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The Evening Post.
O'OMAvrru, TTnblitr t'ot, llnblier Hoots nnd
Shoes llubbcr Hoiso Covet, Oil Clothing.
BOO Oth street, near I'mirnylvanla nvcuuo.
llouslitnn JB Uo. Snoclnl Notleo.
This prominent nrrt repriMrntntlvo bmlnoss
ptnblMirocnt ut 1218 ami 1U20 F ttrnet norm
wt. lolTrlnoxtra Inducement fortnoncit
tlilrtr day. In parlor nnrt bod-room fitrnlttiic,
IkWos. cabinets, etc Alto In carpels. r;i.s,
liamoclts, etc. A cruiid display ot ilrnpciy, lnco
cuttnlnt anil evcrv ilais of Roods In thnr line,
to all of whluh they call cpeclal attont on.
Their capacious balcony around their first floor
rontnlns nn clcpant lino of rocking choirs,
t b 1. sertens. butnlxHi work, etc , all of
which would mnko suitable presents for tlio
holidays, and for wh'ch special prices will bo
made and ncccpted In trust until called for.
John lludden's Installment houses, which nro
centrally loejted at t)J0 and 0J2 Huventb street
northwett, Mho plucoto buy jour houoko'p
Incouttlts. He has the larcct slock of stoves.
cnts, furniture, etc., that ho has ever Kept,
ami Is dolus an lmmcni.o biislnoi by selling
thna atenih price on the In'tallmcnt plan on
easy weekly or monthly payments.
It Istho lle.t.
Ask for It, Fcliiltfc' Milwaukee Laccr Beer.
For salo by nil lcudlnj: houw.
Mr. ilnscph II. rishe,
formerly In tlio tlt.s marhlno business on
Oth street, will bo ilcaed to sco his friends
nt tho Domestlo bowiiM Mathlnoorticc, corner
7th and lists. U. Aucrbai.il. soloasrcnt.
Itnznra honed and dog collars engraved free.
1). J. VVAtvnnii,
1S7 IM avc. and 033 F htrcet.
Dry and Sweet Catawba, SI liorcallon.
Joseph 1). Donnelly, 14tfinnd 1 street n w.
Is Your Property Insured ?
If not, consult OcntET Ilros., 1310 r st. n. w.
Koiel's ncstnumnt, 1827 1 1th st. n. w.
MfhuipiI Orslns arc hnvlnjr a blir run at
Gtoniii: KozclV, 1827 1 Itli 6trcet northwest.
l'ussell's Family Cafe, 1 127 If. Y. Ave.
l'or AYushliiKton I)resed lleof
to to John 11. Kellv. stalls Ul. (5 21) and 03(1
Centre Market and 200 and 208 N'orthcrit Lib
ert j. Corned beef a sjieclaUy.
Ladles' Hoyal Kid IJntton, Common eno
and Opera Tne.wlth l'ateiit-I.cathcrTlps,83.fiU.
OiiiiiiLLi.'s, 000 seventh ttrcot.
Georc Kool makes a specialty of bis res
aura nt for ladles. 1827 11th street.
Tliratcr-Boeis should call and eetastownt
ojltrnatunoROE huzn,'s, 1B27 inn street, uc
forc roIiib home
Aldrniy Dairy Wagons'
1'resh Alderuey butter, churned eery morn
Ins and dellx red In ii lb "Ward" prints, -10c.
per Hi. Alo cotta.'O chee-e, buttermilk und
knectmllk, c. Dcnit, Cruuni lSc.pcriit.
CTIY XKWS I'AUAfll'.AI'HS.
Mile, l'miriionimc N lyliisr boilouMv
ill nt. Cmficlil Ilopitnl with nervous
John Krcmi', John Turner nml T).m
Irl r. Kohritson jiMcnlny incorporated
thu IJock Cir-'lv SociuK of Georgetown.
Mis Jelo C. Acktrman, ono ot the
most cllleiciit V. C. T. V. woilter", left
j rsteitluy for in L'Ntvmlcd trip in the
Uciit. Am!, of the Titbt. Pre
cinct, wi: tnUcii ill jesieKluy with nn
nlt.ick of vertigo nuil hud lo be lcmovcd
to his horn".
The iimount of money whicli 1ms
come into the IkiikIs of the cxcctitors of
Gen. .Sheridan is SiJ,"oi, nccordiiif: to uu
inventory tiled with tlie rcgltitcr of wills
Mr. Thom.is A. McLuimhlin, lilty
je.trs it cilicn or the Uitiiut of Coluni
bi.i, died ThuiMluy, nged seventy-imc
voiii-s. lie luis been u prominent builder
and enrpcuter mid liclore the vrnv wis
ot the him or Mcliut,'hliu A; WUson.
, Uy the will of the Into lloi.ico S.
Johnston lllcil YCHtciilny, lijs bons,
'iliursloii II. mid Wullor A. Johnston, re
ceio his duelling lioiiso nnd Jot. ytter
the ioiingcst child comes ot urc tiio
real rstute mid u life insiiiuneo of j5.',ii00
is to be divided in the ratio of one-tliitd
to his wife und two-thiids to his cliildien.
About two bundled memhert, ot the
l'lute 1'rinteiV Union l.tst niKlit held n
iMtudc I'-eiiitijiK to tlio Sixth Miret
htelion K. '- .lordmi. the deh",".U" from
IJihttiit Arscmhlv OH, K. ot Ij. tj llio
(.eneuil iihsembly ot tholfnishu ot Luhor,
wliich uievls on tho 1 Jitli iastunt. lit
'i lie post-Rrodu.ites ot the Ltw Dc
lmrtmenl ol" ilia Ucorsetowii Uulvcrblty
Ilivo elfected n cl.iss ortrimlitlon with
the fiilhiwimi ollicctii; l'xx hldcut. Mr.
AlonoT. Ij-ikiiii, ot Austin. Tcx.ib: vicc
prcsldent. Mr. I'hillo it. Crow, of Ken
nn, Ohio; hpfiotiirr. Mr. J. A. Uutler,
District of Colunili'n: ticiurer, Mr.
1'iHiuN.l. O'Neill. U.stl'lct ot Columliin;
iniirsh.il. Mr. J.inies A. Jjiircomhe, I3h
ttiLt ol Cnliimlilii.
Tliohorduniustoruof II. 1. (illbcrt, 120S
Tblitj-hccoiid rctt. w js ntrrcil lant tilcht by
soino person, who ioiicu mo rear iiiuoiv
shuttir, nnd rll'id thec.ihh-ilrav.crof Its con
tents, about $1.70. Nothing clfu Whs found
iiiImIu;;. '1 his Is the third ur fouilh plncotli.il
has been entered by thkres llisiile of a coupjo
of mouths In this iieluhborhootl, 'Ihopollcu
do not think It Is the noli, of profenluual,
but that some boy Is doll ; it.
GeorjrctoHn Coumll, No. 'M, Ameilcaii
LcrIoii of Honor, was visited last nljrln by ilia
Grand Council of tho District of Columbia,
the decision bilnc the niinunl vIsKHlon.
tpccchcB were made by Grand Commander L,
J. Soiumernnd Gnind'SccrctaiyK. F. O'llrlen,
The boat HcuUh arrived 1 to-day with 1,000
bubhcls of whe.it. and tho scliooDcr I.WIe
l!.igan with L'JOO bushels of wheat consigned
to li. 1 uumop.
'Iho wheat in.irkct Is quiet, and wheat told
on 'change ntfrUOfoSl is.
Kicl.lcl 11. Frev, a life-long resident of
Georgetown, died last night at his residence,
lli)! Thirtieth street, in tlie fortWIrst jear of
bib age. .Mr. l'rey had been sick about six
wed.. 'Iho decensed was born In Georgetown
and followed the business ot carpenter and
'lenipcratun: and condition of water at 7
a.m.: (Jiejt I'jlls. temperature, CO; condi
tion, IK); rccelthig reservoir, temperature, GO;
condition nt norm connection, :U); condition at
couth cnuucitloii, M; distributing reurvolr,
temperature, CO; condition at Inllaeiit gate
boilbc, oil; coudltlon nt ellluent gal'i-bousu, W.
'Iho Amurli-iiii (iriillliologUts.
The American Oinllliolovlbt-s' Union
will hold Us silh unniiiil meeling in
tho lectin u hall ol tho Natiu11.1l Museuui
mi 'J'ttcMlny, Wednesday and 'Ihittsduy j
of 11CM week. 'J'he olllcets of the
I'liinii are; I'jvsldeut J. A. Allen: vice
iiieMdcnt, Dr. Klllot toucH and Itobeit
Kidgway; secrctaiy, C. Unit. Meitiam:
iiiiiiur. YMI1I11111 Oulflier. Other mem
!irm of the council mo William DiewMet,
Muiittiguo Chambeilalu, Charles II. Cory,
D.inli'l C. i-lliot, lleniy W. Ileiislmw,
Ufu. N. Ijiwiuihu and Leoiiaid Stcjne
B'ir. Its honoiary inembers eiiibiaco tho
names of the most distinguished men in
that brunch ol science, Midi as I'jnf, J.
V. I!.ubon (III l!o cage, ot thu Hoyal
Museum, Lisbon, l'ounipil; Dr. Herr
mann von JUimetster, diictor Nation. il
vniM'iim, iiuenoa a.vics: tir. utto nnsrii,
llieuieii, Uetuiuiiv; I'lof. 'I l.omiih II.
Huxley, of London: J)c
Mil, Luit'crMty of Wins
J Jr. Y. lucunotv-
Itial ICstnto Traimfors,
.Mcnttlnglyrt ul Hxi'oaturs, etc., David L.
Morrison to Jllolmtl. I. GrlDlth,? 1,150, hublot 7,
I'lmrhsO. Uodfreyto Samuel Ilalth. SO.OOO,
lo t 1 11ml 'J, sipinm 1.IU1,
1 .11 urn S. Ilairbigtnu to llUaboth Thomas,
' 'i. 1 art lot If," "omire "So
H l.irk Wlialsn lobusan Whalcn, SWO, sublot
, Miuurn OHU,
KiiiJ K Lelgbton to John Iluolgttluppl,$l,800,
.t l.uwNioImUd JJOtsou, $U,I100, lot 'Jli,
.1 . l'ra'iklln 10 Mrs. fiithailno J, 1'iynn,
$1 fHtu, parr lot 111, niuurcjinu
Win, .vayso to .Ihmso L. hurim, JU.'J.'O, lots
40, 60 aim ., I'rofpsot Hill.
Orcant i'i per muntb,
l'lmioiiM per moulli.
F G. BiJiiu, l'."-'j reunfjlvanlft venue,
HEAL ESTATE! MATTERS.
Soino Post r.lectlon Gossip
UlllldlliC nnd Lanil.
Mr. II. 11. Wurner gives hl opinion of
the effect of tlio election upoti Vnshlng
ton real etnlc ns follows: " I think tho
coming in of a Itcpuhlicnn administra
tion will result in n most pronounced
benefit to tho gio'wth nnd prosjicrity of
this city. Tlio lltst evidences of a bene
lit to tho lcul Cbtnte market will rome
vcty .soon, and for this reason: There
nro several thousand people in Govern
ment employ hero who nro Hcpuhlleans
at heatt. but who have been keeping
very quiet during tlio latter part ot
this administration, und now they will
lmvo some degree, of hope nnd confidence,
und will proceed to invest money which
otherwise they would have kept. This
will freshen business up n lilt. Lntcr
on, there will bo nn infusion of out
side capital. Tlio moneyed men of tho
North and Kast who fnvor investments
In Washington will have more conlldcnco
in nu ndmlnlstrntion inspired nnd eon
trolled by business men In favor of the
development of American indtisttles,
lather than a policy devoted to contrac
tion. They will feel assured of liberal
improvements nt tho national cnpitul to
be mmlo by the new ixirty."
Work will be immediately begun on
o block of six lioitbcs on M street, ad
joining the subdivision of Trinidad.
Tlietc lmvo been sixteen houses built on
this tract, which hns lately taken tho
shape of a wcll-resuhitcd bubutb of
'lhe Commissioners linve recently en
couraged the development of the eastern
suburbs by grunting n few improvements,
such as tho extension of sidewalks of a
modest width on the " permit plan,"
which means that tho Government and
the iicoplo needing tho improvements
djvldo the cost of the same.
'lhe largest outlay for the buburbs east
of tlio city will be made on tho Pennsyl
vania avenuo extension through tho
Twining City subdivision, in wliich sev
eial hundred buitdlng lots have been
sold, nt fairly good prices, and on which
there will bo some houses erected next
heason. and it is claimed by the persons
Interested In tho suburban property In
the cistern section of the District tlitit
the tlmo is near nt hand when the high
pi Ire of land In the western suburbs will
drive ninny purchasers ca-stward. This
ptedlition has been realled to somo ex
be nurc h.iscrs of loth In "Irinulntr
au- given an opportunity that they ought
to Inslot ou In other new btmuriinn vil
lages. The lots nrc largo enough for
two good lioutus, and it Is well known
that every house in bucli a place makes
every other lot moro valuable, and by
owning the adjoining lot to his bouse,
tho investor prospers to it buiull extent
with the village which ho is helping to
uiako valuable. One of the features o(,
this tract is llolbrook Terrace, which
winds a luu nil tho highest elevation in
this section and affords u maguiliccut
view of the entire city.
The trustee oi tho Church of tho
Covenunt, to satisfy themselves nnd tho
public as to the btablllty or tlie wims
and all that portion of the structure left
iindistuibcd by the fall of the tower,
deemed it udvlsiblo to have the same
thoroughly examined by expeits. At
their tequest. Gen. T. Ij. Casey. Uiicf
of Engineers, U. S. A., and Mr. Ueinnrd
Greene, the engineer in chaigc of tlio
new Congressional Lilnnrr IJuilding,
kindly consented to make their investi
gation. Tho following is their rcpoit:
Washington . C, November 8, ldS8.
To tho Tisutees of tlio Chinch of tho
Covenant : At Iho icuucst of, your lloaid
wo have caiefully examined tho general
constitution and especially Iho condition
and Ktablllty of tho walls of tho church
edllko at tho corner ot r.lshlccnth and N
stirots". In this city. The wulls aro low and
third and have to cany but lit t lo moio than
tholr own weight became tho-gieater pait
of tho finished roof Is supiortcd upon In
dependent tmeses and iilllaw while Iho
uullnlslietl palt Is to lest chiefly upop. tho
n'jw west gablo and tower walls. Wo find
that tho walls, loot nnd floor, as they now
stand, and tlio woik as It Is now being
done, aits perfectly snfo and secure fur tho
pinpusc fur which thoy .uo Intended, and
that tho tower and adjoining walls aro
being icbullt In a thorough and wniltmau-
liko uiaiincr uiiiici' eaiuiiu supei vision.
TIIO3. LINCOLN CASHY,
Urtgadler-GcneMl and Chief of Knglnecis,
tr. R Armv.
HUlINAltD 1U GUr.l.N.
Tho old Spinguc uiausinn nt tlie north
west coiner ot Skth and U streets, north
west, is" undcigoing about 61,000 woith
of rciMlrs. preKiratory to be'ng oecu
11 U'd iiy tho Concoidlii Club us n club
house. The club has leased tho place
for live jenrh and will put in extensive
repairs and improvements'.
Aininid this old muiision cluster many
nvsoci.itions of tlio social life nt the enp
ilal in the period Horn 18(10 to IKIm. Tho
house was bought by Senator Siirague,
of lihoilo Island, and occupied by
Salmon P. Chase when he was Secretary
of tho Tieasury. Thero was haidlv an
evening but the spacious hulls and rooms
of the old mansion wcio ciowdcd with
the siiciul mid olllciul elite of Hint time
mid duy, and many were tho brilliant en
li'itainmenls given theie. It was in this
hnuso that Miss1 Kato Chase was mariicd,
w tilth allnir whs the social event of that
1 season. 'I he last notable social gathei-
ing in the big house was upon tlie ocvn
slon of tho marriage ot Miss Nettie
Chase to Mr. Iloyt. of the firm of llovt,
Simiguo it Co., New York. Alter Mr.
Chase's elevation lo tho Clilef-Justlce-
I ship he moved nvviiy fiom liete nnd oe-
1 c kll ,0sp 0 stlMt nist t(, v u
, mistoM!cnc,H, Ctesswcll's lesldence.
Of Lite vc.it thu SimiKiti.' Miinslon vvns.
I lf-ed as u boiirdins house, und now,
Mitlilii tho wulls. vvliero onco moved the
wits mill blight lielitu of AViisliliiKton
nucieiy, win ue nc.iru mu ciiiik oi ni'-se,
and the liilurinu chorus of tlie reveller,
nml in rooms ivliire grout nfliuis of stutii
h.ivu bicn dUciissril, stuid Germans will
pruvcly binoke tliclr pipes nnd nil; about
thu m.tilicts nml monies of the duy.
Mr. lVior McCiulnev, tlie builder, luis
just completed three liiinilnoinu premed-liricl-fiout
icshlcnces on l'ennsyhimln
iivi'.ime mur Tivcntv-fourth bticet. Tiny
wcio built lor lr. r V. Furicr, nnd con
tiiin nil modum Improvements. Thn In
teriors of tlio houses mo Jlnlhlieil In linrd
woods, linil lire he.iteil uy itirnuccK 'ihChe
huiisTK nro tniLu uinoriK n nttiriiicr or ir
cent liupiuvrmeutH to this section of tliu
Tills powilur hen r varies. A marvel ol purltr.
utmnclli nml vvliokkoincuew. Jloro ecotioioltal
tlmn iho ordinary klnilu, and cannot tie tola lu
lor.ipetltloii with the multitude of low tmt,
hliort-welKlit alum or pbonplmte powdeu. to!d
only hi taiu.
UOVAL IIAKINO POWUEH CO,
100 Wall atieet, Now York.
Tho repertory for Conuelln-llaillng at Al-
baugh's for tho week ot November 10 Is ns
follows: "I,a Jolo Fait l'eur," "I.cs I'rcclcusca
Ridicules." "I.e Maltre do .Forges,"
"1,'Aventurlcre," "l.es ourpnsrauu .nuivv,
'Frou-Krou," "Mile, do la Sclgllcre,"
"Cnmllle," "Don Cesar do Haran." Season
tickets $14; ealo begins November hi at U 11 m.
Harris' IIIJ011-OIII0 Itcilpntiu
Miss Olllo Rodpatb, tho pretty nnd nccom
pllsbcd llttlo artiste, supported by n good
company, will present her bright comedy,
"Pert," at Harris' licxtwcck. Tlip Now York
World eavs of tho play mid tho pin) er; Mies
Itidpath is a young lady of pleasing personality
and methods, and not only acted well, but
sang and danced her way Into liiitucdlato
favor. n.Icrry Hart, as Adolphus Livcrmoro,
W. C. Elmcndorf, as Dick Urucc, and May
Marshall, as Mrs. O'Hcllly, acquitted them
selves credttably. Iho mounting was appro
priate, and appeared to advantage.
Kernnn's London Specialty Co.
Next week tho London Specialty Co., which
Is an Im memo show, will hold tho boards at
Kcman's and hold them fast. Thero is ft big
bill of pood things, somo of which can he
noted hero. Lester and Williams: Jutan
tnl spark; Haines and Vldocci; Fred ltobcrts,
the lion comlque; tho Gillette, concluding with,
tho laughable farco ".Mo and Jack." It's a rat
tler all 'round.
Tim Kntlontit "A. Holo In the Ground."
In the history of tho laicr modern drama tho
narao ot Ho)t will ever shine out resplendent,
and tho classic tono of his titles will glvo a
gracious sweetness to dramatic literature.
"Tho Tin Soldier," for Instance and "Kag
llaby," and "A Hole In the Ground," which
comes to tho National next week, loaded with
laughs and warranted to paralyio thu dia
phragm of a hypochondriac. It Is a play of ft
plotless plot, bright In dialogue, pretty in
music, and lu tho hands ot good people.
George ltichardi, Frauk Lawton, Alt Hamp
ton, V. Mack, Misses Flora Walsh, Duddle
Douglass, Irene Hcruaudez, Kannlo Stevens,
Allco Walsh, Helen Leslie, Daisy Hall nnd
others aro In tho cast. Everybody who sees
"A Holo in the Ground" goes away satisllcd,
and as ovcrj body sees It, everybody Is satis
fied. Albinieli' "The Hark Sccrel."
"Tho Dark Secret," probably tho stronges
work of the Tanko-drami school, now boforo
tho public, will be presented nt Albaugh's
next week with all Us pleasing paraphernalia
of stage effects and competent players. In tho
list oflls attractions nro tho new Henley re
gatta sceno, with boats, steam launches and
racing shells on a river of real water: Hoamer,
tho popular oarsman, in tho winning shell;
dipt. Andrews. In bis llttlo dory "Dark So
crct," and l'rof. Nell Smith's great dog circus.
These, with a play of objorblng Interest, mako
"A Dark Secret" ono of tho most popular
plays on tho stage. '
Miss Marlowo In "Twelfth Night," at tho
National last night scored another success as
Viola. To-nlgbt tho play will bo repealed.
"1'atlnltza" by tho Hostonlans at Albaugh's
last night, was somctblug extra. To-night,
lloston Sjmphony Orchestra.
Among tho delightful occasions lu prospect
this winter aro four couccrts by tho famous
Boston Symphony Orchestra, William Gcrlckc,
conductor. The Ilrst ono occurs December 14,
and the others follow at Intervals of about 11
month, lbcy will be undor tho management
ot .Messrs. liurdltt and North, of tho Stoddard
A Fnctory With a Thousand llnnds to
bo Unlit on tlio Eastern llraucli.
For over a year and n-half Mr. Gcojgo B.
Starkweather has been Indcfatlgably at work
to sccuro the establishment of light manu
factures In this District, bavlug first Ballstlcd
himself that a point ou tho Uastcru Branch,
whero thero aio competing railway lines and
wbarllng facilities, was peculiarly adapted for
suoh purposes. From time to tlrao ho has se
cured controlling Interest lu patents of positive
commercial Value, but owlng'lurgely td tho
all-ngrossIng political agitation ho has been
slow lu gaining tho object of his toll. Ho has
icccntly purchased control of a number ot
valnttbln Inventions, and Interested nearly forty
of the leading bushicss men of Washington la
tlio company wnicu is ucing organueu ueru.
The factory is oxpocted to employ from COO to
1,000 persons, n largo portion Jof whom will
bo skilled mechanics
Ho boa two propositions from outside parties
to locato factories chew here, ono of which In
volves a gift of two entire city squares by way
Tlio spot selected for tho plant is adjacent
to tho property ot the Agassi 1'ark Impiove-
mrt.it. Aftawfntlnn nTiil np.ir whern Ihetr Nov
elty Works Is to be. Tho dullness of tho sea
son and tho delay on the pait of tho District
Commissioners In approving for record tho
plat of their subdivision owing to a cbnugo in
tho law although tho late Engineer Commis
sion) r bad accepted It havo cousnlrcd to de
lay tho Impiovcments which should have boon
commenced months ago. Hut with tlio com
pletion of tho new bridge, tho extension of
uvenucs, and tho development of manufac
tures at that point, tho locality will hardly
bo recognized by tho oldest inhabitants a
lu clvo month hence.
Dr. V. 7C, Don ley Assign.
T. X. Doolcy, diuggisl, at .'101 Penn
sylvania avenue southeast, has made nu
assignment to M, I. Wcller, without
Organs on i't 1'ajmcnts.
l'Jjiios on 5-10 I'm incuts.
F. G. bMim, 1M25 Pennsylvania avenuo.
Tlieie will be an election of ofllccrs
of the Students' Club ot tho Columbian
Medical College tills evening.
&EAL 1 LUSHES Axi) AbTnAKHAXS.
(Siiccesiwr to Pirry & Bro.)
BO INCHES WIDE &IL1C faEAL PLUSHES AT
27 INCHES WIDE BILK HEAL PLUSH AT S.".
Jl INCHI.S WIDE 1II.ACK ANU HEAL brl.K
1'LL'hllLh AT $:i. S..1..r)0. SI, r. AND (l.
IJIPOllTEU AS I'll KHAN.S, Til) INCHES WIDE.
IN .MVltTI.U OUUKN. HEAL J1UOWN AND
IJIPOUTED AI.IWOlll, DIAGONALS KEIt-
bEYS AND JIEAVI'.US. IN HI.AOK, INI.',
CAKIIINAL, NAVY. MYltl'LE ANU SEAL,
AT J I. St.nO ANDS5.
NOVELTIES IN PLAIT) AND STIIII'EI)
CIOT1IS t'OK CHILUIIE.S'S JACKETS AND
COMPLETE STOCK OV NEW PATHS AND UEIl.
LIN VVHAI'H, JACKI'.TS. NEWMA11KETS
AND ItAOLANh AT IXJWUhT PKICIKS.
NOVELTIES IN bEAL PLUSH JACKETS,
VVItAI'S AND JIODJESKAs, HANOINO I'llClji
31 J lu 9-111
"EXTUA LAIK.E SIZES" IN SEAL PLL'SH
M'llAPS AND 1MPOUTED CLOfll ItAOI.ANS
IlANUINU Fill) VI i-ir, TO SIO.
EI.EOANT HEVL I'LUSIl SACQnES, ALL
bIZES, HANOIMJ 1'HOM 3W 'ID $SU.
NEW BO INCH ALL WOOL 1IAI1I f CLOTHS, IN
ALL SHADES, Al'76o AND si. '
"Sl'l.('IALOFFEItlNO"OFBO INCH PltENCH
IIKOADOLOTIIS AT $1 BO. VVOUTII .',
THE CLI.hllllATED DELIIIS UU'oflTED
HltOADCLOTIIS. IN llbACK AND ALL THE
NEW I'OLOltS. AT S2.W). '
NOVELTIES IN STltll'EI) AND CHECKED
ENULISH hlllTl.saS AT $2
NKW 111 INCH Al.MVOOL HENIilETTAB. IN
IILACK AND ALL COI OUS. aT7Bo. AND SI.
NEW lOINCIIbll.K WAUP HENUIE1TAS, IN
ALL COLOH8, AT J1.2.V
NEW 10 INCH ALL-WOOL HENHIEn'AS AND
SEIIOES, IN ULAC'K AND ALL COI.OHS.AT
NEW FIIENCH CAMEL'S HAIIt IN OIIEAT
"XTHA 1IAIIOAINS" JN PAIIIS COMIHNA-
larPLAlS lVliUllES AND COHUECTPltlCES.
, , SEATON PKItnV,
Perry lluildlnjr, Pciiniylvuuln avenuo. corner of
Miitli mnet. Established IHlf).
tSucccjaor to Henry Leufa Sons),
aj'J PENN. AVENUE N. W
VraiiLb olllcn, 10B Maryland avo. i. w.
iUllPenu. aio.u. vv., between ,M and itfiits,
PEERLESS DYES &SSi
I'UHE MALT WHISKEY
A Scientific Romociy,
Nodlsensocorm can POSSIllLVremaln lodged
IntliolKMly If this ureal Ucmedy Is carefully
nnd constantly used. Prof. Win. T. Cutter,
State Chomlstof Connecticut, says:
"I have analyzed 11 treat many samplo of
Whtskoy, Vlnos. Ales, Ac, nnd was surpilscd,
to find upon nnnlysls, that Duffy's Mull Whis
key was iiliHiiliitnly puro, ns I never found this
to bo the case In any other Whiskey I had ox
nmlned. These facts must commend In to gon
cral use and public fuvut." . .
llostiro una obtain tho gcuulao, and takono
It Im l'or Salo L'lilvcrsully. ltavr
Political Agony Over,
AND NOW FOR BUSINESS.
26 -inch Gold-Tipped Glorias
Has any other house anything llko It?
Pieces of i6.inch Plush, all
Has any other houso anything llko It!
Black Russian Hare Muffs,
some satin lined among them,
nas any other houso anything llko It!
Ladies' Black Felt Sailors,
Has any other houso anything llko It!
Pairs of Children's Kid and
Has any other houso anything llko I J
Yards double width Cashmere
Remnants, just in; all shades
of Navy, Mrytle, Garnet,
Brown and Black,
Has any other huuso anything llko It?
Dozen Black Spool Silk, ioo
Has any otbor houso anything llko It?
In this manner we could
enumerate "a thousand other
articles, butw'e wbuld be com
pelled to have the whole side
of this paper.
1 24 1 & 1 243 I I th St. S. E.
TELEPHONE CALL, 7Q'J-2.
talk of our Cus
enough m that dept.
to make a talk over.
An almost incredi
ble' number of styles
of goods, including
the choicest novel
ties of foreign man
ufacturers. The deep sea rolls
beteen some of them
and any like them.
Stop in on your
way down town or
going home to-day
and orsjer your Fall
S. II. OlVVNlIB
Vermont nte. unit Lt. ll. w.
Clio'co oj-occries, MeuU and Provisions.
Tlio llcst (loods at the Lowest Prlccj.
L'as Uollers at SLID and $1,50 for Instantly malibu Tea or Coffea.
l'or larco and ima fttnlniiu. Just Urn stovo fur uuimOr mo, us you oxtlnguWi Hia flip tin
lusUut tlie cuokluif U Uouo. For salu by Hid
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
&13 Tozxtlx S-bx-ee-b 3ST- "V7".
lew Stock of Gloves
We are, having another
Glove exhibition. We hope
to meet the expectations of
all who set high store on re
liable Kid Gloves. We don't
pretend to tell you what
Gloves to buy, and yet we
don't intend to keep any you
ought not to buy.
We buy Gloves only where
shape, fit, finish and durabil
ity are made the first consid
eration, and notwithstanding
this fact, we sell at the same
prices usually prevailing for
inferior qualities. Standard
brands of reliable qualities, at
the lowest prices possible to
name. The latest improve
ments in stitching and embroi
dering have been made and
appearances duly cared for.
The most fashionable
shades and tinta matching the
new dress fabrics are em
braced in the handsome as
sortment of colors, and black,
as a matter of course. Gloves
for street, for riding and for
evening occasions. Kid, both
dressed and Suede. Such
popular brands as the "Im
perial," ' Trefousse," "Per
rins," "Raynier," "Belair''
and a dozen others unnamed.
No matter what price you
wish to pay you are sure of
getting its full value in select
ing from this stock.
For Ono Dollar per pair wo offer 4-butlon
nclalrl)R"od Kid, 0 button I'lg-skln or Del-
giau, 'l-uuiion bucuo anuoincrs.
For a Dollar-twcnty-llvo per pair wo offer 3
buttou Imperial, 1-button ox-n,nullty of Suedo,
For a Dollar-fifty wo offor 4-button "Tro
fou?o" Suedo (llnves. O-button Pink wrist Im-
Iicrlul, '1'buttou lloynlcr Suede, jilalnback; 4
mtton extra quality Ileal Kid and others.
For n Dollar-nevcnty-llvo wo offer 4-button
Ttoy tiler Kid CI lov e. embroidered buck; 4-button
Do-it "Imperial'' Kid, with vlinln uud fculber
stitching, and others of equal worth.
l'or Two Dollars wo offer 8-button Length
"Trcfousso" huodo Olovcs, 4-button 'Torrlns' "
English Walking alovos and others of equal
For Two Dollars and a Quarter tho bet Is tho
8-buttou Length Iteynlcr tiucdo, lu black, gray,
tau and cnnai y.
Wo aro showing a superb lino of Ladles' Long
Gloves, In (Ihiconnd Buedo, for wear on spoclul
occasions, for weddings, receptions, clo.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Comer 11th nnrt F SlrpcJAT. W'.,,,
WOOD AND COALlij.
V. Baldwin Johnson,
Wholesale and lie tall Bealcrlu
Comnlcto l'atllltles. Bottom Vrleos.
Full Wclslit and Jloaiuro.
Wood and Coal dlreut from tlio forests and
mines by rail audater, aud Iroo from ala,
tlaio and otber lmittirltles.
GIVE ME A TItlAL.
Main Yard and Ofllce. 1101 1!. I, uve. n. w.
Ilrnnvn " " BtlAst. s.o.
Iliauuli " " 5111 114 st. n. w.
Braneli oftlco for orders, t-omcr Tenth and I sts.
Branch office for orders, corner lUtb and M sU
All conneoted by telonhone,
RIDER &, ADDISON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
31 1 TCIglilli St. N. AY., near l'u. Ave.
Ordiraoi' lcquests tor quotationi Riven per
sonal attention, and satisfaction Eiiariiiilcvd In
price uud quality.
Barbour Iiiv llulldlns -11)0 La. Ave.
WASII1NUT0N, I). 0.
Itesldcncc, No. 1218 II st. Northwest.
FINE FAMILY FLOUR.
OILT Dtlfll'i or
And you will always have beautiful Broad,
Holla and Blsoults. Wliolusala Depot, corner
i Irst street aud Indiana avenue.
WM. M, GAlT & CO.
I'nninnt vmif ltanrel I IV M a VI Ar, lonfl onrO
a wei-k tmi you liavo the finctt-rolUlieil ttoyo In th
world, l'or ealo by all Grocers and Btuyo Ltjlvrt.
JA8. L. BATHlOUIt SON,
j. o, Eitaoon ,v co.,
rf i1L lT""''"r'niiTrTrTtL
ad niiiiun jjii iifTi i nrin-jfrTi
1218 and 1 220 F Street Northwest,
GUARANTEE AMY & ALL PRICES,
OF THE LATEST DESIGNS AND SUPERIOR MAKES.
A dlsplii.T of Drapery, I.nco Cur
inlno, etc,, will lio muilo ! urine; No
vember, which no wNh you lo ins-
Coino and look ut It.
PLENTY OF LIGIIT
To Inspoct and Judge for yourself all classes of goods, and wo
take pleasure In calling attention to a fow special articles, which
we think at such f iguros as will morit all wo advortlso.
A splendid Solid irnliogany P.irlor
Suit, contains 5 pieces, AVcb or Laco
Cheap Tarlor Suits a.3 low ai $23 per
A splendid Oak Bedroom Suit, 3 pieces,
One suit, D.pieccs, Solid Oak, nt $28.
Of this suit vro lmvo sold over 100 suits,
nnd Iti salo is its guarantee.
TABLES, CABINETS, &c9
'At all prices.
WE CLAIM THAT AS DEALERS
To be able to soil to you as low and treat you with the best val
uos that is possible, and solicit your Inspection, and alsoyouf
personal Judgment with regard to any and all such goods car
ried by us.
We make tho repairing and reupholstering of furniture a spo-
cialty, and shall try to be prompt, and wo desire to please.
W. H. Houghton & Co,
1 2 1 8 and 1 220 F STREET N. W.
fy -lllllllll I 1
M' II V
Headquarters' Gents' Flue Shoes.
l'orivolip, KuiiRitroo nml Calf Sillies o Suit Iltcrjouo nt
GAKTRELL'S, 900 Seventh Street.
TORONTO SPEED CONTEST.
The Winning Typewriter. THE REMINGTON.
Pure Java anil Mocha Coffees
FRESH ROASTED DAILY.
JOHN H. MAGRUDER,
1417 New York Ave. and I I 22 Connecticut Ave.
HOUGHTON & CO.,
Tlio balcony nrouml llrnt floor of our
store coiituliig n lino of Itorltlnir Chairs,
Hasten, Nerecu nuil llumlioo Work
which mnko nplcnillil preionlH, unit
spcclul price wilt lio iiiuitc.
CARPETS, RUGS, OILCLOTHS
Cocoa Mats and Matting.
A splendid G-frnmo llody Biussels at
$1 per yard, nindo, laid nud lined.
Moquotlcs ftom$l to $1.50.
Itcmnaiils at almost your own prices.
Communications by mull iiroiiiplly unncrl.
i DOLEFUL SOLO.
But uot as doleful as the mau siugs
who buys a low-priced
WINTER SUIT OR OVERCOAT
Because it is low-priced.
Below a certain figure somethiug
is wrong either iu quality, style or
BUY RELIABLE GOODS
fair prices aud get the worth of
money. We have !em.
931 Pennsylvania Avenue.
(Iiilornulloiiul Tor VVorlifN Cliiini,
lln.lnesv coiT08iK)iidcnco ami loal toitl
UllLU JtKDAL, 03.7 vvortU pr minute.
UILYUHMISOAU 05,11 wunlf per mlnuto
Jlomnrlzuil noutcnun (llvo mliiutos) SOU
vMinla I'urri'itly vvilttcn. (CullKrnpli mi
icsi man 1,. 1 nurim imiriuiiy wnnuu.)
(Smil fur "Tcstlmonyot tho t'umura."
Wyckoff, Soamans & Benedict
Cor. 8th and F Sts. N. W.
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