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ME WASHINGTON OBITIO, SATTJKDAY EVENING, DEOEMBEK It, 1887.
V. V HELP FOR POOR WOMEN A Proposition Thaj. Interests City and Country Alike. GAIL HAMILTON'S PLAIT. "Women Who Want Work and Women Who Want Rest to Help One Another. -flS CRIME OP TWO CITIES. Copyright, 1887. New Youk, December 2. Out country presents tbo amazing spec tacle of a great army of women starving In the city of New York for want of work and a great army of women perishing In tbo country for want of rest. Is there not Intelligence enough In this broad land to Introduce tho one to tho other for the salvation of both? To sccuro this beneficial exchange there must bo aa organized force. While wo are walling for thlsforcoto volunteer and organize Itself, I would mako use of a force already organized for a purpose not wholly dissimilar, for a purpose certainly not antagonistic; a forco which has been so long organized that H Is well used to working together. I mean the churches. The peculiar adaptation of tho church organizations to the liondTlna; of this matter Is not limply that they are founded on a principle which Includes tho poor and tho rich alike; It Is also that the church organizations exist al ready In the city and country alike. They are just as strongly intrenched In tho habits and traditions of tho re motest hillside as they are In tho thronged street. Bo that wo start with an immense advantage In the saving of time; and to human beings waiting In the dark, cold pinch of want, tlmo must sctm eternity. the duty or inn CHURCH. Now, wht hinders that the churches of New York city Instantly, say to-morrow, next Bunflay Dr. II all's sod Dr. Faxton'i and Heber Newton's and all tho rust gather as uiuil to their comfortable pews, warmed sod fed and dressed and devout and loctatle as Is meet and etog their eong-s id say tbelr prayers according to their wont, and then, Instead of their usual ser mon 1 know what that will be: K wilt be in eloquent ana logical dlscouno urging the people to contribute to the American Hoard, which la a noble and beneficent object, lint II we may behove Now York authority, tho wildest Interior of the Dark Continent, mala rial Juoglea, ferocious savages are neatllng In tbo very heart of New York. la this a time for churches to be discussing wlti breathless eagtrneea whether there la any chancj tor the Hindoo after death r I do not deny that It Is a most Interesting and far-reach-lDg topic. I discuss It myself with u iOij ghtg activity. Hut TUB mVSIHO QUESTION, ths Imperative and not-to-be-delayel ques tion Is whether for these New York ettlzsus there Is any chance before death t Ths very best way to prove that there Is Immortal life Is to make mortal life worthwhile. The poor woman, moiling In the horrible twilight of Brooklyn Bridge, where the tun never comes what can she car for an eternity of It? What she wants Is a little tunihlne now, When, therefore, the hour for the sermon arrives, what binders that Dr. Hall atdDr. Park hurst and all the reverend fathers In a'l the churches, Froteatant and Catholic, Jew and Uentlle, should not lay aside all abstract theological discussion and preach a gospel of Poker flats, of dismal tenements, over gloomed by those awful piers of feeble women not waiting any fu ture probation from our Father which la In Heaven, but damned al ready into outer darkness by the relentless powers of civilization. It Is New York melt Mblch tells this cruel tale to the shud dering country. The great Brooklyn Bridge, w bleb traffic demanded, aprtnga to the ablca above the beautiful water, but where Its piers struck out and clamped' themselves to the land It burled men, women and children In darkness, shutout even the tunshlne from homes atreidy sombre through poverty and Ignorance, but kto a living tomb hordes of human telcge. TUB CRIME OF TWO CITIES. TLli wai the crime of ch 11 tzatIon,wanton unpardonable. Deliberately, two great rlci cities, tor their own convenience, con demned their own brethren, hilpless men and women and little children, at me already lmbruted with vice, to the further brutality of darkness; to tbo still, cold, damp, cranlte twilight. Let this serve for a text, men let us have a sermon of sta tistics the population, the area, the churches of New York city. Politics knows Its owd; why should cot ecc'eiiaatlctsm? Politics divides New York city Into district, and wards and whatever minute subdivisions may be utcessary, and somebody knows how everybody Is going to vote. Kcclesl mtlclim can ramify just as minutely. Kacb csn know Just how large a territory, Just how many people ought to bjlon; to btr Jurisdiction, Then order trt the front all the men and women for all toe hours that tbey cau spare Irom the Imperi ous business of the day, and you hare a strorg working force at once, Some hours csn to taken from business If necessary, some from theatre and opera, a good many from the newspaper, for one can keep well abreast wllh the world's march a week at a time by rending only the head Hoes, atid If, with oil these, tbsre are uot enough lo do all tba work, still let them begin and do vuatuieycan. iielf rnow tub cou.ntrv. It Is easy, or, If not easy, It Is at least practicable, to have the country towns a' so appealed to (n a systematic, or even In an Irregular way. ! be Pastor of the Church" at Stoncham, at Waterbury Four Corners, at Moutstrrat, at Agawam, can be ad dressed It bis name be not known. Tho kcowhdge of such a scheme would bo quickly tpnud abroad. Many a country pastor would describe It frwu his pulpit and tttllst both tho eellUhUdsa and the uii ml fishnets of lis people. In the tout.tr j tbtie would be needed no commit-tec-only those who want help would drive to tbo nit ulster's bouio on Monday, or oven wait Sunday afternoon and talk ic over with htm, and be would make out Ms lUt ot one, two or a dozen names and forward It to the Uty pattor, HOW IT WOULD V ORK Mrs. A. will tuko a cook and va( or and pay the former three dollars a week, the latter two dollars a week, If they understand tbelr business, fibo has baeu employing but ooeecrvantat three and a bait aud four dotlara. If tbey do not understand cootlae and watting, tbo will take two well dlspjsod women and keep them for three months without pay and teach them, It tbey will do us well as tbey can. Mrs B baa a husband snd four children, f hen 111 take one woman atadolUr a weak toUgtu with, aud to dollars as soou as she tan tarn It, Mrs. B. having no help now. Mrs. (J. baa no servant, and does n it feel that tho can afford one. hut will give a good woman her board tor washing dishes, (.leaning lamps and bwccplujr, aud let her ci t what ork the can la the neighborhood. Mrs. D, dots not hire a strvflut, but wilt lit a decent woman with a family have small heme ot two rooms and attic, which aba owns, snd pay tor the lent In washing, and II the woman wilt work at ten cents an hour tbe can get plenty of work In the nttfhlnrliond. Mrs. LV has been accus tomed to hiring oue servant through the sumtrer uioutha at J a week. 8bo will take two If tbry can occupy .pno room und will coroo for $1 a week each, and so no. TMs ttattnient la lpatanlly dispatched to Dr Hull wlih the Hit. who puts It luto the hands of his generalissimo, who Immedi ately culls from the list tho persons who stem most likely to supply tba wants made known, taking care especially that tba workers shall be ot good character, for It will not do to hazard more than Is necessary on the experiment. Ihen from the gener ous fund which the church has appropri ated to that purpose a fund to which all have contributed, but wbtch has been cbltfly swelled by those whs are ao Im mersed In business that they cannot con tribute time snd personal attention, and are glad to compromise on money this com pany Is started Into the country, where they will be sure to be welcomed, where we hope tbey will be successful, and where. If they are successful, tbey will be but the forerun ners ot a great host. Do I present too rosy a view T Is all this not practicable T Then tho churches MIT AS WELL DIStUND. We certainly do not need them for their Intellectual aggressiveness. The printed word Is far more potent In suggesting and forcing Intellectual truth than the preached word. I think It may bo safely saldtbAt every mental advance In the domain of theology Is made la the study, and ushered Into the world through the medium of type, and Is only tentatively, not to say timidly, slowly and with tbo utmost caution, and after It baa been well fought In the press, pnt forward In the pulpit. What the churches are for Is to frame devotion, to organize zeal, to Inspire consecration, and, If they cannot put their banda to this plow, what can prevent us from thinking that tbey are not the kingdom of Ood? I only suggest. I do not prescribe any particular way of holding the plow. 1 only maintain that here Is soil to be cultivated, and If we leave It Idle and worse than Idle, miasmatic. we are not goou rarmcrs ana are not recom mending agriculture as a mode ot life. Gail. Hamilton. AT THE THEATRES. What (lis Attraction nr for Cnn- grciaionai U eek. TUX NATIONil. "JIM, TUCrCNMAN." "Jim, the Pen man," one of the strongest of modern semi melodramatic plays, and which Washing todies flocked to aeo for cne night only last spring, and which New Yorkers and other metropolltcs bavo been Hocking to see whenever and wherever op portunity offered, will be put on for the week at the National next Monday night, and so far tbo advance sale of seats has been unprecedented. The play Is one of Intenso Interest, without being overstrained and unnatural, and the csst is In tbo bands of superior people, Including such players as Jlr, Joseph E, Wbltlog, Mr. Charles Overton, Mr. Ian Itobertson, Mr. V, J, Ferguson, Mr. Junius B. Booth, Miss Ada Djer, Miss Kvcljn Campbell and others of vttll-kaown merit. Audtencea and the press generally have united In pronouncing JIm, the Penman," an unqualified success, aid Washington goes as the world goes, n milts' jiwoo "thc cattle kino." J, II. Walllck, In bis great equloo melo drama, "Tho Cattle King," will bo the at traction at Harris Bijou next week, and It fs good one. The Philadelphia Times gives it this flattering notlco: "James II. Walllck and his strong company produced a new play, entitled Tbe Cattle King,' at the National Theatre last night It Is a melodrama of tbo most approved border tyreacd bullton the old order ot villainy going down before triumphant Innocence, it Is a great play. It Is filled with In tensely melodramatic situations, and Mr. Walllck'a splendidly trained horses add greatly to the realistic effects. There Is no doubt that It will pack the National at eieiy performance." ald aeon's "hoarders," Imre Klralfy'e spectacular play, "Li gardere, the Hunchback ot Paris," Is billed for Albaugh's next week, and the lovers of fine scenery, beautiful ballots and the Inter est leg connecting links ot a good plsy will 'find In "Lsgardero" exactly what tbey are looking for. The New York Herald has this to say of the plsyi "Nlblo's was crammed to witness Imre Klralfy's spec tacular production, 'Lagardere, the Hunch back of Paris,' from tho French of the piece Le Boaau.' It was handsomely put on the stsge, ss to scenery, and richly cos tumed and worthily acted. The two ballets had much success. Tbe little children who were prominent In the opening, wero ricelved with great delight. While tbe ballets were picturesque, the tableaux at tbe CLds ot the acts were notably so." KEItNAll'5 TI1E BILBOS 8. Next week, at Kernan's, the Sllbons' 'tlg glittering spectacular burlesque and specialty company." with nearly fifty per formers, conatltuto the attraction. Among the features are tho world-famous rcrlallats, tbaBllboni; Ferguson and Mack, knock about comedians; Miss Maud Beverly, tbe Washington favorite: Dale brothers. Jug glers; Miss Maggie Ferguson, tbo banjo queen; tbe Ho man etudlo; the whole to con etude with tbe spectacular burlesque, " Vet low Dwarf," In gorgeous costumes and not too much of them. It's a great bill. E-SrilEET KINK rnOFESson QLEASOV, Professor Glesson, tho well-known horse tamer, who was here last spring,- will return next week forawctk's engagement at tho E-Btreet Kink. Professor Uleason Is known tbe world over for Lis accomplishments In horse tamlrg, and bis exhibitions aro especially noteworthy and Interesting In that there Is nothing stagy about them. He takes bis horses right off. tho street or from private stables, and bis process ot training refractory animals Is shown from tho life. Tbe Kink Is now being entirely ronovated, the it ats raised, ten private boxes are being built, setting six persons each, and every thing will be In readiness tbe opening night. A number ot very bid horses have been cu ts ted WONDEItLAUD-TIIE UAIRT FAMILY. "Wonderland" since Its revivification under tbe new management has been mik ing g'ant strides, and now attractions are coming In every week. Next Monday the Burmese faslry family, a natural wonder, will be added; the Boston All-Star Specialty Company will rIvo some very attractive ejtcfaltlta on the stage; Ualatea, tho living statue, ulll still entertain her friends ot caitb, and Bishop, the fat boy, will do bis biggest and best for tbe gratification ot visiters. For all this snd more the admis sion is only one dime. clara Monnia at aldauoii's, Clara Morris, one ot the greatest of emo tional actresses, will bo at Albaugh'a week after next. She comes fresh from her long vacation at her Hudson Itlver villa, "The Tines," scd brings her best health and atreegth to ber work. Tbe following repertoire Is annouueedt Monday, Tuesday std Wednesday evenings and Saturday matinee, "Hence," Thursday and Friday tvcnlogs, "L' Article 47." Sale of seats be gins Thursday morning. One Hundred mid HcAcnteon. A case of rim ark able longevity, says the Dallas (Tex.) JVoia, is that of Frank Hicks, colored, restdlcg ultbln ten miles ot Mc Klnoey, over whose remarkable bead one 1 und red and seventeen summers bavo rolled. Tbe evidence of his age Is afforded by a bill of sal from a slave trader to F, II. Welch, datedIKO, and ecrtlfjloc that Hicks was elgb'y years old. Hicks, though a little bent, Is In perfect health, not looking a day our severity, aud giving hope ot lasting another quarter of n country, or to see ime luidreditid forty-two jturs. Ukun sold to Mr. Welch, ho was throwu lu with lis lt but la tho tbtrty-eevm years that have since elapsed, he his never fAllod of dolnp a man's work at lioelug, and this year, with the aid of hi wife, now In her DOlQjrtir, be lias harvested Light biles of cotton, wbk li be eold In McKlnney last vetk. By bis present wlf.i Hick had lu tein children, thirteen ot whom are living, end by his former wives he bud many chil dren lo suS thu good lm J only knows tbo nuQjher some (( bom, If they ra jet living, must bo cwitenarlnns. Ill curly lumlllea wero botu la South Carolina, to which be w as brought In a Haver when uoly 10 3 ears old I have been deaf In one ear ten years, and partially deaf In tho other for two months; have been treated by ear specialty doctors atd received no benefit. Having used ICIy's Ciiam liatm fur about a mouth, I find iuy lf greatly Improved, andean hear welt J bad alto uaial catarrh, with dropplug of mucous Into my throat and pain over my ejie, wbtch troubles also have entirely dta ufpeartd. D. B. Yates. Upper Lisle, BroomeCa.N.Y. VIS ATOMS POLITENESS. Slow Captain Candlar of aeorgta Cued to Address Ills Soldiers. A Gainesville (Oa.) dispatch announces tbe death of Captain Daniel 0. Candler of the famous Banks County Guards. Whoo thenar broke out tbe Banks County boys orgsnlzed a company, and an odd company It was, entirely democratic In Its make-up, and with little respect for shoulder-straps. As It was necessary to have a captain, the local schoolmaster, Daniel U. Candler, was elected to that ofllco. Captain Candler knew tbe importance ot his office, but ho also knew the nature of bis men, and adopted a military code ot his own, which, while not approved by military tacticians, was the only code which tho Banks County Guards would recognlte. "Uentlemen," the Captain would say, "you will be kind enough to accompany me Into tbebaltloto-morroff." .. "(lentlemen, please come to attention." "Hwlng around, like a gale swing I" "March oblique, like a worm fence." "In a straight line, like a tater row git!" "Will my kind friend In the first tour hold up bis bead t" Tho Captain was born In Columbia County In 1813, and was tbe father ot Con gressman A. D. Candler, Hvcntng Wis consin. 1'rnlRO Your Wife. Praise your wife, man; tor pity's sake give ber a little encouragement; It won't hurt her. She doesn't expect It; It will make her eyes open wider than tbey have for tbe lset ten years, but It wltl do her good for all that, and you, too. There aro man women to-day thirsting for a word of praise and encouragement. You know that It the floor Is clean labor has been performed ti make It so. You know that If you can take frcm your drawer a clean shirt whenever you wane it someDoays nogera nave toneu. Why don't you come out with It hearty, "Why, bow pleasant you mako things look, wife," or "1 am obliged to you for taking so much pains." II you gave a hundred and sixtieth part ot tbe compliments you Almost choked them with before you were married; If you would stop the badinage about whom you are going to have when number one Is dead, (such tbloga wives may laugh at, but they sink deep sometimes,) fewer women would seek for other sources ot happiness. Columbus Telegram. A California Cowboy. Even San Francisco stopped to look at a cowboy who proudly walked its streets the other day. Tbe Argonaut says that he was Xully six feet six Inches In height, broad shouldered, bronzed, and wore a small black moustache, while two large gray eyes seemed to take In all tho admiring glances shot at blm by tbe crowd ol well dressed ladles who passed by. He wore a pair ot Wellington boots, Into wbtch were thrust tbo legs ot a pair ot tight-fitting gray paota loons. A mauve-colored woolen shirt dis played several diamonds In the front, and a blue silk tie encircled his throat. Oa his bead was astlff white hat, with a brim fully twelve Inches broad. Old-Fnsliloucd, AMitnpkln Tie Very seasonable Is this recipe tor genuine old-fashioned pompkln pie, vouched tor by tbe culinary editor of tho Detroit Tribune: "Pare and stew tbe pumpkin until It is done enough to strain through a colander. Aftir this thin It with milk until the consistency of thick cream, salt and swecton to taale with molasses: add a tablespoontul ot gin ger, a few pulverized cloves and an egg to each pie. Lino a pie-plate or tin with light paste, and fill with tho mixture, not using any upper crust." rrofcftslonal Ktlquette. prevents some doctors from advertising their skill, hut wo are bound by no such conven tional rules and think that if we make a dis covery that Is of benefit to our fellows, we ought to spread the fact to the whole land. (Therefore we cause to be published through out tbe land the fact that Dr. It. V, Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery" is the beat known Itemedy lor consumption (scrofula ,of tbe lungs) and kindred diseases. Send 10 cents In stamps for Dr. Pierce's complete treatise on consumption, with unsurpassed means of self-treatment. Address, World's .Dispensary Medlcsl Association, GG3 Main slrtet, Buffalo, N. V. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. F.trul.am B. K. Plain & Co., St. Clou! Betiding, furnish tbe following Oil quotations Closed yrsterd.y, TO; opened to-day, 7(1; blghcjt, 7?; lowest, '.O; 2:15 p. m., 77. Maw York stook Miirk.t, The following have been furnished by i A. M.cgtll & Co , bankers and brokers, 61o Seventh street northwest! aim, O. S 15 1 name. o. Ja 43 iNYCerTiZIcsIlOSs'lteadlnB: C9J (TO LSliore Oii ttSi'AK Oil Olj us snii conn e WU 78f 78f'NPpret'd... 401 47 Mo 1'. W (W'M 3!)1 3ii U r 571 fiTJ'iErlo 2d 'Tel 28 ZSI'O T 203 201 Man lOOl OOi'NI'r 421 4!i KT lSj lUiCaP. 'St V 75 751 Omaha 391 OOj R I HJjlWl'l " p'f'd NW 103 lOSl'K T 251 25J UB&q.... I'WL 43144) Wabp'I'd.. II V D L & W.. IS1JM1 J F D Erl 291 29'N E 391 3SJ J O 73 75 Oil 70 77 U & II 1WJI021 Chleaco Hornets The following Bummary la by B. K. Plain X Co., Bt. 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Bank 170 gfeoed National Bank 120 Faruiclb1 & Mechanics' National Bank of titoigitown 100 Cltlrens' National Bank 110) Columbia National Bank 107 Washington , Ueorgetowa Stock 220 Metroptlltan 95 ColumUa 42 Capitol & North Obtreet 4 J tinmen's lesurauco Co 39 National Met. Insurance Co 09 National Union Insurance Co , 13 Arllogton Insurance Co 135 Conoran losuiance Co 5.1 Columbia 123 aeimac-Amcncan insurance co lao roloumc insurance Co Klpge Insurance Co Washington City Uasllgbt Co UeorcLtoun " u Cbcsapc-ae A Potomac Tel. Co. U. B. tlectrlc Utntco VVpsblDgtou Bilclt Uaiutne Co... Croat Falls Ico Co Dull Bun Panorama Stoik , 3f .... 3 .... 37 .... 4! .... 731 .... 73 ....210 ....t.15 . 2 Krai Estate Title Insurauce Co 125 Columbia 'lltle 51 National Safe Deposit Co Ida "Alderuc-y Hairy WnsoiiM." Fresh Alderney butter, churned every morning and delivered In i lb. "Ward" prints, 40c, per lb. Also cettat;o cheese, butteimllk and sneet milk, 5i, per qt. Crtein, 15c per pt, Wben one roan tries to do tbe work of it ue the ft ulc ol two generally remains uu done. UTJMTV OF TUB Ilt'HTLK. Her ma said her boots were too high la the bee), But no other style she would wear. One day while out walking she stepped on a peel Ot banana, snd uttering an ear-pterclng squeal Bhe f rantlcly clutched at the sir. Uerbuatle was rubber, Inflated of course, Thefsshlon prevailing to meet. And It tamed out to be of her safety the source, For when she sat down on the sidewalk with forco She bounded right back to her feet. In the foregoing maidens who stylish boots wear, This moral will easily find: When sidewalks are Icy, or out of repair, A bustle of rubber, Inflated with air, Is bsndy to csrry behind. Boston Courier. TJtlng fur the (Jliln to "Don't." Don't be slsngy. Don't be affected. Don't giggle snd talk loud on the cars. Don't endeavor to seem what you are not. Don't be a flirt, and If so Inclined strive with all your might against becoming one Don't say cutting things to your acquaint ances. They may forgive, but they will never forget. Don't whisper at entertainments. The stage performance may be far preferable to jour neighbor than your own. Don't be rude to your mother and place your oplolon above hers. She knew some- thing even before you were born. Don't be careless In your sctectlon of gentlemen friends. Discountenance all familiarities; be dignified, but Kind and con siderate. Don't tell ycur secrets 1 The wfso woman, the woman we all revere, does not publish uer auairs among me luwuBpeupio. Dcn't, on the spur of tbo moment, be led Into doing whatever will lower your self-re snect and causa you regret forever alter I For regret Is a worm that Insidiously de stroys the roso colored petals ot happiness. A Chrouln Tendency Utcrcome, Many persons are troubled with a chronic tendency to constipation. They aro ot bil ious temperament. The complaint to which tbey are subject, though easily remediable by judicious treatment, la In msny cases ag gravated by a resort to drastic purgatives and cbolagoBues. As tho human stomach and bowels are lined with a delicate mem brane, and not with vulcanite, they cannot stand nroloDced droncblnz with such medi cines without serious Injury. Nothing re stores snd counterscts an habitual tendency to constipation so cffictually aa Hostotter's Stomach Hitters. Its laxative effect Is gentle and progressive. It neither convulses nor' weakens tbe Intestines, and Its effects are unaccomptnled by griping pains. It arouses the liver when tbe organ Is sluggish, promotes digestion and cucourancs appetite and sleep. For fever and ague, kidney troubles, nervous complaints and Incipient rheumatism, It Is Incomparable. Tako a wineglass before meals and see bow soon you will relish them. Hiiro to Fetch lllm Little Nell Ob, mamma, Mamlo Blinks Is a goln' to bavo a little brother. Omsha Mamma What? 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S.u) bbcrry, " .... 1 W Port, " .... l.ao Clftret,Calirorala$IOO nurgunay i ou iiruiKiy, " Hock, " 1 OU Norton'sVaClar'tlM Dry catawbu.sour 8 Jo rrnmnt attention ulvcn to orders hrtnatl and tele, -bono. Larpe assoilmunt of French, iicrman and other Foreign lnos and Cur dials, at II.A.SELKISONS WHOLESALE STOKE, jsoo ra. a e, n. w. Telephone 114 3. Ijolenale A (rent for tho celebrated TRIM BLE ft UlSKlL3-tho purest la the ma? ket. MONEY TO LOAN. I' OANS In Biutll Samson Real Kstate. j Building Association stock, bonds, com mercial paper; Army and Navy ofllcers' pay accounts cashed and other acuoitableoaurl ties. No delay. THOMAS U. HENSKV, UN F st n w. M' ONET to to an In Sums to Butt. Lowest rates, wo delay. . ,. p. H.BMirn-fcsoN, 132 V Bt n w. $3,000 TO LOAH ON iaxco if.OCO HEAL ESTATE. SiiOO TU03 K. WAUflAMAN. MONEY TO I.OAS At lowest rates ol interest on real ci tato eccurltf. " TH03. J. FISIIEll & CO , I3-.M If st nw. MONEY TO LOAN on Ileal Kstate. rrc-mpt attention to all applications. BWOUll!jlKDP& liRADLKY. Vi! V st n w. M ONKV to Limn on Kent Kstate. Comnmsicm moderate W.HIIliY PB.KBL1C. 13P St. n. W. MNUY TO LOAN nt Low Ilntei on lccalsetiurlttes, listed or unlisted, and good collateral. Hund stocks, commercial rai or bought and sold. LOUIS CUN.N1NU HAM.HIOPst. sio.o()oTotoAN ' te.OM ouKualEi iwo i,0M tate. il,u No delay, I'.A.DAlltiEILlX, M' UM-.Y TO LOAN on Heat Kntuta ami otner nrnt f mm curuies, A.P.FAlUJOX.LiJOFst. M1 ONT.YTO LOAN on Iteal Kstnte or first Class securities J. Y, T. MYERS & ON, ' HJJ New York avo M ON BY to Loan on ltenl Lit at a or firt class securities at lowmt rates ol Interest. No delay whero thasoctirityls good. O. CJ.UU KB NjjW TUiJrtuWj MONKY TO LOAN In Sums Itminlnii from SOO to SIJOOO on approved roal Citato: no delay; charees i oasonublo JOHN M1KUMAN A CO , 1157 Fit. MON1SY TO LOAN nn Koal Kttntt by WEST WASIUMirON 11EL KH 'lA'lE AND lmOKEKS' UXX'ilAMJE, UU SHb tit n w. it. IK Kiiftn. manaarir. UNDEnTAKEHS. T IU1IAHD H. CAIN. Vnrnlihlne Un it dcrtaker.iou 7th st. KterTthlurf tim eless and on tho most reasonable terms. Tola phona call 416-3. J. WILLIAM LEE, (Successor to Henry Lee's Sons), 332 PENNA. AVENUE N. W SOUTH H)E II ranch OWce, JU 8 Mil. Ava. H. W. AUULHT llUlUHHIICK, FtmNIhniNO UNnERTAKEH. No. 810 Penna. ava. n, w , bet. id and tV st. KYerrUilati C.-bt-clin.: What a Time Tropic formerly lmd.trjlng tosnnllow tho oM-faMiloncd pill with IH lllm o. mngncsl.t mainly iltsgutnlug lu bitter ness i and what a luntrnit to Ajm'rt I'll Is, that liaobecn well culled " med icated sugnr-plimis" tho qnly fvar V'' Ing that patients tuny bo tcmptul Into taking too id any at a done. Hut tho directions aro plain mid should bo strlitly followed. J. T. Teller, M, D., of Chlttenango, N. Y., expresses exactly wlint huudrulii Imvo written ot greater length, IIo pays: "Ajer'aCathnrtlo PUN aro highly npproelatcd. They nro perfect In form mid coating, and their e fleets am nil that tbo most careful physician could desire. They hao iMippl.ititod nit tho I'll la formerly popular bore, and I think it must bo long beforo any other am bo nmdo that ultl at all comparo with them. Thoxo who buy jour pills git full aluo for their money." "Safe, pleasant, ami certain In their action, " Is tho conclso testimony of Dr. fli orgo H. Walker, ot Martins. Mile, Virginia. "Ajcr'fl Pills outsell nil similar prep arations. Tho public hrulngonui uned them, will Imvo no others." Derry, Vcnablo & Collier, Atlanta, Oa. Ayer's Pills, I'rr pored 1 y Ir, J. C. A J cr & Co , 7.owe!,Mnsl. fiolil hy nil Ilrnler. Iti Mi'tllclii.. "TVCCOKATEU POTTEIIY, TORCELAIN, ltlCH CUT OLAS3 AndTOREION TANCY GOODS, Especially adapted for HOLIDAY PRHHENTS, lOODra. Avo. H0TEL8 AND RESTAURANTS, .. JUST OPENED. The Columbus, 1117 Q Street Northwest. Tlin ONLY GENUINE ITALIAN DINING ROOMS IN THE CITY. Drcakfau and Dinner served Table d'lloto and a la Carta. Hoard by tho week or month. Table d'llote dinner, Ko and T3o, with one pint bottle of wine, tine dinner parttos a specialty. Also a depository of choice Imported table delicacies of French and Italian products. Finest brands ol Imported Vflnos, liquors and clears. FRAZIER D. STRATTOK, Prop. P.P. IANNARONE, Manager. HOTEL WINDSOR. 8TEI0TLY riEST-OLASS. Corner lath Sr. and M txr York Avenue, FINEST LOCATION lit THE CITV. TTjUIKIS hocsk. XX AME1IICAN TLAtt, reDDa. are . near 14th st . Wnsblnstorj. D. C. JJWANU 13 I'RKIIAY. Special rates to parties and permanent a-nests JOHN U. UAl'.lUS, froprletor. rassenccr Klerator. TTTILLAUD nOIKI, VV WASUINOTOH, . 0. O O 8taples.latfl of Thousand IaU Hoasft,Fror. GIL8EY IIOXJSI3, EUROPEAN FLAN. Oorn.r Ilro.dw.r stnd 89th Btrae.. NEW TOUK CITY. JAKES H. BRBSLIN A 1IKO. Proprletora. 5 EUROPEAN PLAN, Sixth Itroet ana Pennsylvania arenas L. WOODUUUY, Proprietor. T-uroNT ntlDSE, X.' Cor. lTlti and Corcoran sts. n, w., is open for iruests, vhero tney can obtain de llchtfnl apartments, slnglo or en suite, fur risked or nnfurntsuod; also tablo board; rates Tery moderate. J. D.EUHaESS. L. J. WOOLLEN. BURGESS & CO., Wiolciale and Retail 423 loth St. N. W. (Near Gas Oil lco.) Stlcct Oysters a Specialty, 10 cents a Tlate. SOLUS HOTEL and RESTAURANT, PENNA AVE., DET. Uni and 13th sts. Washington, D. 0. C. SOLAIU, Proprietor. Pino dinner rarttes a specialty. Headquarters Empire Club. MUSIC HALL AND RESTAURANT. (Formerly Abner's), E ST., DET. 7TU AND STH. Meals served table d'boto and a la carte. Tho handsome dancing hall can be rented for balls, parties, etc at any time. HERMAN ISIDEir., Proprietor. THE EBBITT: WABHINGTON, D 0. AEHT & NAVY HEADQUABTCE3, rocu mu nuc tani-ta rElttIS--,3.00 and 11.00 per Day. CHAMBEnLIN'S RESTAURANT. FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. tttl bilt and Ui5 Firtecnttt Hereof. A LADIES' HESTAUIIANT, Tli. Most Kxqntslte Uolsln. In Wash loston. Arraneetnent. can be marie for Kece? tlons. Dlnnor or Ibeatre L'artlos. Win., Llqnor. and Cordials by tb, bottla orcaso. JOHN F, CUAS1URRUN, 1UUF EXClIANUir, AN1 KKSTAUItANT, Cor. tlttt at, and 1'a. Ave. SAM'S I A I'lKIlUB IIOU8K, j Curtier lutli auil K sts. n, w. i trst class accommodations for f amlllea and transient guosts. La les: and Gents' Cafo attached. Its es moderate, Forest & Belleau, Europe's Tavorlto CHAMPAGNE. S-wcot. 333t?y- EjT-ULt.. Prercrred on account of Its superior flavor. On Ico at all jrlnclpul hotels and G. G. OORNWELL & SON, rcunsylrunla Avenue. AXELT FIIANCKE, Aaent, 110 Wall street. New York. PHOTO-ENGRAVING llavng recently fitted up a Fhoto-Engiaving Estabhshinmt, In connection mth my PATLNT PROOE5B, I am preimrtd to fnrnlsh ILLCBTlUTlONa AT NEW YORK PRICE! XbotCk-rapblsg on Wood for tbo Trade X,da;-u.3?i.ao Jotoo. .18 ELEVENTH BTREKT, N.W. JERS0NAL.rt GC, YKAKLR. Practical WhIoIi- maker and Jeweler, repairs all kl 1 1 of One watches, clocks and Jowelrf In tlii "out manner, at 10107th stn w. ho y oars' expor'nnnw MUM. M. A. Frrneli. Mnjrnotlo llnnUr atd Business Medium, Is now at homn. No 717 M t a w. wlioro tho would ho plvtio1 to meet I cr many Irlends and patrons. Circle Friday night. TTANTEI Two Yonnff (linll(tnin TV would ltko to makn tbo acoimlntincn tt two yourft ladlos, 17 to 24 roars of iwe; ob Jert. ttwatra and dartclns; letters all private. Addri'PS N. and It.. Crltlo on.rn. M' cMAhTKIt IlltOS., OrnittiAtfls or Ontario Lnltonit ot Veterinary Surironns. loronlo, Cunadat animal pots a spoc!atv. Ofllrc, imfl V ami ICJ) M at n w, WaablnRton, P.O. Tjlrplionocalls,fli4aml Ti. rilWO Magnificent Sllerri'liinos Ner J. Ir now, mimt bo sotd nt a sarrlfloo owners ohllsod to soil before Jan. 1; to ho be seen at O L WILD A Illtt)S.'.70'J7thBtnw "117 HO Is Yonr llatter 7 UltOIlT, 410 Y lllhstnw. from tho lrt. drolrnn to moot nnat tractlvo and lively young ladf, about 'JO roars of age; object, tfieatro-frnlng and social pas time. Addrows R. 1. F , CrUlo oflico. rpltY NlehoU Hair Lotion, Srto a ltnt 1 tie. at barbershop, U. H. 1'atont OIUoo, and 63J V st ne. -ITTILI, Mr, Louis Lime Cull nt 1301 v T 7th st n w and get a package and somu moncr left for him by a lady frletulf ITTINOSOIt A CO.. 14143 N Y nro. Are TV rucelvlnc their fall and winter line of riuiofjsmtB to Menoir, ai.notoi 1 social prices. U M, UK MnTP, 1110 V ft u w, acent. Towcrjlall, Pbllidclphla. AGrNTLKAlAN Uoull Llka the Ac qnaltilarmof Alndy between the nsfs of I7andi3. Pleoseaddress titllCNU, Crltlo C1 C WILL Jlur Nw llnmrn, nniiin (DJU tics and H'nccrs. $10 will buy I u i roi id machines, slliihtly imcI, at FUNK'H, 1 131 7th st, near O st Mark t, tlie chcn,eUani best soy Ing mac 1.1 no aefat y Injhe worlil riALIPOHMIA AVINK ItOOM, 700 O XJ st n w. Jacob (limdhi',ira Cctabratfl White and ftarrt Ulnei by ttieulass ami bot tle. N.K.WBYANU, late from Uau Ucrnar dlno, Cal. SENI l-ontnlCrl to Kloetrlo HtuMin laundry. 1007 R t n w. O T. Niitte. iirop. rpUL Latent I'arln nml l.nlun I'liolo- J irraphlo craze aomblaat Ion tnrtratts; strlktiiR, orlctnal, artlHtli. I'rnntrable In Amirlia only at tbo KESSINurON ART feTl'DIU. 31J pjavo. ASl'KCIAL FKATUllU-Olir All Wool corkscrew mil a only III. bTKAHlKTIinEU & KOM. Manufacturing Clothli r UU V st VtlU CAW IIUY X HP K1ni Ctnthtnir nn rreillt nt rn.h Ttrlfri. direct from tho mamifumiirur rllASIIIIllllKH .t MlV. lUIPat. E Oil EIIT HYATT, Dealer In Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats, Tonltry, Gamo, Fresh VeKOtaules, Cliolco Fruits, oto. mo nthst. w. w. 0. S. KKNFIEX.1). rraotlcul Wwtcli- maber and oritlelim. h otiDiKid nt UlS iimw ft iuii lino 01 waicues, nuu uni' ments and optical roixIs. ItcpalrlDd chro nometers and lino watxhos a spoclalty. Time locks cleaned and sept la order. ItutV WHITK, nttinoKrapher ud tTnowrltr! contracts and tmeolfloR- tlonsofall kinds at reasonabloratcsaieechcs, sermons, tcstimony,oto., accurately reported, A few pupils taken at moderate charge loofl Futn w, ltoom 13. 1.M11ST-CLASS MEALS Tor Xle. Hell's . International Dining and Lunch Rooms. m9Pa aro nw. Hoard and rooms, 11 and II 60 per day. riUtOY LAUNliUV, I 1110 (1 fttreet nnrthwnHt. Branch office, 121 i Penna. are. Collars and Cuffs a specialty at coo per tioz; Shirts 100 each. Goods called for and delivered at any part of the city. rnrPE-WKITlNO TAUOUT AtHoom CBt.Clond Baltdlng. Ke forenoon. rK. MULL Kit. XJ Bpoclallst for tho TlMOKATED PLATE, 1) Prlnttai JCj tWTlsltlng cards from samo, 45c; print ne 100 Tlsltlnic cards from tho samo, 760; lithograph check books mie to order. J. L. KEHVANT). 1013 Pa ave n w. TUK UCEKH OF nKKHS Is tho best Iti the market. pUlUTY I1A1UY LUN01I KOOH3, Corner Blorcnth and B streets n. w. E. W. 8IMO.NDS, Prop. Breakfast from 7 to 11 a. m. Dinner from 4 to 0 10 p. m. Meals to orclir. Lunch at all hours. All paltry homo mado. Furnished Uooins by tho day, week or montu. TlVlinKK 0001)9, Imported nnd Io J.V mestlo, of all dnnrTliifkms, at tho AN ULO-AMEhICANltUimLUCO,935 Fttnw. GKINTLKMKN'S Suits Snoured nnd pressed for SI. Coats, too.; pants, sac., Tests, 23o. Goods called for and delivered. Repairing and altering done la tbe bust mannor. K. I. HAHN, 7C5 Ninth til. N. W.. Waihlmtton, D. 0, Talephone Call. Wi-A. BtKNAKU KESTKltMANN, Mr chant tailor, UWDstnw. Spring uty Ins lust rt coked butts from S-M upward, CItan mi? and rei airing tn tbe boat manner. riiuK uukkx or uui:ui IxaJs them all. Fit. YODNU't) STKAM CAitl'JVT- Cleaning and Itenoyatlng Works. Feathers renovated, mattrusHoa made over, furniture steamed and moths destroyod. Uti Pa ave nw. Factory, corner ot otti and K sts a e WANTKD-ALL TO UNOW TnAT DK. Taylor. 934 V street, near Tenth, make boantlfuleetsof artlfiutal teeth, for $51 guar antoed to glvo full satisfaction; extraotlnv with gas. chloroform or local anesthetics. 50 oents; wl'hout, 29 cental filling at very low prices COUNTRY PROPERTY. 1?OK BALK : A licantlful Homo of 10 acres at Chan liily, Va,18 miles from city; improfomeuts cot to (XK): can bo bousbt for H,M). FOUlYACItB,S01u timber, 4 room Pramo rJoute, outbuildings, spring and fruit; 7 milm from city, ?4 intle from It, It. station. Only i wo. 1 ELVE ACnns, su miles from Aqneduet Brldee. 9-room Frame House, new; good out buildings, fruit and vine J ard; ft Mo. TWFMY ACHES, adjoining Arlington, on UnoofMt Vernon avo 1 llnost posiiblovlow of city; cl eop and good terms, ONE UUNDItKU ACHKS, adjolotcg Mt. Vernon, two large orchards, well watered, 13 room llouso, largo barn and all outbuild tags. In Mm class condition; $30 pur acre UNK 11UNDHBO AND'Hbl BUS AOJtE4. ono mile from station on Met Ur ; good build ingsaid fruit; uo miles from city; only $) rer aire. lOI1UNDIlEDANDEianTEEACnE4, Cmlifs from lit. yd btatlon, on Met Ur.fls miles from city; 8 room House, Shams, woll VtHttiHl and fenced; ntily 315 iwrnoro TWELVlfi ANl A-IKLV Atl.SS. lJtnlloi from r Itv on Kockvllle 1 urnplge, H mite from Ulrdlism btatlon, Met. Hr.i good Frame Hcufunf 6 rLKuns, neat outbuildings, frjlt, Cte; S-Mi&O IOUUAUtFS.ln Falls Church; brand now and elegantly built it story aud inansirt I rnrau Iloiiho of 14 rooms, with evtry ihwhiuIo eotncnlcnie: the minutes' walk from It it st ailou; cburihos anl schools of hlgliost order, fcloit n, eloj 8l,f-oo ou good terms. T. II. hYl'UEKU A CO . 1007 F St. "ITK Have Several Vury Vl liable TT large prort1es for salo.sltuatod on Massaehaettis ave extended and ou tho Ten leyiown road, w bk h offer to ln tutors ram chances for largo and quick prollts. Also, a numltr of bcautllul buluilng tos. homo clietco lots and tevcral aplundld suburbau fuims. It. n GOLDSUOKOUU & CO , 1403 F St. )OSHI.YNN AOAIN tit tile KOItlt, V TIIK COMING INVKSl'VlENT. lie tint t villa sites )tt offcrtHl. overlook ing all oitiirt. vL6 adcs each, only S cents per foot. Pert una ntd only look to bo oonvlnuol ttiat cy tttunot go wrong In purclKuIng, TAqutdurt lrfc Prllge, Memorial Itrllw end Mt email avinuo aro bound to dourne all InviRtments rimfn nt Koslynu. t LJiXi'ni.imjvJ.iowPM. SIMV C1IO10K HKLdOT'IONS 4F SMALL I10MI HOP 1'HOMONK TO ONE IllTMlKKD ACHKS, IMPROVE) AND I'N IMI'ltOVBD.WirillN 1-KiiM UNR HAl.V ill 'imtKP.MU.EyOF1UB tUY.AT LuWISoT PUJLJitf ANUMOHTFAVOHABLKTKllUtl. T. U HPUEIU) &. CO. Iltl7 F St. , 3FL. 3. BDBLO W-JST, DEALER IN Paints, Oils, Glass, Urnslies, Vnrnlthct, fllues, Castor and Mtuls toot OUi IffhU bKVENTU ftTIlKKT N0IlTnvVE3T HAIt.nOAD3. ri'nr (iittAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE To the North, Yftutt and Hontl.wait. nrntJt Traek. 8pUnUJ Rctnny, iI(tgniJU(Ttt h'qvtpnwu BUil IlaUi, In irrscT NovrMnrn n, ISS7. Ttolnitear Wathtnnton from Mat Inn, cornet of bixth and h itrttlt, ot folimtt; FornttHbnrandlti Wtst, Chicago Uraltoo Uit-renn of I'a'acB Kluoptna Cur at 9 Wl a a datlyt Fait I.tno, 0 W a m dally toClnolntiat' and Kt Louis, with Mlonplnfr t'ars Irom Usr rlsburp to Cincinnati and UutTot Car toft Louts; dally, except Saturday, to Chlcoan with Blreplrn Car Altonna to Chtaai Western EipruH at 8 10 p m dally, will Klreplns Cars Vmihlnuton to Clilntin an bt. uiuls, and (except KAturdayt) llarrli hnrjrto tleTplana.couooctlrirt dally at II ir rhtiurffwlthttintnah Hlcpj-rrB for inlivili and Mumphlfl latltlo Ex press, ton) pm dally, for rittsburtc and tl Wet, wV thnmch Hlwin-r Hrrlhnrf b Chlcac-i. UALTIMOHE A J'O'IDMAU KAlLlMli For Urlu, (nnnniJalffua. ttovtiiMlnr. lHi(Tnii Nluiipra. 1U0U p m dally, extort Kattirdat with I'alat e Can Waxhlugton to llotmitor For Illlflmr'Dott, Lock llavun and Klmtra at 0 fid n di dally, except Knnday For Now York and tho Kr, 7 20, OOO, 11 W and U. to am, 2 00,4 10, 10 00 and U'-Mpm On wunday, uno, n 40 am, aoo, 410. wt and 11 JO pnt. Ltmltod Bipressof l'ullnUD Car lor ard lilnln('ars, 40 a rn dally, ex crpt Sunday, and 3.1 p ni daily. For iloston wliliout cbango, WOO praetor day. For lirooklyn, N. Y all ttirouirh trains oon ntctatJcrpoy City with boats of lirooklyt Antinx, affordlnjr direct transfer to Fulton BtrLLt,aToIdInKdoaile ferrtace aenws New York city, For I litlrvlefi'hlii. T.vO, W 00, II 00 and It.iO a nt 8 00. 4 10. C 00. 10 00 and 11 JO n m. On Hun day.800, 11 4dn m.SU0, 4 10, o) 10 00 snd Ui p m. Limited Exprosa Parlor and Utn Inir Oars. 8.40 a m week darsand a 41 nrn dally For Hiiltlmoro, 0 38, 7 SO, 000,9 411, 9 60. II fK and 11 40 a m.. U (A, s.00, a 41, 4 to, 4 -M. 4 40 6 00,8.10, 10 00 and IlOp m (hi Humlay. 0 00, 0 9 W, 11 40 a m, 4 00, 3.43, 4.10, 0 00 Sin looOandlUDpm. For Pore's Creek Line, 7.20 am and 4 10 pro dally, oxrept hunday. For Anna)oln, 7'J anl 000 a n. 1101,40 and ( j m daily, except Bun J ay, tlundays 9 (Oam aud 4 10 pm. ALEXANDRIA A Nil HtKUKKICKnailQ HAIMVAY ANIiALKXANIHltA AND WAblllNUTON ItAILKOAU. For Aloxandrla, C CO. o 45, e '. o 47, 10 67 a m, 13 M noon, 8.o 4 S5, iJi 0 01, 8 (rt, in 01 ani 11.37 p m. On Hliti'lay at C 00. 8 40, 9 47, 19 61 am a co, C 01, 8 05 and 10 oa 11 m For Ktchmond and tho ttoutli, (100. 10 37 a it dally aiirt 4 35 p m dally, excet t S.mdny. Trains leave Aluxandrta for Vaxh1ni;tin, C 03, 8 (. tf 10. 10 15, it 07 a m, l w, 3 on, a a, n 10. 7 05, 9 aj and 10 44 p m and 1213 mMnlfrliL except Monday. On fr-mvtay at 8 00,910 and 11.07 a m, tf 00, 5.10, 7.03, 9 W, lOUpa end W1& nlirM. Tlckttsand intDrmatlonattheolllco, north eat corner of 13th street and I'anniytTanla avenno. and at tho station, where ordoMcan Iroleft for tho chttcklng ul batiuacolo dostl tiBtUm ftiim hotels and rcaldem ts. CL1AH E l'Udlt, J.U.WOOD, Oem-fal Manager. (1. P. A. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. Schedule In effect Nov. M, 17. Lcaro Wahlnuton from station, corner ol New Jersey avenuo and U titretL ForChlcniro and Northwest, express dally !DUiLm..u (On. m. For Cincinnati and fat. Louis, express dally C, 30 and 9 40 p.m. For Pittsburg and Cleveland, oxprcis dally iota a.m. ,84o p. rn. lor Lexington and Local Stations f fC a. m. For Philadelphia, Newark and Wilmington, 7 30 a. m., JSAundSMp. m dally, eipress. For Intermediate points bctwuon llaltlmore and Philadelphia, 15 a. rn.andt3.i3p m. For Mngcrly and Intermediate points, tl 30 ForBalllmoro, 5. CM, 0.4O, 7.10, 8 30,9 10 a. m.l'I0, 8.M, 313 (13-mlnuto train), 1 30 4 30, i 40, 5 10, bSA, 0 1 7 30. 8,13 aid 11 30 Fm. bunduys. CW, 7.30, 8 30, 9 50 a m, 30. 283,3.10, 4.40, &.30, 3.&5. 0 43, B33and 11 W P.m. ror Auna,ma, o.iu anu n,. u ra , jj iuanu 4 b(i p m Onbundays. 8 so a. m, 4 40 p.m. Ixao Acnapnlla 6,40, 8 30 a. m, 12 03, 3.M, 6 30 pm. Sundays, 8 80 a.m., 4 ion. m. For ay stations between Washington and llaltlmore, B. 040, 8 30 a. tn , 1JI0, 310,440, C43and 110 p.m. On Sundays, 8.30a.m., 1 JO, 3 30, 4 40, C.43 and 11 30 p. ro. lor stations on tho Metropolitan Uranch, 16 83 a. rn 8 40 a. m , it 40 p. m , for princi pal stations only, 11 10 p. m. and t3"W p m (Oo Himday stops at all stations. ForUaltbersbtirg and intormodiito points, to 30 a. m., 112.30 p. m., 3 33, tiiJM p m. For ltoyd'a and Intcrmodlato stations, 77.00 p m tiop.m. Churth train leaves Washington on SnuJaj only at 1 10 p m , stopping at all stations 00 Metropolitan Iiranch For Frederick, t8 40 a.m., 1210 p. ra,t5.10 p, m. huudays. 1 lu p m. For llagcrstown, td 40 a m. and 11 30 p. ra. Trains arrh e from ( hloago dally C Jo a. m. and c 43 n. m 1 fiom Cincinnati and ht Louis, dally c w a. m. and S S3 p. m.; from Pittsburg dally 7 VO a, tn , 5 43 p. m trom Philadelphia, chostcr and WIlmlng ton, 10 4Bo.m tH0, 7.10 aud 9 30 p. m. dally acd 110 p. m. tTom Mngcny auu laicrmfumio pumu B 10, 0 23, C.'W, 7..0, 9, 9 C3, 10 a. m , 1 J.15, 1-10, 3, 4 10, 6, 0, 6 30, 7.30 810 and 11p.m. On bunday, 6.30,7.90,9 03, 10 a. m.t 1J0, 1.13, 4.10, 8, C 80, 7.30, 8 30 and It p m. tKxccpt Kiinday. Dally. (Bun Jays only. Puggace called for and chocked at not ell and roiklcnt es on orders left at ticket oiilccs, 619 and 1331 Pa. are. W. M. CLEMFNTS, C. K. LORD, Manager, ("fen. Pau. Agent. PIEDMONT AIR LINE. fcCHKDULB IN EFFECT NOV 21, 18S7. R nil a. m.T!ii.t TpnnMHiH itihiI dallv tar War ronton, Oordonsvllle, Charlottesville, Lynchburg and stations between Aloxan drla and Ljnchburg, Urlstol. ItoauoLe, Knoxvlllo, Jtomo, Calera, Montgomery end New Orleans. Pullmau blecicr VvasnlDgton to New Orleans. 11:24 a. m. Fast mall dally tor Warrcnton, Charlcttesvillo, OoiMonsvllIe, stations Chertapeako and Ohio route, Lynchburg, Hocky Mount. Danville and stations be tween Lynchburg and Uanvlllo, Ureens boro, ltaielgb, Charlotte, Atlanta, lilrtn Ingham, Montgomery, NewOrleans, Toxos and California, Pullman sleeper New ork to Atlanta, In connection with Pull man Blec.Hjrs Atlanta to New Orleans, and Mann boudoir sleepers for lllrmlngbam, Vicknburg and bhrcveport. Uolld trains W aslilngton to Allanta. Does not connect for C. and O. route points bund-iys. a 35 p m. daily, except bunday, tor Manmis, btrasbnre and Intermediate stations ; Con net ts nt ltlvcrton vlih b. V. it. IL fur Lu ray, arriving 8 10 pm, fl.30 p, m Western express dally for Warren ton, Oordonsvllle, Charlottesville, Louis ville, Cincinnati and bummer resorts on and near line of Chesapeake and Ohio route. Pullman blockers and solid trains Washington to Louisville; also for Lynchburg, Bristol. Chattanooga, Memphis, Little Hook and all South wen ern points. Through Pullman sleepers Washington to Memphis without change. llpm. Bouthern oxprois dally for Lynchburg, Danville, J.aietEh,ABU:vlire,LharIoito, Lo lumbltt, Alkcn, Augusta, Atlanta, Mont gomery,NewOrlcans.Toxasand California 2'utln.an sleepers VtaBhlngtou to New Orleans, via Atlanta and .Montgomery Pullman sleepers Washington to Alkcn, ti. G, wltLout change. TIUINS ON WAvniMlTON AND OUIO DIV1MON Leave Washington 0 U a. m. daily, except bunday, and 4 43 p. m. dally, arrive Bound 1111111:43 a.m. and 7:21 p.m; return ing, leave Bound 11 1)1 6,10 a. in. dally and l-jo p. m, dally, except bun J ay, airtvlcj WafLlnpttinb.loa. m and 3.55 p. ra. Through trains from tho houth vlaChir tot to, Danville and Lynchburg arrive In rt a-m Ington 8 10 a. ra. and 8J3 n. m ; via East Tuu nitsco. Drlttol and Lynchburg, at 10 13 a in and D 40 p ra j via Chcrarease and Ohio route and t Imrlot tcsvll to, 0 40 p. m. blrasbcrg loal 9 47 a. w. Tlekcti, slcejlng-car reservation aud In formation fornlnhed and hagcago chuokod at Cfflte, 1100 Pennsylvania avenue, and at Pas songer btatlon, Pennsylvania it. tc . slit h and B blrects. 3K&. L. TAYLOH. (1 en cral Pasaengor Agent, CHESAPEAKE & OHIO ROUTE. (Newport News and Ml-wNstppl Valley Col Hchodulo In effect June 5, 1M7 Trains IcavoUnlou Dciwt, Blxtb and B sis. 1067 A. M.-For Newport News, Old i.lnt Comfort and Norfolk. Dally except buu day. Arrive In Norfolk 7 top ra. 11.21 A.M. For Mrglnla Spring, atatloni on tho C-htfaiake x Ohio and imluto WcEt. Daily except bunday Obu.iva tkmtar, iharlotlcsvllle to Clifton Furae Ibrouth Pullman buffet sleeping Cairs, Lllllou loicotolMiMUIo and bt. Louts 6.00 1'. M. latt vetcru express daily Solid train, Tilth Pullman Buttet tlvpiu caritc LouUvtllo Iullraan service t"" clrsatl, St. Louis, MtnutJs and N.w Lltans OUite, 613 Pcnnsylv anla nvenuo. ji.w hu.i:ii, f.tu t'tut 'd., c..3?33,x,iasrc3-s. OlSO. WllaLMLU Has ifl Bioca a fall 1:l. of Carpptlflm, aij rradMi UUclotkJ, Cooca anj s.rav? aattlnc. Also latest stylia In ftoll I'srw, wwn ubsdt. and fort'i Gcoill WU. Wli. sad Pcai norcozf. pmoib UlW. 4t9 HINTB TBT KOBTnWMT, AUCTION SALLS, CIIANCKHYrlAT.nnrViranLI! KHKU KSTA1K ONIiODAUYSTUlIUr NO. (HUN, W, Hy virtue of a decree of the Sawenw Ramt cf tliolJlitrlctof Coiumola, pasnl la E'ltilty lauso i.o. KWii. I wilt soil stpxMlc auction. In frrnt of thn rreinli nn NflflU) Y, TUB WTH HAY OP IjKnSMHfSH. A. U. 1W, AV IIALr PAST-tOCI,OCK 1. U, th4 north Tlf tcn Icet front nn Iiouadarr htrnet by a dnp'li of cishty feotof lot nine, In Wright mi luI'diTiohm of a pnrtff Plnasant ritui.ln prcTcd hy a two story frame house. Terms ot wle onrHblnt ch, balanr 1 ".ixatid tr.tlYo months from day ofsai 1 two equal Installments', the dererrod par mints to ho scoured hy decl ot truit onsafd rial rstate, with Interest at sit percent pur an mini, or all rash, at option or purchaser If terms of silo be not rompllcd wltti with In ten days after nalottm proiirty will bd refold at rlk and cuit vl dcfaultlas pur cLaser. A ilepnlt of 810ft will bo rciutrd whin iirojirtyl soncki-d down. All coareaae lus nt cott of iiurrhnner W, MtEHToN WILLIAMSON, Trusfe". Kunras lU and M, bt Cloni IUiI. wrntU f(. AiiPtUrtitfn" EUUCATIUNAL DK.tWINO xV IMINTIMO Na tional Academy of Finn Arts, ml Git, prttilded over by Mrs Imogono It. Jfurrclt, who nas had 13 rnndats and s'udled 13 year In Kuro with tbe moit eulobratdd artlit. TotTcvent hltdnn forming carelfss habits cf drawing, they will bo received Saturday, at 4 yiarsof age am) upward, for almost notlilrg Thorough ttihtnietloa in every I ranch of art, from drawing of all kinds to liortralt and b1sior1cl painting. Krenliitt cluPti for Indict and gentlemtjn. Monda4 and fdncsdays at 7 o'clock. SiGNOR A.A.IANNOTTA, MAbTEItOF TIIK OLD ITALIAN METHOD OKTHEAIITOF VOCALIZATION, Is prepared to nreve pupils and can be Inter Viewed at tbo AllLINu'ION IKJl'tEL betweea 10 a m. and M m and a Ui 4 p. m. DKAWIN41 SOIIOOI. ArctiltrLturat Mechanical and Perspective Drawing, w en Monday and Wednesday evenings, from 7 to 9. Apply on class utfli's, or fm-ntltdiJO to flEO. II I'llKLP. urrrnt.Hd iioor. CrEscntrAir U fiPJUiCEu.vicai'iiacli Academy of the Holy Cross, 131'J MAHH. AVE. N. W, Will rcsnme tint Monday In Scptombcr. It af fords every facility for ncoulrlng alhoronet. and accumpllHhHl education, rno maslcal itciartmtnt. embracing Harp, Piano, organ, Clultar, lianjo and Mandolin, Is directed by thoroughly accomplished teachers. Patmlnjx In Lustre. Oil and Water Colors, Spoolalat tcntlon paid to bookkeeping and ths Higher Mathematics. Attuohod to tho academy If a Department for Little Hoys. MMITIs'S CQNIMERCIAL COLLEGE, SIS SIXTH KTKKKT K. W., Ncr City PostorQce. ralIor.a(njr Bept 13. CataloimM rrc tn application at Cull.jre ofllco, on first fljor. ftutn9a m.to.p m.orbrtnall r. a. MA1ITVN, rresldent. C. K. UllNEK. Lil U.B. rrinclpal. STATIONERY. RIDER & ADDISON, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In PAPER, BLANK BOOKBAND6TATIONERY, No, 814 8th at n w, near Pa avo. Orders or requests for quotations given per sonal attention, and satisfaction gjaranteed In price and quality. EASTON & HUPP, Corner fenna. At., and 13th St. N. W. WniTISa TADS. WRITING TABLE'S. ENVELOFES TO MATCH, For Merchants, Hankers, Lawrcrs, Tourist, and KlltoCorrcspondcDco. CAIID ENGRAVING AND TRINnNO. BUNK COOKS. BLANK BOOBS. CL0THINK. BUSINESS SUITS. At $2" and 138 wo will furalsb you with stylish Husmess suits, mado by practical tail ors, from superior fabrics, excellently trlmmrdand perfeui in Qt. oir rtetkcon si'tsof a largo assortment of really clioleo Woolens In Suitings, Trouserings and Over coatings. HARBAN & BENNETT, rino Tailoring and Men's rurnldhlngs, IHflN.Y.ave. NOW IS THE TIME To buy your WINTER CLOTHING Gents1 Baits. ranging from 15 to 310; Over coats from 4 to $15; Men's working Pants1, t, SI S3, 81 f0 and th Hoys' Pants. 7H, SI tJ l U); Hoys' bults, all-wool, with short rant, SI. S and SO, worth S10; Boys' School Uats and Caps, 13, S3 and 50c; Misses' aud Hoys' Kchnol btiocs, from fl upward. The best Ji rx bhoos in tbo eity, and oar I J Ehocs can't e Leat, at J. W. SELBY'S, 191.-1016 TENN. AVE. N. W. Imporle and Tailor, Sprlotr Ooods, all of tho LatestNovel West Eocllsh, Frencb and Scotch Saltings, etc., Jost arrived. Ur. DARR personally fits all garmeats cudo In onr eBtabllfihacct. 1111 Penna. Avenue. FINE WATERPROOF CLOTHING. NEWEST STYLES of Silk amlAttwa Sur faeo RL'lllJEU HAPS, Including tho follow ing itjlcsi Jiewmarkets, olnsoflttlng, with sleeve, capes and hood; Kensington, halt elcto-nttlng, with arm capes und hood; Circu lars, loose-tit ting, with nootli lino Indi btrlpo raps. In circulars, raglans and Lane trys. These are tbe latest and bent things tn Oomomers . , , Men's All-wool Cloth Mackintosh Coat. Men's lte crse cloth and Itubber Co its. Plain Klack uosiamers In all grades. Mens Ptnu ltubbcr Coats. Capea and Talnus, ilubber 11 one Covers and Wagon Aprons. 1h OOOUYEAU HUdUETl CO 3 1130T3 an) HIoEb are celebrated tbo norld over for thetr superior quality. We guarantee DOT 1 OM l'WCEb fur goods of similar quality. Goody oar Rubbor Co., 309 9th st. n. w., near la ate. MELVILLE LINDSAY, Manager. Toor Rubber Goods are dear at any ptlce FINANCIAL 8, K. PLAIN & CO., Br.OKElM, Grain, Provisions and Stocks, UTB AND t STS. AND litlf StM Wiuhlnstoii, U. V. City References, COU'MBIA NATllWAL SAUK. (Ti'ceC'i Corro rondcnis-MUnime. UoUcian i to. Corstart quotation, ot It. Chicago an4 Kewlork ilaraots by eidulal nlre. BiraiNEW.OOIilOn COIE. 'naauBtskJHuvcmfnicoonjJSC. JM joinjrcanivoinriwedrDrrjfitvtiiscg eBldju toHlfiJfVTt)Yrf4criineri JL.dtici tfPWBne:ltfld TipWdiiBUftftntS WAT eBjpf any Uifs.Mff irabUnnlp. crnarteriT or monuJrffniiihJflaeB. uraonatca su ways IfliiefflfiiJIatialittaattWtiUTw frrtt an ralIritrpO2ttanrna1L It O, SPENCER, rrlQclKiuu.fit'jaiCEii.VicoPiIaclraL