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THE ffATPffAfr 3PtU33IQAff : STffDAT aflQJOTnSTft. KOVEMffEff, 8, 1834,
R. H. TAYLOR,
D33 Ponna. Avonuo.
NOVELTY IN UMBRELLAS 1
The Patent Sdt-Opnr!
Whlto and Oolorod Brooadod
Whlto and Oolorod Silk Hand
Jiorohlofs, Plain and Brooadod.
Now Nockwoar from tho GOlo
bratod Manufaoturors, Woloh,
Margotoon & Co. and Slator,
Buckingham fc Co., London..
Travollng Shawls and Rugs.
Buckskin Vosta, porforatod.
Buokskln Shirts, porforatod.
Buckskin Drawors, perforated.
Dross Shirta to Order a Spo
clalty. Silks, Satins, nnd Velvets.
(Successor to Terry t Brother)
roNtoN-s cEi.i n ri.D black lyons
NH.K8. n sarin,. cf trrmfl.'J3io2.50.
1.0 M.T M U llli..-i .UK. l'HIKCKSS A J.D
hUlihOKDKR'n MONOjOJ.Y" lltACK
mi.i.h, r nic ii' firm Tflc. to I&6U. .,,
BUruitn hiock ok-aiinm mu eoynrs.
AN! BATlN IiCUIUSIC in black ami
ALL TJI11 SLW 6HAIIKH. VON i SlilKr.T,
IlkUIH-lIOX. AMI UVIvNlNO WEAK
ANI lOLOIlKD 'lWO-TONIJ IllUiCADCU
VIll.VJtT AND SATIN Hill fS KltONlS.
wedbinu oirinrs a sjtcialty.
XVUttr ANN CIIKAM Willi K VAIM.B
I'ltAKCAISB A.ND BATIN 11CCULB3E,
ciT""?'fic'ciA5ira. illusions, ruuzns,
AMI CANIO.N CI1KW3, IN WlilTU ANU
j:vi:nimi hhaiii k ..,.,
lat1.8t novzltik3 in rompadouh
bla'c k and colowd oerjian bilk
VKLVEIX. FROM 11.60 TO la.
JA OVS l'URi: SILK VlII.VKTd, (rom SO to
2H Inches w lde, In black nnd 15 colorr. ranc.
liic in m t!i tost) pi r raid. -. .
BLACK AND COLOIILD BROCADED VEL
VETS IN UREAT VARIETY, raugluj Horn
S310S7 per vara,
EAL rLCSHES, from 2.B0 to
00 INt'HKS WIDE
3-BPECIAL ArARTMENTFOR DISPLAY-
IMJ UVKNIAO U0UD3 BY riASLIOHr.
JJJTCHOlCt UOOIW. PLAIN FIUURES, AND
Pennsylvania AveDue. comer of Ninth Street
Since the adoption of our new ijitem of tell
10 Per Cent. '
Abr to tho cost of mannfacture we have done an
e nor mo in tmiinois 'J lit public appreciate our
ittori In eUititf tbempGrt.Uotn.ucataianu
This Week's Bargains.
17 for Canimere fcijlt worth 12.
iH.uoforClu-l t Hull worth fltf.
iiutor Worsteds It worth lft.
U-lor DlnRounl mi t Woi thrift.
$14 tor Co Lscrew Mult worth f 18,
HO for Prince Albert Coat and Vest worth $20.
M for School Suit worth 0.
0 for CasMrnero Sun worth l&
8 for Worsted Kultnorth 111.
flu for corkscrew tiuit worth 13.
Your choice of over 100 stylee In Men's,
Youths', Hoys', nnd Children's, runrlnc In price
from 2 unto 30.
Pants Pants. Pants.
Thousands of rants, from 1 up.
London and Liverpool
Corner Seventh and G Streets
Ones, dark color, very rloh.
BUCK-WHEAT Now York
BUTTER Choice Creamery, In 3
pound pails, direct from
GOLDEN HILL FLOUR 81.60 a
CERES FLOUR $L 75 a Saok.
SILVER KING FLOUR $L0O a
Saok, worth 82, compared with
SUGAR Granulated, 10 pounds
Standard A, 10 pounds
Standard 0, 10 pound
Powdered, 10 pounds
for 75 o.
Out Loaf, 10 pounds
PRESERVES Puro Fruit and
Sugar Goods in 6 pound buck
ets. MAPLE SUGAR Puro Vormont
from "Cold Storago," equal to
now and moro timely.
APPLES-Hand Ploked, only 633
a barrel Buy qulok, only a
small lot at tho price.
lot Just received, and very fine,
OOo a dozen
DOORMATS Largo assortment
just rocolved. Spoolal Prices
420 NINTH STRBBTJ,,
ii , JB s4Jri uel dtitii I
run i ciui 'i4 hcuti,,, (fc-a Iv'ls-S.
TIIK MIEVITY 11A8KKT.
Filled with Brief Mention of Man.
Minor Kveists of Yesterilny.
Samuel E. Wheatloy was yesterday ex
cused from further Berries ai a uror In
tho circuit court.
Hole Carter was Bent to Jail for sixty
dura byjuilgo Snell for stealing a silk
cost from John HoMahon.
Carrlo Stewart, convicted In tho crim
inal court yesterday of assaulting Mary
Mitchell, vras sentenced to sixty days in
Lowii Jones, who was indicted on tha
charge of assault with Intent to kill John
Laufthlln, iras acquitted yostorday in tho
John 0. Kelts we held in $500 for tho
grand Jury yesterday by Judge Snell for
breaking into tho houieof lllclucl Donch
nnd stealing $7.50.
For using profane language and assault
ing Sorgeaut 8lattory, l'oyton Holmes, a
mio-armed colored man, was fined $15 by
Judgo Snell yesterday.
To-morrow Is the 401st anniversary of
tho birth of Luther, and special, services
will beheld because of tho occasion nt tho
Memorial church, on Fourteenth street,
ninrnlng and evening.
Tor violating rulo it of the poltcs man
ual, in using disgraceful language to bis
superior olllcer, tho sorgcant, Officer
Konrke, has been sentenced to a repri
mand in goneral orders.
Mr. F. B. Chantlor, No. 1433 Pennsyl
vania avonuo, Corcoran building, Is pre
pared to dn business for Investors in grain,
provisions, and stocks. Ills Chicago cor
respondents are the Chaudler-Brorrn Co.
Justice James has been sick for tho past
two days, and as tlirco Judges aro ncadod
In the general term, thero has been no
session of that court, and probably will
not bo until tho Judgo is able to sit with
In reply to an appllcUlon of John
O'Loary, of 104 13 street, for tho return or
$100 deposited by blm for a liquor llconso
in 1670, which was uevor granted, tho
commissioners havo decided that thoy
have no powor to refund llcenso fees.
The Treddlng of Miss Effle Rodlor,
daughter of Capt. P. L. Ilodler, superin
tendent of prlutiug, treasury dopartmont
to Mr. Wilfred E. Houghton, of tho "Belt
Lino," will tako place at Congregational
chnrch next Wcdno3day ovenlng at 8
Tho register yosteiday received the
will of tho lato John Connor, which was
eubmlttod to probate and record, and
letters issued to John Connor, No. 70 K
street northwest, upon giving bond In the
sum of $.2,000. The testator bequeaths
tho property to his wife, to revert to tho
children at her death.
lilchard KIder was fined $50 in the
police court yesterday morning for carry
ing concealed weapon,. Rider whooped
for Clovoland and Hccused two colored
men of saying something to him. They
denied it, and bo pulled a rovolvor on
them. Ho also tripped Detcctivo Cox
when plaood undor arrest.
The case of Diehard J, Donnolly was
abandoned by the prosecution in tho
pollco court yettorday morning. Mr. Don
nelly had been arrested for a burglary
committed at tho bouso of David Smith,
No. 1330 Corcoran street, last November.
The only reason which appeared for the
arrest was that a watch, which bad bcon
taken from the honso, was bought by
Donnolly six months after tho burglary.
A if an living In a sky parlor cured himself
or sciatica with St. Jacobs Oil. IIo called the
disease the skyattlcker.
Winning by a Tcchnlcnllty.
Androw Melville, by his attorney, Mr.
H. B. Monlton, on May 10, 1879, entered
suit against tho Baltimore and Fotomao
Railroad company, olatmlhg $2,000. dam;
ages lor passing mm ou a train ooiwoua
Alexandria nnd this city in November,
1878. The company demurred to tho
declaration, on the ground that it con
tained no causo of action, and the court
sustained tho demurrer. Appeal was
taken to the general term and tho decision
affirmed, but leavo.wae given to amend
tho declaration. On April 30, 1881, tho
amendment was filed, and to this the
statute of limitation was pleaded by tho
company, on tho ground that it contained
entiroly now matter from what was con
tained in tho original declaration. Tho
cause camo on for bearing yesterday, and
Justice Uagner sustained the plea, and
the jury returned a verdict for the com
TnE extremo penalty of bigamy Is two
mothers-in-law, but the penalty tor not at
tending to your cold, however trilling It Is,
will be lingering consumption. Take Dr.
Bull's Cough byiup as soon as you detect trou
ble or pain.
The Marine Corps.
Col. Charles G. McCawley, commandant
of the marine corps, In his annual report,
submitted yesterday to tho secretary of
tho navy, says that thoro wero 1,002 on
listod men in tho corps Oct. 1, 1884. Ho
recommends that congress provido for
moro privates in tho corps, and that the
number of second lieutenants bo incroased
to thirty. New b.trracks are recommended
for tho troops at tho Norfolk navy yard,
at an estimated cost of $12,350, and now
houses, atncoit of $Ji,000, aro needed for
tho oulcers'at the samo place IIo thinks
an increase should bo mado in the higher
grades of officers, which would not in
crease the total number of officers now al
lowed by law to the corps, but would die,
tributo them to better advantage. Pro
motion In the senior gradca is now almost
at a standstill.
Iliau. Our counters are stocked as high as
their capacity will admit with clothing to lit
largo or small, and tho prices aro lower than
ei cr. Eiseman Bros., tho most popular cloth
iers and tailors, corner Seventh aud E.
excursion Tickets to Jacksonville,
Fin., via Pennsylvania ilaltroail.
For the accommodation of travelers to
the south, the Pennsylvania Railroad
company has placed on sale winter ex
cursion tickets to Jacksonville, Fla,,
which will bo sold from Washington, D.
C, to Jacksonville, at $10, good until
May 31, 1835, A stock of excursion
tickets have also been placed on sale at
tho above agency for Capo May, Cape
May Point, Atlantto City, and Old Point
jArAKESE store, Ninth street, bet. D and E.
Building permits wero Issued yesterday to
George F. Van Wyck, erect a two story
and basement dwelling, Eighteenth and
Q streets northwest. $12,000. Thomas
Kearney, erect two three story and base
ment dwellings. M. between Sixth and
Seventh streets northwest, $3,500. Oo-
1'. (Jrahau, erect a two story dwolllng,
Park streets, Mt. Pleasant, $2,500.
Tc-MORimw's ntpubllc will contain "Notes
from a Washington Club," by a member: so
ciety Items anil comments; "Wholly Worldly
and Worldly Holy;" full dramstlo newsand
criticisms; sporting notes; "OOssIp About tho
Hotels;" editorial paragraphs on current
events; the Ilrst Installment of a new and In
teresting story; tho "Orowlers' Club," and
other leatuies of Interest. For sale at all the
Liquor Licenses Granted.
Liquor licenses wero granted yesterday
to John F. Rochford, Mary Martin, Ed.
ward Gibbons, Thomas Kelly, Dennis
Murphy, Timothy McCarthy, Robert
O'Neill, Daniel O'Hrien, Loronzo Slno,
Wo. Bergman, Win. Hartnott, Wm.
Lewis, John F. Masliluck, Golard Bros,,
W. II. Wilkonlg, August Willoge, and
Kuhu, (lie Piano Dealer, Not to Be
Tho Gustavus A. Kuhn, who filed a
petition for dlvoroe from his wife, as re
ported In Till) Itri'UDUCAN of tho 22 d
ultimo, ii not Mr. Gnstav II, Kuhu, tho
well-known piano dealer, at Ho. 407
Tenth street northwest. Tho similarity
of names has led to mistake by many,
KtPNfiT.TaopjiI.EfPon't dfue.bt. kidney
Mn. Tjockvrootl Presents the Name nf
Mrs. Flora II. Stanford for School
Mrs. Belva Lookwood, the woman's can
didate for president, who concedes lior
defeat, has always advocated the appoint
ment of a woman on the school board.
She held a consultation with tho commis
sioners a few days ago on tho subject.
Tho commissioners advised her to put her
application in writing, and yesterday sho
sent tho following lottor:
HoN.CojiMtsiosEM,D. Cittum Observing
that thero Is at present a vacancy ou our school
board, I havo the honor herewith to prencnt
for that vacancy the name of l'lora 11. btan
lord, M. 1)., or No. 411 11 street northeast,
Wahlngton, 1). C. Tnls lady Is a cultivated,
educated woman; has had experience as a
teacher; is a registered practicing physician ol
this district; has children to educate, and her
moral character is above reproach.
She has an interest in ourpublleschools,and
Is llllnc without corapemallon, to devote the
necessary time to visit and to look Into tho
management, staudard, and discipline or our
publln schools, and, as 1 liellevo, will meet a
want long felt In our community. Sho Is fami
liar with the matter of text-books.
I can seo no convincing argument why one
hair or our school board should not bo coin-
fused or educated, earnest noincn. Yours,
ruly, Belva A. Lockwuod.
The diversity or styles oxhtblted In our win
dows will give but a faint Idea or tho vastness
of our stock. We can tit and suit tho mo-t
fujtlillous. Hseman Bros., corner Bovcnth
An Alltr-Nnjitlal Contract.
On the 4th Instant a marriage llceuso
was procured at tho clerk's office for
James J, Shodd and Adolaldo M. Stutz,
Yesterday thero was put on rocord a deed
from James J, Shodd and W. W. Tarkor.
It recites that in consideration of a mar.
rlago shortly to bo solemnized botwocn
Shodd and Adolaldo M. Stutz, tho former
covenants to stand seized of lots 31 and
35, square 105, for himself during his life,
and after his cloath tho feat slraplo to bo
vested In Adelaide M. Stutz In llou of
dower in his estate. Adelaide M. Stutz
(ovenints not to demand any sharo of
bhodd's personal proporty undor tho
J. B. Kalbfus. pronriotor or Sunday ITtraM.
uses Llpps's Premium Soap in his family and
states that It comes up to all that Is claimed.
Tnn Kino op Floob Cloths. Tho new and
artistic designs brought out this season In tho
patent "Linoleum" floor cloth will, no doubt,
KtvothlsTiopularartlcloan Increased sale. It
is tho, only Door covering combining In tho
highest degree tho qualities esscntl tl to corn
tort, elegance, and economy. Interior foreign
Imitations, by various names, aro on tho
market, but tho superiority ol the American
mako Is beyond controversy. The genuine
cloth has tho Walton trado mark anduord
Linoleum" on tho biielc of ovcrv sauaro varu.
All carpet dealers keep It.
I havo a 5-vear-old. nura Ttvo whtskv for
(la gallon; 91 for a quart bottle; SO cents a
j as. iiiAitr, ito. oi3 k st. n. w.
A Catid. To all v, bo are suffering from tho
errors nnd Indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, &o
I will send a reclpo that will euro you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered by
a missionary in South America. Send a self
addressed envelope to tho ltev. Joseph T. In
man, Station D., New York city.
N. II, Bnr.A, wholosalo grocer, Pennsylvania
avenue, sells Llpps's Premium Soap "above all
"Aldernf.y IMinY Waoon"." Fresh Alder
ney butter churned every morning, and deliv
ered in pound "Ward" prints, at 4jc per
round. Also cottaee cheese. 5c. Per ball ; but-
iiuart, and sweet milk at 6c.
Tnn TTowlanrt Dental Association No. 211
Four-and-a-half street northwct, threo doors
north of Pennsylvania avenue, do all kinds of
Dental Work. All work warranted first-class.
Have administered nitrous oxide to over JO.'JJJ
persons. Kino gold and amalgam lllUngs In
serted In the best manner.
PrntE Old Rra and Bourbon Whiskies and a
fine assortment of bottled goods. James Tiiaop'
oib btrcec nonnwost.
S-1 per gallon, "Scents a quart Dottle. No. 1
Ityo Whisky, best In tho world for tho money
at McGee's, Ninth, near D.
OF OUR GRAND
MONDAY, NOV. lOtli, 1881,
And continuMbe balance of tho week.
Oar (redo now opene-1 with i vengeance.
IVoi'lo from I'll parts of tho city locVInff tho
Our establishment crowded and patrons do
lUhtcJ. Dvery nrtlrlo offered fully 15 per cent, less
thnn actual nhio.
All tboso who could not to waited on with the
satisfaction tt-at in duo ft buyer will do Just u
well on Thursday or Friday and cot aamo no
loctlon and prices as on Monday,
100 10-4 White ironej comb Spreads, 30c
BO Itorno IUankets, 73c,
SSilozcn imroof tho llno'cabielc Towels,, 4c.
20 dozen moro or too Oubleachcd fe Napkins,
'J5o per dozen.
10 dozen Jersey Gap all shad's, 23a
1,000 yards of Sateen, rull wlith, short length,
000 yards of Ilandiome Dress Gingham, short
Ralunco of our Velvoteens, In all colors, 43c,
Balance of our Wlk Velvets. In all colors. 11.09.
000 yards Bhoit-eu I Gray nannel. 13c
000 yards Short-end ItodTwlU Medicated Flan
Balance of our Rolled Window Shades, 25c.
200 Ollea I.lneu Window Hhadei, with gilt bands
anloiutcrs, in green only, 3de,
2nly!os of riald Nainsook, 0'tj
20do;en very flue Indies' Cashmere Mitts, full
regular made, 25c.
Balance of our Mlssos' Jerseys, fine stockinet,
all color i, 00a
2 gross Sweet ty-und by Perfume, per bottle,
30 d07en Men's and Hoys' fine ne-enforced Un-
laundered bblrts, 38c
20 'o-,-.n moro of Ladles' Heavy Merln o Vests,
1,000 packages of rtns, full count, per paper,
20 dozen Ladlos Solid Color Ingrain Hose, 10c
000 yards of Amoskeag Staple Apron (Jluguams,
short ends, c
80 dozen first quality Ivory Handle Tooth
2cuses of Amoskea E. Ii Cin'on Flannel,
short ends, B3i cut from the piece, 11a
IS pieces of Haudsome Worsted riald Dress
75 Oil Cloth Ituzs, 14 yards square, 33c
Tor other prices and novelties Inquire on the
East Washington Combination Store
1241 Uth Stroet S. H.
1 sTtis(UdUTtxJtoUarUoflU(Clty,' J
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 Si.io. We liavc been selling
them lately as a special bargain for
89c per pair. We offer them for the
balance of the week at
SATURDAY WILL BE THE LAST DAY of tho FOLLOWING
Our $1.25 Eussian Hare Muffs, satin lined, for
Our $4.'98 Russian Hare Ooachmen's-Oapes for
$3.98. . ,
Our $9 China Wolf Robes for $6.50.
Fur Trimmings, Muffs, and Capos, in every concoivablo stylo of
fur, at half furrlora' prieos.
Fur Trimmings, Loops, &o., rendy-mado or to ordor, at half fur
Tho Largos t and Best Variety of Furs in tho city, at half furriers
The Palais Royal,
A SPECIAL SALE!;
M Books. Good Booh.
Handsome Books! . Books for the Million!
Books by the Millions !
BOOKS DIRECT FROM THE PUBLISHERS
AT LESS THAN COST
Boolcs of Fiction, Books of Facts,
Rooks of Travel, Books of Adventure,
Books of Instruction, Books of Poetry,
Books of History, Books of Advice,
Boolcs of Arts, Books of Philosophy,
Serious Books, Funny Books,
Books to lunko tho Head Ache,
And Books to Split tho Sides.
In short, the Grandest Combination, Assortment, and Collection of
BOOKS! 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 a short list which will show the kind of books we are offering.
They 'are all complete editions, perfect in print, binding, and finish, and
have Been put into our hands by the publishers with a whole volume of
instructions expressed in four letters
25,000 (a complete edchtion) Red-Line Poets, bound in cloth, full gilt,
including Shakspeare, Tennyson, Whitticr, Longfellow, Byron, and 46
others. This is the only cheap Red-Line edition printed in hrge, clear
type. Do not be misled by cunningly-worded advertisements of an in
ferior edition, printed in small type.
Publisuor'a Prloo, $1.60. Our Prlco, 45 Oonta.
750 sets Charles Dickens's Complete Works, richly bound in cloth and
gold, printed from new plates, largest, clearest type, and fully illustrated
An ornament for any library.
Publlshor'a Prlco, 822.50. Ours, $e.60.
20,000 Popular Standard 1 2mo Books, beautifully bound in cloth and
gold, including Arabian Nights, Don Quixote, Tom Brown, Rugby, Ox
ford, Vanity Fair, and over 50 others.
Publisher's Prloo, $1.00. Ours, 32 Oonts.
Macaulay's History of England, complete, not a j-vol, edition, but the
genuine 5-vol., unabridged and unaltered, well printed and well bound in
Publlshor'a Prloo, Q6.00. Ours, $1.38.
Magnificent Quarto Editions de Lute of Dante's Inferno. Milton's
Paradise Lost, full gilt, handsomely illustrated by Gustavo Dore.
Publisher's Prloo, $10.00. Ours, $3.08.
Besides full line of Children's Books, bound in cloth, board, &c.
Scores, hundreds, and thousands of New Novels, Beautiful Gift Books,
richly bound and illustrated sets, &c.
Also, please observe our Stationery and Card Department are crowded
with goods consigned to us on the same terms.
Don't purchase before giving
copper plate, with 50 cards (work
r', A 416 SEVENTH STREET, WASHINGTON, Df"fc,; .A'il
All Silk Ribbons, Satin and Gros
Grain, 4 inches wide, in cardinal,
pink, light blue, shell pink, medium
biege, castor, white. Of course wc
always have ribbons nt 25 Pcr yard,
but we emphatically guarantee these
ribbons to be our regular 36c goods.
Having bought a job lot, wo have
decided to offer our 360 goods al
ready in stock and the new job lot
25c a Yard.
J1.11 l S1J,
us a call. For instance, we furnish a
equal to Tiffany's, New York), for 8pc.
MASON & HAMLIN
From $22 Upward.
JOHN R ELLIS & CO.,
937 Penna. Avenue, near 10th Street N. "vj".
Our $20 Prince Albert
The Misfit Store,
Great Slaughter in (Ms and Millinery !
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE FOE BARGAINS.
KEAD KING'S PALACE PRICES!
Elegant1 Dolmans, Newmarkets,' Russian Circulars, at $5, 56, $7, and $8.
All Styles of 'Jackets, at $4, $4.50, $5, $5.50, and $6.
150 Silk and Satin Wraps," at jo, JSio, and $12.
Silk Plush Garments below market value.
2,000 Misses' and Children's Havelocks and Newmarkets, a most mag
ni'ficent line, at 2, 3, 4, 5, and $6.
g.000 Wool and French Felt Hats, at soc, 75c, 1, and $1.25.
2,000 Children's Elegant Trimmed Hats, at 25c. 50c, 75c, 1, and H1.25.
Birds, Plumes, Wings, Tips, Ribbons, Velvets, Silks, Satins, Velveteenij
less than sold elsewhere.
Ladies' Underwear, Corsets, and Kid
Do Not Buy until You Havo Examlnod Our Stook and Ascertained
Our Prices, if You Wish to SAVE YOUR MONEY I
814 Seventh Stroet Northwest.
1231 PENNA. AVE.,
OWN MAKU OF
T RUN K S
Largo Varioty of Travollng
Bags, Satohuls, Pookotbooks,
Pur sos, Card, Latter, Oigar,
Match, and Dressing Oasos, and
Pino Loathor Ooods.
TRUNKS TO ORDER, REPAIRED, AND COVERED.
A Fine Assortmeut of Harness anil Saddlery Goods. Also, a Special Lot ol
Horse UlnliUels mill Carriage tubes.
An unusual largo lino of Dressing Cases and Leather Coods just Received T
ARTIFICIAL TEETH WITHOUT PLATE3
DR. O. L. ANDERSON,
GOl THIRTEENTH STREET, CORNER F STREET,
Formerly Expert nf the RnEFFITIT.D TOOTH CH0WN COMPANY, New York City, ha
.loculul lit COl raill'lKENllI Bl'itlUi.T, COUNWl F, Mulcts utjpeclally or
Tooth Crowns and Artificial Tcoth Without Platos.
jt u '..i.nti
This system entirely obviates the necessity of xtraetln teeth, does away with artificial testis,
prevents the sufferlnj caused by decay of the tocth slid consequent extraction of the roots (pro-l 10.
WB a cnunge in toe expression 01 me iu,u uuu uiomu,, "w ... ,.-. -.. .. hu,,ww.
vi u iiiaiu.
Ay this melliol roots and badly decayed teeth, which are firm In position, may borestorsd.
Itct useiuineas and beauty, performing the ofilca of inwtlcatlon nice the natural teeth,
UlStUSUAL UU.NUoi'ltir J.N AI.L ll'a ilHANUillii
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 readiness with which our
numerous callers have purchased since our reopening convinces
us that our styles arc just what the people want, and our prices
GEO. F. TIMMS & CO.,
400, Northwest Con Seventh and- D Streets.
ONE-PRICE CLJHJNG HOUSE
rQIJAl, TO ANV BOLD AT
4-bulton Cutaway Bui's, In brown, dahlia, or
niiwlc. Cotkserew at (14, better than inoso
aunicd bsrgslns ut MO
Ilusinrss Bolts at (o.aa, cheap at 10.
Iluslness Suits at (5.00, worth (14.
lluslness Suits atI0.7o, worth 118
Dluo Double-breasted Suits at U, worth30
..ft splendid line of 'OVKRCOATI-Atlo, worth
110! J7.'jn. worth Slat (ii.no, worth (IS; ni'so
vrortb (IB; (14.ftT. worth fii; (ifarf, north.
131; (JO, worth U0. , "" "u"
FOR ROYS A complete line of Hutu antt
STf "?" c!1"1 '.' aw ln Washington, at prlcA
fully 3 per int liwer thantho-o at auyothoe
store ironi yi iqi.
ODD rAXT.V-S.OiV) palm, must bnld at
..l!l?2L'i. AND B0Y8' nOS5AMr.Ill AITD
llUUnfclt COATS will be Wosed out reguoieu
or cost at '
cor. ioth and F Sts.
There Are "Lois" of Ways
Of frightening people, and many a
man is "scared bciore
he is hurt."
Just now "lots" of people are
badly scared, and some will doubt
less be hurt.
Meantime wc are making daily
additions to our stock of Fine
Goods and daily distributing the
same to appreciative customers.
Another line of the Finest
Satin-Lined Overcoats Ever
Shown in Washington received
Heavy Overcoats for Men, from
io to $50: for Boys, from (6
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
e. b, mm & co
031 Ponna. Avonuo.
Gloves below manufacturers' prices.
O. L. ANDERSON, D. D. S.