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TUB WASIIliVtiTON Cni'l'IC, THURSDAY KVKNIW., MAIU'll H, IMHH. TOPIGS OF THE DAY. Mr, JIcSlianc'8 Experience as a Captive Among the Indians. THE PRESIDENT'S AUTOGRAPH Honictlilni; Ahout tlio l'ots of tlio 1'iThlclcntlnl Household. Hays a Washington special to thu rittsbitrcf iVw: A lady went to tlio White II0M6O recently to obtain tho Vrrsliicnl's nuloginph. llniulliiL' Mr. Prmlcn, tlio executive clcik, n. blight, clean sheet of tinted nolo paper with ho monogram upon It, sho requested that gentleman to ask Mr. Cleveland to InHCiibo his name thcicon. Mr I'rudcn, nlnnys obliging, went to tho I'lesidcnt'B private olllco to sccino tlio favor for tho lady. Itoturnlng In a few momentsheuaid: "Thol'icsidont fends his compliments, and says that if you will bring your autograph album lui will bo glad to writo his nnnio in it, but ho never puts his sic naturo upon a blank sheet of paper." Tho lntlv uns rather taken aback, but, thanking Mr. Prtulcn for his kindness, loturncd homo tohiinghur album. Tlio book being a trlllo dingy in irppc.unnco. ami also ipiito mil ot autographs, slio determined to pur diaHc a now ono and liavo tlio I'rosl dent's signatuio to "strut It." Pio (ccilinc to Uallantyno's book stoi o,on f-cu'iith stieot, slio bought a now and handsome album, and icpaircd to tlio White House, arriving there within twenty minutes from tlio thno sho had left. Mr. l'ruden smiling, took tho book and lepaiicd to tlio Presi dent to obtain his autograph for tlio persevering lady. Hetuining. ho gavo tho book to the lady, who, thank ing him. left for her home. Upon ar riving tlicio sho opened tho album to jtno on tiio valued inscription and found tho following: Womnn's nnmn- hers lint (o give avvnyl A mnn's, hit ull; It should not go nstrn) UltllVlllClhVLIAMI Says Carpenter in tho Now Yoik Wot hi: President Clovcland is avciso to the kissing of babies and ho avoids it whenever ho possibly can at his noonday icccptions. Now and then he has to succumb, however, and ho would, perhaps, add to hia popularity with his Cabinet if ho would do as Andrew Jackson did delcgato tho kibsing to them. Jackson, on ono of his tours, was handed n dirty-faced baby by a veiy proud mother. Sec retary of War Katon was standing beside him at tho time. Jackson held the baby up and said: "Ileio is a beautiful specimen of young Amci lean childhood. Noto tlio brightness of thnt eye, tho btrcnglh of theso limbs and tho sweetness of theso lips I" Jleio ho pushed tho baby into tlio faco of (Icncial Katon and said, without a word of warning: "Kiss him, Katon 1" and, of com so, Katon had to do so. My authoiity for this Mory is Judgo A. It. Uotclor, now of the Attorney-General's ofllco, who was with Jackson at tho time and witnessed tho incident. It is remarked by tho Washington correspondent of tlio Now York Tribune that Congressman McShano of Nebraska probably shaies tho opin ion of most Western men that tho only good Indian is a dead Indian. He was tolling a group of his friends the other day of his expoiionco among tlio Indians. Sovoial ycais ago, while looking after his cattle on tlio plains of Wyoming, some liostilo Indians captured tho futuro Congicss man and ran off a goodly portion of his cattle. Being their prisoner they compelled him to cook lor thoiri., and to add, as it-weio, insult to iujiuy, they made him slaughter his own cat tle for their benefit. "Well," said Mr. McShano to his friends, "you will se.ii eel y beliovo mo, but it is a fact that instead of putting mo to tlio tor tin omul killing mo by inches, as is thcii custom, thoy moved oil ono lino morning and left mo and mv cattle behind, contemplating a Wcstoin huniio on an empty stomach. It didn't tako mo long, I assuio you, to make backs for civilization. Hut what puzzles mo to tlio picsont day is why they didn't kill me." "Piob ably they weio afiaid of your led hair," inildlv ventuied Cannon of Illinois. "Maybo they considetod you a snciecl chaiactcr on that ac count," lomakcdsomo ono else. "Oh, neither is tho trno leason," hoio broko in Laiid, McShano's colleague "In my opinion, tho Indians moved off because they weio disgusted with McShano's cooking. In tho gen eral laughter which followed, Mr. MiShano joined as heartily as tlio rest. "I wouldn't bo a bit surmised," said he, "if that was tho reason why they left mo behind, Threo days of my cooking was probably all thoy could stand." It is said (by Fiod Mussoy of the Cincinnati Uominera'al-Oazette) that fcinco'Mrs. Cleveland's retain fiom tlio South sho has been spending most of her time at lied Top, whilo her hus band remains atthoWhitoIIouso, and that sho vciy Badly misses tho com panionship of her mother, who sud denly dopai ted for Kuiopo n fow days ago. Meauwhilo tho fawn which was picsented to Mis. Cleveland in Mor ula has ai rived and been decorated with a bluo libbou about its neck and a bell. Mis, Cleveland's privato menagerio now consists of tho yronch poodle, Hector, who has turned out to ho a gicat lepiobato and wan deis nil over town at all soils of houis of tho night, distuib ing tho choice canine chelea of society of Washington; a big llei iinnl dog, five canaries, four cats, tlio fawn, tho Jorsoy heifer, (iiacio, pie (tented by Gcoigo W. Chllds; a dozen white mice, two peacocks, two guinea pigs, two alligatois, a huge assoitmeut of blooded fowls, and tho tender recollection of tho dead monkey, which was Mis. Cleveland's chief soui co .of consolation and enjoyment while It lived, and whosu uutimolv takini; off by a sevoro cold was a gie.it blow to tjio ehaiming lady of tlu Whlifl Homo. Tlio JlntlloIdH Kciiinnclccl. In the Vjiitcd Stales District Comt at Louisville, Ky., fc-ulurilay, Judge Cur ie iiinmlcd tlio West Virginia prisoners, tho llntlielils, to tlio elinrpo of the 1'ike County olllclnls. This Is a victory for thu Hate of Kentucky, An appeal to tho United Ptales Ciictilt ( oiut was taken. Andicw Varnoy, ono of tlio prisoners, got up ana stated that ho Wanted to ho K-nt back to Plko County.nnd that ho did not think It wad lair to maUo hlin and tho others Milkr In oulcr that Wt Vliululn might light her legal battle. "Alclrrney Dairy WnKOiis." Frrsh Alileiney butter, churned every morning and delivered in 1 lb "Word'' prints, 46o. per lb. Also cottage cheese, Iiittennilk and bweet milk, Jc. per ut. C'rttui), 15c. per pt, A liorxK ron A ItOAl)," It Should Iln im thoT.Inn nf (1m 1'enii jlvnnla Avpnun llrlilgn, I'nmutCniTic Under tlio caption "A Itehitcforiiltoail," Titr.l'iiinc of tho.M Instant lniircprcsentrd mc iloiil)tlcs In fiilvcitcnlly, but 1 don't llko to be mis represented even in that way. I am not n Maryland land ow ncr nor a riticn of thnt Stnte, and have no pecuniary Interest whalccr in tho location of tho road that is to ho constructed fioin tho eastern terminus of tho l'cnuyhaula Avcntio Hrlclgc, now In coime of erection. 1 could not hao "recommended an Inter medial o route," because I hao not yet been ndvlsed as to the route suggested by Hie committal of gentlemen from Mary land who waited upon tho honorablo ConiniMoncrs of tho District of Columbia a few days ago. Homo cars ago when a few orii", cry few, thought tho bridgo leforrcd to a feasible project, your correspondent spent several -months caiiviisslnt; tho city and county and far eastward into Maryland for the names of representative men po tltlonlngCongrcxs lor tho necessary ap- rchiilln and Incurring the eternal hatred of some I succeeded in getting up n very repeclnblo memorial, Indorsed by nearly every member of tho Maryland Legisla ture. Nothing was done, however, during the then appioaching Congress (Korty-clRhth) but to enter tho w edge and let it stick. ' In that memorial wo sot forth facts braving iiioii tho great Importance of a road In connection with tlio proposed liridpo that would lead mora directly into tho interior of Prince George's County, Mnivlnnd, When tho 1 orty-nlntli Congicss was comoncd 1 placed a copy ol tho bill, which hadhcen slumbering for two year, In the hands of Hon. ilnrncs Campion, mid so fully did he lcnllc flic Importance oftho measuroto hlspcople, as woll as to oi ii-", thnt ho loin traduced It tho same dny. and hating the courage ofhisiou lctloii?, ho worked and fought for it to the end. Audio him nrowcr more in debted foi w hat Is now unit crsnlly no knowledgcd toboan Improvement thnt, In my Judgment, at least, has already hail tho cllcct of resuiiectiug moro dead prop erty and causing greater changes in the tnx aeisoi's list or the District than any other improvement dining the last de cade, nt Ie.it. Tlio alil limd should have beau inado part ami parcel of the llrldgo bill; but It whs hoi iicerneu nuMtaoie, lor iiio reason that It tiih very dlllkult for tho fow workers (o bring Congress up to the point ol giving us the latter, and finally did not npiiionnoto morotliiin half money enough to build n decent Imdgc. After the pasago oftho bridgo bill, fongress thought jiroper at the heel of InM tcsIon, to glvu us $oO,000 for tho "couipletion of tho Kastcrn Uranch Itonil,1' and three other roads in tho Dis trht. 'lhe iiluascology "completion of thol.atein lliaiich Hoad," was very un fortunate not to say nonsensical, because theio is not now and never was, as a mat ter of fact, any load ot that designation In the District of Colombia, oil tho state ments of many old inhabitants to tho con trary notwithstanding, and it was llnally so determined. In justice, however, to the gentlemen In Congress who favored the said ViO.Cioi) nppiopiiation, it has been dc eloped that thoy find In their minds the proper location of the rood which. In my opinion, Is along the line of I'cnnsyl Minla avenue extended. This Is the only loute ever tavoiably consldeicd in tho committee looms, and so far as I know, tho only one mentioned, and I cannot conceive of any good ieaon why It should not bo adhered to. This subject is not half exhausted, cm biaciiigsoine facts now published, but I fear this communication is already too 'ii ir. Moral III11. D. 0. March 8. The Xiw City I'ostoilloc. Kmtoh CniTic: Whilo 1 httvonospeflal objeitlon to the slto for tho now City 1'ostolllco named in tho Morrill bill, it is altogether a mistaken idea that the City Postoflko and tho General 1'ostotllee ought to be near together. Thoy have nothing to do with ono another no busi ness coiinei lions any moro than tlio New York or Chicago Postotlkes have with the Uineral Postotlh o Dcpaitmeiit. So noth ing will bo gained In point of convenience or in any other way by erecting the new building in tho immediate vicinity oftho latter. Postal Caiui. Street HiiilroiulH l'nou;;li. Kiutok Ciiitic" Theio aio already a Milllclcntnunibci of street lallroads in this city to accommodate the travel, excopt in the noitheastern ectlun, and still these area tcore of bills hefoie C'ougiess to ii: cornoiato now loads, tofuilher dlstlguro mid destroy our st icits. Theio is no other city ol thi'suuo Itiiu)itauco us Washing ton that would allow surfaco loads to dis figure its streets as ourown stroetsaiedb llgurcd, and, having the best sheets in tlio world, Is all tlio moio le.isou why they should bc)notectcd ftoni further railroad vandalism. 'lhcCoiiiiiiissIoneisaro con sulted by Congress on this class or legisla tion, mid, as ruleisof the District, they cannot be loo cuiet ill how they donate to railroad coi porations thu right to uso our sheets. OmiCituin, The liinllN-VcHt Dispulc. Kiiitou Ciiitic, I am pulled to know whether or not Mr. Ingalls Is really as ignorant as he protends, Mr, Vest made the statement thnt General Leo had hut 8,000 men in line when ho sunendered at Appomattox. Mr. ingalls takes him to task lor it. I do not know where cither of them gels his statisth s, but I can state upon tho authoiity of Colonol W. H. 'J a) lor, aid do camp to General Lee and A. A. (I. ol the Army of Northern Vir ginia from lSdJ to tlio close of tho war, corioboiatcd by Charles 8. Venable, Lieutenant-Colonel and A. I). C. to (Ion end Lee, and Thomas W. While, tho man who made out tho Hold returns, that Mi. Vest Is orrcct. Ho also denies that half tho ex-Union roldlcis have applied for pensions, 'the number of claims now pending belorc the Pension 01Uco(vvidowk included) Isnbotlt l,02."i,000. According to Mr. Ingalls's own admission (which, hovyevcr, Is not tvxattly correct) tho en tire number ot soldiers In tho Hold was but 2,u0O,0OO. Po tho number isnotiu actly half, hut "you can pay your money and tako join choice," Ktuisih h. Washington, Match 7, 1S88. Thf TWIsMMiii Democrat Io Club, The Missouil DcmociatKi Association will hold their iigtilar weekly meeting Patuiday evening' in their looms at Folan's. f-cnatoi Vest of Missouri and lk'picseulalivo Cox of Now York have been invited to deliver addicssca to thu club on the evening ol the 17th Inst., and Chaiiinaii f hailcs II, Man-iir willprc-cnt thth icpllcs tothe invitation Saturday, Tho ltepiilillu'H "Itnttlu-JIjinn." Among tho nttiactlons at the Uiand Ainiy I'alrthis I'vcnlng will bethoicu dlllou of the "llattle-il.Mim of tho He public" by the silver tonid tenor, JamcJ P ( ollliis, late of St Matthew's choir. llnn'l Hutu oiir Stiiiimclit. , lltillitlii Nd lit, Division nf ClicmUtiy of Ai.il iittiui', make s some ulaitllng lovLliitinus un to tlio hnimiltj ot lutis sold lieio, In tlio iniiiiiilnitiiiuiif whlh x.illovllo uclcl, bleu liiiiitoi)l mhIh, Milplille, anil other iioUoiioiH Mihhtltutts mi) uul. Amoni; this clasieo inuiiaruted am tho Milwaukee, Wis.; .Mux umlihi. a , st Minis, Mil.; rhllndcliilifu, IM , unit WnshliiKtoii. II e' whilo tho amepiib lliutloii kIvch tlm O'lniliinatl lleera ulvuii hill iih io I'Uiltj 'llils In u Ktuteiueut of facts imiilolium thu ollli lid HiliUi ntlon uf thiiDe tiuitinciit, thi- hluli'int mithoilty 111 thu eouii li l'hjuhhins ut hospitals unit olliusi ui nhtnlii mi nualjuls nf the ihiclimitl Jteorby uiiiiljlnuto I' II 1'isli.i, rjonust n. w bntii Aki nt fin the 1) (' of Chris. Mucilln'it Clliclniiutl Hi ti the (picou ot Ileus. Diini, HOUSE (.coi 20 Wooilnnnl Moic. tit his rcshlcmoln tliU city, atH 00 a m.,Tluusihty. lni-r1i4 In tlui Tlttli rrnt,f Md iii.ii. n 1 initial from his late residence, 11)01 ' htnot northwest, on Saturday ut uoon, I ilemlsiespectfully Invited touttoml. MM MIS - On March 7. 18h8, at t) o'olock )'. in .CJtniKu II Mavau.lu tho UOtli jeai of his life, riintriil f i om his lato nelileiioe, -lilt K stritt Kuuthwikt.bmuluy, Maioh It, nt :K0 o'elnikp in ltelntlic nm friends Invited to attend. llUltlmoro paper plctite copy ) KDIBON'8 1'IItST IvrAItHIAOi:, Tim Invriitm's Kcnuirlinblc Aliscnt- Mlndrilntiis on tlm Occasion. JJcvv York Tribune. An old tclegiaph opeiator, who was slntlonul nt Mcnlo Park when Kill son llrhl rnnin there, entei tallied n 'J'nbuiie leporter the other day with Huiie btorles about lliewiaid. lie is nn oddity, doing nothing in the com mon way and setting nt naught all the conventionalities. The Hist Mrs. Kdl koii was nn operator in tlio Nevvnik fncloij wheie Kdisou was making the mailihiLS to (111 Ills Hist order for the slock ludicatol, which In ought liim into notice and frnmed the basis of his foilune. She was it tall, flnu-lonkliiic gill one of n doen silling nt n bench winding magnets. One day as I'dlsou was walking down the Hue. that gill spoke up and bade liim good mottling without raising her cjes fioin her woik, "flood inoinlng," said the Invontor. 'llovvdld j on know It was I ?" "Oh,l eanalwns tell when you'io near," was tlio loply. "Scoheic," said tlio man of inven tions, "I've noticed you a good deal of Into. Supposo you nnd 1 get mauled V" "I'm lendy." " When shall It bo V" "Tlucowcoksfioin to-night." "All right I" nnd tlio Inventor went on his rounds while his intended brldo merrily wound away upon her bobbin of wiio. On tho wedding day tho liist con signment of stock indicalois camo back fiom tlio puichascr, inoperative When Mr. Ilatcliclor. who bus always been Kdibon's light-hand man, went down to tho shop after supper hu found tho invontor there in ills (ill tlest shop-clothes tinkeiing away nt tlio machines. Didn't lie nuncniber that itwaB his wedding night? No, ho'd forgotton nil about it. Ilatcliclor diagged tlio lngglng gioom to tho nearest clothing htoto, got him into a new suit, then to a barber shop, and llnally put him on a isir nnd shipped him on to tho houso of tho bride. Then bo went back to tlio shop to woik, supposing that was tho last of i.iuson nn Dint nignt. in mi Hour or two, how over, Kdibon iiislud in again, thiowhisnew coat down on agieasy lathe, hung bis waistcoat upon tlio gas pipe, kicked his shoes uiidei tho bench, bcicd a lllo and went at the defective stock indicator as if theio weio no binli thing as innuiago and giving in mm lingo, and thcro lie stayed with his faithful licutunant till tho morning sun looked in on two wcaiy toilers and an clcctiical stock indicator that worked like a thaim. When wealth ramo to them, Mis. Kdison Xo. 1 betrayed a tendency to branch out in tho social world, but it had no effect on tho inventor's habits. Ono of the hugest entertainments Ncwnik over iiw was given at hei house. All tlio leading men of tlio Kdisou works weio theie, but ho was nowhcio to be seen. His subordinates glow a littlo uneasy. A committee of them went over to his laboiatory about midnight and theio was tho in Muitor, lipped hack in a ilckctyold chair, In his hiit-slcciw, his shoeless feet high up on the win khcuch, sing ing away into his phonograph at the top of his voice, happy as a cliuu at high-tide. Tho picsont Mis. Kdison sticks to hor husband like a shadow. Sho is always at his elbow in working hours, with book nnd pencil, taking down his ideas and epoihncnls. hho is, in fact, a helpmate in evciy way woithy ol his abilities. A Costly Knili-oucl I'nsn. ' "I thought It was economy," said. a lunn very mournfully the other day, "for she was bent on cciug tho State, and I thought It would save lailroad fares, but she Is simply mining mc since she got a free pass all over the pl.ire. You sco I did somo little scivlcu to the railroad people, and 1 happened to mention thai my wile vv.iagoinil'dowii South." "Ilcicjou in e, '.sild the rallioad man, "Woowcyou something. Hero niotree passes for the State lor jour wife." "I took the blamed things homo and gave them to her. They began to hum her pocket-book right away. Next morn ing sho mid: 'I guess I'll go to b'.m .Tec pn my frco passes.' 'All light,' I said, 'it won't cost, me an tiling.' 'No,' s.dd she, 'isn't it lovely not to hav o to pay any fare''' llciutiful,' s.,id I. 'Now, deal, 1 want you to give me -!. I ic.dly must buy homo clothes to go to San Jose in.' 'Twenty-live dollnis " Ycs. You wouldn't like to havtyour wife traveling without any stylo, would you?' 'Well,' 1 enid, 'is It ipiito necessary for you to go to Ban Jose?' 'No; but I might as well. I don't need to pay any thing on the tiaiu.' And at tho llrat break that frco pass cost ino sJ5. Woll, shostnrtcd oil to San Jose, and she con cluded she wuuld go on the broad gauge load. When the conductor came along she pulled out her pass. It was Ihonui low gauge road pass. She had to pay her fare. When she stalled to come buck sho concluded she'd tako tho nanow gauge to San l'raucisco, and she forgot she had a nnirow gauge pass and bought her tickets. Yes, the fico pass is a very economical thing for n woman." Pan Prancisco I hroniclc. The fellow who Is learning to tend a buz saw llnds it doesn't tako Tihu long to get his hand in. Kx. Mr. John lloyle O'lieilly is engaged in reading tho proof sheets of his forthcom ing book on athletics. POWDER Absolutely Pure. This iiowaer gnover vanes. A marvel ot purity, streneth (and wliolcsomonoss. Moro economical than the ordinary kinds, and can not besold In competition with tho multltudo of low test, short weight alum or pbospbato powders. Sold only In cant, IIOYAI. BAKINO POWDEH CO , mil Wall stroct. Now York, UNDERTAKERS. -I, AllTIN V. UllOll, U.MlKUTKMt, 702 111 7thetsw. ItesldeiHoon piemlsus. Calls antwered atauy hoiirof clay or ujglit. J U1I.LUM LhE. (Successor to Tlcnry Leo's fious), XT NDHRTAKH R U32 PENN. AVENUE N. W., South Side. Branch Office, -108 Maryland Avtinio 8. W. Al'Ul'hTllUIUlDOilt', FUltNIbHINO UNDEIlTAKBIt, UlUPciiD. nve n.w., between Thlid and4W its. Ev cry thing brut class. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. IVtioloiini, V. K. l'lain .V Co., Ht. Cloud llnlldlng, fiirnlsli the rollovvlng Oil quotations: .Closed j estcrday, 072 opened to day, 01, hlghcsMOOJ, lowest, UU, U.13 m !J. NcivYink Stuck tiirhet. Thefollowing have been furnished by II. K. Plain V Co., llrokers, Ht. Cloud Iluihllng, Ninth nnd K streets i NAME. 0. 2 lfii jeiMn. 'i 1S till Cn So D.tll. ... 1), h ft W Ihio IiH I..V.N Mo, K A, T Mo 1'a N J Uen N W " p'f'd... X l'a. " p'f'd.. N Y Oen rU, ri lOtll 1001 i'M 1203 1 2.U 23J &n si)j w m m m HI , 8I 1 711 ' 711 107 llOOi 0 T , ,1'a Mail.., HcadhiL' , 182 31 02 701 10 2.11 513 771 181 oi l 701 .10 2.U 511 70j 8t Paul... ..' 8t 1' .., Om.l Tex Vn I II l'a ! W U Tel- .. 1 Wabash . .. " p'f'd..1 231 2.11 Sill 22J 121 I2J 3.-i u i I 201 SOllN.fcWpM. ICO 1052 I Clilcngo SliirkvlH. The following summary Is by II. K. .'lain A Co., St. Cloud llulldlng, Ninth mil 1' streets: 1' and 0. II. i h. 0. Wheat Maicli... May Juno .... Corn March ., May June .... Oals Mnrcli. , 'ay June ..., 1'ork March.. May .... Juno .. Laid Match.. May Juno ... 731 fcOJ HI!1 C'l 021 701 Ml 8U IS CI C2J 70 M)l HI C2J Oil 701 811 Hi! 4SJ 6.1 02 1 :sil . nil1 an I .1181 .111 3111 311 13 0J 13 05 113 1)1 '1.105 1I0.U15 1100 li 10 II 10 1-1 Io 1I02JI 1 15 7 05 i 7 IIS ' 7 0.5 7 0.5 , 7 70 7 72 7 70 ( 7 70 I 7 75 I 7 75 7 72 7 75 .11 AVnsliliiKtoii Stuck i:x limine ThofollowniK wcro the iiiotatlons on the rcgulnr call ot tho Stock Kxchango to day. All quotations aio for securities to thcniiiouut of $1,000 or 100 shines of fctock : Hid. Masonic Hall llonds 101 Washington MnrketCo. llonds 115 Wnshlngton Light Infantry, 1st ni'gc. 87 Washington (lasllght Co. llonds 120 Dank ol Washington 2S5 Natiouul Hank of the lteiiuljllc. 157 National Met. Hank IS5 Second National Hank 1251 rarnicis' ibMci hanlcs' National Hank of (Jcorgetown 100 Cltirtus' National Hank 110 Columbia National Hank I0SE Mctioiiolitan Uti Columbia Ill Capitol A. North 0 Street 17 I'irenicn's Insuiauco Co 371 l'lankllu InsuiancoCo..., ."S National Met. Insurance Co 70 National Union Insuiauco Co 10 Arlington Insurance Co 150 Corcoran Insurance Co GO Columbia Insurance. Co 12 Herman American Insurance Co 15.1 Potomac Insuiauco Co......... CO lllggs Insuiauco Co , 7 Washington City (lasllght Co 301 fSeoigctown Caslight Co t'l reniisylvania 'telephone 30 CliCbapcako & Potomac Tel. Co 77 Washington Hrick Machine Co 210 Oieat Knlls IcoCo 127 Hull Itun r.inomina Stock 20 Ileal Ilstalo Title Insurance Co 117 Columbia Title 61 National Safe Deposit Co 123 A Domestic A ft ale. In Wilmington, Del., last Satuulay, John I'lnderwas injured by Daniel Dep uty while engaged hi a fistic encounter with the latter's brother. A fow days ago I'inder eloped with John Deputy's wife, and when the husband and I'inder met a fight ensued. I'inder was getting tho bcstofthcnllair, when Deputy's brother seen icd a meat ae and plunged It into I'jndcr's head, laying open tho skull. I'inder will probably recover. EDUJCATIONAL. 3HTH DIUuT.MI ASlT"l'XlTI.n. NATIONAL Academy ot Flno Arts, 801 1: st, pieslded over by Jtrs. Iniojjeno It. Murroll, w ho has had 12 medals nnd studied 10 years In Europe with the most celebrated artists. To prevent children forming careless habits of drawing, they will bo received bnlurdnys, nt 1 yeius of ago and upward, for almost nothing. Thorough Inshuctlon In every branch of ait. from diavvlng of all kinds to portrait and historical painting. Kvenlng classes for la dies and gentlemen, Mondays nnd Wednes days at 7 o'clook. l'nOAM).ri.US MIIIKII,, IOK. MASS. ill aio and 17th st, Washington, 1). O. feceoml session Teb. 1, 1888. Miss Cutcheon's Evening Travel Class will begin Feb. 20, 1888. Iho first lecturo on American Llteiaturoby Trofcssoi Lincoln, February 1 1, 1888, I'orliifonmillonaddicM tho pilnclpal, MISS ANNA ELMS. QUIUOl, OK HK DKlOKATIVi: EMnilOl fD dory and Painting now open at Oppen helmirA. ltrot tier's Art ltooms, 514 Ninth st n w. bet E nnd V. MARTYN'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 313 SIXTH STREET NOUTHWEbT. Near City Tostofflco. Fall opening Sept. IB. Catalogues fieo on application at Collcgo ofllco, on first Moor, from W a. in. to !) n m , or by mall. F. O. MAltTYN, President. O. K. UltNElt, A. M. O. E Frlnclpal. No colored students ndmltted. fTfTAMIlMiTOXACAUKMVOPTELEOIUL'lli VV CJl r st n w, Itooms 7, 8, O; morning and evening classes. Send for pamphlet. DltAWIMl -IIIOOL AltllllTLCTUItAL, Mechanical and 1'orspectlvoUraivlug, on Monday nnd Wednesday evenings, from 7 to V. Apply on class nights, or from o to -1 do, to GEO. 11. THEM'S, 1 127 t'st, 3d lloor, Sl'mMIIXIIUSIMbSC0I.LHIF,C01i.7TII and II sts ii w.entranco on D st. Established 'i years. Ihoioughly equipped. Young men anil women trained for business or official po sitions. Ihreo courses. Practical llusluess; fatcnography, typo-wrltlng, and (Jraphophonoj Iinpld writing, students may enter any time Year scholarship, quarterly, or monthly in stallment rates. Graduates always In de mand. Illustrated cliculari frco at collcgo oilico or by mall. II. cj. SPENCEU, Principal! SAIiA A. Sl'EXCEH. Vlce-I'rlnclpal. m Academy of the Holy Cross, 1312 MASS. AVE, N. W., Will resumo first Monday in September. It af fouls every facility for acquiring a thorough and accomplished education. Tho musical department, embracing Harp, Piano, Organ, Guitar, Ilaujo and Mandolin, Is directed by thoroughly accomplished teachers. Painting In I.iibtio, Oil and Water Colors. Special at tention paid to Bookkeeping and tho Higher Mathematics. Attached to tho Academy is a Department for Little Hoys. i London, I'.ng. FOR OUTWAltl) APPLICATION. COLMAN'S MDSTARB OIL C'oncciiti'ated S&L Ui MASK fTttjHK HEAD. A POSITIVE CUltE roil ItlicuniatlHiii, Neurnlglii, Colds mid Slimeiilur rains, bold by all Grocers aud Druggists, and wholcsalo by jami:s r. ssiiTii, iti I'll! k l'l.ICO, JfoiV YoilC. alllOMASM'dlLI, CC. (Successors to McGlll & Wlthorow), ntlNTEltS ANU STEHKOTYPEIIS, 1107 E Sheet N.W. Washington, D. 0. GOOD W01IIC AT FAIll PHICIiS. T 0. VOLhlMloTlsi ' Book, Job and Poster Printer. C32 AND 031 D STltEET NOKTIIWEST. Near comer Kovcntli strent. UVERY STABLES. in a. iiiiam:y, TOKTLAND STA11LE, 0-13 and 010 Now Yoik avo. Landaus, Coupes, t'ouiielcttes, Buggies, burrlcs, Ac., for hire. I ces boarded AUCTION SALtS. "J I ltlll.ir.AKS PAISTIM1S AT 1'UiiLlC SALE, . t'oinmcnclng T1IMJIS1IAY, MAHCItH, ATH OX'LOCK. AnA Continuing l'lilDAY APTK1IN00N AND KV15N1NO, MAUCII O, AT !J AND 8 O'CLOCK, At our AH Salesroom, corner 10th st. sml I'cnn, avo. Mil. T HI'IlllUON OF HOME Has Instructed its to sell bis entlro rolleo tlon Ot PAINTINGS, WATEU COL01W, JIAH1ILE 8TATUAUY NOW ON EXIII11ITION. This collection embraces works of tho best masters of Kuropo, such names as Balvator llosn, Cllovnnnl Ilnlognn, rortimy, Corof, Jnvrctto, Chaplin, Trahoy, Prof. Tlnelll, Dan blgny, lloudln, 1'. Splrldon nnd many others of equal renown, THIS SALE IS WELL WOIlTIt THE ATTEN 'HON OI'LOVEUSOr FINE Alii'. SALE WITHOUT HlflEHVE. WALTEIl 11,. WILLIAMS A CO., Auctioneers. rjlO. W.KTIIKSHT, AllCriONKl.il. TTlUKTEPS' sale oFdesihaiile 1INIM- I'lIOVKD PIIOI'EIirY AT '1IIIJ NOItril- WKSTCOllNEItOPllTHANDGSTHEErS SOUlHEAbT. , llvvlrliio of ndeeil nf trust duly recorded III liber No till, rnllo 42.1, etscq , of tho land records of tho District or Columbia, nnd at tho request of tho party secured theiohy, do fnult hav Ing iicen innclo In tho piymcnt of tncinito therein dcnlbcd and tho Intcrcit thcicon, wo will sell, nt pnbllo miction. In finnt of tho lireinWcs.nnFIIIDAY.MAHC'll till; tll'll, A I) ISSS, at hnlf-pnst four n'clork p. in , nil nf lot numbered ono (I), In sqnnro numbered ono thousnnd nnd forty threo (Klltl). 'terms i onc-lblid cash; balnnco In ono and two j cars, nt six per cent Intel est, or all cnsh(attho option of tho pin chaser. Ado posit of SlOtl will ho required at tlmo of sato, If terms of talo nro not compiled with In ten daysnfterpalo, tho piopertv may bo resold nt tlio risk and cost of defaulting purchaser on ono week's publics notice tii.omn: TituEsnni.L, J. WALTEIl COOKSKY, Trnsti'es. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. ii.iNitN irousi:, C01INEU 7T1I AND I STS. N. W. Central location. Nowly Furnished. SPECIAL HATES FOlt MAECII: Doom and board, 1st floor, $30. ltoom nnd hoard, 2d lloor, 12. Itoom nnd board, ud lloor, J'.'O. 22 meal tickets, $5. Ml-TKOl'OLlTAJf IIOTKL. Pcnna. avo., between nth and 7th sts. n. w., opposite Pennsylvania ltallroad Depot. W. II. 8ELDEN. 1'ioprletor. H TTOTLl, LAFAiETTF, szu oi. anu uroauway, isow YorK, JOnN F. WAGOAMAN of Washington, D. C, Proprietor. Heecntly refitted nnd reopened under new management on European plan. Itooms, SI and up per day. blttiated within fifteen min utes' rldo of business and amusement centres and depots. Kcstaurant of unsurpassed ox csllcnco at modcrato prices. Headquarters for Washlngtonlans. pIIASUlEltLIN'S lti:STAUKANT For Ladies and Gentlemen, 821, 823 AND 825 TIFTEENTU ST. A Ladies' Restaurant. TI1E MOST EXCiOISITE CUISINE IN WASH INGTON. Arrangements can ho mndo for RECEP TIONS, DINNER OK THEATHE PARTIES. Wines, Liquors and Cordials by tho Pottle., ur case. ' JOHN F. CHAMBERLIN. rpju: uniiiiTi WASHINGTON. D. D. Army and Navy Headquarters. :iOI!K IllO.N F1I1K LKCAl'ES. TERMS $3.00 and $4.00 per Day. jjun:rs Music Hall and Restaurant, (Formerly Abner's) E STREET, BETWEEN 7TU AND 8TII. Meals icrvcd table iVJioto and n la carlo. The liinul?oino dancing hall can bo rented for balls, parlies, etc., ut any tlino. HERMAN EDEL, Proprietor. -rioij:i, wiNDSoit. STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. Corner 15th St. and New York Ave. FINEST LOCATION IN THE CITY. TTAllllIS IIOUSK. Xl AMERICAN PUN, l'eiin. avo , near 1 ltb st , Washington, D, C, $2 BO and I.I per day. Special rates to parties and permanent guests. Tasscugcr elevator. JonN H. HARRIS, Proprietor. G1L9LY IIOUSK, EUROPEAN TLAN, Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St., NEW YORK CITY. JAMKS II. UIIESIAN, Proprietor. OT. JAJir.S 1IOTKL, EUROPEAN FLAN, Sixth Street and Pennsylvania Ave. h. WOODDURY, Proprietor. WILLAltl) ITOCSK, WASHINGTON, D. C. 0. U. STAPLES, late of 1 housaud Ijl. Houjo, l'roprlctor. TURF EXCHANQK and RESTAURANT, Corner sixth fat. and Pa. Avo. gAM'S T A 1'IKltItK IIOUSK, CORNER TENTn AND E STS. N. W. First class accommodation! for families and transient guests. Ladles' and Gout's Cafo attached. Rates moderate ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS. "iiTiniiiiitiM.." V A 1 LAN'TIC CITY, N. .1. Open Feb, 1 to Nov. 1, 1 nnir 11a 1(1 M M.J. EOKliltT. mm. ittPMin, J Atlantlo City, N.J. Near beach. Mis V-.d.J).RI.U,L. iiriNui:Mi:m:. Y '1 UNNEsSEE AVENUE, Near Peach, Ihorouahlv Heated. MRS O. L. HOUSTON. HO'JKI. MIKIIANIHi: OPENS MARCH a. . Appointments first class. i0JlJ.,lM:?ltyNJL', Ac.111:, OCEAN END, KENTUCKY AVE., Atlantlo city, N.J. P. 0. llox II80. MllS.iL W, STODDMID. ntiii: ciiAi-roNTi:. Thoroughly heated, not and cold sea water baths. Extenslvo miu galleiles. Ele vator. Open Febiuiuy to Octohor, E. ItOllEltTS SONS. HOTi:i, I'KIIHItOHlC, oith Cniollu.i Avo.. ucur I'.ielllo Avo , Atlantic Uty.N. .1. cheeiful. hnmvllko. best attention, Open all tho j ear. WAItREN H. JALOUY, Maug'r. mill: WAVKUI.Y, AtlnntloOlty, M. J., .1. open all tho year. Steam heat, hot and cold salt b.it lis In tho house; fino sun parlors; coach meets trains. MRS. J. L. URYANl', Proprietor. PROVISIONS. iiiLi-: ji iKKhT.rofiM'u eumovt V e. AND LSI'. N.W. Wo thank tho pnbllo forthelr liberal patron age during tho last year, and will continue to firnili-li tlio best meats and provisions In tho market In this city, and by so doing will ox peet n continuance of jour support. Motto The Best floods nt tho Lowest Prices. Mar keting delivered free. S. L. WJLLETT & H, U. QWYNNE, FINANCIAL. H. L, GHANDLER J GO., Banlcers, 1 13H r M. N. -W, Trlephanr, 1037. -DIRECT WIRKSTO- Itoniy CMvth Ai Co,, llnsfon, l!lilrilf-n. New York. riifiiidolnliln CAMPBELL &, CO., STOCK, GRAIN, PROVISION AND TETROLEUM UROKERS, 1333 K STIIKRT (Over Slioomnkor's), WASHINGTON, D. C. Direct WIro to Now York nnd Chicago. I). K. TLAIN. W. D. I1IBDS. B. K; PLAIN I CO., BROKERS, Grain, Provisions and Stocks, coxa on, NINTH AND F STS. AND 1122 F ST. Washington, D. C. Cut lb rinENcri", COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK. Chicago Correspondents, M1LM1NE, BODMAN A CO. ConMnnt quotations of the Chicago and New nrk Mnrkels by special wlro. STATIONERY. RIDER & ADDISON, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In PAPER, 11LANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY, 01 1 Eighth St. 11 v near Pa. avo. Orders or requests for quotations given per sonal attention, and satisfaction guaranteed In I ilco mid quality. EASTON& RUPP, Corner Pa. Ave. and 13th St. N. W. WHITING PADS, 17l7Kl'f.l.-V MiL TA1 HLICTS. ENVELOPES TO MATCH, innt", Hankers, lawyers, Tourists and Ellto Coi rospondenco. CARD I-.MIIIAU.Nn AMI PEI.NTl.Nd. BLANK IIOOKH. BLANK BOOK8 THi: TUAVlUilMtS' GUIDI!. Wiis mill lloius orclettlng In nmlOut of IVnslilngton. llepnrturcs Troiii II. nnd I'. Station. For Boston 2 pm. (without chango of cars) lor New York 7.2(1, u, 11, and 11. to a in, 2, -1.1 0,10, 11. 20 inn. OnS11ndayU.ll. 10, a mi 2, 4.10, 10 and 11.20 pm. Limited express of Pullman parlor nnd dining 1 ars dally except Sunday, and :i 15 p m (tally. Tor Phlladclphla-7.20. 0. Hand 11. 10 a in; 2, 4.10, tl, JO nnd 11.20 p in. On hew day, I). 11.40 n mi 2, 1.10, CI, lOnnd 11 Vb pm. Limited express, parlor and dining cars 1). '10 am week days and 3.13 p in dally. For naltimore-O.nrj, 7.20 n.OO, fMO, 0 r,0, 11 and 11.40 a m: 12.03 2, .'l. 15 1.10, 4.20, 4.1)1, 0,8.10, lOand 11.20 p in. On Sunday 0,0 05, 0.50,11.40 n m; 2, n 15, .1.10,0,8.10, 10 and 11.20 pm. Baltimore and way stations. For Chicago. Cincinnati and St. Louls-O.HO a m (limited cxprcts and fast line) and 8.10 nnd 10 pm. For I.rlc, Canndnigun, Rochester, Buffalo Nlngaia lO.ocin. m., dally except Sat urday, with pafaco carsVVashlngton to Rochester. For Wtlllnmsrort, Lock Haven nnd Elinlra 11.50 a.m. dally, except Sunday. For Annapolis 7.20 and I) a m, 12.01, 4. 20 nndi) pm. dally except Sunday. (Sundays at Oam nnd 4.10 pm.) For Pope's Creek Lino 7.20 am, 1.10 pm dally, except Sunday. rorAlexandila-O, tl.UH. 8.10. 0.47 dally. 10.57 am;120l. 'im, 4.23, 5.00, 001, Cl.UO, 8.05, 10.05 and 11.37 1) in. (Miiulnjs at 0,0.47, 10.57 am; 2. :!0, (1. iionnd 10.03 pm.) Accoinmodntlou tor Citiantlco 5.00 p. in. week dnjs. For Richmond and-tho Soiith-0 nnd 10.57 a in dally and U.Ol p lu (dally except Sun dav.l For Cincinnati. Ioulsvlllo and St. I.onls, iat hesiipenkeand Ohio 5.30 p m. For local points. 11.21 a. m., dally except sunilav. For Fort Monroe, Now-port Novvs and Norfolk 10 57 n in (except Sundays). For I.ceMiuig, Round Hill and points on W. O. nnd W. 0.12 n m (dally except Sunday) uiiu j. 10 p jn. unity. For Maunssns. Ihoioiighfaio Gap and Front Royal 2 35 p m, except Suudajs. For nnenton 8..50 n in; 5.30 p in (dally.) Tor Ljnclihiug, Atlanta nnd New Orleans 8 :t(l and 1 1 .2 1 a in (dally for Atlanta) and 11 pm, tin Midland. Ill pin Iuioh 1'roin II, mill O. Station, For ilnltlmoie, 5, 0 30,0 10, 7.30, 8 30, I) 50, n. m 112.10, 235, 3.15 (15 tnliiuto Iinlns), 3 30, 4 30, 4.10,5.30,5.55, (I 13, 7 30, 8 35, 11.30, p. in. On Sunday, 0 30, 7.30, 8 30, 0 50 n. m.; 1.30, 2 3,, 3 30, 1,10,5,30,5.55, 0.15, S.35, 11.30 p. nr For Annapolis, (1.10, 8.30 a m, 12.10, 1.30, (1.10 Hi'i- On Sunday, 8.30 11 in, 1.40 pm. For Point of Rocks and rrcdcilck, 0.33, 8. 10 am, 4.40, S. 30 u J. On Sunday, 8,10 am, 1 10 pa For c.'altheisburg, 0.35, 8.10, 0.30 a m, 12.30, 1.10, 5.30, 5.35, 7, 8.10 11.20 p m. Onsuuday, 8.10 a 10, 1.10, 5.33, 8.40, 10 pm. For Hngcrstown 8.40 a m, 5.30 pm (dally except Sunday). For Chicago 10.55 a m, 0.40 p m dally. For PIttsburg-10.55 a m, 8.40 p m dally. For Cincinnati, Loutsvlllo and St. Louis 2.30, 0. 40 pm dally. Arrivals At 1). suid 1. Station. From Boston 10,15 n. m. (dally express). Iroin Now York nndThltadelphla 5 35,8 00, mid 10 45 am: 1:10 2.15. 3.1 0. 4 (limited), 7.55, 8 20, 0.12 (limited) and 10 17 pin. All daily except 1,40, 1,7.55, 8.20 p. m., mid they dally except Sunday. From Baltlmoro, on week days 5 35, 0 01, 8 00, 8 35, 8 15, O 30, and 10 15 a m; 1:10, 215, 3.10, 4 00, 5 50, 7.10, 7.53, 8.20, 0.12, and 10 47 pm. On Sundays, 5.35, (1.05, 8.00, 0.30, 10. 15 a. m.; 2.15, 3.10, 5,50, 8.20, 0.12, 10. 17 p. in. From Annapolis 8 am; 1.10, 0 50 and 7.55 p in. On Sunday, 5,50 p. in. rom Biiflnlo, Llmlra and UarrIsburg-0.30 a m and 7.55 p m. From Pope's Cicek Line 8.35-a. m. (except Sundays) and 5 50 p m. rrom Richmond and tho South 11.21 a.m , 3.10 nnd 11 p. m. Ou Sunday, 11.21 a. m.; 11 p. in. From St. Ixnils, Chicago and Pittsburg 0.05, 0.30 a. in.; 5.50 and 7.53 p. in. (dally.) From Alexandi!a-0.25, 7 2", 8.20, 0.3(1, 10.35, 11.21 n. in.; 1.10, J. 20, 3.10, 5.30, 7.25, 0,52, 11, 11.25 p. m. On Sunday, o.K), 11.07 a. in ; 5.10,7,03, 0.32. 10.42 ii. in. rrom Cincinnati, Ioulsvlllo nnd St Louis 0 10 p. m. (dally) via Cbcsapeako and Ohio Railway. rioin New Orleans, Lynchburg, Chattanooga and intermedi.ito points, 11.10 p m dally. From Atlautn, Raleigh, lllunlngham, New Or leans, Texas and California (through sloop crs fiom Now Orleans aud Atlanta) 8 2 1 p in. nnd 8:10 a in dally. From Mnnasses nnd Stiasburg.O 17 am dally, exci pt Sunday. Fiom Charlottesville and points on C. and O. Railway, 11 10 p 111 dully rrom Memphis, Nashvllloand Aikan,is and Texas ilnt, 10 15 11 in dally. From Round Hill, W. arid o , ,1 53 p in dally, exec) I Sunday and 8.30 a in dally, Arilwil At II, mill C). Station. Fiom llnlllmoro 12.20, 0.30, 7 HI, 8 10, 8 30,1(1. 10.35, 10,15 a in, 1.50,2.20, 1 30,5 20, 0,30, 7.10, 8. 8.3(1, 0.30 p 111. (in Sunday, 12.211, 8 10, 8.30, 10..T1, 10 15 a in, 2.20, d.05, 5.20, O.JO,; 8, 8.30. 0. ,10 pm. Fiom Animpulls-B.30, 10 a m, 1 50. 5.20, 8 p in. Ou Sundnr, 10.35 11 111, 11. ,10 p m. Fiom lieiluick b.23 11111, &.15, 8.27 pin. On Sunday, 8,23 am. Fiom Hniin-i's tun) n.15 pm daily. Fiomi.nlthiiidjurs. 7.10, 8.25, 11 10,11 30, am, 2.55,5.15,7.30,8.27 pin. Oil sun day, 8 am, 5,15 pin. Fiom IhigerstovMi, 0,10 a m, 2 25, 5.15, 8,27 p mdnlly (except Sunday). From 1 hlcngo, (1.20 a 111, 5. 15 p in dully. Fiom Plttsbiug, 7 20 a in, 5. 15 p m dally. Fiom Cincinnati, l.oulsvlllo and St. Louis, 11 .20 a in. 2.25 u in dally. 1- PHOTO-ENGRAVING IC- Having recently fitted upa Photo-Engraving Establishment, In connection with my P VTENT PROCESS, I am prcpaicd to furnish ILLUSTRATIONS AT NEW YOnK TRICES. Photographing on Wood for tho Trade. MAURICE JOYCE 418 ELEVENTH bTRRBT N. W. RAILIIOAUS. . Tho Gront Ponnsy lvanln Roulo. TO THE NORTH, WEST AND SOUTH WBST. Dvtllf Trael lirttniHt 1'ntry. Stttl Hatlt. Mogul firrnt Kqiitpm'nl. In Errrcr Novrwnt.ii 10, 1887. Trainthait Watfilngton fiom ataiUm, Vorntr tif BMh anil II Struti, n yoliotw For Pittsburg and Iho West, Chicago Limited Express of Pnlneo Sleeping Cars at I) no n m (Inllr; I'nst Lino, 0 50 n in dally to ('In dnnatlnndst. I-otils. with sleeping cars from llnrrisburgto ( Inelnnntl nnd huffet cur to St. louls; dally, oxrept Saturday, Io ChlCHgo, with slreplng car AltoonatoChl cngo, Western Express nl8 10 pm dally. With steeping cars Washington to Chi eago and Ht, 1 ouls nnd (oxi opt Saturdays) llurrlshiirg to Cleveland, connecting dally at ilarrlsburiJ with through sloci, crs for Lonlsvlllo nnd Memphis. Paelllo Express, lopm daily for Pittsburg Slid tho West Willi through sleepers to Pitts burg and Pltlshnrc to Chicago. BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILHOn. For Krlo, Canandnlgun, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara, 10 p m dally except Saturday with pnlaeo cars Washington to Rochester. For Wllllumsport, Lock Hnvcn nndEhnlraut I) 50 am dallycxecpt Sunday, For New York and tho Fast, 7 20.0, 11 nnd ll:l(lnm,2. I 10, 10 and 11 -.'Op in. On Sunday, tl. 11 111 am, 2,1 Ki.lOnnd 11 20 pm. Limited Expicss of Pullman Parlor and Dining Cars I) Ida m daily oxcopt Muiilny, nnd 3'15.pmdally, For Boston without ennngn 2 p m overy day. For Brooklyn, N,Y., all through trains connoct nt JorM-y t Ity wlthboats of Brooklyn An ncx, affordlni; direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding doublo fcrrlago across New Yoik city. ForPhllaileipfila.7 2O.n.11aiidllM0am,2, 4-10.0, JOnnd ll'20pm. On Hiindny. I), 11:10 nm. 2,410,0, Hland 11-20 pm. limited Express, pnrlnr nnd dining cars, 0 III n in week days and 3 13 p in dally. For Baltimore, 0 35, 7.20.1), I) to, 0.50,11 DliclllilOntn, 1205. 2,3 15,4:10, 1-20, 4M0.0, 8-10, 10 and 11 20 pin. On Sun day, 11,0 0-., il.50, 11 III nm, 2, J. 15, 110, 0, H 10,10 mid 11 20 11 in. For Pole's cicek Line, 7:20 a m and MO p m dally exc cpt hiindny. For AunaiNilis. 7 20 and II a m, 121)3, 1:20 nnd 0 p in dally except Sunday. Sundays, Oam nnd -I lopm, ALEXANDRIA AM) riinnERICKSnURO RAILWAY AND ALEXANDItIA AND WASHINGTON RAILROAD. For Alcjnmliln.il, (I I5,8'I0,II 17,1057 nin, 12 01 noon, 2 on, 1 23, 5, 0 01. cl 30,8 on, 1005 and 11..17 pm. On Sunday nt 0. 1)47. 10 57 a in. 2.30,0 30, 8 05 and 10 IK) pin. Accommodation for (Junntlco, 5pm week days. For Richmond and tho South, (I, 10 37 am dnlly anil 0 01 p m dally except Sunday. Trains Unvo Alexandria foi ashlngton. II 03, 7 05, 8, II 10, 10 in, 11 07 11 m. 1 20, 3, 3 2.1,5 10,7 03, 1132 10 12 nnd I103p m. onsuuday nt n 10 and 11 07 a m, 2, 5:10. 7 05, 0 32 nnd 10 12 p m. Tickets nnd Information at tlio ofllco, north east corner of l.'lth street and Pennsylvania avenue, and nt tlio station, where onh rs can bo left for tho 1 becking of li.iggngo to destina tion from hotels and rcsldcni cs. CHAS. E. Pll&ll, J. R. WOOD, Genet al Manager, (I. P, A. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. WSHWfi&i Schedule In effect Nov. 20, 1887. Leave Washington from station corner of New Jersey aveuuo and (J street. For Chicago and Northwest, express dally 10 55 a.m., 0 40 p.m. For Cincinnati nnd St. Louis, express dally 2 30 nnd 0 40 p. m. For Pittsburg and Cleveland, express dally 30 55 a. m. nnd 8.10 p. in. For Lexington nnd Local Stations, tS.10 a. m. For Philadelphia. Newark and Wilmington, 7.30 a. m , 2.35 aud 5 55 p. in. dally, ox press. For Intcrmcdlato points between Baltlmoro and Philadelphia, to oo a. in. and tJ.15 p.m. For Slngcrly and Intermediate points, 11,30 P m. For Baltimore B 00, 0 30, 0 40. 7JJD, 8 30, 0 60u. m, 12,10, 2 35,3,15, (4Trmlnut train), 3 30, 4 30, 4 40,5 30, 0.55,0.15, 7.30, 8 35 and 11.30 p. m. Sundays, 0 30 7.30, 8 30, 0 50 n. m 1.30.2 35, 3 30, 4.40, C.30, 0 55, 0. 15. 8.35 and 11.30 p.m. For Annapolis, n 10 and 8 30 a. m., 12.10 nnd 4 30 p m. On Sundnys, 8 30 a m, 4. to p m. Lcavo Annapolis 0 10,8 30 a m, 12 0. 3 50. B 30 pn, Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4.10 p m. For Way Stations botween Washington nnd Baltimore, 5.00, o 40, 8 30 a. m , 12.10, 3.30, 4 40, (1 45 and 1 1 3(1 p m. On Sun days. 8 30 n',m, 1.30, 3 30, 1.10, 0.45 aud .ii .01, 1 in. For stntlons on tho Metropolitan Branch, to 35ani, H.40ii in, tl.ldp m, for prin cipal stations only; SI. 10 inn nnd t5.30 p m. vPn Sunitav s stop at all stations. For tlnlthcrsbiirg and intermediate points, 10 30 a in, tl2 30 p m, "5 33. tl 1.20 p m. For Boyd's nnd Intermediate stations, 17 p m.. tin nop m. Chinch train leaves Washington nn Sutidiy only at J. 10 11. in. stopping at all sta tions on Metropolitan Branch For Fiedeilck, 18 10 u m. t2 30 p m, 15 30 p m. Sundays, 1 10 p. m. For llnrerslnwn. SK 111 11 in nnd 5 3(1 n m. Trains nnlro from Chicago dally o 20 n mand 5 45 p in; from Cincinnati ami St. i-ouls dally (120 am and 2 23 p m from Pitts blue dally 7.20 n m. 5. 15 p in. Fiom Philadelphia, Chester and Wilmington, 10 15 a m,2.20, 7.10 and U.30p in dally and 11.50 p.m. From slngirly and Intcrmcdlato points north of Baltlmoro, 10 a. m. daily. Trains Uavo D.illlmnie for Washington nt C.10. 0 25. 0 30, 7.20, 0, 0 05, 10 a.m; 12.15. 1.30, 3. 1.10. 5, 0. 0 30. 7 30, 8 30 and 11 p. m. On Sundays, 0.30, 7.2(), 11(15.10 B.m.; 1.30, 1.35, 1.10, 5, (130. A 7.30, 8.30 and Iln m. . ' TExcept Sunday. Daily, Sundays' only Baggage called fur and checked at Imtols and rc'shh lues on orders left at ticket ortlccs, Oil) and 1351 Pa. avo. W. M. CLEMLN1S. C K LOUD, Manager. Gen Pass, Agent. Piedmont Air Lino. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT TED. 12. 1888. 8.30 n. m. rast Tennessee mall dally for Warrenton, Gordonsyillo. Chnrlottesvlllo, Lynchburg and stations between Alexan dria and Lynchburg. Bristol, Roanoko, Knoxvlllc, Homo, Calera, Montgomery and New Orleans. Pullman faleeper Wasnlng ton to New Orleans. 11,24 a. m. Fast mall dally for Warron ton, Charlottesville, Gordonsvlllo, stations Chesapeako and Ohio route, Lynchburg, Rocky Mount, Danvlllo and stations be tween Lynchburg and Danvlllo, Greons boro, Ralclgb, Charlotte, Columbia, au gustn, Atlanta, Birmingham. Montgomery, New Orleans, Texas and California. Pull man sleeper Now York to Atlanta, In con nection with Pullman sleepers Atlanta to New Orleans, and Mann boudoir sloepors for Birmingham, Vlcksburg and Shrove port. Pullman sleeper Danvlllo to Co lumbia and Charleston. Solid trains Wah lngtou to Atlanta. Docs not connect for C. and O, route points Sundays. 2 3D p. in. dally, except Sunday, for Manassas, Strasburg and Intcrmcdlato stations, 6.30 p. m. Western oxpress daily for Warron ton, Gordonsvlllo, Charlottosyillo, Louis ville, Cincinnati and summer resorts on aud near lino of Chesapeake and Ohio routo. .Pullman Slcopcrs and solid trains Washington to I oulsvlllo; also for Lynch burg, Bristol, Chattanooga, Memphis, Lit tle Rock and nil Southwestern points iliinuL'li Pullman sleopers Washington to Memphis without chango, 11,00 p. m. southern express dally for Lynch biug Danville, Ralolgn, Ashovlllo, Cnar lotte, Columbia, Aiken. Augusta, Atlanta, Montgomery, Now Orleans, Texas and California. Pullman sleepers Washing ton to New Oilcans, via Atlanta and Montgomtiy, Pullman Sleepers Washing ton to Aiken, S, C, without chango. TRAINS ON WA&HbNGTON AND OHIO DI VISION Lcavo Washington 0.12 a. m, dally, oxcept Sunday, and 1 15 p in dally, airlvo Round Hill 11.48 a. 111 and 7 21 p. m,; re I mil lug, luivo Round Hill 6 nil a in dally and I 20 p in dally, oxcept Sunday, nr living Wa-hhistuu S 30 a. m and 3.55 p m llimugli trains from tho South via Charlotte. Danville and l.Miehlmig nil he In Wash IngtoiiKlon in ami 8 -Up, m;vla East Ttiincs-co, Bristol and Lynchburg, at 11 13 a 111 uud O.tO p in; via CIicmi pcako and Ohio routo and Chailottosvllte, 0 10 p m, Stranhurg local 1). 17 n. in Ticket, lccpliu car tecrintluu and In'or matlon fiunlMicd and baggage cheeked at office, 1300 Piiinsylvnnla uvenuo, mid nt FabengeiMntlii, Pcnnsjlvaula R 11 . sixth aud Unlicct. JA9. L TAYLOIt, (iinetal Passenger Agent. Chesapeake and Ohio Routo. (Newport News and Mississippi Valley Co.) schedule lu effect Nov. 1 J, lb87. Trains leavo Union Depot, Sixth and R Sts. 10 07 A.M. For Newport News, Old Point Comfort and Norfolk. Dally excopt Suu day. Arrlvo In Norfolk 7 p. m. '1 hrough parloi car Washington to Old Point 11.21 A. M. For stations on tho chosa lako and Ohio In Virginia, West Virginia and Kentucky dally, oxcept Sunday, sleeping car Clifton Forgo to Huntington, 5.30 P. M Fast Western Express dally. Solid train, with Pullman Buffet sloeplng enrs to Louisville, Pullman serylco to Cin cinnati, st, Louis, Memphis and Now Or leans, Office, 513 Pennsylvania avenuo. 11. W. VULtER. Hen. PossAsent, t TIANOS. . -v vvvwA - BSTABUSHttD J8&3. Franz Waidecker S.Co 521 Sovonth St. N. W. Pianos, Organs, Music & Musi cal Instruments. Manufacturers of Musical Instru ments and Strings. Ivers & Pond and Everett Pianos and other Makes. Waterloo, Weaver and Bridgeport Organs. REPAIRING AND POLISHING PIANOS A SPECIALTY. FACIOIIV, 1117 Sixth St. N. XV. Unoqualed In Tone, Touch, Workmanship and Durability. Special attention of "Holiday Purchasers" Is Invited to their "New Artlsllo Styles," llnlshcd In designs of Highest Decorative Art. SECOND HAND PIANOS, a fine asoilincilt of pioinlnciit makes at all prices. PIANOS FOlt RENT. WM. KNABE & CO.. 817 Market Space. CLOTHI NO WE HAVE A JOB LOT IN BltOKEN SIZES OF LADIES' FINE Curacoa Kid Button Shoes, That formerly sold at $3,50, reduced to S2 PER PAIR. Mado By Evtto & Pro , Baltimore. Whoovcr gets them will certainly get a bar gain. Also, wohavoa splendid lino of Ladies' and Men's Shoes, In regular sizes, for (1. CO, warranted solid, MISSES' AND BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES From 75o Upward, at 1914-1916 Pennsylvania Ave. J. IrJL. SELBY, H. D. BKRR, Importer and Tailor. Winter Goods, All of tho Latest Novelties, English, French and Scotch Suitings, &c, just arrived. MR. BARR personally fits all garmentd made In our establishment. I I I I Penna. Ave. J5HE5ilSu TTM'niiMn.vrri) attraction Over Half a Million Distributed. La. S. L. Louisiana State Lottery Co Incorporated by tho Legislature In 1808 for Educational and Charitable puriwsos, and ltd franchise mado a part of tho present Statu Constitution in 1870, by au overwhelming porular veto. Its Grand Slnelo Number Drawing taku Elaco every month, nnd Its (ir.uid Quarterly iravvlngs take place In Maich, Juue, Septem ber and December, "II e do ncrcsy certify mat itttupcnltt Hit ar ranettntiiti for all the Monthly and QtaiUrly Hi aiiingi of the Louisiana btutt LotUry tVif jiany, arid In perion manage and control Ike draulngi htmttlut, and that the taint are (oh ducted ulth. honetty,falrniu and In good faWi tovaid alt vat tier, and ice authorize the Ctom vany to vte thlt ctrtlJli.aU l;i Ut advtrllH menti." G. T. Beauregard, J. A. Early, COMMISSIONERS. Wo, tho undersigned Banks and Binuers, will payall Prizes drawn In tho Louisiana Stnto Lotteries which may ho picsented at our countcis: J. II. 00L1.S1IV, Pics. La. Nat. Bank. I'll HUE LA3AUX, Pres. State Nat. Bank, A. BALI) WIS, Trcs. N. O. Nat. Bank. CAISL kOHS, Pres. Union Nat. Bank. Grand (Inarterly Drawing, at tho Acadcmyof Musio, Now Orleans, TUESDAY, Maichl!), 1SS8. CAPITAL PRIZE $300,000. 100,000 Tickets at Twenty Dollais e.ih. Halves, S10, ijuaiteis, S", Tenths, 12. Twentieths, $1 . LIST Or PRICES, I prize or sjoo.ooois $iooono i prize or 100,00019 loo.tioo 1 PRIZE OF 50,000 Is r.o.ooo J PRIZE OF 2.r.,000ts 25,0011 2PR1ZLS0F 10,000 are 20,000 fi PHIZES OF fl.000 arc 2.V.O0CI 25 PRIZtb OF 1,000 are 21,000 iooi'rize) or wk) aro.. . . nn.orxi 200PRIZLSOF :km) aro c!o,iKio fiUO PHIZES OF 200 aro . . 100,000 APPROXIMATION PHIZES. 100 Prizes of $H0 aro Sio.noo ion do .mo inc. ilo.ooo 100 do 20(1 aro 20,000 Tl.RMMINAL PRII.s 1000 FHzcs of 100 aio . . . . 100,000 1000 do 100 aio. 100,000 t!,i:)U Prizes, amounting to $1,08,1,000 137" Foi e lub Rates or any further Informa tion appl) to thu undersigned. Youi hand writing miift ho distinct and Slgnatuit plain. Moro rapid icturn mail dellrcry will be as siircu bi your Inclosing an Em elopo bearing your full addicss Send I'o-tal Notes, Express Money Orders or New Ymk Exchange In oidluary letter, currency by eipiess (at our expense) ud diosood to SI. A. DAUPHIN, Now Oilcans, La. Addics RcgMeud l.elteu to New Orleans National Bank, New Oilcans, La. REMEMBEItrthat tho presence of OeneralM Beauregard and Early, who aro Inchargo of tho draw tups. Is n guarantco of nteoluto fair nets aud Integrity, that tho chances aio all equal, nnd that no ouo can poulby dlvmo what number will draw a prlio. "REMEMBER, also, that iho payment of prizes is GUARANTEED BY FOUR NA TI0NA1. BANKS of Now Orleans, and tho tick ctsareslgncd by tho President of an Instltu Hon whoto chartered ilghtalnru recognizee Inthc highest Couits; therefore howare of all Imitations and anonymous SAliomea." JAMES H. McGILL, DEALER IN BUILDING SUPPLIES, go8 to gt4 O Street Northwest, next National Rifles' Armory. 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