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THE WASHINGTON OKIVIO, SATDKDAY EVENING, O0TOISJ2K 8, 1887.
WASHINGTON 0RIT10 CITT SPECIALS. llttiAhury rinno for Itcnt. Fifty upright and equs.ro grands for rent, ly the month or quitter, rents Applied on purchase. F. U . fcfaita, 1223 1'cnns) lvanla MCDUO. (3 child's suits arc neat, molcit, anl flrc6y. LUcmsn Uros ,cor. HevcntU and K Fnrnltnrr The plice to buy the larjjcst an I most complete line of Chamber, I'trlor, Library and Dlnlreroom sets, selected from the moat noted manufacturers In tbo country, lorilMlfin, workminship, finish ana price, we bare no equal. Tlie poo la must bo aeon to 1 o appreciated, so como and aeo us. I a tiro satiafactlon euarantcod la every cwo ho misrepresentation to effect sales. The Cooda are sold upon tbelr merits. Como and ace us. -So troublo to show goods, HtiEiTiunrn'fl, Odd Follow' Hall, 7th st. c vr. Entire. My fall line of Roods (s now complete au 1 embraces tbo lateat d eaten a In wall paper decorations and window shades, pictures of every class from tbc Qncat artM proof ctcb located engravings and paintings, to tbe lowest priced plcturea An Immense va iloty ot picture-frame mouldings. Wall paper huoR by flrst-chss workmen. Ro ctldlDC dono at lowest rates at CEiinoriV, 010 and 411 Seventh street. IS', U. -No wall papers at No 411, Moot! A frorwjth, Ko. 1S0S P atnot northwest, bavo all the novelties In raouMlngs for picture frames; also tbo lateat etchings, etc Keglldlne old frames a specialty. Olji stock of bo)s' suits was noter so large. Hscmau Uroa , cor. Seventh aud K. ltudden'it Furniture, rnrin't and Mom Ilnni-ie macs a spcclalt) of union mado goods. MotMofimtn should, therefore, when In need of anything In bis lino, giro ttlm acall Ills prices aro aa reasonable, bis terms as CBsy and bis goods at reliable as can be found elsewhere, llemember tbe place UunncVs, 030 KU Seventh street north est, Sign of the union made stoves. IlouHekecpcTH nml OtlicrM. Attcu t Ion 1 Smith's reliable Installment bouso, ollgl ily located ot 452 l'ennsylvanla avenue northwest, bna a full stock of heating and cook I Dg stoves, ranges, carpets, furniture, blankets, cooiforlern, parlor and dining rooms sets, etc. These goods are staple articles, and tbey are In demand and will be sold on rasy terms, by the week or month, on tbe Installment plan, to suit their customers. I- or rnrlor and Library Hulirn It will pay you to call at Brcltbarth's, Odd lellons' llall, Seventh street northwest. Tub $3 90 cblld'a suits aro a wonderful value at 1 lseman Ilros , cor Seventh an 1 h, y tilt Ilrcltlmrth'H 1'nrnltarp Hoao and czamlno tbe bed-room department. One of the best selected lines ot chamber suites In tbe city for stylo, quality, finish and price. A call Is solicited Ke member, Brcltbarth's, Odd Fellows' Hall, Sevontb street northwest. To the Ladles. Send your lace curtains to the Swiss Steam Laundry, 13JJ F street. For All Acne nuil Pal us uio Rheumatic Strengthening Porous Plas ter, lor sale by A, U Finney, the drug gist, corner Seventh and I streets north west, price IOC. LrrnooRirn Check Books made to order. Handsome designs. Kervaud, 1012 Penn sylvania avenue. VisiTtNO HRP3 neatly engraved from your plates at 75 ccnta per hundred. Ker vaud, 1012 Pennsylvania avenue. Child's Multff. Jl all wool suits are the best In town. Eli cm an Uroa t corner Seventh and K. It In IV ot Aecarv to buy every cow boos that cornea out, when you may have tbo privilege ot reading all you want at tbe low price- of $5 subscrip tion for an entlro year. Mr. J. L). Free, jr., No. 1343 F street northwest, has all the standard works and all the new books as soon as published. Call and subscribe. MorOGitAM8 and address dies stamped In colors at low figures. Kervand's, 1012 Pennsylvania avenuo. LlGUTMNa Rons, okctrlc work. J, 11. Kleuliao, 12U Pa. avo. It in tlm Kent, Ask for it, Schlltca Milwaukee Lager Boar, For sale by all leallng houses. For 1 nhhlnutim lreMCMl llccf go to John U Kelly, stalls 033, (iiO und G30 Centre Market, aud 200 and iiOi Northern Liberty, Corned beef a specialty, John' Aott tl nntl Hplciidldlj Fitted I p ter Haloon and ltetuuiaut. Ibis long established restaurant, eligibly located on tbo corner of Seventh and I) streets northwest, has been thoroughly ren ovated for the fall and winter acaon Its present proprietor has all tbo mcessary facilities to furnish oyaters In any style, especially steamed, at the lowest possible prlcie This establishment will make a specialty In serving eelect steamed at no extra charge Meals and hot and cold lunches always ready to sen o. Tho tlnpst bran J a of liquors only dealt In; also, excellent cigars Prompt rervlce and courteous treatment to all who may favor tbU popular restaurant with their patroDBgo. W II. II mi mi ton A Co, 1411 ' Mtroft Aortlient, have reclved tbelr new line or Furntturo Carpets, Upholaterlng Goods and Wall Paper for fall Furniture upholstered. Splendid assortment at lowest prices. lrliik IMill. Iimt lire ins Com linnj'M Jlllwunkee lleor, tbe acknowledged Ueer of tbe District For trade-mark (which appears on every bottle), sco Sunday papers Retailed by dealers generally and wholesale only by F. D, liar per, 703 and 705 North Capitol street. LiGQTSitto Rous repaired. Speaking tubes. J. 11. Kieuuno, Ul2ia. ave. Can n mere llotuiant iVrfiirao la unexcelled In exquisite combination of delicate odors. Colgate A, Co. aro tbe largest perfumers "A,lnrn-t Oalry genu," Freeh Alderney butter, churned every morning and delivered la 1 lb "Ward' priDLa, uc per id. aiso cotiage cueese. buttermilk and sweet milk, 6c. per qt. Cream, 15. per pt Marriage J.lrenMPM J. W. Kidder and Lulu O. Roberta, Win II. Francis and Lllen llolmss, Wm S, droves of Charles County, Md , and Mary C Cot, city; John Weldon and Janle Fletcher; Samuel Ablott and Mary Stewart, lobn Uranlnger, cltv, and Louisa M, I avlgne, Troy, N. Y.; Robert (Joggles and Kllza Enolet; Alfred B. UayJla, lilrfai County, Ya , and Maggie Kerry, Brooklyn, N. V., Matthew I Pope, r, aud Mary K Craig; David (1 Cleveland and Mrs tfir.b Albert, Dablat Thompson and Mary E Day, Mlllam F, Urauod and Maggie Matthew, Sidney Cleurmonaand VaithaThnmas Nel son P. Fletcher and llen N Thompson, Coldwater, MJcb ; Emanuel Peteraeu and Mary F. tt Miami 'Fools HuhIi In W here Anet h Fear to Tread " Bo Impetuous youth Is often given to folly and Indiscretions, and, as a remit, nervous, mental, and organic debility fol Jow, memory Is Impaired, self confl leoco la lacking; at night bad dreams occur, prema ture old age teems setting In, ruin la In tbo track. la confidence, you can, and should write to Dr. It. V. Pierce, of UuHaIo, N Y , the author of a treatlee for tbe be net t ot that clan of patients, and describe your symptoms and tufferloga He can cure you at your home, and will send you full par ticulars by mall, UHgbtwood Kaus, Monday, Oct, 10, J p. m. thi: nunu.Asii uluii. One or It nMiiBtoti'M drealent NpoiN .Supplied nt Ijimt. With all Its local and suburbtn at true tlona, Washington has hitherto lacked one feature which ha lent a charm to all other cities In tbo Union blto tho envl rons ot Washington possess natural teiu tits that will compare favorably with IIiosb of any other city, up to tho present time no one has seemed to think It necessary tu I rovMo any objective point of Interest, no placo MLcre ladles and gentlemen may rest, after au afternoon or evening drive, and enjoy n well cooked, elaborate illuucr, or rcubirche lunch, freo from such dli grccablo associations ns surround public rcfOrta that arn enpn fn nrnntMiilv. Mr. John F Wuggaman, tho well known real estate broker of this city, fully reull lug this defect, has long seuu tbo ncccMlty for Just such a resort, and at last secure! Just tbc locality Ust alAptul to tbo pur pose, U Itli characteristic enterprise ho h n taken steps that will placo within thu nsLh of tbo public an attractive spt, nbi re, surrounded by charms which nature baa lavishly bt stowed, bo bai erected a paclous, well appointed mansion boute, (and caused to ba Instituted a club, already composed, ind ahvajs to be composed, ot tcnllemcn among the most respectable In the city), where all thocomfurta nnlluiu rles usually furnished at elmtlar resorts In metropolitan centres may bo enjoyed by Its members No moro lovely spot coutd have boon chosen than "Tbo Highlands," eltiiatelbut about four and a half miles from Washing ton on tbo main line of tho Ualtlmors and Ohio railroad, accessible by rail In about tcu minutes from tbo station In this city, or by carrlagoovtr the llladeusburg roal Of course "lholllghlands" may bo reached by moro circuitous and very lovely drive ways, through tho grounds of tlm Soldiers' Homo and by Ilncoln avenuo or North Cap Itol street, la Olcnwood Ul meter , and on past lirooka Station, and by teveral other 1 leasant routes 1 bo situation Is all that cout 1 bo desire 1 I It la high, well shaded by oak grovcf, Is thoroughly drained and commands a most Lharuilng view of the surroundlngcountry for miles around The club-house, erected at a cost of $15 0(10, contains twenty rooms, Is luxuriously furnished and well appoint ed, Is lighted by gas and heated by steam, There la water ou eh floor, bowling al leys nearby; the etrcets approaching It bavo been graded aul graveled, tbcra la ample stabling for horses and tbo grounds composing the Hlghlan Is occupy about bO acres 'ihe Highland Country Club, recently In stituted, has been organized, and Mr. L (1. Hlno elected president, Mr C C. Duncan son treasurer, and Mr. , T. Carpenter secretary. Such a club and such a resort are good things fur asblngton, and It Is In contem plation by tbo management toalmltsucb persons, as may bo recommended fur the privilege, to a share In tbocnjojmeototthe place, on payment of an annual assessment of, say, $. Gentlemen availing themselves of tbo privilege will bo able to visit the club-house with their families and enjoy all its advantages; committees (civic, legisla tive, or otherwise), may hold meetings or consultations there, and over their wlno and walnuts may transact tbelr business freo from Interruption and surrounded by every luxury. It will be, In a eoosa, a co operative country house, and cannot fall to be popular, It Is In contemplation to place u lady In charge, thus making It very pleasant for ladles and children who may desire to pass a day, or a portion of a day, at this healthful and delightful retreat while awaiting tho presence of their husbands and fathers at dinner, at tho conclusion of tbo business of tbe latter In tbo city. It will also afford an opportunity, which his never before existed, for Washlogtonlana to entertain tbelr guests most sumptuously at. tbo close of a drive through tho city and Its surroundings. This Is a matter In which every rest lent Is, or ought to be, Interested. The club will unquestionably have a prosperous future, and Its patrons will be sure to enjoy a de lightful connection with It. Of course the club will bo maintained ou tho highest standard of excellence, and will be second to none In tbo country In Its appointments and management It will bo an Institution ot which Washington will be proud, and Mr. Waggaman deserves tbo thanks ot tho community for tbe enterprise bo has dis played In providing tor a long needed waut. At a recent meeting of the Highland Club the property was purchased, and It was voted to issue stock, wbleh may now be secured at $100 per share. Already sev era! ot tho "solid men" of the city bvo subscribed (for as an Investment tho enter prise cannot fall to be profitable), and an opportunity Is afforded auy who desire to become Identified with the development ot this delightful tract to do so by tailing at Mr. Woggaman's office, Nos HWJ and 1003 F street northwest. CITY NEWS PARAGRAPHS. A committee from the Potomac lloat Club with William M. Oillej, chairman, has been appointed to secure suitable club rooms for tbo winter. The grand Jury bus dlsmWeltno charge of murder against Henry K Uurgoss, who shot James Rurnett on July 27 A clear case of self defense was proved. Tbo National Republican Club bell a meeting last nUht for tho transaction ot re utlno business. Ill auk applications were given to tho members for distribution among tbelr friends. faeveral new membcra were put on tho active lut by the Merchants' RlUes last night Among the honorary members elected wero ex Governor Shepherd and SenorDonJ, A Ollrarla, Venezuelan Min ister. Judge Cox of the criminal court, ruled Intbecaeo of Edmund Uarbtr jeeterdaj, that when appellanta full to appour at the lime appointed, tho trial mayjrocecl und tbelr recognizances ba forfeited. It has b,eu a common practice for appellants to staj away, and tho bearing would be postponed. South WuHiiltifiton, Ofllcer Walsh mido twelve arrests for keeping unlicensed dogs yestcrdaj. William T. Smltbt a colored mm, was arrested by Ofllcer Work for Indecent ox peeure yesterday. Illlam C. Coster' a colored messenger In tbo War Department, attemptel to commit aulclde this morning by Jumping Into tbe river at tbe foot of fourteenth street, but was prevented by bis brother, who bad been watching him for some time past on account ot bis strange actions. ISnat WailtlngtuD. Mrs Margaret O. Realty, the mother ot Dr. U. W. Realty, died at her residence. 17 Seventh street southeast, yesterday, from a month's Illness of mutarlal fever Mrs Reatty was born In Pennsylvania sixty nine ytaraogo Her remains will be takeuto Milan, culllvau County, Mo , for Interment Tbe tug Fortune has left tbe Navy Yard for Roatou. Paator Edmond IlezSwem will baptlzti Sucdevnlcbt and preach on "Passe 1 Pe pie," In the Second RptUt Church, 1 ourtb treet and Ylrglula avenue, southeast n K. Summers of 10 U Fourth street southeast m-t with a frlgbtrut ucclkut )ettrdsy while at uork on tbe attuui sand dlgglrg machine ot Mr Lord, at Crouey Iblatd, opposite Glymont Mr bummere wvs tbe truglneer, and a heuty lino attache 1 toibu machinery caugbt him uul after uraily dashing his hraloaout throw blui Into tbe river He was put on a tugbat after ncelvlug me Heal atteuinncr, but ho dlid flftteii rntdutee later Ibe d'cejstd waaau Industrious man, and leaves a wlfo aid live small ihlMren Ihe U S FMj Corum lesion cteamer Flah Hawk Is at thu Nay Yar 1 Llvil Fnclneer Mi nnrol will leave on Monday forNewmk N J , to lopect tbu I tie driving maebluerj to boused ! the construction ( f the ,w lx Inch guu stiop at tbo:av)-Vaid Plana and ecRIcitlons f r nlalng thn roof tjf tbo anchor shop at thi Navy I art fix fttt lilitbet than I' present clcvttlou are bell g I repared Ibe wttrk will ba d me bysccllons, and will probibly take bouih time. Aramlnta Locker, a dusky East Wu Ington beauty, Mas lockel up at thn Hfth Precinct Station lust nlgnt shy ODlcers Pearson and Saniord as a ausplcluuit character Ibe workmen engaged In digging the foundation of tbe now urlnancu tmnlry at tbo Navy Yard narrowly escaped Injury yesterday. Several of ibem hid J ml c.Me 1 operations on a batik of eartti, when It caved In with a terrible crah The auouot of dirt that gate way is estimated at several tons. OUR HID H Pall and Winter STYLES Q asp FABRIOU will occun Monday, October 10, Tuesday, October 11, Wednesday, October 12 With our greatly enlarged quarters, increased facilities and immense stock, we are better prepared than ever before to meet the demands of our customers andthepub lie, and it is with a feeling of pride that we invite them to visit us on this, the occa sion of our second "Grand Opening" since occupying our new building. The following depart ments will exhibit new goods, selected with special refer ence to meeting the taste and requirements ol our trade, the goods in many instances being confined ex clusively to us for this city: DRESS FABRICS, SILKS, VELVETS, BLACK GOODS. BRAID TRIMMINGS, BEADED TRIMMINGS LACES, JACKETS, WRAPS, LADIES' SUITS, MISSES' SUITS, CHILDREN'S SUITS, INFANTS' GOODS, BOYS' CLOTHING, CURTAINS, CURTAIN MATERIALS, UPHOLSTERIES, BLANKETS, COMPORTS, INENS, HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, &c, &c , &c. Mr. White will display an elegant line of recently Im ported Cloths, for Jackets, Tailor-made Costumes, Rid ing Habits, etc. Attention is called to our handsome window display; dressed especially for this occasion. They are fitting representatives of the excel lent stock within. "Opening Uargains" will be offered in each and every department. WOODWARD & IiQTHBOF, Corner 11th and F atraau N. W. The Point. This week wo como tt the point at once, and what wo aro going to stick boforo yon nru Kcmtmots and Itomnantsonly, Tott must not think boentno wolmvo ho n qtitct for ths last tlircowocksttint w lavo h-'oi noglcct Jriff tills lino. Wo aro offering soma Ug llilogi and iant tlio buyers to Judjw How Cheap Thoy Aro. Myardwtdo t'nUcneltcd Cotton, 3M A m litidtd tiling for lining, which coat 60 from WiU 1 icio iioinrh wldo Unbleached Cotton, very luavy, Co, SO Inr h Remilno Bn lulit Anchor, nnhloachod, To Tlipro In mi hotter rot tun lu tho market. Conttt 100 n yard from tho 1 loco. Heavy Wenched Cult on, warranted without drcwlnir or limn, c-Wo. Tar better than any Iki cotton In tho murkct. C-tnth wllo acnnlno Now Vork Mills IUendiul Cotton, Tiifi Tho uniform prlco from tlioilcco UXo, FIno sheer I'lntd Mttilln, larco and small pi aid bJHa Could not get enough during tbo mmmtr to sell for UMo. Heavy Taney Ticking, 81 Inchos wl lo, 80, Hxtrn Tntllcd Taney Ticking, 80 inchos wide, lt9ic AmotkcapD H Unbleachel Canton Tlin nel,ujo, 'ihla Is somt thing no other bouso ban, Amoakcng Apron Gingham, two yard pieces, per piece, Ho. ibis 14 uuotber goud thing Heavy Gray Tlannel for skirts or lining, like. Holld colored, plinth effect Con ton Flannel, 1SHic; orange, old gold, black, na y and light blue Heavy Crctonno, for furniture covering, SflhO. Doullo width Century Cloth,6JCo. ThUls a heavy wash ful rlo. Heat quality havy Wuo Trlnts, 4Jo 1 Cbtquillty Dress I rlnts, 4o. 10-4IIeavy Ulcaobod fchcotlng, full wllth, lec. 10-4 Unbleached Sheeting, full width, 11c. 10-1 (limilno Weuhed Sheeting, 'Toquot" branrl,i."o Double width Dcbclco, fjjo. Tlioso guoda aro cui from tbo 1 leco ut 13o. Pouble-wldlli Cashmero, In light, medium andilarkbrown.lv? rblsla thu AtUntloF brand and sells at ."Vo. Double width Debolco, full vard wide, I3o. Tbls brand cut from tho piece U 43c. Black 1 1 air line Goods doubto width, Ke Tticfo are elegant goods for mourning, and thu actual value Is JTftc. All-wool Dcbclgo full yard wldo. In grays and dark browns. Sic. Libs than bait prlco Doubto width Ladles (loth, full SI Inchon, )0c, In black, brown, gray aud navy, ranging from' to 7-yard pleccH, and every liber war runted Qno wool, something wo bavo not had this ten son. Miort end Cafslmcro, for rncu'it and boya wcar,4Pp We ha la lot florao time ago, but It went llko hot shot. Jnst figure up and fco what a great savins thero la between our lino of Remnants and Regular Goods from tbo piece. DOUBLE COMBINATION STORE 1241 and 1243 11th St. S. E, ARTHUR BURT &. CO., (EJwln C. Hurt A Co , lew lork) 1211 T STREET II. W. Cnv of the Makers. Wo cannot yet advortlso that our Tall Mock Is com 1 lete, and tbo largos t on earth, for only part of It has arrlvod. That part, however, la larger than tbo entire Btock of many dealers. All or our regu lar st aplo goods, goods sea sonable now, ato hero, and only Bomo now and oxclu nlvo Etjloa remain yet In tho factory, U$n theso anho they will bo duly adiertl'cd. imi.n tr w n tr Jl II tr nunn it n nu it mi initu rrrTi'" Ris limns uuu it fiSSS It II OUO rKKTi hSSS k an no ok h a H I HO OK H BSS3 IIIIIIIIO OVKIB bSSI Hit IK) OK H fl bit 1IU OK R H hsss u it ooo urcrcu bss roit LADIES, GENTLEMEN AND CHILDREN. ARTHUR BURT & CO., 1211 FBT. N. V, DEXTER STEAM LAUNDRY, 490 O Street N. W., COllNEIC BITII bV. Ko Extra Charge for Quick tt ork PHOTO- ENGRAVING. llavlog rocoDtlT fitted op a Photo-Engraving Establishment, In connection with my rATINT PROCESS I am prepared to f arnl.h ILLDSTKATIONS AT NBW YOlttt PKICKS VaotoeraDtilnr oo Wood for tbo Trade Maurioe Jo-v"oe, us sutvmrru utuest, n. w. KSMOr'S JLJLi ITT lillinery and Cloaks SIiodM not neglect lo coll Ut KIKU'S TALACE, wbcro rou will Dnl tlio Llroit and Cliolco.t AMortmcnt of Qnnnolp Uiinnrp Tino Dihnnno Plnolioo llaluolo PnrAalo if UUIIIIDlOf IIIIIW, IIUO UIUUUIIO, IIUOIIGOJ ICIICUt UUIiDU And Other Articles CLOAKS. CLOAKS. CLOAKS. Wo have on hand ?50 000 worth ot Ladles', Mlssos and Children's Cloaks, Btyloa of onr own Importation and designs, at remarkably low prices. Have your money by buying .a.o: lEOIILsrGPS PALACE, 814 Seventh Streot Northwest. I Copyrighted,! IE. IB. BeirrLiaim. &a Go., 931 Pennsylvania Avenue. GAS STOTES JOE COOKIM! Gas Boilors at SI. 15 and Tea or GAS COOKERS rorjargo and email families. Jnst the Move tor snmmor use, as you oxtlngalshJthQ Are tbo instant tbe cooking ts dono Uroi? Solo TD3T tUxo Washington Gaslight Company 413 Tenth Street Northwest. BREWERIES. Association. AMERICA'S LARGEST BREWERY, Brewing Capacity Der Annntn, BOO,000 Barrels. OFFICE AND DEroT-Comer Flnt trwt and Vlrelnla avenae. FRANK 80IIWAKZ, Agent. FINANCIAL. 0. K. FLAIN. Mr, B. HIBB3 B, K. PLAIN & CO,, wtoKitita, Grain, Provisions and Slocks, UTIJ AND P STS AND 1422 F ST., Wellington, u. O. City Itofcrencea, COLDSIBIA NATIONAL BANK. Chicago correspondents MUmlae, Bodmaa Jl LO. Constant qnotatlons of the Chicago and New I ork Markets by special wire. CAMPBELL & CO.. Btook, Grain, Provision and Petro leum Brokers, 1885 rEHKA. ATI. (Upstairs.) DISZCT WTBB TO NIW TOSK OmOAQO EAStA ISTHimD OB1 In the Taney Line. "Tho raco by vigor, not by vaunts, Is won." fore. ViO think wo havo reached tho top for this season In tho stylo and character of our Suits and Overcoats. NextBeasonwe will try to climb a higher leak, for wo are not content unloss our goods Bbow an Improvement oaoh season, but wo mean to bo at tho top all tho time. Very BtTllab now SUITS from $13.50 up, (Not old styles marked down.) Ml Overcoats, Krom $10 up Don't forgot that wo havo the only now London-Made Overcoats In Washington. $1.50 for instantly making Coffee. PAWNBROKERS. LASKEY'S Loai Office, No. 361 Pennsylvania Ave, N, W,, WASniNaTON.D.C. Money Loaned on Gold ondSUyor Watches, Ulatccnds, Jewolry, Pistols. Gons, Heohanloal Tools, Ladles and (lentlemea s wearlug Ap parel. Inredecmed pledgos for sale. OI.II Ulll.ls HlIiVKIt HOUHIIT. J. A. SHAFFIELD, Sl l'euu. Are. N. W. Ice Cream and Water Ices. Families snppHod at $1 fiO per (tallon Hotels and botrdlnjr hoasen and entertain mente at rnluood ratoa. Urderti for buuday dellvoiwl up to 13 m. BESTjfeTRlCT. HOTELS AND RESTAURANT EUREKA, Formerly OLD O-X-eTMH EJ.-3T lain Iennn.Av.N. W. BiKCiL OnuiwiN. Proprietor. OYhTLHS A sritnALTy, OyBtcraBlcatnod, Pried, LStonwl( cultomtd from tliu fntTKiuti l)tds ot Lynn Hi von and lii-a i oven of York Hirer and ChonApoake Hay. Wne Points for pinto Oamoln nenion Luntl on and Moalu at all hour-i WT tt,J.AU1i IIOTFL, Vy WA8U1N(JTUN. V. O O tl btaplos.lfttfl of Ihousand Jsl. IIunsti,Frop. GILB13Y HOUHE, Elinoi'JUN TLAN, Horner Ilroadw7 nntl 90th Rtraet, NEW YORK CITY. JAMES If. IlKIUtMH A IlltU, PjroprWnra ST. JAMES HOinis, EUltOl'KAN FLAN, With streot ana Ponnnrlvanla areaaa. L. oonofinY. rroprtetor. Dui'ont i!firjr, f or. ITth nn 1 Con oran sH n. w , Isniien forRiicstn wltoro thoy can oMln do llslitfiit niarttnonts slnzlo or en pulto, fur nlntied or unfurnluhcd: nNu taMo board: rattH very in wle rate, MUSIC HALL ADD HESTADH4HT, (Formerly Abncr's), B ST , I1ET. TTH AND 8TIT. Mrals served tablo it lioto and a la carlo. Tbo handsome dancing hall can bo rooted for balls, panics, etc. at any time HIHlIRarTjfiL.'N HDHL, Proprietor. J. Jl. JtUKORSS L. J. WOOLLEN. BURGESS & CO., W holesalo and Iletall 0"5TS'XrER BHPOT 4S3 10th St. K. W, (Near Gas OIlco ) belcct Orstcra a Specialty, 10 cents a Plato. H AJtKIH IIOURF. EUltOrEAN TLAN. Trom July 1 to October 1. Itooms from IIP to STJ per month SOLARI'S HOTEL and RESTAURANT, TENNA AVE . DET. 14m and 13tii btb. Wauliliifjton, n O. C. SOLA III, Proiirletor, Fine dinner t artlcs a spc laity. Ueadqnartors Kmplro Club THE EBBITT: WASHINGTON, D O ABMY & HAVY HEADQUAHTBRS rocu mot nuK escai'lh TERMS-iB OO anil (4.00 per UJ. CIIAMBERLIH'S RESTAURANT. roit LADIES AND aUNTLSMEK. Ml (tlta and HZS Filter nth Mtroct. A LADIES' KE.STAUHANT, The most Kiqnlslte Oolslne la Wash ington. Arraoeomonrs can be made for Itecep tlons, Dinner or Theatre l'nrtlee. Wines. Llqnora and Cordials bf tbe bottlo or oase JOHN P. CnAMBKRUM FIlIST-CI-ABSMKAIJfror23c. Hell's International Dlnlnir and Lunoa Hoonis. 849 ra are nvr. Doard and rooms. II and 1 60 per da7. TDItF EXCIIANOU, AND UESTAUIIANT, Cor. uth st. and l'H. t. SAM'S LA l'lEIlltE UOirSE, Corner lOthandK sts. n. w. First-class accommodations for famlLcfl and translont guest I at les and Uenta' Cafo attacbod. lta.es moderate. SUMMER RESORTS. Gltl'AT FALLS IIOTKt., Ormt 1-alls, Md. J. W. CAltROLL, Proprie tor, lleautlfnl sconcryt Qno bass fishing. pRYBOODS. W. D. CLARES & CO., Successor to TRUNNEL & CLARK, 'CEAtxn in FIRST-CLASS DRY GOODS, 811 Market Space, Pennu. avo.. WASHINGTON. D. C. WM. R. RILEY, Corner Ninth and K Streets Northwest. Is Closing Out All Kinds of DRY GOODS, At cry Reduced Rates. El. C3-. X3.1TIS. Slack Dross Goods, Emtiroliierles, Laces ant) Trimmings. 710 HAnXET BF1C1X WlEllIHIlTdN, 11, o, CLOTHINU NOW IS THE TIME To buy your WINTER CLOTHING dents Suits ranclns from Jl to $10, Orer coutrt from 81 to Zl Men'a Uorkluc IuU, $i,sr-;iLoana ?-', uo?s' runts, tso, si to ?1 W), Hoys hulls allvool, wllh short pants, SI tland SO. worth 10, Uoj-t,' Hclioul lints ut d Lnpft, 15 S3 and MJo, Mbuoa' anl Iljys' Htlimi) htioes, from fl upward llio bost 81 W hhocs Id tbo city, and our ti blioo oia't bo bcut, at J. W. SELBY'S, 11)11-1010 I'ENN. AVE N. W. H. ID. SAJEVR, .Importer and Tailor. Spring Goods, all of the Latest Novel tlett nglUh, French und Scotch Sultlnc. etc.. Just arrived. Mr. DARR porBonally flte all garments made la oar cutabltfibment. 1111 Penna. Avenue, JBTXAMBOATH rpO NORFOLK AMD VOKT MONK01S. ilia steamer OKOROK IFAUV will loavo ;thfltvhiurM(NDtttJ.UKUNJvHms and KHlDASatAlOp tu. Kfturnlng will ltuvo Norfolk TUKSHAV, TIIUUSUAY and HK.V lllllt AY at 4 ji m Kxclualvo conucc tlou wlib ltDBton and lYovldcnto stemncrs. Connect alsowltlt all other rail aud steamboat lluos at Nirfolk and 1 ort Monroo Rooma and tlckotH at Inland C19 rcnnayl vanla avenuo and Knox's Exvross, Co3 l'ona syUanlaatcDUo, wlio will clieck ImtriraKO nt hot els and rrhato residences, UiAHYS UeUibonoCall.;i53 For other Information apply at otllco. Sot cntU Btrett wharf MM, V WKLC'll, (superintendent and General Aicnt. NOlt I OLK ANI1 VOItTHKSS MON-ltoK-Uallyllno to Norfolk, stoiiiilng at rintv 1'olnt polug and returnlntf bteumers Lady or tho I-ake aud .Tana Mosoloy leave evciy day from Tthst wlarf at 5 pm, excel lent niouls, T5o. btatcrooms KoouroJ und bail Kajto chocked at 1015 and 1351 l'a avo aud on bttamor. lelephouocall 04. M1 OUWT VKKNONI MOUNT vuiiNiir, l MOUNT VBItNOS' Btoamer W. W. COItOORAN LeaTCs7tbst Wharf daily (exoent Bandar) fol MOUNT VKIINON; At 10 o'clock a. m. : retnralnx, roaobes Waab Uatoo about I JO p. n. RAILROADS. riuiB mtrcAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE Tntlm Nnrtlli Went niid fimthwent. Dwtlilt 'I racl. PpUwlld lrtttrv Bifl Jtrilli, Miynlfinnt Kqutprnent In Rrrctnr Mai 10, IsS? Traintltare WanttlnutoH ftin Ulnlot, cttrvt of birth arii U (rttt,at fitfhwt For nttsturir and 11m West, C)i1oao Uoiltwl Kxiresrinf i Blnce wkotilna; Car ntOMHin dallit lastLliiu.0 Main dally toCLnclnnrUl endbt Lou i wlthIcfl(1nKr9 iromUar rlsbnnttoLlnclnnitl nml llnffot (ir to Kt 1mls, ilBily. except Baiurdajr, tothfeaao, with Mi ei In Car Altoona to Chtonra. Weitcni hxpriM sit 8 10 p m dniir. with fctlecilnir Cars Wmlilnjrtmi to Uhlcairo and M. Lotiln, nml (exwrt HBtuMiivs) Harris I urn to llfTiiHiKl, cmaouilnii dally at (( it'lutewltlillrcnahMetiiB for Loutirlite and Mont Mi lacttlo Fxpro-is, to uj n m tlullr, for rittLurn and tbt- mu with throuirh Mcnppr Hnrr1hnr(tn Thloajo, UALTJMUIiR A llTIUMAtl KaII.KUaD For I-rlo, Connndulcuft, Hochistcr, Ilnflalo, Mairaro, 10 on p m daily, except Hitnrday. wit h )'rilara ( nrs ftuhlngton to lloi hunter tor W lllliim-wrt. IuH Haven find Rlmlm el S no a tu dallj, txcoi t Hutiday ForNcwork and thn En, TiVV. VW, IIUO and ii 10 a m 9 no 4 10, id ( ami 11 p m fin bunday, noo 4) am, 200, 4 19, 1000 onrtllJOpm limited Kr promt of 1'nllnwii arlorard UlnlniCHrs,t40 a mdiHf x trit fj'iday and i inuntadallr. with I-ann sjnnnla lhil)roal Dlnlntc Curs. For Hi f ton wltliout cLmnne, 400 p in ovnrr day Foriirooklrn, N T.all tnron(tn tmlns aw ncctat Jrrhcy City with bouts of Brooklyn Annex, ntTrnlltir dlnxt trnnpfcr to Fulton stn tt. ovol llnff flouhlo fwhure across Naw l:rk nty For IhlladelthU. !.!., va. 11 uOHQdll 40 a tu, 8 00,4 10, coo lo on and fl jo pm On Htm dar.DW, li 401m. 2 00, 4 10, noo loooand ll-Wpm Llmliwl JJiprops Tnrlorand Din lit (urs, Nn a rn wtik day and 4(Opro dally, with lonnsylruuli Itallroad lUnliiff. Crs. ror Haltlmoro,flSB, 7M, On), vw, 6tt, lira Mid 11 40 am., l.H'2tO,4) 4 1), I JO, 4 10, f, 8 IC Wl and II uo p tn t)n isundav, 0C0 OCL0SM14UA m, 2 00, 4 W, 4 10. 6 W, Bio In uo and lU"0pm For 1(ji os Citok I Inc. 7 S3 am and 4 40 pm ilailj, cxuithundny. For Annapolis, 7C5 tnt DPO a n, 1J03, 4J0 and it ( t J id daily, oxcopt un lay, Hundavs, 8(0 a ir andl lOpra ALKXNIimA AMU FltHriCKICRHUURQ IIAILW AY AND AT EXAMX.! AND WAHIIINOION ItAILIMIAl) ForAloxainlrIa.0 00 6 45 8 40 0 47, 1U 57 am U 01 noon, .' 05 4 4 4 ", 0 01, 8 05, 111 OS and II 87 p m. (m bunday at 0 oo, 8 40, 9 47, 10 67 am 4 a 0 01,8 ir und 10 or pm For Jtlcl mord mid tho South, uoo, 10 07 hd dally and 1 Xi p m dally, ok opt Hunday Trains U avo Atoxandrla for Wnshlntrton, 6 05, 8 ou o to io ii, ii t7 a m, 1 jo, 3 no, 3 m, s io, 7 03, 0 J ami 10 4J p in and 1 i 15 mldnlirit, Miut Monday On hunday at 8 00, uio and il 07 a m, J W, 6 10, 7 03, qjh, 10 4i p to and 1 i 15 nltfht. Tickets and information atthuoiTtcu, nortd oantcotntror isth atrttt and I'cnnnylvanla a(nuu, and at tho rtatlon, where orders can he k ft for tho checking of bitpk'aRoto doit) nation frtm hot da and rendt-niui U1A8 K IUOII, J. it WOOD, (icncral Ulanngcr 0, 1". A. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. Micdulo 111 (fleet July 25, 1SS7, Learn Ut'tslnpton from ntntlon corner of Ntw Icretyarenuo and u Direct. ForChkajro Bnd Northwoat, eitrosa dally 10 Ma m .040 p. in 1 or Cludcnatl and St. Loulo. express dally 3 15 aid 0 40p in 1 or l'it uhiint and Clercland, oxrresa dally lOfiH ra ,855p. m. lor Lexington und Local btatlom tlO 10 a m. I or riilladelphla, Nawark and Wlhnlnnttra, 7!a m.,t.'jttmHWp in dully, oxptLJ-t. 1 or hitertmdliite tili)ti 1 etwisiti l.iltimoro and Ihlladclihla, fna. in ati1tl35p m lor bluurly and lntcrmediato points, t3 13 p m lit LiHImoro, ft, flJO, C 40, 710, 810,0 43 a. m , w io, i .-j, 1 15 (ivmlniiio train), 1 io, 4 80, 4 J'S, 4 sO, 5 "JO, 0 i 7 W, H Jl aud 1 1 J) ) n m PimdajF, 6ln,TW 8 3". INI u m , 1 ,l, 1 JO, 3 80, 4 0, 4 40, 5 JO, 0 41 8 3 and 1130 P m, I or Annnpnlln fl -WandfiJWa m , W lOand 4 85 1 tr On Nil nd urn, n JW a in . 4 40 p m. Lcu,t Atinniiolli C 4i), 8 80 u m. 1J03,3&0, 0"jii m bnndajs, 8B0n tn .4 lOp m tor n Mntlon. hetwien Wiiidifinttimnml rnltlmnre, 5. 0 40, 8 3' a in, t J 10 3 H4 to, 045 and 1180p m On Sundays, 8 3ou m, 10, 8 80, 4 40, C 43 and tl "10 p in lor MatliuiHon tho Metropolitan Dranoh, to 43 a.m. 4 40p in, for principal stations only! tliu 10 a m , t5 10 and 8 M p. m. iOa buiidn t(o a nt nil Btatloni, Foroalthtrcluifr and lutcrmodlato points. tot fin m.,tiJjop.m .tsa. lor Hoyd a and lutcrmedlato Btatlous, 11 SO p. in dally. Chunh train leaves tVah'nston on Hunday only at 1 13 p m , stop) log at all stations on JIttroiolItiin lirancli 1 or 1 rvderkfc, tlO M a. ra , t3 30 p. m, Sua davx. 1 15 p in lor lloRcrMown, tloiOa m.nmttSROp m, Initnsurrlvo from (. hlraeu ilatly 0 Wu m. nnd 4 JO i in ; from t Inclnuatt and At fuld, dally 0 Ji) u in and 1 13 p m , from I lltubur,? dally 7.1) a in ,4 -Op m liom Fhlludelihlu, Lhestrr and Wilming ton 10 43 a m ,8 03, 8 and 0 0p tn dally an i tiwp.m. llrin Slrccrly and lntormedlato points nuthof Uiiilmiuo lua in daily Train linvo lUlthnoro for Waolilnston at B io, fl W) 7 JO, (i, o tn, io ana 10 to u m , U is, 213 3 410, 803 0 H UO 7 41 8 M and lip tn. tn t-undnyfi, 010,9 0 03,10 a, m , I.JO, J 13. 4 10. 603 ti SO, 7.45 80ni'dllp m l or i oiuts on bhemiLuIoati Valley HallroaJ, t3l5pra. tExccj t Sunday, Dally. llappiro called for mid cheesed nt hotels and upUknua cm orders left at ticket oQloes, 019 ni dUll la aie, U.M.CILMFMl, C.K LORD, Manager fien Fais Agt nt PIEDMONT AtR LINE. BC1IEDULE IN ErFJECT Sni'T.-l, 187. H JO u. m rat Tcnntbui a mail dally for War teuton, (lOiilcmsrllle, Charlottesville, I ynchbarcond stations between Akian drla and Lynchburg. DrUtoI Kianoku, Ktosvillo, Jtomo, talera Monttnracry and hew Orienns I oilman hkt)iH.r Wathinctrn toow Orleans. 1124n m Flint mall dully tor Wnrrenton, Clmilottcsvlllo, (JordonsrlUe, station i Chonpeako and Ohto routo, Lynchburf, Jtocky Mount, DaniJlle nnd statloiii bo twem LjrDihbtirs and Dinvlllo, UroLiis boio, imifclpli, (harlotte, Atlanta, Ulrm Inpham.Montcomery, Newurlean9,1cxa) and California l'ultmau n)ce(r New 1 oik to Atlanta, InconnuLtlon with I'ult man tileepcrs Atlanta to Neworlc ins anl Mann toudolr ohepcts for Blnnlmrbu'n, VnkFbiirg and iiitnviort Hdl 1 trilna anl tUKt n to Al lantii Doos not (ouuect for O. und O routo point h sund ijs B 3B p m dully, ox t pt Rmidrty, lor Mm a.tiwf btrusbura und tut ernied lalo ttutloui t on lRCiant I lurtun with a. V. H ft for Lu lay, arrhinKSp m, 6 30 p. rn OKiern exj reus dally for Warren ton, Oordousviut ( Inrlotto-ivlllo LuuU Title, tloclunaii uud isummtr retorts on and near lino (I ihesupouke and Oh, loute Pullman hleptm and eollJ trains Wah1iftton to Loulirliio; al-ui for Ijnchburc, UrUtot, (hiitnnoitga, Memihl;, Liu to Rock ana all Southwest crn rlnts lhroush I'ullman bIbupom aihlngtna to Moiuphls without chance 11pm botithern express dally for Lynonburg, Dunvtllo.HaielBh, At.hvlllo, t harlotte, Co lumbla, Aiken, Augusta Atlanta, Hoot point ry.NewOrloau-'.TriXBB and California. lUIlmun aleepers washlimton to Mont (.omtry, connecting with I'ullman parlor taraMontgonury to New orloani I'ull man fleeira V oshlnftton to Augusta with out t banco TllAlhS ON WASnTNOTON AND OniO DllMON Leave W&flblngton otJa m dally, except Hunday. and 4 43 p. m dally, arrlro Hound Hill 11-37 a m and 7 10 p m: return ing, leave Hound Hill 0-03 a ra. dally and. 1JJU p m, dally, en opt hunday, arriving WnnhlnftonS 30 a. ni andS55p m Ihrough trains from tho Bouth Tla Char lotte, DanTlllo and I ynchburg arrive lu Wash ington 8 10 a in and MH p tu ; vln Kast lua nfisiu Drlstol and L)nciiburg, at io 13 a m. and (Hu p m ; la Chexni take und Ohio routo and (. ImrlottesYllIo, 0 40 p m. btranburg local 0 17 a m Tlckus, Hkcrlng-car reservation and In formation furu fulled and b igg ige 0 hocked at (flico.l'UU Iennsjlvanlaarenuo, and at Fas cenger Station, 1 unnsvlvunla H It , Hist h and U streets. JAS L. TA LOU General I'asseugor Agent. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO R0Ut Trulns lcuvo Union Detrot, Blxtli and It sts, 10 57 A M For TTuw port Nowr, Oil Point Comfort aud horMk Dally i-xtipt Bua day. ArrUelnNcrfolk 7 tip m 1121 A. M-For Mntlnla Sirlrui. stall 1111 on tho Chesafrvaku il Olio and ixilnts Wttt Dally except Hundny Ob-icr (ra tion car, Ihailottoatllloto Lllftoii forgo, II rough luilmiui Huffit wtet i Irig oJr, Clifton Forgo lo IxiuUvillo und Bt. Lout. 5 00 1 M last Wenttrn oxtross dally, bolld train, with I'ullman lmaot sleeplntr car 1c LouIstUIo I'ullraan norylco tot in clcnatl, bt. Louis, Memphis ani iovT Oilcans Oflko, 513 rcnnsylvanl 1 avontio 11. W 1 ULI Kit, Pen P Agent. J AS. H-OMLoGlLL DKALEU IN BDILIUNQ HDrPMKa, B08toUl.Ost met norttiwevt. noxt National KlUfla' Armory. Archltootaral Iron Work. Cement. Plastor Fire lirlck, Hie Clay, Wall 6UU. l'ainta, Oils Slaas,eu.