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THE WASHINGTON CJUTIC, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 14.. 1889.
WA8IITNGTON CRITIC
OITY StMJCIAIiS.
Don't Ml tlio Opportunity.
Wo will roimln another wonk ns wo liavo
met with unu'twi Low jirlocn lull tlio tnlo
don't mil tli" upiiotliinliy
Uoynu waul tuuuyn mNitakln garment r Do
you wnnt to Imy miy urtlclo In the fur lino? Jf
no. call nt Wlllnrd's llotnt, room 1M Vou
111 tao money. Aiiirut swmi mi,
Mulllinoro'e 1'ionnr rurrlcr.
TlrcAfE Tiiei AnnOBNitiNr !!iioai.
Wo liau "otil quite n number ot lmudoino
neul-skln inirmciiti Wn Imvo till inunilnir ro-
N celved from our Baltimore vntnliiliiiiciit u
Nircch supply- ('"ll nt "wn for hnrmlm. Ai.-
iuitTStosii'MP, Jtoom 1H'2 Wlllnnl's Hotel.
licRlnnlnir to-moirow morning nml extending
throuulioui tlio week I unit ho found lit llootn
3f,!. Wlllurd'a Uoiul, lulcnil of the I'.hhltt
Ioiio. ' AlJIIIIT SlOMltill.
Don HoLT7JiAt linnleuced tho properly 1 112
New York uenue, where holm lltteil up the
prettiest little lmrrooin In WuoliltiKton, find
Mocked It from IJImiui, (loldshoroitKh ,t Co. of
ll.iltltnore. Ho will in.iku u specialty of old
rjo WINou 'Uliliky. Ho Is now opou, tloltu;
luislnrM, but will rIvo hi fornuil opening 'Hum
diiy, lfitliluiliiiit. nt VJ in., when ho will bo clad
tu sco his many friends mid tho public Rcnenilly.
Speelnl Kates lnr Thirty Duju.
Mew. Houghton & Co., tho reliable nnd pop
ular ffiorelumts nt 1218 nnd 1220 1' street
northwest, wlio nro extensive dealers la excel
lent l'urnlture, Carpus nnd (Inn uphoWery:
li numerous other deliillo goods In their
line, nro olTerlnic unprecedented cut nit en In nil
Uepiirtincnti) for tho next till days. Tlio holiday
trado Is about oier, and lnilnc Is tun certain
n.xfeiit depressed, lienvo thM Inducement In tho
prlco of goods In livery department Is offered.
ltmno-rlttlni: IXiibllnliumnt,
Ituddcn's Installment liniisei.contriillylocntod
sitttnt) nud tW'J Seventh stroct northwest, Is tho
blaco tobuy )our hoti'ekueplngoutnts. lie hns
ilioliirget Htoett of Moves, carpets, furniture,
etc., that ho hns over kept, and Is doing an Im
ineno bnslnoss by selling the.n ntcnsh prices on
tho Installment Dhin:etisy weeklj oi monthly pay
monts It Is tlio Host.
Ask for It, Sclilltx's Mllu-aukco Lager llccr,
Cor talo by nil leading houses.
l'or Wiislilngtou Dressed Hoof
CO to John 11. Kellv, stalls (US. (WO and ono
Centro Market anil mm and uus Northern l.lb
rty. Corned beof especially.
"Alilorney Dairy Vngons."
Fresh Aldcrnoy butter, churned every morn
ing nnd ilo'tvercd In ij in "Ward" pilnts. noo.
per Hi, Also cott.igo cheose, buttermilk und
weet milk, fie. per it. Cream, 15c. per pt.
Tlio Teiiiperiuirn Cniiso.
A lnrcc nudletico assembled at Prohibition
Hall lust cvenllijc In tho Interest of the temper
ance cause. Coniradu Anderson, of Post No.
3, made an address, cont rnstiiiLT tlio beauties of
tho "Land of tho Costal Klvcr" with tho
vloom nud Badness of, tho "Land of the lllaclc
valley." Tho jpenker nunouticcd himself as
sue who pledged himself to tntnl nbstluenco
Jn a Jiivcullo society at l years of use, mill
though, slnco then, bo had pasted through
lour ntul n half j ears of war, he had never
broken bis plcdjrc. Othur tpcakeis wero
(Iranil Chief fllnlioney, .Ctiaululu Kramer,
Chief Templar Hillings, Comrade Anderson,
J'llson Matron liusscll anil Chief Templar
loud.
A tempcranco meeting was held last night
iu tho Unity rrcsbjtcjfau Church. After Dr.
i'atcli lind tend a selection fiom tho llllile und
oiTcied up n prayer for tho caiife of temper
unce, anil .Mies Ivy (iiccn had read n poem on
"Tho Well of Hethlehcm," lion. Joseph D.
Taylor of Ohio addressed tho audience.
At tho mcctlucof I'erecveinneo I.odco of
Good Templars on Saturday live, candidates
weio elected to Membership anil un Inleicstlng
programino was presented, l'lnno solos wero
ltmlercd by Sisters Clura lliookileld and Lulu
JlcCrcery, a recitation by Oortrudo 1'awcetl,
leadings by Sisters Saillu Horn and Alma
Hlghy and entertaining remarks by Brothers
Kimball, Kalstrom, I'learnnd I.ro.
AitiuseniuntH.
'IlioMcCaull Opera Co. to-ulghtnt Albaugh's
lu "l.onaluo."
Mrs. Allco J. Shaw, tho whistling prima
donna, at Cougregatloi.nl Cliuiilli this evening.
"Harbor Lights," tho grand spectacular
melodrama, at Harris' llljou to-night.
Vaudeville nt the Globo Theatro to-night.
The Irwin lirotlicrs' Dig Show to-night nt
Kenmn's. -
llattla of Shlloh every day fiom 0 a. m. to
11) p. in. i
Tlio Booth and llanett special tialn for
Daltlinoro on Tuesday Slid Friday, will lenvo
11. it 0. station atO:3u p. in. blimp.
Secure your seats In advanco at Kills' mu
sic store for tho Boston Symphony Orchostia's
Concert Friday night.
MlssManoU wuj Indisposed Satuulay night
and Miss Josephine Ktintip took her place as
Iicne lu the "Lady or tho Tiger." 1 lie call
was a sudden ono, but .Miss Kuapp lespoudcd
moit successfully and gavo a veiy pietty
lcndcilug of tho part, both In volcu nud act
ing. Hun, O. S. Slnglotoii's ruuuriil.
Ftiuciul services over tho I cumins of the late
er-Ueprcsentatlvo Singleton weic held yester
day afternoon at 3 o'clock In tho preEcnco of
friends and relatives at the late residence of the
deceased, WiO Fifteenth ettcot northwest. Tho
exercises wero conducted by tho llev. Dr.
Mllburu, chaplain of tho Iloiisu of llcpicsen
tntlves, after which tlio remains were encorted
to tho Baltlmoro am) l'otomac depot, tho. Mis
blssippl delegation in Congress acting as pall
bearers. 'I bo body was accompanied to Can
ton, Miss., by Ills daughter. Miss Junius
Smith, nnd her husband and .Mr. Madison M.
Janc, au Intlmato friend, to bo Interred lu tho
family burying ground there.
- - i
Kutiirnof thu Virginian,
Tho Mationo delegation, representing tlio
various Virginia Congressional distiicts, re
turned to this city last night ftomludlnnapolls,
where they called on General Harrison lu be
half of General Malione. One of tho delegates
said that tbo delegation lud iioj returned dis
appointed. The,) wero pleased with tlio vltlt,
and believe that It w 111 bo Instrumental lu
dolug much good for Virginia, even It General
Mahono did not get a Cabinet place.
A Coitrno of Popular Lecture.
A course of ten popular lectures of Social
Science and Kconomtc History has been ur
raDged bv tlio Young Men's Christian Associa
tion, to bo delivered at Association Hall, 1409
Now York nvenuo, every Saturday evening
from January 10 to March ".! at B o'clock.
Professor Hubert H. Adams nnd Professor
Klchaid T. ICIy of Johns Hopkins University,
Baltimore; Ur. S. V, Diko of Massachusetts
and Hon, Carroll U. Wright of Washington
arc among tho lecturers.
Pbokessoh Cook's Balm of Ufa will euro
all skin aud sculp diseased.
Overcoats reduced to 80.00, lilsemnn's, 7th &K.
Absolutely Pwe.
This powder nuver i arh Anisnol of purity,
trcmrth and w holimou oiioxk. .Moi o i-i oiionilcul
than (bo ordluiiry klmH und cannot he sold hi
rnmpctlou with tlio multitude of low-lost,
short wiliiht nlum or phospli.ui powders biM
only iu milt
UOVAI. DUUNlil'OW PKU CO.,
100 Wall Btieet.Now iuik.
ikv f DnVAl bkino !G
STKAM UMtiWAY Itm'TilS-
Tho Holiillon ur Dm I'nililMii by tlio Ilnst
WilslilliRtnn AMiielntlou.
At tlio hearing on tlio itumn railroad
question on Thursday last before tlio
subcommittee of tho Senate Committee
on tlio District Senators Kmwcll ntul
Faulkner asked that n bill embodying
tho recommendation of Dr. V,. 51. Ciat
lnudct nbd n stiitciiient of facts In Its ho
half bo prepared nud submitted to them
nt ouco by tho commltteo who nnpearod
In bclml'f of i:.wt AVaMilngton. Tho
plan that Impressed tho commltteo
most favorably wiw thnt natuod by Dr.
'. 5L (lallaudot, and it.M adoption wmh
strongly urged by 5Ir, 1,. (,'liappol nnd
othcrH lcpioicnllug tho Kust U'liHhlngtoii
Association as meeting tho .vlshcs of a
great majority of the people of thuuoith
eaatcrn section of tho eily.
Tho plan 1 to vncuto tho traclis of tho
main stem south of n point near Ivy
City and to build a now lateral lino theru
fiom wcstwardly connecting tho tracks
of tho 5Ictiopolltati lirnnch. An easy
and iuexpenslNo routu for this connec
tion wns siirvoyi'd by tho railroad com
pany Hovcrnl yeais ngo. Agreeably to
tho reqtic.it of thu Senate Committee tho
committee of tho East Washington As
sociation hai prepared and submitted a
bill embodying tho plan as well as a
abort statement of reasons for Its ac
ceptance by tho railroad company for
Immediate action thereon by Congress.
The bill aud statement of reasons ns sub
mitted nro given below.
'A Bill to Amend (ho Charter of tho Haiti-
mote A Ohio linllroad Company and for
Other Purposes.
"lie it enacted, etc., That tlio Baltlmoio it
Ohio ltallroad Company Is hereby authorized
and acquired within two cars fiom tho date
of tho passage of this bill to construct a line of
tracks from tho main stem of said company,
beginning at somo point north of Ivy City sta
tion and running westeily, and to connect tlio
same with tho picscnt tracks of tlio Metropoli
tan Branch roud of said company at a point
north of the proposed station on tho tract
known ns I'cktugtoutnnd from tbo time of the
completion of said tracks and their connec
tion with (he tucks of tho said Mctiopolltan
Branch, all of said coiup.iu)'s cars aud engines
shnll pass thcicon to und from tbo depot on
New Jersey avenue; and wltliln threo mouths
from tho completion of said connection said
company shall remove all tracks of tho main
stem from tho point of junction herein author
ized to their present junction with tho tracks
of tho Mctiopolitau Branch on First Bti eot
cast, and no tiacksot said company shall
thereafter bo permitted to icinaln east of said
First sheet within the limits of tho city unless
for temporary warehohse purposes In thodlsci e
tlonuf tlioCominlsslonersot tho Dlsti let of Col
umbia. '1 lie object of this bill Is to ecciiic one ap
proach nnd departuro for all tho company's
cms over tho tracks of the Metropolitan
Branch from said point of junction, and to ic
move from the eastern portion of tho city of
Washington thu tiacks of tho m.ilu stem of
said comp.iuv, for which said purposo said
company Is hereby aiilhoiUed to securo tho
necessary light of way bv condemnation ns
now provided for lu tlio act" of Const ess under
w lilch said company was permitted to eider tho
District of Columbia nnd tho city of Washing
ton. Tlio following aio a few reasons lu bo
half of the proposed bill:
It will removo from tho eastern portion of
tho city of Washington those tracks which
have Interfered inoM. with Its development
nnd Iinpiovcinont. Aslorg ns this pat t of tho
main stem Is used It will he Impossible to'
properly Improve ordovelop any of tho streets
near It, Inasmuch as the conformity of tlio
giotind Is such that tuo tiacks will either bo
so lar above or so far below tlio established
glades of tho streets a to miiko this abso
lutely Impracticable, lcsultltlg In constant lr
lltatlon and agitation.
Tlio plan Is a paitl.il solution of tho rail
road problem 60 far as Xortheast Washington
Is concerned. It Is admitted that tbo railroad
has rights which even tho courts uud Congiess
nro bound to respect, and the bill is oflcred by
thosowho, while sulTeiing fiom tho Itijutlos
resulting 'from tho railroad's Illegal occupation
and obstruction of streets, recognize tho fact
that rallioadsaie n m cosily, and, as reason
ablo and icnsonlug men, thiy appeal not only
to Cougrcsi hut to tho II. it O. K It. tjif.
itself. Tho tracks pi oposed to bo removed aio
shown to bo unneeissaiy after tho'jlproposcd
connection Is made'. 6 '
The plan can bo adopted at ouco nud
carded into olfect ht a very small cost.
It will enable tho B. . 0. H. II. Company
to sell tbo laud occupied by Its main stem
Hue within the limits of the city as soon as
they aio vacated, from twhlch enough can bo
secured to pay scveyd' times tho cost of tho
ptoposcd connection.
It will lemovu tho most dangcious crossings
In tho city and result in gieat saving to llfo
aud limb, as well as of expense to the
company. '
It will icraovo that uiuiderotis trap known
as the "Y," where so many havo been killed
and lnjuietl.
.It will in no way luteifeio with any futuro
disposition of Its Uacks as may be determined
upon by Congress.
Tllilip'x nleilicill Onoils. ,
There Is no dealer in liquors uud wines who
Is better and mote favorably known In tho
community than our fellow townsman, Mr.
Jamos'Thaip, at 818 V stieet, for tho purity of
tho goods lie handles, tho excellence of bis
old rj o Berkley whisky. No one who has used
It doubts Its superior qualltlis.
When a girl slams tho front door Inn
suitor's fneo sho has certainly been guilty of
contempt of court. Danville Breeze.
Pants to order, S l.oO. Ulseman's, 7th & 1',
dii:d.
SOHUI.TKIS. Athls latorcxidenco. Ko.80!) I
stieet northwest, on Monday, .lumtniy 1 1, IBM),
at 7 o'clock a. m., ufier n llngoring llliu-s", Her
man J., d, holoiod husband of .Murgiietha
bthulteK aged 7- jears.
l'utieiulfnim St. Murj's Ohtirch, Fifth street,
between J und II streets nuithwest, with re
quiem mass, ou WrUnisduy, January 10, at I)
o'clock a. in. Itclutlrus and filt-mls die respect
fully Invited to intend.
Impoiited Satekns And Ginghams
SBATON l'intltY.
(successor to Perry & Hro.) l
HAH NOW OI'I'.N HIS IHIIIiOT IMPORTATION
oimtnkmtpki'.xcii bA'raiNs in hxci.u-
hIVK miMON'S. MAW! TO KXl'M'.VjOltUint
ItY KOhUllUX. HAU.MUAHTNKIt A: CO..
01IOS, ItOMAN .1 CO. AND UOLLffVH, illUli
&. CO. FOIl Ml'lUNU 1880.
"Ml'llC'l Al. IMl'OUTATION" OF SCOTCH OIN'O
HAMS, :i(IINCHi:S WIDB, AT 'Alu A YAKU,
.maw: uv h. a whytlaw, so.v ,v to. oi-'
UIjAMIOW.
"KOVHl.TlKS" IN ANIli:ilSON'.M .TJ INC'IIUS
Willi: ht'OTOH ZBl'HYU CI.OTHb AT 10c.
"Ni:W DKSlONs" IN I'HINTHI) AI,I.-WOOL
1'ltKNOll OHAf.Ua AND FLANNUhS.
NBW HlllTISH AND PltUNCH WHITE QOODN.
nfav prnu un"i:n dam si; tahi.u cloths,
AM. WIDl'llh AND I.KNOTIlh. WITH NAP
KINS, Al.li SiIZEs, TO MATCH, .MAW! IIY
JOHN h. 11IIUWN Ai hONS, BEU'AST, IltE
LAND.
"EXTIIA INDUCISMKNTS" IN 1IIISII AND
DI-.It.MAN TAUI.i: l.INI'.NS, NAPKINS, JJOY
LI US AND TltAY fl.OTHh.
"sl'I'.OlAI. DAHCiAINH" IN I'UHl: I.INHN
HUOK TOWlij. ATlUWc, '.'Oo AM) Mo.
NKW BELGIAN 11EI) LINENS, ALL WIDTHS.
bl'PIJHIl hTOCIC OF LYON'b hILKS, VELVETS
ANDl'I.USllliS IN ALL SHADES AT "LOW
J'.sT 1'ItICI.S."
NOVELTIES IN EVENING GAUZES, CHEPES
ILI.UhlONS. NEl'S AND .MULLS.
TltnmUhSE KID GLOVES, NEW SILK IIOS
IEIIY. ,
THE "I.OWKST PHICES" ON ALL WINTEH
WitAPb TO CLOSE.
"HI'IIINH lMI'OHTATION" OF INDIA SILKS.
IN 'CONl'lNKUSl'YLlIS'MUbT HECEIVE1).
trSl'IUNQ lMI'OltTATIONS OF ALL-WOOL
I'ltENUll WIKSS 1'AllltlCH AlilllVINU
py-PLAIN FIGL'llES AND COItltECT I'JtICES
. , SEATONPEIlltY ,
Perry Ilullilliig, I'oiiimyUmilu iiventie, eoriicr of
Ninth uli-dot. Entabllahed 18111.
AnOMNEYS-AT-LAW.
pturm.M. CdiuiMJioy,
Attorney-at-Lavv,
llarhour Law llullillru lUtl la. Ave.
WAHIIINUTON, 1). O.
ltenlduiii'u, No. J'Jia 11 at. Norlhwost.
PEERLESS DVES &SMSS
A IjACK OPWATKIt.
Inonnvrnloiicn Suftoroil At tlio Dent nnd
Dumb liiMltiitlon ntKmiilnll Omen,
Tho directors of tho Columbia InstltU'
tlon for tho Deaf and Dumb nt Kendall
Orcen tiro experiencing sonic Inconvetii
enco from lack of wnler supply. A main
was lnld by tho institution on Third find
5f streets Borne years ago, but tho Com
missioners havo reduced tho supply of
water at tlio collcao by allowing property
owners on these streets to tap tlio main.
Tliis was objected to by tho directors,
but tho Commissioners "hold that they
havo tho right to allow a reasonable
number of taps.
President Oallnudcl hns presented to
the Commisslonuisn resolution adopted
by tlio diiectors, setting forth the dllli
cully in seeming h sulllclctit supply of
I'otomao wntor for tho necessary uses of
the institution, aud requesting that they
order tlio removal of till taps nnd connec
tions horotoforo made on tho plpo belong
ing to nnd laid by thu institution,
I'nst Type-Wilting.
Miss Mao Orr nnd Air. Frank McGuriln gavo
an exhibition of their skill In operating tho
Ilemlugtou typewriter nt tho Spcncorlan
Business Collcgo ou Saturday night. Miss
Orr was tho winner of tho gold, nnd Mr. Mc
Gurrln of tho sliver medal, at tho Toronto
speed contest.
Mr. McGurrln In his second trl.il. mndo 05
words In ono minute; ho wroto absolutely cor
rectly tl words hi his third trial and 103) In
his fourth. Miss Orr wroto 01 wouls lu G'i
seconds, 03 In 07 seconds, 103 words In $0 sec
onds and 110 In 73 seconds. Mr. McGurrln
ws then blindfolded and wrote 72 words lu
(M seconds, and 70 words In fit seconds with
out ciror.
Iu transcribing without looking at tlio ma
chine, Mr. McGuirln attained a speed of 85
words a minute. Miss Otr wroto n slnglo lino
of 05 spaces lu S seconds. The matter dictated
to thoo remarkablo typo-wrlters was takon
from tho Washington dally papers, Irom tho
court records and from n metaphysical work,
which lu part accounts for tho variation In
speed. Miss Orr uses her forefingers, wbllo
Mr. McGuirln uses nil of his digits.
The Colonization Society.
Tho American Colonization Society held Its
soventy-sccond annual meeting at tho First
Baptist Church on Thirteenth street last night.
Tbo society was organized seventy-tlireo joars
ago for (ho purposo of transporting tlio colored
raco of this country back to Africa and colon
izing it tbcio. Dm log tlio period of tlmo which
has elapsed slnco tlio foundation of tho society
but 1(1,07(1 persons havo been sent toAfilca.
Tho society Is hopeful, however, of t omo tlmo
accomplishing Its purpose.
At tbo meeting last, night tho annual ad
dress was delivered by Hev. It. Jf, Luther, I).
1)., of Philadelphia. Ho oxplalncd why tho
society still exists nnd said tho work of tho
organization could not cease until tho ener
gies of tho colored raco wero tinned Into tho
channel whero they would do good by tho en
lightenment of Africa. Tho "Daik Conti
nent" has a futuro which will bo doveloped
when tho coloicd race of America returns to
tho country most adapted to It and cairles
civilization and help tu tlio benighted children
of thu juuglo and the forest.
Tlioy Walked, to DnHlmorc.
William Hoover, Frank M. DajhOft,
Thomas Keano and Al. Dorr walked to Balti
more yesterday for a. purse of $25 given by tho
Centro Market butchers. S. C. Blair went
with them on au outsldo bet with DajhofL
Tho loads weio very bad. All of them but
Blair stooped fifty minutes at Lauiol for
dinner. Blair continued ou and mado tho en
tile distance to Mount Wimuis lu seven hours
and llfty-four minutes. DajholT won tho
purse, reaching Baltlmoro eight minutes before
four. Kceno was second nnd Dorr third,
(hough ho lost an hour by sickness. Another
raco Is to bo mado ftom Baltimore here.
A Slncjo Tux I'liviircd.
Another meeting of the Sluglo Tax Lcagun
was held on Saturday evening. Paul T.
Bowen presided aud stated tho objects of tho
society, which wero to secuio tho repeal of all
forms of taxation and tho raising of tho cntlra
amount requited for tho needs of tLo Govern
inula by a.hlnglo tax upon Jand values. lie
was followed by Mr. Hcmmlngwny, Henry
Smith of Wisconsin and others.
Special Sulo or SO. UO Suits.
F.ishman linos., 7th it K,
Maniifuctuilng Clothiers aud Tailors.
Suits reduced to SD.OO. Elsemnn's, 7th & E.
SILK WARP
HENRIETTM
CLOTHS,
NEWEST SHADES AND FINKST QUALITY
At $1 per Yard.
Thcso nro tho Biimo quality that vo havo nl
wayMld tor Sl.fiO. Tho colors are tho Ia(ost
aim thontilsh buperti.
$1.50 Hroudi-lotlii reduced (o SI.
S1.50 Drosi Goods retliirixl to S1.23.
SI. 25 Diets GooiU roduccd to SI.
Special lurealns lu All-wool I Icnrlcttaq nt COo,
All-wool Cliuitdas at (!2io, reduced from 75o.
Finest Fionch Flannels reduced from Sliuto
(loo.
I.Inon Tablo Clnthi and Napkins nt vory low
prices.
Special hargalns In Huck All-llncn Towels at
S3 pur do.
Hosiery nnd Underwear of biipcrlor quality at
tho lowest io"olhlo pilccs.
lllaclc bilk lfoio, thut will not crock, nt $2 per
pair. Tho best koo'Js In tlio murkot.
A Job lot of Chlldien's Hoso nt 23c, reduced
f I om u7Hi and 50c.
Hluck Falllo l'Vuncals and Gros Grain Silks. 25
percent. lest than regular prices. IJlnck and
Colored SIIk VelvetB.
Wo have two pleocs of Extra (iuallty Silk Vol.
voUatS" and SO that cannot bo duplleatod.
Tlieyutothollnest Imported.
Oauzos, Nets aud Illusions ut reduced prices.
ff. M. SEDSTER ft SONS
DID I'l'llllKjHlllilu Aiciiiic.
ANNUAL
-AT
King's Palace.
814 Seventh Street.
GREAT SLAUGHTER
-OF-
MILLINERY,
CHILDREN'S, MISSES' AND LADIES'
CLOHKS.
Don't fail to call and Inspect
the jrreat bargains offered.
Clearing Sale
BShP
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v4ffl onii wflf mSi W.uT fc
mm z wm m mm
titifixi Amit fM ,si uo'tt tmcw'wm
0 s&m?m mMmmKM
f-otf
BtATENu.
For Clllous and M:tvou3 Disorders, such ns Wind
Etffl vttd
WfmlM W m (!ctiw
BfK7nSur
Kirf-krriff uw-ii t'AS iwi v?yTlfc "unrt.
.l,Vir IK K-M) M MTI Jf V L'iiM&
Fulness, and SwclllnnMlcr Meats. Dlztlnett nnd Drowsiness, Cold Chills, Flushings ql lieet, uossoi
Appolllo, Shortness ol Breath, Costlvencs, Scum, Blotehc8,pn tho Skin, Disturbed S cop, Fr flhlful
DrMPS.andnll Nsrvoas nnd Trembling Sensations, 4o. THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE rtELlbf IN
TWCHTY MINUTES. This Is no fiction. Every sufferer liearnestly Invited to tryoue Box of (hcoo
I'llls, nad rie tout boaeltnotcteriffcil to t n JVomlorJ'ul2Ttdteln-"VrotlU mnilnennboT."
HHIiCHAM'S TILLS, (akcu n directed, will quickly reslorafematea (ocomplctc health, l'or a
WEAK STOMACH; IMPAIRED DIGESTION; DISORDERED LIVER;
they MX I.IKE MIQIO: Vu ttosm will work wondcrn upon the Vital Orqanst Slrenalhcnlng
themuscular Stsicmt restoring long-lost Complexion! brlnfrinK back the kon ccno ol nppctlto,
nnd nrousltiu with the riOSEBUD OF HEALTH the uoo phieiml nervy of the human frame.
These ore'
tcci to (ho Nervous olid Debilitated is that DEECHAM'S PILLS HftVfi THE LARQEST SALE TlF ANY
PATENT MEDICINE IN THE WORLD, Full directions with each Dos.
rroparcil only by TtlOS. BfcllSCHAM. fit. Ifolcni, LoncnaUiro, Knglniiil.
Sold Xv J)ruggUta urncrali-j. D. F. ALLEN h CO., 3CS and 3G7 Canal St., New York, Sola
Agents for (he United States, tcho, (If yotir druggist does not keep (hem,)
"WILL HAIL DEECHAM'S PILLS ON RECEIPT OF PRICE 25 CENTS A BOX.
SPECIAL AIIMB
Sack Suits at S9.50
Cutaway Suits, S.1 3
Winter Overcoats,
S9.50.
Fresh Goods, Newest Styles.
ALL GUARANTEED.
931 Pennsylvania Avenue.
AUGUST W. NOACK, President.
1881-1880.
THE SHOOMKKER COMPANY
(fcticccssors to Mioomalior & llertos),
' IMFOUTEKS AND JOllIlllIlS 01'
pine Ulines, Iiiqaos, CiQas, &e.,
Nos. llKll AND 1333 11 STllEUT NOHTHWEST,
Tclophono Call, C17. WASHINGTON, D. 0
Aid- GOODS SOU) AT NKW VOIIK I'HIOKS.
Asiortod Casos of ono dozen Wines, Liquors and Cordials lit dozen prices.
Heaclcxnarters I Gents' Fine Shoes.
l'ui-linlso, JtuiiKuriHiniiil Calf Minn lit hull IHerjono at
GARTJRELL'S, 900 SEVENTH STREET.
SPECIAL
fnm
STORE 1
BY
4
The universal popularity of
our Grand Annual January
Sales becomes more and more
apparent each succeeding
fyday. The departments in
volved are:
Y Unene and Housckeephi!; Goods,
i Dlaiikots, Comforts, Quilts, bluets, oto.
Y bwlss and Nalnsouk l.mbroldorles, .
l! Ladles' Jlilfllii Underwoar,
Y ilen's lliilnundeied Dross hhlrls and
A Jteu's Unlaundered Mlit bhirts.
v , '
We are doing the business
better and better every Janu
ary every day.
AN UMUYALED YARIETY OF $5 BLANKETS.
About a month ago or
longer we indulged in con
siderable talk about Five
dollar Blankets.
Told of Its being tlio popular prlco,
nnd of tho oxeellont vailety w'u weto
showing ut that tlmo. A short tlmo after
waul, owing tii tho spirited demand, wo
wcru lrtiinlly o'h'iinvil out of thorn. Our
buyer has been into tho wholesale mur
kot and wo nro again stocked up. lie
found tho inanufactuitrs anxious to sell,
und cloicd out a numlkr of small lots
considerably uiiilur pi leu: so to-day wo
offerouuot only a larpcr lunoitincnt
irom which to select, but wo offer you
hotter mines than oer before. Wo hao
lllled one ot our 11th st. windows full.
Sizes and prices mean very
little on paper, so we merely
give the variety, and ask that
you inspect the stock at an
early day. pleven kinds,
l-r.lbll-l Whlto All-wool niankots, $.".
li-.'iWIli 11 I While All-wool IllunkoiB. 35.
ii-OW Hi 11-1 Whltu Cotton-iiiu o il. S3.
-l-il lb 11-1 dray All-wool llluimuls, S5.
- n lb 11 I ftc.irla All-wool lllnnkot., S.'i,
(1-H lit 11-1 ht'ttilqt All-wool lllanketH. s.n.
7--R lb ll-l All w.iol 1'lald lllankois, S3.
8-fiWlh UI- All-lMiol hcailet llhuiki'ti, 35.
ll-,-i lb 10 1 All Wool Whltu llhiukots. -6.
l)-ft III ltl-l All-wu. 1 White, extiu, 80,
" J1-7I4 lb 12-1 Whlto Cuttou-.in t-Wool, SB.
This latter Is tho largest nnd heaviest Blan
ket ocr sold nl $a a pair.
Of course we have cheaper
Blankets, and we also have
them as high as $18 per pair
Don't buy a Blanket until you
have looked through this
stock,
(I'oiti th floor; ear,)
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
Corner 11th and FSlrcuU N.W.
;ws"
' p 5p - -t
H
EFFEcniai
J&Zi-
A "1 A
GUINEA
BOX
and Pain In tho Stomach. Sick llcad.uho, Giddiness,
haaIhI ii niul Aak aT ! I.At miinH.
fn
JLt
Pants to Order, $5.
Former Prices, sJO.50, $7.50 nnd $8.
Pants to Order $7.50.
Former 1'rlccs, $0, $10 nnd 11.
Pants to Order, $ i O
Former Trices, 512.50, $14, $1G nnd 10.
CUT BY MR. CRANSTON.
FRANCIS ClArtUCKS, Secretary,
KHtiihlUlii-il 1H30.
I F, ELLIS k CO
I!
937 Pennsylvania avenue,
N13AR 10TII STREET.
The oldest and largest
Music House in the city,
offers extraordinary
BARGAINS
in good second hand
Square
Now in stock and will be
sold at a sacrifice
'anil Other
Square Pianos.
Mason 6 Hamlin, Estey and
Other Organs,
Please REMEMBER we
are overcrowded and
need the room and there
fore for the. next thirty
days will work off our
second hand instruments
for what they will bring!
We will' sell on easy
monthly payments or at a
big discount for cash.
JOHNF.ELLIS&CO;,
937 Pennsylvania avenue,
Near lOlh street.
in Huu A Iff I 1 I I
KM iHH M Iff U 1 B V
alA wl D fill O Iri Mr
H fil I j n h Vk n
flu IflfllliiflfldBfl
JakJBk Air .B iBi AJft trmma ffwJB JSL.VL
Wo illttmlnnlo .Inminry, 1889, with ono
of tlio Qraiuicst llcmtmiit Sales, which
could bo produced by innu.
"Wo aio tho Pioneers of Remnants;
how miuiy lmitntors nro thcro now?
Lopk back eight years, about tho tlmo
wo stnrled this great scheme, and you
will not And an advertisement mention
ing tho word, now look at tho paper,
ovorybody lias remnant sales from a Dry
Goods Stoio down to a Junk Shop.
AVo htivo mill contracts, which no
House In tho District can get, no matter
how many stories lilgh or how many
acres broftil.
OUR INVENTORY STOCK.
1 lot of odds and ends, 2c. This Includes
nun's vetlliiCi white goods, lawns, etc.
1 lot of Prints, Navy Blue, mourning, etc.,
33 c.
1 lot of Satins, Cnslimcro, Cllnghnms ntul
Challls, Oc. Thcso couds sold as high ns lGc
(Tjcoon Hep and Cashmero, Oc.)
i Mclit Tcrcalo Batms and Bleached Cot
ton, UJc.
NOW
comes tho now goods, and It Is a pleasure to
sco tho elegant assortment
!t Cases of Cotton Challls, select styles, OJc.
2 Cases of Chamhray, 5je.
1 Caso of Cheek Nainsook, 4Jc.
'2 Cases of Satin Plaid whlto Koods, 81c.
2 Cases of Totllo do Nord, Sic.
The finest American Seersuckers.
1 Caso of India Linen, 8c.
1 Caso of India J.hicn, tljc.
1 Caso of Lace Strlpo whlto goods, 103c
1 Caso of Satin l'lald, 111c.
These aio very sheer.
2 Casts 1 Dclgo llcinnants, OJc.
4 Cases Merrimack Sallns, lUJc.
Theso nro beauties nnd nil tho latest colors.
2 Cases of Wool Challls. Just think, now
Spring Challls and how stylish aro tho patterns
at l-4c.
This lino always knocks out all competition
2 Cnscs of Androscogglus, Hlcachcd Ilcm
natits, "Jc.
600 yards of Atlantic Cashmere, lOJc.
5,000 yards of Ulantlc K V Cashmere. 10c.
8,000 yards Atlantic of 10-hicli colored Hen
rietta, "7c.
This Is tho lino and It heats auythlngwecvcr
attempted this season of tho year.
Tho salo Is now In full blast mid our com
petent coips of obliging cleiks will bo pleased
to 1111 your orders.
Double Combination,
1241 & 1243 I Ith St. S. E,
PIONEER REMNANT HOUSE.
iLEASURE
LEASING
uwoila I
(ARTICULAR
EOPLE.
The quickest way to
find out the kind of
OVERCOAT you think
you want is to come
right in here and toss
over our stock. It's
perfect. You can do
as well as if you had
come in October; and
the more stress a gen
tleman lays on his no
tions of essentials in a
fine Overcoat the bet
ter. We like the pleas
ure of pleasing partic
ular people.
Ppr k Co.,
FINEST CLOTHING
READY-MADE.
719 7ili S, L Corner
KAUFMAN'S
Roisol
Washington City
REAL TIT
FOR SALE BY
Washington
0
r
i
SUCCESSOR TO DANENHOWER & SON.,
deal Estate & Insurance
1115 F Street N. W.,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Scnil for MONTHLY LIST, just out,
TELEPHONE') ltcsWoncoss, Aloxandrla, Va.
0
(3
Q
$
cd
FOR SALE BY
ington
r
i
SUCCESSOR TO.DANEHHOWER & SON.,
Real Estate I Insurance
1115 F Street N. W.,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
fiojiil for MOXTHLY LIST, Just out.
dbr'iUUhl llesld'i .(088, Alexandria, Va.
anenhowe
b
Washington City
REAL ESTATE
Wash
Danenhowe
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