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v-ti-"jeMftvv 1 " Tftraaf wrawcgj '' J-ll THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER I, 1885. CLOTHING. 'if ut iiiuSmiv v.ii a r i Nif i. i n i: Men'B and Boyo' Clothing At prices Hint will defy corripetltlon. Men's Cnsslmcro Suits, finm $S up; M6n's Ovcrco-iU, from J3 BO to ISO! Child's Overcoats, ngo 3 to S, for $3 ntiil tips llnys' Overcoats, ago 11 to n, from $5 npwnrds: llnys' Suits, wto 1 to n, si nndSl.up; Ho's' School Suits, ngo 10 toll. 3.W) to 63! our JtiC Ulliiersinriii mm urn worn hnrd to bent! Hoys' !3o. Sli rts. 8,o. Polo (nn. ff Urlinnl If fltl ntir 31 MMf'miJ ltojs' School Shoe, nntlilt nso. Hod rianni'l Shlrlsnnd llrnivcrs:good hits for Wo. nnd Eli Roys' Single I'nnls only Mo. Selling Cheap Tor Cnsh nt 1511 AND 11)10 VENN. AVB. OLO THE I 3ST GK "EL". 3D. 33v.0R,3H,, mt i'knw. avuniii:, I) Of tny own Importation, nowreeolved. ctontle inrn, plenio cull, Inspect nml loaio your or ders nt the bonding Tailoring Establishment of Washington. Host Goods. Rest Trim mings, Nono Imt Itrst-class workmon cm ployed nt 1111 Pennsylvania Avenue. I-X. ID. IB-AJR-Pt Importer and Tailor. Something lew. Broadway Diaginal Over coats. Illuo nnd llrown, Snck nnl Surtout, Bilk Llucd nnd Wonted Lined. E. B. BARNUM & CO 031 Ponna. Avonuo. JIOOTSAND SH0ESu faEL shoes. Now lstho tlmo to look nbont for tho right place to ouy j our Fall and Winter Shoes. In Ladies' Shoe3 onr stock embrace everything dostrnblo In stylo nnd ounllty to which wo uro wookly adding new lines. In Misses' and Children's wo haro tho best makes for wear nnd com lort. To our Men's Shoes wo mil your snoclnl ntlcntlon. If yon want n DRESS SHOE wo havo I'lno French Kid Congress nnd notion. Flno patent Leather Congress nnd I.neo. Flno French Calf Congress Laco nnd Button, nil of the best inakci. Unt tho shoo that talks for stylo, comfort, perfect fit and good wear Is our llnocttt, sewed. In every style. Including tho WAUKKN I'lIAbTnt S.i, tho best shoo for tho money that can bo sold. DAL10N & STRICKLAND, i:iw I'oiiiin. .ivcimo. One-Price Shoe Store. A. L. HAZELTON, g IS 433 Seventh Street. - Under Odd-Fellows' Hall. K. C. Ilurt'9 Flno Shoos for Ladles a specialty. 427K 10th M. S. IT. 027 Fn. Axe. East, I havo n lot of Tlno Shoe?, my own make, tirnt I will soil nt n bargain, (live tno a trial. MEDICAL. PILLS OF TANSYaM w nys effectual. Staled particular, 2 ets. WII cox Spcclllc Medlclno Co., rhlladolphla, I'n. EPITHELIOMA! on nki:v c.vx:i:it. For sovcii years I sufferod with n cancer on tny fnco. Eight months njro n friend ro commended tho uso of Swift's Spoclllo and I determined to mnko nn offort to procuro It. In this I was successful, nnd began Its use. Tho Influence of tho mculcluo at first was to somewhat aggravate tbo sore; but soon tho Inllammntlon was allayed, nnd I began to Improve nftcr tho first few bottles. My gen eral health bus greatly Improved. I am stronger, uudnblo to do nny kind of work. Tho eunccr on my fnco began to dcercaso nnd tho ulcer to heal, until thcro Is notiivostlgo of It left only u little scar marks tho placo. Mas. Joicu: A. McDonald. Atlanta, Oa,, August 11, lt3. I havo hal n enneer on my fnco for somo years, extending from one cheek bono across tho noso to tho other, It has given nto a great ileal of pain, nt times burning nml Itching to such nn extent that It was almost unbearable. 1 commenced usIngSwIft'sSpcclllalnMnjUTO, nnd hno used eight bottles. It has given tho grcutcst relief by removing tho Inflammation and reslorlug my general health. W. IUnsns. Knnxillle, Iown, Sept. 8, 1833. Treatise on Wood and Skin Diseases mailed fne. Tun Swift Sr-pcirtn Co., Drawor a, Atlantn, (,'a. N. Y.. 167 W sad at. MANLY VIGOR &,OMMS?,i J'olly, Aliiiso nr Kxcessos, promptly re stored by n niiwniid oiisy nintliod. (Jnlek lesults. .Spnnlhli Troelu-es urn luirnilosH, liileU nnd liisthiir. '.ileil Ilonlc free. "The only jxrftcl remedy I ecer vied, Ianiall iielt."S. L. For. 1MN OltAl'.r TltOCIIlli: CO., CUJl'nrlc Hxmwm. mm "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." '2Uv OriliiaX and Only CJvnuiuo. Bth nJ alwkj-ti ItcliaMp. llrwurs of ivurthtr lull ttluai. )n.llitwnab!a to LADIES. Auk your Itrujr.Tft for ,CltUlti'tCi'i I.nuliliul tik no ottitTior iiiuloi la. iUmjn)to um Ut iiriloLlr in Ittltr hy n turn utsil NAMC PAPER. Mchciter Chemical Co.. ifltia 3(mlin Gillian, i'iilladu., Vm At 1riisll. Tru'lo mi vllcj ly Itollir A. Sliofr .itI.rit i'hllmlflplil.u lit. ELY'S QATAR Mi BALM1 .-... w. W Hin gnj; licno. Aiiiiyn ,;a KOjJ'Wfiiy.'Oti " liiuiiininn tlon. J7 it" . r(R il.f llbiilshorcs tores tlicSrnses of TiMtc, Ilcnr. Ingnuil Sin oil, A unlet; Itellef.f AlMslllvoCnrcBtlT " Kii V Li ri OltlJA.ll ll.l..1f l.aa gained anonvlnblo reputation, displacing nil other preiittrutloua, A particle Is m piled Into each nostril; no p.tln; ugroeiiblo to nso, l'rlco Tillj. by mull or nt druggists. Sond for circular. ELY 11UOS., Drucjlsts, Owo'-'o.N.Y. GWAVHIi'B OINTMENT IP? B L& BlTCHIHB PILE q ua I'M.'inf, n,r. rur.. HVAII'TOIM .,.i ITPiiifin dii r:o J!0':,'"r,r;i'.'!.,l.u'"" " ii ,i.,7"i7 l-tw ""')-f f ',. TVTl"M only. .trs&.AT JU-JJj l i.om' aiANiioim, ii:iiu.. ""1-,-l-, J tv, xi:itvousm:ss, ry. INDlHIM'TAIII.i: PKUlirri, Hook b mull, hiiAi.iui, rnia:. ivttlll JIlUtK'AIi .. ItiiTnlo, X. V. Si,Tvl mi Kfii iy 'U r .Viictimof Minthfnliiriini JijMinr I'rt'iiiaturo locay, isonomJJcl 'Jltr, !, i laohnn.l, JLti.,liaTlni tru-J tn aln cvrykimu roiiit .( ,ti3Bd biovirf(i aK(iniilriuAnHii" lf-t iro, wliirU Jio will PiTnl 1 Ul'II to Ji fcitlo'-HHli''Mer 4Jfo,.).u.iu.i;vj:ft.luc:iut;ifluii:t. .v.iy Vork. A liVAV DIHCOVKUY. Instant rollef for Cold In tho lload, rtoro Noso. "Ni o llhissoins," I'.itnrrli, ll.iy I'over, &o. iu.u. box. Formilo liy illilrulHs. Schlitz's Milvvaukoo Lagor, Tjiu nnvr in 'nn; warmcrr. BAVl'LL 0, PALirR, AT'at, liil TWCNTY-NINTH ST. NOUTIIWKST !1SJirafif3 EJOOWS'n msuuiy shgo imt THE DRAMA IN GOTHAM Mr?. James Brown Potter's Succo33 as an Amateur. GERMAN OPERA TRIUMPHANT. Ilio llox Tier nml Its Oeeiipniils U'lint It L'nstH roelnly to lie llxrluslve. EJNr.w Voiir, Dec. I. OI nil tho Inn 1 ioiiio nml popular ladles In Now York so clely, thcro la nono moto beautiful, mora nllrnclhe, or tnorooltcn sought after thin JIis. Jnmcs llrown l'ottcr. Mrs. I'ot trr Is probably tho bet known by name of New YotU society women In tho country, 'lho metropolitan roriesponrtcnta of tha Icadlni; Journals of thla country mid nbrorl mnko frcmicnt mention of her In their letters nnd nlMnys chronlclo her tnovomonta Willi lho ptcnlest pnrllctiliirKy. Mrs. I'ot Icr was formerly All's Cora ITrqulmrt of New Orleans, nnd n great bello in that city beforosho enmo to New York to bold a similar position hero as Mrs. .Inmos llrown I'ot Icr. Kbo la u very bcnutlfiill woman, clocrnnd n ilclluhtful coiivctsationallst, The nbovo pictiiro of licr Is nn oxecedlnijly f;ood likeness, but In all otitlluo drawings, t Is illfllciiU to produce i;ood results ns shndlng cannot bo Introduced. Mre. l'ot ter numbera among her personal nnd Intl. mnto friends, ladles of such distinguished social proralncnco oa Mrs. William Astor, licr dntifjhtcr, Mrs. 3. Coleman Dray ton, Mrs. Ogdcn Ooclct, Mrs. Cornclliia Yonclcrbllt and Mrs. Varan Stevens. 8Iio Is n frequent guest nt their liousos, la Invited every night to tho opera, attends all tho fashlonablo entertainments of tho winter, and, In fact, Is to bo seen every where Mrs. rotter Is n great patron of tho drnma and has already achieved groat famo on tho nmntcur stage. Sbo has been acting since 1SS1, Her uamo on lho programmes of am ateur performances la n suiricicht card to draw largo audiences. Sho novcr appears In public except In old of bouioworthyclinr Ity, and last winter 6ho nppearod for tho benefit of tho Ilartholdl statue, which net ted a largo amount for tho World fund. Mis. l'ottcr has appeared as llurlcntn In "A Wonderful Woman:" ns Mrs. 1'rnnk 1'reitnu In "Capo .Mall;" In "For Her Child's Hake;" as l'otctla In "Tho Kusslan Honeymoon;" ns Maigturtte In "Tho Knniaucoot al'oor YomigMan;" ns IMm Jfaimirlti "Tho Old Lovonnd tho Now;" na 1'lvrcnce JlariaoM In "My Uncle's Will:'1 na l'mclinc lit "1 also Colors," and also In "Aux Avnnt 1'ostcs." Mrs. l'ottcr speaks French fluently and with nn almost native cccent, nnd consequently Is very successful In tho latter kind of plays. Sho Is n very conscientious actress, studies her parts well, and nbovo all, has a strong dramatic, In stinct. On a recent occasion Mr. Dtvld Delasco, tho well-Iiuown playwright and stage innnngcr, wroto to her nftcr ouo of her performances na follows: "My dear Mrs. l'ottcr: You did so grandly tbo other evening, I should havo been proud to hau been jour bell-boy. Sincerely, David llelasco." Mine. Mojcska wroto this to her: "'You havo descrwd high com mendation, true applause and love.' -As You 1.1 1; o It. 'I would applaud tbco to tho iry echo, that should applaud again.' Macbeth." Mrs. l'ottcr Is tho leading ama teur actress of this city, ami her acting has n professional standing. Sho has received many oilers from local managers to appear upon tho professional stago, but has de clined thorn all. I believe sho Is to appear this winter In n new rolo, that of Pauline In "Tbo Lady of Lyons." There Is uo deny ing that Mrs. l'ottcr will make a beautiful Vaulhn; nnd act it with gracoand dramatic forco with which sho is abundantly sup plied. (liand opera In this city Is attracting widespread attention and tho performances of tho German company of singers nt tho Metropolitan Opera-Home exceed In excel lence any similar performances in Gcruun or Italian that havo been given In this city, lho productions which havo taken placo thus far this season havo shown a liberality on tho part of tho management that Is praiseworthy, and which denotes that Mr. Edmund C. Stanton, tho director of tho opciu-house, intends to glvo opera in Now Yoik with a degree of excellence In tho 6lngcrs anil stago pictures that lias nnrcr been excelled In any pnrt of the world. It Is tho Intention of tho management to favor sonioof tho principal cities of tho United States with theso superb productions, and Philadelphia will bo tho first city tho com pany will visit. Fraiilcln Lclmunn, onb of the principal sopranos, made her debut ns Carmen, blio Is n wouuu of handsome prcrence, a dramatic actress, and a singer with superior oenl accomplishments. Her voice ia remarkably clear, rich and icsouiut in tones, and sho slugs with an ensonnd gr.ico that Is most ciTcctlvo and charming to listen to. Sho is nltogithcr a flno artiste. Herr Alvntl mado his debut us l)o,i Jose In tho tnino opera, and Is a tenor of much merit, "l.o l'rophcto" served last Friday to Intro duce to tho public llcrr Sllva In tho princi pal part. Ho Is by all odds tho best touor of tho company. His volco Is ouo of ra.ti.ih sweetness and Is of a barltono tenor quality. His execution Is smooth nnd lluoiit, and ho manages his voleo with deftness and with out forcing It. "Dlo Wulkuro" was snug on Monday, nml Is an opera that Is fortu noto In being acceptable to both tho most advanced of tho so-called musicians of tho futuro nnd to tho average man nild woman of to-dny. It was given with tho same perfection that distinguished tho pro duction of th!svork last season. Fratilclu Lehman as Jlrunhiltle sang nnd acted mig ulllccntly. Sho entered into tho spirit iif tho composer with such evident sympithy and Intelligence that to many It was an en tirely new icallatlou of tho pait. llerr Strllt BBSlgmuml but confirmed tho favor able limiicsslou ho has nlieady made. Tho greatest operatic achievement In this coun try was that mado on Wednesday evening whin (loldinnrk's "Queen of Sheba" had lis ilrtt healing in tho United States. Of this work I will havo moro to say next week anil will Illustrate two of Its most efftellvo scenes. It offers many grand opportunities for lho display of tho Lest art of tbo scene painter, costumcr and ttngo inonagir. Theatrically, tho piodue lion Is a grand spcctaclo and nothing nuiro bmutlftil or cffentlro has boforo been seen on nny stage in Now York. The cast In cluded Heir Hobliison, 1'rau Kramer Wldl, rruulclii Lehmauu, l'rauklu Uiuudt, Herr Fischer, llerr fcliltt and Herr Aloxl. A stronger cast could not bo procured, Thy inutlu abounds In lho most ciTcctlvo tone colors nnd lho oahestratloii Is of tho richest inscription. 'Iheioiiro two tiers of Imxejln tho Motro I olltnn Opcra-Hoiino which extend from oi,o f-ldn ot tho proscenium opening to tho other in tho thapo of a hono-tlio,-. Tho loxes mo so turnuged that they nffoidnn utinhttiuctid lcw of nil puts ut the homo uiul the tiillro ftnge ran bo seen fiom any lex In the house. Each bos aeooiiimo latus si. percous, and a small miuii of tho bUo of n lox Is (oiiiucleil Willi ojeli of them, ton c of thi'to 1.11I01 a Inn u Oei-n Uiudtoitiuly llllld up by Hielr iiwiihis Vl.. sut lho (i(iu-lii:ri for n sotuon of llttj nllir UblfctlM'UU, but Him iihJ.iiIIi of i In-ill it, tivtlitil b) lho tocHioblers, who oc- i,iy Hi some loxes ouy seatnu, Wiillncl.'s'Iheatiuhi.a ut last secure I i MKittf III "lliiiMlinau Ttlliul" uud Mm (,.,, , illiunalslii for u long inn. Bonn n, t m fclluulloiiB i.i o wry tnnijr nu I thilllbiL; 'll.e slory Is Inlcii'sllnguiid tho p!,iy ni gttilously eoiibtrueteil. 'Hoolni m (lipid Is lho Joint work of Henry A. Jones nnd Wilson llnrrctt. Tho former wrotn tho "Silver King" nnd tbolnlterhna contributed In the singe nnd la nu nctor of much merit. Tim srencry la admirably painted and all tho opportunities (hat tho piny ofTcra for lho display of skill ntid dTcctlvo painting of thu scenic artist havo been fully taken nit vnntogo of by .Mr. (lonlchcr. Tho play Is i cry strongly cast. Mr. John (lllbcrt nnd Mme. l'onlsf nppear In cffectlvo pirts. Mr. Kjrlo Ilellcw Is sieu to bellcr advnntngo In this play tlinn In nny ho baa thus far ap peared In. Mlsa Annlo Hobo tnnilo a very strong success In lho dual rolo of lho wife and tho wnlf and has strengthened her posi tion ns lho loading actress of Wallnck's Ihcntre. Mr. Kllon afforded much ainiisc metit ns 11m Chilllct, . Tho Klrnlfy llrothcrs' now spectacular piece, "Tbo Ilatcatcher of Ilainclln," did not nthlcva anything llko a great success nn tho first nllit of Its production, In fact, it wes n disappointment. It dragged heavily on Monday night, nnd beforo It can la mado n "go," of which lliero Is somo possibility, It must undergo very thorough cutting. Tho plcco has n coherent story nml somo music, which la neither brilliant nor of unusual excellence. In fact, it Is reminiscent In character. Tho sccno ulicra tho llateatcher charms tho rodents by play ing on his pipe nnd attracts them In tho water's edge, when they fall Into thostrcam cud nro drowned, wns but partially effec tive. A great deal had been said lundvanco of tho production about tha wonderful character of tide sccno; In fact, too much, for It did not coma up to expectations, al though It Is luilto good in Its way. Mlta. Do I.a Ilrugcre, tho new danscusc, has much force but littlo grace. Mr. Hubert Wllko sang lho principal part, that of tho A'rif calchcr. Ills voice Is rich In tono nnd ho slugs beautifully, Tho "Ilatcatcher of Hamlin" mAy becomo n success, but It la hnrdly up to tho former spcctncular plnys produced by tho Klrnlfys. "Tho Grip," Edward Harrlgan's latest character piny, was produced nt Harrlgan's New 1'arlc Thcatro on Monday ulght. Tho fun, ns lu all of Mr. Harrlgan's comedies, la decidedly of tho horseplay order, but It is real fun for nil that and Is always sura of uproatlous approval. Dava llrahaui has w rlttcn four or llvo new eougs for tho play. All of them nro good, nnd two, "Oh, D.it Low Ilrldgel" nnd "(Irognii tho Mushcr," nro euro to becomo popular. Tho Btory of the play is Interesting, tho situations cf fectlvo and tho singing and staging all that could bo desired. "Thodrlp'Mias got tho public fast and Is likely to hold on for somo time tocomc. 0, WoTitniisrooN, in. TllV MATH OV A VOVULAll 1V- Wlint Dr. J.Clnrlc Nlny, 31. I Nays, In tho I'bilndelphlii Mudlcjil nml Sur frlcul lleportcr, of Iron Long beforo medicine was entitled to rank ns n sclcnco Iron In souiu form wns given to tho 6lck. lu tho first records sim ple metallic iron In n stato of inlnuto di vision wns given. Wliothcr tho patient died or recovered, a certain virtue was at tributed to Its tiso and custom regarded it ns on oof tho proper things to take. With lho ndvanco in knowledge concerning tho human body It was found that the manner in which tho blood received Its nourishment made It Impossible for iron, in that form at least, to over reach tho blood. This fact, however, did not deter many from still sicking to know whether out of Iron coulel not bo obtained somo good and apparent re mit. Tho opinion of a very largo number of the members of tho medical profession on this subject may bo easily deducod by tho following quotntlona from nn nrticlo on "Iron ns a Medicine," by J. Clark Slay, M. 1),, which appeared in tho Medical ami Surgical lleportcr .March 131, 1833: "Somo phjBlcijus havo continued to give, whllo others havo returned to giving, simply metallic Iron in a stato of inlnuto division, ns being prcfcrablo to nny of Its prepara tions; but theso nro very few In point of numbers, for they soon reach tho conclu sion that Iron plays but littlo or no part In tbo healing art, nnd It la discarded entirely from their lists." Tho best that thla frank author can say of other forms is that thoy nro "very slightly astringent." Tho argu ment Is advanced that Iron, llko many otlior medicinal agents, must bo tnkou In com bination with somo other agent to develop its qualities. "Reasoning fiom tho facts wo havo presented, why combluo with any form of Iron, or any other preparation, when by tho uso of alcohol, lu tho form of a whiskey, there can bo most certainly Induced an appetite for and nu ability to digest regular articles of diet known to contain all tho dements necessary for tho sustenance or repair of tho body lu health and disease? Of courso It Is essen tial that tho whiskey should bo absolutely puro (freo from fusel oil) and mado from malt. Not only has Iron failed to show tho advantages oneo claimed, but startling ovl dencchaa been given which proves that in chronic lung affections. It Is apt to produce congestive trouble. With many It pro duces constipation in Its worst form, caus ing headncha and distressing nervous af fects, which maka tho uso of Iron impos sible in nny form. Error is slow to dlo, and tho popular idoa must bo met, and Ihcreforo it is that tho motto, "Uecf, Wluo nnd Iron," graces tho by-paths nnd Mglnvnjs of human tiuvcl. lho merit claimed for somo of theso arti cles rests on tho uuquestlonnblo fact that the Iron contained Is so wonderfully coin lined that no chemical test will show Its piesence. Tho fact being tlmt absolutely no Iron whatever exists In theso prepara tions, tho manufacturers preferring to rest thtlr own chances for profit on nu article consisting but too often of a cheap nnd do Ictiitous whiskey, marked with tho flavor of feme extract, which may luduco nn nb noi nml appetite, giving, however, nothing to aid digestion, and iveutually leaving the disabled sjsttiu weaker than at tho begin ning; E5UPSIE m 'iw. IOAJiJ Absolutely 1'iifc nml Imuiltillcrulcd. IN USC IN HOSPITALS, Curative Institutions, INFIRMARIES, pncscniDEO dy physioian3 cvEnywHEni OURER CONSUMPTION, HEMORRHAGES 1kJ all Iliu(ii( Jttctici INEBRIETY, habitual drunkenness, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, MALARIA. TIIISOMY pure mssxMm roa THE SICK, INVALIDS, CONVALESCING PATIENTS, AGED PEOPLE, Weak and Debilitated Women. l'ore do by Druceists, (Irccirsund Hi i.li ti, Vrirr, Ouu Hollar per JlnlUc, Kr- l'ersons cu&t of Hi lCucKy Hounlntns nnitito to rrocuro It fro-ii their dealers can tmvo Half Dozen U'nt, In pluln ease, nn marked, impress cliurse) linvulU, by remit ting Six Dolhrs to The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Dalllmoro, Md. Jffii.noHJ Ultta livSii! l'urUU fllltlrw on f- H fl tit ei'ait Ihlmddit tyjlk HrmctpJ tur UtJtenl 1 Elp.taHtinu.Itti oCA.ro. I vg&mm$mm WlMWS$MwwKtii?tw.mA fftlfirarWirsra rViStftJ'rr';? atttgfiaasA,aiQKi2iH3a I.OIM3 TO Hlii; "MAIW I'AIJj." Time (Ilea mighty fna' wld rroloman, Hut not so fas' wld a chile. Fur wlmt tcr mo nln't moro den a span, Wld a boy la mora don a mile. Old 1'so flxln' fur ler go above, l'sollxln' fur tcr lcab do earth, 1'se been baptized In do lovo An' Is bo'u In do second birth. I'so worked mighty hard In do earthly frost, 1'su tirnjed nn' sung do 'sn'm, An' 1 (loan' berllovo tint inv boul nm lost, Fur I alius has lorcd do lam'. Ohl I'so prepared fur tcr go, I put down do wedgo an' maul, Whnr do col' w In'a neber blow, I'so gwlno fur tcr see Mara' Paul. vast WAsnixaroy. Tho Fast Washington Clovclnndnnd Hen dtlcks Club holds Its regular monthly meeting to-night at 7:f!0 o'clock at McCnu-It-v's Hall. A memorial paper on tho death of Vlcc-1'resldent Hendricks will ba adopted. Eleven arrests in l'ast Washington yester day. Mr. Charles W. Wnlcott, who had his leg broken last Wednesday nt tho wharf nt Colonial llcnch whllo acting ns wharf agent, was n resident of Capitol Mill for nineteen years, and has only been in Virginia n few months. Tho Y. M. V. A. nnd W. C. T. U. meet nt tha Seamen's llcthcl liilrcat this evening. A young man whllo fishing In tho Kastcrn Urnncli yesterday caught and landed safely nn Immcusu lock fish weighing thlrty-llvo pounds, lho fish was sold to 11. At (loldcu, llsh mid cranio merchant lu tho Centto Mar ket, where It Is now on exhibition. Mr. Win. lloyland, a well-known cltlzon of F.nst Washington, died Wednesday nt his residence. Mr, lloyland was, by trade, n boiler-maker, and had been employed lu tho Nnvy-Ynrdfor years. .lames Sheppnrd, n whila man liilngnt tho corner of Fourteenth and IC streets southeast, accidentally discharged n pistol Inst evening, by which ono of his fingers was shot off. Dr. Herbert attended to his Injuries. Ofllcer C. T. Wright of tho Flghth Pro duct is ill nt his residence, No. 711 Thir teenth sttcet southwest. Camis nt Vcci holt's, HI mid 010 "111 st. To order, $5, pants, niicmnn, 7th and H. Our stock Tliis Season Is Exceptionally Attrnctlvo nnd fully up to our Higli SMart of WHILE oun LOW PRICES Aro maintained in every De partment, comprising every thing, with tho exception of Hats and Shoes For Boys and Men. B.EoMnson&Co Clothing and Furnishings, t'OI) I'ciuiHjIvniiln Avenue X. IV. All the Leading Makes -OF- UNDERWEAR -ron- Men and Boys, and Sold as Cheaply as at any other establishment in the country, can be found at 909 Penna. Ave. SEAL SKIN WRAPS. Seal Skin Sacques, ST Inches to M lutlici long, from 8100 to 8iT0, Seal Visites, l'lnln, T.) nx, lox nml Bkuiill Trimmed. Seal Ulsters, Plush Ulsters, Plush Visites, Plush Sacques, AI.I. AT NEW YOllK PllICIlS. spci-iui lot of oi.otii nj:iv.uau- Kl.'f hill net from llurllii. liinllci.', JMIhhiik' nml Children's J'ui-s lu orj i uilety. tit'iilluiiiuii'N l)i nine nml Wnlklmr I'm- Cn jm. Cnriliigu ltobos, (llovos mid (Intuit lets, Tholnrpcst nnd best Boloetcd Stookovor oshlblud In this elty. W1LLETT & RUOFF Hatters and Furriors, OOE '"PeTi.T'i.Eij. Jrvo. Quality, B.ROBIWSOM&GO.'S Lis' Seal Sir Wraps, (CopyrlRht, 1SSS.1 "There, ns lio npcneil tho door, lho beheld tho form of tho mnldcn sitting bcsldo her wheel." Tlio ,lolm AUlcn ot tlio prcicnt ilny don't lliul liia "I'riscllln" Kilting bcsldo licr spinning wheel; If lio did ho couldn't buy a strong, genteel, well inndo suit for iJlO. When cnrillng, spinning nnd weaving wrirj nil dono "by linnd" tlio styles nnd prices ot to day wcro not known. Tale n look nt our stylish OASSIMERE SUITS AtSlOjonr liner ones ntlSU', S15, S10.50, 319; our BLUE OR BLACK CHEVIOTS, at SIS; our handsomo O O R EZ S 0R TUVvrS3 at 5M to S 10; our elegant ENGLISH PRINCE ALBERT COATS Silk lined; our Kersey, Beaver, Worsted or Cassiracre Overcoats, or our "I30--2-S' SUITS of every grade RBMIHCO., 931 Penna. Avenue. ,vwvMmJl CHAMBERLIN'S RESTAURANT. ron ladihs and okntlemdn. hill. S!j;i nml HZ.f I'lnccnlh Hfii'ft. t'oinprllnp tlio former reddences of Fer nando Wood, Governor Thomas Swan ami James (I. Illnlnc.J Jlr. Cliamberlln has llttcd up tho Swan man sion especially ns A LADIES' HEhTAUIUNT, tho entrnnco to which Is til riftccnth street. Tho elegant illnlng-ioom was formcily Gov. fawan's celebrated picture gallery. lho lust JiiitUllo Gulsliio lu AVusli iiiL'lon. ArraiiRements can bo mado for llocop tloiiH, Dinner orTlieiitro I'mtles. Applications can bo made lu person or by letter. Wine, I,liilors nml Corillnls by tlio buttlo or ciisc. John i ciiAMnr.ni.iN. HAltltlH IIOU.SK. AMEI1IOAN PLAN J'.'.W nnd ?1 licr day, Pennsylvania avo. nuo, between 13tli und 11th strouts. Special rates to parlies and perinanent guests. TTIM.Allll IHIIIII.. Y WASHINGTON, D. O. O O &tnples.lato of 1 lmusanil Isl. llomc.l'rnp. rpiu: hiitATii.Moiti: ak.ii.s, ji. s. i.ockwood. Nos. EOS, 610, 8U Twelfth Btieet northwest. Open November 1. j:iyE.A.:3SPS5 a 10 NINTH ST. N. IV. aim: AiiNo, ICIh it bet I and Kstsn w. This in w nnd elegant hotel Hat houso Is now o en for tho reception of Kiiuits. It Is jinndiMiuiely luriilshcd nnd steam heated tliroiiKliuut, lini lug nil tho appointments otu llrst-class hotel. 1'iiilles eon seeilio suites with nrli nto i arlors ami bath, or single roniniMuita blo for lho -o desiring retired nnd luxurious nc cominodulli.nsl. Eleetrlo bells anil open tlio tilaccsliieifi) room. Telephone station lu tho lioiu-o. MenN wrvcil tiihfod' hoto nnd a hi inrte. Location finest In tho city; couieuleut to the llennrlineiils and banks. WELOKER'S NEW HOTEL, 7.'l. I.l. 717 lSMi Wt. X. IV. El'IiOPEAN PLAN. b'OEtnurunt n la Carte. WASHINGTON, D. C". Til. IT.I.TEIt. THE EBBITT: WASHINGTON, D. 0. AEMY & NAVY HGAUQUAaTERS. I III It IllO.V MllK IX'il'DS Ti:italS-f3.0ll uiul $1,00 per liny. ST. ,1AM Kb' lUtTlII., Ill' ItOPEAN PLAN, hlxth street nml Pennsylvania iivonuo. I WOOimtlltY. 1'roprletur. THE LOSEKAM, 1323 P Street N. W , Opp. the EbWtt, WASHINOTON, IJ. C. (Tho Clarendon, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.) C. I.IISIIKA.II, l'roprlotor. l'OH SAM.'- AT MY 111 l.l.l I Itl) llooiiu, on the nollliwe't eovuer Oth iin.l V bt'll h. ibe llrunnli-k ll.ilko I ullender Co ctlcbiiite'il lllllliid and Pool Tahlos with tlu isnrlil it niiiM ril moiiaieh uu ek cushion. with j. lutulogunor nil tbo lalent dtwljins ot b.irllx- UUUM. aiii, siuerai Fi-iniiu unno ihii'hiiiiiuii 1'eol Tables. Illlllunl und Pool nip.illes of all kinds for sulo nt faetory in leu Alii ling, io 1 nlili.tr anil vuierliu Tables u six" billy ' HEN i DDl.tV, Gel (. st ii w JFHIOI.L SALE - AT KING'S PALACE, 814 Seventh Street Northwest. Owing In I lie llnclcwnritiu'ss of IIioHimipiiiii no will limllgiinilii Tills M'cnk A SPECIAL CLOAK SALE-I wi; will orrnn tiii: pollowinh (.'nons: i:irgiint Ilerlln nml DIiiroiiiiI Now iniirhrlmit if!, i);7, $llmul iflO. Ilitssliin Ulraiilurs nt $(1, $Hmnl$!0. Sen I 1'liisli fonts tit ff 30, fpnn, $;!S ntnl if, :io. nicKiliil VUtli-HiitijlH, i)l 1 11 1111111.-, Cli I Id rcn's nml Mlssrs' Iliivolncliit nnd NnirinurlieU nt $3, fjll, , 11 ttnil 47. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. full llnoiir lllrilsnnil liinry Mliign ill 17,Ur!,nri, III, !.", .10 mill 71! rtn. riiniK'S nt n7, 07 mill 7fl!iiiiil S)l. 1'olt IIiiIh nt Iff, flH nml 7i1n nml $1. Trliniiilui; VuIioIh, In nil colors, nt H:inmul 1 nml $I.'J.". Tips nt !!!, BO mill 7Su per bnncli. Klefxnnt Itld (lime, 't-Utillons, nt 7HI1 mill $1 I.nrno nssiirlineiit of l'lnln nml I'lincy Illbbonsiit 10, I.", '40 unit 3rio jinryil. Our eshibition this week will compriso tho largest assort ment over shown south of Now York I Do Not Hill to Call nnd Inspect tho Wonderful Showing Ilcforo Purchasing Elxiwhcro. KING'S PALACE 814 Seventh Street Northwest. J. W. BARNES, PIANOS PIANOS FOR HOLIBAY PRESENTS. riNEST DISPLAY nfni'AL GEMS Or AUT INOHAND.Sin'Alli: AND UI'IIIOIIT PIANOS, I'rom tho plain Ito'.cwood to the richest orna mented styles In nil kinds of Panes Woods, Inlaid, carved JIariiuotry and other orna mental llnlsh, artKlo stylos, of tho mnnufao tureof WM. KNA1IE & CO. UNEQUALE1HNTONETOUCII AND WORK- MANSIIII'. WAltEUOOMS: 617 MARKET SPACE. PIANOS l'OH 11ENT. rirst-class Upright, Square uuil Grand Pia nos for rent nt MM. KNA1IE & CO.'.S WAiir.noo.vs-mr .maiiket space. SECOND-HAND TIANOS 1'OIt THE HOLI DAYS. AN EXTENSIVE AND ATTRACTIVE AS SORTMENT, Comf rising a number of elegant sty los but lit tlo used; nlmeist ns goexl as new. ALL PIANOS offered lu goml repair. A number of serviceable Instruments us low us ?.( to $1WI. TERMS EASY-MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS Oil CASH. WM. KNAnC CO.'S WA11EIIOOMS, 817 MAUKET SPACE. The Leading Instruments of the Age. Estey Organs, i)i:cici:it ititos.. i:sti:y, ri.sciinit Piano-Fortes! Tlanos and Organs for rent nnd sol ! Installments. SANDERS & STAYMAN (JARVIS DUTLEIl IN CHAnOE), Oil I l'St. Norllnivst, M'nsliliiKlnii.D.O. 15 NORTH CIIAIILE3 ST.. DALTIMOIIE, MD m Wh -W& m 'km I ANOS. J01 1 HUH & CO, No.937Pa.AvQ,N.W. W. G. METZEROTT & CO., B03 Pennsylvania Avcnno. second door wost of Ninth street, BOLE AGENTS FOn Ohiokering and James ft HolinEtrora OLOUGII AND AVAItltlU OUOANS, And all MU8ICAL, INSTRUMENTS jTsTh-Scgill DEALER IN lll'ILDINO SUI'PLIIU, 003 to Oil (1 street nortliweU, next Nutloual Klllei.' rinory. Arcblleciurnl Iron Work, Cement, Plaster, Klrollrlck, FIro Clay. Wall fclato, Paints, Oils, GlikS, eta o5 PHOTO-ENa:RAVINO. Having recently llltuil up n Fhoto-Engiavicg EstabliBbniont, liicoiineetlon with in) PATENT PROl'EM, I uni pupn nil to liirnlsh ll.H'S'lRATKiNh AT NEl VoRK PRICES. I hotottuipli ng m.l fir 11 1 Tradu. IV: ei -u. rlco iTosroe 11H lil KVENT II KTIIKET N W. Drew's New Drug tttoro, NINTH ST AND PENN. AVE. tjropon nil nicht IMil&IIlil ORGANS. - cnT n a nTO;rrciwitnr"agiSi Firm Rcprcscntntivc. T!,U it the only Chartered Lottery of any Stile- Louisiana State Lottery Co. Incorporated In 1S0S for S3 years by tho Leglslatnro for Educational nml Chnrlt.iblo puriHies with n Capital of Sl."Ui,oii)-to which u recrio lund of oier?7),uu) has slnco been added. Ilynn overwhelming popular voto Itsfran chltowns mado n part of tboprcontstnto Constitution adopted Decembers.', A. I). 1373. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A roRTUNE. Its Grand Slnglo Number Drawing will tnko placo monthly. It Novcr Scales or Postpones. Look nt tbo following Distribution: llxtriioriltiiury Seinl-Aiiiiiuil Draw ing, Class 31, ut New Orleans, December 13, lfcM.umlir the Supervision nnd Management ot Qtn. G. T. BEAUREGARD, of Louisiana, and Gen. JUBAL A. EARLY, of Virginia. CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000. 3rN()TI()i: TloI.elH uro $10 only. llulies, !l. 1'irihs fS. Tenths, $1. itsT or lnizi.s. i capital nil zi: or stw,oi srAom 1 ORAM) PRIZE OK Mim.... no,nii) 1 OllAND PRIZE OK SH,UO 30,1 ULAIKiE PRIZES OK lO.imo iWO II.AIIfiE PRIZES OK 6,(ll M.OiX) aii'WZES or l.onii !S),oi m " nnn sm ICO " !) WI.Ul) Son " sail lfl,(ii) wo " inn m,wo 1X) " 50 Oei.ooj ArrnnxisiATioN ratzes. 100 Approximation PilosS-iw Woo 100 do do loo lo.ioi 1C0 do do 75 7, MM 0 prizes, amounting to oi'iiTincATi:. S5S.',5J0 " HV do hereby certify that ve rrpen ite the ar rangement &; alt the iltmtljly and 6'iml-.ti-rtxiul Drttuinntof the Lovlnlanu State lottery UoinjKiny and In jtereon manage and control the inaxctny wnstnee, ami inai ine tame are con- dueled ulthhontttu, fall nctt andlngorkl faith touatd all liarlfei. We authorize the Com nanyto vtethli eertlfcate. ulthfar-stmllet of our elgnaturei attached. In Its adiertluimnti." Application for rates to clubs should bo madu only to tho ouleo of tho Company In New Orleans. Tor fuilher Information, wrlto cloirly, giv ing lull addicss. r. lail'OUTANT. 3?"EemU by POSTAL NOTE, Express Miincy Order, New York Eichango, or Draft on New Oilcans. Litters with Currency In iiirlnbly by Express. (Wo pay oxprcs clnrgos on nil Minis of so or upward). Addressed: 1M. A. DAUIMIIN, New Orlonus, Lit. Adilrrps llcgl'tereil Letters nnd makol'ost olllce Money Ordeis paj ablo lo NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK, OK LOUISIANA NATIONAL HANK, bTATE NATIONAL HANK, GERMANIA NATIONAL HANK, New Orlonus. Iji. WASHINO BLUE. AMERIO -A.3T EALL BLUE. BEST WASHING BLUE It I Not Poisonous, Vlils lllinelilii(r ot Alui.Ii nml Oil i It u Itlili (lloss. to in: had of Yni'ii (itionii:. ASU-KICANl'I.TP.A-MAlMNIlAVOltl'.'l o. .Ifl Inlileii I, mm, N, Y. 3 J. ROOHON, Corcnr.iii lliilldlii';. riilNT-CIASS Hit i i 3 i-.', or FROM PARIS. llvandi Ofllco, 013 Uthst n. w. NOW Front Piece Tho Self Dressing. Si Hrai M4 TVvy&j y fg illli nAILROADS. rrin; (iiiiiat PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE 'In llicNorlli, Wnsl nml Hnutliwnst. liemUt Ttarl. HiJemlld Scenery. hlielllaltt. .titgnlHcenl H'rvlnin i,t, IN ErrtCT NOVI-MIIKII in, 188.1. Tfalntlreiie 11'iaAnaon, fiom utatlon, corner of With and It finite, at Jolloiei: 1'or Plllsburg and tha Wost. Chlodim Limited Express ol'nlncoSlerplngCiirs nt 0.0 n. m. Uallyl last Lino, ll.r.n n m. il.illy to Clncln nntl nnd St. Loul, with sleeping Cars from Ilnrrl-burgto llticlnnntl ami lintel Car to St. I oulsi dally, oxrrot Saturday, to Chicago, with Sice-ping Car Altfioim to Chlongo. clip onepanil Cincinnati Expross at 7:10 p, m. dally, Willi Sleeping Cars Wnhlnglon loChl capo and Hnrrisbutg lnliiilsvlllo;con''not Ingnl narTlsbiirgwRliWeslern I.'xpross Willi through sleepers for St. Louis Paclllo Ex press, Itip. m dally for i'lttsburp and tho West. v. lili thmurli steelier Hnrrii'jurg to CIilcnRo ifnil Cleveland. iiai.ti.moim: A POTOMAC UAILIIOAI). Pi r Erin, C.uinmlntgiin, Ro-hostcr, lluffnlo, Niagara lo fi m. dally, except Hnturilay, Willi I'nl.ice Cnrs Wnhlnglon lo Iloehostcr. 1'or llllainsi.irt. t k Haven nnd Klmlra, nt ll.rriii in ilnlly, except Sunday. For New York and the Must. 7MB, 8:30 and 1 1 a, m., v, -I, lu and 1 1:!!(l p. m, On Sun day, hi ltd n m., u, l. id nnd ll(l p.m. I.lnlttd Exrres of I'tillrnnn Pnrlot Cars Ii: 10 a. in. dally, exicpt Sunday. Kor Host nn without ehango, tt p. m, every day. I'orlirookljn.N Y .nil Ihrongli trains connect at Jersey ( ;l( y lib bunts of llrooklyn Annex, nfforillng direct transrer to I'ulton street, (.voiding donblo ferrlago across Now York city. . ForI'hllnrtcIphla,7!ll, 81(1 nnrt 11a. m.. 2. 1,(1, JO and ll(p. in. On Sunday, 8.UI1 n. in., 2, -I, (I. II) and 11:20 p. m. Llmllod l.xirps". I)' 10 ii. m. daily, except Suadny. ForP.filllmore, if.ir, 7ilh, H-:m, ipki i.r,o, I l:li(i n. m., V2.iKi,'2, -1, . -tri, -l : to. (1, 7!l(), l(iniidll:'2(ip. m On Siinday, 8-:lo, ii;r,o. II a.m., 'J, 1,(1, 7:10, in and liao p.m. For Pupa Creek l.lno. 7:iria. m., and 4:1(1 n. m, dally, ox( ept Sunday, For Annapolis, 7:1B n. m , ia.05nnd4:2Rp tn dally, exceptsundny. On Sunday 4 p.m ALEXANDRIA AND rREDEIIICKSItlltO IIAILWAY AND ALEXANDRIA WASHINGTON RAILROAD. Per Alexandria, (I, 7, Jlfll, 11:01 and 11:.TS a. m., 2 or,, 4MI, ISin, (1.01. H.0-. and 11!.'J7 P.m. on Sunday ut (1, vtili, Il:01a.m., s.or, p. in. For Richmond nnd tbo Snnth, 0 nnd 11:01 n. ...". ',n."' nti(l4::n p m. dally, oxcept Sunday. Trains le.ivo Alexandria for Washington (isn, H, lo, Ki.lo a.m.. l, tun, :i-j:i,fi:io, 7W nnd in. 12 p, in. nnd 12:10 midnight, oxcept Monday. On Sunday at 8 nnd 10:10 a.m.. 7:ornndlO;l2p. m. nnd 12:10 night. Tickets nnd Information nt tho otllco. north east corner of Thirteenth street nnd Pennsy linnln iivenuo, nnd nt tho station, whero or ders can bo left for tho cheeking of baggago to ilcstlnutlon from hotels and residences. CI1AS, E. PIKIH, .1. 1!. WOOD, (lenernl Jtanartr. Pert. Jlittenger Arfnt. BALTIMORE &0HI0 RAILROAD. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SUNDAY. MAY 3, 1SS0, UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Leavo Washington from Station, corner Now Jersey annuo nnd O strcot. For Chicago, 10 n. m, nnd 10:10 p. m. dally. Tho 10 a. m. Is n Fast Limited Express to Pittsburg nnd Chicago, arriving In Plttsbnrg nt7:tl0p, m., Ch'cago next morning at 8-r,5. No extra inro Is charged on this truln for fast tlmo. ForClnelnnatl.LonlsvHIonndSt. Lonhdally nt tl-30 p. in. and 10:10 p. m with throngh eonches nnd Pnlaeo Sleeping curs to nbovo points without ehango. IIkS) p. m. train Is n fastllmltcd train to Cincinnati and St Louis, arriving In Clnclnnutl next morning nt 7:15, St. Louis (1310 p. m. Noextra faro Is charged on this trnln for fast tlmo. For Pittsburg nt 10 n. m., with Parlor Car, nnd 0:lo p. in. dally tn Pittsburg. Cleveland and I'cttolt, with sleeping cars to Pittsburg. For Ilaltlmoroon week dayti-S, (1:10, (lilo, 7::io, 8.:io nnd iimih, m 12:10, i:2.v .'lar (tr. mlnulo train), tl::iul4siul4:l(ll,r:iu,0:l0. 7, 8.2,"mnd 11 p. m. For llaltimuru on Sundays-OilO, 7:.10, 8::l() nnd 10.05 a. m., 1:2a. i:ao, a::io. 4:10. 5:10. 0:10. 7. 8:25 and 11 p.m. ' For points on tho Shenandoah Valley Rail road and ilnts South, fi-ilO p. in. dally, with Pullraon Slceiitr from Wushlmrton to New Orlcai'S, l'cr Annnolls, (1-10 a. m. nnd 12:10 and 4:30 p. m.i on Sunday. 8:30 a. m. nnd 4:10 p. m For way stations between Washington and llnltlmore. fi. 0:40. 8:110 n. in.. 12:10, 3:ao, 4:10, 7 and 11 p. m. On Sundays, :!!() n. m,, 1:30, il.:!0,4:10,7iind lip. in. Tor stations on Metropolitan Ilranch, 7:25 a. ra. nnd 11:15 p. m. dully, except Sunday, and B:fto p. m. dally: 4:-l(l p, m. dally, oxcept Sunday, for tMt,nl,nl ,lnl r.n. n ,l..n..nlll. ,,JU... ....... .,,... piutiw. vi .,lLl,fUIHail uruiiun, 8:10 n. m. dally on Sunday stops nt nil sta tions; for Lexington, Staunton and Valloy Ilranch, H:lo a. in. dally, except Sunday; for Freelirlck, 8:10 a. m., 4:10 p. in. dally, except Sunduv. For local stations bctwoen Washington nnd Onlthersburg, 12:30 p, m. dally, oxOrpt San dnr. For Hagerstown and Winchester, 8: 10 a. m. dally, oxcept Sunday, and 5:30 p. ra. dally to Ilngcrslown; dally, except Sunday, to Win chester. Irnlnsnrrlvufrom Urn West dnlly.O, 720 a. m.. 1:15, 1.50 (New Orleans Express), and (1.30 p.m. I'rom Annapolis, 8:30 n, m. and 1:50 anct 0:25 p. m.t Suiidny.io .'in a.m. nnd U.35 p. m. From Lexington, 5.30 p. in. dally, except Sunday. From Frederick nnd Intermediate points, 8-2A n. m. and 8:15 p. in. dully, except Sun day. Trains leavo Haltlmoro for Wnshlugton nt 5:10, 0.30, 7:20. u, D.o-, and 1 0.30 a. m., 12:15. 2.30. 3, 4, 4.20. 5, 0.30. 8. 1) and 1 1 p. m. On snndais, (!.::(, 7:20, l) and 1)05 a. m 1:30. 2.30, 4:20, 5, (1:30, s, II and 11 p. m. All trains from Washington stop nt Relay Station, except 1.25, 3:15 nnd (1: 10 p. m. For further lnfoimatlon apply at tho Haiti more & Ohio ticket ofllco Washington Sta tion, 010 and 1351 Penna. nvo., corner of 1 1th st.. whero orders will bo taken for baggage to bo checked nnd recelicd nt nny lolnt In tho city. C. K. LORD, O. P. K. II. DUNHAM, Gen. Man.. Haltlmoro. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY (LEAVE II. & V DEPOT, SIXTH AND I1STS.) 7 00 A It.- For all wny stations, Lexington, Ky Loiilsilllu, Chiilnniitl, Columbus, St. Louts. Dally except Sunday 11 00 A M -For Newport Ncws.Old Point Comfort and Norfolk. Dally except Sun daj. G.SO P. M -ror Louisville, Cincinnati, St. louts and thlcago, connecting for all polnls West, Nmthivcst und Suiitlnvost: fast fX.rvs dally: docs not stop for local business; through Pullman servluo to Li.nlMlllo nnd Cincinnati. For tickets nod Infoi -nation apply ntC, Se O. llullniiy otlliu. Sit I'eniikylianla nvonui), under National Hotel; Vu. Midland Rail wiy (.fllie, (01 Piiitih)liuHla nienuu, r.udU. & P. Station, II. W. FULLER, C. W. SMITH. ''' "nAint. Cincrnl Mnnniei. FRANK TRKi'O, Enstcin Passenger Agent. Tclo bono (all Yn 11 WASHINGTON, OHIO & WESTERN R. R. On and ufler AUGUST 30, 18R5, trains will lean from und arrivo at nth and H tts. Depot as follows: Leavo Washington I) a. m. ntid 1:35 p. in., daily; arrive at Ileimont Park 10:51 n. m. and O.'Jllp. in.; Leosbiirg 1101 n. in and (1.3(1 p. m.: arrive ut Round 1111 at 1113 a. m, and 7:18 p in. Returning, leavo Round Hill H.Ola, m. und H mi p in ; pui Lceihurg (1:12 a. m. and 4:30 p. ni.:lli'lnio.t I'irk (151 n in und.VJO p, m., amlurrliH ut MuihliiRton at 8:35 a. m. and 7.10 p ij nn Mimlass the train leaving Washington ntlia m i nly rnn-tol.eo.burg, nnd tkoiinln urrli In; ut T.lo p in. sturls from Leeshurg siocl.il ixenrslou rates and bunday trains to iiilm mt I'm k Monthly and commuta tion rubs to nil k Ints. S M. IlROI'lli, hii.pt.. Aloxanilrla, Va. 1! J. LOCKWOOD, Pass. Agt., 507 Pa. avo. WanhbiL'lon. 1) C EXCUHMONSJ. Cl'lH'l f. notici:. O Tho STEAMER EXCELSIOR ot tho WASHINGTON AND NORFOLK LINE wlil bi withdrawn from tbo route after SUN HAY, SEPTEHHER 20. The STEAMER (IF.OIKIE LEAHY, com nn in nig sl.lTEMllEJt 21, will leavo "tli street Hilar I MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS AND I'RI hays ut 6.;io p. in. Returning, leiivo NOR FOIK, Irom Iloston wlurf, on Tl ESDaYs, Till ItSDAYS AND SATURDAYS at I p in. W.M. P WKlA I! n'lT (loiier.il genr ,1 T. l'EKNON f " 9IT. VIllt.NONI L1X MJJAMlill W. W. COUl OUAN Jjj'fgr Li-Hies 7th st. wl arf dnils.ox't'i t Sunday, for Mt. Ac rnon nt lo o'clock a in.; returning, reuebrs Washington aloul 3 30 u. m. T T III A I. .- f .,..! 1. m .'.i... v.i,.m. STl-AMUOAT-.. rroNOI'.FOIK AND FORT MONROE, THE I lol I I.AIi I.OITE. I. S Mull Mourn r ( I ( l,'( K I I ARY V.inclu, Wednesday and I ii, it, in in 1-H.t of ;thi , nt 5i p.m. ,.,in i,ii ins in1 ihki-tsutll.illlmoroAOhlii t i it-, , i an. 1 oil Pa uiu bt. Mar" llorcl i i l-i i I , u (as I'u. uio who will ill o 1 1 . i 'i I a 'i ,i ir..n hulrl and private re , , i, . i.i lurllii I loi'inatlou buitilio ut i , m hi ' o'li i 7Ui , viiMI, lif-,.noi') i I ;ts,l, w U.l.1 M V 'Vy pil.j-n, Jt,-'.. Ti FAllKS j riiitimn Miiiirix-'Snd.Norii.lk In-' i Ih's. Iui e 1 1 ; lo .mill trip i I 25 Mil u u Jnnc Moinloy Moudaj, Mv-lne. In aid .lir.rdul i 5:10 p in I i m- ml i.-icsi-oeureilutgeHeriil ..i 1 blMl' .(tr. t ivhsrf T Ii plui'iii) n'l.OI I. ' nu Ruer l.andliui, -teHmor '1 inai i son M iu'a.' Wcduusduy undlrldayul7 a.m. e" f I i -