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TNB WASHINGTON CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER J, 1885.
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WASHINGTON CRITIC
vj'ATJii;it txinr.iTioxa.
Tor llio Middle Atlantic States, folr
vcathcr, followed ly licnl rains or llglit
fiums, winds shlftlni! tn southerly nml
then liecoinliiR variable: Might rlfto In tem
perature, followed (Hiring Saturday nlj;!it
by colder weather.
Kor Saturday Light mow nml threaten
Inj; weather nro Indicated for Now Dighiiut
nml llioiiotllicrn portion of tlio Mlilillo At
lantic States, nml locnl rains nro Indicated
fortlio southern portion of tliu .Mlilillo At
lantic States nml tlio Ohio vulley.
Tlirrnioiiti'trr Itrnillng.
Thermometer rcndlugs for December I,
lSfflt 3 n. m., iB".3j 7 n. m., 31,5; 11 n, tn.,
Il.3. December its .Menu temperature,
38" 3) maximum, -IS3.8: minimum, 3IP.0;
mean relative humidity, C.".3j toUil prcclpl
lotion, Inappreciable.
AMUSKMVXTS.
At lurou's Harlow, Wlliotwt Uniikln'sMln
MrcK National-Jllnnlo Jtaddcm In "In Spite of
Foiiti's-Ilyrndoodwlti In "81."
llnroo's "Tlio Mlkndo."
Hum MfsmM Loulio Arnot nml Company.
TllltATIlK CiHIUJUE Joillllo Klljfcl Mid Ko-
msile -Mlnalrilw.
GIT1' SVlWlAr.H.
TrutiMt Ti'iinhI Ti'Hhm!
All pbjslclam In Washington luilorso tlio
llnlley Truss. 1'rlco 3, nt 55 M Btrect.
Ladles should consult Jlrs. llallcy nt her
leslditicc, 1103 Llghtccntli street.
court nr.voni).
ClIlCflT Ccil'tIT No. 1 Jintlco Co.
Mnnrs it Kemper vs. llchrcml; JitiljmciiL
by ilefutilt. Louphorii vs. KckloIT; samo
ntllou. Majeo vs. (llffnnl it Connoll;
pnme fiction. Maxwell s. Shlpinaii ct al;
death of ilcfcmlnut Low In siiKucsteil. Win
ter vs. Keating; judgment confessed.
United Stntcs vs. Grunt A llooil; on
trial.
CmcuiT CouitT No. 2 Justice Merrick.
AVInstoii it Co. vs. Datniiintiii; jmlgment
by default. Neltzy vs. llnltlmoro fc 1'oto
mac Hnllroad Company; on trial.
rquiTT Couht No. 2 Justice Ilngncr.
WortlilliKlon vs. llandnll; refcrenco to
nudltor to elnto truslee'snccount. Lord vs.
O'Donnoliuc; Johauunli .Mulcrow mado
party complainant, llooovs. I'eter et.nl.;
iro confesso ncnlnst certain defendant,
-opirn vs. Llntlilcum; salu decreed and Job
IJaruanl appointed trustco to sell. Al
brlchtvs. llnnllsty; (leorgo Williams ad
mitted as party defendant. Hamilton vs.
(Irabnm; appearance of nhscnt dcfeudatit
ordered.
1'hoiute Couht Justlco Hngncr Kstnto
of Mary J. Wright; snventto tlio will llled.
In ro Charles K. Hunt (minor); order ap
pointing Linlly K. Hunt guardian; bond
S1.CC0. Estate of Timothy Sands; will tiled
for probate and record, lstuto of llobert
J. Douglass; petition of Mary M. Douglass
for letters. Lstato of U. II. Schley; letters
Issued to Charles I.. Dullols; bond $20,000.
Jtnto of John T. Newton; letters granted
to Ailclo J. Newton; bond $100. Lstato of
Charles I'ctltfcls; order of publication.
Lstato of Joseph II. llcrron; J. Whit Ilcr-
on appointed administrator; bond $10,000.
L'statc of John 11. Brooks; administrator
ordered to sell personalty. In ro Catherine
E. Huyeraan; citation ltsucil against guar
dian. Tstatoof David Koach; letters Is
sued to Honora Roach; bond $100.
I'olicc Coi'UT Judgo Snail. Frank
Johnson, colored, assault; $5 or in da)s.
(leorgo Johnson, colored, larceny; contin
ued. Ella Williams, colored, larceny; in
days In jail; Frederick Williams, colored,
assault; $20 or 00 dajs. Dick Smith, col
ored, threats of personal violence: $300
bonds or six months in Jail. Ocorga
'Ihompkins, eolored, vagrancy; 00 days.
LOCAL JUUVl'S,
A bid of $8.00 per foot has been rcfusod
by tho owner of No. 018 V street northwest.
Tho lot contains -l,2G3 square feet of land.
John lluntin'B now furniture and carpet
instalment houses, U.10 and 032 Seventh
street northwest. J las tho most cxtcuslvo
stock of furniture, carpets, rugs, mats, oil
cloths, pictures, clocks, willow chairs, etc.,
southit New York. Every artlclo of house
hold goods that Is needed to mako your
homo comfortablo and attractlvo can bo
purchased at this largo doublo store. Ills
prices are decidedly the lowest and his
terms tho easiest.
Tun Union Vctoran Corps (Old Guard)
decided nt their mcetitig Inst night to post
pouo their contemplated fair and bazaar
until October. This action was taken In
conscquenco of tho largo number of fads
projected for next year.
The proprietors of Salvation Oil, tho
greatest cure on earth for pain, will pay a
largo reward If any ccrtlllcato published by
them Is found not genuine. It costs only
25 cents a bottle.
The Growlers last night Installed their
ofllecrs who wcro elected at tho previous
meelltiL'. Tho installation ccrunionlcs wcro
;ieriormeu nv uepuiy uriinu uiuci urowior
IVni. V. Wolfo. Afterward aselect number
of Invited guests weio cntertnlucd.
The Governor of Missouri has becomo
Jealous of the attention given to outlaws;
Lut ho still continues to recommend the
famous Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup for coughs
ii ud colds.
Helll IMnlll Trlllind-i-M.
The following transfers of real estate havo
Icon recorded: John C. Itcald ct al. have,
transferred to Robert II. G. liouls, part lot
S, f quaro 818, $2,G00; Wm, O'llricn to Win.
Wnrlng, lotB 40, 41, 42, sub. of square 339,
J3,000; John S. Swormstcdt to Aloxander
Williamson, nil of square uoitli of square
C07, ?l,3fO; Edwin S. Loomls to Lavinln
Carter, lot 105, square 4, $180; John II.
Locker to Caroline Gross, lot 10, square
1003, 5C0O.
Tho IlnHclmll Genetic.
A rrpoit comes from Chicago that tho
prediction that tho National Dnscball
League would consist of only six nines next
seasou was correct. So many groundless
reports liavo been circulated that It is well
to bo slow In crediting this one. Mr. Scau
lousajsthat assurances havobeen given
that the Natloualswlll bo In tho League.
Child Newmarket overcoat. Elscman, 7AE.
Opinion of the DptcrtlvcH.
Tho detectives who havo been assigned to
tho case of Mrs. Davis, who was assaulted
on Wednesday night, havo doubts ns to
whether Mis. Davis was outraged. Thoy
say that they arc of tho opinion that It was
simply a cuf o of robbery.
Tlio police icport this morning that Mrs,
L'uvis is Improving.
Call nt VoorliotTrt,
411 fi 010 Tth et., for pictures and frames.
Jtcrciit llolitirriCN,
Thomas Carroll, a furrnor from Aloxan
Cila County, Va., reports that whllo uslccp
in his vi agon at (lever's stablo last night, he
was roblcd of $10. A carrlago blanket,
worth $7, wns stolen from David Jturphy's
Mublcj 4C0 Virginia avenue southwest, yos
ttrdoy. EKOUAVlNasatVcerhoH's, 411 it 010 7thst,
Iiirili'rer l.rc'M Imitator.
"Dick" Bmlth, a joung colored man, was
f cut to Jail for six months by Judge Sncll
this morning for threatening to servo his
wife Mary, as Richard Lte, tho murdoror,
terved his wife.
I'lWnro l'rniiiotorAlI Htylcn
nnd sizes at Vccrhoff's, 111 and 010 7th fit.
Tlio lHwrlion" C'oiii'Nc.
Tho first concert In the lllscholT Courso
will bo given to-night al tho Congregational
Church. Get reserved seats for course at
Kills & Co.'s.
Child's capo overcoat. Elscman, 7th and E.
l'uriiltiiro, CurpctH, lllnulictH,
Comforts and general houso-turnlshlng
goods sold on cosy weekly or monthly pay
tnonts at John Smith's Installment House,
413 Now Jorsoy avenuo nortuwost.
"Aldernej' Unlry WnKons'"
Freeh Alderney buttor, churnoil every
monilug and delivered In i lb. "Ward''
prints, 45c. per lb. Also cottago cheeso;
buttermilk and sweet milk, 5c. per qt,
Cream, 15c. per pint.
A Uoililntsnicn'M I'lnlt.
A WoiKlngimti's Hub has been opened al
SCO" Virginia Mctmo tiorthwoid, within Ilia
limits of St. John's l'arlsli. This cluli is
meant to furtilili aft attractlvo niidrcpecti
blo evening rcsott for woikliigtncn niul
joiiths over eighteen je.us. Three well
w firmed and lighted rooms nre lilted up with
a pool-table nml smnller games, nml n II
brntyof tOO books for general reading, to
gether wllh dally nnd weekly papers. Men
wishing to become members may apply
Ihrough any active member, or to Itov. F.
11. Uinzor at Ht. John's Chapel. No other
lenulretnciits for admission nro mado than
(1) good leputatlnti, (2) payment of J-l dues
per annum, (tinynblo quarterly In advance),
1 1 (,!":
Intloii
(ill subscription to rules and rcgulatl
Ihecost of each gainoof pool to
lOIIS.
mem
bers Is only two (2) cents a cue, each man
lelne obliged to pay for his own game.
Tl.orlub rooms are open every week night
from 7 to 10 o'clock, excepting on Satur
day, when tlio hours are from II to 10
o'clock. It Is proposed to give entertain
ments twlco n month, with hot coffeo and
other accompaniments. Not el Iglous quali
fications ate required for membership.
The Trlnl or Xniili-llo.
Tho trlol of Antonio Nanlcllo, Indicted
forthotuuidcrof Carmlno Rotunno, was
continued In tlio Criminal Court yestenlav
afternoon. Themost damaging testimony
ngnlnst tho accused was that given by ln
quale Geslmotitc, who snld ho s.iw Nanlcllo
nnd llotiinno leave their boanllng-houso to
gclhcr about B o'clock on the night of the
murder, nnd saw Nanlcllo return nlono
about H and then left nt fliSO tho next morn
ing. Dr. Verdi, Professor Marin!, Colonel
Norcosls and others acted as Interpreter In
giving tho witness' testimony, tialratoro
Bcurra snld ho saw Nanlcllo sitting by tho
rondsldo without a hat nhout G o'clock the
t nmo morning.
llojs' Newmarket overcoat, Elscman, 7&E,
Tho .Vtitloiint Itlilrs' OHIcitn.
Tho National Rlllcs nt their tegular
monthly meeting last night elected as hon
orary members Edward F. Droop, (leorgo
W. Harvey, Sjdticy T. Smith, Patrick
Moore and A. J. Donaldson. Lieutenant
GcorcoW. Evans was unanimously chosen
chairman nt tho eommlttco on entertain
ments for tho coming season, and Messrs.
William Overbeck, V. S. Bprlglitloy, S. C.
Stokes and J. M. Wright members of tho
committee. Tho company decided to glvo
Saturday evening receptions, from 8 loll
o'clock, commencing from Saturday, De
cember 12; also thrco full-dicss receptions
during the winter.
Suits to older, $25 and up. Elscman, 7 & E.
Mr. AVIUnrifH I.ntcNt I'lircluiNC.
Mr. Henry A. Wlllard has purchased of
(ho estate of tho lato Richard Lay, through
Thomas J, Tlsher it Co., tho cast 20 feet 8
inches of lot 3, in square 225, being tho
property ndjolniiitr Wlllanl's Hotel on tho
west, now occupied by Solari Brothers'
restaurant. There nre 1,015 square feet In
tho lot. Tho prlco paid Is $50,000, tho rato
therefore being more than $25 por square
foot. Mr. Wlllard has not decided what
use ho will mako of tho property when tho
present flvo ears' leaso shall havo oxplrcd,
VrEiuiorr'8 picture stores, 411 A 010 7th st.
south irAsmxarox.
At n meeting of about ono hundred steam
engineers at Richardson's Hall last night a
eommlttco was appointed to draw up a plan
of permanent organization In n protective
astoclatlon. Congress will be asked tnpass
n bill requiring tilt tho engineers In tho
District to be licensed, llret passing au ex
amination as to Illness.
A tullboat containing Corporal Williams
and Privates ilescr and Isle, from tho Bar
racks, capsized off tlio Magiwlno wharf last
cTenlug, Thoy wcro rescued In an ex
hausted condition and were taken to tho
Barracks. In an ambulance.
Edward W.Mooro fell from a loft window
lost night to tho ground and was sovcrely
wounded. Ho was removed to tho Provi
dence Hospital.
Mrs. E. J. Ilurtt, wlfo of Mr. E. J. Tiurtt
tho stationer. Is lying critically ill at her
residence on Seventh street, near Virginia
avenue southwest. Mrs. Ilurtt has been a
sufferer from dronsy for many mouths.
Sho was compelled to tako to bed a fow
weeks ago, slnco which tlmo her llfo has
teen gradually fading away. Her physi
cians say that her death is likely to occur
at ony moment.
ESMlcxninlrln Hinders.
AlEXANnniA, VA., Dec. 4. Mr. Fcgan of
Washington, proprietor of tho Arlington
Distillery near this city, has ceased tho
manufacture of whisky until the now warc-
l.ni.m ..111. n .Ann.lti. nt R IW1 Lai-onls li.i
been completed. This distillery has been
closed for somo time, and was reopened by
Mr. Fegan la6t September.
Luther Cook, son of Mr. Lemuel Cook,
whllo grinding tobacco Wednesday afternoon
nt tho cigar factory of Mr. Hcrfurth, on
King street, had his right hand sovcrely
nioshed by having It caught In tho mill.
A cnbooso car at tho Virginia Midland
Railway depot, In this city, caught lire
Tuesday night from a red-hot siovo and was
almost destroyed. Captain John Travers,
the J (ml master, had his hands badly
burned In hfs efforts to extinguish tho
Hemes.
Edwin Martin, tho brakeman who fell
from afrclght tialn on tho Virginia Midland
Railroad, at Otter River, on Monday night,
Is being kindly cared for by friends in
Lynchburg. Ills Injuries, whllo painful,
aio not considered dangerous.
President Cannon of tho Capital Press
Ilrlek Company has resigned and Postmas
ter Conger of Washington takes his placo.
It Is said Mr. Conger put a largo amount of
capital in tlio company.
Messrs. Webb & Co., tho proprietors of
tho llraddock House, havo purchased tho
stock and fixtures of tho bar-room attached
to that hotel, which was for a short tlmo
slnco attached for debts contracted by tho
former keeper, Mr. II. 1!. Dell.
Tho Bpcclal Investigating eommlttco of
tho City Council havo completed their work
atid nro now engaged In making up n re
port which thoy will present to the couuclt
nt an early day.
Colonel S. It. Johnstoifof this city has
been appointed to tlio position of en
gineer hi chargo of maintenance of way
of tlio Erlo Railroad, at a salary of $8,000,
with headquarters at Jersoy City. Colonel
Johnston will assume tho duties of his
new ofllco January 1.
Tho regular meeting of tho Columbia
Steam Firo Euglno Company was held last
night with Mr. W. A. Sinoot president, Mr,
John Strlder, secretary. There was ono
member admitted and two applications for
membership. The business was of a rou
tluo nature. This Is one of tho best equipped
companies In the city.
Child's Norfolk suit. Elscman, cor. 7 and E.
Nervous Dobilltatofl Kfon,
You are allowed a free trial of thirty day of
tho use of Dr. Dye H Celebrated Voltalo Holt
with Elcctrlo Suponsory Appllancos, for tho
speedy relief and permanent euro of Nervous
liublllty, loss of Vitality and Manhood and all
kindred troubles. Also for many other dis
cuses. Complete restoration tn health, vixor
and manhood guaranteed. No risk Is In
clined. Illustrated pamiihlot, with full In
formation, torms, oto., mnllod freo br addros
slng Voltalo Pelt. Co.. Marshall. Mich.
MATTIIEWS-On Thuisday. Docombor 3,
1KWS, utlTSI Bovcnth street northwest, Mury
Klllott, widow of tho Into surgeon i;d ward 1),
Matthews, V. 8. N iipod II years,
g Interment ut Providence, It. I.
PAIIUI.EY On Thursday evening, at 8
o'clock, M. Agnes, wlfo of K. D. Fudoloy.
Notice of funeral herouftcr.
BAHTM1Y IVank Thomas Ilartloy, son of
Herbert I), and Mario I.. 1), Hartley, nt the roi
lilcnceof his grandmother, Madame Dubois,
Ihureday ovcnliur, December a, used two
years nml elclit months.
funeral Irnm IWi Pennsylvania ttvonuo
noitliwcst, Hatnrday nt 0 a, in.
CAMI'Klt On Wwlnosday, Docemher S,
nt his reslilonco, 14)1 Fourteenth street north
west, L'lmrloH Camper, lato I'lintutii In First
Morjland (Infantry) Volunteers.
1-unernl from bt. Matthew's Church on Sat
urday, December 5, lit IS p. in. Friends aru In
vited. tHaltlmoro papers plcaso copy.
W. R. SPBARE,
TJ3STIDBR,T AKEB ,
010 V BritKKT NORTHWEST.
Everything strictly first-class and on tho
most reasonable terms. (Camp Chain to biro
for all oooaslons.)
AUGUST iiuitnnoiiF,
FUUNISfllNO UNDKRTAKHn,
No. 318 l'enna. are. n, w., bet, ikl aud 4'A ts,
Evcrjlhlotf urst-closs.
FINANCIAL
Xcw YnrU H tiir It Mnrhirt.
Tho following imvo liren liirnlshcil by J,
Vnt.ro l.rwl, bioker, southwest corner lllnhtli
niul I'Mrcctsi
t'lilrnRO.IIiii'Ki'tH.
Tho following smnmary l tiy II. K. Plain A
Co., Ht. Cloud building, Ninth and F streets:
i..
Wheat-Dec
.Inn
May
Com Dec ,
.inn...
May
Outs Dee
.Inn
May
Pork Deo
tan
May
Lard Dec
Jan
May
Kt
mi,
87
bt;
01
K7K
POd
i.'
noid
toU
41U
40
SO
J4
niK
H1I.1
MWI
HT7W
tlWlt
0 00
OKii
III 111
tosrW
0 00
oon
0 07H
c km
Oil.
It. K. Plain & Co., Ht. Cloud bnlMlnff. fur
nlshes tho rollowlnR oil quotations! Cloiod
ji'slcrday, 015(. Opened to-day, t)l4; highest,
lJi; lowest, ivjijj 2:15, IXJ.
AVllNlilnnloii MIiicUm.
Tho following are tlio closing quotations of
tho Washington l,tock Uxchnneo (oilayns fur
Ulnhid by Messrs. Towers Qrcon, hauliers:
ma,
WaslilnRlon ,t Ocorgctown stock
WnshlngtonUeorKotowu bonds IIS
Metropolitan stock.... W1
Columbia stock 41)
North Capitol and O street 40
Anaeostla 1'.'
WashlnRlon City Oa'llghtCo I0W
Cleorgctown CnsllRlit Co 4Ju
riremen's Iniurnnco Co
l-'ranklln Insurance Co i)b
Nnllonnl Metropolitan InsurancoCo
National Union Insurauco Co Wri
Arlington Insuranco Co 1I06
Corcoran Insuranco Co. bWi
Columbia Insuranco Co 114
ncrman-Amcrlcnn InsurancoCo lM
Potomac Insurance. Co 4!)
Khws Insuranco Co 0
Hoard of Public Works Green 8s M '
Masonic Hall bonds 10.1
Washington Market Co. stock ISM
" " " bonds 103
Inland nnd Seaboard Co. stock
" " " bonds 00
Woihlnston Hrlck Machlno Co. stock 11J
Hank of Wavhlugton 73
Hank of Washington :171$
National Metropolitan Dank 133
National Dank of tho Hcpublto
rnrmcrs'uml Mechanics' National Hank,
(.'corcolown 150
Clll7cns'Natlcniil llnnl- 107
hcconil Natloi.al Hank 10S
Central National Hank 103
(rent Fulls lea Co 100
Henl Estato Tltlo Insurancu Co 10041
Pcnnxylvnnla Telephone Co -try
Chesaficako Potomac Telephone Co. . . . 01
U.S. P.lcctrlo Unlit Co 59
Wnehlngton Unlit Infantry, lit mgo
" " " 2d "
National Rnfo Deposit Co 101K
Tho sad and sudden demise of so good a man
ns our lato Vlco-rrosldent of tho United
States, Thomas A. Hendricks, thousands of
our good nnd faithful homo buyers are re
joicing dally over the prospocts of now and
orlglnnl advertisements which nppoar regu
larly on Friday of each weok, which, thoy
claim, Is n guldo that enables them to buy
goods nt n prlco not at or below cost, but nt a
certain pcrcentngo of profit, that bus created
a coufldenco so mutual that nothing less than
nn carthquako could shako It from their
minds. If you will take n closo observation
of our dally papers of to-day, and go back to
tho tlmo that wo Inaugurated tho woekly bar
gain scheme, you can then seo how many
imitators nre trying to capture our Ideas, but
that Is an Impossibility, for no ono can steal
originalities. Inordorto mako room for our
display of Holiday Presents wo shall coatlnuo
to cut our prices on staple goods.
000 packages Zephyr Worsted, to clean out,
at 4o per ounce.
BO doz Corsets, our beauty, 21c.
Kaufman's !Mo Prize Corset, lUe.
Kaufman's BOo Leader Corset, 41c.
Our Mo Automatic Corset, 7Jo.
23 gross Turkish Hath Toilet Soap, 2o por
cake.
10 doz Gent's Silk Neck Scarfs, this season's
goods, ICo.
10 doz Cent's Black Silk Scarfs, this soa
son'H goods, Ue.
1 lot of Chenlllo Prlnge, In black and colors,
Landsoino goods, 39c.
F1VJ1 i.oto or .ir.ItHl'.VM.
Lot A 5 doz black wool Jcrsoys, 4Do.
Lot H 23 doz Misses' worsted Jcrsoys, with
cuffs. In colors, slzo 20 to 30, 75o.
Lot O 8 doz Lailles' Hraldcd Jerseys, 69o.
Lot 1 4W doz Misses' Coat Hack nnd Vest
Flouts, very nobby. 9Co.
Lot E 0 doz Ladles' Tallnr-mado Hack,
welt seam, 1.21. Thoso goods at o cut tully
Wo.
1(0 Ilaby Carrlago Rugs, 49o.
Halanco of our lino Dado Similes, patent fix
tures, COo. Thl nlono Is worth n call.
100 larco slzo Tapestry Mats, 19c.
CO largo slzo Smvniu Mats.&Oo.
f"! larpo eUo Sinjrna Mats.bottcr quallty,71o
1 lot largo slzo Brussels Hugs, 30 by Ul inch,
S1.2I.
1 lot largo slzo Velvet Rugs, 30 by CO inch,
81.39.
A Great Reduction In Our Rugs.
B pieces of Hemp Carpet, ICo.
Heavy llomo-mado Itag, 23e.
Heavy Iloino-mado Rag, oxtrn quality, 29o.
15 1 oils Ingrain Carpot, 19o.
10 rolls Ingrain Carpet, hotter, 29o.
1 lot Tapestry HrussoN, Olo.
1 lot yard-squaro Oilcloth Rugs. 40e.
1 lot inrd-Hnunio Oilcloth Hugs,29o.
w lolls Table Oilcloth, marblo or fancy, 18o
per yard.
COATS. ' CO.YT8.
CO.YTH.
Four Bargains In Coats.
Lot 1 Ladlos' Newmarkets, S1AX
Lot 2 Ladles' Dolmans, SJ.19.
Lot 3 Ladies' bliort Light Walking Jackets,
handsome tilmmcd, $1.09.
Lot t Ladles' Russian Circulars, astrachan
tilmmod, tO.iiO.
Wo havo n nlco lino of wraps for Infants,
Misses nnd Ladlos which will soil at 23 per
cent off of tho original pilco.
Wo hnja not slighted our bhort Ends. Wo
havo plenty of them when you call.
Our Grand Display of Holiday Goods
WIUiTAIti; I'li.VOK
Wednesday, December 9.
Wo shall offer a lino of Plush Goods that no
homo in the city can overcome and thu prleos
cannot bobcat. A lino of lava Koods. A full
assortment of books. A irrand selection of
import rlo. A full lino of gold and platod Jew
elry. An oxnulslto lino of shopping bags In
plUBh, Russian uml alligator, Plush, foltuuil
llanuel mats, tublound piano covci. 200doz
nssorted silk handkerchief, and many other
linmltomo presents that will recclvo our strict
attention In tho advertisements of Friday,
Deo. 11. Hoar our establishment In mind; we
nro going to save you somo inouoy.
A. EAUMAFS
Double Combination Store,
1J1 & lIMilJllovcuthHt.H, I!.,
WASHINGTON. I). 0.
T. S, BROOKE & CO,,
Cor. Vt. nve. niul lnt.n. w,
Flir.SH VEai:TAHLl!S,
MILK AND CrtlSAH
Dally from his farm Alliance, noar tho city,
ciioici:
IlllISV, MUTTON, I.AM1I, VKAI.,
and nil the Delicacies for the Holidays,
I Marketing delivered freo of Charge.
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Man Consols. 117K 1I7W U Pnclflo. BOM M
Mich Cen row TOM W Hh'rolst
Mo Pn troklO.1 AVUnlon... T5) 75
N West 1132 118?;;
POST TO THE
BOYS.
-00000000000(10-
of tinilo Is to buy Iti litrgo lots
nnd to sell fnst. Thnl I? our
wny. Vl'o buy clicnp nuil wo
try to sell n, great deal bo at to
count largo In the end. Wo
do not enro how small n sum
you spend, wo want you to
deal with tts so that you may
find out soon that you reap at
least n part of our gain. Tho
big boy or tho small boy Is our
game, and from our big slock
of
Coats and Suits
wo can fit him to most any
thing ho may waut. Now wo
can scarcely say much moro to
get your trade, but wo will
keep on in this way tlU wo
do. find you may look out week
by wock for our ndvts.
Somo ono may say that boys
do not read such, but wo know
they do, for they come to us
and lellusso. Alltho boys who
can read (and what boy does
not ?) know that our goods aro
the best, and that our stock is
so large that wo can suit any
boy ho walks or talks. Our
Suits and Top Coats
nro tho talk with all boys, and
pap or mam will bring you to
seo us when you tell them how
much good it will do them to
buy of us.
Tho boy of 4 or tho ono of
10 wo will bo glad to meet In
our show rooms, and ho can
look nt our slock aud o aro
fiuio to plcaso him.
"Vc havo lots of
KILT SUITS
as well as all kinds mado for
boys.
Tho boy will soon bo a man,
and when wo havo sold tho
boy wo know wo will soil him
when ho is grown.
So wo sow in tho morn our
beed, nnd trust that in tho end
wo shall reap a full crop.
Glvo us your ear, O Hoys!
Como nnd seo us and wo will
do you good.
-ooooooooonooo-
iaks & Comp'ny
Who Sell Hoys' Clothing at
300, 302, 304, 306, 308
Seventh Street.
Tha A,
.i, U
First CLEARING Sale
-1N-
Miiimery
-AT
The "Bon
I)
The Season Draw
ing to a Close,
Our entire 6tock of Fine Millinery will ho
olTcrcd at an
ABSOLUTE SACRIFICE,
as wo nro determined to closo it, It low
prices w 111 accomplish It. Thcro is no bet
ter assortment to select from in this city.
Wo do not carry goods from season to sea
son, and shall not stop to count tlio cost In
this great olTcilug. This Is a
tosccuro bargains in first-class Millinery at
a wcro fraction of former prices and whllo
tho nssoitmcut is yet practically unbroken.
WE ADVISE AN EARLY
SPECTION I
Ar Trimmed nnts nml llonnotn, Im
liortotl Htylcn, nt $8 tncli. Ite
it need from $17. "H mill $"0.
OC Trimmed lints nml itonnotn, Im
ported Btylcx, nt $10enclt. Ito
ilucoil front $I!0 mid $:!(.
1 T J-.4- of Children' Trimmed Volt
Hutu, at 3So each. Itodiiccil
from $1 nml $1.U5.
1 T Ot ot c,ll,drcn' Trimmed I'olt
llutK, nt fide eneli. Itodiiocd
from $1.48 uml $3.10.
CC Hut ScnrfH, nsKortod linttornn, nt
35o each. Itcdiiceil from $1. US.
"prut OriinmoiiU nt ono-hulf tliolr
original colt price.
ryr I'lcccH or n n cy l'lulil millions
nml .Stripes, Kim. 0, li! nnd 10, ut
Kle porynril. ltcilueod from SO,
III) mid 3Cc.
An riocoslO-Inch Velvet, wlilclmolil
curly In tlio season at $1.18 n
jiird. Our Iteiluceil l'rleo 08o n
jliril.
("htrleli Tips, nil colorn, nt 7Jo it
lmncli. Itmliiaoil from $1.18.
"plllincH, nil eolorx, nt TSo cuoli. Ite
ilueeil from $1.10.
ntmicy 1'rnlliorn nt lllu cuoli. Ho
ituccd from "!i uml Sfic.
"niiiiioy I'oiilliorH nt )!So oncli. lto
ducoilfrnm (10 uml 7flo.
TJtlno I'micy l'lmtliorii (Imported), nt
$1, Deduced from $ mid $'.00.
-AT-
The "Bon Wlarche"
316-318 Seventh St. N. W,
STRICTLY ONE PRICE,
T-l Tl (T
line
THE LONDON BAZAR,
No. 715 MARKET SPACE.
SPECIAL HOLIDAY SALE
or
Newmarket Cloaks In Illack and Drown for $f5.r30, -vvoWli $8.
100 doz Colored-bordered Handkerchiefs, nil linen, worth 20c,
at
Silk Velvet, all shades, worth iJl.CO
Ladles' 4-button Colored Ln Cremo.TouvIn Kid Gloves, worth
sfLSCjonlyn few dozen left yet,
Pattern Donncls, worth $10 and $15,
Zephyrs, all shades, only
And nil tho leading novelties In Ladlci' Children's nnd Misses' Wraps,
nt prices, as usual, lower than any other house.
English Derby Striped Ilegular-mado
worm ao cents, at
rieccc-llncd Hose, extra size, Dalbrlggans, nt
is slocked with now goods at prevailing low prices. If you wish to securo
bargains call at tho
LONDON BAZAR, 715 Market Spaee.
V, 8. Jloncy refunded lo dissatisfied buyers.
MILLINERY GOODS.
VWWVWMIAnMVAMAAAM,
GRAND FALL OPENINGI
I. Kolmer & Bro.,
New Dry and Fancy Goofls Homo,
1133 7th M., bot. I. mill M n. r.,
Have riurcliascd for cnsli n now and complcto
stock of Fancy and Bcaonablo
why c.ood.s, cloaks, avitavs,
iii.anki:ts, comfokts,
I.ADIKS', Oi:NT8 nml
ciiit.iiiii:n'.s i'uiixisiiikg?,
iosii:itY,ai.ovi:s, ntiinh,
Ditisss (loons, i:tc,
Which we 111 soil cheaper than any other
hoiiBOon Seventh street.
MME. WASHINGTON,
3ytoclisto3
007 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Dresses Elegantly mado In tho Latest Stylos
by l'irst-class Artists. Tullor-mado Suits u
Specialty, Dressos, Cloaks and JIantlos Cut.
Httcd and Draped at Iteasonablo 1'rtccM. All
Work Dono Vt Ith I'romptnoss and Fully Ouar
antccd. sol'-i-Sra
nonvnE Ja.Gr--A.i3sr.
nt. 43iuit:K. white:.
LADIES' TAlLOIt AND 1IA1HT-MAKEI1,
7i)() Seventeenth Street Northwest,
Will mako Ladles' Ureases, etc., ilurlnR Sep
tember nnd October nttho followlne prices:
Cloth Costumes, Lndles' own materials, S15;
Coats, 810: Nowmarkots, SIB; IScatrlco. 818;
llkllnc Habits, SIS; Silk Costumes, 815; Even
liiB Itecoptlon Dressos, etc., 818 nnd upward;
Cloth Costumes, ovcrytlilnc furnlsliod, from
810; other parments torropondlngly. Special
nttcntlonfo Wcilillng Outtlts, In which Mr.
Whlto lias mado a Krcat bucccss. Cuttlns and
Fittlnc. 1'attcrns mndo to order. ue2itf
Black Dross Goods, Embroideries,
Lacos and Trimmings.
710 MA11KET BPACE, WABUIIIQTON, D. 0.
1'UI.Ii HTOCIt Ol!1
For Ladles, Children and Gentlemen.
WM. R. RILEY,
nilvr Ilnll.Ilncr. Cor. Olli and P. HU. n.w
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
And wo opino it concerns tho major
portion of our people. Tho great show
man, I. T. Barnum, lias said: "Tho
American peoplo llko to bo hum
bugged." AVo deny that assertion in
so far as tho present generation Is con
cerned. Wo have seen too many glit
tering humbugs "fold their tents nnd
fcilently steal away," Arab llko, in tho
night time, to doubt tho good common
fccuso of tho American peoplo. Old
birds aro rarely caught with chart, aud
high-sounding "jingo" counts for
nothing nowadays.
Wo wish to draw your attention this
week to our superb lino of Suits and
separato Pantaloons for men and boys.
In our Boys' Department wo havo suits
from IJ2.G0 up to 18 and in nil tho In
termediate grades, tho dllTerenco In
each grado averaging 021c, thus proving
that we mark our goods at tho lowest
posslblo prlco. Wo do not consider
how high a prlco tho suit will bring,
but nOW LOW WE CAN SELL IT
AND PAY EXPENSES, nnd when
you think for n moment how small our
expent-o account Is comparatively you
will readily pcrcclvo our profits need
not be large.
In Hen's Suits wo havo as largo a va
riety to show you ns you ovor saw in
Washington, ranging in prlco from
SO.GO to $38, nnd in every style, Includ
ing Single and Double-breasted Sacks,
Cutaways, Prlnco Alberts, Pea Jackets
and Norfolks. In Separato Pants wo
havo everything worth keeping. Wo
can in a ciuiu i years oi airo ana iv nun
weighing 1150 pounds. Tho samo unl
form low price for lino goods govoru
all our departments. Of courso wo
keep Overcoats for tha largo and
small, young and old; but of them
"ninrn minii-"
"more anon.
The Golden Eagle CMliiiis Co.,
Horthwest oorner 7th and D Sts,
a. 7.1. OltADV, Mnuiiger.
(All Bluo Signs.)
EDUCATIONAL.
VkNWVVVWVVWVWWNVA,V'WVW
mo AllT KTIIDIINTH nml I'lirunU-At
X tho National Academy of Fine Arts, cor
l.erlbtli Bt, nnilN. Y. nvo., nno pnn lecelvo
tho mott thorough Instruction Ir. ovcryBtylo
of draw Iiir and painting; yours of study unveil,
Mrs. linoaeno Itobliison Slonoll, tlio foundor
nml tiiuher, has had twcho medals and
Btuilltd lincon jciir In Emoiie with tho incut
celebrated in lists, l'uitlciilnr attention to
Bketclilnir from nature. Clilhlien'a Saturday
cluts, 810 per year,
SI'ENCEllIAN DUBINESS COLLEGE, COIC.
Vlli nml 11 sts n w A practical buslnosu
education that qualities yoiuut men and wo
men to support themselves ami successfully
perform the active duties of llfo. Tliorounh
iiiuti tiUlon Klven In rapid writing, tho Kucllsh
laumiasceoncspondeiice, rapid calculations,
book-keejilnir, business practice, commercial
taw, polllioal cconomy.sienoirrHpliy and tyio
wrltlmc. llcmilardayaiid ovcnlnit sessions re
sumed Tuesday, September, 1, at I) a in and u
p in. ODIco open for nrranireinonts by tha
year or iiuaiter on and after Monday, Amrust
Ul. A full corps of teachers. Illustrated cir
cular, irlvlnR Hill Information, sent free on ap
plication. m,NIiy 0 8rKNCKn iTliicIpul.
Mrs. 8AIIA Ul'ENCElI. Vlool'rluclpul,
S OontH
&KS OoulM
nt
os Gout
now sold at
$."3 uuil $y
J CJtH nn oiinoo
Ho?o for children,
SO Ooutrt
ar OontH
GROCERIES.
The Chicago Grocery Company,
806 Seventh Street,
OFI'EIIS:
LlRlit llrown.SiiKnr, r.(jO lb.
Sliinilliril A SiiRiir, Oo lb.
Oriiiiulntoil Siicnr, 7o lb.
Cut r.nnrHiifrnr, 7)jolb.
TIIKCIIICAOO aitOCIlllV COMPANY
Oilers l'mnlly Flour nt $ I.UH lilil.
llostl'nmlly riniir,95.73 libll (1.11
H libl I 7o bbl.
I'lituiitl'roccH riour,$G.73bblt $1.01)
H Mill 85o bill.
THE CHICAGO OltOCllIlY COMPANY
OTcrH 1'roneli llriimly $2 jriillon.
Pure 11) o 'NVIilsUy, $3 Ritllun,
7-YrnrOlil ltjo 'Wlilslty, $3 gnlliin.
Scntl order bj'.Mllll orTelcpliono, 43U-3
GoiiilHilollcrcl frro touiiy part of tlio
city.
CHICA&O GROCERY COMP'Y,
806 Seventh Street.
New Buckwheat,
Now York Stato.
llaplo Syrup,
From Cold Storago, Vermont,
Cicnmcry Butter,
Extra Cholco Elgin and York Stato,
Cranberries,
itxtra Largo capo Coil.
Malaga Grapes,
Largo Clusters.
5-iound llaskets.
10-pound Baskots.
Delaware Grapes,
Concord Grapes,
New Figs,
New Prunes,
Extra Layers.
Extra Largo and Medium.
Princess Paper Shell Almonds,
33 cents per Pound.
Door Mats,
Very low. Largo Assortment.
Parlor Hugs,
Itlch Patterns.
AU Slzos.
Feather Dusters,
Cincinnati Sugar-cured nami,
13 Cents per Pound.
Sugar-cured Breakfast Bacon,
Small Strips.
Potato Chips,
Always Fresh nnd Crisp.
Mandhcllng Java Coffeo,
Delicious.
Extra New Mackerel,
Small Tackagos,
Green Peas,
Extra choice. Natural color.
Prcsh-mado Candles,
Just In.
Graham Wafers,
Superior ( Juallty
Picscrvcs,
l'uro Fruit nnd Sugar (warranted).
In pint glass jars. 100 doz. Only
SJ.oo per doz. Uicat bargain.
Elphonzo Youngs,
GROCER,
428 Ninth Street, bet, D and E.
BllJtC'llIXIS 1'AHIbY THA,
(Spring Ia n
aibuclntsa ruuwii. uniyai
JNI). Only i
lasn j- ftt
reot.
IIAltllOUK HAMILTON,
Wholosulo
I'lour, Wlno nml Orucery SlarchnnU'
01 r to Old l'cnnii. Aicnuo.
BLA-ISTK: BOOKS,
Colored Tissue Paper,
in Shades.
Iti:i) CKIIAIt UAllI'UT r.ININO.
E. MORRISON,
B05 and 807 B St. Northwost.
Buy Your Books and Stationery
AT
brad .A.;o.i&.:M:s
TWO &TOIIE3.
Sometliing low.
D. w. CLEOO'S ,
Combination I.i'ttor-Micet nml l.iivolnpa
X'or Letters, Notices. Hills, Statements, (.'Ir
culnrs of nil bUcsj lu boxes of M, W, 100, SM,
tco nnd l.(U) each. , ,
Will dlspcnso with Envelopos.
Will snvo Wolghtln I'ostiiL'e. r4
Will savo Time and Troutilo.
Tho Poatofllco stumps will fchow date of do
Uvory. J. W. WATKU9.
m 111(1 Now York uyenuo.
Sola Act, for Washington and Alnxandrla.
O A. IB. DP 3E3 T 1 1ST a- S -GEO.
WILLNER
rins In stock a full lino of Carpotlngs, all
grudos Oilcloths, Cocoa and Straw Jtattlmrs.
Also latest stylos In Well l'apor, Window
Mimics and Curtain aoods, wire Window
and Door Scrouns,
FHIOES LOW,
O-BOBQB VT-IXiXi-lsr-EllR
420 HIHTU BTBEKr KOUTUWK3T,
IHSUHANCE.
ANGLO-AMERICAN
bisuranee Co.,
No, 629 F STREET N, W.,
W.lNltlXMT., I). V.,
Isano
Fire and Marine Policies
Finn Insurance co
Clinrlered liy CnitRrcss, 1837.
Capital, $200,000, Surplus, $164,000
ornciii
NEW BDILDINO, H, E, Oor. Smnth Btmt
and Louisiana Avenue,
AI.llEnT A. WILSON, IVcd-lent.
TllO'i.l'AItKKIt.VlcoI'resldont;
u. v. uuiitu, ecrotary.
JIMI. 1IAZA1II), Ass'tScoV.
Nalioiial Metropolitan Firo Ins. Co.,
OlO ln. Ave N. W., tVinliliiKlon, 1). O.
CASH CAl'ITAT., 9100,000.
EDWAIID CLAItK, ITcs.
HAMIir.I, Cri()Sl. Sen'v. nntl-tf
HOUSE DECORATIONS.
WALL PAPERS
Special resign.
ixr,xi'i:xHivi: iaii:u9
In Art Colors.
HOUSE & FRESCO PAINTING.
DESIONH AND KbTIMATllS 1'UIINISUKD.
Stwclallles In
tJAItPI'.TH AS! VA1IUIUM.
Agents for Morris .t Co.
P. HANSON HISS & CO.,
H15 I'llleciitli HCrcctXtV.
Wo Invito an Uioolnatlon of Oar
BRASS GOODS,
DECENT IMl'OltTATIONS PROM
London, Berlin and Vienna,
Added to well-stlcctod purchases ot
.3DCLex,lcanx C3-oocLg
Makes an attractlvo exhibition of
Novelties and Useful Articles.
HAYWARD&HUTCHINSON
l!M A'lutli Slrret X. "IV.
FINANCIAL.
.Special iitteiillou (jtvon In Dopartinna-
tnl niiilnthoi-CDllcotlniiH. Iluy uml
Mill UnltPil Sliltei Ilomln mill nil
Dlxtrlct Securities. AVo Issue
Drafts al Circular Letters of CreJit
ON EUltOI'C AND THE EAST.
Ucposlts liccclvoil Subject to Cliook.
TOWERS & GREEN,
Ean Vers,
NO. 11S3 T STltlSI'.T NOHT1IWKST,
Washington, D. C.
J. IV. 11 elsh. T. L. t ropier. 1'. I). Miafer,
WALSH, OROPLEY & OO.,
lilt) I' St. (OUnerllullilIni;),
BANKERS & BROKERS,
StocKs, Grain, Provisions & Petrolonra.
Jlarfilns fioinlpcr cent, upward to suit.
Direct jirhnlo wins to Now York, Chicago
nml I'lillntjelpliln. llrmivli ullicc, III:; Otli
nt ii v (Clinton llnllillnj).
J. VANOE LEWIS,
BHOK31E.
Stocks, Grain, Provisions
and Oil.
T.o Droit Ilulldlug, Klghth mid F Ht.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
r.y n Preclal niTansoment with tho "New
York Ot en Ihiut lit," 1 con CKciuto urdcra In
Stocks nnd (train up to 10 k in., cud for that
purpose niv omco will ho open In the evdiilni;
iiomTtolO o'clock.
Trades In fiom 10 to KX) flinniH of Stoolc nnd
from 1.W0 to 0,(10 liu.huls of (irulii tilaeed on
tho "Open Hoards," on a lnursln of 1 per cent,
or moro, and no ll.ihlllty loyouil the maul i
deposited! 510 will Imy 10 sliaroi of Stocsur
l.oio liusliels of druln.
TinilCHGf not less than iro shares of Stock
or o.UX) bushels of (irnln placed on the regu
lar Jixclinnpu on it liitimln of 5 per cent.
I.arce and rimall uiinltiu-s bin.Hlr on
Commission. C'nntimt nuntittiins over my
prlvnto wires, nnd (rdri oxecutoil nnd ro
I ortcd In from U to B minutes
j. vanci: i.invis.
CAMPBELL & CO,,
Stoct, Grain, ProviHon and Petro
leum Brokoiv,
14'Jt) l'ICNNA. AVll. (Upi.tulrs.)
IWtlXTWlltUTONnWYOHK .t CIIICAUO
B. K. PLAIN & CO.,
:b:ro:k::e::rs
Orain, Provisions, Potroloutn
and Stocks,
BT. CXOUl) 1IVIMIINO, 0TII fi V STS-,
WasliliiSton, 1). C.
City reftrences National Hunk of the IIo
public.
Cl.lieco Couespotideuts MILMINI), IIOU
MAN & CO.
Comtunt quotiitloiis of tho Chliniw and
Now Yolk Marhits from dlieet private wires,
TTu.lAUXY. T. A. KIJNUIO. "
F. E. LILLET & CO.,
HANKllUh ANH llltOIll'.U'.
Btocts, Bondiii Oraiu, I'iivlsw uui
l'r .lokuiu.
11S7 V BIltllUT.N. W., WASHINGTON. D. O.
Dranthoaiio No.4 buuth Ilolllduy street,
Ualtlmoro,
KEEP'S SHIRTS,
437 SISVKNTIl BTIiKKT N. W.
O. P. BURDETTE,
SOUS AQKKTJ '

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