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YiwsCTja(Bji -TP1jWtwT1W? ?"gWfs:Rff,,f THE EVEKING- -OTITIC, WASHINGTON, D. 0., TUESDAY, APEITj 24, 1S83. ' 'vw i ( - Lti m iiji t THE EVENING 01UT10. Published Dally (Sundays Excepted) nv tub EVENING CniTICPUBUSHIHQCOMPAMY ail NINTH ST11KET NORTHWEST, Washlneton.D.O. TllltMSl HINOLK COPY OUSTS BY CAimu:!!, per Month :t OKsra 11Y JtAlI.,(rostKO Paid) Ono Year I.BO BY MAIL, (Fostiutn Paid) Six Months a.as Mail Subscription InrirloMr In Adrancc. Address fyKNINtl CRITIC PUIILIHHINH COMPANY, Washington. I). C. Entnet at the roitojjlec In triisilnclort as froml gffMi tnnltrr, Tuesday, April 24, 1883. Complaint nRalntt tlio bolitnll cars li becoming general, especially tinwtir; tho pat rons of tlio Metropolitan line. Tm: Irish Convention toboliclil at riilla lclpUia to-morrow bids fair td bo a truly TcprcEcntutlvo body, nnil Its iirococillnjM will doubtless bo cliainctcrljed by wh'lora. Anrnn ilny win n etcnl succoss In Nebraska tbls jrcnr!iern,O(jO,O0() trocs woro planted, And yet Congress liy pliclng ft duty on lumber offers a toward for tho destruction of our forests. It is plain that tho elder Dma Is not to tlio fore. Tho Sim yesterday bad nil edi torial on Army desertions whlc't di 1 not tloso with tho Catnnian sentence, "Wost I'olnt should bo abolished." Jlr.p. Lakcituy has lctttruod to Now York. She told a llei aid icportortliat sho liked Washington nnd lliltljiioro very much. In fact sho seemed ''mnshed" on ns. Sho said that tlio reclpt3 for her eight performances hero and In Daltlmoro were. $13,000, equal to her llrst week In Now York. The money accounts for tho " tnash.'' I.OKI) OltANVir.t.r.'s reply to Secretary rrelinghuysen's letter ilocl.-irliig that tills country would bo justified in denouncing tho Clayton-lhilwcr treaty. In which ho contends again3t Mr. Frollughuysen's proposition, will test that gcntleuiin's ability nnd firmness. Thero would bo no doubtof tho position of tho United Sta'oi if Mr. riellnghnysen's predecessor woro Secretary. Bat.num offered Jo.OOO for tho prlvllogo of taking his big elephant, Jumbo, ncrois tho Brooklyn Bridgo, bat tho proildont of the concern dfcllned tho offer, saying that . Clovcruor Clevclnnd must cross first. Well, let tho procession movo on, (Jovernor CIccland 13 a bigger elephant on tho De mocracy's hands than over Jumbo win in tho hands of tho great showman. Let tho band begin to play, Oun octuple contemporary, In telling who will bo present at tho reunion of tho Tarrogut Veteran Association tc-xorrow, gives this list: Becretnry Chandler, Admiral ro-:or, Roar Admiral Hoggs Loyall rnrrngut, Hon ol no lato Admiral Captain U.S. Osu:m, ex-signal officer of rarrngut's Ileot, and. ft nnmb,r of other distinguished poraons. Fcrhaps it would bo better to read tho list thus : Secretary Chandler, Admiral Tortcr, Rear Admiral Boggs. Loyall F.irrajut, sou of tho Into Admiral; Captain B. S. Osbou,cx-sIgnal officer, Ac. A correspondent or a morning pi per, writing from Now Orleans, sayf: Bomo people In tho North havo old fogy no tions about having stores opon on ft Sunday, nnd object to rock-fighting and running tho nterson tho Sabbath. If Now Orleans laughs nt theso notions, all right, Dut business of tho better sort does not thriro under theso conditions. Wo ndviso this correspondent to go to Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas City and sco what "somo people in tho North'' think about tho things ho men tions. It occurs to us that "business of tho better sort" thrives in thoso cities. Wo fear that tho correspondent's eyes nro blinded by sectional prejudice, which oven "somo pcoplo In tho North" nro afllicte.l with. TlIEEE HUNDRED AND TITTY Mormon converts landed In Now York ycaterday. Ono hundred and thrco of them aro Scandi navians, tho rest being Bnglishmon. They nro described as being well dressed, and their baggago indicated that thoy aro hotter off in worldly goods than emigrants usually are. Tho missionary In chargo said that Mormon doctrines wero better received and more converts made among Protestants than among Catholics. In Ireland ho found a liberal spirit toward Mormon ism J n tho north, which is Presbyterian, but in tho south and west, which are Catholic, it was dangerous to preach tho faith of tho Latter Day Saints. IIo said thero nro G,000 Mormons in England too poor to emigrate.. Tho Mormon Church has ICO Elders In England and 230 In En ropo altogether. Surely tho riso and pro gress of Mormonlsm is tho most remark -nblo religious phenomenon of tho 10th Century 1 It is timo that tho Department of Stato waked up to tho fact that England pur poses to nso this country, practlcilly, as a part of her own dominions. Ono of her schemes Is to ship tho discontcntod popula tion of Ireland to this country, forcing upon them n choice between emigration and tho workhouse Tho dispatches this morning tell U3 that 12,000 persons in Gal way havo'applied for nsslstauco to coino to America. Wo aro glad to rccelvo all who como to this country of their own frco will to mako it their permanent homo. But wo deny England tho right to forco tho Irish pcoplo from their native soil and drlvo them to thls'country In order tha. sho may bo relieved" of tho Irish question. Ireland is a 'conquered country which has never acquiesced in tho victory of her foes, nor been reconciled to their rule. It Is said of tho Turks that they havo been campol lu Europo for four centuries. So, too, tho English havo boon camped in Ireland for sovin centuries. They aro more aliens to Ireland than tho Turks aro to Europo. Tho English idea now Is to drlvo tho Irish from their natlvo land and fill tho country with Englishmen; and to do it thoy proposo to uso this conn try. It remains to bo seen If thero is nervo enough and patriotism enough nnd wisdom enough in'thls Administration to checkmate this cold-blooded scheme. Another thing that tho dispatches tell us is this: In tho House ot Comm-ns Mr. Ilourkc, con servative, gave notice that bo would question the Qovernment as to whether nny stops had been taken by-tho authirltios at Washington relatlTO to the conspiracies against England alleged to havo boon organized in America by members ot the Irish dynamlto party. Tho cool Insolence of this question is un paralleled. No such steps havo been takon and fiono will bo taken, unless our Depart ment of Stato is to becomo a mero tendor to English outrages and mfcgovernment. Tho impudence of tho question is palpable whon wo recollect that It proceeds from a raombor of tho Parliament of that country which avo asylum and protection to Joseph Maz- zlnl, tho Itnliin Eossaof a previous genera tion, nnd his followers, and to Orslnl and his fcllow-loinb throwers, and which btt lately batboied Hcrr Most, nnd now offors arcfugo to Russian Nihilists, Clormau So cialists and Pitiiclv Communists. Tho shoo begins to pinch John Bull's comi, and In hisbull-hcnded wrath ho flings lit? own precedents to tlio winds nnd abandons allko lonslstency and sclf-rospcct, John Bull Is likely to bo dlsippnintcd ngnlu ns ho has been hcrctoforo In his doll lugs with Undo Sam. THE"cRmC ABROAD. "If what I hear IstnioSam hasn't bocu acting and talking with his tisual discre tion lately," said ftl'cnnsylvanlan tho other day in speaking of tlio Speakership and Sam Randall's candidacy. "What has Sam been doing now!" asked the Critic. "Making remarks which ho had bolter withheld. But then ho supposed that ho v, as surrounded by his person il friends nud followcts. nnd it seems bo was not." "Well," said tho Critic, "stinpoio you stop talking in riddles now and glvo us tlio facts tell us what Sam said." "Yon know that until n few years ago thero as nor to tho kulfo between what v.cro known ns tho Wallace wing and tho Randall wing of tho Democratic party In Pennsylvania. Rutin tliocoursonf hurniu events It becamo necessary to patch up a truce. Randall and Walhco buried tlio hatchet and they nnd their henchmen 0111 binccd. It was nil very touching to tho Insiders who know thero was mighty little sincerity lu tho truce. Iu fact what ever sincerity thcio was was on Wallace's pait, for Sam Randall novor yet niado a bargain without a mental reservation of somo kind for tlio beucfit of tho said Sam. Well, you know that of lato tlio papers havo been indulging in a good deal of Presidential talk, and tlio namoi of McDonald, of Indiana, and Wal lace, of Pennsylvania, havo not infic quently been coupled together. This was gall nud wormwood to Rindall. Evou tho .cry suggestion of Wallaco possibly bocoai lug Vice-President makes lilm howl lu waidly, for as a rulo ho is just at this tlino tooshruml to talk out in meeting. But ono day ho forgot himself. Tho Wallaco eaudidacy happened tobo mentioned, when Randall made a bitter, slurring remark, Eomctbing to tho effect that tbo tall would mako tho wbolo body of tho ticket stink. 'JIkio nnpiiencil to bon Wallaco una pios cnt. Tho remark was reported, and tlib rcEult istliat tlio Wnrlaeo men aro mid ns March hares. They havo n good many filends in tho Pcnnsjlvania delegation, nnd if Randall doesn't mako his pcaca bo will eoon find that bo will havo to emvass his own colleagues pretty closely instead of running after tlio Tennessee and other Southern delegations." Here is a gn-.it story : Thero Is n goat belonging in Jackson's alley who is a tenor to showmen nnd bill-posters. Iu ono day bo ato up Bunum's Cir cus, chewed up Mrs. Langtry, demolished tho Light Infantry Tiilr, ilessicted tlio National Pair races, macerated a baseball club, got away with a blcyclo raco, demol ished a tiustcc's sale, swallowed uart of Ker'ssrcccli which ho afterward voraltod up and went off b-a-a-a-lng for more litera ture. It is generally supposed lu Swam poodle that this useful animal receives a pension from tho job-printers of tills city. It is lumorcd that President Arthur will mako a tour to tho Pacific coast within a month or two and that ho will visit most of tho leading marts of trado on tlio way. Tho book which Mrs. Da Long will issuo soon wlllr contain, it is said, among other interesting things, somo sketches from tbo poncil of Jeromo Collins, tho nrtist who perished with tho Jcaunctte. Thero aro somo profile viows of mountalu nnd snow-cap scenery rnado by Coll!n3 among tl.o effects saved from tho wreck which aro very crcdltablo pieces of crayon work. "Mr. Fred Law Olmstcad U tho land scape architect of tho Capitol grounds, you know," said a gentleman to tho Critic to day. " Yes, I so understand; but what of it?" "Well, sir, ho is ono of thoso men who sccrnJo think God Almighty was ignorant of tho law3 of Nature." "Ah, indeed! Why do you speak thusly of tho gentleman J" queried tho Critic. " Bccauso ho Is eternally interfering with tho laws of Naturo in this, that lie has every spiing,or tho last fow years, beon trying to im'provo on Naturo's works, by endeavoring to mako tho treos in tho Capitol grounds grow just ns ho wantod them to grow." " Ilns ho succeeded ?'' "No, sir: ho has not; but ho has suc ceeded in destroying tho beauty nnd sym metry of thoso beautirnl trees. I tell you no man, no matter how scientific he may bo, can Improvo on tho handiwork of God." Has Mr. Olmstcad chargo of tho im- Tirnvpmriiltliphnr mailn In thn nnrMiixinlPTii rroeraeuisueiUE;rnauotoinonortuea5torn cntrancoof tlioCunitol?" " Ho lias. IIo lias bcou nb that job about n year. IIo lias had tbo stonework put up nnil torn down nt least tbrco times. Seoim that ho Is unablo to get it to suit his tasto, and I presume this sort of thing will con tinue as long as Congress codtiuues to ap propriate money and ho is paid a salary to livo in New York and milto a trip onco a. month over hero to eco how things aro BOIDR on." "Tho phll-a-lu-bird Is another species of bird that has mado Its app:aranco lu our city," said an old citizen wlthiu tho licar Inu of tho Crltlo last ovening. 'Thll-a-ln-bird i Now, what kind of nn animal Is that?" "Well, ho Is a slight improvement on tho dude. IIo is possessed of nil tho attributes of tho dude, and has au additional qualifi cation. IIo wears sharp-toed shoes, Derby hat, tight pants, shad-belly coat, striped cravat, a red handkerchief iu his picket, tho corner sticking out, smokes cigarettes, wears baug3 and whistles through hi? nose, to as to bo heard for milc3 around. Oh I ho is a bird. I tell you, ho Is a dandy. I saw ono at tho theatre, last night with a $1 pair of opera-glasses. IIo was occupying a twenty-uvo cent scat, lou can see tho phil-a-lu-blrd on tho street nt all hours of tho day. IIo is moro dangeroui thau tho dudo in many respects." IlCNcrlptlon of Uncle. Washington, D. 0., April 21, 1833. To the Editor of the Eienlng Critic: Would you pleaso to dcscrlbo a d'vlo, aud oblige. lllUDEn. Two men rcro admlrlnz tho wonderful skill displayed by Adam la assigning namos to tho beasts ot tho Hold and the birds ot tho n!r, and wondering why this nnlmal was called this nnd tho other that until they reached tho hog, when ono said that tho naming ot that bcat dlsplayod no special sagacity on A' nm's part, "lor," ho nssortod, "airy Uamplirol Knows alios Is n hog." Tho dude Is much tho samo In this regard, no description being necessary to enable ono to tell a dudo on sight. Foot Stevenson, BAKOTA Tun. Rov. James Mccarty says i "Brown's Iron liittors cured me ot severo dyspepsia." Wluit Murphy Is nolug. rhlladelpnta nccord. Francis Murphy has porsuadod 4,003 por bona In Carlisle, England, to quit drinking spir its and Join his Slue Jtlbbon Society, Ho U do ing moro solid work for temperance than all the prohibitionists in the United Ijtates. Thoro Is no reform so oracaclous as voluntary absti nence. That beilns nnd onds In the right place. ' 1 Qn.i.hMwn nn.lnlll.llMl Ail! ,M ,Am,.lr,l thflt .k OUUt.VI M UUkUllUlltl VUini. - vu.i.v ' llaotall In tlio price ol cucumbers only adds uwtn tv tlio uuaciiv imuwiutiui AMUSEMENTS. NATIONAL THE .TKn. Herrmann has nlwnys beon ft great cirJ here, and each year his popularity liiorotsos. His repeitolro this reason Is rspcelally line. Tlio nils tloyal Marionettes nro an on tlrnehowln themselves. Grand mttlnoo t raorioiv afternoon. roivn's oiLnA-nottsr. Cnmcross' splondla mlnstnlsdrov ft largo nud enthusiastic audleiicti at tho Opora-Uuso last night. They aro too most rutlnod min strel organization lu exlstcuco. tue new dime atusr.cat. Tho Interest In tho museum ountluuos una. bated, nnd Us attractions aro always fresh aud liitejcstlDg, THE WAS1IINUT0N LIMIT INfANTnV. This Is tho last week of tho grand fair an 1 imrnr tor tho V.ashlngton Light Infantry Corps. Honotfalltonttcnd. Tin: Tiir.kTnn cojnqur. Tho show at this populir resort Is ft decldod change from what wo havo soon for somo ttmo. As tlm curtain went up last night it romliuto.t ono of tho fairy tales wo read lu our childhood days. Thero was tho bevy ot beauties graco fully attired In snow-whlto drosses, and bs ench ono of them sang tholr tospoetlvo song It was encored to tho echo. It would bo super fluous for us to mention any ono whoro nil aro eo pood. Tho American rour, tho monarchs olnllhlgh-klckcrs: tho four principal mlrth prooklng disciples ot Momus, who havo pleased, amused and astonished ovorybo ly In every goctlnn nf tho country whero Ihey Iitva appeared, Tho American rour present now fongs, dances and lndescrlbablo foUtoi. Tho funniest team In tbo worll. Jako Hudd, Washington's premier favorlto, gavo one ot his lulmltabto nbsurdltlns, to the delight ot all present. Tbo show clises wlthn vory f incy nfterpleco by tho Amorlcan Tour, supported bp tho cntlro company. msr.BALL. Tlio Manhattan, coloiod, of this city, and tbo Swan, colirod, of IMchmoud, Vn., tho ihmnplons ot tho Old Dominion, niooton tho dlamund'lleld at tho Athlolto Park to-morrow afternoon nt d ISO. An Interesting gisio may bo expected. An Angry rnmoniinn. Special Dispatch to tlio N. Y. Trlbun. Wasih.vciton, AjJlll Q2. r.eprosantatlvo Peltlbonc, of Tennessee, was in a state otmtnd when ho visited tbo Whlto Houso to day, ami wns In n still worse humor when ho loft It. It eeems that ono of his constituents was con victed and sent to the tianltunttarv f jr stml log postal funds. Aflor ft petition for ft pardon had beon preparod'hls fatbor, who Is a mints terof tho Gospel, mortgaged his own property ror$SOOand mado restitution of tho minoy utolon; nnofllcerot thaPostortlcoDopirtnioiu having held out hopes that atter such rosiltu tlou n pardon for his pou could bo easily ob tained. Tho Attornoy-Ooneral has, however, declined to recommend the grantlDg of tho pardon. Mr. Pettlbono Is very wroth ovor what ho stiles tho ambiguous terms ot tho Attiruey Geueral's Indorsement upon tho pa:ors. "I wanta decision In plnln Lunllsh that I fan un derstand, " shoutod tho evcttod nud lrato Ton lioFKeo statesman. "I toll you thero Is a gul denlof talk outside about tho kinder deolslins we get from tbo Attornoy General. 1 am a lawyer, and I know bow a lawyor ought to net. ' Mr. reltlbono also demands that tho (HHlsh.-iU bn restored to thn convict's tabor. "This great Government cannot afford to keep Hint money and tako tho homo away from that old picacher and his motherless daugh teip. H ! nn outrage." As Mr. rettlbono proceeded ho grow moro and more violent In tono and gesture, audit was ery cldont that his auger had oim I lotdy mastered him. Ho was not pilllo 1 by ii promlo that tho mattr would natu ho tailed to tho attention or Mr. Biowstir, an I ho stormed out d tho room In high dudgoii. Wo lire Alnnyn on ihonlert tosccuro novelties in rabrlcsfor oiirinUorlnBUeiKirtraeiit, Wo dross poms ot tho ljCEt pcoplo or YfAbhlnstoii, Klsemin IIioh , tlio mobt prominent t alio in ana cloth lere.cornpr or StnemhnnJ U. Si !;. !. r. Important to tlio Meli &WfrjV ,.t. Nimototm Indlcato WvjET15 .VtV fliseaie, ft cmttaiunce, I&&ETT TS? ckanee Death! Srmp. kt b$iF ttunnarp, lmparo blol, & liaitrJ cotitveni'S'i, Irregular arpetlte, heatlactip, sour belcliln?, sirencis In bntk.brriLSt nud rIop, hoirtpiioi, nUdluesi. bad rolor 1 onto oli nnd urlupJiotHtitl cold sematl ins, sillowpkln. "riWAYNk .SPILLS" euro bygent ly rciuoIna all corrupt luatter, regulatlu? and uotirlfelilnK Ihn pystcni. 2iCt nta (U stamps), box nf.iO pills; a Iioxp fl, at Drtuelsw or or mill. AdtlresaUr.bWAYyilA hOX, I'hlladfrlpbla, V&, TJOTOMAO-STIIAalDOAT COMPANY. A DAIIA I.INKTO KOnrOT.lC AKD rOUTP.EbS MONUOE. Jleglanlnff May 1, 1SS3, thin Company will es tablish n DAILY LINE of Steamers between WASHINGTON, P. C, and NORFOLK, VA Stcpplrg at TOUT JIONIIOE, ALKXANDUrA, ?INY TT. and VT. LOOEOUT.cotug antl re turning. The ever popular palaco Steamer GEORC1E LEAIIY, whh NEW BOILERS, NEW STATE KOOMS, NEW FURNITURE, OAlU'ETa, etc,, iborotigbly renoatedand upholstered through out, and the magnificent fcteamerEXCELbtOR, will be placed upon this route, ono of which n IU leave dally (Sunday excepted) at 5:30 p. m., SAT URDAYS at fl, from 7TII BT. WIIAR11. This Company Imvlos secured the connection with THE BOSTON & TROVIDENCK STEAMERS EXCLUSIVELY, after the above date, all frdcUt for point east can eo only by the steamers of this line. Tor further particulars apply at Company's ofllce, 7TII STTtEET WIIATir. L. IS. HUDQXNS, Supt. Vjl, T. WFLCIt, Agent. apr2I-10t IiROPOHALs rbiuHJitLic isuiiooL FunNr. 1 URE, Oi'ipJK or Tin: Commission Ens, District or Columbia. Washington, April 5, 18S.1. tfaled FropobaUwlllbo received at thli olllce until 12 o'clock m. on Thursday, the Mtli Instant. to supply furniture for public school use In the I Iatrltt or Columbia, according to tho BpQsiQca ,0n8oU file, copies ol wblcU ulll bo iurnlsned upon application. . .. uu......iaavuL iiki (cilia 111,11, ,u irjctb Buy and all blda audpatla of bids received pnt ftuantlo thlsadTertlsement. Sy order or Hoard. WILLIAM TINDAI.L, apC-:tant:il (secretary. CiEEIA&ES! Carriages!- Carriages! A TINE LINK OF TIRST-CLASS CAHRIAGBS. None ethers kept, AU work warranted to be ao represented. Uua't purchas.0 ehewncre until you bave examined my stock. Prices as Low as Good Work dan bo So At. Jter&Irlnc Promptly Attended To. MBEE.T H. &RiIAI, riopoaltory and Factory, 410-416 Eighth St. Northwost. PUTT1 To nHwnodeslro perfect UeaItb,or II K (4 H the tocovery from anydlseasei no illillj matterwhat.ThoUEAtTunELPWi n. II.. Bo"Jtl01.Unffalo.N. Y COAL OIL, 110 TEST, by tbe barrel. 014 cents per gallon; lowest price la the city, Call and be convinced. A. SONNENSTRAIIL, 1132 Seventh at. n. w. J- X.. VvTOIji', 3WE- TO,. DENTIST, 110 V BTItEHT HOBTgVirasT. VT. H. VEBKHOFP, Sealer In Wall Papers. Window btiadea, Plctnrs t Frames. Pictures, Ac IS BXYBtiTU BTItEET ilOaTUWEBT, CLOTHIKO. A. -w ..-. it C. a M Is fl I'Show this Suit in 20 Dlfforont Pattorno, Prlca $10 to $20. GEOBGE SPRANSY, ONIMUlICKCLOTntEll AKD TAILOR, H07 SEVENTH 8TBKET. Eor tlie Boys EHSCrABT STTIT3 AT I.Iam'biirger&Sons, 015 Ponna. Avonuo, UNDKIt METItOI'OLITAN HOTBI.. Stylish Suits to Order. We have a Largo and Va ried' Assortment of Olothes, Oas&imeres, Olieviots, Diago nal and Serges, winch we Mako to Order in the Very Best Manner, and at Low Prices for First-class Work. NOAH WALKER & 00., ' CS5 rilNNSYLVANIA AVIINUK. SPRING OVERCOATS, LATIT faTYLES IN ENDUSS'S VARIETY, A. SAKS & OO.'S, 310 AND 319 SEVENTH STIIEET GEO. F. TIMMS 5500. 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Cold by all firueers. JOHN O. PHILLIP.-. A CO , Auontsnf the Calcutta TiaSviuHciUo, lltO Wati- KHT..N.Y. DARBY, NewEpaper, Book and Job Printer, 3 NINTH flTUKKT NORTHWEST, Btt 1) and K, Id prepared to rrlnt Newspapers, Boo&a, Patn plileU, Arguments, Urlefa. mtaloEUf, Ulanks, Llrcul&rM, Carrts, &c, Ac, at short notice, In tlio beat style, at low prli ps. iSnttsfactton iraarantoedt Bn2 miFUlH 1. DAUBY. PRANK SHARPLT3SS' rinx.AnKrjiiA uandy rAOToitY, 110 bPVKNTH ST., under Odd-Fell owa' Hall, btisthefiMf ttmd lariccit atsort ruentot tlie purest candy In ilierlly. superior CaraiueU, 2cw. per pniinil. j-i HOLE m THE WALL, 431 LOUISIANA AVENUK, OPl'OSITK CITY HALL. nl7 TDA.3M VjftI.S'EI. I'rop. S. N. MEYER, tt'J BKVENTU STIIEET N. V., DKT. I AND K Ueadquurterafor GILT AND SILVER TRIMMINGS. ItrjlALIAH AND nADOES MADCTOOIlDBn ANTIQUE & HISTORIC yUItNITnitK, CLOCKS, CUT-OLASaWAllE, OLD CHINA, lillASS ANDIKONS and FUND- EI1H UOUHUT AND hOLD at nolS -J10 NINTn STREET N0UTIIWE3T FOR INFORMATION CONCEP.NINQ Louisiana Mite Lottery, Commonwealth DUtrN button Ccranan; and Little Havana, APPLY TO J". GDRECS-O, I4!aPJNNA.AVE. Oil LOCK DHAWlln No. IillS au,ALI'.XANUKlA, VA. J. ROOHON, No, 820 V st.( bet 8th auj Oth HU. N. W Plmt-class Hair Dreiser. LA N'U V41Y tty lo done to per fection. Also hair cut and drestf-4 la bt manner and colored In auburn stiud-a. Im ported IUlra of all kind con Btantly on band. ml I 1 If ItiL WBmm out coons 736 ao TO 736 YOUNG'S rou ICTEW PARASOLS, Sun Umbrollas and Buttons 01 nil Imnstoable Bhadea. BAHGAINS and PRESENTS AT Young's Oloth and Silk Houaa 7B0 BBVKNTH BTUCET. uttir g-ooids KOW OPKNIKa A FUI.T. LINE OP Sl'lll.NO CIOOUJ. WM, R. RILEY, im.EViiurtDiKa.coit, ninth and uhts. Kow Spring Goods Opening Daily AT L, Behrend's Baltimore Store, 90ft HJCVKNTEt STItKTST V. V. East Capitol Street Pharmauy. The M(,4 Ilelldblo and Oldest KstablUhdts SCALA'S, KC: ID-, BOl EAHT CAl'ITOIi STKEET. COAL AND WOOD Curelully Sploett-d lor FAmllr Uso, at Hot lom Trices East WRslilngtun Coal and "Wood Yard, II. L, Hlill-SON, Jb.,OSU Pea iia. Ave, . e. M CCA1II7S MEDICATRD BLAtHCnnilUY llranrtv. Ontirorala llrnndv nnd Port Vin. Hhtiryund nid lliompwn l'uro Hvo WIiIsIcIp, rcoajmended bj plij-slclnus for purity are sjla by McOauley &DeIIvlB'H,2Dt)rB. avr. Kat, Dellwlg & HcCnuIey'B, cor. 2d and C bib, n.e. Capitol Hill Mineral Water Derot, DOOLBY'S 3DKTJO- STOBE Cor. Third and retina, avenue, 8. E. Always on hand a pood supply ot tbe various Died If inn) hprlngatiTEi Atlimou price1. t'llIKlUAJiTO roUTAIN NlfiViJl STOPS, 233rA.AV.U8.K, has made arrangements for purchasing TIN 11A1M In larne lotn direct from importers, and has added the most approved millinery for roofing, cutteiing and a pou tine. Kstlmates fur nished. Htoveslocrcat variety. il'J GEO. F. HARBIN, DEI GOODS, NOTIONS, &c. OII.CI.0TnS AKD MATTINOS, S19 PennnylvfLnla ve. H. ., Cnpltol Hill. WASHINGTON HALL Ai.iiEit'rn clAitpnKt.T,. i' oprleter. cor. 3d Nt and Va. ftvp.. L'Rnitol Hill, name antl luxuries In BP&rou. Atliu&nki-fi nnd Washluctnn beer and other drlnkB. Ladles' Ulnlng rooms. spl MISS E. F. BABSON. STAMriNO ANDEMBnOIDEIlINO. Instruction given In Decorative Art Needle Work. 203 Pa. Ave. S. E., Capitol Hill. WATBB PltOM THE CELKlIKArKU IIHAI.INO Ml'lllNUB, llATIt COUNTV. VA. . R. B. FERGUSON, BECOND AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE. S. E AdKNT FOIt 1). O. XOE-IB SWISS XD-A-IOR-Sr, Mrs. ELIZABEyH VAGNER, No. 103 EAST CAPITOL ST. rure Jlllk, Butter and Dairy products at Lowest Prices. CONrECTIONEltV OF ALL KINDS. FOR elcn nnd doucfitlo fruits and everything pertaining to a llrsclass confectionery. Orders lor cases ol various kinds received and filled at short notice. F. BTfclNLE, 113 No. 119 Penna. ave. east. CARAMELSI ALL FLA VOItH, PURE AND FnEStl DAILY, UNADULTEUAIED CANDIES. FIIUIT, FOREION AND DOMESTIC, At IVBIDSIAN'S, 303 Penna. Ave. Cast. Eiremen's Insurance Co. MOVED THEIR OFFICE NEW BUILDING- COltNEIt Seventh Street and Lonisiaua Aye, H.W. 1I00MB TOn ltENT, iipated by steam, Otis I.le Rior, li IJ.C-1I11C1TY A3 A nOUaEIIOLU PHY Wi biclanl Ur, Kareliner's Improved Electric Batbs (jiattnted July I8,lc82,)nr8 eo simple that a child can opcrnte them with safety. Xjidfea treated at UU 6th st. n. w, Oentletaen at the oiiiIiweHt corner ol etnanu Jsts. n. w. ramiiy, T)Hce, hotel, bathroom, county and State riffhU for Bale, ben circulars nr call aaftnove. n27 OOLD MEDALPAKI3, 1878, BAKBR'3 Warranted Abitluttly Pure Co coa, trom wmuh the excess of Oil has been removed. It has thre times the ttrtngth of Cocoa mixed with KtarcU.Arrowroot or Sugar, and It tnercfuro far more eco nomical. It U deltcloai, uourlsli lotf, strensthenlos, easily delist ed, and admirably adapted for luvallds as well as for persons lu health. Bold.by Grocers Erorywhore, W. BAKER & CO. Dorclicster, Mass, DANFOE.TH HAH Hade Tbonzands or Homes Pleasant HQQfireds Started oDFotlune's Road Selling Hit fOOda, for LKJnTlNli Dd COOK ISO. No chimney, wick, kindling, when, nor waate. Ugbt e-i In ono-balf minute; put out In one tecontti Na rpnanauta. decay, uortlirlnkftse, AOTDAL NEOESSITIES, WAWTED 000 men who Kill Invest f2U0to10, 0.0 In goods and push sale lu dlCcrent btatesi protit trom 80 to 81x1 per cent. Pistil staternonts backed by saloa and cood will of purchasers to all who call, with conruwm at. tintlon, fill D HT nenr IOTH (Pont Bullillnc), Washlnt- jnlin.I) O jiiil LftERy STAELES. A I.. KKYKB. 3.U BUITH. JJZJ X. JCiTZi tU; Close Carrlaxea lor Weddings, Calii aDd It-ecfp lou. Eonrdlnr end Uvery HtaMe. WtlUrft HrtifrlRtah'Hi, corner 14th and Eats. :F.A-:DEiEnr as bro., iZtrU WgWU Ht wt, bet. D and 15 n, w. Cloaa CarrlAKea for Weddlnn, Calls tnd Eecp Hon a. BcftJrdiDE and Uvery ti tablet. AMUhEMBNTS. "A'ilONAI. THHATRB. a okkat1-jucci:s--i. TlinONl.Y HEHUMANy, as!st?d by TUKTALKNTED MM.T2. ADDIC. THE TIMrf, ANDTllKJIt llOYAIi MA1U0NH.TTE.S. 1 he Ureal yoprrtno, MISS HILDA THOMAS.' The Wonderful Japan pi-, rUlNCEAWATAKATSUOSHIN, TH3 MYHTEllIOUS Hl'IllIT OAlUN?r, AN ENIIKEI.Y NEWl0(inAMME. MATINEES WKMSIODAY nod SATUIIDAY. lonD'o. CAnKciioas' minstuels. "Music's (loldf n Ton rup." Keats. The Star Tiuupo of the World, CAllNCnOSS' MirwrnEL, The Inrctkt tcKlllniftlo Cmnpany In tho World. (Or&aulzrdl8G2.) I'roni thdrEleventhSlrcot Opera-Homa Phtla- ilrlplilft 'Ihe entire Company app"nrlnj( under thepeitonalsuptrvlslon tuid maoasemcut of JOHN U OAUNUHOg". The rroRramme will IncliulepiirOrlcInal Hp"-'- tles. ospn-senteil only by IhUOommny: Donnybrcnk Yt nnd Jt irn Door Irish Ji, 'Iho Iiittfr Carrl-r. Dockfitftiler's MUflti. The African Wtral. RlKhtsTtchtn(ltlioBrfn(Ri nr, Rlack 1,11-? Uebut, HareUiorkij or.Ti.cMau Willi the Iron Will And Jaw. Statu can now be secured. J&xj-NO MATINEE ON WKDVR.SOAY. -JTft ONLY MATINEE BATUUOW, M' AlllNl'3 KALI. WJJ.PNESDAY KVr.NlNd. 'itTII INSTANT, MIRSIIKNIIIF.TTA VINTON DAVH. rupiL ot' mihh MAr.auiiiitrr. baxton, VUlnppffir In n scrim nf DHAJIATIO ItKCITALS. IntrnJurtlnn by Hon. rrertorlok Ilnnslsii. Nl'fl Blenclin Wtuhlnictui). tbo UIslln?nl4liel Prin. iino, n 1)1 nttUt on tins oc-mlon. 1ipkfli.tOrpnts. anr2t-2t WAUtllNaTON ATULr.TIO PARK, OlusnilBstl. n. w. llAMEniLI, WFDNl-felHY, AITIIT.SI. JIAKHA'ITAN VS. HWAN, orillchnaond, Va. A ilmlFftlon to park 23 cents. Luring Itro. A?(lftinprsllPil nt 4 .".On. m. apr!7 N E1V TI1EATEB COMIQUE. MONDAY, APRIL 21, FANNY JIAY'U ri:srAi.i: mastodons Andtno tlreat, the Only AJIEKICAN FODU. WRllnpe? 1 lusilny, Tliurstlay nnj rrl lay. N CW TlIMH MUBI1DM. PiriHA. AVU. jyjJAll UTIL ST. CUtEATlST &IIOW ON KAHTIl FOR THE HONEY. r.VIIHY ATTlIlKOnN AND NIGHT THIS WLKK. Amrrlca'snml Knglond's rAvorttos, I50BI1V NKWCOHDK AND Tlin OVMOBNS ANDiaOTIIKUHTAU AHTISTS. ALLNF.W AND I1KAUTIFUL. AN ENTWITAINJIKNT OM.nULVTED TO 1'LEAbE iVEIiyilOIlY. ADMIftSION. ONLY IQrts. SHHSI&L VAKIL'S-ME AI) ROCK. WILD CHERRY. EOCK AND RYE. PEACH AND HONEY. FEL'S LIQUID COFFEE. KOIR'S SCOTCH JAMS, 25c. Per Jar. A FINE ASSORTMENT OF EASTER GOODS. B. W. EEEB'S SOIS taiC V Street Northwest. SCHWEITZER'S OOOOATINA (LONDONJ Van Houtcn'o Pure Solublo Cocoa, tviii:r, xiULLAr4ij 3ST. -W. BTJEOHELL, 132a FSl'llt'lCT, Jy UAROOUIt d HAMILTON, Wholesale FLOTJIt. WrHK AND OltOCLaiY MEKOHANTa OH7 flail. 1141 LonlaUna Avenne. Ie21 Thelnlltct requctrea carefully to not tee t hi new antl cnlat ocil Scheme to be d awn Monthly Tickets only S5. Slinrca lu proportion. m Louisiana State Lottery Company. " ire 1I0 herd! certify that we supervise the arrangements for all the ilonllily anil Beml limiml Drawings of the Louisiana Stale Lot tery Company, ami In person manage anil con trol the Drawings thcmsihes, and that the same are comlitclril with honesty, fairness, and in good faith (oirnrd all parties, and tee au thorize the Company louse this certificate, with facsimiles of our signatures attached, in its ad vertisements. fTJtf VomnilEslonora. Tncorporatf U In 18CS tor 2.1 yenrs by tha LegUIa. tnre tor Jlucntlonut anil Cuarltablo purposes ulth a capital bf fl,COO,ijOo-ti whli'li n reserve furO otovtr$UO,OOo boa blnco been aJileil. By an ovcruhelinlnp popular totelts franchlso vihh ninde a pnrt ot the present Btate L'oastltu tlou nitfinted LfcccniberSiJ. A. D, 1S7H. 'Hie rrnbj Lottery eitr voted on anil Imlorictt by the people of any State. Jt neur scales or postpones. Its Grnutl filurrlo Humljor Drawing. tnlto iilncd Monthly. A SPI I'.NDIU OPPOKTONITYTO WIN A I'tlllTUNK. ril'TII QltAND BRAWISa, 0I.AB8 E. AT i:V OllLEANS, TDEaDAY, Slay 8, 183 inctli Monthly Drawing. CAPITAL PRIZE, $76,000. 100,000 lloltot. nt l'lro Dolliirn Hnch, Kriittluiie, lii iriittis. lu proportion. list or pitizia. 1 CAPITAL PIIIZK- 175.000 1 du do HfiCO 1 ln do 10.UO0 2 ntlZES Olf i 1J.000 5 do 10.CXX1 10 do l"y. - 10,000 il) do M0. -... 10,000 110 da -11 3)000 ao do I")-.. 30.000 H6 do &0.....,.. H ... ,000 1W0 do a 3,000 APt'KOJEIUATtON I'RIZES, 0 Approximation Prizes of fKO. o do do fioo 0 do du 210 ...... ... 0.7M ... 4,5110 ... :,i l0t.7Pllr.cs, amonutlni; to f2i-l,&00 Appllenlloil fur rates to clubs should nomads only to lheolllce of tbe Company In New Or. leans. For further Informr.tlon write clearly, clvlnir full addl ess. Send orders by Kspress, Ileglatorea Letter or Money Order, adaresHeil only to II. A. DAUPHIN, New Orltsuu., T.. N.B. InlheUllraordlnoryHeml-AnnualDraw. Inxofncit Juno tho Capital PrUewlll 6o(lW.WJ. N. B. Orders adaituut to A'ew OiUans will rccrtie pi ctmit attention. win JUBTICKOPTnBPEACE.NOTAIiy PtJIUJO ANDCOltlIIH310NEIt OP DKED3. pfflce, No, 617 La. ave., opposite City P. O. Residence, 210 E tt n. w, 3 SPECIAL NOTICES. mr hew issue op uroOtc. kquitaum: Co-opfrMKo tinlkllnff AsioclaHou. hubfctlptluti books nrti noiv opn fur llift (Ifih tftiif. Jlimilily pavmmU ftrn iffl per h!ir, (l.UO In lull htlvnrircd on oicli nhtrt. At thli lfctMI)f total unntlilvfavlDKion Moot ivlvAuceJ loiDcmbrrtirnilnK Tor huinc, paring tj.Tuiort- gKf,tli.,lB J22.l,ftOO. I'ainptilfta&aa Inlorm&tlon will bo f.irnlshed ntidfcnbFcrltiorB ricrlvt'd lj TLoma Son ervllln ,. ... SIS 13th st. n, w. lr, A.J H-iuiihlrt.. ..Cor. inndN.Cap.ft.n. w. Jas. ll,Blllc,...H , Hi lint, n.w, iT.lU.bl'rt JUjhutJi, Jr 1321 1' 31,11, tv (ico, V, rttKnr BurfBit or llimriivtntr 31. ll.lwunlil Uovvrntnpiit IVInilntf Odlce ri.HB li Unllty Washington (f&i(ntc& n)J J'. I'liUer Agricultural iJADiwtmeut. Viva. W l'ralf. ... Cor OtU nod Unti.ti, w ) ijii U t).lll(ltJlftonNfttloDallU'trowjitftn lunlc Hun. Mil Hptar Mil V nt. n.w (bftA 1 1st'.. AMfMOr'1-.OiIJrp, AM fit II W -merge W. Ilarkurftff -...jr.'OKnt.N v. J anriiui Uerdner OH Fnt, n. w. cifurKc W, Klsher .HiirgonUenpr.irfiOtTlco J, witlt llerrou B-vtnlngHiar out o li, nit'trbhnuse Ill'ici A Co. J.l). i-"itr,Jr,.btatl(inpr Pat n.w. JOHN JOY EDS02T. Hecrt-Ury, 917 V street north ivo it, Office lioura, F:W u. m, to 4.10 p. in. Tarrl I Hani1wp(lan(1flflt.ioiiy7l IKTVANAIIAN A 1I011AN, lifJJ HuucMforn ti T. V. MUJllMIVt jiorff Pliocrn.m O t. ii. w, Flrst-clasi xvork& Bpocialty, AlllammffS lu tlio fet, such ai oorn cinarttr cracks, rcnire cracks, nails in the foot, cifa-oln tliohcplfl, ciultors, etc., ulll hetrettel carf Inlly and rrop?rly. ii! DR. B. D. MUHOA3TCU, T1KNT1HT. fl23 T STIUCKT X. Wtl UAH Al)MtNI.STKtf:t. ix-n. WtipretuoV-taln ft bnrcalu In Mrst-clas tint cliant Tallor-Jlarte Overtoutn, little worn, or ft Hull of Clothes, Odd Cults, l'ants or Vests of iho verybt&tiuakoiLiid latrr-talylcs, which will last longer and look hcttcrthan shoddy reartv-tuhde, ot nhlch we havo a large stock and In all sires ot lowprlcro,! at J. UKIIZOO'S, spJHf SQ9 Oth st. n. w.. near la. ave. YKTn.1V YOU WOULD AVOID OI1ILLB AND K&J I'overa, Aauunudreveri. Itlllou, Kovem and other dlpFHFCT Incident to the sotsou. tako VMOW NlMlt HlTTKIlS.nnd yon will durcly es cape tliem. BltOWKIKG'8 ItlTTKltS have been In nso lor ovr twelvoypats,6n(lnor.r8on Misevr known .to lieLlnllsor bllluuij fevers while uslop, theso Bittern. Forskleby druKBlnts and grocers Ken. drally. BlvOWNIKO & MI11DLETON, PROPIlIKTOItS AND MAKUrACfl'Uniiai'J, 610 Tl-NNSYLVANIA AVKNUK. .DTOTBS, iDn.VA01!B, RAHOBa, fto. rin tilates. .heetlron work. rlreDlacstovcs.raneci:l I arnocea repaired. Tin roottnjr. spnullnr, and all kinds of tin work promptly attended to. Bend ronr order to It. II. O. BOUIS, ato Kleventh su n. w near F st. PS9 IKON TILK BAOIf FIHKPLACJ5U PAJtLOIl OllATES OAB FIXTURia. KTO, EDWARD CAVERUY ft CO., ntt tla5NEW YORK AVKNOIC. TBB PLACBrO BDY STOVES, RAN0E8 AND 1IOCSE-FURNI8H- 1NO UOODS, At the Lowest Prices, Is at J. B. HOITS, anlfi 7K3 Beventli et. n. w. -,.BANOEL B. GIIHDD. WlV 400 NINTH HT. N. V. OAB PIXTU11KS, FURNACEB. RANOE3, LATROBKB AND QltATKB, p8 BI.ATB MANTLKB. vegcinON HAILINOS A BPEOIALTY- A Tieat Wrought Iron PARK FENCIC nne-halt Inch Iron, put up complete at 80c. per coot. Also all miscellaneous Iron wort:, GEO. WHITE di CO.., 469 Maine avenue southwest. mr22 fhVDn. OIIAB. E. KLOBBiirt, nj uaieoi Virginia;, rso. uso E street northwest. oDers his pro- fisslonal services to the public, i iT.emy years or suctesslul lirao- ' tlce emboldens him tn nromUM skill and care In tbo treatmentof all operation, on the tcctb nnd mouth. Vitalized air admlnls. tered tor the painless extra tlon nf teeth. spa tr.MAnAHEJOOEPnraB LOOAIt, VOOAL MAS;3 Teacher. Ladles and eentlemen prepared for tbe operatic staKC, at No. 1302 L st. n. w, , oclCMtm -jTtcTBB NATIONAL BAPB DEPOSIT OO. 5(S COR. 15TU BT. AND N. Y. AVE. Perpetual Charter, Act ol Contra, January 22, ism. Capital rm cm. ivi It you want the best quality of Coal and Wood at bottom prices and 2,210 lbs lo to the ton, eo to COR. SEVENTH AND B STS.S. W. Carts run to all party of the city promptly. BOOTS AND SHOES. .uwWVWV ".- 'VVArAAA'VVVVVVVwNXVS.-v Ono Price Shoo Store. A. L. HAZELTON, 433 SEVENTH ST., UnaorOaa-Kcllowa' Ho.Il. SroKK 100n PENNA. AVE. 1001. Extensive dealers In all rirst-clas Btovts, Ranees, rurnares, etc e r. bimkon. b p. ony. UOO FODRTKENTH STREET N.W. LATR0BE8, RANOKS, PtJRNAOEa AND' HOUSEFUltNIBIIINO UOOD1. Tlnnlns, rlumblnj. OiviUlling. etc. Jy3J W. H. HAKROVEft, BIS SEVENTH BTltltrcrNORTHWEHr. STOVES. RANOEB and HKATKRS, BOtJOE-nrRNISHINO UOODSi. BTOVE AND FORNACE RKPIIuj. HAYWARD & HDT0H1NS0N. Flamblce, Fornrxee, Ranges and Mautlre B17 Ninth Blroet n. w, Jlrauci-t, Klfcntebntli and P tnrreta. Dnpout Circle. THE KARGKST ASSOIITMSNT or COOKINQ STOVES and RANQES to be found In tlio city, at lo prices. W. - tTETSnECS At CO.. No. 717 8EVKNTU BTJIEKT N, W. SLEEP'S SHIETS, !17 BKVKNTIt BT. NORTHWEST. O. P. BURDETTE, Sole Agent. ARTIFICIAL STONE Forallpnrpoes. such as Sidewalks, Cellars. CIs terns, Horse Blocks. Building Btone of all dl KQCnslOUS. J. W. MoKNIQIIT, epl flit and 613 IC st. n. w. Gas Cooking Stoves, For Bale at the Gaslight Office, TENTH KTRKET. .? M L? 3 r i-iarstsfsis For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,! Hoarsenes'), Croun, Asthma, Uron- chitis.WhooDin'' Couch. Incipient I Consumption and forthe relief of I consumptive persons in navanceu i staces of the Disease. For Sale! by all Druggists Price, 25 cents. 1 .y.-,-.,-. .: . n - a --vtmmffii---???