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THE TIMES, WASHINGTON, ArUEDAY, FEBRCTAllY 12, 0898. 6 -& 'i?-W NEWS ALEXANDRIA Verdict Rendered iii Favor of tlie Sourhern Railway Coinpaii'. Visits From -Washington Catholic Clei-Kyrnii Lfc'Ctrlc Car Dam- agt-d by Striking: a Cow. Alexandria, Va., Feb. 11. In the cor poration comt today in the case of C. "W. O'Meara against the Southern rtail way Company a verdict was rendered In favor of the defendant. Mr. O'Meara was injured on the 22J of August, 1SU7, while at work in the company's shops in this city, v.hich iesulted in the loss of his right aim, and brought suit for ?10,000 damages. At the January term of the court the company demurred to the declaration filed by the plaintiff, and claimed that the foreman, who gave O'Meara the order which resulted in liis injuries, was a fellow-servant, and that no recovery could be had against the defendant Judge Norton overruled the demurrer, and quoted from the latest decisions at that time of the supreme court. At the trial to day O'Meara's counsel tiled an amend ed declaration, to winch the defendant company demurred, and cited recent decisions of the court of appeals bear ing: on the case. After hearing argu ment and examining the decision re ferred to. Judge Norton decided in fa vor of the company. An appeal was noted, and the case will be taken to the supreme court. Messrs. James It. Ca ton and R. "Walton Moore represented Mr. O'Meara and Messrs. Eppa Hun ton, jr., and Leonard Marbury appear ed for the Southern Railway Company. Richard Burnett was arrested to-day, charged -with shooting at Arthur Man-kin- Burnett did not deny the charge, but claimed that Mankin had attempt ed to assault him with a brick, when he shot, without any intention of in juring Mankin. Rev. Berryman Green, of Christ Church, this city, has declined the re quest made by the trustees of the Epis copal Theological Seminary, near this city, to instruct the classes at that in stitution, now under Rev. Br. G ram mer, who has accepted the rectorship of Christ Church, Norfolk. Va. The board of trustees of the seminary have selected Rev. "William Meade Clarke, pastor of St. James Church. Richmond, to the chair of church history, and Dr. Macon, professor in the Theological Seminary of Philadelphia, to the chair of systematic divinity. It is understood that Mr. Clarke has not decided to ac cept the position. Mr. llailow, president of the Business Men's league, will endeavor to get a delegation of citizens to go to "Wash ington on Monday and appear before the Congressional Commerce Commit tee and urge the necessity of action looking to the improvement of the Po tomac River at the Kettle Bottoms. The delegation will also enter a protest against Secretary Gage's suggestion that the Washington and Alexandria customs districts be consolidated. The Mercantile Railway Building and Loan Association last night loaned ?10,200. An electric car on the Mt. Veinon Railway struck a cow at New Alex andria, today, and the fender of the car was badly damaged. "Sharps and Flats" have decided to produce "Patience." The ent rtainment will be given In May. Razier Campbell, colored, who was arrested last night, charged with dis orderly conduct, was dismissed ay :J'o mayor today. Miss Jeanelte Smith, of Washing! v.i, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Hales, on Duke street. Mgr. Sbaretti and Rev. F. Bonafaeia. O. S. F., members or the apostolic dele gation, with Rev. Father Gillespie, S. J., of Gonzaga College, and Rev. M. Sea n ton, S. .1., of Trinity Church, Wash ington, and Father Walsh, of Washing ton, were guests of Rev. II. J. Cutler, in tills city yesterday. A slight fire occurred at the residence of Mr. ii. A. Lacy, on South Washing ton street, laa night. Miy. Lacy nar rowly etcaped being seriously burned. VIIMINIA ST ATI. N13WS. Mr. Rosewell Page has been elected president of the Richmond Bar Asso ciation. A petition is being circulated in Lex ington praying that the voters be per mitted to pass on the question of local option. Capt. Hezekiah Wright, a veteran Southern Railway conductor, is dead at Richmond as a result of a fall. The county school board of Albe marle has appropriated $100 towards securing the next session of the School of Methods for Charlottesville. The Richmond city Democratic com mittee on Wednesday night decided by a vole of It to 1- to call a primary elec tion for March 13 to nominate city offi cers and councilmen. Hazel Parker, aged four years, was on Tuesday left alone at home by her parents, who lvside in Portsmouth. As she was playing near a hot stove she was burned fatally. The people of Onancock have tender ed a complimentary dinner to Prof. Frank P. Bent previous to his depart ure for Richmond, where he will be lo cated as assistant superintendent of public instruction. Gov. Tyler has announced his inten tion to consider no more applications for pardon until the legislature ad journs. His time is fully occupied in examining bills passed and in attend ing to other duties that cannot be put off. The good prices obtained for apples jast season have stimulated the farm ers of Albemarle to a larger cultivation of apples and other fruits, and a large acreage will be devoted to new or chards. The pippin and th-e winesap are the favorite varieties to be planted. The Slate senate has, after cutting down the appropriation from $150,000 to 5100,000, ordered to its engrossment the bill providing for enlarging the cell ac commodations of the penitentiary. The money is to come out of future earn ings of the prison. Syre. aged five, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Barrett, fell from the roof of an outhouse in his father's yard in New port News yesterday and died from the effects of the fall. The boy struck on his head. Arthur Goodman was sent to the srand jury in Henry county on the charge of killing his four-year-old daughter. On January 22 he whipped the child so violently that she died nine hours afterwards. Uasketbull Gntne Tonight. The Washington Light Infantry and Company C. First Battalion, basketball teams will line-up tonight in the In fantry Armory for a championship game in the District League series. An, un usual amount of interest is being shown in the game. Ladies will b? admitted free, and an informal hop will follow the game, which begins at 5 o'clock. Iinniisrrnnt Inspector Examination. The Civil Service Commission will, on March 21, hold an exami nation to fill a vacancy in the position of immigrant Inspector at the port of Marquette, Mich. Only legal residents ff Marquette .or of that vicinity are eligible to this examination, which will consist of a. light educational test, to gether with practical questions relating to Immigration Jaws. Helping the Doctors. To Educate the People Hundreds of Prominent Men and Women Throughout the Country Assisting the Medical Profession In Their Efforts to Teach the Public the Only Tiue Method of Treat ing rHoenues of the Air Pas sages and Lungs. Among ihe many thousands of treat ments and remedies introduced to the public during the past ten years, the new method of curing diseases of the air passages stands as the FIRST and ONLT one ever Indorsed by the regular medical profession. This alone should be conclusive evidence of its value to educated and scientific men; hut when you add to this the startling fact that hundreds of the most prominent men and women in religious, literary and so cial circles throughout the country have banded themselves together solelv for the purpose of encouraging the use of this new remedy and treatment and that this society now numbers over 22,000 persons, then the general public should begin to understand the vast impor tance of this new discovery which cures Catairh, Bronchitis, Asthma, Coughs. Colds and Consumption without the aid of stomach medicines or the use of sprays, douches and atomizers, curing them by nature's own remedy, given in the enly vehicle (Ihe air) which nature permits to enter the bronchial lubes and lungs. "HYOMEI" CURES BY INHALATION "Hvomei" Outfit. $1.00. Extra bottles. 50c. "Ilyomei" Balm (a wonderful healer), 23c. Sold by all druggists or sent by mail. Send for the Slory of "Ilyomei." Mailed free. THE R. F BOOTH GO, 1604 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. Home Office. 23 E. 20th Street, New York City. it SHEDS HIS WHITE WINGS A Xew York Street Sweeper s Un exnectcil Promotion. He Is Made tile VJcnni'tmenlS Sec retary nt u Snlnry of Four Tliousund Dolluis a Year. New Voile, Feb. 11. From sweeping dirt and slush in New York streets, clad in the white canvas uniform of the street cleaning department, to a secretary's desk at $4,000 a year. That is the record of Joseph ITines, and the remarkable fact is that it all happened within three days. On Saturday evening last Hincs was struggling with a mud hank In the bor ough of the Bionx, where he wielded a broom with the energy born of a clear conscience. On Tuesday morning a good-looking young man In broadcloth, patent leather and a happy smile took his place behind a big desk in the olllce of Mr. McCartney, the commissioner of street cleaning, and prepared to re ceive visitors to the handsomely-furnished olllces in th New York Life Building. He was Joseph Hlnes, late street sweeper. Hines, at $4,000 a year, will now be able to look upon birds and cold bot tles, when last week, at ?1.30 a day, his gaze was restricted to the rye sand wich and a "high hat." He can live at the Waldorf-Astoria if lie chooses or he can remain in his modest home, at No. 739 Melrose ave nue, and have a smig ?um left at the end of the year. Secretary Hinps is a New York prod uct. He was bom here twenty-nine years ago, but he never expected to make the jump which landed him in the comfoi table berth Ire now occupies from the humble post of street cleaner. His ambitions last week were direct ed to securing a promotion to foreman. With this hope he went to sleep on Friday night, and Saturday he asked his inspector to recommend him for promotion. Later on Saturday lie was called be fore the commissioner, and Mr. Mc Cartney took a fancy to the young man who had been on the force for almost a year, sweeping away mud and snow, while he knew all about bookeeping and stenography. Hines was told to be at the office on Monday last, but not in the white can vas suit. John P. Yates, Col. Waring's secre tary, showed him the "ropes" of the office, and Hines quickly learned to tie and untie them himself. On Tuesday Mr." Yates stepped out and Mr. Hines stenped in. "What do I think of the change and how does it feel to sit at this big desk?" repeated Mr. Hines this morn ing. "Oh, it's simply great. You know, I used to be an office man until circum stances compelled me to get on the street cleaning force. "My promotion was a surprise to me. I asked to be made a foreman, and you see what I became. "No, I never knew Mr. McCartney before, although I live in his district in the Bronx borough." Hines's present income will do many things for him. With this salary of 54,000 a year Mr. Hines can live at the rate of $73 a week and still have a few dollars over for incidentals. This is more than the average citi zen gets for a month of hard work. His daily income is about the average man's weekly stipend, and he now makes in one hour leisurely what he used to labor all day for at the hard est kind of work. Mr. Hines is married and has a boy. He is unassuming and courteous, and What is Scott's Emul- lull : j It is the best cod-liver oil, (partly digested, and com bined with the hypophos phites and glycerine. What .will it do? It will make 'the pool" blood of the anaemic rkh and red. It will give nervous energy to the over worl&dj) rain and nerves. It will add flesh to the fjhiii form of a child, wasted from fat-starvation. It is everywhere acknowl edged as The Standard of :the World. 50c and f i.oo, 11 druggists. SCOTV 4 BOWNE, Chtroist. Ntw York. ' PARKER, BRIDGET & CO. Sale of Boys' $3.50 Suits, $2.00. To-day we place on sale the balance of a htrge line of boys' fine mixed cheviot double breasted and reefer suits, embracing sizes from 3 to 6 years only. The old nriePK wnrn $3.50 and S4. but on account of the Hue being broken, we shall close them all 1 out to-day at $2.00. Sale of Bovs' ! I $5 to $7 Suits, I $3.48. i One lot of boys' double-breasted reefer and Duplex English ami Scotch cheviot suits, in the popular brown and gray mixt ures, most all sizes from 3 to 16. The old prices were $5, $6 and $7. Your choice to-day, S3 48 Sale of Boys' Odd Pants. Two grades of boys' fine blue, black, brown and mixed cheviot odd pants double seats and knees our own regular stock but in small lots only so we've cut the prices to clear them out at once. , $1.00 Pants at 77c $1.25 Pants at 97c. Sale of Small Boys' Reefers. Four small lines of boys' handsome blue chinchilla reef ers for boys 3 to S years. ..The cutest little garments you've ev er seen have sailor collar are braid trimmed and aie other wise elegantly finished. 4 lots of them. $4 Reefers for $3. $5 Reefers for $4. $6 Reefers for $5. $7 Reefers for 6. I Parker, Bridget & Co., ! I Clothiers, 315 7th St. 44$$ They Stand the Test." Eclipse Bicycles, Fourteenth and II Strceti II It 1 " B a corps o. Wheel Fixing bsssj O the best equt Uy a corps of cx- wori:- by enutuDeil lepalrMioplntown. Te crj (lit. Ci JOKES &. FELLOWS. 513 PthSt feels not at all woiried by the respon sibility of his new position. CYCLING XOTES. Many wheelmen of experience who have tried the use of long cranks say they are pleased with the results. They are conducive to pleasure and their ad vantages are many. One rider, who has used 7-inch cranks, and S-lnch gear, says he has had splendid results and intends to go still higher. Many wheelwomen make a mistake in mounting a wheel. They either do so with difficulty owing to the interfer ence of their skirts or have the saddle too low to overcome this difficulty. Rid ing with the saddle too low becomes awkward, tiresome and injurious. The saddle should be high enough so that it can easily be reached by a. slight spring. The reduction in the price of this year's wheel is not caused by the abil ity of the manufacturers to produce the wheel at a. reduced expense, as many would suppose. On the contra ry, the cost of this year's wheel, ac cording to several well-known manu facturers. Is practically the same as In former years. Of course, their expe riences have shown them Where money could be saved in certain instances, while In others it has been found abso lutely necessary to expend greater amounts of money In order to be up to date, so that, taken all in all, there is little or no difference in the total ex pense incurred. The profits on machines this year will, therefore, be very small in. comparison to those of years gone by. when there seemed to be nothing but money in the bicycle business. PUGILISTIC POINTEHS. .Teff Thorne, of England, is to meet Harry Fisher in a twenty-round bout at 150 pounds before the AVaverly A. C, of Yonkers. Sporting men whose word carries with it anything of authority are all agreed that Peter Maker has every technical right to claim the heavy-weight cham pionship if McCoy does not accept his challenge, with which $5,000 is up, with in six weeks, because all precedent makes a challenge, accompanied, by a reasonable amount of money, some thing worthy of a reply, be it an ac ceptance or a surrender. Jimmy Kelly, who trained Dick O'Brien and Eddie Connolly for their contests with Dick Burge in England, received a letter from. Burge stating tha't he intends to engage in one more contest before he gives up the fighting busines for good, and that if Kelly can arrange a twenty-round bout for him with Kid Lavinge, to be decided before one of the clubs in this country, he will visit these shores1. Bob Fitzsimmons will make a mistake if he ever goes to Louieville, Ky., for there is a crank in that city who threat ens to shoot him. This fellow lost sev eral hundred dollars on Corbett when the latter was defeated by Lanky Bob, and as Fitzsimmons refused to give Cor bett another fight after numerous chal lenges, it made the crank so angry that he has decided to get square with Fitz simmons for his losses by filling Lanky Bob full of lead. BASEBALL SMALL TALK. Next season will mark the seventh year of Jesse Burke tt's engagement with the Cleveland club. Some cranks think that "Jo" Mee-ktn-'s work in the box will soon tell on him. He has been pitching high-class ball season after season for quite a long time, and this is given as a reason for their fears. Of the twenty league stars who encir cled the globe on a baseball tour in 1888 only three remain in harness. They are Jimmy Ryan, of the- Chicagcs; Tom Brown, of the "yVasliiiigtons, and Tom Daly, of the Milwaukee team. Ed Will iamson, Mart Sullivan, Ed Crane and Jimmy Fogarty are dead. John Turner is a business man in Pittsburg; Mark Baldwin is a doctor; "Long John" Healy a policeman; Johnny Ward a lawyer: Fred Pfeffer a business man in Chicago, and Anson has retired. Ha lon is manager of the Baltimores, Man ning of the Kansas Citys and Tom Brown of the Washingtons. FAVORITES IN THE REAR. Otie Only Out oflSii'Captuiedrurses at Key OjicniiB. New Orleans, eb' ll.One favorite out of six won to-day and the books won heavily; TgnrMageo, who trains for Green Morris", started Albert S. in the fourth race. iTlie;horse was enter ed for $400 and JinisThed third. Laird, who finished in the nick with Pearson, claimed Albert S., getting him for $57G. Infiammator, at 50 to 1, and Jamboree, at 10 to 1, were popular victories. Sum maries: First race Six furlongs. Eton Jack et, 1 to 2, won; Treopla, second; Rob inson, third. Time, 1:18. Second race Seven furlongs. Buck saw, 6 to 1, won; Gllray, second; Lou Ann, third. Time, 1:34. Third race Mile and twenty yards. A. B. C, 3 tol, won: Bob Milllcan, sec ond; L. W., third. Time, 1:40. Fourth race Six and a, half furlongs. Grayling, 10 to 1, won; Wells Street, second; Albert S., third. Time, 1:25. Fifth race Mile and a sixteenth. In fiammator, GO to 1, won; Bob Clampet, second; Yun "Kirkman, third. Time, 1:55. Sixth race Seven furlongs. Jambo ree, 10 to 1, won; Headlight, second; Imported Wolsey, third. Time, 1:33. GUS RYAN IN TROUBLE. The Indiana Trick Cyclist Involved I in a F is lit. Gus Ryan, a wtll-known trick cyclist, who has been here this week with Jer mon's "Black Crook," became embroil ed in a street fight yesterday in front of tho theater. He was performing there when a party of boys arrived, and, in some way annoyed him. Ryan, who Im personates a countryman, in doing his work, threw his cycle, strllring a boy named E. A. llebard, and Inflicting slight Injuries. A general scrimmage ensued, in which no one was hurt. House employes stopped the trouble. AX AXTMIE'ITIXG BILL. It r motion Uy Prohibits Itnclng of Any Kind In Mnrylnml. Annapolis, Md., Feb. 11. A bill was introduced in the Senate to-day by Sen ator Westcott, prohibiting betting at any race track in Maryland. It practically prohibits racing of any kind, except for premiums at county fairs. A similar measure, applying only to Cecil county, where the so-called out law tracks have been nourishing, pass ed the Senate three days ago. WntiRli Looking for n FIh-. Billy (Duke) Waugh would like to make a match wjclii Tod Parker or George Winston, as a preliminary bout to the Arthur Jones-Billy Dixon fight. ZJ. t HOUSE TALK ALqXG THE LINE. Requital, the property of E. C. Cow din, was shipped EromJNew Orleans on Thursday to the McGrathiana farm at Lexington. The Wcodwardr & Shanklin auction sale was continued at? Lexington on Thursday. J. M Lewis, of Urbana, Ohio, got Dorscy, rjiejjood Egotist stal lion, for $1,075, the. top price. Ninetv six head brought J12.SC0, an average of neatly $134. """ As considerable objep tion had been made to five furlong races at the Sin gerly tiack on the- ground that the start was made on the turn, to avoid this the pole has been moved", and in the future the distance will be about five furlongs. This will give tho field a straightaway at the start. "Tod" Sloane was in the saddle on Thursday at Oakland for the first time since his return from England. He rode two races and both times was sec ond, being beaten by little "Long Shot" Conley. a colored boy from Chicago. In the fifth race Sloan rode Wawatona and Conley finished first on Our Cli mate, a 30-to-l shot. Sloan was up on May W., the hot favorite, in the last event, but this time Conley beat him on old Libertine. The croud was en thusiastic over little Conley. TO CUKE A COLD IX OXE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggets rerund the moncyifitfaib, tooure. 25c. The gen jlne lias L. B. Q. oneacli tablet. I have given Chamberlain's Couch Remedy a fair test and consider it one of the very best remedies for crouo that I have ever found. One dose has always been sufficient, although I use It freely. Any cold my children con tract yields very readily to this medi cine. I can conscientiously recom mend it for croup and colds in chil dren. George E. Wolff, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Fernandina. Fla. Sold bv Henrv Evans. Whnloi ra tail Druggist, 93S F street and Connec ticut avenue and S street northwest and 1428 Maryland avenue northeast. Valentines. J. Jay Gould. -121 9th st fa 11-tc Chloriduin Discovery for Consumption Cured Dr. McKim's daughter, 25 Fifth street soiuheast; Mrs. Laura llolderby, Slo M street northwest; Dr. Patterson, 52 B street northeast, and Mrs. Hughes! 43!) Seventh street southwest, all of Washington, D. C. AH pronounced hopeless consumptives by their physi cians. Also John Wallace Garett, a Baltimore policeman, 1427 Harvey street, Baltimore, Md., who was given up 'by his physicians as a hopeless case of con sumption; also Mrs. Bamber, 39 Wood berry avenue. Baltimore, Md., whose mother died of consumption. Mrs. Bam ber had a number" of .hemorrhages, but had none since taking Dr. Shade's treat ment. All are willing to be interviewed. Write for booklet, symp'tom blanks, etc., for "home" treatment to DR. SHADE. 1232 Fourteenth street. Washington, D. C. Consultation free on Monday, Wed nesday and Friday. ', fel2-2t CAT I IIP 1708 Burr's 1 Qc Bicycle Exnress. vrtL,L, ui U7U parcels and messages de livered, 10c. Hirins:. repairmc. clcaninir. etc. All orders called for and delivered without extra charge. K. It. BURR. 727 1;H1i St- X.W. FOjrjEiLtrrs. FOR SALE-lGth st. nw.. lot 75x54: 5 frames on property: rented for $50 per month: price. $11,000. HALL & JUS TICE, gi:j f bt; it FOR HIRE. FOR HIRE Horses, busies and ilavtonsT to drummers or business men, $1.50 nnd $2 per day. J. W. PRESTON'S 8TA BLES. 8th and I sts. nw. 'Phone 917-2. fell-9t-ent FOR HIRE Horse and wacon: and will drive the same for any light delivering. Apply E. S. F.. this office. fel0-3t-em DKE8S SUITS for hire ac GARNER'S. 7th" and H .Bts. nol6-tf FOR HIRE Full dress suits, $1 only. JULIUS COHEN, 1104 7th st. nw. nolO-tf-em FOR HIRE To drummers and business men, horse and buggy or dayton, $2 per flay, and speolal prices for pleasure driv ing. Apply to the REX STABLES, rear 615 Est. nw.; telephone call, 109. ap30-tf TRINTINO AND BOOKBINDING. Printing 500 cards, 75c; 500 envelopes, ?Cc.; 500 note heads, 75c; 500 state ments. 7Dc. , binding magazines, 50c; mlBoellanous books rebound. G. B. "WILLIAMS. G15 7th St. uw. foO-tf DR. SHADE'S EARNEST WOMEN Pe-ru-na keeps women healthy. It par ticularly helps those that help themselves. Who are the earnest women of America? Are they not the wives and mothers with responsibilities of household and family? Most of these women arc called upon con stantly to exert themselves to the extent of their physical powers. Many go beyond this. Health, disposition, beauty: all are sacrificed to household duties. It is useless to tell them that it is not right to neglect their health. Some of them seem to take a certain fierce kind of satisfaction in overworking themselves. They take no precaution and break down. The weary daily path of many women in the treadmill of household drudgery is truly pitiful, and seems hopeless unless they take an interest in keeping themselves strong and well. Woman's ills arc many. No woman is entirely free from suffering; but neglect and over-exertion bring on some lasting female trouble which announces itself every day, and sometimes every hour, by backache and abdominal pain. " ,.J nxrx jzes? 3 BHKS3 Jjjz&ypi r-Tf - -z " ' ' " cines before I tried Pe-ru-sa, but without success." Pe-ru-na drives out every catarrhal affection, and for forty years has stood without a successful rival in this wide field of medicine. Dr. Hartman's treatment is not mysterious. His book on women's diseases, called " Health and Beauty," explains the catarrhal origin of nearly all female complaints. This book is mailed to women only, on application. Its language is plain, its advice practical. All druggists sell Pe-ru-na. PE-RU-NA DRUG MANUFACTURING CO., COLUMBUS, O. LKGAI. XOTJCK. Filed Jan. JS, 1S08, J R. Young, Clerk. IN THE SUPttEME COURT OF THE DIS TRICT OF COLUMBIA, the L'Stli day or January, :898.-SUSlE G VAX HORN vs. CEORGi' W. H. VAX HORN. Xo. 16370, E(t. Docket. -13. On motion of the plaintiff, by Mr. W.E. Poulton, jr., her solicitor, it Is ordered that the defendant, Georjre W. H. Van Horn, cause liis appearance to be entered herein on or before the first rule-day occurring forty days after tills day: otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as in caseoC default. The object of this suit is to secure a di vorse from the bonds of inutrfiiiony with defendant. Ily the co irt: (Seal.) W. J. COX,. Justice, &c. True copy, Test: J. It. IOUNG, Clerk, Ac. By M. A CLANCY, Asst. Clerk. Jal"y,re5,12 ESTATE OF JEAN BAPTISTE GAUTRON, deceased. Vo. 7308. liocket -, Thomas E. Wagganidii, executor, has, with the aprroval of the supreme court of the Dis trict of Coliiinbiaj holainc a special term tor orphans' court business, appointed FRIDAY', FEBRUARY. 25, 1898, at 10 o'clock a. 111., as the time, and t-aid court as the place, for making paymentaud distribution under the court's direction, ami control; when and where all creditors and persons ntitled to distributive shares or legacies or a residue, arc notified to at tend in person or by agent or attorney duly authorised, with their claims against the estate poperly vouched; Provided, this order be published once in each of three successive w.'eks before sain day in tho Washington Law Reporter and The Wash ington Time. Signed January 2', 1898. J NOTA McGILL, Register of Wills. IRVING WILLIAMSON, Proctor. -ja2f,fc5,12 IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, the -1th day of February. 1898. GEORGE M. OYSTER. JK..r.etitioner.vs'EVAH.OYS TER, defendant. No. 18962. Dockets 43. On motion of the petitioner, by Mr. Joseph tjlullingion. his solicitor, it Is ordered that the defendant, Eva H. Oyster, cause her appearance to be entered herein on or before the first rule-dav. occurring forty days after this day: otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as in case of default. The object of this suit Is to obtain an absolute divorce from the bond of marriage with the defendant: Pro vided this order be published in the Wash ington Law Reporter and The Times once a week for Miree successive weeks before said rule-day. By the court: (Signed.) W. S. COX. A true copy. Test: . Justice, Ac. J. It. YOUNG, Clerk. By R. J. MEIGS, JR., Abst. Clerk. reG,l2,l9-'lt Wa trill tand Ton Bfiva(S) da? trlil treatment of the French Remedy CALTHO8 free, (.oC.O. D'ij end a legal cnarantes that Calthob n ill STOP Dlnchorges and Emiulont, CUKE Ppenftae.rrh, Varicocele, and KK&TORB Lot Vigor. . It ccsta you nothing to try it. M Ohl CO. 400B BoleAatrlna If ti.1ntlnitl,0. CHUHCH NOTICE. FIRST ASSOCIATION OF SPIRITUAL-ISTS-Maccabee Temple, 51. 'j 9ttist.nw. Mrs. Cora L. V. Richmond, pastor. Servlces,"ll a. m. and 7:30 p. 111. Subject; of morning discourse. "A Suggestion Con cerning Hypnotism, Spiritualism and Mental Philosophy." Evening. "A Spiritual View or Astrology, or the Influenceof the Stars Over Human Lives." Lyceum. 10 a. in. All seats free. lt VrOXN'S HALL -Sunday spirit messages. 2:30 p. m.; lecture and tests. 7:30 p. m.: Mrs. NlckIeS3, pa6tor. Circles at resi dence. 930 9th st. nw.. Wednesdays. 2:30 p. in., Tuesday and Friday evenings. 8 o'clock. It JTmenI j Von Pe-ru-na is a great aid to women suffering from any inflammation of the genera tive organs or any menstrual irregularity. It acts directly on the mucous membranes which line those organs and makes Dr. Ilartman has been curing female diseases with this great prescription for many years. Proof of the certain help for women to be found in Pe-ru-na is not wanting. A few letters from women follow. gfP Mrs. E. Riker, Cedar Falls, Iowa, writes "fflttpfffiPffiPiig the following letter telling how Pe-ru-na A rCTIO.V S A T.F.S. At Bensing&rs No. &$& La Mve. TH8S Saturday) Morning, February 12, at 10 o'clock to be sold 40 head of Horses and Mares. In this lot will be found 15 head of very superior stock of workers and drivers, young and sound, and 25 head of Horses and Mares, some extra good ones; will suit for any business. Also at 1 1 o'clock sharp for the District gov ernment one Bay Horse; also one Fancy Trap, Buggies, Business and Dayton Wagons, Harness, etc. The public is invited to attend this PEREMPTORY SALE. Sr Baissinger, Ausi. It-cm RATCLfFFS, 'SUTTON ACO.". Aucts.7 u20 Fa. avc. nw. TO WHOM 'T MAY CONCERN TO PAY STORAGE CHARGE. ETC.. ETC. On SATURDAY .MORNING. I-'EBRU-ARY 12, A D. 1898. at 10 O'CLOCK. I will sell a; the rooms of Ratcliffe. Sut ton fe Co.. 920 Pa. ave. nv.-.. a lot of household goods stored with me by Jefrer son Frost, the wtms to be sold to pay stor age charge, i-cc., thereon- All parties interested will pleae take notice. DAVID FISHER. fe7 -d&ds-em IF YOU HAVE furniture, mdse.. Ptc. to dispose o. se. J. E. Frechle & Co.: ?rompt settlements and best results. J. E. 'RECHIE ft CO.. General Auctioneers. 310-318 8th nw . ahovi- Fa. ave. P. S.- Goods taken on ttorngc; advance made: goods Insured. feit-tr AMUSEMENTS?. KERNAN'S lYCEUSVf THEATER? FEDRUARY 7. ONE WEEK. Mats., Tuesday. Thur&Oav and Saturday J ERMON'S BLACK CROOK Extravaganza Company A Superior Aggregation of Meritorious Talent. Next Wee THE MOULIN ROUGE. Chichester's KBSllsli Utanoac Srrul. OrhriaalBBt) Oalr Gennlnf , Arc. threji Mlitklt. moirs mk. i03t, mJ4 vl&kluorlbttt. Tale Um TiAur atisl IUMHU- litm mtd mf!tim. AIDnitui,rarci4 la tunp" for BmitlenUrt, tntlaMBtals A "KWier r ikum," i ukt, j rciiro Ub.il ia.Me TatitMaiJi. ifirwnr. Ck!ebetfrCkea!calCa,M4lMS4ai 8oW t? tll'tooi Dr:ctn ruiLAu tr-Of P wk sal sb V B the membranes healthy. Pe-ru-na Drug Mfg. Co., Columbus, O. Dear Sirs: "I am cow quite -well, doing: ell my home work for 6lx in the family. I have not talccn Pc-ru-sa i or about tivo -weeks now. I praise tho blessed Pe-rn-ra wherever I bnve the opportunity. 1 think aad know Its equal is not to be found. It has done for me what four doctors and five different medicines failed to do. Itralle seven blocks to church every Sunday and feel refreshed at the end of my -svalk. Andsuch swest, refreshing sleep! " Mrs. Sarah Gallitz, Luton, Iowa, was helped through woman's greatest crisis by Pe-ru-na. She says: Pe-ru-na Drug Mfg. Co., Columbus, O. Dear Sirs:" I was suffering with the change of life. 1 had spells of flowing every two or three weeks which would leave me nearly dead. I had given up hope of telnz cured, when 1 heard of Dr. Hartman's remedies and tegan to use them. I am entirely cured, and give all the credit to Pe-ru-na and Man-a-lin." Mrs. O. F. McHargue, Bozeman, Mon tana, wrote for Dr. Hartman's advice and followed it. This is her letter: Dr. S. B. HARTMAS, Columbus, O. DearSir: "Afterlrecefvedyouradvice in regard to tho supposed polypus, as I thra could aot afford to have it ren3o-e3, 1 began to tiVe Pe-ru-na, thinking I might at least get some tempoit ry relief. By the time I had taken one bottle the polypus had disappeared, and three bottlea cured the catarrh and throat trouble. I have recommended the medicino to several friends. As a minister's wife I come in contact with all classes of people, and shall always speak a good word for Pe-ru-na. I wish you abundant success, so long as you merit it bo richly as you have heretofore." Mrs. CX. Naeve, 3S6 Morrison St., Port land, Oregon, tells how Pe-ru-na robs men struation of its pain. Her letter follows: rE-RU-"A Drug MFO. Co., Columbus, O. Dear Sirs- "I begen to take Pc-ru-na when I lived in Columbus, Ohio, is iJHj, and have used it and theMan--Hn ever since whenever I needed medicine. I have sever found an equal to Pe-ru-na for regulating the menses, and before I began to take it I was never regular and always had more or less pain. I had tried many different medi- AMUSEarivNTS. QOLUMBIA Tonight at 8:15 Matinee Today. The Farcical Comedy. A GAY DEGEiVER, Introducing MLLE. ANNA HELD, In Conjunction With Ths Gat anil the Qkcrzsij, With the Original Xew York Cast. Next attraction Fxt.V.NK OA.VlbL& yTTTT TONIGHT c c.2 u b Matinee Today. E V EXINGS) 25c. 50c. 75c. S 1 and $1 .50. MATINEES) 23C. 50c. 75c ami St. & KEENE. Accompanied by and under tho management of CHARLES B. IIASFORD, Fresentlmr Matinee JULIUS CAESAR Tonight RICHARD III. Next week Seats on Sale. "L'.VDKH THE RED HOBE." EW NATIONAL THEATER. j 'lilt, UU.M..U k.UJlCUIA.1. Mr. SOL DeCP SMITH 'V f rr , Mat. Today at 2. Tonight at 8:15, Bachelor's Romance. RIVALS. Nest Week The Circus Girl." IGADEMY Popular Prices. Mat. Today 15, 25 and 50c. Next Week Hoyfs Best, seats i aaill UU17C CIAQ i TODAY. H HULIA IIIH1L IU1U. rrGrsnd Opera Hoisse KERS'AX & RIFE. Managers. WEEK COMMENCING FEU. 7. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. GHARLES E, BLAHEY'S Latest Musical Farce-Conicdv Succe&s. A THOMAS J. RYAN as THE GIRL, Supported bv WILLIS P. SWEATNAM and 20 Other?. POPULAR PRICES. Next Attraction Jacob Litt-S's ''THE LASTSTROKE'j; . DlJOU THEATER. " llich-Clavs Vaudeville and Burlesque. Dally Matinee, I0e.!c, 30c. Nightly, luc, i3c, . 80c. 60e. The Itelininc New Torfc Favorite. MARIE STUART. Beautiful Hherta Pnnn, the Two Stars. lltncs .-'.ml Remington, and 12 Other Biu Acts. -.-.-.