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TILE ATTOAfc fefettrfeWOA: T&tJftSttAY MoftN-rir'.- ttOVEMteEtt 6. 188 1,
R. H. TAYLOR,
033 Ponna. Avonuo.
NOVELTY IN UMBRELLAS I
The Patent Sclf-Opcncr 1
Whlto and Colored Brocaded
Whlto and Colorod Silk Hand
korohlol's,' Plain and Broeadod.
Now Nookwoar from tho Colo
bratod Manufacturers, Woloh,
Margotson & Co. and Slater,
Buckingham Si Co., London,
Traveling SliawlB and Bugs.
Buokskln Vosta, porforatod.
Buckskin Shirts, perforated.
Buokskln Drawers, perforated.
Dross Shirts to Ordor a Specialty.
Silks, Satins, and
S EATON RB
(Successor lo Pcrr
il. km. rfln
roKtovs cni.uRit.vieo black uoss
i-IMCis. wuiiSAr m oi ir.invl.-j iif.i.fli.
JO.NMTi I'-fElIL.U.Iti".. IMIlNCJ-bS .Il
hCUIlUEIlfr. MllMJiOI.V ilAtK
Hll.hM. rKili f ..III 7fiC lo I.I 50. ,
BuruitnTuLK or atins mu loviti-s,
AMJW UlXHlr.. IN 11I.ACK A.SI1
ALI.JpJRH M.W .MIAIJlii, llm rtllllw.T,
ltl-(BPriO.N. AMI IlVhMNO Wr.Alt.
fl'i.Vjri' AND KA'llN Mlll-fS KUONIU.
KDniNc. OUiriTH A Sl'KO AI.Tl.
SllY ASU CllKAU WlllTi: I'AIME
PlIANCAI-iK A.MJ UA11N DUCJIi SSK,
!'r.. in'i'iiixvs. n.i.rsTONs. oauzRx.
AND CA.VJU.N Clilll'-S, 1M WHITE AND
BLAIKiAsn coi.onr.D okuman hilk
VJSI.VK1 1, ritOM Sl.litl TO .-.
IA O.N'H lTlti: MLK VKI.VUi'S, mm Hi) to
t!t inches uldo, In black und 117 colore, iniu
luc r in . to i p ya d.
black and c...oni.ii imocAni:D vr.L-
VHIH IN ..1U1AT VAUIUTY, ihusIiu 'torn
( 1 to ST i er y-m.
KhW JII K SI.AL I'LCSIIIX), from 82.00 to
tltl i or yard.
c5 istiii's winn black bicii.ih.nni:
jWBPr.riAT, apahtmcst ron display.
INO fcVj:M.0 tlUUDS 11Y IIAHLlOUr.
3-CUUlC UUUUd. PLAIN l'lUUltLs, AND
r-ennsylvanla Avenue, corner of Ninth Street.
&. Solid 'Walnut Ohambor Sult.10
ploces complete, with Marblo
top Dresser, Glass 24x30,
Marble-top Combination Wash
Stand, with Brackets, Marblo
top Table, Four Walnut Chairs,
Walnut Rocker and Towel
Rack, all for ... . 843 50
With Tennessee Marble, 45.00
,Thts well and beautifully made suit o guar
antee to be butter tban uny thing ever offered tit
tiiu uitiivirr ha-skxt.
Killed Hlth Brief Mention or Manx Minor
Menls of Testenlsr.
A black silk coit, valued nt Si), waittoloi
from tho homo of J, YV. McMohon, No. 11IU k
street, Tuesday next,
Tho crand lurr ristordav found ft KCOntl In-
illolinent nsilnst Howard uansbro.igh, chsrij
lug hlin with Intceny.
V.. A. raul, Jr., of ftlt r street northwest, lias
reported Hint there wm stolon from ul room
ttudrut'a lamp, vulucil nl is.
William Huckless vt.m entenccil to nix
muiulu in Jnll byJiulec Snell yesterday fur
stealing a walcti Horn w. II. l'htlllps.
Sftmucl M. Itrynn win eloeted treasurer nf
the Cliwipcnco ami Potomlo Telcphono i oni.
jiany, vloo 11 I). Uook, not prcildout, ai pub
Mr. Parah M. Htorr, of tho Klsi houso, has
renoited that thirovi as stolen from her room
a imi? llmo oro somo lininioslatucttcsauuotlier
brlc-a bra?, valued at 680.
William rerguson was sent to Jail by Judge
SiH'll joktcrilay for mtf-mptlng t stoat an
owrco.it from tho reidttuo of Mr. r. .
Cicurge, No, 13 1' btrect imrlbtuit.
W. T. llyron, of W r.lghth street northeast,
rctMMlft Ihrtt whIU ri)inlhii.thi.lijlltltis at TUB
lliil'ULlt'AN onico icslirday nflurmnn his
poclttt was plcktd of ft silver atch vulucil nt
When tho caso of John D!ggs, who wai ar
reitcil Tuesday nlglit for outrnnlng Mary
Uabuel, Has railed lu the poi vu court jcsler
day tho woman uul uut upjicar and Dlggs uas
The commlv(oner havo nulhorljed tho lay.
In j of an ahalt block pivcmcitt tin thu road
nuts betrtociilho Washington nurkct houo
ami tho rchcrvatloa north of It, on tho permit
A flelegaltou nf ladles walled on thcifjom
mlslom,r ycsienlny and protested agitlnst tho
llahlinore and Ohio Hallway, coflip.iliy ol
Sinn ling First street nortbeuitbyaicnto which
it proposes to erect. 4
V. W. Morrow, uf.312 ronr-and-a-half street
nonhwett, has rufTnt.'l that ft lady's pild
huntliur easy tch. valued nl ID, was stolen
from hlmwhllo klnudlnginiroutof theijr
oinio jmeruny aiternoon.
M William II. Tyler, nn old ond respeclablo
Illen of Kast Wonlilngton, hating rendcd In
Hint serllou for oterlorty jean, has bten con
I mil to lilnlictl with o wvcri) attack of tick
Hess tor ab mt eight v, eels, and is not uxpcclid
Mr. Illchard H. Williams, nn old and re
spected citizen, died at tho residence) of his
oii-lu-luvr, Dr. Joseph R. CasMn, jestcntay
morning, In tho Tt'.tu ear nl his utv, lhe
ruticrnl will take place nt tho MiKendreo
church this afiernuou ut il o'clock.
Tlio directors nf tho Woman's dispensary nt
OH Tenih Mreel nro hmklni: lor criater ronlrl-
Initloni, Ml orm-r lo cuuble them to eiiurgo
uieir worit tins inr. juis iii.mutiuu .in
nl vmly treated about ouo path Ms, although
only luexKlcuco n llltlii moro than a )ear.
Since the death or l)r Wee tho work has been
carried on b) Dr. Sumner.
A LCADixn New York phylclin siy, tint
threo-fourllH or tho ileulhs during IhMriliu
ttenthtr lire due in dlieasesoi the lungs Take
Mnrulng and secure at once u boltlo of l)r.
Hull's Cough Sjrup, a sura euro ul allluug
Srntrnred fnr Had Intrnilons.
William Shorter, colored, was tried and con
vk'tcdtii the criminal court jestcrdny of on
assault on barah Klgglns, whlto, ft school girl,
H ) cursor use, on the 1st of April last, and
seintnccd to eleven months and twenty-Mho
days lu Jail, '1 he nssnullwas merely technical,
but the circumstances show id nn Intent to
commit a more nmrngoous net. On oho occa
sion, lu March last, MUs Klrglus uas ap
pro iched by tho prisoner nlille piliK from her
homo to thu store, hho became frightened
and ran Into u neighbor's house, where sho re
mained until n policeman came by, and under
hi. bimcllnuco she went home. On the 1st
ol last April, as sho was returning with sumo
companions from the school, he eamo up to
her and acted Indecently, fche escaped him,
ran to tho station house nnd informed Seftzt
Mlollouburger, ho arrested Shorter. Judge
N)iio, in passing sentence, saia mat mens
snultnmountcd to little, but tne intentnfthe
mnn wasoutriieeoii", and should meet the se
verest punishment It was po,slblo toad iluls
tcr. lio then gac him the full extent of the
Yorxo mcv I Rpn this. Tho Voltaic Belt
Co. ol Miimbnll, Mich., oiTcr to fend their
celebrated LMectro-Voltaic licit nnd other Ucc
trie Appliances on trial tor thirty dujs to null
(young or old) uullctcd with nervous debility,
lo-sol vitality anil manhood, and nil kindred
trouuics; uiso, lor rucumatism, neuralgia,
paralysis, and many other diseases. Com
plcto restoration to health, vigor, and
inanboodjnurintecd. No risk Is Incurred, as
thlrtydats' trial IsnlUwed. Wrltu tbem at
onco lor Illustrated iamulct free.
Mrs. Clsra Ilnach Dsscrlbes the Sablisth
nrfsklng.llslills of St. l.culs Teople.
A ltrgo number of laillos of tho
Woman's Chrlttlan Temperance union of tho
district met yesterday afternoon nt tho Home,
No. MO righth street, to hear Mrs. Clara L.
itoaeh tell of her observations whllo at 8t.
Imis recently as a dclcgato to tho national
convention of tho Mnlou, nnd of tho work
dono by tho convention. She wascxceedlngly
shocked at the condition of aflalrs In St. Louts
on Sundavs. Sho toldhowalllho saloons were
In full blast with doorswldo oi.cn. and soemiil
to bo patronized, If possible, even heller than
nnotherdaysoi Ihcnrek, Tho theaters ero
all open also as on other days, nnd In this lat
ter connection sbo told that on bnnday after
noon whllo tho convention of which sho
was n mcmlKT was holding ft session
In ono of tho theaten workmen wero
actually at work at tho same time
behind tho curtain preparing tho state lor
ft performance that look plato at 4 o'clock!
iiiid, further, ns ono lady Inul somewhat ex
rocilcil her t Inie, the com entloil was requested,
nnd was obliged, to ncatn tho theater lo gl o
Maco to the theatrical nerfmnaiico. M
llonch'a auiltcucn vesterdav seomed tn be r
much shocked nt tho story as tho lady htd
been. The work or tho convention was de
wribed lu detail, especially tho ellort. which
Mrs. Hoach oppoil, to havo th convention
lndorso ns n boly lhe prohlblllon party In tho
last campaign, rte meeting was opeuoa nnd
closed with singing and prayer.
TitrtiE Is it eon'ant demand for young men
nnd juiing uonii i. thoroughly Irnlncd for busi
ness. Iluslness men know whero to Hud s'ich
soutig people. , They call nt tho olllce of tho
bpcuccrlan lluslness College.
.' DulMliir 1'ernilU.
llulldlng permits wero Issued yesterday lo
D, D. Orotr, trect live two itory dwellings on
New Jersey avenue, between H street nnd
Ithodo Wand nvenuo northwest, 310.000: Mrs.
11 Silencer, Hillsdale, county, repair frnmo
dwelling, S-lsJi 1'. Mccormick, repair frame,
4J7 N street hortrnl-st, tltfl: K. I) Dourer, re
i.alr brick, 3.11 Vlrelula nvenuo anulheasl, S V))i
II 1'. Ilglilon and C. K. To-s, erect a three
tory ainf baemont dnolllng. Mapsachusctis
n cnue. bet ecu tieventU mm eighth slRctl
BoyV Ktt.T OvriicoAT, In beautiful ileslgns.
Eljcman Bros., corner boveuth and K.
The t.ornitm Orphin Asylnm.
According to the annual leport of the direc
tors ol tho German Orphan asylum thcro were
Ihlrly nine orjihaus lu the asylum at the first
of last October. Tho health of tho children
was cry good. Tho revenues from appropria
tion and donations w ns S7,7.N!, nnd there 11
Hill a b lUnro of JfiVI OS on hnnrl, nnd cloth
ing and household goods to tho alueof JTi'i
waireielved. Tho building occupied as Iho
orihanage Is pronounced iiuid.Miuate. ond the
directors desire the commissioner to assht thu
as) luiu lu getting ft new building.
Tor Institute llotiirn and thlhlrrn.
Tho annual rciort of the Association for tho
Relief of DctlUUe Colored Women nnd Chil
dren shows that the asioclatlon Is capable of
taking caro or lOSor 110 children and Cor fiaged
wome.i. Oue physician Is ctnplovcd. 'J ho
snlue or the priporty or tho ns-oel itlon Is
SJ.OOi): Improvements, Jti.00i, and perional
pmiierty. Si.OOO. Cougress gave 7,00J to tho
llovs' Jrr.sr.v Rvits, becoming nnd kervlcc
nble, wo hato them In ft variety of shades.
l.Uemau Bros., corner Seventh unci li
K. A R. 0. luniARD, wholesalo dealers In
tens, Ac Pennsylvania avenue, recommend
Mpp's Premium Soap as "iiie linest laundry
soap over ouered to the Washington public."
Ip you havo won n hat on tho election go to
Krano't, as you do not want jour friend to pay
moro for ynu than you can help. .
Hyou havo lost a hat mt the election buy It
at Franc's, as ) ou will aavo Irora SHo-Wpor
cent. In paying your bet. Corner Hot entt nnd
1). The only strictly ono price lint nn I gentle
men'! furnishing storo In Ibis city.
Tub Kino or Fi.oon Cloths. The new ami
ortMlo designs brought out this season In tho
patent "Linoleum" lloor cloth will, no doubt,
give this populnr article an Increased sale. It
Is tho only lloor covering combining In Iho
highest degroo Iho qualities essential to com
fort, tlegaiicc, nnd economy. Interior roiclgii
Imitations, bv various names, are on tho
market, but the superiority ot thu American
make Is beyond controversy. Tho genuine
cloth has tho Walton trado mark and word
"Linoleum" on tho back ofovtry squaro yard.
All c irpct dealers keep It.
I havo ft fi-vear-old. Dure Rro whisky for
l rtf'rllju; jt for n quart buttle J M cents a
l.int, Jas. TitAttr, No. 818 1' it. n. w.
wholesale croccr. rennsvb
sells Llpp'a rrcmlum Soap.
Ir Is a living of at least 11 per cont. to bur
your Knit Jackets nt l'rauo'i, corner of Soventh
and D, tho onlv strictly one-prlco hat and
gents' furnishing storo In this city.
A CAnn. To all who are e ulTorlng from tho
errors nnd Indiscretion! or outh. nervotu
weakness, earlv tl. car. lou or manhood, ,1c
I will send a rcclpb that will euro you, free or
This urint remedv was discovered bv
a mlslonnry ill South America. Send ft self.
aildressed ouvelor.3 to the Rev. Joseph T. In-
man, station v., .oiv oric city.
"At-nrnNnv Ptmv Waoonj." rrosh Alder
ncv butler churned every; morning, nnd deliv
ered luK ihiiukI "Ward" prints, nt o. per
pounil. .iw cottage cueeso, .c. p--r oiu; uui
termllk, 5e. per quart, and w cut milk at 6c.
Tun lTnwlnnd Dental Assoilatlnn Nn Sll
ronr-and-a-half street northwest, threo doors
north of IVnii!) Irani i avenue, d1) all kinds of
Dental Work. All work warrunteJ Urst-clvst,
Have a liulnlstered nitrous oxide to Deraj,KlJ
persons. Flue gold and itmalgaiu tilling lu
tcrtcd lu the best manner.
Two Stupendous Bargains!
The Palais Royal's famous
"Elite" Gloves arc so well known
that comment on virtues is unneces
sary. It is also well known that the
price for 3 buttons is $1 and 4 but
tons $1.10. We have been selling
them lately as a special bargain for
89c per pair. Wc offer them for the
balance of the week at
79c a Pair.
All Silk Ribbons, Satin and Gros
Grain, 4 inches wide, in cardinal,
pink, light blue, shell pink, medium
biege, castor, white. Of course we
always have ribbons at 35c per yard,
but wc emphatically guarantee these
ribbons to be our regular 36c goods.
Having bought a job lot, wc have
decided to offer our 3GC goods al
ready in stock and the new job lot
all for y
25c a Yard.
Full Lino of
Parlor and Othor
Carpotain All Grades and Qual
ity at tho Lowest Cash Prices.
Upholstery, Drapery, Lace Cur
tains, Turcomans, Window
Shades, and Polo Cornices a
801 Market Spaco, 308 and 310
Roys' Kilt Muts, n complcto assortment.
neman 111 ex., corner Sot cnth and L btrcits.
A Small (Ire.
An alarm of fire w as turned In from box 121
about C.30 o'clock yrslLplayevculngfora lire
In tho residence of Mr. )ul3 Schmidt, 455 G
street nnrthn ct. The (Ire was first discovered
by two joung lnenm-lklngnloiigO Mrect, who
immediately gn o t he alarm 1 he only occu
pant of thu liouo ntthc tlino tins a servant
woman, who wash) the back part of the m M.
Ing, and was not aware of tho dro until -! o
caino to the front door to answer tho bclL '1 ho
tire was lonlinul to tbo third story, nnd ap
peared to have originated near the skylight in
the passage. The door aud ft portion of tho
woodwork of tho third-story front room was
burned, ns was also the skylight, 'iho dumace
by the tiro was slight, but tbo rarpet in tho
hallway was ruined, 'ihohousols insured In
iho (icrmau-Aincrican company. The causo of
lire Is unknown. 'Iho passage whero It origi
nated Is far rcmot cd Irom tho furnace.
Since tho Adoption of our new ijntem of sell
10 Per Cent.
Abnvo tlio coit of man 'fact tiro we have tl 'no an
pnormom hm nes flit public upprecla'o our
ciloru In Klvliuthem Uooii uotliLugfUMauu
factum b i'tkes-
This Week's Bargains.
17 for Casslmcre full worth ;12.
Kilo lor C'hivl tsiltw rtli till.
Jill lor Worsteds ltworth..
tl'J for Dlag'innl .-lu t Worth flu.
tMnrCo i.screw Suit worth flH.
tlu for 1'rluce Albert Coat uu J Vest worth t SO.
4 for.Ochnol Suit north (0.
U for Casslmcre Ho i worth IB,
IS lor Wors edMllt worm til.
tit) for Corksere r Hilt north ia
Your chnjea of over 100 styles In Men'a,
Youths'. Hoys', end Children's, runglng tnprlco
Pants Pants. Pants.
Thouvmd of rants, from Hup.
London and Liverpool
Corner Sovonth and Q- Streets.
PcitnOld Itve and Rvirbon Whiskies and a
flue assortment nrbotlledgoods. JamuTiiabi'
618 F street northwest.
fl per gallon, 75 cents ft quart bottle. No. 1
It) c Whisky, licit In tho world for the money
at tine's, Ninth, near I).
rJIYSICIAN'8 AWD DItuaaldT3 11ECOM
Th'umeillclne, comblnlns Iron with pure ve-j-rtabtotonlCT.
quickly and complototy CUKTiS
nYHIT.IsrA, IXDinETIOX, WKAKXI-i,
I.IPUICB Jll.OOI). .MALAUIA, CHILLS AND
l'KVlUiy, AND NEUUALOIA.
It u nu unulitnj rotnety for Plsooses of the
KixjNr.YM ani livj:u.
It Ulnvalnatilo for Uhsatei pctriltrir to VO
MKX, ondnll who tout sol ntary 11 ve.
Itdoonuot Injure the teeth, cause headache,
or produco constlpatloa othur Iron medi
It enriches nnd purlfleR the Mood, ntlmulato
thfrsVpi'ttte, aids the KImllitlo.i of food, re
lieves ilartburn nnt Uel.-Ulnj, anl strength
cm thn m-mctev and nervi-s.
KorIuvruilttrnt fver, Luasltude. Laclc of
Energy, tc.t It 1ms noeqiial.
ar'riiHcvnuinn nn auore iraio marx ana
cmBcd rediln"' on wranpor. Take no ot ler.
Aiaueouiy uy ui.uw.i ;iiiiii-;.u j
Grand Fur Opening!
SATURDAY WILL BI1 TH3 LAST DAY of tho FOLLOWING
UNDER FULL CANVAS.
We are in no wise ashamed of the Fit, Finish, Style, or
Quality of the Very Large Stock of Fall Garments which now
fill our counters and shelves. The reodineis with which our
mtmcroiis callers have purchased since our rcoponing convince!
us that our styles are just what the pcoplu want, aim c .r prict
perfectly satisfactory. ,
GEO. F. TIMHS & CO., j
400, Northwest Cor, Seventh and D Streets.
ONE-PRICB CLOTHING HOUSE
Furs and Ladies' Wrap
Our Ladies' Fur Department is stocked with all the leading
designs in Seal Skin, Brocades, Plush, and Matalasse Garments.
Beaver and Nutra, Capes and Trimming in all' shades.
Close-Fitting Seal Garments.
The Largest Stock in the city to select from.
All goods as low as any house in America.
WILLETT & RUOFF, ,
Hatters and Furriers, 905 Penna. Avenue
Our $1.25 Russian Hare Muffs, satin lined, for
Our $4.98 Russian Hare Coachmen's Capes for
Our $9 China Wolf Robes for $6.50.
Pur Trirnvninro, Muffs, and Capos, in every concelvnblo otylo of
fur, at half furriers' prices.
Fur Trimmings, Loops, &o., re a Jy-mado or to order, at half fur
Tho Largest and Best Varloty of Purs in tho cLy, at half furriers
MASON & HAMLIN
From $22 Upward.
JOHN F. ELLIS & CO.,
937 Penna. Avenue, near 10th Street N. ,
Qur $20 Prince Albert Suit, equal to any sold at$35
Tie Palais Royal,
1117-U19 PENNA AVE., COR. TWELFTH STRBET
A FcoTriiMAN looshlsBurn an American
would unit; ten miles to gel u bottle or it.
Jacobs Oil tu cure his.
, Ones, dark color, very rioh.
BUCKWHEAT Now York
BUTTER Cholco Creamery, in 3
pound pails, direct from
GOLDEN HILL FLOUR-81.GO a
CERES FLOUR $1.75 a Sack.
SILVER KING FLOUR 8L90 a
Sack, worth $2, compared with
SUGAR Granulated, 10 pounds
Standard A, 10 pounds
Standard 0, 10 pound
Powdered, 10 pounds
Out Loaf, 10 pounds
PRESERVED Puro Fruit and
Sugar Goods in 5 pound buok-
MAPLE SUGAR Pure Vormont
from "Cold Storatro," equal to
now and moro timely.
APPLES Hand Picked, only 83
a barrol. Buy quick, only a
small lot at the price
FLORIDA ORANGES Second
lot Just rocolvod, and very fine,
GOo a dozen
DOORMATS Largo assortment
Just received. Special Prlcos
this wook. ,
Minor T.lrrntfi (iranleil.
I.Inuor licenses ero Issued yestcrJay by the
commissioners to Marco Lorenzo, Frederick
i'reodmanu, John Cull, Nicholas Mston,
Oeorso rrllsche, C O. fioccleler, Wra. L.
lluchis. Mlddlclou X Nael. (Icorgo frchafer,
l'run I'. llurke, II utile linum, John Rear,
'lliimas r. tvinroy, William II. l'liKltt. Joseph
J. l'lule), Julius rruth, (lourRO (Iron, WlllUnt
II. Hammeriley. John Hancock, Charles Ilur-
i tuc, James iioiracs t- nro,, .inmos Jieueutr,
l'at Liuch, 1'. l.ambrecht, l'at II, Morgan,
John 11. iiiduieton, l rnnu Neiuaus, T. itoe
hello it: Son, James, I ouls Hchmldt, Krneit
'trelber, r. Ttnucy A: Co., William Wldm4yer,
0. W. Williams, l'cler II. .Meredith, nnd
ltclchert l'lancls, und tho applications of .N.
(I. l-aiiderou, !'. Guy, und R. O -Mel hae been
jArANLiE store, Ninth ttrcet, bet. D And E.
Permits lo IVid.
Tho following marrlairo licenses hayebeen
Issued : William M. Collins nnd Agnes Hope;
Louis C Jones and J!u'i:lo Stcwarti James
Fteclo and JU-becca Kddlngberc; James
Wheeler and riorence Curtis; James J, Shcdd
nnd Adclaldo M. Ru'z; Maurlcu Wotson ttud
Mary Swln; Georpo Marshall and Kutlo Me
Nultv. tfith of Laurel. Aid.: Chas. 8. Drurv.
und Ida 1 Wells; C'lus. W, Kruirer, of this
ell), nnd Nettle (J, fcnilth, of llroolilyu, N. Y.;
Clinton A. Sells, of this city, and Molllo R.
llunlci, of 'loorjctown, I). C ; Lemuel M
1! .rdi it nnd Mary V. Giles; ltobert 11, Ilallurt"
and Marv 1 Mllliuu; Anthony Odcn and
Lucy Ja(Utou;llobcrt U. Youiif and Julia D.
A ui tiler.
Gents' Hand-mado Shoos,
$5.00, in Lace, Button, and
Ladies' Walking Boots,
Hund-mado Pebblo Goat,
84 00; O. & W. Dongola,
Ladles' Pobblo Goat, 83.00
Ladies' Cur Kid, 633.00.
Ladies' Cloth Top Kid Fox,
1330 P St. and Q43 Pa. Avo.
OUlt PRICE LIST.
Children's Hand-mado Worsted Caps, all colors,
Children's TTpiid-inade Caps, worsted and silk-
mixed. Wc. .....
Ono lut t'api in fc sold for EOe. worth l.Ba
J rsef Caps, 23tulsvi tic. '
Children's l'.u-ni Cu s,2 25; sortb J3.B0.
Infants' bplltZeibyr nannies, haud-niaae, only
lnlauts'Rpllt Zephyr booiuca, worsted and silk.
Hand male Worsted Lerclngs, 08".
llancl-m do Worsted Draw LibbIhss, for chll-
nno pair- Children's Oloves, 10c.
Wi.rsted Mitts, 18c.
llnud made hockii, rer Infants, 18c .
A full line luiants' Inesscs, short nndlon?. at
An Inflint's Cosslraero Cloak for 1.08, worth
25 dosen Opera Kid Oloves, GOc; 4-button,
Lndlea1 Jerseys woith II. 48, now 11,13.
Lbltdren's Jeiscj-s r.ili.ced to U&&
Aiitlii e I.nce.sold tn stores for 25c, reduced to
lfie s ar I.
Hand-made Mali rrlnnes. 2Cc yard.
Hianip. d splashers, new designs, 21a
Htam piM Tldlis, new designs, uc.
reli In all colors, 2 ju-ds wide. 1.25.
t-alco i and 1'lushis, fur laney work at reduced
New dtislcns In Btsmplnff.
holtd blivtr '1 hlmiiles, only orje.
Cblldren's solid Uold i;lnss.Bt)e.
llollcd Uold I'lns. new dtBl jus. 60a
WE Alir. irrAndiiAHTiiius foii mate-
HIALS IN VAXCV WOItK.
MRS. MAX WEYL, Agent,
71'J SHVKNTH fsTUBKT.
4-bntton Cutaway Sulfa, In brown, dahlia, or
bin'k. Co ksercw at 8X2, bettor than most
auntcd bargains tl'JO.
Business Suits at (0.20, cheap at (10.
Business Suits at (H.oO, worth ill.
Business buits attlO.Tfi, worth sia
Bluo Bouble-brcasted Suits at (12, worth J20
A pp'cndld lin of OVF.ltCOATS-At JO,
sjvs sr .! miiiii .I, (Oiuu, "miiiTSUi f '- '
worth 18; 114.5(1. worth s)2Ss I17.2S, north
FOH BOYS A complolo lino of Suits and
Overcoats, equal to any In Washington, at price,
fully uj po cent, lower than those at any other
store Irom t2 up.
ODD rANTS-2,000 pairs, must bn sold at
onco to make room 11.25 and upward.
lir.N'fl AND BOYS'
IUI1UII3R UOATB will bo closed out regardles!
Ul JVi Mb
The Misfit Store, cor. ioth and F Sts.
43( TKNTU britUHTN. W
CORSETS TO ORDER
la every ttylc nnd matertil. nnd euarantocs
Perfect Jit and comfort.
ITrrflpcrUitMuro French I land Mad o Under
clothlni, Mcrliifj Underwear, uuJ; Flaest Ia
rutentHiiouIiier IlrapM And all IJreM Rpform
Good. 'ancU Corneu and Jinnies. CUUdreu'
C'ors. atul a Ono Dollar Corset (5Iis JL'aowa
make) ihai lor tbo price U unsurpn-Hiud.
I N. Ji.-1'ronch, German and Bpauinh npnkta.
Iliait. Our counters nro itoclted nslileh m
I llifir (.ipnoity will uilmtt Willi clotliui' to 'it
! Kits -. nf mall .iti.1 tliA t,s.tfi.iii nrA Inuar thnn
tstiki. ri uirtii, stssit tMs? lisVAf ssts. snnLi .iss.tc
ruT. KIii-iusii Ilros.. the inoHiiKpular cloth
iers and lailurs, corner )-ereuth and U
Dr. Do Mrzs Corrections,
Dr. Manuel M. Do Mora states that thero
were three mistakes In tbo account which ap
peared In )csterday's IU'iTUIIOan of his con
trntcrsy with th Austrian emperor and min
ister concernlne his linoubllshcd work on
I HKtita Anni and Maximilian, lie is not a
ctticn ol tne inited Mates or America, but of
tlio Lultiil states ort;nioinbla, l-nuth America.
'Iho manuseitpt or his book was not sent tn
Vlimmto tho emperor for examination, but
was lelt with the Austrian minuter, Itarou
Hchatrer, lu till city, for nwcuk, fur examina
tion The doctor did not make any request
ofthoempeior, but simply odercd to submit
the work lo him.
Best, Strongest, and Cheapest !
1231 PENNA. AVE.,
own maki: or
T RUN K S
We can certainly interest you in Furs and Fur Trimmings this
season. We bought when the weather was unseasonable, and can
therefore sell you the very best goods made at prices which will
even compete with inferior goods which are being offered.
Most Complete Stock !
Reliable Goods Only !
Lowest Prices Guaranteed !
Our stock comprises among other styles the following, which
we have in all the widths of trimmings, with Collars, Capes,
and Muffs to match :
FRENCH CONEY, RUSSIAN HARE,
BELGIAN CONEY, NUTRA,
BEAVER, GRAY CONEY,
SILVER FOX, &c, &o.
Remember, we have but first grade of goods only, at remark
ably low prices. We name a few prices j others in proportion.
l-incli French Conoy Trimming, 50c a yard ; sold clsowlicro at
85c a yard. .
Remember, all other widths equally as cheap.
Conoy Trimming from 25c to $2.50 a yard.
Hiiro Trimming from 20c to 2.75 u yard.
Copyrlsht 183 LI
Tk Railroad Monopolist.
We hear of various kjnds of mo
nopolists. No one seems to have a
monopoly on election just now.
Some people seemed to think until
quite recently that the Clothing bus
iness of Washington was likely to
be monopolized, but that h a mis
take. We intend to so treat the peo
ple of this city that at least our
share of the business (and our claims
are large) will come to us.
Come and see our new line of
Fine Overcoats. The finest m
every nCsrccT that were ever shown
in a Clothing Store in Washington.
I B, Bill & CO,,
031 Ponna. Avenue,
Largo Variety of Traveling
Bags, Satohols, Pookotbooks,
Puraos, Card, Letter, Olrjar,
Match, and DrosQing Cases, and
Fino Loathor Goods.
TRUNKS TO ORDER, REPAIRED, AND COVERED.
A Flu. Assortment of Harness and Hiutrilery floods. Also, r Special T.ot of
Horse niauket. and Cnrrlago Itoues.
An unusual largo line of Dressing Gases and Leather Goods Just Received I
S.tnccu V aud IS.
A f-ousn rolnd coes very stlilom without n
sound dlecstlon. nnd nnttilng contributes to
ward It moro than the uo of A ngnsturn Hitters,
the wnrld-rennw ued appetlierand liivluoralor,
matiuluuured only by Dr. J. tl. 1). Slcccrt Si
The diversity of styles exhibited In our win
dows will cho hut a faint Idea of the vastness
or our stock. Wo can lit and suit tho most
fastidious. Elsemau llroi., corner fceuuth
In Memory nf Charles r'aolkner.
At tho meeting of tho alumni nf Georgetown
coIIcro held last evening nt the law building,
corner of Fand Hlxth streets, the coramlttco
appointed, consisting of Drs. Morgan and
loner, and Messrs. Ijincaster, Hamilton,
Morse, and Morris, submitted resolutions of
respect for the memory of tho lalo president of
tho alumni, linn Charles A. laulkner. and
expressing tb sincere regret of tho society at
his death. These resolution, wero adopted
and ordered to bo engrostcd. reeling ad-dres-es
wero mado by Messrs. 1'orltr Morso
nud Charles I.amn.ter.
A cnionni man In Henry counly, 0a., got
flfty.tetou possums nut of one hollow tree, he
sold them all, and the first Ihliiit be purchased
wasabotllo of Dr. Hull's Cough rlrrup, the
only sal remedy fur coughs and cold.
Ladies' Sealskin Sacques,
Pino Plush Sacquos, Fur and Quiltod-Lined Circulars,
Nowmarkots and Visltos, in Broeado Volvot, Plush and Silk.
Boavor Capes and Muffs.
Beavor and Other Pur Trimmings.
B. H. STINEMETZ & SON,
Hatters and Furriers, 1237 Penna. Avenue.
We call them special because wc hardly think we can replace
them at the price.
Genuine Russian Haro Muffs, satin linod, only Q8o ; a real bargain.
Ono lot Russian Haro Muffs at $1.35; would bo cheap at 82.50.
Our Coaohman's Capos at $3.48 aro worth $5.
Sealskin Loops at 50o oaoh ; rogular price, 631.
Seal Plush Loops at 25o and 38o ; worth double.
Speolal Notice Wo aro bound to bo oheapest on Ohonlllo Prlngo.
Our 98o, 4-row Fringe now 60o a yard.
Great Slaughter in Cloaks and Millinery 1
NOW IS YOUK CHANCE FOII IJAKGAINS.
READ KESTG'S PALACE FRICES !
Singleton & Fletcher,
CARPETS, FURNITURE, AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS,
416 Sovonth St N. W.
THOS. D. SINGLETON (late of Slngloton & Hooko) and WE
n. FLETCHER (lato with W. B. Moses) havo opened at above
location, and invito tho inspootlon of frlonds and the publlo to
ono of tho Moot Comploto Stocks to bo found in tho olty.
WM. H. HOUGHTON has ohargo of tho Upholstory Dopart
inGnt. uw Ut-w-n u - i
PRICES GUARANTEED THE LOWEST.
Spoclalty No. 150 ploeos Silk Volvot, former prloo, $1.75 ; reduood
to $1.25 a yard. Colors : Blaok, seal brown, Havana brown,
mvrtlo, navy. wino. garnot, gray. .... .
Spoolalty No. 225 pieces Silk Plush, in blaoic, garnet, wino, soai
Drown, myrue, ana oioot.no um, an .!" jji jm-.
Spoclalty No, 325 pieces Gulnot's Colorod Silks at $1 per yard.
Colors : Seal brown, Havana brown, myrtle, navy, wine, gar
net, modo, gray, plumb. These silks would bo ohoap at $1.25
CORSETS! CORSETS! CORSETS!
CO dozon French Woven Corsets, G hooks, 15 Inches long, perfect fit, t$l J real Yaluo,
CO dozen Iland-sowoa Corsets, heavily boned, at 73o i former price, $1.
A snl.ndld assortment of tho Celebratod C. P. r. la SIrono Corsots alvraya on hand.
The host of Misses' Corsets only 7oo,
Children's and Infants' Wear.
A largo varloty of Plush Caps from $2,75 up.
Infants' Worsted Hoods, Shirts, nnd Sacques at very low prices.
l'lush and Velvet Coats from JS and up
Infants' Long Merino Cloaks, mado front fine merino, at $2.75, $3.50, $1.50, $0, $7, up
to $35, at
Elegant Dolmans, Newmarkets, Russian Circulars, at $$ $6 $1 and 8-
All Styles of Jackets, at $4, i?4-5i $5. $5-5 and $6.
150 Silk and Satin Wraps, at So, gio, and gi2.
Silk Plush Garments below market value.
2,000 Misses' and Children's Ilavelocks and Newmarkets, a most mags
nificent line, at 2, 3, 4, 5, and $6.
5,000 Wool and French Felt Hats, at 50c, 75c, 1, and 1.35.
2,000 Children's Elegant Trimmed Hats, at 25c. 50c, 75c, 1, and $1.33.
Birds, Plumes, Wings, Tips, Ribbons, Velvets, Silks, Satins, Velveteens,
1p thnn sold elsewhere.
Ladies' Underwear, Corsets, and Kid Gloves below manufacturers' prices.
Do Not Buy until You Havo Examined Our Stook and Asoortalnod
Our Prices, if You Wish to SAVE YOUJtt morsiax 1
814 Sovonth. Stroot NorthwoBt.
No. 410 SEVENTH
ROBINSON, PARKER & Go.
Desire to call attention to their Magnificent Stock of
FALL AND WINTER STYLES
Men and loutlis 1c Suits and Overcoats!
.Liu, 019, I"- V " MivWiH -i l fit ,
No. 319, S. E. Corner Seventh and D Streets.