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WOWDAY Septrmbcr 1 >, 1879.
The Weatber*
, indic ation8 to-dat.
oftici OF ohb? signal omcir,)
_ ^ Washington, Sept. is. lsrt. f
For the middle Atlantic states, warmer clear
weather, followed by Increasing c'.oadlnev*.
noi therly winds, shifting to southerly, lower
The following are the readings of the thermometer
at the signal Office daring the day: 7 a.m., I
M-; 7:3# a. m., .v>?; 19 midday, 70?; a p. m?
72?; maximum, 72?; minimum, 50?.
AntiikriiienU, etc., To*niffht?
^ National Theater.--" Queen'3 Evidence.*'
Ford's Opera limine.?Pinafore.
Th+me'* Summer Garden. ? Benefit Of Miss
Eva Mills.
Theater Coviiqve.?Varieties.
Condenved Locals.
The powerful electric light ordered by the V
8. government for use on the Capitol dome ar
Washington, costing Js,o?x>, was tested by the
manufacturers, In New York Saturday.
George carr. a prisoner at the Central police
station, made several attempts to hang himself
In his cell on Saturday night.
The crayon portrait of Col. W. G. Moore, presented
to Company A, Washington Light Infantry,
on Friday night, was executed by Baumipi
ten. from a photograph by McAllister. The
fli>t officers of t ne company (on the first parade.
Sept. 12th, l-vie,) were Jno. A. Blake, captain:
R chard C. France, 1st lleut.; Jno. MlUs, 2d
lleut.; Win. Mauro, 3d lleut; Jas. P. McKean.
quartern aste-; I)r. Jos. Borrows, surgeon. The
pi rtralt Is on exhibition at Ellis'.
The residence of P. I.. F-urneft, on K street,
near 9th, was entered Saturday by a sneak
thief, and some clothing and jewelry were
fctolen. From the premises of Robert Berebich
cn 7th street, and a lot of children's shoes we.e
Georglana Longford, colored, was found dead
In hed at her heme, No. 4.53 White's alley soutiiwest,
yesterday morning, and the coroner decided
that death resulted from natural causes
A colored man, named William Duckett',
while endeavoring to protect a simple old
negro, named Foster. Saturday, who makes h's
living by pedllng vegetables, who was being
annoyed by young roughs, was shot in the
head by a bullet fired by one of the pai ty. The
ball was extracted by Dr. Walter, who found
the wound to be slight. ,
The pump at the co. nor of mth and S streets
noithwest needs the serv ices of a doctor bad >y.
Ttornton II. Davis, colored, was arrested
Saturday by Detectives McDevltt and Voss cn a <
warrant sworn out by Mr. Arthur Shepherd,
special agent of the pension bureau, charging ]
h'tn with conspiring to defraud the government
by means of false and fraudulent pension ;
claims. !
The performances to-night at Thome's Sum- ]
mer Garden for the benefit of Miss Eva MlUs l
will te full cf interest. The Marine band wUi ]
Play. Ml as Mills, John Pugh. Warren Young ]
and Mr. Prutn will sing, and Ned Hay, Robr.
Downing and Miss Hattle Mcconnell will recite.
" The s. s. Union.?The Central Baptist s. ~S. '
i nion met yesterday aiternoon at the Shiioh i
church, on L street, between 16th and 17th <
streets. The school of Rehoboth church, Rev. ]
Henry Bailor, pastor, was admitted Into ti e j
anion. The election of officers resulted as fo'- i
lows:?Thomas Manning, president; John M
Washington, vice-president; Clement Robinson,
secretary; T. s. Robinson, assistant secretary. <
and Ja3. n. Payne, treasurer j
"Tot Spaids' Divorce Scit.?In the divorce !
salt of Spaids agt. Spaids in the Equity court (
m Saturday, Mr. Spaids procured an order of j
coort restraining Mrs. spaids, who still keeps i
the Owen house, from disposing of or secretin " 1
any of the stock, effects or credits of that es- 1
tabllshment while the divorce suit is pending. <
J*rs. Spaids had some weeks ago procured an <
order restraining him from interfering with her 1
management of the hoteL ]
a Small Point Decided.?on Saturday, Judge '
Mac Arthur, in special term, decided a motiou ]
tor "process of contempt" against Justice Chas. <
Walter, for disobeying a writ of certiorari grant- i
?d on the petition of the defendant In the case of
Rudolph Eichorn, executor, etc., against Fisher,
pending before him. The motion was argued, 3
and the court decided that under the schedule
m fees prescribed for justices of the peace Ju<=tiee
w was entitled to his fee of 50 cents for
cerLlying the record, and overruled the motion, j
Marshal Douglass and President Greener j
on the Colored Exodus.?Mr. Frederick Douglass,
m the paper which was read for him by ]
Profes sorvs ay land at Saratoga last Friday, takes 1
a conservative view of some questions In which 3
his own color are especially concerned. ]
maldn? ^ht of " the outrages cam- !
mitted In some parts of the southern states
against the negro." but sharing the "horror and i
lnd'gnatlon which they have excited, Mr 1
Douglass regards " the present agitation of an 1
African exodus from the south as ill-timed and
to some respects hurtful." He writes wirh ;
great plainness and force on the subject. \d- t
mitt'ng that the freedmen have still much to !
secure, be contends that they have gained a 1
great deal. Mr. Douglass believes that the \
men who encourage a forced and unnaturd
migration make a great mistake, though he
denounces the men who propose forcibly to
prevent it. j
President Greener, of the law school of Howard
\ Diversity, replied to Mr. Douglass' pa >er, i
^or5d,?e?ro emigration as removing him
Sr rea^na. mUCS m ltle S0Utu' aud for '
A Journalist ill.?Thos. J. Murray, for- 1
icerly on the Patriot, and lately connected with
the Capital and Sunday Gazette, is lying quite <
low with pneumonia, and there is but little <
hope of his recovery. He was taken sick on 1
Monday last, and since then has grown worse, l
The crisis in the disease will take place on i
w ednesday if he should live that lon>r. He is (
rooming at 11th and P streets northwest. f
Incident. ?in street-car. Lady, in shabby !
drees, to animated tailor's model, standing in <
?f??t ofher: "Will you please ring the bell, )
?'Pawdon, madam, I'm not the eonduc- i
taw?ah. '?"Indeed! What are you?" He gives i
It up. But if the same question, "What are
Jou?" were to be asked regarding Sanford's
amalca Ginger, thousands whom it has bene- \
fitted would answer in it3 praise. f \
Alexandria Notes.?The Gazette of Saturday '
has the following: It is expected that during ]
the fair week the military companies from <
Harrisonburg and Winchester will visit this <
city as the guests of the Light Infantry, in
"Which event there will be a very fine display oa
the grounds, on October 2d two companies of ]
the Washington Light Infantry, one in full and l
the other fatigue uniform, win be in attendance. 1
The dwelling of Mr.Robert Portner.on north 1
Washington street,was entered Friday night i
thiough the parlor window, which had been 1
left partly open, and a number of articles, such ;
ss vases, mats, piano cover, photographs, etc,
stolen. Officer Smith went to Washington Saturday
morning to trace the thief, if possible as '
It is supposed the things will be offered for sale '
Jhere Mr. Thomas Downey has purchased
from Mrs. S. a. Stoutenburg, niece of tho late
Joseph Cooney, the brick house adjoining his 1
store, on the corner of Royal and Cameron '
streets, ab ?ut twenty-three feet front on Came- 1
* ron street for $l 400 Mrs. Jannett Brown,
wife of A. r. J. Wallace Uooff, died last ^lirht
after a pr tracted Illness The repalTs to !
tie Alexa- drla canal aqueduct have been com- 1
pleted, and water win be let in and navigation
resumed on Monday. i
It was impossible to close on Saturday Hamburger's
stock of laces, edgings, velvet, silks
flowers, feathers. <ic. The sale will be continued
till further notice, s. Samstag, l-i^j Pa. ave. t
Temperance Meetings.?Yesterday afternoon
an enthusiastic reception was given to Charley
pye (wHo Tor six montiis past been entraired
in temperance work at St. Louis), at Hamline
church, and there was a crowded house The
"aeeUJ'S ?as oi**ned by Rev. w. l. McKenney,
who brietiy welcomed Mr. Nye and Introduced
him. and he at once took the stand and made a
very effective address. Major h. a. Hall also
made some remarks. Last evening Taiimadge
Hall was crowded to overflowing on the occasion
of the Dasbaway meeting, at which Mr.
Holloway presided. H. Clay sexton, chief enSineer
of the St. Louis fire department, was
itioduced and spoke for 45 minutes, making
an earnest appeal, and was followed by Charley
>yeinoneor his old-fashioned addresses, and
ire result of the meeting was 4/) signatures to
the piedge. Mrs. col. Daniels sang two solos
during the meeting.
MaWKwhn7.T^rruncral of tllc late John c.
w ^ v AbUene, Kar., about a week
motheX afternoon from his
KS? ^:rtcornerF street and New
Kn^hts of s? Wfr l. atte?^ by the
remains were Kn\oDstmA^^n(,s: Tue
and, after the services there to Mt Ci?nv^
where the interment was made v i^'*
day the luneral ser\ ices of Fannie Z Brai'irlr i
a teacher of tue colored public
Stevens huiiding, took place at the
Baptist church, and there was a large attend"
ance, Including the trustees of the sevem-i
division and many teachers. The pastor, jcpv
Jes-e Bo'deu, preached the sermon, and Kev"
George Bridle assisted in the services.
I:okan neck'.a< es and cr,ml locket, at Prigg's. t
The Bout or a C'o:.oked Man was recovered
yeaterthiy morning rrom the fiats near the
Lorg Bridge. '1 he remains had evidently be<?n
bt>me time in the water. The body Is supposed
to be that of Jarne* White, colored, of No. 1302
L street southeast, who ran into the river on
Frida> last, to avoid pursuit alter a robbery at
>'0. H'S Louisiana avenue. The coroner gave a
certificate of accidental drowning.
- t
District Government Affairs*
B. F. Harper has been n a) pointed an ac tional
priva(e In Georgetown.
The Commissioners have awarded the contracts?the
bds ff>r which were opened la^t
week?for asphalt to W. C. Murdock, and stone
pavements divided between Thomas Joyce and
Wm. Buckley (the laiter taking 2d street.
Georgetown, and F street, between 7th and
4.975 checks have been drawn by Mr. Dodge
In the return of excessive water rents collected
of water takers?the amount thus far repaid
being $24 875.
The number of drawback certificates Issued
by Mr. Roome, in charge of revisions of special
assessments, up to 2 o'c'ock to-day were 2,138,
aggregating In amount $142,624.01.
ssued by Inspector Kntwisle:? A. Burgdorf,
livery stable, three-story brick, ao% by 9(? feet:
$s,ik)o. N. Anderson, two-story brick. 14th, between
S and T sts.; $2,500. J. J. Cook, twostory
brick, lith, between D and C sts. n.w.:
$r>oo. James D. Cleary, three-story brick, loth
and H sts. n.w.; $3,600. II. Striker, summer
kitchen, 9th and I sts.; $50. John Lynch, coal
bin, 12 Prospect St.. Georgetown; $15. G. Lybrand.
add story on back building, 631 Maryland
ave.; $142. T. B. Shoemaker, repair shingle
roof, West, between Noith st. and P st. bridge,
Georgetown; $25. J. A. Augusterfer, one-story
brick, G st., between 3d and 4tb n.e.: $15<>. Angelica
Simpson, three-story brick, 8th, between
Pa. av. aca D St.; ?4,ooo. Baptist Church, tsth
and Cedar sts., repair roof; $25. H. Birch, enclose
baih room, 2401 Pa. av.; $ . Dr. Chapln,
erect two show windows. 712 7th st.; $452. II.
Butler, build brick fence, ftth st., between E
and F n.w.; $35. Wm. Shields, 909 13th st. n.w.,
repair kitchen; $30. James Fowier, build fruit
stand, 4th and Pa. av. s.e.; $10. Maria Wai-e,
summer kitchen, between isth and 19th and I)
and E sts. n.w.; $20. Mary A. Godman, repair
sMngle root 4# and M st. s.w.; $125. Ilenrv
Brlnlger, build shed 421 A st. n.w.; $15. Martha
A. Mack, enlarge wood shed l30t> 0 h st; * > >
B. Dlggish, build two-story dwelling 6th, bet.
G and I s.e.; $3,ooo. R. Thornton, build area
111 O st. n.w.; $40. j. w. Davis, build bay window
2313 I st. n.w.; $ . Murphy, build
wood and coal shed llth, bet. F and G n.e.
Amusements, Etc.
National Thbatek.?The National will be
opened for the week to-night by the Mordaunt-Boniface
combination. Ttie "melodrama
"<v>ueen's Evidence* will be presented. It is
somewhat on the sensational order, and is lull
of lr.terr~t. The situations are striking, and
the p'ot happily conceived and well worked out.
It will be put on the stage with great, care.
Fobd s Opera nouss.?"Pinafore," of which
the public seems never to tire, will be the attraction
at Ford's Opera House this week. The
company is a good one. It comprises Miss
Marfe Bockel as Josephine; Mr. Hogandorp.
Admiral; Miss Lizzie Annandale, Buttercup:
Miss Blanche Thompson, Ilebe; Mr. Torrlanl,
Captain, and Mr. Arendt, the Boatswain.
Theater Comiqub.?The Theater Comlque
Has a new com* any this week and a new bill.
TnoKNE's Summer Garden.?To-night Miss
Ei a Mills will be tendered a benefit at the summer
garden. She will be ably assisted, and a
most attractive programme has been arranged
Por the evening. Miss Mills is so popular and
has so many friends that the garden will doubtless
be crowded this evening.
Picnics. Excursions, Ac,
The Mary Washington will leave to-morrow
it 9 a.m. for Quantlco and Potomac city.
The Departmental Half Dozen's trip to Richmond
will be made next Wednesday, or Thursday,
if it rains Wednesday. The trip to West
Point, Va.. will be made on the Lady of the
Lake. From there to Richmond the journey
will be by rail. _
A Singular Proceeding.?About l o'clock
yesterday morning private watchman O'Donaell.on
duty on 1st street, near New York avenue.
was startled by the screams of a woman,
ind going towards the place he metawelliressed
wnlte woman, who said she had been
assaulted. He advised her to go home, and was
ibout to blow his whistle for an officer when
three young white men came up, and one broke
His lantern. The girl in the meantime started
Sown 1st street and the men after her, and
D'Docnell also started after them, when they
fired fc ur shots at him barely missing him. He
However, kept them in slgl t for a time, but by
the time he reached 7th and K streets and fell in
with Officer Fitzslmmons, they had disappeared.
Officer Fitzslmmons returned with
D'Donnell to the scene, but could find no trace
or clue as to who the parties were.
Blue Points only 25c. per doz. Malson D'Oree,
next to W Ward's. t '
A ccidbnts.?Joseph Fitzgerald, aged seven
years, son of Thomas Fitzgerald, corner of 24th
Mid N streets northwest, had both of nls legs
broken below the knee, while attempting to
climb upon the wheel of a cart which was moving
by his father's house on Saturday. Drs. H.
M. Newman and Basil Norrls rendered surgical
Hd Willie Cleavers, a white boy or seven
rears, was knocked down on Pennsylvania aveaue
near the Capitol, yesterday afternoon, bv
be horses of cnarlot No. 21. and badly huit
ibout the leg and head. Dr. Mareteller renlered
surgical aid, after which the boy was
aken to his home, No. 26 North A street, in the
x)llce ambulance Yesterday morn ng, as a
jattle train was coming across the Long Bridge,
F. J. Burke, of Russell county, Va., who had
?me cattle on the train, was knocked off the
x>p of a car, as Is supposed, by a telegraph wire
langlng too low, and he was badly bruised
ibout tie head and face, ne was taken to
f)owling's drug store and attended by Dr. M K
llllams. Mr. Sharp, of the B. & P. R. R., tor k
aim in charge and had him conveyed to the
American hoase. His Injuries are not serious.
Chabged With Assault.?This morning, in
ihe Police Court, Judge snell, Edward Fitzgerild,
who yesterday drove a chariot over a little
toy on Capitol Hill, named Wm. Cleaves, wa^
irraigned for assault and battery, and the ci^e
iras continued.
Harbison the Revivalist Criticised.?The
jamp-meetlng conducted at Desplalnes, near
Chicago, by the revivalist, Mr. Harrison, has
jeen severely criticised by the local religious
>ress. Ths Interior says that the revivalist's
jerformaDce "is a monstrous caricature of the
Christian religion and brings the most holy and
solemn act of the soul into public contempt;"
:he Aevr Covenant declares that '-for absurdity,
superstition and folly" the scene was only ever
mrpassed among the negroes of the south and
idds, "the sentiments and language employed
5y the leader, Harrison, and the gross benavior
>f ministers and converts were wholly discreditable,
If not utterly disgraceful." while the
Alliance says roundly that the whole affair,
which took p,""> "in the presence and under
:he direction ui Presiding Elder Willing, was a
llsgrace to the Methodist denomination."
On the other hand it Is conceded that Mr.
Elarrlson Is successful in drawing large audijnces
and In keeping up the interest of the ex;rclses
to a remarkable degree.
Dbed8 in Feb have been recorded as follows:
Enoch Totten, trustee, to Abraham II. nerr,
property on the east side of Congress, 307 feet
rom corner of Road street, Georgetown; $5,550
Sathanlel Carusl to Eugene C'arusl, lots 21. 22
ind 23, sq. 234; $1,260. W. F. Mattlngly, trustee.
G. N. Leonard, lot 29, and part of lots 2^> and
JO, Sq. 620; $5.
TnB Commissionbrship.?Among those talked
of for the coming vacancy In the board of District
Commissioners are ex Sergeant-at-Arms
J. R. French, Thomas J. Fisher, Lewis J. Davis
John T. Given, Richard Wallacli, John T. Mitchell,
A. S. Solomons, Dr. J. B. Blake. i>r
Toner, w. B. Reed, Thomas Hume, Wm. Dixon
and J. H. Saviiie.
Is stated that until Mr. W. B. Reed presents his
credentials as fine commissioner to the District
authorities it cannot be expected that his name
should go on the rolls, and as this has not been
done, of course the rolls dojaot contain his
name. To prepare the case for the action proposed,
the Commissioners say Mr. Reed should
make formal presentation of his credentials to
Thb Court in gbnbral Tbrm will meet next
Monday, and It will have the largest calendar
since the organization of the court?152 cases in
Marriagk Licenses have been issued to
George Nicholson and Caroline Brown; Oscar
.Johnson and Ann Montgomery; Chaa. D. Scott
and Ella Chllds; John H. Frless and Grace
Spence; Chas. T. Wamallng and Emma J. McDermott;
Justine J. McCarthy and Mary E.
O'Conner; Jaiaes L. Grant and Rebecca C. Short;
George Francis McGee and Mary Ellen Carter;
Joseph Rlchter and Johanna Buckley.
The Pittsbubo TeU(jra)>h tells how a restaurant
keeper got rid of the tiles that infested his
place. The doors and windows were closed and
a train of very tine gun-powder was laid In narrow
strips over the tloor, and the spaces between
the stripe were carefully pained with
molasses. In an incredibly short time all the
hies In the room seemed to ba on the tloor, enJojlng
the luxurious repast bo temptingly set
berore them. It was but the work of an instant
to lire the train; the result, when carefully
weighed, was two pounds three ounces of d >ad
files. Uow many ounces of gun-powder were
uied is not stated.
A Monster Telescope.?Ti>e new refracMrg
telescope ordered by M. struve, the director or
the Russian observatory at Pulkovva, from
Alvan Clark & sons, Cambridgeport, win have
the largest object glass in the world. The aperture
ot the great telescope at Washington is 2(5
lricLes. That of the Instrument for Vienna now
^iLgmade by Messrs. Grubb,of Dublin, will be
" The object glass of the new tol: vTi
Russia la to have a clear aperture or
wi nmhiiv focal length is not yet fixed, but
kiVr.fl,, about 40 feet The objective
rt p within eighteen months artet
vptr^i"J#ave been obtained, or three
L'.<1 the contract,
r*"The walls of buudtagNoTT\vest Fourteenth
street, Mew \ork, led Saturday, bum ig
nve workmen, injuring them more or less'b-r
none fatally. '
Iforc Fire Board Amendments?
Editor Stat:?Will the decision of First Comptroller
Porter, of the U. s Treasury, settle the
fire board controversy, us stated in Saturday's
Star? if the question gets before him at all.
and it Is not likely, as the case stands at present,
tha*. Mr. Reed's claim will go before nlm
from the District oflice for auditing, but supposing
it should get before him and he should
decide that Mr. Reed is entitled to pay, has he
the power to draw a warrant for the pay or to
order the District authorities to do it? Supposing
this difficulty overcome, what authority
has First Comptroller Porter to drop one of the
three members of the present board of nre commissioners
from the pay-rolls? They were
legally appointed and qualified and hold their
places until legally removed by the District
Commissioners. There are other equally knottv
points in the case, but the above queries are
enough to suggest others to the intelligent
reader and lead to the conclusion that it may
not be so easy for Mr. Porter to "settle the controversy
' ne is not likely to do more th in decide^
such points as properly come before htm
lor u6ClStOD? 0
? EQr 7 COURT-Judpi Mac Arthur.
? D80n5gt- Plant; sale finally ratiagt
Drakely; auditor's report do.
Clancy agt. Cou^hian; pro confesso. Coyle agt.
Davis; on hearing.
? _ i'oucE CorRT?JuJaeSwll.
i,wi^ Llias- Faley and John T. Simmons,
? and bo sterous, forfeited collateral, chas.
frm/ell, dlsturb.ng the quiet of Georgetown.
d?- ^Maria Taylor, destroying public property;
$.0 or 30 days. Klsie Robinson, loud and boisterous;
f5 or 15 days. Frank Ash, unlawful
cow yard; Jl or 7 days. John II. Thomas, vagrancy;
bonds or 30 days. W'm. Littleton, destroying
private prorerty; $io or 30 days. Edward
-Johnston, profanity; $5 or 7 days. Jas.
Littleton and Patrick Tyler, bathing in the
river; $1 or 7 days each. John Jackson, carrying
concealed weapons; $50 or 6<t days. Wni
Burke, lai vny of some articles of clothing from
Michael Nejmeyer; 5 months In Jail. llhodie
Royal, profanity; forfeited collateral. Wrn
Burke, assault on Alexander (files; 30davs in
jail. Ilillery Washington, larceny of a horse
wagon and harness from Felix M. Dranev*
grand jury. W in. Lewis, assault on Mary *j'
Lewis; pei-sonal bonds. Also, with assault on
Ella Parties; personal bonds. Charles Johnson,
affray; f> or 15 days. Augustus Swarcv
larceny of a setter dog from Nathaniel Sales'jail
30 days. Lizzie McConnell, profanity; $5 or
lo Q8J 9?
Maury, sister of Col. James A.
Magruder a former resident and well-known to
i"h?b5,?nts ?f Georgetown, died at her residence
In Kentucky Friday last. The remains
p,ace and were taken in
charge by Mr. Birch, the undertaker. The
chapel takC plaCC fl0m Uak 11111 C8metery
about 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, nenry
Dade, a colored boy, 5 years old, living at 13
Montgomery street, (Georgetown, while playing
with a pistol, shot himself In the left hand,
making a llesh wound. '
0^Ki'N Akrivai s.?Boat Samuel Jarboe, with
2,3oo bushels of wheat and 1,000 bushels of
corn; boat Loudoun, with 2,800 bushels oi wheat
and 1,000 bushels of corn.
Merchants' Exchange ?Offerings on 'chan^o
to-day 5,ioo bushels of wheat, with sales as follows:?515
bushels at fi.ll, 550 do. at fi.12>.
1.350 do. at fi.ia.Si, 330 do. atfl.ll#, 1,300 do. at
The Art of Staining, !
yearly contemporary with the revival of
Gothic architecture applied both to ecclesiastical
and secular buildings, the taste for the en?cl"neDt
of such edifices by the Introduction
Painted glass has revised and
flourished. The secret of communicating to
? ^ss?, exiulsite and glowing colors so richly
and harmoniously blended in the few uninjured
specimens that remained In the mediaeval
churches of Great Britain, if not absolutely
lost, was long burled In obscurity. Another I
most serious impediment was the difficulty or
producing a pigment which should possess sufficient
affinity with the glass to be readily inwrporated
with It, an! yet be capable of reduction
to a consistency favorable to its use as
^ o^lnary k]?d of painting material to be'
??' variously treated, according to the
artistic necessities of the manipulator. Bat
these and other minor obstacles gradually dlstbe
searching investigations of
negiccted an Ert tliat bad 1)6611 80 l0D=
Let us now follow the art of glass stalnln through
its chief stages. The design of the
window being determined upon, and the car[9??
or ful1 sized drawing being prepared, a
1^ .? skeleton drawing is made, showing only
the lines which indicate the shape of each
separate piece of glass. It is apparently not I
?fnerally understood that a window is not one
piece of glass, to which are applied the various I
colors displayed, but a number of small pieces
which are united by grooved lead, which encloses
each Individual fragment, and that each
different color we see Is the color of that parP,lec?
g.las8'the only painting material
employed being the dark brown pigment
Xl?oiit0 dmn?e the more Plicate and minute
details. This skeleton or working drawi-io- I
then passes to the cutting room, where sheds
?n Im;l&lnable shade are arranged
i? IS ?' eacb faring a number, by wiilca ;t
particular tint is known. The drawing beli'i" I
numtered on each separate piece of glass by
means of a frame containing all pieces of ever v
shade. and each numbered according to t'le*
rack containing the glass of that color, the u e
of this frame renders unnecessary the tediois
Sa^iesst?f vwJS,Un^ eacb rack in search of the
Kicular shade required; the glass is laid bit
PJ? ?he drawing, and each piece is then
cut tt> the required sk ipe by means of a diamond.
t?be ?}ass 13 ent ^ passes to the painter.
3,,?' JWPS It over the drawing, traces upon it
with his brush all the details of features, folds
of drapery, foliage, etc., as designed by the
artlht. But as the action of the weather and
continually varying conditions of the atmosphere
would speedily remove every vestige of
paint if left in this state, it is necessary to subject
the painted glass to the action of heat by
placing it for several hours In a kiln, under the
Influence of which the p&Jnt is fused into absolute
affinity with the glass, and becomes absol^1^
lncorP?rated with its substance. After
this burning process, It only remains for the
different pieces to be united with the grooved
leaden frame work which binds the whole together.
The placeB where the leads loin are
then cairfuiiy soldered together, and nothing
remains but to thoroughly work over the whole
surface with a thick kind of cement, which fills
up any interstices between the glass and lead
and renders the whole panel perfectly waterl
tight and weather proof.?[Chamber? Journal.
hitney'a Opera House, at
Detrclt, Mich., was crowded Saturday evening
rtw}tn?fs the wrestling match for m>, beat
two in three falls, between col. J. a. McLaughlin,
of Detroit, and Theobaud Bauer, or
M*w \ ork. 1 he first round, collar and elb jw
EK "SPi* McLaughlin in three minute/.
The second round, Greco-Roman, was won by
Bauer In 27 minutes. The third rouud, catcafficatch-can,
was won by McLaughlin in seven
A Case of Love at Fiiist Sight.?Yesterd iv
morning, while a widow of some forty-five summers
was quietly sitting in the ladles' reception
rc^atthe car shed, waiting for the outwardbound
Macon train to^back down, ashort heavy
L ieJn^n* ^tn shaggy whiskers, deliberately
walked up to her, and, without the slightest
warning or the shadow of an Introduction,
began making a proposal of marriage In the
most earnest manner imaginable. After expressing
in unmistakable and ardent language
the rervor of his Impromptu affection,
he stated that he was the
01 }'<*? acres or lan<1 ,n the western
,r^ of,th? 8tate- and bad the honor
w> be the fond parent of two interesting cbn.
dren, aged respectively seven and eight years
and who were at that moment enjoying the
privilege of excellent schooling. He then proceeded
to beg her to marry him at once, and ir
sue could not make it convenient to do so then
and there, please to register a promise that siie
would, under no circumstances, put the weddlng
off longer than the ensuing Saturday. The
orr-hand lover spoke in such a rapid and impassioned
strain that it was impossible to check
him until the tale had been told. WherePPpn
/he elderly lady, having recovered
floin the confusion and amazement inseparable
from a courtship so startling
In character. blushlngly, but firmlv
informed him that he was a -rank" strange.- to
her, having never laid eyes on him beforef that
she way taken completely aback by his ofT-hand,
tliough warm proposal; that she had not even
the pleasure of knowing li s name, and while
she appreciated his kindly sentiment for her
she could not consent to become his wife on such
exceedingly short notice. I'pon this he granted
her a brief hour for reflection and walked awav
returning promptly berore the departure of the
Macon train, and, taking a seat beside her In the
ladles' car, was again pressing his suit In the
most urgent manner as the reporter passed out
Of the Shed.?[A tlanta Constitution, 5th.
Col. INC.ERSOLL'8 POLITICS.?Col. Bob In^er
soil says: "Whether I act with the republican
party or not, will depend on how the republican
parly believes and acts. If that party agrees
with the statement recently made by one o
Its leaders, that the government cannot protec
Its citizens at home, and nothing is left for the
colored people but to submit and suffer?if that
is republicanism 1 am not a republican." He
addea that he was not lighting the republican
pai ty and concluded, "if they (the republicans)
will help me, or help the cause of human
rights, I will help them with all my might.
But aa for political speaking, 1 do not hanker
alter it. i rom ls&s to ls7<; I took no part in
politics whatever, and did not in: end again to
make a political speech, but was lrawn by circumstances
into the last Pies tenth-l campaign."
I t?~llon. Wm. T. Hamilton, id., was at
the New York Hotel Saturday.
American Girls Abroad*
a tribute to thk b8auty ok uncle sam's
It Is doubtful whether any country in the
world pre duces so many pretty vlrls as America.
and it Is ceitaln that some of the prettiest
in the world are Americans. Tne fact is Indisputable
as the causes of It are obscure. It. was
one of the peculiarities of Venus, as a goddess,
that there could be no doubt whatever about
her beauty. There was a great deal to be said
for Jut o. as she swept along with that stately
peacock trailing Its tall on the sward, and It
was impossible to deny the attractions of
Minerva, still the moment Venus came
into the field, Paris held out his hand and
put the apple In hers. So it is with the
pocket edition of the godJess, which the busy
City of Bunkum and Shoddy publishes In wholesale
quantities. The little New York beauty is
Irresistible so long as she keeps her mouth
shut, and almost irresistible even when she
opens it. Everything seems to be against her.
' (ilve me blood," said the aristocratic, preeminently
carnivorous old lady who met young
Davhl copperfleld and asked him whether he
went much into society, " give me blood; there's
nothing like blood." Most people would agree,
in a limited sense. We know the beauty of
our aristocracy and attribute It largely to
high birth and good breeding. We know
the dignity and bearing of an Austrian
lady, and the common-place comeliness of a
little German parvenu. We have our pet theories,
ready cut out and dt led, and can apply
them to every case. The lion and the unicorn
are fighting for this crown of beauty, and up
comes the little Yankee belle and knocks them
both down. The lmpaitlal Paris (in a suit of
dittos), standing with his hands in his pockets
on the Rhine bout, and not paying the slights!
attention to the scenery, but looking an the
pretty girls of all the countries in the world,
slupies out the New York Venus in a moment.
He has not a doubt but he is right, and she
thinks that he's ?n excellent Judge.
And yet, as we've said, every thing is against
her. She comes to us across the Atlantic with
that horrible twang that spoils every thing,
and of which she seems utterly unconscious
She pe.ks it up in your lace with the most prevokliig
naii<i froid, and so do her sisters, her
cousins and her aunts. Her motser accompanies
her, and a hatchet-face, objectionable
brother, who seems to have the grace to
know that he is not a gentleman, and is,
in consequence, alternately depressed and
defiant. A man, however, matrimonially
tncllLCd, gazing on that alpaca mother, finds
serious couitshlp a difficulty. A little genial
flirtation is, however delightful, and it is imI
o.-sible to withstand so much beauty set off by
such a charm of manner. The little American
does not object to the Ulrtatlon. but she has a
frugal mind, and knows the kind of lover who
is likely to develop into a husband. Yet with
all her frugality, she has a mind on pleasure
bei t, and flirting, which in Bngland is a
Eractice and in France an occupation, is for
er a science, which she studies conscientiously,
and In which she makes
dally progress. She is still young, perhaps
not out of her teens, but she has
heard a great deal, seen a great deal, knows a
treat deal, and certainly makes no secret of her
experience. She Is perfectly frank, and her
absolute realism protects her from some of the
bad effects which flirtation produces in English
girls, it Is hard to avoid admiring her, and it
is impossible to believe that the lady In alpaca
Is hern other. The h ttchet-faced brother seems
to smoke so much of his life out through his
nostrils as he has not already expectorated
through his Hps. On the whole, the property
affords a delightful view, but the incumbrances
are heavy?uncommonly heavy.
The English critic, admiring freely this
unparalleled beauty, begins to think whether it
can last Well, let It be confessed that the
aspect of an American mother is not encouraging.
one wonders whether she could ever
ha\e been pretty, or ladylike, or attractive.
One looks from mother to daughter with a puzzled
anxiety. Surely all the American fathers
must have been very handsome. And yet those
citizens of New York who do come over the
Atlantic are, no doubt, excellent men of
business, but have very little in common
with Apollo or Antlnous. Perhaps, after
all, the English girls are not so bad. Possibly
they may not be such gawkles as they are said
to look. If they are, one fact Is at least clear;
they soon grow out of It. American beauty
has some consolation even for a Jealous English
critic. Be must admire it. He cannot
deny it. It Is not a matter to argue about or to
dispute. The little New York paivenu, with
an ancestry that throve on shoddy, and a parentage
that grew rich on petroleum, has, notwithstanding
these antecedents, a beauty
that Is at once captivating and refined. And
yet there is consolation for the English girl.
"I had scarcely taken orders for a year," says
the dear, delightful vicar of Wakefield, "before
I began to think seriously of matrimony, and
choose my wife, as she did her wedding dress,
not for a fine, glossy surface, but for such
qualities as would wear well." When we look
at the New York beauty, brilliant In silk, and
then turn to the faded, worn-out mother, dingy
in alpaca, we may feel perfectly certain that
Dr. Primrose would not have crossed the Atlantic
for his bride.?[London May/air.
Ex-Empbess Eugenie's Wealth.?The exEmpress
of France is said to be one of the richest
widows in England. In addition to her
Hungarian estate she has a castle In Spain and
a nice place In Switzerland. But hard cash is
what comes most useful to dethroned sovereigns
who hope to return, and of this the Empress
has long had abundance. It is estimated
in Paris that she is worth at least
1,ow,(too sterling. Only recently she sold a
large block of house property in the Rue
d'Aiba, in Paris, and M. Rouhe's house,
a well-known political ceLter at the corner
of the Rue de 1'Elysee, was hers, In her own
light, and was sold last year for ?l5,ooo.
The death of the Prince adds to her property,
since he left, to her a considerable amount of
landed property In Italy, as well as the Touloure
property, bequeathed to him by the grisly
general who had been equenyto the Prince
when he tcddled about the corridors of the
Tulllerles nearly three feet high and weighed
with the miniature unlfoim of a colonel in
the Gent Garde. This vast property was
no encumbrance to the Empress while yet
Bhe a son to live and scheme for. It was
drained pretty freely by the Bonapartlst organs
of tfie press in France. The Ordre ana the
Pay? were lavishly supported by the Empress,
and she also drew handsome checks In favor of
the redaction of the Gaulois. The need for
keeping these fires warm is now dead. The
Empiess Is not likely to keep newspapers alive
to work for her good cousin Jerome; she will
not, however, find her riches an embarrassment
as long as the priests have ready access to her.
A newspaper supplies large outlets for superfluous
cash but I think on the whole the
Church can hold Its own In rivalry of this character,
and & good church-woman like the Empress
will not find occasion to distress herself
for means of disposing of the Interest, and
eventually the capital of a million sterling.?
[Cor. Philadelphia, Timet*.
tsrBen Butler's only hope of becoming a governor
Is to marry a governess.?[at. Louis TimenJuurnal.
KB"'Henry Ward Beeclier preached his la?-t
sermon of the season at the Fabyan House, N.
11., yesterday. Excursion trains ran on all
the'roads. About 1,000 persons were present.
The" subject was, "How shall I Inherit eternal
urcol. John W. Forney, of Philadelphia.
Walt Whitman, the poet, and others have arrived
at Lawrence, Kansas, from the East, to
participate in the quarter centennial celebration
of old settlers to-day and to-morrow.
HrRichard Gllholy, a show card maker in
New York, was fatally stabbed Saturday night
by John Jones, at the latter's residence, after
serving upon him a summons In a civil suit.
nrpresldent Hayes left Cincinnati Saturday
for his home, Fremont, Ohio, accompanied by
General Sherman and Attorney General Devens.
rwThe conductors, gatemen and platform
men of the New York elevated railroad have
been notified that a reduction of twenty per
Tent, in their wages will go Into operation toGay.
I' tar~The dates of the several political conventions
In Massachusetts are as follows: Youn?
Republican Conference, Worcester, Sept. 15;
Republican Convention, Worcester Sept. 16;
Butler Democrats, Worcester, Sept. 17; Butler
Independents, Worcester, Sept. 18; prohibitionists,
Horticultural Hall, Boston, Sept. '24,
Democrats, Faneull Hall, Boston, Oct, 7.
Regulate tbe Blood t
Take that wonderful preparation, Quirk'* Iri*h
Tea. It cures biliousness. Price 25 cents.
To Itadlea and Gentlemen.
We wish to call attention to A. Fischer's
Chemical Scouring and Dyeing Establishment,
No. 9<J6 G street, near 9th street. By promptly
adopting the latest Improvements, whether of
American or European Invention, he Is enabled
to do his work in a manner not to be equalled
by i hose not possessing these facilities. Ladies'
and Gent's Garments thoroughly cleansed. The
effectual removal of grease spots guaranteed!!!
Through skillful pressing and reflnishlng all
garments will appear like new. Cheapest prices
In ihe city according to tbe work done, and
suiting dull times.
Ilurralit _ , ,
Quirk'* Irish Tea, the poor man's friend. Frlce
25c. Prevents a bilious attack. Sold by druggists.
Skinny Men and Women are not admired. If
lacking In flesh, vital, brain, or nerve force, use
" Welles' Health Renewer." Greatest remedy on
earl h for impotence, leanness, sexual debility,
premature decline, &c., Ac. fi, at druggists';
advice free. Depot, 68 Barclay street, N. Y.,
and for Washington at48o l'a. ave. 3,24-eoiy
'ou*' ing Syrup has been used for children
It corrects acidity of the stomach, relieve?
win? iMi.: regulates the bowels, cures dysen
ey hi dill rrnoea,whenevcr arising from teeth
, tig i r t * :\9\ causes. An old ftnd well-tried r mt.
a Lottie
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(I 63( 90 i') 99508 20 (
( VV- -O 63756 KM) 99655 20 t
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'( 20 64053 . () 99988 20 t
SO 64059 -0 ^
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. ?? 32fi?l dJ4Wll;F Hjoond Capital Prise, ?10,000,
? ho e ?old in N>w York.
No. 49 068, drawlntr Third Capital Prize, 95.000,
rhole cw.14 in st Louis.
torlT' 57,3t0 a,ld f,c'738- ?2,500 each, sold iu New
Nob. 9 682 35.87*. 66.122. 8\005, 87.940. ?1,000
-ftcb, t old in New \ork and New Or.cans.
2 219u 300 4!<0fiI 100
iS\i *1912 200 49<r.2 100
?? 3W14 200 49063 100
3W :?91R 2O0 49064 100
1-KJVT 2SHi -i1916 i 200 49065 100
?7^! *5 415112 '-*10 4SH)6B 100
J7B1? ?*> 200 49067 100
"SSS:::::::S5 SB 8S?S !S8
ijupili *>*. belnir U? 'two' U?t
5?o ooo. gio^ uumber drmwiw the capital prire of
NTOH>R^*??T'iJS,,r ??P**vlwdthe SINGLE
M^7r,niSi5^iL?htreby crtifv that the alwve
h2 ini?<2Slr\b?rV *Bicb were thin day drawn from
SCSa"16 wheel with thepiize* cor185"
O""" ?? * ?
Prize? cashed in full without dedSi^."10"0"'
A. Splendid Opponunity io Win A Fortune
UTH. IH79,? 11 ;tt hKnnthiL," u>rmwij??.
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
This institution wm retrularly Incorporated by the
C*KiBl?tnre of the 8tate for Educational and Ouarljfb'e
purposes in 1868 for the termofT^entvtheStIta"tL
???trmct the toviolable faith
monthly on the second
foHcShk D^bufconf* " l**1"0 ' Look at the
? 980.000
1 Capital Prize....... io 000
1 Capital Prize 7.1".Zl'.'.:: R CKW
2 Prizes of f21ftlX' 5 0,,,,
asssssf ''as ,ga
2(2! I^rizes of 1(6<i
no prizes of 20.':;.'.';,'*.*" ? MS,
1000 Prizes of 10........V : . * ljooo
9 Approximation Prizes of f30ii 2.700
9 Approximation Prizes of 300 1,800
_ 9 Approximation Prizes of 100 yoo
L867 Priies, amounting to fllMOO
Responsible corresponding agents wanted at all
i^bepaicf01'10whom * kberal compensation
Application fbr rates to clubs should only be made
?tpe Home Office in New Orleans.
J^S-cleariy statin* full address, for further Inormatlon,
or send orders to
_ _ ? M. A. PAI PBUf.
?' Box 693* He w Orleans, Ls.,
>r same person at '
Wo. 310 Broadway, ZVew York.
AExtraordinary Drawinotare undf I
car*?^"01 ?*?*? qnali
SaSSSfflyUK1"'' *"""? <o?U ?rtx
OAKMd PINE WOOD in the stick or sawed and
?lit, at lower prices than ever before offered in tliii
1*9 tr STEP HEN SOW li BRQ.,
"vtr 7thstreet wharf.
riKSSSg ST&EE? ? Lrt~
rtlch wfll be sold It bottom^priaM.
OaU early and leave your orders.
998 Ia.ov.aa4 IK at,.
Between B and Oia
Wharf foot of 8d st a.a. ayT-ly
JOHNWW bbothebsl wwd>
?OOD. T*LEPi|OHio^oiwaoTioKa GOAL.
JOOD. Prompt Deliveries. OOAL
.ssmssjs^S; wsrss"^
vharvea, factory, extensive store yards ?T>mKH?fl q
?*<"* op.lMyaly when ooal fa k}weat;offloM
j city. and all in <wmwfllahi oommuniprompt
attention to orders, we are
)reP*red to offer to our patrons the best vanettee of
oalatthevery lowest pricea. iweueaoi
K)SSitaf1,or8*rtctl7pur*??^ ,5U4D
-Wsfn offloe, mill and depot, foot of 12th, isth and
rsU-aw. Offices: 1302FsTnw.;llU^rtTn.w
^a. ave. s.a. lyl>-tr *'
Fall and Winter Clothing
SATURDAY, September 18th, 1879.
lOll renntvltmnim ave.,
?ep!2-tr Three Doors from 11th street.
OPLAR, 1 inch and M, Na 2 per 100 ft, not
FHITE PINE BHINQLE8, No. 2..per 1000. SL7C
LEAR BIDING, X inch (without a knot),
per 100 ft......... (LOO
1BQINIA FINE BOARDS per 100 ft. Mots.
ITFRESS BBINGLE8, No. 2 per 1000, S4.60
tnjVAx Waibhw, P. 01
11 the activeMocks, and also carry same on very
tioderato margin as Ion* as desired. They negotiate
Li-privileKSS iff rates that affora large and
reanent profits with very limited liability. Their
xplanatory circulrir and stock report, containing
niart^m'S&r ^ tne 00 4ppUc*tl011
FILLS. The beat remedy known. Thousands
th^reffloagN S^d^yjll drngrtta. STOTT
i OROMWELLT wholesale AgantsTMa 480 Pena.
Ivanla am ap22-ly
128 Mb street, cor. F northwest All kindi sold an J
xchuurod, on easy terms. Ranting and Repairing.
Washdiotok, D. a
)?SdE0olQinbi*nL4W Baaain?. ?U? *t. between
1 Jy81-6m
*E\y.-Tle Southern Pacific Tea
*qiiality of TEA and COFrives
GliS^Si ^ ^where for the Prioe. and
th6tiSru.w ' c-?10 ewry **"??* **
f ? v
111 '1[ ?'
S'iioMDA?. tbwS??i??5io^SSr,ijrD
The EccentMc Oo?n??iuation, Specialty BurlttQu^
and Fem?le Minftrel Troop*. Bvht S^ rite And Dance
Artists. Four Great End Men. lea Beautiful
Yonng Ladle*.
The gr?at afterpec\ " LoverV 8trat w?a " The
Greatest Coir bloat ot> traveling in oon->ert*l with
tbe Theater Comiqae Oompany Two Shows ia one.
For one we?k only. eeplS
Qmeem't Mtidencc.
QUEEN'S Th* Latest London EVIDENCB
OUEEVB Success, already EVIDBNCC
0T*FEV'8 Perfcrmed EOfOnirht* EvmfwoS
oUFEN'8 at tbo Surry, and WW E\ I[)KNn*
OWEN'S Nights at the Prinoess KVIDBNOR
gl'EEN'S Theater*. London. England, EVIDENCE
And a. ill mnn'nir in
England. Ireland, Scotland, W?lf? and Australia,
and which baa made a decided bit thiassason
in New York. Philadelphia end Baltimore.
The new I>ro?> Curtain will be lowered on Monday
evening for the first time It la fro it the pencil ot
Mr. Samuel Brook or. of New York, box plan lor
the sale of inferred places now open.
Monday, Brpteniher 23-A*ah Richmond's Comic
sei'15-tr Q| era Pom par y. in Fatlnltra
Mort Succes?ful 0:?er? Known to the World, with A
Grand Open Cast.
! Argelo Torrlani as th* Captain (the DlstingulahcJ
_ , _ ' liar tone).
. a.rlrt,H'JT"?*nrP ** ""rJo*svb(Baaeo Cont?alto>.
A. \\. F. M'Collin, as Ralph, the Lovat iPrl?*
Tenor Pramatiqne).
Carl Arendt a? the B >stswaln (Baritone).
Joseph Gtet-nsfelder a* Di^k Deadeye < Basso Pr<>.
Mies Marie Bockcl as the Captain's Daughter <?>
Li/z'.e Ar,nan<laleat< Suttercup (Contralto)
late of HtrakoHch Italian Onera Company "
Mil's Blanche Thompson as H??b>' * >orano)
Grtnd Oj era Cli<>rua and Or?-h< ctra.
Biats it setved at Drea's drug store
September 22 -Emerson's Mewather'tn Mlns'jsla.
f*ei>16-tr ^
rpilOBNE'd M MMfcU I.AItltfc*:
MONDAY EVENING. 8*i t. 15TH. lfef J.
sep!3 2t
wibeki. - Phot.
A IMMICH announces the first of his aeml- tkM.
Dancing from m to 10 :io The privilege of ?2
excluding all objectionable persons is reserve?!
Carcsof adnisa on, 25 cents: no charge for la dins
Phof. ELBINMAN, Master of Ceremonies. sl2-4t
ppORD'S. Little Duke, Comic Operm*
Washington has rwvvnized the true merit of this
procuctior. as ha* been Hbown by the fact that with
eacb performance the audience** have irrnstlr increafed.
u Matinee the auditorium was fillei mostly
ladies and children representing our best fami^5^T->M9BK
? ? ~ encampmeht.
A Grand Opera Company In Oomlc Opera.
Undoubted the beet Comic Opera production
baa ever been in this oountrr for
Admission 25, 50 and 75 Cents.
Beat* can >>e secured during the day at Drew's
Drug Store without extra chart e.
Next week "Pinafore," with special exoeUenoe la
fry detail. sepll-tr
No. 611 E Strut Noethwbst.
Blnirle Admission .....................35 Tntl.
85 Coupon Tickets for t&
QEO. /niEMAnra
Brwku 4th in 5th in e axd ? Bra. i.e.
Wsshlnsrton. P. O.
Ho 611 E Btucbt Noeihwbt.
Bednoed to tl per month. Bo initiation fee.
mnlze and decarbonise the mtMn. thereby
promoting health, cheerfulness and kmgevter.
bf nee the mar.y experienced penonaM that Tlsit
Db. WHITE e well-known establishment, 1A1S
Pernsyivanla are, opposite WlUardhi Hot3.for raPICNICS,
On the fine ateatper Ladt of the Lakh. Ticket*
jOM ively limited to 3u0. -AmS?
The beat will leave 61 h st. wharf
Hccday moraine at 8 o'clock.
pip* at Alexandria, Piney PointTPolnt Lookouti
returning, leave Noi fsik Timiday mornins at 8 SO
?pT^*nea#d the 0ap?"'wrtvin*bomq
1 ickets. round trip, (adults) fL 50; children under
6free;between 6and 12. 75 cms. Staterooms.
round trip, 81. Other tWpiag_ accommodations
O*?- on*>o*rQ 50 cents Ticket* for sals by
?oIlrPf K&? Dnwr fts, cor. 9th and F sis. n.w.;
Ellis A Co.'* Music store. Pa sve.; Baliantme'a
^ 'A n.w. j MaJor1* Dnur store, cor.
7th and H sts. For state rooms app'y to Nourse Ie
Co., cor. ?th and F etrsets: at the office of the Inland
and Beabosrd Cosstipg Oomjwny, 15th st, and of
KA MILES FOB 10 CE>T8. " '
Music and dancing. Steamer Ma
BY WASHINGTON will leave at 9 30 . ..
am. MONDAY, Beptenbsr 15th, aDdJHBK
SATURDAY, September 20th.
Bound trip. 10 centa.
? * t L L LF.A VK at 9 A. M.
FRIDAY, September 19.
Returnlnfr at 8:30 p m.
Music snd Danclnjr.
Round trip, 25 centa
jrF.HDAY, B-i>tember 16tn.
THURSDAY. 8ettember 18th. fl
WiU leave at 9a.m.; returning at 8^0 p.m. I
Music and Dancing. f
Bathing, Fishing and Crabbing.
Round trip, US cents. sepl2-tol9
n T** MirHMOND II ??
BT thk
Op t*e' Ijny or th* Lake."
WEDNESliA Y, September* 17tk,
To West Point. Va., and by the Richmond. York
River and Chesapeake R R to R'chmoad,
(about 90milaa.)
Wfbt Poikt, Whit* Hot sk, Paik Oaks. BkvhM
Pinks, Dispatch Btatiob, Mhaik>w Bbiduk.
akd Bavagb Station, and giving a fine
lew of the defence^ of itiiiimin^i
The train will tor on the BatUe-flelda.
R*turning the boat will stop at _
Yobktown, giving time to visit ttf*
great historical spot, replete with
tereet to all Americans. Thia is undoubtedly tbfl
flnert opportunity ev?r offered to the nubUe for
viewing the great battle-fields around Richmond.
and also the cheapest. u
Boat will leave Cth street wharf at 6 p. m sham.'
Wednesday, arrivintr at Richmond 10 a m. Thnnn
af fa. ^Friday ?t S p. m, arriving Imam
Tickets to be had only at Turkish Bath Hoaa 609
E street n.w.; Brad. Adams' Bookstore; SohafhirtsM
Hou*' 809 * *"*? n. w., near Judiciary
N. B.?Ample sleeping accommodations for alL *
Sheets provided for mattrwia eep9-7t '
Row the most Complete in this part of the eovakf,'
49 Jefferum *U. nw fridge at. Georgetowru
^ - t specialty during the summer mnoths
n^flrtiWor> J?11* 'or and returned free ef flhwfe.
Orders by null and express promptly sttsadsd tob
Address as above. lyllAr
CUTIOURA, 'ar?re a*ortme?t of SOAPS, HAIR
ualn K?^
aug?^eotr 40ft 7th st. aw.
v JEhhKN. for 20 Tears with H. Ssmken,"?
. thia city, now at 913 Pa. ave . Dempeay*s etat.oT'ary
atore repa-rs Watches of every ooostruo- t
tKn.trom the m<-?t complicated republiaan to the J
tin ost Uict nu rehens^ble democratic stem and key- M
v lnCer, and make the "doarsat" little hdW M
vatches s si>ecialty. espl tr JM
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