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THmjiwm PVS'w TIT13 WASHINGTON CRITIC, TTTVltSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 22, B85. AUCTION SALES. , I) 1INCANSON 1IIIOM., Auctioneers. tiiANraiv halt: op valitahle im- 1MI(1VI:I) PltOPEKTY, HEINO IIOIWI'.M Nr.MiiHitF.ii 12311 and 12:w i;ici-iii (otii) hthef.t northwest, in the city of washinoton. Ily virtue and In tmrsuiinco of a decroo 1-n.Ml In Hip r.flll.n of Mni'V It. H.IUiroS Ot 111. Mi. .John F. dinner ct nl., being causo No, of tlin firpmlscn. will offer for salo ntpuhllo miction llio rolluwIiiR rent estate! All tlint plcco or parcel known on tho plat or plan of llio city of Washington in Subdivision Lot thirty (So), In square four hundred l Ml)) . Thu rnld real cstato Is Imprurcil by two two-story brick houses, Terms of salo! Ono-thlrd flffl cash, iui'1 llio balance in count Installments, payable nt six (Oj, tvtclvn Ott) nnil ctnlilt'on (I8i months from thodnyof solo, llioileferrcil payments toilmw fix (A) per cent. Interest per annum anil tho notes of llio purcliner or purchaser.! to bo fllvcn tlieicfnr, secured byilccd of trust on Ilia property. Terms must bo compiled with within seven (il days from ilay of salo. Ono hundred dollars deposit must bo mnilo on cneh houso when knoekcil ilown. All convey ancing nt purchaser's cost. HDWAIID II. THOMAS, Trustee, mil F st. n. W. lllHJItY WISE flAHNF.TT. Triutco. No, '.' Columbia fjtw Hnllillng. "l OHN Mil HUMAN .V CO., J Heal Estnto Agents. TIU'STHFH HAM! 01' VAM'AW.K 1M- ritovKi) l'lioi'mrry, sixth sritHET AND PENNA. AVI!. 8. I.'. Ily virtue of n deal of trust, tlateil Novem ber:.'. 1KH, nnil recorded In Illicr tw. folio BO. ono of tlio I.ninl Ilceonls for llio District of Columbia, I will sell at public auction. In lront of llio premises, on WEDNESDAY, Till! 28TII DAY OK OCTOIIEH, 1883. nt I o'clock p, in., llio following property designated In paid deed ot trust, lo wit: Lots nmnbcroil eleven (11), twelve (12) anil thirteen (13), In Kliiaro numbereil eight hundred nmt forty four (HI I), together with nil tholmprovcmcnts, do., thereon. Terms of salo 8'J.OOO In cash, liatanco In six (0), twclio (!'.') ami eighteen (18) mouths, with interest from ilnto of salo. Doforro.l pay ments to bo secured by ilecil of trust on tho property sold, or all cash, nt tho option of thq puichutcr. All conveyancing lo bo at thu ex 1 cute of tbo purchaser. A deposit of $101 will hu required when tho property Is knocked down. HEN.IAMIN If. KnYSF.lt, HccelvtrOor.-Amer. National Hank, Trustee. IV. C, Dt'VALL. Auctioneer. CLOTHING. o, Tetilor, AT.Aitoi: invoici: op ot.oTiriNn having Jut niTlveil, being tho l.ilost Htylo, namely, in cut, material unit colors, tho latter being 1II.ACK, lll.l'E, PLUM. WINK mill HltOWN, tho styles nro I'ltlNCI! AL 11EUTS, CUTAWAYS and HACKS, tho last named "Till! LATEST AdONV." What wo roll for 810 mid SH! other sell for SU and Sao. Our SIS quality sells for SM. HOYS' SUITS A SPECIALTY. My stock Is much larger than I hao spaco to put It. Soliciting your custom, I remain, 10H AND 1010 PENN. AVK. O L O TJE-I 1 2ST GK TX- ID. B-K-U.;, 1111 1'ISK. AVllNUl!, Winter OvercoatiiiES and Siiitiiiss Of my own Importation, now received. Gontlo men, plenso cull, Inspect and leavo your or ders at tho Leading Tailoring Estiibllshmont of Washington. Host (loods. Host Trim mings. Nono but tlrst-class workmen orn plojed at 1111 Pennsylvania Avcnuo. lEC. D. IB-AJFtPL Importer and Tailor. Something lew. Broadway Diaginal Ovor coats. llluo and r,rown, Pack nnd Surtout, Lined and Worsted Lined. Silk E. B. BARNUM & CO 831 Ponna, Avonuo. MEDICAL. w?m I'trS i 'j. IvTj V .V, .' i-9 r it.in,'& n ow. I r 11 rj, l IV M '-t.'ifvAi ' ,t;i-pA:-i'- SWIFT'S SPBOIFIO. Isnonro own remedy, inado from roots j:nll,e.c I fron foi its of Ueoivla. Tho above cut u'l'ic mis tho method of Its iniinufiw luro twuitv ycnvH ago. Tho demand h.w been gi dually lneivn.Ing until a $10J,ik) iuLtiriitory Is now nccoisury to supply tho trade TliUgicnt Yegctabln llliiod iMrllior rules C'.,ncer. Catarrh, Scrofula, Kczeina, l'lcir, lil.cinnatlsm an I Illuud Taint, hare II. tiny or ot'ierwl.c, without tho uoof iner emy or rotarli. ' TllllRWIFTHrECIFIOCO.. II. Y 157 V.'. IWd at. Drawer il.Atluutj.Oa ELY'S "6 i APATa r IH TJ i,,,H,.,-nt..,ifttfiS lWWk.KlW lltiilcforii.. Iti- uturcs lIuKeiiHittJ;- K'ft ot Tunc, Ileur lup;and Minoll.Rjl5 A qnlilr llollef. A loslt77o c.,ro.trSV-tlEiVKta,. OKlIASr uAT.ni has gained anenvlablo reputation, displacing all oilier preparations. A particle Is nppllul Into each nostril! no pain! tigteeablo to use. l'rleo fiOo. by mall or at clnigglsts. Send for circular, KLY UUOS., Druggists. Owcun. N. Y. nWAVfjrjijj OINTMENT it a fJritantt mrtrurt, KVJH'TOMH or iICMR!!iiyHSS- tWi&blWijViW 13 UU IlrMtLHYKitrK. Al:ilmof ymitlifnlia'nniaon.'o 'flinlnif I'rniukf ii r.i ilnr'sv K'nptiiiTia ll.r'l il v 1 J4.t rjmlntf t'roiiihturu )Jcr'ay, Nfrvvn Pbl1'- Maniiiioil, Acliaviriir trunl lu vuln ovrry Known iciiiPuy.iiniiiiscnvermt n ln)pIomenHnboirs-c wljlch lie will Kimi ntl'.K toIilsfoltn-'-hutrcrere, AUdrow, J, JLUi:j; WLH, U CUntbuubU Jw York. A SI5W iihcxfj:y. 3STj?a.3XjX3T S ! Instant toller for Cold In tho Head, Soro Noso. "Nino niosotns," Catarrh. Hay Fevor, do. ISo. u box, For ealo by ulldrugglita. Sometliing lew. I). W. (ILKtUi'H Coiiililiiiitlou I.ettiii'-Slieut mill l!nviilopu l'or Letters, Notices. Hills, Stalcmcutrt, Cir culars of all li:os, lu IhiXljs of :.'), W, IM, !iU, aflundl.lliH'iieli. Will illpi nso with Km elopes, Will nine Weight In l'mtaao. Will tmvoTlmo and TrouUo. The Vosloltku btnnuii will sho.v date of de livery. ! W. WATKUS, 1 Mil New York iiytumo. Solo Agt, for Washington and Alaxnnilrlii, Drew's Now Drug Store, NINTH 8T. AND I'KNN. AVK. Wropcn all night. w ?' 7" GSPt, WW fit- NS9 1 4 --ir V'.f AW) - fita. S&- 7wm mKw&$i lMm v U.SA. CTR C.XIVt? N 1LE8. lt-1 IT 12 a z 7X mmmm vi tuiai.m oi' a roiii-.it l'L.Wr.lt. Tho evenings aro now crowing loop; And llio husband's dcslro will bo strong To "pass" n (treat "deal" Of Ills leisure wliero lio'll Hear lliu jiokcr "pot" tinging Its song. He'll como homo with his faco In n "flush" And Ills mouth "full" of business gusli, After tea, ho will stnto llo inustlinstcu b.ick "straight" To help tho boys through with tho rush. And his wife, with her Innocent, ways, llcrlnditsliloiu (t) husband will praise) Hut snnin day eho'll nnil Hbo was L'ohiL' It "blind," And icr "liand" In mniucincut will "ralso." For her mother, If still she's ou "deck," ller frut In her husband will wreck; With a twist of her lip, r!ho will put In her "chip" And Iho "pot" will boll over a speck. Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch, TllESOARHMmTORY. On tlio cilltor'o ilcsU, lltloretl with iwtrnctH, mnmiscilplfi, cxclmngos, tiolo.i, writing paper nnd those other trlllcs which give n nowspapcr olllco some thing ot Inillvlilttallty, thoro Hlnmls a roiuitl mul sticky imicllngo hotllo with n rnklsh lirtioli hniullo protrmllng from Its giim-llticd mouth llko thu limit of n plmto crntt, which, hy tho wny, It re sembles In inoro ways thnii one. Around tho Imso of thil useful utensil thcro crept n nimble nnd Ituiulslllvo ranch, Long ncnunlntnnca with news paper olllces he had been in hut ono, but they nro nil nllUc had made him fearless. Tho editor was buiy at his work and minded him uo more thnu he did tho predatory shears nnd tho other mute, Implements of thu vrnft Expe rience hnd tnttght him that when tho editor was busy ho paid no attention to roaches, and right ho was. Few news papers, Indeed, recompense an editor lor tho lime expended In killing roaches, lie knew this, did this wlso little brown-bucked, multi-legged roach, and ho knew n great deal more, for not even a. roach can llvo In a newspaper olllco without lenrnlnp- something. Tlicreforc.whcii tho fancy lo travel and tho opportunity In tho shape of tho towering height of tho imicllngo brush were presented to him ho marched lu that direction witli n bravery that only comes with nn immunity from dan ger long nnd certain. Up the glutin ous sides of tho bottle ho slowly crawled, taking caro not to ndhero too closely to the gluey surface, and by dint of pcrsovcrnnco and Industry ho was soon rewarded by reaching tho summit of the timber. Hack of tho bottle, facing tho cdttor, stands a row of shelves, tho depository of odds nnd ends gathered from every where and nowhere, piled in hapless confusion, lu this mass of disorder thcro llcsn metal scarf-pin, whoso head is fashioned In the Imago of n roach a queer, grotesque, pop-oyed, whimsical, Japanese roach. It was this that caught tho insect's eye. "What's that?" ho remarked In sur prise, for ho fancied In his egotism that ho knew how easy it is even for it roach to imitate its superiors. The scarf-pin made no reply. After waiting a reasonablo time l'or n re sponse tho littlo sightseer again ob served, this time in a louder tone of voire. "Hello, you therol Who nro you?" Becoming impatient and not a littlo vexed nt tho evident want of mnnneM in'hls strange contemporary, tho roach, with alacrity, retraced his step, and In a few minutes ho had mounted to the Bhelf where tho scarf-pin lay. "Well," declared llio Insect with a traco of pompousness becoming his long resilience in tho olllco, "I nuvor saw you before. Ileen here long?" "So," responded Iho scarf-plu In a hard, metallic voice, which was part of his nature, "not very long." "Well," replied tho roach, who was at heart disposed to bo n gentleman, "I urn glad to see you anyway, al though you weren't very cordl.il at first. "No," answered the (carf-jiln, apol ogetically, "f can't move mv neck very easily. It Is rather btlff, to tell the truth." "Xo wonder," continued tho roach, hospitably, "you linvo been exposed to the draft." Como with mo to my room under the inkstand. It is very co-ty there." "Can't," replied tho pin stlllly. "I can't nxivo without being lifted." "liheumatism?" "No. 1 don't suffer any pain. I think It Is nn organic trouble. "Ah !" mused tho roach knowingly, as if it understood what "organic'' meant, lie had learned that sileneo is oflcn taken for wisdom, had Ibis imi tative little rogue. "Well, you needn't be nfrnld of hurt," conlinitud tho in 6tct pointing Willi one of his feelen to the busy editor. "Ho doesn't amount to anything. You ought to know him once. hy, do you Unow, ho Is a Ihlef. llo doesn't half cam his mouuy, 1 heard the proprietor s.iy so to Ilia ulitor-in-ehlef just thu other day. Hu cuts out strips of paper and then write) comments' ou them, which ho think) nro funny. The proof-reader and I know better. Jf you ever want to know what an editor really amounts to just ask tho proof-reader. IIo knows." "You read his work, do you?" in quired tho pin, with visible respect. "Not I," relumed tho roach, with an air of eunui, mingled with superior wisdom. "No, sir. Wo uowspapur fellows never read what is printed lu tho paper. Wc leavo that for tho pub lic. Then again ho uses the shear until they ache and tho pasto brush is worn out with overwork. Tho only thing nbout tho desk that has an easy time is thu pen. Ho seldom uses that. The pen lives down with mo under tin) Inkstand, and we often talk about htm. llo ngrees with mo exactly." "I have no doubt you are right," re plied tho pin, politely. "Hut where did you como from?" "A girl bought mo and gave mo to lilin." "Ah!" returned tho roach, re llectlvely, "was sho pretty?" "No," responded tho pin, "but," ho lidded, with enthusiasm, "hho was more thnu that. Hhu was beautiful. Bo he thought, and so I thought, too. You, see, 1 lind n chance to sou a great deal of her very closely. Ho wore mo on his scarf. And when her faeo was bended over his and her eyes looked Into his I can tell you 1 nearly lost my own heart. Yes, continued tho plu after a short pause, "I am expert on funlnlno beauty. I have, 1 may say without egotism, been greatly ndmiroit by tho ladles, 1 have often been on exhibition in jewelers' windows and 1 haveseen my share of the world. If I had been made with two leg: .::' nrntt Instead of this lone., golden pin, l foul euro I would have been a very groat Mvcll. Indeed I know 1 would, "No doubt of It," observed thoroash. "How iung ago was tills 1" "About a year." "Yes, 1 recollect It now," replied the luiscct. "llo used to neglect his work nt thai time and wrote a great deal of what hu called poetry, hut it vwiiii'l. Jly friend, iho pen, add nt thu time It was suuh mawkish stuff 'U often used to nmko him sick, and ouj day ho came nearly buliijf diseluirgo.l for having n poem about 1'iiiHli wTio liver sho was set up Inato.i I of a J !tJ about tho leu cream man. Ho uIsj bought some handsome clothes nnd n tall hat, nnd ho used to shavo every day nnil wear gloves. 1 no wclcht told mo ono dav when tiapcr 1 wits out ho saw him look nt himself In n pocket mirror, nnd smile ns though ho was tho most contented man with himself In tho world. "Well, how did II end?" "lladly," replied tho pin with a sigh) "badly. Ono day sho roturned him his presents and went to Europe, 1 thought forn tlino ho would go crazy from grief." "1 noticed It, too," answered tho roach, "llo used to sit down at tho desk and wrlto wlillo tho tears stood In his eyes, and tho editor said he did the best work he ever did, I havo often noticed," continued tho Insect wisely, "that when an editor laughs us ho writes tho readera cry, hut, when ho cries the publlo Inttijhs. Funny, Isn't It?" "Yes," lesponded tho pin absent mlmlcdly, for very few pins, llko very few eililom, havo a sensu of humor, "but I think It inut be broken oft now. I haven't been worn for threo months, nnd 1 believe sho was married to n foreigner, so tho lamp on his dressing case told me, and It read tho letter, I think. Anyway, I feel sorry for him." "So do I," replied tho roach Impul sively, "llut lio'll get over It. It ho can only lose his temper with her and quit grieving, then ho Is safe. Well, I must bo going now. dnnd day. Much obliged to vou for vnur Inforiiinlloii." l lien with a reckless hasto tho Insect stnrlcd across tho editor's paper for tho Inkstand. "Confound theso bugs," remarked tho editor crustily, ns hu picked up tho paper weight and placed It heavily on tho Insect. "Every time 1 see ono of them I am reminded of that hideous pin, which, by tho way, I must throw away." "1 think," observed tho scarf-pin to himself, with n littlo shudder, ns tho editor resumed his work, "that ho Is In a fair way to recover," Nuw York Graphic. HOUSES IX DV.HAXl). Orrut Illllleulty ILxperleiiceil In Se curing Sultiililo Winter Oiuirtor. The local real estate agents say that thcro seems lo bo no let up to tho de mand for furnished houses and apart ments. Tho supply was so nearly ex hausted by tho earlier demand that those who havo delayed until now llud It almost linnosslblo to get winter quarters, l'coplo uho havo been lu tho habit of spend ing tho winter In Washington know better Hum to delay action lu tho matter of house hunting until tho eleventh hour, but tbo newcomers nro all at sea. Several now apailnieiit houses havo been completed during tho summer, and tho easo with which CYcry Inch of spaco In theso has been rcntid, would seem to settlo tho qucttlon ns to tho bucccss of such ventures in aichltccture, Ono building on (1 street, between Thir teenth and Foiutcciith streets, that Is not )ct completed, but that Is Intended to bo tlnlshcd In lints of about four rooms each, was all spoken for beforo tho walls were up, Another similar house, nearly oppo site tho .Metropolitan Club, was spoken for by n largo party of bachelors before It was completed, but another set of enterprlsltuc pcoplo captured It before tho papers had l.cen signed. Tbo 1'ortland Is crowded, as usual. Then, too, tho Woodmont Flats, ou Iowa Circle, that stood empty so long, mo now tilled up, and applicants for space nro dally turned away. A prominent real cstato man remarked to nrepiesciitatlvo ot Tun C'iiitio this morn ing that ho had a plan on hand for tho erec tion of another largo npnrtiucut liouso tit tho northern section, but had thought best to wait to sec how tho other houses fared this tcason beforo going abend, lie says, however, that ho can already see how un wise ho was to wait, for ho could havo let a bundled Huts for thu coming winter. VAST WASIllXGTOX. ...v .r. . : - . Tho Commissioners, nftcr having received n petition signed by the property owners on Seventh street, between Kami I, northeast, have decided to extend tho water system Into that section of tho city. 'Iho condition of James Flntrlcs, tho young tinner who accidentally fell o IT tho loof of dray A lioboy's store fu Uutontowu last Friday, Is much Improved. A ono-story brick hall for mooting iiur potcs Is being erected by Mrs. Delia" Chap pell at tho corner of Klghth nnd I streets northeast, which will cost$l,r,0D. I'.lglit arrests in East Washington yester-rtaj-. John 0. (Iticthlcr was nrrostod yesterday for the thhd time and fined ijO for keeping n Sunday bur. Tho saddle that was stolen from tho Wufliliigtou Asylum stables on tho night of fc't'jitiinlier 10 was yesterday tieovcred by Ollicer .Murr, of tho Klghtli'l'rccluct, from Dr. Wan en, who resides near Surratsvllle, I'llucc (ieorge's County, Mil., who statoa Ikatlio had purchased It from a Mr. ltldg way, who got It from an unknown colored inn n. It is Iho property of tho United flutes and was returned to tho asyluiu by tho Eighth l'iccliict, t'.iHf.lKUl Ill-(l. Hoys' nnd children's department. Our tide" In tills tlopaitment Is ot such propor tion that It Justine us this season to lay In a sti ck double ns lare;o us over shuwn, and ns our second Hour, the full depth of tho building, is devoted lo tho boys, you can bo sure to Hnd everything th.it a boy m.iy wish for In tho wny of wearing apparel. Klso nmn Urns., thu manufacturing clothier and tailors. Alloivert Wiiti'ti l'ttrlolnori. Tames Mi.liiilrl and l'rnnU Esmond, two Kildleis ot the Washington ll.irrucks, pleaded guilty In tho l'ollco Court this iiioi ulng to n chargo of stealing n gold watch and cliiilu worth $l"0 from Major J. II, liur bnnk of the Washington H.irr.icks. Tho nutLU wns left lu u closet by Major Ilur bank and found by tho defendants. It was recovered froift a pawnshop, wliero thoy hypothecated It. Tliey wcru hold for tho net ton ot thu grand Jury and committed lu default of ball. Mnrgaret Fitzgerald, a whlto woman, was cliuigcd to-day hi tho l'ollco Com t with tho grand lniccny of a gold watch and chain and in) lu money from J. I', Dezendorf. The eato wcut over until thu Sitth instant. Unity (ini'i'inci'M, refrigerators, carpets nnd furniture sold on weekly or monthly pnymonts at Smith's, lia New Jersey avenue uoithwcst. Xcslortril llio l'.iiniiIo Hot. Murrill 1'clhaiil, a sevcro looking, tall, old colored man vns beforo Judgo Snell this inoiiilug for assaulting Ills wife Cathe rine. Did ho over assault you before?" In quired Ills Honor. "Yes, u hundred times, but ho never bit mo before," enmo tho lo pl) in a dlMiial voleo. In answer to a ques tion us to what ho did for u living ho said ho worked for tho priests at St. Matt'.iews Church. "IIo woiks for good people," said lliu Court, "and ho ought to bo a good man." "Ho omilit to bo but ho ntnt," re plied lliu wlfo. I'ivo dollars. Aur.wini). 'Iho attention of every ono who examined tho uiagultlccnt slock ot lurtilturo dUpliijcd on ono Hour by (iunrgo llrrttbailh, Odd Fellows' Hall. Tlio latoit -gjlesnttho louit prices. fully Cluli I'.lectlon. Tbo niiiiuul meeting of Tnlty Club for tho ilccllon of ofllccrsfor thu so-ieon of 1S53-MI will bo held to-morrow (1'rldiiy) evening .it ll,n residence of Dr. mid Mrs. E. P. How Iuiid,"ll l'our-iiiid-a-hulf street northwekt. l'ou cure of rlic.iimutlsui, iit-iirnlsln lulti nilous phases in sciatica, tic, ilouioureiK, titiil-eiuiila, etc., licit balvatloii Oil, lliu c.i:.titt pain-emu ou earth, Price !i"i cunts a be I He, "Aldcrncy Onli-y tVn-i.iiis." l'liidi Alderiicy butter, chiirnad uverv liipiiilng nnd (lcilvuied In J lb. "Warl" print, ''.Cc. per ti Als- cottage clieinu; biittcimllk mid twect tullli, tie. per qt. Client, 15c per pint. m. - To unpen, $R pants. K'ssm m, cor. 7th .'; E. POVlTWAh 1'OtXl'S. Chairman Colo and tlio Itepubllcnn Coin mlltco havo been busily engaged In New York preparing for tho an lvat In tho Slato tills week of (Tovcrnnr-elcct 1'orakcr of Ohio. Slnco tho published announce ment that (lovrriior l'ornker would addross meetings lu Jamestown, lloehcster and New York, tho commlttco has been bo sclgcd with telegrams ami letters ot lu qulrv for details of tho arrangement, and Incut committees nt points out of Iho city havo been at their wits' ends to arrange sultnblo places for the crowds that havo In dicated their deslro lo bo present. Owing todovcrnnr I'oraker's Virginia engage ments ha can only mako tho t Into speeches nt Jamestown, Itochester mid In New York. 'I heso meetings will bo held on tlilsovciililg, Thursday and PiMay evenings respectively. Tho meeting lu Now York will bo at tho Mndlson Equina Harden. It Is also ex pected that a reception will ho tendered to tho Ohio lender at the L'nlon League Club, but this ullldcpcitd much upoirilovcruor I'oiakcr'sowii plans: as ho at present ox puts to leave lor Virginia on Saturday. lu tho case brought up beforo tho Sil pieme Omit In l'lltshmg on Monday It was iltcldcd Hint bets iiuido ou primary olcctlons In l'eiiusylvanla wcro not Illegal, been mo neither tho ptlmary nor llio general election laws prohibited bating on tho results of primaries. Tlio constitutionality of tho jiilinnry election laws of tho Statu was lu- voivcu, nut tlio t,ourt mil not pass ou mo point, claiming It was not beforo them lu llio proper form. A Wnshlmiloii special to tho llo?ton JliCtml siijs. "Slnco tho Ohio election suV crul prominent and Influential Democrats, nt least ono Western Senator and soverai Kcprcseutntlvcs, havo been to tlio Whlto House to reason with Mr. Cleveland. They have gono thcro to convince him ot wh.it they conceive to bo tho error ot his ways and they havo como nway mora disturbed than ever. Ono of them was askol If thcro wns likely to bo any chamra In tho Presi dent's policy by reason (if tho defeat In Ohio and n prospcetlvo loss ot New York. 'Not a bit ot it,' was llio reply; 'ho was dead s ct cm his courso and wouldn't ehango from It l( every Democratic State was to go ltepiibllean. Ho can't see that thoro Is an thing for him to loso from tho Ohio election. If New York goes Democratic, he will toko It as a result in Justlllealluu ot his course. If It goes tho other way ho will think It Is becauso tho party has d rifted awny from his standpoint " The ofllclal returns as far ns received at tlio Secretary of Stato's office lu Columbus, Ohio, show fifty-six Itepubllcnn members elected to tho Hoitso nun certificates have been Issued to them. East night tho Can vnssliu; Hoard completed tho count In Franklin County. All tho Irretrtilailtlos lu returning tho poll-books anil tally sheets wcro eliminated and tho result wns given us though no defects had been discovered. Thcro does not seem to bo any doubt longer ns to tho Legislature. Ofllclal reports aro hi from nil doubtful counties and districts and tho Hoitso stands fifty-eight Republi cans to fifty-two Democrats and tho Scnnto seventeen llepubllciiiis to twenty Democrats, leaving a Itepubllcnn majority ou tho joint ballot of three. This gives Hamilton County iu mo I'cinocruis. A special to tho llaltlmoro ..tiiicn'cmi from Petersburg, Yu., says: "Senator Mahouo Is working harder this campaign than over beforo in his political career, llo works day and night in a subterranean odlco ot ins iiauusouio resmenco ou Long Market street, surrounded by soino twcnty-llvo or more clerks, who aro kept busy mailing po litical circulars to nil sections ot tlio atato. Ono day lust week Mahono scut nearly ono thousand pilots of theso circulars through tho inn Us, and within tho last two days ho has Invested over J:J30 hi postage stamps." General Hrndloy T. Johnson, who on Tuesday night nddresscd a regular Dem ociatlc meeting in Maryland mid turn ing nround denounced Senator Gorman, spoke qullo differently in this city ou the twenty-ninth ot Juno last. llo then said that Senator Gnrunii was tho man to bo returned to tho Senate. To take him would bo tho best choice that could bo made. He even went so far as to tny that almost everything In Maryland should bo subordinated to 'securing Sena tor Gorman's re-election. Hon. William M. Evarts arrived lu lluf falo at 8::!."t Monday evening, mid Is tho guost ot Hon. Sherman S. liogcrs. Mr. Evarts spoke nt the Main Street Itlnlc last evening. On Monday evening ho speaks at Syracuse, and from there ho goes directly lo New York to lesuuiu court duties on Thursday. Mr. Evarts will do llver but tin co political addresses this cam paign, ono to bo given lu Now York the week befoio election. Iu re sponse to an Inquiry ns to his views concerning tho Stnto ticket, Mr. Evntlssald: "1 havo felt It nil along that wo could carry the State this fall If wo had good men ou tho ticket. 1 think tlio ticket Is n most satisfactory ono and I ap prove ot it ns tlio choicu of a fioo con vention." Judgo J. I,, l'oraker, flovcriioi-ulact ot Ohio, spoke over two hours at Jamestown, N. Y., yesterday, to an audlcnco llllhi" every part of tho stage and auditorium, and which leprosentcd eviry town lu Iho liniuo dlato legion. Ho contrasted the causes which lid to the golne; out of power of tho Democratic party twenty-live years nito and the Ilcpublleaii party n jearugo. llo said that tho achievements ot tin ltepuhlleau parly met with universal approbation now, mid asserted that bad there buen a free bal lot nnd mi honest count In the South It would still bo In power. The rumor that lloscoo Conkllng Is to como out iu favor of the Republican State ticket of New York and perhaps mako ono or two speeches seems to havo sonio war rant. Il Is known that sovcr.il of his most pnitlculi'.r fileuds went to Now York throo daj s ago. Just beforo starting ono of them diopped a leniaik that Conkllng was roidy to enmo out In n m..iitier Indicated If ho veto properly approached. Tlio Inforemu drawn fiom this and other remarks w.is that the pally was ou an errand ot roeou tillatlou. V.'o Ktulu' One Itcuj'.itutlou On It Hint we sell boys' und children's cloth inploMcrtbun any other liouso In Hm city. W o glvo n polo cup with every boy's suit or ovi'irtMit wo sell. Elscman llros,, corner 7th nnd E streets. -- Alivayx In Orili!1. It was nt a meeting of tho board of di rectors of n Western railroad, called to con-i-!der tho advisability of building a branch lino fifty miles long. It was discovered tli.it th majority wcro opposed to tho project, nrd tho matter was speedily dismissed. Tho ilinltmnu then snld: "Gentlemen, Is thero anything olso to bilne: l.efote thu meeting!" "Would a motion to plnco another mort gage on tho mnln lino bo lu order!" 'asked one ot the directors. "Certainly, sir." "Then I so movo." "I.fiippoit It!" chorusscd nil tho others. Tho morlgngo wns duly placed, ot course. IVt'all Street News. To (muni, i!i pants. Elscman, cor. 7th it E MM TV ft UW iss IJWt! (rvrtitl'U or uliti IiiUrnitili1! ticcult. BRQjf ut in (ut'ir i W THC BEST TOMIC. ! iK iiMill'tnn enmMnnn Irrn with niim veirn tali ll (u.U-g, unit J jnvluaMg IVr Dit-iwwwt pcullir to otutwu nrvt rllwlioleail (:! inUry lift, . It Ut- ih.) Attri'tli"! SlrfiiiUtifu tl.e .Uuhc'Ii'm Mid Noiip.- lutait.,luunufchly lipliforiitt'H. 01- trn tht t")itiil4)ilon, mt'l mufH tho hklu Kiuootu, U 4 Mti nut III") 1 thu ti'utU, eauiro ltoadacho, or riitit'j cuiMtiiutioiiufJ othtr lain mii(cinti lot Mkh. 1'iuahkth lUinP. II VrU Ayo.. Mdwau. kH. Vi ., wi u:i.1it ilnlu nf Dm, SMli. IK-M: " I li.VH UHttil ruwt.'n Iron llitU'U.Bml il IsMlxwn woM t!im a itoctorto tn tiivliiti cuiert 11m ot tut vtuikin'Msliillotihivnlit llio. Ali cuiJituiof l.tr cr OutjjiUfnt. ntiii now my comiiloilmi I cloar ana 80k1, Hail ftliw lwn Lonttticiil f my ctiiMron." MrtR. Jxii'lAi O. IIraqimiv. Utt IsncViwvt. N.V., ctu: " I havo smtTurl iintolt misery (rem l't'tnam CK-nijiIifntH, u.ttl ouul.l ottAbi ruliol fruui uolluuit ticvpt iliuwii'a Iron llittunt,rt Clnulna hH above Trstlo Mark and rmHoJ rM, linen ou wrM'Por. Talto no otbrr Maila uiily Ly UKOW.N CHEMICAL CO , ...UmiOStL'.MU. riejji'n mm I'uruiuM ujo momi, 7-11 IIIMltltdf h Mirer Irom tct siuiuu irjr a f&k$ Mrfa rsaiw; ns mm w l; J ra0 Ae"i FHu. H -fiy K.UH Tfl BTU fl ESSES Sa B' Bra i ya m P10W XVX1' WVVli'H IHUSVMVM'N. A I'lrst-OliissAttriietliiii lllllrd nt Haeli of tlio Thrill rex. The Union Square Thcntro Company will appear nt Ford's Operii-Houso next week In llio great emotional drama, "A Moral Crime," which has been ono of thu most successful dramas presented In Now York this season. Tho east luchidos Mario Prcscott, Joseph Haworlh and n number ot other strong people specially adapted for tho parts thoy aro to assume, llosorvud scats can now bo had at tho box olllco. iikkziki'a oraiA-noust:, Mls Clalro Scott, a popular English actress, will hold the boards at Herog's next week, In a scrlcsof well-known emo tional dramas. Her repertolio Includes "East I,) imp," which will bo given every afternoon, "Tho Womnii lu Hod," for Monday, Tuesday nnd Wednesday nlghls, nnd "Leah tho I orsnken," for Thursday, Friday nnd Sntuiday nlglils, "The Wemnn hi Itrd" will bo remembered as n brilliant feature of tho repertoires of I.iiclllo Western nnd Mrs, D. P. bowers. 'Iho plays will nil bo mounted with tho euro usiiut at this house. NATIONAL TlltlATItl!. Tlio popular comedians, Louis Hnrrlgau nnd John Gourlay, aided by an oiccllcut comedy company, will bo at tho National Ihcatic next week In n revised version of "Skipped by the Light ot tho Moon." Slnco this production was last seen hero many now fealuiesand entirely new miilo has been Introduced, and It Is now funnier than ever, l'coplo nt tho present time want to laugh, nnd "Skipped" Is funny from the ground up. Its vitality, action, hilarity nnd vim, which delighted largo audiences last season, havo lost none ot their charm nnd will na doubt caitson repetition of Its former success. Salo of seats now open. Al.llAlOIt'S (MT.IH itousn. "Ahino la London," u now emotional drama, by llobert Huchanan, author ot "Slortu llcatcn" and other successful plays, will bo given ot Albaugh's noxt week, with Miss CoraS. Tamicrnnd Mr, Herbert Archer In tho lending parts. Ot this nlav tho Phil adelphia Timn says: That Mr. llucliaiian felt pioud of his latest production, "Alone lu London, or Woman against thu WorUV' was proven by his prcsenco In this city to superintend its first production lu America, witli new scenery and nu English compaily. It hns n pretty story, very neatly developed, nnd tho chnrncters stand out In bold relief. Tho piece niado a lilt at Its first perform ance dicw goetd houses nil tho week." Thu play will bo given tho entire week. 33nn In (In- Vein- lOO.OIIK. Tho man of that day will bo littlo clo than brnlu and nerves. His head will bo fiom eight to ten times tho slzo ot tho average head of to-day; his body will bo short and of considerable girth; his nrmj will bo short nnd small, with small hands; his legs will be very short and stout, with small feet; the nose and eyes will bo largo, mouth small mid chin a mcro Indication that such a thlngoucu existed. Suuh a man would, If seen on tho streets to-day, bo rolled a terribly deformed Individual, but ho will bo considered qitlto tlio correct thing. lloston Globe. "Foit real merit," says ono of tho most celebrated prlmn donnas, "II. 11. Douglass it Sons' Capsicum Cough Drops for irrita tion of tho throat nro supcilor to an) tiling I have ever used." MOUSE DECORATIONS. WALL PAPERS, Special Eeshni. lxexi'iiissivi: I'Ai'iins In Art Colors. HOUSE & FRESCO PAINTING. DES1UXH AND IISTIM.VTIM FUHNIS1IED. hicclnltlcs III CAItB'f'.TS AXI IMItKICS. Agents for SIouls & Co. P. HANSON HISS & CO., HI." I'lnrcnth Ktri-ot ST. W. Wo Invite an Examination of Oar BRASS GOODS, 11 EC EST IMI'OIITATIOXS mOJt London, Berlin and Vienna, Added to ivelPtelcctcd purchases ot A.33Q.e3TlCaXL GrOOtfLS Jfakesan attractive oxhlbltloii of Novelties and Useful Articles. HAYWARD & HUTCHINSON -11 SlHtli Hlroet X. V. GOOKS AKDSTATIONIERy. Bx'iri-E: BOOKS, Colored Tissuo Papor, 7ft Shades. 1USI) t'KBAI! )AKI'1:T likino. E. MORRISON, 805 and 807 I) St. Northwost. aMHlVEIlY 1IEST lltTSIXESS PEN MADE jl olll 1 y 1111 . ktatloncrs. J' bend 7 '-'-eetitiS&ri T.'n lIllT til WtH.ll. Incton riiouosruphlo Headquarters, Washing ton, 1). C. Suy Your Bunks und Stationary AT T'0 STOItES. WCODyiNUCOAL. COALI woon JOHNSON DUOS., TCUAllVES AND R.ULItUAD YAUD l'Jih and Water 8t. t). W. BHASOU YAKOd AND Oft'IOES. (Oiieueeted by TolepUono.) 120'J V Direct noilhwcBt. IMft Heventh itreet northwost. 17.111 lvnnsylvnuln av. nortliwest. lliu Nlniti strei-t northwest. Corner :1I Hnd K urems norttivrost. 'J'Jl l'eiiusvlMilila mo. Houthwe-i 'TJSB COKE For Generating Steam. For Coohlng Purposes, For ircatlnp; hy funiaoo, For heating hy Latroto. For 0ou Orates, It Is Easily Ignited, It Miil.cs a Quids, Hot Fire. It Does Not Hum Out tho Orate. It U Economical. It Will Pay to Try It, I'Olt SALE 11Y TUB Washington Gaslight Com'y. lOllurluN, Criliheil ta r.u-iii., ciusiitsi ,i liiikhelf, Not l 'ruliutt . . li.Mlusl.cls, Not Crusliod.. .M to "- Delivered to Any Part of Wnshlncton 01 (teoreetown. PHOTO-ENGRAVINa HaluKntiujtly flttoilupii Phi to-Eiigiavwg Ftablubmont) In lonnei lion with my PATENT PK0CCS3, I am t re nrud to tiiruUIi H.I.PSTItATIllXS A'l' NRW YIIUKI'IIIOE'). riiotocrnpiiuii: on V.'oo.l fur tlio Trade. 2N.inru-xoo Josroa, 118 ELEVENTH GTKUBt' N. W. 9SSwZTMS7SiJK9J W. H. HOEKE, Ciiiieis, Minn, B8I11 mil UnJiolsterr gmHs. HEADQUARTERS FOR BOTTOM CASH PRICES. Etfcro ranhhiK your selections you should seo our lines of HPOHI'IDSIUHIjEJ.. Om to different tnl tern rnncliiK from $li to SI 10 n window. Vl'liOI-STEilY tiUODH lu nil nunlltlOT. LACS CURTAINS fs our srcclnlly. NOTTINflllAJt, AMTllJI'i:, SWISS, llIttSSEt.S nnd HIIAI, I.AOE lngT8.it Mirlcty. JtADItAS CUltTAINS In nil shading, l.'ni'prlH In All (railuN mul ((iiulltlcN nt l.oivcit (,'im!i I'iIim-m. Parlor, Library, Diuing-Room, Ofilco & Ohambor Purnituro In nit Woods. Cull ami ceo us. Wo promise yon Jooil J.'ooils, I.imv I'rlci'M, I'nlr Hciillii;-;, I'o-IIU- Attention mid an IIiiiIIohm Hlorlf from which to mako your selection. "W- SI- HOEKE, 801 Market Space. 308 and 310 Eighth Street. J. W. BARNES, BOOTS A N DS H 0 ES. FALL SHOES. Nowlstlio tlmo to look about for tho right plueo to buy your Full and Winter blioua. lu Ladies' Shoes our stock embraces everything. dolrablo In stylo unci ntinllty to which wo nro weekly nulling new Hues. In Misses' and Children's wo havo tlio best makes for wear and com fort. To our Mon's Shoes wo call your special attention. If you want 11 DltESS SHOE wo liavo Vino French Kid Uonsrcsi nnil llittton. l'lno patent Leather CoiiKrcss nnd I.nco. Flno rrcneli Calf Congress l.uco nnd lititton, nil of tlio best makes. Hut Iho shoe Unit talks for style, comfort, perfect III and irood wear Is our lino oalf, sewed. Ill every style, Including tho WAl'K EN" l'HASTnt in, tho best shoo for tho munoy that eau bo sold, DAL10N & STRICKLAND, lltll) E'cniiu. Avi'iuio. One-Price Shoo Store. bSj a. l. hazeltoh, VVS-1 1!!.1 SnvpiilliStrpflt. Ki. VH. Vinlcr Oilil-l'ollows'Unll. E. ('. Hurt's l'lno bhoes for Ladles u specially. -J75 lUlh St. X. IV. G27 l'a. Are. lUst. I havo n lot of Flno Shoos, ray own make, tnat I will ell at a ImrRiilii. (Jlvo me a trial. ;ar(.'iiiita! I'rlzo 7S,MUi..jgi Tickets only S5. Shares In Proinirtlon. 'f."' Louisiana State Lottery Co. ull tin htnUi rrrllfu thaf ire tmwmre the fir- Ktiiqimtiits Jar all On .!' ami Send- l- Midi JUiiirlinj.' a lif Lo'il-UiMt Stale hitt-m i vwplniy mm in iMiwt mtuuiiji. mm rumcc. Draivln ut tin i. !iv,ntnt tinl tin mnwartmit ductal irSIi hoi ,.ili. fiilriifti ami In iooU cd toiimtl all iaitif,atttl in autioi Izv the Coin iHinyto v., Hi! r.ill tliiiti-, icI'hiie-nlinU't nf vurtlanatiiitnattiuhi.it, in lit adurUtantnti," &2ksm&& E&srCf r CommHslonors. Incorporated InlBCU tor as years by tho Legislature for IMurntlnnal and charitable purpoof, with a capital of Sl.dXi.OOO, to which ti reserve fund of oicr S5i0,000 has slnco been mhlnl. ... . .... Hy nn overwhelming popular voto Its fran chise wiiimadunpait of tho preunt htato Constitution, wloptixl llceember !!, A. I). 1STW. Tho only Lottery over voted ou und en dorsed by Iho peoplo of any St.ito, IT KEVEU fcCAI.ES Oil POSTPOXIIS. Itsfirand single Number Uniwliigs tnko place monthly. A Kiili'iiilhl opwrtunlty to win n fortuno. i:io ciith (Iraiul I)r.iwlng, Cla I.. In tho Acad emy of Jluile. Nuw Orleans, Tiiesdny, Novem ber 10, lt5 ISOth Monthly Drawing. Capital Prize, $75,000. IPO.OCO Tickets nt i'ivo Dollars F.ach. l'rucllons, In Plfths, In proportion. LIST OP Pltl.KS. 1 CAPITAL PIIIZI5 S7.VXX 1 do do iVi 1 do do W.noo L' I'lttZKH OP SU.Ortl I'.'IIM 6t Z Tf ft do s.iO. 10 do 1,000.,, SO do NiO... lw do a).. !itO do 100... mo do no. 1,000 llo 80.... lll.KVI lll.Ol'O M,m ;io,iiiio ai.c,).) i,ooo O.T.Vl 4, Al'lT.OXlMATION 1MI1KIH. riApi.roxlinallon Prizes ot S'.V) II do do MO 0 do do V) l.rw l'rlues amoimtlng to $,."n.HM Appllentton for rates to clubs slumM " made only to tho ofilco of tho Company In Nuw nrli'tins. For further Information wrltoelenrly. giving full iiilitreKS. POSTAL Nol'KS, i:pru-', Monoy Ordoifi or New York Uxehangu In or II nury fottcr. Cutroney by l!xpromi (nil mini of $3 and upwards nt our ospeivo) nhlr.'sod JI.A. DAIll'IIIM, Now orloitn i. lltke I'. 0. Jloncy Orders Payablo ami Adilicss llcgbltictl i filers ( NGW OliI.EANB NATIONAL Il.VNIC, Now Oi lea u, Ln. LOUISIANA NATIONAL HANK, Naw Orloun. Li. STATU NATIONAL HANK, NOW Orlsuns, La. CEIIMANIA NATIONAL HANK, New Orleans, La. Firm Representative, PIANOS. ANNOUNCEMENT. Sanders Ss Stnyman beR to nnnounco tho opening of their Nev Piano and Organ Wnrerooms, O-tl V street n. w Oct. 1, 1S, nt wlileh tlino tliey will dNplny nu elegant as sortment of the World ltcuowned Dccte Bros, Pianos and Eslcy Organs. Also tho Celebrated Fischer and Estoy Pianos. Instruments sold on Monthly Payments, nlo For Kent, nt low rate. Tuning mid llepalrlngn Hpeelalty. Second Hand riiuion and Orzaus at ll.irgalni. 3Ir. Jnrvls Hutlcr, I tin distinguished organ ist, will bo In chargo of Wmhlimloii rouim. SANDERS STAYMAN, ic n. chaw.i:r st., oni i-'stihjktn. w. Haltlinoie, Md. Wuslilngton, 1). 0. scSISm PIANO! llliPIIISI JOHN P. Iffl & CO., No, 937 Pa. Ave, N.W. PIANO-FORTES. I'liciiiiiileil In Tone. Toni'li. AVurlc iniiiiNlilli mul Oui'iUilllty. SECOND -HAI?D PIANOS, At All Frlcos. PIANOS FOR RENT. Wm. Knabe 8c Go H17 3IAICKt:T SI'AC'K W. G. METZEROTT & CO., 003 Pennsylvania Avcnuo. second door west of Ninth street, SOLE AGENTS FOR Ohiokoriiig and James & Holinstrom CILOUOII ANlMVAUltllN OltOANS, And all rrtUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, WASHING BLUE. j&. HER I O JOST BALL BLUB. BEST WASHING BLUE It Is Nut Poisonous, Aids lllouolilns "f Wni.li nml (llvt'H It ii Itlcli 01os, TO lit HAD OF YOUU OUOCEH. AMIIIlU'ANIH.THAMAItlNi: IVOItKS Nn. .1.1 Aliililoii I. lino, N. V. KEEP'S SHIRTS, 437 SEVENTH STHEHT N. W. O. P. BURDETTE, SOLE AUENT 5tfl rkj); nfC" raPII hMlLnOADS. ' Pin: olic.vt' PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE. IU TIlUMIItrit, ffKVT.lMmiWrMITFST. porriLE tiior. BPLBVii.'o Hf!t:Ni.ny, M'lEI. IIAII.M. MAriNH'IUH.VT IWIH I'lIU.Sr, in r.rrn-r ikt'ihch ft, IH8.,, mow leave VBlilnginn from stutiou, corner ,..';' lth nnd II utruetn, as follown For Ilttnliiirit mul Hip Wust. Chicago Limited Ljcii! urn ol Palnec Sleeping Lars nt l:W n. m. ibillyi Kat Line, li.no n. in, dally to Cincin nati nnd HI. UjiiIs, with Mleeiitiic Curl from IlanlsliiirKto Clnclnmitland Hotel Cur to bt.uinls; dully. except .ilnnbiv to Chicago, tilth Weeping Car Altooim toiblcajn ciil engonnd cincliinntl LupreM at. 7.10 p, m, dally, Willi Weeping Cnr Walilngton to Chi naitoHtid llarrlsbnrg to liiilsvlllBieo'innct. IiikbI llaiTlbiiigwllhVKterti lixprex vjlth through sleeper for Ht. Louis Parlnr l; press, in p. in. dally for I'lti.hiim and tlm West, with lliMtmli lee,iT H;irrlburg to Clciclnncl ntid t'bleago 11.M.I1M011HA ItiroMAO ItMLItOAD, l'or Hrle, CnnnlirtiiUmn, IIoctiBter, Huff.ilo, 'lslralll, Hi p. rn dully, uic-rpt Naturday, Willi I'ftlneo I nrs WHliltigton to HueliDst.ir, l'or WllllntiiaiHirt, Lock Haven anil Klmlru, nt H:ln a in ilally. ixceit Sunday, l'or New York urn! tlio Must. 7:lfi. S.riO nn I 1 1 ii. m 'J. -I. hi p. m nnd l!i:l& night, ou Miiiilay, Hiitiiu m.'J, I, lop, m. nnd I2!l5 nlifht. Limited r.t press of l'lillman I'urlor tarstiiloa. m. dully, except Sunday. lor Huston without change, "i p. m. everyday, ror llrimklyn. N Y..all tliroinrli trains connect nl-'er'eyt'lly wltlitiontsof llrooklyn Anuot, nITorilliigdIrift transfer to Fulton struct, uvoldltigdoublo ferrlago across Now York city. For Philadelphia. 7lir.. H:!lo nnd 11a. m, 2. I, II, 111 p. in. nnil 1U:1B nlgtit. OnHunday, H:iM in. niMU, t, 11. Ill p. m. nnd la-lrt night. Limited Lipress, I): Ii) u. in. dally, oxceot Hnndiiy. For llaltlmoro, HOB, 7:lfi, Bi'lfl, 0: til. 1 1 -ot) n. rn.. 111. tin ,a, l,.I:t.-..l: H.ti, 7:10, ill p. m. and l'J:ir. night, OnHunday, 8:.'!0. II: III, 11 n. m a, .1, II, 7:10, lliji. in, nnd TJild night, Jor l'opo's Creek Line, TilOn. m., and 4ilo e, in. dally, except Holiday. lor Annapolis, 7:15 n. m., 12.-0.1 nmt -Ir2.1i. m dally, excciithUindiiv. On Sunilav .1 o. m ALESANDItlA FttniJIlllIOKHUtltiri IUIL- WAY AND AI.I;XNII1!IA ,t IVASlf. INIiTON 1IAILU0AU, For Alexandria, (I, 7, ffl5, 11:01 and ll:ns n. in., Uam,.iwi, .1:15, , 8:0.1 nndll:.T7 p.m. OnBiinilny at (), o.-xi, 11:01 a, rn.. H.-tift p. m. For Itlchmond and tho South, n and 11:01 a, m. dally ftinHtO p.m, dally, except Sunday, Trains leavo Alexandria for Washington (l.-O... b, 10. 10:10 n. m., 1, :i:ii.l, il:i. StlO, 7:i).'J nnd 11 ill", n. in. and 112:10 midnight, except Monday. On Sunday at H and 10:10 a.m., 7:05 mul 1 ISIS p. in. nnd 1U:1( night. Tickets and Information at tho oflleo. north east corner of Tlilrlevntli street and Pennsy lvania avenue, and nt tho station, whero or ders enn bo left for tho cheeking of haggaeo to destination from hotels and rosldencos. ciias. i:. I'utiii, J. it. woon, JU'!iernl Manager. Oon, 1'assenger Agent. BALTfMORE &OHIO RAILROAD. BCIIEDULr! IN LFKHCT SUNDAY, Jf AY 3. IbBB, UNTIL FUItTIIL'K NOTIOIL Leavo Washington ftorn Station, corner Hew , Jersey nveniio and 0 stroot. For Chicago, 10 a. in, and 111:10 p. m. dully. Tho 10 a. m. Is n Fast Limited Express to Pittsburg nnd Chicago, arriving In l'lltsbui'if nt 1 :!10 p. m Ch'cago next morning nt Ban, No extra furo Is charged ou this train for fast tlmo. For Cincinnati, Loulsvillo and St. Louts, dally nt :J::i(l p. m. and 10:10 p. m with through conches nnd rnl.ico Hlceiilng ears to abovo ixiinis wiinouLcniingo. osiup. m. train Is a Inst limited train to Cincinnati nnd St L011N, nrrivlng In Cincinnati noxt morning nt 7:15, M. Louis (1:30 p. m. No extra faro Is charged on this train for fast tlmo. For Pittsburg nt 1(1 u. m., with Parlor Car, nmltiilllp. in. dally to Pittsburg. Cleveland For Halt moru on Snndavs (Pill. 7.:i(i R.rtu nnd 10.11.1 a. m.. 1.1, isl, 3:30, -1:10, 5:ltl. 0M0.7. 8:'.T. nml Up. m. For points ou tho Kliencnnoah Vatloy Hall road und points South, t)J5 n. m. nnd 11:10 p, in. dally. Il.tf.l n. in. train his Pullman Slcij.er from Washington to Now Orloani. For Annapolis, o.io a. in. und ltitio and 1:.10p. in.; ou Sutiduv, 8:!)U n. m. and .1:1(1 p. in Forwnystntlons between Wnshhgton and llaltlmoro, fi, (i:io. h::;o a. m.. l'-':10, ;i:JO, 4:10, 7nudll p.m. On Sundays. HSKI a. in., 1:30 :):;io,.l:.u,7niid 11 p. m. Forstntlom on Metrojolltaii llrancii. 7:25 a. m. and 11:15 p.m. dally, except Sunday, mid B::)0 p. m. dally: 'l:ltl p. in. dally, except Sunday, for principal stnttons on Metropolitan llranch: Silo ii. m. dally on Sunday stops nt all sta tions; for Lexington. Staunton nnd Valloy Hrinich, H:1i) u. ui. daily, except Sunday; for Frederick, 8:10 a. ra., 1:10 p. m. dally, except btindnv. For local stations between Washington and (lalthersburg, 1U:30 p. m. dally, except Sun duv. For Haccrstovn nnd Winchester, 8:10 a. in. dally, except Sunday, and B::i() p. m. dally to llngeittowu; dally, exrept Sunday, to Win chiti r. Trains arrive from tLo West dally, (1, 7:20 a. in.. 1:15.0:30 p.m. Tiom Aiimipolls, 8-30 n. m. and 1:50 ana :., p. m.: t-ur.ilny, lo-imu.m. and (1:35 p. m. Horn Lexington, 5.30 p. m. dally, except Sunday. From Frederic ft nnd Intormtdlato points, 0.-25 n. m. and 8:15 p. rn. dally, except Suu diir. Trains leave llaltlmoro Tor Washington nt r.:lo,(lu;o,7:2ii,ti,tiii5and1o.3i)n in.. 12:15, 2:3(1. 3, I, .1:20, 5 (1:30. 8. 1 and 11 p. in. On Siunlujs, (J:!'.0. 7:20. 0 and 11.03 n. in., 1:30, 2-30, -1:211, ft, (l.tiii. 8, 1) and 11 p. m. All trains from Washington stop nt ltch.y Sliillin. exeoi't 1-25, il-1 5 nnil (l:top. m. For further liiP.rinutlou apply ut the llaltl moro A Ohio ticket othco Washl'i.'ion st,.. Hon, Oin m.d 13.11 1'unna. iivo., corner of 1 Ith st., vibrio orders will bo taken for baggau-' ' be i-l.cckod and received ut any point In tao (ily. C. K. LOItli, il.l'. . It. fil'NIIAM. (ion, Man., llalHim.ro. CHESAPEAKE &. OHIO RAILWAY (LEAVF. It. A P. DEPOT, SIXTH AND II srs . 7 Hill A.JI. For all way station-., I.,.in ,, Ky LoulMllic, l'ihciiiri,,ll, Coin ,,,,,, st. Louis. Dally except. S',ind.. 11 A. Jl. For Newport N'itrs, Old I i r. cim- lurt and Nortolk. Dally except jnniluv Bilki P. M For I.oi:l-.vlli-. Cliuiniiati, S' I.oti!i ulul (.hieago, coiiiioctmg for u points Wei t, Norihwest and .s.nithwi'-iti m-i ca'M:k.i (iiio;uues uui sio-, lor , a biHncss; through Pullman servi o it Loulsvillo and Clnolnnuti. For Hi kets and Information apply nt C o o hinli.u.v otlleo, 013 IVitnsvlv.uuu .r.-cnue, under National lintel; Va. Midland K.illv y oi'.ie, dill 1'eiinsylvttrilnuvouiie, until) . 1'. Stutlon. 11. W. FIJLLHIt, CtCDcra! l'asoengcr Xtcnt. C. W. SMITH, Ueiierul Manager. FltANK TitKJU, Fasttrn Passengor Agont. WASHINGTON, OIJIO &. WESTERN K. n. On and utter Al'UL'ST 30, 1S3.1, trains will leavi from and anlvo at (1th und 11 sts. Deisjt as follows: I.cnvo WwhlliEti.u 0 a. in. mil 1:35 p. m., dally; arrive nt llelmont Park 10:51 a in ami 0.-2(1 p. m.; I.eesburg 11:01 a. m. uudoild p. m.i arrlvont Itonnd Hill nt 11:13 a. m, and 7:18 p.m. lleturnliig, leavo Itound IIIII (hu.'lii. m. and 3:011 ji. in.; puss Lvuslnirg (1. 12 a. in and 1:30 p. m.; llelmont Park 0:51 a.m. und 5:30 p. m., andarrlvo at Washington at U:35 u. m. nud 7:10 p. in. On Snndavs the train leaving Washington at II a. in only runs to lA'eslmrg, and thotrniii iirrittiiK nt 7.10 p. in siurts trom Leesburg. siicclal oxeiirsmu rates und Sunday trains, to llelmont Park. Monthly aud commuta tion rules to all points. S. M. Hltol'IlY, supt., Alexandria, Va. E.J. LUCKWOOD, Pass, Agt., B07 Pa. uve. WashliiL'tou. 11 C. EXCURSIONS. t' I'LCIAI. NOTICII. C The bTEA.MF.K KXCELSIOlt ot tho WAMI1NCIT0N AND NOHFOLK LINT. will be wltbdrawn troin tho routo after &LN DAY. SEITEMIIKH 20. Tho KTKAMKlt OIXIIKIK LEAHY, com- rn. lug SKPTi:Mlli:U21,wlllle:ivo;ili street whiiif MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS AND FIII DAYS nt 5:110 p. in. Heturnlug. leavo NOK FOLK, from lloston wluuf, on T! ESDAY'S, TllL'ltsDAYS AND SATHltDAYS nt 4 p. m. WM. P. WELCH. c!7 (lonenit Agent TiT. Vi;ilNON I SIT. VIJltNONI STEAMEIl W. W. COItCOItANJVJJ Leaves 7th bt. wharf dally, except Sundny, for Mt. Vcrmm at 10 o'clock a. in.; returning, iiucues vi ut-uingion uuum a p. in. L. L. IILAKli, Captain. ' JT- "J STEAMBOATS. rs'ONllltFlll.K AND FOIIT MONUOE, THE i lupl LAW ltnlTK. I S.Mali Steamer (.EdltuE l.KAltl Momlii), Wedninduy and 1 ihliiy, irem foot of 71 Ii st , at .V.10 p. m. Secure rooms and I li'kits at llaltlinormtOhlo Oft i is, IUSI and (du I'll, live., St. Maro Hotel ami hni.x I'xi ii -. ikil Pa, avo who will nl o i Im-k I ii.'i,up Oom hotels and tulviitoresl. il.i'i'i- lor furilur Intoriuatlon iniiulro at (i i.hiiv iiffle.-, Tltl t. WB'irt. TelnUUOUO n!l716-0. mil "III.IVM P. 'VKLOII. Oimi. Annt. TOW FA1IES j Fortrcm Mnnroo and Norfolk Fir--clas fare l;Ilound-t rip 41 2.1. Sti inner Juno Mo-e!uy Monday, Wc.lncsd.iy oi.il Suturduy ntMJ'i) p. m. I'uMigo und rooms socuroil at genera! oftlc.o, Sixth nr.fl wluif. T. luplimio cull. 01 Pot ir.ic Itlvur l.iindlngs Stnauior Tboinp son Mi ui'y, Wcdtiesday aud 1'rldiiy at 7 a.in. aim iMiruii, won sleeping oars to 1'lltsliurg. For llaltlmoro on week dnys-.1, 0:11), Iliin, 7::io, H:o nnd lo.or. a.m.. l'J:in. lt'jsi, :i.15 (IG-mlnulo train), iltiiu.-laio, 1:10, 3:10. (l:lo. 7.H:i!5inid 11 n. m.