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THE EVENING 01UTI0
IiSTAnM8IICD AUCIU8T
ISO
AMUOEMEKTfl TO OT0IIT
Natiovat TiiBATnr nrltWi iMImirri
lonnn Oi kiia Hoimk TIio Miwcnttn
MUMMin TIIKATUR COMiqDB J BtlCIV
Iibivkhb hiimmkh lunnKX Conctti
AiiKni 8uMKn HAmiKS LotictTt
Npcrliil tVrnthcr Iliillrlln
Tlio special liullcttn Issued from tlio Sig
nal onico lo iliy Bays
Tlio wltuls lu Now LngUm anil tlio JIljl
tlio Atlantic States nro i soutliwcstctlv Hi
tlio South Atlantic States tlio wJnili arc
northwesterly In thoOnlfStntc i easterly
elsewhere tho rrovnlllnff winds aro sotitli
crly
flip irltlc In JJiiirRclouii
Conies of Tun Kvmhno CniTio may bo
lail nnil subscriptions left ntnK Iundys
book nnil stationery btorc 123 llrirtfio sticct
Georgotown
PERTINENT PARAGRAPHS
Aboul l cnplo mill Thins III Wnili
liiKfnii
Fiitv iuoht nrrests were mailo by tho
pollco luring tho twenty four hours cniliiif
at 0 a in
John It Smalt n professional beggar
was sent to Jail for thirty days by liulgo
Snell to day for vagrancy
Tmnn was n geneial tearing down of
mourning decorations Irani nrivato resicicn
res nurl Imlncss houses about town to day
Tun members of tho Carroll Instltutont
n meeting last evening decided to accept an
invitation to bo present nt tho celebration
nt Yorktown
Kmma Camimux mid Kalo West two
colored women wcro knocked down mid
slightly injured by a passing wagon nt
Ninth and X streets last evening
PnnstDKNT ArtTHim has pardoned Capt
William Hughes who was sent to jail hero
nearly n year ago for an nllcgcd nssault
upon tlio daughter of V A llurllngame
Ilonrirr JIcXaijv was yesterday com
inltted by United SfUC3 Commissioner
Itogcr of llaltlmore for tlio authorities of
Washington 1 C on a chargo of larceny
TiinOrandCommandcry of Virginia havo
invited Col Myron 51 Parker and Col
lioyd of tills city to act as marshals nt
tho Yorktown Celebration llotli gentle
men havo accepted
John D lKimra says ho has not black
guarded General Grant slnco Arthur as
sumed tho residency As to tlio report
that ho was in tho habit of lieapingcalnmny
iilion President Arthur bo doc3 not deny
Ik October when tho woods nro glorious
in their scarlctand golden drapery is tho
timo to seek tlio autumn leaves aud ferns
A sevcro told is often tho result of such
plcasuro trips Dr Hulls Cough Sri up al
ways cures Coughs and Colds Price 23
cents
Tun cilom of Israel Coloicd M H
Church has elected tho following olllccrs
Samuel I Nickols conductor L Gunnol
president L II Wayne vice president
Sirs Elizabeth W Marshall secretary Win
II Jlycrs treasurer John 1 IN Wilkinson
chorister
1akiii IJurrowp who was Injured nt
Thirteenth street and Maryland avenuo
yesterday by tlio cart wliicu no was driving
being struck by a locomotive was attended
by Doctor Pcnwlck who states that tho
mans Injuries which consisted of falling
nud striking Ills head will not nioroofn
serious character
Mit W T Duiaxv tho well known
baggage master of tho Washington Ohio
Railroad whilo getting on tlio train at
Itound Hill Wednesday evening caught
Ills foot in tho turn table nnd several of
his toes wero smashed Ho was conveyed
to tho Mansion IIouso in Alexandria and
treated by Dr Lewis Whilo not serious
his wound is vciy painful
Tun award of tickets In Gons aga Collego
for September was as follows Tirst gram
mar T Shea second grammar D Roche
third grammar W Ilcishell first null
incuts 12 Stephens list Knglish P Quald
third mathematics J Graham first arith
metic J llrosnan second arithmetic D
ODonnell third arithmetic S Preston
liook kecnlnc P Mclleury C Dames nnd
W Flelshcll second French It Downing
nnd W Burkloy
DlNtrlct floierniiHiit Nolls
Two btrcct lamps will bo erected in tlio
alley in rear of tlio National Theatre
Major Morgan lias returned fiom llal
tlmore and was in his ollico to day
Tho pump at Twenty third and G
streets is complained of as out of repair
Two gas lamps havo been oidercd by
the Commissioners to bo erected on Nine
teenth street near N northwest
A request from tlio Inspector of llulld
lugs that tho new school building on square
Hl bo supplied with water has been ap
proved by tlio Commissioners
Tlio Commissioners havonppioved a
request of tlio Yorktown Reception Com
mittco that fifteen poles bo erected at points
along Pennsylvania avenue to nccoinino
ilato electric lights on tlio night of tho re
ception
Tho bchooncrs J W Gillct Annie
Lowe Howard Dill Illlc Lucy Kllen
Cornelia Fnny Kitty Ann Gen Talbcrt
and sloops Wave W J Ward Maggio and
Fanny Southcrd wero among tlio arrivals
nt tho wharves yesterday
-Lieutenant Greene tho Assistant ln
gincor Commissioner has recommended
that 100 of tho fund for cleaning tho
streets bo appropriated to cleaning out tho
Bowers nnd gutters on lately Improved
streets which havo been obstructed by tho
mud which collected during tho timo tlio
street was being graded This interference
with tho draluago lias been n universal
cause of complaint
Tlio jcursloii to I may
Messrs Lamblo Taylor will run n spe
cial train on Sunday next to tho Lurny
Caverns via tho Virginia Midland Rail
road Tho train will leave tlio Haltiiuoio
Potomao depot nt 0 am llythis arrange
ment tho ozcursionlsts will bo allowed ilvo
liours nt tho wonderful caves to inspect
their mysteries and beauty Messrs Lam
Mo Taylor Jiavo mado theso excursions to
Luruy very popular and should ho well
patronized as there Is no moro delightful
excursion from tho District of Columbia
HyuciilN It3 nl Neeurlly Oil
burns in all coal oil and keroscno lamps
and as its name Indicates will givo nil who
uso It perfect security in doingso This oil
wis otlercd to tho public thrco years ago
nnd Its great success proves that customers
desire an oil having high firo test com
bined with tho greatest Illuminating power
absenco of smell whilo burning and crystal
brilliancy For sale wholesale and retail
by Ocorgo Ryneal Jr 118 Seventh street
i 1
Interior AilorniiiciitN
The season has arrived to set homes lu
ordor The walls should bo rcpapercd and
tho curtains replaced Tho finest nnd
largest stock of paper hangings has Just
been received by W F Clark 1113 street
who employs nono but first class workmen
and uses nothing but tho finest goods All
who nro about to mako improvements
should call at onco at Mr Claikannd ox-
iimluo tho superb stock now 011 exhibition
TJ10 CliCHitiKuUo nnil Ohio Climil
The board of directors of tho Chcsapcako
and Ohio Canal held their monthly meeting
atBarnuiui Hotel Daltlmorc yesterday
umtnr tlormnit lircsldcd and Mr
mln Fawcctt of if ontgomcry County nctcd
secrotaryi Tho buslutu transacted was of
routluo character Aiuoiik tho gciitlciuoii
present were Commissioner Morgan nnd
Co Junics G Uorrctt of this city
lifirii
THE EVENING- CRITIC WASHINGTON 0 FRIDAY OCTOBER 7 1881
The IHllicrmi HynMl
Tho Lutheran Synod resumed its sessions
at St Pauls Church this morning with
Row Dr Domcr presiding Tho newly
elected olllccrs or tho Synod nro as follows t
Rev S Donter of St Pauls president
Rev Victor Mullcr of Lcltersburg Mil
secretary and W IL James of tho Ilrst
Lutheran Church of Raltlmore treasurer
Afterourieport closed yesterday afternoon
considerable routlno business was transacted
and the regular committees weio an
nounced Tho subjectof education was tlio
order of tho evening and was discussed by
all tho delegates
IWntlnunl pTKIIIsm to llftV WCTO
ducted liv Rev P Ide Tho substitute of
liev Mann on Statistics of Communicants
was taken up and adopted
Dr Dichl gavo notlco that at the next
minimi liiepllnff of till SvllOll II UlOtlOU
would bo mado to alter section H chapter
1 of tho Constitution to read its follows
Ministers fiom other Lutheran Synods
who may bo present can bo received ns ad
visory members and when thus received
hnvo liberty to speak but no voto Minis
ters in good standing In other orthodox nnd
ovnngcllcnl denominations can bo Introduced
to tho Synod and Invited to n seat among
tho members nnd may bo Invited by special
resolution to address tho Synod on any spe
cific subject
Reports wero received from the directors
of tho Theological Seminary tho nuilltlng
cmnmlttco on tho treasurers report and
tho visitor to Hargcrstown Female Semi
nary An appropriation of r0 was mado
for tlio Urooklyn Mission
AlipoliiliuiiitH lor Siiifiloy
Tho appolntmonts for Sunday werons fol
lows St Pauls Church Ifcv fl Dichl 11
a in oiilliintion sermon ni yiu p
Rev J H llirelay and Suiiday scliool ad
dresses by Rev 1 Scholl and Rev JG lie
Atee Memorial Church Row M Valentine
11 am child rouamlsslonnry anniversary
n m addresses bv Rev S 1 Ilnckcl RoV
Victor Miller Row L A Maun fhurcli of
the Reformation Rev A J Richardson 11
n ni West Washington Lutheran Church
Rev Victor Mlllor U a in Rev M L
Young 730 p in Foundry M
L Church Rev J II Rircloy 11 n m
Wesloy Chapel Rov D S Johnston 11 n
m Rov DS Larnctte 720 pm Met
ropolitan Presbyterian Church Rov Geo
Scholl 7i30 p m McKcndrco Chapel Rov
P Ricr 11 a in Hpw H W ICiiiins 7n0
p m St Gcorgos Hall JJpw F
1 Manhnrt 11 a m Rov W 0
Wire 7i0 p in Reformed Lplscopal Church
Mnsonlfl Hall Professor R M Dickie 11
a m North Prcshyloriau Church Rov
P Dergstrcsscr 11 a in Hyland Ohapcl Iov
S M Furoy 11 am St Johns Lutheran
German Church Hov J J Young U n m
Second Lutheran Ulmreii JMitunore upv
Wm Stoiidcnnicer St Marks Daltlmoie
Rov P II Miller First Lutheran Church
Daltlmorc Rov J J SleAtco Mt Vernon
M D South Rov L A Mann 730p m
Tho Synod then took a recess till 730
oclock All tho lucmliors met in n body nt
2 p m this nftcrnoon and paid heir re
spects to President Arthur tho presenta
tions being niBdo by Rev Dr Jlutlcr
Tlo subject of homo ami foreign missions
will bo taken up to night Addrosios will
lo mauo ny ucv ur BtorK oi jiauiraore
on Foreign Missions and Rov Mr Ktilin
of Westminster Mil on HomilMissIons
liilU miH IleloiiHe
Kx Jiiileo Georco W Curtis who is now
lu New York denies that ho had oflcred to
defend tho assassin Gultcau but says ho
was asked tlio question uy a lricnii oi mo
family Do you dare defond Gultcau
and his answer was I ilaro defend any
body Ho has not seen Mi bcpvillc anil
has not been retained In regard to tlio
case ho says Ho phould bo falily tried
umlcr tlo law anil n tno oviuenco cstau
Italics liN Insanity ho should bo confined
for llfo securely whcio ho could injiiro no
ono Of course If tho attempt to establish
his insanity Is unsuccessful ho should ic
eclvo tlio full punishment inotcd out by
law A fair tiial of this assassin in tho
prosont excited stato of public feeling would
bo a more successful test of tho valuo anil
permanence of American institutions thnn
any other which can no conccivcu
- 1
WniiiimM rnrclRii Mlssloimry Koclcly
of I he 31 i riiureli
Tho quarterly meeting of tho Daltlmoio
branch of tho Womans Forelh Missionary
Society of tho M D Cliureh was held nt tho
Fnycttc strcet M K Church Dalllrtioro
ycsteiday This society embraces Mary
laud portions of Delaware and Virginia
nnd tho District of Columbia Tho reports
of tho secretaries showed valuable and en
couraging work Tho secretaries reporting
wero MrsT V Llnvlllo of this city Mrs
C II Tudor of Daltiuioro Mrs 11 II
FowliT of West Daltlmoio Mrs D M
Hall of Last Daltlmorc nnd Mrs T I
Stevens of Wilmington Del
Tho amount of collections wcio but 700
being 300 less than tho yenr preceding
Letters from tho different missionaries lu
India China Japan and Mexico worn lend
It was announced that Misses Lou D
Dlnckmaraud Isabella Tholmrii who nio
now nt home will sail from Now York on
thoSOth for India with sixty other mis
sionaries
A lortiCiitvil lloforiucr
Tho old missionary named John White
ford lias been twlco assaulted this Meek by
gangs of iiiillans headed by Patrick Sulli
van During tho first assault Sullivan
struck Mr Whiteford on tlio head with n
brick spattering him with blood
fiom head to foot Tho second
assault occurred Inst night in which tho
persecuted missionary escaped a sovcro beat
ing by taking rcfugo in nstoto at Second
and 11 streets northeast Sullivan and his
party being unablo to Injure Mr Whllcfoid
proceeded to his misslou housc which thoy
battcied with stones A warrant Is sworn
out for Sullivan nnd ho will probably bo
arrested In n day or two
II 10 AViMlillii
Cant ltovcrlv Tucker of WliliamsbuiK
Va and Lucy Jnno Higglnbotloin of
Lynchburg Va
Win lVIssello city and Mary F Stu
art ofMllfordDcl
L F Dell of Detroit Mich and Katio E
Conovor El abctli City N J
Frank G Hnyro and Rosa L Diinkloy
Joscnh Noves and Henrietta Shaw Rock
villo Montgomery County Mil
W W Vnualstlno of Now York and
Mary Fulton city
Uuulicr Mining 4oinimiiy
To day a certlficnlo of incorporation was
filed in tlio ollico of tho Rccouler of Deeds
under tho namo nnd stylo of tho Quaker
Mlnlmr Comnaiiv Tlio object of tho com
pany shall bo to carry on tho business of
milling at sucil pmueHui kiiii tumiiiuiy niiiiu
designate Tlio capital stock is fixed nt
0000 and tho shares limited to 100 Tho
directors nio Daniel Dttcd Geo W Kill
Dcrnnrd T Jiinncy Sumner SKIrk nnd
Wm Robinson
Wo Curry llin Inriroit
and most comjiletollnoofyouthsboys and
childrens clothing In all Its branches of
nny liouso in tlio District II Itoblnsoii
Co 000 Pennsylvania nvcniie
A complaint from tlio Fliolloard that Vli
glnia avenue lu tho vicinity of tho No 1
Engluo House is often almost impassible on
account of mud bus been rcfoncd to tho
Engineer Conimlssloucr with tho recom
mendation that tho street should bo paved
If ho deems such action advisable
Tliero is such a thine a3 being loo oh
servant I dont know that Drowns
wlfo beats him said Jones but I have
my strong suspicious Tlio last timo that I
visited tho house I noticed that tho lolling
pin was badly dented
THE COURTS
Iiioiiati Couiit To day nlat of
I luicncoC Murray petition for letters of
administration filed nnd onlcr of
tlon In the matter ol tlio estate m J
LongEdes letters of administration wcro
granted to draco F ldcs nnd nlso tho
guardianship of her children Estate of
Mary M Day deceased Carollno 12 Ander
son nppnlntcd administratrix bond 100
Tho will of Fllznbcth II Travcrs dc
ceased was admitted to probate and letters
testamentary wcro granted to Mary Darnall
bond inOO Mary D Matthews was ap
pointed administratrix of tho cstnto of Ed
S Matthews deccasod bond 300 Letters
testamentary wcro granted to Ocorgo C
Kerens mid Richard Henderson on thocs
tato of David McQueen deceased bond
snnon
Cuvivr iv Danc To day Win H Har
rison after uxainlnntloii waiadmlttcdns a
member of tlio bar Jackson vs Galo
decrco below alllrmcd and appeal tnkim
Equity Coout To day Ergood vs
Godcy pro confesso ngainst certain defend
ants nnd proof ordered to bo taken Dnrr
vs Darr trustees nccoiint ratified nud caqso
referred to auditor Kcaslpy vs F aton
commission to obtain answer nf Infant de
fendant ordered Giles lion Company vs
Fishori dnmuncr ovcrriilcil with thirty
days to nnswci Wnhlrou vs Wahlron
salo finally ratified and lima uistruuitcii
A IHihl Tlmn
An unknown eolorcd thief nppcared nt
tholiackgato of No 709 Four-and-a-half
street this afternoon and nsked If the resi
dents had any old bones to sell On re
ceiving tf IKgJjtho reply ho proceeded to
tlio rear of hq JOJ ncpiljcA by Mrs
Diichanan and climbed qcr tho fenpoon tp
ashed qui then tq tho sccoid story win
dow from vrhpllip rcnshei n grepn silk
dress nud other aitlclcs nf lntlng nnd
was making n ltasty departure when an
alarm was given and tiirco men started
after him but tlio thief mado his escapo by
climbing or a fenpo jiid has not lieen
seen sluc6
Tlio IyiiiIiburtf llont Iluco
Oil Slniay mpmlng next tlio Columbia
Rout Club will send two orews to Lynch
burg Virginia to low on Monday In tho
regatta of tho Tobacco City lloat Club
Tlio first of tlio four oared crews will con
sist of Messrs Nutc Kintncr W D Draco
and E R Itracc Tho second will bo com
pqc of Messrs J S Zciglcr W A Smith
C D Davis nnd lamps Yolff
This laco was to havo taken iilaco on
Tuesday tlio 20th of last month but was
postponed on account of tho death of Presi
dent Uqrflcld Tlio Pfltomats wcro billed
to participate li tno rnco nut uceiiicii not
to co 011 this account Tho Columlilas send
two prpws Jhpro will also bo a
scull race 111 wiucn Jlcssvs ijoronnccry ami
Lako will represent Washingtoii
ItoiiKli mill Tmiililc llRlil
A fight occurred last night nt tlio corner
orTentlistiectnnu jousiaina avenuo ovcrn
gamo of cauls in which tho participants
wcro S F Lqini f John Donclson Lcni
Weedcn nnd u man who cavo tho immo of
Jones Olllccr Oilvor arrived qi tho sccuo
anil found Wcciicn lying on tno pavement
whilo jqnesvas beating him nn tho head
Oliver was unable to scnarato tlio com
bntmitii nnd called for nssistance when
Oilleow Jonos and HarlawJ nud Ilcut
Arnold arrlvod and tho mon wero all con
veyed to tho Fifth Precinct Station where
Weedcn struck Jones on tho head In tho
Pollco Couit to day Weedcn was fined fi for
ussiult nud 5 for making an nfliay Tho
other three incu all forfeited collateral
Tlio Work or ho iJianil Jury To
Iny
Tliogiaiijiry cimo into Coiut nt 130
p m nnd ret 111 ned truo bills as folr
lows
Martha Hanks assault with Intent to kill
Edmund Smith assault with Intent to kill
Thos Jackson second ollenso of petit lar
ceny William Allen and llenjaniln Mur
lay burglary and larceny Joseph Graves
keeping a common naming tablo withqtit
license
toiiteiiiptlblo Ill lei oh
Complaints havo been received at tho
ollico of MaJ Drock that a number of half
grown colored men nro In tho habit of wait
ing in the streets in tho vicinity of a num
ber of privato and public schools In this city
and stealing tho luiiohcs from very small
children Tho lieutenants havo been in
stiucted to uso ovory means to break up
this practice and hnvo nil parties arrested
and prosecuted for vagrancy who aro caught
in tlio act of robbing tho school children
To tlio Nlovo Trmlc
Tho timo for placing stoves on oil cloth
and zinc has passed and something safe
neat and durable lias been provided Mr
Samuel R Gittings No 012 Pennsylvania
avenuo has fust received tho solo agency for
tho Crystal Stovo Hoard which should bo
placed lu cvory house Every housekeeper
should seo tho samples which Mr G has
now on exhibition His establishment is
tlio Iieadquartors for ammunition f nil
kinds
FINANCIAL
ToiluyN Htoclc UiiolntloiiH
Tho following observations of tlio trans
actions in tlio financial market to day to
gether with opening and closing quotations
nro furnished by tho banking houso of II
I Cooke Jr Co 1 12 F street Washing
ton D C
Xamh orKiocu
American Ulntrlct
O i O
C U I
Canada JSouthei 11
Chlcuco llurlliiKtou mill
U u - 1 U
Jlilcugo M laul M - U
1I0 iirefi mil
Cenulil IMdlln
Chi m I t N u
Del Jjickftwuuna v
Dclnwiiro iiiiU lliiiLsnn
Domcr urn JUo UranUc
jrlo
llnnnltjal mill HI Joe
do preterml
llniision ami Tcxus
Illinois Iliurnl
lint H t W
Laka Hliore
Loulsvlllo nnd NiiHlivlllu
Inlfnlrli mill WiKlorn
Ohio and MlnstsMlppl
do preferred
Union laelllc
WcHlern Union
Wabash Hi I and laelllc
do preferred
Col Coal
Munhattun Heath
Memphis tt Ohio
Metropolitan Ktovuled
New York Kluvuleil
Ohio Lcntrni
I 11 1
IM It It
Texas laelllc
Adams ICxpreivS
American ixprisM
United Hind
A rlroiia
its 4
SVV Jjxprcut
rariuon
Iltndwood
llomihtakr
llttlellttaburg
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jprew
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Missouri 1iK lllc nil
Missouri Jiimsas iV Texiui wi
Maiiliiittnu itcvntl i
New Yorlc Ccutrul 1 17 J
Mnrllintideru V-
no priiiurrcu 1
New jomoy Cetitrut - i
Nlmhvllln nnil lluttlinooMl HI
Northern IMcltlc Wti
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Hutrn runnel I u
United Btnles4iierceiit couiion injiHOJf
Wnlicd Hlates I percent registered 111iMIIOJ
ITnltol Ktutt H Hi per cent coupon lUMlia
UnlleitHtatea percent registered HlUilWi
United HtnlenS per cent regd iiuMIii
United Hiates currency ntxes ltai It2J l
United Htatemixca or 1MI MitiM
1 V J Duh 1117
Geo I1 Timms
luIlcOI TIN
PAINTSj
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Washington 1 1 IX
TOO LATE TO CLASSin
MID1M4 Air MAN
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I W ontof work Bomitldngtodoi w
out of town- lltrltlnolilre
inipgioga
GEOnaETOWH AFFAIRS
oi T
OXS3ST TO JJAY
A lOIL IINH op
FALL OVERCOATS
GE0EGE SPRANSY
oc7 107 HKVKNT1 1 BTItinT May lllllldlng
QBO BYNBAL JR
Wholpsalennrt Ilelnll Denier In
AirJillrUlulllT AVI llIAnMOnT IKS
lAsll00lHllcAlTlsll and
No 418 BiiWUtbHt N woppOdd leirow Hull
till
TlllNU lrcloiiKO
I Henrv Alvarth a wlilto man from
oilcltsburg nnpenrcil ou Qraoo etrcot yeslcr
iluy bcxftliiR fof monoy stilting that ho Iinil
n lwraiyzcu linn nun wiiuich tmnv niuiu y
to get illuncr A pollco olllooru attention
wiw nttmcteil nnil tho limn wiirclicil wlion
It was ftsccrtiilniil that ho liuil obtalucil 21
in small chango fiom tho chailtnhlo insl
dents of atorKftown on tho strength of his
nlHIction which a mcilleal oxaiuluntloii
nroved to ho n fabrication Jmlgo Snell ilo
cliktl in thorollcoCouit to ilay that tho
disabled mm business was played out nnd
sent Alwaith to tlio woili bouso for ninety
days for vagrancy
V YiMUK Niimip
Andy Johiibqn 1 small colored boy was
clmrgtil in tho lolico Court vlth thiqwlig
natono through tho window of ft ciyr of tho
Metionojltau sticct car lino uuicorgciowii
nnd narrowly inlsaiiig n liidy Hitting In thp
car Jmlgo riiieii scin inu uoy 10 jnu iui
thirty day
Sleepless Jfan 1 What Is tho host
way to kill a cat Any way nny way
so that you inulco 11 sitto thing nf it Hot
ion Vuil
Harry B Parker
Geo P Timms Go
Aro now under full sail Thoir preparations for business
aro full and cornploto
Geo F Timms Co
Havo thoir Mens and Youths Departments Stocked with a
Line of Goods which it is thought will prove equal to all
demands
Greo F Timms Co
Invito Special Attention to their Boys and Childrens De
partments Tho selections are Handsome Largo and Com
plete It is not thought that any ono can fail to be pleased
in theso Departments
Geo F Timms Co
Havo all Goods Marked in Plain Figures The Lowest Price
Possible being Given at Once and this price is too low to
be objected to
Geo F Timms Co
Insure Polite Attention to all who are kind enough to call
and promise not to urge visitors to buy
400 1 W Corner Seventh and D Streets
VALUABLE TRUTHS
If you nresiinvrliici ft nm poor health
or laiiKUtihliur tin a hed of ultkness tako
cheer lor
Hop Bitters will Cure you
If you aro simply olunz If you fed
weak nnd dispirited without clearly
kiionuu why
Hop Bitters will Revive you
If you are n minister nnd havo over
laxotl yourself Willi yimr pastoral ilu
ties orailclher worn out Willi cmo
antiwar
Hop Blttera will Restore you
If i 011 nro a man of huslnesH or la
horer weakened by tins utraln or
Sour overv dny thillen or amnntif
letters lolling over our midnight
work
Hop Bitters will Strengthen you
If yon nicHiirrurlnz from over eating
or drinking nny ItitUscn Hon or tlwsl
nation or are joung nnd growing too
rust as Is nflen tho ease
Hop Bitters will Relieve you
II you are In tho workshop on Iho
farm nt the desk unywliere unit leel
that your Nysiem needs eleanslng ton
Mug or ntlinuhitlug without Inloxlcut
log
Hop Blttera is what yon neeil
If you nro old nnd jour blood II1I11
nnd Impure pulso leeble your ncrvw
iMiiteiuly nid your niculitit wnnlng
Hop Bitters will give you new Life anrl
Vigor
HOP lUTTrHS Is nn elegant
healthy nnd refrislilng lluorlng fur
Hick room ilrlukti Impuro water etc
tendering them harniltiw ami Hweet
enlug tho mouth aud cleaunlng tho
Htnniueh auS
TTIAII MAltMION HiAHl
1 1001 ClOMlDUsr 1801
CheKtnut 10 hands high illsllngulshed for re
murkublo beauty mihstaiite uinl pure trolling nc
tlnni by ilalddtist lr winner four year cult makes
llostou tlamhy Alexnnderidwlu lorret tgH
jioniiersliiijulii IorrestaM wllluui
iiiai rair tirounug vaHiiiugitii 11 u 111 cuurgu
KEEPS
Grand Opening
WodeHlro to say to our fileuds and the public
generally that our Block of
Geiifaeiis Fine FnraisWBg Goods
h now complcle Wo uro picpuretl to show u
JarKcr nnil llncr blork tills hiilsou tlmiintiiny
ire Ions t line finch ui lino
French and English Novelties
Nochlieni Sill nnil Mnniilliiliilllorclilofn
SilHJioiiilcra Scurf Iln Ao
of our own Imiiorlnlloni nlso tho VlnentTliinof
Neckwear of our own mnko ever hefuru hIiowh
and nt pilocs Unit uuut command the attention of
buyers
Winter Underwear
Owing to the very unseasonable wcntherlt makes
ono feel hut lo think of heavy goods but we havo
IhelJiigest and 1lnest Htock or Wlnler Under
wear that w havo evtr bownof ourownnnd
other beht makes and desliotlint you Hliuuld know
It OnoHIIXIAIi llAlUlVINls
35 doz Heavy White Merino Shirts
and Drawers at 1 each piece
Thcau goods uro UO per cent less lu price than
nny houso lids Hlile of New York Also mill Line
of
Bneflish Merino Scotch Wool
Shirts nnd Drawers
Pull Vashloned In Wlilto nnd Kcnrlet
Keeps Medicated Red Flannel Shirts
and Drawers 175 each piece
Keeps Improved Canton Flannel Shirts
and Drawers Bo cents each
Will open In n few days lull lines of Kiitis
Kill ANJl ANrilUUi IIIOVIM nt HllXIIAIi
JIC13 WedesiriiiiKaliitocnllioiirutteiilloiito
KEEPS SHIRTS
either lu stock or made to measure ns being Out
oeNinuiiciieapesiHiuiisuiiuowurni
Wo earnestly Invito an examlniiilou of Keep
goods hofoi e purchasing elsen here
OLIVER P BUBJDETTE
437 Seventh St Northwost
nori aiint IOit iiiHniitTorcotUMiiiA
OlJI Ut
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
IIOOICS ANI HTATIONIJIIV
wiioiiAii and uinAir
a a fxtsexjIj
las NINTH HTWILT N0HTIIW1T ool
HOLIDAY GOODS
Mccreary moclellands
024 BHVlINTII BTUKKrWW
AMERICAN GINGER ALE
lJQUAIi TO TIIK llKST
FOR SALR by Dealers Generally
riulnMUIinillfllll
NUW SIOCIC fjiUsit DoslKim WALL IAVJllS
juht niumvii
Tltrany llnrln llrcwer nnil Ollicra Solo Audit
lor liiilincra llnicllili Dpcornllvo lilt nnil Fi wmjoo
WA1I IAlJll winuow nnuutsi jmiuiutta -
Icffl W V CLA11K 1111 1 HI Norlliwcut
UW 0 PALMB
Mfth Semi Ariniml lillinery Opening
isiluvofltoi
THE FAMOUS
Fall Opening at Kings Palace
814 SE VB3STTI3 STREET
For the Cure of Coughs Colds
Hoarseness UronchitisCroup Influ
enza AsthmaWhooping Cough In
cipient Consumption mu forthc re
lief of consumntlve personsm advan
ced stages of the jMseasc For Sale
by all 25 uents
vjiiiiliMWHHIIWWWMMit
OF
FrencUEflfilisliPattumHatseflMeis
AND ALL THE OTHER
Novelties in the Millinery Line
Will Take Place on
Wednesday and Thursday Oct 5 and 6
All are Invited to Inspect the
wiiti cloth roil window and dood
KUIIllNHllt
r BOIINEIDEll li BONS
Cor Klsltcenlli ul una lcnnsylviuilu avenuo
OH
Also on Exhibition the
lost Wonderful Mection of Artificial Plants
Very Desirable for Parlor Ornaments at Remarkably Low Figures
We would Advise the Ladies Not to Fail to Inspect this
Moat Wonderful Exhibition
The Well Eamecl Reputation of keeping-
Fiorn Home and Abroad will not only Repeat Itself but will Eclipse all
our former Efforts
Wo can only say come and a right hearty Welcome will
bo accorded to all who honor us with an Inspection
We Promise a Great Treat in Store for all
LonofArtaiKlMailAflnsof Beauty aiFaioi
OUR ENTIRE
iCIlsTO S PALACE E3ZALEi
Will be Thrown Open Wednesday Morning
OGXOllint S AT II OCLOCK
KIZtsTGPS PALAGE
814 Seventh Street
GROCERIES
pitUIT JA1W AT COST
to stAKiitooarron tali stock
MAHONHI5UJtOViD l OIICULAINLIKKO
TOW AND TIIK OEM ALT HIZKS
AT ACTUAL COST lOK
oni wnmc only
CALL AT
onci
Elphonzo Youngs
mill
GROCER
10 1 OTII NT HCT II AND N W
PINE8T OUALITY PRINT BUTTER
VULL WIKIIIT nt
McCAULEY DELLWIGS
aon iijnna avi iastiuhi t
Dellwig MoOauleys oor 2d and 0 n e
Jhiin niNciint avholi sriois
llCKIINd VINKOAlt
viiKsii coNcoitn fiitris
uoujuir wmsicv
GEO 0KCflS3
WIIOLliSALR AND IllITAIL OUOCIJIt
iitmai mill Kovrnth htrcct Northwit
HAltllOUK UAMILTON
Wliolofinlo
riOUltWINiANIHIllOUiilVMiUCIIANTR
ii7 a Illl LnnlHlttim Avinun Wl
SPRINQ LEAF TEA
AT 00 OlINTS A lOUNl
JUlt 15 ANI IALATAllI13
N W BUROHELL
iai3 V RTltUKT
LADIES COLUMN
mi Vr GOODS
Juit rocolvtil n Hupcrb Assortment of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
lor tlio rail Season nt Ola BUVKNTII BTTtKET
T1uho kooUh must bo kccii lobe nppntclatpil
G TTTMAlSrS
OlS 8EVKNT1I 8TIIEET NOltTlnVKST
Extraordinary Bargains in
Faucy aufl Milliuery Gootls and Notions
AT
TIU JIAltKKT HlACKC01tNKItliCIIITIIST
Tim iiNTini stock oi
LADIES UNDERWEAR
To ha cloned out nt 1ms than cost
Cull nml con vlnco yourseU nt
MRS MAX WEYLS
713 SI3VKNTII STltEETNOUTHWEST
Also n lull lino of InfantH Wear on Imml Jy28
ONE HUNDRED DIFFERENT KINDS
Ol HOUHlIIOLD lOOlS AT 101ULAll
lllIClSJ
BOSTON VAEIETI STOKE II
WIS
UNDERTAKERS
703 JIAUKUT Hl-ACT-
GLOVEBS
OSil IENNSYIVANIA AVENUK
CIIOICi SELECTION OF
Haraburr Einbroidorios Hosiery
Lncostlloveiinil Undcrwoar Clillilrons
DicsBUH Swiss nnd Laco Caps ut
MRS SBLMA RUPPBRTS
QO NINTH BTltUKT oppo lqtont Olflco
HAND KNIT ZEPHYR SHAWLS
I ih niw youk avknui
KPl1
HOSIERYAa Specialty
DOUGLASS
i41 NINTH AND V STHEETfi
E F HARVEY UNDERTAKER
Oil HlVENTlI ST NOItTHWKST
lNirmorly 132 V Htroot Nortliwont
TliapiilillaNraippctruIlyiiotlllnl that I om no
loiiccr nt u 1 slriit but MX bcvenlh lroit north
wisit 11 1 11A11VUV
Joil
J T aXjB3VEB3SrTS
UNDERTAKER and Funeral Director
No 70 mail HTltUETaeorgolown
O A IB PET 1 3T C3 S
GEO WII1LNER
Has In Block nftill lino of Ciirm tliign nil griiilo
Ollclolhii kioon uiul Htinw Mull iiB Also latest
st IrH In vall l nncr Wlnilpw Hliadu unci Curmln
liioilH Ijii o and tluuta Net Mosijulto Unioplra
Wire Window and Door Bcrccns
ll Icm Iw
GEOKQE
No 420 NINTH STIIHKT NOllTHWriiT
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