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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 21, 1885.
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WASHINGTON CRITIC
ir-viTii:i ixinoATioxs.
For llio Mlihllo Atlantic States clearing
weather; slightly cooler In tho southern por
lion nml on tho const) stationary tempera
tnro In Uio Interior; winds generally nor
tlicrly. For Wednesday fair wcatlior Is Indicated
for tbo Mkldlo Atlantic States ami tho Ohio
A'ulloy.
Tlicrinoniptrr HonithiR".
Thcrmoinctcr readings for Novcmbor 31,
ISS5: 8 n. ra., OiV.Sj 7 n. m 3j".3; 11 a. in.,
80.8. Novcnibcr 23! .Menu temperature,
IW.7; maxlmiini, I3',.0; mliiliniiiii, J.8i
mean rclatlvo humidity, U3.0; total orcein
Itatlon, O.IM Inch.
AMUSKMUXrS.
AuiAroii'o "Hunch of Keys."
NATioMAt "Wanes of Sin."
HrnwHiV I-oulo I'omcroy.
TnrATiiK ('oxiqrK llnvcno's attractions.
Dime JlrsrtTJi "l(oo Michel."
bKATiMi limn Ninth nml llliodo Island avo.
OITX' si'i:olils.
Tliniilisllnir On'crlngH
of the Chicago Grocery Company, fcOOSov
cnlli street! Atmoro's Mlnco .Meat. 10c. 11).;
l'lnm Pudding, Sue.! Till), bucket Cranberry
Sauce, '18c. t New Haislns, 12c. lb.; Currants,
7c. lb.; Lnjcr ltatslns, 20c. lb.; Citron, :i.",c.
lb.; Almonds, STJc. lb.; Mixed Nuts, 15c. lb.;
1'lgs, ISc. lb.
Tlic Urrnt AtlmiTlc V raclltcSlYn
Conipauy's business becatno so extensive
they wcro compelled to open a branch store
ntlC20 Fourteenth street nortliivost, In or
der to accommodate their numerous patrons
Intliat locality. Tliclr teas and colfeos aro
purc,nudby limlngnt clthorot their stores
joUfsavofiomSOto'lOpcrccut. HvuiIimiw
tcrs at tliclr old nud futnlllur storu, r,0J tiny
m Hi street noithivest.
N. 11. UlHVMlN,
M onager.
Tlip Clilcnm) (Jinrrry Company.
SCO Seventh strut, offers French Hrnii.ly
52 Ballon: Rood ltjo Whisky, $2 gallon; 7,
year old llyo Whisky, $3 gallon, warranted
pure Send order by mall or telephone
423-2.
l'nr 'riinnUNzlilnir.
New Nuts, lialslns, FJg, Currants, Cit
ron, etc., lowest prices.
N. T, MisTzanu A linn.,
(Irocers, Ac, 417 7lh at. u. w.
Tin Clilrncn Urnevvy Company,
fOO Seventh street, sells Hrown Sunr for
Cic. lb.jSUindnrd A, Die. lb.; Uruuulated,
7c. lb.; Cut I.oaf, 7 Jc. lb.
l'orSIcdlrnl or Hoclnl I'lirnoMcs,
Our 4-year old l'uro Hjo Whisky, at $3 per
gallon, Is tho best.
N. T. Metzokk .t Duo.,
Grocers, Ac, 417 Till St. u. vr.
Men's Newmarket overcoat. Elscmun Uros.
If Von AVIhIi to Nino n-om Utile, U)
percent. In purchasing flno teasutnl eoftccs,
and at tho samo tlmo rccelio haudsomo
presents, do not fall to visit tho Atlantic ,fc
Pacific Tea Company, W)3 Sovciith and 10 JO
Fourteenth streets northwest. Thoy guar
nnteo satisfaction or monoy refunded. This
largo firm lias many brandies nil over the
United States and Import all tholr teas and
coffees direct; consequently their goods and
prices cauuoi no cquaieiiiniiiis cuy. wour
tcous treatment and fair dealing to nil Is
their motto. N. 11, Howm vv,
Managor.
Men's 1'rlucc Albert suits. ElscmauTth ,t K.
The :iilc.'ig (irnrrry (loinimiiy.
00 Seventh street, offers good Family
Flour fl.bSbbl.; best Family Flour, $5.73
Mil.; $1.41 i bbl.; ?2c. i bbl.; Patent Process
Flour, ffl.73 bbl,; $1. (XI 1 bbl.; S3c. s bbl.
co imr nv.cou n.
CniMlNAt, Couht Justlco MacArtUur.
Charles Hamilton, murder; on trial.
CtucciT CouitT No. 3 Justlco Merrick.
(Irccn vs. Normeut; on trial.
Couht in Gr.NmiAi, Tcum Chief Justlco
Catttcr and Justice James. (lorcla do la
ltua vs. Secretary of State; application for
mandamus; on trial.
EqmtvCouut Justlco Ilagner. Imobcr
dorf vs. Illtz; eulo llually ratlllcd. Kern
good vs. UusdorfT; second report of refer
ence set osldo and further proceedings di
rected. Birth vs. lllrtb; on bearing.
CmcuiT Couht No. 1 Justlco Cox.
JJbbey,usc, Ac.vs. Dovlln it Mooro; do
inurrcr overruled. Vclbmyer vs. U. & 0.
It. K. Co.; on trial.
I'OMCTi CouitT Juilgo Snell. John
Mitchell, William Colo aud Jobannali Don
ovan, vagrancy;JDO days each In tho work
Iiouec, Allco Adams, profanity; $5 or 7
days. Joo Barton, wasting l'otomae water;
$5or7dajs. James Dryant, violating tho
hack law; $1, Maurlco Mclrlck, do.; $3.
William Harris and Douglass Drown, col
ored, affray; collateral forfeited,
Bojb' Newmarket overcoat. i:iscman,7A E.
local mums.
Child's capo overcoat. FJsuman, 7th and U.
The Mechanics' l'leasuro Club gavo an
cnjoyablo ball at tho National ltlllcs'
Armory last night, which was well attended,
Tui: ladles of tho Central Union Mission,
No. 009 Pennsylvania avenue, nro proparing
to give a Thanksgiving dinner to tho poor.
Contributions aro to bo sent to tho mission
rooms on Wednesday afternoon or Thurs
day morulng.
Now's your tlmo. Pianos tunod for St
until Christmas. J, F, Lucas, G15 Ninth
street.
At a meeting of St. Andrew's Society last
night at tho Illggs House, tho following
coiumlttco woe selected to mako arrange
ments for a banquet on St, Andrew's Day:
Mr. John Gibson, W. It. Smith, Thomas
Somcrylllc, John II. Small and John Mc
Gregor, Suits to order, $23 and up. Klscman, 7 & E.
The T. M. nealy Branch of tho Irish Na
tional League met last night, when It was
reported that Hon. A, M. Kcllcy, who had
been Invited to lecture, had accepted tho In
vitation, and would deliver a lccturo hero
between December 10 aud 23 for tho benefit
of tho Parliamentary fund.
Child Newmarket overcoat. Llscmau,7&E.
CoitA A. E, Kooehs and J, Webb Rogers
have sold to John Caseell tho haudsomo
brownstono mansion, Io. 315 iour-and-a-Half
street, known as tho Purdy mauslon,
for $10,000.
At Hudden's now furniture and carpet
Installment house, U33 Seventh street north
west, furniture, carpets, ruggs, mats oil
cloths, matting, baby carriages and every
thing which a housekeeper requires to mako
homo pleasant and attractive nro sold on
tho Installment plan. Cull and buconvlncod
that ho sells on easier terms aud at lower
prices than any other man or Una In tho
installment business. Terms to uuit all,
Thamjboivino BEiivicr.s will bo held at
tbo West Sluct Presbyterian Church, West
Washington, to-morrow evening, at 7:30
o'clock, A sermon will bo dollvorod by
tho pastor, ltcv. Dr. Fullertou, who will
take for his subject "The Amorlcan Home,"
To Older, $5, pants, Klscman, cor, 7th & 15.
"The Catholic Family Annual" for 18S0,
Illustrated, has boon received by Mrs. D. A.
Urosiinn, 013 Ninth street northwest.
l'lnu "WIuch nml Mnuoi'v
Mr. Cluls. Xauder, the prominent wlno
incrrbant, U09 Seventh street northwost, has
ircelvcd nil oxtru lluu Invoice, of puro wlnoi
and liquors especially for Thanksgiving
eoclablte. His domestic wines, mado by
him from cholto brands of grapos, aro con
ceded by thousands who buyo eujoyod them
to l.o tho best flavored goods In this
country.
Itrnriingo IAvcuni'H.
Maiilago licenses have been lutucd as fol
lows! GcorgoE, Allinau and Cecelia A.
Clnlfinord; John E. Ksputa of this rlty
and Maty Jnmeson of Cluules County', Mil,;
John E. Mason of King George County,
Mil,, and Knto K. Henry of this city;
Horace Brown of Froderick, Mil., nud
fc'uenniiah Matthews of diaries County,
Md.
4-
Tlio AkciI ll'omi'ii'H Jlonio.
Tho annual report of tho Agod Women's
Homo for Urn last fiscal year stutea that tho
rccoinmodiitious nro for thirteen old women
uuablo to provldo themselves with
homes. Tlio Instltulloii Is supported by
charity, and iceclvcil last joar $1,039,50
ficiu various sources,
Men's 4 button cutaway suit. Elseman,7&E
THE THANKSG1VI8Q DINNER.
Scnsniinblo llilllilia to , rouiiil Intlio
CM)- Aliirlmls.
Tho city markets or llllcil almost to
bursting with "good things" for Thanks
glllug Day, for tho Thanksgiving dinner Is
by common conent regarded as the groat
festlvo event of tho year, and tho providers
for this great city have, by no moans, neg
lected their duty. Hundreds of turkeys,
llanktd by as Minn? chickens nnd ducks,
with quail, rabbits, plovers, pheasants and
squabs guarding tbo rear, aro seen hanging
from tho great hooks on tho stalls, Piles of
apples, batrcls of cranberries, Jnrsof mlnco
inint, pjratnldsof iiumpklns allanuouiico
tbo fact that Thanksgiving Is near. Tho
delicacy of tho poultry stalls this week Is
tho fat and toothsomo spring turkey, for
which tho demand has Increased to equal
the supply. At 1(1 and 18 cents n pound,
the price Is n lit tic lower than last week.
Young chli kens can bo obtained at from
fiO cents toil a pair. Old fowls aud do
mestic ducks bring from 75 cent to $1,23
a pair. Oceso aro $1 and $1.25 each; squabs,
TO (tnls n pair, (lomo becomes more plen
tiful as cool weather approaches, and this
wtik finds the game stalls submerged with
game In tho seasonable varieties. Wood
cock, nt $7.50 a dozen, aro much In demand.
Quail Is from $2.60 to $3 n dozen. Grnttso
arc $1.25 a pair. Jack snipes, at $2.50 n
dozen, aro scarce, Pheasants are $1.23 a
pair. King nick plovers aro $3.50 a dozen.
Small, jtliow plovers nro $3, Wild turkey
Is 15 ( cuts n pound, Wild geeo nre$l and
$1,25 each. ltabblls nrc-0 and 23 cents
nud squirrels 10 and 15 cents each. Duck
ing on tho lower Potomac Is said to bo very
lino and canvass backs can bo bought for
$2X0 and $3 n pair. Widgeon nro TO cents
and mallards $1 a pair. Itcd hoads aro In
excellent condition, at $1.23 to $1.50 n pair,
lllue-wlng are 75 cents, and lluttcr-b.ill, u
small duck, Is 60 cenUn pair. Spoonbills
nio 75 cents n pair.
VEOETAlU.ia.
'Iho usual attractive nud tempting ap
pearance of Hie vegetable stalls tills morn
ing was not lacking 111 variety. Stalks of
delicate and Juicy celery hung from tho
racks In profusion. Largo puriilu egg
plants from u seemingly Inoxhaustlblo crop
were as plentiful asevcr, while tho green
leaves of Maryland cabbage nud the white
headset cauliflower glistened and sparkled
with tho early morning dow. Celery Is
plentiful, nud tho erlp nud tender bunches
may bo had as low as six stalks for 33ceuts,
though the choice Is 8 and 10 cents a st.dk,
Brussell sprouts are becoming scarce, and
the price lios advanced to 50 cents a quar
ter peck. Largo white heads of eaullllovver
are in tu n m ueiuana lor cnovv-cnon awl
pickling purposes at 15 nud 23 cents n
pound, spinach Is pleutlful nt 25 cents a
j tck. Cucumbers four w ceks ago could bo
nought as low as 12 cents n dozen. Tho
luiuis quoted on about ono dozen Boston
liat-hnuse cucumbers, somewhat smaller
limn the usual slzo on Engel Brothers' stall
this morning, was 40 cents apiece. Thoy
were not much In demand.
Eggplants nro cheap, and aro 5 and 10
cents each. Limn beans, very flno, aro 15
cents n quart, Butter beans, snap anil
shelled beans aro each 40 cents a quarter
peck, Fall pens aro very scarce', only a
few being In market at 60 cents a peck.
Cvmllugs have advanced to 20 cents n
dozen. Firm heads of -Maryland cabbage
aro 5 aud 10 cents carli, whllo the dark
putplo and red Northern cabbage Is from
JO to 25 cents n head. Early roso potatoes
nro 25 cents n peck. Sweet potatoes aro
from 20 to 30 cents a peck. Ilurr nrtlchokcs
aro from 25 to 40 cts, a plcco; "Jerusaloras"
aro 25 eeiitu a half-peck. Charlottes, for
seasoning, are 20 cents a quart. Chlckory
and water-cress, for garnishing, are each a
tents n bunch. Cranberries lire 15 cent, a
quart. Turnips nro 30 cento n peek. Pars
nips aro 20 cents n half-peck. Beds are 5
cents a bunch. Pnrsloy und mint nro 5
cents ub'Micli. Leeks, somewhat resembling
In appcarnuco bunch onions, nro 15 cents a
dozt-u. Spanish onions are four for 25ceuts.
risir.
Though tho BUpply of fish on tho flsh
stalls this morning was more abundant than
for several weeks past, the quotations re
main unchanged, llolllug rock improves
with tho advance of tho seasou, and nro
now iu prime condition at 15 cents a pound.
Taylors from tbo lower Potomac aroarrlving
in great quaulltlts, nml aro much lu demand
at 12) cents n pound, Salmon or lako trout
Is 121 cents a pound, Sllvery-grny Spanish
mackerel is n delicacy at 35 cents n pouud.
Boston fresh mackcicl, small lu size, nro 10
cents each. Pomplnos, ono of the most
delicious members of tho lluny tribe, Is be
coming scaico at 40 cents a pound. Whllo
perch nro plentiful nt 10 and 20 cent" each,
according tu size. Bluo llsh nro somewhat
Hiircc, and are 15 cents n pound. PIko Is
12 cents; black sea-bass 15, nnd halibut 20
cents n pound.
fchcepsliead, nicely biolled, with garnish
lngs and Mavumolslng dressing, is n de
licious breakfast dish, Shccpshead aro
plentiful at 25 cents a pound, lted-suanper,
n plnklsh-colorpd llsb, about the ordinary
slzo of tho rock, Is 15 cents a pound.
Sturgeon, llouudcrs, codfish and haddock
nro each 10 cents n pound. Cooked lobstor
Is 12 and 15 cents a pouud. An Increased
demnnd for terrapins nnd turtles Is ro
ported. Green turtlo Is 20 cents nud snap
ping turtle is 15 cents a pouud. Dlamond
liack tcriaplns, largo size, aro $.21 u dozen.
Southern terrapins aro $15 nnd bull terra
pins $2.50 n durcn. Soft crabs uro$l and
Lard crabs 25 cents a dozen. C!am3 aro 10
cents a dozen. Oysters aro 25 cents a
matt.
rnwr.
Tho scarcity of fruit continues. Thodo
crcaso in tho general supply is becoming
more noticeable. Mellow and Juicy applos,
tho most delicious of all fruits, is now tho
delicacy of the stalls. The apple season
Is about at its height, nnd the supply, both
In Niiautlty and quality, Is said to surpass
that of many seasons past. Among tho
several varieties now coming to tho market
nio thoNoithcrn Spy, Seeks, Spltzcuburgs,
lthodo Islond Greenings, Ben Davis, Town
Sweeps, Sheep's Nose, Crauberry Pippins
nnd Maiden Blush, tho prlce3 of which, ac
cording to quality, varying from 25 to 40
cents a peck. Grapes, as yet, continue,
plentiful. Malaga grapes aro 25 cents a
pound, Delavvaroaud Cataw ba grapes, In
live-pound boxes, nro 50 cents a box, Cali
fornia Tokays, lu flvo-pouud boxos, ore
$1,25 a box. Concords, though not plenti
ful, remain at 10 cents a pound. Rebeccas
nro 25 cents a pouud. The only variety of
pears In the market Is tho Lawrence, tho
pcarcttv of which has advanced tho nrlco to
$1,25 a peck, California Bartletts may bo
had at fruit stores at 5 and 10 cents each.
Juicy nud sweet seedless Florida oranges
aro 35 nnd 40 cents a dozen. Florida
lemons nro from 35 to 50, and Mcssluo
lemons 25 to 30 tents a dozen. Limes nro
CO ccutB a dozen, Damsons aro 10 cents a
quart. Italian chestuuts aro 25 cents a
pound.
MEATS.
Tho quotations of meats romaln un
changed. C'holco porter-house steak Is 25
cents a pound, Sirloin Is 20 cents nud round
steak 15 cents n pound. Lamb Is In very
flue condition nt 20 cents a pouud for hind
quarter and 15 cents for foro-quarter. Veal
varies from 121 to 20 cents a pouud. Tho
cutlets ate 20 and 25 cents and chops 15 nud
20 cents a pouud. Soup moats are 4 and 10
cents n pound, Sweetbreads aro 30 aud 10
cents nud lamb fries 10 cents a pair.
llUTTElt AND EOOB.
Philadelphia print butter Is 45 cents a
pouud, Choico New York 40 cents and
fair 35 cents. Pennsylvania creamery Is 35
cents n pound, Maryland butter, to bo had
from tho country venders, is 25 and 110 cents
a pound. Cooking nutter, gooil, is 3U cents
a pound. Eggs aro 3(1 cents a dozen.
I'liinltiirc, Cnrpt-tH, UlnnltctH,
Comforts anil general houso-furnUhlng
goods sold on easy weekly or monthly pay
ments nt John Smith's Installment House,
113 New Jersey nvtuuo northwost.
The remains of John H. Barnes, late
member of Covenant Lodgo, No, 7, wore
Cbcoitcd to this city, arriving yostordny
moiiilngnt 8 o'clock nnd ititcrrod lu liar
mouy Cemetery.
Pants to order, $5 and up. Elscunn Bros.
a
'r- Lccltuo to .liollioi'M,
Mrs. J.oulfo Pollock will deliver a free
lccturo to-morrow afternoon nt Oil) Eighth
slrcct northwest on tho subjoct: "why
the fundamental forms of sclcnco should
bo given as playthings to tho child." All
arc Invited,
"AliU-riii-y Dnlry Wiikhiim"'
Frosh Aldcrney butter, churned overy
morning and delivered In J lb, "Waul"
tirlnts, 45c, per lb. Also cottaTO cheoso;
buttermilk nnd sweet milk, 5c, per qt.
Cicaui, 15c, per pint,
a ma VAiti aoitixa.
Preparation liy tin, Yiililii--ltiii He
hrevv Coiiftrcgiitliiii
Somo tlmo ago a number of prominent
lltbrew merchants and citizens, Identified
Willi numerous chatllablo enterprise!, met
for tho purpose of Inaugurating steps fur
holding n grand fair, nominally under tho
auspices of Ilia Washington Hebrew Con
gre'gallon, but to lucludo other public
(ipliKcil citizens ns well. A preliminary
organization was e fleeted, and the follow
ing general commlltco of arrangements
selected:
"vlrssri. II. Itln-r, Jr., Slmnn Wolf, I. Hrrmin,
Sol. Illi bcr, V llllam Wolr. lhnll Berliner. Mm
Coin n, Lewis Abraham. Jlnrrls Clark, A. Her
man. Ailoluh Adlcr, H. N. Muycr. Isadoro Mks,
Dnvbl Ntmus-i, A. Knufmin, .1. 1'. llirmin, .
Mriiahiircir, Henry Strains, Oniric Ilauin, I,
l'ellhclmer nnd A. 1'lslicr.
Iho proposed fair will commenco Mon
day, January 23, 10. nnd contlnua two
weiks. 'llio Nntlonnl lllllcs' armory has
lccn cngagid for tho purpose, and actlvo
prcpaiatlous nio being made to place Its
success bevond doubt. A general meeting
will bo btfd this evening nt the rooms of tho
Concordia Club, on I, near Seventh street,
when the ihalrman of tho general commit
tee, Mr. II. King, Jr., will appoint tho sub
iiml auxiliary nld committees. So worthy
nn object as that In vlow by thoo In charge
of this enterprise should meet with all pos
sible piibllctncnuragemcnt, nud substantial
aid has already been nssurcd from various
quaitere, hero and elsewhere
Mlt. LVCAS' OVISIOS.
Tlu- Niitliiiiul Nut ii I.cnrjuo Club, Nor
"trill They lloOno.
Mr. Henry V. Lucas, ono of tho now di
rectors of tbo National Baseball League, on
returning to St, Louis, was Interview od by
tho (llobc-Democrat, and had tho following
to say concerning the Washington club,
which, If true, Is different from other pub
lished accounts:
"What nbout Washington being ndmlttcd
to n placo in tho League ?"
"So far as I know they havo not liecn nd
mlttcd. 1 enn not Imaglna what would lend
MnnngcrScanlon to thuik so, cither, Howas
not nt tho meeting nt all, aud tho only rcji
tcscntatlve of Ids club present was II. II.
Bennett, tho president. He enmo to mo und
said ho was an applicant for n placo lu tho
League should any vacancies occur, and
wanted mo to assist li I tu in the matter,"
"But Manager Scnnlon snj s that Washing
ton has been admitted In place of Provi
dence, nud that ho has secured lllncs, Car-
oil, Shaw and Dally of tho Providenco
Cluli, forucxt season."
'It don't mnko any dllTereuco what .Mr.
Ccnnlou has said, or may say. Washington
Is not, or neither will It be, next season nt
least, a League club."
"What about Buffalo?"
"Oh, they aro still In the League."
"Aro they to lenialnr"
"Well, 1 can't say too much on this sub
ject." Tlii VIcvvH of l''retl. !miElnHs,
An Elmlrn special to tho New York Times,
noting the arrival of Fred. Douglass at that
placo jestculay, also quotes him ns saying
In regard to appointments that Mr, Cleve
land appointed men to ofllco on account of
their Illness fey tho several places, tliclr
honesty of purpose and who strictly camo
within tho rules of tho Clvll-Scrvlco law.
They mny be called '.Mugwumps' or any
other iinme, but tho fact remains that thoy
aio good citizens nnd mnko good public
savants. "As far as I am concerned," ho
tnld, "I am not speaking for myself. I am
not u Cleveland appointee; I urn not n so
called "Mugwump." I am n hold-over ot
llccr, holding as n llcpubllcnn, nnd I can
never le any thing but a llcpubllcan. It Is
true Hint 1 rim holding ofllco uuder n Demo
cratic Administration, but I havo not asked
for my retention lu olllce, aud nut ready to
go any time,"
IHm't Full to Attend
tho great auction sale of Imported Kov
West and domestic cigars nt Williams it
Co.'s auction rooms, corncrTcnthstroet nud
Pennsylvania avenue, Wednesday, Novem
ber 25th, at 10 a. m., 2 and 7 p. m. Dealers
nnd smokers attend. Will Do offered hi
lots to suit.
FINANCIAL.
Kw York Ntock Ztlurkut.
Thd following tiavo been lurnlshod by .1,
Vnnio Lewis, bioker, bouthvvest corner Eighth
nud (I streets:
NAME,
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NAME. O.
1:10
Can Pacific...
51
15
51
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lot
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OS Omaha....
41
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sa -j turo 'Irani
S5-K! JBUjOri'K Hall.
3W
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Ills Ccn....
N JCen....
LMinro...
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107
117
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117
WW Tox & Pa.
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4,u racltla.
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Mn I'll-...
N West.,.
vv Mireisi
vv Union,
C'lilcngo .llnrki'tM.
Tho following summary IshyB. K. rialnJfc
Co., bt. Cloud biillUlus, Ninth and. F streets:
II.
Wheat Deo...,
Jan-..
Jlny...
Corn Dee...,
luu...
Nay..
Oats Deo..-.
Jnn...
May...
Tork Dec...
Jnn .
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aid
uu
1010
IOCS
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on.
II, K. Plain A Co., bt. Cloud building, fur
nishes tho following oil quotations: Closed
yulcrdny, 01i. Opened today, W; hlghost,
WJ4i lowest. Vtoi; 2:15, OJJfi. '
"VViihlilngton Ntocl.'H.
Tho following nro tlio closing quotations of
tbo Wnshlncton Stuck ExelmnKo to ilayna fur
nished by Jlessra. Towers & Ureen, bonkers:
mu.
Washington & Georgetown stock
Washington & OcorKOtovvn bonds lit
Metropolitan stock lonfi
Columbia stock , 'M
North Capitol and O street 15
Aimcostln II
Washington City Gaslight Co 40i
(icoigetown (Janllght Co , 4.74
1 Irijnen'H Insurance Co I
Franklin Insurance, Co i
National Metropolitan Insurance Co
National Union InsnraucoCo P
Arllnetou Insurance Co 1 15
Coieornn lusurnucoCo
Columbia Insiirauco Co 11$
(icrinuu-Amcrlcnii Insurance Co 130
l'otomae. Insurance. Co 43
Itlj-'Ki Insurance Co ll
lloaidof I'ubtlo Works Green 8s ("1
M nsnnlo Hall tmiuli 10:1
n'asblnatou Muiket Co. stock 19i
" " " bonds 103
Inland und Seaboard Co. stock
" " " bomls 0J
Washington Brick Machine Co. stock WW
Hank of WiHiliiKtnn n
Hank of Wiuhlnnton :i'l
Nutlonnl Metropolllan Hank 1J3
National Hank of the Itepubllu
Farmers' and Mechanics' National Hank,
Georgetown br0
Citizens' National Hank 107
hvcond National Hank 10 j
Central National Hank
(,'ient 1'nlU linCn tl-
He al Lstato Tltlo Insurnuco Co im)l
I'ciins) Ivanln Ti'lephono Co IS),
iiicMiiiciinu ,v roiomau TUieiiuouu e,u....
ll.M.LlciHliil.lehtCo BOHJ
WushliiKton Lliiht Infantry, lt mgo M
" " " Sd ,r 73
The demand for Washlugton gas stock Is
still active and over 100 shares sold on tho
board today at40L Enough stock to mako
n quotation, 25 shares, was offcied at tho
closo ut 40.
imi:i.
KTOVBIt On November 21, 1S85, at 2.10 n,
in., nt liur i wMmico, SiftJ II street northwost,
Mrs. II A. Mover, wife of Iho late Solomon
btuver.
Funeral f i om her Into rosldouco, Wudnos
day, Sflth Instant, utll o'clock n. m. Friends
nro tordlally Invited to ntlend.
W. B. SPEARE,
XJ3SriDES,T-A.E:B3R, ,
OlO r BTItECT llonTHWEiT,
Everything strictly flrst-ulass und on tho
most reasonublo terms. (Camp Chairs to hlro
for all occasions.)
At'Gi'ST uritnixMtr,
Fl IINI81IINU INDIIUTAKKn.
No, SlBl'tnna. nvo n, w., bet. ad und i Bti.
Everything Hint class.
41
Ml,!
UiMiUS
old ,u
101, jiui
tit mill
I.. o.
us m2
OIK 0IU
4ih ml
ate :hi2
UO4 3'jU
2SW SZ
si ssrt
naik ai$2
o a) o ao
10 uys'to is
10 C3 10 05
ois osux;
027. 030
If vc wcro to nnuotitico new gwili
nml dcBcrlbo llicm every ilay Hint we
rccclvo llicin, wo would rciitilro the
best portion of Tin: CittTic. Tlio ox
trcmo styles of Overcoats nro tlio
Covert Goat
omo cnll llicm Cover Coats.
Tlicy nro cut short collar of coat of
same goods wllh largo lnp senms; hut
the correct Idea Is In tho hack, which
looks ns though It wcro a slzo or two
lnrgc. The Bhouldors fit nicely, so
docs 11m front; hut to got thesa backs
to " 'Aug," ns Iho cockney says, Is nn
nr. "Wo hnvo llicm correct. The
CAPE GOAT
In Kerseys nnd Scotch Chariots nro now
not here; becauso wo had a few last
season the former looks llko a livery,
tho latter llko tho Irish landlords' coats
wo nro accustomed to sco on tho stago;
hut they nro stylish; so, of course, vvc
havo thcnia Tho
Grand Duke,
an elegant storm coat, mado of Crom
Wu'h finest coating, luxuriously lined,
nnd having fur collars and culls, arc
also among tlio new things. Uy nctual
count wo havo 400 Overcoats, from $113
to 50; from 133 down to 7 wo count
by tho thousand. Wo h arc
SURT0UTS
in fifteen grades; 15 is as low as wo
havo litem; then 18, two styles at
20, two at 22, two styles at 23, two
styles at)?!30, two at 33, two at 30 and
one at 05. When a style of garment
is in demand wc don't havo ono stylo of
it, hut a dozen styles.
Speaking of Overcoats reminds us
of the other goods on this floor
moro
SMOKING JACKETS
AND BOW NS
than all Iho stores in Washington Cqm
blued. Those wo havo now aro tho
useful kind; thoso elaborate ones that
arc used for holiday gifts; the kind
'9
lhat makes your father, brother or
husband rcscmblo tho "Mikado" in
gorgcousucss, will bo hero In duo time.
Then wo have tlio agency of it now
wriuklo In
FUR COLLARS
for Overcoats. They can bo attached
or detached to au overcoat In a mlnuto;
much better idea than tho old way of
putting them on. Prico, 3.50 to 10,
according to quality. "Wo havo just
so
styles of Ovcrcoots in men's and
youths' sizes. Thoy aro in our storo.
Thoy exist in fact; uot on papor alono,
as most of tho Mammoth Stocks you
sco announced do. Is it worn by any
onea stylo of. coat wo havo It wo
havo tho old-stylo Wing Coats Capes
tho real old Ulsters, tho' latter un
doubtedly tlio king of weather deflers
it's becauso wo cater to tho peoplo
(lint wo keep so largo a variety.
Saks & Company,
I'hitlro Third Tloor devoted to Over
garments; take clovator.
300 to 308 Seventh St.
BXTRAOltDINAIIY SALE!
-1
KID OTIS,
Tlio Celebrated Paris Mako of
"PH. COURVOISIER,"
-AT
The " Bon Marche,
Commencing
MONDAY, NOV. 23.
Remember, please, thai, unllko
others, wo never advcrllso u bargain
unless wc havo a largo quantity to sell,
and thus arc, as a rule, in a position to
continue our sales as advertised during
tho entire week.
' Wc havo for some tlmo past been
negotiating for this lot of Kid doves.
At Inst wo wcio fortunalo in obtaining
samo at our own price, and, intending
to sell llicm as fast as posslblo, tho
price has been fixed at a flguro which
haicly covers tho cost of duty on im
portation. Jlcad tho Following 'Carefully
i , 4
r J,
ISO; oki:n
Celebrated
HTM (11 on
juioiui mum
Kid Gloves,
8, 10 and 12-Button Lengths,
In Drab, Ollvo, Hrown, Navy and Dark Gar
net; sizes 5J t 0, CM. CK, 6i und 7; for
iner prices, $2.35, S3 and S3.K,
AT THE UNirOItlt
PRICE ,$1.25 EACH.
-AT-
The "Bon Marche"
316-318 Seventh St, N. W,
STRICTLY ONE PRICE,
CSTOn Wednesday Uvcnlng, No
vember 2!i, this Storo will bo opou
iiutli 10 o'clock.
IIP
THE LONDON BAZAR,
No. 715 MARKET -SPACE.
(tiring In llir InrtKMMicr jr t)i vrmtlim-, llio (Irmiil OponliiR uC Ilia MIN
IMIS IIA.Ml villi l,u riiiitlnitiil
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, Novcmbor 24 and 25,
WITH A
Novol ad Brilliant Display of Millinery, Cloaks, Ladies'
Furnishings, Hoslory, GIovob and Panoy Goods.
STILES TUB UTEST. DESIGNS Tl BEST,
SPECIALTIES.
Mllt1lM Y.ltK-.ll fUm.trt.
7lirilYH4 nt O renin mr Oiincr.
(IliltMANTOWN WOOIr-Twnllunrniiriir 10r Alo flimr (Jillllltlo.
ItMllIIOIllimV Klllu IHU'nt)nirli.rrii. Sold uNmvlmro ill 10c.
Vv tflUad agrttnl bvlttlitn toonrnwmlncon MONDAY. Novumlicr 21.
0r Mwtn rtmrli Im mt Mttmll rniflti, Niuara Ucnllugs nml Courtcoui
Tuotwwt. Wtrwlii)CKl ymitttho
ZLiOIETIDOlsr BAZAB,
IIILXlMtLAllTllltM KOII H. IUJA l.NH,
715 rMTGwcQcolj Snpaoo.
SPECIAL SALE
-AT-
KING'S PALACE,
814 Seventh Streot Northwest.
OuIiir to tlir llnrliiinrdnrMfif the Bon.nn wo will Inii(iinitoTlil lVrok
A SPECIAL CLOAK SALE !
WK WILL OfVRn TIIK rnLtiOWlKO OOODHl
l".lBiint llrrllnnnd IHhroiihI cunmrliflu nt $(!, $7. ttlniul $111.
ltnlnn Clrculiint lit i11, $nniiil$10.
rii'iil 1'IiikI, .'imlniit30, 3n, $2Rnndt3u.
Klrffmil Vlllpmit $n, $10 nnd tin.
Clillilrrn'M nnd IIr' Ilnvrlorliii niul Ncr market ut i)3, 91, $S, 0 unit 7.
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
Villi Hill' orltlriUniiil fiinry VlllKlil 17, 3d, rtft, 40, Iff, AD nml 1.1 ct.
l'liiinmiit rt7,(l7nnd 7.1c nml il. IVIl Until lit IS, flH nnd 7 und $1.
TrliuiiiliiE Vnti rln, In nil rolnra.nl s:lcninl $1 unit i)l,'M.
Tljuiit !i."l, no mid 7.1c ,or liiincli.
llli-RnnlKId fllni, -t-lliillom, nt 7.1c nml $1.
J.urKO iirlinriil of l'lulii unit l'n in) ltlliliontnt 10, 1.1, 30 nml SBciioryd.
Our exhibition this wool: will comprise tho largest assort
ment ever shown south of Now York !
Do Not Tull to Call nnd lntpcvt tlio Woinlcrfut Hlmwliiit llufora I'lireltajliis Hliowlicrc.
KING'S PALACE,
814 Seventh Street Northwest.
SEAL SKIM WnAPS.
VSAsv
v unn vm win
.1
UUfl.
Seal Skin Sacques,
37 Inches to CO Inches loiu,', from 8100 to f 2M.
Seal Viaites,
rinlu, I.ynx, 1'ox nnd Skunk Trimmed.
Seal Ulsters,
Plush Ulsters,
Plush Visites,
Plush Sacques,
ALL AT NEW Y011K I'ltICr.3,
Rporlnl lot oT CT.OT1I NKAV.IIAlt
Kl.TS direct from llurtlu.
I.iiiIIuh, MImch' nud Children's rum
in OMiryvurlety.
arntlumuii'H Driving und 'Wlillillis
1'ur Cuh.
CurrliiKo Holies, Gloves nud Uiiunt
lclu. TliofjirRCst anil best Bclcctod Stock over
exhibited lu this city.
WILLETT & RUOFF
Hatters and Furriers,
905 Pen -n.ei. -T7-o.
HOTELS AMD RESTAURANTS,
JL.JMLJL.1SF&,
310 NINTH ST. N. IV.
mm: ahno,
J lMli bt bet I anil K sts n w.
This new nnd elegant hotel flat homo Is
nowoiien for tlio tcccptlon of guoits. It Is
lmiulBiimely furnished nnd steum heated
tliroiiKhout, luu Inc nil tho aiipolntmeiits of n
first .class hotel, l'artles can seeurosultes with
jirl vntermrlois ami bath, or sliiKloioomstsullu
bio for tlioso elcslrliiK retired nud luxurious no
tomineHlatlons). Kleetrlei bells nnd nwn llro
places In o cry room. Tolonliono station lu tho
house. Jlcals served tiitiloil hoto and n la
cuilo, Location llnest Intlio city; convenient
to tho IJeiuirtineuts and b.iuks.
WELOKER'S NEW HOTEL,
7!i:t, ?.!, sa? IStli Ht, X. w.
EUllOrEAN TLAN.
Ilcstaurant a la Carlo.
WASHINGTON, I), C.
TIL rnLTCU,
THE EBBITT:
WASIIINQTON, D. 0.
AHMY !t NAVY EEADQUABTERS.
lotit iiio.N rniK Lsarus
Ti:itMS"$:).00 nnd $1,00 per Dny.
AltltlTTllOUbK.
HUHOl'EAN TLAN.
1'cunsylvant.i OTonuo, nenrl'ourtconlli streot,
Speclnl rates fur Hummer .Months.
GUNTON HOIJSi:, 7 'I'll AND 1 STS.
u w; flrst-clasi table boanl nud laiira
moms at reusoiiabloiatos; location central.
WM.O.WAYJAIH. l'loiirletor, jyll-tf
D LUltCU'JlAN I'LAN,
Sixth Btrcet nnd rrnnsylvniilii nvonno.
L, WOODIIUltY, ITunrlotor.
THE LOSBKAM,
1323 T Street N. W , Opp. tlio EbUtt,
AVAKHINOTON, I), 0.
(Tho Clarendon, SaratoKa Springs, N, Y.)
U, I.OSUKAf, l'roiirlotor.
MILLJNEF1Y .GOODS.
A PEW SPECIALTIES.
1 'Inured l)rcs fKxxls, fo per yd.
ltciniiuntH if Hii-i'iliiKsnt half nrlco.
Double Wld Hi L'nuluneru, li)(c.
Ynnl-wldo Cashmere, MOci rcJuced from
!Z", nil colors.
Ilcuiy nll-iofil Twilled rinnnel, 21o.
Sntln Illicit hturfs, nuw Ktyles, .'lo.
All-wool Laillcn'C'lotli, M In. wldo, T5e.
'llio IiikI iiiilniindiirod slilrl In rlly,
llnoii lioHiini, ilouhlu ro-i'iiforeiMl front
und liiieli, COe, ut
I, Xolmer & Biu,
Kew IDry and Fancy Gscds House
Una 7th si., Iict. I. nml Mn. v.
MME. WASHINGTON,
HvTocOlato,
007 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Drokfcs Eleenntly mado In Iho Lateit Stylos
by Kimt-clnKH Artists. Tnllor-mado Suits n
Siieclalty. Ilrcsioi. Clonks and Mantlos Cut.
Kitted nud )raicd nt ltcasonablo I'rlncs. All
Work Uono with rromptucss nnd Fully (luar
nntrcd, KOl'.'-Sm
iiMir.oitur. ivniTi:.
LADIES' TA1LUK AM) HAlIIT-MAKEIt,
7i)(i Seventeenth Street Northwost,
Will mnko IjhIIcs' lircises, etc., durliiR 8ci
teml'er and October nltho following iirleon:
Cloth Cokliimcs, Ijnlles' own maU'rluli, 319;
Coats, SI0; Newmarkets, 81!; Ileatrlco, JIM;
llldlnR lliiiilts, SIS; SHU Costumes, SI.1; Even
ing llcccptlon Uresses, etc., JIH nnd upward;
Cloth Costumes, everjllilni: fnrnlihvil, from
810; other carments corrosimndlnvly. Sporbil
nttintlonto WeilillnR Outf.li, In which .Mr.
Wlilio bus mailo n creat sui-ccss. CutUnc nnd
FltlhiL'. l'alttrns Hindu to order, ultf
Black Dress Goods, Embroldorio3,
Lacos nnd Trimmln(3.
710 MAllKET Sl'AOK, WAH111NQTON, D, 0.
II 1,1, HTUCIL Ol"
Under'wear
l'or Ladles, ClJldreii and aentlcioen.
WM. R. RILEY,
Ililey ltiillilliiK. Cor. Oili mpI K WU.ii.w
INSURANCE.
VSWW, VN "v
ANGLO-AMERICAN
Insurance Co.,
No. 629 F STREET N. W.,
vahiiim;to.v, n. v,
Zasixo
Fhe and Marino Policies
FIREMEH'S INSURAHCE" GO
Cluirlered liy t'liiiBics, 1HB7.
Capital. $200,000, Snriilas, $184
-orrioiii-
NllW SUILBUIO, N, E, Oor, brMtk Itml
ocd LonU'on AiitM,
AL1I1UITA WILSON. rrMMiml.
TIIDS. I'AIIKI It, I. . ITuMuul.
', W. IIDWAUII, Kn'n-lnrr,
It. II. HAZAIIII. A..t bouV
Natal JIclropoliluD Fire Ids. to.,
OKI I'll. Ale. N, W,, Wli.lilliKtnn, II. C.
UAbll CAl'lTAL, f 100,000.
EDWAUU CLAIUC, 1'res.
SAMUEL CI10SS, Svo'y. ul "
GiiocnniEs,
Kuw lluckwhont,
NewYorkSlnto.
Jlnplo Syrup,
l'rom Cold Storage, Vermont.
Cicoincrv lliillor,
Extrn Choice Klaln ami York Btnto,
Crnulicrrloi,
Iilnlngn Grapcii,
Dclnwnro Ornpcs,
Concoril Ornj-cs,
New Figs,
Extra Lnrjjo Cano Cod.
Larno Cluitcrs.
B-pounil Hash ds.
tO-poutd flaskets.
Extrn Layers.
Extra Larso and Modlum.
Kew Prunes,
Princess Paper SJicll Almnneh,
83 cents per round.
Door Mnts,
Very low. Laro Assortment.
Parlor Hugs, .
Itlch l'atloriw.
All Sizes.
Feather Dusters,
Clnciunntl Sugnr-cnrcel Ilnms,
13 Cents per Pound.
Stigur-cureel Drenkfust Uacon,
Small Strips.
Potato Chips,
Always l'resli nnd Crisp.
Mnntlhcllng Java ColTco,
Dollclous.
Extra Nuw Mackerel,
Small Package).
Orccn Pens,
Extra choice. Natural color.
Frcsli-inaelu Ciuulics,
Just In.
Oinlutm 'Wiifcrs,
Superior Quality.
PtcEcrves.
l'uro I'mll nnd Sucar (wnrrnntcl).
In pint Rhus Jars. lOOtloz. Only
$.liO per doz. Great bargain.
Elphonzo Youngs,
GROOER,
428 Ninth Street, bet. D and E.
i:ncin:i,rH pajuly ta,
(Hpi Ins Leaf)
AtDOCENTSAl'OUNI). Onlynt
i:i885 V Street.
JIAltllOUK & HAMILTON,
Wholnsnlo
l'lour, Wlno nnd Groeory Hrerclmnts'
CM to 010 I'ennti. Avenuo.
FINANCIAL.
J. r. Hihli. T. L. ( rnplfy. F. II. Shafor.
WALSH, OROPLEY & OO.,
1410 1' SI. (niomrltiilldlni:),
BANKER8 & BROKERS,
Stocks, Grain, Provisions & Petroleum.
Mart-Ins from 1 per cent, upward to suit,
llliei t pilvnlo wlris to New York, chtuueo
and Philadelphia, llruneli olllce, U1M Otli
st li w (Unntou DillldliiB).
J. VANCE LEWIS,
BEOKHE.
Stocks, Grain, Provisions
and Oil.
I.o Uriilt lliilldliiK, lilghlh nnd r Hts.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
liy n special nrrnnecment with tho "Now
York Ot en Hoards" I; enn uxccutn orders In
Stocks und drain up to 10 u. in., end for that
puriHiso my oRU o will bo open In tho ovcnlng
from" to 10 o'cluek.
Trades In from 10 to 100 shares of Stook nnd
from l,OtoB,1 liuthcls of drain placod on
the "Open Honrils." on a marelii or 1 per cent,
or inoi e, mid no llnhlllty liorond the inarj;l
ileiiosllul; JlOMlllluiy 10 shares of StocKor
l,'Uliiihels of drain.
Triulos of not less than 100 shares of Stock
or D.uo huslicls of drain placed on tlio lobu
lar Exchniico on n innrKin of S per coat.
Lun.-o unit Small Quantities strictly on
Commission. Constant quotations over ray
prlmto ruf, nnd ordeis oxceutol and re
ported In from -' tu D mtnuti's
,1. VANUI1 I.l'.WIS.
CAMPBELL & CO,,
Stook, Qraiu, Provision and Potro
loum Brokora,
1 ISO I'UNNA. AVK. (UiMtnlm.)
DIIIECTWIItr.TONEVVYOItK & CIIICAQO
Wo IMTrr l'lrst-Oliiss O l'r Cent. Ilonds
fur IiiiokIiikiiI, Which Wo pun
ltccoiiiiiimid to I'ur.om Wishing
Mm li Soourllles.
Fpcil.it attention RUcii to Pepartnientnl
nml other Uolleellon... liuy nml sell United
States lionds nud All UUtrlct Securities. Wo
Iikuo
UltAlTS AND CIIICUMU I.K1TEI18 OV
CltEIIlT ON ELltOPE ANU THE EAST.
TOWERS & GREEN,
mi. uua i' sTitmrr noutiiwkst,
Waihlnston. D. O.
B. K. PLAIN & CO.,
3BKOICIDES
Grain, Proviaions, Potroloum
nnd Stocks,
HT. CI.OUI) lllllLIIINO.IITII 1' STS',
WMURKton, I). O.
(!Urtrric-NHthiBal Hank of tho Ito
CWswrn (imlHlit-MILMI;i, 110D-
(VaUI aooUUosM of Iho CM ago nml
MowYoni wwm Inw alreet pnratulros.
V. II. I.ILLKY. T- A. KKNUIU.
F. B. LILLEY & CO.,
IIAXKKMII AMI imOKKItiJ.
Kooka, Baadj, Qmis, Prorlibns and
PiUoleum.
it k irrtuanvM. w.. wahuinuton, b. o.
Htwk4 OCkAMo. I iouth llulllluy street,
BMltrntr.
Something low.
(ItimVtiwtliw lllMr-MltMil and J'nvrlopo
niu, of all , la Uum of j-.m, lev, xo,
' 'nrani"ll, Knvel.iW.
Will Wlhl In I' .-la
WIHiTlt"d In . ',
Tb lWvUkD tlnuip MllUii ndstnofils-
' ' llitiNi.rY. rkuyinuo.
Colt Ait. (or WwUUyjUia and Alouadrto.

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