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w THE WASHINGTON OIUTIC, SATURDAY EVENING, KOVEMBEUM887. WASHINGTON OltlTIO CITY SPECIALS. A row Hpoclnl llnrgnln In Jnod Mr roml-lliiiirt HtMtinjf Uurlilm. 2 Plrteer New Family Machines at f 12 aWh.leMacMLts II 1 Domestic Mathlne 1-3 1 WllIcoxX (iltbs' Mac hi oo JO 1 Ubcclcr A ttlkon Machine, No. 8 U 3 Jlowo "11" Machines ID Alo, 1 Amortcon No. 7, hcm, with fl drawers, Itaf and ill attachments, at $i1. The above machines all bar slop-motion, bobbin winder, side h at aoJ all attachmnnts, atd are sold with a euaranteo. U not en tirely rallsfsctory money will bo refunded. Machines rtntctl and repalreJ. Wm, Stibbemmo, Pole Agent 1). 0. for tbe celebrated Household Sewing-Machine, 1751 l'a. aro. ri w. Whectr, the lJonfortloiir, of Laocaiter, Pa,, la an extensive raanu facturer of puro candles, and hasoponod a braoch store on tbe aorner of Kloveutb and (1 streets northwest. 1'ure candy special ties, f rtrsb every bimr. A call will convince jou ot tbe purity and freshness of bis elegant candles. The IV cw He Hi F.utnte nud Auction Firm of Jtobrrt Voie A Co. No. 800 II atreet southeast, has already become well known, having mado several real estate auction sates wltbtn a few weeks at good prices Buch a record Is flittering, and Messrs. Vose A Co. will not And It difficult to secure a largo share of public pttronsfto. In addition to auction sates Vom A Co. buy and sell real estate and rent bouses, (live them a call. Good clothing at fair prices Is better than trash at any price. Elseman Bros , Manu facturers, cor. "th and. See our new lot of (3 child suits. It urn art's JJInlnir-lloome nnd Hot tnurnnt. The proprietor of this popular and cen trallydocated salcon, on tho corner ot Tenth and V streets northwest, will open on No vember 1, In connection with bis restaurant, elegantly-furnished dining rooms for la Ilex and eentlemen. Entrance on Tenth street. Ibe best In tbe markets, with prompt and polite service, guaranteed. ProtVNhor .1. C. rotllnM gives natural msunettc treatment at bis real dence. See advertisement In another column. Rare or shine, high winds or low, we aro always busy. Else man Bros , Manufac turers, 7th and E. See our lino of $3 Chil dren's suits. For a Few njn Only you can boy 100 two grain Quinine Cap sules for 8fl cents at Merit's Pharmacy, 1014 street northwest. The leader In low-priced drugs. musleton St Fletcher, No. 415 Seventh street northwest, have Just opened tbe most complete assortment of first-class Smyrna Hugs and Carpets to be found In tbe city. Prices guaranteed tbo lowest for cash. These runs embraco tbe largest sizes made for rooms and balls to tbo smallest mat. Call early, before tbe as sortment Is broken. An excellent cheviot or casslmere over coat $10. Elaemao Bros., .Manufacturers, cor. 7to and E. LxTBOOiuugn check dooks made to order. Handsome designs. Kervand, 1012 Penxv aylranU avenue. Hodden's sVprnlture, Carpet and Ntove House makes a specialty of union-made goods, Worklngmen should, therefore, when In seed ot anything In his Hop, giro blm a call Bis price aro aa reasonable, his terms as easy and his goods aa reliable as can be found elsewhere, Kememher the place UUDDRN'S, 030-033 Seventh atreet northwest. Sign of the unlon-mado stoves. Housekeepers avail Others, Atten tion 1 Smith's reliable Installment house, ellgt bly located at 453 Pennsylvania avenue northwest, has a full stock of heating and cooking stoves, ranges, carpets, furniture, blankets, comforters, parlor and dining- rooms sets, etc. These goods are staple articles, and they are In demand and will bo sold on easy terms, by tbo wetk or month, on tbe Installment plan, to salt thetr customers. To the liadles. Send your lace curtains to the Swiss Steam Laundry, 1323 F street. It Is noticeable that tbe clothing house that la doing tbo business Is not talking tbe public to death. Elieman Bros., Manufac turers, cor. 7th and E. See our line of fashionable stripes In ssck and frock coats. It Is Hot accessary to buy every sew Doote that comes out, wben you may have tbe privilege ot reading all you want at tho low price of $5 subscrip tion for an entire year. Mr. J. D. Free, Jr., No. 1343 F atreet northwest, has alt the standard works and all the new books as soon as published. Call and subscribe. Mosoqrams and address dies stamped In colors at low figures. Kervand's, 1013 Pennsylvania avenue. Liohtotno Rods, electric work. J, II. KuEHLrto, U12 Pa. ave. It is the Uest. Ask for It. Schlltza Milwaukee Lager Beer. For sale by all leading bouses. For Wsmhlneton Dressed Ileer go to John R. Kelly, stalls 633. tf9 and G30 Centre Market, and 200 and 303 Northern Liberty, Corned boo! a specialty. John's Itoted and NplendldljFltte. Up Oyster Huloon and Hestnuraut This long-established restaurant, eligibly located on the corner of Seventh and D tre eta northwest, has been thoroughly ren ovated for tbe falland winter season. Its firesent proprietor has alt tbe necessary acllltles to furnish oysters in any style, especially steamed, at tho lowest possible prices. This establishment will make a specialty In serving select steamed at no extra charge. Meala and hot and cold lnnches always roady to serve. Tbe finest brands of liquors only doaltln; also, excellent cigars. (Prompt service and courteous treatment to all who may favor this popular restaurant with their patron sge. LiMOpAQi la cheap, prtcei sell thogoods. Elswnan Bros , Manufacturers, cor. 7th and E, See tbe overcoat wo sell at (12 50. W. H. Hunch ton Co., 11S14 F Street Aorthwest, have reclved their new line of Furniture, Carpet. Upholstering Goods and Wal Paper for fall. Furniture upholstered, Bpienaia assortment at lowest prices. Visitcho U1RD9 neatly engraved from your plates at 75 centa per hundred, Kcr Tand, 1013 Pennsylvania avenue. L . .. liiulc Fill I. Uest ISrewlns Com pany'a Milwaukee lleer, the acknowledged Beer of tbe District. For trade-mark (which appears on every bottle), see Sunday papers. Retailed by dealers generally and wholesale only by T. D. Har per, 703 and 705 North Capitol street. LianTMiNa hods repaired. Speaking tubes. J. 11, KuEnuNQ, 1313 Pa. ave. CsNhmrre Uouquet f'erfutne jj Is unexcelled In exquisite combination of v delicate odors. Colgate & Co. are tbo largest perfumers. AMerncy Dairy Wagons." Fresh Alderney butter, churnod every morning and delivered In i lb "Ward'1 prints, 40c. per lb. Also cottage cheese. Duuermuic anu sweet mils, nc. per qt. Cream, 15, per pt. A I'Oiely Wrap for U' Inter,! Mis. Curmey See my new winter wrap I Isn't It lovely f A boy brought It up, but he didn't brlDg the bill. Mr. Curmey Of course not. A boy couldn't carry the bill, They will send It up to-morrow on a dray .Puck. A JKrnuurn of r.cmiomy. Uketdek Why do you smoke a cob ptpe, 1'atr Q'Kelly Sbure, now, an It's very convan lent. Whin the 'bacca burns out, ya kto JUt kspe anoklDg till the pipo burns up. too. tUtfroltrreorrew. SSk i mmmmm& w i ni' mi htf r - -.. ?-iisT-.SiiJ't.M 7XjH"7.'A mXUferM ,jf" br r.mcj'rfarWA mi? iurui'z tmommm" a.iA i "" .j v - j-s-i' riYr9K,.yr j 14 I ,.1-v . J-? brtydJxfrttiritTmr.Mnji jmrjptrrCCTyi WjVUSOJX" ummfi n aHs Phoenix Risen from the Flames. At about balf past eleven o'clock on Mon day nlpht, October 25, 1SS0, occurred tho moat disastrous Are that bad visited East tt aiblngton for years, causing the destruc tion of a large amount of property on Penn sylvania avenue southeast, and by an ox plosion of Maollno In one of tbo stores, se riously Injuring several Individuals. A por tion of this property belonged to our enter prising fellow citizen, Mr. Tbeo. J. Mayer, oftheflrraof Wm. M. Gait A. Co , and In April last that gentleman commenced tbo erection ot a magnificent block, comprising three business houses with elegant resi dences overhead. In thoroughness of construction and beauty ot architecture, Mayer's Block Is as creditable to the owner aa It Is ornamental to the section of tho city, where it Is a conspicuous monument to sa gacity and enterprise. J. 0. Meyers was tbe architect and John J. Shine tbe builder. The ground floor of tbe block la occupied by three stores, each 01 feet deep. Ho. 233 la utilized for the Jewelry busluess ot LEW CiLLI3nCH. Mr. Calllsher has been In the Jewelry busi ness, near his present location, during the past five yers and deserves great credit for the energy ho has displayed In building up his trade to tho large proportions It has reached. No better evidence of his business ability Is needed than Isfouod la the fact thatfrom small beginnings he has reached his present position. This has been at tained by strict attention to business and fair dealing, and he enjoys, In a large degree, the confidence of the public. Ills storo Is handsomely appointed. It Is fitted with artistic celluloid mounted show cases, In which Is a bewildering display of diamonds, elegant gold watches (somo of them studded with precious stones). In short with every style and type of manufactured Jewelry to be found In any store ot the kind. 1 bo ex hibition Is dazzling In Its brilliancy and must be seen to be appreciated. Among tne uselul goods exposeu ror s sie sre clocks of all sizes, shapes and styles, from small and popular nickel clocks to ornate Irench parlor clocks, which, with their rich, musical cathedral gongs, keep accurate measure of tbe passage ot tlma. Opposite the show case counters are forty feet of handsome walnut casts filled wltn silverware of all descriptions, from useful domestic ware, such as casters, butter dishes, etc., to more elaborate articles In toilet sets, Jewelry cases, etc., just such goods as will be certain of selection tor btrtbday, wedding or holiday occasions Nor Is this all Are repairs needed In Jewelry or watcbest Mr. CallUber has been fortunate In securing tbo services of Mr. B. It. like of Pennsylvania, a thorough artisan In bis line, who has entire charge of this department of tho business, and who Is au thority on all questions Involving tbo care of time pieces. Mr. Calllabcr's establishment Is the Tif fany's of East Washington, and East Wash ington people are fast learning that it Is to their Interest, not only In a pecuniary sense, but In all other respects, to patron ize homo Industry, job&tii WALTKMErait. The subject of this sketch (s tho pro prietor of tho soots' hat and furnishing store, No. 22J, the middle atoro of tbo block. Mr. Waltemeyer Is a native of Baltimore, but he removed to this city in 16(11, and has resided hero since. He hat boon on Capitol Illll nearly twelve years, and having out grown his former place of business, has Ju diciously ostabllsbed himself wbero ho can have plenty of room In which to display his very largo stock of goods. The stock com prises everything that Is needttd In a gentle man's outllt. To this he has added a new feature ladles' furnishings, and lady at tendants are In waiting to servo patrons of ibelrown sex, Mr. Waltemeyer has an advantage over many others In his Hooof goods, Inasmuch as be la able to pay "spot cash" for his purchases, and concequently buys very cheaply, and where It Is possible, direct from tbe manufacturers, thus saving mid dlemen's profit, lust ho has m&do no mistake In rentlog bit present spacious store Is Indicated In the fact that bis trade has largely Increased. To use bis own ex pression bis "Saturday trade Is now greater l ban any holiday trade be bat ever tul be fore." Ills goods are at) nw, another al vaotsge, aod Mr, Waltemeyer aod bis rlfiks take pleasure and pride In exhibit ing Ibem, whether visitors Intend to pur cbaee or not. Then again his prices are fr btlow those rullog In many so-called ,(fatb enable' resorts, and to tbls fact may bo at trtbuUd, vary largely, bis Increased patron ase. It doesn't take long to convince peo ; pie where they can buy goods at low prices, if S. jassmS- i fsmf i'i I 5 ? j&ftSz -jt i tj'. M-iflfZ' M ZV' 1 ' . ' 1 Ji a'' h ra-a Wtsytf, Pfc A -- ?Jtt '''TTTTTX'J.V'" and Tast Washington people are shrewd enough to buy wbsre they can buy the best and cheapest. Oooword, In pasitog, about a novelty whlcb Mr. W altemeycr proposes to make a specialty of, viz., ladles' riding bats. Tbe iDcresced Interest taken by Washington ladles In equestrian sports has rendered this feature an Important one, and Mr. Walte roeyer means to keep abreast of tbo times. Don't fall to drop In as you aro passing, or take a car for tbe express purpose, and It will surprise you to know how much money may bo saved by trading at Waltemeycr's. Is the senior partner of the firm of E. N. Klocthand, Co., dealers In houe-furnIih-lngs and general hardware, contractors' and brlckmakers' supplies, at No. 331 Mayer's Block, Mr. Klnneban has bad seven years' experience with one of tbo largest retail hardware dealers In this city, and this la his first venture for himself. He has chosen wisely In selecting East Washington as a location, In vitw of tbe present and pro spective building operations In that section of tbo city. aieaera. r.. it. lunnenau a to. uavo a complete lino ot goods In as great variety as can be found In any store in tbo city, and theirs Is tbe only store on Capitol Illll where anything like an assortment of gen eral hardware can be found. Capitol 11111 needed just such a store, aod this enterpris ing young firm will "fill the bill." Ihey Intend to do a flourishing business, and there seems to be no reason why they shdnld not, if a thorough knowledge of what Is needed, attention to business, and a determination to merit the patronage they Invoke, are grounds for belief In suc cess. S. FRED, nlltV. Tbo gentleman whoso portrait heads this article Is a member of tbo well-known boot aod shoo house of William Ilahn J- Co., and for several years had chargo of that firm's branch In Galveston, Texts. That branch bat been discontinued to enable the firm to concentrate tbolr business In Washington. Tbo house of William Ilann&Co. was established In 1870, commencing business In a small way, but steadily gaining until It Is claimed that tho Arm transacts tho largest shoe business In tbe District of Columbia. Three stores are run by them one at 819 Beventh street northwest (where they have a heavy wholesale at well as an Immense retail trade), under tho managoment ot Mr, William llahn; ono at 1U3 Pennsylvania avenue northwest, under the charge of Mr. Morris Ilahu (another member of tbo firm), and the new store, Ko. SSL Pennsylvania avenue southeast (quite near Mayor's Iilock), under the direction of Mr. S. Fred, ilahn. In their aim to do the leading shoe busi ness in Washington, Mossrs. Uahn & Co. have been eminently successful, and buying In such large quantities as they aro com pelled to for their retail and Jobbing trade, aod buying direct from the manufacturers, they buy exceedingly low. And yet, able and willing to sell at low prices, they pride themselves on tbe fact that nothing shod J y finds a place on their ebelves. All their statements concerning goods may bo relied upon, and thus tbey have gained tbe confi dence of the public and secured an Immense patronage. Tbey have also heavy Govern ment contracts, and have achieved an en viable reputation at thoroughly honorable and reliable business men. Messta. Habn&Co. have great faith In tho future of Last Washington, and they determined to open a store where tbey would bo morally certain to build up an exten sive business, Their now and beautiful store has been most conveniently fitted up for the trade, and Is stocked with a freau as sortment of goods for men's, boys', misses' and children's wesr. Ibe stock Is new as well as the store, and It will be gratifying Intelligence to all their regular natron i who reside on Capitol Illll (and who have imucriu traversed me enure aistanco rrora their homes to Messrs, llabn A Co 's north wtftt stores because they felt thit there tbey were sure to obtain tho best of goods at the lowest nrlccal. that Iheru mav now ba fnnml In tho new Capitol Illll shoe store Just what tbey have been In tbe bablt of purchasing hen tofore and at equally low prices Mr B Fred llabn will unquestionably carry to bit new quarters a large percentile of the Fast Washington patronage his firm hssbllberto cnjoyid, besides adding very materially from the already large aod con slstilly Increasing population that Is aet tlli a and bulldlotc up bt attractive section bf the city east of the U. . Capitol Mr, M. Shipley, who was bought out by Mtsars. Ilahn A Co, may be fuund at tho Capitol Illll store of tbo latter, ?, 0f Elegant SW of Maats' Wear. The present is undoubt edly the largest, finest and most varied stock of In fants' Seasonable Wearing Apparel ever shown by us, and, in point of excellence of materials, attractiveness of style and lowness of prices, is not surpassed, if equaled, in this city. The following enumerations, not withstanding its length and completeness, does not con vey an adequate idea of the largeness, attractiveness and intrinsic worth, it being necessary, in order to secure a proper appreciation, to inspect the stock in person; Infants' Cambria Slips, S3, 37tf to T5o each. Infants' alnsook Slips, 81.37, $1.73, S J 73 to Delicti. Infants' Cambric Shirts, S3, 35 and S7Ko oath. Infants' Linen Shirts. 45 and C2Ko each. Infants' Knlttod Worsted Shirts, short sleeves, 3"Hc; long sliovcs, SO, 73 undbTHo each. Infants' Tlno Silk Shirts, $133 and $130 each. Infanta' riannel Short Skirts, KH 75,91c, $1 to 51 JSeath Infants' Flannol Long Skirts, $1 to 81 each Infants Hand knit Worsted Facquos, white and laniy, 33, 30, 73c, $1, $1 A $1 SO and SI 73 each. Infants Hand knit Worsted Hoods, 43, CO, 03u, land JlS7oatli. Infants' Mother Hubbard Cambric ..Short Dresses, II, St 3 and SlsrHotach. Infants' Nainsook short Drossos, made "UreUhcn" waist, ti 73 to 95 each, rj Infanta' Flno rrench Mull Caps, 50, Zi and oa cacb. Infants Flno Sllk-embroldorod Caps, $1, $2 13, i W) and S3 each. Infants' "Baptismal" Robes, bamlsomelr trimmed v,Kn late and embroidery, $7 to $13. Infants llanncl shawl, silk cmbroMeroJ, 7Cc, SI a, Sioo, $.,$-- to Si each. Infants' CashmproLonu Cloaks, SI 73, SI RO. $150 $, SOfiO, S7.&0, ZJ, S10, SID 30, Hi N und 813 30 each. Infants' Silk crnbroldorod Lone Cloaks, $13 W to $13 so cath. We are also showing a superb line of Coats and Cloaks ior children from i to 2 years of age, and quote: Children's S tripod Jcrsoy Flannel Coats, 81 J3 each. Children's Checked Cloth Coats, Si each. Children's Diagonal Cloth Cloaks, hand somely trlmmod wltn Astrakhan, S3 each. Children's Flno Elder Dows Cloaks, S3 M each. Children's Imported Uoucle Cloaks, In seal brown and navy bluo, 83,30 each. (Socond floor; through tbo arch.) Bargains In Merino Merwear, We are fully prepared to meet every demand in this line. As representative bargains we quote: loo d07en Ladles' white Merino Vests, hlirb neck and long sleovos, two weights, only Wo each. 100 dozen Ladles Fine Merino Underwear bhlrts and Punts only 75o per cannon t, DO dozen Ladles' Tw o thirds Wool Vests and rants, only SI por garment. CO dozen Ladlos' fiwiss-Itibbed Wool Vests. sizes l and s, only 813: sized 9, 4 and 5, only SI &0 each. SO dozen Ladles Jersey Ribbed Wool Vests, low neck and no steeres; white, pink and light bluo; sizes 1 to 0, prlco for slzo 1 only Si 10, rise lOo per size larger. 150 dozen Ladlos All-wool Scarlet Medi cated Vtsts and Pants, excellent qualities. per garment; usually sold at S3o higher. 75 dozen Ladlos' Extra - flno All wool Canhmero Vests, improved French cut, per fect nttlng, excellent welzht, high nock und long sleeves, worth S3, only SI, 73 each. Elegant line of Children's Whlto Merino Vents und Punts, at a wldo range of popular prices. (First floor; rear of elevators ) Bie Banains in Hosiery. We have just opened ioo doz Children's Ribbed Fine Cotton Hose, extra long and full regular made. El7cs 7, 'M, 8 ana S)i; real Talua s:ci only 20c rerjialr. 200 doz Ladles' l'ino Grado Caslimore IToao, with Merino tioel and too, cjnlor. cardinal, navy, 8cal. garnet and black, Tuo-io wero lm ported expressly to our ordor, andarooxcoV lent Taluui, Ul, tuvi, 73, 676e and 51 per pair. Glove Bargains, This department offers the following exceptionally good values: ICO dozen Ladlos' 4 button Delalr Heal Kid Gloves, In black aod assorted snados of tans and browns, only St pet pair 75 dozen Ladles' 4 button Ileal Kid Olores. embroidered backs, in black und a variety of shades. Including- tans, browus and ollrcs, only SlOo icr pair. ' IMPERIAL." KID OLOVE3. Wc announce the arrival of another importation of the celebrated "Imperial" Real Kid Gloves. We con sider this glove the superior of all others at the prices, and request your most criti cal examination, begging that you will note the uni formity of the skins, their suppleness, the masterly manner in which they are cut and finished, and the thoroughness ol the color dyes. We have sold them for a number of years with a steadily increasing demand, and we place our orders so as to receive new lots every month or so, in order to have them fresh, supple and durable. All the Fall and Winter Shades and Black, Wc present each pur chaser with a neat nickel plated buttoner. WOODWARD & LOTHROP, Corner 1 ItU and V atrsata N. W, You nro Respectfully Invito! to Cloaks lillinery Etc, -AT- 814 Seventh Street Northwest. Please Note the Following Prices: ISO Children's and Misses' Cloaks at 81 30. 100 Children's and Misses' Cloaks at SU'3. ?0 Children's and Aliases' Cloaks at 81 30. 1 000 oxclariro styles of Children's and muses' uoats irom gi 10 it. Ann .M . . . a ata .. ' SOOItlccant Piqmii Coats at SIC. 118. SM and -v ---. .- " . Htyllsh riuh Newmarkets at $13 only. Our Great Slaughter in Millinery. Ktcgant rclt Hats, In all tbo leading shapes, at Wo. French Felt Hats at 75c, 00c, SI an! St 23. Silk nearer Hats, at SI, 8U3 and 81 5), 10 dozen Children's Lawn Tennis Hats, In blue, S5o. Full assortment of Trlmmod and Un trimmed Children's Felt Hats, at 50c, 730 and 8t.w. DON'T NEGLECT TO CALL AT aKUIsTG-'S PALACE, 814 Seventh Street Northwest. ICOPTTtthtod.l We Have Opened A Branch Store at : Tor tho delusive salo of Gents' $4,0(1 Hand-Sewed and $3,00 French Welt Shoe Jiouve, Crawford A. Co. Manuraclnrern SELLING DIRECT TO CONSUMERS. &AS STOVES Gas Boilers at $1.15 and Tea or GS-.A.S OOOK1ER.S For;iargo and email families, Jnst the stoTe for summer use, as yon extinguish tbo fire the Instant tho cooking is done For Bale Toy tlio Washington Gaslight Company 413 Tenth Street Northwest. CIGARS AND TOBACCO. S$J I Sole Agent for the llanner Clcarroi. R. :&. BROWN, DEALER IN Paints, Oils, Glaas, Brushes, VrnUh., rjln.s, Cutor and N..U Voot Oil, 1252 SEYENTa BTEEKT KOUTHWIiaT. lw 4os IOI-H ST N.W 3 gJk&Agg e Attend our Tint Clearing Silo of LadleV and Misses' Jackets at S3 60, 81, $1.50 to $3. Italians, nobby nnd nlro. In nil colors, our own importation, at $9, $3. S10 an J ZU. styiMi nnd nobby Plash Vlslteint Sli,Sl3 ami 1H i " ;! .. . . ....-....... w,uuu worm oi ram, iu nu mo loauinir .i!i..iv.u m.1 lt... .. ...t i.H it jiun nuu uvnii uaiibj. iuun uu diii i. van and examine our Immonso stock and asoor- tain our prices befuro purchaalne. COOKlopant Pattern Hats and Sonnets at $2 50, St, SI, 83. SO. 810,000 worth of Fancy Wines, Hlrds. Plume nnd Tips. Tho finest display every oxhlbltod. Velvets, riuibos. Tilbbons and Millinery C3 per cent, than elsewhere. Kid GIovos. Corsets.. Worstod Goods. Fur Trimmings, Muffs and Hustles at bottom prices. "Upper Crust," That's whero wo stand regarding the stylo and general character ot our clothing, to Fill Dress Suits, Whether yon want ono ready madoormado to order, you will find Our Styles at tlje Top OUR READY-MADE COATS Are cut the simo ns flno custom work, and those mado of Imported Uroadoloth are fiatin Lined All Through. OUR CUSTOM-MADE COATS Aro of high crude, bnt aro about one-third less prloo than tho artraco merobont tailor s. E, B, BARNUM & CO., 931 Jfenn. Ave. FOR COOKIM! S1.50 for instantly making Ooffee. JOB PRINTINB. riMldMAH Moanx S DO. X (tiucoossors to McQUl A Wltberow). riUNTERS AND STEftEOTFVERS, Mo, 1107 E 8t. NorUmest, Washington, D. O. GOOD WORK AT PAIR FRIOBB. R.- POLKINHOKN, Eook, Job and Poster Prlntor, 6J3 AND 63, D 8TIIKET 14. W. Near oorner 7th t. K. of L. Mado Cigar And KnlRhts or Labor HMOEINO and CII BW UtQ 1011ACLU, tnanufaatured by tbe Na tional K. ot L Uo-oporatlvo Com' pony, Italetsn, N. C. or sale by J. 33- cmmM, 353 Peon. Ave. rrA(ront for tbo Celebrated Uollor Or nan; prices SO and 110, " COUCATIONAl. rKcnuAir tiulsf.oollfor cor. armtttttAtrminn ttea at u6fKNCliMcol,Unclrei; Academy of tho Holy Cross, 1312 MASS. AVE. K. W Will rcinmo first Monday In September, it gf. fords ertry fnilllty for acquiring, mhoriiiiftii nnd nttompllshca DducAtion, Tho musical ilcpartmcnt, embracing Harp, riano, oraan, (Juitor, banjo nud Mandolin, M dlroctM by tboroudhiy hLcnmplUhcd tuacbors Palntlmr In LuMro, OH and Wator Colors. Special at tention paid to IJoykkcot Inland tho Hlaher Matliimatlcs Attached to tho academy 13 a HcpartmontjorLUtlo Uoys. rillllS IlOU' KNOMSII ANIJI,ASSt- J CAI mail bClloob will commence Its nineteenth jear HKIT. 10 lit North Hoislun room of Hr. Hnndcnand'a Llinrch Itoyit thor oughly fitted for any of tho lllffhor institu tions of Learning or for Uutlnoss Us Rradu fttealiaro taken blahrnnk at Harvard, Yale, Drown, Dartmouth. Princeton, l)lokenon, fornf.ll, Lchlith, Jllchlnan Unlvorilty, Wont Point nnd Annapolld bpcclal attention pal 1 to Emrllnh Uranchos. For particulars and tcfltlmonlals ot many of our beat cltUons. ad dress J. W. HUNT, 717 Irving st n w. J.TMEIt.SON INSTITUTE, 1J 014 14th it . bet and K sts. belcct Classical ana Mathematlml School for Ioudk Men and Boys, neirtns Its 30th roar MONDAY, 8KPT. 10 Prepnres fnr IlarTard, Yalo, Princoton, Johns Hopkins and other coIIokos and unl versttles; for tho Sclontlflo Kchools, U. 8. Military and Naval Academics and for busi ness. For particulars addreii CI I AS. U. YOUNO, Principal. MARTYH'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 013 SIXTH STItEET N,W., Near City Postofflce. Tall orcnlwr Sept. 15, Cataloxnpi froo on application at College ofllco, on ttrat floor, IIUID v D to in vii ni , r uy man. P. O. MAHTYN, lTOBldcnt, U. E. UltNKlt, A, M. C. K , Principal. Tvriix.utn noiKL, VV WA9I1INQTON. D. O. O G Btaplos.lato of Tboniand laL. nouso.rrop. GILBEY HO U 833, KUItOPEAN TLAN, Corner ntodwy nnd 99th BtreM NEW YOHK CITY. JAMES II. BISEHX.IN A BRO. Proprietor. ST JAZfKS HOTKt. EUROPKAM PLAW, Blltb Btroet ana Pennsylvania aTonat. L. WOODDOliY, Proprietor. DUI'ONT nOTJHK, Cor. 17th and Corcoran fits n. w , Is open for gucats, whoro ttioy oan obtain de llplitful apartments, slnglo or en bulto, fur nthbed or unfurnished; also tablo hoard; rates very moderate. Hxasnl's HDSIC HALL AND RESTADRAKT. (Formerly Abnor'a), b st , toKT. rrn akd sth. Kealsnerred table d'boto and a la oarte. Tho bandsomo dancing ball can do rented for balls, panics, eto. attihytlmo Proprietor. J. H. BURGESS. L. J. WOOLLEN. BURGESS & CO., Wholesale and Retail OTBTBB DEPOT 42S 10th St, N. W. (Near Gas Ofllco ) Select Oysters a 8poolaIty, 10 cents a Plate. H A It It 1 8 HOUSK. iSUllUrJtATI 1'LiAH. From Jnlr 1 toOotoberl, Rooms from S10 to $30 por month. SOLAN'S HOTEL and RtSTWRANT, PENNA AVE , BEY. Hm and 15tu an. Washington, D. O. C. BOLARI, Proprietor. Flno dinner parties a specialty Headquarters Empire Club. THE EBBITT: WASHINGTON. D O. ABET & HAVT HEADQUAETEBa. tocB iuv.i muc isun-i IKKMS-,3.00 ma fi.oa per dj, CHAMBERLIM'S RESTAURANT. FOR LADIES AND QENTLEHEN. SU1 B:i ana MS Fifteenth Htreet. A LADIES' RESTAURANT, Tbe Most Kxqalslte Onleln. In WASh- InKton. Arrancemaots can be mode for lteeep- tlona. Dinner or Tbeetre lartle.. Wines. Liquor, nnd Oordlal. bj tbe bottle ore.se JOHN V. aiAMUBHUn FIIt.ST-CLAW8MEAI,8ror5c, ItelPa International Dining and Luncb Itooraa, 840 Pa ave nw. Board and rooms, SI and 81.60 per day. TUIIF KX01IAHQK, AND BF.STAUUANT, Cor. Oth Ht. and Pa. ave. SAM'S I A riruitE HOUSE, j Corner IOth and B sts, n w. First-class accommodations for families and transient guests Las les: and tionts1 Cafe attached. lta ew moderate ATJOHERY EASTON & ItUrP, Corner Fenna. Ave, and 13th St. K. W. WIUTINOPADS. WniTINQ TABLETS. ENVELOPES TO MATCII, For Merchants, Hankers, Lawyers, Tourists and Elite Correspondence. GAITO ENOI1AVINO AND I'HINTINO. BLANK BOOKS. CLANK DOOKS. JfflVMOPgy, WM. R. RILEY, Corner Ninth and IS Streets Northwest, Is Closlnx Oat All Kinds of DR.-5T G3-OOIDS, At Vory Iteduoed Rates. El.Cr.X3j."VTS. Black Dress Goods, Embroideries, Laces and Trimmings. 71D M1BK1T 8F0 WiHHmnTOH, 1), O. PAWNBROKERS. LASKEY'S Loan Officii,, No. 361 Pennsylvania Ave. N. W., WASniNOTON, D. O. Money Loaned on Gold and BUrer Watches. Diamonds, Jewelry, Pistols, a una, Moobantcal Tools, Ladloe and Gentlemen's Wearing Ap parel, Unredeemed pledges for salo. UM tiO I At A HI I, VII It IIOIJUIIT. STEAMBOATS. NOltPOLK ANIJ rOKTUK)3 MOM ltOKDaltyllno to Norfolk, stopping at Plney J'oint (ruing and returning bio tmors Lady or tlio Lake and Jane Mosuley leave eveiy day from Ttli-st wharf at dp in, excel lent moals, .!o. buteroomn tiociured and ban pago chocked at 1619 and 1351 Pa avo and oo steamer Telephone call 81. M' OUJII VKKNONI .. HUUX4T v Annum Steamer W. W. COH001UN Leaves 7tbt Wharf dally (exooptBnnday) for MOUNT villNON; AtlOo'oIook a,m. rotnrnlns, reaobol Waak lnffton about ijo p. n. FOR COR KJ.'J I''" JJEl3.IirV.yCIf3UC0(ni.iJEb A lai;srui 2a y.fl JZpcjLMy cquirpeo. fyoMrTca nnOfcfifviiflrtlDoa fbrbnloruor JsSDe,-frffrYTyiiWH and tssptfonp;KirX1vlyEanu may tRiirfKny tti.X'fY JfciTiip. qoartcrlj. n mninucn iiirr asmiwn- iirnnunifa ni nava 1rfti.tM lnfit roueao osiioyn RAIUtfJADS. rpiiK amiAT PEHNSYLVAHIA ROUTE To the Korlli Wtmt nnd Houthwest Doubt Track. Ittfl Hails. Splendid Sctntr. jriayntjiwtt, My '"( lit KrrrcT Mir IS, 13S7. TratniUart nanhqto'h from Station, corntr oj bixtti and i ttrettt, ot follow: For PlttsburK nnd the West, C!..cnMo Ilmltod Kxnrcm of Pulaco Hlnoplttc Cars rtt 0 M a m diilji Past Line. 0 yi a m dally to Cincinnati nnd Mi Loula, wUhTleplnit Cars Iroratlar rlsburjt to Cincinnati and Uullet CiirtuHt. Ixiuls; rtallr. except baturdny, to Chloaeo. with tfliPiInK Car Altoona to Clilcajro. cstcrn ExprtM at 8 10 p m dally, with Bleeping Cora Washington to Uhloaito and at. Louln, and (except UatuHayn) Harris burg to Clmtland, connecting dally at liar rlchurqwlthtliroHnh Wocpors for LouUtHIo nnd Mcmphln. Inclflo Kipross, 100J prn dally, for Ilttsburg and the eit, wltb throut-li ttlcepor llarrfeburtTtoCblciiio. BALT1WOHE & POTOMAC HalLHUAD. For Erie, Cnimndalgua, Huchcster, UuiTalo, JNlacnra, woo p ro dally, excopt Saturday, Willi 1 HlatuCan Waslilngton tci Rochostor. For llllfimp-imrt, Look Haven and Etmlra at 0 60 n di dally, m em Sunday For New York and tho Last, 7 85. 900,1100 and 11 40 a m, a 00. 4 10, to 00 and 11 SO p m. On bunday, 0 0o, mo am, son, 10, looo and 11 pin. Limited Expreisof Pullman Parlor ard lilnlnv Cars, o 40 a miUHr ex cept Hurdar. and 4 no p m dallr, wltb Penn pyivanlaltoilroad Dining Cari. For iioston without chance, 2 00 pmoTery day. For Urooeim, N. Y , all through trains con nect at Jersey City wltb boats of Brooklyn Annex, affonllng direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding double ferriage across New nrk citv. For Philadelphia, 7. A 0 00, 11 00 and 11 40 1. ra, 8 00, 4 10, o oo, 10 00 and 11 JO p ra. On San day. 0 to, 11 40 a m. 8 00, 4 to, fl oo in 00 and 11 w p m. Limited Express Parlor and Uln Ing Carn, mo a m weekdays and 4 oopra dally, nlth Pennsylvania Railroad Dlnlnji Cars. For Baltimore, 0 8B. 75, 000, 0 40, OfiO, 1100 and 1140am, MO3,l!.00, 4 00, 4 10, 4 JO, 4 40, 600 8 10, looo and 11 m p m. on Sunday, 0 00 0 0 9 60, 11 40 a m, U 00. 4 OO. 4.10. 6 00. 810 10 00 and 11 W pm For Pope's trcek Line, 7.25 am and 4 40 pm, dally, extent bunday. For Atinapolli, 7U and DOO am, 1108,40 nnd 6W i m dally, oxcert Sunday, tiundays. Qioam and 4 10pm, ALEXAVTtRTA AN1 FriEUBnicKnbUHq RAILWAY AND ALRXANDK1A ANU WAHllllNaTUN UAlLltOAU. For Alexandria, 0 00, 0 43, 8 40, 0 47, 10 57 a ta. 12 04 noon, 2 U3, 4 J5, 43, 6 01, 8 05, 10 03 and 1137 pm. On Bunday at 0 00, 8 40, 947, 10 67 am 2 an, 6 01, 8 oo nnd 10 03 p m For Richmond and tho bouth, 0 00, 10 57 a m dally and 4 S3 p m dally, excopt fianduy. Trains leavo Alexandria for Washington, 0 OS, 8 00 0 10, 10 15 11 07 a m, 1 CO, 8 00, 8 1, fi 10. 7 03, 9 13 and 10 43 p m and 1213 mldnlghr. except Monday On bunday at 8 oo, o id nnd II 07 a m, 1 00, 6. 10, 7 05, 9 03, 10 U p m and Ulft nlfbt. Tickets and lntormatlon at the office, north east corner of 18th street and Pennsylvania avenue, and nt tho station, whero orders can be left for tho checking of baggngoto desti nation from hotels and residences CUAH E l'UUIl, J. It. WOOD, General Manager. a. P. A. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. Schedule In effect July 85, 1837. Leave Washington from station, corner of INew Jcracy avonno and 0 street. For Chicago and Northwest, express dally 10 63 a m . If 40 n. m. (or Cluilnnutl and St. Louis, express dally 8 13 and 9 4i)p m. For Pittsburg and Cleveland, express dally lOUa.ra ,833 p.m. For Lexington and Local Stations tlO.10 a. m lor Philadelphia, Newark and Wilmington, 7 SO a in., 1 S3 and 4 JO p. ra dally, express. lor Intermediate points between ltaltimoro and Ililladelphio, -ti a. m and 14 33 p m For blngorly and intermediate points, ti IS P ra, , I-orDaltlmore, B, 6 30, 0 40, 7 30, 8 30,0 45 a m., UMO. 1 S3.3 13 (ivmiuute train), 9.10, 4.80, 4 9 4 40, S SO, 0 43, 7 80, 8 !. and 11 10 p. m. bundors, 0.30,7-10, 8.80, 93 a m.liJ, 130, 8 30, 4. JO, 4 40, 6 33, 0 43, 8 3 and 11 J J p m, tor Annapolis, 0.40 and 8 to a m , 15 10 and 4 35pm On bundays, 8 30 a. m ,4 40 p.m. Leato Annapolis 0 40, 8 30 a. m, 13 03,8.50, Jiopm, buuda)i, 8 30a ro.4 10p m. For Way btatlons between Washington and Baltimore, 8,640, 8 BO a. m, 1210, 8 30,4 40, 0 45 and llxo p. m On Bund ays, ,8 30 a. m., 1J, 8 30, 4 40, 6.45 and 11 30 p m )or stations on tbe Metropolitan Branob, to 43 a m, 4 40 p.m. for principal atatlona onlyMl010a.m, ts 30 and 8 55 p. m. .Un bundav flops at all stations. For Gatthersburg and Intermediate points, to 03 a. m., tl2 30 p. m., ts 35. For Itoyd'i and Intermediate stations, 11.90 p. m.dallv. Church train leaves WaMi'ngton on Sunday only at 1 13 p ra , stopping at all stations on Metropolitan Branch lor Frederick, tlO 33 a. m ,t5 30 pm. Ban dar. 1 is n m. for Uegerstown, tlO 10 a m. and t3 SO p.m. Trains nrrhe from Chicago daily 0 20 a. m. and 4 20 p. m; from Cincinnati and tit Louis, dally fl so a m. and 1 15 p. m ; from Plttsburs dally 7.30 a m,4U0p.m, Irom Philadelphia, Utctrr and Wllmlmr ton, 10 45 a in , 8 05, 8 and 9 JQ p. ra daily and T) 60 p.m. Prom Mngerly and Intermedlato points noithof Baltimore, 10a ra daily. Trains leave Baltimore for Washington at 5 10, 0 30. 7 JO, 9,90MOand 1030a m , U 15, 913,8,4 10, 5 03,6,0110 7.4 8 30 and lip m. On Sundays, 0 30,9, 9 05,10 a, m , LSQ, 8 13. 4. 10,605,080,7.43, 80ondllp m. t Except bunday. Daily. Boggapo called for nnd otieokod at hotels and residences on orders left at ticket oQlcos, 619 and 1351 Ta. are. W.M. CLEMENTS, C. K LOUD, Manager, Pen. Pass. Agent. PIEDMONT AIR LINE, BCHEDTJLK IN EFFECT SEPT, 1, 1887. 8 30 a m. East Tenmsxeo mail dally for War ronton, GordonHVltle, Charlottesville, Lyncbbnrjr and Btatlons between Alexan dria and LyncbburfT, Urlstol, Itoanoke, Unoxvlllo, Itome, Calora, Montcomery and New Orleans Pullman blooper V asblnitlon to Now Orleans. 11," 4 a m Fast mall dally for Warrenton, Clmrlottesvllle, Gordonsvllle, sUtlous Cbeapeake and Ohm route, Lynchburg, Itocky Mount. Danville and stations be tween Lyncbburs and DanvlUo, Uroons boro, itulelfib, Charlotte, Atlanta, Dlrm lntrbam, Montsomery, NewOrleans.Toxaa and Callforura. Pullman sleeper New xork to Atlanta, In tonnootion wltb Pull man sleeirs Atlanta to Now Orleans, and 11 aim boudoir sleepers for Birmingham, Vicksburtt and tihreveport Hotld iralus Wasblnitton to Allan ta. Does not connect ior u, aua u, roaiu poinui euuuays. B.35 p m, dally, excopt Sunday, for Manassas, Btrasburr and Intermedlato stations ; Con nects at Hlverton wltb a. V It. it. for Lu- ray, orrlTlnR 8 pm. 5.30 p, m eatern express dally for Warren ton, UordonsTlUe, tbarlottedville, Louis ville, Cincinnati and Summer resorts oa and near lino of Chesapeake and Ohio route. Pullman bloeiwre and solid trains Wanhlnston to Lonlsrllie, also for Lynchturjr, llrlstol. Cliattanoojia, Memphis, Little Rock and all tjoutbweat ern toliits. Ihrough Pullman aleepers Washlujrton to Memphis without Chanse, 1 1 P m (southern express dally for Lynchburg, Danville, Kaleigb,AbhevUle, Charlotte, Co lumbia, Aiken, Augusta Atlanta, Mont gomery.New OrleanB.Texasand California. Pullman sleepers Washington to Gal veston, Tex , via Atlanta, J.iontforaory and New Orleans. Pullman (deeper Washington to Augusta without change. TRAINS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO DIVISION Leave Washington 0 u a. m. dally, except tiunday. and i 45 p. m dally, arrive Pound Illll 11.37 a. m. aud 7 10 p. m t return ing, leave Itound 11111 C-05a. m, dallr aud IN p n, dally, except Bunday, arriving Washington B JO a. m and 8 Up m. Through trains from the Houlh via Char lotte, Danville and Lynchburg arrive in Wash ington 8 10 a ra. and 83J3 p in ; via East Ton ntsme, Urlstol and Lynchburg, at 10 15 a m. and 0 40 p. m j via Cbctiapeake and Ohio routa and Cburlottosvlllo, 9 40 p. m. btraaburs local fl 47 a. m Tickets, sleeping-car reservation and In formation furnUhcd and baggago chocked at cfitut, 1300 Pennsylvania avenue, and at Pas Kenger Station, Pennsylvania It It , Sixth aud 11 afreets, JAB L. TAYLOR, General Possengor Agent. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO ROUTE. (Newport News and Mississippi Valley Co. bchodulo in effect June B, 1SS7, Trains leave Union Depot, Sixth and D aU. 10 B7 A. M. ror Newport News, Old Point Comfort and Norfolk Dally except Sun day. Arrive In Norfolk 7 40 p. m. 1121 A. M For Mrginlu Uprlug-i, stations on the Cbesaponke & Ohio and points Went, patty except Sunday Observa tion car, Clmrlotiod.ttloto Clifton (forge, -jhrougn Pullman Iiuffut sleeping carv, Clifton Forge to I-ouUvlllo and St, Iouls, 6 30 P.M. Past Western extresa dally. Solid train, with Pullman Uuffet sloeplng ours to Loulavillo. Pullman service to Clu cinnatl, St. Louis, Memphis and Now Orleans ODlco, in ronn.rlv.i-la "" Gen l'an. Agent. oABPiriNai. GEO. WILLNER Du in itooK a full Une ot OarpetlnKS. ill nulee Oilcloths. Cocoa anil Btraw Uittlncs. Also latest Itlles lo Well Panar, Window Bh&de, and Curtain Oooai. wive Window and Doof soreons. FBIOza U)H, ta anrni itbut hobtbwirj V9 -?"" ..-.....,..