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TITE WASHINGTON CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 1, 188G.
Y MrASIIINGTONORlT10 i) inrnv.n ixinturioss. for the MM.Uo Atlantic States, f.ilr weather, stationary, followed by slowly lislnc temperature, vntlablc winds. For Saturday, local rains nre Indicated for the Ohio vallev ami Tcuiiessco ami local tains or snow In the lako region', fair weather In New Kngland ami fair weather limine tho ilav In the Middle Atlantic States, foliowcd during the night by local talus. Tlirrmniiietrr lti'mllns. Thermometer readings for January 1, lM)i 3 a. m., a7".n; 7 a, in., 35.0; 11 a. m., 4;,'. December III! Mean temperature, 4U .7; maximum, K"A nilnlmmn, 37.S; mcau rclatlvo humidity, 81".7i total precipi tation, .u. men. CITY SI'VOIALS. I' V. Urinvn Will Itcec'lvc lis friends at tho Meal Wine Parlors, UM ( street north" est, Trie German CoIoruo soldnt the Portland Dl tig Store nt 73c. and $1.2., a bottle Is the tcit'.ntlcle cur offered to tho public. Tun l'ortlatnl Drug Store, Fourteenth i-trcet ami Vermont avenue, Is the com plete! establishment In the city. Every thing fresh and pure and strictly ttrst-class. iii TriiVtl Trims ! Trims! All ldivslclntu In Washington Indorse tho llalley '1 russ. l'rlco $3, nt VfX M street. Ladles should consult Mrs. llalley at her tcslilcncc, 1103 Eighteenth street. I'nrlU'H or IliitiM'tiiliiiiipnlH. For any Information m regard to private 1 attles or entertainments, tho ladles of ashlnctou can avail themselves of such by calling on .Mr. Freund, tho celebrated lonfectloiicr and caterer, ntTlrJ Ninth street tiorlhwct, whero all the desired particu lars will be cheerfully furnished. Money and trouble can bo saved by those who avail themselves of this kind offer. Tho most artistic goods hi Ills line nre on exhibition at his store. I). J. Weyman, caterer for parties, wed dings, Ac, Is now ready to receive orders. Ice creams and Ices, fancy cal;cs, Jellies, Ac,; also, single dishes to order, viz.: croquettes, boned txrkey, salads, Arc. F.sti mates given. 42.1 Kleventh street north west, letweeu Vennsylvanla nvciiue and E Micct- local miir.vs. Sen I!o. Vor sale at news stands. The students of (ionzaga College gave a pleasant cnteitalnment at Uonzaga Hall last night. The programme was rendered In a Mjle that did credit to the participants and showed careful study and preparation. The orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Kmll Kubel, rendered some excellent music. It came, wo rubbed, It conquered our pain. 'Twas St. Jacob's Oil." It never falls. CxrTAiN John S. Mii.i.eu of Company I), Washington Light Infantry Corps, was presented with n handsome sliver medal last evening by his company. EvEitvnopv Invited to call at Sam's res taurant, Sixth and Pennsylvania avenue, on New Year's Day. Tuc class of '7Sof the High School held their aunual reunion nt tho High School building last night and t lie following ofll cers were elected: President, C. Holmes; Ice-presidents, A. E. Mlddlcloii, C. A. Darker and C. 0. Ilohror; secretary, H. J.. Jiodgklns; corresponding secretary, W. 11. ItoMson; ttoasuror, A. II. Hobbs; orator, V. II. Noyes; editor. II. II. Holtoui assistant editor, C. B. Kheem. "Ilnppy Siw Ycnr" to You All. The Solarl Brothers will be "at home" to their legion of friends and patrons from U to 12 p. m. to-day. This popular and most numerously-attended astabllshment will lc the " headquarters for hundreds of their friends and patrons to-day, where all the delicacies of the season will bo served with all tho culinary art that Is known to the profession, which this noted restaurant Is so proveibial for. Their magnificent and spacious apart ments will be' crowded to tholr fullest extent If one-twentieth pail of their friends will honor them to day with their august presence. The Solarl Hiotheis are exceedingly popu lar In this city, and they know how to en tertain their hosts of fifends with the good things of this world. Tho ilehest viands nnd lest brands of liquors, wines, cigars r.nd other tempting delicacies are only served at this noted establishment. All are invited this ) car of 15SU. Ili-rt .lioiTY.Ii'ctloiiw. Columbia Lodge, No. 1, I. O. M, has elected the following ofllccrs for tho ensuing term: Senior master, 1'cter Nairn; worthy master, 'William Palmer; junior master, J. M. Krous; recording secretary, J. W. Kid well; financial secretary, D. (1. Elcliel lerger: treasurer, William 1 Couitncv: chaplain, M. W. Placer: conductor, C. 1). Ooldeu; Lodgo M. P., A. C. Adams: trus tees, C. T. Hay, J. I.. foilby, J. H. Puvall, C. B. Greaves, J. T. Petty. Friendship Lodge, No. 7, I. O. M., has 'elected tho following ofllccrs: S. M, .1. II. Wahl; W. M., W. . Beckett;. I. JI., W. S. Seymour; U.S., T. K. Heath; F. S.. N. W. AVllkerson; treasurer, .1. JI. lllehards; con., W. II. Spencer; chaplain, Isaac Newton. lVri'NtlliiK mill IIoIiik. Henry G. Clark, tho middle-weight cham pion of Brooklyn, N. Y., and James JlcKcnna, special ofllccr at the Continue, will meet In a Gru'co-Homan wrestling match at tho Theatre Comlque to-night. Ile6t two falls out of three will deeldo tho match. Manager Snelhakcr has arranged a match between Young and Nally for tomorrow- night. Nally has no record, but has bottom and will bo heavily backed. Fit nil I tiro, Cnrpctn, lllnnkctx. Comforts ana general house-furnishing jjOods 6old on easy weekly or monthly pay ments at John Smith's Installment House, 413 New Jersey avenuo northwest. IHcil From HI liiJiu-leM. Augustus Stelbel of 333 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, who was run over by the carriage of Jlr. Charles Payson on the ISth of December, died of his Injuries yesterday, Tho accident occurred at tho corner of Twelfth street and Pennsylvania avenue, nnd tho driver, Hugh Mealy, was arrested at the time, but the Injuries were not thcu considered serious. The deceased was S3 of age. "SninV Xw Vt'iir'N Opening. The New Year's opening of "Sam's" new mace of bus ness. corner Sixth street and PcnH6jivanla avenue, will ho among the notable events of to-day, and "Sam" will i c piea6eu io see auy ami an oi ins menus during the day. lln.lor (SnotllVllinv'M Itcinnliii. Tho funeral of tho late JIaJor Henry (ioodfellow, Judge-advocate, I'. S. Army, who died at Fort Leavenworth early last Tuesday morning, took place nt that post estcrday morning, and the remains left there last night nt 7 o'clock for this city for uuriai. .Mrs. uoouieuow is on tuc way wuii thclody, accompanied by her oldest son, Ilieut (ioodfellow. Tho other threo chil dren remain at Fort I.eavoutvortb, Wo Hlinll CoiitlniK- tc retail clothing at wholesale prices until eur stock Is I educed to Its normal condition. L.setaau Bros., corner 7th and E streets. 3Ir. C'oli- Ai'iiiltti'il. Beforo the Criminal Court adjourned yes terday afternoon Justice MacArthur dl itctcd the jury, sitting In tho caso of Win. 11. Moses, C. 0. Colo nud James A. Jto Devitt, charged with coiilplraey, to return a verdict of acquittal In the caso of Jlr. Cole, which was Immcdlatoly dono. The, trial of thcothcit will bo resumed on Mon day, I'nr ItcceptioiiN, Prlnco Albeit suits the most suitable, gar ment for the occasion. L'lseinan Bros., cor ner 7th and E streets. Jons IU'dpbVs new furniture and carpot Instalment houses, D30 nud Wtl Soventh street northwest. Has the most extensive ttoek of furniture, carpets, rugs, mats, oil cloths, pictures, docks, rattan chairs, etc., south of Now ork, Every artlclo of house hold goods that It needed to mako your homo comfortable and uttractlvo can bo purchased at this largo double store. His prices aro decidedly tho lowest aud his terms tho easiest. GOVERNMENT GOSSIP. General mill lVriiniil Nmis About tlio llepiirtim'iit. Tho Supremo Court. Tho t'nltcd Stales Supremo Court will meet on Monday next. It Is expected the case of tho Vir ginia coupons, which involves the right to pay taxes with coupons of State bonds, will bo decided next week. End of tho Alubamn Commission. At tho closing session of tho Alabama Claims Coutt tho attorneys presented n series of complimentary resolutions to the Judges, and the Judgcsjircscnled letters of commendation to the ofllccrs and employes oi inucouit. Interost Chocks. Tho United States Treasurer yesterday mailed 12,713 checks, amounting to$(l,03l,3S3, In payment of tho Interest on registered fulled States four per cent, consols of UKJ7, nnd 1,337 checks, amounting to $1,1(18,70.", In payment of In terest uf liouds lsucd to tho Vaclilc Hall-re-ad companies. Reducing tho Ellfjlblo Lints. In order to pievent an excessive number of appli cants for examination being on tho list of the C'lvll-Servleo Commission, It has been de termined to limit the list by dropping from tho records tho applicants whoo names have been thereon for six months. Many of tho States havo applications on illo suf ficient to 1111 their quota for many years. The District of Columbia, which Is entitled to only four appointments out of 1,IKH), has 8i! applicants, more than should bo exam ined In II vo years, nnd .Maryland has 201 applicants on tho INt, Virginia 801, I'eim st lvanla 23S, and Ohio 8112. 11 Is noted that the excess of female applicants over males Is inoro than half In this District and .Mary land, whllo six times as many males as fc males rue requited by tho Depailmcnts. Intcrnnl Rovonuo nocelpto. Tho ag gregate Internal revenue iccelpts for No vember, If-S", were $101,83.71 less llian tho lecelpls for November, 1881. There was n decreasoof $122,11.13 from spirits; nu In-crcan- of $SII,R!0.fi7 on the laves on to bacco; an Increase of iHI,H!KI,?J on beer, nnd a decrease of $y,r,!W.S7 In miscellane ous nitlcles. 'J lie- collections of Internal revenue from all sources, from July 1 to November 30, 1SSI, Wero $17,323,78.00, aud from July I to November 30, 1SS3, $1,703, f00.0 an Increnso for the present llscal jearof $1,171,282.71. Diiilnglhelast llscal year the only Hems In which tbcro was n tailing off In revenue were In tho taxes fiom spirits distilled from apples, poaches or grapes, $4,203.13; stamps for distilled splilts Intended for oxpoil, $8,7$$; snuff of nil descriptions, $0,001.70. Minor nnd Porsonnl. Assistant Surgeon It. W. Johnson of the Jlailne IlospllalServicc has icslgned, The annual count of the Internal revenue Stamps ou hand In tho Treasury Is now lit progress, and has been going on elnco last Saturday. Tho stamps lcprescut a faco value of about $15,000,000. General Uosccrans, llcglstcr of tho Treas ury, was yesterday presented with a life size bust crayon portrait of himself, beauti fully framed, by General West, one of his old comrades in arms, and tho leader of the expedition which dug tho tunnel from l.tbby Prison. - a Tin: voi.icii: counv. Tin- (trrrlltigl IIMiimIi-iI liy iluilgo Snrll In 'urJtii-i ll H-lllMTS. Judgo Snell received tills morning at tho Police Com t between 8:30 and 0:30 o'clock. Ills callers wcro twelve In number, and will be entertained from seven lo ninety days at tho expenso of tho Government. Tho first caller announced was William Sherman, alias Miss .Maud, n tall colored man exquisitely dressed In female attire. So completo was tho disguise, that when Bailiff Barton ushered tho prisoner Into tho dock, tho clerk laid down tho warrant In disgust and said: "This Is a man's name on the paper and the prisoner is a woman." "Tho prisoner Is a man," was tho reply of tho policeman who biought tho charge. "Hassho been nrralguedr" Inquired tho Judge, whose attention had been distracted and who was not pleased ut tho delay in tho pioceedlngs. 'I he sex of the defendant was now known lo everybody but Ills Honor, nnd there was n laugh at his expense Tho prisoner was dressed In n closc-lltllng, sky-bluo silk dress, tilmmed with white laco, and stock ings of tho fame color ns tho dress, and patent-leather slippers that wero very large. Ho bad n bewitching fascinator on his head besides n wig and bangs. Downs arrested last night In this llg by Ollicer Penny, nud pleaded guilty to a chargo of vagrancy. Ho got ninety dajs on tlm Government farm, wheiohowlll bo furnished with a suit of clolhcs that will not bo so elegant, but more suited to his sex. The next guest that was ushered In was Joseph Jenkins, a young colored man, who ended tho old jeai and began tho new equally bad. Ho attended wntch-mcctliig nt Union Wesley Church last night and was nnestcd fonllsordeily conduct aud danc ing in church. Ifo got fifteen days on the faun. James Flannagan, n youth with red hair, swoic the old year out and tho new year In last nlsht and got seven days for street pro faulty. Edward Harrington was given fifteen dajsfor assaulting Lloyd James. Georgo W. Almy, for making threats to his sister-in-law, Lily JI. Downs, was tiled and dismissed. 'I he reception commlttco presented Joseph JI. Johnson, who had orated on the 6trcet louder than tho law allowed, lie got two weeks. Patrick Sullivan, who left the navy one month ago and has been drunk ever since, was In for being n common drunkard and was sent down for threo months. John nnd Itobert Sherlock, who began the last ten years In tho workhouse, will not break their record this year. Frank Smith and Thomas Thompson wcro fined $3 or 13 days each for disorderly con duct. Frank Brown, nn Italian bootblack, called very much against his will, but was re leased on tho promise that he would not carry a pistol In tho future. A llilllilMoinc TVuni. Tho great Atlantic it Pnclllc Tea Com pany can truthfully boast of owning ono of the finest teams In tho city, being exactly matched In color nnd size. They aro usually dilven to a light business wagon, with a splendid 6et of oxpenslvo harness elegantly mounted and decorated with bright yellow plumes, which Is n pretty contrast and shows to an ad vantage upou the proud and beautiful seal-brown team, Jlr. N. II. Bowman, tho energetic manager, who con trols for tho firm two of tho largest tea and coiTco houses In this city, on tho comer of Seventh nnd E streets and 1020 Fourteenth stiect, handles tho ribbons exceedingly dox tcious, and can easily dilvo them a mile In 2:10. They can bo seen dally on tho prin cipal streets attached to their light and nlcely-fluished delivery wagon. It Is lumorcd that tho supply of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup Is not equal to tho de mand. Druggists should prepare them selves for all emergencies ns tho people rely ou them for this leuiody, A IMhiiMi'oiin Itiinuwiiy. A runaway team, belonging to Jlr. S. JI. Bryan, this afternoon collided with a tree box near Vermont avenuo nnd K street, de molishing tho carriage nud Injuring tho driver, A Timely Niiuw.stlim.l Minister Sunset Cox has t-cnt tho Presi dent a rarely bound book. Tho President should send back to him a bluo-pcucllcd newspaper account of ex-JIInlster Benja min's nilventtiro with tho Harem of thoShah. What Is saneo for tho Persian gooso may bo applicable to tho Turkish gander. Phila delphia News, "A 'dcrni-y Itnlry Trt nKOiiH." Fresh Alderuey butter, churned ovory morning and delivered hi J m, "Ward1' prints, t.le. per lb. Also cottago choose; buttermilk and sweet milk, Co. per nt. Cream, lCc. per pint. J. E, FAincim.D, William Sumner Wyse, F, I,, auutlierof Now York and 8. II, Hcrrlman of Brooklyn" aro dl tho Arlington, St'ii ItosA, For ealo at news stands. TllV. AttMY AMP XAVV. Orilir-,, llotnlli, l.'itrlnuglK unit As nlKnmt'tiM. Lieutenant Thomas C. Prince, Marine Corns, returned from tho Alliance on Wed nesday from leave. Lieutenant Daniel I.. Tate, First Cavalry, arrived In San Franclco Christmas Eve from Fort Custer, Montana. First Lieutenant Georgo P. Cotton, Firs Artillery, passed Iho holidays at Portland, Oregon, from Fort Canby. Naval Constructor Georgo Y. Jlnllct was not expected to llvo through Wednesday night nt his home In Portsmouth, Vn. The Yantlc will drop down to Hampton lloads to-morrow from Iho Norfolk Navy Yard, and sail .Monday or Tuesday for Key West and orders. First Lieutenant Thomas It. Adams, Fifth Aillllcry, Is In tho city on leavo from Fort Jlonioc, lsltlng Captain Wells Wlllard, the depot commissary. First Lieutenant Win, II. Abercromble, Fecond Infantry, Is now nt Vancouver, from Fort Ciwir d'Alene, Idaho, 1ml will soon come East on leave. . First Lieutenant Thomas W. Lord, Twentieth Infantry, has been detailed as In spector of Indian supplies nt tho Gros Veil tic Agency, Montana. First Lieutenant Georgo K. JlcChuinc gle, Fifteenth Infantry, has relieved Lieu tenant lllanlon C. Welsh, Fifteenth In fantry, ns recruiting ofllccr at Camp Pop lar lllvcr, Montana. Army Leaves Granted Lieutenant Zcrnh W. Torrey. Sixth Infantry, Fort Douglas, Salt Lake City, ono month extension; Lieu tenant William L. Knccdlcr, assistant sur geon, Fort Snelllng, Jlinn., eighteen dins from December 21. Army Furloughs Authorized Corporal Herman Dennis, Company F, Twenty-fifth Infantry, Fort Snelllng, two mouths, after ic-cnllstniciit. Private Frank White, A, Kleventh Infantry, Feiit Sully, Dakota, one month. Sergeant Hartley F. JIaywood, 1), i bird Infantry, Fort Snelllng, ono month, l'rlvato Thomas Toolau, band, Seventh Civ nlry, Fort .Meade, Dakota, threo months. Corporal Isaac IE. Tyrrell, A, Fifth Infantry, Fort Keogh, Montana, ono month. Cor poral Alfred McNeill. B, Eleventh Infan ti, Fort Abraham Lincoln, Dakota, four months, after rc-ciillstmcut. Army Coiiits-JIartlal To conveno at Washington Barracks (tho Arsenal), D. C, January -Is Captain Edward II. Warner, ThlidAitlllcry, president, and First Lieu tenant Georgo P. Scrlvcn, Third Artillery, Judge-advocate. To conveno January 5 at Jnckson Barracks, New Orleans: JIajor Charles II. Throckmorton, Second Artillery, president, and First Lieutenant Edwaid E. ilajle, Second Artillery, 1udgc-ndvocato. To conveno January -t at Foil JtcIIenry. Baltimore: Cnntaln John G.Turnbull, Third Aitlllcrv, president, nnd First Lieutenant Henry II. Ludlow, Third Artillery, Judge-advocate-. IUni:rniiiM of tin- liny. This Is about tho way tho Old Yoar looked after one round with tho midnight racket that hustled it out of the ring last night: And this Is tho way the New Year came smiling to thofiont: 1 8 8 fi HOLIDAY GOODS. IKIIEIEJDP'S 30 Days' trraiiuClcariiii-Oiit&Cleuiiiiig-UiiSale -OF- inh l.ols, llicilcn T.lncx mill r.cin nilliU of MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS For Cash Only. In order to rcduco nnd clean up Iho STOCK hpfnio tnklnit Inventory, I will allow a Ills roUNT of itu vv.U CiSST. oil nil regular lines of WINTF.lt UNDEltWEAIt. CO-ccnt Merino Shirts, nt too 7.1-ccut " " and Drawers, ut... WH) Sl.oo " ... S0o 1.2.1 Wool " " " ...81.00 si.r ... i.) $1.7.1 ... 1.10 S'.'.CO ' " " " ... 1.00 Tliosamc discount will bo taken offN'or folk nnil New llnumvlck nnd Jtcdtleott Co.'s Wlilto, (Irny nnd Scarlet Scotch Wool Shirts nmlDiuweis. Mo Clinton Flannel Drawers, at (Wo "no " ' . " iiOo tec " ' " mo Scarlet .Medicated Flannel Shirts and Draw ers nt Sl.fX) each. Job Lots and liemnnntu of ScnrK Handker chiefs, Suspenders, Half llofo. Merino Draw ers, (lossntner and Itubbor Coats, .to. In fact, ltemnants of nil kinds will bo closed out at One-Half their Value. Headquarters for ICeoji'it 1'lno Diohh SliirlH, Colhirs, Cuffs, Moves, Umbrellas, &o. Oliver P. Bnrdette, 437 Seventh St, N, W .Solo Agfiit for TllHlrht of Collimliln. B. H, STINEMETZ & SON, ji.ytti'.iih axi ri'ititir.its, 1237 Ponna. Avonuo. SrECIALTIUS ! I, miles' I'lnc Ncul HUlu nud IMiinIi (lll'Illl'lltM. (iciitluiiii'n'M Di'i'M-t, Opera mill lleiiiyllntH. I'hioNllk ITmlii't'lliiMiiiul Walking Cnnch. HOLIDAY PRESENTS J. "W. DREW'S, MXTII iiiiilIWAVi:. Wo Invito our friends and patrons to In spect our display of Plush and Leather Goods. In addition to them wo liavon largo stock of JInulcuro Goods anil Fancy articles specially designed for Holiday Presents. A discount of 10 percent for cash on Holiday Goods, Dress Shirts, Dress Bows, White Buttons, White Studs For New Year's Hay Calling. H. F, WOODWARD & CO,, MEN'S FDIU8niNQS, li;i!J Ksir York Aviv, nuiir liJIli Street. KEEP'S SHIRTS, 437 SEVENTH STltEET N W. O. P. BURDETTE, SOUS AC1ENT New Year Gifts, In the olden lime gifts, generally suppldmciitniy ones, wcro common nt New Ycnr. In providing for Christmas it often happened tlinl some ono wns over looked, nml so the first day of tho now ycnr wns arnllcil of to supply tlio de ficiency, It may be Hint you litivo neglected to pro vide your boy with some nrtlclo of np parol otiltnblc (o tho fccnson. It so, wo stand ready to supply Ihc deficiency. "Wo Keep nlmost every thing n boy needs in our various depart ments. AVc rnn short on Children's Over coats much to our surprise, for wo Im agined we had plenty for the whole season, but we were mistaken. So our New York buyer, ou Jlondny, cleaned out one of that city's best manufacturers, and sent us several nice lots, Iho biggest bargains wo havo seen tills season. "Wo enumerate them as follows; Lot 753 for $ 3.00, worth ? 1 782 " 3.00, " 1 795 " 10.00, " 15 1189 " 3.50, " 5 1231 " 5.50, " 8 1335 " 4.50, " 0 1330 " 6,50, " 10 1341" 3.50, " 5 1362 " 3.50 " 5 The quantities Included in these lots nlono constitute a fair assortment for an ordinary store. "Wo reason that a3 tho season hitherto has been a mild one, when tho cold weather sots in later on, many deficiencies will appear in children's wardrobes, and we wish to bo In a position lo supply them. "o might say these coats wcro worth n groat deal more than wo havo quoted, but wo tlo not caro to challcngo your scep ticism ou 'Unit point. AVo havo only stated tho retail price at tho beginning of this sea son. I'or tho benefit of strangers visiting the city wo will Just repeat what nil acquainted with ns know nlrcady, and that Is, wo do business on the One J'lice System, nnd rotund money for goods not suiting, Saks&Comp'ny OUTFITTERS, Seventh Street and Market Space WE EXTEND TO YOU 88 m s in m (Go) fe. cs-TjnsrisriF'S, l.tllMIKTIlftH OI' Fine FOREIGN Fabrics, 404 and 406 Seventh Street. Wo respectfully nnnennco that wn now have on hand a very select and cholco nort merit of goods; nlsonfcw AtiCTlON-Himiis, which wo will sell at prices lo suit tho lean Chtlstmas pockcthook. Wo arc maklnR Enormous Setorifloe IN OUH SILK DEPARTMENT. Genuine Bargains in Dress Goods. Beautiful Plaids (double width) 69c, worth $1,25, Bncch! attention Ii Invited to n lot of lllctrant I in ported Cloaks, Newmarkets, Wraps and Jerseys Which will horcold nt HALF-l'MCt!. 450 Pairs SlaxxlsietS;, OltllATKbT VAI.UK IN T1IK CITV. C3-TJI3ST" 3ST IF'S, Strictly One Price. r, OOO NN N IlDUll 1)00 NN N , () O N N N l l O O N N N II I) N N N t l O II N N N II llimmi II II I) N N N , O II N N N II I N N N , O O N NN l HO ) N NN A.hUi OOO K NN Ulllll) OOO N NN No. 715 MARKET SPACE. Wo nro offering tho following llargalns In all our Departments: CLOAKS. CLOAKS. CLOAKS. Kowmarkcts at $5, 0, Sfl.fiO and higher pi Ylsltcs from sfll, $7, S?8. ?l), i?H) Millinery. Millinery. Trimmed Hn(,formcrprlceiSI,S.'), 80,8. SO nud 813; now $3. S3, SI, S5, SO. ST.ni). Un- ti limned llntd, French Felts, best nuallty, nt St. and sorao nt 'Bo, 50o nnd iro. Hllk Velvets, all shades, nt Kin. Flower, lino bouquets, 23c, 3?c, COc and 75c. Tips, Plumes. Fine Ostrich Tips, threo In a bunch, nt Si, reamers reuuecu. ZH Wo nro headquarters In Herman Yarns, Saxony, Italian, Oermantown Wool, cry Sllka nt tic u dozen skeins. Xcphyrs, nil shades, Go nu ounce. HOSIERY. HOSIERY. English Derby Striped Hose, for children, regular made, only 20 nnd 23c. Ladles' Flcccod Jlalbrlggan Hose, only 23c, wortli iOc. KID GLOVES, KID GLOVES. Ladles' B-button lllack nnd Colored La Jouvln Gloves, only B7c; -l-button, 73c nnd 08c, Handkerchiefs. riftyd07.cn Linen Colorcd-liordered Unndkcrelilcfs nt So. BO dozen Colored and Whlto Linen Handkerchiefs nt lOo. 20 dozen All-linen Flno Sheered Linen Handkerchlels, nt 25c, wortli soc. FTJES. FUES. TJK,S. Ono caso Black Hnsilnn Ilaro MtilTfl nt TTe, worth 81.23. A fow sen of Lynx Jlutls and Vlctorlncs only $10 u set, worth S23, nud hotter qualities. MBBOI BAZAE, 715 Market Space, S1:o3?e crpen. ixxL-tl Q jp. m.. IIOUSpECrATmNS WALL PAPERS Special c9lgn, IS liXlW.SM I 'K 1A V KItS In Art Colors. HOUSE fc FRESCO PAINTING, DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES FUltNlSHED. Specialties In CAitrirrs asi vahkics. Agents for Morris & Co. rrTJEniTia?!?, . P. HANSON HISS & CO., HIS Firicciitli HtiectS.AV. Wo Invito an Examination of Oar BRASS GOODS, DECENT IMPORTATIONS FIIO.M London, Berlin and Vienna, Added to well-selected purchases of .A.-m eard-oaaa. (il-oocLs Makes an attractlvo exhibition of Novelties and Useful Articles. HAYWARD & HUTCHINSON Hit Slntli Nlrrct S. W. INSURANCb. ANGLO-AMERICAN Insurance Co., No. 629 F STREET N. W M'AHllIMiTOX, 1. V., Xss-in.0 Fire and Marine Policies ECO, Ohiirtfireil liy Coueross, 1837. Capital, $200,000, sumiiis. $10000 OIWJGHi- KEV7 BUILDINO, N, K. Cor. BoYeuth Street and Louisiana Avtuoe, AI.IlEItT A. WILSON, Troslilcnt. TIIOS. I'AHKEH.VIco-l'rosldout. 0. W, IIOWAltl), Secretary, II. ll.llAZAKD.Ass'tSoo'y. National Mclropolitan Firo Ins. Co., OlO I'll. Ave, N. 'V.tVuslilngtim, II, O. CASH OAl'ITAT., $100,001). EDWAUD CLAltK, Pros. SAMUEL C11QS3. Sco'y. null-tf CARPETIWas. GEO. WILLNER Has In stock a full lino of Carpeting, ail grades Oilcloths, Cocoa and Straw Mattings. Also latent styles in Woll l'anor, Window bhados and Curtain Goods, wlro Window and Door Screens. I'lUOEU LOW, 120 NINTH BTBICET NOUTUWE8T, minii a ;:::. a ttnitit II II AA . AA H It II II A A '. A A H It 11I1D1I A A , A A Uimlt, II II AAA Z AAA H It II U A A . A A H It mum A A V..V.ZY, A A It It ices. ,111 il'W, '1, IfO, -?U, '111 ilUU JllDUl. Children's Cloaks from i?2, if'J, ?1, S?5,'!j0 nnd higher. Millinery. Tips, Plumes. worth S'J-53; somo nt 37c a bunch. All Fancy EmbroUl- HOSIERY. Handkerchiefs. WINES ANDLIQUOnS. ESTABLISHED 1 B 1 1 . OHOIOE OLD "W HE I s k: I E s, Mild, Mellow and Delicious. Tho tiuro medicinal qualities of Whisky dis tilled from tho llnost growth of ltyoln tlio re nowned Valley of tho Mononcahcla, havo at tracted tho nticiitlon of tho Medical Faculty in tho United Stntesto mich n doirrconsto plnco It In n very high poiltlon among tlio Materia Mcdlca. Wobcglo Invito tho attention of connois seurs to our celebrated lino lir.1) AVIIIS Kli:s, whleli wo offer at tlio following iirlcoi, IN UASKS containing OiioIli.uu Mottles cuvhi )lilltccrvoAVlilslfy ... $JH lliii'lMilliil tlpu'i-rn AVhlsliy - in llruiiKH Iclt Cluli AVhlIty 18 It you cannot obtain tlieso Whlskios from your Grocer, wo will, on receipt of Hank Drnft, liegMcrcd Letter or l'ostnfllco Money Order, or V, O. I). If prefcriod, deliver thorn to your nddrosi by Express, chargus piopald, to nil iK)!utsenst of Mlsl!lpl lllvcr, or by Freight to nnyimrt of U. S. (prepaid). For Jlxcellfiiri!, l'urlty mill llvnnniiHH of 4iuillty tlio nbovo nro UiiHiu-piisKoil liy liny AVIilkliii-H In tin, illiirkot. Thovaro entirely I'll KK rito.n AIIUI.TIIUATKIN nnd posfefcs n iintiiriil lluor and flno tonlu properties. TIipmi Wlilnliles nro sold under gunrantoo to glvo jierftcl mtltfactlon, otherwise to ho io turned ntour expense. Correspondence so licited. II. & H. . CATHfflWOOD, 114 South Front St,, Phila. K. V. Ol'.lce 1(1 South tVillliim Street. FINE OLD Whiskies, lines ani Liprs ! 1 havo n largo nnd wcll-soleeted stock of tho nbovo goods, which I can guarantee to bo pure. I name In part 7-yoar-old Kontucky Bourbon, O " Kontucky Bourbon. Flno old Monousaliola Kyo, Flno Old Thompson Puro Ryo, Flno Old amy " " Flno Old Molvnlo " " And Berkoloy Hyo Whlsklos, Puro Virginia Qrapo Brandy. AVINJBS. Bliorry, Mndelra, Port, Catawba and Clnrot. Which I can Sell as Low ns tho Lowest. My llcrkeley Vuro ltyo U tho host on tho mniKct for SI per gallon, $1 per nuiut, 50o u pint, Wo a sample bottle. Virginia Clnrot, S3. to per dozen. JAMES THARP HIH T HTItKKT S. W. Something lew, D. W, CI.IMO'S Cmublnntlnii I.c'ttiir-.Slii'utiinil linvoloiia For Letters, Notices. IIIUs, Btnteinants, Olr- culurs of nil slzos; In boxes of 33, CO, 100, SM, CM nud 1.oui each. Wllldlipeiifo with Kilvclopes, Will save Weight in I'oiticio. Will snvo Time unit Trouble-. Tho l'ostofllco Btauiiw will show dato of do livery. J. W. WAT IS ItH, 1)10 Now York nyontio. Sole Agt. for Washington and Aloxandrln. PHOTO-ENGRAVINa 1 laving recently flttexl up a Photo-Engiaving Establishment, In connection with my PATENT I'liOOESS, I am preimreul to furnish II.I.USTltATIONS AT NISW YtllllC PIUOC3, l'liotogiaphlug on Wood for tlio Trade, 3VLOji3.nri.oo J oyoei 418 KLEVENTH STIIEBT N. W. SEAL SKIN WRAPS. SEAL SKIN SACHS, Wo havo In stwk. rendy for linmcdlato do livery, nineteen Seal Skin Sacques, from M InriiM to Inches long, and from 31 Inches to 43 bielics bust inensiiro, ut moo. m is, ia.-, man to hum. Theso garments wcro all mado early In tho neii-mi, uivieu iii-urillg good mill y witrkmanslilo. niirtnnnu nnli.r.wt .l not reeehullio samn nttrnll(i. n nil fneturers nro busy wlthf peclal orders" HIIAI. VISITI-.S, trlminoit with j.) nx nnti nifiniK. J'l.lISH VISITIIS, PLUSH SACl iroiu ii in q-.Ht, Tlm lnrgpt unit llni-st nloclioM In tills clly lo select fiiim. ltiiinr, l.ynx, Knx nml JHnnlii'y j 1 iirTrlniiiilng In umry vnrlvly. UllMri,' unit Cbllilioil'n I'urs, siillnl ir jiouuuy j,rrf-llis. t IIUNLAP'S NlltV YOltIC It.VT.Sl nun, i, pern nun Horny. Kilter Itiindln I'resoiitiillnn ltltKl.I.A.S WILLETT & RU01 Hatters and Furriers, 0O6 Penn.a. -A.-rc HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS, CHAMBCRLIN'S RESTAURANI FOK LADIES AND OUNTLEMEN. Hiil, n:j;i nud H'lr, rincenth Nticetl Comtiruliie ll.o former residences of Fori iiiiiiuii n nou, unvcrnor iiiomas swan and .lames O. lllnlnn.l J Mr. CliniiiWliii has filled up thoSwanmaiM mull vspeiiiiiiyiii A LADIES' ltESTAUHANT. thocntrnticotowhlclils 823 Flflccntli slrect? 1 1 io elegant dining-room wns formerly Uov. Tlio Most i:x(,illln Ciilslnu In Wash ington. Arrangements can ho mado for Itecop tlons, Dliiiii'i-oi TlHiitro I'artli's. , Anplloatlons enn bo made In person or by letter. Wines, T, I ii ii ins nnd Cordials by tho boltlo or ense. JOHN F. ilHAMMSHMN. HAItlllS IIOtlSK. AMK1UCAN PLAN-S-4.W nnd S3 ncrdny. 1'oiinsylvanla nvo. nuo, between 13th nnd llthstroots. Special rates to pai ties and permanent gnets. Trir.i.Aiti iioTi:r., YY WAHIII.VOTON, n. c. 0(1 Stniiles.latoof Tlimnand ll. Itousc.Prop. -A. nyn jlist7&, 310 NINTH ST. N. XT. WELOKER'S NEW HOTEL, 7it:i, SS5,.7a7 1.1th Ht. s. w. KUnOPEAN PIAN. Ilestnurant a In Carto. WASHINGTON, D. C. TIL FELTER. THEEBBITT: r WASHINGTON, D. O. AEMT & NAVY HEADQUAETEBB. FOLK I1IUN FIHE LSCAl'KS TKItMS-03.00 mill $4.00 por Day. S" T. JAS11CS' 1H)TUT., , , JSUKHI'ISAN PLAN, Sixth street and Pennsylvania avonno. L. WOODUUUY, Proprietor. THE LOSEKAM, 1323 P Street N. W Opp, the Ebbitt WASHINGTON, I), O. (Tho Clarcnden, Saratoga Springs, N. T.) C. lOSKKAUr, I'roprlctor. FINANCIAL. J. VANCE LEWIS, 33ROICE3E. Stocks, Grain, Provisions and Oil. r.f Droit Iliillillng, I'.lglitli nml VhU. T1IIVATC WiniiR TO NEW VOItK AND tJlllU.tUO, II. K. PLAIN. ir. it. mini B.K.PLAIN&CO.J llItOKEIlS, GRAIN, PROVISIONS and STOCKl Slntli nml ' StreotH, WoslililBtioii., 3D. City references National Bank of then puuuc. Chicago Correspondents Ml LMINE, MAN CO. Com-tant nuotntlons of tho Chicago Now York Markets by srcclal wlros. J. IV. Mahli. T, 1. 1 ioiiIcj. F. II. Sliai WALSH, OROPLEY & OC lilt) I' St. (fllinoi-lliillillng), BANKERS & BROKERS. StocKs. Qraln. Provisions & Petrolciu Mnrglns from I per cent, upward to i Dlri'i't irlvato wins to New York, Clill anil i-niiaoeipiun. iiriinuli nllluu, til "iii ,v iiiuiiititi iteiiiinig,. CAMPBELL & CO,"? C! ! rlwn n Dm .? . J T . uiuujii uiuiu, iiovibiuu uuu rei Joum Brokero, 1130 PIJNNA, AVI!. (Upitnlrs.) DIlti:CTViiti!TO.r;WVOI!IC & ClIICAfl P. D. LILLKY. T. A. KENDIC P. B. LEiLBY & 0( HANICl? ANI) IlItOICKItS. Blocks, BtJtJi, Grain, Piovisioaa ani ' . t Petroleum, 1 1137 V bTh'E'KN. W., WASHINGTON, D. Branch aico No. i South Uolllday strool iutiiM.y :. B. SPEARE, ,10 F 8TIIELT NOUTUWK3T, Evcn'lng strictly flrst-elass and on tho most reiuu'hlo terms. (Camp Chairs to hire for all onions.) Avovt ininoiioKi', VtNIBlIlNtl UNDKin'AUKIt, Nn. 310 Peril, "vo. n, w., bot.Udaud t'4 sts. KvcrytUng fA'.olass. I