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i- - " '( -', . -VfT? THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, FIlIDAY EVENING. OCTOBKtt 12. 1888. 8 7 r i -- - - i I.. i CAPITOL BASEBALL, tfembora of the House to Play for the Southern Relief Fund, ARRANGEMENTS IN PROGRESS. Congressional Ninon Solrrtcd for This Momoriililo Occuslon. Dolegnto Marcus Aurcllui Smith of Arizona, Bomotlmcs spoken of as " tho cowboy Congrcssinnn," mid to Tho Crltlo K-portuc yesterday that; in vlow of tho fact that it 'was against tho Con stitution to appropriate money iot tho Individual relict of tho yellow-fever suf ferers, ho would suggest, ly way of n lienofltj for them, as legislation for this session In pructlcrtlly over, that tlie mem-, lieii of Gonrrcv now in tho city form a iCongicssional nlno nnd play a gnmo of mm wltn that end in view. Tho reporter talked with n number of other members and they all agreed that it was a capital idea und that such a camo would realize a handsomo nmounb. Doleguto Smith is very cnthuslnstlc. Ifo said If such a game could bo airaugcd I hero was no doubt that tho railroads would run excursion trains, and tho peo ple would certainly take- in tho bight by thotitana-. Tho players, ho said, would livo in liistory long alter tho bills tlicv had in .tioduccd Jmd boon forgotten. In accoidanco with the ubovo sug gestion Tho Critic reporter, after ev Iioricncing much trouble and dllllculty caused by jealousy, has, with tho as bistanco of several well-known experts, nalcctcd enoilgh members to composo two of tlio best lmbcball nines .that ever tlalllcd with the sheepskin or handled tho ash. As hcine of tho members may at tho last moment kick on tho positions as signed them it lias been detmed wiso to havo a number of substitutes on hand bo that tho public wiH not be disap pointed when tho gamo is called. Ono can icndlly imagine tho "many obstacles that had to bp ovcrcomo in s"leoting tho players, hs each member, llko Ucttom in " jMldbiimmcr Night's Dream," wanted to play tho pail as bigncd his colleague. To get a good view of tho members tho reporter, with his assistants, took a seat lu tho Press Gallery, and after noting their peculiar lltncss began mak ing selections. Tho only thing lcmalu lug is for tho appointees to sign. Tho ilrst member selected was Judge Uarnes, or Georgia, lie is tho hcavicbt man in tho llouso and will mako n splendid catcher. His friends say ho will biupriso Milco Kelly. Owing to tho Judge's rotundity thcio would bo no dan ger of a ball passing cither bide of lilni. And ho is a good sprinter also. His lunnlng record can't bo beat. Col. Jaraos N. Burnes, of Missouri, will mnko an ideal short stop. Ho would lot no ball puss him. He's too flip. Tho Colonel is vciy quick as a good many peoplo can testify. Charllo Baker, of New York, is an other heavy-weight Some years ago ho mado a record as a football plnvor, nnd while he knows tho difference between football and baseball, yet, thcio's no danger of his being barred on that ground. Ho will present a very sti ik ing picture ns ilrst baseman. In that position ho can bavo his wind for the Oklahama bill. , , 'Ilioirm It. Stoci-dalc, of Mississippi, llko Cassius is tall and has a lean nnd hungry look. Ho is a good ono for Mealing a march on u fellow as General Hooker has knowledge. As ripin. iiciiier ho will ciown himself with glory. His legs will enable him to get tho sphoro ovcrytime it is driven in his direction. James D. Kichardson, of Tcnness'see, who -wants tho District to have a new city pos'tolllcc, and who introduced u bill tor that purpose, is tall and slender. lie hasn't played ball for many years, but will do tho best lfo can as left fielder. Theio ib somo doubt about hts signing. However, if ho doesn't play. John Henry Ttogcrs, of Arkansas, who is ono ot tho substitutes, will llll tho position. Mr. Ifogeis is a great stickler for tho consti tution nud will tako exceptions from any close decision tho umpiio may render. John M. Allen, of Mississippi, ono of tho few iemninlmr privates of tho Con federate Army, uKd to bo ,i No X ball player years ago and is considered an au thority on tho game. He tiled to shield himself behind ono of his stories when informed that hi had passed tho 10-i-uitcd examination for a position on tho nine. Ho will make a graceful center II elder. A. J. Hopkins, of Illinois, has tho build for a ball player. He takes a Ihely interest in everything, and at bco ond base tho umpire may hear him shout "how's that?" without any difliculty whntover. Kuutu Nelson, of Minnesota, lias noti ced John B. Clark, tho Olcik of tho House, that he will contest tho position of Mr. Hopkins, who he snya is a pro fessional ball player. Mr. Nelson has letainnd John J. O'Neill as counsel. Mr. O'Neill is an expert in matters re lating to ball. Aichio Bliss, of Now York, is a great lover of sports. lie has not played ball since he was eighteen years old. when ho was considered tho ablest third base man in tho Empire State. Ho is chair man of tho Pension Committee, nnd could Hx up tho report of any member I'pplving for pulsion for injuries received nt tho National game. Mr. Bliss will attend to ad base. Tho most difllcult position on tho nine has been given to Col. 0. B. Kilgore, of Texas, who has achieved a National leputution this bcsslon. Ho will occupy tho points, unless ho can secure a sub stitute in tho poison of J. B. Cheadle, of Indiana. Col. Kilgoto said to tho re porter that ho knew nothing about tho game, and tho only kind of ball ho had i!cr played was town ball " But," said he, " tho object for which the gamo is to bo played is most worthy, nnd I would suggest that whcio a mem ber fails to accept tho position assigned him ho be fined tho pilco of twenty tickets, which, of course, -will swell tho fund." Several members say that Col. Kilgoro would make an ideal pitcher, and that ho would strike out every man nt tho bat with tho same caso that chaiacleries him whon ho knocks out piivato bills by tho words " I object" or " Bcgular older, Mr. Speaker." Tho nbovo gcntlemon will contest with tho following nlno: Pitcher, Benton Mc Millln, of Tennessee; catcher, "Bob" Vance, of Connecticut, who has n recoid of being the champion of tho Nutmeg Stuto: Hist base, Amos Ciimmings, of Now York; second base, Deacon White, of Now York, who will sell pools on tho gamo; third base, I. S. Struble, of Iowa; loft Held, W. P. Taulbee, of Kentucky; 'center field, Prank Lawlcr, ol Illinois; right field, F. CI. Bany, of Mississippi; short stop, AVilliain G. Stahlueoker, ot New Yoik. W. S, llolnian, of Indinna, who was ilrst selected for tho position of shoit stop had to bo put usldo on the giound of being n " kicker." Ills presence, it was thought, might oieato disoider. It. I'. Bland, -of Miwouii, was bpoken of as a substitute, but as ho has tho rcputn tiou of a kicker ho too was diopped; likewise 0. !', Biumni, of Pennsylvania. fccigcnnt-nt-Aun.' Lieiluni has assumed charge of tho pi ellml paries-. Ho hud le celved a tclcgiam fiom Perry Belmont as follows: " Sergeant, I can't play hull you know. However, I will nsslst u tho woithy cnubo bv selling scoio J vrdn." Lloyd S Jtiyco lias sent a similar dls pat'li. Mr. Bivco possesses a mellilluous ot e and no dcubt ho will mako Perry Belmont hustle - Jieii It conies to selling the woio eaids .Inliu Kean, jr., and Wil liam Walter Plulps, both telegiaphed it it thev debited to sell neanuts at tho giuje " It's too lubotlnitH," thoy say, ' f r us to plaj ball, but we'll enjoy oijing peanut, ten wilts a bag" Di 1c 'lownshend and Joe I'annon, of Illlai I , li.ive sent won! thai tluj iIimio Uu name t li'Miiph d tin in by uiiiufs J if i i per 1 1 ml ill be nt tin- f,ito to itciivo tkkutst, uiul Ed. Silcott, tho gcnlnl cashier ot Ilia SasennMit-Arms' noslto ono n plfltttrc of lfftrrison. The ScrreantnL-Arms will tflkp ehargo of tho beer stand and Imiio rations to every nluycr who can steal ft base or mako u home run. Col. Sam'l Crnlg, tho Tally Clerk of tho House, has bcon notified that ho must bo on hand to keep tho ollloial score. Ofllclal reporter MoLlllitmo will report tho gamo for tho Congressional Record. Charlie Mann will bo in cliargo of tho press box. Marcus Aurcllus Smith, of Arizona, will umplro tho gnmc, assisted by .ledge Wnxem, 15. B. Taj, lor, of Ohio, nnd Charllo O'Neill, of Pennsylvania. To make clear any decision over which a dis pute may nris it hns bfcn sugitested that Speaker Carlisle also ho on hand This morning the Sergcant-.it-ATms re ceived telegrams from Ashbel Parinalco Pitch, of Now York; Mellaril Gticnthcr, ot Wisconsin, nnd M. II. Tord, of Michi gan to tho effect that thev would llko to bo given a position on tho nine. (Jen. Clark, Clerk of tho House, has designed tho costume a blue shirt with slurs, red and white striped knlckerbookers. The difference will be in tin color of tho stock ings and caps. Amos Oitmmlngs lias been cnoscu captain ot ino last-named nine. Up to go ng to press tlio following impli cations had been filed. Messrs. Bayne, of Pennsylvania; Dlnal y, or Maine; Scull, of Pennsylvania; Mollitt, of New York; Dougherty, otPloiida; Martin, ot Texas; Peel, of Arkansns; Wheeler, of Alabama: Latham, of North Carolina; Grimes, of Georgia; .laclcsou, of lVnnsjlvan a; Till man, of South Carolina; Linliam, of Texas; Shaw, of Maryland; Tim Camp bell and Postmaster Dalton. NCWS OFTHE DAY. ICcoont Kvontn nt Intercut Hallcit Sown fnr II nut y llouilliip. Kmpcror William ot Gcuiiauy arrived In Itomo yesterday attornnon and was met at tlio depot by King Humbert nnd his suite. Em peror William held a reception ot tho Qulri nal. Ilo will visit tho l'opo to-day. Mrs. Matthias Kluscwltz, need 03 ycnrs.who was Injured nt the disaster at tit. Mnry'H Cath olic Church, Heading, l'n., on Sunday, died yesterday, tlio ilrst fatal caso of ir0 Injured. Several others nro In a precarious condition. Eight of tho crew of tho steamer Wcnstoy dalo nro down in Now York with Chagrcs fever. Captain FndcrlckBon of tlio veesol died of tho fovci on September, 27, when tho ship was tlirca days out from Aspluwall, and wns burled at sea. Harriet Bccchtr 8towe, though by no means well, Is in much better condition than sho was before her recent serious Illness. Her recov ery has astonished her phjslclnns. Under tho title of "A Chat About, tho Now Unhcrslty," tho rector, l!t. llov. John J. Kcano, will coutrltmto nn nrtlclo to tho forth coming number ot tho Catholic World. About tin co hundred persons were tnoro or less injured, but nono fatally, by thocollnpso of tho amphlthcntro at tho fireworks display inQulncy, 111., Wcdpisduy night. The Btcamstiip City of New York Is delayed nt Quccustowu, owing to tho necessity ot ic adjusting her pumps. Tho Itcpubllcau county convention of Now York yestcidav nominated Joel B. Brhardt for may or. Sheriff Grant, Tntnmauy's candldato for Mayor of Now York, offers to withdraw If llowitt will do so. Tho system of weighing livo stock Is to bo substituted for that nowlu usago on Wo stern railroads. Minneapolis, Minn,, Is troubled with n blockade of cars loaded with w heat. Tho King of Tortugal is tho guest of tho Queen licccnt of Spain. It Is rumored that tho Usutus havo killed Dslebpu. 1'resideut Cnrootkas returned to Parity ii m Culturo Ii Cntoliltic "Whoio uio you fiom?" asked tho pioso cutlng attomoy In tho Pollco Couit of tho pilionor who was chaigcd with cliuiiUeiine3 ami disorder. 'Tinin Boston, elr." "Your busliioss Is dilvlng a horso car, la It not?" Tlio prisoner drow hlmsolt up with cold liautour and said u a tono ot qulot, sting lug contempt : 'No, sir. "What Is yor bualnoss, Ihonl" 'I ililvo tho lorscw that or nltitelicd lo tlio car. To di-Ivo a car would bo an Im possibility." Morchant Timvc tor. ' ' "Do you enjoy good health ? " "Why, yes; to bosuro; who doesn't f "Sanitary News. A Wo Ajo tlio Only IMiinufuctUrlncr clothiers In Washington, our facilities aro bo yond competition for furnishing jou with good and rellablo clothing (nud at much less price.) All-wool suits. $10. Eiseman linos., cor. 7th and E. . "Alilernoy Dairy Wagons." Ficsh Aldcrnoy butter, churned every morn ing and dclivcicd In 1 lb. "Ward"piints, 40c. per lb. Also cottage cheeso, buttermilk and sweet ralk,Gc. per nt. Cream 15c. per pt. High -Pressor Living characterizes thoso modern days. Tho result is a foarful increase of Brain and Heart Diseases General De bility, Insomnia, Paralysis, and In sanity. Chloral and Morphia augment tho evil. Tlio medicine- best adapted to do pormauont good is Ayor's Sar saparllla. It purifies, enriches, and vitalizes tho blood, nnd thus strengthens every function and faculty of tho body. " I havo used Ayor's Sarsaparllla, in my family, for years. I havo found it invaluable as A Cure for Nervous Debility caused by nn in nctivo liver and a low stato of tho blood." Henry Bacon, Xenia, Ohio. "For Homo tlmo I havo boon troubled with heart disease. I novor found nny thlng to holp mo until I begun using Aycr's Sarsaparllla. J. havo only used this inodlcluo six months, but it hns re lieved mo from my .troublo, and enabled mo to resumo work." J. p. Carzanott, Perry, 111. " I havo been a practicing physician for over half a contury, and during that tlmo I havo novor found so powerful nud reliable an altoratlvo nnd blood purinor as Ayor's Sarsaparllla," IJr. M. Maxstart, Louisville, Ky. Ayer'6 Sarsaparijla, rnur.ni5n nv Dr. J. O. Aycr & Co., Lowoll, Mass. Price $1 j six lottle, $5. Morlh $9 o bottle WANTED HELP. a cojiroirmibK iiomr is ofphhed to x iiiiynu'recanlo lady without moans of sui port, who Is w llllni; to dooto her Hint) to tho cam of two llltlo boys. AUiliess P. A. 11 , Crltlo ollluu. 1-A.MH1-I1Y A KKSI'tJCTillbK WIIITI! VV wotnnii. a phico ns coukj Uo n oliamber maid: Is wll lug and obllghi;;, I'lunsu call at 78 JDrtlostne. WArfThn - A 1IOY TO LRARN'riTi: pr.ntlus. 12 21 l'n a u, over picture store, up stairs. WAMKIl-A HOY "WITH 80MB KNOWL udk'U of typo setting. Addisss J. O. H Crltlo ollloe. WANTED SITUATIONS, WAMKI-HY A YOUNOCOLOItKir Ginb, nuro; u wllllncworkti; will inuko herself gen cuilly iiheful; food city leieronuo. inu'J Marlon Btll V, WAMKII-DY A YIWV CtAWJ WABIlKlt woman, wnslilnic to UUh bonio, or will no out by tho day. Apply at -MO N t n w. Vy AM I II-HY A COLOBKll WOM.. IHiAOK yV us cook In vinitll luuilly: til go homo ut LUSlLLJLlDlJjiyJinj !' l a av " WAriTla-MlSOELUNEQUS. r am"i i - a rkw i ltSwii rupuls T taiulit to cijnvirsw ilueuilv In a nhoit time. Adilri-sd JAM'.T, ('i Kin uftluu, WANTKl-'IOIIfY A IIOI hflWlTUIAVOR Hlu d or Mliililaun inn hi lot rii n. S.iiuil of JUID.I A.b, UAlOUU, lllu P.h btiaut uuiiuwvfev. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. w AM I n-TWO JtOOMI, ruiiNtStlRD COAf- n. n ...... 1. . i '..,.,' . ., .1 ..-,,h iv-1-iii iiiuiii uruic-rri-u diiu i-iiiiu Allure, elvlnc pi Ii o, location and con eniences.A. JI. '.., Crltlo nflloo WAMUl-nVKIlYllODY TO KNOW THAT Pico's Steam Clciiiilnjt Work", 41)0 Mnltio nto s w, oleatis o'pots, ronovates feathers, sienint mattreies and rrtnnkcs lliom; also, fur niture steamed In tho best manner and at low est prices. WATFl-TlIBrt7nUCOKNOVTlTAT , r. VALI)i:chi;it & CO., man tfnctnros muMcnl Instruments and strings; repairing a specialty. 1417 Oth nt n w. WA.NTKII -11Y A rnACTtCAb PAHMBIl. A farm tojnnnRe,A(!dro' D . Crltlo ofllco WAMKI)-ALTi TO KNOW THAT UK TAY 1.011,0,1 J if st, near loth.malios hcautl fid sots of artltlolal tct for sn; Riuirnntccd to Klyofiilifliuhructlon; extraotlna wPli can, chlo roform or local nnaiithotlcs, Ctiof without, Vats; filling at very low prices. WmiD-IlT KNOVNTHAT THR CbAHK , 4( OYCLBCO.OOB Pa avo, havo now Hapld Safetlcsforront. WASTKn-SCIlOOb BOOK8TTMVlioo7.sT mcdltal books, for cash. P. C. MI.11UY, 710 IC si nml ii2'7 Ji2i j,u WASTKD-TO I1UY J'HOM OWNBfl, A conveniently located livo or six-room hoiifo; location, dcscrltitlon nnd lowest prlco must bu slutcil; sharks or boom crajfed ngonts need not answer AtHrcM .1. K , tills oftlco. w ANrKli-IT KNOWN THAT O. 8. PUNDY of .ITiH T.n nvn. finn CAtv tfrtll It fnmmli, sloner of Uocds fpr all tho Btatos and Terri tories. WA5TKII-TO HUNT A HOUSR OP KIGUT or nlno rooms, for a prlvato family, In central location, or four or flvo untarnished rooms, at modorato prleo, In a small family. Addruns, M, K. II.. Mils ofll e WAMKD-OI.D GOLD AND fill.VKlT botitthttor cash by WM, FHIEDKIIICH, tho manufacturing Jowolor, 003 7th st, opp Pot ent Ofllco FOR RENT K00iYIS. JjU)u IIK.T TO a oi:nti,i.man. a Nicni.Y ? fiirntshod front room, ! door; convenient to hcrdlcs nml oars; all modern conveniences; rent moilerato to a pormancnt tenant. Apply 1113 17th st nw. nWK UK.T-1323ll8T-N' Y, A LAltfTiTuN- l fllft.lali ! '-. kII. ranaia ...n.il.i -..! '""o twill, 1TILII K"S tlUlU Dllllr lndlo4 in tlio Ucpartmouts who tako tliclr meals titt.l- tl-!1-. .-.-- ..!. . -1 uuldiuu. iiuiuruuues uxenaiiRCU. Ijltlll .nKNT-KNTIItlToirSINfH.YrTiriuil. i' ilellRlitful.oommunlcatlngrooins, furnished; north ond cast front beat, -.as, bath; curs pass door. 6th st nnd Pa uvo n w. 1TI0K 1IK.NT-TO A pr.srosiDbB PA11TY I1 fllrnltlirn nnmnlntn fni n nlm n. t.,.i nim bouse; will tako room In lniitsn In part pajment. Auuress unni i uiu,, wntio ouico. TTlOIl ItKNT NIOKIA FVIINIHIIKD-fToOjK I with board for two adults. 710 "Jlst st n w 1 C(K rn 8Ti WnST llOoirAPOVK K; lVllfJ bright, cheorfa' rooms; handsomo now houo; southern oxposnre; n'coly furnlnhcd; excellent tablo board; trjnsclentu acuommo (latud. J noil HENT-TWO PUllNISIIKD COMMUNl' : catlnir roomt: siiltahlo for four oontlemen: also Mireo liirnlslmil rooms, each Kiiitablo for two gentlemen. 407 O etrcot northwont, opp. Pension Omxo. AQ1 ItVrUEKTN W, NICELY 1'UPNISHr.D JOJL front room; southern exposure; ..mall prlvjto family; suit -bio for ono or two gontlo men; mod Imps; references oxehnnged. Fait I1PNT-A NICELY FUKNI&HKD SEU- ond story front room. 727 Oth street n. w. NICKI.T-KINISIlKnTrOLEAN AND WKf.V ventllnicd communicating room, In 14'iU nnd 1 124 N Y ave. Apply at Elevator. FOR RENT HOUSES. T7I0H IlFNT-1410 OTH ST N AV, A VEHY doslrablo ID-room brlok house and batn. all In good order, with nil modern tmprovomunts. Apply at 508 12th st n w. I;-;on1ii:xT-ii2iT st n y, nousE or 7 . rooms and bath, nil In perfoct order, with all modern Improvements. Apply at 508 12th st n w. OB IIKNT-0N COHNEH OK OTH 8TllEi;T and Louisiana avo s w, house of 10 rooms; largo dining room and dry ccllur. Apply at 508 l'Jlhst. nwn i:i:nt-a new pay-window mucic Jj house, 1010 17th st; 10 rooms nnd a bath room; deslrablo for a smull family; Sit) per mo. ApplytoJAS.C. BPI'IQQ, 1124 N Y avo. TraOIl IIENT-UNI'UUNIHHKD. 17 Iifnyctte square, 18 rs S300 00 1221 Conn avo uw, 18 rs, largo stable In rear 2M 00 1214 K Btn w.23rs 2.10 110 JIusi uvo n w. 12 m 1(10 07 UIO Vtuvon W,15rs 150 (jO N II aro nw, 10 rs 1730 Mass ave, 17 rs 125 00 1' stn w, 12 rs 125 00 lVJo 10 st n w.lBrs 115 oo ioil2istHtn w. 13 rs loo oo 101 1 21st stn w, JOrs 100 00 1728Istnw.l3rs 100 00 1702Tauu n w, 10 rs 01 07 101U21ststii w, 11 rs HO 33 170lConnnvc, 11 rs .".. 75 00 151tl'st nw, 13 rs 70 00 2023 0 stn w.llrs 70 oo IHOlOthstnw. 10 rs 75 00 15270stnw, 11 rs.....' 7(1 00 15I0 20lhbtnw. 10 rs 70 00 1700M stnw.Ors 55 00 1415 N stn w.llrs 05 00 20021lstn w.O rs 00 00 21114 llllljorpl, 10 rs 00 00 2J0N.I avoso, 0 rs 50 00 2 102 14tlt st, 11 rs 58 31 i7miothtt,urs oo oo 1110 13th stn w, 10 rs 50 00 IBOlHst IiW.Ors 1500 121811thst)lW,10ls 50 00 2ll0l4thstn w.lOrs 50 00 151430th stn w. 17 rs 50 oo 1370 lists w, lira 40 00 2iooiltigtn w. lOrs 40 oo 1700 It st n w, 10 rs 40 00 153020th Stn W, 7 IS... , 35 00 15312Dthstn w, 7 rs 35 00 1528 UIHll S tl w, 7 rs 21 no 1507 Caroline st (1 rs, 25 oo 2221stSt8W, o,rs 15 00 1007 L Btn w,7 rs 10-15 1218 11th stn w, 10 rs 50 00 512Eftnw. 13 rs in 00 2oir(jstn w.llrs 0500 KU ljnth stnw, lOrs (15 00 1523 Ostn w, 7 rs r0 oo Tho abovo houses cau bo examined bypoimlt from our ofllce only. THOMAS J. FISH Kit A CO., 1324 Kstn w. 171011 IIKT-I10USES. J: 3011N stnw.ll rs.ral jio oo 3132 P stnw, 7 rs. ml 25 00 182033d Hi ,0 rs. ml 20 00 303lQstn w.o rs. ml 40 00 1310andl401 20tli8t,7rs, m i.. 22 50 STOICKS. 1200 32d stnw S75 00 1202 32dst nw 35 00 32I0M SU1 W 50 00 321()Mstnw, store ami flats 50 00 3203P st ,.. 10 00 STABLES. 2 Masonlo Hall alloy SO 00 (J. II, FIOKLINO. 1201 32d st n w. POIt KENT 101 MAINE AVE 8 W, 8 118, mod Imps, fronting park: deklrnbto Iioiho; $20,75 per month. Charles II. Cuywood, baso uionttilO Fst n w. "ISVKST 87.500 IN SMALL UIU OK HOUSES, X woll rented; sure to piy you S750 por year; may pay you 81, 1 10 per year. Address E. S. COLV-aSIUR, 210', Pa avo n w. 170U UET-25 IN ADVANCK-7-R00M .1. pressed-bilck, 2 bay-windows; ull mod imps; gilt papered and heaiud tnroiighnut: In cloxu'l im'klnir; cornttr 13th and Ilocndary sts n w; Ilrst olaesuelgliborhooo': key nuxt door. ITIOIUtESr. 221 l'eim ave, 3-story brick, 0 rs and riu, ,1, ...... . ..... ................... ,iii ,ii 110810th st, 3-story brloK,8 rs 55 00 IROIlS'a, .1 atnrv lirlnV (1 r Mr. llll 35 (10 3 I 00 , l nt i.u liiliu.. ii u, w niwij iiiiun,w in,. t.i.w 0 rm cottages on Columbia Heights.... 18 00 rUHNISIIED. 1523 Coreorau st, 3-story brick, 0 .s.... 855 00 1537 it nt, nor 10th, 0 story, doublo lionae, 13 m , 150 00 M. M. PAltKEIt, 11 18 Fst. HEAL ESTATE. -ITIOIUUIinAlNS IN HEAL ESTATE CALL AT Jj tho ofllco ot JAMES P. 1IH0WN, Ileal Estato nint Loan llroknr, 1 1 (111 P Hireut northwest. rnilOH.A MITCIIElib, X ICo.il Kstatu llroknr. irj I P stn w.lloom 1, Special intention paid to thooxUmngo of ull doijf'rlptloiis of real estate aid pergonal prop oity, inlnllig stock, oto. BEJ. 1M1AVIS, HEM. ESTATE nrtOKIHl, llllli V st, ndjolnliii; huu Hulldlng. Suburban properly u speilulty. pkKTU.S hbHMMl SAI-E l.VlM'3ir.MS IN Uioal ScoiultloB will bo fiunlshcd full particu lars on application at our ollica. OUHI.KY HHOTHEIIS, 1311) P st. 11. w. 1527 Tst, 3 stnryb rlok. 0 rs 1211 Wyllu st n o, 2 story brlok, 0 rs.. . 1111(1 lHllna ti n Ik ,i...i K.I n If FT hj BOARDING. T AUUIM'IUNIHUUI) HOOMs. WiruiIHU'- 1 J l-lil-. llli II I Uood dining room und popt iMent n .111 - i . 11 Old FbtiOt-tnorthwc t. FOR SALE HOUSES. FOIt HAI,H-)VT MOUNT PLKASANT-BV-oral well lotod Viottaito mid nice Imllil llig loti; alio, ib 1 llh lltrq-t tixtundofl, 5 neros beautifully lonilod, nml 3 nero near llrUht- wuou, improveiiDy roiim n,nino, WAVKHIl A W1I.HON. 1( loon Pst. JTlOll S U.K-A VIIMHEH OP SMALL HOUmW, I 0 to 8 rooms, with mod linns; for sale on easy terms, OUO.W LINKINH, Coiner 1 Oth ami II sis. 171011 StLE-A VlNE HESIDP.NCE ON VEH V , mnnt ave, nfcir InwACIrolo; 11 room and bath; chuot In ovW-y room: a largo oedar cloii-t, goiwl storo-room for ptnvlslon. two pantrloss flnlslied In hard wtxl; 24) fMt wide; purlins (In slrlnir to purchaso a find rwildi-iu e should look at this. Apply to OHO W L1NKINS, earner 10th and lists. F OH KALE HOlteRS-PAUTIBS DRMIHINO to tiiirnhan nn ranilfmtfwl ti nmul nr nnll for list of houses fot saint I havo a lnrgo niitn bor, all thai. OEO W. LlNKtNS, j :mii ana 11 sts 11 w. moit NAiiE-RuiTAnur ron f home 1; paying Invesnnent-tlWl 01 OH in st n wi In rooms, two hatli. cto.. all In numiili-ln nrilni., also small brick, 152 Hit 11 o, 0 rooms, bath, cellar, cto,. and is now ranting so ns to pay 8 percent, as an lrivo?tmaktjnoo $2,750. ALHKItT f. JTOX.J)20P st n v I7I0K KALE-HOUSES. I1 2001) () stn w. Ii h Ml, now 87,500 302 I (i st. b h, II rs 7.000 35 1 1 Prospect avo, b Ii, 10 r 7,0i)() 12.17 30th st, lih, UM.., 5,000 1302 30th St. H 5,000 inooNst, bh, 10 rs. 5,000 ll512Pst, lib, Dm i. 2,500 HI335thst, f b,7 rs... 2.oo 3 33 PiospcfitHt, bh, 10r 5 000 Tho nbo 0 Is only n portion of tho proporty on my books. Call for list. C. II. FlUKLiStl, 1201 08d st n w. FOR SALE AND RENT, IEAT, estatb liDM.mx Vi or THOS E. WAOOAMAN, 017 P Street. Change mado Wednosjays and Saturdays. THHEi:-STOHY IH'IliK AND FltAMii HOUSKS 1'OH SALH. 1730 list nw.bh, 10 rs 812 500 1 15 3d st n w. b h, m 1, 11 rs 12 500 1013 loth stnw, bh. ml, lOrs 12 000 DOOM stn w, bh, ml, 13 rs 11 000 1010 11 si n w.bh, 10 rs 0 500 1212 12th st u w. b h, ml, 13 rs I) ooi) 2033 11 stn w, bh, ml, 12 rs H.oon 207 a st n w, b h, ml, lOrs 8,000 223 Indiana avo n w. b li, m I, 0 rs 7,f00 1110 20th st nw bh, ml, 8 rs 7,500 TWO ST011Y nilICK AND PllAME HOUSKS FOK SALE. 421 nnd 420 O st nlloy 11 w, f h, -1 rs SI ,800 141-1 Snmp'Wi st n w, f b, Ors 1,700 (Mist 11 w, Mi, Ors 1,000 21ooto 2 lo t Columbia nvo n w, f ii l,5iio 1 114H Sampson st 11 w. Hi, (Irs 1,500 14.10 8amnon stn w, th.Orrt 1,500 1)03 to 1)07 V st n w, bh.Ors 1,500 1223 Madison stn w, f h,4 rs 1,300 0 alloy N Cap st n w, fh,4r.s 800 UNIMFIIOVED PHOPEHTY FOK SALE. Per foot. Pa nvo, bet 0 and 7 sts so S2 00 list, bet 3 and 4 sts so 1 21 HopklutBt. betOnnd Pstsn w ,. 1 25 13)6 s , hot Canal und 0 sts 11 w 1..,. 1 00 Mnsan, hot Del noiind 1 st no. 1 00 N o cor N II avo and Kstn w 70 list, bet 1 and Ostsn w, 50 O st, hot 2 mid 3 sts n o 50 8 w our 8 nnd Lsls no 50 Est, bet 21 and 25 sts nw 20 HOUSES POIt KENT. Per month. 2120Vanvon w,7 rs .....820 00 2127Nstnw,0rs 10 50 010 0 st sw. (Irs 10 00 1005 17th st n w. -Irs id 00 1032 4th stnw, 5 rs 15 28 1000 4th Btn w.O is 15 40 115 Kstn o.Ors 15 uo 113tol20 Plerco st 11 w, Ors 15 00 1225Mdaosw,Or8.... 15 00 50 Myrtle st no, Ors 1... 15 00 1003 2 stun, 4 rs 12 00 2010IIounilarystn W, -Irs 12 00 88Myrtluntnu,7rs 12 00 Alley bet Vt a 0 and 10th, U and V sts n w,4rs 8 33 3330 P stn w, 5rs 7 00 2rcarl211 Dsts w, 3rs 7 00 40 alloy, bet Oth & 10th, L & M n w, 4 rs. 7 00 8 11 2nd st do, 4rs 0 UO 41 1 alley, bet 13th & 1 1th, 1) & It sts s c, Ors 4 00 Hoar of 3223 Prospect ave n w, 2 rs 4. 27 KKAL ESTATE INVESTMEST. SafoasU. 8. bonds; 0 poroent. paynblu quar terly; In sums S100 to 81,000; small premium charged. LOANS. 1 In sums to suit at 0 por cent. Thoabovols only n portion ot tho propertyon my books. For full list call at ofllco for bulletin ssuud 011 tho let and 15th. rriOH 11FHT OK FOIt SALK. ON VEHY 11EA 1? sonnblo terms, house 811 II stn 0; 3 storv brlok, mod lmp, stable In rear. Apply to K. WHITE, 024 I' stnw; can dual direct with owner. FOR SALE LOTS. POIt NAI.K I FINE LOTS ON CHAPIN ST, 50x150 ouch; ono on 15th st, nosr Colum bia road; aoliolo4lmlldlugsltn, 50x115. . 13ENJ. P. DAVIS. 1310 Fst. ITtOKNVLE-VACANT LOT ON U STItBET, ; bet 12th and 13tli st n w, 85o per ft. la qulro at20J2 12th st n w. 71OKINVEbTIIKM'-117.O0O SQUAltC FEET JL? onTonnesseo avo, at 1 Ull stn 0, sower Hud water, 176e, worth 25o. Half squaro n a, all shallow lots, high ground, on grade. 31.000 sq ft, only lOo. i Nlcullttlo lot 20x80, u 0. on good street, only $100. Choice lot on N st n w, 23x07 to wldo nliy, near bcott Circle, onlv$2.15. Elegant stable lot, Dupont Circle, fronts two (30x15 foot) paved ullojs; water, sewer, ga-s 81.2A0. All of nbove terms to suit. Also lots Jnst across Boundary on small monthly payments. Plenty otnor bnrgalus. WM. T. OKIE, Hoom 4 13J1 F st n w. I710K SAM.. On 4th st, hot A nnd II s 0, 20.8 ft front by 02.0, 13 Inch party wall Inoludcd; per sq ft, $2, Onllthst, bol Tandu n w, a beautiful lot, 21 0x03; per tq ft. OOo. On 11 st, bet 1.1th and 1 tth n w, (lno 3 Btory and collar, 8 r.i; press brick, with ull convenH cneos. lot 20100: prleo ouly 810,000, blxtli st, nont II 11 0, good 2 story and base ment, 7 rs, all m I; S3.700. N w cor 16th and Caroline sts n w, a fino 14 room brlok, lot 17 0x70; prlco 87,500. bend for now bulletin of farm and country properties. MACQOWAN .t CAMP1IELL, 1008-1010 F Bt n w. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. I7I0H hALE-AT403I.STN W, PAHLOH AND : bedroom furulturo, cui pot, stoves, dlshos, shndos, ourtulu polos and toilet sots ehoapj T7I0H HALE-A HAINES& 1)110. 7-OCTAVr. ; piano. In cood oidcr. rcnsonablo. Apply mir nimcdlatelyatl520Pst. FOIt SALE-PIKE PKOOF SAFE-AT A HAH gain. Pound corner, seven Manges, liuldo lock nnd bolt work, four tumbler combination lock nud all modern Improvements. Address "SHEETS!," cor llthond UBts n w. T7I0II 8ALE-ATTENTI0N. SAFETY KIDEPS J; No mora trouble with jour lamps. King of tho Koid bafoty Lamp. CANNOT UK JAHKED OUT, ut CLARK CYCLE CO., 008 Ponna. nvo. OLD HIOrCI.EH TAKEN IN EXCHANGE POIt new; safeties from S20; first-class repairs only; now machines routed; see tho ''James" sufety; Instruction. I1I011AM.005O11W. LOST AND FOUND. t- OST-OOTOHEH 10, A OOLD CHAIN. WITH Ij Ilaiigh-; M. II. D. on dlanglo. Keturn to 181 Pa nvo; suitable roward. T 0ST-S1O Iti:WAKD-ON AUOHbT 21.A I J largo .Multoso unt, answers to tho namu of llundy. Tlio nbovo roward will bo glou for his n-unery. No, 325 Spruce street, Lo Piolt Park. STATIONERY. RIDER & ADDISON, Wliolosalo nnd Itctail Dealers In PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY, 311 IHglith St. N. W., nuur Tu. Avo. Orders or requests Jor quotations ghen por eoiiMnttoiittnn, and satlsluotion guaiantcedlu prleo anil quality. QOOTS AND SHOES. tub CRAWFORD SHOE Xa tlxo Gs3.3.y SIvoo SOLD DIRECT TO THE CONSUMED BY THE MANUFACTURER. OOIl VUNS. AVK, 437i 10th St. N. W. 67 Pa, Ave. East. ksanwR) Ihilfl lot of Plncslio iy tnvown mnko, tint wiU-feiiu1 ktiuii.uu i i -nn atiiai PEERLESS DVES &&&&,&. RAILnOADS. Tho Groat Pennsylvania Routo To the North, West and Southwest. Dovlle Track bplnulhl fernery. Steel Until. Mqgnifieent Eqmpmcnt. In rrricr Auaus-r 0, 1B88. Trains leave Washington, from ntatlon eornor of Sixth and II streets, at follows Fon PiTTsnumi nnd tho V01t, Chloago Limited Vx .Pref? r I'alttnan Vostlhuloil Curs at V BO a in ilally; Fast Lino, 0 60 11 m dally to Ulnclnnnll ami Ht. Louis, with Bleeping Cars from Pittsburg to Cincinnati, and lliirrlfibnrg to bt Lntili; dally, except Saturday, to Chicago, with Sleeping Car Altoon-i to Chlongo. WoMeni Exprois nt 7.-10 p 1 m dally, with Stoning rnrs Washington C IiioMtfo nml at. Loui, connecting dnlly nt Hnrrlsbtirg with tliinueli SIooiiom for I.oiilsrlllo and Memtihls. PnoinoExpro 10 oo p in unlly for I'lltshiirg and tho w.st, with through Hlocprtol'ltHbnrg, ami Plttiburg to Chicago. IIALTIAtOHE AND POTOJfAO HAILltOAD. , J." i;".,R' ''ntmndnlgiin nnd Hochester dally; t"r "Vnalo nnd Niagara dally, except Saturday, iioolicst '"' Hleoplug Car Wushlnglon to Fon W11 i lAMsronT, Lock Havon nnd Elmlrn nt O.W a in daily, oxcopt HiinUny, FuiiNisw Yon and tho East, 7.20, 0,00, 11.00 nnd iHonm.auo, 110,1000 nndll.aop m. On Sunday, yoo. 11.40 am, s 00. 4.10 10.00 and 11 20 p in Llmllcrt Kxprcis of Pullman Parlor t nrs. 0 1(1 n m, dully except aunday, nnd 8.-lr pm dally, with dining rnr. Fonllosiow, without change, 3.00 p m overy Fon HnooKMTN, N Y.. all through trains eon nwt nt .Trn-oy Ulty with boats of JJrnnkljn Annex, nfTorufng dlrnot transfer to I'ulton street, nvoldlnc doublo fcrrlggo across Now York city. Fon PniLADrtvitiA, 0.20, I) 00, 11 OO anil 11.20 a in, 2 00, -1.10, 0 00, 10 00 nml 11.20 p m On Hun day 000, H.IOnm, 2.00,4.10,0 00, 10.00 and 1UM pm Limited Bxpresi all parlor ours, O.-IO am woek days and n, p m dnlly. with dining ear. Foil llALTinnnii, (lai, 7"J0, 0 00, 0 40. 0.K), 11.00 and ll.to a m, 12 1, U 00, 3 l, 4.10. 4 20, 4.40, 11 00, 7.10, 10 00 ami II 20 p m. On Buiidny, 0.W, 0.0.1, O.W. 11.40 am, 2.00, 3.IS,4.1U.t,.lM, 7.10, 10.00 and 11.20 pm. Fpn Porr.'s CnritK Lmk, 7.20 n m and 1.40 p m dully, oxcept bun Jny. Foil AxiuroLiK, 7.20 and 000 n m, 12.05, 4 20 nnd 0.00 p m dally, exeunt bunduy. Sundays, 0.00am, 4.10 pm. ALEXaNDKIA AND rHEDEIlIOKSnUKO HAILWAY AND ALEXANDIHA AND WABIIINOTON HAILHOAD. Fon AiKXANimiA, (1 00, 0 35, 8.10. 0.45, 10.57 a m. 1201 noon, 8.03. 1.25, 5.00, 6.55 0.03,8.03, 10.01 nnu II 37 p m On Hiuiilay at 0 00, 0.45, 10 07 a m, S.'io, 5 ,A, 8 01 und 10 01 p m. Accommodation for Quantlco, 500 pm week days. Fon HiciiMfiNn and tho South, 0.00, 10.57 a m dally and ti 03 p m dally, oxcopt Sunday. TlLAINS lcnvn Alnxnnilrln for- Wnnlilnutnn. 0 03, 7.05, 8 00, 0.10, 10.13, 11.07 a in, 1.20, 3 00, 23, 0.10, 7.01, 0.32, 10 41 nnd 11.03 p in. On Sundny at 0.10 nud 11.07 n m, 2.00, B.IO, 7.05, 0.31 und 0 -U p m. Tickets and Information at tho ofllco, north cnt oornerof 13th Mr.ot and Pennsylvania aTonuo, and nt tho station, wlioro orders can ho Hitfor thooheoklnirof hagago to dustlnutlon from hotqls nnd residences. CHAS. E. PUQII, Uciloial .Manager. J R. WOOD, (Jell. Pass. Agont. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Scheuulo in effect APHIL 20, 1888. Lcayo Washington from station corner of New Jtrsov iiTeuuo and O Btrcet. Ton CiiicAno und Northwest, express dally 10.55 a in, 0,15 p m. Fon Cincinnati nnd 8t. Louis, express dally 8.00 and 0.43 pm. Fon riTTsntmo and Clovoland, oxpress dally 10.53 11 m and 0.13 p m. FonLtxiNOTON aud Local Stations, 10.10 a m. FoiiPmLADEWiiu, Nownrk and Wilmington, 7.30 n m, 2 03 und 5.23 p in dally, oxpress Fon iNitiiJiriiiATK points between Ualtlmoro and Philadelphia, 5 00 n, m und t3.15 p m, Fon biNOEiar and Intermediate points, 7.30 a m, 4 SO p m. FonllAHlMonr, 600, 0 30, 0.40,7.30,8.30,0.41, 11.00(43 mlnuto train) a m., 12.10, 2.05. 3.15 (41 mluuto traltl) S JO, 4 3D, 4 35, 5 23, 5.U0. 0.45, 8 35 and 10.30 p. m. Simduys. 0.30. 7.30, 8.30, 0.45 am. 1.15, 2 01, 3.30, 4.30, 4.85, 0.25, 0.45, 8.33 and 10 80 pm. Fon ANNArons, 0.40 and 7.30 am, 12.10 and 4.30 pm. Onhundnys, 8.30 am, 4 35 pm. Lcivo Antiapolh 0.40, 8.37 a m, 12.05, 3.60, 0.20 p. m. buudns, 8 37 n in, 4.10 p m. Foil Way Stations between Washington and Palilmoro, 3,00, 0.40, 8 30 u in, 12.10,8 30, 1,3-1, 0.45 1 m. On bundnys, 8 30 a m, 1.13, 3.30, 4.33. 0,45. Fon Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch, t035uin, 1.15 p m for print Ipdl stations only, 10.10 n in, t4 31, tB 30 nnd tO 45 p m. Fon GAiTiiiminuua anil Intermediate points, to 00 a m, tl-V, tl.40, 5.3.1, 11.20 p m. Fon Uovn's und Intermodlata stations, t7.00 am.ilOOOpm. Ciiuncii TiiAiN leaves Woshlngton on Sunday only at 1 15 n m, stopping at all stations ou Metropolitan Branch, Ion Fiu-untici:. 10.10 a. m 3 00, 1.33, 5.30 p m. Sundays, 1,15 p m. Fon HAaiuisTowN, 10.10 a mnnd 5 80 p m. Foil Luiiav and points on tho Shenandoah Vutluy Hull road to Kounoke and nil poluU south, via Norfolk and Western Hailroad.U pm. Trains Amtivi: from C'lilcmo ually, 7.20 u m and D.15 pin; from Cincinnati and St. Louis dally, 0.20 u m nud 1.65 p m; from l'ltttbur dnlly, 7.20 a in, 6 15 pm. Fiiom I'liu.ADi-i.riiu, Choster and Wilmington, 10 45 a m, 2 60, 7,10 unit 0.03 p 111 dally. Fiion Sinouiily and luteriuedtato points north ot Hulttmure, 10.00 a m dally and 12.15 u m, Sunday only. Tiiains Lka-. Baltlmoro for Washington nt 0 20, 0 30, 7.23, 0 00, 05, 10.00 (43 minute train), 11 00 (43 mlnuto train) a in, 12 63,2.00,8 00,4.10, 6 00, fi.OO, 0.30, 8.15. 8 30 and 11.00 p m. On Sunday, 0.80, 9.00, 0 05, 10 00 a in, 1.15, 2.00, 1,10, 5.00, 0.30, b.15, 8.30, and 10.30 p m. tExeopt Sundny. "Dally. SSnnday only. liaggjgo called for and chocked at hotels and residences on ordors left at ticket olUcos, 010 and 1351 l'n. uvo. W. 31. CLEMENTS, CnAS. O, SCULL, Gen. Manager. Ucn. Pass. Agt. Piedmont Air Lino SciinuuLB in Effect Auqust 12, 1888. 8:30 a m East Tennessee Mall, dully for Wurronton, aordonsvlllo,harlottesillo,Lynch btug, and stations between Alexandria and Lynohburg, Roannnko, Prist ol, Knoxvlllcltomo, CHkra, Motitgomoiy nnd Now Orleans. Pull man Slcopcr Washington to Now Orleans. 11:21 a i Fust Mall Dally forWarronton, Charlottes-, illo. (lordonsvlllu, stations Chosa- Seukt! and Ohio Itouto.Lynohburg.ltooky Mount, aiivlllound stations between L)noliburgniul Dnuvllio. Oreensboro'. l(nlolgh,Charlotto,Colum bl 1, Augusta, Atlanta, lilrralugtmm Montgom try, New Orleans, Texas and California Pull r.mn Sleeper Now York to Montgomery, In con neetlon with Pullman Sleepers .Montgomery to row Orleans, nnd Mann lloudolrsioepors for Itlrmlnghaui, Vlcksburg nnd Sbrovoport. Pull man Slcoper Dam lllo to Columbia und Augusta. Solid trains Washing on to Atlanta. Does not connect for C. and O, iiinto points Siindujs. (1.15 r m uaily, exoent Sunday, for Mnnassas, Striisburg, Luray, and Intormedlato stations. Connects at lllerton for Luray, arriving 0.28 V.fn. fl. 30 r 3t. WESTEnN E.vniss dally for Warron toti, Oordonsvlllo, Charlottesville, Loulsvllln, Cincinnati, and summer resorts on nud near lino of Chcsapeako und Ohio routo. Pullman Sloop eis and Bolld trains Washington to Louisville; nlno for Lynchburg, IlrUtol, Oliattiinougn, .Mem phis, Llltlo Hook and all Southwestern points. Tliniugli Pullman Sloepers Wuihlngtoii to Mom phis w ithout ehanco 11 rii. SouTiiEiiN j-.xrnrsj dally for1 Lynch lmre, Dtnvlllo, Italflh, Ashovlllo, Charlotte, Colimbla, Aiken, Augusta, Atlanta, Montgom ti y, Now Orlean. Toxus and California, Pull man ustlbulo Sleoper uhliigtnn to Nw Urleaus via Atlamti and Mon gomery Pull man sleeper Washington to Augusta, On., with out obangq. Tiiains ov Wasuinoton anb Ohio Division lcavo Washington I) 00 11 m, dally except Sun day, mil 1-15 P m, dally; in mo Kouml Hill ll'lSii in ami 712 1 Pin Ilotiirnlng, le.ivo Hound Hill li ' .1 m, dully, and 1:20 p m, dally oxcopt bunduy, arriving Washlngtou 8-30 a m nnd 3.55 p in, T11 noroiiTiiAiis f 1 om tlio Smith, i la Clmnotto, Danvllii nil Lvnihbnrg, urrho In V'nsnlngton 7 (Ml a and 7:3,1 p in; via Knst Tunnoi'uo, Pi ntol uinl Lyuebburg ut 11:13 a in and I) 10 p m, via clii-nuienlto und Ohio routo 111111 Churlottsvlllo nt It 1" p m and 7.00 n m. Strus burg lot ul nt 0:17 am. Ticukts slccplng-oariesorvatlon and Inform i tlon fur-iHIiod, und baggage chfoked at ofllco, 130(1 lYnixylvntla aveuiiH, and nt Passenger Station, Peiinsjlvuntu llallroad, Sixth und II BtlM'SJAMK3 TAy,i01li 061 i.ass, Agont. Chosapoako and Ohio Routo. Hdiodulolnoffoot SEPT. 1(1, 1888. Trains leavo Union Depot, Sixth and II streots. 10 57 'l in Fon NwroiT Khwi, Old IJkilnt Comfort (lid Norfolk, dally oxcopt Sunday. Ar rlolnN'lrfolk7 p.m. 11 Malm Kim stations nn tho Chosapoako ami Ohio 11 Vlrirlnlu We t Ylwlnla and Km tiuky, iiul'v fxoop' suud iy. bleeping oars CUI Ion Forgo jo Lexington, Ky. imp U-Pa-t W-.I.TKHN EM'imss dully, hiilliltialnl vt It li Pullman Duffel Slcnplng ran tul nil-Mii I'lillrniin suMiu tii l inuiuiiutl, St, l.oUl 1i' HP'U- .Hid s w t'r "nil- Ollli'i, did 1 iiiii-liinl.i n mi ll 1 1 J 1 1 It. Ucn l'.isa Aciut, CLOTHING. English Diagonals Olir stork of WMn Wnle Diagonals It com. plctn-lilanks, Iliuiis, Drowns oni ornys Wo mnjto JIu--1" InlCutiiwiiF Nnits, Hat bralilwl. for SOJ.fiO. I'hpw are gstmlne IJngllsh Woritoili. Correct stylos and perfent fltgunrnnteod. HARBAN & BENNETT, 1410 XTerw "STornc Jrvo. New and Desirable Stock -0- Men's Youths & Boys' Clothing .iusT hkcrivbd At 1p.t4.19tG Pennasylvanla Avenue. Hoys' Sohool Hints, 'Jplsann, t 1, Hoys' School Hulls, 'J plucos, finer, at S2.7S. Ilo j-,1 Hchool Hulls, ! plnren, finer still, g:l,'J5 Hoys' Hchool hups nil wool. S3 7fl. los' Otorcunts, St: worth In neuson SO. Men's Overcoats. Ib AO, worth In soasou S10. Men's Hnlt Irom Sft to yn), urorlli double. Dors' Hlnglo Pants from BOr to $1 'J.i, Men's Slnglo Pants from SI Uftr, Hchool Hhocs nt unprendntil nrlnos, Hchool lints nnd Oil, 10e to (K1--Trunks and Vallsus very ehcau, nt J. W. Selby's, Coinliliinllim .sini-cn, 1914-1916 Penna. Ave. H. D. BKRR, IMPORTER AND TAILOR. SUMMER' GOODS, All of tho Latest KoTettles, English, French and Scotch Suitings, &c, just arrived Mil. IlAIttt personally fits all gannouM made In our establishment. 1111 Penna. Avenue. MONEY TO LOAN. 01 (f AnI TO LO ON ItKAI. K8TATB ttUUlUUU la amounts to suit. T W. II. WAUNBIl CO.. , 1)10 1' stnw. nk.,.v fix ...v . .1... T.nr.,.m..-,, ;v M J. flrit-clnss seoiirltlci nt lowest rates ot In- torust. No delay where security Is good. O C.rJHKRN, 008 7th stnw, MONPV TO U)K ONIMPItOVPPlTV ltiiAb estate McLACHLAN & UATCIIKI.PKIt, lUBO F st n w, M ONLY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. Lowest rates. No delay. P. II. HMITII A, SON, iaaa v st n w. $10, ,000 TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE. NO DKLAY. T.A. DAHNEILLi:, ltmoi'st. uo.ooo f 1,000 ja.oon El, 000 M n U.ll.l 1 lila UN Ill'.iMj iiSVAT" AIMI ouieriirsvciass securuies. A. P. 1'AIIDON, lll-JO Kst. STEAMBOATS. Tj-01l OHIO LIC, OMI POI-ITANIITIIK hODTU. Steamer OEO HO 15 LUAIIY loaves Wa-hlngton Monday, WodnKilf unit Friday, ntn p m. Steamor L'DY OV T11IC LAKE, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 5 p. in., from Sixth Street Wharf. Steamer Loary lands at PInoy Point going and returning. Lady of the Lake lands nt Cornfield Harbor and Colonial IIujcIi on Saturdays Utoamur from Wellington dally. Including Sundays, until further notice. Sunday ut I) p. m. Kuro, Saturday oxcurslon, return Monday 7 a. m , $3 rouud trip. Connections mndo at Norfolk with 01d Do minion Steamship Company tor Now York. Knox 111. d Lloyd Kxpres-iwlll call and check baggago at hotels and private residence. Telephone cull Loary, 715 0; Mosoley, Fare, S'J. W. P. WP.LOII, Hupt. P. 8. Co. QEO. P. PHILLIPS. Supt. I. A PAWNBROKERS. Burnstlne Loan Ofllce, OOI l'enn. Avo N. W. Monoy lonncd on Gold and Silver Wutohos, Diamonds, Jewelry, Pistols, Huns, La les' and ('ent)cmen' Wearing Apparol. Old Gold and Silwr bought. Unredeemed Pledges For Salo ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. pHUPllbLL CAUIIl.NGTO.X, Attorncy-at-Law, Barbour Law Hulldlng 400 La. Aye. WASIIINOTON, D. C. Pesldence. No. 1U18 II st. Northwest. ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS. rpur. ciialfonti:. T Thoronchly heated. Hot and cold sca-wator baths. Uxtouslvosun gnllcrics. Kluvator. Opun February to October. K. 110I1EIITS .t SONS. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. mill". NAIUTOI1A (110 F ST, N. W.-A si:- 1 LI'CT l'AM 1 1.V HOTl-L, Attentive service. Vxcollont table. Lonest rates In tlio olty. nillK KHUITT. WASHINGTON, D. 0 Army and Navy Headquarters. Pour Iron Tire Escapes. TKIIMS-S3.00 and St.00 Per Day. GII.SEY 1IOUSK. KUltOI'KAN PLAN, Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St., NEW YOIIK CITY. JAatKS II. IIKKSI.IN, Proprietor. QIT. JA91K-S HOTKL, . KUItOPUAN PLAN, SIXTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE., L. WOOD11UUY, Proprietor. FINE FAMILY FLOUR. HSU OHllKI. STlJltl.TNO, nilNNI'OT.A, (IIIiT I5DOI5 or (lOl.l)l.N 11 ILL FLOTJK And you will aiwayi huvo beautiful Broad, Polls and Uiscults. Wholcialo Depot, corner First btrcet and Indiana avenue WM. M. GALT & CO. DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. FS -Fon- Brlght's Discfiso of tho Kidneys, Dls oaison of tho Norvous Syatom, tho Urio Aold Diathesis, Gout, Ehoumatio Gout, Rhoumntlsm, Eonal Oalouli and Stono in tho Bladder, Disoasos of Womon, Dyspepsias, Etc, Eto. Proserlbed and Indorsed by distinguished Med loal Professors. roprosonMng the leading mertl ual oollogos of tho ooiintrr; by . I. Marlon Sims, M J)., LI, IM l)r Itobort Patty, Huggnslcr of Hatty's Operation; Dr. Thomas It. lluoklcr of Paris, Suggoster of Lllhla as a Solvent for Urla A011I, nml ot her physicians ot eminence through out tlio country, constituting nn indorsation by tho Highest Medio il Authorities, which may safely challongrt a comparison with that of nny otherMlncral Water upon tho American Conti nent. W. S. THOMPSON, 703 Fifteenth St., AOUNT FOIt Till! DISTHICT OF COLUMBIA. T-pt'IlIXKOESTKn ATTiUCTIO.?! OVKH A nuiliUM OISTlllflUTRP. H RIHVH B LouisianaState Lottery Co. Incorporated by tho Togtalntoro In 180S,ror IMiii'utlnnnl und t'barltnhlo purposes, and Its frauchlno mado a pnrt of tlio presont Stato Con stitution. In 1870, by an overwhelming popular Its Grand Extraordinary Drawing!) tako plaoo semi-annually (.luno und December), and Its Orand bIiirIo Number Drawings tako plaeo on each of tho other ton months lu the year, and nro all drawn In public, at tho Academy of Muslo. Now Orlo.ms. La. "Il rfo hereby tertlfu that tcttuixrrM the ar nwgemenli for nil tin Monthly ami Neim-nnnual Ilrmelngt nj the .oimlaiia .Stale Mltry Company, amlln jurion vutnaye and control the Jli-aicinat thnntelret, mut that the tarn are coiutuctett irPA honetli fulrtiMi ami In yowl faith towartall par tie, and ue authoriie Ui C'ommnv to um th cer. tlficale. uith fac elmllee of wir iwnatunt at actcit.in Utnilurtliimenti," G. T. Beauregard, J. A. Early, COMMISSIONERS. Wo, tho undersigned Pnnks nnd Hankers, will Pay nil prlwu drnv, n In tho Loulslnnn Stato Lot teries, whloh mny bo presented at ouroounters. It. M. WALMSLEY, Pros. La. Nat. Bank. 1. LANAUX, Pres. Stato Nat. Hank. A. BALDWIN, Pros. N. 0. Nat. Bank. CAUL KOUN, Pres. Union Nat. Dank. Grand Monthly Druwlnir, at tho Ac&domy or Musio, Now Orleans, TUKSDAY, November 1.1, ItiSH. CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000 100.000 TlokotH at Twenty Dollars eaoh; Halves, S10: Qiiirtors. $5; Tontlii. i'2: Twentieths, SI. LIST OP PHIZES. 1PPIZK 01' $000,000 Is 1300,000 H'lllKEOP 101) 000 Is 100,000 II'HIZEOP 00,0001s BO.OOO lPllIZiCOl' U5.OU0IS , 25,000 ui'iiizr.sop 10,000 uro 20,000 BPIHZKSOF 0,000 aro 25,000 25 PHIZES OP 1,000 uro 25,000 JOOPIIIZl-SOP 000 aro 60,000 20(1 PHIZES 01' JlOO aro 00,000 500PHIZKSOP 200 nro 100,000 APPHOXIMATION PHIZES. lOOPrbesof $500 nro $50,000 100 do OOOaro, UO.OOO 100 do 200 uro 20,000 TEUMINAL PHIZES. OOOPrlresof $100 nro oa.000 000 do 100 aro UO.ooo 3.1.1 lPrlzoi, amonntlng to $1,051,800 NoTE.-Tlckcts Drawing Capital Frizes aro not entitled to terminal Prizes. rar"Ppii c-Luii Hates, or any further Informa tion desired, write legibly to tho undersigned, clearly stutlng Tour residence, with State, County, street and number. More rapid return mall delivery will bu lu-sinod by yonronoloslns an Lnvolopo bearing your full address. bend Postal Notes, Kxprosi Money Orders, of Now York Kxclmiigo In ordinary lottcr. Cur rency by Kxpress (at our enpensoi adilressod SI. A. DAUriMN, Now Orleans, La. Address Registered Letters to KEW ORLiyS NATIONAL BANK, Now Orleans, La. DPMCMntrDT,i:lt ,,1Q prosenoo of Oonerals 1L1i1l.IV1DLI Ilcaureuard and Early, who aro In CliarifO Of tllu drawllllJM. 1H r irniirilntfin nf nh. soluto fairness nud Integrity that tho chances uro nil equal, and that no ono cun possibly dl vluo whut nuinbor will draw a Prize. "HEMEMUKIt, also, thut tho payment of Prlzoiis aWAHANTKED UY FOUHNATIONAL HANKS of Now Orleans, and tho Tlokots aro slgnid by tho President of an Institution, whose chartered rights aro reoognlzod In tha highest Courts; therefore, bewuro of all Imitations and anonymous schemes." MEDICAL. I crpiprllia and railrei dorse Dig ( as the only speclflo for the certain cur ff-. flnMiln '1 TO DATS.1 laiutM4 HI M oi inis disease. U.U.INQItAIIAM.Jt.n Amsterdam, N. V We have sold Big G to many years, and It has ---riven the best cf sails- MOM liUlOUTt. VrSnljbjlt. ilhi-jCttxhUOo. , ClnotnnU,l faction. Ohio. D. It. DTUHKSCI7, Cblcaco. 111. 181.00, Bold by Drucel'ta 121l ' I Consumption CURED AT HOME. NCW PAMPHLET l'UEB 6nO NORTH nilOAD BIHEE?! A US Plttl.invl nifT. .. Or.ni.W.Cn-io'B Carbelate alVax InhmUc Send for Now Pnmphlot and name this Paper. HEALTH IS WEALTH! Dn E. C WkstN Nehvb and Huaim Taeat iiE.NT.ti guaranteed spuoltlo for Hystorla, Dizzi ness. CoiiMiUlons, Pits, Nervous Neuralgia, lleadacho, Nervous prostration caused by tho uu of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness. Mental Depression, buttoning of tho Drain resulting In liiMUltj and leading to misery, decay and death, PiiimitureOld Ago, llarrennuss, Loss of Power lu oltlier sex, luvoluntury Losses and Spormator rhaiii caused by over-oxertlou of the brain, Kolf. nbuse or over-lndulgeiico. Kaoh box contains ono month's treutuieut; $1 n box, or six botes for $5, sent by mull prepaid on receipt of prlco. WKUl'AKANTUU SIX 1IOXHS to ouro any case Willi eaoh ordor recolved by us for six boiyi, accomiuiiilod with $5, wo will send the purchaser oui written guaranteo to refund tho money If the treatment does not ef fwt a cure, (iunrjiitees Issued only by ). UIIlllSTIANI, Druggist, Sous Aoent, -181 Penna. ave,, between -lj and nth sts, DRXJISTKEJNESS OKTHKLIQUOK HABIT CAN BE CURED BY ADMIMSTEHINO DH. HA1NKS' UuLDKN SPKCIPIO, Cat no glvon In a cup of coff oo or ten without the knowledge of the person taking It. IMs ab solutely harmless and will effect a permanent nml snood enru.whothor the oatlont. In n mn.li-i-. iitoililukeroranul'.ohollo wreck. It hasbecu I givi n In thousands ol cases, and In every In- ht.iiioo u porfi iHiuo has ollowed. IT NKVKlt i 1 Mis Tlnsti-i-ioniio linpiegnated with tha , M lui It ht i s uu utter Impossibility for l I ill l i 'M.i m ti iti't lor sato lv 8 P. Vltt 1 1 irtif 1 ')l"ll-use, It K HI5 I'll- I!:; II II! MD Lei B&KraAtlxir a jHnrif I tuifuu 1 .V