Newspaper Page Text
THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2, 1885.
It ! r if- i rs. t i, IV WASHINGTON CRITIC U'llATIlIM ixihuatioxs. l-'or tlio Mlililto MlnuUc Statu Keticrnlly fnlr, colilcr Mouther, westerly winds, rising I nrolnrter. For 'I tiesdny fnlr, colder woollier Is Indi cated for New Kimlntid nnil tho MMillo At lantic flutes mid tlio lower lake regions. - AMUSMlllXTS. AinArciiiV "May lllossom." National Tlio Florence. loan's Dalys In "Vacation." Hi moil's .1 entile fJnlcf. Dive MfMsWM "Snvwl from tlio Storm." Tiicatiii: I'iimhh'w Vnrlcty. Skaiimi Kink Ninth mil It I arcniio. Natiokai ltiri.Ks'l'Aiu. Armory on U street. covur iiixoiui. (.'KlMINAi, ColliT Jiutlco MucArlliur. l'nltlcU NniiKlitou, murder; trial set for tlio lGtli Instant. Albert S. Diilln, larceny; ar raigned ami pleaded lint guilty. .1 nines -Miiiloii, nssnult with Intent to kill; ar raigned nnil pleaded not cnllty. Frank 1'. llhilr, sr., and Frank r. lilnlr, Jr , assault; previously convicted; cncli lined $', Mary Coleman, lurcony; sentence suspcniletl; i (.cognizance $MJ. I'lWfiT CotutT No. 3 Jtistlco Merrick. Death ot lolm 1'. llatina aiiiiounecd and Court adjourned. I'oi'iiT in Hr.sr.itAi. Tkhm Chief .lustlco C'ailtcr and Justice Imncs. Pepper vs. Shepherd; order allowing appeal, ilur litlilgo vs. Hurhrldgc; dlsinlsscil. Death of lolm I'. ltanna snouted liy .Mr. .lolmson mid comt adjourned, Kijt'iTV t'ouiiT Justice Ilagner. Lou don vs. Flood et nl.; pro confossii ag.ilnat certain dcfendanls. Avery vs. .Iohnuii ct nl.; pro confesso against certnln defendants, riiniphrcy vs. l'umplirey; deposit In bank of proceeds of sale entered. J. an;; vs. Luiur; hi nit of trustee, Dutientuoii, ratlllcd. Allinau vs. Allmniiidlvnrccgrantcd. Horn ervlllo v. Terrell; exceptions overruled and auditor's leport Loullruied. CntiriT CofiiT No. 1 .lustlco Cot. Moore vs. Mrtjundc; inollon for new trial lilt (1. S-autulcrs vs. Stcndiuaii; motion for uc' trial tiled. Spnlds vs. Coolcy; on trial. 1'ci.ici: Cot'iiT Judgo iiiiclt. Coat fc'inlth, colored, housebreaking, grand Jury; liouls Sjftl); also nstoult mid battery; flO lnjs, additional. Frank Hart and .Mlcael J.connid, iifTruy; plea of guilty entered nwt Huts of Jo or l!i diijs Imposed. Washington Lewis mid Win. Johnson, affray; forfeited (ollatcral. John liarilngtou, carrjliu; n pistol; tin or t'O days; also charged with ns nult, CD days additional. James Hllcy, us- Faun; tcmcncosinpeniicii. vtiu. Heeler, colond, (lleoiderly conduct; STi or llftccn dine. lien. Clnsklns and John Ilensou, do.; lo. James Smith, disorderly: personal 1 ocdi. j.ovaij nit mi's. Wii.i.iav II. H. Haut, n colored employe of tlio Senate folding room, will speak In Alexandria to-day In behalf of tlio Itcnubll cans. Xewmaukct ovkiicoats. Elecman, cor. Till A T.. A run: occurred In Morgan's steam laun dry, 517 Ninth street iiboutl o'clock yester day morning. The causu of tlio lire Is said, to lie spontaneous combustion. Damage. 1,C0U. Tin: finest assortment of parlor suites up holstered In silk and Mohair plushes at tlio lowest prices. Ilreltbarth's Odd-Fellows' Hall. Tlio reunion nl the Capital City (luard will bo held at Wlllnrd Hall this evening. I!oi'm:s 1Ii:.stci and rents collected. James II. Murr, ICO !' street. Am, Saints' Dav was appropriately cele brated In tlio lloman Catholic and Episco pal churches yesterday. The churches wcro beautifully decorated with flowers. Sr.r. tho single-breasted fly-front sack overcoats at Klsemau llros., cor. 7th it K. Tin: anniversary of .Martin Luther's birth was celebrated In all tho Lutheran Churches in WoMiliigtou yesterday by special sermons nud large congrcgatlous. A DlHtiirlier ut tin; 4:oiiiliiii. James Itlloy, n whlto youth, was before Judge Snell this morning charged by Special Officer .McKcnny with assault and nlsowlth disorderly conduct. Tho ofllccr stated that thodlsoider occurred In tho gal lery at tho Comlque. Ho had drank with thobojsand they afterwards becamo dis orderly nud ho arrested tho defendant, who resisted, and he had to strike him on tho liend. The boy's head was cut and lie had blood on his clothes. Tho Court repri manded tlio ofllccr for drinking with tho boys. Ho said this was in violation ot thu jiollco manual and besides It destroyed his moral influence over tho boys, Tlio boy was lined J5 In ouo casoaud released In tlio other. C'niijflit In tlio Act. A colored burglar, named Coat Smith, was caught In tlio act of robbing the money drawer ot Taylor it ltlchardson's saloon at Tenth and 0 streets Saturday night, by .Mr. Taylor, who was knocked down by Smith us uo ran out of tho house. In the l'olloo Court Ofllccr Kenny testified to arresting tho defendant with $1(1 In his pocket, tlio amount missing from tho money-drawer. Ho was committed for tho action of tho grand jury for housebreaking, and ho got thirty (lavs for tlio assault. The Coinplnlnt of n I'rlvntc First-class Private John J. O'Connor, Signal Corps, has employed John Ambler Smith ns his attorney to bring tho attention of tho authorities to Ids alleged lll-trcut-nicnt at Fort Slyer, Iloclalms that ho was Invalided to tho post across tho I'otomac on account of Ill-health from a long tour of duty at Fort Asslnnlbolnc, Montana, and is kept at bard labor Instead of In hospital under medical treatment. Tlio miles' I'nlr. All preparations havo been completed by tho National Wiles for tho opening of their fair at tlio armory to-night. At .1 o'clock this afternoon tho Itllles In their dress uni forms assembled lu front of tho armory, and to tlio music of the Marino llaud, paraded through tho principal streets to tho Arling ton Hotel, In front of which a dress parndo will be given at 1 o'clock. ItiillilliiK AMhocIntloii .Heel Inc. Tho regular monthly nicotine of the Homo Co-operative Vurchaso and Ilulldlng Association will bo held to-morrow (Tuns. day) evening nt 510 Eleventh street north- wen. fcuwcripuons lo tho stock of this association can bo inmlo at tho oflico of tho manager, Mr. T. 0. Hensey, 010 F street, Advances SIahc IIuii.deiis. SI air, IGOF sheet. James II, Mr. '. N. IIHI AiimucitiI. Ill reply to Sir. Charles S, Hill's com plaint about Lieutenant Guy and tho Fourth Precinct police, tho Commissioners say that thero Is no Just ground for complalut iigalnst thcjiollcc. An I'nUiiiiwii Sinn llrou'iieit. Tlio police were notified at U:I0 o'clock this afternoon that an unknown man had been drowned at tho foot of Twenty-sixth street. Tlio body was recovered, but no one picscut could identify thu remains. The I'lro f.'re-niulci fiim. An exhibition will bo given at 13.11 K street southeast at 1 o'clock this afternoon of Iho Flro (irenado, Escaiio and Lifo-LIno gun, manufactured by tlio llurtlctt Flro Ex tinguishing Company. MlHtnlu-ii Identity. Sir. Jlenjauiln DoWoIir, formerly of this city and llaltlmoro and now living In Phila delphia, who was thought to bo tlio person who was icccntly foutid dead in a Wilming ton hotel, 18 ullvo. Improving u t.'liuroli, Tho vestry of Christ Church on 0 street between Sixth and Seventh streets south- cast, will erect an addition to tho Church which will cost $1,700. 1'liOi'KiiTV bought, sold and oxchanzod. Jumcs II. Slarr, VM I' street. Tho KlnlTiK Hlvor. The Signal Ollco predicts a continued life, lu tlio Potomac, but no fears of a seri ous fre'thct are entertained. C ait ovkiicoats. Klacinau, cor. 7th & E, AT Till! TllllATIWS. riorriires-'OIiiy IIIooih",,Vim,hIIoii" tli'iiiiln Ciilnf Tliu Niiuulii (,'iincerl. The ndvnnro snlo of reserved seats at tlio National Thcatio Indicates largo audiences this week during tho engagement ot tho Florences. This genial pair has hosts ot f I lends In this city who aro glad to welcome Hum back. Tho rcperlolro Is announced as follows; For to-night, Tuesday and Wed nesday nights and Satuday afternoon, "Our dovetnor;" for Thursday utiil Friday, "Tho Jllghty Dollar," mid for Saturday night, "Dombcy and Son," with Sir. Floreneo as Captain Culllc, a character In which ho was famous a score of years ago. "May lllossom" opens ntAlbatigli'sdrand Opcru Houso to-night. The play Is soprclty mid was so well dono hero last season by tho eiitno company that It Is snto to predict good honsrs nt Albaugli's for tlio wliolo week. Sllss (Icoigla Cayvan In tho tltlo role has made herself a popular favorite, wbllo Sir. Slaglnley lias shown himself a Ilrst-elass comedian. 'IhoDalys open at Ford's Opera Houso this evening lu rollicking comedy entitled "Vacation, or Harvard vs. ialo." Tho themo is proline in Incidents, among which ate a boat race, n bloodless duel, bathing scene, hazing a professor, mid other scenes 1 icullar to college life. A week ot fun and laughter Is In store for tho patrons of this theatre. Jennie Calcf, Iho popular lltllo actress, opens at Herzog's Openi-llouso this even ing lu tho "Llttlo .Mullets," which will bo lepeuted to-morrow and Wednesday. For Thursday, Friday and Saturday "Fanchon" Is announced. Two performances are given dally, so Unit tho llttlo folks can havu nil opportunity of seeing this popular favorite. "Saved from the Storm" Is tho attraction at tlio Dlino Museum this Meek, In which Orny and Stephens will appear with their wonderful dogs. Tho play Is very thrilling In all Its details, and will no doubt prove ery attractive. 'lhogicnt American prima donna, Stmo. Ncvad.i-l'iilmer, oppears to-night at tho Congregational Church In grand concert with a company of unusual strength, In cluding SI. Vcrgnct,lcnor;Slgiior Carlo Hull, bailtone) Slpnnr Lulgl Casatl, violinist; SIous, tiustavo l.cwlts, pianist, and Slguor I'orrnno, flutist. Stmo. Nevada-rnlmerwlll ting tho great shadow song from "Dlmmih," an aria from "Lucia ill Lammermoor," and, with SI. Vergnet, n duet from L.ikmo. This performauco will pruvo u rare tieat to nil lovcis of good music. rho concert given at Slasonlc Hull last Saluiduy night for ch.-.rlty, under the auspices of Sllle, Noguerlas, was a billllant niclal success. A L'ood programme was prcscuicii ana n large amount icaiizcii. An unusually attractive programmo Is nnnouiiced at the Theatre Comlmie. llnnd fomo and dashing young ladles appear In "The Forty Tlilovcs," a piece of thrilling Intel est. I'llicil for 1'InIiiI OiUT.vlnjr. John Harrington, n despcrato-lonklng whlto youth, was behind tho bars at Judge Sucll's court this morning for carrying n llrltlsh bulldog pistol and also with at tempting to use It on a colored man named Joseph i'cyton. l'oyton stated that the ac cused came Into tho saloon corner of Eleventh and 0 streets last Friday, whero ho Is employed, and tried to sell a "snide" IJngci-rlngaud they detected tho fraud and put him out. Ho ennui back with Ids pistol cocked and was caught before ho could dis charge It. He was lined J.0 or ninety days forcarrjlng the pistol and thirty days for the assault. Another Ah.vIiuu Xe'cried. Slary Coleman, colored, who was con victed n few days ago ot grand larceny, came Into court this morning to bo sen tenced. It was evident that sho was In u dcHcato condition. As sho could not bo sent to tho penitentiary and thero was no institution where sho could bo placed, sho was lelcascd upon her personal recogniz ance. A WllgiT of M'i.SOO. Tho sum of 2,500 has been posted at the Turf Exchange at the Marble Saloon to bet In sums from $100 upward or tho wholo against Jil.OUO that Governor Hill wilt bu le-elcctcd Governor of New i'ork to morrow. FlfflOlAL. Sew York Stock 3Inrket. flin f.il I.......... ..n,.n .....i. ...H.xt.n.l 1... T . I,U ,!. ,11 ,11 1IU.U ,L-VII .lltlllSIIUkl 11 ,1 , Yiuico Lewis, broker, southwobt corner Eighth mid (I tlicels: Kami:. o, Can Pacific... Cell l'a C II A () OJItBil',... Del II DLifW Hen & ltlo U. lirle Krlc'-'s Kan & Tex.. Ills feu N. I Cen I.Mioro 1.& Niifh.... Stan t'onsols. JlkliCen.... Wo l'a N West SOU 51 " prfd H vi i.Mjrin ra. mmviYA " nrcf I INY Ccn, !CTlilMU:Omalia... 101 lil)( WA. SAi ,1'.MW 121 ! " nrfil... tooHioj 1H4 1b!fi e)ro Trans s4 sow (,! -BM tires Hall. HI STHU'iiJIall... SsXillteiulliiB... I Uock lsl.. 41M St. Paul 1UU 100M Wijs o7H HI , M : "prfd.... 80H 80 t.'lilcuuo ainrki-tH. The fnllowmc summary Is by II. IC. Pirelli & Co., St. Cloud building, Ninth and 1' streets: 11. Wheat Nov Deo Slay Com Nov Dec Mny Oats Nov.. .... Dec Way rork Nov , Deo Slay Lard Nov Deo May 87 !)3 OOri 3W4 3911 38U1 3SWI 3AV1 sa'4 hu SOSli 80J 8 03 8 1S)4 BRO (ISSHi B87V4 5 87 sujd 8113 811) SOT Mi 5 80 SH7K 87W on. 1). IC, Tlaln Ss Co., St. Cloud bulldln. fur nishes tho following oil quotations: Closed baturday, ltlfk. Oncnoil to-day, 111W; highest llljli; lowest, lUkiXM, UVH. lViiMliliictoii Htoe'kH. Tlio following aro the closing quotations of tho Washington Stock Exchange to-dayas fur nished by Slessrs. Towers Ureon, bankers: 11U. Washington .t fleorgctown stock Waslilngi on Hi (leorgotowu bonds IIS Metropolitan stock lflSK Columbia stock Ul North Capitol and O street 11 Anacostla 10H Washington City ClasllghtCo 3JV6 fieorgelown (iasllght t;o u I'lremcn's Jnsiirauco Co Franklin Insuraneo Co ; National Sletropolltan Insurance Co National Union Insurance Co 17 Arlington Insurance Co Ill Corcoi an I nsiiraneo Co Columbia Insurance, Co 10)4 (icrimin-Atnerlcan Insurance Co 130 1'otonmo Insurance Co -1'lMi Itlggs Iusuraneo Co (l Hoard of Publlo Works Green 83 03) Slasonlo Hall bonds 1WJ.J Wubhliigton Slarket Co. stock Ill , " , ", ," bonds 103 Inland and Seaboard Co, stock " " " bonds Washington Ilrlek JIaeliluo Co, stock 100 Hank of Washington TS Hank of Wiishliigtou 30 Nat loniil Slut ropolltnn Hank National Hank of tho Iteimbllo Farmers' nnd Mechanics' National Hank, i.corgciown ntlcnx' National Hank Second National Hank Cen I nil National Hank (,'reat Falls loo Co Heal Lstnto Title Insurance, Co l'cniisylvnulu Telephone Co ChcHiiienki) & 1'otoinao Telejihono Co, U. S. Llcctrlo Lleht Co ...150 ...107 ...107 '.'.'l00 ... 03H! '.'.'. ma ... 33 Ofllccr V. L. Allen ot tho Klghth Pro duct Is very 111. About !) o'clock this morning Of)lccr6 Sniont and Dalloy found tho front door of -03 Kast Capitol street southeast, open. 'Iho occupants wcro uotllled but found nothing missing. The funeral of Sir. Thomas A. .Mitchell took place this afternoon at !) o'clock, from tho residence of his son-lu-law, James Slmms. 1IW North Carolina avonuo south east. Tlio Interment was at Congressional Cemetery. Eight arrests Saturday nud two yester eloy in Kast Watlilngton. Tho regular weekly Inspection of the Sluilno Guard at .the Navy-Varil took place this morning. "Alilrriiey lnlry u'ligoim"' Freeh Aldcrney butter, churnod ovory morning mid delivered In j lb, "Ward'1 lirluts, -10c, per lb. Also cottage choose; buttermilk and sweet inllk, Co, per qt. Cream, 15c. per pint, J aiM IS IM IS IV tt'.ljj1 'Ml i mi ink 53K 63H 111 15-H Tox .! Pa. lOftW lWijZ' 11 I'aelllo 7S5S' 7M21 V Sh'rolst lOIMlftJM VVUiilou.... lll:Min!A r.. c. is" m W.M B7H MM VVA MHS. MXnTJtVS AITAlllS. WI111I 11 I'roinliient Now Vorlinr Clnlius lo Kimiiv About TI10111 'i'lic recent I.0111I011 lawsuits, which resulted. In the dccltunllim thut Jlrs. Limgtry pnltl her husband n salary on condition Hint hu docs not molest her, litis caused Rome comment hero, where the fuels of .Mrs. I.nugtry's social ostra cism while lu this country nro still re membered. A prominent New Yorker, who has considerable knowledge on the subject, said lo 11 New York corre spondent of the Cincinnati Commercial (liiictlc tho other day: "Some two or three years ago 3Ir, l,niitry, you may remember, came to this country, but refused to glvo any very gnJisfnctory reason for ills visit. During his slay In America ho was for tho greater part of the time my guest, lie talked with 1110 very freely, and I feel nt liberty, under the present cir cumstances, to give publicity lo tlio fnctK gathered from htm, According lo hhstorv the first discovery of S1r.s. l.iinglry in the island of Jersey was mndo by tlio Duke of Jledfnrd, Tlio duko was very much struck by her beauty and paid her a great denlof at tention. At that time Sir, nud Sirs. I.nngtry wcro living In nllluent circuni MauccH on 1111 Income 'which amount ed, ho claims, to .'J 15,000. On his ic turn to London from his visit, tho I'rlnt'o of Wales heard bo much from Iiedford of the extraordinary beauty of Jlr.s. Lnngtry that nt his ro ipicsl that gentleman accom panied him on a trip to Jersey for tho jiurposc of meeting tho beauty. Thu l'rlnce was as much pleased with .Mis. Lnngtry as was her friend, nnd he suggested that she Hiako her debut lu London society, altering to mnko It his business lo re (Hiest certain Indies In London soctcty to act as her sponsors. Tho olTer was accepted by the lady, whoso head was already n lltllo turned by tho attention her charms allraclcd. None of these proceedings were looked upon with favor bvJlr. Langtrv. who foresaw thai ho was about to bid farewell for ever to his quiet, peaceful Hfo. Sirs. Liuigtry's Loudon Hfo was al ways dlbtastelnl to her husband. Ills wllu's extravagance soon wiped out fortunes, Sir. Langtry told her ho was ruined iliuuiclnlly. "This farce," ho paid, "is played out. You married mo for better, for worse; for richer, for pooler. You have bud all tho fat. You nuibt now take tho lean. I have suf ficient Influence to secure a Govern ment appointment. Wo will retire rom society, lake n small house, and eltlc elown together llko re.spcctablu people lor Iho rest of our lives, Sirs. Lnngtry refused to go, and de clared she would go on tho stage first. Sir. Langtry Informed her that if she did so he would not llvo with her. Sho retorted openly that tho only man sho ever cared for ivus Sir Gcorgo diet wynd, and ended by running oir to the Continent with Chctwyml, where they travelled under an assumed name. Naturally, when they returned to Lon don tho doors of society ware closed, Jhs, Paget, the daughter of Sirs. Ptirnn .Stevens, knowing theso facts, saw to it that Sirs. Langtry's introduction! wcro Ignored, nud that she was not received lu society In New York. At this time Sir. and Sirs. Langtry separated. Un der the laws of Jersey Iherc is no such thing ns a divorce. An Aillwtle TeciiHiiic. A dozen j cars ago nil Antwerp tailor bought for a franc a dirty llttlo plcturo which hud belonged loan old doctor then icccntly deceased. Tho tailor hung tho picture upon tho wall, hut did not think It woitli tho cost of cleaning, and nobody found Jt very attractive. A llttlo whllo ago, however, an artist huiipcucd to sco It, ami induced tho owner to lend It to him to clean. No sooner was tho first coat of dirt icmovcdthan thero was seen lu onooftho corners tho signature, "PIctro Paulo Itu bens, 1(114." Tlio plcturo represents Christ blessing tho world, and Is said to bo in ex cellent preservation. Tho tailor has already lcceivcd several good oilers for his picture; but ho Is waiting until a rich American "comes along." Pall Slall Clazctto. Si:n tho doublo-brcastcd sack overcoat at Elscmau llros., cor. 7th A K. iii:i. KINO. Monday, Nov. S, at 7 o'clock a. in,, Illram 1. King, aged 71) years. Funeral services nt Ids lato rcsldcnco (Clobu House), comer V anil Twelfth streets, nt u o'clock n, in. to-day. itelatlvos anil lrlcnds Invited. No ltowers. Interment at Hicllmrn Falls. Mass. DOUGLAS & BRO., sss-fisi-fiua ninth stiikht, (St. Cloud lliillilliii;). AMOUMMEHT EXTRAORDINARY, Don't Miss This Chancei An Tastcrn manufacturer has sent to us, with Instructions to sell at once, his entire stock of Ladles nnd children's MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, IMotlier Jlubbnrd Dresses, Aprons, .Ve. As our own stock of theso goods Is very complete, and our space limited, wu shall, In order to dlsposo of this lot quickly, glvo tho ladles bargains novcr beforo orferod. Wo will tell, ('nininriiclug, Tuesday, Nov. U. nt 10 o'clock, tho entire lot, counting of over 1.CC0 ilozon, at tho uniform price of 25 GENTS. Tin: lot now iNcr,ui)i;si I-nilles' Night Dresses, runted front, nock and sleeves. I.niltes' Whlto Skirts, deep rufllo, full size. IjkIIcs' Chemise, solid tucking and torchon edging. l.ailles' Drawers, tucked nnd deep laco odg. I m.'. Ladles' Corset Covers, perfect fitting, tucks unci Hamburg edging. I.iulles' Iajng Whlto Aprons, tucks nnd deep hem. Ijullcs' black Coisot Covers, to wear under Jerseys, children's Whlto Cnmbrlo Jtother Hubbard Drcfsos, nil hl7c bailies' iBo Cuffs, "Standard Urand," our lest, at Me. Ladles' l3o CufTs, "Standard brand," our best,!!forS5e. Ladles' Su Handkerchiefs, now designs, all linen, lit lfc. Ladles' ISo Handkerchiefs, new designs, nil linen, at lie. Ladles' alio (doves, canhmeio, excellent value, nt Sf.u. Ijidles' DCe Gloves, cashmcro, very superior, nt !!7o. Ladles' fiCo Cloves, cashmcro, decided bar gains, ut fiCe. Children's UOo Cloves, caslimere, nil sizes, at l.'"e, Ladles' (1.60 Cornet, whalebono, not horn, nt ?t. Ladles' S3 Corset, "'..," only SI. 13. I jiillen' 37o Aprons nt UTxi. Infants' Wu lllbbcd bhlrts, cashmere, nt SCe. Infants' 75o Knit Sacquos nt tSc. Luillew' 31.60 Kill (Jloves ut 81. . 1 allies' rxe Hustles, net, at Kio. Ladles' 75o Hustles, l'roneh hair cloth, nt CCo. Ijidlc' Wo Hustles, deer hair, at 30o, Ijidles' aoo Hurtles, deer hair, at 2V), tXo Nuiros' Cnfis nt Ilk). Infants' Long hllps, cambric, lace trimming nud long siulius, clilldren's Drawers, tucks and Aiinbrolil eiles, ele, As It Is our puriKiso to make this offering very nttrnetlu', wo ask especial attention to tlio following list of uitleles nud prices: Ladles' 'Je Hose, solid colors, white heels and toes, nt illii, Ladles' !l7u llot-o, heavy balbrlggan, at Slo. Uidles' Ot'o IIoko, solid colors, whlto feet, at 80c, IjkIIcV Gilo Iloto, extra heuvy, fleeced llnod, ut Ho, Ladles' Cficlloso, nil-wool cashmere, nt He. Hoys' 50o lloso, heavy, French ribbed, ut 37e. JlliiCCs'SSa Hose, UnglUh, medium weight, nt SCe. LadleB ISo Collars, "Standard llraiid," our boot, a lorSIe. DOUGLAS S5 BRO., sa-ni-ns ninth nthkist, (St. Cloud llillldllli-.) jjnxooorjs Ho that waits with patlenco Never watts In vain, And tliusothnt romo to buy ourgoods Will surely call again. Kavtmak, When Patience Ceases to lie a Vir tue Aiiilion Loses Its Grip. How pullmitly wn lirtvn'vriilted friini ilny In ilny fur tidings front our Hlnirt end mills that wo might answer tlio numy questions, llnvu your .Sliiirl-eml llress (looiln urrlvoil?" We were so com pletely sold mil of Ibis class nf gnnds lliat wu pnslllvnly wcro sun'orlug Tor tlio (leiiiiind. Now wo 111111I0 Monto Crlstoi "SAVED I SAVED I" Just eomo In, tho finest lino of Dross Goods Hint ever entered our establishment. Wo positively commit no error when wo say that thero wcro over MB enscs of theso goods, Tlio following Is tho line, nnd wo nro In hopes to suit every one that comes: 1 lot of All-wool Shuda Cloth, U Inches Wide, 8.1c. 1 lot of Canvas Cloth, 4J Inches wide. Me. Hot of Cabin Twill, -13 inches wide, Mo. Thero is 110 such n thing ns n missing shade. 1 lot of Dimblo-wldtli Caslimere, l'JXlo. 1 lot of Doublo-wldth Cashmere, lo Inches wide, 15c. 1 lot of Doublo-wldth Cashmere, 12 Inches Wlile'.aio. 1 lot of extra fine Cnshmero, 11 Inchos wide, I lot of Prnp d'Altnn, doublo-wldth, 10 Indies wide, IHo. 1 lot of I'lmirrd Cashmere, slnglo width, Via. 3,0(0 jnuls of Entities, RJiJo. Tho s.imo goods that wo had tlio early part of tlio season. ,!VJ imls of liandsome l'urnlturo Print. r.e. 1,.W yards Indigo Ditto Prints put up Into Dress Patterns, l4o. Theso nro tho regular to. goods. l,K(i nrds Dress Ulnghams, neat styles nnd splendid cloth, CH-c Sl'KOIAT.S. to pnlis of very Handsome Tnpod-cdiro Nuttlnahiiin Cnrtnlns, In rrcatn only, S-'.DJ. 'I'ben' goods would bo considered a bargain at 5,'l.r.O. KTl) Lndlcs' Gossamers, slos CO lo (M, anil wnrrantcd. W)e. n doze 11 blietlnnd Bhawls, nllcolorj, Mr, SO dozen Children's Hand-knit It3od, largo sizes, a'.o. :i lots of All-wool Cloth Shawl 1 to match cults. 1 lot of best Tark similes, 0!)e. 1 lot best Dnik Sliudes, much larger and filter. 81 .-in. 1 lot of bet Dark Shades, much larger and Ml liner, SS.1B. 1 lot of best Dark Shades, embroidered and extra line, $'.'. 10. HOOT AND SllOU IMiPAKTMUNT. Some Hplcndld lliirgiilns lu Tills De partment. Clilldren's Solt Sprlng-IIccl Shoes, In flno kid. a to 7, ire. Children's drain Sprlng-IIccl Shoos, 5 to B, K'c. Children's Pebble-Coat Heeled Shoes, 8 to 10f. we. e hlldrcn's Heavy Laco Shoes, brass tips, 8 tu is, .lie. IIf es' Heavy Lnco Shoes, pegged, IDo. Sllsscs' Kid button Hoots, win ranted solid eather. We. Children's rebblo-Ooat Sprlng-llocl, war rnnteil folld lentler, size 0 tu 11, bile. Children's Kid Snrlng-lleel, wnrrantcd solid leather, slzo II to li, Wio. .Misses' Kid Siirlug-llccl lluttou, slzo 1'.' to 2, wniTiinted solid, SLID. Sllsscs' l'ehblo-Ooat, worked buttonholes, warranted solid. Sl.l'J. l.nillcs' Coat lluttou lloots.workcil holes.C-'ii!. Ladles' Kid button Hoots, warranted solid leather, S1.SU. Jlen's l'micyToo Hook Shoos, nil sizes, 91.21. Our Millinery Depart inoiit.OiirWriip Department, Cftir Carpel Departmeiit, Our DepnrtmentH In General aro hloekeil to Ibelr Utmost Capacity. A. KAUFMAN'S Double Combination Store, liMI 4V llM.'tl'.lcvcntli Kt.S. t!, VNxJiiSHSdlWX w- Insurance Co., No. 629 F STREET N, W WAKlIIXtJTOX, i. t; ISSTIO Fire and Marine Policies ECO, Cliiuicrcil liy Congress, 1837. Capital. $200,000, Sarplns, $164,000 OFFIOKl HEW BUILDING, H. E, Oor. Ssventh Street and Louisiana Avenue. AI.11EHT A. WILSON, President. TIKIS. PAHKKIt, VIco-Prosulout. C. w. HOWAHD, Secretary, It. II. 1IAZAHI), Ass't Soa'y. National Metropolitan Fito Ids. Co., OJO Fa. Ave. N. V., "Washington, D. O. CASH CAl'lTAL, $100,000. EDWAHU .CLAniC, Tros. SAMUEL CltOSS, Seo'y. aull-tf JAS. H. IMZoGIILiL DEALER IN 13UILDINQ SUPPLIES, COS to 911 U ttrcct northwest, next National Utiles' Armory. Architectural Iron Work. Cement, Plaster, Firo Hrlck, Flro Clay, Wall Slate, Paints, Oils, Olass, etc. ea USE COKE For Generating Steam. For Cooking Purposes. For Heating by furnace. For heating by Latrobc. For Open Orates. Itvls Katlly Ignited. It Makes u CJulcU, Hot Flro. It Docs Not Hum Out tho Orate. It Is Economical. , It Will Pay to Try It. l'On SALE DY THE Washington Gaslight Com'y, 40 llnslicls, Crushed.,,, ?1 70 S3 bushels, Crushed, SCO .Wllufclicla, Not Crushed -DO UJHushels, Not Crushed !M PQHlcllvcrcd to Any Part of Washington orucoigctown. W. R.BPBABB, OIO F BTHKET NOKTUWK3T. E vers thing strictly first-class and on tho most rear-onublo tens. (Camp Chairs tolilro for nH jx'oiiskiiiio Aueirsr iiiiiicidoiii', nilNlSHINO INDEItTAKEIl, No, .110 Pennii, mo. n, w,, bet, 3d and i sts, U eryllilns first eluss. Curious Tilings We See, Curious TMngs . We Hear, Tills reminds us of n conversation wo over heard tho other day lu our establishment when somo ladles romarked that certain stores do not ndhcro to their special adver tliemcnts, but utvo far Inferior or nt times havo not Rot tho advertised goods In stock. Tho HON MA1ICIIK stands beforo you, proud ami lionornblo, defying any ono to say they do not ndhcro strictly to their ndvertlso ments. Having como to your city to stny and build up n homo for tho purchasing publlo and bo known In every house ns tho bazar of honest trading, tho HON MAHCIIE has gained your confidence nnd Intends to maintain It nt nil hazards. Its close attention to business, ono ptlce nnd tho privilege of roturnlng goods If not satisfactory, will undoubtedly bo tho cor-ncr-stono of success. Tho HON MAiiCIIK, lu coming beforo you with goods nt Immensely low prices, begs to state that It always has tlio advertised nrtlcloto supply lhogroatot poslblo rush. At the snmo time, whllo hiv ing had no occasion us yet to resort to the old-tlmododgoof advertising articles In lim ited quantities nt or below cost, It certainly claims to buy lis goods chonp enough to sell nny number with u small profit, nnd still bo lower In pilco than those who nilvcrtlso their goods below cost. Untrimmed Hats. Wo nro showing n decided novelty In a tnllor-mado lint with broad Ottoman hunting, extiu (Inequality, ut SI, IS; tho usual prico Is $.'.',". Our flno French Felts nro still having nn In mcno run nt 81.13: they arc worth 81.13. A new Invoice or our well-known American Felts, In nil now shapes nnd colors, has been opened, nnd wo'll continue, to sell them nt (c, nltlmtigh tho price has boon advanced on account of scarcity In tlio shapes. Novelties in Walking Hats. Inspection Invited. Onr Marquis do Lorno nt $1,89; something entirely new. Our Albion, nil nil trimmed flno Felt Hat, In nil colois, ut 81, Jllsses' nnd Children's Trimmed School Hats, In all colors nnd shapes, at 7'Jc; rcdueod fiom St. A lino mixed Felt Hat, bound with Ottoman lllibiui nud Inney braid, reduced to 31. All-sine I'lusil I'Oio mps ul ioe; reuueeu fintnlCu. A'elvtt Caps of our own mako nt very low li Ices jiiu n(iz.iere (.itp!. nil cuiurn, hi. iuii euen. Jersey Caps, embroidered, nt !W nnd -ISe. Jersey Cups, with polkn dots, at'.'e, Our Jersey "Sco-snw" Caps, with tassels, at 3fo. Our Flush "See-saw" Caps at SI "3; reduced from $1.74. Our Dept. for Trimmed Hats. Tl.o unu-iinl activity lu this department convinces us of showing the correct stylos nt rlRht prices: nnd why should It not bo so? u cdinmiind skillful nnd pollto hands who take pi lilo In showing everything that Is now nnd desirable to our customers, whether they wish to buy or simply como to Inspect our InrcuasKirtincut. Among nil materials col ored lib-sccs seem to bo favorites lor Hat Trimming, liy gh lug us a cull you will Unit this btutcment to bo correct. Ribbons. Spoelnl liitlucmuoiitH Our stock of Itlbbonsls to-day larger than It ought to bo according to our rules govern ing same. Wo thercfoiu offer spec-hit Induce ments which, boyond doubt, will reduce the department to Its normal size, viz: M pieces No. IS fancy plaid and striped lllb boiis, 5 patternsnt lUHo it yard; reduced from lt'o. CO pieces No. 1(1 Velvet lllbbon.s, garnet, blege. green, sapphire und brown, at lUe; re duced noma lo. 31 pieces No. 7 Satin and Vclvct.ltibbons at He; leiluced fromaie. Ml pieces Velvet nnd Ottoman Fancy Strlpod million, iiinotllk.iit IT: worth ISo. x pieces No. ti Fancy Striped ntt)o a yard; a bargain at ale. r.u pieces No. )X. SO and 10 bright Plaids and Milpes nt ajej leiluced from We. i pieces 5-Inch Pluck Sash Itlbbons, satin and gros grnln, puro silk, at l.'c; worth Olio. Si pieces Watered Saih Itlbbons, Uln., Im pel ted, pure silk, nt D3c; reduced from $1,31. Fancy Feathers, Wings and Birds for Hat Ornaments. Tho demand for tho nbovo having been so laigo that our manufacturer has been unablo to supply us lu time. In order to keep our old prices wo havo mnrked down our cntlro Steele nnd divided It Into 5 lots, viz: Lot 1 Comprising our 15, ill und S3o Fancy Feathers, reduced to IOC. Lot II Comprising. our -13, 51, 01 and 7lo. , Fancy Feathers, reduced to 30o. Lot III Our Enr-sliaped Feathers, high novelty, reduced from 7l)e. to (Ho. Lot ,1V Comprising our M!, SlSo nnd S1.23 Fancy birds (largo size), reduced to 73o. Lot V Comprising our Fancy breasts with Mid effects, formerly sold ut 31.S3, S1.3'J, SI. IS, reduced to SI. Ostrich Tips. 15 dozen llhiek Ostrich Tips at 73o.; worth 81. 18. JO dozen Colored Tips, 3 In a bunch, French Heads, ut 81c; u bargain nt SJ.HH. French Chinchilla Tips, nt SS.UU. L'oloied Plumes, all shades, ut 31.10; worth 81.50. Hxtra heavy black Plumes, French goods, nt Sl.dH. New designs In Imported Ornaments, from So. up toSlnpleeo. Silk Velvets. Our "Loader" In all popular shados at 8lo a yard ciinuot bo bought elsewhere ut loss than l.S5. Our "Superior" 10-Inch wldo. dcslrablo shades, nt SJ.OO; worth S1.U3 a yard. Our best quality of HlncK Hroeado at S3.23 n yard would bo cheap nt SWA. Our puio Bilk Facu nnd black Velvet at S3.SU u yard would bo a bargain nt S1.73. Flno collection of Funcy A'elvets, Plaids, brocades und Stripes, sultablu for hat as well lis dress trimming, its pieces of lino quality Fancy Plushos re duced irom S1.70 to S1.1S lor yard, The Celebrated "Bollo Vel veteen," li!! InchcM 'Wide, Is sold by us exclusively. It Is unnecessary for us to speak about Iho superior quality of these Volietceiis. Tho heavy salos wo nro dully huv lug speak for thomsolvos. A new lot lias been openod nud wo Will con tinue to sell them In Pluck ut as, 15, 70, iSo and St, 10; In Colors nt 43. 75 nnd t0o: according to quality, The " Bon Marche," 316-318 Seventh St. N, W. STRICTLY ONE PRICE, A HOWLER. AVcro 3 on out In tlio blow yoslorilny ? And (ltd you reel your want of im Over rent anil ll Heavier Hull ? Hern Iticit ut tlio .MIHI'IT STOUT. Glorious Good Overcoats at S6, $6, S7, $8, $10, $12, $14 up to $25. Heavier Suits at $6, $8, $10, $12, $14 up to $25. Pants from $1.50 up. Boys' and Children's Wear at Extra Low Pricos. Suits from $2.50 up, Overcoats from $2 up. THE MISFIT STOR.E, Corner Tenth and F Streets. Bo suro and como to tho corner. Open till 9 p. m.j Saturdays, 11 p. m. Klcctrlo Light. CLOTHING. An tfin ilnrlf.KhitrKlnrhocomoft rcclc eft with ftuccofts until liln capture In nuly ii iiucstlmi of tlnir, no, llttlo by llttlo tlioftcrmw tifhlglt price for lino CldtliliiR Iiiito boon tlKlitrtioil on tho pcoplo oT AViiHlilnRton, until tlicylinvo liccoinn rontlvo uiulor tlio prufiuro Tho Clolilon Kuj;lu Clothing Coiupuiiy Hinv tho tlmo wiih rlpn to Htop In ami rltl thopuhlloor tliUluouliUK of oxactlon. Our nhn In not anniMi a fortuno, utir 11 Itu 1 11 ii cnntlo In Hpuln In a fowyoarrff hut to hullcl up a rrputalilu hii5lniM4 ImihcmI on tho principle of oqulty Juh tiro between man and num. Ah evl ilruco of our unml Intentions, wo quotn n few Htylrn anil prlcvH which wo think Mill Interest you. AVo havo Just opened ail elegant lino if ChlldrenM Plultod .Sultftf well nuitle. wtronp anil tlurable, froin-t to 13 yoai-Hof uk at $3.flO, A eouiplete lino of OwireouU for Chlldron of Ntiino iio ut rt',5(). luHiiltrt for lloyt who wonr loiiRjiaulN, Hay from 11 to 17 yearn, wo havo, a.Suporli .Stock, ruug liiK In prico from $." for Hult or Ovor rout up to $1K. lu M'parnto lantiour prices rniiKO from tl,5 up. AVo with to nay right huro wu Icrop thol-Mnott CIoodH known to tho tratlo al propor tionately low price, but our cheaper Krtuli'M aro mnilo with euro ami atten tion, ho that they aro Inferior to the 11 nest only In quality of material. AVo havo vnn SuUh from $(1.50 to :J8i OxorcoatH funnel to $10; In noparato TrowHorn wo havo 2,000 pnlrrt, raiif;lug from $3.50 up to $10, In every kind anil pattern. In elegance ami style our good Htantl alone Ah to prico wo In vito competition. A nobby thing N tho Keeling Jacket nnil A'ct, made of Chinchilla. Thoy do away with thu noccKhlty of an overcoat, and aro pre ferred by some on that account. AVo havo them lu HOtcrnl grade and col ons. Tho Xorfolk, that nesllgoo gar ment ho popular with youii men, JIikIh a largo representation In our ntock. In fact, If you want Anything In tho Clothing line, combining lone, elegance, ntylo and Inwnc of price, vlHlt tho Glei Eagle Cloli Co, Kortliwest comer 7th and D Sts, (All HluoSlfriiH.) Ono M'ord lmirei Vu mUertlKo notlilii(;liiit what wo linvo. J. M. OUADV, Sliiiiuxer. 7 ust iii:ckivj:i a j'ini: r.iNi: V or Men's and Boys' Clothing At prices that will defy competition. Mon'a I'ntnlmero Knits. Iroin S3 tifij Men's Overcoats, from f:).W to SiM: Child' Overcoats, nco 3 to f, fur S3 and up; lloys Overcoats, ni;o 1.1 to 19. from S5 upwards: Hovb' Suits, aRo I to la, S'l and SI. up; Hoys' School Stilts, aijo 10 toll, $a.50to Sh; our l5o. Undershirts and Drawers hnrd to heat: Hoys' 20o. Shirts, S3o. l'olo Cups, frOe. School Hats; our St MIoV and !58' School Shoes, solid; Mo. Hod Flannel Shirts and Drawers; coral hats for DOo. nud SI: Hoys' SIiirIo Hunts only Sue. SellliiK Cheap for Cash nt S 23 Xi 33 "ST ' S , 1011 AND 1010 1'ENN. AVE. Ck T. KZEE3ST, Tstilor, 4:14: ICTXL-t:bL St. olo the i nsr o. T3L. x. ijEvn,, 1111 I'KNN. AVJINUK, Winter 0 vercoaUnes anA Suitings Of myownlmportntlon.nowrocotved. Oontlo men, pleneo call, Inspect und loavo your or ders at tho Leading Tailoring Establishment of Washington. Uest Goods. Host Trim nilnRs. Mono but llrst-clnss worltmcu em ployed at 1111 Pennsylvania Avenue. EC. 3D. 1BJLFCEI Importer and Tailor. ' Something lew. Broadway Diaginal Over coats. llluo nnd Drown, Hnok and Surtout, Silk Lined nud Worsted Lined. E. B. BAMUM & CO 031 Ponna. Avonuo, SEAL SKIN WRAPS. Lais' tal Slin trans, Seal Skin Sacques, 37 inches to W Inches long, from 5100 to SiTO. Seal Visites, l'liiln, I.ynx, lux nud SliiinU Tilliiiued, Seal Ulsters, . Plush Ulsters, , Plush Visites, Plush Sacques, ALL AT NEW YOltK l'HICKS, SiMilul lot of OI.OT1I NllWJIAlt lCi.THdlreet fl'inil llerllu. I.mllek', JIUki'h' nnil Olilldroii's l'lirit In utory vnrlety. (leiitliiiiiun'H DrlvllIK nil il Willlflup; l'lir Cups. CiirrltiKii Holies, (llovim nnil (luuiil lets. Tho Largest and host Selected Stock over cxlilhitiil In this city. WILLETT& RU0FF Hatters and Furriers, SOB Pexi,n,a. A-ve. Drew's New Drug Store, NINTH ST. AND TENN. AYE. rsropcu all night. ANOM STATEMENT. MILLINERY GOODS. saaaAaaaaa 719 719 B. a. DAVIS 719 Market Space, TRIMMINGS. Wo invito tho attention of buyers to tho Largest nnd most Elegant lino of DltKSS nnd CLOAK TltlMMINOS over olTcred In this lniukct. It would bo a long story to tell you of nil wo havo In tills Depnrtment. Our ns Eotlment of FEATllillt T1IIMMINUS Is unsur patrcd. Wo huvo them from 37otoSIOpor yard. FUUTIIIJIMINOM In great varlctv, and nil cbolco goods. In Cbcnlllo una Tnpo ranges and Marabouts wo can show fifty different stjlcs, nil new, nmong them mauv novoltlat. Moss Trimmings lu nil colors. Wo buy only from reliable manufacturers, consequently our styles nnd prices nro correct. VELVETS. Lino of lllnelt nnd Colored VflLVKTS com plete, nnd I'rkcs Lower than they havo ever bcenoflcicd. BUTTONS. If you want to pco handfomo I1UTTOXS In IrresUllbln styles nnd colorings, spend a few moments nt our Hutton Counter. NEW DEPARTMENT. Our LINUX IIEI'AIITMENT, though loss linn a month old. Is nn Assured Success, uud glowing In popularity dally, Tahln Linens, Napkins, Towels, lioylles, Crnthos, l'anoy Tu Wo Coders, Splashers, etc., of every needed hind. Tlao goods nro fresh, styles now and prices uttiuctlvo. BLAOK GOODS. Ladles In wnnt of HLACIv DHESS OOOD3 or MOU1IN1NO HOODS of any description will do well to examine our stock. Wo mako a Fpcclallyof Hlnck Dress Hoods, nnd can suit tho most fastidious. Wo havo 11LACK JElt SEA'S In best makes. SPECIAL BARGAINS. Just received n largo lot of handsomo real Duchess Luce I'elerlncs nt Job price. Von can buy t hem very cheap. Wo mention one nuin I er worth S1H nt SU.W. Don't miss them. Wo havo bnrgnlns also In real Dtichoss Lacos, Handkerchiefs, I'louuclngs, eto, EMBROIDERIES, Luces, Illhbons, Nets, Veilings, Neek lluf Illngs, HIil nnd Cashmere Cloves, Handker chiefs, Soaps, Extracts, Fancy Goods nnd Notions In great variety, at E. &. DAYIS' 719 Market Space. Cor. Eighth SI GRAND TALL OPENING. I. Koliner & Bro., New Dry and Fancy Goods House. im: 7th St., bet. I. unit :u n. w., Havo purchased for eah a now and eotnpleto stock of Fancy und Seasonable 1)11 Y (iOOI)S, CLOAKS, AVHAl'.S, UI.ANKllTtf, CO.11 1'OKT.S, I.ADIKS', OllNTVmiil ciiii,i)Ki:.VMi''iJitNrHiiifas, IIOSIIIKY, OI.OVIl.S, NOTIONS, Ditis ooods, i:to., Which wo will sell ehoapcr than any other hotii-o on Sovinth street. El. C3-.ID-A.-VTS, Black Dross Goods, Embroideries, Lacos and Trimminos. 710 M4HKET Bl'AOK, WAaniNOTON, D. O. nn, ;i:oit;i: wsiiti:. LADIKS' TA1I.OI1 AND IIAIIIT-MAKBIt, 7aoSoenteeiith Street Northwest, Will mnko Ladles' Dresses, etc., iluilng Sep tember nud October at tho following jirlcos: Cloth Costumes, I. miles' own materials, SIS; Cents, 810: NewmarkolB, S15! Hentrleo, $18; Hiding Habits, 815; bilk Costumes, S15; liven- lug itu option Drustes, etc., Sltj and upward; i.ioiu i osiuines, uierjuiini; lunii'.iiuii, irom S 10; other garments eoirespondlugly. Special lit trillion to Wedding Outllts, In which Mr. Whlto has mndo a great success. Cutting nnd Fitting. 1'nttcins mndo to order. seal tf I'UJ.Ii STOCK OF TTnde r wear For Ladles, Children nnd Oentlcmeu. WM. R. RILEY, llllrj lli.ll.llnir. Cor. I'll. unl r, Nla.ii.tr MME. WASHINGTON, HVTocllsto, 1)07 I'ENNSYLVANIA AVKNUB. Drefi.cs Klcgnntly mado In tho Latest Stylos by l'lrst-class Artists. Tullor-miido Sulls ii Specialty, Dresses, Cloaks and Mantles Cut, lilted nnd Draped nt Heasonablo I'rleos. All Woik Dono wltli l'romptuoss uud Fully ouar nntecil. ; ml'-Mm PHOTO- ENGRAVINQ. Having recently llttod up a Pboto-EDgiaviDg Establiehmont, In connection with my I'ATKNT I'ltOCESS, 1 am prepared toliiinlsh 1LLUSTHATIONS AT NEW YOltK I'HICES. riiologrnplilng on Wood for tho Trade, HVEQi-U-X'iO iT03T03, 41B ELEVENTH BTHKET N, Sometliing lew. n. w. cLiiarrs Uombliiutloti l.nttoi-Sliect uud Ilitvolopn For Letters, Notices, . lis, Statements, Cir culars of nil Mzes; In boxes of Hi, W, 1D0, SM, 600 and l.lKNlcneh. Will dlsjienso with Envolopos. Will save Weight in l'ostngo. Will suvo Tlmo and Trouble. Tlio l'ostofllco stumps will show dato of do- livery, J. W. WATEUS, 1 110 Now York uyenuo. Solo Agt. for Washington and Aloxaudrla. GROCERIES. (AA."WV-W AAA'ArtOAJ' . v. - v , - . I0WEE PRICES! C. D. KENNY, Eouthcnst Cor. 7tb and I Els, Northwest is SELLINU Teas, Coffees & Sugars LESS THAN THEY HAVE KVT.K BEEN SOLD IN THIS CITY HEFOItE. Our Tens being nil of Ihls season's growth possess strength and flavor that old toa havo not. I havo now In stock n tiow-crop ono dollar Moyuno Gunpowder Tea that Is superior to nny Gunpowder Tea sold In this town, no matter how fancy tho prico may bo, Flno Teas for 60 and CO cents. Jly Special Chop Olieon Tea. Is tho best 50o Tea In America. Coffees Roasted Daily. l'lnest Oov'l .linn (Uoiisted) 3Hc, I'lnrst lliiilling Jnrii (do.) 3fle. flennlno Hloclio ltousted Dully. PURE SUGARS AT COST, Oriimilntcil, 7ef AVhltu, 1"( Light YulluWf lc. C. B. KBNBT, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Toas, Coffees and Sugars, H. 11. Vox: 7lli nnil I hIm. X. W. Now Dtickwlicnt, Now York State. jrnplc Syrup, From Cold Storago, Vermont. Creamery Duller, Uxtrn Choice Elgin nnd York Stato. Cranberries, SrulagaGrniics, Delaware. Grapes, Concord Grapes, Extra Largo Capo Cod. Largo Clusters. G-nomid llaskots. 10-pound Baskots. New Figs, Extra Layers. New Prunes, Extra Largo and Medium. Princess Paper Shell Alnioiuls, S3 cents per Found. Door 3Inta, Very low. Largo Assortment. Parlor Hugs, Itlch Patterns. Feather Dusters, All Slzoj. Ciiiclniiatl Sugar-cured Hams, 13 Cents per Found. Sugar-cured Breakfast Bacon, Small Strips. Potato Chips, Always Fresh and Crisp. Alniulliellng Java Coffee, Delicious. JMra Kcw Mackerel, Small I'ackng03. Green Peas, Extra choice. Natural color. Fresh-mnilo Caudles, Just In, Graham 'Wafers, Superior Quality. Preserves. I'uro Fruit and Sugar (warranted), in pinigiaasjai's. iiinunz. onlj S1.60 per doz. Croat bargain. Elphonzo Youngs, GROCER, 428 Ninth Street, bet. D and E. B!KCJli:i,IM 1-'A31IIiY TI3A, (Hprlng Leaf) At CO CENTti A I'OUNI). Only at lu:iI5 1' Ktroot. HAltliOUIt 1IA3ULTON, Wholcsiila l'lour, tVInn noil Oroeery Ulercliants Oil to 010 l'eiinn. Avcnuo, HOTELS AHj DJTAUHANTS, WELOKER'S NEW HOTEL, ru:j, 7U5, 7ii7 mill st. x. w. EUHOI'EAN 1'L.VN. Hestaurant a la Carlo. WASHINGTON, D. C. Til. FELTF.lt. THEEBBITT: WASHINGTON, D. O. AEMY & NAVY HEAnQFAaTiiRa. 1UU11 IKON 1'IKK l;.SCil'K.S Ti:itSl.S--?:l.O() nnd $1,00 por Day. 'aiikis iiousi:" Kl'HOPEAN PLAN, l'eiinsylvanta uvenne, near Fourteenth stroot, Bpcelal rates for Summer Muntln. CLINTON 1IOUSI1, 7T1I AN!) I STS. n w llrst-elnfcs tahle hoard aud largo rooms nt rensoiiahle rates; location central. WW. O. NAYI.OIt, Proprietor. y3-tf CT. JAHIK.S' 1IOTISL, EUHOI'EAN FLAN, und l'eiinsvlvnnla il' Sixth street und Pennsylvania avcnuo, L. WOODUUHY, l'roprletor. THE LOSEKAM, 1323 P Street H. W , 0pp. tho Ebbltt, WASHINGTON, 1). O. (Tho Clarendon, Saratoga Spring i, N.Y.;i3 O. T.OSllKASr. I'mprlotiir. C Jh. DR. 3? IB I? 1 3ST o S -GEO. WILLls ER Has In stock a full lino of Carpeting, nil grades Oilcloths, Cocoa nnd Straw Mnttlncs. Aim lutest stylos In Well l'nper, Window bhadea nnd Curtain floods. Wlro Wludow and Door Screens. PHIOEB LOW. GEOROE WXJ-iTj-HTtt-K. 120 NINTH BTUKKT N0UTUWE8T,