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TTTE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 29, 1885.
rcr tho Middle Atlantic States, fair
vcathcr, followed by local rains) winds
fchlftlnc; to southerly, slltjhtly warmer.
i'ot AVcdncsday, local rains and slightly
warmer weather aro Indicated for the dis
trict on the Atlantic Coast, tho Ohio Val
ley and the I.ako regions.
'f hcrmomctcr readings for December 21),
"ri! 3 n. m., IW.7; 7 a. in., .V.5; 11 a. in.,
HI" !. December 29: Mean tempcrnture,
il'.B, maximum, -IS.-I; minimum, 35.t;
Tnr (Icrman Cologne soldal Ihol'ortland
Diue Store at 7fx and $1.85 a bottlo Is tho
1 est article ever offered to tho nubile.
Tnr. Portland Drug Wore, Fourtcontb
itrcct and Vermont nvenue, Is tho com
jilctest establishment in tho city. I'.vcry
thlng fresh and pure and strictly first-class.
TriiKNt Trims! Trims 1
All physicians In Washington Indorse tho
llilley Truss, l'rlco M, at 2ra M street.
Ladles should ronsult Mrs. llallcy at her
usldcncc, 1108 Klghtccutli strcot.
Vnr mir Inrnrmation m resrard to nrlrate
arlles or entertainments, tho ladles of
Vaslilnirton can avail themselves of such
In callfiiff on Mr. Krciiud. tho cclcbratcil
confectioner and caterer, at TO! N'lnthstrcct
northwest, whero all tho desired pirtlcti
larswlll bo cheerfully furnlsLed. Money
and trouhlo can bcsacd by tlnso who avail
themselves of this kind olW. Tho most
artistic goods In his lino are "on exhibition
at his store.
1). J. Wmmin, caterer foi parlies, wed
dings, Ac., Is now ready to receive orders,
lie creams and Ices, fancy cakes, jellies,
ilc; also, single dishes to order, vl.i
croquettes, boned tyrltcy, palads, ilc. Kstl:
mates given, -tun Eleventh street north
vest, bctvv eon l'cnnsylvaula avenue and V.
CmcciT ConiT, No. 'J .fustlcc Merrick.
Ucnbam vs. Vernon, ct. nl,; on trial.
Cinct'lT ConiT, No. 1 .Itistlco Cox.
ISoblnsonvs. District of Columbia; verdict
for defendant. Green vs. Morten; on trial.
Eo,unr CouiiT Justlco James. linld
wlu vs. bounders; icfcrcnco to tho auditor
ordered. Palmer s. Palmer; sama order
made. Hall, guardian, vs. Langlcy; np
pcaraneo of absent defendant onlcrcd.
Piiinpbrcy s. l'uinphrej; 6ale finally
ratllled and reference to the auditor. Willis
is. Willis; commission to get testimony In
New Jersey ordered to Issue. In ro estate
of Eugi.no Heller; 100 per j ear allowed for
support nud education of ward.
C'rmisAi Cm iit Justlcp MiicArthtir. Wm.
II. Mocs, O. C Colo nnd James A. Mcllcvltt,
conspiracy; on trial
I'm to. Couiit Judge fencll. Augustus
Washington, colored, ruelly to animals; S3
oris ilays. Annlo Ilnrrls, colored, uaiilt;
do. James Mucvoiind Charles Petit, robbery;
prnnu jury, uonus, st"u irai ii. .nncpn lumb
ers, Ccorgo Lewis and Mary Muttrcll, va
grancy; bonds or 00 days each In tho work
house, l'hlllp Tujlor, colored, Indecent ox
poture; Sorl5das. LovvlslIarrls,ticsp.iss;
do. Gcorgo Scrlbcr, eoloicd, assault; dis
missed. LOCAL II KIMS.
1'isii Ccmmission caii No. U left Wash
ington last night with carp for rivers of
Science in tbo service of tho housekeeper
lias produced tho beautiful, pure, harmloss,
jet cfllclcut American JJafl-Iiluc for tho
Tub High School class of '81 held their
fifth nnnualieunloiilast cveuitigntrrcuud's
Hall, on Ninth street.
MiilsU. Oomvis, n compositor on tho
Flur, died yesterday morning after a long
illness. Ho was at ono tlmo tho forcmau
of tho ltlchmond Ditjntth and of tho Klch
mond 1171111 cr. 1 lo was a reporter for tho
Ilifjmtch and was at ono tlmo a reporter on
the Star. IIo also represented tho Colum
bia Typographical Union of this city at tho
International Union In 1870. Tho body was
tnlccu last evening to Itlehmond for Inter
CrncuiiJoNrs discovered a firoln tho
CoiinopolJtan House, corner of Eighth and
K streets, yesterday cvenlug, which was
extinguished by l.ugluo Company No. 3
without turning In an alarm.
A Nashville doctor's prescription for a
lady suffering with ucurnlgta: A now bon
net, a cashmcro shawl, a pair of gaiter
lioots and n bottlo of Salvation Oil. Tho
lad) recovered Immediately of course.
AioiSTi's Washington, a colored man,
w as fined $! by Judiro Hucll this morning
for cruelty to animals, in overdriving and
tenting a cow .
J'ound lruit In Ili'il.
Thomas B. Harwell, a guest at tho Cutler
House, on Third street nbovo tho Avenue,
could not bo aroused j cstcrday afternoon,
nnd bis door was forced open. Harwell
was found lying on tho bed Inanuncon-
Ions condltiou and a half-empty laudanum
bottlo stood on a chair by tho bed. When a
pbj slcian arrive J life w as extinct. Iho first
suspicion was suicide, but upon Investiga
ting tho caso tho Coroner gavo n certificate
of accidental dcalb. Harwell was from
Georgia, and camo hero about three weeks
ago seeking a (iovcinmcnt position, and
succeeded In getting his appointment a few
days ago, and It Is conjectured that ho took
the drug to tndtico sleep as ho had been on
n spree ccr tlncc bo was in tho city.
The Colored (annul J.oiIkp.
Tho Most Worthy Graud Lodgo of Frco
nnd Accepted Masons for tho District Inn o
elected tho follow ing ofTiccis for tho ensu
ing year: 8. lloger Watts, M. 1),, most
HOituy grand mister; John II. Lee, right
worthy deputy grand master; John W.
Freeman, right worthy senior grand war
den; Robert 11. Funnla, rlcht worthy junior
prand warden; Mason 8. Low cry, rluht
woithy grand treasurer; William II, Mey
ers, right worthy graud becrotary.
Thti l'lillnsoiilicr'H Sound ItrnkoiiN,
"Yes, I sco that Grcvy has been io-clectcd
President of France," remarked tho old
citizen after lajlug aside a copy of The
Cuitk, "tho French belluo In coutluulng
l' cifllcoainau who has done his duty.
! tho samo remark might bo applied to
Uk whisky sold byniyfrlend'iharp. Ithas
i oeinillsfuttor, theieforol coutlnuo to
n ft Wound icasonlng that. Tharplsnt
Tim MIIh 5'11,'d.
I will of tho Into Jano Ami Ilurgcss,
l n Ith the Register to-day , leav es her cs-
tiertwo6tep soer, Jamts H. and Win.
h. 'gess. Theio was also filed tho will of
do Jpm Goddeu. 'Iho tcs-
leaio $.V.O to his brother, Frank God-
ii. 1 tho residue of his estate to Mrs.
i ..i u fou. 'Iho testator names Samuel
( Hnuii ubtxetutor.
"Iln lliiniKliil Hfl'iiriu Alintiiinelc,"
J Ida aluablo annual for IS'-ti has just
i ei ii tu dud by Mr. Robert Dcall. It Is n
timlard English publication, repleto with
i laij.jrately tabulated statistical luforuu
Hon, aud will be found of especially useful
r ti vice now that questions of financial and
inilff n form aro lominjr to prominently to
1'nr New Ycnr CiiIIh,
fU' drens suits, (swAllo,v-tail coats), satin
urn l tbrouiihout; largest assortment In tho
)t Liscuian liroo., corner 7th aud E
Alltsoii Xnllor'H (Jriiproti (alft,
i mu not Mr. Washington Nallor, as
en ily stated liiTiiECiiiTiojcstcrday,
io f nlsbcd conveyances for tho children
and f iom tho Christmas dinner, but Mr.
iseuNallor; aud a U'ry generous aud
1 uijjii rul deed It was.
1 nriiitiiic, Curpt'tH, IlllllllU'tM,
C omforts and general houso-funilshlng
goods sold on easy w eekly or mouthlv pay
ments at John Bmlth's Installment House,
4'3 New Jersey avenue northwest.
Another OnnU Arrival.
P Veitcrllerry, a colored crank from
TirgiMa, was brought to Police Headquar
ters uj Ho came to see the President
uuu cym to
) bo the father of a qucca.
Tin: "Mirrs" aihii'ti:i.
TIic Nntlonnln llmo Iti)i04 of retiring
A il in I I n Ik tlio I.vncue.
Tho meeting of tho Amcrlciu l!aeball
Association was held nt tho Continental
Hotel In Philadelphia ntO o'clock last even
ing. President McKnlght occupied tho
thalr. All tho clubs were represented ns
follows: Athletic, Simmons, Sliarslg nnd
Mason; llaltlmoie, llarnlc; Brooklyn,
llynie, Dojlo nnd Abel; Cincinnati, Caylor;
I.oulsllle, Hatt; .Metropolitan, Wlman,
Williams and Olfford; Pittsburg, Nlmlck
nnd Phillips, and St. Louis, Von dcr Abo.
Tho first business to como beforo tho meet
ing was a motion to rclnstato tho Metro
politans. Tho Mots' delegates wcro ro
quested lo leave the room. After they had
done so a letter from Iho Nationals icslgn
Ing their membership was read, and tho
lcslgnatlon was accepted. Tho controversy
about Orr and Itoscmaii camo up next, nnd
Iho Brooklyn Club Informed tlio meeting
that 11 had arrived at a satisfactory under
standing with tho. Metropolitan j about lhoo
players. Tho understanding Is that Wlman
ami llyrno shall settle this between them
selves, nnd as tho former Is ntixlous forhai
mony. ho will probably let llyrno lmo tho
two players nnd get In icturii Phillips and
Hotnllng, Mr. Wlman haUng In cery
other way mado tho concessions asked of
him, tho Metropolitans wcro then reinstated
by unanimous vote.
It was nextngrccd that the season shall
begin April 17 and and October 1", allow
ing eight days moro to play off postponed
games. Also, that next season n series be
tween two clubs shall consist of tw cnty in
stead of sixteen games, aud that tho num
ber of games shall bo Increased from 11 'J to
140. This gives each club 70 games on Its
homo grounds Instead of Till, being It moro
than heretofore. '1 ho meeting adjourned at
midnight with tho best of feeling between
Wlman aud tho Association.
President Soden of tho liostons, n mem
ber of tlio arbitration committee leccntly
appointed by tho League, has sent tho fol
low Ing dispatch to .Mr. Dennett of the Na
tionals In regard to tho action of tho com
mittee offering them a placo In tho League:
Boston, Dee. W.
It. 11. Jlimielt, '(Ml7ton, 1). t.:
I consider tbo doclslon of tho eommlttco
fltuil. A. II. hours,
Mr. Bennett scut the following telegram
to Mr. Sodeu:
Washington, Dec. S3.
.1 If. fmtm, notion:
The National Club leoicanbcil nnd voted
unanimously to accept membership In tlio
Lencuo. II, II, IlE'CNm.
It Is necessary now for tho Nationals to
bo formally admitted to tho League, which
will probably be done if an eighth club can
bo secured that Is perfectly satisfactory,
Every loyal baseball man fervently hones
that such a result may bo attained. The
Nationals have determined opponents in
somo members of tho Lciguc, and It Is best
not to bo too sanguine.
Amiunt C'lirlHtmnN KeHtlvnlx.
Happiness reigned among tho two huudrcd
children of tho Fifth Baptist Church Sun
day-School who attended the Christmas cel
ebration which was held In tho lecture
room oftliat church last evening. A pro
gramme of a musical and literary character,
specially prepared for tho amusement of
tho little ones, was excellently rendered,
after which followed tho distribution of
books and other prizes by tho Sunday
school teachers to tho icspcctlro scholars.
A small box of candy ns n tribute from
"Krlss Klnglc." J'liid tho presentation of
$25 to licv. C. C. Mcador, u suit of clothes
to Professor Garland, tho blind organist,
nnd to Mrs. J.J, Darlington, wlfooftho
leader of tho Blblo class, an oil portrait of
her husband. Tho fcstlvo occasion was
brought to a close after all hadiccclvcd a
sumptuous sharo of Ico cream nnd cake.
The programme which was carried out at
tho Christmas entertainment nt Itylaud
Chapel M. E. Church, at tho corner of
Tenth nnd D streets southwest last evening,
wns novel ns well ns cntcrtalulng. After
tho preliminary exercises tho tap of n bell
u as licard and n llttlo girl appeared on the
platform and recited a short poem, produ
cing at Its termination tho gilt letter "W,"
which wns hung upon tho wall; then another
camo with tbo letter "E," and so on till tho
word "welcome" was complotod.
An anthem was theu sung by tho choir,
after which a number of musical and other
features were rendered by the children aud
others. At n certain pcilod of tho pro
gramme, amidst tho jingling of bells nnd
rattling ol windows, n messenger, in a bo-
lining costume, lorccu ms way turougu mo
door, down thiough tho nlslo to tho plat
form, where, amid tho hilarity of tho chil
dren, ho announced that St. Nicholas soou
would bo there. The llttlo ones wcro not
kept lu long waiting, when tho jingle of
bells was ngalu beard, and down the aisle
camo tho welcomo "Kris" covered with toys
and caudles. Mounting tho platform bo
gave a genial talk to tho llttlo ones, after
which ho called them lu turns aud to each
pave u package containing n proscnt.
iho Impersonation was excellent and was
heartily enjoyed by Iho "old folks" In tho
Marrlago licenses havo been Issued as
follows: Harrison Cottlngham and Mary
A. Green, both of Baltimore, Mil.; Clarcnco
M. Jctt and Sarah Shackelford, both of
Stafford County, Vn.; Charles Giccn of this
city ond Barbara E. Thomas of Bcunlngs,
I). C; II. M. C. Bruco and Sophia Brown;
Edward L. Smoot and Allco 1'. Magrudcr;
Edward Minor and Sarah E. Trlplott;
William A. Ileal nnd Mary E. Ball;
Harrison Bayllss nnd Catherine E. Paulk
uci, both of Fairfax County, Va.; William
A, Dabncy and Ella J. Carter; Jacob R.
l'auuco nnd Mary M, Rogau; William
Smith and Marion V. Oliver, both of Fair
fax County, Va.; C. P. Hnrtsock of Madi
son County, A'a,, nndAdclla A. Wllloughby
of Orango County. Va.; WillhmA. Buscn
gcr and Laura B. Scantling, both of Albe
marle Couuty, Vn.; Adam Bell aud Luey
Wilson; Gcorgo H. Svvnun and Mary I.
A .Snlnon'N C'iiHli-Itn Htolen.
James Shrecvo aud Charles Petit wcro
held for tho action of tho grand jury by
Judgo Snell.to-day on tho charge lot 10b
lery. Gcorgo Lively of No. 11 Half street
southwest sworo that they camo Into his
bouse on Christmas and demanded money
fromblmto get beer. Shreovo mado tho
demand, and drow a razor half out of his
pocket and threatened to cut his (Llvely's)
throat if hoicfuscd. Ho bad atusslo with
Shrtovc, nnd tho other fellow crabbed a
cigar box that contained $30 and ran out
wllh It. Tho El-jenr-old daughter of
T ,-nl' nn-NllihWllail It.... fnlllivla B.illnm.nl
itntij vvuumjiimu i, .uvuii g diihviihiiu
and on cross-oxamluatlon sho stated that
she hod never been to Sabbath-school or
any other school.
'The ConuieMNloiiul JMieotory."
"Tho Congressional Directory" for tho
first 6cs6lon of tho Forty-ninth Congress,
corrected to December 17, 1SS3, has becu
received through tho courtesy of Major
Ben: Perloy Pooro, clerk of Pi luting
Records. Its special features of interest
aro tlio biographies of now members. Other
wise also It fully sustains the high stnndird
of ufolulucss wli'ch, unler the dlrcctlon'of
Major Pooro, this publication long sluce
.loluiMon'M, Thirteenth ami 11,
A choice selection of high grado oystors
just received, such as tho noted Saddle
Rocks, Blue Points and York Rlvor
plants, served lu the most delicious styles;
also fish and gamo in season, btcjiucd
oystcis a specialty, Lidlcs' elegant saloon
Itcnl Cstnte Tinimre'i-H,
Tho following transfers of real cstato
have been recorded: J, Hanlson Johusou
ct al. lave sold to Jeremiah J, Brosnan lots
1 to 0, squaro 015, $1,078.50; Abel It. Car
lln to Charles L. Carbuln, part of square
713, $1,000; J, HarrlsouIJohnson ct nl. to M.
V. Thompson, lots 11 to 18, squaro 1115, $7,
538.77; J. Harrison Johnson to K, P. Fitz
gerald, lots 20 to 28, $3,505.80.
John KunnnVB now furniture and carpot
Instalment houses, 030 und 03'J Seventh
street northwest. Has tho most oxtcnslvo
stock of furniture, carpets, nigs, mats, oil
cloths, pictures, clocks, rattan chairs, etc.,
south of New York. Every artlclo of house
hold goods that Js needed to make your
homo comfortable and attractive can be
purchased at this largo double store. His
prices aro decidedly tho lowest aud his
t;rm tho easiest.
i'nptnln Iturrllt'M Condition.
Mrs. Ira N. Burrltt, wlfo of Captain Bur
rlll, Iho editor nnd proprietor of the Sttmtivi
Ifcraltl, states that sho has Information that
tho surgical operations performed by Dr.
Agnovv on her husband In Philadelphia have
been pronouueed successful, and Is so
rapidly i ccovcrlng from tho shock that ho
will bo nt bis homo on Capitol Hill hero to
spend New Year's with his family. Captain
lluirlttbas suITered for years from a com
plication of painful nnd serious diseases, the
resulls of his gallant army scrvlco during
Iho war, nnd tho operations performed
were for tho removal of two tumors from
A hone blanket worth $1 wus stolen from
Iho (tabic of Ed. B. Cottrcll, 1501) 8 street,
Monday night. An overcoat worth $10 wns
stolen from George 11. Richardson of tho
Seventh street load. Taylor Simmons of
ICC Eleventh street southwest reports Hint
a pockclbook containing $10 In money was
stolen from a bureau drawer In blshoiiso
on tho !i.th Inst. 'Iho belts wcro stolen off
the machinery at Win. E. Hodges' sin mill,
foot of Sixth' street southwest, Saturday
SIOI'llH I'llK'tlllltC H 1'cvv Point.
Nr.vv Voiik, Dec. "0. Money easy at
21 percent. Exchange dull; posted rates
at lMXT'.tb'.iJ. Governments firm. Currency
lis, lSo bid; 4s, coupon, 121 bid; IJs, do.,
112 bid. The stock market opened
strong, but soon weakened. Prices at first
call wcro fractionally lower than last night,
but lu tho hour and a halt to noon there
wns a better feeling. Since then there has
been n slight reaction.
New York Htork Mnrlcct.
Tho following havo been lurnlshed by J.
Vnnco Low Is, broker, southvvost turner Eighth
and r sheets:
41 North I'll.
a ii & i
ivsim " prcr..,
ii i evu
Tox & l'n,
Tho following summary Is by II. K. Plain
Co., bt. Cloud building, Ninth and F strocts:
II. K. Plain Co , 6t. Clond bnlldlng, fur
nishes tho following oil quotations: Closed
vcitciday, 83. Opened to-day, KW; hlghost,
kid; lowest, 875fij s.15, 8ll.
Tho following aro tlio closing quotations of
tho Washington Stock Exchango to-dayns fur
nished by Messrs. Towers Green, bankers;
Washington & Ocorgetown stock
Washington & Georgetown bonds 110
Metropolitan stock Vf)
Columbia stock 40
North Capitol and O street 47
Washington City Gaslight Co W
Georgetown Gaslight Co 33
Firemen's Insurance Co
Franklin Insurance Co
National Metropolitan Insurance Co
National Union Insurance Co 1TJJ
Arlington Iusuranco Co
Corcoran Iusuranco Co S7K
Columbia Iusuranco Co li;
German-American Insuraneo Co 130
I'otomno insurance- Co 49
IMpus Insuraneo Co II
Hoard of 1'ubllo Works Green 8s 00
Washington Market Co. stock 11
" " " bonds 103
Inland and Seaboard Co. stock
" " " bonds
Washington Brick Machluo Co. stock 118
Hank of Washington IK)
Bank of Washington 45
National Metropolitan Hank 133
National Bank of the Republic
Farmers' nnd Mechanics' National Bank,
Citizens' National Hank 10S
Second National Hank 103
Central National Hank 103
Great Falls Ico Co 101W
Real Fatato Tltlo Insuraneo Co lOlVu
Chesapeake & I'otomno Telephone Co, . . . Kt
U. S. Llectrlo Light Co 7;!
Washington Light Infantry, lit mgo
" " " 2d "
Natlonul Sato Bcpoilt Co 103)5
Live Htork SnlcM.
Drovers' Best, Deo. S3 Tavenner Bros.
X Illy cnttlo up and sold-Bcst, 4H
to 0: good, 4 to ili; medium, 3)
to 4; common, :i to 3); 100 sheep
and lambs Miccp, 3)iJ to I: lambs, I to (J;
lOcowsund eahes, $J3 to $30. Maikct dull.
Fhesii nlr, good food, aud Red Star
Cough Curomakojou healthy. Twenty
Trlnco Albert suits tho most sultnblo gar
ment for tho occasion. F.lsenian Bios., cor
ner 7th and E streets.
"Alilerney Jnlrj- Musoiih."
Frcsli Aldcrnoy butter, cburued every
morolug and delivered In J lb. "Ward'1
prints, 45c. per lb. Also cottago cheese;
.buttermilk and sweet milk, 5c. per qt,
Cream, 15c. per pint.
Tho day after Christmas a llttlo boy ex
claimed: "Mamma, I'vo got such aheadacho
In my 6toinach."
WFLIS.-On December SS, m Hnnlet 11 ,
w lfo of l.i on II. Wells, and daughter of Major
A. A. Sabln of Auburn, N. Y.
Funeral services will bo held at tho resi
dence, No. S, 1 if Hi street southeast, Wednes
day at 11 o'clock n. m.
McNANTZ.-On December S3, 1835, Patrick
II, MeNnutz, In tho slity-second joar of hit
ago Funeial will leave late residence, 1J3
Mxth sti net northeast, on Wcdnosday at B SO u,
in. llcqulem mass nt St. Peter's Chinch.
Friends nnd relatives aro respectfully luvltcd
to attend, (No Doners).
J. "W. DIRETW'S,
Wo Invito our friends and patrons to in
spect our dlplay of Plush and Leather Goods.
In addition totticmvvu navoalargo stock of
Mnnlcuro floods nnd Fancy articles specially
designed for Holiday Presents.
A discount of 10 per cent for cash on Holiday
W. B. SPEARB,
010 F BTItEET NORTHWEST,
Everything1 strictly first class and on tho
most reasonablo terms. (Camp Chairs to hire
for all occasions)
No 310 1'cnna. avo. n. w., bot. 3d and 4 sts,
SFKNOEIilAN BUSINESS COLbEOE, COIt.
nth nnd 1) sts n v A practical buslnois
education that qualities young men and wo
men to support themsolvos and successfully
perform the notlvo duties of life. Thorough
Instruction given In rapid writing, tho English
language, correspondence, rapid calculations,
book-keeping, business practice, oommorolal
law, political cconomy,stonography and type
writing. Itcgular day und ovenlng sessions re
sumed Tuesday, September, 1, ut 0 a m anl (I
p m. Olllco open for arrangements by tho
year or quarter on and after Monday, August
21. A full corns of teachers. Illustrated cir
cular, giving full Information, sent free on ap
plication. nENBY O. BPENCEB, Principal.
Mrs. SABA SWtSOEH, Ylco-Frlnclpal.
11. L. C.
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Seen Our Pantaloon
No well do so, It's worth looking
nt Hint Is It vou won't trousers val
ues never were seen ns great but In
tlio J'ont yesterday they mncle us say
fcomclhlng wc dlil not sny or wrllo
tlinl wns Ktigllsli Homespun wc
enld "Now Knglnnil Homcsiiuu" old
3'nglniul ninkes Homespuns very good
ones, loo but New England don't tnko
n back sent on Homespuns wo begin
this special pnlc of Trouscis for men
nnd youths nt the low figure of two
dollars nnd thirty cents nway-ilown
price but tcu dollars might suit the
ldcns of n mnn who had more money
thnn brnlus, but It would not make
the trousers better. Wc long ago found
out Hint It wns not harmful to offer
lino trade of good articles nt a low
price a poor artlclo nt nny price Is
denr there's ns much wenr, stylo
nnd good tnsto in these $2.00 Trousers
ns though they cost treble so why
should wc hesitate to offer you cheap
goods so long as they are good? Two
seventy $2.70 neal hair lines all
wool good fitting nnd good wearing
trousers that's the slory. Next $3.30
three dollars and thirty cents hero
wc havo variety Tcu Styles Checks
largo nnd small; Stripes wido and
narrow they aro moro than value
for $5 is nearer their truo value.
Then comes the 3.70 kind better and
belter and then the $1.00 ones best
of Ibis special sale.
SAKS & COMPANY.
Out of thousands of Caps for Boys
mid Childicu there are a few on which
the prlco was high not high for the
kind but wc had so many cheaper
ones that answered tho purpose
that the high cost ones are hero yet iu
large quantity. The finest O'Shanters
price wns $3.75 to-day they aio
marked $1.75 all tho lino Plush $1.50;
$1.75, aud $2.00 ones are now $1.00.
Next the $1.40.Cloth Caps, in various
styles all now marked scvcnly-llvo
cents. Confidentially wo bought these
Caps and Hats lo sell not lo keep
henco wo cut the pilec that woid
"price," when "correct," will movo
anything in meichandise it's going to
move these quickly, so call early.
SAKS & COMPANY.
Did you lead tho 1'oH yesterday?
If so, you of course havo examined
tho $10 Men's Suits wo spoko about;
if you havo not, it's a short story
Tight styles just in at that figure
just as good ns any wc have had at
$13 and wc add to tho $10 lot soven
styles of our $15 ones and sny choice
of all Ten Dollars.
SAKS & COMPANY.
300 to 308
316-318 Seventh St, N, W,
Only Two Moro Days to buy tho most ctlra
otdlnary bargains lu
Wo wnnt to sell tho Goods. You certainly
can't but buy If you sco our prices for Plush,
Leather nnd Brass Novcltlos, Bisque Orna
ments, Albums, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Work
Botes, Jewel Cases, Dressing and Toilet
40c Dolls 1 educed to 10c.
50c Dolls reduced to 80c.
30c Dolls down to 4Sc.
$1 Dolls reduced to C'Jc.
J1.50 Dolls reduced to $1.10.
Dressed Dolls, prices cut to half.
Tho largest and best assortment of stylos
aud qualities ever displayed bv us.
Ten special bargains In Jhilllcrs and
Ask to 6ce our S5c Colored Silk Hand
Anything and everything from tho lowest
to the highest grade.
Fumes, Tockctbooks and Bags In endless
All mnil.cd down so ns to sell.
Special 0 nnd 7 Button Scalloped Top at
7ocj value $1.23.
Make a 6plcndld Holiday l'rcscnt.
riegant assoitmcnt Fichus In Lace, Crcpo
do Chine, Silk, &c.
Tor Decoration nnd Evening Wear,
Corsap;o Bouquets at'J.'c; largo variety.
Splendid nssorlmcnt at 38, i'J, 7lo up.
lino Baskets and Vases from $1.55 to $10
The " Bon Marche,
Ladies' and Cliilflreii's Cloaks.
Tlio Largest und Ilcst Ahsortinont.
Closing out tho balance of our
At a Client Sacihlcc.
Wo cnuracrato a fovv only
7 Short 'Wraps of Bouclo Cloth, lilmmed
with rcnther Trimmings, reduced from $15
3 Short Wraps Bison Cloth and Feather
Trimmings, reduced from $13 to $9.
3 Short 'Wraps flno Siclllcnno 611k,
trimmed with Black Fur, decant Silk Lin
ing, sizes 31 aud -10, reduced from $15 to $11
2 Shoit Wraps flno Matclasso Silk,
trimmed with Gray Fox, nullted Silk Lin
ing, sizes 30 and lis, reduced from $20to$10.
t Short Wraps Brocado Velvet, black and
brown, trimmed with Feather Trimming,
icduccd fioni $10 to $11.50
Don't Foifict tho Llttlo Onoa for tho Holidays.
A laige assortment of Long and Short
Dresses. Mctluo Long und Short Clonks,
l'liifli Coats, Flush and Worsted Caps,
Sacrptes, etc., nt Greatly ltoduccd 1'ilccs, at
316-318 Seventh St, N.W.
STRICTLY ONE PRICE,
Fine FOREIGN Fabrics,
404 and 406 Seventh Street.
We re srectfnlly nnnouneo that o now havo on hand n very select and eholeo nort
ment of poods; nlson few AUOTlON-oooiiH, which we will sell at prices to suit tho
lean Chtlstmns pockctbook. Wo aro maklnK
Genuine Bargains in Dress Goods.
Beautiful Plaids (double width) 69c, worth $1,25.
Spcelil attention Is Invited lo a lot of I'.lcgant Imported
Cloaks, Newmarkets, Wraps and Jerseys
Which will bo sold nt HAU'-l'IHCK.
450 ZPeiirs BleinJsiets.,
Strictly Oiae Price.
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No. 715 MARKET SPACE. '
Wc aro offering the following Bargains In nil our Departments:
CLOAKS. CLOAKS. CLOAKS.
Newmarkets nt $5, $0, $0.GO nntl lilfrhcr prices.
Visiles from $0, $7, $8, ?9, $10 nud higher.
Children's Cloaks from $2, $3, $1, $3, $0 nnd higher.
Trimmed Hats, former prleci 84, SI, $0,S7, $9
trlinmca lints, 1 rcncli 1 cits, nest quality, at si. iiiul somo nt 7no, mo and I.e. mik
Velvets, all shades, at B'.'o. 1 low crs, lino bouquets, 23c, 37c, GOo and 75c.
Flno Ostileh Tips, three In a bunch, nt SI, worth S2.23; somo nt 37o n bunch. All Taney
l'eat hers reduced.
Wo nro headquarters In Oermnn Yarns, Saxony. Itnllnn, Ocrmantown Wool,
ci y Silks nt 8o n dozen skeins. Zephyrs, ull shades, Co an ounce.
English Derby btrlpcd Hose, for children, regular mado, only SO nud 83c. Ladles' riceccd
llalbrlggan Hose, only -Jo, w orth lOo.
KID GLOVES. KID GLOVES.
Ladles' B-button Black and Colored I.a Jouvln Gloves, only 8Tc; i-button, 73o nnd CSc.
rifty dozen Linen Colored-bordered Handkerchiefs, at 8o. B0 dozen Colored and Whito
Linen Handkerchiefs nt 10c. ! dozen All-linen Tino Sheci ed Linen
Handkerchiefs, nt S3c, worth 60c.
FUES. IFTTIRS- DrTXJIiS.
Ono caso Black Itusslan Haro Muffs nt 77c, worth S1.S3. A fovv sets of Lynx Muffs and
Yictoilncsohly SlOnset, worth OS, and hotter qualities.
IMDOI BAZAE, 715 Market Space,
S-tonre ojoxl i3-nxtil 9 i. m.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Mild, Mellow and Delicious,
Tho puro medicinal qualities of Whisky dis
tilled from tlio finest growth of Kyo In tho re
now ncd Valley of tho llononanhola, havo at
tracted tho attention of tho Medical Faculty
In tho United btatcUo such a dcRreonsto
place It In a very high position among tho
Wo beg to Invito tho nttentlonof connois
seurs to our eolcbratod flno I.I AVHIH
Kl US, w blch w o offer at tho follow inir prlcos,
IN CASKS containing Ono llozen Homes
Oldltcanrvotriiliilcy - $18
lliirUnllvd Uiipcr-ron Vhlnlty - IB
llrulisiilclc Clul) "VVhlxky 1
It you cannot obtain theso Whiskies from
youi Oroccr, wo will, on receipt of Hank
llrnft, ltcglstorcd I cttcr or Poitoltlco Slouoy
Ordci, or C. O. D. If profcrred, deliver them
to your address by Express, chanros prepaid,
to ull points east of Mississippi ltlvcr, or by
rrclght to any part of U. H. (prepaid).
1'or Ilxcotlonco, l'urlty nnd HvennoBi
or Onnllly tho abovo arn Unsiirimsnod liy
liny WIiIkKIch In tlio IMurkol. Tlioy nro
enthcly FllllU ri(03I AWUI.TH11.VTJON
nnd possess n niitur.il llnvor und flno
Theso Wlilskles nro sold under guarantee to
glvo )erfect millaction, othorvvlso to bo re
turned nt our oxpense. Correspondouco so
licited. H. & H. W. CATHERWOOD,
114 South Front St,, Phlla.
X, V. Ofllce 10 South ATlIIInm Street.
Whiskies, Wines and Liprs!
I havo a largo and well selected stock of
tho ubovo goods, which I can guarantee to bo
puro, 1 namo In part
7-year-oltl Kontucky Bourbon,
6 " Kontuclcy Bourbon.
Flno Old Monongaholn Ryo,
Flno Old Thompson Puro Ityo,
Flno Old Gray " "
Flno Old Molvulo " "
And Horkoloy Ityo Whiskies,
Puro Virginia Qrapo Brandy.
Sliorry, Madeira, Port,
Catawba and Clarot.
Which I cau Sell as Low ns tho Lowest,
Mylloikeleyl'uro Ityo Is tho host on tho
market forSlpir gallon, SI per quart, Wo a
pint, Ua a siunplo bottlo.
Virginia Claret, ti 10 rcr dozen.
S1H V HTItr.I'.T X. w.
UADUUAltTJUtS l'OU CANDIi:1?.
Manufacturing Confectioner, 410 Soventh St.
Lnritest, ITeshaat and I'urest Stock of 1'luo
Confections In tho City.
Trench Mixtures.. soo per S, nibs for SI
lino Mixtures !!5 " ' 6 " $1
Superior Mixtures. 40 " " 8 " 31
American Mlxturos.18 " " 0W " ?1
llrokcn Candy 15 " " 7 " 81
lJirgo assortment of Candy Toys, Candy
liaskots, Cnnos, Anchors, hIoIrIih, oto. Full
assortment of Malllard'H lino Choeolato and
Confections; also now crop French Fruits,
Olaco, etc, etc.
Schlltz's Milwaukee Lagor,
THE BEST IN THE DISTItlOT,
BAMUEL 0, PALMBB, Agent,
ll TWENTY-NIHTn BT, N0RTnYE3
IX TIIU CITY.
and SUi now $5, $3, SI. S3, SO, ,W. Un-
In Art Colors.
HOUSE & FRESCO PAINTING,
DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES FUIlNISnED.
CAltrr.TS AXI" J'AItltlCH.
Agents for Mori Is & Co.
P. HANSON HISS & CO.,
813 lirteontli Street X. W.
Wo Invito an Examination of Oar
HECEKT IMrOItTATIONS FnOM
London, Berlin and Vienna,
Added to well selected purchasos of
Makes an attractive oxhlbltlon of
Novelties and Useful Articles.
HAYWARD & HUTCHINSON
434 KIntli Street X. Mf.
No, 629 F STREET N. W
VASIHXTOX, 1. c,
Fire and Marine Policies
FIREMEN'S INSURANCE CO,
Climtorvd by Conercss, 1837.
Capital. $200,000. surplus. $164,000
NEW BUILDING, N, K. Oor, Stvsnth Strost
and Louisiana Avenue
AI.I1KRT A. WILSON, Trosldcnt.
rilOS. l'AllKIllt, Vleo Trosldout,
(J. V. HOW AUD, Bocretarr,
li. II. HAZAltU, Ass't booV.
National Metropolitan Firo Ins. Co.,
010 I'll. Ave. N. W.. TVnshlneton, 11, O.
CASH OAl'ITAI,, 9100,000.
EDWARD .CLAI1K, rros.
SAMUEL CROSS. Seo'y. null tf
C .A. HDP DBT I3STOS
nas In stook a full lino of Carpeting?, all
grades Olloloths, Cocoa and Straw Mattings.
Also latest stylos In Woll Taper, Window
bhmlca and Curtain Quods, Wlro Window
and Door tJcrcons.
20 HIMTU BTUEEX N0BTUWH1T,
SEAL SKIN WRAPS.
Genuine nnd Reliable.
Seal Bkin Caoquea, Visites and Lontj
lino benl riiih Hncnucs nnd Wraps, stylo
nnd HnHi llko tho Hcnl irnrments
(lood Plush Sacques, $'.'3 to 8M; better, $30
Mink and Squirrel lined Circulars. tVi to STS
Ladles' nnd JIIhscs' Seal lints, Muffs, Capos,
Collcrattcs and Trimmings lu
Ilea v or, I.j-nx, l'oxiind other I'urs.
largest nnd bet stock of Silk tlmbrellns in
this city, socially selected for tho Holiday
from "Youmans" nml "Knox." Now York.
Walking Crnes, Oolit una Mlvcr
vcr Heads, all
soiu ai lowest tnarKct prices.
B. H. STINEMETZ & SON,
JIATTJ1HK AXI lUJtltU'.ltS,
1237 Ponaa. Avoauo.
SEAL SKII SACQUES.
Wo havo In stock, ready for Immedlnto do
Seal Skin Sacques,
from 00 Inches to s5 Inches long, nnd from 3 1
inches to !! Inches bust measure, at
8100. 115, Hl!&, 0150 to WJ.tO.
Theso garments wero nil mado early Iu tho
season, thereby Insuring good and perfect
workmanship. Garments ordered now will
not rccelvo tlio snmo nttentlon.ns nil maun
faetuicrs aro busy with special orders.
SKAT. VIS1TKS, trimmed with Vox,
Iijnx nml Skunk.
I'l.UHH VIRITIIS, TLUSII SACQUES,
from $SS to $00.
Tho lurRot und finest stock of Wrnps
In thia city to soloet from.
Horn or, I.ynx, l'ox nnd Itlonkoy SluOit
FiirTrlmmlneln ovory inrloty.
Mlnsrs' undClitldren'g l'urs, sultnblo
for Holiday i.resontft,
DUNI.A1"S NliW YOllIC HATS, In
Silk, Opera nnd Derby.
Silver lliuidlo l'resontntlon U.1I
llllVLXAS. WILLETT & RU0FF
Hatters and Furriers,
905 3Pe-n n a. Ave.
aui. Kita: wiiitj:.
LADIKS' TAlLOll AND IfAIlIT-MAKEH,
7aoSovcntcenth Btreot Northwest,
Wlllmako Ladles' Drosses, cto, during Sep
tember and October nt tho following prlcos:
Cloth Costumes, Ladles' own materials, S15;
Coats, $10: Newmarkets, SIB; lleatrlco. 818:
Hiding Habits, S15; bilk Costumes, 819; Even
ing Itcccption Dresses, etc., S18 and upward;
Cloth Costumos, cv ery thing f urnl'hou, from
$40; other garments correspondingly. Special
attention to Wedding Outfits, in which Mr.
Whlto has mado a great success. Cutting and
1 lttlng. Patterns mndo to order. scfi3-tf
Black Dress Goods, Embroldorlos,
Laces and Trimmings.
710 MAIIKET Bl'AOE, WASHIKQTON, D. O.
J'UIjIj STOOlt OF
l'or Ladles, Children and Gentlemen.
WM. R. RILEY,
Ulley HullilliiL'. Cor. Dili and I! Mli. n.w
J. VANOE LEWIS,
Stocks, Grain, Provisions
to Droit liulldlng, Eighth and F sts.
I'ltlVATi: WIRES TO NEW YOItK AND
II. K. I'l.AlN. AY. II. HII11JS.
B.K. PLAIN & CO.,
GRAIN, PROVISIONS and STOCKS,
Xlnth nml l1 HtrcotH,
WasKlaglioXL, 3D. O.
City references National Bank of tho Ho
Chicago Correspondents-MILMINE, BOD
MAN i. CO.
Constant quotations of tho Chicago nnd
Now Yoi k Markets by special wires.
J. XT. Waltli. T. L. tropin. 1'. himfer.
WALSH, OROPLEY & CO.,
1110 V St. (fllovtn lliillillng),
BANKERS & BROKERS,
StocKs. Grain, ProyisIous&Fctroleum.
Margins from 1 rcr cent, upvvnulto suit.
l)li tct private, wlms to Now York, Chicago
nnd Philadelphia, llriinoh olllco, Ul'JUth
hi n w (Ounton Building).
CAMPBELL & CO,,
Stook, Grain, Provision and Petro
14S0 IT.NNA. AVK. (Upstairs,)
DIHECT WIHE TO NEW YOltIC & CIIIOAQO
F. D. LILLEY. T. A. KENDId.
P. B. LILLEY & CO.,
1IANKKIIS AND IlltOKUKS.
StookB, Bonds, Grain, Provisions and
1127 V STItEETIN. W., YASHlNaTON, D. O.
Hranoh Office No. 4 South UoUtdayetroetl