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TUB WASHINGTON 0KIT10, BAT Pit DAY I3VENINO, NOVEMBER 10, 18K7.
L'l 1 1 WASHINGTON ORITIO " WASHINGTON, NOVEMBER 10, 1887.: J'JICK MJXCH MUMIiUUirV. Bo near and yet bo (art I ataml and look And hope ana tear. The stern barkeeper's glance tfetohens Ire. night veil the tyrant knows '1 Lore' 8 nothing in toy pocket, anil be seems Full of a grim ferocity which waits I hit for my dalliance with tbo tempting bait Upon tbo counter to break forth at me With cruel cursings, Mayhap, In hla wrath, 1 ahall be hustled out to face tbo wind And cblll and sleet again. There Is no let To the Indignity which I must tear Tls BtrftcRc, 'tis passing strange, how cir cumstance Affects a man's reception. On a time ben 1 hsd money, and would often como To that same spirit-server and demand Champagne or tempting mixtures at his bands, None was so servile and obsequious, And tben tho lunch upon tbo counter charmed Are not. I came to drink and make merry, Wot to cat. To-day I come for sustenance And fear to take tt, since I cannot wet The scanty pabulum with evcobeor, blih sells but for a nickel. 'TIs a world Of ups and downs, and 1 am of the ground- Hues; For me there Is no pity and no trust. J cower and glide, with all a serpent's craft, Itehlnd tbe merry bibbers toward tbo lunch, Hut shallow, vain and dangerous Is my gullet Tbe watchful Cerberus has following eyes, And they are on me ever 1 Even now They seem to read my huogcrfog Inner thought! There's no recourse hut In new fields of chance I'll closo my threadbare cov'rln; and go forth From such Inhospitable scene as this, Such parody on Iced gratuitous, Acd eetk a bar where Cerberus Is tame. Stanley Waterloo, In Chicago Tribune. ODDS AND ENDS. A Mpunky ttlrl. A young lady was riding down F street In her dogcart not long ago, and wlicn between Ninth and Tenth streets, a thing which no doubt calls hlmBclf a man, pasted near, turned and winked at her with an Insinuating leer. Tbo lady, feeling tho Insult keenly, showed by her maimer that ho had choien neither wisely nor well. Tho coward turned on his heel toward his ofllco, and pointed with his thumb up the stairs; as much as to say: "I may bo found hero." Tho gesture was too much for tho American blood of my young friend, Driving to tho curb, whip in hand sho Jumped out, and fol lowing tbo miscreant upstairs to his ofllco, was met at tho door by a hat rack of a woman, who had evidently been stationed thero by tbo hero to re ceive any assault that tho Infuriated lady might bo disposed to make. A barrlcado of that kind was not la surmountable, and pushing her way Into tho room sho saw bcr Insultcr comfortably seated behind tho high partition which separated tho desk room from the front ofllcc. As somo moments had elapsed between tbo time of the Insult and her decision to follow the scamp, sho wished to hoqultosuro of him. "Have you just vme In t" she asked. "No," sold tho Thing, "I havo been In all tho morning, and I never Insult ladleB." That was a complete "glvo away," and qulto enough for his victim to give him a "benefit, ' which sho did until ho apologized; said ho was salut sg a friend In a third-story window, etc., and begged bcr not to mention tbo occurrence, which, however, sho has done to me, though at rather a late day. firoan 4'nrcleftniiCMM. A man who will go out of a crowded opera house with his cano on a dead level, under his arm, while ho puts on his kids, deserves to be taught better. llrcim Itrform. Ladles never dressed more becom ingly or sensibly than now; but on my way down town this morning I passed , a young lady of about twenty, whoso dress was half way up to lier boot-tops, and they who high legged walking boots. Of courso sho had dainty feet and neatly-cut boots. Her dress could not trail In the dust or mud, and there fore could never soil nor smear her stockings or ankles. No better stylo could bo adopted by the ladles, and I desire to compliment the young lady referred to, not only for tbo good senso displayed, but her pretty foot. Hreno lii a Hor-ftc-Ciir. A roughlydrcsscd man, a newly made husband, his brldo and a few other passengers. Car runs off the track. Hough man says "damn," Up jumps "hubby," "How daro you damn before my wife?" How did I know your wire wanted to damn first?" w as the reply. Tableau. J.irp. I.lfo Is composed of little things llltlo courtesies, lttllo kindnesses, pleasant words, genial smiles, a friendly letter, good wishes, good deeds, Ono in a million, ono In a generation, may do a heroic action; but tho llttlo things that make up life come every day and cvny hour. . Air nn ll Htlmiilnnt. The exciting and stimulating proper, ties of pure oxygen aro well known, and every ond has felt the Invigorating' Influence of fresh nlr. Yet no practical application has been made, of theso beneficial properties Df a substance so cheap and universal. "When tho body Is weak, the brain fatigued, and tho wbolo system In a state of lassitude, go lntotho"opeu air, tako a few vigorous Inspirations and expirations, and tho effect will bo perceived Instantly. The Individual trying tho experiment will feel Invigorated and stimulated, the blood will courso with frcsbucss, tho lungs work with Increased activity, the whole frame feci revivified and nature's stimulant bo found tho best. .. Tcm. , Tho Internal revenuo ta on whisky should be one dollar per gallon Instead of ninety cents. Tho tax on tobacco should -stand. Thero la not n human being who cannot llvo without whisky an J tobacco. Thenars not necessaries, but luxuries. On 'tho contrary, chil dren, women and men must bo fed, clothed, housed ond warmed. Thcso arc necessities of life; and while tho uartailff remains to Increase tho coat of every artlclo of clothing and of household use, and upon raw materials needed In our Industries, to remove tho tax, in part or wholly, upon whisky or tobacco Is thoroughly Illogical. When It Is understood that tho aboli tion of tho tobacco taxis sought for the purpose of preventing a reduction of tho customs duties, or tariff tau-s. It Incomes oppressive- and cruel. Tho tobntTo tux brings In about $.10,000,001) of itM'iiuoper numitu, and to romovd It would reduce the Income of thoUov ernmept by that amount without bene lit lug the public one penny's worth. Tho so called protectionists want free whisky nml cheap tobacco, In order Hint they may keen up tho prices of clothing, fond, coal, and lumber. Tho revenue) reformers wish to retain tho lax on whisky and tobacco, knowing that only tlioso who ueo litem pay tho taxes. A,t tho same tlmo they dclro to put an cod to over taxation by reducing tho tax on necessaries, tho most Im portant of which aro tho taxes on raw materials wool, hemp, jute, Iron ore, coal, salt, lumber, and dye stuffs. Tho tot dispute In a nut shell Is t Is It better to havo frco whisky and tobacco, or free wool, free salt, free sugar, etc.? If absolutely necessary that sugar and salt bo protected tho tax should bo removed and n bounty paid by tho Government, as on codfish, If thero must bo a compromise on tho rovenuo question It certainly ought to bo based on some principle that will commend Itself as reasonable to tntclll sent men. I'lfiurrN. A good way to keep cut flowers fresh Is to lay them In wet cloths. Take them out of tho vases at night, sprinkle with cold water, and then wrap them In cloths made very wet with cold water. Tbo weight of tho cloth will not crush tho most dellcato llowcrs, while It keeps out tho air and prevents twir inning 10 pieces or opening further. Uowaud Milli. C'nrlln Hprl.iG Mymllrntc. A very large meeting of the Investors In lots atCarllo Springs was held last evening at National HI flea' Armory Hall, Mr. It. 1). Lewis In tho chair ami Mr. John Cameron secretary. The folio wing- named gentle men wero tellers at tbe drawing foro.au of choice: Meiers. 11. T. Janney, E. U. Holt, ti. i -. iniuwcii ami a. ctocKuriuge. Mr. IV. V. Curtis oftheflrruof Curtis A tturdett (owners ot tbe property) addressed the meeting, explaining fully tbo objects of the mtetloj: end mode of procedure, which was unanimously approved. une DUtmreu ana iwemy-Bix urujob, rep resenting 100 lots, were placed in a hat and 12(1 numbera In another. As tho first two oMhe tellers drew anil announced a name tbe latt two followed wltha number, ami the person named was assigned tbe number drawn as hla lu order ot selection. Ice utmost good feeling prevailed and tbe fairness ot the drawing was conceded ty every one participating, Selection will bo made Immediately at tbe ofllce of llaxtcr A MacGowan, 1003-1010 F street, In numerical order, and an ad journed meeting will be held on Monday cvitdcir, November 'JS, to complete tbo (election. Persons falling to appear at that tlmo will bo postponed In their choice to tbe next intervening numbers, so tbat no delay shall thereafter prevent new subscribers from exercleing Immediate choice la the order of purchase, In tbe disposal of tbe remaining 100 lots embraced In tho sub division. CJTY MEWS PARAGRAPHS. Win. P. Dickey, well known among all Totomac anglers, died lately at his home, near Great talis, where he bad lived for 43 years. Mrs. Elizabeth Bald broko her ankle by a fall near Fourth and Washington streets last night. She was taken to tbe Emergency Hospital. Tbe Carnival of Months, conducted by tbe young people ot tho Untversallst Church, has proved so successful that It has been decided to continue It until to night. John M. Kessler, formerly clerk to tbe German-American Hank here and also In the employ of tbe Pennsylvania Kail road Com pany, died in Jersey City on the 10th Inst. lieu 111 be buried to-morrow In tbat city II. Jordan's request to be allowed to use Johnson's Hall on It street, between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, tor benevo lent societies, has again been refused by -uoiuuei moure. A motion' offered In tho Circuit Court by Mr. Hannan'a counsel, to quash the an swer to the writ of mandamus In the case ot llannan vs. Ludlow, has been cortllled to the Court In General Term, to be heard In the first Instance. Tbo Kepubllcan National League will meet for the first time In their new club house, at 401 Massachusetts avenue, next Wednesday. 7ho place will be formally opened on the Sth proximo. Steps are being taken to decorate the picture gallery of tbo house with pictures of Kepubllcan leaders. Knit Washington. The Star ot tho Kast Social Club gave an enjoyable bop lust night at Odd-Fellows' Hall, Navy-Yard, In which a large numLer of persons participated. The following petition, signed by four residents of East Washington, has been submitted : "Can't get no water, l'ompo Is Drake." The fence surrounding tbe house ot Josephine Miller was brokeodown recently, and jesterdoy she had Lemuel aud William Wnre arresttd for committing tbo piece of vandalism. Four persons will be baptized Bunday night In the Second tfapltst Church, Fourth street and Virginia avenue southeast, by Pastor llez Stvcm. South Wnshlngton The Sixth Presbyterian Church, Sixth and C streets southwest, haa arranged to hold a Tbanksglvlnff service at 10:45 on that day. Tho pastor wilt preach the sermon. At the St. Dominic's Church fair last sight interest was centered In tho diamond ring. Tho victor was Mies Annie Culllnano, whose popularity waa attested by the 7,0UD votes cast In her favor. A colored man named Frank Grey be came violent this afternoon from the effects ot cheap whisky, at the Ualtlmnre and Potomac freight-yard, and, when Ser geant Dally attempted to arrest him, re sisted with might and' main, lie was finally lodged In a cell at tbe Fourth Pre cinct Station-house, where ho spent the time heaping invectives on tho police o Ulcere. West Washington The extensive- and steady growth oE Georgetown should entitle Its cltlzeus to at least one substantial and well supplied market-bouse. Tbcro aro two markets, neither of which are halt occupied or well sup plied. Tbo present week has been ono of un usual gaiety In Georgetown. There havo been a succession of balls, receptions, hops, sociables and fairs, aud tho d I He rent so cieties and organizations havo vied with each other In making their respective en tertainments attractive Temperature and condition of water at 7 a. m.i Great Falls, temperature, 4 J; condi tion, 30: receiving reservoir, temperature, 40; condition at north connection, 31; at south connection, BO; distributing reservoir, temperature, 40; condition at intlueut gate house, ISO; condition at effluent gate houte, SO. v.V.MI .Not Culled For. Itsctms btrange that It la necessary to persuade men tbat you can euro their dis eases by offering a premium to tbo man who falls to receive- ben (.fit. And yet Dr. Sago undoubtedly cured thousands of cases of ob stinate catarrh with bis "Catarrh Kemudy," who Mould never have applied to him It It had not be$p for his offer ot tbe above sum for an incurable case. Who la thoncxt bid der for euro or cash I have been a sufferer from catarrh for tho past eight years. Having tried a number of remedies advertised as "euro cures" with outobtatnlng any relief, 1 bad resolved uover to tako any other patent medicines, when a friend advised me to try Ely's Cream lUlui, I did so with gttat reluctance, but can now ttitify with pleasure that a ft it iislmr It for elxweikB I believe myself cured. It 1 a most agreeabte remedy an invatuableimm, Joseph Stewart, 01 Grand uveuue, Hruolt- I'ai-tle llulnir Otil TramuM to reglld aro Invited to call at Wood A Forsyth', No. VHM F street northwest. He st work and lowest prices, Ml tho latest stylra of picture-frame mouldings at tbo Ion est price. "Ahlrm,v Iioiry U w;aii;.'f Frpsh Alderney butter, churned evry morning ami delivered lu ) lb. 'Vunl'1 prints, 40c. ptr lb. Alio cottage cheese, hittiunllk and sweet milk, 5c. per l. Cream, 15c per pt, SCIENTIFIC FISH-TALK. The Able and Virile Reporters Tackle Mr, Chamberlain. A NOTABLE INTERVIEW. Uncertain How to Procood, tho Boys Proceed Uncertainly, Mr, Joseph Chamberlain, M, l1., ono of Her Majesty's Commissioners for tho settlement of the questions In dis pute between tho Government of Great llrltalu and tho Government of tho United States, with especial referencu to tho questions regarding tho right of United Slates' fishermen In Canadian 'waters, by Invitation mot about forty "Washington correspondents and report crs yesterday at C o'clock, In his par lors at tho Arlington, for tha purpose of letting them get In their work on him collectively, and thus save him from tho torture of Individual perse cution, orwords to that effect. Tho gentlemen of tho press, In a somewhat anarchical and chaotic order, went to tho Arlington, and as each man appeared ho was politely dumped Into ono of the public parlors, whereafter the aggregation had accumulated.lt wbb met by Mr. Itergncof tho llrltlsh Foreign tllce and taken bodily up stairs to Mr. Chamberlain's private apartments. 1 hero were chairs and sofas plenty and tho visitors occupied them, and for a few brief and tantallzlug 'moments sat waicmng a lanio on iuo oiucr fildo or tho room loaded with fine cigars, wet goods and other objects familiar to the rcportorlal eye, until Mr. Chamberlain entered from ubIiIo door, attired In ti frock coat, light trousers, aono-oyed spectacle and a cheerful smllo. Mr. Chamberlain carefully slipped a flue silk umbrella (his own) behind tho door, and, kicking a sign, "Keep Your Hands on Your Pocketbooks," under tho tabic, bowed to tho visitors, who had arisen, and remarked: "Gentle men, 1 nm glad to sco you, I hope you nro well?' Four or flvo coughs were heard, as If tho gentlemen were not well, and tho snapping of a porous plaster or two was audible, but nobody said a word. Then Mr. Chamberlain, In an em barrassed silence, took n cigar and snld: "May haps some of you smoke." At this point Colonel Musscy re marked sotto toco that he would llko to have a chew of lino cut, hut, nono being forthcoming, tho visitors helped lucmsuivcsio uio clears, ana Knocking tho box on tho table to seo that nono escaped, they lit up and Bat down again, Hero followed another clastic silence, which Mr. C. broko by In quiring: "Gentlemen, can I do any thing to Bcrvc you V v Mr. Clarcnco O'Urlen, U. P. A., thereupon got up and began a brief and poetic speech, closing with tho startling inquiry: "What do you think of our beautiful city?" To this Mr. C. replied that as his In structions from' the Queen were con fidentlal.and as he had only seen tho ln6ldo of a cab between the station and tho hotel, he did not feel llko com mitting himself. Mr.' Lcwslcv of the Pott, fcellnp that the affair would soon become personal, put In at this stage, and asked him what was in the black bottlo on the table. Mr. uimraucriain Handed hirn a cork ! screw, but said nothing more. Tho questions after this began to lly thick und fast. "Arc you In favor of Home Kale V asked Major Cnrson. "That's foreign to the ubjccl,' re plied the wily M, P. "I'm over hero to find out about fish." "Then what do you think about a Potomac shadr" Inquired General lloynton. "1 suppose you have met llufTaloUlll In London i" said Colonel Ayrcs of Kansas City. "No J I can't say that I have." "No of course not," Interrupted Mr. Dunnell. "II. IJ. only moves In tho highest circles of society." This was such a lame apology that Mr. Martin of tho Phlladelphfa Pm Inquired what Mr. C. thought of a high turiff, but before he had a chanco to answer, Charlie Towlo of Uoston asked him If he had ever hit a baked bean on a Sunday morning, and between the two the victim got out without answer ing cither. Major Stofcr next asked what tho real fish question was, and Mr. C. with his usual sarcasm replied: "I presume It Is: have you got a bite T" At this there wore two or thrco peals of laughter, and the Major began to sea If his hook was baited properly. "Havo you met Jedge Vfaxem ot Wajback, yety" Inquired a Ciutic reporter, with a Mew to getting matters into a national shape. "Oh, yes," responded Mr. C, "be dined with mo In London last sprlog, and, by the way, 1 wish you would tell your folks not to let my paper stop when tbe subscription eipircs, but send It right along and forward the bill." Tho reporter said something about "la- the Associated and United Frees m on ask Ins simultaneously If Mr. C. didn't think tlu lilch voto was the backbone of the Van j cratlc party. "What la your opinion of the McAulIffe Carney mtllt" asked fiam Johnson of tho i.'itmnrcr, "1 haven't visited any of the mills or 'fac tories ot tbla country yet," replied Mr. U., and Mr. J. sat 'down by Major Btofer. "Uon't jou think Mrs. Cleveland Is pret tier than tho Queen?" Inquired tbe diplo matic Jim Allleon of tho New York btar, "1 do not think Mr. Uladstone will suc ceed 'with bis present scheme of Home Kule," responded Mr. C-gazlntrout of 'the window thoughtfully, and Mr. Altlsou undo a noted the reply. ' i'ou have never been In Kentucky, havo jou, sIit" Inquired ColonelStealcy ot tbo ( uwtci'Jouniat, "No, sir." "1 ebouldn't think so, from the smell ot that cork," lemarked Ibe Colonel to John frbrher, Major Clark of tbe New York 'ft Hunt slipped In with tbo question; "What du you think of theAuarchlst harclngi" "It killed them," Mr. C. sentcntlouily replied, aud left no more to bo sal 1 on tbat subject, crawioru or mo norfu next asitea n tLere was a newspaper In Europe with tbo circulation of tbo U'oWifj, and Major Fresten asked If the Queen was still tea Lug tbe IttrtUd of Now Yoik, Ity this time the clears were getting cold, and the Appollnarls was sll thdt was left t? quench tho thirst w Itli, aud tho vhltors be gun to grow restive. "What Is your opinion ot tho Srwks Lamar matter V asked Knapp of the bt. Louis HfjntllUan, in order to brlcg up somithltg new and fresh. 'Here was a faint cry of "Hats," and Ljuian of the Sun atked If John h. Sulli van wouldn't hare a walk-over It ho met Jem tmdlb. After this thero wero seural dozen other pertinent and pungent Inquiries, all of which Mr. Chamberlain answered lu a safu utd couervatlve way, and finally the visit ors got up, aud sbuklng tho Kngllfthuun by tbo band, bade him a cheerful good-day, with tho hope that ho would lit tbe (Ub buhluees up ?a that the L'nlted States would not need to call on several thouiand other patriotic cllficMto bo slain In defcu-oof u plenum tbey neterlud tlmo to Indulge bi. After they bad gune Mr C lo iked at Mr. 11., Mr. II. looked at Mr. C. and they both looked at tbe door throughwblch thdvlilt ois had departed, but said never a word QEHERAl NEWS NOTES, Two new caacs of fever wero reported from Tampa, Fla., yesterday, Kllman 0. Juotlce was hanged at lly waeso, (la., yesterday, for the murder of James II, (Joudard. Mrs. Winifred Kgan,31 years ot age, win crutbed to death between tbo elevator and u beam In the Berkshire Apartment House, in New York, yesterday. The Manitoba and Montana Central Hall way was finished to Helena, Montana, yes terday. Through trains from Helena to Minneapolis wilt commence running Mon day. Ihs property In New York of tbo South ern Itallroad Association has been attached In a suit for tbe recovery of $17,000, with Interest from IbTl, brought by James J. Bmlth. Tho remaining passengers ot tbo steam ship Alcsla, ?-!l In Lumber, who were quarantined at Hoffman's Island, wore landed at Castlo Oarden, New York, yes terday. Tboltetall Coal Dealers' l'xrlmngo of New York yesterday advanced thu prices on cobl fifty cents all around, except 'broken coal," which lsadvanctd twenty. flvo tents per ton. It. II. C. HID, tho rblladctphU stock broker, who suipcndcd payment on Wednes day, effected a settlement with bis cred itors yesterday at ftl per cent. In cash. Tbo liabilities amounted to $1S,0,.K1.40. The failures throughout tbo country dur ing tho past seven days n amber for tbo United tttates 'JOS, and for Canada 10, as compared with a total of 217 last week, and 215 tbe week previous to tho last. Ellen tjulnn,- a dissipated woman, was found murdered In an unoccupied houe on Tucker street, Trenton, N. J , yester day. James McDonald, a tramp, has been arrested as the probable murderer, A shooting affray occurred In a saloin at nicnwnnd Sprlugs Col , e-.terday, between Frank Smith and Charles Maker, gamblers. Smith will die. During tbo shoollug a by stander named James Mattlson was lu stantly killed by a sttay bullet. Baker is ii jail. A resumo of tbe (Houcester (Mam ) fish eries business for the )ear ended October, 1S&7, shows tbat ecveutoen vessels, of au aggrcgato toonsge of 1,137, have been lost, with 127 men, who leave 00 widows andGl fatherlves children. In Addition to those lost with their vessels, 41 other sea men havo met death by drowning or acci dent. Oliver Thorcn, a Hwede, who is held in the Camden (N. J.) Jail on a charge of swindling, and v-ho Is suspected of the mUrder of Farmer l'earco of Mount Holly, has been Identified as tbe man who met l'earco at tho bay market In Camden, and started with hltn on the fatal homeward ride on which he was killed by drugged liquor. Chnnco or HcIhmTuIo on It.nmlO. It. It.," nhlntr Kir-('t, rHiiiHluy, n; 'tit. Trains leave Washington as follows: Limited Express for Pittsburg, Columbus and Chicago, 10:55 a. ra. dally. Limited Kxprcss for Cincinnati and St. Louis, M-MO f. m. dally; for Pittsburg, Cleveland and )etrolt, 8:40 p.m. dally; for Cincinnati, tit. IjOuIs and Chicago, 0:40 p. m. dally; for Frederick. Hsircrstown. Hamer'a Fcrrv. Lexington and Intermediate points, 3:40 a. m. lluiJinrt'M I.Iccantly l-'urn 14 tied Jiluliiff rarlot'H Tbe genial proprietor of this centrally lo cated restaurant, on tbe corner of Tenth and F streets northwest, makes a specialty of accommodating lady shoppers and others in that popular locality. Ills ladles' and gentlemen's dining parlors are on the sec ond floor, entrance on Tenth street, and are bejocd question amongst tbe handsomest equipped dining-rooms lu tho National Cap ital. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. l'.trol.um B. K. Plain & Co., St. Clou! Building, furnish the following Oil quotations: Closed jesterday. 741; opened to-day, 741; highest, 741; lowest, T3I;'J:15 p. m., 71. Hew Tork Stoek'SXarket The following have tcen fjmlshcd by A, Macgtll & Co., bankers and iTOkers, filj Beventh atreet northwest: m O. ,2 451 AUH. O. 1 4J N T Cen. h Shore.., OS w u Mo l'o.. u r ...llC-J KWi. Heading.... 71tl 70 08! (M ,.. VII, ... 5'J IWU'L&N bsim r SOj N V prcf'd... 40! 40 Sll 1 VSIl'PM. .rr.3 r.31,6:UJErlo 2d Tex Man KT St V K I N W 371, 2710 T 1011 10-JifN l'r tiltlUUJlCai' 773 'Omaha Ill I " p'l'd, U T iVL n v F A D 'N E Oil mrna! OIKt Q.... 1S3J 133 waop'ra.. i 1) L & W.. 133J 13.13 Etlo 301i 301 J C 7U1 7W D ii U.....101 lOij C'lilrngo HlirkotH. The following summary Is by B. K. Plain & Co., EL Cloud Building, Mnth & K street: u. u. u i u. Wheat -Dec .... 75! " 751 75ll 73J Jan 701 701, 731 71)1 May 811 621 811 Ml Corn Dec .... 441 441 431 411 Jau 44 411 431 411 May.... 4b! 4S-J 441 41 Oats-Ueo ... . 201 501 201 201 Jbu 201 SOI 201 20 -May.... 30 301 301 301 Pork Uec Jan 14 03 14 03 1300 1303 May ....14 10 14 40 14 10 1115 Lard-Dec 7 03 7 05 I1U71 0U7J Jan ... . 7 10 7 10 0 03 7 021 May.,.. 7 32! 733 7 23 J 7 30 WaHhlnictou ntork Kxcnunso, The fonowmg were the quotations on the regular call at the Stock Exchange to-day. All quotations are for securities to tho amount of 1,000 or 100 shares of stock. Hid Masonic nail Bonds 101 Washington Market Co. Bonds 1121 Washington Light Infantry, 1st in'KC S.I ii " " 2d " ... 50 Washington Gaslight Co. Bonds l'-MJ Bank of Washington .200 National Bank of the Kcpubllc 150 National Met, Bank 170 Central Netlonal.Bank 200 Stcond National BanK 120 Farmers & Mechanics National Bank of Georgetown 100 Citizens' National Bank 110 Columbia Natlonal'Bank lW Washington & Georgetown btock 221 Metropolitan , t'3 Columbia 41 Capitol A North OSIrcet 41 Firemen's lnsuranco Co 40 Franklin Insurance Co 3"J INatlonal Met. Insurance Co O'l National Union lnsuranco Co IS Alllogton lnsuranco Co 135 Columbia 123 German-American Insurance Co 150 Potomac Iusurance Co i'0 Ktpgs lnsuranco Co t Washington CllyUaellght Co ZH Georgetown " 42 Chesapeake A Potomac Tel. Co 70 Washington Brick Machine Co 20(1 Great Foils Ice Co 120 Bull ltun Panorama Stock , 21 Heal Kstate Title Insurance Co t-23 Columbia Tltlo 61 National Safe Deposit (In WO DUFFY'S FORMULA A Certain Cure Tor the Flrit Stiii'r Consumption. Its main Ingi clients nro raw beef and Puffy's 1'uro Malt Whiskey, und It ntlmulatuit the energies and builds up tho tl-Hues as no other selentlUo discovery has over dono. "I am a rresbytcrlan clergyman nnd a Doc tor of Divinity, but I urn not afraid to recuin- mend Duffy's Malt Whiskey and Duffy's For mula as tho purest and rnont ctllclent prepara tions as a medio I no I know of, and my expert enco 1 a largo ono " ItEV. H MILLS, S!mdo ti'iit.0. w, Duffy's rormnta lforalo by all Iruiit aul dcalirs, FikoSl per bottle. Tut Drrrv Mmt Wiiihkkv i . Rochester, N rrnfilliltlmi In Jlnln-, A constiMe tfald a visit to a drug store In I'niiBtr, and here (s a partial list of some f the drugs he found) tievcnlecn 1 Kittles or If per 1 ctr, a bottle with one and a-halt pints nl wMrky, fonr bottle, each containing a (111 of whisky, one bottle of winr, ono bottle wltha ptrd or wine, and a bottle with a pli.t ard a-balf of wine, a pint of sin and tw o quarts of alcohot. Augusta Chronicle. "Did n't Know 't was Loaded" Mav do for a stupid boy's excuse but what can bo raid for tbo p.ircnt who tH'- bin child languishing daily and falls to recognirc tho want of n tonic and blood-purl ll or? Formerly f courso of bitten, or Bulphnrnnd nmlni-icwni tbo ruin In well-regulated fumlllcH ; but "W nil Intelligent hoturhoMi Urpp Ajrr'a ttursup!irillu,uhkli h nt mira pleimnt to tho tnitr, nnd tbo most urnrrhli'g and cffectlv o blood medicine cvt r dNco crul. Nathan fl. Clcirlnud, U 15. ('anion nt., Tint tun, wrltM ( " My ilntiglit.-r, now ill j oars old, win iu perfect health until n jenr ngo when sbn began to complain of mtlpif, h'-nditrh'.1. ib-lilllty, (ll7,lmHa, indigestion, and loi of npprttto. f con cluded tbntnlt hi-rrotiipIutntH originated In impure) blood, and Induced her to take Aycr rittarwtparillft. ThUiiiedlclnohoon rcntorcd biT blood-nmkhig orguim to licitltby action, nnd In duo tlmo nOatal llshPd her former health. I Jlnd Aycr'n HnrwipitrtlU a innut valuable remedy for tho I.LioItmlo and debility Incident U' spring tlmo." J. Cnstrlaht, UrooUlyn Power Co., Tlronklyn, N. V., nyn : "An n Hprlng Medicine, I find n nplcndld fmbitituto for tbo old-timo compound' in Aer' Hnrnaparlttn, with ft few doc of Ajer' PUN. After their use, I fetd fresher and htiongor to go through I bo summer." Ayer's Sarsaparilla, I'lirpAitED bv Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. 1'rlce l; a!xlottliB,$3. Worth $5 a bottle. :. .loriNFON. TaacJolm9on, Uiewcll Known underlakir of bottth W'aKlilitgton, dopartod this life, XoTcmbcr 10, 1S37, hged rrjo.irs 4 months and lodars. Ills body Is now resting at hid dmmhtor's, 211 tl street southwest, mil ultl bolaaon to Ion Baptist Church, bnmlay, Norombor W, at 2 o'clock. All friend and rclathes uro tcrpcctliilly lot Hod to attend. MATTINHLV.-()n November 1, 1W, at S Ala. tn Laura Mutllncly, w Ifeol J. V. Mat tlrigly, and daughter vi the late William Blair. Her remains will bo takon from Ihoreol denco ol her brother In-law, Thomas K. Shoe maker, Oto h' street soutliweHt, on Mtnday, per steamer Thompson, to ct. Mary's County, Md., for Interment, snEIUDAN.-Prlday, November , lvir. nt I o'clock a. m.. Andrew MjcrUlnn, beloved nnd oniy onoi.jamc ami inoiaio Kaio Mioriaan, In tlio SOtli scar pf bis aco. Funeral, bumlay, November CO, at 3 o'clock p. m , at bis father's residence, comer Ninth street and cirant nvenno. JPEIWONAL. AOKNTI.KaiAN IV.) n 1.1 Like the An finatntamoof a lady between the aacs of 17 and S3, rieaso address l'KIUNU, Critic Q-l c lVlLIi ltuy New Homes, Do roe. QXO tics and blncera. 10 will buy lu proved machines, allchtiy uied, at FUNK'S, 1331 7th st, near O st Market, tho cheapest and best sowing machlno agency In the world. rpiIE -fJlTEEN OP IIBEItS Loads tlicm all. CltAYON rOIlTKAtTS Klack nr colored crayont. Persons who have never taken a lesson In drawing can learn to gut a pet feet likeness In ten loionior two days. Orders received for portraits from 813 totsoo.atfr-ciEat. C1AL1FOKNIA 1VINK ItOOM, 700 I t st n w. Jacob Oundlach'a Celobratod hlte and Claret Wines by the glass and bot tlo. N. K. WKYAND, late from ban Bcrnar iflno, Cal. BEKNAKO KESTi:i.MANN, Mer chant tailor, 003 D st n w. Spring ntyles lust received, bults from JO upward. Clean ing and repairing In the best manner. SEND roatul Curd to Electric Htemn laundry. 1W7 E nt n w. o. T. Nutee. pro;., 11 II I. Laleat l'u r In and London I'huto grarhlo craze combination portraits; stilklng, original, artlatla. I'rocurablo In Amerua oi.ly at the KENSINGTON AHT bTUDju. 813 ra ao. A81'EUIa FEATUKK-Our All wool corkurrow kuIib only 811. dilUMiUIIUI.K X BOM, Manufacturing clothiers, 111J F at. roii c. 1 lino VAN IIUV u Clothlnu on erctllt at cmli nrlcp direct from the manufacturer. HT1IAHBUHUEK A ON. 1113 F at. nivrK-WIIITINO TAUGHT Atnoom j. St. Clondjlntitllng Kefcrences. ROOK I IT HYATT, Dealer In Freeh, Bait and femokod Meats, Foultry, Game, Fresh Vegetables, Choice Fruits, eto, aio nth st. n, v. 0.' 4. ICENF1KLD, I'rtictteal Wittrh- maker and optician, has onened at 1303 ibid w a iuu line oi waicnoi, goia orna ments and optical goods. Itepatrlng chro nometers and tine watches a specialty. Time locks cleaned anl kept lu order. R. II. W1IITK, Steoucrapher and icwritcr; contracts and spcclnca- tlonsof all kinds at reasonable rates -jpoochei, sermons, testlmony,oto., accurately reported. A few pupils taken at moderate charge. 1001 Fstn w, ltoom 13. DU, MDLLKK, bpcclallrtt for tbe Eye, Ear and Throat, Consultation fiee. 017 N Ya flUlOY LAPNUUT, X 1110 Q street northwest. Branch ofllce, UU l'enna. avo. Collars and Culls a specialty at 200 per doz; Shirts loo each. Goods called for and dellvorod at any part of tho city. . IjlNOKAVKII PLATE, fit Printing !i 50 visiting card- from same, 43c; print log loo visiting cards from tho same, 7 to; lithograph cheek books made to order. J. l. KKUVAND, ioia Ta avo n w. LK IMOUlt, Keatauratenr and Caterer, will furnlmh estimates on application for weddings, parties, sociables, banquets, eto. Everv facllfty as a flrst-class caterer. Call or address Ls MOUlt. 31-5 8th st n w. -pt'UITV UA1UV LUNOU 1COOM8, Corner eleventh and E streets n. w. E. V. SIMONDS, Prop, rtreakfaot from 7 to 11 a. m. Dinner from 4 to 0.30 p. m. Meals to order. Lunch at all hours, AU pastry homo made. Fuudbhed ILooms by tho day, week or month. T)UmiKlt (lOOI)S, Imported and Ui- JA motlo, of all deocritittons, at tho AN-OLO-AMEHICAN ltUUHKK CO., 033 F at n w. 171 UKltMlllLT.KU,Miiiiurnctureraiid 1 dealer In suddlei, harncn, blankets, trunks, etc., has removed to oil La avenw, opiotto City 1'outotllco. llest goods at lowest prices; established 1S50. GIKNTLKMISN'S Suit-. Scour-.! und I pressed for 81. Coats, 50u,; pants, 23o.j estfl, Wo. Goods called for and dellvorod. Itepatrlng and altering dono lu tbo bent manner. K. I. HAHN, 705 Ninth Kt N. V Washington, D. C. Telephone Call. 50n 3. "rANTBl-ALL TO SNOW beautiful sets of artltlclal teeth for 85! guar (T with gai, chloroform or local anesthetics, 50 ceniu; vnrnout, ceaia; numg at very low prices. UNDERTAKERS. 11C1IA1U) H. CAIN, FuriilHlilns I JV dertaker, lOUTtlist. Everything ilr-t-clasi and on tho most reasonable tertu-j. Tolo phono call 410-3. J. WILLIAM LBS, " tSucccsaor to Ilcnry Leo's Hon), TJ3Srr)333S.T-a. IC 33 B, 833 rBNNA AVENI C S. W , south sinu llnillf ll OlllCf, . . IUHM.1. (It. 1. w, " L'Ol'BT IUIU11I1IUK, FUHNIbiUNQ UNBBHTAKUIl, Ho. aio I-oaoa. avo. n. w., bet. ad actl m bi, SrcntbliiK tlrfltlua. RAILROADS r jTuH IlllEAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE To thfl North, Wt nml Honthwimt ZoiW Track, SptenHlit Reentry. tiUtt JlaUt, At't'jnljtcent Kquljment, In KrPECT NmtsinEn H, 1887. 7Ya!nir Waihlntjton from S Lit Ion eo, ur 0 AUtft and It ttrttt$, ai fvltowt: For rittsbanr and tho West, Chlcwro Limited Kxprexfl of l'ulaco Hlceplnq C'urn at 0.60 a m dally, Fast Lino. 9 Ma m dallrtot'lncinnatl pud bt. I-ouli. with HleT-mr Cars from Uar rlsburg to Cincinnati and iinLTct CnrtoHt. Imls; dally, except Haturday, to Clilcaffo, with Sleeping Car Altoona to ciilctwo. Western Ktpreii at 8.10 p m dally, with HIciTjlnR Cars WRfhlntrton to Clilcaca and 1st. Lontfl, and (oxect't Haturdays) llariii turt?to Clovoland, cnneotln dally at liar rlsliurnwlthtbroush Hlerrmri Tor umlsvllle and Mcmtihli. I'aclEio Riprens, 10 oo pm dally, for I'tttsbnrfi And tbo Woit, wltb tbroueh ttlcopor UarrltbarirtoClilcaiio. IIAI.TIMOHE A rOTOMAO HAILHOAD. For Krlo, ('Hnandalffua, Koclxwtor, Uuffalo, Nlararn, lO.io p m dally, exoopt Hatunlay, v. It ti I'ftfaco Cars Wash! na ton to ltnrhe-itors For 11 Hump port, Lock Haven and Elmlra at a.ffl a m dally, cxropt Bunday. ForNcwYortt and tho Kant. 7.30. S 00. 11.00 nnd 11,10 m. .1.00,410, lO.uOana llJMpro UnMindny. U.O). 11 H am, aoo, 4.10. lo.uO and tl.iwpm. Llmltod iCxprassof Pullman farlor ard Ulnlno Cure, 9.40 a ra dally, ex cept Pnndar. and 8.1S p m dally. For Uoston without chango, 4.00 p m over day. For lirooklyn, N. T all thrnazh trains oon ncct at Jrrnor City with boaM of Brooklyn Annex, arTunltnir direct trnii-ifer to Fniton strH)t, avoldlQft doablo farrlaso aoroaa Now York mty. For rmiMlctpnia, 7.C0, 9 oo. ll.no nnd 11.40 a m, 8 00, 4 10, 0.00, 10.00 and iUlO p m. On Han day. 9 oo, 11.40 a m. U 00, 4.10, O.oo lo.oo and ILiflp m. Llinttvd Kxprona, Parlor and liln In it -Pnrfl. 0.40 n m wiuik darn ntiil llilnm dally. Ft)ri.altlmor,0n5, 7.20. fl.oo, 9.W, 9M. 11.00 stid ll 40am ijus.itfl.a.n. . 10. 4 -jo. i to. 6 00,8.10, 10 00 and 11 SO p m. On Sunday, 1) 00, 9.J1V O.W, 11.10 a m, 1.00,3,,4.U,C.!-O( P.10. lOCrOondll.i.'Opm. For I'ip)s Creek Uiit, 7.20 am and 4.10 p no dally, except Sunday. For AimniKiIH. 7.0 and 1)00 a m, M 0,1. 4 01 and o.oo i m dally, oxcupt Huuday. Hundays, B.fOam and 4.10 pm. AtRXANllUTA Aim PTtHDEHICRSUUItG 11A1LWAY ANDAT.RXANDHIA AND WASHINGTON HAILUOAO. For Alexandria, o.oo, QA B. M, 0.47, 10 w a m, 12 oi nuon, a.ori. 4 W, 4 ai, o oi, s.os, io oi and 117 pm. OnhmidoTat 0 00. B. 10,9.47, 10.57 am i! 30, fl oi, b oi and to OS p m. For Kklinumd and tlio 8outti,00, 10 57 am dally and 4.35 p m dally, except Sunday. Train leavo Aloxandrla for WoMitiiktoi,, 0 05, 8 0o,9.lo;to.n, U07am, i.iw, 3 on, s.a.1, s.io, 7.05, 9.ai and 10.44 p m and U.15 mldnldbt, extent Monday. On bunday at S.on.9.10 and ll,07am,00, 5.10, 7.05, 9.S.', 10.U p m nnd Wlft nlitlit. Tickets and Information at tho office, north east corner oi 11th street and ronnijlvanla avenue, and at tlio station, wbcro order can be Iff t for tbo chucking or bAincaRo to dautl nation from lintels and residences. CUA8. E. I'UOll, J, iu WOOD. Oencral Manager. O.l'. A. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. Bchcdulo In effect July 25, 1S3T. Leave Washington from station, corner of New Jersey avenue and 0 street. For Chicago aud Northwest, express dally 10 Wi a.m., 0.40 p. m. For Cincinnati and St. Louis, express dally 3.15 and 9.40 p.m. For Pittsburg and Cleveland, osprcii dally 10.r5a. m., 8,55 p. in. For Lexington and Local Stations tlO.10 a in. For Philadelphia. Newark and Wilmington, 7.30 a. m., l. nnd 4 30 p. m. dally, express. For Intermediate points between Haiti more and 1'hlladeIphU, ti a. tn, and t4.3A p. ra. For bingcrly and Intermediate points, 3.16 p. m. roriiuiiimore, a, u.uu, u.iu, ivki, n.w.u.ia a. m., UMO, 1.25, 8.15 (ivmlnuto train), 3.30, 480,4.85,440, 5 90. 0 4 T.Ik), S.and ll.M p. m. bmidays. C !, 7 :w, 8.30, 0 41a. m., 125, luo.a.ao, 4.30, 4.40, 0.30,0.45, s.ss and 11.30 p.m. For Annapolis, 0.40 and 8 W a. m., 13.10 and 4.85 p. m OnHnndavH. t.0a. m., 4 40 p.m. I.eaio Annapolis G.4i), 8.0a. m., u.o 3.B0, C.to p, m, bundays, 6 30 a. m 4 10 p. ra. For Way Htatiom between Washington nnd Baltimore. 6. 0.40, 8.30 a. in., 13.10, 8 30,4 to, 0.45 and 11.30 p.m. On Sundays, 8.30u. to., 1.30, 8 30, 4 40, 0.4 And 11.30 p. in. For statlona on tho Metropolitan Itranoh, 1C.45 a. m., 4.40 p. m , for principal stations only: tiio 10 a. m., tao and 8A5 p. m. son bundav stops at all stations. For Clalthershurg andtntcrmcdlato points, IV ii) u. iu., Tiw r, in., tj .ii. n. m.dall r ur ihivu . nurcn irain 'epves asnmgton on nunaay only at 1.15 p. m., stopping at all stations on Metropolitan Uraneh. For Frederick, tl0.55 a. m.. 15,30 p.m. Sun days, 1.15 p.m. f or llagcMtown, tio.10 a m. and t5.S0 p. m, Traln-i arrh e from Chicago rlally CM a. m. and 4M p. m.; from Clntluuatl and M. Louli, dally 0 vo a. m. and 1.15 p. m.; from 1'lttsburg daily 7M a. in , 4.20 p. m. Iron. Thliadelphla, f 'hotter and Wilming ton, 10.45 a. tu., 3.05, a und 0.30 p. m. dally and 1 1.50 p.m. From Mngerly and intermediate points uuriu oi uuiiiuiort. iu u in. uaiiv. Tralna leavo Ilaltlmoro for Washington at 5 10, 0 ft), 7.30, 0, 0X5. 10 and 10 30 a. m , KM 5, 315,3,410, 5.03,0,0.30.7.4". 8.30 and 11 p. m. On Sundays, 0.30,0. 005,'lOa. m., 1.20,lM3, 4.10, 9 03, 020.7.4 S.'iO and 11 p. in. tExcept Sunday, D.illy. Daggafo called for and checked at hotels and resident"-) on orders left at ticket olUc-cs, 010 and Ull ra. avo. W. M. CLEMENTS. C. K. LOKD, Manager. (ton. Pais. Agent. PIEDMONT AIR LIKE, HCHEDULK IN EFFECT BEPT. 1, 1837. 8,30 a. in. Hart Tennessee mail dally for War ronton, Gordonsvtllo, Chirlotteivlllo, Lynchburg and station botweon Alexan dria and Lynchburg, Urlstol. Honnoke, Knoxvllle, Jiomo, Oalera, Montgomery and New Orlt-ans. Pullman blcoi-or Washington to New Orleans. 11:34 a. m. Fuat mall dally for Warrenton, ChnrloUo-ivUle, Gordonsvlllo, utatlons Chesapeake and Ohio route, Lynchburg, Hocky Mount. Danville and gluttons be tween Lymlibura and Uanvlllo, Greens boro, luiklgh, charlotte, Atlanta, Iilrm Ingham, Montgomery. NowOrloans, Texas nnd California. 1'uUman slooper New York to Atlanta, in connection with 1'uU man sleepers Atlanta to New Orleans, and Maun boudoir sleepers for Birmingham. Vickuburg and Hiroveport. ttolld trains Washington to Atlanta. Does not connect for C. and U. ronte points Sundays. 2;3Ji p.m. dally, except Sunday, for Manaisax, Mrusburg and Intermediate station.; Connect-, at Klvetton with a. V. It. It. for Lu ray, arriving 8 p m. B:30 p. m. Western cipross dally for Warren ton, Gordonsvtlle, Cbarlottosvllle, Louis villo, Cincinnati and bummer resorts on and near line of Chesapeake and Ohio route. Pullman bleepers and solid trains Washington to Louisville; also for Lynchburg, Urlstol. Chattanooga, Memphis, Llltlu Rock and alt bouth west ern iolnts. Through Pullman sleepers Washington to ilcmphH without change. 1 1 p.m, Niuthern express dally for Lynchburg, Danvlllojlalelgb, ABhevlllo, Charlotte, Co lumbia, Aiken, Augusta, Atlanta. Mont pomcry.NewOrleansjTexasand California, l'ultman .tdecpers Washington to o.ii veston, Tox., la Atlanta, Montgomery and New orloans. Palltnau aloopers Washington to Aiken, S, C .wlthoutchango THAIN3 ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO DIVISION Leave Washington :U a. m. dally, except Sunday, end 4.45 p. tn. dally, arrive Itound Hill 11:37 a. m. and 7:10 p, ra.j" return ing, leavo Hound 11111 tiflSa. m. dally and l'3u p. m. dally, except Snnda7, urrlvlu Washington 6:$) a. in. and 3:V p. m. 'through trains from tho BoutU via Char lotto, Danville and Lynchburg arrlvoln Wash ington tt:l0 a. to. and 6&t p. in.; vla.KuMt Ten nesco. Urlstol aud Lynchburg, at 10' n a. m. and 0:40 p. m.; via Cheapuake and Ohio routo and Charlottesville, 9.W V m. btro-iburg local 0:17 a. n. Tickets, sleeptng-car reservation and In formation fumfnbed and baggage choc hod at ofllco, l&W l'cnnxylvanlA avenue, and at Pas pencor btatlon, l'eunaylvunla H. It . ilxth and D streets. JAS. L. TAVLOU, General Paisengor Agent. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO ROUTE. (Newport News and Mlssl-slppI Valley Co.) bitiedulo IU ttfoct Juuu 3, lbb". Trains leavo Union Depot, blxlh and D sts. 10.&7 A. M.-For Nowport Now. 01l Point Comfort and Norfolk. Dally except Sun day. Arrh o In Norfolk 7:40 p.m. 11 'J I A. M. For Virginia bprlngs, stations on tho Chesapeake A- Ohio aud o!nta West. Dully except Sunday. Observu tloncar, Charlottesville tu Clifton rorgo, Ihrough Pullman Ituffet sleeping cars, Clifton Forgo to liOUlsvllle and bt, Louis, 6,ui P. M. Vast Western express dally, fcolld train, with 1'uUman Buffet sleeping cars to Loulsvlllo. Pullman service to Cin cinnati, bt. Louis, Memphis and Now Orleans OEkw, 613 Pennsylvania avenue. II. W FULI.Elt, (Jen. pus. Agent. a .a. :r :p E t 1 3XT a-s . GEO. WKjLNER Ha. in .toe a fall Una of carrmtlcra, al) aradp. OUcIoiIib, Cocoa and straw Mattlnea, Alao latest styles In AeU Paper, window Hhadea and Uurtala aoodi. wlr. Wlndon and Door Horocci. HUOtB LOW. Q3E30DROT3 WIX.XjIN-BIi U3 MINTU ITBIKT MOHTUWIST. MUSICAL INSTRUMENT?. HKNHY F MILLKIt liANlH-dKNO Mriunrti and til rlirlit. Tint mott t,iiu ful and perfect piano made, JN( F RU.m.t CO, MS I'a are n w, neir loihut GiUIMH(i(,AHRANIiri'ni(JlIT I'LISU I tho beft mollom crado iliin mnn J NO. V IM.I.f-4 .t. I i iwraarencirlOth t rEiinn sQUAnrcriANo, rxooon co-j TT CItlon, with stool and enver, at a Iw J N(l. K Kf.l.IrA.t CO. ... 107 Paare. near IQilmt rDB1l ItAIlYfiUANI) 1'IANO, IM (lUUt IT condition, wlih ntool.ni.a hintatn. INO F.KLUSA,(f, 137 1'a qvo, imar loth st UrmmiT mano?, a lahoe assort went, very lltttn d, at low prieo. .TNii. r. KU.td&ro. D.ff 1'it are. niMir mtn t. )IANOS rnit HKNT AT M()Iir.lt.TE prices, Alf-o lofeil. Tuned and lti paired. .INO. F lil.LlHACo, . ti 17 I'a nvo. imy lm h wt NEWrTANOM, 80.UAItB, tJPKIOIIT ASH Orand, at moderate prlcoi and cair terms. Old Instrument, taken In imrt itar ment for new. .INO. F. KM.ls .t to Pffraavo.npqr lotli t S!n w-miEii riANosi iujskoo V'luW rami carre-l Icri; ?ij octave, wltii handsome stool and enter. .1NO.F. HLLlSArn, - .. JnJLiy'0 fLW( n2'H W' "t S'lnM IKCKK 1H103,' ItWIGW(H)l) 0)J onto, carved lea.lH octave; Orjnd tiquarc, ultli fine atmil and coor. .INO v i:Li.rs.trn 917 Fft avn n w, pear lotti t. CrCf HTK1NWAY A hON'H it(HE 00J wood caw, 7 ootfto. with stool .INO. 1'. KLt.IS.tri, W7 Pa avo n w. near lot h't DZUW Mib Hon', and other Pianoi.iii Itood condition, with utool and cover. INO. V KI.MSACO.. WraaTon w.no.iriotlmt. $1 r( "IIAIinilllV, KIINN ih CI.AUK. vl wW Lmeron and other Mantis, rnul and cover Included. .INO F Ct.l.tS.l(!rt 0T7 I'a avo n w. near loth nt. Q1U I riSCIIUKANDOTIiril TIAN03 SJUU J NO. F. I.LLI4 &CO, 017 I'ttft.on w, near loth at. 11AMSF0UIICNT (KXHI8TOUK: MOD- jl .'ruiuprii.'vs. .ino r KLLiAA-rn. mr l'i at nil w. ne ir loth tt. FANCY -GROCERIES. Ilorae-madc Preserves anfl Jelly KNfll.lSl! ,1AM", tethlelipm Eiickwhoat, Chulcn llunoy, llazcn'H Maple Kynip. Finest Mlneo Meal, Plum 1'uddtng and tho wt Flour tn thu w'irld . Pull aaortmcnt of Now I'mlf nml Vnfa liiFtrcrehcd. .1. 11. ItltYAN a- into,, mis retina avo n w npposlto Metropolitan Hotel STATIONERY. RIDER & ADDISON, Wholesale and Ketall Dealers In rAmt, IlLANK UOOK8AND8TATIONERV, No, 31 1 8th st n w, near Pa aro. Orders or roquctd for-nuotatloD given rer sonal attention, and satisfaction guaranteed in prlco and quality. EASTON & KUPP, Corner l'enna. A, e. ami 13tli St. T. w. WlilTINQ TADS. WniTINO TADLErS. ENVELOPE? TO MATCn, For Mcrelianta. Ilanbers. Lawyers Tourists and Ellto Corropondenpo, CAHI) ENOnAnNQ AND PrtlSTINa. DtANK imoKs. iir.ANK lmnKi, HOTELS AND RESJAUnANTS. HOTEL WINDSOR. STRICTLY riEST-OLASS. Corner 15th St, and New York Avenue, FINEST LOCATION IN TUB CITY HAIUUS IIOU.HR, AMEHICAN PLAN, Penna, ave., near nth st.. Washtncton D. C fiWANI PBUDAY. Special rates to parties and permanent guests JOHN H.-HAitftlb. lYoprlutor. rason per Elevator. TXTILLABD HOTEL, YY WASH1NOTON. D. 0. O O Staples.Iato of Thousand Ial. Hoase.Prop. GXLBI3Y IIOU8E, EUROPEAN PLAN, Corner llrondway mid 30th Street, NEW YORK CITY. JAlVXKtl U. BKKSL1NS HKU. Proprietors. s- r. JAMK3' llOTia, BUltOPBAN TLAN, eixtb street ana Pennsylvania avesns. L. WOOUJIUUY, Proprietor. DUl'ONT 1IOUHC, Cor. 17th and Corcoran sts. n. w.. Is open forguesn, where they can obtain de lightful apartments, single nr en aulte, fur nished or untarnished; also tahlo hoard; rates very moderate 22JDHLI'S MUSIC HALL M RESTMJMHT. (Formerly Abner's), e &T., bet. rrn and trrn. Meals served tablo d'hote and a la carte. Tho handomo dancing hall can ho rented for bulls, parties, oto, at any tlmo. HElXlTA.3Sr EDEL, - IYnprletor. j. n. iiunaEss. l j. woollen. BURGESS & CO., Wholesale and Retail 0-3TST:Em. XDB3POT 435 loth. St.N. IV. (Near Oal Office) Select Ovstcrs a BpccUlty. 10 cents a Plato. SOLARl'S HOTEL and HESTAURAHT, PENNA AVE., BET. Urn and 15tu sts. Washington, D. C. CSOLA1U, Proprietor. Flno dinner parties a spociaUy. Ucud quarters Empire Ciub. THE EBBITT: WABniNOTON, D O, AHMY & NAVY IIEADQ0AETEES lUl'U 1IHJ.X 1IUK LSt'il'U TCT(MHf3.00 and ,1.00 par I.7, CHAMBERLIN'S RESTAURANT. FOIt laADIES AND OENTLEMKN. Htl H:i nml n-5 fr'in.'enlli Mtreet. A LADIES' IISSTAUIUNT. Tfie must KxqnUlte Cnlnlue la Wash lngtou, Arranpemonts can be made for Jteeep- Uona, lllnuer orTheatre turtles. Vttiea, 1.1 (j u or nd CordUls by tba bottle or 1K0C JOHN F. CUAMIIKHUN. TUlir KXCHANGK, A Nil ItKSTAUItANT, Cor, titli nt. and l'u avo, SAM'S A I'lKllIlK lUll'SK, j Corner luth Htid K ats. Hrst-clas accommodationa for and transient guests. La les: and Gents' Cafe attached. lla.es moderate. STEflMBOAlS. ti:iutiNt KOUNT VKHNHNI KUUNT VIUS.' M" Bteamer W. W. COKtXIKAN Leaves Vtli-it. Wharf dall rU'XcrlHbuAte,. r MOL.NT lillNON. At 10 o'clocfc a. ro. retnralna, r.iebtt. Wa-t lli.Uia altnnl I Q n. n JAS. H.lVEoGli-L DEALEP.IS BniLumafPlTUEM, D08to U14 Q etrect nurlnwel cult Natlun. K.fii. Arm ArrMtecttiral Iron Wor Content, Plane Hro iirlct, rtra Clar. Wall 61t, l-alnts. o-.u Qlaas. etc. Al'CTION SALES. On -Novi.nttif.K -in. oelork p. m , by tlrtn t trtit reeordt-d In 1i1.it T 1I1H7. n ti:t' Iffni til IhS do .I of r T .. If . -.. Ii ni folio lift, nml nt thifMin. "f i' tin hot'ler or tlin liehtMneFS tt iy - ur. 1, I .-hill otTirat pnblh nnrtlon. in fr if of itiopreii hen. lot 1. Affl-rirj'rt "iih'lli,'litiof origin 1 iotlf. In icitmrotlkl, In Wtithli nn,ti C Ttrmn All tah: fvidown -itifi ,ni "t of riirclntcr to fully comply wit.iin l'id.r4 thertafter, nnd lo bear ull ep-nmim . vi iitttirliiD unit liirfiFilrtiii-j nllinrwl j l-(atJt. HIiICIlCU. J)lHi:MPT-nriV SAI.K ok rtsvs lH'ILllINd U)T ON EAST OAFITll. tiTi:fiT. NCAH 1 ITfl HTitSKT HAST On BATtTItKAV ATE!WCrN. NOV 1U. nt 4 30 o'clock, wo will sell, In front ot tlio irrmlae-t, LOT in, HtjUAltn 10.1H, fronting M feet on KAfiT UAPimh STHP.Gr, with n depth of Mo twt to a TO foot alHy. 1'ropdty In thlB location la rapidly enhancio atid worthy tho attention of th'me dcIrltiit to Invent. firms: Ono-thlrd eash, bilaneo In 1 nnd a yenrtt, noies toliwirO per ecnt intera-t from duy of -nln. tiiirabio eml annmilly, and to la si curtd by deed of trtut, or all rnn, at optlo-i of punhnwr conveyanpimr. etc, at pur fhnmr'aeoHt. $" itetxinlt at time of date. Term to b compiled with In 10 days, other wUo right rcMrvti to rcnll atrlik anlcit of default Ing purcharr after llvo days' publlo imtlcn of wich riftilfl In some newspapor pub Hntud In Wa-lilnvlnti, I) c UUMCANhON IHWM. Auctloneer- "! KO, W. HTICIC.M.V, Anrttnaeer. TitrsTEKs hali: oTnn'-iuAr.LE tjnim i'lfOVKD PHOPEtlTV ATTIIK Noitni WKKTCrilCNKlt UP 1ITH AND O STd, feOUTHCAf-T. Fy vlrtneof a deed of trtut duty recorded InhVrNu Ml. rollii 4l.ot poq., tt the land rceiirdiof tho Dldtrlct of Columbia, and at in rtquesioirnopuny senureu itierony, ue ftmlt having been made In thopuym-aat of the nuto therein dc-erlbod and thu Interest thi-rroti, we will pell, nt puhlto nuctlon.ta front of the treml-ei, on SATITKIUV, No nmber the lilni-tcetith, A I) !W7t at half pnM I o'clock p. m . nil of lot numbered ono (l),ln Niuaro numbered one thouiniil and fortf -three noil). Tcrmn1 One-third caili, balance tn ono and twojcnrD.at hx p r cint tntorr-it, or all ctih. ut tbo option of the punthuier. A do u of tion will lm icnuired at timi of Bale. If tiTtnuofsaieMre tidt compiled with tn ten day after sale Umi properly my bi retold at the rUk and cot of dpfmiting purchaser o'i ono Week's publlo nut l.-o. OKOJKJF. TUUnVJRLT J. Al)IJiUUIiJK"I.I Trnsce-i. EDUCATIONAL. DUAUlNf! KCIIOOI,-Arrlitt-Ttiiril, Met lianlcal and l'erpartlvo Drawing tin Mondav antt Wednesday evenings, from 7 tot) Apply on rlannlifhtn. or frnniitotW to (1RO. II. PHRM'S, UR P t-1, 31 Hor. rENCERfAjr iimiNE?grjOLLEaR cor. M'CUUtiXiSb jw-i tin.qruirterlyi,' Graduates al- ntrmflin frm nn rxnalL ll. n. npinrvit. u 6mCEU, Yica tUaapaT. Academy of the Holy Cross, 1312 MASS. AVE. N. Will rcsamo first Monday in September. It af fords every fat lllty for ucgulrlng a thorough; and necompllithud education. Tho musical department! emhraclng Harp, Piano, organ, (uttar, Iianjo and Mandolin. Is dlrcctod by thoroughly accompllsbcd teachers. Painting In Luxtro, oil and Wattr Colors. Special at tention paid to liookkoeplngand tho Higher Mathcmutles. Attached to the academy Is a Department for Llttlo Hoys. rplIK IIOYH' KNOI.IR1I AND CI.ASSI J CAL IIKJII HCIKIOL will ronrmence ltl nineteenth year BEIT. Y), In North Bessioa room of Ir. Sandcnand'tt Church, Uoys thor oughly fitted for any of the Higher Institu tions of Learning or for HunlnnM. Its gradu ates have taken high rank at Harvard, Vale, lirown. Hart mou tli. Princeton. Dickenson, Cornell, Lehigh, Michigan University, Wett Point and Annapnlln. tfjwclat attention paid to Engihh llranohttt. For particular-) and testimonials of rnunv of our heat citizens, ad dress J. W. HUNT, 717 Irving st n w. MARTYN'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 013 HIXTlt BTKKKT N, W., Near City rostoftlco. Fall opening Hept. 1.1. Catalogues, free on a, pllnitlon at College ofllco, on first floor, Iiom 9 n in. tn 0 p. m , or Ly mall. X. (J. MAltTYN, rnuklent. O. K.UKNKK.A .M C. E., Principal. PAWNBROKERS. LASKEY'S Loai Office, Noi 361 Pennsylvania Ave. N. W., WABUINGTON, D. C. Money Loaned on Gold and Silver Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Pistols, Uuns, Mechanical Tools, Ladles' and Gentlemen's Wearing Ap parel. Unredeemed plodges for salo. tu,i ;ii.i a hii,vi:k iioi;fiiT. PROVISIONS. (1IHCLK MAIIKKT. IlHT-Iug Par j chaed the stock and good-will of Circle Market, comer of Vt. ave, and L st., we earn cstly solicit tho liberal patrona.ro given our preueeeKsors, and. by malting euch addition to stoik as the demand may require, with careful attention to business and prompt de livery ot ordorn, hope to give aaiUfactlon to all who patronize us. Konpoct fully, b. L. WILLETT A H. U. UWYNNK, Buccessors to T. H. Brooke A Co. BOOTS AND SHOES. BO Y01T MOW That thero Is as much difference In shoes as In corner lots r You go to a cheap hotel and niv !S cents for a. noor dinner, whlla atan other you pay JJfor a good one, As a rule, you nay the high priced is tho best, bocau-ie l( was of better quality and better cooked. So With SHOES. You ran't make pool shoe out Your Lesson Ik learned tn thli way it is rarely ever forgot' Un Haven't you often beeu tempted to pun base chtMip tthoei that loikod all tho world as well as higherrrlied goods! If, how ever, you want to put your money where It will tin tho moHt chk1, take ur advice and huy nothing but Reliable, Well-Made Shoes Geo. W. Rich, 717 Market Space, Ktcps,and,nur;word forlt.vi n.Hnntk mf.u Owuggefiilon. lluputsho. pt''- nuiiih;! "lunt tor 10c, PINE SHOES Of tvery description, snlfaod to Hie wants ot all. btylli'h, (luraDio, conioituh.o and per feit titling Mado especially for us by tbo bct raanufac Hirers Wo carry a large htocS nertry department and seldom fall tn suit ing a tufctomer. DALTON tt STRICKLAND, Wablilnston, D. c One-Prico Shoe Store. A. L. HAZELTON, 4'4 Seventh street. InderOiM Foil. w' Uall. UurtN Flno Shoes f..r l mile i ve laity IViH lUlhM 031 ra. are. rant. i .... a lot of Floe Booea, raj own make, 'i.ui l '11 cell at a bargain, Glw ma a uliU. c "-fti"Vl ' "l;S,lxV'PlJ iauiuuici z vc.iTi innrcimnrr cmtimtrnj ViiADfpfen WyMtVlriUied tot brlctbacG tfLurfkny titifr. Jear AtjbXfrsT or mtmimrlinSVvdrantaL wnjs MCrVklOHaimbttntl ralwflt cimmxaftn lTliiDJhC;t.UU . II.