AND STKllliOm'KKS, 1107 K street n w, Washington, D. O. GOOD WOItlt AT VAIlt 1'ItICEi. PAWNBROKERS. Burnstino Loan Ofllco, it 01 Pann. Avo N. W. Money loaned on Gold aud Sliver Watohos, Diamonds, Jo welry, I'litols, (luns, Li lei' and (leutlomou'a Wearing Apparel. Old Uold and Sliver bought. uuruueemuii i-ieugosr ir naiu. STEAMBOATS. F OHXOlllOI.K, Ol.t) 1'Olsr AM) Til h SOUTH. RtpamerOEOltOK LEAKY loavoi Washington Monday, Wednesday and Vrlday, at 5 p. m. Steamer LkDY Of Till!. LAKE, Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday, at 5 p.m., from Sixth btreet Wharf. Steamer Loarv lauds at I'Inoy Point coln and roturulug. Lady ot tba Lako lands at CornQold Harbor aim Colonial lluaoli on Saturdays. Sto.imor trom Washlnstou dally, Inolmtlngauudays, until further notice. Sunday at i p. m. Faro, baturdny oxourslou, return Monday 7 a, in., 3U round trli. Connoettons mado at Norfolk with Old Do minion bteamsbln Company lor Now York. Knox und Lloyd Express will cull and obook baggage ut hotels and private roilihmoo-i, Telephone oull Leary, 7t5:ij Mosoloy, I'uro, h. w. r. wiilcii, supt. i. s. co. GEO, I. I'UILLIl'S'. Supt. I. & DRY GOODS. Bl. R.-RILEY, Corner Ninth and E Streets Northwest, Isoloslngout ull'kludsot DRV dOODS At Very Itoditeed ltatos. E. G. DAYIS. BLACK DRESS GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, L.ici'ituml TiliiimluKii, 719 Market Space, Washington, D. C, Mar on roughs, Colli aud Incipient Consumption. &t i? .l9VJt.B 1. '.v. mmmmmmmm f ONCE TRIED ALWAYS PREFEKRED. rrofircl 1 UVJtt BISnor, StUlacre, t!l, Large llottlcs only Jo. For sale by ull Druggists. A POSITIVE CURE lop LOUTor i.llla MiMIIHIII. Nrou,uca, Wi.hortiorilf &j JtMlnil Lckorsirtugth.Mf r Btlltlottlotiment. c&u.. Jbr Lr. rOflhkluUHlA', lit"k Jloini.fH.iF Tbk.tukmt, uuJ l'r,Hf tMlfcJucltairrccAiUr.. tBIt MtOltlAt C0.,BUA10,N,Y. PI10VI3I0NS S. L. WlMJBTT. 8. II. QWYNNS MARKET. CIRCLE Vtii luont nvo. and t t. n. w. rhn'ru Uiiiuerle .Meats und Prov'slimi, 'I'livHi'tliiMHliiut llio Lowest 1'ilcoi. i Maikeliii'deUvcied tree !ffl L 'U niJlvMC W mm mm Dr Pierce's Pellets rUJtELY VEOETAliLBl GENT'S FURNISHINGS. ...Af, TC(m?.OJL BtfiZb izas&?ewAi&:wA mmumwSimF V'''"'MVW xv FOR MEN. Nothing pleases a man so much as a PERFECT FITTING SHIRT. If you are in need of such an article go at once and have your measure taken. They will cost $1,50. $2 and $2,50, TYSSOWSKI BROS Importers Men's Woar, Cor. 1 5th and G Sts CLOTHING. H. D. BKRR, Importor and Tailor. Fall and Winter Goods, A of tho Latost Novelties. ENGLISH, FRENCH AND SCOTCH SUITINGS, ETC., JUST ARRIYED. MIL I1AHK personally tits all garments rnado In our establishment. 1111 Penna. Avenue. FINE FAMILY FLOUR. USK OKItK-S. bTKltLINn, MI.NNICOLA, UlUV JJIMJK or (lOLUKN 11U.L XiOTJEi And you will always have beautiful llro.nl. Rolls ami Ulseults. Wholesale Depot, cornor First street aud Indiana avenue, WM. M. QAL.T & CO. BOOTS AND SHOES. 00a l'LNNA. AVE. X"III3 CRAWFORD SHOE X tlxo Only Slioo SOLD DIRECT TO THE CONSUMED DY THE MANUFACTURER. tj Remington llio Winning1 Typewriter TUB IIKMIMIM Gas Stoves for Cooking! flan Hollers at Sl.ir, ami SI .50 (or Irutantly making T0.1 or Codes. O-.A.S COOKERS For largo and small (amilto. Junt tlio ntoro for summer unj, .11 you extluttulJli tba flrd tin lnatanttbocookluKltfUouo. lror salobjrllia WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, Headqtiarters $ Gents' Fine Shoes. rorM,lic, Kangaroo mill Cnlf .Miooi to Null toryonn ill GARTRELIAS. 900 Seventh Street. UM'llECi:nKNTR ATTllACTIONf OVi;it A MILLION DISTltlUUTKD. JLd. O. jL. LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY Incorporated by tho Lnitliilaturo In I8fl8for Kilucatlonat and Charltnblo iiirwi, aud lift franchise raailn a part of tbo present State Con stitution, In 1H70, by nu ovchwiiei.mi.n'o rore- LAmOTK. 1t HItANI) EXTItAOnniNAIlY DltAWINOS takoplaon Soml-AtinuallT, (Juno and December), und Us (JUAN!) SINUUC NUMIIKIt DltAU INtiS tako placo In each of ttio otlie' ton months o( I ho your, und aro all drawn In imbllu, ul tbo Academy of .Muslo. Now Orleans. Lu. 'Wodo hereby ccrtlly that wo aupervlso tbu arrangements for all of tba Monthly and Soml Annual Drawings of tho Louisiana Statu Lottery Co., und In person manure and control tlio Drawings thmnoolvus, and that tlio samo nro conducted with honesty, fairness, nnd In Kood faith toward nil parlies, and wo uuthorlro tho Company to tlio this curtltlcato, with tno similes of our slnatnroj attached, lu Its adver tisements." G. T. J. A. BEAUREGARD, EARLY. COMMISSIONED. Wo the undersigned Dank and tlanltors will pay all Prize drawn In tlio Louisiana Statu LotUrlos, which may bo presented at our counters It. .11. WAl.MSI.r.Y, I'ruit. I.u.Xnt. Hunk. J. I.ANAIIX, I'rrst. Slulu Nat. Hunk A.1IAL1VIN, l'rjit. N. O.Niil. ItanU. UAItb ICOIIN, lrvnl. Union Nut. Hunk. GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING . At the Academy of 31uslo, New Orleans TUlibUAV, l'obruary 13. 18t. GAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000. 100,000 Tickets at Twenty Dollars each. Halves, SIO; Quarters, $3; Tenths, J'.!; Twentieths, St. LIST OF PHIZES. i rnizE ok saoo.ooo is saoo.nno 1 I'lllZEOP 100,0011 Is 100,000 l vmzHOK no.ooois ro,(oo 1 i'ltlZBOP ur,,ooois '25.000 U PHIZES OF 111.000 aro U0.000 B I'ltlZEsOl' r,OOOnro un.ooo JB PHIZES OF l.tiOtlaro UB.IMHI 100 PHIZES OF BOO nro BO.OOO 'JOO 1'ltIZKSOF iSOOnro 00,000 BOO PHIZES OF 'JOOnro 100,000 Al'l'llOXIMATE PlUZLS. 100 lrIzos of $.-,00 aro S BO.OOO 100 1'rlzot of tiooaro iSO.tWO lOOPrlzesof 200aro 'JO.000 Teiiminal I'nuEi. noil I'rlzoa of Kltlnro 1)0.000 uuu Prlzosot lOOnro tiO.O'H) UTTat Prizes, amounting to $l,or.J,M)t) Note. Tlekots drawing Capital Prlzos aro not entitled to tutmluul prizes. fc7"Kon Ci.un Katc, or any further Informa tion desired, wrlto legibly to tbu undersigned, clearly slating your rusldcnco, wllh Stale, County, .Street nnd Nnmbcr. Moro rapid ro. turn mall delivery will bo assured by your en closing an Euvolopi) bearing your full addrots. Stud Postal Kotos, Express Monoy Ordors, of Now York Exobango In ordinary lettor. Cur rency by Express (at our expense) addressed M. A. DAUPHIN, Now Orleans, La. Address ltoglsterod Letters to NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL HANK, New Orleans, La. REMEMIIEH THAT ONE DOLLAlt Is tbo Price of the smallest part or (motion of n ticket Is-ued in anv drawing. Anything in our namo ottered nt a less price, Is either u counterfeit or u swindle. "UKMKM11EH. also, that tho piymont ot Prizes Is OUAHANTEED 1IY 1'OUIl NATIONAL HANKS of Now Orloani and tlio Tickets aru tlgned by tho President of an Institution whose cliartcrtxl rights aro recognized In tbo highest Courts; therefore, bowuro of all Imitations und all anonymous schemes." MEDICAL. HEALTH IS WEALTHI I i Da. E. 0. West's Nimve nu HattN TiiKtr uent, u guaranteed siwellio fl"' 1 lystorla, Dizzi ness, Convulsions, Fits, Nervous Neuralgia, lleadaelie. Nervous prostration caused liy tlio use of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression, ouimmiiu w mu itraui luiuuiim m Insanity and leading to misery, doeay and death, ProinttiuoOld Ago, llarroniioss, Loss of Power lu either tax. Involuntary Uissos und Spormator rlaea caused by orer-exertlon ot the oruln, self-iiliu-oor iivoi-lndulaoiice. Eaoh bos conlalns one month's ,ratmonti 51 a box, or s: botes fur .-. sent by mall prepaid on ronulnt of price. 1 " ' V15IJ.ltNTISK SIX 110XHS ' , lomiro any ease. Willi eaoh otilcr nwelvud by us for blx boxes, aoooinimnlbd with $5,wowlil seiul the purebai'r our written guurunteo to rotund tho money If the treatment does not ef fect a emu, (iuar.iutees Issued only by ). UltlllsriANl. Druggist, Hoi.n Aokut, 1S1 Penna. uve.. between dW and Gib sts, DRtnSTKENNESS OU THE LIQUOR HADIT CAN I1E CURED UY AUMINISTHHINQ I) II. HAINES' UULDEN hl'ECIl'Itt Cas do given in a cup ot coffee or tea without the knowledge of tho person taking it. It Is ah Bolutelyhauiiless, and will eneet a permanent and speedy eure.'wliether the pitleut Is a moder ate drinker or an nleohollo wieok. It has been glcnlii thousands of oases, and In every in btanee u perfect em e has tullowud. IT NEVEK KAIL'S. 'riiOHVstoiniinee Imnreunntnd with thu i hiicclllu.lt beoomes an utter lmpsllty tor tneliouvr uppeiuo io uuu. ror sale iivh !, W Alt E. under the Kbhltt House: It. K. IIEl.l'll LNS riNE, Poiirteonth street aud Vermont avo nuo.WashliiKtoii. PEERLESS DYES Aro tho llltlsT. SvjuiuyUuiuuiht MM M r 4 fandard Typewriter. Toronto Spood Contost. (liiteriiufloiinl Tor World's i'liunt. , ,lIMlll.) llmlnon correspondonco and lojal taitt motiy: not.!) MI'.DAL, 03.7 wordi per tnlaut. S1LVKU Mi:i)AU 03.11 word pet mlauta MAK E. Oim AND FRANK E. M'GUmtlN, Wlnnors Wyckoff, Seamans & Benedict Cor. 8th and F Sts. N. W. 8J(l.J.tl() RAILROADS. Tho Groat Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. Double Track. Splendid Scenery, Ateel lialls. Magnificent Equlpmtiit. In ErrrcT JAtiUAnr O, 18S1). Trains leavo Waslilneton. from station comer of Sixth nnd II streets, as follows: Ton Pirmnuiib and tbo West, Chloaico Limited ExproM of Pullman Vostlbulod Cars at 9..V) a m dally; Past Ltuo. 0.50 u m dally to Cincinnati and St. Louis, with sloeplmr (Jars from 1'ittsburs to Cincinnati, and llurrliburff to St. Louis: dally, except baturday, to Chleaco, with Sleeping Car Aitoona to Chicago. Western Kmross at 7.1) im aniiv, witli m daiiv. witli Sleonlns Cars Wnslilncton to hlcacp ami St. Louis, connecting dally at i u llarrishurKwlthtlitonirliHIeetiors for Loulsvtllo and Mcinii nn 4. 'nn n i-rfipa.. trim,. no p m dally lor rittsburc nnd tlio West, with throtmh nicopcrio nttsunre, and Pittsburg to Chicago. BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC HAILHOAD. , I''" U,UE Caiunilalgua and Roehostor dally; ;Si,u"al anil Niagara dally, except Saturday, looo p m, with Kleoplng Cur Wasblngtoa to Hocboslcr. I'oa WiLUAMsponr, I)ok Haven and Elmlraat OJO a in dally, except bundav. Fon Nr.w Yomc nnd the East. 7.30. 0.00. 11.00 and 11.40 a m,s.w, 4 10. 10.00 and 11.50 p m. On Sunday, noo. ll.io a m, S.00, 4.10, 10.00 and 11.IM p in. Limited Express of Tullman Parlor Cars, tup a m. dully oxcopt Hunday, and S.O pm daily, with dlnlug oar. Foit Hoston, wltliotit change, 2.00 p m overy day. Ton ItnooitLTN, N. Y., nil through trains ooa nect at Jerrev City with boatu of Urooklyn Annox, affording direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding dotiblo ferriage across New York city. Fon l'lIIMmrrntti. ? on a 10 Q.00 1100 and 11. lOum.SOO. 4.10.000. H10. 10 00 und 11.0) pm. On Sunday, 000,11.40 a m. 200, 4.10, 6.00,8.10. 10.00 and ll.20pm. Limited Express, all parlor cars, s.40 a m week-days and 3.43 u m dally, with dining car. Fon UALTIMons, C.S3, 7.20, RIO. 0.00, 0.40,0.50, 11.00 and 11.40 a m. UM, 3 00, 3.41, 4.10, 4 20, 4.40, O.M, 7.40, H.10. 10.00 and ll.SO oin. On Sunday, 0.00, 0.0-,, D.M. 11.40 am. 2.00, 3.43, 4.10, 0.00, 7.40, B.10 10.00 and 11.20pm. Fou Pope's Cheek Link, 7.20 am and4.W p m dally, except Snndar. Fon Annatous. 7.20 and 3.00 a m, 13.OT, 4.10 P m dally, except Sundays. Sundays, 0.00 a m, 4.10 p m. ALEXANDRIA .t ITtBDKRlOKSBURO HAIL WAY, AND ALEXANDRIA ,t WASH INGTON HAILROAD. Fon Alexandma, 4.30, O.M, 7.25, H.40. 9.43, 10.W B m, 18.04 noon, 2.01, 3.4U, 4.25, 5.a, 0.03, 8.03, 10.03 and 11.37 p in. On Sunday nt 4.30. 0.13, 10.37 a m, 2.30, 0 01, B.03 and 10.03 o in. Accommodation for Quaullco, 7.23 am, and 3.00 p m week days. , Fon lliousioiin and tho South, 4.30 10.57 a ra dally nnd 3.10 p m dally, except Sunday. Tiiaihs leavo Alexandria for Washington, 6.03, 7.03, 8.00, 0.10, 10.15, 11.07 a in, 1.20, 3.00. 3.21, 0.10, 0.3", 7.03, 0.32, 10.4J and 11.03 p m. Ou Sun day nt 0.10 and 11.07 a m. 2.00, D.10, 7.03, 0.33 and 10.43 p in. Tickets und Information at the ofllco, north east corner ot 13tb street and Pennsylvania nvenuo, and at tho station, whero ordors can bo left for tho checking ot baggage to destination trom betels nnd residences. chas. e. ruan, J n. wood, Gcnoral Manager. lion. Pass. Agent. Baltimore and Ohio Pailroad. Schedule lnoffoct Deo. 0, 188S. Leavo Washington from station oornor of No Jersey avenue and C stioet. Fon Ciiicaoo and Northwest, Vcstlbnled Lim ited express dally 8.53 a. in., express 0.03 p. m. Fon Cincinnati and fat. Louis, expross dally 3.(0 und 11.10 p. in. Fou PiTTsnunii and Cleveland, Vcstlbulod Limited express daily 8.53 a. m. and express 0.05 p.m. Fou Lr.xtnaTo.N and Local Stations tlO.10 um. Fou IlAtTiwonE, week days, 5.00, 6.30. 6.40. 7.30,8.30, a.43. 11.00 (43-mlnuto train) a. m., 12.10, a US. 3.15, 145-mliiute train), 3.25. 4.30,4.33,5.30, 0.13.7.30. 0.43 and 11,30 o. in. Sundays. C30, 8.30, 9.45 a, m., 1.15, 2.03, 3.23, 4 JO. 4.33, 0.43, J.30, 0.43 and 11X0 p.m. Fon Wat Stations betwocn Washington and liultlmore, 5.00, 0.40, 8.30 a, m., 12.10, 3.23, 4.:, 0.43, ll.so p. in. On Sundays, 8.S0 a, in., 1.15,3.23, 4.35,0.45, 11.30 p. m. TnAiNH leave llaltlmoro for Washington at 3.10, U.20. 0.J0, 7.20, S.tO (45-mlnuto train), 9.00, u.u iu.;j (43-mliiuto train; a. in., ii-.io, s.w, o.w, 4.10,600,0.00,0.30,8.00, 10.00 and 11.00p.m. Oa Sundays, 5.10, 0.8O. 8.00. 0.00, 0.05, 10 40 a. m.; 1.15, 2.00. 4.10, 5.00, 0.30, 8.00 10.00 and 11.00 p. in. Foil AnNai-ous, 0.40 nnd 8.30 a. in,, 12.10 and 4.35 p. in. On Sundavs, 8 30 a. m., 4.33 p. in. Leave Annaiolls 0.40, S.37 a. ra 12.05, 4.10 p.m. buudays, b.37 u. in., 4.10 p. in, Fon Station's on tho Metropolltar Uranch, tn.3 510.10 a. in., jl.15 p. m., ror principal Bu llous only; tlO.10, u, in., t4.35 and t3.30 p. in. Fou Oaitiieikiiui.o and tntormodiato points, 19.00 o. in,, tl.'.yo. 14 10. 3.S3. tll.20 p. m. Fon Horn's anil Intermediate xtatlous, 17.00 p, m . kiooo p.m. Cm ucitTiiAiN leaves Washlnglon on Sunday nt 1.13 p. in., stopping at all stations on Metro politan llrunch. Fon Fiiiiir.mcic, 110.10 a. m., tl 35 and 15.30 p. tu. buudays, 1.14 p. m. l'ou llAnti.sTOWN, tlO.10 a. m. and 13.30 p. ni. Tuains aiiiiivk from Chicago dallv 8.35 a, m. and 0.35 p. in ; from Cincinnati nnd St. Louis dally CM u. in. nnd 1.63 p, m.; from Pittsburg, t,33 u. in,, 17.20 and ') 35 p. m. PIIILADSLPIUA DIVISION. Fon PiiiudelI'iiia and Wilmington, dally, 8.15 a.m.. 2.00, 4.20 and 11.30 p. m. Uulfet Parlor Cars on tho 8.15 a. m. mid 4.20 p. ra. trains. Sleeping Cars on tho 11.30 p. in., open at 0.00 p. in. Fon intimimeiuatk roiNTS between Baltimore nnd Philadelphia, 0.30 u. in., ilXS and tl.30 p m. Tiimkh i.kavh Plillndelphla for Washington, dally. 8.30, 11.00 a. iu.,:i.50. 7.U0 l. in. uiid 12.03 ulght. t Except Sunday. DalIy. JSunday only. Iiuggago called for and cheeked at hotels and resiliences on orders left ot ticket ofttces, U1D and 1UA1 Pennsylvania avonuo. W. M CLEMENTS. CHAS. 0. SCULL, lien. Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt Chesapeake and Ohio Route. Schedule In ofleot SEP1'. 10. 1888. nvaina Ikuta Union Denot. blxth aud It streets. 10:n7 a. in. Foil Nbwi-oiit News, Old Point C'omtort nud Norfolk, dally oxcopt Sunday, Ar ' rlo hi Norfolk 7 p. m. 1 1 1?2 1 a. m. Fon stations on tho Cnesapoako 1 und Ohio In Virginia. West Virginia uud Ken tucky, dally except Sunday, Sleeping ears Wil ton Forgo to Lexington, K. I n-au p. m Fast Wj.stkiin Ksihw dally bolUl train, with l'nlhnan ltuffot Sleeping cuii to I Ohvilloi I'ullumn service to t'lneiuuatl, bU Louis, Mi-' ipnls and New urteuos. Ooiov, aid lnns ivania avenue 11 W Fl LLElt, ueu. Puss. Ageat, iiMim&lakJUiAliklZi. JJi. j . ., ""' "" " M,in .MUAJIMA uyaiaaaMiHMkjiBftAda J ilui . ito.i-iv I , mmmmmmmmtmmmiai