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THE NATIONAL. BEPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MOKNTNG, SEPTEMBER 16, 1879.
NK1V AnVintTISKJIKXTM. C3-I"VE3ST -A.-wrA.-3T. olasswauk and cuoriCKUY Olven to every pur. ha(er of Tha niul Corner, at tho HOUTIIMIM IVtlirll TfAilVIS NKWHTOHK, siloct No. loiHi-vmithnireet N. w. CIDEE VINE&AE. CIDERVINEftAE. win: ci 01:11 rtxi.ti ut is stoiii: axi ians.iLi:.iTJ.oritivr.s uv Dopot 57 Groouo St., Goorgotown, D, C. SCHOOL" BOOKS,' School Bags and Noisoloss Slatos AT TUB VEUY J.OW1MT t'lUCm ediool Hooks am) Copy Hook Covered Free, llli Patent Covers, K bought at SHILLINGTON'S BOOK STORE, au3 Cornar Fimr-and-a-liatr i. and l'uim. iiv. SPECIALTIES, ok.vw ii.ixii-sKiVKn hoots, LA CK, It uri OX AXJ COXOltUSS 0.11- fll.V, Kll' AXD CAT.F HOOTS. j.aihj:s' sun: LAVK OAITISIIS, XIDAXJU OOAT1WIIOX snovs, white Kinsi.irrr.ns. SVHOOL SHOES JX till EAT VAUTV.TY, ou.it hoots ax it shoes, all sizi-s, AT 1'ltlCliS LOWEll TIIAX THE LOW- 402 SEVENTH STREET. Slfln Tho Old Woman in Window. BABY COACHES, jdaskets, auchehy, thills, vet.oci- l'Elll'.S, TOYS, AC. LOWKST l1 KICKS AT NATIONAL TOY COMl'AXY, JylOtf -KID Seventh SIimoU Gas Cooking Stoves! AT Wasiiington Gas-Light Offlce, VjU 411 AXlt -tin Tl'.XTU STHKV.T. ioiac-oiESz Teaohors and Scholars will And it to tlieir interest to com municate with us on tho sub ject of And General Sohool Supplies before purchasing. All Publio School Books purchased from us aro fur nished with covers froe of charge. J. D. FREE, Jr., xo.i:t;t7 f ST., or p. viinirt novsv, AXit w vn n;i:xiu axu i-isxxa. a r Ofi: WlliLAUlfS, tw-lm. Celebrated Milwaukee Layer Beer. l'lloe, 80o. l'cr Doion. THILir BEST BREWING COMPANY recelviKlold Modal at Tarls Kxposttlon, U7. EOTTLKH OP AI.E,OINOKlt AI.K, T.AOL'U Jlj;En. 6-ODA WATlCll. 'IONIC JIl'.UUl AUO CIIIi:n AND V1NKUAJI IN ilAItltKLS. 30 nml 3U l'i'ospnct St., Georgetown, Tt.C. Jyi'Hf DRIVER'S RYE CORDIAL, lict'oiiiiiit'iiilcil li pit j'slclims Ken ernlly :ts a hhvv cure ibr C'oltltf, Coughs, and all ulS'o ctioiiH or tho Throat anil I.iiiik. I't coiniiONeil ol' line old Ityo Whisky imtl pure Whitu Strlne Hock Cuuily. 1 ier bottle, 1 ler ualloii. G-oo. "W. 30xi-T03tr. apl4 Depot, -151 l'eninyUilllla nvmiile. AlllllVAJ, Ol' VASSF.Xar.il TJtAlXS. llultlmorn mid l'ntonmc Depot, corner Sixth unit i sii'vei. MORNING. KVKNINO. Wwdi'gion night una drSI AlaxiiLdrm 0:10 Alexandria. 7H0 Aloxandrla. s:3j Italtliuoru uc-om 6:41 Nurtbund '(3l s:.'.1 Ali-xuuurlu. H.) AttiXHDdrls. I0-) )Vusirgtuutt&eii;frr tl.ini iluiudrln. lliVJ Djlt.,VlilIa.AIloston 1:00 ltlehmond day line... 1.10 Alexandria. ln Aloxundrl.'i...... 8::!3 Limited uxprnss 4.01 Alextmdrln 4:41 Wu!ril imtoa ily lino 4 u Alexandria. Q:21 Alexundrlu. G:0 Wa hVtou p.'tnoiicer G:',o Alexmidrlil...... 7:2) liortli and Wm (cm ltlehmoudnlKhtltuo. t;M Aluxandila 13 U Hultlmoro anil Ohio Depot, corner N'odJur- soy Avenue linn u nii'ert. mohnLxo. ISVKNIKO. !H. laails.tCln. ex... SOO IMiIIh. .t N. Y. ex . ... C:1S Chlcuvo e: l'illshurg tnltn. oc... . l:so Hi lulto. no :M N.V.,l'hlla..t Jlos,e.x. 4:00 . T.VJ l-iiidmont, htr.ssourir, Winchester, Frwlk. llnxerstowu, l't. or ltocks nnd way sta tions &0J Hallo. way sutloni i :0 Frederick ao. tiei. Drnncii) Hullo it Annnp. ex... Murlhifttiuriii runii no- Itatto. oo 0.'I7 JUIto.ex 7:a) Ilidto.Awftyalatiuiti T'A Chlcsro A st, tools. ' vertuin ae. branch) Illalto. ac... (Mot. , 0:4 ..li::30 .n.,u ..,, , t,,',v 111, tliuw.l tArilva dutlv. OUiomKuDdavaexemtlrd. n;:io in. x ,,1'nii.ix jtui.ez, v.-vt Jfil-'For Iho tluie of depurturu or trains seoadver-tlm-niMits plswwherrt. Now Advortliementi. Steamer Jane Moselcy nas boeu chnrtored to go to ltlehmond, September 17. Secoiid-hnnd clothing, Justh's, 019 I) aud 403 Ninth Etroet northwest. Jlulldlng Lumber at the old stand, oorncr Thlr toenth and II streets northwest. Law School of tho National University. Clatsos will meet for tho term Monday, September '23, For rent, a charming furnished borne, Cominonwonltti Distribution Company. T'lieriiioinetrlu IteudliigH. OrriVK Ciuur BiuniL-Ori'i'.i:n, U, H. a., Soptcmber 13, 1870. 7a, in M sp.m no 7:35 a. Ill 00 II p. in 55 12 in 70 Maximum 73 gp.m 72 Minimum 0 4:ilp. m 71 Indications, lVjr Iho Mlddlo Allautio States warmer, clear weather, followed by Increasing cloudiness and In north portions occasional rain, southeast veering ta Soutliwu.t winds, lower barometer. Oi'KUA QLA8SM from .i3.S0 up at Harris & Co., LIS Sovcuth street northwest. aruulto for tho lViishlngton Monument, Tho schooner Georgo M. Draluord, Captain Keunlston, arrived ut the G-streot wliar yes terday morning from Itocklaml, Mo., with a cargo of granlto consigned to L, E, Oaiiiion, nguut of tho llodwull Gruulto Company lu this city. Tho material Is In the rough nuil will lo used mi tho foundation work of thu Wash ington Monument, Tho concreting and strengthening of tlio baso of tho structure has been completed, ui,l the granite will bu utllUul n eover tight fm.t up to the surfaco, Mr. Ueorge Jviix had a iiuuili r of teums ut work yesterday huullng the ttoiio from the wharf to the M miiik it lot. ONE TO ONE. An Exciting and Closo Strugglo in the Ball Fiold. Tim I.!it (In mi' llptwcrii the Clilrngos nnd Nnlloimls Nine limine l'lnjed mill Only Tn ltnim .Miulo-Tho droit UVslii n Nino Find Tnurtli Ad versaries In Iho Wimlilni;. Ion lint Score, .Me. Another Tin lli-tween tlio Two Clubs. Tho National nml Cliicajj" c'nLs played tlio last of thclrsetiisnfthreo sanies toRothrr on tlio Xntlonnl uiotuids yesterday afternoon In tlio presence of nliout ono tliuusaiiil spectator ana It proved decidedly to lio tlio prettiest ox lilbltlon given by theso clubs. Wlilln thrro win not iiincli bnttiiisr done, still the fioldlnjr was sotnowhat of nn Improvement over Unit seen In tlio two piovloiiifc'anios. In fact, tlio heavy work (Involved on tlio two pitchers. Derby win substituted for Lynch, anil ho ovl (lenity bothered tho Chlcap;n.s considerably, as thor untied him for only three base-hits inlliii en tiro game. llatiklnson chaiiRvd his forco Iroin a swift to n iiiciliutn and slow dollv cry, nml tlio dllTcrotico wis quickly apparent' In tho failure of tho homo team to pound him as they did on tho previous oc casion, when ho diovo In swift halls. Up to tho sixth IiiiiIiik tho Nationals fielded without an error, hut hero Mack started it and lot llatiklnson Ret first, only to ho cut olf ut second. Hut ICIIick camo next with n second eiror, that lumltod in liouiscn scorIn tho only run madu by his side in tho Kauic. In the succeed I iik limine tlio Chlcagos returned tho compliment, mid by errors of Peters and 1! row n Lynch secured n run, and tho only one for tho National. Tho Chicago) played n second-rate kjiiio In comparison with that of tho Nationals, nnd tho latter ought to havo cotton moru mils, but thoy can attribute the loss to poor baso-runnlnc;. Williamson, tlilrd-liasotnau of the Chicago, was lyluir. lu bed. suueriiii: from the injury re ceived last Sattuday, and of courso could not play, llooth, of the Nationals, kindly con sented to tako his place In tho nine, ami al though he makes no profession of being a third-base player, tlll ho did good service, and secured one of tho few base-hits obtained by tho Chicagos. Appended I tho score: KATIONAI- An. it. In. n.it r.o. a. c Klllek. Sb I 0 2 0 3 2 McClellan, 2b 10 0 0 8 4 1 IMker.m 10 0 0 10 0 tieruy, p I 0 0 0 0 10 0 Maek.a.s 4 0 0 0 0 1 Trott.c 10 0 0 9 11 I.vneli, r 110 0 0 0 0 I.Hilinm, lb 10 1 1 14 0 0 Uleun.l. f 3 0 110 0 0 Total , 35 "l "1 & S7 21 5 CHICAGO. rulrymplo, 1. f 1 0 o 0 0 0 0 IYters, s. s 10 13 13 1 Kllnt.r 4 0 0 0 0 10 Drawn, o 4 0 0 n 8 R 2 (iorc.lb 3 0 1 1 11 0 3 JltKith, 3b 3 0 1114 2 quest, 2b 3 0 0 0 4 0 3 llaiikliison, p 3 0 0 0 0 8 0 Ilcmsen.ia 3 10 0 2 0 0 Total SI 1 3 6 27 20 II IJV I.N.NINUS. l a 3 1 .-. n 7 h a Nationals 0 0 0 o o 0 1 o o-l Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 01 Ijirned runs None. Three-bae lilt -Vetera. Two-base lilt Klllclt. 1'lrst base on errors Nallonal', "i Clncago!, 3. l)a.ci on called balls Kllick, McClellan and Lnthnm. Donblo plays Mack, McClellan and Latham j llooth ami llroftn, Mruck out-Trott (2). Lynch, Glenn, Flint, Brown (2 Uuest (2), llanklnson. flails called On Derby 73, on llanklnson 1M. Strlks called Oil' Derby 1 1, otV I lanklnon 15. Time of game tun hour and thrca inlnutes. umpire, ir. . j. eierus. This afternoon ut 4 o clock tho National meet (lie Ponghkeepsio club of New York State. It Is u member of tba association, but not in the championship light. Tho nine Is said to bo u stroug one. OAMD) KLKHWIIlCnK. HALTlMonn Sept. 15. lUltimores, 10 ; Poughkeepsies, 1. I'KOVlDE.vcx, It. I., Sept. 15. Providences, 5; Cleveland., 1. Thoy, N. Y., Sopt. 15.-IliiUalos, 4; Troy Cltys, 2. Albany, Sept. 15. Albanys, 4; Holyokes, 1 ; nluo luuiugs. The gamo was called ou ac count of darkness. Worcksteh, Mass., Sept. 15. Worcosters, 10; Jtrsey Cltys, 0. lioSTON, Sept. 13. Cincinnati, 5 ; Ilostons, 3. Philadelphia, Sept. 15. Eastous, 11 ; Now Dcdfords, 11; uino innings; game called on account of darkness. Nutlonnl Huso Halt Club Kucord. Tho scorer of tho Natioual club has pro pared tlio following olllcial tible, glvlug tlio iccoidof the National club In tho thirty-six championship games played by them. In this statement passed balls are included In the catcher's errors, and wild pltchos and bases on balls lu th o.io of tho pltcbor : A 11 Jst 3 ttV iv"3 c 2 i I risJ 2 s 2S 5l W H i-o McClelland, s 107 Oil .305 39 123 Sl'lSS ,8H F.llek,Slb 143 .311) 21 II 21 1)2 .739 Derby, r. f. 15!) 40 ,2t'J 41 IS 7 83 .SS llalier.c. f..... 1M 40 ,2s'J 4.1 5 6 54 .HsS Meycrlo.lb.... Ill 3'J .271 SiiO 7 2U 5-71 .'JiVJ Lynch, p. 141 BS ,2CJ' IS 23J ,3'2!)3 .853 lfolly, 1. r. 01 23 ,252 25 C 7 3s! .810 Olcllll, 1. f,.... H8 .21(1 15 1 8 20, .850 llooth, 2b 127 20 .205 K, 77 211031.871 Trott.c 138 27 .100 208 CO 71)401 .WW Tleruey, 2b.... 82 0 .1W1 20 10 11 17 .700 llattln,2&3b.. '00 l .133 10 18 10 111 ,772 Derby, p 2 42 BW..SH0 Club avornge I... J .252 '...'.851 National I.:nv School, A meeting of tho regents was hold on Friday last to fill tho vacancies existing nn tlio board occasioned by tho (loath of Mr. Connolly and two other members. Judge MacArthur, W. J. Newton and Amos Hart wcio added to tho board. Tho two lust aro graduates of the In stitution, nnd the action of tho board lu this tnitttor was highly npprcclated by tho nlumul and students, who hold a meeting lator in the ovouing. Judge MucArthur will personally superintend the classes this winter, aud two well-known lawyers of tho District bar have boon tendered classes and will probably ac cept. Tho school opcus Monday, Septem ber 20. a. ' UruoLSTEluxo a spoclulty ut Julius Laua burgh's. Tin: novic chbkic QUAiinr. Attorney Kiddle thinks tho Proprietor Cuu ho l'rnsuciitod Criminally, On the -iUi Instant Mrs. It. Oortloy com plained of the quarry on tho cast bank or Hock Creek, between Tweuty-thlrd and Twenty fourth streets northwest, opposlto her liouso, a distance of about 850 foot, She charged that In blasting rock fragments of stous wero thrown over to her house, Injuring hor prop erty ami eiidaugorlug the lives of hor children and herself. The matter was referred to tlio Attorney of tho District as to the law under which tho oirendlng parties might bo proceeded against. Mr. Itlddlo answered that lio had ex amined the matter with euro, uud thought the facts stated mado a seemingly flagrant esse, "Parties enter upon ground within tho city llmltB, itnddlsgregardliig notice, and caution of tho Engineer's bureau, persist In blasting rock In such manner and so near to streots nnd (hvolllng-houses of tlio neighborhood as to actually Injuio persons, nnd cudauger tho lives and property of tho losldonts," Ho had boon uuttble to flud uiiy ordinance of tho old corporation act of tho District legislature or of Congress bourlug upon tho oaso. Tuobiisluos, however, was dangerous to ponoua uud life, nnd unquestionably ludiotahlo ut common law. An nntnfll namtnlt. tmou thu neisou hud hfttm committed, for which tho pat tics should bo 1 hold ci'lmluitlly. Ho had laid (ho caio bevio tho United States District Attorney, and should dn what ho could to have the parties proceeded against by tjiat nlllror within wliow provlnco the enso arises. In tho meantime, If inoro care Is not employed by those prosecut ing the work It would havo to ho considered whether It may not bo the duly of tho District government to direct the pollco to closo up the buslnors, so far as the uso of explosives Is concerned and Icavo tho parties to such route (lies as tho law may furnish tlioin. Acting upon tills Information, Lieutenant Oreon re lumed Iho papers to tho Knglneer Commis sioner with a recommendation that tho papers ho lefurred to tho Superintendent of l'olieo for such ncllon a may ho doeiued nccessiry at uiiv time, and Mis. Ooitlcv bo pointed to promptly loport to tho Pollco ilepailtneiit If. liny iiioroplocos or slono are thrown upon ncr propoily. J'hII Styles. The old-established boot nnd shoo homo of T. S. flat li ell, 000 Seventh street, corner of I, Is welt stocked with tho mint do.1lr.ibl0 styles and kinds of goods, and are being sold at very moderate prices. Tho National I'll 1 1'. Ground was broken for the main building at tlio 1'alr grounds nl Ivy City ycslonlay, and work begun actively on tho building. Everything on tho ground Is bustling nnd busy. A correspondent, writing of tlio Fair, says: " Every Slate of the Union will have representation thmugh n viro-piesliloiit of thl association, selected from the various Stales. It will add greatly to tho thousands of attractions of Iho Cupltul city, whilst dis seminating vast benefits to visitor and citizen. A few self-sacrlflclug and public spirited citizen have determinedly set about die establishment of this grand J-nlr associa tion, and Its success can no loncer ho doubted. Thoy are now receiving every pecuniary aid nun encouragement from their lollow-ctlizcns, which I uiostgratlfylug. Tlio slock Is being rapiilly tultcn up.aud paid Tor. 1 liu most ac cessible and beautiful ground within tlio District have been selected and paid for In ad vance.. Tlio grounds nro being rapidly pre pared, building erected nnd ono of the llueit 1'itcii tracks In tho Union will soon bo In order, nnd ero the Ides of November next a grand fair will bo thrown open to tho public. All doubts and potty jealousies, If any aro felt, should now bo cast aside, and not allowed to gratify tho spleen of tho few to the detriment of tho good to nccruo to tho many, Kicli and nil who have at lioart tho Interest of Washing ton should vio with each other to aid tho success of the Natioual Fair Association." l'nrk Shoo Store, 032 Seventh street, near K, full stock of Burl's nnd all tho loading makes of Hue shoes for la dle, mlscs and children. Pnylng tho AVorklngnion's Claims. Thero was a lively time at tho Troasury ycstciday when tho workingnien assembled thoro to get tho money ou tho claim allowed under tho $73,000 appropriation, as published In yesterday's issue. A largo crowd of inon, headed by John Pope Hoduett, marched to tho Treasury, keeping time to tho music of n life and drum. The men wcro allowed Inside tho Sinking Fund olllce, whore tho payments wore nude, in sqund of five, and o.ieh had to be Identified beforo tho money was paid to him. Iloductt, who hns nctcd as tho attorney of many of tho men In getting tho appropriation luailo uuu tlio accounts settled, lnul nu assist ant stationed nt the door of tho room with a strong box lu his lap, whoso duty It was to col lect tho fees from Ilodnott's clients as thoy passed out. Many of tho claimauts contri buted n portion of their money to tho box. iNtinAiN CutrKTs, 25c up; Wool Carpets 50c ; llrusscl Carpets, 75t up. Bargains in Hlankets. Best Wool Cashmeres In tlio city for 50u up. Naudaln, 700 Market Space. The Jane Moseloy will tako tho place of tho l.auy ol tno L,aice on tne Norlolic lino Wca ncsday, 16th Instant. Soo advertisement. A Now Knrninpineiit of Knlghl at Atlantis. Washington Encampment, No,.'!, Knight of Atlantis, wa organized last night, and tho following well-known gentleman cleotod ofll- cer: llorneo A. wiilluey, tommander; Han nibal D. Norton. Mco-Conimandort Will A. Sliort, Scilbe; Jacob C. Hieston, Treasurer; Alexauder t. .Mr, .Mlllan. cnaplaln : Clayton li. Slmms, Cluard of Outer Postern ; It. C. Mc- Aulty, uuard inner uato; t, r. iiariccr, Herald; It, 11. Adams, M D Medical Dlroctor; John 0. Illckcox. John W. Oreen mid William Doorcs, Uegeuts, This is tlio third cucamp ment of this order that ha bcon organized In three weeks. Tub illuminated stcm-wludiug Waloh shows time iu thn dark, Pi ice, $10. Hums & Co., -135 Seventh sticet northwest. Fon Lice Curtains go to Julius Limbttrgh's. Tho Court In (luuernl Trrm. TheSiipromo Court of this District will meet ou Monday next, hoing the bogliiuiug of tlio September torin. Thoro aro 152 cases upon tho calendar to be disposed of, nnd If no more aro added, tha number will bo sulUclent to keep the court cuguged through the winter. If not longer, it n uunoveii mat tno coming torin will bo held by tho Chief Justice and Justices Wylle and Jamr. for fink nnrcsa suits oo to eiseman MUM., COItNL'U SKVUNTH AND li. Inrrlngo Lloensos. Tho clork of tho court has Lssued the follow ing marrlago liceiiso; J. L. Grant and It-:- becca C. Short ; Q. P. JIcQoo and Mary E. Car ter ; Joseph KlcMer and Johanna Uuckley ; J, II. Lewis and Jcnnctto Heard. F0H NODDY HACK SUITS QO TO KISEMAN WtOd., t'OUNLu 6KVENTII AND K. cut xoti:s, G ood 2.1-ccnt meals at tho Holly Tree. Tho only Turko-ntisslan nnd sulphur btth houso in the city, 003 E street northwest, Uoujamln F. Harper has boon reappointed a special policeman for ono year, to duty In Georgetown. Dr.Townsliend returned to tho city yes torday from Fortress Monroe, aud wa ut his desk lu the Health Olllco. Tlio ImI Vienna bread In tbe city can be obtained only at F. Fround's, 70'i Ninth street northwest ; also confectionery. . Tlio portrait of Colonel W. Q, Moore, re cently presented to tho Washington Light In fantry, Is on exhibition at Ellis'. James W. Clarko wassontoncod to Jail for six mouths by Judge Snoll yesterday for steal ing nsnda-wator receiver from Mr, Mllburu, tho druggist. The Health Olllco yesterday Issued thirty "Police Court" lotters against parties who have noglccted lo ubatu nuisances after re ceiving tbo proper notices. Tho Treasurer has up to date refunded $25,000 of tho illegally assessed water tax, aud expects to pay out about $5,000 more. The applications yestoiday ran the number over 0,000. Coroner Pattorson yestordny viewed the body of Charles JIallor, who died suddanly last Suuday morning ut his losldcuco ou Third near O street northwest, but deemudnn inquest uuuecosssry, nnd gave a curtlflcnte of burial, Edward Fitzgerald, tho driver of the char iot which run over a little boy named Willie ClcavesonPonnsylvnnlnuvonuoSituduy after iioou, was urrulgned lu tho Police couit yes terday on the charge of assault, The cose was continued, Fall Style Ghntlkmkn'8 Hath. Stlne tnetz, 12:17 Fouusylvuuluuvouue, FOIt HOYS' CLOTHINO KISKMAN BicOS., COltNEK SEVENTH AND E, IS THE PLACE, A Cutting AllVny. Hog itlloy, whloh Is situated botwoeu II and I and Sixth and Sovcuth stroots northwest, was tho econo yesterday afternoon of a dospurato light botwocn two colored men named fjatnuol Illuo nud Iluury Illtd, III til w.n armed with u case-kulfo, which had bocu inude Into a very dungoiviu weupgu by bolujr aliai'iiouvU uu botu sides. Ho cut liluo In tho side, making a very painful wound, OQlccr Miller gavo chnie to lilnl, and followed lilm ft long dlstanco to ward Iho northern part of tlio clly, but he c'Cipcd. Afterward ho was arrested by olllcurs In the Second precinct. Ditto's Injuries are not dangerous. llunv'K I'll-slssiWA eities nil Kidney nnd IlUdder diseases, Omvul, fcnulo weakness, &t. JUMU.HLiNsmntoii, nlslicr. Hie popular Carpot fur- FOIt PTYMII llt'dlNK." Sl'lTrtOO TO EtSE MAN HllOS., L'l)ltNi:it HIIVHNTH AND V.. A Cum fur llrnnkounoAS, 7' ti Kilitor o (is .ViiIIvimI KrpubUean. Silt: Having hoen in (ho olllce of Dr. 1)' Ungor, In Chlutuo, for about soven weeks, nnd noticed the wonderful cure made by tho cinchona rubra, I desire to give, a briefly as piuslblc, to tho roidors of The National IIei'IHilican" tho theory upon which tlio euro of alcoholism by this preparation Is based. Alcohol is a dill'iislvo and n nou-cumulatlvo stimulant. It feeds upon llself. Kicli dos?, niter it ha bad its uctiou upon the nervo-ccu-tcrs, leaves them to a certain extent paralyzed, refilling tho nextdosoto bo increased to pro dueo the satun iimouut or excitement. Thus, a man may bu Intoxicated by Iho first table spoonful he drinks, nnd nltor a year of Imbib ing may be able to guzzle a pint without lis ptoducing a greater cll'eut than tlio first spoon ful. In other words, alcohol induces larger dose or more frequent potation. Cinchona, on tho contrary, Is a non-dllTustvo stimulant, nnd is cumulatlvo, ouo drop at Iho end of ninety days' use nclliijin powerfully upon Hie nerves il sixty drops at Iho beginning. It supplants alcohol, reverse tha automatic nerve-cull call for that artificial stimulant, and being u powerful tonic, brlugi up tho natural appetite fir food and provcuts tho system from falling back to that condition of depression Svlilcli induces stimulation. Every doio of cin chona leave tho uprvo-cciitermoio sensitive to the succeeding dose. Tlio remedy is now beforo tho pooplo of tho District of Columbia, and they must Judga of its merits. In onler that It may bo fairly tested It will bo disposed of, for tho present, to physicians aud patents at nbaut tho cost of pieparatlou, Very respectfully, A. C, L'OKsr.VKTINIi, 151U Tenth sticet northwest. A Genuixk Diamond Solituiro lllug $10, ut It. Harris & Co.'s, 433 Seventh street uoith west. Foil Carpets go to Julius Luusburgh's. FOU CLOTHIN'u OF ANY SOttT CIO TO EISK MAN 111103., COrtNKK SKVlCNTll AND K. A3rusi:jti;xis. National Tlioatre "(Jueeu's Evidence." The regular dramatic season at tho National Theatre bcxan lost night, tho opening attraction being the drama of t the "Queens Evidence," tho latcfcl Loudon success. The spectator Iiv.t evening were surprised upon en1 Altering the theatre to behold aiasgiilllccnt new drop curtain, which has taken nn i in Itiir tno place 01 me lormcr uuiRy, unmeAiuuK rea ouo it was paiiueu o J nomas jiruoKer.uie wen-Know scenic artist, and renresenU a "Oreclau Interior It was painted by Thomas llruoker.llie well-known seetio. The Idea of this stylo of curtain as Mig gotcd by Mis May Anderson, ilurlur her last en gsgemont at the Natioual, and Hie mauuer.ln which it has been carried out retlects the highest credit upon manngctnont and artlM. The play of " Ciuccn's r.vtiience" isoi tno style 01 ine " iicxet-oi-ieave Man," but liiltnltcly superior to tho latter. Tho characters were Intrusted to capable hauil, aud although a " llrst night" would servo as an upolouy lor any bhortcomlnss, nothing occurred to mar the success of the play, which ran us tmoothly as tho most captious could desire. The company is one of the fctroni; est that could be procured, and every detail Is carefully looked utter. Mr. Boniface lu tho character of Iiaact was the leading attraction. Mr. J, II, Rowe as Gilbert Midland, altortvard 1'htllp tJanlletd, madu a marked Impression, and sustained the reputation ho has already won as a painstaking, graeelul actor. Mr. Gtoason did his part well as Milthav "lhurntun, s also did Messrs. (leorgeDeUoz, Edward Coyleaud J. llanllng In their respective charac ters. Little Eddie as .ltiAur was exceptionally good aud bore his tolt ulth a proficiency that would have spoken well for ono much his senior. Kate Malland, lu the hands of MhsJenn llurnslile, lost nothing of Its elTectlt chess. Mhs Minn Crollnsand .Mist, l'ettle Harrison vcre very fair. The piny will be repented every night during Itiu week, and will doubtless attract litrgo audiences, lu this connection It Mould bo well to call the at tention of tlio management to a crowd of well dressed loafers who hang about the corridor and entrance to tho thcutro. and by their Insulting re marks and ogling aud leering ut every lady tbut visits the uerformaucos render thcnuclrLS at once a drawback to tbe treasury and objects of dis gust nay, almost pity. Ford's Opeta-llmmi-"!!. M. S. l'lnufme." Altliought the reproduction of "l'lnuforo"at this time, when It inlaid bo termed hackneyed, might ieyed, I It uu Do cousiuereii auuuninu venture, yet sented last evening nt the Opora-Uouse lu u stIe that cannot fall to enhance its already gieal poiiu- larlty. In tho cast, chorus, scenery and entire up. loliitnieiiU It was on thu order of grand opera, uud tlshjfo to say thut the onera has never been nut upon the stage In a more acceptable maimer In this city. Miss Marie lluckcl inndo u most piquant and charming JoupMue, and possesses a Miprauo ol lluto like sweetness j Mis i.lz.lo Anuaudale ren dered Lilttc Uutttreiip very Icllcitously. She has a contralto of line power and snectiiesM. Mis IlUuclie Thompson's JItbc was liroUUUly couiiotlbh uud her singing excellent. Mr. Charles Iltigciulorp's rendition of Air Jotph l'uiter lacked uotbhu of tne dlguity and rcilncmeut due to thu high "out did" rank of that distinguished pcisjuavjv, yet hu might have made moieof thu character, Mr, A. W. McColllu made a very hamlsjmu and dashing liulpfi i:ack.tnuo. nnd has a lino and well trained tenor. Mr. A. Torranul as Uiorum Corcoran, Mr. J. (irecnsfeldcr as D ck llemhii and Mr. Curl Ahreudt as Jlill UiMty wero ull good. Mr. Tor raunl has a rich bailtoue, and Mr. CSrconsieldor n smooth uud powerful U'.so, All of thu cast wore ruclplonts of repeated and hcuty awuia. and tho pcrtoruiance was very vulhusiasilcally lecclvcd, ?IUri r.va .11 Ills' llHiiollt. Thorno's spacious summer garden was filled to overflowing last night with the (remote a c?m of Washington society, the occasion being thu henellt tendered to ML Eva Mills by her numerous friends In this city. The programme was varied and well e lcclud.and was received with much satisfaction. Tha fair ccmfuWce delighted the audience with some of liur choicest vocalizations, i.ueii one or nor rendi tions was rapturously applauded, and she was the lcclplunt ol a number ut exquisite Herat tributes. Miss Mills w as ably secouded liy Messrs, John I'ugh, W.S.Young. William l'ruett,Jr.,andV.Valdecl;er, and several cholco recitation by Messrs. Ed Hay rind It. L. Djwllug, the famous tendering of the "Druunuoi's llrldo'' being especially flue, Tho many Irlendi of Miss Mills wish her every success In her professional career, and will heartily re Jolco If alio wins thu luutuls sho so richly deserves. Hummer Tliuutre Comlijiie. A flue performance was given nt the Comlque last night, opening with tlio "Eecuutriu Minstrels," which wus folluwod by a variety olio rarely (xpialed, and cloMng with au niuusiug pantomime, entitled "Lover's Rtrateiom." The corps ofspeclalty performers l very strong, Including such excellent artists asUoldld uud Steele, the grotesques 1 Georgo KUwood. the Dutch vucJlliti Frank uuJ Kujcne iuydaui, the gyianasts ; Perry, Magiow, Curdy uud Hughes, the four eueentrlcs; Mls Lou Edwards, a serlocomlo singer ; VYIicekr, tho king of clubs i the Harlow Druthers aud Mls S.illle bt. Clair. A matlueu will bo given ut tha usual hour this after noon. TitY Lodlllo's Headaghe Spoclllc for norvoti! and sick headache. It will not disappoint you, Foil Shades go to Julius Lausburgh's. IT WILL PAY ANY ONE IN WANT OF FALL CLOTHINO TO CALL ON EISEMAN llltOS., COtlNEIl SEVENTH AND E STUEEl'S. TlIEllt D13PI.AY IS SIMPLY IMMENSE. M" ADVKllTIMK.lIKN'TM. REOPENED FOR THE f.U.l. AND IVINTICIl TltADi:. T am now in dally receipt of POTATOES, 11HANH. APPLI, ONIONS AHD VINEOAH from Woslurn New York and Nortlitrn Ohio, which loirrrrhrsalalncnr lot from track, or hi less niiaii Illy Irumstore, ATT1IH VEHY UlWhiV WJIOLIS KALI2 MAUKKl'l'ltlUK. selS3t J II CRANE, m l'aovo. POUQllKBBPSinS, NATIONAL THIS (TUESDAY) AFTltnXOON, ON THE NATIONAL qitOUNDS, Qam calod at 4 o'clock. BUILDING LUMBER Ol' ALT. 1CIXDS, HARDWOOD lUwbeh, JOJJUING J.UATDEll Cheaper limn over, at (he old stand, corner Thlr lei'Ulbiuia Dttioils, W31. nvhvxy. 615-lm ESPECIAL NOTICE. Olllco Common ircitUh Plstrllutloii Co., Louisville, Kj- Sept. 12, 18W. Tliocliiittcriinilor wlileli tlm DrHHlng of Iho CoiiiiiiniiwciiltliDlstrlliiitliiiiCii. nro hold n inilliot b.od hy an Act nf tho Kcntticlcy I.eglsbttiirnor 1H0I), nnd liu heou sustained by nil tho Courls ol Kuntiicky, It has bean li'i'iHicntly nssnlleil by rival coiiipanlos, irlin liiMirlnbly Inirn liouu del'onted In tliulr vll laliioiis inacliliiiillnus. Under till charter idutcii highly niiccossrul nnd sutUlnctnry Drnwlngs havo boon given, unit tluy will so continue to lio given nccordlng to n eniitrnct miido with the ownurs of the l'riiuhroi-t Oniht fur Of Five Years, Correspondent nro particularly notlllcd Hint liny mlvertlsenimils damaging to the In Interests of this Company are untrue, nnd einuimto from innllelousi-lviils. This Company 1ms now ou hand A LARGE RESERVE Suniclent lo pny tlio entire scheme, nnd nro thereforn not dependent upon tlio snlo nf tlelcets ulono for tho paymoiit ot prizes. Wluit turther guitraiitees can bo needed 1 Tho continued victories of this Company, nml the Ignominious deCeuts of rival compa nies, luivu proven that tin, Ingal position of the Common wenltll Distribution Company IS IMPEECTABIE. Itsl.nrgo llnseiva l'und, nnd tlm full nnd prompt payment of all prizes, prove that THEY M SOLVENT, And their new nml original method ut nl lowing uuy Ticket-holder present the privi lege of culling nut the number of his ticket nnd seeing It placed In tho wheel, proves that Their Drawings Next Grand Drawing nt mACAULEY'S THEATRE, S3BPTBJDBEB 30. T. J. COMMERFORD, Socroiary. Authorised by tho Commonwealth of Ky, EB22ESB23Z1E151 o. ECSSSSSXEBBB1 aassssssiaa POPULAU MONTHLY DIIAWLNC1 OF THE Co AT MACAULEY'S THEATRE, In tho City of LoulsvlUa, on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1879. Tho Drawing will bo supervised by men of un doubted character and stfindlng.and ticket holders, agents and clubs are respectfully requested to send on representatives with proper credentials to ex amine Into the Drawing. A Nev Era inthe History of Lotteries Grant) and Unprocedontod Succoss OF THE .or-IUory Ticket-holder can bo his own su pervisor, cull out his number, ami seo It placed In the wheel, Tlio Management cull nttoutlou to tlio grand opportunity of obtaining;, fur only SU, uiiy of T1II3 VOLI.OWINfJ 1'ltIZKS I ll'rlzo 830,000 1 1'rliu 10,0011 ll'rlzo 0,000 lol'tinos, rtl.OOO unth 10,000 gOl'rlzes, 600 euch , ,. 10,000 1001'rles, 100 eucli 10,01)0 UOOl'nzes. 00 eucll ,,.., 10,000 (Kll) I'll tin, XO euuli,... ,.,, 13,000 lUUOl'iltos, 10 ouch 10,000 Al'l'IlOXIJIATION 1'ltIZIiS. Ol'rlzos, 8300 each. ,,, 8 ",700 I'rlzos, (.'00 ouch,.,., l,H0O Ol'rLies, 100 eileh. 000 11)00 I'rLus... 8118,400 Wliolo Tickets, tS Half Tlchuts, 01 S7 TlcUots, S30 OS Tickets, S100.. All applications for club ratos should bo made to the homo olllce. llcinit by postodlco money order, registered let ter, baulc draft, or express, Full list of drawlnc. publlshod lu Loulsylllo Courior-Jottrual aud New York Herald, aud mailed to all tlckot-holdeis. For UoUets and Information, address T. J, COJIJlUltl'OHU, Scorolnry, Courier-Journal Jiulialiiy, Leulsvlllc, Ky., Or to 1CJ iJtoadiva, Xuir York City, toll) JfmYjHOOJVJ New Fall DressGoods W. M. SHUSTER & SONS ltavnjustopeiinla llu.nitlfiil Dtoik ol NKWFAM, OliOIH.rninprMlig Kli caul lliiwk ami JVorod bilks, lilnek and Cnlored Velvi-i. C.isluneru nml other new Dress Ooeds Is nit the new slindes, llnnilsemft tlrncsdes for Combination Dresw, In Hllk niul Woolen MnlerlalK, Also Moiirnlng Hoods oroverv grade, of Lupin's celetirateil make, ull ol 'which wo oiler nt our usual prices. Five I'or Cunt, OIT For Cnsli. ?r. m. sjrusTJijt ,o soxs, selS-St 019 VKNNA. AVXINUn. fun JPjLaZjXj ran: i,aiii'.m. or DONNirrs, c .oaks, huitsi, rmt-i.tNKn era CULAIfs, MIMSKVCLOAK-S, FltllNOlI UM)KH (IAHMi:.VT.,.l. II I'., U, I'. AND T1IOMIWON COIl.SI.1X. FLANNEL 1UHIKS UK CII A3MI11I.', IIIIW1 I Ill.-M5I1.N(1M,L,.I)1II' KMIIKOIDF.IIKD IIIHK, KMIIIIIIIDKIti:il VKMTH MADP. TO OltDKfl IN ALL;OMlllNATIONrt,TIIK "TUI4 KlItNMi;" Kill UI.UVK-UUAHANTHUD DE.1T FHUNOII MAKK Tlio'MVIlllaii" n-niiiloii Kid (llovc,00c. , . 1X17 VKNNSYLVANIA AVENUK, 7 C1TK TltEVlaK. VAltll. Ml ptUIlTAINS, lll'Klt PAIIl. MATJAMHonNKSTB, DM PAULS. 810 K HTltKKT H K, WAHllINUTON, T. C Tnreo doors from Navy yard cirs. Laces, Muslin and Curtain done up equal In new. We Ktiurnntfeniittarncllon. llrnoch olllen nt Mnio Di- pnllly's, .Milliner and Dressmaker, 709 T)drt-etilii s revt norihwist. ntfiSlm SAMUEL H. WALKER, Ileal Untitle Ayent, Collector, ttud Xotaru I'ubllc, to Louisiana avenue, llanlc of Washington Building. JoaMlm . CKCE.ISXIwa:.aTt3BaO., No. 719 I) street northwest, heal kstatk jinoKEits and (lh.NKUAL, COLLECTION A01Ta JoS-tf MONKY TO LOAN. .a., ua.. 3rioi3:oXiSOisr, ItKAL KSTATK JMOKKlt, ltoom2, Lenox llulldlng, cor. Sovcnth and Ostrotts. Houses nnd lots fVir Sfda In nil nnrLs at the e!tr Money to loan on real estate. pyt-tr TO LOAN SIONBY ON ItUAL IvSTATE, In Bums lo Suit. AT 7 AND 8 l'KIt CF.NT. W. F. ItELLF.N, )v 013 Kuventli street. KIlSTAUItAXTS HANCOCK'S RESTAURANT, "OLD CURIOSITY SHOP." ESTABLISHED ISM. 1TM rnxxsr.VAXTA avrxuii, msrs-tf CT1UM LlTHOuiuT'lTlNG E3TADLI3HMENT. riioTO-HTiiouitApiTiNa a spkcialty. No. 4SS Pennsylvania avenue. lySMy NOnitW I'ETEllS, Proprietor. CAHU1.C;!'.N. TSSTAIILISHED 18JJ. JOIIX MoDlilUrOTT ,0 JJIiOS., CAHHIAOK MANUFACTUItKIW (Htcam used), 310 runnsylvauta uvutuio, near Third street W(,st, wnshlnston, D. C CurrluKen nnd liar- nfss rocelvvil ou ittorKe nnd sold on comml4lon. I'nriiuKesrennlred. fultl Cinchona Rubra. DR. It. D'UNOEIt, Iliscnvuncii, Wnrranled to cusa Dlp"Oinntila or tho Appetite for Alcoholic llquoi ur money refui.ded. Can ts had ut ISU THhth street northwest uutlt u reeulur otheii Is escibtlslio I sell-Im to:el:d-&.:lt, 3d1e,h ac !W I tSu ttti "WILL 111F1 SIX FINE ' v.iiMSsm-:i "WILLET &u XjIBBElir7 Cor. Sixth Street and New York Avenue. A HiPi ; w IFnl.WralSV iMKl n -, twlMIW1 "JSHlSu5a LTJIlviIBEK, t ninnmiiiiiutMw iinBi f crrrmmmM TO THCEl PUBLIO: Tho burning of our Planing Mills and Lumber Yai'ds, in Salisbury, Md., will not intorioro with our busineus in this oity, as our main supply oomes from our mills in Virginia. Having recently foasod tho yard of Mossrs. Mohun & Sons and stookod tho samo, in addition to tho Fugitl yard, wo olaim to havo on hand tho Largest Stook of Lumber over ofTorod for salo in this oity. 33. 3B. .TACJKSOIH" c& ., (WM. JB. JIEHQHAV1S,) Thirtoonth Streot and Ohio Avonuo, ItOOKN AM ,htath)m:hv. 121. NOTICE-SPECIAL 121. J.Y TO.DAYlflKXPIlESlANOTHKnLAnOK LOT School nnd Miscellaneous Books, Now't oM iukI raro, ml Ofl out of Nnrllirm schoolnby 'rlittf wrk' fnnw rlirt Iirio), rt 'ino aro U-tlcr ttinn tliobt'nt In WuMiltiRluti.uuU iwelii'Hp urthenpor than tliu vbenpoflt. All cuUcrsclvltly trcutoil. FRANKLIN BOOK HOUSE, IKOlKKIlSrS', TJ1 JWXXSYrA'AXlA Aruxuu. 121. DOWiFeAST, 121. Or' out of tho way," ns reported, hut nnlk or rldato ""' FRANKLIN BOOK HOUSE, 141 PMNNA. AVUNUILNKAIl THE CAPITOU For Sohool Itrqiilsits. Ac, and s.ivu W lo 10 per cent, thereby In new, old nnd rum Hook, 1U1 roimu Avunut') tippoaUu lvou Ilouao SCHOOL BOOKS. roit PUBLIC AND PRIVATE AT- W. H. & O. H. MORRISON'S, LAW JJ00KSKLLKU3 AND flTJTI0NKIt3, BCpl No. 475 ycnuwylvanlit avrime. llEAllGMliiEllUlOOL DOOKS Tho Most Extonsivo and Complete- Stock of And School Supplies, Whoio salo and Rotail, at WM. BALLANTYNE & SON'S. nu!0-tf 428 SUVUNT1I 8TIIKBT N. Y. iio.iij: suni.ii:s. JOHN It. KIILLY, Dnlvr lu flrst-clius BEEF, LAMB, VEAL, MUTTON, &c COliXr.D llJiJSl' A Sl'ECI.i LTT. Stalls CM, ISS, and 650, Centre Market, Nlntn street wing, nnd 'J'fl nnd 'Jls, Nurthern l.lliprty Jlnrkft.oruil dress Ilnx 71, Clly Post Omce Murkellug dullvrrjil reo ol chargo to all imrtwof tlmctiy. JPlHlf ii FEL1I JIKHFOSNK'S FllEMCU BAKEKI, (Established IMS.) SO YKAItS OF INCltEASlNO HUCCI3 FELIX DESFOBSE, Iho well-known and only real Fronch bake r In Wuh teuton (furmeriy of .Nineteenth stnst). tins perniun cully located at No. S0I2 It street, between Twenttttt nudTwenty.lirst streets, nenr l'ennsylvunln uveiiua where hu continues, rts heretofure, to make French nnd AmurlcAii hreiul of the vry hwstriualLty, Freuoh Drwin a giiecuuiy. vinnna reus loonier. N. II. ftllnAtt . m 'retieli Dread Ls t-cotmiieti(i(Ml for ticrioni of iltllcata health, espoclnlly lor thoso BtiuerlDfi: n-om dysnenslrw Beware of imitations. inirtl-tf GIUUIEH'S MILK FOOD roil CHILDKEK AND INVALIDS. Also, 1IKALTH FOOD CO.'S 1'llEPA RATIONS. H. W.11UJICI1KLU JvM 13JJ F street. yiXAMClAI.. s AFE AND SOUND 1NVK3TMENT. Hcctirltlcs ravines tier cent, or hctter. nuuwoa ror uuneu isiaies cuueii nunua. II. I-L OFFI.EV. leJ Oflleeat National Metroiiolltwn Bank. 01 A i. CI lUMUnvdUod lu Wall St. stocks makes fl II 10 !S I . Illllllurtunus everyinonth. Huok senl VIM iu jJijuuuftJ(l glpUlmil? everything. Ad dross BAXTER iCO.lluukeis nwnll-DlN.T.sMaoli DRESS SHIRTS, TO ORDER, $150. DARE 4 lilfl, ') lOOS IT STIHEIT. A Inrgo line Colored Hose, job lot, twe ,p,iuir iui .u ucuiv. line, jicKiuni '.iiii.iu i,,,hu, me i)o. roiii.ply Collui'S. rtl 35 per dozen, Host lom-ply Cull', al 50 per hah doen. l'lue Linen Ilaiidkorclilcfs, lliree forOO cents, Sixty nnd 75-ccut Unllnlslicd Shirt.. Six L:iinill-ledShlrU lor SO 50, go., ioos it strbbt. M H?a buy FF js.T W. A. C0LL1HQ WOOD, PrES. M. B. STAFFORD, Sec P. W. SANBORN, Gen. Agent. HYDRO-PNEUMATIC HE EXTINGUISHER CO,, No. 7 Murray Street, New York, aiiuiuractursriiorFlieHxtloKulshtrii.Knglncsand Hook add Laodor Trucks fur Cities, Villages, inmil'netorlea, t'uhllo llulldlncs, Country Itesldeiuiii, etoi also of the Mydro l'uvuiuntlo Appainius for ralsInK water In l'ub llo llulldliiiis aid Private Houses: also Manufacturer! nrilHolo Auunlslur the Celclirattd jipno Fliai:xtu culshliK Compound, lur Kstlumilshlm; Fires and Itenderluii Wood and Other ilap.riali Thorouslily Jn combiistlOlo, Those Machines lln.e llenton all Competitors. lMTIMATES, CII1CULA FUllNKsHUli (! M AND Tl'ATIMONIAIfl S APPLICATION. Branch Offlco, I40G Penna. Avonuo. W. O. AYERY, Agont. - LTJnVCBEK,