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THE EVENING OBITIO, WASHINGTON D. 0., TUESDAY, JUKE 3, 1884.
Werner's Graiie III
Meraenleil, SpaiUiog Grape Juice.
EOE MDIOMAL USE.
Our Temperance Friends can now oet the
Benefit of Grape Julco With
lQ?-For Sale on Draught at Thomp
son's, Milburn's and National Hotel
610 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
SILKS AND DRESS GOODS.
TRUNNEL & CLARK
811 MARKET BIM.CE.
7Se Sevontli Street. 7SS
Bluk 1 Gros Oraln 8111c. ..65 cents
2.V. ImiiUixiiIi II cents
15c 1 nd ...... ... -10 tynt
Parasols and Sun Umbrellas. From JJc. to 13.50
And riescnts given dully at YOUNG'S to $0
9 Tickets good for a haudsomo Oil Palatine.
Sp Parasols afltSiUmlirellas.
J list Opened a lull Uno oC Spring Parasols and Ban
mark Bints in an graaes.
Colored KUii and Hllk Poplins.
I .aw nil. Plaid and Htrlncd Muslin
Hosiery, Illovea and Underwear.
Mery. Gloves and underwear...
Table Linens, N opklns and Toweling.
Fall stock ol nil Kinds ot uomesua uooao.
We solicit all from all In want or Dry Goods.
WILLIAM R. RILEY,
IUIcy llnlliUiig. Cnr.PllnuiilIIHIa.n.vr.
LANSBURGH & BRO.,
420, 422 and 424 Seventh Street.
Sovonth St. Ono Price Store
G-UINNIP & CO,
404 and 406 Seventh St. Northwest.
PIANOS & MUSIC.
JOOT E. ELLIS & 00.,
937 Ponna. Avonuo,
Near Tenth Street.
THE OLDEST AND LARGK8TMUSI0H0USE
IN THE CITY.
Mason & Hamlin, Smith American, Geo.
Woods &. Co., Fort Wayne, Chase,
Sterllno and Estcy Organs,
133, 30, I0, ISO, too, 73 and upward.
Good Second-hand Pianos trom f to Upward. All
guaranteed, Mid If not b represented will bo ox
changed or money refuuded.
C3-. EC. TTaKCJKT,
Decker Bros.' Pianos,
407 TENTII STREET NORTHWEST.
J. 3T. LUCAB,
Emerson, Steele & Ban's Fianos.piM
Wilcox ft White and Klmbnll Or.1 T 9 His
cans, pianos and Organs sold on Instalments,
rented or exchanged; rent applied If purchased,
HENRY EBERBACH, 915 F St.
Managing farmer ol the late Arm or Ellis & Oo.
Tlio Mimical Wonder oftlm liny.
Wo Invite all who enjoy good mnslo to call and
GJ-. X,. -VcriX.13 Oc BBO.,
70l BKVENTH ST. N. W.,
Wholesalo and Jletall Agents for the
OreiicMroiio mill Ilio Clnrluiui.
ALM. THE BTIEFF, THE ICHANlail &
I1AOH AND NEW ENGLAND PIANOS,
At Trices nndTerms to Bultall Purchasers.
Irvlng'slmpreiuilons of America.
'I bo Entailed Hat. "Galb."
Battle of Stone's River. Stevenson.
The Slh erada Squatter. Stevenson.
Tommy Upmore. lilackmoro,
Mothers In Council.
Quit keands. lira. Wlsner.
ltoman HlnfierH. Cr&wl'urd.
itapld Rambllngsln Europe. Falkner,
The ulanfs ltobo. Austey.
A largo slock of cheap publications for summer
leading always un hand at
WM. H. MORRISON'S,
470 Pennsylvania Avonuo.
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EnttrtA fil IA PcitcUce In WatMngton at Iteoml
Tuosday, Juno 3, 1884.
The .National Ecpubllcan Convention
now in session at Chicago, starts off badly.
Tbo selection of Powell Clayton as tem
porary chairman was ono unfit to bo mado.
Ho wns ono of tlio most disreputable of tho
old carpet-baggers of'Oio South, and In no
nay and at no tlmo mado ior himself nny
other reputation than that of n mercenary
nud a brawler.
If this disgraceful commencement Is to
bo followed by equally disgraceful work,
tbo Grand Old Farty might as well closo
TiiEnn was a grand musical festival in
Chicago last week. Thoro Is also Bomo
music In Chicago this wcok.
No oni: can doubt tho fact that tho
Slalno men can mnlto mora uolso than tho
adherents of any other candidate
General Butler, It Is said, will not
uso bis yacht this summer. It draws too
much water for Bait Creek navigation.
The Arthur men figaro S97 on tho first
ballot. Tbo Rlalno mon's system of math
ematics gives their leader 313 on tho first
JuDCHNO from tho latest dispatcher from
Chicago, a number of Presidential candi
dates have been wounded lu the housos of
CONGRESSMAN IlUBSELL, Of llaSSacbu-
sjctts, wholsono of tho most useful Mem
bers of tho House, announces that ho will
not bo a candldato for le-clcctlon.
Tresident ArtTiiun Is to bo put In nom
inatlon by Martin I. Townscnd, of New
York. Martin, liko most of tho Arthur
delegates, is a Federal officeholder. Tlioso
who arc not expect to bo pretty soon.
The editor of tbo Tost bas Just discov
ered that Tlldcu's record on tho tariff
Is that of a consistent Democrat. Thcro
aro a great many other facts about Mr. Til
den and tho Democratic party that tho
Tost bas got to learn yet.
The most absurd thing of all at Chlci?o
Is tbo threat of tho aldermen that thoy will
not allow tho convention to bo held in tbo
Exposition building becauss thoy were not
given front scats in tho show. If thoy
should attempt anything of tbo kind they
ought to bo glvcu a private, box in a placo
where tho walking spaco Is limited.
The two figures that havo so far cut tho
worst flguro at Chicago aro Sonator Ifarrl
sou and cx-b'enator Clayton. Tho former
went thcro for another man, and ctmoout
for himself. Tho latter wont thcro for him
self and tho perquisites. IIo seems to havo
secured tbo perquisites. Perquisites aro
great things to tho thrifty politician.
The decision of tho National Savings
Sank to rcqulro tho thirty days' notice, t
which they nra entitled under tholr char
ter beforo paying claims of depositors, Is
eminently wlso. Ituns on banks aro
fraught with much danger always, utid
only servo to keep up oxcitcnient. Tho
bank In qwstion Is sound and ablo to piy
every dollar it owes, and could do It with
out enforcing tho thirty-day rulo, but it
has adopted tho wisest courso against nny
The Republican National Convontlon will
begin buslncna to-day. It 19 not probable
that thero will bo any balloting betoro to
morrow, but tho voting on tbo prullmlnnry or
conization to-day may bo an Indication ot tho
relative strength ot tlio loading candidates.
MpuUlcan Ml. morning.
If Powell Clayton had not been soloctcd
as tho temporary president of tho conven
tion, thoprcllmlnaty skirmish might havo
furnished somo idea of tho final rosult. Tho
promiso of tbo portfolio of war or a foreign
mission Is n very tempting thing to a man
of Clayton's calibre.
The main hopo ot too Domocratlo lsidors
for succcsb in tho Presidential couto.it is that
tho Republicans maymako a mistake at Chi
cago. Dayton .Ohio) Journal.
Tho first movo mado was a mistake
When a party is forced to tako such n man
as Powell Clayton for temporary chairman
of a National convention, It is certain?
guilty of a mistake, that tho honost voters
of tbo party will bo vory loth to forglvo.
Keualor McIMierHon'M I'lrni l'nlli.
New York Horning Journal.
The sudden dissolution ot tho well.known
Arm ot Uoncy k Mcl'horsou, tho extensive cat
tle dealers ot this city and Jorsey Ulty, ot
which Unltotl BtateB Senator John It. Mul'nor
son wasonoot Iho gonoral partners, was an
nounced Baturday and caused muohsurprlso.
Tho urni had omces at No. 01 Uollejio l'liae.
Mr. Coney was tboacllvs psrinerot thollrm,
Uowaseald to bo n most reliable ana capt
blomaD, woe vory won known to tho trado
and was ono ol the oldest lira stock salesmen
In tho city. Ills personal reputation was
very good and his crollt sellora questioned.
In 16iO ho was nollovcd r bo worth $250,000,
but two years later- hU standing was ro
duced to $160,000. Mr. Coney bocame inter
ested In a Virginia lumbering business to as
sist a relative, nnd by tho ilwitli ol that rela
tive Mr. Conoy was compelled to assume most
of tho responsibility, and In consequence was
compelled to use his individual crodlt. Mr.
Daniel Mcl'herson said that the dissolution ot
tho llrm was due to Mr. Conev's troubles with
parties to whom hn had loaned largo sums,
and which ho was unablo to collect, It was
learned thatBenator Mel'horson'a reasons tor
withdrawing from tho Arm wero purely per
sonal. IIo did not core to bo mixed up with
Wlint In Certain Amlil
Everything seems to bo lnagfrTuddleoutln
Chicago Jim now. The ulaK6 men claim n
majority on llrst ballot, .jgirtihur-a adherents
aro likewise hopeful oitfneir champion com
ing out n winner. IgWnot bo told lust now
who will reach. IUTy bo Arthur! It may bo
Vlalnct It mayjfcf tilicnnau, and probably a
dark horse nejJXTt dreamed of. It can bo told,
though, wltlw certainty that Itiblnson, Par-
.uci n jvigouuvna wtin1, ut utouiu aou It
tlU.njapu iuv luwiiub wwtinvu i.i IllOUUUn
trydmoyoro selling summer suits at very
(lot n riacii on IIIh DIcrlls,
Pavld E, I'lno, n formor pupil of tho llalll.
more City College, whoro lit) wont tor two
years, has received a aovornmont position In
Washington undor striking circumstances. Ho
was forced to glvo up his attondanco at Haiti.
moro City College on account of bis mother's
losing her position as postmistress at Mi
nnseas, Ya. Itecently whllo in Washington on
business he learned thero was to bo a com
petitive examination for a position In tho
iwstonico thero. Hoappllod, and with thirty
live others stood tho examination. Ho oaruo
out No. 1, and tho next day received his com-
iuiodiuu unu m oacq uuiuruu ua nisui
ZMk liiiifTM llllT ItTI rliiilinjilll
Tlilrlccnlli Animnl Coiniiioiicciiient
of tlio Law Itpimrtiiioiit.
Tho thirteenth annual commencomentot tho
law department ot tho Georgetown University
was bold at tho National Thcatro last night.
Tho lloral decorations ot tho stagoworo vory
olaborato and pleasing to tbo oyo.
Among tlioso on tho platform worn Arch
bishop Olbbonf, of Daltlmorai Hon. William
Lawrence, Hon. I.uko Poland, 0, W. Jones, W,
M.Bprlnger, J. M. Wilson, z. 1). Vance and J.
II. Manning, Messrs. John ticldon, it, T. Mor
rick, U. F. Apploby, 1). II. Warner, M. r. Mor
rlB, J. J. Darlington and W. II. Payne, Commls
sloncr Eaton, Dr. Toner and Judgo Ilagnor.
After muslo by tho Marino Band Itev. J. A,
iDoonan, 8. J., prosldont of tho college, con
ferred degrees upon tbo following graduates!
Bachelors ot Laws (LL. D.) William D. Uroo, ,
Pennsylvania! Androw N. Cannold, lowai J.,
Paul Chow, Missouri! Ooorgo O'Dohorty, Call,
fornlai Thomas H. Fitnam, District of Oolum
bin i Ashley M. aould, Massachusetts Thomas '
li.llardln. jr., KontuokytCharlos J, Uodrlck,
District of Columbia) John c. Uorgan. Min
nesota! Harry E. Knight, Kontuckyi William
U.Lamar, Jr., Alabama! William L. McLaugh
lin, Dakota) Thomas McSuoehy, Indiana;
James L.I'ugb, Jr., Alabama! Jninesr.Baaggs,
District of Columbia! Martin Slough, Ohlot P.
Xavler Bmlth, Vlrglntai'Uenry W. Bohon, dis
trict of Columbia; Hamilton H. Wallace, Dis
trict ct Columbia! A. ciarko Wright, aoorgta.
Masters ot Lnwa (LL. M.t Amasa 8. Cross
field, Dakota i William II, Do Lacoy, District
(if Columbia! Matthow Gerlng, Dakota) Paul
Noubaus, Ohlot Charles W. Itussell, Wost Vir
ginia) Charles Bimt, District ot Columbia!
Mattln Slough, Ohlot Lyndon A. Smith. Ver
mont! David O.Wostonhavor, West Virginia.
An eloquent and Instructive address wai de
livered to tho graduates, and Mr. It. T. Mor
rick distributed tho prizes as follows!
Post graduato class David O. Wostonhiver,
ot West Virginia, ISO for best nvoraco la root
tatlons nnd examinations, and $25 for best
legal essay. Senior class Charles J. Pedrlck,
District of Columbia, sioo for best avoragoln
recitations nnd examinations! Thomas II.
rilnan, District of Columbia, and James I',
Scores, District of Columbia, each t'2 and a
post-graduato scholarship tor second best
average, tho prlzo being duplicated as thoro
was a tlo between tho two: Henry W. Bohon,
District ot Columbia, 1 10 tor best legal essay.
Junior class IsaaoS. Wheaton, of New York,
$10 for best avcrsgo In recitations and oxaml
UnnieH Hero inul l'.tsowlicro Yestcr
lny. The third gama botweon tho Washlngtons
and Clnclnnatls yesterday was ono of tho most
stubbornly contested and sclentino games that
has been playod lioro this season. Nolthersldo
scored until tho seventh Inning, whon tho vis
itors mado two runs by errors mado by Barr
and Humphries. Tho visitors addod another'
run to their scoro in tbo eighth Inning. Tho
feature ot tho gamo was tho playing ot llanan,
tbo lltllo catcher ot tho homo club. Ho put out
sixteen men, four ot whom he throw out at
second. Tho score stood 3 to o In favor ot tho
visitors. F.rrors, Washlngtons, 8; Clnclnnatls,
0. Vaso hits, -1 and 8, respectively.
Tho gamo botween tho Nationals 'and tbo
Keystones was attended by about 700 per
sons. Tho contest resulted tu a victory for
tho visitors by n scoro ot 8 to 3.
Games played elsowhoro worn as follows)
At Philadelphia-Athletic, Oi St. Louis, 5:
Baso hlisr-Athletle, 8j St. Louis, 0. Errors
Aililclle.O; St. Louis, (I.
At Brooklyn Brooklyn, 7 Indianapolis, 8;
Baeo hits Brooklyn, 111! Indianapolis, 10.
Errors Brooklyn, 5; Indianapolis, 7.
At Detroit-Detroit, Ol Cleveland, a. Baso
htls Detroit, 10) Clovelaud, 7. Errors D
troll, ll Clovelaud, 8.
At rrovidenco Providence, Oi Now York, 3.
Baso hits Providence, 12: New York, 0. Er
tors Provldonco, 1) New York, 11.
At Boston-Boston, 10; Philadelphia, 1.
Baso hits Boston, 11: Philadelphia, 4. Er
rors Boston, 'It Philadelphia, M.
At Trenton Trenton, lili Uarrlsburg, 8.
Baso hits Trenton, lit Harrlsburg, 11. Er
rorsTrenton, 10s ltarrlsburp, 12.
At Now Haven Yalo, 12! Dartmouth, 11.
Baso hits Yale, l(l Dartmouth, 10, Errors
Yale, 8( Dartmouth, U,
Tho Allodia (Pn.) Union Baseball Club,
which dlsbandod on Saturday last, reorgan
ized yesterday ns an Indenendont club. Being
out of the Union Asseclation they nro now oil
gtblo to play all clubs under tho national
THE 1I0CKVII.LE STntSO MEETING.
Tho Agricultural Soclotv ot Montcomarv
County, Md., will hold n spring meeting ut
Iiocltvlllo to-morrow, Juno-l. A largo and In
teresting display ot machinery and agricul
tural Implement will bo glvon. and two trot
ting and ono running race bo held. Tho orator
of the occasion Is IIou. John V. l'ollott, of Ohio.
THE THEATItE C03HQUE.
An entirely now show Is given at tho Ttoa
trvComlquo this week, Tho great burlosuo,
"Atnlantu," la ono ot tho most sensational tea
tnrcs of tho season. Thursday ovenlng agraml
glove contest will tako placo bottvoon John
Slovens and Ileddy White.
nmvEii's HUMSir.n oAiiunN.
Tho regular opening for tho summer soason
ot Driver's Garden wilt tako place Monday,
Juno U, Willi groat attractions.
UODDEN'H BUMMEH C1A11UEH.
Goddeu's Summer Garden, 11)35 Pennsyl
vania avenue, ono ot tho most delightful day
nnd evening resorts In Washington, is open for
Tim imiryinmi'H Association.
Tho Washington Dairymen b Association,
(ouststlng of about sixty dairymen and milk
dealer, nsserablod at Cosmopolitan Hall yes
terday and dlscussod tho surplus milk ques
tion. Tho establishment ot an ngoncy In
Washington for tho salo ot surplus milk was
advocated by Mr. William T. Itumsoy. Ha
claimed that this surplus It not sold could bo
utilized In making butter and choose. Mr.
rrnhk Ward said ho bad tho necessary plant
which was at tho disposal ut tbo producers, lie
did not bellovolnu union ot producers and
dealers becauss that had already been trlod
nnd failed. Ho said llrstclnas milk always
Ut'ds a ready sale here, but milk tor butter
andcheesn would soil as low as six cults nor
gallon, J. M. Glbbs, ot Mount Vernon, advo
cated tho koaplug back ot n surplus to kosp
up the prices. Tho voto was Mkon for an ex
pression of opinion as to whether It was do
slrablo to form a society ot producers and
dealers, and It wasdeclued to bo not duslrablo,
Tlio Dluriler Epidemic.
"How do you account for tho unusual slogo
of murders and homicides from whtch tho city
1ms Buffered in the past tow mouths!" in
quired a CiiiTio roporter ot Major Dyo this at
tornoon. "Idon't protend to account for It," roplled
tho officer. "It Is one ot thoso things that can
not bo accounted for. It Is a singular fact that
inurdrrs, rnper, Drop, l:c, como by sieges.
Until a row months ago wo had no murders or
homicides tor quite a while, and In tho pist
few months wo havo had live, tho Peter Wash
ington murder at the 11. k P.depot, the Langs
ton munlor, llioKarcher murder, the Cacnon
ter murder and tho ltoss-Tonnoy murder tho
other night, four out of 11 vo ot which wero col
ored." Tlio flroulorh IJsourslon.
Tho Orowlors," Washington Lodge, No. 2,
will Rl vo a select moonlight oxcurslou to Mar.
shall Hall, en l'rlday ovenlug, Juno 0, 1881,
on tho steamer W. W. Ooveorun, Captain Blako.
The steamer will leavo tho whart at 0:30
shsri', returning nt 12. Tho Apollo Club will
furnish the vocul and Profousor B:hroJor
tbo orchestral music.
lllirw nnd I.Hirur Prohibited.
No "bars," no "'lager boor" will uo pormlltod
nt Catholla picnics or oxoursldhs In tho Dio
cese of Albany, N. Y. The bishop, Dr. Mc
Nlcruy,saysi "Our objoct is to discontinue tbo
prncticoot farming out tho bar, as has lately
been tho custom. Aplcnloor excursion bast
with an open bar attached Is gonerally a sceno
of moro or less drunkenness and disorder, and
tho decrco Is Issued to prsvont troublo. Wo
aro trying to dlscourago tbo habit ot drluklug
among our pooplo, nnd to do this wo are taking
measures to lesson temptation to drink, ot
courso thero aro thoso who will havo their
drink In spite of all that can bo dono, nnd such
persons attend picnics and excursions with
bottles or Unsks In their pockets, aud that
can't bo very well proventod. But opou bars
can bo." This decreo will bo dollvorod to tho
priests wltnout delay,
Tlio .Sciimlnl or Two Courts.
Mnio. Kolemlno Is still lu Berlin. All at
tempts thus far to got her to quietly go away
end forget her royal husband havo lulled, sho
will listen to nothing short of a full recogni
tion ot her marital rights, and Insists that sho
Bhall bo either accepted as n. wife and main
tained as ono or placed fairly beforo tlio world
In a divorce suit. In roforonco to tho lattor
B reposition, It Is stated on good authority that
!me. Koloralne has offered to facilitate, as far
as may bo consistent with hor claims, a suit
ror a separation If sin Is guaranteed an an
nuity ot X'10,000. Tilts proposal Is probably
made lu tho hopo that tjueon Victoria will
take pity on hor ludlscrcot ugu-Iuliw aud bolp
tho Urand DuUo out of his prosont ontanglo
ments by loosonlng hor pursostrlngs,
" AlclcrnoylliUry VAeW'
Fresh Alderney buitnjaiWSnii every morn
ing and dellveredJJL!l!HWftrd', prints, 40o.
per lb, AUoatsWSrHielse, buttermilk and
woolJlBSTBU, jior qt.lVri&m 15c. per pint.
Tbo Demecratio Club of this city will
raept at the Metropolitan 'Hotel to-morrow to
mako arrangements to go to tho Domoorotlo
Convention at Chicago.
ill ,mi II. n ii ' jgii
Calf, Neat Kid,
Wo Want to Got You Intorosted In
tho Prlcos of
Men's Low-Cut Shoes
To do this wo havo decidod to
On thorn for a Short Tlmo.
LOOK IN AT
Oi F Street ii Pern
And we will convince you of our
Genuine LOW PRICES.
Remember the Makes we Sell are Hie Best in the Market.
1339 and 1341 F STREET,
And 943 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Geo. F. HARBIN
319 Pcnna. Avcnuo Southeast,
White Goods, Lawns, Percales, India
Linens, Striped and Checked Nainsooks,
latest Styles ot
Ginghams, Seersuckers, Black and Col
ored Cashmeres and Nuns' Veiling.
Summer Merino and Ganzc Underwear
FOIl LADIKS, DENTS AND CHILDREN.
White, Spreads, Hamburg Edgings
and Laces, Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets
and Notions of all kinds,
GEO. F. HARBIN,
310 TENNA. AVE. B. R.
J. H. WEEDON & 00.,
225 Penna. Avcnuo East.
Ginghams, Lawns, Percales, Nain
sooks, India Linens,
Nuns' Veiling, Albatross.
ALL KINDS OP aOODH BKLLtNO AT
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Piney Point Hotel.
This popular Bummer Ilesort will open on Juno
1 lor Hie reception el gactt.. Tlio muoaioment,
fcoftuucsslul laKt summer, will continue, and.
nllh the lulditlon of 11 shell mad mining the
river. nurn the public lhAi nn placs la tho uelgti
boihoed ulll nllord mora diversity of amuse
ment, 'lhe rulslnn by our Preach cook ojii ba
rcceiunieniled by our former ralrobs. Uathlog
nnd flublng unsurp.sscd. Boats havo bceu ob
tained )i,r IjoiIi railing and rowing.
Tor leim. uri'ly toor address
J. P. HORDACH & CO.,
m iS-tf riney Point. Md.
OClt KNON SPHINOS AND MINE11AL
Great North Mountain, near Winchester, Va.
OjiuiaJunol2.18.il. Terms, 1M to f5S por month
ollmir weeks. Ticketa from Washington to the
BlTlrcs and return, 19.(0; gnodunill Octohor 91.
illubiraled pamphlets, giving all Inlormallon,
may bo had ot
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my8.U 401 nih street northwest:
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W. B. III11BS
B. K. ILAIiT & CO,
Grain, Provisions and Stocks,
8T. CLOUD BDILDINO, DTH AND If BTfl.,
WASHINGTON, D. O.
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Chicago Correspondents, HOBERT LINDBLOM
Constant nuotatlons. of the Chicago and New
York Markets from direct private wires.
Quotntlons Airnlshed and orders executed
promptly by telephone. oclS
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Private Telegraph Wires to Baltimore,
Philadelphia, New York and Boston.
All Securities Bought and Bold on Margin and
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Robert Bruce & Oo,,
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MEMBER OF CHICAGO GRAIN, PROVISION
AND STOCK EXCHANGE.
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Direct wires to New Y ork, Chicago and Bt. Lotus.
Orders executed ontuefloorsof the several lix.
Chlcago-N, K.'l'ATItnANK CO.
New Yoik-OAitHOTif una ALLEN.
Hi, Lculs-D. B.VJtANCla AJJKO,
From $4.50 to $G.
Miller & Obcn's
Finest Work, $6.
Big.New Store, 428 9th St.,
(Best New York Brands.)
10 lbs. Granulated for ...-
10 lbs. Standard "A" for...............-..
10 lbs. Extra "C" ror-..-..........-...,
10 lbs. Light Brown for.
!t bbl. sack Silver King...
2 bbl. Crystal -
i bbl. Plllsbury
Gallon enns Fresh Apples, per can inc.
Gallon cans Tomatoes, per can. 2te.
Gallon enns Tomatoes, per dozen f 2 TO
alb. cans Tomatoes, per dozeo. U5c.
Hugar Corn (Mnlno packed), per dorcn.. Mc.
Fresh Salmon (lour cholco brands), a cans for SOe.
Fresh Lobster (Star brand), 3 cans for 60c.
Jlubropms(nev).3cansfor...... - (I 03
English Plum Pudding....-.. 23o and 60c.
McMnrray's 31b. Peaches (rare bargain) s
cans lor - fl OO
428 Ninth Street.
ONE CAR LOAD OF THIS
Popular Brand of Plour
JUST RECEIVED BY
0. 0. BRYAN
1413 New York Ave.
USrThc above Flour makes from 40
to 60 lbs. mote bread to the barrel than
any other in the market. Give It a trial.
Burchell's Spring Leaf Tea,
AT 00 CENTS A TOUND.
The 'Genuine Artiole
A3TCan only be obtained In Paper Packages hero
3ST2 W. BTJBOHBLL,
182B g STREET.
Rettiib Bettub !
A PRIME ARTICLE.
CORNER THIRD AND A STS. SOUTHEAST,
fflOWMHB & M1DDLET0H,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
AGENTS FOR WERNER'S
A Pure American Wine. All tho best Foreign
Cordials nnd Bitters. Wo are nlso Agents for the
Celebrated Cf.YHMIO WATER, aud
Calvin Sharer's Wild Cherry Rock and Ryo
WHEN YOU ARE BUYING
TEAS, COFFEES AND SPICES,
Remember you can get them at New York Prices
American Tea Store,
COH.BEVENTH AND I STB.
liAHIIUUIt & HAMILTON,
FLOUR, WINE AN I) O llOCElt Y MERCHANTS
UU7, UUO, ll 1 1 Louisiana Avenue,
'W. H. H. OIBBBL,
101 SEVENTH ST, N, W,
Fine GrooerloB and Liquors.
HAVING RECENTLY FITTED UP A
In connection with my rATENT PROCESS, I
am prepared to lurnlsti . .
ILLUHTItATIONS AT NEW YORK PRICES.
Photographing on Wood for the Trade,
118 BLKVENTH STREET N0P.TIIWK.3T.
Gas Cooking Stoves,
For Balo at tho Gaslight Offloo
BRYAN'S PIE FLOUR
1217 Pennsylvania Avo. 1217
THE FOUR-BUTTON CUTAvVAV.
The Graceful Garment for business or dress wear.
THE PniNCE ALBERT,
Close-fitting, silk-faced, high-cut, broad-braided.
THE SINGLE'BREASTED SACK,
lllghcut or long roll, silk-raced or sllk-llncd.
, 30nr collection ef these styles Is oxtcnslve.
Including the newest nnd mostelegantfahr.cn nrd
colorlng.In Worsted, Corkscrsws and Mixtures.
An Inspection nt tbo variety and low Prices will
result In your buying from
JIOAH WALKER & CO.,
Tailors and Clothlors,
030 l'KNNA. AVI!,
HEMII6-, the Clothier,
410 Bovenln Btroot.
Sp ana -Siwr Mi
GRMD OPENINa DAILY
Gentlemen, yon are Invited to Inspect ono of tho
Largest and Finest Assortments ol Foreign Goods
ever received In onr city. ,
Mil Tailoring Estalstoent
H. D. BARR,
llll Pennsylvania Avcnuo.
MONEY! MONEY! MONEY I
We want your money nnd promise to give yon
tho value ofyour money In Ol.OTllINO, HIIOES,
HATS nnd CAl-S, OENT'S FURNISHINGS, Ac,
as low as tho lowest. Forlnstancoi
Men's Casslmcre Suits, (J, (0.60, 7, J3 and 1 10 up.
Doys' Cnsslmere Suits, age 12 to 17, 1 1, 5, to, 18
Boys' bcJiool Casslmcro Suits, ago 8 to 12, 13, J I, IS
Children's bailor Sulls,aga4tol2. short pants,
. SUO, il.lit 2, 12.60, 3, 1 1 nnd O up.
Children's Caislmero Suits, ago 4 to 12, 92.50, f ), 1 1,
f and to upward.
Jcb Lot Children's Slnglo Pants, ago 4til2,C0c.
Chlldiens' Flannel Bhltt Walsts,75e. and it. ,
Men's and Boys' Blue and Gray Flannel shirts,
Men's Blue Blouse, 51.23 and (1.60,
Men's and Boys' Wool and Straw Hats In profu
sion and cheap as tho cheapest. All lor
money. No credit.
cr. w. sELBir,
10H AND 11)10 PENNSYLVANIA AVE.
B. ROBINSON 8s 00.,
The Boys' Clothiers,
108 rENNBYLYANIA AYBHTJB anK-X
MEN'S AND YOUTHS', READY MADE.
IDIBVI-IIISr Js CO.,
13H0 F BTRKEP.
I. HAMBURGER & SONS
TAII.OHS AND OI.OTIIIKltS.
015 PENNA. AVE., under Metropolitan Hotel,
iaaa fstrektn. w.,
Has received his Cloths mil Casslmcres aud In
vltesan Inspection of the same.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
1110 I F OTUKKT.
Tho Greatest Inducement ever ottered to the
cltlrecs ol Washington to furnish their homes by a
small outlay of cash and the balauce In easy weekly
or monthly payments. Wo havo tbo largest ant
best assortment of goods and tho lowest prlceiof
any bouse In tho city. Our Stock coniprlsos a full
Chamber Furniture & Parlor Suites,
Carpets, Mattlnno, Oil-Cloths, Runs,
Children's Carriages, Rcfrlflerators,
Pier and Mantlo Glasses, Clacks, &o
Orpgn'ltho Largest Installment Fiirnlturo
"uiF.11' House In the Unltod Mates (formerly
NEW YORK AVE., BET. iathllthSts.N.W.
Coll before purchasing clsowhcro nnd savo
money. , '
RICH & CO.,
Wuoleaale nnd Iletntl
Have romovod thflrof-
tlco, cor. tltli and O sts.
n. w., to
jSifAll ordrn promptly
47-Dlseouut on tickets
purchased at o'Uco.
O -ft- 33, D5 DB T X 3ST O S ,
fits m stock a full line ol Oarnetlngs, all grades
Oilcloths, Cocoa and Straw Mattings. Also, lalesl
styles In Wall Paper, Window Shades and Curtain
Goods, Wire Window and Door Screens,
Mo. I"" NINTH STREET NORTHWEST,
Newspaper, Book nnd Job Printer,
NINTH STREET NORTHWEST,
Is prepared ts print Newspapers, Books, ram-
Bhlets, Argnments, Brleni, Uatalogues, Blanks,
Ircnlars, Cards, Ac, Ac,, at short notice, In lbs
besUtyle, M loir Prices. 'ffiffifi'jgSMff'
J. I. WEEATLEY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Anthracite ant Bitnmiiions Coal,
Pino, Oak and Hickory Wood,
. Large stock of rreshly-mined Ceal, selected for
"'S,, .-J"JC?S lvr5-- sa low as any house la
tbotrane. Coal thoroughly screened before de
livery and standard weight (2.210 pounds) to tho
A CALL SOLICITED.
OKce and Yard : 2dst,& Indiana avo. n, w.
Near Baltimore & Ohio Depot.
MEW IOE OREAM & DINING SALOON
. 174la FOURTEENTH STREET.
The best Cream will be furnished In saloon and
sent per order to any part of tho city. Cakes. Con.
fectlpnery. Fruits, etc., constantly on hand,
Mf als served to porsona at their rooms at low
rati-. i;. MIlnilAV,
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
1808 ESTABLISHED 180B
Ladles' and Qentlemen's
1016 Pcnnn. Ave., cor. Ilth Street,
The largest Oyster house In the United Stales
and the most .perfectly conducted restaurant In
the city. All brands orthe Finest Oysters that tho
(.nrsopcako nnd Northern waters produce nro
served, with every delicacy oi tho season.
The Ladles' Saloon Is one ot tho handsomest In
all Its appointments, and Is conducted especially
for ladles. Oysters, Diamond-back Terrapin and
Game a specially.
llAllVr.Y A nOlDKX, Prop'.
Harvey, the originator of Steamed Oysters.
Cor. Broadway ond Twenty-Ninth St.,
How York City.
THE STANDARD VAPOR STOVE.
Now In operation nt
"W. H. RA.l?Xi33-5r'S
1313 B WlrcctNortluTcat.
W. H. HARROVER,
010 B15VENTH BTREaTJJORTHWEST,
STOVES. RANGES and HEATBnOJ
BTOVKAND FPTtNAOB nKPAIIU).
culn Hall building, corner of Ninth and D
streets northwest. Day and evening ses
sions. Complete In Its arrangements lor trulnlng
eons and daughters, and men and women fnr ei f.
support and real life. Scholarship for year, from
date or entrance, day or evening, (60. Special
terms by month or quarter, or for year by Instal
ments. Students received every month In tho
year. SPRING AND BUMMKlt BKH310NS.
Address H1CNRY CHl'KNUElt, Principal.
MRS, SARA A. SPENCER, Vlce-Prlnclpal.
Repaired and Painted In a thorough mauner.
IRON-CLAD," "'PRINCES METALIO" and
"CASCO PATENT" ROOF PAINTd
Can bo selected as standard and rellablo Paint
Protectors from tbe eflects ot tho wenther.
Loaky and Damp Walls
Carefully Repaired and Painted to exclndedamp
ncss. Only tho best and purest materials used and
careful supervision of oil work undertaken.
All orders promptly attended to lu city and
country at very modernte prices,
GENERAL PAINTINO ESTABLISHMENT
110 10TH BT. N. W.-NexttoOasOOIce.
Is divided Into SEVEN separato rooms lor tho
exhibition ot our stock In special clas.lilcatlon.:
Ono loom Is devoted to ARTIhTIO FIluc
FLACKS: one to all srailes ol TILES: one to
BltON.ED Rltl'noDUOTUINS OF PlIqUES.
TR AYb and ANCIKNT ARMORj ono to Low's
MURAL DECORATIONS! one to BR.V8H
end lUIIC-A-HHAC BUASSKS; ono toHLATK
MANTELS, COOiaNd RANIJIM, IIOT-AIH
l-UltNACKS, LAUNDRY STOVES and SANI
TARY PLUalBINO F1X1 UIIES. nnd tho prlncl.
pnlalnretoOAK COOKING and OIL COOKING
bTOVFH, VASFJS and RUSTIC HEATS,
ORATEH. DHASH AND IRONFIRK GOODS nnd
general HOUSEKEEPING UTENSILS.
48 NINTH SPREET.
BEST IN AMERICA,
Dooley's Rialto Soda Water,
With Graunlated Ice, Purity ol Ingredients nnd
Cleanliness ot Utensils Unexcelled.
Byrups drawn from glass tanks.
0 CllNT.N A .11, ASS.
JBATH COUNTY, VA.
R. B. PERQUSON,
SECOND ANDlPKNNSYLVANlA AVE. B. X,',
AOKNT'FOR D. O.
WKIDMAN'H, 303 l'enna. Avo. S.T2.
For Pure Candles. Fine Foreign and Domestic
Frnlts, Cakes, Pies, Nuts, Ac.
WANTED TO ANNOUNCE THAT AT THE
Ornamental Iron Works,
C.B. F0RDACO...I31 N.J. AVE. N. W
Iron Ralllnes nnd nil descriptions ol Iron Work Is
made to order. Estimates given,
SINGLETON & HOEKE,
sol Market Space, and. 80H and 810 Eighth Bt,
S- IST. MBYBR,
oia SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST,
Gold and Silver Trimmings for Regalias, Bin
THE LAUTEN ENGRAVING CO.,
OF 1 1U3 NEW YORK AVENUE,
Furnish tho best and cheapest substitute for
Bend for prices aud samples. ja:o
t&U Eighth Street. botween DaudlCn.w.
, I Close Carriages lor Weddings, Calls Bud ltecep
tlons. Boardlug and Livery Hlable.
A. B, KEYE8. J. L. SMITH,
u:i3"5rES &z oo.,
, .Close Carriages for Weddings, Calls and Recep
tions. Boarding nnd Livery Stable. Wlllard's
Hotel Stables, rnmer I4lh and E sts.
TJLKOTllO-VOLTAia BELT end other i:i.Ecmid
!i Arruixcra nro sent on U) Days' -Trial TO
MEN ONLY. YOUNO Oil OLD, vho aro suffrr.
Inir from Neiivous Dksii r. Lost vniuir,
WiSTiKO AVEigsrascs. and nit tlioso duieases of n
ipxasoxir, Nituul', resuIUng from Anuses and
Union Civuu, Speedy relief and oampleto
restoration to lUlLTa, Viaou and Ussiioon
OatiuaTKKD. Bend at onco ifor Illustrated
l'ainphl.t f roe. Address
VOr,TAT(l 1IF.IA' IIP.. Mnrahall. Mlclit
j ov u