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THE EVENING OBITIO, WASiriKGTCXN, D. C. SATURDAY, APItTL. 15, 18S2.
THE EVENING CRITIC.
ESTABLISHED AUGUST. 1B.
Tlio fpcclnl bulletin Issued from tho Signal
Olllco to-day eftyiii
mtr wcnthor Is Ilidlcntc-d Tor tho mko ro-
lon. Now r.nclnnd niul tho Stlddlo Atlantic
laics during Sunday,
Charles SAVOV trespassed on a nubile
park ftnil has paid a t" fine.
TnR police miiilo twcntr-clght nrrosts
during the twonty-rour hours ending nt I) a.m.
Beautiful iine of children's salts, nil
nsos nnd nil prlcos, nt Noah Walker k Oo.'s,
0v!3 Pennsylvania avenue.
Beautiful i.tkp of mon's diagonal,
frock nnd cut-away cents, nt Nonh Wnlkor &
Co.'s, 023 Pennsylvania nvcnuo.
TltR body of a mnlo colored infant wis
found Inst night on n lot between r nnd Frank
lln nnd rourtli nnd Fifth streets.
I.AnoitFlti were nt tvoik to-day under
direction ot tho Tnrklng Commission, cutting
grass In nearly nil tho public parks,
Knv. fjEonoc II. Wilson lias ncccptod
nn appointment ns assistant minister nt tho
Church ot tho Epiphany, in this city.
Daniel Wkpsteii mndo nnotlior speech
last night, nnd went down for rtrteon days lUls
morning tor bolng loud nnd boisterous.
Gronun Hick?, a colored man, was con
victed in tho Pollco Court to day t conduct
Ing a policy thop and sintenccd to sixty days
The Maryland Diocesan convention of
tho P. R. Church meets this year In Washing
ton, at tho Church ot tho Epiphany, Wednes
day, May 31.
Ipaao Johnson, a colored man, was trlod
In tbo Police Court to-riny for cruelly driving
a horeo with n soro back, nnd his personal
bonds taken not to topeat tho oiTcnse.
Messrs. IIealev & lino., of Baltimore,
havo been nwntded tho contract for remodel
lng the plumbing work nnd also for tho Intro
duction ot ventilating pipes at tho Ualtlmoro
& Potomac depot In this city.
Tim (rrocerv storo of Mr. C. C. Bryan, at
ritteenth and 1 strcots, was entorod by burg
lars last night, who broko a pauo of glass out
of n window and forced It open. Tho burg
lars were frightened oft without securing any
It was discovered early this morninjr.
that Kir. Hill's paper storo wns bolng flooded
by water leaking from tho boiler In Mr. Dar
by's printing ofllce, on tho socond floor, Offlcor
Harlow effected an omrnnco to tho building
nnd stopped the leak.
As ALL the tickets for tho 43d popnlar
monthly drawing of tho Commonwoalth Dis
tribution Co., which takes plAco In Loulsvlllo,
Ky., April 2Mb, -will probably bo sold, pur
chasers had better secure their tickets at once.
Address It. M. Doardraan, Louisville, Ey.
Amono tho vacs committed to day by
Judge Snell to tho workhouso wero Elonora
Coleman, Barah Johnson nnd Charlotte Wash
ington, three negro women arrestod on suspi
cion by Ofllcor Kauchor, nnd supposod to havo
robbed n wblto mnn In n houso on tho Island,
and Henry Flctchor, nn old tramp.
Mb. Charles A. Walter, ns solicitor
for Elizabeth Marschnnor, to-day lllod a bill
for divorce from John Marschanor, with per
mission to rcsumo her maiden namo of Eliza
beth Bank. Tho parties wore married In this
city Juno 12, 1873, nnd sho charges that for
tho last eight years tho defendant has boen an
habitual drunkard, and that ho wilfully de
serted her three months after marrlago, loav
lns her wholly destitute.
STTLisn $8 iwrnools $0, at Young's, 730 7th.
Operations havo been begun for rebuild
ing tho burned town ot Prlnco Frederick, Md.
Tho Smith bill for closing drinking sa
loons on Sunday lias passed tho Ohio Legisla
ture. Tho statement that tho King of Wurtsm
berg had embraced tho Roman Catholic faith
Senator MacArtlmr nnd son, of tho Troy,
N. Y., Budget, havo purchased tho Troy Morn
W. IT. Wilson's sale of horses at Cyntlii
nna, Ky., yosterday aggregated if 11,100 for
M. B. White, Treasurer of Nowberry
County, S. C, is reported to havo abscondod.
Ho Is In default about f 8,000.
John O'Connor was convicted of murder
In tho second degree In TJew York yestordiy
for tho shooting ot his wife In 1881.
Edward Shiel, the Ilomo-Itnlo candidate
for tho vacant scat in the IIouso of Commons
for Meath, was returned yestorday unop
posed. The north and northwest Lancashire
cotton-masters ha o decided to leavo tho Bhort
tlmo question to tho discretion ot tho respect
The hill legalizing tnarriago with a de
ceased wife's slstor passed tho uppor branch
of tho Dominion Parliament yosterday by a
voto of 34 to 11.
James M.Bccder, of Allcntown, Pa., has
been sentenced to one year's Imprisonment
tor embezzlement from the Lehigh Valley
Mr. Farnell has informed tho editors of
the Paris newspapers Uiat ho must docllno all
Interviews, as his parole forbids him to talk
on political subjects.
.A collision occurred yesterday on tho
Kewburgh (N. Y.) branch of tho Erlo ltoad bo
tween a passaugcr and freight train, but no
one was seriously hurt.
In the dehato on tho Franco-Spanish
commercial treaty in the Spanish Chambor of
Deputies yesterday. Honor Lamburs advocated
protection lor Spanish industries.
George M. Irwin and Wm. Scott, alias
Flsk, charged with tho theft of St. Joseph (Mo.)
bonds, left New York yesterday tor that city
In charge ot officers ot St. Joseph.
The case of the United States against
Batesand others, which has been on trial in
the United States Court at Charleston, S. C
lor several days past, was given to tho Jury
Engineers are now at work locating tho
route of a new railroad from Jacksonville to
-lauanassce, wmen is to no mint by Hamilton
Dlsston and tho Uordon syndicate of Alabama
The Republican Association of tho
Twcnty-nrsf Aesombly District, Now York, has
expelled General Tremaln from the organiza
tion tor running against the regular nomlueo
otthe party last tall.
The Democratic commissioners through
out Delaware have boen summoned to appear
before the County Courts to show cause tor
their refusal to place certain ltepubllcanson
tbo assessment lists.
In a dehato In the lower IIouso of tho
Massachusetts Legislature yosterday It was
charged that an attempt had been made to
bribe members ot that body by the Boston &
Malno and tho Eastern Hallway companies.
An investigation was ordered,
Tho Franklin County (Ohio) Grand Jury
has Indicted Representative William Block, ot
Cleveland, and W. A. Wright, ot Hocking,
charged with aecoptlng bribes from canal
lobb) lots, and J. D. Watson, ot Cincinnati, (ot
bribery. All three are la tho county Jail.
The Mexican Government has closed a
contract subsidizing a lino ot steamships be
tween Vera Cruz and Llvorpool. Tho Govern
ment reserves tho right to regulate tbo freight
and passenger rates, and is to give a subsidy
oi viffM ior eacn rounu irip tor iniriy years,
Ilobert J. lturamcls nnd Maurice Alice
Schwab have been arrested In Sew York,
x&arged with obtaining money from Miss
Helen M, Lewis, i,i Charleston, S. 0., and
the daughter ot Mlunlo Cummtngs, tbo
octree, on the pretense of engaging thorn in
the Danlol Hoc hut Coinolnatlou.
The United States Circuit Court at Phil,
a'delphla yesterday doc Mod In favor ot Mossrs.
Do Haven u Towneend, stockholders, who
were sued by Wm. Bingham for tbo amount
Eald by him tor certain railroad bonds which
e had purchased after Information from them
that they wero good, but which turned out
At ft meeting of the jfassacuusetts His
torlcal Society ou Thursday appropriate reso.
lutlons were jiaased with reference to the poet
Longfellow. The resolutions were seconded
by Oliver Wendell Holmes in a graceful
eulogy upon the poet, in which he said that
all of LongfelloWa art, learning and molody
could not account for bis popularity. It was
In bis choice of subjects that his iiopularlty
lay. One happy utterauco of eoino emotion
ponunon, to all may keop all ye a name when
, the race to which the ulnger belonged exists
A mass-meeting of the New York Free
Trade Club was held last night at Chlckerlug
Hall to adt ocato the repeal of the tax on raw
material and the reduction of duties on raanu.
fartured products. E. P. Wheeler presided,
and among tbo vice-presidents wero Mayor
Grace, A. H. Hewitt, Carl bchurz, Henry Ward
Eecci.eraudH,B. Oox. Among the speakers
wasUcn.Z. B, Vanco, United States Senator
from North Carolina. Resolutions were passed
demanding a reduction of 78,O0O,O0O per
annum In taxation, nine-tenths of the redue,
tleu lo be made on duties on Imports which
Wti down manufacturers.
. .fekataetJB kid button boots Is the city can.
ck's, 717 Market Space.
THE CAPITOL'S PESTHOLE,
A HniiRroii Mlirrcln I.nhnrcru nrc
'n lollrrntlion Nlrhrtilne Slouch
inn! t'ontrnct Dlsonio.
To-day a lloutenant of Tun Onmtfg Cipltol
force bad occasion to visit the folding-room ot
the IIouso. Ho entered tho ofllco ot tho Door
keeper, on the ground floor, Inquired for tho
nforcenld place, nnd wns pointed to a narrow,
dnrk stairway leading to the floor yot bolow
n place properly known in tho rural vornacu
lnrnstho collar, Tho lynx-eyed young man
ot literary nmblllon stnrlod down. At tho
landing ot tho first night of stops
A Oillllnir lllttMt ori'otll Air
struck him nmldshlps, nnd rushing down his
gangway froze nnd sickened him cloar to tho
hold. Ho butlonod up his Prlnco Albert, and
recoiling but n moment from the uncomtort
nblo breeze, stnrtcd further down tho stair
way. Thoricxtchnngo of atmosphoro was In
thoshapootn nauseous odor In tho Jormot
tobacco Bmoko n smell ot smoko manufac
tured from n strong clay plpo a month or two
agoi n kind of revolting scent that hovors
about and clings to places whoro thoro Is no
untllatIon Uko grim death. Tho socond
flight ot stairway bolng traersod, tho odllor
A Ditrh l'nusngro-Wny Killed wllh
Hlcnin nml Slink
ot n still greater arlegatod character. Horo
wns wnlted a smell of sour paste, mlldowod
pnper nnd vault oiral. l'arthor on, andhugo
piles of books wero passed, and tho wrltor
stopped Into n long tunnel about ten toot wide,
with a celling probnbly soven foot high. This
was brilliantly lllutnlnatodwlth gas, tho walls
(ofetohonnd brick) and ceilings wero white
with wash. Along tho sides ot tho tunnel
wei u tabic s, nnd on tho tablos wero piles ot
books, pnmphlols, etc. Seatod upon Btools sat
n numerous body ot men nnd boys folding and
pnsllngthesooniclal documents. Documonts
wcio piled about In confusion. Paper was
strewn everywhere, In tho rush of work. A
dainty doorway at tho wost end of tho tuntiol
shod n wco bit ot God's light, othorwlso all was
A lH'nlli-IK-nllnfi Slcncli
wns watted ov ery whoro. There was no vontll
ntlon. Tho tunnels In which forty-two men
nnd boys wero hard at work aro warmod by
tho usual pipes, and Ihoso plpos, Instead of
being placed on tho cold, damp ground to
w arm tho feet and dlspol dampness, aro placed
nlonc tho ceilings, so as tokoentho hand hot
nnd tho root cold. Tho escaping steam, tho
foul smell from tho different artlclos usod In
tho work, tho absonco ot natural light and ven
tilation, tho cramped condition ot tho tunnels,
tho bad arrangement for boating, woro nil
seon nt a glance, and Inquiry wa mado of a
bracoot vorkmon engngod In piling books
Into a dark ndjacont passage-way as to the
hcallhfulucss of tho place.
" Oil, Hell, OI nut Il'N nnil"
exclaimed one, with nIgh, for ho lookod de
jected. " Whnt's tho trouble J " nsked The Cntnc.
"Geowhllllklusl ' ho oxclalmod. "Wo havo
headaches, rheumatism, chills nnd tho douco
only knows what olso. Several men havo
been sick hero nlready. Wo hnvo no ven
tilation. Itisdamp. Thorolsnollghtgoxccpt
by gns. Whowl smc.lt, won t youT"
" Wboordorod you fellows down hero In this
'I hoar It wns Spoakor Randall. Wo usod
to occupy tbo chief clcrk'srooms. Youshould
call attention to this frightful place.
The Architect nnd Hpcnlccr Kclfcr
aro to blame, I understand, It wo aro not re
moved to decent quarters. A room should bo
rented. This Is horrlblo, and we will all be
sick If wo havo to stay here. Looknround
down hero," said tho workman, and ho took
TMECIUTIO through other tunnels nnd dark,
damp pa8sngo-wa)8, all filled with documents,
and where men aro compellod to perform
labor ovcry day.
It Is cruelty to compol men to remain In this
closoand unhealthy place. It Is only suitable
for storago purposes.
The r.icnt or the Ncnson nt Mount
The second party and soclablo of tho season
was given last night at Union Hall, Mount
Pleasant, under the managomont of D. E. Mc
Elhlnny, T. B. Nichols and Ed. r. Murdock. On
this occosslou, however, tho attractions wero
many and great, and tho Inducements hold
out by tho managers wero too tempting to bo
resisted oven by the most retired. Iho supper
was prepared in tho most oxcellont stylo, but
how could It bo otherwise when gotton up for
tho occasion by the Indies themselves. Danc
ing was kept up until morning, and to glvo tho
names of all would simply be to copy tho vll
lago directory. Knox's Llectrlo Express fur
nished tho necessary cfinvoyanco for tho city
guests, and when tho party broko up tho fol
lowing familiar faces wero noticed: Misses
Delia nine, Wood, l'rlstoo, Hurmon, llloss,
Drown, Buruott, Echhorn, Emory, Bynox,
Tettls, Evans, riper. Sheriff, Burkor, David
eon, Hose, Saxon, l'rooman, lllggs, Nichols,
Wolcolt, rhllllps, Arnould, Mrs. Harmon, and
Messrs. Ed, nnd El Sharrclts, Mulr, Sturdo
vant, Thompson, Stockstlll, Evans, rishman,
Holllngsworth, Burnett, Trlstoe, James,
ritcheau, Lipscomb, Brown, Harmon, Tree
man, Kclne, Uartlott, llogers, Uodgklns,
Lathlmere, Nichols, King and Bacon.
Qcorgo Sprnnsy, G07 Seventh street.
The O. II. H. C.
Tho third and last soiree ot tho O. B. S. C.
was given at tho residence ot Mr. P. Pollard,
No. 1517 Vermont avonuo northwest, last oven-
lng, nnd was a most enjoyablo affair. Tho
young gentlemen of tho club mado groat offorts
to havo everything arranged for tho comfort
and enjoyment ot their guests. The largo
double parlors wero used for dancing. Excel
lent music was in attendance, nnl lbs young
ladles and gontlomon onjoyod dancing by Its
sweet strains until suppor was announced at
11 o'clock. A handsome collation was par
taken of by about fifty guests. Attor suppor
they returned to tho dancing room and in
dulged until about 2 a. m., when all departed,
declaring tho solrooottbo O. U.S. CJ. tho best
and most enjoyablo ot tho season.
Among tbo many present we nottcod tho
Misses Jlrdlnsten, if uyck, Uolllngsworth, Wll
martb, Davis, Adams, Ituttor, Flshor, Bear
dell. Cavanaugh, Cottrell, Munson, Stlor, Cald
well, Young, Gibson ot Baltimore, Zane, Itosa
Gttson, Cahlll, Calhoun nnd Molllo Gibson,
and Messrs. Lowls, Dunford, Pollard, Gibson,
Butter, Coponhavor, Uolllngsworth, Parks,
McKonna, Baxter, Ooodchlld, albson, Lynch
The Most Attractive
corner In the city Is Elseman Bros, clothiers
and tailors, corner Seventh and K.
Public School Tenehers Sslnrlcs.
Tho toachors' commltteo met yestorday.
Tho subcommittee reported; that among tho
gentlemen interviewed on tho salary question
was (Representative J, II, Eetcham, who
kindly promised bis best endeavors lo secure
tho passago ot the District Appropriation bill
amended to allow tbo approprlatlonayot unex
pended to bo used to pay tbo teachers accord.
to tho schedulo on which thoy woro paid from
beptemborto February. The belief was ex.
pressed that all tho teachers would bo paid
within two weeks their full salaries as usual,
Tho committee, on behalf ot the toachors, un
animously passed a voto ot thanks to Ooneral
Kctcham. As showing tho traternaffeollng
among the teachers, Trustee Lovejoy has boon
notified that tho teachers, as a body, prefer to
wait until all can recolro their Just dues,
rather than to allow tbo twonty-slx now
teachers to bo cut off with nothing. After ex
tending to tue tencnora congratulations on
tbo satisfactory results attained, tho commit
tee adjourned lndollnltely.
"ProcriiHtliinllon Is the Thief of
Don't let April 20 como around without hav
ing a ticket for the 43d drawing ot the Com
monwealth Distribution Co. No lottery com.
pauy bas over distributed so many prlzos or
given such universal satisfaction. No better
Inv estment can bo made than tho purchase ot
Ibelr tickets. Send your orders to it. M. Board
man, Vouritr-Juumal Building, Louisville, Ky,
rVatloiuil Hotel Arrivnln.
M. K. Chase, Maine; It. C. Glass, Atlanta, Ga.:
Thomas C, Smith and wife, N, J.t II. B. Young,
l'hlla.; J. M, Cassll, l'hlla.i J, E. Bagley
1'hlla.i Charles It, Sllkinan, N. Y.i O. T. Clagett,
Md.i Itobert G. Orr, N.Y.s J. W. Bailey, Asl".
vllle, N.C.i Dr D.C. Gordon, Warreutou, Va.i
M. It. Gordon, Warrenton, Va.i Miss Kato
Varry, Worrcinton, Va.i J, D. Galwey, Cincin
nati, Obloi E. X'. Goodwin, N. Y.i E. II. Crow,
ell, Omaha, Neb.i J.1I, Caiiors, ltlchmond.Va.j
W, L. Die and wife. Ulcus rails, N, Y.,
J. D. strong, West Virginia; 11. B.
Huff and wife, Bradford, Pennsylvania.
V. II. Peek, Boston, Mass.; Gus. Bothner, agout
Hess Opera Co., E. S. Fritz, N.Y.; Wra. Btuofor,
West Point, Neb.; A. D. Boomer, Wost Point,
Nob.; M. J. 11111, St, Mary's College, T. II. Kin'
sella, St. Mary's College! L. 11. Clark, Bait.,
Md. J. 0. Champion, l'hlla.; II. Kroufer, N.
V i Jno. W. Johnston, Va.i 3. p. JelTros and
wlfo, arrouton, Va.i Jas. Bryan, Itlchmoud,
Va.i It. O.Lea.N.G.; Alox. P Malson, N. V
VeWlttCongei, N. Y IK Clarke, N. Y.; A. a!
Merrill, N Y-; Mrs. White, Boston, T. Sleeper,
1-blla.i Miss A. E, Sleeper, l'hlla.; V. Wenc
garten, N, Y;
"Alelerney Hairy Wueoug."
Fresh Alderney Batter, churned every mora
uuiuejitoiiMi mn, "nun- prm,aoc.
n. 4o,cxo oneete, UMttMMMfc aod
et BilTx, Sc. pr q.t. Croaa lie (fcu
ThnArroiiKCiiicrilinr the l'rocriilon
Tho nnal arrangements for tho parade on
Emancipation Day hare boon completed. Tho
procession will form at tho city Hall, right
resting on Louisiana nvontio nnd loft on Indi
ana nvcnuo and Toiirth strcot, nt 11 o'clock.
Tho command to march will 1j given nt 12
o'clock sharp, In tho following ordor
Colonel Torry Carson, Chief Marshal.
Charles It. Mnrslmt, night Aid.
Addison Day, Loft Aid.
M. H. Itoblnson, Chief ot Staff.
George W. Dlxson,
John D. Lawson,
James W. Cooper,
Jamos E. Galnos,
Ilu ben McCaulaugh,
J. P. Bawls,
pocroinrics ox stair,
K. 1 Williams. M. r. Hamilton,
It. W. Hayes.
Smith's Commandory,of Baltimore,
Knignts or lmmon.
Young Men's I. W. B. A., No. 1.
Order of Moses.
Knights ot Gallllenu l'lsliormon.
Knights of Jerusalem.
Knights ot Moses.
Knights ot St. Augustine.
Eastern Star Lodge, No. 7, Oood Samaritans.
Brilliant star Lodge, No. 11.
Pioneer, No. 7. Cltlzon Corrs.
Citizens four abreast.
Pioneer, No. 0.
Sumnor Mountod Guards.
Citizens In carriages, two abreast,
Tbo procession will pass ovor Iho following
route: Along Indiana avenue to Now Jorsoy
nvcnuo, to B streot, to Fourth stroot north,
cast, to Pennsylvania avenue, to cast front ot
tho Cnpltol, to Pennsylvania nvcnuo, through
tho grounds ot tho Exccuttvo Mansion, to
Pennsylvania avonuo, to Sovontocnth streot,
to K stroot, to tho Arlington Hotel. After pass
ing In review by tho District Commissioners,
will proceod nlong H street to Now York ave
nue, to K streot, to Third streot, to D stroot, to
City Hall. Attor passing In rovlew by tho
chief marshal, aids and staff, will bo dis
missed. The Snlc or the White House rural
A crowd gathered to-day at tho cornor of
Ninth and Dstrcots, whoro some old furni
ture, curtains, carpots, etc., that had onco
been In uso at tho Exocutlve Mansion, woro
cxiHscd for sale. Nothing was offorod oxcopt
articles well worn, and considering tho condi
tion of tho goods, tho rates atwhlch theyaold,
whllo far from extravagant, woro excoltsnt
auction prices. Tho curtains and some of tho
carpets, with tho hnndsomo cords, tassels,
balls, etc., wero purchased by a theatrical
manager for uso In ono of tho city theatros. A
lot ot laco curtains, which would havo loaded
a enrt, sold tor 10. A Baltimore merchant
was tho purchaser. Carpets sold for $10 to
$110 each. A set ot parlor furniture, 11
pieces, In faded green silk,- much frayed and
torn, sold for f 4(1. A red ells set, 10 pieces,
brought f 10. A small sot of nvo plocos sold nt
S'JH. ottomans Boiaat '..; lojupcr set;
vtasbstandsntfSto J8.50 oach. An old Bed
Boom sot sold for $b0, and othor nrtlcles at
less prices. This f urnlturo has boen stored
In tho attic ot tho White Houso for soveral
3 care, and much of It has found occupants
other than tho lnvltod guests ot tho President.
Tho entire attic lumbor room was cleared out
for this sale, and tbo broken bits otcornlaes,
gas fixtures, etc., with some tables and buffets
that camo down to us from a former genera
tion exhibited. Turnlturo of tho pro-Lincoln
period did not brlig high rates, but a tew ar
ticles from tho antique limes before Jackson
found purchasers at good prices.
Tho striking shoemakers of London
Ont., returned to tNork yostorday, having been
granted the advanco In wages askod for,
namely, twonty-flvo cents per pair.
At tho Pacific mills in Lawrence M;U3.,
yesterday morning, thirty-two additional
weavers and ten spinners woro ongagod.
More than ono halt .tho cotton spinning
machinery at tho lowor mill Is now In opera
tion, also 741 looms. Tho total number of
tho employod yestorday morning was 210
woavors and twunty-two spinners.
Tho striko of tho journoymen carpenters
of New York camo to a successful termination
yesterday by tho concession ot tho employers
In Iho Kelly building to tho demands ot their
men. Only ono shop Is holding out against
tho fitalr builders' domand. There is no
change In tho aspect of tho marblo cutters
nnd pollshors' Btrlke, but It is expected that a
favorable result will bo reached boforo tho
closo ot tho present week.
017 It stroot.
I very gladly rocommend
Brown's Iron Blttots to any ono
suffering from gcnoral debility.
I have used threo bottles so far,
but before I had used hall tho
llrst ono I began to roallzo
great bonent from Its uso.
MBS. B. I'. BIOELOW.
All Hie New Sbp i Eats
AND THE LATEST
Hals in all the New Cote anQ.
At Lowest Prices, at
For NEWEST STYLES
AND MUST RELIABLE
Eancy & Millinery Goods
AT J-OWEST r-RICJS, 00 TO
710 Market Bpace, Oor. 8th St.
HATS AND UMBRELLAS.
Large Stock Just Opened.
STINEMETZ'S HAT STORE,
Iiir23 leaT rilNNSYI.VANIA AVE.
Manafecturer and Repairer ef
SUN UMBRELLAS U PARASOLS,
ap!6-g eia II .tret northweat.
B. F, HARVEY, UKDE1TAOE,
0S1 SKV.JWTH ST. NOR'
a v mt
Mtinyiiiy yHWIIfl'.fMl vaV
Thing's Palace, lo. 814 Seventh Street,
Commences on Monday,
500 FRENCH AND ENGLISH PATTERN HATS AND BONNETS, OF OUR OWN IMPORTATION.
5,000 Misses' nnd Children's School Hats and Dress Hats in every Style and Quality, at Manufacturers' Prices.
5,000 Ladies' Hats, comprising the Handsomest and Choicest Assortment ever offered, in Styles and Quality, in Canton,
Milan, Porcupine, Straw, Manilla, Satin, Braid, Tuscan, Fancy Straw, Real Chip, in nil shades, in the following shapes:
Patti, Mary Bell, Cavalier, Thistle, Scarboro', Anglo, Tyrol, Patience, Marchess!, Obelisk, Idlcwild, Jovlta, Vasar, Imperial,
Esmeralda, and hundreds of other shapes too numerous to mention, at prices that will make them sell.
Beaded Laces, Flowers, Plumes, Ei1)l)ons, Silks, Sun Unibrellas.
KID GLOVES Real Chamoise Mousquetaire Kids, at 75 cents. Three and Four-Button Kids, the Greatest Bargains,
at 75 cents. Elegant Lisle Thread Gloves, from 25 to 40 cents. Don't fail, before purchasing, to call at
King's Palace, No. 814 Seventh Street Northwest.
THE GREATEST HEADQUARTERS FOR MILLINERY GOODS.
Having effected a settlement with the
Insurance company on my stock, lately
damaged by the Are next to my store, I
now take pleasure to inform the public
of the reopening of my establishment.
I will sell all damaged goods at a great
sacrifice. Most of the goods are only
slightly damaged by water, but never
theless we will sacrifice them.
Great Banais can lie Expected in
Our entire Button stock lately pur
chased at half price.
Our Dress Trimmings at 25 per cent,
All our made-up Lace Goods at half
Children's Suits and Ladies' Under
wear, slightly damaged, in job lots.
Mowers and Ribbons
Damaged, at any price.
Fine Laces and Embroideries, slightly
damaged, at a sacrifice.
The follow lag goods, not damaged, will also be
Bold at a uniform reduction for one week:
Our Millinery Department stocked with
the Latest Novelties Bargains.
Our Fine Pattern Hats at a Sacrifice.
Our Ladies' Suits and Wraps greatly
Our Parasols and Gloves reduced.
416 Seventh St. Northwest.
GREAT BAItdAINS IN
TIinnE FllKNClIIlOSES, on rubber stemj.lor
FRENCH VIOLETS, all colors, 3 cents dozen.
PUItPLE VELVET TANSIES, on rubber stem,
M cents per dozen.
FRENCH ROSE BUDS, sen stems, SO cents per
WE HAVE THE LATEST
Bonnet, Corsage and Parasol Wear,
We have decided to carry over no Btock, as we
leave lor Europe lu May, ao te will mark our
goods to sell.
Parisian Flow Campy,
1110 F Stroot Northwest.
At B.&P. Freight Depot,
Dealeri In all klnda ol
IfMfkd Avenue, Rr 7th (t. b. w.
WAHHIKaTON, p. o
f Sb pnins
OUR EASTER WEE K OPENING OF LOVELY
April 10, and will uo Continued until
1FFER THE JKOLLOWING
Irs. Selma Euppsrt,
008 NINTH STREET, oppo. Patent OlUco.
Has Opened a choice Seleotton of Children's Long
DRESSES, ROBES. MERINO AND
MAKXKIM.R-! CLOAKS, LACE, and
SUIURED CAl'S, and all kinds of
Children's Furnishing Goock
Elegant line of HAMBURG KDdlNOS and
INSERTIONS on Cambric, Nalnnoolc and Hwlii,
NEW LACES, BEADED 1'IHNQES, TRIM
MINOS AND 11UT10NS.
Large and new Stock of TTOIBERY, LISLE
THREAD ANDSILK aLOVJIS, IIDKF'S, LACK
COLLARS, 1TSCHUS AND TIES. mrM
FAinilBOTHEK Ac DAVIS,
l8 NEW YORK AVENUE.
Laces, Ruchlngs, Dress rieatlngs, Ribbons, etc.,
or Evening and Party Wear.
If SOU want LACES. FRINOES, BUTTONS
or anything In FANCY UOODS, go to
DAYIS & DICKI1OT,
932 SEVENTH STREET.
Latest French Novelties in Millinery Goods,
710 market Space, Corner Eighth Street
Imported Hats and Bonnets,
Millinery Novelties f Artistic In Design and Style
I. L. BLOUT'S,
710 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
New Patterns for Stamping
IN OUTLINE WORK AT
MRS. MAX WEYL'S,
718 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
BOSTON VAEIETT STOEE.
LARGE STOCK OF
Walnut & VelvetFrames
At Popular Prices.
705 MARKET BPAjgB. Ial8
SPECIALTIES AT GUTMAN'S,
013 SEVENTH STREET.
8UIIAH SILKS AND SATINS.
Kprlng Cloods In all the New Styles,
I'rlnta nt I'our Cents per yard.
Call and Kxamlne Goods.
HOSIERY a Specialty
ea NTH AND F STREETS.
NEW STORE, 427 7th St.
Opposite the Old Stand, we cordially Invite our
friends to rail.
CARL PETERSEN, 487 7TH ST, N. W.
EEOPENED AKD KEOONSTRUOTED
I am In my old corner, SEVENTH and D STS.,
where 1 will offer Great Inducements In
FURNITURE, UARi-KTS, 0.
lAJlt. BMVJtWYll A.NU U HTKKET8.
flHOICB CUT FLOWER3
from my own green-houses In Unlontown far
nlthed for all occasions.
N. BTUDER, FLORIST,
SO V atreet northwest.
GEO. EYNHAL, JR.,
wnoienaiefcna iwuu ueaier in
PAINTS1OIL8,WINIX)W AND FIjATE OULBli
WAX PLOWKU MATERIAL.
418 BeyenUa St. N. W.,opp. Odd-FeUowi H1I,
U-d WMhlngtou P. a
413 aud 415 Ninth Street Northwest.
Bole A cent for the followlnc Standard Brew
ings: George Khret'ft New York Lager. lh. J.
Luuber'i Bohemian Beer, Itobert Hinlth's India
Pale Ale and 1'orter. Wholetiale and lleiail
Dealer la Imported and Domestic Wlneu and
Uquors, comprlsluj? a large Btock of Ithlne and
MuKelle "Wines, ClareU, American Champagne,
California. Ohio and llutourt Wines. Moods de
livered free la all parts or tho city. Telephonic
No. 411 Sevonth St. Northwost-
Tbree Doors Below Odd-FeUowi' Hall, aep
Ot ClinONIO AND OnHCDBB 1)18
KABKScan be cured at houie.Hend
idescrlptlou of case for advice.
1 Hook free. Dr. H. T. IUKKB.
Rox 1M. RuOalo, New York. mr3-ur
487 BEVENTH BT. NORTHWEST.
O. P. BURDETTE, Sole Agent.
S. N. MEYER,
022 SEVENTH ST. N. W., BET, I AND K.
GILT & SILVER TRIMMINGS
REGALIAS AND BASQBa
T1IE NATIONAI, RUl'DBLIOAN
JOB PRINTING OFFICE
la the Largest and Most Complete Job Office
There Is no need of Going Out of the City to tret
vour Print! dz done. Ativihlntr irom a Bmall Card
to the liUrcttit Poster printed In the Uest Htyle ot
uiuuk unue, uviai
Prices Reasonable and Wferk Tlrst Class.
aepg mates Furnished.
SIX CTS. PER BUSHEL
For Bale at Gaslight Office and at Oropler'a Drat
Btoie, U eorwetown.
T. W. MUHPHY, 823 Q street n, w,
Practical boreMheer.luu a full Vnowledga t th.
Bt.tiAtiirattnd furm&Unn nf tlia hottAI I.t. and
wltli an uvarlvoeao' tMrCr yaars In lioreSJVlni
tie guarantees to oure tSakn ot Uu toot lra w
1117-1119 Pennsylvania Avenue,
401-403 Twelfth Street.
Tor the balance of this v eek w e w 111 offer
Lien Collar ai Cuff aEflHante
Please note carefully Rome of the prices:
123 Dozen Ladles' 3-ply Ltnon Collars, nt
5 CTS. -AJPTJEJCSIE.
O-Ply Linen Capo Collars, worth 20s., only
3 roil 25 CZEISTTS.
Ladles' rino Embroidered Collars, worth 37c,
S5 CTS. APIECE.
Novoltlcs In Colored Collars irom 12ViC. up.
Ladles' 3-Fly Linen Cuffs,
lSJc. PER PAIR.
19 CTS. APIECE.
Qcut's Extra-rino Colored-Border Uaudkor.
03STT,-2- 25 CTS.
Tho Latest Novelties In Ladles' and Gent's
Ilcinetltcb Handkerchiefs In both Plain and
No. 1211 TENNA. AVENDE,
WILL GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION FORTHE
NEXT TUREE MONTHS TO
Filling Orders for Elegant Dresses
Novel and Artistic Paris and
Elegant Material Now in Stook.
LA PLBUR'S EXCRETER,
TRE BEST TONIO KNOWN.
And an Infallible remedy for Rheumatism,
RheumaHcUout.HtiiT.lDlntH, Coimtia, Colds. Put
monary Complaints, Consumption. Catarrli, 7)ys
TjlHUI, AOtlllUHi UlUlltUHIDl Rt.1 VI um, laiuutj l-
asts. Urinary Complaints and all diseases ot the
Blood and BIdn. It will cure all Eruptions of tho
t-kln and make It white and soft In a short tlmo.
jn-jmin, As.iiiuti.uruiicuiiii. ocruiuiu, iviuuc ajih
Kxtirnal appllcaMous will euro Burns, Sprains,
Cuts, I'rost lilies, boro Ilunlons, Bculdi, etc.
LAFLIiUn ACO., Raltlmore. Md.
Hundreds of home testimonials. Tor sale by all
HAYWAED & HUTCHINSON,
Ranges and Mantles
817 Ninth street n. w. Branch, Eighteenth and
V streets, Dupont circle.
Btoves, Qr&tes, Ranges and Hot Air Furnaces
Manuiacturer of ull kinds ot TINWARU.
1408 FOURTEENTH STREET NORTUWKST,
Plumbing and (las Fitting a Bpeclaltr. ael8
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
UEFRIQERATORS, WATRR COLERS, CXJOK.
1NU HTOVES AN1 RANUkd
to tie tbund In the city, all at low prices,
W. S. JEITICS Se OO.,
No. 717 BEVKNTn BTREET N. W.
H. BIOHBY. 427 TENTH ST. N.
W.. above tiu Offict Dealer la
8TOVEH.RANUKH, FUKNAUK3, 0.
Roofing and Bpoullng, Repairing of Latrobes and
Ktovea a MMeclaUy.
BLINKI10RN i CO., Plumbing and Oas Fit.
ting. 30rders solicited and promptly executed
W. H. HARROVER,
818 SEVENTH STREET NORTUWKST.
STOVES, RANOE8 nnd HEATERS,
STOVE AND FURNACE RKPAlRa.
SHIRTS I SHIRTS I SHIRTS I
AOoodBhlrtfor Mc. , , .
A Duvall Shirt for 650.1 tlnlshed.yst.
AWamsulta Bhlrt for 7&at flntahed, ma.
A Plulted Rosom Bhlrt lor 850 1 UnUUed, ft.
Shlru to order a pcclalty. Uatlsfacilou guaran.
US Wo. 1112 F street northwest.
j". Xj. wolf, :m:. id
1110 T STREET NORTH WEST.
iw is 1 Time to Pit.
Tiin nnsT I'lack to ruv your
No. 1421 Now York Avenue,
Near tbo Treasury, from
JAIES H. IcftILL,
Untidy to all llnMorsirctt Cars. ftpll
PIANOS jffl1! ORGANS
IlmTenlwayiionliand T7cw,nnd Nearly New,
rWuaro and Upright Pianos of the Host Makers,
nml nt prices and terms to suit everybody, rianos,
fully warranted, as low as (GO. Organs from l)
OHAUNOEY J. REED,
Successor to Sidney T. Xlmmo,
433 SEVENTH STRRET.
ELLIS & CO.,
037 Fonnsylranla Avonne.
ooio .ft gen is for
THE FAMOUS WEBER,
Nearly all the great Bingere and vtltts of the
world give them the prefereno over all others.
Also, agents for the celebrated
Smith American Organs.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
One Price Shoe Store.
A. L. HAZELTON,
433 SEVENTH ST.,
Under Odd-Follows' Hall.
L. HEILBKUN'S SHOE HOUSE,
402 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST,
BlKn of "The Old Woman In Window."
RELIABLESHOES AND SLIPPERS
Rle Seventh Street and 1022 Pfnn ...
All the drawings wlu licrcafler be under tlio
cxclusi e sunen lston ond control of GENERAL
O. T.BEATJRIMARD ANDJURAL A.EARLV
A SPLENDID OPP ORTBN1TYT0
WIN A TORTUNE. Finn GRAND DISTRI.
DUTION, CLASS E, AT NEW ORLEANS,
TUESDAY, MAY O, 1683-11 lth Monthly
Louisiana State Lottery Qprapany.
Incorporated In 1809 for 25 years by the Legisla
ture ior Educational nnd Charitable purposes
wltha rnpltal of Jl.OOO.OOO to Thlch a reserve
fund of fwO.000 has blnco been added.
By un overw helming popular vote ItsfrancliWo
was made a part of tlio present Stale Constitu
tion adopted December 2tl. A. I)., 187i
Its GrautlSluRle Number Drawing
will take place monCly.
It neier scales or postpones.
Look at tho following Distribution.
CAPITAL riUZH, S30.000,
ico.cco TicKirrs at two dollatis each.
IfALF-TICKETS, ONE DOLLAlt.
list or raizE9.
1 Capital Trlze -...... .$30.00)
1 Capital Prize mM. 10.WW
1 Capllal Prize fioo
2 Prl7W of $2.500 fi,o.)o
6 Prizes of l,(xx 5,o
SO Prize s of 500 10,600
100 Prizes of 100 .. lo.ow
SCO Prizes of 60 . io,ow
COOl'rlzesof 20 10003
lOCOPllzesof 10 .... 10,000
9 Approximation Prizes of 9na 2,700
9 Approximation Prizes of 200..... 1,8)0
0 Aprroximatlon Prizes oi 1(W,....- uoo
1857 Prizes, omountlng to 9110,400
Responsible corresponding agents wanted at all
tondloff agents wanted at all
leral compensation will be
poinis. io wnam iiuei
Far further Information, write clearlv. irtvlnir
lulladdreM. Bend orders by express or Remslercd
letter, or Sloney Order by mall, addressed only
'" SI. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleaua, La..
The Xew i'ork Office 1j remoxett lo Chicago.
X.ll.OTffert addressed to JTew Orleunt will
t uelrt prompt attention.
The particular attention of the l'ubllc It called
to theact that the entire number of the 7'lckett
for each Monthly Itratclng l told, and contt.
'Qvcntly alt the jirltes In each drawing are sold
and draun and paid. apllvr&s
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
NEW YORK AVENUE HOTEL.
COR. N. Y. AVE. AN014THBT,
Terms, S3. BO per day.
Tern per week, 810, SIS nnd S14.
XUeala, per month 935.
Undoubtedly the Best Hotel Table In the City
for the Price.
JOHN B. SOOTT, Proprietor.
Oor. Broadway Bud Twenty.nlnth -St.
NEW YORK CITY.
JAMS H. BREBLIN & BROTHER,
TO RUV THE NEWEST
T1IK HOST ELKUANl"
and cheapest hair work In the
city go to
una V B 1'. N. w.
You will nud In his stock
Water Waves. Irom 20 cents
up to 110; llrulds, from 75 cts.
up to Ji3; the iluest Wigs to
order from H up.
Hair Bought and Exchanged.
RtrnPTPT A nrn"!"t";llonbyMall
muvmaiuuiv tarcuiars sent.
iimv. w wnonnnFF.
p. o. Rox 110. Baltimore. Md.
In Any Stage.
BOILS I or any
Cures wlien all other Bemedlea Fall I
jafar$l.ooo llKWiVi" will he paid to any Chetv
lr holllllnd.onana!jslsof lw l.oltlea of H.ll
B.. one partlclB of Mercury, lodldo Potasiluui, or
any ottur mineral substance.
TO TII11 SKIUTIOAL.
If rou doubt, como to see us. and wo
Inlll euro you or charge nothltiB. Write
tor luirtlclurs, and a copy of the llttla
JttrvUk anv nronilneut Druggist as to ?
SWIFT SPEOIPIO 0O
Ebold by all Drunrlats.
t'rice: pqurn iw.
NEW STOOK Latent l)IJ!!s WALI, PAPERS,
Drewar and Others. Bole Agent
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