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LOCAL MENTION.
Tbr W mttier,
Crrirr or m Cvtr.r sins w nmrm, >
v ?r.Naos, 51- C.. April an. i*u. 9;-? xm. f
Fer the r. M-*!o Atl nth' states, fair ard cie-.ring
weather. no tbweMerly wlinls. bccoinliii: vart thle,
slight c iinix'-s in t- aperature. The Indications
arc t:?at .O.'liilvw triner r.ilr weather will prevail
In tlie middle and soMh Atlantic states on Sunday.
Tfstinu liquid hydrometers wholesale, Hempler's,
optician.
Tnr National s ife lKp^<-it Company, corner 15th
gtr.-' t ;?nd N" v \>f,U iv"tni", rents safes for $6. *7,
?8. ji??- i*>. ?:S\ ftti, and |G0 p< r year. See
advertisement.
LifiTTTvr^G Hops m-inuiiactured and erected. J.
II. huehiing. _L_^_
"POrTON variety store"'
Not*. 7?5 and 7.C Market Space,
tor this week.
?5?- Jewelrv f"r 19c.
hs.. sterling Silver Bangles 67a
4f? . Jewelry for 3Se.
2Ti- silver comb>, for 13c.
All Styles . K ins for 71c.
?.">>. Pocket-books ifie..
fise. Leather Satchels for 49e.
Jl-23 Improved Satchel * for 97c.
Strino has i'oaii'. and with It delicious strawberry
.short-cake. Jarvls', W> Oth street.
Ci.: in Hocsg.
Enoch Morgan's son's Sapoilo.
Velatis famous caraniels. fail 9thst., 1309 Pa. ar. i
CnASr", Vmbrella Maker, removed to 1314 Pa. ave. j
The Itn^ photos of Kets Ken* thy's. lioo Pennsylvania
avenue, continue to be i'J i? r dozen, with
a thirteenth p. lnti-d.
For Kwrmovs, SrrrEKS, etc., where fin" wines
are w mt- <l, call and see some of the tine win s
which I have just received direct from the I!hlne
cellars. ;ind guaranteed pure, at Chr. Xanders,
No. 911 7:1? Street north went.
Iron sates repaired: electric bells; sneaking
tubes. J. 11. Ku'-hilnsf, -119 !2th street northwest.
Ports l?iNr.r::o. 117 13th street southeast, reports
that Ms In n house was broken Into on the
night of the JUli, and eleven chickens, valued at
Jj, stolen.
Tiif sale ?r auction of the well-known book and
stationery store of James Bellew, 711 7th street,
will b- continual the coining week. All In want of
bargains will do well to attend, as the goods are to
be bold without reserve.
Robkekv.?See the police reports every day and
save your Jewelry, silver and bonds, by deposltl ng
them In the National Safe Deposit Company, corner
lath strict and New York avenue. ,
A New I"se for Coke.?The wonderful success
of the American make of "I-inoieuin" floor cloth is
fully deserved. It Is a beautiful covering, unexcelled
f< r elegance in designs and colorings.
Especially suitable for all classes of dwellings, dining
roou s, halls, churches and hospitals, inferior
foreign imitations, by various nau.es, are on the
market, tut the superiority of the American make
is beyond controversy. The genuine cloth has the
W#iten Trade Mark and word "Linoleum " on the
bai k of every square yaiiL All carpet dealers keep
It. "
TnE K. M. I). Society of young ladies gave their
first nop for the season last night at the residence
of Mr. James Small, 4-0 F street southwest.
Ot'r Stock of New YorlT trunks, valises and traveling
bags is n<>w complete. We offer the l>-st made
trunks. latest styles and all siz> s, at great bargains.
J. llerzog's, 313 Pinna, avenue northwest.
?
Taxidermist.?W. II. French, 419 12th st. n. w.
You Can Save Money by purchasing your spring |
dry goods at T??>oa's, Pennsylvania avenue, south
side, near center market.
The National Safe Deposit Company, comer 15th
street and New York avenue, takes trunks ot silver
and clothing, and all kinds of valuables on special
d'-posit at very low rates.
UKorce Emmert, Jr.. Architect, located 921 Fst.n.w.
CITY AM) DISTKICT.
A nmitrmcaUit Ac., To-iii;;ht.
n\ti^: vi. Theater.?Emma Abbott opera companv
In "Barber of Seville" and selections from
" I ravlata."
Forn's opera Hocse.?"The Queen's Lace Handkerchief."
THSAT7.ii CoMiQrs.?Oreat wrestling match.
Dimk mvseus.?Curiosities and interesting performan
-e.
Masonic Tr.Mn.F.?Fair of the Corcoran cadets.
National Kuans' Akmory.?St. Patrick's church
fair.
Am. sf.ni' Ci:r?:c;t I.tctcf-e Room.?Musical ar.d
literary entertainment.
riunii'iis^'tl l.ocnl*.
Street Isni|s will be lighted at 7:05 p. m. and extlrL
ulshrd ::t 3:30 a. m.
The Arthur Rltlcs Cadets visited the Corcoran
Cadets' fair last overdue. 1 he f dr will close this
evening. I It ut. CoL Edwards denies that the Corcoran
i ad-'ts have Invi!?-d the 1 lluh School Cadets
to tea? h them to drill, and says the Corcoran Cadets
would be pleased to meet the High School boys in a
competitive drill.
At the annual meefir.g of thQ stockholders of the
Washington ?*ato'I>epr ' company, yesterday, the
following board of directors was elect* d for the ensuing
yean W;n. (J. Metzerott, John T. Lenman,
Henn Dickson. James !. Barbour, Richard H. Taylor.
lloratio Browning, W'ni. A. Gordon, Charles S.
Bra die v and Francis Miller.
Mr. Paige, manager of 'he Hotel Kaatersklll. will
be at the Rlgcs house oa April astli to see those
who desire to engage rooms.
Francis the sc. oul son of Mr. Nicholas Watklns,
assistant fortman of the Treasury branch of the
government printing office, who resides at 417 H
street northwest, dhd al>oiit l o < lock this morning
of consumption. He was IS",; yei?rs old. The death
of ih.ri'-v. * nether ot Mr. Wat kins, 21 years
old. Is hourly expected from the same disease.
Mr. George K. Hul.se, astdstunt baggage agent at
the Baltimore and Potomac depot, this morning
dt-4 overed on the corner of 9th and B streets southwest
a dead wh Ite buby, and Informed the police.
The Jefferson I lterary and Deb iting society will
give their annual entertainment for the benefit of
their library on Frldav. May 9th, at the hall of the
Jefferson school building. An unusually interesting
program has been arranged. Including musical !
selections a;;d readings by the ly'st talent of the
city, and two excellent farces, "To Oblige Benson" :
and "Dreadfully Alarming "
Tiik c,t/,it'll to-morrow will contain all thn compositions
by tlie public school pupils on "Kindness
to Animals." which have been awarded prizes by
the Humane so> k ty.
The votes for the gentleman's dressing ease at
st. Patrick's fair will be counted at the Carroll Institute
Monday nlvrht.
The survivors of the old first army corps. Army
of the Potomac, will meet at the rooms of the com- )
mlssioaer of pensions, corner 12th and Pennsylva- !
n!a avenue, this eveninsr. to make preliminary arrangements
for their excursion to the battle-tlelds I
of the Rappahannock.
The seventy-sixth anniversary of the birthday of
Mater John k. Blgelow, for the last fourteen years 1
a clerk in the Pension office, was celebrated last
evening at his residence, 931 t; street, and an ele- ;
gant arm et., ir v. is presented to Itlm by his fellow |
clerks; Dr. \V. II. H. vVannan making the presents
Hon speeih, and .Mr. Daniel J. Waters reading a!
po> in written for the occasion by s. A. Wlggin.
The attention of the police has t*-cn called to the
crowds of boys, in all parts of the city, who are i
d.iily climbing the young trees and despoiling them
by breaking ot the yourg and tender branches.
T'nls morning, in tlie criminal court, Judge
Wyile, the district attorney entered a nolle pros In
tiif t ,v?c:iM-.of Alls rf r i' l tsfor arson, in setting
tire to the stable of A. I*. Fardon In ix-tober, l?73,
and h<iu.s?? of Kiiza Parker on August 6,1K71.
'l'h-re wa-' a ve;y large sale of se-itsto-day for the
Wagner cone??rt. When the sheet w as open.-d at 8 t
oVl-jck a line of applicants extended out of Met
ztrott &. Co's d< or nearly jo iDth street.
BuowNwoon Park.?Messrs. Parker & Townsend, '
real i>t..te de;ilers^?n F stns t,have for Mr.J.Sayles !
Br^iwn < > i;.'itence<i a new su'ourtran enterjirtse near 1
the city, ?:n the Wsisldngton branch of the Baltimore
ami Ohio railroad. The property consists of |
IIS acres ot excellent gardening and fruit land, j
lying en'the high slope west of t he railroad, be- j
tween tlv station at cl rk vills' and the station at ;
Rives'. The elevation secures good drainage and
fresh air, and affords many fine views of the surrounding
country. Rives' station abuts upon the
north end cl tie* tract, aud Mills' station is but a
few rods from the south end of It. it is also reached
very directly by the Bladensburg pike and by the
Bn ntwood road, passing the Nationil fairgrounds,
and by this road it is about three miles to the central
portions of the city. There are sixteen passen- j
ger trains a day stopping at these stations, and the 1
running time lroin the depot to Rives' station is ten
minutes.
The property is to I* laid out as a park and p'.atted
Into villa sites, to which It is peculiarly adapted,
and into smaller lots, none of which will be h^ss
than fi<> feet front by 150 feet deep. The location Is
eonv.idcred as very desirable for a suburban settlement,
and the facilities for rapid transportation to
an-1 fiom tt are all that could be d*sired and could
car.-eiy be improved. Sales have already commenced
and the enterprise is fully established.
The Presidential Campaign.?'The Wekelt
Star will be sent postpaid to any address in the
United states or Canada until after the presidential
election for fifty cents, it is a large eight-page
paper of fifty-six columns ot interesting reading
matter?political, miscellaneous, personal, news
and gOfj?lp, etc. Send lor a sample copy.
arrorstment of Ma. Dakekhoweb.?Mr. Charles
S. Danenhower, of the engineer department of this
District, has acceptc 1 the position of chief engineer
of the city of Cincinnati, O., which was tendered
him by the officials ot that city, who fully appreciate
his merit, ability and worth. For some ihm
post l>c has held the position of assistant engineer
under Cspt. 1{. L. Hoxle, In charge of the sewecage
system which has been inaugurated by that officer,
on a scale fully equal to the wants of the District
for many years to come. As an executive officer
Mr. lfctnenhower has displayed good Judgment and
wonderful efflcKncy, ana it is predlcu-d for him In
mh new position a brilliant and prosperous future.
tartxel & Clark, fell Market Space, have made
?p< rUl reductions la dry goods, and have rare
bargain* lu all departments. Their prices in silks
are rerj low. _
Tna l,iw chawce'?'The unexpired lesse on John
T. MKcbeil a store will he eokl, at puhUe anctu>n. on
Mood > / evening. Having to vacate the premises
STuicWt* otTprll wecall U?#stt?0onot the
moir? fM*tftv r-1-t rw-r-r cr jr.-curing \v\pn-i'
'iej.iei I ..trains pM of !?*? co:nbU?cd dry
a./<d, 'A John fr. MHaI^Uaa?ls. W.Kerr.
The . ti' Y-" Hfl Hi u."? r?i"# thnt It win N*
^ jo . < i j. n - ii>o! ir o;ii? nunity will .x-op
fer. d 11'** *t *s. '> ! ' ! s. V'B l aT-jiiiii]
of t;. i i -' !> i n-.vl' v' tt? l?d.cm
to caii i-.u .i, es V? i.Uis i;^%t tk'-y.
Lavb^tuu* ? lino.
T?*E WABttHC KF.PI BLK A^f FACTIONS.
i
* Convention l.ikrlf to be Called.
Th? mating or tlio republican central committee
or the District this evening Is the subje<? ot '
much discussion among the local politicians. It Is 1
the Intention to lfcnit the attendance as tar as possible
to the sixty-six delegates. The report or the
committee which has been collecting evidence in
regard to briber}- at the last convention will be
submitted. It Ls stated that this report win simply
embody the sworn affidavits or delegates, with the
cohcliislon that the evidence that the present delegates
were Improperly elected ls sufficient to warrant
the railing ot a new convention. The central '
committee, having the report be/ore them, will be
asked to dec ide whether to call a new convention
| or not. This ls the important question that will
come berore the committee. It ls stated that a
canvass has b?-en made or t he members or the committee.
which shows that at least two-thirds will
tavor a new convention.
A POINT-HAS HKEN RAISED
which, it I.? claimed, will give the delegates elected
at the new convention the prima racle certificates,
and that the national committee will place their
names on the roll in preference to Messrs. Conger !
anil Carson until the rights or the contestants be
determined. The new delegates will not only have
their credentials signed by the president and secretary
of the convention. but also the chairman and 1
secretary or the central committee will add their!
signatures to the efTect that the convention was
regularly called and regularly constituted. The
credentials or Messrs. Conger and Carson lack as
yet the signatures or the president and secretary or
the central committee, and it is said that owing to
recent developments these signatures cannot be
obtained. While the rules or the national committee
do not absolutely require more tinn the endorsement
or the chairman anil secretary or the
^invention, yet It lssatd that In the case or contesting
delegates the nam' s or the officers or the
state committee have presented a strong prima
r aele case for su-h credentials, and at previous convent
Ions such delegates hive been admitted pending
l he settlement or the contest.
Institute ok TnciiNOi.oov.?'The annual announcement
or the Institute or Technology, Boston,
will be or Interest to those intending 'to send
their sons to this ramous school. For the convenience
of applicants residing at a distance, entrance
examinations will be held May 29 and :x?, at
the Franklin school building In (his city. See advt.
Equitable c. b. Association.?The Equitable
has i?su<'d a card, giving a very plaiu statement or
t he aggregate amount or business transacted since
the organization or the association, which shows
steady and substantial prosperity, it also announces
that subscription books are now open tor
shares in the seventh Issue. Shares are 12.50 per
month. $1,000 in full is advanced on each share.
Assets, April 15, ism, f35fi,475.24. President, Thos.
Somervllle: secretary, Jno. Joy Edison?oillce,9i7 F
street northwest.
ABSOLUTELY I? LRE.
RRR OO T TAT.
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RRR O O YY AAL
R R O O Y AAA L
R R OO Y A A l.LLL
?BB A K K II NX If GGO
B B AA K K II NN N ft O
BBB A A KK II N N N G k
B B AAA K K II N NX G GO
BBB A A K K 11 N NN tiUO
rpp oo www iidd kek rkr
P POO WWW WD D K R H
PPP O O \V W WW D D KE RRR
P O O WW WW DDE R R _
P OO W W DDD KEK R
This powder never varies. a marvel of purity,
strength and wholesoms-nefw. More economical than !
the ordiuery kinds, and cannot he gold in eoini>etition i
with the multitude of low t?st, short weight, alum oxpbonphate
powders. Sold only in cant. Loyal Baking
Powder Co.. 106 Wall street, N. Y. opC
Vi amsutta Cotton,
8 CENTS.
Table Linen, 18c., 19c.. 25c.. 3.1c.. ?.Cc.
Feather Proof Bel Ticking-, 15c.. 18c.
Gcrster Spring Press Goods, 12Jtc.
Flannel Seaside Suitings, all coloie, 12>tfc.
33 ei riniac Calico, 4)sc.
Satin Parasols, lined, trimmed with Lace, $2.75.
Trxotine DrossGoods, lt>.
Tricotine Dress Got*;*. 25c.
40-.nch all-wool Black Casliiiierc, 60c.
Summer Silks. 37c.
Black Dress Silks, 95c.
40-inch all-wool Chudda Cloth, 30c.
Bojh' Cloths, Inc., 20c., 25c.
All-linen Napkins, red border, 5c.
Children's Fancy Hose, no warns, 15c.
Gents' Fancy Half Hone, no seams, 21c.
Ladies' Fancy Balbriggan Hose, 25c.
Fxtra large Bridal Quilts, 90c.
Straw Mat tins,', new patterns, 18c., 20c.
LARGE STOCK OF SIRING.DRESS GOODS.
TOWSON'S,
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
*r2C South Side, near Market.
ENERVATION AND LASSITUDE of SPRING j
time are but indications of the slu/gish action of
the blood, overloaded with carbonates accumulated by !
the use of heating food iu winter. This condition may
be remedied by the use ofAYKB's Sarsaparilla, the
best blood purifier known.
AS A RUPERB HAIR DRESSING AND RENOyator
Aver's Hair Vigor is universally commended.
It eradicates scurf and dandruff, cures all
eruptions and itchings of the scalp, promotes the renewed
growth of the hair, and surely prevents its fading
or turning gray. ap.y
1^ ancy Silks ; Colored Silks !!
black silks! surah silks!
RHADAME SILKS! MERVILIEUX SILKS!
SILKS, 37v. SILKS. 37.^. SILKS, 37,*:.
Handsome brocade silks, 75c.
BLACK and COLOUED SILKS reduced 25 cents on
cvtrj j uTu.
CARTER'S, 711 Market Space.
SILK and WOOL PLAID DRESS GOODS, 23c.
BLACK SILKS, SjM^ial Bargain, ^1.
^' S'S VEII.ING. double width, pure wool?cream.
pink, blue and black, 37>*c.
COI.ORED SILKS, special barpiun, 75c
HEN HI ETTA CASH.VttRE (black), silk and wool, *1.
BLACK SILKS. si-eciaTl-argain, #1.25.
BLACK BROCADE GRENADIN1 S. pure silk, 75c.
black satins. 50c. colored satins, 50 .
BROCADE SILKS-Pink, cretun, blue and white, $ 1.
NI N'S \ RILING, beautiful lace Rtyle, pure wool 25c
BEAUTIFUL SPRING DRESS GOODS
S1I.K and WOOL PLAIN DRESS GOODS *>V
SII.Kand WOOL CHECKED DRESS GOODS 25c
SILK and WOOL PLAID DRESS GOODS 25c'
| BLACK CASUMERE SHAWLS, pure wool. *1.50.
CASH PRICES. NO CREDIT.
CARTER'8, 711 Market Space.
T I L E 8
i
Fom
Fireplaces. Wainscoting*, Vestibules and Mantel Decorations.
wood manteij4
constructed especially for Latrobe Stove*, having TILE
ORNAMENTATION, are furnished at about the cost of
Slate Manti Is, that house owners of nu derate means
may beautify their homes with these Artistic Features.
wood .11 an te i
of ell grades, in Oak. Cherry and Mahogany.
Also SLATE MANTELS for thoec who arc not tired of
them.
a new thing in vases
for Cemeteries and lawns, having a Reservoir Attachment
holdimr sufficient water to last ten to fifteen days,
securing a vi*orvus growth of plant*
bistio seat*, chairs, *c.
"Economy is the prudent use of means to a desired end'
THE ECONOMY OAS COOKING STOVES
ce offered with tl.e fullest guarantee as the beat aid in
duuiestic economy and convenience,
BRONZE PLAf'QURM, TRAYS, PANKIJ9 ud
ancient armor,
la faithful npieduction. artistically displayed In oar
m rooms.
HATWARD k HUTCHINSON,
aptl-lm 43* 9th street.
^HE WASHINGTON SAFE DEPOSIT db)(PAKT.
No. 916 Pennsylvania avenue northwest.
With it* fire and bnrstarproof Vaults with all the
laN-ss iniivoycatrnta, and a structure unsurpassed in
character and completeness by any building for a similar
pnrpi*w in tho country.
Wm. ? Hel?Tott. PrealX toml Ortm, Sec. and Tress.
5* v> * W. W. Greenfield, Asa't See.
* a*??
* *'
Tlae Odd Fellonrs' Celebration*
how the sixtt-fifth ankivkrj5akt will be observed
to-morrow.
To-day Is the sixty-fifth anniversary of the Independent
Order of Odd Fellows. Arrangements have
been made to celebrate to-morrow by appropriate
exercises at the Foundry M. E. church, 14th and G
streets, commencing at2 o'clock. The membership
will assemble at their respective lodge rooms and
proceed to the church. The exercises at the church
wilt be conducted by the pastor, Rev. Dr. H. K.
Naylor, who will deliver an address appropriate to
the occasion, and will be assisted by Grand Chaplain
Rev. Richard Emmons, and Grand Secretary,
Rev. p. Hall Sweet, The following have volunteered
and will assist In the musical exercises: Miss
UracSe Dufour, who will give a voluntary on the
organ; Mrs. Bettle Havenner-McEwen, Miss Annie
Charlton and Messrs. Wm. Watson and Joseph P.
Smith, and Prof. J. W. Garland (blind), organist,
rhe committee of arrangements are Oliver Dufour,
M. D. Montis and A. B. Smith.
The uniformed battalion of Patriarchs will celebrate
by a Darade on Monday afternoon, starting
at three o'clock, and by a grand musical and literary
entertainment and hop at Masonic Temple at
night, in which the following-named persons will
M,sa tCarrle l'ryor, Miss Ada ober, Mr.
111 Harmer, Mr. Will Palmer, Messrs. Keck and
Russell, J. Mawdsley, Mr. D. C. Bangs, Miss Hattle
i. Dalton, J. E. and B. F. Taylor, Mrs. Man G. Foxwell,
Mrs. Belle Bradford, Miss Annie L. Kaiser and
Messrs, Brookings and SellTert, Mr. Cryptl Palmonl,
Miss Flora B. Ilulden, Mrs. Flora Dennlson and Geo.
L>. Scott.
Does This Interest l[our
WE HAVE PURCHASED ONE HTNDRED
PAIR OF EDWARD HARRIS' CASSIMERE
PANTALOONS, GOOD VALUE AT $7.50 A
PAIR-NO HOUSE IN THIS COUNTRY SELLS
THEM FOR LESS. WE ARE GOING TO GIVE
YOU TIIE BENEFIT OF OUR PURCHASE
AND OFFER THEM AT $:>.00 A PAIR. REMEMBER
WHEN THIS LOT IS GONE THE
SAME MAKE OF GOODS COSTS YOU 87.50
A TAIR.
IN OUR BOYS AND CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT
WE ARE PREPARED IN THE FULLEST
SENSE OF THE WORD TO CATER TO
THE WANTS AND .TASTES OF OUR JUVENILE
COMMUNITY. TO DREsS YOUR
CHILDREN PROPERLY BITING THEM TO
HEADQUARTERS-THATS HERE. A BASE
BALL AND BAT PRESENTED TO EVERY
PURCHASER IN THIS DEPARTMENT.
a. saks & co.,
leading clothiers and tailors,
?p25 SIC and 318 Seventh Street.
Springing A Surprise
UPON THE PUBLIC.
We have no desirc'to aprenr liefore tlift public as limp
garts, but we must, in Justice to ourselves, state that a
very lucky investment at Just the right moment has enabled
us to offer to the people of Washington and vicinity
a baiyain lot of Fine, Clotliiuir. When we say fine
we mean something superior to that usually found in
clothing stores anil the low terms at which we recur* d
the goods enables us to make the following1 extraordinary
offers:
All-wool Cheviot Suits 4 7.25
All-wool Cassimere Suits 8.50
Imported Cassimere Suits 10.00
Imported Cassimere 4-button Cutaway T4.O0
Fine Corkscrew Suits ; s. 10.50
A Stylish Cutaway Suit 9.62
Fine Black Worsted Suits 10.00
Imported Worsted Suits 14 00
Imported Black Dress Suits 16.50
Indigo Blue Flannel Suits from $7 upwards.
We have a full line of Men's and Youths' Suits from
$5 25 upwards.
We have a full line of Boys' and Children's Suits from
12 upwards.
PANTS! PANTS!! PANTS!!!
We have a full line of Men's, Youths' and Boys' Pants
from $1.20 upwards.
Children's Pants from 50 cents up.
london and liverpool clothing co.,
f . I
CORNER SEVENTH AND O STREETS ?r>24
1884: F?R SI RIXG AND SUMiIEK 1884:
e. g davis.
719 MARKET SPACE
i
A? v ( make PLACK GOODS a specialty wc are consequently
always on the lookout for baiyuins. With this
object in view we are addin .- daily to our stock MANY
NEW and DESIRABLE FABRICS?such as VELVET
AND SILK GRENADINES, CRAPE DE CHINE. CAN- !
TON CRAPE. TWISTED SILK HERNANI, JERSEY
SURAH, INDIV I' NO EE, LOUIoINE. SATIN LUXOR.
BROCADE SILKS and SATINS. LUPIN'S WOOLENS,
CASHMERES, CARMELITE ROYAL SURAH,
ARMURE SUBLIME. NUNS' VEILING. ALBATROSS
and many other choice articles well worth the inspection
of can fill buyeis.
tST SO iROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS.
e. g. davis,
719 MARKET SPACE.
We offer this week one lot REAL KID GLOVES, four
buttons, at *1, one lot UNDRESSED KID. four buttons,
at 87c.; one lot REAL LISLE THKEAD GLOVES, at
25c. These are extra good bargains, and will sell fast.
Stock of PARASOLS, SUN UMBRELLAS, LACES,
TRIMMINGS. BUTTONS. &c? complete.
tir BEST GOODS AND LOWEST PRICES.
?1 '24 E. G. DAVIS.
Any DAY
WHEN YOU HAVE A LITTLE LEISURE TAKE A
LOOK AT
our display of business suits.
It is our pleasure to show tlx m. The cssnrtmcnt is
laige and varied, aud ts nice as can be t reduced.
OUR ALBERT FROCKS AND FOUR-BUTTON
CUTAWAYS
should not be overlooked. Their Fit is faultless, made
and trimmed in every w<y equal to custom-nude garments,
except in price, which is about one-third less.
GENTLEMEN WITH A PREJUDICE AGAINST
READY-MADE CLOTHING SHOULD HF-g
THIS DISPLAY.
ROBINSON, PARKER k CO.,
THE FINEST CLOTHING READY-MADE,
819, 9. e. cobiseb seventh and d streets,
ap33
Gkiat Bargains
\
ik fine boots and shoesl
Having purchased the entire stock of a well-known
^^ of m?16"' flne rul Button shoe^m
b, c and d widt ha, we have concluded to sell the *??"
2 PER PAIR
JSBBSSSStSSTJiS' w,u* "-Mi?
Oaogbrti fine Shoes in every width, and cheaper than
Boom BUppwa from lSe. np,
"boss in great variety.
. I0io*a '?r Men and Boys, are too well
lUMiro toueea nieiiUojL Ifrhoevtsr wants a rood Shoe,
superior to custom-made, should try a pair of them.
We guarantee all Shoes we sell. If a pair does not
wear sai^sfac Uty we cheerfully give anothtr pair in
A call 1* solicited at
SINSHEIMER k BROS.,
M6 7th and 3161M streets,
TrantteM at Senl Eatate.
IX?eds In fee havniieen led as follows; W. E.
Edmonston to Michael Mian, w. # ?, so. 100;
J2.200. Edmund Flam: to Ellsha Goddard, lot C,
"Widow s Mite;" $650. Charlotte M. Wine to Sandy
Alexander, x lot 30, sq. km; . Jos. Repettl to
Louts Tllleux, , sq. 907; $8,000. Jos. B. Moore to
Catherine C. McAvoy, part 54. sq. 24; fl,230. Sarah
E. Taibert to Samuel J. Bolph. part of Aaron, In ,
county; $250. Barbara Kattman to Lena TeaKle,
part 22, sq. 499; $ . Barbara Kottman to Louisa ,
Lelmbach, lot 22, da; $ . W. T. Keenan to Jos.
Forrest, part 14, sq. 5ft $1,080.
Sr. Mark's CnracH Rbcnion.?Yesterday was 1
St. Mark's day. and the nwmbersof St. Mark's P.
R. parish celebrated the fifteenth anniversary of ,
the founding of their church. At a meeting held
In the church at 7 o'clock an Interesting address
was delivered by Rev. Dr. Paret, of Epiphany
church. Mr. (ioodhaft, of the vestry, made a
report concerning the projacted new church, showing
that the site and. foundations, which have been
paid for, have cost about $B,000, and there is money
on hand to continue cfce work. After the service at
the church, a soclaWe anlhreunlon, with music and
refreshments, was held at McCauley's haiL
(JuTICURA
A POSITIVE CURE FOR EVERY FORM OF SKIN
AND BLOOD DISEASE. FROM
PIMPLES TO SCROFULA.
TO CLEANSE THE SKIN. Scalp, and Blood of Itcb,
ing. Scaly, Pimply. Copper Colored, Scrofulous, Inherited,
and Contaxions Humors. Blood Poisons. T'lcers,
! Abscesses, and Infan'ile Skin Tortures, the Cvticcra
Remedies are infallible.
CUTICURA RESOLVENT, the New Blood Purifier,
Diuretic, and A;-crier t. expels disease germs from the
blood and inspiration, and thus removes the cause.
CcTicrRA. the threat Skin Cure, instantly allays Itching
and Inflammation, clears the Skin and Scalp, heals i
Ulcers and Sores, restores the Complexion. Cuticura j
Foap. sn exquisite Skin Beautifier and Toilet Requisite, !
is in lisponsable in treating skin diseases, and for rough
rliappcd, or greasy skin, blackheads, blotches, and baby
humors. Cuticura Remedies are the only infallible
blood purifiers and skin fceautificrs.
CI:as. Houghton, esq., lawyer, 2fl State street, Boston,
reports a case of Salt Rheum under his observation for
ten years, which covered the patient's body and liinbs,
and to which all known methods of treatment had been
applied without benefit, trhich was completely cured
solely by the CuricuHA Remedies, leaving a clean and
healthy skin.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stebbins, Belchertown, Mass.,
write: Our little boy was terribly afflicted with Scrofula,
Salt Rheum and Erysipelas ever since ho was born,
ami nrthin?r we could give him helped him until we tried
Cuticura Remedies, which gradually cured him, until
he Is now as fair as any child.
H. E. Carpenter, Henderson, N. Y., cured of Psoriasis
or Leprosy, of twenty years' standing, by Cuticura
Remedies. The most wonderful cure on record. A dustpanful
of scales fell from him daily. Physicians and his
friends thought he must die. Cure sworn to before a
justice of the peace and Henderson's most prominent
citizefis.
*
Mrs. S. E. Whipple, Decatur. Mich., writes that her
face, head and some parte of her body were almost raw.
Head covered with scabs and sores. Suffered fearfully,
and tiled everything. Permanently cured by the Cuticuha
Remedies from a Skiu Humor.
! " " "
[ Sold by all druggists. Cutictra, 50 cents; Resolvent,
#1; Soap, 25 cents. Potter Drug and Chemi
ical Co., Boston. Mans.
| Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases." ap26
Xs Life W orth Living?
A clercryman recently asked a gentleman what answer
he should give to one of his flock who constantly recurred '
to the question, "Is life worth living?" The obvious
interpretation of such morbidity was instantaneous,
j "She lacks occupation."
La.-k of occupation leads to other symptoms of morbidity?ilrf
ss. for example. The man who has no other
occupation than to look in the glass imagines that "the
? eyes of Delaware are upon him," and it goes without
! saying that no tailor can please his fancy. His fancy of
; to-dry is not the fancy of yesterday.
When six garments are cut from "the same pattern, and !
| each oiu has a different fault, the conclusion might be i
: that the fault resid'-d elsewhere than in the garments.
, Here is where tact comes in. The tailor must never per- I
' mit tie; customer to suspvet his infirmity, but must
1 coincide with all liiscomnlaints. even though stultifying
' himself, for lie knows that if he hanjr up the offending j
articles for a few days the alterations suggested are complete,
and A'cn this he must not allow his patron to
know or even to guess.
It would not do to be candid with him any more than
it would answer to always tell the truth. To habituate
ones-self to tell every man that he is a fool makes one
to be shunned.
Every occupation that brings a man in contact with
others necessitates some degree of tact. Nature abhors
straight iines. She demands fidelity. The fidelity of
the tailor's art to the human form divine demands couforrnimr.
if irretrnlar. lines, and the correct application
thereof is daily ex< mplified by
HENXING, j
THE CLOTHIER,
410 SEVENTH STREET. ap25
, Seasonable Dry Goods.
15 pieces all-wool POLKA DOTS, 25c.
20 pieces genuine UER8TER8, 25c.
15 pieces all-wool striped FRENCH BUNTING, 45 i
inches, 25c.. Ju?t reduced from 5<lc.
100 pieces ASSORTED D/tESK GOODS, left over, 15o.,
former price it?.!*, and 00c. Some of these are very desij-able.
12 dozen all-wool JF.RSF.VS, $1.25.
13 dozen IMPORED JERSEYS, all black, $3.75?better
tha:i we ha\ e sold for S5?beautifully braided and pleated I
backs.
10 dozen PLEATED-BACK JERSEYS, $-1-blaek and
colors.
OUR PRICES ARE GUARANTEED.
GEO. J. JOHNSON,
ap25 71 > Market Space.
Kings Palace,
814 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
i
GREAT INDUCEMENTS
in
PATTERN HATS AND BONNETS.
Elegant Trimmed and Uutiimnied
CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' HATS,
In every Style and Shape. A choice Assortment of
LADIES' BONNETS AND I1ATS,
In Manilla, Milan, Canton. Fearl. Fine English Straw
ami Loop. Fine Selection of
FRENCH FLOWERS, TIPS,
BILKS AND SATINS, RIBBONS,
LACES AND KID GLOVES.
SAVE YOUR MONEY BY BUYING AT
KING'S PALACE.
C14 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
DON'T TURCHASE UNTIL YOU HAVE INSPECTED
OUR EXTENSIVJB STOCK. . apl8
Live And Lbakn.
We all have to doit Sometimes very disagreeable
facts. But we will give you a pleasant lesson. A lesson
you will like. Because it ruts money in your pocket.
Sometimes you want to make a present. You think
some article of Jewelry will do splendidly. In this case
come straight to us. We will give you what you want
in fine rolled gold piste, warranted to wear, or in solid
silver at about one-half you have to pay in some other
places for it. We carry an immense line.
Pins in Boiled Plate, Etruscan, Solid Silver. Black,
set with fine stones. Enameled, fee., &c.
Earrings with Paris Rhine Stones, real Jet,
Solid 8ilver, Etruscan, Crap^ fee., fee.
Bracelets, wide and aarrow, enameled and plain, In
fine Rolled Plate, Solift&lver and Black.
Bangles in every style, latest designs.
Children's Bracelets and Celluloid Bracelets.
Necklaces in all styles for ladies', misses and children.
Silver and Plated Jersey and Hair Pins, lovely patterns.
Solid Gold and Plated Finger Rings in endless var iety.
Sleeve Buttons and links in every possible style.
Lockets and Charms in utter profusion.
Vest Chains in rolled gold, fire gilt, shell, fee.
Scarf Pins hi the latest patterns, all pretty.
Fine Single Studs with fine Parisian Diamonds.
Collar Buttons, Studs, Bangle Charms, Bamboo
Chains, real Amber Necklaces, fine Rhine Stone Back
Combs, fee., fee., fee.
We do not mention any prices. We want you to enynn
and look at the goods. We never misrepresent any article.
But the main point is?you'll save money.
m. silverberg A CO.,
812 SEVENTH and 213 EIGHTH ST. N.W..
*
*p31 Near Pennsylvania avenue.
Cabinet Cafr.
lCaO 14TH STREET.
FALL fe LOVE.
Fir*t-el?st Metis. V'czlns?* tr.yi ; > b< I '5\ ki? ii?n at
4'JH?rr WuSth tnli'U llB
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Takes IS HOT WATER
CITIES AIDS
COSTIVF.NESS. DIGF.8TION.
TARRANT'S SELTZER APERIENT
RELIEVES REGUHTKS
HEADACHE. THE BOWELS.
CITY ITEMS.
. ]
11.adieu' Dnde Tie*
and Collars, 25C-; Indigo Blue Prints, fast colors.Sc.*
Figured Dress Goods, all shades, 8c,; Gauze Vests,
high and low nock, and long ai*l short sleeves?35c.;
yard-wide Percales, 6vc.; Madame Thompson's
Corsets, 75c.; India Linen, lOc,.(last year, 15c.) Bargains
In Parasols and Jerseys. New shades Illuminated
Dress Goods. Bleached cottons and Sheets i
lugs at cost. stern's, i ,
2 904 7th. betwee n I and K. j ;
WiSbor'H Compound of Pure Cod?Liver > ]
Oil nnd Lime. j j
The advantage of this compound over the plain 1
Oil is, that the nauseating taste of the Oil is re- ,
moved, and the whole rendered palatable. The offensive
taste of the oil has long acted as a great objection
to Its use; but In this form the trouble Is entirely
obviated. A host of certificates might be
given here to testify to the excellence and success of
"Wilbur's Cod-I.lver oil and I.lme;" but the fact
that it Is prescribed by the medical faculty is sufficient.
For sale by A. B. Wilbur, Chemist, Boston,
and all druggists. ' eo
DnrkeeS Salnd DrrMinv.
A rcadv-made, rich and delicious dressing for all
salads of meat, fish or vegetables. Cheaper and
Infinitely better than home-made. Unrivalled as a
sauce.
Tf?e Patent Perfect,
and a full line of all the llnest brands of razors.
The diamond razor paste and Russia leather strops,
at the Kodgers Cutlery Store, 487 J'enna. ave. n.w.
All our best razors kept In proper shaving con- ?
dltion free of charge. 1 1
Oyster Arrival* Dally*
621 B street northwest, hard and soft crabs, Lynnhaven
oysters, Cherrystone oysters, New \ork
oysters, Little Neck clams and clams. Families, l
Hotels and Kestauranta supplied. Young snapper
terrapins, at White's. 7
Prlffjf'M Jewelry Store.
Rhine stones in Diamond Settings; new Bracelets j
and Scarf Pins. No. 457 Penna ave. 1
Vermont Tlaplc Sugar,
of fine flavor and strictly pure, sold by MeCaulcy A
Dellwlg, 209 Penna. ave.. Capitol Hill, and Dellwlg
& McCuuley, cor. of 2d and C streets northeast. 3 j
c
Consumption* .
This fell destroyer has brought a blight to many
a promising life and sadness to many a home circle.
There Is 01# remedial agent that will assist nature J
In throwing off this terrible disease, viz: Speer's
Port Wine. It has been used by hundreds with wonderful
success, has checked the progress of disease,
and brought thousands back to health. For
sale by all druggists. s&w
JohnHon's
Ladles' and gents'oyster and dining saloons, 440and
442 9th street northwest. Every delicacy In season.
Polite attention. Ladles' siloon first floor. 3
Brown's Hronrbial Troches
will relieve Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, consump- .
tlve and Throat Diseases* They are used always .
with good success. eo
.
Cnsliing Process f<iquorw for medicinal
use; warranted chemically pure; sold by all druggists.
Jas. F. Mcuee, sole agent, 404 9 n.w.tu,tli,s,lm
Bicycle Stiirts and Stockings, Men's and 1
Boys sizes from 50c. to $-1, all shades. Special rates J
to clubs; samples free, at Auerbach's, 7th and II. eo
Burnett's Cocoaine,
the best of all hair dressings.
It allays Irritation, removes all tendency to
dandruff, and Invigorates the action of the capillaries
In the highest degree, thus promoting a
vigorous and healthy gruwth of hair. Its effect
upon the glossiness and richness of the hair Is such
as cannot be surpassed.
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are the best, eo
** Buchu-Paiba*"
Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kidney, Bladder
and I*Unary Diseases. $1. Druggists. 6 t
Lundborg's Perfume, Edema eo ^
l.undborgS Perfume, MarechalNlel Rose, eo
Lundborg's Perfume, Alpine Violet, eo c
Liundborg'u Perfume, Lily of the Valley, eo j
J. n. Laroquc'n Elimer of Calisaya ,
Bark c
Has, for more than half a century, been in use by r
all classes of people, and Indorsed by eminent phy- I
slclans as the best tonic and Invlgorator extant. 1
The weak, the nervous, the debilitated, all find It j
to give new life, vigor and happiness. Particularly
a ladv's medicine, fl a bottle, sold by drug- f
gists. W. E. Thornton, Proprietor, Baltimore and J
Harrison streets, Baltimore, Md. tu,th,s-6m
Furs Bcceived on Storage. t
Guaranteed against damage by moth and fire. J
im B. 11. Stisemetz & S0N,_l2i7 Penna ave.
Maryland Club Whiskey, f
the finest extaut. McGee's, 9th, near D. m,w,s^3 On
Tliirty Bays' Trial. J
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich., win send
Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic Belts and
Electric Appliances on trial for thirty days to men
(young or old) who are afflicted wit h nervous debility,
lost vitality and kindred t roubles, guaranteelng
speedy and complete restoration of health and 1
manly- vigor. Address as above. N. B.?No risk Is
Incurred, as thirty day#' trial 1s allowed. w,s,ia
For Gold and Silver Trimmings
go to Meyers, 922 7th street northwest. w&s,3m
Alderney Dairy Wagon*."
Fresh Alderney Butter, churned every morning,
and delivered In half-pound "Ward" prints, 45c. per
ejuhd. Also, Cottage Cheese, Buttermilk and Sweet
Ilk, 5c. per quart. Cream 15c. pint.
EDUCATIONAL. \
MASST INSTITUTE OF TECH XOLOGY,
BOSTON. MASS.
EXAMINATIONS IN WASHINGTON.
Regular four-year courses in Civil, Mechanical Mining
and Electrical Enginci-ring. Architecture, Chemistry,
Physics. Natural History, etc. Students are also admit- a
ted to partial or special courses. Next school year e
begins SEPT. 29. 1SH4. Entrance examinations will In?
held at the rooms of the School Board. Franklin Build- 1
iirg, 13 th and K st?? Washington, D. C., at 9 a. m., MAY j
29 and 80. 1884. Preliminary inquiries may be made of
Prof. J. II. Blodoett, Census office, 7th st., opposite P.
O. Department. WEBSTEtt WELLS, Secretary. ]
FRANCIS A. WALKER. President. ap26-s&w,4w ;
1 QOO K STREET NORTHWE8T. FRENCH
lO^O lessons. Spring term now organizing. ,
MLLE. V. PRUD'HOMME teaches the Natural Method,
her pupil*, adults and children; learn to converse in a .
short time; much p ins taken with the pronunciation
of the Ijinguajre. Special advantage* cflered to puj>ils j
wishing to study during the summer. apll-lm
MECCA IX MUSIC?BY BEQUEST OF NUMEROUS
friends and pupils, I will remain this Fummer and i
instruct at minced rates. Singing and Piano by my
shortest method. All those desirous to be brousnt out
in operas, parlors, etc., will have their voices trained
quickly to the very hiurliest culture. More voices are -1
reouired now for tliis rummer concerts anil oratorios, at j
PROFESSOR DE %\ OLOWSKI'S's Musical Institute.
940 New York avenue ap4
HOWE'S BUSINES8 SCHOOL. 517 7th St.. HAS THE
best business lynmau and the most practical instruction.
Bookkeepinsr taught without text-books, en- ,
ablintr scholars to gain a practical knowledge in less than
half the usual time. Oj>cn all the year. Business course
in Bookkeeping, Penman shin. Arithmetic, Spelling and
Coiresi>ondeuce. #5 a month: C12 for three months.
Howe's Rapid Business Penmanship alone, $3. ap'i
CPENCERIAN business college ONCOLK ]
p Hall Building, corner 9tb and D streets. Day and
Night Sessions. Complete in its arrangements for
training sons and daughters, and men and women for
self-support, usefulness and honoratl'j iudej>endenee.
Scholarship for year, from data of entrance, day or
night. #50. 1 or quarter, day, #i?; night. ?16. Students
received every mouth in the year., Spring and summer
btationa. Circulars ruailod on application. ]
HENRY C. SPENCER Principal.
MRS. SARA A. SPENCER. Vice Principal. mh'19
JK. SCHEEL. ORGANIST. TEACHER OF PIANO
and VOCAL MUSIG Particular attention to beginners,
as well as those wishing to be Qualified for
Performers or Teachers. Terms <11. 734 12th n.w. ap8 1
ASHINGTON CONSERVATORY OF MU8IC, MU- i
sic Hall, corner 7th and D northwest Entrance t
707 D. Fifteenth year. Free advantages. O. B. BUL- 1
LARD. Director. mh22-2m? 1
ASHINGTON ACADEMY OF TELEGRAPHY. !
Only School of Telegraphy in the city; lessons in J
short-hand, mechanical, and other drawing; Call ana
see system of teaching. 18 6th at. s.e. mal0-2ro (
rjlHE BERLlTiS school OF lanquagjd <
WASHINGTON, D. C. 723 14th st n. *
BALTIMORE. MD., 75 Franklin st.
BOSTON. MA8S- 154 Tremont st <
PBOVLDENCK B. L. 264 Westminster it 1
new french. german. spanish. italian and 1
english classes formed now. 1
OfBce hours, from 3 to 6 pi. m. ftblfl 1
usical academy.
itil dk sales street. j
>16-7m j. p. caulfielp. j
T?RIEND8> SELECT SCHOOL. _
F An Elementary and High School for both sexas,
1 street, between 18th and 19th streetv northwest So- 1
trior advantages. Terms moderate. Pupils received
any time and charred from date of entry. Apply ?
school rooms from a. m. to 3pm,
raO&.W. 8IDWELL.
UAn Friadpsl. ,
ES,
E^?9Umi?S
Penmanship. U. S. mM
mony. Address 101310th street northwest au21 .
TtAVXDa t, JOHNSON^ ORG ANIST AND CHOIR 1
1/ Master, 11)910th street northwest Private lesKtos
?1 per hour, pubiw voteo classes 00 ceste ?ac month. [
vUHSn* <
= AMUSE!
Barnuii And London N ink U:
which imported, own
only t$00.0<
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athletic park, 9th and s streets. M v >
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monday and tuesday, M M
Royally and Trans<vndently Magnificent Celebration o
Uniting Nine M>
Nine Monster. Massive, Colossal bhows in One. ami cach
thing New i
And capital >ucm?nt.x! to S3,900,0<
P. T. BARNUM, JAMES A. BAILEY ANDJAMES L HU
3 Grand Triple Alliance Circus, with Thr
2 _ Enormous Double Menageries <
1 Hn?re Elevated stwe for si?e, ial
1 Roman Hippodrome with Gl*d
1 Immense ffllmolxidckl Omifmw
1 Mammoth Museum of the Wcr
~9
The Greatest Assembly of Curious Human Beincs eve
rfars constant and iwivwteiit rwwarciieM in almost ever* p
scientists and naturalists, and a never-ceasing source of ?
if the country. Exhibited here 1:1 this city for the first tin
lan Cannibals, Zulu ?'hicfs. Japanese. Chinese, Syrian < !
Aztecs, or Ancient Snn-wornhiptier*. Afghans, Hindus, lv
Indiana, Boomerang Carters and rnauy others.
10 elephants. 40 eleit
ONLY TWO BABY ELEPHANTS
jumbo,
chang. the goijath of his race
Three hundred of the mrst phenomil
Equestrian, Agonistic, Bidexteroui
80 Circus and other arte in three
_. ? .... Every Matinee precisely sim
Giants, Jnulgets, Dwarfs, Skeletons. Fat People, Heath'
3 immense rings, 45 f
in which will be seen only the fon
3 mammoth double menageries
In which are 32 Camels, Baby Omels, Hatiy Sea Lions, I
representative s of nearly every race. auiuml. beautiful bin
nore kuowled^i can l e gaineu in one hour than in month:
most brilliant parade ever made
only real r0
klork people?duplicate sets of tents?mod
times a bigger show molt
only exhibition which the mora
For the comfort of those who desire to avoid the crowc
reserved .numbered chairs can be puixhas d at
ford's opera hoi
On the Day cf Exhibition only.
Positively no Free Tickets given away. 30.000 Peats. gi
!5 cents. Reserved Numbered Chain, extra. Two per for:
iowmcncca at 2 and 8 p. m.
Baltimore. Two Days, ^Wednesday a
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A singularly charming. infinite
by the madison squ
A cast of such rare excellence as to
elegant com
the scenic beauty
ind the real water of the brook is
especial note.-this delicious play is a
able seaj-on of the opera house now
1ng finer in comedy on any
the english lan
matinees wednesday and saturday.
rational rj! heater.
emma abbott both matinee and night.
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grand opera company.
to-night?triple bill.
Rossini's Charming Comic Opera,
"barber of seville."
llso, Emma Ablxitt will sin* grand aria from "Tiavita
" and her celebrated ballrd.
"DOWN UPON THE KUAN EE RIVER."
ibbott, Roeiwald, Canipobelio, Brodtrick, Allen and
Castle.
monday, april c8-McCAULL opera comiquf.
!om pan y?the beggar student?deslrie.
ap26
rhe ladies in charge of the
"church orphanage."
io. 525 20th street n.w., seeing the importance and neesslty
of securing fund# for tho enlargement andiroirovement
of the Orphanage. have decided to hold a
fcizaar at Willard's Hall, opening on the evening of
Jouday, April 28th, at 8 o'clock, and continuing until
Thursday evening. May 1st.
On Tuesday evening a concert will be given; tickets
or which will be $1. Tickets for the concert can be
tad at Mrs. McKeevcr's, 1608 h street n.w., or any of
he lady managers.
Mrs. wm. h. Emory, president: Mrs. Chubb, sec reary;
Mrs e. f. rig-s. purser; Mrs. Montgomery Ulair,
irs. John Davis, Mrs. d. r. Hagner. Mrs. w. a. l^on,rd,
Mrs. Laughton, Mrs. George h. Pendleton, Miss
jlymer, Miss Johnston, Miss McKcan. Mrs. t. b. Ferruson.
Mrs. Dorshcinier, Mrs. Biddle, Mrs. Ixater.
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pord's. audiences delightedto-night
and saturday matinee.
Production of Johann Strauss' Beautiful Opera,
queen'8 lace handkerchief.
Jew and Beautiful Scenic Effects! Elaborate and
Costly ICoaturues! Increased Orchestra and
a powerful Cast! Large and Effective
Chorus!
monday next-the rajah,
from the madison square theater.
All thf Original Scenery and the Original Cast.
The Greatest of all Productions.
Sale of reserved places now ready, at the regular Granatin
prices. aUi
&rand athletic exhibition
By the Advanced Class of the
baltimore y m. < a. gymnasium,
tuesday, april 29. at 8 p. m..
in the new y. m. c. a. gymnasium.
1409 and 1411 New York avenue. *
Admission. 60 Cents. Tickets limited to 400. For sale
it Association office and Elphonso Youngs, 428 9th
treet. ap24 3t
New TnEATER^comique.
harry montague Stage Manager.
monday. april 2l
Regular Matinees: Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
Another new company! twenty stflrs! The screaming
opening sketch, baked a' ive! aside-splitting
romance of a Dutch Oven.
sew Grand Olio! Plcasureable Delicacies! Spicy BonBona!
Sensational Gim-Cracks! Blend<-d into
hree hours of bubbling fun, concluding with a highlyseasoned
comedy, entitled
tpside down: or, an uproar in a photograph
gallery!
Written by Harry Montague.
Scenes and incidents suggestive of the title, winding up
with the wild, enchanting Pom-Pom Quadrille.
p21 Look out for the Negative.
Baltimore Musical Festival,
april 30th, may 1st, 2d and 3d.
4aterna, w1nkelman, scaria. theodore
thomas and his
famous orchestra,
jmma juch, emily win ant, theo. toedt
and franz remmertz.
Programmes snd full particulars at the Music Stores
round trip tickets at greatly reduced
bates, on and after april 4th, at
the railroad offices. m?-sktu4w
Dime museum.
Another Great Show. All new. beautiful
ind wonderful. Every afternoon and night this
ireek, America's latest and greatest sensation, the Ellsworth
Zouave Children, marvels of military skill,
tableaux, Ac.; the charming couple, Matthews and Harris;
the beautiful Preston Sisters: M'lle Mabel; the
gladiator of the gymnasium, DeWitt Cooke: MuUdly
ind More land; Dflks and Gray; Alf. Kelly, Willetts and
rhorne, and many others, with M'lle lues, the snake harmer
and fire-eatw Mammoth Ox and hosts of other
Jurioslties. Admission to all, only 10 cents. ap21-6t
pAIR OF THE CORCORAN CADET OOBP8.
I'o be held In Masonic Temple, APRIL 31st to 36th, Indus!
ve. Single admission 10 cents; afsnn ticket, admitting
lady and gentleman, CO cents.
Dancing commencing at 10 o'clock. ap!7-9t*
CHOICE SEATS FOB
FORD'S THEATER
forsale at Brentauo's Book Store, 11th street and Pennlylvania
avenne.
DICYCLESL
D TRICYCLES a >|Bji j
BOYS' BICYCLES and VELOCIPEDES A SPECIALTY. ,
PURCHASERS TAUGHT FREE.
Repairing executed promptly in ths moat skBlfnl
nanner. j
Boys' Bicycles sold on instalments.
WM. a SCBIBNER'S 1
Rnmo schoou i
not B street northwest j
1
GENTLEMEN will tod tt to ?*?r '
advantage to inmct orn stock ci
BpiingW'esr before making purchases
TYSSOWSH BROS-, . .
Corner 11th and G streets northwest sp4
1
1
OTAUSm. 49* Hn 8TBEXT NOKTHWKST? 1
a ]
HKNTB. r
s*itei> Monstfk Shows!
S AND EXHIBITS THE * ,
X> SACRED
FFK PPP H H A NN * TTTt
E P P H II AA NX N T
EK PI'P HHHAANNN T <
!. F. P H H AAA N NN
.1.1 J. EKK P H H A A M KM V ^
EACH A CHRISTIAN COUNTRY.
MM A r T ?K5S 4
KM AA Y Y f ** _.
AM A A Y Y 5 TH AND SKIW TH \
M AAA Y .- ?> f ^ J
M A A Y "*? *W* .
f the fourth year of the Om*t unJ Mighty Comjiact
meter >huw?.
Show increased to astouiuliuir proportions, w'th Every" " ?
and Novel.
)J and daily oincnsw to
TCHINSON g0lr owner*.
ee Fiill Companies. in Thiw Kins*. 3
>f WiUl *n,l Traiin-d Beasts. j
and hidi-rlaw porformanc.-.-i.
Iistorial Conlmtn and 8port*. | ?
of htrsnwe and Navarre Tnl??,
Id's Wonders and Curiosities. j
9
r ?>en together on esrth Collected otilr after thrw?
ortion of tin* known world# Os imal. uUM. Itcncflt tef
oulcnitent to ladle*, children an.1 the adult hin,.amty *
n-'. and contaimti* Hur;ue*e. N >l?.vi Warrior \u?<raPaiwr.-nisns.Buddhists,
IU : Indians. t\.d.. I .-. fie.
al Nautch Dancing Girl> >U.xt c\ r here>, and sii'Ul
UNTS 40 El.LJTIANTS.
ever born in Captivity.
J U II 1< o,
AND TIIE TALLEST GI ANT ALIVE.
lally expert and darine Artists. ^
8 Atlethic an I Sci,?nt ti- IY?t*.
rlnc* mid won a t >ir SO
ilarto SMil l'? rtornuuice
us, Savages, idolaters. and myriads of other Curios.
EET IX DIAMETER. 3
. most and most famous Artists.
OF WILD AND TRAINED BEASTS. *
jaby Ponies, Baby K?i!^*ro>w. Thrcrs. Lions and living
l and curious brute known to < list, and from which
s from books.
OX EARTH, from the ground?, et H 30 A M.
(MAX RACES.
?*. ?(i^*Sr??,VKN TRAINS OF CARS AND FOUB
IAL E\E L\ER GAZED l'I"ON.
L CLASSES DELIGHT TO PATRONIZE.
Is on the KToimds. COUPON TICKETS, GO<>I) FOB
the usual slight advance at
USE BOX OFFICE.
Teral Admiration 50 cents. Children under nine veara,
[nances every day. Door* o|>eii at laud 7. Perfomianoa
Lxd Thursday. May 7 th And 8 th#
A H II . AT FORD'S
AA H H I
A A HHH % * > OPERA HOUSE 1
AAA H H _ (
A A H H _ ' NEXT WEEK.
LY BRIGHT AND PICTURESQUE PLAY.
ARE THEATER COMPANY.
SURPASS AI.L THE PAST IN BRILLIANT AND
EDY TALENT.
OP THE GLADE SCENE.
ALSO A MARVEL OF INGENIOUS CONSTRUCTION.
FIT CLIMAX OF THE BRILLIANT AND FXNHIONDRAWING
TO A CLOSE. THERE IS NOXHSTAGE
AT THIS TIME, WHERE
GUAGE IS SPOKEN.
SEATS RESERVED AT THE I*ST* AL PRICES. 2?
Theatre Oomique.
SATURDAY EVENING. AFRIL V,.
THE EVENTS OF THE SEASON!!
GREAT INTERNATIONAL WRESTLING MATCH
Between
MATSADA SORAKICHI OF JAPAN,
The Police Gazette t hami ion Wr?ftler, wii > has dffeatcd
Edwin 1 ilibv,Capt. ,T??. C. Daly,
Andre Chriswl Lucien Mtuc,
Aud
DUNCAN C. ROSS.
Champion Athlete ol the World.
Conditions: Best Three in Five Falls, -laiwKse and
Catch-a*-<'atch-Cau Styles.
FOB A PCKSK OF $1,000.
RICHARD K. FOX. ?
Proprietor of the Police Gaxettc, to Select the Rcfereei
Hornfi.i^vii.i.f Df.pot, N. Y.. April 24.1884.
T. E Sni lbaker, Tlieater Caoiique, Wanliintrtoii, D.C.:
Sorakichi aud myself an- on our way to Waol>iu?toil.
Arrive Saturday morning- all ri^rht.
ai<24-:it DUNCAN C. ROSS.
J^INCOLN HALL.
THURSDAY EVENING, HAV L
WAGNER FESTIVAL CONCERT.
Positively the only appr-aranee in Washington of th?
principal artists of the Vicuna lmi>erial 0|<era:
MATERNA, SCARIA, WINKELMANN.
ENLARGED ORCHESTRA.
THEODORE THOMAS. CONDUCTOR.
Spe.-ial prosTam.?TANNHAUSER DIE WALKURE,
TRISTAN UXD ISOLDE, aiMl FALSIFAL.
Admission, t2; Reaervod places, fl extra. Tlie sale of
places will commence on Saturday mormnr. April 28,
under the direction of Messrs. Metgerott k Co. a24 7t
PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, Ar,
I^OR EUROPE.?DR LOOMIS' TENTH ANNCAL
JT Party to GERMANY. SW1TZERIAND and ITALY.
Strictly select and limited, first s ction, ou the City of M
Rome, June 14. 92 days, <750. Se? oiid section, ou the 1
State of Nebraska, Jan-; l.t. Kl ilaya, f6c0.
apl'i-?4w L C. IyOOMIS. ? ashimrton. D. C.
Coo K 8
CALIFORNIA EXCURSIONS.
THIRD ANNUAL TOUR.
Leaving New York on
WEDNESDAY, MAY 7th. 1681
9
A ma (mill cent pleasure trip of nearly two months.wlth
all expenses of transportation, sleeping and parlor cars,
hotel accommodation, meals <-n routs, carriage driven
etc., at greatly reduced rates, visiting
THE MAMMOTH CAVE OF KEXTUCKY.
THE GRAND SCENERY OF
THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN*
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA,
THE YOSEM1TE VALLEY AND BIG TREES,
SALT LAKE CITY.
ETC.. ETC.
The outward and return trips are by entirely different
routes.
Seud for a descriptive programme, free by mail.
THOS. COOK A SON. 261
Broadw ay New York. *
197 Washington street Boston.
337 Walnut street .Philadelphia.
mh5-wAs,17t
PROFESSIONAL.
USEFUL FEET '
and dally walka helnjr requisite to health, tlioi.sands,
from far and near, visit Dr. WHITE'S Estal'isliment.
1416 Pennsylvania avenue, opixmite Willard's Hot< 1, for
relief from, audlavoidance of. Corns, Buuioue, Diseased
Nails,kc. Dr. Whites' thirty-eighth year of protcsaiona
experience.
fee 91 a sitting. aril
|jj^E. ROai
RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT AND ASTROI.OOIST.
ran be consulted on business and all affair* of life
She has, for one month, reduced her fee to 50 cents.
Residence, 1910 11th st n. w. Hours from 9 a.m. to S ,
p.m. and from 8 to 9 p.m. mhl*
MME PAYN. (RESIDENT) , m.
MANICUfeE AND SURGEON CHTROPODTST.
Fingernails beautified, biting of nails enrrd. aild?eases
of the feet succescfuUy treated. Buufle treatment ?
of either hands or feet, 91- Rooms 5 ana 4. 9*5 Peon.
ave. n.w. Separate offices for ladies andgentlemen
N.B.?MME PAYN'fc MANiCCRF GOODS for sals by
?l] Druggists and Fane}' Goods dealers. ^lC-7n?
RS. M. A FRENCH. MAGNETIC HEALER AND
Business Medium, hss returned and taken her old
quarters at 1724 7th fctreet northw?*t, whe? she will fca
pleased to receive her many friends and patrons.ul5-4m
ME. BROOKE TELLS ALL THK EVENTS OF
LIFE All business confidential. Ladles and Gentlemen
60 cents each. 406 L street between Mi saaMk
streets northwest. )sl4-46w?
DENTISTRY]
& L SOOTT, DENTIST.
1) .
1307 F Street ?. *sanin?rton. D. OL /
rnsu ration of the natural tenth a specialty. mh3>
R, DUKE. DENTIST. 716 14TH STREET NORTHwest.
Beautiful sets of Teeth aad a perfect fit
th filled for 9L Extracting without pain, SOoenta,
All operations warranted. >iia.
FkR STARR PARSONS, CORNER tow A*D~I
Lfsfaeets a. w. FOhnga specialty also, the curs of
toothache withOTt extracting. A local 'ti?tfn'i need
on the jrams. aUeYieUs vain of satraoting. Uas give*.
Changes moderate. nj
Tu* NEW YORE Su*
REACHES WASHINGTON AT 11 A.*.
ON THE DAT OF PUBLICATION.
Jos Ray. T. C. CVtmU. 1. Brad. Adams, lea M.
tnprm. CWidlsr 4 Eerfd. aad \? ssldngton News Go,
kill sui ply u piuiupLy on orVr nr we wUl seed tt tar
Bali Ut U) U'nk a ui-'utk AdtirHM
1. tt. LNGLAXD, i'u'' The Sit v."
lithlS-Sm New Yuri Uty

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