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u 1 ,'. U THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 10, 1887. Vv I' . 'Si WASHINGTON 0KIT10 CITY SVE01A.L8. Illirhnll'n I'.lcsnnlly Kiirnldicit lllnlns I'nrlnrn Tbo tenia! proprietor of tills centrally lo l stol restaurant, on the corner of Tenth ao.l r streets northwest, makes a specialty of occommchlitInK lady shorpcrs ";', !hcr! In that popular locality, lilt ladles' anil Kentlcmen's illnlnR parlors arc on the sec ond floor, entrance on Tenth street, and arc lKiJonJ question araonet the handsomest equipped dining-rooms In the .S alional Lap- ltal. llotrt H linlor. comer of Fifteenth itreet and New York arcnur, It the moat convenient place for Senator!, Representatives end officials to re eMr, as It has streetcar connection! with all putt of thccltr. tio to It, A. olitrir Klh mill, Waihlntton Market, fur can tas rack end red bead ducks, all MnJl of came, fresh fith, Kennetec salmon, terra pint, lobttert, sliders and oyttcrt. Tele phone M! 3. 3lrt. I'm llri-,ctliinn,Opentiis, which taVet place to-day at IVM Eleventh tlrtet norumett, will Ns continued duties the week, where the finest and hand fcmttt att ortment of new art needle work, cmhrolderlet and other superb tnatertalt eter shown in the National Capital will be en exhibition fc ItrUcr'i lt)c I'ordlnl. for cocjts. coldi and all bronchial trouble, ft per bctlle. Perot, MS l'a. are. north ern. i:rrjtKHt3 Hnon It at tie eel; mnutictattr; clothlert of iitti.lt dec. end our low pricea ere In ac- r;rt5Ce. Dtas BKO,cor Tthand t, t ur lerse line of fS Children's f ulu. llrlier'n ltje Cordial. r? rur f.r ttrcchl and colds. One fa. u r" totUe. lVpot, V8 l'a. arenne zuiiwiu. IPO lllffrrtnt ntjlcat ci insider DUa Lace Flna, lo-;l.t irorr. a rtairttc Icy-orteT, will be told froa rfitri. Ltw caiiitBtt, tie Jeweler, C2Srezt.JlTirlaaT(. toctteatt. ttMnt or liar na.rsrtti ! tiiit'tiinS-MwcJ hMl.. .M W Orel's WatWrriait... ...... 3 CO Out's Ite calf but , ball, and cocj.. Q SO hkiln' 111, ctnslce hand stitched ... 50 lilts' iit kid button 1 SO Oir !:' coat and kid button at ! can re l be tat. icstll' tchool thoet, button or ball., $1. W. S. Bbown, C05 l'a. are. a. e. llrdillnc rrr-flcntt In CTeat assortment and at bargains. Cal lliher, the Jeweler, No. 523 Pennsylvania avenue southeast. It In Uut ortlie lnefitlon for the other clothlcra to compete with our low prices. Eisemim linos., Manufacturers, cor. 7th and E. Bee the line ot $13 CO Overcoats. Look In Ulcrts'ri Vflndow, No. 1014 F atrect northwest, and eeo a wheelbarrow load of Imported tooth brusbca. Every brush warranted. Trice only nineteen cents. The tliieenor llccm. The only beer for ladles. For IiOungcH and Couchcn Brcltbarth's la tho place where can be found acomplcte line, from the medium to the best manufactured, covered In all tho lalcitdeslcne In upholstery, l'lushea, petty Fiolnts, English valour, tapestries and eatber, at prlcca that defy competition. Remember, UiiBtTiiauTn's, eleventh alreet northwest, Odd-Fellow Hall. Mantle ajaMni-tn, Ucantlrul Ilcalsns. In atock, walnut, cherry and ord oak. Li brary seta In walnut, cherry and ord oak, upholstered In Itussla leather, color to suit. Ht,lMTTlltlTn'- Bevenlh etrcct norlhwcet, Odd-Fellow Hall. The tltieen of llecrrt la a tiiflo higher In price, but ot superior quality to all others. Oar Hquare Itcallnir 1'rlncllilcti Is a triumph of rlsht over wron. Kiscman lluos , Manufacturera, (lor. 7tb and H. Bee our Hoe of $10 and $12.50 Casslmcre Buita. Lnrnooiurn cthbck nooEs made to order. IUndsomo dealgns. Kervand, 1012 Tenn eylvanla avenue. ltuddcna rarnlturc. Carpet and MloelIouHo tnakea a specialty ot nnlon-made p-oods. seed of anything in his line, Rive him a call. Ilia pricea are as reaeooauie, ms terms as easy and his goods as reliable as can be found elsewhere. Kcmember tho place ' ltUDDSN'S, C3O-033 Seventh etrcct northwest. Sign of the unton-mado stoves. lloasekeeperai ntia utherH, Atten tionl Smith's reliable Installment house, eligi bly located at 453 Pennsylvania avenue northwest, haa a full atock ot heating and cooking eiovea, ranges, carpels, lurmiuro, blankets, comforters, parlor and dlnlog rooms sets, etc. These goods are staple articles, and they are In demand and will be told on easy terms, by the week or month, on the Installment plan, to suit their customers. J'roiiln Hliop About and finally buy at the only clothing manu facturers of ii asblogton. Kisbman linos., cor. 7th and h The low pricea on our large lino ot Over coats is one of the causes. Monoorims and address dies stamped in colore at low fjgurea. Kervand'a, 1013 Pennsylvania avenue. LionTMNa none, electric work. J, II. KuEuu.Na, 1313 l'a. sve. It in the JICNt. Ask for it. Bcblltzs' Milwaukee Lager Beer. For sale by all leading houses. For lVnMlilniitoit Jlretmert lleef go to John It. Kelly, stalls C3S, 029 and 030 Centre Market, and 2011 and SOj Northorn Liberty. Corned beef a specialty. tV. II. llouelitnii A Co., 121 1 V Mtrrrt A'orthiicHf, have reclved their now line of Furniture, Carpeta, Upholstering Goods and iVal Paper for fall. Furolture upholstered. 8plcndld assortment at lowcat prices. VurriNO LinDS neatly engraved from Tour platea at 75 centa per hundred. Ker vand, 1012 Pennsylvania avenue, Drliilt I'lill. Ilet lirewlnic Com mnyfH Jlllnuuhce llecr, the acknowledged Beer ot the District. For trade-mark (which appears ou every bottle), see Bunday papcra. Ketallod by dealers generally and wholesale only by T. U. liar per, 703 and 705 North Capitol street. To the f,ndlci. Bend your lace curtains to the Swiss Steam Laundry, 1323 F street. iti Xot iwccmnrv to buy every new book that comes out, when you may have the prlvllogo ot reading all you want at the low price of $5 subscrip tion for an entire year. Mr. J. U. Free, Jr., No. 1343 F strict northwest, has all the standard works and all tbe new booka aa eooo as published. Call and subscribe. , LloniKlNa nona repaired. Speaking tubes. J. II. Kvcuuso, 1313 1'u. ave. CDHlimrre lloiuiuet rVrrumo la unexcelled In exnultlte combination of delicate odors. Colgate A. Co. are tbe largist perfumers. "Alderney italry Unisond." Frefh Alderney butter, churrtel every morning and delivered In i lb "Ward" prlnta, 40c. per lb. Also cottage cbeata. buttermilk and awcet milk, 5c. par it. cream, 15. per pu iiliy lie Felt Ho. First St. l'aul Cltlzen-IIello, Jonctl bow do JCU feell Second Clllzrn Ab, I fi-el all torn up, "ii bal'a the matter with you!" ""I expect I'm on tho stretta too much." dt. l'aul Globe, rut: tor.uii: or tiik "aj'imi'." An AmmlncFplAmln In llin HUtorr of tlieArrou sleniuslilp Coniniijr. Jlcfcrrlng to tlio Jhiiittl ctposcnf tlio Arrow Stcamslilp Company anil tlio statement ot Mr. l'rycr to tho cited thnt "I nm tho ship," ft well known citizen said ycstcrdayi "It reminds mo of n little occurrence of Iftil summer. You know ono of the provisions of the company was In tho nature of n frco pass for stockholders on nil vessels owned or managed by them, Tho shares wcro peddled around tho Departments nnd huslocss houses hero at ten dollars each, and many clerks and huslocss men reveled la the Idea of ocean voyages undo with cheapness and dispatch. "lfujcrs wcro Impressed hy state ments to tho cITect that the head man of the concern had such an expansive heart and such an Indomitable will that he had secured tho advantages of this great scheme to the middle and poorer classes, nnd would under no circum stances yield to grasping capitalists, who wcro yearning for his slock la largo blocks, lie wanted everybody to lmvc a share or a few shares, at the small ptlce of ten dollars, and then fast time was to give them free rides and large dividends. "Atrogant capital was to he held at a safe distance and tho Pocahontas and her sister icsscls (In prospective) wcro to be controlled by him In person, and run solclr In the Interest of the ten dollar subscriber 'tho ladles, God bless them, rrcfe'tcd.' THE "triLiV" llEiVES is stanT. "Well, the company did come Into possession ot a vessel they did not build, but bought It. Formerly a tug boat, they had It remodeled and lilted out as a sort of launch to carry passes gcrs. The name ot the boat was the Spray and It only voyoged between Alexandria and this city as a means of conveyance for the Important person ages of the company. Most of its time was spent alongside the wharf at the ship yard, and hero It was that It was spied by a party of the Washington stockholders who had gone down on a Sunday afternoon to cast admiring glances at tho lengthy beam at tight angles with tho river, which they were confidentially Informed tho keel of tho Pocahontas was to bo laid upon. They conceived tho Idea that tho Spray would bo an excellent means of convcyanco for an outing on the lower river, and at onco made Inquiry re gardlng her. Tho party wero referred to the Washington olllcc. THE EXCUHSIOXISTS. "They consisted of a well-known Jeweler, a dealer In the lacteal fluid, a wholesalo confectioner, ono of our prominent restaurateurs, an under taker, a couple ot Government cm ploycs and others to tho number of ten, They called at tho Washington ofllco of tho companv. third-story front, on 1, between Tenth and Eleventh streets, whero they found tho local end of tho establishment In Mr. Wlddlcombe. New York had to bo consulted, which was done, and after considerable delay and the correspondence necessary to display tho dignity and Importauco of such a vast concern, tho stockholders were informed that tho boat would bo placed at their disposal at tho tlmo appointed. "Tho tlmo named was on a Saturday afternoon, and some ot tho cvpectant excursionists went over to Alexandria and sailed up on tho steamer. Sho lay at tho Eighth street wharf, and sup- Ellcs galore wero purchased for tho appy crew. Tho gay and festlvo crowd assembled at tho establishment of tho restaurant stockholder and pro cccded to prepare for their voyage. ANTICIPATION. "Great baskets of liquid and solid re freshments wcro in waiting and ready to bo transported to the boat. Tho ox curstonists wcro arrayed In nautical and piscatorial costume, according to tho iancy ot each, anu an wcro in nigu expectancy when therocamo A 6VD 1ILOW Inthoshapo ot a note from tho afore, mentioned Mr. Wlddlcombe. llo had not been invited to accompany tho party, and us tho regulations required that a representative should be on each ono of the company's vessels, he In formed tho party that ho had ordered the ship to hcavo anchor and sail hack to tho undent cltv. "The dull thud of silence wllU which tho announcement from him was received was onlv caualed bv the muUI tudo of profane cxplctlxea which tho disappointed party applied to his phy sical and spiritual form, and, as the citizen said, If Mr. Fryer was the Pocahontas Wlddlcombe certainly was tho 'Spray.' " VJ lien Your :Verc HotNcr Yon, Invigorate them. Whin your night's repose Is unsound or un re freshing, you appetite Jaded or capricious, when slight nolsescauso you to start, and annoyances of slight mo ment abnormally worry you, know three things, viz: 1st, that your nerves aro weak; 2d, that you need a tonic; 3d, that Its name la Iloetetttr's Btomach Hitters, the prompt est, safest, most popular article of Its class. The ntivea are susceptible of Invleoratlon only hy promo tint; an Increase of vlRor la the processes of digestion and tavlgordtlon. Narcotics and sedatives havo tbelr utility, hut In tho main, and If tbelr u;e be contin ued, thy are unsafe. A wineglass of the Hitters before retiring;, and a repetition of the same during the day before or after meals, Is far more likely to confer health yielding sleep than repeated doses of an opiate. Dyspepsia, debility, Inactivity of the kidneys and bladder, fever and ague, and other malarial complaints, are always dominaicu acu suDuueu vy u. Jdinulnff Amuck In tlio "lHllon." Pavld Filling, a horse dealer, ran amuck In Charles Lung's bar-room at Eleventh and O streets northwest, yesterday, whllo lo toxlcated, and fired three times at Lung? his wife and Klchard Grey, who tried to dUarm him. None of tbu fcbots took cf feet, and ctTlctr byruci took blm to the statlon-bouee where ho was held charged wllh assault and bittcry with latent to kill. A uiiEiaiURROW load of imported Cas tile soup, at 10 cents per pound, rasy be teen lo Merit's window, No. 1014 V street nortbwett. Tor "worn-out," "run-down." diblllta- tcd school U-achcrt, milliners, BuiniHtrifMB, house koeptrs, nwl jetLIe woiren Kimrullj, Dr. Picrc-o'a Fuvorlto I'rcm ription is tho tmflt of all reetorntho tonlrn. It Is not a "Curo-till." hut admirably fulfills n nlnjrlo nessof purpeisp, ti hitraiuemt imttnt hptl tlo for ull tlioso Cbiijulo Utttktu km und DUiascs peculiar to wonitn. It isnpowcr ful, froncrnl as writ s uttilin1, tnnlo and rurvlno, und Impart .Iiror nml BtnnKth to thowhol.i n)stttn. It prompt I v (.una wtak ncss of etomath, irulltr llon, Lhmt Inir, v i nk litiok, nenoiw primtrntlnn, ddilllty and lifr-plfssnitis. In iithir bcx. l'morlto l'i wrliitlun Is '! 1 by driiRK Uta undc r our j-f-thc nunmntee. k wniiM r nrmiud b;itlo. I'rlco 61.00, or Six Ilutlk- Mr &7.00, A luriro Troatlno on DIhchws ot no,nm (100 puiros), prnfusdy ilhiBtrattd, sent for ten ifnis In stamps. AocxATioN.u.l Main K Uuifolo.N V. SICK II HA UACIIH Dillons Hotdniho, and UoiiKtliHUlon. cnn-U by Dr. I'itrou'i Ptllctfl. S3 venta u vial, by drujftfUts, Tho NiiIp nf Urnnt llfliv Ten nt tbo bouses composlog what It known as (Irant Uow, or Congress Block, on Kast Capitol street, between Second and llitrd streets, and two bouscaln (Irant Koir ou A street southeast, wcro sold at auction yesterday by lluncanson Brothers, In pur euaceeof a decrco passed by tho Buprcmo Court of tbe District ot Columbia, In tho case of tbo l'birnlx Mutual Life losurince Company against Albert (Irant and others. All of tbo property waa bought In by tho Tbtrnlx Company. Senator Blair's resldcnco, 201 Kast Capitol street. Bold as lot No. 1, brought $15,71X1; No. 203, $11,000; No 217, $11,(00; No. 200, $10,700; No. 311, $10,000; No 216, $14,200; No. 217, $11,100. No. 210, $10,KH1; No. 221. 11,000; No. 223, $(1,000; total, $113,100. The proporty described as lot No. 10, on A atrict, brought $0,000, and No. 17, JO.TOO; Apt In Hrr French. As iVIlllam bent over her fair face, be whispered "Darling, If I should ask you In French If I might kits you, what would jou answer!" Sac, summoning up her scanty know! edge of tbe French "llilltt iJoiij" Uurltngton Freo I'rcss. gIJ!it!i5 m POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thin powder nercr vanes, a marrol ot purity, ttrcnctb and wholetiomenoss. More economical than tho ordinary kinds, and can not bo sold In competition with tbe multitude of low test, short weight alum or jnhoiphato Kwderi aSr(i only in cam. ItOYrVLlIAK Q rOWDBHCO. lOUWall ftt.N.Y. SEASON 1887-88, TELENIONE CALL, 017. ,.tidfjJE ALL GOODS Sold at New York Prices Aasortert Oases of one dozen Wines, X.lqaors and Cordials nt Dozen 1'rlces Forest & Belleau, Europe's Favorite CHAMPAGNE. S-wrcot. 3D3?7-. 33?-u.t- Prcferrcd on account of Its superior flavor. Onlcoat all rricclpal hotels and a. a aoRNWELi. & son, I'cnnsyltanln Avenue, AXELT FRANCKB, Agent, 110 Wall stroot, Now York. BOOTS ANU SHOES. DO YOU KNOW That tlero Ii as much dlffcrcneo In shooi aa In corner lots 1 You go to a cheap hotel and pay 25 cents for a poor dinner, whllo at an other you pay S3 for a pood ono. As a rules, you say the hlnti priced H tlio beat, because It was of better quality and bettor cooLol. bo lthbUUi;3. You can't make aood bhoetout of poor material. Wo all lcuru.br experi ence, and when Your Lesson Is learned In this way It Is rarely over forgot ten. Haven't you often been tomptod to purchase cheap Hhooi that looked all the world as well as higher priced itoodtT IT, how eter, tou want to put your money where It will do tho most good, tafco our advko and buy nothing hut Reliable, M-Me Shoes Each as Geo. W. Rich, 717 Market Space, Keep, and, outword for It. you'll thank us Tor tho buccostlon. Ho puts hotl-platos on rubber shoes or 10o. FINE SHOES Of every description, Bultaod to the wants of all, Stylish, dura olo, com ortablo and per feet fitting Made especially for us by tbo best manufacturers. Wo carry a large Btock In every department and seldom fall la salt ing a customer. DlLTON & STRICKLAND, G39 Pn. .A.-CT-0., Washington, D. 0. One-Price Shoo Store, A. L. HAZELTON, 423 Htsvenlli Htrflet. Under Odd-Fellows' UaU. E. C, Burt's Fine Shoes for Ladlos aspocliIty 4i!71Uthbt.M.W. C37 l'a. Are. hint, I have a lot of Fins Bhoes, my own make, that 1 wUl soil at a bargain. Olio mo a trial. , " . ".-" 'u.m s'imsY&'cctrVct.mw. .,yy.y:".,:v."?fgfrJte:.'i-'Ai. sSSs Tuantoiog Sale or Linens. After ample preparations wc are ready for the Linen trade. It has been our cus tom every year at this time to inaugurate a Grand Spe cial Sale of Table Linens, as so many housewives like to set of! their Thanksgiving Day dinner with an entirely new outfit of Table Linen. Our present stock surpasses in point of immensity, at tractivencss and intrinsic value every previous Thanksgiving offering, and we take especial pride In soliciting your personal in spection. We have secured a number of special drives, and guarantee you the best values possibly obtainable. As wc cater to all, wc start the stock at the lowest grade we consider worth the buying, and touch every in termediate quality up to the best made. t-luch Cream German Llnon Damasks, Only 33o per yard, Co-Inch Cream German Ltnon Damaiks, Only 1lo per yard. CO Inch, extra, Ctoam German Linen Table uamnv&B, Only 43 and 40c per yard. CC Inch Cream Gorman Linen Tablo Damasks, oO, C nnd OSo por yard. 04 and CT'lncb, at 73o; CSlncb, at STlaO per yd. SrixiAL 50 pieces 74 inch Cream German Linen Table Damasks, excellent heavy quality, thirteen choice patterns. Usually sold at $1.50. Only $1 per yard. Bleached Table Damaslcs.' Best German soft-water bleached Linens, excel- lent qualities, most desirable patterns, and the best values yet offered. Hindi soo CO Inch, all wlilto or rod border. 53o GS-lncu, vrhlto 03o CC-locb. white, flno quality TSo 7Much, worth tl 67H0 7Mncli, superior, worth SI 53 S1.00 7Jlnch, extra 51.23, S1.50 and S-'.OO 81 Inch 51.73, ,,'.oo and SJ.S3 OS'lnch, auporflno 82.50 Red DamasKs. 6o-inch Turkey Red Table Damasks, ten choice pat terns, fast colors, only 50c per yd. 60-inch Cardinal Table Damasks, with white border, excellent quality, only 75c per yd. 72-inch German Linen Red Table Damasks, extra heavy quality, only $1 per per yd. 56-inch fine Toilanette Table Damasks, variety of fancy mixed colors, only $1.15 per yd. 72-inch l'ink German Linen Table Damasks, very choice, exquisite designs, usually sold at $1.50, only $1.25 per yd. Doylies ana Napkins. ICO Dozen'.riald Linen Doylies, Only &Co por doz. ICO dozen S-S Uleaclied German Damask Napkin, Only COa per doz. 1,000 dozen 5-8 Bleached German Linen Damask Table Napkins, full sel. vedge, extra fine qualities, large variety of choice pat terns, many of them match ing me lauic uamasiis in design. !1 co si.ro s;m in i?s aoo in uco to 901 C niearlied (Icrman Llnon Damask Tablo Napkins, full BehmJito,il03lrabo pattorns and I'lcolleut valuos, SJ a, $1.73, SI, 81 W anJ S3 tier doz. tou dozen 9 nlcachod acrman Llnon Table Na kins, xiUlslto patterns, suicrllno (mail, lion, many matching tbo Damasks lu doslgn, audarouuoualol bargains. J.'CO Si.v, I'.l a n 4.V) 7.W s 30 r.oo and up. Specials. 100 do7cnM Cream Ocrmin IJnon Damnsk Table Napkins, full selvedite, choice pattuiiH, extra flno quality, and previous to this pur chase sold for f i 50, Only S3 por doz. Elegant Line of Tablo Cloths, Crumb Cloths, Tray Covers, fclJe Board Ctothi, tic, ttc, Ac. Each and everything of fered at the most reasonable prices consistent with first class qualities. (Second lloor) WOODWARD & LOTHROP, Corner 11th and F StraoU N. W. KTOTO'S You aronosrcctfullr Invited to Attend our First Clearing Bale of Cloaks lillitiery Etc. J . ilSrCKS PALACE, 814 Seventh Street Northwest. Please Note the Following Prices: ISO Children's and Mlnses Cloaks at Sl.W, 100 Ciilldrc-'fl and Misses' Cloaks at 8 l'a. ?3 Children's and Misses Cloaks at $3.60. 1,000 eicIuMvo ttylcs of Children's and Misses' Coats from 81 to 83. 8oo Elegant riash Coats at 310, $19, tso and MjIIjIi Hush Newmarkets at 813 only. Our Great Slaughter in Millinery. Btceant Felt Hats, in all tho loading shapes, I at wo. French Felt Hats at7So,00o,81 anl Sl.3 I Silk Dcaver Hats, nt $ 1, $1 23 and 815. 10do7cn Children's Lawn Tennis Hat, In blue, sao. Knit BMortment nf Trtmmnrt nnd Tin. i trimmed Children's Ielt llals, at Wo, 750 and I DON'T NEGLECT TO CALL, AT ZKIIISra-'S PALACE, 814 Seventh Street Northwest. aJ- -V-i IcopyrttDtod.l 931 Pennsylvania Avenue. E. We Have Opened A Branch Store AT For tho Exclusive sale of Gents' $4,00 Hand-Sewed and $3,00 French Welt Shoe Home. Crawford A, Co. 3Innufactarers. SELLING DIRECT TO CONSUMERS. &AS STOVES Qrb Boilers at $1.15 and Tea or GS-.A.S Cookers Porllarge and amall families. Just tbo stove tor summer nse, as yoa extinguish tho fire tbe Instant the cooking Is done -ITor1 Balo Washington Gaslight Company 413 Tenth Street Northwest. Piiil7N afla vCJGAF8JlimT0DACCO;i ?-f'n &A 0 f C" r.-a ,2& 09 loa ST, n.W?A Hole Agents for tho Ilanner Clfturrus DEALER IN Paints, Oils, Glass, ItruBliea, Vwi-nUlie", OIuam. Caator und NeaU Voot I11 12S2 BKYBNTI1 8TQSST NOUT T, a " fr, u v !( .viri yLMLVIJc.ritix.RtMLriiMr."ri ftM ?AAOj Ladle nnd Mtstos Jackets at 1155,$), j.uu iu pj. nfltrlans. nobbT fttid nice. In all colon, ntt own Importation, nt$9, $, SlUatUSU. Stylish and nobby l'lusli Vlsttosat $U, 813 and $lt). 1 IW.0O0 wortli of Wrap. In all Ibo1oi11ni; styles and bost quality. Must tio sold. Call . and examine our Immonso stock and asoir tain our prices before purchasing. noo Elegant rat torn Hats and Donnots at 82.M, 83, $t, $5, $9. 810,000 worth of Fancy Wlnni, Iilrds. riumes And Tips., Tlio finest display orory exhibited. ' via Velvets, riuthos, Ribbons and Millinery Si per cent, than else v. horo. Kid Gloves. Corsets. Worst od Cools. Fur Trimmings, .uuus ana uusiios at bottom Beioiis in Wall Street Tho "Bon'4 boos abroad and both bulls and bears are happy. Wo try to make every man hat V7 by fitting lilm out with a BEAUTIFUL Prince Albert Coat MADE FHOM i:nulisii worsted. Our storo Is rrc-emlncntly The - Place - for - Fine - Goods Out wo soil a Stylish PRINCE ALBERT Corkscrew Suit 3TOK IE Or ono Lined with Silk for tio. All Inter mediate Grades. EOR C00IIN&! $1.50 for instantly making Coffee. "by tlio- JOB PBINTINa, riiiuuiAS HcniLi. o co. JL (bnocoasora to McUUl A Wltherow), rniNTURs and STEiiKOTpyKiia, No, HOT E St. Korthwoat, Waallneton. 0, 0 OOOD WOIIK AT FAIR TRICKS. II. O, 1'ULKINUUllN, Book, Job and Poster Printer, 033 AND OJ4 D STUKET N. W. Near corner 7th st. CIGARS AND TOBACCO. K. of L. Made Oiar And Knlahts of iAbor MMOKINO and CH B W 1NU loitACCit, manufactured by tho Na tional K, ot I: Co operativo Com pany, It&lelftb, U, U, orsalo by J- - OR3333VE, 8S3 I'enna. Are, twtvent frrlhe Celebrated Holler Organi priced 13 and 110, nLOTHINO. NOW IS THE TIME To huy your WINTER CLOTHING Oents Suits, rantrlni? from V to 810: Over roam from ft to V Men's Worklnir rants, fl, $1 ii. $lLOand tl; Hoys' Pants. 75o, 81 to fljo; Hoys Hulls, all-wool, with uliort pants, K 11 nnd 80, worth 810; Dnya' School Hats and Clips, 13. 25 and IWc; MlsseV and Hoys' Hibool Shoes, from 81 upward. Tho bost SI ro bbooA In tho city, and our 8 J Bhoos can't u beat, at J. W. SELBY'S, lDK-1016 rENN. AVK.N.W. HL 3D. "BAJEUEl, Importer and Tailor. Spring: Goods, til of the Latest Novel ties) English, French and Scotch Boltings, etc., Jott arrived Mr, DARK personally fits all garments made In our establishment. 1111 Penna. Avenue. FINE 1TEBPB00F CLOTHING. NKWESTSTTIaKSof 811k and Alpaca Sur face KUimSR WHAl'y. Including the follow iriR btylcs: Nov markets. closoUttinff, with sloovoi. caios and hood; Kensington, half cloeo flttlnfr. with arm capos and hood; Circu lars, loo!oflttln(r. with hood; Fine Indli Strlpo Wraps, In circular, radians and Lnn trys. Theso aro tho latest and bost thlOfis la Qomamers. JIcn'H All wool Cloth Maoklntoih Coats, Men's Itcverso Cloth and Ilubber dats, l'latn Black Uossamcrs In all prade. Men's Hno Itiihber Coats, Caroi and Talmas, Hubbcr Ilorao CoTcru and Wneon Apronn. Th OnotlTEAR HUUI1KR CO.'S BOOTS and BHOES are celebrated tho world ovor for their superior quality. Wo pnarantee 13JT TOM I'lUCKS for goods of similar quality. Goodyoar Rubber Co., 809 Oth st. n. w , near Fa. ave. MELVII.Li: LINDSAY, Manager. Ioor Rubber Goods are dear at any price. BREWERIES. Association. AMERICA'S LARGEST BREWERY. Browing Capacity per Annum, 600,000 33a.3?2?ola- 0FFIC3 AND DETOT Corner nrst street and Virginia avenue, TBAMK BOnWABZ. Axent. PIANOS. mm fi.3stos, Unequaled In Tone Touch, Work manship and Durability! SECOND-HAND MANOS, a fine assortment ot prominent makes at all prices. 1'IANOS FOB RKNT. WM. KNABB & 817 Market Space. CO., HA! PIANOS. W. G. METZEROTT & CO., 003 l'eDimjlvanlti Ave FINANCIAL. B.K.PLil. IV. B. HIBBS B. K. PLAIN & CO. 'l unoKEna, Grain, Provisions and Stock: BTO AND F BTS. AND 1423 P ST.. Washlnston, II. O. City Itoloroncefl. COLUMBIA NATIONAL DANE. Chlcosa OorrosDoadonta Mllmlao. Bodman A Co. Constant qnotatlons or the Chicago and Now York Markets br epoclQI wlro. PHOTO-BNGRAVINQ. DavlDi: reoentlT flttod up a Photo-Engraving EstabUBhmant, In connection with mr patent Fltocasa, I am preitftrixl tu fornlsh ILLCSTnATIOSS AT NEW YORK PRICES. PrjOtograpblDff ouWood tor tho Trade. Maunoe Joyoo, 1B ELEVENTH STREET. N. W. The Kemington TYPE-WHITER. STATIONERY AND SUPPLIES. NEW DROP CAUINKTO. WYOEOPT, BKAMAN3 & DENEDICT, ooner of 8th and F sta, Telcpt.no tio. tM-I. CHICERI1 BESTjmlsTRlCT. TTMPRKOI3UKHTRII ATTKAUTIONl Over n ailltlnn DlAtrlhutrdl Louisiana State Lottery Co. Incorporated by the LrRtstatnro In UMfor rducatlunal nd t harltabla purposes, and Uj franc hlsemaile fttmit of the imwont bt4to Ions It ut Ion In 189, by an overwholminJ iwpularvoto. Its Grand Slnglo Nambor Drawtniri will toseplaco every month, and Its Oratid 80ml Annual Drftwinps take place evory alx months (Juno and December). "ir (tohertty certify that ir iitpertltt tht arranffrtntnttfor att th Monthly anUSunl-An nuat Dtawinyt of tfi4 LouMina Statt Lot. ttry Cori'Txtntr, ana In union wnnngt anl eon trot the Draw not thetiuttittr, ami that tht timA art eomlucttil w4 hont$tyfarnttt an tin goo t faith toicarJ tit mrtiet. ami wt atthoriu tht Company to utt this ctrtljlcatt In Uj wlvtrtUt tntnli." y Commissioners. We, the nndorslfrnod Banks and Bankers, will pay all iTlzos drawn In tlio Loultltna btftto Lotteries which may bo presentod at our counters: J. ll.OJLM.BTt rres. Lt. Nst. IHnk. riUltlK I,AAl, l'rcs. Mstat. Uank. A.IIltDH'l.f 1'res.N.U.Ast.Bsflk. I'AIIh hUHV, rros. CnIonst.Bank. Grntid Rrml'Aniitiut Drnwlnir, at the Academy c f Mulo, ow Orleans, TUCSDAY. DccemUr 13, lbS7. Capital Prizo $300,000, IW.CCO Tickets ot Twenty Dollars cnoh. irtcru, S3; 'lo tlenlhv. $1. list or rturss. lrmnoF $joo,ooo sweo irmBor ioocoo u ioo.coo II'XIKOK TiOOiU Is MOOO 1IMIIISOF S0(0 Is 210C0 2VMHMV 1001W are MOiU ftPKlKsoK 0,000 are nyjao saritlpsop i.ora aro mow icoi'itlr'SOF ri aro fco.ooi LIU ri(lEJF &C0 HllES OP AimOXlMATIOH rniZES, irorrlrcsofroaro sso.ooo ico Prizes of Ifioo aro 30.ooJ icorrlzcsof e-AWaro i.0,000 TKIIM1HAL l'RUEf. 1.000 Trl7cs or SlOOaro IO0(K1 l.ccorrlzcsof guoaro loo.ooo 3,130 1'ilzcs amounting to $1,033,000 3fFor Club Tiatos or any further Informa tion apply to tho undersigned, lourluad wrltlns muEt he distinct and btynaturt plain, IMororaTM return mall delivery will boas surcd by you enclosing an Knvclopo boarluj your full address, tcnd Postal Notes, Express Money Orders or New York Exchange In ordinary lottor. Cur rency by express tat our expense; addrosded Of. A, UAUi'IIIN, New Orleans, La Address llcftUtcred Letters to New Orleans Nation. Ihuk, Waw Orleoni, La REMEMBKIt that the presence or Generals Beaurccard and Karly, who aro In charae of tho drawings, Is a puurantoo of absolute fair ness and Integrity, that tho chant-on ore all oqnnl, and that no ono can poaslblv divine hat numluT will draw n prize. "ItEMEMItKH. Rlfio, thnt tho pivment of prizes Is UUA1UNTEKD 11V FOUR NA TIONAL BANKS of Now Orleans, and the tickets are slfrncd by tho President of an ln stilt it ton who'o chartered rljibta aro recog nized In tho hltrhost Courti; tbercforo, beware of all Imif ationw and nnonvmein we-tiomnw M WOOD AND COAL. Y. BALDWIN JOHNSON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In WOOD AND COAL. Complete Facilities. Bottom Prices. Full Welubt and Measure. Wood and coal direct from the forests and mines by rail and water, and free from slag, slate and other Impurities. OIVK MB A TRIAL. Main Yard and OOlee, ion H. I. ave. n.w. Branch" " &llAat.n.e. Brunch OQlce, corner oth and K sts. n. w. All conneeited bv telephone COAL! OO-VLil AWAY DOWNI BUT YOUIt WINTEUbUrPLY NOW. not weather to talk coal, but prices are so tow It will pay you to call on A. B. mlth and leavo your order to-day. Coal, direct from tbo mines, arriving dally per carB at Coal Depot, 1st and L sts n o, 11. and 0. It 11. Oflitc, cod New York nvo n w. Call at either placo and secure your supply. Julr prices, cheap. A . H,Tr COO Now York meimie. TJSK cruise.. BXEltl.INO. U1NNF(II.A, cult isnnr. or (IOLUKN UII.L FLOU R, And yon will always havo bountiful Droad, KolU and IltBcnlts. Wboloale Uopot, coraer Hrst street and Indlaui avenue. WM. M. (IAI.T A CO. JUIilUhL ELY'S CATABBK pntiiir i)ii 11 V lltMJl I)rtL.lltS7'DniV.,r.ilW1 DnttV; llluBniKi tlm BWS'lvlaCUOrCwW'lti Na.nl re..;.CH,BTOytAD, Allay. IMln HAYFEVER Wj iDalatnmatloni j Heals the Sores, Kentoros tho Sensea of Tnite Hnas.ucu. HAV-tEVC: THY the (JUItK. A rnrtlclo Is npi11ed Into each nostril and Is ociiirble. I'rko w ruats nt dnujlt; hy mull, refilotcred, (W els i:LV llUOTilliUH, StfldHtiiwiLliet , Now York. DETJMEMESS Or the Mqnor Huhlt Vnn Ha Oarrd jjy AiiiiiiHiniuriiiK ur.iimuci' Oolden Npeclde. Can bo jrtven In a cup of coffee or tea with oat tho knowlodnool tho person taking It. It Is absolutely harmless, and will effect a ttr manoDt and erfdy euro, whether the patient H a PMHluate drinker r an uleohollo wrocS, It has been iilTtn in thousands of laws, aid In t ory lDtance a iwrfcut our has followed. It never full. Iho syntotl onco lm,ire nattd vtlthihe htu lllu, It butomes nnutttr InitoaslhllUy forllio llijuor nptvitlte lo oxlt. 1-orsalo byB, I'.Waro, under Kbbltt House: U.K. Jlolphcnstlno, Fourteenth Btrcet ao'l Vermont monue. wanhhigton. UKA1C, UNltKVKI.OI'KU I'AIllS ot tho lody cnlnrecd and ironatjinnol .fi'l iiiirtl(iilurifnt (rcaled) free, KHIB MBUI- I'Ai. 1 1) , nurrAiu, r. i Con smn lit I oil CURED AT HOME. NEW PAMPHLET t'HER, OriQ M)UTU MIIOAD H1KKKT,, II II a PIMI.A tiki iiri a ui s Ur.nfV.t'aseaCarhulatuurTarlultiUeiiaV Mead for Aen ramphUt aad Mama tail l'pcr. jp hmESWm I z& JLyM HiWV' U5w. llfciSLl viiironchitis, anda n iTwwZ li4