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TIIEWASIXING'fON CRITIC. WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBIUJAUY 27,1880.
.! l'Olt UfAtrUiflATH JtgOltAND lll'.VIf'.W ,r,Nl, Lafayette Hipiaro. Opposite lrcldcnt's Htnnd, Hoofed and Knoloqd. All Deserved Chair Heats, S3, S.W, S oncli. Two balconies of flf ty scats each for salo to clubs, or In .sections to private parties. As this Is tho nncst stand ever erected In tills city, tho public nrc Invited to Inspect It, Tickets for sate by WILLIAM II. DYI'.lt .CO.. 1KB F street. Onteo open, from Dn. rh. to 5 p. in. anil 7 to 10 p, in. jggpALONHTIIL-LlNi: OK HAltCII. rcnnsylvnnln Avcnuo vrowlnagtnndint lltfi, Htli.ttthnnd 7th streets. Tho strongest nnd best eonstrudted stntids nrt erected with a vlovv of tibsolute s ccurlty and comfort. The only stands from which a clear nnd un obstructed. view, can bo hiutof jbo Inaugural parndo whlto inarching. Comfortable numbered chairs to Corrcspon 1 with numbered coupon tickets only sold. You can comoanu con twill. Your coupon ticket entitles you to this privilege (Jcntlcmanly ushers owtnjwd to see that latronsbnvo their jiroer seats. Kncli grand Maud under tho supervision of un ablo nnd competent manner. civil, nuuiu-iiu mnmru IH.lllll' II1U I'limpi'l,- i ItlTO drills of, tho Flambeau Clubs on tho V1114111H ui outrun s inn uu icuil.. Coupon chair scuts up on'sa)o at Drool's. 023 Pennsylvania a cnuo for stands at ;tli nnd tth sts.i'nnd at .Miller A Herbert's, 1 II? Penn sylvania uvenno, for tho two stands in front ef National Tlleatro., l'rlcos, $1, $i, $'-.B0 anil SO, nocoidlns to locution. JULIUS LANfllHJHOII, Huslness Office, tB3 1'cnua. avu. iKi:cr.y.,.oTjuj:ii. 4 , iraWTf)rt l'it'dIiACrifcliW.'bistmiidX -' fits.rHX).; pt.,.80(!.' half pints, ''Ma.; combined writing nnd copying, qts.i Mo.: pis., aso.i i pts., 2.V. (live It atrial. Central Ti jcws jiepot, oi.i inn hi. i-enouicais, m- uwner, etc. 1 1 . ri - KBpKINHSLCY" lUt)i'. ' OlIEAMKtlY Co. - standard Cash Prices Tor our unequalled dairy products delivered by our Alderney.(lntnAvnrd's) wngoirs.- Thc lest prrrq'sweiitinllk, perqlinrl 8o " eionm; per nuarti.'..... '.!',. ,8lo " buttermilk, per quart to " skim milk, per quart to K. B. Creamery l'l hit llntter, our own mnko, the best und puiest, IV). per pound. Twenty-six Icent ticket for SI icatV lie o)-M tnineu irom our waRonsorat 'oincc, wa mm Kl 1 1) street northwest. - , ouiiAiMWir.r.iiuTonivn Our citizens tho veryi-tiest-dnlry products at popular cash prices at all times. 11.EA.SK ItEl'OUTANY COJII'LAINTS In relation to Our employes direct to our office, . ; Our wholcsalo lint tor nnd commission houso, S10 10th street northwest. gggrLEW13 JOHNSON CO,, Domcsflo nnd'Forelftn BANKi:rts, l'cnnsylvanla Avcnuo nnd Tenth Street. Kjiohanuc, Letters of Credit, Cablo Transfers on Principal Cities In Europe Government and Investment llonds. Telo. prapWc. Communications' with' Now York, l'MIndf Iphla, Daltlmoro mid llDftqn, , Loans made and Neiotlntcd, Ocncral llankluir llusluess Transacted. BS ELECTION OF DIHECTOIIS. Ot tick or the CoLOiniA Railway Co. Tho annual clcctLjn of Jjovcn Directors to fcryo tho cnSuhiK year for tha Columbia, Ball way Company will bo held nt the.Kolloeg Ilundrns, F.sj., between Uth.nnd 'Wthstsji. w.. TUESDAY, March 18 proximo. Tolls will open from 1 to 2 o'clock p. m. W. H.CLAUETT. Secretary. KSprniT.T.jra;r.xMxn srzxcmiY, ATTORNEYS, Sun Building. 1315 F streot. KSTr-TIIE ALDERNEY DAIRY PLANT IN :x' this city has this day been sold and transferred to tho Kinsley Bros.' Creamery Company, and'wlll In future bo.eomtueteoby that cdmpa.rr. All bllts'rcCelVablo and pay able up to this dato will bo received and paid by mo. In transferring this plant I would stnto for the Information of tho public that tho facili ties of tho Kinsley Bros.' Cicamcry Company, with their twenty creamcilos In tho country und my plant !u tills city, mako tho delivery of daily products to tho public simply perfect) nnd tho patronago so liberally bestowed upon me In the past, I respectfully solicit -for tlia above-named company. F. K. WARD. 1'ebiiuaiiv SI, 189. WiuunHOTost, D, C, February 21, 1683, To the IWlle: Having purchased from Jlr, Frank If, Ward thcAlderney Dairy and all properties con nected, therewith (except roalc&tatoVwe this day assumo control and becomo responsible for, nnd entitled to, nil bills Incurred, whether recelvablo' or payable, 'from' and Including' this dato. . Our extensive creamery plant, consisting of twenty creameries,- located In Virginia, gives us' unsurpassed facilities far supplying tho bost dairy products,: and our aim and deslro will bo to glva a better scrvlco' to our patrons than heretofore enjoyed by them. As soon as praotlcable,'noctflary qhangen Willi bo made!' In'JIiellmyof fumlshrngnud enlarging tho do-' livery nystUro; aluVw wxiuest your patHniago. Very Respectfully, KlNStfeY'BUOS.' CREAMERY CO. 53f THE WASHINGTON ARCHITECT- 'URAL IRON AND BRIDGE WORKS, EDWARD L. JJENT, MEi, Proprietor. Tha best facilities In tha city for all kinds of Iron work. Steel Beams, Angles, etc, always In stook. Fine Omamentu! Casts und Wrought-lron1 Wotko.spoolalty ,, Repairs and general machlno work dono In tlo beat manner nud at short notice. (olo Licensees In tho District of Columbia. foT tllfl. ';Uoetz-JlltohoU" system of Beam Anchors and rotectois. Works; Cor, aid- and Wuter Streets; Tolo' phone, 8-8., OfflccT 1119 O Street n. v.; Telephone, 4i-S. Washington, D.rC. S53 JNO. AMBLEli M1TH, ' Counscllor-nt-lJiwand Patent Attor neyvCC8 nnd 1010 F st. n. w. ppraetlce In courts und Departments. A. NORTnitOI' & CO., Pittsburg, Pa. Orders will be received on ami aftor Febru ary 31, 'ED. nt 721 II St. n. o by tho ngent, J. illLLENOASS. JfNPW BOOKS. Ortnt Cnbtnlnay W Dodgo; Tenting' on" tho Plains, by airs, e, n, mister; iiryco.s American Commonwealth, Truth nbout Russia, by W, T. stead; Around thp "World, by Jules Verno. turesqno Washington before leaving tho city. Law books u specialty. W.JI. MORRISON. iaHFst.ll. w. K7ST1IE NEWPORT AI.UJIINUJf AND btvel Company of Newport, Ky., is now prepared to grant licenses for tho cheaper production of soft steel nnd malle able Iron eastings without annealing In or dinary cupola furnaces by our new Ferro Aluminum process. A. ginud success. Roy alty lovy, Why not Invest Igntaf Only inauufactiirers of puio Aluminum In thu United States. Nanio this paper. Aluminum Is exceedingly cheaper than sil ver and superior to gold In brilliancy, dura bility and lustro for lino ornamentB. Juwelry nnd all kinds of household utensils. Why not Investigate t Aluminum Is tho coming metal, melts easy, very light and alloys with any metal, CJ5T LADIES I LADIESI EADIE8I HS jirSl MeCiiflcity Is the only hat and bonnet-framo manufacturer In tho city. Call aud seo her now shapes. Bleaohlug and rresslug. Straw nnd Felt Hats altered to ho latest stylos, Oidcrs promptly attended to. 1000 0 street n. w. jggpronTABLE orates, FENDERS. ANDIRONS, FIRE SETS, Cheaper than ever. Eiamluo our extonslvo stock beforo pur chasing. UAYWARD & HUTCHINSON, -i-l u Hi St. f5 TI1K POI.UMHIA NATIONAL BANK Kt? of Washington, D, O., till Fst. n, w Receives Deposits, Loans Money, Issues Drafts. Tiunsaots a Goneral Banking Bust iieas, Locution contra! nnd convenient, F street oars and hcrdlos run tu front qf our door; 0th street ci'rs run a few roils cast of our building; 7th streot and llth stroot daw only two blocks away; H street andl'a.nvo, ears only throe blocks away. B. II, WARNER, President! A. T. BRirroN, Vloe-rresldonti K. H. PA1IKER, Cashier. Dlrootors; Chas. B, Bailey. Win. K. Barker, Alex. T. Brltton, Chas. O, HUticansoli, JoWJoy Edion.Albcrt W Fox, John Ucllerrlll, DonJ. FLelgbtoih llilph'SIbCulloeli, .Crpiby 8. NoyasWi!1 MJ ifiVM lit t, .VOlKIja, KSyoFFtci: r Tin: commksionkks, DIHTltlf T Or" CHI.L'MIIIA, Wasiiisii io)f. Fcb.'lS, Isso.-J-N'otlcr Isl.ereliydventbat on Thurdny, Mnreh 1, ivw, the leaso of tho 1'1-hVU.art and llsli Malls, In tho cities of Washington and (icorRctown, will bojioliUiy public auction for Iho term of one year from March 1, 18SP, as follows: At a o'clock p.m., upon tho premles, -I l'lh Ktnlls In the Unorico liiwif Marke.t Jlruvid tit Iho highest bidder. Terms, cas.h In advance. Also at n o'clock p. m., on the pnnm day on 11 street, but ween Tth iittd Mh sts. n.-ttilrt front olilml'lsli Stalls of ICentre) Washington Market, alt rights and prh lieges granted or allowed bythodaws of tho Corporation of Washington to etabllsh wharves' tirdix'ks flir tlmliihdlilff, oleanlne nml,Fii!oof Hsli In tlio city of Washington, nnd no-)V)iarf prdoek shall bo deemed ella bin unlrs sltuntcd tit somo point on the norm sine oi mo ixiunnau. liner, uoiwron lltliEt,ii.luld1Uist.v.ito.thahlsliestbldder. Terms) Ono hundred dounrs tobo paid on tho Uay of HUfv nnd tho reMdUO to bu paid Within Jlvo days Imm thu day of salo. My order of Iho Hoard of Commissioners, JHstllotof Co. ltimbln. W. II. WKIIII, H. M. WIIKATLIIY, V. W. 1IAYMOX1). Commissioners. Stuseful tebt -s-' Being requisite to healthful, exor1 blso, thousands or woll-known personiigos visit Dlfc WHITE'S establishment. i-llO Penn sylvania avonno.opposltO'WIllara's Hotel, for rallet from cvrns, bjihlon9i,dlscased.nalls and nirdlscasos of tho leot. Dr. White's twenty ninth year of practice In Washington, D. 0. pfllcofeo, $1 a sitting w. o. metzerott a -co:, musiu Dealers liavo nmoved from Penn- ivlvnnla avenuo to their now building, -1110' ;'stn.W.,threo aoors wost of W. II. Moses & Sons.. Oldost and most extonslvo muiia fstaninnment mtiiocity. , 3!T-OKNTLEMEN DKSIHINO TIIEJCOR SS" , recUtylo In FULL DRKSSSlllltrS. TIES, Ot.OVES, VESTS, cto., should call on J r. T. IIAI.UtjUaFstrcctiinrthwost. f 1'. "A. Ilrtl.lj. lfUO.1'- E tr CONFECTIONERY Coiifertlnnerv. Pnrn C.indlot. Cakes. Vint. Nuts, Foreign nnd Domnstlo ltults.at f OEOItaH W. WEIDMAN'S, iiu.1 t-q. aye, s. o. DR.,nUNTETl'S BLOOD PILLS CURI1" nil ItnruiHnna l 'nil tfd'rnrm nnn stages: scrofula, eczema and skin diseases eperdlly cured. Also excellent' for urinary1' hnd kidney dlseasos. Prlco SV. I'or salo at , DiAHuiruiiii a i-uarmaoy, uu anu r , w. jpen an qikd tvjgrl'SOUTHL'HN INVESTMENT. , IN IS' coa, Iron and Timber Lands. I A. E. ItANDI.E begs to call tho special at tention of persons desiring toacqulro-suDh-Iprontrty In Urge' on imall tracts at tho very Jowest prices. Full particulars on-applloa-tlon Address 003 7th' kt. n. w;. Washing ton. D. O. ' llU XTlWltKl'i IK AdmtlfoHtMt Ulultt ttiU iTiffnt. fitlir llnJlnr' Utt, 23 (tnftfor oiit inrtrtioA; W.cciUfor tircK )MrANTED-A CAPAIIIiT. ANU REUAni.E I Tl woman for general housework, nu 1st. frTTANTED-A. NEAT, RELIABLE WHITE V girl as nurse. Apply ut 1303 88th st., lieorgctown. A IV.VI'Unml iTI!l.'VT!rVx,-nnln,l n ftrtll c Lura Smith's great game of"ove.rnors," or Political Euehre. Thero iiro IS Ktftfo Curd-, portraying number ofelcctoral VOtdsf also'ot-. ccllent portraits of the 4a. tliivcrnors, ujvd-l fbotvl'V cards; bearing iiortniitsof Hairlson pnd Morton, Clcvclnnd and.Tliuun.in. .Por trait of Hon. James C ltlalno rjaycd,as ('Joker." Black eanls'aro' Republicans; and Hrumps" wlicn titrndj; red. D6m6cfats. jL'acli imck of M round cornered -mid glazed t'aidslnuijb'ox, clmrgos prepaid, at lOo., or 57.20 pcx.gf.at;.SlM or. $18.00 .Tet(irn)ss;.30o., or $30.00 per gross. Ordorflt,onc0v Men with Svagon loaded with "(lovernons'' can sell ten thgunud,packj during Inauguration Week. , ' l AOENTS' 1IE1UI.D, , ., 70flChetuut.st..r.hllnda.fPa. - -' . OALESMEN-WE WISH A FEW MEN TO h?. sell our coorii bv turn our goods by samples to thowholo-, rotall trade, ?;Iiirgcs; hntnuCrff,ln Encloso a-cont stamp." "Wages' 83 halo and rotall trade hi: bur line. Encloso a-cont stamp." "Wages' 81 tier dnv. Permanent nnsltlon. No imstnls unswcrodT Xtoney iidVuhccd for wagosTad Sertlslng.eto. CENTENNIAL MAN'FU CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. rTirANTED-AOKNTS. TO SELL SOUV1H iVV nlrs Murcli 4; aotlvo men only. Apply Friday and Bnturdayj March 1 and 8, between 10 and 2, at WOOD ROBINSON'S. ,, ,, , .tiOS'llth'st.n.w. ITANTED-TWO BRIGHT AND INTEL I Vt - llgent boys, at once. Call at.toom 8. 1010 Fst after PoVlodk' each day. V. U. AIUlKKMUM & I'O. nirANTED-AJJERjrAN GIRL FOR OENr I TV crallioliscworknnil tonsslstlrrkltbhcu WAXf'-Jt-Jt ZTVA TXOXS. flWVWVAWU(UAWWVW'VWV liluillsmMntevndfrllih had. biii-lMiO.- Utt, 23 ante for one insertion; 50 ante far tliee. rW7ANTED-R8PECTABLB COLORED WO V T man; first-class wnshor and lroner, wants washing at homo or go out day work. Address y,lUlltLkY..71iMHt.. w... - ' I WAKTj:nrjsoi:T.Xs.iXEovn'. AdrtrtUemtntt under thl head, four tines or Use, 23 cents for one Insertion; 50 cents for three. fJ ANTEDOLDLDANrMHLVKIt' 'VV bought tor cash by WM. FRIEDK-' RICH, tho manufacturing Jeweler, 003' 7tU bt.. opp Patent onice.t -. i--r. r ' roii jfrAT !ooj)w..' '' Advertisements under JMs head., foul line or lees, C5 centrfor one tnseftldti: 60 centi for three. 'OJU RENT-BUSINESS1 OR OFFICES) .4 rooms. 2d Uoor: 1 larse.roorrl.,3d lloor. rcar(lCx40). Chronicle. JluHdlhg', .417 llthst: i. wi (PflrhapslnnuguraliaccommodathHis.)- ) FCfll JtEKTXISat:T,T.AJ'i:0'US. I Atliehilteinent unde'MfiUMmtMaiiri line) or. less, 23 cents for one tnsei tlait;.thfefftr K'ceiutl FHORKNT U line rooms, Bt lloor, por monlh.....S7,00, B " " :id " " " ...... 2ft OO S " ' 4th " IK mi r North sldo, betwoon 12th nnd i:tth. . J. B. WIMERt-lilia F,t. u. W. r VOlt NAJ.VMlSlt;hJ..lXi:0VS. A it. Jtla,HJlt ttnrljtt tilo hjiriii ftn 1lnan 'fees, 23 cents for one Insertion; tAceate foi; Aw, fiw'mSEAlVIIORSETpiI.in'ON. yl. harness, whip nud lobo, nil corapletq qnd 9u good ordor; party "leaving tho city and must bo sold at once; horso perfectly gentle; lady or child can drive. Apply at 030 U t..n. iW,, It. 8. WERDEN. ' 1'JUtSOXATu' AdrertUetnents'under this hetid. foitr lines or tees, 25 cents for, one insertion; 60 cents for three. .TItE8S''.CUTTINO' MADE EASY-MjrE. ,1J WjiflilngtoiiV "Drcs Cutting ScuW (Just patented, enables every ono to learn to ,:ut all kinds of garments readily and accu' irately, and she w ill open a school ut 181 F st. on Monday, January 8, where thesystem will ,bo taught and tho scale and a measure book furnished for $0. This exceptionally low fig mo Is named for sixty days only. Persons learning this system nra Immediately placed ,ln a position to enrn good wages. Ladles needing experienced hands can obtain them ut the school at uny time. Paper patterns of skirt, waist and sleovo cut by measmement for ladles at CO cents. JUSTH'S OLD STAND IS THE ONLY plnco whero first-class second-hand cloth ing can bo sold at ruspcotablo prices. Ad dress or call at 010 D st. n..w. i. cuMMiasjtaxJut.i or itvr.ns. CS. BUNir. COM'R OF DEEDS AND'NO . tary I'ubllo, 438 La..ave., opp. City Hall. jti:.ix.j:sTATj:. Ailreitlstuients under this head, four lines or hie, 83 ctnle for one insertion; Kien(for thite, I70R SALE-N. SIDE F ST..1.TH AND ' 13th. Tho host oppoitunlty for mer chants or capitalists to seouro tho finest piece of business property now ofl'orod In this city exists in that grand 7'2-ft. front, plats and lull Information for which will bu gladly furnished by J. B. WIMIilt, 1U1U F st. F OR 8AI.E- ' REAL' ESTATE. bW0R.Mt.TEDT & nHADLUY", 0.7 F stroot. MMIOS. A. MITCHEI.U X Heal Estate Broker, 03 IF stnw, Room 1 Special attention paid to tho oxouaugaof all descriptions of real estate uud personal proii trty, uiinlug stock, etc. BI.SJ, P, DAVIN, REAL ESTATE BROKEIt, 1310 F st, adjoining Sun Biilldln J. Suburban property a specialty, jMii.vjiieiii;if.v, Burnsflno Eoan Ollloo, . 3U1 J'cuo. Ave N, W. Mouev loaned ou Hold nnd Kllvs Wutcbus, Uiuvnoiim, Jowelry.-l'lslols, Guns, LaiWi'uiiil JentliMMi.','.v'-rtn- ApiMrel. ' Hill Hi.1.1 n. UllDuM kmiiit,, . f'Wit1 n vS'TA-nO is l..v. A(1rntUtttntimtltr MM tul,fiufllnior lot, S3 (tntt for out lixtitUon; 60 ctult for thru. pc ORRENIl-UNrURNIHHEO IsllKstnw.Mrs l iffi Jta s n vo n w limiassac, llrs i;w).Massne, lTrs. -. P st n w, 18 rs,'.. ....', , ll&UOthstitw. l.lrs lWJi.stn w, iiii,, , UVH'onnnvc. 11 r.....r. ., litai'navc, 10 rs litfUst u', lflrs..; ; lSCOHthstn w.Orsnnd store lClHJtmtsfii wiirri...... W47lllllycrn'o,!lt-s!.!...' ,. xm.l oVt n w, II rs an'd stalilo.i..... rostnw,-itrs: B1712lhtn w. Mrs, , , lCStlMhstliwtlOfs 1 11.1 N st n w, 11 rs,.., Minsnthstn wlOr...i IMTRstn w, H rs Ml 12th stn w, store nnd dwelling. SOU lllllyrr Plac 0 r... 1CI0 8lst stn w. 10 rs lllSNstn w,10 rs 1801 ot it w,0 rsii...., laiiNHtn w'.H'rs.;., isifl llth stnw, nrs liswirthstn'w.Drs 8038 (1 stnw. 10 rs sa-i mi 10(1 07 , ISO oo , 1S3 00- ..m m i ns no , ioo oo ."I 100 oo ' , 01 07 I . Sill, , K1 ai , 70 Oi) i toooM , 70 00 , 70 00 , 03 00 (WOO 0.1 00 , uooo , oooo i 0000 , 0000 , 3,100 M00 , BO00 , 3000 , wool , ,4i oa SlliTl4tlit n wMO rrf.D.i ... VM80lithst, 10 rs 8111 1 tth stnw, 10. rs,,.,.,. 1MH PWrcn PlaW.'uo'rHWJ. irWlt st n . 10 rsA., ..,'!. 1 100 Ch.ipln st, B rs , lK8Chaplnst,rs 1370 lists w, 11 rs moo lltli stnw, 10 rs 151.1 TtlfstlUV.irrs,... ...... 13CHHthst.il w,rs lMI'.titlmtii.Wi'tl rs..H... 8l81sf!H WV 0 "It 2101st st H w,0 rs Jiillst st swO.rsj... .'.,,. 8181st, sttswirfi-iJ....M '.:: .41001. , 41 07 , 41 C7 . 48 00 , .MOO , 1000 , 40 00 , 40 00 , -WOO , 3J oo:' , 80 00, . 23 00 . 13-0011 . 13 00 , 13 00 13 00 Tlmjiboio housea can, bo examined by per' mlt Irum ourolllco only. THOMAS JnSHKR .t CO., ' ii V st. n. W. ic OR RENT. iWrUllNIiilfED 'llOUSE!,, ,No.20 Iowa Clreli e, 3-story bk, 13 rs. stnblorlhrear... 812.100 No. 1401 HtoughtDn st. :i-storv bk and stonn.Ors.nm I OOOO V.t Unit Htnlltrlif ft,, ut flit..." "Kli- n,l . V " H . ".,m-'-'w.j ,n u.iv, .,.. siouc, rs, u. ui I,, j. ..... ..,..... vo oo' "No. 1 stone, n rs. u m I Kn'MuuEnraif st,ta-story dk una"- 00 00 CO 00 tNp. 1410Stoughtn,t, 3-story bk nnd stone,!) rs, a m I ,..,..,..,.,.,,. No. lllistoilghtoq.st. 3-story bkund storte, 0ri, aml.'...: No. J33 II st s c. a sUirv bk. 10 rs.'a m I-. . GO 00 13 00 No. 019 P st, 5 rs, over store, water, gas, ctc..,..'.,i.-, ,i T.f.ti, No. Oil R st, 3-story bk, 0 rs, u ml 18 00 40 0i) sFURNIHHKn-ROOMS No, 20 Iowa Circle,. 3-story bk;.13.rs, heated by furnace, newly jpaimrcd with paper to match furniture ..$173 00 STORES.' ' No.4fi0Pa nve. 3-storr bk. 8 rs. 23x00 cach.'to alley., .', $111 00 Ncj'or.of Columbia iiud.Pjitrt. 81 00 2llSMst, store and dwg; now 30 00 OFFICES. No. (W.IFslfn'WiSrs. 3d lloor Sti) 00 Np..B83 V st n w, 3 rs.4th lloor 3.1 00 No.'Wi F st n w, 3 rshtft floor 31 oo .''' TA1LES., jii rcnrui ftu, ..juj v sh u pvusiaiis, large Varrlago rm.'eoaclunanl.-iTri, etc, cor of alley and fuclrjK-Sj;i',)if,,,..S10 00 . -jr.iUPAltKEII, Np, UlS.FstreotjiQrUrivcst. homo, $30.00,; "il (iKOVUARllIN;.. ' nill'Pa'.-nVo. 7o 1 I'tut .Lij.hrvxi it ixV. , VkA. 1EA iVL estate bulletin f ; y-mos. JK irAGQAJLVN, WV street. Of Ch'nhgM triad!) Wcdriesdttya aud Saturdays. .TllUEE-ijTQRY,... BUICK .AND. HOUSES FOR SALE. 'ISMMnssnvon.'f h. Bra. r... FRAME ...$710, ,.,. U.500' .... 0,000 ,... 5.600 .... '1,500 .... 1,300 ,... 4,300 .... 4,300 .... 4,000 W Uin w-,-) b,'fr I. ll'rsi, .......... NCnpnnd 1 sis n w, bh, ml, Ors.. 1808 3th stn w, bh, ml, Ors ruooiiisin w, u u, m i, ors 40 K stn w, bh, ml. 12 rs 438 to 413 1 stn W,fb, Ors ,,... 21131'anvenw, bh.'Srs :.., 8811. 28137th st n w. b h. 0 rs , A...U "W.tW, Ujl,flnif,i.M.., ..-,,...,, 1,IAU 1,500 T.WO-HTOIIY BltlCK AND FHAJIK HOUSES TOIP'SALE. . 210 to 28S4 Bdy stn w, b h,;l ?.... 2081 tcssoia Bdy st nV, b h,l rs..f. :$ll),900 i. 13.700 . 11,300 MIUUIU.BI EilUll... a...... ......, J733 to 1741 E st n w. fl rs ,.-...... 701 to 709 Farragut st n w, b h, 8 rs..... 1 to a alley bet 12th and 13th. M nnd N mow 0,000 stsnw , 0,000 1I30tdl15I,B3dstn"W,fh,4rs 0,000 U2320thBtn.w, t )i,,Gr.sund2houics rear., 5,000 18-17 and 1IM0 Madison' st n w, f h, 4 rs, Sbh rear 4,800 820, 831 and 833 28d st n,y,b h.JOr 4,000 UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE. Per foot. lOthst, bctMandNnw 81.73 lMhst.boriaml Muw i.co Tit, bet,14th and ISthn w ".' 1.31 B st:bet 3d and 4t)i a o ,.... 1.83 -llopklnk st.'botO nnd Pn w 1.83 list, bet N.II'avo and 83th n w 1.83 Massavc, bet'DM-avoand Istst ne 1.00 3d st tact N nnd O n w'. 73n N.ecorN JiaTo,tiu4i;!etn.1v,.. too ,5th'st! hot Va'uveUud G st 8e.7 30u HOUHES'FOU KENT. -, -..- , , ivriiiunui, l!489unjl 2I31JJ St HWflrs.. .,..., .....81(1 50 illoaDstsf,7rt) 13 00 .Myrtlestne,rr8,,..t.-i,..v.ii. ...... in.oo iusiuiriy, ars-.Mi-M.i. rtMf.',.w,T3 w i.sin w, a m;. ,,... "..-.,...,.) i., 'li 40 toa st n w, 0 nhJmtf nrviArl ;IA i st s w.ajMrmuMiY,Vfiv:;i'.iiSo Bt.n o, (V,V4Jil!te JlVi..T,,V-VtToo ..a. I A tl'.Ull I If 4l111AiJ.UniV. J.l. fl .laucini M31 10th l 381 lststn 030. alley., bet E 4.Ta0t)lKt'HW.B1rslV..-..-.I.vjlV.l';j'."J!' 12 30 ,11200 OBt'B o'.o rs., J-ACs.vaV,'.-WUr.. is 80 10 30 10 30 iaoTtnnklla st n-,-3 rs looo l (loatnllcvp.w ;4rs 8 00 1. rear 1811 DBt.4rs 7 00 .1.-).- Ill III 837and839 8dstso,4rs. -. 0 00 Rear 1089 3d stn W,ars... ,,.. 3 00 1 back room, 8d lloor, 1637 Lstnw 300 REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT. Safe as U; S. bonds, 0 per cont., payablo quarterly;.ln sum 81,09'to $t,00mal( pre mium charged. . . ' .J ,.T , . ilOANS, l '; ' In sums to suit at fl'pc'rcnl.' ThcaboVo Is only a portion of the property on my books, Fr full list call at office for bulletin, issued on tllo 1st .and l5Ui. ' jiDVCA'VlOXAX, ' Georgetown University. 'Department of"A1tsahdSci-' onpne OEOIiOETOWN COCLEQB. UIll.Ct l'aundcd 1789. Colleglato and I'reparatory Courses. Tkisms: Day Soholavs, $50 per J umi Half boarders, $10u. Boardurs, $300. Apply to the. President, J.i H AVEN.1 RICUARDS, 8. .1. Medical Department '-OT' MEDICAL HCHOOL, 080 II street 11, w. Es tablished 1831. Apply to 0, L. MAtlltUDER, M. 11., Dean, SlSA'ermont avcnuo n. w. Law Departmentx-vx": SCHOOL, Corner Sixth nnd F streets, li. w. Established, 18T0. iiplyia. S.'Jtf YEAT.MAN, Secretary. REV. J. HAVENS RICHARDS, S. J., in: v to h. riWNNER'S STENOGRAPHIC AND TYPE X WRITING BUREAU, Condiiuted Personally by HUDSON C. TANNER, tLato Chief Stenographer, Now York Stato Legislature) und Supreme Court. No. 1313 F Street (bun BnlldlngO E-tpeit Wiorthand and Typewriting Work Solicited at tho Usual Rates. STUDENTS In hhorthnnd nndTyioviltlng lecelved at any time. Stenographers furnished business men. Circulars. Telephone Call U77-2. SPENCERIAN BUSINESS COLLEGE, COR. 7th and 1 sts. n, w. Founded 1801. Iai cation central; coinmoillous halls; upixilnt incuts complete More than 60.000 young men nnd women havo been trained for bunlness In ,tlio bpcncerlun Colleges of America'. Day and night sessions. Tuition feu moderate. Five 'coures: Business Course, Shoit baud nnd Typel writing, Practical Eiigllsli, Spencer's Rapid Writing, Reading uud Orutoiy, Delsnitu method. Business men furnlshwl with pom petentemplo)es, llliHtintedaiinyuncoinonts free. 8A1IA A. SPENCER, Vlco-l'rluelp.il. HENRY C. SPENCER, I.I.. B Prlnclpal. mi!E BERLITZ SCHOOL OF IANOUAGES. TERMS BEGIN NOW. 781 llth street noithwoat. MISS BAI.CIPH CIVIL SERVICE INSTI TUTE JVNI1 BUSINESS SCHOOL, 1207 loth st. n, w. Open nil tho year, Pupils pro pared for all examinations. MT VKRNON'sEMiNARY.llOO, lioiTllOO, 1110 M st nud 1188 llth st Boarding nud Day School for young ladles and llttlo girls, Fourteenth year opens Wednesday. Qotobor 3, for reception of boarding pupils; Thursday, October 4,'forrcceptloii'of Javimplls. MHH..K. J. hOMERS. Principal. mi i, iiiiiiii' i' !. 1083 apU 108KH cap:)t:,.w6.riir!iT.-.... 131 bhotralloy, lmt;il iind'vlsVund 2d ' stsnora.r.,.'...l.V.ftr., i4i im .i nvn r nn rw. 1'QH HAT.iii'wtrsiis,- Aitnt!tMht tinttr tlti htntt. fnupllntM A. Un, 23 rtnttfor one Inttrtlcn; DO ctnttfor thtte. IT-.IIANK B. tONtlEH. ! 1113 I' Street hovm:8 for sale-n. w. heotion. . Masiiihuettsnve,, Stsl.HXI, $33,000, $13,000, S'o.tco, tM.rro, $83,(i. i Connecticut au' $33,000, Jlfl.ODO. $8i,0C0, Si7,rto. Vermont nvo S3-i,w'. f 8H,w. Ithodu Island nvr SJW.ooo, $10,000, $88,000. 10th street, Jioo.roo, $T3,000, $37,s). 1ft li street, isum siren, .vi,iu K street. S3I.0T0. nt. t, ,. h...s M street, Itvi.om. J to.ooo, $10,000, N street, $MI,(T0, $.15,000, $17.000, 818,000. . P street, f ii.oroj $8,000, $700. street Jao.OOO. Illllyer Place, $18,000. Now llninpslilrn nve. nnd 23th st $0,000. Houses under $80,000 audunlmprovcd prop erty In nil parts of tho city. FRANK B. CONGER, ; r 1415 F street. fpoii haVk-1'inr" RESIDENCE-THE C handsomest corner now for salo, on Mkss.avoJ. In tho Imtncdlato vicinity of the elegant, homo Just secured by the Vli'e-PrcIdcnt-clect. . Also, elegant, residence on Highland Tec &ace; spaciousi location unsurpassed con' itlon exceptionally lino. J. B. WIMEIt,. , 13 Kl F St. fJWR SALK-SEVKRAL BEAUTIFUI. NEW UL U-ronm houses, with batn, rangp,,etu in tbo nmtlrwcrt; near 0th and ,7th st. cars; price only$a,fiOO oah; terms, $300 oash, bal hrtco $SO per month. Also on Clovolhnd avet llrs. for. $'2,:iU. On K,'bct.ltl(h nnd 17th its...... O.OOO' " Ust, bctinthnnd 10th ets O.r.oo " inth. bet T ami IT st 7.IS00.' 1 " 13Ui,,bct.Pand().stB , (l.COO I" U.hetllUhandlUhBts.wltlistablO 7,000 " lionndnry, nenr llth st, now house. 3,000 ' Marlon st, bet (Itlf.nnd 711. n t. 1,230 1 APldy to J. W. P. MYERS A SON, t - 1JM) NawiYork aVo. J'Ull NAT.rl.OTS. y - - s rs ssS'-s'ssssS'.r.r rs Advertisements under this head, four lines or .. ... .. ..-- i j ' ,, ....j: .a ?.... j.-.: ... : jceiuejur one tiwi Hon; .wcemsjor inreet fipfljl f)AJ.E--COItNEf(, LOTrf-CHOIOE-113 2l!.t am( It sts., JSlh st.jind Now Hamp t i sv. ir e- -- -'i-r oo6d rait n. w., -l.'lxlin, which I can sell ut llgnro to make profitable Investment to imimcr or capitalist tor row or nouses. ' Also l! lots, ono at S3.700. ond nt S3.K00. In sumn pquaro with Jiidgo IllllyeT'a olegantMassa- rnuseiis avo. rtsiueuce. J. li. wi.Miiii, iuiu jioxr.v to j.oax: Advertisements under this' head,' fbm'JlMt or ess, 83 cents for one Insci flov-50 cent for thite. flVTONEY TO LOAN !TJL In sums to milt' on Approved ileal Estate; Security. II. 11. WARNER A CO., 010 F st. n. w. f ONEY TO LOAN In sums to suit at lowest ruies on approval real osinio security, H.C. HILL, cor. 8th and F sts. TVfONKY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT U'J- lowest rates on npprovrd real estate security. A. TY COUM1IE. 1 lay. Y. avo. ItOTXr.S AXI ItEStA mtAXTH. HARRIS Htl3EAniRfcAN PLAN $8.50 and $3 pcf dnr.l'a. nvo., bet. 13th and 14th strcots; special rates to parties and permanent gnosis, ' milK NORMANDIE, Corner )5th ana I siroota northwest, Opposlto JlcPliorson Square. II. M.' CAKK. Proprietor. Tq OTEL CHAMBERLIN, MoPhorson Square. .FOIl'L'ADIItS' AND' GENTLEMEN. TUEUIOST EXQUISITE CUISINE IN WASH- , INQTON. firrargemcnts can'bo'mado tor RECEPTIONS, DINNKRiAND THEATRE' PARTIES. ' , , . I Wlncs.'I.lquors and Cordials by Iho bottle or case. rttTILLAnb HOTEIJ, VY WAsumqroN.D.o. 0. 0. STAPLES, Into of Thousand 1st. Houso, '' Proprietor. rtUIK OLAJlBNPONt-' (X 1-lOi N. Y. AVE., COR. 1 1TII ST. l'ernraucnt ond.tronstont guests aooommodn- ted. Modern Improvements,. I Cars toall parts of tho city pass tho 'door. I MR8. jr. J. COLLEY; Proprietress. tVJ ELCKER'S HOTKL. VV WASHINGTON, D. C. I EUROPEANTEAN. , ROOMS, EN SUITE AND SINGLE. I During tho past summer' a' new addition lias been crcetcd containing tho most luxii- lous restaurant rooms In tbo city no204Hn TH. FELTEll. Prop. WlUE ARLINGTON, IX AtiUlKTANDELEGANTHOTEU 1 Vermont Avenue.- T. E". ROESSLE, i Proprietor. mnKiiuiiiixT. I Washington, d. o Army, and NV)' Headquarters. ' Four Iron .Fire Es'aapes. i TRMS-ia.oo'ana 81.00 ror May'.. I ''til',. ' GltSlSY UOUSK, EUROPEAN PLAX Cor1, Broadvay and Twenty-Nlnth St;; NEW" Yl-RKl CITY. JAMKS II. llRESr.IN, Pfoprletor. PI, JAMKS UOTKS, P EUHOPZAN PLAN, SIXTH STREET ANl) PKNNA. AVE., ! L WOODBURY. Proprietor. 1 ' I ll'OOIi AXV GOAT,. V. Baldwin Johnson Wholesale and Retail Dealer In 7"ofc(3- . Ooal. lAnd the Waslililgtoll Gas Co.'s Coke. Cnm'tiltito Vaollltles. Bottom Prloos Wiiii weipnv anu Aieaiure., oodasd Coal direct from tho forests and ---' -,.,, ,,,--.ivi . .---r:r mines by rail and water; and froa froinsla,;, piuiv uiu uiuor impuniies. GIVE ME A TRIAL; Main Yard and Office. 1101 R.I. ave. n. t. Branch " " Ml A at. a. o. Branch," " 510 -1)6 st. s. w. Branch office for orders, corner Tentd and I sts., n. w. Branch, ofiico for orders, oornor 13tU aud M At A D 7 All co'nnooted by telephone. j'jiorr.sroxs. S, L. V iLurr. B. U. Uwtkhe, CIRCLE MARKET. Vermont nve. nnd I.st. n, w. Cholco Groceries, Meats and Provisions. Tbo Bost Goods at tbo Lowest l'rlcos. Marketing delivered free. ,o ntrxTTxa. rpiIOMAB McGILL & CO., JL (Successors to MoGUlA Wltberow), PRINTERS AND STEREOTYPEH3, 1107 E street n. w., Washington, D. 0. GOOD WORK AT FAIR PRICES. arATioxnur. RIDER & ADDISON, Wholosalo and Retail Doaleralu PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY, 31 Klchtli St. N. Y near 1'a, Ave. Orders or rcquosts tor quotations glvon tinmuniuiiuuiiuii. uiiu hl teed )n prlco uud quality, .t rrouxi: vs-at-la ir. riAMl'BKLL CARRINGTON, Attomey-at-Law, .'03 D street northwest, Washington, D. O, Webster Law Building, Residence, 1218 II direct northwest, Jixo vjtsmxs. MOUNT VERNONI MOUNT VERNONI MOUNT VERNON I STEAMER W., W, COIlCOttAN I.eavctt7th-starfpdaexcoj.ts.ndr)fop JMItllh,lH, Tlie Orcaf IVmifiylvauiir Itouto To the Notth, West aiH Southwest. Doublo Track, Sp'. iiilld Scenery. fctccl Halls. Magnlflccnl Equlpirent , in i;rrirr rr.nm.Mnv 21, INfO. Trains leavo Waslilngtoii from stntlnn, cor ' ncr of Sixth nnd B streets, ns f(.IHiwi i InnPiTTsiii'iiu and tho West, Cbk'iigo Lhn- , led Express of Pullman Vestibule I Cms nt .ro n. m. dally; Fast Line, ll.non. tn. ilnllv to llnclnnntlnndSt Louis, Willi Sleeping ''ars rrom Pittsburg to Cincinnati and Ilarrrsbilrg ' to St. Louis; dully, except" Saturtlay, to Clip ago, with Sleeping CiirAltoona toChleagii, Western Express nt7.40 p, m dally, with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago nnd St, I I.nufs, connecting dally nt ltntrlsbtirg with i tbrnngh Hlcepersfor LouIMIlleiind Jlemphls. ' Pacldo Express) looopjn.dally for Pittsburg hnd tho w est, with through sleeper to Pitts burg, nnd Pittsburg to Chlcngo. I BALTIMORE AND POTOMAU RAILROAD, ' Fpn Eiiik, CNANnAicitiA nnd Rochester dally; for Buffalo and Niagara dally, oxcept I Saturday, 10.00 p. m., with sleeping Ciir Wash ington to Rochester. Foil WiLiiAMfront, Lock llnrcn and i:i tnlra, at 9.50, a. m. dally, oxcept Sunday. Fon Nr.w Youk and tha East, 7.20,0.00, 11.00, and 11.40 a.m.; 8.10,4,10,10.00 and 11.80 p. m. On Sunday, D 00, 11.40 a. m.; 8.10, 4,10, 10,00 nnd 11.20 p.m. Limited Express of Fttllmnn.Piir. lorCnrs, 0.40 a, 111. dally, except Sunday, and 3.45 p. m. dally, with Dining Car. j-011 jiosTON witiioui ciiange, 2,10 p. m, every day, Fon Brooklyn, N. Y.. all through trains eebneet nt Jersey City with boat of Brooklyn Annex, nffordlng direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding doubto ferrlngo ucrOss Now York f'lty. . Foil I'liltAlirLl'iilA, 7.20, 8.10, 0.00, 11.00 and 11.40 n. m., 8.10. 1.10,0 00, H.10, 10.00 and 11.80 p.m. On Sunday, 0.00, 11,10 a.m., 8J0, 1.10, BXO. H.10. 10.00 and 11.20 n. m. I.lmll.-d 1:. press, all Parlor Cars, n.lfl a. m. week days, and 3 43 p. m. dally, with Dining Cars. Fdii AtIJntio City, 11.00nnd JEHfo. WITK IIU)S. , Foil IlAI.Tlvollf, 0.33, 7.20,8,10, 11.00, 0.10,0.30, 11.00 and 11.10 11. m., into, 2.10, 3.41, 1.10, 1.20, 4.40,0 00,7.10, 8.10, 10.00 and 11.20p.m. ()n Sunday, O.COll.03. 0.30. ll.nia. m 2.10, 3.13, 4.10. 0 CO, 7.10, 8.10, 10.00 and 11 20p. m. Fon Port's Crick Link, 7.20 n. m. nnd 1. 10 p. m. dally, except Sunday, FoiiAnnai'iiiio, 7.80 nnd OOOii. in., 18.0.1 and 4.40 p. in. dally, except f-nndny, simitars, O.COu.m., 4.10 p.m. ALEXANDRIA AND FIIEDEIIICKSBURG RAILWAYS AN11 ALEXANDRIA AND WASHINGTON RAILROAD. Foil Aj.KXAj.nuiA, 4.30, 0.33, 7J13, 8.10, 0.13, 10.57 o. in. j18 01 noon; 8.03, 8.40, 4.8.V3.0O, 0 1)1, 8X5; 10.03 and ir.37p. m. t)iisnndirync4.W), 9.13, 10.57 a.m BJO, 0.01, 8 03 and iu.03 p. m. Accommodation for (juantlco, 7.83 a. m. and 6X0 p. m. week days. Fon Riciimonii nnd the South, 1 30, 10.37 n. m. dally, and 3.10 p. m. dally, oxcept Sunday. j iiainsu ave Alexandria for Washington. 6.03, 7.05, 8 00, 0.10, -10.1111.07 a. in., 1.80, 3.00,3.81,8.10,0 30, 7.03, 98,110. li unit 11X)1 p. 'oiiiimv vnnlu.,aTrjuoy.aiul at tho station. wh-re ordfi'selinnoleft'forthecheolclngQLbaggago hi ucsiinnunn irom uoieis una iesiucnees. CIIAS. .'. l'UGH, J. It. WOOD, Gcnernl Jtunngcr. General Passenger Agent Baltlmdro'anU 0hlr Pnllrbad. Schcdulo In effect Deo. 0, 1889. Leave Washington from station corner of Now Jocy avcnuo and 0 streot Fon Chicago and Northwest, Vcstlbulod Limited express dally 8.53 a. m., oxprcss 0.03 p. m. F011 Cincinnati, Indianapolis and St. Louis, express dally 3.00 und 11.10 p. tn. . Ion PiTTsaumunnd Clovoland,.VostlbuIod Limited express dally 8.55 a. tn. nnd oxpruss 9.05 p.'JU, ' Foii'Ltxinoton and Local Stations. tIO.10 am. Fon BALTiMonr. week days, 3.00, 0.30. O.JO. 7.80, &!. 0.43. 11.00 (45-minuto trulnl-n. in., 18.10. 2 03. 3.15, (13-mInuto train), 3.83. 4.30, 4.35,5.30,0.43.7.30.0.43 and 11.30 p.m. Sun days, 0 50, 8.30, 0.43 a. m 1.15, 803, 3.83. 4.S0, 4.85. 0.45, 7.30, 0.41 and lLlOp.m. Fob, Wat .Stations betweori Washington and B41timore, 5.00 0. 10; 8 30 a.'iri., 13.10, 3.83, 4.35, 0.45, 11 30 p. m. On Sundays, 8.30 a. m., 1.15, 3.25, 4.83,11.45, 11.30p.m. Tiiains lavk Baltimore for Washington nt 5.10, 0A"0. O.iO, 7.20, 8.00 (45-mlnuto trnln), 0.00, 9.05, 10.80 (43-mlnuto 'train) ne ml2.l5,-B.O0; 3.00, 4ll0, 6 CO, 0 00, 0.3O, 8.00, 10.00 and 11.00 pi m. Oh Sundays, 5.10, 0.S0, 8.00. 10.00; 9.0 10 40 aTta.; 1.15, 2.00, 4.10, 5.00, 0.30, 8.00 10.00 andll.00p.in. Fon ANNAro'tis, 0.40 and 8.30 a. m 13.10 and 4 35 p. m. On Sundays, 8 80 n. m., 4 33 p. m. Leave Annapoll3-0.40(8Ji7-n.sm.-, 12.03, 4.10 p.m. Sundays, 8.37 a; m., 4.10 p. id. , Fon Stations on 'tho. M0troiolttai Branch, 10.35. Sip.10 a. m J1.15 p. in., for principal stntlonsonly; 110,10, a.- m., t4.S3 and 3.30 p. m. . Fon GAiTiirusni'iia and Intormodlato points, fo.oo a. m.. tl2.so, 4 40. 'Sits, -ti 1.20 p. m. Fon Barn's and Intermediate stations, T7.00 p. m SIO.OO p.m. CnuuouTiuin, leave Washington on Sun day at 1.15 p. in., slopping at all stations on Metropolitan Branch.' Fon FncuEiucK, 110,10 a.m., T4.33 and tS.SO p. m. Sundays, -1.15 p. nu. Fon Haorhstown. tIO.io a. m. and 15, V) p.m. Tiiains amuve from Chicago d illy 8.3J a. in. and 9.33 p. m.; from Cincinnati and St. Louis dally 0 80 a.m. and 1.55p.m.; from PitrbiirgrS5 otfm:, ir.so-nd !) as p. m. PIHLADSLVHIA DIVIblON. FonriilrjnEt.tnrri and Wllmtnirton. dallv. 8.15 a.m., 2.05, 4.80 and 11.30 p. m. Buffet Parlor Cars, on the 8.15 a. m. and 4.80 p. m. trains. Mceplngs Cars on tho 11.30 p. m., open ,at 9.00 p.m. Fon iiiTXBMiniUTETOUlTsibetiT'cen B<l-i more nud Philadelphia, 0J0 a. m ,.f2.05 and t4.30 p m. , Tiiaikb leave Philadelphia for Wasldngton, dally, 8.30, 11.00 a. in.', 4.50, 7.00 l. in. und 18.03 eight, t Except Sunday. 'Dally. (Suuday only.-1 Bnggago called for-and.ohooked nt hotels and residences on. orders left at ticket offices, Ulu and 1US1 Pennsylvania avcnuo. wVm;' Clements.' cilis.o. scull. Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Ant. Chesapeake and Ohio Route. Schcdulo In effect FEBRUARY 20, 1889. Trains Icavo Union Depot, CthnndB streets. 10.57 A. M. For Newport News, Old. Point Comfort nnd Norfolk dally. Arrlvo In Old Point at 8 35 p. m. and Norfolk at 7.00 p.m. Through parlor cars to Old Polut, Comfort lltflAcJ-Fqritutidnon tho Chesancnko id Ohio n'Ylridn'aiW'est Virginia and Ron- uuuuuiu 11 1 iiKi'liu, -Ob fiiumiuuiiunvu' tucky dally. Sleeping cars Washington tc Charlottesville nnd'Chnilottsvlllo to Clnclll nntl. Sunday train runs only to Clifton Forge. 8:S0i r. M-Fast Wosteru, Express dally, Solid .train; with Pullman Bunct Sleeping Cars to Louisville; Pullman snrvlco to Cincin nati, bt, Louis, Memphis nud Now Orleans. Ofllt'e, 813 Pennsylvania avcnuo. II. W. FULLER, (cn. Pans. Agent. FORTY MILLIONS of Artificial Teeth Manufactured In .this country alono last year show the need of tho mr&$rf$$8&!L4$$b Which has proved Itself to bo a PERFECT POLISHER, CLEANSER AND PHE3ERVA-1 TIVE, without tho Irritation of tho Gums, and scratching of the Enainol known to bo caused by bristles. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. NOTICE IS HEREBY G1VKNTO ALL PER sons residing within the city limits of Washington and Georgetown, and who are not owners nor care to bo, nor havo any de slro to become occupants of lots or part of n lot In any cemetery of said city, that Bishop's Reliable Cough Cure will surely cure Coughs and Colds and prevent Consumption nnd pro mature death. Price, only 23 cents. All drug gists sell It. LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT OPMEAT Finest and Cheapest Meat Flavouring Stock for Soups, .Made Dishes and Sauces, As Beef Tea, "1111 Invaluable tonic." Annual sale, 8,000,000 Jnrs. .-n ,',- A kr J yx7iHSN,fcv - ! 0t-3rjlsSt . T '.'mji Vkisr iP'r GENUINE ONLY WITH FACSIMILE OF JUSTUS VON VEIBIG'S blGNATUlll'. IN BLUE ACKOSS-LABEL. Sold by Storekeepers, Grocers and Drug gists. LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT CO., Limited, London VXOVIIVAKVUS. T WILLIAM LEE (Successor to Henry Leo's Sous), -TT1TD 7.-.XJ-032 PENN. AVENUE N, W., South Side. Braneli oDIce, -108 Maryland avo, s. w. - ' ' ' ' 1 " UGUST DURODORP, in. ijunununy niv.iunuu li. or a. m., 8.ou, B'10, 7.05, 9.38 and 10. p, m. , . Tickets BfidlnrpruWflirat.the oftlee.jiorth CilSt corner of Thirteenth strepf nnil 1.im..vf. 1 ..lti '' m -1, iinB iin ii jfjyWM 1 1 lU-ttf-rtw-f. , jfiy roiuilniunu unuBiiiAMiii, The TitAvbi3Rs Guide. IViijhUiIiI'iIoiiiH or KJrttluirl Hi ''nnit 1 Out uf Vnililiistoii. Ilepurtiirrs I'riini II. mill V. Nliillim. For Boston-20 p. in., dally (without ehlinpn of i-iiri.) For New York-7:20, 9.00. 0.10 (limited). 10X0, 11:10 a.m., 8.00, 1:10, 8:10, 10.00, h-jo p.m. on siindnys, O.oo. 11:10 11. m 200, HIP, 10X0, lls.1) p. m. Congressional lim it! d express of Ptillmnn parlor and dining enrs. daily 111 uhi p. m. For PhlliideHihlii-7:80, H:10,0:0n, 11:00, 11:10 n. ' in.,8.-i, 1:10, (Wi, 8:10,10.00 nnd ll0p. m. 1 on Sundays. 9i, 11:10 a.m.. 2.1X1, 1:10, Mm, 8:10. 10.00 and IL-ynp. m. Limited express parlor and dining ears, 9:10a. m, weekdays, ' and 3:13 p, in, dally. ! Forllaltlmore-O-ai, 7r80, 8:10, 9.-O0, 0:W (lim ited), tlJV. 11.00 iind 11:10 a. in., 18.-03, SOO.ii 3:1.1 (CongiessMial llinlled), 1:10, I5.U -l:M 000,7:40,8:10, 1000, ll:80p, in. on Sundays, I 9.00, 9.03, 9h10, 11:10 a.m., 8-00. 3:11 (Congres- I sionni nmiieii;, i:iu, u.ou, ,:hi,b:im, iu.ou ami 11.-80p.ni. For Chicago, Cincinnati nnd St. Louis 9 JO n. m, (limited express nnd fast lino), 7:10 and lO.-oop. m.,nlldally. For Erie, Caiinndalgua, Rochester, Buffalo, Nlagnra-lOM) p, in. dnlly except Sunday, with palace ears to Rochester. or Wllllamsport, Lock Haven nnd Elmlra 9.50 iwm. dally except Sunday. For Annapolis 7S0and 9.00 a. m.. 12 03, 1:10 p. tn. On Mlndn. 0.0(1 n. m. nnd 1:10 n. m. For Popo's Creek Line 7:80 n. m. nnd 1:10 p. m. dally except Sunday. orAlcxandrln-4S, 0,il, 7:83, 8:10, 9:11,10:37 n. m 12.01, sB, 8: 10. 4rJ3,fi'OU, 001, (JsVi, 10.0.1, 11S17 p. m. On Sundays, 4:30, 9:13, 10:37 n. m., 2.30, 0:01,8:03, 10 Olp.m. Accommodntlon for Ouantlco 7:85 n. tn., 6.00 p. m. week days only. For Richmond nnd tho South 1-10, 10,17 n. in. dally nnd 3: 10 p. in. dally oxcept Sunday. Fast express for Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Louis ln Charlottevlllo andchesapcako and Ohio Hallway 8.30 p. in. dally. For local stations on Chesapeaki! and Ohio to nnd Including Cincinnati llr-M a. in dally except Sunday. For Fort Monroe, Newport News nnd Norfolk 10-17 a. m. ially. For Lynchburg. Bristol. Montgomery nnd New Orleans 8 30 n. in. dally. For Lynchburg, Bristol, Cnattnnqoga, Nash ville nnd Meinphls-0;11 p.'m, dally. 1 For I.jnehburg, Raleigh, Atlanta, Aiken, Montgomery und New Orleans 11:31 n. in, and 11:00 p. in. dally. For Manassas, Strasbnrg and way -2:30 p. m, dally uxcept Sundny. For Lecsbnrg, Round Hill and points on Washington, Ohio and Western Riiilro.ul II 11, in. 'dally oxcept biinday und 1:43p.m. dally. Arrlsnls at II. und 1'. Stntloii. From Boston 10:13 n. m. dally. Fiom7ew York and Plillndelphla 1:10, 8-00 and 10:13 n.m., 8:13, 3:10, 4-00 (limited), 0:18 (limited) and 10:3.1 p. m. dally, 1:18, 8:10 nnd 8:30 p. m. dnlly except Sunday, ltom Bnltlinore-lilO, 0-30, SOT, 8A1. 8:13, 9A1, 10:1.1," 11:10 n. m 1:12, 8:13, 3rt0, l.oo (llmlteil), BiS. 0:M), 7OT, 8:10,8:30, 0:13 (Congrusiilonnl limited) and 10-W p. m. On Sundays, l;io, 600, 8.00, tl-tl. 10:4.1, 11:10 n. in., 8:13, 3:10, 833. 8-10, 9:13 (Congressional limited), 10-Jj p, m. l"rnm Annipolls 800 a. tn., 1:43, fi- p. in. On Sundays, 8A1p.mj l'rom Niagara Fulls, Buffalo, Elmlra nnd Hnr- rlsburg Dally 9.&1 11, in. and 0:30 a. in. dally except Sunday, From Pope's Creek Lino 8:33 n. m."wock days only and 5:50 n. m. dally. From Richmond and thu South 11:21 n. rn., 3:40 nnd 110 p. in. On Sundays, 11:31 a-, m! and ll:oop.m. From Chicago and Pittsburg 0:30, 0-13 a. m., 5.55, 8:10 p.m. All dally. From St. Louis 0:30 a. m. dally. From Aloxandrla-023, 7s!3, 8:80, 0.11, 10A1, 11SM u. m., 1:10, 3), 3:40, 5'30, O-'O. 7.-8.1, VM, 113J0, llsli p. in. On Sundays, 0:T0, llfll.a. m 8.20, 6:30, 7:85, 0:58, 11:00 p, in. From Cincinnati, Loulsvlllo and Stl Louis 'via Chesapeako nnd Ohio Route 9:10 t. 'm. dally. From Cincinnati and wuy, 3:10 p. m. dally except, Sunday. From Old Point. Comfort, Newport News and Norfolk-3:lo p. m. dally oxcept Sunday, 11:80 p.m. dally. From Lynchburg, Bristol, Memphis, Mont gomery and New Orleans 11:11 a. in. dally. From Jlemphls, Nashville, Bristol and'Lyneli- burg 9:10 p. m. dully. . From Lynchburg, Raleigh, Aiken, Atlanta, Montgomciy and Now Orleans 7.00 a.m. and 7:13 p. in. dnlly, Trom Manassas, Strasbug and Wuy 10:15 a. in. dally except tiundny, . From Lcii.burg, Round lllllahd Points onrY. nnd O. It, R. 8.30 a.m. dally nnd 3.59 p. in. dally except Sunday. Dcimrttiri'V From 11. and O. "Station For Baltlmoro-5.00, 0:30, 0:10, 7:30,8-30,9:11, 11KX) a. m.(45-mlnuto.traln); 13:10,. 8-05, 3:11 (45-mlnuto trnln), 3:83, 4:-W,-'433, .5:30, 0:11, 7.80, 0:15 nnd'HSX! p. m. On, Sundays, 0-30, 8-'!0, 9:41 a.m.; 1:15, 8.0.1, 3:23, 4S, 4iX, 0:13, 7:30, 0:1.1 and lim a, m. Tor Phlladclphla-o:30, 8:15 a. m. (limited); 2:05. t?M (limited) and 11:10 p. m. All dally. Tor Chicago and Pittsburg 8:35-a. m. (lim ited) and 9K)5 psm., dally. For Clnilnuntl and St, Louis and Indlanap-olls-3.00 nml 11:10 p.m., dally. For Apnopolls-JhlP, 8-30 a.m.; 12:10 nnd 43 Vttn, , On Sundays, 8sw a. m. anpt 4S p. m. For Galthersburg and Way 91 a. m.; 180 4:40,5:33, 70'nnd UsM p. m. On Sundays, 10:10 a. m.: train stops at all stations on Met ropolitan Branch; and BS3 p. in. ta Galthers burg only, dally. For Washington Junction ntid Prinoipal Sta' tlons'on Metronolltiin'llninfcb 10:10 n. m. dally. On Minilays .stops at all stUtlons. biindny train 1U5 p. m. For Boyd's and W ay 7XO p. m, week days, and on Sundays at 10:00 p. m. For Lexington and Valley 10:10 a. irr. week oays, uniiun'OununyB at jo:iu p. m. 10 Har per's Ferry only, For Frederick and Way lira p. m. week days, aud on Sundays at 1:13 p. 111. Arrivals nt II. nnil O. Station. From BalUmorc-12:15.0O.7a0.8:10,8iW,8:t3, 10:00, 10-35; 11:15, 11:30 a.m.: 1S50, 2:50, 430, 6:13, 0:35, 7:10, BW, 8A5and ll)p.m. On Sunduys 12:15, 0J, 8:10, 8:13, 10:00; 10:35, 1100 n.m:.2-40,'8), 5:13, 0-3B, BOO. UM,M $0 p. m. From Phliadelphla-0-30 11:30, u.in.: 2aor8J3, andllKiOp. m. All dally. From Chicago aud Pittsburg 8-35 tt. m and 9.35 p. m dally. From Pittsburg, Grafton nnd Frcdcrlok 7SJ0n. m. week days und on Sundays from Grafton only. , From Cincinnati' and St, Louts CS0 a. m., nudl:55. p.m., dally. From Annnpolls-S.lO, 10.O0, 10A1 a.mlSO, 0-35 p. m. On Sundays 10:00 and 10A1 a. m and 0:35 p. m. From Galthersburg and way 7;10, 11:25 a. m.; 2.M, 7:10 and 10:20 p. m. On Sunday 8 p. in. From Washington Junction and way 8.23 a. m., nnd 4.05 p.m., dnlly oxcept Sunday, From Bojd's nnd way 8:80 a. m. week days only, and 10.83 a. m. Sundays only, l'rom Lexington nnd Valley 4:15 p. ra., but on bundnys Srom Harper's Ferry only. From' Frederick and way 833 n. m.'dally. HOME SMAItT ItllPOHTEltS. I'euts Accomplished lly I.ninl Knights nf the Pen. AViiBliingtoii, like other large cities hns Us smnrt newspaper reporters, unyu nNcvrYork Star correspondent, news gatlicrers, who somoilmcs get nhcad of Congress, tlio Cabinet und tho President himself. One of these wn; the Into Z. L. White, who, nt tlio time of his fatal Illness, was doing fccleutlllc work for Science nt tho rate of $25 per week. It Is relntcd of him Unit ho discovered tho provisions of it t.ccret treaty being dis cussed in t'.xecutivo Mission nnd pub lished it to the world tho next tiny. IIo just went down Into n room beuenth thu Bciiuto Chamber nnd stood by thu sido of n hot-uir pipe', which brought him nil that was sniil nnd of which ho mado notes. That pneumatic tubo sourro of liifoimntiou hns since been cut off. For a long timo thero was In this city 11 young KnglMi reporter, who took special delight In willing thu most fool ish ftml improbable stories nbout Mis, Cleveland's dog Hector, Ho claimed to havo been present at tho celebrated im promptu meeting of clergymen in New York, who wished to "call on Mr. lllaine, of which tholtcv. Dr. ltuirlinrd was Hindu tho spokesman, Ho asvei ted Unit us soon as iu heard thu fatal words, "Hum, Itomaiilsm and Ilcbelllon," ho rushed out of tlio room and gave them to tho woild. Tho re poiteis who were stupid enough lo re main were requeued to say nothing nbout tho lluielinrd speech. On thu strength of this "scoop" ho came to Washington and asked tho Administra tion lo give htm a good nppolntment which ho never got. Another u'lioiter for a big mcllopol itaii daily claims that not long ago he spent threo weeks Interviewing tho Mi'inbeis of Congioss upon a certain topic. He says lie did not take a note of 11 single Interview, but at tlio end of Ills job lie sat down and dictated from niemoiy ten columns' That was n big thing, And tho icportei' was not doubled with tlio "big head" after he got through He wears a. No, 0 shoe DiiiiTi MtNERHANY Suddenly.of heart failure on Tuesday! February 80, ut '1 p, in,, Francis MoN'erbany, aged 05 years Funeral trom his lato residence, 1410 Ninth street northwest' thence to tho Immaculate oonoemlon Cliuren. where 0. solemn hie mass of requiem wilt bo tuntt atao'clooi S0GJETY TALK. A I'llW RANDOM NIXI'.miONK PltOM Cl'itltl'.NT GOSSIP. 11 lint' IS Aliened to (to oil In In'oll Clrei nnil Wlmt tlio P.ilrOnes t)i).J light to ulilsper to l.'iieh Oilier In tlio Sanetlllcil Seclusion of Tlieli- , lloiidolrs. I'roln the current iniinhe.r of the some what reckless Town Topic urc taken the following Interesting extincts: A couple of Incidents that h.ippcned not a great wlilln ngii tend to sh6iv,that Wash ington society people are g-oyJiig weary of having unlnxlteil guests at their entertain incuts, nml evidently lnc.111 to put 11 stop to n practice which, Unfortunately, has gotten to bo qtilto common. Iloiv In tho world men or women possessing any decency whatever, can deliberately Intrude upon fbclnl gatherings to which" Ihey havo not been Invited Is (last nil eoinpiehcnsroii. And jet few largo cntcrtaliinicnjn glv.cn Washington are.frco from jnno or moro of these matures, who Imvo tho Impudenco uvrttn shako liamlswltll tliohnBtci!'and compliment her Upon' thu cliarmlii2; as semblage. At a recent evening cntcrtnlnmcnt given liy yenator and Mrs, Hearst In honor of their guest, Miss Head, 11 certain young nhjslrlau who hns made himself notorious In the last three sensons by a superabund ance of Impudence ulut persistent cITorts to gtt Into tho swim, made his nppcuranco In full icgalla, and was announced by the footman,' Ile-grceted Ids hostess pn" iisivcly, and after a few complimentary lemnrks passed on ami mingled with tliu -crowd, IIo presently spied a bevy of pretty girls, mid Immediately punched himself to the group, distributing his snect plnlltiideJi light and left. Ills rccentlon was ilecldodlv cool, as a nlecu ot the hostess formed ouq ui me puny, nun 111111, upon iie.iruu; nun announced, communicated the fact, to her frluids that he had come there uninvited, and, that she. with an Indignant toss of her pretty held '.'considered him no gentleman nud would thank her friends to givi) him tho cold shoulder." It Is" needless to add that the story was Industriously circulated nnd tho doctor sent to Coventry by all the belles and beaux, and foiccd eventually to eek consolation In tho company of a fow 'punchbowl llciids"who gotothesu parties' fir tho sole purpose of Imbibing gratuitous drinks. At an entertainment of the Thursday Club at tho National KIiIch' Armory, tin' other of these creatures, 11 foreigner who has Industriously sought to Ingratiate him felt v llh society people but who has failed, on account of his total laok ot rarim- mrf, mado his uppcaraiice, nml after removing his heavy shoes and donning d.incliig pumpa In tho ante-room, presented himself to the recclvlug partyi As tho list of guests Is carefullj' gone over by members of the executive committee of tho club, who have a personal acquaintance with every person Invited, but n few minutes elapsed beforo ccnor lllank was politely summoned to a. private eoanco with two members of tho commlttco in tho ante room, from which o emerged shortly after ward, looking very much chagrined, ,and, resuming his talking shoes, hurriedly left the building. What was said to him by the cmmultUvmcn Is unknown, but one of them, n stalwart ouugbaukor, who has a linbit of plain speaking, announced after the intruder's departure that ho would bet at arm that tho dago had, for the last time, , gone to an entertainment to which h'u was not bidden. I fee that a long-forgotten Boclety star hasf-gatu emerged In Washington and with such a decided flash as to secure at tention to Its demands' for recognition. Tho expert social astronomer, who long since Telcgntcd this particular body to ,tho list of orbs that havo burned out, havo been a good deal surprised, not to pay dazed, to see It Jlarlng.forth so suddenly in thctrjiKy. ItVcrratlc movements are being watqhed vflflt the- Interest 6iicti udvents always create,' and certain bold computers have gone eo'far.as to deflnc'tho limit of Its stay above' the horizon. Whlloonmy usnal visit to Washington last wtcV I strolled Into Sinnll's'-'grcat How cV establishment, nmt stood looking at Eomoof tho examples of his handiwork', when a society ctrl of about iil. whom I recognized as of a well-known family,-andr residing in tlio neipubornoou 01 tarragtu Hqiiare, accompanied by a youth of per hapstt), drefsed, of course, In tho height of fashion, entered the place. Tho young man was about to sauauder u live-dollar bill oq a big bunch of roses, when a carriage ilrovo",tip and an elderly' and arlstcjcrfttlc looklug lady hurriedly alighted and ad vanced towards tho dpor. Tho young man, quick at a Hash, gavo vent to a' smothered exclamation 01 disgust aud , dove1 muter1 the cottuter. The1 society girl was apparently .not'ln the least disturbed, but simply ordered a bunch of violets. The cldcrlv lady walked up to her, and In a voice' full of anger asked for her son, "In; deed, I do not know, Mrs ." The name Was that of ai!.ofllcfal of national reputa tion, , "Y6u do Know, for I have been fol- lowing you, aud T observed you tog'elhor not tbiiminutcsngo, Iy son was a good boy bo fprnhuwastutatiglpilliivpuriueshof. Please, imvrpcak to mo again, You ore no bvk ttr lliann " well, L prefer not tO'repcat the. remainder of the outraged mother's wonbjpr tho varlpus names she applied to tho )ouug lad)-; After Indulging lu'.i llttlw more Inu-ctlvo, the. matron awcpl'outof thu fctore and was whirled away toward'her house. In a moment tho wayward son crawled out from his hiding place, greeting his companion with ,6luipl6 "(liiwdl" Then ho secured the services qf a messen ger boy, who called a hansom.jind Ihc.twp drove oil In sllcnCe toward Fifteenth street. As I walked down l'enns) l,vpn ja avcnuo late one evening lust week, I was startled to otwerve a figure clad In aro&e dc chahurc hlsklng gnlly along in front of me, eagerly trjlng the sldo doors of all tho.rettnuriots 011 thu block. As I overtook the rather picturesque apparition I was nstoulshed to recognize a certain Republican .Member of Congress from a Southern State. He was. shtvortuirwlth tbo cold and nervousness. and was gasping for whisky, I was about' to offer somo assistance when two persons, cMdcutly looklug for him, loomed up In the darkness. One bundled him into a convenient area, while tho other went In search of a ulghtllner to carry tho truant to hit. hotel. I aftoward learned that the member had been on a quiet lltUo.sprea fqr tbo past few weeks, and had lust been put under the doctors care, suffering with a bad attack of grocn snakes wlthjellow eyes. W Idle his nurse had fallen asleep ho had made his way out of a third-story win dow, clad only in a thin night-gown, aud had run down to Pennsylvania avenuo In quest of n drink. If I remember aright, this Member has been spoken of ns a Cab inet possibility, as 11 representative ot tho Southim Hipuhlicaus, There was a great commotion at the Mo rldlau and Metropolitan clubs this week when tho London Gaiety Company made Its appearance In Washington, I chanced to sit In the orchestra 011 tlio opening night, aud 6aw tho swarm of inascullno sweldom pour down Into tho front lows. Nearly every country 011 the face of tho Klobo had a representative on hand In tho shape of a ri'KUlnrly-appolnled diplomat. A pnlr ot Ministers Plenipotentiary strolled In, arm-lu-arm, eudeavoiing to look Indifferent Tho vouuginaii of whom I wpito a fow weeks since ns having a peculiar fancy for chorus girls was at hand. I have It that a duplicate of the late "Johnny" party given In llrooklyu, which tho guest did not at tend, will bu glcn during the latter part of this week, and the Washington jeuneut tloree expect to count out In foicc. Cius, 11. IHtes, who has been connected with the II, V. Hubbard Co., Advertising Agents, Now Haven, Conn., for nonrly eight j ears as a faithful and conscientious imploje, has severed his connection with that llrm and openod a newspaper advertis ing agency 011 hU own account at 1U Oi nngo street, New Haven, Conn. Mr. Hates is a young man possessed of some means, In addition to which lid has three attributes which combine to innkoastic c(sfiil business mail, U; nbllit), energy and perseverance We consider him a young man worthy of the respect and con sideration ot tho fraternity, and wish hint success In his new Held of labor IC'oin 7 vial I nlon, t htcago, III Solid Trains Are Now ltitn Via the Chesapeake nmt uulo Railroad ill- KAllf-Y 3IQ11N1NO NKVS'. Hriintoii or Confederate Veternns. All arrangement ore completwl'for tho niimial reunion on Monday of the Confed erate uterans nt Now Orleans. General H. I). I.ce, .Martin and Ferguson of Missis sippi, Hngali ot Mobile, nmt Jackson ot TcniiOHFo havo promised to bo present. Jelf. Davis says, (11 response; lo n loiter of. Invitation, that his health la so tmcertAIn ho liellcvts It better to postpone till alater period an answer to the Invitation, Tlie llnllot-lliix Itoliliers. Tho preliminary examination of- Itobcrt Wntklns, charged with complicity In tho ballot-box robbery at PlummDrvllle on thu night of November (1, Wus begun yesterday nt I.lttln Hock. One witness testified Unit Wutklns had admitted that I16 had covered the election Judgo with a pistol while tho ballot-boxes, were secured. The caso wan adjourned until Thursday morning. A Cabin Itoad 011 Hrondwny. l'tter A. II, Wldencr, thp horso and cable carmaunatc of Philadelphia, snyai "Our company will begin work) probably within ninety days, on n ruble railroad Jn Jlroad way, New Yorkr which, whon romplctcdj will bo capable of carrying WOftOO pas senctra each day. It will bo the llucst rou'l of the klud In the world." i:xrltenicnt In Sniitliftitlptoli Comity. Intelligence lids been received lit I'oters hutg, Vo., that Southampton County Iisr lioeiiln nstatdof Intense excitement Blmto Saturday morning, Last fat unlay a letter whs foilnd in Holland's I nrroom, in Frank lin, which sccracd to Indicate that t.10 iipgriii s were-ubout to start ai) "(nstirMe Horn" The letter purports to liY 'fen wiltteii bv "Hen," Ilowcll to lUvu Wig gins. Iloili HOwellind Wiggins wcroiir itMwI. Howell was rcleasixl oh ?U,rn ball, Mid Wlggjns wnssent'lo Jail, Ifuirrll' declares that lie lievcr wrotatho letter. Illllliop lftllitlliKtiill (hllisrit iiSon.ltlttli. At jestenhiy'a meeting of thu Kplsopnl bishops In New York to consider the Cot ih llslunent of a Fcdo-ato Coimetl for the Church In New York Statu, ii.roiisldernblo sensation was caused by tho ruaillng of u letter from lllhop-Huntliigtn of C'entral New York, who dccllucd to.tuke part, and gavu his reasons therefor. After declaring that simplicity Is 11 thing iifucli to bo de sired, nml that thero Is daiigcr,of too nntcli and too cumlir'ous orgnfil7Ato'i1 In church matters, tho Bishop went oh to'sil)': "Oilrtf 14 a period of publicity ond oxternal demon stration. Vo want deojicr thought, stronger personal faith. Iutbiiso political and commercial forces' uro ready to push their way Into thfe Church, to magnify its material ami secular aspects In commercial nml political centres and to match the wealth uud of-, llclal pageantry and corpqrato ilowcY-oCthd world w ith hierarchical atld Other like ills tluctlons of thu Kingdom of (!0I. To specify the iniiltlplylug marks ot such a tendency might seem Invidious, but It. could be easily dono'. Another trleunal convention Is near at baud.! There' seems to be nothing to be lost, und muiili may ho' gained, by allowing the subject to remain li) abevnuce as it has hitherto stood, The ihtst.place. to rtstst bad teuduoales Is at their beginning. 1 absent myaeltfrom the rncetlmf because It seems to me I.uughtjiol-, to take part tn n proceeding by which I ,mlght not be able to consider: myself boundi!' AVIthout definite uctlon, the. uicLtlng adjourned. l'riillU'tiloier Ilildly Wlilppad. Frank (Hover was badly whipped In the California Club last, evening by, Joo Ch'oyn ski, a prominent local amateur, Though' ttn'pounds heavier, Olovor ws tiuver really In the fight. Chojuekl . outspal-rcd him, outfought hliq at long ahd ijh'ort range, and hit three times 'as hard. Glover wax knocked, outjn tho fourteenth round, and ,had to ho carried from tho ring. He- lost halrhls- teeth, and his face was beaten to n Jelly. HCwlll probably lie cpnflnrd to.WKl for a week, C'hoynskl es'cajied ylthonl h scratch, barring a.BlIght contusion over the, left'eye. Hols ouly SO.j'cari old,' dnd. this 'IshlsDret professional battle. Glover was In pood fdrm, and 'ChoynsklV victory tiycr 'hlnfylH'glve' blm backing for any amount over almost any J"0-pouud rdatr in thc country; The fight created great Interest here!- A Colored Lover's Tragedy. Kdward Artis, a joung colored man, shot Kitty Palmer yesterday afternoon,' at Aurora, III., aud shortly afterward com mitted suicide. Tho Palmer girl was thu only colored graduatoot thu. High' School and was perfecting herself for 'teaching. .Um pas ueu'iorcuigis auiuJltyns on Ilijr tho"left',tcmiilr'.1nfilotlimv a. fatal wound.- Immediately after tho' shooting; Artis'led fpr the woods. He-was pursued, and hol .himself through the heart. Another 'Cashier IlKsinn;,. Jacob El Goodman, until last Battmlay evening cashier of U16 C60U County' Tret((-, uror's ofllce at Chicago, s missing, .and his accounts show n shortago'ot 1,500. Tho defulcatloq was discovered Sfdiiday fore noon, when,-owning to Guodlnun!B-failur '.t6 appear as usual, suspicion , was aroused and an examination Instituted. Mr. Good" mail has been In the City Trcasurer'n" office 'in various positions for tun years and hid ,'agnod record. Hlabondsmen'wIH nutk'e gpod the deficiency. It is believed that speculation was the cause of Mr,' Good man's downfall. Driven Out by Cowboys. Postmaster J. AYi Anderson.' .of" Collins, 'No Man's Land, reached Liberal, Kan., yes terday and said that, he and u dozeirothur settlers' had been driven out of the neutral strip by a gang of cowboy's belonging to th Colorado and New Mexico Cattle Com pnny, The settlers had been ordered t- move by the cattle barons, but refused. Then the cowboys raided tbgtow.u. oX Col lins, aud gavu the settlers u fow hours to gLt their things together and loave. llnsehnlllslM nt Nice. Tho baseball teams arrived nt Nice to gether from Florcneo .yesterday. They were preceded by W. C Lynch; their ad vance agent, omiwith tho assistancu-of Mr. Coukllng of Chicago, ho has succeeded in getting them lodged aud also in securing ground for a game. Tho Palace, D'Armes lias been placed at the disposal pf the teams by General Garner Des Carets, and they will play there, on Thursday morulug at jfh'.tO, 'Hie mornlnc has been Uxcil upon so ius not to clash with the. Battle of flowers. Half Itntes to lliiltlniorn vlu 1'cniiKyl. viinlii Kullroiid, A vast throng from all quarters of the laud will visit Washington during Inaugu ration week, and ns many would doubtlcs tako the opportunity of visiting Baltimore durlug their stay, the Pennsylvania Hall road Company will place on s.Uo at the Baltimore and Potomac Station and their city ticket olllee, northeast corner Venn sjlvanla avenue and Thirteenth street, on February 25, 20, 27, 38, March 1, 2, a and -I, round-trip tickets to llnltiinoru nt $1.20, The return coupous of theso tickets will bo valid for use until and Including March 7 Tho trnln servleo betwecu thotwocltleswlll bo greatly Increased, and ono may feel sure of getting 11 train In either direction at any hour of the day or evening, Tho location of tho Pennsylvania Itallroad Station (Haiti more and Potomac Station), corner tjhtli and li streets, within a fow steps of Venn sjlvanla avenue, In tho heart of tho city, an well as tho location of Calvert, Union and Pelinsvlvimla Avenuo stations In llaltlmore, adds largely to the convenience of this route . Sued lot- lli-eiich of l'liimlse. Sainh C. Anderson has sued Tliom.w Allen for breach of promise, charging that, although under the promise of martiago he seduced her, ho has failed to keep tlur promise. Hho clnluis $3,00X1 damages, with I interest iroiu reonuiry j, los'J. ,loiu Ambler Smith appealed us hur counsel. I ( hlllilalii8 are cured by Salvation Oil the wonderful liniment Prlco 25 cents a bottle I No une ever regretfully luvontcd 25 cents In a bottlo of I)r Hull's Cough Bjrup, Tlio Aire of Slims, l'xplorer Stevens tin Africa) -Whole Staulej I amiibaustie Miuvc- mine soup, "?J T M 'fl 'i KtsliJl,