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THE EVENING STAR. I
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LOCAL MEMION.
Tbe H pnthi>r.
OFETCK OF THE CHIEF ' lONAT. OFF'CER. )
W*?pr>?.TOv, D. May 23 ISrt, 9:30 v nf
For New England, the middle Atlantic, south
Atlantic an ! east srulf sti'es. warmer fair weather,
wind-* mostly southerly, stationary or lower p-ensure.
8PECIA1. BULLETIN?A HOT WAV* ffilllva
A considerable rise In t mperiture l-> lndlc itcd
!n the -oath Atlantic, middle Atlantic and N w
England st it> s; fair weather Is luulcated In the
Atlantic coast states on Saturday.
Wonders wii.i. Nkvfr Ck?sk.?The Enterprise
T?a Couipaay, corner 4tu and Pennsylvania av
Capitol il'ii. an* b-s in Oeatrr, Eastern. Northern
Liberty markets, have w.th that commendable
enterprise whi? h is ? hnracterlstlc of the proprietors,
reduced th- prices or t* as and c< frees, choice
teas, spring P\?r or runpowler to 50 cents; Java
crffee. 25c. per pound; Maracalbo. 30c. T> a and
toilet sets, owls, bridal vases and crockery given
away to customer-, to advertise pure goods. Call
eiriy and avo:d the rush. Established 1ST5.
O'Donnell <s Bra
Fresh Meats Down Again.
Choice rib roasts 15c,
Good ronsts 10 anil 12 ^c.
Round steak P2kc.
Sirloin steak jje.
Soup meats 6 and So.
Limb and mutton 12)tf and 15c.
Veal and all other m^ats In proportion.
Come every tody to Nos. 521,522 and 523 9th-street
wyig Center Market. Marketing delivered.
<jr. Killeen.
Jcst Received, a new lot or
Children's spring-heel boots, 60c.
Ladles' button boots, 9Kc.
Laules* lasting slippers, 29>\
Men's English walking shoes, 96c.
Men's low anoes, 96c.
Family Shoe Store,
3W5-3U8 7th street
AnntT ten o'clock last night a lamp exploded In
the residence of Mr. George Donaldson, No. 31 P
street northeast. The Ore was extinguished by
the Inmates. Damage, about f 15.
Saturday Bargains at Ilahn's, 816 7th Btreet
and 1928 Pennsylvania avenue: Those ladles'fine
kid and foxed button, $1.50; ladles' flne handsewed
low shoes, f 1.26; ndsses' and children's line
Slippers, ?5c.; odds and ends, heeled sandal ? and
ties, 25c.; misses* and children's kid button, 75c.
and tl; gentlemen's and boys' One shoes*
B. B. B. & G.
Blue, Black, Brown, and Green
Scree sutt?,
worth f 16,
for $11.25,
All sizes.
At L?w Newmyer?only,
731 7th st. xl w.,
3 doors from 1L
At>pison Pennell was fined $20 in the Police
Court to-day lor keeping his bar open on Suuday.
Ttpk Writing, 916 F street.
Can any other saloon In the country show such
variety or creams and Ices as Fusscll keeps?
Vanilla, Banana, Lemon Ice.
Chocolate, Pistachio. Orange Ice.
Lemon, strawoerry, Raspberry Icet
Rainbow, (in bars.)
Gt.OYES. Olf'VFS.?
81 Ik and Us:-, 58c.
G.iuz?- lisle, 25c.
French woven corsets, fi.
Ladies' gimz vests. 25c.
Superior <|u llfv, -18c.
Children's yatiz* vests IS 20 and 25".
Mrs. Max Vvkyl, Agt,712 7th street
'Bridge of sions," with crowds, and Bridge of
81 w in proponIons, Is Brooklyn's. The slaes and
Eroportlons of I'nlcorn Shirts are perfect, (nosighs
ere.) Cochrane'^ uptown.
Gauze Underwear for ladles', gents' and children,
from 15.. up, at C'l irk's, 732 7lh st n.w.
FrssEix's Ics Cream shipped anvwhere out of
Special ttf itfdwbc'ffv
Sharpless' Ice Cream.
Fresii Meat-". ?porter-house, 180.; sirloin. 17c.;
round, 13c.; llvf-r, 8c.; cuolce rib roast, 15c. I
handle nothing but city killed meats. F. p.
Hughes' markets, corner or 8th and N and S23 -7ih
Btreet northwest
Fcssell's Ice Cream.
Excellent Drip Coffee with French rolls and
butler at sharphss", 41'J 7tn street
Ffrs received on storage and insured airnlnst
damage by moths or tlr*, at StlaeiueU <? Sou's,
1237 Pennsylvania avenue.
Lakge?t Stock of ladles' anl Gent's low shocsln
the city, iroiu 9^c. up, at Family Shoo Store, 306 Ub
7th st net.
For Fkfsii Meats go to >taln 21 and 22 Western
market, from t>c. to 15c. Geo. Killeen.
Tiie Illumination cf the Brooklyn bridge don't
begin to e? nip .re with the smile that Illuminates
your boy's countenance when you buy him one of
those f 1.90 sailor suits, worth $3, or your bigger
boy a $4 oUit, worth |7, oi Lew Newmyer,
734 7th st. n. w.,
3 doors from II.
We bate suree' led In getting a few more decorated
mirrors, which we Will give to purchasers
to-morrow.
Mrs. Max Win. Acrf., 712 7th street
Jersey Sir.* and Lisle Gloves, from 25c. a pair
lp, ut Clark's, 732 7th st. n.w.
J he Weekly star, a large double paper of flftytli
columns, will be sent postpaid iOi ono doLur a
liar. Iry It
Strictly prre Ligcons for medicinal and
tamhy use: Aillngion whisky $4pergaL. Slut
buttle. McGc*' . corner 9tii and D sts. n.w.
CITY AND DISTRICT.
fondenwd I.ocnN.
Street 1 .mps win be lighted at 7:40 p.m., and extlngul-he
l :t 11:15 p.m.
the weekly mar, a la rire double paper of firtyslx
column-, will be sent postpaid lor one dollar a
year. Try it.
Burglar-entere 1 thepr-mlses Of Mr. A. B. Reyes,
No. 1I>25 llih Mreet northwest, Wednesday night,
and stole .t qu;'itl?y of silverware. The same
nlw'ht thieve entered the dwelling of P. \\. Low \ '
8310 P stn et, nut ,>tole tue family marketing and
a uuantl'y or coaL
The wcl'-knuwn tenor, Mr. E. P. Whipple, left
Sunday night lor Little Uock. Ark., to take part in
the musical lestivai of the Choral Society of that
city.
.1. Shilling-ton sends St. Nicholas for June,
"iesteruay afternoon the First N Clonal bank, of
N-w York city, by Mr. E T tten, li:?d a bill In
equity gt. the D strict for a discovery and account,
grow iiig ? ut of the Nau >nce of tax lieu and
oti ?-r Lvi Jttl ie- uhlch are h id Lv the b mk.
About 2:^). ', lo- k, p. in., on the 22d Instant, a
colore l w in in name dAun i M itn'-y.about ?0 vears
oj.i, dlt-d-u ?.i>my at h* r h>>me In alley betwe<'n
fcoii nnu 28'h ?r:<i I and K str- ets northwest. The
C? ro*e r ua- n tin d and held a post inortQ:n exHLnua.l
li, and gave a certihcate from runtuie of
bloinl V- -?-el.s.
Abou: 11 oVIock, yesterd y. Coroner Patter-on,
'id a pos- m >rt< m examination on the body of
J?icxlemi:s King, the colon d man whose sud ten
d atn wvs mentioned In The Star, and gave accrtLle.it'
of i.^.it . iroiu c )ii,e~t on uf the lung&
A } onrg m iti, yarned John M. Mai r.was charged
b\ Ids aged f.iili.-r, John H. Marr, In the Police
Court this :aorning. witu making threats or p^rs.jnnl
vi- i nee to htm. The son was commuted
for ?) d.\)a in d? fault of $300 bonds.
A mulatto girl, named M .ry Holly, was flnM |5
by Judg - sr.?:i this in.Tiung for being disorderly
on th" -trf?-rf hr.d w;>< n s!;e wos ordere>l to retire
to tin do k, she slammed the door, and was called
Kick, ,.n i lv r ft i w :g increased J5.
M.uy K. A en, a colored woman, pleaded guilty
b? fur- th" Pi ilc* i'ouit this morning to stealing a
$10 note jrom Jane McMillan, and was sentenced
to W <lays In JaiL
'i he ease o: J ck Weston, tlie river captain, who
s rou.^ly i's aiilted a colored man, Alexander
Bp. der. l > bfcoklng his arm with a stick of wood,
w I-. c. lied m the Police i ourt to-a.iy. ard went
ov- r until next W?sln< slay under $100 coliateraL
Jam s Cirrlco. of .Na 1319 yjUi street, while
test.fylng ;n bev ra'. Sunday bar cases In the Police
lo.:rr tiv l; y. -t t"il ta.ahe was trying to break
r' le ^Use they had gotten about
liu.ux) or h.s moii'-y.
*1 (1>ior?"* i"t" d Win. Tyler. was fined $5
cl rt4n *S biu:ll lor fcicailu# a pair
k.?atf? nf ii w ard University Law Sciiool.
Tl." II'"* a- . 1 iil\ r uy 1 w school will graduate
1- u-i h "n^V1 wr,n"ls al lil? Congregational
Cu^.Lh mxt Monuay even.ng: JaS. I> an, FloridaJb
crt J. Suit! h, U a hlngtoL, I). C.; Jas. F. Carle
NV>v \or<?; J. ? o'? G. Ilutehlas, Georgia; Louise
V Bryant, Co:orulo; Mary A. a Cary, Michigan.
Tl.e 1 -st gra? u .ics arc: himna M. Gillett. Pennsylvania;
H iiryS. Biker, Mississippi; Lawrence
O. P ?s. y, sou'a Caroltn 1: Ruth G. D. Uaveus.
Couuccticui; K ubcn S. Smith, Florida.
Mot'fiv and A.ntlqre FrKNITrRB at ArtTON.w
lu r B. Williams & Co.. auctioneers, will sell
wst dii aalrsrooui to-morrow morning, at 11 o'clk,
rare and v lu .bie pieces of aatique lurnitaru See
advertisement
Washington Fisn Market.? Sold by R. A. Gol?o-j.,y:
600 sh.td, from $20 to $27 per
taiid! ' S,UU? ULrrlu^' Irom 10 S12 per thou
*rl?v* ,2^ *T. ExfrR.-i0n.-Tlckets are selling
,s trd>oa Dei:oratlon day. Mrs. L:ps111
,10.r, ' nilre school have purchased seats,
several > street banke rs Intend going.
Ucen?v?i have
url ii 1 J by ttic clerk of tho court to F n p ,d
too and Helen M J"fTem; Senj! R ThorS> ^kd
Ida Goddard; Win. Fran and li. Young.
Romiruisg l ursuAL?A Xlllphone concert will
be renden d ty the Y. M. C. A. orchestra thl"evTn:
tog, at the Congregational Church. This new and
beaut 11 al form of music, although quite oooular
la other cities, has not been produced In any defree
of perfection be/ore In Washington. ???/< it
9rom?aca a treat tor all loveis of music
MT -
I The Southern Tfemorlal Amoclation.
' vJKrn NO TO-DAY- APPROPRIATION FOR REMOVING
R d:k< op rovPFi?n?i.,.T8 SOLDIKKS?NO D ECO ratios
OF (iKWKS THIS TKAR.
A meeting of the Southern Memorial assoclaf
ton was hold at the board of trade rooms
at noon to-day, wbleh was called to order by the
president, Dr. A. Y. P. Oarnett, with H. W. Garnet
secretary. A resolution was adopted appropriating
the money In the treasury for the use of
the North Carolina association In removing the
bodies of the confederate soldiers of North CaroUna
at Arlington to their native state. The asso<1
itlon th' n adjourned, and a special meeting was
h' lil, with Mr. John W. Drew in the chair, to take
action In regard to the death of Dr. Ashford. Appropriate
resolutions vrere reported by a committee
corseting of Dr. Gamett, Win. Harmon and
W. 1?. Clarke, which .were adopted. Dr. Garnett
paid i warm tribute to the life and character of
ih>* d -cf sed. Tue meeting then adjourned.
The association will not decorate the graves this
year, owing to the fact that but few of the bo lies
or comcderate soldiers now rem iln at Arlington.
The Wayland Seminary.
A DIVISION AMONG THE ALUMNI?JWO MEETINGS
AND TWO ELECTIONS.
Owing to a division among the alumni of the
Wayland Seminary two alumni meetings were
held last night, one at the 19:h street Baptist
Church and the other at the Seminary building.
Tli^ faction that met at tbe 19th street Baptist
Church last nlsrht held a' business meeting Wednesday
evening, and elected the following officers:
R. H. Porter, president; E. Duncan,v ice president;
Miss Murgarrt Washington, treasurer; J. W. Garris,
recording secretary; P. W. Pulley, corresponding
secretary. A resolution was adopted declaring
that the principal of the seminary had trampled
upon their sacred rights, and had maltreated, beyond
endurance, students, undergraduates, and
even members of the alumni; that the assault upon
Miss Mary E Williams, which resulted in the arrest
oi the principal, was but the culmination of
a long series of abuses and Insults, and that
therefore they would not meet at Wayland so long
a-, that Institution Is under its present administration.
The a sault referred to unon Miss Williams
occurred In the month of February, 18A2,
wti?*n. It Is alleged, the principal ordered Miss
Williams to explain to her teacher what appeared
to be an act or dlsrespect,and, she having declined
to go, h^ seized her and forced her back Into his
room. It was claimed by Miss Williams and her
friends that he used her very roughly. The disaffected
alumni held annual exercises last evening
at the I9th-Street Baptist Church. A line program
of musical nnd literary exercises was
offered, and after they were concluded the memhere
uad a supper at Wayland halL
There was also an alumni association meeting
at the Seminary building last evening. At the
business meeting the Rev. E. H. Bolden.of Portsmouth,
Va., was re-elected president; \V. F. Graham
was elected vice president; Samuel Jackson,
corresponding secretary: Charles B. Williams,
recording secretary; Rev. W. B. Johnson, treasurer,
ana Hon. E. A. Randolph, Rev. Harvey Johnson
and Rev. Wm. M. Alexander, executive committee.
After the business meeting adjourned
there were literary exercises In the Seminary halL
It was stated by those connected with the seminary
that the present trouble had been raised by
Mr. Storum because the trustees had not re-appointed
him to a professorship.
The Cases of Strong against the District.?
Yesterday arternoon Judge MacArthur, In the
Circuit Court, made an order referring the cases
of Samuel Strong against the District of Columbia.
The claims of Mr. Strong amount to about
$250 OX), for work done on the sewers and in underpinning
property In Georgetown, made necessary
by the change or grade of Bridge street under the
old board of public works, anJ the suits have been
pending several yars. Negotiations have been In
progress for somo time looking to arbitration, nnd
various parties had been suggested as referees,
and both sides having agreed on the names of
Halbert E. Payne and W. Penn Clark, well-known
members of the b.-ir. and Mr. Edward Clarke,
architect of the U. S. Capitol, the court yesterday
made the ord<yr. The District, In agreeing to the
reference, reserves the right of exception aud appeal.
Eastox?Jffferis.?Waugh M. E. Church was
crowded last evening on the occasion of the marriage
of Miss Helen M. Jeff- rls, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Johu P. J< fferls. and Mr. Edward D.
Easfon, the stenographer. The bride is a member
of Waugh Church, and has been organist there
?q: a nmnt?>r o[ ve$p. Tjtt CtTCIilOIiy WHS Performed
by Rev. Mortimer T. Jefferis, an Episcopal
clergyman or New York?an uncle or tlie bride,
lie was assisted by Rev. Wllford Downs, pastor of
the church. The ushers were Mr. Geo. Lunney,
formerly of this city, but now a resident of Philadelphia:
Win. S. Nicholson, R. V. La Dow and
Frank J. Woodman. Prof. Lang officiated at the
organ. After the service Mr. and mA Kaston left
for a short honeymoon trip to incw York. At t lie
close of the star route trial, in which Mr. Easton
Is engaged as stenographer, they will make u trly
to Europe.
The SI7NPAY Law in the County.?In the Police
Court this morning Samuel T. Shreve. a druggist
in Uniontown, was put. on trial for violating
tlie Sunday law in tae county by selling cigars
and sola water. Mr. John E. Norris, for tiie defendant,
said that the law under which the cas-5
was prosecuted was enacted by the Levy Court,
wi;!en Is not now In existence, and there Is no distinction
noT? J:?'ween the county of Washington
and the city or vVKirhlneton. and It Is tlie universal
practice of drug stoioJ ln the city to sell cigars
and soda water on Suudaj*, a..3 fhis Is a law ihat
should not be enforced. " I will further, your
honor," continund Mr. Norris, "but nOT ..Ifenslvely
at all, tiiat this law is simply puritaflHCj.'
" We have b^en endeavoring for some years," replied
Judge Snell, "to tret rid of these difficulties,
and to have Washington, Georgetown and the
county governed by a code that would make all
sections harmonize; but as long as the Levy
Court laws exist tiiey will have to be enrorced."
Mr. Norris said they did not deny the ract ol the
selling, and the court said he would have to Impose
the lowest fine. Tlie case was, however,
Qna'.iy left open for further argument.
TnK Election in Falls Cnrucn, Va.?The following
were elected to ti.e town council here yesterd
.y: Almond Birch, E i. J. birch, (present
mayor), Levi Parker, Dr. J. B. Gardner. Dr. J. J.
Moran, Clark Crossman nnd Fred. F. Foot, four
republican and three democrats; one colored man.
Tiie Ciiiff End of Woman.?There Is a qu?ry
and an answer in a very old book to this effect, j
What Is the chief end of woman? Answer:
Woman's chief end Is to comfort and ble>s man,
and keep their boys dressed In the best of clothes.
This gives to them the true motherly happiness
that makes home a bles=lng. Ail the mothers In
tlie city, thev say. buy their boys clothes at B.
Robinson fz Co's., 919 Pennsylvania avenue.
Baldness may be avo*df.d by tiif. u-f.of
Hall's Hair Rer.ewer. which prevents the falling
out of the hair : nd >timulat * It to renewed growth aud
lux iriasice. It also restores fa-led or gray hair to its
orarinal d-rk color, aud radically cure3 nearly every
disease of the frcalp.
H
VYEK'S SAHRAPARIf.LA HAS SUCH CONCENtrato.i,
curative power, that it is by far the I test,
cheapest, and surest bioou-purifier known. lui*
PURE SILK BLACK BltOCADF GRENADINES,
(actual value $i .50), reduced to 75e.
PIN HEAD CHECK sli.Ks (actual value 76c.) reduced
to 30c.
NUN'S VEI LING*. all pure Wool, (widest dono'e width
42 ^ inches wide), actual vaiuo 62c.. r. dated to
BI.ACK BROCADE GRENADINES, nearly all pure
silk (actual value $1), reduced to 50c
COLORED CASHMERES, Electric Blue and Strawberry,
double width. 25cNUN'S
\ EILiNu, hue quality, reduced from 25c. to
2oc.
CHEAPEST SILKS IN WASHINGTON.
Silks 37c., Silks 50c., Si'ks 62c. Colored Silks, heavy
?ir<* Orain. reduced from $1.25 to $1.
Black SILKS, heavy Groe Grain, reduced from $1.25 to
fl.
Black SILKS. Satin finish, heavy Gros Grain, very
fine Quality, reduced from #1.60 to # 1.25.
Black SILKs, sublin e quality, caxliuiere finish, heavy
Gro*> Grain, actual y worth $2. reduc ed to $1.50.
Colored >II.KS. Green, Navy Blue. Bronze, Steel and
Garnet, 5"c.
Black Sil k 1 HAD AMES and Black SILK SURAH,
xtrs widewidth, reduced from $1.25 to$l.
Colored sI'HAH SILKS. e\ery color, including Electric
Rlu#* and strawberry.
Fancy ? llKi K SURAli SILRs reduced from$1 to 62c.
11-ached Table DAMASK, alijrbUy aoUed, real value
75<\, re?luc? d to f>oc.
Beautitul prin* DRESS GOODS reduced from 25c.
down to 15c.
Black Caaiiniero SHAWLS, all pure Wool, $2.
CABTER'a
my18 711 MARKET SPACtt.
Wuite Goods Of All Descriptions.
LARGE AND COMPLETE S rOCK. AND PRICES TO
MEET 1HE VIEWS OF ALL.
INDIA LINENS,
12Vf ct*., 15 cts.. 18 cts.. 20 cts. 25 cts.
PERSIAN I.AWNS, 25. 31, 37 ct?.
SWISS MUSLINS in all styles.
PlQCEs WELT AND FANCY, 12V, 15. 18. 00. 25 eta.
FRENCH OROAND1ES AND BISHOP LAWNS.
FRENCH NAINSOOKS. Lijfht aud Modiuw,
VICTORIA LAWNS. 12. 15. 18, 20 cts..
Etc., Etc., Etc.. Etc., ?tc.
SPRING DRESS GOODS.
NUN'S Yrn.lNG. new colors?Electric Blue, Crumbed
Strawberry, Pink, Cream, Lhtht Blue and Bbick,
25 cts., 37 cts., 60 cts.
SUMMER SILKS, 50 cts.. 62 cts., 75ct?.
CICOS GRAIN DRESS Sll.K , all colors, $1.
SILK GRENADINES, plsiu and damage,75c.,$1,$1.25
BROCADE SILKS all colors.
PARASOLS. ?1, $1.25, $!.??. $1.75, $2, $2.50.
UNION LINEN LAWNS, 8 cts.
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
In ail widths. 4-4. 5-4, 6-4, 8-4, from : 7 cents.
MATTING. Wbite aud Fancy, all styles.
2-PLY CA HPETS at wholesale Prices.
CLOILS for Men aud Boy'a wear, 25c., 37c. andCOc.
O. M. TOWSON.
636 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, South bide, near 7th.
wyW
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Don't Cot Dawn ObwrrRtorf Hill.
To the Editor of Tn Etxninq Stab:
I see by the papers that It Is proposed to cut
down Observatory bill tor tbe purpose of Ailing
up tbe Potomac flats. A strong protest, Mr.
Editor, ought to be raised against such a proceeding,
and I hope that the local press and Influential
citizens will oome to tbe rescue. Observatory
hill, clothed with verdure and shrubbery, Is even
now an attractive point, particularly as viewed
from tbe wat^r and the Long bridge, but since a
Gand riverside park is in contemplation, it would
positive vandalism to level It. It should by all
means be preserved as a picturesque point, and in
fact be made the feature of the new park, whence
visitors, on foot or in carriages, may enjoy a vlow
or our garden city and the river. What the
Pinclan hill is for Rome this hill, crowned with
statues and a Belvldere. could be mode tor Washington.
Will not the editor of Thk Star exert
his influence, while it Is yet time, to avert t he impending
act of folly? P. L. 8.
Av Ivjcxction Aoatnst Skcrktaby FrkmvgnrvPEN
Refcskd.?Yesterday, In the Equity Court,
Judge James made a decree in tlie c.ise or Euiily
L. B.irbler against Secretary Frelinghuysen and
Hummaker, discharging the restraining order
and denying the Injunction. The bill asked an injunction
to prevent an installment or an a wird
made by tbe Mexican mixed commission being
paid until a claim she held against claimants was
satisfied.
Base Ball Yestkrpat.?The Georgetown College
club defeated thn Kendalls by a score of 15 to
0. At Baltimore?Baltimore, 4; Allegheny, 16. At
Cincinnati?Cincinnati, 10; Columbia, 8. At St.
Louis?St. Louis, fi; Eclipse, 4. At chlcago?Chicago,
5; Providence, 9. At Detroit?Detroit,, 5; Boston,
1. At Cleveland?Cleveland, 1; New York, 0.
At Pottsvllle ? Champlonshlp. Anthracite, 19;
Trenton, 1&. At Buffalo?Buffilo, 8; Philadelphia,
4. At New York?Athletics, 10; Metropolitan,
2.
The Courts*
Court in General Term.
Yesterday, Jones agt? Taylor; Judgment below
affirmed. Ex-parte Capitol and North O street
railroad company; set tor Tuesday.
Circuit CorRT?Judge Mac Arthur.
Yesterday, Colladay & Co., agL Adler; verdict
for defendant. Gordon agt. Foertch ct al.; verdict
for defendant. United States agt. Ilowgate;
ludgment by default and Judgment of condemnation.
Strong agt. District of Columbia; referred
to William Penn Clark, Holbert E. Payne and Edward
dark.
Equity Court? Judge Jame*.
Yesterday, Barbler agt. Frelinsliuysen; Injunction
denied and restraining order discharged.
Shoemaker agt. Campbell; sale ordered, &e.
Oertley agt. Oertley; do. Thompson agt. Arnold;
sale ratified nisi. Yeabower agt. Kengla; do.
Ll^ut. Steele, of FortMaglnnlss, eapt'ir^d a band
of fifty-two Indians under the Cree chief Tabor.
The Indians have been started for Fort As.-dnlbolne,
and will he driven back to Canada.
Ridgway Refrigerator.
It solves the difficult problem of Perfect Refrigeration.
ft dries and purifies Itself while in use by au Automatic
Circulation of Air.
It dispenses with metal lining:, so objectionable because
of labor necessary to keep it clean.
MEk, Putter, Meats, Fish, Fruit, etc., can be kept in
this Refrigerator at same time without imparting the
flavor of cither to the others.
Is much more economical in consumption of Ice than
any other Refrigerator.
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SATISFACTION GUARANTEED,
J. W. SCITAEFER, SOLE AOENT,
myl5 1020 7th street northwest.
\ EL ATI.
IMPORTED PURE OI-IVE OIL ON DRAUGHT.
Also, ITALIAN MACCARONI,
620 9tli street and 1339 Pennsylvania avenue northwest.
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Jewelry Advertisement jN"o. 1#
We have always kept the largest etocli of Rolled Gold
Plate Jewelry in the city, and our reputation in this line
is so well established that it is hardly necessary to advertise
how lar/e an assortment we keep, yet we have so
many new and handsome things that we must tell you
about them. Let us take the Bracelets first:
Rubber Banirle Brac-let* at 10, 19 and 25c.
Keal Whitby Jet liracelets, 75, <J9, $1.50 and '1.99.
Sliver Plated Bauble 11 race Jet* at 19, 25 ani 49e.
Celluloid Red Bracelets lor children and ladies'. 15, 25.
39 alld 49c. '
Electro Plated Emrraved Bracelet", flflc.. $1.19.
Rolled Gold Plated Bracelets, >1.79. $1.98 and ?2.4i.
l'latod Enamel J-.ngraved Bracoieia from
JS.98 to fG.
Roiled I'iato Bangle Bracelets from $1.93.
Our Fine Th'ne Pebble Jewelry is equal to the prettiest
d'.amond jewelij"? We iffer?
Rhine Pebbo Earrings ils eohd gold at 99, $1.49 and
$ 1.98.
Rhine Pebble Karriue-s in solid silver at $1.49 to $2 49.
Rhine Pebble Lace Pins In best rolled gold plate at 99,
$1. 25, $1.49. $1 98.
Rhine Pebble I.Hce I*ins in solid silver, $1.99.
New designs constantly arriving.
In Rolled Gold Piato Earrings we carry a very largo
as-ortn.eut *n the iatest pattern-? Etruscan, bright or
dead gold, set or enameled. 99c. to $1.49. They have
tr.v.d wires and will not injure the car.
<>ur Uolled Gold Plate Lace 1 in* are elegant in design,
of superior workmanship ai.d equal in appearance ana
wear to solid xold. Tlie variety is immense and wo sell
them at 99c.. $1.25 and $1.49, only about one half of
their ical value.
Next week we shall continue our jewelry advertisement.
Look out fur it.
SILVERBERG'S,
332 7th and 313 8th street northwest,
niy2l NearTa. p.ve.
Summer Styles in IIats.
our stociTcomplete.
DUNLAP'S NEW YORK IIATS IN PEARL AND
to i RAW IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
WILLETT & RUOFF'S,
my4-lm 905 Pennsylvania Avenue.
'A he (Concord Harness.
Get the Bent.
LU'iZ & LUO..
A (rents for the sale of "Tbe Concord Harness" of all
kinds f-nd descriptions. Coupe, Carnage and Road
.Harness a specialty.
Have opened to-day another very large stock of the
celebrated Concord Harass and Collars, which we
orter at very low prices. Every genuine Coucoid Harness
:s stamped with maker's name and trade mark
'lruuks, Satchels, &c.. In great Variety at bottom
prices.
LCTZ & BRO.,
4t?7 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
al'13 Adjolnimr National Hotel.
A K" ew Enterprise.
BP.ANCH OF GROGAN'S GREAT BALTIMORE
INSTALLMENT HOUSE.
923 7TH STREET NORTHWEST.
FURNITURE. CARPF.TS. MATTINGS. ,tc.. SOLD
ON WEEKLY AND MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
THE EASIEST TERMS EVER OFFERED IV
Washington.
GOOD ARTICLES. LOW PRICES AND LIBERAL
1 llimb at
GROGAN'S
Installment Furniture and Carpet House,
myl -1m* 923 7th street northwest.
Having Secured the Agency
ov
THE ALASKA REFRIGERATOR
FOR TH.1 DISTRICT, WE INVITE THE PUBLIC
TO EXAMINE IT BEFORE PURCHASING, AS WE
BELIEVE IT TO BE THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
REIRIGERATOR IN THE MARKET.
SINGLETON & HOEKE,
ttyl 801 MARKET SPACE.
Gas Cooking Stover
TOR SALE
AT THE GASLIGHT OFFICER
TENTH STREET. . JeM
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R ROOYYAAL Wood. China. Leather
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? S as adamant! FIRM AS
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toughest and most elas/iGO
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arabe! No HEATING!
No Prer>arahon?Always Ready?Always LIQUID!
Mends Marble. Stone. Patches on Leather and Rubber
Goods, Bric-a-brac, Jewelry, Metals, Billiard Cue Tips
and Clotb, Card Boord in Scrap Books, t.eather Belting,
ornaments of every kind, Book Backs, Earthenware and
everything clsowith everlasting inseperable tenacity!'
Manufacturers of Gummed Labels. Textile Fabrics.
Fme Ca riage and Pianos and Cabinet Makers, scroll
toawyers, he., supplied by gallon or barrel.
-.29,C!*' bJ* Port-yaid. 10c. extra.
Mailed onTy by tin manufacturers.
J. U. O'MEARA k CO.. J::*7 Pa. av.. Washington,D.C.
Live Agents wanted everywhere. Hold by Druggists,
Grocers, Stationers, Hardware and general stores.
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This powder n?ver varies. A marvel of rurity,
strength, and wholesomeness. More economical than
tne ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In competition
with the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or
phosphate powders. S&ld only in cans. Royal Baking
Powdeb Co.. 106 Wall street, N. Y. ap6
jN"ew Clothing House.
ROBINSON, PARKER & CO.,
* 819. s. E. Cok. 7th aud D sTS.
PERFECT FITTING GARMENTS.
ELEGANT AND BEAUTIFUL IN STYLE.
ARTISTIC IN CUT AND FINISH.
THOROUGHLY AND NEATLY SEWED.
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A FCLL LINE OF CLERICAL SUITS,
robinson, parker Jfc CO.,
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS.
ap28 819.S.F. Cor. 7thand DSta.
Inducements Extraordinary.
king's talace,
814 SEVENTH STREET.
Fresh arrivals of all the
LATEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE STYLES.
Great bargains in
HATS AND BONNETS, ELEGANT FRENCH
FLOWOJIS AND PLUMES.
BEADED LACES AND CROWNS at half their value.
Special inducements in RIBBONS AND SPANISH
LACE3.
150.000 WORTH OF MILLINERY GOODS to be
slaughtered.
CHILDREN'S AND LADIES' DRESSES at 60 cents
ou the dollar.
DO NOT FAIL TO CALL EARLY TO AVOID THE
RUSH.
DON'T PURCHASE UNTIL YOU HAVE ASCER- i
TAIN ED OUR PRICE*. J
king's palace,
my" 814 SEVENTH SIRF.ET. i
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Travelers' Guide. 2
TRUNKS! TRUNKS! TRUNKS! 1
"We are now prepared to show one of the largest and .
best assorted stocks of TRLNKafor Ladles and Gentlemen
at very low prices, <
Large size PACKING TRUNK^ good and strong, j
$1.25. 1
Largest step, only fl.76. i
Large size, with Trays, only SI. 50.
Very ltiigo size, only 52. <
Strong Zinc-covert-d TRUNKS, at *2.75. \
TRUNKS up to $15, guaranteed cheap. j
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SATCHELS! SATCHELS! SATCHELS!
We have an elegant assortment of TRAVELING SATCHELS
for Ladies and Gentlemen at Bottom
Prices.
Linen-covered SATCHELS from 75 cents up.
Leather-covered SATCHELS at 75 cents j very <
large ones, $1.25, $1.35. All-Leather
SATCHELS at Bottom Figures.
HAMMOCKS! HAMMOCKS!
For children and grown peonle, from 75 cents up.
MEXICAN HAMMOCKS, HAMMOCKS with Pillows
and stretchers.
ltopcs. Hooks, Stretchers and Pillows sold separate. J
PARASOLS! SUN UMBRELLAS! ;
COACHING PARASOLS from $1.50 up.
Gtnt'8 bILK UMBRELLAS. $1.1-0. !
RUSH BAGS, large sizes, only 5 cents.
Shopping and Lunch BASKETS.
CROQUET SETS at all prices, at
BAUil'9,
416 7xh street.
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S#RYLAND CLUB. $6 per gallon. *
MONTICELLO '77, $6 per gallon.
ROYAL CABINET. $6 per gallon.
OLD BAKER. $6 per gallon.
OLD CROW, $4 per"Srallon.
GOOD OLD RYE. $3 pei srallon.
BOTTLE GOOD RYE, 60 cents.
BOTTLE GOOD RYE, 75 cents.
bottle old crow, $1.
hennessey brandy. 1865.
gallon spanish 8herry, $5.
GALLON OPORTO WINE, $5.
gallon cooking sherry. $2.
gallon medford rum, $3.
piper heiufieck, souverain extra dry
champagne, bass' \le, guinness'
stout and younoer's scotch
ale. bottled, $2.50 dozen.
E. C. KNIGHT,
ap20 1732 Pennsylvania avenue.
JJ d. BARR,
IMPORTER AND TAILOR.
3111 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest,
spring goods.
Complete and rjrefully selected stock of Suitings,
Trouserings and \estuige of ipproved styles. Cut,
made and trimmed in the unsurpassed manner of thu
leading fashion house of Washington.
mh" H. D. BARR.
In the supreme court of the district
of columbia sitting in equity. ma y 3.
Germond Cbandem. vs. Washington Citt Savings '
Bank?3428, fcq. Doc. 12:
The psymeut by the receiver of dividends to creditors i
of said Bank having been heretofore decreed In this ?
csum aggregating one hundred i-er centum, it is. this
third day of May, A D. 1883, on motion of Willi am ?
F. Mattingly. Receiver, ordered. adjudged aud decreed
that all depositors in the Washington City Savings
Bank, defendant herein, and their assigns, be, and
they are hereby, forever debarred from making any
claim or demand against said defendant the receiver in "
tins cause, or the assets in his hands, npia? amf i
for undrawn dividends be presented to said Receiver
before the first day of January A. D. 1884; provided
notice of this order be published at least three tim?s a .
week for four successive weeks from tm? day. and three
times a we*k for six sucoeesive weeks prior to said Jannary
1st, 1884. in two or more newroaoem published in
the city of Washington. D. C. puuuauou ui
CHARLES P. JAMBA. Juatice.
a erne copy. i
T^t-K. J. MEIG", Clerk.
mj 7.8,9*eo4w By M. A. CLANCY. Asst Clerk.
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CITY ITEMS.
Hats for Decoration I>ay>
Gentlomeus' and boys' fine Mackinaw straws,
Sort and stiff pearl and nutria French felts
Mens' white and colored Mir ado and Canton braids,
Nice assortment mens' and boys' 60 ct hats.
Boys' and cblldrens' white and colored straws at
all prices, (including the ever-popular "Jumbo" at
60. 75 and fl,) at R. C. Lewis' ' Original one Price
Store,"' 920 7th sL, below Mount Vernon square.
N. B.?Price plainly marked In each haL
The Following Immense Bargalna
will be sold to-morrow onlj at R. GoKlschmld's 81*
7tu st. n.w.; 2 Qal. water coolers with Ice hatchet
90 \, 3 gaL 11.25; crystal glass dinner castors 66c.,
wine glasses 6 for 17c-, 1 handsome ice cream tray
with 6 handled s^ucere to match 37c., 1 berry dtsti
with 6 footed saucers 27c.. real majolica leaf dishes
9c., silver plated butter dishes 90<\, plain goblets
80c. x d07... large water pitchers 85<\, medium size
30*., smaller 20t\; tin toilet sets 8 pieces assorted
colors $1.60, molas>es cans 10c., 6 knives imd forks
with cocoa handl"S 48c., china chamber sets decorated
with moss roses and gold lines 10 pieces
$*1.75, tin slop Jars assorted colors 68e., straw folding
fans 5c., Japanese parasols 15c., 1 woolen
Water bucket with 40 clothes pins and large scrubbing
brush 25c\, spice tfay with 6 covered boxes
45c., wooden flour sieves 9 *., parlor skates 65c. a
pair, l good blacking brush with whisk broom and
2 boxes of blacking 23c., double washboards lie.,
large kitchen knives 10c., 6 white stone china cups
and saucers 48c., decorated 65c., decorated French
china cuspadores 75"., 6 each white porcelain cups,
saucers and breakfast plates 98c.. also immense
bargains in baby carriages, refrigerators and traveling
trunks of the best m mufactures.
> o i
1*1. Aiigenstcin,
817 7th street northwest, will give to every purchaser
a souvenir to-morrow. The following bargains
will be sold: Japanned chamber palls. 30>\;
bread or cake boxes, 5u. GO and 70c. apiece; 6-qt.
water buckets, 9a; 120 sheets writing paper, 10c.;
1 fruit bowl on stand and doz. fruit saucers to
match, 20o.; 100 envelopes, 15c.; engraved goblet--,
5c. a piece; knife, fork and spoon, 10c.; bread
knives, 10c.; padlock and 2 keys, 12 -.; 10 fans, 9.\;
gal. stone china pitcher, 14c.; 2 Japanned spittoons,
25c.; decorated chamber sets 13.75; Bohemian
glass toilet sets, 85c.; majolica tea or coffee
pots, 27c.; horseshoe cake plates, 6c,; decor .ted
cup and sau> er, 10c.; Japanned bread boat, 14c.;
10 per cent discount on baby carriages and trunks
of the best manufacturers.
Special Corwet Sale,
To-morrow only, at Clark's, 732 7th street northwest
:
Woven and hnnd-made Corsets 48s.
Dr. Warner's Health Corset3 94c.
Celebrated c. P. Corsets ? $l 46.
Elegant woven Corseis 97c.
Our renowued French band fl.25 Corset
reduced to 98c.
For Treimilouunefts,
wakefulness, dizziness and lack of energy, a most
valuable remedy is Brown's Iron Bitters. *
Ottcmwa, Ia.?Dr. j.n. Armstrong says: "I have
used Brown's Iron Bitters In my family and recommend
Its use to others."
Jefferson City, ma?Dr. J. C. Rlddler says:
"Persons who use Brown's Iron Bitters always
speak well of It. It is a good medicine.'
Confectionery
Toe Cream and Water Ices of the finest flavors
on 1 purest quality, ^old In ltrge or sm ill quantities,
to private families, parties or excursion. and
sent any where desired. Frank Slmrpless. Manufacturing
Confectioner, 419 7th street, under Odd
Fellows' HalL ' 5
LundborgVt Rhenish Cologne.
Skinny Men.
"Wells' Health Renewer" restores health and
vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, Sexual Debility.
$1. 5
"Alelerncy Dairy Wa(fon*,"
Fresh Alderney Butter, churned everv morning
and delivered in fc'-lb. "Ward" prints, 40<\ per lb.
Also, cottage cheese, buttermilk and sweet milk,
&? . perqt, Cream. 15c. pint.
= EDP(I ATION'Al,. ~
I^RENCH LESSwNS, 1323 R STREET N~. W.,Mix*.'
Pmd'bomme's summer term o|>enB .Tun? 20th.
Children1'* clas^es^ 10 a.m.; latins and gentlem u,s,
6;45. private tmtion if desired. Natural method
tnughr. Pnpii soan Jeani to spt*k and understand. A
good pronunciation oi}22-lm
IV OR WOOD INSTITUTE. SM.EC I SCHOOL FOIt
Younsr Ladies. 121.' and 12!4 l<th 8t. Next session
evens Sect. 26,'S3. For circulars, ad-ires.s W M.D.CAbELL,
City. A few boarding pupils received. a30-6m
HOWE'S BOOhKFEPINO?ONE MONTH GUARantced
to cotia! three of any other system. With
penmanship, etc.. $3 a month. Howe's rapid busint *s
Dcmn?Cj!?iu quickly learned, f- 50 a month. Hour.-".
2:30 to <> jlnd 7 to ift p.m., Wednesday ami Saturday
excepted. J-^nrate Department lor ladle*. Prof. G.
W. IlOWE. SI. 7t;? ;trget. a* 4-2m*
A MECCA IN MUSIC.?by RF.QUE T of Numerous
pupils, I will remain :h:s sunyuer and
instruct, at reduced rates, 111 Piano Lessons and Singlug
by mj? reu.arkably short method. Pjrties tor Pallor
Concjrts. Operas, and Orat<.rios\vill find their Mecca
in this system, which is ilie shortest and best, savintr
years of practice, and training voi es quickly to the
very highest culture, at my musical institute, 1116 M
i-treet northwest. PROF. DE W'OLOWSKI. m*7
David h. l. johnson, organist and choik
master, 1117 Joth street northwest. Private 1 ssons
fl per hour. Public voice ciustta fifty rent-* per
month. mh2?K2m*
ISS AMY LEAWTT. OF BOSTON.
Teacher of Vocai and Instrumental Mus.io and
Harnionv. Lemons co?!titiuo<l ailriinj tlie Himimpr,
Address <J45 K street northwest. mhl)
CPENCERIAN BUSINESS COLLEGE. LINCOLN
p Hall Buildimr, corner 9th and D streets. Day and
r.veninjr Sessions. Complete in its arrangements for
training sons and daughters, and men and women for
*elf?upport and real life. students received every
aionth in the year. Scholarship for year, from data of
entrance, day or eveniinr, ffto. Special terms by month
3r quarter, or tor year by instalments. Circulars mailed
jn application.
0. HENRY C. SPENCER, Principal.
MRS. SARA A. SPENCER, Vice-Principal. fl
?f RS. E. A. CHAMBERS TAKES PLEASURE IN
IV* announcing that she is prepared to receive a limited
nur^ber of pupi's iu thorough i m-listi branches,
tmrlish Oranimar, Elocution and Mathematics -pecialtiee.
'ierms moderate, special hours and terms for
idultp. 603 F et.n.w. Metropolitan cars paes tlio door.
jan2
J W. FLYNN A. M., PRIVATE TUTOR,
'-'a S. W. Cor. 8th and K street* northwest.
VlHtheniatica, Latin, Gr6?fc, French. German. Enirliali.
Proparat:on for College. West Poiut, Annapolis and
rompetltive examinations. Terms in aa\auce.
Evening classes. *5 a month, akititmetic,
Bi'Okkeepiu^-, EnRlihh Gramtna--, Sprucoriaa
Penmanship.U.S.History, Geotrraphi,sue'lin^. jal
\%J ASHINGTON CONSERVATORY OF :MUSIC?A I'
'? TIM MS' New Halls, cor. 7th and D n. w. Entrance
707 D st. Fourteenth yeir. Piano, Org n,
^oice, Singimr, Vio in. &c. Twelve t acUere. Free
idvantcKts. O. B. BL'ld>ARD. D.rector. n!8-7m*
proposals
ROCK EXCAVATION^
United States Enoixker Offtcf, /
213(5 Pennsylvania Avknue, >
Washington, u. < ., May 17. 1;?83.^
Sealed Proposals, iu triidicftc. will be received at this
office until 12 o'c ock, noon, ou WEDNESDAY. June
>. 1883, and oj>eued immediate! v thereafter, for the reiiova
of rocks in Georgetown Harbor. D. O.
Sj>ecifications, forms of proposals,- ahd all necessary
nfromatiou cau bo obtained ou application to tin?
3flice. peter c. i1ains,
my21 6t Major of Eutdncers,
puoposals for post office envelopes^
Post Office Departmen-,
Washington, D. C., May 1. 1883.
Sealed Proposals wiil be receive<l at this Department
in til THUUSDAY, tlie SEVEN 1 H DAY OF JUNE.
1883, at TWELVE' O'CLOCK M.. for fumishliiK Post
Office Envelopes, in such quantities and at such times
is they may be ordered, during- the fiscal year endilqr
rune 30, 1884, of the following classes, viz:
Nob. 1 to 4. For Official Letters and Returns*
No. 5. For Returning Dead Letters.
No. 6. For Registered Packages.
No. 7. 'lag Envelopes for Registered Packages.
No. 8. For International Money Order Advices.
Blank forms of bids, with samples and full ni>ec;fleaions,
will be furnished upon application to the Third
Assistant Postmaster General, Washington. D. C.
, ? , W Q. GRESHAM.
my4-2aw4w I'ostm&ter General.
A. C ABD,
I would respectfully announce to my friends and the
public generally that, having leased the entire building
southwest oorner of 11th street and Pennsylvania aveDue
(formerly The Star office). I have now far
rreater facilities for conducting the auction business
ban heretofore. The building has a front of 50 feet on
Pennsylvania avenue by a depth of 126 feet, thereby
riving one grand salesroom of fifty feet front. On the
loeond floor Is a large room, having same frontage as
ower floor, which is specially arranged ?nd planned for
he sale of Works of Art and Books, and is capable of
?mfortably seating two hundred peop.e; infect, it is
:he only establishment in the city that has separate
w'esrooms for the accommodation of all classes of
foods. It commsnds so much space within doors that
tales can always be conducted w.tbout regard to
Feather. The upper portion of the building contains
i5 (onus which are used for storage purposes, for which
t has been specially arranged, and Is naturally a great
iccominodation to the public. There is also iu tbe rear
if the building a large court or open space which will
ye used for the sale of Horses and Carriages, tbe whole
'ormirnr one of the most complete Auction estahiiahnents
in the country. i
Spccial attention given to the Bale of Real Estate. I
Liberal advances made on consignments. Apnraicenents
made. Libraries and W orks oi Art Catalogued
aid arranged for sale. ^
Having had an experience of twenty*-five years in the 1
raeintsB, and witn tlie assistance of M. B. Latimer, who
rill attend personally to tbe personal and fine art sales, j
ind a thoroughly competent corjis of assistants, I feel
sonfldentof giving perfect satisfaction in any business
hat may be intrusted in my hands. '
Thanking the public lor their psst patronage, and j
taking a continuance of the same, I am, very respect- j
Uap28-lm THOMAS DOWLINQ. |
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JTRIMAULT & Co.'S
MATICO CAP8ULE8 I
Ire warranted to eflect a rapid cure in the most severe
ases of private diseases. Ihey do not fatigue the
tomach as all other * apsules with liquid Copaiba do
od will be found a safe and effective remedy.
Ja22-tu&Uy bOLD BY ALL DitUGulSld. 1
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^TOYAGERS TO EUROPE. ^ ]
J. W. BOTELER & SON
ire the Agents Xorthe sale of tickets in this District 1
of the
IN MAN STEAMSHIP CO.
Parties proposing to visit Europe can obtain all infornation
by applying to
' W. BOTELER h BON,
cpll-am 928 Penn. Am i
DRY G OOPS.
Superior I*urb Jjinen Ijawns.
beaton perry,
(SoMMwr to Perry * Brotner.)
INVITES THE ATTENTION OF THF LADIES OF
WASHINGTON TO A SPECIAL OFFERING OF
100 pieces of ptre linen lawns. at 5v>. a
YARD; FORMER prics HAVING UEbN 37 *c.
THESE LAWNS ARK OF SUPERIOR QUALITY.
and COMPRISE ALL THE CHOICEST PA ITK.NS
IMPOMtD THIS SSAON, BV ONE uF 1he
L RGEST HOUSES IN NEW YORK.
"EXTRA ATTRACTIONS" IN WHITE GOODS.
PERSIAN LAWNS. INDIA LINENS.
NEW DOTTED AND FIGURED SWISS MUSLINS,
FRENCH NAINSOOKS.
NEW BATISTES. SS INCHES WIDE. IN BEAUTIFUL
DESIGNS. AT '2bo.
FRENCH 8ATINES. JACONETS AND ORGANDIES.
GENUINE SCOTCH GINGHAM .FROM 25c, 104<V.
EMBHOIDKHED ROBES IN SAI INES. ZEPHYRS.
BAilSTES. PONGc.ES AND NUN'S VblLl GS.
GAUZE UNDERWEAR, C. P. CORSE . S.
NOVELTIES IN HANDKERCHIEFS AND HOS- i
IERY. ,
EMBROIDERED FICHUS. PARIS JER EYS.
NEW CHUDDA. C.VSHME.tE AND BERLIN
SHAWLS.
_ *1r" Choice Goons, Put?; Fiockes, axd Correct :
fulcefc, i
beaton perry,
terry BulUl'ng,
Fenn*ylvania avenue, corner 9th atreet.
Established 1840. my 23
IN STOCK AND D MLY R FCFIV1KG,
SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
40-TNCH BATISTE IN NOVEL DESIGNS, 25c. ,
KtECHLIN'S FRENCH LAWN IN PLAIN AND J
FANCY. 25c.
FINK ALL-LINEN PRINTED LAWN8, CHOICE
PATTERNS. 25c.
SCOTCH GINGHAM. an elegant assort- "
MENT, 23c. (
ALL-WOOL DEBEGE. GOOD COLORS. 25c. 1
ROBES IN NUN'S VEILING. ALliATROSS AND
PONGEE.
INDIA LINEN. PERSIAN LAWN,
BATISTE DE ALSACE. LINEN LAWN,
INDIA MULLS. FRENCH NAINS X ?K,
JONES CAMBRIC, CREAM DE*- INDES,
ORGANDY LAWNS. CORDED PIQUES.
CHECK NAINSOOKS. WHITE AND COLD TARLE1ANE,
MERVE LAWNS. STRIPED VICTORIAS.
s. l. hempstone.
my22 P03 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
J^ASX COLORS AND NEW DESIGNS
IN
figured linen lawns,
figured batistes, ;
scotch zel'hyr ginghams.
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TYLER A CHEWXING.
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mylO 929 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
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0 PENING d AILY, i (
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
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l. beiirends'
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BALTIMORE 810RE, 1
08 Seventh Street Northwest.
Deslralil* and New Material* for Dresoe*. 4?-fn<*h
wide, Ai:-Wool Nuns Veiling. AlbatronBcloth .mil liuuting.
Elegant line of Black Cashmere*, a Fnecial flue uuallty.at
f 1.25. cloth Amah. 1
White Goods, Table '.inene and Housekeei lug Goods,
Fisnuels au<l ( asslmeres.
Figured I ique# 6c. per yard, in ends.
The l>est vh rt ever offered ?t #1. ,
Underwear for Ladies, Gi-ut* anil Chi'df>n.
Splendid stock ot? or^ets. Hosiery and Gloves.
P?r<u? iN a a mu I uil>rHllas. j
Gintchauie, l.aw n* and Domestics. ,
It Will repay cuotoweie to examine our low prices.
l. behrends,
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myia 903 SEVENTH STREET N. W. ]
Dry Goods. ]
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New Snr'ne and Pnmmer Slflrn froui 50 etc. tlp? !
Fine a!-Wool : uUiug*. new shades, l'lain and In renjbiuation.
trorn 2j ct* to il. j I
French Sateeua. plain shade* to match, p?ices reduced. t
French Bati-te, printed In new and beautiful designs, >
4u incites wide, very flue, only 25 eta.
All-W ool Bunting. in Pink. B.ue and Cream, only 12o.
All-Wool Laco Bunting, 42 iuehea wide, 25 rta.
1 Case Printed Linen Lawn, ucw and pretty designs,
only 16 eta. j
White Good* in crest variety and low prices. Stock
of Parabola complete, prices to auit all. ^
j. a. luttrell a co., {
817 Market Space. 1
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Guinnips \
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404 AND 406 SEVENTH street n.w.. j
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Will open on Monday Morning', May 7th. a 1
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SPECIAL sale of SILKS. dress goods and i
HOSIERY. j
at prices not hitherto offered this SEASON In the DT<*1
RICT. includimr a full and complete line of SFRING
an<l HL'Mllth >*1LK ?piain, striped and checked, it
prices rallying from 40e. to f 1 50 i*?r yard. =
A sri-ClAL LOT of FOULARDS marked down to
60c.: former price. 75c. and $1.
A FUEL LINE of Heavy GROS GRAIN8, In ell the =
NEW SHADES?24inches wide, at $1.25 per yard? <
(food val ue for f 1.75. k
ACA E of PtiLKA DOT SURAHS, 25 Inches wide,
at SI: worth #1.50.
Also a Caw of ORIENTAL POLKA dot BATTN
SURAHS at fl; former price*, 91.75. *
a large and varied s jock of black silks.
including the following well-known males: GUINETS, K
BELLONS and TAPIS.^IERS. Also. OTTOMANS.
!>H ADAMES aid MARVE1LL UX, at prices ramnug
from 76c. to ;3.60, and poaitivaly 25 per cent below
market value.
A Full and Complete STOCK of BLACK GOODS, In F
ali makes and inateriula, at reasnual le prioos. t
WATKKLOO. A SABET and FRANKLIN SUIT- 6
INGS, in all the fashionable shades, 57 im-h? wide,
reduced to fl per yard. ?
ILLUMINATED SUITINGS-aU wool-4a Inches H
Wide, 50c. per yard; worth 75c. J
All the SUMMER SHADES In Dv BEGES, ALBA*
TROS CLOTHS. NUN'S VEILINGS and CASHMERES.
EMBROIDERED and POLKA DOT FLANNELS.
SA l KENS and PINHEAD CHECKS.
_8PEt IAL LOTS of LACES, RIBBONS, HAMBURGHS,
KID AND LISLE THREAD CLOVES.
RUCHINGS. COLLARS and CUFFS. HANDKERCHIEFS
and CORSETS.
Our HOSIERY DEPARTMENT will be found replete f<
with all the newe^ styles in FOREIGN aua domes- A
TIC HOSIERY and UNDERWEAR. n
A Full Line of GENT1* FURNISHING goods 6.
always on band. ai
In our White Goods, Linen snd DOMr8TIC de- =
PAKTMENTS will be found Di SIHABLE and NECESSARY
Goo<lsat LOW and REDUCED PRICES.
An examination of our GOODS and PRICES will well ~
repay the visitor. J
Agents for harper's bazar patterns.
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gcinnip 4 co., *
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404 and 406 seventh street n. w. mys
Bargains at 31 eginniss\
A fine line of Genta' Linen and Silk Pockethandker- '
chiefs, 25 per cent leas than usual price; a lartre assortment
of Fancy Half Hoss will be clot?d ont at hair- _
price; Gnuif. Lace and Balbiitvao Undershirts at eas F
than manf act urera' price*; a lai*e lot of the tin eat Four- ~
i4y Linen CoUars, sizes 12. 12H. IS, 13H, 14.14J*. 16M, T
17. 17^, 18, 18X, at 50 ccnts per dozen?only 60 cents A
jer oozen for the Best Linen Collars; the Mystery Shlit
only 7-"> cents, eltrautly mane of the very best material: jf,
Six Fine Dress Shirts, to order, for (C, ready for the U1
waahtub?perfect fit guaranteed?*t * J
Mr GINNIS8*.
ap9 1002 F street northwest I
Spring Dry Goods. I
We are daily receiving our Spring and Summer supply
of Dress Goods, comprising a full line of Black Silks,
all grades; Surah Sillcis. Ottomans, Satin Riiadmmea,
satin Merveil'.eux, Silk Grr-na<lines. Nun's Vcilinir and Pr
Cbudah < loth* in all the new shades: French Wool Suit- )f
ings. Printed and Plsin Satteens. Emb'd Satteena and
Kluslin ltobes: Printed Linen Lawns; a splendid line of
black Woolen Dress Goods in all the new fabrics: Silk fc
uid Thread Hose, new colorings; Umbrellas snd P?ra- **j
sols, new designs. Also, an eleirant line of Linen t*
3heetinirs and Pillow Linens, all widths: Damask Table TJ
Cloths and Napkins to match, in aplendid quality, (all
uaea;) Table Damask by the yard in choice patterns:
l'owela and Towelintr in ?rr>-at variety. l*hose in waut
3f choice goods will do ?U1 to examine < ur stock before
purchasing. HOOE BT.O. A CO., "C
sp2-3m 1328 Fat. near Ebbitt House. JC
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ch. ruppebt, p
eos. 403 and 405 7th street nobthwe9t.
HEADQUARTERS FOR THE WHITNEY CHILDREN'S
CARRIAGE COMPANY.
IHE CHEAPEST FOR Bf AUTY. COMFORT AND
DURABILITY IN THE MARKET.
Lawn Tennis, Croquet, Bicvdes. Velocipedes, Ardicry.
Fishing Tackles, Wsgous, Ac.
Call ?id axanlBe the Goods. Prices to snltths *
imes. ap4 ~
Japanese scrolls. fan& bto. by
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tnd DeroraUvs Pictarsa.J.Jay Gowd. 431 ?th at. inka m
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BOOKS. 4be. ]
BLANE BOoEt*.
BLANK DOOEg.
A full lire of Account Book*, Jonmtb ?M
Records, I'uh H<x k?. Sa!?* H "k*. < T.t<f K>>k?. iJrocent*
tiid I utcbeiV l'iw )<<iok?, Now. Dnfta uij
Money lit cen ts. Invoice File*. Letter I'rwt I'oi.f
H?v>ka. Wi*r nM KnMln|<?, Wt?|pui|[ lai?r.
Twmea. fcc.. Ucnuuk stationery.
eahton ft Rrrr.
myS-3w S.E. corner Pa. ave. am! IStli at. r..w.
y Kff BoOKS.
Ufe of Wm. <'ulien B rant, 2 vol*.. (iJoofl* ;n\
of Wm. Cullan Ilr> wit, . vol*.. (Goodwini, H>t >rv <3
Criminal Law. 8 vol*., (Stephens); letter* and Memories
of Jane Welsh Cartlafo. (Fluude).?' rreafond'tioa
of Carlisle and Emerson. 2 r<?ls ; I on s? i. nc*
of Wealth. <Sturtc\*nt). HatuNe* in V on .'eriand.<st n.
ley); beal Acorn. (MM3rov); > e'lcctiouafrom iwtij of
Robt. Bimniiiic Story of Nlello-tit. (Mhlorl: Mr.
Iwaars, (Crawf >rd); Dia ect i'alo*. tBiwnrr1, C<4or>?1's
Daughter, <Kin?r). A Wwnrtd Wife, (Hemming:
P? k ? ]h<t I!oy and liinl'a. Tbe 'I o*o, a <I ream of
Wealth. i \* itiuiiirton); *5 Choice Hwii't* odlecte I by
Un of Inniiy Church, Coltou's tieueral Atlafc
DfW edition. W. H.
*1'^ 475 l?nn>>-|vaaia ???nne,
LADIES' GOODS.
I A OIKS' DUES MAKINii kchCKC..?DRV A n D
J evening. CuttiiiK ainl fittiu?r by new in rfivt-. .a
tailor system. New ruflliu* irin lo. La<h?* can it rt?
lli twolrwona one fixe to ail. Will give aatisfaation.
Pi ice system |7 on tune.
MRS. RF.EI*.
rayZa-Iw 125 Pennsylvaniaavenuesoutheast.
MmE. J. P, l^ALMER.
IMPORTER OF FASHION'S.
1107 F STREET NORTHWEST*
KOVELTIES IN LONDON HATS AND FARIS BON*
NETS OON8TANTLV BEING RECEIVED
THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. mvlS
Summer Opening
Of
IMTORTFD BONNETS
And
ROUND HATS.
THURSDAY. May 17. 1R83.
MKS. M. J. HUNT.
No Carta, j lsog f STREET. niylS
Ladies' Boots,
PERFECT IN FIT.
ON OUR PARIS LAST. HAND SEWED. $?.
WIDTHS A A TO D; SIZES 1 TO T.
EPMONSTON'S.
mylS 1839 and 1*41 F street
M. WILI -TAN. Importer of
Pattern Hate aart Rich Millinery Noveltlea. Real T-ac*
Fine Neckwear. Prose Triu uiimra. Paras..!*. 3 U?4
itylea trench Corsets, Handsome Wraiw. Jersey Jack,
pta. .leraey suit*. Jersey Poiotiaiae Mourn imr Su:ta.
W hit? Suits In a variety of style* and j>r oc*, I'arDmrrt
??* . Suit* for $30 aud i.VJ, and a tine anhortiLcul
of Ratr.ana and Jacketa.
3 * lle 1 w-viae I?ana. 907 Pennaylranta avennn.
A very dtwirable aaaortmeut of Mautillae at *-'R r?a
ecnt diacount. Featlivra dyed and re-curled txiualto
new on?a.
School for Drfssmakino.
Ladie* an, b. re>,y info mod that Mr. WHITE has
opened a School for I >re*HinakinK at 111ft F atr?-. t north*
KSJ. Where he tea. be* tbe art of Making, futtii*.
rirtintrand Deaifnin* Ladlea' Dreaoea. etc., art eticaa/
and correctly.
1 he aiu-cexa Mr. White met with In tin* city alreadr 1?
flue to hi* lhor< uvh knowlert?re ot hia bownetw. Tb?
*y*teni Mr. Mblte teache* i* universally a< kt,'>w edin j
to t? the l>e?t. Tlie *y*teni la by mean .r??iii< nt N?
th jrt or I art of a chart. School ojeu day and vwuIlh.
Dih24-2iii
M GEO. \V uii R,
ladies* tailou,
1115 F STREKT NORTBWK8T.
It Now Prepared to I ake Ordera for
EVENING. RECEPTION AND DINNER URCSSE^
WEDDINO TROUSSEAUS AND
STREET CosTl'ME?.
London Tailor-made RldiuK n*Mt*. Lond.-r. Tafioiw
iraoe Cloth Coetuniea. Ali the work ia d.>ne in TIT^U
claMi style. Biade fcv Men l>rer?niaker? and Tailora.
LV?t fit truarapti-ed. Kv-_ry L??ly leaving Una city ahoul4
take one of Mr. WH11L a celebrated Cloth ('<wtnmc^
n'tli tier. fll*-?H!P
UNDERWEAR!?DOUGLASS', frrH AND P
SI REETS.?1The bualnea* in thi* departm nthay
iiui been tar in exceaa of our exiiectatlona. tbe aale will
contuiued until further notice. Each day we will
THITHl'Ut wDiilri ' "VBiBa. and will on
THURSDAY txunn with 200 doau more of thoaethoeMVhlymade
aod trimmed CHEMihE AND I)RA\v?
fi. <*V'*.eacb- i chemiae ever offered foe
i LT10e;? have 60 do?-n French Cantor, t) button
enirth MouaaueUire Olovea, at fl per j^ir. rt?uUr
price, $1.50. l(X) dozen Hchop|ier'a beet quality Jn?
rrain. oU boilert, aolid colora I.adiea' H^ at Afi ^,Bta
r"'r.pt,.r* AnotherBOdoaen of thoae 12 thread Child.
>C ? Stockin?fi" Juat in. 100 doreu Miaaea' H ?e at j7\?
*i!ta, t.r three r?ir for $1. foruiar pnea Moeuta to7S
ienTs, accordUJ* IC aire.
t23 DCrOLASS' 9th and F etreeta.
A NTON FISHER.
.DRT. ^-F-ANTNa ESTABLTRffHENT.
SK* O atrnt nortbvreet. Thirty year*' expert*
1 idieB tod GflDtlfiuou1! GtriDfiiii, ilio Crzii*
cila. hmcm..etc.. are perfectJy cieaned by tLie superior
rooeea. Ladiea' Eveoln* Dreeaaa a specialty. Opinion
t iJ" ??cial chemint of the I?i?trii-t of O ?
umbia: "Your cbemi.-al* are of the moat effectual ua.
ure and harnileaa, and your |>erfect machinery ia not
urj'aaaed in Paria, New York or eluewbet*." Notice. ?
?reaae ai-ota iruarantecd to be thoroughly amoved. aa'^S
|yjISS ANNIE K. HUMl'HEKY, "
u W STREET WORTHWF?*T.
Make*CORSET8 to order in every ntvleaud mater* itmd
ffuarantee* perfect fit and comf >rt. w
HER SPECIALTIES ARErrencn
Hand-made Unden-lotluuib Monno rn<ierwe??
and flneet Imported Httalery.
Patent Shoidder Braoee and all Dreaa Reform Goo la.
ritmch Coraeta and Bustle*. Tbe Hercule*n Mi.nI-oOinir
Corset, for which MIks H. is *j?edal fcreiit.
and a SI Corset, her own uutke. Una for Mm u.:o?
cuiuotbe surpuased.
N . h. ?French. (renu?r and Ppaniwb ?pok?n. a5
GENTLEMEN'S GO()I>S.
\ B. ELLERY. {
irrrrsooi TO
DUBREUIL BROTHERS,
[ANUFACTURF.RS OF FTWE DRK.SS SHIP.Tt
GENTS' FURNISHINGS, %
1112 F STSEIT NoltTHWEKT. Washikoton. D. O.
fi of the Finest Dree* Sbsrte to order $12.09
ix I xtra I-lne Shirts to order w.*k)
lx Fine Shirta to order 7.W
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LflOMPSON*S
SHIRT FACTOR!
iso
MEN* 8 FURNISHING EMPORIUM.
61<t F Street, Opposite Patent Offloe.
Flo? Dreaa Shirt* to order a apecialty. Six txwt Shirt*
T (13.50. Ready-made shirta at following j.rio?? ?
cme, unfinished, 75 eta.; finished. ?0ot<. peerlara.
ufinished, 66 eta.; finished, 80 eta. Full line of Boy?
Wrte. Fine aaaortment of Scarf a, Giovea, Hoaierw
ad Underwear. Iw
HO DSEFU RN IS KINGS.
Lddy Refrigerators.
WITH SLATE STONE SHELVES.
AVE A REPUTATION OF THIRTY-FIVE YEARS
r AN DING. AND ABE ACKNOWLEDGLX) EVER!
HERE THE BEST FOB FAMILY USE.
SEE OUB TESTIMONIALS.
M. W. BEVEBIDGE.
100P PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
BOLE AGENT FOR THE DISTRICT.
ALSO, WALNUT AND ASH DINING-ROOM RE.
RIGERATORS. myS
EFBIGEBATORS (IMPROVED MAiLL). "
't- CHRSTS (all sixes).
A TEH COOLi Rh and STANDS.
EtEAM FREEEEKH.
LUTING MACHINES, all at lowest prfeas.
GEO. WATT>,
?31 814 7th atreat. 6 doors above Henna, avei: tat
)anforth,s Fluid. i
Wehave tuat: received a oar load of tbe rennln- DAW.
3RTH*S FLUID direct from Cleveland, and are now
efMred to. furniah it in any Quantity, ttealaoexhlt ittha
i*eat aaaortn ent of VAPOR HlOVES ever shown la
ia city. Before rurchisina, call ai>d exairine ouf
ock. and if yon will give the DanfortL's Fluid a trial
>u will be convinced of ita sui*.riority to Gaaoiiita. A
W? lint of CO< 'KING STOVES, RANGES PORTA.
LE and BRICK SETT; LATHoBES, SLATE MAM*
LLS and FURNACES eonatautty on haiid.
Hr. S. JENlkA ft (XX. J
nh29 tl? 7th atieil portnwa*. I
?REMNER*8 STOVE EXCHANGE I
9 2710 M street, Ueorwetow-n.
LLS DANFORTH'S VAPOR STOVES AND
FLUID AT LOWEST RATKS. uria-lm*
|ROTE? T YOUR FURS AND WINTER CLOTS
ING AGAINST THE SAVAGES OF MOTS.
REIT NED GUM CAMPHOR.
Nc. FEB FOUND. '
L. C. BISHOP. DrwX
pit ttOXhtrwt cornerHafreet portkuMt
?OB A RELIABLE AND PERFECTLY SAFS
CATHAR1IC take Nattana* Pllla?-boane made, tbaF
ARTHUR XATTAim, HiwiIS
* MtNlIi Malk Minkall?kE?

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