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THE WASHINGTON OKITIC, FKIDAY EVENING, SEITE3II)EIl !JO, 1887.
f If WASHINGTON 0KIT10 CITY SPECIALS. I'.unllMt IMnnrr Hot, elegant iloBte.ns, licautlfully decorate 1, of our direct Importation, at reduced prices. J. W.lkmttruSox, 021 Pennsylvania Avenue. To the l.ndlcMi tfeml your lace curtains to tho Swiss 8Uam Laundry, 1322 F rtrcct. Don't Fowl to visit Tim Bullion's fctieo Kcstaurant to Morrow afternoon and orcnlnn and partake of Llsojitcr lunch, served In every stylo. The public ro Incited. Vot tli on Id pro tbc suitings wo mako to Ctder at $25. I'lscmao Bros., cor. 7lQ A. V,, (omljrnr Hulihpr Cmiipniij'rf. Manufacturers of Kubber flood's, arc ac knowledged to 1)0 the best In tho market, an excellent and full assortment of which can always bo found at ibo Hood year 1 lubber Co.'a headquarters, No. OTJ Mntb street no.llmcGt, near rcnnsvlvanla avenue. Melville UM'SAr, Maaftccr. IHcovprod The most complete Furniture House In the city. Parties purchasing furniture It w 111 be to thtlr advantage to go to UltlCTIlAHTII S, Odd-Felloes' Halt, 7th street u. w. For .ill .rluM mid l'lii uso Kheumatlc Strengthening, Porous Was tcr. For Mia by A. B. Finney, tbo drug gist, corLcr Seventh and 1 streets north west, price 10c. You should see tho pantaloons no mako to order at 5. rieeinan Hros , cor. ?tb A, K mini. I'JilI. Itft Iliewlni: I'oui- pnnj'H .llllivnukro IIimt, tbe acknowledged Uccrof the District. For trade mark (which appears on every bottle), ne Sunday papers. Kotallud by dealers Ecoerally and wholtealo only by 1 V D. Har per, 70J and 705 North Capitol street. .lohn'H Aoti'd iinilHplcndldly l'lttrtt 1 1 Oiwti'r Snloon unit ItcMtnimuit. This lorig established restaurant, eligibly located on tbo corner of Seventh and L streets northwest, Las been thoroughly ren ovated for tbe fall and winter reason. It present proprietor has nil tho necessary facilities to furnish oysters In any style, especially steamed, at tbo Ion est possible prices, ihls establishment will mako a specialty In serving select steamed at no extra charge. Meals and hot and cold lunches always read) to serve. Ibo finest brandjfof liquors on!) dcaltlntalso, excellent cigars, l'rompt service and courteous treatment to all who may favor this popular restaurant with their patronage. Vot' should seo the suttloga wo make to orucr ai - Wiseman jros., cor. tin x it, llotlco to llounekcvpcri In addition to a complete stock of heat ing and cooking stoves, ranges, carpets, blankets, comforters and parlor and dining room furniture, 1 have Just received a full lino of silver table ware, all to bo sold on easy monthly or weekly payments as cheap as can bo bought elsewbero at strictly cash ItIccb. Brno's reliable Installment nouse, 52 Pennsylvania avenue northwest IVorklngiucii ami Others, Attention Tbe season Is approaching when most of vouwlll need stoves, both cooking and heating, "We would respectfully call your attention to Kuddcn'a Mammoth Double In stallment house, 030 and IHJ Seventh street northwest, where can be found a largo selection of furniture, carpets, stoves, heat ers and ranges (the latter aro all union made). Mr Kudden sella at cash prices on the Installment plan, with easy weekly or montblj payments. Yoc should see tbo pantaloons wo make to older at $5. Elscman Bros., cor, 7th A L, 1V II. Houghton A Co., 111 F Htrri't Aorthwput, have reclvcd their now line of Furnlture Carpets, Upholstering Goods and Wall Taper for fall. Furniture upholstered. Splendid assortment at lowest prices. I.1GIITMN0 Rons repalrod. Speaking tubes. J H. KtEnuso, 1212 Pa. avo. Lrrnociurn check hooks made to order. Handsome designs. Ken and, 1013 Penn sylvania avenue. Visiting lauds neatly engraved from your plates at 75 cents per hundred. Ker vand, 1012 Pennsylvania avenue. Yoc should see the eultlDgs wo mako to order at $25. Elscman Uros., cor. 7th & U. It In not JkiTnnarv to buy every new boou that conies out, tv hen you may have tbe privilege of reading all you want at the low price of i3 subscrip tion for an entire year. Mr. J. D. Free, Jr., Ko. 13-13 F street northwest, has all the p'aodard works and all the new books as soon as published. Call and subscribe. Monooiums and address dies stamped In colors at low figures. Kctvand's, 1012 Pennsylvania avenue. LionTMr-a Hods, electric work. J. 11, Kieiilino, 1213 Pa. avo. You tbould see tbo pantaloons vvomako to order at 5. Klscmau Uros , cor. 7th A, H, It I the IICHt. Ask for It. Scblltzs' Mtlwaukco Lager User. For ealo by all leading houses. "Alrtprncy Hairy lVaxoni." Fresh Alderney butter, churned every morning and delivered in i lb "Ward' Itrlnts, 40c. per lb. Also cottago cheese, luttermllk and sweet milk, 5c. per qt. Cream, 15. per pt, CITY NEWS PARAGRAPHS. The Emmet Guard mustered In a nam Icr of new members last night. The opening lecture of tho Washington Normal Kindergarten Icstltute takes place to-morrow cvenlDg at 0.CQ o'clock, Tbo public are Invited to bo present. Mrs. Davis of Mount Pleasant, while riding In a Fourteenth street car lyt night, bad her satchel snatched from her hand by a white man, who dropped It when pursued by Policeman Hathaway. Tho thief escaped and tbc satchel was rolurccd to tho owner. Tho Putnam Phalanx of Hartford, Conn., Mill arrive In this city at 0 3(J o'clock ucxtluebday morning. They will bo re ceived by tbe Washington Light Infantry. Ubey Villi parade at 5 o'clock In the after noon, under escort of tbe Infantry, beaded by the Marine Hand. A number of gentlemen Interested la game protection and who realize tho ne cessity of an enforcement of tbo laws, met at the office of Dr. i:. P. Howland, 'J 11 rour-nnd-a half street, hit evening. Ad at tempt will be male to Induce the farmers to to operate w 1th tbo gamo constables. East tVuHlilngtuu, Parents and teachers are complaining of the lack of sidewalks leading to the Maury School Building, whUh Is situated In the Middle of a large commons at Thirteenth and C streets northeast. During tbo rainy weather tho mud waa anklo deep, and the ttacbera atd scholars labored under rainy uisanvaniages in oruer iu reaca it. ius building was finished lo June, but as yet no furnaces have been placed Iu It, thus neces sitating frequent dismissals of school dur ing tbo ruent cold spell. Csptsln K. W, Meade, tbe new com taamlant of tho Navj-YarJ, took possession to-day of tbe house recently vacated by Captain Wallace. Ono lodger, a white msn, was accommo dated last night at the Fifth Precinct Station. West Washington, Several days smco Mrs. Kebecca How ard misted from her bureau drawer a hand come gold watch. The houso was searched thoroughly, but tbe watch could not be found, and Mrs. Howard determined to put the case in the bands 6f tbo police. Officer llurrows was assigned to the case and tbls Horning be arrested William Patsey, a Ioung colored man, aud found the watch tdden In bis bed, Temperature and condition of water at 7a. m.t UreatFalls,tempcrature,(ll;condl tlon, 31; receiving reservoir, temporature, (t; condition at north connection, 33; at south connection, SO; distributing reservoir, temperature, 05; condition at lonuent gate house, SO; condition at eulueut gate bouse, SO. CLMIU: MMlKKr GOSSIP, A Dull Meek far Tnirto, hut lie I Icr l'rojpect for Tn-mnrrutt. Tho rain and bid wiatbcr of tbo past few dajshadlts cITict on the market, as on everything else. Markclmen report sales during the week as light, but with good weather to day there Is a prospect that to morrow will bo n fairly gool day. While tbc salts have been small, thcro Is no mate rial change In price. It was cxpcctc 1 thnt with Ibe usual return of people wholud Wen away for the summer that sales u ouM have U en teller In tho meat market at least; Instead tbey are lighter. ME ITS. Flno pottcihouso steak holds Its own at 20 to 2 cents a pound, tenderloin, 20, prime rib roat, 20, quarter of lamb, 20; lamb chops, iW to 35, corned beef, S to 13 cents, and large beef tongues, 00 cents each Thtro are more chickens than but witk, and they bring alllho way from $2,50 to J5 CO a dcien. f quftbs are scarce at 35 cents each. FfitTAIlLES, 'J hero were very few vegetables In market to-day, tut with good weather thero will bo moro to-morrow. Gootl white potatoes have advanced slightly and are now worth TO to 40 centsa peek. Kastcrn Shore sweet potatoes are cheaper, at 2 to 40 cents, and aro tbe I est thatbavo been In market this jiar. Tomatoes, at 20 to ft) cents a peck, are a trifle cheaper, If nut quite so line. Preserving tomatoes aro gone. Cora Is steady, at 20 to UO cents a dozen. Lettuce and cabbago are 5 to 10 ceats ahead Turnips are a bit cheaper, being 40 cents a peck, while yellow onions have gone nway up and aro $1 a peck. Celery la also dearer, being (O to 75 cents a dozen, but It h very flno. String beans havo advanced to 5u centsa peck, sod Llbu beans to 15 cents a quart. There Is a largo demand for pumpkins and an advance In price of 1 cont per pound. At Fngel's stand, Iu the Ninth struct wing, thero aro as Qne mushrooms as ono wants to see at 75 cents a quart. This Is very cheap when ono conMdera that a month hence they will bring from $150 to $3 a quart. UUTTEU AND r.003. Tbo butter market Is advancing and table grades aro lo good demand. Iho retail price remains unchanged. Prints, 40 to 50; Dne creamery, 33; good, 30, and dairy, 2" to no Irish eggs aro scarce and higher; retail price, 20 to 23. nsn. Fish aro moro plentiful and cheaper, and In a couple of weeks will bestlU cheaper. Javlns iV Son have tho first red snapper of the season; It Is worth 12 i centsa pound; shcepshcad, 15, and scarce; salmon, 3"; fresh cod, 12; halibut, 20, and very scarce; salmon trout, 12 J ; porgtcs, 12; span Mi mackerel, 30, sea bass, 15; scallops, 20; lob ster 15, and shrimp, 30 to 33, a lit cheaper than last week. Pan and boiling rock arc cheaper, bclng23centsa bunch, whlto perch 25 and Norfolk spots 20 cents a bunch, rntiT. Fruit la good, but not qultoso flno as last week. Peaches hang on at tbe same price, 75 ccuts and $1 a peck. Of course there are somo In market for less money, but they aro of an Inferior quality. Pears, whllo very line, have also advanced in price. Iheyrango all the way from 50 cents to 1.50 per peck. Grapes aro still plentiful, and extra One; tbe Concord are worth 4"i cents for a ten-pound basket; Delaware, 40 for a six-pound basket, and Niagara, GO cents for a small basket. Thero Is not an orange lo market, and prunes have gone. The best lemons aro worth 25 cents a dozen, and bananas 25 to 35. Capo Cod cranber ries aro 12 to 14 cents a quurt. WHOLESOME PUMP WATEIt, Tho HnTecunrd Aiioptcd by tlio llenlth oil) re, A complaint was received at Tub Critic ofllco this morning In regard to a pump Iu a thickly populated portion of tbo northwest section. The water Is suspected of being Infected with typhoid fever germs. At tho request of Tnc Cuitic a sample of tbo water has been obtained by Inspector Peters of the Health OOlce, and will be submitted to tbo District chemist for analysis. Iho analyzatton will take somo time, but as 60on as completed tbo result will bo an nounced In 'Inn CitiTic, Tbo method of procedure In slmll ar cases, though very simple, eccms not to bo gen erally understood. It at any time the water from any public pump Is suspected of being at all Impure, ft Is tho duty of every rctUcnt of tbo neigh borhood to do all In his power to havo tho evil corrected. 'I he barm a well of Impure water does Is not always confined to tbo families using the water, but may extend to many neighboring families. Prom such causes as these spring many, If not moat, of the fatal typhoid epidemics. As soon as tho water from a pump la eui- rcctcd a request should bo mado of tho lealth Offlcer to havo an analjels of tbo water made. This analysis Is made by tho Dlsti let Chemist, and If any deleterious In grcdlents are found the Lnglneer Depart ment Is notified, and If potslblo tho cWlls corrected by removing tbe source of cor ruitton. steps being taken to prevent tho usoof tho waterlu the meantime. In case tho Impurity cannot be prevented the pump Is removed or destroyed. In extreme cases, when It Is deemed Im- Jrudcnt to allow tho water to be used tho ew days pending tbe analysis by tho Dis trict Chemist, the Knglncer Department will, when requested by a resident of the neighborhood In which tho pump la located, disable tbo pump temporarily, so that the water monot be used uottl the result ot tbo analysis Is known. If It Is found that tbo watir Is harmless the pump Is pat In order again, or whatever other bteps necessary aro taken. That the quality of tbo water obtained from pumps Is not given sufllclent atten tion Is shown by tbe prevalence of typhoid fe cr. Unclean yards, cellars or outhouses, bowcur, cause many cases of this disease, Independent of tbe water, Theio are many instances lo which tho Health Ofllcer Is powerless unless assisted by tbe citizens, and It Is each citizen's duty to report every case demanding attention that comes under his notice. American TaMo ami Mklll, represented by Colgate t Co , produce per fumes and toilet soaps moro dellcato than can bo made abroad. jnt Vernon Aenue. Tbe Mount Vernon Avenue Association held a meeting In Alexandria yesterday af ternoon. John 11. Smoot, Ksq , was elected chairman of tho cxecutlvo committee, and M. 13. Harlow, Secretary. Mr, Jeff. Chandler submitted a plan of organi zation, which, after being slightly modltlel, was adopted. Mr. II. A, Wittard was chosen vice picsldent,and M r.H. W.Fox, cor responding secretary, A letter from the Governor of Net ad a endorsing tbo project was to id and spread on the minutes. Mr. J H.Slcktcsttndeied bis services as engl ncer. Subscriptions will bo paid to M. 1). Harlow. I'lerru'H "lMeaHnnt ruigntltc 11 ICtM. Positively popular; provoko praise; prove pitcelccs; peculiarly prompt; perceptibly potent; producing permanent profit; pre cluding pimples and pustules: promoting purity and peace Purchase. Price, petty. Pharmaclets patronizing Plerco procure plenty. IHlllIhlS Acnlti mopped. Police ofllcers have several times ordered Mllltla companies to stop drilling on tbe street, and the Captains or several organi zations have made formal complaints, OOl cer Mackey directed IhoJOrdway Klfles to stop drilling on Els lit h street last night. I have been troubled with catarrh of the bead and throat for five sears. Three years ago 1 commenced tbo use of lily's Cream Ualra, and from the first application 1 was relieved. Tbe sense of smell, which had liee n lost, was restored I havo found the llalm tbe only satisfactory remedy for catarrh and It has accomplished a euro In my case. H. L. Meyer, Wavcrly, K Y. Kly's Cream Halm cured roe of catarrh and restored my sensoof smell For cold In bead It works llko migle. K, II, Sher wood, Ilauker, Elizabeth, N, J, Small Ideas and big words make a patoful combination. Picayune. Want of Sleep In ftpinlhig thoiminN nunmilly to tbo liutiio imylum , ninl UioduUoriwiy HiU troublo If nlurtnltigly on tlio (iierriKf, Tbo iisunl retnnlloa, uhllo they imiy glwj temporary rcliefinro llkelj to ilo moro li triu tlnu good. Wlnit U needed li nn Altornllto nnd Hlond-puriuVr. Ajrs Sursnparlllii h Incomparably tbo bent. It ioWiM tboto (IKtiirbiuicpi hi tbo drculnlloti which uuno sleepless ncM, ghes inert astd i Utility, mid re store! tbo mnuui ostein to n healthful condition. IEev. T. O. A. Cote, ngent of tlio Mail. Homo MNiIomry Hwlity, write1 tint bh stomach wni out of order, Ms sleep cry often disturbed, nud soma Im purity of tlio Mootl manifest j but thnt n perfect euro wns obtained by tho tno of Ajcr'fl B.iraap.iriltn. J'rnlcrlrk W. Pratt, 421 AVnibtngton M recti IkMton, writes: "My daughter m prostrated with neroiiH clcMUty. Arr'fl SarsiparlllA restored ber to lienltli." WJlllam r. Honker, Trie, Pa, was cured of ncnnitsnesi and wlerplcssnoi by taking Ajcr'n Sarsapirllla for about two moutln, ilurlng which Hnio liU Weight increased o cr twenty pound. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, 1 nrr.iirn nv Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass. FolJ 1y nil Druggist,, frlcofl; tli lotlk,, 5. "We Cawnt Do It, Ye Know." Thero aro business house claim wonders, And Fay others hat o no sliow, 1th prices and bargains they offer so low, Lut the Don bio Combination, If you'll lead down below, "Cawnt do It, jo know." We'll Sny WRAPS. Ibis Is a good thing to offer, and especially at theso prices: Hot of Children's Coats, 3, 4 and C years, !1 iu. Lot 3;s Misses' Ilavelocks, from 4 to IS years, 8! 03 Lot 4-M MHses G retch ens, from 4 to 12 jeiirs, $.'.19 Ixt Coc Mtusp' Crotcbcns, black and cardi nal, boucle, with hood, 5171 Lot tj'to Misses' All wool Newmarkets, with hoodf, fit)1) Lot UT5 Misses' All wool Newmarkets, y 1th caj-c. Si w, Ijt aoo-1 aJloV Short Jackets, 31 00. Lot 3T6 Ladies' Ulack Koucto Jackets, with etrlped satin boodv, S- VK lAitC-IaOles' l'iincy Casslmcro Jackets, satin bond, S3'JI Lot 450-1 adies' NlffgcrHcad Tallor-mado Jackets, with liood, $1 IU Uner Miurt Jtieket up to 812, I-ot 120 Ijulles' roncfo Ncwmirkcts, 83 03. Lot TM Ladles' iila-"cao Cloth Nowmarkets, $4 49. Lot 075 I a lies' Scotch l'lald Newmarkets, ltbhood, av. lxt l.loo-LadlcV Novelty Plaid and Slrlpo Nowmarkcts, 80 M. I-ot 1,1.00 Ladles' Itusalan Circulars, deep fur trimming, J5UJ. Lotl,8oo-Ladlea'Fllk Ottoman Visile, Jet and thenlllo trimmed, S3 oo. Lot 3 cto Ladles' Beat Plush Coat, 40 luchoa long, SH 00. Prom this wo continue nway up In a. BLANKETS. 6 lb. firay Ulankots, 70o. lb dray lilankets, better quillty, 31.03. 11-4 Whir dray lilankets, S1.4J. 11-1 Gi rmon lilankets. Si 4 J, 10-4MbltoIlIankcts, Vso. 10-1 White Ulanketa, heirler, 00c. 10-1 V, bite lilankets, still heavier, $1 V, 10 I W l.lto HI inkctfl, etlll butter, 81 f-. 10-4 hlto blankets, btill better and heavier, 8- oo. ia-1 Whllo Dlankcts, Landsomo blanket, S-' go. 11 Mll-vool lilankets, 81 St. U 4 All ool Ulankots, 81 00. 1 1-1 1'uro Lamb' oul lilankets, SI 03. 11 1 Ucnulno California Ulanketa, $0 00. BED COMFORTS. Hod Comroit?, 43e, C9e, E9:, 0?c, $1.13, 81.13. 81.70. Two Great Drives in Ohoap Lace Curtains, 100 pairs of Ecru Laco Curtains, 3 yds lonff, ,5c per pair. l(u jairs of Ecru Laco Curtains, 3 yds Ions, OOo ptrialr, Thcfeo aro a special Job. DOUBLE COMBIUTIOI STORE 1241 and 1243 11th St. S. E, J. A. SHAFFIELD, SIP l'ODD. Avo. K. W. Ice Cream aijd Water Ices. Families supplied at 81 CO per Ration, Hotels and boarding housos aud entortaltt ments at reduced rates. Orders for Sunday delivered up to li m. FINANCIAL. B. K. PLAIN. W. B. HIBB3 B. K. PLAIN Si CO., D1I0SE113, Grain. Provisions and Stocks, "i OTB AND F STS. AND 1423 P ST., Wn.hlncton, II, U. City Ilofcronoos, COLUJIBIA NATIONAL BANE. Cblcago CorrospouUonts Mllmlno. Uodmaa & Co. Constant qnotatlons cf tho Chicago and Now York MiirkeL by spoclal wlro. CAMPBELL & CO.. Stook, Grata, Provision and Fatro leum HrokerBt ln33 TCNNA. AVE. (DpaLlri.) DIRECT WinE TO NKW TORS A CHICAGO BENT'S FURNISHINGS. KEEP'S SHIRTS, 427 SEVENTII STREET N. W. O. P. BURDETTB, HOLE AQENT. CE, Every Triday wc make a "sjiecial sale" of all Short Lengths, Odd Sizes, Broken Lots, Soiled Goods, etc., etc., offering them at great ly reduced or "remnant" prices, to cause their dis posal on that day. Friday is now the recognized shop ping day for "bargains." Unprecedented Remnant Bargains fman We propose to close out the following ends of lines Friday at a sacrifice. No such bargains in Napkins have ever been offered: 4 dor. Dorllo, vhtlo, from SI SO to 81.W. C! iJoz 74 Napkins, from S.'.M to SJ. 0 ttoz Napkin., from St T3 to St. 7 doz 7j Napkins, from 83 to SJ M. 10Mi doz Jj Napkins, from S7.S0 to S3. 05 doz 7i Red border Napkins, 80d0 to S3. 7 doz 54 Nfli kins, from 89 00 to S3, 1 doz 7. Napkins, from S3.&0 to S3. Customers should not fail to take advantage of this grand opportunity, as it is very seldom that such sta ple merchandise is offered below regular prices. (Second floor ) ON Sizes in Jerseys, We propose to have a thorough clearing out Fri day, viz.: 8 Dlack liouclo Jerseys, neatly mado, sizes a.', ai and as. ItcRuIar J rlco 51 53 "Ikmnont" jrlto Wo Oria Sizes in Gossamers. 15 Ladies1 Waterproof Gossamer. Iho list of three loti. perfect In every rosiwct, lengths Stand M Inches. 1 titular price S-JfvO "Kcinuani" rrlco , u.w (Third floor.) Oil Sizes in Boys' ciothine. 2 Hoys Brora Tlatil Kilt Suits, Blzos 3 ond i years Ifptrulnr rrlco $2.73 ' lcmnnnt"irl(o - $1,53 3 Boys l'luld Kilt Suits, slzos 3, 4 and 0 yrs. Itepiilar 1'Hco S7.&0 "Jtcmnant" ,rlco ,.83 33 CBoys All-wool Tlannol Shirt Waists, la Rray end 1mm n, Mzea 4, 5 and 0 yrs Itetrular rrlce ?2O0 "Kcmnant" rrlco ,,St.W tlhlrd floor.) Remnant Bargains in Shawls. I Dirk Garnet Shetland Wool Shawl, last of tho line ltccular prlco ,. .$300 "itunnant" price ?100 3 Crcain All wool Cashmere Shawls, allnhUy eolkd. JfORtilar prko $12.3 ' ltLinuaiii" price DJo (Third floor.) Oil Sizes in Hcwmarkets. 3 Ladies' Mcdium-wclcht Chcckcl Cloth Mcnmarkt't8tilzcti3J and 31, l.'rgular prlco $1000 "Jamuant" juko 83 5Q , Sizes in Jactcts. 11 ladles' Fallclffht Cloth Jackets, In light KorKujr and neat checks, ilzos 'li, 31, 3(J. Itcitulnr price ?5 03 ' Itoionaut" price ,..8 i W OM Sizes in GIotcs. Four lines of Gloves to be closed out Friday at greatly reduced or Remnant prices, simply because we have on ly one size left of the line, viz.: 0 pairs Ladles' 7-bat Mousquctalro Sac Jo Gltn e, In tan ehadoa, size thi unly. ItcRUlart'tlco 730 'ICLimiaut" price 'J3o 2 r-alrs Ladles' a but Chamois Skla Mous- fiuciairoiiloes,tjj. l'rpular prlco SI 00 'lemnant" price ;3o T pair Ladles 8 but Ulack Mousqaetalro Sueue Olota, fcl7oCij. liciailor price $1 CO "Ittiniiunl" prlco ,l.oo 1 pair Ladles' C but Suodo GIotcb, oinhrol durcd liaclc, tan nhudo, blo 0, jtcEuiar puce .. SJ.'J'J 'Ittmnant" pi Ice. .. 3I0U Cortalu Dept. "Rcmuants ' Unusual attractions for Friday odd lots, etc. M Opaque U lndow Shades, 3 yards loni, 33 inches wide. ltccular prlco $l "llemnant" plco. ..C0o SI Dado Window Shades, 3 yards lonff, 33 inches u Ido, coroplote, ready to han?, ItcRuIar price .,, 81.23 "Jit-tnnaut" price ;o 4 pairs Colored Jladras Laco Curtains, 3S jards lonff. ltccular price $0 "lEcmnaui" prko. . $,'.V) 2 pairs IXru Nottingham Laco Curtains, 3W yards lonjr. ltt'L'tilar iirlco HIM "lCtmnaut" price , 31 Wo will also oflVrn few 'sbort lemrths" of Cietonnes, Haw Silks, Curtain Madra-j, Col oi ed Canton I UnncU, cto , at low "remnant" price. (Fourth floor) Odd Sizes in Hosiery. We buy a line of Hose, sizes 6 to o; we sell all but a few of a size. We call these "remnants," and mark them down ior Friday's sale. 11 pairs ChllJron'd Ulack Military Hltbcd Cotton lloco, felzc 0 and 7. Ht'ftilar irlto 30 and Wo "IlLronatit" price S'jo (i pairs Ladies' Flno drado Unhlcachod Hal Lrlj&an iiimc, double licol aud too, biro 8. Itcuular t rlco 3lo "Jtcmnant" prloo ,....-. Mo 10 palrB Children's Heavy Itlbhod Cotton UobO, KOlId icarntit, TMi and o, Itfirtilar prlco 13o "ltcmiiaut" prlco i'3o 0 pairs ClilMrcn' f-eenandOno Illhbod Hose, vvhito act, sizes TH and 8. KtiOilar ptlco Sla "Jtcmnant" price l'Jo Other attractions in Fri day's Post, WOODWARD & LOTIIROP, Corn.r 11th and F Btroetsri, W. ipsar' A COIPLETE thd anc.vT Hisi'hAY or Fall Millinery and Cloaks for Ladies, Misses and Children Tbo Largest Assortment tinil Lowest Prices. We liavo added two now departments. Corsets and Hustles, wlitcu, In order to Introduce both lines, wo will sell less In price than sold else where. Coll nnd ascertain prices, and wo nro suro ot making a sale. Duo notice of our Tall Opening will Iio given. Head following List of Prices of Corsots and Bustles : CORSETS. I BUSTLES. Tho Celebrated P. D , SI . 10. Thompson' Talent Glovo-FIttlng Abdoml n a I. $t U7, Thompson's Pitcnt Glove fitting, all whale bone, sateen, SI 73, ThompBon'a Patent Glovo fitting Improved J XI. II, SI. 1 Thompnon's Coutllle, for young ladlos, 870, Thompson's MHsos, 43c. llcckcl's Celebrated West End, 00c. Atd other well known mates. CVrsct Clasps and Laces. ZKIZLsTG-'S PALACE, 814 Seventh Street Northwest. Smitli. Smith. The rush la on ns! Tho boom a- booming! Dargalns toll tho storyl Tho citizens roa llzo that a dollar saved is as good as made. Economy now Is tho word, and when you can savo 53 to S3 on a suit of clothing, tho crowds some. Wo most dlsnoso of oarlarco Block of MEN'S BOYS' AND ClIILDItnN'S CLOTHING. Wo know how to do It. Wo cut tho prices on tho best mado and trlmmcl Clothing, cut oqual to tho finest custom work. No uso to wait for tho Bcason to pass, we put tho kniro in and sell tho goods now, Como and eco onr goods and pr cos, Wo will suit you, and wo want your trado. Wo havo a word to Fay to tho Mechanics and Laboring Men, Knights of Labor and all others. It Is your advantago to deal t here yon can get tho best mado and trim mod goods for tho least money. You know many of yon work hard for your money, and you ought to got tho best clothing at tho lowest prices. Wo nro established hero for that purpose, and haie tho bet mado Baltimore and New York Clothing for you, and assure you that wo Will savo you all tho way from SI to S3 on your suit. Como and sco our goods and prlcos. Wo want your trado, and v 111 do bottcr by you than any houso lu tho city. SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, Tho Clothier, 924 7th St. The Clothier, 924 7th St. Between I end K streets, two doors below icopmsntca.i &AS STOYES Gas Bollors at $1.15 and Tea or 'CHlKBClirrffllJL !-Wlt''!MM!Mfw Forjlargo &nd email families. Jnst tho stove for summer nso. oa yoa oxtlnguUh;tho flra tho Instant tho cooking la dono. arox Balo t3r tlio Washington Gaslight Company 413 Tenth Street Northwest. gaiiAg ASSOETIBITT. Improved Lotta, No. M3 cents. Improved Lotta, No. 6. 10 cents. Improved Lotta, No. II, S3 cents. Improved Uom, 41 cents. Cortnne, No. 0, S3 cents. Corlnne, No. 1, 37 cents, for In no, No. 8, 43 cents. Climax, S3 cents. Also tho Itevcrslhlo, Clndorelti. fedora, Palsy and other well-known makes. The Clothier, 924 7th St. Burdetto'u largo Dry Goods IIouso. A iflll An artist by a few Blight touches covers tip defects even In a man's countenance. bo an artist In Clothing, by skillful cut ting and making, gives tone ond Chirac tcr to his goods. Are, wo think, tho nearest to Ono custom work that can bo fouud. Look at those- LONDON-MADE OVERCOATS, Lined all through with English silk Serge; compare them with our ouu mako, and decide which suits you host. E. EL Bamum & Co. 931 Penn. Ave. JOB, COOKIM! 81.50 for Instantly making Coffee. Smith II0TELO AMD nE8TAUHAMT8, ett:r,:e3:ki&., Formerly 1310 Feium. AveK, W. Samuil Onrio?t, - Tronrlotor. OYSTEI18 A BPKCIALTY, Oysters Meamed, Fried, Wow ml, Escallonod from the famous btdj ot Lynn llavon and iho Cne of York Ither nnd Cltosapoako Bay. Blue Points for plato, CMrao In sonsoQ. Lunches and Meals at all hours. TT WAKIIINOTON, D. O. O (1 fit&rles,tate ot Thousand Isl. Houio.rror. GJLBEY HOUSE, EUKOl'JCAN PLAN, Corner llrondway ami atlth Strreti NKW YOIIK CITY. JAMKS U. 11RKSLIN a XlltO. Troprhitors. ST. JAME3' nOIEL, BUROriCAN PLAH, Rlith Etreot ana I'emnylviinla avenue. DUl'ONT IIOUMi:, f iir, i;th au'l Corcoran sts. n, w l"orcn for (iicsts, wluro thoy can oh tain da llaliiful apartments, single nr en milto, fur nlnhcd or unfurnished; also tablo board; rates cry moderate. MUSIC nALL ADD RESTAURANT, (FormorlyAbncr's), c st., rinT. rrii and stii, Mcnls fcrrcd tubto-tf'linto nnd a li carlo. Tim hapomo uanclnc liall can bo roHtoct for balli, partH'R, etc. at nnr tlrao. Proprietor. j. n.iiunnnss. l. j. wooLtnN. BURGESS & CO., ttholcsaloandllelall ox"S,xiee XDoaoa? 423 lOlh St, N. W. (Kew Gas Ofllco.) Pclcct Oysters a Specialty, 10 cents a Plato. H viutis nnusi;, RUltorKN PLAN. Trom Julv 1 to October 1, Itoonnfrom SlQto fWier month. SOLftRI'S HOTEL and RESTAURANT, TENNA AVE t BKT. lim and 15tii stb. Washington, I. O, O. SOLAUI.rrorrlctor. Pino dinner parties a specialty. Headquarters Emiilro Club. THE EBBITT: WASHINGTON, D C." AHJIY & NAVY EEADQUAKTUBB, iuuu mux luiK Eiurcj Ti:BMS-t3.no ana II.OO or UT. CHAMPERLIN'S RESTAURAHT. FOR LADIK3 AND GENTLEMEN. fl Mil and H!S Fifteenth Mtrcct. A LADIES' ItESTAUHANT, Tbe ?Joit KxqulHlta Oclaln. la Waih- locton Arranccment, can bo made for Ileoep tiuni, ulon.r orTheatr, Parties. V7lnof, l.taaor. and Cordial, by tbe bottle orcase. JOI1N P. CnAMBKRLIM 17IIIST-OI.ASR NRALS Tor SSc. llell'a . International Dlnln? and Luncll Itooms, its Yn avo n w. Uoard and room?, SI and PI SO per day. TUKF E? Cor. Oth at. TUUF KXCIIANOt:, AND iVUICANT, auu en nve LA PIKItllK HOUSE. Corner 10th and K utii. n. w. 1- lrst-class accommodations for families and transient pucsts. La les: and Uents' Cafe attached. Iio osmnrtorato SUMMER RESORTS. i1 IlKAT FALLS 1IOTKL. dront y I till. Md. J. V. CAUltOLL. I ulU, Md. J. W. CAUHOLL. Proprlo- tor, l'.cimtlful nccnerv: flno bass Hulling DRY GOODS. W. D. CLAEK & CO., uctcsorto TI1UNNEL CLARE, 'DEALER IM FIRST-CLASS DRY GOODS, 811 Market Himce, renna. are., WASniKGTON, D. C. WM. R. RILEY, Corner Ninth and IS Streets Northwest! Is Closing Out All Kinds of DIRTST GOODS, AtVcryltcducod Kates. 321. 3.'JD&.VX.I3. Qlsck UroES Gcoiis, Knroldorias, Lacos and Trlmrnlnn3, 710 SJACLJ.T 3Vf.Ua WAHHIMITUH, D, a, CLOTHING. NOW IS THE TIME To buy your WINTER CLOTHING Ocntt'liults.raDclnR from SI toS10;Over roots fiomSlto j)iv JlenV workliis Panta, ), 81 v SI W and Si; Hoys' V ints, 70o, St to ?1 f0; I Joys' bulls, all woof, witli nhort nants, St. Saiul SO, worlli 810; IJoja Schoul Hats mid CR, 13, 21 and f.ic; MHsos' nnd Hoys' cwl tfioos. from 81 upward. Tho best 81 W hhoc In tho city, and our $i Shoos can't bo It at, at J. W. SELBY'S, 1911-1010 TENN. AVE. N. W. Importer and Tailor. KprlDff Goods, nil of the Latest Novel tti KngUrih, French and Scotch Salttuc", etc, Just ar.lTOd. lir, DAltlt rer&onally QtJ all Garments mado In our establishment. 1111 Fenna. Avenue. JSTEAMBOAJS. mO OIll:OLK ANI FUHT MONUOL, Tho 1 earner OEOHOK TIAItYwlll levo Tth tt wlmrf MONDAYS, WEUMD Y8 and lIUUAHatc top m. Ttc-turulns will loao Norfolk 'lUKbUAY, THUlt&UAY utid 8AT li It DAY at 4 p. in. txclunlvo oonnoctlon with lloston and llovldento Rtcamurs. Connect nl&o Willi nil other rail and btuamboat linos at Norfolk nnd Fort Monroo. Itooms and tickets at ml and 619 Ponusyl vaulauvcimound Knox's lixjiress. Co.) Punn Byhanla avenue, who will iheck biaeazu at hotels and prhato residences, LUAUY'fl TolcrhonoCall,7t5 3 lor oilier Information apply at otneo, Bov entti street wharf. M. V. WlitXTI, (superintendent and General Afoot, N()ltl4I,K AND FOKTlli:S9 SION-Jton.-Dallyllno to Norfolk, Rtopplns at Plney Point polug and roturnlna, rtoamois Lady of tho Lake aud Jano Jloseloy leave cuiy doy froin?th-st wharf at± excel lent iDcaw, 75o. btaterootns noeured and bam puco chucked at loio and 1331 Pa avo and on fat earner. Telephone call 01. M' OUKT VKltNONI , MOUNT VERN0HI stoamor W. W. conconAN LcaT&a 7tb St. Wharf dally (except Honday) fol At 10 o'clock a. m. t retnrntns, readies Waali limton about 1.90 p.m. RAILROADS. rimu uitKAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE To the North, IVent til flonthwest Doublt Ttnrt, SplrnttM fi'tntry, Stttt EalH. Jltffiiijlcent Kqulpmnt, Ik rrrtrr Mat 13, lit7. Trains hart Watfitntifcn fron btotlon, corner of ttxtfi and Ji itrectt, n fviloiMt: Porrittdbura and tho West, Chtoaso Llraltwt l.xprcBi f Pii laco blewplnff Cars at v w a m dailyi V&m I tnw. d fio n m daily to Cincinnati nd HI. LwiK th Hlvoplna tlirs from Uar lUbtirB to Cincinnati nnd Uiitfot Ciirhibt. "!Vil8il'iHllrl 0Xt,Pt baturday, to(hlcao, with blieilnjt Car Altoonn to Chloaco, Westrrn Kxpris at 8 10 p m dally, with blceiliiff Cars Washington to Chlcnm and Bt, If ulu. and (except Haturdays) Harris inrsto (iPTtland, ioiiiootln dally at lUr rtshurir with thronsh Meet cr for Lnutstiiia nnd MriEihls, Paclflo Ksprcis. 1000 m dally, for Pitlsbtirjr and the H'ot, with throuch bleniier HarrlhnrKto Chicago. UAfriMOKE A TOTOMAO ItAlLIttMU, For Kilo, canandalcua, Hocheaior, Bnffilo, MacnrR.lotKi p ra dnlly.exivpt Hatarday. with pftlate Curs Vahlnr.ton to Uochostcr. rorllllamnptrt,I)ck ll men and Blmlraat oja a m dally, cxcort Hundiiy ForNwork and tho Eut, T.W, 0 00, 11 CO nndlMOam, 00, 4 10. 10o0bii1 11 '.Opm. On Snndny. 0 OO, li io ft m, a t0, 4 to. lo 00 Vjiid tIJUnm. LlmltodF.xr.resxof Pullman ailorardUlnliiCors,OI) a tailallr. nx crit (iirdaT.Brid4irimdaliv, wlthPonn. ryhanln Uatlrond IMnlnirCiirs. Tor Uostou without cnan'e, a CO pmoTorr day. Forlirooklvn, N.Y..all through trains ooa met at Jcr-ey City with totsof lirooblrn Anuet, uflonllnji direct transfir to Pulton wrpct, nvoldlna doublo ferriage across Now ork city. For Philadelphia, 7.5ft, 9 CO, 11 00 and 11.40 a m. 8 0v,4 1P, 0O0.10 00andlli)pm. On bun day.ooo, l,i)nm.soo,4lo, 0( loooand 11 w) i m. Limited tbnii. Pallor and Din )nc tow, ti-io a m week days and 4 00pm dally, with Pennsylvania Kallroad Ulnliig. CuH. For lialllnwre, 0 S3, 7.23, 0 00, (nn, fl&o, um nid it 40 am,, lios, vroo, 4 00. 4 10, ISO, 4 40, GK 810, 10 CO and 11 20 p m. On Sunday. OfO,orft.g w, iMoa ro, a oo, 4 oo, 4.W. o oo, 8io lucoandiijwpm. ForPopo's creek Muo, r.8S a n and 110 pm daily, cxt'cpt Sunday, ror Antintjlis, 7.V3 and flOO a m. 13 0. 4 OT nd t vm i in dally, except Sunday, tjundays. HO am and 4 lopm. ALEXANDRIA AND FRETllEniCKSBmia HAII.WAY ANDALKYANDEilA AND WAH1UNQ10N 11AILHOAD. ForAIciandrln,CC0,c.4v 840. D.47,l0 67am, J0l noon, s 03, 4 a., 4A ooi, 8.03, 1003 and 11.17 pm. onlWlayat n oo. 8 40, 0.47. 10.37 am 5 w, ooi, e os and 10 1)5 pm. I'or Ptclijnnnd Hnd tho South, 0 00, 10 87 am dally and 4 33 p m daily, oxrept Sunday. Ti alns Icnro Alexandria for Wahlnjrtou. fl 01, 8 CO. O.id. to n. 11 07 a m, l.'A), 3 W, 3.!1, B 10, 7.05, 0 8J and lO.Up m nnd 1313 ruldnlKhf, exefrt Monday. On Sunday at 8.00,0.10 and 11.07 a m, , 6.10, 7.t5, 9 u. 10.4-1 p m nnd U 15 nlirht. 1 1ckcts and Iniorniatlon at the omco, north east conur of nth street and Pennsylvania AU'iiiic. nmlattho ntatlon, where ortfersojn boleftfurtho cliciklnit of baffcaRoio desti nation from hotots and tosldcncos. C1IAU. L:. PI till, J, it. WOOD, General Manager. U. r. A, BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. Schcdulo In effect July 25, I8S7, LeaTO Washington from station, corner of New Jersey a, euuo aud U street, Forthlcnco ami Norihwcot, oxnross dally 10 M a. 111, U40 n. m. 1 or Cincinnati and St. Louis, express dally 3.13 and D4iip. in. 1 or piitsburfc und Cleveland, oxpress dally 10Ma.rn ,HUp,m. For Lexington and Local Stations tllMO a. m, 1 or Philadelphia, No walk and Wllinl-utoo, 7 1-O a. in,, 1 25 11 nd 4 30 p. m Uully, oxpu-ss. I orlntcrmidlatc points betnetn lUlttrnoro andllillndclhla, tSa. m. and tl.33p m, lorblnccrly and iutci mediate points, fi.15 p m For IhiltlLEore, B, CM, fl.40. 7.10, 8 50,9.43 a. m.l.'io, 1.23,313 (ivinlnuto tr,ln),iI.TO, 4 SO, 4 M, 4 10, B 'A 0 13, 7 HO, 8 23 and 11 11 p. m. bmiiloiF, 0 3t,7ui, flii, 1)43 a. m , 1 as, 1110,8.110, i.60t 4 40, 3 30,0 43, S X and 11. JO p.m. 1 or Annapolis. 0.10 and 8 10 a m , 12 10 and 4 83 p. ir onbundajs. HTOa. in, 140p.m. I-eaNo Annnpolis 0 4J. 8'ioa m, 12 03, J.DO, 0 w p. in. btmdnys, 8 .W n. m , 1 10 p m. For tt ay btatlons between Washington and IhiltImort, R. (110, 8 30 a. tn , U 10, J 30, ) to. 043 and 1130 p.m. On uundays, 8 3Ju. m. lJ,a80,44O, 0.43 and II 80 p.m. lor Btatlonson tho Metropolitan Branoh, tC43o. m, 4 40 p. m, for principal station only: tiio lo n. m , t3 w and 8.03 p. m. on butular Mors at all stations. tor (JaltLtrnburg and Intermediate points, tot rm m., tu.aop. m.,ts.H3. I or Dord's and iatcrmcdlato stations, 11.20 D. m.flallT. C hurt h train leaves Wnh'ngton on Sunday onl ut 1 13 p. m , moppliiff at all stations ou MetroiHilltan Branch I or 1 redci Ick, 1 10.33 a. m , t3 30 p. m. Sun days. 1 15 p in. Jor Ile,enstown, tio 10 n ra.an 1 15 10 p.m. .Trains nrrho from Chicago dully C20a. m. and 4 W p. in.; from Cincinnati und Ht Louts, dully uso a.m. aud 1 13 p. in ; from Pittsburg daily 7.S0a m,4 vop. m. Item Philadelphia, thostfr and Wilming ton. 10 43 a in , 8.03, 8 and D JO p. m. dally and 1lWp.ni Jrnin Mngcrly and intermedlato points noithofBaillinore, lua m. daily, 1 rains lcavo Ualtimoro for Washington at 6 h, o .in, 7.:.o, d, n ro, 10 and lo w u. m , 1 2.15, 3 13. 3, 4 10, BC5, 0,0 JO, 7.43. 8 30 and It p m. On hundaj-n, (J.ai.0. 0M0a. m., 1.20, J.13, 4.io,6t3.oau.7.4-..8ionid Ho m. Ior points on bhcnanduau Valley Railroad) t3.l5 p m. tKxcoi t Sunday, I)ally, Bapgace called for nnd chcckcl at hotels and residences on orders left at ticket oiilcus, C19 nnd 1331 I'u. avo, W. M, CLEM KN f 8 C. K. LOUD, Manager, flcn. Piss. Agent. PIEDMONT AIR LINE, BCBEDULE IN EFFECT SEPT. 1, 1SS7. 8.30 a. m. East Tennessee mail dally for War ronton, Gordons vlllo, Charlottesville, Lynibburirand stations between Alexan dria nnd Lynchburg, Bristol. Itianoku, Kroxillo, Homo, Caleta, Moiwotiiery nnd New Orlcins. Pullman blccper W aehlrgton to Kew Orleans. 11:21 a tn. FaFtmall dally lor Warrcuton, Charlottesville, Gordousvlllo, stAtlona Chenupcako and Ohio route, Lynchburg, Becky Mount. Dam Hie and stations bo twetn Lynchburg end Danville, Greens hero, Bnltlffh, t harlot to. Atlauta, Blrm Inghiim, MontiroiUL'ry. New Orleans, 1 exit and California. Pullman tdoepor New "iotk to Atlanta. In connoctlon witiPnll ran bit cpoi s Atfantu to New Orleius, and Jlann boudoir elccptrs for Birmingham, lc(sbug aud Miiuveport. tiolll irnlrn Washington to Atlanta. Docs not connect for C, and O. route points JSundd) s. S.35 p m. dally, except Sunday, for Manassas filrasburir und Intermediate stations t Cuii nuts at hlMitoti with fc. V. lt.lt. for Lu r8y,&rrllT)g8pm, B.CO p. m Wettei n est rcss dally fur Warron ton, Gordons vi Ho, Chirlottosvllle, LjiiU Mile, Cincinnati and tmmmur re3ortMon and near lino of Chesnpeiko and Ohio route. Pullman bleepers aud solid trains Wathlrgton to LouUvllio; nlti) for I ynchburg, Bristol. Uintt inoogn, McrrihW, Llttit Itock and all Soutliw est cm i-olnts. Through Ptillmau slocpors V nshltiKloii to Mom, lib without tbange. 1 1 p.m. boutbern express dally for Lynohburjr Danville. Kaioigii,Ashlll, charlotte, Co lumbia, Alktn, Augusta Atlanta, lont pomcry.Ncw Orleans, roas and Callrorul t. Fullinan sleepers Washington to Mont (romiry, coittibctlng wltu Pullman parlor tars Montgomery to Now Orleans. Itill man slcci era Washlnjton to Augusta with out chuubo. TBA1NS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO DIV1MUM Iavo Washington 9.12 a ra. dally, excopt hutidpy, und 4 43 p ra. dully, urrltu Kound 1111111.37 u. in. and 7 10 p. in.; return ing, leave Bound 11111 0-03 a. ra.dallviind 1 A) p. m, dally, oxcopt tiuuday, arriving Wshir(iton8.Ma. m and 3.33 p. m. 'Ihrough trains Irom the South via Char lotte, Dunvillo and Lyndiburg arrive in Wa,i 'ngiou 8 10 a. ra. and fl&) n m j via East 'lun ncsccu. Bristol and Lynchburg, ut 10 15 a. m. and li 40 p in j v iu Chec upeake and Ohio routo and Cliurlottcsvllle, 0 10 p. m, btrasburg lot ut 9 17 a. m. Tickets, sleeping car reservation and fa formation furnished and ba.'gagu chockod at cfilco, ltiu Pennsylvania avenue, and at Pas conger htatlon, PuntiSYlvanla It. It , Klxth und B ttrccts. JAS. L. TAYLOU. General Passeusor Ageut, CHESAPEAKE & OHIO ROUTE. (Newport News and MtshUsIppi Valley Co.) bchodiilo in effect Juno 5, 1&7, Trains leave Union Depot, Sixth and B " 10 B7 A. M. For Nowport Nows, Old Point Comfort and Nnrtolk Dally except Bua day. AuivelnNorfolk 7 10p.m. 1121 A. 11 For Mrglnla Springs, station nn the Chesapcaku A. Olilu and oliit West. Dally except bundav observa tion car, CharlottosMllo to Clifton forr, Through l'ullmini BulTct uleoplnrf oirs, Clldon Forgo to iiulsvlile and bt, Ixrnlj. 5:ro P. M. lust Western oxtress daPy. Bolld train, with Tullman Buffet ileopliu curs to Louisville. Pullman iwrvlco to Cin cinnati, fit, Louis, Memphis und Now Oilcans, Ofhco, 613 rennsylv anla avonuo 11, VV. 1 Ul I'LilC, (len Van. Agont. sTAS-H-icGrlljL, DEALEB IN BTJILDINa BDPPLIE3, 908 to OH G street northwest, next National Blflea' Armory. Architectural Iron Work, Cement, Plaster Flru Brick, Flro Clay, Wall filate, Pafuts, oils Qlasa. etc r