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The M offtf-y nr tm. Chief sigsai officer, W \shiN'iTON, D.C., March :t, 1885, lOa. m. For tht; middle Atlantic states. warmer &? . weather. ! liowed in the northern portion by local rain* or -mows "southwesterly winds, !>?? mingbnsk on the failing barometer. FY.' Wednesdav. fair weather is Indicated for Tfnne^ iTi , tin- Ohio valley, the upf>er lake region ?ii i upper Missfs-ipni valley, and local niow in New England. and local rains in the northern portion oi tie middle Atlantic states. Important Notice. ?)cr city government l? In hotter o than ever before. The Comni's-ioner-ha\-paid :> -i ! attention te> Imfmvim our laws, a- w.-ll as tin; sanitary condition of the city. We have a splendid water supply; tiit* i.. t sew. :.!?? of an\ large city on the '* Tineat. <Mir ciinii.'.e is heaithfti!; our society delightful. Everywhere you ^o you will sec evi !e ac - of womii-rful thriti and progress. A magnificent future awaits Washington? trrea'.-r ?v< n than that of the republic. We will ^ -'lad to have v m buy real esiate and locate here. In case yn do this, call and see B. H. Warner. i?i?> K -m et n.w.. who will advise you e- to making Investments, lie i ays -.peeial attention to managing the property of non-residents, and has clients in every state and territory In the 1'nion. Any information desired will be gladly furnished to visitors without Charge. maik of thk ci ry may be hail gratis on application a: 11 i>- veal MUM otfiee of Tyler Jc Iluthertord, 122ti F st. n w. W anted.? l.ooo men and boys to sell "What B? at Blaine." Hopkins Bros., 2ot? 1'a. ave. 500 Canvah^ttrs wanted to sell Inaugural Prograin-. Cull at 9:;y Pennsylvania ave., second floor. ISArci ruiox Hats lust receivedat Franc's, cor. Tih and 1'. the only strictly one-price hat and ge s;t's funr -liing st re in this city? Hundrkhs ot gallons nf pure miik and eream at the popular Eureka Dairy. For the Inauguration.?Abundance of milk at Eureka Dairv.010 to 620 13th street northwest, near O. H. F. Breuninger. Senrin Vol r ordki:-) at once for milk and cream to the Eureka Dairy, 13th street, near G northwest. Fr.\ Wu.i. be Regnant at the Theater Com, Ique, Tuesday, March 3d, midnight, (treat show and grand ball till daybreak of March 4th. 500 Canvassers wanted to sell Inaugural Programs. Call at l?:>y Pennsylvania ave., second floor. a Pa net. Picture and a capstone setting of the Washington monument presented to every iilter during the next four weeks. The very best cabit et photographs S3 |K*r dozen, with a thirteenth painted, llui* Pennsylvania avenue. Ket.s Kemethy. (H arp against Inclement weather. Two windows still to rent. Uood view, warm, comfortable, respectable, R. Walzl, Imperial Studio, 477 Pa. av. B. H. Warner's Guide Book at all station rs and at his oflie-e, i?16 F street. Price ten Bents. Orations of Hon. Robert c. Winthrop and Hon. John W. Daniel, in a pamphlet of forty fcages, price 15c. For sale by Gray Jl Clarkson, Si>y Pa. uv*c. At all newstands. visit Picture Gallery, 411 7th street. Skating Kink open March 3d, 7 p. m. ROO Canvassers wanted to sell Inaugural Pr rums, tail at 039 Pennsylvania ave., seeon d'floor. kastMari -hinhShoes.-Halm's gent.'s SI.50; tackiess shoes. S2.50; hand-sewed solid comfort*, J'J.tMt and S2.50; tine button lace and Congress. ?4,50 and $5.00; best hand-stitched shies. & 10 7th street and 1022 Pennsylvania venue. Skating Ring open March 3d, 7 p. m. For tiif. Inauguration Baix.?Gent.'s patent bather pumps and oxford ties, SI.25, Fl.5') and SI.75; ladies' white slippers. SI.25; opera slippers, 5oe. to S2.?H>; beaded slippers, J1.50. Ilahn's, 81G 7th street and 1022 Pennsylvania avenue. Skating Rink open March 3d, 7 p. m. March Fourth the Herdic Phaeton Co. will fun their lines of coaches through, during the time Pennsv lvania avenue i- cleared of cars on March 4th, and will run as near Pennsylvania avenue as possible. Coaches ran be chartered to view the proce ssion at moderate rates. Inauguration.?< irand stand tickets can be Bee;:red at oti.ee of Brentano Bros., corner Pennsylvania avenue and 11th street, until 12 o clock to-night. Fusseli/s l< e Cream and Charlotte Russe, 14"J7 New York avenue. 500 canvassers wanted to sell Inaugural Programs. Call at 0oU Pennsylvania ave., second floor. Important Notice.?Our entire stock of boots and shoes at a great sacrifice, as we must Vacate by the 12th of March. No reasonable offer refused. Fixtures for sale. sinsheimfr a bro., SOS 7th street. for thf Inauguration bali.?Ladies' white and black satin, bronze, alligator, and beaded Slippers, newest designs, at Family Shoe store, 8lO 7th street northwest.* The House be.?taukant. under nail ofRepresentatives, is open all day for accommodation Of visitors and at night during night sessions. Inauguration.?Grand stand tickets can be pecured at "office of Brentano Bros., corner Pennsylvania avenue and 11th street, until 12 o'clock to-night. Iron Safes repaired. Speaking tubes. J. H K nettling. Inauguration.?Grand st:uid tickets can be secured at office of Brentano Bros., corner Pennsylvania avenue and 11th street, until 12 o'clock to-night. For Rent, six windows. 1012 Penn. ave. 500 Canvassers wanted to sell Inaugural Pr< grams. Call at 030 Pennsylvania ave., second floor. Success can only be predicted with safety of funuLae merit. This tne Violet Plug Chew'ing 'obacco po^-esses. An excellent substitute for adulterated trashy article-- put up and pufl'ed In elaborate style. Properly cured, contains no gritty particles, compact, best stock. Knowing how pure and desirable it is the propi*ietor> arc coniident of its tuture. Be on the il? rt against counterfeiters. Luchs do Bro., kgents. Inauguration.?Grand stand tickets can be ecured at ofli- e of Brentano Bros., corner Pennsylvania avenue and lltn street, until 12 o'clock to.night. Lightning 1:oi s.-5. ii. Kuehling, No. 419 12th street northwest. Artificial Eyes; eyesight. Hempler's, near 4^ at. C1T V A N in) 1 STRICT. Condensed I.nralo. Street ian: x s will i,e lighted at 0:20 p. m. and extinguished at 5:15 a.m. During tin* pre sent week In order to awm ni??late ; -.elar_;e number of visitors in the citytie National Mii>eum will bo open from 8 a. in. to 5 p. m. . , Copies of Thf. St \r of February 21 in wrappers. duly stamped, containing the full report of t li< monume nt 1. ?.ration, can he Had at the Counti ng r<H.ui in any quantities. John Mac k ieli from a cab at the corner of 3d FT"er and Pennsylvania avenue northwest last evening. He wa> taken to the 7ih precinct fetation in th< is.lice ambulance and was considerably shaken. The custom of holding an inaugural union crayer meeting during the time incident to the Inauguration ce: emoni. a to invoke the blessing ofl.'si ?ij?-ntlie incoming administration that Las been observed by tne Rev. Dr. J. (?. Butler titiniitr the past sixteen years, will t>e again observed by such a meeting at the Memorial Luther I'lace c-liurt-h tliisevening. Tlie meeting will l- conduc t* d by the Rev. Dr. Bartlett, End a number of ministers of other demoninationp are ej j-ctc-it t?? be present. i*. J. ? 'ark has tiled LiMs in equity against the Wa^Mngto.i I.ight company and tlie Wasbint;!on line k Machine company for an initinction to prevent them using a fire extinguisher, of which lie claims to be the owner. Thf coming Em \ncifationcelebration.? Mr. \\ . C. ('ha>e, chairman c >f t l?e * 'mancipation ce.nventi i.. has appointed the following committees on the eelebrsitloii: Committee on H-eakers, Mes,i.s. r. e. Stewart felia.imauk S. W. llerlM-rt. A. St. A. Smith. W. H. Black and ? . c. i'ha>c: eoinnntfee on military, Maj. C. A. Fleetwood, c apt. T. s. K< lly, company A, and C *1 t. W. P. c ray. ? c mpanv I'., Capital City Guard. M j. C. 1?. Fiiherand Capt. 1*. II. Slm?!' i s. other ce>ii inittees will be announced Hext week. Meeting or the hr mane Society.?A meet D'X c?f the executive committee ot the Humane ocit tv wa? l>id at the sx'if ty - rex?ms, on New l'erk aveniM ye-terdav atterncon. Judge MacArthur in the chair. Special Agent Kev was In-tructed to ce>mmunicate with the street car companies and request that during cold weather tl>e hiil horses thrvtughont theelty be Brovided with blankets e?roth? r w arm covering, rs. A. A Hayes and Mr. E. P. Newman, the Committee * a fountains, were authorized to ?rect another drinking fountain for horses and other uu inais on ?th >treet, near the Post Office department. The Presbytery c)k Washington.?This presbytery met at the New York avenuechurch Yesterday, Rev. Dr. Sunderland, moderator.and Rev. B. I*. Bittinger. stated e'lerk. After a discussion cone-erning the relations of the presbytery and the boaid of education, a special committee, consisting of Rev. Drs. Chester and Childs, Rev. Mr. Kelly and Ruling Eldsrs Depue and l^?ech, was%tppoii?4ed to take the lubjee-i into consideration and report at the Itated meeting e>f the presbptery in April next. Mr. Ed son Low e was set apart as a probationer fe>r the gospel ministry. The presbytery then fcdjourned to the 7 th of_April. Herzog's Museum.?"a Celebrated Case," the I nion Square Theater success. Don't ft.il W> see It. The great seligation of the age. Thrilling "ituations and splendid acting. Tammany In Town. ARRIVAL OF THE FAXOfSSOCIETY OF QOTHAKTHE JACKSON DEMOCRATS RECEIVE THEM. Last evening at 6 o'clock the Jackson Dem< cratlc Association met at Cosmopolitan Ha for the purpose of receiving Tammany Soclet of New York. Word having been received tha it. would arrive shortly after 7 o'clock, the lin was formed by Mr. Robert Ball, marshal, ai sisted by Messrs. G. T. Stewart, L. Neumyer, J \V\ Sears, and G. A. Vedder, the membei bearing torches and headed by the Hageretow Cornet Band, marched by way of 9th to Pent sylvania avenue, 7th, B, and 11th streets, t 9th and Maryland avende, and awaited the ai rival of the two sections of the train hrlngin Tammany. Al*>ut 7:45 o'clock the first uectio of the train arrived, and was soon followed b the other section. A committee of the .Iftci son'*?Messrs. John E. Norrls, N. Sardo, and <. P. t'ulver?boarded the train, and through th chief Marshal, Mr. Brennan,welcomed the N'e\ Yorkers. Tammany was at once lormed l lint', with the Seventh Kegiment Band at it head, headed by Mr. Sardo. marched past th Jackson, Jetlerson, and Madison clubs, giving marching salute as they passed. Tammany ,nuir boring over 950 men, was escorted up (thstret to Pennsylvania avenue, to F, to 6th street, t Ijouisiana avenue, where tbey marched to the! quarters in Wash. Williams building. As the i-assed Willard's the line was reviewed by Mi Hendricks. . , A. A salute of thirty-six guns In honor of th? elcctonl vote of Nov ^ork was fired i Armory Square on the arrival of the train, ani on the line of march there was a tine display < fireworks. Amnwements, Ford's Opera House.?Mr. W. J. Scanlan entertained an audience of good proportions a ord's last night in his new play by Fred. Man den. entitled "The Irish Minstrel." Mr. Scan lan possesses considerable natural humor, am his lines were plentifully interspersed witl Irish songs, both humorus and sentimenta "The Irish Minstrel," wii run through the wee, with Wednesday and Saturday matinees. Albaigu's Opera House.?The exeitin spectacular dramatization of Jules \ erne well-known story of "Michael Strogofl ' wa presented with a lavish display of tine scener, and brilliant light eflects, at this house las night. Au extensive corps ol auxillaric crowded the ample stage during tiie grea scenes, maklntr them very life-like and intei e-tinjr. The ballets, led by Mile. Cornalba.wer agreeable features of the evening. Thedramati cast of the piece is not e-jpeeially strong, but a this is a secondary consideration it does no seriously interfere with the enjoyableness ?; the piece. "Michael Nti-ogoff" will remain a Albaugh's during the week, with matinee Wednesday and Saturday. Herzog's Museum.?"A Celebrated Case was given at Lincoln hall yesterday atternooi and evening in a really creditable manner b the Matlack combination. It will remain al the week. ^ ^ Dime Museum.?The Bijou Opera and Comt dv compauv give pleasing entertainments a this house "this week. There is also a varie olio, and Col. Goshen, the giant, with other cu riosities. Theater Comi^ite.?a decidedly sensations firograni has been financed at the Comique lo nauguration week. There is a matinee ever; day. Among the attractions are the famou Hindoo Nautch dancers and the Parisian nac oac dancers. Miss Hei.en Potter, the favorite reader an< impersonator, appears at Congregation courch this evening in a choice program ot hu iuorous and serious selections. Hon. George S. Boutwell will deliver lecture on "Abraham Lincoln." at All Soul* church this evening. Mr. Boutwell is wel qualified to speak upon the subject. Another or Washington's Letters. Mr. O. D. Thatcher, of the War department late of Minnesota, a relative of the late Ad miral Henry Knox Thatcher, and a descendan of Gen. Knox, Secretary of War from 17S4 t 1795, has In his possession an interestin Washington relic in the shape of the followin j letter of condolence written by Gen. Washing ington to Gen. Knox uj>ou the occasion of th death of the latter's son: Veri'LANK's Point,12th Sep., 1782. My Dear Nir: I sincerely eondolo with Mrs Knox on the loss you have sustained.?In dc termining to submit patiently t > the decrees c the All wise disposer of Human events, you wil find the only true. & substantial comfort unde the greatest of calamities.?In addition to thisthe lenient hand of time will no doubt be neces sarv to soothe the keener feelings of a fond am tender Mother.?My best respects are ottered and be assured that with much truth I am niv dear Sir. Yr most attecte friend ant obi dt. s. rvt. Go. Washington. Majr. Genl. Knox ^ Busy Times in the Police Conrt. military and civfl prisoners bef0r1 judge snell. The Police Court presented a war-like appeal ance when Judge Snell took his seat to holdthi usual daily term this morning. There wer present about thirty soldiers of the regula army, who had stacked their muskets In iron of the bar where they were sitting, on aecoun of several of their number being locked up las night As "drunks" who were released tlii morning when sober. A number of civilian were fined for profanity and intoxication, am loud and boisterous talking. John Thorn am George Mansfield, two well-dressed young men who were arrested in the Baltimore and Poto mac depot last, sight by Detective Lamb am Ollicer Acton, were each sunt down for ten day I as suspicious characters, as were a number c other men, both white and black, who only eo ten days each to have lliem out of the way o committing depredations during the inaugura season. Seven soldiers and two marine? charged with disorderly conduct, were lecture* by the judge on the respect due to the flag un tier which they march, and told that this tlm he would take their personal bonds, which the; must not think would license them to indulge in similar violations of law. - Special Trains Between Alexandra and Washington via Alexandria ani Washington Railroad.?The following train will leave Alexandria for Washington on Wed nesdav, March 4. 6:05, 8 (9 and 9:30 a. m special 1.10,10:10 a. m. and 1, 3:05, 3:23, 5:1' and 7:05 p.m. Returning, leave Washiugtoi 2:05, 4:20, 4:45, 6:00, ?:05 and 11:35 p. m Sections of the b:05 p .m. train will be runt accommodate the travel if necessary. For the South.?In order to accommodat the passengers to Norfolk and the south th steamer Ladv oi the Lake will leave the 6tI street wharf "Wednesday evening, the 4th, a II o'clock Meeting Postponed.?The Equitable C. I Association will lifajd its regular meeting thl month on Thursday, March 5. 1H85, insteai of Wednesday. March 4th. At this meetin money is advanced upon real estate security i sums of $loo upward. New shares may b taken in the 8th issue. John Joy Edson, set retary, 917 F street northwest. Herzog's Museum.?"A Celebrated Once." 1 will pay you well to see this startling an sublime dramatic work of art. Best eutertaii ineut in the city. No Concert.?Owing to a severe Illness Mi? Helen P?>tt*-r will not be able to fill her engag< meuttoread at the Congregational church t< .night. Those who have purchased tickets ca have their money refunded at Mr. Lias' 6ton 937 Pennsylvania avenue. Low Rates To Baltimore?The Baltlmor and Potomac railroad, the popular route? ha made a great reduction in fares between Was! ington and Baltimore during the Inaugural ioi Round-trip tickets will be sold 3d and 4th goo to return until the 5th inclusive. The station of the Baltimore and Potomac railroad are eei trally located, both in Washington and Bait more, the time between the two cities bein only one hour, giving visitors toWashingto an opportunity of seeing the Monumental Cit with little loss of time. ^ Theater Comique.?'Tuesday night there wi be a midnight show and a grand bal masqut All are inv ited. .A.BSOLUTELY P URE. KRR OO Y Y A L R R O O Y Y AA L RRR O O YY A A L R | O O Y AAA L K i OO Y A A llll BBB A K K T1 NN K GGO MB AA K K 1IN N* N O O BRB A A KK II N N N G B B AAA K K UN NN G GO BBB A A K K 11 M GOO PPP OO W W W POP FEE RRR P POO W WWW DDK RR PPP O O VVWW I) r> FE RRR P O O WW WW DDE R R . P OO W W DM> EES R B . This Powder never varies. A marvel of purlt; strength and wholesomeness. More economical tha the ordinary kinds, and cannot besoldincompetitic with the multitude of low testa, short weight,alum < phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. RoV/ Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall street, N. Y. ap6 WHEAT l^AKINU POWDER. WHAT PROF. SILL1MAN SAYS OF OUR WHEA BAKiNG POWDER. "Hnpa. Martin Kalbflkisch's Sows: "Gentlemen:?My examination ofyouf 'WheatPoi tier' develops an unexpected value to it from a sas tahy pOijut of viww. It certainly restores to tl bread the Potassla and Maguesia Salts, which tl uiUling removes from high grade flour, and it avoi< completely the chance of disaster which attends tl constant use of small doses of Roohelle Salts, such i ail the tartaric acid compounds carry into the systei As the tiesh fluid contains ten times as much Pots slum Salts as of sodium, it Is evident that the waste the tissues is supplied from your preparation, as -annot be from thove preparations which contain on Sodium and Calcium compounds besides the tartar acid. There Is no danger of setting up an alkaline co ditlon oftbe urine with dlcalcic phosphates, in fat It appears to .me that you have a very strong ca* judged from the physiological side, and this eonvi i ion has grown on me the mora 1 have examined tl case. (.Signed; B. Sxit iMtaf." For sale by G. O. CORN WELL ft SON, 1418 Pennsylvania avenue. Tha trad* supplied." fl+s,tu,th,Qm-*p Utilising the Ball-room la the Cause o - Charity. To the Editor of Tup. kvf.ning Star; > There are thousands of people in WaBhlngtot II who will not attend the Inauguration ball, bu y who desire to view the great room aqd its deco it rations in which it will be held. In viewofthii e fact the general committee have a fine oppor j. tunity to contribute to the cause of charity bj . employing a hand of music and giving a prom ' enade concert on the evening of the 5th o '8 March and charging a small admission fee, th< n pn>ceeds to be divided among the charitable or i- ganizations of the District. A handsome sun 0 could be raised In this manner. F. W. H. r- ^ " A Fraud Upon the Pnhlie. " To the Editor of The Evening Stab: The Star is the proper Instrumentality fo ;. guarding the rights of the people in respect t< e the seats occupying the public spaces along th( avenue. The privilege of putting up these seat: s i was granted with the express stipulation tha e i but one dollar should be charged lor a singli a seat. Now, it is said that a ticket speculate ?- has intervened and is holding the seats at #2.50 t If tliis be so.it is evident that the people sir< ? being defrauded. Fraud vitiates everything f and it would be no more than right if the peo y pie should disregard the permit by whien thei; r. grounds aire n?>w thus incumbered by these seats and take possession of their own again. Suggested. n il Gen. Grant"* Condition. )f A scheme to present him with A vine yard in california. (Jen. Grant's physicians reported at midnlgh 1 last night that their patient passed a pleasan il day, having been in good spirits and taken hi: usual amount of nourishment. It is not knowi ? i whether or not the general is aware of what hi i physicians have said in the papers about hi: I condition. ^ Gen. Darr, of San Francisco, with 6evera wealthy Californiaus, lias been for some month: g engaged in movement to buy a vineyan * property in that state as a residence for Gen s j Grant and his family. The intention was to in y trust the property to Gen. Grant, as a loan, deed it | ing it to Mrs. Grant. Gen. Grant was made ac ,s i quainted with the scheme about three month: t 1 ago, and was requested to visit California befon .. deciding. A dispatch was received from tin e general Sunday night, in which he said i c would be impossible for him to make the trii _s at present. >t >f it H i" tt is sming. a resurrection 01 v * nature's latent forces Is taking place. Like tfc' [j world around you, renew your complexion, invlgo ' rate your powers, cleanse the channels of life. Ayer'i Sarsapurilla is the means to use for this purpose. t d ts YOUR HAIR TURNING GRAY AND GRAD il -dually failing out? Hail's Hair Renewer will restore r It to its original color, and stimulate the follicles t< >" produce a new and luxuriant growth. It also cleanse' * the scalp, eradicates dandruff, and is a most agrt-eabli and harmless dressing. mh3 3 ia II O V ARTER'S IMMENSE STOCK OF DRY GOODS at actuai COST. t, BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! BARGAINS!! I- BLACK SILKS, COLORED SILKS, FANCY SILKS t SILK VELVETS, BEAUTIFUL DRESS 0 GOODS AND SATINS AT ? ACTUAL COST " NUNS VEILINGS, wide double width, pure wool ? Cream, link, Blue anil lilaek, XT1-.. FRUIT OF Till; LOOM C()TTON, actual cost, 8. e NEW YORK MILLS SHEETING COTTON widest anil very best, 25, actual cost. BLACK BROCADE SILK VELVET, real value $2.5n: reduced to $1.50. ' COLORED SILK VELVETS, $1.00, actual cost. BLEACHED TABLE DAMASK, pure linen, 5( if real cost. 1 BLACK SILKS, real value, $1.25; reduced to actua r cost, Sl.OO. . COI.OREIr SILKS, real value $1.00: reduced t< actual cost, 75. 7 COLORED SILKS, 50; FANCY SILKS, 60, actua * cost. LADIES' CLOTH SUITING, one vard and a hal wide, in Grey and Brown, HT1". actual cost. 1 COLORED SATINS, Pink, <'ream and Blue, 50. BROCADE COLORED SILKS, Cream, Pink White, and Blue, $l.?;o SERGE CASH M 1 RES, very fine quality, all colors 12 yards for $2.oo; tliit are cheap at 25c. a vard. COLORED BROCADE SILK VELVET,$1.00. e carters, 711 MARKET SPACE H9 Near the corner of 7th street. e Special Sale r OF t KEEP S SHIRTS 1 AND 1 MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, S COMMENCING FEBRUARY 24th AND ENDING MARCH 10TH, FOR CASH ONLY. .1 KEEP'S SHIRTS AND FURNISHING GOODS are all well and favorably known all over this country, and are acknowledged to be s STANDARD GOODS Made up for the best trade. '. For this Sale ,1 SPECIAL PRICES will be given on every article in the house, includlnt 1 Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Underwear^Neckwear, Silk anc P Gingham Umbrellas, Suspenders, Silk and Linet r Handkerchiefs, Gloves, &c., &c. 9 Remember this Sale Ls for FIFTEEN DAYS only after which our Regular Prices will be established oi Keep's Goods. 0 OLIVER P. BURDETTE, 437 Seventh Street Nohthwkst, * % ., Sole Agent for the District of Columbia. f24,eo-Ct Q [i Ctreat J Bargains Xn Pianos, Which have been used: p 7-Octave CniCKE RING, 7-Octave HALLET .< DAVIS, . T-Octave HAINES BRO., Q 7-Octave G ABLER t 6%,-Octave EMERSON, 6%4-Octave GERMAN. Prices and terms to suit the times. *; EDW. F. DROOP, :1 Partner of the late W. G. METZEROTT <fe CO., S 826 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, p Sole Agent for Steinway A- Pons'; Gabler, Grover steen, Wheelock, Marshall, Wendell and other PI ^ anos. fi4 t at unnel ijnder the atlanth d l~ would not surprise you more THAN THE CLOSING OUT J- PRICES ON FINE CLOTII> n ING DO AT THE LONDON LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO., COR. 7th IS AND G STS . 11. iS j" OVERCOATS 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR, g OVERCOATS 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR, y OVERCOATS 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. ]1 SUITS 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. SUITS 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. ~ SUITS 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR pants! pants!! pants FROM $1.25 UPWARDS. give us a cat.t., and be convinced. london and liverpool clothjng co ~ fel4 CORNER 7th AND G STBJ_ETS. THE ^ ATIONAL SAFE IJEPOSIT (JO Y< CORNER 15TH STREET AND NEW YORK AVI .n PERPETUAL CHARTER, ACT OF CONGRES JANUARY *2D, 1807. m Capital $200,00 FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF vaults. , BENJAMIN P. SNYDER, President lL CHARLES C. GLOVER, of Rikrs a Co., Vice Pre* T. LAW RASON RIGGS. Treasurer. ALBERT L. STURTEVANT. Socrttarv. _ C. E. NYMAN, Aast. 800*7. Dl HECTOllS * Benjamin P. Snyder, Charles C. Glover. T. Isawrason lUggs, Henry A. Wlllard. ? Albert L. Sturtevant, John F. Roaers. T John G. Parke. d%0-oo february for trowsebs. V- __ Ithe feature of february tclothini Is trade IS new trowsers. almost EVER' le man needs. or will soon need, nev trowsers. we have hundreds of PAIR ? of every grade. $5 or $6 buys goo of enough trowsers for anybody, and It man who does rough work can ge z what he needs for half AS much bi fore orderysg an expensive pair o .1, trowsers from your tailor see WHA we do fob you IN our finest grades A1 $7, $8, $* GEORGE SPRAN8Y, 607 Seventh Street, Opposite U. & Post Offloa 4VTbe bum la White Letters on the windows, IS r i ki YOTO EYX OH T9111" 3 t K s 7 , s I T 1 rum ? 81 I BBB ?"5 *4 OO t r BR 4 4 OO1 s 3 BBB 44 4 O O p tt BB_4 4vOO_ ? 2 BBB _ 4444 OO ? 11 " S 9 . \ r 'A is the only line running B " 46 MINUTE TRAINS r 9 t BITWIIX 0 r washington and baltimore. t 1 9 ? a 1 s 9 1 the only line having ' I SEVENTEEN REGULAR TRAP'S EACH WAY TO-DAY. 3 c 3 3 3 j 1 * P - THE ONLY LINE WHICH WILL TO-MORROW run ! t li < 10 MINUTE TRAINS 3 tl 1 3 FROM * f, BALTIMORE TO WASHINGTON, ? V & J s 3 ~~~"* a t. And the only Line running 16-mlnute trains to Bal- n tlmore, commencing Immediately alter the conclusion H of the Inaugural Ceremonies. I C The B. <fc O. on the Fourth will use Its division between Washington and Baltimore exclusively for J Trains between the two cities, all of which will run ? j through without stopping. ^ t No freight or local trains that day. The whole line a cleared for Inaugural Trains. All B. & O. Trains from and to the West arrive and depart upon an entirely different division, leaving only ^ Baltimore and Washington Trains on the track be, tween the sister cities. WEDNESDAY, Trains, from 6 a. m. to 11:40, will ^ , leave Baltimore for Washington Every Ten Minutes. . At close of ceremonies trains will leave Washington ^ for Baltimore Every Fifteen Minutes until midnight, ) or longer, if necessary. 1 B. & O. Depot one square from Capitol. B. <t O. Depot ' In Baltimore within few moment's walk or brief street ? > car ride of all leading Hotels. j' 1 ROUND TRIP ONLY $1.20. = 1 Tickets Good 3d, and 4th Going and 6th Returning. = _ ] ? B. A O. Limited for Cincinnati and St. Louis leaves Washington 2:30 p. m.; arrives Cincinnati 7:30 a. m., St. Louis 6:30 p. m. next day. ^ B. A O. Limited for Columbus and Chicago leaves . Washington 9 a. m.; arrives Columbus 11:30 p. m. same day, Chicago 9 a.m. next day. For other through Western Trains see time table B. <fc O. Ticket Office, I4th street, near Pennsylvania avenue; 019 Pennsylvania avenue and Depot, New Jersey avenue and C street It I r 1 ?-? t: ti r y Spring Hats, Spring Hats r ? ' THE DUNLAP FIFTH AVENUE STYLE SPRING r 1 ' ! SILK AND DERBY HATS NOW READY AT ^ WILLETT <ft RUOFF's, d i sole agents, f ft24 906 Pennsylvania ave. b f ? ] The Best In The District. j ask. for it. c I BCHLITZ'S MILWAUKEE LAGER. 1 X i For sale In Bottles by Dealers Generally, and In j Casks and Bottles by the Agent samuel c. palmer, 1234 29th st. st n.w. Telephone 464. |a20 I Full Dress Surra. | 1 j the man of ordinary build can be 1 FITTED with a full dress suit from j STOCK as well as by having it made to g ORDER. WE HAVE THESE COATS MADE FROM A MUCH BETTER QUALITY OF GOODS THAN USUAL, LINED THROUGHOUT WITH SATIN, AND CUT IN THE MOST APPROVED STYLE, AT iyiOUT ONE-THIRD r/ras THAN GOODS COST MADE TO ORDER. FOR THOSE WHO CAN'T BE FITTED WITH ] READY MADE COATS WE MAKE TO ORDER, !! AND GUARANTEE TO tflT, VERY HANDSOME SUITO AT $46 AND $60. COATS SILK OR SATIN LINED. I el b. barntjm a oo., } ?? ?24 Ml PENNSYLVANIA AVENUX. 1 C ?. S 1 0 c t c Gre T. Keen. tailor, No. 414 Ninth Street Northwest ! ? < d Inauguration Blankets T AND COMFORTS. 1 ? Having bought out a large lot of CHEAP * BLANKETS and BSD COMFORTS, suitable , for Inauguration Purposes, much lew than ? they were selling a week ago, Lean offer the l Best Bargains ever sold In this city in those J articles. Get our prices before malting your 1 geo. j. johnson, 1 OS 71S Market Spue. y . .......-i's. CITY ITEMS. Sales: 286,000 copies of Uncle Tom'? Cabin' >876,542 bottles of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Democratic Nonvenlr. "VICTORY AND REFORM." CLEVILASD ASD H-END RICKS. The best, truest and most artistic lithographic ortralts of President Cleveland and Vice Preslent Hendricks ever published. The port raits f the sages and warriors?JelTbrson, Jackson, 'ilden and McClHian?surrounding thetn are lso true and lift like. Altogether It is as >uvenir aitable l'orfraining. and worthy of a prominent lace in every club room or office or home, ize of souvenir 22x28 inches. Sample copy by mail, postage paid (sent abed, without danger of Injury in transmislon), 50 cts. Three copies by mail. |x>stage aid (sent tubed, without daugcr of lujurv in ninsmission). 81. Cash (by registered letter, money order or raft) must accomiumy all orders. (No free opies.) References: Boston Gl-ohe, New York i'orld and other larire papers. Agents wanted. Lddress (Mention this paper,) Souvenir Publishing Co., 3 41 Park Row, New York. I.OOO Xew* Roys! Extra* Pictorial chronicle! 9 a.m. sharp to-morrow. Vnsold Kxtras reurnahle. IPO pictures. 432 9th st. Darby's. 1 Phosphorlne Makes a Perfect C'nre f neuralgia, nervous prostration, loss of vitalty, consthiation, dyspepsia, Indigestion and leutal difficulties. Ask your druggist for It. 1 A fongh, cold or sore throat should not be egleeted. Brown's Bronchial Troches are a Imple remedy, and give prompt relief. 25 cts. box. eo Knox'* Spring Style f gentlemen's hats at Stinemetz's, 1*237 Pennylvauia avenue. 2 - Kaufman's Combination Store rill cause great excitement. Fine cambric, qual to Lonsdale, T^c.. at Kaufman's sale. For the Innugnration. Silver Gray Blankets for hire, 60 cents, and omfortables, 40 cents, at Julius Lansburgh's, 15 7th street. 6 Prof. A. B. Chandler, trookhaven, Miss., savs: "1 was cured of Torpidity of the Liver and Bowels and Paralysis, y Dr. Kennedy's 'Favorite Remedy.'" * eo Harvey A- Holden. 016 Pa. ave.. cor. lltli st., the recognized oyser house of America, has oysters lor the miltons, and the finest kind. 2 Gentlemen's Dress Hats rom Youman's, New York,atstnementz & Son. 237 Pennsylvania avenue. 2 Fine Brllllantyne ar aprons, 5c. per yard, at the combination ale. Go early to-morrow if you want to avoid he rush at Kaufman's. 0 Buy Pocket Knives at the Rodgere' cutlery tore, 487 Pa. ave. Your initials engraved free, eoll Do Not Fail o read the Post and Republican about Kaufman's. 0 13 Per Gallon. 75e. Quart Bottle. No. 1 lye Whisky, best in the world for the money, trders by mail. McGee's, 9th, near D st. eo-liu >nrkee*? Salad Dressing and Cold-Meat jauee.?The universal favorite botii in the nited States and Grea tBritain. Wholesome, iellcious, economical and nutritious. Saves nxiety, waste and trouble. eo Thin People. "Wells' Health Renewer" restores health and Igor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, Sexual Debilty. fi. e Clnett's Crown Collars, Jufffe and Monarch Shirts are the best of alL eo Fine Window Shades, rlth-nickel hangings, only 47c.,at Kaufman's.6 "Alderney Dairy WauTons." Fresh Alderney Butter, churned every mornng, and delivered in half-pound "Ward" prints Oc. per pound. Also Cottage Cheese, Butternilk and Sweet Milk, 5c. per quart. Cream 15c. lint. SUMMER RESORTS! pmiAN HABBOB HOTEL a a GREENWICH, CONN., Tflg I ON THE SOUND. 'HE GREAT NORTHERN SUMMER RESORT. ELEGANT IN ALL ITS APPOINTMENTS. OPEN MAY TO OCTOBER. ADDRESS JAMES C. MATTHEWS AND JOHN '. DEVINE, Proprietors, ST. JAMES and ST. MARC lot els. New York City. fJG-6t rUE EMERSON HOUSE, ATLANTIC* tZTk. City. N. J., South Carolina avenue, near VivMkV tie ocean. Electric bells, gas, etc. ilea ted ! 'iTE I hroughout, sun gallery. All modern cohvemences; pen all the year. DUliOlS ?fc YOUNG, proprietors. flG-4ru rHE DENNIS-ATLANTIC CITY, N.J..A , . A 50 yards from the Beach. Open all the ear, hot sea water baths in the house. H' Tx: I to^in BORTON <fc MARSHALL. rHE WELLINGTON?ATLANTIC CITY. X. J.? Kentucky ave., near the beach; hot huths: A , , ? cean parlor; new house and newlv furnished. vCVL * _____ A. B. HUNTER. L-:ni I rHE VICTORIA, ATLANTIC CfTV.N. .T.-THUKoughly heated, gas, etc.; hot and cold sA . . 1 later baths, sun parlor and skating rink V-vUik irectly on beach, free to guests. 1]"3S I fe2-3m M. WILLI A rHE WAVERLY, ATLANTIC CITY, N. jT-^OPEN all the year. Hot and cold sea water A . A aths in the house. -\11 the comforts of aVMV LrSt-el&M hotel. Coach meets all trains. I ! 'K I JOHN E. MTEFLIN, Manager. fe2-6m MRS. J. L BRYANT, Proprietress. P ure And Invigorating. Those who may wish to purchase, either as a dellious beverage or for medicinal purposes, an UNA)ULTERATED WHISKY,are Invited to makes rial of the celebrated brand. 7 U PPP PPP EEB RRR TTTT FKE NN If J UP IP PR R R T E NN N J U PPP PPP EE RRR T EE N N N J U P P E RR TE S NN UU P P EEE R R T EEB N NN w w w h n n ossq r k y y WWW \V H H II5 SKK YY WWWW HHH II SSo KK YY WW WW HHIIk?KK Y _ W W H H II &SSa K K Y , This Whisky, upon an analytical examination, has >roved to be free from Fusil 0U, and indeed of rny ol he modern Ingredients which are used to give a lctitlous age and flavor to this popular drink. for sale by drowning & MIddleton. Barbour <fc Hamilton, . B. Bryan <fc Bro., C. C. Bryan, I. L Wheeler, Thomas A. Rover, f. T. Metzger A Bro., Beall A Baker, ohn H. Magruder, J. C. Ergood & Co, i. R. Waters, W. H H Cissel. washington. d. c. h. 4 h. W. CATHERWOOD, Sole Proprietors, n!4-3m Philadelphia. enauguration j^ewr hor 925 you can buy a fine satin lined full dress suit worth $50. ix5r $15 you can get a black diagonal prince albert suit worth $'25. ror $15 you can get a fine corkscrew or worsted 4-button cutaway suit as good as are sold for $25. 'or 97.50 you can get as good a business suit as elsewhere for 915. !"0r 915 you can get a chinchilla surtout overcoat former price 930. >r 96, 97.50, 99, 910, or 912, you can get overcoats formerly sold for double the price. joys' and children's suits and overcoats at perfect slaughter prices. >dd pants at half former prices. jossamer8 and rubber coats regardless of cost or value. i AT TUB MISFIT STORE, corner tenth and f streets. be sure ane come to the corner CM iio ~ $100 wonderful revolution in type-writers through the ham. W"i changed in 30 seconds. Writing beluUful, lerftctly clear. Machine In Walnut case, only seven sounds. Chief drawbacks against Typewriters- high rtatedlnhyfaguiartty, non-portabUity?aUobCopylng solicited at lowest rataa Office?1321 V streeL JaS B? H. EVAKg. qsnsrsl m AMUSEMENTS. ^ LBArpffB OHAMl OPERA HOl'sK INAUGURATION FESTIVAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4. 1885. MATINEE AT 2:S0 P. M.. OR AFTER PARADE EVENING ATSilO, OR AFTER FIREWORKS. 1 j A Grand Production of the Majestic Dramatic ; ! Spectacle. In 0 Act- and 10 Tableaux. MICHAEL STROGOFF. New and Magnificent Scenery, M<>untc<1 (4v?!tt, j Military Bands, and a grand ballet h*i t*y M'U< \iiele I Comal ha. MONDAY. MARCH <i Bl'NCIKH KEYS mh3 J^OIUO. oPl K.\ mils.. . - IM ioi The Only Comedy Performances During ln < . "ir.v thm Week win u<given a ii!;* ni i r \Ut.ou I EI AT 1 .R OF THE N \T1< >N VI, C \ PI 1'A I.. S?l i ?' ?ft I an<i ravftvaan aveuae n . brtwMi tnv> ?pitolmiil the Pn-.iieiit'* 11. Mr. JOHN T. EoltD y \\ \<;ER Also of Ford's Grand Oi>erit House, Baltimore, Tbe Calibrated Irish Comedian and Sing* r. MR. W. J. N ANI.AN. 1 Will apix-ar in the New (Vitnc'lv |?\ Fre-I. MarvJ^n, author of most <>!" Lntta'* sti'Vps-e* entitled ! THK lltlsir M I N>'1 IIKI,! | With his own songs, "Peek? n Moo." 'something for the Babies," "My Nel . - Blue Eyes." 'What's in a K i"-," etc, " . Matinees Tuesday Tl.nrs.lav, Satur iav Admission, 75, 50 <>r i?5 cents. Seats reserved during the day. Next Wcelt?M. B. CURTIS-SAMUEL OF POSEX SPOT CASH. . RATIONAL ROLLER SKATING RINK. ( 611-613 E STREET, ' ^ Near Post Office Building. OPEN MARCH 3D, 7 P.M. 12,000 Feet bard Maple Floor skating Surface, j I mr2-lm I ? Humerous entkrtunment To aid Garticld National Memorial Hospital. At All Souls' church. Ci'ttu r 1 4th and 1.48., THURSDAY, March 5th, at So'cl k , MR. LINcOI.N will render his original M nologue* with musical accompaniment. ' , Tickets, "mi cents. For sale at hotels, drug and bookstores mli2-3t ' MISS HOMER. WHO HAS HAD 1 11! FIN1 ST : vocal Instruction in this and foreign eountii-s j having studied tor two years with Win. Gar-'ia Viar- ' dot. Paris receives i>u pits in Y< i<-e Culture at I lie Bi'-hmond." corner lTth and H Bta. mh2<5t* N riHI E FOURTH CONCERT 'N THE BISCHOFF I A course will be given at the Congreg..tioiitd ftiurch. J FRIDAY EVENING, March Oth. An attractive program has been arranged. j Reserved seats at Ellis A. Co.'s. Single admission 25 cents. ii.lij-5l ] HERZOG'S MUSEUM, Late Lincoln llall,corner 9th and Dsts. n.w. ' EVERY AFTERNOON AND NIGIIT. COMMENCING MONDAY, March 'Id. < MATLACK DRAMATIC COM IUXATION, In the great Sensational Melo-Dtama, A CELEBRATED CASE. THE UNION SQUARE THEATER SUCCESS. Admission to family circle, lO cents: admission to first tloor. 'Jtlc. Reserved ?eats n av lie secured six davs in advance without extra charge at the Box Cilice of the museum. In future Box oilice open K a. m. sharp to lO p.m. Doorsopen at 1 and 7 p.m.: overture one hour later. Carriages may ordered at 4:1m and lo:l?? p.m. < Monday. March 9ili.-S. DRAPER'S Mamn.oth Uncle Tom's Ckbin ? o. mrj rj^UEATEit COMIQUeT A MIDNIGHT REVEL, , MARCH 3D, TUESDAY, MIDNIGHT SHOW, CONTINUING TILL DAYLIGHT. WEDNESDAY terminating with a GRAND ; MASKED BALL* mr2-2t DIME MUSEUM. I'enfi. ave? near 11th street. MONSTER show. 1M IE I'l l-: COMPANY. THE INAUGURATION WEEK. * Every Afternoon and Night This W?-ek. Morning Performance on T' xiav and Wednesday TitE BIJ(?U < ?1'ERA AN Im < ?\| | I >\* ci > 20 First-cla>-s Artists, in the famous bur!e?>iiie, BLUE BEA Kl>, and the MiimiiI < iperetta. of OURCROQUET P VKTY. Also, a Grand < >lio I'erfoii.iance, introducing Vivian <fr Gray, Phillips & Bach, Conwav ?fc Siaitlev. Hefron ! and others. COL GOSHEN, Barnnm's Crest Giant, and Six Other New Cariosities. Museum open from lO a.m. t?. lo p.m. Admission to all only lo cents. mr2-6t rpHEATEU COMIQUE. INAUGURATION WEEK. COMMENCING MON- ' DAY", MARCH A show that has never bi**n Eoualedon Earth. A Constellation of the Variety World's Greatest Meteors! The Famous Hindoo Kuutch Dancers' The j Parisian Nae Na^- Dancers! Matinee Everv l>av. Per- ! i formance Every Evening' Brother, see this show and " ] you will not have lived in vuiu. m: J-?it ' 7^ BAND CONCERT. ' *" The last of the series to lie given hv the Choir ol the Universalis* Church, corner of i;iti? and L ets., will take place on ! TUESDAY EVENING, Marcii Sd. iss.v . Tickets at Ellis Co.'s, lt:57 lVnha. ave. f_S-3t UNCI! AT THE WOMAN'S EXCHANGE, I l&UH H st. n.w., | Daily from 11 to 2 o'clock, beginning MONDAY, Mareh *Jd. Inauguration we<-k. ti"ODfi?e, Tea, Rolls, C?tke. fJS-4it* Hotchkin BELE RINGERS AND CONCERT COMPANY ! will give one of their pleasing entertainments at Wesley Chapel. 5th an<l E--t-~. n.w.. TUESDAY EVENING, March 3d. Admission 'J5 cts. f2s-3t? \ GRAND BALL 2\. will be given on the NIGHT OF MARCH 3D. byTUSCARORA TRIBI' No. IMPROVED ORDER of BED MEN. at Odd Fellows' Hall. st!i st s. e.. Navy Yard. Ticket, admiltilig Gentleman ai.d Ladies. 50 cents. h.?7-4t? OCTETY' MUSIC ~ . F. EIBNER'S ORCHESTRA Furnishes Music for all oc<-asiens R,sidence. 1.I40 8th st. Ordeas left at the Music Stores of Messrs. Droop, Ellis, Metzcrott and Eberbach will receive prompt attention. fJl GTRAND K^TAND TK KETS! INAUGURATION DAY. The exclusive sale of Reserved Seats on the Grand Stands located along the line of itiarch 'said stands all 1 being erected under otliciul sanction; is now progress- | ingat I BRENTANO BROS.', Pennsylvania avenue and 11th street. JtSTOrders bv mail and telegraph promptly tilled. fiy-iit OIX PIANO REC1TAT-S, io By Prof. CARL FAELTEN, At MARINES HALL, March 2, 9, 16, 23. 30, and April 6. Subscription ?5, at METZEROTT & CO. S, 003 ; Pennsylvania ave. fU4-?,v IOUIS WEBER'S ORCHESTRA.?TELEPHONE ^ orders to residence.7'^5 Tih st.s.f.. or lelt at Droop's, Ellis' or Metzerott s music store, and Dem< net's confectionery store, will receive prompt alien lion. jalO CCHOICE SEATS _ / FOR ALL THE THEATERS. BRENTANO BllOS. jal7-3m Pennsylvania ave.. tx>r. llthst. GrREAT (J LOSING Out >ALE OF FINE BOOTS AND SHOES At SINSHEIMER <fc BRO.'S, SOS 7th street. This sale will continue a short time only Look carefully at the Extraordinary Bargains we offer of the following well-known makers in Ladies' Shoes. Cousin's finest Cur. Kid. hand-sewed, but., that cost you $5, we will sell you now at stsJ.79. Cousin's finest Str. Goat, hand-sewed, which are sold j elsew here at $4.50, our price now spu.oli. Cousin's tine Cur. Kid, butt, Which seli at $3.50. we 1 aell now at $2.79. Cousin's Misses' Shoes at the same low figures. About 200 pairs Ladies* Fine Kid I5iitt_, every pair of J which is worth $3, are now selling at S2. Our Burt's Men Shoes, in butt., lace and Gaiters that were $5 and $0, are now closing at $3.75. These shoes are superior to custom made. We ask those that want to save money to come as early as possible, as our stock is now complete. We have ail sizes and ?laths, therefore cull at once at SINoIIEIMER <tr BRO S', ja9 SOS 7 th street. l^USIL OlLI DO YOU KNOW WHAT IT IS. Ask yoar physician or druggist, and he will tall yon It is a rank, deadly poison. DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY ia entirely free from ftisil oil, absolutely pure and unadulterated, a positive cure for Consumption, Pulmonary Troubles, Malaria, Indigestion, Wasting Diseases, and the only recognized antidote lor Cholera A BEVERAGEJAND MEDICINE COMBINED. Sent to any address in the United States (east of the Rocky Mountains), all express charges prepaid, in plain caae (no chance for comment), cofiiainlnggquart ' bottles, on receipt of SIX DOLLARS. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. Sold by leading druggists and fine grocery houses. THE DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CXX, M4-lm Baltimokx, Mo. IflLECAMPANE AND HOREHOUND ? ELECAMPANE .and tfOREHOUND Speedily Cores every Slight Attack of Cold, Cough, or Hoarseness?even Severe Cd&s they prove most Beneficial In. Their sai^ the present season has been enormooa Try them. 26 cents fbr large half pound box. ! Only at ARTHUR NATTANS, Pharmacist, fl.4 14th and L aud 2d and D sts.n.w LECTURES. J IEXTURE ~~ ' " J ?Y HON G1X>. S. BOUTWKLL, At AH Souls' Church, 14th Mid L ?*., TUESDAY EVFN1NO. March S. 1KR6. Subject?"A HRAHAM LIHCOI.N " Tlck^ 25c? (no reaervod ?>m?) -for *al> m RaHaa* tyne A Hon'* Book Store and Mettorou Mi ink- More IVxir* o|*-n at 7. l>e<1<tre at H. fJM-St KXCTKSIONS. L /OOK'S (vBAMi 1'jXCURSION * I COIjORADO and California Including T1TK MAMMOTH CAVE OF KENTUCKY, THE YflRlOIITE VAI.LKY, And other fnttan? of grout Interest. To licave on THURSDAY. MAY 7. 1?H6 tollman <>?r*. Ktnit-olM Hotel Accommodation, Cfcr ria^'' Drive*. atnl all 1 \p?naes Included, oocupylnf eight week*. Full descriptive program. with map of the routs, it nt free by mail on application. Address- THOS. COOK A SOX, f.'r>w,t>.2m iilBriml way, N Y. __=_ DRY GOODS. sraixo opekiso, ? \ >N MONDAY. M XRCH in, AND CONTINUING DURING THE WEEK. 8EATON PERRY, (SrorWMB TO PKHKV RRMTHKB.) ?RY (Jdolis or nil- ih,-i < 1 \ss SEW AMI ooMPl.ETE >1(1- K OF FRENCH DRESs FABlilis, KOR PLAIN AN1) t\>J? HI N XTION -1 I IX 'LA 11 >1' IMh 1RTATH >NS" IN PA HIS ROCKKTTBS. IAH ISINMS, JERSEY AND CHINA \ SI I.K S. PER \ Ms. RH A DAMES AND S\TIX DITHESSK, l'IMM 75o. In #<?M? l'ER YARD. S"1W iAVO-ToNI RR?? \M y, \ h.I.VKTV AND POMPADOUR SATINs fOYI I 1 1 ! - I \ VI I \ I I i.HI'N \ DINES. U1.A< K rwiyrwiMLK HERN ANIftSANDPEAU l>! Si )I E. VOVl I I ll s IN EMHROIDERED INDIA PON< J EEs. UE.-T <;l VLITY BUFF INDIA PONGEE FOR SOa. A 1 A l(l>. SOVEI.TI Es IX PARIS AND BERLIN SPRING WRAPs AND EMHROIDERED CASHMERS fichus. SEW AND CORRECT STYLES IN PARASOL& Sl'N I'MIIKI I.H> AN1M \HRIAGI SIIAD? *NDI ItsiiN s i.i M INI S(t>Tt II /.I Pin Its [ 'REM II sAT'l I I .Ns, l MHRolDERED RnRES. SEW si | K,? HI I'DA.ANIM'ASHMI RtNHAWIA SOVELTI1S IN IIAMiKEliOHEW AND IK >sl EKY. SPECIAL" LADIES' MUTTON REAL KID GLO\ ES. BETTER QUALITY TH AN CENTER MARIE.' EOlt $l..'rit. EVERY PAIR GUARA N i l . i l l. ?? CHOICE GOODS. PLAIN FIGURES AND * CORRECT PRICES. BEATON PERKY, IVrry Building. Pennsylvania ave., cor. 9th nt. Established 1S40. Rjjj 1>illow* Shams. 1*illow Shams. SREATE8T VARIETY. CHEAPEST PRICES, CAMBRIC PILLOW SHAMS, TRIMMED WITH HAMBURG INSERTING. FINE TUCKING. CAMBRIC RUFFLES; FORMER , PRICE $1.S0. fl*1" ?J1 **** ^ OUR PRICE 11 4 44 *>! 11 .444444^ 111... 44 *?"? CAMBRIC PILLOW SHAMS, TRIMMED WITH fiAMRI'RG INSERTING. FINE TUCKING ANI> EMHROIDERED RUFFLING; IS A BARGAIN AT f&25. |f$Baa ? 9f*9? .1 OUR PRICE - " 4 44 * i* ? >? iiim 5 J. ; w ? - n? QQ jy ?*'- 44 V. SPECIAL PAT.E OF CORSET COVERS. TTTEsE ARE UNDoUHTEDLY THE CHEAPEST CMMDS EVER OFFERED FOR THEMONEY. ONE LOT, MADE OF GOOD MATERIAL, HIGH AND LOW NEC K, AT 17c.; REGULAR 25c. CORset owm ONE LOT. BEST FITTING, WITn LACE E1M JING. HIGH AND LOW NECK, AT28c. ONE U)T, FINE CAMBRIC, TRIMM ED NICELY WITH TORCHON LACE. AT 39c.; EoRMERLY SOLD AT 59c. L. BEAT CLEARING SALE OF LADIES' FELT AND FANNEL SKIRTS. THESE WE ARE ANXIOUS IX) DISPOSE OF, AS WE WISH THE BPA< E, AND ARE REALLY SOLD AT A BIG DISCOUNT. THE ABOVE-MENTIONED ARTICLES CAN Bit FOUND ON OUR s ECO N D FLOOR ANNEX, / CLADIES' COTTON UNDERWEAR DEPT.) JERSEYS! JERSEY'S!! JERSEYRtl LOWER THAk' THE LOWEST. WE HAVE SUCCEEDED IN PURCH ASINO FROM A LEADING MANUFACTURER OF NEW YORK lOO DOZEN BLACK JERSEYS, GOOD QUALITY, PERFECT FITTING, ALL SIZES. WHICH WE SHALL PLACE ON OUR OOOTTER TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 24. AT rtle. EACH, AS A SPECIAL BARGAIN. ONLY' ONE OF THESS k WILL BE SOLD TO ANY' PURCHASER. DO NOT FAIL TO VISIT OUR BOOK AND STA TIONERY DEPARTMENT! WE ARE NOT HAVING A GREAT CLEARING SALE OE OLD AND SHOP-WORN BOOKS. BUT EVERYTHING IN THIS DEPABTMENT IS NliW AND FRESH, AND AilE BEING OFFERED PQSI* * 1'IVELY LOWER THAN ANY OTHER fiOUSE ENGRAVED PLATE AND 50 CARDS (CRANE'S BEST STOCK), AT Uti CENTS. WORK DELIVERED AT TWENTY-FOUR HOURS NOTICE LANSBURGH A BR0n 420. 422 424, and 426 SEVENTH STREET. c21 E. Gr. Davis, 719 MARKET SPACX. BLACK AND BLACK AND WHITE DRESS GOODS. OT'R BLACK DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT IS FULL OF BARGAINS. NEW AND E^EGAFT LINE OF FRENCH SATIN ES, FIGURED AND PLAIN. ZEPHYR GINGHAMS, PLAID AND STRIPED. 14 NEW WHITE GOODS. ("HECK MUSLINS, EXTRA VALUE, ONLY 12VjC., INDIA LINENS. LINEN LAWNS. FREUdf ' ORGANDIES, MASALIA, PERSIAN LAWNS AND MANY OTHER Di-jsIRABLE FABRICS. BLACK HOSE SPECIAL BARGAINS IN BLACK SILK, UMLM \ * rilKEAD, AND OOT1X)N HOSE POPULAR GOODS AND POPULAR PRICES E G. DA VIA y riO CORNER 8TH asp MARKET SPA (treat Bargains Ln Shirts The COMFORT SHIRT, made of W am*utt? Oottpa Mid RichurdiMin Linen, Re-enforoed. ready ftw Ui? Rash tub, lor only b5 oenta. Juat think' Only M oenus lor tiie Finest Dreas siilrt. Ask to flee the CROWN DIAMOND'SHIRT, mad* of >Tuit of the Looiii Cotton and Hm Linni, wily 5o cents. Regular price 76 cents. m* Fine Dress shim made to order fbr f,.50. Dnlv S7.50 lor Six l-lne Dress Shins made to order. , Winter UNDERWEAR at 2U per cent l?as than , 1 ufit the Baltimore branch shirt factory, flu itxri f t- a.w. Hare Opportunity. As 1 will discontinue mv branch Shoe Stora, N?, 4?jy 7th street northweat, I offer the follow 1114 m ban j.a us. Every pair of Shoes mu*t be aold regard Isas of cost. Indies' Fine Extra High Cat Cur. Kid Butt f. 9 last, at f2.t?0; former price $6.U0. A Ixji Latiien and Miss and Children's Ex. High CM V Buckle Arctie. WWc. t ^ . Ltadies' and Children s Rubber Shoes, 80*. Men's Rubber*. 69c. Meu's Ia/w Arctic. 99c. Men u Shoes sold accordingly low. Call early to secure the Bargain while the atoflfc t complete. 1Vj\ k Rubber Boots at SI AO; worth S2.60. ( Men s Rubber Roots fUMr. worth fT> AO. ' \ 1 offer all mlsflt fi.txt Shoes at *3 AO. Store tor lieui, lixtures tor sue. F. H. WILSON, 409 7th Street Northwest. N. R Thoee wishing to avail themselves or tttf opi?ortunity to secure a pair of my celebrated #6X>0 Ladies' Shoes and my Gent's S&.UO Waukenpfea* Shoes to measure, inn leave their meaaure wUfi l?4 to be delivered Hum uo liaitlmore sun wfeai wanted. Wt v.-.'. , .. .