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AMUSEMENTS TONIGHT. Academy-"Madame Sans Gene." Chase's New Grand-Polite vaudeville. Columbia-"Le Voyage En Suisse." Kernan's lyoeun Theater-Reilly and Woods' Show. National-"Way Down East." The New Bijou-The Bon-Ton Company. Congregational Church-The Damrosch Society. EXCURSIONS TOMORROW. Steamer Macalester for Mt. Vernon at 10 a.m. and 1:45 p.m. Steamer Washington for Fortress Mon roe and Norfalk at 6:30 p m. Cars run from Aqueduct bridge to Arling ton, Fort Myer and Fal;s Church every half hour from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. Trains leave 1.1% street and Pennsylvania avenue for Arlington every forty-five min utes and Mount Vernon hourly from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. GOOD HOME-MADE PIES ONLY 20c. Holmes' Genuine Hume-made Pies are the most delicious and wholesome product of the very best cooks. Orders by mail or 'phone 1564 command quick a.tention. De livery everywhere.Holmes & Son,lst&E sts. AVOID A FAILURE. Many an otherwise successful meal fails on account of poor bread. Supply your table with Schr.eider's famous "Malt" bread-it insures an enjoyable meal. At grocers'. 5c. DRINK "OLD GLORY" if you're convalescing. It will help you re gain strength, vigor and lost appetite. As a tonic it stands first. For case 'phone Abner & Drury, Brewers, 25th and F. KENNY'S Fine Dry-roasted Coffees Have no equal. Pure Sugars sold at cost. C. D. Kenny Co.; 8 city stores. We close 6 p.m. Saturday. 9 p.m. Royal Glue Sticks Anything. Druggists'.10c. DEPEND UPON KEANE'S MEATS Being the very best procurable in Center Market. Home Dressed, of course, and no higher in price. Washington Dressed Beef and Southdown Lamb are always fresh, tender, juicy and good. T. T. Keane, 35-51 Center Market, Wholesale Row. No. 9. FINEST WHISKY' OBTAINABLE IS DONNELLY'S "PRIVATE STOCK," best thing to take for a cold. 75c.qt. 14th & I sts. Gas Heaters, $1 25; Oil Heaters, $125 to $5; Gas Radiators, $2. A. Eberly's Sons, 718 7th. LITY AND DISTRICT Junior 0. U. A. M. Visitation. The annual grand v1s.tation of the state council of the District of Columbia to In dependent Council No. 2 occurred Friday night at the council chamber of the latter council, No. 902 Pennsylvania avenue nortn west, State Councillor John E. Crampton, jr., accompanied by the other officers of the state council, part.cipating. An interesting event was the presentation to Junior P. S. C. George Keithley of a beautiful bouquet of flowers. At 10 o'clock Councillor Charles Rhodes formed the members into line and marched them to a cafe, where a banquet was served, which was participated in by about 150 guests. The following officers of the State Council were present: John E. Crampton. S C.; C. M. Bigelow, S. V. C.; George Keith ley, Junior P. S. C.; Wm. E. Boyden, S. C., secretary; Dwight M. Weeks, S. C., treas urer: Joseph E. Toone, S. C., conductor: J. C. Mastin, S. C.. ward;'Lee Scott, S. C. 1. S.; D. Luther Smith, S. C. 0. S.; George Been, S C., chaplain. Watches at Karr'*. 945 Pa. Ave. Sole agents for the Koehn Geneva Watch. Advertisement. Carreno' Piano Recital. Teresa Carreno is one of the few pianists whose idea of Interpretation is singularly peculiar to herself. Her power, the fire o her performance and her technique are remarkable, and in the opinion of many of the most eminent critics have never been equaled. With this wonderful fiery temperament, which, however, no longer carries her away as it did occasion ally in former years, she breathes into the live,y compositions unusual animation, an with her own poetic feeling gives life and soul to the more tender or romantic num bers. Mme. Carreno's temperamerA Is ac counted for from the fact that her mother was of the proudest Castilian blood, a marchesa in her own right and a niece of Bolivar, the liberator of South America. Mine. Carreno will give a recital at the Crngregational Church this evening under the auspices of the Damrosch Society. Her program will include Mozart's Fantaisie in C minor, an entire Beethoven sonata, four Chopin numbers, Schumann's Fantaisie and four works of Liszt. The Damrosch Society will take part and sing. under the leadership of Mr. Edmund A. Varela, two elaborate and effective chor uses-Mohr's hymn of praise and Mendels sohzn's setting of Schiller's poem, 'To the Sons of Art." Acute indigestion disappear, as if by magic and a headache departs ime diate,y after a dose of effervescing Broino Pepsin. For Insomnia it has no equal. it is pleasant to take and absolutely harm less. All druggists', 10c., 25c. and 50c. hot. -Advertisement. Federation Delegates Leave. Mr. Samuel Gomnpers, president of the American Federation of Labor, accompanied by Messrs. Pete Curran and John Weir, fraternal delegates from the British Trade Union Congress, left last night for Louis ville, Ky., to attend the twentieth annual convention ot the federation. Before starting for the west Mr. Gompers said It was the intention of the delegates to the coming convention to do all in their power to aid the cigarmakers on strike at Tampa, Fla. Mr. Frank Morrison, secretary of the American Federation of Labor, started for Louisville Saturday. and Messrs. J1. L. Feeny and H. W. Szegedy of the Central Labor Union will leave for the same place this evening. Antique F"urniture. A handsome collection of antique furn! ture is now 'n exhibition at Sloan's, 14A)7 G street, to be sold at auction Wednesday and 'Tnursday next by catalogue.-Advt. District Sued for $10,000. Suit at law to recover damages In the sum of $10,000 was Instituted today In the Supreme Court of the District of Columb:a by Samuel Domer and Lydia L. Domer, his wife, through Attorney B. F. Leighton, agaInst the District of Columbia and John L. Waggaman. It is. alleged that Mrs. Domer sustained painful injury the 20th of last January by coming in collision with an iron gate which was swinging out over the pavement on the south side of H street near 10ith street. The claim is advanced by the plaintiffs that it was the duty of the District of Columbia, which has control 01 the streets, and of the defendant, who oon trots the property of which the gate was a part, to prevent the obstructing of the side walk. Subscribers will confer a favor if they will notify the office of the failure of the Carrier to ring the door bell when The Star ls delivered. Anthropological Society Meeting. The Anthropological Society will hold its regular meeting in the assembly hall of the Cosmos Club tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. Subsequent to the council meeting papers will be read by Col. F. F. Hilder on "Leaves from an Ancient Manuscript," and by Dr. .. W. Fewkes on "A Collection of Paintings by the Hopi Indians." The la.tter address will be illustrated. To Desirable Tenants. The second floor of The Evening Star annex will be rented to a desirsble tenant. Size 50x100 feet. Steam heat, electric light and motor power; elevator service. Apply at The Star office. Prateru Entertained. Mr. Robert E. Cook of Bellevue enter tained the members of De Molay Mounted Commandery of thin city at Iris country borne Saturday evening. .A banquet wasn served and about the board there was mer ies..nt n an aneenakIs=. CHILDRE"'S GUARDIANS. Meetiag of the Board Saturd&y After noon. The regular monthly meeting of the board of children's guardians was held at 4 o'clock Saturday evening last. Members -present: Mrs.. J. W. Babson, John F. Cook, Mrs. Lucy S.-Doolittle, Mrs. Mary L. D. Macfarland, B. Pickman Mann, William J. Miller and James B. T. Tupper, and Agent John W Dougiass being in attendance. Dr. M. D. Peck sent excuse for his absence by reason of illness. Phesident Tupper oc cupied the chair. Routine business iaving been transacted, a hearing was granted to Messrs. Thomas C. Noyes and George Christiancy, in behalf of the co-operation of the board in obtain ing desired legislation with regard to the commitment of wards to the board, and in regard to the relations between the board and the National Junior Republic. Messrs. Noyes and Christiancy consented, upon re quest, to present ir writing a formal state ment of legislation desired, and the secre tary was instructed to prepare this state ment for -tht consideration of the board at a special meeting,,and to call such meeting. It was directed that a number of sugges tions made by the president in regard to the formation of standing committees should bt- considered at the same meeting. The monthly reports of the agents were received and considered. These showed in vestigations made involving 77 children. 10 committed permanently and 9 temporari.y to the guardianship of the board, and 3 taken in charge temporarily under the law; 27 wards visited in free homes out side of the District by agent, Samuel S. Parkman, and 102 visited in homes in the District by Mrs. Sarah S. Fuller; 13 wards placed in free homes, 5 returned from free homes, and a number of transfers made. The whole number of wards carried on the rolls ib 686, of whom 2~7 are maintained at the expense of the board, 9 are in free 'n stitutions, 384 in free homes and 36 at large or self-supporting. The monthly report of the physician showed 60 professional visits made to 20 wards of the board within the District. One permanent and one temporary ward died in the District, and one ward in a free home in Delaware. Some question having arisen as to the right of the board to release one of its wards from guardianship, or the method by which such release might be effected, the secretary was instrue0ed to request the Commissioners of the District to get the opinion of the attorney for the District upon the question. NEEDS OF JUNIOR REPUBLIC. Woman's League Decides to Raise Funds for Maintenance. A meeting of the Woman's League of the National Junior Republic was held at the residence of Senator Fairbanks Saturday, with Mrs. Fairbanks in 'the chair. Mrs. Mary S. Lockwood, vice president, pre sented a draft of a constitution which was left to a committee for revision. Mrs. Baldwin was elected vice pres:dent for Maryland and Mrs. John R. McNeil was chosen treasurer. Mrs. Christiancy and Mrs. Sperry acted as secretarles. Mr. Thomas C. Noyes spoke of the work and the needs of the republic, and each lady was impressed with the magnitude of the line of work to be taken up by the league. A young member of the republic was present and spoke of their laws, offi cers and pun:shments, and read aloud from their statutes some of the laws by which they are governed. There were present Mrs. Summerfield. Mrs. Baldwin, Miss Conby and Mrs. Powell from Baltimcre and Mrs. Fairbanks, Mrs. Lockwood, Mrs. Blount, Mrs. Peelle, Mrs. Christiancy and Mrs. Sperry from Wash ington. The league decided to raise money for the needs of the republic, which are im perative. OMice in The Star Building. Desirable office rooms are for rent in The Star Building, including light, heat and janitor service. Undrawn Poultry in Market. To the Editor of The Evening Star: I wish to enter just one complaint r7ainst the otnerwise good Washington markets, and that is the selling of poultry c3ntaining the entrails. Our beautiful Thanksgiving turkey (anticipated for a week beforehand), so plump, so juicy, so brown (baked in a 19-cent self-basting roasting pan), could :.ot be eaten on account of the tainted flesh! And the effluvia from the stewing giblets as one entered the kitchen was something appalling. In a mild climate like this, fowls containing the entrails for forty-eight hours, and often seventy-two hours, are certainly not fit to eat. Let the farmer charge 2 or 3 cents more per -ound for extra labor, and draw the fowl before plac ing it on the market. In Massachusetts there is a stringent law against selling poultry containing the entrails. And see what hale, hearty, robust men they send to Washington from that state! It re minds one of the anecdote of the English man and Scotchman discussing the relative merits of oatmeal. "Humph!" said the Englishman, "we feed oats to the horses in England." "Yes," said the Scot, grave'y, after a pause, 'see what fine horses they raise in England and what fine men in Scotland:" While the question of pure food is being agitated, let us have untainted poultry flesh. Oh! ye mighty men of Con gress, while passing a law prohIbiting the sale of oleomargarine (which in my estima tion is less harmful to the system than poisoned turkey meat), kindly pass another prohibiting the sale of ducks, geese, tur keys or chickens that contain the entrails, and every housekeeper will rise up and call you blessed. P. Malt-Nutrine is essential to the weak and ill, and equally beneficial to the well. The fact that the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n preps.res it is a guarantee of its merIt. Sold by all druggists. Orders addressed to T. D. Har per, manager Washington branch, will be promptly executed.-Advt. Grand Lodge Visits Harmony. Presentations and other substantial mani festations of cordial good fellowship marked the visitation of the Grand Lodge, Fc. A. A. M., to Harmony Lodge, No. 17, Satur day evening. M. W. Grand Master Willam G. Henderson congratulated Harmony's officers upon their excellent work during the year, anid after a witty address by the senIor deacon, Dr. L. 0. Carman, the grand master was pres.ented. on behalf of the lodge, by M. Rosenburg, junior deacon, with an ai tistic silver chocolate set. Dr. Car man was made the recipient of a set of carvers; the grand tyler, John Birckhead, with a substanti token of the lodge's ap preciation, the greetings being pronounced, respectively, by Past Master A. W. John ston and Grand Secretary W. Hamilton Smith. Another pleasing feature of the evenIng was the recitation of a humorous poem by Past Grand Master Nicholson or Texas. Miss Eugenia Washington's Funeral. Daughters of the American Revolution belonging to Betty Lewis Chapter of Fred ericksburg, Va., escorted the remains of Miss Eugenia Washington, the founder of the society, to their res,ting place in Glen cairn cemetery, near Fredericksburg, yes terday afternoon. The boM was taken away for interment yesterday morning, and was accompanied by a party oomposed of relatives and several representatives of the D. A. V. The pallbearers were Judge J. T. Gool'ich, Mr. James Knox, Mr. T. J. Moncure, Dr. G. M. Wallace, Mr. Thomas Wallace and Mr. John M. Hull. Simple services at the grave were con ducted by Rev. Dr. Smith, pastor of St. George Episcopal Church of Fredericks burg._______ Had Letters of Reomaendation. Joseph Haipin, John McKeon, John Har ris and Daniel Bloom were the names given by four men who appeared in the Police Court this morning on a charge of va grancy. They were arrested on the Ben-. ning road by Policeman Russell. In their own de'ense the men said they were coming this way looking for work. They showed good letters of recommendation, and Judge Scott released them. Obstrueting the Utr'eet. Seven push-cart merchants, who were selling fruits and candy on 7th street Sat urday, were required to deposit $5 collateral each for their appearance in court today and answer charges of obstructing the street, Their names were given as GIeoig Panople, Charles Chaeonas, Strata Cartes, Ida Leonia, John Judia, James Chosales and Stephien Chaconas. The men aneae IMR CAUSES DAMAO. DwelHing and Contlats InSured to Mx tent o#101. There was a blase in the house of Sam uel Gibson, No. 1728 17th street northwest. yesterday morning, and No. 9 engine com pany was summoned. An hour after the firemen left the house the fire broke out again, once more requiring the presence of the firemen. The total damage done by.the flames is estimated at about $1,200. B. H. Warner owns the property, which was part ly destroyed. Fire was discovered in the cellar at the store of Paxton Bros., No. 3114 14th street northwest, yesterday afternoon. Two mem bers of No. 11 engine company extinguished the fire. No damage was done. No. 9 engine company was summoned to the house of Mrs. James Ferry, No. 1632 15th street northwest, about 5 o'clock yes terday afternoon. The fire was caused by a portiere coming in contact with a lighted gas jet. Damage to the furniture amounted to $40, while about $10 damage to the build ing was done. An alarm was turned in about 8 o'clock this morning for a slight blaze in the ware house of the Grove Lime and Cement Com pany, corner of North Capitol and E streets. The police extinguished the fire before much damage was done. The origin of the fire is unknown. PASTOR'S REMINISCENCES. North Presbyterian Church Anniver sary Being Celebrated. Taking for a text the words "Jesus also loved the church," the pastor of the North Presbyterian Church yesterday gave a great many interesting reminiscences Of those who in 1865 interested them:elves in the .organization of the church. Many well known names were mentioned, including Dr. Phineas D. Gurley, Gen. E. C. Carring ton, Alex. R. Shepherd, William Ballantyne, Samuel Ker, Mrs. Morgan, wife of Senator Morgan; Judge John P. Jones, Major Car rington and others. The first pastor was the Rev. Louis It. Fox, who afterward settled in Detroit, Mich. He was succeeded by the Rev. J. G. Mason, D.D., now of Metuchen, N. J. The present pastor, the Rev. C. B. Rams dell, D.D., aided in the organization of the church in 1865, and after pursuing b:s stu dies for ten years returned to Lake the pas toral charge of the organization, Decem ber 13, 1I5. Since then the building has been enlarged, the membership increased and the work of the church carried on with the success that may be expected from the efforts of an energetic and devoted people. The Rev. Dr. W. H. Roberts, stated clerk of the general assembly and secretary of the revision committee meeting in this city this week, was one of the early members of this church and went from It Into the min istry. The Sabbath school of the present Eck ington Presbyterian Church, corner North Capitol and Q streets, was started by the North Church in 1890. The invitations announce a pastor's recep tion Tuesday at 8 p.m.. with further appro pr'ate services Thursday evening and next Sunday. INAUGURAL CHAIRMANSHIP. Senator Hanna Expects to Make a Selection Shortly. Senator Hanna, chairman of the national republican committee, and Mr. Myron M. Parker, member of that body for the Dis trict of Columbia, had a talk yesterday over the chairmanship of the executive commit tee which will have charge of the next in auguration of President McKinley. It is un derstood that the names of four gentlemen were mentioned during the conversation. being those of Mr. John B. Cotton, who was recommended to Senator Hanna by Mr. Parker almost immediately after the elec tion; Mr. Brainard H. Warner, Mr. Theo dore W. Noyes and Mr. Theodore E. Rcessle. The latter gentleman is a new factor in the question, and it Is said that he has been quietly but strongly backed for the position. Nothing deiinite was reached at the conference,' and Senator Hanna said the selection would be made shortly. Art Goods, Clocks, Imported Novelties at Karr's, 945 Pa. ave. Advertisement. Election of Omicers. At a meeting Saturday evening of the Society of the Sons and Daughters of Maine officers were chosen as follows: C. H. E;ils, president; Dr. Alonzo Patten, first vice president; Mrs. Marian Longfellow O'Dono ghue, second vice president; George W. Hall, third vice president; F. E. Barbour, financial and recording secretary; Mrs. 0. H. Briggs, corresponding secretary; Walter Higgins, treasurer; Charles E. Littlefield, orator; R. A. Dinsmore, usher; Rev. Dr. Newman, chaplain, and Mrs. Dr. Patten, librarian. Messrs. Hall, Patten and Thom as were elected an auditing committee, and Messrs. Dinsmore and Hall and Mrs. O'Don oghue a committee on entertainment. Addresses were made by Mrs. H. E. Brad ford, Mrs. H. M. Robbins, Mrs. L. E. Bur ton, Mrs. N. P. Moss and Mrs. I. C. Thurs ton of Maine, attending the W C. T. UI. convention; ex-Gov. Sidney Perham, Presi dent EIAs and Mr. Dinsmore. R. F. O'Don oghue and F. E. Barbour gave recitations and votes of thanks were tendered Gen. Ellis Spear and Mr. M. F. O'Donoghue, the outgoing president and secretary. Instruetions to Police OmReer. Reporting upon a complaint made by Mr. Thos. A. Ladson of 1115 F street of the al leged loitering of young men on that thor oughfare adjacent to his place of business, Maj .Sylvester, the chief of police, has in formed the District Commissioners that there have been many complaints about people occupying sidewalks at crossings and in front of business places on F street, to the detriment of business men, and he has given his men instructions to prevent such violations of law as far as practi cable. "There are also those," says the major, "'who take up positions along the street to the embarrassment of ladies passing, and I have instructed the police to give special attention to such practice, with a view to causing its abatement. If there is no vio lation of the law in connection wIth the matter referred to, the polIce wIll not in terfere. If there is a violation of law through occupancy of the sidewalk or ob struction of Mr. Ladson's premises, the police will do what they can to put a stop to it." Hunting. To the Editor of The Evening Star: In the Thanksgiving day Star there was an article on "Illegal Duck Shooting," in cluding a 'description by a Star reporter who watched the disgraceful 'ractices" (referring to duck shooting). Without de airIng at present to refer to the legal aspect of this matter. I wou'd like to ask whether it should be considered disgraceful for a poor man to slaughter ducks to sell for food. The maiming or ddiiiing of any sen tient beIng Is a cruel tihing. To obtain food for human beings the killing is justifiable; but is It justifiable when the only object is so-called sport or pleasure? The Star re porter says, '"I'he river Is being ravaged of its wild fowl and one of the best sports L.e stroyed." Is any sport of this kind really good? Hunting for amusement causes much ur.necessary suffering. How can such sport be considered good? If people must hunt why not be fashionable and follow the paper chase or the aniseed bag? In that way nothing is. ever hurt except a hunter. If that sort of' hunting is not suffBciently exciting, then hunt a tiger, or a bear, or some other animal that can fight back. Do not attack a por, timid little rabbit, or a fluttering bir unless driven to It by the savage instinct of hunger. THOMAS W. GIIMER. Peiree Guild Luneheon. The ladies of the Peirce Guild, auxiliary to the Hospital for Foundlings, had a suc cesaful opening today of their luncheon and sale of useful and fancy articles at Masonic Temple, which will be continued tomorrow and Wednesday. Adverse Opinien. The attorney for the District in the ease of Mary EI. French, who applied for the re mission of penaltles and iaterest en general taxes against lots 1, 2 and 3. block 4, sad letsA 7. and 3, block 3, Barfs subdiisn of Friendship, for the years 1115 to 31100, in-. etuatve, has advised the comunissieaer *q dny te anplitmen. MES AW F -g mSUWW. ibavresmtve 3emow of the Impressive 9ef IS conneetos with the annuat lodee w sortsw of the Benevo lent Proteeive MOder e Elks we ahSid In Chase's Grand0tr* House last night. There wa a vet.mge- attendance. Tbe memorial situal Ms conducted by -ths, of ficers, whowere. 4dvd Shine, exalted ruler; Joseph A. rft, esteemed slding knight; -erge A&Tacy, esteeSed lectur Ing knight; Richad A. O'Brien, secretary; Mitchell Dymnfa. tteasurer; Rev. J. Alexander Spechs chaplain, and Thom H. King, Inner goard. ja A cross made up of Incandescent lampg was suspended-onkthe otherwise unlighted stage, the ret of the house- being dark, and as the -aameoef each dead Elk -was read out by the secretary one of the lamps was extinguished. When the last mame had been called Lange's "Flower Song' was rendered by the Madrids, fol 'ved by "Nearer, My God, to Thee," by . .e United States Marine Band. Following this solemn exercise prayer was offered by Rev. Mr. Spew and ad dresses were delivered by Mr. illtam H. Friday of Brooklyn Lodge, No. 2; Rev. L. Stern and Mr. Arthur C. Moreland. Bene diction was invoked by Rev.Father John P. Moran. The musicak-part of the pogram was contributed by the United States Marine Band, under Lieutenant Saalmann's di rection; the Iperial Quartet and Mr. A. E Gundt, -and tablea - impersonations were given by MraiCathdne M.Mano. WAN1FX IVSTIGAIO19. Mrs. Turnell Remests Sautry Con cerning Aarest ef, Bo. Mrs. A. Turner of. 1225 4th- street south east has addressed the District Commis sioners a letter.in which she asks for an investigation by them: of the arrest of her son recently by Poiftman Edwards; a col ored officer, accompalied by other officers. The matter, it 1wljjr.j recalled, was the subject of a communication to -the Com miisioners from Fi- Wheeler and J. E. Dwyer, two boys of the vicinity, In which they complained of the conduct of Officer Edwards. After an investigation, Maj. Sylvester, the chief of police, reported to the Commissioners that Edwards and the other officers did only their duty. Mrs. Turner denies thAt any real Investi gation of. the matter has been made, and she contradicts the statements of- Lieut. McCathrau and the officers, declaring that her boy had been twice passed on the street by Edwards, and that his entrance into her house caused one of her daugntei s, who was ill at the time with fever, to suf fer a relapse. She declares that if her boy had committed murder his arrest could not have been made In a more forcible manner. MANY WORDS OF PRAISE. Farewell Dinner in Honor of Dr. Henry S. Pritchett. About seventy members of the coast sur vey gave a dhiner last Saturday night at the Raleigh to their former chief, Dr. Henry S. Pritchett. The banquet hall was elabor ately decorated -ith flag% and palms, and the table with chrysanthemums and trop Ical plants. Music'was furnished through out the evening by a quartet of stringed in struments. The Secretary of the Treasury presided, and when the time for the toasts arrived they were ushered In with one to the President of the United States. The Secretary, iL a most feliditous manner, paid a high tribute to Dr. Pritchett's abilities, and In this he was followed by Assistant Secretaries Spaulding and Taylor and by the newly appointed-superintendent, as well as by Mesrs. Nesbit and Hayford, and by Mr. Ogden, who has eharge of the ships of the survey. The -latter incidentally paid a high tribute to the. distinguished naval offi cers whose named are identified with the past history of the survey. Dr. Pritchett's response was full of appre ciation of the honor done him. ie expressed deep regret at leaving his associates, and said that in his efforts for the survey he had been sustained hy Gage, as Hassler, the first superintenden, had. beqn sustained by Galiatin. Dr. Pritchett. has returned to Boston. In addition, to those above mentioned there were present MessrM. Schote, Eimbeck,Lia denkohi, Fairfleld, 4$mt%, d1raves. Davis, Duffield, Vinal, Fowler. WvC.? A. Thompson, H. L. Thompson. Fitcb.- Knight, Von Erich sen, Smoot. Forney, Allen, Duvall, Nelson, McGregor, Shidy, Chase, 0. B. French, Ritchie, Gibson, Fischer. Burchard, Pea body. Wills, Castles, Wyville, Welker, H. 0. Frencn, Latham, Wasserback, Wolff, Blacklidge. Marinden, Griffln, Sinclanr, Blacklidge, Marinden, Grifdin, oinilir, Yates. Ua6k kulizoi. Boutelle, MAtchand, Sommer, Belit' and Burton. Newest Things in Jewelry Can be found at Karr's, 945 Pa. ave.-Advt. Ten Dollars in Each Case. William G. Turner, who, as already stated in The Star, was arrested by Detec tives Miller and Peck on several charges of petty larceny, was today tried In the Police Court and was convicted In the foi lowing cases; From Harry F. Bailey. 50 cents; from Peter Diehl, 82, and $1 each from Thomas W. Rose, Lloyd Rountree and Samuel Mitchell. Judge Kimball fined him $10, with the alternative of thirty days in each case and also ordered him to make full restitution or serve thIrty days additional. Concert at Wesley Chapel. There will be a concert at Wesley Chapel, corner 5th and F streets northwest, tomor row nignt, for which some excellent talent has been engaged. The names presented are Mrs. H. Clay Brown-ing, Mrs. James F. Oyster, Mr. W. D. McFarland, Mr. Horatio Rench, Mr. J. D. Mc.Fall, Mr. J. Henry Kaiser, Dr. J. W. Biachoff, Mr. An. an Kas par and Prof. Thee. 1. King. With an ar ray of musician. a -program of unusual ex cellence may be anticipated. Catarrh Its cause exists in the blood, in what causes inflammation of the mucous membrane. it is therefore impossible to cure It by local ap plications. it is positively dangercus to neglect it, be~cause it always affects the stomach and deranges the general h'ealth, and is likely to develop into con sumptioni. It is radically and permanently cured by flood's Sarsaparilla which removes the cause, cleanses the blood of gcrofulous and all other impurities and gives vigor and tone to the whole system. Hood's Pills cure liver ilas; the non-irritating and only cathartic to take wit mad's Sarsaparille. We Are Taking Orders For Tuxedo 'a r* the Holidays and New and Dress Wa's Receptions. Don't Sits, $25 up. j eiay until the ia. minute. Hebbard&!I ndman,2e t 4e8-104 OID) Private Stock ces..;-y.ie..s ,vw m 5K~IY. of Chris. Xaneg~ Old Private Stock - It Is 25 yrsof and atonisr loasseurs;$1P CH RIS. XANDER,'go " CHANGING yea weer COlass onaei your epqgsaunn es esa ees's mSM heas lbe st 9se. Death of Worse W==stealan. Word has jut been received of the death of Arnold W. Meyer-14eg, a well-known Washington music teacher, at the boon of his brother in Brooklyn. Prof Meyer Teeg was a graduate of Leipsig. Bosies being a thorough muaian he was an au thority on the art of singing and the found er of the "psychological system of voice cut ture." Hiss los will be mourned in musical and Masonic circles, in both of which he was wel and favorably known. Convieted of Lreeny. For the larceny of $&95 from iJenjamin Ford Daniel Parker of Brook' court was today convicted in the Police Court, and Judge Kimball fined him $10, with the alter native of thirty days in prison. He will also have to make full restitution or %erve twenty-one days In Jail In addition. CITY ITEMR Old "Braddeek Marylaud Rye" is the Best of Amerieam Whiskeys. It's absolutely pure and as smooth and mellow as old age can make it. None fner. At grocers', cafes and clubs. Jas. Clark Dis tilling Co.. D. P. McCarthy, mgr.. 610 Pa.av. Hotel Johnson Cafes. Large shipments of high-grade Oysters received today, among which are genuine Lynn Haven Bays, Cherrystones and Blue Points. Finest known to the trade. Also all varieties of high-class game, such as Virginia Pheasants, Quail and Potomac Wild Ducks. A Ia carte service, midday lunch and table d'hote dinner. AMUSEMENTS. r nn g[paPRICES mw I NEVER MOW (MOOMMM I CHANGE. A Week of Unprecedented Attendance. THE GREAT LAFAYETTE SHOW Headed by the International Celebrity, - THE GREAT LAFAYETTE AND SEVEN OTHER SPLENDID STAR ACTS. Choice Seats Should be Reserved in Advance. DaZ 25c ve'a 25& 50c SAa 2:15. 8:15. Rewerved. Next Week-THE BERMAN SHOW. including the Four Cohans. Seats may be secured now. de-5t-iM NATIONAL. FT*NIG AT 8:15. 2. NATIONAL Wed. &Sat. Mate.at2 MR. W. A. BRADY'S SPECIAL PRODUCTION, With the WAY Original Big N. Y. Cast nd DOWN Prduton from the NEXT WEEK-MAIL ORDERS BOOKING FAST EDNA flAY And All" EDNA Star Cast, In Kerker & Morton's New Musical Comedy. The Girl From Up There. CHORUS OF 60-ORCHESTRA OF 30. de34Otf COLUMBIA, WASHNNGTORS Popular prices for this week only. Evenings. $1. 75. 50 and 25c. Matinee Thursday. 25 and 50c. Saturday matinee. 25, 50 and 75c. THE LEVY E HAN LONS' LE YOYAGE BIGGEST EN SUISSE, SPECTACLE. Or a Trip to Switzerland. Company of 50 Includes Chas. Guyer. Wm. C. Schrode, Allene Crater, Robt. Broderick, Nelly Daly. Four Hills, E. H. Carroll. Celeste Trio and Augmented Chorus and Ballet. NEXT WEEK-Orders Now-Regular Prices GEORGE W. LEDERER'S he Befle NEW YORK CASINO COMPANY, Of Bohemia. Headed by SAM BERNARD. DICK BERNARD and a Company of 125. COMING SAN TOY. Bur- HOLMES Lec ton tures With Illustrations In Color, and APPROPRIATE MOTION PICTURES. NEXT WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AT 4:15, "The Paris Exposition." Prices: 25. 50. 75c. and $1. Now on sale. SEATS ARE NOW ON SALE AT DROOP'S MUSIC STORE FOR PHILHARIONIC ORCH ESTRA, W. H. SANTELMANN. Conductor. Sunday Evening, DeceInber 16. MARTINUS SIEVEKING. The Great Dutch Pianist. Soloist, Sunday Evening, February 3. Sunday Evening, March 17'. Course Tickets, for three concerts. 88. 82.50 and $2. EXTRA-SUNDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 9. HALlEY'S BAND. de8l AFTERNOON, KERMAN'Sll EVENIG, THE BIG SHOW, Reilly & Woods' Vaudeville & Burlesque Next Week-IMPERIAL BURLESQUE. de8-6t-15 L7AFAY ETTE I iABSOLUEY Electric Elevator to Balcony and Gallery. Saturday Evening, DeC. 8, 1900. 51st Concert. 17th Year. Geogtown 70 MusIcian., JOSEP KASPAR. Conductor, Assisted by firs. Thos. C. Noyes, SOPRANO: Mr. John Porter Lawrence, PIANiST: Dr. J. W. Bischoff, ACCOM PANI1ST. Frramts e Symn . eBeethoven; Aria from in ? int Ch,opin; songs. selecteu; Fest Overture, AT SADES&ESAMAN'S MUSI HOUSE. del-?t WILLIAM E. GREEN. Violin Recitals In t Mui Nalo Fairmnont Smnary, 14th and o'clock. Assisted by Mr. Wenceeso Vilapando, tikt,$,on a. at Sadr & taun',1827' RECITAL. Musical and Literary, 5 STREET BAPTIST CHURCH, (E at. bet. 6th and 7tir eta.), TUESDAY, nDUMBE 4, S P.M. AMISSION ..................et Grand Concert Itchl Itch! Itch! AWFUL ri0NG OW UXEMA. DREADFUL 8CALNG OW PSORLAUIS, CURED BY CUTICURA CM CUCORA go". to eanse te skn of crests Ss eTICURA Ottment. to allay Itcbing CUTICURA RK"OLP. W!E;r.,t lad e the blood. maske tbe asot eampAsate snd speedy care treatmeI for tor AC 4ADE. "iE 10 Thla0A aftcaye e ad Irritat00% wihave deded the sWU of the beat delaneaAal te resneffis. a einsle met beig oten~eiutto caus the saoat obstlate cm MISSANC A TE=.. BNST SAA.S MA1DM ANS CE E Pos.Detes. ACADEMY.= AN e TONIGHT A ALL MEK. TheafayetteStock TUEL. With THUR. MISS BLANCHE BATES& SAT.. I SARDOU'l GREAT PLAY. t Firstcenace MADAME SANS 2IEI estM . Next WeL-NELLIZ McKENRY IN M*LSS. Edexcudd The Pierce Guild Luncheon And sale of useful and fancy articles for thL bene fit of the Foundling Hospital all he cautined Tuesday and Wednesday at the Masonic Temple. 1 rect to eck of the Far MIut off the Wde-84 .t lockey Chub THEWHOE OUREE Drst Race at 2 P,Mo Disreputable Persons Excluded. Trains, direct to track, leave Sixth Street Station at and 1:30 p.m. Electric Street Cars di. rect to track and return every two minutes. deS-84.tf THE HOME .OF BURLESQUE, THE BIIJOU THIEATER. MATINEE EVERY DAY. GOOD RESMVED ST, AT Bc. The Bon Ton Burlesquers. NEXT IVEEK The Rays Hot Old Time." de3-21tt Mammoth Coon Cakewailk AT CONVENTION HUALL, Tuesday Eve, Dec. 4th. MUSIC BY U S. MARINE BAND. Reserved Sats at Droops Music Store. Tickets, 50c., 75c., $1.00. n2a6t Sar te & t . o lonand De ftmer Wedrm n ti . atem 28. Insalof7.2t26.7.2o2e.de.3 Twoinways Ptao bed.en COGEGATRIONAL ECU. ORMO UNTY D VEMERNON, PM. Th am osch o scety Roia trrst. i. r o dn n Rleserd sets...$50$io,5c W H,EXANRIONS& T. OY FOR MOUTER RON ALXNRADARLINGTON LCTCANS.SOMAUEDUC BRIDGP. E. For eari ou rnton seVcuer o. Forve 7ls. wn eehurfo 10 a.m. 1:4 p.m. RONDTR toM. enn S ound trip............. a cnto Alxnra to c g Rou nd trion......t. 2 0 et'. RoNd*ti to a,Wenn nciAhingtonn FtALLSa Co.RC-I eHOME A TM3 WAHINGTON @VTHZFtX RALWAI. Schedule .8 -Uecit Noveaiuwr .. IM Trains leave frem Pen. ftiata. 8:01 a.m Daily Lacal (r Harrismbarg and f Charlotte and wa tatIo. 11:1 .m . U. 8. FAst Mall. Sleeping Cars to .ew 0 eno, Columbia. SOaVanah and Jacksonvwi., niting at alis Ury with 6 co per for Asheville, Cbittatouga and Memphia. and at Dan wthle with Aftepw-r .or ttinieto-. anid at t'narlittt with Ieeper fr Aits. Solid trato Waahingtas to New Orleans. Dining car serwie. 11:37 a.m Daily. Local for Charbottmville. 4:01 p.m. Week Days. Local Or Front Royal, trashurg and Marrisonu. 4:30 pm. Dully. Local Crr tes e, 9:85 p.m. Daily. N. Y. and P.a. Express. Sleep. ing vars to Augusta with connectiona for Aiket and Charleston and .0 Savannah, Jacksonville and Part Tampa. Tbnmsh coach to Jacksoaville. D!n Ing ear service 9:55 p.m. Daily. Washinvon and Chattanoga ,imited (vim Lirnebburg. Slepng cars to oa make. Knoxville. Chwttauega . emphis and New Orleans Thrugh .cotch to Memphis Dining car serwilee. 10:45 p.m. Daily. Washingto and Southwestern Limited Sleeping cars to Ashevilli,. KnoxvIle, Chattanooga and Nashville. and to Atlanta. Macon' Birmingham. Memphis. Montgomery. Mobile a1 New Orleans. Counect at New Or ese with the 'Sunset Limited' for California. Dining car ser vice. Tourist sleeper Washinitoo to San FranciscM Mondays Wr iuesdays and Fridays. ThAINS ON BLL U!"ONT RANCH. Leave Wash.ngton 9:01 a.m.iTi3. 4:49 p.m. week da)s and 6:25 p.m. Sundays ter Bluemont 6:25 p.m. Saturdays and 4:35 pm. w-ek da-@ ani 11:20 p.m. Wednesdays and satirdys only. for Leesburg; 6.25 p.m week dtys to ierndon. Through trains from the South arrive Washing. ton 6:42 A.m.. 7:85 a.m.. 2:16 p.m. and 8:50 p.m. daily. From Harr:sonhurg 11:37 a.m. week dars and 9:40 p.m. daily. From Charlotttvil!e S:t5 a.m. and 9-40 p.m. &aUy. Tickets. sleoping ca- reservations and other In. formatin furn:&aed and hagage ca led for and checked from hotel* and residences by _'nIon Trans. fer Co.. on 4aders left at Ticket Office. 705 15th at. n.w., bll P-na. are. n.w. and at l'.nna. station. 'Pbone 1441 for P. R. R. Cab Service. FRANK 8 GANNON, Sd V P. and Gen. Mgr. J. M. CLP. Traffic Manager. W A. TURK. General Pass'r Agent. n026 L S. BROWN. Gen-ral Agent. BALTIORE AND OHIO R. R. Leave Waahington, New Jersey ave. and C at. Chicago and nort5west, *O0o a.m. and *6:06 p.m. Cincinnati. St. Louis and tDdianapolIs. *10:05 a.m. *3:45 p.m., *1:10 night. Pittsburg and CleveLuid. *10:50 a.m.. *8:30 p.m. and *1:00 night. Columbus a.,d Wheeling *8:05 p.m. WIDcLester, v8:S5 a.m., t3:45 and t5:30 p.m. Luray, t3:45 p.m. Annapolis. t7:10. 18:30, t8:35 a.m., t12:15. J4:35 and 15:30 p.m Frederick. tS-35. gO-00. tIO:50 am.. 51:15, t4:306 t5:30 p m. Hagerstown. t10-05 a.m. and t5:30 p.m. Boyd and way points, th:35. 9:10) a.m.. 11:15, t4:30. t5:30, *7 05 p.m. Gaithersburg -tad way poInts. t8:33. 11900 a.m., t12:50, 11-15. tj OD, t4:30. *5-00. t5:30. *7:45, 110:15 t11.25 p.m. WashIngton Junction and way points. t8:35, 59:00 a.m.. 51:15. t4:30, t5:30 p.m. BaltImore, week days, %2:35. 5:00. 6:30 27:05. x7:10. x8:30. 8:35, z9.30, x10:00 *.m.. 'M.;10 iM., 12:15, :1:1. z3 00. z4.00, x4:30, 4:35. .5:0-, .5:10 x5:30. x6:20, 6:30. x8:00, X10:00 11:30. 1i:3i p.m. Sundays. v2:35. z7-0., x7-10. 8:34), j16:00 a.m., z12:10 z1-10. 1:15, x3-00, z3:30, 4:35, x5:05. x5:10. 6:30. 8:00, x10-00. 11:130, RI1:35 p.m. ROYAL *fLUE LINE. All trains Iiuminated with Plintech light. Baltimore. Pilladelphita. New York, Boston and the east. *2-35 *7-05 (Diner). t8:30 lBufet 59:00 (Dineri, t10:00 (Diner) a.m . *12:10 (Diluer), *1:10 (Diner). *1:00 itoyal Limited," (Diner f4:00 (Buffeti, *5:05 Diner). *8:00 and *11: Parlot Car on all day train. Atlantic City, t10:00 a.m.. t12:10 noon, and t1:10 and 3:00 , m. *Daily tExcepi Sunday. Iunday only. t.xpres trains. Baggage caled o and chec ked from hotels and residences by Union Transfer Co. on orders left at ticket otii.e. %19 Pennsylvania avenue northwest, New York av nue a Ad Fifteenth street and at de pot. Telephone ti cet offices for B. and 0. Elec tric Automollili Cabs. F. D UNDtLRWoD, D. B. MARTIN, 2d Vice P'-e"ident Mgr. Pla" Traffe. and G-tn Manager. no26 PENNSYLVANIA RAli.ROAD. Station crner of S.xth and B streets. 7:45 A.l Ieek Ways Pi'.jilt it& r.xiltESS Parlor and Lnig Care Haitial- g a0 Pittsbtu1g. 10:0 A.M. PE.\NStYLVANIA i.aiiIEi--Pu.,i Sleeping, Dining. Sm,,klng And 0lw,eration Cars Harrisburg to Chicago; Cincinnati. Indianapolis, St. LouAG. Cleveland and Toled,-. Btieet Parior Car to Harrisburg. 10:50 A.M. FAhl LINE-Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisbuig. aisuffet Parior Car Uarrisburg to Pittabuig. 3:30 P.M. CtiCAGO AND ST. LOUIS EXPREWI. Sleeping Car %ashington to St. Louis and vVash ingi>n to Toledo. aou :3eep.ng and J.ung Cars Harrisburg to Indinnapoi, bt. i-u a, Nashville (via C'nciunati and Loulavillep and Chicago. 7:45 P.M. WST.UN EPiES- Pu,,uman Slee Ing Car to Pttabuag and Chicago. Diing Car Caicago. 7:45 P.M. CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI EX PijESS-Puliman Sleeping Car. ha shington to Pittsburg, and Harr.abuig to Cleveland and Cin cinnati. Dining Car. . 10:40 P.M. PAC.FIC EXPRES-Pu.maa Sleeping Car to Pittsburg. 7:45 A.M. for K.ne, Canandaigua Rochester and Nagara Falls daily. except Sunday. 10:50 A.M. vir Elmira and ite.. v,- dailf, except Sunday. For %iilnuisp.rt da,,y. 3:30 1 .M. 7:45 P.m. daily for Wil,iamap.rt and Buffa.o (via Ewpolum .unction) with through "unet S-eeplng Car for Riches,er. Erie Bulu and Niagara Falls daily except 'aturay. with a.eeping CaW Washington to Rochester. 10:4#) P.M f-or Erie, Canandaigua Rochester, BUf falo and Niagara Fat.a dai.y. Iu,uaan S.eeping Car Washington to Reester Saturdays only. 4:00 P.M CJ.rURkSSl0AAL LI.cliED.'' daily for New York, all Parlor Cas. with DinAng Car from Baltimore. FOR PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK AND THR EAST. Express. 7:00 (Dining Car). 7:57 8:18 9:00, 9:00 (Dining Car). 1":00 (Dintng Car;. and 11:00 (Din ing Car from W.iming.,,n) A.Ai.. 12:45. 3:15. 4:50 (Dining Car from B5aitimore), u:50 10:00 and 1:50 P.M. On Sundays. 7:0 (Dining Carp. 7:57. 8:15, 9:0. 9:00 (Din.ng Cart. 11:00 %Dining Car from Wilmington) A.M., 12:15. 3:15. 4:50 DIning Car from Beatimore), 6:50. kj:uo iind 11:50 P.A. For Philadelphia only. Expresm, 7:45 A.M., 12:15 P.M. week days. 2:01. 4:10 (Dining Car), and 6:40 P.M. daily. For Boston, without cnange. 7:45 A.M. week days and 4:50 P.M. daily. For Baitimort: 6:20. 7:00. 7:45. 7:57. 8:15. 9:00, 10:00. 10:50. 11:00 A M 12:.5. 12:45. 1:2. 2:01, 3:15. 3:30 (4:00 imited,. 4:10. 4:20. 4:31, 4:50. 5:40. 6:15. 6:5U. 7;45. lu:to. 10:40. 11:35 and 11:80 P.M. On Sundays. 7:00. 7:57 8:.5, 9:00. 9:o5, 10:50. 11:00 A.M.. 12-15. 1:18, 2:01. 3:18, 8:30 (4:0,0 LImited). 4:10. 4:20. 4:5,,. 8:40. 6:18, 6:50. 7:48. 10:00, 10:40 and 11:80 P.M. For Pope-m Creek Line. 7:45 A.M. and 4:31 P.M. week daym. For Annapoli 7:00. 9:00 A.M., a2:i5 and 5:40 P.M. week days. Sunday.. 9:4)0 A.M. and 8:40 P.M. Express for FlorIda and oInts on Atiantic Coast Line, 4:30 A.M., 3:12 P..3. da.y; Rtichmund only, 11:41 A.M. week days. 8:00 P.M. da.i.y; ' riesa for Florida and po.ints on Seat oard Air Line, 10:58 A.Mt. and 6:55 P.M1. daily. Accomumodation for Quantico. 7:46 A.M. daiiy and 4:28 P.M. SEASHORE CONNECTIONS. For Atlantic City (via Delawate Ivec Bridge, all rail route), 3:18 (4:00 "Comgress..nal Limited") and 11:50 P.M. daily. Via Market Street Wharf, 10:00 and 11:00 A.M.. 12:48 P.M. week days, 11:50 P.M. daily. For Cape May. 11:00 A.M. week days. 11:50 P.M. daily. Ticket offBee corner Fifteenth and 0 Streets, and at the atio'n. Sixth and B Streets, where orders can he left for the checking , f baggage to destina tion from hotels and res.deuces. Telephoine cadll"441'' for Pennaylvanta Railroad Cab ServIce. J. B. HUTCHINSON J. R. WOOD. General Manager. General Paraenger Agent. WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND MOUNT VER NUN RAILWAY COMiPANY. From Station i.'enniyh.anz ate and l3% at. 1- .ffect Novembher 1, 1900. For Alexandria. .veek daye-4:30, 7:04, 7:30, 8:00, 8.35, 8.859, 1-25, 10:00. 11:00. 11:30 A.M.. :12:05, 12:20 &2:45 .1t:05. 1 25. 2:00. 2:30. .2:59, 3:30, 8.89, :4:15. 4 35, 4:50. 8:10. :5:24, s:40, 6:04 o.30, 7-06, 7.30. s-0 8:48. 9:30. 10:15, 11:20 ant 11:59 P.M 'unday-7:45, 9:00. 9:45, 10:30, 11:0, 11:30 A.M . 2 00 Noon, 12:30. 1:00. 1:30. 2:00, 2:30. 3.00. 3 10. 4-'0. 4.30. 8.00 5:30. 6:00, 6:30,4 7:00. 7:30,.8:00. 8-45, 9:30. 10:15. II:2uAl1:501P.M. For Mount Vernon. week days-6i:30, 8:00, 10:00, 11:00 A.M., -12:05 x1-05. 2:00, :2:59, 3:59, :4:1, :5:24, 7:06. ':30 P M1 Sunday-9:00 A.M., 12:06 Noon. 2:00 4-0, 7:00. 9:30 P.M. For Arling.ton and Aqtueduct Bridge, week days 6.30. 7.04. 7::-i0. 8:00. 8.38. 8:59, 9:25. 10:00. 11:00 A M.. *12,5, 32:20, *12:48, 1:03. *1:25, 2:00, *2.30. 2-8.t. *3:34) 3:59, *4:35. 4:50. 5:24, 6:04, 6:0 7-06( s'00 i'.M. Sunday-7:48, 9:00. 9:48. *10:30. 11:00 *11:30 A.M. 12:410 Noon. *12:30. 1-00. *1:30 2:00. *2:30. 3:00. *3:30. 4:00,. *4:30, 8:00 '8:30. 6:400. *6:30. 7:00. '7:3). 8-00G P.M. Parcels ca-ned. Baggage checked. sExpresa. *Ti' Ariington only. G. E. ABtIOTT, J. COLVIN mol-tf PresIdent. Supei inten dent. C'HRRAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILROAD. THROUGH TiHE GRANDEST SCE.NERY OF' AMERICA. ALL ~TRAINS VESTIIBULED. ELECTRIO LIGHTED. STEAM HEHATED. DINING CARS ON THROUGH TRAINS. STATION. SIXTH AND B STREETS. Schedule in effect November 17, 1900. 3:00 P.M. DAILY--Cincinnati and St. Louis Spe cial-Solid train for Cincinnati. Puliman sleepere to Cincinnati ,e:ington. Louisville, Indanapli and St. Louis without change. Parlor Car Covig ington. Va ..to Virginia' Hot Springs. ParlorCa Cincinnati to Chicago. 11:10 P.M DA Lr--F F. V. UJmlted-Bolid train far Cincinnati. Pullen. sleeperm to Cincinnati. Lexington and LouIsvIlle withont change. Connec tIon for VIrgnia Hot Srn.daily. Puilman Com partment C t eVlgo i Hot Springs. without chanse. daily e:eey~ aday. Sleepers CincinnatI oCicago and %t as. 11:41 A. M. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY-For Newport New.. Norfolki and Old PoInt Comfort (via Penna R.' R., R. F. & P. and Richmond). 3:00 P.M DAILY-Mar Gordonaville. Charlottee- a yulle. Utaneton daily. sd for Richmond daily. ex Lrvtion an ticsts at Chesapeake and 0hle Unes. 513 Pensyvania avenue, 600 14th at. near 3, and at the station. Telephone call 1441 foee Pmaylvania Railroad cab servIce. H.W. FULL.I Oeneral Passenger Agent. Telephope 10.1 . nol7 Seaboard Air Line Railway FLOR,DA Amn WEST '14~ SHORT LINN. LBATB WAtMB1NGTON. ~U~N. R 3. STATION1. 10:I5 A.. Daily. Fiorida Expre fer Petersbneg, Ethern Pines Pinehat. Camaden. Os. .~~~na Jackmnavllle. Tel sh==aee and i . .." ...v.ehan Ta,Bl.. ~s1swimg ca s 3nebeville and Tamopa.