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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC. F1UDAT EVENING, OCTOBER 12, 18SS.
Spcclnl Attrurtlorn In Viirnlttiro nt
UnvlriK complotcd my stock for tho fall trndo,
I arn tiroparort to irlvo thoiu In wnnt of tiirnltiiro
spcclnl prices for llm noxt UO diiys. Mv clt
U very henvr. nnd lioavjr Invoke), yet nrrlvliie.
compuM mo to offer prcnt Inducements to tlioso
In want of koo1 Roods. I most respectfully ox
tend tin Invitation to all to call mid Inspect my
iitock boforo pnrohniliiR, itot prloc ntiil roinpiiro
with nt Iter, when yon will bo fully convliio tl
Breltharth'a Is thu pluco to tmy. Open until 7
Don't forget tho place
Pnr.tTnAnTii , .
Odd Follows' Hall,
7tli st, n. w.
Vino AVIiioh mill I.lnuors.
Chr. Xntidcr'n, IKK) Sovunth street nortliwest.
Tho moft complete I.liinnr Homo nml slock In
tho cltv. I'lno Old Wlifsklm of 1808-70. etc., n
Hpoclulty nnd almiyvc n linnet. Dlruct Importa
tion or Kcnerlicwrd IU01., and M. MlsaV lino
Mn-rrli nml I'orts, Ayiila t'o.,l'li:ilmturAy
ClutnpajriiiM, Cruso & FIN Freros Clnrots.
lliiddun's Imtiillnioiit Hoiucm.
Now Is tho tlmo to bo on tho lookout to And a
rullablo utoro where you can liny your llcuttnc
or CookliiR Stoves, Homo fnrnlslihijrs, Carpets,
etc. Tliuro Ik not n bolter cstublliliinonl In tho
cl'y than llmlilon'H doublo store, IMO and IKI'2
Souu.tn strcot northwest, (loods at cash prices
011 tho installment plan; weekly or monthly
WrATnBnSTnit' for door nnd windows. Cam
jialjrn Torches. Ii. If, Hoi-kins, DiJ'J F st ti W.
1'or Washington Dressed Ucof
jo to John It. Kellv. stalls (I W. II'JII and ftm
rontro Market nml sod nnd 'J03 Northern Lib
erty. Corned beef n specialty.
It Is tlm Itest.
Ask for It. Sohllts's Mllwaukco Mgor llecr.
J'orsnlo by all lcadluir houses.
Ladies' Uoyal Kid Ilutton, Common Sotuo
nnd Opera Too. with l'atcnt-Loatlicr Tips, $3. GO.
Uaiitiiell's, 000 Sovonth street.
Lithograph Check llnoks mudo to order.
Handsome designs. Keiivanh. 1012 L'enn syl
van I uvonuo.
VIsltliiR Cards ntatly engraved from your
Tilatcs at7f cents per hundred. Kkuvand, 1012
Is Your 1'rnpnrtjr Insured '.'
If not, consult Gtmt.KY linos., liUU V st. 11. w.
MiinoRrnnis and address illos stamped 111
colors at low figures. Keiivanu's, 101'J I'onu
"Aldorney Dairy Wagons,"
Fresh Aldernoy butter, churned every morn
ing nnd delivered In Ml in "Wurd" prints, -too.
peril). Also cottage ulieeso, buttermilk and
nwect milk, Tic. per qt. Cream. lOo.pur (it.
Tho Kxcolitur Literary Club will hold
lis llrst monthly social of tho season, at
Jl A sheet, southwest, shortly. Tho
tlnh Is now studying tho wotlw of Cooiier.
Hint Sergeant. Geoigo V. Kdwsuds was
elected Second Llout. by Co C. IHovcnth
liatlnllon, Capitol City Oii.iuls, last, night.
Mllford 1'. Laclccy, who has been HI
Tho case of Col Jumci 0. Tracy, In
itlclcd for aaulting with Intent to Kill John
J. Tannor. on July 11 last, has been pinl
iKincd until next iiiuntb to scquro necessary
for ilvo months. (Hal at his rovldoncc, num
ber 127 Maryland avenuo, northwest, jo-s-tcrrtay.
Ho luul re'ldod In Iho clly for
thirty years and was employed In tho
fcUt Auditor's omcc
Tho twenty-second anniversary of tho
organization of John A. Itaw lilts 1'ost, a.
A. K.. will bo celebrated to night, at Grand
Aimy Han. Coniuiaiuloilii-Chlot .Warner
Is oxpectcd (o bo vrunour.
Whllo :.!r. K. I Jiattlce. of 023 t'
Htrcot. was Iransacllng some liuslnem In tho
J'ltivldonco Hospital last evening, Homo
0110 h'olo his lior&o and lings! which ho
had loft In front of tho building.
About 150 survivors of tho Sovontoonth
Jlalno Itegiment are visiting tho city. They
liavo just dedicated their buttlo inopumoiit
at Ocltysbnrg, whcitv. out of tlOO who went
Into tho light, 133 woro killed and wounded.
At a meoliug of tho Prlmniy Sunday
School Tcachors' Union yesterday afternoon
ic was decided to (alio measures to Increase
tl.o membership of tho union by Bending
out letters lo nil tlio touchers of jirlwiry
hoIiooIs In tho olty.
VIctorlo Johnson, colored, was yester
day acquitted of tho eh.irgo of throwing
vitriol on Mary lloblnson, aUo colorinlr
About WiO damaga was caused by 'a
ilro la l'oltlt & Drlpp's foundry, Fourteenth
and 11 streoU, last night.
Tl.o meeting of tho Washington Vrosby
ter.v at 1'aU's Church on Wednesday was
well at tended and hai-mcnlnus. Dr. Scott
'. Ilcrshcy, of tills city, was oleoted moder
ator, and Itev. Dr. I'nllorton. of Went Wash
ington, flcMvctud tho opening sermon.
Tho Washington Kennel Club will moot
on (ho 10th lo doclde upon arrangements,
for a field trial somo tlmo next month nt
Hound 11111. Va. At, a meeting last night
tho constitution nnd by-laws wero changrd
hi as to agroo with tho recent amendments
that liavo been mado to Iho by-laws of tho
American Kennel flub.
At tho annual meeting of tho Carroll
Instltnlo last night Jlr. llonry W, Sohon
was l-e-cloctod president, and Mr. Thomas
J. Sullivan was elected first vIco-prosMonl :
(Jeorgo Dogus sec.iiul vlec-picMdont : Klchard
J Donncllv, 'seciclary; 'Bilward Voigt;
treastuer; A'athaulel T. Taylor, librarian:
Matt. H. Johnson, editor.
At tho Demorratlo mass mooting, to bo
held nt Hyatlsvillo on Monday night tho
speakers will bo Senator Hlacltburn nnd
Itoiu-oscntntlvci Ilarnes Compton, of Mary
land; J, !:. Campbell, of Ohio; Alton., of
Mississippi, and Craln, of Toxas : ox-Solleltor
(on. (toode. and nllinru. Tlm in,.irtn
Democratic Association lost night dlcldcd
to attend In a body.
A Two-Cont Shine.
A scintillation from our sparUllmr, Indo
pendent contemporary, Tho Washln;:tou
Critic, reveals a delusion of simply unsclen
"Tho Sun 'shlnos for all;' but not tho samo
kind of a slilno falls on Cloveland ns on Hill."
Tho light Is tho same, tho rcllectlou Is dif
ferent. Like tho rays of tho universal orb,
the Sun's light Is invariable, searching, omni
present and Impartial, but it reveals things In
their truo character, and henco such distinc
tions as Tho Critic has Imagined and com
mented upon. In tho samo light ono object
scums green and another blue. Tlm dlftcrenco
Is owIiik to tho naturo of tho object.
Wo liavo but ono shine, nrlco two cents
Now York Sun.
A .Meeting of tlm Synod.
A session of tin.' FrcsuytcrliiM Synod.
ulH bo hold in tho New York Avenuo
ricbbytorinn Church next Tuesday.
Somo two hundred dcR-tniics tiro cx-lM-cted
to bo present. Tho llrst meet
ing will ho held at 7:30 Tuesday even
ing, ut -which timo the sermon of tho
letiring moderator will bo preached by
c. Joseph T. Smith, of Baltimore.
Alter tho sonnon the moderator for tho
ensuing year unrl tho other synotllcnl
officers will be elected. On Wednesday
Iho scHiious will bo held at u o'clock u.
111. uud 2:30 and 7:.'io p. m.
Iltirlill I'O. Ullts I KHIIt-ll.
Hitrlal permits havo boon Issued during
tl. past 21 hour by tho Iloalth Ollleor 11s
follows.; l'aulluo Itulteman. 'in years; Uinlly
Jenry. 17 yean" ; illehaol Ilenly, 30 yens';
J110. Iluldwln. 1 day; Aluolia Hcs. todays;
William U. lliimphioy, 3 months; David
Smith, 'i dnvs, and tho following colorod :
rii-go Short. 27 years; l'rNcllU Kvans,
70 veai-s; 3Uv JfeFoarwin. 50 years; Luho
Iltiot. 1 dav; Frank A. McOruder. '12 years;
Mary Wullneo, 21 years; Iilohuid Wathlns,
17 years: lllchard Jackson, 51 years; liar,
gin Johnson, 1 your.
Ilea Kb, wealth and happiness follow in tho
wako of Dr. Hull's Congu Syrup. 1'ilce, e.
To-night Miss Kllslcr and her company, nt
A)bauch's, present for the first tlmo on any
stago Lue and JuAsitp's historical play, "Lady
Jlargaret." K!)eclal preparalions havn bceu
mudo, nnd tio event will ho 0110 of unusual
Mrs. I'titter's picture occunles tho front pnpo
of No. 3 of tho Stnr-o, l'hllndolphl.i's now
dramatic Journal. Cora is looking well By
the way, the stae has a led head, hut no
white borMigoei with It. Tho Stugolsa very
nice, smooth p.ippr.
I.ydla Thompfon has nrrlved In New Yorlc
with a troupe of beautiful Kugllsli blonde.
This it not Lydlu's flrtt nffouso.
Tho yullow fevr has kuotkod tho show
business silly In the South.
It Is Certainly 11 t'lciisuro
to visit Bri-itbarth's Furniture Wureroom?, .
Tbo attention fjlveu you whllo thcro cannot ?e
excelled, Heud his udverllsemont, -,o' .'
BjijOHTwoon nAOttj, Monday,Oct.l5,3p m,
TUB DISTUIOT (HIVKRNMNT.
Protests iiBtilnst hnr-r-iomii Intrcaso in
number and also in )' h tlio first of
November tho beirinniriK of the new
license year appro.ieln's. They are got
ten up in better shui- this year than
?ver before. Somo of thetn arc Very
oliiborate, with printed headings, nnd
often they arc ftccominli'd with well
made diagrams of all the lot nnd squares
In tho neighborhood The names of tho
snloon-kcciKjw, prop riy owners and res
hlehts aro nmrlod ('a 'heir rcsx!ctlvo
lots, and altogether they ure very accu
rate and show a reut amount of caro
In their preparation. .
Another feature of these motests. is
that, thoy lire not so general and do not
11 sk tho Commissioners to do such tin
reasonable things as hcrctoforn. 1'co
plp who protest, hgiiinst, MiloOtm lmvo
learned Just What power tlm Commis
sioners havo in tho premises, and they
frame their objections accordingly.
Tho ni loons in tho vicinity ol Second
and 0 streets northwest would seem to
bo very objectionable establishments,
Judging from tho tenor of iv protest nnd
diagram Hied with tho Commissioner!
lust evening. John llrosnan's saloon Is
at this corner, and it was in tho light
tigalnsl. the granting a license to him.
that, the late Captain S. S. Uluckfonl
lost his lira hurt year, whllo taking evi
dence in tho cuso to the Commissioners'
olllee. On the opposite corner of Second
street is Patrick White's1 saloon, and the
uelghboi-s " ato as strongly opposed to
this plaeo us they aro against Jirosnun's.
W. II. Church, CM Second street; M.
'I'. Wheeler, Iil2 Second street; Mrs. T.
MiclmetlH, 021) Second street, and Mrs.
M. A. Flynn, 017 Second street, resident
property owners, havo II led n, protest
against the giiintliig or bar-room licenses
to White and other persons at Second
nnd (3 sfrcctd.
SOCIAL AM) PBKSHXAIi.
Mrs. E. E. Hoyden lifts returned from her
summer homo nt Fortress Monroe, and Is now
to'.tled for tho winter In her cozy house on Six
teenth street. Mr. Haydon Is still in Havana
Waiting for tho next hurricane, having been
sent thither by tho Navy Department to make,
observations 011 the course and action of ap
proachtn;r6torms. Mrs. John (filuiorc, whoh.is been away for
three mouths in 1'cmisylvnnta, Is oxpectcd
hero next wcok.
Humor says that Mr. Gcorgo Martin, a
promlnout newspaper correspondent here, will
shortly become a happy benedict.
Mrs. John F. Wagg.iman Is located at tho
Highland Country Club with her family. Sho
will return early In November.
Dullng tho absence of Mr. O. O. Stcaloy in
Now York with the Democratic Campaign
Corntalttee, Mr. Charles E. Klncafdhas charge
of tho Washington servlco for tho Louisville
Courier-Journal. Tho "Judge" Is well quali
fied for this work and will doubtless send somo
very readable matter to to tho Journal and
Mrs. J. H. Howoll and daughter, Miss
Belle Howoll, will not bo In Washington this
winter, having concluded to travel about fiom
place to place. Miss Fannio Howoll is nt
school ncarUaltlmoio. Captain Howell will
retmilu in Washington, unless ordered to com
mand ouo of tho new steel cruisers.
Mrs. IL W. Spofford bus gone to Now
York for a brief visit.
Mr. Douglass Dyrcnforth of this city was
married ou Wednesday last hi Chicago to
Miss Louisa S. Uest, a prominent and accom
plished young lady of that city Tho young
couplowlll Uko a brief bridal tour and will
bo "at homo" uftor November 1 at No. 1)03 L
.Mr. nnd Mrs. W. S. Parks will pass tho
winter with Mrs. Parks' mother at 1-133 L
Tho .Senate Turin" Itlll.
Two prominent Kepuhllcan Scnators,Mcssrs.
Cullom and l'hitt, made eloquent speeches
yesterday in tho Senate ou tho now tariff bill,
advocating protection and opposing fice trado.
Mr. Chaco will follow them to-day favoring
protection as being tho best policy for tho
welfare and prosperity of tho cntlro country.
Tho two Senators whb havo spoken did not
forget to ouloglzo Mr. Kandall as tho honest
itfrituifa of,,iutclligcut and enlightened labor.
inoauoptiou 01 tno Cleveland-Mills ireo trado
policy, .Mr. Cull6m thinks, would not for a
tltne-reduco tho revenues, but would ho the
means of putting more money into tho Ticns
ury from import duties, butit would finally re
duce tho revenues by bankrupting tho peoplo
60 that they could not buy cither imported or
This Kepuhllcan tariff bill will draw Its 6low
length along, giving every Senator who is so
disposed nn opportunity to air himself and let
tho world know, aud especially their constit
uents, their political sentiments and view on
this Important subject, which Is tho only truo
Issue before thu country, and which will ho
soon settled by tho great American peoplo by
JnmcsTharpnt818F street northwest, was
interviewed on this subject of protection or
free trade, which has been and Is still perplex
ing tho braius of our National legislators.
Mr. Tharp emphatically said ho was lu for
protection, becauso .ho desired all worklug
meu to bo protected In their wages, and then
It thoy bo desired, they could indulge tu bis
fluo old Kyo llcrkeley Whisky, and at the
samo tlmo feel themselves able to pay for it,
Death of Juke" Uuilil.
" Juku" Butld died yestorduy afternoon
at his residence ou 1) street, near 15th,
lrom heart trouble. Jlo began his ca
reer ns a negro impersonator in 1855
with Buckley's Screuiiders. Ho after
wards traveled with Colton & Murphy's
Minstrels, and later on with llavcrly's
troupe. Then liu took charge of tho
Odeou Theater in Baltimore. From
Baltimore ho came to this city in 1871,
and becume stugo manager of thu
Comlque. With teveial others ho built
the Capital Theater, now known as thu
llimo Museum, but it was not a success.
In litter years ho conducted a restau
innt on E street near 1 5th. Ills luneral
takes place to-morrow at. the Elks'
Hull. The lemulns will be sent to Har
rlsburg for interment. Ho was one of
tho lounders of tho Washington Lodge
ot Elks, and a member of the Grand
Lodge. Ho was llfty-threo ycurs old.
Two Hoys Needlessly Disgraced.
Two precocious juveniles, aged 11 nnd
11 years' respectively, were on a boister
ous spree in front, of Willard's Hotel last
night. They were arrested and at the
stutiouhouso gave their name as Walter
Pagan, 2011 New York, and James
Kenny, 2021 Virginia avenue. I'liey
weie dismissed by Judgu Miller in tlm
Police Court this morning, who said that
the man from whom they obtained tho
liquor was the one to ho looked after.
Mr. Padgett stated that unls he was 11
wliolebiilo dealer tho caso could bo taken
up; there Is no way of punishing whole
sale dealeis for svlllng liquor to minors.
The boys said that they obtained tho
liquor from a man named Freely at thu
comer of 20th and E btrcets.
Small llnhburltm Jteportcd.
Kobbeiles liavo bmi reported as follows
at tho I'oileo Hoadquaitors . tihocs and Hut.
fiom bleHiea U 0111, 712 O street n. w. ;
dross, from LUzlo tiicon, Hyattsvlllo, Mil.;
lan fiom Auuiutus Voter. 800 7lli street
noithwest; watch and cliiiln and S1, fiom
C-corge llobliioi), 14.11 hamsun shoot,'
northwest: overcoat, fiom Isaac S. K.
!(!. 1317 8th s-t;ot, northwest lwiii--
J- vh syiM- wachos, fiom Clins.
K. T. .by, U153
ioo late to classify
VV ''"- t-WinilD GJifl, A SITU.
, , tn-wii 111 urn vi.iTIIU
iii'oii us tea mermaid nnd iiur. ai.
A coi.oiti:n rmn, v uwi.
as ehHmlnF.n.lil ,,... .........
plain cooking lii smull minlij, Bit lath i '
"tvfu.UJ! I,KK "
(fiuucoMorto flenry Lee's Sons)
-TT W) h!l.A.::j TH
8VJ I'KJCN. AVENL'K N, w,,
rantthnfnoM, .1UH vtarjiundavo.s w.
f'i ' 11(1 IhT llll ItMiiilip, - --
'A I'WHNIrtlUNi t'NDUHTAKntt
fJtOI'enii. avv.n w . bWBW, .j, 1 aJiiu t.
SroilTS OF TUB SEASON.
Washington out-batted, the sluggers from
Detroit yesterday and out-fielded them ns well.
Consequently they won. Dally nnd Kccfo
did somo timely hitting. Thcro Is yet n chnnco
of beating Indianapolis out nnd tho boys
should take that chnnco. Scoro! Washington
7, Detroit 5. llnsohlts Washington 10, Do
trolt C. Errors Washington U, Detroit 0.
Other games yesterday ;
Now York 13, Indianapolis 0. Ilaschlls
Now York 13, Indianapolis 3. Errors Now
York 0, Indianapolis 8. llnttorlcs Oeorgo
aud Murphy, Shrovo nnd Myers.
Philadelphia 8, Chicago 3. Uasohlhs-Phlln-delphla
12, Chicago 0. Errors Philadelphia
2, Chicago 3. lluttcrlcs Sunders and Clem
ents, Toner aud Farrell.
llostou 8, Pittsburg 0. Ik jchlts-lloston 12,
Pittsburg 3. Errors Boston 2, Pittsburg 3.
Hattorlcs Madden nnd Kelly: Galvlu and
Hnston 4, Pittsburg 1. Uaschtts Ronton 1,
Pittsburg I. Errors Uoston 1, Pittsburg 1.
lluttcrlcs Itadbourn and Kelly; Staloy nnd
Athletics 0, Urooklyn 0. Baschlts Ath
letics 7, Urooklyn 13. Errors Athlotlcs 3,
Urooklyn 7. Batteries Scwurd and Kohln
son; Hughes nnd Clark.
Louisville 3, St. ,ouls 2. Baschlts Louls
vlllo 8, St. Louis 7. Errors Lpusvlllo 0, St.
Louis 1, Batteries Hcckcr nud Cook; King
Dnlttmoro 1; Cleveland I. Baschlts Baltl
more 8, Clovolnnd I. Errors Ualtlmoro 1.
Cloveland 7. Batteries Wbltukcr and Ful
mct; Dakcly nud Snyder.
The winners at Jerome Park yestorday woro
J. A. I)., aienmouud, Kacclatid, Blggoncttc,
Bradford and Satisfaction.
TUo winners at Lntonfa were Katlo 8., Pan
ama, Illinlnl, Tenny, Everett nnd Cntalpa.
Iu tho rnco won by lllggonctto yesterday tho
mutuols paid $123. Satisfaction paid $37.
Officer Augustus Brown mado a seizure of
light-weight bread this morning from Charles
Schneider, Hnvenner nnd F. V. Stohlman.
Tho bread lu every Instauco was found light Iu
weight, and none of It comes un to tho require
ment of tho law. The law In Georgetown
Imposes a lino of $1 for lach loaf found short,
Tbo amount seized was 31 loaves In nil, 24
from Hnvcmicr, 0 from Schneider and 1 from
Mr. John Dugan. tho contractor for grading
Prospect avenuo, informed a Critic reporter
this morning rtiitt ho would havo tho grading
of Thirty-fourth street nud Prospect nvenuo
finished by tho ICth of November, nnd tho
whole improvement, Including tho laying of
tho sldowalks, would be Ilnlshcd by December
1. Ho has Just ordered 50,000 bricks for tho
sidewalks, and they will bo laid as soon as tho
grading Is finished.
Tho wclchmastcr at tho hay scales roporls
hay coming In slowly with the following
pi Ices: Best timothy, 85c; clover, G0(S75c;
mixed, 80c; ryo straw In bundles, 500i)c.
Dr. Thomas Fry, an old Virginian, who
6crved throughout tho Confedcrato army, and
has been a llrst-class surgeon In his day, was
arrested last night for vagrancy, as was also
Scth Lunsford and Harry Lancaster, two old
timers. Mr. W. Hunter Haycock and Miss Edith
L. Stlover wero married yesterday morntug at
tho Guy Strcot B.iptlst Church,
Charles E. Tribby.a Jeweler at 315 J M street,
reports to tho pollco that Lis show window
was broken on tho night of tho 10th instn at
aud ono htintiug-caso silver watch, pateut
lever movement, aud ouo open faco silver
watch stolcu. Tho watches aro valued at $20.
Mr. Jolm Leech, chairman of tho railroad
committee of the Citizens' Association, told a
Critic reporter to-day that he hud very good
encouragement from tho railroad authorities
inicgard to tho extension of tho Pennsylvania
system to Georgetown and said ho thought the
citizens of this plaeo would surelv get tho do
slred railroad facilities. Tho commlttco will
meet to-night to discuss tho matter.
Ccorgotown Democrats ltatlfy.
Despite tho iuclemcnt weather last
night Foiest .Hall, ficorgotown, was
filled with cnthusiiistio Democrats, who
assembled to nitily tho St. Louis nomi
nations under the auspices of the George
town Cleveland nnd Thurman Demo
cratic Campaign Club.
Mr. William A. Gordon, who was
chosen (permanent chairman, mado a
few appropriate rcmnrks in which he ex
pressed the bolicf that tho St. Louis
ticket would win. Alter a largo num
ber of prominent residents had been
elected vice-presidents and secretaries,
tho following commlttco reported appro
priate resolutions which wero adopted;
W. II. Manoguo, J. 11. Gordon, nnd Clms.
IL Fielding. Among tho spcukcrs wero
Congressmen Taulbce, Mcltuc, Allen and
Tho resolutions adopted closed with
the following: " We favor liberal appro
priations for tho District pf Columbia,
aud demand that a jttbt proportion of
tho sums appropriated should be up
plied to the improvement of Georgetown,
which hitherto has not been justly
South Washington ilepuljlicuni.
At tho regular meeting, lust night of
tho Harrison and Morton Olub of Soutli
Washington, a constitution and by-laws
wcra adopted, unil tho election of per
manent oilkers took place, resulting as
lollows: Clms. F. McLaughlin, president;
James Sh p.trdsoii, vicc-piesldcnfc; Philip
N. Dwyer, second vice-president; John
Hodgkins, treasurer; T. V. .Hrcsnalmn,
secretary: Geo. Hurnston, financial scc
leimy. Committees wero appointed to
look up voters of tho various States,
and give all the information and' aid iu
their power to got them homo to vote
at tho coming election. '
You Will l'lnd Your Monoy Ilgspnnt
if you do not buy your fall overcoats from
the producers. (Seo our fall overcoats, $10.)
Eise.man Biios., cor. 7th and K.
Manufacturing Clothiers and Tailors.
IIuvo You .Scon Ureltblii'tli's
Advertisement? If not, read It at onco. For
reliable goods, you can depend upon what be
Mn. Mauini's Aoaukmv, "Masonic Ilnll,"
will positively open Saturday, 13th. at 2
o'clock 11. ru. for illsses and Jlasters; 7 p. in.
for Adults. All tormcr pupils nro Invited to
the opening. "Dancing "
The Ihtish Govcrnnictit will p.iy
50,000 pounds indemnity on nccount of
loss sustained through thu collision in
the lllver Tngus of tho IJritlsh iron
clad Sultan with tho Fiench btcamer
Vlllo do Victoria.
Thle powder uover vnrIo . murvt I ot purity,
Btiengui mid wliohnoinent n. Mnrowconuiiilral
lliau cioiirdliiuryltlnild, an.t en .nol bosohliu
tomi oMi.oii with tlio multltmlo .f h.wtvst,
rhn- wo jdil itlinn or phusphutg poMdms. bold
on j l euM. J
110YAI. 11AKIKO l'OWllKH CO.,
loo Wall btrvtJt, Novy y0rK,
JJ & si-' fpp
XTEW FLANNELS A'TD IJWrlKBTS.
(Successor to Perry A 'Ira.)
GKNUINK nNFIi:LT) Will FK NI) Si'AItLET
BHAKKIt 1'l.ANNKLS, IIDTI) PLAIN AND
TWILLUI). 11ANOINO FItOM IOC. TO 1.00
1'Kll YA1ID. v
IIALLAllDVALK ALL WOOL I10MKT AND
SILK WAItP l'LANNLLS, llANOINO FUOM
M" TO Sl.'T.
NltW I'LAIDSTIIII'KI) AND PLAIN SAXONY
FLANNELS AT !I7 AND r,OI).
NltW PltlNTKl) 1'itKNOII FLANN11L3 IN
CHOICi; I'ATTBIl.NS AT (fiC.
NKW OKS10NS IN KMIlItOinRllHI) FLAN
N15LS, FltOM $1.00 TO S'J.OO i'Jilt YAIID
NUV ALL WOOL MTlt'I'KIt KLANNF.LS
WITH noitOKItS FOIt UALJIOItAL HKIItTS.
KTUICTLY ALL WOOL I1LANKKTH. ALL
hl.KS, HANOINO FKOJI 83.00 TO 8.00 I'Jilt
NKW CALtFOtlNlA. JUNNI'.-iOTA ANI)
WII1TNKY IlLANKETa ALL SIZKs, AT LOW'
COMI'LIVI'K STOCIt ALL WOOL Ottlll
BLANKKTS. ItANOINHFUoJI St m TO 83 00.
NOVKLTlta IN COLqUBU VIENNA BLANK
1MMEN8U ASSOltTMGNT OP VIIITH ANE
OhAY 1ILANKETH, JfaNOINO FltOM S'OO
NKW CHINTZ AND RATTIXN IlKD COM
FOHTH, ttANOINU PI'O.M $l.ur TO Sii.OO,
NKWMAUSlILLR3(iUlLT8, F1IO.M 12.00 TO
'HI'KCIAL OFI'1'.HIllO" OP 100 "ItGltK
SIIIUK" CIIOCIIKT IJUILTS, FULL SIZE, AT
FULL LINKS OF BH5AC11ED AND BHOWN
ltllHH AM) QKKMANTAIII.K L1NKN8, KANO
1NO I'HOM -IOC. TO S3 00 I'KIt YAltO.
JOHN H BltOW 4 HON'.S IHI8II L1NKN
DA5IA8IC TABLE CLOTHS, WITH NAPKINS
TO JIATt II.
NKW OKltMAN ANniHISII L1NKN DAMASK
NAPKINS AND UuVJJKS, KltO.M 81.00 TO
1 Hlhll ANDOKILMAN T1UCK AND DAMASK
LINKN 10WKLS, FltOM $1.30 TO SM.OO l'EK
BKLUIAN BED I.tNENS, ALL WIDTHS.
84 TAULK CANTON FLANNEL AT 7BC.
tTLAlN FIQUBKSAND COIIUECT I'KICES.
Ferry Bulldlni, I'cnntylvanla nvenuo, corner
Ninth street. Istabllshod 1810.
Talk is Cheap.
As tho Baying goes, but It, costs us a very
snug sum yearly to talk to you throuch tbo
medium of this typo. Thcrcfoic, to lilt our
spaco with nonsensical advertisements would
just bo so much wasto of cash. When wo ap
pear weekly and make now announcements
we mean business. '
Ladies', Misses' and Chil
Wilt occupy this cntlro spueo thlswook, and If
this catnlojnu of barcnlns don't forco sales
we'll not mention them nsaln this season.
11 Stylos ol Jackets.
LadloV TlaM Wash Print .Tuckets, satin strlpo
Ladles' Berlin Twill Jackets, nstruclian bound,
SI. 01) ,
Ladles' All-Wool, black nnd whlto strlpo
Jacket, entirely plain, $2.70.
Ladles' All-Woof, limey plaids, with fancy silk
surah hood", 82.01).
THIs garment Is medium weight, .henco tho
Ladlos' All-Wool fancy strlpo Jacket, entirely
Ladles' All-Wool broken plaid Jacket, with
taney toon, gu.iu. this is a nouuy snou
LadleV All-Wool Fancy Casslmoro Tailor mado
and bound. S3.00. This Is a very neat a.irmeiit.
Ladles' All-Wool, black and blue Beaver Jack
ets entirely plain. S:t.0U.
Ladles' All-Wool black Beaver, Tallor-mado.
Ladles'll-Wool.flno glasa-cloth.ln feobclln nnd
gamut, S5 '10. This wrap I mado with bell
sleeve.) nnd half inllltulro.
Ladles' All-wool enrnpt and strlpo Jaoket with
npulcl cane, 80.00. This Is anobby tlih.fr and
no da tbt will take well.
G Styles of Visites,
Ladles' Black Berlin Twilled Vlslto, bouelo
Ladles' TlKht-tittine-back Astrnchan Vlslto, In
dian ilecve. 81.00 with silk cord and tasslo
trimmlne, satin facing.
Ladles' Jllaek and nine, All-wool Boavcr Jlod
jcsKn, with sllkliall tabs, 8(1.00.
Ladles' Gobelin nnd Black Strlpo Borllu Twill
Modjcska, double-breasted, S7.iI.
Three I'ludi Visltes, satln-llued, slzo ;t() caoh,
S7.O0. This garment Is from last scason'.'but
looks as fresh as any goods, and sold at S 12.00;
this sizo makes tlio prlco.
Ladlrt' Kllk nud AUiVrt lAstMUnliau Vlslto, Inrgo
block pattern, $3.00; sllk-llncd und tiimmed
in two styles, fur ana silk ball trimming.
5 Styles '
,0f Newmarket Hag nns and Circulars.
Ladles' Black Berlin Twill Uusslan Circular, -1-
Inch fur trimming, 83 00.
Ono lot of All-Wool Nowmnrkets, In black,
brqwn, navy and fancies, $1.01). This lot Is an
Immonsoly largo ono.
Lailles' AU-W'Lol Berlin Twill Dolman, hand-
tamely trimmed, 8".-IO.
LaHo' All-wool fancy plaid and strlpo Now-
ni:irket. with nnd without capo, $0.0:).
Ladles' All-Wool fwnoy plaid and strlpo HaR-
Ijii. with and wfhout cape, 37.00. This
)ot Is also elegant value.
Our Flush Leaders.
Ladlos' Plush Sacquo, satin quilted, S11.00.
Ladies' Seal Plush Sacquo, -10 hi, loug, satin-
Ladles' Seal Plush Sacquo, 40-in. lone, lino satin
quilted, 821.01). Tlio quality plush In thl gar
ment Is warranted aud tho trlmoilugs aro
Our Beauty Is n -Much Sacquo, London-dyo
plush, nn. lined with quilted satin, dyed in tho
jarn.warranled In ovcry paitlculur, -1-Inch plush
facliigand t'.uusKalorimmtntsuud three chamois
Ladles' Flii'i bcal Flush Jarkots, bell sloovc,
1 S18.00. This Jacket has tho same lining us
Ladles' Fine Seal Plush Jlodteska, bell slcove,
Ladles' lino Seal Plush Modloska, boll sleeve;
CHILDItKN AND MISSES.
Children's l.ong Wiaps, fiim-v wab prlnt.Bhort
capouml belt, sizes -1 and (I, $1,00. bizes 8 uud
Children's Wool-Ml.iod Plaids, nretchen skirl,
short capo nnd hell slet-ve, sizes -1 and 0, $2.70,
8 nud 10, S;!.2I, nud slzo 12, S3.-10
.Misses' Taney 1V00I btripo Marklnet, with
capo and belt, i!1.21. Sizes 8 to 14 yearn.
Misses' Broken l'lald Newmarket, with satlu
1241 & 1243 1 I til St. S. .
Tclephono Call 722.
LONDON'S. BEST MAKERS
UelsVMaigetson & CO.,
Yirgoe, Middleton & Co.,
Lloyd, iAtoee & Smitli, '
Seo our windows; they givo
but an idea (of tho variety.
3KTOW :r.e! A.rrsr
Fall and Winter Stylos
e H T T S K
Dmimi.ii:iiATs.ri. m and j.
; AM. THK LKDIK(1 KTYI.U IIAfSATS'J
V3.f pj, ij '.tin, s Ann m
liOYa' HATH. 7ft cTihTn Vii .
H.".".1I'-,I1AS I'0K i,A.,l! " 8 ANI l) ' N-fhcilKN
rtlihUitW, hi vor mid Auturul Wood lmuu.
JAMKs Y. BAVK s(L.
toil. I'LMA. AVK. A.MiTrt tLHIIST.
l 'LJ' ''S
Extraordinary values in the
choicest Fall and Winter fab
rics and styles are being of
fered throughout the store,
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS.
Excellent Muslin Gowns for
45 cents. We have offered
good values in Gowns in our
time, but never the equal of
this. It is made from good,
firm undressed muslin; has a
HubbUrd front, with fourclus
tersof three tucks in the yoke;
has a cambric ruffle around
the neck and sleeves, worked
button-holes and pearl but
tons. There is nothing cheap
looking about it. It is the
best Gown the price ever
bought, and ever will again,
probably, for some time at
least. We have only a hun
Wo havo nn nbundiiuco of ntvloi and qualities
for Children, Jllsios und Ladles 'I aoo tvo lot
deserve npeclal attention on account of their
I'lno Lawn Aprons, with wldo cotton laco In
sertion and cdclnu around tlio hottorn, wldo tie
string, good length nnd full width, only Iftu.
Kxtra quality India Lawn Aprons, deep hem
on bottom with three wldo tucks above, wldo
aud Ion 1: tlo strlngi, omy 25c. each.
A Commercial Journal says: "Thcro aro up
ward of Mx million Bustles manufactured every
year In tlio Unite I 8tutoi." This doesn't loott
u it Bustles wero cohu' out. No, tho Bustle
has enmo to stay, anil wo havo hero every kind
nud shape that's good and proper.
Money paid for a choap skirt Is Ill-sncnt. Wo
start tho stook at u dollar tho best that's mado
for tho price, and htop ut SI 2. Wo quote two
lines, viz: Three styles of Melton Cloth Skirts,
pined with tiatecn.full lcneth.nud stitched with
Silk, SI each. All-Wool Balmoral Skirts, kniru
plaiting, piped with. Sateen, iieup, closo-fitllni:
yoke at waist. Colors, gray, bluo-.inU cardinal;
1 Second Hoor; through arch to annex.)
BAltGAINS IN BOY'S Cf.OTUlNU.
Wo Keep no cheap clothing. Good, strong ma
terlul, lioneit sowing, put together for both
looks und service. Neat In stylo uud pittern,
nnd marked at 11 modest ad v.ineo ou Ural cost.
Th'e uuw stock It at Its fu lest, uud rood values
abound. Durable, neatly anpeitrhiK School
Suits ns low as 1. yet it is at So wu nro strong
est, If you are a judgo of clothing you w II pay
thu oilier dollur. Dressy Suits at SO, 50.60, S7.
und ?7 no
Nobby ctyles at S8, S8.r.O, 3D. and a stylo wo
call tlio "St, Dennis" ulSlO, which Is equal, so
tar as workmanship, stylo and quality la con
cerned, to custom made suits at a considerably
higher prlcfl Sizes 10 to 1 1 yean.
Suits of Corkscrew, Diagonals, Tricots and
I'lalu Chi vlots, In Navy Bluo and Black, 5 to 15
tl-f'leco Cutaway Suits, In Chovlots, Cork
serous, Tricots. i"co. bUos 10 to 10 ycurs.
ST.fiO to S12.
Velveteen Kilt Suits, 24 to (1 years, only SI
Hoy's Overcoats SI toSl 1 eath.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Corner lltli nml V Streets N. W.
EDWARD F DROOP,
025 1'E.t.NA. AYE.NUE.
Call and eiamino tho largo Btook of
Gablor & nro.. A. B. Chaso. Marshall is Won
do.l, Whto'ock, Decker & Son, Hrlggs, Grovo
btcun & Fuller and o h'-r
Pianos sold on Insttllmcuts, Exchanged,
Itemed, Repaired, Tuned, Moved uud Stored.
Sheet Muilc, forel n and domostlc: Musical
tidsa.,eto., constantly on hand. Banjo, Gultur,
Mandolin, Violin and Cello Strings u specialty.
Grand, Upright and Square
SKCOND-UAND PIANOS, a lino assortmont
of promlii'.nt makes at all prices.
PIANOS I'OU BENT.
m. Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
AVM. R. RttEY,
Corner Ninth and E Streets Northwest,
Is closing out all kinds ot
DRV ? GOODS
At Very Koduced Itatoii,
E. G. DAYIS.
BLACK DRESS GOODS, EMBROIDERIES,
Laces mill Trimming,
719 Market Space, Washington, D. C.
S. I.. Wii.ixrr. 8. H. Owv.nn k
Vurmoiit uvu, uud l.xt 11. w.
Clio'co drouorlus, Mrnts aud I'rovlslons.
Tbt) l!e.-.t (JooiIh at the Lowest I'lictu,
Marketing Uiilvurid lieu.
UuvlnjticTHiitly fitted iipu
In coniifclioti with my i'ATENT I'ltOUESsI, I
am piopuiid Kilunnsli
ILhUSTIIATIONh AT NKW YOHIC 1'ItlCKd
rnuio,'iuiimiK "i oua iuv iiiotiuuo.
11H I'.lovmiihstrcvtN. V.
lhul' tiiuK a mil luiu of U.rii''M, all iruli-t
Utloi , CtKx,i nml alwiv UiUlnai. ,tl..i
lull 'tyi'niu i"l l'iii'. 'Viiiduvv tjimiln- . 1 1
Cu mtJuuUn, Wln vviiiiinw jiiillJoiiracri
iWI) Nliiln blmi't uilunu.l.
I n W iH'K
1 - bHlJ.kiOU
Tho Croat Headquarters for
I LLIIY il
PRICES THE LOWEST, ASSORTMENT THE LARGEST. QUALITY THE BEST. STYLES
, THE LATEST, OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC PRODUCTION.
Special bargains in Cloaks, Raglans, Modjeska Newmarketo and Short Wraps.
A choice assortment of Plush Wraps at Less Prices than can be found else,
OUR CHILDREN'S CLOAK DEPATRMENT comprises the Most Stylish
Designs of Our Own Importation direct from Berlin, at Astonishingly Low Prices.
Examine our assortment before purchasing.
$50,000 WORTH OF MILLINERY TO IE OISPOSEO OF,
FrencM Pattern Hats and Bonnets. Elegant French ane English Wool I'ell
Hats and Bonnets at 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.25. A choice Assortment of Children's
Hats, Trimmed and Untrimmcd.
Wings, Birds, Feathers, Tips, Ribbons, Velvets, Children's Plush Bonnets, Kid
Oloves, Crepes, Ornaments, &nd Corsets at the Lowest Market Prices.
814 Seventh Street Northwest.
The Oldest and Largest Music House in the City,
NO. 937 PK, ME,
NEAR TENTH STREET.,
Dealers in Pianos, Organs, Foreign and1
American Sheet E&lusic, Siesic Books,
Musical instruments and Musical Mer
chandise of all kinds.
Pianos for Rent or Saie at moderate1
prices and on accommodating terms-
Pianos Tuned and moved by competent
workmen Telephone,. 18.
CALIFORNIA WINES If
Tho Inglenook Wlucs aro offered to tho public In sinus only, being bottled at tho ilno.
yard lu California! protected by its trade mark, and tho 1'nro Wiuo Stump ot the State,,
ot California, which guurnutccs tho absolute purity of the Wines; tho bottles aro wired, bear
log tbo seal of tho proprietor of the Vluoynril. In order to brlug these Wines within tho reach
of all, I havo established tbo following prices :
IJED WINK-Tablo Clarot, Black Label, Vlntacoo! 1881..
" Extra " Hcd l.ubol, Jlcdoo typo, 1882
" Uiirpundy, 1883
WIIITi: WINE-bnuturno, Kronoli typo, Sauvlcnon Vert, 188:5..,. '
" (lutcdoi 'Cbassolns), Ucrmiui typo, 8iM.... "
Hook. ' lb83.. . "
" llursor, "Oliablls" typo " 18H3. ..
" ItlerllriR, " 1B82....
J'ltits, per caso of 21 bottle, $1 per case additional.
JOHN H. MAGRUDER,
SOLE AGENT FOR WASHINGTON AND DISTRICT OF COLOMBIA,
1417 New York Ave. and 1122 Connecticut Ave.
931 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Medium Grade and Fine Shoes.
(las llollcru at SI. IS und ?l,G(i for nuMiiit jn tkliu 'I'tu ur ttirtwi.
-r-r 0-.A.S - oo o k: m jr. s
Hu iiiN.'tuid birwll (aml'ltx, Jtwt tian tovu (ur Miminur u, M vn ksUimuui mi "i
I)UH1I UW 0WKil. U lt)itt. Vve tMl by i. u
, J i S ' - i I
!- til '1. . TX X,lx
CLO A KS
per caso 1 doz. qts,, S4 f0
" (i no
" (I 50
' fi Ml
' II 51)
" 7 50
.Subject to Examination.
So are our new Broad
We think these are
the handsomest coats
ever shown in Wash
ington, equal to cus
tom made, and cost
$15 less than a mer
chant tailor will charge
for same goods.
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