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TnE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER .1, 1887.
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WASHINGTON 0RIT10
wry srzciALS.
Hncrlnl Notice.
To the Merchants nnd Public r
The Merchants' Tared Delivery Company
of Wishing ton request you to rcfuso sign
lriR a contract, or making arrangements
with any company lor the delivery ol your
trunks, parcels, er merchandise of any
description, until our agent la seen. Our
system ! superior to any, and our prices are
euro to Rive eatUfulloo. We will be rei.ly
for Ibe reception of business Monday, De
cember J5. l)o not fall to see our advertise
inent In Sunday paper.
Very respectfully,
Merchants' Faiicel UKUVEnr Co .
Telephone 035 F Street N. V.
K.9 2.
llollriny Furniture, HtoeM, &, c.
Kudden, tbe popular lnataltment mer
chant, centrally located, at U to an 1 0 12 Sev
enth street northwest, hsi lust received one
of the most extensive stocks of all Linda of
housekeeping goods that has over been re
ceived In this city, which mil be sold at
cub prices on tbe Installment plan, with
terms to salt all purchasers. A largo
stock of Union cook and beating stoves.
Mr. Kudden Is a safe and reliable man to
trade with. He l theploneor Installment
merchant of the National Capital.
l'jCTrnns of all rmcn and stiles at
Ycerhoft's, 010 and 411 Seventh street.
llnrkiirt. Sew unit l'.lrsant llln.
log ratio.
The popular proprietor o( these new and
magnificently furnished dlnln grooms,
which are eligibly located on the corner of
F and Tenth, streets northwest. Is making a
specialty of famishing meals or lunches to
ladles, who are In lsreonumbers In that lo
cality dally dolnc their shopping. Gentle
men or ladles will dud this restaurapt a
nulet and very nice place to go when hungry.
Entrance on Tenth street. Everything drat
class. Charges moderate and polite atten
tion guaranteed.
Op? nine at the Decorative Art
glooms, 013 f. Ht. X. V.,
on Friday and Baturdsy of this week, more'
now gooas xor iioruimas guis. i,muroi
tiered and hand-palnttdnoveUles,new Ideas,
designs and textiles for decorative pur
poses. A cordial Invitation extended to all.
fluissforsaleor hire.
Walford, 4S7 Ta.
ave.
Hopkins lira tic h llnnlnarc Kntnb
llshmenC
Mr. L. H. IlopUns, who Is extensively
engaged in tbe hardware and house-furnish-log
business at 001 Pennsylvania avenue
notthwest, bu opened a large branch at 03J
F street northwest, and has thoroughly
stocked It with the same class of goods as
too main store on the Avenue. Thanking
the public for past favors at tbe Avenue
store, be would respectfully solicit their
favors for the F street branch. A full stock
ot house-keeping goods, hardware, etc.,
kept constantly on hand
"Our Kersey overcoat,"
In different shades, at $15, Is no catchpenny
bargain such as the air Is fall of, but "un
questionable" goods and trimmings and
our own make. Eisxuan linos,,
Manufacturers, cor. 7th and E,
A Uenulne Mnlss
Stem-winding watcn given away with every
115 caib eale ot ready-made clothing.
"IUmbcroer's,"
Under Metropolitan Hotel.
Driver ltye Cordial
Burerure for coughs and colds. One dol
lar per bottle. Depot, 003 Fa. avenue north
west. Drink Plait. Bent lire wine Com-
pany'si JHltwaakee Beer
tbe acknowledged Beer ot the District. For
trade-mark (which appears on every bottle),
tee Sunday papers. Retailed by dealers
generally and wholesale only by T. D. Har
per, 703 and 705 North Capitol street,
Meets the Confectioner,
corner of Q and Eleventh streets north
west. Hotel Windsor
can't be excelled In fine table board and
handsome apartments.
'Onr sis"
Men's Overcoat comes fullv ud to the
mark, whether measured by "fashion'
tnaara," your own requirement, or me
'""stricter" demand of honesty.
Eissm in linos.,
Manufacturers, cor. 7th and E.
(Sheets' Pore Candles
G street, corner ot Eleventh at, northwest
The o.neen or Beers.
The only beer for ladles.
None Bat I'nre candles
made by Sheets, O street, corner ofJElev
eutli street northwest.
sjneetz's Candles
have no superior. Manufactured and sold
at G street, corner of Eleventh northwest.
"Suzetz, the confectioner."
Thelueen or Beers
is a trifle higher In price, but of superior
quality to all others.
Uthoobaph cuck boOKS made to order.
Handsome designs. Kervand, 1013 Penn
sylvania avenue.
A Glenn! no Hwlss
Stem winding watch given away with every
13 cash sale ot ready .made clotblpg.
"IlAMnCRaBRTS,"
Under Metropolitan Hotel.
it is Not Heeeasary
to buy every new took that cornea oat,
when you may have tbe privilege ot reading
all you want at the low price of $5 subscrip
tion for an entire year. Mr. J. 1). Free, Jr.,
No. 1843 F street northwest, has all the
standard works and all tbe new books u
soon as published. Call and subscribe.
Quinine Cap units. Prices To-day.
1 dor. 1 grain, 0 cents. ,
1 dot. fl grains, 8 cents.
1 dox. S grains, 10 cents.
1 doz. 5 grains, 20 cents.
100 1 grain, 25 cents.
100 2 grains, 60 cents.
100 3 grains, 73 cents.
100 5 grains, $100.
At MiRTz'a,10U Fat. n. w.
Boy Your TbankagjIAInff Candles
of "Sbeatx, the confectioner," corner ot 0
and Eleventh streets northwest.
LiaBTKtxa Hods repaired. Speaking
tuDca. t. u. auiuuhii, iiia ira. aye.
It is the Best.
Ask for It. Bchlltzs' Milwaukee Lager
Beer. For sale by all leading houses.
Use Driver's Bye Cordial,
for coughs, colds and all bronchial troubles.
$1 per bottle. Depot, C03 Pa. avenue north
west. MonooEiua and address dies stamped In
colors at low figures. Kervand's, 1012
Pennsylvania aveauo.
LiomtnKQ Bods, electric work.
J. H. KcEDLrao, 1212 Pa. ave.
W. H. Ilossbton .in 1X14 V
Street Northwest,
have reclved their new line of Furniture,
Carpets, Upholstering Goods and Wal
Paper for fall. Furniture uphotalorod.
Splendid assortment at lowest prices.
To the Jadles.
Bend your lacs curtains to the Swiss
Steam Laundry, 1322 F street.
JTor Washington Dressed Heel
So to John R. Kelly, stalls 033, U3 and 030
entre Market, and 200 and 20 Northern
Liberty. Corned beet a specialty,
Visttino cards neatly engraved from
your plates at 75 cents per hundred. Ker
vand, 1012 Pennsylvania avenue.
Waaro selling tbe best Men's Overcoat
for (15 In America. Eiseuak linos..
Manufacturers, cor. 7th and E.
"SurzTZ, tho confectioner."
"Alderner llrr Ws."
Freeh Alderney butter, churned every
morning and delivered (a 1 lb "W.rd"
prlnU, 40c per lb. Also cottage cbeeae.
buttermilk ud iwcet milk, tic. per qt
Cream, IS, par pt.
CUT SPECIALS.
Keromt Iictter s-roni Hantn Clans
to Singleton A. Fletcher, 415 7th at. n. w.i
"I again send you another car load ot nice
new patterns of Carpets, Smyrna, Velvet
and Sheep Skin Hugs, very suitable and
always useful as Christmas presents, wbtcb
you tnusteell at wholesale prices. Ho now,
Tommy and Wily, If jou don't put the
very lowest price on these goods I will con
sider you naughty boys, and won't let you
have any more of ray nice things."
Dradbnry l'lnnos
"Thssweetct toned pianos made," guar
anteed tor a lifetime. Call and see the beauti
ful upright grands In Rosewood, Mohogsny
and I rencb Walnut cases. Factory prices.
F. U. Smut, 1323 Pennsylvania ave.
' Manta Cfnus "
bas sent us a beautiful assortment ot fancy
chairs In Heed, ltattao, l'lusb and liu'ift
Leather, Fancy Parlor Tables, Easels and a
general line of Art Furniture, which we otter
at extremely low prices,
HtNOLtToN & Fletcher,
413 Seventh street northwest.
Tho Hinge Iti'Mauranr,
iim cujjivuu di ioo Bilge itesinurnui, at
413 Thirteenth street, will ctvo another one
ttl. ....... !..., .1.1. . ...!.. til . .
' "in UjJMTr iUIilUCB lUia IVCUIU4, 41lfIC
cordially Invited.
Ocn mors sbarpenid free. Cutlery. 497
FenneylvaLta avenue,
T llollriny outlHt
also an Interesting ixbllltlon ot the dis
covery of tbe remains of St, Marcus, can
now be seen at the Mosaic Tartars, V07
Pennsylvania avenue northwest, up stairs
(sccoud floor). A visit to tbe Mosaic Par
lors la certainly a great privilege to tbe
public. Not onlybandsomo specimens of
mosaic artistic skill are on safe, manufac
tured by the genial proprietor, Mr. Achilla
Ollvere, such as mosaic and filigree Jewelry,
etc , etc., but the novel and Interesting
exhibition, under a strong light and class,
of the discovery of the remains of St.
Marcus, which has been exhibited to all the
principal crowned heads of Europe.
TJie lubllri InUteri
to Inspect the engravings, etchings, water
color and pastel palntlogs, photos, arto
types, etc., on exhibition at Vcerbofl's
stores, 016 and 411 Seventh street. He has
tbe largest line of pictures and picture-frame
mouldings In the city, and we advise all to
Eo and look at bis goods before buying.
Is assortment of watl paper Is second to
none and his work Is done In first class man
ner, KEOILDIM3 FRAMES AT VCERUOrF'S, 010
and 411 Seventh street.
Palace Organs
Best In the world. Excelling In tone, ac
tlOD and finish. Large assortment. Special
prices and easy terms. Call and see them.
F. 0, Bmitit, 1333 Pennsylvania avenue,
At15" '
we are selling, "and rushing them out,"
an all-wool fsat-color Elyslan men's over
COftU ElSEMAf BROS ,
Manufacturers, cor. 7th and E.
Soectz manufactures all his confections.
Salesroom, corner Eleventh and G streets.
CITY NEWS PARAGRAPHS.
At tbe annual election of Washington
Council, No. 303, last night, A. VV, Fisher
was elected president.
Messrs. Esmonde and O'Connor, the
representatives of Mr. Parnell, will be here
on the 14th and 15th Insts.
At the annual election of the John T.
Iteynolda Post, No.O, last night, John P.
Church was chosen commander.
A number ot Williams College Alumnt
held a reunion at the residence ot P. S
Poler, In Grant place, last evening,
The Kurschenbau Bazar, at tbe Masonic
Temple, was attended last night by the
unuormea name, unignuoi ryunas.
At a meeting of the Washington Ath
letic Club last night black and orange were
chosen tbe club's colors, and a governing
board was elected.
-Wm. B. Noble's residence, on the Hare
wood road, was destroyed by Are at 0.30
this morning. Chief Parrls and bis men
prevented the spread of the flames.
At a meeting of the National Rifles last
night Joseph W. Howell was chosen sec
ond lieutenant. The company will create a
sinking land
Students of the class ot '80 ot the
Georgetown University gave an Interesting
entertainment In the college ball last night
In honor of the Golden Jubilee of Pope Leo
XIII.
W. M. Col man, while drunk, entered
Standlford's drug store last night and made
a dash with a knife at James Tyree, one of
1tIonhouse.
ITeit Wftihln
mo ciertta. lie wss marcoea on to tne eta-
t!onhouse.
West Washington.
-Charles H. Ficckllcg, foreman of tbe
grand jury, was presented yesterday with a
andsome basket of Howere by tbe members
ot that body.
-The large square bounded by Twenty
eighth, Olive and N streets, and Hock
Creek, which bas long been an unsightly hol
low, Is being rapidly filled In. This will
throw on tbe market a number of desirable
building lots.
Boat Lcuden arrived with 4,000 bushels
of corn tor O. T. Dunlop.
There were two arrests In this precinct
last night.
Temperature and condition of water at
7 a. m.t Great Falls, temperature, 33; condi
tion, SO: receiving reservoir, temperature,
43; condition at north connection, 8(1; at
south connection, 80; distributing reservoir,
temperature, 41; condition at Innuent gate
house, 36; condition at eOluont gate
house, 80.
East Washington.
John Herndon, tbe cook at the Jatt,
who was arrested yesterday for robbing that
institution In complicity with 01 ma tod, suc
ceeded In obtaining ball last night and was
released from the Fifth Precinct Station.
Leat evening Uerndon'a residence. No. 413
Madison avenue nortbweet, was searched
by Lieutenant Boteler and Borgeant Bur
gess, and thirteen boxes, containing pep
per, iplcea, mustard, tea, coffee, etc., be
sides live shoulders and bags of various edi
bles were found.
The dispatch arrived at the Navy-Yard
yesterday afternoon. At noon to-day Sec
retary Whitney and a party left the yard
on board of her for Mount Vernon.
Soath Washington.
J. Blancbard Dwyerwon the baby car
riage at St. Dominic's Church fair last
night. Tbe number of votes polled was 10,
213. The cash-drawer In the saloon of
Joseph Silas. 227 Virginia avenue south
west, was robbed this morning ot (9 while
tbe proprietor was out,
Cheaper for Jtota.
An old German farmer, with bis daughter
Rosa, aged 10, came Into a Cold Water drug
store one recent day, and tbe father asked
for a bottle ot vermifuge, which the clerk
lsld before blm.
"How mooch t" asked tbe foreigner,
"Fifty centa."
"Fcefty cents I I von't bay eet. By shim
mloy, no l"
"That's tbe regular price."
"I don't vant ecu Hot can have vorms.
Come, Rosa. (Townseod'a Sunday Life.
Thoroughly cloanso tlio blood, by using
Pr. I'lcroo. Golden Medical Dutcou ry, and
KooJ riliristlon, a fair .kin, buojant spirits,
stivnirth and health will K ctublUlifd.
Oolden Medical Discovery tun. all hu
mors, from tho common pimple, blotch, or
eruption, to tho worst Kirofulu, or I lood
potson. topccinlly has itprnicn Its cMlcacy
In curlnff Halt-rheum or Titter, Tucr-sores,
Hip-Joint Dlnenso, tiiofiilous Holts nnd
Hwilllnffs, l.nlartfcd (Hands, and Eatlog
Ulcere.
(lolden Medical Discovery cures Consump
tion (which Is Hcmfulu of tl.o Lunirs), by
Its wondtrful blood-purt Infr, Invlfforatlnir,
and nutilth o properties. For N out Lunjrs,
ttplttintr of JUood. bhortne&s of Ilrcnlh,
llronchltls, Hecro Couiths, Asthma, C'lironlo
NuaiI Catarrh and kindred alXcctiODj, it la
a aouirtljra remedy,
l'nr Tonld Llrir, RIllousneBS. or M Liver
Complaint," I))sposla, und IndUrcstlon, it
U an untualled remedy, gold by druggist.
Hit. I'ir.UCi:H PEIXETS-AllIN
lltllou und tlatliartlc &t cta.a tldl
by druggisu.
pOYAl
P TnOYALIIWll J
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powflcr never vanes, a marvel of
pnrltr, strength and wholesomeness. More
economical than tbe ordinary kinds, and can
not be sold In competition with the multitude
of tow test, short wolght alum or phosphate
Kwdora fiolt only in cant, HOYALIJAK"
O l'O WD EH CO. 100 Wall St . N. Y.
TUBBED TJPI
Tho cold anap that every merchant has been
looking for
Last week wo advertised Heavy Winter
specialties with spring woither at our heels.
Our lino did not movo as no bad hoped;
therefore we place tho samo beforo yon
for another week.
It Is a good card for the buyer as wollns
for us.
1C-1 Whtto Blankets, per pair, dc.
10-n hlto U ool Iilanacts.wclghing 5 pound
POo.
104 White Wool D'nnkets, still hcarlcr.SUS
10 4(rayItUnkets, 7o
10-4 Gray Ulanketa, still better, Mo,
10-4 Miter oray Ulanacts, tl).
104 Irish Frclzo, 91 (.
Combination Lap and Horse Blankets, 03o.
MrLped Wool Lap Kobos, f 1.89.
It 4 Vino Satlne Comforts, $1 flJ.
11-4 1'rench Satlne Comforts, S233.
Thoabovolare OUR SPECIALTIES In Bed
Covering,
Hemp Carpet, 12Ko.
fi a bialr Carpet. lufio.
s-9 Heavy Venetian carpot, 23c.
Heavy rtomo-rnado Has Carpet, 23c.
Three stylos of Two-ply Ineraln, 85o.
loo dozen French Holland Shades, patent
rollemtSio.
ceo Curtain Poles, brass mounted, 10c.
10 Gross Lftco Curtain chains, 10 o.
Big Things in Ladies' Wraps
Indies Black Bouclo Nowmarkets, all alzos,
2.iw.
Ladles' Russian Circulars, fur trlmmod,
S3K).
Ladles' Black Burlln Twill Newmarkets,
astrakhan trlmmod, SI 81.
Ladle' All-wool Stripe Newmarkets, satin
hoods, very nobby. S3 si.
Ladles1 fancy Plaid Raglans, 80.90.
From Our Dress Goods Stock
SO-lnch All-wool Homobtiua f 1 tldd, 850.
Fancy Plaid Flannel for children's wear,
UTKo.
All-wool Stripe Eiderdown, 43c.
80 Inch Tricot, all best shades, 43o.
CD Inch Mixed Novelties, all-wool, 450.
45 Inch silk and Wool Cashmere, Henrietta
Qnlah, In Jot and blue black, 75c.
'Our Worsted Specialties.
Toboggans, 23o.
Infants' Drawer Leggings, 43c.
Children's Hand -knit LecKlngs, Sic.
MUeeB Hand knit Leggings, 4J0.
Indies' Hand-knit Leggings, 4JC.
Children's Mitts. lOo.
Mlmea' Mitts, lo.
Ladlea' Mitts, file.
Ladles' Mitts, onon workod tops, 4!o,
Children's l'lnsh Caps, all shapes, $1.23,
81.49, tl.W) and S3. S3; perfect gems.
In calling don't fall to visit our
Shoe Department!
DOUBLE
COMBINATION STORE
1241 and 1243 11th St. S.E.
tXOar store vtlll bo open every evening
throughout tho month ot December until 0
p.m.
Boston VARIETY Store!
STATIONERY DEFT., MIDDLE AISLE.
Our iuccobs In ttiU department bas been
phenomenal, and whit Decauso by our
method of Bclllnjj line quality wrltlnn paporj
by tbe pound we Rtro about twlco as much
paper for tbe aame money a you would pet
In tbe old way of buying by tbe qulro at tbe
stationer's.
Add In a to tbti our Una of dnmontln and Im.
ported Box Papeterles, we can suit tbe popu
lar demand or too most faatldioui taate.
Giro us a trial and we will prove wbat we
say.
ncrkublre MUU. Commercial or Octavo size,
rroam or bite, per pound (about 100 ibeeta),
13c.
Franconta ITlMa, Whlta Vovo, 30o lb.
Uroad Laid Linen, Com. or Oct., Ruled or
f lain, 30a lb.
femootb Cream Wove Com. and Oct., Ruled
or I'laln.SOo lb.
Antique, Finest Com. or Oct , 33a lb.
Marcus Ward's Irfab Linen, Octavo Oo,
Commercial Ctfa in.
Overlaid Mall, Koroljrn, 49a lb.
Envelopes to match, 5o and 10o pacltago.
BOX PArKTBIUBS.
Tarcbment, Serrated Edge. Old Berkshire
MUU Lcllpae Itsirsod Ede. C5o a box.
'iTenm Octavo, Fanoy Itox, 8o.
ilne Octavo, days of tbe week, 19o.
a rtmz line or fancy styles.
Small Equore, I-onf and Narrow Scotcli
IMulds, etc.. JO, 43, S9, Wa box,
i ine I'lush Boxei of Stationery, Satla Lined
InUarnot.Blue, Oranne. HalliHropo audC'a
nary Plush. IBo, Wo, Sl.W, 81 39
Writing Ifeski in Leat tier, Walnut, Itoso
wood, Maple and l'lusb, wc, 1 1,4 J, etc
Carter's Ink.
Black Utter to. Blue Black, I0o.
W lint Black Letter io. t'aet Bed 10c.
rocket Ink stands i3 and S3o.
Cut (lifts Inks Hi, 89, 40e, $1.03, $1.03.
I-arite line of Brass and Olive Wood Inks.
Prcjiresflvo Euchre heti3 nnd 7ia.
Paper Cutters, Ponwlpors, Pencils, etc,
BOSTON VARIETY STORE,
SMITH WARDWELL,
70B-707-70D JlnrUet Mpnrc,
iTAS. H-GVEoGinLL
DEaLSK IN BOTLEINQ SUPFLIEU,
BOB to 014 Q street northwest, next National
niQH' Armory.
Architectural Iron Work. Cement, Plaster
Tim Brick, nrt CUT, Wall tlau, rainta, oils
last, ats.
Wc Cffcr 250 ltDirtel Silk Smoking
Melt or Hun o Coals
At !J cacb.
Sizes now complete and
selcctionswill be laid aside for
any customer and delivered
at any date desired.
woodward ft Lomnor,
Cor, IltUanlF.tl.il. w.
Woodward & LoniRor
call special attention to their
line of Men's Fine Furnish
ings, specially selected for
the holiday season, compris
ing Smoking Jackets,
Study Jackets,
Dressing Gowns,
Silk Mufflers,
Silk Handkerchiefs,
Scarfs, Cravats,
Four-in-Hands,
&c, &c, &c,
In our Men's Furnishing
Department, 1013 F st.;
separate entrance and sepa
rate store.
Holiday Dress Patterns.
Woodward & Lotiirop
offer 2,500 Holiday Dress
Patterns, consisting oi
Prints, Century Cloths,
Serges, Repps Twilled
Cashmere, &c, &c,
At 80c, Wc, SI S3, SI tO, 11.73, S3, S3.W.
In order to display these
Dress Patterns to the best
advantage, we have ar
ranged them on wide ta
bles on fourth floor, where
selections can be made
with comfort. Adjoining,
our customers will find our
elegantly arranged
Blanket Department,
which we have just replen
ished with many low-priced
goods.
In order to close out one
line of high-grade California
Blankets, we have made the
following liberal reductions,
as follows:
S palra 11 4 California Blanket!, from ,10 to
S3W.
3 palra 124 California Blankets, from J13.W
to ;io.
8 pairs 1M Cillfornla Blankets, from SIS to
113 bl).
1 pair 13-4 California Blankets, from S19 to
S15.
Tbeseare all high crade, eleirant quality
blankets, and prices mado especially low to
closo out qulcklr.
(Fourth floor; two elevators )
Woodward & Lothrop in
vite attention to their com
plete and elegant line of
BlGuCM DaiiuSK Table Sets.
(Cloths and Napkins to matcb.)
We wish to call attention
to a few Specialties among
our large and varied line of
Fancy Table Sets.
M 8-10 Ecru, with fancy stripes, 1 doz. US
Napkins to maton. only $1.
100 Bleached Damask, wltb borders of pink,
salmon, cardinal, navy blue, copper mixed, 1
doz, J-3 Napkins to match,
8-10 plain fringe, $3 set.
8-10 knotted frlntre, S3 sot,
8-13 plain fringe, 9tl M set.
M2 knotted fringe, $7.50 set.
00 Cream Damask Sots, plain and colored
borders, 1 doz. 3-a Napkins to match, at tbe
following low prices:
8-4 only $3 set.
8-10 only f 3.60 set.
819ooly4set.
8 14 only 91 W set.
C3 Bleached Damask Sets, wltb knotted
fringe In handsome designs, with 8 8 knotted
fringe Napkins to matcb,
10 18, l9.
10 11, ilO.W,
loio.su
These poods are specially deslnV.e for ex
tra wide tables.
Cloths.
We have placed on sale
to-day soo Bleache'd Dam
ask Cloths at the following
prices:
8-10, 83.73, fine quality.
8-1.', $3jo,
8-4, l&BO, oxtra flee qualttr.
810. JI.5), :
8-U, ti fiO,
0 11, S0.0C,
Specials.
3 ploces CO-lnch IHcachod Herman Damask,
plain, white and colored border, l'ormer
pi Ice C3c. Now only 60e per yard.
S3 pieces 73 Inch Bleached Gorman Damask.
Former price 31. -'3. Now 81 per yard.
19 pieces 73 inch extra fine bleached Ger
man Damaik, at 1 K per jard, with 0-3 nap
kins to match at S3 per doz,
10 pttVes 72-lucb extra double damask at 83
per yard, !th U 4 napkins to inatuu at 57.5
per doz.
5 pieces 71 Inch Cream German Damask. 13
dM erent patterns, Kood value kt 81.50; now
only f 1 per yard.
100 doz B-8 Bleached German Damask Nap
kins, worth 81 oo. now 81t.
75 doz. s 8 Bleached German Damask Nap
ViuB, worth $1.73, now 81 W.
MUVSnioaobed German Damask Napkins,
a bargain, 83 per doz,
(becond floor; two elevators.)
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Oar. ltth and T 8U. rt. IT.
GUINNIP & COMPANY,
404-406 Seventh St. N. W.
FXJR.S.
A Special Balo of Furs Tflll commence on the 1st ot Dcccmbor. Wo n
tion a few bargain below i
lllack Ilnlr JtulTs for 47c. Beaver Mulls. $3.89 anil upward,
llaccoon Mulls, $3.20 and upward, Seal Mutla, S3 10 and Upward,
Monkey Mulls, $3,40 and Upward.
Wo havo n f all lino of Dons to match Uiobovo at correspondingly low
prices.
A few sets of Mink Muffs, with Boas, at $3.48,
FOR TRIMMINGS.
Nutria, 80c; llaccoon, 75c; Chinchilla, 50c; Black and Gray Coney, 23c
a yard. A large and complcto lino of Children's Sets from DSc to $5.
Silk and Mohair Trimmings.
Unr new Department of Trimmings has been a success. Wo haven full
lino In Colors and Black, at very low figures.
OOESBTS.
A big Job In Corsets; a manufacturer's samplo line, ranging from $7.00
to $18 n dozen i your choice for SOc. A full lino ot all popular makes
"Dr. Warner's' "Bortrcc," H. & a., Trench 0. 1. and many others,
bxj-a.itk:ei a? s .
Our stock Is complete from $1 to $18 per pair. Wo call attention to our
11-4 nearly All-wool at $3.20. Bed Comforts of every description, In "Oil
lied," "Cretonne" and Satlne.
&B
814 Seventh Street Northwest.
Read the Following Speeials:
Seal Plush Visiles, $15, $18 and $50.
Beat Flush Newmarkets, $15.
Elegant Flush Coats, $10, $18 and $20.
Walking Jackets at $3.50, $3.00 and $3.50,
Itoglans at $0, $8, $0 and $10.
Newmarkets at $5, $0, $7 and $8.
Children's Coats at $3, $3.50, $3 and $1.
Special Drives in Millinery.
Sixty dozen FELT HATS at 25c only.
Wings and Fancy Feathers nt t.c, 01c and SOc.
Ribbons, cold formerly at SOc, at 23c a yard.
Trimmed Hats, nice and stylish, at $3.50, $3 and $1,
VCCV
You arc kindly requcstc d not to purchase until you havo posted your
selves regarding prices at
4
814 Seventh Street Northwest.
wfw)
looprnintoa.i
We Have Opened A Branch Store
SI FE3ST3ST.. jfiL-VE3STXJHl
For tho Kicluslvo salo ot
v2
Gems' $4.00 Hand-tad
Ilouve Crawford A
SELLING DIRECT
HAS STOYES
Gas Boilera at 31.15 and
Tea or
KffltBKSM Bole Agenti for the Uaoner CI carrot.
HliBBBBBHBisMsHBBBHsHBBlsWfl
GkA-S COOKERS
ForHarse ud small families. Just the store for inmmer use, u yon extinguish tbe Bte
the Instant tbe oooking Is done
3Toa? Bale toy ttlao
Washington Gaslight Company
413 Tenth Street Northwest.
PURS.
WMMzM,1
Where tleMe Conies In!
Evidently there ha Joko here, but there Is
none In connection with
OnrGlotiE or Prices!
LOOK AT OUR FINE
CUTAWAY
-AND-
PRINCE ALBERT COATS !
Made from Irarorted "Corkscrews," "DIaso
cals," "Scbnabcl" Coatings and Fine Wor
eteds,
Equal In stylo to the best custom made
goods and about half tho price.
E, B, BARNUM & CO,
931 tfenn. Ave.
and $3,00 French Well Shoe
Co., Manafaetnrerat
TO CONSUMERS.
F0B, COOKIM!
$1.50 for Instantly making
Ooffee.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
1125
Earns for Gnlm
Before this month closes wo will dltposoof
that number ol pairs of
Gents' Shoes
JOASHt
BY BELLING
Miller & Obcr's 87.60 Hand sewod for
Stacy, Adams ft Co.' SO ITind sowod for,
Torrey'd 86 Hand sewod for....
You all know the value of thno
Fliocs. and that tboy cannot bo ob
talncd at thoso prices elsewhere.
GEO. W. RICH,
717 Market Space.
PINE SHOES
Of every description, sultaed to the wants of
all. Stylish, durable, com ortablo and per
fect flttlnjr. Made especially for us by tho
best manufacturers. We carry a large stock
In every department and seldom fall la salt
ing a customer,
DALT0N & STRICKLAND,
03O 3?Ct. .A.-0-Q.,
Washington, D. C.
One-Price Shoe Store.
A. L. HAZELTON,
4.S3 S.T.ntta Strett,
Under Odd-Fellows' null.
S. C. Bart's Flno Sboes for Ladlos a specialty
4J7H lOthSt.K.W.
ail r.. An. i.t.
I have a lot of Fine Sboos, my own make,
tnat I wui soil at a banmln. Give me a trial.
DRYG000S.
WM. R. RILEY,
Corner Ninth and K Street! Northwest,
Is Closing Oat All Kinds of
DR.'ir GOODS,
At Very Reduced Rates.
D3L Q-.3DA"VTS.
Black Drets Goods, Embroideries,
Laces and Trlmmlngi.
719 MiBKBT BTAOK WiBHlHQTOH, D, O.
BREWERIES.
Association.
AMERICA'S LARGEST BREWERY.
Brewing Capacity per Annum,
500,000 Barrels.
OFFICE AND DEPOT Corner First street
pud Virginia arenue.
HAKK sonwARz, Ascot.
PIANOS.
gfiilll
Fi.3sros,
Unequaled In Tone Touch, Work
manship and Durability.
SKCOXD-nAKD riAHOS, a One assortment
ol prominent make, at alt prloes.
PIANOS FOB HKNT.
WM. KNABE & CO.,
817 Uftrket Space.
HARDMAN
PIANOS.
W. Q. METZEROTT & CO.,
03 Fennsj'lTanla Ave
LASKEY'S Loan Olce,
Noi 861 Pennsylvania Ave. N. VV.,
WASHINGTON, D. O.
Money Loaned on Gold andBllrer Watobes,
Diamonds, Jewelry, ristols.tiuns.Meobanloal
Tools, Ladlofl' and Gontlemen's wnarlntT Ap
parel. Unredoomod plodgua for salo.
OLD UOI.II A MILVKH HUIHJI1T.
The Remington
TYPE-WHITER.
8TATIONKUY AND RUPrLIE3. NBWDHOP
0AMNST3,
WTOKOFP, 8KAUAN3 A II EN EDICT,
doner ot Btb and t ats.
TelCphneNo,K-a,
oKI
CHIGEERI1
u;
RFItEOEDENTED ATTKAOTtOWl
Over n Jlllllon IHntrllmtcdt
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated bytbo Lcglslatnre fn 1809 for
Kdncatlonat and Cliarltablo purposes, and Its
Jnc.?)8?iID(!0 BJ!?,t ot "a present State
Conitltntton In 1979, by an OTerwnelmlnit
popular rote.
, Its Grand Single Number Drawings will
lake place erery month, and Its Grand Scral
Annnal Drawlnn take place eyery six months
(Juno and Uecombor),
"IP (tojitrtby certify that w wpervUi thi
arranptmtntifvraU tht Monthly and Jonb-irt
mat Drawings of th$ Loulilana Slats Wot
ttry Company, ana In person, manage ami con
truths JJraictnvs thetntrlttt, and thai thssntns
art conducted wUk honesty, fairness and In gooi
faith, toward cli partus, and toe authoriss the
Company to use Mis certificate In Its advertise
fiwhu,"
Commlsslonort .
We, tbe nndersljrned Banks and Bankors,
Jll'ray all lTlxes drawn In the Loalsltns
State Lotteries which may bo prosontod at
our counters:
J. H.OGLESBT. Fres. La. Rat. Dank.
1'IFBUE LlXAl'X, rres. State If aU Dank.
1. BALDWIN lTfS.fl.O. NiUBiBk.
C1UL KOll.X, I'rM. t'aloa Nst. Bank.
Grand StmfAntunl Drnwtns; at the
Academy of Mnslo, New Orleans, TUESDAY,
December 13, 18877
Capital Prize $300,000,
I00,C00Tloketsot Twenty Dollars oanh.
IlalTes, 810; Qaartors, to: Tenths, $2; Twen
tlenths, It.
rur or nitta,
lrmzEOF $900,000 is $300,000
imiZKOF 1ODCO0 IS 100.COO
irXJZEOF M.000 1 60,000
lFTllZKOF tU,000 Is 23,000
armzEHOF joooo era boooj
BPKI.E8UF 6,000 are i 3,000
S5PKIZE8 0F 1,000 are . S0O3
1C0 PHIZES OF 600 are.,, 60,000
BCOPIUHSOP 800 are...,.,,,, 60,000
wxmuzKaOF sco are ico.ooo
APrnoimATto rauxs.
ICO Prizes of fM are $30,000
ICO Prizes of taoo are ao.ooa
lto Prizes of $J are 10,000
TKimiaAt trues.
1,000 Prizes of 1100 ar .$100,000
1,000 Prizes of $k0are 100,000
0,130 Prizes amounting to $1,000,000
BVFor Club itates or any further informa
tion apply to tbe undersigned. Your hand
writing must be distinct and &tonat ure irfoin.
More rapid return mall deltrory will be as
sured by you enclosing an Enrelopo bearing
your full address
Bend Postal Motes, Express Money Orders or
New York Exchange in ordinary letter. Cur
rency by express (at our expense) addressed
M. A. DA Urn I If,
New Orleans. La
Addrras Registered Letters to
New Orleans National Dink,
Tfew Orleans. La,
SSlfEMBEIt that tbe presence ot Qenorals
Beauregard and Early, who are In charge of
tbe drawings, is a guarantee of absolute fair
nesa and integrity, that tbe chance are all
equal, and that no one nan possibly (Urine
what number will draw a prize.
"REMEMBER, also, that the payment of
prizes Is GUARANTEED HY FUUR NA
TIONAL BANKS of New Orleans, and the
tickets ore signed by tbe President of an In
stitution whose chartered rights are reoog
nlted In the highest Courts: therefore, beware'
of all Imitations and anonymous schemes.
JK28!LK!PJ$a
V. BALDWIN JOHNSON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer la
WOOD AND COAL.
Complete Facilities, Bottom Frloea.
Full Weight and Measure.
Wood and ooal direct from tbe forest and
mines by rail and water, and free from slag,
slate and other Impurities.
GIVE MB A TRIAL.
Main Yard and Office, ion R. I. aye. n.w.
Branch " ' ' BU A at. n. e.
Branch Office, corner Otb and S sts. n. w.
All nonnmted by telephone
COALI OOAXj!
AWAY DOWNI
BUY YOUR WINTER SUPPLY NOW.
Bot weather to talk coal, but prices are so
low It will pay you to call on A. B. Smith and
leave your order to-day.
Coal, direct from tbo mines, arriving dally
per cars at Coal Depot, 1st and L fits n o, u.
and O. R R.
Office, COS New York ave n w.
Call at cither place and socure your supply,'
July prices, cheap.
A. 11. HUITII.
COO Now York avenue.
BTEI1LINO,
aUNIOCOML,
CULT BDUB or
OULDBN BILK
FLOUR,
And Ton 1M .lwar . have beautiful Bread.
Itoll, and Biscuit.. YbnL-a!e Dopot, corner
Ftrst .tract and Indlaua arenue.
WM. M. oait a on.
MEDICAL.
ELY'S Q
crew mm
Clsaaies the
Nat at Passages,
Allays Tain ft
Inflammation,
nenla the Sores,
Restores the j
Senses or Taste
and Smell.
'-EEVfcrft
TJIY the CURE.
A particle is applied Into each nostril and la
acieeable. Price 60 cents at drutfulu: by
mall, registered, CO ots KI.Y UltO THIS ltd,
SJS Greenwich st , New York.
DRUMEIIESS
Or the Wqnor Habit un lie Oared
Wjr Administering Xr. Haines'
Oolden Hpeelflc.
Can be given in a cup of coffee or tea with
out tbe knowledge of the pertoo taking it. It
Is absolutely harmless, and willeffeotA per
manent and speedy cure, whether the patient
In a moderate drinker or an alooliollo wreck.
It has been given In thousands ot pases, mid
In every Instance a perfect our bas followed.
It never falls Ihe systeu once Impreg
nated wltb the 3iolne. It becomes an utter
Impossibility for (be liquor appetite toextxt.
For sale byS. F. Ware, under Kbbltt lloiue:
R. K. nelpbeostlnn. Fourteeutb street and
Vermont avenue.Wasblngton.
WXAK, VMniCVEtbFKD l'AHTS Of
the body enlarged ond strengtbenM. Full
particulars nfnt (sealed) free. ERIE MEOI
OAL CO , I1UFFAIX1, N. Y.
lOEAFNESSl
jllronchitis, andf
Consumption
CUdED AT HOME. '
NCW PAMPHLET rREK
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