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THE EVENING POST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1888.
The Evening Post.
Ilonchton .V Co. .special Notice.
Thl prominent ami rcpreientntlo business
establishment nt t'218 and l'J20 V street north
west, lsofTtrlnOTtrii Inducements for tuo next
thirty day In parlor and bed-room fnrnltiiro,
tables, oablncts. etc. Also In cnrpot rugs,
hassocks, etc. A rruinl dlitay of drapery, taeo
ourtalns and every class or goods In llimr line,
to oil ot which thoy call especial attontlon.
Their capacious balcony nround their first floor
contains an ckirnnt lino of rocklns chairs,
ea1s, screens, bamboo work, etc., nil of
which would rnako suitable presents for the
holidays, and for wh'ch special prices will bo
snado and accepted In tmt until callod for.
John Huddon's Installment houses, which nro
centrally located atfhio and OJ'2 Seventh street
northwest, Is the plaeoto buy your housekeep
ing outllts. Ho has the larco't stock of stoves,
carpets, fnrnltuio, etc., tbat ho has ever kept,
mils dolnc an Immcnso business by sclllnc
them at cash prices on tho Installment plan on
easy weekly or monthly payments.
Ask for It, Schlltr.'s Milwaukee Lager Beer.
For sale by all leading houses.
Itacori honed and dog collars enpraved free.
D. N. Wam-oiui,
1S7 Ta. ave. and 033 F Street.
Dry and Sweet Catawba, SI per gallon.
Joseph D. Donnelly, 1 1th and 1 street n w.
Is Tour Property Insured ?
If not, consult Gum.it linos., 1310 F St. n. w.
Kozcl'n Restnurnnt, 1827 14th si n. w.
Stenmed Oysters nro having a big run at
OKor.oi; Kozll's, 1827 1 1th street northwest.
I'usseiri Family Cafo, 1427 N. Y, Ave.
l'or AVaslilngton Dressed lieef
CO to John It. KcllT. stalls 023, (129 and 030
Centro Market and 200 and 'JUS Northern Lib
erty. Corned beef a specialty.
I.ndlos' Koyal KM Ilutton, Common Senso
and Opera Tnc.wlth 1'atcut-I.catucr Tips, $3.50.
GinTnELL's. IKK) Seyonth street.
George Kneel makes a specialty of his res
taurant for ladles. 1827 1 lth street.
Theater-Boers should call and get n stew of
oysters at Oronot KozrL'.", 1827 1 lth street, be
foro going homo.
"Alderney Dairy Wagons."
Fresh Aldernoy butter, churned overy morn
ing and delivered In Hi 1 "Ward" prints, 40c.
rerlb. Also cottago cheorc, buttermilk and
awect milk, Sc. per qt. Cream. lSc.uer qt.
T.ttect or tho Delay in l'assluc the Appro
The late date at wlilcli tlio District ap
propriation bill was passed vill defer
many improvements till next spring that
would otlicrwlso bo made before the win
ter sets In. Thcro will bo considerable
granite block pavements tbat will not bo
put down until tho sprint?, becauso the
blocks cannot be bad. Tho District buys
these blocks and pays for having them
laid. The Commissioners could not make
tho contracts for tho blocks until tho ap
propriation was available and conse
quently thoy were too late to get nil tho
blocks they desired.
Nearly all of tho sheet asphalt pavo
ment will bo put tlown, as Mr. II. L.
Cranford has already about completed
bis contract, Tho asphalt pavement on
Fourteenth street road will not be put
down this fall, in consequence of tho de
lay on the part of tho AV. & O. It. It.
Company in removing their tracks to tho
middle of tho roadway.
These tracks no occupy the east side of
tho road, and the company claims that
as thoy got permisston to lay tho tracks
in their present position, tho District has
no right to order their removal unless the
expense is borno by tho District.
Tho lone-needed nsnlinlt nnvement Is
;bcinglald on New ork avenuo. . In1!
order not to block travel, that patt of the
street on one side of tho car tracks is
paved in advance of the other. This is
ono of the finest avenues in tho city, but
in tho Spring, when tho races are held,
here, the road has been atroctous, ns
everyone who drives to Ivv City can tea
Surveyor Forsyth has submitted to tho
Commissioners a form of a blank to be
Adopted in subdivisions of land. There
Las been a wondoiful increase in tho
number of subdivisions recorded recently
and their recommendation is inado to fa
cilitate tho work by having tho former
Srintcd, instead of making them by
Yesterday as Mrs. Emma Ilecton was pass
ing along New Jersey avenue toutb.ea.st a
couple ot young negro men approached her
and one of them snatched her pocketbook
from her hand and rati, lie was chased by
people alon the street down to tho car stables
at the foot ot Capitol HIU wbcro he was
caught by one of the employes, named Snyder.
Later the nccro w ho was with him beforo the
pocketbook was snatched was arrested, nnd
both ot them were locked up in the riouth
In tho Police Court this morning Mrs. Den
ton identified one of tho negroes, William
Dixon, as the one who snatched her pocket
book, which bad five or elx dollars lu it, and
be pleaded guilty. Ills companion, Frank
Coleman, pleaded not guilty, and both of
them were sent to the grand jury In $300
Chances for Deinociatlu PostmiiBtors.
Postmaster General Dickinson, sajs the Bal
timore San, Is preparing a statement showing
the number ot Presidential postmasters In tho
various States whoso commission will expire
between now and the 4th of March. The ob
ject ot this Is said to be for the purpose, of al
lowing President Cleveland to appoint Demo
crats, eo that they will be hold-overs under the
next administration. This action Is supposed
to be based on the Utopian theory that President-elect
Harrison will permit all meritorious
Democratic postmasters to serve out their re
spective terms just as President Cloveland did
lu the cases ot hundreds ot Kcnubllcan post-masters.
WIDEXIXO ITS SCOPE.
Tho Hiding Armlemy In lis Owned by n
Stock Company Hoard of Director.
The Hiding School lias not only come
to slay, but it is extending. A stock
company is now being organized, with
the ultimate object of extending tlio
property nnd widening tho scope of
operations. Tho stock will bo placed at
flOO a share, and but live shares sold to
any ono person, so as (o bring in ns many
shareholders at possible, (thereby giving
each a personal monetary intcres't in tho
school) nnd to prevent any one gaining a
controlling interest for tho jmrposo of
private speculation. F.verv shareholder
will, with his family, enjoy tho privi
leges of a subscriber without being
obliged to pay tho subscription fee; In
addition, receiving a dividend estimated
nt from six to twcnty-flvo per cent, per
In addition to, and without Interfer
ing in the least with the tiding school
proper, an Immense horse exchange, con
ducted after the manner of TattersulPs, of
London, is contemplated. A specialty
will be mado of furnishing horses for
carriages for ns short or as long a time ns
desired for an hour or year. This is a
custom in voguo abroad and has been
very successful. A fine lot of hunters
and saddle horses will also bo kept on
hand for sale or hire, and their equip
ment will bo tho best procurable.
A number 'of military organizations
hnvo already begun drilling at tho school,
and will mako it their hoadqtturters.
Their connection with it will greatly in
crease its rcvomtcs.
The ground In the rear of the school, n
hundred foot lot, will be built on, tho
ring bcinc extended, nnd quarters for
the military companies being ndded,
Tho school nlrcnd v occupies 13,000 square
feet, aud with this additional 10,000 will
become the largest instituto of Us kind in
the world, and ono that 'Washington can
icel justiv prouu in claiming. Lomuin
ing under ono roof all that It intend to,
there will bo nothing in the world to
compare with it. There isn't another
city in tho United States where such an
establishment would have an equal
chanco of success, but the largo number
of wealthy people here, the grealcr amount
of lelsuro of those people of wealth and
of those of oven modeato menus, tho
fact of this being the social and political
center, tho confidence in its brilliant
future ns such, and nbovo all, tho fact
that it is in tho very center of a horse-
loving community nnd tho love for horses
Is contagious,, all tend to promise un
A glance at its board of directors also
tends to establish confidence in the feasi
bility of such an undertaking, largo as It
is. The well-known lawyer, Caldcron
Carlisle; Anthony Pollock, lawyer and
millionaire; Ilobert Nevill, n wealthy
Maryland stock-raiser; Gen. Albert Ord
way. Capt. Thomas V'. Symons, Linden
Kent, Arthur 'l. lirico, oi itlgcs liros,'
Bank; II. It. Dtilnncy and John F.Wng
gaman, both real estate men; Col. .1. 1).
Brown, of Now York; Thomas J. Flack,
and Aulick Palmer, millionalro and real
cstato man, comprise tho board, anil a
heavy one it Is, as far as capital and
shrewd business sense aud foresight is
Col. Brown, the present owner of the
school, will bo in charge as manager, and
if tho present programme is carried out
"Washington can toss its cap in tho air
for delight at having at least one really
hip, line establishment of its own.
It is nlso the intention of the manage
ment to give :t spring horse show every
year similar to the National Horse Show
at Madison Snuare Garden. New York.
lot Ha,w together , in competition ho
-lanrc-brecdcra of .the -country '-and in
Icfirj )vay stimulate tho iutcrcstln'jtbo.
Tho KxprrsH Company Stands tlio Loss.
Although unable to learn how tho sliver was
recently taken from tho bags sent from New
Orleans to tho Treasury thu Adams Express
Company has paid to tho Government $1,400
to cover the loss. Tho ofllcers of tho express
company aro somuwh.it iudlnant over what
they regard as tho premature- publication of
the discovery of the theft, on the theory that
if tho persons concerned In tho matter had not
thus been Informed of thu discovery ot their
operations they might easily have been de
tected In uuotber attempt to repeat the act of
exchanging ihot for tho silver contents ot the
bags In which tho money Is transported.
Ills Drunkemict Srtve lllni.
Jttdee .Montgomery to-day granted a new
trial to William II. Walter, convicted of as
saulting Sergeant Falvcy, with Intent to kill.
Thu defense offered at the trial was that Wal
ter was so far under the Influence- ot liquor as
to be unable to form any Intent to kill. With
the motion for a new trial, submitted by Gen.
8. H. Henklo and W. K. Duhamel, were affi
davits making an additional showing as to his
AMUSEMEX'S NEXT WEEK.
The famous French representatives of com
edy, II. Coquellti ud Mme. Hading, sup
ported by a superior French ilranmtli com
pinVi "'111 begin a wack's engagement noM
Monday night at Albaugli's, under the man
agement of Messrs. Henry E. Abbey nnd
Maurice (Iran. Tho repertoire Is ns follows :
Monday, M. OouUelln, "La Jolo Fait I'eiir,"
two monologues, "L.i Vie" ami "La ?iiu
frae," recited by M. Cotinelln, and "I.es
Preelcuscs HldlcuuV," Tuesday, Mnfc. Ha
ding, "Lo Msltro dc Forges;" Wednesday.
Conticlln and Hading, "IAvetiturlcruj"
Thursday, M. Connelln, "Lcs Surprises tlu
Divorce;1' Friday, Corptelln-Hadlnir, "trim
t'rou;" Saturday matinee, Coqiielln.JIiulIni:,
"Camlllc;" Saturday evening, Coquolln-Iln-ding,
"Don Ca-sar do Hnian." Frk.cs: $2.50,
$2, ?1.M) and $1, accordltie to location.
The Nallonnl-"Monto L'rlslo."
Mr. James O'Neill will appcarnext week at
tho National In Charles Fechtcr's dramltlza
tlon of Dumas' "Mont Crlsto." The produc
tion Is not new, but the Interest In It nlwnjs
Is. Tho Nashville AuKtrimnunt of It: "Its
magnificent scenery, electric lights and stago
mechanism and tho no-lcss-to-bc-praltcd splen
did costumal aids these, added to n company
of ladles and gentlemen ell worthy of the
play, the star nnd tho stage, leave but little
more to bo said. Mr. O'Neill kout tho bear
ers wrapt Inattention. Tho naturalness of
his calm demeanor or tho outbursts of his pas
sion keeps tho nudlcnce swayed from admira
tion to awe. His Interpretation of tho charac
ter Is truly grand."
Harris' IHJoit-Mr. Ollvnr llyron.
Mr. Oliver Byron and Miss Knto U.iron In
their melodrama entitled "Tho lusldo Track,"
aro tho attractions for tbo week of November
10 at Harris' llljou. It Is some years since
Mr. 11 ron has been seen lu Washington, and
It Is safe to predict that our tbeatrc-go'ers nlll
accord him tbo hearty reception ho so richly
deserves. Ills character of Jfarry J)eubigh,
In "The Inside Track," Is said to ntliim ad
mirably. He Is supported by tho charming
artiste, Miss Kate lijron, wb,oso Impersona
tion of Jfrre TriuUlle. tho laruo ragpicker, Is
ono of the most nrtlstlc performances ot tho
day. The scenic effects aro all now and novel
anil very elaborate The combination ot play
ers that hate been with Mr. llyron so long
will bo seen with him here. Thoy nro justly
knovwi as tbo famous llyron Combination.
Tho usual Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
matinees will bo given for ladles, und thorc
will bo no advance In tbo llljou prices.
Kernitn' Gu Hill.
Cms Hill's World of Novelties Is the world
of fun and Interest at Kcrnan's next neck. A
fow poiuts from the great bill aro as follows:
Fisher Pros., Intrepid fljlng trnpczo artists;
Estcllo Wellington, pct,lte song and danco ar
tist: Frank O'llrlen, cccr-ntric comedian; New
comb trio, challenge change artists; Lulgl
DclMro, 'musical phenomenon: llrynnt and
Savlllc, musical comedians; John i.. Drew,
character artist; M'llo. Alberta, queen ot the
wire; lison ana nrovarae, cnaracier skcico
couple, and Gus Hill, the world's qhamplon.
Amusement Notes. '
Mr. Georgo I Smith, manager for James
O'Neill Monte Crlsto Co. sends around a
lithograph of his star, which Is a comfort to
"Jack" Havcrly and W. S. Cloveland.undcr
Cleveland's management, aro out lu eomo
mognlllclcnt printing announcing tho wluter
bcason ofttio .Mastodon -.Minstrels, too very
greatest on the road.
Votlnc nt tho Penclliles' Pair.
Tho fair of tho National Keuciblcs, now In,
progress at tho National 'Hides Hall, will closo
on tho SJnd lust. Tho following Is a list of
the prizes to bo voted for and the candidates
Clock for Restaurateurs Gcrstenbcrg it
iteuter, Wm. ltjan, Horace Klrkwood, L.
Tenuis set Star club, Nadly club.
Banjo .I. G. Meyers, Jr , h. Yoskcr, A. D.
National Fenclblcs Badgo T. A. Tomlln
son, J as. Watson, K. D. Cromwell, M. B.
Dotucr, Jos. G. Stellc.
Music Box for barber Jack Shcpbcrd,
1M,.,,,1 11. Minn k'n.likr C- i
i"tt-.ivt ".-".""... . .....
utiuicn Eagle nauge uuanos Miner, .act
ion Blljlardcue, 0. D. Vlnlng. v .
Sowlug Machine Mrs. ltobert, McMurray,
Jr., Miss E. Klrcher, Miss A. Hupp.
ihstle Shrine Badge W. E. Calladay, Har
Letter-Carrier's Uniform Frank A. lleb
Ladles' Blcyclo Miss Stewart, Miss Clay,
Miss A. Marcerou.
Conductors' Overcoat W. W. Gibbons, M,
H. Kc)t, James Drow, Latimer.
Co. A's Lamp Miss Fannie Washington.
On Wednesday next "Buck" Taylor, tho
tclug of tho cuwbojs, and MaJ. Burke, tho
manager of tho Wild West Show, will visit tho
Fcucioles' Fair, and Mr. Taj lor has kindly
promised to take, charge of tho spinning jenny
that evening. The Fenclblcs on o this to tho
courtesy of Mr. E. B. Lafferty.
SACKVILLE'S HOOHS T II K 801,1).
Valuable Silver Plate, Wines nnd Liquors
Bo Under the Hummer Noxt Weak.
On Monday n great sale will tnko placo
nt tho British Legation, tlio first one
."Inco tho present lino building was
built. Sir LMward Thornton was the
llrst occupant of It, and ns liu was not a
man of fortune, there was lltllo except
Homo carriages and horses to sell. Lord
Sackville, though, Inn some verv hand
8omo tilings which ho dous not wish to
carry back to Knoll Park, which Is
crowded with plate and bronzes, pic
turci nnd bric-n-Iirac.
Among tho inoro vnluablo things to bo
sold Is a servlco or silver plate, for fifty
persons. It Is ornamented with the
Snckvillo arms nnd Initial, but an nsplp
ing American fnmlly whoso naino begnn
will an S could appropriate tho whole
thing. Then thcro is a cholco collection
of old vlncs anil liquors to bo sold.
There aro no pictures worth speaking of,
Tho Government furnished tho legation,
but overy Minister, of course, adds to tlio
outflttlngs such articles as ho fancies.
Foreign Minislcr'riJiales nro great ovents
In Washington wheu they occur. It is a
kind ot n fnd to own things that como
from these sales.
Tho Improvement to Prospect avenue Is
nearly completed, nnd sidewalks bavo been
laid ns far as Ihlrty-fiftll strcit. When com
pleted this thoroughfare will bo a very baud
some ono. '
A branch of tho W, C. T. U. has been
organized at Fort Moycr, and Is known as tbo
Cavalry Branch. It Is In n nourishing condi
tion nnd has a large membership among tho
soldiers nt tho post. A very onjoyahlo enter
tainment was given by tho members on
Icraporaturo nnd condition of water at 7
a. m.: Great Falls, temperature, -IS; condi
tion, 3; receiving tescrvolr, temperature, 63;
condition at north connection, 4: condition at
south connection, 30; distributing reservoir,
temperature, G2; condition at inllucut gate
house, 30; condition at illlucnt cato-honse, 30.
Ellen Clancy, a whlto womau, aced 04'jcars,
was arrested last night by Officer Lahna,
charged with vagrancy.
Tho schooner Kitty Ann arrived to-day with
1,200 bushels of wheat conslgued to J, U. A J.
M. Waters. Wheatsoldon 'Change nt $1.08
$1.10. Market dull.
Tho Mens' Club, organized under the au
spices of St. John's Church, Is now In a pros
perous condition, and tho membership Is rap
idly Increasing. Thu club-house Is furnished
with plenty ot reading material and many
pleasant means of umuscment. Tho nvcrago
nightly attendanco Is about thirty.
ltepuhllcniiH lu tlio Departments.
In tho Departments' here, thcro aro 10,030
employes. Thu best estimate that can be ob
tained ot tho appointments madi sinco tho
4th of March, 1835, Is 3,450. This will Icavo
i,480 Republican ofllco-holdcrs. So It Is easy
to sco tbat they will have hold of tho hottest
end of tho removal poker lu order to allow
Gen. Harrison to mako room for his friends.
Clutngo of Schedule on tho II. .V O. It. It.,
taking cUccf. November 18 Chicago vcstl
buled limited train, now leaving at 10.55 a.
m., will leavo on nnd after to-morrow nt 8:55
a. m. dally. Limited express for Cincinnati
anil St. Louis will Icavo ns at present; 3 p. in.
dally. For other changes seo schcdulo In
Suuday papers. i
The Grham-Glocr Case RIsuiUved,
Tho case of Congressman Glover, charged
With perjury, by his private secretary, James
II. Graham, was called up lu the Police Couit
this morning, and dismissed fOr want of pros
ecution. Prosecutor Shllllngton read a card
ent him from tbo Metropolitan Hotel br
Graham, In which be said that he was too 111
to come to court, and asked that the case be
further continued. Mr. Glover was In court,
and ready for trial. The caso was a charge of
pwjury growing out of tho warrant sworn out
by Mr. Clover for Mr. Graham's arrest on a
charge, of disorderly conduct.
A Pollc enmn Shot lu the I.t-g.
Policeman King shot himself In tho leg last
night. Ho had just come luto the Eighth
Precinct Station House about 11 o'clock, aud
his revolver dropped from his pocket ami was
discharged as It struck the lloor. Tbo bullet
entered his left leg below tho knee, inflicting
a serious wound.
Publlo Printer llenedlct'a Intention,
Tbo roport now going tho rounds of. the
press to tho effect that Public Printer Bene
dict will resign his commission on the 4th ot
next March and leave at once, whether the
inclination is uccoptcd or not, Is denied. The
Public Printer said this morning that ho had
made no such statement. JIU resignation, he
aid, will be ready whenever called for by .Mr.
The 12xpe.rU Examining the Tunnel,
It was stated to-day at tho Capitol that the
mechanical experts appointed to cxauituo tha
tunnel will not be ready to report beforo the
first week In December.
A cleig) man utter jcais of suffering from
that loathsomo disease, Catarrh, and vainly
trying every known remedy, at last found a
recipe which completely cured and saved him
from death. Any sufferer from this dreadful
disease sending n self-addressed stamped en-
elope to Prof. J. A, Luwicuuo, hS Waircn
street, Now l'ork City, will rtcelve the ie.ipo
free ot charge.
Tho Ilojs Actiulttud.
The jury lu tho case of Leonard Flnntcum
and Edward Cunnlngham,churged with house
breaking In entering the restaurant of Geo.
Hoffman and stealing $111, was locked up all
last night, 'this morning they announced
that they had agreed and rendered a verdict
of not guilty, 'lhe prluclpal witness against
them was Edward Queen, and it Has claimed
by the defense that t'uceu was tbo man who
took the moucy.
Tiimnil Oor to Miirjluml.
Randolph Carry, colored, was turned over
to Sheriff N. C. Darnall, of Trlnco George's
County, by Chief Justlco Bingham this morn
ing, on a requisition. Ha Is wanted for atson,
In burning a barn belonging to Albert Ulcason,
the loss being $7,0CW.
To Philadelphia lu n Hours.
This Is the tlmo mado by tbo B. & 0. Limited
the fastest trains ever scheduled between this
city and Philadelphia. 'Iho B. & 0. track Is
as well built as any on the Continent, and the
run is mado without difficulty.
New Tralnu on the II. .V O.
On November 13 new trains will bo placed
in service on tbo B. & 0. R. It., and the fol
lowing schedule established via that line be
tween Washington and Philadelphia: . Leavo
Washington b:10 a. in., S.05 p. in., 4:20 p. m.
and 11:30 p.m. All trains dally. The 8:10 a.
m. aud 4:20 p. m. trains will bo tho fastest ever
scheduled between this city and Philadelphia.
The superb track of tho B. A 0. R. It. renders
this run easy of accomplishment. These
trains will bo equipped with magnificent new
Pullman Parlor Cars, built expressly for this
senlce. All tho abovo tralus will carry Parlor
or Sleeping Cars. Tho 11:30 p. m. train will
lw provided with Pullman Sleeping Cars for
Philadelphia, to which passengers will bo ad
mitted at any tlmo after 0 p. m., aud In which
they can remain undisturbed at Philadelphia
until 7 a. m. An excellent restaurant has been
established lu the haudsomo new B, & 0.
Depot at Philadelphia, In which cholco meals
can be procured.
Bu-TtsM Sunday night in Second Baptist
Church. E. Hcz Swem, pastor.
Eijultublo U. II. Association,
This month the first payment Is duo on the
now issue. Shares, $2.50 per month, Shares
can be taken flatly from 0 a. m. to 4.30 p. in,
Equitable Building, 1003 V street northwest,
John Joy Edtou, occrctnry.
W LRpYALHWI J
Novelties In Black Goons.
(Successor to Perry Si Urn.)
INVITES AN 1NSPKOTION OF JUS ELEGANT
IMPORTED DUCK IIUEhS PAlllUCS, NOVEL
'1IES IN LUPIN'S, HAYE LONG, MAltlU
OAI.ANTA. CACIIUMIIH: I.ON'tl, T1II1IKT
CLOTHS. OA.MEL'rt UAIItS, .MEKVEILLEUX
DltAP U'ALMA-J. CUUDI1AS, DHAl' D'AL
MKUAS AND HEKIN KFPKCT3.
"EXTRA INDUCEMENTS" IN FRENCH ALL
WOOL BLACK libNltlKTTAS AND CASH
MERES, 10 INCHES WIDE, AT OOo. AND
lof.ScilESWIDE, AT 75c., 87J40., 31, 31.U5
PRIESTLEY'S KNOLISn hlLKAVARP BLA' K
HENRIETTAS, KANQINU IROJl 31 TO $3
PRIESTLEY'S BLACK IMPERIAL bEKGES,
MULROSE CLOTHS. CREPE CLOTHS, CON'I
VENT CLOTH-, CLMIIETTE I'KATIIER
CLOTHS AND TAMIdE CI.OTI1H, ENOUs
1ILACH MOHAIRS AND MOlLlllNNEs: I.t '
j'l TO J'ACK CA,lMK,'lTE Vt;,LH OM
CuURTALli'S ENGLISH CREPES AND VEILS.
NljW BLACK CANTON CREPES AND CHEPli
NEW ALL-WOOL BLACK HABIT CLOTHS AT
751 AND 51.
NEW. BLACK FRENCH IIIIOADCLO'IIIS.
RANGING FROM S'.ftO'lOS-' BO, '
Ll'PIN'h FRINGED, HEMMED AND CHAPE-
IIOItDERED THIBET Alt!) CAMEL'S HAIR
rJRAWLS, ALL PRICES .o iiaui
NOVELTIES IN BLACK hll.IC UMBRELLA"
WITH 110UHMNU STICKS ANO MOUNT
TREHOUSSE &. CO.'S BLACK KID GLOVES
NEW "FAST BLACK" COTTON Ll&LEVMLK
AND CASHMERE HOSE AT LOWEST
NOVFjLTIBS IN BLACK JACKETS AND
NEW IMPORTED ULAPK JERSEYS," ALL
, SIZES. KANUINCI FROM J2 CO TO $8. '
NOVELTIES IN .MOURNING HANDKEH-
r-FLAIN FIGURES AND CORRECT PRICES.
I Perry Bnlldlnir, Pennsylvania avenue, corner of
Ninth strict. Established 1H10.
The Itocoril Lowered.
Tho B. A 0. Limited Express Trains from
Washington to Philadelphia aro tho fastest
ever run in regular servlco between hero and
th'd Quaker City. Unlike other lines the B.
it O. chargos no crfrd fare for superior
Our Iteiitty-Miulo Clothlnp;
Absolutely tailor mndo. Sco our Wldo Wale
Coat and Vest at $1UJ0.
KiscmaniBuos., 7th and E, ,
Manufacturing Clothiers and Tailors.
DOUBLE COMBINATION STORE,
For tho noxt Seven; Days, a line ot La
dies', 3Iisscs', Children's and
Tho prices aro (mine to mako a telllnc effect.
Wo have tho namo und you shall bavo our came.
Wo flatter oursches on tho mcrlrsof our cs
tabllhmcnt. Thcro has never been unlnstamo
wlicro wo received a Job In goods that our cus
tomers were not brnclltted by tho transaction,
us well as us. Quantity Is no obcct und Spot
Cash Is no consideration with us wheu Roods can
bo bought so lhat wo can sell thorn ut tho fol
This uowder timer varies, A marvel of purity,
strength and wliolcnomenois. Mure economical
tiiuli itie ontlnury kinds, unit ouuuot bo sold In
competition ullli the iiiullltudu of lowtent,
chort-wcbslit alum or pliornhatu powdeu. bold
Villi in nw
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
100 Wall street, New York.
r WILLIAM LKK
(bucccssor to Henry Leo's Spns),
M-i PENN. AVENUE N. V
Branch ofllce, -IDS Maryland ave, s, w.
iUUPenn. avo.n. w between nd uiidlWsts.
EerithlniurtcUM, ' "
Black Astrachan Jacket, double-
0 LndioV Pino Reaver Jackets, tallor-mado,
cadet, garnet und brown,
5 Ladies' Flno Tallor-mado Black Jorsoy Jack
;i Misses' Fanoy Strlpo Jackets, 12 to 10
2 Children's Fancy Strlpo Newmarkets, 4 to
1 Children's Fine Nobby Wool Nowmarkots
Raise 23o. on a size. This Is a great bargain,
100 assorted All wool Ladles' Nowmarkets,
plain, pluld und stripe,
Tho nbovo Is the latest acquisition to our al
ready lurgo and tarled assortment.
10-1 Whlto Blankit,
10-4 Whlto Blanket,
10-1 Whlto Wool Blunket,
11-1 White Wool Blanket ,
11-1 AU-vool Silvcr.Gray Blanket,
Fancy Plaid Horse Blanket,
Flno Satlnll-1 Bed bprcads,
Misses' Tlno Merino jli rsoy Vests,
Ladles' Flno Merino Jersey Vests,
Men's Red Wool UmUrwear,
5,000 Boys' Cas?lm.ru Polo Capj,
, Lurtles' Illaok ami Coorod 1-button Embrol
dercd Hack Kid Glovis,
10 dor. Fanoy TprkUh Towels, fringed,
La'llos Hand-sowed Button Shoos, Common
Sense und Upera Toe.
Ladles' Commpil Sh Rn,i opera Toe Shoes,
Misses' KM and 1M,,0 (jo.il, Common f-cno
and Oicra Too shoei, ""
1241 & 1243 lth St. S. E.
& 1 ll
QUICKER TIME THAN VIA ANY OTHER LINE, AND
mo EXTRA FARE CHARGED
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 18, 1888.
8:10 A. M.
2:05 P. M.
4:20 P. M.
11:30 P. M.
11:25 A. M.
6:Q0 P. M.
7:35 P. M. '
4:00 A. M.
.AXjT-i TRA-IISTS 3DA.ITi"5T.
The 8:10 A. M. and 4:20 P. M. trains are equipped with
PULLMAN PARLOR CARS
The finest over constructed by the Pullman Company and built expressly for this service. Pull
man Sleepers on all othor trains. Sleeping cars on tho 11:30 P. M, train for Philadelphia will
bo open for reception of passongors at 9:00 P. M., and they can remain undisturbed at Phila
delphia until 7:00 th,o following morning.
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line, mid ut Depot, corner Neu Jcnoy menno uml C Ntrcut, (
1. (I, SMITH, VnviciiKcr ARont, 13111 I'ciiimjltunla incline.
CHAS. H. SCULL,
General Passenger Agent.
THE GRAND OPENING
Bought expressly fol the
Will take place on
1218 and 1 220 F Street Northwest,
Guarantee Myand- all Prices
November 19 and 20
The store will be in Holi-
The Christmas1 Goods will
be on Dress Parade,
Everybody Cordially Invited!
Woodward & Lottirop,
Boston Dry Goods House,
Cor. Nth and F Sts. N. W.
Having recently Ilttuil upi
III connection Willi my l'ATIJN I lUtOtlliSd, I
uui iiropuii'd toluinUli
1M.UHTHATIONIJ AT HI'.W VOHIf 1'HIOIH
1'IiuIu'iii.iIuk oil nA fur tin '1'vuiiu.
11H i;im oiitll Struet N. y.
PEERLESS DYE &SMES
c SPOT OiA.SHZ?
Which will convince you we are selling Goods
at the Lowest Prices ever offered
W. H. Houghton & Co.,
1 2 1 8 and 1 220 F STREET N. W.
'i)iiiiiiiilcu(lont liy ninll roni)lly' iiiiMirrcri.
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
Jrs Uollori al $1.15 uml 81.R0 for Inumtljr nuklnii Taioi- UnJea.
For larro unJ uiuiill finnlllin. J tint thu stuvo fur nuriimur mo. nt vim uctliuuuli tlu ilru til)
lutitunl lliu uuoKlii); U ilunu. 1'ur n.ilu by tlio
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 ToxLtla. Street 1ST. W
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