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THE WASHINGTON OKITIO, T1IUHMDAY BVKNIH4), DKUKMKtilt 1, IHH
WASHINGTON CRITIC
" VABlUN6r6N, bUctiUbku 1,181.
TUB TWO HOUHI.H.
Twill overtask thousand men,
With ill their strength and skill,
To bulla my Lord era Now Year's ire
lis cutis on the hill i
"Tien Uka two thousand," uld my Lord.
"And labor with a will,"
Thty wrought, these slid two thousand
men
But Ions era winter gloom,
W y Lord bid found a smaller house,
And dwelt Id one dark roomi
And one man bo lit It lo one day,
W title tbe bella rang ding, door, boom I
Ebut op tbe door 1 abut up tba door I
Boat up tbe dcor till Doom 1
Cbarlei Mackay.
TUB RA1LUOAD SITUATION,
IT hat Barret to Make It Interesting
nod the Outlook Cheerful.
Certain events bate occurred, eays the
New York Sun, aa for Instance:
Tbe Read I ok Kill road baa been taken out
of ruin tod bankruptcy and rehabilitated.
l&atead of an annual deficit of millions, It
will next year brglu the payment of a
dividend of four per cent, per annum on lta
capital atock.
The Union Pacific has been coarerted
from bankruptcy Into a flourishing property
of great weilth and extraordinary proa-
Sects. The vexed question of Ha enormous
ebt to the Government la aubstantlally
settled by tba Faclflc Railroads Commission,
which will recommend tbalaiueof a 3 per
cent, bond for tbe amount a wise and
equitable determination of a very disturb
ing and embarrassing question. It will
leave tba road free and able to pay divi
dends to Its stockholders next year.
Tba Jersey Central baa been rescued from
bankruptcy, reorganised and restored to
tba rente of sound and well conducted con
cerns. Tba Northern Pacific system has under
gone a practical reorganization, and baa
passed Into tbe control of a wlso and con
servative administration.
Tbe Pennsylvania K&llroad, after a few
months' experience of the Interstate Com
merce act, finds Itself able to Increase Its
dividends, snd baa done so.
ThaEaltlmore and Ohio baa passed out
of the control of a fooMa, reckless and
dangerous management Into tbe bands of
oneof the most competent railroad men In
tbe country. It will pay regular and earned
u.tiucdui ncreBiier.
Tbe New York Central, under Mr. De
pew'i direction, baa Just made the best
statement that tt has Issued In ten years.
Tbe Erie Railroad, under tbe management
of John King, Is, to alt Intents and purposes,
rtbutlt from one end to tba other, with
curves straightened and bridges Improved,
and Its forthcoming report will make a bet
ter showing to lta stockholders than they
have ever seen before.
Add to tba foregoing facta the earnings of
all the railroads for the year, tbe present
condition and prospects of the Southern
lines, tba ending of tbe telegraph war, (he
atate of the coal trade, the tendency of na
tlODal legislation already clearly fore
sbhdowed, and tba condition of Europe, and
we may be permitted to remark that the
buttness situation Is the most Interesting
that baa been known In tbts country since
1SC0.
GENERAL NEWS K0TE3.
Advices from Stanley, Choctaw Nation,
reporta tbe killing of a man named Ward
by one Martin yesterday.
Senator Stanford of California la about
to Import skilled laborers from Bordeaux
to replace tbs Cblncae now working In his
Tlneyarde.
Tbe blowing off of tbe top of avulcan
JzerlnDr. H.U Johnson's dental labora
tory, In Reading, Fa , yesterday, resulted
Id fatal Injuries to Harry Delnlnger, a pol
isher, aged 13 years.
Captain George Denbsm of the British
steamer Ocean King, from London, while
bathing Id New Orleans Tuesday, struck
Lis bead In diving against some bidden ob
atrucUonand broke his neck.
Ellsha Bacon, wholesale dealer In wines,
New York, made an assignment yesterday.
Mr. Bacon baa been In the wloe business
elnceM870, and wan jrevlouslylnthe ship
chandlery trade aa Russell, Bacon & Co.
Tbe failure of R.T. Rslev. a broker, was
announced In tbe Philadelphia Stock Ex
change yesterdsy, and a amall amount of
atock was sold under the rule for his ac
count, Mr. Raley waa a amall trader.
At Amboy, a email village In Blue Earth
County, Minn., yesterday, a farmer named
Clow shot and fatally wounded bla wife
and then committed suicide. Tbe pair bad
separated on account of f amlly troubles.
Mayor O'Brien waa renominated by tbe
Boston Democrats yesterday. lion Na
thaniel J. Bradfee, the citizens' nominee
tor May t r, baa withdrawn from tbe canvass
In favor of Hon. Thomas N. II art, the Re
publican nominee.
In Kllxabetb, N. J., yesterday, Judge Mc
Cormlck sentenced John M. Jackson and
Horace and Lewis Van Nest, tbo Flatnfie'd
fire bugs. Jackson, who pleaded guilty to
three Indictments, to State prison tor fifteen
years, tbe Van Nests for five years
An appeal to tbe Supreme Court of
North Carolina baa been granted In tbe
case of Btcpben Freeman, a negro, who was
recently found guilty of committing an aa
eault upon Mrs. 8 1 11 era, white, and waa
sentenced to be hanged December 23.
The commissioners appointed at the last
session of Ccnzreia to select a alte for a new
I os to Dice In Han Francisco report that tny
cannot obtain a site for tbe amount appro
priated for the purpose, $350,000. They rec
ommend tbat the appropriation bo In
creased to $350,000.
Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia was on
Tuudsy the recipient of a check for $3,100,
Ibeglft of a oumbtr of Catholics of nts
archdiocese, who wished to give aubstao-
tlal evidence of their esteem for the bead of
tbo church In tbat city on the eve of his do
lnrtuie on bla visit to tbe Pape.
Tbe National Association of Flint Glasa
Manufacturers bave adopted a new scale of
wegea wbtch will ba presented to tbe work
men on January 8, sod u It is not accepted
the factories, throughout the country will
rltiedowo." Tbe basis will bo tbe semi as
tbe one In operation tbe past year. The
emalojes say tbey will not eUu unless their
aeaochllon is recognized.
fura Ilardlif, a colored teamster atXenta,
Ohio, murdered bh wife and probably fa
tally wounded a couple of men last night.
Ilardlu first attacked James Butler, another
teamster and bis former partner, cutting bis
tbroat from ear to, ear. Ills father-la law,
John Fisher, attempted to control him and
was cut bslf a dozen times, the Jugular Yolo
and tbe windpipe being laid bare.
A deed waa filed In New York yesterday
tianaferrlng tbe 0-jcar-old boy of Jane
Chung Wing, an American woman who mar
ried a Chinaman, to Ab Doc and Mra. Ah
Doc, who are fo bava tbe cut tody of the
itlld until It la 21 years of age. Mrs. Wing's
t blntie husband ueeeiled btr, and bho lug
since nsu to support ner rour cnuateu ino
Ah Due are quite wealthy. Tbe foroidl
totieldcratton for tba child was $1.
Ben Cuetey and Chsrles A. Logaa of Ox
ford Jucctlon, Iowa, were rival suitors for
ttidbandbf Elizabeth Wat era tin, 17 yor
eld Tbejtwomeu rant at the girl's home
Tuesday, when a desperate encounter eu
sued, tbe victor t" have tba prize. CusldV
vaa finally successful, driving bts rival off
at tbe point of a revolver. Logan was the
favorite with tbe girl, and Tuesday after
noon eho sent a bullet through her heart.
Sometime a'ocea movement wsa Bet ou
foot at Macon, Us , to ralso by popular
eubicrlptlon a Jeff. Davis fuud, but it has
beeu abandoned at tbo rtqutst of Mrs.
Davis, wtio bus writ tou a 1 utter In whluo,
rue tbstika her Mends for tbelr Mud ef
forts, but deprecates the accoinpllibinontof
it. She adds: "Botti my daughter and 1
rtve iccUved an education which would
ttnijd Instead of mooey acre everj thing to
le swept away, and we would not beciioi
lettable under IbU incn'ed obligation to
Ibite ttbotmeiitvina Lir greater boa to
wy butVaLd olruaJy- tLtlr iicarta."
A Tlirouj; of Children.
Irsnklo .fc Co, propiletors of ''The
Fair" on Seventh street, bad announced
that toy would be gtvuu away to children
last evenlog. The result wsa that the
a'reet neartbe store was crowded with
children and the police were called to dis
perse tbo throng. Several children were
burl In tbe cruEb.
U oiu ut i mi a Her IMxeuseH
le tbo title of a large Illustrated treatise by
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y sent to toy
iddress for ten cents In stamps U teaches
successful t elf-treatment,.
TIIK FIFTIETH VONaKESS.
Benators ami lie pre Ren tat Ives, With
Their City Add re Men,
The following la a complete list of tbe
Senators and Representatives who are now
In Washington, with tbelr residences, as re
ported to the poatofncee at tho Capitol J
lENATOns.
Allison, W. B , la., 1124 Vt. ave.
Aid rich, N. W R. I., Arlington.
Keck, J. H., Ky., Ebbltt.
Bate, W. B., Tenn.. Ebbltt.
Blackburn. J. C.S., Ky Ebbltt.
Berry, J. ll.. Ark,. National.
Butler, M. C.. S U., 1731 P n. w.
Cohe.Illcbard, Tex., National.
Cameron, J. D , Pa., 21 Madison Place.
Cockreil. F. M., Mo., 1018 R n. w.
Call, Wllkloaon, Fla.. 1003 N n. w.
Cullom, 8. M., Ill , 1403 Mans. ave. n. w.
Chandler. W. E., N. U., U21 1 n. w.
Dawes, U. L .Massl, 1033 R. I. ave.
Davis, O. K , MIon., 1700 10th at. n. w.
Dolpb, J. N , Oregon, 8 Jackson Place.
Edmunds, Oeorge F,, VL, Sill Mass, tyt,
Evarts, W. M., N. Y., 1C01 K n. w.
Eustta, J. B., La., 1701 N n. w.
Frje.W. P., Me., Hamilton,
(ilbson, R. L, La., IT13 R. X. ave.
Oray, Oeorge, Del. -Gorman,
A? P.. Md . 1403 K n. w.
Hale, Eugene. Me., 01710th at.
Hoar, U, F., Mass., 133S K st. n. w.
Ilawlry, J, R.Oonn., 1514 K at. n. w.
Harris, I. G , Tenn., 13 First n. e.
IngaRi.J.J., Kan.,lBn. w.
Jones, J. K , Ark., 019 M n. w.
Kenna. J. E., West Vs., 140 B n. a.
Morrill, J. S . Vt., 1 Tbomaa Circle.
Mandereon, C. F., Neb , Portland Flats.
Mitchell, J. II., O., Ebbltt.
Morgan, J, T , Ala , 113,1st st. n. a.
Mcpherson, J. It., N. J., lOli Yt. ave.
n. w.
Piatt, 0. 11., Conn., 4 Bo. a.
Palmer, T. W., Mich., 1433 K at. n. w.
Paddock, A. a , Neb., Portland.
Pasco, B., Ala , Metropolitan.
Pugh, J. L.. AU . 133,1 It n. w.
2uay, M. S , Pa, 1518 K at. n. w.
Reagan, J. II., Tex., 232 3d at n. w.
Stewart, W. M., Nev.. 1707 R. I. ave.
Sabln, D. M , Minn., 1 Iowa Circle.
Sawyer, P., Wis., 1W.H at.n. w.
Sherman, John. O , 131U K.
spooner, J. C, Wis., SU.n.w,
Turple David, Ind., 134 Mass. ave. n.e.
Teller, II, M , Colo., SOI N. Captal.
Voorhees,D W., Ind , Windsor.
Vnt. U. a . Mo.. 1304 P n. w.
Walthall, E. U , Miss., Arlington.
BEmeaEMTATIVES.
Tba Members of tbe House In the city are
located as follows:
Anderson, C. L., Mies., 1017 15th st, n. w.
Anderson. J. A., Kso., 1311 F st,
Allen, J. Al., Mls., Arlington. ,
Abbott. Joseph, Tex., 803 U st. n. w.
Barry, F. G , Mies., Ebbltt.
Blanchard, N. C, La., 213 N. Capitol.
Blind, It. P., Mo., 143(1 Q at.
B rower, J. it , N. C, Metropolitan.
Biggs, Marlon, Cal 310 C.
Blount, J, U (la,, Metropolitan.
llrecklnrldee, W.O. P., Ky.
Brown, 0. E., O., 1331 II st.
Browne, I. M Ind., 1333 1 at, n. w.
Bootbman, M. M., 0 03 11 st. o. e.
Bowen, II , Vs., Metropolitan,
Belmont, Perry, N. Y.
Bryce, L. B , N, Y.
Baker, C. 8., N. Y.
Breckinridge, C. R., Ark , 21S N. Capitol.
Bynum, W. D.t Ind., 1010 11 et. u, w.
Bucbanan, Jaa , N. J., 307 E. Cap.
Craln, W. U. Tex., 125 B a e.
Cannon, J. G. M., Wlllard's.
Campbell, T, J., N. Y.f Congressional
Hotel.
Cblpman, J. L. Mlcb , National Hotel.
Cutcbeon, B. M , Mlcb., 1400 Peon. ave.
Carlisle, J. G., Ky,, Rlggs.
Carutb, A, G., Ky., Eobltt.
Crisp, Charlea FGa , Metropolitan.
Cobb, Jamea E., Ala", Metropolitan,
Culberson, D. B., Tex , Metropolitan,
Cbcadle, J. B., Ind., 413 Oth at. n. w.
Catch Inge, Thos. C Miss , Metropolitan.
Conger, JB. 11.. la., Wlllard's,
Dockcry, Alex. M., Mo.. Wlllard's,
Dubois, F. 8., Idaho, 1230 13th at. n. w,
Darlington. S., Penn., 1800 Mass. ave.
Ermenirout, D., Penn., 315 E. Cap. at.
Elliott, Wm., 8. C, Metropolitan.
Farquhar. J. M., N. Y., 813 12th st. n. w.
Ford, M. II., Mich., National.
Fitch, A. P., N. Y.,
Flnley, II. F , Ky., 1011'lStb st.
Forney, W, u., Ala , Metropolitan.
Fuller, W. E., la , Wlllard's.
FIsber,B.O., Mlcb., 1707 R.I. ave.
xeiion, u. n., uai., unamoerim'a.
GliTord, O. G., Dak , National.
Glover, J. M., Mo., M01 Conn ave.
Gear, J. H., la , Ebbltt.
Grimes, T. W., Ga Metropolitan.
Hare, S., Tex., Metropolitan.
Huttoo, John E. Mo., National.
Hunter, W. G Ky., Ebbltt.
Herbert, II A., Ala., Metropolitan.
Hovey, A. P., Ind.. 215 E. Cap.
Henderson, J. 8 , N. O., Metropolitan.
Hooker, O. E , Miss., St. Jamea.
Heard, J. T Mo , S14 N. J. ave. n. w.
Hermao, B., Ore., National.
Httt, R. R , III.. 1507 K n. w.
Holmes, A. J., la., Wlllard's.
Hopkins, S T., N. Y., 1503 U D. W.
iocnsion. j. i,, inu. -
Jackfon, O. L., Pa., G13 13th st.
Kt-rr, Daniel, la., Wlllard's.
K lice re, C. II.. Tex., Metropolitan.
Lanbam, S. W. T, Tex ,UJ11 N. Y. ave.
LafToon, P., Ky., National.
Lee, W. II, F.. Va.. Ebbttt.
Ljman, Jos., la , Windsor.
Lodge, Henry Cabot, Mass., 1337 10th et.
McDonald, J. L , MIon.. 1751 M n. w.
McAdoo, Wm.. N, J.. 10301 et. n. w.
Moore, L. W., Tex., 310 U at. n. w,
Mate on, C. C. Ind., 1030 R. I. ave.
McCrcary, J. B., Ky., Rlgga.
Malsb, Levi, Penn , 1510 81st st. n. W.
Mansur, Charles II., Mo ,471 Get. n. w.
McSbene, John A., Neb., Wlllard's.
Mills, R. Q.Tex., 1115 O etn.w.
Mason, W, E.t 111., 810 13th at.
Montgomery, A. B , Ky., Rlggs House.
Martin, W. HTex., &!i 3d u. w.
Neil, J. R., Tonn.. National,
Newton, C, La., National.
PIdcock, J. N., N. J.. NaUonal.
Peters, 8. K., Kan., Natlonsl.
Phelan. James, Tenn ,1010 10th at.
Oatea, W.C.AIa., Rlzgs.
O'Neal). J. It., Ind., National.
Outhwalte, J. II., O.. Hamilton.
O'Ferrall, Cbas. T., Va., 810 13th st.
Robeitson, E. W., La , Metropolitan.
Rusk, Harry W., Md.,
Richardson, J. D., Teon., National,
Ryan, Tbomaa. Kao , National.
Rica, Edmund, Minn., Rlggs.
Randall. 8. J , Pa , 130 O et. a. o.
Rodgcrs, J. II., Ark., 1303 It.
fibaw, Frank T., Ud., National.
Sptnula, F. B., N. Y., Arllnctoo.
Snyder, Charles P., W. Va .NaUonal.
Stewart, John D.,Qa, Metropolitan.
Stablnerker, W. G., N. Y., Woodmont.
Stone, W. J., Mo , 1311 II at. n. tv.
bblvely, B. F., Ind.. National.
Beney, O. E.,0, Rlgva.
Smith, M. A., Ariz, 717 14th.
Scott, W. L., Pa , Chatnborlln'a.
Sannr, J. G ,N. Y.,34 Grant Piace.
Stcckdalc, T. R . Miss., Metropolitan,
Springer, W, M , III., 43 B s. o.
'1 null ce, W. P., Ky., 3-?J A n. e.
Thomas, J. IL, 111 , Ebbltt.
Taylor, J. D., O , Hamilton.
Thompson, T. U.Cal., 113717th st. n. w.
Townabeud, R. W 111, Ricgs.
Tbomnion, A. C , Ohio, 210 North Cap
itol et.
Toole, J. K.. Moo , 1340 1 n. w.
Turner, E. J., Kao., Natlonsl.
Vandevir, Wm , Cal , Wlllard's.
ViiDce, It. J , Conn , Rlggs.
Voorbees. O 8 , W. T 1033 L.
Walker, J. P., Mo, 03J Mat.
Wade, W. H , Mo., 1203 O. n. w,
Wbtttborne, W.C., Tenn.. Ebbltt.
Wllkloe, Hurl tb, Uhlo, 130S F n. w,
W llqp, Thomas, Minn., Arlington.
Williams, E. 8., O., Kbbltt.
Wat hlDgton. J, E., Tonn , &, Iowa Circle,
Woodburn, Wm , Nev., 810 13th u. w.
Waitni, Wabash Q., WajUck, 1CJ7 IM.
ave n. w, by s. e,
Wbltlpg, J. R., Mlcb., 1537 Pat.n.w,
Yoder,8. 8., O., 3131st. n. w.
1 uk e been deaf lo one ear ten years, and
Esrtlally deal In the other for two months;
svo been treated by ear specialty doctors
and received no benefit, Having used Ely'a
Cresin Halm for about a mouth, I find my
self greatly Improved, and can boar well. I
bud alio natal catarrh, with dropping of
mucous Into my tbroat and pain over my
ejee, which troubles also have entirely ills
appearid. 1). B. Yates, Upper Lisle,
Broome Co , N. Y.
Mlderiiey ntry t uisoua."
Fresh Alderney butter, cbumod every
morning and delivered In 4 lb. "Ward"
prints, 40c, per lb. Also cottage cneoso,
buttermilk and sect uUlf, 5c. per qt.
Cream, 15c per pt.
THIS COI.OHED Sit HIT.
Styles That Are Worn Ity the Codes
and Swells of Donton.
Tbe wblta shirt Is no longer en regie. It
tnnst bo colored usually In stripes with
a collar of anowy linen. The very latest
just Imported has three colore dark red,
light pink and blue running vertically In
stripes about one Inch la width; colored
cuffs attached and wblta collar. Another Is
of wblta pique running horizontally and
between each two ribs of tba pique a nar
row thread of varl-colored silk Tba favor
ite ablrt of our most distinguished local
doda la cresmcolored with salmon hued
polka dots of silk. Another kind la made of
light rose plane, with little dots of white
silk floss sprinkled through It, A short
time sgo enlrta with stripes one andoae
balf Inches broad, of bright strawberry and
light blue, were regarded as tbe correct
thing, and could only ba obtained to order
at fabulous expense; but tba cbesp furnish
ing goods sbpps brought them out, and tbe
trade In them was killed. ,
A shirt that la worn a great deal by swell
men lu Boston bis three narrow lines of
black running close together across tbe
bosom st Intervals of four Inches. Dress
shirts must open In front as do all shirts
nowadays snd must bave a narrow atrip of
embroidery running down the middle edge
The embroidery la done by band, and la very
fine. Such shirts cost $7 a piece. Pale
green pique shirts are exceedingly swell,
and cost 80 adoaen. Some of them bava
large white silk figures worked Jn. Bos
ton Herald,
Mplnner'ei Artlatt a'alntlnft-M
A magnificent collection of paintings
from tba brush of our prominent artist, Mr,
L. P. Bpinnrr, Is now on exhibition at Wal
ter B. William a & Co 'a auction store, cor
nerTentkatreet and Pennaylvanla avenue.
Bala to commence this evening at7 o'clock.
Twrntyfive of bla most desirable paintings
will be offered to tbe highest bidder.
IllHchonT Concerts).
Tbo season ticket ealo opens with a clean
sheet at Ellis & Co.'e to-morrow morning
at 8 o'clock. Bee adv,
FINANCIAL Aim COMMERCIAL.
retro I earn
B. K. Plain & Co., St. Cloud Building,
furnish tba following OU quotations:
Closed yeeterday, 74: opened to-day, 74;
hlgheat, 741; lowest, 73J; 3.15 p. m.,742
Hew York Stock Market.
The following have been furnished by
A. Macglll & Co., bankers and brokers, 51u
Beventh street northwest:
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3 45
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1071 107tvKcadtng
Wt W3il Et ,
50 fti P
7HJ 78HNPpret'a.,
801 89 I'M,
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20 25ilO T
100 lOOj'NPr
181 18 Ca P.
741 743 Omaha..
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cjhicajco fiaritetsu
Tbe following summary la by B. K. Plain
A Co., Bt. Cloud Building, Ninth A F
streets:
- U. U 1 C.
Wheat Dec .... 77 774 77 77
Jan 771 761 77 771
May 841 85 84 84
Corn Dec... 401 472 40 471
Jan 471 47f 40 47
May.... 511 531 51 531
Oats-Dee.... 281 28J 88 S81
Jan 381 BO 33 29
May.,.. Q3) 83 82 33
Fork Dec .....
Jan 14 02JHSO 14 50 14 80
May ,...15 35 I5S7J 15 13) 15 371
Lard-Deo..... 7101 7 431 713) 7 431
Jan.... 7 30 7 621 7171 7 54
May.... 7 671 700 7 571 7 00
Wastunston mock Exchange,
The following .were tba quotations on
tbe regular call at the Stock Exchange
to-day. All quotations are for securities
to the amount of S1.000 or 100 shares of
stock. Bid.
Masonic Hall Bonds 101)
Washington Market Co. Bon 3s 11 2i
Washington Light Infantry, let ra'go.. SO)
3d ... 47
Washington Gaslight Co. Bonds 1201
Bank of Washington 390
National Bank of the Republic 153
NaUonal Met. Bank 170
Second National Baou 120
Farmers' & Mechanics' NaUonal Bank
of Georgetown 100
Citizens' NaUonal Bank 111
Columbia National Bank 103)
Washington & Ueorgotown Stock 330
Metropolitan W
Columbia 43
Capitol A North O Street 43
Firemen's Insurance Co 30
National Met. Insurance Co C'J
NaUonal Union Insurance Co 181
Arlington Insurance Co 155
Columbia : 131
German-American Insurance Co 1W
Potomac Insurance Co 68
Rtgga Inaurance Co 8
Washington CltyOaallght Co 872
Georgetown " " ,., 43
Chesapeake & Potomac Tel. Co.. 751
Washington Brick Machine Co .200
Great Falls Ice Co 135
Bull Run Panorama Btock S3
Real Estate Title Insurance Co 135
Columbia Title 51
NaUonal Safe Deposit Co 100
Tbe trial of E. L. Harper, formerly vice
President of tbe wrecked Fidelity Bank, In
Inclnnatl, waa continued yesterday. Mr,
Eckert, of Wllsblre, Eckert A Co., of Cin
cinnati, testified to desls with Kershaw A
Co , and other Chicago firms from January
last till June, and aald tbey sent about
11,000,000 to Kershaw A Co. He said all ba
had to do when calls were made ou them
was to go to tbe Fidelity Bank and give
tbelr check for tbe amount. Where the.
money came from be did not know. When
these checks were drawn tbey did not bava
tbat amount In bank. J. W. Wllsblre,
partner of Eckert, said there waa an under
atandlng between blmandMr. Harper tbat
these checks should be protected.
No Uvea were lost by tbe explosion lu the
Abernsut Colliery at A herds re, lu tbe South
of Wales, recently. It was feared at first
tbat It would bo a terrible tragedy.
What a Time
IVopIo formerly Juul, trjlng to swallow
tho old-foshtonej pill vhh Us Mm ut
ViiaguoBla mainly disguising Its bitter-
lies!) ; and uliat a tontrust to A) era
Fills, that liaol)cui well railed "med
Katcd auar-pluiiw" tbo only ft&r be
ing that p.ulcnta may bo tempted into
taking too many nt a tloso. But tbo
till ertlous arc plain and ahould ho
fltriuty follow nl.
J. T. Teller, SI, I)., of Chltteriaugo,
N. Y., expresses exactly what lmmln da
lmo written at greater length. I to
8j a: . j er's Cnlharlio Tilli aro highly
apprcciukd. Thoy aro iwrfctt lit form
(i ml coating, and their effects aro ull
that tbo moat taicful phytililim couM
ilthlro. Tlwyluuo supplanted all tho
PIIU formerly popular here, niul I think
It must ho long heforo nny other can
bo mado tbat will at all compare iitli
them. Thoso vho buy jour pilU get
full a-ltta for their money,"
"Safe, jilcnsnnt, and certain In
tlit lr notion," U tho conclso testimony
of Dr. Oeoiga I'. Walker, of Maitins
Ullo, Virginia.
"Ayer'a IM1H outsell all similar prep
arations, Tho public hi lug once used
tlit m. will Juno no others." Berry,
Veuablo & Culller, Atlanta, Ga.
Ayer's Pills,
rror.rf J by Pt. J, 0, .ifcr J. Co , Xjntrtl, Utu.
Sola 17 All lcahr. In MvUicliic
TBCIS
ADVERTISE
arwo ia:EiM:s:
THAT WK KBEr
BURT'S SHOES
on
LADIES,
GENTLEMEN
and
CHILDREN,
THAT WE KEEP MORE VARIETIES
AT THE POPULAR PRICE
FIVE DOLLARS
THAN AT ANY OTHEn PHICE, THOUGH WE
HAVE TLENTY Or
GOOD SHOES
AT LOWER PRICES.
ARTHUR BURT & CO:,
1211 F Street Northwest.
DUFFY'S FORMULA
A Certain Onre for the Flrit Htaseeof
Coneniuptlon.
Its main iDgroJIonta aro raw beet and
Daffy'a Furo Malt Wblakey, and It stimulates
tlio energies and builds up tho tissues as no
otlicr eclentlflo discover; has over done
"I am a Frcsbyterlan clerjry man and a Doc
tor of Divinity, nut I am not afraid to recom
mend Duffy's Malt Wblakoy and Duffy's For
mula as tlio purest and most efficient prepara
tions as a medlclno I know of, and roy experi
ence Is a largeone." REV. D. MILLS,
Meade Centre, Kan.
Duffy's Formula M for sale by all drugslsts
and dealers Price SI per bottto.
The Durrr Malt Wiiisket Co.,
Itocbester, N. Y.
BDBL'S
HOSIC HAH AND RESTAURANT.
(Formerly Abner'i),
e st., det. rrn and sto.
Meals served tablo d'boto and a la cute.
Tbe handsome dancing ball can be rented for
balls, parties, etc. at any time.
BrRTVT A TT XDDHXi,
Proprietor.
Forest & Belleau,
Europe's Tarorlto
CHAMPAGNE.
S-woet. Dry. Brut.
Preferred on account of lta superior flavor.
On Ico at all principal hotels and
G. G. OORNWELL & SON,
I'eDniylT.nla Avcnu.
AXBL P. FRANCES, Auenl,
110 Wall iroot, Mow York.
GENT'S FURNISHINGS.
KEEP'S SHIRTS,
437 SEVENTH STHESr N. W.
O. P. BURDBTTB,
ROLK AORMT.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO. .
K. of L. Made Cigar
Anil KnliihU of Moor KMOKINa and CUK'iV
1NU ,'illl)AtU0, m.nurnotural liy lb. Nu
uoo.l K. ot L. Co-a)urntlva Com
, , 1117, IbkUo, H. 0.
cr Bale by
J. H. ORHII,
853 l.Dti.. Ave.
yA(rent lor tho Ctleliratoil Roller Orai.1
pric. ic and sit).
5TEAHB0ATSV
M
OUHT VBKNON1
KOUKT Vw"rl
Bteamrr W. W. COHUUKAN
Leares 7tb st. Wharf dallrteioopt bnnday) for
MOUNT VEUhO.W.
At 10 o'clock a.m. retnrntryt, reaches Waj.1,
Inoton atv-nt I m n. n.
Tt. 2S&. BUO WIT,
DSALIIR IN
Paints, Oils, Glass,
llrnshcs, Tarnlalien, fllu.'., Cwlor hu.I
Neat. Foot OU,
I 12M SEVENTH BTBBIT NnllTWF;3T
IS a?o
rlUlfcLS AND fttbTAUHANTS,
JUST OPENED.
The Columbus,
1117 Q Street Northwest.
THJt ONLY GENUINE ITALIAN DINING
1(00113 IN TOE CITV.
Drcakfast and Dinner served Table d'Qoto
BDd a la Carto.
Board by tbo weeb or month.
Tablo d'lloto dinner, Ko and T5c, with one
pint bottloof wloe.
Floe dinner parties a sroclaltr,
AlsoadepnMtorrot cdolco imported tablo
delicacies til French and Italian products.
Finest brands of lmporttd wines, liquors
and cigars.
F1U7IER D. STIUTTON, Trop.
P.r. IANNAUONE, Manager.
HOTEL WINDSOR.
BTEIOTLY riRST-OLABS.
Coro.r ISth SI. and Hew Tork A.enuo,
riNK8T LOCATION IN TnB C1TV.
MAK11I8 HOUSE,
AMERICAN FLAN,
la, aTC, near 14th t , Wasblnstoa, D, C.
tieOAND ,3 l'EUDAY.
Special rates toparttc. and permanent Riiosts
.loriN u. 11AH1113, Proprietor,
rasseneor Klerator
Yy WASUINQTON.D. a
O a Staplea,llte of Thousand Isl. uoose,rror,
GIL8EY HOUSE,
ZUBOFKAN FLAN,
Oorner Uro.dw.s' and 89th Btr.es,
NEW YORE CITY.
james u, uuiaLiN a una.
Proprietor..
S'
T. JAMK8' HOTKI,
AUKur lEAn ruui.
U WOODUUUY, Proprietor.
D UFO NT HOUSE,
Cor. l?th and Corcoran sts. n. w ,
Is open for (ruoflti, wbero tboy can obtain de
lisbtful apartments, single or en suite, fur
nlsbed or uBtuniishod, also tablo board;
rates very moderate.
J, 0. DURGESS. " L. J. WOOLLEN.
BURGESS & CO.,
Wbolesalo and Ilotatl
OyS0?EIIi 333300?
42A loth St. N, w. (Near Gas OQlco )
Select Oysters a Specialty, 10 centsaTlato.
SDLAHI'S HOTEL and RESTAURAHf,
TENNA AVE , DEY. 14tu and 15tu srt.
WaihlnRton, D. 0.
C. SOLAKI.rroprlotor,
Pine dinner parties a ireclalty
li tad quart or s Umplro Club,
THE EBBITT:
WA.BHINGTOH, D 0,
ARMY & NAVY UEABQUAKTUIU
luua iuu.i nut tiarta
XE11US--II3.00 and H.nu p.r Uay
CIIAMBERLIH'S RESTAURANT.
roil LAmL'3 AND UZNTUU1N
SCI ,i.l IHHl H-Ji I'll'li'mttli Mlrunt
A LADIES' IICbTAClONT,
Tbe Most ff.Qulslte Oulslne Id W.tt,
tugtoa,
Arranement. can be m.do lor Itee.r
tloos, l)lnoer orThoatre r.rll.i,
Vio.s, Llqaor. aad Durdlals by tlic
bottle otcaae.
JOHN 7, C'UAMlJKllUn
TUltK KAOHANOE,
KSTiSuV,ANt.
Cor, Otli itU ttud ft avt.,
I A riKJtltK HOt HH,
i Corner KMti HUdK.ti.n. w
Ftiit-clau aocomrood&ttuDkt tur faynthra
ind trnuuleat (tuonts.
L& leu: and Gents' Colo atucbod.
Ita.es moderate.
PERSONAL.
MltH. AT. A rrrnrlt. Mnffnetln Ih tltr
ftinl liuilnci MeOlum, M riiiw nt lumo.
tu. 717Mftn w, wlicroBho would lerliMtl
to rnrvt t cr many irtauda ami ratroni. Cinl4
Friday nfptit.
W AMTKI1 Twn Yaiidk nntlmu
V would like to mnko the aLtjualntum
of two yoiiflft larlle t , 17 In JM ycura at nje; ol
Jc t. tlirBirn and dancing; letters all prlvito.
AddrPM N. Btid It frlllo olllro,
ItfrMANTKK ltRtH., OrMdnittes of
ill Ontario CoIIcro of Veterlnarj Huritennv,
lirontn, Cunadi; ftnlirml rmtn a nrwInHiT'
(Oil 6, inofl V and iJ M nt n w, Waililoun,
D. V, Tt-leplmrie f ullt, CM 4 and 47J.
alUO MauincntHtlffirrJantin, Ner
lyncw, mtint bo inld at anarrlflco Tor
rush; oii?hi otllffrd to pell bctoro .Ini. 1 t
l.o m on at (J L.Vm)AllKQ3.,7WUtmtiwT
W
HO Is Votir Hatter ? I1KODT, 410
inn nn w.
AGKHTLKaiAN or Mean, Ael 31,
from tbo V.cnt, delrcs to meut nn at
tratllTe and llvolf youmrliyir, about yo yoirs
vt aire; object, tncatro-ROlnc and social piw
time Adarnpit It. I F , CrUlo ofnoo.
rilltT McIioU nnlrl.otlon, SSo Hot-
1 tlo.at tiarhurstiop, U. H. Patent OiUce,
and C33 U it no. !
W
IM. Mr. Lout Lanr Call nt 130A
7()i ttnw and iret a tuic knaa and aouiu
l".n-lEy.l?lorJ.l!?Lliy Bdf trlei'JT
W1MDHOH Ut CO., H33N Ymtb. Ara
recelTina tbelr fall and wlnfur linn of
rite foot near for ladle and gentloinen. Call
and nam trio.
riutouHKHSto MAiirx, f4.nntoi
J fleilal prlrcs. WM. DK MUTF, 11 HI F
now, gent, Tower Hall, rttladelphla.
AQKNTLKHAN Wonld Like the Ac
quaintance of a lsdy between the aset
of 17 and W. ricaso address lltllfND, CrUlo
oPice.
C;i c WIL.X. lluy New Home, Ilonten
D1J tics and Mncers. J10 wilt huy In
i roTtd nmchlnet, Bllitiitty UhikI, RtfUNlCH.
1331 7th st, near O Ft ilarkot, tbo Ujoapoit una
bent bbh lnjr niacblne atrenoy In the world.
(AI.IFOUNIA WINK KtlOlM, 709 t
, (it n w. Jacob (iundlacb's Colebratod
V. bltit and t1irc t W Incs by tbe alais an 1 but
tle. N. K.WKYAND, latofrom San liornar
illno, C'dl.
SKNI1 ronUlCurd to Eleetrlo tjtettm
laundry. 1007 IS wt n w. ll T. Niitre. mi.
riHlKLnteatrMrlHKnd London I'hnto-
irraplno craze torn di nation iwrtralts;
klnu, original, artleMo. Procrinibla In
8I'KCIAI VV.XTVHtZ-Onr All-
Wool corkcruw ttub ft only HI.
BTHASnUUGElt A SON,
Mann'scliirlntt Clothiers. Ull Pot.
you can itur
X Fine Clot bins on credit at cash prices
direct from the manufacturer.
BTKAS BUW1BH A hOV. HUFst.
ROBICKTIIVATT.
Dealer In
Fresh, Halt and emoked Meats, Toiiltry,
Oamo, Frccb Vfftetablen, Cbolcu Fruits, eto,
010 llth St. N. W.
CH. KKNKIKMl, Pruclloul Wntch-
maker and optician, has openud at 1-W3
Fstn w a full line of watches, coldorna
ments and optical Roods. Ilepalnoff chro
nometers and tine watches a specialty Time
locks cleaned an1 kept In order.
T) II. W1IITK, Stenojcrapher end
J.V typewriter: contracts and ipoclfica
tlonsofallblndaatroasonableratespeocbes,
sermons, testlmony.eto., acouratoly reported.
A few pnrlls taken at moderate charge. 1000
Fstn w, Boom la. J
1Ml(8T-CI.AK9MKALSror3fli. Bell's
1 International Dining and Lunch It6oms.
849 Pa are nw. Board and rooms, it and
tl.SO per day
rPROT LAUNIJttT,
X 1110 G street northwest.
Branch oftloe, 121 J Penna. are.
Collars and Caffs a specialty at wo per doz;
Khlrts luo each.
Goods called for and.dollTcrod at any part
of the city.
mYl'E-WllITINa TAUOUT
At Room 22. St. Clond Building. Raforonces.
DK. MttLLER,
Specialist for tbe
Eye, Ear and Throat,
Consnltatlon free. 917 N YaTO nw.
I;NQHAYEI I'LATE, 1 Printing
It co rlsltlng cards from same, 43c; print
Ins 100 visiting cards from tba same, 7&c;
UtbORrapb chock books made to order.
J. L. KBRVAND, 1018 Pa aye n w.
LIS MOCll, rntenratenr and Cterer,
will furnlilj estimates on application for
weddlnfTB. parties, sociables, banqaots, eto
Every facility as a Urst-elass oaterer. Call
or addresB LB MOUK. s stb st n w
UK OUEEN OF HEEItS
l Is the boat In the market.
-pOItlTY IJAIBY LUNCU HO O.MS,
Corner Eleventh and E streets n. w.
E. W. 8IMOND8, Prop.
Breakfast from 7 to It a. m.
Dinner from 4 to C 30 p m.
Meals to order. Lnrtcb at all hows.
All pastry hnma mado.
Fui nibbed Itooma by tho day, woel or
month. i
ECmiEJt ntlODS, Imported and Do
mestic, of nil rtentrli tions, at the AN
OLO-AMKR1CAN RUBHlilt CO , 033 F st n w.
GfeNIXiniEH'S faults Heoared nod
pressed for f 1. Coats, Wo ; pants, SSo.j
vests, 2!c.
Goods called for and delivered. RenalrlnR
and altering dono In the best manner,
K. I. HAHN,
705 Ninth fit. N. W., Washlnttton, D. 0.
Tulephona C, iMi a.
rpnii uvkex of iiisEns
I-eadi tbemall.
1? II. TO UNO'S BTKA3I OAKPUT-
Cloanlnn and ItenovaUnjt Works.
Withers renovated, mattreat.es mudo over,
furniture steamod and moths destroysd. Ui
Pa ave nw. Factory, corner ot rth and K
sta e o,
WANTED-ALL TO KNOW THAT DR.
Taylor, KU F street, noar Tenth, makes
beautiful sets of arttflclal teeth for Ss Ruar
anteed to give full satisfaction, extracting
with cas, chJoroform or local anestbotlos, W
cents; wrboot, es oeatai fllUng at very low
prices
A0U!iTP-Y.r-R0PgPTX'
17 OU SALE
: A Beautiful Homo of 10 acres at Chan
tllly, Va.itt miles from city; improvements
cott to OU); can be bought for JJ.SoO,
FORTY ACltbU. JO In timber, 4 room Frame
nouse, oathulldlugd, spring and fruit; 7 miles
from city, W mile irum It. It. station, only
SI t.
TWELVE ACRES, i mllos from Aqueduct
Bridge. O-rcc-tn Frame ilouse, new; good out
buildings, fruit and vineyard; 31 MO.
TW KNTY ACRES, adjoining Arlington, on
line ot Mt Vernon avo j finest positbiovlow
of city; cheap and good terms.
ONE IIUNDRKD ACREH, adjoining Mt.
Vernon, two large orchards, well watered,
13 room Uoiiso, large barn and all outbuild
iDgB, In flrnt class condition; !V) nor acre
ONE llUNDRKD AND FIFTEEN ACHES,
one mile from station on Met Br t good build
legs and fruit; JO miles from city; only id
rCa" O UUNDRSD AND EIGHTEEN ACRES.
2 miles from Bord'n btatloo, on Mot. Ur.-'S
miles from city; a room lloune, 3 barns, well
watt red and fenced; only $13 per aero
TKLVJf ANO A-luLt ACRES, Umlles
from i ltv on Uockvllle Turnpike, M mile from
Wlrdbain fetation, Met. Ilr.t good rramo
Route of 0 rooms, neat outbuildings, fruit,
etc; JiV.W
lOLiRAr'RES.In Falls Church; brand now
nnd elecantly built i storv and manttrd
Frnmo House of II rooms, with every poilble
conui.lcu,c: Uvo uiluutei' walk f roin It It
station; churches and schools of highest
order, stores, etc; rU) on god lurmu
T. 11. HYPHKRD & CO . 1007 Put.
WK Have Sevtrat Very Vat tut (tin
largo properties for sale, slttutol on
MaHrathuseltsave extended aud on tho Ten
leyiown road, wl.lth oiler to Investors raro
Limn ecu for largo and nulok prodt Also, a
-umKr of beiutlful building bites, some
.luku lots and several splendid suburban
(arms,
R. H,G0LDU0R0UI1 TO.,
1 103 e st.
10&sLYNN AOAIN tu tho FOIIK.
S 'iitE toutho iNVKtrMKsr.
The Qneit Tllta sites yet o(Torol, overlook
Ing all others. i acres each, only 8 cent ocr
fout, Persons m ed only look tu bo oourlnee 1
Hint tbey ciuinut go v. rung In imrchi-lag
Iho Auutduct Ireo Bridge, M.imurUI lirlilgu
and Wt, Vcrnou aunue are hound todoub'o
all lnvcsstmrnts mudo at ltosslynn.
T. II. hPHhltll A J"tlWFst
SINTV C1IOICK SKLKCriONS OK
UMAX LllOMKS OF FROM ONE TO ONE
HlTMlKRl) ACHES IMPROVE! AND UN
IMPROVED, WII'IIIN FROM ONE HALF TO
1I1REEM1LES.OFTUE CITY, AT LOWEST
PRJLE.S ANUMOSP FA VOIfUlLC TERMS,
T. II HPREKU A CO., 10417 F Ht.
PHOTO- ENGRAVING.
llavlBS rtcuotlT flttct n&
Plioio-Engraviug Establichmout,
In connection wltn dt rATKST niiOKs,
I .in prepared to (arnlsti
ILLUoTltATlONB AT NKW VOKK I'KlOKa
fbolotTaphlng on Vfoni for lb. Trs4,
ia.a-u.rioe Jotoo.
t!8 ELBVBNTH UTREET, N. W.
RAILROADS.
rpiiR ortttAT
' PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE
To the North, West and ttouthwent.
Vrnbl Track. Epltntlt gantry.
8Ul JlaU$. Maanljtctnt iCquiptntm
IM BfracT NoTEsrn 11, IS97,
Tratr$lfcn Wathlnaton frvm Slilon ccrrm
of hlttH and It itrettl, at ollowi:
For nttebnra and the Wost, Chlca Umltod
ExtrcRSorralaceKlcnpInff Cars atDWara
dally: Fast Line. 9 Warn dally toCincInnatl
and Hi. Ltmln, w 1th Hlueplna Cars from liar
rtnhurjr to Cincinnati nnd UalTot CnrtoHt
Lfiuls) dally, eicept hsturday, toChloaca
with tflceilnft Car Altoona to Cblcano
Western Express at 8 10 p ui dally, wltb
Uleet 1ri(f Cars Wimblnfrton to Chlr'siro and
Ht Loo In, and (exct Baturdays) Harris
bnrirto CleTeland.eonoeutlnirdally at liar
ripbunrwltbthronnh sleepers for GouWyIU
and Mtropbls I'aoIAo Bi press, woo p m
dally, for Plttnhur and the went, wtlf
throusb Kleeper IlarrUbnrn: to Chloaiw.
UALTlMOltU A TOTUMAU RAILKOAD.
For Erie, t anandalirua, HocbMtor. BuBsto,
Nlacura, 10 00 p ro dally, except Saturday,
with ralactj Cars Wasblngton to lbwbeitnr.
For W llllarooport, Iock Uaron and Klmtra at
0 ro a m dally, ixcerit Sunday.
For New York and tho Kant, 730. 000, 11 J
and 11.40am, 2 00,4 10, 10 00 and 11 a) p ta
On (Sunday, BOO, 1140 am, 800, 41 10. 10 UO
and ItiMpro Limited Kxprossof Pullman
farlorand Ulnlna Cars, 9 40 a m dally, ex
rept Sunday. and Sttptn dally.
For tinpion without cbanjte, U00 pmeTcri
day.
For Iirooklyn, N. Y., all tbronxh trains cou
nt ct at Jeney City wltb boats of Brooklyc
Annex, aflorolnfc direct trims fer to Fultoc
strtt, avoldlnfc double forrlao acrois New
York city,
For Pblladelt bla. 7.S0, 9 00. 11 00 and It V3 a m,
8 00, 4 10, 6 00, I0JW and 11 M p in. On Bun
day, 9 oo, u 40 am. a 00, 4 10, a oo lOOftand
Ui D m. Limited Exnross. Parlor and I)!n
intf Cars, 9.40 a m week days and 3.43 pro
For Baltimore, fl SS, ?.&, goo, 9. to, 9 60. ll a,
snd 11 40 a m., l i os, J.rO, 3 4 4 10, 4 JO, 4 4u,
6 00, 8 10, 10 00 and 11 20 p m On buoday,
9oo,ootv,9.ivi,ii4(ia m, it 00, 3.11, 4 10, C 00
610 10 00 and 11 ao pm.
For Pope's Creek Mm, 7 SO am and 4.40 pm
dally, except (sntiday.
For Annapolis, 7X0 and 9 00 a m. 12J)V4JQ
and 6.K1 r m dally, except Sunday, Hun lays,
B.00 am and 4 10 pin.
ALEXANDRIA AND FTlGDltltlCKSimRO
KA1LWAY AN1IALKXANDKIA AND
WAbULNUTON RAILHOAD.
ForAlexatidr1a,800.01!.. 8-10, 9 47,10 1.7am.
12 04 noon, 2.05. 4 S3, 43, 0 01, 8 05, 10 03 ant!
11.37 p ru. OnHundayat 800.840,947,1067
am a 80, 8 01, 8 03 and 10 03 p in
For Richmond and tlio South, BOO. 10 87 an
dally and 4 8.1 p m dally, oxrupt Sunday,
Trains learo Alexandria for W&flhlnrtou, 6 OS,
(10. 9 10, 10 15, 11 07 a m, 1 !. 8 no, 3 si, S 10,
7.H5, 0!CJ ond 10 -IJp m and 13.11 roldnffrbt.
except Monday. On Sunday at 8 00, 9 10
and 11.07 a m. tf.OO, 6.10, 740, 9.32, 10 44 p m
and U IS nhcht.
Tlcbtta and Intormatlon at the ofllro, north
eat corner of 13tb street and PonosylTanla
avenue, and at the ft at Ion, where orders ran
be left for tbo checking of boiTififra to dentl
nation from hotels and residences.
CIIAB E PUUII, J. K. WOOD,
General Wanaccr. P.P. A.
BALTIMORE &. OHIO RAILROAD.
Schedule In effect Nov. JO, Itr.
Leavo Wanblngton from station, corner of
2.ew Jersey avenno and O street.
For Chicago and Northwest, express dilly
tv 'HI It. IU , U W J. tu.
lor Cincinnati and St. Lottls, express dally
2,10 and 9 40 p.m.
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, exprosi dally
10 u. a. m.,8K)p. rn.
or Lexington and Local Stations t8.40
a. m. ,
For Philadelphia, Newark and Wilmington,
7 SO a. ra., i! S3 and 53 p. m. dally, expreis
I-or Internicdlato points between Baltimore
and Philadelphia. t5a. m.andtJ 13 p m.
Foretngcrly and Intermediate points, t.0
P For Baltimore, S, CM, 0.40, 7.30,8 50,9.10
a. m , i; 10, S S3, 3 15 (13-minute train), S 30
4 30, 4 40. B 80, S 15, fl 43, 7 30, 8 33 and 11.30
p ra. Sundays. 6 30, 730, 8 30, 0 30 a m,
ISO. 2 S3, 8.SU, 4.40, &30, 3.53, 0 43, 8 33 and
list p.m.
For Annapolis. 6.40 and B TO a. m., 12.10 and
4b0p.m Onsundays, 8S0a m, 440p.m.
Leavo Annapolis 6.40, 8 SO a. m. W 03, 3.50,
fluopm. bnndays, 8 30 a. m 4 10 n m.
ror ij Biaiionn uoiwcuu wauuinicioimua
Baltimore, 0.6 40, 8 30 a. m, W10, J10,440,
8 43 and 110 p.m. On Sundays, 8.30 a, m.,
1 ao, s 30, 4 40, 6.43 and 11 so p. m.
For stations on tbe Metropolitan Branch,
16 33 a, m., 8 40 a. m . t4.40 p m , for princi
pal station! only; 1 10 p. m. and t3J0 p
m. (On Sunday stops at all stations.
ForUalthersburg and Intermediate points,
ti 30 a. ro.. tiiWO p. m., 59, tllJM p. ra.
For Boyd's and Intermediate sutlons, t7.00
p mSlup. m.
Church train leaves Washington on Sunday
only at 1 10 p. m , stopping at all stations on
Metropolitan Branch
For Frederick, t8 40 a. m., t20 p. m , t.30
p. in. hundays. 1 lu p. m.
1 or llagerstown, td 4b a m. and t5 SO p. m.
Trains arrho from Chicago dully 8 JO a. m.
and 5 43 p. m.t from Cincinnati and nt Louis,
dally 0 w a. m. and a 23 p. m ; from Pittsburg
dally 7.U0 a. m , 3 43 p. ra.
From Philadelphia, Chenter an 1 Wllmlng
ton, 10 43 a. m ,2 .TO, 7.10 and 90 p. m. dally
srdti 60 p. m.
From Mngerly and Intcrmcdlato points
north of Baltimore, 10 a ra dally.
Trains leavo Baltimore for Washington at
8 10, 0 23, 6,30, 7 JO, 0, 0 Off, 10 a. m , U 13, 1-10,
3, 410, 6, 0, 6 30. ,7.30 8 30 and lip m. On
bundays, 030,7,003. 10 a. ro., 1.30,1.33,
4.10, 5,690.7.30, 830 and 11 p ID.
tExcept Sunday. Bally. Sundays only.
Ba peace called for and obenked at hoiolf
'and realdences on orders loft at ticket oQlces,
619 and 1331 l'a. avo.
W. M. CLEM KNTS, C. K. LORD,
Manager, Pen. Pom. Agent.
PIEDMONT AIR LINE,
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. 21, 1837.
8.00 a. m. East TcnnesMre mail dally for War
ronton, flordonsvllle, Charlottes1lle,
Lynchburg and stations between Alexan
dria and Lynchburg, Bristol, Roanoke,
Kcoxvlllo, Rome, Calera, Montgomery
and New Orleans. Pullman slcoper
Washington to New Orleans.
11:24 a. m. Fast mall dally for Warrcnton.
Charlottesville, Oordonsvllle, stations
Clioapimko and Ohio route, Lynchburg,
jimajr jiiuuij.. uuu visit nun ninuuui uu
twei.n Lynchburg and Danville, Qreims
ouro, itaieign, Lnarioue, Aiiania, uirui
Ingham, Montgomery. NewOrleans, Toias
and California, Pullman sleeper New
York to Atlanta, In connection wltb Pull
man Blcei-ers Atlanta to NewOrleans, and
Mann boudoir sleepers for Birmingham,
Vicksburg and bhreveport. solid trains
A ashlngton to Al Inula. Does not connect
(or O. and O. route points Sundays.
i!,3S p.m. dauy, except uunday, tor Manaias,
Strasburg and Intermediate stations ; Con.
nects at Rlverton with S. V. It. IL fur Lu
ray, arruing B.lOpm.
0:30 p. m Western express dally for Warren
ton, Gordonsvtllti, Charlottojvtllo, Louis
Vllle, Cincinnati and summer resorts on
and neur line of Chesapeake and Ohio
route. Pullman Sleepers and solid
trains WasblDcton to Louisville; also
for Lyncbtmrg, Bristol, Chattanoona,
Memphis, Little Rook and all Southwest
ern points. 1 trough Pullman sleepers
Washington to Momjhls without
change.
1 1 pm SouUiern express dally for Lynchburg
V an vlllo. It ulwlgb, As be vllle, Charlotte, Co
lumbla, Alkeu, Augusta, Atlanta, Mont
Iuilman sleupcrs Washington to New
I'rieani, via Aiiunm aim .nuuiiiniucij
Pull man sleepers Wasblugton to Aiken,
S. C, without chango.
T1UIN8 ON WASHINGTON AND oniO
D1MS1UN
Leavo Washington 0 1- a. ta. dally, excopt
Sunday, and 4 13 p. ra. dally, arrhe
Round 11111 ll a. ro. and 7sJl p. m 1 return-
In Idnrn linnnH Jl'M .Y.'iO a. m. d nil T and
1 1 p. ra, dally, etceit Sunday, arrlvlnn
, a-; urn urn oiu a. in. ituu aw y. m. ,
Through tralnB from tlio Soutb via Char
lotte, Danvlllo and Lynchburg arrive In tt ash
Ington 8.10 a. ra. and BvH p m j via.Kast Ten
nisftu. Bristol and f vntbburg. at 10 14 a. m
and C.0 p. in.; , la CLcsipuUe and Ohio route
and thnr.otltvlllo, 9-W p. m. btranbitrj
local 817 a m
lickcts, sleeping car reservation and In
formation tt.ruW.ivl and baggage checked at
office, rXJ Pennsylvania avtnuo, and at Pas
r encer StaLlon, Ptinrsylvanla R It , sixth and
II streets. JAS L. TAILOR,
flonerul Passenger Agent,
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO ROUTE.
Newport News and Mloshslppl Valley Co.)
bcbodule in effect JuneO, lba".
Trains leavo Union Depot, glxtb and B its.
10,57 A. M. For Newport News, Old Point
Comfort aud Norfolk. Dally except Sua
day. Arrt.e In Norfolk 7 top m.
11.2. A. M-For liginli Springs, stations
on tho Chwiapeuko Ohio anl.pomu
West. Dally excert Sunday Ob-lva
tloticar, ibarlottesMUoto Clifton Fon-o,
ILrougti Puilroan BuDot sWeplnj oars,
Cllflon 1'irtge to Ijoulslllo and bt. Louis
6.3o V. M.-Fa3t Wchttrn exi.rew daily
Solll train, with Pullman Bullet slocpl m
cart tc Louisville. lullman rcnlco tn On
clrnatl, St. Inls, Memphis aut New
Orleans.
ODlco, 61d Pennsylvania avonne.
11. W. lULLER.
thn. Ps Ac 'nt
CABPSTIlvrGS.
GEO. WILLiNKU
lias n stoci a Mil line of Carpetiacs, so
grades OUolotba, Cocoa and Straw Matting
Also latest styles In Well Paper, winlo
Shades and Curtain Ocods Wirt Vlsdo
and Door Serins.
VRICfid LOW,
4M M1NTH KTBIBTi V0HTBWE8T,
-"
AUCTION SALES,
CIMNrRRY 8ALW OF VALlMRLlMllTvC
ESTATE O.N'UUUMlAItl'iiritKUr. .NO.
1I4UM. W.
By 1 Irtuo nf n due re of the Rnnremo Court
vt the JiUtrtetnf CtMitnoln. p-tiifil In Kitilty
rauto o. KW4, 1 lll sell ut imMlo aiiotlon,
In front of lb 1 rctnl. otih riJUUAY, TU IS
1UTH PAY t)P IlRrKMltKII. A. I. I-7, A t'
HALFPAHT4 0fCLO( K P. M, tin nonhflf
tnn lt fronton lion larslrnt hyadstn
cfetslity feet if lot nine, In Wilgbt t U.x'ji
nubdlTlolonuf a part W Plnaant Plains, let
pnved by a tn story framn bonne.
'lirmioT falo fine-lb rd 04Ph, bAltnonli
six and twelve nionths frim day of salo Ii
two equal InKt ailments, tb dcferrol pJJ
ments tohesrnrirM by dew of trustnn Bnhl
real estate, with Inlertwt at six pur rent, pdr
annum, or all 1 ash. at tjptlun of purohaior.
If terms of sale bo cot compllod wltn with
In tend? after salutbe propHrty wilt bo
TPdold at rUk and pot of dcfaultlag pur
chwer.
A drpoilt of Slot) will be nvialrod wbn
iroirrtylH knocked dowu. All oonrfaao
tlifC at rnt of t urchsrirr.
W.PHE-sTON WILLIAMSON, Trustoa,
Rooms 84 and T, bt. Clou4 B.d.
tt EFKH A ( O , Atiefio. M
EDUCATIONAL.
DUAWINO ANt
llntial Aradomv c
I'lIMTINO-Na,-
of Fine Arts, nn(Kst,
iresld.iii ovt.r hr Mm Iminnn Tt. Morroll.
bn has hud 19 medals and KTudled ta years
In Euro, with the mmt uelubrated arthtn.
To irotent children forming oarelenn bablts
of (framing, they will be ntvd Saturdays,
at 4 ytarsof age nnd upwnr-1. for Almost
pot Mr g. 1 borough InMrtictlon In every
branch of art, from drawing of all kinds to
portrait and hlmorlcal painting. Evening
claMt for ladles and aunUtjtoun, Mondays
and Wednesdays at 7 o'clock.
SIGNOR A. A. IANN0TTA,
MASTER Or THE OtU ITALIAN METHOD
OFTHBARTOF VOCALIZATION,
Is retired torprelvior.UnaQdcan be Inter
vlcT.vdattheAltLIN'troN HOTEL between
10 ajDjjindjini and to 4 p to. m
fVltAWINO HOHOOrr-ArcliltectaraV
J f Mecbankal ami Per4pmatvs Drawlnr,
onMondavand WiMltiohdny evenings, from 7
1o9. Apply on cla-isrU.il.!. or fro no to 4 JO
Ui UKO. II I'lIRLPS.
1417 F rt. Tl floor.
CTENCQltAK
Academy of the Holy Cross,
1313 MASS. AVE. N. W.,
Will resume flmt Monday In Suptombcr. It af
fords e.ir facility for aooulnng a thorough,
and accompllhod education. The musical
detartmunUcmhrHrltig Harp, Piano, Organ,
duitar, Itanjo and Mandolin. Is directed by
thoroughly aicompllshml U-arhers. Palntlngj
In Lustre, OU and Watur Colors. Special at
tenticn paid to Itooh keeping and tbe Higher
Mathematics Attachwl to tbo academy U a
Department for Little Boys,
imm's mmm. college,
313 SIXTH BTUEET N. VT..
Near City PostotDce,
Fall opening Sept 15, Catalogues free oq
application at toilego office, oo first floor,
from 9 a m. to 9 p. ro , or by mall,
K. tt. MARTVN, Prwldnt.
O.K. URNKR. A. M.C. K. Principal.
STATIONERY.
RIDER & ADDISON,
Wbolesalo and Retail Dealers In
PArEn, BLANK BOOKS AND STiTIONEUV,
No. 814 etb at n w, near Pa ave.
Orders or requests for quotations given per
sonal attention, and satisfaction guaranteed
In price and quality.
EASTON & ItUPP,
Coro.r Penna. A... and X3tU St. N. W.
WHITING TAPS. WIUTINQ TABLETS.
KNVBLOrES TO MATCH,
For Alcrebuots. n&nsrrs. Lawrers,
Toart.u and Kilt. CorroBIiondcilcc.
CAHD ENURAVINa AND PRINTINa.
BLANK UOOKH. llLANli BOOKS.
r.LOIHINU.
BUSINESS SUITS.
At $23 and t we will furnhb you with
stylUb Butnesn suits, made by practical tail
ors, from sujrfTlor fabrics, excoliently
trlmmwl and orftxit In Ut. Our stock coii
slitsor a lsrce asHortnient of really chotco
Woolens In bul tings, TrouaetlDgs and over
coatings.
HARBAN & BENNETT,
Fine Tailoring and Men's Furnishings,
1119 N Y.ave.
NOW IS THE TIME
To buy your
WINTER CLOTHING
Gents Bults, ranging from $ to 810; Over
coats from 4 to Sift: Men's Working Pants.
11, SI ', 11 to and f 3; Bo IS rants. 750, II to
it 60; Boys' hulls, all wool, wltb short pants,
J. 85 and ft), worth t!0; Boys' School Bats
and tap". 15. Si and Sue; Misses' and Boys
ftchool Shoes, from f 1 upward, Tbe best
II ta faoes In tbe etty, and our S3 Shoes can't
bo Uat, at
J. W. SELBY'S,
IBH-1816 FEMM. AVE. N. W.
KL 3D. 33.A.IRJR.,
Importer and Tailor.
Sprl&c Goods, all of the Latest Novel
tlest EdbIHH, Freneb and Scott h
Baitings, etc., Just arrived.
Mr. EARR personally fits all garmeata raids
In our CBtablUbment.
1111 Peuna. Avenue,
FINE WATERPROOF CLOIHISE,
NF.WEST STYLES of Bilk and Alpaca bar
fore RUBBER WRAFS. including tbe follow
ing sijles: -NewroArkets, eios-j fitting, with
sleeves, capes and hood; Kensington, halt
tloeo fitting, with arm capes and bood; Circu
lars loone- lit ting, with hood; Flue IndU
Mrlro Wraps, In circulars, raglans and Lana
trrs. Tbowi aro the latest and bot.t thing lu
MerSeAli wool Clolb Mackintosh Coats,
Men's Itoterao Cloth and Rubber Coats. I'laln
Black tlospamers In all grades, Men Pino
Itubbtr Coats. Caivcs and Talmas, Rubber
llorso Covers and Wagon Apron. .
Tb" OOOUiKAR KUJIUEK CO.'S B00T3
and MIOES aro tolebratcd the world over foe
tlirlr riirlor quality. We guarantee BOT
TOM l'HICEb for goodtcf similar quality,
Goodyear Rubbor Co.,
W0 lth st. n. w , near Fa. ave.
MELVILLE LINDSAY, Manager,
Poor Rubber Goods are dear at nny prbe.
UNDERTAKERS.
, , V ' V-.V v.v . - t
tICHAItli S. CAIN, FiirutshlnffUD
V dertaker, 10U ?tb st. BveiytblngArBt
class and on the most reasonable terms. Tela
(dioiiA Lall4ifr-ii
J. WILLIAM LEE,
(Successor to neorr Leo'. Sons),
033 TCMJA. avenhe x. w.,
BOUTU SIDE.
Ilrimchomce. 41)8 Mil. Ave. B.W.
10 1ST llllllllllOKF,
FUKNISUIKQ UNDSnTAEEH.
o. 810 ronna. .to. n. w , bet. U and 4H St..
, Terrthlng Mr.t-nliwi.t
B1J1NAKI1 KKSTEKSIANN, 11,1.
chant tailor, COS D st n w. Sprinj stylea
lost leeelTOil. bults (rom ,J0 upward. Cleaa
Ing .nu repairing In tbe best manner.
ItUSISKS3.o0LLEflE. COB.
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ways irpftataSTnariieaiMin frea no
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