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THE NATIONAL BEPUBUOAN, FBIDAY MOHNINGr, OOTOBEB 3, 1879.
NEW AI VKllTI.NKMKXTH. M. W. GALT, BRO. & CO., JEWELERS AKDSILVERSM1TI1S. American and Foreign Watchoi In a great variety of now tylo, Diamonds, Jewelry, Sterling Silver Forks and Spoons, Sterling Silver Fancy Waro for Wedding Presents, Fine Plated Tablo Waro, decks, Bronzos, Fiuo Fancy Gcods, Spectacles and Eye Olassoi, &c &c. oc2 (!m OPEXIM vn Hi -or French Pattern Bonnets, Round Hats and ail tho Latest Parisian Novoltios, ciiNsivnsn or silk pr.vsuus, sauxs, hhocadbd iiuino.ys, uuxambxts, .tr.. To which our customer j mid tho ladles or Washing ton nnd vlctnUy ore cordially lu Hed, on THUI13D.VY AND FMIiAY, OCT. 2 AXD 3. Mrs. H. Mail & Son, 722 Sovonth Street Northwest. N. U-N'o cards. Tho l'rlncem of Wales KIJ Olovos a npihliilly, oc2-t BRADBURY PIANOS & ORGANS, i: O, SMITH, Manufacturer, llrooklyn, N. Y A full assortment of tbcseSTANrA1U INSTtlU NliNnsalwiosoiiliaiid, and Foil KALI", or HUNT at lha lowest prior and on the easiest li run. lleuti applied to purchase. Large assortment of Second-Hand Instruments coniutulyon hand. fcOrdc-rs rcstlved for Tuning und Heparins. E. Q-. SMITH, oc2-m J ton PUXXA. At'VXVt:. THIRD DAY OF THE FAIR. Ten Thousand Peoplo on tho Grounds in Alexandria. A liny rilloil Willi Interosllnc Kvonts l'llslit of CntrliT rigoons-Tlireo Tiots unit n Itiitmlnirltnco Military l'n rniloiiml ltovlew Ilin.Wnsli- lngtmi nml Winchester Companies, Ac. KEW FALL BATS JUST RECEIVED. UnnU' Now St lu Silk lints, M4 unci 83. Splendid llneur Now stiff Hiiti.S'i to S3. 'w Shapes In Suit lur Huts, SSl.BO to ft.1. Tim Very llrst "Dollar Ilutn" In thnclty. Nlco assortment oT llojs imii Children's lints, nt hII price., rrom SO emit to til. BO, ut " Popular One Piico Store," seventh street. Price Marked In Plain Figures on Each Hat TIKE OK,IC3-I3ST.Ij AMERICAN TEA STORE, COllNKU SKVKNT11 AM) I STltlilTTS, Which alwuyn sold TEA.COF FEE.St'IClM AN l FANCY OROCKntUS At New York l'rtees. Is tho plooe to purchase If ) ou n mil to eel SOd valuo roywc.h. j()is D(WIilX(li CX-iOSI3SrC3- OX3T SALE oir REMINGTON SEWING MACHINES. During tin next thirty doyn w e propose nnlllna for OASUuNI.Y, our entlro nick ofl'lnln Table, Halt Cibinrt and T.so Drawers and Drop .Le.it Mathlues, at prl' e. r inztni; from rilTEES 10 TWENTY-FIVK DOLLARS. A. C. STEVENS & CO., 1105 Penna. Ave. SCHOOL BOOKS, School Bags and Noiseless Slates AT THE VERY LOWi:bT 1'RICKS. School Books and Copy Hooks Coxerad 1'reo, with 1'i.U'nl Covers. If bought at SHILLINGTON'S BOOK STORE, imC9 Cnrntr Four-and-a-lialf at. and Fnp avt. the estimation of tho publla to tho extent of the damages claimed. Wnilo Is n member of the Washington Bicycle Club, nud on tho day In question sat down at tho table Id tho uni form of tho club, consisting of flannol shirt mid kuco brooches. Tho proprietor regarded this na a violation of the rules of tho houso. CATOIUNO AT BTUAW9, SPECIALTIES OBXTS' UAXD-SEWED HOOTS, lace, HVl'lOX AXlt COXOUESS OAI- teus, o 1.v. kip axj cam? hoots, J.AMES' SlUK T.AVE OAlTr.KS, KID AXJ OOA T 11 VITOX shoes, WHITE KJO HI.1PPP.US. school shoes ix tut eat rAnrr.TY, (JUM HOOTS AXlt SllOUS, A J.I. S1XI.S, AT PU1CES I.OflElt THAX TUB LOW EST. 3D. IBTEITilSItUSr, 402 SEVENTH STREET. Blfln Tho Old Woman in Window. BABY COACHES, TZELTJTSTKIS, UASKETS, AliCllBHl', DOLLS, Vl'.LOCI PBDBS, TOYS, ,tO lowiflT priuj:h at IVATIOXAL TOY C03I1M.W, Jyllltf 430 Scvolitli Stliiet. Gas Cooking Stoves! AT Washington Gas-Llyht Office, royal 411 AXD 413 TKXTU STHISUT. Celebrated Milwankeo Lager Beer. Tilcp, 80n. l'or Doien. rniMP KEST HKEWIXa COSII'ANY received Uold Medal at l'r) Exposition, Mi. Eorn.Eit ov At,i5,aiNriEii ai.i:, i.agi:r Ul.ujt, nuiiA WATitii, ju.mi; ih;i,u; ALSO UIDKIt AND V1N1.UAII JN JlAltRELM. i. im:. jzjt, SO mill 3'J l'rotjirct St., (IooikHoitii, I), C. Jyittf DRIVER'S RYE CORDIAL, Recommended by j!ij slulntis gcii--rnlly tiM it Hure cure for Colds, CoiigliN, mid ull ullvt'tloiiN ol' (lio Xliront mid I.tinuv. Is composed or Hue old Ityo IVIiIhIij- mid pure AVhltc Klrlnc ICocU Cundy. $1 per liolllo, SI er kuIIoii. Goo. w . Drivor. Spll Drpnt 401 1'onnayliruiilH iivoniie. Nniv Ailvertlsomente, J. T. Ityon &. Co, riimforo by uioonllRlit. United Slate Manhal's enlo, Tlierinoinctrln IteuilliiEi, UtritK (.'iiuruiuiut. UrrtiiKH, U, H. October!, 1879. Largo Atlmiiliiiico nt tlio Aloxntiilrln I'nlr, Ycatonl.iy was truly tho great day of the second annual fair of tho Alexandria and Fairfax Agricultural Association, Over 10,000 persons visited tho grounds. All tho tialns that loft this city woro crowded. Tlio 10 o'clock tr.iln, among others, carried a largo delegation of tlio Potomnc fruit Orowcrs' As sociation. Tlio wcathor was all that could bo nsked in point of clearness, but It was a llttlo dry and much too warm to bo comfortable. At 11:30 o'clock tlio Alexandria I.llit Inf.intry oscortcd tho Winchester Light Inf.intry to tho groituds, whero they bmko ranks mid mingled with tho crowd. At IS o'clock thcro was a illalit of thrco carrior pigeons to Haiti nioio. Tlio tlmo oftlielr nrrlral was received by tolegmtih and announced fiom tlio grand stand as follows: Nos. 2 and 1 arrived at 3 p. tu., and No. 8 at 12:13 p. in. Tlio pigeons wero owned by U.K. Whitman, of ltiltlmorc. Ono of tho mest iunii9lng features of tho day was a ono-tlilid mllo foot-nico by thirteen brawny darkles. A successful start was niado after thrco attempts. Tho men, being too oagur to get tlio lead In tho oulsut, over stepped bounds boforo thu word "Uo" was given. John llryaut canio in first, closely fol lowed by William Luckloy and Alfred Solo mons, tho prizes being $5, f3 and $J. Tbu 11 rat ovout on tho racing programmo was for tlio 2:30 class, purso of $0 tlrst.$lO, and sicoud, $10. Tills was substituted In placo of tho mulo race Tlio eutrhs wero Jamos M. Daly's Harry, Jerome Carter's Col onel Haywood, and J. T. Davis' liellc. Tlio llrst heat was won by Harry, and tlio second nml third by Colouel Haywood. Tho entries for tho 2:10 class wero John llgglestou's Trump, I.. A. Lodgo's Star Pilot, and J. T. llalley's llellc, Tor a nuiso of $I0J 570 to tbo first, $20 to tlio second und $10 to tho tlilld. It was not until thrco nttempts had hcui mado that they effected a start. During t.'io socond round of tlio Hist boat ono of the wlicols of Trump's sulkey gave way and his driver, Mr. Egghston, was thrown to tlio ground and diaggul sover.it yards, but ho stuck to the reigns audsiicceoded in pulling In his horso without fiutbcr accident. Pilot thou won tho boat nltli case, Uollo taklug second phico and Trump tho third place. Thu geuciul opinion was that If tho accident had not oi'cinrul, tho beat and raeo would havo boon wun by Trump. Mr. Egglcstou procuiod another sulkoy and .trotted tho ruco out. aud, as It will be scon, gained second placo. In the second heat tho horses got od'well together. At tlio llrst turn; Star Pilot led by about two lengths. Trump being second aud Hollo out of tho race, so to speak. Thus they sped ou throughout thu heat, Star Pilot coming lu tlrst and winning tho race, Trump second aud llclle third. Most of tbo iuteicst centred upon tbo running raco, for which thcro weio threo onirics C. C. Nelson's Tillie, John McQIrr's Ilob Martin and It. 11, Cunningham's Dandy, for a purse of $100 $70 to tbo llrst, $20 to tlio second and $10 to the thitd. On tho first turn Tillioled, Dandy sec ond aud Hob Martin third, aud so tlioy kept during tho second turn. Tilllo c.uno louud tlio third turn closely followed by Ilob Mai tin, Dandy's driver pulling up at tho sccoud turn, thinking that tho laco was over. Time, 1:53. At tho start of the second beat all the horses got off together. Tlio llrst round Tilllo led, followod by Hob Martin, with Dandy in tlio distance, and so tho positions stood when Tilllo canio Home, winning, tlio neat in K.uu, uoii Martin second nud Dandy third. Tilllo took first money, Hob Martin second and Dandy third. Tho Judges woro Colonel J. W. Foster, W. M. Gait, It. II. Cockrell, T. I,. JHumo and J. W. Brown. At 3 o'clock the Alexandria Light Infantry and tbo Winchester Light In fantry proceeded to the Prluce-streot wharf aud escorted tlio Washington Light Infantry, sovouty lu number, to tbo grounds. At the conclusion of the races tbo several companies gave a dress parado and passed In lovlow be foro tbo grand stand, with the Washiugton Light Infantry In tbu front, commanded by Col. Mooie, followed by tbo Aloxaudria Light Infantry and tbo Winchester Light Infantry. Tho column, sixteen abreast, was led by Mayor Smith and hcided by Wobci's bnis baud, und marched to tho inspiring strains of "Tlio Scidmoro Outrds" anil the 'Tatinitza Marnh." A bargu party of tbo Potomac Boat Club came down in tho afternoon, A largo number of visitors went down with Company " A," which swelled tho number of Wiiililtigtonlans to thousands. To day will bo tho last day of tbo fair. A number of interesting events havo been arranged. Including a luuulng race, two uillos, best two in tbioe, and a trotting raco, two miles, best two in tluoo, Company A woro tondertd the uso of tho steamer W. W. Corcoiau for their trip to Alex andria yesterday. After they loturned to this rity they marched up tho Avenue as far as Fourteenth street and then returned to their annury, aud after n few remarks from Colonel Moore, congratulating tbo company on their goner.il appearance and obedience to Ills oruors, wero illsmlsjcil. 1 lioy made, a vory neat and pretty uppeaiance in their now failgtio uniforms. No (liirmcnU Are Oll'orml at the Hoys' Clothing House of H. Itoblnsou & Co., 000 Pennsylvania avenue, which they cannot conscientiously recommend, They have won the position of leaders lu tho boys' clothing trade by stilct ndhorenco to honest uoallngs and closo unit constdut study of tlio wants of tho tr.nlo. Ilullilnoiuo Diamond King, 7stnnoa, white, 2 ciraU,$S3. Jacobs Bros,, 1220 Pennsylvania avenue. TIhi Mglit Inlantiy nt tlio I'nlr. The Winchester Llht Iufantiy passed through this city, on tholr way to tho Alexan dria Fair, yoslorday morning. They woro met at the llilllmoro & Ohio depot by a dele gation o( the Washington Light Infantry. The Wlnclustor Cumpany telegiaphed ahead for a Hag, which was delivered to them at tho de pot, mid they marched through tlio city with tho National colors flying, Tlio Washiugton Light Infantry, wealing their now fatigue uniforms aud bended by Wobci's Baud, left tho Armory at 2 o'clock for tho Seventh street whnif, find there took tbu stoamer W. W. Corcoran for Alcxandiln, They numbered seventy muskets, and woro commanded by Colonel Mooic, They returned last evening about 7:30o'elock, and their lino of march up Huvciith street was brilliantly illuminated with flroworks by enthusiastic citUeus and admirers of tho corps. Before going to tbo Ainiory tliey marchid up Pennsylvania avu n uo, countermarching nt Fifteenth strcot. BnusiEl.sC.YM'r.TS,7rcup; Ingrains, 23o,30e, 37c; best Tapostty Ingialus, 75c: Whlto Blankets, $1.75 up to $10 ; doublo width black Ciisbmcro, -13c up; silk Velvets, $1 up. Bar gains In dress goods. Naudaln's, 700 Market Space A Complaint Acnlnst tlio (las Company. Simon T. So I ton yesterday entered suit against tho Washington (las-Light Company for $300 damages. Tho complainant avers that on tho Oth of July last ho outorod Into a contract with tho defendant to furnish gas nt premises No. 201 Third street southonst, which wore used for tlio tobacco business. G is was furnished for nearly two months and the bills promptly paid, but ou tho 20th of August tho gas was shut off from tho premises nud tbo company rofusod to furnish It longer, conse quently tho claim for damages. J. llruck, 4113 Suvmith Ntrror. Tlio best $2, $2 30 nud $3 Mou's Congress Galtcis aud Button Hnols. Tlio YVnitilngtim Moiiuiimnt Soclrty. Thu following members of tho Washington Monument Society woro present nt General Dunn's olllco yesterday for tbo transaction of business, but owing to tbo lack of a quorum were compelled to rdjourn until the noxt meeting : W. W. Corcoran, cq., Dr. J. 11, lllako, Admiral Powell ami General Dunn. A lcttor from Dora Podro, Dnpcror of Brazil, was rend, however, in which he formally pre sented to the society tho stones which ho had sent to this country to bo placed In tho monu ment. Lodillc's Hcadacho Specific enrol nervous and slek hcadacho lu five to twenty minutes. Price, 50 cents. In Sriiroli or u Cli.irtor. A letter was received by tho Commission ers yesterday from John A. Ilussoll, clork of tho boanl of supervisors, Sin Francisco, ad dressed to "tho Hon. the Mayor, City of Wash ington, D. C," requesting n copy of tlio cliartcrnndiuuiilclp.il laws to aid in framing n now chartor for tbu city of San Fiaucisco. Tbo Commissioners will forward to Mr. Bus sell a copy of the act cieallng thu District government nud such laws as nro pioperly codified. IMttgutit riotllalre, lttlig. 2 cnrnls. perfoct, brilliant, $130. Jacobs Bros., 1220 Pennsylvania avenue. llookeil for Albany. Commitments to tho Albiuy Penitentiary havo been made out for tho following persons recently convicted lu the Criminal court : Aaron Williams, larceny, two years and six months; James Lewis, alios Winston, alias Vilicout, burglary and larceny, seven ycr; Gcorgo Slmms, petit lnrccny, sccoud oit'ens'-, two years: Charles E. Williams, petit larceny, sreond offense, two years and six months; Thomas Tumor, petit larcony, second offuuso three years. Oenti' Shoos, splendid assortment, all the latest styles, at Park Shoo Store, 032Saveuth street. An Insulting Soounilrel Arrested. About 8 o'clock last cvonlng n well-dressed young man, giving bis nauio as J. C. Balid, was arrested by Officer Bjb Sutton at tbo cor ucr of Seventh and E streets northwest for making Indecent and insulting remarks to a couplo of ladies. Tlio latter paid uo attention to tho scoundiel, but passed up thu street ore tho olllcor could ascertain tholr names. 11 ilrd was takou to tho Hull precinct and placed behind tbo bars, preparatory to a visit to Judgo Suell's oourt to-day. Vino Diamond King. 7 stones, superbly mouutod, $35. Jacobs Bros., 1229 Pennsylvania avenue. Off for lloston. Mr. Max Ilausmaun, president of tho Capi tol Bicycle Club, and Dr. II. M. Scbooley, sub captain, tbo two young mou who will attempt to rldo to Boston on tholr bicycles, started promptly nt 7 o'clock yoslorday morning from tho club's meeting placo at Nuw York nvonuo and Thirteenth street. Tlioy were accom panied for a number of miles by n largo num ber of tho members of tho club. Stone's Counsel Move for Now Trlnl Charges of Mliooiuluct. Messrs. A. K. Brown and It. T. Grconor, counsel In tho caso of Jamos Madison Wyatt Stone, rccontly convicted of tho killing of bis wlfo, yesterday filed a motion for a now trial. Tho roasons set forlh aros First, for nilsbo havlorof tbo Jury. Second, that tho verdict was contrary to tho ovldonco. Third, that tbo vordlct was contiary to law. Fourth, that n now aud material fact unknown at tho time of tho trial, and not ascertainable by reasonable dlllgcnco by tho defendant, lias como to light slnca tho tiial. Fifth, for mis directions by tbo court to tbo Jury, and Im proper rulings by tho court on questions of law during tho (rial. Accompanying tho motion Is tbo affidavit of Thomas E. Lytic, sotting forth that ho Is In formed and believes that tbo Jury, after hav ing been sworn to try tlio case, and after having been placed In charge of bailiffs, wero taken to tlio National Hotel, nud were then and thcro sopaiatcd, n portion of the Jury going to another pirt of tho city sovoral squares distant, whllo tlio other portion re mained at tho hotel. Billlffs Hughes and Dorsey wero In chnrgo of the Jury during tho entire tlmo of tbo trial, mid pronounce tho statement about tbo Juiy being separated and permitted to go to dif ferent portions of tho city nt nny tlmo after being sworn its wholly false. Tho only tlmo they wero not nil togotber was on mi occasion wbou one or two woro slek. By permission of tho Judge the well men took a walk with ono bailiff, whllo the other remained with tbo sick ut tbo hotel. ltiirt'n 1'luo Shoes for ladles, misses und children, with many other choice makes, nt Gattrell's, 000 Soveuth Stieot, corner of I. A Malcontent Instigator. Mr. Iteldolt, tho agent In this city of ex Senator Dorsey, states that tbo ox-Senator has a contract for carrying tho mails from Whito lEivor to Itawllngs, a distance of 160 miles, which was sublet to n nun named Parkins, and that last summer Perkins throw up his contract ill anticipation of extorting a higher compensation. The contract was, however, sublet to another person, which greatly In censed Purklus, aud ho refused to let go tlio service, aud only did so on an order from tlio Department to postmasters to deliver tho malls only to tl.u sccoud party. Peiklus thou de stroyed tbu fuiago on tho route and burned tlio grass, mid also Incited tho Indians to do tlio saiiio and commit other oulingos along tho route. Mr. Keidull attributes tbo present ill feellnc and rcceut outbreak of thelites pri marily to tho machinations of this man, who has lu ruveneo stlirul them up by leealliug nud magnifying tbo wrongs committed against them by tlio (Juvernuicut and tlio settlors aud miners. $33 Amehioan Stem-Winding Watch, solid gold cases, gout's sizo. Call mid examine, at Harris & Co., -135 Sovonth street northwest. speculations comolldatcs tho lutorests of thousands Into one wholo, dividing tho profits pro rata orory thirty days. The combinations, handled vlth tlio hest skill and oxpcrlcnco, attain great success In the stock market. From JW to $10,000 can thus bo Invested with vast adsantsgo. Ilia new explana tory circular, with "unerring rules lor lurcoss,' mailed by Messrs. Ijiwrcnce A Co., Hankers, til i:x change Place, Now York (.'ily, Wm. Haiin's $1.50 mon's Galtors look neat and wear astonishingly well. CITY lTll.HS. Tonv IMsron's great story, 'Tub Intsn Hf.tfct lvr," will bo commenced fir Nt. 033 of tho New Y0IIK l'llll.-IIlK C'OMl'lNIOX. iivi;n away. A mngnlncont fall and winter Colored 1 ashlon l'lnlo, with directions, will bo gh en auay Willi No. IIKII Of '1 111! Nl'.W YollIC FlIlKsltlR C'OMI'AMOM. Tho words and mu'lo of tbo popultr long, "Dublin Hay," are rIvcii In tho supplement of the snino number of tbo paper. 'Iiik Nmv Yoiik l'liiEsltiu CoMi'ANlo.v Is for sale by all nowsdenlers. 1 bo sub scription prlcu It i'S a ymr. Address (Jcorgo Muuro, 17 to l!7 Vandowator street, New York. lm. vox MoscnzHKiiii, who has opened an oftlco attil'J Nineteenth street norlhnost, is nuu of tlio very best and oldest known Oculist and Atirlst In tho country. Hu linsbecn the pupil of tho most renowned men lu Europe. Ills works on tlio ills cases of tbo eye anil car have been well received. Ha has paid great attention to tho diseases of tlio respiratory organs, lie lately spent four years I u Kuropo visiting tlio best hospitals, and tho mast celebrated men who maku lheacsof the Throat, Lungs, Chert, Catarrh, Asthma their special prac tice. Hlnco Ills return ho has treated with great success some of our most distinguished men in every sphere or life. In their letters to him, which wo piTusod, they speak In tbo very highest terms of his great skill. Julius L.iNSDtmyil, the popular Carpet furnisher. rMWrrVSArVysMMMM, - liiij MEW AOVKItTISKHIKSfTS. GREATEST EFFORT of otj:r, LrsrEis. 11 rilllJIS THAT Mil! BOUND TO WIN. la order to moot tho greatly incroasod domand for our Heady-Mado and Ordered Clothing wo havo not tho tinio to dovoto to our FURNISHING DEPARTMENT, AND SHALL POSITIVELY CLOSE THE SAME AT ONCE. NEW AHVEIITISEMENTM. IP YOU WISH TO RENT, IP YOU DESIRE TO BUY, IF YOU ARE ANXIOUS TO SELL, IF YOU WANT TO EXCHANGE, G-rVE TJTS.A. CA-IjIj. Wo havo aiyita. wplMocntnl Hoium lor pftlo nt ox tr.M.i-'lv low prion: iv1s HouHta, lw und Country 1'lnco for sale or exchange ou oy term. J. P. RYON oc3-f,m,WMn & CO., 719 D St. N. W. CLOTH8NG FOR MEN AMD BOYS. Wo havo now undoubtodly doublo tho stock of ANY HOUSE IN WASHINGTON. Wo havo marked thoso goods in plain flguros at tho vory LOWEST CASH PRICES. Wo aro ottering tho BEST BARGAINS THAT MONEY CAN BUY. WE CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR ELEGANT LINE OF FALL OVERCOATS FROM $4.50 TO $25. Mnrrlitjro License. Tho clerk of tbo court has Issued the follow ing marrlago licenses. John K. Lowo and Llla E. Sullivan, of Goorgutowu, D. C.;J. J. Jones, of Queen Ann County, Md and Cather ine C. Iloltzmnu, of this city ; Philip Schrelvcr and Mary Murphy ; C. B. Coutec and Matilda Jamison ; James Butler.of Bvstrop, Texas, and Sarah A. D.ws, of this city ; Harvey Bird and Julia Johnson; John Warrou and Ida Armster; Itichaid Stevenson nud Louisa It. Peters; Frcdeilck Latimer and Mary Goodman; John Weeks and Maruaiot Koes: William Wluaus und Mary E, A. Gray. lMMi:Nsn variety of children's Shoos nt Wm. Halm's, 810 Seventh street aud 1022 Pennsyl vania avenue. Itcilily Welch to bo l'nidonod. Roddy Welch, nt ouo tlmo n w oil-known character, who has been In tho Albany Peni tentiary for sovoral years, Is ubout to iccclvo a pardon lu consequence of physical condition. He has nine fistula openings and cannot bo properly treated in tbo pcultentlaiy. When ho roaches this city bo will bo taken to Piovi douco Hospital aud receive tbo best medical attention. Taulltk' unit Children's Shoes In great variety, .nt Park Shoe Store, Sovonth street. 032 Auction Snlo To-dny. By J. T. Coldwell, at 4 o'clock p. m., a framo dwelling, No. 721 Ninth strcot north west. UritoLSTKni.so a specialty at Julius Laus buigh's. CITY XOTBS, 7.m SS T:1J(i. iu ct 12m 82 an. m M Idop.ni M tp.ni, II i. m it) Minimum bS Minimum ,, 07 Indications, For tlio Middle Atlantic fltatcs Increasing cloudiness, occasional rain, warm fcouthcily, veer ing to colder westerly winds, lower barometer. Fink UNnEn.WKS.it. I carrlod from last leasou a laigo stock of desirable underwear, ud notwithstanding n general udvauco nil tloug the lino, I havo i educed the piicisnf many stylus of tlio finest sciulutand whlto goods, with it view of closing them out. I can furnish undsishlrts from thirty inch to sixty Inch chest uiomuic, and drawers from twenty jdx Inch to flfty-tlx Inch waist nicnsmo. Few Itocks ixin show such ii&soitinonls as inlno, and guutlouiBii wishing good articles nt pi Ices below valuo nil! pleaso Inspect at -110 Soveiilh strcot. ClLonaE O. liK.NNJ.sa. A fieut's "WhIIIiiiui" Mem-Winder, Rolld gold ciscs, handsomely cngravnl, f30, Jacobs Bros , 1220 Peuusylvutila avenue. (lolltluluoil, for flno foot wear call ou Gartioll, OOOSovcuth street, comer of I. Ho makes a spuclaltv of gonbV fine Boots and Shoes, and sells them nt tho lowest cash pi ices. 87.SU for .Solid Silver Wutuhes, Gent's and boy's sUos, fully warranted, Jacobs Bios., 1220 Pennsylvania avenue. Ilur.v'ri Fii'sisstWA cures ull kldnoy and bladder diseases, ginvel, feninlo weakness, &c. An Indignant ltliytllst, Messrs. Itlddlo, Miller nud Padgett yoiteiday entuied suit for Edward C, Wade against John II. Scott, claiming $5,000 datuogos, Tho plaintiff sets foith tiiat defendant Is proprietor of tho New Yoik Avenue Hotel, and ou tbo 27th day lust Sfpivinberliowoiit thoiuiHu guest. Hu en tuied tlio dining-room when other persons wero seated and eating, and iiqucHled to bo waited upon, but the proprietor icl'used to furnish him with food, and oidered blm to loayo tho loom. This being done lu tlio presence of sovcral ladles null gentlemen, ho fuels that the Insu't Ims liijuiod him, and that huhaieulfcicd iu Drawbick certificates Issuod to dato Ag gregate $210,230.15. Thu only Turko-Busslan and sulphur bath houso In tlio city, 003 UBtreet northwest. Tioasurer Dodgo has thus far paid back $23,070 of the illegally assessed water tax, Tlio water-main tax collected from June 20 to July 10, 1B7U, amounts to 5217,-l.iO.OJ. William N. Itoacb, ex-cashler of tho Citi zens' bank, loft tho city Wednesday for Mon tana. Tlio lett Vienna bread In tbo city can bo obtained ouly at F. Frcuud's, 702 Ninth sticct northwest; also confectionery. Tho United States steamship Tallapoosa arrived nt tho navy-yard yesterday from her usual trip to vailous navy-yaids. Tlio National Fair Association ha3 ar ranged to run trains to Ivy City during tho days of tlio fair ovory sovou minutes. Inspector Eutwislo loporls that for tho mouth of September tberu was Issued 101 per mits for new buildings aud 131 for repairs; ro colpts, JI303. Mr. George A. Caswell, tho now Intondant of tbo Washington Asylum, was muiried ut Portland, Mo Wednesday night, to Miss Mary S, Doming, formeily a toacbor lu tbo Wash ington public schools, Slgnor Brumldl, the fresco painter at tbo Capitol, who was protty badly acaied last Wednesday by tho upsetting of a chair on tlio scallbldlng at which ho was at work, expects to rebume work to day. Iu tho caso ofll. C. Shustor tho recoivcrs report that tlioy have received a bid froui Ltusburgli &, Hiotherof $5,183.03 fur the stock In bulk, and ask tbu court to upprovo tlio salu to thoso parties, which it did. W. E. Cioggon aud Francis Hamilton, two men arrested lu this city eiuly yestorday morning for stealing a toum aud wagou from Buiijiimiu K. Sbeckolls, In Baltimore, wero taken to that city last ovoulng. Tno members of tho Iilchollou Club are actively ougaged perfecting arraugoiuents for tli4lr soiree, to bo given at Tallmadgu Hall on tho 2 Uh Instant. It is tholntoutioii of tbo mcmbcis tu mako this one of thooveuts of tho season, Michael Ford was sontoncod to six mouths lu Jull by Judge Snoll yosterday for boating Stephen Terrlll ou tlio ulgbt of tho 12th of September last. Ford knocked at Ten Ill's door, aud when tlw latter camo out knocked him down and boat hliu until ho was Insensible Yulonliiy afternoon Ofllcor McClow found a wbito man naiuod William E. Asllo suffer ing with u lit at tho corner uf Fifteenth stieet and Pennsylvania avonuo. Tlio ofllcor took him to tbo Fourth precinct station, wheio ho icuelvud utteutlou from Dr. Nuwiutn. After ward Asliu let t for his home iu Cumberland, Md. Charles Slmouds was charged lu tho Pollco couit ytsturday with assaulting bis mother-in-law, .Mrs. Mary Jlobbs, but us It appealed lu ovidunco that tbo nlluged assault was com mitted whllo ho was attempting to eject lior fiiiiii his house ou account of loud talking, Judge Snoll dismissed tho caso, saying that she bad no light to intrude hunelf In Iieriou-lu-law's liuuiu eoutiary to his wlslioi, A Iiuiilaiiitts Wiinted. John Martin has applied for a mandamus on Charles S. Buudy, a justice of tho peace, to compel him to Issuo au oxccutlou lu favor of tho petitioner, on tho judgment cutcicd iu nu action befoic tbo Justice, wlioroin Martin was pliilutltl nuu .Mrs. liulva A. Liockwood deleud- ant. Thu suit was brought on the Oth ot last August and Judgment given for $25. AStem-Winder Wallhara Watch $12.50, In two-ouueo coin silver cases, at 11. Harris & Co.'s, 133 Seventh btrcet. The roilostilnu Contest. Tho 20-hour pedestrian contest, In which Heron, Post, Crawford, Douglas, Hodgson nud Salsbury are entered, will begin at Odd Follows' Halt nt 8 o'clock to-night, ondlng nt 10 o'clock to-morrow night. Before this con test begins there will be an hour run, for which ten men aro enteied. Tboio Is much iutorost ceutioed in both contests. DR. F. A. V0H MOSGHZISKER, TltK WKMrKKOWrs UUIlUPlUN PHYSICIAN and SPECIALIST, who Tor miny years lias practiced la I'liltadclj bin, lias opined mi oflieo at No. 619Nineteenth Street N.W. Tin. VON JIOSCI17.ISKi:n'S re-imtatlon as the most succeuful practltlonor In ewes of IinAI'NnSS and In allilhciisi-ioflliollYi:, KAttand Ilespirntory Oricans. such as TJIHOAT, LUNOI, CIIKST, CA TAllUir, ASTHMA, nnt nil dlvasn of ihe.Nasal tussuges, lias long been estnlilUlied. lie Is well known us tho nulbor of nn extensive work on the KAlt-lts Diseases and Trestmeiil; n Olillilt to the diseases of thu KVK, unda Iroitlse on tho diseases or the ItlJSl'IItATOllY OU0AN8. lilt. VON M.hns Imd lu tho eourss of his practice many of the most distinguished men In this country under Ids treat ment. Among them were Ex-Oovcrnor Horatio Sey mour, Bciuitor Voorhcca, Hon. J. C New, Hon. Itos will Hart, Hon. T. It, ltuelianan, and numerous others, wlu so letters to him can he duly examined. The following document was preseuled to him cro leaving I'liiladolphUt PHILADELPHIA. To Whom it May CovcKtisr : Wo, tlio unclt r!gnul citizens of ruilfldelplua, tnko pleasure In certirlnstbutl)n.K,A,VUN 5I05.C1I.IS KKIUiMbecn a rr'HlcIcnlof our city for somoyenrs. during Uich bo hut ncqulred u dUtlnguIalitd rcpuU tlo'i um )iHCtltlouer lu dUeMie ot tlm Ky?, 12ir and Tliront. Uo has nlso, during soma time pwt(becn l'rofosior nud clinical Oporutor lu ono or our Mcdlcnl IiiHtltiillom. We rccomiupiul tilm to ttm cord hi sup port of tlio 1'ietnand lt. confideucoot tltocommuiil tics ho nmy see tit to vhlt. M MrMIUUAKL, Mayor of tlio City, J. W UAVIM. Hioiilcrr Jfcujo 1Ui, Ta. T ilfl.'lllVl.'V IM.Ioii Dm. .cm SEE OUR LOVELY BUSINESS SUITS. Our $12 Suits of All-Wool Goods aro of tho same grado of goods, with tho advantage of our artistic cut and roliablo work, as aro gonerally advortisod and sold as bargains at $15. Our hnor grades, at $15, $18, $20 and $25 aro superior to any of tho so-called custom work that wo or any othor houso mako at that price. Think of it I Think of it! Heavy KNEE PANTS at 80 cents. Now, boys, don't all como at once, as wo havo only 300 PAIRS OP THEM. Tho NEW BLOUSE SUITS wo oflbr 20 per cent. LESS THAN THE USUAL PRICES. IN OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT wo have just add ed TWO HUNDRED NEW STYLES. In this departmont the goods are marked in plain iigures at prices that prevent us from adding any now names on our ledger. Thoso who pay cash for thoir Clothos will find many things to interest them in this departmont. Undoubtedly the Best Cuttors. WE INVITE YOU Unquestionably the Bost Workman. TO CALL ON US. Nkw stock of HogoM & ltro.'s and Morldou Silver-plated ware, at It. Hauls & Co.'s, 135 Soveuth stieet Tho Itlglil-lIuiHl SUIo. Major Morgau has addressed tbo following circular to horse-owners and stablctuon ; Tholawrenulrcs that caits and waeoux In mo. Hon shall be kept on the rlcht-liaud sjdo of the slreet. Travel would be greatly facilitated and the liability to accidents largely reduced, were all clas.csof vehicle's to conform to this law. 'J ho public in Its own Interest Is earnestly enjoined to iu far as practicable comply. . AMUSBM1SXTS, T .1, l'l.df ..- ",-.. ..... 1, .j .T c.iwi ii. . . ijuiiui iivni. i kkimisli:y. uiuiiiicuiai. CI1A-S McUI.lN'lOUK, Morning Tost. J' C! i:t,I,MAKKH. U r) Jtaishal, J W (IllAYSON, Jlereurv. JIOI1T .IIOHttl, CllMJ V l.ANMAN. A i; WKLCH. HON A W AllCLURTC O i:VAllllUHTON, llvenllij 'J eli-graph, Kl. FKA'HIKUSHKNE, l.ven'iiR Jlullellii. JAM nuns MNOWDIIN. Matu Mcuator. ItOH'f KUKN JltUW N. Alloruoy. 1879. X"Z0- WALL OPENING! WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1 AND 2, PATTERN BONNETS, ENGLISH ROUND HATS, &c. Ladles of Washington mid vicinity aro cordially In sited to attend. NO. 1107 P STREET N. W. J. P. PALMER, IMPORTER. A, SAKS & CO., CLOTHIERS &TAIL0RS, 31G ami 318 SjEVXSNTJI STBEET. DRESS SHIRTS. TO ORDER. $750. JORDAN, 1111 k l!0 SIX FINE fmmaBm&mm - , --Y.ftK&-ri" inBtrii VtVyM"' rf'' ' 1006 IT STREET. A litrcn lino Coloicd lfoie,J(tb lot, two pjilr ftr 2fl cimls. fe- lrtuii-ilj tullin'M, Wl '5 peiclii7Hii. num. x uiiriiy uuurti E?i ou por linn tlorrti 1 In) l.lncn UnudUurcIilcfRj thrco for 50 Ct'lltH, Sixty iintl 7r-c-nt lJii(iiilrlH'l Shirts. Mx JLuuiiilileil SliUtti lui' H3 CO. eJOK,D.liT, X3A.K.E Sc CO., lOOS 2? STREET. NIM1!TYFIVE CEHTS WILL BTJlT BFIIT KorV Opera-llouso "II. M. S. rinulbre." Tlio pcrformahco of " Plnaforo " given at I'ord's lait eveuhiK "m one of the flnc.t jet seen In Ibis city. Only three more opportunities icnmlu of seeing tho opera. Next week tho now comedy of "The Strategists" will bo produced by the sumo strong company that has mado such a hit nlih tbo play iu 1'hllidclphla and olbcr cities. A l'lilladeb plila impor, spcaklnu of the performaiico there, says: "Willi each succeeding scone, as tho ludi crous situations came thick and fust, Interspersed with surprlsliiKly clever bits of character acting, th mirth or tlio audlenco knew no bounds, and such shrlolis of laughter as are rarely hcaiel lu a theatru eio almekt continuous." Ilia "l'lnnriiro" llonfOt. Mr, Samuel . Younic and Mr. Frank I'carson will lo given a beiiullt ou iraturdar nlnlit, the perform aucobelni;"l'liiuforu" the lSJth porforiuance of theso t'eiitlcuien. All the favorltos will ajipear In tlio cast as mentioned lu the advertisement, tnii. (iidi CuiroKia ami Dkk licadeyc, as sung by the bonetlclarlcs, aro tlio original characters In this country, and aro coiicede'ilto be tho best. A larsu number or seats are already sold ; those roninlulusc may bo had at Droit's drun storo. National 'mature "Tlw VliKlnblli." Another splendid performance of "Van, tbo Vlr eliilan" was itlvun last oenliiB. Tlirco moro per formances remain Ibis week, and next Monday nlKlit "Van" will bo succeeded by Itk's Surprl.o Party, who will remain during the neck, perlurm. Ink MYcral of tbo miulcd etnivi:i;n?as, 'I ho company Is very strung, behur hemlud by Willie Ciloiiln and others of renrccly leis note In tbo world of burlo'iuu and grotesipie. Tlieatiu Ci)iiiliiie, A matlneo irforruauto will be elvou Ibis alter noon nt tbo Unmliiuo, Next Jlouday iilgbt tlio "Alvln Joslyn" Cumpany will appear, and remain durlue tlio wholo week, "Alvln Joklyn" Is n new character comedy, Its central attincllon beluir Iten Juil'jn, an old Inow I.ualand farmer. It is a' clever blcndliiR ot pathos and humor. 'I he piece I liuu 1,1,., Ivllll (.mill kllPI'H. lit l'l,ll,llllil,lll., nit.l I ,,hv ..., . . ...- n-.-' . " ,- ........h, ,.., ,1. ,,t CIDEE YIIE&AE. CIDER VIIEGAB. rum: cimm yixp.uah ix stoiik AX1 POlt SALVATI.O tVPUIOBS H Y SAM'Xi. . PAjLMEK, Depot 57 Groono St., Georgetown, D, C. GEimEIYiEjfS HATS. Jmt recelved-Jarc lessor t uit'iit Stmro and I'ounl Cmwii Mlir llnti. luti'at inittTiir Alio tho rew ETZ, 1237 Ponna. Avo. Dvrliy list lor Ladlit, HATTER, IS F OR INFOKMATION CUKUKIININQ LOUISI ANA htati; i.onxuv AND COMMON WEALTH 01' KY, DlSTItlUUTION CO., Arn.Y to CT. 'W. OLARK, selSlm KOIMSW YOIIK AVKNUE. "Arounfl the WoiUTwith Gen. Grant." TIIK HISTOIIY OK TIIU TWO AMKItlCAS A COMPLKTi: CYt'LOI'ItUIA OF AMKIIIO'AN JUHT01IY, WITH A CHllONOLOOY l'KOM 1,8 TO 1970, JLT "WILLET &c IjIBBEl.r7 Cor. Sixth Street and New York Avenue. LTT-IVCIBIEZR, - LTTIIBIEIIR, TO THE DPTJELIO: Tho burning of our Planing M?.lls and Lumber Yards, in Salisbury, Md., will not intorioro with our businoss in this city, as our main supply oomes from our mills in Virginia. Having recontly leased tho yard of Mossrs. Mohun & Sons and stocked tho same, in addition to tho Fugitt yard, wo claim to havo on hand the Largost Stock of Lumber over ollbred for sale in this city. Wj. E. JACKSON & CO., (WM. li, JtUDOJtArii,) Thirteenth Street and Ohio Avonuo. CONSOLIDATED FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO., Successors to tho Babcook Manufacturing Co. siiK-eolm A. IL STOCKMAN, Comer Nlnihjum 1 streets. "Around Iho world with Gon. Grant." BuUcrliillons r celved bjTltsv. W H. I'OHT, lilt Nlnlli sir fit norltiut-it, with A. If. Htoclcr.iaii, cornsr Ninth ii"d I strr-pt. i.o.v-i'Olni Illlll Sprvulutloiis, A brakMiian on a Western railroad placed $50 In a combination, which turned a prollt of sjj; per cent . t-iunl to i i--7 M per one bundled share., net lluj; a piullt or IW.7,i. lu addition to the j.vj lm in. eied. Aeouduetor uiadeil.llG.:'! In two combi nations. 'Ihotuperliitfiident of hu l'asleru rail way mado SlliJlu U lu thn'u combinations, others lave tuj'j ut.ii'4 lar'e pivllls. 'JhU tyteui of stock CORNS, BUNIONS, Hl-ici'dl Nulls and other Allinonts of lha reel uo ccn.lully tri-utid by DB. YTHITB, ell IHOl'0 1)18 r, 1 11(1 Ivnniilviuil.i as'ciuio, opiioslte WIIIiiiiI'h Hotel, Iti-fois la tin nuiuy euliient phy. sit laus, siirseous and ilioiiH.ind, ot otln r u ellltuon n n roiiiiRus lha' lu'.ronlzu Ills etal IMm ent. l'riss ut bmliiui nt oflti o prueliulcs idleiidlug putlcuts at ruslOeutts except aflero p. in. 6jd oitviw i'ULai ri; viiit, WASHINGTON AGENCY, No. 603 FOURTEENTH ST. NORTHWEST, "Ar.si9:i3src3-T03sr, r. o. I'm cock nni'lolor.s ol' Cliiiinploi) i (lio Connolly "HoiihoIioM" IlxtlntnilNlicr. Halt unil Connelly "I'orlatilos," Connolly Wariiliouso l.iiKliics, CliiiiiiplDii VIIIiiko ilnuliU'M, llabuncU anil Cliiuiiiilon Clly Jliitrini'M. Coimcllv Ntiillouni'.v TiuiIin. Coiincllv Itiilli-oml I'.iiirlnoH. lliiltiiocli Hook nml JT.nililci' Ti'iickN, Homo CuitN unil Cni'rliijjtcH, I'm Irol unil ,Salviif;u Wilsons, Truiiinctf, Norzlcs, I'ji'cnioii'sj OntlKu, nail vvci'yllilii); iiei'liiliilnp; to I'lro Dopiirlniciil.s. Ayenta for the auto of the Celebrated " 11AXQQ11" Extension Lad der and J'Vi'o Escape, Illnstintcd CataliiRiios M I'lstlnintos furnlslicd upon nppllcntloii. OHLA.S. 3. MARTIN1, Vviicrnl Miiiiugtir CotisoIlelttctl I'Ji-o Illiib'iiirtltcr Coiuimuy.