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THE EVENING OBITIO, WASHINGTON, D. C, EJtfDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1884.
420, 422, 424 and 42G
THE ITEHT OFTHE SEASOZTI
Cc-mpilslnciuo grandest, most complote, boat
selected) nnd nbovo all, tba lotvost.prlcod
onorlngof winter Wraps of ovory description
over attempted m Washington by our own or
nny oilier establishment.
Laflies' Seaflslun Sacps, Bolmans
Bcal Bacquoe,wnrrnntcd London dye, at $125 :
Intrinsic value, J 175.
"Seal Bacquor, warranted Londondyc,nt$ll5j
intrinsic value, runj.
Dcttcr qualities ut Uko loir ilguros.
Lafiies' BrocatleVelvetana Brocade
$25; worth to Import, (31.
$20) worth to Import, $10.
$35; worm to Import, f 15,
Our $25 plush Bacquos cannot bo cqualod lu
regard to quality, lit and workmanship, thoy
being 42 lnchos long, with good satin lining.
'Ibis eacquo no bavo boon Boiling nt $110, but,
owing to tho quantity wo have on hand, havo
thoroforo roducod tho samo to $25.
Sicilliono Silk Circulars, Fur Trim
mod, quilted, lined, with doop
FUR COLLAR, only 9.50. reg
ular price, $13.00,
Block dlogonal cloth Novvmarkots, full
length, with deep Astrachan collar, and en
tirely trimmed our price, $10; sold elsonbero
Wo shall open to-day151 boavy Jeraoy
cloth Ncwmarkoh?, plaited back, at JI1.23; to
talled by others not loss than $10. This is a
IS colored cloth Russian circulars at$1.75;
75 superior Ottoman cloth Russian circular,
fur trimmed, with handsome ornamont, nt
$10; worth $i(i.
Satin Rbadontor tnr trlmmod dolmans, In
all colors ot plush lining, at $25, to closet
We linvo Just received 05 moroot thoso
heavy stockinet walking Jackets which niado
such afuroroat $2.85 1 worth $1.50.
Splendid quality black diagonal clitli Jack
etf, wllh ornaments, nt $3.70: worth $5.
Colored cloth jackets from $2.50 up.
Special Balo ot Llght-Welght Jersoys. Iu or
der to rcduco this stock at present, to mako
room for a new department, we ehall make tho
following reductions, tor this wook only:
Our $2.50 black Jersey?, mado ot good qual
ity ol stockinet cloth, plattod back and satin
our 2.10 heavy braided Jerseys, at $1.81.
Our $3.25 Jorseys, boavlly braided down tho
front, tailor finished, at (2.03.
Our $3.13 tailor-made Jorseys, extra Uno
Imported cloth, with deep turn-over collar, t
Our $5 fine quality braided Jerseys, with
cquaro ccallops, f 1.
All better grades reduced In tho sams pro
Jersey caps In all color?, 20 cents.
SPECIAL PEREMPTORY SALE
7.000 Paifsof Blankets!
Hotels and toarJIng-houso Hoopers especi
000 pairs heavy Dark Blankots, (15c, a pair:
UOO pairs 11-4 Wblto Blankets at 00:, per
pair; worth f 1.00,
Wo have nine cases left of tboso 11-1 Ger
man Blatrkots. This Is an extra, line large and
ucavy manner, ot a ugm orown suauo. wo
sold sixteen coses ol them this season at $2.50.
Wo have now reduced them to $2,25; well
Extra fine White Blankots, $2.50; well
rinornnd larger Whlto BUnkets, $3; worth
Ma5"orfh7lar60 12"1 Wl"' I)lanl",Wat
And all liner grades at a groat reduction,
420, 422, 424 and 426
Ol Hi), licmocrnl Lint Nlelit
fmutU, Kn! Hint IlluinlimtlouK
IiK'hlcnlN Alone lltn I.lur.
Tho Uoraocrats may haro boon promittire,
hut they cettilnlycara a parado last night
that could hardly bo excelled In completeness
63 to ovcry detail, It was formed without
troublo tied marched wllh but low draw
tacts. Thegteat credit ot It belongs to Mr. Win.
Dlckeoi', whoso nblllly ns an organizer wa,
brought Into full play, Ho was tho gran I
mntshalof tbo occasion, and there could not
have been a better one. It is estlmatod that
ihctovf oto about 0,01)0 men In lino. Tfloro
certainly weromany men marching.
And It la safu to ony that nearly every In
habllant ot tbo city of Wasblngtou who was
cot In lluo was ant n eoo tboso who wero. lho
(tlty lost nlBlit was made up ot llroworks, II
lumlontlone, crowds ami outbuslasni. l'onn
tjltscta avenuo was packed toyond tho side
walks. And the people who packed It woro
PeoMo with voices who woro vory willing ln
le t d to uso tbeni. -They choored ovorythlng.
Eron tlio ladlee, and thoro woro plenty ot
tbrm bin. would ivory niicotiin whllo utter
ehrill chccis. They wavod handkorchlots
Thctn was no dlrflculty In soolug tho pa
rade. Tbo Uroworks kept overytblug In pi tin
view all tho time. Tho lights woro its vorlod
ns tbo huca ot tho rainbow. Tho most on
thuelastla Fourth ot July could not devolop
mom Uroworks lliauwero sot on last night.
Thonrlous shadows cist oil tho buildings
wero very beautiful. Tho orfoct of tho lights
on tbo Treasury bulldlug was especially
Milking. Tho clans begau to gather early In
I'repntatlobs had boen making all day for
tbo demonstration. And tbey woro well mile,
too, It would bo bard to point out a olnglo
defect In tho arrangements which Involved
such complete success. Tho formation was
carried out as provided for in tho programmo.
Tho start was raado about H o'clock,
Tbo signal for the lino to movo was tho Bond
ing up ota balloon from tbo I'oaco Monument.
Tho bands brotto forth, tho torches waved,
tho crowd cheered and tlio march was com
menced. Tho precession was by no moans a
monotonous succession ot men with torches
and transparencies. It was varlod by many
features. Tho rooster was by no moans for
gotten. Ilo was thoro in full force. Ono lm
mento fellow boro tbo logond, "This roostor
bos not crowed for twonty-four yoars." There
wero Immense bells on tbo floats. They wero
worked for all they wero worth,
A wagon with an lmmenso boll, which
beaded tbo procession, boro tbo words, " Olear
tho way, tor wo are coming." night behind It
came Mr. William Dickson on n gayly-caparl-toned
horse. None ot tho mottoes on tho
transparencies wero coarso orotfenslvo. About
tho truest ono ot thorn was, "Wo paint tho
town rcu. iaij certatuiy uiu paint it rod,
Tho printers bad transparencies which said,
'Tlenty ot Copy," "Fat Takos," and "run ot
Slugs. The ladles wero not forgottou. Tuoro
was a transparency saying, "Clod Bless tbo
lAdlea." "No Jay Oould," was on one, and
"Wo nro Coming to May" on auothor. Other
transparency legends wero "Oood Old Times
are Coming Again," "Thcro Is no use squirm
ing, 210 bcats.182."
Tho people say chango; lot tbolr will bo
done." Ihcro was able boat drawn by Navy.
Yard carponters. Tbo Dolva Ann Lockwood
Division ot Mother Hubbards wai n most gro
tecquonnd amusing Naturo ot tho parado.
The inuslo was great. Thoy had plenty ot It,
or.d It kept going all tbo tltno. This, with tho
shouts ot thoso lu lino and tboso watching on
tbosldowalks, gavo enough sound to satisfy
the most dovotod lover of nolso.
And tbon tho success ot tbo demonstration
was materially added to by tho occupintiot
houses along tho lino of march. Many ot
theso houses wero brilliantly llliimluatol
and decorated. Iu tbo main tbo decorations
wero arranged vory tastefully. Along tho
business streets tbo decorating and Illumin
ating ofhousos was very gonoral. There was
no scarcity, either, of private rosldouces lit up
nt overy front. Mr. Blaine's bouse was ono ot
them. Tbo cavalry In lino made a splendid
appearance. Tho visiting contingency from
Maryland and Virginia woro good looking
bodies ot moo,
As is bound to bo tho caso whon so many
people nro out on similar occasions, there
wero a number ot mlsbaps. A herdlc, loaded
with llroworks, was In front ot Wlllard'a when
something happened. It was an oxploslon,
and tbo hcrdla was completely burneu up.
At Flftoenth and II etreeto Mr. O. T. Dam's
carriage collided with a heavy coupo and was
A burning rockot fell on Mr. Merrick's
houic, on r Btrcot, and set llro to tho cornice.
Tho names did not get much headway. Hoso
No. 2 toon put tbem out.
About 1 o'clock this morning llro was again
discovered on Mr. Merrick's roof. It was
extinguished, Butellghtdnmsgo was dono.
A colored man who cried "Hurrah for
Blaine," feels soro this morning.
'Jlioueanas in coiuroti peopio wno usually
comoout to vlow publlo parados, appear to
bavo tetnalncd at homo last nlgbr. Thoau
dlenco contained an unusually small per
centago of colored folks.
"What a pity to carry thoso poor, tlrod roos
ters In such little cages!" exclaimed alaly in
vlowlng tho procession. "Yes, it's brutal," re
plied bcr lady companion, "but, tbon, the ex
citement may recompense tbo roosters for tho
hardships," she added pathetically.
Tbo Uroworks scorned most gorgeous en tho
Avenuo botwecn Sixth and Seventh streets.
Thrco or four telegraph wires woro brokon
over the Avenue, botwecn Tourtoonth and Fif
teenth streets, by tho mast ot tbo "dalt Croek"
schooner from Last Washington. It became
necessary beforo reaching 1'ltteonth Btroct to
saw oft a large section ot tho mast.
They did not go homo until early this morn
ing. Tbey certainly had n big time.
colonel Low Washington was unanimously
voted tbo handsomest man In tho parado. Tho
ijuiuuuj. luuugu uu, unviui; tiuuou u iiorso
slnco bis college days, appeared to be nt home.
Assistant Marshal Jim Waugh looked ovory
Inch a cavalryman.
Billy l'rlce.ottho Harris Houso, was In bard
luck last night. Uotore tbe procession started
blshorso ran away, and whon It was caught
an hour later tbo Baddls wasmlaslng. Billy
Is a daring horseman and proudly rode bare
back several squares. Ills borso was bony
and Billy will take his meals standing tor
eorao time to como.
John s. Eratt represented Monmouth County,
N, J., In tho parade.
Tho Hon. Itobert Bruco was tho reclptont ot
moro attention from tbo ladles along the lluo
than anv other marshal, lie Is said tn mimm.
bio tbe dreat Napoleon. Colonel Bruco is an
old cavalryman, and he sat bis animal in good
Barrister Chatllo Walter caught .Blx bou
quets on tho ay. They were thrown to htm
by six lovely matdens.
Charles 8. Moore, esq., was pointed out by
manyns "Fighting" Ed McCook. There is
some renembianca between Mr. Mooro and
aeneral SlcCook, Charlie, in company with
Major Wm, Dickson and Uall Colgate, held up
tbo "foro ond" ot tho line.
Afler tbe rarodo was over Mr. 1'rod 8. Now
man's borso tell with him on the Avenue,
near Thirteenth street. Frol received a
slight scare, nothing moro.
Oharllo Sbeltonrodo twosauaros on a Iirnn.
cho pony but recontly from Now Mexico. Tho
animal "bucked." Uboltontook aseatlntho
csrrlago with Judge Wm. l'lereo Bell.
Hlnthelraor, tbo llvoryman, handlod the
ribbons last night like the lato flank Monk.
vnero woro a tow timia marshals In tho
procession, who, every tliuo thoir" horses would
jiranco, would call lustily for Wash Nallor,
wash acted ns protector for moro than onoj
-- - t!F"
lOUarOCOrdlftllvlnvltnd tn viol, (tninannn,
the ttock ot palnttngs, stool ejMmvlngs, etch
ings, at totypo enBrialnggpfcTA beautiful Una
of albums at wondeifuljarfowprlceaiplusb, vel
vet and fancy Plcjjrj) frames. An Immonso
line of picture nul4ige, from which frames
aro mado tftiffdor sny site. Also a great s
rtety ornproltlea toft liuinorous to meutlorPot
ccrUfrrre, 111 and OlOBevooth street.
NiUlmutl Hunk Chnrtora.
Tho chnrtora ot 721 national banks, with an
aggregate capital ot over 18I),()00,000 will
cxplro during tho year 1885. This la mora
tbnn one-third of tbo cutlro number ot na
tional banks now In existence. From intormv
Hon already received by tbo Comptroller ot
tbo Currency, It Is expected that a Urge ma
jority of theso banks will continue their ex
istence either by extending their charters or
by reorganizing undor ciher titles.
ladles' tailor and habltuufffnr. tiai removnd
from 1335 V streous3b seventeenth stroot
nottbweet. Tjuwr-maoe costumes at very rea
tonablo !). Special nttentlon given to
recoptlon and dlnnorilrosses,
A Itnzor I'lonrltilier Accuiiiiuuilnteil.
Washington Monroe, acolorod razir flour
lsber,wlll do moro cutting In the noxt three
months than ho over did betoro, but It will tin
out ot his usual line ot slashing. Ho will
carvo tho hills on tbo banks of tbo Eastern
Branch with a pick and sbovel. Judn jLtmiL.
assigned blra to that duty to-day1-i1
821 Seventh strjnforthweat. Ooo. McCarthy,
itiansBcivjiiTrBa glad to see oil friends and
MukMirtn, aoodshoeo allow prices,
A ItcinliiUeriioo or hunt Mclit.
frnu.'iUro,? Jleo 't Ba Frank Durcb, was bo.
lil ,i,-l?iu,:? """ ,uls morulns for sotting
.Sf W.8 lw Mu' A "uu "' l w&' ln'
K5i i0. ...""V1100 of sentenco suspended,
ond l.e wos relcaso.i uy Judgo Snoll-jslwu
celcbrato a victor rtiealovWernIso.
DOTS' Jer8ey 'MAtWfinnmtniw nnrl an.vl-t.
able. Wo bitfTteli in a variety of shados,
j:ieermuTos., cor, 7lh and L.
THE NEW YORK DEMOCRATS.
Tlio DlNnitiiulnliiifitt Crrntnl by the
A apodal dispatch to tho Philadelphia 1'rKS
toys that IboBcmocrallc lcadors In Novr Vork
bavo boon and still aro In a norrous state of
niprchmelonovor tho posslblo outcome ot
thooirlclal count. For them tho campaign
ended In auccoes, clouded by disappointment
nud npproheuslon over lho oxtromoly clojo
fbavo which tbo party has had. They looked
tor .10,001) majority lu Now York nud fl.oiK)
tit Connecticut. They bavo lesa than 1,200
In each Stile. By no possibility cananyono
pretend that tbo Democratic party won oxcopt
by tbu aid ot tlio Independents, whllo tho voto
In Now York and Connecticut shows that the
candidacy of Mr. Blalno atlractod to tho lto
publican party great masses ot his fellow
cl!l7cnr, wboso departuro loaves the Dome
cratlo parly ttrlppcd ot that so Id labor voto
on which lu tho riut 11 has novcr counted tn
Tbo critical, cynical, Intellectual Indopend.
enls who havo voted with tho Democratic
parly aro Its only hopo for tho f uturo and aro
tho most dlfllcult ot all voters to keep, tlio
raelctt to loso and lho hardest to reckon upon
tr Willi. Tbo labor voto which has this yoar
swelled tbo ranks ot tun ltepubllcau party In
support of Its new policy has como to stay.
Nothing but an adoption ot tbo "American
policy" can draw It back, and no nnooxpects
nr looks for any such Hash ot Inspiration from
Tbo prospect deprosoco and otoadlos tho
Democratic leaders, it Is never pleasant un
the ovo ot a victory etlll In doubt to bo re
minded that It springs from causes wboso
rpnuot llfo 13 brief. Itlanovor oncouraglng
for a party in Its tilumph to bo left In tlio
position ot a minority patty which owos Its
success to tho minority ot lta oppononts. Tnls
Is, lu short, nn election in which two mlnorl
tits mako n majority; but tho majority In all
Federal nrralrs will oo good for four years If It
proves eood for anything. Thoro Is solid com
fort In that.
Thero m much that is wholesomo for tho
Democrats In the doubt that hangs about tho
future. It will bo a powerful aid to Mr. Cleve
land In keeping tbo explicit plodges ho has
mado to tbo Inilcpondvnla that romovais shall
bo limited to responsible positions, that tho
spirit and policy ot Ills Aumlnlstratlou shall
bo opposed to n "cloan swoop" nud tho Civil
Service lleform law Btrlctly curorcod.
Theso aro Mr. Cleveland s porsonal pledges,
mado In a way, a form ami r detail which
will mako their dlsrogard disastrous to his
reputation us nmau. He may break them all
tho camr, but Democrats, oven Wostsrn Doruo
cretr, think ho will not. Independents tool
certain If ho Is tbo noxt Treeldont ho will kcop
faith wllh thorn, jtnd thoy baao their conn
dcuco on lho porsonal onatlnacyot the candi
date they suppoltcd and tho personal straits
In wblch ho and his maosgera sought tholr as
sistance. Democrats who aro thoughtfully running
tbclr eyes up and down tbo fascinating col
umn of tbo Fcdoral "civil list" and wonder
ing bow their names will look opposite a neat
sum under tbo column hoadod "compsnsa
ttou," had better talk tbo matter over with
tbclr Independent friends and take a look nt
tho kind of "letter ot acceptance" tho Demo
cratic candidate gavo bis Independent sup
Ono of tbe stories wblch bubblo along In the
current ot Democratic gossip is that Mr. Carl
Scburz wants to bo Secretary ot State. A
naturalized citizen uevor has conducted tho
foreign nlTolts ot tho United States, nnd It Is
not llkoly tbat ono ovor will. It Is nltogothor
improbablo that Mr. Schurz Is Intriguing tor
this place, and still moro so that Mr. Clovo
land will glvo It to nn Independent. Moro
likely Is It that Mr. Schurz will go abroad. He
would bo virtona grata at Borlln, whore
l'rtnco Blsmnrck has expressed his farorablo
opinion ot Mr. Schurz In strong language-It
report Is to bo credited.
But a post abroad for Mr. Schurz Is no: all
tlio Independents ask. Homo ot thorn, at
least, expect a Cabinet position for somo mom
bcr of tbo parly. It Is early yet to bo talklug
about Mr. Uloveland's Cabinet, and It Is proba
bla tbat no one, not oven tbo candldato him
self, can speak accurately as yot on a subject
wblch Is wrapped, bcsldos, In tbo uncertainty
of tbo contest, Thcro Is always a groat cloud
of rumor and a swarm of plauslblo roporti bo
foro tbo facts aro reached In thoso matters,
Somo things, bowovor, nro clear already,
Daniel Manning will bavo moro to say about
tbo Cablnot omcer from Now Yorlrtban any
ono else. After nominating Mr. Clevoland in
1882, tbo Oovornor-oloct rather slipped out ot
control for six or eight months, but Mr. Mali
nlcg is a persistent man who pushos his way
by steady pressure, and bo Is near enough to
thoDemocratlccandldatoto speak decisively,
ir. which is Improbablo, thoro ts a Cabinet
omcer from Now England, Mr. Birnum will
decldo that, but Mr. Barnum has boon ocllpsod
In tbe closing days ot tho prcBont canvass by
Senator Oormau, who has tho doublo advant
age ot being In tbo Senatonnd being ten years
)ounger, Tho campaign cuds with Mr. Bar-,
num physically oxhaustod, and his porsonal
success in raising monoy has not been great.
T.nst Utcnlnir at tlio OiioriiN.
Last ovcnlng was ono ot unusual attraction
for opcrn-gocre. Both tho Orand Opora
Uouso and National Tboatro wero well tilled,
and tho audiences at both houses wero onthtt
elastic and demonstrative In tholr approval.
At tho National Tbeatro tho Milan Opora
Company rendered tho opera ot "Norma'' In
a manner that raised their hearers to the
highest pitch ot enthusiasm. Tho opera ts
ono ot tbo most dlfllcult and trying ot tho
rcportolre, and yet n company uover ap
peared in moro perfect harmony or to better
signora Damorlnl was given better
opportunities to display tho ilexlblllty ot her
remarkable volco last evening than on olthor
of tbe two procedlng nights. Blgnora Orlan
dl, nt her llrst appearance, doVnonstratod hor
ability as a vocalist and actress. Tbo Wash
Ington publlo has beard nothing flnerln yoars
than tbo dusts rondored by Signora Damorlnl
nnd Signora Orlandl last ovenlng. Slgnor
Olannlnl faithfully nortraved the ltaniin I'm-
consul and won many plaudits. Slgnor Serbo-
lint was given an opportnnlty for moro vocal
display than ho had tn "Alda," and almlrably
QUcd bis part.
Tbo Milan Company havo taken Washing
ton by storm and have secured a hold upon
tho admiration and affection ot their audi
ences which Is only attaluablo by the highest
order ot merit.
At tho Clrand- Opora-Houso "MIgnon" was
S resented In tho most dellchltul manner.
Ills Abbott has soldom appeared to better
advantngo. Every character In "Mlgnou"
was splendidly supported, and tbo tugs
settings and costumes woro vory magnlDcont.
SCENE UHDEnjTHE CALCIUM
Anil X'lrcvrorkH I.riHt Nltclii l'renlt
r l'rlulitoiieil I.ikIIch.
Ben Montgomery, tho clover telegraph
operator at tho White House, was standing
on a bltchltig-block In l'ennsjlvanla avenue,
Just above Wlllard's llotol, last night, whon
tbo llroworks. exploded In a hordlc, A couple
ot ladles woro standing Immediately In front
ot him at tho moment ot tbo oxploslon and
"Ouch I ouch I oil I" scroamod ono of tho
ladles nt tbo first spurt ot tbo powdor. And
tben sho turned around and deltboratsly
throw her arms about Ben's neck.
Atterapaueoot suitable length Ben led the
affrighted lady aside and walked back to
his post to view tbo crumbling ruins. What
was his curprlso thoro to find the othor lady
waiting tor him and to havo a duplication ut
tho nrst actl
Ben has concluded, slnco tho smoke has
clcarod away, that his portly appoaranco and
rotund dimensions had something to do lu
Inviting tho ladles to seek a retugo with him,
Mn, Montgomery is tn tho city.
"Ah Gootl nu Now,"
are tbo words tisod by a lady who was at ono
titno given up vy tno most eminent nurft
clans, and left to die. Itoducod ti jiiioro
skeleton, palo and haggard, not nhfrto'leavo
her bed, from nil thoso dlstroseTug dlsoaaes
peculiar to sufferlno. fompseS, such as dis
placement, leucoriflJaffillarnmatlon, etc.,
etc. Sho began talJySTir, Tierce's "l'avorlto
1'reecrlptlon," ntyffniyo using tho local treat-
iucuis recommmueu ny jum, nnu is now, buo
says, "as aiwIaBnow," l'rico roducod to ono
luiliortiitlnn of ltnuH.
A number ot prominent pbyalclansof Now
lork havo addressed tho following letter to
Secretary McOulloch i
...We, ino undersigned, rocogulzlng tho fact
thot thero Is groat danijerot the Introduction
ot Aslatla cholera into tbo Unltod btttoa
through lho medium ot old rags lmportsd In
to tbo country and coming from European
portr, do boroby respectfully auggost and urge
upon you tho necessity for lminedlato and de
cisive action In roforenco thereto.
Wu are prompted thus toappoal to yon be
causeotlhoiccent removal of restriction an
tho Importation of old rags, and It Is our firm
belief that this threatened danger can only be
averted by lho most thorough and system vn
disinfecting ot all old rags coming from any
and all European pons.
In speaklugon this subject yesterday, Hsare
tary Mcculloch eald ho was fully nllvu to lao
cunt responsibilities resting upon hltn,aid
proposed todn whatsocmed to bo to tho belt
Tor twenty years I wain,iuiJW'ff!fii?Ing
tbo summer montba wUbJjTHy.Fever. I pro
cured a rltleofJJJMHJroam, and was cured
by Its use .alHTTTXirni lAm.rn. Wnv..rlw.
Iloiiaebceiiera Will HnvnMoHfj1
by purchasing their lurrfttujrpeis, &e
a ... vrsv or "flwwiy iiuiauiuenia a
pnjjth's, llUNfijfeMrflSr tvenuo northvjeat.
HAS ITS SAYi
And NltnlBlit In Ilia l'oltit K l-No
JKxnt-tluiin, No Exlrn Olinrg, mill
llui 1'nKlent Tlmollvor Dlnilo-r'lilnt
Ilf!n'Iiy aiennw llxceiitoil
Tho Vatllmoro k Ohio la otlll on feck and
more fancy than ovor whon It comes Jo talking
out lu meeting tor Ibo Interests ot tlio travel
ing public, ns against tho cxactloth ot somo
other and would-bo rival linos. Itaiatoststiot
Into ibo camp ot tho hlgh-prlcod Juid fancy
tlxlnen Hues la a hot ono, and alrosdy thoro is
squirming and twisting to get nwtyfrom tho
Inevitable, But thoro Is no rjao kicking
ngalnst tho prodding, and tbo ororago man
nowadays knows ntblng or two which all tbo
cunningly constructed ndvorttsorafonts ot thoso
wbownnttbo wbolo cattb, nndjthonnot got
cr.ougb, cannot blind htm to tub actual state
ot nrralts. Jf
To pay eight or Ion dollars? oxtra for the
eltuplo riding on a road that assumosall thoro
Is lu Ibis lite worth having ts Ml bosb, and no
longer will tbe dividends of railroad company
ana subsidiary corporations nllko swell at tho
e.tpousoofan ovor-conlldlnBi'1'Ublle. Tho II.
bo. has Itself gone Into thai "limited" ex
press train butlncsF, and, as M over tho rule
with ovorjthlPB dono by tho solid old corpo
ration, tho people piotlt and? would-bo rival
lines wlnco. -
On fill tho "limited " tralte ot othor routos
ileum Is exacted largely In excess ot lho regu
lar ticket rate, and the pasiengor, whether it
be bis choice or not, has tq rimy another oxtra
In tbo sbapo ot sleeplng-oar taro. It ho do
t lines toati'opttbe conditions so arbitrarily
exacted, ho has pertorco tsgo on naloiv train,
nr, according to the laloet principles ot thoso
autocratic companies, rasi-llmo la only for tho
wealthy. On tho B. fc CO. tho best U over
deemed tbo honest duo 1,1 all, and tbo groat
American maxim that ofery man Is bla own
master to follow bla own aweot will has over
been tbo all-governing tlilo ot Its halt century "
nnd moroot existences
In other words, thoro ivro.no extra charaoo ot
any character wbntsoofer on tho B. k o,, and,
llgurntlvely epcnktng,jjlf n man don't want
bash ho don't havo to fako It. It ho deslrosa
aleoper, a parlor car. IDcro It Ir, and the rato
for accommodation ttcnly lho. rogular stand
ard llgurc, not doublttl up as on ctnor Hues, In
tho Interest otnn already all-powerful and rich
Tbo day coaches oa tho B.&O. Limited are
brand now, Just outlat tbo shop nnd perfectly
appointed, combining all tbe latest improve
ment?. They, as altother cars on tho train,
run through without change, and all In tho
samo unparalleled lime. Note tho schoditlo.
Chicago Limited ljavos that city nt 5:10 p.
m.. arriving in Washington tho noxt evening
at 7:30 and Baltuaoro an hour lator. This
ccrlnlnly Is Ujlnrt, a twonty-Uvo hour run to
tho National capital being nil any ono could
ask. And it Isniie dono at a dangerous rato
ot speed or In aa anyway reckless manner.
On tbo B. k o, tbey tako no risks ot this sort,
butwhcnehortcgalngupihotlmo morely take
out all tbo minor stops, and by long, steady
runs cover a vast extent ot territory in a very
short space ot time. Two other trains bosldo
tbo Chicago "Hrmltcd" lsaro tho Oarden City,
onontSilOlnlho morning and tbo othor at
ll:10atnlgh From St, Louis tho Llmltod
leaves at 8 a. fo., and from Cincinnati at 7:30
p. m., reaching Wasblngton noxt atternoon at
ili3() end Baltimore nt 3:35. Thoro aro other
trains also tram St. Louts and Cincinnati, and
East bound ibo II. k o, mis tho bill ot popular
expectation (6 a T. Woet bound It comes In
again with rvnchodulo Hablo to mako tho om
clalsof otbojj llQcsJakoto tholr beds with a
winter's slc hendacbo.
Tbo Limited for Chicago leavos Biltlmore nt
8 a. in,, Washington at I) a. m., and roaches
Chicago at B:20 tho following mornlny, mak
ing a bait Hour's taster tlmo thau tbo much
vaunted "Limited" ot a rival line, and on
wblcb tba excess charge Is no less than $8
from Wasblngton moro than on tbo B, k o.
Tbo B. Ago, Llmltod tor Cincinnati andst.
Louis is ocothor corker, leaving Baltimore at
noon, Washington at 1.05 p.m. and arriving
at Cincinnati nt 7:10 n.ra , tour hours ahead,
nud nt Bp Louis nt 0:30 p. m., four and a-halt
hours alfead, ot tba so called "Limited" Ex
press tai thoso cities on tho othor route.
Tho rifjsburgh "Llmltod" on tho B. k O. Is
an bournnd a-halt faster from.Washlngtou to
that city tban any other would-bo "Limited."
and eoihroughout tbo wholo ot tho I), k 0.8
matchless now schedule, It rauks far above
any ovsr gotten out by other linos, no matter
what Iheir boasts cr assumption to comblno
In thcBisclvcs all tho virtue, oxcollonco nnd
cntorprleo this wholo country affords. Dur
ing tho post suramor a great amount of work
has bien done all along tbo linos ot tho B. 2: 0.
Tb track has been straightened, Immonso
quantities ot now nnd heavy steol rail put
dowti and to-day tbo rldo over l'lcturesquo
B. kb with all Us wondrous beauties ot na
ture! Its unsurpassed equipment, luxurious
carel Its very models ot railway dining halls
ondjllnlng cars, and Us proverbially poltta
anal) attentive train men. Is a Journey tho
cqutl ot wblcb, for all that goos to please and
satltfy, cannot bo made on any othor line on
A DEMOCRATIC PARADER
bliot T.nat JVlclit by uti Insolent Jn'c
cro. Tho only sorlous dlsturbanco during tha
parado last night occurrod at tbe corner 01
Nineteenth etreet and tho Avenue about 0:30
o'clock, In which Larry Sullivan, a young
whlto man omployod at tho gas works, was
shot In tbo bead by a negro.
It is alleged that whllo the procession was
pasting lho point namod, a colored man
named Burrlll Carter mado htmsolt offensive
to the celebrants.
Young Sullivan took offense at an oplthot
and struck tho negro on tbo head
wllh tho torch which ho was carrying
In lho procession. A pistol shot
immediately followod, nnu Sullivan, rocelvlug
tho bullet In his head, etaggerod utid would
havo fallen but tor the asslstanco ot friends,
who caught him. It was then dtscovorod that
tbo bullet bad ontcrea his torohcad. omcer
Murphy caught carter and put tho nlppors ou
him, and a companion ot Carter's named John
Brown was also takon Into custody.
A largo crowd lott tho ranks and throatoned
to kill Carter, but moro policemen arrived,
and tbo prisoners woro satoly landed behind
iuu un ai iuo founu rrocinci Btauon-uouso.
Sullivan was taken to l'rovldonco Hospital,
and thts morning be was removed to bis home,
1132 Twenty-third street, having recovorod
somewhat, although tho bullet had not been
omcer Murphy, who arrooted Cartor last
night, Btated to a Came roportor this morn
Ihk that tbo crowd would havo lynched tba
colored man It tbo police bad not succeeded
In getting possession of him.
Tbo ofilccr this morning lodged a charge ot
assault against Mattbow McUarvey, Carter's
friend, who tried to resctto him, Tho police
man bad a rough time ot It beforo asslstanco
arrived. Ho was knocked down by a blow
from a torch that was aimed at Carter. Ho
eays tbat not lees than atty torch-poles wore
broken over tbo negro's hoad, which must be
us bard as iron. Carter rotuses to mako any
statement about tho shooting.
In lho Tollco Court tbla mornlug Cartor was
charged wllh assault with Intent to kill, and
tbo caso went ovor Indollnltsly undor $1,000
ball. The defendant was committed In default
bullUnu Denies iiiirrellni; Willi
Young Sullivan Is about 20 years old, has n
good face, and Is well devoloped. Ho Is spoken
of by his neighbors as a good boy.
A reporter ot the Omiia callod at Sullivan's
houso this afternoon, Ho was sitting In tho
front room, chatting with some friends. He
mado the following statement to tno reporter!
"I was In tho procession, and whon wo
reached Pennsylvania avenue, between Nine
tcenth and Twentieth streets, I noticed that n
light was in progross on tbo sidewalk. A col
ored man appeared to bo getting lho worst ot
ot It, and I Interfered In his bobalt. For do
lug this somo ono hit mo In tbo neck with a
rock, nnd as I was about to statt off I was
Sullivan soys be can reoognlzo tbo man who
sbot biro, as does also his companion, who
was with him, Sullivan further siys ha had
m quuirei wuatover witu uarter.
Fresh Aldornoy butter,
tub uiu, uuuvoieu
rd" prints. 45c.
por id. Also
m, 15o. per pint.
Pur Cough. ColiU, noancno's. Croup, Asthma, t
in oik ml lii, Vuooi'iff C'oupli, lwlknttti)iiuiniH
UUII, Ul 111 IVIIUIH IUIIUIII uvu a
Miauill III HU'UUVIU pillL Ut
U1U UlKI'UVVi llllUUllia. tIIlN
tlon. 'Jtio Gciiultio Ji) Jittll'tf
1 fit unn. mi run no in univ inn
liiihlts imii'twiv. nnd Uam our II
II llUlllt'lVII lllltlVMill KB IU It I
: 1... :.i J- 11..1.. ...!..
I A iiiiT Head in a Ch cte, a HnU
I Ntrfn liuttai'Idiheu and tha
Sfac-HtmUoleniatureorJoflii II' I
f)L fbr Jf bull A. If. ITtlrr .. Holo
.I..7. I'"!'. mUlmou., Hit., 0.1). A. I
I'liew I.nnso'H I'luas The arrntTutmecn An
a ii -uirvja
nik.aurrm at, Ore
run tegular ribbed English nose, sizes 5 to
Doublo-knocd Heavy lllbbod Hose, Black,
cents; worth 05 cents,
Misses' Black Spliccd-Fcct Hoae, 5 to 8'4,
Misses' Fine Casbmero Hose, all ehados, all
Ladles' French Ribbed Oashmero Hose, all
V,-ti and Extra Long Oashmero Hoae, in all
Ladles' Spllced-rect Hose, all shades, at 50
Ladles' 0, k O. Uose, unbleached, 50 cents;
Ladles' Casbmero Hose, In alt shade", from
Great Slaughter in
Now Is Your Chance Tor Banjulns.
READ KING'S PALACE PRICES1
Elegant Dolmans, Newmarkets, llusslau Circu
late, at $5, $0, $7 and $8,
All styles ot Jacket", at SI, $1,50, $5, $5.50
ICO Silk and Batla Wrap;, at $0, $10 and $12.
Silk Flush, rjarments bolow market value
2,000 Misses' and Children's llavolocks and
Newmarkets, a most magnificent lino, at
$2, $3, $1, $5and$0.
G.OOO Wool and Fronch Felt Hat;, 50:., 75c,
$1 and $1.25.
2,000 Children's Elegant Trimmed Hatr, at
25c, GOc.) 75c, $1 and $1.25.
Birds, Plumos, Wings, Tips, Rib
Silks, Satins, Velveteens,
Lees than sold olsowbot e.
CORSETS and KID GLOVES,
Below Manufacturers' Trices.
Do not buy until you havo examined our
clock and ascertained our prices, 11 you wish
to bavo your money,
014 Seventh Stroot Northwest.
IE. C3-. ID-A-VIS.
Black Dress Goods, Embroideries,
Laco3 and Trimmings.
710 maukkt space, wasihxoton, d. 0.
786 QO .QO GO 788
TO THE OUUINAL
, For Ladles' and Ohlldron'e
Cloaks. Cloaks. Cloaks.
$1 purchaser recolvcs one rod ticket, 25
good fora largo oil painting.
Cloak Farlors of tbo New York Cloak and Butt
Company opened. Don't buy olsowhoroboforo
examining tholr Imported wit.M'S.
73G Seventh St.-Mournlng Store.
LADIES' SEALSKIN SACQUES
FINE PLUSH SACQUES, CIRCU-
In Brocade, Velvet, Silk and Plush.
BEAVEIt OAI-ES AND MDIT8,BE.VEll AND
OTHER. l'Ult TRIMMINGS,
B. H. STINEMETZ & SON,
HATTEKS AND FnniHEItS, 1237 TENN, AVE
416 Seventh St. Northwest.
AETIFICIAL TEETH WITHOUT PLATES
Kormf rly Kxpcrt ol tho SnEITIELD TOOTH
CltOWK CO,, r,'cw York city bu located at
001 TUIHTKENTII STHEITT, corner V,
Makes a specialty ot
TOOTH OROWNH AND AllTIPIOIAL TEETH
General Dentistry In all Us branches.
3 X.. -TOrOIjE,3 HJZ. 3T.
1810 F BTREET NORTHWEST.
"THE QTTBBB'S OWI"
BY ORDER OF HER MAJESTY FOR THE
USE OF THE ROYAL FAMILY.
r TheBO remedies bavo boon tisod In private
practice in this country for many years, and
havo been tbo foundation ot tho auccoss ot
many noted specialists. Thoy are unap
proachable in excellence, and nny ono using
tbem according to directions cannot bo sick.
Tlfoy aro now for tho first tlmo put upon tho
market tor general uso.
Do not nay hundreds of dollars tn iloctnm
until these remedies bavo boon trlod. Wrlto
a full description of your symptoms nnd con.
dltlon to "lho cuoen's Own," and, whntovor
your disease, you will receive free by return
mall directions for Immediate roller una per
manent euro. Tboso modlclnos aro scleutlllc,
practical and cortaln tn their action,
THE KIDNEY REGULATOR Is an tl.NI'AIMNO
lir.su'.uv tor Brlght's Dlseaso and all dlaoasos
of tho urinary organs.
the dyspepsia CURE rostoros tho stomach
and bowels to perrect boalth.
TnE DmiTlIERlA CURE la absolutely cer
tain to euro lho worst cases It usod accordlug
to directions, l'rico ot olthor, $1 por bottlo.
Tbo Now Yoikofllco Is tho only placo whoro
nny ot tboso medicines can boobinlnod until
further notice, as tbo dimculty ot procuring
eomo ot tbo Ingredients makes it Impoasiblo to
supply tho trade at present, nnd no more man
olx bottles will bo sold to onu poison at ono
tlmo. Tho price of thoso remodles will bo
One ilollur per bottle, HU bottles nt uno
tlmo tn 0110 lulilrcus, Vivo nullum.
l'ariloa sending orders will pleaso have a
llttlo patience with the agents, as on sovoral
occasions tho demand has ovor run tbo sup
Ply and caused delays. All orders aro tilled
in turn as they aro recotvod. Address
"Tho Quoen's Own,"
.. No, 30 East Fourteenth st.,
go3(Mt New York city.
FADBL-S- Oa BSO..
422-21 Elehth St., between DnndEn.w.
Oloso carriages tor weddings, calls and ro
coptlous, Hoarding and Llvory stable,
issis' anil Boys' Hosiory !
8, only 25 conts 1 worth S3 cents,
aarnot, Brown and Blue, slzoa U to 8 at CO
CO ccntsi wotth OS cents.
sizes, nt CO cents) teal value, 03 cents.
cents) former price, 03 cents.
regular price, 75 cent.
CO conts to (2 per pair.
oto 624 3sriasru:i3: sx.
YOU MUST BUY YOUR GROCERIES
Cliicago Grocery Go.
806 SEVENTH ST. N. W.
Tho Chicago Grocery Company, 800 Seventh
Btroct, offors Brown Sugars for 5c. lb., Almost
Whlto bugar for Oc. lb., Btandard A Sugar tnr
OMjC, or 10 pounds for 03c.) Oranulatod Bugar
tor 7c, or 10 pounds for 08c; Cut-Loat Bugar
for 7JJc or 10 pounds for 73e.
Bend your orders by mall or telophono.
Tclephono call, -123 2.
Our Coffeo nnd Tea boat anything In quality.
Hour! Hour! Elour!
Wo offer Flour Iowor than nuy house In the
Tho Chicago Grocery Company, GOO Btvonth
streot, offors Hour at rock-bottom prlcos 1
Ceres, $0.08 bbl., $1.75 4 bbl., 88c. bbl.
Sterling, 0.18 bbl., $1.05 '4 bbl., 83c. bbl.
Ollt Edge, $0.25 bbl., $1.53 4 bbl,, 70c. bbl.
Oolden Hill, $5.08 bbl , $1.50 i bbl., 75c. 'h bbl,
Swiss Trocess, $0.25 bbl., $1.53 '4 bbl,, 70c. i
Cook's Dollght, $5.25 bbl., fl.33 u bbl,, 03c.
Bond your order bj-mall or telophono to tho
. 806 Seventh St. N. W.
OF EXTRA SOrERIOR QUALITY, MY OWN
GUARANTEED TO BE TORE,
N. W. BURCHELL,
1323 T STREET NORTHWEST.
Fresli-Me Butter !
Packed From tho Churn In 3-lb. Palls
Received Twice a Week,
Direct From a Dairy of Aldorney Cows,
428 NINTH STREET.
Botwoon D and E. Nozt Door to Jar
vis Ico Oroam Saloon.
brownie & mm
Wholosalo and Retail Dealers In
AaiCNTti FOR WKRNER'a
A Fare Amortcan Wlno. All tho1 best Porolgn
Oordlala and Bitters. We are also AcenU for tho
Celebrated CLYBMIO WATER, and
Calvin Shafer'8 Wild Cherry Rock and Rye
Bryan's Pride Flour.
o. o. :B:RxA.:isr,
la NKW YORK AVKMUE.
WHEN YOU ARK BlTYINa
TEAS, COFFEES AND SPICES,
Itemcmber you can get them at Now York rrlcea
American Tea Store,
COR.BKVIiNTH AND I BTH.
IIAKUOUIC A 1IABIILTON,
U7. 030. 114 1 Lonllana Avenue.
W. H. HARROVER,
010 HEVONTH BTREErr NORTirWEST,
UTOVE AND gDRNAOB RKI'AIR3,
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
LEAVJJ B. & 1'. DBl'OT, BIXTII AND B STS
MO K. m. For all Way Rtatlons Lexington, Ky.
JoulBVlUe. Cincinnati, Columbus and Ht. Louis
Dally except Buuday,
11:01. n. m. For Williamsburg, V., Newport
News. Old 1'olnt Comlort aud Norfolk. Dally
6.10 p. m. For Louisville, Cincinnati, Bt. Lonls
and Cblcaao, rounectlng fur All points West,
Northwest and Kouthwest, Fast Kxpress
(dally); iIoch not stop for local buslucaj.
Through Pullman servlco to Louisville aud
I or tickets and Information apply atO.&0.
Rallnay olllce. 613 Pennsylvania avenue, under
National Hotel, V. Slid. Railway olUce,' IW1
Pennsylvania nvc. and JI. A 1. Motion.
11. W. JfULLER,
aW.BMITir, Hen. Pusa. Agent.
FRANK TKltlU.N.K Panger Agent.
T OW I'ARKS-
JU V0HTHKM9 MONROE AND NORFOLK.
J'ln&'l.OLAHHl'AltK.ei.uS; RO0N1I I'MIMJ,
Hteamer LADY 1)1? Tllla LAKH Moniiy,
Wedncedny and I'rlday at 6:JU n. m,
Pioaiiu nud rooms secured at (leneral OJlico.
Blith-sirectwbivrr. Telophono call, 7115,
I'd 1 1)51 All RIVKIt LANDlNtiH.-atcaiuer
THOMl'KON Monday, Wednesday and Friday at
JOSEPH BART & CO.,
Orltlo Building, 611 Ninth St
Vine Work Kreoated L'rouiptly,
400 Seventh St. Northwest, East Side.
tom out ropreeents WII
eon's ramoua $3.50 Shoe,
mado In Button, oongross
and Loco. Tha demanil
tor them In Baltimore has
poon grentor than
now roadyto sup
Ply tho pooplo ot
Brcry lmlr la AYnrrniiti-il to lVrnr
Tqiinl In imy rivp Xtolliir Nlioc In Hio
mnrkcl. Try n inlr to In Coiirlnccil.
Tlils represents our WauStonphasI,
Mado to Moasuro nt $5.00.
WILSON, Custom Shoemaker,
400 Boventh Btroct Nortliwoat, East Bldo.
k - .
TO TIIKKOllTH, mSTASDHOUTUITUJT.
DOUBLE TRACK. BILENDID BCENERY.
IN KFf OT NOVKMIJKIt 3, 18SI.
TRAIMH WCAVK WABIUNUTON, from Blatloa
corner ol Hlxtb and D streets, as follows:
Por l'ltliiburcli nnd tbe West, Chlcano Limited
Kxprcsa of Palace . Bleeping Cora t ,4J
A. M. dally) Font Lino, 0.40 A. M. dally to
Cincinnati and Bt. Jmii, with Bleeping; Cars
from HorrUburir to Cincinnati, and Hotel Car
to Bt. Louis; dally, ctcent Batnrday, to Olilcoiso.
with BieenlnE Car from Altoona to Chicago!
Western Kxpress, 7.40 P. M. dally, with Palace
Caro to l'lttsburah; also connects dally lor Old
c(to, with Bleeping; Car Pittsburgh to Ordcaio
Mall Express, fo l1? it. dally lur Plttsburrlian j
the West, with Palaco Blecplne Car from Wash.
Ington to Chlcasio.
BALTIMORE A TOTOMAO RAILROAD.
For Erie. Canandalgna, Rochester, Bunalo. Nlai
arB.ntIO.wp. m. dally oxcep: Saturday, Willi
Palace Cars from Wmhlntton to Rochester,
nnd Washington to Buffalo. Train Icavln
Wmhlngton on Baturday night will not run
For Wllllamsport, Lock Haven and Hlmlra at
0.40 A , M. dally oxcept Sunday. '-'mira. at
For New York and the Hust. 7:1S, 8.30 nnd
11 A. M 2, 4. 10 and 1I.1S p. M. On Sunibiy
4 00,10.00 and 11.15 P. M. Limited Bxprau ot
Pullman Parlor CarB, 0.40 A. M. dally execot
For Boston, without change. 2.(0 F, It. ererv
week day: on Bnndoy, P. M.
Tor Brooklyn, N. v., nil throneh trains connect
at Jersey City wllh boats of Brooklyn Annex.
nlTordlns direct transler to Fulton street, avoid.
For Philadelphia, 7.15, 8.80 arid II A. m'.,2. 4.
e.IOand it.lh P. if.) on Sunday at 4,0.10 nndli.li
P. M. Limited Kxpress, 5.40A. M, dally except
For Baltimore, 0.35, 7.15, 8 JO, O.40 and 11 A. M
12.05, 2. 4, 425,4.40,0.00.7.40, lo.Wandll.15P.Mi
SSinMS t'. M? U()0A .. ., 6.00, 7.4W. iScd
For Pop'o'a Creek Lluo, 6.S3 A. M. and 4.40 r. M.
dally, except Sunday. "
For Annapolis, CM A. M. llOJand 4.40 P. M. dally
u, uu.iv.u .v.lakftl, HtlVNI ..ICYT X UrK CUV.
n- PMIfwlAlnhlD "IK a "rt Jj .. A'iV
ALEXANDRIA &FREDERIOKBBnRO nAIL.
For AlozandriA, 0, 7, 9.23, 11,01 nnd 21.33 A. AT .
atc.o.25'. iir.ix.Mr.KMKM. ' "u DM,0"
,0.25'.ii:dtX.Mr'8"05P.M. ' "" l"'u"Jr
dchmond unci the Bouth. 0 and 11.01 A. IT.
y, and 4.15 P. M. dally, except Sunday,
s leave Alexandria for Washington, 0.03.
8 00, 10.00 and 10.10 A.M.. 1, 3.03, 8JZ3. B.10. 7.03 and
10.46 P. M. and 12.10 midnight wept Ubnday,
V.ni,f)uI1i1ifWn8-nVlfn.'1 W-WAm., 7.05 and 10.40
P. M. and 12.10 night. .
Tickets nnd Information at the office? northeut
line nod at the station, where orders can bo left for
the i cbecklngof bagcago to destination from hotela
, J. R. WOOD.
,.... Qenoral raasenger Agent.
OITAH. E.PPOII.Ociieral Manager. """"'
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD,
THE MODEL FAST LINE AND TnE ONI.T
LINK BETWEEN '
TH E EAST A N D Tl I K WEST.
VIA WASHINGTON. '
DOUBLE TllAOKt JANNEY COUPLER
.. , . . BTKKLltAILHI """
BChUdnUt,.ffu,r1heCrDnettIeBeyNI,Ay' K0V' 1M-
'CWci.io,0Ji.. M., and 10.10 P.M., dally 1.03
P. M. dally except Baturday. 1 ho o A. M lia
Limited Brpress to Chicago nnd Pittsburgh. No
extra faro is charged on tills train. s '"0
J?orClnclunatl,JbonlaTllle andst. Loulj. dally
at 1.05 P. M. nnd io 10 p. M. with through ceacbej
and Palace Bleeping Cars to nbovcCpointa T with
For Pittsburgh at OA. M, wllh Tarlor Car
and 8.40 P. Mfitallyi 8.4) P.M. to lMitiburgii.
C pveland and Detroit, wllh Bleeping Cars to
l!pr 'lu!ei10 and Detroit, via Monroovllle. I.OS
P.M. dally, except Saturday, with Bloeper for
Toledo, via Wheeling and Lake Erie It. it.
For Baltimore on week days, 0.00, 0.80, 6.40, 7,10
8.M, nnd 10.00 A. M., 1110, 2.l67 sS3 ,8.30
18043-mlnute train), 4.40,' 5.3 0.3o, 7.M, 7.10. 10
lor Baltuaoro on Sundays, C.30, 7.30, 8.20. 11
A. M ,t 1.25, 2.10, 4.40. 0.30, 0.KU, 7.20. 7.40, iu Km,'
. FM 'iP."".8.?11 ,he Bheuaudooh Valloy lUllroad,
1.03 P. M dally.
For Annapolis, 0.40 A. It., and 12.10 and 4 10
P.M.; on Sunday, 8.20 A.M.. 1.40P.M.
For way stations between Washington and Bl
mere, 5, 6.40. 8.80 A.M., 12.10 P. M.. 3.3J. 4.40, 0.30
10.UOP.M. On Bnndays, 8.20 A. M. and 1.25, 4.40
0,30and 10 P.M.
jror stMlorui on Metropolitan Branch, 7,23
A, M., nnd 0.30 P, M, dally except Sunday, 4.45 p.
M. dally, except buudayj for principal stations
onMctropolltnnBrvicb. 005 A. M, dally, except .
hundny, for Lexington, Staunton and Valley
Branch, 0.05 A. M, dally, except Bandar, for
Frederick, 0.05 A. M.. 4.45 p. M. dally, except
jrornmrei.town.o.03 A.M.dallj oxcept San
day, and 6.30 P.M. dally.
M tsS"730 P.Mrm ,h Wes'dttU" 0-20.7.20 A.
From' Annapolis, 1 20 A. M., and 1,50 aud 0,37 P.
M. Bunilay. 0.43 A.M.. 0.37 P.M. '
From Lexington, 2.03 P.M. dally, except Ban
day. From Frederick and Intermediate point!, 8.23
A.M.. 2.03 P. M. and 7. 10 P., M. dally except Siiu
dar. Trains leave Baltimore for Washington at 4,40.
0.3O, 7.10, 8, 0, and lp.30 A, M 12 12.15, 3, 4
4.30. 5, 0.S0, 7.SO.0 and 0.30 P. M. on sundava, 4.1)
8.8.10, 12 A. M.. 1,30, 4.30, 5, 0 30, 7.: 0f .30 P. if .
AH trams rrom Washington stopnt HelayBtt.
tlonfxcept 4.30 P.M.
For further Information apply at the Baltimore
& Ohio Ticket Onico, Washington alatlou, 019 aud
1351 Pennsylvania avenue, corner of Fourteemn
street, wheie orders will bo taken for baggage to
lm checked and received at any point lutneclty
W. M. CLEMENTS, UK. LORD,
M. of T., Baltimore, P.P. A.
WASHINGTON, OHIO & WESTERN RAIL.
TWO TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN ALEX
ANDRIA AND ROUND HILL.
Leave Washington at 0.23 a. in. and 4.13 p. ni.
and Alexandria at 0:33 a.m. and 4 35 p. m. Pau
Leesburg. going westward, at 11:30 a.-m. and 0:41
p. in., nnd arrive at Hound UIU at 12:19 p, m. and
7.29 p. m.
Ltuve Ilonnd Hill at 6.30 a. m. ana 4 15 p.m.
PaasLresburg.golngeastward.at b:U a. m. and
6.17 p. tn. nnd arrive nt Alexandria at SOJa. m,
nnd 7,17 p. ru. and at Washington at 8:13 a, m. and
7:23 p. in.
SUNDAY TRAINS leave Round IIII1 at 5-30 a.
tn. and 4.35 p. in. Arrlvea at Alexandria at 8.0,1 a.
m. and 7:17 p.m. and Washington at 8.13 n, la,
nnd 7:25 p. ni. Leave Wasblngton at 0.25 a. iu,
and 8.05 p. m,, Alexandria at 0:35 a. m. and 8.13
p.m.) puna Lecaburg. going eastward, at 0.12 a.
m. andul7p. m.; westward, 11:30 a.m. and 10.19
P'm' B. M. BROPHY. Superintendent.
Tho Virfjlnla Midland Hallway.
THE BHOllT LINK TO TnE SOUTH.
SOUTHWEST AND WKBT, auulu'
Schedule In enect OCTOBER 12, 1581.
tUO A. M.-NEW ORLEANS MAIL dally, mak
ing close connections to all points South and
Southwest. (Dally except Sunday) wllh 0. 4 O,
Railway. Pul man bleeping Bullitt cara from
Now York unci Washington to Atlanta. Pull,
man Sleeping Cara from Washington and At.
lanta tc New Orleans.
5.10 P. M.-LOUISVILLK FAST LINE. Dally,
via Charlottesville to Cincinnati, Loulsvlllo
and all Western polnla, Pullman SlceplngCara
Irom Washington to Louisville.
Dally to all points South and southwest via
from Washington via Danville, Charlntto aud
Atlanta to New Orleans, also, from Washing,
ton via Charlotte and. Columbia to Augusta,
MnnuBsaa Dlvliton train leaves Waahtugtuu tl
7.W) a. m. dally except Sunday,
Warreuton trains leave Washington at 0,10 a, m,
and 6.10 p. m. dally.
Fur llckrla and lulormallon tugulro at Com
rnur'a Olllco, (AH Penna. nve,
Trains Irnvo from B. & P. Matlon
M. fel.AUOIITKU. N, MACDANIUL.
den. Pans. Ageul, Agent,
bOL lfAhH, TraCIo MunaBer.
o.ift.:e. s s r x nsr o-b ,
Has In stock a full line of Oarpetlngo, all graces
Oilcloths, Cocoa and Straw Mattings. Also, lateal
atylea tn Wall Paper, Window Shadea and Curtain
(looaa, WIr Window and Door Ucroeni.
KO, 4SB NINTH STREET NORTHWEST,
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