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WASHINGTON: IIT1?P*V Xeaweasbor 3. I*S. f nosMt a. ?W*- ..MM *ail? (irtilMiag mt. thmm U(kir U mm* Mkir daily MHr r<abUa^ |, tbe Mktr telly HHN bere added To Letteo reiaUu* to Uio editorial or buslasss li^in --?* ?.'( Um i?4|mr should be nfcteioil to tos Idltor. ?* U?? PubUsfcsr, a* Iks caes mar be, Mt h4 to ii> l?41?Uul Tim latter gwm own** vexatious deiajr*. OT iVmiB nlxlkiM omdqI be returned. ? Vbere preeervaOon I* li^il. writers sbouM re tain a sop? ?f ifeeir manuscripts. tr Aauojmwa ananiiikttluM arc not r?s4 la (hi* ?An. It b Iktnfur* imU- to send tneui. Weet Virginia la not a atata where anyone woaUd look for a democratic victory in tbees ia|ioD|?a?al priaciple*. Darin* the war sad for mm yean afterward, the repablirana bsid fact to the aUla which they had tbemsoivss rratfteil for political purposes. but the force of geographical environment prresntly over rsaae *11 lutijuatal consideration*. and MM she cut her electoral rote for Ttt4tm, by a plurality of 14,564. H.n cosk a plarality of 11,148, with a popalar raadiilata In Qr seabacker Weaver to pull down bto<?|^J? IM4 Cleveland polled a plurality fjn&J 4,221, a fen though Butler drew oat but sot vetoa all told. This, fallowed by the drop of the democratic plurality in the oongrsssional "" ?f 1M to CM, has led aome aan re publicans to bopa for the res of tha atata to their party column. That ia almost too much to expect, however, la tSH the cpaitiOM were peculiar, inas aa Mr. Blalae, the republican candi enjoyed the highest popularity per ' ia various parte of the etate. waa iuter ! ia aome of ita peat iaduatriee. and waa 1a atoae political and private relations with other flnaaslers aa intereeted; while the large Irish aad workuigmen's element introduced Into the (tate'a population by tha development ef Aa mineral resources aad the then recent eta of railway building, waa antagoniatic to Clrfe land's succeed. In 13MC. again, varioua lad quealioae neceaearily interfered with the eha* interpretation of the reault. There ia to feubt, however, that a strong protectionist MMarat haa gained a foothold in Wwt Vir glada. which, if it could be used aa an offset to tha Wyahy which ia felt, everywhere in the to a party name, would put the etate iatt the aame doubtful category with Connecti cut^ New Jersey, aad Indiana. lto teatimoay taken in the tunnel investiga tion la interesting. Tha evidence of tha work ma* owaimia tha story told by the work itself. Tharough expert inapection of the whole tan Ml will evidently he required in order that all dsflssts may be corrected; and the evidence gtaaa by the inane 1 lining will alao aid mate rially ia fixing the reeponaihility for tha defec ttss work, Washington dsaires the apeedy ejaaylsHua of the new waterworks system aa prelonaillj aa it wiahea the puniahmcnt of the uaftlthful public ssrrants wboae fault haa bM(led the work aad delays ita progress by t iaiag the aeceaetty for oflkial iavestigstion. The incrsassd water aupply ia needed at the ) J^at laoment. The city hopea thereforo that the correction both ef the tunnel aad of thaae raepoeiaible for ita condition will be vigsroasly and quickly pushed. The approach ing-eUctioa new largely abeorba public atten teea an 1 energy, but after next week the invee ti jstoi'e labors will be qairksaed by the iniu tsa of a freeh popular iatereet in his taak, ? hish is clearly wf the grcateet importance to Dm people of ths district. It taenia aeteuiahiag that aoae of the politi cal eampaiguera with leag memories, who are <! ecoaemg tbe Heck* ill e incident in the light of 1 eteric precedent, ahould have recalled the s. m af William Henry li .-risen, appointed by Jdfca Qaincy Adams to represent tbe United H~ itos la Columbia, aad recalled by Jackaon a f w aarmths later ea ths osteastbis grouad of d >lomatic indiscretion. Hu alleged offence aisieil in ths writing of a letter to Oeneral .? men Bjlivitr, then at the summit of bu po or xl power, usgiag bias not to accept the oSice of dictator. The recall excited much bitter ness ef fsating against the administration, for Harrison was very popular with his fellow eiti " rm; sad ths mssass of ths people coald acs r 4hing wroag in an American minister's in t rtsrsncs with the domestic politics of a f. isadtr nation to which hs was accredited, aa long as his advics waa ia aceordaacs with the demo- | t atic traditieas aad policy of our own govern- | a sat. The immediate Meade of the depoeed - ?mister, moreover, raised ths point, by a oom , aison ef dates, that Harrison wrote the letter after his successor had beea appointed, and *iawri whea he was oace mors simply a privets eWeea; hot *e frieads of ths Administration retorted that, owiag to ths loag time required f x ths transmission of aews to South America? A was ia I9W?hs had aot yet received in f^rtoation of his aupercsasioa. aad tharsfors wss guilty af aa iadiscretioB ss far aa his kiMWlsdgi aad latent were concerned, although MShan ally his defsace might bs valid. lavsas is asarly at aa sad, yet the sootest is so class that a pre ior ths other of less thaa Sea thoessa.l votes will rsry likely ssttle the rsaalt l cemnxittod aa aa inoffensive eiti aaa to Marina attest Wsdaesday svsaiag. ia hii awa doorway, by a crowd of hoodlums who wsn turatog Hallowe'en iatj a night of riot sal diescdsr, la adiagrace to the sity. There M aa msre reason why ths strscts should bs giasa over lor ese evsaing m the rear to Misy tha dsstruc:^>n of property and nsat ef Ufs aad limb for persoas i to gat ia ths way of ths mob, i why thsy shnald be so sarrsndsred svsry Ths sarvivai of a custom which wss gh at the atart. bat has degsasntcd ate aa unsndarahle aaisancs. may be traced to tha sasy ysiag msthnds of oar police drpurt aat jvara ago, but eugbt aot to be permitted to ruatiaac loagsr. This assault should be adc qaatsly paniahed aad stops taken hsreaftor by the aathorittos whieh will prsvsat each occur i ea Hallowe'sn. Ths Isamislis national cosmittoe has sab I a tow laat words to voters. The repub "lastly" amy he aaoa expected. The in maltiply that electioa day is cloas at A rspabUeaa trick?a dsmocratis kick?the anasam manager'* pick?Haekville sick. ?toalsy was all right a year ago. Afrieaa aaVs travsis slowly. Ths grsat explorer may hare faandsd a kiagdem aad written a book aiaae ths date af the latest dusct informatioa \tm kiaa foltUcs aatll aftsr Tassday. thaa hi Sl Bio. a rr utn mm at to. aohT? mtM. At ?f.M turn tut, HCHLAt AM UOK gTTLBS. t ? \ . ' 1 J* C. Hutchinson, IMPOBTKB. eomprtaiug tla* largeet *uJ moet complete satortinent ut Korritii Wrmiw lor arrlio ud itrtct wear, to gether with all Ui? latcet uuvelbee. J A CCO K K F.EK TTTT ,SSg J AA C C K K K T , w h y K g. ? o, Juet received a choir* aaaortinent of Imported Jack ete, lOO Lu the lot, at a vary low price. Are London autl Berlin rootle. and in no iuetance will price rapiw eewt more than actual net coat to produce. retail proAt being removed. Don't buy before in vevtlgatlug theae. ENGLISH UAL PLUSH MODJK8KAS. At Only SI*. Tor quality, ?Li?pe anal durability thia irarment c But Lm equaled lu any other atore at leae than t'~4. RICH ngm SYS t M U M11 LLLLLI.LL Trlmnal and Un trimmed. We ahaU continue tba excitement la oat Millinery Department by telling FRENCH FELT HATS At |1 SO each regular price fi. DRESS TRIMMINGS. Foe tar KID GLO VES ?1 par pair and upward*. uJ 907 I'EXN9YLVAXIA ATX. Collars And (. (IFF#, Two i.'enU Each. nU-lOt SWISS STEAM LAUXDRT. T ADIKS' SHOULDER SHAWLS, l.to., LA DIBIT JLj Woreted Knit Shetland Shawl*, all enado*. 40c.; *"v?m JssxL.. The To* The Child L ikes Best IS THE "ANCHOR" STONE BUILDING BLOCKS, Real Stone, three colon. The BIST PRESENT fur Children and Ailulta. For 91.75 or S3 a good average box. Apply for Deecripfive Catalogue. aent peat free, to F. AO. RICHTER A CO., 310 BROAD WAT, n3.a.tu,th-8w NEW YORK. Babgaixs In Black Dress Goods. MONDAT MORXINO, NOVEMBER 5, We will oXer Extra Bargains in BLACK WOOL DRESS GOODS. _ One Lot <4 LUPIN'S CELEBRATED NOVELTIES at Tic., would be cheap at #1. Another at $1.^5; yood value at A-'. Prieatley'* k Echroid'* SILK WARP HENRIETTAS are the beat known rnakea. Wc allow theui from A1 up. Aak to eee tba tl.aiit number. 'tie a beauty. WOOL HENRIETTAS is all price*, and many other New and Novel Weavea in Black Good*. Daring the coming week we will ahow Bis Bargain* in BLACK SILKS. And to thoae who are In need we aak them to In*pect our itock before purvhaaing, believing It will be to their uitervat ao to do. Price* were never ao low for ?rood atotik. We have them from 76c. to tamper yard. Our etock of LADIES' AND CHILDREN S MERINO UNDERWEAR la complete. Alao atock of BALMORAL SKIRTS. Pricee range from *1.30 to *6 Tbey are manufac tured from best material and the alxae are Juat right. FT. R STOCK ie being added to daily, and pricee ex ceedingly low. We reepactfully invite an inspection. X. O. DAVIS, 718 MARKET SPACE, ocl3-3m Cor. Stfc Street Collars And Cuffs, Two Cento Laeh P-*-10t SWISS STEAM LAUNDRY. P HILADELPHIA StoBE. DRESS GOODS. DRESS GOODS. DRESS GOODS. DON'T FORGET-Our .VJinch LadW Cloth at 50c. per yard. They are the beat good* ever ?,f"~ for the luuuey We have them in *Ajl vgiurt. FIXK SEBGKS^lWmjcre*. Ueuriettaa Broadcloth*. Ladle* Cloth*. 1 rtcote All the iuo*t de eiraUle gooda ami every a hade that ta _^ wore. , PLAIDS-We have tone good at\l? for tfOc and "AV. Better atylec for 9?*- . 50. . and tioc. rnru,? ? f1 "* >!*??? *? ??*-, 75c. and ?1. FRENCH FLANNELS-A good uaortment of etyiee. lilv ^ ,or ^c" SOcTiSd BLACK GOODS--Black Kilka and Silk and Wool Good* BLANKErs--Of"vi*yXecriptk>ii. In White, Bed, and BED COMFO^tjffi?.tyleilP colore, and <|Oalitiee. FULL LIKE ^FLAbSkIA lu White. Red. Blue, aud uwy, fruifc 20c. op. NOTIONS NOTIONS. WORSTEDS?bt?hrra, Oermantown. Saxony, and Wool*, all cviora, mt \*m tbau STAMPED u9BlSto great variety (Brlgg'e Trauefer ntt?ui) for aale. HOSIERY. GLOVES, AND UNDERWEAR. CAftSlMERUt?For JtcH anil B">ya' Wear, and a com plete liiieof Taiiore' Trtli.iuliig*. W**r*u " rviTMaiil*.! and no thuddy CABHART k LEIDT. jy3 98S7Uand TCHiE ,t. n.*. bpECIAL BaBGAINS FOB THIS WEEK IX COT II H A MM MM BBS KEK RRK <5 L" H jl * A Lf va a*"is s s 17 UftRB NN NUTTl UHRh i MTTITU URRRrRKH; y nKg* L'U B RKKk A CAB LOAD OF SOLID OAK SUIT H v: ANTIQUE FIX ISM. BETEL PLATES. AT $25 = 80 = IX OUB CABPST DKFABTMBNT TO STOCK IB UXSUXAASBKD AXD PRICKS TXK LOWEST. The Newest And Best Things IX AUTUMN AND WINTER DRY-GOODS CAN BE SEEN AT THE ESTA BI.13HMEN 1 OF BEATON PERRY, '8orc?n?ur lu l** rry A Bro.) ELEGANT GOLD AND SILVER POMPADOUR BILKS AMI) MATINS. SUPERB STOCK OF LYON'S SILKS, BOYAL AR Ml KES, BENGALISt.S. SATIN DUCHESSK. MOIKK PEKINS, MOIRE ANTIQUES AND FAILLE FRANCAISE IN BLACK AND AIL COLORS FUll SiBEET AND HOL ME WEAR AT lowest PRICES. -ALL THE NEW SH APES" IN SILK PLUSHES AND VKLVE'l MEKOM ?1 TOS3 PER YABD. LYON'S PURE SILK VEL\ETS FROM 20 TO 28 INCHES WIDE IX III.\CK AND ALL THE NEW COLORS FOR AUTUMN AND WINTER. BANG ING FROM <3.50 TO ?S PER YARD. ELEGANT 1ILACK AND SEAL SILK PLUSHES AT M TO S12. Wi.uDl.Vu OUTFITS A SPECIALTY. -SPECIALOFFERING" OF NEW FRENCH BROAD CM) ills IN ALL SHADES AT *1.50, $2 AND IMMENSE STOCK OF NOVELTIES IH ALL-WOOL FRENCH DRESS FABRICS FOB PLAIN AND COMBINATION SUITS, RANGING FROM 50c. TO ?2 50 PER YARD. NEW PARIS AND BERLIN WRAPS. JACKETS, RAO LANS. NEWMARKET'S AND JERSEYS AT LOW EST PRICES. ELEGANT BLACK AND SEAL PLUEH WRAPS, JACKETS AND SACGUES, ALL SIZES. NOVEL 11 Ls IN HANDKERCHIEF'S AND HOSIERY "BEST MAKES" OF PLAIN AND RIBBED MEHINO WOOL UNDERWEAR, ALL STYLES AND SIZES. I GEN LINE CAMELS' HAIR AND FRENCH BBOCHE HHAWLN NOVELTIES IN HIMALAYA.CHUDDA AND SCOTCH _ TRAV hUNu SHAWLS. TBEFOI SSE fcCO.'S CELEBRATED KID GLOVES. tar PLAIN FIGURES AND CORRECT PRICES. _ BEATON PERRY, I P?rry^BaiUli IVnn?^^vaiil? avenue, earner Hth CoiIabs And Citffs, Two Ceuta t?'h. lKt-lOt SWISS STEAM LAUNDRY. CARPET DEKTi-HEAVY HEMP CARPET, 15c. i par yard; heavy Custom-made Rag Carpet, 25c. Perysrd. BLUM'S, LS-St* 745 and 747 Sth at. ???. The Following Abe Bargains. ALI. WOOL HENRIETTAS, 40 in. wide. 50c.. even ing and atract shades. BLACK PEAU DE SOIE SILK at tl and 11.25. COLORED BENGALINXS. worth *2.50, at #1.50. ABMUBE SILKS. slightly imperfect, at balf-prtce, ?2.50 quality fur <1.25. ALL SHADES, RICH QUALITY, COL PLUSH. 91.25. ALL-SILK VELVET8 at $3.50. AI.L-Sll.K CREPES, nnllur iludea, 75c. EXTRA VALUE IN BROADCLOTH, at *1.50. ARMl'RE CLOTHS, choice shades. New Hosiery and Underwear. New Tablc-rlotha and Napkins at Very Low prices. Rich Black Silk Sicillenn#, Black Gros-grain Faille Fram-ais, and Moire Silks, in all colon, at the Vary Lowest markat price*. New Stock of Mourning Goods. W. M. SHUSTER k RON'S, n3 i?10 Pa. Ay?. A First-Class Corset fob ? fine trade. Heretofore it has been difficult to procure ? First Claaa Corset, that would Ik- throughly reliable and be made of Fint-Claas materials, if not made to order. We have found a way to relieve ladles of latying a big price for Coraeta u.adx to order. We have iui|>orted a Cornet under our own direction* that will contain the beat quality, material*, perfect tit and beat poaaible finish, and which we will oiler to the public for ?4.50. Thia Corset is made for us alone and to procure tho genuineness of It,bears our stamp,niarked ou the inside uf the Corset, and were you to offer ever so much money, no other merchant could produce a corset like it. If we wore to take your special measure for a Conwt like thia oue wc offer for #4.50 it would cost you twelve dollars. We would feel very much gratified to have tho pleasure of showing any lady thia Corset,even if she does not have the slightest desire of purchasing. It ia scarcely necessary to add that we carry all other reliable makes of Corsets at popular prices. Every Corset bought from us ls warranted to its full est extent. Should a Corset not wear, no matter at what price we will, without parley, exchange some for you. LANSBURGH k BRO., one pbice. 420. 422, 424. 420 7th at 417, 419 Sth st. nl Fob Monday, DRES8 GOODS DAT. SPECIAL PRICES WILL PREVAIL 37*C. 52-inch AH-Wool Canvas Diagonal, in all the dark colon; good, flan, hard-twisted ysru, but a trifle too light in weight; Just suited to the present season, can not be duplicated for less than UOc. We shall cloee the entire lot uf 18 pieces at 3~Mc. 50c. 54-iarh All-Wool Heather Mixed Cheviot, in the most desirable colon and mixtures: a splendid ser viceable material, unsurpassed for durability, guar anteed not to wear rough or crock; 32 pieces all told And never nude for less than 75c.; will be sold at 50c. per yard. 55c. 30-inch .All-Wool Ombr* Plaid; Just received 20 pieces of Choice Plaids in many beautiful dexigns and harmonious colorings, admirable for entire dresses or in combination with plain, or for children, equal to any ever sold at 02Hc.. and now a desirable bargain at 55c. per yard. 50c. EXTRA SPECIAL??5c. GOODS FOR 50c. At the great trade sale of last week we secured 01 pieces of Bosket Annures and Diagonals. These goods were valued by the importer at 70c. We were fortun ate in securing them at such price that the purchasing public of Washington can by tliem at two-third* of the regular price. These go ?ls goods are fully 40 iuchea wide, made of the finest wool yams, dyed and ttniahed by the famous Guillaiuet, of France, lu the newest shades, and aro without doubt the beat value ever placed ou our counter at 50c. |>er yard. Sec theee gooda if you need a dress, for never such an opportunity again. LANSBURGH k BRO., Instigators of Low Prices, It 420. 422,424 and 420 7th at. n.w. Collars And Cuffs. . Two CcuU Each, nD-lOt SWISS STEAM LAl'NDRY. 1/i i DOUBLE GOLD BLANKETS, $1 73 PER X |>uU; 10-4 Double, l'uro Wool, Medl< tiled. Scarlet BLuketa, #2 OS per pair liLUMS. n3-2t* 74.) and 747 blh *t. s.e. The Attention Of the phytic)ana and the public is invited to DOUGLASS' EMULSION OF PURE NORWEGIAN COD LIVER OIL, WITH HYFOPHOSPH1TES OF LIME AND SODA, For the relief and run of C0UGH8, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, GENERAL DEBILITY, And nearly nil Pulmonary troubles, and if taken in time till airust the progress of Consumption. In putting this preparation on the market no claim is made for originality, but? vuanutee is given of the absolute purity of th- luedkiuee used and the skillful maut.ir in which tliey are prepsretl. The Cod liver Oil (Nvrwugian) used is from the crop of 'SS. This I purchase in tlie original packages, thereby avoiding any poaaible adult*ration In transit. The Hypoplioi pliitm are from Standard Manufacturers, alul need Do coinmcnt, but the following tacts are important 1st. The medicines used In Douglass' Emulsion are [ abaolutely pure. 2d. Each bottle contains 50 per cent pure Norwe gian Cod Liver oil, thoruuglily emulsified,very palata ble, and will not disorder the most delicate stomach. 3d. It ia better and cheaper than nine-tenths of the ao-called Euiulaious, and coats hut 75c. for a large bot tle, or 3 bottles for <2. 4th. Should you become disaatiaflad after using the price wll) be cheerfully refunded. EDWARD F. MERTZ, MANUFACTURING AND DISPENSING CHEMIST, 1014 r Street. TBI PIONEER OF LOW PRICES IX DRUGS, Bay State Galtan satisfy all. Bky State QaMaie eeU as teal as tMgr? tured. F. 0. U AYVBS, act31-3aao 23 Court St.. Boston. A Day Fob Thi Bast. Monday ii the day ltd oar imdiiI fioor will be bright ened with babies' clothes of evsry description Imagin able. Comfort for jro? and the baby too?Comfortable Chairs, Retiring Itootaa, and good-natured salespeople who an foud of babies. Sot only special prices for bsby's things bat everything in connection with roar new walking or trailing drags quoted la the PPP A Uf t\ f AAA P A J 6brr BBS I I a a n it. n v 41 OO T A A 'JTT 111 it mi i. i. H f* *7 L II 8S? T L II /j T II "as8 t FOB MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH. You'll try and bring the baby on Monday, won't yon? It'll be worth your while. Wi don't have a splendid sale without substantial price inducement*. .. ? . , THB PALAIS ROYAL. (Continued below.) Dox-t Fobqbt The Baby. Whether 'Us for the first baby of a mot bar whose hus band has a wall-filled pocket-book, or for the twelfth baby of the strnmrlinir mother with an unlucky hus band, 'tis all the same to us. Garments from a few cents to many dollars sack. Complete outfits from 96 to ?150. Our 917 811k Coats are not leas of batyaina than the 3Ho. Woolen Coats, sad the 95.48 8ilk hoods are pro portionately as cheap a* the 3ttc. Woolen Onaa. It's the custom to get big profit* for fine good*; THB PALAIS ROYAL 18 AN EXCEPTION, but we don't credit, remember, l'alaii Huyal Hint are lower and when speeial or reduced prices are quoted it means bargains extraordinary. SPECIAL PRICES ON MONDAY ron BABIES' CAPS AND HOOtttS. (Plush, Silk, Worsted and Elder-down). BABIES' WORSTED GOODS. (Bootees, Sacques, Hoods, Leggings, Mitts, eta.). BABIES' 8HOBT AND LONO DBESSES. ?Cambric, Nainsook and Llneu). BABIES' FLANNEL GOODS. (Skirts, Shawls, Sacques, Wrappers, etc.). BABIES' RUBBER GOODS. (Ever) tbink that is required). BABIES' 8HOBT AND LONG CLOAKS. (Cashmere, Merino, Eider-down, Corduroy, Silk). Shall expect you aud the baby ou Monday. If it nuns there's the car or your carriage, ua the case may be. ? ,. , THE PALAIS BOYAL _(Continued below.) Cubtaixs At Reduced Fbices. The last one or two i?irs of a style are difficult to sell for various reasons. Who wants t'joui at dollars off? 2 pain Real Lace Curtains, Reduced from 900 to 937. 1 pair Irish Point Curtains, Reduced from 925 to 920. 3 pairs Lace Tambour Curtaius, Reduced from 918 to 912. 5 pairs Irish Point Curtains, ... _ Reduced from 918 to 910. 1 pair Lace Tambour Curtains, Reduced from 916 to 90. 4 pairs Swiss Applique Curtains, Reduced from 910 to 97.25. 1 Pair Irish Point Curtaius, Rcduced from 98 to 95.50. 1 Pair Tambour Lace Curtains, Reduced from 98 to 95. 1 Pair Swiss Applique Curtains, Reduced from 90 to 94.25. 0 Pairs Embroidered Swiss Curtaius, Roducad from 95 to $3.08. 1 Pair Swiss Applique Curtsins, Reduced from 95 to 93.02. 1 Pair Swiss Applique Curtains, Reduced from 94.50 to 93. CVBeing the laat to fro, some oi these Curtaius show handling. That they were (food values at full prices is evident, or would ail be sold but the few we've quoted? If you really want any of tliese Curtaius YOU MUST CALL EABLY MONDAY BURNING. THE PALAIS ROYAL, ^(Continued below.) Table-Linen Bargains. The followiu* are short leugths, but ample for a cloth, in some eases several. UNBLEACHED TABLE DAMASK. Remnant of 05c. quality reduced to 45c. yard. Remnant of 75c. quality reduced to (15c. yard. Remnant of 91.10 quality (2 yards wide) S5c. yard. Remnant of 91.25 quality reduced to M5c. yard. BLEACUED TABLE DAMASK. Remnant 75c. quality reduced to 00c yard. Bemuaut 91 quality reduc ed to 75c. yard. Bemnant 91.08 quality reduced to 91.25 yard. W Lengths suDiciant for many purposes of Eider down, Shaker, French aud Merrill's American Flan nels AT ACl'l AL COST PRICE. All tha Colored Blankets gone but two or three pairs, which are to go Monday at good-bye prices. ,, , , THE PALAIS BOYAL (Continned below.) Special Sale Dress Goods. Etc. For November ft, 0, 7, and 8 we push to the front Dtwss Goods, Lace*, Trimmings, Buttons, and Furs. These departments will occupy extra si>uoc, and the display has been a study?you'll admire it. Prices, too, to induce you to the special sale and exhibition. THE PALAIS BOYAL ^(Continued below.) Job Lot Lnglisii Bboadcloths. Not a defect, not a desirable shado lacking, "A Job lot" because its not rejrular stock?cannot be reor dered. Like a shower of rain in April, these Broad cloths have come snd so they'll go Many will hear of them after they are gone and ask: " When and whert did it rain thone liar vain Bruadeloth*." THE PALAIS BOYAL (Con tin ned below.) * Black Silks From Auction. The annual trade sale lias enabled ua to replenish our stock utd quote prices that'll save you dollars ou a Silk Dress. We quote here only three lots that'll do to go with the cheap lace fiuuucinga we advertise: 20-luch Black Surah. OKc. 22-Inch Black Snrali, 75c. Black Satin Rhadame. 80c. fy Expect a surprise, and yon won't be disappointed. THE PALAIS ROYAL (Continued below.) Black Lace Flouncings. It would tako the pcncil of an artist to depict the beauty of the new patterns, aud the i*n of one more clever than the Palais Royal's advertising man to de scribe them. Our buyer says: "!'?? mat/ *tatt thai ttu at Li vc? are tin far the bet t-.t'uri I've ere,- trrurtd." As a matter of form tlio price-list is giveu; It's more apt to deceive than instruct. 42-in. Silk Cluntilly 91. 9150,91.75,92,93.50,93, 93.08, 94, 94.50. 95. 90 (18. 42-in. Spanish Gulpuro 91.25, 91.00, 92, 92.08, 93. 05-in. "Directoiru" 95 yard. 42-in. Silk SisinUh 95 yard. 54-iu. Silk Drapery Net* (figured) 91,91.10, 91.15, 91-25,91-50,9108. 92, 92.08, 93.5ft 93.08. THE PA LAW BOYAL (Continued below.) Dress Trimming Bargains. BARGAINS, too many to describe. Our Trimmings are choap always, bat at the special prices THE BEST BABGAINS OF THE SEASON. Whether 'tis triiuinliur for your uew walking dress, eveuiug costume, or to patch up the old, wa oiler dozens of surprise prices botwoeu the two extremes quoted below. Silk Gimiw, 20c. to 91 a yard. lUllauaise Cord Gimps, 25c. to 91.35 sCyard. Pattern Gimps, tttic. to 93.35 a yard. f Oruauie.it Gimps, 94.35 to 98 a yard. Persian Band Trimming, 91.15 to 93 a yard. Persian Gimps, 92-08 to 98 a yard. Persian Ornament Gimps, 95 to 920 a yard Jet Gimps, 2.V. to 90.08 a yard. Reiarate Jet Gluipa, 50c. to 920 a yard. Jat and Steel Gimps, from 5c. a yd. Jet Ornament*, 25c. to 92.08 each. J*t Collaret tea, 93.75 to 95.35 each. Jat and Persian Gimps, 92.08 to 98 ? yard. Jat Fringe*. 91 to 95.35 a yard. Cut Steel Glmi-a. 91 to 95.35 a yard. Silk Girdles, all colon, 79c. to 92.35. BUTTON8 of Crwchet, Stoel, Pearl and Iftl. Jet and Steel, Jet and Crochet, Horn, Metal and Ivory, for Suits or Coata. ALL AT SPECIAL PRICKS. But. tons to order to match your Dress. THB PALAIS BOYAL (Cootinned below) Fobb HALF 7UBBIEB8 MUCKS. Setart mow baeause you obtain choice FWrevaryln quality, though tha pcica* maybe uniform, as If* important-to have Aral kettaft thK*Wb4or'?'s prereain# season. PrlrS be later, to indue* yon to buy now. Better Pun and leas petras than later. What Men earn we write? THB PALAIS BOYAL (A. LIINEB Prop.,) ?3 Cor. lirth st. and la. ar* <Op*KnfO"MoKI>AT.NoV.5, 1888. We shall ope*, on Monday. November 5. for the inspection of caksen. the buildlr* ><Mt ?nnexed, and which is connected with the mala ?tore by a large, ud handsome archway. Every reader of the "Star" is cordially invited. WOODWARD k LOTHBOP. Xo Signalize The "Opening We (hall offer extraordinary values la every department thro of boat the (tore, and call attention to the following tew of the mat con spicuous: DRE83 GOODS. ~ We offer 40-inch All Pom Wool rmtk Whip-c?S Suitings, la the mna'i choicest plain shades. Only 76c. per yard. This was the wholesale price up to a tew days ago, and is aa exceptionally rood bargain. (New Annex; center table.) PLUSHES. We shall open a new line of the 08-eent Plashes, which swells the number of ?h?des to Dearly 50. Plashes can be bought elsewhere at fl8c. sad cheaper, but no such quality as this. It is the bast srer sold at ths price. (New Annex; left aide.) BLACK GOODS. In popular priced black dress fabrics we bars never offered better values than theee, if in deed as rood. 40-Inch Black Ail-Wool Bison Serve. Only 60o. per yard. .18-Inch (called 40) Black All-Wool Foole Serge. Only 60c. per yard. ?KMnch (called 40* Black AU-Wool Croise Serira SoltUv. Only 65c. per yard. At this department-first I cor, rear of new ?na?x-<-** have the strongest light in the store. Ton want the boat light on black goods. DOLLAR 81LK OFFERING. We ahall offer, aa specie! inducements, the following extraordinary values in Black 811k. each aud every quality being a genuine bargain. 20-inch Faille Prancalae SI. 21-inch Ouinets French Silk $1. 20-inch Itoyol Annure Silk SI. 21-inch All-Silk Khadame $1. 20-inch Hatin Duchesse SI. 24-iuch Superior French Surah SI. 21-inch All-Silk Morveilleux $1. 21-inch American Oros Grain SI. (New Annex, rear.) PARIS COMBINATION DRESS PATTERNS. We shall open a superb variety of choice Nov elty Combination Dress Pntterua, In eleven of the richest shading*, and various colorings shown tlds season. Also, fifteen more elegant combinations in the i*>pular Peraian effects. Also, a line of exquisite color combinations in Imported patterns, and Braided Robes, com prising in all the largest assortment aud most elegant patterns ever ahowu in Washington. Prices, #20. $-!2.f?0. $30. $35, <50, $U5 and (75 per dress pattern. (New annex, (rout.) LADIES' " FAST BLACK" HOSE, 2.1c. The result of a fortunate pnrchaae. Not merely stamped "Fast Black," but so guaranteed bv us, and your quarter i>cr pair will be cheerfully re turned if they are not all we claim theiu to be. That claim Is: they will not fade in washing, rub off in wearing, or crock. 100 dozen Ladies' Fast Black Cotton Hose, full regular made, double at heel and toe, French foot, full length and breadth, only 25c. per pair. W We have the Darning Cotton to match our Black Hose at 3c. per ball. LADIES' SILK VESTS. We offer 50 dozen Ladles' Fine Grade Swiv Ribbed Silk Under VesU, low neck and aliort sleeves, neck and arm holes run with nar row all Silk Ribbou. Colors, Cream, Pink, Light Blue, aud Lemon. Ouly 75c. each. This is unquestionably the lowest price ever named for this quality, and as the lot is small we sug gest an early liuitfvtion. (First floor, first annex, roar: the space here* toforn occupied by Black Goods.) RIBBONS. Secured at a sacrifice?Just In time for the "Opening." Beyond a doubt these are the greatest values lu Ribbons ever olUrcd Two apeclsl lots, both at considerably less th?^i regu lar prices. 1?All Pure Silk Moire Ribbons with crown edge. LOT 2?All I'ure Silk Satin and Qroe Grain Ribbon with crown edge. ^ Both lots are shown in all the most desirable new shades for the season of 1888 and 1889, aud marked at the following extraordinary low prices: No. f?, width 1 inch, only 8c. per yard. No. 7, width IK inch, only 10c. per yard. No. J), width 1M inch, only 12Wc. per yard. No. 12, width 2 inch, only 10c. |?er yard No. 10, width 2X inch, only 19c. j>er yard. (First floor: near main door i LADIES'. M18SE8' AND CHILDREN'S WBAP8, CLOAES AND SUITR On Monday we ahall show the season'* latest aud most fashiousble gariusnts in Wra|>s, Jack ets, Cloaks snd Suits, and we believe you will readily admit that our stock of these goods has no equal lu Washington, either In pointof quan tity, quality, attractiveuesa nor reasonableness. We invite your most critical inspection and comparison, aud we are uot saying too much when we say that thero are very few de|wrt nicnts that equal it in the United States. (Third floor.) MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS. These two bargains should iuterest the men. We never offered finer Handkerchiefs for the money. 100 doien Men's Guaranteed All Pure Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs. iu all White, and a very choice lino of attractive fancy borders. Only l'.'Miiv <sell. 100 dozen lleu's Guaranteed All Pttre Linen "Initial" Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, one inch hem. 2!>c. each: $1 50 |*er half-dozen. (First floor. first arch.) TAPESTRY FRINGE. We offer 2,000 yards 3-inch Tapestry Border ing, especially desirable for fringing Table Cov ers, Tidies, Lambrequins, he. Six or seven choice color mixtures. Only 5e. per yard, which Is exactly half price. (Fourth floor.) BRASS CURTAIN CHAINS, 12)<r. 2,000 |airs Brass Curtain Chain*, in differ ent designs. Almost half the usual price. Only 12c. per pair. (Fourth floor.I PLUSH TABLE COVERS 200 Silk Plutb Table Covers, with contrast ing tapestry binler; colors. Giruet, New Blue, Maroon, aud Olive. Only $1.50 each. (Fourth floor.) DIAKNA VKLUUK PORTIERES. We offer elegant Dlsuiia Velnur Portieres, fringed at both ends, wide friu.-e at the top, which falls over, forming a Lambrequin. Plain, $10: Cross-stripes, $19 per pair. VELOCK ART SQUARES. Special?200 Velour Art Squires, in exquis ite Oriental aud Persian Cjlor desigus ruu with gold tinsel Very hindtotne, aud measure 24 by 27 Inches. Only $1.25 each. (Fourth floor.) UNBLEACHED CANTON FLANNEL f?0 Pieces 28-inch Medium-weight, Un bleached, Twiilod Canton Flannel, close, long nap. Ouly 10c. per yard. (Second floor; rear end.) BED-TWILLED FLANNEL We offer 750 Yarvls 27-inrh, All-wool, Scarlet, Twilled Flannel, guaranteed quality, and sold last rail for more luoaey. Only 33c. yer yard. (Second floor.) QUILTS. We shall offer 200 Eleven-quarter White Crochet Quilts at the exceedingly low price iter this siac, 11-4) of 76c. each. (Fourth floor.) EMBROIDERED FLANNELS. 5 Pieces .10-inch Fine Quality, All-w?ol, Silk Embroidered Flannel, Ncallotied-and-dot De dgn, quite deep. Only Ottc. per yard. The beat yalae yet offend at this plica. (Second floor: canter.) FLANNEL-8KIBT PATTERNS. We offer the Old-fashioned H"iiiM|niii Flan nel Skirt Pattern*, la about a doaen different design* aad colore: Warranted All-wool and Ua ihrtakable; yards wide aad 1J, yards long. Only $1.36 per pattern; 26c. lea* than last sea son's price. (Second Soar; heed of stairway.) LAWN APBOXS. 100 doaen telr faallty of White I?wa Aprona, tlcely laundered, deep haw, three tacks, aad Inlshsd with wids striaga. Only ITe. each. MUSLIM GOWNS. \ Another 60 doaen of the 4Sa.Gowna. The kMHn.iMta ? Mid" style, with yoke of clustered tacka. Thi V/ sewiag la atroag aad the -flnteUag la waU doo% andyat the price la o*dy46c. rite *?aal wain lag the WOODWAl? * LOTHBOP, OKUtfc?arsfc.a.v. cva *E III >2 MUM Ul W NN W iw\: a s*\ W W W W KK A A RU hi m n A BIO LIST OF BIO BARGAINS nr STYLE. QUALITY AND PRICES we will com pin our (took with uiy line of MEN'S FURNI8HINO GOODS ?Mown in town, and we know how the cum pariaon will turn out; we only aak of yon TO MAKE THE COMPARISON. DRESS SHIRTS. (Unlaundcrrd > Oar 91 "Famou*" L'tica Nonrenal Shirt (or itte. Our ?1 "Famoua" Plaited Shirt (or 03c. Oar 50c. "Dwfcht Anchor" Shirt for 3Ue. SIGHT SHIRTS. Oar 50c. "Dwijrht Anchor" Niftit Shirt, far 42c. Our 50c. "DwVrbt Anchor" Fancy Trimmed Shirt for 50c. Our 75c. "Dwirht Anchor" Fancy Trimmed Shirt for 0?c. HALF HOSE. 25c. Ptoey Striped and Solid Colon, (faat dye), war ranted, for 10c. a pair; 91.10 a box. 35c. All-woul Caahmere Hoae .'5c a pair. 60c. All-wool Caahmere Hoe* 35c. a pal*. CNDERWKAR. . , 'J Ottr 50c. IMm Underwear for 45e. Our *5c. Merino Underwear for Tie. Our B.V. Scotch Underwear (or 75c. Our 91.50 Lamba' Wool Underwear (or 91. Our 91.75 Scotch Wool Underwear (or 91.25. Our 92 Auatraliau Wool Underwear (or 91 ->0. We haTe one o( the larfeet aaaortmetita of heavy un derwear to be found In town with the prices decidedly the lowest. GENTS' GLOVES. We are *tlliuff a Dogskin GLOVE at 91 that we war rant ; it come* in all deairable and (aahiouable akadaa. a Perfect At alwaya. NECKWEAR. Our 25c. "FOUR-IN-HAND" and TEOKS art the aaiuo that are aold elsewhere at 35c We have them in a laryi- variety of i?itterus. Our 45c. ''FOUR-IN HAND" and TECKb will vpeik (or theniaelvaa. HANDKERCHIEFS, Aa a apecialty, we will take all of our Men'* lOHc Colored llordered Hemitltched HANDKERCHIEFS and offer Uteiu at 7c. each. A A A OO FFF O O FF OOF WW K K OC K K 8 c i\ OO BBB L A CCC K K B B L AA O C HBB L A A B B I. AAA _ BBB LLLL A A CCC K K fH |J I: K kk s*H I t >8 BSS* It LLLL K K "sis8 We have Just put in a line of SII.KS, which we have cloved out from one of the Urxe't importer* iu New York city, aud we can afford to sell them at over 25 per cent lea* than you will have to pay for them elaewhere. BLACK 81LKS. Another special offer in Black Silka. which we have Just closed out from the laryeet importer of Silka in New York. Below we mention only a few apectel numbers. 20-inch Black, all-ailk Rhadame, regular price, 91; our price, 75c. |*r yard. 21-inch Black Surah (warranted all ailk). regular price, 88c.; our price, 75c. 20-inch Black Oroe Grain (wear guaranteed), which would he a bargain at 91.25; our price. 91. lb-iuch Black Faille Francaia. warranted pure ailk and good value at 91.20. our price, 91. 21-inch Black Faille Francaia. warranted all ?>ih and cheap at 91.38; our price, (1.15. 21-ihcb Black Moire, warranted all ailk and actually worth 91.50; our price, 91.25. A better quality at 91.50; actual value. 91.75. (These moire* are of foreign make and are not creaaed in the center.) All ahadea colored Moire* % 1 .50 per yard. CLOAKINGS. We have them in all the new cloth*, in Stripe*, Plaid* and Plalu Gooda, PRICES VERY LOW. 6-4 Heavy Beaver Cloth* in plain colors for cloak* iu ail shade* at 92.50 per yard. C-4 Heavy Denver Cloth* for cloaka, in atripee and plaida, from 91.75 to 92.75 per yard. All colors in Astrachati* for cloak* and for trimming of same at 91.29 per yard. HOUSEFUIiNISHING GOODS. 25 Table Cover*. 4 yard* lomr: atyle. Turkey Red. Navy Blue plaid, regular price, 94; to close at 92.25. 15 piece* 62-inch Cream Table Darnaak, elegant value for ttOu.; our price, 48c. BBB A V V MM MM "? oSS, B B AA UUMMMM" 1^ BBB A A U U M MM M "HS B B AAA U U M M M ,2 _ BBB A A UU M M M W ? n2 7TH. 8TH AND D STREETS. H H A V V RES H H AA V V R HHH AA VV PR H H AAA V V K H H A A V EKE X, J ???? H K sMs KKR *** * YTOOUU 8 " K R NN N yy o o y u 8Sj fr fk jj 5 Y OOtJU ? S K F. N K N T OO UU 8SSS KKS EKK N KK ' THOSE 930 SUITING* AND $5 TROUSERINGS? IF NOT. DO BO. K ff II f?8 o??o I I NNNIIC OOL L N N N II UC OO L L K NN II CCC OO LLLL LI THE THE RECOGNIZED LEADER FASHIONABLE TAILORING ?IT? MODERATE PRICES. 915 AND 617 PENNSYLVANIA ATX. WASHINGTON, D. a ?10-wfes, lit Mr. Paext 1225 PKNNSYLTAN1A AVENUE, iry Piano War* Rooi Wtl at all times he ready to l for Viaitiiw Caul*. Wsddimr Dtoa.EKL.Ete, MAKING IA SPECIALTY. <!u2 'VWWu i h jl cn J*U J f-LJX jr?t ?. '.gi' " # i.t, urnw Sum Booueed o Ma* Ca F ix? Oct. THEM A.EX BOXX THINGS "XO MAX CAM FIXD OUT" WHAT PARTICULAR FLAX WILL BE USED IS THX RETAIL FUXXITURE. Ci.lt PET, AXD STOVE TRADK FIFTY YEARS FROM XOW IS SOMETHING MO HAS CAX PBOPHE8Y. WHAT BOXT OF ADVERTISEMENTS WILL APPEAR. OR HOW THX XXWSPAPERB WILL LOOK FIFTT YEARS hem e, theme SO MAX CAX VENTURE TO PREDICT THESE ARE CONDITIONS DEPENDENT CPON THE CHANGES TIME WORE* AL MOST EVERYTHING CHANGES. BI T NOT EVERYTHING. IT IS VSl'AL TO RAY THAT EVERYTHINO BECOMES ALTEHHD ?? TIME; BI T THAT IBX'T SO. FOR EXAMPLE: IX THEIR RSLATIOXS TO OXX AXOTHXR MEX HAVE ALWAYS BEEX SOMEWHAT COXFIDIXO AND TRCSTIMO. TUB IB THE BASIS OF UNIVERSAL COMMERCIAL IN TERCOURSE IT IB THE EETBTONE OF CREDIT. AND HONESTY OF PURFOSE. INTEGRITY OF CHARACTER. UPRIGHT ? NESS OF CONDUCT, FIDELITY TO ORU GATIoNS THESE IRE THE THINGS T HAT NEVER CHANGE 1TJTY YEARS FROM NOW THESE QUALITIES WILL BE AS IM PORTANT AND ESSENTIAL FACTORS IX HONORABLE BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS AS THEY ARE TO-DAY, OR WERE FIFTY YEARS AGO IF YOU WILL STRIVE AS HARD TO EMU LATE THE UNCHANGEABLE GOODNESS AS YOU DO TO PIERCE THE IMPENETRA BLE FUTURE. WE WILL BE GLAD TO SEE YOU AND TO OPEN AN" ACCOUNT WITH YOU. HOUSE k HERMANN'S CASH AND CREDIT FURNITURE, CARPET AND STOVE HOUSE. ?21 AND ?23 SEVENTH STREET S.W, AND 030 MASS. AVENUE. ocl-2m Look To Your Own Interests And Buy Your Medu iu? of F. 8. WILLIAMS k CO, DRUGGISTS. Under Masonic Temple. Corner Ninth ai.d F Streets Northwest Oar stock of DrutrsX'hemlcala, sihJ Patent Medicines is the Isifcat of >u> Retail Store in the city. You are always sure of retting them pure and fresh, as we ileal directly with the manufacturers and .-an save you Bioiiey, as shown by the following jwrtial list. The best Triple Extracts in bulk 36c. per ounce. QUININE. 1 down 1 -grain Ca|?ulfla V. 1 dozen 2-gram Cspsules 5c. 100 '-'-grain Capsules. 40c I doxen 3-grmln Capsules 7c. 100 3-graiu Ca|>eulea Sic. I doseu 5-grain Capsules. 1%. 100 5-grain Capsules WOc. 100 grains Quinine. Powers k Weightwan 20c. Rod. Reg. Price. Prn-e. Allcock's Porous Plasters 10 15 Ayer's SsrsaparilU ?? 1 00 Ayer's Hair Vigor M <5 Ayer's Carthartic Pills 15 25 Rovi- ine, small 45 SO Bov ue, large 70 100 Bull * Cough Syrup 18 25 Brown's Jamaica Ginger 35 50 Benson's Cm peine Plasters. 13c.. 2 (or 25 25 Cuticura Soap 15 25 Cashmere Bouquet Soap 21 25 Carter's Little Liver Pills 13c., 2 lor H 25 Williams'Little Liver Pills, the best. 10 25 Cuticura Resolvent 75 1 00 Cuticura Ointment 45 50 Carnick's Soluble Food Med 35 50 Csrnick's Soluble Food, large fl# 1 00 Campbell's Arsenic Wafers 34 50 Csmpbell's Arsenic Wafers, large... 09 100 Ely's Cream Balm 35 50 Effervescing Bromo CaSeln 75 100 Fellow's Syrup Hypophosphltss.... HO 150 German Porous Plaster 10 20 Hop Hitters per bottle 6< 1 OO Hos tetter* Bitters 73 1 00 Hood's Saraaparilla 75 1 00 Hereford's Arid Phosphates 35 50 Horsford's Acid Phosphatee Large.. OB 100 HolTs Halt (Tarrant's) 28 35 HolTs Malt (Eieuert) 30 40 Humphrey's Specifics, Xo. 1 to 15. 15 25 Hunyadi Water 25 35 Hanson's Corn Salve t? 15 Iron Bitters per bottle 50 100 Imi>orte4 Bay Rum, Urge bottles.. 20 35 ! Mellin's Food 55 75 NesUe'sMilk Food 38 50 Oriental Tooth Paste 34 50 Pear's Soap per cake 12 20 Packer's Tar Soap 15 25 Tond's Extract 34 AO Piso's Cough Syrup 18 25 Prussian Cough Syrup, the bsst.... 15 25 Parker's Hsir Balsam 35 50 Pierre's Golden Med. Discovery .. (W 1 00 Pierce's Fsvorite Prescription GV 1 00 Pierce's Purgative Pellets 15 25 Poaouui's Powder 35 50 Pure Vaseline, small slae 5 10 Pure Vaseline, large am S 15 Purs Vsaelisc, the largest bottlss.. 15 jj5 Po-.nsde Vaseline 10 20 Scheuck's Pills. 15 25 S. 8. S.. small 67 1 00 S. S. S . large 1 17 1 75 Kanford'a Catarrh Cure 75 1 00 Scott's Emulson Cod Livsr Oil 67 100 Tarrant's Seltaer Aperient 75 1 00 Warner's Ssfe Pills 15 26 *amer'a Eidney and Liver Cure.. 85 1 25 U yeth'e Beef, Wine sad Iron 70 1 00 Williams' Beef, Wine and Iron, fresh SO 1 00 Wlltxir's Cod Liver Oil and Lima... 76 100 Williams' Pliosphatlc Emulsion, the bent, pint bottles. 75 100 Water ol Aiumouia, large bottles... 10 "ZZt Williams' Comp Ssrsspsrllla. 50 Williams' Rose Tooth Powder JfS Williams' Hair Tonic, the bast &0 Williams' Rheumatic Plaster 10 25 Fine Tooth Brushes 10 20 Violet Water, large-Mas bottles. ... 70 1 00 Florida Water, per bottle 3i uo Bouquet Toilet Soap, 3 cake*.. 25 45 0 cakes good Toilet Soap 25 45 3 cakes Pur* Palm OU Hoap......... 25 45 Our Xo. 8 Toilet Col ague, a very superior article' fragrant, refreshing, sad lasting, SI per pint Handollne la unsqualedas a beauttfier of the rom (lesion, an wdeauenaible requisite to ths Ladies' oilet; it renders the skin white, smooth and sol t, and Crvsuts chapping. Every lady Aould use it. Per I tie 2ac. . . ? ltheuujilgia.an Infallible external remedy for Xeu ralgia Headache and Toothache. It ??ver talis to gtv* nmueUute relief in tiie most obstinate csaea. htn it * Ol?K PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT is under the most caretul superrisio*. and is stocked with the pur?st drags sad chemicals from ths most i citable the Pbysicuus to li>st?ct ?Qs Department. All pre acripttons intrusted to oar ssr* will hs satisisitoHly I nSateks/tS "laie^THX TEMPLE DRUG S i ORE, ante Masonic Templs. corner tth sad F sta. oclO F. S. WILLIAMS k OO. Fruit Trees, ? GRAPE VINES. EVERGREENS. SMALL FRUITS. Ac. SHADE TREES, DUTCH BULBS. Imported direct, of finest qoallty EVERYTHING IX THE TREE, I1AXT ( LINES AT JUHX SAUL'S, . S-t?4hjs0t* S217to.o? j WlAT OxTGEX WulDo. , 223 11th st. ?. sl, Washington. DC, Ort. 25.1SSS P.E C?igii?fl Oajgsa (k.Rw*OSna BIS Fsfi. .D.C. 1MI CLOTHING. One W ?d Aaocx fioiT Clohim ? I ? ? ? ? * kf % .-?? thew. xr: ver a nut wires nre buys- wants ?rrj ho carefully u* kr.n ?rr? K? a* now. wuf.% oke cotld rrvr as ginteel and inuu OOOD* FOR THL SAME MONEY. THE HoVUH CHS.MOT GOODS AM THE MOST POPULAR THIS SEASON ? KNAVE these iff La Rot Titiin auki the smooth tkrtj) caesimeres. triootr AND WO! rOR THT ROTS F*OM 10 TO 15 TEAM THE ?'in WITH VESTS AU MCCH WoRH I* OVER<\)ATS -VAPEM" ARE WORN RI* BOVlt OF ALL AGES. WILL BE pleased TO HAVE Tor LOOK AT OCR STOCE. the LARdkfeT AND ntiEtl WU AVXH HAD E R BARNUH R 00. Ml PKKNSYLVAN1A AVE Distanced COMPETITION NOWHERE OAE BALL STAND* l SLdCALLEI?ixD ADONE. . n I fP14 ISELl * r;,.,vl Co?*anww Suita it (10 fftjs *???? STiTia fss^tSS^&n1^ a ualRy Wirt Anvit MmU at ?v*> yuaJltv. NutiTi llii.-l Pnn.e Albert #?,? .. _ wort h 440 Pll>.-et Kriv< CWhluan'a Ijvery <T at *L> l*r cent 1*1. ? olU-r etonw Ih.uMr t?waab?l Ctnuhllla Oua?a ".-I V*3u .< Pf So. rK i l.tii hiiu Donhb- ti\itu at.d \atfio w..rth Slfe rw t?. I- tali I>r.J "UIU\u Dn<ufafe-l>?raet?.l hu k huiia, n._i? ut, ?au?l u> Uk but merchant LiU'i ?urk. tor tUa Uall their price. In Oven>wti ?rr ktw ? tnatrmttcetit ? -i nient iti liirht, in.'.nun ant Im\) wt-Urhu. tarriuc in price* from #."> lor ? ?n>o4. etivii*. ku?ca*l>t-ut Over eoaf W tine. -?l|]l llU*.U Honiara. I'UnchlUa OUe lor t .'.I. Mils uauaily at FOR BOYS 14 to l Hmr? our line of euita an t over c<>ata ia Klmply complete. ami you .?n juat aav?. ,,n. third 111 pricr n\ buy to* ua l or Uiva 4 t,. l;i our line of t.nwiJtlirwtHf ? auiU. ilain aud cai* over coata, ranr>-> frv iu 4- w 4i*. an.I (a 53 |??r cetn belo* all i\>ui|?'tit.>ri He.* !inr of <k|d r?nt< tn the city At uurthlM twlom Uw i-ncoa wl buiiaaa in tl?- .??>. oa*^Tall. u2 Corner 1 (Kb and T ate am Any Dim CAN If AkK ROTH ENDS MF.ET BY TAEINO HIS Tail in ms mucth. WE TARE Offl TALC IN OPR MOl'TH TO SHOW vol' HOW TO MARK BOTH ENDH MEET. OCR TRADE M TRI E. AND IF YOY HEED IT IT WILL ENRICH TOO. BE ECONOMICAL AND TRADE WITH ADLER, And >om will have no trouble In luekiuat botli eu<to ADLER SHORTENS THE PRICES. ADLER sH^rcs THE PROFITS ADLEK SAVES TOY MONEY. OCR TALE IS NOT TWISTED To rait our o*n |>ur|>aaa. Every cuetooier will ear n4?i?tt ear atateuieula and aunwrt our cinuu fur ? ? tieatfuodantjoweat pmea. , fft. CVT OCR TALF. SHORT With tbe lnvftatioua to rverj one to come and be par aonaD}' ocevlnred tbat there la no rutnancliw a itb ???I I f VICTOR E. ADLER'H 10 PER CENT CLUTHINU MOCSE 10 #2" and (fi? 7th at. n.w. Strictly One Price O|<eo Haturdaya till 11 P m. or 30 GENTLEMEN'S GOODS. G. T. Keen ?? I c-r TAILOR, % -*10 1* t ?a ? ? - t QCV am 414 WTH HTKEET. '* * H He De Bara. IMI-ORTER AND TAILOR. Haa tbe honor to luturto yon tbat hia NEW OOaM hmvc Ju?t tmvrd. Mr .BARR |?Mitt>alb- flu all nrmenta i.iad. m to* tutMblimhlu0Ui 1111 HCKKNaVAKU A\T. ? *^17 W RRljiiiflfUMi. V C. JEWELRY, Ac. W EDDIffO OrrTS. HAVE OPENER A Ft XL 8TOCE OF SIL VER PIECES I* HANDSOME CASES. DE SIOVED ESPECIALLY FOR WEDDIBtf *" aim. V A miCY If LEWT8. ? '?+ JWWEUSM ASU UlLYLHUUJTH. oc27 1215 PA Am ? ? to Christmas Clcr, 1868. By Jolulof you get tbe beneflt of < May imytnenu DIAMONDS. WATCHER. CLOCES. OPERR ?LASSES, SV-VLBWARE. AHD jewelry. W. 8. TAPPAff. 004 9TH ST. I. ft Baltimore Ottce?110 N Hoerard at oclO-lm J. H. FI.AN AO AN. HOOKS AND STATIONERY. - ?? ? = ; : ^ ..^W CuactacQca* Text Rooes For Th A$'\ A X1. E ul^RD OF WESTERN CIVILLLaTKA O BRME?RERAt rpHX AMERICAN CYCLOPRDU IN M VOLR-. LEATHER RINDIKO, o. 31 C. C. PTtSOX. Booheeli?. 41S Mh at. n.w FAMIJ.Y SUPPLIES. What Is That Scans. n JOHN H MAORCSSR. 1417 New 1 cmas l; GEO R EI NNEDT R SON. X*? F to. W.R., R. A. ' RMJKMUM&A if