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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2.j, 1885.
T VST llIltlilVMII A I'lNI".
Mon'o and Boys' Clothing
At 1 1 Ice Hint will doft, competition. Men's
In- mere Suits, from $1 tip: Moil's Ovurno.it,
from S I MMo J0: clilliVn Ovcrroats, ngn a to
H, fcrMnnd lip: Dovs'0,erotmts, ago u to IS,
from J.v upwards: Boys' Suits, ng 4 to 11, )
nnd 81. tips Hoys' Sdiool Stilts, ago 10 to II,
S3 GO to gfit our lio Undershirts nml Drawers
fmnl to bent: Boys' Bn. Shirts. -Bo. Polo
O im. ftp Hi'lionl Hats: our si Vllssos'unl
Bins' School Ime, ix)Ml;IHo. Ho 1 I'l tmicl
Shirts and Dinwcrs: good hals for Wo, nnd
81: Dns' Single 1'iiiits onlv Wo,
Selling Cheap for Ciudi nt
1011 AND 101B PHNN. AVE.
tin fiinn. avunui:,
Winter Overcoatings autl Snitinas
Of 1117 own Importation, nowronolvcd, (lontlo
men, plcnso cnll, Ihspcct nnd lcavo your or
ders nt tho Leading Tailoring Establishment
of Washington. Best Hoods. Host Trim
mings. Mono but first class workmen om
ploiod at 1111 Pennsylvania Avenue.
13.. JO. EJ-AJRPl
Importor and Tailor.
Broadway Diagiual Over
coats. Illuo nnd Drown, Sack nnd Snrtout, Silk
Mncd nnd Worsted Lined.
E. B. BARNUM & CO
001 Ponna. Avonuo.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Nowlsthatlmotn look about for tho right
placo to our )r Fall und Winter Shoos. In
onr stock embraces everything do'lr.ablo In
stylo nnd qunllty to which wo uro wookly,
n.dlug new Hues. In
Misses' nnd Childron's
wolmolliobesl makes for woar and comi
fort. To our
wo call yonr special nttcntlon. If you want
nDHESS SHOE wo havo
Flno French Klil Congress nnd Button.
lino patent Leather Congress nnd Laco.
Vino French Cnlf Congress Laco and Button,
all of tliu bust makes.
But tlu shoo that tnlks for stylo, comfort,!
perfect lit nnd good wenr Is our lino calf,
mv ed, In every style, Inclining tlio WAUKEN
l'HAST nt S3, thu bout shoo for tho money
that can bo told.
DAL"! ON & STRICKLAND,
:!! I'uimn. Avenue.
One-Price Shoe Store.
A. L. HAZF.LTOH, 0&
433 Seventh Street,
tinder Odd.Ppllnws' Unll.
TJ. 0. Burt's l'lno Shoe? for Ladles il spoclalty.
2;ji 10th St. .Mt7 027 Va. AveT EmU
I have a lot of Flno Shoos, my own mako,
tnat I will soil at n bargain. Glvo mo a trial.
PILLS OF TANSYnMr'r.
vvnj s cffcctunl. Sealed particular, acts. Wit'
cox Hpeclllc Mcdlclno Co.. 1'lilladelplila, Pn,
I am n native of England, nnd whllo I was
In that country I contracted n terrible blood
poison, nnd for two jenrs was under treat
ment nt nn out-door patient nt Nottingham
Hospital, England, but was not cured. 1 suf
fered tlio most ngonlzlng pains In my bonos,
nnd was eouicd with sores nlloer my body
nnd limbs, finally I completely lost all hopo
In thnt country, nnd sailed for America, nnd
was treated nt Hoosavelt In this city, ns well
ns by n prominent physician In Now York haw
Ing no connection w lfh tho hospltnis.
1 saw tho advertisement or Sniffs Spcclflo,
nnd I (letcrinlnod to glo It a trial. I took six
bottles, and I can say w Ith grout Joy tint thoy.
havo cured mo entirely, I am ns Bound nnd
well asl over was In my Ufa.
. , , L. FEED HALl'OrtD.
Now York City, Juno l.'th, 1831.
In March of Inst year (1R8I) I contrnotod
Mood rolson, and belugln Savannah, Ua, nt
tho tlmo,l,cnt Into tho hospital thoro for treat
ment. 1 suffered v cry much from rheumatism
ntthosumotlmo. ldld not get woll under tlio
treatment tbcro, nor was I curod by nny of thu
usual means. I havo now taken soven bottles
of Swift's Spctlllo nnd nm sound nnd well.
Itdroutho poison out through bolls on tho
Ekln. Dan Leahy-.
Jersey City, N, J., Aug, 7, 1883,
Treatise on Blood nud Skin Diseases mallod
Tin: Swift Sr-Fcmo Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta,
Ga.i N. Y.. 1ST W. aid St.
MANLY VIGOR MMtMffi!
l'olls-, Alitiso or lixccssos, promptly 10
Btored by n now nnd tnsy motlmil. Quick
results, Spanish Trochees uro luirmloss,
quick nnd luntiiiK. Sealed Ilonk l'roo.
"The only perfect remedy J eier vied, lam all
ell." s. I,. y',o..
VON GKAKLi- TltOCIIUi: CO.,B0;Pnrlc
l'lucc. X. Y.
Tlio Original and. Only dennino.
rHto utl ftlwtji ReUAbl0. Heviro or worthlrM Imitation!.
Intllincnikltl to LAPIE9. Auk your llracglot fur
"ChictiMter'iiEBa;Tliirt"ftoA Uko noothtrtor doloiola
WLtmpi) to u tat l trUcultrf in tiller hr return nam
AME PAPER. C'hlche.tcr Chrmlrul Co.,
At IrugglU. Tratto mrilled t ltollcr A' rilioo.
maker, I'tilladelplitii, Vu.
A Quick, Perma
nent VUIti: for
LOST MANHOOD. OIMIII..
W1!AKN1:SS. No Oliaoli.
ory. INIHSIMITAIIM: l'ltOOTS. Book
by mall, SIIAIYIU), l'lti:K.
jIuu: .iii:im.vi. co.. mural o. x. v.
0 1 . n. .. thofflfAM BAffl
Inlliiniuiii tl on. f,J'? ir- VV i A
iru..l. G.tma ?nl'A,,'''
.. .i..c .IwA
of Tusto, Heiti4ift
A qnlcl. Itollef.LVfewy UA.
flltKAM llAL.tt has gained nncuvlnblo
reputation, displacing ull other preparations.
A pari Iclo Is npplltil Into ( neh uosti 11; no pain;
agrueublo to use. I'rleo 6i)o. by mall or nt
druggists. Keiul for circular. ELY BltOd.,
Wniifglstii, Owtgo.N. Y.
it rt twkr ruminfi'uiiM
ITCHING PILES ?.'.-'::;
l.t J Yl HL1I. Atittl
r;ui lt.it l'l-mattiro, Dcunr, ,Ni mmo ilot-'lll, l.,t
Iitii!im,il, Aa , Im.lni; tni'il In vnlti cr Vnonti
rmoity liaacli k4tirtilnhnili)Uianno silt.tnri..
tthljill ho will iwriil 1'HKIi toliuliillii.mfrriH;
a jvi:w niHcovi:itv.
Instant relief for Cold In tho lload, Soro
Noso. "No Illotsii ns," fitarrli liny l'ever,
&.O. ISo. u box. For salo by ill drugitUts.
'i nfitmttif f I rytvnv
mnwuimuu un.iiui ,
niK BKvr in the nisruiOT.
8AMUEI, 0. PALM5B, Ajiut.
liil TWENXy-NINTH ST. M01lTUWbT
. & Of HAS
Tin; 'j'osm ii xh iiii'ii.
lie froH'e dun come, nn' do 'possum Is ripe,
Ilcltcr'ti nny bccfslcnk, lictter'n any tripe,
I rolls him In do nehes nn' I Krnbllcs oil his
.Oh .lurnnsv ho,
Tnko 'ere, clillltm, I eoul' tlio right tlirtr,
Oh, 1nrnti(ty lil, lio, iloin ycr hcnli
Oil, .Itirnimy hi low, tlonn j-cr licah
mo hutnnilli' f
lieu, oh tint! tor do bright star cr
hliilit1 In dosouf,
An', oh, elni; Icr tie 'possum cz ho
goes Into jcrmouf.
Doolo-tlino tiljtgcr lie ntn got a lender natcr,
Au' lio's Kot n mighty tnou'f fur do yollcr
Como 'cr, haul outdo pan nn' stir loun' do
Oh, Jtiraujry ho.
nincl; nlcger's inouf ao Hippy up ter flop,
Oh, Jurangy ho.
Oh, .lurntigy hi, ho, tlonn ycr hcnli
Oh, Jurnntry Id low, tloati ycr lioah
mo liiitntntn' ?
Den, nli, sing ter do bright star or
shlnln' In do souf,
An', oh, ship; ter do 'possum cz ho
goes Into ycr inouf.
AUNT MITTABLE'S THINGS,
11Y LUCY IIANHAI.Ii COMl'OnT,
Tlio ornngo glow of tho MrircU twi
light tliruw tlio lo.illcss copsci Into
strong relief; tho llttlo brook Intel
burst Its thick crust of Ico nml sing
mcnlly under the velvet fringes of tha
jiussy willows, niut tip from (ho woods
there enmo nn Indescribable odor of
spring. A red ling, rolled up nnd lied
nrouttd lis stick by a hemp string, lay
just Inside tho door-yard, when .Mrs.
Grlgson enme In with tho Inst pall of
writer thnt she should over drnw from
tho old well. Shu sighed ns she filled
tho squat copper kcltlo nnd hung It
ocr the flro.
"Thu miction snlo Is to-morrow,"
snld Mic, "nnd Inecr was so glad of
mi) thing In nil my born days. Sech n
lime ns I'vo luwl cleanln tip nnd scrub
bin' down nnd" scourln' nnd pollshln I
There ain't a bono In my body but
"It's nil tlmo nnd troublo thrown
awny," bcpulchrally observed JIlss
ICclchum, who had dropped iu on hor
way to the store; "tho oltl traps won't
sell for u sixpence nplcco you seo If
'"Hut tho things ain't no use to mo,"
said Mrs. Orlgsou, "and I need a llttlo
money so awful badl As for tho poor
luck 'I'vo hnd right straight through,
there ain't no calculntln' It. lit I was
to tell you, Mnrthn Ketchutn, you
wouldn't bellovc it, Kveu down to my
Inst gold dollnrl"
"Kb?" said Jliss Ketchum. Being
of a melancholy turn, sho liked to hear
sad recilnls, although personnlly her
sympathies wcio cnllslcd on tho widow
"Why, It was Inst week," said Mrs.
Grlgson, In tho level complaining tono
thntJilwnj-s reminded you of tho llttlo
biook down In tho hollow, "brother
Lyman left his llttlo Ilrnzll monkey
hero over night. Ho was a-caloulatlu'
to sell it to Jlrs. Gnrtncy's llttlo boy,
John Henry. And ef you'll believe
me, the mls'nblo critter swallowed tho
gold dollar I'd left on my bureau to
pay tho meat peddler with, and
dioppcd my silver specs down tho
"Lai" snld Miss ICotchum.
"I seen him champin' it between his
jnws," snld Mrs. Grlgson, "nnd shnko
nnd f(jucc7Q him as I would, I couldn't
get It out of him."
"Well, I never did!" remarked tho
"It did seem ns ef thnt wns tlio last
straw Hint broko tho camel's back,"
sighed Mrs. Grlgson. "Brother Lyman
ho wns dreadful consnrncd about it, but
ho couldn't do nothln' for me. Ho of
fered to LIU tho monkey, but I knowed
how disappointed John Henry Gartucy
would be, and, after all, tho critter has
only ncted nccordln' to Its natur', and
they was to pay Ilrothor Lyman a dollar
ami nhnlf for him. As for tho specs,
brother Lyman Ilshcd 'cm up with u
long polo with n crooked plu hitched
on to tho end on't. Tho glasses waj
broke, but tho frames is cood yoU
I'm cnlkilnllu' to get 'enf mended
"Wonder how much tho feather bods
'11 go for?" snld Miss Ketchum, breaks
ing In on tho monotonous refrain.
"Thcienln't no tclllii'," said Mrs.
Grlgson. "Thoy'ro dreadful old. Aunt
Mtttnblo sho'd kep' houso for forty
year, nnd never hnd nothing now. I
don't s'poso nn auction salo will pay;
but what clso could I do with all tho
old duds? Squlio Dnggott wants pos
sesslou of tho placo at oneo, nnd "
"Ain't gwine to sell theso 'cro houso
plants, bo yo?" said Miss Ketchum,
nodding towaul a grceu-palnted stand
in tho corner.
"Brother Lyman thought thoy might
fetch n low cents," said Mrs. Grlgson.
"And tho stand ought to bo worth a
quarter of a dollar. It had a now
coatofpnlut n year ago. I glvo ono
J'rusalcm cherry tree to Abigail U ir
ton for helpln' mo to clean out tlio old
cupboards. She's been dreadful nolgh
borly, and sho wouldn't take n penuy
for what sho did."
"Moro fool sho," curtly observed
Miss Ketchum. I'd llko that thar
monthly roso with tho striped blossoms
"Itlsprclly," said Mrs. Grlgson, Ig,
noring the broad hint. "And I gucs-t
It'll sell cheap. I'd like some friend
to hev it, for tho slip it (trowed from
was glvo mo by Grlgson tho very llrst
year wo wns married,"
And as sho was not Invited to stay to
ten, Miss Ketchum nt last went away,
leaving Mrs. Gilgson sitting: soriow
fully befoio tho Uro of discarded barrel
staves, ruinous packing boxes, ancient
chnir legs, and wooden stools which
had absolutely lofused to bo mado ca
pable of further service. "Aunt Mil
tablo" which name was n perversion
of tho good old Now Lugland promo
men Muliltablo had been all tho
mother sho had known, nnd it seemed
lonesome enough to bo sitting thoro In
the cinptlng houso with Aunt Mittablo
tucked away In a corner of tho frozen
churchyard. Her husband was dead
nnd her three llttlo childicu wero strug
gling up In tho world ns host they
could. She hnd a position ns janltrcss
in a public school, but sho had lost It
when sho enmo to Mullein Farm to
nurbo Aunt Mittablo lu her Inst Illness;
nnd now bho scaiecly knew which way
to turn. Brother Lyman, hor only liv.
lug lelallvo, was poorer than herself
tigood-hcaiteil, empty-poeketed mm,
who occupied somo position on a sill
ing M'sscl between Boston and the
Aores Islands. Thoro was a moitir.rjo
tin Iho phco which hnd swallowed up
nllnsplrntions In tlio direction of selling
It, nud Mia. Grlgson faintly hoped that
Iho auction wilo might holptopiy tlio
oxnoiiris of her old aunt's buri il
Otherwise sho did not, to use her o,wi
cmiicssIoii, 'Vo her way clour."
Mis. Grlgson wasnotasentlmuiitalUt.
A Janlticss in a public school biilldiu r,
with rorellii'-cr roughened bv tlio
coarsest iiralte-work, nnd mlnil n ir
rowed down by Iho'tl.illy troul-mlll of
the mot groveling oarus, has nit urn Mi
time for that sort of luduljjouco; but in
slio sut there, drinking an Infusion of
(ho weakest ten, and watching the vol
low March moonlight lay tho perfect
pattern of the uncurtained window on
tho carpclless lltior, while tho barrel
slaves smouldered Inlo carmlno tinted
nshes, she could but remember the days
when she hnd hoped for such n tUITer
"I wns a gnl llien," thought Mrs,
Grlgson. "It tlldu't seem ns If thoro
wns anything Impossible. Well, woll,
s'poso most folks mo dlsapp'iutud Just
ns bnd ns I be, ef thoy llyo long
And then the poor widow went to
bed to keep warm; and all night lout;
tho yellow moonlight Hooded tho soli
tary room where Aunt Mittablo had
died, nnd n solllnry cricket sang on tho
hcnrth-slono wheio tho red ashes had
long since faded Into while dust.
'lite moriow dawned, wild, bright
nnd windy, as March mornings often
come rushing over Iho bleak Connecti
cut hllhcrcsls. The auctioneer arrived
In n ono-horso buggy from tho village;
the nclghboiB assembled from all points
of tho compass. For in I'oltvlllo Four
Corners people entertained tho snmu
sentiment townrd an auction sale as
Now Yotkets feel toward n pilvalo
view of the Academy of Design or a
llowcr show nt tho Mndlson Square
Garden. Miss Ketchum was there In
her best dyed Shawl, nnd tho bonnet
which tho Irreverent youth of tho
neighborhood hnd christened "Old
Plymouth Bock," from tho fossilized
nppearnnco of ilsfcnthcrs; Sqtiiro Dag
gelt drove down-In his fnmlly carryall
with tho six Misses Daggett. Tho par
son nnd tho parson's wlfo wero there,
punching pillows and Inspecting bol
sters, nnd counting cups and saucers.
A mnn who wns vaguely reported to bo
an emissary from nn old curiosity shop
In tho city wns prowling about with a
memorandum book under his arm.
Bverybody was there, even down to tho
vlllngo fool, who had been allowed to
come with his grandmother under sol
emn promlso of "not speaking a word
tho whole time." In her especial cor
ner Abigail Barton wns whispering to
a knot of eager women, with much ox
cited gesticulation, nnd close bv tho
high wooden mnntlosnt poor Mrs. Grlg
son, in her best gown, trembling a lit
tle, she scarcely knew why.
"Aunt Mittablo was always partial
to auction vendoos," said sho to her
self. "It does seem ns ef sJio'd ought
to bo here."
And sho thought of tho lonely gravo
under last year's weedy mullein stalks
In tho neglected corner of tho church
yard, nnd sighed.
"I'll set a roso o'Shnron there asi
soon as tho gprlncj fairly opens," mused
she. "Aunt Mittablo always liked
And tho crowd around Abigail Bar
ton increased, and a sort of intnngiblo
thrill went through tho rooms llko nu
"Is anything wrong?" Mrs. Grlgson
nsked, nervously. "Hov they henrdi
"I seen It myself," sho could honr
Abigail baying. "I'vo got it to hum In
my pocket-book. I'vo always, henrdi
thnt sho wns queer, nnd I shouldn't
wonder If thnt vns tho way she'd
Mrs, Grlgson roso to join the group;
but just then tho auctioneer's voice
drowned all else In Its high sing-song
drone: "Now, then, ladles nnd gontlo
men, if you plenso;" and the salo began
in pood earnest.
Tho breadths of well-worn rag car
pet brought a pitiful sum, but tho four
hair-cloth "cheers" iu tho best parlor,
nnd a ceitniu uncompromising sofa of
tho snmo slippery material, rcnlUcd
20, nnd tho wooden clock was bid up
to 0.50 by Squlro Daggett himself.
"He can't know that tho machinery's
clear worn out and It hain't struck In
six months,'' Bald Mrs. Grlgson. "I
don't know but it's my duty to tell
"Hold your tongue, Naomi," whls
pcrcd Brother Lyman, who, with his
hnnds in his pockets, wns llnttonetl up
ngninst the wall. "I guess all tho
neighbois hereabouts know as much
about Aunt Mlttablo's clock ns you
"Eight dollars for tho old feather
bcdl Folks must bo crn.yl" said Mrs.
Gilgson. "And a dollar aptcco for
them worn-out bed quilts! Is tho
world n-comln' to an end?"
But when thoy came to tho stand of
houso plnnts. Mis. Grlgpon's amaze
ment reached Ua culminating point.
Tho striped monthly roso brought a
dollar; ti stumpy old lemon bush in a
green tub, which had never been sus-
Cectcd of tho faintest inclination to
loom, rnn up to flvo; a myrtlo tree
ascended tho scale, nnd was finally
knocked down nt ten nud u-lialf; an
oleander was bid up to thrco, hnlf a
dozen spindling llsh-goranlums varied
from fifty cents to a dollar each, and
teu cnllns nnd a sickly carnation wero
bought by Miss Dora Daggett at seven-,
ty-flvo cents each; and tho surplusago
of pallid pi I mioses nud cactus mon
strosities was lumped at n dollar to Mr.i
Tows, whoso door-ynrd was laid out
in carrots and parsnips, and who did
not know a pokeberry bush from n
"Bo folks mad?" said breathless Mrs
Tho proceeds of tho llowcr stand
amounted to eighteen dollars, and tho
purchasers eagerly seized their prop
crty and cnrrled It oil, ns If unwlllng
to let it out of their sight, und tho salu
went briskly on.
""Well, Naomi," said brother Lyman,
chuckling when tho "vcndoo,'i was
over, "how much did yo expect to git
forAunt Mlttablo's things?"
"I did hopo for fifty dollars, all
told," snld Mrs. Grlgson. "But Miss
Ketchum said I wns a fool for calklliii
tin' on nnyjicch nmount."
"What d'ye my to two hundred!"
said brother Lyman, gleefully.
"Whatl" shrieked Mrs. Grlgson,
"Lyman, you're a pokin' fun at mo
"No, I ain't," cheerfully spoke up
brother Lyman, "It's two hundred
and fifteen dollars and eighty-eighty
cents, tliat'awlmt it Isl Oil, ef yo'd
only seen tho women-folks acirryln'
out Aunt Mlttablo's house plants
hugged up closo to 'em, llko they was
Brother Lyman stopped to shako all
over with n species of inaudible laugh
ler which convulsed him as If ho wero
a mould of jelly,
"Two hundred and llfteen dollars!''
gasped Mis. Grlgson. It's llko a
Tho auctioneer counted out tho bills
into tlio good woman's toil-hardened
"I congratulntu you, ma'am," said
"Aro you suro thoro nlti't no nils
tnke?" snld Mrs. Gilgion.
"Quito sure, ma'am."
" u t'11,1 don't no how iindertand It,"
snld tho widow, slowly shaking her
hcml. "P'r'aps, Mr. l'ullleld, you cm
explain It to mo?"
Tho auctioneer looked around,
winked ono eye solemnly, and twlrlod
his quill pen backward and forward.
"Nu ono here?" snld ho.
"Not a boul," declined biother Ly
mnn, "Everybody gone?"
"Then look here," said tho a iitlnn
cer. "I couldn't help e.iiohlii' n word
lure nnd tliero ; nud it w.i'ut no busl
m"s of initio to Intel fete."
"1 don't undcistand," sil IMts, GrU
ton, more bewildered than over
"Don'l ye, now ? Well, less seo if I
can't mako It clear t' vc." said Mr.
l'ullleld, "Abigail Barton sho was a
whispcrln' to Deacon Plimpton's widow
how't sho found a llttlo gold dollar
bulled in tho earth of tho llower-pot
that held n Jerusalem cherry trco you
gave her, nnd It went from ono to an
other llko wild-llic. Oh, yct, Mrs.
GrlgMin, your mint Mittablo was a good
woman, a very good woman, but aw
ful queer. And now every man,
woman nnd child will bo rlppln' open
feather beds, dlggln' up house plants,
pokin' Inlo cheer seats and bureau
tlrawcis for hidden treasure. Seo?"
"You don't s'poso" cried Mrs.
"Yes, I do s'poso," said the auction
eer. "If folks will bo fools, there ain't
no way of prevcntln' 'em as over, I
knowed of. And I wish 'em good
luck ilndln' what your aunt -Mittablo
has hid Ihero."
"Well, I declare I" said Mrs. Grlg
son. Your things hov sold pretty well,
ma'nin," said Mr. Pullleld, buttoning
up his co-it. "I don't know when
we've hnd such n successful miction
salo in tlio neighborhood."
Mis. Glgson went back to tho city
feeling richer tlinn nny capitalist; and
not until tho train was miming into Iho
New Haven depot did sho start wildly
from her scat In tlio corner of Iho car.
"It was tho monkey," sho said, speak
ing In tho sudden enlightenment of her
soul "brother Lyman's monkey! And
thoro was me, poor, simple critter,
n-rcplnln' ngln tho mischief ho had
Tho otlicr passengers stared dubiously
at her, wondering if they hnd como all
tho way from Foltvlllo Four Corners
with n crazy woman. An old man took
up a bnskct nnd shnwl-strap and went
to tho other end of tho car.
But they need not have been alarmed.
Mrs. Grlgson was not crazy. Har
Itotliieetl Commutation Kutes on tlio
Ilnltlmni-n A l'otomne nutl Alexan
dria. .V J'rcdct'Irkrilmi-is Itnlli-ontlM.
Commencing December 1, 1885, a roduccd
system of commutation tickets will be In
troduced on tho lino of tho Ilnltimoro &
Potomac nnd Alexandria it l'rcdcrleksburg
ltnllroad Companies. Tho rates nro tho
low est ever offered on nny railroad Iu this
country, oxcept thoso now hi effect on other
portions of tlio rcuusjlrnula ltnllroad sys
tem. Tho reduction Is founded on tho
policy pursued by that corporation of de
veloping nnd building up thu suburban por
tions of Us lines hy making tho Inconsider
able expenso of transportation botivecn city
and country ono of tho advantages of rural
A convenient nnd rapid scrvlco of trains
nnd low rates nro tho two most powerful
factors lu tho growth of suburban districts,
nnd when theso nro once established, de
velopment of resources nnd Increased values
of property aro certain to follow. Under
tho now arrangement sixty-trip mouthly,
ono-hundrcd-aml-elghty-trlp quarterly, nud
forty-elx-trlp school tickets will bo Intro
duced. They will bo sold between this city
and all stations on both tho railroads.
Tho rates to a few of tho moro prominent
points on tho Daltlmoro A Potomac aro ns
follows: To Navy-Yiird, slxty-tilp, J3.00;
quarterly, fO.Tfij school, JO 00; to Scabrook,
slxty-tilp, iO.K; quarterly, $11.50; school,
$1 110: to Uowlc, sixty-trip, $7.60: quarterly,
$17.65; school, $5.!i0; to .Marlboro, slxty
ttlp, $11.85; quarterly, $20.05; school, $7.0J;
to Odcnton, sixty-trip, $9.!K); quarterly,
$22.30; school, $0.00; to Baltimore, sixty
trln, $15.15: quarterly. $31.75.
On tho Alexandria t Fredericksburg Hall
way to Alexandria, sixty-trip, $4.80; quar
terly, $10.60; school, $3.20.
Tlio twcnty-slx-trlp family and firm
tickets will bo withdrawn, and lio replaced
by a fifty-trip ticket, to bo sold nt two cents
Child's Norfolk suit. Elseman, cor. 7 and E.
Mrs. flrlnncll, nn aged lady residing nt
Mr. llobert 'fucker's, on Sixth street near U
southwest, whllo descending tho stairs yes
terday evening accidentally fell, fracturlug
her nun below tho elbow. Dr. A. I). JIazcu
wns Immediately summonod and set tho
broken limb, nftcr which sho was made as
comfortable as possible. iSho was just re
covering from a fractured thigh received
from n fall somo tlmo ago, nml had only
been ubout on crutches tho past few days.
John Sneddon, tho resurrectionist nt
whoso residence, on Maryland avenue near
'third street southwest, somo horrlblo dis
closures w cro mado by tho police, whllo pur
suing a search, about three months ngo, was
last night arrested for whipping his wife,
Philip Green, a station-keeper for tho
flaltlmoro & Potomac Hatlroud Company,
was picked up In nn Intoxicated aoudlttoa
by Officer Hutchinson last night. A load
ed pistol was found lu his hip pocket, nutl
ho w ns held this morning for carrj Ing con
Don't l'nll to Attend
tho crcnt auction salo of Imported Kov
West nnd domestic clears at Williams A
Co.'s auction rooms, cornerTcnthstrcet and.
1'cnnsylvnnla nvenuo, Wednesday, Novem
ber 25th, at 10 a. iu., 2 nud 7 p. m. Dealers
nnd smokers attend. Will bo offered lu
lots to suit.
Amfiiican IUi.L-Ui.un Is afnvorlto article
lu American laundries. Try It; you wilt
never use any othor. It Is just what you
Tho National llonrd of Health steamer
WoodHortb, Captain C. J. Ilonnovllle, nr
ilvtd at tho navy-yard Monday to lay up
for tho winter, bho has been at Norfolk
and other cities on tho coast to Inspect in
coming vessels for evidences of yellow fo-t
vcr nnd otlicr contagious diseases.
A lady's gold watch with diamond set
ting, valued nt$l5, has been stolen from
Joseph 11. .Mc.Mlll.in of No. 20J Fifth street
Two nncst8 In Tnst Washington j cstcr
day. Officers Dalley and Barnes nro still sick.
A ball will bo given at Odd-Fellows'
Hall, Nnvj-Yard, to-night hy tho I' tit
Washington Assembly No. -10j(l, K. of L,,
to begin nt 0 o'clock. Krujer's orchestra
will bo In attendance. The ball Is under
tho direction of T. 11. Lear, W. Q. Bctts,
Cvrus JIoiTatt nud W. A. Cohlll.
Iho hyilinntou H street, neai Seventh
southeast, needs attention.
An Aecil Ai-kmiMiiH Clurtfymuu,
who bus preached tho gospel for 10 years,
has been greatly alllleted with Mdnoy
troubles. Ills easo Is such nu obstluato ono
and his ago Is so great that ho cannot hopo
for 1 solute cure; but ho w rites from Itlch
liiDinl, thut ho has used thrco bottles of
Brown's Iron Hitlers, and ndds, "I havo felt
nioio relief than from anything I havo over
used." Ho desires nn additional supply of
this great family medicine lu order to mako
Alttcrney llnlry ltnjrmiH,"
l'nsh Alilcmey butter, churned ovcry
morning and delivered lu 1 lb. "Ward"
prints, -15c. per to. Also eottigo chouso;
buttermilk und sweet mlllc, 5c. per ,qt.
Crcntii,! lCc.iiicr pint.
Boys' NeW market overcoat. F.lscman,7A K.
A TlinnliNKlvlui; lijrlc.
No moro nlong tho sllvciy sands they stray
When balmy night succeeds the golden
And Diiiii with set one, unblushing fjco
(illdes ealiuly fiom I'roseldou's fond em
brace. No moro tbej linger on tlio pebbled strand
And muko bellevo to listen to thu bind
lHsuitiisluc' iilra fniin SulUv.iu unit btr.tms
'Ibo nights nro cold they spend thorn lu
And do they miss thu beach, tho pleasant
Not I') a wiy liiueli oxteuded eh ilk,
I'ur In thu p irlor meet the pair
Now, when tho day Is itono
Two ftiiins wllh but one rot-kin,; ehitr,
'IV o lit u i U that bent as one,
Men's -t button cutawaj uIt.Uevuiaii,7&K
Our Theme To-Day
Is Ovcrcoals. Our stock Is lnrjto nutl
varied, nnd, ns newspaper spaco Is
expensive, wo must limit oursolvos to
Inlking to you about ono thing nl a
lime. Wo do not say to you that wo
have moro Overcoats than all tho other
clothing houses combined. Il would
not bo Into if wo did; but wo do wiy,
nud stnko our claim to lionosly on thu
truth of our statement, Hint wo havo n
largo a varlcly, ns well selected au as
sortment, as clcgnnlly cut, mado and
trimmed slock of Ovcicoals for Men,
Youths nnd Bovs ns those who mnko
higher clnlmscnn show you, and at prices
fully 'J.I per cent, bolow whnl you havo
heretofore pnld for goods of tho samo
quality, In saying this wo do not nsk
you to tnko our unsupported statement,
but wo wish to remind you In tho most
lcspeclful manner that you havo every
opportunity of Inquiring Into tlio cor
rectness of our claim. Look around,
exercise your faculties, judge for your
selves, post yourselves on thu valuo of
goods. If you do theso things, and
the saving of money Is nny considera
tion to you, you will quickly dccldo
vvhero your best Interest lies. In sub
mitting to you through tlio papcis our
claim to selling fino Clothing at popu
lar prices, wo ttso plain and simple lan
guage. Wo employ no man of letters
to uso obsolete words nnd high-sounding
Latin phrases with which to mys
tify you. Truth lends us force. Wo
need no scribe. Wd hnvo Overcoats
for salo In all weights, colors, styles
and fabrics, ranging in prlco from I
to 10. No leady-mailo Overcoat Is
worth more. Wo respectfully Invito
you to examine our stock. Wo know
too well what Is duo to an Invited guost
to trcnt you otherwise than with cour
tesy and respect, whether you como to
look or buy.
The Golden Eaile" Clothinir Co.,
ITorthwest corner 7th and D Sts.
J. M. (lltAOY, atnniiBor.
(All Blue Signs.)
In Art Colors.
HOUSE & FRESCO PAINTING,
DESIC1NB AND ESTIMATES FUltNISIIED.
CAIltT.TM AXIr I'AHItlCS.
Agents for Morris & Co.
P. HANSON HISS & CO.,
H15 rirtocntli MrcctX.1V.
Wo Invito an Examination of Oar
London, Berlin and Vienna,
Added to w cll-selcctcd purchases of
Makes an nttractlvo exhibition of
Novelties and Useful Articles.
HAYWARD & HUTCHINSON
11 Xliith Street X. IV.
Colored Tissue Paper,
KKD CUIJAll GAIU'KT LINING.
805 and 807 D St. Northwost.
Buy Your Books and Statlonory
SI'I'.NCEHIAN DUMNESS COM.EOE, COlt.
Uth nml 1) bts n w A prnctlenl business
education that qualities younc men ami wo
men to supjiort themselves and suoeussfully
perform tho active dutlos of llfo. Thorough
Instruction Riven In rapid writing, tho English
language, correspondence, rapid calculations,
book-keeping, business practice, commercial
law, political cconouiy.Dtcnogrnphy and type
writing. Itegular day and evening sessions re
sumed Tuesday, September, 1, nt II a m and (I
p m. Ollleo open for arrangements by the
jear or quarter on nnd after Monday, August
Ul. A full corps of teachers. Illustrated cir
cular, giving lull Information, sent froo on ap
plication. IIENItY 0. SPENCEIt, Principal.
Mrs, SABA bl'EN'CEH. Vieo-l'r Inclnal.
o -a. :r dp jej t i 3sr a- s .
Uns In stock a full lino of Carpctlngs, all
grades Oilcloths, Cocoa and Straw Mattings.
Also latei-t stjles In Woll Tuner, Whitlow
bhades and Curtain Goods, wlra Window
and Door bercens.
420 NINTH BTRKKT NOltTHWtBT.
JAS. H- HCoGILL
BEAI.EU IS 11UII.DINQ SUTPI.IE?,
908 to 911 a ttreot northwest, next National
Architectural Iron Work. Comeut, Plaster,
Flro llrlck, Uro Clay, Wall Slate, Paints, Oils,
Qlius, etc. co
I'Oll BAI.ll AT MY llll.T.IAltll
totnni, ou the utirthwct corner Uth and 0
sts nw. tho llrnnsnlek Haiku Cullender Co
celebrated llllllanliitid Pool Tables with thu
world rtmmiittl monarch quick cushlon.w Ith
entaleigue of till the latest designs tit liar llx
turcH AU". Sim ml t-eciind hand mill ird and
Pool Tahlt lllilluril ami Pool supplies of nil
kinds for Mile ut factory prices Altering, ro
pulrlugnml covering Tables a specialty
eoi c t n v
Having recently fitted upa
In connection with my PATENT IMKit'ESi,
1 ii in prelum! toturnlsh
IMITKTHATlONh AT NEW V OltIC I'ltlOllS,
1'hotogiaphing on Wood fur the Ti.nlo.
118 ELEVENTH bTHKCT N. VV.
ifSftSS tlult lri.-,isr
llrane'i Odleo, OU litlist n w
Kow Trout Piece The Self-Dressliu
Tl I T 1 !
iiifflira, inning u mm n
Ilcforo making your .elections jou should seo our lines of X303?l1,I3i3llDJ-
Our to different pattern ranging from 85 to 81 10 u window.
VI'IIOUTIIIIY HOODS In nil qualities.
fs otirsicelnlly. NOTTINGHAM, ANTI0.UI:, SWISS, I1HUS3EIJ3 ami ltEAM.ACI! In groat
variety. MADHAH CUHTAINH In all shadings.
Citi-iiclM III All O'rnilcH nutl (limlltles nt Imuctl C'n!i I'iIccm.
Parlor, Library, Dining-Room, Office & Ohainbor Furniture
In nil Woods.
Cnll and seo ns, Wo promlso you ootlooitN, Low Pi-ler, I'nlt' llcnllne;, ln
Iltc Attention am! an JIikIIcnn Stock from which to mako your selection.
"W HI. HZOESE,
801 Market Spaco.
J. W. BARNES,
77t! U the only Chartered Lottery of any Si tie-
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated In 1SC3 for 25 years by tho
Legislature for Educational nnd Charltnhlo
purposes with a Ciipltnl of Sl.nuo.oou-to
which a rcicrvo fund of ocrSM0,uco has since
lly an overwhelming popular voto Us fran
chise wns mado n part of thopresontst.ito
Constitution adopted December -', A. li. 18W.
A 8H.ENDID OITOHTUNtTY TO WIN A
Its Grand Rlnglo Number Drawing will tako
Plato monthly. ItNoverbcnlcsor L'ostponos.
Look at tho following Distribution:
llxtriiorilliinry Soml-Aniiiinl Ilrnw-
Iwr, Class 31, nt Now Orlonns, December 15,
lbts, under the Supcrv Islou and Managuinunt uf
Gen. G. T. BEAUREGARD, of Louisiana,
and Gen. JURAL A. EARLY, of Virginia.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
ESTNOTICV-Tlckutit nro 10 only.
IlnUt-H, $5. ruths, $3. Tontlis, $1.
list op rmzns.
i capital 1'iiizi: or siw.ooo siw.nno
1 (111AM) PltlZE OP 50,000,... W.IVK)
1 GHANl) l'ltIZE op iw.omi ai.tui
2 LAiiui: phizes av lv.wo a),oi)
4 LAHOi: PHIZES OF O.tXW. ... StUliil
soi'Hizhsor i,u) a.),ouu
t0 " MO 2VJ
1(0 " :jjo ),iiim
ao " aw io,on)
K) " 111) 00,000
1C00 " 00 5J,0OJ
100 Approximation Prizes S-'OO WVM
100 do do 100 io,of
100 do do 75 7,500
S.'.TD prizes, amounting to SJi!,S00
"We do hereoy certify trial iuperx Ut tht ar
raneitmtntt Jorall the Monthly anil Seml-An-nual
Dmuinqnof the Loulelana State lottery
Company ami In pet eon manage and controlthe
Droning mrnttef, andthal the tame are con
ducted with hOMtty, falrneit andlngocxl faith
touatd all partus. We authorize the Com
vavyto vielhli certificate, tilth fac-tlmllee of
our signatures altacted, In lis adieitltetnentt."
Application for ratos to rlubs should bo
made only to tho ollleo of tho Company In
Tor further Information, vvrlto cloarly, giv
ing full address.
SSTKemlt by TOSTAL NOTE, Enross
Money Ortler, New York Exchange, or Draft
on New Oilcans. Letters with Currency In
variably by Kinross. (Wo pay express charges
on nil sums of $5 or upward).
Addressed: M. A. DAUPHIN,
Now Orlouns, Lit.
Address EcgMcrcil Letters and mako Post
ofllco Money Orders payable to
NEW OHLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
LOUISIANA NATIONAL BANK,
STATE NATIONAL BANK,
GEHMANIA NATIONAL BVNIC,
New Orleans, La.
For Cooking Vurpo'es.
For Heating by lumace.
For heating by Latrobo.
For Open Grates.
It li Easily Ignited.
It JInkts a Quick, Hot Flro.
It Does Not Hum Out tho Orato.
It Is Economical.
It Will Pay to Try It.
TOll BALK BY TUB
Washington Gaslight Com'y.
40 Bushels, Crushed
A Bliblicls, Ciushul. .. .
MOHuthels, Not Crushed..
'li Bushels, Not Cruiliixl .
tsrPellMred'to Any Part of Waslilrtton
Drew's New Drug Storey
NINTH ST. AND VENN. AYE.
TJT Open nil nlsht.
1 . - sj ,
BOTTOM CASH PRICES,
308 and 310 Eighth Street.
Tho Leading Instruments
of the Age.
nroicrit intos., i:sti:y, nsoiiuu
Pianos and Organs for rent nnd sol d
SANDERS & STAYMAN
(JARVIS BUTLEIl IN CItAHOE),
031 1' St. Northwest, VVltslilligttin, II. C.
in NoitTit chahij:s st baltimohe, md
Mi I ILMS & CO,
No. 937 Pa. Ave, N.W.
I'lietiunlctl In Tone, Touch, Work
iiiiiiihIiIii iiikI llurniilllty.
SECOND -HAND PIANOS,
At All Prices.
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Wm. Knabe & 06
N17 31AUKI-.T Hl'ACU
W. 0. METZEROTT & CO.,
003 Pennsylvania Avonuo. second door west
of Ninth street,
bOLE AGENTS FOIl
Ohiokering andJames & Holmatrom
CI.OUOII AND WAltltllN OHGANR,
And all MUSICAL, INSTRUMENTS
BEST WASHING BLUE
It Is Not l'uUniiiiiiH, Aids llliiiiuhliif; tit
AYiish and 01 wm It u lllch Oltiss,
TO BE HAD OI' YOUlt OHOCEH.
AMIUUCAN Il.TIlAJlAllINi: AVOItHS
Nu. Uti .Mllldt'll l.illiv, .. V,
437 SEVENTH STHEBT N. W.
O. P. BURDETTE,
Is &3 S lMI ffl
1 Ihn Ntirlh, West nnd jiiiithwost.
htniU linl WtndM Reentry.
fUtl Jlalh. ,!;,, i J.'m,,,!,
IN rrrrer NovrMnmi IB, 1H3H.
Jiahtlrare l.Ai,,te. fm Mlrm, conur
if Mirth und il ,t, ,,t,.n. Jollmei:
1'lP.V!il!l'!,r,..,"i"1 Ui7 Wil.niliim Llmltetl
i iK r I'llneoitleppliigCBrsRtD-ntln ra.
ft M til, -- VUMVMVVVWSJW V
'" ji '' i'uiwi, ' ' ii. iu un y ii) ijinrin
tintl anil St. Louis, wllh slccplni! Cars from
Iliirrlsburgtn ( Inclnnntl ami (Intel Car to
St.Louk; rtnlly.oxeent Hutunlny, to Chicago,
wllh Slci ping Car AltoonaloChloiigo till
ongonntl Cinclnmitl Express at 7:10 n m.
dally, with Slipping Cars Washington to Chi
cago nnd Ilnrrlsbure to Louisvlllo; oon-sot t
Ingnt HiirrlsburgwIlliWostcni Express with
through sleepers for St. Louis Paclfla lt.
tires;, in n. in ilnllj- for PlttshurB and tho
West, villi through sleeper Ilarrlsburir to
( hlciigo ami Cleveland.
BALTIMOHE X POIOMAO HAtLHOAD,
l'nr Erie, Cnnanttalgun. Itofhoster, Buffalo,
Nsitiira, lu p. m daily, except Saturday,
i,1!.'1,! "hieoCnrs Wiislilnglim tu Hoohostcr.
For ItMatnsiiort, Iick llnvon nnd Elmlra, at
lir.nii m tlally, oxtetit Sunday.
Tor Now 'iork und tho Hast. 7:1 B, 8 30 nnd
1iL"Jn,;.u' 4.1" nnd II -nil p.m. On Sun
day, H. Kin. in., a, I. Hi and 1 ISO p. in.
.Vinlne1mI,?,iV'M of ''""'nun Parlor Cars
It I n. m. tin ly. except Sunday,
For Boston without change, y p m. ovcry dnv.
1 or llrooklyn.N Y .nil through trains connect
jit Jersey lly w Itli bemtsot lln.okljw Annox,
nrforillng dirt ot transfer to Fulton slroct,
avoiding double ferriage across New York
For Philadelphia. 7:1B, 8 no ami lln. m.. 2.
1, II, JO nud 1 ISO p. in On Sunday, 8 .10
n.m.,U, !, il. lo nnd 11 so p. m Umltod
For Baltimore, il.:io, 7:lf, Silo, ll-lo iiilO.
10 nnd 11 so p. m On Sunday, 8 lio, 0.B0
lln.m, 2, 1. 0,7:10, 10 nnd llso p.m.
lor Popp's Creek I.lno,7:16n. in ,nnd -li-loii.
m. tlally, except Sundny.
For Animiwlls, 7:1B a. m., 12-0T and 4-25 p.
m dally, except Sunday. On Sunday 4 p.m
A,'1.IyiSJ!.,RA AJiU ''IlIlDKHICKSIlUItU
HAILWAY AND AI.EVANIIItIA
For Alexandria, O, 7, 0-2B, 11-01 and 11-35
n. m., si (iu, 4 so, -I ::m, ti o l , s ir, am! li :37
P.m. on Sunday ut (I, U.25, ll.oin.m,,
0 no p m.
For Hlchmond nnd tlio South, 0 and llfll n,
m. tlally ami lain p m. dully, oxcopt Snnday.
1 rains lcmo Alexandria for Washington il oft,
8, 111, 10:10 n in , l, :i oa, :i-w, r,:io, 7.orJ
nnd lo.ia n in. nntl 12.10 midnight, except
Monday, On Sunday at 8 and 10:10 a.m..
1 '05 nml 10. Ill ii. m. and 12:1 u night.
Tickets nnd Information ut the ollleo. north
east corner of thirteenth street nnd Pennsy
lvania avenue, anil nt tho station, where or
ders can bo left for the checking of baggago
'"destination from hotolSBtid rosldeneos.
"IAS. E. l'Uail, J. H. WOOD.
(hveral Manager. Pen. lutnyer Agent.
BALTIMORE &0HI0 RAILROAD.
SCHEDUIj; IN Kl'I'ECT SUNDAY, MAY 13.
188.',, until KUHTIIEIt NOTICE. '
Lcavo Washington from Station, corner Now
Jersey nvenuo and O stroet.
ror Chicago, 10 a. m, nnd 10.10 p. m, dally.
Tho 10 n. m. Is a Fast Limited Express to
Pittsburg nnd Chicago, nrrlvlng In plltsburi"
nt7:J(ip. m., Chicago noxt morning nt 8:55.
No cxtru furo Is charged on this trnlu for fast
For Cincinnati. Loulsvilto and St. Louts dally
nt J .10 p. m. and 10:10 p. tn with through
conches nnd l'alaeo Sleeping cars to abovo
points vvithout ohango. !l:.x p. m. train Is a
fasti mltod train to Cincinnati and St Louis,
arriving In Cincinnati next morning at 7:15,
bt. Louis 0f 10 ii. in. No extra faro Is charged
on this train for fast tlmo.
rP, """hunt at 10 a. in., with Parlor Car,
nnd (l:10ii. m. dally to Pittsburg. Cleveland
nml Detroit, with sleeping ears to i'lttshurg.
1 or Ilnltimoro on week days-n, O:lo. dilo.
7:ao, 8,:io and, 10 m n. m., 12.10. l-m, a:lB
(IB inlnuto train), :i.:jo, 1:U0, 4: to, 6: 10, 0: to.
7,8.2.1 nnd 11 p. in
For Ilnltimoro on Sundays 0-10, 7:30, 8 30
Kn.u,.1!,,-,;r,n-- m-jl-5. 1:30,3.30, 4:10,5:10,
0:10.7. 8S5 nnd 11 p. m.
For points on tho Shenandoah Valloyltall
rond and points South, 5 :i(i p. m. dally, with
Pullman sleeper from Washington lo New
For Annapolis. (1:10 a. m. and 12-10 and
4..IUp. m.; on hundav. 8:30 a. m. and 4:10
For wayBtatlons betweon Washington nnd
Baltimore, ii. 0:10. 8 30 a. m.. 12.10, 3..10.
4:10, 7 and 11 p. m. On Sundays, 8:.lo a. in.,
1:311 !l 30, .1 10, 7 and 11 p. m For stations
on Metropolitan Branch, 7:20 a. m. and 11:15
p.m. dally, except Sunday, nnd B:JO p.m.
dally: 4:10 p. m. dally, oxcept Sunday, for
Erlnclpul stations on Metropolitan Branch:
.10 a. m. tlally on buntlay stops at all sta
J ons; for Lexington, Staunton fend Valloy
Branch, 8:10 n. in. dally, except Sunday; for
Frederick, 8.10 a. m 4: 10 p. m. dally, except
For local stations between Washington nnd
Oalthersburg, 12.30 p. in. dally, oxcopt Sua
For Hagcrstown and Winchester, 8:10 n. m.
dally, oxcept Sunday, und 6 3d p. in. dally to
Hagcrstown; dally, except Sunday, to Win
cluster. Trains arrlro from tlio vvost dnlly, 0, 7.-20 a.
m I'lfi. 10 (Now Orleans Express), and
From Annapolis, 8 30 a. m. and 1.50 ana
B.-J5 p. rn.: htinduy.lo 35 a.m. and (1:35 p. m.
1 rtim Loxlngtou, 5.30 p. m. dally, oxcept
From Frederick and Intermediate points,
8.25 a. m. and 8:1B p. m. dally, except Sun-
Trains lcavo Ilaltimoro for Washington at
0:10,0 110,7-20. U, f 0-innttlO 30 a.m.. 12:18.
2 30. 3, 4, 4 20. B, 0.30. 8, O and 11 p. m. On
Sundays, 0 30, 7.20, 0 and O-Oi a. m 1:30.
2.110. 4 20, c, (1.30. 8, 1) and 11 p. m. ' '
All trains from Washington Btop at Itolav
Station, except 1S5, 3:15 and 0.10 p. m.
Forfurt her Information apply at tho Balti
more A Ohio ticket onlccWashlngton Sta
tion, ( 1 0 and 1 351 Pctma. nvo corner of l lth
ft., where urdcrs will betaken for baggago to
bo checkod and received nt any point in tho
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
(LEAVE H. & r DEPOT, SIXTH AND B STS,)
7 00 A M -For all vny stations, Ixixlngton,
Ky .Louisville, Cincinnati, Columbus, St.
I ouls Dally except Sunday
11 (1(1 AM- For Newport Ncws.Old Tolnt
Comfort aud Norfolk. Dally oxcept Sun-
5.30 P M. For Ixiulsvllle, Cincinnati, St.
Loul uml Chicago, connecting fur all
points West, Northwest nnd Southwost;
fust i-xjress dnlly: does not stop for local
business: through Pullman serWou to
uiulitv ille and Cincinnati,
lor tickets and lufoiinatlon apply at 0. A
0 Hallway ofllco. 01 1 IViinsilinuU avonue.
under Nntonal Hotel; Va. Midland Hallway
ofllee, iWlPcnnsylniMlo avenue, nndB. & V.
II. W. rULLUIJ.
C. W SMITH. fit'"Crul ""e'UKer Agent.
THANK Tltloil, Fnsteni Passenger Agent,
1 olephono cull 5M-J,
WASHINGTON, OHIO &. WESTERN R. R.
On and after AUGUST 30, 1885, trains will
leave from nnd arrlvo at Oth nnd U
. sts. l)ciot ns follows:
Lcavo Washington 0 n. in. nml 1:35 p. m ,
dally; arrlvo at llolmont Park 10 51 a. m. nntl
U-2dp. in.; Leeshurgll 01 a m and 0 30 p.
m ; arrive at Hound Hill at 11.1.1 a. m. and
7:18 p. in
Itctnrnlng, leave Hound BUI (1 03 n m. nnd
B OU p m , pais Lcciburi: 0.12 a. m and 1:3U
p ra.: Ikiluin-M'arkOOl a m undB-llOp.m,
nmlurrho at Washington at 8.33 a. m. and
7.10 p in
hum iiiIiijs the train loaving Washington
at Uu ui onli runs to Liesburg, and tko train
an l Ins at 7 top in starts from Leosburg.
Special exenrslou rates and Sunday trains
to Belmont l'ark. Monthly nnd commuta
tion rates to nil points.
s M. IlltOI'llY, hapt., Aloiandrls, Va.
E J LOCkWOOD, Pass. Agt 607 Pa. avo.
Wahlnetnn I) C
Tho Sl'EAMEIt EXCELSIOH
wam:iinoton and nohfolk link
will bu vvltlidrawn from tho routo after SUN
DAY, hltlTKUllEll 2l
Tho STEAM Hit UEOHUE LEAHY, com
mm, Ing SKI-TEMBEIt 21, will le.io:il street
wliurl VldMiAYS, WEDNESDAYS AND Fill
DAs ai 5J0 p m. HeturnluA leave NOK
ltil.K, from lkwloii wharf, on Tti EiDAYb,
Till HSDAYS AND SATUHDAYS ut -I p m
VM P WELCH,
sol, oenerul Agent.
tyT. VllItMIN t !UT. VUItNONI
STEAMEH W. W. COHC'OHAN-rJCj
Leaves 7th 6t wharf tlally, except Sunday, for
Ml Vtnuni at lo o'llmk a m ; returning,
reaches VV ashlugton at out .1 30 1 m,
I I 111 t 1.- 1 n.nlnln
ri'oNiiiiiniK am iiHir vioNHOH, Tin:
1 ltii-l i.i: lltil li: l s Mull stoamer
(Folli.E 1 1. Via Mtunlu Wotlnesday and
lil,n fnim tt nt "f Tin -i , ut ri-Ki p m.
St i nu n i in uml il. kits ut Btiltlinoro& Ohio
oflinx 1 1' I mil Mi' li uw.st Vlnre Hotel
iinl Km l it's tim lai ae , who will also
iluik lu.-i.igt limn Imtils nnd prlvaturesl
!iim lir itiriliti inturinatlou liictulro at
( i mtrfiiit 'i-titiUi.-, 7tn rt. wiiarl, TcloiUono
i nil 715-'
m -i I I.I I AM I' pi Oil. Pen. Agent.
- ei FAHFS
j rurirun Monroe and Norfolk,
l'lut ilass fare 1, Kouiid trip, tl 2.1,
Mi mm r J nu Mtoley Monday, Wednesday
und (-iitnultiy at .1 to p in
I'hss ici uml root, s secured at general ofllee,
Sixil - i.n ,vlurt T let ho.io call 01
l.it mil lllver Landings Meamer riiomp
sun M ueV W eduesday audlTtJay at 7 a.m.