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THE NATIONAL PEPUBLIO AST : FKlDATT MORNrsfQ, NOVEMBER 7. 188 1.
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R. H. TAYLOR,
033 Ponna. Avonuo.
KOVELTY IN UMBRELLAS!
flic Patent Sclf-Opcncp!
Whito aud Colored Brocadod
Mufllois.
Whito and Colored Silk Hand
korohlofs, Plain and Brocadod.
Now Nookwoar from tho Colo'
,
bratod Manufacturers, Wolch,
Marsotson & Co. and Slater,
Buckingham & Co., London,
Travollnn- Shawls and Rugs. .
Dressing Gowns.
Smoking Jackets.
Cardigan Jackots.
Cardigan Vests.
Abdominal Bolts.
Buckskin Vosts, porforatod.
Buckskin Shirts, perfoiatod.
Buckskin Dinwors, porforatod.
Dross Shirts to Ordor a Spe
cialty. Silks, Salins, mill Vclclj.
SEATON PERRY
uctcssor li l'i rry J: Brother)
roxt-ON's ecu Jilt v i v nwrt; iYo?fs
BONM.TMC tltl.U 111. lMllNOCbH .M)
tCllllUtDl 11 -i UUNUiUM" liLAlh.
hlliKH r l ii finil IV till InO ,.,, i
BUI'l.llllHilieK OH Vli.NH Mel IOVI118 I
AMJ1 .N ULUIUiSi . IN MAlk AMI
Al.L'Uli: M..VV all MilA Mil Sil.l.r.1.
511.U.11 ION AMI 1'VI NIMI Wl.AlL
eimiaVi as(iuimi Mm wmixiitisr.
aS.ii ioitmi ii iworo.M. mi caulu
v i virr a.mj tib in iuomh.
Wl.IWlrs ULillT V el" O AM .
ivoiiy a.nii i iii-am wiuii. r.viMr
1 HA.NCAIM: A..1I SA11N HCCIIcASE,
1 KOM J 1 1 1 I
cm i-i. m.ciii.Nro, ni.uioN riAUzrs
AMltANIU.N Ull 1'I.H IN WUTJ. AMI
1 V1.MM. Mil Ml f
LAllll 2tOMJ.UU IN rOMl'AOOUU
bi.a k ami criionrn otirman bilk
M5LM I . JltOM (1 :,() .CI fj
JA O.N 'i I'll i-ll.le I.I.VJ.ln, irnm -'u to
ilHlich Me li U cl uLcl lo cilor.-, iuu.
lug f m " to up ya d.
BL.CKaNHI olll 11 IIUOSADLD Vlil
M. IS I.N .1U.A1 VAltn.'lY. mllglu lOin
tlio irs I-
JJ1 W Ills si AI. PLUSHES, from 82 CO to
flu oryurJ.
0(1 IM III rt WIDE 11LACK BICILll.NNL
101lClllc,ULAH
btbpj ciai. apahTmknt i on hik"l vy-
l.NU J.V1..M -O tlOUO-S 11 UASI.ICIU1.
s-c,iicHc,c uuuij-i ii. u.s riucittu, AND
annuel riucui
EEATON PDERY,
roir.v ucildixo.
rr nnsylvsnla As eiiue, corner of Ninth Street.
latntillshcdlSia
EUREKA!
'A.Solld Walnut Chnmbor Suit.lO
"pieces comploto, with Marblo
top Drossor, Glas3 24x30,
Marblo-top Combination Wash
Stand, with Brackets, Mniblo
top Table, Four Walnut Chairs,
Walnut Hooker and Towol
Rack, all for .... 84360
WithTonnes3eo Marble, 45.00
Thlswellnnd beautifully male suit w o guar
untce to bo better thau uiiythlug ever oifercd at
the price.
Full Lino of Parlor and Other
Furniture.
Carpot3in All Grades and Qual
ity at the Lowest Cash Prices.
TJpholstory, Drapery, Lace Cur
tains, Turcomans, Window
Shados, and Pole Cornloos a
specialty at
f.IJOEffi,
801 Market Spaco, 308 and 310
Eighth Stroet
OBANBBRRIBS-Great Big
Ones, dark color, very rich.
BUCKWHEAT New York
State, now.
BUTTER Cholco Creamery, in3
pound palls, direct from
tho churn.
GOLDEN HILL FLOUR 81.60 a
Sack.
CERES FLOUR $1.75 a Sack.
SILVER KING FLOUR 81.00 a
Sack, worth C2, compared with
other brands.
SUGAR Granulated, 10 pounds
for 70a.
Standard A, 10 pounds
for e5o.
Standard 0, 10 pound
for OOo.
Powdered, 10 pounds
for 76o.
Cut Loaf, 10 pounds
for 76o.
FHESERVEa Puro Fruit nnd
Sugar Goods in 5 pound buck
ets. MAPLE SUGAR Puro Vormont
from "Cold Storago," equul to
now and moro timely.
APPLES Hand Plokod, only 83
a barroL Buy qulok, only a
email lot at tho pi ice.
FLORIDA ORANGES Focond
lot just received, andvory fino,
OOo a clozon
DOORMATS Largo assortment
just received. Spoolal Prices
this wook.
Jf
U
imocKii,
428 NINTH STREET,
Utlrreea JJ and li
T1IU JUItKVlTY 11ASKKT.
Htled With Tlrlef Mention or Msny Minor
lirnts of lfstenlsr.
Deter lives Co-c nml fVrtcr jestcrclity rocov-
orcil tlm watch stolon from ilia racket of 1) V
.Mcrruwlnlroiituf thu Alui cullco W e'lltiescli) .
Tlio potVet of A 11 Wilson. of Mnrjlunil,
wns picked on Uio nveuuc, vv ccluoncluy, una
Ilia tlilcf realized !H2 cash
H. S. IHiIrc, Now York, .Tohn Camplicll,
Iloston, Man. , nml C A ('hiui.botllii, l'iilia
ilulplila, arrUi.il nt l!io.t Jmuc J esterday.
1 ho lmpector of balli-n crntnlucil ii) liolli n
ilurln tliu na ear Ho eonilonmeil 17, tiro.
nnntucd Juulltlor U', mid rciotu JU toiler!
crccti-d
James Van Vlcct, a wlilto man. loll down
anil broke lil tinsu nt tliu Corner of Mnth
Bttiitnnrt 1iuliltua uviuuoyoti-rdiy wlillo
ltilaxicued
I'.lchanl J Dinnllr wai nrretid by Dctee
thii lAlflln ami Mittlngly i.jierdiy for
bnrlarllnn tho homo or inUI hmllh, .No.
IJoU Co; corn ii tirett, In.t .N'otemhcr.
MnJ rato, pnvmafter US A , paM ft vWt
In iwhlnctoii harm k r enl i noon mid
I'lilil oil the trno" iniliml a. that lilac,
width in via all Uil i m in W ie icel Ii upy
Thn ..i.im.... ,r i, ,,-, vn i.jio t , im ,1 '
.T .L ..l?i.T I , ii n MlTu.. ,.a
aytiiue, iitsiud b Mi Viinn MiLniio, u
i:,.V:iiV,rVwl,CmribTlhrffi
aniilarui nasiurtK I In mil uy tnniiino wio
(.nglm-iiurrl.eil un. llrehaJ bci 11 extinguished
Tho bmlv nf Mr Richard I, Thomps 111, who
101111nltt1.1l siiicldo 11 r v daj s as liy Ju npiiu
oiribcf. ri) biat Cliy or Mexnu Ina, bus not
yttliceu fiund Thu reUtl.es oftlurimlly
and tho Odd IVIIoms haenllcrcilarcMttrdor
SlUi fur ihe ui.o.ctj or Iho Ijoilj.
John l'nk' the tharaplnti mid Un welsht of
Anuriui and Uau "inllh.of tho lialtlmoreand
Ohio railroad will tiuacu In a Ihitc comett
to-niorrA. o.enlurfor t p irso ntthu Tbt itro
Cumliiiie Ihlslsmnateitriilght at Ihe tomliiuo
unil will furulsb run ior cvi rj bod j .
Itlehard KldT i.ns arrcstel by Detectives
Uall mid Cox jestirdiy for a.-ainillH,' a 10I
ornl nmn numed Albert lliri'c Kl Kr caui(.d
co is ilerublu I'scllenicnt on Loullanu n u 11'
md asiultid Ilooso lor lelling ror Il'nw
and 1.0,0m Hldtr pulled a revolver mid
tureai -neu to snoot ikKfeC.
Tho "Prhntc Social club " a popular orjan
Itatlou ol )oun.r gcutleuicu 01 lliu uorlhiru
mid trstun hcclloni nt the cti irotu llieir
i 1 irrund lull list nllitat thn.r hid1 D10
I .li .as bands iir-ly deco-ited tlm niu.lc ex
ill nt, tho proirr.imme well iclecud mid the
t nl iicl not too large to nllnu all totbi r.
iiifflil. uijoy theiuseUes. About loo couples
uerL present.
1 nc Wr Mini Stock sprtrtATon Wnr led
mine, fevered brain, dreadful d.11 ulth un-
nettled market, unable to e it dinner alter
da swork, sala cilorts to rest nt night, Iior-
lid fjellius In view of to-n. irrou , Ijod. and
mind want toning up llro .n's Iron lntto.i
dacs.t smel) mul qiiliklj Mr Tom.orrnv-
arcs o-iinio count). Tin h iepeihnced the
ilnuilltof tills Naluible 1 mi 11, untbds I
1 theerlully rei-ouimi ml u kei p it mi hand
I all iho time " Unci dji es.j, ladmojiion,
ucauc, ive.
guilty or ji.vN-sijAUGiiin:.
Tl.o Irnllcl Ilrlurnnl Isalnsl Cnffy Ilnrrrll
loi I.llllug IV alter Jones.
The third inurdorcaso vdthln n week was
tried in tho crlu liml court isterdny, lefora
Jus.ke'W)l!e Itlwlng the e-iio of llolwrt II
Ilurrell alius Ouffy llurrtll, chnrg"d with tho
Ulllng or V. alter lonesi on tho 7th or Inst
September This was tho cuitlux uTalr at
lllrd nnilL ttrects nalhw-e-t, and trevvout
ol n quarrjl over a gamo of mvc .1 "
DIsitlct Mioruev Wo hlngton aiipearcd for
Ihe puvcriiiaint nnd Mr llo.vurdr' l'lj!,citlor
Ihe dcleiidnnt Ihe follow lug Jtirv was lm
inntledtoirj tho case Messrs John 11 llui
m, ( 1. Curtis John f. Harding, Andrew
W Kirk Gio'giiVl rot Icianel A Ihoini-s
Willi m i) Wlienllcv. William II Ifiinu lohu
W Viliho lohnC llec, John A. Whcallej,
nnd 1 reelerlck 1-ritJ.
It ie he I 1' Ceo-s tcstlded to seeing Bnrrcll
nnd Juiie3 meet at Toumn's corner, 1 bird nnd
I, streets south., est, on mum i) moriitnt,. ..hen
Ilurrell p died a cio'liuut ot his pocket nnd
rpreoel It oti tho tiorch Ho then toog out a
kmnll b'nek box nnd pli)edsoiuo I lnd of a
game. Aficru whllothi eiudrrchdand.se
Into thu street, inch ph king up stones Tho
urxtsho su.. was Jon' s with lluirclls head
imili r his arm pontic lug dovmupoult Uur
red ri'sed his arm rs if Irving to proticthlm.
cell Ihen he cot a..nv and ran. Junes fol
lowing and throwing Hones at him Wht-n
llurrtll got to lavbrs Koru ho tried
In get in, but a joungmaii iulicel mm out, ,
nnd ho want up tne strict Into tho Ulej As i
Jones got toljlcrs no-.) he threw ilo.vn n I
stone, mid lefl Jho wllnca nnd some one I
clso Picked film up and lnd him on lkrs
porch whero he. died It ..milieu they 111 st
euoie injieeiier in eiiu niei-t inn. rm-ran nm- (
nil Willi a kulfo In his hand ril-ed abovo
Jones's head but hheillil not sec mm lilt
Jones. Thowitufi-s mliniiolindsccullurrill
before Hint morning nt tho corner, nnd his
condurt had bet . "Uirue'tis When she
vunt tocct milk she heard him sny Ihnt he
would kill sumo one Leloro tho tun vvcut
dovv n.
stonolnhls linn I, was chasing Ilurrell ncross
Leonard nokcs tevtlllcd tnat Jones witn a
inirdMreet liuticn tried to gel nun lujiors
store, but some one pushed nlm back lie
made ft crond trial, and was mraln rcfuscel
At this tlmu Joresvvas upon him, mid as Bur
red turm d i.romul he ran n knlfo into Jones,
vv ho ouli itl) fell down and dlcdallltlo v.hllo
arte rw ard.
l)r J r Hartlgan described the wound, nnd
tc tilled ns to Iho tnuso or Jones s death
JohnW (ampbtll and Albert Jackson gao
the snmotciiluiouv nsthut given bj Stokes
Walter 1 Ills tctilled thin I.urrell came Into
his stable und wauled to borrow a knife Ho
w as ci) nig nml wild a man vv is lr lug to take
nlswoucs Iron him
Patrick Dorrunn testified that Jones kicked
Dm re 11 twice mid lilt htm once at tho corner
ol ihokttect.
Daniel loumev.Wm Flmms John M Tay
lor, nnd John W Howell utve orroboratlv o
testlmonj an 1 the government ro-lcd
ino ucicino ciiuea jouu icuiuii vuoiuiu u
Irallarstorj to that ol tho other wllnt'bti and
.ir citigcii saiu usiuo guviriuiie-iiv nun kl' ii
prcllv much all tho fuels aud clrcuniitauces,
ii u nil id i lnn f ir thu ilofenso
After argument and the i htrgo of the judgo
tho case ui.i.lviu to the Jury.
Alter b Ing out a Miort time Ihe Jury re
turned with n erdlct ol mills of man
slaughter, and the prisoner was sentenced to
IIVOH"" In Ibo Albali) penitentiary.
TJt'nknF's Pahd Dressing and Cold Meat
Fiiuec Ihe uuliuml fnvorlle both lu tho
Uiilti d ttutes mul fire it Britain W holc-ome,
delicious, economical, mid u Urinous. Saves
nutlet), waste, nndtrouble.
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Jatamje i-torc, Mnth street, bet. D and E.
Permits to lleil.
Tho following ranrrlugo lleonseshavo been
Issued Walter l Nohind nnd Hurenco J,
Griilmm, John It Suter mid Anna B Itounda
bush, both of Harrisonburg, Va , Peter W,
f-trectond T.llzi r Baker, Peter Oenesse, of
Mco 1 ranee, nml surah Halllncn, of New
ork, Charles 1. lk.ua und ( ora C l-crrlH,
James Ki Us and .Mary Belt, James T. Bond
and Horu F Mahoucv, John Holmes nnd
I aura I lucks, Chris Memrlugcr, of Phlhidcl.
ivlila I'a , nnd I'atbtrlno It Mrgton, oftlfls
ell William Dovo and l.nbj Curler, J W.
Hamilton nnd Mary L Oaruett, William Perry
and Maria Holmes.
Riser Inst Octohor I have sufTercd from actito
luilammiiilou In my uoso and head often In
the nlitht hav Ing to get up und inhale salt nud
water lor relief M ujo has been, for a week
in a limi . ni I could not cu I have used no
end of remedies, ni-ocmploycilnilocli r who
t ild It was Impure blood but I not no help
1 1 td Ll s Cream Halm on Ibo recommenda
tion or n Irlend I was fullliless, but lu a few
ilii)uns cured M niuai now. und als i my
tve Is well It Is wonderful how quick It
htlied mo Mi.s flFolie.il . Jlhson, Hart
Ion), Conn 1 usy (o use l'rlco U) cents.
Ilmil Our counters aroitockcdashlrjh ni
their inpacltv will ulniitwlth clothlui; lo lit
lnn,o or small, and tb" prices nro lower than
cv er 1- Itemiiu llros , iho most popular cloth
leisaud tailors collier fcevc-ulli nud 11
Trrpslrhurriii Cluh.
Tho fourth meeting of tho Tcrpslchorcnn
club was held Wcdneslty evtulng ul the icsl
dttico of Dr nnd Mrs lllncs, l.'-S 0 ttrcet
iiorlliwett Those present were tho Misses
Jeuiile C limes !ln lllnes, Ocrtio lllncs,
labellelaiicli Katlo Kujle, Mamlu Todliuu
ter, Kntlu Clarke I ulu Mnrsell, Julia Mornell,
Mnrv bllunis 1 .telle Itiiudall and tho Messrs
W M lolltie loscphll Illnckivooil Chas VV
jiiacKWOnii, itoneii i leiunuuier, picvo iuu
liut.tir, Iluneock Seattle Pickens Magic III.
llrn. r llrandford, and C K Ijitlmer fho
muslo was bv Messrs C M Huek aud Ocorto
lieiitly.
S '
Wnv Is It Ihnt tho e-lrl wllh tho blirirest feet
nlwisvvauts tojd Cinderella? 'Wedon't
know " licit we ilu know that tho best renudy
lor coughs and colds Is thelar lamed Dr. Dull
Cough bj rup.
L'libafe llulhlliigs,
Mr 0 J Tnnls has been notified to repair
tho rear waller No 4flJ l.levcnth ttreet north
west within thirty days. Mr, Chas S, Surovcs
Is glviu thirty days to repair Iho theds nt thu
rear or the building on thu northw tsl corner ol
l'lind ctventh streets norlhvvett. Mr Hlwln
1) Jones, agent. Is xl en ten days to ri pair tho
walls or two brick bulldlnna on the south sldo
ot Washington, between Monroo and I'lllmor?
Uriel" Uulontowii M laiurcnzl Is notllled
that the of old wall lelt standing for use In tho
on rtlnllnfllin lilllldliuf at tho renrof No. 11211(1
street is tpruiig anil unlit for use, ho Is notllled
to repair ut once
"Wr need tho meam for organizing our
party in tins state," vvroto a leaning politician.
An answer enrne promptly by telegraph i
"Will ship to-day one barrel whisky, one gross
El, Jacobs Oil, sure euro fur bruises, si ruins,
&c, aud 0119 orator ; la voice by mall."
TltUAVASHt.NO ION (1YU1X C1.U1I.
I Company of nnftlnm and ProfrRhlonal
Jim Tliflr lliniUoma Hull llcom.
The Wnshlnston ( cliiiliib hai lately leaded
foratcnu nf )u'"9 'he '(melons biilldlnr;, No.
KUl liteinh ttrcet norlhwc-t, and hn ro
Ihtel nml refiirnl-ihed It nt great espenio
lor tlm ikm of In raoralierv Uio Imlldtnr;,
hlchlUo ftnrlci In heluht with n lnw
incut, was fornerly uitd ni a ount; lndh-V
nr-nileiiiy bv Imc. llmther. mil Iho ariplo
n liool riKiun uro lllll adapted U tho men tif
:, ; , , . . ,
" r,-.Sc,,1,1,'; Jt f',i"!: i.i 'i10 ' 1'V b?V" ,.l?,'!, 1
Mimeh li r iWud Ith rul and mild l until is
forlhoportclroi Willi clialri mid inblin Bint
cnnVonh iilcs lor Mrltln nii'Tletut for all tho
me moiuheMoi mounu uinno nrit -inirts
': , ,i.. i i .. i ,
priMiit or any ndrlllloiial Mimucm. !!'' '
Mimo Jiinam-jei-cri-eii ornaments are htiia on ,
tho ualls nnd lino nuj scattered about on tho
painted nnd nxtd lloor, ithlln atrcun
about nro all Iho tos) and comfortable np.
jilliucis for tho inj.iynicnt or a u-rllablo
hachclor'a hall Ths basement Is for lliu stor-
auo or tho mnchlnisKidania.yiiilraucois nefurtlnir a solo by Miss Mlnului l.nan, no
iil.ilcdlliBretiili) iifolrtlnpdiwr on an alley tuulpilllll b Vlot ijiwh.ift Imitations or
Hiiliin a Mv lectin rwelniit"i I Ihohiills .H) ,,,. nc(or', by Mr- ,., Murpliy, or tho '
V"' - n.,. . hw...,.v. . ....v., '
the uut cr lloor In ouo riMiin. kujwii as tne
club room, Is u pool lalilo or thej bist make
Maps or tho country a ljuent. are hunir on tho
'" ' "''"",,"' " IJ '" ' I i . , , . . .
iwltli the. btt routes pricUd out lor iro. .
licted ctours ons In another room Is a row.
V1"0""10 ,f,jr uxc,rol, i'.V ,m,U,1,V,r,,.l'.,)
inembursaro also menibirsol tho boat uubs ).
lake It all In the iishlniton Lvcle club has
splendid head Uiiricrs llllcd U', m"l u has 11 t
rtonu In ilcblloiuu great extent to provide
their uxi el em m 1 omnd itlons
Ihe 1 lull ..us 1 ii.blishrd on Manh H, IM,
wllh n 1 iiker's d en or members, bi.t now It
now numbers nboi I forty lle meuber" Ihls
club IsiomposLil ol professional men lu
jcrs docinrs, and prominent m rchaius. eve ,
and gr 111 care Is exercised in the udmiuloii of
new membir. as iho objin t of thoasie-latlon
lstogHther together those1 ilu) who will bo in
nuriciuYi and harmonloiii cnmpiulonslilp
INo one is rdmltted who Is nc t o. r Jl lears of
nge, nnd thus the enlrauco of onlh which
has sometimes crubirramed iho iitli.r isi Ie
clubs has been mold d The offlecrs oftho
(lubarv l)r !'. V l'eitiuglll, preliluit. II II.
Hll-s, lce pri-ldent, I)r V T 1 l-er. tre-ns
urer I II Hume, teereters, I.. M Kruger.
captain, and A 1. Crenshaw, lieutenant.
Tm dlcrsltyoftlesoxhlbltcl Inonrwln
doi.s .uliil.uh.in laiul idea 01 the vnsiuei
or our HKlt Wo can ill and suit the lnu-t
ra'tldlous. his-uiau llro-s , corner fcouutu
and h
s
nulldlnix I'iriiilli.
nulhlln" permits wore lssuil yesterday t)
M Iiwii, ereittttotno s'orj nnd cellar due 1
tngs l'.lslub, between IiuuJ E streets Biuih
tt .'1100 Tred Koiues. erect seven thru
Hr,' dnelltit.s Mwu husetts avenue uui
inirii smet nirinwec, aw you, ueorgo 11
llosion, erect tlxtcen two storv houses, alle
between Hand c und First aud Second street
norihvvol, SfS.WJ.
Ho' Jrnsrv Stun, becoming and nrvle
able, wo have ihcm In u Mirlctr of shadi
LUeiuau llros , corner 'seventh and 11
The llcek's Miirttlltr.
There were 81 deaths during last vvoon, n
srhlch vv crow hlto and 15 colored, tho ruto
mortal' . being 21 M Tor tho total popuh '
fhe; ipul causes of death vvero eo 1
tlnu 1 miui mla .', congestion ol lungs
(roup ., ilihihcrla I, l)phold lever 4, n-ir
Icvcr.l, CJtiier I aud heart dlseaso 6 ruci
vvero 1U morrlagos and GO blrihs reported.
Cm 1-pi.ciAi.Tirji Ia hi' genuine hand.
snnr.l 1 r.Vir-h i.ld. Imtton.-"! 50. Paris. 11 1
I Su 'id f urn-Hi kid SI Cousin's Pebble, but
ton 12 J), Ulove kid, Drcus kid, nnd float, but-
i ton 52 Gents' Iho hanilscwod limits aul
nnd tiiuterii, S4 Vi, Prime Cair and Kip lloots,
SitVI, Mles' and Hovs" tetiool Shoes, ') cents,
H 15. 81 'I Wool lined Shoes nnd Slipper,
Jlulilw-r lloots. Arctics, an 1 tanuais i- o
rheFlcr 'oShoe.SJIVI Iscquil to a $'i Ualtcr,
cures rheumatism ore feet bunions, and
corns YoiiNOS, IWieventh Hreet. iookfor
the Old Woman in Uio Wlndo v.
JjAJii:s' Goods.
OUIt 1'itICE LIST.
Cldhlren'i Hand made Worsted. Caps, ail colors.
J4e
Old Iren 3 Hand mado Caps, worsted and silk.
mixed 7rc .. .
Onol tlapi ii lesolrt fbrbUj worthfltsa
J iso Cips, SlDtlllsv.i-elt
Chll Iren 1 1' uo Ci s, ii ii worth 3 50
ll.fmls'e'nlitcybyr baequcs, hand m v lo only
indents finilt ZerhjrSnc-.ues, worsted nnd silt,
ior"U.
n-sc
lnml male wor.ieei lorguics, i.sc
llanet m do Worsted Draw i.o&tmss, for chll-
-"," !!!",,..,. jri,. lnn
Cr'iVr,-ASSr,lira - '
Jiffl'if.JVks ftrlnftir.ti.18c.
Aml, M,w imams li esses, nliort and long, at
luw llauros
An iifuits Casslincro Cloak for (1 08, worth
(SMI
25 iioen Onera Kid Gloves, fJOc, 4 button,
'-5 do-!'n pnara Kid aiovos, 00c, 4
. ,V ,' LJ, . .,,hi is no.vilis.
hdlfr,e,J"irr?,..Tr'a1d V edmlSe."
Antique 1 1dles wirttiOu reliueiltiSOa,
Aitlq.c l.iai.BOl.l In stores lor 'Joe, reduced to
1 ,o s-iir 1.
liana m jdo Il-vll rrliiB"s, soo J ard.
g""''l' Mfe' ' J' !'-,;''" -la
Htuni. n,l I kill m. lliu hrIiis. Hie
1 1 ll in nil col u , i j ni ds v. lile. 1 1 i
i-uuo i nnd r.ushcs, ibr uney work at reduced
prices
Ni v. dndirna In stamping
t-olhl Miser rhlllibln.onl. .11-.
Clill Iren's -ollil Hold llltiss OUC.
llolle 1 Uold 1 Ins. ne.v il.sUas. due.
wn Ann hi ADcn'AUTriiM inn maic
11IAL3 1N 1A.MJ1 WOItlC
S. MAX MU, Agent,
ti4 r,vrai ii
sTiiEr.r.
Miai ANNin it. nnMpnrnv,
1 lu Tl.IsTll -srillll.T v. wH
MAKES CORSET3 TO ORDER
lu every style nnd mati rial, and guarantees
perfect fit an 1 comfort.
STrr nM.nltln nrn 1 rimeh Hull 1 failn tTnw.
riotliln-. Jleriuo Uuuerwear, ana Jilucst lm-
iiru-u m "!,
Patent niioiil I
Ipr Ilr.ii. nnd all TlrM Ttpforn.
floods, 1 rencli Corsets and Hustler Clilldron ft
Corse is. an 1 a One Dollar corset (Miss iL's own
runic) Hint lor tbo price is unsurpassed.
X ll I rcneh. clermaii lend Spanish spoken.
Success! Success!
Since the ndopttou of our new system of sell
iJiffUoiblngat
10 Per Cent.
Above tho rout of man ifacture wo biwod'mean
inormoun ImMLtmn. Ibt public appreciate our
filoru In RMnrf Uicm, Uood tlotuliiL'utiluDU
faciurerit i'fltt
This Week's Bargains.
87 for Cosslmere Bolt worth 112
(H.IIO forUiovl IBnltw rtli (Id.
sin lor WirsteilH ItworthtlA
il'i lor Dlaional Hu t Worth till
114 Turin kkrr. w suit wnrltl llfl
(10 for l'lluoi Albert Coat and Vest worth :a
Boys' Suits.
1 for School Hull w orth 0.
SclforCasslineroHnii worth 8.
ta f ,r W'orsied Knit worth rll.
HO for Corkscrew Mult worth 13.
Overcoats. Overcoats.
Your choice of over 100 styles In Men'!,
Youths', ln' nnd Children's, ranging lu price
fromO'uatotuO
Pants Pants. Pants.
Thousands of rants, from (1 up.
London and Liverpool
CLOTHING- COMPANY,
Corner Seventh and Or Stroots.
Ladies' Sealskin Sacques,
Flno Plush Sacriuos, Fur and Qulltod-Llnod Oiroulars,
Nowmarkots and Visltos, in Brocado Volvot, Plush and Silk.
Beuvor Capes and Muffs.
Boavor and Other Fur Trimmings.
B. H. STINEMETZ & SON,
Hatters and Furriers, 1237 Penna. Avenue.
Singleton & Fletcher,
CARPETS, FURNITURE, AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS,
415 Sovonth St N. W.
THOS. D. SINGLETON (lato of Slngloton & Hoeko) and WM.
H. FLETCHER (lato with W. B. Moses) havo opened at abovo
location, and invito tho inspection of frionds and tho publlo to
ono of tho Most Comploto Stooks to bo found in tho oity.
WM. H. HOUGHTON has ohargo of tho Upholstery Depart
ment Hii
PRICES GUARANTEED THE LOWEST.
CAltllOLL IKsriTUTK.
Address and lln.lcal and Drnmitle Inlcrtoln.
incnt last Mcht.
Tho complimentary entertainment gUcn by
tho Carroll liwltnto lait evening crowded Its
fine hall to tho doors ulth an appreciative au
dience, Tho principal attraction ol a viry In
tcrcntlnp: progrnmiao was an address by llev.
J.J Murphy,?, J, pastor of H. Alo) Mils'
iliiirch, on "C'ltl7cnlilp and llellBlon " Tho
re i rend ri nllemnn's remarks w eru specially
imire'iini; ni inis pnriiciuar iinic. ..nuonoi
nppnnlUK of thu ihrey lnlxlns In "hat li
I nioni. nix in mv viviiiv iiiiiuk iii um n
IlKipularl) known as poll leal life, he claimed
, U (io,r desljncd th.il rcll?lon and the ilu-
tluof clllcnshlpubouid eiercntOKCther In
ilY-n.. ,.-i- n't. .,,..!... mj.im i. .,,..
U1UI1UI J lllll'Jll. lllll.liniitiK mn in.n b . ill, !.
pious instances from sacred history, nhowln?
hccorruntlonilniowlilch men full whin thov
iuiil dlMirrod ioIIeIoii Irom oi cry day duties
and pursullsof life
Tho lecture was attentively IWencdto nnd
warmly applauded Thu remainder of tho
tiroL'rnmmo was nl.o exceedingly Attractive,
jmrrcli linimauc iiuuj rt.oiia.ioiis or .-iinsier
itrr. t. ,1. ...-... .,.. k. iii..nn,fldMiii.n
mul ',,,. (, ' Xl)ta ',,n0 hoi by Ml
i,inv(l DaMs, ol ( Inclnuntl i and ln.tru.
I fliiiiv II nam ol t inc iiunti onn intni
, , (lllt,.t tl) M,Ml, ,, Iln n,t011 ,, ,m0.
i,m , 111,11111, and totnrby l'rof 1. II l'.IIloH
oalso.ouaXl trfoUiSt.1 Ir oflho
,,ro .raminc.
programme.
noiV KliTOvincoATs, In bcnutlful designs.
Clscman Bros , corner bovciith and L.
Isseph Holler's Ass'gument.
An assignment was made j csterday by Jos.
l.llodlcr.or Kingman .t ltwllcr, '.Ml Ninth
street. toJobllarnnrd, for tho benefit cf his
creditors, giving preferenco to J J. West lor
f ,"! in and uctes fur J 100, 4.J5D, !wJ3 , tiiO Ul,
andJJjO
. i
Vmtf Kiit Siit, n complcto assortment,
nisemun llros., ion er seventh and LI streets.
FIFTH WEEK
or our urtAXD
REMNANT
AND
Bargain Offerings
C0MMKNC1NO
3I0NBAY, N07. 10th, 1SS1,
And continue tho bUancO of tho week.
Ou ThdinnwopeDelwItbiv rnjoinfo.
ft nf It) f nm nil parts of tho city seeking tbo
jaiblua Ion Storo
Oi (ft abllshmcnt crowded a&d patrons d
I!;htil.
Eery nrtM offcrol full; 15 per cnt. less
tb in actnl nluc.
All boinnbo could not be waited on with the
s tlifactlon that 11 diicbuyr wilt .'ojmt av
we 1 on 1 tiiurtaj rr Trlday nni get aarao no
lo tlonandprlusason Mood y.
OUR ATTRACTIONS:
100 10-1 Whltj Hooovcomb Spreads, 30a
00 llorso Mangels, 73c
U1 lozeniu roofthslluckabic Towvls, 4c.
SOdoz'n mora of Uo Unbleached Napkins,
25c per dozen.
lUdozcn JorseyCaps, all shades, S3c
1 000 yards of Saloon, full nUth, short length.
7c,
OOOyards of Handsomo JJrcis Gingham, short
length, 7c.
Pa'anco of our Vclvetoens. In all colors, 43c.
Balance nf ourRUk Vols oti, I J all colors, (1 09 1
roo ya'ds Hbort-ond Orny riaqnet, 13c.
CODyerdsShort-cndltCdT.vlll Mediated Flan
nel, 21c,
Balance of our SoIIo 1 Window Shades, 23e.
200 Ullea r.lnen Window Shados, with gilt bands
an lo liners Ingr en only, JOc,
Snstyles of Plaid NjIiisjoi-, OMia
20 do en s ery flno Ladles' Cashmcro Mitts, full
regular made, 23c.
Ba'auce ofoir Misses' Jerseys, lino stockinet,
nil color .,00.
2 gross awect by and by 1'erfumo, per bottle,
13c.
20 dozen Men's nnd Boys' fine Ite-enforcedTJn-
laun ercd Shirts, 38c.
20 ozen moro of Ladies' Heavy Merino Vests,
17c.
1,000 psekages of Tins, full count, per paper,
-ic.
20 dor.cn Ladles' Bolld Color Injraln Itose.lOc.
000 ) ards of Amoskcag Staple Apron Ulugtiams,
short ends, 7c.
30 dozen first quality Ivory nandlo Tooth
Brushe., 4c
2 cases or Amoskeai K. E. Canon .una,
short ends, 8c. cut from tho ploco, lie.
15 pieces of Ifaudsome Worsted riald Dress
Qoodi, Pc.
75 Oil Cloth Hugs, 1' yards square, 33c.
For other prices and novelties Inquires on the
premLi:s.
A. KAUFMAN'S
East Washington Combination Store
1241 Uth Street a a
XTB-floods delivered to all parta of tho dty.
Edmonston s
SPECIALTIES:
Gents' Hand-made Shoos,
QS 00, in Laco, Button, and
Congress.
Edmonston's
Ladles' Walklntr B o o t b,
Hand-mado Pebblo Goat,
84 00; O. Ss W. Dongola,
$4.00.
Edmonston's
Ladlo3' Pobblo Goat, 83.00
Ladies' Cur Kid, $3.00.
Ladlos' Cloth Top Kid Fox,
$3.00.
Edmonston's,
1330 F St. and 043 Pa. Avo.
Two Stupendous Bargains!
GLOVES.
The Palais Royal's famous
"Elite" Gloves are 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 barg tin for
89c pt-r pair. Wf olTcr them for the
balance of the week at
79c a Pair.
Grand 'Fur
SATURDAY WILL BE THE LAST DAY Of tho FOLLOWING
Souvenir
Our $1.25 Russian Hare Muffs) satin lined, for
98 cents.
Our $4.08 Russian Hare Coachmen's Capes for
$3.98.
Our $9 China Wolf Robes for $6.50.
Fur Trimmings, Muffs, and Capes,
iur, at naii lurriors pnoos.
Fur Trimmings, Loops, &o., ready-mado or to order, at half fur
riors' prices.
Tho Largest and Best Variety of Furs in tho city, at half furriers
prices.
The Palms Royal,
1117-1119 PENNA AVE.,
A SPECIAL SALE!
i
Hew Booh. Good Booh.
Handsome Books! Books for the Million!
Books by the Millions !
BOOKS DIRECT FROM THE PUBLISHERS
AT LESS THAN COST
OF FRINTrNO- AND BINDING-.
Books of Fiction, Books of Facts,
Books of Travel, Books of Adventure,
Books of Instruction, Books' of Poetry,
Books of History, Books of Advico,
Books of Arts, Books of Philosophy,
Serious Books, Funny Books,
Books to make tho Head Acho,
'' And Books to Split tko Sides.
In short, the Grandest Combination, Assortment, and Collection of
BOOKS 1 BOOKS!! BOOKS!!!
Ever seen on the American continent, at prices which not only set com
petition at defiance, but leave it entirely out of question.
Here is .1 short list which will show the kind of books we are offering.
TVey are all complete editions, perfect in print, binding, and finish, and
liavbccn put into our hands by the publishers with a whole volume of
lnsirir.tions expressed in lour lcttus
a
SELL!"
2Si0 (Complete cddition) Red-Line Poets, bound in cloth, lull gilt,
including Sli&speare, Tennyson, Whittier, Longfellow, Byron, and 46
others. This htlie only cheap Red-Line edition printed in large, clear
tyjie. Do not b, misled by cunningly-worded advertisements of an in
ferior edition, prinvl in small type.
Publlshor's Price, $1.60. Our Prioo, 45 Cents.
750 sets Charles Dickens's Complete Works, richly bound in cloth ami
gold, printed from nevvViates, largest, clearest type, and fully illustrated.
An ornament for any libury.
Publisher's Prieo, $22 50. Ours, $0.50.
20,000 Popular Standards 2rno Books, beautifully bound in cloth and
gold, including Arabian Nigta Don Quixote, Tom Brown, Rugby, Ox
ford, Vanity Fair, and over 5 Mhers.
Publler-a Prioo, $1.00. Ours, 32 Cents.
Macaulay's History of England,omplcte, not a 3-vol. edition, but the
genuine 5-vol., unabridged and unaWrJ, well printed and well bound in
substantial ciotn.
pubiisnv'a prioo, $5 00. Ours, $1.30.
Magnificent Quarto Editions de Lut. 0f Dante's Inferno. Milton's
Paradise Lost, full gilt, handsomely illustrVd by Gustave Dore.
Publisher's E.!00i $10.00. Ours, $3.03.
Besides full line of Children's Books,pUna jn ciot1i uoard( &c
Scores, hundreds, and thousands of New Nb,eiS) Beautilul Gift Books,
richly bound and illustrated sets, &c. v
Also, please observe our Stationery and Caid knartment are crowded
with goods consigned to us on the same terms. V
Don't purchase before giving us a call. For ictancc, we furnish a
copper plate, with 50 cards (work equal to liffdny s, W, York), for 80c.
CB4-
No. 4Z6 StVcNin Dlnxci, Yvrvonmuiun, u,
RIBBONS.
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 25c per yard,
but we emphatically guarantee these
ribbons to be our regular 36c goods.
Having bought a job lot, we have
decided to offer our 36c goods al
ready in stock ?nd the new job lot
all for
25c a Yard.
Opening!
Bargains
in overy conceivable stylo of
COR. TWELFTH STREET.
BA,lM,
UXORS !
A frCih Stmnlv Of Hemcr Trlmmlnif.
Capes, Muffs and Neck Bands to match.
Our Ladies' Fur Department is complete with Newmarkets in Cloth,
Matalassc, Plush, and Brocades ; Black Hare Mulfs, Capes, and Trim
mine: Black FOX ailtl Nntlir.il Tfrvv Tritnmfnrr Rp.ilsWin S.irnnrc flscn.
fitting Seal Newmarkets; Nutria Capes and '1 rimming, in dark and light
shades. Large stock Children's and Misses' Furs at N. Y. Jobbers' Prices
ALL GOODS AT NEW YORK PRICES.
WILLETT & RUOFF,
Hatters and Furriers,
MASON Sz: HAMLIN
O RG-AN8
. From
JOHN F. ELLIS.
QENERAL
937 Penna. Avenue, near 10th Stroet N. W.
Our $20 Prince Albert
V -W
-$-.
yNi-
The Misfit Store,
Copyright 188 Ll
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ibr
EZHSTG-'S PALAOE.
Great Slaughter in Cloaks and Millinery !
NOW IS YOUll CHANCE FOIt BARGAINS.
READ KING'S PALACE PRICES !
Elegant Dolmans, Newmarkets, Russian Circulars, at $s M $"l and $S.
All Styles of Jackets, at $4, $4'5i $S, S5'5i and $6-
150 Silk and Satin Wraps, at 9, 10, and $12.
Silk Plush Garments below market value.
2,000 Misses' and Children's Havelocks and Newmarkets, a most mag
nificent line, at 2, 3, 4, 5, and $6.
S.ooo Wool and French Felt Hats, at 50c, 75c, 1, and Si. 25.
2,000 Children's Elegant Trimmed Hats, at 25c. 50c, 75c, 1, and Si. 25.
Birds, Plumes, Wings, Tips, Ribbons, Velvets, Silks, Satins, Velveteens,
less than sold elsewhere.
Ladies' Underwear, Corsets, and Kid Gloves below manufacturers' prices.
Do Not Buy until You Havo Examined Our Stook and Ascertained
Our Prices, if You Wish to SAVE YOUR MONEY 1
BIENGr-'S
814 Sovonth
ROBINSON, PARKER & Co.
Desire to call attention to their Magnificent Stock of
FALL AND WINTER STYLES
1(11'
No. 319, S. B. Corner Seventh and D Streets.
Best, Strongest, and Cheapest!
TOPHAM'S
1231 PENNA. AVE.,
own maici: or
T RUN K S
Largo Varloty of Travollng
TS u i- .,-..,! T.nrvnH fl fs-on
fUlUUOf UCWU UUUbu v.hm.
Match, and Dressing Oasos, and
Finn Tjon.thnr floods.
TRUNKS TO ORDER, REPAmED, AND COVERED.
A Flue Assortment of Ilamrss ana SoddUry Goods. Also, n Special Lot of
, 1 llorso llUukels ami Cnrrlauo Italics.
fl HUH ' I I a 111!, 1 t h I 1 ,
An unusual largo line of Dressing Cases ana Leather Goods lust Received i
FUES !
s'rs llrtlif-.rlort-. ntlil nsorltims ctiir1
905 Penna. Avenue, i
$22 Upward.
& CO.,
AGENTS,
Suit, LQu
$35
AI. TO AJV bOLU AT
4 button Culaway Sulls.ln brown, dihlla. or
bntlr. to kscrcw at 112, bolter than most
sauntedbirg.iiis 1110
Business Salts nt (0 21, cheap at 10.
Business Suits at (8 00, worth 114.
Business Suits nt10 70, worth ta
Bluo I)ou')U-breted Bulla at 12, vvorthj20
A sn'pnitld linn nffWlStirn A1ali a ....w
10 f7 art, worthily llico, north lA''li.2i
:V,rlbf.la. 'V''' "orth fli; tj 17. J5, worth
tJlJU, worlhtJO.
VCn BOYS-A complctis line of Suits and
0 e rcoats, t epial to nnv In Wnsblngtoii, at prices
lolly 11 1 po cent, lower than tboso ui any other
alore-u-oul J up
ODIi l'ANTi-2,000 pairs, must bo sold at
once to inako room $1.25 nud upwarek
JIT.N H AND BOVB' nOS-SAMEUS AND
nuiiunn COA'lsw til bu closed out regardless
of cost nt
cor. ioth and F Sts.
The Railroad Monopolist
We (tear of various kinds of mo
nopolists. No one seems to have l
monopoly on election juit now.
Some people seemed to think until
quite recently that the Clothing bus
iness of Washington was likely to
be monopolized, b it that is a mis
take. We intend to so treat the peo
ple of this city that at least our
share of the business (and our claims
are large) will come to us.
Come and see our new line of
Fine Overcoats. The finest in
every rfspect that were ever shown
in a Clothing Store in Washington,
E. B. BA10M i$ CO.,
031 Penna. Avonuo.
jPA.LA.OE3,
Street Northwest.
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