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TTIE NATIONAL KEPUBLIOAN: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1882.
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No. 933 Pennsylvania avenue,
are now receiving the
LATEST NOVELTIES IN PARASOLS,
JUch lllnrk Hslln plain and laoMrlmmedi Plcgniit
Mink Mnlri-, plulttatid with real Hpniilsll
lavcc He ivy Ilia: It IIH. plain uud
In nil of Ihe New 8t les are speclsllv attractlv r.
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l'l tin and vv ,th L tea
JCiipiNltrly lleuutllnl Neiv Bhlrro I edirii l'Alt V.SOI.S.
Jn fictceery ihlralilel) In will bo found lustuck.
New attractions lu
Just Ile lived
Abo Novelties In tallies' and Mtacv
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Our sloeli of Diamond Lnce Tins,
ringer and ir Kings, Fine (Sold
Jewelry, American AYutclics. Sler
lime NiluTwnrc in groat variety,
Platotl Tea Sets Uaskels, Howls,
Ice Pitchers, Butter Dishes, Cas
tors, Soup Tureens, Forks and
Spoons, llogeis Ilros.' Plated Table
Cutlery, Joseph Itogers & Sons'
Shelllcld Ivory Table Cutlery and
Scissors, French Clocks, Opera
Glasses. Urass Sconces, Mirrors,
Candlesticks, Arc, wivs nocr so
complete, Mliich wo call to the at
tention of purchasers, as they v ill
llud our prices low.
HARRIS & SHAPER,
No. 1113 Pennsylvania avenue.
display all tho novoltios in
Rich JEWELRY, tho nowost
patterns of Sterling SILVER
WARE, tho best American
andForoign WATCHES. Fino
Fancy Goods, Plated Tabic
ware, Tablo Cutlery, tho finest
Particular attention is givon
lo repairing "Watches, Jew
elry, Silverware, &c.
Arms, Crests, and Mono
grams correctly engraved in
metal and stone.
1107 Ponna. avo.
Mire New Spiing Slo.k. Complete in all
Paris I mbrnlderi'd Holies.
ParU 1 lubrotdered suits
f'rcpodeChlnn I tnbtoil red Plchus.
J inbroMcrcd India Mull 1 Iclius.
Ivi iv aiul M lull I lundLcrclilofs.
I'olU Dot I .ml ird "! lk
tauUh nMILs, summer Mlks.
1 Tench Ilenred bailm a and Organdies.
Ni vv Iterlln Jjii ketn and Wraps
llpstuuiillt) All 1 tnelil.uviis.
Paris lliitlsfes In A.stlictlc Iicstsns.
'Great Ilureulns" In hallo llhadanies and Nun's
15 pleci-a c'olnred hntln llhti lames at T5o. tier yard,
lhiseKoodsuro Mil) uurlli tl.
251 leces I uplti'i mat k an I Colore I All-Wool Nun's
tillni;!itii toward. J Jiiteuudhivo utter
beetlKolil k.4lliau lie.
Bilk I hud la, and -hetland Wmuli, In New and
luptun llluek Mlk nrentillnc
Klegant I'nlka Dot, Molre.uud CadillleSalln I fled"
Cpif jal Ii dm tincnts In Illaek and Colored ttutlu and
tfi- An tarlj luspectloii U aollelted.
OM! I'lllC'i:, mill Hint Imlle r.one.1.
BUCci.ssoiiTO "w niiY a imoiuut,"
reuns l aula a euue, corner Ninth street
CELEBRATED SHOE HOUSE,
402 ScvpiiUi slrcet jiorthwcsf,
irillopcn lO-rtuy u spluiidiil line oi'
Gouts' Plckol-too (JaileiN, GcnW
llromMoo Gaiters, Gents' Low
mnirter Shoes. Ladies' French
Itool Kid linttoii, Commoii-Si'iiso
Kid Itiitton, Children's Shoes oi'
No. 102 Seventh street.
SIcii of the Old Waiiiun lit tlm Window,
UH0-OJI rSTIIDl.T MtltlllWl.YI.
TbeLsrgc-st and Finest I'ubllc Dining Iloouis In
tTorszia, fSO ror 2ntta..
P. W. & M. E. EVANS,
mr7-ly 1'roiirli mis.
OWJ. Y. TIMSIS.
HAltlfi 11 PVUKI.lt,
GEO. F. TIMMS & CO.,
Korllracst Corner Seventh and D Streels.
AT OR BELOW COST!
VO S1AKK hoom ion
Tlin Wertllirr Tnnny.
IVr tit MMillt .Mantle htattt UsM ralit, Monti
try elenrhig Mather, northtrttt lo emtturett icindt,
htgtr latemtcr ani tlightchamjct In temfxraturt.
tXir Va$Mngton 1 a. in. Clearing uealher during
the tlay, anJ iro(io;j ,i(r- vxatlsr on Satunt ty,
Thefmometrlc tcaillngi 7 a. m,3. 11 it. m ,
MJ,ai 3 p. m , 40 7 p w., lii 11 p. m , 4 j"; iiiaxI
mum, 45 la i minimum, 32 7.
Witt AtinV-W. II. Heoll, Henry H rvift'on, T. Ik
nerrr,;!. K. (HIpMnt, I'lilladelplitai Iteulwn Hat
land.i'eter.lmnr.Vai T, ti Hates, K V, linlei, I'- I.
JaeoK I. I'ry, Oiarlei (liildet, A, M. Wrlsht, It. M.
t'me, It W. tlrhwulil, lie, v (I. Wool. O H. Ilnlii-
j4.-e, ii , iiriwoid, jif, '
lov.ltei.R cl. I)l, Ne
W urocele r, Mini i 1, 1 Hloi
tliiulell, r ( HullUnn, c
ew Ynrki 1 At lloceri.
Hlonn. CJnliunlilA. H. l'l J. I.
Ulllll. nn rlif jiivn i jnlilnl IIaIIii,,.
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11 Ihnrp llroolchn.N. Y i A I". Kehnell, Ilorden
ui? , N J.i I, t tonir, Oiilney, III i P. SI Itleh
aril ton, T p. Wall ire, xCw Oiwlle, IVt i T, II Hout cr,
IIiiiim-K ti. llulilutrd, 11 II Woodward. New
J nrk II h lailor, 1 ort Wajne, Indi lolin P.
Sliinwj.llPiiolii JmiiiH Wilde, riillndeliihlHt W
IIumhi. Mimud r iim,( Inrlm .Mone.K.W Pole
nwe.l'.Il Hlanily.tleeotn II llarretl llmloni 111
lam II iiornui. Sew lori J, P Neninan, Smilli
lien I Indi vnniuel It stn le, ll n. Toekton, Now
rk: Paul A. outer, IVnnxtlViinlni Ilujli Iiue,
Auiinotiiv - lainei Arlilt II. fl Uililinell, II. A.
Kmllli, It n. Mtlimlon II I'nrrhli.O. B Rnjdan.lX
I. Iiales, UV llimu.is. William IILkilK It. tl
Parmnn J M and l'omr.l lliuleton, lleurj AMI
"ii V It. Illckm, Sew orkt W II, llrnwu, .1.11
hlnlei, I'll lulelplilni I). II Cochran llrocklyn.N.
J. I-ilIc W. Unwell, Allianv, N. . John Mill,
Ilililiniire1 . 1. pij ue, (1. 1 Knupp, Anlnirn, N. Y
Ht lAik.-WMIIinill,(lraliaiii. 1'xlward lliirlon,
I'lillAilillihlif Willliin II Anjir, Slerlden.ConnsJ
ll.(iinn, lmhtlllp, K i laiiieiP, Sllller.t hlinirn
i iliarln l.ciillnicer, ( liailei t Aller, l'hll.ulilnlilni
Josepli liiitinn.Utliirrl Pnunl), Ma ne! David White,
New York II J.skl mer, llradrord, 1M
St. StAnr,-ll. IVCIIirord.Nen York! II Wllllann,
Norfolk, Vn.iW.lt Ii lierih, lllilmrd I sterbrook,
Jr.New orki llobert P Ilobcrlson, Mrjlnlni Will
lam Ileity, New York.
Woiim 1 1 '.-Jonli Campbell, Orange, N J.
'You can publlih n llirco-lliio ndvctllenicnt of
"Wnnlcd,' 'Tor Kent," "Tor "nle," or "Int,"
three Ihnei for lnciil)-flrc ccnla IuTiik Hum.
Tlio lllsonclccrlcllctitliAtliiir prnci! entliuic
torj In the Hreonl room of tho Govermm nt Print
line Ofllio, thej aro notv liilnn put Into the prcis
Dr. llHrtlgnu lins pcrfonncil on nutpsyoii the
liiKlynf Hio ileml Infant totiml Wnlticvilit) byOf.
fli or MwiiBOiiicry, nuil H tn a certlOcato of death
The Probate Court, Jinllcc llairner, nlU meet nt
eleven o'clneL thin mnrnlus, ntnl it ill meet reit
lnrly hereafter mi l'rldnv mnrnlugi for lliu triiiu
nttlon oft)rihaiis' Court binlucn.
The Court In Dane cstctilny ncccpted tho ro!s
iiallon of James A llenn, eonst ible of tho court.
The rtpplii ittloii of O Klminell for lliu Mieant
povlllon vft plaeoj on the lllo M bo cousldercil.
Tho ladles of tho P-nst Washington Social Club
gnio ii bann.iiLt to tho Wflililnatoii CadctCorps Inct
nlBbt. The members of tho rorps nppeareil in full
uniform, mid tho cutciUlmncut was most enjoy
able Ihcpnfely commltlec completed their labors
jcsterclaj by llllns tho armory of tho Washing.
Inn Light Infantry, l'olleo Headquarlcr.', ami tho
Columbia lliilldhiL's. '1 iio work oftlrafllug the
Until report Mill bck'lu tn-ilnj.
Poell SI. llrmllcy ntiiirothcrs 'hare coinrnenced
fultngilii'tWIIllnm M Halt mil llo'iert C Ho
elt to recover on n bond ot Sl)i. This Is tho al
leco.l firRerj ult rcl(d 'losirs ll.ivlugo and
Ktndall ni ptar for the plnlnllfls
In the Criminal Court j cstciiluy Jerry llerry as
chargeil with Imrcbir) attho resilience of Thomas
Mclln fll I treit tinrllmest, lad Ilecuniber. Ills
coiiiirI .Mr I rank II lull, biliuuhle to pioteun
tililil, the ilefeinlniil us illschftrgul
Thollev. Wlllhm II Sumner, S I., so long tin
lloneil at Ocorgctown College, whera he mailo
nianj friends Is lion temporarily lslllng Ills
friends at tho college lie Is this ear Motioned nl
I rcdcr.ck City, Std , wheio lio Mill return In it few
ilaj a t" asitimo his ilutius,
Tho contetnplalcd btglnnlng ycstenlayof tho
re'lorntton of tho JeflVrson building was do'ncd
by the bad weather, but will bo commenced ns
6oon asthOMcnlhcradmlls, A large force of men
will be put to work removing the dibris and rub
bish before cominciiilug lo rebuild
A ccrtlflcrtle of election of tho trustees of tho
Christian Church has been filed with tho recorder.
Iho tnutcos aro IlcnJ.imln Sumrnj, William S
Ilooe,. K. llnnlo.RiiiUI ClayMlor, allnfWush
lngtoir Inae Krrttt and Joseph 8nillh, Jr., of
Ciiiclntiatl, nntl W II I ape, of Newport, Ky.
Tho pollco department are In receipt of a tele
gram from tho New York nuthorllles convcjlng
the Intelligence that the vestcl on which Hawks
worth mid Sirs Hunter engaged pndagofor liar
badois mlled on Wednesday, and that thej aro
unaware that tho guilty parties wcro overtaken on
The seventh of the coursoof free medical lec
tures given b) tho Yoiiim Men' Christian Associa
tion at lis chapel, No 801 K street norlhwcst, oo
turs this evening. Dr. Joseph Tuber Johnson will
speak of " Mental Anxiety and W nrrv ." '1 ho sub
ject Is n practical one, and is applicable to tho ma
jority of mankind.
Thcro has been received from tho composer, Sir,
I). II. MacLeod, a bright morceau! In tho shape of
a song entitled "When l'caco Waves IlerOlIvo
llrauchOvortho lJtndi" words by Professor J II
Mddous. This song is to be n souvenir of the ap
proaching lairofthu National Itllles, and Is dedi
cated to Loloncl J, 0. P. llurnsldc, tho command
ant of the corps.
Arrangements aro now about consummated for
the early opening of the proposed sunimor resort
ntOljmout. Aflna lino of steamers will bo run
between this citi mid fil)mont dally, and every
thing will bo (lone to mako n llrst-chtss resort.
Aline pavilion will also be erected , and n num
ber of lino cottages 1 he stock of tho company Is
being rnpldlj taken
Slurrlngo licenses liavo been Issued to Kdtvard
J nrnrul mid Mary Stofcr, Culpepcr Coutitv, Vir
ginia, Daniel Drown, l'rlneo Clcorgo's County,
Slarjlaud, mid Itoso Drown, Washington, John J
Crawford and Funny Lvlcs, IMwnnl II Sillier and
Theresa llerfurll, William Wright and Slar)
Adams, Ocorgo W Scotland IIattluAdams,riiarlcs
Chrlstliul and Antoinette Do Sliver, all of Wash
Twenl) pcrwins united with tho I'lrst Congrega
tional Church March 5 This church now num
bers nearly seven hundred, probably tho largest
membership of any Protestant church In Iho Ills
trlct, The pastor preaches to a congregation of
one iiiousauii -jiuinaj mornings aim oi live Hun
dred In tho evening, Iho evening congregation
contain scarcely tv unty of the same persons there
in tho morning.
Tho Calvary Chapel Choral Society, under tho
leadership of I'rorissor Theodore 1 King, nt Us
weekly meeting ut the residence of Sir. John U
Judd, hud a good attendance, and after singing
and rehearsing b the poddy tho company Hero
favored by a lolo bv Sir. smilli, n iiurletto b
Mlce" Faauk and Judd nnd Slewrs Mor.m and
Mnitli.solo by Mr Oeorgo II. Judd, and lnlrii
unntulmiule bj Sllit uig
llcntj Ji i '.(on, a ouug c ilor 1 man, w as In the
doek ut the Police Com t jelerli charged with
robbing the rvddineoul lhe' j utoi mid Iteg
liter ul the Iriimii), Ilium ll K lliuee. The ev
dome shovml Pint Mr II tiev and gui-ts ut Ids
ruldLllee. No ui'J I sluil hid lCCitltlv nils-el
biiik-noti-i d null ehaiue fii 1 1 llielr pot keis
at vutlou ili.u-, u nl the InilU n ,d tlutil ) I u
Iruiii) t) II. iim liieksuu, win) wan itiilov ' i
liuiisehold i-e-rviiul ihl Iv ,ln) In - u, , a.
six moiilhs liniiiollierweri Ihus.'iiio
SI RAY SHOTS.,
A JriltllM I.ovm- Tiles lo Nlio,
ol'lll" I'mi'iiiillril Alleit i is.
An Incident occurred the other evetiln
Tn i lllh sin el, lie ir 1.', which lllu-tuitc-. the I
cliurneterul Iho Inequalities of I lie iuuim hi iruo
love. A iim nl In uch iu-e, Iho pui.lie llr t
became awuio ol the triged), uud llicu Kurucd
the causes afterward '1 he hut una that the) nut
only bceninoiiwnroof 11, but were Mulled Into n
kuowlcdgoor It In a very uluuptwii), 1 Ills in
done by no ten a means than a plitol-shot, which
rang out sharply In tho quiet air of tho alternoou
and startled the residents of that quiet localllj.
The) rushed out Into the street to nveerlalu the
eauie, and found an excited group In fiont or tho
residence of a doctor It was ascertained that
soma ono on tho street had llred two pistol bulls
' through Iho front windows or tlio doctoi's rcl
, clenie. Poittiiuiteh, no one was Injured, and the
bulls werohaunlessl) embedded In the wall op
posite. There was, of eourso, a gcticral luqiilr)
WHO HAD 1)1:10 rill I1STOL,
but no ono seemed to know Whoever had Uriel
Iho slioU bad mndo eood bis iscatio and left nn
traces behind Although Iho uimll huppeucd
sjmc aavs ago,iioiiuug iinsiieuiiiiouuiowariiuuu
lug out the person who llred the shot It Is known,
however, that the plitol waslliedat uvci) e'stlniu
blu lad), who was nl Unit tlmo standing In tho
window Whllo Iris not known precisely who
llred the shot, It Is supi-id to bo tlio milcomo of
the Jealoiu) or u i-panlaid, who has been one of
tho lad) s mlmlrirs Of Isle his intentions huvo
been dlieouruged, mid ttioctrui Imsnot becuver)
happ) ii on his slate ol mind As no one was in
jured, nnd as any prose euiloti ol the ardent but
Jealous lover would only result In mi undesirable
iiublleltv of l ilvutvallulrs.tbelud) andhcrlrliuds
liuve uclopled iiomeaiureslownid punHliliig thu
Spaniard lor liU u.sli not.
I'm roll liislllnle.
Theiueuibeisvf tbol'airoll In.tltulo hud a into
treat last evening 111 the eiilerlulument provided
forthcrub) tho proper committee Uter the con
clusion of Ibo business of tho inc-llng the presi
dent, Mr D 1 Murph), ii.tioduced Sir Clmilcs
ll.Davlcs, of West Virginia, who doll vend u mag
nificent lictuio on "lllclmrd llrlinlej Slierldiu,
thu Wll, Diamallst, miel Orator" Mi Daviess elo
quence and wealth of expression held the largo
audience spell -bound Professor Gibson fillonul
with ii splendid cornet solo, whteh elicited u triple
encore An ixhlbltl mof rnpld sketching In cnl
ored cravens by Professor I ltllc, nf Iho M'cncc
rlan Iliulne's College, culled forth uuliouudcd up
plauie W llh great rapidity mil aril. lie skill Ino
l'roksrfir preaeutcil on Iho blackboard pictures of
fruits, How em, unliuuls, Ac 'Hie members spent
a most i iijnyable oiciilug, and after n piano solo
by Mr, Sullivan left, ddljhlod with the nig t's
Vonre nllono In lliilllmorr, .llil., nil it rrcil
ri ptibitrir Vn,
Daitihore, Starch 8 Tho Starliu1 Confcrcnco
of the SIclliodlst Protestant Church reassembled
this morning Her. T D, Valient, president.
Papers wcro presented ond referred to tho com
inlttco on boundaries from Whalcvlllo nnd Talbot
circuits, each asking lobe divided. The Pittsburg
(Pa.) Church petitioned for tho return of J, J. Slur
ray, D. D , m pastor, nnd that his ton, Iter. A. D,
Murray, be made his nslslant, Kcferred to com
mittee on supply outside of that district. Thirty
descendants of Indians at Indian ltlvcr, Sussex
County, Delaware, asked through Dr, bhermtu to
be admitted by the conference as a congregation.
Deferred to commltteo on boundaries A plan of
envelope collections reported by Iter. II. P. Denson,
tohe nppHul to church purposes, was dlicussed
mid laid our for fnrlhcr consideration. He vs. L,
W Hale-, J II. Pnuthcrlaud.J. C SlcCulIotuh. J.
" Muriay, nnd C. A, llenjamln wcro elected n
committee on appeals, nnd Iter. W, J, Napier to
tako chargo of treasury collections, llov, J. II,
Johnson, of Iho SIclliodlst lliureh of Canada, was
Introduced. Iteee-s to ono o'clock.
At tho afternoon sewlon memorial services wcro
held for the three ministers, Hevs J, A. . Moore, D.
N (lllbcrt, mid J T.Adklus.wlio died vvllhln Ilia
Mt)rnr A number of the delcgaies dellverenl
ri marks laudatory of tho deceased. Itov. Thomas
Wells, president of tho colored Dalllmoro Lou
lerencc of tho Mctlicllt Prolcslnjit Church;
Itcvs. Isaac Jone, of Ilaltlraoic, nnd 1 rands
llrown, ol ClinrlCftntt, S. U, and Perry (Jray
(la in in) presented their credentials ns
fraternal messengers, and wcro welcomed
to tho conference'. A communication from
tho I Irst Slethodltt Proteslaut Church of
Washington, D 0, Hskltu for nld In liquidating
certain ubllgullnns, was relcrred lo a spci lid com
mittee. resolullou was adopted that nil reports
of stewards and committees on collections bo
handed lo tho conference sleuard afler adoption,
lo be' embodied III his report. Too second Wodncs
clii) of March, l&sj, was ilxcd ns the lime for the
nititlugof (he uixt conference, tho place lo be
designated hercaltcr. Adjourned until to-morrow
The Vlrjclnlu jaellioillls.
1'r.iDLitieKsDinn, Va , Slnrcli ti In the Haiti
more ConfereureoftheSletliodlvlKplscopal Church
"oulh to-duy, DUhop SIcTycrc iircsldlug, Iho case
of Iter. II, It, W lerburii, WHO was appointed to
Dmanucl Church, Dnltlinnrc, In 1631, and sub-e-qucnlly
accepted a call from r.pworth Independ
ent Methodist Church, whs discussed at length,
mid resolutions were unanimously adopted con
demning his notion ns encouraging tho allcuutlon
oftho peoplo ho was appointed lo serve, acting In
bad faith toward tho Church, nnd In violation of
his ministerial vows, nnd ns deserving the
gravest censure of tho conference. It was fur
ther resolved that his nnmu bo entered as with
draw n, Iho Itev. Dr. Putlorson, a iperlntciidcnt of
ml'Mon work In Mexico, gavo nn account of tho
extent mid resources of that country nnd this mis
sions nf the eliuri Ii there licv. Dr J 11 Slcl'cr
rcu addressed the conference In tho Interest ortho
publications oftho cliutch. D W Waters J 1).
Wilson. John Sillier, J W. Mitchell, H V Illldu
brand, II A Drown, nnd John .'. Thrasher wcro
advanced In the class nf the seenml ear. Itev.
Slissr. Cj1IIu, Denny, mid J C Thnisher, having
traveled twuv ears ami parsed examination, were
admitted Into full connection nud elected lo Iho
dene m's order 1 he cssinlualtou of tho chanc
ier of tho eldcis ttas proci riled with mid n iinm
berpasud 'Iho nporlof the vliltlngcunimllico
of tlio Valley l'emnle College was teferrcd to Iho
committee on education.
THG STAR-ROUTE CASUS.
Piorteilliica In tlif rliiiliiiil I imrl-Tlie
Tho Criminal Court was pretty comfortably filled
jesterda) morning, tho ntlnictlon being tlio np
pcarunco of (he star-routu dcfeiiJaiits, They all
were present, cteept ex-'-enntor Drrcy and lilt
brother, J. W Dorscy, J L Sanderson, uud SI. C.
Iterdell There was n big array nf legal talent,
tpeclnl Attorney George llllss unit District Attorney
( orkbill appeared lor tho tiovcrnmcut, and
Mcsrs leir Chandler. Jere Wilson, Lnoeh iottcii,
1,. (I. lllne, A. II Williams, Charles Pclhain, nnd
A K llrnwno for tho various ilefciidanls Gone
ral llrndv'a case was first considered, borne dis
cussion took place between tho counsel, Sir Wil
son tillering 51,000 ball and Mr. llllss claiming
that the amount was entirely too low. After some
raoro discussion lietucen tho counsel, Julgo
W1la finally Ilxcd ball at SJO.iW), nnd (lencral
Brady's counsel agreed to furnish It during tho
day. Tlio other cases were then
TthTN ii- vmi msiwrn op, as rotLovvd:
Charles II, Dickinson, ball In 81,000, with Dzra
L.Htcvcusnssurcl , John SI Mlnulx, (lfiOO, with
John L Kendall as surct) , James W, Donohue,
SLOW, with John P Dunohuo ns surety t AlvlnO.
Diirch.WOOO, William D. llirringcr, $1,000, Will
iam A. Jackson, 51,003, Kale 51, Armstrong, JLOOO,
James 11 Henderson, 9J000, "amucl ! Cabell,
M.njuj John 11 Sllncr, $5,000 i William II. Turner,
.', 7W, llh J O Hlanton as mircty, II. SI. Valle,
Sl.OOO, lMunnl J. Sweet, 81,009, with Prank SI.
Uro en as surct).
MR. IIINF CAT LED ATTEMIOS
to the fact that Sir Villi's ntiino was Harry SI, nnd
not Henry S! as In the Indictment, Colonel llllss
said ha knew nothing about tho error, but would
look Into tho matter, nnd If correct as stated, nf
courso Iho bond would notlmvolobo lllcd 1.x
Senator Dorsey, J, W Dorse), J. L, bnndersnn, nnd
SLU Iterdell promised tocomo Into court to-day
and furnish ball, and also tba other defendants to
produce their sureties. Sir. llllss expressed him
self as being de'irous to proceed to trial ns soon ns
nosslblo; the conspiracy case, at least, he would
like to have on trial before summer. Mr. Wilson
said ll would bo ncccs-arj to have some Utllo tlmo
topicparo l)y lliureda) week, the 16th Instant,
they would bo rend) to tlio any pleas or motion.
Sir. llllss assented to this arrangement, nnd tho
proceedings then terminated.
A CONTESTED WILL, CASE.
A Dl.lnlierllcil Noil Scrlu lo .Secure III
I.nlo 1'ntlior'n 1'ropcrlj.
Another contested will caso Is beforo tbo Circuit
Court, and will probably occupy tho court's atten
tion all of to-duy, Daniel Drown filed a caveat to
tho will of Patrick llrouu, deceased, In tho Pro
bata Court, ngalust Daniel Curtln, executor, mid
ceilalu Issues wcro directed to bo tried beforo a
Jury, Sir. Hugh T. Tnggart appears for the rav en
tor Juul Sir. Donohuo for tho propoiindcrs
of the will, Patrick Drown, the maker of tho
will, was mi Irishman possessed ofqulto a little
property, but given to rather too gnat n fondness
for a drop of the old "cratur." While his wife
lived she looked after him pretty well, nnd man
nged his dairy business bo tlirllllly that his stock
nl vvortdlv coods IllLreased cousidcrablv. Ills nnlv
son went to Chicago, and during his absenco his
mother died. Afler his mother's burial ho ad
vised his lather to return with him to Chicago, or
lr he wanted to remain here- to dispose ofhls
business and put tho money In ft bank and livo
all tlio Interest Ills father refused lo follow his
advice, to his noil went back to Chicago, W'lillo
thcro he received a dlspitch from ono ofhls
neighbors liilormlngliim that his father was very
111 and probablv d) lug. Ho arrived In W ashlugton
uud found Ids father surrounded by his relatives,
among them being a Miss Croulu, n cousin, uud
lluulel Curlln. Young llrown said, ' How do: oil
do, father ' mid w us told that he had better go
baik to where become from, Miss Croulu turned
around and said: "Icnvo tho muii. he's been
anointed lor death, and If )Ou don't 1 11 send) on
t'iClilinpo quicker tlniii )ou eamolicrc." llrown
died and made a will Ignoring his son nnd leaving
nil hlsproierl) to hlsioihlus. It appears that tho
I man's miuu u in in eu poi-onui against Ills aon
' mid that when ho niado hlswlll ho was almost
nun co upos mrntti.
Tin- IIIiiilriKitilrii L'lilim.
" regular moutlil) lueellugul IheWushluglon
1 1 .mi ten 1 ulnn was held at the Kindergarten
id Iiiilltuie, l.i.lilh mid IC streels, W'edncs
ul, 11 fM lie nicollng was called to order
i i inwis reed bv Ml p Moikun thenrtof tell
i iiesuud Mull i i iu means of educat
ion i il dmi At ir n 1 1 ' iierul dlseu-slon on
thl--ii J it ui ru null U . i In Ihomethods oftho
Linden: iim i mmuu wu-glti u ii) JIHs tjuslo Pol
hick, llielei cliei nrcM m, voiio tuenty luiiumbor,
I iklug the pint ul uu liii.nn clft', nud uswerlug
nroti niii 1
I Mlis Pollock nrnvLd
lie is, II nn I adept
In brlujIliL- out thu slronir
I aturesur thu
1 in be I s)tteiii,niul thetcnchois
weiouiiuli luteiesled in thu results reached bv n
t in I r an hour's lesson At the conclusion oftho
Icson of the evening etieh nf the members of tho
iiiiuinwero presented with three volumes of kin
di rgurteu literature by lu president, Sirs. Ixjulso
Tlio llmiitil Tislilo SftlinkHpeitro Club,
Tho Hound Tnblo bhakspearo Lluh gave a read
ing Inst evening ol "The Winter's Talc," at tho
residence of Sllss Triplet!, Vo 003M strcot north-vve"-l
Thecast was as follows vis .conies (King
of blclllu), Sir ll I Tovinsciid, Jif trnllllut, Slaster
Perev liach, MUenta (King ol lluhemlu), Cup.
tain llcur) Itogers J'tnrlul, sir. C II ilibbltt
lAirii'.'o and Airjnid, Sir James Linden nm-ien
.Mr.Suow, fanifonettfueeiila UonUt), Sllss Slar-guutllo'-axlon
I'mlito. MIssGecirglc lliint, I'uii
iiiiii, Sirs, rlorcucu Icneli I'liillla, Mrs C, II Bab
bitt Inmla, Mln Ciiuiilugliuin, muilc by SUsb
Belle UBSton Professor Philip I nwronec, of New
York, gave with Hue illirt two rccllallens viz
" Sheridan s llldo ' ami " 1 ho frenchman mid tho
Hats." MiMi-iixtoii recited" Drifting," and Sllss
Cunningham gavo n vocal solo, "Would I Wero
Willi Thee" Sir Oallagher pbi)ed somo excel
lent dance music on the plnno
1 still nrse llsenl.
Niwaiiu, N. J Muiuh V Director Stephen H.
Coudlet, of tho Sleuhuntes' National lluuk, was
ii nested to-day on a civil warrant brought by Re
ceiver l'rolliighiiyicu The arrest was lando on a
writ of ne cceaf, Issued Ii) United Stales Judge
Niton, the ball beldg nxed nt tJrtOOO Tho mil
davit on which the ariul was based was inado
by Director James I' Bond who slates that Con
diet told hlmorthe coufeMdon )f Cashier llaldnlu
on tho JOili or October last
A l'l eo Hiilreli In n 1'iee rllnle.
HbMi.i Sfarch 9 ilgunr (ilovuniil Lams, tho
Italian statesman, Is d) lug It is announced that
llev Campello, ex-cunoi of bt Peters Cathedral,
vv 111 shortly assumo tho dlrcctlnu of a now paper,
uitlllod Jjabaro, rorthopubllcallonofwhlelicapl
lal has been supplied by Angllcar dissenters in
Hal) '1 ho principle of tlio paper will bafortlo
lurliiortuco or Count favours Idea or a fr.o
i lunch Inn free stale.
X TlTllblo JIiikIi Nllllll Nlorlll,
MnwAUitir, -March I', Tho most sovcro mow
storm ol the season prevailed hero all tho ufter
noon mid to-ulsht, and will cauio great delay lo
tralus ull through Iho Northwest, if not an abso
lute blockado Tho wind reached ut lliuei a
Tiloelty of forty fourmUei per hour,
A MEW ASSISTANT CHIEF.
Important Clmngea lis (lie lliirenu or I'n
rrtTlna nml Prhitliisr.
Mr, ThomasJ.Bulllvnnwas yesterday appointed
by Secretary 1'olgcr asilitaiit chief of Iho llurenu
of 1'ngravlng nnd rrlntlng, vlco Captain V. W,
Wilson, resigned, Mr. Edwin Laraasuro was
also appointed accountant of the bureau, which
position Mr. Sullivan held.
Sir. Sullivan was born In this District, where ho
has always resided. Ho has been In theservlco of
the bureau about thirteen jcart. lie Is well kno in
In tho community, nud Is nn nctlvo member of
the Immaciilnlu Conception Church, In addition
lo Iho earliest request of Sir. Irish that he be ap
pointed, Sir, Sullivan Is ssld to havo had the sup
port of Senntor8hcrman, LMward Mcl'hcrson, nnd
others, Mr. Lamnturo was formerly associated
with Mr. Joseph It. Cnrponter, n bnnk-noto
prlntcrof Philadelphia, and, upon tho failure of
Hint gentleman's business, was given n plaea In
tbo bureau In 1K7 by Sir. MePhorson, when chief,
nt tho request or Don. W llllnm D. Kelloy. Ho owes
bis present promollnn to Iho recommendations of
Sir. Irish, althoujh ho had lllcd papers for tho po
sition ornsslHnnt chief.
Sir, William I, Sherwood, another emplnyeoof
Iho bureau, who was also an applicant for the po
sition of ns-ltnnt chief, retains his placc,wllli nd
dlttouel duties nnd an lucrcnsanf compensation.
Captain llurrlll. Into of tho United Slates army,
lias been promoted and succeeds Sir. Lamasurc,
Tho vnenuey leftby tho promotion of Captain llur
rlll w ill bo Ailed b tho selection of somo ono nl
read) cmplojecl In tlio bureau, and this vacancy
will be tilled by the appointment of somo ono not
jet einnlo)cil In Ihcdovcrnment service,
A well-known cx-nicmber or Congress who was
formerly engaged In bank-note priming, nnd who
Is therefore thoroughly ranilllar with tho various
priKCsscsof thu work ol the bureau. Is being lie
ilvely pressed for Iho position now held by Sir,
HEW YORK AVENUE CHURCH.
A ii mi ill Morlliiir Iiileimtlne Knllslles
1'ieaeiilril-r.Ieelliiii of CWIIeers.
Thonniiual raeellng of tho Now York Avenue
Church was held last evening, thu Her. D. F. Bit
tcngcr acting m moderator. Tho annual
statistical report showed that 30 persons
hud been received Into membership from
other churches and 40 on profession or Christ,
including 17 In connection with Bethany Chapel,
Total membership, C22, an Increase or 02 during
iho ) ear. Tho Sabbath schools or tho church re
ported ns follows- Homo school Enrolled, 303;
nvcrngo attendance, 23S. Ourley Chapel Enrolled,
420, nvcrogo nllendnnce, 310. Bethany Chapel
Knrolled, 311; avcrago nttoneiancc, 278 (lurlcy
Industrial Klito!31 officers and list scholars;
Bethany Industrial School, 211 offlcers and
teachers, Ladles' l'orelgn Sllssionnry Bo
clet), lOtt members, tonlrlbuicd toward
support of Miss Walsh In India, till, Ladles,
Homo Ml'slonary Society contribution", l;
"ioung Ladles' Homo Sllsilonur) Soclcl), conlrl
bullous, S3I fiO, Youth's Sllsslnnary Society, con
trl bullous, 5-110, tho board of deacons expended
for poor members ortho church, S229, contribu
tions Tor benevolent nnd religious purposes, dis
bursed by thescsslon.Sl.m, aggregate receipts of
tho church and Its missions from all sources dur
ing the) car, MW 51, an Incrcnsu orjI.W over
lu-t jeur. Action was taken for Increasing Iho
means or exit from tho church, nnd tho follow lug
olllterseleeled. I.Ider, A It Quillfe, los.-rvo four
)eirs; deacons, J. It, Van Sinter, w. 11. Ourley,
and J. I). SlcChcsncy, to servo four )ears, P, P.
lairucrto servo twovcars, trustees, J. W Tlinmp
son.J. i:. Htch, J. P. Chapman, J W, Maury, M,
W, Call, and W. SI. (lalt fur ono ) cur.
One lliiuilrcil SA lien.
Probably no American play was ever written
which achieved n more Instantaneous success at
lis Initial performance than tho play or "Ono
Hundred W Ives," and certainly no olhsr over at
tained In a single season so wide and universal nn
indorsement. It was performed uninterruptedly
during a term of thlrty-threo weeks In all parts ol
tho country, nud enjoyed protracted and success
ful runs at tho' principal theatres In Slew York,
Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, St,
I ouls, New Orlcaus, and tho other great cities.
It was received everywhere with uni
form commendation nud exceptional en
thusiasm. It was found to appeal allko to tho
regular theatre-goers and to the religious classes.
It attracted tho attention ot the ministers of tho
Gospel and tho religious press for the earnestness
nf Its purpose nud the timeliness of Its mission.
The largu dally newspapers, contrary lo their cus
tom, gave editorial consideration to its merits ns a
drama as well as Iho excellence or Its teachings,
and vvholo volumes wcro written abont It from
first to last. Thousands or peoplo havo heard or
Iho play vv ho lmv o not ct been ablo to seo It, and
Us presentation during tho present season by a
greatly strengthened company and in n realistic
Bljlo will bo ono or the leading features oftho
theatrical world This play will bo tho attraction
nt l'ord s Opcra-Houso next week.
'l'reali llic Aiiteilcmi.
At tho National Thoatro n,cxt week Sir, John T,
Ha) mond vv 111 bo tho attraction In his latest sen
sation, " Fresh tho American," concerning which
tho New York ttar sa) s ; "Tho fun of tho play is
extracted from tlio contrast between tbo serene,
dignified, and obtuse bearing oftho Eastern char
acters nnd tho energetlo, slangy, lrrovorcut, and
comical Wall street broker. Tho play excited
bouts of lauahter. nnd Is aoDarentlv In for all ex
tended and prolltabla run. It Is In tho purely
American vein In Its humor, and Sir. Raymond as
Jli bears tho burden of tho play on his shoul
ders. Ills Wnll slrcot slang was Interjected skill
fully, nnd seemed to tickle tho fancy or tbo audi
ence Immensely. Altogether the play Is better than
tho one In which his original success wag made."
Itosslnl Cliiirnl Society.
The regular monthly meeting of this society was
held last evening nt tho rcsldcnco of Sllss Stokes,
on K street. It was announced Hint over S100 had
been cleared by tho concert given last Wednes
day evening. Ono nctlvo nud four honorary
members Slessrs. John C. Parker, Albert Fox, 0,
A. Williams, mid Ucv. S. Domcr wcroclcctcd. It
was decided lo give the next concerts nt St. Him
bcth on Iho -Mill nud at a prominent church in
this til) on thu29th Instant. At tho conclusion of
tbo meeting, at tho invitation of tho host, tho so
ciety adjourned lo tho dining-room and rehearsed
In unison a s)inpliony which was uuenualed f ir
compass nud tho pleasing character ol Its move
ment", and In w hlch thu members acquitted them
sclv ca most creditably.
flie hngiir IMniilcr.'
The Sugar l'luiilei Is tho tltlo ol a bright and
lively sheet devoted to tho Interests of the sugar
mid rice planters or Louisiana, now published at
New Orleans cv cry Saturday, the first number
having made its appcarmico in cry presentable
form last Saturday. To Judgo from Its vigorous
editorials, cbolco selection of general news and
miscellaneous rcndlngmallor.und Its well. patron.
Izcd ndverthlug columns, tho tugar llanlti will
ben decided success and a welcome addition lo
thojournallsllo enterprises of tho South, It will
pay special attention to tho proceedings oftho
Sugar Planters' Association, to tho New Orleans
sugar market, nnd will doubtless soon bo recog
nized ns tho aula advocato oftho sugar interests of
Tlio l'riihliiii Olllce llulldliiir.
Slessrs. Edward Clark, Adoirciuss, and Thomas
B, Eutwlslc, tho commission appointed by resolu
tion of Congress tocxamtno and icjiort upon tho
safet) of the Pension OHice (Shepherd building),
hav o mndu u report to tho Secretory of tho In
terior, lu which they slate that tho foundations
and exterior walls of Die building up to tho sixth
ami uppermost story aro of superior construction
und of ample strength, They recommend that Iho
lower floor, now occupied bv tho Pnlals itoynl, t.o
occupied b) lliodoverniucut, and that the flight
ofslnlrs which leads up to tho second story Irom
Peuus)lvuuIaavenuo bo continued to tho upper
Slessrs Vanco and Sousa have made dales
at tho Chestnut Street Optra-House, Philadel
phia, mid will produce their opera, "Tba
hmugglers," nt that house, which is tlio largest
and best-appointed establishment in tho Quaker
Clt), during the week commencing on tbo
Instant. Their enst will bo com-
posed ncnrl) the samo as nt the productions here,
mid they vv 111 lake with them the same largo and
effective chorus that rendered the inusla so sue
ttssliill) nt Lincoln Hall lha merits of this
opera havo nlrcad) been fully clhcuiseil In theia
columns, ami that tbo success which It met with
here will be fully duplicated is a safe prediction,
Inercnslng audiences greet the lino performances
or "Tho Passing lleglmcnt" at tho National
Theatre by Auguslln Daly's excellent company.
At l'ord's Opcra-Houso "Standing room only"
gieet'lhoso who wait until night be'nro they so
ruto their scats to witness Jay ltlnl's Ideal com
pany's presentation of" Undo Tom' Cabin,"
Tim ltithiy, Olooiuy sVtnllii's.
Ytstcrday Inlcrrercd somewhat vv llh lour city
sales, though business mlglit havo been 11 good
deal wnre Our mail otders amounted to up
wiirdof8.0, and so lougas we can do sovvollwo
willbesallslled. Our lea Is hlehlv snnken of bv
ever) ono who uses it We gunrnutco both tea
and enileo to bo strictly 1 unr, nnd will glvo SLUK)
In gold for every ounce of adulteration found lu
cither, wo mean precisely vvnai wo say, ami re
pent Its Om; TiiutsAM) noUAKsaolli loiiK.vinV
OcNtROKAllllrilUTIllN FOl'NUIN riTIII IITPA Ull
101 1'1'IIH I ll 11 11 I'llOM OIKIIUIIT TlllllSAKllCAM
(01 uuTii) miw in stock, aud moronrrlvlng dally.
Yesterday we gavo away six dlHercnt pieces of
diamond Jew clr), seventeen watches of all sorts,
nml ICi In money, besides iv lurgo number of less
valuable presents 0110 In each enn, worth from 10
cents up Oct up n club You cnu easily dull.
Try. Ivors fnmll) uses cllher tea ortonoe,nnd
generally both Seo somo of your friends. Get
llieiu It) glvo von ailullur each mid send lo us If
011 send iisto we will by return mull send ) on six
cam, thus glvlui )ou ono can for) our trouble
Send 111 Jlu nnd wu will mall or uxprossjoul2
cans, ) on Hun get two cans for) our trutiblo. Send
us SJO and uo will send ou24cans. SendusloO
and wo will ImiuedlalilyiorvvardiiiuCSoiinsofns
good teaorc illeeiihc former rontiiliiliiglj j pounds
per can ond the I ittcr 3J-i pounds per tan) money
will buy iimn hero In Ainerlci. Our teum In
variably are Jl n can, o cans fur 11, l'J cans lor 810.
'.'J cans fur JM, or ttt lain for S50, with n present In
overyenu .beudln jourordorf.or.bollcrilllljcall
Inpuson and mako your own selections,
Orders by mall promptly forwardod to all paits
of Dm Uuttcd Elates. Dou't fall to read our ad-
TArtlkAnientjl In Snndav
! papers ami from day to
nlstake not they will prove
majority or tlio readers of
AAV snt week. IfWom!
of decided Interest to a majority
Wo iinhesltsllngly rerer to every leading news
paper In Washington,
Address 1MPOHTKKS' TEA COMPANY.
819 Market Space, Washington, V. C,
Wasimmiton. D. C.. Sec SO. 1661.
I have sufleied for several
yean with Neuralgia, Indi
gcstlon.ftc. Something over a
year ago I was permanently re
lieved by Brown's Iron rmtcrt.
I cheerfully recommend 11, ns
It has not nnlydono me good, i
but Is used regularly In my
ramlly as a tonic, with most
v. a, nmcit.
TrniJcono Evr-OiAssEs, rubber frames, $1;
French gold , 13 : at l'rlgg's Jewelry storo, 457 l'cnn
Tho Rlltilil Ilnllis.
Turkish, Russian, nnd Sulphur Baths,
street. Open Sunday till one p. ni.
"Alrlei ney Dnlry Wneona."
Fresh Aldcrncy butler churned every morning,
and delivered In Hlb."Yard" prints, nt 55a per lb.
Also cottngo cheese, 6e per ball; butteimllk, 6c
per quart, and sweet milk 6c. per quart.
B5S llliV.J, HYATT SSIJTjr.M.d. nitOOK
fciS' lyn, N, Y, will preach In louniry M. J
imrch.HAIIMV lir.al ll n. in Annual meeting or
eVingrc-alonal Tenipcranco aoelety nt 7 TO p. m. It
Slit. 1'IIANK It, CUIIIINO
will deliver n lecture on
EXPEItlENCLS AMONO Till: PUEIILO IN
DIANS OK NKVV MEXICO,
in the Lccturc-ltoora of tbo NATIONAL MUSSUSf,
ON F1UDAY KVnNINa,
the 10th Instant, at s o'clock.
Admission free; and ladles and gentlemen arc cor
dlalllnvltcd to ntlend,
A delegation or .old nnd Sfoqul Indians will bo
presenMn Ailt costmue. i i mrr2t
trZSI- H. T. StAhON, I.ATK OP IIOVVLAND
Iscxy Dcnlnl AHsoelutlon, has reniov ocl to 210 Pour
nud n half street, whero ho will bo glad to nee his
friends. Gas adiiilulstereik ninl
IrfJSr" ALL CLAIMS AOAINST Till! DI8
W3& trlet, cp-clally danvages uud eonneeled with
luxation, cither annual or special, will coiutnuc to
receive my special attention Cull nml sign memo
rial tnCougress li V. W lUl'.VKI.II,
lurio-lm 201 Pour-anil a half stn et northwest.
rV-J5r CLAI.MS ACIAINNT 11111 DIBITIICT.-
Brtv all rinpiONS
whei have made claim lor drawbacks for old pav
ing material or of any other character against the
DLsirlet somo years ago throuih n 1'onr uud n-hulf
street claim aiout (nownlisent from the clly) will
hear of something to their ndv uutago by addressing
N. D, Natlonnl Kipuhllcaii nlllce Kiute who the
claim njent was, tho nature of the claim, and whether
paid or nut. mrl tf
-.m. nnnunva li'tmai -i, iiTl,Tivni-a A tin?
IkJS' rohbeil In'lbls city aro requested to notify if
I UK NATIONAL ltLPUllLICAN at once.asthe)
i oueo jicparitucni uo not nppeur ui wane me matter
made public, under Iho erroneous Impression irru
secrecy leaos in detection oi crime. seiu-u
rtttt WUI DIIMKVElta.BANDl'OIIIIlS. AND
iSZJ other Calarrh Cures, Kidney Wort, Hop nud
Iron Bitters, nnd nil tho Popular
aST' irvou Aim hupi LitiNaritoMNi.u
ttr? ralgla, lleaiuehe. loothnehe,nraiiypalii,one
npplleatloiinfl I.U I IM.KIII I NINO will relieve yon
BoMouJyntCOL'UllLIN's, MaAonle leinple. noil
(V-tJT- faTYIXWIUAPHIO TvND JLvCKINNON
CLv Potintnlu Pens Printed unci vcrlial directions
byOI O. 11. HI.RHIOK.lur street. "o-M!n
fKT3fVAllN Lit H KIDNEY CUItn.MIIM.I'INI?
kvrL ham'sC'onipouiid.Curealliie.Cuni storns'sol.
vent, and all the new remedies, at LOUUlll.I.N'H,
Slasonlo leinple. Jat9
iKr3f" jusTni:ci:ivi'.DPitosi sahatooa.a
Sltat barrel of "Lxcelslor Spring Water," which
w 111 be d spenscd at luy Soda Counter JuM ns it flows
from tho Hprlug, without any nddttlon of gas. O O.
('. HIMMH, druggist, corner l'onrtcentli street nnd
New ork nvenue. Ja3l-tf
it. nosa rnnitY,
Attorney at Law.
No. 312 D street, opposite Clly Hall, nos-cra
Administered for Lxtraetlng Teeth.
11. V. mCMl-SIl.il. UentlJt.
sc27 ly 4cW Seventh street northwest.
Vn. M. A. CAltMAN,
Second door south Irom All Souls' Church.
rresb. BOVINE VIRUS, Irom tho New England
Vaccine Company, on Ivory Points, nt 20 cts. each.
W. S. THOMPSON,
. Jal2 Pharmacist, 703 Hfleenth street
J A SUMS. 'ILU'lIAM.
HARNESS, SADDLERY, XIAOS, Aa
No. O Seventh street northwest.
promptly attended to. Jal
UTS' J. Ik OLCOTT,
I, between Thirteenth and fourteenth streets
(entrance also from 11).
Ijindaus, Coupes, Saddle Dorses, end evcrvtblng
comprising slock iiecea-iary for a first class lllrlng
A nuuibcrof very fine New Carriages Just added to
carriages, with drivers in livery, by day, week, or
month. 4d-Connected with National Tclipbotila
I .tehauge. latf-ly
ggSp" BOOKS AWAY DOWN.
LANO A CO, 1008 F STBEET.
Discontinuing thn Book Brineli wilt now sell
AMLIttCAN UTANDAHD ANU 1'iNE BOOKS nt
less than half low est quotations.
I nil nets Cougrctuluuul Ulobe.
y ull sets Coturresslolinl ltecord
lullsctsSIcllenl nnd surgical History of tho War.
lull sets lortleili Parallel Survey.
I ullsetH Wheeler Hurvey lit port.
lull seta all ValuabloOoverninent Publications.
Bookbinding continued, with Increased facillUes for
Ull tiller work. LANO A Cl).
Icle-tf 1003 P street.
IS-TST" 1'UHK AND Pltl JSH COD LIVEK Oir
W2& Proshly made EmuMon ( Phospbutlc rmul
slon")ofCoa Liver Oll.nl HIMs' I'll A HMAOY, cor
ner l'uurteenlh street and New York avenue. 91 tf
ABLLSOrON LIVE11Y AND HALE HTA
Jtl.IX JOHN 11. CI.A11K. Manager
No. into street, between Seveuteenth nud JJgbt
'i 11111 sin lis,
keeps Tor hire all Iho latest stv lei or Carriages, by tlio
hour or month, with drivers fn llverj.
I4iilles' nnd (ieiitlcmen's Saddle Horses.
Particular uitetitlon given to Boarding Horses.
kind, lliiinnhrev's Hneellles l.xtraet Witch
Hazel, Imperial (Iranum, and other food for Infanta
1K3T Hill'. JOSEPHINE LOdAN,
Hire? Teacher onhe Italian Method ofSloglng.
A pupil of Perlnk l,nmpertl. tlalsernnl, llatidegger.
Ladles nnd eenttemen nrcnared for llallnn uud
English Opera and oratorio
ripeoiai tiiieniioii ki eu to 1 urusius nun an le.
ft 1m No 510 thirteenth street northwest.
HI55T' 1IIK ANNUAL sieltinoof" THE
iisjCf' hiockhnldersor iho National Llfu Insuraneo
Company or tho United states of America lor thn
eleeilouof Dlrttloru offald Company for tho ensu
ing 3 ear n III ho held at the office of the Compsnv ,101
Ninth street uoiihw eat, t orner uf D street, on T UlCS
DAY, March II, IMA at 10 o'clock a. la.
mrJ-td J. 11. NIltllllE. Secretary.
l'liro nnd Uniulnllcraled.
Tlio nectilliir uiPtllolnal minllttos nf Vhtklu4 11s
lllltxl fiom tliellm-stKrowtli of lliedi tho rotiowncU
Vulley of Uiu .Mnnuniratiola hue nUracted lltonl
IPI1LIUII OI I11H .MtrUll'llI I HA.-II1IV 111 1I1H (JIllltTU DIUIIrl
tn Hiitli a decreo nn to pi mo It in a wry high position
ntunncrlhn MnliirlA Mulls h
HoUvtu Invito the ntifiillon of oonnotMeiimto
ourcelfbrniixt lino OM U'lIISUIIlN of tlio ful
lowliiKWi.il known tiramU, 1 CINUS conlnlnlnie
UPPER TEN WHISKY.
OLD STOCK WHISKY.
For excellence, ptirencss, nud evenness of Quality
the above uru unsurpassed by any Whlsktesln the
marLil. 'I In) uro entirely n-ea Irani adulltratlou,
nud uru of uatiuul flavor ami lino lento properties.
'ITIJ.H1: WHISKIES AllEHOLDtlNDEItOUAH
AMI. I. TO II1VU l'KllVlU T N1IINPAS1.
TloV.iindruubobadat all leading grocirystoros
H. & H. W. Cather wood,
111 (south l'l out stieit, I'lltluilelpliln.
KHICKERBOCKER ICE COMPANY.
W.tl.THU II1W1CKM, 1'ieslileut.
Onico-l4J G hticot 11. w.
Hnv lug hnrvesled n suulcli nt ipuiillty of NOB nf
EltN Ull to supply the wants ol this District fur Iho
e'lisillllis ee-esun. laiu 11119 i piiuiiuimj iu iiuiuy uie
elllzcnsof Washington lhal (hey have on hand and
shnll ulwuya Weep sudlelviit to supply the ileniund for
uvs keen sulTlelviit lo siippiy the tlomi
tho purest and best IU13 tnai can uoouiiuncd 'Ihey
dial exclusively In KLNNLIU L AND PEN01I-
HOOT 1IIVKII 10U ami uatniiia ran alwaia rely
upon having tho best at prlcas lower than any other
company 111 uus iniinei. ui
l-riiMi Kama aa last v car. and
our natrniiAun savi
r, and the lcowlllnla)a lo
thocleamtt. purest nud best to be found anywhere,
Address orders lo
ll 0 street oorthweat,
915 Pennsylvania avenue.
Just received, our stock of
FOR SPRING COSTUMES,
conslstlngof nil tho most desirable styles
and lnrtkcs, at prices to suit nil.
Our row stock of J55t3')
Dress and Cloak Trimmings
compriso nil tlio latest novelties for tho
Tint received, our stock of
CHILDREN'S AND MISSES
A.T VKUY 1,0 W l'ltltr.M. --
New Designs in
Real Rhino Pobljlo and Sterling Silver
AT GlllDATI.Y nilllUCCD IMIH'I.N.
15 Pennsylvania nvenuo,
Wnalillllploii, 1). C.
MISS ANNIE K. HUMl'HEltY,
430 Teiitli Street Northwest,
MAKES CORSETS to ORDER
IN EVEBY STYLE AND QUALITY,
nnd Is sole agent for the " 1 f crculcs," (support
ing, nnd for other Invaluable COIISKN, In
1 hilling Shoulder-Draco nnd Dress Deform
Sho has a 0001)81 COltSET, her own
make, and In all cases giinruntccs perfect fit
N. 11 A fullnssortmentofLndle9' nndOim
tlenien s furnishings.
ifrrencb,Oerinau, and Spanish spoken.
Before storing the balance of 1'UIIS we will sell,
them at COST, We offer n few SEAL 8ACQULS
nnd PUB-LINED OAllSIENlt) at l'BIME COST.
fOl Pennsylvania nvenue.
FAIRBROTHER & DAVIS,
No. 112S NEW TOItlC AVBNVIS.
For Evening and Party Wear.
Sprin-gr 3-ood.s I
H. D. BARR,
Ull Pennsylvania nvenuo.
Our own Importations now received and open for
beven hundred and elghty-nlno dlfTbrent HUIT
IN08. OVi.rtCOAll.N03, und TUOUHEIUNOS
from 1 ranee, England, uud Scot nnd to select from.
you aro specially Invited to tho (J rami Opening (dally!
from 8 n in. till 0 p m), where the art of Drexftltig
ell will bo attended to by Mr. con 11. For lit, Htyl.
and 1 -legal ico lemu jour orders at tho Leading
liouso of Woahlngtoiu
X-X- 3D. -X.v
I3IlElTi:il AM) TAILOIt,
mrC p 111) JnnHlVflnlaavwnnp.
A Large Assortment of Hew Styles
DEVLIN & CO.'S,
1320 3P street.
410 7th St.
SPRING FASHIONS in HATS
GICVTLKMEN'3 DltPhS HA1U
OKWTLLJIKN'rJ D1.1I1IV and OPEIIA HATB.
Knox's Cclolmitcil Hats.
SILK AND GUANACO UMIUWILAS,
JorfAdlcnand Uentleineii. -
futl) iioxt tOLurncr 'Ihlrtunitlietrect,
Pltl., Hark ,1 VIkuk's UdMl Novelties In Oeulle.
men a (Moves und Neekivcar, Hautlsoniely rmbrold
ertl bilk buspenders, In fancy tmxes; 1 lush Hcarfs,
Upclesrallsturtoppi-J U loves, bill: llMidkcrclileis,
Hnirf lllngi, UmbrelliLS, luid a full and complete
selected cspeelnlly for Iho Holidays
THOJirSON'S SHIRT FACTORY,
810 V STIIISUT KOUTIUVI5T,
BO MUN JtKAI) AUVI5UTiaiCMKNl'H?-WK
bolioNotheydo. but wo also btlluve tliut oxne-
rlencfi hxu tan si lit them to discount about t) net cent.
ul wliaiiipencrully riprehtontM, WedouoCiropoij
Minlln our ftdvrtrltrioment onlv
;uuus 10 Am
at we aro prnarod
j ibu nnlv A1ANP.
to prove In the (Irrt plaetf wearo tbo oul
VACrrUIllNtJ UliOTJllKHS IN WAHHINtUOW
Woluvo dwillnaonly with the mills luanu
.arttirtog Clotlii. Ctonlmireii, Ao. Our price are ntttur-
ily ntolft per cunt, irvatimn any owieri"
ourw in tho
OurfctockofHulWHi.il OvtrcoaM U large nml
lanisiiUUU l'lliTi ti nut sail 'uinv -js, -
WANOKU t OO , Oncptlea Clothiers No siosey
.... rl.t ...... ,J.lu tn anil nil vlivi.u
VO -II DMI1W. IIUI 111-1 TO. ", .... ..-,, ...-,
N. W. BURCHELL,
V " sZrL i
THE DATE AND HOUB
VtK BHALL OrttH OK J
FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH.
AT 0 O'CLOCK rilOMl'Ti
Six Cases of Wamsutta Pil
low-Case and Sheet
In luiRtlit from I to n ardi, at two third i their re,
ular value. Tlieie remnants come direct 'from IM
mill, and aro
54,04,7-1,8-1,9-1, 104, 11-1 wide.
Borne or these nro twilled. Every Remnant vvlllbss
marked In plain blue figures.
We clvo Ibis tlmoly notlco to giro everyloelr sv
cbanco to get (he first choice, as It Is natural a
Remnant of 21 yards or 6 yards
Is is better length than 3,'i or OV, the former belnj
JustenODgh fbr ono or two sheets, while the latLcf
w ould have lo be cut up Into Pillow Shims.
Also One Case Full Yard-wldo
Jeans, at io cts.
All our Winter Goods of every
description nt prices which nro
bouuil to sell the nrtlclc.
LAHSBURGH & BROTHER,
40-1 nnd -10 G Seventh Street.
P. S. For otlier important ncus from
our Stores itt Daily Paperi ami Sunday
Herald 07iJ Capital,
1117-1110 Pcnnn. nvenuo
401-403 Twellth st. n. w.
Still Further Reduction
Now is tho Timo to Buy Thorn.
3-Bntton Palais Royal Kid Gloves - 76o
rornier price, 91.3
Button Palais Royal Kid Gloyes - 70o
Vaimlly sold for 81.10.
6-Bi.tton Palais Royal Kid Gloves $1
During the past few days ue liaie miitta
SWUEl'JNO IWDVCT10NS in all our
department, to male room for our Grand
Opening of Spring Goods, due notice of
which will be given.
814 Seventh street.
YOUR LAST CI1ANC1. THIS SEASON.
Until March 10 only the following reduclioni
mil be made:
1 be balauce of PA 11 KP.M HATS an I nONNIJIB.
at ;. 13, ami til nul-l foriiierly at I-,, flu, ami Sli
Ourfamoua llliAVUIt liOCIhOHAYis will now be
closul alio rents: fnrtaerlr tuu
Our MOSCOW IiltAVttruS, lUnlrulile shapes, at ID
Dl'ltln h, ut Si t-eiitsj formerly 7S cents and lb
LovelyTlllM MKi) 1TA It) la e.filldrcn'a aul Slbnet
sixes, at AU and 74 ( vtits.
lino VUKNCK iIA)WPIlat il cents a Bpras.
HOIKS mi.l 11111)1, nt IU HU por douou.
line VVA'l I.U I.II.IKH.oiSolhmiu.
ljcsant Ill's) liialieolorM.as&Vei nls.
ma i INK. Mii.ua I'.UHilia, viii.viero, vui
VIC 1 KlH, at ll per cent lw than prime cost,
A line lot or lmilllOIDIlllV below market value.
to rlose the entlra lot.
ZliAPltaof all tluilciulluguiid host makes ond styles,
at n treat reduction
Our 11 LSI Kits will t sold at S3.V) and f l
Our CI IICUItAP.! und CIJIAKM at fiw iind M,
Our entire slock of VVOllM ll.ll HuuilS and
HACQU1H at TO per cent less than cost.
Kill (ILOVliA I.AOU VIOHUtl, HOA1UM, an
BILK II VNDKKrtOUII.PH, atiisaerllterv
v. Ill loclun until llarcb 10.
lively PI.IIMKA lu all shades, Ti eeotl, l,lii,
We are receiving dady our new ttylet of
SPJITNO GOODS, and hate tome lotely
ttylet ready for inspection.
HZXliTQ-'S 3?JLIj OB,
01 Scvcntli Htrcct n. w.