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THE EVENING CRITIC, WASHINGTON, D. O., WEDNESDAY, DECEM33EB 31, 1884.
v- v -v v'v
Wo Invite special afentlon to our unusually
largo and vailed stock ot
And led confident of being abletoofforspoclal
Inducements In out lino.
WE ENUMERATE IN PART:
JUIB1NB (new crop) Royal clutter, London
Layer, Dehesa, Valencia, Ondurn Layers,
CITRON, OCREANTS, STUFFED W1E8BADES
Prunes, sugared Ftg, French and Turkish
NEWNUTB IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
MOIIVB ENOL18U TLUM rUDDtNG.
RI0TIARD8ON ft R0BDIN8' PLUM rUDDING.
l'LTJM rUDDlNO In2-lb a-lb.and .1-lb.bngs.
DOMEfiTIO AND FOREIGN TIOKLES AND
cape cod cranberries, Florida or-
angei", Melsga Grapes.
NEW atUE AND BUGVRED FIG3.
ATMORIV9, AUNT ARBY'S, BOSTON MARKET,
Ilome-Mado and Oordon k Dllworth'a Mince
W1NE8-C00K1NO AND TABLE BtlERRIKS,
Catawbae, Scuppernong, Madeira, Porta aud
cbnmpagncsotall popular brands at Now
CONSEHVEP mOlTS IN FANCY BOXES.
MAILLARD'S, WHITMAN'S, RIDLEY'S DAN
DIES M prices oa low as tuo lowest,
BRYAN'S MlIDb FLOUR.
0. 0. BRYAN
1413 New York Avenue
To be Meiry You Must Eat.
The Clap Grocery Co.,
806 Sovonth St. Northwest.
in order that all may enjoy tbemsolvos du
ring tbo Holiday Season wo bava laid In a
most magnttlcont stock ot everything In tbo
Urocery and Provision Line. Wo bavo
Nuts, Candlos, Raisins, &c,
by tbo carload. Preserves, Bwootmoats, fco.,
In large quantity, and ovorytblng at roPO
In RtaploOoods wo bnvo an Immenso supply
and quote you tbo following
liartai List ot Prices !
Brown Su gars, 6 He. per pound.
Almost Wblto Sugar, Oc. per pound.
Standard A Sugar, 7c, or 10 pounds for 08e.
Cut-Loal Sugar, 7Xc. per lb., or 10 lbs. fpr7Jo.
t370ur correo and Tea boat anything in
quality and prlco.
Look at Our Pricos for Flour.
Ceres, $0.75 bbl., $1.00 '4 bbl., 83c. xj,bbl.
lioiaen inn jo.'o ddih i.av M "", i "w "
Swlsa Process, 0.25 bbl., f 1.68 Hi bbl., 70c.
Cooks' Dellgbt, $0.25 bbl., $1.3S i bbl., 08c.
Send your orders by mall or telepbone.
Telephonocall, No. 423-2.
Bavo your money by doallng wltb tbo
OHIOAGO GROCERY GO.,
806 Seventh St. Northwest.
DEER FOOT FARM .Qftijcmc
Packed From tne Churn In 3-lb. Folia
Received Twico a Wook,
Direct From a Dnlry of Aldornoy Cows.
428 NINTH STREET.
Dotwoon D nnd E.Next Door to Jor
vis' Ico Cronm Saloon.
BR0W1W & MIDDLEM,
'Wholeaale and Betall Dealers In
A01CNTS FOB. WERNER'S
A Fare American Wine. All tho' best Foreign
Cordials and Bitters. We am also Agents for tuo
Celebrated CLYBM10 WATER, and
Calvin Shafer's Wild Cherry Rook and Rye
WHEN YOD ARE BUYING
TEAS, COFFEES AND SPICES,
Remember yon can get them at Hew York Prices
American Tea Store,
COTt. SEVENTH AND I BTB.
HAK1J0UK A HAMILTON,
aS7. 080. all Louisiana Avenue.
941 Pennsylvania Avonuo,
Makes a Specialty of Caramels, Bostin Drops,
ButtorCups and LIme-Julce Drops for 25 cts.
perpouud. No connection vltn any otbor
aiASlNO THIS UASK
DUNQ All Linen, both
Linings and Exteriors.
Ask for them,
422-34 Elrhth at- between S and E n. .
Close carriages tor weddings, calla and re
cwvuoiuj, ONOtuE win wyery nusie.
THE EVENING CRITIC.
ruMJsfatd Dully (BamHys Excepted)
The Evening OiiHo Publishing Company,
811 NINTH BTREET NORTHWEST,
BINOI.E COPV..,....:.'.. .... CENTS
11 V UA1UUKII .. SI3 CKNTd
)Y MAIL (Puiagpl'.M) One Year...... t-0O
11Y MAlbPoalage I'alil) BIx Months.......... a.oo
Moll Subscriptions Invariably lu Advance.
EVENING CRITIC runLIBIIINa COMPANY,
Washington, 1). O.
J-Mtti at nlthe rottomu In iruOiofenii second
Wodnosday. Poo. 31, 1884-.
grasp orrnA-UoUBE. Tbo melodrama,
In tbo Ranks."
ronn's Orriu-Housn. Tho llanlons In tbo
pantomime, "Lo Voyage en Bulseo."
NATtoKAb THEATUE. "Young Mrs. Win
throp." Ilritzoo'g MWEUM.-Comlo oporo, "Olivette,"
by tbo Jennie Kimball company,
TnEATiiE CoMiqtJE, Tho Zamtab Combina
tion. dime ucsktju. Tho Hollywood Family In
tho lalry oporotta, "Clndorolla."
MATIN BBS TH18 WEEK.
oiiANn ornnA-noiisE. Wednesday, Thurs
day and Saturday.
Foiid's OrrnA-IIocsE. Wednesday , Thurs
day and Baturday,
National Tiifatise. Wednesday, Thurs
day and Baturday.
UMtZOU'H MVBE11M. Dally.
TiiEATnECouiqUE. Tuesday, Thursday and
Dime MrsFtisi, Dally.
Tho special bulletin Issued from tbo Blgual
Ufilco to-day says i
For Thursday, generally fair woatbor and
lower tempornturo aro ludlcated tor New
England and tbo Middle Atlantic States.
Thn cold-wava (lac has been ordered up
(0:35 ii. m.) at Washington, and tbo tempera
turn will probably tall twenty-Qvo or thirty
drgrceB lu tho next twonty-tourorthlrty-slx
The Now Year's reception, to-morrow at
tho Wlillo IIouso and tho roiidenco, of
members of tbo Cabinet will bo unsur
passed If not uncqualcd In brilliancy and
Tiikkr Is a good doal of dlflcronco In
tho ranks of tbo Democracy of tho IIouso
on tbo subject of tbo Blair Educational
bill. That dlOcrcnco will result In tho
failure of tbo bill to become a law. Asa vory
gencial rule tbo Poutbcrn Mombors aro op
posed to tbo bill. Tho Educational bill,
llko a number of others orlglnatod by
Senator Blair and passed by tho Sonato, Is
destined todlo In tho IIouso.
Feiibonal feeling Is a potent factor In
tbo contest for tho Now York Sonatorshlp.
It is nn undlspntcd fact that tho Blalno
men aro opposing tho President's candidacy
bicausoof tho lattor's alleged lukowarm
nissin tho recent campaign. Tho Blaino
men, it is claimed, profor any ono to Arthur
or Arthur's choice. A now olomont in tho
light ha, just bcon Introduced. It is tho
bittor hostility of tho friends of tho lato
Secretory Folgcr to tho claims of Mr.
Evarts for tho nomination. Tho Folgor
men cay that Ir. Evarts refused to assist
Secretary Folgor whon tho lattor was a
Gubernatorial candidate, becauso ho pro
fessed to ceo disaster to tho ltopubllcans,
and wanted to keep his skirts clear. Tho
Folgcr men aro cow bont on rovonge.
Evarts will not be nominated if they can
At midnight tho old year dies aha
eighteen hundred and olghty-flvo is born.
Tho old year has been on tho whole a
prosperous and mcmorablo ono in Washing
ton. It has brought butlittlo hardship, con-
(IBgion or uisiress, uuu ii. una wiluussvu uu
expansion of tho city, an improvement of
' tbo streets and parks, an abundance or
1 blessings and a developing and increasing
trade. Tho city stands hlghor in tho pop
ular estimation, Is moro attractive, moro
beautiful and moro admired than sho wa,
a year ago.
Thero is every reason to bopo that tho
wish lor "a happy Now Year," so oft re
peated to-day and to-morrow, will bo fully
A busy and brilliant wintor is oponlng,
and tho foturo seems bright in every re
spect. Tho march ot progress will not bo
checked, and succeeding Now Years' days
will usher in years of Increasing prosperity
SOME NEWSPAPER SAYINGS.
A Sensible Man.
President-elect Cleveland la Intensely prac
tical. His expressed doslro not to receive
presents being dally disregarded, he has or
dered bll gilts sent him to be given away tor
cbarltablo purposes In, Albany, iOJtoi (llobt.
Uacfnl In Ilia Business1.
A onlncv milkman has offered to take away
tree ot oxpenso to tho city of Boston the Ooggs
well fountain recently placed on Boston Com
mon. He evidently thinks it will be orna
mental as well as useful In ble barnyard,
Better Imitate WasblnRton.
Tho good Boston woman wno offers to give
$60,000 toward a fund to provide tree dentis
try lor children In the publlo schools thero
might mako better uso of her monoy provid
ing something to nil their stomachs. By tno
showing ot a local paper there must be more
destitution In Boston at this Chrlstmastlde
than In almost any other city ot the country,
A Boaton Woinnu'fl WorK.
Hero Is an active Boston woman's round of
engagements for a day: Professor Patne's now
lecturo on muslo and a chapel dedication In
tho mornings matlneo at tho Museum, a look
In at tbo women's meeting at tbe Educational
and Industrial Union, and Just a minute at
Mrs. 'a reception on tbo way homes in
tbe evening In symphony concert and pos
sibly a reception In honor ot somo lltorary
Hon at Mr. 'a afterwards. This Boston
person, It is hardly necessary to add, Is not
Thoy have some queer names for tholr poli
tical parties in France. There aro the Auton
omists, tbo Opportunists and tbe Irreaoncll
ables. Wo have no Irreconellables Just yet,
but the prospect Is excellent for an extraordi
nary crop within the next four yearn. .Veil)
What the Kepnbllcann Hid.
The Republicans paid $1,070,000,000 ot tbe
principal of tbo debt, reduced tbe annual in
lereet over $70,000,000, and leave an oyer
notvinc Treasury to tho Democrats. That's
business done In a buslnoss way. Now, gon
tlemen Democrats, It you dobne-slxth as woll
In tbe next lour years you will Just keep up
tbo average. You haven't tbe brains In your
patty to do It. Hartford JW.
Driirjlfcnncf.f, or tho Liquor Ilublt,
Cnu lie Cnrvtl by Ailmlulaterlui;
Dr. IIuIiich' Uolilen iioclflc.
It can be glvon tn a cup of coffee or tea with
out tbo knowledge of tho persont aklng It, ef
fecting n speedy and permanent cure, whether
tbe patient Is n modorato drinker or an alco
holic wreck. Thousands ot drunkards have
been mado temperate men who have taken tho
Golden spocllla tn tbolrcoffeo without their
knowledge, and to-day bellovothey quit drink
ing ot their own f reo will. No harmful effects
result from Its administration. Cures guar
anteed, circulars and testimonials sent free.
Addtees, uomen Br-Ecwcco.,
ISA Race St., Cincinnati, O.
For sale by R. E, Uelphenstlne, Ebbltt
nouse Drug Store, and also corner l'ourtoenth
street and Yermont avenue,
In Hnbono Dyspeptic 7
Senator Mahene was Interviewed yosterdny,
llenredlcta Blurfflahnesa In business under
Democratic rulet thinks tbs married men will
cling to their cash, manufactories closnjutd
Viinu ..V.Q DUSUD, m .
7tb ana E,
ruLL-puMB yeeuEiJiiii Bros.,
A member ot Colonel Manloson'n Opora 0 m
Iat baa becotno insane. Several other lm
proMinents In tbo company have also boeu
mndo laloly. Chicago Vally Xtwu
Tne agitation for tho reduction of tho prices
ot admission and seats In the theatres will
meet with tbo strongest opposition from soma
managers. Tho Mallorys aro very much op
posed to It. 11 irror.
Members ot tho South American Commission
mot nt tho Mexican Excbango, In Now Odeanc,
yclterday, and llstonrd to tho vlows ut busl
neis men on the subject of trade relations with
Mexico and Boutb America.
In answer to a remonstrance from n, body ot
labor men against tho doltmiueit tax-list being
published In a so-called "rat" uowspipor In
l'hlladrlpbla, John Unntor, tix rocolver,
yesterday refused to mako any cbango.
Governor Jarvls , of North Carolina, has or
deredtbatan eleollon be held on January IS
to nil tho vacancy caused by tho resignation
oi ucnerai scales from uonnrees, james w.
Itecd, Congrcssman-eloct from tho district
represented by Oonoral Scales, will run tor
tbo unoxplrod teim.
Drlgadler-Oeueral Augur, ot tbo Department
ot tbo Mltsourl, has ordered Colonel Hatch, ot
luo um unvait, io procoou iu uituii i.usomi,
Indian Terrliory, with six troops of cavalry
and ono company ot Infantry and romovo un
authorized porsons from Oklahoma and other
points lu the Indian Torrltoty.
Bubroonas wero Issued In Now York yester
day on tho application ot Patrick II. Pelllnan,
editor ot lrtlanU'i Liberator, for Stephon B.
ElklnssndB. F. Jones, chairman ot tho Re
publican National Committee, as wltnosses on
tho charge nt libel mado by patrlokl'ord, of
tbo Jnsfi Worn, against him. Homo curious
developments are expected.
Bat la l'racrlo la a veteran Indian scout now
miDg nt Marshneld. Wis., aged 100 years.
Ilia latber was ono ot Astor's fur traders and
his mother a squaw. Bat sorvnd a, a scout
and interpreter in the war ot 1812, and was a
roldler throughout tbo campaign In Mexico.
For nlnety-nvo years ho has usod tobacco, and
will accopt anything that comes handy In tho
way of liquor.
A young man named William Lewel, con
verted nt a Salvationist moettng in Montroal
Monday, went yestorday to tho pollco omco
and surrendered himself for having obtained
goods under taleo pretenses from aeorgo Ma
lta?, q. o by whom ho was formerly em
ployed. Ho offered to pay tho money wnen bo
could earn sumclent. but ploadlng guilty ho
wna lommlltod to jail for ton days.
Tho Chicago Triivut has mado a canvass ot
tbo members ot tbo Illinois Legislature on
the Sonntorlal question, and finds that tho
ltopubllcans for first choleo stand 100 for
Logan and 2 for I'arwell. For second choice,
Farwell, 12; Hamilton, 1); J. 0. Haw ley, 2: and
Cglesby, 1. Only 2 1 signified a second choleo.
Tho Democrats for first choice stand t Harri
son, 20i Black, 2G Morrison, 21: Palmer, 11)
Allen 0: Marsh U unknown, 1.
Thoalfy Ttlniaph, In nn nrttdo on tho
proposed NIcnroguan Canal, sayat "there oan
not bo two opinions as to tbo advisability ot
England seeking peace and harmony with
America In preteronco to any otbor power. It
can hardly bo Earl Granville's doslro to
quarrel with America over tho long-forgotten
Clayton-Uulwer treaty, to which tew English
men attach vory great importance England
has no intorest In forcibly opposing a canal
across tbo Isthmus ot Panama, by whomsoever
constructed, wltb propor provisions. A wlso
Englun government win perceive inouariu'
tereiis lie in just mo opposite
IlnflH Done Up,
equal to nruwwrMorl
Freeh Alderney buttej
iod even morn-
ing and aeiiverea
perils. Alsqoemco c(
oto. buttermilk and
sweet joUUfBc, per qt.
Croam, 15c. per pint.
In all Grades at Greatly Reduced Rates.
WILLIAM R. RILEY,
Jl 1 1 i-y IIiiIIiIIiik. far. Dili nml B Win, n. w.
For Bargains in Dry Goods
TRUNNEL & CLARK,
811 MARKET SPACE.
'afcf SEVENTH BTREET NORTH WEHT,
TOVEB. RANOES and HEATERS!
STOVE AND jmilNAflB mfPAIltH.
ISrOAFITAI. rlUZE, fl70,000..d
Tickets only 0. Shares In Proportion,
Louisiana State Lottery Company
"VrfoArtfifCr(iytAac wnupirvtii tmar.
ranntmtnlior all tht Monthly ana Html-Annual
jJruwlngi of The Louisiana Mate Lottery Com
pany, and tn pereon manage and control tne
Vramngi thenutlvee,and that the tame are con
ducted with honeitu, faXmtti, and n good faith
toxcard alt partite, and we aulnorlte the Company
to vie IMe certljlcate, with fac-rimllei of our ilg
natures attached, In ill advertuemente,"
Incorporated In 1E68 for Z3 years by the Leeisla
latnre for Educational and Charitable pnrposeo
with a capital of $1,000,000 to which a reserve
fond ot over 560,000 haa since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote Its franchise
was made a part of tbe prcacnt State ConaUtutlon
adopted December 2, A. D. 1879. . , .
The only Loturytur voted on and Indorltd tv
me ptopte many oiuic.
Jt never icalei or poitponti.
Its OrandHlngloNuinber Drawings tako
place monthly .
A BM.ENDID Ol'POHTUNlTV XO
WIN A FOKTCNK. FIRST GRAND DRAW
INO, CLASS A., IN THE ACADEMY Off
MUBIO, NEW URLEANS, TUESDAY, Jnu,
13,1880 170th Monthly Drawing.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $75,000.
100,000 Tickets at Dive Dollars Each,
fractions, In Filths, lul'roportlou.
list of rnizzs,
1 CAPITAL P11IZE.................... ... 175,000
1 do do VlfHQ
1 do do -.. 10,000
2 PRIZES OF 16000, . 12,000
5 do 2W............ 10,000
10 do 10OO........ ............... 10,000
20 do 600..... .. 10,004
1(0 do ZOO.... . SO.OOO
8(10 do J0O........ ............... 30,000
600 do 60 '5,000
10O0 do 25 ..... 23,000
9 Approximation rrltou of t"'0. ...... ........ S.7M
9 do do .......... 1JXKI
9 do do 8W....... . 2.SS0
1M7 Prltes. amounting to............. 263,W)0
Application tor rales to clabs ihonld be mads
only to the ofhee of the Company In New Or.
For farther Information write clearly, giving
fall address. 1'ONTAI, NUTKv, Bxpren
Weoey Orders or New Yrk Ezcbaoga lu ordi
nary letter. Cnrrcncv by Ezpreas fall sums of
6 and upwards at our expense) addressed
Make P.O. Money Orders payable and address
Registered Letters to
NEW OULKANS NATIONAL BANK,
New Orleans. La.
T - Ml UJ ELY'S
ysgy h mh tn a u nnn it tutu
l.reknnt Dlkt vt Hfl nti-nn ft n fi tYim
'..i.4ivi uni,-:.n,i ..-- .
r?f)i.V0?.u'Hb. IU 8 Head. Allavfl
MirriJPi-.li.VLi ii! at iiiiiamiiiaii on.
v-. lyitfSjm neais tne sores.
" . . n" i.i j
.ofis-m Rest or ob tbe
n- I "A"
r$&KiC$$l Senses ol Taste
if, J " siCi".! . -K.
ZsS via. 1 ft amen. A quick
AY-EEVttri! & positive Cure.
(0 cents at Druggltts. M cents by mall register
ed. Send for circular, Sample by mall. lOo.
ELY BROTHERS, Druggists, Owego, N. Y.
fbii iff g.ym'3
IE m ornmssT
814 Seventh Street Northwest.
Wo tender cur patrons our slnccro thanks for tho palronagojjxlondcdjdurlnjt th
yfftr 1881, and wo shall contluuo in tho futuro as wo did In tho past, honc3t and fair
dtolluKs, courteous treatment nnd lowest prices and also to kcop an elegant selection o
goeds. Wo aio detcrmlnlncd to clear balanco of following goods at prices tbatwlll mak
them sell :
COO Children's Cloaks, ago i to 30, from $2.C0 to $7.
Ladles' Russian Circulars, Nowmarkots, Dolmans in Diagonal, Ottoman and Sicilian
Silk and Berlin Twilled, at half their value.
Onr stock of Millinery, such as Children's and Ladles' Hats, trimmed nnd untrlm
rord, have to go.
Our Bltds, Tips, Plumes, Flowers, Yclvots, and Volvoteons will also bo slaughtered.
Now Is your chnnco. Mako uso of it whilo wo still bavo tho Assortment to obllgo
you. Call early nnd obtain your bargains at
lEIZLSTGi-'S . JPJLT-.JL.CD'JEI,
814 Sevontli Street Northwest.
7GG J. K. -YOUNG. 73Q
Useful Dry and Fancy Uoodi, Cloaks, Blankets
and WoeKn Dreaa Uoodi below coat to close out,
de3) Heventh-strect Mourning btore.
SPECIALTIES FOR HOLIDAYS
Ladles' Alaska Sealskin Sacqucs.
Fine Plush Sacques and Newmarkets.
Gentlemen's Hats and Caps.
Fine Silk Umbrellas
STINBMETZ & SON,
1237 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Black Dress Goods, Embroideries,
Laces and Trimmings.
710 MARKET SPACE, WASHINGTON, D. 0.
416 Seventh St. Northwest.
HOSIERY a Specialty
NINTH AND P STREETS'
Who wish to tako advantage ot this groat sao
rlflco salo should lose no time In doing so. For
overy dollar wo ask wo aro offering two In
value. Ag special reductions wo prosont tbo
following and Invito your inspection i
Fur Beaver and ElyBian
Now 55.25, formerly til. Now J0.50, formerly
$13. Now $7.50." formerly $15. Now to.50,
formorly $18.00. Now $11.00, formerly $21.
SUITS, in Various Stylos.
Now $-1.50, formorly 18.50. Now $0, formerly
$12. Now $7.00. formorly Jfld. Now $t, for
merly $17.60. Now $10.50, formerly $20.
Now Sl.fSO, formerly $3. Now $2, formorly $1.
Now $2.75, formerly $5. Now $3.70, formerly
Children's Suits from $1.02 up. Euoo Pants,
18c. up. Boys' Suits, $3.'J5 up. '
912 F STREET-Opp. Masonic Temple,
Six doors from Ninth street.
CATAWBA WINE, $1 per Gallon.
Dae Wines and Liquors at
McCauIey & Dellwig's,
200 I'ENNBYLVANIA AYE. EAST
TOYS AND DOLLS
AT BOTTOM riOURES.
McCauIey & Delwlo's, 211 Penn.ave.east,
Capitol Holiday Goods
DOOLEY'S DRUG STORE,
TniRD AND PENNSYLVA-NIA AVE. B. E.
WIIIUHAX'B, B03 Fennn. Ave. S. .
For Pare Candlrs, Fine Eorelgn and DomeaUo
Frnlts. Cakes. Pies Knts.io.
00075 AND SHOES.
EDMONSTON & CO.,
13S0 AND 1811 7 BTREET,
And at Avenno Store-OlS PENN, AVENUE
1IUOT AND UIIOEMAHEIt,
Ono-Prlco Shoe Store.
A. L. HAZELTON,
tJIS SEVENTH ST.,
fr-S?i1K' tn i,ff' r7 .f "ttV
December 1, 2, 3.
Imported and Domestic Goods in
OLIVE WOOD & SWISS GOODS,
Fine Gill B cob, Juvenile Alliums
AND ALL STANDARD WORKS, AT TnE VERT
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
XMAS CARDS at
J. D. FKEEt JBji.
Finest Assortment of XMAS CARDS
In the city.
S-iO vs. lOO !
Among tbo attractions of tbo Christmas
tlmce.uono commends itsolt moro particularly
Simpler In construction, and (GO cheapor
than Its moro pretentious rivals, nny ono can
operate It. Lndles depending on their exor
tlonswlll find this machine ot great advan
tage. Where, then. Is thero a bettor Christ
mas present from tbo benevolent". Call and
see the superior work ot this new claimant for
R. H. EVANS, Gen. Agent,
1QS1 F STREET.
EVERY MACHINE GUARANTEED.
USED IN ALL THE DEPARTMENTS,
BEST IN THE WORLD
WyckoiT, Seaman8 & Benedict, Solo Ag'ts.
J. It. JJUOKELEW, manager. '
LE DROIT PUILDINO.
THE CALI GRAPH!
IT STANDS AT THE HEAD,
W.H. PORTER, Gen. Ani.
033 V STREET.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
PERREARD'O ERENOH HOTEL AND RES
taurnnti new billiard and pool parlors i
500 and 508 l'ourtoenth st.i arst-closs table
board, a la Carte, all day; Imported wines and
llquorsi tbe hotel has been enlarged and
beautinod at eipence ot over $2,000. oolO-nm
W. B. BOWERS.
Broadway and 40th Stroot,
UOtVUIlH UltOTHEIlN. Proprietors.
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St.,
How York Olty.
JAMES H. BRESLIN A RROTHElt, Propiletor
CRUSHED AND ORDINARY,
ror Cooking and Boating, for sale by tbe
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY.
A. B, KEYKH. J. L, BMITIII
EZBTsrEs as ao.,
CIoso Carriages for woddlngs, call and re
ceptions. Boarding and Livery Stable, WIN
lard's uotoi B tables, comer 11th ana E ete,
With a Superior and Attractive Lino of
Entirely Eew aarmoiits
For Men, Doys and Children.
Wo aro now Fully under way. Drop In.
Geo. F. Timms & Co.,
400-N. W. Cor. 7ih and D Sts.
ONE-PKICE CLOTHING HOUSE.
ZE3I. X). BABE,
UU PENN. AVE.
i n in
Oimtate aii Troiscrta
Of my own Importation, now received. Gentle
men, please call, Inspect and leave your orders at
THE LEADING TAILORING ESTABLISH
MENT OF WASHINGTON. Beit Goods. Beet
Trimmings, None but flrit-class workmen em
Ployed at 1111 PENN. AVENUE.
H. D. BARR,
IMPORTER AND TAILOR.
Boys' School Soils Jest Receive!
Age 10 to 17, price, II, (160 and 15 up.
Children's, with short pants. I :, U0, ki and I l.np
ltoya'BlnBle Coats, 12 and 260up.
Hoys' Single l'anta (short), 60a, Be., lie. and lb
Misses' and Boys' bcnool unoea irom 11 up,
Boys' Hchool Jiata from 40 and W cent np.
Women's Good, Solid Bnu Shoe lor II and np,
101 AND 1010 PENNSYLVANIA AVE.
CT. "W". SBLBY.
We will offer our entire stock of Overcoats
at greatly rcducod pricos.
421 Seventh stroot.
(under Odd-Fellows' Hall),
M. v. EISEMAN, Managor.
Excelsior Clothing House
1217 Pennsylvania Ave. 1217
HEMIIT&, tho Clotliier,
410 Soventn Street.
A. SAKS & CO.,
LEADERS IN CLOTHING,
16 AXTS Q18 VXH ST.
B. ROBINSON & CO.,
The Boys' Clothiers,
m PENNSYLVANIA AVENUJi anM-B
I. HAMBURGER & SONS,
TAILORS AND CLOTniEHS,
01S PENNA. AVE., under Metropolitan Hotel.
LOU1B KBTTLEB, Morclmut Tailor,
1232 V STREET N. Wl,
Hasrecclvrd his Olotbs and Casslmcres and In-
vltea an Inspection of the same.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
1001 g STREET.
In all Departments ot tbe Government,
promptly collected by
S. P. BROWN,
Agent and Attorney, 1120 F street.
r, D. LILLEY,
T. A. EENDia.
F. B. Lilley & Co.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions
1127 F BTREET N. W., WASHINGTON, D. 0,
BRANCH OFFICE 1 B. Holllday Bt, Baltlmoro
tayRallway and otbor Securities bought
and sold on Commission only. Stocks aud
bonds bought tor investment or carried on
BATEMAN & GO.
1411 F Stroot.
Members New York Stock Exchange.
Private Telegraph Wires to Baltlmoro,
Philadelphia, New York and Boston,
All Securities Bongbt and Sold on Margin and
NEW YORK OFFICE,
GREEN & BATEMAN, 35 Wall Street
T Brlgnaiii Bishop & Co.
1331 F BTREET N, W., Washington, D. O.
RELIABLE AND EESfONSIBLE.
Stooks, Grain, Provisions and Petroleum
In Fractional Lots on One per Cent.
or more Margin,
bTOCKB, 10 TO BOO 8TIA11ES.
LAHI, 00 TO BOO TIEUOUS.
PORK, 00 TO BOO BA11REU3.
No Interest charged for carrying. Constant
Quotations. Spot cash settlements.
This Is tbe beat way to deal In the above attlcjes
II. K, PLAIN,
W. B. IIIBllS,
Grain, Provisions and Stocks,
BT, CLOUD BUILDING, OTH AND F STS.,
WASHINGTON, D, C.
THE NATIONAL BANK OF THE REPUBLIC,
UILMINE, RODMAN A 00,
COXB'ant quotations Of tbe Chicago and New
York itaxkela from direct private wires.
It! ,pbene number, o.
tail ana WHduiK
PAKOS AND MUSIC.
EDWARD F. IS
TAETNEn OF THE LATE FIRM OF
W. 0. METZEROTT & CO.,
SB DPB3SraST- AVE.
AT THE OLD STAND,
Begs to announce that bo has opened an en
tirely new and caretully-selectod stock ot
Pianos ! Organs !
Music and Musical Instruments.'
Mr. droop has boon appotntod Bolo Agent
for tbo sale ot tbo Celebrated Pianos ot STEIN
WAY fc SONS. OABLEll fc BRO., WHEEL00K,
OROVESTEEN Ii FULLER and sevoral otber
makes. Pianos and Organs for salo and ront
upon easy terms, ji
Tuning and repairing promptly attended to
MRS. HENRIETTE C. METZEROTT,
navlng purchased tho entire Interest of Mr.
ED W. DROOP in tho Arm ot W. O. METZEKOT r
h CO., has removed to large and commodious
NO. 003 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Wfcero tho following Instruments may bn
found i CbtckerlngA; Sonr, nardman, Haines
Bros., Stelnway, James A Holmstrom, O, O.
Brlggs A, Co., Grovesteon At Fuller, Wheelock,
Matcball and Wendell, Billings and tho world
renowned Olongh h Warren Organs, fcc.
A lull stock of Music and Musical Works con
stantly on band,
A SPECIALTY IN TUNING AND REPAIEISO
Having retalnod tho sorvices of Messrs,
(lEonoi: ELY and H. WAGNER, tor many years
wltb tho Orm, nil orders by mall for tuning or
muslo promptly attended to. noio-tt
Tho Bost In Tho World.
From $22 upward, tor cash, or rontod until
rent pays for them. For lull particulars seo
937 Ponn. Ave., near 10th St.
C3-. jhci os-criacrT,
Dockor Bros.' Pianos,
07 TENTH, STREET NORTHWEST.
01 F. X.TJO.A.I3,
BIS Nln(h HI., nndMchnrch.next to Crltlo office
SfppV 9, BqhIcj PiOTIW aai
Wilcox White and Kimball Or-I I ff I H
tans. Planes ana Organs sold on Instalments:
rented or exchanged; rent applied If purchased.
HENRY EBERBACH, 915 FSt,
atanaatna1 Paitner of in, lato Aim ef'EUls A Co
The Greatest Inducement ever ottered to tho
citizens of Washington to furnish their homes by a
small outlay of cash and the balance In easy weekly
or monthly payments. Wo have the largest and
best assortment of goods and the lowest prices of
any house lu the city, Onr Stock comprises a fall
Chamber Furniture & Parlor Suites,
Carpets, Mattings, Oil-Cloths, Rugs,
Cblldreo'8 Carriages, Refrigerators,
Pier and Mantle Glasses, Clooks, &o
Grotan'a la the Largest Installment Fnrnltnro
and Carpet House In tho United States (formerly
tbe Rink, on
NEW YORK AVE., BET.iath&lithEU.N.T
Call before purchasing elsewhere and aavi.
nth and 1) sts. n. w. Younc and middle acd .
men and women trained for business. Rapid
women irainea xor business, Jiapia
aok-keeplng, buslacsa practice, rapid
s, English langnage, stenography,
)g. etc., thoroughly taught. Aamfj-
Ton at any time. Liberal terms adapted to the
times. Year from date of entrance, day or night,
tso; three months, day. B20: night. 114: one month,
night, (5; rapid writing,!: lemons, la. Call or send
for circulars. lIKNltY o. BI'KNOER, Principal.
SARA A. SPENCER. VIce-lTlnUpal.
STRIOTLY PRIVATE LEBSONS OIVEN BY A
young lady ofoxporloncoln arithmetic,
grammar, epelllng, writing, geography and
similar etudlos to adults, or any whoso oarly
education may bavo been neglected. Address
at any time, Miss L box 2iu Olty PostoOlce.
NEW SCHOOL OF MODJIKN LANGUAGES,
1800 Uet. n.w. Rotorencosi Senator
and Mrs. John A. Logan, Hon. aud Mrs. M. L,
Joslyn, Oonoral and Mrs. s. D. Sturgls, Sol
diers' Home. Apply to principal, It. Duraaino,
or to vtco principal, Mrs, II, Dunmlne, moo u
at. n. v nol-tlnt
EVEN1NQ BUSINESS OOLLEOE,
dot) Pennsylvania avo. n. w.
Thorough Instruction In Penmanship, Math
ematics and Double-Entry Bookkeeping,
Btudents prepared for ,
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS.
no22-2m L. TWITOHELL, Principal.
TTkRAWING AND PAINTING-THE BEST
JLt and cheapest place to learn drawing and
painting Is at (ho National Academy of Fine
Arts, corner ISth at. and N. Y. uve.1 all commenc
ing Immediately will bo received at half-prtcei
children's baturday class 110 per yean cllMcan
ter 4 o'clock for thoae In the Depaxmenta. s&4 t f
TTTABItlNaTON SCHOOL OF PlIONOO.
YV rapny and T'ype-Wrlllng, 027 1 street. Reg
nlar evening sessions from September 10, Bend
address for circular to J, A, Whltcomb, prlncl.
HEW IDE OEEAM & DINIHQ SALOON
17 FOURTEENTH BTREET.
The best Creau will be furnished In saloon and
sent per order to any part of tbo city. Cakes.Con.
fpctlonery, Fruits, etc, constantly ou baad.
Meals served to persons at their rooms at low
sate.. M. Mil It KAY.
187 BEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST,
O. P. BURDSTTE, Sole Agent,