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THE WASHINGTON mmc, TTERDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 21, 1R5.
'j tbST lll.Cl'IVl'.M A 1'INI. I.INP.
'Men's and Boya' Clothing
At prices Hint will defy competition Mori's
nsslmorc Suits from SI np: V oil's overcoats,
from f I M to SMi ( hlld's overeoit, wen 8 to
H, Tor $1 ntnl up: Hoys' Overcoats, ngo 1 1 tn 18.
ircimSnipvvnrdi Ilovs' Suit, ngo It" J", SI
nnn gi, tip; jiovs neuron '! ; '
$ 1 fin to $S, our n rndr-rshlrts and Drawers
tn lent; H' !o wuri vno rum
. u. l.n..t llnto rtitr HI Milan' nnJ
IlnW Schorl shoe-, ollliCV. Hod llannnl
Klifrtn nml Drnw its, good lintn fur Wo, nml
fl: I'nys single Pants only Wo.
Huge neap wr i nil lib
S 33 X. 33 "2T ' S ,
1011 AND 1010 l'ENN. AVE.
olo tjh: i zsr a-.
DHZ. 3D. 33JiJJlTl-
1111 I'KNN. AV UN 1112,
Winter Overcoatiiip ami Snitiins
Of my own Imiiottut Ion, now rooolye A Uontlc
mm, plenso cull, lnpect und In ivo your or
der nt tlio Loading Tailoring Establishment
of Washington. Host Goods. Host Trim
ming". Nona bat tint class workmon om
ployed nt lilt Pennsylvania Avonuo.
K. 3D. :B.AJR:R.
Importer and Tailor.
Eroadway Diaginal Over
coats. A. ,
Dluo tind Hrovvn, hick mid Surtout,
I Inctl mid Vorstcd Llnod.
031 ronnn. Avonuo.
Now Is llio tlmo to look about fur tho light
plnco to ouy jour l'ull nnJ Winter sbooi. In
our stock embraces over thing dos'rablo In
stylo nnd cjunllty to which wo nro wuokly
a cling now lines. In
Misses' and Children's
vvolinTothobcst mikes for wear nnd com
foit. To our
wo call your mortal nttcntlon. If you want
1 Ino 1 rench Kid Congress nnd lint ton,
riua latent Li ithcr Congress nud I.ioo.
lino 1 reneli Cnlf Consrcss I.ncoand llutton,
all of thobontinnkes.
lint tho shoo that talks for stylo, comfort,
perfici fit nnd good wear Is oir flnooilf,
sow cd. In cv 1 1 y st lc, Including tlio WAUKEV
rilAbl'nt S the best shoo for tlio money
that inn bo sold.
DAL10N & STRICKLAND,
l!.'ll I'oiiim. Avenue.
One-Price Shoe Store.
& A. L. HAZELTON,
ffSJt 483 Sovcmtli Street,
T Under Odd-Follows1 Hull.
E. C. Dart's VI no bhooi for Iadl03 u specialty.
427H lOtlt bt. 2V
I havo a lot of l'lno Shoos, my own miko,
tnat I will soil nt a bargain. Olvo mo a trial.
PILLS OF TANSYAsVo,0a,f1dcl,!iv.
ways effectual, Rtateft partuutat , SJ i ta, Wil
cox bpcclllc Mcdlclno Co , I'hlladclplila, Pa.
I nmnnntlvo of England, and whllo I was
In that country 1 louiraitul u teulhlo blood
polon, and for two join wan under ticit
ment as nn outdoor pit lent at ottlm:ham
Itoi-pltiil, Ciigliinn, but was not itued 1 suf
fered tlio moit agonizing pains lu my Iioihh,
nndniisLOMicilnltli Boris allmcr my body
nnd llinbs. 1 Innlly I coinplcU'l) lost nil hopu
In that country, mid sailed for Amcrloi, and
was trcutcd ut Itoo'oolt In tbli city, us well
us b n prominent pliyjlcl m In Now York luv
lng no coiimt Hon lib tlio IhmpIi ils.
1 Fuwthondcitlsement of Swift's Specific,
mid ldeleimliiid toglioltn trial. I took six
bottles, and I cnu say w 1th gtcat Joy that thoy
liau niHcl ino entirely. I am in sound and
will nsl oerwas In my liro
I, ritlll) HAM'OltD.
Now York City, Juno l.th, 18i3.
Tn March of Inst 5 ear (1841) I contractol
blood pol-011, and being In t-aunliah, (ii , nt
tlio tlmo.l.Miit Into tlio hoipltal thera for tn at
ment. 1 suffi red ciy much from ihoumitUm
nt tlio samo time. I did not gi twoll under tho
ticatincnt time, nor was I cuiodhyniiyof tho
usual lrcans. I hmonow taken soon liottles
of Swift's bpcelllo nnd nm sound nnd well
tdroothu poison out tluough bolls 011 tlio
Bltln. Dan Lbviiv
Jersey City, N J., A113 T, 11
Treatise on Mood und bkln Diseases mailed
'I nr Swift Si eciho Co , Drawer 3 Atlanta,
Oa;N. V.. 1B7V.8Mbt.
MANLY VIGOR rrWai'ilftS
X'olly, Abusu or Ixlcssoh, promptly ro
hlored by a nen und nu metlioil. Quick
results, Sjmulsti Triiclicos inn liuriulos,
fjutclc nnd liir.tliif;. Edited Hook 1'ion.
"'Jlieoiiluiitrftcliemeil'j leiei iitut laiaa'l
iff."-.1?. .. Vor
von miAi:r iitoouru co 5o;rnrk
l'llico, N. Y.
Tho Original and Only Genuine.
fUf tndftlwiji Ktllbl. Bewtreof wortlilr Iraltttloni,
IndlinnnJ)l9 tn LADIES. Ak your Druzsl't for
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Wnipi) ta uj for vmUouUi in litter T return ibrII.
AME PAPER. Chlehcdtcr Chtmtpal Co.,
At PruffffM"' Trado lunlletl tj ltollcr VL fehoo
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JU.XIX1 ITY NUIlVOUSNliSS,
vi:.vkni:ss, n ounoic
orj. INDINl'lirAlll.ll ruooiS. liook
by mall, si:ai.i:i, ruin:,
jt'ii ik .tiiiiucAii c . in iiiitn. y.v.
ma A--VWI. Km If tf
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Jlcad. A 1 1 11 ys
of Tiistu. lltuir
lncnnd 8 111 nil.
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A mile). Illlcr.'j'l-AUJ' V: USA
CKKAM IIAI.JI bas gained an enviable
reputation, displacing all other pionnratlons.
A rurttclo la applied lntniaclinoslrll;nopaln:
Bgruonblo to use. l'rlco fiilo. by mail or nt
ilrugrh'ts. bond for circular. ISLY BUOS.,
llruglits, Owego.N Y.
HoJ-t itp.tteu'aj orii
l timcti i.turultii . rutt'iii
en 1 mi rrr 111 n turn lpcny, Aorroin Del i.ij 1 t
A' infiootl. jtt tlmjnjftriul.il viiln rrrvlp'n
ir iHlini -.vyi UUIUIl U1UIUIIM , rititfiii
rm'tr.liaitlixyiwrptl nplntt'riDioii(j nlf iir,
hhlt 1 lia viil 1 i HKK lu)iifnllo' -n.ITi r n,
Jiii J U.Hl.l.VkH.4JCUfttkimbU i wlork.
a m:w iisuoviiy.
Inidant ii'llif for Cold In llin llB'id. Horo
Noso. ' N o lllujKu ns," Catarrh Hay I mill,
Ao. 15o. a lux. l'orsalo by illdr u;iu
?th'l z'- MllwnukQB Lager,
Tin: m:st in iiu: liiijvmor.
1JI 1WKN1Y-NINT1I 8T. NOltrilWKbT
. IV. on Fa. Atc
How Irgersoll Won His Parao as a
HIS "PLUMED KNIGHT" SPEECH.
Tlio Peculiar OiwumsUnioM UnJor Which
It Was Delivered.
IE&UI33 before coi;aiti333.
rlotslp Aliiml Sorliil Mutters nt tlin
A FOKrit-PLAYINO MEMBER.
As everybody knows, Hub IngcrwU
enme to tlio front m tin orutor by tlio
Dlnlnu lioiiiltialltig speech of 1870. Ho
vrh otio of tho Republican tlulcgatos to
tho Clnclnnntl conveiillon of 1870, nml
11 strong lllnlno mnii. llo arrived in
Clncltinntl vtlth severnl oilier Illinois
delegates several days beforo tho con
vention nsscmblcd. Thoro wis present
In llio city Hob's fnvorlto brother, who
dkd 11 few years lalei. Ho linmcdl
ntely told his brother of tho selection,
nnd llmt ho had promised lo deliver tho
upctch. The biothcr, who w.w so.no
hnt iicrvotis, tried to persiindo him
not lo try It. "You nro not famous
iiiotigh, ho persuaded. 'You mo gut
ting nlong nnd making n fair tcpiitv
t Ion, but this Is too big 11 thing for you.
1 ftnr ou will make a dead fulltiio nf
It." lint Hob hnd promised and would
not back out. "A ell, If you nro do
Icrmlntd to do this, you must do your
best. You must make a success. To
do this you must get nt It Immediately.
Don't wait 11 minute. Go Into that
room nnd lock tho door nnd begin tho
tpetch." "Oh, (o-moirow will do,"
urged Bob, 'und besides, I have
promised to go with tho boys to nlht."
And nwny ho went. Tho net tiny
pasted, nnd although his brother spoko
nbout llio speech several times, Hobott
did not touch It. And so tho time
passed till tho night beforo the con
aentlon. Tlio brother, meanwhile, had
got nenrly frnntlc. llobert c.uno in I.ato
that night and In nnswer to his
brother's solicitation, snld: "O brother,
let's cct 11 irnod iilirht's slccn." And so
they letircd. Ingcisoll says tint ho never
slept so soundly In his llfo ns ho
dill that night. Finally ho woko up
suddenly und felt perfectly refreshed.
He got up hastily nnd looked at his
ntth. It was !J o'clock a. m. Ho
went to the adjoining room very nuletly
nnd closed the dooi bo as not to distutb
his biothcr. Ho turned tho light down
nnd closing his eyes Imagined the gro it
conenlion hnll nndhlsiiudlenco bjforo
him Then he began to think of Ulilue.
rinnlly he began to say his speech over
lo himself. When ho had finished ho
took pen and paper and wrote It out
carefully as ho had said it. He hid
it aw ny in tlio drawer to tlio bureau
nnd went back quietly to bed. It was
now pnst 0 o'clock in the morning. Ho
very soon 'was fast asleep again nnd
did not wake till past 8, when his
biothcr was standing over him, vig
orously shaking him. "Hob, get up;
get up. It'sS.UO and tho convention
assembles at 10.UO. I thought you wero
going to get up early and get your
speech tendy. It will boa dead failure
and wo shall all bo disgraced. Ulainc
will not be nominated. It is too bad, too
bad. Hob slowly waked up, and,
nibbing Ids eyes, urged tlint it would
be best first to get their bi eakfnst. Hut tho
biothcr Insisted Unit he should not
lenotho room until ho got down to
business on the speech. Uy this tlmo
Hob had donned his pantaloons and
rcmnrktd: "Well, you be tho nudleuco
and sit ovci thcro and I will see what 1
enn do." llo then started in and de
livered the famous speech, word for
woid, ns it was given that day in tho
comcntlnn, beginning: 'Massachus
etts Is proud ot Benjamin II. Hristow;
po am 1, etc." Ho went on easily and
rapidly until ho reached tho following:
'"lids' Is n grnnd year a year tilled
with tho recollections of tho revolu
tion; filled with proud and tender
mcmoiies of tho past; with tho sacred
legends of liberty, a year in which the
sous of freedom will drink fiom tho
fountains of enthusiasm; a year in
which tho people call foi a m m who
has pietcned In Congress what our
soldiers won upon tho Held," Hut tho
lcnl climax of tho speech was tho fol
lowing: "Like an aimed wnnior,
like n plumed knight, James Q.
Hlaino matched down tho halls of
the American Congress and tbtow his
shining lanco full nnd fair against tho
brncn foreheads of thodefnmers of his
couutiy nnd tho nmllgncrs of
his honor." It is, perhaps, nco.l
less to say that tho brother
wns completely captured. When
Hob had finished ho lushed to him,
nnd, putting both arms mound him,
embraced him In tho most enthusiastic
way. "It 13 simply sublime," ho
cried, "but when did you prepare It?"
"Oh, I scratched It oil last night when
you wero asleep. Go to tho drawer
thtio and jou will find tho manu
script. Whilo I dress, plcaso toad It
over nnd scolf I dellvcicii ltconectly."
Tho great point with Ingcrsoll Is that
ho Is nlwn) s self-possessed. IIo never
getsintllcd. Somo of tlio gteatest ora
tors in this country have ti enabled bo-
fore so great an occasion as this, Hob
Ingcrsoll novel said anything that gavo
him so much reputation as that lilt
about tho "Plumed Knight." It has
been quoted over slnco, both by Hlalno's
ftlends and enemies, Tho convention
went wild over It. Hut it could not
miiko Hlnlue Piesidcnt.
"That man," said an experienced ob
sener of things to tho Tium-Star'$
Washington correspondent, as an Ohio
member of tho Hquso enmo out of a
bucket-bhop ou V street tho other day,
"Hint man Is ono of tho most success
ful operatois In Washington. IIo makes
money in stocks, grain and cards.
Thcro isn't a better poker player In all
Washington than that samo man. Ho
not only knows tho vnluo of cards, but
knows how to bluff as well as any of
them, Ho can look bluud and confident
oli a smaller band tliiiu any man that
Iocr saw Ho was ono of a poker
patty Inst winter at which ? 18,000
changed hands In a single evening.
Tho mimes of all tho plajers woio voiy
piomliiont ones, too.'' "Does ho hnvo
lrcquuit experiences of this sort?"
"Well, perhaps not many of so largo
pioportlous, but ho Is almost always
biiceessful, and docs nut hesitate to
Miuko up his biotiiei members of tho
iimixo wiicti opportunity oneis. 1
(mild give) nit llio uniiio ol a Kentucky
niembir nf tho lust House whoso outlie
biilniy during the bcssIhii went tn th it
mini h bunk account, and all lu that
Rl)3llio Washington ooituspituluiit
nl thu l)iill!niniu.S';i; "S.i'iie 0111 lo ilty
Is felt us to the purpose ot the IVihI
ih til w Ilh respect to sod d 1:1 itturs thl
wliitci, It seetiu to bo thought that
TOPICS OF THE DAY.
lie Is Inclined lo accept no lu It Ulons,
but to deilo whatever of social pleas
ure ho inny destro under his own roof.
As to receptions nnd cntcrlnituncnU at
IhoWhlto House, It Is thought Hint ho
will not bo behind any of his predeces
Fors In this respect. Sticklers for
etiquette hold that If Mr. Clovclaud
docs lay down tho rule to accept no
Imitations of n noclnl character he will
simply do what is right and proper for
the KccutIo They remember what
n sciisnllon wns ciented when Andrew
Johnson broke through tho custom of
I'nsldents nnd appeared at a reception
at tho houso of Chief Justice Oil isc.
General Grant, who followed Mr.
Johnson, scarcely ever refuse I an In
ll:illon, nnd even ntlended wedding
leccptlous of private tltl.ens. Mr.
Itnws until nut n 1'ood ileal. 1111(1 Mr.
Arthur, while President, not only was
a frequent guest at olllelul and unoffi
cial leccptlous, but was very fond of
milking informal lslts to bhturtlcu
Inr friends both in tho dnytltno and
of Joo Howard's bogus
Message is retold by
"Carp" In the Cleveland VUliiuUalcr.
To many the story wilt bo now. This
message or lather proclamation, wns
issued In 1801, nnd addressed rather to
tho people than to Congress. It was
forged by Joseph Howard, now con
nected with the New York Herald, nnd
pretended to bo a call for a half million
more troops. Its origin wns In Now
York, und It was w rlttcn on tlio maul
fold paper used for Associated Press
news, and handed lo tho morning pa
pers by boys, who snld that It was an
Associated Press dispatch, and It wns
only through their bungling that it wns
not used by every morning paper in
New York. The Journal of Commerce
printed It, ns well ns tho ll'rW, but
suspicion arose lu tho olllccs of tho
Times and Tribune, and thoy did not
uso It. Tho Herald had struck 011 edi
tion of 2.,000 copies containing it when
they found that It was not in the Time 1
or Tribune, Then they saw that It was
bogus, and they suppressed the edition.
President Lincoln ordered the editors
of tho papcis which published tho mes
sage to be imprisoned in Fort Lafay
ette, but afterwards countermanded tho
order. Joo Howard was arrested the
day following this, and after making a
full confession ho was imprisoned in
Tort Lafayette. Ho wns not kept thoro
long, but by the Intercession of power
ful fi lends ho was released without
The ladles of tho "White Houso nro
thus pleasantly referred to by tho
Washington lady coircspondcnt of tho
Philadelphia l'reti: "Mrs. Iloyt and
Miss Cleveland were seen on Wednes
day by such ladies of their acquaint
ance as scut in their cards betwcefi 2
and 3 o'clock. They received In
formally in tho lied Parlor. It was
Miss Cleveland's first social intcrcourso
since her return, as n bevcro cold con
tracted In Now York nnd nggravated
on her journey Saturday has kept her a
close prisoner. She woro on Wednes
day a lallor-mado dicss of daik brown
wool, with astrachan tilmmlngs of tho
same shndo. A Marshal Neil 1030 was
fastened with careless graco below tho
throat. Sho no longer wcais her hair
in shoit, waving musses, in tho stylo so
becoming to her Inst sining, but con-
lined in a coiuuro, wiucu rous ner taco
of somewhat of its apparent fullness,
though it ealiis in conventionality. She
has thocoidlal light in her eyes of
ono conscious of coming among
friends, and not, as at first, among
btinngcrs nnd, necessarily, critics. I
think tho issuance of her book and tho
many letters it has brought herfiom
iicr countrywomen have dono much to
place her en rappol t with her new and
w Ido constituency. Sho lmpi esses ono
ns having garncicd much harvest from
the Introverted habit of a thoughtful,
single llfo, ono feels that if a solitude,
It baa been aluminous solitude, rich in
its communion with Olympian poweis.
To one lady sho snld yo3tcrdny. "I
w ish tiiat 1 could observe Washington
llfo In its political phase; but I supposo
1 nm too near tho centre to get an ac
curato pcispectlvo on that. 'Tlioso
who live on Mount Atlios do not sco
Mount Atbos.' "
In conversation with nn Alabama
Democrat tho other evening, ono who
Is thoroughly posted, tho Washington
correspondent of tho Birmingham Age,
learned something about tho coming
Congress nnd tho Issues to como beforo
it. IIo snld: "Tho tnrirt, if tho Demo
crats want to remain solid, must be
acted upon in n body, aud swooping
reduction or enlargement of tho fteo
lists will bo dangerous. Why, even If
tho Houso did pass a bill It would bo
killed in the Senate, aud needed legis
latlou would havo to suiter on that ac
count. A liopubllcim Member said to
mo just nftcr Cleveland's election that
if It hadn't been for Sam. Ilandnll and
his followers In defeating: tho Monlson
bill Hlaino would now bo lu tho White
House. I don't think tho war on the
silver dollar will succeed, and silver
will havo tho attention of Cougross for
a iitllo whllo this session. It's tho
Hastern fellows who want silver coinage
suspended, nnd they'll wait. 1
won't bo surprised to sco 11 btll
introduced beforo tho session is
very old to legulato tho differ
ences between capital and labor.
This boycott business is getting to bo
a power to bo feared, nnd unless borne
action Is taken beforo It's too Into bo
rlous consequences ate likely to bo tho
result. Whllo I uphold labor organi
zations and everything thnt tends to ad
vance tho Interests of tho worklugmaii,
I nm opposed to tho method adopted by
tho unions in settling tho dliucultlos
w ith employers. According to tho laws
of some ti ado-unions tho employers
have no rights which they nro bound to
respect. And It's just such laws thnt
will bring nbout in timo ono of tho
gicatebtwiirs betneen labor ami cipl
tul wo ecr dreamed of."
III! Dono lVltll it.
A recent pollosophlcnl treatlso sajs, "Wo
can cuduiu many nn acho and pain, If It Is
soon over" 'Ilicu, let us havo It over us
soon as possible, llio nalu of uouralgh,
foi Instance, or rheumatism, or thu urni) of
various pains following in their tralu Oct
a bottle of Hiowu's Iron Hitters, rl.dit
nvvny, and go to work on thcin. Mr. Jiieob
Harncs, llarnesvlllo, O., wutes, "llrovvu's
Iron Hitters relieved 111) wlfo ot groat norv
ouu prostration, which was so bevcro that
fho had to keep her bed "
Union Hcivlcci of li.iptlrtt.
At tho meeting of tho baptist Payors'
Conference last ev enliig they decide I to
hold a union Thanksgiving sen Ico of all
ibiirclns at tho l'bst HnptUt Chuu'li,
'llilrleenth sticct, between O and It stieets.
"I.o' tlio pool Iiidhiul" il)lui: with rolil.
Won't somo "good Sunurltaii" sen I him a
1 ottlo of Hi. Hull's C'ouli S)iup.
'Aldci'iii'j Dnlrj XI iijoiim."
Huh Aldcrney butter, cliuiiiod evorv
inotnlng ami ilcllurml hi J th "Wm I"
pilule, -I'll . pir Ih. Also cottage cIiojsh,
liutteimllk und sweet milk, He. per qt
I'rerm, 15c pi r pint
Child's Norfolk suit, l'.Ueuun, or 7 .ml C
J'tin'KS AJ ,S'Y;iS.
"Tlio Critic's" Cniiiiiinnts on tlio
AnnisntiiMit or I.nnt 1IoiiIiik
Tho week of Shakspcarlnii ilranms nttho
Ninth Street Opcra-IIoiuo promises to bo
highly cno)nblo. It Is so long slnconny
of tlio great iln wrlgbts1 woiks havo been
seen hero that It wns n posltlvo treat to wit
ness tlio powerful, nUtiaut;ti liiiMbrlcim,
"llntnlcl" last night, llcniciiiberlng Ainu
Dickinson's (ITort with tlio melancholy
Dane, tlio HlmUspenrlan students pioscnt
wero somewhat npprchcnslve. but tholr
fears w ero soon nllnjed Miss I'omeioy has
no Intelligent nnd well ilcflnod conception
of thu purl mid her acting wns hi liinnoiiy.
yiiiiif'ngi'iilleiicss was well portrajod, ntnl
If thcro wns too much of n tciidcnuy to rant
Hint Is a fault to which nit who represent
Jltwiht Incline. Miss l'omeroy will bo
PCCIl lo tiUht 118 llOMllllul lu "As You IilltO
It," lu which she has won much prjlso.
"m Mil Of km s."
Considering the weather tlio audlcnco nt
Albniigh's Opcrn-Huuso was n lurgo ono.
ltwns also tlcmonstintlvc, and a number
of tlio specialties weio encored, With n
few exceptions, tho company that Jingled
tlio "Hunch of Kes" last night was tho
(amo ns tlio 0110 that appeared hero lust
(prlng, Tho changes mndo aro not for tho
iieiur. .Mr. crosuia lakes .Mr. Dowsers
part of Littleton bnngqi, but his perform
mice Is not equal to that of Mr. llowscr.
Miss Nnsh lakes Miss Mcrvlllo'a part of
Tidd;, but Is also disappointing. Iter old
rolo of Jtolli, In which sue won hosts of ad
mirers, suits her better. Her acting Is but
an Imitation of Miss Menlllo's. An Dolly
tho was delightfully original. Tho play
was about tho same as ever. Of course
those who had seen It beforo wero dlsap
pointed, becnuo they found nothing new,
but tlioso who saw It for thu first tlmo
laughed Immoderately, nnd especially at
thu funny scenes In tlio second nnd third
"inn WAors or sts."
A fair-sized audlcnco assembled nt tho
National Theatre last iilght.to witness tho
first pcrforinanco this season ot "Tho
Vacesof bin." Tlioso who wero present
wero amply repaid for their effort by nn ex
cellent performance, llio play Itself mulo
n lilt hero last senson, and Is a powerfully
written mclo drama, and acted by such 11
company as tlio cnu now here, cannot fall to
ninkc a lasting Impression. It was beauti
fully set and went oft without n hitch of
any Kind. "Tho Wages of 8ln" will con
tlnuo through tho week with n special mati
nee pcriormnucc on iuauKsgiing nay.
THE UIKCMANX tONCKUT.
Tlio concert given last night nt Congre
gational Chinch did not meet with tho suc
cess It deserved, 'llio audlcnco was small,
but very appreciative, and Included many
prominent local musicians, who thor
oughly enjojed tho treat prepared for
them. Tho chief interest, of course, cen
tered In Mr. Itiikcmnim, tho joiitig violin
virtuoso, who mndo his first bow beforo tho
public last night, lids gentleman's courso
of study In llcrllu has btcu watched with
Interest by his friends and tho musicians
of this city, nnd tho fiuno of his success
which had preceded him had led them to
expect much fiom him. Tlio universal
vcidlct wns last night that Ids skill far ex
ceeded their fondest expectations. Ills
bowing Is broad nml fiee, whllo his exe
cution Is clean mid wcll-flnUhod. Ills
numbcis Included Hindi's concerto No. 1,
op. 20, lids' "(ioudllcrn,'' WJnlawsU's
"Mazourkn" No. 1, and Wuerst's "Traiim
ercl," with string orchestra and organ ac
companiment. '1 heso selections wero well
calculated to test his abilities, and his re
ception was highly complimentary to tho
young artist. Jlo was assisted by Miss
Mluiilo r.wan, who sang with her usual
excellent tnsto Dellbo's Indian Doll Song
(hakmo) nnd Lassen's "llilno Kjcs so llluo
and Tender," and In responso to n very
emphatic encore, "Cherries Hlpo." Mr. A.
1, King was unablo to bo prrscnt by rea
son ot sickness, nnd Mr. Knoop llllcd his
plnco most ncccptabh, singing nn air from
Zampa, nnd "H With All Your Hearts,"
from Hlljah. Professor Waldccker pro
Bided at thu nlauo, ami, hi addition to tho
thankless task of accompanist, rendered
a concert wultz by Moszl.owskl, In brilliant
Prior to tho presentation of " Itoso
Michel " nt each performance nt tho Dime
Museum this week a first-class olio Is given.
'1 bus a double bill Is tho gicat attraction
offered at this house.
msTiiicv xiour bonooTtS,
An Appeal for Subscriptions by tho
Tho trustees of tho public schools havo
agreed to glvo tho uso of rooms for night
schools, and to direct tho course ot Instruc
tion ns soon as tho necessary funds aro In
hand, aud an effort Is being mado to ralso
tho money by prlvnto subscription, ns tho
public school funds cannot bo npproprlnted
for this purpose. Application will bo mado
to Congress for au appropriation, but In
tbo mcantlmo it Is necessary to havo money,
and It must bo raised from other sources.
Subscriptions will bo received by tho treas
urer, Dr. T. H, Hood, 1000 I street north
west; Mrs. Darwin K. James, Mrs. Morri
son H. Waltc, Mrs. Itussell Sclfrldge, Mrs.
J. M. Ortgory, .Mrs. T. 11. Hood, ilrs. T.
M. Inlbott, Mrs. J, 11. Tupper, committee;
nHo Mis. A. MacArthitr, Mrs. Dr. W. A.
Leonard, .Mrs. Judgo Sncll, Mrs. Senator
Hlnlr, .Mrs. I'rniik Williams, .Mrs Dr. Win.
A. Hartlctt, Mrs. Koss l'crry, Mrs. Asaph
Hnll, Mrs. A. H. Bradloy, Miss Isabel Leu
man aud many others.
Scnntor Hlalr has written a letter, giving
great encouragement to tlio promoters of
the night tchools, and calling attention to
tho good being dono with theso schools In
Boston. Contributions havo been received
fiom Mrs. Dr. W. A. Leonard, $5; editor
of the Jleimllic, $5, Mrs. I.al'etra, $2; Mis.
Vi T), Stroud, $5; Mrs. It. W. Johnson, $");
a friend, $1, nnd Dr. Nell Graham, $1. Con
tributions will also bo received at The
Ciiilio nfllcc, and acknowledgments ot tho
samo will be made.
Samuel lllnl, a colored man residing 011
G street, between 1'lrst und becoud streets
southwest, wns at tho pollco station nt an
early hour this morulug mid reportod that
n thief entered his bedroom last night and
stoloa liuutlug-caso silver watch, ouu black
overcoat, ono double-breasted box coat nnd
other clothing valued In all at about $20.
Thomas D. Colllus, a cab driver for tho
Union 'lrnn6fer Company, reports that
whllo his cab was standing lu front of resi
dence No. 715 II Bticet southwest, )estci
dny afternoon, somo thief was bold enough
to steal nbeav) checkered blauket from off
Charles C'urtln, of No Ot 1 1 street north
vvest, left bis horse, attached to a buggy,
containing somo books and papers, staud
lug In front of No, -111 Hlghtli sticct south
vutt, Inst evening. When ho returned
shortly nftcrvvard ho found tho team miss
ing. IIo Immediately reported to tho po
llco that tho team had been stolen Tho
hoise und wagon, with tho contents un
touched, wero subsequently found astray
b) the police.
James llr) ant, a )0img whlto man, bo
enmo hilariously diunk csterday aud on
Jo)cd a rldo In tho carriage of Jninc9 Wlg
gliitun Ho refused to pay tho hickhlie
when requested to do so, and was driven to
tho l'ollio station, wlicro ho became. boister
ous nml hud to bo locked up ou an addl
tlodal charge of disorderly conduct.
Tl.o now Chief Knglnecr StcCartno), who
sun ceded Chief l'.tiglnccr Smith at tho
Nav)-Yaid, arrived )csterd.iy.
I'our arrests In Hast Washington )estcr
Tho Gcorgo W. Smith, m rested for wast
ing l'otiiuuio wuter, ot vvlildi notice was
mudu In 'Inn Cm no 011 Wednesday last,
was not tho grutlemm ot tint name, en
guged In the signal oflleo nnd living at 'MJ
Nlulb Ktnct southeast, 1101 does ho llvu nt
Olill'eniis)lvuula uvenuo boullivast, ns was
Mi Hid ert l.eltih, Jr , of 131 1'lfth strcut
southeast, hub 11 turnip vvilghlng ten mid
one-half 1 iiiuiiU, which wns giovvu on tho
fnrni of Willi 1111 A. CI irk, In Il-ltord
Com tv. l'eiina , from seed fumlslio 1 by Uiu
II. II. I)oiai vss it Sovs' Cipslciun
( 1 ugh l)iopn 1110 thu result of nvni firtv
vims' cxpwicuco lu cunipouitiliui; cuii ;u
i'l'Miuo Tin) uro tho I it
a luithosovitu 11. mcnruui:
lloiv Air. Unit nF( iilirnriiln Tn!en Ills
111 rent for 1111 Olllrc.
Mr. l'dwnnl 1'vcrctt Hull, who was a
candidate for the Sunojor (iciiornl of Cali
fornia, and who failed to get the appoint
ment, Is by no means cast down, and takes
his defeat nbout ns philosophical!) as nit)
one could, Mr. Hell Is 11 Mugwump, thointli
possibly thocllmnlo of California, which I
so salubrious, may mnko a nuuu mnlahlo
Mugwump of him linn tho rigorous ell
nuito ot tlio New Ihiglnml mid Mlddlo
Slates. In talking with n Ciitrio reporter
this moriilni; Mr, Hell snld tint ho was not
tho kind of mnii to go mound com pi lining
when liowaslcntcit for an office. Ho ad
mitted, though, that ho was qulto anxious
to secure tho ploco for llio reason that ho
thought ho could do tho (lovornmciit
ecrv Ico In hunting dow 11 land-grabbers, nml
reflect Fomoacdlt on himself at tho samo
time. Ho know Mr. Hammond, the suc
cessful applicant, and wns satisfied that bis
appointment wns n good one, nnd that ho
would mako n fearless and clllclcnt ofllclnl.
Sneaking further of tho matter Mr. Hell
snld ho thought tho peculiar attitude of tho
New York Milan umps disgusted Mr.
Cleveland with tho wholo fraternity, and
that weakened his case, though Heaven for
bid that any ono should class him with tlio
New York Mugwumps now.
"Why, their position," nildcil tho gen
tleman, with a degree of emphasis, "wns
nbout tho silliest thing evci' heard ot In tho
last campaign, 'liny claimed lo bo support
ing Cleveland b) voting nnd working for
Davenport, who was running on n platform
that denounced Cleveland ns a sham and a
pretender. Such a position wns absurd In
tho extreme The President walked to tho
polls and put In a straight ticket for Hill
miu 1110 uni.inco 01 uiu men nomiunicii uy
his party. I voted and worked for Mr.
Cleveland, mid I still say that I am glad of
It, and I bclluvo that hu will give tho coun
try a clean, honest Administration. My
own failure docs not discomfort mo. lam
not that Mud of a man."
Mr. Hell was formerly n New York law
)cr. Ho left tho ltepubllcmi party lu 9i2,
nml voted for Cleveland lor Governor
along with tho many thoimmls ot Inde
pendent Republicans who would not sup
port l'olgcr. llo then went to California
and organize d thcro tho Independent move
nun t, mid clnlms Hut 11,000 Republicans
cut looso from Hlaino nnd voted for Clovo
laud lu California.
xiiv vr.xxar's orvoswiox.
Aright to IloJIiido Against tho II,
O.'s Crossing; Xow Joino
Tlio Hnltlmoro it Ohio Itallroad Company
liavo evidently a difficult task before them
In tho construction of their lino to Now
York city from Hound Ilrook, N. J., wlicro
thcyleavo tho Heading road A prominent
ofllclnl of tho Fcnusjlraula Itallroad said
)cstcrday In Philadelphia to a rcportot:
"Now )ou can say thnt the Peiins)lvanla
Hallioad will fight every Inch of tho way
from Hound Brook to tho Kill von Kull.
Already wo aio assured ot tho hearty co
operation of tlio Lehigh ltoad, whoso coal
terminals nt Perth Amboy will bo seriously
damaged by an brldgo across tho Kill von
Kull; of the Jeiscy Central, which rcents
mi nbsoluto paralleling ot Its lino from
Hound Hiook toi;ilzabcthport,nnd byother
local lntcicsts that Mr. Garrett has notjet
dreamed of rising against him. lhoront
Is not built across Now Jersey, nnd Mr.
Garrett has not been furnished with his per
mit from llio Legislature of that Stato to
build tho Kill von Kull bridge. What docs
n New York brldgo charter amount to ?
Ho must laud his structuro ou New Jersey
Of Cornet Ih,
a woman's waist
ou which a coisct tight
Is laced. Tho ribs deform
ed by being squeezed press
on tho luugs till they aro
dlscabcd. 'llio heart
is Jammed aud
digest and In a mess
me all compressed. 'Ihcro
foro this silly woman grows to
bo a fearful moss of woes, but
thinks sho has n lovely shape, tho'
hideous as a crippled ape.
Mil I I
Is n woman's
which corset never vet
disgraced, Insldo It Is
a iniiio of health, Outsldo
of charms It has a wealth.
It Is a thlug of beauty truo
und a sweet Joy forever
new. It needs no art
ful padding vllo
or bustles big
to glvo it stjle."
It's ttioug and solid
plump and sound nnd
lmrd to get ono nrm around.
Alns, If women only knew tho
mischief that theso corsets
do, thc)'d let D.amo Na
tr) her waist to "6tay."
II. C. Dodgo lu tho Chicago Sun.
Ir )0U nrouflllctcd with rheumatism, neu
ralgia, gout or other bodily pain, or If )0U
hav e a sprained w rlst or atiKlo v ou ought at
ouco to procure a bottlo of Salvation Oil,
the greatest euro on earth for pain, It only
costs 25 cents a bottlo.
Tho )omig violinist, Slgnora Tcreslma
Tun, lirn, just signed nn agreement for a
grand tour lu Ameilca In lbsO-7, for which
Amehic vn Hai Ml (.ul: Is a favorlto nrtlclo
In American laundries Try It, )ou will
uovcrusonuy other Itlsjust vvhatjou
run sai.i: at my hii.t.iaui)
lli.oins.on the northwest cormr cth und 0
stsnw, tho llriuiswlik ll.ilko Cullender Co
ct It brand Illlllaid and Pool Tables with tlio
vvcnlil riniivviud inoiinrilinulokcusliloii.wltli
cutulogiiuor nil tho latest doslgns ot Imi llx
limn Alo, sevirul second hand llllllnrdnnd
Pool Tiiblt llllllard and Pool supplies of all
kinds for mlo at factor) prices Alti ring, ro
I airing and cov crliig 'ruble a sneilnlty
' BEN C()()I.iV,
501 (' st 11 w
Having recently fitted up a.
In connection with mj PATENT PUOC'Ksd,
I nm 1 rei mill to luiuiih
lLllfcTHAHliN'j Al NEW lOltli PRICES.
Photoginphliig oiiWikhI fin thu t'l.ido.
118 ELEVENTH S'lItEIH" N. W.
JS-rj !J.iilr lJr:-;.or
llrnno'' onite ouiitlisi n w
Now n out Hi t-o Ih dtlirli.'
W. H. HOEKE,
Gamin, Furiiitnre, Bsdi and liittry Goods.
HEADDUARTEHS TOR BOTTOM CASH PRICES.
I'eforo making jour felectlons you should sco our lines of IP03S.THDB13I1S.
Over to different patterns ranging fiom S5 to $110 a window.
I'l'HOLSTEKY COOPS III nil qualities.
Is our specially. NOTTINGHAM, ANTKjri!, SWISS, HUUSSHI.S nnd ItnAb T.AC11 In gront
variety. JIADltAH CUHTAIN8 In nil shading!.
t'nrpetM III All (.iiiili'H ntnl iiiilltleH ul l.ovn-Ht Cnnli 1'ilres.
Parlor, Library, Dining-Room, Office & Chamber Purnituro
In nil Woods.
Call nnd sco ns. Wo promise you Good 'ooiIn, I.ovv I'llrcn, I'nlr Iti'iillne. Po.
lite At tint Inn and nn I'hiIIchn Htorle from which to miko your selection
W. EC. HOEKE7
801 Market Spaco. v
ThU it the only Charttnd Lottery of any Stale
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporate In 1SC3 for S3 years by tho
LcgWaluro for IMucntlonnl and Charltablo
t urposes with a Capital of $t,(Uci,uui to
w hicli n reierv o fund of ov er SMO.uou has shico
Uy an overwhelming popular voto Its fran-chl-owas
mado u part of tho present Stato
Constitution adopted December 2, A D. ISTil.
A fcl'LENDID OPrOIlTtTNITY TO WIN A
Its Grand Slnglo Number Drawing will tako
plnio monthly. It Never bcalosor l'ostpmes
Look nt thu following Distribution:
Kxtriinrtllniiry Scml-Annitnl llruvv
lng, Clas M,at Sow Orleans, IJccomber 15,
lt&3, under tho buperv Islou and Managcmo it of
Qen. G. T. BEAUREGARD, of Louisiana,
and Gen. JUBAL A. EARLY, of Virginia.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
ESTMITICi: TlrltelH nro $10 only.
Halves, $0. I'lfllin, $S. Tenths, $1.
I ist or rnizrs.
i cAriTALPnizi: or si,ooo.
i oiiAM) l'lim: or bo.oho.
i oitANi) pitii: op
suMKii: i'ini:s or
t i.Ait(ii: 1'ituLS or
100 Approximation Prizes S-W SO.ono
IW do do 100 ... . 10,O
100 llo do 75 T.5U0
2,570 prizes, amounting to S3iJ,500
" H' ilo Kenny certify tnat tee ttiperrlte the ar
ranqttnente or all the Montfjy and Semi .In.
ttual llraiclnqe of the Louisiana State Lntttry
Vomixiny ana In person manage ami control the
Draiclny otmtlite, and that the eaine are con
ducted ultli hontnly,falmeie andingood faith
touatd all tartUs. 11 authorize the Com
oanyto vsethtt ceitllcale. uUhfac-slmltee of
our slgnatuns attached. In its adurtlsements."
Application for rates to clubs should bo
mniluonlyto tho ofllco of tho Company In
I'or further Information, wrlto clearly, giv
ing full address.
t-B-Tiomlt bv POSTAL NOTE.
Xlinipr Oirb r. "N'ew Yoik rxehaugo. or
ouNcw Orlcnns. letters with Currency In
v arlnbly by Express (Wo pay express churges
on all sums of S3 or upward).
Addressed: 31. A. DAUl'HIN,
Now Orlanns, r.n.
Address ItegWercd letters nnd mako Tost
ofllco Jlonoy Oulirs pasablo to
NEW CHILEANS NATIONAL HANK,
LOUISIANA NATIONAL DANK,
STATE NATIONAL HANK,
GE11MANIA NATIONAL HANK,
Now Orleans, La.
For Generating Steam.
For Cooking Purposes.
For Heating by furnace.
For heating by Latrobc.
For Open Grates.
It Is r.aell) Ignited.
It .Makes n Quick, Hot Flro.
It Does Not Burn Out tho Grato.
It Is Kconomlcal.
It Will Va) to Try It.
rOH SALE BY TUB
Washington Gaslight Oom'y.
40 llushels, Criliheil
tin Ilinluls, Crukhed
40 l'mliol, Not ('ruslicil
Si litiihols, Nel Cniskud
. 2 50
arDcllvercd to Any Part of Washington
Dtow's Now Drug Store,
NINTH ST AND l'ISNN. AVE.
TT Ojin ml night
308 and 310 Eighth Street.
Tho Leading Instruments
of the Age.
di'.oki'.u linos., r.sTiiv, iisciii:u
Pianos nnd Organs for rent nnd sol t en
SANDERS & STAYMAN
(JAIIVI3 BUTLCU IN ClIAHaE),
031 1' St. Northwest, "WasliliiBtoii, I.C.
IB NOItTII CIIAHLHS ST , HALTIMOIU:, JID
JOHN F, ELLIS & CO.,
No. 937 Pa. Ave, N.W.
lliiecnuileil lu Tone, Touch. AVorli
mmiblilp nml IMuabllltj.
At All Trlcos.
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Wm. Knabe & Oo
ni7 aiAitui'.T spaci:
W. G. METZEROTT & CO.,
003 Pennsylvania Avenuo, second door vvost
of Ninth street,
K -LK ACIENTS FOR.
Ohiokering andJamos ds Holmstrom
CI.OUOH AMJWAItllEN OISC1AN9,
And all MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
BEST WASHING BLUE
It N Not 1'iil-oiinin, Aids Itlimolilui; ut
W iihli unit lilvos It 11 Itluli (lloss,
10 HE HAD OF 0 It OHOIEU
AMllltlC VM'l.-lllAMAllIM: WOIIKS
No. 55 Mil I do 11 l.iino, N. .
437 bEVENTIl S11IEET N. W.
O. P. BURDETTE,
TiillirKitrlli, tVpsI unit Hitiitliwcst.
iKuUr rmrk VplrmM flrmery.
Mtrl Jliitlt tognl Hunt julpnunt ,
in rrrrer Nnvrvinrn 1(5, 18815.
Tralnt trarr Ua-hliiolon fiom ttallon, eomer
of Mirth ami 11 im it im oltmee:
l"iir Pittsburg nnd tho West. Chlongo Limited
I'Kprom of l'ulneoHlooplnBt'nrsntlt Win, m,
dully; I'nst I.lno, I) r0 n m dally to Otncln
milfmid Nt lAinls, wllhSleciilng Curs frorrJ
llnrrlsburttto Clnclnnntl nnd Hotel Cur to
fct fouls; dally, oxcent Saturday, to Chlongo,
Willi Sleeping Cnr Altonim to CIiloeo Chi
nnijianil Clnclnnntl Kxprom at 7.1(1 p. m.
dBuy, with Sleeping Cars Wnshlngton to Chl
ingiiunil llarrlsbiirg lo I.ouMvlllo; coti-'eet-Ingut
llnrrlsburgvvltliVVostern Express with
thronrdislcepeisror ft Units I'aclflo Hx
press, inn in. dully for I'lttsbnrv anil tlio
west, Willi through sleeper Harrlsburg to
Llilingo nml Cleveland.
HAl.TIMOIIi: X POTOMAC llAILHOAD.
I'or Trie, Canmidalgnn, ltmluntcr. IlnfTalo,
Nl.ignrn, lo p in dally, vxi cpt Saturday,
with Palace Cars Washington to ltochoster.
I'or V llllttiniiiirt, Unk llnven nnd Klmlru, at
II no n m dally, except buiulny.
I'or New iork and tho I'ast, 7;ir, 8. to and
11a m , '2, t, to nml 11 '. p m. On Sun
ilay.81',0 a m , a, I 10 nnd 11:2(1 p.m.
United I.xpnss of Pullman Parlor Cars
It, Hi ii in. dally, oxi cpt Sunday.
For llostonwltliimtclniige.up m ovcryday.
I'or Ilrooklvn.N Y .all through trains connect
nt. Jersey ( it? with boats of lirnoklyn Annox,
nfforilltigdlri(ttrnnfcr to l'ulton slroot,
molding double fcrrlago across How York
rorf'hllndclphln. 7115, 8. '10 nnd lln.m.'i,
4, II, ill nml 11 aop in. On Sunday, 8 III
n in, 'J, t, II, 10 nnd ll:2ll p. m. Limited
Hxiress, ti ion in dally, cxiept Sunday.
For llaltlmoro, il'M, 7:ln, 810, l to niifj,
noon m , l'J (r,,'J, 1, t-'ii, 1:10,(1,7:10,
10 and 11 "in p in On Sunday, H no, I) so.
Un.m, !, 4.(1.7:10, Hi nnd ll.W) p.m.
Tor l'opo's Creek Line, 7:15 n. m ,and -1,10 p.
m dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7:115 n tn , 12 01 nnd 4 "26 p.
m dally, except Sunday. On Similar 4 pro,
AI.HVANimiA AVI) l'lli'DRIW'KHIIUUU
1UII.11.VV AMI Al.r;.A.MIIIIA A
For Aloxnndrla, 0, 7, II 25, 11 01 and 11 35
n, m, 2(1-,, 12(1, 1 ,1-,, Hill. HO' nnd 1117
li m On Sunday nt 0, 1)25,11 01 a. in,
8 oa p in.
For Itlchmond and tho South, 0 and 11-01 n,
m dully mid 4..1" p m dally, oxcunt Sunday.
Trnlns leavo Alexnndrla for Washington (1 u ,,
8, Ki, in 10 ii. in , I, ii ()-, :i 2 1, i:io, 7.01!
mid 10 12 p m nnd 12 10 midnight, oxeopt
Monday. On .Sunday at H and 10.10 a.m.
7 05 nnd 10 12 11. in. and 12 10 nlsht.
'1 Ickets nnd Information at tbo ofllco. north
cast corner of Thirteenth street mid Pennsy
lvania nvenuo, nnd nt tho stntlon, where or
der cun bo left for tho checking ot baggage
to destination from hotels and resiliences.
ciiAs j rutin, J. It. WOOD,
fienftal Manager. Clin Jmtng(r Agent.
BALTIMORE &0HI0 RAILROAD.
BCHF.nui.it tv TirrECT runday, my a,
1SS5, UNTIL fuhtiieu notice.
Leavo Wnhlngton from Stntlon, corner Now
Jersey nvenuo nnd 0 street.
Tor Chicago, 10 a. m, mid 10 10 p ra. d.illy,
Tho 10 a. m. Is a Fast Limited Hxprois to
Pittsburg and Chicago, arriving In Pittsburg
nt 7.30 p. m , Chicago next morning nt 8 5".
No oxtru faro Is charged on this train for fast
For Cincinnati, Loulsvl llo andKt. Louis dally
nt 3 30 p. m. nnd 10 10 p. m with through
conches nnd 1'alaco bleeping curs to nboro
points without chnngo. 'I'm p. m. train Is a
fnstlhnlted train to Clnclnnntl and St Louis,
arriving In Cincinnati next morning at 7:15,
bt, I ouls (1 '10 p. tn No extra faro Is charged
on tills train fur fast tlmo.
For Pittsburg nt 10 a. m., with Parlor Car,
and 0:10 p. m. dnlly to Pittsburg, Cleveland
and l)i trolt, with sleeping cars to IMttsburg.
Forlliltlmoroon week days 5, 11:10, (HID,
7:'H), 8.30 and 10 oa n tn 12:lo, l:2i, nlrt
(in mlnuto train), 3 30, l:JO, 1:10, G: 10, 0:10,
7, 8 25 nnd 11 p m
1 or Hnltlmoro on Sundays (1 10, 7.30, 8 .10
and 10 05 b. m., 125. 1.30, U JO, 1:10,5:10,
(I 10.7. 8 25 and 11 p in.
For points on tho Shenandoah Vnlloy Itall
road nnd points South, fi top m dully, with
Pullman bleeper from Washington to Now
lor Annapolis, 0 10 a. m. and 12.10 nnd
4 30 p. m.; on hundav, 8.30 a. m. and 110
Tor way stations between Washington nnd
Hnltlmoro. S. (I 10. 8. 10 a. m.. 12 10, 3.10,
4:10, 7 mid 11 p. in. On Sundays, 8 30 n. m.,
1 30, 3 30, t 10, 7 und 11p.m. I'or stations
on Metropolitan Ilranch, 7.25 n. m. and 11:15
p m. uauy, except Sunday, and 5 30 p. in.
dally; 4.10 p. m. dally, oxeopt Similar.
Krlnclpal stations on Metropolitan Hranoh;
to 11. in dull? on bundav stons nt nil stn-
to u, in dally on Sunday stops at all stn-
3ns: fur Lcxlnirtnn. Ktnnntnn nml Vnllff
tlons; for Lexington, Staunton and Vnlloy
llraneh. 8.10 n. in. ilntlv. oiecnt Hiindm. for
Frederick, 8.40 a. m , 4.MJ p. m. dully, except
For local stations bctwocn Washington and
Onlthersburg, 12 30 p. m. dally, oxeopt Sun
dar. For Ilagcrstown nnd Winchester, 8. 10 a. m.
dnlly, except Sunday, und C JO p. m. dally to
Hngerstowu; dally, except Sunday, to Win
chester T rains nrrlvo from tho West dnlly, 0, 7.20 a.
m. 1:15, 150 (New Orleans Express), and
0 30p m.
nom Annapolis, 8 30 n. m. and 1 50 and
O'-'lp in.: sunday,10 35n ra. nnd (1 35 p.m.
From Lexington, 6 do p. m. dally, oxcept
IToin Frederick and Intcrmedlato points,
8 25 a. in. and S 15 p. ra. dally, oxeopt Sun
dav. Trains leavo Hnltlmoro for Washington nt
510,(1 30,7 20,0,0 01 and 1(1 30 a.m ,12 15,
2 30, 3, 1, 4 20. 5, (i 30, 8, t) and lip. in. On
Sundays, 0 30, 720, I) nnd O 05 a. m , 1.30,
2 .10. -1 20, 6. 0 30, 8, 0 nnd 11 p. ra.
All trains from Washington stop at Itolay
Stntlon, except 1 25, 3,15 and 0 10 p. in.
For further Information upiily at tho Haiti
moro & Ohio ticket ofllco Washington Sta
tion, OlOandlJSll'ennn. nvecorncrof ltth
st , w hero orders will bo taken for bnggago to
bo checked and received at any point tn tho
city O. K. LOUD, 0.1. A.
II DUNHAM. Pen Mnn . naltlmoro.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
(LEAVE 11 & 1 DEPOT, SIXTH AND II ST3 )
7 00 A M For nil wny stations, Lexington,
Ky Louisville, Cincinnati Columbus, St.
Louis Daily except Sunday
11 00 A JI -For Newport News.Old rlnt
Comfort nnd Norfolk. Dally oxeopt bun-
5 30 1' JI-ror Louisville. Cincinnati, St.
Louis and Chicago, connecting for all
points West, Northwest and Southwest;
last uxprcsHilullv: docs not slop for local
business, through Pullman service to
I oulsvlllo nnd Cincinnati
For tickets and Information apply ntC. &
0 ltallwav olllio, Ha Pennsylvania nvenuo,
under National Hotel, Va Midland Hallway
ofllco, U)l Pennsylvania nvenue, undH. X I'.
II W rULLEH,
General Passenger Agent.
C. W SMITH.
1 HANK '1 MOO, 1'iistern r.ascngcr Agent.
1 elepl ono cull KiS-1
WASHINGTON, OHIO fi. WESTERN R. R.
On and nftcr AUOUbT 30, 1885, trains will
leave irom ana arivo at, utnana u
sts. Depot as follows
Leave Washington 0 a. m. and 1 35 p. tn .
dally; urrlvo at llclmont Park lo 51 n m. and
U-2Up m ; Leesburg 11 01 a m and (1 LIU p.
rn ; arrive nt Hound 11111 at 11.13 a. m and
7:18 p m
Hcturntng, leavo Hound Hill 0 01 n m. nnd
3 00p ra pass leesburg (I 12 a m and 1.30
p m , Uehaovi Park (1 51 a m undo, JO p, ra.,
ami urrlvo at V ashlngton ut 8 J5 a. ra. and
7 10 p li
on Miniluys tho train leaving Washington
ntlia in 011I5 runitoLiesburg, nnd tkotiuln
urilvlii.'iit 7 lop in f turfs from Leesburg.
spei lul excursion rntcs and bunday trains
to iJelinunt l'urk Monthly and commuta
tion rules tn all tnilnts.
S M liltol'll,SHpt. Alexandria, Va.
K .1 I Ol KVV OOD, Pass. Agt., 507 I'd. nve.
Woshliu-tnn f) e
fjl'l ( 1 i. Minn:
O llio STEAM EH EXCELSIOH
V.AM1FN0T0N AND NOHFOLK LINE
Will be withdrawn from tho routo after bUN
Tho STEAMKIt OEOHOE LEAHY, com
men. lng SKITEMHElt 21,w 111 leavo Tth street
wharf MONDAYS. WE1)NI1)A1S AND Fill
liAVh ut 6 10 p m ltcturnlng, leo7o NOIt
1 1 'IK trom Itostnn vvhnrf, on TLESDAYS,
'IHlHbDABANDSA'll'ltl)ASat In m
WM 1' VVLI.CU,
Tt. vi:iinon t
IcuvrB7thst vv harf dnlly, cxeeit Sunday, for
Mt Vernon nt 10 o'lloik a 111 ; returning,
reaches W ashlngton nl out 3.:op in.
I, I, lll.XKE. C'aptnln.
ri'iiM 1 luIK M)
i I Ol I I Ml l.oi
HIE I Villi steamer
(.lnllil I i-lt Miindiij, Wwliiondiy ami
1 il ii, limn (kiI nt rib t , at MM p in.
Si 1 uu 1 in- and th ki tn at H iltlmnro & Ohio
OIV111. 1 "1 imi (l) I'.i uvc.St lluro Hotel
unit Km x l-AiRi-n, (KB Pa uvo, who wlllaUo
ihnk tivi-iv fiom lintels nud pilvntonwl
Jimi'. lu fiinhii Infonnntlon Innulro at
( 1 1 1.1 . uiiln, 7th ai, ivliuit. ruLtphouo
...I. ll IIAV I1. WKI OU. Q.M1. Agent.
TT 0V lAlirt
j Fortress Monrou and Norfolk.
1 iri-t iiu fi.ie !, Itound-trlp $1 25.
rtiiurir lunoMosoloy JtoncUy, WeilnMilay
aid sutiudii at 5 JO p in
Pir im and root . s stn met at general olHee,
bt II Ii tl nl 1 , T kilionoeiH. 01
I'll Itiv r I uulliiK -tt unei Uinni
son Mi ui i.r W cdiic-dai und 1'rid.u al 7 u.m