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Tor tlio Mliltllo Atlnntlo State f.ilr,
warmer weather, followed iliiritijr Saturday
ly local ruins, vnrlnlilo winds,
Tor Sntimlny, slljihtly warmer, clnii'ly
wcntlicr otiil focnl mini tiro Indicated for
IhoMItl.llo Atlnntlo States.
I'lirrmninetrr ttrndlni:
Thermometer readings for November 37,
188ft: 3 a. in,, !l7.7j 7 n. m.,37.3i 11 n. m.,
B8.. November 20: .Mean temperature,
CUM; maximum, M".0', minimum, 33.Si
mean relative, humidity, W.a.
A tnA roll's "Huncli of Keys,"
National "Viitc of tfln "
IImwikiV-IaiiiIo I'oincroy.
'I iitATiir. CoMigrr llnvpiio'd attraction.
i.r JIin'M-"1too Jllcliel."
bKATiNa IIimk Ninth nnd ltliodo Islnndnvo.
virr svix'Lir.s.
io to Win. Sllclicltiii;
for tlic most rcllablo tewing machines nttlio
lowed price. All makes. No canvassers,
licntlng anil repairing.
PnoiiATi! Couiit tlustleo Hoener. Y.t
tato of Manuel J. flontalcs! letters testa
incntory Issued to Cliarlcs . Heusliawj
bond, J 1,200. Kstato of Hiram J. King;
citation ngulnst portion claiming possession
of asset to show rauso why they should
not bo surrendered. Kstatoof M. N. tiros.
maim; administrator ordered to accept of
fer for stock. Estato of Hoa A. Scull; let
ters of administration Issued to H. i Leigh
ton; bond, $300.
Kstato of C'ondo do (Jlbacoa; same order,
Willi bond at $l'il)0. Kstato of .loso Surarz
Arcudln; samo order, bond $000. Kstato
01 Comic do San Fernando do l'cnaluor;
samo order, with bond at $1,000. Kstatoof
Icuaclo Montaloo y Cairo; samo onler,
with bond at $1,000. Kstato of J dm W.
Elliott; petition of widow for letters testa
mentary tiled. Kstato of Jerry Coleman; let
ters testamentary Issued to I). C. Turner
and Frances Coleman, bond $1MI,
Kstato of Francis 1'. Hughes; petition of tho
widow for letters of administration. Kstato
of Cornelius Donovan; order for publication
CmMiNAl. CotiiiT Jurtlco MacArthur.
Anderson Sommcrs, grand larceny; pleaded
runty, ono scar in mu penitentiary, i.ouis
ommcrflclu. murder (two cases): trial sot
for Deccmlicr 8. Illcbard J. Lee, murder;
inai set lor December iu.
CmcciT Cociit No. 1 Justlco Cor.
Fltzmorrls vs. Nclllcan; verdict for plain
tilt for $103, with Interest. Moses & Son
vs. Taj lor; Jury respited till Jlonday uoxt.
Ecjurrr Cociit Justlco Hogncr. Vum
phrey vs. l'umphrcy; sales ratified nisi.
Vermillion vs. Knight: Injunction granted
on filing bond under Kulo 41.
roucB ConiT Judgo Snell. Jerry
Oatthcrs, carrying a pistol; $."0 or DO days.
Martin Donnelly, larceny; 0 mouths. Pat
rick Hurler, cruelty to animals; personal
bonds, Wm. Hockctt, Incorrigibility: Ho
fonn School during minority. Josh Boll,
colored, carrying a pistol: $.V) or 00 days;
also assault; ono year additional. John
McCarty, assault to kill; continued, ball
$500. Jos. 1'rlce, do. ; do. James Lammon.
colored, assault; ono year In Jail. Nat
Bell, carrying a razor; $30 or 00 days In
tho workhouse. Walter Latncy, larceny;
local lmivrs.
Ocn sale of Russian Hare Muds for 50c.
will bo discontinued Saturday night. In
conscoucnco of our competitors buying
theso from us, wo arc compelled to refuse
to cell more than ono to each purchaser.
Lansburgh k Bro.
Mies Minnie Madders, tho youngest and
brightest of American artists, will occupy
tho boards of tho National next week, pro
ducing her new play, "In Splto of All."
Jtvnl IlNtnto TrniiHlVr.s.
Tho following transfers of real estato have
been recorded: W. T. Walker and wlfo to
Daniel A. Whllcecll, part of original lot 15,
square- 101, $1,500; Sarah Kearney to Noblo
D. Larncr. nart of original lot 2Q. snuaro
250, $0,600; Ueorgo Taylor ct nl. to Mar
garet C. lljrno and Martha V. Kcenan. lots
Oand 7, block 11 of Meridian Hill, $1,703.57;
W. Clarcnco Durall to Arnold T. Lowls,
lots 120, 131, 132, 133 and 131, In sub. of
square 510, $7,000; Mary Hyncs to Charles
K. Wetzol, lot 3, squaro 537, $S23.
A ltu'HtIoii of Cruelty.
Lawyer Wall said In tho Police Court j cs
tcrday morning that ho guessed ho would
take out a warrant against Agent Koy of
the Society for tho Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals for cruelty to a man. Ho said his
client had been arrested by the agent and
locked up in a prison cell all night "with
out food and water" for alleged cruelty to
an animal, and ho claimed that tho cruelty
to the man was greater than tho cruelty to
the animal.
Mr. KrsEiN thinks there Is a great future
for American art but he hardly realizes tho
enormous demand over hero for Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup.
Child's Norfolk suit. Klscman, cor. 7 and K.
A Verdict of SlnnHlnushter,
The Jury In the case ot Charles Hamilton,
on trial for the murder of George A. Hill,
came Into tho Criminal Court jesterday
morning with a verdict of manslaughter.
Notlco was given of a motion In arrest of
Judgment nnd for a new trial.
I'lirnltnre, CnrjictH, IllnnkctH,
Comforts and general house-furnishing
goods sold on easy weekly or monthlv pay
ments at John Smith's Installment House,
413 New Jersey avenue northwest.
About 11 o'clock Wednesday night a lire
was discovered In the store window of Mr.
Wm. II. Hose on Harrison street, Union
town. The cause of the Are was tho ex
plosion of a lamp. Damago about $20.
Two colored men named Willis Boolo and
Ed, MIddleton, whllo at work In a scwor
ditch on P street, between North Capitol
and First streets, wcro seriously Injured yes
terday by tho caving In of tho side of tho
Jacob Rumpf ot 707 Seventh street south
cast repotted to the 1'ollco Headquarters
yesterday that between tho 14th and 10th
instants thcro was stolen from his trowsers'
pockets $10 In moncr.
Mr. John F. Smoot of 503 Sixth street
southeast, a popular young man of East
Washington, was married Wednesday oveu
lngat St. Dominic's Church to Miss Clara
V. Bishop, After tho ceremony a recep
tion was held at tho residence of tho bride's
parents. Mr. and Mm. Smoot wcro the re
cipients of n large number ot beautiful and
costly presents.
Thrco arrests Wednesday and six yester
day In Kast Washington.
Officer Barnes of tho Eighth Trcclnct Is
back on duty.
The flags at tho Navy-Yard aro at half
mast, Tho ball given by tho East Washington
Assembly No. 40215, K, ot I.., at Odd I'ol
lows'jllall, Weducsday evening, was an en
joj able event In every way. It was a com
plete sucrcss financially as well as socially.
Orcat credit Is due to the ball committee,
Messrs. Lear, Iletts, MoHatt and Cahll.
Mrs. Thcrcna NIcolay. wife of Mr. John
O. NIcolay, marshal ot tho U. 8. Supremo
Court, died Wednesday, after a two weeks'
Illness. Tho funeral took place to-day at 3
o'clock from her lato residence, 213 B street
Albert E. Orlgcs, aged 40 years, a well
known East Wuslilugtonlau, ws knocked
down and run over by u cab at the corner
of Sixth and O streets, about 0:13 o clock
last ercnlnc. Tho driver. Michael Ms.
Cormlck, did not stop to see tho Injury that
lio had done, but rapidly drova uway.
Griggs was found to bo seriously Injured
about tho head. He was taken to tho house
of his sister, Mrs. Annlo Gould, lUKloveiitli
street southeast. McCormlck was arrostud,
This morning his condition was consider
ably Improved,
Men's Prluco Albert suits. EUeinanTtli All,
At Hupiien's now furniture and carpot
lustalliniiit lmufce, 033 Seventh street north
west, furniture, carpets, ruggs, mats oil
cluthe, matting, baby carriages and every
thing which u housekeeper requires to make
homo pliaeant and uttrnctlvo are sold on
tho Installment plan. Cull ami beconvliicod
that ho Fells on caster terms and at lower
prices than uny other man or linn In the
lustuHiiU'iit biislnt ss, Terms to milt nil.
Mcu'a 4-buttoucutavt ay suit. El soman, 7&E
linn ttiu l'tnpli, or Viililnf;ton Oittn
'1 ludr '1 (mule.
'lbiuiksRlvliKf ilny wa generally observed
In Hits clly yestetdaj, and nearly all of the
churches had special services. Bishop An
drews, In tho opening prajer at the Metro
politan Chin chjestcrday, In referring to the
death of Mr. Hendricks, asked Divine bless
ing on tho nliluw of tho deceased Vice
President. In the sermon which followed
Itcv. Dr. Ilellly associated together tho
dentin of Geiiei.il Grant and Mr.Tlcudrlcks.
Mijlng that In both thocountry had sulTcrcd
n stvero shock. At tho First Baptist Church,
on 'thirteenth street, several of tho congre
gations of churches of that denomination
met for praeers. Iter. Mr, Wheeler, pastor
of tlio North Baptist Church, preached the
piriiuin. Messrs. 1'auncc, Mcador, Green,
Miller ai.d Cuthbert also spoko. A prayer
was offend for Mr. Hendricks by Mr.
Cuthlert, tho pastor of tho church.
At tho Children's Hospital tho annual
reception was held. Tho Central Union
Mission, nt their rooms, 00!) Pennsylvania
auntie, lirothliil n host of pcoplo with n
ThanktgU lug dinner. 'I hero was a largo
nttindaiiio at tho noon-day prajer meeting,
which was held on tlio second floor. Ho
twreiilnud 1 o'clock about 300 persons,
joung mid old, black and whllo, had boon
Tho old veterans at tho Soldiers' Homo
were treated ton Thanksgiving dinner as
Tho Inmates of tho Jail got their usual
rrery-dny faro jestcrday, but the work
house Inmates got a bountiful dinner on tho
'ihaiikmhlng order.
'lho hop of the Emmet Guard was well at
tended last night and In every way u suc
cess. lho theatres were all well filled both af
ternoon and eu'iilng,
'lho Gcruianln Mn?nnerchor entertained
Its lntiiil crs and somo Invited guests nt tho
foclctj's rooms, Cosmopolitan Hall, whore
music, riiltatlons and dancing wldlcd tho
evening hours pleasantly nway, A charm
ing feature of thu entertainment were tho
dramatic recitations. In English and Ger
man, of Miss Carrlo Block, a tiling Balti
more lady of great histrionic talent, who
appeared for tho first time before a Wash
ington audience.
' ho usual Thanksgiving dinner was given
ntMrs. Lockwood's, No. SlOTwelflhstrcct,
to thoKUcsts of the houso nud a minibar ot
Invited friends, tlio dining hall being hand
somely embellished with potted plants and
How crs. After the elaborate menu had been
disposed of tho elegant parlors wcro filled
until n lato hour In tho ovcntngwitli appre
ciative listeners to tho musical and declama
tory numbers of an cxtcnslvo and entertain
ing progrnmme arranged for tho occasion.
Tlio Bakers' Aid Society gave their an
nual ball ou Thanksglvlmr cvo at tho W.
1,. I. Armory which was titled with Its mem
bers and friends to n lato hour.
1 ho Journeymen Bakers' Association cele
brated 'lhanksglving ovo by a ball at tho
National Wiles' Armory which was largoly
Aimlnlus I.odgo No. 23, F. A. A. M,,
celebrated Its anniversary cstcrday by a
grand banquet nt Mjer'a llall, fcorncr of
Seventh and N streets.
A "Jug-breaking" concert was given for
tho benefit ot the Concordia Sunday-school's
building fund, by the pupils of that school,
under tho direction of tho pastor, Itcv. L.
11. Schneider, at the Concordia Church,
corner of Twentieth and G streets, It was
both a musical and financial success,
Tlio annual meeting ot tho Schuctzou
Vcrcln was hold yesterday at tho park,
where, during tho afternoon, prize-shooting,
bowling, Ac, took place Tho principal
prize, n handsomo gold medal, was won by
Mr. Georgo J. ScuITerle. In tho evening
tho recently elected officers wero Installed,
nnd tho secretary, Mr. It. Sprliigsguth, lio
was recently re-elected to that position for
the tenth time, submitted his animal report,
from which It appeared that the Vcrelu
numbers nt present 3S3 members, Including
four honorary nnd ono complimentary, nnd
that but n small Indebtedness rests upon
tho vnluablo property of the organization.
Tho surplus of receipts over expenditures
during tho past j car was covered Into tho
treasury. Arrangements wcro nlso mado
lor a number of entertainments nnd con
certs elurlng tho winter season. Speeches
wero mado by tho new president, Mr.
Charles Graff, Hon. S. Wolf, and a num
ber of others nt the banquet, which con
cluded tho days' pleasures.
Tho first of tho scries of Thomas' Con
certs takes placo at tho Congregational
Church to-night. Tho programme, which
wus published earlier In tho week, Is n
highly Interesting one, nnd will, no doubl,
draw all lovers of tho higher forms of
music. Miss Emma Juch Is tho soloist for
to-night. Mrs. A. L. Powell of this city
will appear In tho concert to-morrow
I.oulso Poineroy appeared as I7oo In
"Twelfth Night" nttho Nlnth-streot Opeia
Houso ou Wednesday evening and again as
Hamlet last evening. Of her portray nl of
tho latter character Tm: Cuitio has spoken.
Her Viola Is certainly the best plcco of act
ing sho has yet given here, bho seems inoro
in sympathy with tho part than with 7iim
let or Jlomlimt. Tho support, too, ap
peared to better ndvnntngo than In nny of
tho other plays. They gavo n very finished
performance nnd tho most enjoyable seen
In this city in n long time. "Homco ami
Juliet" Is billed for to-night.
Miss Marguerite K. Saxton, teacher of
elocution and dramatic nrt, will glvo her
first grand dramatic nnd musical outcrtalu
ment at Wlllard Hall this evening under
tho mauocement of Mr. J. Brad Adams.
Miss Eva Mills, Mr. E. P. Wblpplo, Profes
sor Jecko, Miss Mnmlo Morrlco (pianist).
Professor John O. Hussell (first artist), nnd
Mrs. Florcnco Leech havo been engaged for
this occasion. Tho following Bcenoi from
Shakspcnro will bo given In cos
tumes: Cnskct scene, "Merchant of
Vcnlco;" closet scoae from "Hamlet,"
sccno from "King John," between
Jftince Arthur nnd Jlulert; tho sleep walk
ing sceuo from "Macbeth" (by distinguished
request); Lady Macbeth, Mies Saxton; lovo
sceuo between JMen and Modui, from
"Hunchback." Tho costume worn by
Miss Saxton will bo ono of tho finest
toilettes ever seen upon tho Washington
stage. Mmc. Blngnmau, tho decorative ar
tist of Now York city, designed the dress,
which Is n handsomely embroidered ono.
Tho following pupils havo bceii selcctod
to oBslst: Miss Anna Hotho, Miss Katlo
Brown. Miss Ornlo McIJndcn, Mr. C. C.
Allen, Mr. J. Z. Itogcrs; Masters Sol Stein,
Percy Leach and Clinton Ilurlburt. Prices
for admission will bo 50 and 25 cents tho
popular rates.
Pants to order, $5 and up. Elscmah Bros.
I'vniiHy lwintit Itnllrontl
For the funeral obsequies nTiholatoVlco.
President HendrlcksXto ifo observed at
Indianapolis, Ind., on Vuesday, December
1, round-trip tickets vJU bo sold by the
Pennsylvania liallroadn tho 20th and 30th,
good to return flvo daa freim (Into of Issuo,
atratoof$10 for Ufe rouml-trlp. Trains
leavo the Baltimore it Fotomc Station at
0:50 a. in. and 7:10 p. in, Forvlckets and
Information apply to ticket oillccs ot tho
Hily te
rkct ov
Men's New mar.
crcoat. Klscman Bros,
Minnie Mauiiehn's costumes In her now
play "In Splto of All" aro said to bo simply
To order, $5, pants. Klscman, cor, 7th & E,
"Allcriii'.v Dairy 1non,"
Fresh Aldernoy butter, churned every
morning nnd delivered In J lb. "Ward"
prints, 4fic. per lb, Also rottago cheoso;
buttermilk and sweet milk, 5c. per qt.
Cream, 15c. per pint.
Hoys' Now maikct overcoat. Elseman,7AE.
IlI.AIIt.-Si'dclenlyntniW p. m., Novombor
!B, isss, nt his lato residence. No. 1H1I Four
teenth street northwest, David lllalr, M, It.,
Ills inuiiy filendsnro Invltod to attend his
funeral thoSsth lust., 8 p, in., from his lato
resilience. Interment, Itock Creek Cuinvtrrr.
llo was n frleml to nil humanity.
MOljhi:,- On tho morning of Novombor 50,
JWtt, i.incllnu !., widow of Benjamin II
Jlono, ntre 1 70 y ars anil a months.
Interim nt ut Wnterbury, Conn,
CLA1IKE -In Brio, Ia , November 81, 1M3,
Martha A. Clarko, wlfo of Ilobert Clniko, nirod
C3earo,0 months and ID days.
NICOI.AY. Ou Wednesday, Novombor !H.
1(. lifter n two weeks' IllneuOIn, Tliurcmi
Nle-oluy, uueil U yours, wlfo of John ei. Nino
Iny. SMITH At 7 o'clock Tuosday ovenlng.No
member SI. IMS, Mrs .fnno h. Hinltli widow
ot tho Into Iter. Dr. John U.Bmlth.
.w Yurie Mliii'h .lliirlicl.
Tin; following Iihio (iron liiriiKhOil by .1,
Vnmi' I owls, broker, southwest corner Hlghth
Hint 0 streets:
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CM. I Ml'.. .
Ilrl.t II
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.Ok 6Cle.li" nrfi
Miriu I'll.
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Kiriif IC
M V I'lm
1WIH 101
101 1(1 1
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Knn A Tex..
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LA Nnsh...
Man Consols
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.nji.Orcif HallJ
COM llcmlliiit.
Hook Isl
18'J ;1S I
n7lt oi
iio2 if
7S n,U ,W sih'rnlst1
tn.jUi'WW Union..
riilcni:o .tliirKrti.
Tho followuiK suinmnrv Is by II. K. Plain &
Co., St. Cloud liulldlnu, Ninth nnd V streets:
dim Dec
Oats Dee.. .
l'ork Deo
Jan ...
Lard Dec
(11 I
10 S7
I .
0 73
0 W
10 S3
0 07W
1). K. Plain A Co., St. Cloud building, fur
nishes tlio follow ln oil quotations: clo-od
Wednesday, t'5M Opened to-day, WHi hkrtioat,
Win; lowest. WSi S:15. 0JJi.
AVnHlilnetoii NIoi'kH.
Tho following aro tlio clo-ine quotations of
tho Washington btock Kxchango tunlayns fur
nished by Messrs. Towers A Orccn, bankors:
Wnshlncton A Clcorcelown stock
Wa-hlnirton A (loorieotown bonds 11.111
Metropolitan stock 109t
Columbia stock W
North Capitol nnd O street 40
Alinrostla ,.,. II
WashliiRtnn City GasllRhtCo 40',-i
neorectown (la-llclit Co 4il
l'lrcmon'H ln-urunc'O Co
Franklin Insurnneo Co 4X
Nntlonnl Metropolitan lnsuranco Co.....
National Union lnsuranco Co 1SJ4
Arlington Insurnneo Co 140
Corcoran Insurnneo Co 60
Columbia Insurnneo Co ll)i
Ocnnnn-Amerlean Insurnneo Co 110
1'otomno Insurnncei Co i$4
lllct-n Insurnneo Co 0)3
Hoard of I'nWIo Works Green 8s DO
Masonlollall bonds 103
Washington Mnrkct Co. stock 1;
" " " bonds ..103
Inland nnd Seaboard Co. stoek
" " bonds CJ
Washington Brick Machine Co. stock Ill
Punk of WnMihnrton ho
Hank of WiHiliiKton 10
National Metropolitan Dank 133
Nntlonnl llnnk ot tho ltopubllo
l'nrincrs' and Mechanics1 National Bank,
Gcorite'town 153
Citizens' Nntlonnl Bank 107
Second Nntlonnl Dank 103
Central Nntlonnl Bank 1G3
Great Falls Ico Co 100
Ileal Estato Tltlo Insurnneo Co 101
l'enui) anln Tclcphono Co IS
t'besniienko & l'otomao Telephone Co.... CJ
U. 8. Klectrlo Llcht Co 57
Wnshlngton I.lclit Infantry, 1st meo 80
Child Newmarket overcoat. Elscman,7AE.
'rhanksglvlng, tho day ovcry good nnd true
American citizen celebrates, Is passod. Our
offering of thanks Is nn ovcry day occurrence
Wo deem It our duty to bo thankful to our
fellow-man ns well us tho All-Wlso Provi
dence. Wo nro thankful to thoso of onr cred
itors tbnt nlst U"lln procuring nucliKoods
thnt nro In crcnt eU'innim nnd no other houso
can get. Wo aro thankful to our customers
for their ready rcpouso to our call, thoy
kuowlnc full well that now advertisements
menn new novelties. Wo nro more than thank
ful for onr last success, nnd wo shall endeavor
to continue to be successful by honoit nnd
squnreelcnllngs.nddlni; lnmcrstock nnd creat
ine better facilities for tho dlsplavofcoodsnnd
comfort of tlio public. Wo shall shortly add
nn nnnex (SOxlOO) that will do credit to any
tlrst-class establishment found anywhere.
Wo shnll from this dny continue to rodueo our
mountniii of goods; therefore will offer lm
rnenso bargnlns In scasonablo Roods only. A
pleat slaughter In trimmed nnd untrlmmcd
uonncis nnu nnis.
10 doz French l'olt Untrlmmed Bonnots, S!o.
to doz Trimmed Misses' nnd Ladles' Hats,
S3 doz Felt Hats, silk bound, 49o.
1C0 hoicei 1'nncy Birds, Slo.
S3 doz l'olkn Dot Worsted Jersoy Caps, 17c.
to eloz Wool Jersey Cnps, lOo.
lDnnlrs Tmeoinau Portieres, Justin from
rction, 31.09,
Wo havo a big sulo of Laco Curtains this
W eck.
Lneo Curtains, C5o pair,
., -5o ..
" " coo "
" " 81.SI "
" " 1,49 "
" " 1.99 "
,, i. n nt ,t
" " Slla "
" " 2.99 "
100 pntrsLneo Curtains, $1.09.
lhcy cannot bo bought for loss than 83; this
Is nn fmincnso job.
10 Bales Bed Comforts, 49c.
5 " " " 10-1, COo.
S " " " 10-4,890.
B " " " 10-4,990.
4 " " " 10-1,81.10.
4 " " " 11-4, 81.49.
rJ pntr, nil that Is left ot tho damagod
Blankets, Kiu.
1 box of wblto, 10-1, wool effect, 09o.
1 box of white, 10-1, extra heavy, 81.99.
to pairs 10-1, 85.49.
SSpnlrsll-l, W.t)9.
60 pairs 10-4 Ited blankets. 81.49.
Bluukcts nt 83, 83.C0, SI, 81.50, 85, 83 60 nnd
unwind; SSo less than actual value. Balanco
of our Cotton Dress tloods, short ends, 3iio.
Balance of our Figured Cashmero, short
ends, 10c.
ISnlanco of our 3-1 Satlno, short ends, 4o.
Balance of our 1'rido of thu West, 1-1 bleach
ed. 'Wo.
Balnneo of our doublo-wldth Cashraoros,
16o. This includes our 15o,18,S0o nnd S3o goods.
Balnneo of our nil-wool Sbuda Cnnvns Cloth
nnd Cnblo Twill, 19o, Tlrb nbovo consists of
over 6,000 yards, hut do not wnlt until tho last
moment then bo dlsnpiiolutcd It goods nro
Hl'JlCIAliTir.S !
10 Ftyles of Fnncy Jcrsov Cloth, C3o.
8 doz Men's Castor Clloics, for dress or
dilvlng, 4t)o.
Another lot of thoso Klastlo Berllu-llnod
gloes. Go.
S3 doz Won Mitts for Children. Oo,
SO doz Ladles' Merino Vests, neatly flnlshod,
Dalnnco of our Braided Jersoys, 87o; this
will tlofo lho lot, ,
Infant's long nnd short coats from Sl.SI up
ward. 1 lot of 4-jearold Hnvoloeks, hnndsomoly
trimmed, SS. 19.
1 lot of llu clocks, nil aires, from SS.30 up
wind. 1 lot of Ladles' Newmarkets, 8J.19.
1 lot Dolmans, $1.99.
hhort Walking Jackets, light color nnd ns
trnehnn tilmmed. SI. IS; reduced from in.
1 lot Bioe.ido l'lusli Vlsltes, feather nnd fur
trimming, gB.VJ.
seo Black Cone'y Muffs, 7lo.
KX) Black Coney Muffs, w Ith purso attach
ment, 81.79.
17 4.1IH Ml. l'niil....
WUrtlW "prfd...
mil 4M Tot A I'll
lit. , til I lift ii..ln
Double Combinfition Store,
JtlilA iaS:ii:iovontli Ht.H.K.,
"Announcement Oi.enlngof HolldayGoods
will boglH'ii In duo time.
Kverythlng strictly flrst-class and on tho
most l cnsonublo terms, (Camp Chairs to lilro
for all ooenKlousJ
Auiiiisr iiuitniKiitr,
No, fllO 1'eiiim, live, n. w bet. 3d and 4J4 sts.
Kverythlng llrst-class.
111,1. KT)JK OK
XJ3ac3.e r "VTea-r
For Ladles, Chlldrou nnd Oentlemon.
UIIct UulldluB, Cor. Dili nu.l K Nla. n.w
"Apples nnd oranges, two
Tor n penny,
It takes a good scholar to
tell how many,"
o runs tliu old nursery rhyme.
Under (lie olel method of
"cheapening" It took good
scholars tt) innkc nny reckon
ing in trndc. Tho sharpest nl
wnys enmo off hest, nnd tho
innn who stood behind tho
counter generally liml tho nil
vntitngo hccnti3o ho hud tho
cost mnrk.
AVo linvo no cost mnrk on
our goods, nortlo tho Bnlcsmcn
know tho cost. Their business
is to sell for tho price ninrkcd
in plnln figures, nnd Hint is nil
they know about it
Any child niny buy of us,
becnuso if not snlisfnctory tlio
nrtlclo niny bo returned nnd
tho purchase money claimed
without question.
Speaking of children re
minds us Hint
will bo ns usual
It is needless to say that
everything wo offer you in Hint
way is correct ; correct in stylo,
correct In prlco nnd correct iu
quality. Of quantity It is un
necessary to spcnlc, as ovcry
ono understands thnt our sec
ond floor is dovoted entirely to
outfits for tho family favor
ites. Our spneo forbids us from
mentioning more than a fow
nrtlclcs each advertising day,
nnd we nro restrained from
tiresome particularity by tho
consciousness that uo ono
thinks of buying without first
examining our stock, nor can
ono nfford to neglect nn inquiry
nt headquarters.
Our children's bond man has
just called our nttention to
somo good sellers, nnd with
them wo loso our secret to
day FIRST, n Flald Norfolk
Overcoat, with capo, prlco
SECOND, aHnlu Gray Nor
folk Overcoat, astrachau
trimmed, prlco ?8.B0.
THIRD, a Itluo Beaver Sur
tout astrachau trimming, prlco
FOURTH, n Plaid Ulster,
with a long capo, prlco $10.00.
Full particulars given on ap
plication to
Seventh St. Northwest
I A T I!
Tho Celebrated Paris Make of
The " Bon Marche,
Remember, please, that, unllko
othcis, wo novcr ndvertiso n bargain
unless wo havo n largo quantity to sell,
and thus arc, ns n rule, In a position to
continue our sales as advertised during
tho cntiro week.
"Wo havo for somo tlmo past been
negotiating for this lot of Kiel Gloves.
At last wo wcro fortunnto in obtaining
samo at our own price, nnel, Intending
to sell them ns fnst as possible tho
prlco lins been fixed nt a flguro which
barely covers tho cost of duty on im
portation. A
JItcnil tho Following Carefully :
iso itozr.x
1 Gloves.
8, 10 and 12-Button Lengths,
In Drab, Ollvo, Brown, Navy and I)nrk Gar
net; sizes 5Hi, Vi, 0, 0M. CM, Ctf and 7; for:
mcr prices, $3i, S3 and 8.1.50,
The "Bon
316-318 Seventh St. N. W.
(HOn "Wednesday Evening, No
Yombcr 25, this Store- will bo opon
until 10 o'clock.
Washington to
Consisting of Baggage, Day Coaches and Sleepers,
Washington to Indianapolis
03ST 3VC03SnD-A."Y" ISTEiXlT
(30lh Instant), tho Balllmoro it Ohio Railroad will run
From Washington to Indianapolis, tho first leaving B. efc O. Depot, Now Jer
soy nvcnuo and O street,
i IP. im:..,
f Arriving in Indianapolis 8 n. m. Tuesday, 10 Hours, or 8 Hours Faster than
any other train on any other road. Arriving in Indianapolis for
brcnkfnst. Tho second train will lcavo Washington at
3:30 IP- 3VC,,
Arriving in Indianapolis 11:45 a. m. Tuesday, 7 Hours Faster than any train
on nny other road arriving In Indianapolis nt tho corresponding time.
The B. & O. is Over 100 Miles the Shortest Line
Between the Two Cities. The Ticket
Bate on these trains will be
Sleeping Car Charts now open at tho City Olllces of tho B. it O, in Wash
ington 1U51 Pennsylvania avenue, 010 Pennsylvania avenue and at Depot, '
ixe;w jersey iiveium uuei u street.
T-nMnllv tnui HmA in rfilnrn tr, n,ifl ifnlna
Tickets will bo sold November 29 and 30, good to return flvo days from
dntofof issuo.
Trains leave Baltimore05 Potomac Railroad Station at
9:50 a. m. and7:10 p.m.
I-u.llm.ari Sleeping Oars.
3Sr O T I O E :
Wo nro offering tlio following goods nt figures lower tlinn tlio lowest:
Newmarket Cloaks, in Black and Brown Beaver, at
S5.60; worth $8.
Plush Coats at manufacturer's prices.
Pattern Bonnets at $5 and S7; worth from $10 to $16.
All-silk Velvet, all shades, formerly sold at S1.50; for
the balance of this week only 82c per yard.
Ladies' 4-button Colored La Oremo and Jouvin Kid
Gloves only 75c: worth $1.25; also finer qualities.
OVo nto not Belling these goods for ri lender, but offer them to tlio ladles lis
long ns wo enn sectifu such bargains.)
All-linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs only 7c; worth
Regular size Japanese, 18x18 inches, White Silk Hand
kerchiefs only 37c; worth 65o oaoh.
;iluriil!iN In lleory Di-pnrlmeiit too Humorous to moiition,
Oixa? ZojJlxrx' IDeax'-bxo.onn.-b
Is stocked with tlio best uuulltles nnd shades, nnd uro selling Zephyrs nl Oo nn
ouneo, all shades.
O-aa? I3Iosex,3r XDe3pa3r-fcxn.ODQ.lj
is slocked with cholcu nnd now goods nt prevnlling low prices. If you wish
to sucuro biu'gnlns cnll nt tho
l B. Money cheerfully rcfuuded to
lnnvlnf. Tmllnnn,.lld nf tnn.nn.liln Iimij
. r
715 Market Space.
dlssntlsflcd buyers.
wmn mmB
i r
. finqcERiEs.
New Buckwheat,
Now York Htato.
JInple Syrup,
I'rom Cold EloniRO, Vermont,
Cicnmery Butler,
llxtinClieildi Klglu nnd Yurie 8lnto,
Ci anberrles.
Estra barge Ciipo Cud,
I.nrgo Clmlcrs.
Delaware Grapes,
n-ponnd llaskets.
Concord Grapes,
lO-imind Il.nltots.
New Figs,
, ,, Ilxtra Luyeri.
New Prunes,
Kxtrn Ijireo nnd Medium.
Princess Paper Shell Almonds,
33 cents jior round.
Door Mills,
Very low. Lnrgo Asiortmcnt.
Parlor Rugs,
Itlcli I'attcrns.
Feather Dusters,
All Sizes.
Cincinnati Sugar-cured Hams,
13 Cents per 1'ound.
Sugnr-curcel Breakfast Bacon,
(Small Strips.
Potato Chips,
Always Frosli and Crisp.
Mnndhcllng Jnva Coffee,
Kxtrn New Mackerel,
Small I'ackagos.
Green Peas,
llxtracliotco. Natural color.
Fresh-mado Candles,
Just In.
Graham Wafers,
Superior Quality.
I'uro Tnilt and Sii?ar (warranted).
In pint kIiiss Jars. 100 doz. Only
JJioperdoz. arout bargain.
Elphonzo Youngs,
428 Ninth Street, bet, D and E.
Btmcjii:r.iM family' tj:a,
(SprliiB Leaf)
man r stroot
I'lour, Wlno nnd Orocory Btorchnnts'
Cll to 010 l'cimn. Avenuo.
J.1V. WsIOi. T.I..1 ropier. F. II. Bliafar.
l-Itorst. (aioorlliil1illiiir),
Stocks, Grain, Provisions & Petroleum.
Jloriilns from 1 per cent, upward to suit.
Din et prlvato wlrsi to Now York, t'lilcaeo
nnd riillnilelphla. llrnncliulllcr, 31!! Oth
t n w ((iiinttin lliilldlng).
StockB, Grain, Provisions
and Oil.
I.o Droit IlulldlnK, Klchlli mid F sin.
Ily n special arrangement with tlio "New
York Q en Hoards" I: can execute orders lu
btoekg und Cliuln up to 10 t). m., nnd for that
purpose) my offlco will bo upon In tlio uvonliiR
IrntnTtolD o'eloek.
Trades In from 10 to 100 Hlinroi of Stock and
from l.ivo to B.ilfl buvliels of (Jralii placed ou
tlio "Open Hoards," on a tnareln of 1 per cent,
or moi e, nnd no liability beyond tho mamlx
dciioslted; S10 will buy 10 Bliaroi of btoclc or
l,n)bulielsof (iraln.
Trade's of not loss than 100 shares of Stock
or 0 0CH) buihels of drain placed on thoreuu
lar lCxclianRO on n marcin of 5 er cunt.
Largo ana bmnll ejuuntltlus utrlctly on
Commission. Constant quotntloni over my
prlvato wires, and orders oxeeutcd and ro
lortcd Iu from S to 6 inlnutes,
,T. VANCll T.111VIS.
Stock, Grain, Provision and Potro
leuna Brokers,
1-130 TKNNA. AA'II. (Upstairs.)
VTo OfTor l'lrBl-Clnss O Tor Cont. llonds
for Imustinoiit, "Which AV Am
ltecoiiiinoiiil to Persons Wishing
Such Boceirltles.
Special attention piven to Departmental
anil other Collections, lluy nnd boll Unltod
btatcs Uouds and All District Securities. Wo
Wasblngton, D. C.
B. K. PLAIN & CO.,
Grain, Provisions, Petroloum
and Stocks,
st. cr.ouii nuii.niNO, oth v sts,
Washington, D. C.
City references National Hank of tho Ho
Clileano CoiTcspondeHts-JIILlIIND, EOD
Constant eiuntatlons of tlio Chicago and
New York JIurkola fiom direct prlvato wlroa.
V, 11. I.1LI.EV. T. A. KEN'DIQ.
llANKIllt.H ANI1 llllOUiniS.
Stocks, lionda, Graiu, Provisions and
Ilrancli OOleo No. 4 Boiilh Holliduy street,
Something Im.
j). w. ci.Hun's ,
Cnniblnntliiu I.etKir-hlieet iind KiivoIiiiio
l.r UtU M. NotUxn. UUls. l"iu,nj"J ' u.lr,"
cularmifull liilii boxes of , W, 1W. sua,
MX) und UHKUxrCli. ... .,.. .
JflSlU'llBU ' !' HltU"ltB
nao WclKhttu 1'OitiiL'u,
uiiin'ilmu 11ml Tniiiblu.
tiu l'ontoIUco stamps will bliowilntoof da
1 11(1 Nuw York uvunuo.
Bole ARt. for WashluKtou ana Alexandria,
I 'nspjDKdilBktkillli -v

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