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THE EVENING STAR.
W?:?>r>DAf July 19, 1893. LOCAL MENTION. 11m Weaiher. nmr* or the canrv nwwal owcr*. 1 4KHiN<iTo*. D.C.. July 19, is?, ?-jo una.* For tnft miildle Atlantic states. partly cloudy weather, lo al r.iln-?, southerly veering to westerly wlii'is stationary or lower temp'rature, higher pressure. Special Wratkcr Rntletln. Tlir cli'pf simal oJTIe*?r of tiic army furnishes the following special bulletin to the press: The barometer is lowest In tb? lower lite region an t tb- ft. L iwrenc? valley and highest in Manitoba Northwesterly wlnis prevail In the upper TSHlsslppl valley ?n 1 the upper lake regions, and southwesterly In ifceAtlantlc coast.states. Occaalonal r.ilns have fallen In all the districts. The following stations report more than one; Inch of rainfall dti-lnc the past twenty-four hours: Shrevcport, 2.90; Cleveland, 2.06.: Erie, 1.44; Punta Passa,221; WllHanasport, 1.15. The temperature has re- I tn.dned nearly stationary In all the districts. The following special temperatures were reported at 7 a.m. th!s inornlnz: Eastport, .58?; Montreal, 71?: <)aHxc, &?-: Mt Washington, ?0?; Cleveland, 64?; Alp^ni arrtS in Francisco, 57?; Dalutli, and Denver. 5??; ?t. Pt ul, 5fi?. Yuma reported 107? maximum temperature ye: terday afternoon. The Following Immense Bafoains will be sold for 9-. positively to-morrow only at R. Ooldschmldt's, 812 7ib sf. northwest: 1 fancy rubber dressing comb, l real mr?Joll'.*a cream piteh'*r, 1 dei-r?r;Ued cup and s nicer, 1 fuperlor scrubbing brush, 1 3-qt. cover??d bu-ket, 1 footed wash basin, 1 1-qt coffee boiler, 1 stew pan with handle, 1 blacking brush, 1 whisk broom, l knife and fork tray, ft Ice cream saucers, Sii-.ns, 39-luchple plates, 1 majolica fruit plate, 1 clothes brush, 1 1-qt. Mason's fruit Jar, I 1 ir^e potjte masher, 1 10-pln cherry hat-rack, Go ft. clothes line, 1 3-qt. covered saucepan, 1 doz. metallic plateJ teaspoons, 1 5-row extra Bne London tooth brush, 1 dish mop, 3 goblets, i child's broom, 3 covered jelly tumblers, 1 flour sieve, 3 fin preserve c;\ns, 1 4-row nail brush, , 1 Japanese parasol, X doz. individual butters, i Also, refrigerators and lee chests below cost. 15 percent discount on traveling trunks and 10 per cent on baby carriages. Ta* N'r.w Yoke Photo Co., TOT 7th, formerly Davis' branch.) will adopt the following prices for their line photographic portraits (luting the summer months: Onelirvre picture for framing. ?l; duplicate copies, 50 i ts.; nne-t cabinet portraits 12 per d >z.; card pictures, bf-st style, $1 per doz. We guarantee to make as coo 1 work for the above prices a, is made in this city; these prices to continue only till .September 1st. For Cheaf Tucnks and traveling bags go to Herxog's. 308 am st, near Pennsylvania avenue. Fcwkll's Ice Cream. Copvkh Lie. htm no-Hods, at J. H. Kuehllng'3, 419 12th street. Parasols In all colors, cleaned, and crape veils renovated equal to new at A. Fischer's, 906 G st. Hart's Roach and Insert Powder. No poison. Onlv Place for Dim If y. Young's, 736 7th street. Gents' fine caU strap ties; former price $ ?, reduced to $3.50. At Riehold's Boston Shoe House, 491 Pennsylvania avenue. A Large Lot of odds and ends ladles' and misses' slippers from 50c. ut. At Riehold's Boston Shoe House, 491 Pennsylvania avenue. Dr. Bechkr's pure Wild Cherry Bitters, made from the rich, ripe cherries. This Is an excellent remedy for lung complaints, consumption, bronchitis. asthma and diseases of the liver and stomach. Sold by Chris. Xander, No. 911 7th street. Hugh Porr.HERW, an old man with bare feet, was sent down by Jutlge Snell this morning for 90 days for being an habitual drunkard and vagrant. The Greatest Bargains ever offered In the city will be sold tor to-morrow only at M. Augensteln's, ?17 7th street northwesL Forks, spoons, tin cups, pie-plates, fruit saueers, majolica butter plates, coal shovel, lirter, poker, tumblers, doz. shelf paper, musle, pepper boxes, cake cutters, toilet soap, package plus 2 box->s blueing, 15 clothes pins, 2 lcc ereaui saucers, 6 envelopes. 6 sheets paper; choice of any of th>* above, 3c. Trunks and baby carriages at and below cost. Biterior Gauze Vests, 25<\, at Brodhead's, 1205 F. Gold-fillrd Si.gEVE Buttons, real stone and patent lever, $1, $2 and 13, at Prlgg's. The Largs Sea Turtle presented bv Capt Nick White to Mr. Geo. W. Driver will be served to his friends an I patrons, in soup and steaks, on Thursday, between 11 and 3 o'clock. The service will take place In the pa-den. All are invited. CITY AN D DISTRICT. AmnwinenU T?>nifht. Theater Com iquB.?Variety an 1 burlesqua. Abner's Simmer Garden.?Concert Driver's Summer Garden*.?Specialty Performance. The Washington Swimming School, New York avenue, between 13th and 14th streets. Condensed Lorain. fltreet lamps will be lighted at 7:45 p. m. and extinguished at 2:30 a. m. Mr. Gustav liar tig, thesccretarj* of the Prospect Hill eewetery, (who Is not the sexton,) writes to The i?tak to say that the child buried by mistake In that cemetery was not colored, but wiilte; also that he (Hartlg) had nothing to do with the altered Ermtt,and had no knowledge until last Saturday at the nsme of the cemetery on said permit had been changed. Yesterday Anna May Knott was granted a divorce from Wul F. Knott, with right to use her malilen name, Allen, and re<pondent was decreed to pay f:i5 couns-1 lets and cost of suit. between 12 and 1 o'clock this morning an alarm was turned In fro.n box 17 for the discovery of a Bre in thepilnt shop of John B. Hunt, No. 607 Louisiana avenue northwest, caused by spontaneous combustion. Damage about $100; Insured. Louis Napoleon, colored, was sent totheworkfeonse for n.teen days byJu l je Snell to-day, for cursing and swearlngou the street L ?st nltfht, about 9 o'clock, two colored thieves ent -red the kitchen of house No. 1811 II street northwest, the door being left ajar, but they were frightened off without having taken anything. Mrs. Dr. Bromley occupies the bouse. Frank Burch w is flued $20 by Judge Snell vesterday for carrying a dangerous knlle.and Michael Green, colored, was sent down for ninety davs In default of a 150 Hue, fur carrying a pistol. The will of Theo. B. s imo, late eaglne?r-lnCharge of the aqueduct, h is been admitted to probate la the register's office. He bequeatns his estate te his wife. The seutence in the case of Jas. T. Colbert, who was sentenced to six moutns in tall a few days go for stabbing anoth'-r colored man named Henry Palmer, was changed by Judge Snell to-day to f20 or 60 days. Mrs. Mriry Orange was charged by Mrs. Waters In the Police Court to-day with havimr mirte threats of violence to her. Mrs. Orange admitted that she said she would break Mrs. \\ ater's neck if she spoke to her, and said she will do It yet If t?ne bothers her. The court took her personal bonds to keep the peace for six months. The Federation op Labor.?At the meeting of the Federation of Lai or Unions last evening the newiy-eiected officers of the organization were installed, anl the pre.-ddent, Mr. A. M. Kenaday, of Columbia Typographical Union. No. 101, delivered an address sluing forih the objects of the Federation. Resolutions were adopted setting forth briefly the grievances of the miners employed by the Maryland Mining Company and heartily endor-ing the action or the miners in resisting gross Injustice us manly and partaking of the spirit of freedom that won everlasting renown for the old Maryland llne.'and further declaring that they will not knowingly deal with any coal dealer that sells the product of these mines. The Weslev Grove CAMr Meeting.?Preparations have be?*n made tor a preliminary tenting season at We*ley tirov^j camp ground, on the Baltimore an 1 ohlo rallroad.and a number of families wir go out from Bait.more t/Mlay. The regular cumo meeting services will b">rln in August, and wil: tn charge of Kevs. Thomas E. Corson and ?. It s. lloogl:, presiding elders. It is expected to have 175 tents on the ground. Among those who wli: t"nt at the rt-^ular camp ine.-tln* are Rev. S. K Vox, of thl< city; Rev. John H. Kern, of Alexandria. v.i.; Rev. Sair.uel Rogers, of Lee-burg,Va.; R< v. George W. Tyler, of Roekvlile. Mil; Dr. W. I>. Water*.U. Waters, Mrs. Nathan Cook aud E. D. Pn 'tyman, of Mont^omrry county. Drkds in Fke have been Qled as follows:?John Kr iem. r to Augustus B. Copnt s, pt l, sq. 4S4; $4.(W0. Rebecca A. Blnlno to Elizabeth A. Corcoran, su'?. K, sq. 7:J2; fS.VW, Salllc A. Ergood to BdWtnC. Heed, su?> l,sq. 290; ft,000. J. S. Edwards, trustee, to Susan Fltrverald. subs. 14 and !5. sq. 223; f?. J. Bayard II. Smith to Horace Jarboe, pt 19, sq. 2S; *t.vio. W. F. Farrlsh to Chas. T. Hurray, pt 47, hj. 2iu; fl,.H50. J. W. Poolet aL. trusters, to S. W. Thomas, pt 38, 511 Pleasant; 12,*^ The River Trapk.?Harbormaster Sutton reports arrivals at the river front as follows: Stmr. Ban-field, Capt. Fallon, ill tons co u. Johnson A Br >.; s hr. Nellie. Capt Brannocfc, S'.tJ tons coal. ?onoson? Bro.; schr. Alctba, ('apt. MircheH, l'.g tons coal, John-^on A Bro.; sclir. Travers, Capt Miu:hell, 259 tons coal, Johnson & Bro.; sehr. p. a. Walter, Capt Jackson, 162 tons coal, Johnson ii Bro.; sehr. W. lionnelly. Ct?pt. Hopkins, 144 tons eo;?l, Johnson A Bro.; sehr. Margie, Capt Myers, 17K tons coal. Johnson a: Bro.; barge Nannie*and Willie, Capt. Moore, 116 tons coal, Potomac Steamheat Company; schr. Alice B. Wlnshlp, Capt. Jlead, 120 tons choal. Stephenson Bnis.- sehr. H. Reensill, Capt MeKid?ht, 115 tons coal, G. T. Sheriff; sehr. Rob?. Shrlver, Capt. Sin lhoy, 115 ions cm. In., S. * C. Co.; sehr. ret r ll'.ne, Capt Reynold-s, 25,000 teet timber, JtiUnuiu c Bra Paying vor Their Fun.?Molly Jarboe, Emma llammcrsley. Belie Dixon, Annie Smith, John Stewart and John Diggs?a mixed lot, white and colored?lured a Bohemian musician to their den Monday, and after getting drunk i?egan to dance the fandango, and were all arrested and took a promenade to th? station-hon e. They formed a set in Judge SncU'sdoclc y?^surlay, and t!ie Judge called the figures, and they chas seed back to their iaces, and win have an Intermission of 15 days Iw refresh me lits. OROCBRnts.?Attention is called to th* s?le of f?B?y and staple groceries at Duncanson'a, a t 13 'dock in the morning. Among the nrthles on band will be found nour, shad, starch, tea find Mnned goods, and will be *oid in lots to huit. s c avt I Tbe C bri?(iuc)r DiT?rce Own. A moBABii.i nr or an karly ?ttlb*bnt?wtcsirr actio* is thb cask?8tef8 TAKBlf TO bbino it to a ci .os*. It Is probable that tbe dlrorce case in whlcb tbe bill was tiled origin ally by ex-Senator Cbrlstlancy, charging bis wife, LJllleM. Cbristlancy, with adultery at the St. James hotel on Djeembar?th, 1880. will soon come to an end. It wtll be remembered that Messrs. Cuppy and Ittgersoll filed tbe bill, and that a few weeks afterward Mr. J. N. Oliver, for .Mrs. Chrlstlancy, filed an answer denying ibe charges, and nlso a cros3 bill charging Mr. Chrlsti.mcy with cruet treatment. Mr. ?. P. Ivivejoy was appointed examiner in tlie case, and took considerable testimony. Messrs. Cook and cole b tvlng been retained tor Mrs. Chrtstlancy,an arrangement was made that tbe remainder of tbe testimony be taken by a short band reporter, whercupou Mr. Harper was employed as stenographer, tue expense to be borne equally by tbe parties to the suit. The testimony already taken covers over 4.000 paces of legal cap paper. About the last of June Mrs. Chrlstlancy withdrew her cross bill, and Mr. Chrlstlancy filed a supplemental bill, in which he preferred against her the complaint of desertion. What brought about this action is not known to a certainty, but it lsevld-ntthat both parties were becomlmrdlsgU3ted with the proceeding?, and that tbe publicity given from time to time to the testimony wi>s not at all aereeable to them. Then, as the procurement of witnesses and the payment of their expenses taxed them beyond their expectations. It Is probable that measures wore agreed upon to cad the case. As It now stands, as soon as the testimony Is reported to the court a decree may be obtained, and It la understood that the testimony will bj reported In a few days. The National Rifle*' Excunion. The excursion of the National Rifles to Murshall Hall last evening was largely atte i?ded, despite the forbidding aspect of the weather when the steamer Corcoran sailed from her wharf. The excursionists spent a most enjoyable evening at Marshall Hall, where the festivities were in charge of committees composed of Willis B. Magrudcr, C. B. Fondn. F. K. Johnson, Thomas Garner, G. W. Stokes, Etlwin A. Goodwin, W. C. Keech, J. II. Clear. J. H. Ralston and G. W. Evans. Among the guests of the company were Senator Saunders, of Nebraska; Representative Blackburn, of Keni tucky: Senator Mitchell, of Pennsylvania; Second and Third Assistant Postmasters General Klmer and Hazen; CoL Corbln, U.S.A.; Col. D. B. Hendeison; Mr. Hogg, chief clerk of the Navy depart| ment; Dr. C. F. McDonald, of the Po^t Office department; Messrs. Bartle, Wise and Harris, of the W. L. I. Corps; Capt. McBirneyani Lieut. Monroe, of the Alexandria Light Infantry; Major llanneman, D. C. Artillery; W. H. B. K.tt**ou, I)r. Carroll Morgan, H. C. Sweet, Major Clapp, U.S.A.; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Carlcton, Mrs. Oscar Ilough, Mrs. Jessie Scott, James Davis, Chas. Nutz, J&mea II. Parrls, Miss Iola Rodler, Nathaniel Stratum. Chas i II. Hendiey? Mr. ami Mrs. J. T. Blvins, Mr. and 1 Mrs. C. M. Barton, Mrs. Robert Boyd, Ed- Abner, J. T. Phillips, George Bryan. Sam. Wise, Gus. Bruebl, Miss Stella Chapman, Miss Anna Williamson, Mrs. W. B. Johnstone, Will Oyster, George Jones, Mrs. Ben. F. Worrell, Mtss Mattle Morgan, Mrs. Ada Ober. Miss JUnnte Voute, Miss Mary Dant, E. L. Townaend, MIsj Made De Roncary, F. J. Johnstone, Miss Fannie Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. (Jeorge W. Falrbrother, Mrs. Hattle Lazeller, Miss Lizz'e Brewer, Misses Mollie and Lillle Oyster, Miss Ella Johnson, Mre. A. It Rlngwaldt, Miss Minnie Sheckels, Miss Josle Whiting, Miss Mollie Mundle, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Manson. Mrs. John J. Med ng, Miss Florence Massey, Miss Ada Markrlter, MLss Ida Cudlip, Misses Ella Johnson, Minnie Sheckels, Josle Whiting and Mollie MurdelL Mrs. A. R. Rlngwalt, Chnfrles Miller, Thomas Devine. Joseph stern, Rhoderlck Danforth, P. A. Barson, Mrs. Ella Brown, Fred. Maury. Mrs. Nettle Reeves, Mrs. Nettle Jewell, of Chicago; W. H. Otterback, C. B. Ward, Miss Maggie Homer, Dr. G. B. Welch, Mrs. J. W. McMillan, Mrs. Minnie McMillan, Mrs. Sarah Neal, Mrs. C. L. Flndley, J. B. Miller, J. A. Mahoney, Mrs. Emma Gelston. Misses Anna aud Dora Gelston, Miss Bessie Fitzgerald and A. G. Shepherd. _ Amusements* Excursions, Etc* Thsater Comiquk.?An attractive variety and burlesque entertainment Is given at the Comlque. At Abner's Sumxkr Gakdkn a fine Instrumental and vocal concert Is given nightly. Dkivek's Gakdkn.?A specialty performance of unusual merit Is given every evening. The Washington Swimming School is opened for gentlemen from 7 to 9 a. m. and 2:30 to 10 p. m., and for ladles from 10 a. m. to 12 m. The I.O.O.F.Libkarv Association have arranged an excursion to Glymont, to be given to-morrow on the steamer Keyport, which will leave the 7th street wharf at 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Eastern Lodge i. o.o.f., will give an excursion to-morrow to Lower Cedar Point. Boat will leave 6th street wharf at 8:30 a.m. a Benefit Performance.?Mr. Clarence r. Leonard, the popular agent of Col. Snelbaker, has arranged for a benefit at the Theater Comique summer garden next Friday evening, when a strong bill will be presented. Several favorite variety artists have volunteered their services for tbe occasion. Possession op the Washington and Western Railkoad.?A conference between the officials of the Washington and Western railroad, formerly the Washington and Ohio railroad, and those'of the Baltimore, Cincinnati and Western railroad, was held yesterday In New York in relation to Che recent sale of the former road to the latter, the n-sult of which, it is understood, places the B.,C. & W. in possession of the Washington and Western. It will be remembered that the Washington and Ohio railroad was sold under foreclosure of mortgage some time last winter, and was bought in the interest of the Baltimore, Cincinnati and Western. Some trouble arose over a check tendered In part payment, ana the road was ordered to be resold. On the morning of the day of the second sale, however, matters were arranged so that Mr. W. J. Best closed a bargain for the roaifc, again In the Interest of the B., C. & W. More trouble arose, as Mr. Best, it is understood, declined to deliver the road Into the hands of the Ba C. <te W. officials. Suit was threatened, and then came th" appointment for the meeting of yesterday. Nothing definite Is known of the result; but the Baltimore Ainerirati says that from private sources the result is said to have been favorable for the Baltimore, Cincinnati and Western. New Publications.?From Joseph Shilling ton we have advance copies of the Atlantic and Jtlarj*rv? Monthly for August. Also from Robert Beall advance cony of Harjjer. From Mr. V. Fischer, of the book store opposite the Treasury, we have the illustrated catalogue of the Paris Salon for 1882, a most interesting publication in a pictorial point of view, as well as of great value to those desiring to keep en rappoi't with that great Institution. Fighting Women.?Frances Scott was charged by another colored girl named Mary Morton, in "the Police Court to-day, with assaulting her. 8he told the court that Frances robbed her of the father of her children, and when she went IBsee him last Saturday, Frances struck her on tlW head with a brick and knocked her down, and got on her and beat her. Frances showed the court a mutilated ear, which she said Mary did with her teeth. A fine of |5 was Imposed. How n? Got Monet to Btrv Whisky.?Joseph Donnelly pleaded guilty before Ju lge Snell to-day to beln; an habitual drunkard and vagrant. Policeman O'Hare told tne court tbat the prlsouer was I continually drunk on tbe street, and he was also a systematic beggar. The officer showed the court | two permits from the surgeon general's office to admit the prlsouer to Provklence bosnltal, which he found on him when he arrested him. He would go to houses in the northwestern section of the city, the officer said, and pretend to be sick, and show the permit, and ask for car fare to take him to the hospital, and when It was refused him he would become abusive, and when he received It he woul l spend it in whisky. Tbe court sent blm to tbe workhouse for 90 days. j^ig reduction. i 5,000 yards linen lawns. beautiful STYLES REDUCED TO 5c. PER YD. 4,000 Yards Beat makeof LONSDALE CAMBRIC, 10c. 50 Dozen Colored Bordered HANDKERCHIEFS,5c. MADRAS GINGHAMS, Drew Styles, in Stripes and Checks. INDIA LINENS, reduced to 12* and 20c. j PARASOLS, SI. 11-25, fl.50, *2, $2.50. I ALL LINEN TOWELS. 40 Inches Ion?. 11c. LINENS, for Boys' Suits, I5rts., 18cts., 20 eta. I FIGURED and DOTTED SWISS, ail patterns. I CASHMERES, GRENADINES, BUNTINGS, SILKS. 8ATIXS, CATTONE, CALICOES, TABLE LINENS, NAPKIN8, COUNTERPANES. MOSQUITO NETTING, ALL COLORS. CARPETS?Brussels and Ingrains. NEW FALL STYLES ARRIVING DAILY. towsoits, 636 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. j Jyll^ 8QUTH BIPB. 1) EFRIGERATOR8, WATER COOLERS and OIL STOVES AT REDUCED PRICES. Our ?tock of above Roods being too large, will sell at lor* tm'ures to close them out. A fuil line of i>ortable and brick-set RANGES, LATRORES. FUKNACES and SLATE MANTELS. An inspection solicited. ; Airents for DANFORT1TS VAPOR STOVE; the best in the market. j LAN FOR TH'S FLUID constantly on hand. W. S. JEN KS & CO.. JjrlJ 117 7th street northwest? I fiKPA.' S E()D! TouKh as -whalebone, elemntly HASH kod* Polished Roeewood Finish! < ft.no rash rod! Llneqnsled for Beauty and I Ift.tM KA>*S RoD! Delicacy of Balance ! Remarkably ' ft.<*0 i1ass r.od! Soft Elasticity of Soring! ! it-.oo uASS ROD! 8amsonian Strength! .V00 It \ss rod ! Beautiful Whipped Hollow $5.00 It \SS rod! Butt, with extra superfine |5.0() It ASS rod! Lancewood Tip in it! 4 Joints, imiI 2 IV xil.ie Lancewood tips. No angler has ever expenciled the Hibernian's real thrill of exstatic pleasure until lie has landed a rousing 6 lb. Black Bass with this G< ni of a Itod. Prioo only $5, free by mall anywhere, j. u. o'meara. Wholesale Fishing Tackle, 1347 Pennsylvania avenue^ Waal on*! on. P. C. Catalotruaa frss, mlS I' j*ine furniture storacus. CHACE'S, *10 NEXT CITY POBTOFFICE. Genuine decker bro#pianos AND BURPKTT GROANS, FffW 1 he best now made. VI' I O. H. KUHN, 40710th atzeet. Sole A?wt. The Philadelphia Record publishes an article giving Or. Grant's opinion on the Eastern qnea tlon, which Is to effect that the people ot feyp are tea times worse off than the negroes ot th< south, and he believes that an English protector ate would help to develop the resources ot thi country and improve the condition of its people In the oorrtdor ot the court house at Floyd, La. yesteraay, David S. Norwood attempted to cane T J. Polk. Falling to do this, he drew a pistol t< shoot folic, who also pulled out a similar weapon Both men fired simultaneously. Polk was kiUed and Norwood severely wounded. The affray grev out of a lawsuit. The two men were proinlnen planters. Emanuel B. Schneider, a German priest, has re nouoced the Catholic church, and Joined the Fiftt Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church ot Pitts burg. The monument to the sculptor Rlnebart, wltl the bronze figure ot Endymlon, in Oreenmoun cemetery, Baltimore, was unveiled yesterday. The Brooklyn police yesterday morning found i man on the street who was deranged, lie provet to be Geo. H. Keeder, who until recently was th< editor and proprietor ot the Easton Express, a Easton, Pa. His father was formerly governor o Kansas. Mrs. Hugh Evans, her young son and a little girl, also named Evans, all of Montreal, wen drowned In the Little Rideau river yesterday. The body ot the Earl ot Crawford and Balcarres, which was stolen from the family vaul in Scotland some months ago, has been found. The Danish Arctic exploring ship Dejmphma, In command or Lieut. Hoogaara, silled on her ex pedltlon from Copenhagen yesterday. The price of gas to the consumers in Augusta, Ga., has been reduced to $2.50 per thousand feet. Senator mil is reported to be dying. Q U T I C U R A RESOLVENT. OPERATES WITH ENERGY UPON THE KIDNEYS, LIVER, BOWELS AND PORES OF THE SKIN, NEUTRALIZING, ABSORBING AND EXPELLING SCKOFULOUS, CANCEROUS, AND CANKER HUMORS, The cause of most human ills, and curing when physi clans, hospitals, and ail other methods and remediei fall, Scrofula or Kind's Evil, Glandular Swellings, Ulcers, Old Sores, Milk Leg, Mercurial Affections, Erysipelas. Tumors, Abcesses, Carbuncles. Bolls, Blood Poisons, Urifrht's Disease, Wasting of the Kidneys and Liver, Rheumatism, Constipation, Piles, Dyspepsia, and all Itching and Scaly ERUPTIONS Of the Skin and Scalp?such as Salt Rheum, Psoriasis, Tetter, Ringworm, Barber's Itch, Scald Head. Itching Piles, and other Disfiguring and Torturing Humors, from a pimple to a scrofulitio ulcer, when assisted bj Cuticdka and Cuticuea Soap, the great Skin Cures, CUTICURA, a sweet, unchangeable Medicinal Jelly, clears off al external evidence of Blood Humor, eats away Dead Skli and Flesh, instantly allays Itchings and Irritations, Softens, Soothes and Heals. Worth ita weight in gold for all Itching Diseases. CUTICURA SOAP, an exquisite Toilet, Bath and Nursery Sanative. Fragrant with delicious flower odors and healing balsam. Contains In a modified form all the vi tues of Cutictjb A, the great Skin Cure, and is indisjvensable in th< treatment of Skin and Scalp Diseases, and for restoring, preservinjr and beautifying the complexion and skin. The only Medicinal Baby Soap. Cuticuba Remedies aro tiio only real curatives foi diseases of the Skin, Scalp and Blood Price: Cuticura Resolvent. $1.00 per bottle; Citticttba, 60c. per box; larsre boxes, $1.00; CuTictnu Medicinal Toilet Soap, 25c.; Ccticuba Medicinal Shaving Soap, 15c. Sold everywhere. PRINCIPAL DEPOT. WEEKS k POTTER, BOSTON. STRAUS' GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE. A GRAND SUCCESS. ' THE GOODS HAVE BEEN GOING LIKE SHOT FROM A GUN. NO WONDER THIS IS SO. FOE SUCH LOW PRICES WERE NEVER BEFORB KNOWN IN WASHINGTON. IN MANY INSTANCES WE HAVE NOT STOPPED TO C0N8IDER THE MANUFACTURER'S COST EVEN. ON ALL LIGH1 AND DARK CA8SIMERE SUIT8 WE HAVE MADE A TREMENDOUS REDUCTION. ELEGANT STYLES OF MEN'S, YOUTHS', EOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SUITS ARE DAILY SLAUGHTERED IN IMMENSE QUANTITIES, YET WE CANNOT STOP TO STUD'i THIS. OUR OBJECT IS TO GET THE GOODS OUT OF THE WAY. LINEN AND MOHAIR DUSTERS, ALPACA, SERGE AND DRAP DE 'ETE COATS, WHITE DUCK VESTS?IN FACT ALL SUMMED GOODS-HAVE BEEN COT DOWN. WE SHAH CONTINUE THIS GREAT SACRIFICE S^LE UNTII OUR SUMMER 8TOCK IS DISPOSED OF. WE 8A\ TO YOU; DO NOT DELAY. FOR THIS RARE OPPORTUNITY MAY BE LOST. A. STRAUS, 939 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, near 10th street, and JrlS 932 D STREET. JJEDUCED PRICES. FINE DRY GOODS. EVERY ARTICLE THE BEST OF ITS KIND. To close out the Season Stock we have reduced the prices tnat you may get bargains in all classes of goods. TOWEL8, NAPKINS. TABLE DAMASK and all HOUSEKEEPING GOODS at low prices. PARASOLS, very low prices. BILKS, SATIKS, GRENADINES and all Thin Gooda at low prices. LADIES' and CHILDREN'3 SUITS reduced. All Goods are the beat. JOHN T. MITCHELL, Jyl3-6t 931 Pennsylvania avenue. CUNNINGHAM,. "HATTER. "-BPRING STYLES 8ilk Hats made to order. Old styles remodel&d. *>iraw Hats of ail kindu cleaned, bleached. Ac. the Manilla a specialty. CUNNINGHAM. 74Ut?thrtre* northwest. all pATENT COMBINED FLY TRAP AND ADJUSTABLE W W WtlNN I* DDI) OO WWW WWWWIINNND DO OWWWW WWWWIINNND DO O WW WW WWWW I1N NND DO O WW WW W W UN NNDDD OO W W SSSg OCO RRR EKE EES NN N fL? COR RR E N N N bS8Ss 0 RRR EE EE N N N o SO CR RR E N NN,? H8BS800CR REEEEREN NN DAISY LAWN MOWERS, HYDRANT HOSE, BUILDER 8' AND MISCELLANEOUS HARDWARE, P. P. MAY & CO., fo8 634 Penna. avenue, near 7th street. ECONOMICAL AND SAFE. WEAVER, KENGLA ft CO.'J LAUNDRY SOAP IP ECONOMICAL, BECAUSE IT IS PURE- RPTNa FREE FROM ALL ADULTERATIONS, SUCH AS MARBLE DUST, BOAP8TONE, PIPE CLAY, 8ILI CATE, ft?., WHICH ARE USED TO ADD WEIGHT AND BULK, AND WHICH QUICKi-Y WEAU OUT AND ROT THE CLOTHES. IT IS SAFE. BECAUSE IT IS MANUFACTURE! FROM STRICTLY PURE MATERIAL8, VIZ: STEAM REFINED TALLOW (PREPARED BY OURSELVES) PALM AND COCO AN UT OILS; WHILE ON THE CONTRARY MANY OF THE SOAPS ON THE MAR. KET ARE MADE FROM GREASE PROCURED FROM THE CARCA88E8 OF PUTRID DEAD ANIMALS, THUS ENDANGERING LIFE AND HEALTH. PUT UP IN BARS. AND EVERY BAB BRANDED WITH OUR NAME. FOR BALE BY GROCERS GENERALLY, AND WHOLESALE AT OFFICE, m8 8344 WATER 8TREET. GEORGETOWN. D.O. fflM C8LLUL01D TRU88; THAT NEVER CHA8. FISHER'S, 7th street northwest, .MRS. FISHER devotes her attention to the wants of Lady Patrona. mil 8SPL UMBRELLAS. SILKS, LACES? ? uSttbSSSa'SSfg-* ok'" ,ai i. X. YOUNG. CITY ITEMS. A Drnf^lvCi OpIalM. Wist Washington, Jab. 4,1881 Gentlemen: Prom my large sales of Brown* Iron Bitters, I am satisfied it gives general satisfaction, and I feel safe in recommencing It to my customers, one of whom has Just said, Its effects, on a mend of his to whom It was recommended, was most wonderful. H. w. Little, Druggist [Brown's Iron Bitters Is a sure cure for weakness, a tired feeling, caused by overwork, malaria, dyspepsia, indigestion, Ac.] 2Hr. Clkas. Smith, of JiaiM, Ohla, writes: I have used every remedy for sick headache I could hear of for the past fifteen years, hut Carter's little liver pills did me more good than all the rest Newer X Wbat, Never I Nol Newer II There never has heen a scheme presented in any part of the world, when the system of public or government lotteries has been or is now legalized and protected, so liberal* In alLlts features towards the public, as that recently aiopted by the Louisiana State Lottery Company, in its regular monthly distributions, under the sole care and management of Generate G. T. Beauregard, of La., and Jubal A. Early, of Va., on the #1 Tuesday of each montb, all information <* which can be had on application to 1L A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La. For to a holder of a successful ticket may get 175,000 or $25,000, etc. Liberality seems here to render the charity of giving (hb the company pays the Charity Hospital tl?00,0001 for its franchise) a luxury, open gratefully to even the most selfish. The next drawing occurs on Tuesday, August 8th, and early callers will be paid aoon. Don't be Alarmed at Blight's Disease, Diabetes, or any disease of the kidneys, liver or urinary organs, as Hop Bitters will certainly and lastingly cure you, and it is the only thing that will. i ??? - ? i . . A Vigorous Growta of the hair is often promoted by using Parker's Hair Balsam. It always restores the youthful color and . luster to gray hair, gives it new life, and removes all Irritation and dandruff. Hope for Drunkards* My husband had drunken habits he could not overcome until Parker's Ginger Tonic took away Ills thirst for stimulants, restored his old energy 9 of mind and nerves, ana gave him strength to at, tend to business.?Cincinnati Lady. Forty Yeara* Experience ef an Old Norse. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothi ng Syrup is the prescription of one of the best female physicians and nurses In the United States, and has been used for Torty years with never-failing success by millions of mothers for their children. It relieves the child from pain, cures dysentery and diarrhoea, griping In the bowels ana wixd colic. By giving health ' to the child It rests the mother, nice SB cents a r bottle. _ m.w.8 That Hatband of IHiae Is three times the man he was before he began using Wells' Health Renewer. fl. Druggists. Depot, Stott A Cromwell. 5 I Bright'* Diaeaae of the Kidneys, Di> i abetew. No danger from these diseases if you use Hop I Bitters; besides, being the best family medicine ever made. Tru3t no other. _ _ "Alderney Dairy Wmom." Fresh Atderney Butter, churned every morning and delivered in jtf-lb. "ward" prints 40c. oer lb. Also, cottage cheese, buttermilk and sweet mitir, 1 6c. per ut. Cream, 15c. pint rATTORNEYS^ WT. FITZGERALD. ATTORNEY'AT-LIW. r _ 60. Corcoran Building. Practices in si! tne Courts. f33 NH. MtLLEH, ? _ Attorney-at-Law. Booms 2 and 4 Gun ton Law Building 472 Louisiana avenue. ja2T JjMNE DRESS GOODS, SILKS, SATINS, ko. We will begin our semi-annual closing--oat sale now. Great bargains in remnants, odds, ends, Ac. One cane of WHITE DIMITY" MUSLIN, yard wide, 12)i oents per yard. LAWNS, 5 cents. CALICOES, 5 cents. One case of all-wool DEBAGES, 20 cents per yard. 500 pieces of INDIA LINEN 8, the cheapest ever offered t in this city. 5 SPECIAL.?Twenty thousand fancy business Cards, Placks and Palettes will be given oat by the cashier in j proportion to the Koods nurchased. f Fine SILKS, SATINS and VELVETS from the tow" est to the highest value. 500 PARASOLS and SDK UMBRELLAS at reduced . prices. 5 Beautiful FIGURED SATINES reduced to 37X cents. * W. Wi BURDETTE & CO., : JylO-lm Nos. ??st. and 706 K n. w. ^THITE MOUNTAIN HAMMOCK CHAIR ( Robinson's Patent-Januaky 11th, 1881. ) I THE WHITE MOUNTAIN HAMMOCK CHAIR < differs from all the other stationary or reclinimr chairs . in that it is better, stronger and simpler; is adapted to the liouae, lawn, porch, or camp, and is Just chuck lull of quiet comfort and blessed rest. It is far superior t? the hammock in every way. and can be put up so as to be always in the shade. The cheapest ana the best article in the world for the enjoyment of fresh air. It assume and can be used in any position, from sitting1 up to lying down, without u.ny exertion of the occupant, and supi>orts and rests tho body la whatever position it is placed, while the price ia so low as to bo within the reach of every one. Price, $4 each. For Bale only by J. W. SCHAEFER, CHINA, GLASS AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS, ROGER'S CUTLERY AND PLATED WARE, No. 1020 Seventh Street, above New York avenue, Je29-lm Washington, D.C. AT I . A o u KSffS r ?? 1 BBB A A U U M MM M BSSSa B B AAA U U M M M ? ? ^ BBB A A UU MUM B8SS8 m BATHING SUIT8 for Gentlemen from 65 cents up. BATHING SUIT8 for Ladles from $2.35 up. BATHING SUITS for Misses from 6 to 15 yean. i BATHING SUITS for Boys from 4 to 16 years. BATHING HATS AND CAPS from five cents up, BATHING SHOES for Ladle* Gentlemen and Children. BATHING TRUNKS for Gents and Boys, YACHTING AND BICYCLE 8HIRT8, YACHTING AND BICYCLE 8HIRT8. for Gents and Boys, at BBB A U U MM MM m .888. B B AA U U MM MM ? BBB A A U U M MM M 8SSSfi B B AAA UU M M M ? ? BBB A A UU M M M "ISSP ? Je23 416 SEVENTH STREET. baker's gold medal, paris. BAKER'S BAKER'S BAKER'S 1878. BAKER'S BAKER'S BAKER's WaraSnted absolutely pure BAKER'S Goooa, from which the OXBAKER'S turn of oil has bMa reBAKERI BAKERJ8 ^thf' jurch. Arrowroot or BAKER'S tto*ai<iand la therefore far ama eeonomicaL It is dsBBEAKFAST COCOA, 4iei?a, nourishing. BREAKFAST COCOA. etecOKiteiiing; easily <fil BREAKFAST COCOA. fcwiteiK and a dmTrs bty BREAKFAST COCOA, adaptel for invalids as BREAKFAST COCOA. walf-e? for persona im BREAKFAST COCOA, lastthkBREAKFAST COCOA. BREAKFAST COCOA. _ BREAKFA8T COCOA. >?I?nunnMsmi J slwa BREAKFAST COCOA. * breaifast socoai n w. baker a <xx, ? BREAKFA8T COCOA. ^ fl I Jfrchester, Maw. TuHN B. KELL\, " _ DealebnrPttsT-CLAss STO.LAMB.vffi^TTO^Ac. COBNZDlfflV Stalls 628. 62? and 630 Center Market, Mb atrwet win* ?nd 206 ana 208 Northern Liberty Market; or Adda? Box 71, City Post Office. _ Marketing delivered free ot dam 4a all parte of the city. muM AMUSEMENTS. rpheater comique?summer garden. mondaytjuly IT. Second Week of FANNY LUdLLK*S NAC-NAC CLODOCHE DASCEBS MISS ALICE JENNINGS. Cm Autfte Female Boxer of America. MISS ANNIE HART, and a great OUo Company, Twenty first-class atari. MATINEES TUESDAY. THCK6DAY AMD SATURDAY. I ? FRIDAY, JULY 21, , GRAND BENEFIT OF (.LARENCJ& R. LEONARD. Ore*teat Bill of the Season. Jri9 rfHE WASHINGTON SWIMMING SCHOOL JL Hew York avenue, between 13th and llttata. changing and kept at temperature of 80 to 86 degrees. _ Hour*: Gentlemen. 7 to 9a.m. and 2:30 to 10 n.m.; Ladies, 10 a.m. to 12 m. Guaranteed instruction in 8wimmlng, $5. Jyll-3m ABNER'S SUMMER HARDEN, E street, between 7 th and 8th streets. CONCERT EVERY EVENING By an Orchestra of FIFTEEN SELECTED MUSICIANS. Jel3 9m t\ river's summer night enterta1nMENT. THE bijou SUMMER GARDEN of WASHINGTON. SPECIALLY ADAPTED TO GARDEN PARTIES. An entire New Company this weak in a great bill. )e5 No. 620; on EXhTbITION (No.616 _ E > Aim RALT AT 1 E Street.' MARK It ITER'S, I Street No. 020 E street northwest, one door from 7th street, ( fcoioe Oil Feinting*. Engraving*. Cliromo*. etc.; also Large and <'hoicc Stock of Pai-erfasnginga, Picture Frames, Pictnre Cord tuid Tassel*. Riugi< Nails, etc.,at Msrkrtter's. Terms Cash. Free Art Oallcry. o!7 PICNICS, KXOUKSIUXS, <fcc. a nsdal excursion of thi FIFTH BAPTIST CHURCH, _ C. C. Miadoe. Pastor. To FORT WASHINGTON, On THCR8DAY. July 20th, 1&2. Steamer Corcoran will leave her wharf, foot of 7th at, ?10 ?.ni. ?nd 4 p.m.; returning at 3:30 and 9 p.m. Tickets, 25 cts. Committee of Arrangements?Jos.B. Bailey, 8. Howlaon, Frank P. Headlsy. It SATURDAY NIGHT EXCURSION ij xo NORFOLK, FOKTRE* 8 MONROE AND THE CAPES, On the popular nteamer GEORGE LEARY, From 7th street wharf, SATURDAY, JULY 22l>, AT 0 P. M. Returning, leave Norfolk at 4 p. m. Sunday. Arrive In Washington 6:30 a. ni. Monday. Prof. Cook's Brass Ban<3 accompanies the excursion. Steamer stops at Piney Point and Point Lookout going and returning. )y2#-4t CALT-WATER BATHING! O BOATING!! FAMILY EXCURSION, under the auspices of ANACOSTIA LODGli No 21. F. andX M.. ON THE 8TEAMEB JANL MOSELEY, TO LOWER CEDAR POINT, ? TUESDAY, July 25, 1882. Bojtf leaves Oth rt. wharf at 8.30 a.m. Tickets 60c.; children between the ages of 3 and 12 yean half price. Vc?*t? may be obtained of members of the lodge and at the boat on morning of excursion. Jy 19 6t j^ower cedar point"! (WASHINGTON'S CONEY I8LAND.) SELECT DAILY FAMILY EXCURSIONS. The palaoe steamer JANE MOSELEY will make Excursions to this popular resort, leaving1 wharf foot of th street DAILY, except Mondays, at 8:30 a. m. The management reserve the right to take up any tickets at boat and return money for same. Positively no improper characters allowed ou boat or grounds. Staterooms reserved for families. Salt-water Bathing, Fishing, Dancing on waxed floor, ftc. ftc., and a "Shore Dinner." Music by Prof. Pistono's Brass and 8tring Band. Tickets (round trip), 50 oeats; Children, 25 oenta. For further information apply at St Marc Hotel. far" Special arrangements made with societies, clubs, and other organizations. Jy 15-lm f^O, FOR~LE6NARDTO WN! Select Excursion of the"CHAPEL POINT CLUB to LEONARDTOWN, MD? on WEDNESDAY. Ja'y 26, 1882. The steamer Arrowmnith leaves 7tn street wharf at 8 a-m. charp. Tickets, limited to 600, $1. Brasa and string band. Dancing on the boat. Dinner W be had on the boat or at Moore's Hotel. Secure your tickets from any of the following cornmitt e:?T. A. Rover. D. Connell, B. Roth, J.H. Becker, D. C. McGivern, J. J. Fuller, A. B. Coppes. Jyl5-7t j 0. 0 f. DAY AND MOONLIGHT EXCURSION OK TH* LIBRARY ASSOCIATION OK TRK U.S. MAIL STEAMER KEYPORT, TO GLYMONT, _ THURSDAY, JUL$ 20TH. The steamer will leave 7th street wharf at 9 o'clock a. m.and 3 o'clock p.m. sharp. Tickets 50c. Children under 12 years 25c. Jyl6-4t ASTERN LODGE, I. O O R, Will give a Grand Family Excursion to LOWER CEDAR POINT, on next THURSDAY, JULY 20th. Salt water bathing, fishing, dancing, boatinz, ftc., and a ''shore dinner." Music by Prof. Putorio'-s Brass and String Band. The Boat leaves the wharf, foot of 6th street southywt at 8:3o a. m. Tickets 50 cents, to be had of membera of the Lodge. Jyl6-4t QUANTICO PAVILION^ GRAND EXCURSION RESORT. ? DELIGHTFUL SALTWATER BATHING. Boating, Fishing, Croquet, Shooting Gallery, Archery, Qnoits, Ac., fcc. IMMEN8E DANCING PAVTLLION. Prof. Cook's Brass ?nd Strin* Band. EVERY DAY, THE PALACE STEAMER KEYPORT, From 7tti-street wharf at 9 a.n.. and 3:00 p.m. k SUNDAY AT 3 P.M. ONLY. Round trip tickets, 50 cents. Children. 25 cents. Greatly reduced rates to churches, societies and others. Arrangements can be made to stop at any point on the river. Jyl4 THE POTOMAC FRUIT GROWERS 1MPEOVEMENT COMPANY Run daily excursions to Glymont on steamer Keyport, leaving 7th-street wharf at 9 a. m. and 3 p. m.. returning leave Glymont at 1 p.m. and 9 p.m. Fare, round-trip?50 cents; children under 12, 23 cents. Greatly reduced rates to societies and club3 can ha obtained of the Treasurer, J. Orviile Johnson, 469 Pennsylvania avenue northwest. Dn. S. A. H. McKIM, President. D*. E. P. HOWLAND, JylQ _ Secretary. OCCOQUAN FALLS AND MOUNT VERNON SPRINGS. 8TEAMER MARY WASHINGTON, Having been thoroughly overhauled and newly furnished, is running excursions to the above places. For Occoquan Falls, Sundays, Wednesdays and Frileaving 7th-street wharf Sundays at 9:30 a.m.: Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. m.. returning at 8 p. m. Tickets, 25 cents. Mount Vernon Springs, Saturdays. leaving 9 a.in., returning at 6 p.m. Tickets, 10 cents. Music on all trips except Sundays. No objectionable parties allowed on the boat. Jyl E. S. RANDALL, Proprietor. Ho! for great falls and cabin ? JOHN BRIDGE! 1 be Steamer Excelsior, canal packet, will make her 5?K51Jir.^1I5fl^Sl?,?boveP,,,ce9 m Monday, Wednesday, FRIDAY and SUNDAY, leaving her wharf, Congress street and Canal, at 8 o'clock a. m. sharp. Fare, to cents round trip. Can be chartered Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday. For information inquire at GRAY ft HILTON'S, Yo8 9th street, opposite Center Market, or G. W. WEBSTER, 1114 4th street northwest, Jyl-lm* gUNDAY EXCURSIONS. ^ ^ LADY OF THE LAKE *^' 30 p.m. Returning about 8 o'clock. No liquors sold on Boat. Fare, 60c.; Children half price. Je34-9m t 8 8 JH5J7S gBB, f" F** La U SITS D g. Tir a bio tumble in white pine lumber. as usual we are the first to reduce prices. white pine inch seconds dressed (8} sides, *40 per thousand. OUR INCH 8ECOND8 ARB AS GOOD AS MOST OTHER YARD SELECTS, AND MAY BR BETTER CALLED WHITE PINE CLEAR LUMBER, DRESSED TWO SIDES, FOR ft FEB ONE HUNDRED FEET. WILLET A LIBBEY, COR. 6TH AND NEW YORK AVENUE. JeS q.as cooking stoves, JOB SALE at the gaslight office, TENTH STREET. Jstt TO EST BLUE FLANNEL SUITS, flO AND fl2. fast colors; Boys'. fT and 99; QhBdmHk with duct pants, $8 and $6; Children's Linen Suits, 99; Office Coats, 40 and 60c.; Men's and Bagnf Straw Hat*, from 26c. upwards. The best SI School Shoe in the bity; Misses and Children's BHppen and N. P. Ttaa for maminatton. from 76c. up; oar J.O.W. Oaog. Gaitsr taA Low-cut Shoe^ for 11,60. J. W.WLBY. DRY GOODS. I AT COST ! " AT COST !? . tnarted down a& LIN F.N LAWNS to U eta. All LINEN LAWNS to 2ftc.. worth S7\?. Bast CANTON GINGHAMS reduoed to 10c. A rtaodJd Him of GRKNADINE8 of mart desirable styles reduced to cost All COLORED DRESS OOOD8 it eait. WHITE GOODS. Splendid stock. Lew prices. HCOIERY and UNDERWEAR. Lti|? stock. All at reauced pnosc. / Ail FANCY PARASOLS at cost _ 0 W? are compelled tontl irond? rt?tp to pr*p?r* for 1! removal to our bow rtt'rt now buiidiuc for ua, a few A doors west of oar preeeut location. F "ONE PRICE ONLY." * TBUNNEL * CLARK. fr18 803 MARKET SPACE. rXK&AT BARGAINS IN DRT GOODS. ? 2 100 riecee LAWN at 5c., reduced from 10c. .8.000yardsremnants WHITEOOTToNat Or., worth ISMo. 600 dozen TOWELS at 78c.. >1. $1. 50. f3 50 m dor. 465 all-linen BOATING SHIRTS, 50c. 20 dosen LINEN BOSOM SHIKfS. 80c., 75c.. fl. 600 PARASOLS at about hair price. c A k* <?fCbinr?? HEMP MATTING, twilled. 37*<c. DRESS GOODS of alt klnda at half price. ' Bar-raine in every kind of DKY GOODS to reduce k stock. GEO. 3. JOHNSON. fr!3 713 Market Space. ^HITB GOODS. < INDIA LINENS, PERSIAN LAWNS, NAINSOOKS. POLKA DOT 8WISSES, V EMBKOIDERED MUSLINS, LACE CHECKS AND STRIPES. ( TYLEB A CHEWNTNG, 1 MO ?1? 7T? STREET NORTHWEST. -yyB ABB NOW UNDEB BOOF. < < THE PLASTERERS AND CARPENTERS ARE AT WORK. We positively expect to open In the early Fall. Wc must prepare for removal. ] REDUCTION IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. All (roods reduced from 30 to 50 percent, We will not, shall not, dare not carry any old roods Into our new building. Our assortment is still complete, bat we shall bay no more goods to replenish oar present Stores, as we must dose out every department as near as possible. Goods on band when ready for removal will be sold at auction 1.000 pieces beautiful POLKA DOT and FIGURED 1 LAWNS at 5 cents, warranted test colors. r 900 pieces extra wide and line VICTORIA LAWN at 8 cents, reduoed from 15 oents. is Hi C, OOOyarda beautiful LACE BUNTING tn aQ the 1 eadin^; spring shades, and black at 10 cents per yard, reduced from 26 cents. _ t * 9,000 yards half wool CASHMERE, reduced to 10 ^ wala la all the new aliartas. ' I 250 pieces beautiful CANTON GINGHAMS, all of ' n this season's manufacture, reduced to 9 oents. These ^ have bgsn sold during the entire season by other mer- ^ chan#'it 15 cents, although our price has at no b been pttove 12% cents. v< ai A We have Just found In <mr Stock Room one case each c BLACK and COLORED LUPIN'S LACE BUNTING, all wool, which we shall offer at 21 cents, former prise . 50 cents. Also, 30 pieces more of those French all-wool -* BUNTINGS at 16 cents per yard, worth 37J< cents. 2,000 all-linen LAP COVERS, extra aim, in ten dif- ? ferent patterns, at 55 oeata, reauced from $1.25. , * I Every article in our store reduoed from 30 to 60 per r cent. I We must prepare for removal. , t! Do not consider this Idle talk. Every tafy In Wmtotegton knows the magnitude of car stock, which we ] can safety state is three times as large m the stock at any other merchant In thia dty. Therefore. ptepaie for Bargains! As by the time we mow into oar NEW t< HOUSE, we expect to reduce the stook to the smsTlnst In the city. The Goods are all fresh, having sent all oar * old trash to New York auction, to be told to the highest f' bidder. Call early in the morning to avoid the Immense tush. f t t: LANSBURGH 4 BBOTHEB, I ai 404 AND 406 SEVENTH STREET. JelT i QUB IMMENSE ASSOBTMENT r OF NEW AND BEAUTIFUL LAWNS, FIGURED T FRENCH LAWNS, FIGURED LINEN LAWN& F FIGURED AMERICAN LAWNS. F T^lweet assortment of Lawns in Washington. Par white all Linen Lawns only 25c. Colored Silk*, navy blue, dark grean and other eoi^Handsome Black Brocade Silks reduoed from SI. SO * w F' Nottingham Lace for curtains, IB, 30, Me. tofL Bleached Table Damask, all Unen. 60c. M F Dinner Napkins, aQ linen. 76c. dozen. ?"* *to m Black and Colored Cashmeres, pure wooL a?.?a. * width, S7H to 75c. ^ *' Nun's vwllne, pan wool. An pink.) 25c. Colored Cashmeres, tnpink andb&t blue, 50a. Nun's Veiling. (btae*)allp?i wool. 25c. CABTEB'S, F< >* 711 MARKET SPACE. F< IVf ATTINGS, MATTINGS, MATTINGS, ^ XH GREAT VARIETY OF STYLES. f< LOOSE COVERS teFornttom Cot and Made to order hr oar Philadel- F< phla Artist, Ta WINDOW I^CE CURTAINS AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS Tn Gnat Variety. tk CARPETS AT REDUCED PRICES. ** SINGLETON * HOBKB, J Ml MARKET SPACE. J ^UsrtjifcrlHUK 6MRI CUUMMimhn rrt > ...... ^ ... . , family supplies. _ .e" f rss" 5ss bm KKB T M H EKE *IM8 DDD A A? + NATURAL MINERAL WATER IX ULAM, < B. W. REED'S SONS, 1313 P STREET NORTHWEST. TRADE BUI PLIED. _** CATAWBA WINE. TWO YEAKS OLD? fl.00 -> GALLON. LD BLACKBERRY WINE ? .Mhottl* MPOKTED GINGER ALE I.Midow* MKKK'AS olNGER ALE 1.40 .town INKitLO WHISKIES 3 <? trails liMV AND NAM \\ HIsKY 1.00 U<Ua C. WITHER, Fnrr Okvcmh, 1913 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. ^OTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS! " 8COC FEB RRR ERE -WS, 0 E RRR S * ? KR KUR KB 888___ W FFK R R EBB SSRg TTTT FEE KRR L It N!f N OOO 8SS J E R R L II N N N O O ??^B I EK KRR L II N N N O 1 J* K R I. II N NN O OO ? bdd .3" k R UJL U N NN (iGG ?. KRR FF.K . I! A NN SlXVKKI RDRf# L II AA NN NO CR i RRR LB L II A A N N NO KB 2 S5w-.f?,r !! ^A N NNO ?R * rjJ? REEKLLLL11A AN NN OOt: RBBT i? rv??^ ? i?I,n BEB NN N O O O , &?* NN N r, O O ' D D RR N N N J R(l OOL DDRNNX t OGO OO LLIJ. DI>D ERB N NN H H II t. r, H H fl L L 1 HHH II L M B If L L M H II LUX ILIA ? WILL ALWAYS MAKE BEAUTIFUL ROLLS, I5ULAD AND BISCUITS. SWeaale Depot: Corner let street and Indiana traniM? WM. M. GALT A OO. ^LARETI CLARET! CLARET| We offer, w specialty, HREE BOTTLES TABLE CLARET FOR SI. OB 33.75 PER DOEEN. ^ HIGHFR OR A DBS OW /LAlkhT, wmch w uv offertiur m low tur\inw GEO. B. KENNEDY ft SON, "* No. 1209 F STREET NORTHWEST. WE ARE RECEIVING DAILY EXTRA BLUB OllASS MUTTOJL J RIME M ALL FED BEEP. SELECTED OYSTERS, _ GAME AND FRESUPI8H, ^Constantly on hand PHILADELPHIA CHICKENS AND TURKEY*. At Um BOSTON MARKET. LEON SCHELL A CO.. 1719 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. HOOSBFOttmBHDIOe. BRWWHfwwC JKIXYGLASe^*1"^' GiJroy?? Improved LACE CURTAIN STRETCHERS. GEO- WATTS. ^ ^ ft doon tbo^ I^nDi. av*?nn*. t09 wilm1rth 4 eduosstos7 FRUIT JARS, JELLY TUMBLER?. CREAM PREEZER8. (THE BEST MADE.) SIMPSON REFRIGERATORS. DECORATED DINNER SETS, fivmfi8up. DECORATED TOILET SETS. from $3.75 up, WILMAKTH A EDMONSTON, JFl * MARKET SPACE. gDDY REFR1G ERATO RS, "" WHITE MOUNTAIN PREEZERR OBCELAIN-LINED COOLERS, ICE PITCHERS, *0b' M. W. BEVERIDGE, iMFOlTtB OF CHIWA AJ*D *30 1009 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. railroads; LV)B RICHMONRBttPmOMUIRG AND THF KOfTTH OTOMAC BTEAMB^ >A^r^o* JJMPANY'8 8TEAMEB "rom 7th-rtre-t wbarf at ? a. in.'and S d.pi cr,nn?nt_ ionV ^!wi ?9? tmiiia aouUi. \ia tb<> Hich(U!^'mw?trii#v? ^ IBil I'otommc railroad. Two oura and a half l?y water. LL THE POIN/s OF INTF.RF8TON 1 HE RIVER r SEEM BY DAYLIGHT. lount >ernon, Fort* Foote and Wa?tiiiiirton Uni^d Araenal. Alexandria ami other n??t? d i lm<tm twinta ?r?.in?r 8..uth vmII find tnla m a^ll*rai* ride r?U 111 a relief irtrni tnc monotony at LL-RAIL TICKETS G<>OD BY BOAT, AND VIGR - Ai * f ltHA. Information aa to ticket*, raten. etc., can be had aft ompany'a office, 7th street wharf. w P MATTINGLY, Gen. Sopt " " WEW/H, AVelit. Jy || BALTIMORE A OHIO RAILROAD' ~ J THE MODEL FAST. AND THE < ?N'LY I 1MB BETWEEN THI F.AsT AND THE WEST VIA WASHINGTON.?DOI'BLE TRACK!* JANNKY COUPLER ! STEEL RAILS! bCUKDILE TO TAKE EFMCCr SUNDAY. MAY U1 MT, 1K?2. iSl ^i LLA\I? WASHINGTON. 2 85?Chica#ro, Cincinnati and St. Louis Faet Exnrwat i ralT.^ 0i,K'h",atI-st I^ui" "i"l Chi?S^ 1:00?Baltimore. Ellicott City and Way Station* P;I5?BALTIMORE EXPRESS * ftuuona. ,7 Ra'binorp. Annaiw>lin and Way (Piedmont Stra*. r^a^nisgsggg" ?? ??w> C-10?Point of Rockit and Way Station* "^'FtPilsKH IU?2IA,^^V YORK AND BOSTOX O .JyRBBB. Partor Caw to New York. # <eonnecta for Ha. an<l Point at Korku for Frederick > L0.40-PitUtrarir. Chicara Cincinnati and St Txral? Expreaa. sleeping Caia to Cincinnati and Chicairo. .M.?H.10?Baltimore. ElhcottClty. AinnapaUa. Wwl T:45?'.?n Sunday only for Baltimore and W??r. ^ 'iO?BALTIMORE EXPRESS. t^:S!hSm,I^more- and N. Y. Expreea. ?n<l * ay Btabona. (Winch<*ter. Fred. ?lok. H*ewtown and Way. ria Relay.) * f^upel KxPre"? 'EtwdLto?Potnt of W,, Frederick. Haravtown. WtnStation*. (On Sunday to Point at r ^ .Rocka and Way Station* only.) * BALI 1 MORE EXPRE88, (MarUnalinnr and i M S( Y**8Umaat HyatU>-llie auu LaureL) iStfcfe101 *?*fS^Way Stationa. J w? Baltimore and W ay Station*. ^vt'pt)' fLEVELAND and DETROIT a h]^fj >i ntr (.upw 1q Pitttibunr ^l^-RALTmORE EXPUKSS. ^" J-AL>EI.PHIA, NEW YORK and BO8TOB in la /? SU^uu* Cars to New York. 10:10?Cbtcairo, Cincinnati and St. Louie Expreaa. ., Sleepimr Car* to Cimmnati, St. Ixmi*and f hfnairo I1SO-BALTIMORE AND WAY 8TA1IONS Jsui?d*> i>uly. Other traina daily, except Sunday All train* from ^aahimrton ?toi> at Itiiiay sutlon. J?ffi8iaKJffcn?,?a p,>1> Baltimore an<| too Ticket ofhcea, Haahinirton Station. C19 and 1S61 amaylvania avenue, corner Mth street, where orders 10 " "Jd? WM rfvui-viuHj?SL' ?*T*aurrT ^?ront Balto. CLEMEN I K. liaster at 1 tana., Balto. myV rHE GREAT ~ ^ PENNSYLVANIA ROT7TR TO THE NORTH, WEST AND SOl'THWrnT OCBLE TRACE. KWJENDID SOKNKJIT TEEL RAIL8. M AGNIFICE NT Ey LIPME*xC IN tPFECT JULY 1?TH. llfef. kaiim LRATK WAKHIN?TON PBOM Station Gotna of 6t? aki? R t-Ta*jcTa, am FolZow* Or Plttahuiv and the e^CW^roLmnted Exim-a ias ?* .?Td3l? Line. > :J> a.?n, daily. with Sleepinv Can from grsffi ^?ss- c5.-srpil\~3 BAI.TIMORE AND l*OTOMAC RAILROAH orCanandahnia. Rochester, Buftalo, Nial"n^P:40a. p*lor c,r rr"'u HitH*T)ur?r Ui A\atkiijs. k:80 p.?. dally,exc?|>t Saturdahrna! P*tao" Cat* fr?ni Waalumrt >n to OanauwWlUiatnsport. Lock Haren. and Elmira. at 9 30 a. m. daily, e*eei.t Snndar * W * W?.m . 10:90a.m., 1:9ft. A*ii X ?^dl0:'J0 p.?. On Sunday 4 id 9-th i^riV0^?3 "5ExY^^iwi K? JP* ^30 a. m. eioept 8un?Uy ^roi?rt? traina connect at J?rwM? hwtlg* Brooklyn Annex, affordlt* direct transfer to Pulton street avoiding douhfi _ acroa* New York City. Dr ? 10 5,0 m- 1 :*?. 4:9a i^mi 10 ?? r m-..?u Suuilay 4:M, 9 50. ad 10:JO p.m. Luuited Lxitubs. 9:30 a.m. daily, axeet>t Sunday. ocBafamoreT?:40. B OO. ?:?. 10:30 a.m. and 1 M ?:? 4:40. ?:?. 7 30. 9 30. and 10 JO ""m. oi bunday B.OO. 9.30 a-iu.. 4.30, 6:20, 7.30t?;Ml and 10:30 p.m. ^ or Poi e'e CretSt Une, 6 40 a.m. and 4 :40 p.m. dail* except Sunday. ar Anna^olia, 6:40 a.m and 4:40 p.m. daily, tmeagk LEXANDHIA AND PRFDERlCKSBI'ltG lii TT [tadlboad. ALEXA>DR1A and wismnoto* * Alexandria, 6 30. 7:00. 9 20. 1100 and 11 a m ? ?? ??. ?0U and 11.30 p." On Sunday J8-3?. 3:30. 11:00 and II :2S a.m..and ? i> n *53r^ -fl B a^SgKe^MV information at tbe office, northeast eonMr fussy0^"*' MCK'8 ICE CREAM. WARRAKTED PCRi