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THE NATIOKATj REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MOKOTSTG, OCTOBER 17, 1879. (Entered at the lost-O01ce nt Washington, . C.aa ccoud clara matter. 1 A. HI. CLAl'I', i:iiroit. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN It published dally (Sundays excepted) by ibHMMBcinlilitanFrtntinEiiilFDtillslilieCOb. AT Wo. 1308 I! Btreot Northwest. tiHimsi One ropy one year t M One copy on Diontli. ............ ....... J Address NATIONAL REPUBLICAN Washington. D. a JtrfCbmmuntcatonior jmbtieoJwn ttuiuht be brief, ftaxnlv unltm, ami only vpon one tide qf Vie pajier when anonymmi thevinlt be neilherttad norrrumctl. Mcjteted manutcrijto vnUnUbctreNTtiU nor returned, Mr. I). DAVIIISON It tlio Agent for the re eclpt of Atlvorllsement nml Htibscrlptlons for Uils Taper, mill nlio fur the Collection ot Account. Itr. IV. n. POI'll Isnlso atitliorlictl to ro clve Advertisement nntt Subscriptions. largest JsCiUimatc Morning Cir- citlution in the District. WA8HIN0T0N70CT0BEK 17. 1879. TO-SIOIIHOW'S lMruik An Klglit-I'ngo National Republican." Tlio encroaclimcut unou our columns by oar advertising patron, wclcomo ns it is, and interesting to our citions generally its on indication of revived and renewed busi ness prosperity in this community, compels ns to issue an oight-paso National Re publican to-morrow morning for the pur pose of supplying our rcadors with a duo proportion of reading matter. It will contain all tlio latest nows of tho day, together with current cditorhl com ment, and several special articles of politi cal and local importance. Advertisements for this especial issue will be received at our Business Office as late as 10 o'clock to-night. I1i.AI.ni; and Foster h tlio latest cry for 1880. - The Rag-Baby is dead ngatn this tirao lor good and all. It has gouc, swndliug clothes and colic, tip tho golden stair of Resumption. It begins to appear that the Grecubackers were iu utter ignorntico of tho fact that on election was beiug held in Ohio last Tues day. As a consequence it is to bo feared that General Saunders Piatt has Incon tinently gone to meet Peter Cooper. TlIK storage bucolic editor has 'cro this remarked that the smoke of tho battlo has cleared aw.ty and has begun to enumerate tho casualties. And, out of them, bo he a Democrat, he will evoke tho lengthy, lengthened and lengthening bh.idow of the Bhkrman boom. Tub election of tlio colored man, Wil liams, to the Ohio legislature is a sore thorn in thesido of the Democrats who pre dicted that he would bo scratched and scratched into a hopeless minority. We rise to explain, however, that his color saved him. Ho was voted for ns uo white man with Ills recoid could or would have been. The hard-money votes, the honest-money votes, tlio Bloody Shirt votes, tho Stal wart votes and the Liberal votes, out in Ohio wero all cast for " Calico Charley." Tom Ewi.no lias since then borrowed his late opponent's yard stick and gone to measuring tlio length, breadth and depth of his colossal and overwhelming mi nority. The Philadelphia Times insinuates very pointedly, or admits ery emphatically, that Grant and Settle would m.iko n good Republican ticket iu 1880 "Good for " a Btorm," it sus ; "but n little stale just " now." We think, however, that tlio stale ncss of this combination may possibly be assuaged, as it were, by tlio conduct of tlio Democratic majority in the coming session of Congress. Bayard looms up in tho lurid Demo cratic vista as a possibility for 1830. Tho emoko arising from Thurman's funeral pyre covers the Bonrbon camp with tem porary obscurity, but ns it clears nway T. Francis Bayard and S. Jones Tii.den appear to bo standing erect, unscorched if not unsmirchod, and in readiness to cheer up tho mourners. But Bayard is a poor man and has no har'l. Coincident with tho success of his al leged proxy iu Ohio, Secretary SlIEItsiAN was undoubtedly startled by the cajitlon to tho San Francisco dispatches in yesterday's papers: "Sherman Wins I" This head line, it should be understood, referred to tho result of tho feinalo walking-match iu that city, iu which a muscular dime named Sherman was the victor. Perhaps these aro not propitious times for the Shehman race. John Kelly's pilgrimage through the interior of Now York in behalf of his Tain many bolt is a success. He is met with re sponsive sympathy from auti-TiLDE.v Dem ocrats wherever he goes. The willful at tempt of tho Democratic press to ignore theso facta whllo thoy nro eng.igcd iu ex aggerating the effect of the huudfuli of Ro publican ecratchers, Geoiiois William Curtis included, is n stupid as it is futile. Mr. Cornell's triumphant election is now OKHUied beyond nil doubt and cavil, Ohio having got tho Democrats on the' run. New York and Pennsylvania can now tako them iu hand and finish up the work of wiping them out. This task is mado easy, and tho accomplishment of it muit be short, sharp and decisive. Ohio lias been fighting tlio battle of Now York with a zeal and energy worthy of the cause, and tlio Em pire SUite Bliould roll up the memorable nujority of 1872, which exctukd C0.000 when Grant led tho column on to victory. That is tlio figure for 1870 and '60. Jeki' Davis, or some other man of like kidney, will ccrtniuly bo olected to succeed Bcimtor Bruce from Mississippi in 1831, Meanwhile tho efforts of tlio Bourhous to oust Senator Klll.UKlci, of Louisiana, will proceed under the temptation ptcsouted by the fact that his replacement by a Demo crat would close up the ranks mid give them a Holld South iu the Senate, It is true that tho iwlUUiou of this scheme will enrago Republicans everywhere, North nud South, and make them moio deter mined than ever that pure sectionalism, hiaed upon bogus Home Rule, shall bo put down, for tlio day of temporizing and con ciliation with theso selfish, unrcpouslvo and seditious aggressors against the causo of good government has p.i&scd, and Is gouo forever. Hut till that will mako very llltlo, if ouy,diflercucowith tho Bourbon majority in tho prcseut Senate. All they desiro is to odd to tho tenacity of their grip upon the legislative branch of tlio Government; to prescrvo tho Senate, if they can, against any change of its political complexion In 1891,-ond to hold that body as n baso for future operations in their efforts to ro citablisli tho most oxnggoratcd and covertly seditious construction of tho rights of tho States. To do this they vlll not hesitate or scruple at anything, no matter how un just, r6volutionnry or disreputable it may bo. The country may therefore as well bo prepared for a vigorous renewal this coming winter of tho assault upon Senator Kiel I.ocici's title, and it will then become tho duty of tho Republican press to keep tho people thoroughly advised of its infamously partisan character. No curious, lynx-eyed reporter was on hand nt No. 15 Oramcrcyl'ark to take note of the boisterous sorrow of tho Cipher Oro when tho news from Ohio came in. But it is reasonable to suppose that the C. O. arose in the might and dignity of his comprehen sive innocence nud remarked that I'KLTON or Jon.oi:i:, or sonio other fellow did it. Meanwhile ho is undoubtedly calculating the profit and lo of his har'l Investment iu the Buckeye campaign, mado with an eye singlo and another crooked to tho propaga tion of friendly relations nil around in 1650, and feels assured that he litis done his whole duty as a Democrat to S. Joxns Tii.n ex. Outt column-builder is nt work again. The altitude of the Republican pile is in creasing ns the subjoined exhibit will show : OHIO. IOWA. MAINE. COLORADO. CALIFORNIA. The Democratic column appears rather diminutive, by comparison ; but is gicn n,I, ii.,ii (., .i!, i ,. I under the promptings of u desiro to bo fair ail around, as lotions: NEWARK. KENTUCKY. It should bo explained, iiowcvcr, that tho doric entablature, ni it were, which sur mounts this Democratic obelisk is com prised of a Democratic mayor m hose hands are tied by a Republican council. The base thereof, ns e erybody knows, is composed of n State governed by the diabolical yellow fever fiend, Dr. Duke P. Blackuurn. Ki:ruiLicANisii in tiii: south, "While the assertion is frequently initio that tho patriotism and fidelity to the Re public is Confined to tho North, it will bo admitted that tho existence of those quali ties is best nttcstcd by a close adherence to the principles of tho Republican party. Taking this assumption ns a stindard and pursuing an nnurcjudiccd investigation into tlie f icts, it appears that tho assertion in question is untrue, nud that it is used either by writers who nro ignorant of theso facts or ns the result of caielcssncss and a slip shod characterization of the dominant po litical elements Iu tho two sections. A few figures will illustrate this mcaulug : Iu 1872, for example, thcro were 3,597, 07Q votes polled for President Grant in all of the States out of a total vote of 0,131, 1 19. The Southern States .polled ot thnt election 2,097,023, of widen 1,070,030 a lit tle moro than half wero cast for Grant. There was certainly, viewed from the stand ard referred to, an acknowledged patriotism mid fidelity to the Republic in tho South iu that contest. Again, in 1870, of the 2,720,971 votes polled in tho South, 1,100,771 wero given to President Hayes. Deduct from the sum total tho 20,000 stuffed Democratic ballots in Alabninn, -10.000 in Georgia, 50,000 In Kentucky, 20,000 in Maryland, 00,000 in Mississippi, 10,000 in North Carolina, 50,- 000 in South Carolina and -10,000 in Ylr giula, nud we find that this was about one half the votes actually polled ; and to put them in, thousands of Republicans sacri ficed their Ihes. Was thero no "patriotism or fidelity to the Republic" on tho part of theso men who faced death ami many of whom suffered it to show theirdevotion to principle? Taking tho phrase in n broader sense, it is still further from being correct. There wero 175,000 white Southern men iu tho Union armies; olso, over 100,000 colored Southern men who did tlio samo. Audit is certainly a low cstimntoto say that thero aio 100,000 Southern men who served in tho Union armies or lived iu the Not tli, nud sympathized with tho Union cause, who hae settled iu the South since tho war. Of these 11X1,000 citizens it cannot be said that they are devoid of patriotism. But these facts and figured are mainly significant iu so far as they show that the Republican party is not a sectional party, and that it has friend, adherents and sap porters tliroughont the length aud breadth of the laud enough of them to give it a legitimate control under fair elections of moro thau two-thirds of oil the States of the Union. And it will not lie denied that this nrrny of historic truth will entitle the Southern wing of tho party to a more con siderate regard than they liavo heretofore enjoyed at the hands of their Northern brethren. Dr. Edwin H. Smith bus been nomi nated by tho Republicans of Dinwiddle County for tho House of Delegates. Dr. Smith is well known In this city, wher.) his sons, lion. John Amiilkr Smith and C. M, Smith, esq., nre now practicing law. Tor muuy ycirs Dr. SMITH was assessor of Internal Revenue in tho Third Virginia district. Ho is a man of learning, and, wo believe, ono of tlio ablest public men iu Virginia. Ills election will rolled credit upon the people of Dinwiddle. Wo trust c cry Republican in the county will stand up for tho party and its nominees. Any limn who falters uow should be bruuded ns n traitor, Colored men iu Virginia should bear iu mind that all truo Republicans sup port their party nomluee, and also that tho Republican party is In favor of honest gov ernment and equal rights to nil. The taxes paid by colored meu axe very luslg- nlflcant compared with tho question of tho supremacy of tho Republican party. Let ovcry Republican rally to tho support of Dr. Smith. 1'Ehsoxal. Hov. S. B. Coxovr.il, of Florida, ii booked at Wlb lard's. llo.v. Hcoit Mcculloch Is booked at tlio Ebbltl House J. lUvrxscRorr. of Liverpool, England, la so journing ot tlio Arlington. KrxunT. Whim, of Hartford, and John R. Den nett nud wife, Now York, arc at Wormloy's. Wu. T. WMjin and sslfc, of Now York, and H. C. V heeler and sslfo. of Pennsylvania, aro registered atthoEbbltt Houso. aotntson Hamilton, of Maryland, arrived In tho city lost evening, and secured apartment at tlio National. Mr.andMius.0. H. PorsnitxrKn, of Ohio; P. K. Polndoxtcr, New York, E. IL Allen, Massachusetts; E. 0. Mason, Chicago, and W. II. Vrcdctiburgli, New Orleans, oro among the guests At the Arling ton. K. C. IlunoAmi, of Chicago; T). S. Lono, rcnnsyl- wnnlai II W tl .... ,UIt. f.M ll..i V 11 Tvlavniwl hl. , .VUI.UU1I1, lU,V .',11;. .. . - J - " altlniorc; James Elvcnon, lVniuylvania; 11. A. 8. Martin, New York, and C. W Cecil and lady, Virginia, arrived at W lllard's yesterday. . 11. lUvms, New York: Mrs. 8. Stacey and fnmllv. Supa. .Mnltw W. linUvntwl wlfn. llaltlinoro. in .iHi ; a. west anu wire. Lynciioun;, o uuu ...:- :.:-. v .-- -. ' .. , tmiliiitirir x. n E. II. Houghton and wlfo. I'ltubure, Pa., wero among the arrivals at the bt. James esterday, It. C. Keke, of St. Louis; llonjamln O. filoycr, Now York; IXA.UIIIctt. I'cntisjltanla: C, H. liar man, Virginia; F. Copcland and wiro. Iioston: J U. Dor, Now York; Mr. and Mrs. tl. A. Fry. Now prV: KM. L Eiigle. Florida, and J. L. Cooley.Nuw York, arc stopping at thu Itlggs lloosc. rOLlTlCAI. sows. CiiF.tr nhlky and tobacco ore to bo ono of tho foundations urnn which Democracy proposo to build and perpetuate their dynasty. Et-Skvatoii Miurn, of tho numerous Initials, ofClcorgln, rejoices that no old Whigs aro caught "In the trouble around the Capital." Henry Clay Dlax has resigned the offlce of Im migration Commissioner of Missouri becauso the appropriation Is too small Tor tho u ork to bo done. ANuticleofMr.Loug, Republican candidate for Governor of Ma.isacliusotU, Iso Democratic member-elect of the Maine legislature from Aroostook County, OrroMTiON among Republicans In Now York to XIr. Cornell for Oovomor has been narroed down to George William Curtis and a blunt stick to scratch with. A Mwiipirn correspondent of tlio San rranclsco Chronicle says thcro aro only In omen who can get the negro vote ot tho South, and theso to aro Grunt and Sherman. Hos. CiuiiLrs J. Notes, of Iioston, who has Jurt rctumcdfromatrlp We6t,mndoon account of his lie.iltli, will tko thu stump In behalf of Hon. John V. Long m i till it a few das. A SAVLviiVJivlias been thwarted In his effort to gctsomelhuigpolltlral and olllclal to do In Dela ware, and tho family threaten to fenco In tho Slato and put up anil trespass notices. The I-ouhvlllo Ojurcr-Jotirnal says: "Wllliln thcliutslx moutlis thcro have coino to us at least a hundred letters proposing Kn lco In Mr. '1 lldcn'fl lutcreit uf one sort and another, for money." The Iioston lkraltt xajs that reports from manu facturing touiislu Miuaiuliu-ttts where last fall the Holler mocmcnt fairly lioomcd among tho llrly i orUng idlo or halfemploed wiiruiigmeii, Indicate that tho Republican ticket will make heavy gains. Mn. Xi:ion Baki.ii. a nrotnlnont Iowa tlriwii backer, and one of their moKt ctliH-tlo sttfAkrra. Jiascome buck to the Republican party because tlio I ureenbackersliuso Micrlliccd principle to policy. una nc in unwilling to ueeomo a 1001 oi tuo rcDci Democratic pirty. Jlumlly Cm tain, Albany Journal. The election of Mr. Cornell is ius morally certain as anything lit the future can be. llio Line or Unttlc. Albany Journal. With Maine and California ut tho extremes, and rew lone ami umo at tno centre, the Republican battle lino will be Irresistible. Occasionally Out of Sight, Cincinnati Commercial. David Da- Is' orbit carries lilm out of sight of his fellow men occasionally. He docs not apjiear as a luminous body in tlio jiolitlcal sky nt this time. Troubling the Democracy, New York Freeman.J President Hares' speeches In tho Vcit are troub ling the Democracy almost as much as did his .cti)cs, and the latter came very near killing their parly. To i:se ipi tlio Shotgun. Vlcksburg Herald (Dan.) To cscapo being called a Radical In Oils State ono must swear by Slato Rights mid nppimo bull dozing and fraud. That is the point thu llourbons hare reached. Hiding a Nick Jncltass. Cliicago Intcr-Occan.l Tho party riding a sick Jackass, pictured In Harper' ' II rcWjr, and marked "Oo ns you please," Is supposed to represent "a Young Republican," of New York, out skirmishing for scratches. Du. Hull's Cough Sjrup Is particularly recom mended lor children. It cures coughs, colds, croup, foru throat and svlioopiug-cougli. Is pleasant to tho taste and acts like a charm. I 'rice, Zi cenw. mr.i). EVANS. On Tbumlay, October 1, 1870, Mrs. Anna Evank. In her lOih year. friends are respectfullj Invltcsl to attend her fu neral on 8 ituril y, tlio ihth, ut J.3U p m , Irnmher lata residence, 1621 Mailison slrtet, bitssteu 1" nud Q and Mxteeiilh mjd Kosenlei.nth mrecfOiorlliwcni. tiOIIIIAM October is, isni, atlu. ni.Jtrs bALiv A. Uouiui, llu of A. 8. Uorlmin, of Ueorgetown, D. Funeral ulll take place from the rcsHtnco of her brntlier-ln law, enera John s. Crocker, liltillhudn lbbuid aseuue, Friday, October 17, at i p m, UALKI. At 1-Aklugton," on Vedne.tduy, Octolwr 15, 1S79, at S 1 1 o'clocic ti m., In the 81l year of her ?, Jlrn.a Julian it. Ualiu, ssldow orthttlate Jo&oijIi Gaits, Etui r unerat from her lata rosldenco, on Pst unlay, ISth, alSp. m. L'urrlaget will be Installing lUBU Jolin's church at 1 o'clock. HKNltY IilfiK'H 80NS, UIT 3D 33 lEUTAJg. 33 3LS. 1X1 1'ENNbYI.VANIA AVJ:KUE N. . iiraneli OfUeen Z801 I'cuosylTania avenue 8. E, nrancu unices. tJH Uui uld nr a w mcl1 JOHN R. WRIGHT, TJiT3D33ZsL'3:.3S:3i33 J33" TEKVU .SIllJUKT X, W. Beildeuoeon the premises. JylO-Bm JA8. V. HARVEY. THO. JL MAR1IN. Ja.s. IT. Ilurvcy & Co., UNDERTAKERS, No. 730 hovvntli stroot iiortlisvest. ReslJenco on tiio premises. JcIO Cm W. R. SPEARE, TJ IT 3D 33 "R, T J 321 33 E, , 940 F Stroot Northwost. Uto rytli Ins atrlctlj 11 mt clnsM mul uu the inot rjonnhlotrini. (o)0 1 1ST O? 33 3H. 3EI i3 T X ISTGr -TO- PROPERTY OWNERS, The D sitlct t'ouiuiisaionershuvlngdoiermlncd to re vise and adjust the eaHessmentt for street work com- meace-tln ls?jnndis;i, undrr tho administration of Mayor En ery.btitcompUtMlitnilertboItoaiUofl'utjllo Works, Isrooldreiipwtfnlly Ntll'IFYAI.L PIIOP KRTY OWNKKS Intertited, v, bo have entrusted tho management of their claims to my caro, that Ibuu Instituted tlahn lor Ihe tvvo-thirdauf Hie asstssinent overci,argd them, audi eiuest that all is ho base paid tills class of laita would forward to me I tit I r EECEIITED 'I AX IHLL'i FOR IOOTWAY CAR RIAOEWAY, SI'WEIIAfll!, AND FOR FAVINQ ALLES, Levied against their properly In 1071, to aid In the preparation uud settlement of their claims. WILLIAM DICKSON, 8K-5 I'OUK.ANH-A-IIAI.FHIHKKT, Abuse Coluinbla llullriing. pinceliouns 0o'co:ka. m loso'tlotkii m, ocOtf FALL AUD pfflB HATS. NOW READY, Dunlap & Co. - - Now York Stylos. Christy & Co. - - - London Stylos. 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QUININE l'ILIJJ,.c..SOLr) AT KXS redueod rotes at Couglilln's Temple Drug Btoro. corner r and Ninth streets n sv. foil KJ5THOMEOl,ATHIC MEDICINES OF KVK.nY trt kind. IIiitiiplin-)'sHeclltcs,Eitrct Wllch Hazel, Impetlul Orunutu and other food lor Inr.uiu alCoughllu's. son PJ3ST" MONEY TO LOAN V3& IN BOMS TO 8CIT ON WATCHES. DIAMONDS. JEWEIRY.ic; JP. WALIACH'S i,oax ovricc, 1417 rctiiisylvnnltt nvenuo iiorttisvostt Near WlllardBllqtel. marK iA.sun.vNci:. THE OLD RELIABLE HOME INSURANCE CO., TbeNaUogalDnloi Fins InsDranceCD. or WasHliisUm. CHARTERED BY CONQRESS IN IM7. Offlce No. 643 Louisiana Avenue, Insures all descriptions of Property, Real hud Per gonal, on tho most reasonable Urtna. GEO. W. R1GGS, SAMUEL BACON, rretldcnt. Vlca Tresldent. NOItLE I), I.AUNEIt, Secretary. Residence. No. HS7 I ttreit liorthweaL 0J3-eo3m TF YOU WANT TO BORROW MONEY AT 7 PER CENT. on sscll-located Real Estato; II you ssant RELIABLE FIRE INSURANCE, RELIABLE LIFE INSURANCE, Apply to Maurice Langhorne, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, osi a stm:j:t noiituwjcst. Bend htm n iostal card, and ho will call nt your resi dence sslthout trouble or attiiuniicu to you. I Insuio only hi tompanles of ttcUiiosvlcdged standing urd worth. Ry insuring srltb mo you can navo 6 ier cent, or i uur Fire und 10 per cent, or i our Lire luaurunce. Jy7-om I'yRyAcijs. rax;i:s. a-c. 313 SEVENTH STKEITT N. W. STOVES, FURNACES and RANGES IN GREAT VARIETY. Or THE LATEST PATTERNS AND STYLES. iim'Ainixa FJioJiFu.YA TTisxnrn to W. H. HARROVER, ttu20-tf S13 Seventh Street N. W. IF YOU WANT A FIRST-CLASS RANOE, COOK STOVE OR LATltOllE OO TO OKI). K. OARTItKI.L'H, 81S Keventh street, betsseett It and 1 northwest. Latrobes, riirnaritt and Itaugts repaired, llouso urnishlng Ooods and'ltuware. auj) I CA I.T, till! A TTr.NTION O F 1'A 11TIHH THAT Alt!! JIVlT.UIXa, Ah'lt WAX! COMIOIIT, 10 CALLAXJ) EX.IXIXKXX FURNACES AND RANGES Miroiti: l'UJtciiAsixa. it wir.r, vay. ESTIMATES CllEt:itVLhI.Y JFUlt XJSUED. WALTER D. WYVILL, atll 9 2m 4 3D l'E.VXA , A VE, X. IF. IXTKKIOR AltOIlXniEWIH. ENGLISH 0R00KERY, PLAIN AND DFXJORATED. 3?3fsL333SrOI3: OHIITJ, (JUT AXJ Vltr.SSEU OLASSWAUK, (1VT JJUtY, Vl.Al'lW H'AJIE AXE HOUSEMIMSIIING GOODS, All at the lowest prices, at 33:03133.33 &c OO.'S, 1313 V htltul, upp. I'.bbltt IIollMo. J7 31 "Aronnd lliefoifwitli Gen. Grant: THEIIlhlORV OF 'IRE TWO AMERICAH A tOMPLiriK I Yt I.OI'KDIA OF AMERICAN HlSiOllV, Wll'II A ClIROrsOLOUY 1HOM1.KTO "''' A. II STOCKMAN, (Otolm Corner Nmibkuulblreuls. "Around tho world with Gon. Grant." BiibscrlptlO'is r clved by Rev. W. H, FORT. I'll ajlulti ile.ii miplliuiuei uiilli A IF Ut fnir fl lull inrttir ' Ninth aud istrigui, .suAolm FllCESiEAIES ttyj-lasgy AMDflKMKJtTg -VTATIONAL THL'ATilE. UNCLE TOM. LAST THREE PERFORMANCES Or THE EVER POPULAR UNCLE 1 OM'S CABIN. BrrcuLl:sm.cr.Mr.ttT von Titr: Matinee. ., TO-NKHIT ATS, Mrs.o. t. Host ard, In her original character of TttlMV. HATIIItUAY MATlkEE Tn-mnrrnu afternoon at Z. On which tcciislon, for tho oeneiit or ladles nml riilldrcn, 'I IIMIMtlrKH NosyOtleansTroulMdours virgininuuaricuo nnd 1M Auxiluirln loo Colnrert .Men, Women and Children In thegtent 1'I-SNTATlOJf HuCNn. (For litis occasion only), a s.j..i in. SI CTNTW S4 CENTS SI OENTO. SATURDAY NHIlir-PARF.WELT. PBItroRM ANLE Of UNCLE TOJL MONDAY, OCT0ufai"3-THE TOURiars. piORD'S, 1'AJAMAB TO NIOHT. ELECTRIC SUCCESS. ELECTRIC SUCCESS. COMEDY, TRAaEDY7ROMANCl'. BALLET, IMZIEL'S OREATlio,jrON BUCCISIS. A PLAY WITHIN A I'LAY, niCRIEI.lNflARDATHAIlAlt REIINIIAT. DICKIE I.INOAItDAK HA HA II IIKIINIIAT. DKJKIKI.I.NOAHDAS HARAll IIKIINIIAT. WALLA WALLA, l'AJ,Mb,rAULandTINETTE, To bo preceded by the rharnih g larcc, cnlllled THE OAY I'ilUItN lit. Dont Forget tho Matlneo Saturday. ADMISSION, MCK.VTB FOR ALT. ADMIfeUION, 25 OICN IS l'OR ALL. MONDAY, OCT. M-Opertl A Mccarty's NovvOpcratlo buccesV'lllJTTONS," or Truey llliu' Wiu Uimii FRANKLIN HALL, CORNER SIXTH AND C STREETS N. W. a II. DAVIS Cupt. L. U. CUTLER......... .-.Manager .-.Utitkcholder ORAND VIKrY-JIlLI! souAiti: iii:i:l-anu-toi: iiaci: lOit ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS, .. . .. HF.TWI.gJI IL CLAY DOUOLAfeS AND 11. A. TORESMAN SATURDAY, OCTOREIl 18, I87J, Admlflon , ....2s, cents St eclsl Mcoiinuiodnllon for Indies. ocl6-si rpilEAlRU COMIQUIi MONDAY, OCT. 11, NKHITLY, AND TUESDAY AND 1RIDAY JIAT1NWJS. Ingagcmcnt of the Popular Tragedian, . .. . MIL K T, hTETHON. In his Nets-and Jlcnll'llc Aiuerlcau Drama, entitled KENT UL1C. OUR VARIETY STARS. ritstappcaranro or (.InrkoiuulVltsitrds, the Merry H Lss Counle: never nud Xlncflee. tbo Oreat Sonir and liana! 'learn: 1'rcd Iluber, Ihe Original Oyttr-can Moke; DeWItt Cook, tlio King ofcinos: Kitty Allyne, Ihe 1'opulnr Vocalist; Lun (lurdou, the Oreat Vocullst nud Actroui, aim our tlroat Stock Company. Two alums In one. siE.A.i'oasr HALL, Corner Ninth nml I) Streets Nortltssest. Billiards, ..... 40 CouU Per Hour. TA11U2J REI'ITTEDI 11AR RESIOCKUDI AiTSserythIiig in Mrst-class stylet octl M. D. BCAN1XIN. Proprietor. Oltl No No.1 tl. J ON r.XHIItlTlON AND BALE AT Now No. 480 O-iO St. u. si 71h MARKKITr.K'N FREE ART OALLERY AND STORE. No. KO E Otrect Northss est. Choice Oil Paintings. Engrns lugs, Chromes, Ac. Also the larrcsl atock of 1'atierhanKhigs, Window Shudea, Pictures, I'ramt a, Picturo C't rtla ntid'laMels, IthiKS, Nails, Ao., In the DlstrlcU 'TERMS CASH. Please remember name and number. je28-tf KXCOnSIOrVS, yiCSlVH, Ac. NEXT VaTURDAY NIGHT, AFTER RUSINESS IS OVER, THE STEAMER GEORGE LEARY Will losvo her wharf nt II 30 o'clock for CONE RIVER, VA., Arriving there bunday morning at 8 o'clock, and ro loalning seven liours. A BIG OYSTER ROAST Wllt taVo plaoe on Col. Sam Strong's plantation freo loall. lhrco hundred bushels ot oysters will bo roasted nnd served tip svlth all tho llxlngs In "Old Virginia Stylo." Gunning, Boating and Fishing On one of tho prettiest rivers In Virginia, can bo In dulged In. 3-TAKI3 YOUH FAMILY WITH YOIJ.-E& Tbe steamer arrives back In Washington Sunday night at 10: JO o'clock sharp. No Improper characters will bo admitted on thu bo it under any circumstances. RHINO ALONO A FORK. Tickets. (1 41, Children ball price. Staterooms, Rertbs and Meals enn be procured on tho bout. MANAOEIWl HEHRY A.'HllrOV. VI ARKHCK M. lUUTOX, ClIAIIUS O. IlAUlLTON, OC13CI I Blur, Critic lU'.AI, estate ai:kts. GREATEST BA1KIAIN EVER OFFERED IN HI.'AL ESTATE. Ono thousand Forms fur sale or oxchango IbrCtty Piopertv. Home very tlesirublo I arming I.nudslu tJalltonila to trado lor Pruiarlles litre. Also Uty Property on long time. Oilleo hours trnm 7 to 7. WM. H. MAIN .fcJIKO, QC7 125 Pennsylvania avenuo nortnts-est, IP YOU WISH TO RENT. IP YOU DESIRE TO BUY, IF YOU ARE ANXIOUS TO SELL, IF YOU WANT TO EXCHANGE, C3-IV33 TTS.A. GJTjUj. We navoevtrftl well lomted KoiiRea for Pftto fit ex- trcmelyluw jirlc; also Houses, Lom und Country riacea for sale or oxcliauee on eiwy lernifl. J. P. RYON & CO., 719 D St. N. W. oc3-f,m,w(in MONKY to Loan on Real Katnte, In any aifit re quired, lit 7 per cent. J 11 LAW Vh.lt, deuler In Heal it tate, BIO I t. oefi-Sw a:Ea::R.isx:M:.A.asr sa ao., No. 710 II it net northwest, REAL R&TATI! RROKRRS AND OUNRRAL COLLECTION AGENTS. JeMf MONEY TO LOAN. j. .a.. asrioKCOLsoasr, RIIAL KSI'ATE BROKER. CIS Sl.Viaj I'll bTREKT NoitrnwnsT, Houses and lots for salo In all parts or tlie city Honey to loan im real estate. jeG-tr HOME NUPI'EIES. JOHN K. UEIiJLY, Dealer In llrst-closs rrff BEEF. LAMB, YEAL. MUTTON. &C. COHXEli JIEEF A SI'ECZAT.TY. Btalls ius. es, and CJ), Ontro Market. Nlnlli street wing, aud 3J0 aud fa, Northern I Iberty Market, or ad dreaa llox 71, Uty 1'ufcUOIlitu Marketing delivered reuotcliargu tonll pails ol ilia city. Jelaif ITKLIX UKHFOKSK'B FUKNVil IIAKKKY. (EnUbllshod ItM.) X YEAR0 OP INCRKAHINO BCCCEa.1. I'EI.IX IHitOHfiE, thosvtll kuoivD and only real 1 tench baker In Wash ingtou (fermerly of Nineteenth strtet), hanpermau eutly locmed at No. 2jII 11 street, botsvecn T weutleth aiidTweiity.nrat streets, mar Pennsylvania nvmue, where he contlnuis. fin herttolore. to mako Trench and American brtailorthovtry btstouallty. Vrench bread a specialty. Vienna rolls to order. N. IL Vrench llread la recommended far persons of delicate health, eapeclally lor those sullenug frum dysneimla. lleware of Imitations. initrtl-tr U'OOII AMI COAL. GOAL. WOOO. JOHNSON BROTHERS. WOOD. TELEPHONIC CONNECTIONS). COAL. iui.1, svi.mirr. COAU RIMI'QUALIIY, WOOtt UIW I'HICI-S WOOD. PRO.M1T IlhLlVERins. COAI Main ofllre, svharvis, mill, und depot connected with uptown tilllceH b) 'IKLbl'llONE. With tineouuled lacllltlia and uds'iiuiavea for eco nomlenllyionducllui Iho WOOD and IOAL TRADE, whiirvts, laclury, exit utilve slum yards, innhlliigugtn ato k up largely ssheu coal Lslowe I, ollltiii Ihruugh out the city, anil all hi Immidlatecouimunlcullou.ln. surlng irompt allent'ou to ordi rs. ss o are prepared 10 oiler lo our jiatrons the best varlellmofto.il at the v-ry lowest prires, ReiutmtMr, ssh Inaure is strictly pure coal ot 2,210 pounds to thu ton. Johnson into runts, MaluOnlcc, Mill, and Rt-put, loot orTwolflli.Thlr leeiilh, uud E streets aouihwrent. l.sfi I'siiulI noitliweat. OlTTCMi JylOtf Hi: Ninth airett nortlissest. IIISHosiiiilh street noribuist. 211 Peunayltuuluuvriiue southeast. THE SHII'II k EGGE MAN0F>UR1NQ CO., LOCK IIOX I70J, RltllKlEPORT.CONN., MauulacturcrsoftpeclallUs Iu Li,ht Ilardwaio and Metallic Ooods KriitrallyjOuveruinent and (Hunt Pud. locks, eew lug Slut blue Iajuhi, I'lauo IkU, Organ 1.IIIKS, me uuiwuiutKuiiy iiiujusiiaut nusii uiihiii, BU perlnr to evtry olher aud sery iiiuuti chtuner, No special pulley required. 'Ihobuillh AlguMunulau luring Co alMigivut apeduiutleiitiou to ihe nuking ol tbitniattsfor tho cost of thu maiiufattiiro of pat enlcil Inventions and all Ihe nectssiry louls, and the inunnracturliigof Iheaiiuioon rojully. All conimu utcullgas treated (.onUdeutlally, oclegiim THE BEST STYLES -AND- FINEST QUALITY -or- 1 II k IIII MS - ron ings, Trouserings Soil ALL TO RE CAREFULLY CUT RY (UNQUESTIONARLY) THE REST CUTTF.RH IN THIS CITY TUIMMI.DANDMAIU.IN A HUIT.RIiAND M01I' CltEIIITAUI.K MANNFII. AND KOLII Al TIIH ItlPULAIt I)W CAHII PRICES ESI'AIU.ISHICI) AND MAINTAINED JJY THE RELIARLE AND IN EVERY WAY FIRST-CLASS TAILORINO 1IOOSK OF JOHN M. KEELER, 1111 Penna. Ave. H. D. BARR, Manager (lato Kelly & Barr). ci,oTuiy. 3ST3E3 "V7" & T O O 33 l'ALT. AND WINTICIl OLOTECHSTC3-. An All.Wnnl hult for ioro An AII-WoiilRnltrur An All-Wool Drew Suit An All-Wool Cheviot Hnlt . An All-Wncl dies lot Suit All-Wool Ciaslmere l'aula IS 0(1 10 00 12 00 2 IS) 11ns n s liool Hulls rrnin (2 M lip I'linn trnn la urn ntaitn tiv nnn nf thn best manuruc- hirers lit tlio country, outl etptnl to any merchant tailor's goods, ss ell mudo up und shrunK. J. W. SELBY'S, 1914-1916 Pa. Avo. 921 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. SEW YORK MIIING IB, WE GUARANTEE EVERY SALE. Only reliable Clothing sold at this cstabllsmcnt. All goods has e the prices marked on them lu plain fig ures. Our stock Is nil new. No sho-ssorn or moth eaten garments to dispose of. Open (rem 7 a. m. to 8 p. m. Always Killing to show our goods. Don't buy unless s on are suited. MR. WM. HART haschargo of our Tailoring De partment. Respectfully, WM. WALL & CO. FAU OI'ffiSAB ASI) ULSTERS, FALL BUSINESS SUITS AND BOYS' CLOTHING FOR ALL AOES, AT 0UB USUAL LOW PEICES FOE CASH NOAH WALKER & CO., TAILORS' AND CLOTHIERS, 625 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. FALL STYLES The Nobby Goods of Washington. Geo.T.Keen 414 Ninth Street. r KOl'OS.1 EH. T3R0V03ALS TOR IRON STAIRS. Ofvickof StjeKnviHtNo AnciriTtcT Tur-ShUHV DM'AItTStKVT, Washinotow, D. a. Oct. I), 1879. Sealed proposals svltl be received at this olllco until 12 iu. on (ho anh day of October, 1S7U, for furnishing, delivering, titling and putting lu place complete, tbo Iron btidrs required for tho building fo the llureau of Kncrtvlngund Priming, at WitBiilngton.D. O. In accordanco with drawings nud specltlea(lous,ciples uf which, and any additional Information, may bo had on application ut this olllco or tlio oillce of the Su perintendent. JAD U. Itli.Li. oclo-eo3t Hnpervlslug Architect. Viilt THE EADIEN. THE LATEST FALL AND WINTER STYilSS OV MILLINBilY. 3VTRS. C. 7 SMITH, (118 Ninth St. northss-est, op. I'ntant Olllco. A TOLL STOCK OP THE I.ATH9TN0VELTII.S. 1'RACllOALAND E1TICIKNT AUVU'EOlVIiN ltHtTRIMMlNO AND IlrMOUhLINO TO HUIT TIMIiS. PUR.SICH AND TASTUS. CALL WII'U OUT 1 EAR Of tllVINO 1 ROUHLH. 007 FALL OrE32STiniTC3- OK RONNETa, ClAlAKS, SUITS, I'UR-LINUD CIR CUIARS, MlhSUS' CLOAKH, I'RENCH UNDLll. O-UIMENDS, 1. II 1' O. P. AND THOMPHON roltSKTH, KI.ANNEI. IttllllB DE t'HAMllRK. DUlXjlltlMMINO'S.LADII'X' LMRItUIDEIIEI) HOSE, KMIIROUIIRtrU VI'hTM MADE 'IO Oltlll.lt IN AI.LCOMUINA'IIONH TIIK"TTII', fOUHSK" KID OLOVE-OUAHANIRED RES1' ERENC1I llAKll Tlie "Willliin" S-Ilulton Kid Clove, (lOc. im:. w-ixjTjIait, (107 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, 7 CITE TREVIHE, l'AIHH. scli IIOOKH AM) HTATION'EICY. NEW BOOKS. THE INI'LUENCE Ol" JESUS, by Rov. riilllp llronka f I 'is. TIIK 1,11 EANDWORKOr HI'. I'AUL. by Cannon Fitrrar, Sii. the HtiNitmi: kinoiiomi oh, lite and hCI.NI'H IN JAPAN. JILUE n.Ad AND ClXiril OF OOLD, by Anna Warner. PLVAHANT WAYS INHCTIWCK, by IL A. l'ri cter. '1 HE EXPLORATION 01' '1 HE WORLD, by Jules Virne. Now edition of D'AIMHONE'H HIHTORY Ol' THIS RL1 ORM A'l ION a vols-rtduced from 113 to I. WM. BALLANTYNE & SON,' 10 0-tf IM HBVKNTII Hl'RLET N. W. JUST RECEIVED. A new stoctc of Pocket books, Ironi Uconts to 111). Plating Cants, Irmn Mfenis to tl.50 per puck, l'uiier and Euvilopu, In buses, hum lu tents to 13.10 ior box. . .... tllass Vases, Inkslnnda Pen Rocks-mado of ullvo wotxl very haudtouiu Cliromas, 1 rumts, l-wil, Ju,, NEWlOOKS, OUu'h U. B HuprcMiie Court Itcports ol. 8, Ahbull'M iiw iHcllonary-X u IT. H. HtutuU-H nt J.nriro vol. 'M. Hmril'H Crlmlml l'leiulliiifnHtuil Mil's seilH. itlculow mi Jiiulty blUsJeut'tt surlc4. Moundyntj, by J no. Ji. O'Hclll, HUnld. hv II I). Jnici AlltlieSVA-MMltUJIOOICH.LAW nuil ULiCElV LANhUUb.uuliauU. W. H. & O. H. MORRISON'S, LAW IIOOKHELLEIW AND STATIONERS, aepl No. 175 fniiiiarlvuiilii uvuitiio n. sv. SPLENDID HUE OF LOW-PRICED GAS FIXTURES GREAT REDUCl ION IN PRICEH. Will Meet all lempaillurH with tho Rest Ouudsonercd IiiIIiUlIiv, CALL AND EXAMINE THE O00DB. I VIPIEEMIi Ml' tUJIltOHAN ilUILDTNOJ. ocl Cut E, Hi UUOO Ub. - and Overcoatings, DENTISTS. J55wv5-J,NkCy abbow atton. no. 211 HPiilTl.k lour-nd-a-hnlr street, " n ' art. nrsnnrtlinrpnii.vl- venta avenue. l.. 1 UACT TrrrH UNDER NI TROUS OXIDE, WI rilOUTl'AIN, forll fach tootln sslthout gas, w cenls each tooth. AllTIMOlAL '1 i:i;tJI,7 iHTtet. Cold and Amalgam F1LLIM1S Inserted. All svork ssarranteil llrst-clasa. lir. K. V. HOVVLAND has odmlulsurcd Nitrous Otldfllonvcr2s.onopcrHona. jt.s ly DHlTTISTIsLir. I have fitted up. svlili special reference to Dentistry, thu pleasnntnudceiitrnll-lH4tled rooms, No Tlii'ou r tecnlh street, corner Ntsv York iivcune. svbore I am prepared to perform all opirntlons on tho numm! teeth sslthcttrennd satisfaction. Artificial teeth or every kind and grade Inserted. MlrousOxIde for the uilracllon of teeth, SI. Threu liuca of cars pass tlie duur. IK. M. N. RKOIVX. JyMr GEORGE B. WELCH, DBHTIST, 210 Foiir-niitl-n-IIitlf Htrcol. Dentistry In all Its branches. Ten years' ptrfej succeas with NITROl'S OXIDE OAH. licit TItAYEEEItS' GUIDF. B AI.TIMOH12 AND OHIO RAILROAD. Tlio Oreat Double-Traelc NATIONAL ROUTE AND SHORT LINE in Hi- NOltni. NORTIIWIWr. WEST, AND SOUTU- WIST. To tako effect BUNDAY, MAY IS, IK'J, AT I'M A. M. A.st. Leave Washington t (,05-tNEW YOUR, PHILADELPHIA, AND BOS TON EXPEl&M. Elllcou City. On Sundays to Daltlruore only. Stops at Shipley's, Laurel, An napolis Junction, Jeasiip'a, Hanover, Klk Ridge, and Mount Wlnans. Rreaklastat Relay Station. CS0 Baltimore, Annapolis, and Way. (I'kdmont, Slrnsburg, Wlncliesler, llagerston, Irederlck, and Way, via Relay.) a-OO-IUALriMOItli. AND LAUREL EXI'RnSS. 8.10 l'olnt of Rocks, l'ledmoiit, straaburg, Winches ter. Hagerstnvvn, and Way Stations. SsW-NEVr YtlltK, PHILADELPHIA ROSTON. AND BALTIMORE EXPRLHiS. l'arlor t'r to New York and Philadelphia. e.M-tsr. louis. ciiiCAtio, columiius, and I'lTTSUURO KXl'lthHH. Frederick, Ilacem town, and Valley llrauch (except Sunday), llirough car to btauuton. ruuuiun Curs to Cin cinnati dally. Oration to Bandusky dally, except Saturday. tKX (On Sunday only Baltimore, Annapolis, and 10.00-RALTIMORE EXPRESS. Stops at Rladons burg, College, lleltas tile. Laurel, Annapolis Juuo tiun, Jessup s, and Hanover. r.w. 12.10 Baltimore, Annapolis, Elllcott city, and Way. 1.J0-NEW YORK, pllLADELI'HIA, AMI BOS TON EXi'HEUS. Stop at Laurel. 1 is (On Sunday only Baltimore aud Way. &30 Baltimore and Way Slalluns. ISOllALriMOUE, BLADENHBURO, ANITLAU RLL KXl'JtKSS. Irederlck, via Relay. Slops at Annaputl Junctlnu. 4.55 t Point ot lloeks, Kredorlclc, llagerstown, Win cliester, and Way Statluus. On Sunday to l'olnt if ltocks and Way statlous only. 40 tllaltlmore, AlmaiiolU, and Way Stations. 6.J0-tl'HII.AI)ELl'HlA, NOltrOLK. AND BAL TbtORIC EXPRESS Norfolk, except Sunday. Norfolk poascngera taken lu tho cars direct to boat at Canton stops at Bladensourgand Laurel-C.S0-Point of Rocks and WayStaUuns. 7.00 tllaltltnure and Way Stations. SIO-tBALTlMORLeLXl'RLtiU. Ellioull Oty, Via Relay. 8.16-tCIHCAOO, COLUMBUS, AND PITTSllURO TKI'ltKbH. Hieep'ugcartoChhttgo, l'ltlsburg, except Sunday. lo-lS-tNLW YORK,I'HILADELVHIA, AND llAIj TLUORK EXPRESS, btojisat lliadeiiiburg and Laurel. Bleepluecar to New York, and special sleeping car lu 1'hlladelohia. II 00-lbT. LOUIS AND CINCINNATI EXPRESS. . Pullman cars. , IDally. JSunday only. Other trains dally, except Sunday. AUttalnsstopat Relay Station, lor turlher lulorniallnn apply at the Baltimore and Ohio ticket odlcm Washioinslou Station, aud UXI. CW. and IUS Pennsylvania as'enuesvheru orders will ba taken for lloggage lo be checked and received al any point In thurify? W. M. CLEMEN IB. Master of T runiporlutluu. I- M. COLE, General 'lick it Agentl tlEO a. KOONI". .ueneral Akint. 1879 Q RE AT 1879 PKNNHYLVANIA ROUTE TO THE NORTH, WEST, AND SOUl'ltWEST. UOUllLi; TUACK,HTH.EL RAILS, SPLENDID SCENERY, MAUNIFICENr EQUIP MENT. IN KM" OT J UNE M. 1871 TRAINS LEAVE WABIIINU1QN from Depot, cor ner ofsixth and B streets, tut follows: For 1'ituburg and the West, 10-J0 a. in. dally, with l'arlor Car to l'ltlaburg und sleeping cms frum l'ltlsburg to Cincinnati, St. Louis, and Chicago; 7 40ti. m. daliy with Palace Car toClilcaKO. BALTIMORE AND POIOM AO RAILROAD. Tor Canandalgua. Uochester, Buiralo, NlagAta 1 alls, and tbo North at tatn. m. dally, except Huniiiiy; T.to p. m. rially.oxcept Saturday, with I'alacu Cars to Canandalgua. For Wllllamsport, Iick Hasen, and Watklns, at 10 10 a, m. dally, exconl Sunday. For New York and tlie East, 1 30 p. in. dally, t xiept Suidar,and 10-15 n, in. dally, tsithl'alace Cars at tached. Limited Exprtwsofl'ullmanl'arlorCars, 9-J0 a m. dally, except Sunday. lor Brooklyn, New YorK, all tnruugn tralus coiineet at Jersey City Hlthbosts or "Brooklyn Annox," affonllng direct transfer to Pulton street, avoid ing double furrlsgo uud journey across Nuw York ror Philadelphia, 8 33 n, m. and 1 30 p. in. dally, oicepl Miuduy; 6 30, and 1013 p. m dally. Llut Hod Express u-30 a. m, daily, except Bunday. Tor Baltimore, 0 .0, a 35, 6 w a. in. and 1- to, 4 10, 4.3) p, m., dally, except Sunday I 10 30 a. in.. 1 30. 7:10. and lftlJ p. m. dally. For Pope's Creek Line, 0 20 a. m. aud 4i0 p. in. dally, except Hunduy. . ,, For Annapolis, e 20 a. m. and 4,20 p. m. dally, except Sunday. ALEXANDRIA AND FRKDERICKHBURO RAIL. WAY ANDALEXAMDRIA AND WAHHINO- 'PON RAILROAD. For Alexandria. , 7.13, S, 8, 10. II a. m, and I 13, 3,4 20 6, ,7, and 1130 p. m. On Sunday, V a. in., 1.13, and 7 p. m. For Klcbinoud and tho South, O.M a. m. dally, aud 6 -o i. m dally, except Sunday. Trains leave Alexandria tor Washington, 6, 7 15, 8, V, 10, 11 a. in. and I, H, 4 J, 1. 0, 7, and 11 p. m. On Huuday nt a and 10 a. in. and u p. in. Tickets, Information, sloeplng ntid parlor-car ao couuiiinlations can bu procured at the otllces norlh eust corner or Thirteenth "trout and Pennsylvania avenue, northeast coraer ofsixth street and Pennsyl vania avonue, and at the depot, wbero urdnrs can be loft lor thaciiucklngofbaggage to dosllualluus Prom hotols and reflidoncts I. 1. FARM ICR, General Piuuenger Agent. FRANK THOUSUN.Ooneral Manaxnr. UOUKE-rUKMNlIIN'G dSUUUS. EW CARPET STOR Wo open to day one of tho largest and llne-st stocks of VELVET CAItJ'EIS, MOQVEVI'U CAlt J'J.IN, JlOEYIIllUMIELSuvX'rjI'EsrJtY Jilt USSELS CA It VETS, Hi 111 Jt OHUEttS XO MAI O II, 'l'JL'L"-;'Ll'aiia fXtlllAIX CAltVEIS,,1Al It and HA U, VEXIU'IAX V.lltl'l'AS.UlI. tV.OTIWiiiaUSYlilllis, LO XUMS and LI.VOLL'lJ.y, WITH HOll- ii:us uo Mai an, TOOKTHiB with a rotLimtor UVllOLSTLltYOOOUS, LACE VUUTAIXS, E UA I'EIU IIS, A (!., JtO, In placing this stock belore tho publlo wu do so con fldeotthstln varlet) ol styles and uuallly or goods our stock cannot be eurpisied by any houso of tho kind lu Ihu United States. MANY OF OUR CARPET PATTERNS AKU HTEOIAI.LY OUR OWN, And canuot be duplicated by any other houso In Washington, SINGLETON & HOEKE, KEEP'S BUILDING, 8oi Market Space, Cor. Eighth St. W. S. MITCHELL, Exteiislvo Dealer In HODIE-illlHKUllO MI GOODS, Caineilne. HattiBE. cartaiu. snaiieSi &t No. 813 Pennsylvania Avonue, jylQCm MAitKrr bpack. PsrnitT hl'lUt'sIlKUS. I'ROtlUAMMEH, AND V.' Kinds ob.al,.llnf,aniirjHi 1303 E suetl noriuwesl.