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ftlaeonnt Hnl of 1'lmlic.
We Imro tondnded to ncll nil cnuliM ml
MohMr lModhcs tor one week onlr fit 91 rr.it
cest, nisrocxT, rommenrlni; lenity. Aak to
fcti our decant $I.W ltocker. In pliiuli, au
fiiADEi. llifv ro n uimv rLUM tor the rirtc.
Yllt our cMnlillMitucnt nnd note ot the uum
ernui irtlclcKthAt vould bojiiat the thins Mr
n iioi.iiiat rnr.riT. Au at iicittom mock
i(iunn. W. It. lloriutTiw, A r..
1318 nnd law F r treet n. w.
ltmlilrii'rt Now 1VII (loitiln.
ilohti tliiddtn. the ldonoer In'tillmfntniiur
centrally loratrrltta)nrid till Porentli utrcnt
uortrmcat, lma Jut returned from the i:torn
mirkrta with an lr.inii"nf! ruppljr or nil klnda
ot hinirckccptua rjoodn. ctrpcla, (lou', rni!,
tc. Ion can furnWt your linTifc from cellar
to frnrtct, nt thin ftorc nlth taidi price", on the
In'tnllmeiit plan.
Tlic Imllnn Mplnli
crare-ahould lint esclto m much comment aa
the WoMimrvL lloiin vv 11 tKUAlxi at Huoii
lUAK'a In llrilooil, 'Inhlcllitiimak. Tonela
fopMiia, lllankel, CninforM, llcnlgry, Olot.'a.
Handkerchief, etc.; 10-1 hlietlu,r, IJc.1 II.-.
Wnrr.er'ii Coracla, IWe.iTho Monarch Hhlrl,
t7e.:T5c iverlno undercir now M)c.i lovely
(tannic width plalih nnd llcnrlelti Cloth 15c.
icrt l.p, nt IlixnitiKAii A (n.,
Ml I' alrcet (Jlnonlc Temple!
KMflt-lli-hcdl.v,:.
local y rcws.
r.hi.u:vKiiNMACKM)XiAXritiNrfpr!'.i
The Mnr.TljaiX Henit)llrn C'luli Inaltla
Hint ijgjpnrnits lie ItcmortMl.
' To tlic victors "lielouR tlio spoils" a llic
motto of tlio Maryland lie))iliillculi Club,
nnd nt iv nicctliiB licld last nljjht resolu
tions were adopted Hhimlng Hint as fur
iw iKKilldo thiit clnl) would endeavor to
uirry out the motto.
The mrcthiK win n lnriro one, nnd sev
oral alining ajioitlioH were made, after
which the follov.injj resolution were
ndopted:
Whcreaa It haa eome lo the knowledge ot
IhlKHooclntlonthatnUemorratnameil Michael
l.jnchhna been appointed ipiartermmi In tha
lirolcttlle auojw al tho Nmr-Ynrd, tlcu Oliver
A. Henumnnl, removed on the in lurtnnt, mid
vv hernial! lathoicnaa of thla naoelillon that
n lieptihllcan MiotlM have heen appointed In
the placo or Mr. lleamnnnl; therefore
Jh ItttrvlNd. That thla nwocUtlon enter 111
ninnt enrnet protmt. In tho name ot tho He
puWIeiin lutrty and Its memnera everywhere,
i-nd (rpeclallr In tho name ot tho menihers of
tbla Faaoclatlos, all of whom me Rood and
xlonch llepuhllcanr, nnd many of whom would
l-c tullr competent to perform Ihe dutlea of
the podllon, ncalnat Ihe a aid cppolntmcnt ot n
Drnioerat, which haa been made, to thla re-cmin-lble
poptllon, and petition tho Secretary
i't the Navy to Iminedlilely remove the aalil
Democrat and nppulnt ir competent Itepubllcan
to the place.
Kor tlic position Hie club hiu hclcclcl n
lnnti wlio pr Indorsed bythoCoiiKtusslonnl
delegation, hut ho far lie Inw failed of ai
pointmeiit. Tliey do not propone to cl o
up tlic light, however, and will continito
to work for l-yneh'B removal,
Tlic following olllrers of tliu club wore
flcdcd: Tiioraaal). IJond, president; I'd
ward 'orest, vlce-prcaldont ; Adolpli Van
Iteutli, retordiiiK cecretarv; Jouepli
Trainor, corrcspondlnp; sccrefarv; Jnmes
A. 'McCaulcy, treasurer; ll. Main,
financial secretary, nurt C, 71. 71artJ(cher,
sergeant-nl-anus. The followlni; cxccu
livo coiriniiltco wtts elected: l'irst district,
Thomat Kills; second district, James A.
iMcCaulcy; tliinl district, 0. II. Italnoy;
fourth district, John I. Uowit; llftli dis
trict, T, O. I'ortcr j sixth district, J, Camin
bell.
oniciia :icttiit.
The following olllccrs were elected at
inceliuirs held last nlcht:
Kit Carson Post, No. 2, Department of
the Potomac: Commander, John I'. Ith
lop; henior vlce-commauder, tienrgo IT.
Klayuaticii; junior vicc-coinmandcr, AVil
ltnm If. IltilLliinson; rjunrtermxstcr,
.lames W. WiBncr; vureon, J, J. Purmanj
( hnplnin K. C. Htcent; ollicor of tho day,
AVilllamJI. rus;ofllcorortheir.uard,K.A.
AViWi; rcpreicntativos lo the Department
Tncainpmout. William II. Hutcliinson,
AW II. Fus, ll.C. Stawns, William lllas
land, T. K. Clifton, T. II. Turnbull. J. S.
tiuniMin, F. If. Mooers, T. J. Ihirroll, J. J.
l'urruan, O, If. Ullcbridce, (1. W. Mci:i-fri"-h,
John JoUnwm, J, K. lloHner, 0. ',.
Dicniar, Frank YiriiMcin, P. U. ICodier, .1,
V. Ilawlcj', II. C. DarniKh, O. K. Davis;
alternates, V. II. Stewart, K. A. Welsh, M.
.1. route, J, 0. (lornian, V, 11. Pratt,
Jtlclinrd llcnnclt, II. II. lhcner, J. O,
jManKin, ll. A. Uakcr, Patriuk Ciirtiu. W.
It. Clcmmcr, 11. H. Pike, J. It. Urownlow,
., M. l'mory, J. JI. Kronso, II. l Ilayilou,
It. Willis .1. 11. Carter, O. II. IIuocr and
Anion Ilaldwin.
Phil Sheridan Post, No. 11; Post Ciim
inundcr, T. 1). Ycjger; seniou vicc-com-mnmlcr,
W. W. Fierce; junior ieo com
mander, K. C. Spofford: MirKonn, J. 1!,
J laves; chaplain, Allen 1', 1'ratlier; ollleer
of the day, U. W. llouney; otllcer of tlio
ttuard, J. 0. Toy; quartermaster, S. C.
Jtohb; delegates to Deimrtmont Kncann
mciit, P, r. Itnhb iiiuf U.K. Ilurton; al
temnlcK, T. K. McCracken ami ll. J,
Crouch.
Capital Council, lloyal Arcanum: C,
II. Vos. regent; K, A. Schwartz, vice
recent; II, Hirscii, orator; I. fians,
guide; ltcv. U. Stern, chaiilaln; Jf. 1'rlce,
lecording secretary; A. liriinn, colleelor;
.1. Urcck, treasurer; S. Kaufmun, warden,
nnd C, Hcilburn, secretary.
Woman's Relief Cohm, auxiliary to John
A. Logan Pot), 0. A, It.; Preslclent, Mrs.
AY. II. Peck; senior vice-president, Mn.
James II. Dotty; Junior vice-president,
Mis, W. II. Tew; chaplain, Mrs. Dr. K.A.
tiriint: treasurer, Mrs. C. II. rimith; secre
tary. Miss Carrie Ktzlcr: conductor, Mrs.
C. V, King, anil guard, Mrs. M. Simpson,
Attend the reduction !alo of SulU and
Overcoats. Kfccman Uros., 7tii mid K.
llie (Vnteiiniy of Ilia l'atent Syxtcm.
In tlio rooms of tlio Hoard of Tradoa
meeting of tho executive committee of tlio
Association of Inventors and Manufactur
us was held last night for tho purposo of
discutsliig arrangements for tlio proposed
nutl'itwl pntent congress, to bo held in this
lly in April next.
llio llrst buslncHs transacted was tlio
(iinplct'on of a naliounl ronnnittco of hv
Midi rs and manufacturers of patented
id tides to cooperate -itli a local commit
tee end atrango a programme. This pro
L,rHnmiewill bo arranged and brought up
lindoptionat a public meeting to lie held
ii.t mi nth. Tho meeting nnd its work
w tut entirely Bidijfactory to the committco,
Tiy llcrkcley,
I'lncil for :tnlnn nn Uiillreinioil 11 r.
l'.oop t Koppcr, tho projirietors of tlio
tilobe Ilicatrc, were tried j eslerday uftor
noon on ii charge of running au unli
tensed bur. Olliccrs Sutton and (Mover
testified lo having obtained beer in tho
IiHr-rnnin under tho theator between tho
1st Mini tho 18th of November, also to
having cecii others obtain drinks in tho
place Tho rase, as Jar .as It applied to
Mr, I'oop, was dismissed, but u lino of
ilft" was-impd-ed on Mr. Nopjvr. Ho
was thn man, Mr. Jiooii tiMllisd, who had
the rutin1 (ontroi of tlio binlncsi down
ttuirs.
JlttUeloy is pure.
A Orent ARKrpi;utIiiii,
If yon don't see what yir.i want nt tho
I'rtlirs lloyal ask for it. And tlio onlv
rcanit vhy you should not boo it h
that thero Is mi much there to lio
wen. Never was n creutur stock of
poods offotedliinppriMi.itive holiday alui-
., .uirv.9 ,l UK llltll,li.V, 1,1411 1111 JF11V.U1, ,
arid to-day 10 per tent, off tlio prices of u l
Vlll I111V-. ,U !'111-U-IUI( , UrJUIUCO, 11.111.
I'hlldrrn'tt coats, oic.
Jlerkeley pure tyo wliisky.
AiitlKopnlngirnl Society.
The Anlliroj-Kiiopiral Society will hold
Irs iceular meeting next Tuesday Jijght in
the iirsbiubly hall of tho Cosmos Club,
corner Madison Place and II street. Dr.
Hi beit Fletcher will delior a Irvturo on
'The Yigorpnd IixprcHshcuewi of Older
i:iifiUh.A
l t'cr gallon, f 1 per n,iiiirt, Sic. a pint.
McetlUK of Colored Molillora.
A meeting of the colored soldiers of tlio
late war Will be held ut tho .Metropolitan
A- M, V Churrli on Wednesday nlclit
next. A jvirttait of Colonel Shuw will Ih
presented to Shaw Commiiiid by Uohvrt
. (.oniuiiiim ii v iioouri.
uofthesimw family.
ii. t iireu on Dciinu or inennnw lamtiy
l,.. t1 tu fn. iltn ,i fP.i ilii.ii. 1iln
A,.v, .,'. It,,) I.JIVr ll'll'ttllll.!, DVJ11,
rd wlioleifi'iiilly, iitTcol', l'euiisylvanU
titetmc.
Tli(iri,8tiJ FfitreslMthttcst.
roll A XKW llAIhKOAIt.
C'liniiiilasloiiera ITtKt'd lo Art Viivorultly
oti ii I'cihIImu; lllriisiirr
JCx-t'dngres'innti Arclilbuld M. UIIm,
(loveniordeorger' lloiitwelliindox-Mnyor
James (I. llertet of llic Kast nnd W'cwl
AVashlngton Trnctlnn ltollwny Company
nnd Mr, M. I. Weller, reprcsenliiig llic
i:nt Wnhliigloh dtlrens' Association,
and Mr, 11. A. Linger of AnacoMla had n
fonferciico nt '! ocIikIc yesterday idler
noon with tho Commlsaloncp relative tu
the framing of such n bill as tho Commis
sioners would report favorably.
A bill for tlio Incorporation of Ibis com
pany is now before Congress and hnl been
lor a year. The bill prdfiues for thermite
nf the road as follows! Uroni Anacoitla
luroitho i;lern llranoli Itridgc, along"
Pennsylvania nu'iino to Klghtli street,
along Klghlh street to N'ortli Carolina ave
nue lo Fourth, to C Mvuthcmt, in (larlleld
Iiuie, tu It Mdithwesl, to Third, lo SIN
sotrl iivenue, to Sixth, to Ctmrtliwest, to
Maiket Space, to r.lglitii, lo I) and to
Klcvinth and (I lioithwcst Tlio route
fr.m Kleventh unci (I l)as not been tie-t-nnimsl
u)m.
'll.p rompnuv also wants to have n
Iinneh rout, commendng nt Unijunction
of Klcwntli street nnd Pennsylvania avc
in csoiithearl, along Eleventh to Lincoln
Park, to Mns-pehnsells nvenue, to II
(tied, tu New Jersey avenue, to Indiana
mid Louisiana n chuck, mid llicuce lo
Markit Hpuee, joining tho niidn road.
Mr. llli's said that the company was
willing tocliajipo tint mute of tho road,
providing' that tho one object of tmltlnjr
the eastern and northwestern SHcthjtH of
tho city Is kept In vluw. Ho was .inxlou
that n charter should he granted its soon
as possible, nnd said that ho would bo
willing to give bond Dint the road will be'
built in sit months after the charter was
grnntul. Messrs. Weller and Linger both
indorsed the bill. The Commissioners re
nuoted Mr. llllm lo trace out tlio line of
Die proiocd road on a map of the cltv,
which lie did.
llrlil for tliQ (Iruml Jury.
Kdgar N. Asli nnd William V. Uyan
wcra tried before Judge Miller yesterday
afternoon, tlio former for setting up and
maintaining gaining tables and the latter
for permitting gaming on his premises.
Tho toveninient and defendants had
about thirty witnesses summoned besides
these found In tho place on Twelfth street
when it was raided last Satuidiiy night.
The plnco Is known ns tlic Union Social
Club.
Judge Miller placed Ash under n bond Of
tZQO for apjwaranco before the grand Jury
after listening to tho testimony of lour
witnesses, who admitted that they had
played cards thero as members of the
club.
AVhen Ryan's caso was called his attor
ney, Thomas Field, urged that It be. con
tinued indcllnltcly.or until after Mr. Ash's
ensa had been disposed of by the grand
jury. Dlstricl-Atlorncy Mulowney ob
jected decidedly to on Indefinite continu
ance, but contented that tho hearing
should go over until next week.
l'nr tlio Football Climnplonalilp,
At Capitol Park this afternoon the foot
ball championship of tho District will bo
decided in a game between tho Kendalls
nnd Columbins.
Tho indications are that it will be a great
game, the men being in lino condition and
each team determined to win. .Mr, C. H.
IJoynlon of tliet', A, C. lias been selected
as referee, and Mr. Lindsay Dcnnison of
the Columbian University umpire.
Tho following arc tlio teams:
KcMtrll. Vt. Wt. I'. A. (1.
1!ctind..i., ..HO Ulght end ISO Wcl.h
llnl)tiiird..,.l Ilb.'ht tackle 1T0 Wella
llroucht UOJIIcht guard 173 Lewis
llrnvvn lft (Vntro l!Hi Wade
Divine Hill LertKiinrd llin Ilanlcr
To v lor, cap(.,l!f.'i Lett tackle UiTt Ilrnc
lilvcs Ii:. Left end lrtl Uarnard
llcadell IH) Quarter back 110 Kmerr
Stewart i:i) llnlf bilk 1M Mtaylnr
l(nn 1M) Halfback l.V)...I)urrmiliH
CMono ljj Fullback ItS.IIuttervvorth
Ihncnvery large lino or harnc.atid
blankets at my place, corner of Tenth and
Ciitreots northwest. S. D, Houck. Cash
paid for second-hand harness.
i
(.'filiations Hliopplutr
Tho crowds of p'eopio on V street intent
uiHin the delights and pcrplexllles of
Christmus tliopjiing uiako a steady and
stroni' Mjeam into and out of AYoodvvard
it Lfitliroji's big .store. And It is not only
shoppers who go, but siglit-secrs, for the
sights of that great shop nro well worth
seeing. Tliemanagemcut of it Is as big n
thing as tho government of n small prin
cipality. The establishment started on n
large plan, but successlo enlargements
have been necessary to accommodate the
rapidly Increasing business. Ilccently tho
building has been enlarged by mi "I'
into Tenth street. Among tho attractions
to sight-tcers this year is an art gallery,
where some magnificent laintings ure on
exhibition. Kacli of tho half-acre lloors
contains n display of goods which would
itself furnish a splendid establishment.
Siiltnnnd Overcoats reduced to ?11.85,
Klscmuu Jlri-is., 7th and l'
Trouble In thn Cluiirlu
There lias been another eruption among
the members of tho Slilloh Colored Hap
tlst Church, and an effort was mndo this
morning tolinvo tho mutter settled In tho
l'olico Court, Last night thirteen of tho
members of tlio church held n meeting
with closed doors for thopurpo'so of elect
ing new oilicers. Special Ollleer Ilrockcn
borough was stationed at tho church door
with institutions to let no one in the
chtiiih. lMwurd Odiiu, n colored mail
who belonged to tho church, wanted to
get Into tho meeting, but tho ofllcer put
him off of tliostcpsnndthon arrested him,
Judge Miller said that ho did not hnva
tlmu to settle chinch diflicultics and dis
missed lliu case.
Aver's
hwh iff stmt
SarsaparSSia
The Best
Blood Medicine
So say Leading l'hyalclans
anil IJnioilBts, anil their opin
ion In indorsed by thousands
cured by It of Scrofula, Ec
zema, Jirysipelaa, and other
diseases of the blood.
"Ayei's SarsaparllU liai won It3 repu
tation by years oT vaUublo servile to the
community. It Hit Utl." M. S. Lanf,
)rucKKI,'Jl2 Mcrilinack St., Lowell, Mass.
Dr. W. P. Wright, 1'nvv Paw Ford, Tcnn.,
saysi "In my practice, I Invariably pre
scribe Ayer's Barsaparllla for chronic dis
eases o( tho blood."
Dr. It. It. Ilojlo, Third and Oxford sts
Philadelphia, Pa., w rites i "For two ytars
I have prescribed Ayer's Sarsjparllla In
numerous Instances, and I And It highly
efficacious In tlio treatment of all disorders
uf tho blood."
L. M. ltoblnson, rimrniacbt, Sablna, O.,
certltles: "Ayer's Sarsaparllla has aluajs
been a great seller. Jly customers think
thero I no llood-pui iflcr equal to It."
"For many years I was afflicted with
scrofulous miming noics, which, at last be
came so bad the doctors advised amputating
olio of my legs to save my life. I bcg.ui
tnkluc Ayer's Barsaparllln nnd toon saw an
Improvement. Alter using about two dozen
bottles tho sores w era healed. I coutluuo to
tnko a few bottles of this medlclno each
year, for my blood, aud am no longer trou
bled witli sores, I have tried other reputed
blood-pmlflers, hut none does bo much good
as Ayei's 8ursaparllta."-D, A. ltoblnson,
Neal, Kansas.
Don't full to get
, ...
, Ayer s Sarsapanlla
rnicineo ny t ,
DR. J. C, AVER & CO., LoweH, Mass.
BoldbyDrucgl.U. tl,.li5. Woiih JJaUllte.
A CATALOGUE
or
100,000 ARTICLES
BUITABLE P Oil
Christmas
Preseiitis.
'r?Thc Palais Hold's Cntalogue of Holiday GooJii plvca descriptions
s nd price of One Hundred Thousand Artlclrs,whlch, while being extremely
ornamental, are nlo useful. The many little additions that help to brighten
nno'a home are told of, with a thousand nnd one hints to tlioe wishing
Chrlrtinc Present" for Mother or Father, Husband or Wife. Sister or
llrother, the School (llrl or llov, the Nurse or Dally, tho Coachman or
lloiiprmald.
JEP:i?e o, CItLa;3?g-
A Cataloguo mulled Free of Charge to any addrcs. The many Illustra
tions make, n selection easv to those who, living out of town, would order
by mall. The qualities offered at tho prlcca nro Indirectly told of on tho first
page ot the Catalogue. Hero It 1:
-AJST OIPIEIET XjE3TTEI
TWELFTH ST. AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE.
WashlngtonD. O.
MADAM OR SIR:
Thirteen yeara ago wo inaugurated what has slnco revolu
tionized tho rotall trado of Washington a cash business. Popu
lar prices woro thou unknown hero, and oven to-day thoro is not
ono of our leading competitors whoso business is not largely
orcdlt. Do'you properly appreciate 'the advantages of our cash
business ? In buying, wo command extra dlsoounts. In soiling,
eraallcr profits than possible with tho credit morohants. That
this is true may be demonstrated in a thousand instances, and
especially in regard to tho best grades of goods, for you will find
that tho credit merchants generally raako good tho losses insepa
rable from tholr business by
Extra Profits on the CtOOuS Not Easily ValiM liy Yon,
Wo would not depreciate our brother morohants, whose Crodlfc
business fill a necessary want. Wo only ask them to "render unto
Cccsar tho things that aro Orosar's." Tho cash business is ours,
tho credit business theirs. To you who pay promptly wo ask: Is
it just that you should suffer .because of tholosao3 and-extra ox
peneo attending a credit business ? Ib ltrwiso or necessary, whon
wo offer price inducements tho credit morohants cannot grant,
oven if thoy would.
Respectfully yours,
The Palais Royal,
ESPECIALLY INTERESTING'
We Will Place on Our Counters MONDAY MORNING
250 DOZEN
Foster Patent
In 'All tho Desirable Shades, Such as Tans,
Browns, Modes, and Grays and Blacks.
Five-Hook for 85 c. Eegular Value, $1 .25
Seven-Hook for $1. Begular Value, $1.50
This is an opportunity seldom
equaled to buy Kid Gloves just at the
approach of the Holidays way below
regular prices.
Our Purpose in doing this is to
draw you here MONDAY. Will you
be one of those to take advantage of
this opportunity ?
Five-Hook, 85c.
Seven-Hook, $1.
ON SALB
MONDAY MORE"IN:aAT..,8:30.
v , "r -Storo
OponBvoniuffo,Uutll After Olirlstraao.
i v
Lansburgh & Bro.,
420, 422, 424, 426.S6vonth!Bt. N. W.
FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE.
Kid Gloves
BEO - INNI NG
Our !!.
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(lie loitic"''!' Ixtmicn ( MIkt ustluiii
nltli IhHr lUiiivtln irmlmta, tli My
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fiimnilnUil I it nun, tlir liaiipsr of
Atnrrlra wniilil W ilitlliwlt In rlrl In
Itlorjr. ltimiiBTriT H,
Tito Great Manufacturers' 8ta
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Fiue Tailor-Mate ClolMigi
Ojifnfd atOoVloik lo-dnr.
COHNKIt NINTH AX1 U ttTlllIKT S. W.
(Illle llulldlng
nit nlllronllnnr nntllTrrjrilnlljr' world It,
.pnld. Ilrar In tnlnit: Kltlil; thrM" thoaianl
ilollnm' woith ot ttir Klnit ClnlMnj Ktrr
Mmle inimt im.lllvflr lw nuM. It will lr JM
In romr a iitinilrrit mllm to nltentt lull rroa
dcrfut MCtlllrf me. Kvrrr etnnrnt ginnn.
Iccil im rrirf fiilr(l or inonrj ittunittit. Don't
vvnlt. (,'uinft nt iinre.
JtrnV tjulltcil Kitln-tlnnl nmronK 1ftU.
tch' All-wool lIU(k('hvl(itKnll,J1.TS.
Mfn'n l'ur llcHrrr OvcrruiK, fi rrjulir
prlcr, $14.
Men rnncr CMlinrrf Hnll, KSTiworlli
Jll.W.
Mrn'n l'lne Importrd I)ljnnl Hult, fit;
rrpilar price, ft).
. Men's llojrtl Hlanrtiinl KcrrT OtrtcoiH,
lt.W, wotlliS.
t'nrrV Jlcut EnglUh Kprnfj, MM; tailor
matte; worth ?0U.
Hhctlnnil nnd ttarm Ulttcrt, (S.73; rriihr
ivrlrf, $10.
Men's Tailor-made Cmslmrre Halt, (It; 0
Stylo; wiirth tan.
Alcn'ii Slclton Overtoitu, M.TI; worth M.
Horn' OrMfontu, $.1: rmular price, SCO.
llojs' Cblnchllla, t'l.Tf, rcRulnr price, $3.50.
riojs' Jlrllon, $1.7.1; regular price, $11.
lloja' l'lne Dretn Urercoat, $lJ; worth
$7.M).
Children's Ovcrcontu, W) cent; worth $1 60.
Children's Uxtra I.oiir Cnpti, $1.40; worth
$3.M.
children's Extra Tine Overcoat, fV. vrorth
Jlcn'n Pants, HO cents; regular price, $1.73.
Slen's Pants, $1.83; regular price, fi.
Men's Fine Dress Pants, $1.73; worth M M.
Men's Kxtrn Kme Pants, $1 W; wortli $0.
l,(K0 Pair Children's Knee Pants, Sil cents.
'1 his entire stock selling for one third talae.
Don't stnv nvv ay torlear ot not getting the'o
bargains, but come prepared to buy and lie
convinced that what wo ndvcrtlio nro facta to
vond dispute. Kacli and every article sold pre
cisely ns advertised and at price named.
Corner Klntli and R streets, la the largo
three-story brick bnlldlng.
FRIEDLANDBR.
Eoglstorod Trado Mark,
BERKELEY
Pure Rye Whisky
Jam-yes Tr"b.aa?-p3
818 P Stroot.
lclS-lm
Grand, TJprlglit and Squavo
PIANO -FORTES.
Special Attention ot Purchasers Is In
vited to Our
"XEW AUTISTIC STYLES,"
Finished In Designs ot
"1II011EST DHCOlt.YTIVE AllT."
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Hccond-lland Pianos at All Trices,
Wm. Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Spaoo.
USE CERES,
STEHLINO,
MINNEOLA,
QOLDEN HILL
"H-3LOTJ"R
And you will filwaya havo beautiful
Uroaa, Rolls inct Biscuits.
Wholosalo Depot, Corner First Street
and Indluniv Avonuo.
WM. M, GALT & CO.
PKBSTJ
JIILWAUKEK I1BGR.
BEST
Ott account ot rurlty, Ago and Etrongtb..,
MHDE
From tho Cbolcoat Malt aud IIopj.
Itipeclolly Good
FOR FAMILY USE.
Beneficial for Weak aud Debllltatoil
Persons.
It Invigorate and promotes d'ftoatlon.glr
lug a not mil tone to tho itomaou and thereby
Incroaslng the appetlto.
VTASniNQTON DKANCII,
703-705 lortti Capital St,
Telopbouo 273.
R. S. WIDDICOMBE
Managor.
IPlJlwb
(cEREslp
lCC9iC.?EKm? Kh. W2h
r.ww --
THE POSITIVE CURE.
IK1.Y IIKOTUBI13. CS Warren
A LETTER TO
t$a
(RCOISTIREO
Omoo, 014 IToixartcOxxtli. Stroot 3Srort3a.-wrost.
WAsiltNGTON, D. C,
December 13 1890.
To our friends and patrons we desire to
Stntc that vc arc the sole and exclusive Agents
for tlic celebrated To-Kalou Wines cast of Chicago.
We have no agencies in other cities, and WE
HAVE NO BRANCH OFFICE IN THIS
CITY, these wines being only for sale at
614 Fourteenth' Street Northwest,
where the Agcncyvhas been located for the past
. three years.
To-Kalon Wines have a National reputa
tion. They come from .the vineyard of a wine
grower and producer who, in knowledge and
experience, stands second to none in the State of
California, and who even by his competitors
is ranked among the first in the- benefits aud
services he has rendered the wine industry.
He has received more medals, diplomas
aud premiums for the purity and general excel
lence of his wines and brandies than any other
producer in. America. We believe the public
are convinced of the value and xmrity 0f To
Kalou Wines.
Very respectfully
TO-KALON WINE CO.,
Gi4Fourtoontb Stroot Northwoat.
Gh-AS STOTBS
For Heating Bath Rooms, Bed Room3,
Halls, Libraries, &c.
ALSO HTOVKS FOIt
HATTERS, TAILORS;
CQNFEOTIONERS,
w
G
ASHINGTON
411-413 Tenth,
THE MOMENTUM ENGINE,
MANUFAOTUHKD BY TUB
American Energizer Manufacturing Go.
Zjixnitod,
1410 P STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. O.
Works at Bonnlng's, D. 0.
Tho Snaio Horeo-Powor for Ono-Tonth of tho Goal.
Estinratoa Mrnlsbod for this Enftlno or Momontum EnorgUar, whoraby
partes can use Electricity for Limiting Purposes, UBlmr tholr present boiler
and criBtnp, mnUlnrr tho lltfht cost inoroiy tho nrlco or pultlnsr In iho KnorifUor
nnd Dynamos, without using any moro ruol, und arlvlnif Incroatod rosults
In fco.-eu-jowev for tho stoam ovaporatod.
Infringers Will Be Prosocutocl. ,
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
CHOICE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
Exumlno tho Fltio, Solootod Stook of Ladlos' and
Gouts' Fookotboolcs, Bill Doolcs, Onrtl Oaoa, PurooH,
Shaving and Toilot Oaoos, Oollttr nnd OulT Doxoa, Muaio
Rolls and Writing Tablets.
Tho Largost Lino of Ltullos' and Oonta' Furnlahod
and Unfuvnlshod Satohols and Vnllnoa,
Also a Largo Lino of Trunks and Harness of tho Vory
Best Quality of Goods,
Twenty Per Oent. Discount on Horse Blankets
and Lap Covers.
- WHIPS IN LARGE VARIETY.
KNEESSI'S,
425 Sovouth Stroot, Next Odd-Fellowa' nail,
f
w.-w - vV BiAKQl-ftl
Pi
XMLniMHLP'!
BUHewYor'i. meococU.1
iOe
THE PUBLIC.
!?
TRAOC MARK.)
TINNERS, &c, &o.
ASLIGHT
'OMPANY,
Stroot North vOBt.
TUB
Washington Critic
Uaa Oono Into, Now Hands.
I
It has Put Off tho Old Ways
and has ontorod upon a caroor off
youth and vigor.
' It is No Longer a Political
organ. It is lndopondont In all
things.
It is Now Free to Condemn
whatever Is wrong regardlosaof
party consldoratlou.
It iB Free to Oommend what
ovor is right and in tho public in
terest. Its Stockholder's Listcon-
tains tho namos of soma of tho
most substantial and prominent
business and professional mon
in tho community.
Its Oirculationhas already
'been 'enormously inoreased'Ond
tho increase is still going on with
tho strides of tho sevon-leaguo
boots.
As an Advertising Medium
who oan show a better? It
reaches tho people and there is
whoro advertisements do tho
most good.
Each Day it Contains the
most complete and roliablo summary-of
tho transactions of that
day in tho Departments. It ia
therefore tho paper of all others
for Govorninont omployoos.
Its Army, and Navy News'
comoa from sources whioh insuro
absolute acouraoy.
It is therefore The Paper of
all others for tho Army and
Navy and all thatthoroln is.
It is the Last Paper whioh
goes to press and therefore has
tho latest news.
It is the First Paper which
appoars on tho stroots and IV
thoroforo tho paper tho pooplo
want.
It's Prices are Popular and
thoroforo it Is tho pooplo'o papor.
It ia OnthoSideof the Peo
plo of Washington against all
comers, ovory timo.
Its CorpB of Roporters is
largo; its city nowo is complete,
full and ncourato,
It is Full of Snap and Q03
Blp. It is not Bontontlous nor
prosy.
Bead It Every Day and'seo
if every word In this column, is
not true.
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