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CBARLES <\41"<;III.I N S l?.\n.HTEB-IX-I.AW SEES
TI1F. STOLKN MOSKV IN HER U.BSP.
The Philadelphia Tmie.?, ?X-tober iJO, says:
Ahout three weeks tlie savings of a
lifetime, were stoleu from L'harJes Caugblin, of
J240 north *j?th street. 3tr. Caaghlln, who Is
over 70 years of age, with his wife, wife's
brother, also very old, and a hired man. are the
only occupants of the hou>e. Mr. f'anghlin
Kept the money, 8107 of which was in sold and
the rest in greenbacks in a large pocKetl>ook,
whieh was in an old chest, and both
his wife and bim*elf insist that no one aliout
tite bouse or neighborhood knew of it being
there. The aged couple did not tor a moment
entertain a suspicion of anyone who belongs
about the house, nor of any of their neighbors
or relatives.
The wife of Edward Caughlin, a son of the
septugenarian. who lives on Taney street, immediately
back of her f;ither-ln-law's residence,
rushed into the old homestead on
Jklouday and informed her mother-in-law
that she had had a dream itie night before.
In which she saw the missing money concealed
in the hay loft. Old Mrs. Caugblin
ridiculed the idea that a dream could furnish
a clue to the stolen wealth, but her
daughter-in-law at once proceeded to the loft
and soon returned with of the money
tied up in a handkerchief. The gold and
fl .lOO ot the greenbacks, and two gold rings,
with the pocketbook. are still missing. Mrs.
Caugblin. jr.. reports that the money wrapped I
in the handkerchief was found beliiud otie of j
the ratters in the hay loft, .she subsequently 1
made a more tnorougli search, but recovered i
no more of the money, and Mr. Caugblin has
given up all hope of ever seeing the ?1,21*7
which, with the rings and pocketbook, the
thief forgot to place in the handkerchief.
It was reported that a fortune-teller had di- j
reeled Mr. Caugblin to where the recovered
money was found, but there is no truth in that
version. He visited a fortune-teller, hutulislie
told him was thai the stoleu inouey was in the
block in which he lived. This "he did not ;
breathe even to bis wile and it had nothing to
do with the recovery ot the $2.ttOO. The old
gentleman does not even now suspect any particular
person of committitig the robbery and
ha* no theory as to how it was perpetrated.
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Bold Work by a
PERSONATING A POLICEMAN TO Kt'RTHER HIS
ATTEMPT TO ASS A V LT A WHITE vilKL.
Louisa Brown, a pretty and innocent-looking
girl of 17, was complainant in a St. IxmiIs police
court Tuesday against Henry Anderson, a mulatto.
She said she was sent to a grocery Monday
night from her home, at *J12U Morgan
street, and on the way back she met a young
man with whom she was acquainted. They
ehatted for a lew minutes and separated. Just
as the young man turned the corner Anderson
Stepped up to her, and, placing his liaud on her
shoulder, said be arrested her, that the young
man she had been talking with was a notorious
thief, and she was charged with associating
with thieves. She denied the charge,
lie told her he was assisting a policeman
who had gone after the man. The girl went
with the negro unwillingly, and says that two
blocks from where he spoke to her they were
joined by another negro, who produced a key,
winch, he said, belonged to a patrol box. They
threatened to put her 111 tue pairol wagon, but
Anderson, she says, promised to let her go if
she would consent to a proposal that he made.
On her refusing he dragged her along. Fight
blocks further on they met a policeman, who
noticed tiiat the girl was crying. *he told him
that the negro had arrested her. The latter explained
thai be was on the start of Hugh O'Neil,
chief ot detectives. The |>oMccman arrested him
on charges of dlsturbirg the peace and personating
a policeman. Wheu Judge Cady heard the
evidence be said that he regretted that his hands
were so tied that be could only give the fellow
a year in the workhouse, and fine him $500
lor disturbing the peace and SlOO for representing
himself to be a policeman.
Is the Const Kinking?
THEORIES TO ACCOUNT FOR THE DESTRUCTION
OF SABINE PAHs.
Beaumont, Tex, Special to the N. Y. Times, Oct 19.
Nothing is talked of here except the unprecedented
tidal flood around Sabine and its extraordinary
results. Since the older residents of
this vicinity have gone over the ground and
discovered what an immense stretch of coast
country was submersed, they generally agree
that the Texas and Louisiana coast about the
xnoulh of Sabine river Is gradually sinking,
and they think It's only a matter of a few
decades until the sea will claim a large slice
lrom both these states.
A gentleman who has lived on the coast for
SO years makes the statement to the Time's
correspondent that up 10 the year lbtiti no serious
overflow had occurred between Berwick
Bay, on the Louisiana coast, and Galveston
Bay. There was not even a tradition among
the white settlers ot any overflow during this
long period, extending back to about the year
17ttO, wheu the Louisiana coast in "thai
vicinity was first settled. In 1867 the
streets of Sabine were submerged by a
high tide for the first time siuce its foundation
in 1832. Since 18?7 there have
been 18 disastrous overflows, three ot which
occurred during the present year. This extraordinary
increase in serial torces and overflows
since the year lstiu not only applies to the IOOmlle
strip of coast contiguous to the Sabine's
estuary, but applies with the same mathematical
accuracy to the entire Texas coa-t
from Sabine to Galveston, thence to indianola
and Corpus Cbristi, nearly down to Brownsville.
at which latter point the storms since
lb6o have been less severe tnan during the
preceding quarter of a century. The old settlers
who have compiled this data cannot account
for the phenomenal increase, except on the
basis thai the eutire Texas coast has subsided
a foot or two since 1SOO.
The Orange JVibnnedescanting upon this theory,
9uggests that the matter should be made
the subject ot scientific investigation, and
ought to have thorough and lmiueuiate attention
from the general government. The Tribune
calls upon the people of tne first and seventh
Congressional districts of Texas to join with the
districts of west Louisiana and immtdialely
apply to tbe War and Navy departments for a
joint corps of competent engineers and scientists
to establish tne exact altitude of the coast
on both sides the Sabine tor a distance 01 at
least htty miles inland. Such a course, it declares,
wouid put at rest the leelings of anxiety
caused by the now locally widespread belief
that the surface or the earth in this section is
gradually sinking.
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A Wire's Mulelde.
FAREWELL. LETTERS To Ml.'.-HAND AND FRIENDS.
Early Tuesday morning Mary, wife ot Her.
man llaverkamp, shoe merchant, shot and
killed herselt at the family resideuce on Manchester
road, near St. Ix>uis, Mo. Her 12-yearoid
daughter, lua. heard the report of the pistol,
and running into the room found her mother
dying on the floor with the smoking weapon in
her hand. Monday night she told tier husband
that she intended to kill herself, but he did not
pay any attention to her threat.
The following letters were left by her:
"l>EAi: Brothers and Sisters Please do
not think that this is Herman's fault, for he is
innocent. 1 alone am responsible for this act
* on cannot believe it, but It is true. Take care
ot Herman and lua, so that no more misfortune
may occur. Herman will tell you why. I
have confessed ail to him, and he has forgiven
me. but I can't l<?ok any more in his fact. Ooodby,
all, 1 am going."
"litAK Hisband?\ou have forgiven me all
now forgive me this last step, and teach my unfortunate
daughter Ida better. I pray the old
ones may forgive me. for I nave suffered. May
liod comfort you and tnem. Your unfortunate
^ i fe, MARY.**
Her husband aud friends declare that they
k Dow no reason I or the suicide. not withstanding
the nature ot the letters, which they allege
must have been written under an hallucination.
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The Parson and the footpads.
NIOHT encounter with highwaymen.
l*e\. William li. McNeil, while walking at
tu&ht lrom Thorndale to Gailaghersville, Pa.,
had a thrilling experience with two highwaymen,
wko stopped biin on the road and demanded
his money or his life. The robbers 1
took positions on each side of him. the taller of
the two drawing a dirk. Mr. McNeil being a
luau of herculean build quicklv drew back and
kuocked one of his assailants down. Following
this up ne made a dash at tbrother scoundrel
but his blow was warded off. Tne robber then
made a despeiate lunge at the minister, the
dirk entering nis right side aud ripping up his
liesb in a frightful manner. A hand-io-nand
struggle In the dark ensued. Finally the desperadoes
were U aten off and the \ letonous clergyman
betook hiuisell to the nearest iarmSuoie.
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The Lily and Her Husband.
London Letter to the New York Graphic.
Lily Langtry was marri^i at the age ot
eighteen. She had been brought up very quietly,
but still, as many girls are, with tue idea that '
sure happiness lay only where there was money.
W heu Mr. Langtry admired her and asked her
band in marriage the one maiu thougui in the
child's mind was her brother. This lad she was
particularly loud 01, and when she became sure
tiiai it lay in i,er power to educate the-boy and
liu\** tiun aiwavs wiiii licr ?iie a(xtpie;i I lie
nit red marriage. From the dav of her marriage
to tne present time it is lobe doubted if
Mrs. Langtry eve. -aw uer husband for an hour
Iree lrom tne effects ?>t liquor.
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PXKS..N I?own> Ple\tm fok Timf.?Parson
1 towns .s not .|U!te ready yet to have the eases
against him tried. There are two ease* chanting
adultery against hiui. aud tfc. v were set
down ..u the i.?t tor to-day in the superior
1 rihilual court . 11 Boston. tin the orw-iiing of t
the court yes'.-rday Lawyer Coffey pieaded for i
more tune, alU-lm. that ne could nor be ready j
to try the cases ai so suori a no,?c",and further- |
more man> ot nis \utu**^s > h>-)?- far away tU;?t
tliey eould not be brought to Boston in
time ior tne trlai to goon t'k-day. lie was vcrv
anxious l.ial ti.e trial Should be p<*slj>oued
until the next term ot the court. Judge Hammond
could not sec it iu that tight, and verv
flaS)1 to id Uiwyer 1 offey that there was no
reason why nc should not liave been prepared.
I he cases would not be postponed to the next
term. Out he would have : hem assigned for
next iiwuilay. Mr. C?.!ie\ had to aceept this,
aud the vaies wili pronaolv lie begun on that
date.
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Two Catholic Pkikms Dead.?Kev. Father
Joseph liuisiiniaiii, rector of immaculate
Conception pari-o 01 Baltimore, die<i last
night. Rev. Frederics Bntmuurg. s. J., prtv
feasor 01 dogmatic tneology at Woodstock
college, died yesterday at tiuit institution
I '
Inexcusable ^ egligence.
Many in your mid.it are suffering from malaria. You
may be a suflerer yourself. If so, you are enduring
unnecessary torture,
for you can be relieved and malaria can be enred by
the use of
a
BROWN S IRON BITTERS.
The existence of malaria proves Itself. It is due to
various causes?decaying vegetable matter, stagnant
pools of water, low marshy land, made land where
the natural water courses are obstructed, sewer gas.
damp, ill-ventilated cellars and open dralnsand sinks
A person suffering from general debility In moving to
a new location is likely to be attacked by some form
of malaria. It takes on different forms which are
known by various names, such as ague, dumb ague,
fever and ague, swamp fever, intermittent fever, and
chilis and fever. It is accompanied by alternate cold,
heat and sweating, with rigid muscles. In the cold
stage the teeth chatter and the body shakes more or
less violently. In the hot stage the body seems burning
with fever: then comes the time of sweating, when
the profuse perspiration causes excessive weakness
and debility. Attacks are more or less frequent according
to the form of malaria. You don't need to be
told of the agonies suffered in
MALARIAL FEVERS I
You want a remedy. This we offer you. It is
BROWN'S IKON* BITTERS,
a purely vegetable preparation of alterative medicines
combined with the tonic properties of iron. It
acts directly upon the blood, removing all impurities,
strengthening and vitalizing it, promoting healthy
natural action of the stomach, liver and kidneys, neu
traliziing the malarial poisons engendered in the sys
tem from the causes previously mentioned. It drives
away the chills, subdues the fever, and produces a
healthy, vigorous condition of the body in place of the
general debility which accompanies malarial levers.
For years it has been the custom in districts especially
afflicted with malaria to employ quinine as a remedy.
Quinine is neither a preventive or a cure. Theresuits
which follow its continued use, such as constipation
and headache, and frequently rheumatism and
neuralgia, are as much to be dreaded as malaria The
only sure preventive and cure, positive in its results
and speedy in its action in malarial fevers is
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
It contains nothing deleterious, will not cause constipation
or headache. It cures botb, and such diseased
conditions of the blood as result in rheumatism and
neuralgia. It will not cause nausea in the most delicate
stomach; will not injure the teeth or stain them.
It is sold everywhere. So you need
SUFFER NO LONGER,
for malaria can be cured, and Brown's Iron Bitters
will cure it. The action of this remedy in case of mental
depression and nervous prostration, is truly wonderful.
These troubles resulting from overwork, over
study, unusual business cares, severe illness, or general
debility, are very dangerous disorders, and should
receive immediate medical treatment. The nerves of
the whole body are closely connected, consequently
an irritated condition of the stomach, weakness of the
kidneys, or inability of the liver to perform its functions.
affect the entire nervous system. When from
long continuance these grow chronic, then result shattered
nerves and disordered brains, producing human
wrecks. One sare, safe and perfect remedy, the only
cure on which you can rely, is
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Get the genuine in large bottles with the trade-mark
and crussed red lines on the wrapper. Prepared only
by the Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore, M<L It
Silver l3lated Ware I
Our assortment of Silver Plated Ware is so handsome
and larire and onr prices are so low ibat we feel
we aie neglecting a duty if we do not inform our customers
oi this tact, becau e we are confident it is
in their interest, aud thai thev can save money with
us arid will get an article that will give them full
satisfaction.
We otr.-r Breakfast Casters at 99c.
tine Trip!*- Plated Ditto, cut bottles, ?1.98.
1 tinner Casters, new design, 9lfc.
Full assortment of finer grades at from $1.49 to
$4.9S.
Gutter Dishes, all handsome designs from 99c. to
$ ?49.
.Sugars. Creams. Spoon Holders, Berry or Fruit
Dishes, Ac., at from 99c. up
Extra tine silver Candlesticks, with I'risms. on hard
white metal, equal to solid silver in wear, $1.98.
Sliver liand or Tea Beds, 7-*> and i?9c.
silver Tea Strainers. 49c. Toothpick Holders. 49c
Napkin Kings in large variety at rrom 19c. up.
Fine Plated Mugs, new shapes, at truui 49c. up.
Finely finished silver Plated Teaspoons, :59c. set.
Tablespoons and Forks to match at 79c. set.
Plated T.ble Knives. nice, good wearing goods, 99c.
K jger Brothers t It. B. or double plated goods.) Teas
at 75c., Tables at $1.49. Forks at ?1.49 set.
Rjgers A 1 g joda. Teas at *1.19, tables at #2.49,
Forks the muik.
Rogers' Table Knives, best qualitv, S1.75 set.
Fine Silver Plated knives, pearl handie, $'?49 set.
Buiter Knives and Sugar spoons trom 19c. up.
Nut Picks, triple plate. 79c. per set. Nut crackers,
* 9c.
Fruit Knives, best quality, at 25c. each.
Child's Plated sets. 3 and 4 pieces 25 and 49c.
Quadruple P.aU-, in saitn-iined Box, 99c.
W e also offer Tinned Teaspoons at 15c. dozen.
Tinned Tablespoons at 25c. dozen. Very good for
kitchen use.
New Goods constantly arriving.
M. SILVERBERO A COi.
ocIB ;ii'2 7th st. and :tl:> 8th stII.
W. J OHNS' j
ASBESTOS
PLASTIC STOVE-LINING.
ONE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE ARTICLES
FOR THE HOUSEHOLD EVER PRODUCED.
EASILY APPLIED BY ANY ONE AT LESS
THAN HALF THE COST OF BRICK LININGS,
WHILE IT IS FAR MORE DURABLE
ONLY ONE HALF THE THICKNESS OF ORDINARY
FIRE-BRICK IS REQUIRED, LEAVING
MORE SPACE FOR FUEL. SUITABLE FOR ALL
KINDS OF STOVES, RANGES AND FURNACES.
ASBESTOS J-'URNACE AND RETORT CEMENT,
FOR CEMENTING JOIXTS IN HEATERS,
STOVES, FURNACES, ETC.
IT WILL NOT SHRINK: WILL STAND ANY
AMOUNT OF HEAT; HAS NO OFFENSIVE
ODOR AND PREVENTS ESCAPE OF GAS AND
SMOKE.
The above are put up in five and ten-pound cans, for
families, aud ;u larger packages for manufkeiurers.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRALLE
H. W. JOHNS
MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
87 MAIDEN LANE,
NEW YORK.
CHICAGO. PHILADELPHIA. LONDON
oct 15-1 w
\ ELATl'S,
IMPORTERS OP PUBS OLIVE OIL
FA MO US CAROM ELS FRESH EVERY DAY.
ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
62U 'jTH STREET. opp. U. & PATENT OFFICE
_J-v2? BRANCH. 17WJ PA. AVE N. W.
4 ' tfcEA'i BARUAINsi GREAT BARGAINS
V* Don t torget the Number
?U9. MU?. MOW, tJO0.
15th n. w.. opiKKite U. S. Treasury.
Trunks. Traveling Bag*. Harness. Saddles, Bridles,
\* hips. Ion lists' sundries, Ac.,
at l.euui ax mauulaclurers' prices.
Call In aud txt convinced.
? 15th street n. v.\,
au_. .tm opiHMlta l. s. Treasury.
DRY GOODS.
I * KMX ANTS, ODI?H AND .KNDS
BARGAINS,
Id Unlimited Quantities, to he bad at
LAHSBURGH A BRO.'S
Regular Remnant sod Bargain Sale Days,
THIS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY,
Among which will be offered:
Ladies' Linen CUFFS In sizes from 7-8>ib, for 9c. per
l>alr.
Ladies' Linen COLLARS. 9c. each or three for 25c.
The remainder of our Gent's Colored Bordered
HANDKERCHIEFS, which we bave been selling
at 21c., we will sell at the rate of three for 50c.
5-8 Damask NAPKINS at 98c. per dozen, worth
91.25.
21x42 Honeycomb TOWELS at 15c., worth 20c.
Ladies' Black Bordered IIANDKEKCHIEFS, 11c.,
worth 15c.
Initial Alligator PUBSES, 11c., worth 18a
Ladi-?s" HAND BAGS, nicely lined, 44c.
600 < Jent's WATCH CH A RMS at 41c. This is an elegant
bargain for a gentleman In want of a charm.
Your choice for 41c.
Ladies' Mousquetaire GLOVES, 97c. per pair.
Oent's Rolled Plate CHAINS, 91.
Indies' Rhine Stone COLLAR BUTTONS, 4c.
Good Cotton Ladies' GOWN, with yoked back and
tucked front, full made, at 57a Regular price.OSc.
Another style, with yoked back, with embroidered
and tucked trout, perfect fitting, at 09a Regular
price. 85c.
Hisses' Check Nainsook APRON'S, trimmed with
l&ce. for school purposes, at 25a, all sizes.
Children's Canton Flannel DRAWEHS, 23a
Jjidies' Heavy Canton Flannel DRAWERS 35a,with
embroidery, well made. *
Children's Canton Flannel Combination NIGHT
sH IRTS at 5(Jc., worth 75c.
Infants' I .on? Flannel SKIRTS at 19c,
One ca-e of Double-width Twilled aud Figured
WRAPPER MATERIAL, at 15a per yanl,worth
25a
All-wool Cashmere Twilled FLANNELS, in pink,
light blue, medium blue, and navy blue, at 30a
per yard, worth 50a
Three cases Dark CALICO REMNANTS at 4a per
yard, worth O^c.
An excellent line of Dark CALICOES, at 5a per yd.,
worth 8c.
28 pieces of CRETONNE at 1213a, per yd.worth 20c.
Excellent new patterns. Choice designs.
About 5?X) Bleached Warasutta REMNANTS, 48
inches wide, at 12i^c. per yd., worth 18c.
The last lot of 10-4 Bleached Wair.sutta SHEETING
REMNANTS, at 25c. per yd., worth 30c.
About 150 REMNANTS of blue and Old Gold Remnants,
at 5c. per yd., worth 8c.
One case Bleached Canton Flannel REMNANTS,
very heavy weight, good quality, at 12i*a per yd,
worth I Sc. and 20c.
Gent's Unlaundried SHIRTS, 37^., worth 50a
These are well gusset ted, well stayed, made
throughout j.nd will fit as good as any lilgh-priced
Shirt.
2.000 Remnants of RIBBONS.
300 Remnants of RUCHING.
200 Bemnants of CLOTH.
350 Remnants of DRESS GOODS.
55 Remnants of SILKS.
38 Remnants of PLUSH Es,
35 Bemnants of SATIN.
Odd Sizes in GLOVS.
Odd Sizes in HOSIERY.
Odd Sizes in CORSETS.
All at Remnant Rate*.
L A N!? If RSSs
L AA N N N s
L A A N N !? SSe "*
L AAA N NN K g
LIXL A A N NN bSSS
RBB U U BRR r.GO n It AA
BBUURROGHH & A
BBB U U RRR G HHH AAA
5-..P R R G GG H H 4
BBB UU K R GGG U U AAA4
BBB RRR OO
B B R R O O
BBB RRR O O
BBKROO_M
BBB R K OO . .
ONE PRICE.
oc20 420, 422, 424, 420 SEVENTH STREET.
]S ew Flannels and Blankets.
SKA TON PERRY.
(scccfbsor to perry <* krothkr).
GENUINE EN HELD WHITE ANJ> SCARLET
SHAKER FLANNELS. BOTH PLAIN AND
TWILLED. RANGING FROM 40c. TO $1.25
PER VARD.
BALLAltDVALE DORNET, ALL WOOL. AND
sILIC WARP FU.\NU5, FROM 2oa TO
91.25 A YARD.
NEW PLAID, -TKIPED AND PLAIN COLORED
FLA.N.NELS, FOR LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
w ear.
CALIFORNIA, MINNESOTA AND WHITNEY
ALL-WOOL BLANKETS. ALL SIZES AND
QUALITIES.
COMPLETE STOCK ALL-WOOL CRIB BLANKETS,
HANGING FROM 91.50 TO PER
NOVELTIES IN COLORED VIENNA BLANIMMLNSE
ASSORTMENT OF WHITE AND
GRAY BLANKETS, RANGING FROM $2 TO
912 PEK PA til.
NEW BED t'OMtORTABLES, AT 91.25 TO $2 50.
MARSEILLES. CROCHET AND ALLENJJAi.E
QUILTS. FROM 91 TO 99.
FULL LINES OF IJLEAcHF.D AND BROWN
IRI.-sll AND GERMAN TABLE LINENS,
J ROM 40c. TO 92.50 PER Y A Ru.
JOHN s. BROWNS SONS IRISH LINEN DAMASKTABLE
CLOTHS. WITH NAPKINS TO
NEW GERMAN LINEN DAMASK NAPKINS
AND DOYLIES.
IRISH AND GERMAN HUCK AND DAMASK
DOZES' TOWiLLs' 91.50 TO 915 PER
BEL'ilAN * BED LINENS. ALL WIDTHS AND
QUALITIES. THAT CAN BE HElIEII ON.
8-4 W 1DK TABLE CAN'ION. AT 75c. AND si.25.
4MT PLAIN FUiliK-hiJ AND CORRECT PKlCe^t
SKATON PERRY,
Perry Builmxs.
_ Penn. Avenue, corner tnti street.
Established 1S40. oclO
w. m. shuster &> Sons. i
919 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
ASTRAKHAN CLOTHS in BlacK, Brown, Garnet
and Gray.
MOIRE SILKS, dark colors and Evening Shades.
FAILLE FRANCAIS aud SATIN R1IADAMES,
all colors.
Bonnet's Perfection BLACK SILKS. Sole Agents
for Washington. The best Black Silk ever made.
Gantler's All-Silk Colored and Black VELVETS.
High Novelties In VELVETS, SILKS, PLUSHES
and CAMEL'S HaIRS.
Ladies' HABIT CLOTHS, all shades and qualities.
Ladies' Merino and Silk UNDERWEAR.
PONGEE in choice designs for Furniture Drapery.
Great Bargain 111 Colored Moire Sash RIBBONS,
Evening Shades.
W HITE SILKS and ILLUSIONS for weddings.
Largest and most complete stock of French DRESS
GOODS ever shown in this city.
MOURNING GOODS of every texture.
Special attention is called to our Barnesley Double
Table DAMASKS, at 91.50 per yard, equal to any
goods in the market at $2. Hotel keepers are invited
to examine.
Fancy Linen SCARFS, TOWELS, die.
Our stock is larger than ever. Prices as low as
same qualities can be bought for in United States.
W. M. SHUSTER A SONS,
919 Pennsylvania Avenue n. w.
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. pel8
LlEBIC. COMPANY'S EXTRACT
OF MEAT. Finest and cheapest Meat Flavorwr
.suujh, Made Dislies and Stuice&
Annual sale S,000.000Jars.
L1EBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT
OF MEAT. An invaluable tonic. "Is a success
and a boon Ibr which nations should feel gratelul."?See
"Medical Press," "Lancet," <tc.
Ct nulne only with the fac simile of Baron Liel.lg
s ignature in Itlue Ink across the Label.
1 he title Karon Liebig'1 aud photograph having
been largely used by dealers with no connection
with Baron Liebig, the public are inlormed
that the Liebig company alone can
oiler the article with Baron Liebig's guarantee
01 genuineness.
LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT
OF MEAT. To be had of all Storekeepers, Grocers
and Chemists. Sole Agents for the United
States Vwholesale only;, C. David <ft Co.. 9 Fencbuxcli
Aveuui', Luudoii, Eu^laud. nutHb
D runkennes8,
OR THE LIQUOR HABIT, POSITIVELY
CURED RY ADMINISTERING DR.
HAINES' GOLDEN SPECIFIC
It can be given in a cup of coffee or tea without the
knowledge of the person taking it. It la absolutely
harmless, aud will effect a permanent aud speedy
cure whether the patient Is a moderate drluker or au
alcoholic wreck. It has been givea in thousands
, ol cases, and iu every Instance a perfect core baa tol
lowed. it never tails. The system once impregnated
with the S|?ecitlc, It becomes an utter impossibility
lor the liquor appetite to exist.
Fob sale ?r
DR. S. F. WARE.
jEBBITT HOUSE DRUG STORE,
Corner 14th and F streets; also, & K. HELPHEN
sTINK. corner 14th street aud Vermont avenue,
Washington, D. G
Call or write for pamphlet containing hundreds oi
testimonials from the best women and men from all
parts of the country. oc24-s.tu.th
BATTLER <fc Oo. J3altimorePrcjrleior*
of the old and well known
. pickwick club whisky.
have a large stock ot other line ? Whiskies, which
' f?er low. tu bnud tie UUo. UlVIil
LADIES^ GOODS.
Mme. myaw. &a? iarriT stv.V.-huits made
for Ladies and Children, fa and ?5 up- ?
| wards: satisfaction guaranteed. RH'KI TIOV
1 >R ESSES, TAllflH MADK &UITS and WEDDIxfl
TROUSSEAUS a Specialty. o^HHtt*
Mme J. P. Palmer,
1107 F STREET,
IMPORTER, s
Would announce the receipt of her 1
AUTUMN STYLES
t
Of Bonnets and Hound Hata, selected with great care
from the most iashionable
EUROPEAN HOUSES.
Special attention has been paid to the procuring of *
GOODS FOR COSTUME BONNETS 1
To enable us to suit the most fastidious.
ocli
MKK M. J - JtluNT, f
1309 F ST. N. W.. Si
Has Just retnrneil from New York and is prepared
to show the Latest Fashions In French Bonnets and
English Hats.
No regular opening day. ^27 "
M^1 - KAN E, 507 11TH ST. N. W.?CORSETS
made to order. A perfect fit guaranteed Zf
a lull line of Shoulder Braces. Reform Waists, Freneh
lorsel>?u(l Bustles. Corsets iaunderied. selS-2in*
The Fedora Dress Shields
Are recommended by the leading Dressmakers. Thev
are absolutely Impervious. au!9eo-3m*
A f ?kK, ^ VAN RKLTH BEGS TO ANNOUNCE
Kl,e hu* r?*Ul01^ her Dressmaking 1-arlor to
1534 I suiLW., near the Arlington hotel, formerlyfiS
f'lD6t- ocltt J?
C? Hutchinson, (
IMPORTER. a
I
a
Complete Assortment I
MILLINERY, CLOAKS, J
JACKETS, DRESS TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS L
LACES,
ASTRACHAH, PLUSHES, Ac.
LOWEST PRICES GUARNTEED. ^
FOSTER KID 1GLOVES,
$1 Per Pair, and Upward, Every pair fitted and war"VTevise.
Paris. ??7 Pennsylvania sve^
Mrs. K. A. i) ONOVAN,
904 F STREET. 1
A choice and complete stock of s
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY, ! f
FRENCH PATTERN HATS.
th08e of our own design, at the lowest possible ?
prices. ocli
MAP^M,E ?HF,FIOT' "22 1WTH HT\ a
sv-*- Curtains End L&cos, Infants Cans and paKpq
Fine work of all kinds, done up iTXff^ ?
oc6-lm? 0
AImE. \ ON Brandis Modistf
Formerly with Lord A Tayior, New York- '
o . .V ln- A Co.. St. Louis, Mo. ' 11
Suits made at the shortest notice. Superior fitting
reasonable prices, and satisiaotion guaranteed! p
Evening Dresses. Bridal Trosseuus a specialtv
. oc^ WW l 4th st.. between 1 and K. J!
W^-AL WAKMKN'W DYED ANI) ALTKRirn a
O Into the new and fashionable vlsite aad Jacket
shapes. 1* urs repaired. MufTs made \t \!
CUNNINGIIAM-^l31U 8thJ.t^w Xn ?4
MRS. E. McCAFFKRTY'S BONNET avii
FRAME FACTOR Y, formerly 1109 V st has
?ed to northeast corner of Ut'h and G streets.
lias all the latest tail styles in bouuei aud hat frames.
aeS-4m
MISS ANNIE K. HtMPHETcf;
430 TENTH STREET NORTHWEST
-UuK.es Corsets to order in every style and material. w
and guarantees perfect tit and comfort.
IIER SPECIALTIES ARE?
French Hand-made L nderclothiug, Merino Underwear V
and finest imported Hosiery.
Patent Shoulder Braces, and all Dress Reform Goods.
Freneli Corsets and Bustles. b
Children's Corsets and a #1 Coreet (Miss H's owu w
make) that for the price U unsurpassed
_> B.?French. Germau and Spanish spoken. mr!4
BENCH DYEING, SCOURING AND DRY
CLEANING ESTABLISHMENT, r
1205 NEW YORK AVENUE NORTHWEST
Evening Dresses. Laces. Ijice Curtains. CrapeVells.
Feat hers. Kid Gloves. Flannel and Pongee our specialty.
Gent s Garments Dyed, Cleaned and Repaired. I^adies c
Dreft.es Dyed and Cleaned without ripping. ANTON
d Caroline LERCH. lormerly witu A- Fischer au J
Maison Vriese, Rue Rtvolie. Pari* ,aii
GENTLEMEN'S GOODS.
Ellery-s.
ai
HATS AND GENT'S FURNISHINGS.
In all the Latest Novelties in (
WINTER UNDERWEAR, NECKWEAR,
HOSIERY. Ac. b
Shirts to order, 6 for $12. A perfect fit guaranteed. A
ELLERY'S, 1:137 F street,
008 Cpposito the EbhUt IIou3e. j]
FINANCIAL *
DoRAN ife WRIGHT Co. (LIMITED.)
BROKERS.
Offjcks: ^
COR. SEVENTH AND F STREETS, AND
KELLOGG BUILDING, WASHINGTON, D. C.,
10 WALL STREET.
STOCKS, OIL, GRAIN, AND PROVISIONS.
Private wires Chicago and New York. Representatives
on New York stock,Oil, and Produce Exchanges
and Chicago Board ot Trade. ocs-lmo V
X RINCE ife WIIITELY,
STOCK BROKERS
P4 Broadway, I ?-r . A
ISO Fifth avenue. J *Nwr v ??"lc
SVwrV?ra? Building), Wasnlngton.
PRJVAit aiuc'K TELEGRAfH WIRES
WASHINGTON. BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA ?
new \okji, Boston, occ,
UKNtKA^ PABTXKKa.
.'AMES WH ITKI.Y li CSU?1? OilUll f,
ilAYNARD U tVHK (l
Hicnry H. Duduk, Washington, D. C. 1*
Wiluak R. Tkavkms, special Partuer
seU uu COUiUil3WOU tiasses ?r luawar
H. H. DODGE^Resident Partner.
Quotations of Stocks and Bonds and Information re.
girding the markets received through our wires inl
stantly, direct from the New York XcKclTuia
* 11 orders executed and reported promptly. lei 0
DENTISTRY.
DR. S. I. SCOTT, DEN'11ST. WOULD RK8PK(*r v
lully inform his friends a..u patrons that he hw r,
resumed the practice ot his profession at iai" y st u
? ocW-lm '
1 \R- STARR PARSONS, COR. 9TH AND KN w" JJnillng
a specialty; alio, tlie cure^toabne
i f^OUt, iej< tr*cUnK- A local aiuesthetic, used on the
Kuma. alleviates pain oi extracting, pan niveu. apl3 =
DK T. M TALBOn. DENTIst, ~4^7TTU~ST~ *1
three doors from corner E. Dentistry in aii r.
lib branches. Teeth inserted *7 per bet. Aii woric
warranted. >?.?, *'
***** qi
_ SPECJLVLTIES.
W T. PARKER, THE GIFI'ED HEALER,HAS ''
wonderful power u> heal the sick without m?U r<
inue. Xer\*ous aud cbrooic dlstfaueji a specialty. Con n
Ilia'81 1'U1'kef h?USe' 4X* ?l- WrtU^nWlvi P
niaave. n w. ocl9-lw* ^
1JILES-DK. MUHLEMAN CURES PILES BY 1
A dirw't treatment, without the use of knife caustic x
or ligature. Cure guaranteed. Can utt coiisuIuhI At ^
^13 ad sl n.w. from 4 lod p.m. " "^l" m* ^
Liquid .Break
i
A PURR MALT EXTRACT. si
A
R?8*!!8?tbe highest merit It Is manufactured from ^
the choicest maierials, and combines the most uala- 1?
table <juaiiiieso. a reireshinc tiriuk with the invhror^
tracfs"11 wholt'Bollje Properties of the best Malt i^x- >
tonic ami delightful beverage alike de- ?
i4* Invalids and pet sons in health Will be
lound upon trial to be a pleasant and complete subst?
lute lor all ulcoholic drinks, most of which are too ~
stimulating for deiica.e constitutions. r
is the beverage "Par Excellence"' for nuroina mothers,
creates an abundance oi milk while c
ens and invigorates it-e entire system strengin- t
After careniI analysis, WUbur G. Hall. Ph. Dl New ?
"^-says. "Liquid Bread Is a refreshing nourishing J
table beverage, and a wholesome, invigorating touicf 3
It is palatable to the Utste aud of easy assimilation " r
M.D.,st. uKr?L. I
sis, says, its low percentage of alcohol, it&enervesc- ?
?nce. Its delightful imt6 hlu mlor, ail combine* i a r? "
commend Nicholson's Malt i
i.ouru.blug beverage and thVb^Tamcll of that
has ever come under my examination." ^
DAVID NICHOLSON, Prop'r, ST. LOUIS. J
At wholesale by f
WM. MUEHLEISEN, , (
Jyl1 818 oth st.. Washington *
Gtet The Best.
m
m
THE CONCORD HARNESS.
We are the Sole Agents for the sale of the Genuine
Concord Harness and Collars.
Beware of Imitation.
Be sure of Name and Number
LUT7. & BRQ,
*els> *n~ Pennsylvania Avenue.
v* . -> . ' r ' '
housefurnishings.
Uxi?NKR SeTK
TEA SETS.
TOILET BETS
GAME SETS.
FISH SETS.
All of the sbove.ln great variety. Al?o a complete
tock ot hogiirs' buos. plated spoons. forks.
snives. acl, and kitchen. utensils.
(too den ware and tin wars of the best
[uality.
Any goods purchased from us, not entirely satisfaeory,
can be returned and the money refunded.
WILMARTH A EDMOXSTON.
oc 13 1205 Pennsylvania ave.
J B. LEPREL'X. M? LEPREUX.
formerly Kins A Lepreux. Late with P.Hanson H>?
PAPER HANGINGS
We wish to call your attention to our large and
lomplete stock ol Paper Hangings and to our Prices.
Compare them with uptown prices. 65c. Embossed
lilts. 50c. 60c. Gilt*. 4UC. 15c. White Back Papers.
2i?c., and 12>isc. Brown Back Papers. 10c
Respectfully, J. B. LEPREUX A BRO,
se21-5w? 608 7thstreet southwest
Wall Papers.
frescoing.
stained glass.
UPHOLSTERY GOODS.
P. HANSON HISS A CO..
oc8 815 15th Street.
Dold w eather Xs Coming.
.nd when you start to select a HEATING and COOKNG
STOVE, be sure to rail and inspect the largest
flst rtment ever shown in this city. Also LATR< >BES,
irick set RANGES, FURNACES, SLATE MAXrELS.
Ac., in great variety. In TIN WARE wekeep
be finest quality, which costs very little more thau
he common. A call solicited.
w. a jenks a (x).,
oc5 717 7th Street N. W.
W. H. H OUGHTON & (Jo.
1214 F Street N. W.
FALL ANNOUNCEMENT.
During next week we offer a special sale of imported
tugs at a reduction ot 10 per cent for cash.
Our liueol Bedroom Furniture, we thiuk, has been
elected with cafe, some of which was specially made
or us.
s<>e our $G5,3 pieces, Antique Oak Suite. One suite
>nl.v left.
c*ee our ?85 Butternut Suite.
See our $185 Sycamore Suite. Sold in New York
nt! Philadelphia tor 9225.
See our Mahogany Suites, from 9140 to $250.
The above are a few specially good suites, and will
uly need this notice to sell them.
LACE CURTAIN DEPARTMENT.
Were never sold at such low figures as at the present
Ime.
Our Scotch Curtains, selling from $3.50 to $7 per
iair, arc 40 per cent cheaper this year than last.
rill need only for you to look and examine, as we do
ot wish to boast lor ourselvos?you come and look,
nd we will let you do that for us.
Our assortment of UPHOLSTERY MATERIALS
Single-faced Linen Velours. $'.?25. all colors.
Silk and Wool Damask. S2.50 to $4.
Spun Silks and Tapestries, Ooc. to $11 per yd.
Art Damask Jute, 75c.
Japan 4liKs. OOc. up.
Amores, $2.25.
Printed Velours, 86.
Br<jcades, all prices.
Our reputation is very good in this department, and
. e solicit you to call and see for yourself.
Furniture Reupholstered, Drapery Cut and Hung in j
roper trim on short notice.
Having a lar;e force of workmen, we shall try attf! !
e prompt and execute any order left in our charge
itn dispatch.
References will be furnished on application.
0C2-3m W. II. HOUGHTON A CO.
L\j Housekeepers
We respectfully inform Housekeepers that we are
ow prepared to lurnisb, in large or small quantities,
CHI.N A,
crockery.
u lass ware,
cutlery.
FINE PLATED WARE,
And all kinds KITCHEN U'iENsILS of the best
ass.
Our goods were never better or cheaper than they
re ihis season. M. W. BEVKRIDGE,
se_.V;Siii > o. lOOO Penn. ave.
Jarpets. (Jarpets, (Jarpets.
Do you iptend buying a new Carpet this Fail? If you
aven't given it a thought listen to a few facts:
Carpets were ne ver so HANDSOME OR PRICES
.S LOW as they ARE NOW.
Money saved is money made.
Come ami see our stock. We will take pleasure in
Sowing you our line of lngruin, Tapestry, Body
missels. Velvets, Moquette and Wtliou Carpets,
lugs, Art Squares, Oil Cioth and a beauuiXil due ot
pbolstery uoods, with pn e. low as the lowest.
Ste the Templeion Parquette Carpet.
1- urtuture at tue lowest cash prices.
w. h. hoeke,
se21 * 801 Market space.
JJTOOD EWS1 (jfOOD ^EW8I
FROM
ceogan's installment house.
or all in reed of FURNITURE. CARPETS, STOVES
and HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS In general,
as no one need be without a weil-furuished home
because they have uot got the cash to spare.
r'e ?ie utter mined to knock the bottom out of high
prices, and will sell
GOODS ON INSTALLMENTS
S CHEAP AS THEY CAN BE BOUGHT ELSEWHERE
FOR CA&L
nd we make this extraordinary offer that customers
in make their own terms in regard to payments.
Come and see the largest store iu the United States,
ume and &e the largest and most varied aloe* to sell
from.
Come after yon have posted yourselves on prices,
nd terms elsewhere, and we will guarantee you that
CROGANS INSTALLMENT HOUSE,
(THE OLD RINK).
N NEW YORK AVENUE, BETWEEN 13TH
AND 14TH STREETS N. W?
i the place you were looking Tor. Come an1 be conluced
that what we say are lacts and no humbug We
*port, come and make your owu terms?at
je!8 CROGANS
sewing machines, &c.
ITIIK LIGHT-RUNNING '-NEW HOME" HAS
. attaiued a degree of popularity and achieved a
;putaiion fur mechanical excellence as unprecedented
i it is well merited. Em bodying every desirable
uality. it has won the approbation of aii who nave
en it in operation, and is rapidly superseding other
lachiues, ooin ai home and abroad. In its construeon
special reference has been had to the views of
radical operators and men of scientific attainments.
. e have successiuily combined s mplicity, durability,
^liability, speed, sireugth and beauty, producing a
lachine uuequaied lor ease of management and caacity
for wide range of work. We ask a critical exmii.aiion
and tbe employment of the severest tests
i comparison with otoer machines, leeliug assured
nil an unuiased public will render its verdict in beall
of the "New Home. S. oPPEN HElMEh A bko.,
uie Agents. 52S tftu si. n.w.. SLTCloua Building, ocls
[ ADIES, RETURNING TO THE CITY, READY
Lj to do their Fall Sewing, can rent at our Office a
ew Improved Light-Running sewing Aiachiueo. any
f the most approved paiierns at $8 per month, or bv
te week. Leut paid deducted off price of Machine it
urchused later.
Prompt attention to telephone and mall orders.
THE SILENT NEW AMERICAN. No 7. so much
|M>keu of, of which we have the sole agency, has reenlly
been greatly improved by the increase of the
ne of its shuttle to dounleits former size. The new
.utomatic Tension Cap: a comp.ete outfit of siiverlated
tools iu handsome morocco, plush-lined. meUilound
case, and ebonized cabinet work, 'ihe very
itCSL
samples of Arasene Embroidery, done on the New
io. 7, sent by mall on application.
A legal guarantee furuisiied with all Machines we
sli. real or repair.
C. AUERBACH, cor. 7th and H sts.
Telephone call 422-2. au2I
rHE WHITE IS KING! THE ACME OF PER
lection In tbe category of tewing Machines. A
oncentratlon and condensation ot mechanical genius
nd skill. The range oi work can uot be excelled. It
a thing oi beauty and a joy lorever. Call and see it at
. F. McKENNEY'S. 4*7 Wli st. u.w. J. B. RICHION
D, Manager. Machines of all kinds for sale or
eut. First-class repairing dona Also, Central office
ur The Universal Patterns, see them. uiyU
attorneys.
r> PKENTlSt) NUTT, OF MISSISSIPPI,
A l TORN EY-AT-LAW,
410 Fst. Practices In all tbe Courts and Departuen
ts. and before Congress. oc6-am*
MAMPBELL CARRINGTON, ATTORNEY-AT
O Law. Barbour Law Building, 490 Louisiana ave.
Yasbington, IX C. Residence. 1218 H st.
i.w. . apS-Om
Vr H. MILLER, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW,
D| Booms 2 and 4, G union Law Building,
472 Louisiana avsooa
Restdence. 818 T st. n.w. . mii2?
dUN LAP'S fIFTH avknuk
STYLE OF BILK AND DERBY HATS
FOR FALL AND WINTER,
NOW READY.
WILLETT * RUOFF,
Batters and Furriers,
?eS-3a 805 Pennsylvania ava.
4 i -
books^&g
Special SALE ^
2
ii
n
a
OF r
c
books at ?acm*s, 410 7tu st. n.w.,
j
commences wednesday, october 21st
and continues for two weeks.
ITarlng just received an unusually large stock of
Books for the Christmas trade, we have determined to
put them upon the market at once, so as to enable our
customers to make selections at their convenience
and avoid the rush consequent upon the holiday trade, p
All Books now sold will be at a special Reduction, n
We guarantee our prices to he lower than any other
house in the city tdry gr> ds or book store), aud intend **
our customers to k>.ow wit. out questioning the fact ti
that when they purchase of us they have obu.ned the
goods at the lowest prices. Head a few of the specUl *
Price, and then Judge ol the rest: cOur
pre. Pub. pre.
Bible Gallery. Ac., IllusU by Dore_..? f2.58 96.OU
5,000 celebrated Caxton Eultlon of 12
mos..representlPg ioo differeut authors 27 75
200 Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain. 1.58 &OO ^
3.000 The Big Four Opera a. Black Hus- ^
sar.Ac 15 50
5,000 The Favorite Illustrated Dictionary US 25
Our ifc Calt and Moroc. seta of Standard Authors,
Including Dickens. Thackeray, Scott, Elliot, Irving,
?Sc., at less tbau half publish rs prices. T
JUVEXILK DEPARTMENT.
We wish to call special attention to our stock of
Juveniles, which is the largest and mo*t complete assortment
In the city: prices from 2 iti up to ?2. ?
STATIONERY DEPARTMENT. ?
Our Stationery Department is now stocked with all t
of the la.est styles of Stationery, which we will offer >
at a special reduction tor the holiday trade. f,
500 boxes of fine Cream Note, Including linen, quad* H
rilleand other styles, to be sold at 15 cts. per box, \
originally sold at 15 cts. to 40 cts. per bo*. J- graved
Copper Plate and 50 visiting cards, only S4 cts. Crests
Monograms. <fcc? at lowest prices.
All New Publications constantly received and sold at
special reduction. i h
Purchasers desiring to do so can make their selections
now and leave them to be delivered at any ti^ie
previous to i.liristnias, aud such purchasers will re- ^
celve special attention. oc2o-2w J
Oheap J3ooks. Cheap Paper.
The Home, twelve mos., uniform in sire aud stvle,
neatly bound in cloth, gilt. 53 kinds, only each. r
Writing paper and eiiv?4o|H?, *24 sheets of paper and
envelopes to matcii, ouly l??c. a box.
The cneapest Albums iu the city.
Receiving goods daily at
JOHN C. PARKER'S,
_ ocll 017 and 610 7th street. n.w.
Headquarters JVr {School JSuppi.
iks.
The largest and most complete stock of School
Books and School Supplies in the District. n
PUBLIC SCHOOL BuoKS AT CONTRACT ?
PRICES. 01
Desks, Black-boards. Crayons, School Bags, Ac.,
wholesale and retail. a
WM. BALLANTYNK A SON. !
se\7 42S 7th street n.w. y
Henry c. Lancaster w
fc29 7th st. n.w.
Catholic Oootls. School Rooks and Stationery for
private and public schools at lowest Lrice*. selO-Ow* I.
SCHOOL AND COL I, K UK TEXT BOOKS FOR !?
0 Every Grade ot Public and Private Schools. L
t schot.l Stationery and other Requisites. i;
Everything at the lowest prievs. Wholesale and
retail.
U C. PURSELL.
Bookseller. B
sc7 4 IK 9th st.
ew l>ooks
ai
Poverty Grass (Llllie Chase Wvman.)
Memoirs and Letters of Lolly Madison.
Transactions and Changes In the Society of Friends, at
Uplands and Meadows (,Abt*ott.j
A i'oiilician s Daughter ( ilamiiu.)
ixive an<1 M edici lies (Gilliam.)
Aphrodite, by Eckstein.
Having purchased the Book Storo No. 1434 New
York avenue, we shall run it In connection with our
store, 476 Pennsylvania ave. Anv orders or com- ~
m ssions leit ai either store will be promptly liiied.
auO W. IL M'IKIU.SOS. _
WOOD AND CUAL. J
ofk naatqkbof freshly mlneucoai. a
jiv/ UUvfur sale, comprising eVt rv i.esirabUvariety,
i t .h, very lowest price* Kii.oliui un.l s?ve i
W ood prepared in the beat manner. Wuic. and prompt
deliyery. Si-ud in your orders.
Otiice, 1114 i'ennsyivama avenue.
Brnfch Ollices, 3^s Pennsylvania avenue and 20th
and K streets northwest. gi
i epot and Wliari. uth and Water streets southwest.
au'i-iim O.JL siii^KlFF.
-yy INTER FUEL AT SUMMER RATES. 1
V. BALDWIN JOHNSON. "
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in WOOD and COAL i
Complete Facilities. Botlouj i'rices.
Fuil Weight and Measure.
Wood and Coal direct trom tne lores; s and mine3 by
laii and water, and iree lroiu slag, siale and o.ner I
Impurities. J
GIVE ME A TKIAL.
Main Yard and Otiice, 11 (?1 Rhode Island ave. n.w.
Branch - 611 A st. n.e.
Oilice, corner bth aud K bia. n.w.
All connected by.Telephone. aul0-3m tlohn
jvxlller.
d
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
LUMBER. WOOD AND COAL, T
f
Lumber Yard, Mill and R. R Depot?South Capitol t,
and I streets southeast. U|
Offices?4Jiastreet ?nd .Maryland avenue southwest.
IOj-O 14th street uortowesL
TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS. ^
coal by the cargo or carload at wholesale price* ^
kindling and sTuVK WijODoi -ii knios.
CoAL and SA WED and SPLIT WOOD kepi under 0.
cover on piank floors.
Large aim well-assorted stock oi LUMBER. Fine
Lumber aud flooring kepi under cover.
orders promptly* uelivered in any part of the city fl
without charge lor haudng. J
Estimates cbecnUlly furnished. fci
Our Depot being cent.atiy located, and ad'acent to
the rali road .stock is handled at v^ry small co?t, giving
advantages in estimating, especially lor Lumoer or 1 ^
Coal iu large quantities. i 1
Long experience, ample facilities. and com pet en;
assistants warrant the belief that satisfaction will be f)
given to those who may lavor us with their patronage,
which is respectfully solicited. jy 17-3in
MEDICAL. jfcq
1>EAD AND BE WISE-DR. BROTHERS, l*W> B 1
V su s. w.. api>eared before me and made oath Ciat ,
he is the Oldest l-.stabiished Expert Specialist in this
city, and will guarantee a cure in all cases of private
disease of men aud furnish medicine, or no charge:
consultation and advice Iree at any hour during the _J
dav. Subscribed and sworn Itelore me by Dr. i
BltoTHKits. SAMUEL C. Mli.LS, a Notary Public A
in aud for tiie Jj. oi C.. this 3d day of July, Itxvi.
oc21-lm*
DR. and madam WILSON. 433 1ST, CORNER al
1st and E sts. n.w. Established 1ST?5. Special
treatment for ladies desiring reliable services. Advice
tree and confidential. selS-24:*
VvR. LEON, ~ "!
XJ The oldest Established and Only Reliable Indies' *
Physician In the City, ?"
can be consulted daily. 404 C at., bet. 4 ^ and 6th o1
sts. n. w. ul
I'rompt treatment. Correspondence and consulta- 111
tions strictly contideiitial. Separate looms lor ladies >
Office always open. oclo-iw* X
1~T HAS NEVER "BEEN CONTRADUTED 'I'll AT
Dr. BROTH Kits is the oldest established advertising
Ladies' Pbysiciau iu this city. Ladies, you can
confidently consult Dr. BROTHERS. i?OU B st. s. w. 1
Particular attention i>aid to all diseases peculiar to' St
ladies, married oi single. Ail successfully trea.ed, ot
ocia-im* ? i*
Manhood restored by using a bottle ar
or two ol Dr. iiituTHERS" liivigoratiug Coroial
Will cure auy case of Nervous Deuiiitv and l.-ss ji,
of Nerve Power. It imparts vigor to the whole system,
0u6 li st. s.w. ocld-lm1" ?
VJ^j DAVS' TULAH
dr. dyes
electric voltaic belt, and other Fmcttrio
appljancks. We will send on thirty ilays trial, to
men, young or old, who are sutlering from Nervous
Debility, Lust Vitality, and tho*ediseases ofa [lersoual
nature resulting from abuses and other causes. Speedy
relief and complete restoration to lieaitn, vigor and
manhood guurajiieed. send at once lor Illustrated
pamphlet, free. Address voltaic belt CO., -Marshall.
Mich. ia3t>-eo
i\R. I>ODI) S NERVINE. NO. 2-A PERMANENT
X/Cure lor Nervous and Physical Deb.iity. Loss of
Vitality, caused by indiscretion, excesses, Ac.
Soidat STANDI FORD'S, St. cloud Pharmacy, corner
ttto and F sts. Price, 91.
Sent by mail sealed. se2-th.s,tu3ic
LANCARD'S PILLS.
IODINE OF IRON.
Approved by the Academy of Medicine of Paris, are
spec.ally recommended by the Medicai celebrities ot
the World lor Scrofuia. ('1 umora. King's Evil,<vc ,j the
early stages of Cousumptio-i, Constitutional We_k- i
ness. Pool ness of Blood, and for stimulating and regu- lating
its periodic course. Voiie geuunie unless signed 1
' BL.vNCARD, 40 Rue Bonaparte, Paris.'' a
e. i"ougera <fc co., n. y?
Agents tor the U. R.
Sold by druggists generally. ap2U-thd:s
Mrsts. j. squire magnetic physician
has remove . to 106 6th su n.e , where she will
be pleased to see her friends and patrons.
Special attention given to chronic cases. Consulta- ,,
tion free.
Hours?10 am to 3 p.m. Sundays excepted.ocO-2w*
MME DE FOltEST.LON'O-EaTABLl iHED AND
relUble Ladles' Phjuician. can be consulted daily
11 uer residence, 1*^46 7th su n.w. office hours from
1 to W p m., with Ladies only. ocl i-lm* _
PROFESSIONAL. I
= i?
Mad. klzemona, wonderful uifted =
clairvoyant, born with second Sight
Every hidden mystery revealed. FInds lust or buried
treasures or mines. Recovers stolen property, loot =
friends. Gives rocceas in business. Removes ail last- /
11 y troubles. Causes speedy marriages. Brings sepa- V
rated together. Never fails. Gives picture ol one vou ai
marry. All in trouble consult this clairvoyant. Cures i?
sickness. Satisfaction or no pay. ttto a Open Sua- ?
day. 4210th su.beuDand Ests. n.w. ociSOt* )
rilHE SWEDISH HEALTH INSTITUTE, 003
JL 16th su Swedish movements aud massage. Class
ot gymnastics for ladies aud girls. QUI or send lor ?
circulars. PROF. NIMtoKN- oca-3m f
\/r iniiiK PATH.
JxL MANltJURK AND BUBO EON CHIROPODIST,
ROOMS 6 AND ?, VERNON SOW. CO
<t*6 Pean^l vania av% _
Mbsl dr. j. semmks and husband. sub- j
geon Chiropodisu Twenty-six yaarsr successful ai
practice has gained them the world-wide reputation
or being America's best operators, office k sun.
w. For soft aud hard corns, Interned and sore ,'otiu <
use Mrs. Dr. SEMMES' Wack Lotion and halve. j%t L
FAMILY SUPPLIES!
|^kmu\ al Noru r.
Ttw Mi'mTiix r having remove*! from hl? oM ?t*nd.
In Hih >4 n w., to the mor< spacious store. HlH lA>ut?ina
live., mill be Imp(>\ to m- a 1 old patrons ?n<l ??
na:iy new once who wish fine Butter I tieese.euv.
t lowest pricv *. Jocls-Hi* N T\ REl?M AX.
rWENTILTH-STKl FT M ARRET.
?'--i .inh M nri.
The best of everMhm* in our Hue. The fliieot Salt
ys'.e-s. Blue Point* to order.
ocl6-lia? \VM. LINK INS A SON.
Sew 1" I OS, N BV C'lRKAXTS.
NEW RAISINS, NEW CITRON,
NEW CATCH MACKEREL,
NEW CATCH CREAM CODFISH.
NEW N. V. STATE RUCK WHEAT.
NEW WHITE CLOVER 1IONKY.
PURE VERMONT M \PI.i: SYRUP.
roni Cold storage. as line and fresh flavuredas the
eu in spring tiuie Try it.
CMEAjAKkY BC tTi K s Choice as It is possible to
roduce. Price very moderate.
Roquefort aud Edam t HttsE, this season's imporitlon.
N r r?n's Celebrated Plcetpple CHEESE, plc-ulc
nd table sixes.
En; l-tii i,alry and New York state CREAM
HEEAE.
ELPHONZO YOUNGS
Company,
ocl5 A\>> fltb at., bet P atxl E._
S A.? O O I. E ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
944 LOUISIANA AVE N. W?
Sole Agkst For
HE CALIFORNIA PATh NT ROLLER PROCESS
FLOUR.
This Fl?>ur ft>r Family use lia? no superior.
I aiu now receiving choice varieties of Potatoe*.
hlch ate coming In very freely. ati<l bousektepHn
ill do well to lay in their stock, as I hardlv think |
ey will be lower this season. 1 have a fine line of
PI les, Grape*, sweet Oranges and Lcuions. Also, a
ill line o! choice GROCERIES. in quantities to suit,
t wholesale pricc-s. lor cash ouiy. Duffy's Pure Cider
"ines-ir a specialty.
Politeness ami Fair I>eRling may be Relied Upon.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE
Money reurued U'goods arc not satisfactory.
Only FINE ELGIN CREAM FRY BUTTER acid
ere.
ocirt N. A. P<? ?!.! . t?-;4 I.a. ave. .??.
^ O T I C K
lO GROCERS AND HOUSEKEEPERS
IE WARE OF ANT IMITATION OF
OCO FEB KKR I KB ?:SS_
C O E R R F g *
O FR KRK FB ' SS*
O C K RRK K. 2 OOO
KKB K B kKB .
THE CELEBRATED MINNESOTA"
PATENT PROCH8S FLOUR.
It Is without a do'ibt th<? mo?t Bkautifcl andths
lost NrTWTiocs Flour in the World.
'1 he Millers have not only the most norfWt Milt,
ontaiii'.iisas it ones all the most improved Mwhinry
invented up to the present time, hut they produce
"Flour Unsckpasseo by any mill iu the world. To
rove tliat. we would simply slate that a large oua.iity
oj'thu maguihcent Flour is slnpixHl annually u>
.urope aud valcu al the principal courts ol Uie olJ
Olid.
HOWEVER.
Ike everything: else that has pained renown, mm*
erson or persons ure Irving to take advantage of the
?l>utatiou it has gained by mutatiug me NameuuJ
iritud. and attempting thereby to paini oU uu uifeoi
article lor the fceuuiue
THEREFORE.
e cure ami see to it that either sacks or barrels read
"CEREsi"
ad have the Imprint of 1
TWO GOLD MEDALS <
I
taclied. Nonegeuuiue without the two gold medala 1
i
I
YVM. M. GALT .t CI.
*r>2^ Wholesale Flour end Grain Dealer*. j
PIANOS AND ORQAN&
> KICK EKING. PIANOS TO KENT DM EASY
> H A It 1<M A N, iei ins or instalments.
i EI.\VVa\, i 'luinn?, Kepa riiu and Moving. ;
AIN1 Js i.ROS'. j ,?iL I/KKv >T'l ?V <.O.t
NDOTii. K I oc_l _m i ci . . \..
ILD tj I
' in s;. ii w. I -tulJ idicd i.->t>4. i > i
Kla.iKh<V lUi.ll 1'lui'o- ate Unrivaled.
Newly A Evaus und Wesei ltiox, the best medium
*aJ .
t.iiiiy's wonderful sell-playing instruments.
KciiaMe new triple, u. iso.i I priglii I'lanos for ?17aOciS
i tCKER liT.i > Fl A.N OS
J Viti; ID-AL INsTftUM NTS.
xquisitcly tiniili. d. niechalli-m | < r ( . <u every dcil,
tone ina,niticeiit. Hell ami re-on?iit. wiili threat | '
ugiiiK quality. bAMJiite A > I A \ . A.N,
oc l-l m V? ?4 F ht- ii. w.
sTt Y ? III: ANS.
!i.\E VV S. Y i s TOR PARLOR AND CHAPF.L.
A isO Eiaiidari styles for Library. Uiawu g K-^otu and
iMiool us?*. Eea&onalJ e p ices, easy Uru.s
SAN Ui^Uo * s A Y M A N,
oc!4-lm W-.4 1- sL n. w.
1SC11EK PIANOS.
Fine tone, splendid workmanship, unsurpassed for
uraijiliiv; prices reasonMbie.
' SANDEKS <fc STAYMAN.
OCl4-lm ?d4 F at. n.w.
^r.CON 1)11 AND PIANOS
i' various makers tor Mile a; pWc<?s ranging froir. $.">0
puaros. Ea. v montul paynients.
SANDERS ?t STA Y M A N.
ocl4-lin F si. n.w.
^U.SIC LOVERS ANU M USICAL
iu>K-nts are invited to examine our fine stock of the j
uUciiiess Decker li.os." Pianos. F'or rent and so.d
;i uccoiiimoua.iiig tcinis. .
SsaNDERS ?fc STAYMAN,
<h'i4-1 ni H;14 h st. u.w.
p (-JkCMKRH OF Ml'SlC ARE~ I -N \ I 1 EU TO 1
I call and get one of., ur HANDY' IMH iKs. designed
>i ciailv lor Hie u=e oi tiie inus.cal nr<i.e~sion. .
tsAN lJtRS J: sT A Y M AN, '
ocl-5-lm 9:>4 I- st- u. W. ,
1TE HAVE TiLE LEADING
l\ PIANOS AND Ortii.VNSL
PIANOS l ull RENT.
LD INSTRUM1 MS TAKi.N IN FXCIIANOE
Tl'NINt. AND REPAIlUNi..
Reasonable priced and ucconiiuod:.iiiiK terms. I
bAN.ERS A - IVYM AN. I
tJARVLs BUT1.I R In charge) i
ocl4-lni W? I'' "- .
AR..K ASMiKTMKNT OF s <'' 'N li HAND ,
^ Square. t.r::,.d and I pnAt P.A>0>, some
,-ariv new. all fully warranted, of ail uiukia tor
ile liom asi to SIO |?-r month.
W/G. MEI7.EROTT & OI.,
ocl2-lni <?n3 I'eiin. ave.. JJ door irom Hth st.
l ?,0 WORt H <t ? '?.
1 ?J5 7th st jr.
Sole Agents for the Unrivalled
SOUM Elt PIANOS. '
id dealers 111 strnnr-. .Musical lustiumenU, Sbeet ]
Music and Mtoic Rooks. 1
loo.uuo copies ot & anil !< oeui slitHH Music.
Pianos and organs to Rent. oc4-Cm
1ALLET A DAViS' UPRIGHT PIANOS UNequaled
at every iiesirable jtiiiit. ihe>e mar veins
instruments have \ on t lie iii->; place iu the hearts
musicians all over the work! liuy 110 other piaiu
ml you have seen these. New styles. Now openg
at Hll tub si. u.w. aplu
liDWARl) F. OliOOP,
920 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Kolo Asrent lor Steinway A- Sons, CaMer. Docker <%
hi. Marshall & Wendell, llaliett <t Cntustou and
her l'ianos; Sterling Organs, Music and Musical Mer
landise. Instruments sold uu monthly payments,
xchauged. Rented. '1 uned. Repaired, Moved. storeJ
id shipped
New and second-hand Pianos of other makes always
slock at low figures.
Te.epliolie, U47-- J^ltf
K K N!C N A BBB FEB I
K K NX N AA K B F.
KK XXX A A RBB EE
K K XXX AAA P. B K 1
K K M NX A A BKB EES
Piano Fortea
XEQUALED IN WNR TOUCH. WORKMAN- i
SHIP AND DURABILITY.
Second-hand Pianos at all prices.
PIANOS FOB RENT
W1L KNABE Jk OOu
my8 81? Market Spaca \
>0 N OT P URCHASE
U mil You See Ths
f:merson piano,
thoroughly hrst-cliuw insirumeut at a me-* ? ?
um price. Over *l,uuu uow tu om. t
Secoud baud Pianos and organs at prices from $10
1 $10u. bold ou uiia.1 montiily p^j menu.
Largest mwnruueiu of gc niutic In Um otf.
HENRY* EBEBBACH '
ep24 916 F stre?C ,
It AKAUKKA N D C. D PI-ASK* UO.^ . >-u .
\_ Pianos. Burdett Organs. 'I he tieias'y fi'j
?koliable-price Fianoa Rent, tuning, re-' I * '
*ir. at G. 1L KUHN'S. 4U7 loth ?t. u.w <18 *
THE TRADEST 1
ITOG. FA Bi^R, GOLD AN" UbLVtK PLATfcK. '
Repairing of Jeaelry. Fancy Bronae Oruam?rt?
JdSliver Ware Upstairs, over 00-d offlcfc A1A4
a. ave. oci?lui>
JATEIDMAN A WARNESON, i
fV Book-binders. Paper-ruler*, and *aaa (
Book Mauulacturera
oc!3 42Q and 4n HUi st. u-W.
11BSON BROTHERS ?BBJT
PRACTICAL BOOK AND JOB PRI^TERA
Tv?k pennsyWauia avtut Vl eeAiagU*, U. a
arUmPwrniun awwcaiU'. (
pHK CELLULOID TRUSS. .
L Tbat never break*. #eMrwi??*?>"P,*a
Ud Cau be worn wblto ItalblBg.
Ik tor saie at CHA8. FISHER'S,
O 7:b ana aonliwart
Mrs. FISHER drroM kmrnutmuom ? tne wautsot
adv Purum *
RAILROADS. ~ {
|>IKDM.?NT AIR IJNK
r rains Imv? R and I*. depot. Hth and R <fm4?
. :1? a 114 - lull*, except Sunday . fv.r L* acbbur* and
intermediate Ntallcua.
11 14 a ill. 1 tally f.,r Lvnoiihor*. ''"tivliir Avh
vllie. Cnar.otte, Mlatiio *ni! points South rttlln.an
I.urte. sleeping can io Atlanta. and ihemv t,, \
. )r harm "
p.m.?I'allv, excs-pt fnnd.v, for v?.
SrN>hnr?: an<1 inn rtneoiaie station*.
6;.K? p.m.? Daily kit ( Inriattnx i||e, Louisvilla nn.
cmnati and pouts -Ml Che*. aid.diiu K R Hull a. J
sleeper Wavhugtui io I <>u<?vliie.
ll:.*) p.m. I >a.iv lor LynciilHir*. Charlotte. Ooi.i?
bia. AukumU, Atlanta. Mont*. m< i \ . Now Oiieanaaod
points south. I'u!man pa ..ce nuflei .-icepiug carats
Montgomery n inmi? tn n with Pullman parlor car*
iliriK* lo Xe* )ri>?ua M^t"r ? a ua.ista ?
Hir. ug;i trains irom ?-outli arrive al Wa blngton
S:HO a.in and S:3o p.m.; from Louisville w 40 u
Lyuchbnrg I. a*., (KID ; s?ra?b!ii,j ima , HMO
am
Pickets, sleeplus oar ?wmmi?ja:km an.l Information
furnished ..11.1 Ua*a;a*:e n-sked ai ofll.* mu
Pennsyivaaia ave.. ami ai im-.-ntcrnuiiu ,, tVnnnvl\
ama Kaliroad, titli and B aia
J AS. L. TAYLOR,
f-l Ofwrn! I*vai'ni!fr A|iiiL
UALTlltORE AM) OHIO l AlLIUUl)
schedule in cfltert. SUNDAY. S KIT KM RER 10th
1st*', uulti ftiriiiei ioi.ce.
I.eare Washington fiora station. eorner of Now Jeree\
a yen u<> and v sir.-etFor
Chicago 10xKla.n1 and lo III p.m. daily The
lOtooam * Kim Lim.ted . xpriw for I'uishunrU
aD.i t iiWiitu. am vi.,g in Pittsbur^n at 7 .v.'< 1 ui .? mC?|[i'ne?l
luuriiluK ?l KM. Nucxlra lun-U cii?rcwl
o*'1'hi* 'rain for fa*l tiuie.
For Cincinnati. K.uUviile and St. t.oul? dalle at "..'10
P-U1- *"d p 111., wltb through c..a. *>??, a p,,:.
?-"*'Sleeping tArs to ataive polnta. w niioui
.v.Mi pia. is ;? |?>t limited lr..ui to Ciucinualt ami s. s
Lam.s. arriving |? Cincinnati ll? Jit njoriillu m 7 4.%
su . ouls t>:4o pm. No extra fkre is cbarfc. d ?i, una
train lor .a*t t.uie. *
?wLi*,l^lbu!*h w dailv
lltubuiKk,! 1, vrtjid ai.d im-iroit, with Monarch parloraud
ai?*plng Car. to f tt-Ourarti
.KUltt ,Mul station*. 8 41) a 111 <1ai r,
exo pt Miuiltv. '
*.^f-'b-CSrac*, Newark, sin^rly. Wtlmliif.
. n. rf*' I'liUu.K'ii.hia. 7:30a.m . I:^T> p. 10 a ,4
0.4u |>.ui UMi.y.
?.it"1. V". ? ok '?. < : ??. ? 40. T:3<V H .Mt
l-'niVtii j-j.'i ' ,a"- 4.Vniiiiin?* tram.
i r ii 11 " 4 " -' > and llMHu.iu.
? n! 1 s V?m0M 7..ill. ^ .*Oan>i 1.1,15
li*Klp^ 40 *'UMt
10 a in. and ./..il) p in. si-.lis . in u, |1B> > fruiu
1 " (.' I'Sr * l? '"ieauN p ii, > ?T-|.. r u> I.iv
For vV'.lnilneton. IMawaiv.and Hit. rm.slut.- ladnu
I^-tvvwii Ritiiiiuoreand V\ iiu.iu*.??. a.j., m ',Ul,T
fxi-ept Nundav. * -
to: Annapolis ?:40 a.m. an.i 12:1a and 4 :io t? m
011 a.ui., 4; u ?*.ati. '
For Way *1*1 tout, betw?<*>u Mashimrton and lu'ti.
more .1:4.1. b:?, a m.. 12:1U p m? .?: ? i^i 7^
? Hi twindajrs h lioa 1,1., an.i i:;pi :t .t,,.
i.Ati . ml Il^iOp.iu. I-or Stations un
tan Hrant'h ?i:4o a .m., daily, except muo?\ ami .'? >1
p. ui. daily; 4 40i.ru daii\. except Sunday, for i>iiu<nIslatioif
on M.'tr. pulilan Uraiidi s;4?i u ui a?uv
011 suttdity Mupn at all aiutloiis. For.iiiitlierNl.ur uii i
int. rtueiiiate t..,i?ts lo:o5 .III., 1 . io tint I 1 .0 p m.
dailv, ex?.vpt!?uij<ia>. 1 or f rederUk h:44J a m. anj
4:40 pni. dally, .-xceiit >unda>
??- -? p ?? "> . ?
1 Ul u??* w,>*? dallv ?:20. T:? 1111,
l .lo. tiuHJ alid I.mie li .ok I aprena.
I null 1 hiltui' ('h.sUf, WilnuiAictoM. AMgerl>.
Newark and Havre deOtace, 11:1a a.ui . B:JO
p.111. and lno.1 p.ui. daily.
^ llnilutfioii and ini. ruindiate iM.tnta north o(
Ilaltiiuure, 1 lufia-m.
I r. iu AnnapoliH, K :to u.m. and "1 :.%0 and 5:2ft p.m.
buudav, IDii.) a.m.. p.m.
from liai |mtm 1 any and Valley lUiiroad. &.:tO n.
ni. dai y I'nifpi Sunday.
From Frederick ami Intermediate |x.tnt*. H:25 am..
and S:l.? uui.oai.y except siu,.lay
? "*lumore tor \\ axhiuirtoii at ft la
fi^io. i SW, M.-oo. and io .tOa.iu., I2:ift, .i 4
f. 1.48. 9 ami 11 mo u.m: on kundavi
*'?[ J?"*1 and 1?0. 2?MI. 4.2W. 1 00.
Buo. . :4.?, ? and 11 *)o p.m.
All triiinj" In.iu \Vasliiii?rtoti stop at Ilelav Station
except 1:25. llil.i ami <. 40 p.m.
L?.,,or ?,lo?' *. |H.V at the Haltimor.- and
Ohio i Icket' 'tti e. \\ .tshliijr.ou Station: tiiW and lU'.l
I .-iiLisylvaina avenue, corner of 14th atreet, wiiera
orders will l>.- taken for ba^ifa^e to l>e chocked and
received al any point in the city.
B; H.a.M. CK.I/IRP.
<??*n Manager, Raltimore. r?e20! o. P. A.
\\J ASHINIM-ON, OHIO AND WKHTKRN liAli,
Hi IAD Co.
Schednle In efTc.t Aurik 1, 1KS0.
Tral.is will leave Irom and arrive at 11 .t P station.
8tli and B >4s. a* lolloafi: "
l^ave U axhiuieloii b:10 a. m. daily except Sundar
and 4:4.> p. 111. dally, arrtvlnxat H<.imd Hill 1144 a
III. and 7:1H p.m. Ketiiriiiii^ trains leave Hound II ill
Bt t?:oS a. m. Uaily ai d al H;15 p. ill. ilaii. exrvpt suiiday.arriving
a; W ushin^tou s:4o a.m. and .i:4S p.ui.
Moiiihiv and quarlt-iiy columutalion raki l.OOvF
miie ticket* 4. J J.
R. RKLIa
an Ml Siu.erli.iei.denL
njWK tiRK A 1
L I' l. N N S V l.V AN IA ROl'TR
1'n TilK N<>KlH, WKsl AN 11 soi'TItWT^T
lKJl BI.F TlUCa. SP1.FN HI |i -?? KNKK\ . "
STtKi. ItAILK MAGNll ll i.N l 1X11 ll'MKN C,
IN KFFKLT J I" l.V lllH. lNS.i.
Truius leave W aaianirt..n from atatioii. corner of Sixth
an.I II streets, aa luiloKs: '
l or Pitt^l-urg nud the We-t, v lncaK.. Lunite.1 Fxpre?i
01 I'a.ac- Sieepiiiic < ara al H: .o A. M. dally IKilie.
t< 50 A. M. daily lo tlncinnaii and -^1. la.uls,
\v itl. s.eepinit Vani ft~om liarriahuric to i lii.ii.i.aiC
l.nd Hu.el car to bU l>.ula dally, exeept Sut ur lay, '
t>. Chica^Eu. Willi >teepiii|(Car Aitoolia lo ? hica^o!
? liuauio Kxpreas. at 7:lli P. M. daly,
vsl.li SieepiuK tars Washington to OnaiKu,
Ht;d l.ar. Isljurt; to CirVeiaud coniie.ni 14
i<t HarrtatourK with Weaiern Fxpn-vj,, ?\ni,
tlir*">Hfl. >le. |mts lor la.uivville an 1 SL la.uis.
1 ... .tic hkpress. 1UMO P. M. daily, lor l'llt-bur*
liim Hie West, with through sleeper llarr.aiiurg li#
( lilt tiro.
liALl lMORE AND POTOMAC P.AtLltOAli.
For Krie. auaiiduiuua. K.k Iiester. liufla.o, N ia*;ara.l.coo
p. Al. uaiiy. exc pi SalurUuy, Willi panic*
tars asliiiitrtoii to Rochester.
For Willibiusport, La., a iiaveo and Klmlra, at U.jQ
A. M. dally,ex.-.'pl suudaj.
For New N ork and 'lie ij?,t,' 7.15. Mflo and 11 -.NI A.
M.: 2<H?,4:16, 1UHP?and 11 :-0 P. M. On >iui.lay,
H?o A. M? J:.iO, 4:15. lo^4> and ll _'o P. NL
l.iluiUid Upraw <? Pulluiau 1 arlor 1 ar-. H.4U A.
M uinTdMO P M da.iy, except sundav.
For R.-stou without chauK.' 2:.<o P M "verv day.
lor lirook.yu, N. V., all through trains connect M
Jcn?ey City w it 11 bouts of Rrooklyn Annex, affording
liirecttriuislerlo Fulion *ir el,a\oidiu^doubi#
lei rlu^eacro-s New 1 ork City.
For PaiiuUeiphia. 7:1ft. WJd and 11 rik> A. M.. 2-00
4;lo. ?i^.O, loOO an.l 11 ifo p. M On siitnlav.
P*?U A. .\i., 2SW. 4:lo, ?n>o. io^ai and 11:2U P Nl.
Kimlied Kxpress. P:40 A. .id. and duxi P. M daily.
t xcept sun.lav
For Haltimore, 7:lft.psio 9:40 tt:.rK>. llilO AM.
12 U5, ^.-00. :i:5U. 4:15, j?i. 4:4o. rt;o?. 7:1'", 1U.U0
and 1 lSiUP. M. on >uuda> .tfvu.Mu, 11 na# a m
aAKI, 4:15, iisaj. Trio, lo:?.o and 11:2?? P. M.
For Pope's Creek Line. 7:1ft A. Al and 4:40 P. M.
Uai.y, except sundav.
For A nnapolis 7:15 A. M., 12?ft and 4: 3 P M dally,
except Sunda>. Sundaya, y.-oo a. >L. 4:15 P. M
ALi-XaNi>Ri A AM) t ill..'r.UlCJvS.iUttt. RAILWAY,
A Mi AI.KXANLlRlA AND WA^HINO
ION RAlLKOAli.
For Alexan?lrU,0:uo, 7^)5,11:25, lOftft,and 11 ::15 A.
M., 2^5,4:25.4::45, ?t?l. and 11:117 P.M. >m
>11 inlay at OAK). ltr..'?.? A. M? s:oo P. M
For i..c..ui.>iid and ibe sottiu, ti^ai. lo j.. A. .M.dai'y
and 4:lt5 P. M. dailv, except Sunday.
I rams leave Alexau lria lor W u-tniuiton, <>sir>. nm,
".MOW, HHu A. M: I**). :i:2?i. 6:111. 7t?"?.
and lU:4v; P. M..ai,d 12:11* niidiUKlit ex.pt Monday).
?.ui Sunday ai S<Hl and lu lu A. .11 . 7 >?.k
10:42 P. M. and 12:10 hilIil
Tickets uild liiloruiaiit.u at the olli.*, northeast Corner
of l:?th street and PeuiiMVlvania a\eiiue. and
Uie station, where orderaoaii be leit for ttiecti.- aing
til t>u^?ab. to de>i.nation floiu hotels und resalen.-w*.
i'Mas. K PCUH lieiieral Mui..t?. r
J- K- Wood, neiu-rnl l*wii ni;i r in jj 12
POTOMAC! RIVER BOATS.
Ij-OR POTOMAC III Vi.lt i.A NDlNoS.
NEW IRON* 8TFAM I II "W V K I FfFLD"
l>eav<>s 7il)-?ireei w harl on MONDAYS, IHl'RV
DAYS and SA'l'CRDAVs al 7 a. Ul. Keiurinnf
II KSDAYS, 1 K1DAYS a lid M'NDA \ p. lu.. toi'le
li>*s at luver ; jtudniRn a.i lar ..s Nomiui . re.-k, 1 urriLillian,
Va, and sl ( lenients liav. Md tolinects WHS
II. <k O. R. R at Slifplieru -^ee cUed'ilj.
JOHN la. PAUVaKIT Apnt
C. W. RIDL.KV. Manager. le.t
DIRKCTTO .NEW YORK?FREIOHT sTKAMF.liJS
JOHN ?.l USO.N and K C. KNK.II'i l.?r?
1'ier 41. Ki*sl R.ver, N. Y.,cveiy sa I I 11UA \ uliu
Bi.l Wth fcU wliarl, Waalnp.gtoii, evoty 'lLUsliAi
NORMINti. 1 re.tiit at low .-St rales. a|4
^?T. VERNON! MT. VERNON!
STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN
lAiren 7lli-?lreet wharf dally (i-.o-pi Sunday, for
Mt. Vernon al lo o'clock a. 111. lU'lurniug, ieacb?S
VV ashiiiKtou about 3:aU p.m.
U 1. BI.AKK Captaiu.
STEAMERS.
^TLANTIC AND WEKT INDIA LINE.
NKW AND CUARMINO WINTER TiH lis.
British, Danish und French Weal India Inlands. Ac.
h. S. BAURA* "OFT A, sailim; :<?nh Oct. and thereafter.
stopping uday or in r?* at St Croix, st Kills. Antigua.
Martinique, Barhadoa, Deinerara. Trio Ida I. Ac.
superb iianaeiiger lufommodutiuii. ex.-ellenl Cu.slna.
bmokiug lloorn, Bath Rooms, etc. Apply to
LEA Y< RAFT A CO.,
oc21-th.*.tnrJni 14t> IV.irl ~t. Ne? York.
^lla:. Link royal mail st^am^rs.
suit rcguiarly fT<,m BALi iMOHF. for LlVKRPOQb
via QCLKNsTOWN.
Calling at HalUax, N. s, and st. Johns. N. F.
Caspian October lH: Nova hco Ian, November Id,
OMmi, *?5. lmerioej.ate ^Kl: steerage.
itlaagow' 10 1-os.on, via l-errj and tut.way.
Pa.sseU?;tr aCCVlullMMUlOM UUvXl??ied.
For luilber inioi luation appi)" to
Mr a. D. A. BKOSNAN, fll2dth ?L
t>KO. W. Moss, 225 Pemi. ave.
?2ft-?,tiiAth3in JS- BKI.Ll.W .lk>lt New Jersey a<
UNDERTAKERS. T~
k xlCHARU s. CAIN.
1% Ft'ttM^'iAU LNDKRTAKEH.
xoll '<in al. > tidily sirit.tl> t .rat-class and oa Ibe
oiuU il?W1'* 'leiius, 'leiepboue tmli 4^o-*
JUL~1 - Si'lN DLKR. " .
ftRJslSH.NO UNDERTAKER
lo??4* 7tn at. u.w . . .
Evervthlng Rric^.y nm-ciaas aad on the nod
reasonable term*. ae^s-1 m?
1->RKu. SPIN DLi R,
} L iKieriake* 1233 7th street n wBodies
emUaiiueU and prv,.ar?9d tor transportation
reiephoue call *0. -
JOSKPH OAWL&k. FL"RNI?HLN? lNUc.lt
TAKER and PttAt"! 1CAA. fcaoALlltK.
1720 Penuaj ivaina ave. U.W. Jvrius uiodorals an4
v ) " ".' ?'i4si llatepooae I-ail lu.-li tuyJl
a m to belli: w. "
URNlsHINO UNDERTAKER,
Corner Now Jersey ave. and U al a.w
Telephone call. 23s?d. apt
w. bakkarT " I
. N * LRTAKPR AVI) practtcal emualmer,
Uraduate of 1HH4 CiaM of the .Inctnnati School tor ?'
Embalming CM. Luk.-v*. M. D . Pr.ncii*ak
ilL Clark. Demoustrator
?12 11th street uorihwraat.
Telenhoo* call >47-4. grll
G^KNTIJEMEJPB BUlTs SCOPRHI)
r ? AND PKKSSKD FOR |L
Coats 50 cents. Panu. 25 eeota. Vests 2ft cent*
Altering and repairing done in beat manner. ^
uooda called lor and deUeered. I
K. 1. HAHX, ^ ^
705 Oth sL n w (telephone call
42 N. talvert St.. Baltimore. Telephone oali 1511-&
au28-2m*

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