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THE WASHINGTON OIUTIO, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 0, 1880.
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Aiinvuii's. Mile, lthen.
National. "The Ciyntat Slipper "
tl Minis' Hmov. Miss Adu (Irny.
KtiiNAS'n.-Mny Howard' Durlesquc Co.
Cntcli nil to Till".
Now is tlio season to liuy your pnlnts, oil
tmfl briishe It would pay yon tn cull nil H.
W. Hrown, corner of 8ecntli nnd N Mri'ots
liorthwcat, beloro purchnslnR elsowhoro.
Houghton A Cn.'n Cut Itatm.
Lowest tirlco pillow utcr nitrrcil, size ISTO
fnriiCi'. cnclij 10-1 (liny lllntiket", Sl.i per
Iiilr, ormer price, 81.M; Wire CotK, S1.-.0
i ui.li; chairs used ono tiny now wM nt sWc.
rnrli. Yon should seo ourjl end Sl- ''hairs,
fully M pur cent, lower llinii their renl viiIiip
lit W. II. llouoiiTON & Co.'s, ISIS mid Vi,V st.
Tho Hbrdlo rhncton Comn.iny liavo now
for rnlc nt Its o01cc9,10tli unit Ct. to. v nnd
Itil'J K M. n. w., commutntton book contain-
Ins 100 ticket;, good on nil Itsllnesof coaches.
I.njr Cntiln Cider Mitt.
t-ecnth street, oppolto l'nlcnt otllce. Puro
ItiiM-ct t Cider made frcli ovcry day. Try it
(,'lujs nnd lenvo your order.
ItiHlilrn n Spring tlnoil.
This rcllablo and well intnblhlirtl Install
ment housa Is now milking; Improvements
ready for tho sprlnir trnilu. This establish
jnent It) located at WO nnd 9.1.1 bow-nth Ml cot
northwest. Tlirlr new stork Isnrmlnjr.con.
r-lstlriff In part oi a cliolco selection of mattlnit,
linby cifrrluEcs, carpets, etot es, f nrnltnre, etc.,
Kll at tho lowust cash prices on tlio Installment
piiiii, weekly or mouthly payments.
It Is tho Host.
Auk for It. Sclilltz's Mllwnukco Lagor
liter. V'or sale bv ull lending homes.
1'or AViulilugtcm Irril Ileof
ro to John It. Kelly, stalls W, OMnnd 0.10 Cen
tre .Market, and SOU und 3 Northern Liberty.
Coined beef u specialty.
CITY AMP HtriltmilAN.
Tho Alexandria Y. M. C. A. elected
officers last night.
Tho Special Term of the Alexandria
Corporation Court began yesterday.
Tho Citizens' KqultaWo Uulldlng Asso
elation of Georgetown elected odlccrs last
A meeting will- ho held to-morrow
jilgbl In Alcxaudrlato arrange for tho Dem
'-Tlio jll rectors of tho Alexandria -Marino
1'allwayand Ship-building Company wcro
Tho- Alexandria Light Infantry nro
rnulvlog preparations for a trip to 'cw
1'oilc to tuo Ceutcnulal.
Tho intmhers of Iho Six o'clock Club
will tell their personal recollections of Lin
coln at tholr'dlnncr to-night.
Tho telephone wires between this city
nnd Alexandria, that woro blown down by
tho tdorin Saturday, aro etlll iluwu.
Work on tho tower of the Church of
the Covenant has begtin, and will bo con
tinued until tho Btructuro Is complete.
Count and Countess do Snanucck gave
n dinner at tho legation lust night In honor
iif llic birthday of King Christian IX of Den
mark. Mr. (Jcorgo Trucsdoll has bcon notified
that tho parking commission will plant as
many trees at hcklngton as tho npproprl
at Ion Mill admit of.
(Icorgo Ileazclton, who has represented
IhoHnn Francisco Chronicle In Washington
for several jcars. has purchased tho AVoi
iug Vott of San i rancleco.
Elgb'ty.clght people liavo been ills
i hsrgcil from tho seed department of tho
Agricultural Department, and Secretary
liuek eajb moro will follow.
Governor Leo of Vlrglula has accepted
the Invitation of Leo Camp to make tho
.oratlonwhen their .monument In Alexan
dria Is nnvciled next raotilh.
O. C. CoUou, captain of n scow nt the
foot of Seventeenth street, was robbed last
night of a rcolvor, tlHcr watch ami. chain
.and a suit of clothes, valued in all at $30.
Tho reports of tho various committees
having In chargo tho arrangements for tho
Old Guard bazar aro most encouraging;
Tho cxecutlvo committee met last night
and heard tbein.
Tho Loudoun County .Market Com
pany wus Incorporated in Alexandria with
a capitalized stock or $jO,UOU, nnd Its ob
ject Is to establish a lmirliot in this city for
tho sale of Virginia produce.
A meeting of the Klioncicr Literary
AcbOiiation was held on Sunday afternoon,
when Miss Nichols read a paper on "The
Will Man, Dives." Hov. Messrs. Trigg and
Hill and Mr. Iiobcrt Now mini made ad
dicstcs. Tho colored Lutherans have elected tho
following Sunday-school ofllcers: Mr.
Vv'hcatby of Howard University, suporln
Undent; Mr. John II. Harris, assistant su
iicrintcndcnt; Miss Ka Chacc, treasurer;
Mrs. Oliver, secretary.
Mrs. Elizabeth A. Tnmncll was hurled
from her lato rcsidonco. at 1520 Thirty
Hccond street, Georgetown, at !1:.T0 o'clock.
Jin. Trunuell was.lt is said, the oldest
woman resident of (loorgitown, und her
graniUon Is Scrgeant-Trunncll of tho police
Tho llrcmcu's relief or pension fund Is
gradually dwindling, and tliero la n pros
put that tlrcmcu nho are now paying their
pto lata will lmo no fund to draw from
vi hcu they becomo 111. It fssuggested that
nn entertainment bo glvenaTid tho pro
ccidi used to Insure llrcmcu's lives.
1'cniilts to conduct business In the DIs
liiitwero yesterday Issued to thul.lfoln
htirauco Comnanyof liielimoiid, thoKulghts
iiinpiara ami inu .Masonic .Mutual Aid ho
clity of Cluclnuati, tho Exchange Flro In
duraneo Company of New York, tlio l'lro
Jnturoueo Company of l'hlladulphlii and
tlio National Life Insuiuuru Company of
Senator Manderson, tho eommaudor
JIaJor W. 1. Iluxford, recorder, and Gen
rinl Albert Onlwayv ill represent tho DIs
triit of Columbia Commandcry of tho I.oyu
Legion at tho quadrennial congress of tlio
ordir, which convenes in C'lnclnuat
Wednesday. Senator Hawlov, Genera'
iMuslcj andSurgcon-Gcntral ltiowne wll
go as alternates.
A I.tttcr I'm m Dr. IIhiik Vun llulnw,
"llic Knabo l'lanos which I did uot know
bi fore, have bieu ehonen for my present
Concert tour in tho UuitcVl Slates by my
Imprrttarlo and accepted byino on tlio re
tcmmeudatloii of my friend, llcchsteln, ac
iiuainlcd wilh their mcirlts. Had I known
thibo pianos as now I do, I would havo
i hoscn them by mjtclf, as their sound and
touch are; moro sympathetic to my cars
liUd huudb than allothrrs of tho country.
Dn. IIann Von llf.oiv
Now York. April il, ISbO.
To Messrs. vm. Kuabo A Co.
An Ito Kehoonor's Arilval,
llic tchoocer Lalnla Campbell has
nrrhtd at this port illicit from Gardiner,
Maine (on the Kcuucbec 1'dver), ladeu Ith
l,CCOtoiuot Ico for the Great Fulls Ieo
Company. It It said to bo tho llrst Ico of
thonarou that has anlvcd hero direct
from the Kcnnitic Klver.
Tlio Woniiin'ii Itellof Corps.
Thcio was u largo ottciidauce at last
night's regular mating of tho l'otomuc
Corps, Wouian-'s Hcllcf Corps, auxiliary to
the G. A. II., CH members out of a possible
ICO I clog present. Four new members w cro
lultUUd and it largonumbur of applications
for miuibcishlp woro received,
Tlio (lolilcu Cross Order.
Tho eighth, annual sceslou of tho Grand
Ccmmaudiry of tho Distiict of Columbia,
United Order of the Golden Cross, will be
tin next Thursday ovening at G rami Army
Hall, Tho membership in this illy is about
t'OU, distributed among seven suliordinato
Death of I'oii'mnu Din In.
lames 1). Davis, who was for many years
foreman of tho Washington Navy-Yaid,
tiled at 0 o'clock jtstculiiy. Ills death was
vcrv sudden and unexpected, tho inimcdl
ulc cause being tho rupturing of n blood
uml. lio lunes a vufo nnd two children.
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup should
always boused for children ticthlng. It
Miothes tho child, soften tho gums, allays
all pnln, cures wind colic, and it U the bust
nniid) fot dlnnhcctt. 'J3o, n bottle.
An Addition to llo Mado tn Hum.
Last night about n hundred members of
Ilamlinc M. K. Churcli met to consider tho
adlsabilltyot building an addition to tho
present edifice. It was decided, after n dis
cussion of three hours, to authorlzo the
hoard to expend it sumnot fbcxcccd JiU,000
In pulling a Mtltablo building on tho vacant
lot adjoining the present church.
Thcro was a full nttendanco at tlio Bap
tist coiifcrcnco yesterday In Zlon Uuptlst
church, llcv. Georgo W. Leo reported tho
outlines of n sermon ho had delivered, tho
subject of which was "Tho Spirituality of
God and his distributive attributes with Ills
people." Tho discussion of the subject by
tho ministers was exceedingly Interesting.
Tho llcv. Iiobcrt Johnson, of the Fourth
church, t.omril as his subject. '-Tlio neces
sity of knowing Iho Loid." ilcv. I)r, J, 8.
Thomas staled that "Christ, tlio light of
tho City of God" was tho subject of his last
discourse. Tho new pastor of Iho First
(hurcli, on Sixth street southwest, ltcv. I)r,
jtuiiiiistiH, j'ivi-tui,".i no inn aiiuji-ci, --inu
work and authority given by Christ to His
servants." llos. Drs. Howard, Laws, Alex
ander, l'hlllps, Lamklns, Walker, Leo and
others mado excellent reports of tho condi
tion of their churchas.
Iho first anniversary of tho completion
of tho .Metropolitan llaptlst Church, Sixth
and A streets northeast, km celebrated last
night. There was a largo attendance, many
of the nudlcucCromlng from other churches.
Aftrulnglng the Doxology, the Hon. A.
M. Clapp, who took chargo of tliu pro
gramme, was introduced, nnd announced
Itov. J. A. Huntington, I). 1)., who asked
tho Dl luo blessing on tho proceedings. A
quartet rcudciod "Come, Holy Spirit."
The pastor, llcv. W. 11. Young, 1). I),, lend
the Scriptures and was followed by tho
singing of "All Hall tlio l'owcr of Jesus'
Name." Professor Otis T. Mason, in nu
amusing way, explained several schemes by
whicli tho present debt of $3,000 on tho
church could bo wlp6d out.
Tho A. M. E. Church ministers met yes
Icrday at tho Metropolitan Chutch, M
streit. Tho usual pastoral reports wcro
mado. Tho ministers who composo this
meeting will soon leave for tho seat of con
ference, to bo held April 'J3,nnd which
meets nt Chcstcrtown, Md. They aro nil
busily engaged gathering their contcrenqo
c1idms,togcthcr and straightening out tbo
matters that usually occur on Iho closing
day of the coming coiifcrcnco year. Tho
Installation of tho ofllcers of tho Metropoli
tan Sunday-school was announced.
Thu Sunday School Union of tho District
of Columbia met in tho lecture room of the
First l'rcsbytcrlan church last night. Mr.
Wm. It. Woodward, of Wesley Chapel, pre
sided, and the talk of the evening was upon
"Evangelical work In tho Sunday schools,"
which was participated In by . II, Smith,
of tho Western l'rcsbytcrlau church; W. It.
Woodward, of Wesley Chapel; Johu II,
Wight, 0. C. Wight and II. J. Frost, of tho
First l'rcsbytcrlan church, nnd J. L. Ervln,
Foundry church. Messrs. J. II. Wight, of
Weston Flint and W. 11. Woodward wcro
elected delegates to the World's Sunday
School Union, which meets In London in
A Cur pet of Dlnmond and l'mrls.
Mr. W. 8. Crane writes from India of his
visit to the Maharajah of Ilarodu. "We
were," he says, "taken to the old palace,
In the heart of tho city, to see the treasure
room. Two hugo shectahs, carefully muz
zled, were on tho palace steps, used for
hunting bucks. The regalia of Ilaroda Is
valued at X3,000,000 sterling. Wo were first
shown the jewels worn by the Maharajah
on Htato occasions. Thcso consist of a gor
geous collar of SOO diamonds, somo of them
as big as walnuts arranged In flvo rows,
surrounded by a top and bottom row of
emeralds the same size. The pendant Is u
famous diamond called 'The Star of the
'Deacon. An aigrette to match it Is. worn iu .
tho turban; then followed strings of pearls
Of perfect loundncss, Wondrous 'rlnge,
necklaces, clusters of sapphires and rubies
as big as grapes; and greatest mar
vel of all, a carpet, about ten
feet by six, mado entirely of
strings of pure and colored pearls with
the great central and corncrclrcles of dia
monds. Tills carpet took thrco years to
msko and cost .f0,000. This was ono of
Kbando Itao's mad freaks and was Intended
tolioscnt to Mecca to plcaso a Mtiham
medau ludy who had fascinated him, but
the scandal of such n thing being dono by
a Hindoo prince, was too serious nnd It
never left Ilaroda. norologieal Itovlew.
Married Tiwnlj-IUo Times.
Tho follow ing extract Is taken from "Eve
lyn's Diary," and rofcrs to a Dutch woman
who lived In tho seventeenth century:
'Towaid tho end of August I rcturnod to
Haarlem. They showed us a cottago wiicio
they told us dwelt a woman who had been
married toiler twenty-111 th husband, and,
being now n widow, was prohibited to
marry In tho future, yet It could not bo
proved that she had ever made away with
any of her husbands, though tho suspicion
had brought her divers times Into trouble."
Fiiei: suits made toorder to everyone, by
Max Gour.s, 018 F street northwest.
This powder noicr varies. A marvel ot
purity, strength and wbolcsomoness. Moro
economical than thoordlnary kinds, and can
not bo sold Iu compi'tlon with the multitude
of low-test, short-wclgbt alum or phosphate
Powdcra aohiinty Inrais.
ItOYAK IIAKINCI POWDBIt CO..
100 Wall street, Now York.
HrAM HA M
j mil nurfl
to had there tr re
none, one plucti
was ea I e i
Imttlit fif Kin''
Cream I Mm tUa
the wot I'. My
toiee ana itcatt
are trell.O. K
M. Milkn, HAT-FEVER
A purtldo Is nppllod into each nostril nnd
Is imrecablo, l'rlo00ccnt nt Driiwlsts;. by
miill.itTlstcrfd.WeeuM, 11LY llltOTHlillS,
W Warren street, Now York,
CUuitlt, IIrHMrt,Mo.tHatUIaotorT HAIR IIIUtflM.
riUcuKi. miii Mir Ttia kii mtriMi. iiiiutniu
K..l.r. 1111 TI1UL lOUlll luH I II KU Will, V illlU lllll.
Mid lr all IHklo. t U 'roll! Hue.!., or mtl.ei rrri rr Cue. ty
ludeutlirylr l,a H iu uniUniiri tYrit
When thb DcrNca la caukd t
SCARLET rCVCR, COLDS,
MEAOLEO, CATARHH, t.c.
wlilrth la IliA unM to thA narfl !
aluw. u. tn IhAaifta. indmil
't wum smutty wHuout rwnoTtC
H,4d stiff br
, A. WALE, UlldgtMrt, Co,
i'itirr.!?Min iciddkii'h i'iinhum..
llio J:nd of u C'nierr 'flint win l'ull nf
Tho fuiienil of Dr. J. II. Kidder of tho
Smithsonian, who died yesterday mornlug,
will taho ploco on Thursday, Interment
being made at Oak Hill, Dr. Kidder was
lorn In Haltlmoio County, Mil., October
'JO, ISIS, nnd graduated nt Harvard Col
lego In 1V,2, lie entered tho Union army
nyd sened until the closo ot Iho war. In
1SC0, having graduated Iu medicine, ho was
appointed nn assistant surgeon In tho
Unltid Stales Navy. Ilo attained tho rank
of passed assistant Surgeon In 1807, and
of suigcon In 1870. Dr. Kidder's sen ser
vice was mainly performed Iu the Japan
sens, on tho coast of South Atncilca and
South Africa, and in tho Mediterranean.
Ho was detailed for special serico with
tho United Slates Tlsh Commission In 1S7"
and 18711. and Iu lt-s'j beenmo the first sur
geon of the Fish Commission stcimcr Al
batross. Ho ictlgiicd from tho navy in
June, 18SI, and Joined tho regular staff of
thu Uiiltrd States Fish Commission, on
which ho served to January, 1833.
W hen l'rofessor (1. Hrown Ooodo was ap
pointed Commissioner nf Fisheries. Dr.
Kidder was made Assistant Commissioner,
whrch position ho held until tlio passage of
tho bill railing for the appointment of
n successor to Professor Dalrd nnd nbollsh
Ing tho ofllco of Assistant Commissioner.
As n medical ofllccr Dr. Kidder Is
best known from his experiments nnd pub
lications on hygiene; ns n scientist ho has
paid most attention to physical problems
relating to tho fisheries and the natural
history ot blids and fishes. Ho participated
In all of the regular marine explorations ot
tho Fish Commission on thol.aftem coast
ot the United States. In 1870 ho made a
valunblo seilcs of observations upon tho
temperature of tho blood of fishes, nnd dur
ing 1SS7-'8S ho hnd chargo of the Investlga
tlonsJpoklng toward tbo preservation ot
frcth bait for the use of the off-shore fishermen.
The Sponge is Mightier
than the Brush.
-- T-s -a ' -4.T "
THROW AWAY THE SHOE BRUSH
aad use a Sponce and water, which will
keep your SHOES BRIQIIT
and CLEAN If you use
Tilt ipomm Attioir i good thing and teCl
hare it, and tht men evght to.
Itpreservea ihe leather ond gUtt a bril
liant polish. Water amltnowilipcffitai
surely as off a duck's bailc Men's tlvsct
rcijulre dresslrg ONCK A WEEK
women's once a mouth, that's all. Worth
trying, tin't lit It It nho the best dress,
log for harness, on which It lasts TI1RLE
EXTRACT OF ME AT
Finest nnd Chennest Meat Flavouring Stock
for Soups, Mndo lllshes nnd Sauces. As Hoof
T n, -"nn Invaluable tonic." Annual salo,
GENUINE ONLY WITH PAC-SIMU.E OF
JUSTUS VON VKIWO'H SIONATUKU ,'IN
11LUI5 ACII08S I.ABUL.
Sold by htorekeopors, Oroecrs and Drug
gists. LIUDKI'S SXTItACT OF MEAT CO.,
OVliH A JULLlO.-l UISTUIllUTiJU,
LSji bi Li
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO.
Incorporated by tho LeKlslatnro In 13C8 for
Kduciitloua nnd Charitable nuriioscs, and Its
iriiiicnisu inuuu il pun ui inu preseui oiuiu
Constitution, lu 1870, by an ovkiwuixtiiso
Its GltAND EXTnAOltniNAnr DltAW
1NOS tnko plnco Scml-Annually (.Tnno and
llecomber) nnd its GltAND bINGLK NUM
unit UKAWINGH tako placo on each of tbo
other ten months In tno year, and nro all
drawn In public,, at tho Academy ot Music,
Now Orleans, La.
"Wo do hereby certify that wo supervlao
tbo arrangements for nil tho Monthly nnd
Keml-Annual Drawl lies of Tho Loulslanu State
Lotttry Co., and In person manage nnd con
tiol tho Drawings themselves, and that tho
snmo nro conducted with honesty, fairness
nnd lncood faltUtownrd nil parties, nnd wo
nuthorlzo tbo Company to usu this certificate,
with fno-slmllcs of our signatures attached, In
G. T. Beauregard,
J. A. Early,
Wo tho undersigned Hanks nnd Hankers
will pny nil Prizes drawn Iu tho UiuUlana
State Lotteilcs, which may bo presented at
our counters. .
It. M. WALJ1SI.EI, Prost. La. Nat Dank.
P. LAKAVX, Prest. Stnto Nat. Hank.
A. UALIln M, ITcst. N". O. Kat. llauk.
CAUL K01IS, Prost.Unlon Nat. Hank.
GRnHD MONTHLY BRAW1NG
Will' 'tnko plneo nt tho Academy of Music,
NcwOrhaus, TUESDAY, April 10, 1W9.
CAPITAL RRIZE 800,000
lCO.OCO Tickets nt Twenty Dollars. Halves,
$10; Quarters, $.1.00; Tenths, $.'.00;
LIST OF PHIZES:
1 ITtlZE OF $300,000 Is $100,000
1 l'lii.i: ok nm.ooo h., 100,000
1 Piiizi: of ro.oooi m.ooo
i piiii; of !,ooois. !,ono
uPiti.KSOF lo.um nro i,ooo
ni'lll.KHOi' n.uio nro st.ooo
El PHIZES OF 1,000 nro itt.noo
iropiilZEHoi' coo aro do.ooo
1XO IMIIZKS OF SOOuiO 00.000
COO PHIZES OF LVOnro 100,000
100 Prizes or S'M aro $'AO0O
ion Prizes of soo nro 80,000
100 Prizes ot (joo are 80,000
OOOPilzesof $10dnro J 00,000
wj j'rizes oi liuaro vj.wj
11,131 1'rlzCB, nmoiintlDg to $1,051,600
Notk. Tielot ilrawina Capital l'rlzcsaro
not entitled to Terminal l'rlzes,
t"Kon CLtru lliTCs, or any further Infor
inutlon dcalred, uilto leullily to tho under
eliincd, clrarly etntliiR jour rofclilenco, with
Kliile, Count)', HI root und Number, Moro
nil'kl vetmii mall delivery will ho assured by
your cncloblai; un Knvcloro beurlnu your full
bend l'ostal Kotos, Expross Money Ordors,
of Kow Yurk lUchnugu lu ordinary letter,
Currency by Uxprcss (at our oxpenio) ad
diciisod M. A. DAUPHIN,
v Now Orleans, La.
Addrcis Jtcjilitevcd Letters to
liew Orleans National Gank,
Koiy Orleans, La.
hemkideii that ONE DOLT, Ml Is tho
1'rleo of thu nmnllest linrt or fraotlon of n
tlekct Issued lu any drawlnc Anythlnir la
ournamo offeroil at a less prlco Is either a
counterfeit or a swindle
HKMEMDKII, also, that tho payment ot
1'rir.eii Is CJUAIIANTKUU 11V VOUlt NA
TIONAL IIANKH of Noy Orleans, and tho
Tickets aro slsued by the President of an In
slltutloi) whoso chartered rights aro recox
nJzeil lu IhoblKhostCourts; therefore, bowaro
ot alt Imltalluus and anonymous tchomos.
Connecticut Itcpiltilleillls Orgnnlrn,
Tho Connecticut ltcpubllcaii Association
was organized ntSt, George's Hall last
night by tho adoption of ft constitution nnd
by-lows and tho election of tho follow Ing
oillcers: President, (. S. Sanfont; first
vlcc-jircsldcnt, O. S. l'innlii; second vice
president, II, It, Tyler; recording secretary,
A, T, Tracy; corresponding socrotary, A.
(I. llllss; financial secretary, T. K. Spcnce;
trensmer. Captain P. O'l'arrell. Addresses
wero mndo by Messrs. Sanford, OTarrcll,
Tracy nnd others.
Itrfrlgnrntlni: t.'oinpniiy's Jlloctlnn,
At u meeting ot tho directors of tho
American Automatic ltofrlgeratlng Com
pany yesterday tho following officers wero
elected! William 11. Trogoot llaltlmore,
picsldctit; DcllcrlJ. Graft of Washington,
v lec-presldint; Dr. V.. 8. Carroll of Wash
ington, treasurer; Preston I lleldcn of
Washington, secretary; M. T. Freeman
of Illchmnud, nsslstant secretary; Albert
Trego, ej'iierai manager; Joseph K. Holmes,
engineer; Geo. W. Whiting, superintendent.
EOE TIB .RACES.
Patrons of the Ivy City
Races who drive out will
Hnd a Horse Blanket and a
Carriage Robe a necessity.
We arc going heavily into
this branch of the business,
and our new stock oi Horse
Blankets and Lap Robes is
now in position, You will
be pleased with the assort-'
ment, as we shall handle all
the best products in this line.
We show Lap Robes of
linen, of momie, of serge, of
flannel and of broadcloth.
The styles are plain, em
broidered, stripes, checks
and plaids. If you have use
for a Lap Robe you cannot
afford to overlook this stock.
Momie Cloth Lap Robes,
in plain gray, sage and gold,
50 to 75c.
Gray, with checks and
stripes, 50c to $1.
Gray, embroidered, 1 to
Striped Linen Lap Robes,
65c to $1.25. .
Serge Lap Robes, in light
broken check effects;- will
wash, like linen; very durable
and attractive, $3.25.
Broadcloth Lap Robes,
with plain and satin bound
edges, $3 and $3,56.
Fine Scotch Flannel Lap
Robes, in tan and serpent
green checks, very elegant,
Embroidered Green Cloth
Lap Robes, $2.75 to 4.
Cor. llili and F Sis. N. W.
Specialties In Stoinq I: auhics.
HAS JUST OPENED A LAltOn LINK OP
NOVELTIES IN PLAIN AND I'ANCV KM!-
I.I8I! JIOHAIltb AT COo., 75o. and $1.00 A
NOVELTIES IN PATHS COMBINATION
HUITH II ANfllNO lilOJt $10 to $.
OVKLTIKM IN I'KBNUII HIDE-HAND SUIT-
INOH AT 81 to S3 A YAltD.
NEW 40-INCH ALIi-WOOL HENRIETTAS AT
NEW 40-INCiI ALL-WOOL HENHIETTAS AT
Too und St.
NEW 40-1NCII SILK WAItl" IinNIHETrAS,
in am, vuiAiiin, Ai 91 nnu bi-vj,
NEW CO INCH MELANGE HEItOES AT $1.
NEW 43-INCH 1'IIIINELLE CLOTHS AND
ALL-WOOL CHALLIS AT 7Bo.
"SPECIAL 1IAI1UAIN" IN PIHNTED INDIA
HII.KH AT 70e.; 1'OHMEIt I'ltlCES 51 nnd
ICO PIECES "EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS" IN IN
DIA BILKS OP MV OWN IMPOltTATION
AT SI, $!.. SUV) nnd fi.
"EXTItA VALUE" IN WHITE INDIA SILK
"ALL COLOILS'MN TLAIN 1NDJ A 8"'KS AT ,
NEW PLAIN ECflU INDIA PONGEES AT
loo., coo, nnd "Co.
EMllItOIDEHED INDIA PONGEE TniM.
MINOS AT "WtEATLY ItEDUCED
"CONFINED NOVELTIES" IN INDIA SILKS
WITH COHDED HTIIIPES AT SI.-J3.
NOVELTIES IN WASH HL'ltAlIS AND 05C
NEW LA TObCA, HUS8IAN AND UltAPEUV
NKW40-1NCII CHANTILLY LACE TLOUNC-
INH AT Sl.'JS to $0.
NEW (15-INCH DIHEOTOIIIE LACE 1'LOUNO
1NG8 HANGING 1'IIOM $4 to tn.
NEW MAUOUIHE LACE 1'I.OUNCINGS
HANGING l'HOM JHtiiSlDA YAUI).
NOVELTIES IN HEADED SILK (1HENA-
ALL THE "LATEST STYLES" IN PAHA-
hlll.H, IJ.llllUII.I.Aa AMU UAlllllAlii;
tCH01CE GOOD'S, TLAIN I'lOUlIES find
rcrry IlulldlnB, Pcnna. nvcnuo, eornor of
Ninth street. .Established 1810.
Wm. R. Relet,
Corner Ninth and E Streets N. W.,
Is oloslns out all kinds o(
DRV tG OODS
At Very Ileduced llatos.
JW (ITS AX1 HJ101SS,
003 l'l'.NNA. AVIS.
Xs tlxo Only Slioo
SOLD DIRECT TO THE CONSUMES
BY THE MANUFACTURER.
Fair white hands.x
Bright clear complexion
Soft healthful skin.
" PEARS' Tha Great English Complexion SDAP.Sold Everywtiere."
1115 F Street Northwest,
WASHINGTON, D. O.
Insaranee Bv okei
Houses and Lots for sale in all parts of
Loans in Sums to Suit on Approved City
Rents Collected, Prompt Returns.
Building for Investments a Specialty.
Fire Insurance written at Lowest Rates.
For special customers, Dwellings in
Northwest Section, rarrging in price from
$5,000 to $30,000 '
Also several Lots. west of Fourteenth
See Sunday Papers for Full List of Prop
erty for Sale.
Call and see me.
1115 F STREET N. ff
Easy Weekly. or Monthly Payments Taken.
LOOK AT OUR PRICE LIST :
Bedroom Sets In Toplar from 815 up.
Ilcdroom Sots In Oak nnd Cheiry from 833.
Dcdroom Sets In Walnut from $10.
Parlor Suites In Hair Cloth or Plusli from 333.
N. B. ALL CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE OF CHARGE. Our
terms are easier and our prices 25 per cent, lower than any other Credit
House. The Cheapest House in the City for cash.
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
bat Bollora.M 11.15 and 11.80 for Instantly tuaklns Tea or Colsa.
For largcand email families. J uit tlio ntoro for summer use, as yon extinguish tha ilr j
tuolmitantttiocoQltlns It dons. lor salo by tbo
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
4L13 TexL-WbL Sl32?eo-b DNT. "W.
AUGUST W. NOACK, rrculdcnt,
THE SHOOMAKER COMPANY,
(Successors to Bhoomaker & Horizon),
pine tUines, Liicjuotts, Cicjafs, &e.,
Hot. 1331 AND 1033 E 8TKBET NOItTnWEST,
Telephono Call, 617. WAsniNQTON, D. 0
ALL GOODS SOLD AT NKW TOtlK rtlOKS.
Awoilod Csos of ono dozen Wlnw.liqtiora anij Cordial) At dozen pdew.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Incrnln Carpets from S3o. up,
I Extrn Kuner Tnarnlns frnmKOa.: S nlv. 11.00.
Brussels Carpot from 75o.
FIIANC13 aAItUOKS. Hcorotary.
AND JODDER3 OV
Our Spring Exhibition
Millinery and Dress
APRIL 11, 12, 13 AHD IS,
Evory Departmont OlTors a
Our Millinery Department,
Clilldrcn'slicliool Sailors ...15c
Oar Ribbon Department,
Ko. 10, Fancy Ribbon ...80
Our Corset Department,
Warner's Corollnc... fiOo
Our Lace Department,
Oriental nounclhg.i SSo
Our Men's Hat Dept.,
BoyV Fine Casslmoro Tolo Capi Bo
Our Men's Furnishing Dept,
Our Coon Brand of Men's Cuffs 10c
Our Dress Goods Dept., '
Heavy Oros Grain Bilk 09c
Our Notion Department,
00 yd. Flno Spool Silk Oo
Our Hosiery Department,
Children's l'rcnoh Ribbed lloo .So
Our Wrap Department,
Ladles' Fercllncs t-I.W
Our Domestic Dept.,
Fruit of tlio Loom He
Our Shoe Department,
Infants'. Sliocs,., , IOo
Our Carpet Department,
Heavy Fancy Matting 10c
On account of tho great rush of tho Flro
Salo wo aro unablo now to offer a complete
list of Exhibition prlcos. Cull down .
U and p Eleventh St, S, E,
SfAll Hats and Bomiots trimmed gratis.
EDWARD P. DROOP,
Calls attention to his largo stock of STEIN
WAV, Chnso & Oablcr, Wliccloek, llrlgss,
Dcliulngnnd other I'ianos. Tho wonderful
jclf-playlnrf :ollan nnd Cabinet Organs,
bold on installments, oxohanged, renled, ro-
iinlrcd, tuned. .moved and stored. Vlollus,
llnujos nnd (luitnrs. String a specialty,
blicct Music and Musical Merchandise nt the
old Htand, 0-J5 rennn. avo.
Grand, Upright and Square
Sped 1 attention of purchasers Is Invited to
"NEW ARTISTIC STVLKS,"
Finished In daslsnsof
"HiailEST DKCOItATIVE Altr."
riANOS FOR nENT.
Second-hand Tlanos at All I'rlcoa.
Wm. Knabb So Co.,
817 Market Space.
Glintleicil ly Congress, 181)7.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $170,000
New Building, northeast corner
th st. und Loulsluuu n o.
ALBERT A. WILSON, C. W. HOWARD.
THOMAS I'AIIKEH. It. II. HAZARD,
Vice-President. Asst, Secretary.
OII.X KDHK or
And yon will always have boautltul Brand,
Holla and UldculU. Wholosalo Depot, cor.
nor First atreot and Indiana ayonuo.
WM. M. QAL.T & CO.
jseeds, Mni-lilng-lllrd Food. Bird D.iln. Tli.
i tli'S.lilraueailli lecsiori'r.inrinirini'i, p
, nlsu I'oou lurAiiunria i-iu. it-initu ,i
' hv uisiiui'. ins u rn Man 01 usiunioro. v
, Md. Aiuerlra's inoit csprrienrcd Bird
I Fnuclur, For unlo by prlucliml llrug
Hints unuurueers,. ask foil uisuui-s, tti.
'sWouo other. Iff
JOHN F, ELLIS
937 Penn. Avenue,
WEAK TENTH STREET,
Tiie Oldest nnd Larpcit Hnsio
Ilonse in the City,
fcOLE AGENTS FOR TUB
HENRY F. MILLER
Tho most Hcautiful nnd Perfect
1'inno mndo In the World,
Mason & Hamlin
The Mo Justly Celebrated In
6trnmonts Ever Mado.
AMER.CAH m FOREIGN SHEET MUSIC,
MUSIC BOOKS, MUSICAL INSTRU
MENTS AND MUSICAL HERCH&N
. DISE OF ALL KINDS,
Telephone, No. 1 8.
F, ELLIS & CO,,
937 Penna. Avenue,
NEAH TENTH STREET.
Dn. E.G. Wests NrnraAND HniiHTuBiT
iitNT, a guaranteed spocllla for Hystorla, Uls
zlness. Convulsions, Fits, NurvouiNouralgla,
llcaduehe. Nervous prostration earned by tho
uso of alcohol or tobucop. Wakef ulnoss.Mental
Dipro9slon,Bortoiiingof tlio Urala resulting tn
Insanity and loudlug to mlsory, deoay and
deatli, Promaturo Old Ago, Uarronnoss, Loss
of Power In either sex, Involuntary tosse
and Upcrmatorrlicca caused by ovor-oxortlon
o( the Drain, self-abuse or ovor-!iidulgenco.
Knoh box coiUalns ono month's troatment:
$1 a box, or six boxes for J3, tont by mall
prepaid on roue pt of prloe.
' ' WIS OUA1IANTKK SIX BOXn8 , ,
tocuronnyenso. With oaoli ordor reeolvod
by ui for six boxy, aooompantod with S3,
wo will send the purolmsor our wrltton
guarantoo to refund thomonoylf tho treat
ment doos not effect n euro. Guarantees
tssuod only by O. CIIKISXIANI, Druggist,
tons Aoent, 18l Pcuna. avo., botweon M
and Oth sis.
m i' m 17 fj H Li II urn H
I Tlicra tiny Capsulos rrot In
'in liniim Wliumit iiioomcn- u.nj
lonce, mope atrcctlons in wnicnim mi
(lopalba.UulKU irnd InlMtlwuV u"'j
a rosiTivi: cum: roit
HN I IN I Y hmv or I'"'"" MA-
1I1JJXI UHJJJl iliuiiii, fliirviiuBiiwBw,
UiKiLnnc. .,f itnilv iiml Mind. Lnek nf
Hlrcngtli. Vigor and l)celopineiit, rniuoil by
Krrurs, Kxtica, .o. Modo of Sclf-trent-ment
mid l'l oofs mulled (enkd) free. Address
r.ltlli MCUIl'AI. CO , Utl'KAIA), N. Y.
BED CE033 SIUI01TD IUVD..
Tbe oriiBI, iinlr Rrnuln
n3 tnou rHil l-lll fvr mIu. j
NfV. treed f mad cB-atuil.C
1 In rd meUlUa boif i. h1m
''vtlih liluarlhhAn sndiiMShl
i.u other. AtUrufgtU. iUtUUln
I Mtbl toci wltu liik wrpivd tut
Kn4 4e. (itrnpi) for PH4Urt Ol
ltller fop 1 udl. 4 Uttwr. br
return mU. 10,000 rtiiaonlntrrom UQIttj"10
UMUHltbemvItU tfurooti NAME PAPER.
OH TUG LKJIUU IU1UT t'IMIIISCUIIF.DlIY
AllllIMtillCIIIKd Ull. 1IAINKV UOIi.
Cun IiokUoii lii n cupof coffooor tea Willi
nut tliukiiolidi;utif tho person takluiclt- H
Is abboluttly liarmlesSf unci will cfTeet n injr
miiiieut and speedy euio, wbetlicr tlio patient
Is it intxlcrnte drinker or uu nleolinllo wreck.
It has been dven In thousands of cases, nnd
In owry Instnnco a perfect euro tins followed,
IT NI'.Yl'.U l'AII.8, Tlio svstom onco Impreg-
nil! ill uiiii 1110 mictiiiu, it uecoines un uui'i-
liniiossliilllty for thu liquor nppetllo to exist.
tor sine uy n. r. Aiiii.iiiiiii'r 1110 Jiuuut
House; R.K. IIKI.PIIKNSTI.NK, lltti St. und
Vermont avo., Washington.
PEEhLEIS lit BOUkXUHSVIUKfc
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