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Weekly National Intolligoucor. i. .i.miniiiTT VAS11INllTON!!!ilt: ...Fuller anil Proprietor tttilOCTOiir.II 31, ISSft. The Wrnttir-r. l'nr HIMrlrt fit cointnnh, Delaware, anl Marr land, rcne rally fair wc-ilher, northwesterly wlnd, nearly statlomrv ictnpcrntitrc. 1,00 A I, MENTION. Wen inn, or, i tie l lipllcr known, DIcV Morgan, hmnir nwumeil control nt his oM phec ot ImMneM, p-Q 1) strce t, n hotclry ho left ntiout two yens nm nn account nl lmlnci rr.inn, lat iiUtht had lit friend nround Mm In answer to nn cards sent out lor n hoimcwnrminr'. To show linw popular the tretilil liltk l, It t only necessary to simo thit ilnr me the enure cunlni: hi plico wns ihrotuted tiyn Catherine nf out liest iltlrcin from every wnlkot life Milker, mercantile, ntnl other omiinrc.nl men, lawjers, doctors, nn miners. The dining-room vra turned Into a innqnct hall, nnd I lie mot k-turilc soup, n well ns tne dishes or rliU Von, crah, nnd lot,, pier Vad hat more tiiin nmplo Justice ilonetliem Tlionoe, under Mr. Jlorgiim direction, will once iif-iln nstinie1hcplicelt occupied years ntrn, when Mine Host Korli was at tlic lielm nnd when Alorcm bought lilm mil )l will Ik mado n lirst-elas gcnUc men s restaurant In every particular, ninl nothing tun that which Is first class will 1m nlloweil to enter the pi ice. 'J he eating Par will be made one of the lea lincnimrtltih, hot lilnclics Peine n specialty nl noon, while the liar will le supplied with Iheticst nn 1 llnel wine nndllonors. Kicn Inltte few days of Air. Mnriran's new rcijlme the place has Improved In tone, for where licforc It was pnlronlrcd liy a few It now his mmr, comprised of lho Pest of tho rtelchiorhnl. e predict. i success for Mr. Morgan, and wish him a full return for Ills outlay, Ktsn'a I'At lcr We will display tills wets n lirce assortment of entirely new goods nst ro- ette,l,eiuliriclng llie latest styles In lists, lionnels, and clnals. We Invito special Attention toour cloak department, which Isrompletoln ctcry particular. W e have nil kinds and nullities and nt prices lower thin elsewhere. t)f our millinery department loo mtu h cannot lie said, ns wo carry Ihe largest and most fashionable stoi kin tlio tlty,nnd nt such low prices as lo defy competition, (live usnc.ill Is all ic .ik. King's Palace, SU bcunth strctt. "ritTi-ONK'' Utliolatcstlnvcnlioiiuf fifteen hall pwl, and as played ntSiJinlnn'H Parlors, 411 Ninth street, ills meetuig with adctldcd nit. No one,not i en protessional players, has an ndvantage, as the mirage player Mauds Just as good a chance to win. I ho game Is n treat, and will purely tiecomo popular, as it Is a new wrinkle of Mr. fceanlou's own inlnd. "kcjlil" orsmitsnrclways .insured of the purity of the liquids dispensed at 1 Mour's, Eighth Ktrctt, Just nboie Pennsylvania avenue. Long experience his proved to lho proprietor ot this establishment that friends arc in ide and patronage retained only In this way. Mn. .t. Y. W'fnvRiilnsllnUticd his Improvement nt 'jniKil'ciinsjH anil avenue and his pretty resort was crowded 1 est week liy his friends. The p'acc Is Just the resort Ihe miloportlou of thitscctlon has Jong elcslred and Is desert ediy becoming aery pop ular. Tin- Excelsior Turco-Husslin baths, (Sludd's,iyti3 K street, line been rcnoiatcd and rtpilntcd andnrc unee ellcd nny where. Superior scleullllG shamiioo lng. These inths ore the most icrtnln uiro knuwn for iy lever. o KILLED BY A HERDIC. 1'rnuk II. Ton 110 Hun Over In llio CrmvilpilNtrvet. l'rank II. Towne, formerly employed as a leiclicr In Knurson Inslltiitcnnd more lately as a laxlder mlsi in the ;Medlcal Museum, was run over and fa tally Injured nt 8:lu o"clo k last ctcniug nt the tor iierotMMhslrect ami rennsyhanla nenue. 'Ihe man wasknoi-kediluwnliya llerdlc driven liyMr. W. id. .t. Davis, lioth wheels pissing 01 cr Ills body and rushing lilm almost to a Jelly. Dr. ijmttli Townshend, who was In the neighborhood, went Immediately to the mill's assistance, and after ex amination said tint every rib In hlstiody was broken and that deatli -would ensue almost Imuiediilcly. Uowasiarrleil lulotheotrlce of the Mrglnla Mid land ltallroid and made as 1 oiufortnblc as possible until death took place, nt 8:33. from nn cvc-ivltncss It was learned that no blame tan bo placcil upon the ilriver, nshe was to all ap ptwrauic exercising iro In picking Ills wny through the unusually lirgetruwd Intheslreet. the crowd wisatlracted fliereby the procession of that rciuI rellglous gang callel the alvallon Army, and as they reached Mxth street, up. which they turn to their hall, he worn 111 at the bass drnm-head com inenecd nn etra belaboring of that Instrument, which, nd Jed to the smill drums and tambourines, male the noise unbearable. The horse In the Hcr illc shleil nnd the next thing Been was the man under the wheels. 'J ho ilrit er stopiied Instantly and willing hands extricated the unfortunate nud tal lied him to the ticket onice. Oilleer I'cnny arrested Jla Is and took lilm to the l'lrst Precinct. He did not know the man was Oead until Inrormeil of the fact by the 1 1 fkai i k reprcscnti tle. He expressed the greatest Burrow and Hald that the act ldent was no fault of his. lie said: ' I he man appeared to stagger ngalnst my horse, which, with the noise of the Sahallonlsls ami his eu Icaiors to get away, caoBCd one of the horses to shy aud throw lilm to the ground, and ere I could check them the fore wheels had passed over Ills body. There was a large croiMl In the Btrcet and It was with difflcnlty 1 could pick my way." Here Davis gate way to his feeling and broke out Into nobbing, ialllDUHin(iod to witness lie was not to blame In thenutur. A number of names were obtained by Dr. '1 ownshcud to hand over to the coroner, who will testify in behalf of thoilrltcr'slnnoccnse, 'Ihe body was removeil to William lc's undertaking istabllshmcut, where the coroner will hold un Inquest tOHlay. 1 1 was stated that Towne li.il becu drinking rather hard of late. OUT-DOOR SPORTS. llnxo B11II. 1 he Washlngtons were sunt out ten times, the JCausas Cltys tight, bt. lxuts petm, l'hlladclphits Hlx, New 1 orka lite, Chlcagos four. Bostons three, aud Detrolts one during the season. 'Jheriilla delphlas blanked their opponents ten times, the Chl cigos and Ditrolts eight, Washlngtons live, fct. 1iulsfour, and New lorks, llostuus, aud Jvansas Cltys thrtc. Mnco 1W7 the Chlcagos hac won lho champion Hlilp Rlx tlmes-m 1STC, iv, 16SI,12, lsi, and ISv,; Iioslom three times lu 137i,JsiS, nnd 1&S3; l'ro ldence once In 15l. Dealey, laie of the Ilosbans, lias lrten engiged as a catcher. He Is a good one, but not tho equal of Hayes as a batter or catcher. ' Walter Hewitt, decretory of the Wellingtons, lias concluded to go toliousiktcplug, and will enrly next mouth lead to the altar .1 icry prcuy young lady of this city. Tuemcdil git en by Druggist (llalinan, of this city, to the best general player on the aahlngluii team was presented to Carroll. Ut the eight league clubs In tho race the Wash. Ingtou was the only one that did not win a Hcrics. Kamtis Cltys secured one. There was sonic talk' of engaging h un Crane, of fioht. 1iuH, to pliy short-stop in tills clly next reason. Ilouck Is ilccldedly preferable. Thcausncrnf the Washlngtons In the milt brought by the old directors of the National Club Is vtry conclusive, aud will do doubt be a settler to the ease. (lallney lias gone lolils tioiuclu Massachusetts, but lie will hustle about nt limes looking fur good plajcrH. IIohIiii;. It Is said that tho Colutnblas tcvik out papers of In- urporailon In order that they might make flnnuclal loans on their property. I'erhaps lho lioyshadau Inkling of that order lrum the Commlsslojiers. '1 he (sir !ooni In the Potomac Club did not meet with much mcouragcinem last week from Ha mem bers, who nay It would require loo much work on ihclr part to mako 11 a success, l'rt sldcnt U hcatley says tie thinks about two thousand could bo made, but ho couldn't help tho cause along, as ho (as District Commissioner) is too much employed working up Ihe National Drill. 'J He HiibJect will come up Hits week at tho meeting of the club. home of tlio Analustan oarsmen were out 011 the rlter last week. The pictures of tho winning crews of the Potomac Club have bien Ilulshed by 1'rluiv. 'J hey are spltu ltd photogruphB, und the Unishlng Is the best lu the art. 'J hey will be plated on exhibition tills week. Mr. 1M. Jlcynolds, ono of tlio big four of the- l'oto. macs, has gone to New lork fortcudiya. Ileum mt Hi l'lilladtlphla 10 make calls on tho Iunas and I'alrmountB. The Co'.umblas arc already at work tilling up their raukBWlth voung men. Mauyof them us wcllas Hoinootthls Hcasonn men are already ut work In the V. M. C. A. gymnasium. The notice from lho Commissioners to tholioat clubs uiiulrlug them by thulst of January to re inuve their houses from the hlreels which Ihty now obstruct lias brought consternation to the uarMuicn. 'lho clubs have bo long enjoyed Ihclr present prltl leges that they hate felt Becure. 'J ho Columbtasaro tho worst oil, as their house Is directly arnss the centre of High Btrcet, ami tliiru Is no adjoining projierty to which Ihcy can move It. The Potomac onuaplcieof ground on the rlter front adlolnlug thtlr house to which they can mot e It. 'I he Analos tans also will perhaps bo able to establish them, helt es near tlidrpri sent location. 'Ihe re Is imuuo talk among tho clubs of all moving utcr to Analus tan Island in the future. m THE ARMY AND NAVY. I rora riporU recched at tho War Department all nppolutuiiuts and assignments throughout llictu. rluus iliparlincnts aud divisions' havo now brill uimp'.cled under (Jeueral order No. r", War De partment, assigning ntilcers of tho tuarlerinasu r'H Department to the duly of aiidltlug and pa) lug le!o graph aieouuts. 'I lie follow lug is tho list of ottlet rs and thtlr Btatlons: Division Atlantic, (,'aiit. 1jrd, (iincrnur's Isl.iud; Dltlslou Missouri, (luadquartcrs unlj.lil.ij. Ut.t liloat-ii; Diiarlimut Dakota, MaJ. Hoekwcll.m. J'auli Dcparlmcnt 1'lalle, (tlpt. Mc- aui, j, ,,mmiti, j'vi'inuii' ii, j.unwjuii, ajii , nuii. bell, I ort Iaveuworth: Departmeul 'Jexas, Cdpu Himpsou, hau Antonio; Deparlment ArUoua, ('apt Pullman, J'rtBcott; Depailmint California. Capt. Wlicrlcr, J'resldlo, Man 1 rauclsco; Depirlmtut Columbia, Capt, I'iitltii, Vaucouter llarraeks, 'Ibooittccnof the(,uaricrmaler'sDiparlmeutnro very ludiguaut at the I'ay Deurluicnt fur having to pcrloriu, In u Jdiilm lu their rtgular work, Uiul ol paring telegraph nceounls, which has for bo long a nine been u (unction ot tlio i'ay Corps of llieAnnj. 'JhiyBlalutbatlluy now Hate tu receive, call fur, and ship funds of tlio I'ay IHparluunt to the frontier illations ot the Army, und that Ihcy could eaully pay out the fuudsbj cheeks, us lurgurullroads now do, aud thus relievo thtlr biotber oilleirs of the mail of ull tluir piescut dullcs. Col. (illlesplc, l'nlted hlates llnglueers, was In Chlcdo last futurday, relurtiliitf f rum special duly lu Ihe Northwest to Lis Ktullou ut llosluu. i'rtlly tllrln nl Dublin. (Utitr lu Clet eland Under.) Ireland is uolod for lu beaullful women, aul the irlrla tl Dubitu ureas pretly us tliosool any illy lu the world, 'imy hate, us a mle, fair, rosy com pillions und good foruis, aud Ihcy know how lo lire the l&tur. 1 uiuudedurigatuut Dalkcy.the Vteal ya, hllug place near Dublin, uud kaWHume xeviralthuusauds of lie better class of girls of Ire land. 'J lie toorcr classes wire uliul out by the Jollier prices of the Inclosutv ulloited to us, und Ihe iruud was u kld-gluiol one. 'J he girls Bcenicd lo boreraai4.ahly ijialihyaudliililgli Bpirlts, und they Bhowed, us J could Judgu from tho ultly remarks I heard nt imiiM'if, all theluteof liumur furwhlih old Ireland Is famous. 'J he Irish brogue wiulng out of ihe pearly leciti ot a rusy-i heekul, bright ejed Irish girl Bouuds tery sweet indeed, and wire I u millionaire Aluerlcau without or IwoAuiirlcau girl babies, I would bring tluiu to Inland lu raise thru fur the Bake of their cumplexlous. 'J he beau, lies are uot, lionet cr, coutinud tu the upper cuu. I haw pietly girls tier wheie, uud many u sweet face IU110 Is uiuungtlie w)ille-eapieilBcriautKlrl 01 tho liotels, uud eveu uiuuugthe wurUmjuthe lll'ltui, (11 lu the vuUvro hut. CITY NEWS, TOWN TALK. A Tcryfloo llfe-slitmajon ot lho late (leorge W. AOims wis lo lie seen nl tho Slur oftleo lnl week. It wits the work of Mr. l'rlnce, of Klevenlh Mrect and l'ennsrlvnnla venne, and was pur chased by Mrs. Adams, who pronounces It nn excel lent likeness. Mrs. Trancls M. ltlchnnlson, of the omec of the hupcrvislng Architect, Treasury Deparlment, lost n very valnahlc library of eight hundred voitimes (the collodion of miny yeirs) in tho recent flro nl Hast port, Me. Mrs. liiihardsou feels (he loss sctcrcly. She has the Bjmpalhy of nil her friends. The Utile five-year-old son of Snperlnlendent Welsh, of tho Treasury Depitlmenl, fell from t"ie sloop ol Ms fathers houso one day last week nnd seriously fractured his shoulder-blnde, Mr. Oliver M. Mnvnm, of the 1 lie Saving t mice, has been dclgnilcd for n promotion (rum two lo 1 1, am. Col. William 11. Mnrgin leltes Tnesdiy In look nflcr his oil Interests on his farm In Western l'cnn sylvnnla. Mr. John II. l'eake.ot Ihe Hallway Mall Sen Ice, Is now lho chief ediiorot the l.iurel lirrlnn. 'Ihe piper seems lo hate entered upon a renewcil season of prosperity under his management. Mr. James (I. Poss Is tuning at l.iurel, Mel. The quill huttlers who tlstleil 1indouii Connly, Aa, In the vlclnlly ot (tullford, Varmwell, and Uesburg, Invo been no sueeestul Ihat Ihev hate repeitetl llielr visits during ihe pist week Willi cipnl success. A HliolMisli In full bloom cm bo seen In lho III. lie puk mi llin north side ol I'eunsylvanli nvenue unl Llghtccnlli strict. lho news from Ihe virions sulci where elec lions nrc to lake place Tues liy night will be re. celled by Ihe A outig Men's Democrallo Club at their hcaelqinrlcrs. v-chlli7.'i! Milwaukee lager beer Is will known throughout this District nsnpnre, heallhy tiever age, nnd Is sold by dealers generally. Ask torn, and tiko no other It you want the best. Tho District Commissioners nrc surprised nt the opposition tothcoxtcnslonofMassaihusctisnicnuc. The Capllol Hill explosion ougit to stir our au thorities up to the necessity of enfon lug rigidly lho lawnbouttlioslorlngnfexplushesnn premises If the explosion In 1 hippeneOtten minutes lalcr-lhat Kwhen the nremen had arrived and were nt wotk tho loss of life would hive been frlghllul. lho District miliums ninllllla do not set 111 to give tlio proposed Natlnml Drill much encourage ment. In the appointment of i ommltlees to super Inlend the work lho ofllcers ol our track compinlcs seem to Into been forgollin. 'Ihis H decidedly wrong, as tho Boldlcr lioys will hive to do nil lho ca lerlng when visitors nrrue, nnd, as Ihcy put It, tax illonwlihoiitreprtsentition Is unfiir.-The Light Infintry hive not ileclded whit to it i, though, a strong feeling prevails to let lho schema alone. Tho corner store ot Carroll Memorial Church wlllbclildto-iliyiit Ilyatlsillle, Md.,by Cardinal tlibiKins, assisted by the venerable John Carroll, a relitlvo ot Archbishop Cirrol. Triln Iohvcs llililmorc nnd Ohio depot nt .1 o'clock. flood news for tho lullesot Washlngion Is Ihe aimoiincement that Ma luno llninn Soule w 111 open a ponnincnt branch of her New "i ork establishment at n.3 r street on the luth of November. Mr. W. Scolt Smith, who Im been for twenty years In active Jonrnillsm In Washington, his taken the general agency hero for tho Mnssaehnsells Mutual I.lfo Insurance Compiny, ono of tho oldest and Htattuchest companies lu New Rngtind. Mr. Smith's extensile aiquiintancc In tho commtiutty should miko his services cxlrtinely valuable lo the company. Ills olllcc will bo nt No. 1331 r Btrccl. ".lusth's old Blind." r.19 1) street northwest, buys gcnlB'sccond-haud clothing. Note by null promptly attended to. ' J An lmv)tlaut tiuslncss change was made In this clly list week. Mr. A. S. Wllhcrbec, (or Ihe plat two years manager o( tho Washlngion houso of llrenlano Itros., corner Pennsylvania avenue and Kiev cnth street, naspurchiseil Ihcentirc business In terest of the firm In this city, and hereafter tho firm nitnowlll bo A.S. Wllhcrbec A Co. The Junior In the (Inn Is a very well-known gtutlemanof Wash ington, not entirely unconnected with Jontn illsm. It is doubtful l( any young business nnnot Wash ington Is better known or more highly isleeraed by the lust people nl Ihlsclly than.Mr. A.s. W llherbce. llcsides his One literary taste and arllsilo cnlturo he comprehends fully that a seller or l,oks siionld be himself a liook man. This Mr. Wllherbec Is, nnd better than all be Is a gentleman 1 ho venerable rather .Tames Curley, so long ill reclor of the astronomical observatory and pro fessor of botany nt Oeorgetown College, w as ninety years of age lost Monday, having been born October ij.liun Ills health nnd ncllvlty nt lids advanced age arc remarkable, nnd his 1nenl.1l faculties unimpaired. Ho has been at (leorgetown Col kgc since 1127, nud was a valued friend of Joseph Henry and other eminent Bclcnlldc men In their day. He now bids fair to rival the years of the centena rian Professor Chevreul Inl'arls.andahostof friends nnd old Htudeuls Join In the wish that he may do so. Miller A Jones, in thcNatlonalThcalro liulldlng, nri nTAKii! fn nririnuni A MiM tlilr Mnmilir kltll-p.,. room his undergone extensive Improvements, nnd Is In every respect new, bright, nnd clean. Patron ized by the cliie.anl pronounced tho best place u. nit iviiiM mn,. ii. iyi,ic-in hiii lie icteittii n( inis establishment for all kinds of billiard work, and ,,.utui',,j v in iiii.. IMIIUli, Ullltliai 1UI BaiU 111 New 1 ork prices. Mrs. ChamUerlln, wife of Ihe famous restau nuliur, his purchased a number of lots at Tnkoma Park. , The syndlealo that purchased the lieaiilirm property known as Forest (llen.on tho Metropoli tan Ilranch of the Baltimore and Ohio Itallroad, are pushing tho plans for the hindsome hotel to be erected there. 'I he ground Is being subdivided, newatreets laid out, nnd every preparation made for the spring. Mr. Charles llowser has rcslgnctl his position In JJrcntano'B book store, where he has been for a longtlmo past, to Join DoWllfs Opera Company. Ills musical ability is well known. Ho leives on next 1'rldiy, Joining the company at l'redcrlck. Tho new railroad elation at Takoraa Park being creeled by the II. A O. ltallroid Is for boiuo unac countable reason much dehyed. The resl lents o( the Tark ro complaining bitterly, as undpr the present condition of things passengers are compelled to wall (or tralus in the cold. One of the finest business Improvements In South Washington Is the bottling establishment of Samuel C. Palmer, on Virginia avenue, between Sixth nnd Seventh Blreels, running through lo D street. A more extended uollco of this depot will appear later. Mr. II. J. Itamsdcll, cx-Iteglsler of Hills, was again attacked last Sunday night by tho Internal troublo from which ho has Buffered lor several venrs, and for a time lus condition was critical. Lost evening lie was resting more 1 omfnrlably ami a fav nrable result was expecteil. Ills son Morton, who Is Buttering from a severe cold, returned (roni Philadelphia on sick leavo last I'rldiy. The friends of the firemen of this city are going to make a move lo hare tho pay of the men In creased. It Is a fin that the lowest man of tho New York (orco gels f juu more peryear than a lore man o( this deparlment. Nobody would object to the Increase. Dr. 'lunulas Dobyns, who was bo dangerously Injured by bciug thrown from his horse on M street about ten days ago. Is still In a very critical iond. tion. He is Buttering from 1 oncusslon of tho brain, and Is with his Blsler, Mrs. (1. W. Cropliy.ln lleorgclown. Tnc main iilrlcfl of Lloyd's vi Cent Hxpress Is now located at lsio I' street, where orders will receive prompt nucmion. -iciepiiono -loo. I,al ctcnlug lho "Short Story Club"' held Its regulir meeting wllh Mr. aul Mrs. 'I racy, V3T II strict northwest. The Blory was road by Mr. Iluilly I'. Ilort, Tho next meeting will lie held Sat urday. Novemiicr 13, wllh Mr. and Mrs, (lennund Crandill, Oil) II Blreel, and the story will In! read by Col. Coleman. Peter Vesaells, colored, who was run over at Ninth nud F streets Friday week while rescuing a nurse and child, was able to be removed from the I'incrgcucy llospllal yesterday ti Ids homo at VIM 1' Btrccl, and It Is honed ho will recover from the bci ere concussion of the brain lie sustained. Auctioneer Duncanson will sell a rlno collci lion ot furniture nt tu A strict oiillicot next Weil tu sday morning, llirgalus aro lu sturo (or those who attend this sale. The management of lho DlinoMusenmoiIcrlho public auothcr powerful play (or lho coming wet k,and onelhat has nlwayBilrawn crowded houses. Mr.C, W. Ilarrr.lho famous American aclnrand author, ore. sails ills popular piece. "J lumped from Slug Slug." Hiippurtcd br that charming uctress, Jennie Kusiace, aim u liiiniui company, ll win nu juan u on 1110 siago wllh new and Btarlllui;ellci Is, note) inn haul cal and stenlu Illusions, wills many cumlcal siieclaltles, songs, an 1 dances. Joseph James, Sinokty Jones an I William IVnrrcn.uilorcd uun,lasl ntghlcngagcd In 11 In e tight at lho liirni r o( Seventh au 1 1, alrii'ls, during whit h Warn n was hhol In the right ankle. James wits arrested, but Stnukcr in inaged 10 1 scape, and Ills not known whle h ol tho two fired tho pistol, Dr, lanor, 01 iiicj r.iucrgiucy nospuai, extracted lho ball, Philip Foy.who Hies at mil) I) Blnit north, west, while Btaudlug 11c ir tho Dluio Museum last night, was rotiiicdnt his watch and chain. No eluc w as obtained to the thief, Mallhcw Carles, a Bin ill colored boy, was knocked down and 11111 over at the cornir nf Ninth and 1'streets ycsltrdiy afternoon. 'Ihe horso and carrlagowas ihe properly ol Dr. J.N. Aikcr, who was ilrlvlug at lho lime, 'llio Injuries wtru slight, und were dnssed by Dr. Aikcr.ullir which he was carried lo Ids home In (Put Alley. -l.lcut.Arnol 1, lltlce lives Hum and Halt, lo. getlur with oillccra Hills nud Ilirberl, arrisled Thomas ration. Hubert Hughes, Kiiml.i Miller, and Jeaso llray jcnterdiy uiuruluglor backing tsjllcy, 'I lit y will hate a luarluuou Monday, llnllol Mates Marsti il A. A, W llsou had Ills pockit picked while ul lho races ycslcrdiy. Ilia iockel-lHik. containing uboul,4 wenly doll irs, and a uuiiibvrof ram tickets wtro taken. Subsequently oilleer Nitholsem .irrisleil Oliver llrown, a negro (amy (ollower ol ther lurl, who was trying tu sill ILc tickets. Mr. Murllu . Cusiy, ol lho 'Jrcasury Diparl luciil, died suddenly last ulght at lilsrealdinte, lous i'slrcet, (ruin heart allecllou. Deceased was a prominent Knight li mplar and (Iraud Army o( the He public: man. Oiiliniill for Hi 11 liiiiijilreloii, (lidiuburgh It tier.) It would not be easy lo II ud liaudsuuitr wumcu anjuhtru than the eutiiic'al eaters ol I'allnburgli, aul the only ladles that oqual 11,1m lu lose ale health uud lUkslulxauiyoldgure, no far us I hate ob.cn nl, arc fuundliithuiuurlor districts of Ire luud Oatmeal would semi loIinteBumilliliig todu wllh It, uud wcry ono may remembcrtho reply of IhoSculchiuiu 10 the taunt of Dr. Johnson that lho hursts lu Kiulaiidato thoBsmu klml of uieiil us Ihe iiie.il In Scotland. "Ah I" said Scutchlc, "but Hieli hurst s uud Biicti men ' liiiiorlunl A Hi-lion SiiIih. On 'Jucwlay murhliig next, ut 17 vj I Hired, loiu.ui nitiig ut luochjck, Aiicllouter Duwlliig will tell by i-aiulogue the kuntrb collci ttuu ol furnl tuie and oilier household iirccls now ut tlieaboto risldtuct, lately ouuple.l by Scualor Kvarls. 'Jbls icilictlluii will be on exhibiiluu Pj murruw. Aiiolhtr flue sale o( furniture 111 lace Plato ou UcduesOaj luortiUigal hu t becoud mreet southeast. Oiiriiiul". Silk lliicil, willn Huod, Italian line I, prTces from tl tolas. tiHiunu Drus Jaiursanl 1 lulhlers, (1U and J- TIIK RACKS. CLOSE OF THE REGULAR KALL MEETINQ AT IVY CITY. Iltinbliie. Irish 1'nt. Tlio llnnt, .11 m ItniiBlnis. nml JneU the XVInners. Tho ll regular day of our autumn meeting wns cold nnd tllsagreeablp, with a few drops ot rain Hie lu lho ntiernoon. Tho ntlendinco was latgo and fashionable, however. Mr. Henry Fairfax hid out his usual pitty on tho four-in-hand coach, but the number ol equipages In the field was compara. lively small.most peoplo preferring lho sheller ol tho grand Hand. 1 ho l-elllng wns quite brisk. Tho first race was a dash of one tnllo for maiden two-yesr-uldsienlrsnie, lis each to second horsoi purse, Jjoo. W. Jennings's b. c. Dttnblne, by Uncis, dam Frcy, W. Ilnvward.m .( Charles (ichs'n b. f. I'leisantry, Hamilton, 112 8 (l. It. Morris's ch.f.Krmlne.Cnldircll, 112. . . 3 Valiant, (NIcholsA Hit l'Isehno,l, itlirrlson,) in. nnd Slrnlghllace, (Fisher,) UK, also ran. lime, i:i. 'ihetHMilng was even on Dnnblne, .1 lo I sgainst Knnlne, to 1 ngilnsi Falsehood, it to teiehngnlnststralghllarc and I'loasnnlry, nnd M lo I ngsinst Vnllsnt. , 1 ho start was prompl ninl rii-kI, wllh Falsehood In front Diinblno second, Valiant third, Knnlne roiirlh.strniRliilacc fifth, nud Pleasantry Inst, lie tore reaching Ihe quarter Slrnlghllico went lo Ihe lead nnd held Itthrougn tlicbick strclch In tho half mile, Dunblne then ran lo tho front nnd wns first nt the three quarters, wllh Krmlno In second plico nnd I'leasanirr close up. Down the straight tho run wna good, but Diinbmo Mulshed winner by iwo lengths In trnnl ot I'leisintry, second, four lengths ahradol i;rinlne,lhlrditho others as above. Mn mils paid f w.vi Tho second race wasthel'ongrcss slakes, n selllnit sweepstake nt ono mile and n (nrlong, (or all ngesj J."s1ciili,h, (. 'lho club ndded Jf.11, of whlthfliKi tiiBcmml horsej lfrntere.1 lo be sold for f.V"i to nrry weight for sect tnrf l.issi nllowed n Itis .men t lb. for each tlnndowntn Jl.issi. Horses entered not to be sold to 1 arrv 7 lln-nlsnc Ihoniale. Any surplus 01 er the selling prlco to bo divided belwecu the second nnd third horses, li Cnrrlgan'sih. c trlsh Fnt.bylMt Mallor, elam Mhel, rWest, lot I ('. K.l'ettlnglllsih.g. Valet, a , IMlmer, 'V 2 "1 reinuut stable's lie, Politico, llendtr.'Jt 3 lello Doe, I, (lllgcs.) ion; liurns, 3, (llaflcrly,) '.w: 1-iiicasler, 3, (Davis,) si, nud l'rniiklo ll.n, III. Lewis,) 3. nlsoran. Time 1 :5s. "Ihelielllng was 3 to fl ngnlnst trlsh ral.2kftol ngalnst Tillelloe,3 In I ngalnst I.111 eislcr.Slol enh against burns nnd alit, Id lo 1 against I'ontlco, 1 J in I ngalnst I'ranklc II, 1 ho start wns gisul, wllh 'lello Doe leading. Funis second, Ijiiu.isttr Ihlrd, l'rniiklo It. fourth, Irish 1'nt Ilflh, Politico sixth, nnd Valet Inst. Idle Doe led to the Judges' stand nud Into Ihe upper turn, when Irish I'm went to necond place. In tho bick stretch Irish Fat ran In the front nnd nt tho halt mile newt Telle Doo was sct'ond and nlcl third. In the lower turn thero was bouio changing, 1'outlco tilling dosed up and look third position. Irish Fat made a splendid run down the homo stretch and finished winner by a neck, with Valet second. Ton tleolhlrd; lho others nsntsive. Mntnalspildtl'icii. Valet was nnny yards In thoreir nsther began Ihn fir turn, nnd lo run through lho big field and bring F it to a drive nt Ihe llnlsh was a great feat. The third was the I'olomieSlikes for Ihrec-yeir-olds.JSO each, h. f. Club ndded U.iHst, ot which tm to second and third to sive Its slikc. Horses not having won In 1-wln raeenf the value of l,tni allowed; lbs.-, horses lint had started In Ism: and not won allowed is Hi. Winner of the Anicostla Slakes to carry 0 lbs. extras ono mile and three fur longs. A. J. Cnssitl'ab. c.Thellird, by Iiongftllow, dim llrndaiuanle, llayward, lis 1 W. Uraly'sch.c.l-.lkwooil.ll'i 2 Tho betting was 1 to 8 on The llird nnd 0 lo t ngilnst Flkwood. Inthcstart Elkwood was llrstotl and led lo tho three qinrters nnd Into the Blralglit, but before reaching the Judges' standi he Hard had gone to the front, lleforo they got lo the quarter post 'I he llird showed nn advintage of two lengths, which ho .Increaseil lo Ihrco lengths nt Jhe half mile post nnd to nvo st the Ihree qinrters. lie Ilulshed winner In n hind gillop by six lengths. llmc'J:2J. MnluilspildKi 75. Tho ruurth race was one mPe, for horses Hut hid run and not won nt this meeting. Those beitcn nnonllowcdrltis.;twlie, PIIIh ; non-winners In liSO nllowed 13 lbs ; purse, fiW, o( which $100 to second horse. O. Johnson's b. h. Jim Douglass, a, by Wlldldle, dim Yolone, Uarrlson, ln-,(t. 1113) t A. J.Cissatlsbr. c. Knllin,3, Davis s, nil ! It. II. Sprlgg 8 li. g. llonulu l'rlnce, 3,(11. Ia)Wls),'ir,.,3 Ferg Kyle, b. (Caldwell), It'Si Herbert, a, (liif ferty.) ins; Mamie Hunt,.!, (llerlnnly,) oo; lllch mond,l,(McCariliy,) In-: ltoiz,3,(llender,)Uil:lless, 3, (Anderson,) lot, aud Paymaster,!!, (Koerbir.) ft), also ran. Thebeltltigw.is2c;tot against Douglass, 3 lo 1 each against Mamie Hunt and Hess, r, to 1 against Uonnlu Prince, r, to 1 ngilnst Klclimond, R lo 1 each against Ferg Kyle ami Herbert, in lo 1 ngilnst lloai, istol agalust Lollin, nnd llto 1 ngalnst Paymas ter. Tht re was much deny In lho slarl because of breaking an ly, but the horses were Dually sent off at a good slirt. with Illchmond first, Jim Douglass secoBd, Ferg Kyle third, Uollin fourth, and Ihe others together. In the turn Ferg Kyle went lo the front, but wns captured In tho back Blrclctt by Eollm.who ran tlrst lo the half and nround the loner turn to the three-quarters. Jim Douglass then took up thn running and llnlsned nn cisy winner by three lengths, Kollm second, one and a hi't lengths In front of llonnle Prince, third, nnd Ihe oihers lu the order In whhh they nro named above. Time, I :ll. Muliials paid 110.31. 'I he tilth wis a han llcip ntccplcchase; purse, Woii.nf which JPKito necon horso; the regular coursc. M. J. Daly's b. g. Jack, r, by StniiehcuBe, dam Mary Iluckley, (C.illihan,) 133 1 li Corrlgan's b. tv, 1 cnnesee,4, Urophr, 113 2 J. Upplcby'B h.B,Shimroek, a .Thomson, V.'K ....1 Will Davis, a. (M. Diley.) IM; Joo Shelby, a, (Mara,) 125, and l'urlt in, a , (Updike.) 123, also rati. Ihe belling was even on 'lennesscc, 2" to I against Jack, 4 lot against Will Davs,3tol ngalnst Joe Shelby, 13 to 1 ngalnst l'urltati, SOtol ngilust Shamrock. 'lho start was good, wllh Will Davis In front, Purllan second. Shamrock third, Jack fourth, Joe Shelby illth, aud Tennessee list. The leap In the centre Held was cleared and t tier ran to tho north held, when Puritan went lotho front. Joe Shelby fellnt the first leip.and ns they It-It to return to the centre Held Puritan went wrong. Jack then took the lead oier all the leips, followed by Will Davis, Shamrnek,and J ennessee, and all the ob structions wt re cleired. .lick was first nround Ihe track, and finished winner by Ihree quarters of a length aheid of Tennessee, second. live lengths In trout of Shamrock, third, and Will Divlslast. Time, t :2a. Mutual p ltd tin tu. TURK TALK. 'I he managers of the National Jockey Club need to give more attention to the prevention ot swindles upon tho public, such nn was perpetrated by posting The Hard us a probable starter In Ihe handicap ot last Tuesday. The combination makers were by this enabled to pick up several hundred dollars of tlrst money. Numerous combinations were mado wllh The Hard Hi ihem Monday citnlng. Those who mailo Ihem found out when too laic that Ihe bookmakers, hailng better Infonnalion.li.id taken their money when they had no chance whatever of winning. Scratches which cannot be avoided be long lo another category, and the belting man must take his chances. Hut such swindles ns that of taking money on combinations wllh horses which It Is known will uot start ought not to he permuted. The people who lost money by having The Hard posted as a starter Monday night havo Just causo for complaint. Lltllo West, the icnowned Weslern Jockey who rides for Haldwlu, Is a 1 ery poor starter. He almost always gets off In tlio rear division. Hut ho makes up Ihe ground with pitlenco and finishes well. Three or four times during the II ililmoro and Wash nglon meetings ho has been the last to get his horso moving at the start. It Is (o bo hoped that before tho next seison lho Fair Association will havo the sleeplcchaso course Improied. II Is said to be full of holes and danger ous both to horses an I riders. However, If several of (ho "crooks" who rldo steeplechases should have their necks broken tho Turf would not be the loser. Hllher severe measures must bo taken lo repress this pulling business or else Jumping races should 1 abolished altogether. The action ol the club In ruling off Ihe riders of Disturbance! and Itushbrook Is unltersally approicel, A mure open nnd tlagrunl case was never Been. No ono looking on imld doubt that lynch on I'rlduy willfully ciuicd his horse to go oulsido the Jump, T ho crack Western Jockey, Murphy, resle ilrlssello icry badly on Friday. In all probability alio could not have beatcti Cnnneinara at the weights, but it Is (oily to sty thai her chances wcro Improved by pulling her head up Into the air, aud.adi ra struggle in which tho illly must haio expended almost us mueliBiriiigth us It she had been running free, gulling her well back lu Ihe rear, In the expei latlon ufovirlaklng ihe (lying Conuemara In the smith. Doubtless It Is rash tu criticise so famous a Jutkey, but It looked lu a merely noiumou stnso view as If what t ham i-sdrlssctle may hivohal were lliruwn awny by this kind of lae lies. In Ihe raro In iiticsllou McUughlin let t'onno- inara rat 0 along under astei ijlngpull.ond won wllh ease, but lu tho previous race, whin up 011 Jim Douglass, ho pursued vtry queer tactics. First ho raced Ids liorsu for all ho was worlh In order lo get lho pole. Ihenontho back Btrctch ho pulled lilm back wllh as much vigor .11 ho hid shown In tho Orst quarter In urliiglilm forward. Ihlswasaiery queer rate from tiery point ot Hew, For It saw one ol llio easiest horses on tho turf, with only t1 (Muiids up, btalen easily .1 mile Iu1;i3, while a lot of selling plaursau hour adirwards wire run Just as fast, public) form Is u queer conundrum when I'egasus Is ivllliui a couple of pounds of Frank wpnl, llannir lleartr wlihlu ildeen pounds ol meaner, aul Jim Douglass tan lie btalen adoen or mure length h our u mile lu l:l Apparently Ihe latent know wlicnJIui Douglass Is dangerous, or, allliuiigh he was beaten'.badly lho day before, ho was uudo 11 strong money favorite ) ester day mil won with case. Sererulot Ihosowho fin ished behind Douglass did not show lho form ix petted, or else ttillau could lurdlyhave lakinthe place, 'lho extra meeting this week Is likely to show sill! more remarkiblo variances of public form. The Insiders will probably get up a "hug killing" every day," TUB l'LAHJNO MILL l'IRE. Nilciisal iilly KlliiKillslit'il by KHii'leiit llri'lili'ii, A iiUaslrous lire loik p'aco yeatcnlay lu Dyir Hrus.' large planing lull on 1 tvcnty.slitli strut, marl Blreel northwcsl, that for ulliuo threatened tlfUnictloii to tlio eullru premises. A little bciuru 1 iilock one ol lliu woiLtueu noticed smoke coming (lum what Is known us the drjliigrouui, uud knowing lids to Im unusual, hunt unco gate lho alarm, but before water could be hruiiglil the dry Hull fcUue-d in Hut ronii w 1 uhlane. An ulsriu was turned lu and lho lire diptrluiiiit noon arrived 011 llio ground, us also ill I Chltf I 'arris. Kcalldng, from tho uuturo ol the lombustlblu luaterlal stored then lu, thai the inttru department was needed, Chief I'arris Boundc-tln geutrul alarm uudnlllilulwiiiljiiiiuiiUsevirytiigluowasutwurk. T ho largo volume of smoke made II clllllcult for lho miulo woikut ilwt, but tlitywsiu conquered lho ilaiuesuud lu less thauoue liuur lrum the sounding of the ularui Ihe iltu w us out, Uai lug u 1 11 coinliied ui llio Pluto wliirull wus'lrni tllsiovtrtd. Tho Messrs Dyer prulsu tlio uiuuuir lu which the tiro was exilu. gulslit-i.as luauj thuusaud dollars were sated thuu, lor had II bceu allowed to prtud ull o( the valuable machinery lu lho lower Blory would have been Injured. 'Jho loss, nut counting iharouilio ma chlut ry. will uggngatef ully ll.osi, on whle h thcie Is only f l.lcni Insurance. T hu uiiichiucry will foot up ubyul J,iSAi, thiitby luukluij Ihe tvltl loss W,uw. squin. A litllo nonsense now and then It relished by the wisest men. Kind reader, tho humble wtllcr llyes ont nt Mount rieasmt, In a lltllo framo houso covered wllh ft root ol cypress shingles nnd a deed o( itusl.bot tno deed of tnist Is larger than tho roof, because tho l.Hter covers the house only, but tho deed ot trust corcrs lho houso ami lot too, The olher night, about 0 o'clock, ho was Bitting In his dlnlng-toom, wllh his slippers on, rending tho Star, when his door-boll rang furiously, nnd ho opened tho door toseo what was tho mailer, A big, strong mn, tlresscel carelessly, brushed by him, walked Into his dining room, and sit down. Fol lowing him, I Mhlt "sir, you nro very rude." "What?" slid tho big mm, In a very loud nud threatening volco. "I Rahl, sir, that yon nro very rndo." "Oh, you itld. What Ihe blares do I cato tor your opinion! Don't you know mo?" "No, sir." "I ntnlho Khan of Tnrtary; 1 Invo mounted my ship ol tho desert nnd fled over tho hills nnd fir nway; I havo rut with my selmltar nnd hewn on" heads enough to nil n barrel Just to give me nn np petite for breakfast; I hivo a hircm picked wllh hourls and eunnchs-by lho wny, did you ever seo my hareinj" "No, sir, and I elout believe you're IhcKhauot Tnrlnry." "Voit don t?" "Nut n bit of II." "I'm glid to heir It. Ot all tho attendants In litis ward you re Ihe tlrst nno to doubt my word. W hy, I, so lo speak, warm to you for that." 1 looked at tho b'ginin slernly,yct timorously, nndmylhoughlsilcwfnsl. 1 noticed that he hid a niful eye, nn uneisy expression, nnd, although ho remained staled, there was a eonslnnt movement of his lrgs, feel, hinds, or nrms. Ilo had no fear uf me, 1 could ee, but when I ran lilm over on I our eyes met his dropped, nnd ho would not, could not, look Bipnuly nunc. Jly heartbeat rapidly, but I checked It by nn effort nnd tried tu show no fear ul lilni.nllhuugh I felt sura that ho was an escaped ma liiiau, nud t knew not whether ho had n weapon nbout him. 'Ton tho khnn uf Inrtaryl Nn, Blr; you're n humbug," I slid. "Ill truth, gwd Blr," him he, "I bellcvo I am." "Why, nt course you arc. A 111 in ol your nenso nml ediicntlnnnudappearanco nnd manners to go nbout, burst Into people's houses, nu I get 11IT n lot of Blush lUo Ihit. You oiiRhttoboashiined nt your self. "Von think bo :" "Think H07 1 know on" "I shouldn't lie nt all surprised," nild he.dropplng his eyes from mine and rcsllng his head on his arm, "If yem arc nut entirely right. Why should 1 7 Hut ei cry lime the Burgeon In-cliarge comes around ho enyB: 'Weil, how's lho Khan this mornlngj' And that awful Irishman, whom I hai c becu wait ing patiently for long years to overcome and Blay, when ho throws mo down and buckles mo In lho Jacket, Bays: 'Now, Khan, you don't get out of that till yo learn lobehavo yourself. Consequently, and therefore, If 1 ain't the Khan, who and what am 17" "Fudge and nonsense. I f you don't know yourself, how should 1 know you?" "Very true. Oh.slr, 1 hive led a mlsenblo life; nutthatl was eier wicked, but I hue been Bleeped In misery fur long years, nu I leant die. Will you listen lomy laloof tvoo7" Ills tone and manner change 1 lo u piteous appeal thit touched me, and 1 said : "It you talk flense, I will." "Von will ?" "I wlP." "Then listen: I was horn ten thousand years ago" "Whit I" "1 was horn ten thousind years ago." "You're a liar." "la tint your linn opinion?" "Yea." "Well," slid he, "maybe you're right again. How will this suit you ? I was baru llfly-two years ngo." "Tint's btller." "And! was reared ns well ns tiny was ever reared. My fat tier died m id an 1 1 mn mad Merciful Heaven! Here was Insanity Hut knew Itself! "And I wrecked a home, nud here I nm, dropped from all recollection of friend, kindred, home, and I cannot die. At times my mind Is a whirl of fantas tic thoughts; at times 1 can reason n ell ; atllnies few would think mo mid were they to see me; at times 1 am raving until physical menu must cruelly stop me. Any other nilllctlon could not tako tho com forts ot Iteliglnn from me, but when tho mind Is a chaotic whirl how can It fly lo ltellglm (or solace?" Oh, rather 1 Letmobe blind, deaf, hall; let all bodily affliction light upon me; let ilcoth in full view Bteadlly nnd aweelly gapo for me, let friend aud kin bo torn from mo and Your Word would step In lo bid 1110 bo of good cheer as It Bajn tho Future Is Buro-btit.oh, Father! when ltcason Is dethroned, how cm thit Word bo considered by or help tho shattered mind I "My poor afflicted rrleud," mid I, "did ltcllglon never comfort you 7" "Surely. And, by the way," ho mid lu a checrfu. tone, "I made a illscovcry which has comforted mo amoilogly In my lonely room, when my mind wns not raging, ns It doei at times. When I was much younger and before I was contlncd, nud beroro 1 was thought mad, I Joined a church, a fashionable church, high-toned and all tint nort of thing, and lho church prospered wonderfully, and they had a quartette and a ho musician to play tho organ for six hundred dollars a ycir, and thero was a row In the choir nnd It spilt lho congregation Into cliques, and tho divisions were bo numerous thit lho church dwindled and died, and lho iieoplc wcro not on speaking lerms with ono another, and gossip, Beau dal, and calumny began iobua around, but I hid riotlilngtudowllhll.aslubumluatcil disputes and Intrigues, and I went to another church tlio pastor of which was a widower, nud ho made a young woman Ids Becoud wire, but there wis nn elderly, rich maiden lady, who had given Ihntchurch a Btnall fortune, who had been hoping that lho minister would Binllo upin her, an I sho wis tremendously put out when ho married elsewhere, anl sho and her cronies put their heads logelhcr and froaj that minister out, and his friends left with lum and Ihcy slarlcd a church elsewhere, and thero was uo end lo lho bad feeling engendered thereby, ao I attended auothcr church, a big alone, fashionable church, built by a generous rich old gcnlletnan, who his beautifully touched many things with his generous bounty and made them gush forth, ami thero was a high old time between lho rector andia-Suinlay-scliool superintendent, and tho church divided, nud the newspapers published a mnss of slulf that dis gusted m my good people, and I left tint church, rather thau tako part In any disputes, nud attended another church, nud In 11 little while noino of lho icslry declared that tho rector did not have tho chills nud fever, but ho was a drunkard, nud his friends denied II, and a row (ol lowed aud hard wimls were oxchanged, aud wheu tho truth was made plain, aud lho drinker was sent nway, boiuo of his friends went, Un, und Ihe church lost them, bo 1 went to another church for poato und quiet, and a gentleman who had waxed rich and was generous wllhal gave liberally, nnd he wanted a certain minister and aorno of tho congre. gallon wanted aiiolhtr, aud thero was a division and a row and a fearful amount of bail feeling and flpltc, and 1 backed out good frlcuds with all, not that 1 am a negative character, but I would rather yield than dispute, because lire la too short lo wrangle, and I went lo another church, which prospered for a while, but lho minister Haw proper lo cxlcnd spir itual consolation loniwor sinner who had Hhol a President in tho b.nk, and bouio ol his people wild lho minister did II lu gain notoriety, and others said ho till It as 11 Christian duly, nnd Micro wan 11 hut division about Ihat, and I liirncd lo my Hlble, and I found Ihat I could couiuiuno with my Maker Willi out lho Intervention uf Priest or Church, and I could I'Kk tnjself I11 my closet and bo fate lo fat 0 wllh Mini who sprinkled Ills blood on Calvary, nml I thought when that now and blessed light burst ujnu mo Hint If our Christian frlemls will mulllplylheso dllfireucca and dlspulcHluihunhen lunllheronro millions of good people, who wish to lead good Uvea and try to live up Initio Commandments, and who wish lu uvnll Ill-feeling, will do us I ilid-Jeave churches nlono mil go to lho I'uunlulii llcud when they uru weary unl heavy lidcu. If chrisllau peo ple won I bear and forbear what will lho end be 7" "UodkllOHH." "I trust I h ivn nut Intruded upon you, I must go now. (loud night," "(loJd night, sir," said I lu lilm at the dour. And ns ho nalkidawiy down tho ruad in the still night I looked nfli r lilm and said t "'I hough this bo undtiess, jilihiio'H method In "" byum, Hlnllliig, The. great event lu rlnklng tlrcles lho past week was lho benem tenltredto Monumental Ilgo, 1. o. 11, T ., upon 1 tiursday en nlng last, lho rluk bt lug crowded by ho msuy Irltneis ul (hat organization, who thoroughly eujujcel Ihe excellent programme of laney skattng, renlered as fulluws: Couple aud uiinblnallun skating, Miss Alii u Hlco ami Mr. M. H, Olds, who sustained llielr reputation an the two most promising uiiiatcursul Ihe t liy. Next followed a bicycle race ufiiuiily-fuur laps betwitn Messrs. Crlt und Harbir, won by tho former MGMu. At tCHlthoBurfuiowusugnlu cleared for what proied IoIjo lho must auiciflsful event of tho tveulng, tho wonderful exhibition of faucy skating of Mnml.lla Jones, undoubtedly one of llio most accomplished Bkalorlal urllsis In tho couulry, 'Ihcilteiio brothers shortly utlerwurd gave their excellent txlilbltlon of tumbling, contortion, etc., ilovtloiuug many darlug aud Htartllug (cuts. At lu o'clock tho surface wus again cleattel uud the Devlguo brothers skated uu excellent programme ot fancy uud ucrubatlo trie Is, which wun from lho uu lieuco a deserved applause?. IhCHUteissof theeveiilng wuslargily duo tu tho 1 nulla 01 Mr. IV. H. Hail, who Is u very earnest worker In the goo I cause u( It injiersuet'. ' lio I'm luno of Tno Cuban Hurl-hunt. INcw Orleans (la) l'lcajuue,Kipl, 25.1 W'cdncs lay last Htnur Kduardo Marquee del IT110 aud MiuurljMuruW'a, two Cuban gculltmcu, rial, ilouls ul New lork, wlarolhey nro nigagcd III lho lobaciJi humursH ut No. in Kust TUIrlitnlh Btrcet, inctafitiii n porter, 'lhuobjtet which brought htaoiisltora to New Orleans was lho oollcclluu of thOBUiuo(llu,ouuiiouithuliiilalaua Hluto 1jtteiy eiiup my, to which llier weroeulltltd by virtue of holding uue-hull of llcket No. 72,4tf, which drew, September II, tho third capital prUo of f io,uw. TttllorliiK Ioiurliticiil, 'Jhuso Scotch thetlot Bulls lo order at 125 uro ?lhrue!"f gcuirul utieiitlou. IlUouiuu Hros., corner NEW NATIONAL THEATRE. tviuij; oft. ' n mMk MISS JMniR WAIIWHIIIUT. Mr. IaiuIs Jatneannd Mlsn Mnrlo Wnlnwilghl's en gagement at tho National Theatre, which begins In morrow nlghl, promises lo bo a nolnblo one. Mr. James Is n Wnslilnglonlan, and whlloln the Block company hero madon splendid record nn nn actor of legitimate roles. Ills ability his grown nlnco Ihat time. During his vlslln to this city, whllo lead ing support of liwrcntn llirrell, ho Invnilibly "hired ihe honors wllh Ihit scholarly Hngrdlnnj T ncrc nro lew nclors belter lined than Mr. James to pliy tho roles lu which lho Into John MeCullough nchloycdno much dlsiinitlnn, and Ihero Is nono who his played n wldrr rnngo of eharocle rs. Mr. James, in Physique, In vohe. In bearing, and In eiliitnilnn, has been ndmltled for yeirnlo 110 aiming tho best r-xpononlswohnvonf tho heavier irnglo roloa. A long training In tho best stlmul of tno nclor-lho slock fouipnny-ccrinlnly entitles Mr. James lo bo heard on his own account, lie his been belnro tho pub He, tor twenty yeirs, and nil liecn Idenlined with the best In our stngo literature, nn t with Ihnso win uphol.l thn dignity nt tho drnma. Allttnugn Mr. Jntnesbegan his theatrical c ireer In IMI, nt Macau ley's 'I hentre. In liulsvllle, it wns not until two years later, when ho secured nn engagement nt Mrs. DrcwHArih-slrert Thealre, Fhliidelplila, Ihat he gave evidence uf the hlslrlonlo gills which havo Btnee Hocnicd forttlm a postllon In tho rront ranks of his proroBsloii. Mr. Jnmes first plavcel Juvenllo roles, then walking gentlemen, nnd nt list lend tig business. Ills career nlnco Ihat tlmo has been n series of successes. W Idle levllng man nt Daly's Fifth Avenue 1 he lire, New v ork, ho won the, npprobillon nt lho most erlllcat, and did much to bring about Ihe triumphs earned by lho noted ntinnger and playwright. After lenvlug Daly's, In IsIMtr.JumiHjulncd Mr. MoVlcker's Theatre, In Chlengo. HeHiibscquent'y wns lending mnn wllh 1 ord.nf llililniore.and Mngulre.nf Cillfornln.and nlthollostnn nud tho Union Sqinro Thealres. Mr. liar ret t then see tired Mr. James's services and re Inlneel them for llvo years. Ills performances nro known to thoplay-gocra of this city. Ijist seison Mr. James was leading man nt lho New York Ly ceum, where his performance In tlio exquisite eoineely,"Ono of Our lllrls," won lilm additional fame.. Miss Mario Wiilnwright, who Is Blarrlng Jointly wllh her hustiind, nnd will en ict to morrow night tho iiirtnMhflgi'iillo IViilnM, Is nil uelress nt recognized ability, since sho miulo her debut, nniyelgntjearsngo.nsJiilfif.ln Hemth'a Theatre, New Y ork, Bho has never liecn Idenlined wllh any thing but liglilmnlo work, and linn eirned lho reputation ot being tho best exponent In Ihe United Slutis . of clnsslo and Sh ikesnearein roles. She plnycd lemllng roles wllh Mr. Uwrcnco llarretlforn numtier of ye irs, and Inst season Joined Mr. indwell's stock coinpony In New Orleans. Am a proof n( lho high estimation In which her talentB nro held, II may be remembered Ihat list spring Blie w.in selected by tlio management to mistiln the leadlug (ennlc roloB In tho memorable Hooih-alylnl engagements lu Philadelphia nnd New Y'ork. Miss Wiilnwright Is nn actress of great vers Ullliy.nnd Is equally nthotno lu tragedy and comedy roles Hi sides undoubted hlstrlonlu Intent, she ikibscbsis lho tasto In dressing and lho nalnral ilepornncnt which 1 I11r.11 Icrl7es nil the performinreK nt Miss Helen Terry. To-morrow night Sht rldinKnuwlcsH great pliy, "Virgin lus." will be given. This will be repeated Frldiy. "Much Ado About Nothing" will be the billT tiesdav and at Salnrdiy'Hinitluee, "Hamlet" will bn plaied W educsday, "lih hellcit" T hiirsdiy, ami Merchant ot cnltn"anil"Kalherlnuand Petrnehlo'' Himrday night. Thn company supporting Mr. nnd Mrs. Wiilnwright Is n most competent one, among its incmliorH being I!. U Ti'tou, I'. C. Mosley, (1. I). Fiwtett, AHss May Wheeler, Miss Kate W llsou.nnd Miss Knlc Meek. a m COULISSE CHAT. Added pipuliirlly his been git en lo Miss Fortes 1 uosHeasnn by Ihuiinuiiunieinenithal tier noso Is the twin uf Mrs. drover Cleveland b. Jules Levy, tho cnrncl.pliycr, Is golog to nuke a tour ol the world uu ler lho man igeiuent ut Chirlcs II. Dlltni in, who has Billed lur Dublin tu hire a hall Sumo ot tho Western critics thluk Mr. ltobert 11. MnnleH'B nciv pi u o( "Tangled 1 tus" risky In iln logne and Bllualloti, but lho pulillu go to reo II allthc biiiio. Dion Hoiitlciull dots not weir slippcra lu the houso. He travels nround lu his ntotktiigs. Cannot boiuo nctor sccuro 11 similar ndvcrtlseuieul by going barefooteel? Clara Morris, whose p pultrlly endures In suite of her Illnesses, tit enlrlelilts, nud fail il charms, keeps her audiences walling from a qnarlir lo lulf an hour between nets and tries their pilltnco sorely. Mrs. Lmglry bathes In water ns cold as bIic can haio It, without Ice, on rlslug at nlno lu the morning. Sho his done this ror ye irs and Hiys It Is what 111 ikes her complexion pure. DotrattorsBiy that her cuu plcxlon shows bigus ul wear. The old green umbrella strapped to lho truuk Dial DenmauThoiupijiiuseslu "lho oil Houicaleid" was presented! 1 lho nctur by un admiring citizen of Worcester, Mass , whose grcat-grau Hither ktpt off tho r.ilu with It uuo hull Ircd years ago. Illclnrd Manslleld will not produco the slarlllng tragedy of "Dr. Jckyll .unl Mr. Ilydo-' until next February, when ho will given publicity nt lho Uuiou Square Theatre. Ills l'rlnce Karl," slight as it Is, appears to bo gracefully acceple I In lliu Provinces. I.llllin Olcolt has left Nlblo'a for Montreal and Ottiwa wllh "llicodwa." She will pliy In Urook lynlalcr. Her Hon, Jack, tint she Introduces In Ihe play. Is becoming 11 pcrsmal pet, ami us uu adier Itslng mcdlnm Is wurth hair 11 d i?,": of Ad t Itch ill's litill.pups. W. S. Ullucrts "Orctclien," tho piece In which Miss Forlcscuo made her American liow.li.is re. celled 110 great prilso from lho New' York preBS, ouc critic h lying: "I thought us I w.is linking ut Ills work tint ltwai another glaring example of the base and Bcrvllo uses 10 which lho pens ol JlrlliHh play wrlghts h ive been lately pnt." That Miss Fortcscuo has been most carefully drilled Is manifest; but tho errors made In teaching her lo act have becu most union 1111 itc, and she eloi s not better her Insirutlluii by c'raiuatlo lulcnlor In telligent c. She appeared 1 1st evi nlng like a tried acinsa of long experience, but of limited power, bad melh-id. and iioliitellciluilgraHporeiiiutluuiKurce. .V. F. .lViff awl llrin cm. Nyui Crlnklo sayHlnhls feulllelon In tlio New York Jffi 1 ui ; "Ut lliu begot joti to see Liinglry ns f MHffur. Dun l of J'phesuslbut Bhclssuiuplu ous. I used to'lliluk Charlolla Clereq was the best I'ltHllw I eier naw. That was before I hid Bceulhui.llr." lire it hraveus! what n chaugo has taken place In lho aforcsihl Uly. It would appear that aho now acta a little. Instead ut "shows." 1iwrcuco llarrctt, lu addition to nil his oilier work. Is In dully confcrcuco wllh (leorge II. llokcr respecting the now play, "Calayoa," which ho thinks Is bcllcr than " francos ja .11 Itluitnl." The sceno ol tho piny la laid In sp Hu, and treats of Ihe expulsion of tno Moors from (Iranadu It will be produced llrstlu Washington next mouth, ami will then bo u feiluro of Mr. Hirrett'a second engigement lu Philadelphia. Aud now tho Purls 1 orrciuioiidcnt ot 11 nffc says Ihat AugustlnDilylhoiighlKlngdon could playJiidrt Ix-iter than Anderson, and eredlta Unit gentleman with aaylng: "Isive is blind, which Is a reason I should Hko to halo hlui nt tno head of my scene shifting lot when ICdllh Klngdou plays. All the men, from lho highest tu the lowest, uro irazy aiuut her." No wonder Miss Klngdou thought that It was prudent to mirry (lould. It la related ot Miss Helen Dauvray, who Is tho heroine o( "l)no of Our (llrls," Ihat she went on the stage at lire, was a star nt ten, and headed 11 com pany of twenty-six peoplo ut thirteen, lleforo going to icuropo to Btudy alio wus known us "l.ltllo Nell, tho California Diamond. '' Next seison she will revive tho "School for Kcuudil," und will consult the Bugllsh artist, Alma Tudeiua, wllh rcferemu 10 lho costumes, lu the ball ruum Be euo onu hundred pesiplo will appear 011 tho stage. Mlaa Murguirlto Fish, boiler remembered an "llaby llensoti," will mako her American tlebul, after great Buccess In (lermiuy, atthe T'halti Thea tre, New York, December li, In a (Icrmnn comedy, supported by Ihe Thilli llramallii Company, On Dcember 20 "(llllclle tlu Nnrlninne," a itunlu opera by Kdmond Ainlran, will be Played ut the sumo theatre, wllh Murguerllo Fish ns illlH lit, supported by the Thalia Open Company. On January J Hho njiiearH at Miner's Hruoklrn T'heure, lu Leonard tlroier's new conitdy, "our Wedding Day," lu which alio pliys tlvu tharatlers, Biipisirled by her own KiigMsh-Hpc iking uiineily coinpaur. Alter u shoit tour of lho Icidlng iltlea Miss Fish will re. turn to New York fur nu extended engagcintiit at the l.yieum Thtulre, following llio eng igemeul of Helen Dauvray. The New York correspondent uf Ilia llosloii Iln. ti ttt doea not speak highly of Hubert's (Irttihcn, andsaysi "As lur Miss Furlesnie, alio Isprellyus actresses gu, but she Is so frlghlliilly mado up Ihat It Is hard In tell what sho Is under her paint uud pow der. The black fairly hangs from her eyelashes, uud scents to weight Ihem down, though sho has a wny of blinking caught from Miss Terry, by the wny which BhuwBthulBlioiuii muvo llicm. Tluro Is u good ileal about M Iss Forlescuu Ihat h is bceu 1 aught from Miss Terry. Nobody tan full tu notice mis. At times It reminds you of Miss Kuto (llr.inl'H nulla. 1 Ion o( lho fair l.llcii. II llio truth must bo luld, Miss Forlcscuo Is no autress. She isu pretty woman -that Is, what Is conventionally tailed iirelly; It la not thuHlylol udiulreut ul, and alio Iiasuplliiit, girlish Pgure, and Is mode si lu herbcnrlug. liul if Bho makes u Hueteiss It will havo to bo fur olhcrrtu Huus than her lilslrluniu lalent. The uudience, thuugh large, was viryisild. I do not think that I ever saw u pretty young uelress, ubuut whom bj much hus bceu Beld, receive bo lltllo upplauso on lho llrst night. Kveii Iheclaceiuo could not warm up the houso, uud It was only by Ihu hardest cltort that the slur gui her recatlH ut llio end o( the acts, I 11111 sorry that Miss Forlcscuo Is not going lo bo more of a success, because she seems to boudceciil hull) womau. Tho only thlugugalust lur Is that sho could ever bring herself 10 burn guged IobucIi a Bap head us I'ird Culms, Hut thin Bho camo out uf Ihu scrape successfully, and Willi u large uddiilou tu her b 111k account." Niw Yorkers nro having goad Italian upern ut moderate prices, aud cnjuylug, besides, 11 I nut lu lho rovltal of le nil's least iiaekuoyed operas, AiuunglliiBoaru "I'lunbanU'1 ami "Ull Hallo lu MOBchira" 01 lho pitfonuanco last week of tho lalttr the Vi'mi j Balds '"Un Hallo In Jlascliero.'ls undoubtedly ouu of lliu works In which lho coin iostr'o creative power Is must vividly shown and lu which ho has bteu muni happily Inspired; it Isulso an achievement, lu which lliu Inapposite Biralus which uru lIMeucd to In his earlier scores aro not er heard. Tho pago'a illusion pre suits u totally 110 1 el ilemtutlu Verdi's music. Ju point ol brlgutness thirds buttling llku It In the luusieiiu's 11 pc iiuiru. (mui' two Bungs, however, uro but a small pro. ixirtlouor theluitly uud i Iteclivo lucasurislu lUn Hallo.' Thehuuecd ii'iiiiuiuirutlon,or lamrso, at this lato iluy, uud yet 11 is possible thai bouio of the yuuiut r spec tutors that enjoyed the opera last ulght wire unaware until Ihcil Ihat lho cui..oscr whuui (leriiiuu rcformcra havo bo lung derided hud galheicdltiu sitiglo work such 11 aeries of Bolus uud (.ouctrtcd iilcceu as uru 1 abed up lo the lucnllciltuii of oldir illlelluiillbyllhu lilies of 'lot rlieilru,"AIIvlta,"DllUBo(cdcl,"Krl lu.' by tho liupusluiicililuct lu tho Ihlrd ucl,iiiid by llio uePut ruble qululel (' 11 acliiuu') which Is ulmoal oil u plant) lu point ul melodious beauty aud tlruiuailo nigulil euuee wllh Ihe quartet lu lOgolcltu.' Uu Hallo' r&Ued a largo uudience lu u high pitch of cuthualasm yisterday eviulng, partly IhrougU tho charm uud lureeol Ihoojuru, unel partly through tho riprcscu tatlou, wulch wan by ull odds lho best tho company now at lho Academy has glrin. T tie honors of tho performaneo nero nbout eqnally divided between Mine. Xalda nnd Flgnor (Hanninl, tho tenor rolo being nmiucsllnnahly tho more Important ot the two,hntlhosoprunoiicrltlng siietlal Inlcrcsl, on tho occasion under notice, from tho perfect (linens of Mme. Valet to Itn reval nnd hlstrlonlo requirements. For tho first tlmo slnco Mme. Vnlda has appeared In this city her volco nnd her easy grace ns nn nclress were revealed in n completely tavornWo light; In 'Vnltrnlsierra'andlnihoaiUntot lho pnro quality of her tones was particularly noticeable, nnd In Snrier voiresle,' her capital execution of light nnd norld measures brought nlnni, as did her slug. Ing (o() her llrst nilj,nnenenroof uncommon henrtl nossnnilttnnnlmlty. Sljnordiannlnl, whoso dellnc nllonntfifcnidowaa mom commend ible through out, wasnnialily successful in his nallor a nong in tho second act nnd III tho quintet following. Tho quintet, which wns rendered wllh abroad vel timeuf tone, nnd with spirit nnd precision, was op. plaudcd, as may bo Imagined, to tho echo, nnd In stantly redeniamleet. Mme. ltlanchl.Monlaldo bole up snccosstnily under lho weight of the trying third net, her opening ravnllna being sung with much reeling nnd varied accent, and tho duet wllh Slgnor (llnnlnnl being given wllh such breadth nnd wnrmth as are not loo ntten recorded In connection wllh lho opernllo cntottnlnnionts of lho period," THE WASHINGTON, OHIO AND WESTERN. Whnt Vlrei I'reslileul !liilttcitocr Hnyn A limit lot llelnir l.enscil liy the. Illrli. innnil mill Dnnvllln llnllrnml Com. unity, nml Onernleil ly TlinlrNyxlptn, AHl'NiiAT lliiiiAliMnaniallcdnti Mr. V. W. II11I dckopcr.tho vlio presldenl of (ho Klihmond nnd Danville llntlrnid Cuinpatir, yeslirday and mid In Ihntntllteri "I hear that lho Washlngion, Ohio and W estern llalirnad passes Into tho hands n( tho Itleh. mnnd nnd Dant llio sTmllcalo on a long lease, nnd Is In ho operated by that compiny on andntler Novem ber 1." ' Yes.Blr; tint Is n fact," replied that nffiiblo offi cial. "Then Ihero In no fnundnllon furllto rumor Ihnt lho present compiny has Bold out ;ils Interests In lots for nvi,mHi, thereby making nn apparent proilt ntilNi,uinliiii lho Han,!"), tho amount, It Is mid, titer pild for It soinothreoorfoiir rears ago 7" "No; wo Blmplylease thoroad and cuaratiteo them four per renl, Interest nn all llielrniilstanding bonds. Wn can operate lho rond at rompirullvnlr lltllo cost, he, nuso wo 1 unullllzo tho yards of tho Virginia Midland Itallroad now 0 pirtof our system and tho Wnshlnglon.Ohlo nnd W'eslern Itallroad at Alex niidrln, andean concentrate tho business of both roads In nno nrtlee, nml limn nnnnm'ro In Ihe niiinber ot rinpluyes, 'I his Hiving will nlono place t he road nn a paving bisls." "I learn tho piBscnger puninige was lirgrr last summer I han nny season before In lho history of lho road, thus Indicating that Washington peoplo nro nvnlllngthemselteant tho comparatively Improved condition of lho road nnd ollhovnrted nltrattlons nf 1mdoun County ns n ucnr-tii homo niiminor resort." "Yes, I understood thai tho road wns much Itn prm cd during I ho last ye ir or so." "Don't you think lho new rnnnngern should and will In their own Interests, ir nothing eise.tnnke no dltlonal luilirineiiients, iiicli ns running lho trains ofienerand faster, to enconrngo nnd lucrciso this pitronago from year to year?" "cs; wo oxih ct to do oierylhlng Ihat will help tho tiittresis of the road by cnoinrnglng tho patrou agent lho public." , "Will tho rend lio extended berond the present terminus at Hound lllll, through the Hlno Illdgo lo Herry vllle, and thero cunnectcd wllh tho Slinian donh road." "1 hofact Is Ihat niinnnf lho executive olllcers ot t ho ltlchmnud and Danville Compiny hive over been nverlho Wnshlngtun, Ohio and Western Itallroad, iindconsequenllywohivo not consulted ns to ex tending lho road. We expect In mako n lour over tho road shortly, nfier which wo will elclcrmlnons In tho project or extending it. I henr Ihero nrc noino rich coal mines In Virginia, nml It In possible Hint lho roni tiny lio extended lo them, with a view to developing tint Interest, but nt present nothing can bo decided." Tho ntrlbo then miggesleel that: "If Iheroid waacxtcndclcicn tlvomllcn through Snicker's (lap lu the base nf tho llluo ltletge. It would make thoso mountains a grcit summer resort for W'nsltlngtnniins, as It wimtd eneoiirign parties (o build hotels In that legion, uud would nt lho Himo ttmo be n nnurtc uf considerable profit to tho comn my." Tho Tho president thought lho scheme ft good ono, nml Bald ho "would look Into tho luntler, nnd possibly the extension would be nmlo 111 the spring.' Ho Wns Not Wnlkluir. Sitnunah News Jibe Muthts, of lho Thirteenth (lenrgln, was a good Boldler, but one day, when the Conteeleritcs were retreating from the gory Held of (letlysbnrg, Jabe threw his musket on lho ground, seated turn self liy llio rn ulslde, and exclaimed wllh iniieh ve hemence: "I'll be dished If 1 walk auothcr step! I'm tirokc down! I can't ilo III' And Jnbo was Ihe plclnronf despair. "Hit up, mm!" cxclilnied his Captain; "don I you kuow tho Y'nnkccs ore fol lowing us? They'll git you, Hiirel" "Can t help It,'" sild Jabe; "I'm done fur; I'll not walk another step!" Tho Coufeilcr.itea pissed along over lho crest of a lull and lost sight of poor, dejected Jabe. In 11 moment liiere was afresh rnltloof musketry nnd 11 renewed crash of shells. Suddenly Jabe ap peared 011 the crest tit tho hill inntlng Hko ti hurrl t ane and followed by a cloud of dust. Ah ho dished put his Captain that ottlccr yelled: "Hello, Jabe! thought you wasn't going lo walk ituv morel" "Tnunilerl" replied Jabe, as ho hit the deitt with re. nowiil vigor; "you don I tall this walking, do you ?' W noYALM6'.TI.a il, mi if POWDER Absolutely Pure. This ponder never varies. A marvel uf purity, strength, and whulesoiitencss. More economic 1 I linn lho ordlniry kinds, and taiiuot be Hold 111 cum pellllun wllh Ihe mulllludo nt low test, short weight alum or phosphate powdera. hold unlit (it nrj. (tor Al. IIakinu I'uwiikii Co., ma Wall St., IN. Y. "kltlorney llalrjr Wngous." Fresh Alderney butter 1 hurned every morning and delivered In x-pouud "Ward" prints, is rents per pound. AiHocotiagecncesc, oiiiicrmui,, unei bwcci mllk,t cents per qu irt. Cream, 10 cents per pint. HAiiiiir.ii. FI.HMINtl-VKDDKIt.-Octolier M, ISSll, at tho residence o( tlio brldo's pircnts,by Itcv. Hush II. Shlppi'U,o( All Souls' Church, Hubert I, Fleming to Hell Voider, ot Washington, 1). C. IKI. CASICY. Suddenly, nn Saturday evening, nl his Into resident e, lews F street northwest, at K: 111 F. M., Martin V. Casey, In lho forly-lhlrd ycarof his life. Notice of funeral hcrcaltcr. MAlIbSllY.-On tlio mih uf Oclubcr, IH.su, Medical Director fleorgo Maulsby, II. S. N. Ills friends and Ihoso of the family are Invited lo attend lho funeral from Ids Into residence, lilt Furrugul Square, Moo. day, November 1, ot tua F. M. Interment at ltuck Creek Cemetery. HliMITlll.l, On Mondiy mornlng,"Octnbcr 21, IRSit, at a o'cIih k, oro lldinoula stark Hemphill, wife uf I .lent. J. N. Hemphill, U. H. Navy. Jlisr. On October 'il, Mrs. Margarcut Just, widow of tho lain iTiarlea Just, In tho slxiy. third year of her ago. Funeral from No. Hi K Btrcet northwest nt 'I o'clock F, M. to-diy. MkWIIKNSON.-OcloticrSO, William H. latwren Hon, agcel aoveuly-llireo years. Funeral from his lain residence, 1115 lllgliili street northwest, to-day al U F, M, SIMPSON. At lho resldeiuu of her noil In-law, F. W, I'ratt, nn '1 hursdar evening, October 'ii, Mrs. Sarah Simpson, ngednlxty.flve. Funeral from lilt, Khodu Island avenue lo day lit 3 ', M, liidfrtalwii. .T O S. U. I-i E IS, Formerly of I1RNHY laKK'S SUNS, mvi)i:iiTAKi:n. NIIW AND COMMODIOUS WAHBltOOMH, 325 I'euusylvanta Avenue Northwest, Itesldcnco nn tho premises. feu3-tf Vt(M Sotir.s. UJ- A. OAIU). To all who 1110 suffering from I ho errors nnd Hulls eritions ot youth, ncrvoua weakness, curly decuy, loss uf manhood, etc ,1 will scud a reclpo Ih it will cuioyuii, I'llllliol' (,'HAIKIH. This great rcnudy was disi nvered by a missionary lu S011II1 Aiuerlia. SeiidaBilf-addrcBscd luvclopo lo lho llrv. Josriu INM4N, hlnlUin ), Ai m Yin A city. Btlt.ly liort!J. Jockey Club Races CONTINUATION OF TIIK FALL MKKTING ON WIIIINF.NIIAY, Nmeinbera, 'rilllliSDAY, Novriiiuor I, I'lllllAY, NnvonilHir fl. Tralus leave the HAl.TIMOItK AND OHIO HI!. 1't) I' oil Haul Days ul el; ID and 8:.ul A. Al. uud litll), la: 10, 1, on uud I :.)1'. M, Itelnru Iralui In walling ut Icriuliiatlou ul each ilay'rt racing, ROUND-TRIP TICKETS, 15 CENTS. IIACINO WIM. I'OMMIGNCIIS AT Ittio KAUII DAY', CVIMCJIUl'lill C1IAKACTIS1IM will, us lierclo. fore, bo excluded. oct31.ltr Crystalized California tonr.TiiiNa r.NTinF.i.T itrnv, JLNGLISH AND SCOTCH! JAMS, H2.00 nor Huron, Assnrteil, DUNBAR'S FRESH BARATARIA CANNED SHRIMPS, H1I.9S per llnr.eii. ENGLISH PICKLES, 'jn t'en I si pet llnlllc. GEO. E. KENNEDY & ?S0N, Importers of Fancy Groceries, octii.m l'J(II) I' HTKF.F.T GRAND FALL & FINE FURNITURE, CARPETS, AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS, HuibrncliiR evcrjltiltig Now nml Sljlluli In tlio llnoj niim'il nliuri), Ml of which will be Bolel at thn VHrjr Lowesi JPossible Prices. Thla houso linen unl dual wllh ngenli, bill bura tin Boo,la illrml from first hamls; ronse iliiBtilljr lho Mlilellu Mbii'i I'rofltB nrn navoel nml given to llielr customers, which makes a largo Bavlng In their patrons in making llielr purchases. PARLOR SUirES. ., ul,,l.l;ls,t,'r,", ''li"''. Hrnoalelle, ntnl Cherry, Mahorfnnjr, Hngllsh Oak, Walnttl Chamber Heito, Hall btands, Walnttl, Cherry, ami KugllshOAk Unit Htnuils, Mirror 1'ronl Wardrobes. OfJ'Lce JTurniture. DINING AND LIBRARY SETS. Our Stock la Unusually Largo, aud Kiubr.icnn everything New nml Stylish Manufactured. We name! Moquots, liigolow. Body Hmsscls, Koxbiiry Velvets, anil Tapestries, together with Tapestries and Ingrains in all Grades. IN UPHOLSTERY GOODS Wh have .r.0O l'alrsof IMl'ORTKU TUUCOMAN CUIITAINS, all lu the NeweHl Deslans Sis llutiilreel 1'alrH nf I.ACU CUIITAINS in NOTTINHIIAMS, liCUUS, and WUITIS TAM IHHID LACK, and API'MQUK, VKIIY HANDSOMH. iruitu, iaoi Kxamlne our rJtock Before Making your Purchases. We know wo can please jnu. WASH. B. WILLIAMS, aiTnndai!l8HVr.NTIl b'l'HKET AND 013 LOUISIANA AVftNUR. oc3 8m3 tmi5ftUfUt3. A liUAUdll'S OltANO UI'IillA IIOUSK. Week Conuncni luc Mniielar. Novemiicr 1. MATINItRS WU1INKSIIAV ANII bATUKUAY. 1'jircwcll tteiiHonnf llie WOltl.lMlltNUH'NKI) TltAllltDIKNNi: JANADSCHEK, Supported hj the'Ilirco Iadlnir Ailors, (1 1101(11 i, 11. e;llAI'l,IN..IAMIM CAItlllSN.AI.KX. ii. KiUAiir. AudnslroiiK Dratnalln Cnniianr. Kepertolrc otttio Week: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, mil Inured ly IlrenlnKH, (Irinet I'rolucllon-ol rvt'EG M:i5RX.IlTli:S, Wblcli will he produced Willi all llio OIliniNAI. MUSIC AND tlltAND CllOItUtJ. Janauscliek, for Ihe llrst tlmo herein her latest Bllcccsjail.. MRt MRltltlLt.KS Wtdlicsday Matinee. VOTIICIl AND HON Friday HvtnliiK, Farewell llencllt or .lanauscliek' 1II.KAK 1IOUHR halurdiy Mallnen 1IUMK IltlllSK Blturelil KtcnlDg MAKIC AN10INKTTH Next Wcck-Hiram nnd llocy 111 "A I'nrlnr Malcli." N1 KW NATIONAL TIIHATUU. ONK WKK1C. ItKniNNINll MONDAY, NOVIIMURK 1. I.OUIN JAMEH AND itivitii-; WAiivwnitiiiT, AND A bUPEItll COMPANY Ol' 8.7 AKTlHItt. 'Ilirsotinlucnt nrllma, who haio ho Iouk held a nronilnentplicoln lho llieiirlcal proreiwlou , havo iiecn received wllh I lie greatest enthusiasm wher ever lliey havutippcarcii dunni? thlslliclr initial nlur ring tour. IIKI'KHI Olltli 11)11 Till! WKKK: MONDAY VllinlNlim TUKSIIAY ...MUCH ADO WICDNKKDAV , I1AMI.1CT TIlllltSDAY IIIIIIIKLIICII 1'ltlDAV VltidlNIUH HATUlll)AV(Mllllncc) MIIUII ADO HA'I IIUDAY NltiliT, (lloulilo hill,) Mercliiintnt Venice and Kallierlnennd I'etruclilo. NcMlVetk-UAIlLUlON Ol'KllA UOMt'ANY. nc3t-lir. H AltlUd'S 1IIJOU TIIKATKli. ONIl WKKK, COMMIiNCINO MONDAY, NOVKMIIUlt 1. 15VKIIY Al'l'KllNOON AND KVIlltY MVllNINtl DUKINU TIIK WKKK, KI.AIlOllATi: I'ltODIIUl'ION Ol' THE UNION MtUAIlK HUOC'KSS, Tlio (Ircnlcst of all Melo-Drntnas, STORM BEATEN. l'HISNOMKNAI, OAST Ol' (JIIAKAU riilW. SUI'KKII AND ItKAUoTIU HUKNIO KKKUOIH. DON'tVaH. TO HUB "I'lIK MOVlNtl IL'llllllltn . HCKNK." TUB OUKATKSr ritODtllJTION Ol' MODKItN T1MKH. NBXTWKEK O. A.OARIIINKII.TIIKKMINKNT DIAI.KUl' COMEDIAN. oc31.3 HKUZOd'S NINTH HT. Ol'KllA IIOUSK. ONE WKKK. L'OMMKNCINII MONDAY, NOVUMIIUlt I, EVKIIY AtTl'EIINOON at li. KVKIt Y NKIHT ut 8, Knitagcincnt ol tliqCharatter Coniodlan, NHII. llllllUtXH, In Ids Must UiiKhnlile Hm , crh.wIiIcIi has had n Htm of WW NlBlits in New York Clly, the now V vim: m: A Dramatic Tie lure, Clean, I'ure, and Wholesome, Itcplelo wllh l-iuglilc-r from llciflunlni; In Und. Till'. UKKaT (IIIU'UN NIlliNF.. Mr. Nl!ll, lllllttlKSS In his Wonderful llarclmek Kepteslrl in Act on a Ileal I. Ive Horso. Tuesday, Tliurwliy, nud Friday Matinees, WIIMIW HEIIOTT. Next NVcck-Calan, Haley A. t'alnn MlnatrulH. Dime Museum, The I'uiiiilar Itcaort ot lho rcoplo, ANII I'll Kit KAMIIUH HKNHA'iltlN. COMMKNOINtl MONDAY, NOV KMIIKH 1. Kvery AfUriinon and Nlltlit, AMKIIIOA'H I'OI'UI.AH A0101I, !. W. IIUKKT, , Author nl tlili Great Hr, HupiHirloil hy the Aitviiiipllulied Aclnmi, JKNNIK ElINrAllF, And an r.lcnant Drninatlei Company, In Ihu Moid I'owi rful Drninii on lliu Knige, ESCAPED FROM SING SING. l'laied uu tliohliiiio wllh New and Hlurlllnir Uf. fttlti, Notil Mechauleal and Kccnlo IIIiihIoiih. honxa, D iiiccii, uud Comic HncclaltlcH, mil li Ureal Cam of t'liaraclem, ' AduiliuilonloulltliU (Iriat hlmw only lu tents. HcatH llcaerved 'I lirro Ilnja Hi Advance, tlc3.5 KlillNAN'H WAHIUNdTON TIIKATIIH. Till! CLIMAX OI'AI.I.A'lTIIAOl'IONS, Kill I.I. V .V WOOD' Hill HlltMV. 5 NHI.KONN, ihu Atroliitlii Miirveln uf tlio Ako. Alleuilufutiier 1'lmt ilau ArlltUH, iiiaUnu tin lho (IHKATKSr VAltlKI'Y HIIOW ON HAIll'll, Owluir to the v,iHtnn of thla entertainment, It will lioiiupoiMilileloglvoiilnKluturuii, Cuumiiiiuitiy you will me three at la at one time. No adt am a lu nrli ca is, ti, ami Ml, No hlsher. Walltitc, in ami at. No IiIhIict. not-lio yn AUK HHADY l'OK IlUSINKSa. NATIONAL KINK, K Hl'liniSTNOUTIlWIttr. cloud Mimld every nliitit, J:'Ul In l(i:jcl,nnd oiery WUDHIfHDAY AND HATIIIIIIAV Al'lKIt- rioONH.-ito rio'eloik, ADMIHSIUN lllclUlM. H KATES 10 cCUtH. I.AlllllH' ADMlbHION, INI'LUDINtl HKATKH, IS CKN'lh. ' HOOD (lltDKItdtlAltANl'KKD, U.H.N. CUOUHi:, LI1SSKK AND MANAfllSIt. HClU-tfJ rilirnl. Manhood RESTORCp. Itinw-.lv ltnt. A li-liiiinr kiniii.rin iiiiiriiUuitx (iuiii)f 1 n ma tuin Jjouiy, Nvrvtuiit )cl ill ). I . IAmilIIHBI,U,W..UMllll rlalluBin ovrykvHnrtiiioiJy,iiiiidwHroilii ,c.,vo-iiiiuwn, .l IIIHH JL), J. MAHUW, I'owt uaico Uox 317It. Now York 01ty( MIDY'S SANTALCAPSULES aro now used In thellonpluiaof 1'arls. In ulaco of Copaiba, Cutictm, aud Amrlnguul Llqulda. They will euro In furiy-clerht hnura all dc-rauuo. acuta of lliourliiurrurirana lu clllur acx.calnirb uud ualiitulno iiulaaloiiH, without luitiuvculciuu of auyklud. BULli hy ALL DltUUUIoIM, lutHrnu NOItTIIWKMT. WINTER OPENING OK curUou Mts. rjlllOMAH OOWLINH.Auotloneer. CVTAI.UUUe Nll.K 01' ki.f.u.ni' niusKiior.ii FtiKNirvitn, Kmliraclnit, Aiuoiik Other TIiIukh. TtHlKl.su PAHLOU MIITK, UKGEl'TION cnitiic-., iii.iii i 1 mi. till UillilNHtB AND TAIILlit, bUI'liltll MANI'KL AND OTllItlt CLOCKS, UANDKLAIIIIAH, KINK OltNA MKNIrt, llllll'-A-llltAU, i'ANCY TA11LKS, llltASS . 81'ONCKS, WINDOW HANlllNfls! 'ItlltKISII I'OltllEltKS, ONK .SIII'Kltll AOItA HAJ,t.l.'K.1...l-"Sl' ''""' 'IUIIKISII OAHI'ErS, l'INB WIL'ION AND IIIUJhMKI.S UAUI'KTh! Hlll'KHIOIt WALNUT DININO CIIAIItS, VEIlV I'LKtlANI' WALNUT blllKIUIAlID, (made hy Kllllliel.V Cahlis,) WALNUT KXTKNSION TA III.K. nilAHSI'litlSHIil'H.ONK HUDKItltlll I HI. rOKI'KII KNtlLIHIl OKATK, ELUUANT TUHK 1SI1 LIIlllAltY CIIAIItS UI'IIOLKTKItED IN LKM'llKIt, I.ICVtilKlf-COVKItKO LOUNtlKS AND .MH'At,, l'HKNCII OAK LlliKAllY TABLE ANDTWOI'llAIIIH.IIItON.H: fit AMIS Mtltltlllt, WALNUT II. (.USES, HANDSOME HALL l'UII NlTIIItK, KAHY CIIA1K.1 AND KOFAS, AN TIOtlKANDMODUUNMAIlOIIANYCIIAMHEU l'llllNITUltK.(ln hcparale nieces,) PINIi WAL NUT MAltllLK-'IOI' t.'HAMIIKIt KUItNITUItB IN BUlrES AND HKI'AltATK l'IKCKS. VERY OLD IMPORTED FHKNUII OAK WAItllltOIlE, PINK HAIR MATTRKSSIX I'KA'llIKK l'll MIW8 AND IIOLSTHUS, PINE OLD FRANK LIN IIKATKS, WITH 1IRASS MOUNTIN08; ULKS AND CHINA WAltK, LAIKIB ABhOUT MLNT OF KlTUIIKNIIKIjlIIHITKS, elo., etc. On 1UBMDAY MOllNINU, Noicmlier li, 1SSS, coniincnclm: at 10 o'i lock, at resilience 1739 1 street, (lattly occupied liyHcnatiirKvarla,) I ahall sell the entlro contents, all of which la of lho finest cliarau tcr and suporlnr workinunshlp. N II. 'IlioPuriillure will he nn view on MON ) prior to nalc, from a o'clock A.M. till oo'clock' I. M , when Catalogue ivl.l he ready. TIlOilAS DOWLINO, ocir.llii Auctioneer v rnilOMAS DOWhlNO, Auctloneir. TURKISH 1'AltI.OIt SUITE, ESTKY A CO. OR. IIAN. IIIIUhSKI.S AND INtlltAN CAlll'KTS. l'ltll URES. WINDOW IIANtllNOS.IIATItACK, Ol'FICK TAI1I.U, WALNUT MAIIIILK-TOP IMIAMIIK.lt HUTS. WALNUT WARDROBES. HAIR MA'ITRKSSKS AND 1IEDDINU. WAL NUT KXTKNSION DININO TAI1LB, DININO CHAIRS, CHINA AND (1LAKS WARE. hllCHEN ItKliUISITES, Ac.. ATAUCflON. On WEDNESDAY, Novcmlwr 3, lSSO,TOminenclmr nt 10 o'clotk, nl residence. No. 3 lid Btrcet, southeast, 1 shall sell tlio eullru ijoiilenis partly enumerated iitinvc, all of which Is lu good londlllon. THOMAS DOWLINtI, oc3.llT Aticlloncer. JUNCANSON Iliiois", Aiiotloneorn. SALE IIY AUOI'ION OF 1IIE KNTI1I1J PUHNI 'HIltK CONTAINED IN A HOUSE OF NINE ROOMS, 1IKINI1 No. 214 A STREET SOUTH KAST.CON.SIsrlNO IN TAUT OP IIKI I'Alt. IMIt FIIRNIIUIIE. MANTLE AND 1'IHR Mill RDRS, MARI1I.K-TOI' l'IKR TA1ILK, UI'HOL. STKRP.D I'AI'KNT UOCKKRH.OAMP CHAIRS, MAKIILIt-'lOP TA1ILKS. WALNUT MAItl IILK-IOP WITH LAIttli: MIRRORS, HACK HALL P1KIIK, WALNIII'MARIILIt-TOPOIIAM. IIKRFUIINIl'URE. UOVKN WIRE HPRINOH, WALNUT SINOI.E HEDsriCADS, HAIR MATi TRESSItS.FEATHKR PILLOWS AND llllIMTKIt, WALNUT KXTKNSION TAIILK. WALNUT DIN INdCIIAIKK.MAIIOtlANYHIUICIIOAHD.ULASH AND CROl'KKRY, KIll'lll'.N FURNITURE, AND KKIJUIMI'ICH. TIIK HOUSE IS COM PLETELY UARPKTKD TllltOIKIIIOUI' WITH 110DY AND TAPESTRY llltDK.SKLS AND IN- !!At.f4.!oAN,!J;?Tyv,"c" A,,B " ,N K,'B- On WKDNESDAY, Novemiicr 3, Ikso, at 1(1 o'clock A. M., wo will (ell tho entire Furniture contained In Ihe above named residence, ami partly died above, lielnu lho properly of n lady declining houaekcep Init for tho purpoao of leaving the cllyV Special at lenllou la Invited. DUNCANSON llliOrl , "C3MI5 Auctioneers. tUonrru. THE GLADSTONE THE PKEMIEH. THE DIPLOMAT. NOTE PAPERS AND ENVELOPES IN PAPETERIES. Till! LATKHI' STYLE OF ItUIHilMilHIKII I'APKRS AT ciivxiM:A.iv'S, , l 1JHNNSYLVAN1A AVKNUK. A 1?ULL JjlMi Oh' BLANK BOOKS, Vrlnl JlaUince Itoolm, Jnilrxantl Time lioolcn, Jtvportem' Note-Jtuok ', STUDENTS' NOTES Hxercise aud t'oiuposUlou Books, LETTER-COPYING BOOKS. . SCRAP AND INVOICE BOOKS lllKuk Notes, llrarm null Itereliua, Grocors a nil Uululiers' Order Hooks, XlAM'r'OrV .-. it.lTi. HI'ATIONKHtt, eor. l'a. avo.aud Ullist.N.W. Hj O O JSJV Til 15 25o. BOOK COUNTER AJV BRAD ADAMS'. 1J00KS W0HT1I $1, JOHN 10. HIOAI.I,. COMMIHSlONKIt OP DI'.HDH I'Oll EVER YHTATK AND TKIIIU'IOIIY, NOTARY, AND U.S. 1,'llMMlKSIllNICll. oiucohguii,u io o. io p bind uartliwcBt. I mt hi gBregyraEasyyiwtfa'ie1 .iwj.