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TITE WASHINGTON OltlTrC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 28, 1885. HOUSE DECORATIONS. WALL PAPERS, Hpcclul Eoslgn. isr.xrr.SHivu pamhis In Art Colors. HOUSE & FRESCO PAINTING, DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES FUltNISIIHD. SjJCLlnUlcs 111 OAKI'llTS AXI rAllltlCS. Agents for Mori I? & Co. P. HANSON HISS & CO., MB I'lrtcenlli Ntioef S. XV, Wo Invito an Examination of Oar BRASS GOODS, nr.cKST impoiitations rno.M London, Berlin and Vienna, Added to well-selected pitrchnscs of A.ma.e:c:Lca,:ri. Q-oocLa Makes nn attractive exhibition of Novelties and Useful Articles. HAYWARD & HUTCHINSON I'JJ Muth Hlicot ?;. XV. INSURANCE. Insurance Co., No. 629 F STREET N, W., AVAWIUXUTO.V, I), c, Xsstxo Fire and Marine Policies FIREMEN'S INSURANCE CO,, Chartered liy Congress, 1837. capital. $200,000, sin. $16000 ofi'ici:i NEW BUILDING, N. E. Cor. Ssvontli Btreet and Lonls'ani Avenoo. ALilEHT A. WILSON, rrcililcnt. THOS. lAKKi:it, Vlco-Frosldent. O. W. IIOVVAHD, Secretary, II. 11. HAZAllU, Ass't beo'y. National Metropolitan Fire Ins. Co., Old I'll. Ate. N. XV., Washington, I). C. CASH CAI'lTAT., SIOO.OOO. IIDWAUD CLAltK, Pros. SAMUEL CHOS8, Seo'y. aull-tf BOOKS AND STATIONERY. DBLA.ITB: BOOKS, Colored Tissue Paper, 75 Shades. HKI ClIDAli CAltl'UT IANING. E. MORRISON, 800 and 807 D St. Northwest. rpiIKVEHY 11EST BUSINESS FfiXMADE .. som uy an fttntlftiicrs. bond 7 2cent?3 ntlliin tut rti... .! .1. it. tn W'nsli. Innton I'honoxrnplilo IluuUqtiartcrs, Washing- ton. 1). C. Buy Ynur Books anii Stationery AT TWO STORES. MEDICAL. Contagions. I ntn n nntlvo of Englnnd, and wlillo I was In that tommy 1 contracted n terrible blood poison, and for two )e.rs win under troit incut as nn out-door p itlcnt ut Nottlngh im llo.-pltnl, England, but una not cured. I nut find the most iinonllni: pains In inybonoi, nnd wnscovcitd with nous nil over iny holy mid limbs. I innlly I completely lost nil liopo in that countiy, nnd sailed for Ameilei, and SAns treated nt Hoosevolt In this cltv, ns well ns by a proinluciit pin tlclan in New York hav ing no connection w It I, the hospitals, I saw tho advertisement of Swift's Speilflc, nnd I determined to glvo It a trial. I took sli Lottlts, nml I can say with great Joy tint they hnvo cured ino entirely. I am as sound and well nsl cverwus In my life. I.. rilGD HALl'OItl), New York City, Junn l.'th, Ki In Mnrch of last jear (1&8I) I contrnctol Mood i oImiii, and being In Savannah, (!i at tho time, t,v cut Into thu hospital tliero for tie it ircnt. 1 suffered very much from rheumatism it tho tamo time. I did not Ret well under the titatmcnt there, nor was I cured by nuvnf the usual moans. I havo now taken seven bottles of Swift's Sieclllo nnd um sound an I well, '''lovotho poison out thiough bolls on the skin. Dan I.uviiv. ..usey City, N. J., Am;. 7, 1S8.-,. Tieatlse on Illood ami Skin Disc isoi mailed 'iiir MwiiThiiciKin f , Diavvcr 3, All mta, Ctl JN. Y, 1ST W.iMdbt. ELY'S GATATSSraM puuau tjaii? taaera??7nE3Sfl "' ham imiJ ' ffiSto?flWntK5 .Sfc&ftJ.O ftteVFEVEBSBg i?i Ileitis Sores, lle slmc tin Senses or Insto, Hear lngniid ti in nil. A onltlt Kidl.f. ..... . 1MA J) a po.iii7eo.ml AY-EEVEia CltllAJll JIAI.JtT has calnod uucnvlablo reput.it Inn, dUpli,eliiK all other pienaratlons. A pnrtltlo is uppllul lntocntli uosttit; no pain: UKieeablutu use 1'rlco fiOo. by mill or at (IniCs-lsts. Si nil for circular. ELY 111103., I)rU(;Klsts, Owego, N. Y, feiS fir SWAVME'S OINTMENT M i j fnmtnt, turt run. iig JTCHIHG PILES.,' MoIttirt Jictlas wen r iliwtruiiAiaUti. llriniYlm.u-AYUlltnufyuutli(ijlii.i.ru(,rfin c ju.lntf I'Kiualuro ltoy, Sphouj l)cl Mitv, I. Manhiwil, .to.,l!Mluit tr'f.l in nlit nv'ry luown riit,iiiy.iiniuiKciviri'i nH,iiiii,.nu.nnxolf.c wlihli 111) nil! .nut j'ltl.i: loliit fullo'-.ull.'i Aiiari'j,.I.ll.lU.l.VI.rt.iaChatui.mhl. .(,, V euro. reiK, CfK. A Ml'.V Dlhl'OVr.llY. Inttnut relief for Cold In tin) Head, Horo Nose. "Koto lllossoms," Cnturrh, liny roe.r, Ac. l.lo. a box. l'or sale by nil dr.iirjlits. iGLO-WilCAH mfe&s$ $ ?&?& Wmi Manhood Rostorad Something lew. i), w I'l.iir.'trH ronililnnlloii l.i'ttur-Mu'et nml Hutiiliipo l'orLutteis, NotkeM. Hills, Mnleinents, C'lr (iilursof all nles; lu boxes of !, 60,100, 2J0, WJ3 and 1 tt) cut h Will illipciiMi with Emchipes. N III Biiiu WrlKlit In l'ost im, Will ms u 'I Imo uud Troublo. Tho riMlofJIca stamps w III show d.ito of do- lluiy. J. W. WATEItS, IIP) New York (i)onuo, Solo Act, (or Washington and Alexandria. TOPICS OJ? TJIB DAY. Interests that Are- Massing for an Active Campaign This Winter. LIVELY TIMES LOOKED FOR. Tho Art of Draping the Private Boxm of a Thealro. HINTS AND SUGGESTIONS. How Mr, Eads Happened to Mi33 IIi3 Brazilian Contract. "I licnr from n rcllnljlc sourco," say? tho Ilnrlforil Timet corrospotidmit, "Hint Mr. Vllns, 3Ir. AVIillnoy trnil Mr. Lnmnr nro to bo inmlo sttbjccti of nn ftltnck not lesi virulent than tint to which Mr, Onrlnml has been subjected. The John Honch Interest; the lui'l grunt Interest! tho steamship mall In terest, nil nro cnrngeil nml iloipar.ito. Theyhavcpowciful attorneys InCliatul ler, ltobcion, Hen llntler nnd othew. They will leave no stono untttrncil to recover thilr rich booty, nnd they will find rcntly nsslstnnco hero in Wnnldng Ion. Tho President, 1 think, Is not nwnro of tho Immenso sinews of tho forces Hint me lireiuiliif,' to attack him tlirouith ids Cnblnet. Tito I'nn-Klec-tilo Telephone Company will bo In vestlgnted. A sncelnl commltteo will be nppolnted In tho Sennto In tho Inter est of John Itonch. Tho Ocean Mail Stcninshli) Comnnny will iiowl for their subsidy, and insist upon nn lnvcs tlRntlon of tho I'ostm.istor-Clcuuriil. Tlie hind crnlibers' point of attack will bo tho feecictnry of tho Interior. A powerful hoclo-mllltnry organization will weep nnd refuse to bo comforted because all tho lenders of socletv have bten sent to their regiments nml posts in tho West. AVhcn nil these forces mnrch ngnlnst ttto common foe, there will bobenulirul fighting nil nlong the line." The nrt of draping thoptivatc boscs of n thentio Is ono requiring n vast nmount or taste, thought and ox pcrlencc, yet it is doubtful If tho thous ands 'who hnvo gono to tho National Tlientro nnd been delighted, lmvo ana lycd tho causooC this satisfaction. Tho work of designing nnd nrrnnglng tho dinpery of tho boxes Is of great Import ance. A number of consldeintions enter Into tho mnttcr. First, tho boxes themselves nnd their occupants must bo consideicd. Tho draping must be, of comse, graceful nnd In harmony. They must set off to tho best ndvnnlngo the toilets of the fair occupants'. The possible costumes of tho ladies must be consideicd. Tliero must bo no glaring contrasts nor rudu discotds. Tho boes nnd tho people in them must form, us It were, it picture, for they nto tho cynosure of tho eyes of tho entire nudlcnce. Those colors Hint ill suit complexions in tho evening must be molded. Tho subject of color tones must bo caicfully deb lied. The ciTecl of tli o dinpery should bo to pto sent the occupants to tho best p.wslblo ndvnnlnge. lint when that has been achieved the matter of tho drapery It self must bo caicfully weighed. Noth ing tnwdiy or gnilsh can be allowed, Kvcrytblng of (juctlonablo tabto must be rigorously tabooed. Tho oyooftho nitlbtmu't bo on evciy detail. Net tho boxes must bo consideicd in their relation to the stage and its beltings. Tho object of every skillful nnd tasto ful stngu lnnnngcr Is to have every scene a perfect nictuic. Tho degree of peifecllon which has been attained In tills diiccticm Is ccilaiuly wonderful ns it is commemlalilo. 1 no stage ami its settings nnd the tlntmittit pertonc foiitilng n picture, the function ot tho boxes is lo serve ns n ftamo. They must act ns n foil to bring out tho bkill of the stngc manager. It would not nnswci iho puipnso nt nil lor tho boxts to bo to louled with oinanient Hint tho eyo of tho spec tator is attracted from tho pic ture to tho fi nine. Tho stngo picturo is Hie nil-Important thing and every thing should tend toward bringing It out In Its perfection. If tho boxes do not do this they full In ono Important olllce. No mutter how elegantly they niny bo furnished, no mnttcr how many thousands have been spoilt in plushes, brocades ot laces, 11 tliey do not rivlt tho spectator's eyo solely upon tho stage picttuc they aro tlollcient In ono great pnitlculnr. Thcntilcnl man agers too often neglect this point, but decorative aitlsts of tho htglie3t diss recognio its impoitnuco nt once. Tliero Isyct another lcnnlromcnt which must bo hoi no in tho mind of tho draper of tho hot.s, Tho drapings must bo in perfect harmony with tho decora tion of tho theatre. Thu general tone ofthehouso must be legardetl. Tito Hist two lequircmcnts might bo satis factorily fttllllled mid yet u fnlluto ro suit (n this third patticulnr. A violent continsl between tho boxes and tho decoration of tho house would jar upon thu sensibilities of every poison of cul turo present. Tliny must scorn jiait of ono hurmoniotrt whole oven wlillo ser lng thiTr own puilciilnr mil Individ mil put pose. They must blend so to sjicnk, into tho chnineter of tho schemo ul interior ilvcoiiillon. When tills Is done nnd tho functions of tlto boxes In the other pnrllculius aro regarded then a pel feet Mtcccss can bo recorded. Tho Washington eorrespondont of the St. I.ouls lUpvbUcan says lint Mr. l'nds missed a eiy piolltable engago niint this tail by delaying just n little bit loo long in accepting the offer ma lo him to go to llinll Id asKt tho gov ernment enginccis In preparing plans for liver Improvements;. Tho Km pcior, l)om I'edto, Is n greit admliur of Mr. trails, nnd at his lustam'ti the government sent lilmnii tinieut luvlta tlon last Hilling to visit Jlrall. .Mr. :ails was In poor health at tho tlmu nnd his business engagements were not of n untuto to permit n protracted ab miico from thlscountty, so that ho was forced to decline the Invitation. As his health Impioved very much during tho Minimer tho oveitures were again re newed and ho was dually olTorcd $M, (iLO to mako u tilp to Hull, whiuli was not to occupy him more than el,'ht wteks alKvetlier timing September and October. This proposition wii3 taken under coiisideiatlon. nnd about Soptom btr 1 liu notiiled tho Hinillan lontlon Hint ho would uci-opt tho oll'ei. A tolu giiim wiiHnt open sent to llnill, but a reply enmo from Hie homo government lcgitttlng Hint Hie iicccnHnco eimu too late lielloviiig ho did uol intend lo nt t ept, u coiitincl hud been t losed with a distinguished Dutch engineer u uno 1 C idlniid. "'Mm pleasures nntl palacos tliouli wo uuij roiini, bolt ever so hiunhlc." Iheiu's no ciictlllc forpalu llKoSaU.itlon Oil. I'rlco 'Si tents a bottle, Tin: iluost nssoituiont of parlor suites up holstered In till, nml Mohair plushes at tho lowest in Ices, llriltlmrlli's Odd-Follows' Hull. IV Miaou svws xorrs. Tho strikers nt 8. Hlddlo it Sons' cot ton mills, Chester, l'cnti., after a week's Idleness, liao returned to work nt thu old wnges. A fierce prize, fight of twolvo rounds wits fought cm n Mcamboitnl Pittsburg trtst lilgbt, between Ted Hojlo of Philadelphia ot.d Jim Donnelly of I'lttsbitrg. Ilojle won. Theodora Tliomns will proditco (lou nod's oinlorlo ".Mors tt Vita" for tho first tlmu In America nt St. Louis on l'rldiy nluht by bis oichcstrn nnd n chorus of r,'J7 olces, Tl.eilry cothls sloro of Jtabrny, John son ot Co., iSston, Pa., was seized yester day to satisfy executions ntnoiintlii? to $lll,CCO. 'Iho assets nmount to about 0,((0. Klghtylodgeow cio represented at Cleve land, Ohio, jesteidny, nt thu celebration of tboseentccntlinnnlersarv nf tho organ Iriition ot Ihu Ancient Order of United Workmen. About sixty representatives of tho whisky iiintiiifr.ctiirliig Interest of tho coun try nut jceteidny nt Chicago for tho pur pose of rcorgaulrlng tho old pool or form ing n new one. John lluford, son of William Ittiford, a wcll-tudo farmer, living eight miles from HhclbjWIle, .Mo., shot Id! father on Moiidn, liilllctlng a wound from which ho died hi a few hours. Tho (ItiutlerHtccl Works of tho Clin lirlft Iron Company, at Johtistntwi, Pa., hnvo been oidcrcd closed for nil Indefinite period after Saturday. I'ho hiiudiod men nro dlicctl) alTectcd. Considerable excitement prevails at Chtco, Cnl., o tr tho discovery that tho Into nppoliitmcnt ot a postmaster of that city wns ohtnlmd through a tr.nlulcnt petition sent to Wnshlngtou. Dr. Samuel fl. Aimor, ono of tho best known medical professors of Now York and dean of tho faculty of Long Island Col lego Hospital, died jestcrdny in llrookljn of pncumonln nml npoploxy, In thoenso ot Curtain Me Lane, sen tenced to bo hanged In Mlftlii County, I'n., for murder, tho paulou lioard has lecom uicntled a commutation ot tho death sen tence to Imprisonment lor lire. President Cotcllo of thu Coal Miners' Association of Pittsburg Is contemplating thoadUsnblllty of calling n convention of rnlhoad diggers for next week to demand nu ndvnticu hi tho prtco ot mining. Peter rriuikcnbnch of Chicago, III., recently president of tho Kappcs Turnl ttiro Manufacturing Company, and Nicolas Simon, lately tmasurcr of tho sanio corpo ration, have been arrested on charccs ot arson mndo by l'lro Inspector Morris Shay. Tho Amcrlcnn Church Sunday-school Institute, In session nt Philadelphia, yester day elected ns president Itlght ltov. Win. Uncoil Stevens of remiss 1 aula, nnd ltov. Campbell l'nlr, 1). 1)., of tho Church of tho Ascension, lkiltlmore, n member of tho ex ecutive committee. About ono hundred nnd fifty feet nf the bildga ot tho l'lcasantvlllo and Atlantic City Turnpike Company, nt Atlantic City, fell In jestcrday afternoon wlillo about llfly pcoplo wero on It. Many of them wcro thrown Into tho water, but, fortunately, nono w ere drow ned. A special to tho Chattanooga Timet from Gadsden, Ala., reports a shooting af fray between Major J. It. Wiley and J. I). Young, two prominent citizens of (ladsdcti. Young met Wiley on tho stieet and slapped his fncc. Hot Ii (frow- pistols and eight shots w cro fired. Young received a wound in thu thigh. lteporls received from ten counties In Now 'i ork by tho Woman's Sitftrago Con-n-ntlon at Albany show-that a 1nrgu number of w omen w 111 attempt to volo nt tho oleo tlon next Tucsdaj. Nearly fifty women presented themselves at tho leRlsteilng j.lacesat Itbnea, nnd requested to bo regis tered ns soters. Kmplojers nt Montreal, Quebec, con tlnuo to refuse employ incut to persons without certificates of vnacluntlon, and tin demand for certificates Is consequently btlsk. Fortj-lwo now enses ot smallpox wcro s ended on Monday. Ovid Cornell was fined $111 jesteiday for tc.ulng down n smallpox placard. 'Iho plnns tor the Canadian Theological College nt Homo ha o bet u prepared. T ho building will cost $'.00,000, and will bo lo cat(d on tho "Corso." 'Iho 1'opoh.is con sccrntcd tho work, nnd Iho Urltlsh (lovcrn ment has confeued upon It Its especial piotcctlou. It is expected tint tho collcgo will bo completed hi tuoycius. Iho American School of Opera will bo opened In New Yoik within sixty dijs. l'atko Godwin was c6terday chosen presi dent, Auetust Uelmout, lce-prcsldcnt, and Hlehnrd IrUn. Jr.. treasurer. Mrs. 1' 11. 'Ibuiber will bo chairman of tho executive committee. Mons. J, lloulry ot Ilrusscls will bo piofessorot opera in tho school. Tho Jewish Ministers' Association of Amcilca, hi session hi lkiltlmore, yesterday ndopted a resolution to hold a Mendelssohn celebration on the -1th of Jnnuary, lSsd. Ad dicsscs will bo dellcicd on tho life of Mendelssohn In tho synagogues on tint day mid on tho following Sihbath tho tblldieu will bo addressed on tho samo sub ject. Iho coloicd Stalo fnh nt .Tncksoti,Mlss., wns declared open jestcrday bv Governor Low cry in a bilcf speech, In which ha paid a tribute to tho piogress of tho colored race, and complimented II. K. llrucc, tho colored ex-Uultcd States Senator, who wns also pieicnt. An allusion to tho peaceful nnd nappy relations between the two races was nppinttdcd. Samuel C. Seliacffcr. a well-known real cstato ngeut of Kansas City, who has been on trial for three weeks there, chnrired with defrauding Jobti J. lllalr, a capitalist of lllnlrstown, N. J., of a largo nmount of money, wns found guilty last night, the jury llxltiK tho sentence ut eight years hi thu penitentiary. A motion for a new trial will bo argued I hursday. Articles of Incorpointloii of tho Tuxedo Park Association wcro llled In Now York yesterday. Among tho Incorporators is l'lt rro Lorlll.ird, jr. '1 ho objects aro to pro cure lands mid waters for thu purpose of breeding mid preserving irnmo and llsli and foi rccitntivo purposes in Mouroo ami Ham upo, Now York fctnle. Tho capital stock of tho association Is $500,000. At I'muisWIIp, lud., In ncasowhero tho Hell Telephone Company had refused to furnlih telephones upon applications made by merchants with whom tho agents of tho company were not on irood teiius, Jtidgu (inrielt has decided that this Is not Just giouud for refusal; that tho telephone com pany Is bound by the laws go cluing com mon carrleis to mako no discrimination bo tw ecu tho dllTcrcr.t applicants. Tho widow of General Grant has been gteatly grieved mid pained In-tho publlo dlscustlon of the domestic affalis of her dnuchtcr, Mrs, Sartoilr. TUal'ttllic I.elptr ut Philadelphia Is authorized to say that all it ports to the effect thai Mis. Surtorts has applied or ( ontcmplatea applying for dl oico or separation fioin her husband nro entirely without foundation and cruel wounds to her feelings. A dlspalch from St. .Johns, N. K., R.iys: "A grent storm raged oil tho coi6t ot Iabradorou tho litis Inslant, doing Im menso dnmngu nuiong thu llshlug fleet entheied thtro. i'.lglity esscls wcru wrecktd and ut least scuuity men ot thu trews of tho Ncssels w el o lost. Two thou sand persons nru now ashore In a destitute condition. Stuiuicis will bo Immediately dispatched from Halifax to tho scene of Iho dlmttci with provisions, clothing and other comfiuts for Iho castaways." i'lictM About (liti lillil. A healthy child Is a Joy In the house. A sick nnd feeble child U n constant worry. '1 ho dltenst s w lileh attat k tho child aro those chiefly width attack tho dlgestlvu organs and thu blood, brown's Iron Hitlers nets gently but ponerfulh on those, restoring the child to health and igoi. It Is n pleas ant iiKilleliio to take, and thu eblldieu under Its use will gain strength in every portion of the body. I'liAMt IloMfcrt. eoloiid, a track hand on tli Washington, Ohio tfc Western It ill I mil, was kllltd by a train oulh.it ronl yus tiultiy morning, near Vlttiti i. Tho IIojn' Itrptii'li.-it'iie 1b a tnnlii finturo of our establishment, 'll;c rtasou of its popul.uity, wo chargu no fumy pi In s foi rtllablo and etyll-h goo Is A polo iupglLii with eieiy suitor (Her eout, rittumn Ilros . cor. 7th it; II. "Alderiicy IJnlry Wirjmnv" Viesli AIdeint butter, cliiirued nverv miiinlng and delhered in 1 lb "Waul" prints, lOe. per lb, Also cottage, cheese, iutlcrmllk mid sweet uillk, Cc. per qt. Cicmii, 15c. per pint. south WAsmsarox I'miitls L. Itclchcrt, a former saloon keeper on Seventh street, between IS nnd V sli eels southwest, wns fined $'J0 In tho Police Court jestcrday on n technicality forselllni: liquor on Sunday, Somo moullis atro Helch eittnld out bis business to lilsson-ln-law, J, Moi.ojhaii, but neglected lo transfer tho II censo In his sou-ln-inw's mime. Last Sun day Ofllcer Mnlloy obtained a enso mjahist Monoj ban for violating tho Sunday liquor law nml procured n warrant mnliut him. When tho case wns called for trial thocotln sol for tho dcfctiso claimed tint tho llccnso wns In tho namn of tho former proprietor wlio was rcsponslhlo for tho lolatton. 1 ho Court sustained tho point nnd imposed tho usual fluo on Itclchcrt which was promptly paid, Ofllcer John Harry of tho police forco, wlio lins been coiillncd to his homo tho past fUo weeks from it severe Illness, has ro cmcicd sufficiently to bu out again. Ho wns nt the station this morning, but will not report for duly for sccrnl dnjs. Tho firing heard from tho Arsenal this morning wns tho quarterly firing drill of Light flattery C, Third Artillery, under command of Gcucrnl I'.dward it. Warner. Mr. Gcorrjo II, Schnfer, n promlnont citi zen of Port .Madison, Iown, who lias been slopping with his friend, Charles 3. Prlco. ISO Sociilh street southwest, for several dnjs past, left for his homo this morning. A Trim Nttirj' With n Very lliippy ISiidluic. Such Is tho story of Topping, tin .Market street tnllor, wlio was poor nnd Is rich; who bought a fifth ot n Louisiana Stato Lottery ticket coupon for ono dollar and won n for tune Inst month. It Is said that Topping has forsaken Iho scenes that ho formerly liautitcdjtlint tho paths ho trod nowknow lilin no more. M'licro Is Topping? Has Iio re turned to tho laud where Prlnco Illsmarck rules nnd whero tho American hog Is un known? It Is hinted that Topping lias gono to lslthls fatherland nnd to tliero as tonish tho natives with graphic accounts ot how fortunes havo been mado by Callfor nlnnslmcstltiglii Louisiana Slato Lottery tickets, San 1'ianclsco (Cal.) Chronicle, Sept. ia. hist n'Asin.xciTox. Mr. W. 11. Itcj nobis and Miss Joslo V. l'lstorlo wcro quietly married at tho parson ngc of St. Peter's Church, on Capitol Hill last evening. Only tho Immediate filcuds of tho contracting parties were present. A prlvnto ccicmony was agreed upon becauso of illness in tho family of tho bride. After n wedding reception tho young couplo left for their future homo In Colorado. Mr. W. A. Henderson, tho builder, is crectlna; four two-stoiy nnd cellar brick dwelling houses at tho corner of I'ourth nnd (1 streets southeast, Hitch will cost 0,500. Tho 8-Inch steel gun wns mlscd Into posi tion In tho baltcry-houso to-day. It Is to bo tested next week. Tw o arrests In ISast Washington yoster day. A water main Is to bo laid on O street, between Seventh and LMglith streets south east. XV v tire Clothiers, and carry a stock Hint cntbraccs everything that Is now. ISIseniau llros., cor. 7th it IS. A VcrNiitllt) .linn. Addison Day Is a vcrsatllo colored man. Ho has been engaged In tbo business ot nu undertaker for a period of j cars, and wlillo conducting this business ho has been lined $'.'.")' for carry Ing on tho business of n p iwn brokcr, and to-day ho was convicted ot keeping n bar without a license nnd lined $105 for tills. Keep-" K Dollar SlilrtM beats them nil. Keep's, 137 Soventhst. n. w. A Tennc8co man enn so perfectly linttato tho sounds mndo by two dogs engnged In fighting that ha enn call n Memphis congre gation out of chinch in tbrco minutes. MriutiTT A Wood, successors to Davis, 0S5 Pennsylvania avenue, excel In lino pbo togrnplis; their work Is simply perfection. No ono should visit Wushlngtoii without calling nt this gallery. Iscr(,iirt Debilitated Jlfon, You aro allowed afitttrlatof thirty dai of thnusnof Dr. Djo'i Celebrated Yoltalo llelt with Elcttrlo bupcnsory Appliances, for tho spetdy relief nnd permanent euro of Nervous Ifebllity, loss of Vitality and Manhood nnd all kindred troubles. Also for many other dis eases, t'oinplttorcstointlon to health, vizor and manhood guaranteed. Nn risk Is In (lured. Illustrated pamphlet, with full In formation, terms, etc., mailed free by addres sing Yoltalo licit. Co., Marshall. Mich. 719 719 E. G. DAVIS 719 Market Space. TRIMMINGS. Wo Invito tho attention of buyers tothn Largest and most l.loiMiit lino of DltllSS nnd CLOAK THl.MMtMi', over offered In this market. It would bu ii long story to tell you (.fall wo hnvo In this Department. Ourns milmoiit of FEATllElt TltblMl.NOS Is unsur passed. Wo havu llioin fiom HTutoStOpor yard. IT'H TltlMVIl.Nl.S hi great variety, and nil t holco goods. In Chenlllu nmlTnpo Pi luges ami Marabouts wo tan show fifty different stjlts. all now, among them manvnovoltles. Moss Trimmings In nil colois. Wo buy only fiom ii Habit) innniifnctiuors, consequently our styles mid prices ure correct. VELVETS. I.lnonf nincknml Colore.1 VISI.VISTH com pute, and 1'rltes Lower than thoy havo over bveuoflered. BUTTONS. If von want to see handsome lllTTONSIn liicslstlblubtjles unit tolorlngs, spend a few ineir.ents at our Ilutton Counter. NEW DEPARTMENT. Our IINHN DISPAUT.MISNT, though less tliiin ii immtli old. Is nu Assured Success, nnd glowing In poiiuliiilty dally T.iblo Linens, Napkins, 'lowels, Do) lies, tTushes, rnnej'Ta iile t'uvi'is, Sjplnslitrs, tie. uf ev ery needed kind. 'I he, o goods urofiesh, st)lesnuwaml pritcs attractive. BLAOK GOODS. 1 odles In want of HI ACK UItlS (lOODS or Mlil'lt.NING HOODS of any destrlptlon will do will to examine our stock. We mako a mini!) of HIhiIi Dies (loods, and can suit tlie most fasti HniiH. Wo luvo HI.ACIC J1SII tlAH III hi st makes. SPECIAL BARGAINS. .Tut leeched a largo lot of handsotno roil Duthtss Laeii IVhrlnes nt Job iirUe. You can bii Hit in t ry ( heap Wo mention onu iiiiin lir vvm Hi SIHat S'irs). Dun'tinlssthem. Wo have baigilus also In real Duchess l.aeos, Ilaudkeithltfs, rioiiutliis, tte. EMBROIDERIES, 1 nccs, Millions, Nets, Veilings, Nook liuf lllni.s, Kid mid Cashmero liluves, Uaudker il.lifs, Minis, Ilvtrmts, 1'uucy Ooods and Niitli.usln git-.it variety, at E. &. BAYIS' 719 Market SpacG. Cor, Eiglitli St CLOTHIritl. Our Stack This Sisoii Is Excoptlonnlly Attrnctlvo and fully up to our Higli Standard ot WHILE OUIl LOW PRICES Aro mairtninod in ovory De partmont, comprising every thing, with tho oxcoption of Hats and Shoes For Boys and Men. B.RoMnson&Co Clothing and Furnishings, UOO l'eniiHj Unnln Axciiiio X. XV. All the Leading Makes or- UNDERWEAR ron Men and Boys, and Sold as Cheaply as at any other establishment in the country, can he found 909 Perina. Ave. JUbT in:ci:ivisi) a tini: lini: or Men's and Boys' Clothing At prices Hint will defy competition Men's Cnsslmoro Milts, from ?) up; Men's Oicrcn its, from ? 1.50 to $W. Child's Overtoats, ago 3 to X, for $ land up; Hnvs' Overcoats, ago 11 to IS, from$5iipwnrds; Ifojs' bults, ngottnlJ, SI mid SI, up; lloja' sehool Suits, ago 10 toll, SJ.50 to 8V, our 15n Undershirts and Drawers hard In beat. Hoss' -'3o Mihts. 2Jo l'olo Cups, 60c. Kuool lints; our SI Misses' and Hoys1 hclionl shoes, solid; liSo. lied I'lannel fhtrts and Drawers; good hats for Wo. nnd $1; llojs' Single l'nntsonly Wo. telling Clitnp for Cash at SBLBT'S, 1814 AND 101C I'ISXN. AVE. Tailor, k 3Sr:n.-t:fcL S-b. CHL.O TH I 3ST o. H. 3D. BABB, 1111 l'JINN. AVUNUll, Winter Overcoatings antl Snitiues Of my own Importation, nowrecclvcd. Gentle men, please call, Inspect and lenvo your or ders at tho I eadlng Tailoring ISstnbllshmant of Washington, Host Goods. Host Trim mings. Nono but tlrst-class workmen em ployed at 1111 Pennsylvania Avcnuo. ZEtL. XD. -SuIE.JtrC Importer and Tailor. Something lew. Broadway Diaginal Over coats. Hluo and Hi own, f-ack and Surtout, Lined mid Worsted Lined. Silk E. B. BARNUM & CO 031 Ponnn. Avonuo. J. ROOHON, Cortoruu llulldlug. ITItbl'CLASS Hull Dnwsei' ITtOM l'Mtls. llraneh Oflleo. 01J lllhst n w New 1'iont l'letu- The t-elf Dressing USB COKE For Generating Steam. Tor Cooking Vurpoeos. Fur Heating by furnnco. Tor heating by Latrobc. For Open Orates, HJs Easily Ignited. It Makes n Quick, Hot l'lro. It Does Not Hum Out tho (Irate, It Is Economical. It Will Pay to Try It. FOIl BALK UY Till'. Washington Gaslight Com'y. 40 Hushels, Crushed $.1 70 a llutlicls, Crushed '.' M in llushels. Not Ciushed... - - (x '.'3 Hiuhcls, Not Ciushed 4 00 cerDellvercd to Any l'urt of Washington or Cicorgetown. Quality, B.ROBIIOMGQ.'S KJltSMIilvkHi Something ubout Folt Hnts, Children's Trimmed Hats nnd Pattern Hots and Bonnets. Notvvlthslnndlng the fact Hint wo (nrry tho largest stock nnd nro lining tho lnritinl btislniss, woiiroiteslrniisof still further Increasing It, Wo havo therefore iidilod all I ho Newtsl nnd most rnshlonnblu Htvles ol French eltl& Wool Felts In I. uillcs', .VI Ism's' and Children's Sizes. Also BIRDS, WINGS, VELVETS, RIBBONS, LACES AND PLUSHES, KING'S PALACE. Wondorful Display of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Wraps ! Wo offer splendid tent Plush Coats nt Ja). Sit, $X, $!M nnd S). Wo nlso tell elegant Newmarkets, Iliislin Circulars nnd VWtes from ?1 (o Sit. Aneligant lino of llavt locks mid Misses' Newmarkets at $1. SI. S3 nnd $). fur Trimmings nml Collnrsnt lowest prices, Woilcslrotocall journttentlon to tho King's I'nlaco l-biitton (llovo forTDconH. Sold clscvv hero for SI. W. Wo offtr nn clegnnt stock of Children's lints and lllonticts, Merino Drosses nml Cloaks. Call and examine our Special Bargains in All Depart ments This Week. KING'S PALACE 814 Seventh Street Northwesb. CARsAIRS,4KW enrt1 Ar,TavtstrVrt.iwst J. W. BARNES, PIANOS. VV- vwtvw ANNOUNCEMENT. Ennders & Ptayman beg to announcotlio opening of their New Piano and Organ. Warcrooms, 0.11 1' street n. w Oct. 1, 1S3.3, at width tlmu thoy will display nn elegant as sortment of tho World-Ucnow ned Decker Bros, Pianos and Estey Organs. Also tho Celebrated Fischer and Estey Pianos, Instruindits sold on Monthly I'aymcnts, nlso l'or llent, nt low rntes. Timing nnd Itcpalrlng a Specialty. Second Hand I'lanos mid Organs at llargafns, Jlr. .laivls Duller, thu distinguished organ 1st, w HI bo In chargu nf Wushlngtoii rooms. SANDERS &STAYMAN, 1G N. CHAltLUS' ST., 03 1 r STltr.CT N. w. Daltlinorc, .Mil. Washington, D. C. sc3l 3m H&E&HLD xittfa N I BIL18 & CO., No. 937 Pa. Ave, N. W. PIANO-FORTES. I'licqiuilcd In Tone, Toiieli, Work inniisilili mill lliirnlitlity. SECOND-HAND PIANOS, At All Trices. PIANOS FOR RENT. Wm. Knabe & Go S17 3IAIIKI'.T NIMCi: W. G. METZEROTT & CO., 003 rennsylvanla Avenue, second door west of Ninth street, fa' I.K AGENTS FOK Ohiokeringnud James & HoLuiBtrom CI.OUP1I ANDWAltllllN OHGANS, And all MUSICAL INaTRUMESTS. WASHING BLUrl. .A. 3E HI :FL I O - 3ST BALL BLUE. BEST WASHING BLUE It U Nut I'olsiiiiinis, Tvids modelling; of Wnsli mid (lives It ulllel, (Hi,, '10 HE HAD OP Yill'lt (iltOCHU. A.MIIIIK'AN I Mil WIAltlNIl Nn. 53 Vluldell I. line W(lltU N. V. KEEP'S SHIRTS, m SEVENTH STHF.1U' N. W. O. P. BURDETTE, bOLK AGI.NT PlAiMOS. CK Firm Representative. BOOTS ANDJH0ES. FALL SHOES. Now-lsthotlmo to look about for tho right place to buy our 1'all and Winter blioes. In Ladies' Shoes our stock embraces everything deslrablo In stvlo and quality to which vvu uru weekly nudlng new lines. In Misses' and Children's wo havo tho best makes for wear and com fort. To our Men's Shoes wo call your special attention. If yon want nlltrHMIOi: wo li.no 1 Ino 1'renih Kid Congress nnd Ilutton. Fine iintent Leather Congress and I. ico l'luo l'n nth Calf Congress Laco and Ilutton, all of tho best makes Hut thuehooth.it tnlkn for stylo, comfort, perfect lit unit good wenr Is our line mlr, sewed. In evcrystylo, Including tho WAL'KUN I'HAbTnt S'i, tho best shoo for thu money that enn be sold. DAL10N & STRICKLAND, ll.'.t) I'ciinn. Avenue. One-Price Shoe Store. gjjft A. L. r?AZELT0N, fltt 4!J3 hevenlli Street, Cnder Odd fellows' Hall. V. C Hurt's I'lno fchoes for Ladles a specialty. 4-.;Xi 10th St. .V. IV. I,'J7 l'n. Arc. Kast. I hnvo n lot of l'lno Shoes, my own miko, tnnt I will sell nt a bargain (ilvo inn a trial Efyt'niiltiil Tickets only S3. 1'rlo 7.1,)0I).!EJ Shares in Troportlon. crw& tiaj? itfar K- Hi s. fit ,4, Louisiana State Lottery Co. raiigimfntt forall the Monthly and Stml An muil Unliving of the LouMana State latum ComjifinyanillniHiton uuuuitje nnd contiolth fllfiu tngs thtumiia, anil that the fame tn e con ductal tilth hoxtttn, full nm uiitltinjont faith touard all jtarthg, and u authorize the Com jianyto vtetht cutlltcate. ulthfac-elmllea of our tlrjnatmet attached. In ti adiei tUemtiilt," y Commissioners. Incorporated In lscs tor 95 years by tho LogMitttuo for Educational nnd Charltabla purposes, with a capital of Sl,(),00i), to w lileh u reserve fund of over SMO.oiX) bus slneo beou tiddtd. liy an overwhelming popular vote Its fran ihlse wasmaduuiuirt of tho present statu Constitution, adopted Decembci i, A. 1) IST'J. 'iho onlv lAitltiy ever voted on and en dorsed by Iho pcoplo of any Stato. IT NEVEH SCAIXS Oil POSTPONES. Itsllramt Single Number Drawings take place monthly. A splendid opjmrtunlty to win n fortune ElevinthOrand (liawlug, l las!,. lutho Aead riny of Sliisli . New Orleans. Tuesday, Novem Lcr 10, IMS lNith Monthly Hruvvlng. Capital Prize, $75,000. 1oo,rooThkttsnt rivo Dollars Each. Fractions, In Fifths, hi pniortluu. LIST OF PHIZES. 1 CAPITAL PHIZE 75,000 IHU lO.lltK) l.'.Oili) 10.OW 1(1,010 10,el im) 'U.unu avxn) M.OOO x 1) ' "s A R""TfSsrA,!fs "TmBSSI N LVTl'JVW m n Siv' LeaJa 00f3 do do $,(Kti) . . ' ( l,l0 . ... MX) AH 11X1 til . . . ' . l t IIOX1MATION PHIZES. 0 A, 1 iolin.ittiin Prises of $?.W . u do do IM . 0 do do SW .. 0,7V) I.VO S,8V) 1 is 1 1 !( s amounting to $J'15,YU M i luiiti.,11 Itr rules to clubs shuilhl bo n ml. ul) to the uOlcoot the Company In New tir'. tn - s. i I url her Information vrlte clearly, giving full iiddiess 1'OSTAL MVl'l'.s, Kxpross, M, ,iiiv orders nr New York Exehimgu la urdl mi) hlii i Cuireney hv Expru. (all sums of $j uud upwuids at our exiaiisei uddieosud M A. DAUPHIN, Now Orleans. Male 1'. 0. Jloscy Orders Payable and Adilress llcgisteied ieitcrslo NIIW OltLEANS NATION I. HANK, Now Orleans, Ut. LOUISIANA NATIONAL HANK, Now Orleans, I.t, STATU NATIONAL HANK, Nuw (irltans, Ui GEIIMAN1A NATIONAL 11VNK Nevv Orleans, Ui 1 do 1 do -' PHIZES 01' n do 10 do a.) do 100 do 3M1 do Ms) do 1.IX.VJ do KAILII0ADS. A-W..V 'pilll Ulll-AT PENNSYLVAMIA ROUTE. 10 THK ftUIITtl, ITlJlTAMfSmiTHtVSST. Donllt.K TllUR, Ht'I.EVUID SOKWKIIV. STtLLllAH.M. MOSlH BNTKJlUIPME.Nl'. , in Errrrr wTimiiii ,1, lh8-. Trains leave S twliltigton from station, corner of Sixth and H streets, ns rollowt Vor 1'lttsbiirg nnd thu West. ( hlnigo Limited Kxircssof ralacoHlceiiliigt'arntl..Vln. m. (laflv; l'nt I liif, II Mi a.m. dally to Clticln mill mid SI li'ils, wdh Sleeping rrs from llmrlsburgio ( Inrlniuill ami Hotel Car to M IjjuIs; ilnllv, uxient Snturdav, to Chicago, with Hhcplng Car AltiHini to I htu.igo. Cnl cugonnd ( Inclnnntl Hxpress at 7:10 p. m. dally, with sleeping Cars Washington to Chi engonnd Ihtrrlsburg to liiilsrllle; connect. Ingnt llnrrlsburgwIthWostern Kxpross with thioughsltipersfnr ht. Louis I'.tultlo l'.. pres, Kin in. dally for I'llUburg an I tlu Wist, villi through sleipcr llnrrlfbnrg tj llivrhiml nnd Chhago llALiniUUU AI'OIOMAOKAIIitlOAD. l'or Krle, t iinnndalgun, Hoi hestcr, Iliiffnlo, Nlsgnrn. 10 p m dnlly, except Hal in day, with I'alniolar Washington to lloehostor. l'or Wllllaiiisinrt, loeli llnven and Clmlra, nt H 10 a m dully, eet-,t Sunday. For New York biuI thu Hast, 7:ir,, 8M(l nnd 11 n, m !, . Ill p m mid lliiir, night, on Biniilay. H to n m,'i, 1, Kip. m. nnd lttitn night. Ilmltod 1 xpnss of 1'iillman I'nrlor Curs I) III a. m d illy, except Sunday. lor Hoston without change, at,, m overydar. l'or llrookljn.N.V .nil thromili trains eounoi t nt. Itrsey ('liy with boats of llnxiklyn Annus;, nfrordlngdlreit transfer to I'ulton street, nvoldliigiloublo ferrlao across Now York city. For rhllndelphln. 7:ir. 8 no and lln. m,'J, 4, II, Ki j,, in, and ltl.ia night, on Sunday. H 3(1 n. in . U, I, (1, 1(1 ii. m. nnd liliin night. Limited Uxpress, U.1U a, in. dnlly, oxecut Hiindnv. rorllnltlmore, 1135, 7:15, 8 30, n-IO. 11:00 a. m.. ia or,,u. t, 1:2.-., tiio.ii, 7:10, ii) p. m. nnd 12:1 r, night. On Sunday, 8 'io. u lo, 1 1 n, m , 2, !, ll, 7:10, Kin. m. nnd 12.15 nluht. l'or Hope's Creek Lino, 7:15a. m., and -1:10 p. tn. dally, en ept Sunday. For Annniolls, 7:15 a. m., 12 03 nnd -1 -25 p. m dally, cxccptHiinday. OnHunday I p. m ALCXANDIUA A FIlEUIJIllaltHUtfua UVIL WAY AND AI.KXVNDIIIA JS WAaU INUTO.N UAILItOAD. For Alexandria, t), 7, Ufa, 11:01 nnd 11-.1S n, in , 2 (r, 1:2(1, 1: 15. ll.lM, b.o1) and 11:37 p. m Onsundny at (I, 0 20, 11:01 n. m., 8-or, p, m. For lllthmond nnd tho Houtli, (1 nnd 11-01 b. m dally and 1,15 p in. dally, oxcrptfiunilay. Trains leave Alexandria for Washington (1 o , B, 111, Kl Kin. m 1, !1 0.1, 3-2,1, 5:10, 7.0 nnd 11:3.', p. in nnd 12:11) midnight, oxcept Mondny. On Sunday at H and lo 10 a. m., 7 05 nnd 11:35 p. m. nnd 12:10 night. Tickets nnd Information at tho olUco. north enst corner of Thirteenth street and I'cnnsy lvanln nveiiue, nnd nt tho station, whero or ders can bo left for tho chocking of baggago to destination from hotels and rosldoncos. ciiah. i:. I'lioii, j, n. wood, Oent rnl Jlnnnger. Pen. I'nssenger Agent. BALTIMORE &J0HM RAILROAD. bCHEHUI.t! IN KFl'IlCT SUNDAY, JIAY 3. Ib85, UNTIL 1'UltTHEll NOTICE. Lenvo Wnhlngt on from Station, corner Now Jersey nvenuo nnd O street. lor Chlcngo, lo a. m, nnd 10:10 p. m. dnlly. Iho K) a. tn Is n Fast Limited Express to I'lttshurg nnd Chlcngo, arriving In I'lttsbnrg nt7:.'lt)i. ra., Chicago noxt morning at ti 5". No extra faro Is charged on this train for fast tlino. For Cincinnati, Ixmlsvlllo nnd St. Loulsdnlly nt 3 30 p. m.nnd 10:10 p. m with through toiieues nun riunio aieetaug cars to nbovo lKilnts without change. si.'Mip. m. train Is a last limited train lo Clnclnnutl nnd St Louis, nrrlvlnc In Clncirmntl next morning nt 7:15, St. Louis () 3ti p. in. Noextra faro Is charged on this train for fast tlmu. Tor I'lttshurg at It) n. m., with Tarlor Car, nnd 0:10 p. m. daily to l'lttsburg, Cleveland nnd Detroit, with sleeping ears to l'lttsburg. For llnlllmoro on week days 5, (1:1(1, (1I0, 7:10, Hill) nml 1(1 in n. m 12:1(1, 1:25, 3:15 (15 mlnutu train), 3.30, 1:30, 1:10,5:10,0:10. 7,H.25nndll p in For llaltlmoro on Sundays-n:10, 7:30, 8 30 nnd KM)-, n. m., 1.25, i:Ju,3.:iu, 1:10,5:10, 11-10.7.8.23 and 11 i. m For imlnts on thu Shenandoah Valloy Hall road and points South, t)-25 n. in nnd ICIO p. in dally 1)25 a. m. train his Pullman Sleeper from Wnshlnitton to Now Orloans. For Annapolis, o lo a. in. and 12:10 and 4::'(lp. m.; on Sunday. S.30 a. m. and -1:10 p. in I or way stations betwocn Washington and H.iltlmorc, 5. (l:l(). 8 3(1 a. m.. 12-K), 3.J0, 4:10,7nntl 11 p. m. On Sundays. 8.30 a. ni., -3(i, 3 HO, 1:10, 7 and 11 p. m. Forstntlons on Jlctrotiolltnu llraneh. 7:25 a. m. and 11:15 P. m. dally, except Sunday, nnd 6.30 p. m. dally: 1:111 p. in. dally, otcept Sunday, for lrluelpal slntlons on Stetropolltan llraneh; B Hi u. m dally on Sundny stops nt nil sta tions; for I exlngton, Staunton and Valloy Ilrnutli, 8:10 a. in. dallv, except Sunday; for Fridcrlck, 8:I0a. ra t: 10 p. m. dally, except Sundny. J'or local stations between Washington and Oalthcrsbtirg, 12.J0 p. m. dally, oxcept Snn day. For llagcrttown and Winchester, 8:10 n. m. dnl!),uMipt Sunday, and 5 till p. m. dally to llngerstown; dally, except bundr-y, to Win chester. Trains nrrlvo from tho West dally, 0, 7:20 a. m.l 15. II HO p.m. Fiom Annnpolls, 8-30 a. ni. and 1:50 nnd 5.25 p. m. : sundny, J (I 35 u. m. nnd (1 35 p. m. irnin Lexington, 5 30 p.m. dally, oxcept buuday. 1 roin Frederick and intermediate points, 8 :.ti u. m. and 8.13 p. m. dally, oxcept sun dnv. Trnlns lenvo Baltimore for Wnshlngton nt B-10, (I :'.(), 7 20. 1), o in nnd 10 30 a. m., 12:15, 2 3(). ii, 1, I 20, 5, (I :io. 8, t) nnd 11 p. m. On ftiiiiunys. ii ou, , -u, i, nti'iuo,') a ra., IMO, 2 :io, f '.'(), 5, 0.30. 8, ll and 11 p. m. All tnilns from Washington stop at Relay Station, except 1-25, 3:13 and 0.10 p. m. For further Information apply at tho Haiti reoro & Ohio ticket oflleo Washington Sta tion, (110 mid 1351 l'Limn avo .corntrof 1 1th St., w hi reorders will bo taken for baggagu to bo checked nnd received nt nny point In tho city. O. K. L(JItl), 0. 1'. A., ll DUNHAM. Pen. Man , llaltlmoro. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY (LEAVE II. AF. DEPOT. SIXTH ANDBSTS.) 7UJOA.M For nil way stations, Lovlngton, Ky , Louisville, Clnclnnutl, Columbus, St. Louis. Dally oxcept Sunday. 1 1 A 51 For Nownort News, Old Point Com fort mid Norfolk. Dally except Sunday. B18O F. M For Loulsvlllo, Clnclnuatl, St Louis nnd Chicago, connecting for all points West, Northwest and Southwest: fust express dally: does not stop for looal business- through Pullman sen lco to Loulsv lllu and Cincinnati. For tickets and Information apply nt C. & O Hallw a olllce, rjlil Pennsylvania avenue, undtr National Hotel; Va. Midland Hallway ofilte, 1)01 Pennsylvania avenue, and 11, XI'. Station. II. W. FULLUH, General 1'asseuger Agent. C. W. faMlTII, General Manager, FltANK THKitl, Eastern rascngcr Agent. WASHINGTON, OHIO & WESTERN R. R. On nnd utter AUPUST 30, lb1?-!, trains will leave from nnd arrtvo at (Ithand H sts. Depot as follows: Loavo Washington 0 a. m. and 1:33 p. m. dnlly; nrrlvo ut Belmont Park 10 51 a m and (1.2tl p m.; l.eesbnrg 11 01 a ni and 0 JU p. m ; airlvo at Hound Hill at 11:1.1 a. m. ami 7:18 p.m. Hcturnlng, leave Hound Hill (loin m and 3 IS) p in ; pass Lteshurg (I 12 a m. and 1: 10 p m.: Hclmonl 1'ark (I "VI a m and3:'10 p, m., and arrlvu ut ushlugtou at 8 33 a. ra. and 7.10 p m on Sundays the train lowing Washington ntlia in onlv nuistol n sburg, and tho train urilvlugi.t 7 lop in starts from Leeshurg sjieelal ftursion rates and Sunday trains to Ilolmont 1'nrk. Monthly nnd commuta tion rates to nil points. s M llltoi'll,supt Alexandria, Va. E J Liu KWOOD, l'ass. A't 507 Va. ave. Wnsliliigiuii D i EXCURSIONS. tin i i.vi. MiTiri:. O 'lliu sl'EAMEIt EXCELSIOH of thu WASHINGTON AM) NOItl'OLK LINE will bu withdrawn from thu route after si N HAY, SEITHMIIEII 20 'Iho STEWEIt t.EOHOi: LEAHY, com mili(lngsKl'lHMni:it21.wlllle.ivoTlhstroot wharf MONDAYS, EDMDAYS AND Flit DAs at BU) p in. Iteturnhig, leu-.o Nn t ltil.K, fnm lloslon wharf, on Tt EsDAYs, TIIUHSDAYS AND bA'lT'HDAYS nt I p in WM P WELCH, fclJ Oeneriil Agent Jt,T. VllltMl.N 1 aiT. VllllNONI S1UAMEU W. W. COnCQHAN f'ssiij Leaves 7th st. vvluirf dally. ext opt Sunday, for Mt. Veinrn nt 10 o'dotk a in , returning, leaches Washington about 3 .to n in. I. I. H1..VKE. Captain. STEAMBOATS. ri'llNOHloLk M) I'OHI' MONHOE.Tlli: 1 I'lil I LVH l("l l'l I Mall steamer (,l.i)Ki,l. 1. 1 Vll Moiid.iv, V e lnesday and 1 rlilnv fiom b ot of 7th si at "M t. in tni nu loom-1, i ill I. kit-.nl llaltlmoro A, Ohio (ifllus i, niid ui' l'n ave, st Muru Hotel uud hn I ) ' v,a i"S l'a live , who will n' i thuk I i.-ip' Iroui b ttls and private r -l i mis 'it lurllier Inforiniitluu Iniulru at ( , iiipauy oftlee, 71h vi, whtrf, le('ii.iuuu i all 715-3. si . , VIM 1AM T. WBlOiT. Qsn. jw.it. I' OW FAHES j I tirtros Jloiirtid and Norfolk 11M dnss fate fl; Hound trip tl 25. bttnii tr 'line Mosc'ov Monday, W'olue-1 iy and sniurdiiy at 6 .it) p in l'jr-ugi and nmr.H ceuitid at general v lice blxih tr. twliuf T te.ihe'iiDi ill, III I 'ui i ii Hher l.uiiiling miner Tlmmp sou M ci'ay W e 'nesdny and Friday at 7 a.m.