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Ztfff' 8 Tnn Washington Critic, Tuesday Evening, Decbjibbr 6, 3887. UGOJW TO We propose to signalize the Assembling of the 50th Congress by a Carnival of Bargains in Men's and Boys' Outfittings, such as this Continent never saw before. Every Department in Our House, Hats, Shoes, Gent's Furnishings, Men's Clothing, Boys' Clothing and Custom-Tailoring Departments V-J-, OUR CONGR6SS .ICLKUhHVx MEN'S OVERGO Wc offer the choice of Eighteen Hundred Men's and Youths' Overcoats at $15 FIFTEEN The vast assortment Include Ovcrcoatss made from such world -renowned fib rics a9 Genuine English Whipcords, In several colors. English Kerseys, In sev eral shades of brown, with stitched edges and lap siams, silk faced and plain. English and Amerlccn Meltons, In gray, brown, blue and black colors, lap seams stitched and raw edges, with and without velvet collars. Blue and Brown Chin chilla Beavers, with corded edges and lined other styles equally attractive. Wot a Coat In the great assortment worth less than $20 to $25, but during this Great Mid-season Sale your choice will cost you just $15 fifteen Dollars, $15 Outside of the Special Drives mentioned above, we carry Overcoats in every grade worth having, from the strong and to the luxurious Minx-lined French Pilot Cloth at $110. And in Boys' Overcoats our prices range from $1.90 to $25. o SAKS A DELICATE OPERATION. How Broken tWiijr of n JliiU'llcniled l-Hflo was hit. Torched disconsolately on tlio celgo of nn old tub In tlio jnrd luck of tho Armory, hero tho einbrjo zoologi cal pardon is at prof out located, Bat, tills morning, nn lmmcnso "luM" or white-head eagle, with ono wins and his body, us high ns his (shoul ders, cwcrcil ilth, ulilto liirolipw, Tho eight of tho "bird of freedom" swathed in bandage?, like a cnnllrniul imallel, was fo unusual that inquiries iero madu of Frofc mor Ilornadaj, who Inn elurso of tho collection. It Mas learned tli.it tlio eaglo was tent in from Virginia es oral ilaj 8 ago. It Is a magnificent fcpeclinon. 'With his wings outstretched, tho distanco flora tip to tip would bomoro than a long-armed man could leach with arms fully extended. Ho was ficnt packed in a slioc-pox inutli too small lor him mid to closely confined that ho could not moo "hand nr foot," and tlio w ondcr is tint ho did not dlo on tho way here. When taken from tho box no was so weak that ho could not vt.mil. It was then found that ho had been shot in tlio wing with a rlllo ball, .both tho radius and ulna of tlio left w Ing being broken, lliis accounts for ills capture. After an examination, l'iofesor llor iimlay decided that tlio bones could bo lcscl, and this operation, wliiih, it is Kile to say, Iia-i ne or before been crfoniUHl on nil ite,nta mcccoleilly iicconiplUlicd it the Armory laot week. 'Co!onel," llio cnglc, was hid on Ms back nn tlio operating taMc, mul, Mr. I'lilincr liuMiug Lis liiad, I'iuicwui lliirnuiluylifs utiliijuied wing and all asUt nit his net, tlio liniiitio i'i (ration euinmcncul. lin.iliulMimas riiblieil on tlio wound, tin ll Mft cotton was laid merit. Olltopot tlmfctlir strips of paaleljoird were laid, und linn u I lee-cnf wood to luiko tliinlli-cllip firm, ilirn t'io dieting was icuil 11irou'li between tliu ti allien to keep it III plai i', an I thrift mriiit Inrcrii hilidai'i.s will) wianntd i.wr tin. uinir mul cntlrelv nruliud tho uihIv to keep tlio winu In tliu pnier pluce. be sides oiicolii u while uiakliiti "niiup nt lliecipinitora' lialiiN, tlio ' Coloiul" did nut oiler uuy rcMaliiui e, icilmiu betauso ho could not, and nhno-t r-t-i nieii toupircclute what wanhclnr. uoneiliirliliu. llhwin1MKittuvnlonBiili, Inn few week he will bu well cnmiHi f that Urn dreeing inn be rcinuuil, and lie cull lpto his wlllgiugnln, and, If given uu upiwrtuiiltr, call ni-uuablytlv as well aider, uwl though lio mav con lltllo onesided, ho will liejtut us goml ur exhibition piirnu-cs. Ho has pit iilu uinl to hopping arouncl on llio ground, und itieMcs tils tlmu iilnml c finally In tw ecu his box anil tho edu! llui tub, wlnro lm tils uiutiuuless in the sun for hour at u time. ... . , 'Jhu ,oo' Ins already got a Masiot in Oilier Twi-t," u pnihic-do who brings l,iKidliicktuccrytiiiobutliiiiiMlf. Ho is Miung, apupp), ami was biuughtln bj I'M-ie-sor llornitiliy with the minimi install incut tor tho Aw." Whllo luunlng iiiniind lliocarhogot on topof tho Iki in which (iuM(ii,"tholilitlloc kyMountalnc iglo, was kept, and tell through between tliu Mat. CioiUcu caught lilm'uii the Jlj"iuid was Mcedily puparlng to haeu pnilric dog tur iflntier, when l'rute-sor lUiriiadiiy, bearing llio noi'-e, wrenchiil oil ouoof the woudeii birsnnd icmuciI his pet 1 he collection Is c on-tanlly grow Ing. Lw-t wick Mr. .1. lrimk bills, with 1 Ish Coin nils'lon inr Xo 1, Kiit In two raccoons and two opossums from Macon, On, onu gray ioxaudouo barred owl tiom Jucksouillle, 11a. "Aldcrnej ll.iliy AVnsoni," Fresh AUIeriiey butter, churned eieiy morning and clcliicred In 1 lb "Ward1 vrlntii, -l"e per lb. .lo lottngu eliecse, liuttcrinllk and mvcet milk, oc. lcr i;t. t'ream. IPc. ucrirtj ATS $15 throughout with satin, and scores of SEVENTH KMD'MKRKET MR. BIXBY Y.AS CALM. Jterolo rortlliuln ir u I'ninlb fim 11 n TIiiiii or I'crll. Ono of tho llrxby children was seized witli a lit of croup tho other night, llixb) hcaidtho Utile fellow's labored breathing and bounding clear our tho footboard of tlio bed, jelled "Croup!" in about tlio hamo oleolhat tho escaped idiot j ells "1'iro !" at tlio theatre. Then ho tried to put bin trousers on oicr Ills licicl, but rlnilly got Ihom on wrong sldo out, and loro into Ills shirt wlthitwroiigsldo In fronl. "JumpI" ho screamed to hirf wife, "thcro Isn't a second lolosol Get tlio thosjiupof squlllnl l'ut on a tub of hot wntcrl Ci!o him something to drink I Get hot flannel's on his chest Instantly I Hurry, Hurry i Don't Ho thero dciing uolhiug whllo tlio child is choking to death I 1 ly around ! !Mrrf. P.ixbv Ii one of those meek, but eminently sensiblo and prncticil litlloj .. l. . ...V.l....n,llw,1 woiiieii who iie'ii'rj.'vca le inn y in m iihj redlt fur tho good they do 111 this woild. Whllo lliliy was recing up and down staim, declining tint nobody was doing am thine but himself. IlS. lllxbv epiietly look llio lltllo sulteior In hand. "Do something quick I" screeched Blxby, as ho up-ct a pan of hot witci on tho bed mul tinned a saucer of mel ted laid ocr on llio iliesing-easi. "Hero somebody, quick 1" bo jcllul. "Can't an body do a thing but moV lbm for tho doctor, somo of ou. (llui tlio child some jnmo snullls. Is theio am thine hot nt his fcot? Glo lilm nionito. IIu ought to hio n spoon of o 11. If ho clout Let iclitf instantly lio'll die, and hero there's nnbocly tring to cloamtliiiurbiit mo I llrlng him somo warm water with a lltllo soda In it. Ho ought to lm.o been put into a hot bath an hour ago. Heat up llio bath-room! AMiut'Hou hisehettV Great heinciis! has tliu child got to dlo becauso nu eino will do a thing for himV" Mrs. lllxby, quietly and unaided, brings tho child around nil right und sits with him until ilnj light, alter shu has quieted lllxby down and got him to bed. And next inoinlng ho lias tlio gall to say at tho olllce: "Oncof my lltllo chaps nearly died with cioupl 1st night, and I had mighty hard work bringing lilm around nil right, but I did after working llko n Truau all night. It's u terriblo disease mul si.nes women neiuly to death. 'Ihc lly all to pieces right off. A person wants their wits uboul them. You want to keep perfectly cool and not fool uwuy a second In lijsUrlo. 'that's whcio a man has tho udtantago of a woman In mauaglugii easuof croun. It's nilglitv lucky I was ut homo to tuko my little chap in hand." lid lllls. aiming Into luxleo. Fcliemcs for colonlz.itloti In Mexico aro roiiiuig lo tho front. A l'reiich couqony 1ms neciulrcdn grunt of hnd lu Chihuahua sixty miles long by til miles w IJo on w lilch aeulonyof l'lcntli and llilglun enilgrunts lira to bo settled. A logo boety oi una in Uionuno Mate, ailjolnlng New Mexico, lim be c n seeitn d by a s nilii ato 111 w hlcli Alnerl laitinpItalUls mo mostly com erlltd, mid it istobucolonliol. A town is Is lug hid out on tins nihil ailjoltung ino ew aiciean toi ii of lkmliitf '1 lio ititerniilloinl bound ary thiro is mi iuiigiiiury line, and so tlio new town win no piaeiieiiiiy nu ijiinsiou Into Meh ii of the American town of Hem Ing. 'Ihese (.iconly thu beginnings of what is lo bu a gieut luowmcht of Aineliuiu jHjpiilatlon, Imhi-trj and capital Into Mexico. cw Orleans 1'ii a uni. "One JCeisey Oieicoat," In ellfloreut slindes, at 15, Is no c atebpenny ijargnlu sticn usiuuairis uni oi, out nn-ijue-iloiinble" gouds and trimmings, und our .own lank?, I.naMis llims, 1 Manufacturers, cor, Tth and U Have contributed their Rich Offerings to make this great Mid-season Sacrifice Sale memora ble in the commercial world of Washington. We want to swell the volume of this year's sales A Quarter of a over last. We have only 23 days left of the year 1 887 in which to do it, but we're going to reach the notch by ignoring profits and being regardless of losses. Our Sweeping Bargains, Our Unparalleled Values in timely and seasonable garments, are going to do the business for us. This is not a sale of unseasonable goods or broken lots, not much. Every article or garment we offer in this great sale is of this season's style and make. OIZERCOHTS for.instancejustthe garments you want now that you cannot do without, yet we offer you those we name at less than the cost of production. AND FORESTS BELLEAU HAMPAGNE Sweet. Dry. Brut. rrcferrcil on nerount of Its Superior rlaYor. On Iceatullriliictpal Hotels ant G. G. C0RNWELL & SON'S, Pennsylvania Avenue. AXELP.ntANCKI'. Aerot, 110 w all Street, J.ew Voik. (Stilts' i"iiriiio!)iurjo. gjEEFS glURTS, Ii7 SEM'NTJt bTltkl.T S. W. O. 1. BURDE7TE, Nil i: aovt. (Cignra nnb Cobatco. K. OF L. MADE OIGAR Ana KnlilitH n( Lclmr RMOKINO nml CIIHWINO KUlArcu. inanuriutuml bytluiJsa tloiinlK. ut I. lo-oiuulivu Ut, ltiilclgli, S.V., Tor lalo by tlVJ IT.NX. AVKM'E. AKr-nt for tho ( debrattU rollei Organ, prices $(l und $1U Olntioucrn. RIDER Si ADDISGN, V, hotrsulo und retail Uculcru lit I'AI'CIMILVMC l)OKS Al HIATIUNEUY, Jit Dsiiuiht 11. w ,ncur t'a.uvo, flfdir fir n rniLMta ftir nilutatloiM trl p-n nrr. tonuluttciitUm, umt BiitUfuLtiun fcuamntLOd lu ncu unmiiiaiuy, ERSTOfl & $UPP, Corner Pa. Ave. and 13th St. N. W. wuT,Kfos. w,urjxTS. J'N CUIl'LS TO JIA1CH. rorMercbant. PanVcrs, Ijiw-jco. 'ImirUtsJind Jillto correrpondenco, I Mill 1M.1I VMM) AJII 1'lllMIMl. 111. m; hooks. 11L.VMC hooks. Prji (SoouO. -&WM. R. RILEYki- Corner Ninth and Ii Streets Northwest, Is closing out all Und of DRV GOODS At Viry lluducod lutes. E. G. DAYIS. emck nuisr aiius, inuuoiui mls, hits AMI I11I)IJI1M.S, 7:0 Market Space - - Washington, D. C. The Remington TYPE-WRITER. QTATIONEISV Attn Mil I'I IBS, SUV UltOP OMIINLIK. Wyckoir, Seamans & Bonecllot, tOltSEIt 1 IflllTII ASD r bIS. Telcplioae number J30 2. C is COMPAI (Clothing. H. D. BKRR Importer and Tailor. Winter Goods, All of tlio I atrat XureltlCT, Enijllsh, French and Scotch Suitings, &c, Just arrived. MR. Il VTtn personally fits oil garments roido lnoiircstabll-liment. 1111 Penna. Avenue. BUSINESS SUITS At $2" nml 82-1 w o wlllfuriiMi jou wllhstyl Uh Hii8liHta rtiitH. Hindi) ly jrat. Ileal tnllin, fium funirlor fabilra, cxcrlitntly trlmmy-l mid I-tiTut hi tit t)m (tot It tninMrj of a luruu Hiitmint cf really t)itIon Woolen lu bultliit,', 'lrousiniis ad Overcoatings. HARBAN &. BENNETT, 1 Ino Tailoring and Men's 1 unnEiimni, 1110 N.Y.AVK. lllOX.Y.AVJ:. NOW IS THE TIME TO DUY YOUH CionVA Su!t, rnnailnir Trom 8"toS10, 0cr eintn, from $1 toSl'i, Mi.ua Wnrkliv Iautn, SI, SI JA, SI 5D und $J. ltu)iV l'antu, 73c, SI to 81 5(1 ISuJH' Suits nil Nsftol with Blmrt limtn, $1 $1 und GO, woitli SI" li8' bctiool ltuti nrilUiiiH, lio, Uo und rn)j; MUca'Hjid H)i.' (( hool hlioes, from SI tipwurd Ilia lnstSl W Miuls In llio tit j , und uur 5J bhocs cun t bo Lit at, J. W. SELBY'S, 1914-191O Pennsylvania Ave. Northwcct. I WEST KT r TS of Slllc and Alpnt a Surface 1ft IlltlJt UW, Includlnr tho folloltitr ot)lui; Ncwiiiarkftn, iwo riulnir, ltlmkrt, tuiMB und IhkmI, Kumlncton, half tUnut tit tint, IthnunriipfHuiidliixjtl, tlriulHn,liHifo I'Ltinir, ll IkkmI, linn Itidlti Mrlno Ulup, lu ulrcu larcrotflaiiuiid Ijindryri. lliiso uro tlio latttt und biittlilujn IiH.Or'sninerH Jkn tt All wiMilClgtli Mnck.lntui.li Couto, Mt?nit IteMmH Clotli und llubbLr fuat. Plain MittU UoxHuinLiii In nil criuUd, J'ui'd Fitio ItubUi CimtK, (dixHiuid ruluius, llubbtr llorso Locid und Wngon Annmi, iiieiiuouri u liuitncit t-o's nomsami PIIOl inrotdcbratwl tho world uir for their fupcrlor (iiiultiy. WoRinranttoliOHOl 1 ikt, fui guoiU of similar (.null, j Goodyear Rubber Co., 3og Ninth St. n. w., near Pa. Ave. MELVILLE IIMJSAY, Munujcr. Toor Itubbe r Qoods aredcuratimyrrluo. .fimuuiiil. n icruiK. '.d Hums. i B. K. PLAIN & CO., WtOKBHS, Grain, Provisions and Stocks, M.Y1II AM) I' M&. AMI 11J2 1' br. Musbliitoii, U, C. COLUMBIA NATIONAL DANK. Chicago Corrcihiiidentfl, MILMI.NK, 1 OUMAN A CO Constant nuotutu.1.4 f (ho Chicago aaduw lorlt Jlurw b niila vlrv. Boys' Overcoats We offer for this week only, the cholco of Two Hundred Little Overcoats worth $5 each, for $2.50 TWO-FIFTY. They come In various styles and colors, v. Ith and without capes, plain and kilted. They are made to fit little chaps, age3 3 to b years. Not ono of 'em worth less than $j. Tor th's week your choice of this lot for $2.50 TWO-FIFTY. $2.50 Another Drive. We also offer for this week Two Hundred and Thirty Youngsters Overcoats, ages 4 to 10, the actual value of which Is 10 each, but your cholco this week will cost you $5.00 JTVE DOLLARS. They are made from Trench Qoucle Cloths of a dozen or so different patterns, such as Black, Brown and Blue, and some of the prettiest combinations you evei saw. They have detachable hoods and belts. The hoods are lined with satin TalvC 'em all In all, they arc the richest bargains e ever offered in Youngsters Overcoats. SP7SCE. JJimioa. PIHNOS, Unequaled in Tono, Touch, Workmanship and Durability Ppcel tl attention of "Holiday Pnreliaprs" Is Imlte'ltotlielr "Xew Arllstlo Styles," linlshed In designs of Highest Decorative Art. PCroNT) IHNli n NO. a flno ossortn-tnt o( prominent makes ut all pi lees. ruNos rou hunt. WM. KNABE & CO., 817 Market Space. CHICKERM AKD Hardman PIKNOS. W. G. Metzerott & Co 903 Pennsylvania Avenue. Urcuicrico. ASSOCIATION. America's Largest Brewery, BruulucCaracltv Kr Annuum. 500,000 BARRELS. OFFICE AND DF.rOT: Corner Flret street and MrglnU acnuo, FRANK SCHWAHZ, Asent. U)oob nnb Conl. V. Baldwin Johnson, holesalo and llctall Dealer In "Wood and Ooal. Complete rncllltles , Entlnm 1'rkts. lull tight and Mi.unuro, 'ool and dial direct from tho fonsta nnd mines by mil iin 1 v-utur, und ino trom ela, hlato und other Imiiurltlt mJ. Mr. a Titia. Muhi "laid and Oflltt, lull It I.u.o.n w. IIphiipii 1 .M I A tin i t iinrtln ut. jiiiinc)i(hi.o tcnur Nlmli and Kbts northwest All lontu ited by tolt jihoia. COAL! COAL! .A.w.a.-x- DOWN. llUyiOUII MI.MCU bMTLY r.O II lll 1.111 enii In mil em A. 11 hMlTIIaml leiipiiniriinlrrsfrittfcli . , , coiil.illrtitfrcimtliu mlnps nrrhliiliiHyiHr rnrs lit ( emlDtiiul, tlrit anil Lhtreelsiiorllioast, 11 nml 11 1! it I oli u, nun effl or t avrnuu norlliMi it Cullut eltliir rtacti nn 1 ururo )our mpply A. D. SMITH, 603 N. Y. Ave. Inabe $2.50 $5.00 serviceable one at $7 JJooto nnb Qljoco. 112.5 Bargains for Gentlemen. Ikfore this month doses n o will dlsposo of th&t number of pairs of GENTS' SHOES ion JIY SKLL1.NO :illIcrAObrr'S7.50IInnd8ciodfor $6 ftacy, Adnm-t A, Co Jtl Hand now ed for - 3 Torrcy'a f(l Hand wmd for 5 Yrn nil know tlio vnluo of tlweo Shoee, nnd tlmt tiny uiunot bo obtained nt these rrlces tlcotthtiu. GEORGE W. RICH, 717 Market Space. FINE 3HOES Of every dcacrlirtlon, united to tho vnntsofall, htyllih, durable, romfort ablo and perfuct fitting. Mudo cspctlall) forua by tho bebtmanutactur era. We carry a largo rtock I11 eery depart ment and seldvm fall In suiting a lustomer. DALT0N & STRICkLAND, 030 Pennsylvania Avenue, WAIMMTIOX, D.C. One-Price Shoe Store. A. L. HAZELT0NK3. ie OI'. J 1111 nilll LI, LmlerUdd hello w1 Tlall 11, C. Hurts' Flub bhocs for Ladles a f poolalty. 4174 xoth St, N. W. (J27 Pa. Ave. East I hn n a lot of I Ino Shorn, my own make-, that I will utll ut u bursalu. OIto wo a trial. Slcamboata. M1 oiM vntv! JlllL.M' VlilCMI I JIOITNT VEHX0SI STEW HI V. W. tOHCORAN IBTiTllist Wlinif ilalldni'Dt 6undni)ror jiuim i.uo t , AtlO o'clock u. in : lwtiiinliiK. icaches ash Ingtun uliout J JO p. Pi. :r,. ml. BiR-o-vvnsr, DKAUJlt IN Paints.Oils, Glass, HlllMIIS, ) tllMMII-S, LUIS CAhTOU AMD MUM OUT OILS No. IS53 Seventh Street Northwest. PHOTO-ENGRAVING llm I11S ten nlly Mlcd m 11 Photo-EniriTivIntj Establishment lu eonuMtlim w'lli null'AI I N f VllOCLbb, I am Ifetuiftlln Inrillhli 1 11 lvktii ir Nn .i m.w siiiik l-nicri, ' I ln.toraliliu nil null Tur tliu rrnile, IjvtKURICE JOYCE, J 418 J.LGLMU UTRIXTN. W, . Ypx A 5 J H ' J 1 tU M 1 v, ij& .,n nnwseMWriU'i