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tSaBByfetaaMMgi -sier -"-" I . i, , THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SATUltDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10, 1885. . n M I ' 4 v!i . WASHINGTON CRITIC j7;,m: ixowatiuxs. For the Middle Atlantic Sratei", generally f..lr weather, winds shlftltiij to southerly, piiccdcd by variable winds lu southern por tu ns, lower Imrometcr, slightly warmer, for Wiindny, warmer, fair weather Is Inelratttl for New Knglntid oml lliu Mid dle Atlnntlc states. 'riiri'ttionirtci' Hemlines. Thermometer readings, October lO; 3 n. m., 4FMI; 7 o. in., it)".'i; 11 n. in., BU'.Oj October Hs Mean tcinpcr.itnre, W.0; maximum, r.7".','; inlnlinutn, 'IS.0; mean rclattvo humidity, N)'.;i. AlllllHCflK'lllX. AMUron's '.Mli'linclStrogoff." National Mill". Itlioii. Komi's 'The breadwinner." Iliwoii's "lllgllnimiimi." rilKATMBCllXIIJI'l. Alll'O O.llOS. , Dim Ml'ski-x Dim A. Kelly.,, .aovit'r livcoiw, tfrntiNAi, (.'oi-irr Jiisllco MacArthur. l!oo Fetrosc, larceny; reeosjilruuco for feited. Michael C'nvnnuaugli ami Andrew Jackson, liniisebreaMiip;; pleaded not guilty. William Wilson mid .lames Temply, second offeutu jicllt larceny; plcadod not Kiillty. JnntM Mooic, assaulting; nfllccr: Pleaded not (iillty. ilolm Lostou, Emma Johnson ami Mary Coleman, larceny; pleaded not guilty. Solomon Contee, convicted ot policy; 0 months In Jail. Thomas llrooke, convicted of policy; 11 months In jail. Mark Drown, convicted of larceny; scu teuco reduced to !1 years. KquiTV CofiiT Justice. Itagncr. Xlck trson vs. N'lcherson; commission ordered to Issue to get evidence of Aznr II. Nicker-f-on of Cnlhciim.', Canada. I it z vs. illtz; pro confesso ngalnst (leorito Illtz. Han cock vs. IlaLrock ct nl.; commission or dered to Issue to (jet answer of Infant de fendants. Couiit lx (in.sr.itu, Teum Chief Justice. Cartteraud Justices Cox, James and Mcr ilclc. Wnllaeo Klllot it Co. and Howell vs. I'rott; argument concluded ami cause tulinlttcd. I'omck Couiit Judeo Sncll. Miry Moten, ofsault; 1)0 days. l.lzsdo Kurlony, loud and isulstcrons; $6 or 15 days. -Matthew I'cnzera, assault; f or If. days, mid $CC0 bonds to keep tlio pence. I.co 1 lo.is mits, Sandy Turner, lllrncy Collins, James llrcoks, Jofiu Jackson, (leorno llutler and Win. Ackton, colored, disturbing t lis quiet of West Washington; $." or 15' days each. John Pratt, embezzlement, crand Jury; 1 onds J.'JOO. Jenny Stiinby, colored, loud rind lolslcrous: $5 or 15 days. local main's. J. W. UoTiii.r.u A Son Solicit un examination Of their laigo a&sorlinent of Dinner, defscit and tea sets, Cutlery, toilet goods, l'latcd watc, lamps, bronzes, (llasawarc, l'arlan goods, Jluutel ornaments, brle-a-brar, Fancy goods generally ot our own Direct Importation, embracing many Useful, desirable and ornamental Household rcnulsltcs. .f C'atulonui'S cuiit.ilnln" full list of hntisn- liftptng articles with many valuable liouso- noimreceipis, grans, ). v. uoteleii iv Son, 1)23 l'cnusylvanln avenue. Tun employes In Charles Damn's storo will glvo their fourth crand ball at Masonic Temple, Wednesday, November 11. Chains and Charms $3 to $10, (Jold Itlngs $3 to $15. Frank's, -157 I'cnna. avc. Caiiuoi.i. Institutij has elected the fol lowing olllccrs for lliu ensuing year: .Major Edmond Mullet, president; Messrs. Frank 1". May, first vice-president; Ocorgo Hogus, fccond vice-president; Henry W. Sohon, iccordlng secretary; John lllnghain, cor responding sccictary; Charles L. Clark, treasurer; .Matthew )l. Johnston, editor; J. A. Watts, J. Il, Casey, C. Fallon, It. K. White, D. 1. Murphy, additional members of tho board of directors. ThoJIbrary con tains 2.8C0 volumes. Tho membership Is !H0. During the year Improvements to the hall havu been made at a cost of $1,03.1. Receipts for tho past year amounted to $.2,073.31. Salvation On., the greatest euro on earth for pain, has inadou most brilliant debut, l'rlce i!3 cents, JlANAorn Hntzoo of tho Ninth Street Opera House has leased tho Academy of Jluslc at IJIchmoud, Va., for theatrical pur poses. Tun finest assortment of parlor suites up holstered In silk uud Mohair plushes at tho lowest prices. Drcltbarth's, Odd-Fellows' Hall. A riinuiiiNAitY hearing in tho caso of tho Italian woman connected with tho countctfcltlog caso was hehlnt tho Fifth rreclnctstatlon-llouso before United States Commissioner 31111s yesterday afternoon. Suveral witnesses wero examined, and tho cvhliuco against the prisoners was so con clusive that they wcro committed for tho grand jury In default of $3,000 ball. Tho caso against Oulsseppl Uusipotta was con tinued until next week, owing to tho nb tfcnco from tho city of nn Importaut wit ness. At HuDiir.N's now furnltiiro and carpet Installment home, IBS Seventh street noith weet, furniture, carpets, rugs, mats, oil cloths, matting, baby carriages and every thing which n housekeeper requires tomako homo pleasant and nttructlvo nro bold on Iho liistalhncut plan. Call and bo convinced that ho sells on easier terms and nt lower prices than any other man or linn In tho installment business. Terms to suit all. Matthew 1'enuuiia, who lives In a bad locality of tho city, was behind tho bars at tho 1'ollco Court to-day for making a sav age assault on his wlfo Ncttio. Howas com mitted lu default of a $5 lino and $300 bonds to keep tho peace. . The Kthlcal Society meets to-morrow at II p. iu., corner Sixth and C streets. J.cciuro uy ji. n. jiiti,s, esq. Subject for lecturo and discussion, vuoucrn l'essl- inism." Colonet. Wooii reappears In to-morrow's lssuo of thu Sunday (Jasttlt after his sum mer vacation, Ills article Is a very Inter estluc ono fully up to his accustomed etamlaid. "Invlslblo's" letter Is specially and locally interesting. Don't fall to buy and read tho Sunday Gazette to-morrow. Wi: enow tho most romplcto stock ot clothing In tho city. If you will tako a look through our building you will find a verification of what wo 6.iy. Klseman llroR., corner Sovcnth and K streets, manu facturing clothiers. Mil Thomas Dowi.ino yesterday sold at auction tho blooded brood maros ofOouer.il V., F. llealo's breeding establishment. Maisy Motun, a colored girl, was beforo Judge Sncll this inorulug for assaulting u llttlo daughter of Officer Colo nt Sixth stioct und llhodo Island avcniio and Inter fering with whlto girls whllo thoy aro go lug to and from school, Sho was scut to Jail for thirty daje. Duels IIiintciM Ilusy. Tho past few days of rnlu ami cool weather has mailo duck gunning somewhat brisk for tho bportsmen, and largo munbors ofthim lake advantage of tho opportunity along the Virginia shores. Tho ducking eeatou Is tho best In many yoais. "JiihIIi'h Old Stniid," 010 D street northwest, buys gent' socond hand clothing. Nolo by mall attended to. Aftrr Trill n Wrprkwx. Tho police aro at work trying to discover Iho patties who made two unsuccessful at tempts to wreck a local train between this city and Alexandria lot Thursday. Tho train left Washington at 0:35 and roachod Alexandria at lljlfl o'clock. Tho first at tempt was made, as tho train neared tho depot here, by tho changing of a switch, which was discovered In time to provent tho local train from colliding with p. number ot freight cars which wcro etundlng ou a sido tract:. Thu second was mado u short time lifter by placing a largo stono upon tho track, which was struck by tho engine ou Its returu trip nud thrown from tho track. Jtnby Onriingi'H. refrigerators, carpets and furnltiiro sold on weekly or monthly payments nt Smith's, 413 New Jersey arcnuo northwest. Xni'di'llo Deiih'M JIN Crime, Aulonlo Nardcllo, recently Indicted for inuidcr, pleaded not guilty, through Colo nel Maucosos, who acted as Interpreter, In tho Criminal Court this morning. Ho looks inuru better than hu did whon iirroitod, Jail ftro cvldcutly agicclug with him, ivust u'Asitixaro.y. Fifteen boats loaded with coal Imvo ar rived since last report. John M. Vent, who was lined $5lu tin 1'ollro Court yesterday for fhthtlug on II1lt.Ii street , was lined nn addnional t-'i this inoinlug for using Insulting remarks to John l.uiklns In tlio court-ioom after tho llrst I'Me wis tried. Dis. Appleby anil Decker linvu lono on a hunting I'Xpedlllon to tho Allegheny Moun tains. They oxpect to bo absent throo weeks. Mr. l'enrcc, Iho cnrrlngo builder on Ihlity-srconil street, has Jut finished for -Mr. Austin Hcrr n truek wagon 31 loot long, Including fool-board, mid 0 feet wide. Iho truck, which has a very haiidHomoW' painted cover, representing, six -Tlfircreut brands of Hour, Jjuldn fntlbarrels of Hour, mm iq.w no urnwn ny six norses. I . T'ciu Herat il ro nud condition of waler at 7 a. in.: (Ireat Falls, temperature, 50; condi tion, Ui receiving reservoir, temperature, Oil; condition nt north connection, ilil; con dition at south connection, 5; distributing icscrvolr, temperature, KlJ condition nt In Uncut gate-house, IX); condition at diluent gate-house, W. Thin IciiIh All. lied Flannel, 15c. per yard; ITnlaiindcrcd Shirts, ."K!e.; Dress tloods, IJc; Double Mono Corsets, -inc.; new lot of Dress lliitlons, 4c. per do..; Ladles' and Men's Heavy Vests from 'JUc.up; Twill Crash, 4c. yard; splen did :i-Dutton Kids only Nk, all new shuduo. All kinds of Hosiery, Underwear and Dry floods nt tho lowest prices. Our Now maikets and Visiles readv for linpectlon. M. Nl'.WMIEII, 700 Sovcnth it. nud t!0 Pciiiin. avc. Ari'iiluncd In Court. Tho following pel -.ons were arraigned In Iho Criminal Court this morning nud pleaded not guilty: Michael Cnvanu.vtigh, housebreaking; Andrew Jackson, house breaking; Win. Wilson and James Temple, second ofTenso petit larceny; Joiucs Monro, assaulting policeman; John Calnn, larceny; ljimm Johnson nnd Mary Coleman, lar ceny; Antonio Nnrdello, atlas Michael ltoss, alias Frank Doss, murder of Cnrmliio Ho- luuno. -- - ItolilierlcM ltcpo'icl. Thomas M. Knight of tho Tremont House reports that a coat worth 93 was stolen from his room yesterday. I'hlllp J. Harry, who resides between Slxlh and Seventh and (1 and 11 streets, reports that whllo asleep on n bench In Juencmaiin's garden laM night n gold yvatch was stolen from his pocket. Two gray blankets wero stolen from Iho yard of J. H. liolnml, ID7J N street, on tho bth instant, liich.ud Cole man of 1010 Kleventli street reports that ho has been lobbed of $7.50. Klghtocn chick ens have Icon stolen from Mr. Tolllver in Hillsdale. Colonel .Jo.vco'h IIool.. Colonel John A. Joyce, our Joyce, re turned from Now Yoik to-day, whero ho mado Iho final arrangements for tho publi cation ot his now volume, entitled "l'ccullarl'oems." It will bo shot oft at tho public tu n short time at ono dollar a shoot. Colonel Joyce, and ho could not bo Colonel Jojco yvcre ho not truthful, says that his new volume, will contain tho finest poetiy that has been written slnco tho days ot Homer. FINANCIAL. Xow York Mtoclt Market. The following have been furnished by J. Vnnco J.ewls, broker, southwest corner j.igmu nnu v sueeis: NAME. ' O. 3 -10 1 NAME, 10 Can T.i Cell I'll C II it Q.... CM.tStl.. Del it H.... Dli.tW... 1) itlllo 0.. Krlo Krlo 2s Knn it T.X.. Ills Ccn N J Ccn.... I. Shore 1. it Nash.. .Man Con... Mich Cen.. Mo l'a N West 103 -1(1 I p'fd I I5SJI BO No l'a ISDjiK'OsI lifd .'llllj 1IJ3J ! laj 3U in -m ,. l Ccn... ;)5J MJlOmaba .1003 ,1 I3 lOttf Mi 07 313 8(1 15J ;lltilllji " pfd llljl 111 I'Oro Trans.. ,' 'Mi J3I3 .1 H5 , r3j .103 Will isx.Oro Hall... 73J Wil l'a Mall 208) ai Heading.... 13'iiHfBl Kock 13 43 I 13 St 1'aul 70 J- 77JI, " pfd Wii -17 I.Tox it l'u.. lOOJilOOJ !u l'aclllc... 00 I fllHV Sli 1st SOj! 81 ,111 , 31 51 110? 301 519 lO0jllO0jlVV"UTcl... l0.'lJII0l,Oll I ?J?i 733 lOUilOll Cilll'llO .lIlllld'lH. The following summary Is by II. K. Plain it Co., St. Cloud building, Ninth nnd F. streets: O. II. L. I C. Wheat Nov bill 001 SSI! 8S5 Dec 'JIB May ai Corn Nov 40! Dec May 3S Oals Nov t!.-3 031 00! 00) mi 401 40J 101 8R1 233 33 35 253 258 Dec May 202 Folk Nov 8U21 291' 8fi35 203' 8 271 203 8 371 8 33 5 03 5 03 JJce BIO May Lard Nov I 5 05 aw SLIO 5 03 5 03 5 071 Dec C07V U00 Jiny I 11. K. Plain it Co., St. Cloud building, furnish the following Oil quotations; Closed jesterday, 1011; opened to-day, 1018; high est, 1018, lowest, 1002; 3:15, 101J. AVilsliinutiiu Htoi'UH. Tho following aro cloMng quotations of tho Washington Stock F.xcliango to-day as furnished try Messrs. Towers it Green, bankers, 1421 V sticet: Washington & Georgetoyvn bonds 120 Metropolitan OS Columbia 01 North Capitol A O Street 43 Anaeostla 10 Washington City Gaslight Co 30 Georgetown " " Firemen's Insurance Co Franklin Insurance Co National Met. Insurance. Co National Union JnsurnncoCo 181 Arlington Insurance Co Coicoran Insurance Co Columbia Insiirnnco Co 101 German-American Insuranco Co 130 1'otomuc Insuranco Co 47 lilggs Insuranco Co Hoard Pub. Woiks Green 8a 00 Masonic Hall Bonds 103 Washington Market Co. Stock " " " Uouds Inland it Sea. Coast Co. Stock " " " " llonds Washington' Dilck Machluo Co. Stock. ..107 Dank of Washington 73 " " Sli National Met. Dank in." National Dank of tho llcpitbllc 155 Fanners' it Mechanics' National Dank of Gcoicetown 1 15 Citizens' National Hank 100 Second National Dank Central National Dank Great Falls Ico Co Heal Kstato Title Insurance Co 031 Pennsylvania Telephone. Co 43! Chesapeake it Potomac Tel. Co 031 U. S. F.lcctrlc Light Co 25 "Alileriiey Uuli-y IViutoim'" Fresh Aldciney butter, churned ovory moinlng nud dellveied In J It). "Ward" in lilts, 35c, pcrlti, Also cottage cheese, tnittcrmllk nud sweet milk, 5c. per qt. Cicam, 15c. per pint. :u.K!tii:i. llAltlllS-UVKItllAUT-Married, October Tlh, In Itockvlllo, hyJtov. Alfred T. (Jmhiiin, Mr. .lelTerMin Davis llnnls and Miss Kttto i:eibart, both of Montnoraery County, Mil. roX-WIIH'-Murrlod, at tho I.utliernu rurtonap, l'rodeilck. on September SI last, L- lle. Dr. Dlehl, Mr. Cliarlos K. Fox of Fred erick County, nnd MN Francos E. Whip of Montgomery County, Mil. HEA1.I--I'KT1'.U-Mnrrleil, nt tho Presby terian Church, Darnnstmvn, on WmIhusiIiiv atlirm.on. nt I o'clock, Mr. Inmon .1. Daill and Miss .lennlu, ilausliterof Mr. Alaxaudor 1'cter, all of Dafiiostown. STKVHSS-MAcmi'IlKU-Marrlod. nt St. John's Clmrcli, (ilnoy, on Wednosiluv, Oeto lir 7. by tlio Iter. Win. II. I.alnl, i'lcrrut'. I- tcveiis, son of Jleur Ailmlral litovoui, I'. H. V.iind tiara. youiiKest UuUKhtvr of tho lato lit. Mugruilir. "lOATi; T,11V1:y"" lir" Itnfiu Clmato iiutl hllen O. I.eavey, at Lisbon, .Malno, Ooto her 7, I'M, At hu.no nt llor.nlou, Fairfax County, a. W. R. SPEARB, OiO F STIIEET NORTnWE3T. Iiverythlng strictly first-class nnd on tho most rcnkonablo torus. (Camp Chairs to hlro for all occajions.) X'HIEI LJ) Tho significance, of this, our Opening, can lobest realized by Ihoso who visited tu on this occasion. It being our first forunl Opening, wc wcro naturally very anxious as to results, nnd nllho' "Old l'rob," throw obstacles. In our way In tho clement of lain, Iho success) was liovcrtholesj apparent and doubly gratifying to tu, nud If tho old raying bo true "Coming events cast their shadow before," Surely our futuro Openings havo cast their shadow nnd, mado for us friends. As long as tho DON MA1ICHC purposes to push Its business upon principles that havolhus far proved so beneficial and this It will do wn can rely upon tho people ot Washing ton for their liberal patronage. Great Reduction. -1N- Wc decided to mark down nil of our Pattern Hats and Donncts left over from our Opening In ordcrlto cllsposo of thorn quickly. Thcso Hats have been Imported by us directly from Paris, and aro of unIm.io and latest designs. Our $40 Imported Hats l'ctliiced to $37.50. Our $32 Imported Hats Itetliiccil to $33,50. Our $28 Imported Hats ltcdiiecd In $71, Our $24 Imported Hats Itciluccil to $10. Our $22.50 Imp'd Hats licdtieud In $17.7". In connection with the nliovo wo shall show a largo assortment of trimmed Sats & Bonnets OUR OWN MANUFACTURE. TliC60 Hats have been mado up by ourbost trimmers, tho materials and shapes having been selected with great care. Want of 6jiaco prevents us from describing samo; therefore, quote prices only. S3.50, $5.25, 87, S8.50, SIO, 812, 815. Fine French For Felt Hats Latest Shapes only, nt SI. 13, fully worth 82.33 Best Quality American Felt Hats lit SM3. They would bo cheap at $1.73. A lower grado of American Felt Hats ntCSc. Iteallya bargain nt S1.3I. Now nnd Elcjant Shapos In Children's Trimmed and Un trimmed Hats. JERSEY GAPS. M dozen Jcrsoy Caps, In popular shailos, nt 13c, worth 25c, at 1JKEE3 ion Marche 316-318 Seventh St, N, W,, Strictly One-Priee. I H. Wo closo at 7 p. m., Saturdays, at 0 p. in. rri Ion Marc GENTS' FUn.'JISHtHSS. o cT k: ds: jc KEEP MANUFACTURING CO 437 Sovonth St. N. W., IlIIADWAUTKltSrOll HIT M It would rcqulro too much spaco lo do. peril 0 my stock Indctnll, I yvlll Blmply say that Ills LAllOKUnnd mora COMPI.KTi: than at iinytirciloiis season, nnd I would very re sicclfullynsk that you call and cxnmlnotho rnrlous lines beforo making your purchases. ' My stock Is also complcto lu olcgnnt Neckwear, Collars, Cuffs, Silk nnd Linen H'dkTs, Suspenders, Kid Gloves, Unibrclla3, Half Hose, Etc. iiUY uniiP'.s noons and save fuom 23 TO .10 Will CT'.NT. Oliver P. Burdette, Bole Jgcnt for KEEFS BHIRT3, Etc., 437 Sovonth St. Northwest. DfiY GOODS. Just About Bordering On To II Goad Solid Winter In whnt you might term this lltllo cool snap. Some havo prepared, some nro iirepnilint and others wUh to prepare. To tluwo who havo prepared our liulueemcnts nro of llttlo nffcet; In tl.osnvihonro prenarlim wo wish our In ilmetnents well wrlsucd, If money Is nn Item. and to tho"o that wish to preparo eomo dlrert tons, ns wo know tlio valuo of n dollar no well that you pbnll bo treated by in awo y lh to lm treated when wo buy tho Roods that mo offeicd by our home. Grand Opening of Onr Cloak- Dcnarl m en t , C 0111111 ch cing Friday,Oet 9, A Kpli'iiiliil DlNplnj- ol" Wraps for l.ndicM, AJI.nsom, C'lilldroii uud Iiit'nni.M. Anncenernl thins on such nccnlom otlier lunges tall to muntlonn prleollst, but u.t wn yvlsli to boom this Department, woarocohu toorTer for tho week cinllini this !lllvortle incnt n lino of Cloaks at the following nrliw, which cannot Lo met by nuy house In tho Dii tilet: 1 lot of llaveloeks, nccs 8 to 1(1, SI,!)!), 1 lot of child's llaveloeks, nsos 1 to ll),pluh nnd nstrnehan trinuncil, Si.l!. 1 lot of Infant's long Cashmere Cloaks, satin trimmed, SIX!). 1 lot of Infant's Mother Hubbard Oloaki, In lino Liidles' cloth and wldo Oriental Trimming, 81.K). 1 lot of Jlles tlno Itnvclocks, handsomely trlimncd, uiresd to 14 jears, SI.I'J. 1 lot of Misses' Newmarkets, with cape, pln-h and iiPtriichau trlimncd, SIM. 1 lot Jllesea' Imported Xowmnrkets, hand feme i-tyles, up to 10 years, S5.SI. 1 lot of l.ndles' wnlklng Jackets, plash tilmined, SJ.un. 1 lot of I.mlles' Walking Jackets, In Jersey cloth, gun. 1 lot of Ladles' Dolmans, a special uranil hnrgnin, S.'I'-t. 1 lot of Ladles' Dolmans, plush nnd fur trimmed, Sl.li!i. 1 lot of Ladles' Newmarkets, pleated backs, SI.'". 1 lot Ijullcs' Xcwmarkcte.hnndsoincly braid ed. S0.tJ. 1 lot Ladles' Itusslnn Circulars, astraehan tilinmed.SS.il!). l lot Ladies' ltnsslnn Circulars, much finer, S0.4-.I. 1 lot of Ladles' Silk Circulars, SD.O'J. lOycry heavy ottoman Kllk Visltos, che nille tilmmlne, SIO. 11). Wo havo ten htjles of YNltctln Cloth, llenycr, llrocnilo l'lnh, llroendo Satin, of tlio Intest designs; also t-enl l'lusli Kaequo. In (bort wo havo u lino of goods that cannot full to please tho eye ns well ui thu po ekvt. IHIIIlm-ry Ocpni'ttiivut. B cases of felt hats, In black only, hotin.l, nt We. 10 cnscH of I'clt Hats, In ton different col ors, ut It'c. 1 lot Smyvnn Mais, OJo. 1 lot binyrna Mats, larger, 60c. 1 lot Smyrna Hugs, S1.10. 1 lot of Smyrna Itugs, Inrgo sir.o, SI 0!). 1 lot of very largo Velvet liugs. 31. iu. 1 lot of Tapestry Hugs, largo slzo, S1.33. Wo have a big line of Short Dnds on our counters, but our spaco being limited, and on necoiiut of our Cloak Opening announcement, It Is Impossible to Include them In this listio. Watch our next for Short Jlml (loods und rices. lied CovcrlnrtM. r, bnles of Comforts nt I0o. 5 bales of comforts at 0!ie. :i bnles ot Comforts nt H3o. Creap dray Double lllankots at tOo. Silver Ciray Double Jllnnkets nt Wio. Whlto 10-1 Wool Illankets, belter, atSl.BO. Then wo havo a lino of Comforts uud Blank ets ns line as thoy aro offered lu the market. Ilnili'i'ivoni' l'lir Men, Ladles, MIksos, Children nnd Infants lu Cotton nud Wool, White, -Mixed ami Scarlet. A.KAUFMAN'S Double Combination Storo, I'-MI A tUill i:ii:vi-ntli Nt.H.i:. 5SfOrdcrs hv mall promptly nttcndod to HOUSE DECORATIONS. WALL PAPERS, Special Eoslgn. i.i:xri:Niri: i'.vit.ijs In Art Colors, HOUSE & FRESCO PAINTING, DIMICINS AND KSTIMATK8 rUllNISlHSl). Specialties lu CAHIMITK AXI l'AIIltlCM. Agents for Morris & Co. P. HANSON HISS & CO., MI5 I'lricoiitli Hticot X. W. Wo Invite an L'lamlnatloa of Oar BRASS GOODS, IinCEST IMl'OHTATJONS FUOM London, Berlin and Vienna, Added lo yvcll-seloctcd purchases of jfik-XTxearloanx Gl-oocls Makos an nltractlvo oxhlbltlou of Novelties and UsoRil Artiolos. HAYWARD & HUTCHINSON 11 Mnth Htrcct N. XV. ghocehies. NEW ENTERPRISE C. .D. KBNNT, Tea Dealer and Cof fee Boaster, lias leased and filled up olognutly tho well known corner store, S. E.Cor. 7th and I'Sts. N.W Selling goods strictly cm their merits, en nhlcs mo to giro hotter vnluo than houses that adopt other methods to attract trade. llonstlng tons of Coffco dally for my numer ous stores, ensurcstnmytrado Fresh Itoastod, Coffeos that aro.nelthcr.'ereased, lwllshed nor watered. Purchasing Teas from first hands, gives my customers Iho profits of tho middleman or Jobber. PURE 'SOGJfflS AT COST. I.nrgu lluyei-ri yvlll lliu! II to llielr liilviiiitui;o (o oxiiiiilnn niy (loods nud l'rleos. C. D. KENNY, Wholcsalo and Itctnll Dealer In Teas, Coffees and Sugars, S.IJ. Cor. 7(li mill 1 HtH. X. V WASHINQTOK, 1). C. New Iiuckwlient, Now York State. jr.nplo Synip, From Cold Btorago, Vermont. Creamery llultcr, Kxtra Cholco Ulgln and York State. Cranberries, Extra Largo Capo Cod. Jlnlagn Grapes, Largo Clusters. Dclnwnrc CI rapes, B-pound Uaskcts. Concord drupes, ' 10-poucd ll.iskets. New FIgS, llxtra Layers. New Prunes, Kxtra Largo and Medium. Princess Puper Shell Almonds, 35 cents per Found. Poor JInts, Very low. Largo Assortment. Itleli I'attcnu. All SUcs. Feather Dusters, Clnclunntl Sugar-cured Ilnms, .13 Cents per Found. Sugni'-cmed llrcnkfust Uacon, Bmall Strips. Potato Chips, Always Fresh and Crisp. Mondlicling Java Collcc, Delicious. Extra New Mackerel, Small Packages. Green Peas, Dxtrn choice. Natural color. Fresh-made, Candles, , Just in. Graham Wafers, Superior finality. Preserves, l'uro Fruit and Sugar (warranted), Z!ZZ In pint glass Jars. lOOdoz. Only $'!.r) per do.5. Cheat bargain. Elphonzo Youngs, GROCER, 428 Ninth Street, bet. D and E. PEA0E1 PEAOE! PEAOE! WILSON'S CKLHIlItATED WHISKY, DUFFY HALT WHISKY, UOYAL CIIL'AJI AND CA11INET WHISKY, ID. IEJXjXjIS., Cor. Third nnd A sis. . o. BROWNING & MIDDLETON, Wholcsalo and llotall Dealers In Groceries, Fine Wines, &c. Agents for WlillNUIl'S "AMERICA," A I'nro American WIno. All tho hot Forolgn Cordials and Hitters. Wo nio also Agents for tho celebrated CLYSJIK) WATUIt, and Oal vln bbatei'n WILD C'HL'IlltY HOCK AND HYP. "BUHAOH." California Universal Insect Kstermlnator Harmless to Sinn nnd Domostlo Animals, r;, av. )iuitcm:i.r., null-tf laai'Strcot. HAlllIOlllt .V ll.V.-MII.TON, Wholesnlo Flour, M'lnn mid (Irocory Morcliunts' Oil to 010 l'oiinn. Avonuo. HATS AND CAPS. DUN LAP'S New York Hats. Tlio Flfth-D.von.uo Foil Stylos Silk and Derby Hats Introduced by Dunltip & Co,, now roncly at WILLBTT & ROUFP'S Solo Agonts. DOS 1'eiiiiHylvuiilu Avcniio Norlluvest. KEEP'S SHIRTS, 437 SEVENTH STIIEET N. W. O. P. BURDETTE, soli: aount. Schlitz's Mllwaukco Lager, TUB BEST IN THE DISTIUOT. BAMUEL 0. PALMER, Agent, ISSt TWENTY-NINTU ST. NOUTUWI53T KING'S PALACE, 814 Seventh Street Northwest, continuation or mm uiani Fall Opiing of Met Patlrn Hats ul Bnats AND ALL Till! XiimIIIih iii (!; Silllliicry l.lnr. iim well iim 1ndlcn'. .llllH'ien nnd J!ill llll'll'rt (HolltlM, In order lo glvo n chance lolhofo who wcro .rcvcnted from Impeding our great ill. ilny, wo Imvo concluded to continue until oflicrwlno notllleil our (treat Fall Oponlng, with new at trncl Ions ns they nrrlro dnllr. As wo anticipated, our opening win n grand success, and nny Inadvertence on our part wo beg to bo oerloolieil, as the rush was so preat that it was Imiusslhlo to pay our customers Iho usual attention wo desired and that they lurt on tight to expect. Wo will endeavor to make up for tlio lack of iittontloti nt our next call. Wotlmtik you, ono nnd nil, for)our generous support, nnd wo wilt over Mtho to I'owortliyol It, Wo pny attention to two lines exclusively, of which wo mako a specialty, and of whloh wo cniry the largcet and choicest stock lu tho city. They nro Millinery in All Its Branches AND Ladies', Misses' and Children's Wraps. Tho cxlcnslveness of our purchases enables us to huv direct from Iho manufacturer and Inipoilcr. mid to a great extent wo Import our goods direct, which places us In apod Hon lo glo our customers the profit of tho Jobber nnd middleman, One III iinil incut of Tilmined mid I'liti'IiniiK'd II lit m speaks for Itself. It i cniilies no coinii'.eiiilatloii on our tmrt. We ileslro to stntn that wo sell u lino Silk-bound Felt Hut, such ns nio sold clean hero for SI and for 3e, at 10o only. ni' M'lng- unit Hint Di'iini'lmi'iit represents over illy) styles, coming from nil pails of tho globe. A most wonderful collcetlun, nt prices that Insure n rapid salo. lur Velvet Di'imrliui'iil Is slocked wltli tho choicest of brands. Wo sell a Silk Velct, nil colois, nt Too nvnnl only. Hotter than advertised clsowhoront f 1 nndatoia n ynul, which wo nihstniitlnto or money refunded. Oui- l)'iini(incii( hi 'lilldieii'M ntul IIxtCM' Trlmincil nnd Un trliiiiiiot IIiiIh surpasses nnythlnc ever exhibited, at remarkably low prices. Our Tip unit l'liimo Depnilini'iit Is simply lmmono. Our Uc-iuii-niK'iit or l.tullcH', IImhch'iiihI Children' Clontcri stands un llvuleil, und Is beyond doubt tho largest In tho city, comprising every stylo nnd nil of tho dlflcrcut nmteilnls. In fact, wo have Imported the best part of our Cloaks from llerlln direct, nnd wo nro showing cxchHvo stjles of our own, which have not been duplicated. Come nnd see our elegant lino of Children's nnd Misses' Coats at S-.ffii, fr) and SI. In nsklng you not In purehaso until you havo Inspected our goods and nsccrtalnod onr lllccs, we nio Inceio iu saving you ut least S!.l per cent. -Wo solicit u cnll, and wo nro plcnaed IobIiow you ourgoods whothcr you aro prepared topuichusoor not. KING'S PALACE, 814 7th St. W. H. iiriss Hnpnitm1 HEADQUARTERS FOR llefore making your selections you should see our linos of E'OEI'IEIEIHS. Om to dlflcrent inttcins ranging from S3 lo SI 10 n window. UFHOLSTEIIY GOODS In till qualities. . LACS CURTAINS Is our sreclnlty. XOTTINCMAM, ANTKU'E, KWISS , HllUdSELS and HEAL LACE In great variety. JIADltAS CUHTA1NS In nil ehnilin'. fni'iiolM In All Jrnilcnniiil 4(unHtieu:it J,oui!.'it (!hhU VcIcch. Parlor, Library, Dining-Room, Office & Chamber Furniture Iu all Woods. Call nnd sco us. Wo promlso you Jonit oods, I,nv I'i-Icch, I.'nli Sloulliiir. 'o llto Atti-ntlou nnd nn Knillchii Mtoek from which to mako your solocllon. "V7"- is.- h:osk:e3 801 Market Space. FANCY GOODS. IT IS THE TRUTH ABU HOIHINB BUT ?HE TRUTH, THAT TIIK New lortllw Stun J ticUlna Out to UloMO SJi'.Hlnes'J. Among tho goods lo be sold nt your own pi Ico me 00 dozen Ladles' und .Misses' Fancy llc-e. 15 dozen Ladles' Vests. A lot of Felt Hats nnd Donncts. Tliousnnds of straw Hats and Honnets nt half tho usual price. Ten thousand yds lllbbons, nil widths and fhndes, besides Inrgo assortment of Flowers, Fenthers, Wings und Millinery Cioods gen erally. M M Mlw Slore, !):) Ni-vciilli Htrcet, iii-iu-St. MME. WASHINGTON,. 1)07 PENNSYLVANIA AVF.NUE. I)reses Iilegantly mado In tho Lntost Stylos by First-class Artists. Tnlloi-mado Suits n Ppccialty, Dresses, Cloaks und MiuitloH Cut. Fitted and Drnncd at llcasonablo Prices. All Work Dono with Promptness and Fully Clunr antetd. sel'J-am nut. ji.oi:;s: wiirrr.. LADIES' TAII.Olt AND JIAtU'WIAKElt, 7UO E oventecnth Bticot Northwest, Will mnko Ladles' Drefses, etc., during Sep tember and October nttbo following prices: Cloth Costumes, Lndles' own materials, SIS; Coats, $10; Newmarkets, $15; Iloatrleo. 818; Hiding Habits, 318; Mlk Costumes, SIS; Even ing deception Dresses, etc.-, $18 and upward; cloth Costumos, ecrylblng furnished, from S10;otliurgarincntn coirospondlngly. Special ntlentlonfo Wedding Outllts, In which .Mr. Whllo has inado n great success. Cutting nnd Fitting, l'attcins made to order. se)tt 1(11,1, NTCXilt !'' Under'wear For Ladles, Children and acntlemcii, WM. R. RILEY, llllry lliillillni;. Cor. Dili nml n Bli.ri." JNSURANCE. FIREMEN'S INSURANCE CO, Cliiirtcrcd by L'oni;ress, 1837. Capital, $200,000; Surplus, $104,000 -OI'I'lOlli- HEW BUILDIHG, II. E, Oor. Biveath Btrctt and Loaltlana Avenue, AI.Iir.llT A. WILSON, rrosldent. TII()S.l'AIIKi:il,Vci-l,rosldent. O. W. IIOW'AIID, Secietniy, II. 11. HAZAlll), Ass't Seo'y. National Metropolitan Tiro Ins. Co., 01(1 I'll, Ave. N. W WiialiliiBtum . O. CASH OAl'ITAI., $100,000. EDWAHD CIAII1C, 1'ros. BAMHEL C110S8, Soo'y, aull-tt Drew's IsIewDrug Store, NINTH ST, AND 1'ENN, AYE. IsropeaRllnifiht. HOEKE, FF ML BOTTOM CASH PRICES, 308 and 310 Eighth Street. JMANOS ANNOimOBMBNT. S'nmlera & Stnyinan beg to announco tho ojicnlng of their New Pinno and. Organ Wardrooms, KH F etiect n. w Oct. 1, 193.", nt which tlmo they will display an elegant as sortment of tho World-lionowuod Mer Bros. Ranos and Estey Organs. Also tho Celebrated Fischer and Estey Pianos. Instruments sold on Jlonthly Payments', also For Kent, ut low rates. Tuning nnd Itepalrlug a Specialty. Second Hand Pianos nnd Organs at Dargalns. Jlr. .Inrvls llutler, tho distinguished organ ist, will bo In charge of Washington rooms. SANDERS cSTSTAYMAN, 15 N. CHAHLES ST., OH I F STIIEET N. W. llaltiniore, Mil. Wuthlniiton, 1). O. scil-nm PIANO-FORTES. UiKMitutlril In Toiio, Touch, tYorlc miiiiNlilli nnd Ouialilllly. SECOND-HAND PIANOS, At All Prices. PIANOS FOR RENT. Wm. Knabe & Oo H17 aiAKICKT NI'AOi: W. G. METZEROTT & CO., 003 Pennsylvania Avonuo. socond door wost of Ninth utrcet, SOLE AGENTS FOK Ohiolcoring and James & Holmstrom CLOUOII AN1 AVAKHEN OltGANS, And all MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, WOOD AND COAL. v wva-vv.w ao-ft.Xii -wood JOHNSON BIcOS., WHAIIVEH AND IUlLItOAD YAItD l'Jlh and Water Bta, H. W. DHANOH YAIIDS AND OFFICES. (Connected by Telephone.) 1202 F street noitliwcot. l&ir Bovcntli streot nortuwest. 17-10 rennsylvanta avo. northwest. 1112 Ninth street northwest. Corner lid and K etronts northwost. 221 l'ciinsylviiiilanvo. bonthwes USB COKE" For Generating Steam. For Cooking Purposes. Forllcntlngbyfurnaco. For hcntlug by I.alroho. For Opcu Orates. It la Easily Ignited. Jt JtidccS a Quick, Hot 1'lro. t Docs Not llurn Out tho Q rate. It Is Economical, It Will Pay to Try It. FOU SALE IIY THE Washington Gaslight Com'y. 40 Iluehols, Crushed J.1 70 SillusheU, ('lushed !! 50 10 Jluthels, Not Criisbod 3N SiSlluehcls, Not Crushed ,,. SOI rrrncllvcrod to Any l'art of Washington or Ucorgetowu, EDUCATIONAL. -v A JV -. 1 riMIAItT KTOItKNl'H nml I'nrnits t J tho National Aendomy of Finn Art , cor ler lllh ft. nnd N. Y. iiMi.one can r- .Ivo ll.omont tlioroimh Instruction In r" stylo of drawing nud imlntingir. irvot study i,.,, J'rs. Imnmno Koblnsou Murrell, llu founlor nnd lenejier, bus hud tw Ivo inchils nml rtiiillcd fifteen Jears lu Kiiropu with Ihn most ci'lcbinted nrlft. I'nrlli'Uliir attention tu sketching from nature. Ch.ldrcn's Saturday ijmK,io per year; Tho Norwood Institute), A Polect lloantlng nnd Day fchool for j-oung ladles unit llttlo girls, reoiens Willi lis cus lotnary largo corpi of professors and teachors, roUntccii In number, "lil'TEJIIlEIt no, 1B85. M. L"Tin ' ."iV'K wwnpleto from Prlmarr .V?,..","'i""il1 Sn',S,at Department, Willi thorough Inst ruction lit French, Uormnn. JIu slo nnd Art. Advanced classos In Jluilc, l.lternliiro nnd Jlodcni Languages open to outsldo pupils. ' Krferences: Clllrens of Washington City and Pat tons. Address Jilt. AND JIIIS. WM. D.CAHEMi, Prlnelpnls, sol liU nml l.'l I nth t n xr. MEDICAL DF.I'AHT.MENT OF THE UNt VEIIH1TY OF OEOIKIETOWN. Tlio tlilrtv-pventh session will begin on MONDAY EVENINO.HEIT SI, nt S o'clock, In the College Ilulldlng, comer Of Tenlh nnd Estircts. with nn Introductory nildress by l'tof. C. II. L. Klclnscbmldt, JI. D to which (ho piofcsslon nud publln nro respectfully Invltid. For further Information npplybctwocn tho houis of l) nnd 10 n. in., or I und B p. m to .1. W. II. l.ovojoy, JI. D., Dean. No. IWOTwrlltli street n w. scJMm SPENCUHIAN 1IU8INK8S COLLF.nH.COH. Iitli and 1) sts n w A practical business education thatqualltlei young men nnd wo men to support themselves nml successfully Jierrorm Iho nctlvo duties of llfo. Thorough Instruction given In rapid writing, tho English language, correspondence, rapid calculations, book-Beeping, business practice, commercial law. political economy.stcnogrnphynnd tyira wrllh'g. llcgnlar tiny nnd evening sessions ro suincd Tuesday, Soplcmbcr, 1, nt t) a in and O p in. uuieu open ior nrrnngomenis uy iho year or iiiartcr on nnd nfter Monday, August 21. A full corps of teachers. Illustrated cir cular, giving full Information, sent f reo on ap plication. , IIENltY C. FU'ENCEtt, Principal J Mrs. BAIIA SPEXCEIt. Vlco-frlnilpal. H FINANCIAL. Wi OITor I'lrst-CliiHH 0 For Cent. llomU I lor lnvi'stiiumt, Which Wo Can Itccoinineiiil In Persons Wishing; Hucli .Securlilos. Ppcclal attention given to Departmental nnd other Collections. )uy nnd sell United Ktatcs llonds and All District Securities. Wo l&bllU HUAITS AND CIllCULAll LETTEttS OF CJiEDIT ON EU1IOPE AND THE EAST. TOWERS & GREEN, NO. llSIl V UTltllUT NOItTHWIlSr, Washington, D. C. CAMPBELL & CO., Sloclf. Grain, Provision ana Potrolcum Brokers, 1420 Ponna. Avo. (TJp oUilrs). Direct iilro to New Yorlc unit Chicago. J. VANCE LEWIS, BHOK3BE Stocks, Grain, Provisions and Oil. T.c Diolt llulldliiir, 1'Jghtli r.nd V sts. Largo nnd Small Quantities. (Strictly on Commission, rrlvato Wlros. Constant Quo tations. OIUco open from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. B. K. PLAIN & CO., BEOKIUKS Grain, Provisions, Petroleum and Stocks, ST. CI.OUl) UUILDINO, OTU & V ST3', Wasblugton, 1). C. City refcicnees National Hank of Iho Ho public. Cblengo Corrcspondcnts-JIILMIND, HOD MAN X CO. Constant quotations of tho Chicago and New York Markets from direct private wires. I". H. L1LLEY. T. A. KENDIQ. P. B. LILLET & CO., 1SANKKUS AND DKOKKItS. Blocks, Bonda, Grain, Proviiioaa aul Petroleum. UW r STHEET.N. W., WASHINGTON, D. O. llrnnch Office No. 1 South llolllday streot, llaltiniore, (WmSANJIF.STAUIlANTS,v . .-w. WBLOKER'S NEW HOTEL, TJiil, TilS, 77 I5th HI. X. Y. El'llOPEAN PLAN. Itcsluurant a la Carte. WASHINGTON, 1). C. i Til. FEf.TEIt THE EBBITT: WASHINGTON, D. O. AEMY & NAVY HEADQUASTERS. rtlUK IllU.N l'lltE ESCAPES Ti:HJIS"a,0() mid 81.00 per Pny. nAititis liocai:. EUIIOPEAN PLAN, l'cunsylvanla nvcnuo, near Fourteenth streot, Speclnl rates for Bummrr Months. GMNTON 1IOUSU.7T11 AND I STS. n wj Ilrst-class tabic board and largo rooms at. reasonnblo rates; location control. WM. O. NAYLOlt. Proprietor. JyJ-tt S" T. JABIi:S' IIOTUI,, i.uui)i'i'..?i ri.An, kIyII, Blreftt nnd Penn..vlvnnla avenno. L. WOODDUKY, Proprietor. iin-.Aj, wii: t-Aiti.oitH, 11211 O BT OPPOSITE HIG03 HOUSE. Around tho comer 15th und a streets, EcSO-lf Washington, I), O. THE LOSEKAM, 1323 F Street M. W , 0pp. the EbMtt, AVASIIINGTON, 1). C. (Tho Clarendon, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.) C. r.OSr.TCAM, I'ronrlotor. Sometliing Sew. D. W. CI.EOO'S L'l.iiil.tniitlnii l.ettor-Slii'etniid llnvolopa .. t .. T..,lnd ,1,1, j IJ.(n..i....tu .! rulars of nil bles; lu boxes ot !!3, 50, 1W, iUO, l IAH UUU 1.1SS) I'livil. Will illspenso with Envelopes, Will savo Weight In Postage. Will fcavo Thno and Trouble Tho l'ostoftlce stamps will show data of do- Hvoty. J. W. WATEltt). 1 110 Now York nyonno. fjpl9 Agt, for Washington, aud Aloxuudrla.