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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EYENTNG, APRIL 10, 1889.
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Ainvcoii's Mile Itlipa.
? m'ionai "Tho Crystal Slipper."
II Minis' Hunt' Mls Adn (Irny.
Kiukan'k -JIny Howard's Iluilexiuo I'd.
Tumi promises to bo moro txipuhr thin
et this random I'lnyrr Villi tlnrt n full
Imp of gondson Mil counter nttut prlco.
Ilornnim's Dingle uiuimt St 'it
Horsmnn's llrrkrly ini-qtict Ill
llonmnu's be.ihrlulit i nrqiict I M
1'ci k A. SnyihrS I rankllii raeiiuet I II
Peek A sndcr'neckmnn racquet tin
Jtonil A Co.'s EnglNh racquets.
llHbyMcKcc. . ..S .1" I Oxford S?.W
I'llnuton 1.41 Alexandria 171
lUmli-or 1,W Vnmr MO
llartnnl . in I Ahhy I.M
Ni ft, Poles, balls, holt, inp, Ac.
Boti" Vaiulti Stoiii",
Hmitii A. Wvunwm.,
TO. 707, Tl)1 Xtiitkct Sp.ieo.
I.xlra IIiiirhIii In Sriittli (llugliniii
Mcsrs. W. I). Clark Af'o.,oncnf ourropro
rcntntlvi) dry-good butio, v hioli l centrally
located, at Ml Market Hpnue unit Pemil
Tnnla inruuo nortliu est, arc Jnit In reculpt
of sixty patterns of lininlomo Scotch gliuham
roles, hlch they Hill place on their counters
in morrow morning for Inspection nml sale.
Ilieso elegant nnd desirable rotieswlll lit)
offered nt on.Aatliclrreul value. In order to
rlinr tliem out at onie, and nt tlio snmo tlmo
to gh o their customers a chance to obtain an
linusuully good bargain,
Jlmhlcn's Spring mid Humninr (looils.
This popular Installmi nt establishment, ut
ICO and mi fe cntli street u. w Is receiving It
full supply of sptlng and summer goods, vlr.t
All sl'cs and finalities of n frlgcrntors, tloslr
nblo bed room fits In solid ink, also now
mnttlngs, baby currlaees, carpets, etc. Par
tics desiring to furnish their houses inn find
nnj thine tliey mljiht want In Huddeti'it on a
usli basis with easy weekly or monthly pay
levels to suit tho pui chaser.
Cntcli on to 'Uil..
Kow Is tho season (o buy your paints, oils
nnd brushes. It would pay foil to c.illonjl.
M. nrown, cornor of 8ccntli and N streets
northwest, before purchasing elsewhere,
llouclitnn Co.'s tint Hull's.
Lowest prlcoplllow eicr offered, slro 18x10
forUOc. each; 1CM Clrny Illunkets, 81.S3 per
tialr, former price, $l,U;lro Cots, Sl-V)
S'HClIi . HUirS UBIU 4H1U till) HUM PUlll lit JV.
Pacli. Yon should see ourjl and $1.23 chairs,
ully to per cent, lower than their real value
lit W. U, Ilocuirrox & Co.'s, 1 H8 nnd liW st,
' Coinmututlon Tlckots,
The Ilcrdlo Phaeton Company hnvo now
for-tmloat Its offlcos.iuth nun Osts. so. o. and
l!13Kst.n,w commutation books contain
Inn 100 tickets, good on all Its lines of coaches,
I.OB Cabin Older Mill,
ficventh street, opnoslto Patent ofllco, Paro
Jtustett Cider made fresh otery duy. Try a
Klass and leave your order.
Htlddou Hprlni; floods.
This reliable, and well established Install
ment houso Is now milking Improvements
ready for tho sprlnir trnde. This establish
mentis located at ( and lr!! Seventh street
ecrthwest. Their new stock Is arriving, con
flstlnc In part of a cliolco selection of matt Ins,
baby citrrinires, carpets, stoves, f nrnltnrc, etc.,
if 11 at tho lowust cash prices on t ho Installment
plan, weekly or monthly payments.
It Is the lint.
Ask for It. fjchlltr.'s Milwaukee. Laser
Veer, l'or sale ut all leadlui; house!.
For Wuslilngton llresserl lleef
po to John It. Kelly, stalls OX, C.'Oand aiO Cen
tre Market, and 3)0 and !X)3 Nerthorn Liberty.
Corned beef a spcclulty.
CITY ANl HCnUKUAh.
Iho American Consolidated Toleptiono
Company met In Alexandria jestcrdiiy.
Tho Virginia Stato llnuor licenses are
sow duo and aro rapldlj being taken out,
Votomae Lodge, I. O. 0. F, of Alex
amltla, aro going to give an entertainment
qn the. 16th. v
. -J. IV. YIKcn of Missouri. .7. 1. Varker
of Indiana and William .1. Mch'eoof Mlchl
Rsnwcro adralttcd to the U. 8. Huprcme
, A branch of tbu National Association
pf Naval Veterans was orgaulxcd at Tem
perance. Tcrardo last evening, with Isaac
Ijiowton a comuiandor and J. T. llcnsley,
if. II. riant, president of the Savannah,
Florida and Western Hallway Company,
and owner of n lino of steamers to Tampa,
passed through this cltj jesterday wlthlils
wife, en ronto to Now York and tho Paris
Captain Kntwlstlo of thu ktcnmcrAr
run smith, which arrived from Norfolk jes
ter day, rcpotts that Saturday's storm (ltd a
great deal of damagu donn the river.
Wbarvcs and bath-house wcro washed
away at many of tho down-river resorts.
Tho Kmunclputlon Celebration.
At a mcctlug of tho coramlttco of ar
xaugements In connection with tho ap
proaching Kninnclpatlon Day parade, In the
fourth llaptlit Church last evening a nura
Icr of dttalls wcro arranged. It was an
counted that 0. V. Slorton Vost, 0. A, It,,
and tho Excelsior Light Infantry would
tako part In tho parade. The Invitations
tu attend the inciting on tho evening of
April 10 bao been accepted by tho follow
ing public men, In addition to tho Presi
dent: Surctary of tho Interior Noble,
Postmnsler-ficncral Wnnamakcr, Senators
Hnwjernndllawlcy, Hon. John M. Lan(j
ntou, Petersburg, Vo., and Hon. A. M,
Halo or ..iHprlesliIe."
"Inglcslde," tho old Corkhlll and Wal
trldgo estate, about scventj-onc acres,
northwett of the city, was sold nt auction
by Mr. Walter II. 'Williams jcttinlny for
?1BO,MO, to John A. Hakir, representing a
Boston bjnillcjtc. 'lhu trait Is to be di
vided Into small lots. Among tho bidders
v.cro James II. Marr. John V.. lleull, Hlch
aril Pulro, representing a New York syn
dicate: Austin 0, llrown it Ilro., represent
ing!! Portland svndlcatu; Kcucral J. 11.
lluniniondof St. Paul, Mjron .M, Parker
ai it J, II. Wimcr.
Itccnuiinciideil for Appointment.
At tho meeting of the National Veteran
Club last night a resolution w us adopted
decjailng that cx-Unlon soldier should
tiaui Immediate and !ulttnntlal recognition
6j" -tho Adwlnlbtratlon, and that civil
fcnlcorulcb should not stnud in the way of
At a mcctlug of tho Now York Itepubll
eans latt ulght a protest was made against
tl.u retention of General Johnson as Com
TjiiMlour of Railroads.
Hun Down by IIIcjcIom.
Mr. John McKcnuy, n gentleman about
GO years of ago, was run down by bicycler
last night almut 8 o'clock at tho comer of
Fltticnth and I streets and seriously In
jured. He was carried to tho drug storo
ncur by, where a hurried examination was
niadob Dr. Hagucr, who stated (hat tho
Kg had liccn broken In two places. A
tarrlago was called and tho injured man
was cunvejed to his home. Ho Is reported
(o bo nstlug comfortably to-day.
Tho New YorK Train Delayed.
Tho train from New York ami Boston,
duo hero our tlio Pennsylvania Hallroad at
10:1.1 this morning, was delnjeil nearly an
l.ourb) tlio burning of one of the sleeping
ears. Tho accident happcucd near Porry
jlllu ut about B o'clock and Is supposed in
lnuelun occasioned h tho ovcr-heatlug
(f tho sti am-pipes used fur heating tho ear,
linn which tho wood-work was ignited,
Nolcdj hurt. There -were many Washing
tonlmis on tho train.
ltellrf for Destitute,
The National Association for tho Belief
of Pcttttuto Coloied Women mid Children
IjeUl iheir quarterly meeting at tho homo
jtstcrday. Tlio ilcc-prisldint, Miss I.oiiUo
ilwau, handed In a contribution of 100
gitcu l Mrs. Senator Stanford fur tlio pur
yoeo of unslsling tho kitchen garden and
tho j.urthatc of garden implements for tho
loj. 'Ilio quarterly reports wcro tub
lultlcil J '
Jlclurn nf the Guard of Honor,
llic guard of honor of tho remains of tho
lutu Jatnrs I. Christie, consisting of Cap
(slu leaac, IJuVett and Messrs, II. II,
Shltcrn. W. It. Koynohls, Georgo H. Boyd
uliI ( ltd Wurdui, ruturue-d here this morn
lK fronl Ihclr Journey to Dover, Jf. H,, at
vhH'hjiloco the funeral of Mr, Chmlle
Rck plate yetcrdaj,
I II 11 CA1I2 VI11AI,."
Now I'lny I'rrsenteil by llhon
"The Caso Vldal," tho now play wrltton
for Mile, lthea, was put on nt Albaiigh's
last night nnd drew nn elegant nudlence,
Mrs. President Harrison, Mrs. llussoll liar
rison, Mrs, McKcc, Secretary Proctor and
Mrs. Senator Hearst and party of ladles
being among those In attendance. "Tho
Caso Vldal" Is a modified form of "I'o
dorn," with Just n slmdo too much blood
and detectives In It. but still affording op
porfunllirs for good acting on tho part of
star and eatellltts as well. Ithca's charac
ter of Mmgharltn I'loWlsonoof dltcrslty
and sho niecls all It emotional phosos In
heroin nrtljtlennd captivating manner. A
lighter part than Mnrfflinrlla Is Sabill
lutitluml, by Miss Ida Waterman, which
tinder her skillful hands become it perfect
gem In Ms Interpretation. In thu trial
Kccne, tho strongest In tho play, Miss
Waterman Is simply perfect lu her work,
Mr, Owens' faiart la ntsn n very good
port, and was done with a quiet enso and
strength which bespeaks for him it power
orgrentnr things as ho grows older. Mr.
Hnrrls ns Langlade, Mr. Kraucocur as
1'olrct, oud-MIss Dante n liiifa wcro all
upcrlor,and no part In tho cast was poorlv
takm, though thcro wcro some parts which
might bo Ictt out with ndvantago to tho
movement of tho play. Again this ovenlng.
llox ofllco open to-morrow for nlo of
seats for American Opera Company at AI
baugli' next week, llopertolro: Monday,
"Pnust:" Tuesday. "Marltnnn;" Wednes
day, "Tlio Masked Halls" Thursday, ''II
Trovalorc;" Prldav, "I.urlas" Satunlay
matinee, "Faust;" night, "Bohemian
Scat on alo for "Main Line," at Harris'
DIJou next week,
Miss Nilllo Page, tho prottlest girl In tlio
May Howard llurlcsqticrs at Kcrnan's, was
at ono tlmo ouo of tho best known society
girls of North St. Louis, ami belonged to
on excellent family. Sho was a star nt all
amateur entertainment, nnd every girl In
that part of town lived In tho bono that
some, tlmo sho would bo as pretty and
popular a Nellie, Page. Nclllo Is still
pretty and popular, but lu n somewhat dif
Tho Iloston Ideal at Kcrnan' next week
In "Uncle Tom' Cabin," especially adapt
ed to the vaudcvlllo stages.
Tliero was n great big crowd at tho
"Crtal Slipper" last night, and front-row
scats were at u premium. This Slipper I
llko most other slippers it improves tho
longer it is on.
Usunllv thcro' nothing very swell about
Colonel llllly Hiijdcuof thoCrjstal Slipper
Company, but thcro I now. It la on 111
Colonel Hrltton of tho PJJou will turn
out bis spring slde-whlskcr as soon as tho
last frost has reported.
First-class varieties at tho Olobo all tho
A Queer Name
In tlio City Directory for tho current
year Is found tho naino of "Pork and
Deans," which belongs to a fisherman re
siding on Water street, third north of, Us
lava. From tho compiler of tho Directory
the following account of tho man nnd his
queer name Is obtained: Tho man came hero
about two years ago as a sailor onboard
of a vosscl from the Mediterranean. Ho be
came dissatisfied with hi berth on tho ves
sel and found somo fishermen hero with
whom lie cast his lot.
Ho Mas reticent concerning hi past his
tory, and having devclonod on board tho
flehing-smack n peculiar fondness for pork
and beans, hi companions, for want of a
tetter name, alwa spoko of him and ad
dressed him as "Pork and Beans." Gradu
ally ha caino to recognlzo this name, and
adopted it as hi own. IIo owns somo
property in hi natlvo land, and a ) oung man
who has been conducting his correspond
denco signs his letters "Pork nnd Deans."
Tho fisherman' has also received letters
bearing this address: "Pork and Beans,
Mobllo, Ala." Mobllo llcglstcr.
Tlio Wushlncton Stylo,
When Attotnoy-Goncral Miller first ar
rived In Washington ho looked like a
plain country lawyer on nn outing. IU
BiUtof rusty black had an unfashionable,
cut and set. He woro a turndown collar,
with a shoestring necktie, and tho kind of
high-top boots which allow tho trousers to
find refugo when the enow Is deep. Strag-
f;llng and untrimmed whiskers fringed his
loncst face. Now ho has changed all this.
In tho ltiggs House tho other night ho woro
an elegant full dress suit of fine material,
fashlouablo cut nnd perfict tit, nnd ho
looked thoroughly at homo In It. A snowy
bosom was decked out with a sot of qulot
studs and tho glossy Plcadllly collar w a
hedged around by n lawn tlo of tho regula
tion order. Patent-leather shoes encased
his foct. HI whiskers, too, hao been cut
and trimmed so neatly that many of his old
friends havu tilook at him two or three
'times beforo being certain of hJs Identity,
II. & O. Trains lo Now Turk,
All B. it O. trains to Now York run
through, without change or transfer. Pull
man's Buffet Parlor Cars on day trains,
nnd Pullman' Sleepers on night trains,
Aterngo tlmo faster than via any other
route Sco II. & O. time-table, this paper.
Sitting Bull, Gall, Johu Glass and other
hostllo Indians, show a disposition to ac
cept $1. 2.5 per aero for tho lands on tho
Great Sioux Ucscrvatlon.
This powder novcr varies. A inarvol of
purity, strenuth nnd wholcsomencss. Moro
economical than thoordlnary kinds, and can
not bo sold In compctlon with tho multitude,
of low-test, short-weight nlum or phosphate
powders tM only In can).
HOYAI. IIAKINOI'OWDBR CO.,
1011 Wall street. Naw York.
H AM HA M
j i(iit riKiirYi
to bad there teen
great tout in my
vase, one nncii
w a cute ii
lottlea of Klu'A
Cieuni J ll in iliili
the wo)k. Mji
roiee ami heailt
are irell (I A J
hi Mo H -FEVER.
Apailtelols applied Into each nostril and
Is agreeable 1'rhoW cents at Ilrueitlstss by
malVreftliteicd. Co clnts, KI.Y-.lllllilTIKItS,
60 nrrcn street, Now York.
WHKN THK OtAFNKSO is csusto f
BCARLCT FCVCH, COLDO,
MEAULE8, CATAtinH, 4.C.
TMI USIOr TMC INVISIBIC
which U the turn to ttui en i
Atim ATM tit ttiA ft mi. nd fDM
b Mora month without runout
Ha il f Blr by
A, WALE. UrWiepwl, C)m.
Tlio Kprlng hesslnn llcgiin I.nst
Tho Washington Prcsbjtcry began Its
spring session last night at tho Western
Prcsbjtcrlan Church on II street, between
Nineteenth nud Twentieth northwest. Dr.
Hcrsbey poko on "Needs of Presby
terians." After tho evening sermon llev. Dr. Hal
longer, tho secretary of tho Prosbytcry of
Westminster Church, called tho roll and
tho following minister answered to their
names: Itcs. ihron Sunderland, 1). F,
Dlttlngcr, John Chester, Joseph T. Kelloy,
C. II, Knmsdcll, 1 hcodore B.Vi j nkoon, John
(1. Cralchcad, Francis M. Todd, Thomas
8. Chllds, Thomas Fiillerton, Tennis 8.
Hamlin, Seott 8. Hcrshey, William 8. Mil
ler, T. DaWs lllclmrds, J. A. Whttakcr, I.
K. Noble and F, ,T, Grlmke.
licv. D. L. ltalhbuuot Darncstown, Mil,,
was choicu moderator, llev. T. l).ls
lllchards was cloitcd nnslstaut secretary,
Tho Presbytery ordered that tho regular
order of business should bo preserved and
tlio minutes read, Itev. Mr. Wjnkoop of
Western Presbyterian Church presented tho
report of tho Committee of Arrangements,
which outlined for to-day tho order of busi
ness. Kxerclsc began to-day nt 0.30 n. m., tho
first half of tho morning session being de
voted to Dlvlno worship. Itcccss followed
at 1'J.no for luncheon, which was provided
by tho ladles of tho church. At '2 p. m. tho
Presbytery resumed business, and will re
main in session till 0:30 p. in., when a recess
will bo taken till 7:30 p. m. Tho ovenlng
session will bo devoted to freo conversation
and narratlvo on tho stato of religion In the
Another Clinuco for tlio Kngllsli,
Phlladolplilan (Jocosely) How about
that story that tho St. Louis brewers wcro
offered S,000,000 for their property by nn
Kugllsh sjndlcato and refused ?
Chicago Man (musingly) Well, that
might bu true; but I guess If any sjndlcato
should offer $8,000,000 for St. Louis without
tho breweries it would bo snapped up
SODK.V MINIlllAI, rASTiXlVKS. which
wcro awarded Iht Itlqhttt dlctlnctlon by ft
medical Jury nt tho International Kxposltlon
at Ilmssols, liavo proved to bo n llrst-clasi
remedial atxent In nil Catarrhs of thooreans
of respiration nnd digestion.
SODIIN MIKI.KAT, VARTIIXISS aro
proscribed by physicians In diseases of tho
lungs and chest and asthma. Tho benefit
derived from their uo 1 unsurnassod, nnd
even In tho most chronic, cases tlicy soothe,
caso nnd stimulate.
ROD11N MINI'.KAT. rA8Tir,T.EJ nro
prcfcrabla to ullslmll,ir preparations, becauso
thoynron natural lemcily, an unadulterated
product of tlio springs, containing In an un
diminished deer eo all tho sanatlvo principle
of tbeso springs.
RODP.N MINERAL l'ASTIIXKS nro
prepared oxiliishcly undor tho personal su
pervision nnd eonliol of V. 8T01XTHNU,
if. V., K. K., Sanitary Councillor,
SODEN 1MINKISAI, FASTIM.ES nro
nncnuallcd as a BOlvcnt In cousin and ca
tarrhs, cen In tho most chronlo cases. Their
success 1 unsurpassed.
SODEN MINKItAI, VARTILTtUS nro n
Biijierlor remedy In whooplm; cough nnd diph
theria: In tho former they lessen tho parox
ysm of tho attack, while preventing tho lat
er dl sease, which cannot tako hold In ft
hioat not affected by catarrh.
SODVN MINKRAT, I'AHTII,I,i:S derlvo
tnerensod vnltio from the fait of having a
very fa volatile Inllucnco upon tlio oricans of
SOI1KN MINHRAC FASTII.T.BS ought
to bo kept In every home. All mother nro
recommended to urgo their ohlldren during
thn cold season to allow a pastille slowly tn
melt In tholr mouths vfhilo out on errands or
cotng to school. , ,
SODBN MINIlltAT, FASTII.T.US aro
for snlo at nearly all druggists nt 50c.n box.
Should your druggist riot keep thom, kindly
SOLE AOIINCT FOIt THE IT. 8.
Sotlon Minoral Springs Oo. (Limitotl),
IS CKDAIt STnCIlT, NEW YORK.
11oti:i, Auvo Is tho finest In tho city.
Hotel Auno is tho finest In tho city.
OVEH A 2IILL10N DIbTlttUUTED.
L3ji bo L.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO.
Incorporated by tho Legislature In ISM for
Educntloual and Cliarltablu purposes, and Its
franchlso made a part of tlio present btato
Constitution, In 1870, by an o Eiiwuzutma
Its OltAND EXTrtAOnniNABY DRAW
INUS tako placo Seml-Annually (Juno nnd
December) nnd Its OlIANl) bINOLK NUM
IlKlt DItAWlNOS tako placo on each of tho
other ten months In tlio year, and aro nil
drawn In public, at tho Academy of Music,
Now Orleans, La.
"Wo do hereby certify that wo suporvlso
the arrangements for nil tho Monthly nnd
l-cml-Aiinunl Drawings of ThoLonlilanaStato
Lottery Co., and In person munago and con
trol tho Drawings themselves, and that tho
6amo nro conducted with honesty, fairness
and In good falthtownid nil parties, nnd wo
authorize tho Company tousothls ccitlllcato,
with fac-slmlles of our signatures attached, In
G. T. Beauregard,
J. A. Early,
Wo tho undersigned Banks and Bankers
will pay all I'rlzn drawn In tho Louisiana
btato Lotteries, which may bo presented at
It. 51. M ALMSLEI, Prest. La. Nat. Bank.
r. 1.AH aux, rrost. Stato Nat. Hank,
A. IIAMMm, Prest. N, 0. Nat. Hank.
CAUL KOIIX, Prest. Union Nat. Bank.
Will tako placo at tho Academy of Music,
New Orleans, TUESDAY, April 10, 1S.
GAPITAL RRIZE S300.000
100,000 Tickets ntTwcutvDollars, Halves,
$10; quarters, S3 00; Tenths, J.'.Otf;
LIST OF PHIZES;
i rniZE opswonooois sioo.ooo
i Pitt.i: op io ooois 100,000
l t'lti.i: op co.ooois u),ooo
1 l'HIZK OP S3.0001 avooo
ai'itizusop 10,000 nio ao.ooo
a phizes op o.ooo uro gvoon
S3 PRIZES OP 1,000 uro "3 000
110 PHIZES (IP WO aro 50,000
WO PRIZES OP 800 nro 00,000
tCOPHlZESOP SlOOaro 100,000
100 Prizes of $500 nro SM.OOO
ion l'rlieg of koo mo ;w,iX)
looltlzcsof WW are 20,000
000 Prizes of J10O are $00,000
oouPiizcsot loo nro , w.ooo
0,131 Prizes, amounting to $1,031,800
Notf. Tickets drawing Capital Prlzej'aro
not entitled to Terinlual Prizes.
rSTFnnCivnltA'rrs, or'nny further Infnr
million doslred, wrlto legibly to tho undnr
Blgned, clearly stating jour resldenco, with
blntn, County, htreot and Number, Moro
raild return mall delivery will bo assured bv
jour enclosing an Em clopo bearing your full
Send Postal Notes, Expiess Monoy Orders,
of New York Exchay.'o In ordinary letter.
Currency by Express tat our oxponso) ad
dressed M. A. DAUPHIN,
Now Oricans, La;
Address Registered Letters to
New Orleans National Dank,
Now Orleans, La,
T1EMEMRER THAT ONE DOLLAR Is tho
Prlco of tho emnllest part or fraojlon of a
ticket Issued In any drawing. An) thing in
our name offered nt n legs prlco U either a
counterfeit or ft swindle,
REMKMHKII, nlno, that tho payment of
Prlcs Is (It'ARANTEIil) HV VOUlt NA
TIONAL HANKS of Now Orleans, nnd tlio
Tickets are signed by tho President of an lu
stllutlon whoso chartered rights nro reoog
nlzed In I be highest Courts; tberoforo, beware
of all Imitation and anonymous tcbomes,
A general court-martial will meet at
Norfolk on tho 15th Instant for the trial
of enlisted men.
Tho tug l'ortnno has been ordered lo
proceed from Norfolk to Washington with
Captain II. L, Phythtan has gono to New
York as dolegato to tho Tlmo Convention,
which meets there to-day.
Paymaster Wi W. Harry ha bcon ordered
to report at tho Iloston Navy-Yard for ex
amination by medical ofllcers a to his
Medical Director Albert L. (llhon, who
has been In tho city for several dn)s, re
turn lo his post nt tho llrooklui Naval
Tlio President's I.lttlo .Toko.
When Mr, Harrison was told that tho
four cities, Chicago, St, Louis, Leaven
worth and Cincinnati, had all gono Demo
cratic, ho remarked that ho was not sur
prised; all tho loading Republicans wcro In
Washington after ofllce. Toledo Doe.
FOE THE RICES.
Patrons of the Ivy City
Races who drive out will
find a Horse Blanket and a
Carriage Robe a necessity.
We are going heavily into
this branch of the business,
and our new stock of 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. s-
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 $3.50. '
Fine Scotch Flannel Lap
Robes, in tan and serpent
green checks, very elegant,
Embroidered Green Cloth
Lap Robes, $2.75 to $4.
Cor. lllli and P Sis. N. W.
(Specialties In Spring If aurics.
HA8 JUST OPENED A LARGE LINE OP
NOVELTIES IN PLAIN ANI1 FANCY EN(I
LlSff MOHAIRS AT Wo., T3o. and $1.00 A
NOVELTIES IN PARIS COMI1INATION
bUI't R RANOINO PROM $10 to $JS.
NOVELTIES IN PRENOII SIDE BAND SUIT
INGS AT 81 to 3 A YARD.
NEW 40-1XCII ALL-WOOL HENRIETTAS AT
NEW 40-INCH ALL-WOOL HENRIETTAS AT
TBo and St.
NEW40-1NOII SILK WARP HENHIETrAS,
IN ALL COLORS, AT $1 and Sl.fflS. T
NEW 60 INCH MELANGE HEROES AT $1.
NEW 4 J INCH PRUNEI.L15 CLOTHS AND
ALL-WOOL OIIALI.IS AT 75e.
"SPECIAL IIAROAIN" IN PRINTED INDIA
SILKB AT 70c.; FORMER PRICES $1 and
ICO PIECES "EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS" IN IN'-
DIA SILKS OP MY OWN IMPORTATION
AT $1, $l,'i ll.W and $'.'.
"EXTRA VALUE" IN WRITE INDIA bILK
"ALL COLORS" IN PLAIN INDIA SILKS AT
75o., 83o. and $1.
NEW PLAIN EORU INDIA PONGEES AT
Iflo., We. and 76c.
EMIIROIDERKD INDIA PONOER TRIM-
MINGS AT "OltEATLY REDUCED
"CONFINED NOVELTIES" IN INDIA SILKS
WITH CORDED STRIPES AT 913.
NOVELTIES IN WASH SURAHS AND OX
NEW LA TOSCA, RUSSIAN AND DRAPERY
NEW 40 INCn CHANTILLY LACE FI.OUNC-
1NOS AT $1.23 to $0.
NEW 03-INCH DIKIiorOIRR LACE TLOUNO
ING8 RANGING PROM tl to 88.
NEW MAROU1SE LACK l'T.OUNCINGH
HANGING FROM SB to $1.' A YARD.
NOVELTIES IN HEADED SILK GREXA-
ALL THE "LATEST STYLES" IN PARA-
bOI.R, UMI1RELLAS AND UAHRIAUi:
tSrCIIOlCE GOODS, TLA1N FIOURES and
Terry Hulldlnir, Pcnna. uvenuo, cornor of
Ninth street. Established 1810.
m. R. Riley,
Corner Ninth and E Streets N. W.,
Is oloslng out all kinds of
DRV G OODS
At Very Reduced Rates.
hoots Ann snovs,
1. y- j s s -j --.A
003 l'KNNA. AVK.
Xs tlio Only jSlxoo
SOLD DIRECT TO THE CONSUMED
BY THE MANUFACTURER.
MEDICINEMt Jt HHIPIkVI
For Ml Stomacli Impairefl.
SOLD BIT Alili DRUGGISTS.
PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX.
Prepared only by THOS. BEECiM, St. Helens, Lancashire, England.
jB. Jr7. ALhEJST & CO., Sole Agents
For United States, 365 & 367 Canal St., Mew York.
Who (If your druggist docs not keep tliem) will, mail llcccham's
Pills on receipt of price hit inquire first. (Please mention this paper.)
1115 F Street Northwest,
WASHINGTON, D. O.
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, ranging 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 H. W,
Easy Weekly or Monthly Payments Taken.
LOOK AT OUR PRICE LIST :
Ilcdroom Sots In Voplnr from J1S up. Ingrain Cnrpots from 23o. up.
Ilcdroom Bets In Oak nnd Cherry from S33. i Ultra fiupor Ingrains from Wo.; 3 ply, $1.00.
Ilcdroom Bets lu Walnut from $10. llrussols Carpot from 73o.
I'arlor Suites lu Hair Cloth or riush from $33.
N. D. 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 Stovesjfor Cooking!
Cas Dotlers at 81.10 aud ll.fiO for Instantly making Tea or Coffee.
For larccland small families. Just the stovo lot summer use, ai you extlasuWUttn tiro
tlio Instant the cooklus Is done, l'or .alo by tho
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Xon-isli Street XT- "W.
AUGUST W. NOACK, l'resldcnt.
THE SHOOMAKER COMPANY,
(Successors to ShoomaUer & Ilcrtzog),
IMronTEltS ANfa J0DDKn9 ov
pine tCtincs, liiqaons, Ciafs, &c,
Nos. 1031 AND 1333 E flTIUSET NOItinWKST,
Telci-liono Call, 017. ' WASHINGTON, D. 0
ALL OOODS SOLD AT NEW YOHK PKICBS.
Assottod Caiejof ono aozert yrines. Liquors-and iCordlals at dozen prices.
A "J. K
Digestion Disoraerefl Liver.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
FItANCIS OAIILICICS, Seorotary.
Our Spring Exhibition
Millinery and Dress
APRIL 11, 13 AND 15.
Evory Dopartmont Offers a
Our Millinery Department,
Children's School Sailors..... ISo
Oar Ribbon Department,
Ko. 10, Fancy lllbbon 8u
Our Corset Department,
Warner's Corollno y.COc
Our Lace Department,
Oriental Flounclnpr 2Jo
Our Men's Hat Dept.t
Hoys' Flno Casslmcro Folo Caps So
Our Men's Furnishing Dept.,
Our Coon Drand of Men's Cuffs 10c
Our Dress Goods Dept.,
Heavy Gros Grain bilk Wo
COyd.Fluo Spool Silk fjo
Our Hosiery Department,
Chlldron's Frcnoh Itlbbcd IIoso So
Our Wrap Department,
Ladlos1 Fcrcllnes (3.99
Our Domestic Dept.,
Fruit of tlio Loom Bo
Our Shoe Department,
Infants' Shoes too
Our Carpet Department,
Heavy Fancy Mnttlng loo
On account of tho great rush of thoFIro
Salo vro arounnblo now to offer ucomplcto
list of Exhibition prlcos. Call down.
1241 anil 1243 Eleventh St, S, E,
C&AU Ilats and Bonnots trimmed gratis.
IJ1DWA1ID 1". IlllOOI,
li 25I'j!nna. Avenue,
Calls attention to his largo stock of STIUX
WAY, Chnso & Onbler, Wlioclock, llrlgs,
Helming and other I'lanos. Tho wonderful
solf'playlnc -T:ollan nnd Cabinet Organs,
Sold on Installments, oxolmnged, rented, ro
linlrcd, tnncd, mocd and stored. Violins,
lianjos nnd (iultnrs. String a specialty.
Sheet Musla nnd Musical llorclmmllso nt tho
old stand, (O Fcnna. a o.
Grand, Upright and Square
Spec! 1 attention of purchasers U Invited to
"NEW AltTIBTIO STYLUS,"
Flnlshod In designs of .
"UIOHKST DECOllATlVE AUT."
riANOS FOIt nENT.
Sccond-lmnd Flanos at All Prlcos,
m. Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
Clinttcretl by Congress, 1637.
Capital.. SZ0Q.000. Surplus, $170,000
OFFICE: Now Building, northeast corner
5th st. and Louisiana avo.
ALI1EIIT A. WILSON, O. W. HOWARD,
THOMAS I'AItKEIt, It. II. HAZAItD,
Vlco-I'resldcnt, Asst. Seorotary.
GII.T JIDflK or
And yon will always tiavo beautiful Uro ad,
Rolls and Illioults. Wholosalo Depot, cor
ner First street and Indiana arenuo.
WM. M. QALT & CO.
ONCE- TRIED ALWAYS PKEPEUKED,
FttpiMl t; D1KSI Slim, Bilttsat, UL
937 Penn. Avenue,
NEAR TENTH STREET,
Tho Oldest nnd Largest Music
House in (ho City,
SOLS AGENTS TOR THE
HENRY F. MILLER
The most Beautiful and Perfect ,
i'inno niatlo in tho World, I
Mason & Hamlin
The Bios Justly Celebrated In
Btrnments Ever Made
Publishers and Dealers
AMERICAN ARD FOREIGN SHEET MUSIC.
HDSIG BOOKS, MPSICAL IHSTRU-
MENT5 ANDMD5ICAL HERCHAH-
DISE OF ALL KINDS. '
Telephone, No. 18.
JOHN F. ELLIS & CO,,
937 Penna. Avenue,
NEAlt TENTn STREET.
HEALTH IS WEALTH!
Dn. E.G. Wests Near and Uuitit Tubat
mMT.aguarantood spoolUo for Hysteria, Dlz
ilnoss, Convulsions, Fits, Nervous Nouralgta,
Ueadacho. Norvous prostration caused by tho
uso of alcohol or tobacco, Wakofulnoss, Mental
Depresslon.Bof toning of tlio Drain resulting In
Insanity and leading to mlsory. dooay ana
death, Froraaturo Old Ago, Ilarronnoss, Loss
of l'owor In elthor box. Involuntary tssos
and gpermatorrlicca oausod by oycr-ozortlon
of tho, nraln, solt- abuse or ovor lndulgonoe.
Each box contulus ono month's troatmant:
tl a box, or six boxes for 85, sont by mail
prepaid on receipt of prloo.
' ' WIS GUARANTEE SIX DOXE3 . ,
to cure any caso. With oaoh ordor rooolvod
by us for six boxes, aooompaulod with S9.
wo will tend the purohaser our wrlttea ,
gunranteo to refund thomonoylt the treat-
mont doos not effect a onro. Quarantee'
Issued only by O. CHUISTIANI, Druggist,
Boin Aoent, 181 Fcnna. ave., botwoou -lVts
1 TIiobo tiny Cipnulea srrut lns. I
ionce, thwio atlcctlun. In uldcIilnUllii
OiUiaiUa.Uubolis uid IuJ:Uouru1''
ii.ii. - " "-
A 1'OSITIVE CURE FOR
LOST or Falling MAN-
1UXJJL1 LIXIJUX iiiuiiu, n urvuuauoHK,
Weakness of llody nnd JUnd, Ijiok of
PtrciiRth, Vigor nnd I)oolopment, caused by
Errors, Excesses, Ac. JIoilo of Self-troit-mont
nnd l'roofsmiilleiHsunled) freo, Address
ERIE .MEDICAL CO . BUFFALO, N. Y.
BED CE0D3 DIAHC1ID EP.iUD.
Till frlfUt, onlr etnula
n J most rtlUU lit (oritW.
HafV. pcdy and nctuil
inglih 1) la in nnd Urund
In red roeltlUo boirt. tLklcil
wlili tilut rlLbfin.Ktiil iiooont
lio other. AtllmiUU.AnpmiIit
HjaiJc. (itamiii) for i trtlcnltri inl
ltllor fu 1 n..lik. 4 Itrfcr. br
vtturninnll. lO.OltO IriUmunUU from UDItV1"
(aturiii)rinwltb Hncca. NAME PAPER.
OR THE LKJUOlt IIAUIT OANIHK CUIIED HI
AILIlMSIEltlMI Dll. IIAIMIV aOL
Can bo glvon In n cup of coffco or ton with
out tlio knimkilguiif tlio puisontiiklimlt. It ,
In absolutely liannkss, ui.it will effect a per- V,
muueut ami siieuilyouro, whether tlio patient il
Is ninmlernto drinker or an alooliollo wreck. V"
It has been gl en In thousands of case, uml
In o ii y Instnnco it pel feet emu has followed,
IT NEVER l'AILH, Tlio sjstom uuoa lmpru,t
liatcit nlth tho Hiioilllc, It becomes an utter
impossibility for tho liquor nppetlto tu exist.
For unlo by 8. 1 WAKE, umlor thu Ebbltt
llousoill. It. HELI'IlENbTlNE, lllli st.umt
Vermpnt ao., Washington.
PEERLESS DYES KS;