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HI 13 WASHINGTON QUIT 10, SUNDAY, MAKCII 2, 1800.
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WASHINGTON CRITIC
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Address
THE CRITIC,
013 D street,
Washington, D. O,
WASHINGTON, MAKOII2, 1800.
Owino to Tim delay in resuming
possession of Tin: Ciimc nnil Sunday
Capital nt Ibo close of tho past week,
tlic Issue of to day is restricted to four
pnges, instead of its usual Sunday form
of tight pages.
AWKYVAKI dim:mmas.
Among thoso who profess to know it
is generally believed that tho Commit,
ttc on Ways and Means, in its en-
denvors to readjust tarilT taxation in
accordance with tho pledges given by
the Republican party, lias struck a
snag. The occasionally visible ma
jority in tho llouso is encountering dlf
Utilities in legard to tho tariff as em
bairassing, if not precisely of the samo
nature, as thoso which beset tho Dctno
ciats in the days of their domination.
The original programme of the Re
publican lendcis, and, as a conse
quence, that of tho Ways and Means
Committee, was to abolish tho internal
revenue tax on whisky "used in tho
nrts and manufactures," also the to
bacco tax yielding $30,000,000, and to
jut sugar on tho freo list. But to
many Western Republicans tho tobacco
tax seems just, as being a tax upon a
luxury, such as Is embraced under all
Jlscal systems. Accoidingly, thu out
ciy against the total repeal of this ti
lins been very general, nud altogether
tho circumstances aic such as t bring
the committee on this point to grave
consideration and delay.
Tho free whisky scheme having been
pieviously abandoned, nothing in tho
piosramme was left to abolish but tho
sugar duties, the surrender of which
would mean a los3 to tho rovcuti03 of
$50,000,000. To compensate our sugar
producers for their loss of protect! hi,
they were to receive a direct bounty
from tho Treasury. But tho idea of a
bounty does not take well among tho
bugnr-bect raisers of California or tho
sorghum producer, of Knusas. Tho
pl&nteid of Louisiana might receive no
consideration from n Republican Con
gress, but sugar laiscis in Kansas and
California must be regarded,
Tho situation is embarrassing, Freo
whisky will antagonize the moral
masses of the country. Free tobacco
will arouse hostility in tho West. Freo
sugar will be opposed in California and
Kansas. Theso oro tho dilemmas. What
solution will the committee find ?
anotdi:r rack QAuniiisr,.
One of tho queerest race quarrels of
this day of racial troubles is tho con
test coing on In Canada between tho
Anglo-Canadians and tho French-Canadians.
The latter aro in a large major
ity in tho Province of Quebec, tho
Lower Canada of tho school geography
of the middle-aged reader, Tho for
mer hold the Province of Ontario, tho
"Upper Canada of tho middle-aged
reader.
The French-Canadian is just emerg
ing from tho seventeenth century. Ills
language is archaic, beinc a survival of
tho Frencb of two hundred years ago,
and hl3 religion, in spirit and practice,
lias undergone no cbango during that
time. But the man himself is moving
about. Ho no longer lives and dies in
tho parish of his birth, no comes to
the United States to work, earns money,
saves up a little fortune, and returns to
bis native villago on the St. Lawrence
or some of its tributaries to
enjoy it amid the scenes and
friends of his youth. Tho race
itself is harmless and hard-work-in;;.
It has never produced a great
ltcdcr, unless ho bo in tho flesh now.
But thc-IFrcnch-Canadian is having his
fcluggish spirit stirred by contact with
the outside world. It W having some
thing of tho samo effect on him that
the Crusades had on our ancestors. It
is giving him new ideas. Ho is not apt
to remain passive under English con
trol. Ills experience in this country is
making tho idea of independence or
annexation familiar to him. It will
not be surprising to find tho fitst and
most effective movement in this direc
tion spring from tho French-Canadian.
It would bo tHo beulnning of tho end
of the Dominion of Canada.
At a meetino of tho Tammany General
Committee, a body of Democratic leaders
of New York City numbering 1,500, Gen
eral Splnola, one of New York City's Con
gressmen, nominated Mayor Grant for an
other term. That's all right. MayorGraut
la an honest and efllclcut official and a cul
tured and honorable gentleman.
When Judge S.nei.i., In. the Criminal
Court, yesterday had tho misfortune to find
a dilapidated old tllo where he bad deposited
his serviceable derby shortly before, ho had
to congratulate himself that tliero was uo
ono present graceless enough to sing out,
"Whero did you get that hat!"
Uncle Dick Ooi.esuy says ho Is not In
tho contest for Senator Fanvoll's scat. He
cay s that Farwell, Cannon, Henderson, Hltt
and rayson are candidates and that's
enough. Undo Dick's head always was
Jcel.
Ir is denied from Ottawa that Sir
Julian l'aunccfote Is to bo superseded. We
aro glad to hear It, for In this city we have
come to have a fondness for our l'aunce
fote. Mil, Hei.lami's social theories seem to
ho receiving practical illustration la some
instances. A colony established In Oregon
On the co-operative plan is divided into
four departments production, distribu
tion, transportation and education. All
the vunkirs arc pnlil nut of the common
store and rtcilie ttiu same pay. There uro
ninntic thrni titllher rich nor poor. This Is
all virj well while the community Is small.
How will the socialistic plan work when tho
colony Increases lu population and wealth?
It is sni.DOM Til vt a nation watches nt
the bedside of a sick boy unloss that boy
bo of kingly birth. Hut tho American poo
plo wntch, In spirit, by tho bedside of tho
stricken grandson of Abraham Lincoln and
earnestly pray for his recovery. It Is a
trlbuto tlioy owo to tliclr noblest character
slnco Washington uncrowned, yet greater
Minn any king In history.
This mohnino it Is In order to say some
thing nbout "Winter In tho lap of spring,"
but "lingering" la not tho right word this
time, for winter has but just como.
It stskms that nobody Is rcsponslblo for
that Arizona dam disaster. Of course not.
Nobody ever Is rcsponslblo for such dis
asters. "lisEMENTS.
Itauiro nnil Juliet."
Gounod's "lfomco and Juliet" was sung
by the Abbott Opera Company to a good
audience at the National on Saturday after
noon. As Is well known Shakespeare's
tragedy forms tho h.isls upon which tbo
opera Is written.
Tho part of Juliet was suug by Miss Ab
bott, and her graceful rendering of tho
music proved the feature of tbo nf tcrnoou,
The climax of her work was tbo dual num.
bcr of tbo fourth act, as she was about to
swallow tho poison. Mlcbclena as
Jlumcovw In excellent voice, receiving
several encores.
Mr I'ruette's Mcrcutin was admirably
suug, and Messrs. llrodcrlck and Allen
made the most of their parts. Miss Annan
dole, whoso Illness bns seriously Interrupted
her work this week, appeared as Stefano,
and was admired as usual.
Musically and artistically, this last sea
son has been tho most successful which tho
Abbott Company has ever had here, and
tho good esteem In which Its accomplished
mcmbcis havo always been held by our
citizens bas assuredly been confirmed.
Tho engagement was brought to a closo
last evening, when "Tho Mikado" wassung
to a crowded audience. Miss Abbott was
tho Yum Yum.
"Mr. Itnriicft of Now York,"
The New National Thcatro will present
this week what has proven the past throo
weeks In New York city, tho successful
novelty of tho season. According to tho
Ihooklyn Times IJarnes pleases tho multi
tude on account of Its contemporaneity.
Ills counterpart can be picked out or any
audience In America. As a play, it ap
peals to the most hurried consideration; It
does not call for an effort of appreciation.
Its delights aro as Immediate as thoso of
a popular song. In all of these most desir
able cbnracteiistles, it Is but tho novel
reproduced lu dramatic form. Broadly
speaking, there oru two classes of plays,
just nz tliero aro two classes of novels, tbo
amusing and tho instructive. Wo go to
Rider llatrgard and to Charles iloyt very
much as wo pick up a paper-covered book
In a railway train. Miss Emily lllgl was
Ideally good as Marina. There aro few
actresses who could compass tbo rautio re
quired in tho character of Marina I'aola,
and who could invest tbo character with
tbo graco of carriage, aud tho truthful
coloring of confllctlm; emotion that mark
Miss Kiel's work. Itob llllllard was ac hU
best as tbo insouciant Karnes, und for ex
cellent reasons.
il'lio Ilcnrlottn."
Bronson Howard's comedy, "Tho Hen
rietta," which will bo produced at Al
baugh's Grand Opera House to-morrow
evening, ticats of Wall streot men and
their manners In a way which has never
been done before. Ilronson Howard Is,
perhaps, the most prominent of American
dramatists, and this is one of bis most suc
cessful efforts. It Is a satire most brightly
written, possessing a delicate wit, nndhav
ing besides a serious vlow that gives It a
dramatic Interest, which piovcs all tho
more effective. The play Is full of human
interest, and has met with remarkable
success In every city whero It has been pro
duced. Mr, Robson Is at bis best as Bertie,
and his suppoit Is all that can bodesired.
IIooth-MotlJeska.
This will be tho final week of tho Booth
engagement at tho llolliday-Street Theatre,
Baltimore. Tho management Is able to
announce the positive appearance of
Madamo Modjcska, who has fully recovered
from her accident Tho programme se
lected will boas follows: Monday nlsbt,
"Hamlet;" Wednesday night, "Richelieu,"
and Friday night "1ho Merchant of
Vcnlco." In "Hamlet" Mr. Booth will ap
pear as the Dane and Madame Modjoska as
Ophelia; In "Richelieu," Mr. Booth as tho
Cardinal and Madamo Modjcska as Julie;
In "The Merchant of Venice," Mr. Booth
as ShylocKaoC Madame Modjcska as Portia.
Special trains will leave via tho Pennsyl
vania Railroad from Sixth-street depot at 0
p. m. shaip. Scats mav still be seemed at
Miller's bookstore, 530 Fifteenth street.
Illmlley nt tho Itljou.
Miss Florenco J. Bindley will ho at
Harris' Bijou Theatre this week In her now
play, "Dot." The performance Is somc
vthat sensational in tone, but it pos
sesses thrilling interest and Is said to
have tbo decided merit of showing Miss
Bindley to advantage. Miss Blndley's
history is a peculiar one. At tho ago of 2
years sho showed wonderful musical talont,
and afterward mado a world-wide reputa
tion as "Baby Bindley." Sho devoted
much time to study, however, aud pos
sesses thorough musical and artistic cul
ture. Her success In "Dot" has been won
derful. Tbo story holds the Interest of the
audience from bcglnninc to end, and the
company has been commented on In the
highest terms. "In fact, "Dot" evidently
deserves to rank among the successes of tbo
season, and can be counted on to sustain
tbo record of the Bijou for big business
Usual prices and matinees.
l'or the Actors' rami.
On Monday afternoon, March 10, at
Albaugh's Grand Opcra-IIouso will bo
given a performance of "Aunt Jack," tho
popular larco comedy, which has been
having such a phenomenal run In New
York. Mr. A. M. Palmer's entire com
pany from the Madison Sciuaro Thcatro
will como from Now York for the purpose '
of giving a benefit for the Actors' Fund,
A special train has, through tbo courtesy
and liberality of the Pennsylvania Rail
road Company, been furnished, and It will
run through to this city without a single
stop, and, returning, will reach New York
by 8. ,
i.Tho Gondoliers."
Tho Stetson Opera Company In "The
Gondoliers," during tho week, met with a
well-dcsorved success at Lincoln Music
Hall, and every eveulng tho bcautlrul place
was comfortably filled with a refined and
select audience. Night by night tho com
pany have Improved In gracefulness and
the ease of tbo presentation, and the en
gagement hero has proved such a success
that arrangements havo been perfected for
a return engagement. They are assured of
a cordial and enthusiastic reception,
Gus mil at ICermin'a,
Next week Gus Hill's a rcat $25,000 Clial
lenge Speclulty Company will occupy tho
boards of Kernan's Theatre, Tho compauy
Is a favorite with Washlngtonians, and they
bring with them many performers well
known and liked hero. This Is tho fifth
jearlt has been on tbo road, and In theso
days of mushroom cornpanlos tho record is
one which gives tho managers high stand
ing. Among the people aro C, W. Wil
liams, tho world's greatest ventriloquist;
Fisher Bros., the arcallsts; Billy Carter,
who as a banjolst is unequalcd; Chip, a
5-year-old wonder; Nellie Walters, ono of
tbo most versatile of sketch artists; James
Black, the legless dancer, and Qus Hill
himself In Ms $10,000 challenge- club act.
It Is a great company, and Is bound to draw
largo uudlenccs.
Globe Theatre,
Tho coming week's attraction at this
house is tbo well-known Billy Dockstader
and bis company of star special artists. A
carnival of fun Is advertised, and the pa
trons of the Globe may look for a treat.
Tbo usual matinees will bo given. Friday
Is set apart as amateur night, at which time
an interesting programme will bo presented,
HiT.n it, Norici;.
US" TUB WASHINGTON I A1
AVI)
TIM bT COMPANY.
CAPITA! SI.OTOPlO TI'.Mlii'!UYO,nf,B
1101 F stnw. previous to thn orontbm nf
Ilia company's building, corner Ulh and V
jiom'Iy loaned nv cnM.vrnuvt. nd
ON ItKAl, KSTAIH Moll riwurnd lian,
Btmrantrcd bytho rnmniny, for -no In
terest paid (.'nil on or oorrespond with in.
W. 11. HOlllaON. ceo. It. II.WAHXKit lnn.
1)11(11' TOHS.
ClwrlrsJI Bnlloy, Georgo F. Soli ifor,
Jntnrs I, Harbour, 'Ibomas H itncrvlllo,
(.corgoH llnrtol, John A wopn
jficiinru w t,uiy. ). . iwnrmsioir.
noracoc. mmming., iiimcrity w. r.iiooit, i
,T.,1 Durllnati n. (IcnrsnTrnoidcll.
John Joy IMson. 11 11, Warner,
Charles J Faulkner, A A WlNoti,
Albert F. Fox, L. D.Minn,
O, C Orcon, H W Wnmlwanl.
William II. Uurloy, Cha. Henj Wilkinson,
John II, Lamer, A y. Worlhlngtnn.
fc.'7-M
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RI.KCTION OF tltKt:OTOH8-TIIB
nnnunl election for sovon directors
for tho COLUMBIA 1IAILUOA1) COMPANY,
to fcrvo tbo cnsnlnR year, will bo held at tbo
office of tho company. Room No 1, Nation il
Haf o I)opolt Uulfdlnp. New York avo and 11th
st, on TUKHIIAY, MARCH 11, proximo, be
tween tbo hours of I nnd 2 o'clock p m.
Hooks for tho transfer of stook will ulojo
March 8, It. F. HAKKIt, Sosrerary.
fcT-OPt
KCIT V7K. THE UNrtEltBICJNni) CO MUM
i3 nloncrs, hereby plvo notlco tint so
much of tho capital stook of tho Norfolk and
M'aliitiaton steamboat Company 1ms beon
subscribed as I sufficient to Incorporate tbo
subscribers, nnd wo herohy rIvo notlco and
call a general nicotine of the snld subscrib
ers to bo held, at 11 o'clock, on tho 5th day
of March, 1890, nt tho office of Charloi 0,
Dnncanson. Corner of Ninth and D strooti
northwest, Washlncton, 1). O.
CHAH. C. DUNOANSON,
JOHN (1ALLAHAN.
LEVI WOOD11UIIV,
Fcblfld S2vr Commissioners.
crjst'joun ii. clark, john johns, d.
a. Mcknight.
clark, johns x mcknioht,
Attornoys at-Law, 1410 F St., Washington,
I). O.
Prnctlco beforo Committees of ConsroM,
tho Courts and thoRxocutlvo ticpar'monts.
folWis-trao
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S' mado by ono of tho most celebrated
cutters In America T Prlcos samo as thoso
thlrd-rato cuttors thargo. P. T, HALL, 903 F
Stjl VT;
J25TTHE COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK,
lsi' Oil F st. n. w., Washington, D. C.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Capital, $250,000.
B. R. WARNRR, Proldont.
A. T. BIHTTON, Vico-Presldont.
E. 8. PARKER. Cashier
jggpDR.WniTE, CHIROPODIST
Thousands from far and near visit Dr. Vhlte
for rclipf from and nvoldnnoo of corns, bun
Ions, diseased nails and all other foot
troubles. Hours. 8 n. m. to B p. m.; Sun
days. Otoia. Established 1S01. Fee. 1.
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i-3' Mrs. McCaffcrty Is tbo only hat and
bonnet-frame manufacturer In tho city. Call
and seo her now shapes. Bleaohlng nnd
pressing. Straw and felt hats altered to the
latest styles. Ordors promptly attended to.
1003 u street n. w.
ELECTRICITY.- 15 YEARS A Sl'E
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disease, spinal, ovarian and uterine troubles,
paralysis, tumors, sciatica, hysteria, rheuma
tism, neuralgia, chorea, cto. Hairs romovod.
Strictures emed. fatatio electricity through
clothing. Dr. L. S. NICHOLSON. 001 Twelfth
st. n. w.
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T70R SALE-CIIEAF-ICE-CREAM. CON
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MCELROY'S ART STORE,
1003 l'emisjHuilIu Aic. '. IV.
Special Attractions.
Special Inducements.
Owing to tho continued dull season, and
having a large lot of pictures on hand, I offer
to my customers and the public a fine collco
tlon of M'ater Colors, Etchings, Engravings
and Photogravures, nnd to those purchasing
fiom stock I will mako a special discount of
20 Per Cent.
Etchings by Thomas Moran, Hale, Riming,
ton, I'arrUh, Peter Sloran, Kehloclit, Sonat,
Meroler, Wlnslow, Ilomor, aud othors.
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AIbo the Florence leaf, or metal moulding,
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170H PAI.K-
I' DEAt'TirULCOIlNUR RESIDEVOB.
IN HAM1MIMI-ST AN'I MOST CKNT11VL
SECTION OF NORTUM EST WASHING TON.
Will sell nt
iT.rmrr.t) Moitim on rasy terms.
1 ho owner of this boiutlfnl oornor proi
ft
eri(Hiu(r iu mom?, which nns ucon no
at iiKao, imio'lrouiot loaving Washington
at nn carlv (Into and will mako a nmtarlnl
telato from tho actual value of samo to
trompt puribnsor. l'or permit to Impuct,
etc., npply to J. II. WIMElt, 1313 V st.
fogwd,t3
T70U SALE-FINE RESIDENCE. OHGM',
X The owner of tbo fiiicly-hulltnnd Hand
soirolOroom Mono and Ilrlok Homo,
1103 NFW HAMPSHIRE AVE .
has determined to soil nt a llguro which will
mako It a bargain w nn Investment or an In
ducement to myotic Reeking an attractive
l.uirai an a favorlto nvenuo
fc28,Sw,dAS J. H.W1MBR. 1313 F St.
F
IOH SALE.
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ON SIXTEENTH STREET,
No. 1327,
JUST BEING COMPLETED.
SITUATED FOR ENTERTAINING.
550,000 of tho purchase monoy can remain
ten j cars at 0 per cent.
SI. SI. TARKER,
fc37-C0 3t 1119 F streot.
TTOR SALE-AN EXCELLENT DOUBLE
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fered ut n low prlco, and Is unquestionably
tho best purchaso now attainable In that sec
tion: prlco $18,000. II U. RObERTSON, lin
list. foJ7-00
T70R PALE-A BARGAIN IF SOLD AT
1 onco; 2 story anil basement brick homo;
7 rooms nnd bath; all mod'lmps; situated at
No. 4 IS 1 st n w; prlco S 1 300; torms ono third
cash bulauco 1, nnd 3 yoars. Apnlv
to FRANCIS HUFTY. 1301 F st n w. foJ'-tQ
ITIOH SALE-ON N ST, BETWEEN 4TII AND
; Mb sts n w, 0 rooms, bath and collar;
SI.C00.
C st n o, between North Capitol and
Dclawaro avenue; beautiful 2 story and base
ment; a most desirable property; S5,0iW.
I) Bt s e, between 1st nnd 2d sts, 3-story and
basement; a raro chanco to securo a pretty
home; 5 600.
must iiurtuuiu uiw, tl 1 uii st,
fe27-dS,lw
T70R SALE-ON
CONN AVE. A LARGE.
J' commodious.
sunnv bouso. containing
nil mod Imp, In a fnshloDnblo and attractive
neighborhood. B. II. ROBERTSON, 1115 list.
feJ7-90
ITtORSALE-AVERY FINE DOUBLE COR-
ner houso in tho n w, with over B,0M foot
of ground; prlco S 13,000. B. II. ROBERTSON,
1515 II st n w. fe27-9D
I70R SALE-IN ALEXANDRIA. 0 ROOM
' framo house, just finishing; hydrant In
yarn; lot iuxiis; snug nomo; prico, gauu.
ply to ROBERT J. T1IOSIAS, Room No.
Ap-
,013
15th st.
1
7IOR SALE FRAME HOUSE 1)06 IN 25-
foot alley, bet 9th and loth ana a nuu 11
stss w; 7 rooms; hall on both floors; closets
ironiing mo roiomao; is per ceni invest
mont; lot 311 feet front by 0-! deep, 49 feet
from Ctb st. Apply v. IthlrL
JriOR SALE-TnitEE OF THE CHEAPEST
' houses in Washington, 100, 108 and 110
11th st n e; two-story and basement, brown
stono trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; electrli
bells nnd gas: price, $3 500 each, 8500 oisb
balance to suit or trade for good lots.
I" TOR SALE-OR RENT BEAUTIFUL COR
! ner houso; 7 rooms; handsomely pa
Sored; 1000 North Carolina nve. Worth 8V
)0. Will sell at a sncrlflco or rent low.
OWNER, Room 20. 810 F st n w.
I'Olt SALE MISCELT.ilNEOUS.
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one insertion; 50 cents for three.
EOR SALE S7.6C0 BATOPILAS 1ST JIORT
gago Bonds aro offered for salo by
E. B COTTRELL.
No. 1HSN.Y. ave.
FOR FALE-IIORSE AND LANDAU-A
i.tyllsh Gray Horse, ovor 10 hands high;
flno harness nnd not muoh used: Liudau
mado by Joyce; are offered at roisonablo
rntcs on accountot ownor loaing tbo city.
E. B. COTTRELL, 1118 N Y. nvo.
InAVEALOTOFOLD ANTIQUE CHINA,
old brass candlesticks and old farnlturo
two grandfather clocks and a lot of wall
paper; can bo sold In lots to suit tho people
at any prlco. Inqulro at 1721 Pa avo n w.
fcH.Ct
I70R SALE-CHEAP-FINE COUNTER and
shelving, now In No. 712 7th st n w; must
bo sold at once. Apply CJ2 1st uw.
EOR SALE-S75-SPECIAL STAR. 51-INCn,
silent racbot, t nickel, absolutely por
t condition. Address or apply 233 A st s o.
TTIOR SALE-75 SnATtES OF THE "JUD
J? son Pneumatic Hallway Stock." Please
address A, at thl3 office, and mako a cash
offer.
Directory of Lawyers and Law firms,
TTVEAN & HINDMARSCn,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
4C2 Louisiana Avcnuo.
mrl.lmo
pASIPBELL CARRINGTON,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAM',
505 D sti cot northwest,
Washington, D. O.
WobsterLaw Building.
Residence. 1218 n streot northwest.
rpnOMAS St. FIELDS,
JL Attorney nt Law,
Comer 4J nnd D streets nw.,
Washington, D. C,
Telephone 19.
Residence. CC8 Q st. nw. fcJj 90.1m
AG, RIDDLE. HKNRY E. DAVIS.
, RIDDLE & DAVIS.
Attorneys at Law,
Rave removed their offices to tho Fendall
Building, corner Four nnd-half and 1) streets
northwest. teiS 90,1m
-TyEBB & WEBB,
ATTOBNEYS AND COUNSELLORS.
400 Fifth Streot,
Washington, D. C.
William B, Webb.
Honry Randall M'ebb,
John Sidney Webb. fcb27,d&S.tf
TITILLIASI TWOSIBLY,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
M'ashlngton.D. O.
321 Four-and-a-half streot. fe27-d&S,tf
TTTOODBURY WHEELER,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
321 and 323 41 St., Cbauncoy Building, noar
Louisiana are., Washington, I). 0.
Practices In tbo Courts of tho District and of
Prince George's County, Sid. fe87-d&S,tf
T EON TOBHINER,
ATTORNEY-AT-L VW,
322 Four-and-a-half street n,w..nearCIty Hall.
M'ashlngton. P. O. fe27-d&B,tf
TjIDWARD A. NEWMAN,
ATTOnNEY-AT-LAW,
Washington, D. C.
321 Four and-a-half street n, w
foCT-d&S.tf
Ciunuis AninT. Joiik y, WAnNEn.
A BERT & M'ARNER,
Attornoys at-Law, Rooms 0 and 10,
482 Louisiana acnue, Washington, D. C,
I'raotlco In tho Courts of tho DUtrlot,
Court of Claims, Supremo Court of tho
United States and Executive Departments,
fe27-dXBtf
"nOBERT B. L. WHITE,
ATTORNEW-AT-LAW,
482 Louisiana Aeuuo,
V, O. Box 701. Washington, D. O.
fobi7-di-3tf
II. S"
BERLIN,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Room 21.
,472 478 Louisiana Avenuo n, w.,
fe27distf
Washington, D. O.
n r. Phillips. j. a. zachry.
p. F, D. SfcRENNEY.
PHILLIPS, ZACnitY & SIcKENNEY,
Attorneys at Law,
fc27t0 bun Building, Fst.
"J ALTIIEUS JOHNSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
fc27-d&stf 408 Fifth Street.,
OFFICE OF
WOODWARD A LOTIIROP,
Corner 11th nnd Fsts. n. w.
m o havo begun tho spring season's
buslnc-B in earnest. We wero never
so well equipped as at present Eaoh
and cvciy one of our forty-six depart
ments are showing now goods hist
tbo goods you want nnd for loss than
you really oxpoot to pay.
Vn thousand varufl
FIo thousand ynrds of Printed 'SIR
American Challlos In a halt hundred
or moro attractlvo patterns. 7o per yd,
Second floor.
Tho latest designs In Dress Slides
nnd Ruckles aro ready. Thoso sildos'
and Buckles aro used for holding tho
draperies In graceful folds, (lilt and
Silver Slldos, 50o. Black Croobot
Slides, St. Elegant Cut Steel and
Bion7o Slldos, S2 25.
Hookies Innumorablo.Colored Stotal
Buckles, In navy, garnet, old gold,
preen unrl gray, Uo eaoh. Dull Jot
Buckles, 20 and 23o. Gilt nnd Bronzo
Buckles, 37o. Cut Stool Ruckles, S.1o.
bmoked Pearl Buoklos, Mo, Whlto
Pearl Buckles, SOo. Cut-Stool nnd
Gilt Buckles In crescent ehapo, SI. 15
tacli.
First floor, rear.
Wo'vo shown mnnygood Hues of mlssos
nnd ( hlldrcn's Stylish and Becoming
ltecfor Jnokets, but tho lino wo now
havo Is tho best. Tho shades cmbraco
navy, cardinal, tan, green nnd an at
tractive lino of fanoy stripes and
cbcoks. Sires 4 toll years, prlcos,
82.25 to 812.50 each.
Third floor.
An excellent opportunity for lovers
of Flno Towels. Sovcnty-ilvo cents Is
generally supposed to bo a high price
for a towel, but It Isn't when It will
buy such towels ns wo nro now offer
ing nt that prlco. Thoy aro superior
quality puro llnon hnch and damask
towels of extra largo size nnd aro tho
best imported to sell for 75o each.
Second floor.
Wo havo received from our work-
roorrs a now Hi a of partly mado
suits, stylishly mado from tho spring
season's most dcsliahlo fabrics.
PnrlorB, third floor, annex.
A slight drop In tho prico of ready
mado Hemstitched Linen Sheets. No
fault of tho sheets. Worth all wo ovor
asked for them. Thoy aro unlaun
tiered and 81 ynrds wldo by 2 yards
long. Two qualities reduced to S7 and
88.50 per pair.
Second floor.
We bollovo wo havo all tho best of
tho now season's Dress Trimmings.
M'o do not mean that wo ALONE havo
thorn all, as there are other housos
that keep lust as good trimmings
probably. For trimming flno blaos:
silk dressos wo offer Blaok Croohet
Trimmings In tho following widths
and prices: 1 Inch, 81 per yard; 1 Inch,
81.10: 2 Inch, 81.25; 21 Inch, SM5, and
3 Inch, 83.25 per yard.
First floor; rear.
OODWARD
AND
Ki LOTHRO
Cor. lift anl I Sts. I W.
DR. FEKRAUD'S
Tonic Wine of Coca
IS JUST WHAT YOU NEED
If your nerves are all unstrung If you feel
Irritable, cross and fretful If you And It dif
ficult to conccntrato your mind If you aro
discouraged and think Ufa Is not worth liv
ing. It Is much better to uso
THIS SPLENDID TONIC
than to go off and soekto drown theso mis
crablo feelings In "the flowing bowl,"
thereby obtaining only TEMPORARY RE
LIEF, when by using
Dr. Ferraud's Ionic Wine of Coca
VOU TONE UP YOUR SYSTEM AND GIVE
NATURKA CnANCE TOEFFECTA PERMA
NENT CURE.
TnE MEDICAL PROFESSION
Indorso it ns a pleasant and offectivo nerve
tonic and stimulant and prosorlbo It for all
Nervous Troubles, Thin Blood, Malaria, Loss
of Appotlte, Weak Stomaoh, Loss of vigor
and all troubles of this sort "that flesh Is
heir to."
Prepared by
Manufacturing Chomist,
1014 r STREET NOItTIIWEST.
Washington, D. C.
disfob2tf
Big Drop in Harness.
Buggy or Road Harness.
$25 reduced to $18
$IJ0 reduced to $20
$35 reduced to $25
$10 reduced to $30
Carriage or Coupe Harness.
$40 reduced to $30
$50 reduced to $40
$65 reduced to $50
All HandnMade Work.
Trunks and Traveling Satchels of All
Descriptions a Specialty.
Special attention given to tho
Bepalrlng of TRUNKS and
IIABNKb3.
K. KNEESSI & SON,
425 SEVENTH STREET N. W.,
Noxt to Odd-Follows' Hall.
fc23,d&B,Gm
POR SALE!
HOUSES.
H-story nnd basement 10-rootn brick
house; all modern Improvements; sltuato
Second street, between U and D so.
410 1'rlce, $0,000.
S-story frnmohousc,wIthUrc;olot; sltuato
on Blxth street, between 11 and (J so.
277 Price, $3,000.
8-story brick house, contntnlne; 0 rooms
and bath; slzo of lot, lSx'S; sltuato on (J
street sw.
408 Prlco, $0,000.
3-story and hack building brick dwelling,
containing 10 rooms; all modern Impievc
ments; sltuato on corner of Ninth and O
streets sw.
483 Price, $3,000.
2-story brick house, 0 rooms and bath;
situate on I, street, between North Capitol
and First streets nw.
103 Prlco, $2,550.
!)-story htlck house, containing 12 rooms;
all modern Improvements; sltuato No. 021
!; street nw.
428 Price, $10,600.
3-story brick houso, 10 rooms; size of lot,
23x125; sltuato No. 1422 N St. nw.
281 Prico, $10,000.
2-story and basement; brick house, t
looms and bath; sltuato on Now Hampshire
avenue, bet. L and St sts. nw.
409 Price, $0,500.
2-Btory (1-room brick house; sltuato on
Cleveland nvc, bet, 12th and 13th, W and
Boundary.
405 Price, $1,000.
3-story C-room brick house, on Wallach
Place.
481 Prlco, $1,300.
2-Flory 0-room brick house; sltuato on
Wnllach Place.
442 Price, $5,100.
S-storv brick house, containing 11 rooms
and bath; and all modern impiovcmcnts;
situate No. 1220 G st. n. w
450 Price, $15,000.
Improved property on tho north side of
G st., v.ldo front.
441 Price, $35,000.
A largo stablo property In a doslrablo lo
cation; now under lease to good tenant,
pojIneO per cent.
317" Price, $23,000.
494 Framo dwellinc. Grant ave., Slount
Pleasant. Pilce, $7,000.
400 Four alloy houses, containing 4
rooms; each rent for $15 per month. Price,
$0,600.
4S9 8-room frame houso, lot 2075, on L
ut. so. Price, $2,000.
497 2-story and cellar brick houso, 9
rooms and bath; situate on Columbia
Heights. Trice, $10,000.
Houses In Alexandria, Vn,
S-6tory buck dwelling, 13 rooms, with
office annex and largo sldo lots; sltuato on
tor. Duko and St. Asaph sts.; lot 78x89.
55,600.
3-story and back building dwelling, con
taining 13 rooms and bath; lot 70x00; slt
uato No. 014 Prince st.
403 Prlco, $0,500.
3-story anil hack building brick house,
containing !3 rooms; sltuato on southeast
cor. Prlnco and Patrick sts.
453 Price, $3,500.
4-story brick dwelling house, built In tbo
most (substantial manner, containing 30
rooms; slzo of lot 53x113.
301 . Price, $0,500.
2-story nnd back building brick house,
containing 8 rooms, sltuato on Columbus
st,, near Prince.
483 Prlco, $3,100.
498 3-story brick dwelling hou60, con
taining 10 rooms and all modern improve
ments; largo sldo yard; sltuato on cor.
Washington nnd Cameron sts., opposite.
Old Christ Church, Alexandria, Vn. This
is the best situation In Alexandria. Price,
$8,0C0. Terms One-third cash, balance
ono and two years.
nouses nt Falls Church, Va.
A new cottago, sltuato only 5 minutes'
walk from Falls Church stations, W. &0.
It. It., Va., containing 0 rooms, bath, pan
try, and trunk room; slzo of lot, 110x150
feet. Price, $3,100. Terms easy.
ALSO A now cottage, sltuato only 5
minutes' walk from Falls Church station,
W. & O. K. It.. Va., containing, parlor,
dining-room, Kitchen, 4 bed-rooms, bath,
servants' room and attic. Price, $3,500.
Terms easy.
Vacant Ground Kortlicast ami .South-
east.
All of squaro 1004 35c
" " 1003 35o
" " South 1093 35o
" " 1030 80c
11 " 1013 OQc
Half of " 1111 33o
4 lots " 1OS0 30u
C " " 1095 30c
3 " 1084 35c
1 " 1107 20c
5 ' " 1073 35c
1 ' 1027 37Jc
4 " 1005 40c
1 ' 1015 43o
1 ' " 1080 50c
1 1033 50c
3 " 1020 50c
3 " ' 1098 35o
11 ' 1057 COo
3 ' " 813 , 80c
10 " ' 1059 40c
7" " 1003 C31o
AND
WHOLE SQUARES
-IN-
ROSSLYN.
Building Lots In nil sections of tho City.
FRANCIS HUFTY
Real Estate Broker,
1301 r ft trcct, Washington, IK C.
feW-OO
MAI I HIIAItn
Tlic Hi oat I'rnusrlvnni'i Route
To the North, West and Southwest.
Uoublo Trm k. Hplendld hcenory.
Heel Hulls. Muirnineent Kqulpmont.
In effcot .Inimary 1, 1830.
Trnlns liuvo Washington, from station, cor
ner ot Sixth and lifts , n follows:
Ton riTTsnuno and tho Wost, Cldoaao Mm
I led Kxprosof Pullman Vestlbuled C.ws
at 10 no n m dnltv; Fast I Ino, 10.ro nm dully
to I olnmbus nnd Ht I,iul, with SicodIii?
Cars from Pittsburg to Columbus, and
Mccplna Can llnrrUburR to Hlohmond,
Itul.; dally, except Saturday, to Chicago,
with McoptiiB Car Altoona lo Chlcaco. Ht.
I,(iul, Clilcnco and Cincinnati Gxpross, '1 30
n m dallv. I'nrlor Car Waslilnuton to Itur-
rlsburg, nnd HlconlnR Cars Harrlsburs to
M. Louis, (hlcaco and Cincinnati, und
Dlnlnu Car HartlsburR to St. Louis. West
em Kxprcss, at 7.40 pm dnllv, with Hloijplng
Cum Washington to Chicago and St. haul',
cum crung uuuy til. iiarrisourg wun
through Hirppers for l.oulsvllio and Morn
this. I'nclflo Kxpross, 10 00 p m dally for
Pittsburg and tlio West, with through ,
Hcetir to Pittsburg, and Pittsburg to
Chicago
llALTlMtRK AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
FonKANr, CannndalgtiB, Rochester and Nl- .
npnrn Pulls d ally, oxcopt Minduy, B.lOa in. '
Foil V niK. Cannulalgua and t(ochotor dally;
for If tiff hIo nnd Niagara dally, excopt sun
ill y, 10 00 p m. with Slooplng Car Washing
ton tolloohcstir.
Ton WiniAjisi'oiiT, Lock Haven and Elralra,
at 10.W a m dally, except Sunday.
Ton WiLUAMsroier, dally, 3.B0 p m.
FOR I'HILADELPIIIA, NEW YORK AND
THE BAST,
7.C0. 0.C0. 11.00 nnd 11.-I0 am, 2.10, 3.S0, 4.10,
10.00 and 11.70 pm. On Sunday, 9 00, 11.40
n m, 2 10. 3.W, 4.10, 10.00 and 11 20 p m. Lim
ited Express of Pullman I'arlor Cars, 0.10
a m dally, except fcunday, aud 1.00 p m
dally, with Dining Car.
FOR PHILADELPHIA ONLY.
Fast Exrnsss 8.10 a m week days, and 8.10
p m iinlly. Accom. 0 00 p m ualty.
Ton Boston, without chango, 3 20 p in ovory
day.
Fon llnooKLYii, N. Y , all through trains con
nect nt Jorsoy City with boats of flrooklvn
Annox, nffor ling dlroot transfer to Fulton
street avoiding double ferriages ncross
New York cltv.
Fon Atlantic City, 1140 a m week- days,
1120 pm dally.
Foil Ralthioiii!, 0 35,7.20. B.10, 0.00, 0.40, 10.5D.
11 00. nnd 11 40 a m, U 05, 2.10, 3.20, 3.30.4.00,
4.10, 4.20, 4 40. 0.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10 00, and 11.2)
li.m. On Sundny, 0.00, fi 03, lo.no, 11.40 a m,
2.10, 8.20, 3.80, 4.00, 4.10, 0 00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00
nnd 11.20 pm.
Ton Pom's Oitr.EK Link, 7.20 a m and 1,40 p m
dally, except t-undny.
Fon ANNArous, 7.20, 9 00 a m. 12 05 and 1.20 p
m dally, oxcopt Sunday. Sundays, 9.05
a m, 4,10 pm.
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG
RAILWAY A1D ALEXANDRIA AND
WASHINGTON RAILWAY.
In ErFjrr FtnnUAnY 23d, 1800.
Fon AtEXAMiniA 1.S0, 0.35, 745. 8.10, 8.43,
10.57 u m, 12.01 noon 205, 4.85,4.55,0 01,
8.1 2, 10 05 nnd 11.37 p m. On Sunday at 4.30,
7.45, 0.45, 10.57 a m, 2 30, 0.01, 8.02 and 10.05
pm.
Accommodation r-on Q.tfANTtco-7.45am and
4 55 p m week-days. 7.55 a m Sundays.
Fen Richmond and tho Soutli-4.S0, 10.57 am
und 1.15 p m dully. Accommodation 4.55 p
m week-days.
TnAiNs leave Alexandria for Washington
0.05, 7.05, 8 00, 0.10. 10 15, 11 07 a m, 1.2,1, 3 00,
3.15, 5.10, 7.05. 9 20, 10 32 and 11.05 p m. On
Sunday at 9 10 and 11.07 a m, 2.03, 3.15, 5.10,
7.(5, 9.-.0 nnd 10 Si p m.
Tickets and information nt tbo office,
northenst corner of Thirteenth street and
Pennsylvania avenue, and at tho station,
whero orders con bo left for tho cheoklngof
baggago to destination from hotels and resi
dences. J. It. WOOD,
General Pasengcr Agent.
CnARLES E. riKHI. General Managor.
ISnltimoro & Ohio Railroad.
Schedulo In effect Deo 29, 18f9.
Leavo Washington from Station corner of
Now Jersoy uvenuo and C street.
Fon CnicAoo und Northwest, Vestlbuled
Limited express dally 11:20 am, express 0;,J0
pm.
Fon Cincinnati. St. Louis and Indianapo
lis, expreis dally, 3:10 nnd 11:10 pm.
Fon PiTTfcnuiio and Clovoland, Vestlbuled
Limited express daily 11:0 am and expiess
8:40 p m.
Fon Lexinoton and Local Stations, tlOSO
nm.
Fon WiNcmsTEn and Way Stations, t5.S0
p.m.
Fon Luiuy, 8:40 p m.
Fon Haltimohe, week days, 4 00, 500, 0.40,
7.20, 8.30,0 20, 9.45 (11.00, 12 00, 45 minutes),
am, 12.10, 2 00, 2.30(45 minutes), 3.15 (45-mlu-Utcs).
3 25, 4.25,4 30,4.35, 5 30,0.20,7.10,7.45,
9.00, 10.30 nnd 11.80 p m. Sundays, 4 00, 7,20,
8.30, 9 20, 9.45 a m, 12 00 US-minutes). 1.15,
2.00, 2.30 (45-mlnntcs), 3.25. 4.25,4.33, 6.20,7.10,
t.tu, v w, lu.ou ituu ii,au i iu.
Fon Wat Stations betwoon Washington
nnd Daltlmoro, 5 00, 0.40, 8.30, a m, 12.10, 3.25,
4.35, 0 20, 11.80 p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m, 1.15,
3 25, 4 85, 0.20, 1180 pm.
Tdains leavo Baltimore for Washington,
week days, 5.10, 0.20, C.30, 7.20, 7.45, 8 00, 8.30,
0.15 and 10.15 am: 12.ro, 12.15, 1.50,2.10,300,
4.10,4.15, 5,00, 6.00, 6.20, 7.10, 7.30, 8.30,8 33,
10.20, 10.25 and 11 p. m. Sundays 0.80, 7.45, 8.30,
9.15. 10.15 a m; 12 00, 12 50, 1.50, 2.10, 4.15,
5.00, 6 20, 7.10, 7.30. 8.30. 8.85, 10.20, 10.23 and
UOOp m.
Fon ANNArous, 0.40 a m, 12.10, 4 25p m.
On Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4.35 p m. Leave An
napolis 0.40, am. 12.05, 3.50 p m. Sundays,
8.37 am,4.00pm.
Fon Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch,
t6. 45, 510.30a m, 1.10 pm for prinolpal sta
tions only; tl0.30 a m, t4.30 and 5.30 p m. '
Ton Rockvilu! and way stations, tl.83 p m.
ron GAiTnunsnuno and Intermediate points,
9 CO a m, tl CO, 5.35, tll.35 p m.
Fon Botd's and intermediate stations, t7.oa
pm. 10.00 pm.
Cnuncn thain leaves Washington on Sun
day at 1.10pm, stopping at all stations on
Metropolitan llrancn.
Foil FnEDKiucit. 10.45. 11.30 a m, t3.10, tl.30
pm. Sundays, 1.10pm.
Fon IlAo&nsTowN, til. 20 a. m. and t5.30
p. m.
Tkains arrive from Chicago dally 11.45 a m
ond 4.05 p m; from Cincinnati and St. Louis
dally 3.45 a m and 1.50 pm; from Pittsburg
7.10 am, 6 50 pm dally.
NKW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DI
VISION. Fon New Yonrc, Trenton, Newnrk. and
Elizabeth, N. J., 4.00, t8.00, 9.20, 12.00 a m,
2.so, 4.eo nnd M0.30 p m. Buffet Parlor
Cars on all day trains. Sleeping Car on the
10.30 p m, open at 9.00 p m.
Fon I'HiLADEtrniA, Newark, Wilmington
and Chester. 4.00. t8,00, O 20, 12.00 a m,
2.20, 4.20, 7.10 and 10.30 pm.
Fon iNTEnMEDiATE toints botweon Balti
more and Philadelphia, t5.00 and 7.20 a m,
12.00, T3.15 p m.
Tiuins leave New York for Washington.
8.0,tll.ooa m, .CO, S, 5.00 p m and
12.15 night.
Trains leave Philadelphia for Washington,
4.40, B.IS, 11.10am,tl.S5, N.40, 6.05. 7.40
pm.
Fon Atlantic Citt, 100 am and 12.00 m.
Sundays, 4 00 a m and 12 00 noon.
t Except Sunday. Daily. Sundayonly.
Baggage called for and chocked from ho
tels und residences by Union Transfer Co. on
orders left at ticket offices, 019 and 1351 Fa.
avo. and at Depot.
J. T. ODELL, CnAS. O. SCULL,
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't.
Chesapeake and Ohio Route.
Schcdulo In effect March 2, 1S90.
Trains leavo Union Depot, Sixth and B
streets. 10.57 n m for Newport Nows. Old
Point Comfort nnd Norfolk dally. Pullman
Buffet Parlor Cars to Old Point Comfort
dally oxcopt Sundays. Anrlvoin Old Point
at 6:10pm, and Norfolk at 0:40 pm.
11:24 a m Cincinnati Express, dally, for
stations In Virginia, West Virginia, Koatucky
and Cincinnati. Vestibule sleepers through
without chango to Cincinnati, arrh Ing at 7:35
a m.
ll:25.pm-'F. F.V. Vestibule Llmltod, dally,
solid trains with dining cars run throuttn
without chango to Cincinnati. Vostlbuie
blcepor for Lexington and Louisville Pull
man cars aro open to rccolvo passengers at
9.C0 p. m.
Ofilco, 513 Pennsylvania avenuo.
II. W. FULLER, Gen. Pass. Agent.
& CO,
Printers,
1107 11 Street Xortlivtcat.
Tho Oldest Established Printing House in
Washington.
FACILITIES FOR OENERAL JOB IWORK
UNSURPASSED BY ANY nOUSE
IN THE CITY.
A Special Lino of tho Latest Novelties In
Wedding Caids and Invitation Dauco Pro
grammes, etc., with Envolopos to Match,
just receded.
1.KGAI. WOIIIC A sruoiAivrY,
And Every Kind of Book Printing Promptly
Executed and at Lowost Ratest
TELEPHONE CALL, 66J-2. fe23-d&slm
UNDUrcTAKEIl.
T WILLIAM LEE
(Successor to Henry Loo's Sons),
-xjisraDEi ktakhr-
B32 PSNN. AVENUE N. W.,
South Sldo.
Branch office. 408 Marvhuid ave. s. v.
AMI'SI Ml NT.
"M KW MIMNU.THRrilK, THIS WKBK
1 Kviiyevotiinu Wnd nnd-Ut. MaU
AllCIHIIALl) I'l.WRittNl HUNTER' J
droit Drama.
MR.
BARNES
OF
NEW YORK.
Under tho Management of
FRANK W. SANOKft,
1 Presented with the orlizlnn! cast and scenlo
envlrontntnt.
j Vnroh 10,
THKOHKAT I'ERRMAVN.
A LBAUGH'.S GRAND Ol'KKA HOUSE.
LAST WEEK. I, VST WEEK
Commencing Monday, March 3.
SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY,
Of tho Comedian Mr.
STUART R0BS0N
AND COMPANY OFPLAYERS,
Under direction nf Mr. W H Hnydon, pre
scntlng Bronson Howard's gioatest buoojss,
called
The Henrietta.
Mr. IIOBSON.... as.... BERTIE, THE LAMB.
Noxt Week,
RHEA In ".IOSBPIIINB."
EEMARKAI1LE
MATINEE PERFORJIANCE
In Aid of tho
ACTORS' FUND
OP AMERICA,
To bo gh on at
ALBAUGH'S GnAND OPERA-HOUSE,
Wasiiuotow,
MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1830,
Commencing nt 1 p. m. precisely.
Mr. A. il. Palmer boffi If-aro to annonnnn
I that through thn courtesy and liberality of
iuo 1 eiiusyivuiuii nu'iruuu voinpanT lie lias
been enabled to arrango, conjointly with
Mr. J. W. Albaugh, proprietor of tho Grand
Opcra-Uouso, Washington, to present at that,
thentio n spncial aitcrnoun performance of
tbo popular three act farce comedy,
HUNTJHCK
WITH THE SAME CAST OF rilARACTEIU
AS WILL APPEAR AT THE MADI
SON SQUARE THEATRE. NSW
YORK, ON THE EVENING
OK THAT DAY.
Mr. Palmer's company, consisting of
Mrs. Agnes Booth, Mr J. II Stoddart,
Muudu Harrison, Frederick Robinson,
Eugenie Tabor, 13 M Holland,
Edward Boll, Louis Nason,
Charles Butler, Harry Holllday,
II.Mlllward, E Emmons
and tho
ETIE JURY,
Will leave Now York Mondar. Maroli 10, at
7:80 on a special train luriilsliod to tho 10 1
Olt'S FUND freo of charge In tho Panrnvi
vanla Rallinad Comrnnv. Ill's tr.ilti li In
tended to bo run to Washington with ia' 1
single stop and 10 mako oxprons sticu I ite
turnip?, the eo-rpnny will lenvo Washlnirto 1
immediately after thn performai.ee, about 1:1 J
p. mand 1 each New York at 8 o'clock.
laugh's Holllday Street Tbire,
B LTIMORB.
Edwin Booth.
Helena Modjeska.
NOTICE Madamo Modjeska having fully
recoveied from her indisposition, will posi
tively nppoar at an tho performances.
SPECIAL WASHINGTON NIGHTS.
MONDAY MVRCH3,
MAjii.irr.
Mr. Booth as II AMI.I! I'. Mmo. Modjeska as
I'PIIELIA.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5,
xticiii:i.ii:u.
Mr. Booth as RICHELIEU. Mme. Modjeska
.IUIIB.
FRIDAY'. MARCH 7.
MKIU'JIAAT Ol' VKNM'E.
Mr. Booth as SUYLOfK. Mme. Modjeska as
PORTIA.
Orchestra. S2; balcony, 81.50; Including
transportation.
Special Trains will leavo Sixth
street Dopot via Pnnna. 11. R. at 6 p.m., re
turning after performance from Calvert Sta
tion, l'cnna. It. It.
Scats on sale from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. dally
at ROBERT V. MILLER'S BOOK STORE,
539 Fifteenth street.
ARRIS' BIJOU THEATRE.
WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY,
MARCH 8.
MISS TLORENCE BINDLEY-,
Assisted by Mrs. Emma Frank's Capable
Company, presenting tho Great Sen
sational Comedy-Drama,
DOT;
Or, tho Avnnger's Oath.
Next Week
DANIEL SULLY.
"PIRENCH PLAY
"LE RETOUR DU JATON,"
Given by Students of
TnE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES,
Monday, March 3, at 8 P. M.,
At 1013 Penna. Avo., (Mr. Hoiton's Studio).
Free to students and their friends; all others
60 cents.
GRAND FAIR AND BAZAR,
Under tho Ausplcos of
COLUMBIA DIVISION. Nn.3. U. It. KNIGHTS
OF PYTHIAS,
At Mnsonlo Templo, Oth and F sts. n. w..
Commenting February 17. ending March 1.
Season tickets, 50c; single udmlssion, UM.
Every season lloket entitles tho holder to
a vote In tho disposal of a horse, buggy and
harness. felBd&S.iat
KERNAN'S NEW WASHINGTON TIIEA
tre. Eleventh St.. south of Pa. ave,
Ladlos' Matinees Tuosday, Thursday and
Saturday
Week Commencing Monday, Maroh 3.
GDS
HILL'S
WORLD
of
HOVELTIES.
C.W. WILLIAMS,
FISnER BROS..
BILLY CARTER,
SWIFT & CHASE,
cnii.
HARRIS &WALTE 113,
J. E. BLACK,
McBninn & Goonnicii,
I'ERRUNa.
GUS HILL.
GLOBE THEATRE PA. AVE.NEAR UTH
St. Monday, March 3, aud during tho
wook,
DOCKSTADER'S
CARNIVAL OF FUN.
Matinees Monday, Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday. AdmUslon at night, 10. 20, 30 and
6Qo. Matinees. 10. 20 and SOo.
Edison's Wonderful Talking Machine
ON EXHIBITION AT
GEO. W. DRIVER'S,
COS PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Day and evening. In marvelous reproductions
of full brass band overtures, cornot, banjo,
whistling nnd vocal solos. Patrons and tho
pnlillo are Invited to heur tbls tlio greatest
Invention of the ago. fall,d&S,!m
EDUCATIONAL.
THE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES,
723 11th St. 11 w.
810 a term. Trial lesions tieo. Send for
chcular.
Branches In Now York, Boston, Brooklyn,
rhicago, 1'hlludelphla, LouHvllie, Paris,
Fiance; Beilln nnd Dresden, Germany,
rpilE NORWOOD INSTITUTE.
Jittiuctfiom a mi lr( Ittleit
"In reply to your request for my advlco as
to a good school for your daughter, I can
with confidence recommend Mr. ud Mrs
Cabell' Norwood Institute, In Waihlinttnii,
D. ('. Tho standard of scholarship tliero U
high, tho Instruction thorough und tholutlu
ences good. L. Q O. Lamar,
Jurtlco U. S. Supremo Court "
The school opens Sopt.30, uuS-d&stt
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