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l?VO.M>4V April 34, 13N2. LOCAL MENTION. Ttie Wmthrr. f)FTK"F or tit* 1'niKr *i?wai. omrr*. I v > MnwaTow. I>.C.. Arm ?4. iw*. 9 3 ?.m. i" \>w Kn^lnwl and the middle All mtl stnte*, fair wmth-T, ttirtii'f iy wln.1s, higher barometer, feUt.oa^o or lusher temporal ure. Kprrial Wrafbrr Ilnllpfln. TOMORROW TO BK A FAIK DAT. Tltf <liief *!gnal officer of the nrmv furnishes Hf f'.i'otrtnc K?r<la! bnlFtln to the nre-^;:? Toe b'.ronft't l!> low?tf in Color ido arid hlsrlw*' In the upper L?ke ration. lig -.t r .in has fallen k ihj?" la*t report oq the fc< iU. Can*;**.* e?>a-t; e ?M of ihf Miv-i s.nni river Ren- r-Uy fdr we tfiT p"'v ,it> with j. rfhe.ist U> oorttiw^t win-is. Tl'.e t^ itp- riturr- h s fallen ;rom 1;<3 to 13? In the south Atlanta st fru.a 5s? u> In Tenn?'s.s? e at'.d l;n otito val v; in th?. other dlntriete e.u-t ot tiie >ts.K-?ppi river It lias retuitiUKl n-tiny stvliuiktry, i'li io:ii>wi.,' t'lnp^rituro^ w r* rv1 Tt 1 y t .\i y AfU in o;.: Nor ??1 45?; CiiarlesV>r., 7'J1 : S vann.il, > ; . Jnrksr.uvllle. >C,?; O iltivi, 7V : s o Anton o, su?; lvw Anireles 67?. > .tif ',?eatii?' I? lQiUo^Ukl ior X w Bu;l ;a.l, tne c.i I Jle and souta AtL al.c t .ten uurio^ 'I u-sJay. Wail Papvbs.?R>, tt.-.rd limber on, No. 4039 h r'r.; t n< RhVtst, UMl* r 1. rv -.lit Halt. Iris just re .v l a fir.e f.ne of h w.ili p.ip?-r ; dlivet lit jto, f tlt- n, M.pei "yr qi: i;ty and very n.oler.te | f - s. Al-o a I.irye ?U*'k Of Wi'tl& l^ U*! v<*ids m m tin* l-eta Anurh-nn mar o'.actort s. 't i.ese ii?? ifct- hn t v ail;> pi r. vvr .inporua to tills I>v.t tr.<L Ft ITi- Frevcti I?ry Pucckss A. F'f-chT cleans 1. Ms iv ninjr ilrt-s;'vtivets ernpc vels, cents' Hin-iloti.es, rU*. N.R His ?iy in;; of bl ;ck allwi> l l;di-K 'ind jje.it*>'prrrmenn to ufcurpasscd. A. Irtsvlter. 9!n? V? str> 11 nort!iW?\-5t. V. 'ttv French Po^ pkiwH?mre cure. Scemedic. l ail v. Wonky Savrp tf >tevrr V at?r.?A lurpe assortn nt of iiev. ?r " se<*onri-hnn 1 tniolcs , t very low p e- on l e s? rn at Il^my's, &0B in It, ne^r Penn^iv.fiiui avenue. Fvkrv Hot: FKF.rPKR s',. ul' avail th msivs of I' t eroLH tfTer ot Sont'i, Hmw.iy a t'a See fivt rtis? Dim in anMhcr eolumn. Co to Yocno's. Younit's, Young's, 756 7th st. -? ?- -? Remkmrer, S.>mst prl are hard to beat. ? ?? ? -- ? rmiu't Ice Cn-nni an 1 O iirlutf Hum Therk nr*? thon.'nn'ff: In t'ris eify who can testPy to the m-rlt-" of X ;Udrr's 4*Mein^Ug?n and "Aroniutle B.tre..s" for the i ure or summer complaints ninon^ adults and ehildn n. Tin y Invl^cntj and Btn n^tln u the sysu in. lvpot, 911 7th street. - ?Bimck Satin-unro Pakasolk tl. Dainmann's, 6tX> 7th j-L n.w. A CiM.-Wwnrc Hj n< al, Jr., desires to convey to his mends ^nO tl"' vuiihe t? n?Tdiy his prate ul krkrcwi.'d/nieiif or ti.-ir many kind expressions o' sympathy. He fs busily engaged n-palrlng d.ainipfS c; n-<d by th- Lite fire, and expects short iy lo lifiv. his pi:M*e of Mt-:n v^s rnor.' .-ittr.iet vc tn.,n t ver. His >t<'r.-, 418 7th fctretrt, Is now oj<en. and he is ready and able to fill all orders promptly. Cards, :]0 n^w set-, 3c. e;u h, :-t 3C9 Pa. ave. eatt ? - Rush for parasols at young's, 736 7th street jrmro Capos.?OTn 1 am a daddle, without eyelets. 9ilt stmt wiug, center market. C. T. Crealien. Foh Pale?Upright srninJ i1 mo,$150. 112910th st - ? ? Hon. K T. Mkkhick will lecture before the law m ht/Ol o Georgetown University to-morrow evenIn-? at 6:30. _ Hot Sprtno Pebbles set in gold, filled,bracelets, chains, lockets ;.nd charms, from <2 to |20. Prigg's Jew- lry st- re, 457 l'eunsylv sn!a avenue. ? 94-isrn Twili.id Si s Umbrellas $1.69. Dam lanu s, i*'6 7th st. n. w. Remember. this \ve^k only, z -phyrs, 8 cents per Oz.; Sif -thuJ wool and ft iss, 9 cents p -r oz.; a few mure Swiss cape at 35 cent-.; Hptulsi lace, 25 cents per yarL Mrs. M ix Weyl, age, 712 7th st New stamping Patterns In out'.lne w.jrk. Mrs Max Wtyl agt, 712 7Ui stre t Robert Rcti er, colo.-vd, w is cut In the fleshy part oi his tuiga yesterday by his wife. Ellen, attempting to get a Mr..ill pocket knlie out ol his hand. Black Satin-linei>. Spanish lace trimmed parsv 01s *3 4t*. lX.minanu s, 7th st n.w. ? - - ? 706 Market Space. Solid Gold Rhine st ?ne Drops and Rings 91c New lln" Milver Bangles 49c Ciioiee assortment Pocltet Books -?9j Lunch P. isketa, new sty i?-s 29j Roller skates, best quality 79o Lr.ht N Perfumes, genuine 59: LubtnN Soaps . :t5c LuMn'g Powder 12c Boston Variety Store. Mns. J. P. Palmer. No. 1107 F street, Is now hiking pr**parat ons for her usu d summer openIn* of millinery, which will t?ke place on Wednesday next, Apnl 26th. She has secured, through her buyer., in Paris, all the novelttes Intended to be worn for the summer season. It Is Mrs. Palmer's Intent <n to bring out on this occasion an ent rely Benr sti>ck of the m.ist desirable goods, which will comprise all that even the m>st fastidious may desire. Ladles of this city and vk-inity are rcs^ct.uity ln\ Ited to attend. No cards. CITY AND DISTRICT. Amnwuienli To-night* Ford's Opera nopss.?Acine Opera company. National Theater.?Italian Opera. Capital Theater.?Variety entertainment Odd Fellows' H all.?World's Museum. Wii.LARn's IIall?Prof. Carpenter. Ma sOMC Hall.?Blue Anchor pound party. Condenwd l*ocalw? 8trr-t lamps will be lighted at 10:45 p. m. and extinguished at 3:20 a. m. Kdtu.-lay atternoon the Richmond train In passing 13Js street touthwest knocked down Oscar Kabba,alid about seven years old, and Injured him sev? rely. He was carried to his home, corner of Mai >land avenue and 13)$ street Sutu il ijmight tire in an unoccuoled house No. *13 F street northw?-st, owned by James Fry?, caused damage amounting to about $500. covered by insurance. The tire is supposed to have been ol Incendiary origin. At the pL'.te printers' regatta Saturday afternoon O-car Bole won the ra<-e tor sing'e-* In 18:17, and Sm'th and Homer* the race for doubles In 11 :M)$. The regatta was a suevesa. The upenlng s< rvlees at Grace Reformed rhnpel, corner l&th and O streets, were held yesterday. R.-v. Chas. P. Sontag.the pastor, preaching an appropriate sermon. The chapi-l will be formally dedicated next Sunday afternoon. Saturlay afternoon a game of base ball was played between a picked nine of the P. O. department an 1 the Ken Jails of the deaf mute college, r^ultlng in a tie, alter a closely contested gome of six innings. Thur-^lay n'^ht last the barn of Mr. Gilbert M. Sr bast* hie, at Ms farm, near Cutlett station, Fauquier county, Va., was s"t on fire by some Incendiary and burned to the ground with CI head of cattl-. Involving a loss of upwards of $4,000, on which til- re was no Insurance. Past Grand Master's Council, No. 4, of the G.U.O. ofO.F., lnsUslWl the following officers elect l:st evening: W. J. Howard, W.G.M.; Joseph C. jackson, D.G.M.; Chas. II. Shorter, G. secretary; Benl. V. McCoy. G.T.; David Warner. G.C.; B. Wood, G. L; 8. Y. M'nor, G.S.A.; Jaines E. Morgan, G.W. The position of fort-man of the Cimffrwional Jtarord has t>een ofTered by Mr. Hounds to Mr. M. D. Helm, who held It when Mr. Ciapp was public printrr. Comrade Pavld P. Craig, of L'ncoln Post, No. 1, U A. R, Is lying seriously Hi at his home, 1229 M street noriliwest. Csrrle yulet, a colored girl, was charged In the Police Court to-day with being loud and bolsterons and also with carrying a razor. She w is tlned f. or 15 days In the former and fiSO or 60 days In the Litter ease. Charies Woodward alias Henry Butler, a young colored man, whs charged in the Police Court today with stealing a lot of rkdhlng and Jewelry from the residence of Mrs. Hannah Munroe, No. 101* Madison street, and he was sentenced to six months In jail. Thk Pictckk Balk.?The artist sale has been unavoidably postponed, and, :>s will be sp^n by the ad vert: anient, it will now oceur on Wednesday, M iy 8d next. The paintings will be on view Monday and Tuesday, May 1st and 2d. a Man Kiijbd by thk Fall of a BanI.?An evident Occurred this morning at about half-past ton o-clock at the excavation for public oHlces on the square on F street,between 5>th and 10th streets northwest, whereby Sandy Jackson, a colore* 1 laborer, came to :>n almost sudden death. He was Outraged with two othej-colored men. Frank Tibbs and Clifton Walker, In dl-rglnir under a bank of heavy clay, when the mass suddenly fell. On seeing this Tibbs and Walker moved directly outward bu< Jack-on, unfortunately, kept on parallel with the oank so that he was caught and crushed In a fatal manner. The chief Injuries were internal, but the death seems to have been really eaused by suffocation. His right leg was broken above the knee. The man w.is removed to the dispensary adjoining the fifth police ofllce on 10th street, where L>r. Parsons made efforts at resuscitation, but to no purpose, Jackson's family live on Cap Itol 11111, an 1 consist ot a wife and two boys. He Was about 35 years of age. ftr ath or Cou Fakiitz.?CcL F_ F. M. Faehtz, the sr*cr?-t try of tlie German Fir Insurance Company, died this morning at his r. -1 nee. He was a m live of Germany, and parti, l|>.?led in the revolution of 48In that country, after which be came to the I ntted States. He entered the Union army from Maryland, an-1 r*vse from the rank ot csptatn fo that of eolonel In the 5th and 8t!i regiments, par iclpatlng In all of the battles of the last years of Die Army of the Potomac and distinguishing himself at the b. ttle of Antlet m. At the rloae of the war he entered upon civil lire in this city. Ftaa Markrt.?Sold by K. A. GoMrir r??ent: ?n> sliad irom S14 t/> $ ?> i*r himlril: 12TMX0 h. r- | n&gfrom ? tofrt nerthon-t m?: &X3 be tubes rock Bd porch from 9) to 75c. per l-ttm u SOCIETY NOTES. Several not nbte dinner parties occurred Saturday pTruInjr. $t that given by Senator Fair the Presi<J'Dt, the A<llng Vice President, Justice and Mrs. Field* Secretary and Mr*, Teller, Secretary and Mrs. Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. John Davis, Mlae Frebnghuvaen. Postmaster General Howe. Senator an 1 Mix Jones, of Nevada, and Miss Sterling, Representative and the Misses Crowley were all present. It was a very elaborate entertainment. Kepivhe ntatlve Robeson entertained tlie following gentlemen at an elegant dinner party on Saturday evening: Ex-Assistant Secretary of State Culwatad r, to whom the dinner was Klven. and kepnnentaim*s Carlisle, Blackburn, Calkins, Runuey, nml McCook, Justice Bradley and two gentleman from New York. The Attorn y General and Mrs. Brewster and S^n-itors Hill, of Colorado, and MePherson and their wiv?s wore among the d nn- r iru >sis ^ntert tned bj Commissioner and Mrs. I.orlnj Saturday ev?*n'nif. The donation pirty to b*? glvn this evening at M son!< Temple tor tb b -n fit. o; the Mississippi dot: ufT rers, ??y the 1 tiles of the Bine Anchor K' lief Assocl. tion, will doubtless be attended by a choice company. Ttirs- w !io ro after the oper.? i nn not only obtain an ? x ?"ll -i.t supper at a mo-l* r U* prl-e, hut will witness the F.tn Drill, bj the Bi'ine romp my which has already given it so successfully ie re. It is slni ular how frequently local papers carele.-siy ret. r t > Postmaster General Howe's wife as if -it- vi iv still 1 ving. 8!ie <ii<d at tlie residence of l.erd u.:liier, Mrs. Totten,on I street,lust suranier. Iler husband was tcired to hasten his departure fr? m Paris, where he wbb osoneor our c< mm sinners to the Monetery Conference, l>erore l? -t < olltiigues left there, on account of her eritleal 1 iness.? During one of h?r visit* to Japan, when-her hu-band was Mlnl-ter before he came he r*-, t: e Baroness d<* Struve made a collection of u thousand tea pots, winch sh? has presented to a n n-eum In Russia. Madame de Struve Is a most vUltiv ted lady, and speaks of being well pleasi-d with what she has seen of Washington and its s(M 1 ty. Mrs. Brodbead, who has been spending t'ie w inter here, went to Richmond last week with hT pu '^ts, Mbs Ludlow and Miss Harper. They will r< turn this week, and Mrs. Brolhead will remain here throuch May. The wife and daughter of Senator Camden have left the eity for the *ea8 >n. Senator Kello;rtr'8 wife h is returned from N?w York. Mrs. Robeson U still absent. Senator llarrt-on's daughter is at West Point visit mg Mrs. Bertrland, who 5s pleasantly rememb-red here as Miss M tcfarland, who used to visit Mrs. Hayes at the White House. She is related to Mrs. Harrl-o.i as well as to Mrs. Hayes. Justice B1 iteh:orilV wife and sLst/ r, Miss Blatchford, will remain here until the Supreme Court adjourns, early In May. Tlie Star Route Prosecutions. PROCEEDINGS IN TilK P0I.1CB COURT IN RERDELL'S CAPE TO-DAY. Yesterday afterno* n Montford C. Rerdell was accosted on the Avenue bv Detective Yoss. who nerved a warrant upon him charging him with conspiracy, subornation of perjury, & ., In connection with the stsr route cases} G ?ing before Judge Stieil. Mr. Rerlell gave bail for his arpe -ranee at the Police Court In $5,000. In the Criminal Court on Saturday, It will be remembered, the ludlctiuents against "M. C. Rerdell" were qu tshed. In the Police C urt to-day Mr. A. B. Winianosand Col. Ingersoll appeared for the defendant II m. R. T. Merrick, for the government, called the courts att ntlon to the case, and said he was anxious to Ket an early hearing, bur some of his witnesses were out of the city; 1 u' he thought he would hivewitnes-esenough to begin the hiring -o morrow. If he had not evidence enough he would ask th^ indulgence of t*>" court lor time to summon his witnesses* rro:n : b -.jad. The court said as tlds was an Important cose he would consent to this and jrive the government a reasonable time to collect their evidence. Mr. Williams said he was ready for trial now and at any time. He Raid that the. Indictment was founded on fraud, and the government had now attached this indictment to the warrantMr. Merrick said the statement that the Indictment was obt dned by fraud orlllegality was without foundation, and did a great Injustice to the grind Jut. He bad looked into the evidence against this man, and had been forced to the conclusion that the proof of his tru It was clear and overwhelming, and that It would e-t iblish that he had for some years been engaged in a conspiracy to systematically defraud and swindle the Unitei St tea. After further discussion It was decided that the he iring in the case should begin at 12 o'clock tomorrow. The court requested Mr. Merrick to examine the pipers in the case to which the defence had reterred to i-ee that no technical objection could be raised to them. The court fixed the amount of b ill at *5,000, and Major A. C. R chards came In and gave the abov* amount lor R^rdell's appearance. District Gorernment Affairs* building prkmits have been Issued by InspectorKntwlsle as follows: D. B, Groff, erect a two-story dwelling corner 7th an J A st s.e.; Jl.500. P. II. Chnstuian, erect a fnme kitchen to brick house on Massachusetts ave., between North Capitol and lit sts.; $100. Mr. T>aniei. A. P.koshan, a well-known citizen of the District, died Saturday evening at six o'clock, Sit his residence No. 926 G street northwest. In the 56rh year of his age. lie was born in County Kerry, Ireland, and came to this country 32 years apo and to this city 21 years ago. For many years he had txvn engaged in book selling, making a specialty of religious works. He was prominent In connection with every movement In behalf of Ireland and was held in high esteem both by his own countrymen and by those of his adopted land. He was especially well-known and beloved In Catholic circles, the office which he held as sexton or SL Patrick's church giving him a wide acquaintance. The funerd will take place from St. Patrick's church at 9 o'clock to-morrow, when a solemn mass of requiem will be celebrated. The Bicksler Countkkfkiti.vo Cases ? In the Criminal Court this mornibg, Messrs. J. E. Norris and T. F. Miller, appeared before Judge Wylie, and asked that the case of Thomas J. Blcksler thirled with having possession of counterfeit money beset fortrlaL After some dis ussion in which it appeared that after conviction the case went to the General Term, where the judgment Wii8 reversed and the case remanded, and that a new indictment Is being prepared to lay berore the grand jury, the case w.iB set down for trial on Monday next. "PARASOLS. PARASOLS. M. lit:W bTILEH. Parasols, lined, all co'ore, $2. Cardinal Parasols, lined, ?1. Satin Parasols, moire styles, lined, $3. SsLn Para mils, lined, gilt ribs, Spanish ? are, $4. Katin Parasols, gilt ribs, deep Smnish lace, *5. Parsw-lf with fancy handles, $1.46. $1.50, $2. 42.50. Bun Umbrellas, black and br wn, lanre sizes. SPUING DRESS GOODS. SUMMER SILKS. All-Wool Momie Dress Goods, new colore, 25c. Ladies' Cloth, in a'l tie H|>rm?r colore. Summer .Silkn. 50e.. 62c.; extra heavy at 75c. Spring Cashmeres, new colors, at 12%c. Surah-atn?. new colore, at 50c. Chudda Cloths. Illuminated styles. Moire Satins, all the latent styles, at fl. All Wool black Cashmeres, 37c., 50c.. 62c. and 75c. Oolornd Drew Silks, very heavy, new colors,tl and $1.10. Kilk Tinsel Novelties, Nuns' Veiling. AllcUrora Dress Goods, Taffetas. Ik-gts and Roman Piaids. Banting, all-wool, new colore, best make. 05c. I-aee Bunting, only 12!<c. India Linens, Persian Lawns, Dotted and Figured Swiss enuuk >ain*ooka, Victoria Lawns, French Organdies. 46 INCHES LONG. Damask Towels, at 25c. Cream Table Ihimank, 37c., 50c. Percales. Madras ami Seersucker Ginghams. Roys' Cloth for Spring Suit*. 25c.. 37c.. 50c. Sheeting C' tt >ns, W hite and Colored Counterpanes. ^ Un9 checks. 25c., 30c., 37c. Beet 2-Ply Carpets, all-wool, reduced to 75c. C. M. TOW BOX, 636 Pennsylvania avenue, (south side), *P? * Near Market A 8T0NISHING ! WONDERFUL! -tX DID TOO EVER* These are some of the exclamations of the many pleased purchasers at the MISFIT STORE, corner 10th and F streets, and the following accounts for them: Suits for $6, worth $10, at the Suits for ,8, worth $13. at the*18 8T?BE' 8uits for $9, worth $17, at the MISF1T 8TOhK Buits for $10. worth $19. at th^nSFIT 8TORE* . Suits for $12. worth $22. at it* 8T?RE* 8uits lor $15, worth $29. at th<JMIHFIT STORE. Suits for $18. worth $35. attheMI8FlT 8TORE* Suits for $20. worth $39, at th?"8FIT 8TORE' MISFIT RTODF Suits for $21. fine Broadcloth, wortn $45, at the Buits for $24. worth $50. ^the1"* fcTORE* _ , ? MISFIT STORE. Splendid Pants for $2, worth $4, at the Elegant Pants for $2.50, worth at tbe8T?RE* Fine Pants for $3.60, worth $5*7^ th/ 8TORE_ _ Misfit store. Custom-made Pants for $4. wo-th $10, at the _ . . MISFIT ttt'ORE. Custom-made Pants. $6. worth 412, at the ^ MISFIT STORE. Fine 8pring Overcoats, $9. worth flSTat the ? MISFIT STORE. Fine Spring Overcoats, $10. worth $20. at the , MISFIT STORE. Fine Spring Overcoats for $12, worth $22l at the Odd Vests, all colors, 75c., worth fL 50, aUhe*" Fine All-wool Vests, $1, worth^fat tl?eSTOKE* __ ^ MISFIT STORE. Fine Black Verts, $2.50. worth $5. at the MISFIT STORE. Come and be convinced of our astonishing low prices for the very best made, finished and stylish Ksrments No roods misrepresented. No trouble to show goods, at the MISFIT STORE, corner tenth and f STREETS. Open till 9 p. m.; Saturday, 11 p.m. a22 pARAbOLS." ~ SILK. 8 A TIN MOIRE AND MERVELLEAUX IK NEW COLORS AND SHADES. 01 at BTINEMETT HAT STORE. * "'** 1237 Pennsylvania avenue. esggggsaEagBB Affairs la West WMkiaftM. rottfd Dead d* Bed.?About Half past nine o'clock last night a colored woman named Rachael Brown, H years of age, living at 8717 Ostreet n.w., was found dead In ber bed by her son, Thomas Lynn, living at 588 35th street. The Canal Bridge, which fell down some days igo, will not be rebuilt, as it Is only useful to the anal company, which does not propose to build It, but will use the culrert above instead. The Wall on the canal In the rear of the market bouse needs looking after, as It presents some evidences of giving away. The Rev. J. J. G. Webstek, pastor of Dunbarton meet church Is still improving, but It will be several weeks before be will b; able to occupy his pulpit, which In the meantime the presiding eMer supplies with preachers. Rev. Mr. Van Arsdale preached there yesterday mcraing and Dr. Poulson, of Alexandria, at night. Hiou Tide?April 25,11:3 a.m. 1:87 p.m. Alexandria Affairs* for Thb knxna Htar. county Copbt.?Judge Songster opened the Apnl term of the Alexandria county court at the old courthouse this morning. The only public business was the granting of licenses. There are five ordinaries in the county?one at each the Chain bridge, the Aqueduct bridge, and the Long brllee, and two others at local centers. Fish Trocbi.ks Again.?The superintendent of police was notltled this morning that offal had txvn left on the flsh wharf since Saturday. He will inform the lessee that it will be his duty to remove it unless it is taken away berore it becomes offensive. 1 here aru talks this morning of warrants and counter-warrants, and the lot of the policeman at Fish town is uot a happy one. Codntt Land.?The farm of the late James Hilton <22 acre*,), near 4-mile run. is now the property of the county supervisors, having been given to thern by the state of Virginia after its escheat, Hilton having le.t no heirs nor wilL It will be utilized for county purposes. Repohtkr's Notes.?'The funeral of Thomas H. Taylor uok place this afternoon from hli late home, on Fayette street The hay-scales case of Fleinmlng against the corporation of Alexandria, which has been on the docket many months, will be called up at the next term of the corporation court. Q A T A R R H. SANFORD'S RADICAL fURE, COMPLETE TREATMENT ONE DOLLAR. SNEEZING CATARRH. Head Colds, Watery Disc herpes from the Nose and Eyes, Ringing Koisea In tko Head, Nervous Headache, and Chills and Fever instantly relieved. CHRONIC CATARRH, Choking, putrid mucus is dislodged, Membrane Cleansed, Disinfected, and Healed, Breath Sweetened, KmelJ, Taste, end Hearing Restored, and constitutional ravages checked. CATARRHAL COUGH, Bronchitis, Droppings into tho Throat, Pains in the Chest, Dyspepsia, Wasting of Strength, and Iletih, Lo6s of Sleep, &c., enred. 17" One bottle Radical Cure, one box Catarrhal Solvent, and one Dr. Sanford's Inhaler, in one package, ^of all druggists, for $1. ASK FOR SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE. WEEKS & POTTER, Boston, Mass. COLLINS' PLASTERS, ONE COLLINS' VOLTAIC ELECTRIC PLASTER Costing 25 Cents, Will instantly relieve Pcin, Weakness and Inflammation of the Lnnwrs, Liver, Kidneys, and Urinary Organs, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and Sciatica. J30 SOLD EVERYWHERE. Old Mother Hubbard Lived in a cupboard." THE MOTHER HUBBARD KILT SUITS FOR LITTLE BOYS. THE NEWEST STYLE OUT. We have opened a very attractive line of them. A. SAKS A CO., aM 316 and 318 SEVENTH STREET. 'J* HE GREAT RUSH FOR BARGAINS STILL CONTINUES AT THE GREAT BOSTON AND NEW YORK SALE OF CLOTHING. OVER HALF OF THE BARGAIN SUITS SOLD. ONLY ABOUT 44) MORE LEFT. HUIT8 WORTH f 15, $16 and $18 bKLLING FOR $10. Fine Custom Made Suite at nearly half price. Boys' Suits, $4. $6. $<;, $7 and t8. Every suit from $1.00 to $3.00 under the regular price. Children's Suit*, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4 an(i *5; every suit trom $1 to$2 under their va.ue. We have 8-\ery tine imported Prince Albert Coatf and Vests, worth.;4U. We will sell them for $25, Coat and Vest. . Fine Imported Coat and Vert, $10, $12 to $18. Men's W or kin k Suit**, $5, f6, $7. aud $10. Men's Wording Pantj. 75c. to $3. * Children's Suits, $2.50 to $5. Men's all-wool hue Suits, $10 to $15. Call on us for everything in CHILDREN'S, BOYS' AND MEN'S CLOTHING. Remember Special Bargains are the order of the day at the great sale of BOSTON AND NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSB. 723 7th Stbeet hobthwest. Look for the Red Signs and the Great Sale of Clothing. J. H. SMITH, Formerly of Oak Hall, Manager of the Great Sale of Clothing. a22 p A L A I 8 gOYAL, STRANGE, BUT TRUE. Nevertheless, we do It We will devote this week to another one of those popular ONE PRICE BALES; the same to take place in our H O S I E R T Department. The above will be divided into Fiv* Grand Lots. * LOT NO. 1. CONTAINING 834 DOZEN OF LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S Fancy Striped Hose (Spring importation), worth at the lowest 40c., will be sold for 25 CENTS PER PAIR. LOT NO 2. CONTAINING 126 DOZEN LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S Fancy Striped Foil Regular, worth 68c., at 85 CENTS PER PAIR, OR THREE PAIR FOR $1.00. LOT NO. 8, CONTAINING 493 DOZEN PALAIS ROYAL STRIPED HOSE (something new), worth at the lowest calculation 68c., will be sold for 48 CENTS PER' PAIR. LOT NO. 4, CONTAINING a lot of LISLE THREAD, Silk Finish, in Opera and Dark Shades, worth fl.26, can be bought for ono wtek at 08 CENTS PER PAIR. LOT NO. 6, CONTAINING LISLE THREAD. Silk Finished Hoae (Ribbed), worth $2.26, will be slaughtered for half their value, at 1.25 PER PAIR. OUB LADIES' UNDERWEAR ale of last week having been such a grand success, the mom will be continued until further notice. PALAISSOIAL. 4 i CITY ITEMS. apeed the patftt^raesL^ro SHaS^Mtemportzed koch can approach the renowned Hub Punch in ^ tot. Xvery wine cellar should he supplied with Rmall Aaasjraaors in Life are Tantshtag through scientific discovery. In his Skin Cure, Dr. C. W. etenson of Baltimore, M<L, has created a perfect remedy for tetter, eruptions and scurf on the face or scalp. Every person using it will have a dear countenance. Secure Eaw and Comfort by using German Corn Remover. Sure cure for corns. 25c. Dinggtets. Arriving Daily at the Norfolk Oyster Depot of N. White A Co., ?21 B street northwest, Clams, Hani and Soit Shell Crabs, Terrapin and select Oysters?always on baud. 9 That Furred Tonirne br.d tasting mouth and miserable feeling, says you need Hop Bitters, Speer'a Wine KiKior^ed t?y the Faculty of New York.. Kew Yorc. We, the und'Tslcned Conraiitt.ee of Physicians requested to examine into the merits, and reportupon the Wines or Alfred Speer, have given our special attention to his Port Grape Wine, and do report uj>cn his Tort Grape Winn made from the Oporto Grape, grown In bis own Vineyard, as follows: First?The Wine is strictly Pure. SecondIt Is very acceptable in Flavor. Third?It Is Palatable and has a Rich Boiy. First?We are all satLsfted of Its purity, having been throueh his Vineyards, and warehouses ana Cellars, during the Grape seasons, and seen the methods of Its production and preservation, no secrets being made of the means employed in the cultivation of the grape or the mode of collecting, I expressing an J tormenting the juice. Second?Its flavor la such as to render it acceptable to the most delicate stomachs, being equal to the best Imported Foreign Wines, and we are all satisfied that It can with safety be recommended to Invalids as an article well calculated for their use where Wine Is needed. Ai.euB. Mott, m. D. 62 Madison avenue, Professor Bellevue Hospital Medical College, N. T. City. K. H. James, M. D., 208 W. 42 St, Of the Board of Health, New York City. Charles Sherman, M. D., Medical Superintendent, N. T. Association for the sick poor. W. IL Haynes, M. D., 278 Stanton St, House Physician, Presbyterian Hospital, N. Y. Minister*, Lawyer*, Teacher*, and others whose occupation gives but little exercise. should use Carter's Little Liver Pills for torpid liver and biliousness. One is a dose. We Know Hop Bitters are above and beyond all as a nutritious tonic and curative. There in no Worn Enthrallment for tormented man than the exactions of a morbid nervous condition. The overtaxed brain then gets nn rest from tranquil sleep and needs the pacifying influence of Dr. C. W. Benson's Celery and Chamomile Pills. The Supremacy in Flavor of Hub Pnnch is a fact generally admitted by connoisseurs. -?? Forlt Years' Experience of an Old Nnrse. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup Is the prescription of one of the best female physicians and nurses In the Unitod States, and has been used for forty years with never-falling success by millions of mothers for their children. It relieves the child fruiii pain, cures dysentery and diarrhoea, griping In the bowels and wlsd colic. By giving health to the child it rests the mother. Price 25 cents a bottle. in,\v,3 Doe* (oar Head Ache? l/xlille's Specific cures the worst case la 5 to SO minutes. 60 cents. At all drug stores. That Klnsbnnd of ITVine Is three tliors tlie man he was before he began using Wells' Health Renewer. $1. Druggists. Depot, Stott & CromwelL . 6 Allen'* Brain Food itt the Most Reliable tonic lor the brain and generative orgaus. It positively cuivs nervous debility, loss or memory, and all seminal and sexual weakness. All druggists, $1 a bottle; tlx for $5. Ktutt & Cromwell, 430 Pa. ave. n.w. "AWernfy Dairy lVa*onn." Fresh Alderney Butter, churned every morning and delivered In j^-lb. "Ward" prints, EOc. oer lb. Also, cottage cheese, buttermilk and sweet milk, be. per qt Cream, 15c. pint GEORGETOWN ADyTO! George e. noyes, COLUMBIA FOUNDRY, 1050 30th street., Manufactures Steam Engines. Boilers, Shafting1, Pu.leys and Mill-work; Architectural Iron Work; alao repairs Agricultural Machinery. f'28-6ni jndependent ice company. gold medal 0 AWARDED BY THE NATIONAL FAIR ASSOCIATION FOR best kmnebec ice. A constant supply pAaranteod throughout the Reason. PRICES ay LOW from YKLLOW WAGONS marked INDEPENDENT ICE CO., as from anj COMPANY in the DISTRICT. For Wharf Prices and 8i Ocial Rates, call at Office;?12th STBEET AND PENN. AYE., ob Depot:?9th STREET WHARF. UP Telephonic Connections to and from all parts of the city. a22-6t time! lime!! lime.'!! GODEY'8 LIME KILNS are now prepared to famish Lime of their own manufacture to customer* and others with promptness and dispatch. a22-3t* ^rtikt materials. A full line of ARTIST'S MATERIAS at ta IL.UK u'H, No. 307 9th street, two doore above avrnne. al8-6t T7*0R HEADACHE, -T CAUSED BY Derangement of the Stomach, Billiousness Costiveness, and a? a safe cathartic for ceneral use, take Kaftans' Vegetable cathartic Pills; home-made, they are always fresn. ARTHIjR NATTANS, Phabmaoist, al8 14th and I and 2d and D street* n.w. [Established 1848.] JJENRY KILLAM CO.. Manufacturers of FAMILY CARRIAGES, FROM THE LATEST DESIGNS. Standard quality; elegantly finished, and warranted in every particular. SPECIALTIES: LANDAUS, LANDAULETS. COACHES, COUPES, BROUGHAMS. No finer Carriages are made in this country. From 10 to 20 per cent, saved by ordering direct from the Factory. 47 CHESTNUT STREET, aS-m,8m NEW HAVEN, CONN. QHK. RUPPERT, NOS. 403 AND 405 7TH STREET NORTHWEST. HEADQUARTERS FOR THE WHITNEY CHILDREN'S CARRIAGE COMPANY. the cheapest for Beauty, Comfort and Durability in the market. ARCHERY. FISHING TACKLES, CROQUET and LAWN TENN18, BICYCLES, VELOCIPEDES, TRICYCLES, WAGONS, lie., can be bought at the lowest manufacturers' prices. al CHR. RUPPERT. C 4f Bushels Crushed Coke S3.70. O 56 Bushels Crushed Coke $2.50. 4? Bushels Ordinary Coke $2.90. K SI Bushels Ordinary Coke $2.00. For sale at office of the Washington GasE light Company, or atG. W. CROPLEY'S Drugstore. WestWaahlmrton. bH JJ ROBINSON A CO., BOYS' CLOTHING HOUSE, olS ?C9 PrawniTAiru Avnrrrr. ECKER'S 8ELF-RAISING FLOUR Hecker*a Self-Raising Flour Hecker'atku-Raising Flour Is a handy thing to have in the house 6 a handy thing to have in the house a. handy thin* to have in the houss If you nave unexpected company If you have unexpected company If you hare unexpected company And want perfect cakes and biscuits And want perfect cakes and htucuiti At a few minutes notice. it a tow minutes notice. ta f? w minutes notice. au23-lm4p UflnBHHHKHHnHHaHinH ' PRY GOOD8. pEBSONAL SELECTIONS. BEATON PEBRT, (Brcombo* to Pun 4 Broth**,) Off an to tin public wry lug* and i?M MMrtDMBt or 'XJHOlCE PARIS NOVELTIES." Selected by himself from Importer*' Stocks i* Hew York this week. "barb Bargains" In 42-inch wide FRENCH ILLUMIN ATKD CHUDDA8 and BEIGES, at 60c. a yard, which are worth 62>*cALL WOOL CHECKS at 76c., farmer price $1. LUPIN'S ALL WOOL NUNS VEILINGS at 26c.. which are cheap at 30c. French flgnrad an^ plain SATINES reduced to 60c. former price 62)jc. EMBROIDERED PARIS FICHUS. 'Special offering" of PAr.T8 EMBROIDERED BATISTE and NUNS VEILING ROBES, from $16 to 160. AH Silk BLACK GRENADINES. ANDERSON'8 SYLPHIDE3 and ZEPHYRS. NEW WHITE GOOD8 and ALL LINEN LAWNS. LOUI8INE9, SURAHS, RHADAMES, FOULARD and HUMMER SILKS, anJ MOIRE FRANCAISK in irroat variety, and at very lowest prices. LYON'S and DROWN b' Celebrated UMBRELLAS and PARASOLS. Or PLAIN FIGURES AND CORRECT PRICES. BEATON PERRY, Pe&by Building, Pennsylvania avenue, corner srth atzwt Established lb40. a22 J^ADIES HOSIERY BARGAINS UPTOWN. 100 dozen Oil-Boiled, Pencil Stripe, Extra Long, Extra Fine LAD1E8 HOSE in Cardinal, Navy, Seal, Plum and Black Stripea, at only 26 cents per pair. 100 Ladies BALBRIGGAN HOSE, Extra SnpflrfiiM, Extra Long, Full Regular Made, with Narrowed Seams, at only 25 cents per pair. Also, Most Attractive Uptown Spring Bargains In White Goods. Linens, Domestic Goods. I Ladle* and Gents' Fine Furnishings, Notions, &c. COCHRANE A CO., a22 OPPOSITE RIGGS' BANK. pARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLA^. 500 New Parasols, from G2.^c. to $8. 20 Pieces Scotch Zephyr Ginghams, 25c. 60 Pieces Domestic Ginghams, 8c. to 15c. 60 Pieces 46-inch, all-wool Dress Goods, 30c. 10 Pieces 45-inch De Beiges, 50c. % 50 Doz. Good All-linen Towels, 75c. a m ii ?a. 1 ? - ** ? a i u:i imstamercsior Men ana Boys. A full line of Underwear. All number* Boston Comfort Corpets. Fruit of the Loom and Lonsdale, 10c. Our prices are the lowest. GEO. J JOHNSON, _a22 713 MARKET SPACE. | EW DRY GOODS. TRUNNEL & CLARK. ?03 Market Space, have a very large and choice stock of first-class Goods at j>opular prices. We challenge comparison in qualities, and invite all persons to insjiect the stock. Lupin's BLACK GRENADINES, new styles. All-Silk BLACK OR EN A DIN KS, choice. SURAH SILKS; FOULARD SILKS. BLACK SILKS; RHADAMES. Novelties in French SUI'l INO. SATIN EH, beautiful stylee. GINGHAMS; Persian LAWNS; Linen LAWNS. We have placed on our counter 100 doz. Ladies' Balbriggan HOSE, full regular made, to l? oold at $3 per doz. or 25c. per pair. "Look at them." Also. 100 doz. all-Linen H.S. UDKFS., 12}$c.,splendid lwrgain. Table LINEN, NAPKINS. TOWELS and BED SPREADS, in eudleso variety. Wamsutta COTTON. 1"2>jc., (jest. Lonsdale OOTTON, H?c., In-st. Fruit of the Loom. 11c., best. 10-4 Bleached Pequot SHEETING, 33c. And til leading Domestics, st rock bottom prices. IS^One Price Only to alj~ 803 MARRET SPACE. al9-3m TRUNNEL & CLARK. gPECIAL BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS. Illuminated Dress Goods, widest double width, pure Wool, only 50c. Nun's Veiling, all colors, pure Wool, 30c. Handsome B ack Brocade Silks, all pure Silk, $1. Colored and Black Silks, 50c. Black and White Striped Silks, 50c. Black Silk Velvet, $1. Light Blue and Pink Cashmeres, pure Wool, wide double width, 50c. Checked Dress Goods?Black and White, Blue and Gold, Green and Gold, Brown and White, 25c. Colored and Black Cashmeres, pure wool, double width, 37)6c. Piano Covers, Silk Embroidered, $3.75. Bleached Table Damask, all Linen, 50c. Cloth for Men's and Boys' wear. 37c. to SI-50. Black Cashmere Shawls, all Wool, $2. Pure linen Dinner Napkins, 75c. dozen. Honey-Comb White Quilts, 75c. Black Silks, $1, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2. One hundred pieces of Scotch Ginghams, plaid, plain and striped, 25c. CARTER'S, 18 711 MARKET SPACE. yOUR LAST CHANCE. THE SALE OF CARPETS AT COST FOR CASH AT SINGLETON A HOEKE'S WILL CLOSE THE FIRST OF MAY. BUY NOW AND SAVE MONEY. SPECIALTIES: WINDOW SHADES AND LOOSE COVERS FOR FURNITURE MADE TO ORDER, SINGLETON A HOEKE'S a!7 801 MARKET SPACE. ^JADAME WASHINGTON, Ko. 1211 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. i HEW DEPARTOUE. DRESSES MADE AND MATERIAL FURNISHED AT LESS THAN NEW YORK PRICES. ELEGANT GOODS NOW IN STOCK. Ladies should call at once and leave their orders bofore the assortment of elegant fabrics is broken. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. * mlg-3m MADAME WASHINGTON. J^OW IS THE TIME TO PAINT. The beet place to bay your PAINTS, OILS, TARNISHES. BRUSHES. GLASS, ETC.. IS AT No. 1421 NEW TORE AVENUE, NEAR THE TREASURY, FROM JAMES H. McGILL, DEALER IN BUILDING 8UPPLIE3. fyHendy to all lines of street cars. all-lm JJANIEL G. HATCH A COMPANY, ARTISTIC HOUSE FURNISHERS AMD DECORATORS. LAMBREQUINS AND PORTIEBE& In Rare Fahrios. all-lm* No. ?4 F STREET NORTHWEST. /COMPOUND LICORICE POWDER, (German formula) for purifyinfths blood and rap. the system, w cents a Box. PUiUt NORWEGIAN COD LITER Oil* 40 cents Mr pint. aik a. x. uxkaawsrs pharmacy. n i LADIES' GOODS. gPBCIAL NOTICEI SPECIAL VOTTCBTl OUR*KKW*STORE JoTiitalMtrUmvUSm^ in mack. Mitin neritiM <Uily km ilni of the ehoioest BcwMii which Um Pari* BitW tfforte. We would partiodiity moI oar s?hmiaia the pnb'ic ho tumlM oar rtoek ul prteo^ wfckfc wo wo Mrtri ?UNt bo equalled tn the city. MRS. M. J. HUNT, ?3l HQ* F Bmxwrr nowm. PATTERN HATS AND FINE MILLINERY GOODS; SILK AND CLOTH WRAPS; 8T1.K, FLANKRL and CAMBRIC STT1TS. fhelamat and most eie?rant assortment la the city, made exclusively to my order. M. WILLI AN, 07 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. 7 CITE TREVISE, PARIS. al5 MME. VON BRANDTS. MODISTE, 607 Pennsylvania aw., over M. \\ :! i*n> establishment. Formerly with Lord A Taylor, New York, and Win. Barr A Co., hi Louie. Evening Dresses; Brid^J Trousseaus. a specialty; Cloaks, Dolmans and Suits; ail ma<le at the shortest noti<*; jfrfect work. ?ui>orior ttttui*; satisfaction irnantutred. a 11 MISS ANNIE K. UL'Ml'ilEKY, 430 TENTH 8TBF.F.T NORTHWFST, Mrkf s CORSETS to order In every st\ lo and material, and guarantee* perfect ht and <v niton. HER SPECIALTIES AitiL, French Hand-made Underclothing^ Merino Underwear and finest luij>ort-d Hosiery. Patent Shoulder Braces and all Drv-ee Reform Goods. Frencli Corset* and Burtl a. The "Hercules" Supportiujr Corset, for which Mi-<?< H. is *|<ecial atrent, and a 11 Corset, her ow n make, that (or the price cannot be surjwHsed. N.B.? French, German and Spanish spoken. aS orKING OPENING MR?CcI v7 SMITH. No. ?li p NINTH STREET NORTHWEST, will exhibit to her ttatrone h?-r fir?t se'ection of Trimmed and Pntrimmed SPRING HATS AND BONNETS, MaRv'H Suand 81. m25 3m MR8. M. B. BRUCE, No. 433 !>th STREET. NEAR E, northwest. ? Stamping, Kinbroidertmr and Materials. Art Needlework taught, privately and io classes, by Raided artists. Dkimw and ('kakn nit and fitted. Ladies' and Ui'?es' Oorweta of the best make, including Dr. Warner's, the Thomson Glove Fitting, and WiWi Waist for Children. Sole agency lor Mrs. E. Burs' celebrated Abdominal Supporter. IB- an? J^JR8. 8ELMA RUPPERT^ 06 9th street opposite Patent Office, has opened choice selection of children*' long and short DRESSER, ROBES. MERTNO AND MARSEILLES CLOAKS, LACE AND SHIRKED CAPS, and all kinds of CHILDREN'S FURNISHING GOODS. Elegant line of HAMBURG EDGINGS and UTSERTIoNSonCambric,Nainsook and Swiss; NEWlXcES. beaded FRINGES. TlilMMlNOS and BUTTONS, large and new stock of Il? ISIERY, LISLE THREAD and SILK Gl.OVES. HANDKERCHIEFS. LACE COIXAKK. FICHUS and TIE8. mi5 MME. WASHINGTON. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING AND TRIMMING STOR^ _ 1211 PENNSYLVANIA AVE.. Dresses Suite. Costumes, Cloaks, Ac., made in an potior style at abort notice. Lad*es can have Droseoo cut ana U-ifted. and a perfoct fit tfuarantwed. M BOOKS, <fee. J^KW PUBLICATIONS. Myth and Science, by Tito VLrnoli, Inter. Sci. Series, <1.50. Fronde's Life of Thomas Carlyie, 2 vols., f4. Capital and Population, by F. B. Huw.ey, fl.50. A Parisian Year, by Henry Racon. fl.50. Peabody's Handbook of Conversation, 50 cents. Onesimos, Memoirs of a Disciple of St. Paul, fl.50. bonnets au.i Canzonets, by A. Hnmsm Aleott, $1. Longfellow's Hyi>erion, (>ai>er covers, 1 cents. Longfellow's Outrr- Mer, pai?r covers, 16 cents. FRANCIS B. MOHITN. al5 1015 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. jyt-W LAW AND MISCEIXANEOUS BOOKS. Morawetion Private Corporations; $6. Kchouleron Husliand and Wife; ?fi. Uiwl of Fire Insurance Doci?ious 2vols.; ffl. Ml. 'fikr on Infancy and Coverture, Ja edition, |6.50. The. Pre rex. by Mrs. Alexander: $1. Prudence, by Lucy C. Liilie: tfOc. Money Making for Ladies; We. Physical Education, liyOnwo'.d; tl. The Hraiu and It* Function*, by J. Luys; $1.50. History of Ancient Egypt, 2 vols.. by Prof. Rawlinaon; |8 Scieuce and Culture, by Prof. Huxley; 11.50, The largest stock cf Stationery in boxes in the city. W. H. MuRRISON. Li? POOKPKLLFR AND STATIOVra. all 475 Pennsylvania avenue northwest J^RENCH BOOKsj FINEST STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS, ETC. V. G. FISCHER, (Successor to M. E. Boardmau), 629 16tb Street, Opposite U.S. Treasury, alO Washington, D.C. J^EW BOOKS. St. Clair Papers, 2 vols f#>.00 Luys. Tlie Brain and its Functions 1. M) Huxley's Science and Cultnre 1.60 Gordon's War Uiary of the Kelieliion 6 .00 De Amici's Morocco and it* People 2.<-0 Morse. Treatise on Citizeuship 4.00 Norton on Ordnance and Fire Anna. New edition. 10.00 Auerhach-Spinoza 1.00 Franklin Square and Seaside Libraries. JAMES J. CHAPMAN. 911 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. Branch Box Office Ford's Oiiera House. alO J^EW BOOKS! Outline of Primitive Belief among the Indo-European Races, by C. F. Keary < hina and tbe UuiUid States, by William Spner. Covenant Names and Privilege*, by Richard Newton. Hugh Miller's Works reduced from $1G to f8. The Gos|>el According to Matthew Explained. by Dr. Philip KchafT. Bits from Blinkbonny, or Bell of the Manse. Wtt. BALLAhTYNE* SON. ?7 4'JH Seventh street. GENTLEMEN'S GOODS. CTuN NI NO HA M. "U ATTER." SPRING STYLES t Silk Hate mad^ to order. Old styles remodeled. Straw Hats of ail kinds cleaned, bleached, Ac., the Manilla a specialty. CUNNINGHAM, 740 8th street northwest- all WE ARE UNDERSELLING EVERYBODY IN DRESb SHIRTS. Linen Collar?, Linen Cuffs, Silk Neckwear, Cotton Socks, Undershirts aud Drawers. New styles of Percale Shirts, the very beet quality, only $1.25. Fine Percale Shirts, only 75 cents. Finest Dress Shirts to order, elegantly made, only $2. Six fine Drees Shirt* to order for $9. All goods are guaranteed to give satisfaction in every way, at. ni2H MEG1NNISS1, 1002 F street northwest. g B. ELLERY, nroccssoB n DUBREUIL BROTHERS*, MANUFACTURERS OF FINE DRESS 8HIRT8 GENTS' FURNISHINGS. 1112 F Stbext No&thwkst. Washikgtoh, D.C. Six of the Finest Dress Shirts to order $12.00 Six Extra Fine Shuts to order 9.00 Six Fine Shirte to order 7.50 mar24 rrHnMPsnu's 1 DRESS 8HIKT MANUFACTORY AND MEM'S FURNISHING EMPORIUM, 816 F Street Northwest. NECKWEAR. FOOTWEAR, HANDWEAJL Beady-made SHIRTS at following priees: Bert Wam?"itta, unfinished, 75c.; finished, 90c. Best t. of the L., unfinished, 65c.; finished. Boy's Wsmmitta, unliuinhed. 60c.: finished. 75c. J10 sewixgTmachines, &c. Ladies desiring to buy or rknt a SEWING MACHINE, SHOULD NOT FAIL- TO call at AUEKBACU'S, corner 7th aud H. and nuke their own selection out of ail the different kinds of new, latest improved Machines. Examine the Self-threading QUEEN, before buying any. The QUKEN reigns supreme over all others. SPECIAL BARGAIN'S.? ne New, Latest Improved SINGER, (slightly lined) with stop motion, extension table, side drawers, eov.'r and all attachment*. $20, one WILCOX & GIBBS, (25; one Second-hand SLNGER. in good order, f 10; all warranted. Our Repair Department is complete In all Mi appointments. O. AUERBACH, Corner 7th and H, Next door to AUEBBACH'S Gent's Furnishing and Hat Store. a22 jt stands at the head. THE LIGHT RUNNING AND DURABLE ELDREDGE! THE ACKNOWLEDGED PEER OF SEWING MACHINES! Compare it with any other and you will decide at once in its favor. Call and see it at OPPEN HEI ME R*S Fewing Machine and Fashion Room a. 628 9th street northwest, near corner of F street B a car Dressmaker for Spring and Summer, showing 700 of the leading styles for Ladiee' and Children's wear, price 16 cents. ml8 T A FLEUR'S EXCRETES. The best Tonic known, and an infallible remedy for Rheumatism, Rheumatic Gout, Stiff Joints, Coughs, Colds, Pulmonary Complaint*, Consumption, Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Bronchitis, Scrofula, Kidnev Diseases, Urinary Complaints, and all diseases of the Blood and Skin. It will cure all Eruptions of the Skin and make it white and soft in a short time. External ap plications wtil erne Burns. Sprains, Cuts, Frost Bites, Bore Bunions, Scalds, fee. Bend for circular. Hundreds of home testimonial*. For eato by aU dronrista. D?gc<JM? W. Patt sties*. Mar Sh&rp, U^ta^re, Md. FAMILY SUPPLIES. a a i\i ABMT AWC MATT W1ZKUT. PCKFICTtOI. 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For sale at Agent's lowest rates. HUME, CLE ART A CO., mtS 807 Market Suae* pLOURI FLOUR!! FLOUR! I! DIRECT FROM MISNETONKA MU.I.S, MINNEAPOLIS. MINNESOTA. CAB-LOAD JC8T RECEIVED. Thla Flonr ta of Rare Quality. Make* white, rich, dalicious bread and rolls. Try it. ELrHoxzo youngs. (Sole Agent for the Mill.) Grocer, 604 9th street northwest, m29 Ira Bet. F and F, opp. Crittr 0?ee. ARE DETERMINED NOT TO CARRY ANT CANNED GOODS over till next season. Therefor* aw offer the following: aoe doren "Boston Market" TOMATOES. Ci 7b. earn .) extra heavy, eo'id parked fl.nu iwr doaen 200 rt<>aen hhrivroV l+ j itiau SUGAR WH N fl. 50 r?>r Aoma And a larvv assortment of oiLcr CANNED \ HXiLlABi.th and FRUITS. GEO. E. KENNEDY ft BON. jb55 Ho. 1201 F NTRFXT. _ yOB LENT! Rotised Herrlnr, Sardines In Totnat.wa. Housed MackereL- SardinuH Hnioknd. Housed Trout. Boneless Codfish. Fresh Smelts. liot-tJfws Herring. Fresh Cu> k. Hi'ic?t Oyxtim Yarmouth Bloaters. RnaMan Caviar. Kii>i?red Ht-rrimr. CodfiHh Hs Is. Columbia Kim Salmon. Pickled Lol^V-r. Mxrhiaa Uav I/otwter. Pins Aiylf Cli"* Berataria Shrimp. Edam Cn<*we. bardinesw Oil. B. W. REED'S RONS, ffl 1216 F itrert nortii wwt JUST RECEIVED? A fine lot of BOSTON CUCFMBKHs. FLORIDA TOMATOES. aud FLORIDA ORANOE9. Constantly on hand. PHILADELPHIA CAPONS and CHICKEN* ? Also, Um very beat POULTRY. FRANK J. TTBBETt, Pturr Market. J24 Corner 14th rtroet and New York avenua. QLD BTAG PUKE RYE WHISKY la unequalled for smoothness, flavor and punt jr. aaA for the sideboard and sickroom is unrivalled. HUME, CLEARY A CO., J28 >07 MARKET SPAOK. _ WE ARE RECEIVING DAILY LX'IRA BM'K uRAHS MOTTO* IRIMK MALL FED BEEP, hELKI ED OYSTERS." GAME AND FRESH FIBO. Constantly on hand _ PI11LA1 l l"i'11 LA CHICKENS AND TPRKEY* At tiM B08T0N MARKET. LEON SCHELL A CO.. A7? 17 It PE?>N S YLVANIA AVFNUK. f|1HAT SPIXNDID MINNESOTA FAMILY FLOUfc Favorably known as the HO V FRFT^W yields, in perfection, white, sweet and wliolesorne braal HLME. CLEARY k. OO.. d? 907 Market Hpaoa JuHN R. KELLY, Dr.Ai.ca n? PnwT-OiiM BEEF. LAMB, VEAL. MIT'lXIS, *c. CORNED BEEV A HPI'XJIALl i. Stalls 628. 629 and f>3u Center Market, 9th strert winn, and 206 aua'208 Northern Liberty Market; or Addraai Box 71. City Port Office. Marketing delivered tree of chars* to all parts of the city. mar44 PIANOS AMD ORGANS. Q HAUNCEY J.REED, (6CCCKHR0R TO 6IDKKY T. MM MO.) 433 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST. Bole Acrnt for the MATCHLESS HIEMEKAMP PIANOS And the Celebrated * fTfl SHONINGER CYMBELLOR ORGANS. Sold on monthly payment of from $5 to $10. N. B.?Parti** lesvinr the city alw*ya And us with cash ready to rurchiM anything In our Uue. Thli en* able* ue to keep in stock moot of the time PI ANOS from CHICKERING, STEINWAY and K NABE. and ORGANS from MASON 4 HAMLIN. HMITH AMERICAN and ESTEY, at lea* than one-had the usual pnoee quoted. Most complete Repair Shop in the city. Old Pianos made new. L. WILD & Ulfo7, 709 7th Htrnet Northwest, sole a*rents for the bTlEFF and the KR A S KtH0CT3M * BACH PIANOH and ESTEY OKOANW.h T ftI Hi?ecial |?iwnal attention (riven to Tuning Pianos and Oivane. Beware of trusting your instruments to irnspo ?*ib]e tinkers. tl REICHENBACH'h PIANO WARER< 1QMH.~PIANQ8 of various maker for sale and rent at re-^CSM duoed prions. Wm. Knabe ft Co.V World R I" ril renowned Piano*. 1 uninir and Re|>airinc. 423 11th street, above Pennsylvania avenue. f2S-ta HO U8EFURN IS HTN G8. J?DDY BEFB1G ERA TORS, WHITE MOUNTAIN FREEZERS, PORCELAIN LINED COOLERS, ICE PITCHERS, *?. M. W. BEVEBIDGE, 1mposter or China avd guimu^ aM 1009 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. 7Q9 BE FRIG ERA TORS. 709 Mabut Braes. Maker braes We have in stock a foD line of the etafrani KIMPKON MANUFACTURE To which we invite the attention at those who wish a jierfectly reliable CHARCOAL PACKED REFRIGERATOR. They have SLATE KTONE SHELVES, are liued wtth Polinhed Metal, and beautifully finished. Every one guaranteed to give entire aatrnfactinn. WILMARTH & EDMON8TOK, Dealers in China, Glass and Housr Furnishing Goods. a3i 70# M ARKET KPACE. JF YOU WANT A COOK STOVE OR RANGE CaU and see onr new Ranpe, with Patent Duplex Grate, the best Grate made. Our stock of REFRIGERATORS. OIL and GAS STOVES is now ooniplete, of which, ss well as Coofcknff Btoves. we can show thr laryes* atsKwtmeiit in the city. The attention of builder* and oth-1 - i- iwawtfulhr cal.ed to our Brick Set Raiures, Htvr Uiadand 8i George, the Fireside Jewel and Sorial Latrotwa, and our larve \ariety of Slate Mantel*-, all first-u4aa* roods. An inapectoon is respectfully sohcitad. W. 8. JENK8 ft CO.. al 717 7th sttwt northwest. rpHE DEAF HEAR THROUGH THE TEETH. AND 1 the deaf and dumb hear and learn to weak by means at a r-oent aondorful araaabfc invention, the DENTAPHONE. By its use the <ksafwe enabled to bear all ordinary (Vi-. versatton. LwtfM.Ouoanb.ko., iwrfectly; and the Deaf and Dumb hsar and are mtff tuturbt to understand spoken laamMwa. For aale br CfiAfc. FIBCMEat. fcfti TthaOwt ajrtbws* dm i: : t - V 'ML. V* JMkL .