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."f. -yi ifT $ WfftTKTJ1! tflWlllHl .f,lf I 1 ' T-J-irT"-r c ' V utt i(Aiwmfo-'-' nrtWWWMtfldl II i. THE WASHINGTON C1UTI0, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 7, 1885. - i ii' aMiiWMntfiuipiliWiirr in ft l b v ' . i i: i' il ' tfet, EAV U: . 1 WASHINGTON CRITIC vv.ATiii:n ixihcatioxs. Vor Iho Middle Atlantic Stato, Rcncrolly fair woollier, alight rlo In temperature, winds shitting tu southerly, picccded by variable winds, lower barometer. I"nr Thursday, tho temperature will rlo rtowly In districts on tho Atlantic const, with falrwcathir, followed by local showers, In Ntw Ktiirlniul nml tlio northern portions of tho -Middle Atlantic States. Tliermniiirtrr llrnillns. Tliormomctcr readings, October Tt 3 n. ni., Ut0,lli 7 n. in., 4.1s.! i II n. ni., W.'Jj October 0: Moan temperature, Wis, innxliniim, rl.nj minimum, 1 1.": mean rclntlvchiiinldlty, Ml.7i total precipitation, 0.67 Inches. .iiiiiMcinrnlM. Ainrii'-"Jlklmcl HlroKOlT." Nation ti .Mile llhi'O. I'miii's "Tim llniiiltt Inner." lliiirouV "illir llonanrii." TnrATiiK Oxinjur Allco niton. Dimi: MfUM- Dan A. Kelly. WasIIIXUTUV SIIATlSO-ltlNK. count llVCOltlt. C'lilMiN.w, Coi'ltT Justice MncArtliur. Ixiiac William;, usault, guilty; lined $S0. Itudolph Von llnron, falso (intense, vcr illtt gulllj ! twenty months In tlio poultcti tlary. 'lhotuo V. O'Connor, malicious ticspnss; not guilty. Thomas llurki', policy; on tilnl. Kiji'iTY Covmt Jtistlco Ilairucr. l'ol lnusbco vs. CIorcU; testimony ordered token before Examiner C. 1. ltoivc. .Met calf vs. Delanoy ctal.; pro ronfesso ordered ngalustullof tlio defendants. Clajtouvs. (Jose; pro confenso and testimony ordered taken before Examiner Herbert Smith. Touch vs. Jones; order appointing llcriutil 'fully guardian ad litem. Couiit ivdKNriiAt. Tkiiv Chief Justice C'attlcrand Justice Cox, James and Mcr lick, Wood vs. AVood; dismissed; not np peakd. Illgclovr vs. Mill; Judgment below icvcisid and cause remanded. l'ol.icn Couiit Judco Suell. Jnliu (llhson, assault; $10 or !)0iTavs. E. A. Me Intjie, perjury; contliuicd. Eliza Drown, iisiault; $10 or TO davs. (Irorgu lloopor, elo.jJSOorCOihijs. -Mary E. Armstrong:, lnrtcnjsl'Oiluys. Isane lloblnsou.Jdo.; I1) dn) s. .ToliiiM. (Irccn, assault; $J0 or CO ilujs. Tliomns li. liiirton, Itobert Magru tier and Win. Carter, larceny; J.T0 days tncli. JAWAT. lilt Ull'S. Arnl"ST llonr, tho (lerinin who cut hi throat at Mjcr'u Hotel .Monday morning;, Is iiinuiluu;. i Viiiuima Ci.viurrsof my own make aro iceriuuiciidid by pbvslclaiis to bo tlio best In the market. At Uhr. Xandcr's, No. DOU fc'cv cnlli street notthw est. As An vcovtia lino car and ono of Sto phtt. son's express wagons collided at Sixth tilnl M Mrcitn southwest vestorday nfler n on, lemltlne; In tlio smashing of the front of thuutr. 'J in: Hurst assortment of pallor suites up holstered In Mil nnd .Molulr plushes at tlio lowest pilccs. llreltlurth's, Odd-l'cllows' Hull. Jilt E. A. Jti Intmii: was charged In tho 1'ollee Court this morning with perjury al leged to baro been committed In tho Otphan's Court. Tho caso went over for a bearing. Tin: Corcoran Scientific School of tho Columbian University opened last night at the university building, riftccnth and It ftictts. Time were ulncty-sevcu pupils iniolltd and assigned to the various depart ments t tho schools. Wi: mow the most complcto stock of clothing In tho city. If joti will Uko a look thiougli our building joti will llnd a veilllcatlou of what wo say. Eiscmaii Uros., coiner Scvenlli and E stieets, manu facturing clothiers. 'I m: young Men's Christian Association 1 uo elected tho follow lug odleers for tho mmlng jear: President, Charles I.yinau; Uce-presidents, II, II. Warner and I. J. Klmlall; ticaeurcr, E. S. Wescott; rccoid Ing scerctan, Juines L. l'.wln; directors, C. E. Foster, 0. C. Vurscll, E. 11. ll.trnum, V. II. II. Smith, U. 11. Ithecn nudC. AV. Wood waul. Tin: enterprising "Hon Marcho" has Its slduwolk cinercd lth carpeting for tho lcniflt ofcustouicri and visitors attending ItsuttraUIro opciilng. Tin: old and tellable rircman's lnsur nnco Company of Washington having a 1 usluets career of over llfty years, never disputes proper claims, and pjn Its losses promptly as soon as adjusted. Nodela)s or trilling about Eitllcments, At lli'iinr.N'B new furniture nnd carpet installment limtsv, tVJ Seventh street north v,iM, fuinltiire, carpels, rugs, mats, oil cloths, iiiuttlug, baby carriages and every thing which ttliousekieper icqulres toinaUo litmo pleasant and attractive aro sold on tho Installment plan, Call and bo convinced that ho sells on easier terms and at lower iitlces than any other man or llrui In tho installment business. Terms to suit all. There were six arrests In East Washing ton jitterdoy. Tin: Homo Clrclu l'leasmo Club held their mutual election last night and tho fol lowing officers woo eleett d for tho ensuing jmr: Mr, John I). Uelcr, president; Miss Aunlo Itclth, lco-prci,ldciitj Mr. John Ntw man, retoidlng secretary: Miss J.lzzlo licltb, treasurer; Miss Hose Kulsor, corrc tpcuillnj; tctrclory. 'I'licXcv OlIl'.lllH KvpoMitlon. Tl.u North, Centrul and South American Exposition nt Now Orleans will bo openod November 10, and tho opening day will ho Known as tho "American Pcaco Day." Tho 1'ieeldciitof tho United States, tho govern ors of all tho States, tho presidents of tho fifteen sister republics of Spanish-America, tho I.inperor of Urazll and tho (Jovcruors (Jcncnilof Canada will bo Invited to bo priscnt. .Mr. Alexander I), Anderson, Com missioner of Special Das, who hasbead quaitcrs nt Wlllard's Hotel In this city, will furnish all Information that may bo dcslicd. Ho predicts a highly successful imposition. Foil nil Jlond on tlio Illglmny. At 11 o'clock last night Mr. Lemuel Top sey, tailor, resldlug In Alcxandila County, u,, was found Ijlug on tho roadway, near the Virginia end of tho Aqueduct llrldge. Tholody was still warm, but life was ox tluct, A Jury was summoned this morning by tho Coroner, who viewed tho body, and. In tho ubsenco of a physician, adjourned until G o'clock this afternoon. An exami nation tlnco niado by Dr. ltlchards of South Washington showed that death was caused li) dislocation of tho neck, produced, It Is supposed, by deceased falling from tho 1 uegy w bleb ho w as drl v Ing. I'liu- IVIiich nt Xiuidcr'H. Jlr. Chris. Xandcr's tuagulflccnt now store and iln idling, whlih has been recently loustmitid at WW Seventh street northwest, is ono of tho best and finest buildings south of New York. Mr, Xaudcr entered tho wlno business In this city twenty j cars ago, and his trado Is almost phenomenal on ac count of tho purity und llavor of his manu factures. Ho uses twenty thousand pounds of grapes dally, his stock being principally fiom Virginia. Tholcadlngspcclesot grapci unci by him aro tho Concords, Catawlus, Clintons, Ivjs and Norton Seedlings, (,'lll'NH nml M'lllHt t'luli. At tho rcorgauUatloii of tho Washington Chits and Whist Club Inst evening tho fol lowing oflkors wcro elected for tho ensuing tcim: President, cx-Siuator John W. John ston of Virginia, and formerly president of tlio Virginia Clues Club at Itlchinond; llrst vko-pnsldeut, General Johu A, Farus worth; second lco-presldent, J.ewht A bra. hem; sciretery, J. Jeirers; treasurer, J. V. Knight; oxcciitUocommlttco, Lewis Abra ham, J, V. Kulglit, J. Y, Moore, Frank l.Ihhy and S. C. Jlaucroft. Tho club room will Lo located In St. Cloud building and will Lo opened on tho 1'Jtli Instant. Itoiuiil-trlp Tlrkntx ti Itli'hiiionil Vn., llurliiK li Vli'Klnln 'Htiito 1'nlr. lliduecd rates for tho Virginia Stnto fair, to bo held ut lllchmond October SI, ta and '-', r.ro amiouueed by tho Passenger Depart ment of tl.o l'cuiisj Ivanla Hallroad. Tick lis for Iho round trip, JI.B0. Ineludlng ad mission to tho grounds. Tickets will bo ploeeil on sale October 'JOlh to U kl inclu slvo, Pliil uuod to uturu uutll October Ultliliiclu bite. ".IiiiiIi'h Old Ktmiit," tllDDtticet northwest, biijsgout' second hand clothing. Note by uiull attended to. ouT-mutn svonrs. Oosli Alinut tlio NIiip Tlio Niltlim nl's Amriigp-Tiirf ThIIi. Tlio New Yorks can beat tho Chicago overytlnie now that Iho championship Is scttlid. Tho Kimlhiff H'oriopcnl) charges IbatJIni Murtilo did not wish to win tlio championship this ear, but had rather come in n closo second nnd win It noxt. Tho weather to-day being line, tho g.imo Lctu ecu tlio Baltimore nml Nationals will lo placd at Capitol Turk, Tho record with the llaltlmoresnow stands Nationals two, lliittlmoies ono. A now scries, how our, was started, aud tho ll.iltlmnrcs havo won tho first game. Hut fow pcoplo ho llcvalhat tho ilaltlmorcs can defeat tho Nationals, all things being equal, and If tho homo nlno docs not pull oil a victory tho crowd will bo greatly disappointed. Friday and Saturday tho Now York giants put in their second appcarauco hero this siason, and It Is safa to say that no balls will bo rung In on Iho homo boys. Tho Nationals nro stiunger than they werowheu they first crossed bats with tho New Yorks, and should win ut least ono of the two gomes. .Mr. O'ltourke, tho official scorer of tho Nationals, has prepared a table for tlio Xuliuuol Hcpubhcon, showing tho batting and Holding averages of tho whole nlno. .Many people will bo surprised at tho show ing mado by White, tho llttlo short-stop of tho Nationals, while most people thought hint n good, fair butter, but few would hivo believed that his average was .:i.11, and this too in tho lurgist number of games phivod, lilt. From tlio way lliirch has been halting lately, his nvcrage, .Wl, Is a sufprlso. Six linn on tho present nlno with an nveraga of .riO or better Is a showing to bo proud of. llarr Is probably ono of tho heaviest bitters among all tho pitchers hi tho country. Tho (Hlillng averages aro Just as creditable. Seven of tho team havo lidding averages of .100 or better, llnLcr leads vvUh .OS'J. Or, In othir words, lie lias put out 874 men nt first base, asslsled 17 times, with n total of 10 errors. Hair Is second wlthnu nverngo of .PiO. Cook and Fulincr.both show up finely, the former with .irJS and tho latter ,1'tU. Taking Into consideration tho fact that thesu nverngis luclildo all tho games phijcd with tho strongest nines In tho country, It Is a record for tho club and Malinger Scnnlaii, to bo proud of. TurrXotr-M. The lnnimgeinent of tho lloltluioro Asso ciation has bicn eovcrely criticised by turf iiuu and newspapers for their tardiness In getting out their official programme It has been Impossible for owners to know whul races thoy wcro going to havo. In this connection n number of complimentary things havo been said of Secretary Mclnt)ro and our own Jockey club. Tlic Sew York Avpiiiio tilmivli. A special meeting of tlio board of trus tices of tho Now York Aveuuo Church was held last night for tho transaction of busi ness connected with tho -establishment of tho new church of tho Covcuaut and tho consequent withdrawal of two mem bers of tho board. Tho retiring member nro Mr. James E. Fitch aud Mr. M. W. tlalt, who will piobably bo members of tho board of trustees of tho new church. Tho resignations of both these gentlemen us trustees wcro accepted Inst night, as was also Mr. Fitch's icslgiiallon as treasurer of tho board. Iho title to all tho property of thoNcwYoil: Avenue Church and all Its teuipoinlltics nro vested In tho bond of trus tees nnd it wns therefoio necessary to elect a new treusiiicr at vice, which vvasdono by the unanimous selection of Mr. John , Thompson, The new treasurer, among lit-t other duties, will havo chargo of tho pow rentals, an Important chargo Just at pres ent, since come of the most desirable pews will bo vacated by tho withdrawal of tho new church colour. 'Iho vacancies caused h) tho resignations of Messrs. Fitch aud (ii.lt will l.o temporality filled within a ftwil.ijs by Iho board, though thoy cannot bo peinianeiilly filled until tho iicxtanuuil meeting In March, 1SS'J. Mr. 411isoii rtiicil for Astault. Mr. John lllbson, of tho dim of Olbsou Hies., printers, was tried in tho l'ollco Comt tc-day for assaulting a colored man named Arthur Tnjlor. Tho nllogcd assault grew out of n bovcott put on tho linn by tho Typographical Union. Tho union hired n colored man to parade In front of .Mr. Clbsou's ofllio with ntrnuspnicucy, and tho Inttireainoout mid ema-dicd it. lleiico tlio charge ngnlnslMr. lllbson. Taylor swoio that -Mr. (iihtou Knocked htm down and leal him with tho transparency, Mr. (ilbsou denied that ho struck tho man. Ho said ho como out aud tho negro dionpcd tho transparency and ran and ho broke It. Uhls statement was corroborated by scv ci nl business men. Judge Suell said It is a question of how far a man can go to piotcct his business. Ho said there was no doubt that the colored man was engaged to carry out an Illegal act, but Jlr. llibson wmt too far und ho would lino him $10, ALKXAXimiA. A man by the name of Charles llurton was arrested jesterday by Officer Franks, who Isihiirgcd with luhhluc tho stora of Jonas A Co. of Nokesvillo station of $.10 In money and u check of 50, Tho lobbery was committed last ThuiMlay, slnco which time llurton has been In ashliigtnu and this illy. Ho was committed to Jail-by Majtir Smoot to await tho action of tho rrli co vv llllam county authorities. A tramp giving bis name as Charles Do Wilt went to the boardlng-houso of Mrs. Staples, upper Duko street, yesterday and engaged board, and on rethlng asked to bo called nt n certain hour, nnd wns called nccordlugly. After ho had left thohouso Mrs. Staples went to tho room ho had left und discovered that ho had stolen a pair of pants nnd a vest. A jouug man, an ac quaintance, was notified of tho act, and went In pursuit and caught tho thief, turn ing him over to tho police. Ho vrni scut to jail for three months, subject to tho chain ganir. On his person was found tho stolen clothing and n bunch of skeleton kovs. Scv a al cases of diphtheria aro reported in this city, and ono proved fatul this morn lug, that of a llttlo five- car-old child of Jlr. (,'corgo W. Wclckcr, nu cmplovo of tho W 0. A W. Itullroad. 1 hero Is a move on tho part of soino of tho citizens, though It has assumed no dell nito form, to mlojit somo plan to Improve tho wretched coudltlon of tho Btrcets, which Is tho most effcctlvo bar to tho Improvement of tbo city, CITY ItATiTt NOTES. Items of minor Imtmrtrtnas Olimnod l'rom tlio Courts. Tlio National Chalk Holder Comnanv has lllcd a cerllllcato of Incorporation. Tho capital Is r,0,000. lloger Sweeney, by his will filed with the llegister to-day, leaves his cutlio estate to his wife. JIary Sweeney, and appoints her executrix, T ho Jury In Iho Criminal Court this morn ing niiido short work of convicting Itudolph von Huron, charged with falso pretenses, when Iho caso reached them. Thcrovvas no doubt of tho man's guilt, admitted oven by his own counsel, but li was sought to get hliu off on technicalities, Ho was sont to Iho Albany penitentiary for twenty mouths. Jlarrlago licenses havo been Issued as follows; Fernando Shipley and Francos Thornton, both of Georgetown, I), C.;Chas. II, KoiU and Loulso A. Knott; J, F, l'adgit and Agnes Donblgglr; Hamilton Uovvlo and llcrlhu E, Wilbur, both of Charles County, Mil,; (ieoigo E, Cannon and Nannie It, Sciogghis, both of ltappa haunock, Va.; lioheit A. Jlarmlon and Ileatiknl'aiil: llobeit It. (irogan of Haiti more, Jld., and budlo Crlsmoud of Stafford County, Va, "Alilemi-y llnlry Wnsoim." Fusli Ahleriioy butter, churned every morning and delivered In 1 lb, "Ward" prints, :itc, per lb. Also rottago cheese, buttermilk und sweit milk, fie. por lit. C'riuiii, ICc. per pint. An Allcniiilcil Iluiglncy. About .To'ilock this morning Mr. E. E, White, tho well-known grocer, was awakened at his icsldonco, Oil Louisiana avenue, by a uolso. Seeing a burglar ho prang from his bod and pursued tho man to tho strict, where ho escaped. Indicted for 31urdrr, Tho graiid Jury this afternoon Indicted Antonio Nurdello for minder, Jluliy Ourriiijiei. refrigerators, carpets and furniture sold on weekly or monthly payments ut Smith's, 113 Now JtKoy aveuuo uortkwest. west WAsnrxarox. Clark Farr, a well-known young man, was shot scino lima last night, noir tho Aqucdtilt llildgc, making quite n bad llesh w omul. T ho particulars havo Hut J ct been aseiilalucd. Michael llrniiiicu died nt his residence, on Fast .Market Space, last night, after along Illness, Arrived! Schooners Sarah Eaton, from Ited llronch, Jlalne, with 'J,000 barrels of calcined plaster forT, (1. and J. Jt, Waters; William Mason, light; Samuel II. Walker, light, and Aunlo 1 . Couloti, with plaster. Cleared! SchoonorsJI. V. II. Chase, fiV) tons of coal for Key West, nnd Charles A. Hrlpgs, with 1,100 tons of coal for Fall Illver. .Mr. Jf. J. Oallaghcr left Saturday for n visit to New York and several other places. Temperature and condition of water at 7 a. m.i tlrcat Falls, temperature, fill; condi tion, i.1; receiving reservoir, temperature, fifi; condition at north connection, ";; con dition at south connection, 0; distributing reservoir, trmpcrature, 01; condition at In line til gale-house, 'JO; condition nt diluent gnto-houec, 'JO. MNAKOlAli. .cvv York HI ock Inrkct. Tho following havo been furnished by J. Vanco Lewis, bioker, southwest corner Eighth and F streets; NAME. O. "i W NMi:. I O. 'i 40 Can Fa 4fil -Ifil "p'fd 'iliolliiij Cen Fa 371 87 No Fa 91 'ii ClliteO, liOJiaO " pfd 10 CMASlF... N Y Ccu.... IKI 1001 Del it II DU 03 Omaha 3U W DL.tW.... IftsjUO, " pfd 031 1M 1) lUtlo O... 131 131 Oro Trans... 201 3-1 Erlo 174 171 Oro Hail.... 8U 8U F.rlo 2 7ll 711 'l'n Jlall fi'Jl fWa KniuV,Tx.. IB 25J Heading I 18J 181 Ills Cell IfO 13-J Kock Is ,1211134 N J Cen 43 43! bt Paul 7(1$ 70 L Shore 7fil "li i " Iifi1....,jl0! 110 1. et Nosh., -ml 40) Tex A Fft... 181 18 Jinn Con.... 1011 1011 ,U Fncluc... fiOS fill Mich Cell... 071 OS W Sh lst...t 43J .133 Jio Fa M) 071 W U Tel.... I 7IJ 72J N Wist 1031 11131 Oil '10U 101 Clilcugo JlInrkrtH. Tho following euminoiy Is by 11. IC. Plain A Co., St. Cloud building, Ninth and F streets! O. II. O. Wheat Oct 67J Nov I 00 May , 071 Com-Oet 101 Nov i Mny 3SJ 881 001 071 101 333 S7J1 8oj: no? 871 80 IKJJ 101 331 251 293 8 23 8 021 (i 05 5 03 101 33 Oftts-Oct 201 Nov I JInv 201 203 20J 8 2o 231 291 Fork-Oct I 822J 8 22J1 8 27JI Tvov S3U May I I.md-()ct I fi00 8 321 fiOO Nov fiO'll 0 03 C031 Mny ) II. K. Plain A Co., St. Cloud building, furnish the following Oil quotations: Closed jesterday, 1C0; opened to-day, 101; high est, 1011, lowest, 100; 2:13, 101. IVltHllltlgtOll KtocliN. Tho following nro closing quotations of tho Washington Stock Eihnugo to-day as furnished by Jlessrs. Towers it Orcen, bankers, 1421 F street: Washington it Georgetown bonds 117 JieJropolltai 071 Columbia 34 North Cnpllol A O Street 43 Anaiostla 11 Washington City Oasllght Co 301 (icoigclown " " 10 lTiuncn's Insurance Co Franklin Insurance Co Nntlounl Met. Insurance Co National Union Insuranco Co 1SJ Arlington Insurance Co 133 Coicorau Insuranco Co Columbia Insuranco Co 10 Ociinan-AiucrJciin Insuranco Co 130 Fotuunc Insuranco Co 171 Hlggs Insurance Co (1 liooid Full. Woiks (Jiccn 8s 03 JInsoulc Hall llonds 1031 Washington JInikct Co. Stock 181 " " " Uonds 103 Inland & Sea. Coast Co. Stock " " " " llonds Washington llrlck JIachluo Co. Stock, ..10.1) Dank of Washington 73 30 National Jlct. Hank 112 National Hank of tho Hcnubllc 155 Faimirs' it Mechanics' National Hank of Georgetown 115 Citizens' National Hank 100 Second National Hank 107 Central National Hank 103 Great Falls Ico Co Itial Estate Title Insurance Co 091 Fcnnsjlvanla Telephono Co 48 Chesapeake it Potomac Tel. Co fl U. 8. Elect lie Light Co 23 inr.i). NOIITON.-Octobcr 0, 1(90, nt G:I3 n. m., fiinnt, jmiiiRCst son of Amy and Henry Nor ton, need 1$ enis, 11 months and 0 days. Hineral will tako placo fiom his imreuts' icslilenic, Ono-liulf street southwest. Wodnci day, at a o'clock p. in. Friends of tlu family uioicspcctfully Invited to attend. New UucUvvltcnt, Now York fetato. Mnplc Syrup, From Cold Storugo, Vermont. Ctcnincry Iluttcr, Extro Cliolco Elgin and York btnto. Crnnljculcs, JltilngfiGrnpcs, Delnvvnro Qrnpcs, Conrotel Grnpcs, Now Figs, Extrn Largo Cqio Cud. I.urgo Clusters. fi-pouud baskets. 10-poncil llaskots. Extra Layers, Extrn Largo and Medium, Kuvv Prunes, Pilnccss Pnper Shell Alinotiib, S3 icnts per Pound. Door Sluts, Very low. Lurgo Assortment. Pnilor Hugs, Well Patterns. Feather Dusters, All Mzo3. Cincinnati Sugni'.cuicil Hums, 1.) Cents per Pound, Sugnr-cuieil lltenkfnst Uncon, bmallstilpi. Potato Chips, Always Fiosh and Crisp. 3Inmllicllng .Invn ColTee, Delicious, Kxtrn Kevv Slnckciel, Small Package. Gicen Pens, Extra iholco. Natural color. Fiesli-inuilo Cniullufi, Just hi. Ginlinm "W'nfeiH, Superior Quality, PiesineH, piiro l'nilt and Sugar twnrraiitod), In pint Bhiajais. KOilui. Daly g IM per do,. Ure.it biirrfuln. Elphonzo Youngs, QROOBR, 428 Ninth Street, bet, D and E, W. R. SPEARB, OlO F 8TBEET NOHTUWEBT. Everything strictly first-class and on tho most reasonable terns. (Oump Chairs to hire tor all occasions.) 719 719 prang. s. On T1IU1I.SUAY, OCTOIIIlK H, wo will display tho Latest Nnvcltlc In lllnck llrcsn (looiln, lllnck mid Colnred Velvets, DrosH Trimming,,, lliillmw, l.'mbrolderlcs, Luces, lIuuilkorelili-rK, Nets, ltlhbnlix, (Moves, llruliU, tc. E. G. DAVIS, 710 .llnrltvt Hpncc, cor. I'.lglilli Kt. Our Eastern buyer has Just retutnedfrom Now York, whero ha has spent tho past 10 elays In soleetlng goods specially ndaptod to tho wants of tho best letult trado. Black Dress Goods. Wo havo added lamely to thU department, and can show all tho nawost nml most elo slrablostybs In hllki, Silk and Woolen and All-wool Ilrei Ooods. Wo inmitlon UUon llobes, Tufti'd nho, Kmbroldered lioboj. Homespuns hi blackand black and gray; New Camel's Ilalr Effects, Jlouclo Cloth, llomctto Cloth, Enpllsh and bootih nooils In gray mix tures: Lupin's colobratcd lllaek Ooodi, IPack llroadcloth and Tricots for Tullor-mado suits. Trimmings. Tho Indications at prcfcnt aro tint roathcr Trhmnlnus will bo largely used this season. Vi o havo them fiom :,To to 83 tier yard, In all stylert and colors. Wo also show a gioat va riety In Jllaik and Colored Chcnlllo rrlnsc, SIos lYImmlngs, Iloadod (limps and l'rlnxus, Dion Trimmings, lnr Trimming'', oto. Our IJuttim stock Is miHirpassed. Our slock of lllaek anil Colored Volvets Is worthy of spo elal mention, as they were bought recently ut less than cost of Importation. Wo havo full lines nt PJio, 81 11 and Sl.'n per yard, all goad value and cannot boniatihidnt tho price. Ribbons. Wo nro acknowledged headquarters fur mil lions. All widths and colors can bo found In our stock. Wo sell All-Milk, fatln nnd Cum (.inln Million, good niialltx.n. lint U!o, Xn. IM lit lSoper jaid. Satin and Velvet Itlbbnns jcry clicnp. 1'iiiicy millions, Wutercd Illb bous, nil tho latest uov eltlos. Handkerchiefs. Wo mo offering nn All-Linen Homstltehod llnndkerchlef, v cry lino uunllty. nt 17c; worth sac W ii havo baiutlful now styles In Fancy Hemstitched and Embroidered Handkerchief ut Mc; lino ColoroiHIor.lered Handkerchiefs .t l-'c; fonni . r price, 23c; All-Llncu, nov styles. Ciilnrul-lliireli rod Homstltchoil llauib kirrhlelsat 10c. Wo havo ologaut Fine French HiiiubLiDbroldeted llundkerehiefs from SJ.W to J is caih. New Departments. Wo havo lust ndilod lo our stock nn elegint lino of Lndles' und Children's Merino Under wear, to which vvn Inv Ho attention, buperlor Hakes mid Ixiw Prices will be tho nttractlvo featmes of this department. Wo havo also lidded n enmplitB lino of Tablo Linens, Tow els, Napkins, Doyllos, Tray Cloths, ito.j 111 fact ov e i j thing In tho vvny ol 'i'ublo Linen, sultublo for hotels und lumlllos. Oui slock of Embroideries, Lnccs, Plain and Headed Nets, Kid nnd Cashmcro llloves, lllnck Merino, Cotton and Mlk Hosiery, Plain mid Fancy Hindis, (julltod bilk mid Satin Linings, bonps, Perfumery, Fancy Goods nnd Notions Is full mid complcto, Wo handle only lellablo goods ami will guarantee styloi, qual ity nnd prlics. & Hew Goods Received Every Day 719 Market Sjaco. Cor, Eiglitli St la E, i; DAVIS, 'JL'-Etl-Jij (( Ion larclie" 316-318 Soventh St. N. W,, Not linvliii; Issued any curds of Invi tation, vvotnkc this medium of ciillliijr )our attention and Inviting you to our llrst FALL OPENING Which will tako placo on Tuesday, Oct. 6 -AND Wednesday, Oet. 7, When Wo Shall Display -AND- English Round Hats, Ah well us llumlKomo DosIkii of ,ur Own Manufacture. IS OUIt' Oloak.Department AVq sin... Munv nil Unit IhXoiuI ami DcslralJlu lit Fall, Winter and Evening Wear Vol- Ladles, Misses mill Children. Attractive Display in All Our Departments SPECIAL. On tho r.voiilnirs of tlio Aliovo Days Mo shall Itcopou ut H anil remain upon until 10 li, m., ror I lie display of Our hbovv ltooiim. During; those twuliiiurs no Koods villi be sold, Wo Cordially Invite 'You All. with am:.w iu:spi:ot, THCH3 Ion Marche, I! KING'S PALACE, 814 Seventh Street Northwest, CONTINUATION OF Ot'lt (IKA.NII Fall Opii ol Pricli Pattern Ms anil Boiets AND ALL TIIF. XovrltlcH In Hiii .Jlllliiciy Linens well nn liiullci'. .IIIhhcn nml Olilt di'pn'H OloaliM. In order to glvo a ehonco to Ihoso who wcro proventod from Inspecting our great ills play, wo bnvo concluded lo eontlnuo until nthcrwUn notltlcd our (Iroat Pall Opening, with now attractions ns they orrlvo dally. As wo anticipated, our opening win a grand success, nndnny Inndvertenioon ourpnrtwo bcirto boovorlookodi as tho rush was so prcul Hint It wns lmisslblo to pay our customers tho usual attention wo dcslrnd and that tlcy haven right to expect. Wo will endeavor to mnko up for tho lack of iittontlonnt jcurnext call. Wo Ihnnk you, ono mid nil, for jour generous support, nnd wo will over ttrlvo tn lo worthy of It. ...... Wo pny attention to two lines exclusively, of which wo make a spoclalty, and of which wo carry tlio largost and iholccst stock In tho city. They nro Millinery in All Its Branoho3 AND Ladies', Misses' and Children's Wraps. Tho rxtonslvrncss of our purchases enables us to huv direct from tlio manufacturer nnd lint ortcr. and tun great extent we Import our goods direct, which places us lit npoil tit n to glv o our customers tho prollt of tho Jobber and middleman. Our lli'iinrlinent or Tilmiiird nml lliitrlinmed lints speaks for Itsolf. It requires no coininendntlon on entr pnrt. Wo dcslro to stnto that wo sell n fluo Silk-bound lilt lint, such as aro sold chcwlicro for SI and for 73c, nt -IHO only. Our Whip; nnd Illril lleimrlineiil represents ovcrSO stylos, coming from all I nits of thoglotio, A most wonderful collcclluii, at prices that Insuro a rnpld salo. Our Vl ct llrjini'tmiMit Is stockcil with tho choicest of brnnds, Wo soil a Silk civet, nil colors, at 'So a ynnl only. Hotter than advertised elsewhere at (I and at Hie )ard, which o substantiate or money refunded. Our llrpnrlmcnt In 4'IiIIiIicii'h nml 'IImhch' Trlmmcil nml Iln trlininiMl IIiiIm surpasses anything over exhibited, nt remarkably low prlcos. l iii-TIp nnd IM ii mil llcpnrtiiiciit Is simply linmonse. Our Ileiiiirtiiient or I.ndlcH', .IIIhni-h' mid !iilldrrirH tilonliH stands un rivaled, and Is beyond doubt Iho Inrgcst In tho city, comprising ovcry stylo nnd nil of tho illtlcrtnt materials. In fact, wo have Imported tlio best part of our Clonks from Dcrllu direct, and wo aro showing exclusive styles of our own, which havo not been duplicated. Ctimo and sco our elegant lino of Children's and Jllssos' Coats nt SJ.S1, $1 and SI. In asking you not to purchaso until you bnvo lnicctcd our goods and ascertained our prices, w o nro sincere tusavliiK you at least tM per cent, Wo solicit a call, nnd wo nro pleased I obIiovvj oil our goods whether you nro prep arod torurehasoor not, KING'S PALACE, 814 7th St. FANCY GOODS. Selling Ont. Selling Out, Selling Out, To Closo Business. Tho Untlro Ktock of tho In M IlliWF Ste OlTcriMl nt n Nnciillrr. Stock consists of Over 1 1,000 yards ol millions:, all widths and colors, at less than lost, S.CIU yards of Hamburg Edging, at less than cost, H.ICO yards Bilk and Cotton Laces, at Just half prlio. 1.(10 Stinvv Hats, half price lloncisand l'cnthcrs, half price. Goods nro marled hi plain flguros, and cus tomers can readily soe whnt reductions are mado. 1.C00 dozen 1'carl Dress Buttons loss than cot. bnrgo lot of flloves and Small lot of Stock ings at lcs 1 1 1 it n cost. Abo Velvets, Satins, Velvet Ribbons, Clark's Spool Cotton, Spool Silks, Dross Milelds, 1'nrer Cambrics, Doxtcr's Knitting Cotton, fiaricr Klastlcs, Crupo Veils, Ungllsti Ciaiio, I'ocketbooks, C'ombi, Hairpins, Plus, Neidlcs and l'nney lioods generally. Goods must bo sold and prices will bo low. Fixtures for sale. Stock remaining unsold will be disposed of nt auction about Oct. 13. Hi? M Hurr Store, 11,'tO Nevoiitli Street. MME. WASHINGTON, 007 PIINNSYLVANIA AVr.NUK. Dresses KIcgantly made In tho Lntost Stylos by llrst-clasi Artists. Talloi-mado Suits a Specialty, Dresses, Cloaks nnd Jl unties Cut. l'lttcd nnd Drnncil at Itcasonnblo l'rleon. All Woik Dono with Promptness and 1'ully (luar untetd. sclJlin 1'IIl.Ij STOCK Ol'' Unde r-wear I'or Ladles, Children and Gontlcmon. WM. R. RILEY, miry ltullilliitr, Ceir. Olli mii.1 KNU.n.w 3iit. jr.oita: viiuri:. LADIES' TAII.OH AND 1IA1IIT-.UAKER, 7,10 Seventeenth btrect Northwest, Will make Ladles' Dressos, elo dutlng Sep tember and October ntiho following prlcos: Cloth Costumes, Ladles' own materials, SI'S: Coats, $10: Niwmnrkets, SIB; Deatrleo, SIS; Hiding Habits, SIS; Silk Costumes, Slli; liven ing Deception Dicssos, etc., SIB nnd upward! ( loth Costumes, everything furnished, from 810; other garments iorreMndlwily. Special attention to Wedding Outfits, In which Jlr. Whlto has mado n great success. Cutting and lifting, rntterns inmlo to older, nu'iltf INSURANCE. FIREMEN'S INSURANCE CO, Chartered by Conirtess, 1H37. 081)1131,11200,000, Surplus, $164,000 ovriciii NEW BUILDING, N. E, Oor. Sevunth Street and Louisiana Avenue, AI.HIITIT A. WILSON', President. THUS. l'AUKlllt, Vlco-rrosldont. O. W. HOWAItl), Secretary, It. II. HAZAltl), Ass't Sco'y. HATS AND CAPS. -ww'Vv'wwwvvwv DUNLAP'S New York Hats. Tlio Flfth-nvenuo Fall Stylos SUlc and Derby Huts lntioducod by Dunlap & Co., now roady at WILLETT & ROUFFS Solo AgontB. OOCf l'ciinsj'lviililil Aveuuo Northwest.'! USB COKE For Oincratlng Steam. For Cooking Vurpoeca. I'or Heating by furnace For heating by Latrobo. For Open Q rates. It is r.nslly Ignited. It Muhcs a Quick, Hot Flro. It Docs Not liuru Out tho Grate. It Is Economical. It Will Pay to Try It. l'OM SALE UY THIS Washington Gaslight Com'y. 40 Dushcls, Criishod la llushels, Crushed 40 Bushels, Not Clashed, S3 llushels, Not Crushed. ....S3 TO .... -' W .... oo jayDellvcrcd to Any 1'urt of Washington or Georgetown. KEEP'S SHIETS, 437 SEVENTH BTltEKT N, W. O. P. BURDETTE, BOMC AGENT. Drew's New Drug Store, NINTH ST. AND WJNN. AVK. tar-Open all night. HOUSE DECORATIONS. WALL PAPERS, Special resign. jxi:xpj:xnivi: iwimiks In Art Colors. HOUSE & FRESCO PAINTING, DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES rUlt.NISHED. Specialties In I'AIU'HTH AMI 1'AItIlIUH. Agents for Jtorrls A Co. P. HANSON HISS & CO., SI5 I'tricintli Htroptar. v. Wo Invite an Examination of Oar BRASS GOODS, HECENT IMPORTATIONS FltOM. London, Berlin and Vienna, Added to vvcll-sclccted purchases of j5i.x3Q.e2?icar3n. GS-ootfLs Makes an nttractlvo exhibition of Novelties and Useful Articles. HAYWARD & HUTCHINSON i'H Mnlli Hirrct S. W. HOTELS AND HESTAURANTS, THE EBBITT: VASIIINaTON, D. O. ABLIY & NAVY HEADQUARTERQ. KJlIlt IltON KlItK LM'H'KS Tr.ltMS-an.HO nnd 8,00 ior Day. HAititis iiochi:. EOllOPEAN PLAN. 1'iunsylvnnla nvcnuo, noar rourtoouth street, t-l cclal rates for bummer .Months. CLINTON HOUSi:, 7TII AND I 8TS. n v; flist-clns tablo board and large rooms at rcasonnblo rates; location central. WM. O. NAYI.OU, 1'roprletor. ya-tf S' T. JABlliS' llOTIir,, nUKUl'UAN 1'I.AN, Sixth street and Pennsylvania avenuo. L. WOODUUltV, Proprlotor. BR-O-wisr's IIIJIAI, IVIXi: 1'AKl.OItH, 14Q3 a ST., OPPOSITE lliaOS HOUSE. Around tho corner 15th and G streets. fcaMf Washington, P. C, THE LOSEKAM, 1323 I Strett H. W , 0pp. the Ebbitt, WASHINGTON, 1. O. (Tho Clarendon, SaratORa Springs, N. Y.) C. r.O.SKKAJr, l'rnprlotor. B0 0TSAN SJilOES. FALL SHOES. Nowlsthotlmoto look nbnut for tho light placo to buy your 1'all and Winter bhoos. In Ladies' Shoes our flock cmbruiei ovcrvlhlns doilrablo In sivhi and nuollty to vvhlihvvo uio weekly nudlug now linos. In Misses' and Children's vvohuvothobest inakos for vvcnr'nnd com loit. To our Men's Shoes vvocnllyonr srcclul attcntlou. If yon want aDKKShSIIOEvvohavo Kino l"rench Kid Concress and llutton. I'lno patent heather Cohricds and I.nco. l'lnn rrcnih Calf ConsrchS Iieoand llutton, nil of the best makes. Hut tho shoo that talks for stylo, comfort, rerfect fit and Rood vvonr U oar thai calf, sewed. Ill overystyle.IncludlnK tho WAUKHN 1'IIAbTnt $5, tho best eliou for tho money that can bo sold, DAL10N & STRICKLAND, tlllU l'ciiiiu. Aveuuo. One-Price Shoe Store. A. L. HAZELT0N, $8 'i'. Seventh Ktri'i't, I'ndcr OileM'ellnwi' Hall. E. C. Hurt's l'lno bhucs for Ladles u specialty. Mm,)i 10th M. ,. IV, IVit l'a. Arc. East. I havo a lot of rino Shoos, my own make, tnat I will soil at a bargain. (,lvo mo atrial. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. s. vy. -ij'v.wwVN npiIKYKUY I1CST UUSINE33 PKNMADK x boia by an tntlr?irrB ktinil 7 O npTlli staincs for sain- rtsPTaiiiSift InKtnn Phonournphlo Huadciuartcrs, WashlnR ton, D. 0. llOUOKIOVVIlSU' dbx.-a.3stb: books, COLORED TIS8UE PAPER, 70 Ehados, rino Tar Moth Paper. Paper and Envelopes. E. MORRISON, 708 and 803 D St, Northwost. Buy Your Books and Stationery AT 33JRuft-3D A.XDA.aVCS" TWO BTOItES, s '2' J CLOTHING. Our Slot lis Dn la ExccpUonnlly Attrnctlvo nnd fully up to our High StaniM of WIIILU OUH LOW PRICES Aro maintained in every De partment, comprising every thing, with the exception of Hats and Shoes For Boys and Mon. B. Robinson & Go Clothing and Furnishings, OI reiuiNj lvnnln Avenue S, IV. All the Leading Makes -OF- UNDERWEAR -ron Men and Boys, and Sold as Cheaply as at any other establishment in the country, can be found ' AT .KOBIM0MK S09 Penna. Ave. CLOTHING. XT. 3D. IB-AJFSJR, 1111 Penn. Ave., Spring and Summer Overcoatings & Trouserings Of my own Importation, nowreeelved. Gontlo men, please call, Inspect and leave jour or dew ut tho Leading Tailoring Kstnhluluneut of Wnshlnston, Doit Ooodi. llost Trior mlnRH. Nono but flnst-elais workmen em ployed at 1111 reuut,vlvanla Avenue, Importer and Tailor. Fall Overcoats. Ihi-rc AKHintmont, New Stales. HcHt ridtiiK. loui'nt PrlcoH. E.B.BARNUM&C0 031 Ponna. Avonuo. School Commencement. 'Iho Host SI School Shoo Tho Host COo School Hat Thollent WoSchooirants Tho Host Wo School shut Waist Tl.o llct Mo Undershirt 'Iho Host 60o Canton Flannel Drawers The Heat 8t.ro Hoys' Lons I'ants Tho llest SJ.W Hoys' Suit of Clothes Tho Host 51 00 Youths' Suit of Clothoj T he Host S3 00 lien's Suit of Clothes IN TOWN, AT CT. W- SBLBT'S, lOllANDlOlOl'IINN.AVn. WOOD AND COAL. 'VWVV..v.v.VVv.v, v VVV" OOjSi.Zj1 -VCTOOID JOHN80N BROS., ' WnAIlVtS AND ItAIIiltOAD YARD l'iih and Water Hts. U. W. DIIANUU YA1IDH AND OFFIOES. (Connected by Telephono.) 1202 V street noithnoat. Itil5 Seventh ttreet northwest. 17-U) Transylvania avo. northwost, lll'J Nliiiii street northwest. Uotnor ild and It htruoia northwest. 2'J1 l'lliiibylMinla live. Buuthwon PH0T0-EIGE1YIIG-. Havliiff lleccntly I'lttod Up a Pboto-Engraviug Establishmont, In connection with my TATENT PR00KS3, 1 nin prepared to puinlsli LI.U8TIIATION8 AT NEW YORK VIIIOKS, l'hotoRraphlug on Wood for tho Trado, MADRIOE JOYOB, 418 ELEVENTU BTnEEX NOKTUWKST Quality, V ...A WMWUOVBWO