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TUB WASHINGTON CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1885.
k k rsi I V I h h n T M f IU,W"W" WASHINGTON CRITIC ii7;,i rii nit ixdwatioxs, lor loilav, continued cool ami fair weather Is Imllcnlcil for Washington nnd rcinit. leinllv. For Si attiriln), Increasing cloudiness nml Unlit local showers, with fhillonarv tnn ttcrntiirc, arc Indlcnteil fur (lie Middle At J ant to States. Tlici inoiiieti'i' ItenilhiKM Thermometer rcndliijfs, September 18' 3 a. in., fi7e.l,7n in, MM, 11 ii m, 181, fcjitdiilier 17 Monti tempi raturo, W.7: innxlimiin, Tl'll, tnliiliiiinii, 51 0, menu lclnlho liiiinldll), Ii7.() AmiiMcmi'iitx. AiiiirnuV- Adit dial Folio's ' 1 In Mlktiilo " till roos-' Tin Hoop of OiiM " lliur Mi rt M I'll k ('nrinnii TntATiir (nMimi i Mllo (ilninl. Hotel Dlici'tor.v. l'bbltt House corner! Itli mid l'strotts. ft .liuni's lluti I (it list mut I'piinn in is Itnri I 1I u- I'rniiii nn , near lltli st. ( lliilnti llmirr. itli nml 1 streets lofcknin, 13JH I'vtrLt nortliwoat. couiiT Jtr.coni). Cot UT in (IfM'ttAi, TrttM Citinr .Ir- TICll C vnnrit AMI JlSTlCI.1 I'llX, .IMI1 ami Ml much. Strong vs. Dlstrlit, nrti incnts to uxcrptlutis of District to an aril uf Ijontil of refcrco coittlnticit. Chimin vt, tourr .It tu.r Cox Willi un T. liters, fnlsn litctciisi, rcrnxulznmulii WO tnl,cii. William Wilson. Intimidating U.S. Million (appeal from I'ollco Court), idi a of milltj nml sentence of one hour In all. Thomas IIno, assault, W ilajs In all. l'oucr. CoitiT Jl-dok S.Nrti ltldiinl Hudson nml John Council, nffrnji collateral f oi felted, lloto .Mcllcvltt, habitual ilriinlan nces ; 10 ilnjs Jlrldgct Crogan, profanltj; JlOorCOilnjs, Mar) Nichols, do.; $5 or IRilnjn, John Mason mid ballloOnrdon, colored, loud nml boisterous; dismissed Michael amnion, nflni) ; collateral forfeit ed. John Mnhonc, do ; do Snrnli Haw kins, ooeutilt ; $10 or ISO ilnjs. John llar I cr, colored, njrronci ; IK) ilnjs. (ieorro llnrler, colored, writing policy , $."0 col ltitcrnl forfeited I.OVAT. IIUIV.VS. Mviiliim llnjipj couples In seaich of IiuumI ecplntr outfits. Cnllatllreltb.irth's, Odil-1'cllows' llnll 1 iinilturo Wnrchouso. J. K. Hint: comphliied to tho pollco last night that three steers lnvo been etolen fiom tlic llaltlmoro & Ohio sioels jnrds, Dilnwnto nvcntio Tiic encampment of tho Washington Cutlet Corps nt tho old Schcutzcn l'nrk loses to-night, 'lho Cnrsou Guards will visit tlicin tills evening. M i ci vi. Notice, Lutlles mid gintlcmen can ohtuln first ilnss boanl for tncntj dol lars per month nt the Cii'lno, ?Jj bevcntli Mnet A inn. occiimd In tho frame, groccrv Mote of lllchnrd Skinner, Y.4M nud I'onndnrv streets, about J 1.80 o'clock lust night. 'Iho origin ofthollrols unknown. Dainngc, $-CO. Tin. Homo Co-opcratlo 1'tircbaso mid llullillmr Association, recently organized, lias elected the following nfllccis: U. V. ?. Ocden, urctlilent; WT M. Potter, lco pietldeut, mid T. It. llene), man ier (iLonm: llAinu.u, a outliful colored 1 ollcj writer, wns nnutted ly lrlnto Mael dox jcstenlaj of tho I'ourtli Product. IIo Is old It! jears old, and Is tho jounost jollcj writer ccrnrrcsted here. Ho for lelted I'M collateral In tho Police Court this ii.oruln. Mri-iTi Conosru IImitiovv jcstenhy nftcinoo)! held un Inquest on tho"hoily of lho colored man, Henry Slmms, who was luutnor nml Killed lij nn Aciiuo car. 'J ho Iiifjuest resulted In a erdlct of acci dental death, and rclloud tho street-car ccmpaii of all icspoiisllilllty. Ken; McUcmtt, tho oldest .iij on tho lltt tdiico tho death of Allies White, was In tho dock nt tho Pollco Court this inorii Ingcl.urp;cdwltlilmbltualdriinkcnncs3. bho was arrested jcslerday two houis after be ing icleiised from tho workhouse. "I'oi tho Lord's Bake, Judge, don't send mo dow n thcionj:niii. I helloo they Just wait till I ;rct out to nrrcst me," she said. Ninety ilajs. Inn colonel's Jurj In thoensoot Sergeant Kd. Alexander, who was stahhed and killed nt tho koldlers' Homo by Private Patrick Nauchton, lato jeslcrilaj nttcnioon ren dcied metdlct to tho effect that Alexander cctno to his death from an incised wound of the ubdomen lulllctcd lij a kulfo lu tho hands of Patrick Naughton. 'lho prisoner Hcsccinmltted to Jail lij tho acting cor oner. At inn incellng of tho Union Veteran Corps (Old (Juard), held last ccnlng, two uctio members mid six honornrj incmbcri were elected. Sergeant 0. 11. Cannon win nppolntcd first sergeant and Comiado P II. fcattcs elected as recording tccrct uy of tho corjis. 'ihelr lease on .Masonic Hall halng expired tho meeting was held at ISO Louisi ana aumic, which they luwo fitted up handsomely. The ladles' and gentlemen's dining-rooms of tho Casino, r-T, Scuuth street, will bo oi en on Sundays. Jt illinium tin Oiiurantlnc. Tho Ualtltnoro Sun makes tho following explanation of tho manner In which ".cssels bringing asphalt from Trinidad reach Mil cltj without undergoing quarantine In M cct'on. Tho c6fele, which are owned by tfio 'irlnldnd Asphalt Conipmy, nro so much llko coasters that the ijiiorantluo of liccrs were on two occasions deccUcd by lliem mid allowed them to piss, 'llio ves sels arc manned bj persons ramlllai with tho channels of tho bay and Potomac rler, eomen.uotitly thoy never employ pilots. ilarland and Vlrulnla pilots are generally careful to bring their essels up to tho nuarantino station and allow tho health au thorities to examine them beforo making a port. The officers of tho Asphalt Com pan hae been notified that if their csscls persist In passing lho quurantluo station, either by night or day, without permission, thej will not bo allow od to como Into port, mid will bo sent back to tho quarantine giounds. Fortunately tho esgls icfcrrcd to eamo fiom u health) port with u healthy mrfio. Tim I'nlr nt I.ochIiui. lho fair at Leeshurg closed yesterday Tho featiuo of tho day was tho races, w hlch began at 1 o'clock. Tho Hist n iiiniilng rue, four-fifths of a mile, and repeat was furj.150 dUlded. Smith and Carter's Km ma Creamer won tho first heat, AVIlllam (iuith's Shamrock won tho second ami I'lauia Creamer third. In tho trotting race, mllo heats for 200 divided, S. Itossn Hlln Kocs won tho llrtt, fourth and fifth heats, mid (loodsall's John New tho second nud third. In the third lacc.two fifths of a mllo heats, J. Upplebco's Nelllo Oleiinou won tho first nud second heats with Mndoo Mconil I In each Tho Inst race, nliurdloof four-llfths of nmllo heats, (inrth's Sham rock won tho first and second heats, his only compelltoi being Hall's Joker. A lioj's foot ineofor ?lo closed tho fair for tho j ear. A Hpi-rinl ) 111 ! AiiCMteil. Special OITIcor Daniel McPhcrson was ar rested by Ofllccr Kauchcr of tho regular forcofor cruelty to animals In killing n, agrnut dog in n bungling manner with Ida club. Tho oudunco ahon id that tho ilog w as a public nulsanco In tho uclgliboi hood of Fourth and H streets, and a few nights ago Mcl'hcrion attempted to kill tho dog avlth his club ond left him groaning and suffeilngon tho stnet. A Huo off) win Iiuposcil. Am Apiu'tifu fin I'li'H. A colored buiglar concealed himself In lho bakehouse of Mr. llclsingor, on (1 street, near Third stieot, last night. Fif teen mlnulcs after Mr. II, retired ho hcatd u uolso In tho bakchouso and cumo dow n In tlmo to seo tho negro tump out of a Hour barrel and cscapo lluring tho (If teen min utes ho ate seven pics. Iteiiivinlivr. That Flseman llros., cor 7lh & K, soli tho mott lellablo clothing nt tho lowest prices. DnMJTbo deceived ask for mid tnko only V.:JJj ."ouKluss &Bpni' Cnpsloinn Cotixh .'iW.ftfr ."J1,"' ,Co,a, d boroThrouts. J). B. and Trado itark on ovcry drop. "Alderiiey Dairy H'ucoin." Fresh Alderney butter, clmrnort every morn Inir mid dcllvuroa In H U. "Ward" prints, 3lo rertt. AUo pottnpo cheose, buttermilk and nweet mlU, Sc. per qt. Croaai. lio.per pint. Till'. 1'M.I.S (JlWHClt l'MU. All t'liiibiilid llili'tc.! tutbo Oiiiiirkm' ricnli, 'Die nllendat re nt the Falls Church I'nlr wns not quite so large jesterdn) as on tho dnj lifine, but wnslu cxee'ss of il,00il )ieo pie, who wercrecoled w Ith great coidlallly bj the riciptlon conuillleo. Aiiumherof lending fjrniiRtrg arrhed on the caily train, Ii eltnllim- Itnl erl llcutlj, president of the btnti Agrlrullural Society; SccretatJ It. F. 'I In inns of PcnnsjlMiiili Stalo (Irange; Commissioner Colmau of tho Agrlcultilial DepniliiKut, and Coiilmlwlonei Harrison of lrglnln, Win. Saunders, Dr. John Trimble, John It, Thoinpsuii, three of tho foundcis of the older 'Ihenddte-sses oflhcdaj Were delivered bj Comuilssloncr Column, Hon ltaiulolph llarrltou, I.iounrd II Ithone, master of tln PiiiusjlMiulaStatodrange, and Colo nol II. II. 'iliomns, secretarj of lliol'cnu slmiln(lrniigc 'Hie finest utile exhibit wns that of M. II Howe, (onIsllngof ilEhlien head from ii lirrtl nf LfiO Jtrsejs Ills stork lias Jut nturiird fmin Wheeling, w hero they took the first pilzes. Another linn lot wcro tho Dctoiif, Li-hiiurlnir to .Mr. W. 'I' Smootof I.anglrj, a Another oxcellent uxhlhlt wnstliat of Mr II J. Illrch, tho leading ireccr of Falls Chinch. " 'lho final trial of horsemanship at the tournament, which leiuidued imconcluded on Wednesdaj, has bedi postponed until tiMiiorrow morning, when the Knights who were tied In tho contest ostonlaj will rldo renin. 'Ilieso are W J. Wallers, W. V. Wjllo and I,. Sclbcllof Marjland, T. Shu iuo of tho District of Columbia, and (1 Stewart ami W I". 1 lionns of Virginia Among the aitleles In tho Indies' exhibit Is.Mrs. l)r .Morgan's silk quilt, which took the liliilict prize at lho Marjl mil Instltulo ntoneof Itseaillest oxhlbltlons. It con tains 1,010 skeins of silk. Fxiellcnt music for dancing was fur iiMnil hj tho local baud, ami both town niidiouiitrj girls uijojed It with the great est entliiislnsm. One of the most amusing features of tho daj was the plowing match Among prominent pcoplo present weio John 'I llcrjiham, c-.Mii)or of Aloxatulrlu. .Major John (Irecii and (ieoigo It. Hill of Alexandria, and n great man) Washing tonliins, one of whom, Mr. F. I, Moore, ic maiKciI that howould gl o $100,000 for tho exclusive iiso In thoSlato for ono je.arof tho fertilizer In which ho Is Interested. 'lhcdlrcctois say that tho meeting has leen In ever) wa) a success, and Is u most excellent beginning of what the) liopo to inako n permanent county fair ALL AllOUT A HAITI.!'.. llio I'litiM, nf Tin, I.lttli- light on I' street (tiliij. Vltltors to tlio Patent Ofllco frequcntl) question the uaon for tho dlsphi) of con spicuous placards prohibiting raflllug In tho bureau. Thereby hangs a talc. Somo tlmo ago a vcr) ilabornlel) worKcd "craz)" quilt was disposed of hj radio In tho Patent Olfice. The question of winnershlp grew Into doubt, two fair contestants claiming that fortuno fav ond them. '1 his led to the foi iiiatlon of factions 'lho war grew blttir, nud the Issunnco of an order prohibiting further rallllng was the outcome of a special Cabinet meeting. 'll.e knight who ispoused thocausoof ono of the contestants for Iho apple of discord, (In this ease a "ciazj quilt,") was too out spoken In his remarks: rigaidlng tho other fair contestant's right to bold possession of the quill. Her brothel took unibrago at tho lematks imda lleico battle was fought jestcrda) on F strict. Jot Ii If rim ii ami IlotKvi'i'lned, 'lho F street affra) eamo on for hearing In the Police Court this mottling. As stated In 'iilL CitiTic )csteid i), Samuel lironn, a. oleik in tho foldlng-ioom nt tho Capitol, met Fiidcilck P. Jlctzger, n clerk In a patent nttoiucj's ofllco on I' street, near Ninth btieet, mid proceeded to chastlso Iilm for an nlle'gcd Blander on his sister. They wcro both charged with ultra). Dctoctlvo Faff testified that nonnested Drown with Hood streaming down Ids fnco from n wound lulllctcd on tho back of his head with n loaded cano In tho bauds of MeU gcr 'Iho cano was biokcn by tho blow nml the loaded end wnsolTeiediiiovldence Mr S, Hopkins snld ho saw tho latter pait of tho low Aftei tho breaking of tho cano tin) had a legular list light. Mr. lliowu stated that ho had attempted to chastlso Melger for making derogatory remarks iiioul a iiicmbci of his famllv. Mr. Mctz ger said that Iio was attacked, mid after ho had defended himself foi somo tlmo bo went In nud did tlio best ho could. "Tint lonvIctB) oil," said tho Court. "After u man has vindicated his light of self-do-fenso helms no light to proceed to punish his assailant Flvo dollars each." IiHloiMiic I'.u-itcll. There was a largo attendanco at tho meet ing at Aimer's ll'all last night to Indorse tho vv oik of Mr. Paruell mid tho Land League, llepresentatlvo Foriin of Ohio, who presided, snld that ho advocated Irish lights and tho Land League, because ho was an American. Purncll, ho said, was cherished by ever)' Iilehuian as his counts men's deliverer. Hon. M. V. Gannon, tho oudor of tho evening, icfenlug to Ireland's "COvemsof wiong, said that atticks upon landlords wcro not to bo wondered nt. F.vcr) in mi, ho snld, who stood up for Irish libcrt) Is cherished In eveiy Iiish heart, 'lho speaker's references to Mr. l'aruell and VIcL-PicsIdcnt Hendricks wcro greeted with npnlause. Itcsoltitlons Indorsing .Mr. Pai nell and suegestlng that a commlttco of 15 bo njipolntid to tuko chargo of a fund to bo ralf id to aid tho Laud League In Its work, wcro unanimously adopted. Ilepreseuta tlves Lawler and Forau mado bilef ad dicsscs. A collection of J')J was taken up. 'Jho money will bo forwaided to Father O'ltcllly of Detroit, nud a cop) of the isolations to .Mr. Paiuell. CITY HALT. XOTV.S. Items ol minor Iniportiuiie Otunuud I'roiii tlio CiHiitM. Tho resignations of Messrs. .1. H. Mando vllle, Aldlsll. Drown and Julius Solger ns United States Commissloneis were )cslei do) received and accepted by tho Court lu (Hniral Tirin Tho Strong case will not be finished In the (JcncralTcim this week as was expected hj the Coiut. 'lho case comos up on tho exceptions of tho District to tho awuid of a quarter of a million of dollais b) tho board of icfeicis to Mr. btrong In his suit against tie District 'Iho arguments will Ijo In piogicss until next Wednesday probabl) C. C. Duncanson, Christian llupiiert and Charles Ford, who own nil of llio building lots on lho last 6ldo of 'Iwenty-sccoiiil street, Letw cen Fnnd (1 streets, hao ob tained a temporary restraining onler against John A. Smith, who owns n lot on the opposltosldo of Twenty-second street, 'lhey say that their lots aio occupied by a row of good bilek houses, and Smith Is nlout to movo a ii stor) fiamo onto tho lot opposite them, and they pra) of tho court to enjoin him fiom so doing, Marilngo licenses have boon giauted to (Icorgo w. llrahler and Lizzie .M. Klug; 1 red L. Dahendielscr of this clt) and .Mar It M)llns of Hnrpei's Feny, W. Va.iLcwfs C. Jones nud lloso J. Taj lor; Samuel Jug gins of StatTonl Count), Vn., and F.mma epeed, W. P. Sidney of Drlghtwooil, 1). C , .nil Julia vulto of Culpcpcr, Va;'lhos O. Hush nud Annlo Shorter; (leorgo Hur icuahs and CatherlnoHomoa; Owen A. Cox of Pilnco (liorgo's County, Md., and Mar) H Nokia, James W. ltojiiolds and Mary OlbLsof Vliglniaj John F. Nelson and Margaret V. Thompson. 11 lint Jumbo ('out Itnriiiiui. "Jumbo mado HtloasU.1,000,000 for tlio Mni mini show," declared Press Agent Hamilton of tho Ninth and Arch-streets Dhno .Museum, who was formerl) an cm plo)e of tho famous PJilnoas, last night to a Philadelphia V, eta reporter. ".Mr. Danium claimed that ho cost him $1,000,000 'lho nol expenso wns probabl) oul) 410,000 or 1B,C10. 1 on know tho reason ho got him a all was that tho big clcphantwastroublo some, and Iho London Zoological Society did not thluk it could get along with him tnsll). Ho was tho ihlcf attraction of tho show and had ho lived ho would havo doubled lho pioflts of his owneis, W. W, Colo, who recently purchased Mr. Hallo) 's Interest In tho show, had Inioudod taken din couth this fall, where ho has never been, and It was also tho design soon to take him back lo Fngland. Ho would have draw u Immensely ov er tucro," OVT-1IOOH SPOUTS. 1. litre)!, VV limrr nf tin- ,'unliir Hindi's, to 111, w for llin lliiltlnilll Mmtiil, Messrs, Ward mid Iloltzinnit havo agreod to let Llltrcll, winner of lho Junior singles at lho lato Polomac regatta, in ns n con testant for tho Holtzmnu prize nt tho com lug single scull rnce It wns orlglimll) In tended thnt mil) Dlsti let scullers should pnttlclpnlc. Llttrcll has lived several )ears lure, though n member of tho Knppahau nock Club of Fredericksburg. IIo wns anxious to enter this contest, nml his entry would ndd to much moro Interest to the oc casion thnt tho projectors decided to make nn cxi option In his ciisD nml lethlmln. Tun Ciiitic linsnlicndy been nsurod of three entilis, iinincl)! Fisher of llio Potouincs Siiillhson of lho Washington, and Llttrcll of tho ItappalinuuocKs, Fisher Is a gimo culler, and can scull fast nt that lu tho race for tho Potomac Club championship lust )car ho finished sicond toSmlttisou. Kearno) being third. Flhcr has ion ed but little, lu n slnglo this )enr, having dovotcd himself lo sweep rowing, but his friends In nil tho cl ul s are inulldint that ho will make n duo showing. Llttrcll won the Junior slnglos so oislly nt the last tegatln, that lots of peoplo bo llevo that there Is no sculler lu this put of tho couulrv that can bent lilm, It Is not ginerall) known, but whin Demnsoy, trainer of tho Pcnnsvlvanliis, was here, Llttrcll rowed a trial with him, and de feated him without much trouble. Too lace next Thursday pi onilses to bo a grand one. Ilnsi'linll. Tho Virginias could do no better than do their score vvllh the Drldgeports jcslerday, whllo tho Nationals, by winning, aro now tw o games ahead again. '1 ho Sjuirtlng IJfe has given them ns n tlo for first position. F.ven h) their Inblo tho Nationals nro now ono gome ahead. 'lhogamo)cstcrdny was another lino ex hibition of batting on tho part of tho homo nine, but a bum display of fielding on tho pnitof Knowles mid White. Tho former Isnotplnvlng bis position up to lho maik he established early in tho season. While's work Is usually good, but )cstenlny his nml Knowles' errois footed up six. ODay piovid very cIToctlve, nnd It vvasver) foi tunalo for tho Nationals that this was tho ease. The visitors phivid a great fielding gome, nnd It tin j nil bud lnttnl llko Larry the score would have been different, Mur lhv gnvonsllno nn exhibition of cntclilng oshes been seen on tho grounds this sea son. Tlcrnnn wasver) wild, and Murphy inndo somo woudeiful stops when tho loses were full. Tho santo clubs play ngaluto-da). Dan w 111 pitch and Fitlmcr catch. Tho uniforms of tho Trcntons, to say tlio lenst mo novel. It is lather a icllcf tosco s omethliig outsldo of thocouv cntloinl baso 1 nil suits. Tho scores )cstcrdny wcro Athlctlc-St I outs, 1.) to n, Clnilnnatl-llaltlmore, II to 1; .Milropolltaii-Loiilsvllle, I to U; llrook-I.vn-lTttsbtirgli, '2 to I: Chlcngo-llostou, 1'Jtot); I'hilailclpliIn-IlulTnlfi, tltoil; St Louis-Providence, 12to!i; New York-De-tiolt, I toll; Vlrglnla-Drldgcport, fi too; Natloual-Trenlon, !) to (1. IIoi'hi Scum. Aho sa)s I.lttlo Mlncli can't goovei seviu-clghths in good company ? His win jcsteida) was n groat suipilse. Volnnto was nowheic. Altn Is pretty near tho cinck threo-)car-old just now. Jinny plniied their faith to Hidalgo In tho fourth race )cstcrda), but Volauto was tho "suio thing." Tho othci "sure things" who Arlteuo, War Faglo and Whlzglg, none of w hom hav o ) ct been lieard from Tips lo-da) at Drlghton: First race, Des slelJ. or Soprano, bii oud raco, Llgan or Illliolt; third iaec, Tom Maillu or Pcrl olee; fourtli nice, Woodllovvcr or Molllo Walton; fifth race, Itushbiook or Quick Mulch. At Lexington: Tlrst l.ace, Ten Hooker; second rrcc, Mamie Hunt; third race, John Colter or Aiidclli. hUVTll WASIIIXOTOX. Tho marriage of Mr. Joseph F.bbert of tlio Western Union Telegiaph Comnaii) and Miss Mook, nchainilng jounq; lady of South Washington, was solemnized at tho pmsonngo of St. Dominic's Chtiich nt 7 o'clock last ov onlng In tho prcsencoof tho families nnd somo Intimate friends Tho reunion) was performed b) l!ov. Father fcp.iiildlng. Congratulations followed, nftcr which tho happy couplo wero driven to tho homo of the bride on Virginia nvcmio, neai South Capitol street, vvheio nn old tlmo icceptlon was hold, Tho wedding presents were numerous, and weio principally of a useful chatactei. At nlghta sercnadowas tendeicd lho couplo b) their friends. Mis. Molllo Saunders, wlfuotMr Warren Saunilcisoftho Independent IcoCotnpau), died Inst night nt 10 o'clock at her lato icsl dence, No. SO'i F sticet southwest. Tho disease v.hleh caused lici death was con sumption, from which sho had been n suf firei for many )ears, Her funeral will takoplncoSundn). Policeman Thomas Auldildge, who Is de tailed In chaigoof tho ehalu gang, leported nt tho station tills morning that somo thief entiled tho stable at tho Work-House last night nnd stole his saddle, brldlo nud mar tlugnle, valued nt ifllj. Tho mtlcles wero his personal piopcit). Since Iho (list of September one bundled nud twent)-two wnrinnts havo been seived on persons residing lu this pollco precinct for keeping unlicensed dogs. Of this iiutn Ler one hundred and foiu took out licenses nudsoventcen turned their dogs over to tho Poiiiulniastcr. A largo gang of woikmen havo been placed nt work on tho slto for tlio now Army Midlcnl Museum nnd National 1.1 brar) In tho southeast comer of the Smith sonian gi oundSinaklng tho w ay for tho foun dation of tho building. Tho tall maples mid poplais which so gracefully beautified Iho park at this point and furnished shade for tho gravel paths havo fallen by tho wood-chopper's nv. Tho small trees and sliiubs wcro transplanted lu other parts of Ibegiouuds. Tho work will bo pushod inpldl) so as to get tho foundation laid ho foio wlnterscts In. ItLMisuu u that tho bestllftceu-ceiitluncli with dessert Is found at tho Casino, ?Jr Seventh street. Restaurant open on Suu da)e. VAST WASIIIXOTOX. Tho contract for furnishing and dollvci Ing fi.Of 0 pairs of cnlf shoes at tho Navy Yard, Washington, for tlio uso of tlio navy, has been nwaided to William MoKnlglit of Philadelphia at 1.01 per pair. "JuslIi'H Old Stand," 010 D street nortlm est, buys gents' soeond hand clothing Nolo by mall nttonilcd to. niAi'.nis:i. f.pilll'N-IIOOX l.U-On September 1(1, J8S.X, nt lliiparsonagnur tlio t'lilnti M j: church, hytlioltuv l)r DnlilwIii.Snllloi: .onlydaiuh tirol Anilrovvt) itonvcr.to Hairy ILUoUlen, both of V aslilnxtim, 1) (J No cauls llANCT'-nil.UAM-On tho lltli of Juno, tw-',, at tho piirkonaKo, by tho llov Jumps A Hairold, Jmnesll llauioto I.uluM Cllllain KIIU.J'.it-llAI.f.i'lT On tlio 11th of hep ti inter, IHHi, Diivld Kellir to Annlo llnllufT, ut I'll Iloiindnrj street, by ltev lather llvan , IOOSi:llII)M.Y-Oii September 10, ItM, by llov .Ininis Jt, Noumoof Aloxandihi. Va , nt tin, loslileni oof t'aiitnhi ltlilln),.KJi) l.lxlith t-tijt-t hoiitluiikt. Jfr Joiph I,, Koosoto Jllss Nelllo S ItUlluy, in:i). ItOWMAN-On tlio 17th of S( ptembn, 18IH, lit. In in Xlmy rmniCH, dniiRhtii ofdeniKO VV . nnd Halllo U. Dowinan, ueud thn o inontlm nnd sixteen ilnvii, Intiirpiut In t'ennsjlviinla, .col"'.1;-0" Wednesday, Soptombci 10, je83,attiWp in. Hi Hen T, helovoil datiifli tci of Jlary and tho Into Jlleliael (Iraiioy, iigod four jeiirsmul nlno inontlis (lono, hut not foiKoltcn. KNOTTfe-fiuddcnly, Beptcmler lo, Jg, JohnW. Knotts, SUITION At 8 40 a in , September 17, 1RW .lnir.es ltohert, bolovcxl sou of Jnmiw j: uiui Kllza bhelton. iij-ed three jears, llvo months nml twent)-onoilB)s lunerid fiom pannts' roslilcnee. No tits llunmliiiystioet northwest, Satiudaj after noun, Sciitembi r It), nt 1 o'cloek 1 ileuds mid relatives of tho family inv Itod WAKKUIt On Scntembor 17, IP'S, tlaitovv Timlin, only child of lIuilowL and (Junoviuvo 1. Walker, neul ten months und fourteen ilnvs W. R. SPEARB, 010 F STBEET NOnTIIWJJST. Everything strictly first class and on tho most reasonable terms. (Camp Chairs to biro lor all occasions ) FINANCIAL. : I'oilc Htnclc .Unflict. Tlio following havo hceti fiirnlshcsl by J, vaneo Iiwls, broker, southwest corner I.lghth mid l' slncts: ami. ii. s 10 1 SAMI!. (I. iTlO Cnu Pn Cm Pn ... . C II ,v (J ... CM.(.StP Del A II. DLA.W F.AltloO . Frio File 'Js .... Kan AT. x.. HlsCei N J Cen.... I, Shore 1A Nasli,, Man Con,.,, Mich Cen ., Mo Pn N West " p'fd No Pn " pfd ... , N Y Con. . IS7 137 yia'uu 171, 171 074 l)7j rill ill! J) 1)1 t)J an 171 171 IS i 1T1, .17 ,18!) I'."l I Kl ,) ,100 UtrJl I 12.1 IB Onnlin ... , I " pfd Ore Trans., Oio llnll... Pa Mall '" '"31 IV3, (Oil a-.J 'J.-.il Heading, ,,, ltock Is oi inui " pfd Tex A Pn U Pnclllo.., W' Sh 1st., W'UTcl.., Oil m nn 50J TOJ mi 01! 1KH (Tilcngi) .Uni'lcrtH. Tho following summary Is by II. K, Plain A Co., St. Cloud building, Ninth and F streets: O. II. L. C. V, heat Oct SU"!!-81 8U Nov Ml Mi H'-'l 811 -May Itlj lrjj ti-J4 tu? Corn-Oct I2 -VM IJ ijj Nov 40 10 UOJ il'U Mny :wi :isi as asj 0;.ls-Oct 25 MJ 'Si S"iJ Nov ail ail an an , Mny an, ao twj ) Pork-Oct 8 85 8 IK) 8 811 81 Nov 8 73 8 75 8 70 8 7JI .Mny I Lnul Oct I 6 2" 0 25 021 (121 Nov 0 15 0 15 Ol'JJ 1)121 Mny I Oil. II. K. Plain A Co., St. Cloud building, furnish tho following Oil quotations: Closed jcstcula), 100J; opened to-day, trjj; high est, 1C0J; lowest, WIJj 2.20, . llTixliliiglon Htoi'lCH. Tho following aro closing cpiotallons of lho v ashlngton Stock Fxchango to-ilay as furniehed by Messrs. Towers A Ureen, lankcm, 1121 F street: Washington A (Icorgctown lionds 117 Mcliopolltnn Columbia fit North Capitol A O Street II J Anaiostla K) Washington City (lasllglit Co 10, (leoigctown " " jo 1 Ircmin's Insuranco Co FraiiKlIn Insuranco Co National Met. Insuranco Co National Union Insurmico Co ID! Arlington Insuranco Co Corcotau Insuranco Co Columbia Insurance Co 10 (Icrmaii-Ainerlcan Insuraneu Co 1110 Potomac IiiEUiiinco Co 4(1 lllggs Insiiiatica Co d lloaul Pub. Works (Irccn Ss 01 Masonic Hall lionds loj Washington Market Co. Stock. . . 10 " " " lionds Inland A Sen, Coast Co. Stock. .. . " " " " lionds Washington llrlck Machlno Co. Stock 1071 Dank of Washington 70 Nation d Met. Dank l!i"i National Dank of tho Ititmhllc 135 Fai inns' A Mechanics' National Dank of (icorgitown HI Citizens' National Dank 1011 Second National Dank 101 Central National Dank (Ircat Falls Ice Co 1)1 Ileal Fstnto Title Insuranco Co !)l Fcnus)lvanln Telephone Co 51J ( hisapeake A Potomac Tel. Cu 0) U. S. F.lcetile Light Co U. S. and D. C. Dond, llrlck Machlno nnd Washington City (las stiong. Found. Tho placo to buy lino furniture r.t lowest pilec. Call at Drellbirth's Odd-Fellows' Hall Fuinltiiro Warcrooms. l,nti Vli'Khiln Xovvh. Mr. John S Wlsospokoou Thursdi) at Standnulvllle, (In one County. Joseph Itosenlmum, n wealthy retlied merchant of lililiuioml, died lu tint city jcstciday. Captain J. O. II. docker of Chiirchhud Is lho Dcmocialle ucimlneo foi tho Slato Scnato fiom tlio Norfolk Dlstilct. Thoio weio fully 5,000 pcoplo at lho Winchester barbecue jestcrthy, nud Oen cral Leo was received with great en thusiasm Fx-Judgo Alexander Itlvcs, who died at Chailottisvlllo vesterday, was a biothcrof tholatoHoii. AVIlllam C. Hives, who tepre fcnted this noverninont nt tho Coiut of Frnneo nud Virginia lu tho United Stntcs Senntc. At tho grand tournament to como oft at Lnko Springs on tho 22d, Senator W'ado Hampton of South Carolina has been In vited to deliver tho ihnigo to tho knights and Postmaster (ileniiim of Norfolk to de liver tho coionatiou address Itcineiiilier. That Flsennn Dro6., cor. 7th A F, aio lho manufnctureis of nil tho clothing the) sell. Auction Sales. ' pitLSTT.t: s s u.i: ok iMioi'intrv uy pl'd 1 LIO AUCTION. Fmlcr mid by v htuo of a deed of trust heai Irg dato the Slut day of Aiurust, 1377, nml duly leeoiiledinl.lherNo WVt, folio 103, ono of tho I and lleiords for tho District of Columbia, mid by the vwlttcu icqticst of tlio party so euied thcieh,tho iiuilcrslRtied tiusteo will till by public auction on TUKSDAY, Till: 221) DAY OP SEITKIIIIBn, 1881, nt 5 10 o'clock p m , In fiont of tho piomlsej, nil that icrtihi plccoor pmeclof mound nnd pernios known nnd described on tho plat in plan of the city of Washington, I) C ns tho south sixteen fict frontof lot numbered six (0), bj tho depth ot sevent) fmu feet of sTUaio nuinbeied eight bundled and fourteen Wit) ti Ecther w Ith tho Improv einonts thorcoii Tho turns of snlo mo one halt of tho pur chase money In cash, tho balance to bo paid In six inontlis from tho day of sale w ith Inter est, tliopa)inent to bo secured by a deed of tiustcmtho propel ly sold; a deposit of ono hundred dollais to bo mado by purchase! at end of sale All icnveviineliiR and tcioidhin to boat tho cost of puichnscrttlio tiiistooto iiscrvo tho right toiesclltlio piopeityat tho cost nud llsk of the dcfaultliu puieliaser should not tho terms of sale bo compiled with wllhln tin dn)s alter tho salo, W KKlvB & CO , WILLIAM IIAZHL, Aiietloneeis, Trustee, fMtUbli:i.S' hU.H 01 I'ltOPUItl'Y UY 1 1'LIIMU AUOTION. Under and by v Irtuo of a deed of trust bear liiKihitotlio 1th day of beptcmber, 1877, mil leionlod In llher No Wt, folio !!3I, ono of thn 1 mid Itecnrds of tho Dlsti lit of Columbia, and by tho wiittcn riqucst of tho jurty secured then by, tlio imiluslcniil trusteos will sell on TlM'SlUY, Tlti: 2JI) DVY 01' HDITHM 1)1.11, 1HH5, by puhllo atiitlon at B o'tloikp in , In flout of the picnilsis, all thoso pieces in pareel8of giminiland promlsos situated lu tholltyof Washington, I) 0., known ns nud belnc tho iioiththhty four feet fiont by tho depth tluriot of lot numbered six In square niiinbiied eight handled unit fourtocn (.HI I); mid also linmeilhitily alter tho salo of tho above named pioperty. wo will sell under suinu deed of trust nnd by tho snino lemiost tho west soventei n lect fiont of lot numbered nineteen (11)) by tho depth thereof In snunio numbered eight hundred nud sixty sovou (W)7). Tho terms of cncli snlo nro to bo ono half of tho iiiirilinsu monoy In rush on each lot sold, thn balance of tho purchase money to bo paid In six inontlis fiom day of salo with Intorost theicon, thosald balnuioto Iio sctiued by n ill id of tl list on each plcco sold. All lonvey nnelng, lccordlii, cto , at tho purchaser's or purehasiis' cost, a deposit of ono hundred dollnrs to bu paid by puiihnser or purchaseis at end of tho snlo, thotcimsof snlo to ho com pllid with within ten dnjsfioinilatu of snlo, otherwise the trustees leseivo tho i It-lit to re sell tho propci tynt tho cost mid llsk of the puiehnsei or imichuseis. WILLIAM 1IAZDL, WEEKS ,t CO., M P CALLVN, AiHtlniiicra 'liustees W. G. METZEROTT & CO., 003 Pennsylvania Avcntio, second door west of Ninth street, bLE AOENTH FOU Ohickorlog and James & HolniBtrom CLOUaif AND IVAKltHN OKGANS, And all MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, EADICAL -Aasrxj Tlio formor la tho Party of Progross nnd Advnncoraont, tho lattor thoso that hold on to tho Old Idoas. Looking at the two words from a business standpoint we are both Radical and Conservative. RADICAL as regards our belief in ad vancement, in our constant endeavor to make to-day e.Ncel yesterday; in our aim, never to follow, but always to lead in everything apper taining to our business. CONSERVATIVE as regards our steady ad herence to the system we inaugurated eighteen years ago, namely, strictly One Price. Conservative as re gards our old motto, That equal courtesy and patience is due the buyer whether his purchase is great or small. Verily, 'we represent two extremes. Put the two words together and you have us as we were, as we are, and as we will be. Our departments, which include CL0THIIG-, Tor KElf, YOUTHS AKD OHILDIIEN, Hats, Caps, Furnish ing Goods, etc., comprises every article ap pertaining to those lines. The selection has been made with all the care that ability and knowledge oi the sub ject can give. The result has been satisfactory to us, and will be lo you. For the benefit of the peo ple of Washington we will display signal flags on our building,giving daily weather reports. The different flags are as follows: Blue Globe. Giiicinl Itnlii or Snow. Red Globe, Higher Temperature, Red Star, Stnltoticiy Tcmpcintmc. Blue Crescent, Cleat ot Tali Weather. Blue Star, Local llnlu or Snow. Red Orescent, Lovvci Tcmpciatiuc Black Square, Cold Wave. SAKS I COMPANY, GENTS' OUTFITTERS, CO, 302, 304,306 & 308 7th St, CONSERVATIVE. Wo nro orcnlnK 10-DAY (frlilnj) a lino Assortment of Boys' Clothing. Nowcst Stylco. Lowost Prlooa. E.B.BARNUM&C0 031 Ponim. Avonuo. School Commencement. llio licit 8t bcliool Mioo Tlio Host Wo School lint lliollcst COo School rants lho Host COo School ShlitWnlst lliollcst Wo Undershirt Tho 1'cwt Coo C'nnton flannel Drawers Tho licit 3100 Hoys' 1,0ns rants 1 ho Ilcst .' 00 lloj s' Suit of Clothes Tlio Dcst 81 00 Youths' Suit of Clothos 1 lv Dcst SI 00 Men's Suit of Clotlios IN TOWN.WT CT. -W. SBLBT'S, ion and 1010 ri'NN.AVi:. FANCY GOODS. MME. WASHINGTON, 3vroc3, 1 sto, HOT I'l'XMn mania Avr.Niri'. Di esses lilccntitly inmlo In tho l.utoit Stylos by llrstclnsi Artists. Talloi-miulo Stilts a Mcilnlty, Drosei, lloaksaiiil Miintlos Cut, 1 Hint nuil Dnincil at lleasonalilo Tiled. All oik Done vv Ith l'romptiii ss anil 1'iilly (lunr niitmt. sol Mm KIIG'S PALACE, 814 Seventh Street. GREAT CLOSING SALE -or- IlatN.IIoniirtH, I'lovM-i'.M, 'J1IH, I'llltlll'M, KillllOllM. l.ueivi, MIUm, Ve'lots Him I'mlii rllnn, I'nrnsolH, Ji'i'Nfj w, (Jlov i's, Cori'lM. tSTVOX'T l'AHiTO AITKND. Black Dress Goods, Embroiderios, Laces and Trimmings. 710 MAltKHT HPAOE, WASniNQTON, D. O. I'L'M. HTtll'K OV XJiicle r Vv7"a,r I'or Indies, Chlldien nml Oeiitlenien WM. R. RILEY, Itllcy lliillcllnt;. Car. Dili nml CIMa. n.vr GEO. WHITE, Ladies' Tailor and Hahitmukor, 730 Seventeenth St. W.JW. riMHaAL. J. VANCE LEWIS, Stocks, Grain, Provisions and Oil. J. c limit Iliillillni;, lIlRlitti nml Vsts. larco nnd Small (Juantltlos, Strictly on Commission. rrlvatoAVIros. Constant Quo tations. OOlco open from 8 n. m. to C p. m. TOWERS & GREEN, Bankers and Insurance, 1123 l" STitmrr x. w., Washington, D. C. 'Jiniisiict 11 General lliinliliii: llnsliicss. DcpoMltH Subject to Clieclc. Srcelnl nttcnllon Riven to Depnrtmcntnl nnef other C'olleitloni. liny nnd sell Unltul states Donds und All Dlsti let Securities. Wo Issue uitArrs and cntcuLAn i.r.TTHns or CIIKDIT ON HUltOI'i: AND TIIU 11 ST. B. K. PLAIN & CO., BHOKEES Grain, Provisions, Petroleum and Stocks, ST. Cl.OUl) IIUIT.DINU.UTII . 1" STS, WnshliiBton, D, 0. City references National Hank of tho Ito public. Chicago Couesponilcnts-JIILMIND, D0D AlAN cv CO. Coiiftnnt quotntlom of tho Chicago and evv York Jliukcts fiom direct private vvlios. 1'. II. LILLEY. T. A. KUNDIQ. P. B. LILLEY & CO., HANKintS AM) UltOKr.ItS. Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions and Petroleum. U,1? 1' 6TI1CET.N. W., WASIllNQTON, D. C. llrnnch Offleo No. 1 South Ilolllday street. Ilnltliroie, ' PIANO-FORTES. Liuwjiinleil In Tom. Touch, WorK iiiuihlilii nml Oiualillltj. SECOND -nAND PIANOS, At All I'rlecs. PIANOS FOR RENT. Wm. KnabecScOo Miy ?i,vi:icr.T hi'aoi:. Drew's New Drug Stxjre, NINTH BT, AND TBNN. AVB. f"Open all night, HOTEtSAMO RESTAURANTS, VkVWWVvV THE EBB1TT: "WASHINGTON, I). O. ABMY & NAVY nEADQUAUTfiKa. Idlllt III0S I IKK ISVll'IS fl'inm-frum nml Ijll.titl yor liny. KAltltlS llOLMi;. rt'itoi'i: n ii,an. l'ennsylvnnlft nTcntte, ncnrrourlcciitli sticet, tt cclnl rntci for Hinniner MontlK. CLIMO.V HOUSII, 7111 AND I HTS. 11 vv; first cln'n tnhlo board and hrgo rooms nt rrnsoiinhlornti-s; location control. W'. NA I OH, lToiirlctor. JyJJf ST. ,)AMi:' IKITIir., ,, , JlUIIOl'KAN 1T.AN, blxth street nml rennsylvnnln nrcnuo. I.. WOOIHIUItV. l'roiirlctor. THE LOSEKAM, 1323 P Efrctt K, W , 0pp. tlw EbWtt, AVASIIINflTON, U, O. (Iliollntcndon, Saratogi Spring", N, Y.) ('. I.OSI'.ICAjr, l'rnprlotnr. CLOTHING. JrEC. 3Z). nSk.IRIF?., 1 1 1 1 Penn. Ave., Spring and Summer Overcoatings & Trouserings Of my own Importation, now rccolyed . Contlo men, jilcnsoinll, Insprct nnd loivn your or ders nt tho lending Tailoring Establishment of vnshlngton, licit Ooods. Host lrltn inlngs. Nono but llrst olnss workmen urn plojcdatllll 1'cnnsTlvaulaAvcuuo. EC. ID. JSj&JECFl Importer and Tailor. (1R0CEMES. PEAOEI PEAOEI PEAOEI wn "ON's mr.KiiitATun whisky, Dl'ftY JIAI.T WHISKY, ltOYAl.CltllAJI AM) CAItlNr.T WHISKY, ID. aSLXiIS, Coi. Ihlitl ami A h(h no BROWNING & MIDDLETON. V holcsilo and Itolall Doilors In Groceries, Fine Wines, &c. Agents for WiniNKIt'S "AMERICA," A Tin o Amei Icnn Wlno AH tho best I'orclgn Coidlnlsnnd Hitters Wonio nlxn Agents for thoeclebiated CIASMIO WA'I Hit, and Gnl vln blialci'il WILD CHI'ltliY HOCK AMD (( BUHACH." California 1'nlvcrfnl Inject Kxtcrmlnator. HSTo-wox araJLXa- Ilarmlcss to Jlun nnd Dometlo Animals. n. vr. nui'.ciiur.T., null tf lars r street. iiAitiiouit a iiAnr,Tox, holesnlo I'lniir, AVIno unit li,,ci'iy tiircliuuta' Oil to 013 l'ennn. Aventto, J?pra ami shocs. One-Price Shoe Store. Ml A.LHAZELT0Nl-s 1'llllcr Oitil 1'nllnwa'irnll. i: C. Purl's rino fchoos for Lullos a speclnlty. rOX'T TAIL TO VISIT DOOLET'S IRial-to ZB1oi3.aa.-ta-n. 'Jhlrdst. nnd 1'cnn nvo. s.o. HCSiT bODA WATHIt IN Till! CITY. DUNLAP'S New York Hats. Tho Fifth-avenuo Fall Styloo Silk and Dorby Hats Introduced by Dunlnp Si Co., now ready at WILLETT & ROUFF'S Solo Vcoixts. OOfi ri'iiiiBjliiinln Avciino Nnrlhwost. usb gokeT" Tor Cci Mating Stcnm. I'or Cooking I'm poses. I'or Healing by furnace. I'or heating by Latrobc. I'or Open Orates, It is Easllj Ignltcil. It JIahcs a Quick, HotFIie. It Does Nol lluni Out tlio Grate. It Is Economical. It Will Tay to Try It. TO!! HALi: MY THH Washington Gaslight Com'y. 10 lliishcls, Crushed in lltihlieis, L'uisiieil 40 lliiflicls, Not ('rutin il 3 Ullslicls, Not Cmshod .SI TO . '.'BO . aw tsrDellvciedto Any l'nrt of Wnshlnston oi ueorcctovvii. GEO. A. ARMES, Real Estnto Broker. Claim Arront anclNotaiy Publlo. NO. 1337 1' bT N. W WASHINGTON, D. O. OpposltO Hbbltt Ilonso. I'or Pnlo l'roprrty In ov ery Stnto and Tor lltoryln tho Union; nlo cleeint loililcueei nud vnlvablo propci ty ut b irpilnsi seluct building sltisovcrlookuii; tho city. If parties hnvliii" piopeity for snloorrcnt will lenvo list at oillio tho samo special In iliiccincnts will bo ell en. lleferciiifs-Ilrl(.niid Ilvt. JIaJ. den W 11 llnren, ( lilef Mt'iinl Olllecr. II. M. A ! hliclU bnriccrX Wilson, iittoincjsi Whoalloy H101, linnbei dcalus y.'l-lm CTAS. H. 3VLoGiriL Dl'AI.KIt IN llUlbDIN'a feUI'PLlK-1, DOS to 911 a direct tiorltiwcst, uoxt National Itlllcs' Armory. Aicliltcrtural lion Work, Cement, 1'Ia.ter, Fro llrlck, lire Clay, Wall Slate, I'atnts, Otl! Wan, etc. I )(,i Schlilz's Milwaukoo Lagor, TJIK HI'.ST IN TIIU DtbTIlICri', BAMDEL 0. PALMER, Afjent, 11SI TWENTY-NINlll ST. NOItTIIWE-VT, .-.ejj.JJ.xijiAi,,aAa''a.a . -' r - ' --t- 'n'l'lT Iitlrlh'itf,llti)iltt"iHl l.-in'n flAIUIOADS. IVMAAAAAA.V.X V VN. -vi V rpili; (lltl.AT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTe. TO lllFNOKTIl, BKS1 tMUvtlUlflVyiitT, DOUIIl.f TltVUK. t.ri.KNDID HOKS't.nr. HllELltAlL-f SIAIIVllI I'SThlblPME-WC. in rrvm jimis Ul, I8S&. Tinlns lenv e vVnhlnrlon from stntlon, cornor . uf Mxth and II streets, ns follow"! Fcirl'lttsbuiKiitiil tho Weil, Chic imi I.tmitcxl Km toss nt I'nliiieRlceiiliiBC.irsntt) Vln m. da lys 1'nsl I Inc. tlii) a. m, dally to Cincin nati mid ht I mils, with Mceplne Cars turn lliirrlsbiirff to tliiclnimtlaiiil Hotel Car to .,!," !'"' ''.""' ox I'1 baturday, to Culonito, MlHiMleuliiirCnr Alloonn to tliluuo. t'.il "ponliil tlnHiitintl l.xprci at 7UII p m. ilnllj, vv t 1 Hlecpliii cars VVnlilnnti)ti to Chi caeontid lliiirlalniiu In UmUvlllo, connect Incat llnrrlHbiiri!vvltliVV'etern HxproM with l.ron frli r,lt h rsfor Clovelniidnud bt. bonis. 1'ni I c I'jprtM, II I' 111 dally fr I'ltt,bur nnd llio est, with through sleeper Harris btirfctudilcticti llAI.IiltUHKA, lOrOMVUUUMtOM). I'or 1'rle, CnnntiilaUua, Itochcstor, IltifTnln Mjkoiii, Hi p. m daily, except Saturday, with I'alniolnri Washington to Itocliostor. I'or Vllllomsiirt,Iocli llnven nu.l Ulmlrii, at t) til n In dully, cxi opt Hundiiy I'orlfuw Yotk and tho I'ast, 7.10, n 30 nml 11 a in., 2, 1,10 p in and l!2:irinl.-lit on Sunilny, Rililn m,U, 1, lop. in. and iain nlcht Limited Hrprcs of l'ullmin Parlor Cars 11-10 n m. dally, except Siitnlay. Icrliiit(invr.lthoulcfi.iiiKe.'Jp 111 overyday lor llrool.l5ti,N.Y..all Ihroiiitlitrilm connect nt .lersey ( ly w Itli bonis of Ilrnoltl jn Annox, atTcirillniillre;it tinnsfer to Kiilton street, nvoldliiir double ftrrlaRo across Now York rorriilladclrhla. 7iir,, Bto nmt 11 a m. 2 4, (I, 10 p. ni nnd 12.1C night. On Siimlny, K 3t a. m .2,' I, 0, 10 p. m. and lailB nlsht. Limited lixtross, U.10 a. m. dally, oxcopt Sunday. " For Daltlmoro, 0 35, 7:15, 8 30, 0'lo, 0 fo. 1 n' l1,'.?''''!-.' '' ""' l:l., 7:10, 10 p m. and 12 15 nlelit. On Sunday, 8 30, 1) no. 11 a. in , 2, 4,0, 7:10, 10 11. in. and ia-16 nleht. Tor rppo'g crook Uno, 7:10 a. m., and 1: 10 1. m.dnlly, except Sundny. For Aniinpolls, 0J!5 n. in., 12 0" and 4:23 d. in dally, oxccptHnndny. On Sunday 1p.m. ALEXANIJIH & FIICllKIUOKBUtma It VIL- WAY AND AI.LXANimtA ,t WASH. INOTO.V UAlfiUOAU. For Alexnmlrln. 0, 7, f)-2i, 11 01 and 11;!15 a. m , 2 ti5, 4 20, l: lo, 0 2-5, 8 03 and 11.J7 g. m. On bunday at o, 0-25, 11.01 a. m , For Itlclimdnd and tlio Bouth, 0 and 1101 a. in. dally nnd l:ir. pm. dally, except Sunday. Trains leave Aloxnndrla rnr Waihlnston 0 in. ". 1. l ,10 a. m , I, !l o-j, 3 a.i r.ito. 7.0 nnd 11,35 ii. m nml 12-lti mMulilit, otcont Jtomlnj. On bunday nt 8 and 10 10 a.m. 7 5 und 11 35 p. ni. and 12.10 nluht. Tickets nnd Information at tho odlco, north east corner of Thirteenth street nnd Pennsy lvania nventie, nnd nt tho stntlon, vvhero or der can bo left for tho ihccklni of tmraaito t destination rrom hotels and rnsldonooi. CHAS. i:. I'Unil, J. Jt. VVOOO, . Ocnernl ilnnnger, Oen.J'nscnficr Airent. DALTWiOrtE &0HI0 RAILRQaF. ECIIEDI'f.F. INDri'I'CT SUNDVY, M VT 3. lbS5, UNTIL 1'jJUTUKIt NOTICE. I-cnvo Wahln-tnn fiom Stntlon, cornor How , Jirtcyaveuuo and O sticet. 1 or Chlcairo, 10 u m, and 10.10 p m. dally. Tho 10 a. ni. Ii a l'ast Limited Kxpross to 1 iUl,1,',"r'! and thlcngo, arrlvlni In l'lttsliurc nt , Mt p. in , ciilciitu next morning at 8 Yj. No extra faro Is charged 011 this train for fast tlmo. I'orpinclnnatl. Inilsv llio and bt. Louis dally at 3 JO p. m. nml 10 10 p. m with throush coticlics nnd l'ulnco Hleeplni; c.irs to abovo joints without chango. 3 .Ifl j,. m. train Is u lastl mltrd train to Clucliin itl and bt L011K niilvliiK In Cincinnati next tnornliu nt 7:15, St loulsO.iOp. in. Nooxtra Turo Is cliargod on this train tor fast tlmo. "fT.1,116 "'"'- ". ,1() n " wlt1' Tarlor Car, nud 11.10 p. m. dally to l'lttsbunr. cloveUiul unit l)i troll, w llli sleeptn,' cars to i'lttslmru. lorlinltlmorcon week dj 5, n lo.ilito. 7 bO, t) ao and, 10 Of a. m . 12:10, 1.25, surf (tr, mlimto ti.iln), 3 30, 4 30, l:to, 0:10, 0:10. 7, R 25 and 1 1 p. m. 1 or IlultliDoro on bundiys-O 10, 7:30. 8 30 WW4 15.,"- n,'l ,TB' 1-M- 3 M :1. S'A0. (1 10,7,8 25 01111 11 p. m. For ioInt on tho hhcntniloah Valley Kali road nrd points bouth. D-25 a. m. nnd I) to p. in. ilnllv. 1)2-1 a. in. train Ins l-iiUm-ui blcepcr liom Waslilntrton to Now Orleius. lor AnnupullK, 0 10 a. m. and 12 10 and 4 O p. in.; 011 bunday, 8.30 a. in. und 1:10 p. 111 I'm-way stations between Washlnston and Hnltlmore, fi. 0.10. 8 30 a. ra.. 12 10, n .10 4:10, 7 nnd 11 ti. m. On Sundays, 8 30 a. in.. I .jo ii 30, fit), 7 and 11p.m. For stations on Jletrorolltnn llrnnch. 7:23 a. m. and 11:15 n m. djll), except Sunday, and B.io p. m. ihllj 1.10 p. m. dally, oNeopt Sundny, for principal stations on Jtctropulltau llriinch; H 10 a. m. dally on bunday stops nt all sta J onsi for l.cxIiiKton, Htaimton and Valloy Jroiieh.S.lo n in. ililly, uxc-opt bunday: for 1 reilerlck, 8: 10 a. 111 , U0 p. m. daily, es opt bundnv. '.i lor local stations between Washington nnd OaithcrsburK, 12 JO p. lu. dally, excopUSuu I'or Hnftcnlown nnd Wlnehotor, 8'10 a. m. daily, excel t bunday, and 5 .top. m. dally to llnRirstuvvu; dally, oxcept Sunday, to Win chester. ft 11I111 arrive from tho Wost dally, 0, 7.-20 a. ui .1:15. it 30 p.m. Fiom Annnpolls, 8 30 n. m. and 1'50 ana 5 25 p. in.: Sunduy.10 35 a.m. and 0 35 p. m. lii 111 Lexington, 5.30 p. ra. dally, except Bunduy. Fiom rredcrlck nnd Intcrmodlato points, 8 25 a. in. and B.15 p. in. daily, except bun- r'iJa!!1Slci1T0 Biltlmoro for Washington nt 5.10,0 30,7 20,0,0 03 and 10 10n.m,12 15. 2 30. 3, 4, 4 20. 5, (! ,)o, 8, 0 and lip in. On bundujs, 0-30,720. 1) and II 03 a. in , 1.30. 2 30 4 20, 5. tl .!() 8, 0 and 11 p. m. All trains from Washington slop at Itelay Stntlon, otccpt 1:25, 3:15 nnd 0.10 p. ra. 1 or tuithcr Information apply nt tho llaltl moro & Ohio ticket offlco-Wnslilngton Sta tion, 010 nud 1J31 l'enun. avo corner of lltli ft., vvhoio orders will ho tnken for baegnco to bo checked and rocclved nt nny point in tho city. C. 1C. LORD. a. I'. . Ii. DUNnAM, Cen, Sinn . llaltlmoro. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY PlEAyE ?: r' IT.l'OT, SIXTH AND 11 STS.) llilfiA.lI. For nil wnystatlo'ii, Lexington, Ky., Luiilsvlllo, Cincinnati, Columbm, bt. Louis. Dally oicept blindly. Tlirouab 1'ailor Car to VV hllo Milplur Hprlngj. 11 A. SI. 1 or Newport News, Old l'olnt Com- fojf and Norfolk. Dally except bandar. Cilfi l. Jl. For Ioulsvllle, Clnclnn-itl, be. Louts and Chicago, coiinoctlng for all points Weif, Northwest nnd bonthwost; last express dally: does not stop for loovi busbies: thiongli l'lillnnn scrvlca to Louisville and! Iniinnatl. Foi tlikets and Information npply at C. !i O Itnllwayoilld. ci:j I'cnnsvliiinta nvoinio, under National ilotoli Va. Midland ttillway ofllee, 001 I'LiuulvunIi,avaDiiel nnd It. HI', btatlon. 11. W. Fl'M.I'tt, cw.siirn. -" At. (irncrcl Mmi'ufr. F11ANK 1 lllt.n, I,, h tonnwr Agent. WASHlHOTOrV. W,Q ft WEUEtUJ hTr. On and nfltt AT tin T. JO, 100' trains will liavi frnm nud nr.lvo at Otliand U sis. l)i'ol as follows- Ie.ivo Wh-IiIiuIoii 0 a. m. and 1 35 p. m . d tllyj nnlvo nt I'elmonl p ,.-k 10 51 a. 111 and II 211 p m.j I.eesbuiu 11 01 a m aidflJln. in: hi : I vo at Hound Hill nt 11 13 a. m. and 7il8 l. 111. ltituniliirf, leavo liound III11 fi 03 a m. and 0 00 p m ; pass I.cesbmg 0 12 a m and 1: to p m : Ilelinont Park 0 a I a ni. nnd 5.30 p. m . andarilvo ut Washington at 8.35 a. in. and 7:10 p in. Onbundnjs tho tialn leaving Washliiglon at 111; 111 onlv luintoLiesbiircnnd thotrniu turning nt7'10p in starts iroin Leeshurg. biieel.il exclusion rates and bund ty trains tpIJelmont l'aik. Monthly aud oouimuU tlou iats to all points. S. Jt. IIHOl'ilY, hupt., Aloxnndrla, Va. E, J. LOCKVV OOD, Fass. Agt., 507 l'a. avo. Waahlncloii. 1) ('. STCAMD0AT8. DAILY L1KK10 NOltrOLK ,t KOUVKEiS Momni'. btcainiMK Uuorge Loary and fcxiulsl.ir, comnienelug May tl, 1885, uuont tlicfc" popular Ktnaniors will loava Heventh-etreht wlinrl DAlLY.except BUNDAY, atOitlO p. in. I or particulars: Inrpilro fUUm. pnuy's olllce, 7tli st. whnrr. TelipUouo No. 715 .1. W. I'. WEL01I, Oenoral Agnnt. J' OW FAltF.S J Forlress Monroo and Norfolk. 1 Irst class faro 1 1 Uouiid trip, SI 25. bteninii Jano Jtosoley Monday, Wednesday and batuidav lit 5 .So p. in. 1'iistcRo and rooms secured atgonernl ofllco, Sixth street whaif. Telcphono tall, II 1. l'otomnu Itlvir Landings Steamer Thomp 8C111 Monday. Wednesday nnd 11 Idnrnt 7 a 111. Somobliiiig low. D. W. OLV.GO'H Com), Iiiatlon Let (01 -Sheet and l'uvotopn Iti'letteis, Notices, lllllf, St itomonts, t'lr culms of nil iles, In boxes of ,'3, 00, WO, 231, tto 111 .1 Ite-Oench MII ilti'piiiiHO with l'nvolopos, V, llUa-.iiWolnlilIn lo tii, AV ill inv o Time and Troublo, lho I'ciKtotUco sturaiii w III show' dato of do llveij, J. W NaTUtS, ltIilNiiwoikayonuo. Sola Agt for Watliliuton and Alexandria. :;) 10th bt. .. it. :; i'u. ire. rm. Ilinvoalot of Fine Shoos, my own miko, oat I vvlll tell at a barguui, tiivo mo n trial. ca