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AVIIjIi TII15V YIIiliD ? Tlio (itetlou nt Issuo lletwncti Mr. flic Lenn iiml 11 Cnlnroil Oluircli. Sonic liioiitha ngo lir. Mcl.cauof tho Cincinnati Enquirer made cirorls lo jmr fclmso tho Fifteen tli-slrcct l'rcsbytctlnu Church property, hut without success. 'llio ofler va9$v"H),000 mid a lot nil natal on 3' street. There- was n division among tho members of tho church on this oiler, anil fcvcral very stormy meeting) were held, finally tho majority prevailed nBaimt Iho oil'or, and Mr. McLean wniso notified. 'Hits lnml he desired in nddtion to tho cottier lot. upon which he Intended to erect n hotel. Ho 'proceeded to build, however, on the corner lot nnd nlso. claimed nnrl occupied lour reel oniwlot held by the churci For tomo cause rcu. For tomo causo no Ureal proceedings crolakcn by thi ohnrcli. mid ho con wcrolakcn by thi tinues to construct a high wall almost touching that of tho church, coninlettlv hhuttlUB out all light, causing tho church to UFr gas during the day service. On the other side n wall shut1) outmost of tho lifiht Tho question nllOAl is will (ho church now yield to his demands" Clood au thority says that it will not, hut on tho other hand it is raid that tho building will ho rented to one of tho most revival lslii congregations In the city who-aro wont to hold protracted meetings, not ad hering very strictly to tho propor hour of dismissal or very sparing with lung force. Tho idea evidently Is to mako It uncoiu loitablo for Mr. McLean's tenants Tmdlcrt' HlHtm-lcnl Society, Tho l.ndies' Historical Society met as usual ot tho residenco of Mr. Hnratlo King rndny morning, Mr. W. M. Springer occupying tho chair. Mn, I.. O Tnlbolt presented a fon thoughts upon 1'lato, follow cd by .Mrs. King, who Knc a bclcctlou of wiie "iijiiiga from l'hoclon. Mm. HotVinaii read a paper on the Athenian Ucncr.il, tolion Mis. A. E. Hlevcnsou iurnishcil an article upon Ilpdiuhipndus, which was read by Mrs. Hwcat. Mr. II. Ii. Ittiter Hufoiir read a hUetch of l'clnpldui, lolloped lv an iirttclo Jupon'SArl'totle by Mrs. J. II. LiliuomK Mr. Z Jl. Vance read an nrttcla upon 1uih.iUicik'.-, followed bv ojctracU from l'rofusior Thomas David' rou'h lecture upon "Niobc," read by Mrs. Scudder. Mls Hill and Mrs. David Todd of Amhcrit, Mass., contributed choice vocal muie. Miss Nona Hunch ldayvd lliicly tho lolln, acconipaiiied by Mr mother, Mis. Julia h'ehojer. Not On tho Cipncnil. An April fool story on Commissioner Athimison tho rounds in tho Interior Department. Tho genial General was taking an airing behind his stopper on Sunday last along the lirlghtwood road. Near riney llmncli a number of boys cautioned him to stop, and when he reined un thoy shouted that his. horse was bleeding from afoose shoo which cut In as tho animal traveled. Tho General was about to alight, when, with ono ac cord, tho boys yelled, "April fool I" With rare presence of luind, the General told tho boys thai they were too smart (or him, and that ho would give each n rmarter. Taking out a handful of silver iuvicw of tho boys, they, in all eagerness reaching for It, ho coolly exclaimed: "April fool I " and drovo oil', leaving tho boys conscious that ho had given them as good ns thoy tent. Mrs. Lincoln's Press Kccoptlon. Tho press was represented at Mrs. M. D. Lincoln's reception Thursday ovcnlng by tho following Indies: Miss Caroline A. Hilling, editor of Jutlitla, Chicago; Miss Carrlo M. Ashton, Miss Catherine U. AVough. Mrs. Keltic S. Chaplu, Iowa: Mrs. Moore, Diibliu: JlksTaylor, "Dora;'' Mrs. 0. D. Barrett, "Sappho." Tans; Mr.". Abby Morton Diaz. Boston; Miss Mabel Haydcn, Mrs. H.J. Smith, Mrs. Spcrry, Mrs. Slaughter, Dakota; .Mrs. Ifclva A. Lockwodtt, Mrs. 1J. T. Charles una l'rofessor H. C. Kirk. Miss I.izzlo Currier and Mrs. Lucy Wills guvo musi cal fcclcctious. Among tho guests were JIsss Caroline Hansom, Mrs. fc. A. Kim ball, Captain .1. C. llarr tnid Colonel J. II. Iticbards of Dakota, Colonel Fpcrry,, Mrs. George W. "Wells and many others. . . , i Arrcatcd l'or Higiuiiiy, Quito a sensation was created yesterday afternoon by tho arret of a man named Francis Young, at the Howard House. Tho arrest was made by Detective Horne for Baltlruoru olllccrs, who wanted Young tor blguiuy. It was learned that Young's l'ropcr name was Dr. Win i O. Youne, and that he was married once In 1870, and ugainlast week lo a daughter of Thomas CurCy of Baltimore, and was on his wed ding tour when arrested. Ho inado no abjection to returning to Baltimore and left lor that place Int night. 'Ml. Vernon Avenue." Tho Mt. Vernon Avcnuo Asoclatlon huvo issued a lmudsomo brochure, en titled "Mt. Vernon Avcnuo: A National Memorial Highway from "Washington to Mt. Vernon, with tkrnio Account or the Natural and Historical Attractions Along the Tropost-d lollU." It Is beautifully printed and Illustrated, and Mr. John H. Jteavis, tho author and compiler, desor cs great credit for tho able and graceful execution of his work. Gibson- Brothers uro tho printers. Vrihonorfl I'ov Albnny, The following criminals loft last night for tho Albany Penitentiary: Itobort Johnson, six years; John Green, two years; John Mack, nine years; John Stewart, one year; Gcorgo Ames, ono and a half years; Fiod. Lomax, two years; Thomas Cojcsoii, ono year; Itobort Quiet, two years, ond L'dward Washington,' one year, all for housebreaking, and James 11, Myers, ciilcuced for fifteen years for rajo Tunics "Wliltcomu Rllcy. At the Authors' Headings Inthistlty lecently tho star of tho platform was James "Whijcoinb Itiloy, and tho people wurited moic every tlmo ho appeared. Now they will havo a thanco to see him at his best in Headings nud llccltatlousat the fiiivcrsalist Church next Tuesday evening. Senator Turpio of Indiana will preside and tho evening will bo a moit entertaining ono. Tickets tit Mctzoiott's, "Women's Dispensary Itcopencd. Tho dispensary located at tho corner of "Four-niid-a-half htrcet and Maryland uvtnuc. which is for the bcnellt of women und children, has been reopened. It is tho intention of tho lady board of managers lo gle a "House-Warming'1 bhorlly fortlie purposo of raising money to pay ofT tho debt occasioned by thu icccnt tire. Clmlt'KCiI With l-'orftorj. Dclcrttro IToriioyustcixluy nrrcslod Mel vlllu Howard, u wliltu man, living at (! 1) strut northwest, churgul with forging the name of V. C Chllds, tho hlcvcle luauufueturer, to two checks for WO tacli. (3. 1, Kcllojrg, tho grocer, cashed one of the checks. Howurd Is iiultu tt young man and little known in this city. Glees, Wlilxtles and WjiiIiIoh. The AVeslejan I'liivcrslty Glco Club, which has won such popularity In coo rrt in iirlouMltir! and towns in the Kut, auil;yfhghas bten engaged for lwoceIQOfiatitiiiiquu tlilsAiiiuiner by ihclteysilrfJJH Vincent, will slug at th Tfutloiiil ltllles HtUl on Tugwlay ovnilng-nbit. ' - Fouiiil by Dr. Murray, j Call at 3at Pennsylvania avenue and j get M I. B. T. It cures fever aud ague, rheumatism and all Ulducy diseases, tjumplo boxes free. Address on Tompcrnncc. Tho llov. Eugene Haiiuan will address St Pulrlok's Total Abstlneneo Bocioty at uarrun insuuui? jiuu to-morrow evening. Our druggist informs us that Dr. Hull's Cough Byrup sells better thauuny other cough medicine, "Now. It's ull rlaht, HV nil right, dar ling," euld Mrs. Workhard,"! havo tested HlhproUBulv. Salvation Oil will surely euro yourpoin iu the back," i Hornet's fe n, BATTL c of HKE Hen, B J, PRENTISS Tell the Story of the Bloody Conflict of Shilob. AND Is the Anniversary. 1 5th S '3ST- W., Two Blocks South of Penna. T ; Open from 9 a. mMp 10 p( m w5 i o T T Jrl To-day TO-MIW Expiratiom of GRAND SPECIAL SALE -or- leu's liirnisMng &oods ! KEEP MANUFACTURING CO., 437 Seventh St. N. W. KeeicL -tUn-e Folio-wing 3Lo1)tox,5 orrtCi; Ol KKKf MANUCACTURtKU COMl'AWV, New Youk, llnrch U7, 1H9S. To 0 V. BtmDIniC, Agent Keep jraiinfarliirlnsCo., Waslitngtoa, I). 0.: AnyounroRwnro Titonirs, Anathan nnd Onpcnliclmor rctlro from our firm .Inly in, IBHB.'wItlHlrawliiijtliclrcnllro Interest la cash. In order to ratio this larno amount dao them It will bo necessary to reduce tho stock l ward I ess ol any sncrlllce that must 6a madolu icKaidlo jirlcos. You will, tliorofoin, mako nch concesslona to tho peoplo ot ,.., cu, m Ml i.. . mm ..I. or ii ""tSiiVSDtiSSKcTOBiwi win. Everything Sacrificed for Cash Only. Mv Mock consists of Mow niwl 8easotmbto Ooods, ospeolallr inanufftcttircil and lm twrtud for this tenson's miles, Tlilmalc. pionrrlnpas It doos Just at Iho o)ealngor,tlio reason, when ovory (tonlloinaa will icqulrn a frosli nupt'lv of X'urntililnics tor tho spring nnd summer. It will occur tool cry ono that ft lsn raro chance to rop'oulsti thelrward joIjcs with tcasonahlo goods nt tho following oxtraorillnary price. 1 quoto as follows: KEEP'S SHIRTS. C'.t llrand llioo I.lncn, 05c; lCKulnr price 7rii. K. Drnnd 2000 1.lncn, 8Tfo rCRiilar price. . K.K. llrand 'J 100 Unon. SI (7Jfi; rcjtular ptlco, $l.V,"i. KEEP'S K. K. K. BRAND COLLARS AND CUFFS. Collars, licit 1-ply. lalesl stjles, (I lor (l.'io; lcrtnlnr lirlco.HOo cuffs, best 1-ply, IntcM stylos, 0 pair for Sl.'jn: icguliir iirlic. Sl.r,o. Ko lcs Hum six Collais nnd six pair of Cuffs sold at llioo prlov t MEN'S HOSIERY. Bost llrltMi Half Hose nt llc; tCKtilar. price, 'Jnc. I'rcnch lljlbilgi;an Half Hoia at S2!o; regu lar price, :!Oo. French Lisle, Black nud Cotoiod, at Doc; re&iilnr prlro, COc. Derby 111 bhed Cotton, Mode bluidci, at. '15c; rccular prlco, noe. I'aucy Striped Cotton nt 2,"o; rusulnr price, :ioe. rialn mid Fancy I.lslo Thread nt 18c; regu lar price, !Oc. Herb; Ulbucd Dalbrlgeau at 25c; regular prlco, line. 100 docn Fanuy Striped Half Hoso at 33o; regular rrlce, coo. KEEP'S K. K. K. CUSTOM NIGHT SHIRTS. Hands, 00c; Collars, $1.01; regular price, fl.lfi. Louodalo Cambrlo Night Shirts, 08c.; regit Inrpilco. S1.1G. One lot l'ancy Trimmed Nlflit Shirts: loin lar price, S1.2Q and $1.50; all go tit SI cash. SUSPENDERS. Ocmilno Ouyot Suspenders, !)5o; regular prlco 5(Ki. Our Suspender Slock Is largo; prices 2 J, 23, 05, 40 and up, nit nt Cut Prices, OLIVER P. BURDETTE, 437 Seventh St. N. W., SOLE AGENT FOR KEEP MANUFACTURING COMPANY. KENNEBEC ICE. I Ice Co' Wholcsalo nnd Retail Dealers In KENNEBEC ICE, llai o harvested and stored In their houses on the Kcunobco lth or, Maine, this Hcaon, a two ycara' supply of as Pnro KENNKI1EC ICE as ever cut to bo served from their Yellow Wagons at tho lowest rates. If you want puro drinking wat cr uso our K EN'NEIIliC ICE In your water coolers, Oflice, corner 12th st. nnd I'a. nve. Depots, Oth street wharf and 3103 Water Mrect, Oeoigotowa. ( r.oi-2. Telephone Calls-f r.9l-u. , 1 701-2. GENTS' FURNISHINGS. 'Vi''NVAVVVV HUNT'S AND I'llIIRIN'S (K.OVJIS (Ko tcconds), IIKIII-CI.ASS UNDritlYK.VIt, Clink XvcklliossliiKSi I'V.lAMAfi, Hiur.'is, Ac. TYSSOWSKI BROS i3wrr,cEia?Jii3RB, Cor. 15th and GSts KEEP'S SHIRTS. 427 SEVENTH STREET N. W. O. F. BURDETTB, SOLE AQENT. DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. 7umiT. Hoffg Malt (EUuer), doz S3 23 (Tarrant), doz BUS Wyoth'g MH, doz 3 75 Maltlue, per bottle 75 RECAMIER. Recamlor Cream (1 00 " Ilalm loo " Freckle I.atlon loo " I'owdor , 70 ' Roup 120 Aycr'aVlta Nuovo 75 Qoumd'a Ortontal Cream , l 00 W. S. TI01PS0I, PHKHJumCIST, 703 Fifteenth Street. Partnership i UNDERWEAR. Keep' K. K. .lean Urawori, rehiforcod, He; leaulnr pried, noe. Kccp"s k. K.K. .lean Draweis, rehiforcod, liopsrccular pilie,70o TlDcst India Oauo Shirts, 41c; regular prlco, noe. Suinmci- Merino Slilrls (li)e: regular pilco. 7re. medium Weight Camel's Hair Shirts nnd Drawers, SI : rrKiilnr ptlco. Sl.'.'o. Medium Wolght Star llrand Shirts nnd Drawers, $1 fio oacb; worth from S 1.00 to $2.20. Medium Weight Kxtra Kino White Shirts and Diawers, 83c; regular price, SI. One cato rrench llalbrlggan Shirts and Draweis, our own Importation, equal to silk, only 81 each piece, up lo Mm II HlilitundlO Drawcis; extra largo slzo, Sl.25 each; toga lar price. Sl.BO. Ono case J!ngllsh Balbrlggan Slilrtv self fronts, hound necks, regular inado cnff, at Mi',; legiilnrpilco, 33o. COLORED SHIRTS, ritENCII I'KItC'AMS. Two Collars und ono pair Cuffs la nont strlpps und Agates, St. ill; regular price, $1.50. NECKWEAR. lOUilorrn New Teck, Tour In-Ifand nnd Windsor Scarfs, nil to be Included In this sale. llcaullfnlTeek Scarfs atlOn. 20 dozen AU-SIIU Wlndors at 33o.; regular pilcoDOo. SILK AND LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. 20 dozen C. D. II. S. Haudkerchlets nt lOo. I'ucli; rcKitlur prlco 15o. 20 0o7cn C, II. II. s. Handkerchiefs nt lOc. each; tegular prlco Ma. 25do7cnC. It. Ii, S.IIandkerchlcti)at35o. eaclii regular price, 50c. Ask to eo Dargalna in Silk Handkerchiefs. JEWELRY. Scarf l'lns. Studs, Caff Buttons, etc., all at way down Cut l'rlccs. Men's Nobby Gnrters 20o: regular prlco 25c. Z'i" Lelng tho agent for tho "Hoywood" Car riages, we havo now In stock a full lino of this standard mako In all tho latest designs of upholstering, In prices as low ns tho ordl nary'makos. Wo guarantee every coach sold, Alto a full line of Luce Covers, Afghans, Carriage Hats and nil tho nccossary tilra mlngs. MATTINGS. Our impoitntlon of Mattings rocelvod, onv bracing all tho latest novelties In colors and designs of nil tho leading makes. REFRIGERATORS And Ice Chests. Thoso In want of a reliable llofilgorator would hcttconsull'tholr interest by oxamln log our lino. Over 200 dlffgient designs of tho"Maokl Jiaw" Dry Air Rofiigoiutor und loo Chest. "The Mackinaw," CIcanablo with movable linos, solid nsb. carved nnd ornamented, triple wnllod, eb.tr conl tilled and nictnl lined, inaklnaflvo walls In all, solid lion nheltcx and uh-tlghl looks. a rvi.i. i.im; ok Lace Curtains, Portieres, Furniture Coverings.' Slip Covers In all tho Latost Koveltlej, cut and lit, at i.owest nices. Wash, e, Williams, Healer In I'utlilonahle Furniture, Cut pets and lpliulottiiy Goods 311, 317, 319 7TH ST., 633, 635 LA,' AYE, 632, 631 AND 629 D ST. H, W. Bauy Carriages Ui--?! S tfawjmJ!4toz Woodward &Lothrapls COLUMN. Full of Attractive Bargains. BLACK CHANTILLY LACE FLQONCINGS. Another lot of the beauti ful 40-inch Chantilly Lace Flouncings'at the low price of $i per yard, with which we were so successful a few wcels ago. Kotwltlistandlngtho Intrinsic valuooftlio above, tho populnr demand sooma to bo forn flouncing from S1.75 to SU.OO per yard, and at that prlco wo havo an unusually attractive lino, vlz.t 3H handsomo patterns,, prices as follows-S1.7f. $l.ao. 81.88, $2, J2.1II, J. 10, 2.G0, J'J.08 nnd 80 per yard. Ilavlng cnlnrecd our taco Popartmont to meet Iho growing domnnda of trade, wo nro now enabled to wait upon you Willi moro comfort, promptness and satlsfacllon than err before. (First floor, right o( main entrance.) WOODWARD & tOTUItOI', Cor. 11th and V sts. u. w. SPECIAL ITEMS FOR IHPAMS. Everything new and par ticularly desirable is ex pressive ol this stock. We note the following lines as being seasonable at this time: Infants' Corn of mull, laoo and silk, beauti fully trimmed and of tuo very lutost cut, "3c to g;l cadi, with a stylo ntncarly overy price between. Children' Corded Mull Caps, with full ruch trimming ami broad mull strings, GO and 7Co oacb. Infants' Fine Mull C.tps with coxcomb front, ruch trimming, edgod with lino laco, 71)0 and SI eaoh. Chlldien'a Corded Mull Three pleco Caps, largo mull how, mid broad mull strings, (I3a each. Kxtenslvo assortment of Chlhlioa'a Whllo Gamps, Ht7Gc, H7ic, $1, Sl.'Ju, $l.f0 and up. hlegnut line of Infants' Kmbroldcred Cash mere Ing Cloaks, nt SJGU, SI, W to SliJ.GO each. 8uperhllne of Infants' Ilcmstltchod I.ong Robes, mado from French nainsook and India Muen, from $2.25 to 811. Ml each. Attractive variety of Infants' nnd Chil dren's Fancy .Short Cloaks, In tcira cot I a. gobelin blue, India red and various fancy checks nnd stripes, handsomely trimmed, cm broldcml and brnidod, prices exceedingly reasonable, S-i to $0.50 each. CSfWearlng apparel for tho ltttlo ones un der -I jcars of age will bo found In tho parlor on second Moor: over -1, third floor. WOODWARD & LOTHROI", Cor. 1 lth oml V sts. n. w. AN UNRIVALED CORSET STOCK. We have not a Corset in stock which we do not be lieve to be the best that can be procured at its particular price. All lines ato complete at present, and wo wo wcro novor better ablo to so satisfactorily meet tho demands of our customers. Wo quote: Whllo Stronir Jean Corsets, w lth sldo steels, donblo steels In fiont. corded bust und well formed, sizes 18 to Up, only GOo per pair. Celebrated R. 0. Whito Jean Couets, iloublo front steols, Bldo steels, laco cdjo at top, very shapely and comfoitable, only 7fiopei iwli. Kxtra Durable (Icrman Woven Corsets, with three broad bones oer tuo blps, scalloped top, long ami nhort walt styles, perfect shape, only $1 per pjlr. A LA I'EHSKPHONE "I. C." COftSETS. NoUslthslandlustho fact that thousands of Corsets bnobocn placed on tho market filnco the Introduction of tho Kronen I. O. Corsets, nono linvo been nble to wrost from It Its enviable und u 11 desorved popularity, wo shall continue to mako a specially of tboui until we tan find better, and don't think wo uro not looklns mound, for wo wouldn't bo KCOd merchants If wo didn't. In this lino of Concts wehavu cloven different styles and nuallllcs. ljioy nro tho heit for glvlui; n graceful shape tot ho woarar. Thoy nro tho most comfortiiblo. liecnuso I hoy nro form, moulded nndcoustiuetcd on hciontlllo prin ciples, cnthcly freo of any Injm Ions piessure, and teadlly adapt themsehes lo Iho form of the nearer. '1 hoy arotlio imut durable because nothlns; butthoterv best materials cnlei Into their constiuclloH. Thoy are hot for rase, comfort, r;raco, health pud wuar, andiheapo hecuuse t hoy luothubtst. 1. C. Vrcnch Cornets, $l.no per pair. I. C. rrench Cortets, 31.75 tier pair. I. O. l'rench Couets, $2.,J3 per pair. I C. I'lcnch Corsets, $2.70 ier pair. I, V. KienvhCoitclH, &i,00 per pair. I, 0. Viench Corsets, g;i.r,o per p,ih- I. ('. rionch Corsets, $1.00 per pair. I. c I'icnoh Consols, $1.25 per pair. I. C. Fiench Coipets, 81.H7 per pair. Wo havo a largo and completo lino of For lls's Corded Coisct Waists for Ladles, Misses and Childien. (Second floor; through either aroh.) WOODWARD & LOTIIROl. Conior 11th and r sts, n W ITEMS IN MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. You cau no longer ntiord to mako your Undri wear, us wo can sell you tho garmouts rendyrnadn at a loss prlco than wo can tho muslin, trlmmlnR, tlucad, Ao. Havlnij again replenished tho stoek, wa ato unusually woll prepared toinect your demands, and to-mor-itiw morning shall offer tho following oxtin oidlnury vnlaes, which nro well worth your allluil examination. LADIES' JIOSLIN CORSET COVERS. Tor 12o each we Oder Corset Covers of fall Muslin, well inado, flnlsbod seams, hut tons and button-holes complete. I'or 2Go caoli wo offer Corset Covers of good Cambric, high neck, trimmed with Hamburg, pearl buttons ami band-woikod button-holes. All sizes, For 25o cncli wo offer Coiset Covcuof good Muellu and good Cambrlo, made low uook and tilmmeit with laco Wo romombcr when wo considered them good aluo at ;i3o, Kow -Tic. Tur GOo eaoh wo offur Fine Cambrlo C'orsot Cotrs, mudorompadour-neck, yoke of solid embjoldciy. uml llnmbuig edgu nioundHio neck, oxtru long wulst. All sizes. Low, squnro neck I'ambrlo f'ortct Covors, tllmmed with torchon lace, 7Su. SI, S1.25, 81.no, $1.7r, $'J, $'2.i!5, fiX0 and $.1.-I3. FIKi; MUSLIN DRAWUItS, For -15o per pair wo offer good Muslin DiawcH, deep llambnig rufllo, with two clus tirs of two-wldo tucks above, nicely llnlsbeii. full cut. All sires. 11N1J MUSLIN CHKMLSU. I'or 07ko each wo olfer full-Muslla Oho mlse, lucked yoko, Hamburg ombroldery around neck. nWo c, and dou flout, l'r 80o each wo ofler ery good Muslin Chemise, tguuro neck, lliimbu'-g Inserting und edge around neck and sleatos, thoroughly mudo and finished. All sUes. i'inj: muslin walkino blciin',s, Toi fiDo each wu ofler excellent Muslin hklrls. with wldo tucked cambilo rufllo, with twoohuteisof four tucks above thorulile. 'Ibnbestbklit mado for the pi he. For7Bo each wo oiTerl'xlia Vino Muslin WulklngHklrt. with six Inch lino l(amlmrn' lufllo, nine wldo liickHabovo tho rufllo, full width, and extra good vuluo, I'lNK MUSLIN NKJUT R0IIE8. Toi $1 each we offur 1'lno Muslin downs, oko of fiuo nlloor uinbroldciy, limit Mini hleoeslrlmrood with lluinbuig; liulshed In a superior womunliko munuor All sizes. l'or Jl each wo offer Kitrii lino Muslin HuhbaidUonns, ynkoof ulttnialu vtldo nud nairowtncks, with Hamburg Inserting be tween; full sleeves, neck, trout and sleuvos trimmed with Hamburg (uaorllug and edgo, llphhed with herrlng-hoiio braid. Ourdieat Specialty Is Bridal Sets, whloh we (,how In thrro pieces. In 1'inn Muslin, Kino Cambrlo and 811k, laco tllmmed. Tho utter luilollcnto sliudei of Light llluo, I'iak nud Ciinm. (Second flooi ; through either arch i WOODWARD &-10THR0P, Oar. HUi and V 8trU U, IT. EASTER BARGAINS. Spring lillinery and Wraps - JSi.'V KING'S Choice Selection and the Largest Assortment of French Pattern Hats and Bonnets ! All the I'ASliionable and Leading Shapes in Untrimmed Straw Uonnets and Hats at Remarkably Low Prices. Children's Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats. Flowers, Ribbons, Millinery, Ornaments, Lace Caps, Sun Umbrellas, Parasols, Corsets and an elegant line of Silk and Beaded Wraps and Jackets at KING'S PALACE, 8 1 4 Seventh Street Northwest. Special Attention Paid to Mourning Goods. .SEALERS IK LUMBER, DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, &C. Flooring and Dressed Lumber in Dry fihecls. Special Inducements offered on Florida and Virginia riuo Flooring. DEPOT FOR BUILDERS' MATERIALS, CORNER NINTH ST. and RHODE ISLAND AVE. 7th and r streets, ' no28to aoioKit., J MILL and DRY KILN fMhnmllt. I. two., Georgetown, D. C. vtasnmgion, u. v. COrTOIOUTID. Ei Eli & COn GAS STOVES j jlfy 3iSM! Gas Boilers at $1.15 and $1.50 for Instantly Making Tea or Coffee. CMLS COOKERS For largo and small families. Jast tho Stovo for summer nso, as yon Vioxtlnjulsh tho lire tho instant tho cooMnc is dono. For solo by the Washington. Gaslight Company 413 Tenth Street Northwest. CHICHESTERS.ENGLISH. EMYROM? SAFLMWAYSRCUABIE.TO LADIES INDISPEMSABLE.SOtD BY All ORUSCISTS? MKFOH DIAMOND BnAIIDfltlUnTtrrSlCUiH ANaTiHPNaoTMeaf rf finriATUHCOMlurnv Rfiv. cm cmisiu cniui&ALtgitoumer mmihjn sajniu ra 7 nflfl WNcutniuwHiiiin iliiiwdnialsm.0 VMWWUUUWTDD UI.WMUIIABOna mA9 FINANCIAL. H, L. CHANDLER I CO., Ban3s:ers, 188 V .St. N. -Y, Telephone, 1037. -DIRECT WIMES TO- Ilenry Clews Si Co., I lloston, Chlvuco, New York. l'hlladolphill CAMPBELL & CO., STOCK, DRAIN, PI10VISI0N AND 1'BTnOLEUM BltOKUUH, 13:3KSTIiraT(OvorShoomnhor')i WASHIKGTON, D. 0, Direct Wlro to Now York and Cblcazo. D. K. TLAIN. W. B. niDDS. B. K, PLAIN X GO., DltOKIIItS, Grain, Provisions and Stocks, COTTON, HINTn AND F STS, AND 1423 V ST. Washington, D. 0. Cttv ItErentKczj, COLUMBIA NATIONAL DANK. Chlcaso Correspondents, MILiriNE, BODUAN & CO. Constant quotations of tho Chicago and Now York Slarkels by special wire. PEERLESS DYES (w"utuvwwn', SJi MS&.! - PALACE IB IE?. CDS. j Estlmatos mado on all kinds of Mill Work. Top Time Is Coming And the avcraco bov always has time for a top. Kelt to ft top tho boy Ukos A New and Stylish SPRING SUIT, And the week before Easter Is tho time ho wants It most. Our Spring Stock Contains the Kovrctand most Fashionable things for Boys from ti to 1G years (Short rants). Wo are Glad to Show Them to You. 931 Penna. Avenue. MR COOKING! D IWM'OrN DlvfiTFEWNTD THCORIGINALjTHCONLVCENUINr. kBCWARCOFWORTHLESSlMITATIOnS, tAiKVNUliblil IUK IMIl.PtiltilHJUIlll DIAMOND' BRAN D.TAjmqjHDj On INCL03C 4V(TAMr) ron PARTICULARS kiTT.n it n.iun. mail sigmaturcom cvtnr iox svi rnouLADIES who have uicd FCHNvnoYAiPia$nHcwi. DRY GOODS. &.-WM. R. RILEY Corner Ninth and E Streets N, W., Is cloiltu; out all kinds ot DRV GOODS, At Very Jtedncod Katos. E. G. DAYIS. UtACK JUlF.SS (1U0U8, EMDltOlDKlllKS I.AUfJi AMU T11U1MIKUS, 719 Market Space, Washington, D. C. JIATS. HATS! IlilTSl SPUING STYLUS, Iu all the Now Colors, nt S2, S2.G0, $a, $3.50 and 1 1, SPIIISQ BTYI.K S1I.K HATS, $5, JO and J8. CHQIOK UTOCK UilUltELhAS.AND CANKS. Gloria Umbrella, with Gold and Silver Handle, at S2.2S aud $2.50, JAMES Y. DAVIS' SONS, 1301 I'll. Ave,, Corner 13th Ht. PROF, J. ROCHON, Ladlo' Prenoh Hair Drosior,, 537 15th and 012 11th sts a w. Hair dresslna at the two storos, 000. Calllnsatro3l ' rioncA tmlraiiMtha luilp. SI. natr shampooned, dyed and out, Frouoh art ists In attendance. All tuo modern toilet articles, fine perfuinery.boantlf ylns cosmetics, etc, aud on ezOallont stock ol TfW kept.Coa stautly IXny.tvrotoro, ?m Tsf tULMOL i..iii$lLpiJtei,ikrttJu MBfeWrfi-. G-eogafS t Houses. Ml StFtJlli St. H, V., Have Just Opened with a Large, New and Elegant Stk Cnrpcls, Oilcloths, Mattings, Rugs, Heating and Cooking Stovc3, Kitchen Furniture, Refrigerators, Baby Carriages, Etc., Etc., Elo Goods'fold at CASH I'UlClia on tuo install! tr.cnt I'lau on easy terms to suit purchaser. Will ha pleased to seo nil his old customers and as many now ones. - BOOTS AND SHOES. JUST RECEIVED. Men's Kangaroo Shoos, Ladles' Overgalters, Assorted Colors; Ladios' and Children's Shoos, Ties and Slippers, Men's Calf and Patent Leathor Shoos for Stroet Wear or Evening Dress, Easy Shoos for Tender Foot. DALTON & STRICKLAND, 939 PBNNK, K B WASHINGTON, D. 0. BcrawforT'shoe Is -tlJLO Only J9.oo SOLD DIRECT TO THE CONSUMER BY THE MANUFACTURER. 810 l'KNNA. AVK. FOR THE BEST CALL ON- GEORGE W. RICH, 717 Market Space. 4S7t loth St. N. W. 627 Pa. Ave. Eoot. I have a lot of Flno Shoes, my own moke tbatlwllleoUatabarsaln. aire mo a trial. USH CKniN, bTKltUXn, Misroi.A, lin.T unnr.' OH Ohl,UKA U1LS, And yoa Trill always havo beautiful Broad. Ilolls and Biscuits. Wholesale Deittt, cornet First street and Indiana avenue. WM. M. QALT & CO. MEDICAL. JSf Art WEAK MEN BudbriiiRfrom tho effects of youthful orrora, ciriy Jecoy.wMtlng weakness , lost manhood, etc ,1 will eomi a valuable t realise (ioale)) containing full imrllciilara for home cure, FREEofchtrgo. A plenJlil mollol work t houlillM) riil hy every loan who Is nervous amldeblliutod, Aildrtta, I'rol. F. C. rOYYMUt, Mouduii. Conn. DRUNKENNESS OR THK LIQUOlt HAIHT CAN BE CDItKD IJV ADMINfSTEniNa Dlt. HAINES' GOLDEN 81'BCIFIO. Can ho given In a enn of coffon or tea without tho knowledge of tho person taking It. It Is ub solntoly harmless, and will off ect a permanent and speedy euro, whether the patient la R moderate drinker or an alcohollu mock. It has been Riven in thousands of cases, and la every tnetnnco a perfect euro bus followed. IT NKVElt l'AILH. Tho system onoo lrapro nutcd with tho Speclflo, it becomes an uttor ImnosKlblllty for tho Unuor appotlto to ex ist' l'or sale by B. P. WAHK, under the) Kbhltt Houtc; It. K. lIi:i.l'lli:NSTlNlt,Foiir. teenth strcot and Vermont avenue, Wash Ington, WEAK, USDKVKtXll'KD 1'AItTS tit' TUX body enlarged nnd strengthened, fllill Dartlcnlars sent (sealed) fiee. iIUU MEDI AL CO., Iluffolo, N. Y. SOEAFNES3 tBwncMilwnui ConsuniHtlon' CURED AT HOME. I NtW PAMPHLCT ttKKB B (! MOUTH UltOtD StUK, Mil! .uiiin.iimi, ... Z Sr.Pf AV.t'osoU flrb!ftta ol Tar latuOauyt BonajorKcir rw&pul&t ami n&motali.r4iw Installmen QgHjpSy l tho bCBk-t?aJi TO fg T1"