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THE EVENING CUUTIO, WASHINGTON, 1). 0., FEIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1884.
For Bargains in Dry Goods
TRUNNEL & CLARK,
811 MAIIKET 81'ACD.
PETERSEN fit OHILDS,
Ot3 Market Space,
11C09, MATH, OII.OI.OTnH, CORTICINE, MAT-
fia T.inPnmtTArSS. HA-iSUUh.r. u.
. .? .w- . --- i ---7 ..,.'...
WINDOW SIIAUta A DliUUUlli
Wo keep only tho boat (trades cf Illgqlon
Wilton and BodyBrussoI,l)mlth'aMoo.uotto9j
KoxburyanJ Bailih's Tnpostry Brussolsand
Harttord fe Lowoll Ingrains. ?c.l:?2?
Blankets. Blankets. Blankets.
Wo would lleo the publlo to call and oxnra
Ino our stock otWhlto nul ColoroJ UlinlictJ,
Bed Comforts una Bed Bproads.
WILLIAM R. RILEY,
Sovontli St. Ono Prlco Store
QUINNrP & CO.,
404 and 406 Seventh St. Northwest.
Gent's Waukonnhast $6.00.
In Lace, Button and Congress.
Ladles' Walking Boots, hand
Ladles' C. and W. Dongola
Walking Boots, $4.00.
1339 and 1341 F Street.
943 Ponna. Avenuo.
Prices to Suit All
Business Suit, $,-)! worth 18.50.
Cliovlot 8ult, iUi worm $10 00.
Bilk Mixed Suit, $7.50! worth (12,
Eanuocltburu Tweed, ?3 10; worth $1.1.
liluo nnd Brown comecrew, $10i worth 15,
Very Fiuo Suite, $lL'.5tli worm $18.
Blade Broadcloth Suit, $10! worth JJ3.
Hm'a Overcoats, $3.73; worth $7.
Oood heavy Overcoat, $5; worth f 3,50.
bilk Mixed Overcoat, JO 50; worth $10.
All-Wool Heavy Eoavor, $8.25; worth $12.no.
ruro Lambs' Wool Ovorcoat,$10; worth ?10.
BUS and Batln-Llned, $12; worth if 10.
Dots' Overcoats, J2.73; worth $1 50.
Chinchilla Oiorconts, 3.75t worth J5.50.
Children's Butts, $1.02; worth sa.73.
acod Heavy Mtxod, $2.25; worth $3,75.
rmo Bults ror S3; worth f 1,50.
Men's rants, $1; worth $2.
All-Wool, $2,50; worth $1,23,
Splendid Quality, $2 23 1 worth $1.
Custom-Made, ill: worth $.1.50.
Children's Knco l'ants, 18. All-Wool, 73c.
912 F STREET-Opp. Masonic Temple.
Elx doors trom Ninth strcot.
itSEl.N-o'Turu.Fare im Xv
187 CHURCH T. NY.
Ilr. IV. T. I'AKKin:, or llostoii, 319.
Has returned to Washington to exorclso his
healing power In treating Ithoutnatlsm, Nou
ralela, IAinff, Liver nnd Kldnoy Dlsoaaes,
without tbo uuo ot modlclco. Diseases ot tha
Kre a specialty. Uonsultitlon rreo, Offlco
houre, 0 a. m.to 8 p, m, U17 4ViSt. n, W. Will
"it takes Horn mo llio burden ot l)ttor-wrlt-Inr;
to rm lncrcdlblo decree"
Ctcd In all tM Pepattmonts.
BEST IN THE WORLD
Wyckoff.Seantans &Bcnetllct, SolcAg'Is.
J. lt.l'.UCKlXUW, Llaiiugor.
I.K DKOIT CUir.DISO.
CatarkH "ay fever
Bymtitoms. Uls at
tended by tktx la
flamed coudUlon ot
the llulnif in em.
brnnei of thB uos
Iudl's, An tcrl't
mucus in secreted;
tlio dlsrharse h rc
compnlti with a
There are euvere
and In Hamed cyen.
rtm..- r- tt- m iciucuj' IUUUUU4
nnd can ue aew-naea npon, m ceuts at Uruffulsta,
Ki.Y IIIION,, lriiffcUI. weso V Y
Newapapor, Book and Job Printer,
S NINTH BT1USET NORTUWKfiT,
Stf 1) and X,
PXre4 U prist Newspapers, Booki, Pm.
thletf, Arcnmeau, Itrloa, UaUlotQM, JBUnki,
IrcnUri, Cardi, Ac., &c at ahert notice, In tha
5'f I1', low prtcM. UUsractlontnroUi6d,
'" HTJlrOU H SAJUir.
WM. H. NALLEY,
BookWiider, Paper Bnl and Blank Book Mann
ftctuer, or, nu nat B aUTn. w.
C0ULAR3 4 CUPFO fAPKCD
Ni EOLD EVERYWHERE 25c. EACH
Published Dally (Sundays Kxwtti)
OU NINTH STREET NOKTHWHH'I
Washington, I 0,
SINGLE COPY . . 0KN1H
BV I'AliniKH, per Month. ..-...-HS GENTS
l!Y MAIL, (pontage raldlOni-Yfcar !.
1IY MAII.,(inMairrPtt)Bli Months .W
Mall Subscriptions lnrsrliblf In Advance.
evening tnuiic puiimhhino company
KnttrrA at the rotioprt n WniMnoliviniiMcnd
Friday. Nov. 14. 1884.
OnAM orrr.A-irocsn. Abbott Opora Com
pany In "Trnvlatn."
National TiiEATnn. Thn Ullin Opora
C mpny lu "Barber nt Seville."
rortD's Orr.nA-IlocsE, Tho spectacular
melo-Uramn, "Tho Honp ot Ool J."
TiiEATnn CoJiiqi'E. Variety.
BiJtr. Mvsr.rJM. Arno Walkor Dramatic Com
rany In tbo "Two orphans."
MAtosio TEitrLE.-Atthur Cadets' Fair.
WillaiiI) IIAT.L-Locturo,.by William J,
Armstrong, on "London Society."
1'or Saturday fair and slightly warmer
weather Is Indicated (or Now EngUud, tho
Middle Atlantic Btater, lUo regions and Ohio
A pretty Httlo patriotic romanco mlcUt
bo founded upon tbo statements of tho
Hoard of Comtnlsitoncts of tho Soldiers'
Homo Hint tlio President of tbo United
Slates must surrender bljstimmor rosldenco
adjoining tho Homo In ordor that tho build
lug may bo occupied as a hospital ward for
old toldlcrs worn out lu their country's
Tun approach of tbo busy season Is clearly
Indicated by tho crowd3 assembling In tho
botel lobbies, tho places of public Interest
nud on tbo principal streets,
Tho Capitol, Whlto Houio nud Depart
ments nro thronged by slgbt-seors, and tho
doorkeepers nnd guides, who may bo ac
cepted ns experts, officially aunounco that
tbey can remember no November during
which such crowds of plcasurc-sookors bavo
assembled at tlio National Capital,
SEcrtnTAr.Y jrcCcr.r.ocn Is considering
tbc necessity for somo action to provcut
tbo introduction of cholera Into tho United
Slates. Tho quostlon of prohibiting tbo
importation of rags Is presented with nil
tho forco of an earnest recommendation
from tho Marino Hospital Scrvlco and tho
medical profession, nnd tho omphatio pro
test of tho paper manufacturers. Mr. Mc
Culloch may bo trusted to weigh well all
tho arguments pro and con, and to take
tbo wisest nud best course.
That tho Democratic demonstration last
night was accompanied by an act of vlo
lenco nnd crime is to bo most sincerely de
plored ; that tho procession was character
ized lu nil other respects by good fooling
and good order Is a sourco of congratula
tion. Tho disgraceful nfl'uir that marred tho
occasion was tho outgrowth of that violont
partisanship which It Is tho duty of nil
good citizens to discouutcnanco and as far
m posslblo to obliterate.
Tho rioccsslon was organized In tho right
spirit, tho feeling that provallcd was crod-
itablo alike to nil concerned, and tho good
humor with which tho boasts and chcon
and Jeers of tho rcspectlvo parties wcro
given and received Is to bo commended.
Tun present season is ono of unusual in
terest to cbtticli-gocrs. Many Important
questions mo pcndjng, nud many innova
tions havo been made. Tho approaching
consecration of nu Episcopal bishop, tho
dedication of n Catholic cathedral, tho
completion of now churches of almost
every denomination, tho recent appoint
ment and expected arrival of a succossorto
Dr. Hnukln, tho efforts to till tho Taber
nacle pulpit, nnd tho selection of a suc
cessor to Dr. l'aict as rector of tho Church
of tbo Dplphany,aro each of them ovcnt3 of
unusual interest and lmportanco in local
icligious circles, and coming so closa
together form au almost unprocodontod
combination ot topics of discussion nnd
in Dr. Rankin's successor tho city has so
cured nn eloquent nnd nblo man, who will
command respect and nttcntlon andawako
general Interest by his pronounced views,
forclblo nnd original manner and convinc
Tho indications favor tbo belief that tho
Epiphauy ncd Tnbcrnaclci'pulplts will bo
filled by two of tho ablest clcrgymon of tho
land of their rcspectlvo denominations.
The iVl this morniug very unjustly ac
cuses Tim Critic of Incendiarism and In
citing disorder and resentment. Tho chargo,
which would boa very serious ono If not so
fully di3ptovcd by tho courso Tun Cnrao
has taken, is based mainly upon tho fact
that n newsboy yesterday afternoon at
tached to tho bulletin-board In front of this
oillco n picco of paper that was, It Is re
ported, intended to aunounco that Demo
ciats who participated in Inst night's
demonstration would bo shot.
Tho scribbled, misspelt and tacaulnglcss
words wcro torn down ns soon as thoir
prcccucowas mado known to thcofllco, and
did not remain up nioro th.tu a minuto
Tup, Cmrio was caicful yesterday to
countel good nature, order nud forbonrauco
on both sides and particularly addrossod
itself to tbo Republicans of tho city.
Tho statoment that nuy publication yos
tcrdayvias incendiary In tono or Intention
Is utterly uufouuded,
In tho news columns The Cnmo stuto
fads merely, and In an Inoflonslvo form,
wbllo editorially It urgol pcaco, good
temper and good-feeling upon ovorybody
and protested very earnestly and sincerely
against violent or ili-tcinpcrcd display of
JItnv rilinll 77c i:icct Our rrctlilciits?
In bo ginning n thoughtful and carefully
written nrtlclo in tho November Century
on "How Shall wo Elect our Prcsidont3?"
Ocorgo Tlcknor Curtis quotes nn Amorlcau
writer viho said to his countrymen soon
after tho Conjtltutlon went into operation,
"You bavo nothing to fear from your Con
stitution; your Constitution has everything
to fear from you." Mr, Curtis then goos
on to dcmonktiato how tho people havo
broken away from tho Constitution lu tho
matter of electing their l'resUlent. Ho
shows that tho Constitution coutcmplated
tbo I'rcsidcntlal electors as a body of mon
wholly Independent In their action, tied
down by no pledges nnd intendod to act as
ftto agents In choosing tho President. "Tub
design of this Intermediate body," says
Mr. Curtis, "was two fold ; flrst, to avoid
the tumults that might attond n direct vote
of tho people for n chief oxocutlvo ofllccr to
whom such great powers woro to bo com.
mlttcd; nnd, secondly, to enablo tho func
tionaries called olectors to oxorolso a delib
erate 111.1l Independent choloo from among
tin- public men of tbo country for biioIIIcj
uf no mucli illitiitty and nuthorlty."
llondds, nlsoi "It Is qulto certain tint
tiiiooflho chief reasons for Interposing a
body of tlcclori, by nbota thoofllco of Pres
ident was to bo flllid, was to avoid In mi
degreo tho dictation and control ofpirtlai,
ami lo nllow somo scopo for tho volco of
minorities in tho Electoral College"
Mr. Curtis shows how tho Congressional
caucus nnd then tbo nominating conven
tion gradually uurpcd tho fittictlonsuf tho
Electoral Collego so that lu timo tha latter
hicatno vbnt it now is, an IncQlclont
tnontlipleco for tho will uf tho pcoplo.
Prom being an Independent body of mon
who had nn undisputed right to roto fir
whomever they wished, thoy havo hccimo.
pledged . nonentities who wo I In dis
graced wcro thoy to oxcrcisu ihclrown
This usurpation by tha nominating con
vention of tho functions of tho doctors has
brought into our political system a number
of evils, chief of which Is what Is known as
tlio "personal campaign," n campaign such
ns wo havo just passed through, ono of
nbusonnd slander. In such a campaign
I arty principles nnd political Issues nro lost
sight of or for expediency nro relegated to
tho background. Tho most vulnerablo
point lu tho character and record of Its op
ponent becomes tho aim of each party. Tho
contest becomes Just what tho framers of
tho Constitution, by Instituting tho Elec
toral College, desired to provent. Thoy
designed that tbo contests between tho two
parties, which they foresaw would como,
should bo contests between opposing princi
ples and not struggles to put certain men nt
tho head of tho Nation,
Mr, Curtis bollovcs that tbo evils of tho
present system havo grown to bo so groat
that It is timo thoughtful nnd far-scolng
men seek a chnngo. Ho advises that tho
cbaugo bo to tho old systom which carried
out tho spirit of tho Constitution.
Ho urges that nil limitation bo taken
from tho body of olectors ; that thoy bo nl-.
lowed to chooso whomever they wish, con
fining thcli cholco to men holding tho prin
ciples enunciated by tho political party by
whom tho electors nro chosen. Ho advised
that nu nmendmont bo nddod to tho Con
stitution requiring tho Electoral Collego to
meet in tho hall of tho Houso of Repre
sentatives ou thoflist Monday lu February.
They shall bo judges of tho credentials ot
their own members. Thoy shall proceed to
ballot for President nud Vlco-Prcsldont, nnd
if nftcr n ccrlnln number of days no ono
receives a majority of votes for cither office,
tho clcctiou of President shall dovolvo upon
tho Houso of Representatives nnd that of
tho VIcc-Picsldcnt upon tho Scnato,ns pro
vided In tho twelfth amendment to tho
Could tho pcoplo of tho United States bo
induced to accept Mr. Curtis' echemo and
forego voting for tho President, as thoy
virtually do now, no doubt many of tho
evils of our political system would bo
abated. Thcro is ono objection to it, and
thnt is fatal. It is nn objection which Mr.
Curtis himself sees. It can bs mentioned
In his own words: "Tbo pcoslo havo boon
so long necustomed to tho czcrciso of a
power of designating tho man who is to bo
President ns absolutely as if they choso
him by a direct voto that thoy will never
surrender tho existing practice. Tho pcoplo
never surrender nuy power which thoy havo
onco gained, least of nil n power to mako
their will Iclt directly in their govern
ment." Mr. Curtis assumes that this is tho an
swer of tho nstuto politician who assumes
to speak for tho people. It is not. It Is
tho reply of ono who has carefully stmllod
tho disposition of tho American people. It
Is useless to ask that thoy shall surrcudor
this power. Abolish tho nominating con
vention If yon will. Roplaco It by tho
Electoral Collego and you will find that
tbo electors chosen aro men pledged to tho
support of somo particular man. Tho
pcorlo who dcslro to sco a certain man olo
voted to tho Presidency will sco that tho
electors whom thoy chooso wilt oxocuto
their will. It is vain to urgo a return to
tho old system. Tho pcoplo havo tasted
tho sweets of power. They will not glvo
What shall bo dono? It is ovldcnt that
tho Electoral Collego, undor tho present sys
tem, lias thwarted tho will of tho majority
and may do so again. Mr. Curtis urges
that unless It cnu bo restored to Its normal
operation "It would bo better to do nivay
with tho electors entirely, nud lot tho poi
plo voto for n President directly as thoy do
now in point of actual practice" Ho con
tinues, "Rc-invigorato and rcnovato it or
put it to aclvil death."
Bcforo overthrowing established Institu
tions tho wiso man sees if ho cannot mould
existing circumstances to galu his ond.
What is tho great defect in tho method of
choosing tho Prcsidont undor tho prcsont
electoral system? Undoubtedly, thofactthat
at times tho will of tho majority cau bs do
fented nnd nt other timos tho minority is
not falily roprcsontod. Mr. Tlldeu, with a
majority of the popular voto, was defeated.
The candldato receiving a plurality of tho
votes cast In New York Stato this year, al
though a minority of tho whole voto cast,
leccives tbo cntiro electoral voto of tho
Stnto. Was thcro ever a moro absurd sys
Minorities could bo moro fairly lopro
ccntcd, and majorities could always gain
tbclr will if tho electors In each Stato wcro
Ytcd for separately lustcad as a body. In
tbo Stato of New York, for Instauco, In
stead ot each voter castlug nu doctoral
ticket containing tbo names of thirty-six
men, let him cast a ballot for ono man who
shall be tho candldato for tho oillco of
elector in that Congressional District. As
ho Constitution provides that tho number
of electors roust equal tho number of Sena
tors nnd Representatives, thoro would bo
of courso In each Stato two electors moto
than tho numbor of Representatives. Thoso
two should bo placed on separated ballots to
known nsEIcctors-nt-I.argo for tbo Stato.
Tho result of such a ichemo Would lu
that tho largo minority In tbo Stato which
Js now unrepresented in tho Electotal Col
lege would then havo n fair representation
Now York nnd Klugs countloi would not
control tho cntiro 'M electoral votes. Tho
central nnd western districts would havo
Supposing that tho result of tho Uto
ilectlou In Now York Stato glvos tho elec
toral voto of tho Stato to Mr. Maine, ho
ould iccdvo.il) votes under tho present sys
tem, Uudcr tho proposed systom ho would
rrcclvo !20, eighteen of tho Congressional dis
tricts having been carried by tho Republi
cans, tho other two representing tho Re
publican plurality. Un3or tho propasol
cjstcm tho Democracy of tho Stato would
rccelvo 10 votes. Surely a minority which
comes within n fow hundred votes of gain
ing tho election should bo fairly repre
sented. It Is by such nn adaptation of tho prcsont
system and not by any fanciful and Im
practicable Constitutional nmendmont that
tbo will of tho majority of tho pcoplo can
bo executed. What should bo dono is not
to curtail tbo power of tho pcoplo, but
lather doviso n method whoroby that power
can most justly exert Itself.
IV utl l?nwn w&no,
All wi !t UcJ.
in c.ny oiw,
Fc,cg,' hinds fcncTpc,inis;
ind Amoves sums.
1 1 t
SylW' is nonc belter';
Jnd -of ri-Try it
nuk's c. nips taw.
ynd W-in mind
I fizmium ookp,
Thc,l is )i Kind.
o heSflBs HlrtflEls
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
"H' do ntrto'j entity mat icesvpentu thear
rangtmtntifor all tlu Monthly ana Siml- Annual
JJrawlngiof Tt.i louUtana iltatt Lottery Com
pany, and In virion tnanagt and control tto
Vrauingt tncmtclcti, and that the tamt are con
ducted telth honesty, falmeu, and tn good faith
toward allpartlet, and ice authorise tin Company
to viethU certlj'cate, with fac-ilmllei of our (la
natunt attached, Id adiertlmnenti,"
u OVlUt HALF A MILLION DISTRIBUTED
Louisiana Stato Lottery Company
Incorporated In lsta tor S3 years by the J.cititla-lAlure-
tor Educational and Charitable purpo-K-H
with n capital of(l,CCO,ooo-to which n rmerve
fund ol over (Stu.OW has since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote Us franchlao
was made a part of the present Stato (JontUlutlou
take place monthly, It ncto frcif' t ui iioitjiones.
Look at the following distribution!
In llirArmeni.t 4kr?Iiiblr. Sen flrlriuii,
,, tui:mi.i.y. ii:ci:3iiti:uin, insi.
Under the pciaonal supervision and inanniicmcnt
Gen. Q. T. BEAUREQARD.tf Louisiana, &
Ocn. JUDAL A. EARLY, of Vlralnla.
.Capital Prize, $150,000.,
ATTMnlltr TliI(ct nl'O T.'ll llollilli.'
Mil. lliHc,t)3. riniiH, i, Tmlli.,ll,
T.TRT OF PniZES.
1 UAl-JTAI, VR17.W OP
lWjts oionounc it
The oeST -fhciT is nw,
KO Approilinatlon l'iUt ot fO IM.oOO
UK) ' " 100 id.iiiM
ICO " 73 7,600
iO rrlzes, amouulInK to iS,m
Application tor ralet to clubs should ba made
only to tie otnee of the Company In New Or
leans. 1'or farther Information writs clearly, flylux
fall address. roMTAI. NT:, Miiprini
Mn,(lrri.r(fi, Nmv Vnrlr lrnlian.il In nr.ll.
nary letter. Currenov by BUnress (all sums ol
(3 and upwards at our expense) addressed
K. At DAUPHIN,
Riw urieaus, i.r,
Hits lor i M.
315 Seventh Street.
An Entire Line oi
Will be sold by us at following Prices:
4 yards by 5 yards, $13.00.
t. ' 4 yards by 5 yards, $14.30.
4 yards by 6 yards, $15,60.
We will also offer
liuuu Auiiu juiiuu uiuiuimi
At 90 cents por Pair.
in connection with tbo nbovo a comploto lino
ot Wilton Velvets, Body Brussels, Tapostrlcs,
Kidderminster, Throo-l'lys and Extra Bupor
Ingrains, Upholstery Goods, Hugs, Ingrains,
l'nrlor and lirlc-a-lJraa Furniture, &c, will bo
oserod at corresponding prices,
3:5 Ssventb Street.
LOUIS 1CKTTLKH, Morolinnt Tailor,
1323 PBTIIEJETN. W
Has received his Cloths and Casslmercs and In-
vltea nn Inspection of the aame.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
1004 g BTItr-KT.
History ot Presidential Elections. (StamvooJ.)
Tbo Uivlno Law as to WInos. (Bamson.)
Mnrjoilo Iluntlncton. (Bolt,)
A Naturalist's linmbles About Homo. (Abbott.)
calumet ot tbo cotcau. (N'orrls.)
Judith Bbakspcare. (William Black.)
Suwaneo Itlvor Talon. (Sherwood Bonnor.)
Queer Stories tor Boys and Ulrls, (Eggloston.)
Tho Amazon, (Carl Vosmaer.)
A Ben Cbango. U'lora L. Bbaw.)
IBr.Bovlcr. (O.W. Cable,)
Thomas Bockwlth and Ills Pupils. (Dobsou.)
Bparo Hours Among tho Qoms, (Hamlin.)
iLovo and Uarrlago.
iTho ltcallty ot rnltb. (Smyth.)
Speeches and Arguments ot David Dudley
WM. H. MORRISON,
"B 1'onnaylvnnlii Avenuo.
Buy Your Books and Stationery
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
C. C. PURSELL,
418 Ninth st. northwost.
;Pure Juice Cider.
OSE CARLOAD J UBT AIHHVED FROM NOItTll
EltN NEW Yor.rc.
3-Quullty prlmo. rrlcolow. Ask lor prlco
by tho barrel betoro purchasing olsohoro.
1221 TwEXTY.XIXTH ST. .N. W.
W. EL HOEKB'S
AT THE OLD STAND, 801 MAIIKET Sl'AOE,
Aiollilcdwltti tho Latest and Host Things In
tbo Market. Ko eilectlon should bo mado
without srolcg bis stock. Call early and avoid
tho crowd. Lowest Cash Prices Guaranteed,
"W. 3HE- HOEKB,
001 Market Space, 308 G. 310 8tii St. H.V
W. B. MOSES & SON,
I'lHlirr I'.IvicmIIi miill'Nts. Norllmi-Hl.
rirst Floor Upholstory aoods and Taney
Bocond l'loor-rino Carpets and Itugs ot all
Third rioor Ingrain Carpots and all
l'ourth l'loor-rarlor rurulturo and Cabi
nets ot nil styles,
l'ltth l'loor-Chamber l'urnlturo, Omco I'ur
nlturo and Library l'urnlturo.
blxth l'loor Cheaper aradesot nil kinds ot
rurulturo nnd Uoddlng,
Bovcnth rioor-Bowlug nnd Cuttlns Depart
ment, Basement SurplUB Btocle ot l'urnlturo and
Bub-Basement-Elevator Machinery and Ex
Annex, on Eleventh Strcot-Cablnot, Up
lioletery and l'lnlshtng Bliopi.
FAMILY POND SOOIETY
1 1ds Society Issues bonds fromt.100 to (10,000
as Indemnity on the lives ol men and women.
OTKIOE 911 NINTH BTItEET N. W
Wimhlncton, D, 0.
HEW IOE OEEAM It DIHIHa SALOON
179 FOUIITEENTU BTAEET.
The host Cream will bo furnished In saloon and
ont per order to any part of tho city. Oakis.COM.
fiKillouery, Fruits, etc., constantly ou band,
Meals served to persons at their rooms allow
rates. 15. JltJiillAV,
HAVING RECENTLY FITTED UF A
In connection with ray PATENT PIlOOESS, I
am prepared to furnish
ILLWniATIONS AT NEW YOItK PMCES,
rhetographlng on Wood for the Trade.
41S ELEVENTH BTREET NORTHWEST,
M. F. EISEMAN, Manager.
UNDEIl ODD-FELLOWS' HALL, 421 7th St.
131. ID. BABE,
1111 PENN. AVE.
Oyercoatiis awl Tronserte
Of my own Importation, now received. Gentle
men, pleaso call, Inspect nnd leave yonr orders at
T1IK LKADINO TAILOKINO ESTABLISH
MENT OF WASlIINaTON. Best Goods. Best
Trimmings. None bnt first-class workmen em
Ployed at 1111 1'ENN. AVENUE.
H. D. B.A.RR,
IMPORTER AND TAILOR.
Bojs' School -Sflits Just Receivefl.
Children's, with short pants, li, i.!30, Ji and I i;up
Ace it) to 17, price, ii, ii to ana p up,
milMren'. will. Mhnrlriknt.. f f i.Rft. 1.1 ami
Hoys' single Coats, i: and I
Hoys' blnclo l'ants (short). 60c, esc,, "5c. and Jl.
AiLssrs' ana iiotb rcnooi Duuen iiuiu ii up,
Boys' School lints from 40 and 60 cents up.
Hoys' Flannel Shirtwaists, 75c. up
Women's oood, solid Bat. bhoo for 11 nnd up,
omen a uoou, tioua jiai. csuoo 10
101 AND1D10 PENNSYLVANIA AVE.
Excelsior Clothing House
1217 Pcnnoylvanla Aye. 1217
HEEIIH'Gr, tho Olothier,
410 Sovontn Streot,
A. SAKS & CO.,
LEADERS IN CLOTHING,
BIB A.3STP 31S 7TH ST.
B. ROBINSON & CO.,
Tho Boya' Olothloro,
EtS rZNHSTLVAHIA AVENUE MUU
I. HAMBURGER & SONS,
TAILORS AND ULOTHIKHS.
015 FENNA, AVE., under Metropolitan Hotel,
P. B. CHANTLER,
Grain, Provision and Stock Brokor,
1 1!13 FENN. AVE, (CORCORAN BUILDING)
tari'rlvato Chicago wire Tclophono 100 3,
Chicago Correspondents t
r. B. LILLEY.
F. B. Lilley & Oo.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions
1427 T STREET N. W WASUINOTON, D. C.
U11ANCH OITICE-d B. Holllday Bt., Baltlmoro
PsyRnllway nnd cthor Securities bousht
nnd sold on Commission only. Btoccs and
bonds bought lor Investment or carrlod on
BATBMAW & 00.
1411 F Stroot.
Uemocrs Now York Stock Hxcbange,
Prlvato TclegrapU Wirc3 to Baltimore,
Philadelphia, Now York and Boston.
All Securities Bought and Bold on Margin r.ai
NEW YORK OFFICE,
GREEN & BATEMAII, 35 Wall Street
TBrigliam Bishop & Go,
1S31 if STREET H, W Washington, D. O,
RELIABLr. AND RESFONSIBLl
Stocks, Grain, Provisions and Petroleum
In Fractional Lots on One per Cent.
or more Margin.
STOCKS, 10 TO BOO SHARES.
(UtAlN. 1,000 TOSO.OOOBUSUELS.
LAUD, HO TO QUO Tll'.IKMOH.
FORK, OU 10 000 BARRELS.
I'o luterwt charged for carrying, Constant
Quotations. Spot cnah settlements.
This la tho biot wny to deal lu tbe above articles
on a limited amount ol capUa,
B. K. PLAIN.
W. B. IIIBBS,
Grain, Provisions and Stocks,
ST. CLOUD BUILDING, OTU AND 1" BT8
WASHINGTON, D, 0.
TOE NATIONAL BANIC OF THE RErUBLIO.
MILMINE, BODMAN 4 CO.
Constant quotations or the Chicago and Now
York Markets from direct prlvato wires.
Telephone number, 19,
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
U. BOWERB. H. 0. BOWERS,
Broadway and 40th Stroot,
ST. MABC HOTSX.,
Washington, D, 0,
IIIHVURN ltltOTIlr.ns, I'roiulclin..
Board 15 to 17 per week, Tlrtt clais. Usual
rates, 12 to 111. 'Iho abovo prlcee Id keeping
with the present hard times. Commercial rates,
II 23 per dayi usual rates, 2. Come and see roe.
teals always ready lor exiurelonlsts. Prlco, 40c
aull-tf B. HARNARI), Proprietor.
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St.,
How York City.
JAMES II, BRE8LIN a BROTHER, Proprietor
S. N. MEYER, 922 7tli St. N. W.
GOLD AND SILVER TRIMMING.
Manufacturer ot Banners, Club and Hocloty
Badges, Regalias, Ac.
Fall and WinterSuitings
rnnVrri vivrn vn ii u-nr, . ,-
women. Alto, spoclnl leeeons lu rapid writing,
etenograpby and typo-wrltlntr. Enter any timo
ror day or night sessions, Henry 0. Bpencor,
I'rlnclpnli Barn A. spencer. Vlco-I'rlnclpnl.
Pn.,,YAJ,,1i,HS8J0?'8 1N A''t GRADE! OF
,. JSuSZ' . To aduiu.conndentlal. Prepares
IVY INblllUTJi:, H. W. tor. 8th and Ksts n. w.
Mathematical, ulasslcal, Buslu" si
v.. ...,. B- W. tfLYNN. A. M.
KTenlng Classs ijamils a month
DRAVVINO AND PAINTIHO-THK RlMr
and cheapest plncotij learn drawing and
painting Is nt the National Academy or Piiio
Arts, corner 18th st. and N. Y. nve., all commotio
liig Immediately will be received nt hall-nricot
children's Haturdayclasa (III pi-r year; cliwei ut
ter 4 o'clock for thoio In the lieparments. n.tt
"laTABIIINOTON H01100L OF PHO.NOO.
TV rapliy and Type Writing, Kl I siren, liu,
nlar evening sessions from Hcpinmber 15. Send
address for circular'to J, A. Whltcomb, prlnel-Pal-
Tho Greatost Inducement ever oflercd to the
cltliens ol Washington to furnish their homes bra
small outlay of cash nnd the balance in easy weekly
or monthly payments. Webavetbe largcstnnl
best assortment of goods and the lowest prices of
any bpuse In tbe clly. Our Stock comprises a full
Chamber Furniture & Parlor Suites,
Carpets, Mattlnns. Oil-Cloths, Rugs,
Ohlldrcn'a Carriages, Refrigerators,
Pier anil Mantle Glasscq, Clocks, Lo
Orogan'a Is the Largest Installment Furnlturo
r?I?rPctlIoullol,uaeDnlled States (formerly
tho Itlnk, on
NEWTORK AVE..BET. lath AllthSts.N'. W.
Call belore purchasing elsewhere and tavo
East Wasliinifton AQvertisements.
Etoves sold on Installments ot wooltly and
monthly paymonts at
W. B. MAROHE'S,
223 Pennsylvania nvonuo.
Also a largo stock ot houecfurnlshlng Roods
ns low ns any ttoro In tbo city. Ronairlns ot
furnaces, rango;, etc., a.epeclalty.
223 l'ENNAt AVENUE.
ORLEBRAXUD UKAI.ING Sl'ltlNUU,
BATH COUNTY, VA.
R. B. FERGUSON,
DEOOND AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE, D, H.
AGENT FOR D. O.
PERFECLV SAFE AND HEALTHY.
Dooloy's Rialto Soda Water,
With Grannlated Ice. Purity ot Ingredients and
Cleanliness of Utenslfs Unexcelled.
Glass Kyrup Tanks,
Htcel ronnlalns lined with block tin.
TVICIDMAN'B, 303 1'onns. Ave. S. JI.
For Poro Candlfs. Fine Foreign nnd Doracntlo
Frnlts. C'-akes. Pis Knta edc.
PIANOS AND MUSIC.
Tho Best In Tho World.
From 9)22 upward, for cash, or rontod until
ront pays for them. For lull particulars soo
937 Penn. A.vo noar 10th St.
iOK. 13- DKXTSiasr,
Dockor Bros.' PJanoo,
107 TENTH STREET NORTHWEST
ainaxi.ai.ei3r, fSil! .?ffi4.il
J: V. LTTOAS,
Emerson, Stecc& Bau'sPiauosj
Wilcox A White and Klmhall Or.
rans. Planns and Orrani .ntrt nn ,n.ai..n...
rented or eichangedi ront applied If purchased. '
HENRY EDERBACH, 013 F St.
Managing Partner ol the lato firm of Bills & Co
tfOOO AND COAL.
J. I, WEEATLEir
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Anthracile and BitQminous Coal,
Pine, Oak and Hickory Wood,
Largo sloe of freshly-mined Coal, ecirctedior
family use. Prices always e 9 low as nuy house In
thetraao. Coal thoroughly screened beloredf
livery and standard weight CS10 pounds) totao
A CALL SOLICITED.
Otlico and Yard : 21 st. & Indiana avo.n. w
Near Tlalttmnrn A OhtoDenot.
HOOTS AIIO SHOES.
HOOT AND HUOISMAKKK,
Dalton & Strickland,
030 Penn. Avenuo.
Ladles', Mleeea'.Chlldron'sand Geutlomon'a
Shore, ror evening, drees nnd business wear,
nil nl th" hen quality nndatreosouabloprlcoa,
One-rrlce Shoo Storo,
A. L. HAZELTON,
33 SEVENTH BT.,
Under OflJ-rellowg' Hall.
A.B.KKYKH. JL, smith;
UZBTT33S Oe OO.,
Oloeo Carriages for woddlngs, call and re
ceptions. Boarding and Livery Btablo, Wll
lard's Hotel Btables, corner 11th and E sts,