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THE FORKING TIMES; MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 189T.
of regular prices for
clioice of hundreds of Men's
and Youths' Sack Suits, all
the Woolen Bicycle Suits,
and every pair of Shoes in
for all small lots of
Children's Short Pants Suits
and Separate Trousers.
Robinson & Chery Co.,
12th snd F Sts. N. W.
Clothes. Furnishings. Eats. Shoes.
Lieut, Hcffner i-pcut lus first night at
headquarters. List night.
St&Uonkceper Allen, of the Fhst pre
cinct, is off on a few days.' leave.
.1oepli Quiglcy deposited S5 collateral
at the Third precinct last evening for
Henry Aulh.n butcher, was arrested by
Bicycle Olficei RoUnwm for rnst driving.
He was, released on H collateral.
Another splendid hcrsehas been bought
for the Fir precinct patrol wason. The
animal diwarded will be used for the'
Robert Hruwler fell from a Metropolitan
car Satutday niht at the corner of Kinth
fctrcet and I'ennigvlvama avenue and sus
t allied painful Injuries.
Mr. James B. Bril, superintendent or city
delivery nt the city postoffice, left on Uie
3:15 train yesterday for Denver, Col.,
for a moutu's vacation.
Maggie Irtwis, the colored woman who
was. hit on t lie head with a loaded cane by
Sarah llarri-, Saturday night, was much
Fire yesteiday morning at 3:10 o'clock
destroyed a barn and shed in the rear of
No. 1813 1-incriln avenue northeast. The
property was owned by Frank Itest, and
the damage amounted to about $300
Louise Browrr, colored, living at No. 2112
Q street northwest, fell down a stairway at
her home about 2 o'clock yesterday after
soon and was injured about the head and
hody. She was taken to the Emergency
B. AND O- BULLETIN.
Chautauqua, N. Y., 10; solid train,
through Pullman tleepers, via Pittsburg,
August 2. Space reserved in advance at B.
and O. ticket offices, 15th street and New
York avenue, andJ19 Pennsylvaniaavenue.
Philadelphia, S-J, August 3 and 4, good
until August 9. Bicycle meet, Philadelphia
Royal Blue, best line. No charge for wheels.
Round trip, 54.
Atlantic City, $3. Excursion, August 7.
Point Breeze, Baltimore, $1.00 next Sun
day. Cool bay breezes; all popular amuse
xuents, boaMng, bathing, music, refresh
ments. Special from New Jersey avenue
and C street, 8 10 a. in.
Baltimore and return, $1.25, Saturday
and Sunday, good to return until Monday.
Bay Ridge, 50 cents for the round trip.
Quicker than cars, 35 minutes to Grand
Central station from the new Whitehall ter
minal (South Ferry.) Jew York Royal
Blue trains are now using the new Ter
minal, elevated and surface lines to all
parts of the city, under one roof.
TJP-TOWN CYCLE CLUB'S RACES.
3Jany Handsome Prizes Donated
by Local Merchants.
The Up Town Cycle Club will hold its
piouic and road races at the Hotel Cycle,
Conduit Road, at 4.30 this afternoon. A
ton-mile handicap will be run, in which
a score of racers will compete.
The prizes wire donated by Royce &
Marctiu, Up-Town Cycle Club, W. Roy
Mitchell, Acme Repair Company, Regal
Shoe Company, Potomac Wheel Company,
T. H. Wright, M. Du Perow, Jones & Burr,
and Danie' Freeman.
Hastern League Games.
Syracuse 10 1000 21x 5
Springrield 1000 0 100 02
Hits Syracuse, 9; Springrield, 10. Er
ror Spiingfleid, 4. Batteries Kissin
ger and Shaw; Mains and Duncan..
Bufralo 02000000 02
WilkRsbwre 21003000 06
Hits Buffalo, 6; Wilkesbarre, S. Er
rors Buffalo, 6; Wilkesbarre, 1. Batter
ies ftJoPartland and Urquhart; Odwell
Dinner to Bnsebnll "Writers.
President -Nick Young, of the National
league, gave a dinner to the well-known
baseball writers, Timothy Murman and
Jacob C. Morse, who are with the Post on
Club, and Fu.pire Em&lie at his home in
Mount Pleasant. Mr. Wagner was to have
been one of the party, but yesterday he
received a message that his wife was ill,
and he went to his Philadelphia home.
The chancrs arc that if a stenographer'
had been within hearing while Mr. Young
entertained bis guests he could write a,
continued story on baseball yarns run
nlng into next season.
10 To -Niagara Kails, and He- $10
turn via Pennsylvania Railroad.
Special trains, with parlor cars, will
leave Washington at 7:30 a. n., August 5
and 19, September 4 and 16. Tickets, lim
ited to ten days, allow stop-over at Buf
falo, Rociiester and Watkins returning.
for jour share of the
Continental Clothing Co.'s
stock of high class clothing,
which we are distributing
at exactly half regular
prices. A large stock of
stylish serges, thin cheviots,
crash linens and other light
weight suits for men, as well
as ladies' bathing suits in
this big purchase. All the
choice of styles you'll want
Half prices for everything.
PARKER, BRIDGET & GO.
Clotliiers, 315 rth St.
WILL PLAY TWO G1ES
League Leaders to Be the At
traction This Afternoon.
MERGER AND KING TO PITCH
The Stunll Attendance Daring the
Baltimore Series Taken as Evi
dence T lint 'the Croults Are Dis
satisfied With the Poor Work of
the Team und. Want Xew Faces.
Cincinnati, 12; Cleveland, 5.
Louisville, 5; St. Louis, 1 First
fc.t. Lonix, O; LnnisWlIc, 0 Second
Boston at Washington.
Philadelphia at Baltimore.
St. Louis at Chicago.
Cleveland ut Louisville.
Pittsburg at Cincinnati. C5-'
Xew York at Brooklyn. '
Baltimore.... 52 26
Cincinnati 51 27
New York... 47 31
Cleveland.... 44 36
Pittsburg 37 43
Chicago 37 47
Louisville 37 49
Brooklyn 34 46
Washington... 29 50
St. Louis 22 63
There will be a double-header at Na
tioual Park this afternoon, the first game
being callul at 2 o'clock, and, of course,
the Bobtons will play to the finibh to
capture both events.
Although the Senators have been play
ing poor ball and are onlj an eleventh
place team,- theli work on Saturday and
the gentlemanly deportment of the Hublles
made the contest an interesting one to
look at. Should they put up the same
game today they will certainly win' one
of the garnet,, and no fan, however dis
gruntled he may be, will regret going to
Mercer aud Lewis, and King and Sulli
van will piobably be the opposing pitchers
Since teeclub has comehome Mr-Wagner,
owner, Las nad plenty of evidence that
patieus of the game In this cilj are heart
ily dissatisfied with the failure of the team
to win games. Theattendance during the
Baltimore mtIps was si meager that the
Senatorial magnate cannot help realizing
that if he wished both ends to meet on pay
day he must do j-omething in the way of
furnishing new faces on his team.
With the leaders of the Leagueas the at
traction ,.n Saturday there was a very
"small audience present, but the two games
today may probably draw a larger crowd.
Several days ago The Evening Times sug
gested tliat it would be a wire move to
Jgn "Big Hike"' Jlahoney and play the
giant in the outfield, lie would certainly
be no worse than one man who draws
bCinl monthly checks with J. Earl Wagner
signed to tbem, and niost people think it
would be a decided improvement.
THE KEDS WIS.
"Rug-Chewing" the Order of the
day nt Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, Aug. 1 The game between
the Reds and the Spiders today was marked
with much "rag-chewing," in which the
vlbitors easily led, but the locals carried
everything else before them, knocking
Wilson helter-skelter. "Heinle" Peitz
and Umpire Hurst came to blows over a
decision. No fine was assessed and Peitz
remained in the game. Score:
Burke.l.f 12 10 0
Hoy.c.f. 2 2 2 0 0
CorcoTan,fc.s 13 3 5 0
Irwin, 3b 0 2 4 2 1
Miller, r. f 2 0 1 0 O
Beckley, lb , 2 3 9 0 0
McPhee, 2b 3 4 4 '3 0
Peitz.c 12 2 10
Rhines, p 0 1 1 l o
Toals 1219 27 12 1
Cleveland. 3i. H.PO.A. E.
Burkett, I. f 112 0 0
Chllds, 2 b 0 0 4 3 0
Wallpce, 3b 2 10 4 0
HcKean, s.s : 113 10
O'Connor, c. f 0 0 2 0 0
McAlIes'er, c. f 12 0 0 0
Tebeau, lb 0 210 0 0
Creiger.c -.-..:: 0 1 2 2 0
Cooke, r. f. 0 2 0 11
Wilson, p. 0 0 12 0
Totals 6102413 1
Cincinnati 0 0 3 0 2 13 3x 12
Earned Tuns Cincinnati, 8; Cleveland, 2.
Two-baws hile JVicPhee 3, Beckley, Peitz,
McKean, Cooke. Three-baso hit Burke.
Lett on bases Cincinnati, 9; Cleveland, 7.
Double plays-Corcoran, McPhee and Beck
ley; Irwin to Corcoran; Rhines, Corcoran
andlnvln. Firstbaseon balls-OftRhines,
7; orf Wilson, 4. Struck out By Rhines,
1; by Wilson, 2. Passed ball-Crcipcr.
Wild pitch Wilson. Time of game 2
hours and 10 minutes. Umpire Mr.
Hurst. Attendance 7,000.
BREAK EVES AT ST. LOUIS.
The Browns Given the Second Game
by the "Umpire.
St. Louis, Aug. 1. The Louisville and Sr,
Louis clubs each won a game this after
noon, although the second game was
awarded to the local team by one or the
umpires, W. Bonohue, a St. Louis pitcher.
The score was 5 to 4 in favor or Louis
ville In the second half of the ninth
inning, when Turner weut to. bat. Be
knocked a foul fly, and a new ball was
given Cunningham. Be proceeded to roll
it In the dirt, when Bonohue objected, and
handed lihu another new ball. Cunningham
again dirtied it, and Donob ue produced still
another ball, five fresh balls were handed
Cunningham and all treated similarly, when
H w-. l. re
dJ Boston 56 24 .70
We are closing out our cntiie sto k of Refrigerators and Mattings at cut-to-ihe-quich prices.
A PANORAMA OFF BARGAINS.
These stores present a complete aud ever-changing panorama of Furniture and Housefur
nishing Bargains. There is not a concern in the entire South that offers such splendid values;
such superb qualities; such endless variety; such lowness of price; such convenient and easy terms
of payment. Any of the following items are extraordinary offerings. We'll "charge" anything
you buy, for credit is yours free, as air.
Large, Fiuely Flnlhhed Oak aud Mahogany Finish Cobbler Seat Roelcers, worth $4.00, only
Beautiful White Enameled
Large and Very Handsome
Magnificent Oalt Sideboard,
Handsome Parlor Table, ,1C-In.
Beautiful Oak -Bed room .Suite
Bonohue awarded the game to St. Louis
by a score of 9 to 0. Score:
St. Louis. i i 11. H.rO.A. E:
Bouglas.c 0 17 3 0
Hailey.o. f 0 0 3 0 0
Bartman,3b 0 12 2 0
Grady.lb 0 16 0 1
Turncr.r. f 13 0 0 0
Lally.I. f 0 13 0 1
Ha!lman,2b 0 0 4 3 1
Cross.s. s 0 12 3 0
Lucid, p :.: 0 0 0 3 1
Bousemau 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 1 8 27 14 4
Louisville. R. H.P0.A.E.
Clarke.l. f .' 0 U 1 0 0
Stafford, s. s 3 1 2, 4 0
Wagner.c. f 112 10
Werden.lb 0 1 12 2 0
McCrccry.r. f 1110 1
Johnson, 2b 0 2 3 4 0
Wilson, c :....f....r 0 0"3 0 0-
Clingman,3b 0 0 2 3 0
Hill, p 0 0 1 C 0
Totals 5 G2720 1
'Batted for Lucid.
St. Louis 01 0 000000-1
Louisville 00 01020 1 1-5
Barned run Louisville, 1. Two-base hits
Lally, Wagner, McCreery. Sacriiice luts
Harlcy, Wagner. Stolen base Jolumm.
Double plays Wagnor and "Viih0n; Hill,
Stafford, and Wilson: Hallman, una.'-slsted;
Cross, Hallman, and lirady Kir&t bae
on balls-Off Lucid, 7; off Hill, 2. Hit
by pitched balls Grady, Barley. Struck
out By Lucid, 2. Umplie Mr. McFarland.
Time of game 2 hours and 10 minutes.
St. Louis. : R. II.PO.A. E.
Bouglas.r.f 0 0 0 0 0
Harley, ct J?. 0 0 4 10
Uartman,3b 0 0 2 2 1
Grady, lb 118 0 0
Murphy, c 0 12 11
Lally, 1. f 1 8 G 0 1
Hallman, 2b 118 4 0
Cross, s. b 112 3 2
Coleman, p, 0 10 0 0
Totals 4 8 27 11 5
Louisville. R. H.PO.A.E.
Claike, 1. f 2 3 2 0 0
Stafford, s. s. 0 1 1 1 0
Wagner, c f 116 0 0
Wcrdcn, lb 0 17 2 0
McCreery, r.f 0 0 2 0 0
Johnson, 2b 0 13 10
Wilson, c 11110
Cllngman, 3b 112 2 0
Cunningham, p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 5 9 24 7 0
St. Louis OSOOOOOlx 4
Louisville 0 00 0 10022-5
Earned runs St. Louis, 4: Louisville, 4.
Two-bae hits Hallman, Lallyand Wagner.
Home ruu Grady. Stolen bases Clarke
2, Stafford and Wagner. Double plays
Harlcy and Hartman; Hallman and Giidy:
Werden unassisted. First base on balls
Off Coleman, 1. Hit by pitcher By Cole
man, 1, by Cunningham, 3. Struck out
By Coleman, 1; by Cunningham, 1- Um
piresMessrs. Donoh.ie and Dexter. Time
of game 2 hours and 15 minutes.
THE LEADERS IN THE RACE.
They Have Some Important Games
to Play This Week.
New York, Aug. 1. The four leaders
in the race for the National League cham
pionship have some important games to
play during the wj'Ck. The New Torks
will meet the Brooklyns again at Eastern
Park tomorrow afternoon, and at the Polo
Grounds on Tuesday. On Wednesday, an
open date, the New Yorks will play an
exhibition game at Orange, and on Thurs
day they will go to Philadelphia for a
series of three games, the last to be played
in jLhat city by Joyce's men this season.
In the past the Philadelphlaus have had
rather easy times at lamc with the New
York club, but improved playing ot the
local men may turn the tide this time.
The Bostona and Baltlmores, meanwhile,
will have a much harder road to. travel
than the New Yorks. The Bostons will play
at Washington tomorrow and Tuesday,
while the Baltlmores will tackle the Phila
delphia. The champions and ex-champions
will go to Boston for a uiost important series
on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, The
result of these three games will have a
direct bearing on I he final outcome of the
race for the pennant.
The rittsburgs, beginning tomorrow, will
play three games at Cincinnati, after which
the latter will lay off until Saturday, when
the team will go to Louisville for three
games. The Brooklyns, after their games
with the New Yorks, will entertain the
Washington's, at Eastern Park, on Wednes
day, Friday, and Saturday.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy always affords prompt re
lief. For sale by Henry Evans, Whole
sale and Re lull Druggist, 938 F street;
Connecticut avenue and S street north
west and 1428 Maryland avenue northeast
15-417 SEVENTH STREET.
ondBrasBIBedHj?alf'sizes, worth S5.00
f - ?
5-plooe Overstuffed Parlor Suite, upholstered in fine quality tapestry,- at
very eluboratecarving, French plate
top,' oak and tnahognn3' finish almost a present at this -figure,
fluelj' carved, beveled plate glass
" Really Good Battau Baby Carriages. a great bargain.
I0HK GETS THE DECISION
Pugilist Banks Breaks Ilis Right
Thumb on Robinson's Head.
Two Hundred Persons Witness
Seven Hot Hounds Between a
Pair of Clever Boxern.
After -seven rounds of good fighting Monk
Robinson got the decision in his bout wltn
Toady Banks The latter broke his right
thumb in the sixth round, when he caught
Robinson with u swinging blow on the
head. Be, however, went gamely after
hlb man In the succeeding round He was.
aggressive and fought harder than eer,
giving Robinson two stiff punches on the
mouth, drawiug blood, and in the mix-up
landed right and left on the neck, getting
an upper cut In relurn
The fight came off at a suburban road
hoube promptly on time, before about 200
sports. There was- the best of order and
the la-ls put up the stiffest kind ot an
James Polne and Henry Jackson took
care of Robinson and Banks had J. Ander
son and Ben Pope for seconds.
The men got quickly to work In the first
Banks at once set the pace and led with
lcrt on face, and Monk countered on neck.
Then they fought 6hy and Jusfc before time
was called Banks rushed and landed three
times on face and neck.
Banks had the best of the second and
third rounds and had little trouble In
In the fourth Toady got a vicious upper
cut, but swung with right, sending Monk
to his knees. The latter again uppercut,
but was punished by a hard one on the
The fifth was Banks' round. He landed
three straights on the mouth, and cleverly
dodged a right uppercut. A second be
fore time Toady bent two hard straights
on Monk's face.
The sixth round was full of fight. Banks
feinted with left and Robinson uppercut
nicely. Banks swung with bis right on
Robinson's head, and immediately after
deliveied a straight one with his Iert
He agiin caught his man with a right
swing, and on this blow injuredhis thumb.
He kept at his man, however, and seeing
Monk was slow and clumsy, fired two
straights on the face as time was culled.
In the seventh, although suffering se
vere pain, he was aggressive and landed
left and right on Monk's mouth, and in
the mix up which followed he had the
best or It.
When time was cnlled for the eighth
Banks whs unwilling to continue with a
lame hand, and George McCoy, the referee,
gave the decision to Robinson.
RA1LROAHEKS AT THE BAT.
Navy Yard Branch Defeated flu Sev
enth Street Branch.
The employes of the navy yard and Sev
enth street branches of the Capital Trao
tlon Company met Saturday morning on
the Monument grounds to settle the
question of supremaoy on the diamond.
The navy j-ard branch boys were victorious
by a score of 15 to 13. Matthews anil
Brown did good work as the battery for
the winners, but the feature of the gamn
was the trance Robinson, the Seventh strops
first baseman, fell into in the last inning,
when he allowed three runs to come in
and lost the game for his team.
GENERAL SPORTING NOTES.
Five hundred dollars have been subscribed
as a testimonial to Ten Eyck, the Boston
oarsman who won the diamond 'sculls at
Arthur R. Swczcy, champion ice skater
of New York, will retire from racing by
the advice of his physician.
Joe McGuIie, the crack single sculler of
the Bradford Boat Club, of Boston, has de
elded to enter the national regatta.
Jim Jeffnes, the big boxer from Los
Angeles, has been matched to box twenty
rounds with Jou Choynsklthe meeting to
take place in San Erancisco In October.
Horace Leeds and Young Grlffo have
been signed to box four rounds at Atlantic
City. Whea they met at Coney Tblaud
GTiffo defeated Leeds, although Horace put
lip a groat bout. J
one of. the greatest bargains evor
' -T .
glass, regularly Hold ut $30.00,
at le.s than yon pay tor trasliy suites,
A Rare Chance j
To give us more room to
display our incoming fall
stock, ve have cut deep
into the prices of many
styles of goods which we
shall replace with new pat
terns. The goods were all pur
chased for the spring trade,
and are of dependable qual
ity and recent design.
It you have not the cash, we will
gladly take your promise to pay, A
either by the week or month, for
Your Credit Is Good. S
Straw Matting: Remnants
valued at from 20c to 75c per yard,
All go for
5c per Yard.
Also the largest line of patterns
in straw mattings to be found in the
city. We tack them down free of
Solid Oak Porch Rockers,
Our entire stock of Refrig
erators and Ice Chests at 40
per cent, discount from man
JUST THINK OP IT.
At big discounts, as we wish to
dispose of every one this week if
possible. Prices start at
Lace Cur-am Drive.
Odd lots, containing from one to
six pairs or a pattern, at just about
hair price, lou'll need them later.
A Rare Chance-
Don't Miss It.
Oak Chamber Sets, $10.00
4 Five-Piece Parlor Sets,$i4.oo
5 And a Tull line of complete house-
furnishings at prices that will move
a til em quickly.
I House & Herrmann,
5 Liberal Furnishers,
? 7th and I Sts. N. W.
o t-vfe &-. -nm. -.-x v
No other house does, over did, or ever
will sell such sterling qualities at ucb
low prices as we quote.
An Asthma Cure.
There is no need of any one suffering
with asthma if they will use Brazilian
Balm. Mrs. S.F.Smith, 518 East Eagar
street, Baltimore, Md., says : One bot
tle of your Brazilian Balm has done
more to relieve my little daughter of
asthma than anything I have ever tried,
and I have tried everything I could
hear of, and many doctors have treated
advertised. Brass trimming.
this extraordinary price.
For your choice of our $12,
$15, and $18 summer suits.
This is the last and deepest
cut of the season. See the
styles in our windows.
M, DYRENFQRTH & GO. 1
123 Pa. Ave. T. AV.
Rentt. reduced to $10 per montn.
Only Two Left.
These houses are built oc the beai
material by day labor; have eight rooma
i nft- Teranuas. sanitary plumbing.
?Z . val.er:. ei? Eewers, porcelain-lined
rollTlm bathtubs, electric bells, ranges.
Hi,nn,H ?)Ia w,ater:. aIso excellent artesian
well water directly In front of these
houses; speaking tubes, southern edee
grain pine Hoors. tiled hearths and
nre places, handsome mantels, and
beautirully papered. They are 'erect
ed on terraced lots, with substantial
copings, steps and walks, shaded by a
beautiful grove. They are near the Sol
diers' Dome and not farfrom Jit. Pleasant,
on the Bnghtwood Electric Car Line. For
particulars apply en premises or to
EDWIN A. NEWMAN,
ui ocYcuiu Direet in. v.
g Don't Wait
the hottest and most trying
vr,,f 7 ,; rc ,ru "gncanead
-put in those electric fans at
0ILce-,, ,.YeU furn'sh the current
at slight expense.
U. S. Electric Lighting Co.,
g E1U la t. nir. 'Phono, 77.
WASHINGTON LAW AND CLAIMS COMPANY
Knoms 5 & 7, 472 La. ave. nw.
This company will purchase Real Estate,
the tttlo to which Is defecUve or in dis
pute, or will clear up said titles ror the
owners. Will pay oncK taxes at a discount.
Will furnish bonds in criminal aud civil
cases. Will act as receiver, assignee,
guardian or trustee. Will prosecute claims
or all kinds and will UUY. AND SliLLsueh
as are assignable.
Street and Steam Railroad Accident.
Cases a Specialty. No charge Tor Consul
tation. iiuancLtl Asblstance yurn&hcd to
Litigants on Reasonable Terms
Teleuhone.No. Ilia. JOJtiNU.SLATKR
3yl-tt . President!
M-RVOUS TROUBLES, all kinds, cured
with Animal Extracts. Free book tells
how. Wush'n Chemical Co., Washington.!)
C. For sale by W. S. Thompson, 703 15th
st. nw. Je30-tf
IGARNER & CO.'S ' -'&'-
I Snvciith .-mrl H fitreou.
La Rues Female Pills.
Sato and Suro Price. Jl.50.
At all l)rng;lits.
"L & R." ROUTE.
"417 NINTH-BATHIXG SUITS.
VOIPRF Enjoy an evening atRam's
mjj rc Horn. It's always cool
jour conuort is tne llrst
thought. Everything up to
times. A beautiful ride
over good road through
The Busy Corner,
8th and Market Space.
Our 2d Grand Rebuilding
Before Stock-taking Sale.
200 doz. Fringed Plaid Grass and Honey
comb Towels. Gc value.. 21;2o
BU-Inch wide Turkey Ked and White.
Turkey Red and Green Table Linen, 40a
CO dozen of extra large size Unbleached
Turkish Bath Towels. Size 22x16. ...lOo
Size 24x18 12 l-2o
2 cases of Bleached and Unbleached
Twilled Toweling, 18 Inches wide. To
uay 2 7-8o
While Goods Oept,
To close, all colors Fine Sheer rench
Organdies, our regular 25c quality, will
oe ........................,. 12 l-2c yd.
1 case or 40-inch wide Fine india Linon.
Kegular loc quality 9c-yd.
1 case ot Black Satin and Lace 8trine
Jaconet. Regular 18c value 10c yd.
Embroidery anil Lace' Sept.
Choice of any ot our 20c to -10c Cream
and Butter Color Oriental and Plauen
One lot of Fine Cambric and Swiss Edg
ing that sold regularly at 15c and 18c.
As a rule are on the waue this season of
the year, and prices generally follow cloao
behind, especially at our store. ',Ve have
taken lots of nice silks, which can be worn
in the early fall a& well as now, aoU
29c a Yard.
2d noor. t
Fruit of the Loom Pleach iruslin....5o
uenulne Lonsdale Cambric... 8 l-2o
llohawk Valley 9-4 Bleach Sheec-
; , 12 3-4C
Atexaiulna 42-Inch Pleach Pillow Case.
worth lOo e ol
1 81x90 Ready-made Bleach SheerY.'-ivriTrh
4Cc ; 29c
Any piece of Sea Island Percale YllKiit
styles) in the house, 12 l-2e value. 7 J?c
All our Imported Madras and Scotch
iJTess Ginghams, including the fashionable
checks, all colors; 16c value.... 93-lc
Silk Ulnghams, 15c value .5 3-4o
Apron Ginghams, fast colors 2 l-o
8c White Shaker Flannel cc
8c Canton Flannel " 6t-2o
80c All-wool White Flannel ... 25o
i) VUHU w UUI
8th and Market Space.
7th st, entrance. Family Shoo Store.
Sth t. entrance. 311
The National Safe
Of the District of Columbia
CORNER 1 BTI1 ST. AKD NEW YORK AVB.
Chartered by special act of CcngreM,
&n., lb 07, and act ot Oct.. 1800. &ad
Capital, One Million Dollars.
S AND TRUST CO.
Money to Loan.
This company has money to loa&
on listed collateral securities at
lowest rate or interest.
U J. BELL. President
Hodgen & Co.
Brokers and Dealers,
Stocks, Cotton, Grain and Provisions,
Rooms 10 and 11 Corcoran. Ballila;,
Corner loth and F street, and TO 7ta. st m
CORSON & MACARTNEY,
.Members of the New Tort Stock Ex
change, 1410 F St.. Glover Building.
Correspondents of Messrs. Moore 4 Schley,
fso. SO Broadway,
Bankers and Dealers in Government Eonda.
Deposits. Exchange. Loans.
Railroad Stocks and Bonds and all
securities listed on the exchanges of
New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Balti
more bought and sold.
A specialty made of investment securi
ties. District Bonds and alt local Rail
road, Uas, Insurance and Telephone Stock
American Bell Telephone Stock bought
and sold. mhlS-tf
Mattere anything you may
; want to know about mining
anu mining properties. 708
W. B. Hibbs & Co.,
BANKERS and BROKERS,
Members Ner York StockEwanjx
1427 F StreeJu ,
LADENBURG, THALMA.VS & Ci
AlONEY AT 5 PER CENT on real estat
in D. U : no delay; terms reasonable.
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I R & fl STORAGE CO.. 10 to 19 Eat.
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