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THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING OCTOBER 21. 1887.
BILLY FORD TALKS ABOUT THE DUD3 HE IS GOING TO WEAR TniS FALL. TVIint lliey Aro Where Ho dot Thorn How Much They Cost Ami How Ha Liken Tlmm. Dudi don't always malto a dude; but I find I am obliged to take time from my do votlons onco In a whtio and contemplate tbo demands of pcraonal appearance For Instance, my (hoes wear out. 1'iut of this Is duo to tbo fact tbat I havo been swindled worso on foot gear tban any man la town. rNow, Dallon St Strickland havo tbo reputa tion of bundling lino goods. Tbo best Is nono too good (at least, not for mo), and prlco Is generally measured by quality. I lucged my honeycombed soles Into 1). & B.'s and permitted myself to bo shod $7 worth. I bad comfort at tho outstart. Tbcy didn't squcozo my feet Into band aewed vlirs and talk tickle to my vanity. Thcyirctlmy foot, stated tho price, took my monoy, and I said "good day." Whcu I'm not satisfied I say "good bye." In tbe matter of clothes I concluded to jjlvo E. B. Barnum & Co. a trial, because (I am free to say) I Ilko tbo way they advor Use. It means business. I wanted some thing made up that would bo neat and yet not ezclto another call for bonds. I think J got It. How do I look? That overcoat cost $35, and tbo suit stands mo $30. Tbo overcoat Is ot fine Melton, wltb raw odges and lap scams, and tbo cult Is mado of supe rior worsted, bound with Dno silk braid. The four-button cutaway Is tbo street stylo. Tho coats roll eoinowhat lowor than last year; Tests ditto; but both bavo probably reached tbo extreme. Pants aro worn larger la the legs, wlthveryllttlo spring. Tho double breasted frock ("Prince Albert") Is mide to open lower, tho cxtremo being to closo on tnreo buttons, but four buttons are moro popular. Sleeves aro mado larger tban last year. Coats will bo worn looser tban heretofore. Corkscrews and diagonals aro still correct for f asblonablo garments, but broadwalcs aro used In cutaway coats. As a rulo worsted cuats and vests are finished wltb medium braid, laid flat; soft finished snd rough goods with stitched edges, liroadcloth Is still popular for full dress, but the extrcmols fine walo worsted, lapels silk faced to the edges, which are finished with a flno silk cord. Overcoats will bo worn shorter, with soft lapels, and silk facings will be moderately used. In tbe selection of hosiery and underwear I consulted tbe Keep Manufacturing Com pany, 437 Seventh street northwest. I call bujlng a consultation Its moro profes sional. I obtained some splendid medium weight fancy hose, smooth and well fitting, at 00c. a pair; and tho finest suits ot Scotch wool underwear you ever saw, nicely made and thoroughly finished, cost mo $.3.45 a irarment. You can't fool me on underwoar. I used to live next door to a shirt factory. I most certainly recommend Keep's goods, and when I recommend a man 1 find bis family thinks moro of blm. I put In an order for a half dozen open-bosom sblrts with Keep Manufacturing Co. They caught mo on this specialty because tbey didn't try to Ho a $1,76 ebfrt onto mo at S3. I sever took so much comfort, never bad any thing fit any better, and never was any better satisfied In my life. I laid In a ito:k of collars, and I would have bougbt some cuffs (tbey showed mo some elegant short link cutis at 5 cents a pair), but I had cuffs made on tbo shirts. That's a peculi arity of mine, as much as taking a flttoou rolnuto nap alter dinner. An open-bosom thlrtlstbo correct style. You may uso spiral or button studs, and plain or pleated bosoms aro worn, according to taste, Stand ing collars, and thoso with turned points, will be most worn tbls fall, and four-ln-band tics Continue to lead the fashion In neck wear. A little taste and a llttlo money about half-and-half will enablo you to ap- Scar In good style, and be comfortable at io samo time. Mr. 0. i'. Burdette, at 437 Seventh street northwest, Is sole agent for Washington city for tbo goods made by tbo celebrated Keep Manufacturing Company. For a long time I have had my laundry work done at Dextcr's, corncr.of Sixth and C streets northwest. Too reason I hap pened to go there was because they can and will get out tbo work on shorter notice than any laundry I know of, and they don't charge any extra forlt, either. I con sider It tbo duty of every man who don't breath according to schedule to pa tronize a civilized being In preference to a beatben; and when I want my laundering done In a few hours I find my affectlonato impulses inako big leaps toward Dexter's. Tbat hat I bare on Is Dunlap's Fifth Ave nue fall style, and camo from Wlllott & lluofl, No. 003 Pennsylvania avenue. It cost mo $8. Asllkbat Is tbo"UIelng" to respecta bility; and mine shines like my virtues. Uerbyawlll, ot courso, bj worn tor business and common use, and Wlllctt & Ituolt havo tbo earliest arrivals of the season. You can Ret a dressy, high-grade derby for $5. Tbe taper-crown derby Is a decided "winner." Every man can wear a derby; but every man cannot wear a silk hat that U, and look well. It's a irood nlan to consult a batter who has as much taste as your-. sen, auu pcruaps a utile uetter juugment regarding wbat will become you. Wlllett Altuoft won't let you go out of their store with a but on tbat Isn't becoming. For ho cbapeau you dou will be as much a credit to tbem as to you; and licmcria. You can't squeeze any rice t crta onto your noddlo and bask In tho light ot your own vanity. It you don't look well in tho bat you try on tbey won't let you bavo It. Tbey aro right. 1 poked my Intellectual faculties under quito a number of stylos before tbor said, 'Good I" In tbe selection of a cane (for I felt I must wear a cane) I choso a malacca stick with a buckhorn handle. Uhey aro decidedly tbo fashion, al though cold and silver beads aro still popular. Itlpo and mellow dudes will toto around come young trees, but that Is extreme, liewaro ot extremes. Mycano came from B. 11. Cbaso is Co,, who have stores at 1314 Pennsylvania avenue and 411 Eleventh street. Tho prlco was $1.00. I bad occasion to buy an umbrella ot Cbiso yesterday, became It wasn't oxactly cano weather. Well, how do I look, anyway f My artist rather throw himself on tho picture bo mado of me, end tbo legend bo lias tucked onto tbo sldo Is, doubtless, bis Idea ot tbo roiult attendant upon my adopting the regalia of giiitlllty. I got cold yesterday, Did you ? 1iii.lv 1'ohd. No Wooden Wnali Trays Allotvod. Mr. 8. C. Clarko lias been Informed by tbo ccmir.ltslouers tbat tbe plumblug regula tions require that wash trays In dwellings shall be of non-absorbent material; but In view of tbu fact that wooden wash trays bavo been nlroady constructed the Inspector of plumbing recommends tbat tbey bo per mitted to remain, provided they are care fully lined with copper or galvanised Iron. Tlio Popular Approval Of the efforts of tho California 1'lg Syrup Co , to present to tbo publla an agreeable and ef fects o substitute fur tbo bitter nauseous liver medicines and cathartics formerly In uso Is as prnUljlnir to tbe company as It tn creditable to tho pood tasto'of tbo public Tbo largo and rapidly increasing nalo of Syrup of Figs, and tbo promptly beneficial ellVot of a sluiilo doso tic convincing proofs tbat It Is tbo most easily taken and Ilia most pleasantly .euocllvo rom cd known. Fur salo by all leading druggists. inn -vonu) or sronts. Items of Interest to Lovers or the Tart" nod Ilnae Halt. Tbo clerk of tbo weather was In a very ungracious mood yesterday, and In conse quence tho numerous lovers ot baso bill were unablo to witness tholr favorlto sport. For tbo past month local enthusiasts havo anticipated seeing n flno exhibition In witnessing tbo game between tbe St. Louts and Detrolts for tho world's championship, and, notwltbstsnding tbo heavy rain, still patrons of tbo national pastlmo were In hopes tbat Old Sol would coma out and on ablo tho contest to tako place. Anxious f;roups ot baso ball supporters congrogatod n tbo prominent sporting resorts awaiting tbo result ot tbo Weather, but all In vain, as tbo flood-gates of tbe clouds appeared open to their widest oxtont, and tbe rain poured down In torrents, putting an end to tho hopes of thousands who love ball playing. To day, however, should tho signal offlco bo In a kinder f ramo ot mind and tbo grounds In proper condition, tbo long looked for exhibition will tako place. Uamo will be called this morning at 10.30 o'clock Inordor that tho two championship clubs may fullfll their engagement In Balti more In tbo afternoon. Tbo following Is tho correct personnel of both tho St. Louis and Dotrolb Clubs for to-day's game: St. loult. Poillhn. Detroit. Csrutbcrs. I'ltcbcr. Oetrcln. Busbong. Catcher. Bennett. Comlikcy. First baso. Droutbcrs. Robinson. Second baso. Dunlap, (llcason. Hhortstop. Howe. Ijithom. Iblrd base. White. O'Neill, 1-eft Held. Richardson. Welch. Center Held, Haulon. Fontz. Rlgbt field. ThomfKOn. SI1INDI.E SIGNED nv BALTIMORE. Baltimore:. Oct. 20 Shlndlo. the niuch-sought-ror third baseman of thoDotrottLcaguo club, to-day signed a Daltltnoro contract, and will play next season In this city. BESVtT OF YlOTItltDAT'a RACKS. Daltuioiik, Mn., Oct. 20. Third day of tho netting ol tbo Maryland Jockey Club. llntracc Purse 8300, of which 8100 to tho second horse. Ono mllo. Bradford won, a neck ahead of Catcsby adding, second, one and a naif lengths In front or Boss, third, and Argo; Lcrrlncton, limit, Windsall, and Bsaz following, lime, 1:13' J. French pools paid W20. becond race Sweepstakes, for all ages; $20 each; half forfeit; club to .add 8MJ; second horsotorccctvqtlOOoutof tbo stakes. Ono mllo and a furlong, Lclox won by twenty lonstbs, Jcnnlo II second. Time, 2.0O. French pools paid 87.50. 'third raco Tho Citizens' Stakes, a handicap sweepstake for all ages, 8100 each, half forfeit, or only .'3 If declared out on or before Oct. 10. Citizens of Maryland to glvo 83,000 to the winner, tbo second horso torccolvoSTOO, tbe third 830O. and tho fourth 3100 out of tho stakes, ono mile and a half. Linden won by twclvo lengths, l'rlctizl second, Dunboyno third. Time, 2 10)$. French pools paid 810 70. l'outlh race I'urso 8500, of which 8100 to tho second horso, entrance free, for 3 year olds, ono mile and ball a furlong. Ontario won. Harvard second, Orvld third. Time, 1:53U French pools paid J83.73. Fifth racc-Furso 8500, of which 8100 to tho second bono, entianco free, three-quarters of n mile. Pull Leo won, C&lora second. Row land third. Time, 1:1' French pools paid MFMnni; Tfnn., Oct. 20. Owing to tho sud den death of President Montgomery on tho ttack to-day, all races after tbo second wero declared postponed. Tho summary of tho two TACC9 Ifl First race Flvo-clghthj of a mllo. Illlda won, BIggoyot second, Irma II third. Tlmo, 1.05K. Becond race Ono mile. Gleanor won, Whlto Noao second, Trcacy third. Tlmo, 1:15!L Lkxikotos, Ky., Oct. 20. Weather cloar, track last, and nttendanco good. First race Three-quarters of a mile. Fisher won, Cupid second, Allegheny third. Time, 1:15. Second race Ono and ono-quartcr miles. I'otccn won, Kick Flnzer second, tho rest with drawn. Tlmo. '2.11K. Third race Three-quarters of a mllo. Spin nctto won, Walker second, Birthday third. Timo, 1:10. fourth raco Thrco quarters of a mile. Clay Stockton won, Orsngo Girl second, Wiley Buckles third. Tlmo, 1:17. ENTRIES FOB TO-DAY'S RACKS, Lynn & Wall, 003 Pennsylvania avenue, fur nish tbo following entries: AT BALTIMORE. First raco Thrco quarto r of a mllo Free dom, 105 pounds: Mamie Hunt, 110: Boss, 110, Britannic, 108: Young Duke, 110: Harry Rus sell, 113; Hawlcy.105; Blessed, 105; Nita, loo. Becond raco Ono and ono-elghth miles Lelex, 115 pounds; Sn 1ft, 110; Kalian, US: Vo lante,123: licllrlngcr. 105. Third race Two miles, Dixio Stakes-Han over, 123 pounds: Qlcnmound. IIS. Fourth roce Three-quarters of a mllo, Up laud StakeB Los Angeles, 11a pounds; Leo II, 112: Omaha, 115: 1'orJham, 11J; fcalvina, 10J, how or Novcr, 10J; Golden Reel, 103; My Own, 118- Focatcllo, 107. ' Fifth raeo-Ono mile Phil Leo. 112 pounds; Nellie Van, 103; Error, 1U5; Nettle, KM: Uralt, Its; Banscr Bearer, 112: ThoBurbon 103; Clay l'atc. CO; King B, 83; Pcndcnnls, R: Pegasus. 101;Bocaccio,8S. AT U.XINOTOX. Flist race Ono mllo nod seventy yards -Fannlo Strauss, to pounds; Clay Stockton, 102; l'rocrastlnator, 102; Cirneglo, lu'; Calcutta, 107; Hindoo Rose, 102: Braeaban. 110; Banbox.100: Catalpo, l)7t Lucky Jim. 107. Becond raco-Ono mile, McQrathlana stakes Horlmoro, 100 pound; Wary, 110; Valuable, 105: Poteen, 111: Klrkiln, 10-i. Third race Ono and one-slghth miles, soil ing Miss Roxcy.OO pounds; Kensington, 10J; Sour Mash, 99; Alamo, 105; Redstone, 1UJ. Fourtb race Ono mllo, purse O'Fellus, 90 pounds; Locgallgbt, 103; Unique, 108, AT CM pros, rim raco Three-quarters of a mllo, purso Mute, 118 pounds: Fred Davl, 118; Saluda, 115; Pat Dlvvcr, 115; Cathcrlno M, 115; Rolax 110; Eulsula, 110; Auditor, 00. Becond race Ibrcc-quartcrsof n mllo, purso Bujton, 118 pounds, Qtucn or Hoarts. 116; Byron Cross, 115; Oakland II, 115; King Arthur, 115; Falsehood, 113; 1 Trinidad, 11J; Rebel Friend, 113. Third race Scvcn-clghtlisofamilo Bishop. 10J pounds; Frolic 102; Alva, 102; Garnet, VJ; nordelalso, 03; Commander. 97; Volo, 07; Sweety, 95; Telegraph, 95: Molllo Thomas. 05; Witch, 05: Peacock, 95; Bass Voll, 93; Lutos bring, 92; Tunis, 02; Donvltte, 02. Fourth raco-Ono and one clgbth miles Lancaster, 120 pounds; Tornado, 120; Charley Russell, 111; Bright Eyes, 105; Top Sawyer, lof; Lute Arnold, 99; Competitor, 02. Fifth raco Ono and one-slxtccnth miles, selling-Charley May,118poundB: Red Prlnco, 115: (ieorglo C, 113: Count Luna, 113: Kink, 108; Brllliantce. US: Ldward P, 103: Belle Ilrackct, 108; Traveler, 108: Comus, 105; Ka-Ko, 105; Slater Maria, 105; Trojan, 103; Belmont, 107, . TUB "RirOBUCAN's" TlfS. At Lexington First raco Braeaban first, Lucky Jim second. Second race Steven's Pair first, Klrklln second, Third raco Sour Mash first, Redstone second. Fourth race Unique first, Ixngallgbt second. At Baltimore First race Freodom first, Bsss second. Second race Lelox firm, Swift sec ond. Third race Hanover. Fourth raco Los Angclos first, Leo II second. 1 iflh raco Phil Leo first, Kelllo Van second. Woman's Christian Temperance Union. On yesterday afternoon a largo and en thusiastic meeting ot tbo W. C. T. U. was bcld at Central Union Mission. Mrs. Judgo Clark presided, and short speeches wero mado by many ladles lu tbe audience. Tbo following resolutions relating to the "City Directory" of this city was passed : Hcsolccil, That wo esteem It disrespectful to tho Christian and temperanco sentiment of tho peonio of this city tbat eur "City Direc tory" should bo disfigured by adveitlsement "Distillers" on Its laeo In such largo typo as to be seen as far as the book Itself; ministers and teachers and all total abiulneuca places of business aro forced to thus fraoly advcrtlso an objectionable business, while they pay full prlco for a clean book, and renew their sub scriptions ovoty year. HiWi Tbat wo ask, all friends of tompor anco and total abstlnenco to protest against our "City Directory" being again so defaced. Announcement was msde ot tbo annual meeting ot tho W. O. T. U. of tho District, which will coqveno at Waugb M. 11. Church next Tuesday, Oct, 23, at 10 a, m , and con tinue two days. 1 n 1 Vrcdetlck Wurdo's Now Tiny, At the New National Theater last night, Mr. Frederick Wardo produced, for tbo first tlmo In this city, ''Oaston C'adol." Tho play bas many strong situations, and will doubtless bo a public favorite. It will bo given agalu at tbe Saturday matinee. CITY ITKMJ! HowLitro Dental Association, 211 Four-and-a-half street noithwost, llueu doors north of Pennsylvania avonno. E. P. Howland, M. D o, il.IlQwland.D.D.S.jSurglral.opcrattvo, and mechanical dentists. Extractions, under nitrous oxide, 60 cents each tooth, aud only 60 ccnts'oxtra for gas, whether ono or a numbor or teeth aro extracted at tho same sitting. Have administered nitrous oxldo to over 45,000 persons. Artificial teeth 87 per set, Uold, amalgam, and whlto fillings Inserted In tho best manner. AU work warranted first class, BiBKiaEY.B, puro ryo whisky, the host on Iho market for tho price, 8s per gallon, 81 a quart, and CO amis a pint, 25 cents a sample bottle, Tharp, 818 F street northwost. "AIDIRNKY Dairy Waoons." Frosh Aldor ney .Butter churned every morning and deliv ered In a pound "Wardprlnis, avio cents per round. Also cottago choeso, 5 conts por balls buttermilk, 6 cents per quart, and sweet milk at D cents por quart. BONDS THAT TAIN. Couples Who Find Married Lire n Torture. It was somowhat ot a busy day In th) dlvorco market yesterday, but at tho samo time tho aid ot tho court was not Immedi ately Invoked. Tho activity displayed was In tbo furnishing ot material upon which tho court will In tho futuro bo called upon to act and decide whether or not, In the papcro presented, the petitioners have sus tained tho charges set up In their rospecttvo applications and aro entitled to enjoy tho relief prayed for. In several Instances tho grounds ot complaint aro not only numer ous, but of a very serious character, somo of which, If sustained by proof, will ondanger tbo originators and executors ot tbo schemes with a criminal prosecution and tho likelihood of confinement within prison walls. A remarkablo caeo Is set out In tbo bill filed by Charles V.. Barber against bis wife, Charlotte E. Harbor, neo Battles. For tho past fivo years tho complainant has resided In tbls District, while the wlfo hss con 'tented herself In making her home at Olrard, l'a. It was thcro that tho couplo were married just 000 year ago yesterday. Then tbcy camo to tbls city, wbero tboy cohabited for somo six months, wbon sbo returned to Pennsylvania. In tho bill tho husband avers that Mrs. Uarbcr prior to their tnarrlago bad contracted a habit of self-abuse, which, continuing up to tho tlmo of their marriage, resulted In her mental alienation and lunacy to such an extent as to render bo Incapablo of entering Into a valid contract ot mar riage It bad also reduced hor physically, but sbo declined to abandon tho abomina ble practice Subsequent to tho marriage mental alienation manifested Itself lu vio lent fits ot temper, In gross drunkenness, unnatural desires, and Irrational acts. It Is upon these grounds that tbo dlvorco Is sought after. Another strange case, In which, conspi racy to defamo a good namo Is charged. Is , that of Warren J, Lown for dlvorco from Laura V. Lown, brought out by her an swer to nis petition, and her cross bill for dlvorco and alimony. In her answer, filed through her ollcltor, Col. Wm. A. Cook, sbo sajs that.sho left her husband In conscqucnco of a long se ries of acts of cruelty on bis part, ondan gcilng bcr health and life Sh& denies that sbo was frequently guilty of adultery, and denies confessing such acts on Sept. 2 last. In a cross bill also filed for her by her coun sel she cbsrgea that shortly after her mar risgc, Apr. 1U. 1871, Mr. Lown began ex hibiting an evil temper toward bcr, and fivo months after marrlago assaulted her and then abandoned ber tor seven months. At tbe expiration 0! about 14 years of their married llfo bo engaged In tormenting her In different methods. IIo again abandoned and refused to provido for tier; that In Au gust, 18SS, became to her and threw a glass goblet at bcr bead and cut her. At another tlmo bo threatened ber with a pistol held to her face; that In August, 1837, shortly bo foro she left him, ho camo to tbo house at Mount Pleasant, when she was washing, and without uttering a word threw stones at her, breaking a window, and then getting a bucket of water throw It at ber, saying bo wanted to drown bcr. She further charges that he did all ho could to array bcr children against ber, using such teims as "hussy" and "old devil" toward her. and under such pretsuro sho was com pelled to lcavo blm. Upon her doing so and taking up her residence- with her sister, at GlOMalno avenue; ho employed detec tives to watch hor. She states that on or about Sep.t. 1 sho was vlsltlog a friend and was Introduced to a gentleman called llayncs, and shortly after visited with him a restaurant on Eleventh street, between Q and R streets, and entered ono ot tho rooms preparatory to getting something to eat; tbat tbe door was left open, and wlillo thero Ilaynes, by force, placed her In a compro mising attitude and whlto In tbat position bcr husband, with ono Morrison and ono Bloss, entered tbe room and tbero charged her with adultery. She asserts on Informa tion and belief, that Hayncs was at tho tlmo In tbo pay of her husband, and sbo was en ticed and taken to tbo placo on false repre sentations and statements, lu pursuinc 0 of a conspiracy between Ilaynoa and tho other persons named, one Ferguson and nlliava nhnan nnmna nwn ,.1.nM ..1 w.ui.d nuugu u.ujcq uiu uunuunu. nut, that tbo money was furnished by Mr Lown to these persons to carry out tbo cons piracy. Sbo says tho defendant Is worth $75,000 to $100,000. and asks for tho custody of tbetr three children and alimony. Tbo third and last application for tho day was that of Jenulo A. Smith, who says sbo bas resided hero for tho past two years; that bcr husband, Edward 11. Smith, did live In Now Carlisle, Ohio, but bis present wbero abouts are unknown to her. It Is charged tbat bo committed, about Marcb, 1830, adultery at Earvlllo. N. Y,, and at other times elsewhere. Sbo asks permission to resume her maiden uamo of Jcnnlo A, llcr llughamo. ItetlreinrnU and Piotnotlons. Col. Wm. II. noyall, 4th cavalry, has been placed on tbo retired list on account of disability, and bis retirement effects tho following promotions: Lieut. Cbas. E. Comptnn.to bo colonel 4th cavalry; Major James Diddle, to bo lieutenant colonel 5th cavalry; Copt. T. C. Tuppor, to bo major 0th cavalry; Lieut. Frank West, to bo captalu 0th cavalry; Second Lieut. Oed? II. Bands, to be first lieutenant Cth cavalry; Additional Second Lieut. Alouzo Gray, to bo lieuten ant Cth cavalry. Swept by a Cyelono. CommlssIonerColman yesterday received tbe following telegram from his agent In Louisiana, where tbo government was about to Institute experiments in manufacturing sugar from cane by tbe diffusion process : A cyelono this morning almo't entirely wrecked our building. F'ortunatoly, tho ma chinery Is but Utta damaged. Havo com menced to clear away debris, and will begin repairs at once, Havo written you estimate of damages. . Hog Cholera Id New Jomoy. Beiaidbre, N, J Oct. 20. Tho provalcnro of hog cholera, or what resembles It, Is creat ing consternation among tho Warren county lUIUlVIB, Some think there's nothing like a flno educa tion, It gives to the gifted such cloqnent tongues; But Dr. Bull's Cough Sirup la tho thing In creation, That knocks Into smltbcrs a pain in tbo lungs. .1. THE COUItT ItECOUD. United States Supreme Court. Tho following business was, transacted In tbo United Btatcs Supremo Court yesterday: No 01. Herman R. Raltzer ct al apoollants, vs. Uonrv Louis Blsehollahelm Appjal from tbo circuit court of tbo United States for tbo southern district ot New York, On motion of Mr, Wm. A. McKeuncy, In behalf of counsel, dismissed per stipulation. Clerk's costs In this court to bo paid by the appellants. lo. 17. Cbas. B. Hoard's executor and bolrs, appellants, vs. Tbo Chesapeake aud Ohio Rail way Company. Argument continued by Mr. Enoch 'lottcn for appollants, by Mr. W. J. Rob ertson for appellee, and concluded by Mr, Tot ten for appellants. No. 18. Tbo Parker Whipple Company ot al , appellants, vs. Tbo Yale Clock Company ct al. Argued by Mr. O. E. Mitchell for tho ap. pollants aud by Mr. O. R. Ingersoil for ap pellees. No. 21. Jobn A. Coan. plaintiff In error, vs, William J, Flegg. Submitted by Mr Cbarlcs King, Mr. Wm. II. King, Mr. A. C. Thompson, and Mr Nelson W. Evans for plaint!!! 111 error and by Mr. W. A. Hutcbtns for dofendent In error, No. 25. Morris Rlchlcr, appellant, vs (leomo Jerome, survivor, ,!to., ct al. Argued by Mr, Dou M, Dickinson for thoappellaut and by Mr. Walter D. Davldgo for tho appellees. Adjourned until to-day. Court in (leneral 'lcrm Cnlnf Justice ning hain and Justices Haguer an1 James. Wllsou vs. Rcardon and Wilson; complainant's appeal dlfinlmcd. Clabauch it al. vs. King; argued and submitted. Assignment forto-day 50, UJ, ol, fii. BCIrcuitCoutt Jutleo Cox-Sralthvs, Boul din; erdlcl for plaintiff. Lonthall llonwvs. Johnsonnerdlct for plalntlll for possesilin. jim.vi.ij. vs. irri-juu, lu'tuuu iur uovt irini, Mlddlckaufi' is. Sherwood; Jury respited. As signment for to-day; Appeal-7, 10, 18, 25, 31, 83, 37. E8, 39, W, i I.' " Equity Court Justlco Merrick. Hanna.trus. tee, vs, Long; reference to auditor ordered. Ktihuw. Frnnko: W, Glarcnco Duvall ap pointed receiver. In re Charlis H Ormn, luna tic; referenco to auditor ordered. Duiicanson s, Williams; Walter I) Williams, trustee, an Ibnrlrcd to sell. Morau s. Morau: Iluirh, Nilsou appointed truiteo In placo of M, P. Moron. No assignment. Criminal Court JunicoMonlgoracry. Cha, L. Campbell, Ramlug act; trial postpone 1, Alfred Itummclls, assault; nollo pressed; de fendant dlfchargcd, James I), Stellyard, as, fault: erdlctnot guilty. Assignment for to dayDaniel Magruder, robbery; William McGulro. assault; Patrick Cox, keeping u dis orderly bouse; Michael Noonai, asstult, Willis A. Hawkins, grand larceny; Junes Morton, assault with intent to kill; Dintol Tpcr, housebreaking: William Nlcho'son, grand larceny; Anthony Wells, assault with ktcut to kill. ACTIVE AND 8THONO. Alt Stocks Without Uxceptlon Iteeord Higher l'ricss. , New York, Oct 50. Tho stock market to-day was actlvo and strong all tho way out, tbe net result of tho trading being tbat decided and uniform advances were recorded over tho cntlro list. Tbo Improvement In tbe confident feeling was very pronounced and many of tbo room traders who bav been acting wltb tho bears to day changed sides, which was of material Influence In tho Improvement. Tho Gould stocks wero the leaders of tbo rlso In tbo forenoon and woro soon joined by tbo Northern Pacific and tho Oregon stocks on tho negotiations now In progress to adjust tho difficulties among those roads. As tho day advancoi tho buy ing becamo of n better character and spread to all prominent stocks. Tho opening was quiet and steady, and tho list soon began to advance though llttlo progress was made until attor tho first hour. Manhattan, howover, shot up quickly, gain ing 21 per cent. Amarkod Incrcaso In ac tivity occurred after 12 o'clock, and tho leading stocks began to rlso moro rapidly. Tho gain was not checked until tbo last hour, when tho best prices for almost everything wero made. Tbo closo, how ever, was actlvo and strong at ttio highest rices reached, with but few exceptions, verythtng Is btgbcr to-nlgbt without ex ception. Money on call has been easy, ranging from 3 to 4, last loan at Si and closing offered at DJ. Sterling exchango Is dull and steady. Actual business at 431 to 431 1 for 6Uday bills, and 485 to 485 for demand. Posted rates, 482 to 480. (Jovornmcnt bonds bavo been strong. Stato bonds have been dull and steady. . Treasury balances Coin. $133,113,571; currency, $12,250,009. Tbo following wars tho closing bid quota tlons- 48, 12aj! J4 coup., 108; Pao. Csof '05, 121: Dist, Col. 3 65, 117; Ua. 7s, gold 10.1U"; La. Cons. DOJis Mo. Ga of '87, 101; N. O. Cou; c, 121; do. 4s, OS; Tcnn. settlement G. 100; do. rs, 100; Richmond and West Point, 21; Va. 09, 13: do. console, X N, O, 45; Tenn, fctllemcnl 3 C9Vi:t Ccn. pac. firsts, 111; Dcnv. ana R. G. firsts, 71::M. K. and T., ',',: Northern Pac. firsts, 110; do. seconds. OS: Northwestern cons., IIS: do. debenture, 107: St. L.and San Fran,, 1U: St. Paul con., 125J i; St. L , Chicago, and Pao. phi, 115; Southern I'ao. firsts, 10SJ-S: T. P. It, a. ,t 0., C3: Northern Paclflo 111,1111: WostBhoro, OS; Adams Express, 110: Alton and T. II, 32; do. Pfd., 70; Am. Express, 100; Bos. Air Lino pfd., 03; B. C. aud It. N 80; Canada Bouthem, !(!: Canton, 60; Ccn. Pao.. 3154: Chcs. and Ohio, 6: Chicago and Alton, III; do. pfd., 1C0; O. B. and Q , 120! i: Cleve land and Col,50K: Con. Coal, 21; Dol. and jnuu HIIU All , UUW. I.UU. lAmi,.lt lOl. U1IU Hud. my,; Del. it Lack , 1204: Den. & R, 0 , 22M;Erlo,27!i:do. pfd . 62JS: FortWayno,lts)4; 22M;Erlo,27':do. pfd . 62JS: FortWayno,lts)4; Harlem, M); llous. ii Tex., 20: 111. Cent, nasi: Kansas A Texa. 22: L. E A W.. 1M?! !ft Lnko Shorn. !; Lvl. anil Nail,.. r.stZ; i-njfu ouuru, vva; i.vi, anu ntvtu., osu, Man. .t: Cnn . 101: M. Anil chnr.. 4a, T-.7- nt ;.-... , -. ;;..;: .r.r . . .. . '.?.:. ii- :...- v.. j- '.1 M. &h, 119: Mich. Ccn, Slji; Mo. Pac, 9C: Mob. and O., 10; Mar. and K., 13C1: N. Chat., 1M: N. J. Cen 73J1; Norfolk and Western pfd.,88J4: Northern Pao fli; do pfd., i'jy,: Northwestern, 103JS: do pfd., 1I0K;N. Y. Ccn., my. I Cnlcago and Bt, U, 15J4; do. Brd :28'$: Ohio and Miss , 22: do. pfd, M; rcgon Nav.. 8u: Pao. Mali, 3JK: Pitts burg, 151; Reading, 01; Richmond and Alcg., fi; Richmond and Dan., 150; Rock Il'd,114;St.L. and San. Fran.,3J'4:do. pfd., 08; do. flrrt pfd., 110; Bt. Paul. 73J; do. pfd. llijfcSt. P. and O..IS73S ;do. prd., ld.): Texas Pac., 2SJ: Union Pac,, ISM: U, S. X, to; Wab. Pao., 10; do. pfd., 30; Wolls Fargo, 127; West. Union, 77Ji; Tenn. Coal and Iron. 21!i; Cotton Oil Trust, 27; Quicksilver, DJ-j; do. pfd., 2i. Asked. Grain nnd l'rovlslons. Following Is the rantre of prices In the Chicago market, furnished by IS. K. Plain A Co., St. UlouJ Handing, corner, Ninth and F streets: Wheat- Opug. lllgh. Low. Clsg. I November 11 1l 71 71 December... . ;m, 73 ;! TA May 76VU ;si Wk 75, Born November.. .. 41 a 4I'4 4C 4t December.... 41'i 41i 40' 41 May 41 43 411, 4U, Oats Noemlcr...., lh ZS, u ss, December ti i" 25V zilt May S9Vi !9Vi t) Lara November..... s 10 e io 6 07Vj e 07 December e nVj e 1214 0 07Vj e 10 May. 0 45 0 43 0 42 0 43 Washington Stoolt Exchango, The rollowlng list or the most active stocks dealt In on the Washington Stock Kxchaoge Is furnished by Messrs. Bell 1l Co., Bankers, No. 1137 Pennsyl vania avenue: October 20, ISS7. District Columbia Bonds, Sid, Asked, 6a, 1831 Per lout., gold 10i(, 7s, '81. l'pr. nnit.,currency 107 .... 7s, 1892, Market stock, currency us .... 6s, 'SX. 20-year funding, gold. .,,,,,, 100 .... 6s, '69, zo-jcar funding, gold 112 ,,,, 7s, '92, Murket titock, currency ...... 12f .... 6s, 1S02, so.ycar funding, uold 121 .... 7s, 1903, Water Htock, currwicy It7 3 ess, 1924. Funding, currency. 117 113 Overdue Greenback 8s 93 93 Miscellaneous Honda Washington mid Gtwn. R. R. Co US Masoulc Hall bouds. . 1C0 .. Wash. Market Co. bond 112 113 Wash. Lt. Inf. 1st mortgage S3 ... Wash. Lt. Inf. ftl tnoitpaf-e 60 WaslilngtonUas Unlit Co. bonJs,.., l!Uvi 1S2 hatlnnal Bank etocks: Bank of Washington ,., 100.. 2&0 ,,,, Bank of IlepuUio 100.. 13 MatropollUui 100., 170 Central 100 Hi Second ICO . I!5 If, Farmers and Mcchanfuv.,,,,,100. 160 1U1 Citizens' 100,. 116 Railroad Stocks: Washington and Georgetown . 60.. 213 217 Metropolitan 60 .... liotg Columbia r 60, 41 ,,, Capitol and North O street 60 4JV, ... Insurance Storks. Firemen's 20. 40 .,. Franklin 23. 41 Metropolitan 60 70 .... National Urdou S 10 23 Arlington 100.. MUl, Columbia S. 13Vj 13, German American lou 160 ... l'otomao 23., 63 HlCf! S S t Gas and 1'lcctrtc Llgm Slocks: Wmhlnaton On 20 37 Georgetown Gas 23., 42 60 U. b. Elrctrlo Llsht 100,, 73 SO Telephone Stocks: Pennsylvania SO 41 Chesapeake and l'otomao 100 60 Miscellaneous Stocks: Washington Market Company. 60 23 Washington lirlckMschlno Co 100. 17S Great Falls Ice Company too., 123 .,., Bull Hun Panorama Co loo. 2-1 ,,.. Columbia Tills Ins Co .. t4 ..., National Safe Deposit Co too.. 100 -Tx-0lYldeud. Baltimore Produce, Market-Oct. SO COTTON quiet, but firm, (middling, OJi. I FLOUR quiet and unchanged. vvjicAi souinern quiet and stcauy, roa, CORN Southern -tieak and louor: whlto. fiOft.'.Sc: yellow, WfiJMr; western dull ami nominally firm: mixed, spot, 190 bid: now, December. 43 bid: year, iStjiiSii OATS quiet andstvaly: southern and Penn sylvania, 3085c; western white, 853Go; do mixed, 333lo. RYE llrmcr. 68OG00. PROVISIONS dull and easy at unchanged prices- PETROLEUM steady; refined, Co. COFFEE dull and lower; Rio cargoes, ordi nary to fair, ItrKOlOe. SUQAR-Coppcr refined, dull, lOffllOJic, wniSKY steady. M.Hffll.lo. Other articles unchanged, BALTIMORE STOCK SIARKET. Baltimore, Mn , Oct. 20. Virginia 09, con solidated, 10: post duo coupons, 01; lo-iOi, 37J5 do, now ttu, 02JJ bid today. AIOIXANIJIUA. MATTJtltS. Items of Interest Gathered for the "llouubllcanV Headers, Tbo Democratic committee has arranged for a public meeting In Alexandria county to night, when tho lion. E. V.. Meredith, ot Vrlnco William; V. It. Mooro, of Fairfax; S. Q, llrcnt, Charles K, Stuart, and others will address tbo meeting. In tbo corporation court yesterday, when tbo tlmo arrived for tho opening of tbo trial of Jobn Curran, who was bcld under an Indictment for assault upon Iho person of one Ernest Padgett on the 14th ot May last, Commonwealth's Attorney Marbury nroso and moved tho court for a continuance of tbo cause, which tbo court overruled, whereupon Mr. Marbury stated that It would be Imposslblo for the commonwealth to prove Its case under tho circumstances, and bo would bo compelled lo enter u nollo prosequi, which ho did Judgo Meade then mado an order tor tho Immediate release of Curran from Jail, Tbe fair of tbo I. O, 0. 1 Is still In pro press und largo crowds aro attractod there every evening. Tbo lt. E, Leo Camp of Veterans, ot tbls city, met at tbo Columbia Engluo llouso 011 Wednesday night last, and decided to at tend tbo unveiling of tbo monument to their old commander at Richmond on tlu Sttb Instant, All ex-confederates aro In vited to attend wltb them on tho occasion. Ms, Ucorgo Hill, an old Alexandrian but for a long tlmo past a leading cltlun of Washington, bas recently sold a lot of ground, near tho Long brldgo, to tho nil road company for $23,000. NEW PUBLICATIONS. now to AMuars YourtsELr and OTI'KHS. Iho American Girls' Handy Book. By Limpa nrann and Apf.iia b. llKAnn, New York t Charles Serlbnor'a Sous. Sale, William Ballanlyuo di Sou. 13. Thrco dollars, and worth more, tor tho volume's 474 pages aro abundant In enter tainment, mingled with Instruction. What (ho pleasure, wbat tbe Information, puzzles us to explain within permitted limits. Hut, generally, all tbat girls can dcslro, all that can Interest and ndranco them In pleasant and practical existence, Is hero. rJnch a book will serve a lifetime oven when tho "gltl" may become a grandmother. Wo sincerely wish that every llttlo maiden In our blessed laud may possess 7ht American Writ' Handy Hook. It Is proper to mention that each subject Is Illustrated with excellent engravings. TnE STORY OF TIIlTpSALMS. By HrsnY Van Dyke, D. D,, pastor of tho Brick Church In New York, author of 'Tho Reality of Religion " New ork: Charles Scrlbncr's Bona, Sale, W llliam Dallautnio & Son, si 50. An amplification and Illustration ot tbo ptalms, adapting them to our every day existence Tho humanity ot this volumo constitutes Its worth. Man on earth, Is merely man, and at all times bas bad llko passions, trials, hopes, aspirations with ourselves. Tbo rovcrouco for the psalms Is not lessened; It Is exalted, showing bow ac curately they dcscrlbo our proscnt state, Inducing us to aspire, and helping us to at tain tho future glory. LirriNCOTrS MONTHLY MAGAZINE. No vember. 25 cents. J. B. Llpplncott Com pany, Philadelphia. Publishers. An cntlro novel, "Tho Terra Cotta Bust," by Virginia W. Johnson, author of "Tho Ncptnne Vaeo", etc., begins tho number, and occupies moro than ono-balf of it, but oc cupies pleasantly and profitable. No moro serial stoilcs aro admitted Into I.lpptncoU's. Wo wait here no longer from month to month for tho ending of a story, of which, meanwhile, wo bavo forgotten tho begin ning. "A Modern Spartacus" follows; an In teresting short story, historical, of South America. "November lioughe," by Walt Whitman, a poem, next; occasionally strug gling on tbo boundaries of meaning. Walt, we believe, may bavo tho distinction ot be ing tho most discordant singer on record. If that Is glory, let blm and bis friends mako tho most of It. "Tho Story of a fltanza" Is about asldlo and Inconsequential a thing as wo have mot withal In unnum bered years. As our "llfo Is a mingled yarn, food and HI together," tho good comes now. t Is "Tho School lloy as a Microcosm." "At Nightfall," poem No. B, woman's work, Is worthy of tbo true heart and clear mind of the authoress, Mary llradloy. "A l'rlzo Essay," now No. 8. Prize es says, llko tho animals and olrds on Alexan der Selkirk's solitary Island, according to Cow per Are so unacquainted with man, Their tameness Is shocking lo me. But In tbo present production, for a won der, tbero Is nothing "shocking," nothing of "tameness." It presents, vcrv Interest ingly, "Social Llfo at Amherst College." A fine poem, "In Somno Veritas," next, by William Boyd 41'en, meritorious enough to redeem even Walt. "A Sketch In Um ber" concluding well concludes. Tbo "Uo6lp" and "Notes" aro senstblo and strong. THIS ANTI-RENT "AGITATION IN THE bTATK OF NEW YORK. 1839-1810. By Edwaud P. Chf.ynky, A. M., Instructor of history. Unit orslty of Pennsylvania, Phila delphia : Author. 50 cents, Traces tho origin of largo cstatc3 and leasehold tenbrcs, the anti-rent riots, and legislative enactments, constitutional changes, and decisions of tbo courts In that state, Tbo history Is Interesting, valuable, and occasionally highly romantic. SKETCHES TROM TIuTsUNSEr LAND. By EnNMT L. E. White. McMlnnvllIc, Orcg.: D. C.Iicland. Co. Publishers. Sketches from Oregon aro seldom seen along our eastern shore. As strangers first wo give them welcome, thon warmer wel como when, on acquaintance, we learn to love Hum. Two short stories aro contained In this little volume, both of which bavo tho pecu liarities ot their northwestern source, a cer tain directness and homeliness of style and an Impression of perfect sincerity. Herein Is tho charm, herein the originality and tho surprltc. Superior of tbo two Is "Orna La Voir." Very tad through tho greater part of Its course, yet sunbeams burst at last from tbo cloud, and after tho rcadeis mind bas medi tated all tbe contrast, It feels ltielt pos sessed of a new creation bearing tbu seal ot beauty and power. In a most loving way tbo author dedi cates tho book to bis wlfo. Tbo following passage from tbo dedication Is to us remark ably sweet and tender: "I dedicate tbls llttlo album of wnysldo thoughts to my dear wife, feeling well assured that In bcr I (ball find a generous critic and conscientious reader. No undeserved or unearned pralso will fall from bcr truthful lips; no filce, unmeaning flattery will bo lavished upon mo. My toward will come from tho silent pressure of tho llttlo hand that has cared for mo In slckniss and In health." HAIlWAY XOTliS. Tho St. Paul nnd Dululh load will extend their line to Omahn, Tho Northern Pacific directors bcld unim portant meeting jcstcrdiy, but passed a reso lution not to divulge any of tho proceeding'. Every man who wns seen refused to say what action had been taken. mm Absolutely Pure. This powder novor varies. A marvot o purity, strength, and nholesomoneas Moro economical tban tho ordinary kinds, aud can not bo sold In competition with tho multitude of low tost, i-liort weight alum or phosphate powder. Bold only tn cant. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO,, 100 Wall St.. N. Y. XJNDEIiTJLKBKB, W. R. SPEARE, Undertaker, DiO V Street Northwest. 43-KTCrythlng strictly urtt-clacs and on the most reasonable terms. (Camp Chairs to hlro for all occasions, TELEPHONE CALL .Un. TiriT4Tr FOR ALL. 811 a i:kic y VAVlV and expenses paid. Valu- iiiuu nut in uiui particulars irio, FRY, Augusta, Me. P 0. Vlf'K-ic-IMYJin LADIES! Do Tour Own yolng, nt Home, with PEERLESS DYES Tboy will dyo ovcry thing. Tbcy aro sold every where. Price Wo. a package 40 colors. They hao no equal for Strength, Brlehtnesa, Amount In Packages, or for Fastness ol Color, or non-fading Qualities, They do not cro.'S or smut, Forsalo by TbCIIIFFKLKYAj EVANS Wbolcsalo Druggists, 177 Pa, are., Washington, D, o, mhlS-mwMy jgj PQ THE COMPANY. Locution Music Mountains, MoIiuto Co., Ariz. Incorporated Under the CAPITAL STOCK, $820,000. OFFICERS. PKKSIQJUNT, HON. W. I. CANADAY; WA8I1IN0TON, . C. VICE l'ltRSIDUNT, J. Q. UA11TON, MAKE ISLAND NAVY YARD, CALIFORNIA. ' s licit i:rAitY. WILLIAM 8. ODELL, Room 80, Le Droit Building, Eighth and V Streets Northwest, Washington, D. C. TltUASVHiat, HON. JOHN II. SIlirMAN', WASHINGTON, D. C. ' OCNERAI. MANAGER, CHARLES W. CUNNINGHAM. UACKBERRY, ARIZONA. DIRECTORS I HON. M. C. BUTLER, WILLIAM GRINSTKD, M. D., HON. CLARKE V. CRANDALL, JONA. Q. BARTON, U. 8. N., HON. WILLIAM MAnONE, HON. JOHN B. SHII'MAN, HON. W. P. CANADAY, BENJ. W. BROWNE, WILLIAM 8. ODELL. EXTRACT rjlOH OEN. ItOSBCltANS's UEl'ORT. At Iho rate of $1G per ton, 0,000 tons would produco $144,000 worth of bullion, which should Day all costs and oxpenscs and leave a net of t?J,G0U. It provision Is mado to do tbls In a buslucss-llko way, tbo preliminaries can all bo doco In four months; and at twenty tons per thrm tbu extraction and mllilnc viould rcqulro four hundred and eighty days, making In all about six hundred days, leaving; the owners with tbo property complete, and paylne back all ex penses and over 100 per cent, profit. It will bo seen tbat tbo first expenditure of 23,CC0 In tbe first four months w ould be at the rate of $5,750 per month, but uiivr mat. nine tut) uiiuu niu utriu tu All of which Is tubinlttid to tbo Board The ore Is free milling. Tbo cost nf mining and milting wll not exceed $10 per ton. 1 consider tbls tilt as ono of tbo best In Arizona upon tho surfaco 'and to the depth now reached. And lt will require but a short tlmo to provo that we have ii property second to nono In Arizona, nnd ono tbat will pav from tbo llist working of the mill. C. W. CUNNINGHAM, General -Manager. Tho coptal stock of this Company Is C23,000, divided Into 025,000 6hsres ol $1 each. Iho Company Is incorporated under the laws of West Virginia, ond the stock Is non-nteiFsoble, and carries with It nn personal liability to tho bolder. THE GOLD MINING COMPANY (location, Music .Mountains, A.T.) Is as sound a mllilnc uitctptlso as was ever placed ou tbe market, and Its possibilities bavo revtrbitn excuded. Every ebaro 6bould double in valuo within a year, antl tbcy may qundiuplc, as they are based on property tbat would ordinarily have been copliallztd ten (10) tlmts as great on account of Its known richness and promise. " Tbe shares are made small so tbot any ono can Invest. SubecrlptlonTfof fivo states arc as v-eUctnc as those for hundreds. Evtry dollar of earnings will go to tbo stockholders" In dividends, as thtra Is nothing else that tbey csn be used for. S3g No better Investment can bo made tban In tbo shares of this Company. For full Information In rccurd totbcfo mines apply to the Secretary, at tbo office of tbeCcmpony, room 40, LE DROIT BUILDING, WASHINGTON, D. O. Extracts From Reports. ItEPOHTOF OEN. W.S. ROSEUIt.VNS. Before consenting to render jour enterprise such assistance as my limited time and cir cumstances will permit, I carefully looked over what your records aud papers showed concerning tho property ot 5 our company. 1. That jour two contiguous claims, 1,600 feet long and COO feet wide each, havo oropplog of a vein of gold-bearing quartz vlslblont tho turfaco for most of their length, besides nu merous small stringers of tho samo kind of quartz adjacent thereto and Intersecting tbo main vein. 2. That at somo twenty or thirty pomts on tbe cln, Indicated ou Cunnliighatsj map, prepared under my directions, openings and sinkings have been made, In all of which specimen', and In many rich samples, ot gold hac been found In tho quarts, which seems to vary from five to ten inches In thickness. Some of tbebo openings aro cut from thrco to fourteen lect deep, and 011 tho north end ot FllenJanolsau Incllno 182 feet deep. North ward ou tho "Tommanotta" 400 reel aro two halts, ono 10 feet and tho otnor 48 feet deep. Within the next hundred feet north are ono 12 feet and ono to feet deep. 3. Oulot all these openings end shafts vein matter and quartz have been taken, aud of tbo quartz some hat e been selected for specimens, giving tno largo assays mentioned lu Mr, Cun ningham's letter, and samples, assajs ot ublch aro also therein set forth. Finally, selections from tbo ore thus ex tracted baobeen made, showing In "Lcdoux and Rlckui's Assay Olllee Repott" of a thirty seven round sample at tho rate of 12,051.00 per ton. Navy Paymaster llartou's Utter states that six tons selected as above stated averaged SRI7.2S per ton gioss product. CUNNINGHAM'S ItEl'OltV. Tho properly comprises two mines, called tho LIKu Jauu and tbe Tommiuiolta respec tively. Tho company has do eloped both lhco mines SBfollowBi A shuft having been sunk to tho dtpthof 68 feet on tboloiniuauotta, nnd ono to the dcptli of 132 ttet on tbe Ltlcu Jane, with levels running parallel with tho vtlu60 feet below tho itiifatoand on iho clu norllica-t andiouthweH. The properties aro t cry nat tering, as will ho seen by the n ports m experts omliufajs, Tluro Is now no doubt tbat this w III bo u llrtt-cluts pas Ing property. The Ellen Jano Is tltuatid on tbo southeast extremity or tho Muslo Motiiualii range, dl mcnsloiiH COO led lnuldtb by 14X1 Ret III lenatlt 1 has ono shaftUJittl dcenandset eral opt n cuts, all of u hlch show pay ore '1 ho loiniuunottu Is uu cxUmlon of tho Klltti Jane. This mlno has olto been partially developed by a shaft 03 ftit aud several of lesser depths, also open cuts, nil showing pay ore Iho ulna on both properties crop bold and strong, nul tluro Is Lorituon lo doubt that a very large ond rlth 010 body lnn not Iur beneath Iho depth now reached, width Is also tho otluloii of ihotcdtxpcits and miut-rs who liMubuu ou the properly. Water has Ihcii the gnat dranbaek to tho tit t lci lug of mines In this range, but Hint In, now Win set at rest, as Hater was loiuid lu the hllcn Jano (halt at thodtptlinf 120 feet, ami kruwlug stronger as depth Is obtained, antl In a short time itMnklng pump will bo rcuulnd to kitplhonilnulrro. Iht'oro tins continued to the bottom of shaft, Ineicaslng in width and richness In t oiieltitinii, I mild slate that tboo t eins arolruollsnires, and 1 luo ao doubt tho test mineral belt lu trlzoua, Laws of West Virginia. uturu luuu pay expenses. ay cj (to EN. W. 8. UOSECIUNS. llfitFAU of 111 it Mint, Tbpasctv Depaivtmfnt, Wasiiisoto.i, 11. 0 , March 22, 131, GFNTIEMIN: Tho lullowlni- It mv rnnnrt upon the sample of ore receh id at this otllco iur Huuy on mo -m instant : MnrLcd : Lllcn Jano and lommanotta. Atfsy ho. Ni3 contained.. 6.1 ors, gold per ton, .. , " . "? " ver " Mufllo correction... " " " Total " " " (lold, valuo pcrtou 11,005 , Sliver, alue per ton 81,12 lot 1 1,201 t Very respectfully. W. P. LAWVER, Assaycr. No, CM3. nrtdlcate of Atxiu LMKIPX J. RICKKTU, Enciini En?, ClILillars, ANU AvHYKIft, 10 C'siJAit Sniitr, Nf.h York, Nrw-VmtK, July 10, ltwl. Sin: Thcsamplcoftinldaudsllternrewolgh lug SJ7J4 1 oundr, marked and submitted to us lor asiay, tontafns after crushing, sampling, nndatsa)lug: iold 120 30OZS, per ton of 2,000 pound. Mlm... 40 40 " " 1,ijca Valuo ir ton of V'.OOO rounds 92,651 ou Value ot 87K pounds 1J 50 1 our obedient servants, Ll.DOUX & RICKETO ARIZONA SAMPL1NQ COSll'AJJV. Thn General Manager recently shipped one ton of oie from our mines to Kingman, A. T for reduction. Iho following certificate from the Com) any treating the same, together with the letter of tho Superintendent Inclosing check, will show tho net amount received from tbe aforttald ton of ore : OmrEOFTIIE AW70HA Bami'mno CosirANV, Kt.SOMA.N, M0UA E CO., AlltZOSA, Aut- 12, lbil. Dkah Slit Inclosed you will tiudacertlfl cate of iiffBjs upon lot No, JS2, and also a check lu settlement of thu same for tl'3.70, Tbeoronns bought upon the basis of I'd per tent, ot assay saluo of silver at tho market price and fib an ounce net for the gold, deduct ing 125 for freight and treatment, Viuis, ,tc W. J. CHAMBERLAIN, Per K I Thoatovcnas aciago oro from the dump, 11IS1M:SS bTATlLUEM'. The I'omi'iiny has recently had live tons of cn.lipin width had been caretully culUdull titelmtia showing free go'd, milled by the Whuell Eltllrlo Mining und Milling Company of liinoti. lhlaa nirily refusuore. The usulls show that even tho refuscore of this mine tan beinlucd and milled 01 a prollt of OttrtUllHTCllt. , The mint at lhlladtlphla determined the alueor7 and imw cuutis of bullion from lhlKriiiilobe!v0 02. Iho t'oiniany, btlug so well satltllcd by Ihcso nnd numerous other strictly reiiablo tests ol Iho rlihuMS of Mil, mine, thoyhavo ) urchaied it lut ell ro ton ciiKhlug mill with ti glue, toller nud all uecii ten's and ap plltaitcslor tuci'tssrully noikingthomliioon n llbt nil scale, 'i heso w III lie 011 tho ground at the uiiuu u llhlii tho next thirty days, and lt Is (DtilUliiilly e.tpcoted that tbo plant will be lu lull operation 11 thlti ninety dajs Ihcrcaficr, nltlmcr) riomheof 0 diidendou tho shares eorhiuilio i.tt winter. Tho mill can bo nuiittr) day In iho jcar. nth Is the t'cutideueoof mining men ttitbli icliellmi ihateseto already ullltig at ran to tun is "holuow uhr.1 Uiey arabut lor fuithii information an 1 nrotnec'tii. ai j.i u, ilic fc-ccn tnrr Room io, I.e Droltlluiid vf Wiuhingtili, 1. O, J i, TnArEz.KnH'' Qvmr.. J5ALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCTOBER 10, 1M7. L AJnEWARi',LNTON Fn0M STATION, COR NER OF NEW JERSEY AVE. AND (JUT. IArti".A.09.ANo"nw!"EP- Dally 10.55 A( Alts V 40 I , Ms .1iJ!S.?".7at,8t- toc"' Kxp. Dally 3.1S And v W 1 , Mi itiojK'W??M & Cl-KVE., Exp. Dally 10.53 A. M.OX-7 I1, M, lorLcxington and Local Stations 1 10.10 A. For Philadelphia, Newark and Wilmington 'A. M 1:25 P. M and 4 4) P. M., dally Eg press, -- t.t.. V . . ..,ulul" uoiwccn iiaitimora and Philadelphia, 5 A. M. andtl.35P. M. ForBlngcrly and Intermediate polnU,t3.15 'For naltlmoro, 8, 6 30, 0 10, 7 30. 8.K), 9 45 A. M-I? W. 1 SJ. 3 15 (IVralnuto train). 830, 4'30, 4 35,4 40,6 30, 0 45, 7:30, ts, and ll .30 P.M. 8undayarJ, 7:30, 8 30, 0 ISA. M.. I'M, 1:30 3 30, 4.30, 4 40. t 30, 0.45. 8 !, and 11 TO I JI. For ANNAPOLIS, 810 and 8 A. M 12 10 and 4 35 p. M. On Sunday, 8 30 A. M 4.49 P. M, teavo Annapolis, 0 10, 8.30 A.M., 1203. 8 50,OJiOP. M. Sundays, 8.30 A. M 4,10 P. m! For Way Stations between Wndilngtna ana Rsltlmori-. 5 00, 6 10. 8.30 A. M.. 12.10, 3 30, 4'I0. 0 45, and ll'SO P. M. On Rundays HToA. M and 1 80. 3 30, 4.10, 0 15, and 11.30 P. M, ..Fo.rS!?.l,?n,J"1 "eiropoli an Branched: 15 A. '".i i0.l ti'" forprliiclpalslatlonaonlyi'iio.ia A. !., 16 30 and M P. M. (On Hunday stops at an stations. Vfl, f1.,,lnHli.,.a .1 ...... .-- .... . V- I,,, A MA., ( A .... L-. ...... M.. daii?. """""":" Church train leaves Washington on Sunday ?!,i.7.;L?i !J' hs PDing at all stations oa Metropolitan Ilranch. Forr-IIEDMUCK, 10 55 A. M., 15.30 P.M. Sundays, 1:16 1. M. ' ' ' For IIAOERSTOWN, 10:10 A. M.and 15.30 1 M rftt llitVrVsl A nil lnlsMAtlA l.tl.-. t jv antl 4:?pl'. M.i from Cincinnati and Ht. Iuls( dally, 7.-20 A. jr. and 4 3) P. M. 'um""suurK' From Philadelphia, Chester, and Wllmlng. ,u'v !. !i (: ?.' a;UJi 6'w-aua "-30 1 at., dally, ana II 50 1. M. r rom eingcriv anu intcrmodiato polnU north of Ualtlmorc, 100 A. M dally. . Trains leavo Ilaltlmoro for Washington at o io oo, 7'30. oo, o 05, low, and 10 30 A, M 12.16, 215,8.00. 1.10,6 M, 0X. 0.30, 7'45. 8.1o! and 11 00 P. M. On Sundays, 6 30,0-00, 9fl5. IandllKwiVir " "' . For Hiray Natural llrldeo, Roanoke, anil points on Shenandoah Valley Railroad, M.1S tExccpt Sunday. 'Daily. Itaggago called for ond checked at hotels nnd residences on ordcra left at Ticket Offices. fj. K. uiiin Manager. Pen. PaA. Agont. THK GREAT PHNNSVLVANIA ROUTE TO TUKNORTU, WEST, AND SODTUWEST DOUHLKTRACK. SPLKNOlDBOKSERYl BTKKL BAILS. MAQNIFIOENT EQUU-J UBNT . . IN EFFECT MAY 10. 1887. TRAINS LEAVE Washington from station, ooraor Cth and B streets, as follows: ""uu For Pittsburg and tho W cat. Chicago Limited Express orPalaco Sleeping Cars at 00 a. m, daQri Fast Lino, KXO a, m. dally to Cincinnati and St. Louis, with Sleeping Cars from Harris, bnrg to Cincinnati, and Buffet Car to St. Louisi dally, except Saturday, to Chicago, with Sleen. Ing Car l'ltlsburg to Chicago Western Ex press, at 8'10 p.m. dally, witn Sleeping Cars WashingtontoChlcagoaudSt. Louis, and, ox cent Saturdays, Uarrfsburg to Cloreland. connecting dallyat flarrisourg with through Slcepen pi Lnulsvlilo and Memphis. 1-adflo ExpreM.ir r. m. dally for Pittsburg and tho W eat, will! through Bloeoer Harrlsburg to Chi- "i1?15?. AND. POTOMAO 1UILROAD1 For Erlo, Canandalgua, Rochester. Buffalo, Nagara.10.-0O p. m. dally, except f5aturday with Palaco Cars Washington to r&cJtcster. For WUUamRuort. lock Haven, and Elmlra. at 9XO a. m. dally, exceptbuntuy. ."".v'Sy Yo,lc X2$ lno K"1' 1 iM- . M.0 ll:io a. m., Sflo, 4:iu, low, and liaip. m. On Sunday, 9.-O0, 11 :40 a. m.,2-00, 4'10, 1000; ana H3I).PIT 1.mlld KPrei of Pullman Parlor and Dlnlnecars. 8 40 n, m. daUy, oxcoot Sun day, and 4 -ot p. m. dally. For Boston without cnanse. i 00 p. a ovcry For Brooklyn. N. V., all through trains com ncct at Jerwy City with boats of lirooklyn An. ncx, aflordlng direct transfer to Fulton street, voiding double ferriage across Now Votk city. For Philadelphia. 7.-25, 0.-00, njo.and 111(5 a.m 2:00.4:10 e-oo, 10.W and llflo'pTm. oa Sunday 9W, ll:4)a.m..2.-oo, 4:10, 6 O0.10W, and ll:20p. m. Limited Express. Parlor and Dln Salf ' " Wcck da7S' ana i:03 " m" For'Baltimoro.e 35, 7:25,0.00, 9.40, 9 50, 11:00, ll:40a.m.,12(l6,2W,4.t)0,4'10 t-20. 4.td, Gtt S:JS'?y'tn1 lWp.m.On Bunday.9-00,9.05. and,llJp.S,.,:';00,1-00, 4'10 BaW' W "W' For l'oiai's Creek Line, 7S5 a, m. and 4:40 p. to. dally except Sunday. v For Annatxills, 7:25 and 9 00a. m., 12.05, 4-20, S?Sct"p'.,o.,,l4ll''0'Dt Sunday, sundavs, v uu a. m- 4uo p, m. RAILWAY. AND AukAANDBIA AND WASIIINOTON RAILROAD. Tor AloxandrU, B -00, 6:,s: 10 J.47, 10 57 a, m . 12! noon, 2-05, 4-25, 435. 60rT8O5, 10-0.5 and 11:3; p. m. On Sunday at 8-00,8.10, 9,47. 10J7 a.m.. 2 so. C-Ol.sto. and lojr, ii m. ' ' ForRlchmnudandlheuuUi,eij9,10.S7am.; dally, and 4J5 p. m. dally, esoept Sunday, ITalmt irare Alexandria for Washington, ffJ".?'lHS',0'Ls' 1W .m.i lxw,S-a! 6:10. 7.05, J2 and 10.42 n. m., and 12.13 mid. night (except Mondavi. Ou Sunday at s-00, 9.10, and 117 a m.i a. jc,7., W2.lO.4i p. m., and 12:15 night. Tickets and Information at tho office, north. cast corner or 13th street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at the station, where orders can be left for tho checking of baggago to desllna Hon from hotoli and residences. , J. R. WOOD, General Passenger Agent OBAB. K. Pnon. General Manager. piEDMONT AIR LINE. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SErT. 4, 1887. Trains leavo B. & p. station. Sixth and B strotts 8.30 A., M- East Tennoasoo mall dally for 'arrcnton. Uordonsvllle, Charlottes- Svu.wiu auff uncnus. ruuman 'ccporWashlngton to NowOrleana. liai A, M. Fast mall dally for Warrenton, Charlottesville, Gordonsvlllo, stations Cbeeapeako and Ohio route, Lynch burg, Rocky Mount, Danville, and stations between Lynchburg and Dan ville, Greensboro, Raleigh, Charlotto, Atlanta, Birmingham, Montgomery, New Orleans, Texas, and California. Pullman Sleeper Now York to Atlanta In connection with Pullman Bloopers Atlanta to New Orleans and Mann Boudoir Slcopets for Birmingham, Vlcksburg, and Shrovcport. Solid trains Washington to Atlanta. Does not connect for C, A O. routo points on btindars. .S5 P. M. Daily, except Sunday, for Manas sas, Straaburg, and intormedlato sta tions, connects at RIvcrtnn with S. . R. R. for Luray, arriving at 8.00 p. m. 6 30 P, M. Western express dally for Warroa ton, Gordons vllicCharlottcsvUlo, Louis ville, Cincinnati, aud St. Louis. Pull man Sleepers and solid trams Washing, ton lo Louisville, also for Lynchburg, Bristol, Chattanooga, Memphis, Llttlo Rock, aud all southwestern points. Through Pullman bleepers Washlugtoa to Memphis without chango. 11:00P.M. Southern Express daily for Lynch, burg. Danville, Raleigh, Ashevllio, Charlotte, Columbia, Alien, Augusta, Atlanta, Montgomery, New Orleans, Texas, and California. Pullman Sleep ers Washington to Montgomery, con necting with Pullman Parlor Cora Montgomery to Now Orleans. Pullman 81ccpcrs Washington to Augusta with out change. TRAINS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO DI- Leave Washington 9.12 a. m. dally, except Bun day. and 4.45 p. m. dally, arriving at Round Hill H.J7a. m. and 7.10 p. m.: returning, leara Round Hill 8:05 a. m. dally and 1M p.m., dally except bunday, arriving Washington 8.30 a. m. ana 3.55 p. m. Through trains from tho South vis Charlotto. Danville, and Lynchburg, arrlv. In Wash ington 8 10 a. m., 8 23 p. m., via Bast Ten. nessee, Bristol, and Lynchburg at 10; Id a.m. and 9 40 p. m via Chesapeake and Ohio routo, and Charlottesville at 9.40 p. m. strasburg local at 9 47 a. m. Tickets, Bleeping Car reservation, and In formation furnished aud baggago checked at otllco, 1300 Fi unsylvanla at cuue, ana at pasieu. per station, Pennsylvania railroad, sixth ami B streets. JAS. L. TAYLOR, General Passenger Agont. ptHESAPKAKE AND OHIO ROUTE. (Newport Nows and Mlstdsippi Valley Oom pany.) Scheduio In ellect JutieS, 1847. Trains leavo Union Depot, cth and B tts, 10.57 A, M, For Newport News, Old Point Comfort, and Norfolk, Daily oxcent Sunday, Arrive In Norfolk at 7:tu P, M. llrtlA, M. l-urVlrgtnlit Springs, stations on tho Cbesaneako and Ohio, and points) tust, Dally except Sunday. Observa. tlon car. Chnrloitcsvlllo to Cllftoa Jorge. Tlirougn lllman bulfet klcen tng cars, Clifton Forgo to Louisville and bU Louis. 6.30 P.M. Fast western express dally. Solid train, with Pullmau bullet sleeping cars to Louisville. Pullmau service to Cincinnati, St, Louis, Memphis, and Now Orleans. Otllco 613 Pcnn. ate. U. W, FULLER, General Passenger Agent! rVPTTTM'JLND,w!n?KT habit KJXT JLJ U iVLrated at home wiutont Mini book ot particulars seat free. B. hi BOOLLBX K.DAUntt,(Jw HlHlAVrM ssa