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rOdd pants at extremely odd prices.
A few pairs of Fine All-wool Fanc3 Mixed Cheviot Short
Pants the kind that can be depended upon to wear lonp;
and well guaranteed fast colors the higher grades made
with double seat and knees will close them all out today
as follows:
$1.25 pants, - $1.03 I $1 pants, 79c.
Boys' reefers at dwarfed prices.
It will not require a fat purse to participate in these
splendid Reefer offerings for todaj-. Every little boy's
mamma in Washington should be able to afford him a reefer
at these prices no matter how limited her means. And the
best part of it all is that these prices represent the lines t
grades of boys' reefers manufactured in America.
TIip first number on the orosrram is the offering of
about 25 Boys Fine Double-breasted
Reefers finished with large sailor
collars trimmed with wide black
braid sizes 3 to 8 that have
never sold for less than $2.50 any
where at
Two grades of Toys' Elegant
Double-breasted Blue Chinchilla
Keef ere - with large iailor collar
elRtwrately trimmed with all-wool
black braid the smartest and nvot
elegant appearing reelers in Ihe
town -sizes 3 to S go today like
$6 Reefers, -$5
Reefers, -
A plum for the larger boys, apes
9 u 16. About 75 handsome
double-breasted Blue Chinchilla
Straightforward Clothiers, 315 7th St.
"a''. " &.' "tytavtv. aVfe-& w-a,"-v v&. ""W-
A Heavy Track at Pimiico Causes
Many Scratches.
The Jiidith Decision Giving the
Former the Luce Is Hi.--t 1
Squ in Asuin "Win at Good Oddt,
Defntins KlnjrT., AVho Han TlilcJ
Prompt Fiust Under the Wrr.
Baltimore. Vov. 26. Scratcheswere num
croue in the different events here tills
afternoon, owing to the heavy track, due
to" the rain of last night. Almost a half
of the nombei of entiles were withdrawn,
-which resulted Jn small fields in four or
the five events. The talent Were not
eutcesrul In their attempt to pick mud
horses, as onl) two out of the five led
their fields home. In the fourth race,
Iady Disdain finished on the rail, and
Bableca on tLe outside of the track, but
etlll there was not the slightest doubt
that Lady Disdain won, although Judge
McDowell's decision was greeted Wth
bisse and grumbling by the backers of
Bableca. Summaries:
First race Six and one-half furlongs.
Byron Cross, even, won; Booker, second;
Laurel Leaf, third. Time. 1:15 3-4
Second race Six furlongs. Prompt, 5
to 1, won; Tiemargo, second; Summer Sea,
third. Time, 1:181-1.
Third lace One mile. Bay, 2 to 1 , won;
Eshcrdovn second; Lady Dainty, third
Time, 3:461-2
Fourth race Six furlongs. La ly lis
drtln, H5 to 1, won; Bableca, second, San
Ecr, third. Time. 1:17.
Fifti. race -One and one-sixteenth miles.
Squan. 5 to 1 won; Rossafer, second, Kmg
T-, third. Time. 1:51.
Entries for tomottow:
Flrt race Five furlongs. Jack Don
ahue, Mills and Dogtowu, 105 each" Duch
ss Annette, Gun Metal, Mrs. Reeves, Pink
Chambray and Crayon, 102 each.
Second ract Sixfurlongs. Oceania, 111;
Minnie Alphonse, Salaire, Tappan, Conven
Won and Mantle, 102 each; Ten Spot. 104;
Fisher, 113; South Africa, 117; Proinpr,
10r.; Louise N., 107; HI Daddy, 109.
Third race Handicap. One mile. Al
bert S., 12G: BHIalf. 125; Premier, 124,
Sun Dp, 123; Hugh Penny and Ben Ronald
118 each; Klnniklnnlc, 110; Old Saugus,
115; nrono, 114; Sensational, 107.
Fourth race Six and one-halt furlongs.
"Warrenton, Black Dude, Senator ilcCarren.
Homelike, 110 each; Plantain, Tabouret.
Allerac Juda Montd'Or.Longacre, Tinkler,
My Maryland, 107 each;
Fifth raco One mile. Lanedale, Beau
Ideal. 108 each: Marsiau, Marshall, Water
man, Eleanor Mac, Buckeye, Ablngdou;
James Monroe, 105 each; Bra-w Lad, 104:
llinnie Alphcnse, Her Own, Tranato, 107
Elxth race StceplechJise; fwo and one
aalf miles. Decapod. Brock, Tom Mo -re,
163 each; Tripoli, 152.
Won at Alexandria.
The Colored High School football team
defeated the Alexandria Athletic Club by
th Rcoru or 22 to 0, on Thanksgiving
TJee Dr. -Henry's Headache Powders for
Headache, "neuralgia, and nervous-debility.
Terraline will quickly cure that football
eoush or cold. lt-em
,j9 wb "vv-' &&
You can buy a Suit and Reefer
or Overcoat for the boy here to-
day at the price you would pay p
for the suit alone elsewhere. 6
We are tfoiug- to lead all the d
odd lots of Boys' Suits in stock v
up to the sacrifice today. We've K
assembled together about 200 of
them only a few of a kind. The
collection includes some of the
i finest and nattiest boys' suits in
' stock, in Fancy Mixed Cheviots, 0
Scotch Cheviots, in Browns, 9
Grays and Plaids aqres 3 to 16 ?
y ears. They sold all the way f
from S4 to $6 lake your pick to-
day at
Blue Chinchilla
Reefers with .--ilk velvet collar and
fancy lining the regu
lar standard J?-l.oJ m n fb p
graue. i-or one oay
mil v. TYnIav vonr .
choice ."... I.... vv!
A Sensational
Overcoat Sacrifice.
150 Boys' Splendid Cape Over
coats -sizes 3 to 16 year, in the
handsomest and inot stj'lish of
Scotch, plain and fancy mixed cloth
in j-ood color combinations, such
as brown, blues., blacks, etc.
Can't be '-ought any-
wnere else in the city ,
for less than 7 i
or i'b-your pet lodaj
Lively Contest for the Judgeship
Taking Place.
Siloou-Keepc'i Arretted for Hnritiji
Empty Liquor Barrels. "With
Tnx .Stniii): ou Them.
Alexandria, Nov. 2G.-City Sergt. Smith
this evening received a telephone message
rrom the Tirst police preciuct In Washing
ton, stating that they had captured George
Carroll, alias Melville, colored, who is
wanted in tuls city for Jail breaking. A
policeman will go to Washington tomorrow
morning and bring Carroll buck to this
a lively contest is on for the Judgeship of
the court or Alexandria and Fairfax
counties, the aspirants being Judge James
.M. Love, incumbent, and Col. L. C. Barley,
member of the house of delegates, from
this city and county. Judge Love was ap
pmuteu by Uovemor O'ierrall to rill the
unexpired term or thelate J ndgeChicnester,
and will be strongly supported bv Fnirrax
county. The rneuds ot Col. Barley state
that he has a strong backing, and express
themselves as conlident iliac he -will win.
Although the selection of Juuge Love's suc
cessor does not come up until November,
198, considerable work is being done by
the friends of the respective candidates,
and Judge Love's advocates are equally
conlident that their fxivorite will win.
Mr. w.li uro'wuer,iio.iiiuu.uaaioon
on reyton street, near the btone bridge,
was arrested toua j by ueputy Lnlted Mtaies
Marshal GIoer on trie cnargeor having in
his possession empty liquor barrelb from
"wiiien tne tax stamps hadnot been remoed.
He was placed under bond by Commissioner
John S. Fowler for his appearance at the
January term of the United States court.
In the county court todav the applica
tion or P. P. Uustell for the opening of a
county road to connect his proertv "with
the Leeshurg pike "was heard anu therej.ort
or the viewers was conrirmed. Commis
sioners were appointed lo assess damages
or rour laud owners who require compensa
tion. Tne first german of the season -was held
at McBurney's Hall tonight bv the Alex
andria German Club. The dance was led
by Dr. Lewis Green.
Miss Lou Shultz, of this city, fell from
her bicycle in Washington yesterday and
was painrully brutsed.
Washington Lodge No. 22, of Masons
held an interesting meeting last night and
conferred the third degree. After ad
journment the membeiH rej Killed to the
Exchange Hotel, where a banquet was
Mi. J. D. Henley and Miss LI Hie R. War
f'elrt were married in Washington yester
day. Racing; at Lexington.
Lexington, Ky , Nov. 25. There was
a steady rain at the races this afternoon.
The attendance was light, and the track
muddy. Summaries:
First race Five and one-half furlongs.
Allerton, 2 1-2 to 1, won; Bethlehem Star,
Sfcond; Fontanas, third. Time, 115 3-1.
Second race One mile. Cain, 8 to 5,
won; Rebecca B., second; Lucy B., third
Time, t-52.
Third race One mile and seventy yards.
Loyalty, 4 to 5, won; Sir Ebony, second;
Lake View Palace, third. Time, 1:52.
Tourth race Five furlongs. Armorel,
6 to 5, won: Miss Arnold, second; Lena
Myers, third. Time, 1:07.
Fifth race Six furlongs. McFariand II.
8 to l, -wotr. Vice Regal, second; Liew
4nna, third. Time. 1:19.
Cold "Wave Comiup;.
TheWeather Bureau lastnlghtsentouta
special bulletin directing the cold wave
flag to bo hoisted. The temperature will
fall from twenty to thirty degrees tonight.
-We will mall on application, free infor
mation how togrow'halr upon a baldheafW
Address " Altenhefni Medfcaf Dh-,'
De- f c E;; Box 77Si audau. oh
. !.
The Wife of a SDGcial Pension Examiner
Tells flow sue Was
She Suffered for Years From a Com
plication of Diseases Read
the Story of Her Cure.
Mrs. W. H. Evans, wife of special- ex
aminer in tile Pension Bureau, presiding
at 14-1C Corcoran street iiorthvesgfVash
ington, 1). C, says: "1 was alpffcrcr
rrom u complication of ulteases lor several
years. These Were nervous prostration,
general deuihty, stomach and liver trou
ble, cutarrn aim nervous lleuUuciic. 1 was
not able to get relief from any source until
1 placed m yi-elt under the care of Munyon'S
Specialists. By the use of Munyon's
Remedies aim Munyon's electrical ma
chines and hie ciiaiuuer, 1 lind tnat new
"itality aim strength have been added. I
have ieeii ieiieta pi my nervuun Head
aches, from which I suffered intensely. The
digress in my stomach und right side soon
ult-appuared, and :i great improvement Is
noiicuaule in my general health. 1 have
found ttiat Munyon s Remedies are all that
is claimed for them, and ttiat .Munyon's
electrical machine ana lite chamber
are wonders Tor certain diseases. I
feel indeed grateful to Munyon lor what
lia has done for me."
Cured of Kidney Trouble.
Mr. D. J. Doran, 521 Tejitli htreet.
Whittling!)!!, D. C, fcuvs: "After only one
day's use of Munyuu's .Kidney Cure l lum
that all my pains caused by that disease
have disappeared."
Munyon 'n remedies comprise a separate
cure tor each uiteabe, and are sola oy ul
uruggists, mostly 2o cents u vial. Munyon's
Static Electrical Machine cures rheuma
tism, stilt joints, paralysis ana neuralgia.
Munyon's Life Chamber cures Catarrh,
asthma and bronchitis. Muiiyon's dos
tors at vour service lree all uay and even
ing; Sunday, 2 to 5. 02d Thirteenth
street northwest. .
lrospiotive Fiiti.e.-ln-Lnw and Sott-iii-Lnvc
After Each Othor.
A trasredy was near being committed
yesterday afternoon at Garfield. Robe.t
Buchanan, t.ulured, an aged due-inn t-d
soldier, was the intended victim Samuel
Burr, a young driver, was the assailant,
and he is now locked up at the Firth
precinct station, charged with assault with
intent to kill and carrying concealed weap
ons. Buchanan hnsn prcttymulatto daughter,
only eighteen yearb old, and she is the
avowed sweetheart of you'ifg Burr. The
latter is not liked by the girl's father,
however, and more than once Buchanan
has remonstrated with both the girl and
hci sw.'iln because of his fiequent visits.
Yeste'day Brown spent some time with
the girl and shortly artcr I o'clock the
old man ordered him away. Burr w,nt
out, hut returned, to find the house locked
He cursed and demand edrajlmiftancc5. Be
ing reiuscd he broke In the door and draw
ing a revolver ninild'fbr 'Ifls'picspectiva
fatner-ln-law. He had just .got the re
volver barrel at Bucknuaifs head when
Reuben Giles, a colored xhun, rushed in
and knocked up the hand holding the
pistol. Several people gathered and put
the young man out.
B'fhanan meantime secured his musket
and vowed he would kill Burr. A larpjq,
crovd gathered and it-was with difficulty
that the two men were kept apart. Some
one went "orthepoliceandSergt. Anderson
and Pnvate Stevens responded. They ar
rested Burr and locked him up at the Ana
cosMa station. He was later transferred
to the Fifth precinct station.
Humored Opportunity-'Opened for
tlie Southern Railway'.
The report has heretofore been published
in Th Times that J. Pierpvut Moigau was
interested in the deal Involving the sale
of the Eckington and Soldiers' Home Rail
way and the Halt Line. It is said that
wlille not a member or the purchasing syn
dicate le is in the background with ihe
sinews ot war and impiovcp'tent.
The basis or the report is Mr. Morgan's
interest ic the Southern Railway. The
conjecture is that the new acquisition may
eventually be used to give the Southern Rail
way an outlet or its o v, u to Baltimore.
Fell Iletiveen tile Cars.
William Ezra, of No. 1G29 Sixth street,
lmardcd a cable car at Seventh street and
New York avenue last night and after
the train had sturted north he attempted
to pass from the grip car to the one fol
lowing and fell between the two. He
was dragged along for tome distance
until the train was stopped, when he was
hauled out by Policeman Money and tho
conductor, assisted by several citizens. He.
was considerably bruised, but It Is thought
that his injuries are not serious. Be was
removed to his home.
Loeb & Co. s Ready-to- Wear and Custom Clothing.
Ready for Your
Or your winter Suit? Yesterday we received quite a
full line of elegant quality Overcoats in Mello?is and
other popular cloths, that were made to retail at $io
and $12. They are excellently made and lined.
Befo7'e we put themjnto regular stock
we offer them for one,, day at $7.50 to
introduce the line. -We guara7iiee color,
wear and fit as zvell as linings. But
it's only for today
line of what other dealers call $10 and
I2 suits at $7.50. They are the
latest i?i pattern and cut, made espe
ciallyor otcr fine trade
Just so of All-worsted $5 Trousers ta $2.85 as
a Saturday special. Come quick.
9(0 F Street.
French-Canadian. Carpenter Mnr
derediuIlis Bed.
Wife Bet my. Tom ParMow and De
clares He Committed the Mui
der He-Snys She Assisted. .
Montreal, Nov. 2G. A murder In some
points strongly resembling the Gulden
siippc case, lor which Thorn is now under
going ills trial, was committed here a few
lays ago. The facts haye just beeu brought
to light by the cthffcssfm of the murder
ers. t
Isadora Tolerler, a respectable French
Canadian carpenter, living at St. Canut.
a small place near this city, was found
dead In hif. bed ou Sunday morning with
his thront cut fronfear to ear and a bloody
knit- lying beside hitij. . J
It was first fiunposedtnat, tho man had
committed suicide, but evidences of a
scuffle, which weresijliseriueiiUy found,
clearly pointed to murder. Suspicion rested
upon Sam Parbio-v$a?resrflent of the place,
"Who. it was known. liadJong been intimate
with Mrs. Poierler. Detective McCas
kill was pat on ie csfse, and as a re
sult of his investigations, he ordered the
arrest of both Parblow and Mrs. Poierier
The latter v." hen she saw sue was In
danger, confessed and laid M'e whole blniiit
ou the niun. Pan-low, she snhi, had fre
quently urged her to kill her husband, and
about a month ago had gone to Montreal
and purchased a revolver, but she object
ed to the use or the weapon as it .vould
make too much noite. About a week ago
Par Mow took the butcher kite with widen
the nidtder was committed and sharpened
It. She advii-cd her lover, she said, not to
murder her husband, a he would be
caught. On Ihe day or the murder she left
horns, and although nothing had passed
Letwcen her and Parblow on the subject
she relt convinced that the murder was
about to be committed.
On the way tack from her father's
house, the morning after bhe met her
lover, his words were: "I have done it.
This was the first she knew that her
husband had been murdered.
On returning to her "home, Mrs. Poierlei
tried the front door, in order to carry
out their scheme of pretended ignorance,
and then went to church. Parslow was
very angry -when he heard that the woman
had laid the whole blame upon him, and
he told a different story. Mrs. Poierier, he
said, was always after him to kill her
husband- He had put her off. but she
said her hnsbind was gettlug unbear
able and it had to le done.
Accordinu to his Btory, both, he and Mrs.
Poierier went into the room on Sunday
where her husband was lying on the bed
asli-ep. The knife wan upon the bureau
The man lay crosswise on ,the bed in the
same position in which he was afterwards
found. He was asleep, and the entrance
of the two did not disturb him in the least.
Parslow sat down upon the bed betweeu
Poierier and theheadboard, while the woman
took up a position on the other bide cf the
slumbering man.
"Kill him," said the woman, according
to Parslow, and under her breath. The
man then v-ent quickly over, got the knife,
and struck Poleiier in the throat. This,
the nr.irderer nays, was all he remembered,
for "evervthiug after that was all blood,
blood " The first stroke of the knife w.jke
Poiciler, and then Parslow struck at hin.
again with the murderoufc weapon. I'oier
ier grabbed the. knire nytfye. blade and
gained hUs Xet. Then dime stroke aftei
'sUbke-' and finally hei -was oVercomei1 '
Poierier was then piacea in me same
position in whlchthe" hAd peeii originally
lving, the knif was placed beside him,
to give countenance to the suicide theory,
and the imirdercrleft. t .Itls believed thir
the story of Parslow 1b the true one.
Seventh Aniinnl Gathering: of the
District Body.
The Seventh Annual Convention of the
Ep worth Leagucor the District of Columbia
opened last evening with u grand rally
at Hamline M. E, Church. The exerci.es
consisted ot a song, serv.ice led by Mr.
William J. Palmer, devotional servicer con
ducted by the Rev. Luther P.. Wilson, D D.,
presiding elder or the Baltimore confer
ence; addresses by the Rev. W. L. Mc
Dowell, of Baltimore, and Rev. Lurien
Clark, D. D., of Foundry Church.
The business sessions of the conference
will begin this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock
and continue, with short Intermissions, un
til 9 p. m
Alter the meeting the delegates were
entertained in the lecture room of the
church by the Jadies of the social work de
partment of HauiUne Chapter of the League.
Itefre.shuiPiitB were served by Mls&es Ida
O'Neal, Irene Banes, Clara Crow. Jennie
Terry, Battle Stotes, Bessie Yost, Laura
Dtlan, Bertha Houzcr, Celia Mayse, Hattle
Dalton, Mrs. Daltou. Mrs. Polkinhoni and
Terraline will quickly cure that football
cough or cold.
SUITS we offer- a-splendid
Successors rto Lojeb & Hirdh.
-. - fc
NOVEMBER 27, 1897.
Beat this
for $3!
Cannot be done ! Because
we're makers of it put just
as much stj-le in them just
as much care in the making-
as we put in our finest
Madejqr an elegant grade
of black calf in the me
diunrkoe (style 300) and in
"Madison" toe" (5tyle 310)
like the cut above have
kangaroo calf tops. If we
weren't sure it is the best $3
shoe on earth we wouldn't
sell it for a moment. Right
weig-ht for. business wear.
1ST. Hess' Sons,
931 Pa.
Alleged Mysterious Disappearance
of SenatuT-ThuTston's Nephew.
flns After nn Indian Agency, But
"Was Told Ie Would Not
lie Appointed.
Mr. M. Golden, a politician ot Oklahoma,
a nephew or Senator Thurston, of Ne
braska, and a personal friend ot Senator
Quay, of Pennsylvania, is said to have
mysteriously disappeared fiom Washing
ton, where he has been for some time en
deavoring to secure the appointment of
agent to the Osage Indians.
The missing man was strongly backed
by both these 'Senators for the position,
but theie seemed other and stronger In
flueiice which kept him from securing the
place he coveted. He had other strong
influence, but notwithstanding this it is
alleged that he had been plainly told by
the Interior Department that he would
not receive the appointment because ot
the fact that to'odse'itops charges had been
lodged against him and found to be
true. if
The first intimation received here that
Golden had disappeared was through the
inquiry sent by f his business partner at
Guthrie yesterday. The day before Golden
had Jj-nt him the following telegram-.
"I leave here today for where 1 don't
Know. I have squandered $8,000 trying
itij'gq' ar place add have been deceived. 1
cannot, faoe my creditors. Send my family
to Omaha.''
No one could be found lat night who
knew where Golden liad been utopping,
though many have seen him about town for
several months past. He frequently called
at the Interior Department, the Indian Of
fice, and aiso aXAtte White House, though
when Secretary, Pnrtcr.was saen Ust night
he said that he-fiad not heard of Goldcn's
disappearance. He had seen him at the
White House frequently, but did not believe
that he ever had an interview with the
It Is believed that Golden had about
given up hopes of securing the agency,
though his statement that he had spent
$8,000 is not credited by anyone who
met him here In "Wu'shimngton. They do
not believe that he had that amount ot
money with him or anywhere to his credit,
and certain it Is that he did not spend that
amounf of money In riotous living, was nut
known ao a lavish spender und could not
have reasonably disposed of the money, ex
cept in reckles investments or upon the
races, and as he was not known to in
dulge in any ot these expensive luxuries
it is thought that the S6.000 Is wildly
There are also those who believe that
Golden Is still in Washington and that
the alleged telegram is merely a ruse 111
order to enable him to carry out tome
plan or schemei which he may have In
Count Chnnninir Livingston Has a
NYirrow Escnpe.
New York, Nov. 26.-Count dimming M.
Livingston 9 us fjund unconscious in his
room at No. 107 East Fifteenth street,
thi6 morning, suffering from the inhalation
of illuminating gas. The gas was es
caping from a wide-open burner.
The count (ns lived in the house, which
Is kept by Mrs. Hampf, for the past three
years, and ls.said to be a man of wealth.
The ether boarders in the house say he
is heir tea large estateln England. Mrs.
Hampf said this morning that the ,uut
WPS out late last night. The doctors say
that he will probnbly recover.
Heart Heme in 30 Siinutts
after momentarily expecting for years
that death might snap the vital cordatany
minute. This is the story thousnnds could
tell and have told of the almost Divine
formula, Dr, Agnew's Cure for the Heart.
Every day icfironlcies the taking away or
many who have no t heeded nature's warn
ings that thlfhe'arfc was tired out andneeded
the helping that this wonderful cure gives.
Heart disorders h re insidious. Don't tririe.
This great remedy attacks the disease In
stantly. Sold, 'by F. S. Williams, 9th and
F sts.; Edmonds & Williams, 3d and Ta.
ave. 41.
FORfc, RENT The most desirable 5-room
riaT in the city: new building; onlv
$15 per month; 207 R st. nw. GEORGE
E. EMMONS & CO., 1416 F st. nw.
WANTED -Flat; unfur.; small; good heat;
central; cheap; 6tate price; two adults
and child. Address AGRIL, this office.
FORIiEST Fiatof4roonis;communlcating;
modern conveniences. 100b 14tn st.
nw. no27-3t
FOR .RENT Sanitary Flats Tor white
tenants only; Bates St., between P and
Q, N. Capitol and 1st sts. nw.; 3-4 rooms:
baths; cellar; separate entrance and yards;
modern lmDroveraents; price, $10 to $12.50;
IMPROVEMENT lu otnee iai o st.
nw. 8-9 a.m 12-1:30.4-7 p.m. Do24-3tem
gAKAYJS'l i. o. i:iVA JlOtrtJK.
In French, German and Italian,
lor the first time iu many years, Rossini's
Mines. Melba, Van Cauteren, MM. Sallg
nac, Campanarl, Carbone, Bouilour
esque, Viviani.
Mines. Gadski. Staudigl; MM. Kraus, Fisch
er, Bispham, Staudigl.
Bizet's CARMEN.
Mines. Seygard, Gadski, Toronta, Matt
feld; MM. Salignac, Campanarl. Bou
douresque. Rains. Vanni, siehmann.
Gounod' FAL'JsT.
Conductors..Mr.Damroschand Mr. Dimbonl
New York symphony Orchestra; full chorus;
complete sceneries and costumes.
Subscription sale opens Wednesday, De
cember 1, at the box otrice.
Hteluway Pianos used. Edw. F. Droop
& Sous, Agents. lt-em
MATINEE TODAY, 25c and 50c.
Last times or HOST'S
Next Week Seats now selling,
When London Sleeps.
New National Theater.
MATINEE TODAY, 25c, 50c and 75c.
Next Week Hanlon's New
KERKAN & RIFE, Managers.
Thanksgiving Week Xtra Mat. 'lnurMlay.
Regular Matinees Wednesday and Saturday
The Successful Success of all Seccesies,
The New 1'ork .lournal'a Original Pro
duction, McFADDEN'S
Direct from the Grand Opera House, New
York City. The f unnieslfarce seen in years
40 Popl in the Cast, all Artists 40
You Laugh But Ojice-That's All the Time
Next Week-"1UWN IN DIXIE."
LAFAYETTE, tonight at 8.
in EL
Next Week-"THE GEISHA."
PilT nVlRIA F- R- & - S. Metzerott, Mgrs.
ucuuilium Nixon At Zimmerman, Directors.
Supported by a Dramatic Company of great
Excellence, Presenting ins Comedy-Drama,
Next Week CliUb. FroMuiauS Com
pany in Joseph Artliui's "THE SALT
Washington Concert Band.
Mrs. Hattie Meads Smith', Soprano Solo
ist. Messrs. Thierbach and Hainer, In
strumental Soloists.
A Popular Program at Popular Prices.
25c. 50c, 75c. Seats now selling.
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday (Thanksgiv
ing) and Saturday.
And the Famous
5 Barrison listers 5
Next Week-Rellly & Wood's Big Show.
Every Night at 8.
High-class Family Vaudeville.
The Melodrama, "THE BLACK FLAG."
Prices: 10, 20, 30 cts. Mac: 10, 20 cts.
Should he read daily, as chansrea may
occur at any time.
FOREIGN MA.ILS are forwarded to the
ports of sailing daily, and tne schedule
or closings is arranged on the presumption
of their uninterrupted overland transit.
For the week ending November 27, 1S97,
the last connecting closes are made at
this office as follows:
Transatlantic Mails.
.steamers sailing from New York on Tues
days take printed matter, etc, Tor Ger
many, and specially addressed printed mat
ter, etc., Tor other parts of Europe.
The American and White Star steamers
sailing from New York on Wednesdays, the
German steamers on Thursdays, and the
Cunard, German and French steamers on
Saturdays, take printed matter, etc, for
all countries tor which they are advertised
to carry malls.
flails for South and Central Amer
ica. West Indies. Etc.
SATURDAY (d) At 6:23 a. m., for Ja
maica, per s. s. Ardandhu, from New
York, td) At 12:05 p. m., for
St. Pierre-Miquelon, per s. s. from North
Sydney, (b) At 2:35 p.m. for Newfoundland
per steamer from North Sydney.
Mails ror Newrouuuland, by rail to Hali
fax and thence via steamer, close here
daily, except Sunday, at 12:05 a. m.
and on Sundays only at 11:35 a. m.td)
Mans ror Aiiqueiou, Dyraii to Boston
and thence via steamer, close here daily
at 3:20 p. m.(a)
Mans lor Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa,
Fla., and thence via steamer to Havana,
sailing Mondays and Thursdays, close here
dally at 3:00 p. m.
Mails ror Mexico, overland (except those
for Campeche, Chiapas. Taliasco.and Yuca
tan, which, after the. Wednesday over
laud close, will be forwarded via New
York up to and including the 10:55 p.m.
closing Friday), close here daily at 7:10
a. m. (d)
Transpacific Mails.
Mails for Hawaii, per s. s. Australia, from
San Francisco, close here daily up to 0:30
p. lit November 2-1. (d)
Mails for the Society Islands, per ship
Galilee, from San Francisco, close here
daily up to 0.30 p. m., November 24.(d)
Mails for China and Japan, specially ad
dressed only, per s. s. Empress or China,
from Vancouver, close here dally up to
C.30 p. in., November 29. (d)
Mails ror China and Japan, per s. s
Gaelic, from San Francisco, close here
dally up to December l,at 0:30 p. m.(d
Malls for Australia texcepc those for
West Australia, which are forwarded via
Europe), Nev Zealand, Bawall, FIJI and
Samoan Islands, per s. s. Mariposa, rrom
San Francisco, close here dally up to 6.30
p. m. December 3.(d)
Malls Tor Australia (except West Aus
tralia , New Zealand. Hawaii, and Fiji
Islands, pers. s. Aorangi, rrom .Vancouver,
close here dally alter December 3, up to
6:30 p. is., December 6. (d'
Mails for China and Japan, per s. s.
Tacoma, rrom Tacoma, close here daily
up to December 12, at 6:30 p. m.(d)
(a Registered mails close at 10 a.m.
same day.
(b'Reglstered mails close at 1 p. m.
same day.
tc'Reglstered malls close here at 6 p.m.
same uay
td'Reirlstered mails close
jpreviouB day .
(u'Rcglstered mails close at 1 p. n
Tuesdays and Saturdaya.
J AME P. W1LLETT. Postmaster.
GOOD TABLE BOARD for one or two gen
tlemen In small, orivate family. 1013
O st. nw. no2G-3t-em
?' All-wool, Heavy
q weight Suits made
to order Latest de
g5 signs, strictly first
0 class.
8 505 7th St. N. W.
The "3 Days" Cure
(ror men) leads all remedies In thi, city;
a prompt and permanent cure or no chargelr
consultation free. DR. McKfc.EHA., 716
J.-111 st. nw.
no2.11 mo
. "Englaud'a
society adviser." N. Y.,
Graduate Royal College of Palmistry awl
Occult Science, London, England.. Life
readings on all arrair dailv. iu a. m. o
8 p. in. Fee, S3. Studio, 500 12th st-nw.
no27-Gt -,
YOUNG MAN desires the acquaintance et
VOlinir l.'KIv: nhiprr, nle.th.irt Ai!clrua
c. iu. xi., tins office.
DR. GRAVS Pain Cure Ointment; caws
corns, bunions and all other aches and
fialns: sample free. Call afternoon, 125
nd. ave. nw., agents want-d-
DON'T fall to visit Madaiie -Aiviah: te.'la
life from cradle to grave, gives good,
luck, fee 2rc and Ct c lb Hi. nw. IC
Cor. 12th
I and F Sts. 1
Treats sucresrullv all diseases or the
Nose, Throat, Lungo Heart, Nt-s.
.brain, moon, bKin, etomacu. aiu
nes. Bladder. N gnt Looses. Sexual
veaKness. sn i -lb ami an special
diseases of either Sex. Stricture,
Varicocele and Hydrocele cured for
lire wunout operation, iso pain.
No loss of time.
i 3? Dr. Youni; employ no sub-
hittuu'P. rmt bees en en patient
Consultation INiPSiB Free
Coers treatment and Medicines.
Hours 10 to 12 and 3 to I caily.
Sunday, 11 to 12 no23-tf
Your Destiny Foretold by
Hi onl
The Great Clairvoyant and Palmist.
Why remain In doubt about the outcome
01 importaut affairs of your life? Consult;
this gifted Woman. She can give you the
information you are seeking. All your
washes and desires can be accomplished.
Bad and evil Influences removed. Full
names given. Charges. 50c and $1, 1303
U et. nw. Eoll-24t-em
"When Others Tail, Consult
ine most able and successful Specialist
In the treatment of all Nervous. Chronic.
COMPLETE outfit of mouern appliance,
X-RAY; Static, Faradic and Ualvanlc Elec
tricity enables him to treat with success. 9
peciallyin Catarrh, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia.
Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Sexual Weak
ness. Stricture, Hetnorrltoids, Syphilis and
Diseases of Women, free consultation from
y to 0. tsiy Pa. ave. nw., Washington,
l. V. nolO-ti
If you are ruptured, you should have &
properly adjusted truss. One that will
retain the hernia, and yet be comfortaWe.
Our more than twenty years' experience ia1
fitting, enables us to lv satisfaction.
All trusses guaranteed.
Abdominal supporters, Elastic
Hosiery, Suspensorio, Etc
Washington Surgical Instrument House,
110S F street K. W.
nol-l-3mo I
araiE. theo.
Medium and card reader; Washington's
most ramous clairvoyant and palmist: con
sult her on business, love and family af
fairs; reunites the separated; removes
speils. caut.es speedy nminuges, and give
good luck; open dallv. German spoken; 25c.
and 30c 929 H st. nw. no21-146
DuEds? SUITS lor hue at Garner's. 7th
and H sts. DOl6-t
Dr. Leatherman,
EXPERT SPECIALIST. (25 years' ex
perience.) AH private diseases, quickly and.
permanently cured. SYPHILIS positively
cured m any stage. Consultation free.
Hours, 0 to 12, 2 to 5. Tues.t
Thurs. and Sat. evening, 7 to 8.
No. 002 F st. n-w. Closed Sunday.
ftlrs. DR. REISER,
In obstetrics, gold medal awarded, for the
tclence ot obstetrics from rhe University
of Munich, Bavaria; treats successfully
Woman's complaints and irregularities; pri
vate 6&nltarium for lathes before and dur
ing confinement- Offii-e hajrs fr:u ti a.
m. to 6 p. m.. No. 619 Pa. ave. nw. ae3-tf
uuu xr street .sorttiweu
Uold fllilnga and bridge work a ap
daily, at the lowest mice: amalgam ml-
legs, BOc; full aela ot tcetn cu plutea. $5;"
extracting, either by gax or local spray.;
absolutely painless, 60c; without, 2c; ail
Work done Dy experts, aud guaranteed taa
beat; open on Bundays from 10 to 3
o'clocic. nib22 tf
1102 New York ave., llltli and I uw.j;
circles,, Tuesday and Friday evenings; in
terviews daily; Sunday evening meetings,
Typocriphical Hall, 425 G st. nw.
PRIVATE SNAP For men; sure cure; sale
by all druggists; 50 cents. nolU-lm-etn
THEY'RE GOING like hot cakes; you'll
need a first-class custom-made suit, or
overcoat; just a little worn; and well
sell you one at a figure that will maka
us friends forever. JUSTH&OLD STAND.
019 D st. nw. no23-7t
LA RAU, medium; tells past and
present; gives luck,
walk upstab-B;
1223 1-2 F st. nw.;
fojorfolk & yyashington
Steamboat Co.
. Every day in the ye j for Fortxeid
. Monroe, Norfolk, Newport NeT" and '
. all points South by the superb, pow-
. erful steel palace steamers, New-
port News," "Norfolk" and "Waah-
- fngton," on the following schedule:
Leave Washington 7:00 p. m.
Leava Alexandria 7:20 p. co.
Arnve Fort Monroe 6:30 a. in.
Arrive Norfolk 7:20 a. m.
Arrive Portsmouth 8:00 &. m.-
Leave Portsmouth 5:50 p. m.
Leave Norfolk .........6:10 p.m.
Leave Fort Monroe 7:20p.m.
Arrive Alexandria 6:00 a.m.
Arnvo Washington 6.20 a.m.
Visitors to Charaberltn's new hotel
"The Hygeia" and Virginia Beads .
-will find this the most attractive.
. routclnsurlnu a comfortable night's
Large and luxurious rooms heated
by steam and fitted throughout with
electric lights. Dining-room service la
a la carte, and is supplied from tha
- best that the markets or Washington
and Norfolk afford.
- Tickets ou sale at U. S Express
office, 817 Pennsylvania avenue; 513
619, 1421 Pennsylvania avenue. B.
. &. O. ticket office, corner 15th atreat
and New York avenue, and on board
steamers, where time table, map, etc.
can also be bad.
Any other information desired:
be turnlRbed on application to the us-
derslgned at the company's wbarf,
foot of 7lb at., Washington, D C
Telephone No 750. t
JNO. CALLAHAN. General Manages, j
FOR BENT-Tlat 1425 R st. nw.; 3 unfur.
rooms: light and heat; 1 fur. room on 1st
floor. Jv" " no23-7t
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