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city and district.
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flmrkMB ud O'Dajr D? Bmiil? tmr |
iIibih ?Crf<)uM?r
Howton won the ?am<* yesterday by s score of I
to 0 in ths pierfntb inning. The announcement
that Boston ? (20.000 battery would play drew
2.U00 people to Capitol Park yesterday. O'Day
wm la the boa for the Home Mam. and pitched a
magnificent guw. Some persons doubtle
thought his record on Monday was merely a spurt,
and could not be repeated. Bat be did repeat It,
proving that he is one of tbe leading pitchers in
tbe country, and tbat tbe tbree^trtke rule has
taken him from tbe rinks of baae-glvers, and
landed blm among tbe marvel* As goose egg
after gooes egg was marked on toe board tor botb
aid*-*, tbe excitement grew intense, and wben
Boston came in tor their balf of tbe
eleventh inning there was scaroly a sound
Mike Kelly bit a little one that bounded
over O'Day's head and K"lly reached first
on a scratch. A wild pitch sent blm to third,
with no one out, and be scored on Wise's solid
rap to tbe left Held fence. Both sides played a
T?rr good game, although there were a few errors
scattered along to make tbe thing Interesting. It
was a more satisfactory (tame than that of Mon
day, although tbe home club was deflated.
Neither side did much batting, ibe work of the j
pile hers being remarkable, clarkson he.d tbe sen
ators down to 6 hit- and struck out 11, ginng
three men Orst b.se on bail*
o'dat did bitts*
in the strike outs, getting 13, and giving only one
man am, but the Boston people hit him safely 7
times, one* for two bases. Mill it waa such a
record that might make people think that It Is
not big release money and big salary that make a
pitcher alter alt Tbe visitors were destined to
score in the eleventh inning regardless of U'Day's
wild ptwu, tor the king of the diamond waa on
Orst with a run in his eye and no one was out.
Wi-*^ hit would probably have brought him in
had be not gone to third. Taken altogether
o i>ay showed up fully as well. If not better tnan
the 110,000 pitcher, and gave added promise of a
great record under tne new rules this year.
when m oajik waa LOOT.
Washington should have scored in the tenth, but
Umpire Lyncn s erroneous decision when, with a
man on third, Irwin ran to second spoiled the
chance*. The Washington captain bad slid away
around Nash and waa safe, even to the satisfac
tion of the Bosun scorers on the roof. Umpire
Lynch did not run down to second, as he did at the |
Orst of the season, and decld-d that ue was out.
Hoy and Deaaley each made two pretty hits yes
terday, and tbe matter backed up O'Day in gtg.it
style. The feature of the game was tne discom
fiture of tne author of -'Play Ball'' In striking out
twice. Two very neat double piays were made.
Wise, 5ash and Morrill getting one and <?ardn>r I
and oBnen making the other, oardner played a ,
fair game at short, which is his regular position.
Ue made two errors, one excusable and the other
bad; but he made some pretty stops and throws
that almost compensated. The total errors were
& by Washington and tJ by Boston.
Imp.re Lynch Is doomed to unpopularity In
Washington from one habit alone. It has often
been noticed that wben Captain Irwin asks a
question or "makes a kick," he Is prouipi ly sent
back to his box with a very curt order. But with
Messrs. Ewing or Morrill the case seems different,
and instead o! the promptness he shows to th?
Washington man he pais them on the shoulder
and pol.tely requests them to step back. '1 here is
no difference in results, but the crowd does not
like to see partiality shown in this way.
OTBSB dAMKa.
The only other League game yesterday was in
New York, where the Philadelphia club defeated
the Ulanta by a score of 5 to 3. Welch and
0*Rourke were New York's battery, and Casey and
McGolre did the work lor Philadelphia. Hits, 10 |
by New York and 8 by Philadelphia; errors, ? by
New York and 0 by Philadelphia.
Barney GUligan was yesterday signed by De
troit.
ASSOCIATION OAXKft.
at PMladelphla?Athletic, 16; Cleveland, a At
Baltimore?Baltimore, 5; Brooklyn, 4. At Kansas
City?Louisville. 18: Kansas City, a. At 9L Louis
?Cincinnati, 5; 8L Loui.% L
DIPLOntS FOR VOI.IG DOCTOR*.
PmMeat Cleveland Distribute* tbe
WbMftklataia nodical College Cea*
it.
There was a brilliant scene at the congregational
church last night, the occasion being the com
mencement exercises of the class of 88 of the
medical and dental departments of the National
University. The church was crowded. The Ma.
rise Band, under the direction of Prof, sousa, ren
dered a number of selections. Before the exer
cises commenced the graduates, composed of John
A. Drawbaugh, D.D. S., Pennsylvania, graduate in
medicine, and the following graduates In dent
istry: A. A. Anderson, Pennsylvania; Arthur H.
Baker, Minnesota: George M. Beckett, New Jer
sey; J esse M. Campbell, Missouri; Samuel J.
cockertlie, Jr? District of Columbia; J. Wilson
Davis, District of Columbia; Robert L Hyatt,
District oi Columbia: Joseph M. McDonald, New
York; 8. F. Newton, District of Columbia; Wm. J.
Reynar, Cs&ada; Jew*) n Rutherford, Pennsyl
vania; W. K. VanNunlen. Vienna. Austria, took
beats on the platiorm. A few minutes later a gen- !
eral buzz in (he house signalled the arrival of ,
President Cleveland, who. In company with Coin
mls&louer Webb, was escorted to the platform by
the faculty of the university.
Judge Mai.Arthur, the vice-chancellor of the
university, called the assembly to order. Divine ;
blessing was asked by Rev. S. W. Haddaway. j
Judge Mac Art bar then rose again and made a
snort introductory address, giving a detailed his
tory of the university and tne work that was be
fore the young graduates. President Cleveland
then presented the diplomas to the graduates. He
was followed by Prof. A. J. Morrison, who made an
Interesting address to the graduates. The exer
cises were closed by Mr. J. W ilson Davis, who de
livered a valedictory a idrese, his iheme being "Ad
vantages o< Education."
After the coinineni-ement there was a meeting of
the alumni at Harvey's, and ibe following officers
were elected: Dr. Jno. A. Daly, president; Dr. W.
A. VanNorden, first vice-president; Jobeph M.
McDonald,second vice-president; John A. Draw
baugh, tulrd vice-president; G. W. Eglesion, sec
retary; Thcmaa J. Jones, treasurer; executive
committee?J. W. Davis, G. w. Grinder, w. p.
Liggett, s. P. Rollings worth, Q. M. Beckett, and
John Dra wbaugh. An elaborate banquet was
Claiming llad. Hay.
a **rrno or the ri diu turio-nts or tbz
OOVtUilfOT LAST BVKMXO.
A meeting of those Interested in the pending bill
In Congiu? to pay to per diem employee of tbe
Government the back pay alleged to be due for
working over tbe eight hours required by law was
held last evening at XcCauiey's Hall. Richard
Emmons, sr., presided, and W. A. Cahlll was sec
retary. A resolution was adopted protesting
against further aelar on the part oi Congress, and
aaalng that the substitute offered by* Mr. Tarsney,
of Michigan. April 18, be passed by congress. A
committee, consisting of Messrs. L. M. Herbert,
T.J. Jacobs and W m. Hard ester, was appointed
to present this resolution to the House and senate,
and to use every effort to secure the passage of the
but. A committee on finance was authorized to
he appointed by the chair to solicit subscriptions
from navy-yard employes. Mr. L. M. Herbert read
a draft ot a letter which Is to be sent to all the
navr-yard", requesting the employes to hold
meetings in bena.f of the substitute bill, and
urging tbe appointment of two representatives
from each navy-yard to come to mis city and
remain here from tne loth to the 'Jutb of May.
Tne letter was approved, and on motion 1,000
copies of the substitute Mil were ordered to be
printed. A subscription was taken up to defray
expei
Trasder* ?? Heal Estate.
Deeds in fee have been filed as follows: J. c.
Churchill to G. W. Tltcomb, part 51, S. P. B.'s sub.
Pleasant Plains; . C. H. Cragln, trustee, to
Max Marshall, part ?, sq. M5; *AJ0. Mary E.
BoanO to L. Cavanaugh, part 13, sq. (MM; E.
Hudson to W. E. Prali. parts 3 and 4, sq. 185;
ti:t.joa Amanda J. K iy to G. V. cissel, lot so,
i~j. 15; $3uu A. P. Kard >n to Ellen V. Mason, sun.
44, sq. 131; f- -1?>. Kupbeiiila H. McLeod to
Pnncet aH. Mccarttiy, sub 'Jl. sq. 71; *4.800. o.
U. Hubbard to Ja& h. Fllca. pu u.'? add. to Be lair
iulghts;*?. Louise H. Patterson ",o C. A. but
ter, pt. 01. tq. 1 j?: |15,'.-.,4^a Helen J. Carter to
K. k. Bradle), lot 14, sq. au3; t?.
Livs vrcH't Maksxt.?At the Union Stock Yards
yesterday 140 cattle on the market and all sold to
hatchers as toilows: Best so.d from 5 to Htfc. per
pound; good sold from 4S to 4',c. per pound;
medium soid trum 4 to 4\c. per pound; common
sold from 3 to 3\,c. per poaud. Five hundred and
aeveai)-flve shrep and laiubs on the market; 4til
sold to butcners as follows: Old sheep Sold from
fl 10 O^c, per pound; cilt>pe<l sold from 5 to 8c. per
pound; spring l.tmbs sold from m to 1134c. per
pound; 112 shipped to Baltimore market. Cows
and calves sold Irotn gJ.j to each. Markci for
cattle was bnsk. Market lor sheep and lambs
dulL
s?t. Joh* ? osniAHAoa?Yesterday at .1 p. m. a
large number of M. John s parishioners assembled
in ?U John s orpbana*-. on 'Jotn street, below ?
northwest u> participate la the dedication ot tbe
aewly^voiDieted wing of the orphahage. In the
absence of Bishop Par?t the service of dedication
was conducted by the Kev. Dr. Leonard, the rector.
Aaoog the clergy present were Revs. McKee.
Pyne. and Uolden, of M. John'*; Kev. Henry K
pyne. of Wlfc-aastet, Me.; Kev. Joshua Weaver,
?ev. Alfred Harding, and Kev. J as. W. Clark, of
this city. After the dedication a recepuoo was
heid by s coaimltu-e of ladles of St. John a
Cocrr or okvoial Txs*.
yesterday. Brown agt handen; mouon for a re
IHSSi?1 SWL Dsaa age Brown; dlsJ&ls?M.
Cfacrrr Cocst. Na ?Jvdgr Hemek.
Yesterday, Webster sgU Baltimore and Potouac
CO.; venLct for plaintiff tor U.0HC.
PaoaaTS COC*T?Vudye Cmx.
Yesterday, estate of Mathlas Chrtsunilier: re.
celpcs from distributees nie.L Kstate of George
Rupll; letters testamentary to Jouus Hngle; bon-i,
td.ooa Batsi* ut Wm. carroU; addltlooal inven
tory ot personal estate niert. Estate of Patrick
Ryan. Was! notice to creditors.
cams An cocr-Jmtio* Momlgomrry.
Yesterday, Kdward Gordon. Henry carry (alias
Henry To.liver, allaa hossum carry), Samuel Bos
too, Hearr soott, and Joha Jackaon, rape aad aa
aauit witn intent to commit rape; verdict not
Blty. Thoa Cady aad John Kairan. houaeoreak.
; aoUe ?ran Andrew J. Laird, assault with
uiMftto kiiijartw to fwtors kal? 10
colored nmioDim
Tk? A. !R. E. Cwlma
?8SI0*?"wrsnnjn ikvocvcii).
t ^ *? con,erenc? ?? Baltimore yester.
8tew*rt re*d *&? import of the com
mitwe on education, which showed that many of
the young men availed themselves of the advanta
f/?,?,?!"*1 bLlhe Howart Cniverslty and other
^. KiU~0a*- repo,t Pralaed "?e school system
Xin??i?5S1JEL0?-?0',!B,,'*? an(J regretted som*.
subject? 111 B'HUnxw* ? lavoron this
tiorffnF^ 811,1 reman asked for an appropiia
f?ra8M*me5'cllurc?>. stating that the church
tcmJ^ conimon^ financially, and If tome
wnlmi Immediately done, the building,
fmm ^ h?m i at ?as a month, would betaken
Un5 8Um wlu M taken from the dollar
the congregation.
yjy**Ior wfibertorce college were elected
awBasnjy* 'm? "c"
rJ?Z!? /u^u8tus Kuw, Enoch K. Hughes, L. H.
iM?nk But,er' and f. S. Dennis were admit
ted into ruii connection.
w.a0Ln?a,?rl!U r*f?*)rt fron? tbe Potomac district
was as follows: . i
support.*.\9tw.9
WSBi u.u.c CMS, Hi ; MO- I
ir EfiT' SocletJ. ?51.64; Mite Society, jy.55; char
"?We purposes, *.'+?.4U; educational purposes,
?if!"??' day, *4^.54; students' fund,
SLuiiL8^*1** 3Ch0?1 purposes at home, (1,063.11;
paid on church debt, |f,i-ja8l.
?]* statistical reports from the Potomac district
make the following showing: Members, 3,024;
^PrrherH-;?: p*l>orters. 10; churches. JO;
S2L Talue. r?niS0; indebtedness, $S,M&85
parsonages, 7; their value. $4,445; school-houses,
8, value, $1.^50; Sunday schools. 'J9; superlnten
la?i PUP118. 'A-Vl; volumes in
library, 4, lie.
*?2^?P announced the appointments, those
in the Potomac district being as follows?Presid
ing elder. Rev. J as. H. A. Johnson. Ebenezer, Bal
2?"*! "**? w- H- Brown; Metropolitan, (to be i
supplied); St. Paul, Washington, D. c., Rev.
Charles A. Piuhugh; Mu Pisgab, Washington,
Rev. Jno. m. Cargiii; uarfleld aud Bennlng's, Rev. ,
T. R. binklleld; West Washington, Rev. Arthur
Jones; Eoenezer, West Washington, Rev. Jno. P.
Cox; Annapolis, Rev. John P. Lane; West River,
Rev. Daniel J. Beckett; Tee Bee, Rev. George \V.
Johnson; Charlotte Hall, Rev. Nathan Berry:
Um^Parote; Kev. christian Jones; Crowderavilie,
Rev. Francis J. Peck, sr.; Calvert County, (to be
: Bladensburg, ReT- James A. Handy;
Hillsdale, Rev. o. D. Robinson; St. James' cha:>eL
Rev. Samuel M. Johnson and North Washington,
C Ti Rev. W. T. Anderson was ap
nted missionary to Africa. Rev. James C. Wll
us was transferred to New Jersey conference,
and Rev. Isaac Watklns to New Jiugland confer
VBCf.
1 he conference adjourned to meet next year at
v. MMfwW XL
tnlon Pacific Kailroad.
ANNUAL Jffc-ETINQ?ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
The annual meeting of the Union Pacinc Rail
road was held In itoston yesterday. The lease of
the Oregon Navigation Company's lines and the
lease of the Oregon Snort Line road were con
armed. At a meeting of the directors yesterday
afternoon the following officers were chosen:
President, Charles P. Adams; vice-president, Ezra
i,'? ^rar:.V?ntroUer'OUver W" treasurer.
' Alexander Millar; as
treasurer, L. 8. Anderson; assistant treas
urer and assistant secretary in New York, James
M. Hatnin. Mr. Bakar succeeds the late Mr. Pot
ter as vlce-presluent. I
They want a Heal Republic.
M. M. Lalsant and MlclieUn, Boulangerlst
deputies have written to the anti-Boulanger
deputies of the Department of the Seine, proposing
that all resign their seats in order that the people
of Paris may decide between the two parties. The
writers aver that they are genuine republicans
and opposed to ail Caesarian alms, but consider
the present situation of parliament a disgraceful
?n the republic. They desire a
Tert -'^public. President Carnot, who has
??.SS? ??* a, tour 01 tbe 80(1111 of Prance,
^lr welcom?l at the depots along the
^"'f-The manuesto of the count of Paris to his
in'tthi'sT'"" .*,he. political situation In
Prance, in which he said the settlement demanded
by the people could only be obtained by the
restoration of a monarchy, has fallen n it.
Teenier Will How All Comer*.
?* SATS HE WILL CLAW THE CBAMl'tONsHIF or
THE WOKLD AFTER MAT.
John Teemer, champion oarsman of the t'nlted
States, accompanied by his wife and youthful son,
arrived In Pittsburg from Florida Sunday night
They went directly to McKeesport. Teemer Is as
brown as an Indian and says he never felt better
in his Ufe. In an interview he said: "I propose to
claim the Utle of champion of the world after May
JhiA1?,1!0* "J.ut KemD and Hanlan are to row for
this title on May a, but I have a stronger claim io
?{ them* 1 baTe debated Hanlan
^ squarely, and Beach had no authority
to transfer the title to Kemp or any other man. I
have had a challenge, backed up with a *.Vx> for
wr.^irtt!UliUn*f 1111 w.'"ter-10 row any man in the
world. Hanian and Kemp both knew this, and
J not going to lei them run away with honors
that do not belong to them. I will be ready to de
c'iUm against all comers for as much
as. they care to put up." He also said that
he would probably goto Australia this v.mm-r
auy ainoum wliUier 01 1116 Banian-Kemp race ior
?iani Small's Prohibition Convention.
TWENTT-FOCR DELEGATES TO INOIANArOLIS ELECTED
The Georgia State Prohibition Convention, known
as Sam Small's convention, me' In Atlanta Tues
terday, with fifty del,-gates pr. sent, and organized
by Hie election of A. A. Murjihy as president. Mr.
Murphy made a speech denouncing the prohibit
tlonlsts who did not Join in with the third partv
movement. The platform was th? work ol Sam
was c?nnii''d entirely to the question
of prohibition. A delegation of twenty-lour was
l0. atten(1 lue Indianapolis convention
ana was lnstrucu-d to vote for Klske and Bavne
for Presldent and Vice-Presldent respectively.
Cr*wn Priace William's Crippled Arm.
"A former tutor" of tne new crown prince of
Germany contributes some scattered recollections
of his royal pupil to this month's Murrey s Maya
tint. In the course of the article he says: "Much
has been said and written about Prince William's
crippled arm that Is far from accurate. I had
S!tn'n the habit of sitting close beside him every
day for weeks, before I ever noticed that his arn
was In any way different from that of other ne2
pie Even then I only observed it because mTt?!
tent:on was calle.1 to it by others. Then I t*?
eelved that the left arm was always in alrno^t
"'Ct'ythe same altitude, and that the prtnee
could only move it very slightly, bending it a lit!
tie up or a little down from its normal position
af?* the body, as though It were fixed to an In
visible sung; and that if he wished to use It to
steady the sheet of paper on which he was wrltlnz
be was obliged to raise It onto the table with the
other hand. No doubt this lack or power is a great
loss and inconvenience, especially to so artent a
soldier as Prince WllUam, for It compels hlmlun
derstand, to ride only horses that hive 5
A Very Practical Question.
A WTlter of " Average Opinions" In the Worces
ter an tells this story: "A young friend of mine
pos?esw>d of considerable artistic taste, has been
occupying his leisure hours for several years in
the decoration of the walls and celling of his
room. He conceived a very clever design, and
has carried it out with considerable skill.' tiip
groundwork Is the iashlonable Vomblng' stvl?.
Tn light and attractive tint, the sperliuv o? thi
plan coming In the frieze and dado. Th4e krecW
fa black, to represent tiles and panels, on whirh
nw.^as reproduced In Pom,,elan red I Uxman's
Illustrations r.,r the Iliad. The drawiSf
are excel.ent, and the wnole retlects^irreat
credit on the artist. He is Justly proud (Tm
ZXLZ?, readUy exhibits It to his friends. 0ue
t ?r' ?a exlr,'me'y practical young fellow
whose taste for tne flnearis has not been riiifL
vated^ after politely admiring 'the pictures?and
practicaily reeling 0f theut, naively in^,^
W ell, but how are you going to get this on when
you come to paper tbe room ??" waen
McCaffret to Fight Jem Smith it ,????
nuut t"it lb" ^i;.shMp?
Jem Smith, is the man whom Dominic v -f-,
to nght. The contest wmnw tillepi^feif
?'uly-and is to be ten rounds vvitn -,m*u gfuv^ .?
lowed by law, the winn. r to taie awwl thl^ib
J.. 1-rcentof tU - ga'.e receipts. Th? art c"^?
agreement have airea ;y been alVnm ?2f,
p.ace for the contest h.s mlt y^C'u
snum will arrive in Newjrorlt early In J^nt
Bis*ors of the M. E. ? hukch ih Seshiov _Th?
?lue -yi,t-nudist Episcopal Church enured
upon their semi-annual session in New York
u-rday. The me<>t!ii* is being Utld with cl^S
"J< proceedings consist mainly in ^he
n ot 1,J,'snons of administration ahiom
those present are Blsuops Bowman. grstiS
Andrews, of Washington; Koss, of MiSMamila'
Fowier, of San Francis.-o; Foswr. of
ren. of Denver; MaUelleu, of New Orleans1 WaJ*
den, or Chattanooga, and Mornil, of Chlcwa
pneral conference or the M. E. church wlu'heStn
Its session at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning Beit' s
the Menopoliun Opera House, iSy'ort '
A Colored Pkeacker Shoots Hm Wrrs.?Th? I
Rev. Oeonre H. Tllgtunan, a colored preacher in
Wilmington. DeL, yesterday atiernooh^Tot an.i
?enou.il) wounded his wife. The ball ontered her
mouth and came out under tlie ear. The ?hoot?nJ
wcumd in front of one of the most prondn nf
l'?.WlUi * *eort ?<>w ot people standlmr in
"VS.!!'.KKfSSifa
wooieimm raid upon llouoruiMiwre h, ZZ1 J ?
rnlttee or sou of the Lea^nJ^ft h?n y t*- ???
New CaTBOLIC Ar '
Tfc? Swiss buiKtesnuh has decided
bmpi ownmmtm,
Tbe report of tbm .........
tbe Pennsylvania republican oooveatioo at ?
rlsborg yesterday, an abstract at wfcieh waa pub
lished la Tn Star, waa adopted unanimously.
Jacob M. Campbell, oC Cambria Ooonty, waa mada
permanent president. JameaT. MltebaU, of Phila
delphia; chief Justice Gordon, Judge Wilbur F.
Sadler, of Cumberland; Judge Edwin Henry Stow a,
of Pittsburg, and Juhn J. Wick ham, of Bearer,
were nominated for supreme Judge. Judge Jamea
T. Mitchell received the nomination on the fourth
ballot. Senator X. & Quay, Vbl B. Leeds, Gen.
Daniel H. Hastings and Henry W. OUrer were
nominated for delegates*!.large to the Chicago
contention. A..H. Woods, of Huntingdon; H. J.
shoemaker, of Bucks; J. K. Bwlag, of Fsystte,
and Waiter K Jones, 0( Lenign, were chosen as
alternates.
The delegates to Chicago elected at the Massa
chusetts republican convention yesterday were
not instructed, but they are believed to be for
Blaine.
Gen. Webster Flanagan, of Busk County, was
chosen permanent chairman, and J. C. Martin, of
Tarrant County, secretary, of the republican con
vention at Fort Worth, Tex., yesterday. The
platform condemns the President's mesaage; favors
tariff for protection; demands special piotection
tor wool; indorses the Blair educational Mil, and
laments tne death of conkung. Following are
the delegates*t-large elected: John B.Hector,
of Austin; A. J. Rosenthal, of LaGrange; C. M.
i ergusou, of Hichmond; N. W. cunney, of Galves
ton. '1 he district delegates for Texas are as fol
lows; First district, M. A. Baker and Josh da
Houston; second, G. W. Burkett and Alexander
Asoeiry; third, Webster Flanagan and L. B. Fish;
fourth, samuel Wright and JoEn coffee; flfth, H.
M. spauidiug and J. W. Uearne; sixth, J. F. Alex
ander and c. F. AUerwan; seventh, H. B. Kent
froe and H. C. Feiguson; eighth, A. G. Johnson
and M. M. Hugers; ninth, W. T. Crawford and W.
H. Biunt; teutn, J. C. Depress and KH. Terrell;
eieveiitii, Hubert F. Campbell and W. fc Morton.
The delegation stands sixteen white and ten col
ored. it is tnougnt to be about equally divided in
nrst preiurence between Blaine and Sherman. T.
B. Hanna, of Denison, and A. J. Evans, of Ban An
ton.o, were nominated for electors-awlarge. J. C.
Degress, of Austin, was unanimously elected
chairman of ttie state executive committee. The
question 01 nominating a state ticket was relegated
to a special committee to meet at Austin Au- |
gust 2*.
Leavlsf the Catholic Church.
XONSIONOR So t*LAND BATS HE CANNOT BELIEVE THE
DOGMAS or THE LAM COUNCIL.
The New York Churchman publishes a letter
from Right Kev. Monsignor Leon Bouland to Pope
Leo XIIL, formerly withdrawing from the Catholic
Church. His reasons are both doctrinal ana pollt- |
lcaL M. Bouland is honorary private chamber
lain of his holiness and honorary canon of the
Meti opolitan Church or R helms. In his letter to
the pope he says:
"It is no longer possibles for me to believe the
teachings of the syllabuu, and tbe dogmas pro
claimed at tbe last Vatican council. I can no longer
admit tbe pretensions of ultramontanlain, claim
lug, as it does, absolute autnortty, not only in
matters religious, but also in matters scientific,
philosophic, social and polttlcaL Such pretensions
history proves to be destructive of religion and
public liberty. The Roman hierarchy constitutes
in the United States (a country of which 1 am
proud to be a citizen) a danger ever on the increase.
This I have repeatedly mentioned to your holiness
in the private audiences with which 1 have from
time to time been honored. In this great republic
I Uud a church truly apostolic and Nlcene, wholly
independent of the state, and which understands
bow to reconcile in due proportion the rights that
liberty confers with the duties which It Imposes.
Is that church?to which 1 now declare my ad
herence? taith does not shut out reason of science,
which, together with true religion, make lntell
gent Christians and enlightened citizens."
The Green Flag will War*,
MAT0R HEWITT'S VETO OVERSLAUGHED BT THE XXW
TORE BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
The New York board of aldermen haw
wrestled with Mayor Hewitt's flag veto, and sev
eral members used forcible language in speaking
of the mayor. The trouble began when Mr. DowU
lng called up ttie mayor's veto of the amendment
to say wbat flags should be placed on the city
balL He said that It was not Intended to displace
the American flag. "I am as much in favor or dis
playing the flag of Germany," said Mr. Dowling,
:'as 1 am occasionally of displaying the flag of
Ireland. Tne mayor has taken occasion to vent
bis spite against the Irish In this country and the
Irish in Ireland. Who is this man who has ">'?
un-American prejudice against irishmen and the
sons of irishmen, and Germans and the sons of
Germans? Fifty years ago a cabinetmaker's shop
stood at tbe juncture of West Broadway and
Church streets. It was kept by the father of our
present mayor. On tbe sign outside the store waa
an emblem. That emblem was a menace to Amer
ican institutions. It was thecoauof.arms of Grfat
Britain. 11 Washington, Jackson, Lincoln or any
other great American could speak, they wouid
trust Irishmen ana Irishmen's sons lullyar quickly
as they would the race from wnlch Mayor Hewitt
sprung."
The amendment to the ordinance was passed by
a vote or ao to 3 and tbe aldennen were victorious.
Should Ladle* Take I'p Church Col
lections.
From tbe Albany Argus. .
It seems to me that tbe Idea of ladles passing
the contribution plate In our churches Is an excel
lent one. In some of the Western states It was
done that way years ago, and some churches out
there keep up the practice. There la nothing out
of tbe way about it. It ladles preside at organs
and sing In our choirs, why not have them pass
the plato also? "There is no harm, as tar as I can
see," said a regular lady attendant of our churches
to mo last Sunday evening. "And there are good
re.tsuns why th*- ladles would make flrsuciass col
lectors. Men would be more apt to drop in the
plate 10 cents or a quarter Instead of a nickel. If
only for appearance sake, and as au extra contri
bution to beauty. Of course the prettiest ladles In
the congregation must be selected for the work.
Then, a-aiu, the ladles would all give something,
for they know that two eyes would be watching
tucm, and tor shame sake, and for rear they would
hear ol it if they never put anything in the plate
an event very probable, every one of tbem would
give some of their pin money. 1 tell you, In all
candor, lady collectors in our churches with the
contribution plates would raise nearly twice as
much as men collectors, who nonchalantly
the plate, and are Indifferent to whether yot give
anyming or not. Such an Innovation wo\iid not
be irreligious. We have lady solicitors at our
church lairs, and why not lad; contt,bbUon col
lectors In our churches? Let one ohurch take ud
the idea as an experiment, and others will speed
ily follow. Lady contribution collectors would
speedily raise enough to pay off church debts,"
The Test.
From tie Boston Courier.
"Yesdarling,"he said intones ot deep tender-1
ness, "I would do anything to show my love for
you."
"Oh r sighed the gent* maiden, "that's what
all men say when they are striving to win a wo
man's heart.
"Put me to the proof," he exclaimed In wild, nas
Slonate tones, "put me to the proof, test me and
see irirdL set me any taak within the bounds ot
possibility and it shall be performed."
yotU"bUe munnered? 1 could only believe
"Put me to the test, say to me do this or do
that, anJ it shall be done.''
"Then I wiu put you to tbe test."
"Ah," he exclaimed, exultingly, "yoa be
hold tbe height, tbe depth, the length, the
breadth, the circumference of my love [?what la
tlio wst?"
maiden dropped her snowy lids until the
silken lashes rested on the peach bloom of her
dlmP|?athe corners other
m ou t h, sad bending over the youth who knelt at
her feet she whispered:
"Marry some other girl!"
?!*?*???? Eye.
From the Strlnrfleld Kepnuican.
A New York oculist asserts that the greatest
enemy to the eye of young men is the cigarette.
Recently a disease has appeared among smokers
which Is dangerous, and, after careful Investiga
tion, the best authorities, who tor s long time
were at a loss to understand tbe peculiar malady
SuckR**lt*ta l?,wt?8raaU PaPW-coveredtobacco
stices, it is now known aa the "cigarette eve "
cured ouly by long treatment. Its
symptoms are dimness and fllm-like gathering
lnusrvata!'6' w *PPears and disappears at
dstwliuag the Caehltr,
From the New York Telegram.
A young man, who has a deposit in s down-town
sa\ings bank, called this morning and asked to
withdraw a single dollar ot his hard-earned ?->?
"We don't bother with nothing lea '*-?ti 15. ix
you want ?6 you can have it, but nothing less."
"But it is printed in tbe pass-book that sums of
tl and upward will be received on deposit."
'Yes; but that's s different thing. You can da.
pom less than So." ?"**? iwucsnae
.U>e.Z'mn? m*fl wu thoughtful for a moment,
and then Es said: "Well,let me havstti
dolly bills." The money was gratefully nipped
?? ?? Hs put one of the bills Intohls Docket
and handed the remaining four bank with tneiS
mark, "that he wuhtd t^deposlt iS mo^f? **?
A Hsn with
From the Bew York Sun.
Wife (to husband, In the grocatj ,,Wj
"John, 1 do wish thst yoa would Jcte tbs church
and Means s Christian, l?a irrmlsul as rat
would."
Husband?"I know I did, Maria, and I win: bat
I ve got to work off thst stock o( maple sugar hist
im no hypocntsi" *
fn Fori Coronas Buivutkm amw m flaw
or Camp aim.?The Uathoiis Neym,otSvm York my.
lgpS?ft?sSlg|
The Prtnes of Wales was isMan
teenth time, instslled ss mad
Mjjobsoi Ksgiaad.
Mr. BoSt.?T"
Urn the rnea
chamhwmi
W* Hi McElNEW,
!? ?
W*opta To-day alias of LADIES* JACKETS,
at the latest Sprint ClotUt
at
$
77
77
TT _
77 ?
^ss;
i an worth 99. Bat by
mt from om msnufectui
thenby ?allied to civ* ths publio a j
AND CHILDREN'S JACKETS
at Popular price*
Will tlMN take notice?we are CLOSING OCT Under
wear, Hosiery, Shirts, Ties, Suspenders, Handker
chief a, Ac., WAT BELOW COST. Why pay full price
?lMWte*.
WM. H. MoENEW,
ap24 933 Pennsylvania avacue.
?Rabi Nautes In Gceqite Vasto."
Anything wrong about that? If to, chars* It to
Horace. We claim to be of the few who gat
on swimmingly with
ALL THE PEOPLE.
Children'! Suite, aizea 5 to 14 yean, NOT all wool.
$L25.
WE SWIM!
Boy*' Suits, aizea 12 to 18 year*, costs. Testa, and I
long pants, NOT a fiber of wool In 'em, $1.96.
WE SWilli
Men's Suits, grave and gay.sack and cutaway, atrictly
all wool, $8.75.
WE SWIM!
Sprint? Overcosts, silk fscings. full roll fronts, dash
lac, stylish, strictly all wool, $6.75.
WE SWIM!
Prince Albert Suits, corkscrew, perfect fitting,
strictly all wool. $15.50.
WE SWIM!
Men's Trousen. Tucker Tweed, neat atrip* and I
atrictly all wool, $2.
WE SWIM!
And. if you please, whv should we not SWIM when
we sell goods that are HELIABLE at the prices named?
And permit us to remind you that our stock of
BEADY-MADE CLOTHING,
Taken as a whole, is the cleanest, best and cheapest on
this or the other side of the Atlantic; also, that the
name we have adopted ia no misnomer. We do indeed
FINE BEADY-MADE CLOTHING
AT EXACTLY TEN PER CENT ABOVE THE
ACTUAL COST OF MANUFACTURE
V IOTOB E. ADLEB'S
10 TEN PER CENT CLOTHING HOUSE, 10
927 and 929 7th st,n.w.. corner Massachusetts are.
Strictly One Pnoa,
Open Saturday until 11 pi. m. ap23
Special Bargains In Sewing Ma
chines.
1 Singer, $9.
1 Singer, drop-leaf and drawer, $1&
1 high-arm Bemington, drop-leaf and drawer, $16.
W. k W? No. 8, drop-leaf and drawer, $12.
Domestic, $15. I
Home, $10.
The above machines have all improvements, and are
warranted and kept in order free of charge for two
yean.
Call early and secure a real bargain at
a. oppenheimer a bro.'S,
New Building, 514 9th at n.w.
Good machines for rent.
Be pal ring a specialty.
Bole agenta for the light running New Home Sewing
Machine. ap23
New India Siles.
W. M. SHUSTEB k SONS
WILL OPEN MONDAY
A lot choice floral desitrnx in INDIA SILES, which
they will sell at $1 per yard.
They will also open a full line of higher priced IN
D1AS in better grades. New patterns in CHANTILLY
LACES. NEW GRENADINES and MOURNING
GOODS,
They are showing the finest lot of INDIA SILKS
that has ever been brought to this city, in light and
darkoolon. And aa Vie demand la greater than has
ever been known, an inspection is solicited. Prices
from 75c. to $2.
one PRICE
W. M SHUSTEB k sons,
ap21 919 PENNA. AYE.
The Last Half Of April.
The latter part of this month is almost certain to
bring us some genuine sprinc weather. Therefore, let j
us Introduce:
25 do*. "MONARCH" BBAND SCOTCH MADBAS
SHIRTS, very fine, stylish and serviceable, at $1.50,
with collars and cuffs complete.
17 dos. FINE FRENCH PERCALE SHIRTS, in all
newest patterns, with three collars and a pair of cuffs,
at $1.50.
Aa a new departure we have put in a line of FINE
LINEN STRIPED and PLAID VESTS. MOIRE SILK
VRST for full drees.
If you want to aee the very latest It is the SQUARE
and ROUND-CROWN HATS in the "Venetian" mix
tun. We have )ust opened them.
Novelties in NECKWEAR received weekly.
AUERBACH k BRO?
623 Pans, avenue.
Under Metropolitan Hotel. mh31-so3m
Tn ss ass i/ c*
n U- iv K S
AND
1.1 A K> ill C C
11A n 111 E. 3s o
OF "T. GRADES,
AT PRICES ANDjOT^OAUTY^Tg^ WE GUAB
"t"1 ?*fme*nVk.
repairing PROPERLY DONE
mh3I-3m
Cooking By 6a&
A fan Una o<
OAS COOKING STOVES
On hand and lot sals.
mhSl WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY.
Qiraunan, ok the liquor habit,
EDUCATIONAL.
AS8AB
College.
for ?dmlMfaa to VA88AB COLLEGE
willbeheldat Washington in the tail ?nk U Ja
Applicant* ? ho old inform the PwlilMt MM* May
10th. Addreaa JUOI M. TAYLOR, D D?
*p25-6t FonghkeetieU.'ff'T.
I KT SCHOOL WEST END.
V Studios
SHORTHAND REVOLUTIONIZED.
S5iT!,kt ReportlM speed gainedIn bttmra three
and fonr months. eft?n now forming. Tyvewrttinj
"tS ot Oell or tend *tampe tor Proe
feok. 75c.: second book. 8L WASH
isOTP x school, w i r at n.w. api7-i2t*
pELNCH aYS'lKM oFloDKD SCHOOL
ECOLE DRAMATIQUE FRANQAISE,
723 13th it. Waahlngton. D. 0.
Quick, novel, attractive method: good pronunci*
tion. practical conversation. correct uee of verba and
pronotine In a eouraa of THIRTY LESSONS. Bew |
flma forming now. Srhcul opened until July L
REOPENS SEPTEMBER 24.
Summer eeaafan at e?ghiweeks,
TV-eM^Vr&^n?^SuKTS
gsrt^wil) pleaee call, or eend nam* end referenoea, to
?Tb? Student's Help" foraala at boofcatorsa, 92. ap21
"OCMMER CLASSES ?HALT KATES," FOB
O June, August and September. (Vacation la
Jul jr.) Leesons may be takan in any one or more of
the following: Elocution, Oratory, Voice Culture,
Deep Breathing. Articulation. Pronunciation, Phyil
eal Hanuory. Gesture. Tickets now on sale.
MARTYN CGLLEGE OF ELOCUTION
AND ORATORY,
313 6th street northwest.
a!8-8m (Half a Block Eaat of City P. O.)
SPENCERIAN BUSINESS COLLEOE, COR. 7TH
and D sts. n. w. New clasees lor Spring1 session.
Six department*; Practical Bnaineea Course; Engtlah
Branch?; Stenography and Type writing; Elocution'
Benn Pitman Phonography : Rapid Busineas Writing.
Day and evening Seealons for Ladiee and Gentlemen.
Tuition by tbe year, quarterly or monthly Install
ments Circulars free.
H. a SPENCER. Principal,
SARA A. SPENCER. Vice-Principal. apll
TVBAWINQ AND PAINTING ACADEKT OF FINE
JLlArts, 804 E. presided over by Mrs. IMOGENER
MoRRhLL. wbo baa bad 12 medals and stndiad 15
yean in Europe with tbe moat celebrated artists. To
brancnof art, from Drawings of all kinds to Portraits
and Historical Painting. Evening Claaaea for Ladiea
and Qentlemen Mondays ana Wednesdays at 7. aj-lm*
MARTTN'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 313 6TH
St. n.w.. near City Post Office. The Highest Stand
ard Businee* College in America. Colorxd students
not admitted. Catalogueefree. FRANCISO. MARTIN,
President. C. K. URNER, A. M. C. E., Prin. mhl8
Edward c. townsend,
TEACHER OF ELOCUTION,
mhl5-3m 1317 13th St. n. w.
W18 HlNGTON
11 KINDERGARTEN NORMAL INSTITUTE,
For the traininir of teachsrs,
with
Modal Kindergarten and Primary SchooL
Established 1874.
Mia. LOUISE POLLOCK. Principal.
A3 1017 10th st
?yy*. c. chare.
Teacher of Violin, Piano, and Organ. 153) Marion
?treet n.w. Terms reasonable. f3-3m*
JJT. VERNON SEMINARY.
110ft 1104, 1116 M STREET AND 1128 11TH
STREET N. W.
French and English Boarding and Day School for
Young Ladies and Little Girls.
Academic. Intermediate, and Primary Departments.
Thorough instruction in dl branches In accordanoe |
with best modern methods.
Thirteenth Year. Second Term begins FEBRUARY
1,1888.
Commodious new school building, heated by Steal
and containing Chapel, Session-rooms. Claaa-rooms,
and Office,
For particulars apply to
Ja38-6m MRS. E. J. B0MER9. Principal.
RS. BENJAMIN FULLER SMITH. TEACHER
M
of Vocal \i usic, Viardot-Garcia method. Applica
tions received Mondays and Thursdays from 2 to 4.
1733 H st. n.w. Reference*: Madame Ferleel-Ova |
Stuttgart, Mrs. secretary Whitney, Waah.; Mra. Gen.
Sheridan. )a28-4m*
PRIVATE LESSONS IN ALL GRADES OF STUDY;
to adults confidential; prepares for college, An
napolis, West Point, all examinations.
ee28 IVY INSTITUTE, a. w. cor. 8thand K ata aw.
The BERLTTE SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES.
WASHINGTON, 723 I4TH ST. N. W?
Boston. 154 Tremont St.: Brooklyn, 40 Conrt St. :
New York, 23 W. 23d St: Phi la. 1523 Chestnut $t
Thorough training in French. German, Spanish, Ac.
Conversational knowledge in ONE or TWO tkrmh
Siu in small t lasses; also private lessons.
Highest reierimces. Terms begin now. al6
PROPOSALS.
Treasury department, april 23d, isss.
Sealed Proposals will be received at the office of
the Superintendent. Treasury building, until TWO
O'CLOCK P.M., WEDNESDAY, MAY SECOND, 1888,
tor supplying the neceeaary labor and material for
laying an encaustic tile floor in the mint laboratory,
in accordance with specifications and drawing, which
will Ue famished upon application to the Ami*taut
Superintendent. Bidders should submit samples of
materials pro)>osed to be used, and each bid should
name a sum in gross for performing tbe work as speci
fied. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids,
and to waive defects. Envelopes containing proposals
should be addressed to the Secretary of the Treasury,
endorsed "Proposals for laying encaustic tile flooring.
Xlnt Laboratory." C. 8. FAIkCHILD, Secretary. It
Proposals for supplies?office of pub
uc Brn.Di.Nos asd Gnorsns. War Department,
Washington, l>. C., April 24,1888.?Sealed Proposals,
in duplicate, will be received at this office until
TWELVE O'CLOCK, NOON, THURSDAY, MAY
TWENTY-FOURTH. 1888. for furnishing RUpplies
required from time to time during the fiscal vear end
ing June 30, 1880, as follows: Class 1, Florists'sup
plies: Class 2, Flower-pots; Clans 3. Paints, oils, Ac.;
Class4. Hardware: Classy Agricultural implements,
&o.; Clans U. Electric battery supplies: Class 7, Drain
pipe. Ac.: Class8, Stationery; Class0, Manure; Class
10, Sand: Class 11. Soil: Class 12, Ice: Clasa 13. Lime
and cement: Clasa 14. Bricks, Class 15, Sod; Claaa 16,
Fuel: Claas 17. Lumber, Ac.: Class 18, Use of teams:
Class 19. Park settees. Class 20, Bulba> JVo Mdt wilt
bt accepted until after <ttnyrtta main the nectttary
api? oprial?m*. Separate proposals for each class are
desired; the envelopes will be indorsed to Indicate the
olass for which bid is made. Tha United States reserves
the right to reject any and all proposals. Forms and
specifications can be obtained at this office. JOHN M.
WILSON. Colonel. U. 8. Army.
ap24.2j,2tl.27Amy21A22
Proposals for fuel an d washing-office
of Recruiting Rendezvous, U. a. Army, No. 924
Pennsylvania avenue northwest Washington, D. C.,
April 23. 1888. Sealed proposals, in triplicate, subject
to the usual conditions, will be received at the Recruit
ing Rendezvous, at No, 924 Pennsylvani ?? avenue
northweet Washington. D. C_ until TWELVE
O'CLOCK. NOON, on the TWENTY-E1GH . H OAY OF
MAY, 1888. at which time and place they will be
opened in tbe presence of bidders, for furniahing
supplies and rendering services as indicated, for tha
Recruiting 8ervice, U. 8. Army, wherever required
within the city limits, during the fiscal year ending
June 30,1889. via: Furnishing and delivering fueL
and walking articles of Government clothing and
equipage. The Government reserves the right to ra
Jsat any or all proposals. Blanks and full Information
aatb bidding, sc.. will be furnished on application.
Bidders are notified tha tao award or formal a *ceptance
of any bid under this advertisement will be made until
Congress makes an appropriation for which the auppliea
or services referred to cau be paid for. Envelopes con
taining proposals should bs marked "Proposals tor
?and addressed to Recruiting Officer, No. 924
Pennsylvania avenue north west Washington, D, 0
ao24.25,2H.my24.25A2<l
r.wiim
OFFICE. W ARHIKQTOH, D. C, April 14.1888 ?Sealed
proposals. IB triplicate, subj ^t to usual conditlona.
will be received at this office until TW ELVE O'CLOCK
NOON, on TUESDAY. MAY 15. 1888, at which time
and place they will be opened. In the preaence of at
tending bidders, for constructing about 1,830 feat of
macadam roadway, 14 feet wid& with o><bble-stone
gutters 2 H feet wide, and about 4.510 feet of macadam
roadway, 13 feet wide, with cobble-stone gutters 2
feet Wide. Bidden to state the price per lineal foot
for each dimension of roadway and guttering. Forms
for proposals and specification* for sach clasa of work
ran be obtained at this office. The United Btatee re
serves tbe right to reject any and all propoeals. to ac
cept proposal* for the entire work, or to make award
of each class of work separately Q. a. DANDY,
Deputy Quartennaater-GeneraL U. 8. A, Depot Quar
tsrmaster. ap2&flt
~THE TRADEa "
BPECIALTY IN BOOKBINDING-HARPER'S AND
O Century Magazines bound for 85 and 75 centaat
THE LYOE IT BINDERY (eatabllshed 1845). 1012
Pa. ava AU work guaranteed. Send poatal. %3
Him Hint
SPRING STYLES
IN ALL THE NEW COLOR*
4tS2, S2.60, S3. #3.50 tad 14.
SPRING STYLE SILK HAlft
S3, S0 and S8.
CHOICE STOCK UMBRELLAS AND CANES.
GLORIA UMBRELLA8 WITH GOLD AND SILVEB
HANDLES at S3.35 aodS2.&a
J Am Kb r. DAVIS* SOKE,
mh3-3m 1201 Pooaa. aye, ear. 12th at
Luebig CoMPAjnrs Extract Or
MEAT. "An mvaluable tonic. Is a
boon for whiob (??
"Medical Prsaa" "Laaoet" Ae.
Iff
LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT Ot MSAT.
IJUIPIEB with BLOB SIGNATUBE ef BABOB
T*bahedaf alii
Bureau or Fasbiob,
' 14M BevTe
tm
ENGLISH MVBD HATS.
BONNETS AXD TOQUES.
SUMMER RESORTS.
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N5Sa&L?r,?.J
g?IW?tllH4 Iw
gCMIJIT POINT
asxington inn. oeoboetowb heights.
tottewMiwH
BATEMAN * OCX.
aplS-Jta 1411 T at ?.?.
Tbk Westminster,
DoIIchI Kentucky tm. Atlantic City. B I.
ap!3-3m ?'m *" *** "&B X. BOOR.
A TLANTIC CITT. ? J_ THE BBA0MOBTf~o3
A. Ken tacky m, above Pacific. >ow opw. QgM
Sonne; home oomforta. A"
mnS-eo3m M. II
^TLANTIC. CITT, J, THE VICTORIA- '
orated, baated.
ia now open
I South Carolina are.; thoroughly ran
The waverly. atlantic citt. x. j.-open
all year; hot and cold aa. water bath* In hotna;
line sun parlors; coach maeta tnina
ap6-3m MRS. J. L. BRYANT.
?mHE LELAND," _ _
Jl Ocean End Maaa. ave.. Atlantic City. N.J. Newly
built. Newly funiiahed. Open ail the rear.
mhL'4-Sm SAmL. WAGNER.
Cj Atlantic City. N. J.; new houee; ateam beat: electric
attachmenta. Mn. 1L T. SOU T HALL (o 1 Waahlnrton.
D. C.) Bhai-Sm
THE WINDSOR, ATLANTIC CITT. B. t. Cbit
plate new unitary arranaramenta. 7 be Berkeley
will be thoroughly renovated, newly furn'ahed, and
run in ooonecUoo with the Wlndaor. .
te am O. WATERS.
SiUMMEB BOARD?A FAMILY Of g OB B CAB
) obtain boatd at Mra. RUDOLPH'S for the aearoa
ouae and everything new. 106 Church at. Newport
K.L f.'0-3m*
LADIES GOODS.
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
10 Stylishly-Trimmed Hate, in leadlmr shapee,
trimmed with beet material; regular price, $6. Fri
day. C3.4S.
1 lot of Children'a Sailor Hata, trimmed in brown,
navy or cardinal, Friday 21c.
CLOAK department.
1 Solid-Beaded Wrap, In black, and odd piece; aold
for *25; Friday. ?&.
10 Spring Wrape, sites from 2 to 8 yeai% ranging la
price from f 4 to (6. Friday, choice f 1.68.
SHIRT WAISTS.
Boys' Ma Shirt Waists, in all aixea; Friday, 19c.
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT.
Children's 25c. Drawers, 3 tucks and heme; aisee 1.
2 and 3; Friday, 10c.
30c. Plllow-Shama, braided in ted; Friday, 25c.
- d aa u u aaaa ? ?
KBB A A U U M MM M ^SS*
K B it* U U MUM _ 2
BBB A A UU VMM ?888
BBB A U U MM MM * ?SSa
B B AA U D M M M M ?
5 r
ap20 7TH. 8TH AND D 8T8.
Mj.T.K Ma Je PeANDI,
1308 F at. n.w. (Mra. Hunfa.)
FINE FRENCH HAIR GOODS.
ALSO?
A apeclal selection In SHELL AMB1CB. and DULL
JET ORNAMENTS.
Hair Dreaaed and Bann Shingled. mh26-2m*
tiO. WHITE LADIES* TAILOR ABD HABIT
maker, 1106 F at. Satlafaction guaranteed. Just
received from London a consignment of fine Spring
weitrht Cloths for Tailor-made Coatumee and Riding
Haliita, Coata, etc. Prioee reasonable Call and ex
amine. mh31-184t*
But Kleinerts Celebrated Seam
less PURE GUM DRESS SHIELDS.
Satin, Silk and Naineook covered. They HAVE NO
EQUAL Every pair WARRANTED or money re
funded.
For Hale by all prominent deal era.
Be sure you get no other. tpl8-lm
t edora Dress Shields
ARE THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
Manufactured by A. H. Brinkmann a Co, Baltimore.
ap21-s,tu,th.3m<
JAPANESE DECORATIVE FANS. PARASOLS
Screens. Napkins, Lanterns, Scrolls, Mats, Ac.
Scrapbook Pictures, Favors, Sheet Muaic, Gold Paint,
Toys, Studiea for Paintuig, Silk Transfer Picturea,
Games, Cards, Notiona. GOcLD'S.421 9thst. all-lm*
T ILY DRESS SHIELDS ABE THE BEST.?
XJ Manufactured by the Brooklyn Shield Co.. Brook
lyn, N. Y. Sold by all leading dry goods bonnes in
United Statea. mh9-3m*
F~ BENCH DYEING, scouring AND DBT CLEAN
ING ESTABLISHMENT, 1205 New York ava
First-clans Indies' and Genu' work of every deecrlp
tlou. ANTON AND CAROLINE LERCH, formerly
with A. Fischer and Maiaon Yrieae. Pane. Jagl-ly
A NTON FISCHER'S DBT CLEANING KSTA?
A LISHMENT AND DYE WORKS. 906 G at.n,w.
Ladies' and Gent's Oarmenta of all kinda Cleaned and
Dyed without being ripped. Ladlee' Evening Dreeaaa
a specialty. Thirty-five years' siperienca. Pricaa
moderate. Goods called for and delivered. -al4
A LL-WOOL GARMENTS MADE UP OR R1PPEU
xV. dyed a good mourning black.
A. FISCHER,
al4 1106 G at a w.
M~ 'iss ANNIE K. HUMPHREY. 43010*S ST. N.W.
Makea Corseta to order in every style and nut*
rial, and ruaranteee perfect fit and comfort
HF.k SPECIALTIES ARE?
French Hand-made Underclothing, Merino Coder wear
and fin act Imported Hosier.
Patent Shoulder Biacee, and all Dreaa Reform Good*
French Coreeta and buatlea. _
Children's Coraeta and a (1 Coreet (Mlae H.'aown
make) that for the price ia unaurpaaeed.
N. B.?French. German, and Spanlah apoken. mrl4
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
George w. morgan, the eminent amkbt.
can organist, aaya The alngimr anabty of tone u
remarkably good in the KRAKAUER PIANOS: the
touch ia exceuent 1 recommend them with confidence
to the public. G. H. EUHN. 407 10th St.. Agent; alao
for the "PEASE" PIANOS and BURDETT OR
GANS fS-3m
?JJPiUGHT PIANOS FOR RENT.
W. a METZEB0TT k 0O,
mh3-3m ?03 Panneylvanla am
Leading Instruments.
DECEERBBO&.
WEBEB.
ESTEY,
PIANOS.
FISCHER,
Sold ee caay monthly paymenta, rented, ,
organa of any maker taken in part payment
BANDERS a 8TAYMAN.
934 F at n. w., Washington. D. a
13 N. Charles at. Baltimore. Md.
fl-3m 1217 Main atM Richmond, Va.
E. Fe Droop.
925 Pennsylvania avenue.
Importer of MU^IC and MUSICAL instbumxbts,
Sole agent for the uaequaled
STEINWAY, GABLER, BEHMNj, BBIGGS, ABB
Ol'UEB PIANOS.
STORY a CLARKE'S STERLING ORGANS.
Ptanoe and Organa for aale or for rat'
i\)ls term*.
Tuning. Be pairing, aad Moving done by
G, La Wild & Bros.,
70S 7th at. n.w. Eaubliah*! 1864.
World-renowned Kranich a Bach and other Ptanoa
and O-gsns at low price* and eaay terma. Planoa for
rent at reduced ratea. Special attention to toning and
repairing. Planoa moved with beat appliaacea. Ja7
TTALLET a DAVIS CELEBRATED UPRIGHT
Xl Planoa, improved by new pa Lenta. Fifty mora of
thoaaPianos ordered for the New England Ooneerv
?xo-1~orliL
K ftl_A B E
Pianos.
unequaled IB JON^TOUCH^wobbmabship
and DUBAWL^Y^'
SECOND-:
AlftU
AMI.
'S^SA
Do Not Pubchahe
UNTIL YOU SEE thk^MEBSON PIANO
jFLBCTBlOITT-^
iai>
FAMILY SUPPLIES.
QUALITY Ut I
WtiSJS
rtti'spJsKS
-WtL nCTW'ot !
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SRfcftBfira
jssassssffiiWSfaL^,.
"**" |1 POOLS.
44 UtMuim.
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JalS
FAST.
j^owaoTiLKLruTanaouA*
(Original ImporMV
illOriw MdWlMl
Ja31-*oJm
LOO*.
LOO B.
THE BEST FLOUR I* TU WORLD.
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In v :
CELEBRATED MINNESOTA PATENT
PROCESS.
Bew?r? of imitations of the Ki
sure and Ms te It that either
i and Brand. and be
"CEBII.*
And have the Imprint of
TWO OOLD ICED ALB
attachsd None genulns without ths two gold
K. W. QALT * CO.,
?144* Whtilawls Floor and Grain Dolfi.
BOOKS, <fee.
Special In Books At B a cits.
For one ? cek longer we will Mil:
Our trice. Pub^ptjoe.
Our prtci
Dickens' Complete, 15 vols-clth HVV SI
Music Folio*. In?tr. and Vocal.. 30
On* lot Miscellaneous Book* 10 25 to
"Picked l'p In the stveta," Mn Winer's new tram
n. and all new publicatlona at reduced prioee.
BAUM'S Book and Mat. Dspi. 416 7th St. a.w.
applet
Co C. Pcrsell,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER.
Wholesale and Mft
Everything at the Lowest Prices.
sp!4 418 9th st n.w.
HOUSEFURNISHINGa
Haib Mattresses To Obder.
Mattresses made over equal to now.
LINEN LOOSE COVERS FOR FURNITURE
Furniture Reupbolstered.
Furniture packed for shipment
Orders by mall promptly answered.
i. R. MoCRACEEN.
mhS3-3m Upholsterer. 1808 14th at
If In Need
of a I
REFRIGERATOR. OIL. OB OAS COOKING STOVE
we Invite your inspection of our large variety at
above roods.
We are also allowing the largest aasortmsot of
OASOUSt STOVES
ever seen in Washington, which wa are offering at
vary low Qtrures.
COOK I NO STOVES in great variety.
HOUbEFURMSHlNG GOODS. he.
Pleaae givs us a call.
W. S. JENKS h CO.
ap!4 717 7 th a treat.
J. Be LePRUEE & Bko_
(Formerly with P. Hanson HIM A Co.),
WALL PAPERS.
We have Just received a larva consignment of saw
pj rtnjr patterns. We are sailing all 15ai White leak
Papers (8 yards lone) for 10c. I '
Gilt Papers fromldc. to 30.
Ln-boaaed Oilt Iroui 3oo. to 45.
All work guaranteed li
aliU Tinting a stiecialty.
J. & LEPRRCE A BROw MS 7th ataw.
7tb street cars paM Um door. iuyV-l1m
PROFESSIONAL.
__ BROOKE TELLS ALL THE EVENTSOF
LIFE. All bualneM confidential. Ladies and g?u
an 50 cents each. 40b L atreat, hatweao 4th and
&tb streets northwest eb-.H W
Mme. BOSS, the RELIABLE CLAIBVOTABT.
ASTBOLOOlhT. A>D MEDIUM OFFERS
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS
to any one who can equal her in bar gmfsMluu.
She tells all the EVENTS OF LIFE, and her equal can
not be found. OausM speedy uatTlagee. buugs sepa
rated together, and curae sicknsM All in trouble sail.
Interviews confidential, sittings 50 eta. and 41.
Reaidei.ce 1010 11th SL n.w. Office hours from 10
a.m to 8 p.m. aplO-iim
PROF. CLAY. WONDERFULLY GIFTED CLAIR
voyant, Astrologar and bpintnal Msdltun. Bora
with second right and veil. Every hidden mystera
revealed. Recovers lost or atolen 1'iopei If. Finds
bidden treasures. Givm luck) numbers. CAusm
narrlairM. Brings separated together, uivss
in. businsM Removes all family trouble!
revealed. Recovers lost or stolen 1'iopei ty.
bidden treasures. OivM lucky numbers,
speedy marriairM. Brays asperated
and evil lnffoeuoee. Cures uckneee. If disappointed
by efforte ot others, lodge not all alike. M the Profeaaor
can convince the moot ?cei>ticaU Huurn from other
cities will MvetinieanddlMpnolntnientbycalliiwoB
I the only genuine clairvoyant in thia city, m he euc
ceeds where all others tail, and advert IMS only what
be can do. Sitttnga, 50a Lile-reauiug by
receipt of SI. Name, lock tit hair, date
0 to 8. Open Soudaya from 1 to S p.m.
apia-lm* 421tfthstn.w.
MEDICAL, &c.
IT HAH NEVKB BEEN CONTRADICTED
Dr. BROTHERS la the- oldest eetabiiahed m
THAT
lug ladies' Physician in thl? city
confidently consult Dr. BROTHERS, MOtJ 6 staw.
Particular att ution paid to all rtiaraasi peculiar to
I*d?ea, married or single. Forty years' axpensaoe.
apfA-lia'
tg AN HOOD RESTORED BY USING A BOTTLE
lor two of DrBRoTHERS' In vigorating Cordial,
ill cure any caaeof uervoosdebUiw and Iom of narva
power. It imparts vigor !? the whole svstem. Mala or
female. MCKJ b at aw. ?p24-lin*
ADIES WHO REQUIRE THE SERVICES OF
Jexpetiencsl l<-male fhreiciaa shou.d consult 1
DIES WHO REQUIRE THE SERVICES OF AN
ipet iencs I female physician shou.d consult Mrs.
WIL.OON. 110 > Park P<as H.S., bet. B and C and
and l.th sts. n.a. 1 ?Stasanly. ap'J3-St*
SAMUEL C. MILLS, a No_,
District of (Yilmnhla. this 3d (
apv.'1-lm*
Iff ME. DE FOREST. LONG-ESTABLISHED AND
MharMMNmUWI Tfl!t!lwf*OaMC^Sm^f>i?1[
to U p.m. with I sdiM only. mhlt-:
MOTTS FRENCH
remedy ios
Standard remedy for
jet, naaal, or akin tronb
nstural weakness, Iom at vitality,us
*mylLOj SS2???
FINANCIAL.
JNU W. OORAOB. ?^W..MAgA#TBEY^
COBSON B MACABTWET,
GLOVER BCILDIKG. 141* V ST. N.W.
DENTISTRY.
UNDERTAKERS.
i
PET WORDS
TO ABVEETBBB.
In tto city where pnnud a laigar
In proportion to population t)
hSWorUL And not only to It*
id fmUm, butn isatoothe
people of lb* District or OoiambU hi
into their ton into the at all cisni
kBdl&U> thOSS Of the money-opeitdlng SB well
(to asoney.aarnlag portion of the oo??niltr,
alarger ratio tku any dally journal of
clivulatloe that cu be namm Br reaaoa <x tto
fhllnent Diolinssn and rsUaUlity of tt? im
local, domestic, and foreign, lu independent ui
fair treatment of *11 public queeuoc*, tta Inuui
gent and effective oevoiian to loom intervals, iu
1U dosa sttantlon to matters with which tto
ut eapeclally ru lady u>?iiI*t?, ar*
Tn Bran to everywhere rrcoguunl
and admitted to tie, tn every quallij, tto landing
and farorlif newspaper of tto National Capital,
alike In tto counting-room, tto work-ahop, and tto
family circle.
In npportof tti*e statrmeou attention to la
med to the Ubles below. They not only show tto
drculauon and advertising patronage of tto |
few tto several yean named, but, by tto i
ble increase abown in both department a in each
month over the corresponding moo Lb in tto pre
?tons year, they also illustrate, tn tto most for
cible manner possible, the esteem in which tto
paper to told la tto city of tta home, and by (boss
who are beat able to Judge of Its menu as a news
paper and IU value as ah advertising medium.
Ttoaa are the arm* referred to, with which a
Ana - ?UTS M.TW U.?i
Hat SUM ?*,???
JUmM*.???????? ????????? 'i3,M<l
Jtnr (1,1m him *Mn
Arocsr.... 41,443 tM*4
Ocnm <MW 9L.TC1
Total 4U4N 4M1* M.bsh
Increase. .4411 M?
Oily and (to?| <? WtuhtngUm, Vittrtet of Urn
tumbia. as
I solemnly swear that the figures tn tto above
two comparative gtatemenu are true and carrei*
in every particular. f. B. Norn,
Treasurer Evening mar K??wapapsr on
Sworn to and shbaorttod before us this eigh
teenth day of January, A. D. ltdN.
A. B. kAULT, /NotarialI
Notary Public. \ teal. (
Of tto total drcolatloa given above, the books at
tto establishment show that an average of 19.0M
copies were regularly dellvved each day by cnr.
tiers at tto homss of jotimikim mtbfrib+rt within
tto city. Of the remainder n dally averse* of
?,431 copies were sold at tto otBce, la the hotels
and railway stations, Ac. and on the streets. By
newsboys, making a grand total average wlthia
tto city, or <4^41 copies dally, and leaving an
average of 1,43s copies to be ssnt to regular sab
scrtbsrs beyond tto INatrtct iinss hp mail, aaprsan
and railway tralna
In addition to tto large and constantly I
log Axed subscription list above referred tn tti
bo said that of tto ?,4*1 copMs sold wtthia iu I
tta a larger proportion are bought 17
of tto city, unng in longing*.tc-1
while the raaidue goes into the I
of tra aslant visitor*, from all paru at ttoeoaatry.
Who each year come to tto National capital la
greater number* and for longer periods, aad who,
furthermore, largely represent 1
purchasing portions of the <
ivniy beloua The last nsssod to n
of rsadsrs atans wall worth reaching: bat it
to to tto ptonomsnnliy large permaaont 4
of tto paper, and especially to iu i
tto attention of ndvarttoon to parUcnlaflx (
A oompartson of the forsgoti?flgiii?s
repissanilug tto entire population of t
of Ootamhte will show that Tan Bras
within ton limiu somsthing mot
of

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