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rilE WASHINGTON 01UTI0, BATtTBDAY EVENING, MAT? 3, 18U0.
WASHINGTON CRITIC
EiiERV BUBNINO
BT THE
WASUINGTON OlttTIO COUl'ANY.
IIALLET KILROUHN, PitESiDENT.
943 D STREET NORTHWEST,
WASHINGTON, P.O.
TERmToK SUBSC1HPTI0N."
By roalt (postage prepaid), 1 year $3 00
" " " 1 month 50
Carriers In tlio city, lmonth 35
Address
THE CRITIC,
W3 D Strcot,
Washington, D. 0
WASHINGTON. MAY i), 1800.
liisMAUCK svaausTS Hint there nio
Xv, a tides to tlio labor question. lie
fenrs Hint llio ctTcct of tho eight-hour
imitation and of tho discussion of the
wngo question may discourngo em
ployers to such nn extent tlmt tlioy will
abandon the struggles Into which they
havo been lately foiccd. This is a
view of the subject well worthy of tho
consideration of tho general public,
and especially of tho labor leaders. Of
coiusc, It Is not to bo presumed that
business will bo generally abandoned
by employers. At the same time, It is
proper to keep in mind tho fact that
capitalists may seek some employment
for their money which will not subject
them to these frequent labor fights.
Senator Mitchell's motion for tho
election of Scnntors directly by tho peo
ple will probably win three or four
votes In the Senate, and, it may be,
fifteen or twenty in tho House. Tho
country Is not linnkerinir, after saddling
itself with additional responsibilities.
jcal'zcs that that Is tho busintss oj
tho Government, and when tho Gov
ernment fails in dealing justly with its
charge in this respect then tho country
gets in its fine work, vigorously ener
gizes tbo too of its boot and hoists an
other paity into power. This may not
be the best conceivable method of Rep
lcsentativo Government, but It is tho
best which wo have on hand at pres
ent. There nn fcOME surprisingly tender
consciences among members of Con
ciess. For Instance, Mr. Savers of
Texas and Mr. Bland of Missouri have
covered into tho Tieasury tho money
due them from tho Silcott defalcation
and which the Court of Claims held tbo
Government should refuud to them. It
is understood that thcie aic some other
Congressmen who propose to punuu
tho fumo course. Yet tho tender-con-scienccd
gentlemen named did nothesi
tato yesterday to voto In favor of steal
ing tho Htciary property of aliens,
Yerily, some consciences work quecily.
A Milwaukee woman was com
pelled at a recent fire to jump from a
thlruVstoTy"' window witU her babe in
cr arms. There must urtvc been some
thing wrong about tho woman, tho
babe or tho iiro-cscape. To decido tho
point requires further information.
It seems that the Chinese Exclusion
act docs not cxcludo Chinamen from
entering into tho United States and
going into business in their usual In
dustrious'manncr. Thoy come by way
of Canada and Mexico and will con
tinue to come regardless of restrictions.
Chinamen are built that way.
. ,
McitAT IIalstead, accused of oppos
ing the re-election of Senator Evarts,
says ho is an admirer of Mr. Evarts'
serenity, and everybody is puzzled.
Tho peculiar hearing of tbo remark is
evidently in tho application of it.
None op tiie workingmen who pa
raded yesterday in Ilydo Park, London,
displayed n red flag. This was in ex
cellent taste. They boro whito flags,
and we suppose a similar programmo
was followed at Berlin and Vienna.
Op tiie immigrants to this country
tnorc Italians go back to their native
land than those ot any other nationality.
They como In tho early spring, work
through tho summer and fall 'and go
tack to their picturesque villages among
tho hills without thought of tbo trustful
maiden left behind and the natural con
sequences. A Norwegian statistician says mar
Tiage increases tho death-rato amomr
women and decreases it among men.
This is a new vlow of tho matter,
n rulo a contrary opinion has pre
vailed. It has been supposol that
women fared well In marriage and that
men were slowly but surely killed out
right. The Brunswick (Mo.) Telegraph
gives an instanco of tho ruling passion
strong in death. Tho spiro of the
Main Street Baptist Church fell re
cently. Instead of falling to tho ground,
as was expected, the spiro went Into the
cistern, and tho joke passed very readily
around; "Baptist to tho last."
naturally wants to know how they can
be explained. Under somo circum
stances the policy of silence is of great
value. But where personal character
and action bio properly, directly and
conspicuously in question, tho policy
which mokes sllenco golden would
seem at this time to issue its currency
to tbu world In a much baser metal.
Georoe Kknnan. who has been ac
cused of exaggerating stories of Siberian
ntrocllles, said last Wednesday at Phila
delphia that ho would meet tho charges
made against him at tho Prison Con
tjress to be held by and by at St. Peters
burg, if tho Russian government would
allow hint to call tho necessary wit
nesses. The proposition seems fair, and
tho co'l Is now on the Russian author
ties.
I.
lUrjD transit is becoming tho burn
ing question of our larger cities. So
far as Washington Is concerned, this
fact Is duly recognized iu tho multt
pllcity of bills, which Congross has
under consideration, for tho transpor
tation of tho crowds of Ibis city from
one point to another. All tho Improve
ments and appliances known to sclenco
havo been called Into requisition, and
not cable Tonds alone, but electric
roads of all kinds ns well aro to bo
pressed Into service. A now force,
known as compressed nlr, Is likely to
tako a leading placo as a motlvo power.
"While, therefore, tho problem of rapid
transit in our cities Is nn Important ono,
It is not likely to lack speedy and satis
factory solution.
Loud Randolph Churchill will
not bo extinguished. His cncmlo.s aro
anx'ous to accomplish tho job, but ho
objects. Tho Tory parly has, on moio
than ono occasion, tried to road him
out. But ho comes up sinillnir, every
time. Mr. Gosehen's budget speech
startled nil tho English speaking woild
in regard to tho extent of English drink
inc. And nil at onco Lord Randolph
goes cheerfully to tho front with his
bill to check drunkenness In England
by high license and local option,
Ejoliph DttioMUiT in tho Trans
nal will piobably bo nllajcd by tho
completion bf tho Delngoa Hiy Hall,
load. Transportation of supplies and
innchlneiy from the coast has been slow
and expensive. Tho opening of tho
railroad to tiafllc will stimulate Immi
gration and will aid in tho development
of a rich mincial terrltoiy.
HfT it is Tiin salient fcaturo or Mr
Heed's statesmanship that his views ot na
tional policy nml even of constitutional
questions are shaped by his estlmato of tho
party advantage l'tttsbury Dliputch.
"Will tho Dispatch kindly nnmo some
mon in active public life now, oi in the
post, whoso "views of national policy
and even of constitutional questions"
aio not "shaped by his estlmato of tho
parti' advantage?" Even Thomas .Tef
ferfon, strict constitutionalist that ho
was, as President, stielched tho Con
stitution until It ciackcd whenever
"his estlmato of the parly advantago"
required It to bo done.
WASHINGTON IN 1800.
The Jfnllonsil Capital Possesses Attrac
tions Superior to Any Otlior City on
tlio Ainoilcjiu Continent.
Washington, the District of Columbia,
as the Nation's Capital, Is tho prldo of tho
country.
It Is the most cosmopolitan city in tho
country.
It lias 2no,000 population and is rapidly
mo lng onw arrt.
It has tho best-paved broad avenues ind
streets and the most dilapidated sidewalks
ot any largo city in tlio laud.
It lias moro lnngnlllccnt mtural suburb in
rcenerj and sunouudlngs than any capital
city on tlio globe.
It contains tho largest and finest public
buildings in the w orld.
It is the most nttrnctho city foi resi
dents, sojourners and isltors on thecou
tlnent. It has the most Intelligent population In
tbo aggregate of any ctt in tlio Union.
It is rapidly becoming tho national ccntro
ot science, nit and literature, ns It is
ahead tlio political and social centre of tho
United States.
It is one of tho hc.ilth.lc3t localities intho
country, anil, when tlio l'otomac llatlm
proAcmeits nro completed and tho river
front put in pioper order, will bo tho best
sanunry city oi tuo lanu.
It presents tbo best Inducements for In
vestment in property, ns its prosperity,
grow th and grandeur nro assured by thp
entire nation.
It is lapidly becoming a lesldcnco ot
?eoplo ot wealth, refinement and culturo
iom all narts ot oui countiv.
It has broader ucnues, larccr jmbllc
grounds and reservations and moro 'parks,
circles, triangles, open spaces and miles ot
thrifty shnilo trees in pioportion to its aiea
tlinn any other citv in tho world.
It has tho best futuro prospects of any
city in America.
In short, cerj thing that pertains to tho
f;reattiess and advancement ot tho Nation
ncreases tho Government business to bo
tinnsneted nt Washington; and whtlo other
cities havo spei tal local avenues of trade,
commerce and general business, tho wholo
country pas trlbutoto tho progress and
prosperity ot its National Capital.
Tho rato ot taxation in Washington is
established by net of Congress and is lower
than hi any other city on tho continent. It
is fixed at onlv one dollar and and a-half on
each ono hundred dollurs of assessed value.
Tho Congress of tho United States appro
priates early an amount equal to tho sum
pajd In tuxes by property-holders for local
improemcnt8 and tho administration of
municipal affairs of tho District.
In other words, the National Government
pays one-half ot tho amount annually ex
pended in conducting tho local affairs of
tho Capital City anil in promoting its futuro
progress and de elopmcnt. No other com
munity in tho world has such resources be
hind it, or Is backed by such an lndorser.
Washington has tho best public school
Estcm In tho world, and coutains tho most
commodious and convcnlcntly-arrauged
public school buildings.
:t also has a largo number of tho best pri
vato educational institutions in America.
As the scat of tho Government of tho
Untteu States its prosperity; nnd futuro
greatness are assured by tho glow th and de
velopment oi nio nation at lurco.
Tlio departments, Institutions, asylums,
bureaus, museums, commissions, oillcos and
boards of tho Government now established
hero are being conetantly increased by tha
rapid crowth of tho nation's interests In tho
w ondcrtul progress and development of tho
resources of tho Kepubllc.
Its government Is entirely national In Its
charaetei, being under tho cvclusivo juris
diction and coutiol of tho Congress of tho
United States as trustee for tho people ot
tho entire nation.
It Is the only neutral district in tho Union1"
and bcloucs alike to tho pcoplo ot tho
wholo country regardless of section, poli
tics, religion or any ot tho peculiarities or
isms that to a more or less extent shape tho
sentiment of all other localities In tho country-.
It is tho favorlto placo in tho United
States for holding conventions, anniversa
ries and public gatherings of tho various
societies and organizations oxlstiugthrough
out tho country.
It Is tho domicile of tho professional
lobhjht nnd tho experimental ground for
tho ii esh Congressional reform Investiga
tor. Citizens from all sections can asscmblo
here without exciting jealousies, us this Dis
trict is tho common heritage of tho (10,000,
000 Inhabitants of the Kqiubllc.
Its resident population is among tbo fore
most in tho land iu ull tho attributes char
acteristic of an enlightened Christian com
munity. 'f hero Is moro Individuality of opinion
and less restraint on tho freedom of per
sonal action than In any other city.
In Its vast icsourccs of hotols and restau
rants, boarding-houses and lodging-rooms,
It can entertain, absorb and comfortably
provldo for a larger gathering of people
than any other city thruo times Its slzel n
America.
its oroad, smooth thoroughfares present
tho most attractive lines of march for mili
tary or civic processions ot any city ou tho
continent.
it has tho largest and best supply ot
stllsh carriages, cabs, hansoms, heidics,
pbatous, etc., with pollto drivers, nlwasln
readiness, and at lower rates of faro than lu
any other city in America.
It is tho headquarters of tho Army and
Navy, and tho doinlcllo of a great many
of tho officers and their families.
In tho winter season It Is tho great society
rcntro of tho country.
It has tho most agreoablo winter climate
of any city in the laud.
It has moro churches and places of
worship and a laiger number of church
goers in proportion to population than any
other city in tho land.
It has tho most orderly and law-abiding
community, with fewer disturbances of tho
public pcaco of any city of Its slzo on either
continent.
Jt is tho paradise for children on roller
skates and joung ladles on bicycles.
Its parks and pluces aro ornamented with
statuary in excess of any other city.
It coutalus upwards of 75,WQ shade trees
making Washington resemble a grand park,
Interspersed with tho most mncnlJlccnt pub
lie 1 millings In the world, hamlsomoprlvalo
edifices, monuments, statuary, etc.
As the capital ot n vast nation, cosmopol
itan life exists here, as In the capitals ot tho
Old World.
ti Is tho most nttrnctlvo city on tho
Western Hemisphere for American visitors
and foreign sojourners, as it combines
more objects of national nml hlstoi leal In
terest than nny other locality. And lioro
can bo seen tho noted men of tho Kepubllc
and tho representatives from foicign courts.
It is tho bower of pnrndlso for bridal
couples from all parts of tho country cn
joing their none moon, nnd tho coming
inco will bo Impressed by Its boiuty, extent
and grandeur w 1th a proper conception of
tho magnitude nnd resources of tho vnst
Kepubllc.
'I ho natural benutyof tho suburbs sur
rounding Washington excel in magnificent
scenery nny other largo eltyon thogiibe.
'I ho grand panorama of wooded knolls,
grassy plains, commanding hills, nbiupt
nnd sloping uillc3, all bordered by tho
broad, slhory Potomac, presents a lind
ncnpo view surh ns the lesfdcntsof no other
locality Iu tills eountiy eujov
With tbo reclamation oi tho l'otomio
flats now lu inpldprogicss over TOO iioiea
ot land will bo milled to tho mall now ot
tclidlngfrom tho Capitol to tho Washing
ton Monument, iiiaMne over 1,000 acres In
ono lnngnlllccnt ptrh, with Its drives, lakes,
walks, shado tiees, green lawns, monu
ments, fountains, statuary, etc., located lu
tho cry heart of tho Capital City. No
other city iu tho world has such a charm
ing ccntro-plece.
With a package of six tickets purchasol
for twent-flvo cents a person can rldu In
nnd nbout Washington on tlio strcot-c.ir
lines to tho oxtrnt of nearly thh ty miles and
get a mow or most nn mo prominent ou
jects nnd places of national nnd historical
Interest which iidoin tho Capital City of tho
nation. No other city In tho w ( d fui
nishes Isltora such an exhibition at so
smnll an expense. "
Its promemdes along tho avenues and
streets on a pleasant afternoon picsent n
chnrmlng spectacle of moro beautiful
women In their Jaunty nnd nttrnctlvo attlro
than nny city on tho continent.
Wnshlngton contains tho handsomest
women, tho sweetest girls and tho prettiest
bibles of auy locality on tho Western
Ilemlsphcro; and, finally
The Critic, nn Independent evening
Journal, Is only 83 cents per month do
lhcrcd by carriers, or 50 cents by mall.
Tun Sunday Ciutio Is 5 cents per copy
or J2.S0 per year, aud now Is tho tlmo to
subscribe.
It l'olnts a Moral.
lirom On St. Paul Globe.
In 187a General Garfield said that tho
$28,000,000 pensions then paid were
tho maximum nnd the volume would
begin -to decrease. Tho flfiO.OM.OOO
now in sight is a eood many millions
below tho maximum. This shows thut
It Is much safer to look backward than
forward In cases whero tho public Tieas
uiy is involved.
A Characteristic Act.
Chatletton Nexoiantl Courier.
Tho Democratic Senators from Mon
tana havo been counted out of their
seats by a strict party voto. It was not
toloopccd that tho paity which
slolo the Presidency in 1870, which
bought tho Presidency in 1883, and
which has oven Idden nil PaiHamentiry
preeedents and coustitutionol law iu
building up a majoiity iu tho Homo of
Itepiesentatlves, would hesitate to steal
two seats in tho United State3 Senate.
.,Y
URITY
""-BEAUTY
CuTicurtA Ru cDirs Cups
Skim and Blood PiSE&trs
ri-n-i p.
To Frktrrj
THE MOST DISTHEfeSING FORMS OV SKIN
nml scalp diseases, with loss ot hair,
from infnncy to old ngo, nio spoeillly, econ
omically and permanently cured by tlio
Cl'ticujia liEVEmEs, when nil other romodles
nnd methods fall.
Ciiticuha, tho Rreat Skin Curo, nnd Ccti
cuisa SoAr, nn exquisite Skin llcnutlfier, pre
pared from It, externally, and CemcuriA He
solvint, tho now Mood Purifier, internally,
euro c cry form of skin nnd blood dlseaso,
from pimples to scrofula.
Sold everywhere. Price, CtmccnA, C0o.;
Boats 25o.; ItESOLVEM, SI. Prepared by tho
Potter Dnuo and CnimcAL ConroitATiou,
Boston, Mass.
Send for "How to Curo bkln Diseases."
KS7" Pimples, blaclthcnds, chapped and 5gJ
C27" oily skin provented by Coticuiu jja
tar soAr. a
B,
Ecliof In one mlnuto. for all nalns and
weaknesses. In Cuticuiia anti-1'ais
Plastfb. tho only paln-killluK plaster.
25c.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure
This powder never vnrios. A marvol of
parity, strength and wholesomoness. Moro
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot bo sold In competition with tho multi
tude of low-test, short-weight alum or phos
Bbalo powders. Sold only In cans. Royal
Auma Powniin Co., 106 Wall Street, N. Y.
Makes the
Weak Strong
Tho way In whloh Hood's Sarsaparllla
builds up people In run down or weakoned
itato of health conclusively proves tho claim
that that this medicine "makes tbo weak
strong," It does not act like a stimulant, im
parting fictitious strength from whloh theio
must follow a reaction of greater weakness
than beforo, but in tho most natural way
Hood's Sareaparllla overcomes that tired
feollng creates an appetite, purlfios the
blood and. In short, gives groat bodily, nerve,
mental and digestive strength.
Completely Run Down
"In tho spring my whole system was com
pletely run down. I began taking Hood's
SareaparfrTu, and after using two bottles I
find my appetite restored, my norvous system
toned up and my general health greatly lm
proved." OionaE BnATT, Oalllpolls, Ohio,
"Hood's Sarsaparllla cured me of dyspepsia
and liver complalnt,wlth which I suffered for
20 years." J. B. Hoiinbeck, Fallsburj, N. Y.
Hood's
Sarsaparilla
Sold by all druggists, f 1; six fir 85. Pro
pared only by O.I. HOOD & CO., LowelhMass.
100 Doses Oue Dollar
MAW
V t v && 9f
&4KIH6
WATCHES.
I. W. GALT HO. & GO.
1107 1'ciiiiHylvnuln .Aio.,
Call attention to their stock
of TPatcies, comprising all
the most desirable movements
and styles of casing, from the
lozucst price for which a re
liable time-keeper can be
bought to the most expensire.
These watches bear jj our
firm name and are fully
guaranteed.
p, ' American TV a It ham
Watches of all grades
DB. FERRAUD'S
Tonic Wine of Coca
IS JUST WHAT TOTJ NEED
If yonr nerves aro all unstmnp lfyonfesl
irritablo, cross nnd fretful If you find It Hf
flcultto concontrato your mind If yonirj
discouraged and think llfo Is not worthily
lng. It 1b much bottortouso
THIS SrLKNDID TONIO
than to go oft and seek to drown those mil
ornblo focltngs in "tho llowln? bowl
thereby obtaining only TEMPORARY RE
LIEF, when by using
Dr. Ferraud's Tonic Vine of Coca
VOU TONE TIP TOTJR SYSTEM AND GIVE
N ATTJRK A CHANCE TO EFFECT A PER MA
KENT CURE.
TIIE MEDICAL PROFESSION
indorso it ns n pleasant and effective nervo
tonlo and stimulant and prosorlbo It for nil
Nervous Troubles, Thin Blood, Malnrln, r,oss
otAppotlto, Weak Stomaoh, Loss of Vigor
nnd all troubles of this sort "that flesh Is
heir to."
Prepared by
lEDDD-W. DP. DLVEEJEiTZ,
Manufacturing Chomlst,
ion r bxnr.Et AonTUwrvr.
Washington, D. C.
dasXattWf
Washington's
IS LOCATED AT
No. 1223 F Street,
Whoro You Will Always Find
Fresh Pure and Delicious Candies
AT TOPULAR TRICES.
SPECIALTIES:
Butter Cups,
Nut Candies,
AND
Fine Bonbons
MCELROY'S ART STORE,
1003 I'ciiusjHtuila Ate. X. W.
Special Attractions.
Special Inducements.
Owing to tbo continued dull season, and
haying a large lot of pictures on hand, I off or
to my customers and tho publlo a flno colleo
tlon of Water Colors, Etohlngs, Engravings
nnd Photogravures, nnd to those nurehasing
from stock I will make a special discount of
20 Per Cent.
Etchings by Thomns Uoran, nnig, Riming
ton, Parrlsh, Peter Moran, Schleoht, Senat,
Mercier, WInslow, Homer, and others.
Wnter Colors by Hlx, Weber, Lewis. Chif
feo. Runner, Harlow and Roland Smith.
Pino Florentine Gold Frames, imported and
my own make, all tho latest stylo of gold,
white and gold, old lvoiy and hardwood
frames oak, chorry, maple and sycamore.
Also tho Florence leaf, or motaf moulding,
very handsome and durablo. Those wishing
a handsomo framo at a moderate cost should
try these now mouldings.
BRIGGS'
-FOR-
SICK HEADACHE
-IN ITS
talis. Bilious or Congestive Forms.
TESTIMONIAL.
L. R. DROWN, M. D.,
23 West Jorseyst.,
Elizabeth, N.J., Juno 28, 1869.
Vhls is to certlty that I have usod for somo
months with much satisfaction, tho combina
tion of remedies, for neadaohe, known as
Brlggs' Hcadaeho Troches. The romody
cures moro headaches, especially such as af
fect Nervous Women, than anything I am
acquainted with, and It this oortlflcato will
be tbo means of bringing It to the favorable
attention 'of sufferers from that troublo.I
shall feel that I have dono them a service.
L. H. DROWN.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Sold by all Druggists or sent by Mall on Ro
celpt ot Price.
BRIGGS' MEDICINE CO.,
ELIZABETH. N. J.
EDOOATIONAr,.
T
HE NORWOOD INSTITUTE.
Extract from a private letter:
"In reply to your request for my advloo as
to a good school for yoar daughter, I can
with confidence recommend Mr. and Mrs.
Cabell's Norwood Institute, in Washington,
D. C. Tho Btandaid of scholarship there is
high, tho instruction thorough and tho InSu
ences good, L. Q. O. Lamar, -
Justice V. S. Supreme Court."
The school opens Sept. 30. auSS-d&stt
UND1SIXTAKEH,
T WILLIAM LEK
(Successor to Honry Leo's Sons),
-TJNDH 33T-A.K::Hi:t
332 PENN. AVENUE N. W.,
South Side.
Branch olllce. 408 Maryland ave. s. vt.
UETZn 1.0X11. lodis uuisu.
LOEB & HIRSH,
A Most Complete Stock ot all tho Nowest
and Most Desirable
GENTS' FORNISniNQS AND HATS,
No. 013 I" street n. w.,
Washington, D. 0,
fc27-d&S,tf
i
CHE
TROCHES
.i ii I
Novelties
m
ms
IF you want to see
the NOBBIEST
small boys' COS
TUME in the city just
glance in our east
window at the dark
red ROYAL MIDDY
REEFER and sash
with white SAILOR
trousers.
It is too early yet to
go without an outside
garment. Our stock
of light-weight OVER
CO ATS for ALL
ages and REEFERS
for small boys are the
correct things for
these cool mornings
and evenings.
For the little tots
who do not yet wear
pants weare showing
the best and prettiest
assortment ot KILT
suits ever shown in
Washington, and the
prices ARE NOT acro
batic either. They are
not firstlway up,, then
down and then up
again, but ARE mark
ed at first as LOW as
POSSIBLE and sold
at ONE price.
W e have everything
that you can wish for
in suits, overcoats,
separate trousersland
furnishing goods" for
youths, boys andchil
dren. All atthe LOW
EST possible PRICE
consistent with RE
LIABILITY. Give us
a call.
, ROBINSON 4 CQ,
Youths', Boys' and Children's Cljthing,
909 PA. AVE. N. W,
Creates
An Appetite
There Is nothing for which v;o recommond
Hood's Sarsaparllla vi lth groater confidence
than for loss of appetlto, indigestion, sick
headaoho and other troablesof dyspeptic
nature In tho most natural way this medi
cine gently tones the stomach, assists dtgos
t Ion and makes ono feel "real hungry." La
dies in delicate health, or very dainty and
particular at meals, after taking Hood's Sar
Baparilla a few days, flrd tlicmsolvos longing
for and eating the plainest food with unex
pected relish and satisfaction. Try it.
Chronic lloadnelio
"nood's Sarsaparllla has cured mo of a
chronic headache and various other com
plaints when medical treatment (ailed, I
have sent several bottles of nood's Sarsapa
rllla to rolatives'ln Germany and received
many thanks from my friends there, who
used It with wonderful effoct." Jonv n.
GrniM, 310 Ramsay street, Mllllngton, Baltl
moio, Md.
Hood's
Sarsaparilla
Sold by all druggists. $1; six for $5. Pre
pared only by C. I. HOOD & CO., LowollKass.
100 Dosch One Uollnr.
fSS s
CAMPBELL OARRINGTON,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
605 D street northwest,
Washington, D. C.
Webster Law Building.
Residence, 1318 U street northwest.
TXTEBB & WEBB,
ATTORNEYS ANB COUNSELLORS,
400 Fifth Street,
Wasuinqton, D. C.
William B.Wobb.
Honry Randall Wobb,
John bidney Wobb. fob27,d&S,tl
-rt7"OODBURY WHEELER,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
321 and SS3 4i st , Chauncey Building, nea
Louisiana avo.. Washington, D. 0.
Praoticcs in tlio Courts of tbo District and oi
Princo George's County, Md. fe2T-d&S,tl
T EON T01IHINER,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
SSSFour-and-a-halfsticetn.WMnoarCitynall,
Washington. 1). 0. foCT-d&B.tl
s.
F. PHILLIPS. J. O. ZACflRY
. D. MnTCRNNRY.
PHILLIPS, ZACHUY & McKENNEY.
Attorneys at Law,
ic27-P0 Sun Building. P st.
T ALTHEUS JOnNSON,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
fcar-dAstf 408 Fifth Street.
"ANNIE R00NYr-REVISED
Tho song that s lately all tbo rage,
Upon tho street and on tho stage,
And growinp fast to ripe old age,
Is "Little Annie Uooney."
Tlio uowsbojs sing it on tho street,
And almost every man you meot
is keeping time with prancing feet,
"To "Little Annie Jtooney."
r.arly morning, noon and night,
'TIs sung by all, aod seldom rl?ht
And whistled In more shocking plight
Twill surely drivo us looneyl
It makes no difference wheio you go.
You can't escape this "tale of woo."
Instead of "Annie Laurie" now
'I ho band plajs "Annie Itoonoy."
ciicmuss
She's a chestnut. "Joo's" a bore,
May wo bear them ncvermorel
With they'd marry tako tho grip
Aud go down In AUGInty's ship,
While they'ro on their woddlug trip
Joo and Annie Uooney,
JL OlA-IRID
FROM
MR. T. E. ROESSLE,
FROrRIETOH OF
The Arlington.
"The Arlington,"
Washington, D. C,
March 0, 1800.
My Dear Dr. Lioiituill:
It gives mo great pleasuro to stale
that you effected a remarkable euro of
deafness ami dlschargo from tho oars In
tho case of my cousin, Mnrcu C.
Rocssle, and that tho curo has proved as
permanent ns It was radical. I feel euro
that without your skillful aid my cousin
would havo been a deaf man nil his
life. Knowing of other caes In which
you have been equally successful, I
cheerfully glvo you leave to refer to me
at nny tlmo, and hopo that your prao
tlco In Washington will piovc ft distin
guished success.
Yours, truly, T. E. Roessle.
DR. LIGHTTIILL can be consulted
on Deafness, Catarrli, Asthma and
Diseases of tho Throat nnd Lungs at
his office,
No. 101 Fifteenth Street Northwest,
Herdlcs pass tho door.
Ofllce hours from 8 to 12 and 3 to C.
U ,.. IN
We are offering the fol
lowing exceptionally fine
values at exceedingly low
prices:
Danish Cloths, in a va
riety of attractive shades,
half wool, only i2c per
yard.
ChalHes, in a hundred or
so oi attractive designs,
only i8c per yard.
Half-wool - Striped Cash
mere, in all the leading
shades, only 25c per yard.
38-inch Wool Suiting, in
grays and browns, only 25c
per yard.
24-inch Fancy Stripe Mo
hair, in most attractive pat
terns, striped in delicate
tints and most exquisite pat-'
ters woven in over the
stripes; a very dressy fab
ric; only 34c per yard.
Melaner's Dress Goods,
only 35c per yard.
Large and elegant assort
ment of All-wool Suitings,
onty 37KC Per yard.
34-inch Mohair, in all the
leading shades, only 40c per
yard.
Second floor.
WOODWARD
XI LOTHRO
Cor, lift ni F Sis. I f .
AMUSKMENTS.
-VI EW NATlrrNAt.THISATH.1:
TONIOItr.
1M Every ovonlng, Wed and Sat.
.Mala
This (Saturday) Evening,
last Opportunity to Laugh at
Donnelly and Girard,
IN
NATURAL GAS.
Monday Noxt,
MAUDE GRANGER,
In thoi:motlonal Way by Mrs. Lucy Hooper
and RichaiU Davey, ontltlod
INHBRITBD.
f-EATS NOW ON SALE.
A LllAUOH'S GRAND OPERA-HOUSE.
fd Week of tho Spring Season.
General Admission .......s"o
Reserved Scats WandTIo
CARLETOH OPERA COMPANY,
In Collier's Comedy Opera,
DOROTHY,
Which ran 800 nights In London.
Noxt Wtok-' THE MIKADO."
SEATS NOW ON SALE.
K
ERNAN'S NEW WASHINGTON THEA
TRE, lltli at., south orrenna. avo.
Ladles' Matlnc(sTuc8..Tkars. aud Sat.
Great Metropolitan Specialty Co.
Noxt Week Atklns-Crollus' Specialty and
Dramatic Company.
IT ARRIS' RIJOD THEATRE.
Week Commencing MONDAY, AHUL SS.
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
II. Rider line-lard's Big
bjectacular,
Tho DIkrcM, Most Expcnslvo
and Dazzllnz Spectacle ever
ccen at this theatre
SHE
Neit Weck-LITTLE NCCQETT.
GLOBE THEATRE,
l'A. AVE., NEAR llTn ST.
Monday, April 28, and darlngltho week.
HERR 1'OITER'S
European Novelty Co.
Matinees, Monday, Wcdnosday, Friday and
Saturday. Admission ntnljibt, 10,20, 30 and
CCc. Matinees, 10, 20 and 30c.
11,1 DfcIO ALL DAY
At tho Warcrooms of Mr. E. r. DROOP, 025
Ta. avo. Classical, oporatlo and popular Se
lections aio rendered In perfect Imitation of
an orchestra on tho wonderful
KEOLIKN.
Yonr visit to see this Instrument will bo 03
teemed a favor, and wo assure you that It
will bo both pleasant and profitable. With
an Aeolian in your house you can enjoy a
Wagner, Italian or Light Opera wlicnovo
you feel so disposed.
MR. DROOP also wishes to call attontlo
to his larfo lino cf first tlnsj rianos an
Organs, Including tho makes of Stolnway
Chase, Gabler, Brlggi, etc
KXOIJKSIONS.
G"
RAND PLANK SHAD
EXCURSIONS
TO
MARSHALL nALL.
SUNDAY, MAY 4, 1800.
Steamer W. W. Corcoran will mako Two
Trips, leaving Washington at II a. in. and
2.30 p m , returning at about a and 7 p. m.
FARE, ROUND TRir, 25o.
Bill of Faro Plank Shad, Shad Hoo, Clam
Chowder, eto. Dinrtcr, 75c.
Captain L.L.BLAKE,
THE
ICATE
YD
CLOTHING
We hereby announce to tho publlo that wo
the moinbersof tho Syndicate must positively
close out 20,000 of our enormous stock of
clothing for tho benefit of Mr. A. Sustlo, who
is obliged to withdraw from the firm on ao
count of his health. Wo have decided to close
out this amount of goods In tho next
FOURTEEN DAYS.
This ualo will positively not commence
until tho
MATY-FOURTH DAY OF APRIL,
AT 0 O'CLOCK.
This Is neither a fire, assignee's, creditors'
nor bankrupt sale of eheap, shoddy trash,
but a strictly legitimate bona fide sale, oar
riedon by responsible pei sons, who do not
wish to rob people by giving olieap, shoddy
goods and charging exorbitant prices. Tboso
prices speak for themselves:
Fancy Worsted Pants, 97o.; positively worth
?2S5.
Men's Evening Pants, all wool, 81.02, worth
St.
Men's Dress Pants, $2.20; worth 83.
Mon 'g Suits, 84 85; worth 89.
Men's All-Wool Eergo Suits (blue aud
brown), $5.02; worth SU.
Men's Dress Suits, 88.25; worth $17.
Men's Real Fino Prince Albert Suits, $14 Ql;
worth 835.
GOODS NOT SATISFACTORY. MONEY
REFUNDED, at iho Largo Throo-Story (Hlloy
Building) Building,
Corner of Ninth and E Streets N, W.
ap22,1m
MONEY TO LOAN.
SC. HILL, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
. Bargains In all parts of the otty. Lite
and Fire Insurance. Corner 8th and Fats
n w, Lo Droit Building,
RTONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR
lYX flrst-olass seourltlos at lowost ratos of
Interest, No delay where seourlty Is good.
O. O. GREEN,
303 7th St. n. W.
MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY.
TITLE CO., 470 La ave.
MONLY,
IN ALL SUMS,
TO LOAN ON REAL E8TATE SECURITY,
ATS AND 6 PER CENT.
M. M. PARKER,
1418 Fst.
INSTALLMENT LOANS-WE ARE AC
tborlzod by tho United Soouritv Life In
aurance and Tiust Company of Philadelphia
to advance money on Improved property In
Wushlngton nn to 78 per oont. of actual mar
Set valuo, with or without llfo Insurance
loans payable In monthly or quarterly In
stallmonts, running 5, 10, 15 or JO years. In
many instances the payments are loss than
the rental ot a bouse, F. II. SMITH & SON,
1W F et u w.
MONEY TO LOAN
In sums to suit
On Approved Real Estate Secnrlty.
l. H. WARNER CO.,
818Fut.U.W,
AliUMKBtlCNTS.
WASHINGTON,
TWO DAYS ONLY.
I
V
h
May I 4 and I 5.
Hoith Capitol Hear M Street ti W.
THE
BARNUM X BAILEY
GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH.
1MRE KIBALFY'S NERO',
on-
The Dest ruction of Rome
Tic Most I'napproaclnbly :rand Spectaolo.
I minted on i Iltieo Muco I5u Foot Long,
in tlio I.meest Ten B Evci Made
1.210 PERirOHMhIH 00 HOnSES.
6(0 HANl'Enq.
Mngnlflccr.t Triumphal Processions.
Gllmptcs of First ( cntury Morlcs Undor
NERO.
3 Circus Comianles. 3 Rtcvatod Stages.
OlsmilailliH'Cdroino HaclngTraok. Su-
jernatnrul Illusions Doublo Mil
euros 2 Doublo Menageries of
Wild nnd Trained llnast.
tOMarTr'ousrirtus Act" and Displays,
BO Acrlellstp. so Acrobats, 20 clowns,
M) Joclieys, tco Choristers,
33GoldcnClmrlots.ro Cages,
2 Heidsof Etcphants,
a Droves of Camol",
Eos f o" Equestrians, Lcapors, Tumblers,
Athletes, Experts.
r. T. RARNUM, I FnllnlOffiorq
J.A. BAILEY, f Equaiovrcrs.
Capital Imcsted S3.CC0C0O
DailyExpcnses S7,1jO
IMRE KIRAT.rY'S NERO;
Or tho Destruction of Romfl.
Presented in London, where It amazed, as
tounded and delighted the wholo
ROYAL IMILY 01' GREAT HUITAIN
ard IhoNob llty. Gentry, Clergy, Bench, Bar,
l'eonlo and Press of i.nrono
.Most Overpowering and Tremendous Spec-
iitio fm jiartn
J.2C0 Teoplo, 400 Torses tco Dancers, Stee
450 Pcot.
I AbTDAYS or OLD HOME UNDER NERO.
Bacchanalian Orgies of tho Emperor.
Delightful Dances of th- vlrefns.
Bat ilc of i ho G I nd iators.
lights in the strcots.
Contests in the Aiena
Kaclnsr on the Como
Multitudes or I rac'onan Guards. Romans,
Senators, blaves, I rlests. Christian Mar
tyrs, Vcislnls, Gladiators, Llctors,
Hoiscs, Anns,
Accoutrements. Elegant HIstorlo Costumo?,
Ancient Armor Oi izens, Soldiers. Cap
tives Chsriots, Pagt-ants, Tab
leaux, I eati, Feasts, Pas
times Games and Kcal
tlo Scenes of
OLD ROMS IN BLOOIl THIRSTY NERO'3
DAYS.
Together wl'h alt tho Wondors, Thrilling
Acts, Darlni; Feats and Stupendous
Ft atures of tho
CIRCUS. HIPPODROME. MKNAGERIES,
MUSEUMS, AQUAhUTM. &c. do.
Trlp'e Clr as In Three Rings
Fearlrs Racing on tho 1 Mile Track.
Darin it Aerial Displays,
Rrmarkablo Tialned Animals,
Talking Seals. 20 Animal clowns,
SHerdsof Elephants,
300 Cirous Performers,
C4 Cars, 4 Trains,
3 Acres of Sconery,
10 Acics of Tents,
EVERYTHING PRECISELY
AS REPRESENTED.
TP ENORMOUS EXHIBITIONS OAILY
At 2 ana 8 P. M.
Doors Open an Hour Earllor.
All Tents Remain Up Till 0 P. M.
Admtss'on to all 50 Con's
Children under 3 years 2) Cents
1 esetved numbered seats will bo sold a
tho regular prico and admission tickets at
tlovuial tlhht advance at BRENTANO'd.
1015 Pa avo.
GREAT NEWFREESTREETPARADE
at 0 o'o'ock on tho morning of tho show. Tho
openBive end dollcato material In the cos
tumes used In Nero is such that tbey cannot
be used in the street parade.
Routo as tollowf : C'ipltol to II, to Now Jer
sey avo., to Cst north, to Firstst, to I'enn
sylvan'a avo , to Twenty-third st , to K st ,
to New York avo , to M St., to grounds.
Cheap Excursions on All Railroads.
Will Elbtolt in Richmond MAY IB.
THE NATIONAL
SafeDeoositCoi
OF -TASHINGTON.
Chartered by Special Aot of Congross,
JANUARY 22, 1807.
CrSPITKL
$200,000
TOR THE
SAFE KEEPING OF VALUABLES
UNDER GUARANTEE,
AND TnE
RENTING OF SAFES,
IN 1T3
BURGLAR AND
VAULTH,
FIRK-PROOP
Contained In its FIRE-PROOF BUILDING,
N.E. Cor. 15th Street and Now York Ave.
OPPOSITE U. s'. TREASURY.
OFFICE HOURS. 0 A.M. TO IP M.
JAMES H.McGILL.
DIALKll IN
BUILDING blll'PLIKS,
008 to 014 G street northwest.
Portland Cement, Hosendale Cement.
King's Windsor Ceinont-full oargoos arriv
ing ficsh ocry week. Rolled Iron Beams
and goueral building iron work, EmimcloJ
IHIeks, l'lre Bricks, Firo Clay, Pulp Mortar
Black. Paints, Oils, Window Ulata and Pol
Ithed Tlute Glass. Estimates for Window
Glass, Piato Glass, lion Work aud otlior
Building bupplles made at all times promptly,
JAMES II. MoGlLU
UWHjJ' '"-Will-, er .i'Jnilrt'nf j!',J' X
jSag--g3
UPlrlUl IWIUBHUBI II W, T
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