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y" 5"r ,r- , . i t.r.jtJifSBn-.. -tjftr'wf??"' . y k TITE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 13, 1885. VI "-CV"(."' .1 I M' ' t, ,.. '( i -1 i . i " .y i . N l'i kvl: WASHINGTON CRITIC WV.ATUVAl ISIIWATIOSS. For ttio Middle Atlantic State, local ialu, slightly cooler, wind ahlftltn? to foxtliwcft nml northwest, preceded by southerly winds In northern port Ions, lower tiinpcrattito In extreme noithcrii portions, followed by rising barometer In central and southern portion. l'or Wednesday, clearing and cooler weather Is Indicated for llio Middle Atlantic fctatcs, preceded by locnl rains to-day and to-night. Tlioriiioiiiclri' Itcaillnc". Thcnnoinetcr readings, October 13 s .1 a. m., OlVd; 7 a. m.,,i,WJ; 11 a. m., C..T.il. October 19: Mean temperature, r7l; iiinxlintim, (Sl.0i minimum, fill'.S; niaiii lclatlvo humidity, tir.O; total precipitation, ,81 Inch. , AlllllxOlllOlltH, At nti'au's Evans nud llocyln "Tlio l'.irlor National- lloland Heed In "llumbuaV IlKiiron's Mntl.ick Company In "A Cclo hrntod Case." Thiutiib Comiui-k AllcoOatos In "Field of tl.c Cloth of Hold." Dime Mcsia-st "Moths." COUHT ltV.COHU. Count is flCNT.HAl. Tr.HM Chief Jus tice Curlier and Justice James and Alcrrlck. l'cppcr vs. Shepherds on hearing. Equity Col'UT. Justice IlaL'iicr. Crombs vs. Coombs; bill dismissed. Caoy vs. AVhltc; on hearing. SchalTcr vs. Schaf fcr; lestlniony ordered taken before I'.xaml iicr C. 1). F. llrady. Snioot vs. Smoot; tes timony ordered taken before Kxamlncr J. A. Claihc. CniMiNAi, ConiT .Tustlco MacArthur. Michael Cav.wiiauch, housebreaking; not Utility. Ktigclio tMllllrnii, assault, guilty; lined $10. Andrew Jackson, hotisebro.ik lug; Jury out. Sarah Dale, alias Mlnnlo l-'oid, recclilng fcmalo child for Immoral purposes; pleaded gullly; sentcneo sus pended, m. Wilson and James Temple, second odenso petit larceny; on trial, LOCAL liKlVVS. Notiiimi surpasses the puilly and efll clcury of American llall-llluo In Imp.iitlng tojourwashlng ln Immaculate clearness. All groceis have It. Stmcti.y all-wool child's pants at 7,"ic. Elscman Dros,, corner Seventh and K. Tin: Virginia llldland Hallway Company has announced by circular tho appointment of A. S. Dunham as comptroller; E. 1). Thomas as general manager, tIcu Colonel A. L. lilves, resigned, and J. W. AVont woith ns secretary. The latter has his ofllco In this city. Kotuinii tries the patience of a man moro than to listen to n hacking cough, which ho knows could easily bo cured with Dr. Hull's Cough Sj rup. A SLioiiT llro was occasioned In AV. W. llurdelle's store, on Seventh street, last night by an electric light wire. William WitiTTiNH of 1211 Sixth street stumbled over a projecting water pipe In a sidewalk and broke his leg In two places last night. Tiic Washington Whist, Chess and Checker Club opened their season at their parlors In the St. Cloud building last night. To oiiucn, $83 BUits. Klsemau, corner Seventh and E. The finest aseorlment of pallor sillies up holstered In silk and Mohair plushes at tho lowest prices. Ureltbarth's Odd-l-'cllows' Hall. Adoi.ni Cinoi.mt, a small boy, foil olT a house jesterduy afternoon, about 1 o'clock, on 8 street, near Eighteenth, and was seri ously Injured about thu head. One or the seciicts of our success (wo Mill giro II away, as nnno of our competi tors can niako use of It), wu deal only In clothing, and manufacture cvciy garment wo sell. Manufactory li South Howard street, Baltimore. Elscman Uros., corner Seventh and E streets. The Board of Heal Estato Brokers of tho District of Columbia yesterday elected tho following olllcers: It. C. Vox, president; AVIUIam 1'. Young, vice-president; F. W. 1'inlt, secretary: liobcrt K. Bradley, trcas uier; executive committee, Thomas E. Waggaman (chairman), I,, M. Saunders, John Sherman, M. M. 1'arkcr and li. C. Fox. Jl'fcT received new and elegant styles of chamber biiltcs In walnut, cherry and ash. Call and examine our stock and coinparo our prices. Ureltbarth's, Odd-Fellows' Hall, Titr. Capital City (iuards, Company II, held a meeting last night at 121S E street, nml by a unanimous vote expelled Captain AV. 1'. Ofay. The charge against him Is al leged tobo "conduct unbecoming u gentle man and a soldier, and for misappropri ating tho funds of tho company. " Tho fol lowing were elected ofllcers: 'Captain, Jas. A, l'erry; first lieutenant, L. S. Carey, and second llcutcuant, AValtcr S. Gray. To oiiiiEii, J5 punts. Elscmau, corner Seventh and E. Ar.i-.ANOE.MENTS have been mado for nine collections of mall daily from station C, F street, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth. A tali, colored thief snatched n satchel from tho band of Mrs. Maynleko, of b20 Fourteenth street, while sho was at tho cor ner of Fourtconth street and Now York nvcnuo yesterday afternoon. Tho thief es caped. The satchel contained $14. At IIvddksi's new furniture and carpet installment house, 032 Sovcnth street noith west, furniture, carpets, rugs, mats, oil cloths, matting, baby cairlagcsaud every thing which a housekeeper requires to mako homo pleasant and attractive aro sold on tho Installment plan. Call and bo convinced that ho sells on easier terms and at lower prices than any other man or firm In tho installment business. Terms to suit all. A form') :nii given away with every child's suit or over coat wo sell. Elseman Bros., manufactur ing clothiers and tailors, Soventh nud E. An (llllrcr'H MflViiNP. Officer AValkcr has been fined $S0 by tho Commissioners for drinking a fow glasses of leer whllo on duty. Ilo was recom mended for dismissal by tho Trial Board and recommended to thomcrcvof tbo Com. inlttloncre. Tho chcumstanccs under which tho fino was accepted Instead of ills mhsr.1 were that tho mother of his llanco complalueil to Major Dyo that ho was ad dressing their daughter against their con tent and asked to havo him tiausferrcd. This worried him, and ho took some beer. Ho has since been married, and being an excellent officer and this his first oITeuso ho was not dismissed. tVo AnIc no one to buy of us after looking through our cstabllshmeiitunlessthoy feel convinced that our clothing Is tho most attractlvo and our prices tho lowest In tho city. Elscman A llro., comer Seventh and E streets, wh manufacture all tho clothing they sell. .IOllllHOIl',4, IJIth llntl j". ', Moro Chesapeake and P.oclcaway oysters to-day than all tho other houses In tho city combined. Choice steam, Now York stows, Saddlo Hock, mast, broil, Ac. I.lfetlmo ex perience in serving the luscious oyster and other delicacies Ladles' splendid saloon uttached. E. 1 Johnson, proprietor. 3Ih1i:ici l.osiin'H l-'uiwrnl. Tho final niraugcmenU for Madamo Loin n's funeral havo been postponed peud lug tho arrival of her sister from Boston. Tlie ri'iit I'nllM riHluvuyH. Tho construction of flshways at (Iroat Falls Is being rapidly carried on. The sixth Hctlon Is nearly completed and work Is being pushed on all bruuehos of tho work. '-.IiimIIi'm Old Miami," Oil) D street noithwest, buys gent' second hand clothing. Noto by mall attended to. Kimill itohlxti-IoN. John Dyo of Oin D street reports that a cau of milk was stolon from In front of his storobetweon 7 and 8 o'clock this morning. A lot of furniture worth $14 has boen fctoleu from Jenny Bounco of 1001 Connecti cut avenue. "Alilenioy inli-y M'hroiih," Fresh Aldernoy butter, churuod oycry morning and dollvered In i lb, "Ward" pints, 40e. per III. Also cottao chcoso; liutteriullk aud sweet mills, Co. per (it. Cream, 15c. per pint. WliST WASItlXUTOX, About 8 o'clock this morning a colored man named l'atilck Julius, need alsiut 40 jenrs, employed on tlio canal-boat Major lllakc, died wllhnut the attendance of a phjslclau. 'J ho Coroner was notified, and gate a eci tlltcuto of death from heart disease. Drovers' Itcst live stock sales, reported by Tuvenncr llrotliers, proprietors, October 12, l.kMs One humlred and nliipty-elglit ciitllo up, and all sold at: Best, 4 to fi; good, 4 to I); medium, li to l; common, 21 to!). Six hundred and iiluety-threo sheep and Iambs ati Lambs, ill to r5; earllngs, ill; old sheep, 2J to 111. Fifteen cows nud calves sold from i2."to$V per head. Market good for sheep and cattle. Thlrly-thrco boats loaded with coal 'havo arrived since last report. Arrived; schooner I). M, Anthony, light, from Providence, and Mabel Phillips, light, from Boston. For soma time past tho citizens In tho lclully of Twenty-seventh and O streets havo been compelled to eloso their doors and windows to keep from hearing tho pro fane and obscriio language used bynmotloy set of colored roughs who frequent that locality. Lieutenant lledway, hearing of It, sent Ofllcers Hawkins and Lyddatio to bilng tlio gullly parties to Justice Thlsthoy did successfully by arresting soven of tlio offenders mid taking them to court. After Ills Honor Judge Snell heard tho olllcers' evidence, ho flncit each of them $5. For some tlmo past tho Georgetown Gas light Company havo been making com plaints about the gaslamps being broken hi Bojce's Ijiiic, and Sunday a young boy named Jerome Graham was arrested anil taken to court, but was released on promlso of irood behavior. This should bo a warning to the ho s. A black snake threo and n-balf feet long was killed yesterday at tlio old Tailor prop city on M stieet, between Thirty-fourth anil Thirty-fifth streets, by ouo of tho occu pants of the house. It. II, and A. II. Croplcy havo placed on their grocery store, comer of M and Thirty first streets, a weather aud temperature sig nal ling. Tempernluro and condition of water at 7 a. in.: Great Falls, temperature, CS; condi tion, 7; receiving rescivolr, temperature, t'2: condition at north connection, 0; condi tion at south connection, fi; distributing lesetiolr, temperature, (12; condition nt In Uncut gate-house; !0; condition at cllluciit gate-house, 'M. ALUXAXIHIIA. A colored man named John II. DavN, who has been In tho Garfield Memorial Hos pital In AAaliliiston under treatment for heart disease nml an affection of the eyes, attempted to commit suicide hero last night by swallowing two ounces of laudanum, ono of which bo purchased at Entwlslo's and the other ounce at Cieyton's drug store. Ho was couvejed to tho stutlon-houso from tlio drug stoio and attended by Dr. Blrdsall, who succeeded In saving his llfo by proper treatment. Ho iyald to be a, local preacher of the old school Baptist denomination. All tho wharves wcic flooded this morn ing by thu high tldopcauscd by the terrific northeastern wind last night. Tho AVash Ington ferry-boats could not bo reached up to 1(1 o'clock to-day except by row-boat from Union street. Tiio storm was terrlblo hero last night, but the only damage dono was tho blowing in of the mil Hi gablo of the old fouii'lry building on the wharf owned by tho Poto mac Muuufiictiiitug Company. Tho lcmnlns of Mis. Samuel liodgcrs, who died at her rcsldcneo on Sunday even ing, wtro taken to Baltimoio to-day for builal In Grcitiinomit Cemetery. Home or 4ni- Choicest Mtyle will be placid on our counters during this week. They aro later than tho bulk of our stock becaupo the mills of fino and choice fabrics mode very late deliveries this season. Kltcmaii Bros., manufacturers of all tho clothing they sell. FINANCIAL. Xi'iv York Stock aiai'ket. Tho following have been furnished by J, A'nnco Lewis, broker, southwest corner Eighth and I'stiects: SAME. O. 2 40 NAME. O. 2 40 Can Pa ! 4fi 4(1 i " p'fd I I fen Pa 3!l UHKJfo'l'u ffilj S3, C B & Q lWJJ'ISO pfd I 4!IJ 411? CMitStP... I IN Y Ccn.... 100J 1003 DcWtll 0.1JI 05J Omaha I :U 37 DLAAV.... 111L112 "pfd I !K1J ll 1) AIllo G... 133 13 Wo Trans...) 25J 25 Ello 191 181 Oro Ball.... 8J 8S Erie 2s 7221 TM ,Pn Mall I TO, B3J Kan.tTx... 2fi2 2l! Heading ! 11 1IJ Ills Ccn 1335 133J ;i!oek Is 123 12.1 N J Ccn 42J 421 St Paul i 8U 821 L Shore 77 771 1 " pfd 112 1121 L.tNasli... 40J 4(lS,ToxA Pa... 20 211 Man Con.... 10Ujtl0J V Pacific... n2J 03J Mich Cen... 71J Ti ,W Sh 1st... 4'J 431 Jlo Pa 100 100J V U Tel.... 7fa 7:? K AVcst IQia 1013 Oil I10U1003 Ulilenco .KllfliclM. Tho following summary Is bv 1). K. Plain A Co., St. Cloud building, Ninth aud F streets: O. II. L. Wheat Nov.,... Deo May.... Corn Nov .... Dee Mav... SOJ 01 032 100J 803 019 00 403 00? 021 U 18 Wi 101 ) 100 li?2 4US 33 231 20J 8 30 8 33 3 0JS 5 0J1 372 231 ss 372 O&ts Nov I Dec 1 May i Fork Nov - Dec ' Mav 231 201 p 231 203 .203! 8 271 8 ISO 8 33 H2. 8 30 n oo 5 00 bS Lard Nov. noo r.!!2l' Dec I MI21 BlJ may ; 11. K. Plain A Co., St. Cloud building, furnish tho following Oil quotations: Closed Saturday, 101; opened to-day, 101J; high est, 101 J, lowest, 1003; 2:15, 1003. Wimlidiuton StoeliH. The following aro closing quotations of tho AVashlngtou Stock Exchange to-day as furnished by Messrs. Towers & Greeu, bankers, 1421 F street: Washington & Georgetown stock 100 AVashlugton it Georgetown bonds 120 Metropolitan OS Columbia at North Capitol & O Street 42 Anacostla io AVashlugton City Gaslight Co 33 Georgetown " 40 Firemen's Insurance Co Franklin Insurance Co National Met. Insttrauco Co National Union Insurance Co 181 Arllnutou Insurance Co lao Coicoran lnsuranco Co Columbia lnsuranco Co Gciman-Aincrlcau Insurance Co 130 Potomac lubuiaura Co 4(11 lllggs Insurance Co , OJ Board Pub. Woiks Green bs 0(1 Masnnlo Hall Bonds 1021 AVashlugton Maiket Co. Stock 181 " " " Bonds Inland A Sea. Coast Co. Stock " " " " Bonds 03 AVci lilngtoirBrlck Machlno Co. Stock... Bank ol Washington 73 " " 30 National Met. Bank lid National Bank of tho Itcpiibllc 153 Farmers' A .Aicchanlcs' National Bank of (leorgctow n ?, 145 Citizens' National Bank 100 Second National Bank Cential National Bank Great Fulls ico Co Ileal Estato Title lnsuranco Co 00 1'cmitylvaula Telephono Co IS Chesapeake it Potomac Tel. Co IM3 U. S. Elcctile Light Co 30 H'muiid for NcutH, The demand for scats In tho now chapel of tho Church of tho Covenant Is so largo that It has almost been decided that tho sit tings will have to bedlsposod of at public auction. It Is oxpected that soiuo notion will bo taken on this subject at the meeting of thucommlttcoof thoprosbytery this oven lug, when tho church will bo formally oiguutyc'd. JMIIUJ nvnc-Ou October 13,Sa. m., MarrThcrosn, enly daualiter of Professor O. 0. mid Jlary W. UurB, In her 15th year. Funeral service ut St. Patrloli's Church, lax) p. in., Tuesday, LonAX.-On October 13, 1883, arter n long uml painful Illness, Mrs, Joseplilnu C, l.oaan. Funeral scrvlees from lior Into residence, No, ISIS 1, street northwest. AVcdnosilny morn lna nt 11 o'clock, Interment nt AVllllmautlo, Conn, THE SAME SUBJECT. "Wo cnn talk to you on no subject thnt Is moro r,ppllcnblo to tlio iircscnl season tliiiu OVERCOATS. There is n tone of winter In tlio ntmospUcrc, nml there ought to bo the like In llio minds of tho many who hnvo not yet procured lliclr "WirLter Ve hnvo htutcil before that vc number our Overcoats by the thousands. Imagine the vnrlely of styles, mnlerinli nud trimmings contnlncd in so largo n stock. "V7"e GleiirEL the Largest Variety, Hand fcomest and Latest Styles, and most lleasonnble I'liccs of anj hou?o in the country. AVo mako no idle boast, but are prepared to couvJnco every body who will favor us by a visit of tho truth of our state ment. Our prices havo range enough to meet tho require ments of any purse, however light. They go from!?0 to 00. No matter whether your visit is one of jmi-chnso or Inspec tion, you aro welcome. Out Furnishing DEPARTMENT. A visit to tlio abovo named department -will provo to you that wo are as well prepared for Jack Frost in this, as in all our other departments. In HEAVY UXDEINVEAK wo hnvo n largo assortment, limning in every quality, thnt wo can recommend in 'Woolen Shirts and Drawers. Our prices run from $1 to $7. In Cardigan Jackets we havo various grades, that wo can guarantee, from $1 to. $7. In Neckwear, Hosiery, Shirts, Handkerchiefs, etc., you will find our goods and prices wot thy of your patron H0. l OUTFITTERS, 300, 302, 304, 306 and 308 7th St 719 719 TABLE LINENS. AVo Invito (he Attention of Buyers to our Elegant Lino of Table Linen', Towels, Napkins, Doylies, Tray-Cloths, k, At Astonishingly Low Prices. Wo offer a Satin Damask Tablo Linen, full wMtli, extra quality, nt 81 her yaul j usually mid at $1 .to. Turkey Herts nt nil prices. Tnblo Cloths and Napkins to Match. AVo have Rood All-Linen Towels nt UMfl. llcttcr quality nt a)o, and n beautiful Knot ted Fringe Towel nt S5c, Wo havo Htindsomo Kxtra I'lno l'ancy Towels, now and novel doslsm, from SOo to $1.15 each. Our to Liiii Dptirt a Groat Subs. Please Examine Goods 2j ow on Eslxiloition.. Newest designs In Dlack Dress floods. Latest Styles In Trimmings. Handkerchiefs of every description nt prices that mut sell them, lllack Jerseys, 'direct Importation, Mjlc nml prices correct. Kmbvoldc-lcs, Laces, Headed Nets, Uuttons, ltlbbons, Kiney Goods mid Notion". Polite Attention and No Ono Importunod to Buy. E. Gk TJOMAitKirrsrAci:, FANCY GOODS. IT IS THE TRUTH AM KOTIIIUS BUT THE TROTH, THAT THE ij mi imor In Mo lllnc Out to !loso tiUHlni'MM. Among tbo good" to be sold at your own pi lco aro 50 doen Ladles' and Misses' l'ancy llO'C , J5ilo7cn Ladles' A'osts. A lot of Felt Hats and llonncti. Thousnnds of Straw Hats and Uoimcts at half tho usual price Tin thousand yds ltlbbons, nil widths nml shades, besides largo nsoitments or rivvr, Fentlii-rs, Wings and Millinery (iuodsgen orally. iw lift Millinery Store, U.'SO KeiVLMith Kti-oot, licnr K. MME. WASHINGTON, 3VroeOisto, 007 I'ENN&yiA'ANIA AVENUE. Incssrs Elegantly mado In tho Latost Styles by Flrst-closH Artists. Tnllor-mado Hulls a Specialty, Dresses, Cloaks and Mantles Cut. lilted and Drnncd at Itcasomihlo 1'ilcos. All AVork Dono with l'lomptnuss and Fully (luar nntced. i.ol'.'-3ni 3I03VEE .Gr--HsT. jjit. ;r.oJt;r. wtii'ru. IJDTES1 TA1LOU ANI) llAlllT-MAKCR, 700 Soventccntli Street Northwest, AVI11 mako Ladles' Dresses, etc., during 8ci timber and October uttho following nrli-osi Cloth Costumes, Ladles' own materials, SIS; Coats, $10: Nowmarkots, St3j lleatilce. SIS; Elding Habits, SIS; Silk Costumes, SIS; Even ing llcceptlon Dresses, etc., Sit) and upward; cloth Costumes, everything furnished, from 810; other garments correspondingly. Special attention to AVcddlng Outlits, In which Mr. AVblto has mado a great success. Cutting and Httlng, Patterns mado to order. siitf j'i;i,ij ntouk or TJ'ricie rwear For Ladles, Children . and Gentlemen. WM, R. RILEY, Illlcy nulliliui;. Tor. Olli nml f. NIs. n.ir EDUC ATI0N AL The Norwood Institute, A Select Hoarding nnd Day School for young ladles and llttlo girls, reopens with Its cus tomary large conn of professors and touchers, toventccn In number. SKlTEMHEIt !IO, 1B85. Courso of study complelo from rrlmary Class Ihnaigh Culleglalo Depavtmont, with thorough Instruction In French, German, Mu sic uml Alt. Advanced classes In Music, Lllcruturo and Modem Languugcs open to outside pupils. llefcrcnios; Citizens of Washington City and Patrons. Address Mlt. AND Jilts. AVM. I). CAHELL, l'rlnelpah, set !!!12andP!lllllliHtnw. MEDICAL DI'.I'AIITMHNT OF Till! LNI VKIISITV. OF (ii:ouor.ToVN. Tlio tlility-hovrntli sesxlim will begin on MONDAY EVEN'INO, BElT.i'l, at 8 o'clock. In tlio College Jlulldhiff, ronior of Tonlh and EhlicelM, with an Introductory uddross by I'l of. C. ILL. Klclnscliinldt, M. D., to which thu luofesslou ami public uro respectfully Imllul. l'or lurthcr Information npply between tho hours of U ami 10 a. in., or 1 und fl p. in., to ,1. AV. II. Lovojoy, M. 1) Dean, No. ton Twelfth street n w. se'ill m SPENCEHIAN IIUSINESS COLLEOK, COIt. Uh unci D stsu w A practical business education thut qunlllios young men and wo men to suppoit themselves nnd successfully neiform tlio nctlvo dutlos of llfo. Thorough instruction given In rapid writing, tho English languago.corrospondonco, rapid calculations, book-keeping, buslnoss practice, commercial law. political oconomy,btcni)graphy and typo wilting. Krgtilardayand ovonhig sosslons ro sumed Tuosduy, ticptembor, 1, at U a m and (I p in, Ofllco o)en for arrangements by tho year or quarter on nnd nf tcr Monday, August t!l. A lull corps of teachers. Illustrated cir cular, giving lull Inforiuutlon, scut froo on ni pllcatlou, HENUV O. fil'ENCEIt, Principal, Mrs. SAIIA MI'K.VC'lill. Vlco-J'rlncli.iil. IV , Fl'HNlHUINO I'NDEm'AKElt, No. uln Penna, avo, n, w bet. 3d and 1JS sts, iivcrylhlngllrst class. W. R, SPEARB, PIO F HTBEET NOItTUWEST, Everything strictly first-class and on tho most rcasonablo torus. (Camp Chairs to.hlra (orU vC9iUloiu.) and Oomparo Prices. B. G. DAVIS, 71IIMAIIKKT SI'ACi:, OOlt. IMOIITII ST. DAVIS, coitNKit i:ioiitii .sTui:i:r. GENTS rtlHNISHINGS. G O is: is: jris. nC., rXlba KEEP MANUFACTURINtl CO 437 Soventh St. N. W., IIGADQUAHTEIISVOK As It would require too much spaco to do fciibo my stock In detail, livlll simply say that II Is LAHOElt and moro COMPLETE than at any picvious season, and I would very re spectfully ask that you call and oxiimlno tlio iniluiis lines befoi o making your purchasos. My stock Is also complelo In elegant Neckwear, Collars, Cuffs, Silk nml Linen il'tlkTs, Suspenders, Kit! Glovco, Umbrellas, Half Hose, Etc. HIT KEEP'S HOODS AND SAVE FKO.AIS5 TO 10 PEU CENT. Oliver P. Burdette, Eolo Agent for KEEP'S SMUTS, Etc., 437 Seventh St. Northwest. HOUSE DECORATIOfJS. WALL PAPERS, Special Ecslgn. jxKxmxsivi: iwi'zjhs In Art Colors. HOUSE & FRESCO PAINTING, DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES FUItNISHEI), Specialties In t'.YHJ'V.T.S AX1 I-'AHHIOS. Agents for Mori Is & Co. P. HANSON HISS & CO., M5 rittct'iitli Mti-oi't X. W. Wo Invite an Eiamlnatton of Oar BRASS GOODS, DECENT IMPOIITATIONS FltOM London, Berlin and Vienna, Added to well-selected purchasos of i.XQ.ea?a.ca33. G-oocLs Makes nu attractlvo oxhlbitlon of Novelties and Useful Artiolos. HAYWARD &. HUTCHINSON lur Xlntli Mtrret X. W. Somothing Bew, D. AV. CLECO'S Comblnutlon l.ettor-hlieut und Kuvolopo For ratters, Notleos. Hllls.'Ktntomonts, Cir culars of nil sizes; hi boxoa of Si, W, loo, aw, 600 and Lwio each, Will illsnt-nso with Envelopes, AVIII Bnvo AVelght In 1'ostngo. AVIll savo Tlmo and Trouble, Tho PostoUlco Mainpg will show dalo of de livery. J. W. WATEItS, 1 110 Now York uyoniio. Solo Act, for AVashlngton and Alexandria. PHOTO-ENGRAVING. Having recently lilted up a Photo-Engiaving Establishment, In connection with my PATENT TitOCESS, I nm prepared to furnish ILLUbTIUTiONS AT NEW YOltK PIIIOE3. Photographing onAA'ood forthoTrado. IM!ebTa.'3?ioo Joyoe, ai8 ELJJYJJNIU CTHEfi'i: N, AY. W. H. HOEKE, Garnets, Fonto Bsftiii anil linMslerF Gooils. HEADQUARTERS FOR Heforo making your selections you should sco our linos of UPORTHraJrHHS. OtcrtOillffcrent patterns ranging from S3 to SU0 a window. Ui'IlOLbTEHY (JOODS 111 alt (iialltlis. LACE CURTAINS Is our srcclalty. NOTTiNOHAM, ANTIQt'E, SAVISS, IlItUSSELS and IHJAI. LACE lngrc.it vnrlely. JIADItAS CUHTA1NS In nil shadings. C'nriiutMln All i-niti'H anil Iiiii11I1i-h nt I.oivi-Mt ;ih1i I'iIcoh. Parloi, Library, Diniug-Roora, Ofllco & Oharnbor Furniture In all AVoods. Call nnd tea us, AVopromhoyou e.'ood (JoodM, I.oiv I'iIcch, 1'nli-Denlliii;, To Ill o At tent Ion und an JIiiiIIi-nn Stock from which to mako your selection. W. EC. HOEKE. 801 Market Spaco. KING'S 814 Seventh Street Northwest, Our Opening Is over; avo have given sulllclont proof for nil wo claim. Wo shall through tho cnllro season keep the largest nnd most cholco ns soitineuit nt tho lowest prevailing prices. fc ilesiro to nsk you not to purclino until you linvo Inspected our goods nud ascertained our prices. Yo lire sure of making ji sale. AVc hnvo received by the Inst steamer from Europe a now nnd choice assortment of Pattern Hats nnd lJonncls, nil the leading shnpe3, In French Fcllsj also JIlsscs' nnd Children's Trimmed Hats and I'lusli Hoods; also Wills, Wings, Plushes, Velvets, Satins, ltlbbous and Silks. Wo will place on our counters some elegant bargains in Jerseys, Kid Gloves and Corsets. We oifcr great inducements in lllack Kngllsh Treble Cropo for Veil ing nnd Trimming. Wc have $50,000 worth of Ladles' Wraps nnd Children's Cloaks on linnd which must ho sold. AVo nro oil'crlng, In order to Insure a rapid sale, our e-nlire Block of Clonks nt a small ndvanco only. Comotii KINO'S l'ALAOlJl ATo Ciiuirmitoe It Will I'ny Ymi. KING'S JJJAN0S.v ANNOUNCEMENT. Panders & stayman beg to nnnoiineo tho opcnlni; of their New Piano and Organ AVai-orcom-i, 1)31 Y street n. w Oct. t, 18W, nt which tlmo tbey will display nu elegant as sortment of tho W'orld-lteuownod DecKer Bros. Mos anl Estey Organs, Also the Celebrated Fischer nnd Estey Pianos. Inslruments fold on Monlhly Payments, aim l'or licnt, at low ratcK. Tiiiilni; ami IJcimlrlns n Specialty. Second Hand l'lanoa anil Orpins at l):ii'Raltn, Mr. darvlB Ilutler, tlio dl.tmi!ullied organ ist, w 111 bo hi cliurRO of Wusldnxton roonn, SANDERS &STAYMAN, 115 N. rilAItf.ESST., naiPKTIir.KTN.AV. lialtlmore, Mil. AVnslilngton, 1). C. fc51-3m PIANO-FORTES. UiK-iliinltMl III Tone, Touch, Work. inmiHlilp nml Iliiinlillily. SECOND-HAND PIANOS, At All Prices. PIANOS FOR RENT. Wm. Knabe dc Oo 817 :IIA11KHT Kl'ACI". W. G. METZEROTT & CO., 003 rcnnsylvonla Avenuo. second door wost of Mnthetrcct, iZAE AOENT3 FOIt Ohiokoring and James & Holmstroiu or.ouuii ani) wahki:n ohoans, And nil MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. USB COKE Tor Generating Steam, Tor Cooking Purposes. For Heating by furnace. l'or boating by I.atrobc, For Open Grates, It is Easily Ignited. It Makes a Quick, Hot Flro. It Docs Not Mum Out tho Orate. It Is Economical, It Will l'ay to Try It. FOH BALI! DA' TIIU Washington Gaslight Com'y. 40 Uuahels, Crushed.., ,,,,,, , ') 70 S3 IIUKbels, Crualied , IM 40 llushcls, Not Crushed U 00 Wllushols, Not Crushed S 00 tsrnollvoroil to Any Ytut, ol AVashlngtoa oi' Ucorgvtowu, BOTTOM CASH PRICES. 308 and 310 Eighth Street. PALACE PALA No. 814 Seventh Street Korthwost. tsri'nnltnl lai-lzo 7.-5,OI.a3 Tlclicts only S5. Shares In 1'ropoitlon. Louisiana Slate Lottery Co. " HV do hereby ctrUftj thnt wf eupcnifs Hit ar raimtnunts foralt Ike Montldy awl Semi-.ln-mmtliimiiiinttif the Louisiana State IMttrij Vomjmny anil In wi ton manage awl contiolttie lliawtiw ttrmtelre, and that Hit tame are con tlttch(lwUhltonrttij,falmcM andlngorxl faith tenant all imrllit, mat ut aiilhoilzi the Com ;xiny to t Ml j tl.tleate, wlthac-sUnllet of our elgnalurct attached, in lit aJcertleementi." 00a X Commissioners. Incorporated In 1808 for 23 years by tlio Lcglrdatiiio fur lldiicntlonnl and cliarltnbla puipocs, with n capital of SI,onn,OoD, to which n rcfcri o fund of over 8550,000 has slneo been lidded, Hy nn overwhelming popular voto Its frnn cblo was tnadu a part of tho present Slato Constitution, adopted December a, A. 1). 1S79. Tho only Lottery ever voted on und en dorsed by tho people of any Stnto. IT NKVEH SCALES Olt POSTPONES. ItsOraml Single dumber Drawings tako placoinontbly. Acplondld opportunity to win a fortimo. Tenth l.'ianilDi-.iwInK, Class K, In tho Acad cniy of Music, Now Orleans, Tuesday, October 13, lbbS-Mth Monthly UrawluR. Capital Prize, $75,000. Ito.CCO TlekctH nt Klvo llollnra Kuc-li. l'ractloiis, hi 1'lftbs, In proportion. LIST or PHIZES. 1 CATO'AL 1151 ZK 573, 1 do di S3, 1 do do 10, a l'HIZESOP $11.000 IS, B do 2,0i0 10, 10 do 1,000 10, ;so do too io, ico do am s, soo do loo :w, MX) ltd 00 !, l.OOO do S3 S3, API'itOXlMATION PHIZES 0 Appioxlmatlou Prlzoa of S750 0, II do ilo 500 1 11 do do 50 S, ;i,W17 Prizes nmountlna to S-'U,W0 Application for rates to club? slwulil bu mado only to tho olllcoof tho Company In Now Orleans. l'or further Information wrltoclearly, clvlnjr full address. POSTAL NOTES, Express, Money Orders or New A'ork Exeliamro In ordi nary letter. Currency by Express (all turns of $5 und upwards at our uxm-n'o) addressed M. A. DAUPHIN, Now Orleans. Make P. 0. Money Orders I'ayaWo and Address Registered Letters to NEW OHLEANS NATIONAL HANK, Now Orleans, Lu, OBt LOUISIANA NATIONAL 11ANIC, Now Orleiins, La. STATE NATIONAL HANK, Now Orleans, La. GEHMANIA NATIONAL II.YNK, New Orleans, La. viyfiS!L5!i5Jl2$L'.ss.. .. COALl "WOOD JOHNSON UUOS., WHAHVCH AND IlAlLItOAD YAltU mm nnd Water Hts, H. w. BHANOII VAHDS AND Ol'I'lUE3, (Connected by Telephono,) 12CM 1' Btioot noithwest. irwr, Bovenih ttrect nortUwest. 17HI Penuarlrauta are. uortbwoot, lll'J Ninth etroet nortbwust. Corner lid and K stroots northwoat. aai Pennsylvania avo. uouthwoa Drew's New Drug Store, NINTH ST. AND TENN, AYE. i3roicn.Rumgiu I mi w GIlOCEnlES. NEW ENTERPRISE C, D. KENNY, Tea Dealer and Cof fee Eoaster, llns leafed and filled up elegantly tho well known corner store, S.E.Cor. 7th and I Sts, N.W Helling good strictly on their merits, cu nbles mo to giro better valuo than hoftsot that adopt oilier mothods to attract trade Hoastlng tons of Collco dally for my immor ons stores, ensnrcstomytrndo I'rosh ltoasto-1 CofTees that nro.nclthcr.Breased, jiollslied nor wutcicd. Purchasing Teas from first hands, glvo3 my customers tho profits of tho middleman or Jobber. PURE SUGARS AT COST. Largo llnjoi-H will II lid It to tltolr iidviintiiKo to oxntiilno my (louds nnd rrlces. G. D." KENNY, AVbolcsalo and Hetall Dealer hi Teas, Coffees and Sugars, s.j:. :r. 7ih ami i hih. rv. '., AVASIIINOTON, D. C. Ncav DucltAvhcnt, Now York Stato. rnplo Syrup, From Cold Storage A'ormont. Cieamcry llutter, Extra Choice Elgin and York Stato. Cranberries, JInlngn Grapes, Delaware Grapes, Concord Grapes, Extra Largo Cupo Cod. Largo Clusters. 6-pound ll.iskcts. 10-pound Ibskcts. New Figs, New Prunes, Extra Layers. Extra Largo and Medium. Princess Paper Shell Almonds, 33 cents per Pound. Poor Jfnts, A'cry low. Largo Assoi tment. Parlor lings, lllcli Patterns. Fcnllier Dusters, All SIzoj. Cincinnati Sugnr-cured Tlnms, 13 Cents per round. Sugnr-cured Drcnkfnst Uncoil, Small Strips). Potnlo Chips, Always Fresh nnd Crisp. Jlnndlicliiig .Invn ColTcc, Delicious. Exlrn New 3Inckcrcl, Small Packagos. Green Peas, Extra choice. Natural color. Prcsli-mndc Ciuiilles, Just lu. Grnhnm Wiifcrs, Superior Quality. Preserves, Puro Fruit and Sugar (warranted). In pint glass Jars. 100 do.. Only C 3.w per uox. uicui oargaui. Elphonzo Youngs, anoosR, 42G Ninth Street, bet. D and E. PEACE 1 PEA0E1 PEA0E1 WILSON'S CELEHIIATED AVI1ISKY, HUFFY JIAl.T AV11ISKY, HOYAL CltEAJt ANO CABINET WHISKY, id. nuLiiins, e.'nr. 'ililril nnd A sis, s. o. BROWNING & MIDDLET0N, AVbolcsalo and Ilotull Dealers In Groceries, Pino Wines, &c. Agents for AVI.'llNiafS "AMERICA," A Puro American AVlno. AH tlio host Foreign Coidlalsnnd Hitters. Wo mo nlso Agonta for tliocelflHiiled I'LYSMIC WATEII, and (bil vln Slintcr' AVH.D CHEItllY ItOL'K AND ltYE. "BUHAOH." California Universal Insect Exterminator! llannlesa to Jinn and Domostlo Animals. N. AY. HUltCHKLL, anll-tf 13MFStreot. HAlUlOlJIt ,V IIA31II.TON, Wbolosalo Flour, AVlno nml (Irncory Merchants.1 111 I In Hill l'unna. Avoniio. HATS AND CAPS. DUNLAFS New York Hats. Tho Finii-avenuo Full styloaSUI: ona Dorby Hnta lntroaucod by D'unlap & Co,, nowronely ut WILLETT & ROUFF'S Solo Agonts. 1)0,1 l'viinsylvniilu Avenuo Korthwost. KEEP'S SHIRTS, 437 SEVENTH STHEET N. AV. O. P. BURDETTE, SOLE AflENT. Schlitz's Milwaukee Lager, THE 11EST IN THE DISTRICT. SAMUEL 0, PALMER, Agent, V!!H TWENTX'-NINTH, ST, WOHTJIWaST L I .