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TIIR WASHINGTON OltlTIO, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 8, 1885.
wiiATtir.n ixihoa vioxs.
For the Mlddllo Atlantic 8tato, local
rolns, followed by fair weather; winds
flilllli'K to southwest mid northwest; full
luir, followed by rising barometer; slight
il.ulip;r In tcnipitaliire.
For Fildny, cool, fair weather will rc
vnll In tlic .Middle Atlantic Slate, lower
lulio region, tlio Ohio Valley and Tcmiosseo.
Thermometer readings, October Sj a
n, m., -I'Ml; 7 n, m., 47M); 11 n. m., f0.0;
October 7i Mean temperature, IUM5;
innxlmutn, ri7.0i minimum, W.O; mean
Aijuvcu's "Michael Ktrogo ft"."
Natiokai, Mile. IIIicb.
)'oiiii'"TIii' llrradw Inner."
llriutu "Dig lloniinm."
Tiiratiiii ConnjiK-AlIco O.ites.
Duiii Jlt'ssi'M-Diiii A. Kelly.
ClilJllNAl. Cot'UT Justice MacArthur.
Henry l.ee, ossault with Intent to commit
nipe; not guilty.
J.qt'lTT Cot'UT Justice Itagnor. Smith
vs. Smith', A. A. lllmey substituted us
trustee, for ll. T, (llllner, German Orphan
Asylum Association vs. Suit; motion for
Injunction denied, Casey .vs. White; on
Cot'UT IK (iRNKIIAIt 1'KIIM Chief Jlts-
llco Cartter and Justices Cox, .lames mid
, Jlcrrlcl;. At. I.eovs. W. .t(l. It. II. Co.;
Judgment below reversed and cause re
manded. Smith vs. Shcltoiii decree below
nnirtiicd. Smith vs. Smith; submitted on
1'oLicr. Cot'UT Judeo Sticll. Frank
llnTcnucy A Co.. Sunday bar; W collateral
forfeited. Charles Madcs, do.; do. John
JlcCabo and Daniel and .lames Reynolds,
Misplclous persons; bonds or UOtlays. Her
bert lloulie, selling on Sunday; $10 collat
eral forfeited, llobert Sayles, trespass; $."
or IB days. ,lohn O'llrlcu, lighting In tho
street; 50 or todays.
XOG, 1 Tj Jilt IMS.
Ir vou want photographs of any sfzo or
stylo get tho best ut .Mcfrltt A Woods, 023
l'cnusylvaula avenue, late Davis' gallery.
Tnu flncst assortment of parlor suites up
holstered In silk and Mohair plushes at tho
lowest prices, llieltbarth's, Odd-Fellows'
Om: of George V. Knox's horses was
fatally Injured jetterday near tho Klililtt
House by being pierced by n shaft of a
wugou to which was attached n runaway
I.MiioNso Yot'NQS, the popular grocer at
418 Ninth street, has an assort iiieut of cholco
family giocerlcs, and his advcitlsement In
Titu C'ltiTlu creates an appetite for Ills
Madam Looax, so welt known and o.s
leetncd In musical circles, Is lying at tho
point of death at her residence, No. 12 It) I,
btrect. Ilerfrlcndsand former pupils uro re
quested to meet at No. Hffii New York
uvetmo this afternoon at I o'clock.
Mil. I.. G. Mauim's academy of dancing,
Musculo Hall, Is now open null now classes
finned every Saturday at 'J p. in. for misses
and masters; for adults, Tuesdays and
Wn snow the most romplcto stock of
clothing In tho city. It jou will tako a
look through our building you will llnd a
vcrltlcatlon of what we say. Klsemau
Uros., corner Seventh and K streets, manu
Cavtain Ilt'iiitows of Iho Ctilpeper Mln
tito Men, explains In a note that the reason
his command did not turn out to receive
Iho National Utiles nt their visit to tho Cul
pepcr fair, was becauso of n misunder
standing between the management of tho
fair and tho corps.
Tiiium: while tramps, named John Mc
Cabo and John and James Reynolds, were
In the prisoners' dock at tho l'ollco Court
this niornln- on complalntot Dctectlvo Kd
tlluond Ofliccr Uuutz. They wcro held to
bo suspicious persons and got three months
cue 11 on ineiarm,
Mns. D11. McKcniuici: Ilcn.r.v Is hold
ing a series of meetings at Fletcher M. E.
Church this week with considerable success,
paitlcularly among young mou, and several
conveislous havo already resulted.
refrigerators, carpels and furniture sold on
weekly or montuly pa) incuts at Smith's,
413 New Jersey avenuo northwest.
On and aftcrTucsday, tho fitlt instant, pas
sengers from Washington to Annapolis can
leavo tho Baltimore it l'otoinac Hallroad
station at 7:15 a. 111., Instead of 0:35 n. in. as
heretofore. This arrangement will glvo
visitors amplo time In tho morning, and
also avoid any delay at Odenton, tho Junc
tion of tho Annapolis it Klkrldge Uallroad,
nrriviug In Annapolis at 8:55 a. m,
-MmsHi'm Old Mlmi.l,"
010 D street northwest, buys gent' second
liaud clothing. Note by mall attended to,
31 a 1:11 1 on 1'uul.
Surgeon liobcrt A. Marmlou, U. S. N.,
nud Miss Beatrice I'aul, daughter of Gen
eral G. li. I'aul, woro married last night at
tho Carroll mansion, on F street. Tho cere
mony was performed by Father Bolaud of
St. Matthew's Church. It was a very brll--,-
llant marriage. Surgcoif W. II. Hall, U. S.
A., was tho best man, and Lieutenant liam
EC)', U. 8. A., and Lieutenant Buckingham,
U. S. N,, wcro tho grooihsmcn. Miss
Genevieve I'aul and Miss Darsy Illckctts
were the bridesmaids. After a reception ut
tho residence and a supper at M'clcker's tho
bride and groom left for Clucluiiatl uud
other points in tho West.
Jtediucil Itntt'H to Virgin in (State
For tho Virginia State Fair, which will ho
held at Richmond, tho 'Jl6t, 83d and 23d
lnsts., round trip tickets will bo sold from
Washington and Alexandria from tho 20th
to 23d Inclusive, good to return until tho
IMth inclusive, nt tho rato of 5-1.50 for tho
round trip which Includes admission to tho
fair grounds. Consult schedule of trains,
permitting passengers to leave Washington
ill Iho morning and return In tho evening.
Arranging for tlio JIIIIch' I-'alr.
At tho regular weekly meeting of tho gen
eral committee for tho National Wiles' fair
last evening, tho reports of several sub-committees
were submitted showing actlvo work
and Indications of a very decided success for
tho fair, F. Freuud was awarded tho con
tract for catering, uud tho contract for elec
tric lighting, both in uud outside tho armory,
to the United States Electric Lighting Com
pany. A special meeting of the lady friends
who will usslst at tho fair was requested for
Saturday evculug. A largo number of ad
ditional donations was announced.
A Dny ofNIslit-Hei'Iiij;.
Frofessor J. S. Whtttlngton, principal of
Vavcrly Academy, Baltimore County,
visited tho city to-day accompanied by
twenty-six of his six hundred pupils. They
visited Iho Smithsonian, Agricultural De
partment, Nutloual Museum, took a look at
the Monument, went thiougli tho Treasury,
State, War uud Navy departments, vlowod
mo pictures aim siatuury 111 ine Corcoran
Ait Gallery, culled ut tho White House, par
look of a sumptuous dinner, after which thoy
boarded tho train for home, well plcasod
w Itli their trip to tho National CaplUl.
American Ball-Blue Is a llttlo charmer; it
Imparls tho most delicate huo to washing,
thereby winning golden opinions In every
nicii Vi'lio Aro .leered.
A crunk out in Cincinnati recently un
dertook to prove, that n baseball pitcher
cannot curve n ball In throwing It to tho
catcher. His assertion meets with universal
lldlculo from men Informed on tho subject.
A man who asserted that Tharp's superior
whisky, which can always bo found at 818
F street, Is not exactly tho sine gnu nnn for
n day llko this would also ho uulvoraally
"Aldorncy J'tilry YI'iisoiim."
Frcsli Alderney butter, churned ovcry
morning und delivered in J lb. ''Ward''
mints, !Mc. per lb. Also cottago cheese,
butteimllk und sweet milk, Be. per ut.
Cream, lCc. per pint,
Of Minnesota's total population, 1,117,
"til, Uiern woro born In tho United States
7!,Wl aud 8M,83i are of forclgU birth.
Next Wi'plt'x AmiiKi'ini'titH,
IVl'nncry'sgront wnmtlonal inclodratiM,
"A Celebrated Case," will bo irodueed noxt
week at lIcr2o'sNlnth-StrectOpcr.i-lloue,
with that tragic and thrilling actor, Mr.
Benuttt Matlack as ,nm .Vwiih, the con
demned galley slave. "A Celebrated Case"
Is a drama replete Willi highly sensational
situations. 'Iho plot Is eoiielno and excit
ing, the murder of ,i'iiiVwlfeln tho pro
teinic creating a deep Interest at the outset,
which Is never allowed to Hag during the
iiinalnlng live aclfl. '1 ho character of .!
Jtinimil much resembles' that of .fiiii 1 "
run In Victor Hugo's famous novel, "Los
'.Miserable." To follow tho life of n French
galley slato Is pathetic mid Interesting. Mr.
AiatiacK comes sunporicii uy a siiong com
puny, Including Miss Stella lice, 11 talented
net 1 ess. Owen FawVclt Is still drawing
The salo of scats began this morning for
the attiaellon at Alluiugh's next week
".'I bo l'arlor Match." The comedians Hvam
and Hoc' will bo seen In this laughable
play for the first tlino In this city. "Tho
l'arlor Match" Is certainly 0110 of tho fun
niest pieces put on the stage. Mr. Hovt
si cms to havo n faculty for presenting ludl
eious situations possessed by no other
dramatic writer. All of his pieces have
piovcd to bo successes. The humor of
'I ho l'arlor Mutch" Is one of tho furiously
fmcltnl llilnil not tho drollery that makes
one smile, but Iho rattling, freli aud vigor
ous fun where every point tells and where
ovcry act Is ''reeled wllh shouts of laugh
ter. The two central llguies In this merry
melange are . MeCorkrr, n "literary man"
and did llott, n collector fur an auction
room tho parts played respectively by Mr.
Charles E. Evans and Mr. William ilucy.
'Iho characters lit the clover oomcdl.nn to
perfection and glvo them amnio opportuni
ties to Keep tho audience In constant laugh
ter. "A l'arlor Match" will be handsomely
mounted and will be undo one of tho
notable comedy cunts of the season of this
Circuit Court .turor-i.
The clerk of the court yestci day drew tho
following us Jurors to servo In tho next
term of thoCIicull Court, commencing on
the llllh Instant:
Circuit Court No. 1 J. Howard Good
1 Ich, Woodbury Lottery, John II. Shclton,
J. i:. Dyer, V. D. Cluik, 1',. W. Denlson,
Jos. Dudley, Anthony Gacgler, Charles
Dougherty, I hoinas .To-ce, John T. Mitch
ell, Austin llerr. Chandler Gregg, A. Boss
Ray, George A. I'lrcli, Alfred C. Newman,
John K. Cbappell, Ellsha 1'. Taylor, 0. W.
Edinonston, Daniel Smith, ltobt. T. l'ywctl,
Hartley Taj lor, Edward S. Wescott, John
N. O'ilera, Lawrence lllckey, Charles
Circuit Court No. !J James H. Butler,
Charles E.N man, Martin Grlllln, W.I).
Wjvlll, A. (!. Chcwnlng, Wm. II. Eaton,
lludolph KaufTman, Evan Lyons, John
.Morgan, J. S. M. McKlnney, II. JI. Wil
lett, BIchaidT. Walker, Frank Latham, J.
tV. JlcK'ce, W. W. Burdette, James W.
Turner, John Guttenson, Oscar O. Stevens,
Isauc II. McCathrim, J. L. Wilson, Ed. II.
Ncwmeyer, Win. L. Cheny, Andrew W.
Kelly, George 11. ltcppcttl, V. Kline and
J. E. Hutchlusou.
Iteduccd ltnteHldi' ",'otcrn vlal'enn
Tho Dcmocriitle Association of Washing
ton, through Mr. Lawrcuco Gardner, has
perfected arrangements with tho Pennsyl
vania Railroad for reduced rato excursion
tickets for Ohio voters going homo to vote,
'lhcso tickets will bo Issued only on ccrtlll
eatcs signed by .Mr. Gardner, entitling tho
holder, or any member of his family, to re
duced rates from October!) to 12, lneluslvo;
tickets good to return until tho lUth, In
clusive. Particular attention Is called to voters
availing themselves of such rates to tho fast
schedule of the Pennsylvania Hallroad. Tho
facilities and accommodations oITercd by
this unrivaled line guarantees u trip replete
with pleasure; tho scenery at this tlmo of
tho year Is grand. Before selecting routo
call upon tho agents of tho company In this
Tho shipments from tho mines of tho
Cumberland coal region for tho week
ended Saturday, October 3, wcro 00,821
tons; and for tho year to that date, 2,070,073,
tons, a decreaso of 01,000 tons, as com
pared with tho corresponding period ot
Jb&l. Iho coal was shipped as fol
lows: To llulllmoru t Ohio Railroad and
local points week, -14,811 tons; year, 1,
t05,15l tons; decrease from last year 100,
170 tons. To Chesapeake it Ohio Canal
week, 7,007 tons; year, 201,500 tons; lu
creaso over last year, 20,010 tons. To
Pennsylvania Railroad week, 7,313 tons;
ear, 313,013 tons; Incrcuso over last year,
!i 1,833 tons.
The National Union Insuranco Coinnanv
have commenced six two-story brick houses
on Valley avenue.
Tho amount ot work done during tho
mouth of September on tho water-works
extension Is us follows: Shafts Foundry
brunch, cast heading, 130 feet; Rock Creek,
west heading, lb2 feet; Rock Creek, cast
beading, 232 feet; Chauiplatn avenue, west
beading, Ml feet; Cliamplaln avenue, east
heading, 01 Jcet; east shall, west heading,
110 feet, making a total of bS4 feet.
On account of tho building boom m
Georgetown there Is a great demand for
Twenty-two boats loaded with coal have
nnlvtd since last report.
A very pleasant party was given last
night at theresldencoof Miss Anulo Becker,
on tho corner of Thirty-second and O
streets, which was greatly enjoyed by tho
number of her young friends who wcro
Tho wedding of Miss Gustlo Chrlstlo and
Mr. Hurry Blich, both of Washington, will
tnko place this evening ut 7 o'clock at Gay
street Baptist Church.
Yesterday afternoon tho dredglng-ma-chlno
found tho steam tin- Etta, belonging
to Gilbert J. Vaiiderwerkcu of Virginia,
which was lost Juno 30, 1870. It was found
near Johnson it Baker's boat-house. Work
men were engaged In raising it this morn
ing. Tho Etta whs licensed October 10,
Temperature nud condition of water nt 7
n. m.: Great Falls, temperature, 50; condi
tion, V.0; receiving reservoir, tempcraturo,
03; condition at north connection, 31; con
dition at south connection, fl; distributing
reservoir, temperature, til; condition at I11
iluent gate-bouse, 25; condition nt clllucut
About S o'clock this morning firo was dis
covered In tho rcsldcnco of John L. Walker,
818 Eust Capitol btrect. Tho damage
amounted to about $100.
Hon. John W. Daniel has concluded not
to accept the Invitation of tho East Wash
ington Cleveland and Hendricks Club to
speak in Washington, us had been proposed
by that club;
Tho Alexandria Light Infantry received
their new arms (SprlngHcld rllles) yesterday
and nro much pleased with them.
Eugcno Murry, who has been In tho Jail
hero for over two years, on n ehargo of
horsestealing, nud had three trials uud
Jury disagreements, has been found guilty,
ami his tcim In tho penitentiary fixed at
Charles Burton charged with robbing tho
bar-room of Jonas it Co., at Nokesvllle,
was taken to Prluco William County yes
terday for trial.
A trump, named John Coleman, mado n
tour of the city on Tuesday, and inspected
eveiy back yanl ho could get luto, doubt
lues for tho purpose of planning u mldulght
raid. Ho wus run In by tho police uud yes
terday sent to the chain gang for thirty
lil'pFF-STOVKr.I,-On Tuosday, October
B, IKhS, at tint riii-liimicii of the bride's parent
by the Buy. Dr. Il.W. Faunce, Charles 11, ilaoll
to Carrie I., htowell.
Iluvlnif recently llttol up n
In connection wllh my PATENT PItOCESS,
I umtueiiared to turnUli
ILI.CSTltATIONS AT NEW YOltlt I'llIOES.
rhotosraplilng on Wood for tho Trado.
418 ELEVENTU STIIEET N. W.
Srw Vorli Hliick aiai-hi't.
The following havo been furnished by J.
Vance Lewis, broker, southwest corner
Eighth and F streets:
NA.Mi:. i (). 'J )(.( NAME. ' U, It! 10
Call Fa '"(Tilul --"p;id,Z7. 13-i 'lliiT
Cell Pa RSli ilHi No Pn 221 2U
C II fi O. 'lSOJ ISO '' pfd ' -4.H) 4SJ
CMAStP... iN Y Cei 1001,10)!
Del .till 05J WiJ Omaha i JWJ lH
1) 1UV.. 1I0J 111 ' pM I (151 III
D Alllo ... II 10 Oro Trans...! Wi 2.11.
Erie le 17, Oro Hall..., W Ml
Ello 2s 72 Tit Pa Mull f.23 52,
Kutl.tTx... 25? 20 Reading I 18 171
Ills Cell IH2J liW Rock Is 123 123
N J Cell 411 12 St Paul 70 70J
L Shore 7(!J 70 , " pfd Ill 111)
I, .t Nash,.. 10) 1(1 Tcx.fcl'n... 181 1
Man Con,... 1055 105 U Paclllc... 51J 61
Mich Cc OHi (W W Sh 1st...
Mo Pa 07i 7t WUTel.... 72J T21
N West 0!1 ir.V Oil...... IQltllOII
Tho following summary Is by II. K. Plain
it Co., St. Cloud building, Ninth and F
B. K. Plain it Co,, St. Cloud building,
furnish tho following Oil quotations: Closed
yesterday, 101; opened to-day, 101; high
est, 102), lowest, 10U ; 2:15, 102.
Tho following uro closing quotation of
tho Washington Stock Excliango to-day as
fiirnlslied by Messrs. Towers it Green,
bankers, 1421 F street:
Washington A Georgetown bonds 120
North Capitol it O Street 42
Washington City Gaslight Co 30
Georgetown " "
Firemen's Insurance Co
Franklin Insuranco Co
National Met, Insuranco Co
National Union Insurance Co 18)
Arlington Insurance Co
Coicoran Insuranco Co
Columbia Insuranco Co 10J-
(lei maii-Aiuci lean Insuranco Co 132
Potomac Insuiaueo Co 47
Biggs Insuranco Co 53
Boind Pub, Woiks Green 8s 05)
Masonic Hall Bonds 102
Washington Market Co. Stock 18J
" " " Bonds 105
Inland it Sea, Coast Co. Stock
" " " '' Bonds
Washington Brick Machine Co. Stock.. .100
Bank ot Washington 72
" ' 3d
National Met. Bank 145
National Bank o( tho Republic
Farmers' it Mechanics' National Bank
of Georgetown 145
Citizens' National Bank 10d
Second Natlomd Bank
Central National Bank 105
Great Falls Ico Co
Ileal Estato Title Insuranco Co 001
Pennsylvania Telcphono Co 473
Chesapeake it Potomac Tel. Co 03
U. S. Electric Light Co 30
New York Stato.
From Cold Storage, Vermont.
Extra Cholco i:lgln and York State.
Extra Largo Capo Cod.
10-pou lid Baskets.
Extra Largo and Medium.
Princess Paper Shell Almonds,
33 cents per round.
Very low. Largo Assortment.
Cincinnati Sugar-cured IToms,
13 Cents per Pound.
Sugar-cured DreaUfnst Dacou,
Always rrcsli and Crisp.
Mniulhellng Java Collce,
Extra New Mackerel,
Extra cholco. Natural color.
Pure Fruit and Sugar (warranted),
in pint glass Jars. luOrtoz, Only
$3,50 per doz. Croat bargain,
428 Ninth Street, bet, D and E.
PEA0E1 PEA0E! PEAOE!
WILSON'S CnU'.DIIATKD WHISKY,
I).U1'I'Y MALT W11IHKV,
BOYAL C1I11UI AMI) CABINET WHISKY,
Cor. Third mill A ts. s. o,
BROWNING & MIDDLET0N
Wholesale and Ilotall Dealers In
Groceries, Pino Wineo, &o.
Agents for WUKNUlt'S
A Tiiro American Wlno. All tho host Foreign
Cordluls und Ulttcrx, Wo uro nlso Agents for
tho celoliruted CI.Y81II0 WATKlt, and Oat
vln bliufer's WILD OlIEUltY HOCK AND
California Universal Insect Exterminator
llarmlcss to 3Ian and Domostlo Animals.
n. w. iiui:ciii:t,r
anll'tf 13-a V Street.
Flour, Wlno mill Orucory Jrerclumts'
Oil to OKI Peuna. Avenuo.
W. R. SPEARB,
010 F BTItEET NQItTHWEBT.
Everything strictly first-class nnd on tho
most rcasouablo terms. (Cuinp Chairs to.hlro
for all occasions.)
437 SEVENTH STKEET N. W.
O. P. BURDETTE,
on a ci
Oil TlllIltSDAV, OCTOllCIl H, wo
will dlsplny (ho T.iitcst Novelties In
Itlnek Dress llooils, IllneU unit Colored
Vi'lvcls, Dress Trimmings, Jtuttous,
Cmlimltlcrlcs T.uees, Huiidkrrelilcfs,
Nets, Itlbbuns, lloeH, llrulilH, etc.
E. G. DAVIS,
VI!) -TlnrKct Space-, for. S'.IkUUi Ht.
Our Eastern buyer has Just returnod from
New York, wbcro ho has spent tho past 10
days In selecting Jgomls specially udaptcdto
the wants of tho best retail trade.
Black Dress Goods.
Wo havo added larrcly to this department,
and can show nil the nnwost midmost desirable-
styles In Silk", bilk und Wexilen and
All-wool Dress (Joods. Wo mention lthon
ltobes, Tufted Itobes, Embroidered ltobo,
Homespuns In black and lilnok and gray; Now
I'mmd'H Hair Effects, Bouclo Cloth, Ilouretto
Cloth, lncllsh nnd Scotch (ioods In gray mix
tures: Lupin's celebrated Black floods, Dlnck
dJroadeloth and Trleots for Tallor-nudo suits.
Tho Indications nt present nro thnt Feather
Trimmings will bo largely used this season.
Wo have them from H7o to Js tier yard, In all
styles nnd colors, Wonlo ohow a great va
riety In lllaek and Colored Clicnlllo Fringes,
JIoss Trimmings, Headed Olmp nnd Frlnj:o,
Drop Tilmmlngs, Fur Trimmings, etc. Our
llution stock Is unsurpassed. Our stock of
Black and Colored Velvets Is worthy of spo
clal mention, ns they wcro bought recently nt
less than cost of Importation. Wo have full
lines nt USc, SI 13 and SMS per ynrd, all good
vuluo aud cannot bo matched at tho price.
Wo nro acknowledged headquarters for Ttlb
bans. All widths and colors can be found In
our stock. Wo sell All-Silk, Hatln nnd Uros
('rain ltlbbon, cood riuallty.Mo. Bat ISO, No.
It! at 15opcryaid. Satin and Vulvot llllibons
Miy client), l'uney Illbbons, Watered ltllj
bo nf, all the latest novelties.
Wo nro offering nn AlM.lnen Ilomstileliod
Ilundkcrclilcf, very ttno eiunllty. nt 17ej worth
93c We havo beautiful new stylos In Fancy
Hemstitched und Embroidered Handkerchiefs
at !!St'i lino Colored-Bordered llnnilkerelilefs
nt K'cj former prlco, Sjo;, All-Linen, now
styles, Colorcd-lloidered Hemstitched Haiut
Kcruliletsut lOe. Wo havo olegant Flno French
llnnd-Embroldcred Handkerchiefs from SJ.W
to sis each.
Wo have Just added to our stock nn elegant
lino of Ladles' nnd Children's Merino Under
wear, to which wo Invito attention. Superior
Makes nnd Low Prices will bo tho ntlructlve
fentiircH of this department. Wo havo nlso
lidded n eompleto line of Tnblo Linens, Tow
els, Nnpklni, Doylies, Truy Cloths, eto.i In fact
o ei ythlng In t bo way ot Tublo Linen, sultublo
for hotels nnd fumllles,
Our stock of Embroideries, Laces, Plain and
Bended Nets, Kid nud Cashmere Cloves,
Dlnck Merino. Cotton and Silk Hosiery, Plain
und Fuuey Braids, Quilled Silk uud Satin
Linings, hoaps, Perfumery, Fancy Goods und
Notions Is full and complete. Wo handle only
lellablo goods and will guarantee stylos, qual
ity und prices.
Hew Goods Received Every Day
719 Market Space. Cor. Eighth St
L C, DAVIS,
316-310 Seventh St, N, W,,
Not ImvliiB Issued nny curds or lnvl
tntloii, we In lie Hits medium ofciilllup;
your ntlciitlou nnd InvltliiK you to our
Which will tnko placo on
Tuesday, Oet. 6
Wednesday, Oet. 7,
When Wo Shall Display
Enlisli SoudI Hats,
As well lit llaiiilHOiiio Doslciis of our
'Yu hLiiII .Show nit tluit Is Novel nnd
Fall, Winter and Evening Wear
For l.ndles, Misses nud Clilldron.
Attractive Display in All
On tlio llvoiilngs of tho Alinvo Dnys
wostiiill Itcopun ill H mill remiilu npiiu
until 10 p. in., for tlio display or Our
Miuw Idioms. Diirlui; tliose two hours
no goods will bo sold,
Wo Cordially Invito You All.
WITH CltUAT 11ESPE0T,
814 Seventh Street Northwest,
CONTINUATION OF OUlt OHANI)
Fall Opii of French Pattern Hats and Snub
AND ALL TIM!
XovchlcH lii tin- .IMMIiieiy I, Inc. iih well iih I.nilleH', MIn-m-m nud tllill
In order tonlvonchnneotothosowho wcro .rovenlcd from lnpcetlnit nur irrcnt ills
piny, wo have concluded to contlnno until otherwise notlned our (Ireat Pall Openlnir.
wllh now attractions as they arrive dully. As wo anticipated, our opening was nurand
fiiciiss, nnd nny Inadvertence on our part wo lieu' to ho overlooked, as the rush was so
punt that It was Impossible to pny our customer tho unnl attention wo desired and tint
thcyhutourljilit to expect. We will endeavor to make up for tholack of attention nt
jour next cull. Wo tbiink you, ono nud all, for your Kcncrotu support, uud wo will over
stllvn to bo worthy of It.
Wo pay attention to two line exclusively, of which wo make a specialty, nnd of which
wo carry' the larucsl and choicest stock In tho city. Thoy nio
Millinery in All Its Branches
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Wraps.
Tho cxtenslvcncss of our purchases enables u to buy direct from tho manufacturer
nnd linpoiter, nnd tongrcnt extent wo Import our good direct, which places us in a posi
tion to slvo our customers Iho prollt of the Jobber and middleman.
Our Depni'tiiicnt of Trimmed mid Iliitrliiimi'it IIuIn snoaks for Itself. It
rcnitlresno coininendntion on ourpnrt. Wo dcslro to stato thnt wo sell n tine yilkliounil
1'clt Hut, such us ore sold cltowhcro for SI and for ?5c, nt 10o only.
Our AVInir mid llii'd Itciinrtiin-iit represents orerUV) style, comluc from nil
rnrts rf Iho Rlole. A most wonderful collcctlun, at prices that Insure n rapid sale.
Oiif A'i'I vot nopiutmi'iit Is stooked with tho cholcost of brand., Wo sell a Silk
Velvet, all colors, nt ra a yard only. Hotter than advertised elsewhere at (1 and at Slo
n jurd, width we substantiate or inonoy refunded.
Our Dopnrtiiient In f'lilldrou'H nnd IIhson' Trlniiiird mill lln
t rimmed IIhIm surpasses nnythliiR ever exhibited, at romarkubly low prlco.
Our Tip unit I'liimo Depnrt incut Is slmjily Immense.
Our Depart moot of I.iwIIoh', MImmom' und Clilldrcu'H Vloiilts stands un
llrulcd, nnd Is beyond doubt tho largest In tho city, eomprlslne ovcry stylo and nil of tho
iliflerent materials. In fact, wo have Imported tho best part of our Cloaks from Ilcrlln
direct, and wo aio showing exclusive styles of our own, which havo not been duplicated.
Como nnd ceo our ulcftuut lino of Chllilron's nnd Misses' Coat at S'-."", S-'l ami 31.
In Bsklwrynti not to purchase until you' havo Inspected our goods and ascertained our
irltes, wouroelnecro In saving you nt leusts.1 iky cent.
Wo s illicit a call, and wo oro pleased tosbuw you our goods wholher you nro prepared
KING'S PALACE, 814 7th .St.
llcforo making your Fclcctlou you should seo our lines ot "f?OErPI"H3E,"ElS.
Over CO dlffcrint patterns ranging from S5 to SI 10 n window.
UriIOL&TLltY GOODS 111 all qualities.
Is our specialty. NOTTINGHAM, ANTIQUE, SWlbS, IJItUSS KLS and ItEAL LACE In groat
variety. JIADltAS CUItTAINS In nil shadings.
C'ni'potN in All t.'i'ndcH nnd tunlltlcM nt LowcHt Cnsti I'rlci'M.
Parlor, Library, Dining-Room, Office & Ohambor Furniture
In nil Woods.
Cnllnndseous. Wo promleo you ood ('oods, Low t'rlcoM, l'nlr Dentins. lo
lite Attention and an J'udlPHMKtot-k. from which tomako your selection,
801 Market Space.
Selling Out, Selling Out. Selling Out.
To Close Business.
Tlio F.ntlro Stock of tho
Otl'ei'od nt u Hncrlllee.
Stock consists of
Over i:!,Co0 yards of Itlbbons, all widths and
colors, at less than cost..
a,WX) yards of Hamburg Edging, nt loss
:i,(C0 yards Silk und Cotton Luces, at just
l.coo straw Hats, halt price.
Flowers und Feathers, half price.
Gooils uro mnrked In plain llguies, nnd cus
tomers can readily teo what reductions uro
I.CC0 dozen 1'earl Dress Ilnttons loss than
Largo lot of Olovos nnd Small lot of Stock
ings' nt less than cost.
Alto Velvets, Sutlns, Velvet itlbbons,
C'lnrk's Spool Cotton, Snool Silks, Dress
Shields, l'npcr (.'ambries, Doxter's Knitting
Cotton, Onrlcr Elustles, frapo Veil, English
(.'rapo, I'ocketbooks. Combs, Unlrplns, Pins,
Needles nnd Fancy Ooods generally.
Goods must be sold nnd prlcos will bo low.
Fixtures for salo. Stock remaining unsold
will bo disposed of ut miction about Oet. 15.
New M IIIwf Store,
tt'H) Hoventli Ntreet.
007 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Dresses Elegnntly mado In tho Latost Styles
by First-class Artists, Tullor-ninde Stilts a
Specialty, Dresses, Clonks nnd Mnntlos Cut.
Fitted nud Droned nt enonubl.i Prices. All
Woik Done with Promptness und Fully tlunr
?llt. .Jl'.OJttii: AVIIITM.
LADIES' TAlI.Olt AND IIA1UT-MAKER,
7il) Seventeenth btrect Northwest,
Will mnko Ladles' Dresses, etc., during Sep
tember and October uttho following prices;
Cloth Costumes, Lndles' own material, 315;
Coats, 810: Newmarkots, $15; Dcatrlco, $18;
Hiding llaiilt8, SIS; Silk Costumes, 315; liven
ing Deception Dresfcs, etc., $18 und upward;
cloth Costumes, cvcrjtliluK fiirnlslioil, from
$10; other garments correspondingly. Special
attention to Wedding Outtlts, In which Mr,
Whlto has mado n great success. Cutting and
Fitting. I'utterns made to order. uoSMf
I'JIIih KTOOIC Ol'
For Ladles, Children and acntlcmon.
WM. R. RILEY,
Illtey ISull.tliiz. Car. till, uuil DSIs.u.iv
For Cooking l'urposes.
For Ilcatlns by f umaco.
For heating by Lnlrobo.
For Open Orates.
It Is Easily I(;nlted.
It Makes a Quick', Hot Fire.
It Docs Not Hum Out tho Grate.
It Is Economical,
It Will Vay to Try It.
FOH SALE HV THE
Washington Gaslight Com'y.
40 Huslels, Crushed 8J j
SB llusliols, Ciiihbod.....
40Hushels, Not Crilsbod SO
SSUubhvls, Not Crushed DO
taiTDellvered to Any I'art of Washington
BOTTOM CASH PRICES,
308 and 310 Eighth Street.
III Art Colors, ,
HOUSE & FRESCO PAINTING.
DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES FUItNISIIED.
CAltl'KTN AXI) I'AJIltH'N.
Agents for Morris Si Co.
P. HANSON HISS & CO.,
SI.1 l'lnecnlh Mtrppt S. W.
Wo Invite an Examination of Oar
DECENT IMrOItTATIONS FltOM
London,- Berlin and Vienna,
Added to well-selected purchases of
A-xn oipJLoaXL G-oocLs
Makes nil uttraetlvo oxhlbltlon of
Novelties and Useful Articles.
HAYWARD & HUTCHINSON
1!M KlntU Ktrcct X. W.
FIREMEN'S INSURANCE CO,,
Cl.nrli'i'.id by Ciin;roKs, 1K37.
Capital, $200,000. Wus, $164,003
NEW BTJILDIKQ, N. 11. Cor, Bavtrnth Stmet
and Louisiana Avenuo.
AI.1IEI1T A. WILSON, President.
Titos. I'AUKEII, Vlco-I'rosldent.
0. W. HOWARD, Speretnry,
II. II, 11AZA1I1), Ass't See'.
iiiti jucuo luiiiuu ruo ins. lu,,
010 I'll, Avo. N. 'W.,AViisliliigtiiii, 1). O.
DASH OAI'ITAI.i $11)0,001).
EDWAltD CL.V1IK, Tros.
SAMUEL CIIOSS, Seo'y. null-tf
New York Hats.
Tlio Flfth-nvenuo loll Stylo3BUlc nnd
Derby Hnta Introduced by Dunlap li
Co,, now road! nt
WILLETT & ROUFF'S
OOIS l'eiinsylvunlii Avenuo Northwest.
Sclilitz's Milwaukee Lager,
THE HEST IN THE DIST111CT.
BAMUEL 0. PALMDR, Ageut,
1WI TWENTY-N1NTII 6T, NOltTHWEST
Drew's New Drug Store,
NINTH ST. AND I'ENN. AVB.
taropen all night.
1111 Ponn. Ave.,
Spring and Summer
Overcoatings &. Trouserings
Of my own Importation, nowrooclvcd. Ocntlo
men, please enll, lnsM.'ct ami loavo jour or
ders at tho Leading Tailoring 1'stAbllstimont
of Washington. Dost (Joods. Ilest Trim
mings. Nono but flrst-elnss workmon om
ployed nt 1111 Pennsylvania Avenuo.
Importer and Tailor.
E. B. BARNUM & CO
031 Ponrm. Avonuo.
Tho llcst $1 School Shoo
Tho Heft Wo School Hat
Tlio llcst Wo School Pants
Tho Ilest COo School Shirt Waist
Tho llcst Wo Undershirt
Tho Host fo Canton Flannel Drawers
Tho Ilest SLU) Hoys' Long rants
The Dost S2W Hoys' Suit of Clothes
Tho Hest 81.00 Youths' Suit of Clothes
The Host S5.00 Men's Suit of Clothoa
IN TOWN, AT
CT. -W- SELBT'S,
11)1 1 AND 1010 PENN. AVE.
WASHINGTON, D. O.
ARMY & 1TAVY ITEADQUABTER8.
ruuit nto.v nut: kscipks
Ti;itBIS-$n,OI) iiiul $1.00 per Dny. ,
Pennsylvania nvcnuo, near Fourteontli stroot,
Special rates for Summer .Months.
CLINTON 1IOUSK, 7TII AND I ST8.
n wj llrst-elass tablo board and hirga
rooms at reusonnblo rates: location central.
WM. O. NAYLOII. Proprietor. jyil-tt
T. JABllJS' IIOTJ'.L,
Sixth street und l'cnnsylvnnla nvenuo.
' L. WOUUUUltY, l'roprlotur.
iii:ai tvjxi: fAiti.oits,
1123 O ST., OI'I'OSITH UIOGS HOUSE.
Arouirl tho corner 15tlt nnd O Btrcots.
ecZUt Wnshlngton, 1). C.
1323 P Strett IT. W , 0pp. tlio Ebbitt,
AVASIIINOTON, 1). C.
(Tho Clarendon, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.)
C. LOSI'.KAjr, l'roprlotor.
Wo Otrorl'lrst-Cluss (I I'or Oout. IloiiiU
for Iiivostiiivnl, "Which AVo C'liu
Itecoinini-iiil t.i I'orsm.s Wlsliliig
Special attention given to Departmental
nnd other Collections, Hay nnd sell United
btatcs Honda aud All District Soourltlos. Wo
DRAFTS AND CIItCULAIt LETTERS OP
C11ED1T ON EUltOI'E AND THE EAST.
TOWERS & GREEN,
no. i-ia v STittxT Noiti'iiWRsr,
Washington, P. C.
CAMPBELL & CO.,
Stoclc. Grain, Provision and PeirolGum
1429 Fonnn. Avo. (Up otali'3).
Direct wire to New York mid Chicago.
J. VANCE LEWIS,
Stocks,- Grain, Provisions
I.o Droit Dullillng, lllgbtli nud V sts.
Largo and Small Quantities. Strictly on
Comralfslon, Trivato Wires. Constant Quo
tations. OSlco open from 8 a. in. to (i p. m.
B. K. PLAIN & CO.,
Grain, Provisions, Petroleum
ST. CI.OUl) 11U1I.H1NO,OT1I & V SIS',
Wnshlngton, 1). C.
Cllyieferences-Natloual Hunk ot tho Ito
Chicago Coirespondcnts-SIILllIND, HOD
Constant riuotatlons of tho Chicago nnd
Now York Markets houi dliect prlvuto wiles.
1'. II. L1I.I.EY. V. A. KENDia.
F. B. LILLEY & CO.,
ItANKUItS AND IIUOKHIIS.
fltocke, Bondj, Grain i Provlslonu and
111.7 V BTHEET,?!. W., WASlllNCTO!;, D, O.
Hruocb Ofliee No. ! South HollUlay Btroot,
D. W. ('I.KUfi'H ,
f'niiililiiiitlon I.ett.H-.SI.eeli.iid l.nvolopn
tV"r 'ilittem ! Notices. Dills, HtatomenU, OU
eulars ot ull !; In boxes of tf), W, 100, JJ),
dCOnnd l.uiOeaeh. .. ,
Will dlnpeiiKu with Envelopes.
Will mio Weight In Hostugo.
eui Kttvn 'limn unit Trouttte.
Tlio 1'osloHlco Btumps will show datq ot do-
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T V WA'PICItrt
1 fin M,iiv Vitrlr nvnntin
Solo Agt. lor Washington and Alexandria
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