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LOCAL MENTION.
The Wntkrr.
For the District of Columbia. Maryland. Del
aware. and Virginia, fair: colder; brisk north
westerly winds, high on the coust.
SMfrf Cold Weather Coming.
A signal office bulletin says: "Hoist cold
wa><* signal; temperature will fall to 5 degrees
or lower by 8 a.ta. February 24."
The regular bulletin tin* "morning soya: "The
area of uuusually high barometer, reported in
the northwest Friday morning, has rapidly ex
tended its influence eastward and in a less de
gree to the southward, bringing with it unusu
ally cold and severe weather. ? ? ? The
follow.ng special temperatures are reported:
Below sero?Minuedosa. 52;: Winnipeg. 40-;
Saint Vincent. 42 ; Fort lJuford. 30Bismarck,
34?; Moorhead. 34 ; Saint Paul, 20 ; La Crosse,
24c; Qu Appelle. 28
Yofb Lit* has a monied value to those de
fending on your efforts, therefore it is your
duty to protect that value by liberal insurance.
For information, address /
Thos. P. Morgan. Jb.,
1314 F st.
New Black Italian Cloth Corsets, 1205 F.
Call and see the standard of perfection.
The most perfect machine ever produced is the
"Union." Cnos M'r'a Co., 604 9th st.
Committee ox Ptblic Comfort. ?Franc has
formed himself into a committee of one. The
public can be comfortably clothed in warm un
derwear at greatly reduced prices. Franc, cor.
7th and D. Strictly One Price.
2,500 stitches per minute on "The Standard"
Botarv Shuttle Sewing Machine. The lightest
?lid quietest machine on the market. J. J.
H"luster. Agent, 905 F street n.w. (Masonic
Temple).
Jcbt Received.?500 pairs white blankets,
price 75c. a pair; former price -81.25.
Wash. B. Williams, cor. 7th aud D n.w.
ALrmxirM Specks and eveglasses. Don't j
rust or tarnish; lightest an<l strongest metal
known.
B. C. Hixes A Co.. 528 9th st. n.w.,
Under St. Cloud building.
10,000 Yards all-wool and cotton Bunting, 5c.
to lUc. per yard, worth 10c. to 35c.; also a large
line of Building Decorations and Flags at about
one-third their value. In this lot there are
many Shields, large Pictures, framed Decora
tions and Flags that were used on the Pension
building in ISrfa. W. B. Moses A Sox, cor. 11th
and F sts. n. w.
It Will Pat Yoc to visit Wurdeman's for
furniture, upholstery, Ac.. 610 12th. near F.
All our Ladies should call aud see Madame
Lazette Vaunt, of Philadelphia, importer and
designer of artistic tine French hair, and sole
agent for the celebrated Directoire Toilet
? reparations. This lady hits just retnrned from
urope and brought with her many perfect
desipts in hair, so that the most plain face
may be made to look beautiful by the artistic
aud becoming arrangement of the hair. A I
specialty made of grey and rare shades. At j
Willard's till Friday, March 1.
M adam P>obb, children's modiste. 1*37 F street
northwest.
C'axvas Cot*, with pillow attached. 90 cents.
Sixoleton A Fletcher. 415 7th street.
?its. Stock Exchange Ink. best made. 50c.
Central News Depot. 515 9th st. Open Sunday. I
6 Booebs Bbuk'. Triile-Plated Knives |
only *1.S8. J. W. Sluaefi r A Bi.o.,
1020 7tli st. n.w. I
Being Overstocked we will si ll fine Rogers }
and Merid> :i i*ilver-plated ware lower than any ;
other house in town. B. D arius A Co., 432 i
7th st.
Decorated Chamber Set with jar to match
only r4.9S. J. W. 8cu?n A Bro..
1UA) 7tn st. n.w.
Fixxet's Compound Stc p of Blchc positive !
cure for all diseases of the kidneys, bladder,
aud urinary organs. 7th nnu I sts. n.w.
Latkst Shapes mtu'i Felt Derby*. il.EO and i
f'l Extra value. A. T. Lewis. 435 7th st.
Beisinoer's Ice Cream. '2Xi G street.
T a soma Tare Lcnch Booms, everything
home-made. Only place in city to get genuine '
Harrisoa or Tippecanoe cake. 520 1-th st. n.w.
Hocohiox A Co. are in the front again.
Int their prices cn cots, blankets. Ac., before
yon hire or purchase.
We aLc have f.,r sale a South American'nll
hair mattn ss. 10 ponnds. for 814.50. It ?ili pay
vou to see this. W. H. Hoc.jbtox A Co.,
1218, J220 F st. n. w.
Down at I.ast. Watches cleaned. 81; main
spring in S.W.. t1. : key-winder. 75c. American
Ust clock. 75c.; American l-day clock, 50c.
Repairing in proportion. All work guaranteed.
B. C. Hines A Co.. 52* 9th st. n.w.
TueFixest Train in the World.?Via Union
and Central Pacific road*. Sixty-four hours
from Council Blcfis or Omaha to San Francisco.
A Pullman vestibuled train: steam heat, elec
tric linlit. bath-rooms, barber shop, library and
dining-car?a palace hotel cn wheels is The
Goldex Gate Special, every Wednesday.
ScTEsrrrors Hairs destroyed by electric
neeule. Mrs. Dr. Gabriel. 13.1 G st. n. ?*.
6 Teaspoons. Bogers Bros', celebrated plated
ware. A 1. only ?1.C.0.
J. W. Schaefes & Bro.,
1020 7Ui st. n.w.
Br\ Yorn Coal, Coke and Wood from Johx
m.v Brothers, the leading hrni in the Dis
trict.
To lioUSEK EEPERS
that want to buy Furniture, Carpets. Oil-Cloths.
Mattings, Bugs. Ac. Go to the largest instal
ment house in the city. Special inducements
to cash buyers, at J. G. Slaters.
310 and 312 Penn. ave h. e.. Capitol Hill.
Don't miss cieaaing-out sale at W. H.
Hoeke's. Bead advertisement in "Post."
Flags. Flaos. Flags.
Grand Army Flag Canes. Anv and every
thing in the line of flags and decorations,
buildings decorated. M. G. Coiela.nd A Co..
Flag Manufacturers. 409 lltli st. n.w.
? ?? - m ? ??? -
Prepare for Com pant. Rogers Bros". A 1
teaspoons. $1 '? c doz.: forks, *2.35 the doz.;
butler dishes. *2.50 aud ~3; cake baske ts. >t3
up; ice-pitchers. .-:6. All warranted best
Merideu quadruple plate. B. Harris A Co..
432 7th st.
For Inacourai ion.
We have 30.000 yards striped bunting with
stars for decorating purposes, which we will
sell at
6c. a yard.
Lansbiroh A Bro..
420 to 426 7th st
Men's and Boy's uulaundercd shirts, rein- j
forced front and back, only 44c. at A Stern's,
?.>04 7th st.
CITY AND^DISTKICT.
AMlSKMhMS TO-NIGHT.
Albaloh's.? "The Henrietta."
National.?I.ondon Gaiety Company.
UxIVKR>alist Cucrch.?Wilhelmj Club Con
cert.
Willard Hall.?Jarley's Wax Works.
'?Skiloh" Panorama.?The Midgets.
KebnaX's.?Variety and Burlesque.
Globe.?Variety.
Central Hall.?Prof. Carpenter.
Habbis'.?"My Partner."
CONDKNSKD LOCALS.
Logan Camp. No. 3. Sons of Veterans, last
night gave a reo-ptiou to Commander-in-Chief
Warner, ot the Grand Army of the Republic.
The Washington Continentals made their an
nual tour to Mt. Vernon yesterday. The ser
vices at the tomb were conducted by the com
pany's chaplain. Bev. Ediuond Hez Swem.
pastor of the Second Bautist church. Addresses
were delivered by Mai. Ball and others.
From Chapman A Taylor we have Harper's
Monthly for March.
Martha Wheeler, colored, fifty vears old, was
fouud dead in bed at her home. So. 415 Doug
lass alley, last night.
A large nrtmber of excursionists belonging to
the different Baptist congregations of New York
arrived here yesterday afternoon with the
Young People's Baptist union of Brooklyn. To
day was devoted to sight-seeing, aud this even
ing a reception will be given at the E-street
Baptist church. The party will start for home
Monday morning.
Private J. E. Wilson, of the Washington
Merchants' Bifles. secured first prize in a rifle
competition which took place at the arsenal
targets yesterday evening.
The will of the late Arabella Spencer was filed
to-day. lihe directs her interment beside her
husband, at Caatleton. Vermont, and that a
monument to cost $1,000 be erected over her
remain.-*. She bequeathes her little friend. Belle
Young, of Pottsvilia. Wis.. (200. and he r adopted
son. Bernard Dake Spencer, of Chicago, fcJ00.
and the rest of her estate to her brother-in-law,
Wm. Jay Spencer.
A. L. P. sends clO to The Stab office for the
benefit of the poor of the city.
Chaa. S. Clarke, son of Mr. Robt. Clarke,
formerly of East Washington, was, on Tuesdav
ha*. elected mayor of Erie, Pa.
THE VETERA* FIREMEN.
They Close Their Celebration With a
Banquet.
The Veteran Firemen yesterday. m stated in
Toe Stab, paraded orer a long route and re*
ceived quite an oration. They were halted at
Odd Fellow's hall, Navy Yard, by Mr. John W.
Thompson, former president of the American
H. and L. Co., and inrited to a collation pre
pared by ladies of that section. In the evening
the members and their guests. to the number
of fifty, enjoyed a banquet at their hall, 7th
and S streets, prepared by Mr. Chas. Meyer.
Mr. J as. Ragan presided, and, besides the mem
bers. there were seated at the board Chief
Parris, Messrs. John T. Oiren, Chas. L Can
field, John Mills, W. T. Walker, P. Walsh and
manv others. Mr. Ragan introduced Mr. C. I.
Canfield. a former president of the Franklin,
who spoke of his connection with that com
any as a torch-bearer before he had reached
is teens. He afterward served in every posi
tion up to that of president.
Mr. John T. Given said that his first recol
lection wan when fire-buckets were used, and
fortv years or more ago he was enthused by an
alarm'of fire. Like the boy creeping in under
the circus canvas he crept into the Franklin
fire company, and as second director of hose
was often in the thickest of the fight with the
fiery element. Ho recounted several instances
when he had run to Alexandria "with the ma
chine." In 185i?. having been honored with an
election to the city councils, he said, he intro
duced the first re solution looking to the estab
lishment of the steam fire department, a reso
lution requesting Congress to transfer the fire
apparatus, with engine-house*, to the District.
In those days there was no water here availa
ble excepting in the old canal, the reservoirs,
and pumps, and many could remember with
what avidity at a fire was a cellar full of water
captured.
Mr. Geo. H. Turton responded for the North
ern Liberty fire company.
Mr. J. J. Peabody recounted bis historv in
the department as a member of the Northern
Liberty and Columbia.
Mr. j. W. Thompson spoke for the American
hook and ladder, and \\. W. Goddard for the
Union.
John Daly and John Mills alto made ad
dresses.
Letters of regret were read from Capt. Web
ster. of the Friendship company of Alexandria:
Col. Jas. A. Tait. a member of "the Columbia in
1830: F. Schneider, a member of the Union in
Mime year;T. H. Peter, of Philadelphia; D. P.
Holloway, of Baltimore, and Col. W. G. Moore,
and Jas. L. Norris.
The Washington Produce Market.
The tone of the market in general is good.
Receipts and prices in butter about same as
last week: Creamery. SOc.aSlc.; fair, 21c.a25c.;
Virginia and Maryland choice. 20c.a22c.; choice
roll, lGc.alSc. Eggs near by, 13c.; receipts in
excess of demand. Poultry is doing better,
with a risinx tendency: Turkeys, drawn
17c.al8c., undrawn 16c.al7c., live 12c.al3c.;
chickens, drawn 13c.al5c.. undrawn 12c.al4c.,
live llc.al2e.: ducks, dressed I6c.a20c? live
13c.al4c.: geese. 40e.afi0c. Milling grades of
grain in light supply and commanding higher
value. Market overstocked with hay and prices
low. Dried fruits dull; also vegetables. Sup
ply of dressed liogs is light and demand good;
large. 6,;iC a6'-5C. Live stock market is dull,
except sheep, which are scarce and values more
active; prices range from ?4 to $3.50; lambs,
choice. ?-6a?(5.oO. The apple market is steady
on all s ound stock.
La rare Land Transaction.
SALE or TWO MILLION FEET OF LAND.
The records show extensive land transactions
during the la?t thirty days, the largest being
the recent sale by B. F. Gilbert, of this city, of
2.00^.000 feet of land in the heart of our beauti
ful Takoma Park to the 11. C. Flower medical
company, of Boston, for <s250.000. The B. C.
Flower medical company is the corporation
which operates Dr. 15. C. Flower's enormous
practice, of which the doctor himself is the
Lend.
'l'he purchasers of this property intend erect
ing superb and palau.il sanitarium buildings
and opening up the numerous springs of the
beautiful Sligo.
It is said that this new health resort will ac
commodate 1.^00 people. The B. C. Flower
medical company are just completing in the
city of Boston the finest and most costly health
palace in the world.?tost.
Not Sold Oct.?Under the "Anaeostia"' head
in The Star of the 21st inst., it was erroneously
stated that Richards <Sc Co. had sold their wood
and coal yard in Uniontown to Mr. J. W.
Hartley. The facts are that Mr. Feter Grngon
having transferred the ground to liis daughter.
Mr-. Josephine M. Hartley, her husband. Mr.
J. \Y. Bar:ley, contemplates opening a ; ard on
this property. Richards & Co. will still con
tinue their brtsiuess in Anaeostia.
OrrifEES Elected.?The Maryland Sew
Church uuioti held a meeting last evening at
St. Paul's Lutheran church. The members are
connected with the Maryland association of the
New Jerusalem i Swedenborgian) which was in
session in this city yesterday. Iteports from
Sun da? schools in the union were ready and
the following officers were elected for the en
3uing >ear: President, Gen. B. D. Musscy, of I
Washington; secretary. Miss Thalia Nigentlank,
of Wilmington. Del.; treasurer, Mr. Arthur L.
Spamer, of Baltimore.
Death or Clement Dietbicb.? Clement Diet
rich. a young man employed in the city high
school as clerk to the principal, died yesterday
afternoon of typhoid fever, after a short ilf
ness. He was but a few months beyond his
majority, and was universally beloved' by those
who knew him. He graduated from the high
school in 1887 at the head of his class, and the
next autumn was made an assistant teacher at
the institution. He was at the head of the
school journal and a young man with a bright
future. The funeral will take place to-morrow
afternoon from St. Joseph's church, Capitol
Hill, and the remains will afterward be taken
to Hartford. Conn.
The Single Tax League.? At the meeting of
the Single Tax league last night Mr. Morris
Peehin made an address, showing the great im
portance of the land question. The subject
was afterward discussed by Messrs. Roberts, of
Kansas. Deland. Hemingway. Beaumont, Bur
bage and Bo wen. '
Fine Beic-a-Bra* \t Auction.?Messrs. Dun
canson Bros, vtill sell, on Mondav next (Febru
ary 25). at 11 o'clock a.m., at their rooms, by
order of the trustees, a tine collection of porce
lains, French bisque statuettes. Dresden vases,
and plnques; a general assortment of beautiful
cabinet pieces, vases, jars. 4c.. Ac. The exhi
bition continues until ti p.m. to-day and until
the hour of sale on Monday. See the adver
tisement for further particulars.
Delegates to the National Kepcblican
Leaoie.?The Republican District League
met last evening and elected A. M. Clapp
president, vice B. H. Warner, resigned, and E.
W. Fox vice-president. Matthew Trimble,
Gen. E. W. Whitaker, Frank Aldrich, and Col.
J. F. Vinul were elected as delegates and Major
A. C. Bichards. C. C. Cole, C. 8. Stephcusou,
and Patrick O'Farrell as alternates to the
National League meeting, which will bo held
next Thursday in Baltimore. Resolutions con
demning the murder of CoL John M. Clayton,
of Arkansas, were adopted. Iter. John Ches
ter. pastor of the Metropolitan Presbyteriau
church in this city, ?us endorsed for chaplain
of the next House.
The Gband Review Stand erected by Wm.
H. Dyer A Co.. of 1320 F street, on Lafayette
square, opposite the President's stand, is the
finest ever erected in the citv for inaugural
purposes. It is roofed and well inclosed, with
reserved chair seats. It contains three balco
nies. The center one, of 130 seats, has been
takeu by the Metro|>olitan club and their
friends: the other two. which will seat about
50 persons each, are for sule as a whole or in
sections. Messrs. Dver 4 Co. have contracted
with Mr. Copeland for the decoration of the
stand, which will be verr elaborate. Over one
half of the seats have already been sold. The
same firm had the stand there four years ago.
The Attention of HoraEKEEPEBs is directed
to the advertisement of the famous "Patapsco
Flour" in another column. This flour haa be
come so great a favorite with Baltimore fami
lies that the manufacturers are desirous that
its good qualities shall be generally known in
| Washington.
Bbidbcby Piano fob President Harbison.?
Mr. Yanwickle. the manager of the Bradbury
wareroomssn this city, received an order yes
terday to place one of their finest Bradbury up
right grands in the President's private parlors
at the Arlington hotel. The piano selected is
of magnificent tone, and the case work of rich
French walnut, and makes a fine addition to
the already beautiful rooms.
Some of the advantages of insuring in the
New England Mutual Life Insurance Company,
of Boston, Mass., are that it issues a plain and
simple policy, which is non-forfeitable for non
payment of premiums after the second; makes
on annual cash distribution of surplus on all
policies, and pays all claims promptly. See
annual statement published in another column.
Jrsr Abetted?be hooncr Grace K. Green,
with cargo of ice for the Independent Ice Co.
COMING AMUSEMENTS.
Au?ro?'i Opera Hucsl?The revival of the
picturesque romantic melodrama, "The
Corsican Brothers," at this house on Monday
night promises to be an unusually attractive
event. The drama itself is of Terr clever con
struction and full of interesting 'incident, and
promise is made that it will be placed on the
stage in a way to bring ont to the best advan
tage all the strong points of the phtf. The
scenery will be entirely new. and all the in
genious mechanical devices used in the famous
Booth's theater revival of this play to produce
the visions, apparitions and tableaux will be
employed here. In the masked ball scene in
the third act a number of appropriate special
ties will be introduced, including the Daven
port'brothers. the acrobats, and the Lorellaa,
in their fancy and grotesque dances. Mr.
Robert Mantell, the favorite young actor, wil
assume the dual role of Lcmit and Fabien. andl
will be supported by a capable company. in
cluding Miss Charlotte Behxens and Mr. lHark
Price.
The Emma Abbott Optra, at the National
next week, promises to be the brilliant en
gagement of the year. With an exceptional
companv and operas, magnificently mounted.
Miss Abbott's season will certainly be filled to
immense audiences.
Hari;:s' Bi-ioc Theater.?Barlow Brothers'
minstrels will entertain the patrons of the
Bijou next week with a burnt-cork perform
ance, which is highly spoken of by the press of
other cities in which it has been w>en. Among
the members of the troupe are Jim and Billy
Barlow. Edward Percy, a remarkable boy
vocalist, and Adrian, the juggler.
Rev. T. DeWitt Talxagk is to give his
humorous lecture. "Big Blunders," at the Con
gregational church. Tuesday evening, the 26th
inst., and the advnnce sale indicates the cus
tomary packed house that always greets his
appearance in this city. The New York papers
speak of this as the "wittient and most bril
liant" oi the doctor's efforts, and it is safe to
say it will be highly enjoyed by all. TicketB
are on sale at Ellis .V Co. s.
Tut Miixiets.?Miss Lucia Zarate and Maj.
Atom have been an unceasing source of wonder
and amusement to the crowds of visitors at the
Nhiloli Panorama building the past week. The
little people will continue their daily receptions
until further notice.
Fob the District Pooh.?The Snowfluke
minstrels will give one of their amusing per
formances at Willard hall on Tuesday evening.
February !JG, in aid of the poor of the District.
The object is sutfh a worthy one that even with
a less entertaining program than the Snow
flakes always provide, the attendance should
be large. Tickets may be had of the policA
Jarley's Wax Works.?A unique and amus
ing entertainment will be given at Willard hall
this evening under the name of "Jarlev'a Wax
Works." The entertainment is given for the
benefit of St. John's orphanage, and deserves
generous patronage.
Kehnan s Theater.?Harrv Williams' spe
cialty company will furuish the entertainment
at this house next week. The list of perform
ers contains such well-known names as Bobby
Gavlor. Frank Bush. Maggie Colinan, the Eng
: lish dancer; Frank and Lillian White; Dagmar.
: the Danish warble; Mullen and Magee, and
| Sara Dearin, the musical king.
Hev. J. McKendree Keilly, D. D.. will de
liver a lecture at Fletcher M. E. church, corner
4th street and New York avenue, on Tuesday
1 evening, the 26th. llis subject will be "The
I Circuit Rider; or, Incidents in Itinerant Life."
The Chohal Society Concert.?The cantata
of "Callirhoe." which will be sung for the first
time in America at the Choral Society concert,
at Congregational church, on Wednesday even
ing next, was composed for the great Birming
ham festival of 1888 by Dr. J. F. Bridge, the
Westminster organist, and is spoken of iu the
most enthusiastic* terms by musical people who
have heard it. From* the success which
has attended its rehearsals by the Choral So
ciety the members of that organization feel
confident that it will meet with great favor
from the musical public of Washington. The
soloists at Wednesday evening's concert will be
Sirs. Corinne Moore-Lawson. soprano, of Cin
cinnati; Miss Gertrude Edmands. contralto, of
Boston, and Mr. George J. Parker, tenor, of
Boston. Dr. Walter will preside at the organ.
Tickets are on sale at Metzerott's.
The Franklin Amateur Uit.ua Compant,
supported by a chorus of exceptional strength,
will render i'lanquette's charming opera, "The
Chimes of Noriunudv." for the benetit of Car
roll institute, at their hall, on F street north
west. on Thursday evening next.
The Wilhelmj Club wilt give its second con
i cert of the season at Universalis church this
J evening. The program includes Goetz's sere
I nade in G, Kies "Gondoliera." and a gavotte
by Gillet. Frau Nauman, of Berlin, will sing
and Miss Mattie Saxton will play the violin.
Inaugural Tea. ?On Tuesday and Wednes
dny, the 26th and 27th, an inaugural tea will be
given at St. John's parish hall, on 10tli street,
for the benefit of the building fund of the
Children's Country home. On Wednesday
evening, at 8 o'clock, Prof. Tovrusend will'give
a reading.
Police Notes.
MAJOR MOORE orT AGAIN?THE COLD SNAP AND
THE POOR. ETC.
Maj. Moore was again at his post at Police
headquarters this morning, having recovered
from the severe cold which kept him home
j several days.
The cold weather will seriously affect the
poor people of the District and the? officers an
ticipate many requests for assistance, but there
are no funds on hand and there was not a
single contribution received yesterday or this
morning.
During the inauguration season Hack In
spector Quintan will have his hands full. The
rates established bv law are required to be
posted in each vehicle so that there will be no
exoise for any visitor paying exorbitant rates.
The police report a dangerous hole on Rock
creek road and a serious washout on Mili
tary road. A dangerous hole at 14th street and
Rhode Island avenue, and a broken water main
in front of No. 1409 Rhode Island avenue are
also reported.
?
The Monument Tablet.
To the Editor of The Evkxiko Stab:
Your report of the proceedings of the Wash
ington National Monument society in yester- |
day's Star was nearly right. As correctly
stated. I had made up the record of the pre
vious meeting, with the understanding that no
authority was given at that meeting to contract
for a tablet of any kind, and I also said I be
lieved I was not alone in that understanding.
Several members present at the previous meet
ing were unfortunately absent yesterday. The
tablet which the committee are now author
ized to procure, should they be unable to ef
fect a change ill design and cost, would bo fi,1^
by 5 feet in size, at *1.400. I have objected
first and last, as some other members have lik"
wise done, to a tablet of so large dimensions,
as well as to the price asked for it, aud to the
names being in raised letters for the con
venience of relic-collectors. It should have
been stated that before the vote of yesterday
was taken I tried to secure consideration of Mr.
Sheehan's proposition at &500 for a bronze tub
let of smaller dimension, with sunken letters
nuaineled in black, but I was ruled out of order.
His offer, with a full-size handsome design,
was read for presentation. Horatio Kino.
Washington. Feb. 23, 1889.
Prepare For Spring.
It is none too early to be getting ready for spring,
ana tin- first thing which should receive attention is
your own system. If you have uot beeu well during
the winter, have been troubled witli scrofula, salt
rheum, or other humors of the blood, you should
purify the blood by takiug Hood's Sarsapariila. Vou
will then escai* that Indescribable tired feeling which
la so prostrating and often so unaccountable in the
spring months. Do uot put off takiug a reliable medi
cine, but uow take
HOOD'S SARSAPARILI.A.
"My wife had very poor health for s long time, suf
fering from indigestion, poor appetite, and conatant
headache. She tried everything we could hear of, but
found no rebef till she tried Hood's Sarsapariila. She
is uow taking the third bottle, aud never felt better iu
her life. We feel it our duty to recommend it to every
one we know." GEO. SOMEltYlLLE,
Moo re land. Cook Co., 111.
THE BE8T SPRINO MEDICINE.
"I take Hood's Sarsapariila for a Spring medicine,
aud I ffud it Just the thing. It tones up my system
and makes me feel like a different man. My wife
takes it for dyspepsia, and she derives great heueflt
from it She says It is the best medicine she ever
took." FRANK C. TI RNER,
Hook and Ladder No. 1, Friend st? Boston.
Mr*. C. W. Marriott. Lowell, Mass.. was completely
cured of sick headache, which she had had for sixteen
years, by Hood's Sarsapariila.
HOOD'S HARSAPARTM t
Sold by all druggists. 91; aix for ?5. Prepared bv
C. L HOOD * CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
100 DOSES ONE DOLLAR.
TB?TT^2014tkst.JLW.
Alpaca braid (black only) 3c.; medium-sized lamp
burners, 5c., large. 7c.; common lamp-weeks, 3c. per
dosen, large, 4c, two larre boxes blacking. Sc.; but
ton-hole twist, lc. per spool; quarter ream writing
paper, 10c.; two packsges envelopes. 5c.; rubber-tip
pencils, lc.; scissors, 3c. sad 4c.; 8-oa. tacks, lc. per
uaper; ;wire cost-frame, 3c.; one doaen kitchen tea
syoeqs. 7c.; spool silk U00 yards), 4c.
GEORGETOWN".
Tn Hiunox and Moktox Fuo Hat-lid
Dow*.?It m stated in yesterday's Stab that
Mr. M. A. McOowan. a democrat, had paid an
election bet by hoisting a Harrison and Morton
flag on the democratic flag pole at the corner
of Prospect avenue and 3fel street. This morn
ing the flag was not floating from the pole.
Mr. M. A. McGowan states that shortly after 11
o'clock last night his attention was called by
his daughter to a bundle lying on his front
stoop, and upon examination he found it to be
the Harrison and Morton streamer which be
had flung to the breeze in the morning. Mr.
McGowan and Mr. Gilbert join in denouncing
the perpetrators of the act.
Tkx Fcsebal of Mrs. Ida Gastrins, wife of
Richard Gaakins. will take place to-morrow af
ternoon from Congress-street M. P. church.
Talkixo or Public Schools.?Metropolitan
M. ?. church was well filled last night, a meet
ing having been called to hear the represent
ative# of Boston's committee of one hundred
on the nublic school question. Rev. Jas. W.
Gray addressed the meeting at some length on
the alleged growing influence of the Roman
Catholic church in publicjschool affairs. Rev.
Jas. B. Dunn and Rev. Philip 8. Mo ion also
spoke.
They Never Thanked Him.
From the Chicago Tribune.
Polite man on suburban train (rising and call
ing out after two young women who are going
down the aisle)?"Here is a seat, ladies."
(Young women walk on and pay no heed to
the invitation.)
Polite man ^louder)?"Ladies. you will find a
seat back here."
(Young women still ignoring the courtcsy."*
Polite man (growing red)?"Of course you
can stand up if you prefer, but (at the top of
his voice) you can get a seat if you come back."
? (Polite uian sees young women accept a seat
at further end of car and proceed to converse
with each other in deaf-and-dumb alphabet,
whereupon he goes into forward car to cool
off.)
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ABSOLUTELY TUBE.
fhls powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
strength, and wholesomencss. More economical than
tlie ordinary kinds, and cannot he sold in competition
with the multitude of low-t*jt, short-weight alum or
phosphate powder. Sold only "> cant. Roxai. Bak
isu Powoia Co., 106 Wall street, X. Y. >n 1
Alexander's Tonic Pills.
THE GREAT INVIG0KATOR,
Blood Purifler and Flesh-maker, tor Scrofula, Dys
pepsia, Malaria and the Complexion. At druggists.
Jal0-w&s3m
Our Cash B.1
AKGAIXS.
PI.AID MUSLIN, real (food quality, 5c.
LONSDALE CAMBRIC, yard wide and very finest
quality, lOe.
DoLliLE WHITE WOOL BLANKETS, $1.25.
FBI'IT OF THE LOOM, bleached cotton, yard wide,
excellent quality, 8Hc.
HEAVY BED COMFORTS, 75c., 87c., and #1. .
lii.NlUh.lTA CASHMERES, all colors, all .pure i
French wool, extra wide double width, reduced 4oc.
DOUBLE WHITE WOOL BLANKETS, immense
sire: extra heavy; reduced to #3.
LADIES' BROADCLOTH; all pure fine wool; yard
and a hall wide: ?1 ; reduced to 76c.
Elegant I BENCH SATTINE COMFORTS. $2.
FINE ALL. WOOL BLANKETS, #6. *<i. *7, *8.
COLORED SILK PLl SHES, 50c.. 76c..$1.
HENRIETTA CLOTH SUllIXG: elegant dress
gooUs; very ttnest quality; nearly yard and a half
wide. all pure French Wool; reduced to 50c.
TURKEY liED TABLE DAMASK. _'5c.
Our in ic e* must be the \er> lowest, because we sell
for cash exclusively.
CABTF.RS.
711 M ARKET SPACE.
Next door to the Boston Variety Storo
VALUABLE PRESENTS FOR CASH CUSTOMERS.
Select one of the follow lug present* with a purchase
of <5. A lair of large size hue Damask Towels, worm
7oc. A hall Dozen Hue Damask Napkins, worth 75c?
or a pair i?i Silk Embroidered Glove-Fitting Corsets,
worth 75c.
Select one of the following presents with a purchase
of $10or more: A Large-size Hand tome Bridal Quilt,
worth $1.50: a Dozen Fine Damask Napkins, worth
41.50; or Two Pairs of huge ?ize, nne Daiuaak
'fowels, worth $1.50. fe!5 j
' ACTS. F ACTS
AUJUJS yjUl??S.
A CHOICE CHAMPAGNE.
'PIPER- HE1DSIECK, SEC.**
IS AS GOOD AS ANY WINE IMPORTED,
AXD IS SOLD IN THESE UNITED STATES
BY IMPORTER, WINE-MERCHANT, GRO
CER AND RESTAURATEUR AT LESS PROFIT
THAN ANY OTHER BRAND.
ID EST,
BETTER VALUE TO CONSUMER.
FACTS. ? tfl-fot] FACTS.
Woodruff's Improved
*\le Holders
?SID
CABINETS.
FOR FILE-ROOMS, OFFICES, VAULTS, SAFES.
DESKS, Ere.
To file Letter*. Vouchers, Deeds, Wills, Briefs,
Pamphlets, or any other form of papers compactly and
I conveniently for reference. They are us<-d in all the
1 departments of the National Government, in nianv
, State. County and City ot2cei; by Railroad. Insurance
j and other companies; in Banks. Law offices and Libra
riaa. and by Business Men generally. Their ADVAN
TAGES consist in FACILITY FOR REFERENCE,
ECONOMY OF SPACE and PRESERVATION OF PA
PERS FROM WEAR AND DUST, disi-ensing with
STRINGS, TAPE AND GUM BANDS, and rendering
PIGEON-HOLES and DOORS UNNECESSARY,
The File Holders can be made of any required size
to suit papers or tit shelving. They are also put up in
Cabinets, containing any desired number, made either
with or without lock.
They are the simplest, moat thoroughly practical and
nsetul article for the purpose that are otlered to the
public, and the material and workmanship are the
very beat.
MANUFACTORY AND SALESROOM.
637 and 030 Massachusetts ave.,
and 032 and 034 E it n. w.,
f2-law4t Washington, D.C.
Rare Art Objects!
OBJECTS FROM EXCAVATIONS IN CITIES OF
ROME. HERCULANEUM AND POMPE1L
VALUABLE POTTERY! 15th and l?th Century) OF
URBINO SAVON A PESARO, ABRUZZL
PORCELAIN i FAMOUS FABRIC) CAPODIMONTE.
OLD MURANO GLASS A>D MAJOLICA.
ANCIENT ARMS AND ARMOR.
OLD AND MODERN MARBLE STATUARY.
ORIGINAL PAINTINGS AND ENGRAVINGS BY
OLD MASTERS.
FINE MODERN WATER COLORS AND PAINTINGS,
CHOICE GEMS, ANCIENT n?rtaT.a
AND COINS.
All compriaed In RINALDI COLLECTION. One of
the finest collections of Antiquities aver brought from
Rome?now offered, tor sale by the single p*aoe er is
sections, aa may be desired.
GOLDS BOROUGH * CO,
1106 F ST. K.W?
Next Door Msaara. W. B. Moasa Jt:
Ja30-s,tufctfc,lm*
CITY ITEMS.
Consol'a All-Havana Tobsoco ClfMtNM; no I
Mate to taatc; no acrapa to amoke; no paper or 1
drags to poison. A modern lnxnrr an CoMol'a
Havana Cigarettes. 1
Harrison Cane* i new*. 5c. Ooold'a, 431 Hh.l
It was two-ninety! This fine brown Darby.
all aelectod-atock fur. waa never aold for less
than ?2.90. Two dollar* will boy one now. A
bona-tide redaction. Franc, cor. 7th and P.
One Price. 1
Oysters! Oysters! Oysters!
To get the only Lynn Haven Bay Oyster* in
the city, half-ahell and the beat (teamed, go to
Frank Johnson * Bestaorant, 9th and ? street* I
noi thwe*t. 3 ,
Wonders! for children. Jay Ooold'a 9th *t.(
Furniture! Furniture! Having sold my
?tock and *tore on 7th *t. n.w.. I will close out
my entire stock in warehouse. 623 H at. n.w., 1
comprising Bedsteads, Cot*. Mattresse*. Table*.
Suit*, and about 1.000 chair*, below factory
price. It will pay you to give me a call.
Wm. Lowexthal.
4 622 H at n.w.
Favors, studies, scrap pictures. Ooold'a,
4219th. 6
For Many of the disease* of women. Dr.
Henlev'a Celerv, Beef and Iron ia a most agree
able and efficient tonic and nervine. Pbrai
cian* recommend it. For sale by all druggiats.4
Heurlch'a Bottled Maerzen Beer. Tele
phone call 034-3. Sui
fi Teaspoons, Roper* Bros', celebrated
plated ware, A 1, only (si.50.
J. W. ijCHtFFF.B A Bbo.,
tml 1020 7th at n.w.
Phillips' Digestible Cocoa
Does not distress, and add* flesh and weight.eo2
Heurloh's Bottled Muerzen Beer. Tele
phone call t>34-3. 3m
ti Kogers Bros'. Triple-Plated Knives
onlv $1.98. J. W. St HAKFFR & Bro.,
11 1080 7th st. n.w.
i *
Catarrh Cured.?A clergyman, after years
of suffering from that loathaome disease. Ca
tarrh. aud vainly trying every known remedy,
at last found a recipe which completely cured
and saved him from death. Any sufferer from
this dreadful disease sending a~?elf-addres*ed
^tumped envelope to Prof. J. A. Lawrence, (46
Warren st.. New York city, will receive the re
cipe free of charge. oc20-*26t
Heurloh's Bottled Maerzen Beer. Tele
phone call 634-3. 3m
Deeorated Chamber Set with jar to
match, only ?L98.
;j. W. ScBAJtFEB & BRO
tn._ 1020 7th st. n.w.
Heurloh's Bottled Maerzen Beer. Tele
phone call G34-3. ? 3m
"Enough for Kach, enough for all, enough
for evermore," of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. 6
$3 Per GaUon, 75c. Quart Bottle, No.
1 Kve Whisky, best in the world for the money.
Orders by mail. Ltsch's. 9th near D st. s&w
2oct. "Royal Liquid Glue"!!
Double Strength! Treble Quantity! Mends
Broken Glass, Furniture, China. Metals and
Everything else Solid as Rock! S#ld by Lans
burgh. Boston Dry Goods. Boston Varieties.
Baum'*, Palais Royal and all Druggists and
Grocers. " fil-eo
Quick Stop for Headaches.
Relieve* any headachc in 15 minutes. eo90
Tested by Time. For Bronchial affections.
Coughs, etc., Bbowk's Bboschial Trocues
have prort+l their efficacy by a test of many
years. Price, 25 eta. * eo&k
Peerless Dyes
Are the best Sold by druggists. eoly
Heurloh's Bottled Maerzen Beer. Tele
phone call 034-3. 3m
For Bright, Quick Fire and cheap,
clean fuel buy Washington Gas Light Company *
Coke. Jounsox Brothers.
3ra Exclusive Agents.
NEW PUBLICATIONS.
The next weekly m mbekof the ameri
can edition of
PARIS ILLUSTRE.
English text, will contain a superb <loable-p*ffe per-'
trait, in colors, ot the President-elect,
G?X. BENJAMIN HARRISON,
AND
Mas. HARRISON.
In the number next following this, which will be I
published during INAUGURATION WEEK, will up
pear an excelleut double-page colored likeness of the
Vice-President-elect,
LEVI P. MORTON.
-VXD
Mas. MORTON.
All of these are authentic portraits and well worth
preserving.
PARIS ILLUSTRE is unequaled among illustrated
weeklies as a Work of Art.
Weekly, "5 cents. Yearly, $10.
To be had of all newsdealers.
Sole Agents Throughout the World,
THE INTERNATIONAL NEWS COr
It New York aud London.
AMUSEMENTS.
JJATRIOTIC ORDER SONS OP AMERICA.
GRAND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT
by the
U. S. MARINE BAND.
Under the auspices of
WASHINGTON CAMPS. NOS. 1 AND 2.
Assisted by
Mr. Wm. BRODERICK and Miaa LIZZIE AN AND ALE,
Celebrated Baaao and Contralto of the
EMMA ABBOTT ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY.
at
ALBACGH'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
SUNDAY EVENING, MARCH 3D, 1889,
AT 8 P. M.
Mr. JOHN PHILIP SOUSA'
Musical Director.
General Admission, $1. *
Reserved Seats, *1.35 and $1.50.
For sale at ELLIS' MUSIC STORE, 937 Pa. are.,
NEWS STAND. RIGGS HOUSE and BOX OFFICE of
THEATER on day of Concert. f23-7t
Globe theater shooting gallery,
Pfiin. ave., liet. nth and 12th st?.
A Handsome Present will be given to the amateur
marksman making the best score at long range.
shooting to commence at 10 a. m. Mouuay. Feb.
25th. ? r.-a-Bf
PROF. JOS. B. CALDWELL.
TEACHER OF Mt'SIC AND DANCING,
Academy, corner 5th aud H at*, n. w.
Re*idence, 114 C st. n.w. fe9-3w*
ILLARD HALL
TUESDAY. February 26.1889,
THE IDEAL MINSTREL TROUPE,
In Aid of the
DISTRICT POOR.
Tickets, 25c.?for sale by all Police officer*. f21-5t
yy ILHELMJ CLUB CONCERT.
The second concert of the season will be given at the
PNlVKBHALIBT CHURCH, cor. 13th and L ats. n.w,
SATURDAY EVENING. FEU. 23. at 8 o'clock.
Program: Serenade in G,Goette.(first time): two
characteristic compositions by Ureig; "Gondolier*."
by Rles; Waltz, trom E. Major serenade, Volkman:
Gavotte by Gillet.
Frau. Prof. Nauman.of Berlin, will be the vocalist,
and Miss Mattle Saiioa. violinist. fl4-tU.?,tu.th,l,sUt
1| ARRIS' BIJOU THEATER.
WEEK FEBRUARY 18TH.
Matinees Tuesday.^Thurwla^^Friday and Saturday.
By Bartley Campbell, esq., with a company of Ac
knowledged Artists. Chairman and Sellers, Managers.
"The (day that made the fame of it* author in a
night.*'?.V. Jirmld.
Price* ** usuaL Grand Special Mstinnn will be
given on Washington's Birthday.
Next Week-Barlow Bro*.'Mi?*r?U- flg
Q.LOBE THEATER.
Admlsaion, 10, 20 aud 30 ct*. K1 -3t*.
^Pennsylvaniaave.. near 11th st.
Matinees Every Afternoon at 2p.m.
BURLESQUE AND VARIETIES.
r>HORAL SOCIETY.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27.
For the first time tn America,
CALURHOE.
a new cantata, by J. F.
Mrs. Oorlnne Moore-Lawaon, So;
Miaa Gertrude Edmonds, Ooa
Mr. Geo. J. Parker. Tenor, of
Mr. H. C. Sherman, Director.
Dr. Geo. W. Walter, ~
Mrs. Q. A. w
-cn"d
CT. AUGU8TINE*8FAIR,
FEBRUARY 11 TO MA^CH fc. ni
TRAL HALL 815 BTH ST.
Admission. 25 cents. aSfnyTu
AMUSEMENTS.
?^y A8HISOTOX. FEB. i, 1
To Mlee HurM Whltli*
born inforuml that It to
S5^?*^ ^
gXt?wb~i,n^u ????&*??r??
?n&2sr iitsft
S&TvSF"- r~^"
g^jfflgU. cg&sp
cyj'SS, uvsr
f/r ?W*"? Ftwd S. Hintth.
T K. P SliUster.
?? B- J^bfu^ A. T. Hense>.
J. >?. I* teler. w h nurrk
Jrnn^v2lk11^ E-V DIX la,
NUo,t<,r? jo. B Hill.
W,, H. Hupp. W. A. Feusriak.
John Cochraa. r>- W tt Kimr
FLhL ve?.*1 C P '
Boaro*. Feb. 1ft. 42 Worcester Square
C. 8. Jwm, J. F Ancoua,
At T. 1! Kalbfua.
? _? J5hu",?'r. C. C I.nn.-anson,
J. W. watnrain.n, Andother*. ~~~
th^fj !iiSl?ri L*ppWri*t<' rouroomplimentary mjnent
that I xhoul.1 mvcaconort in \\ whiuiri.>n next month.
1 JELIfS-ln prly. natue the 7th of Man h an the time
?"'1 the t hun-h of < mr Father a* the |>larv.
Europe in ilfli^rhL ul. and uiy luipn^onii in (\mnfc*
tiou With it of the pleasauteat character < with lite aln
*leexwption?fa..liKht?hadowiutlieforiii of ..in .*
m*r). but there is no place in the world like dear old
America. audi can truly sa> that of all the audience*
I miQrlit Kittit to there is uv >< I would anticii?ete ai>
peannir before with such pleasure aa that at "Home
*\reet borne."
Mith the liopo that the feeling i* W tunu extent re
ciprocal, I rmiAtun yotu*&, ftitltfill},
_L? HARRIET WHITING.
K KRWAya Neh ^ asitington T heater.
j 11 th street, South of Pennsylvania ave.
| WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY. FEB 25TH.
Mntlnees Monday, Tneaday, Thursday and Saturday.
ISADOOAnOl E\ E. March 3. after-niou k utfht,
GRAND 81"XDAY CONCERT.
Entire Company Appearing.
HARRY WILLIAMS'
OWN SPECIALTY COMPANY.
Direct From His
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
Pittaburfr. Pa.
LarKcat and Most Expensive Company of
AMERICAN and ECROPEAX VAUDEVILLE STABS.
All Xcw Feature*.
"Himself,"
BOBBY GAYLOR.
Gr*ate*t of all lri*li <'? 'iuediaiia.
.MR. FRANK 1H SH.
(Xlllmiorof Hik Own katnous Sivcialties and
Creator of Fun and Hiunor.
MAGGIE COJ.MAX.
Greatest Dancer.
The tl'l'Ular Comedian,
MR. FKANK H. tt Hlf E.
And the Pleasing Soubrette
^ MISS ULLI A* \VH1TI.
IB their latest. -Rapid Delivery "
MISS DAONA11.
The Sweet Dauiah Warbler
MISS ISABELLA WARD.
The Iteilued Lady Musician.
MULLEN AND MAOEeT"
"The Men of Nerve."
^ MR. SAM DEARIN.
The latnoua Musical Kin*
?HERMAN AND MORRISEY.
The Burlesque Aenal Knurs
tyniinf to a Happy End with
BOBBY QAYLORS'S Funnieat larva,
? ^ -MISTAKES."
Cheap Mom at Matinees. l(ic? 15c. and 25c.
N :rrht, General Admission. 25c. It
ARRIS' BIJOU THEATEiL
HJ
8PECIAL PERFORMANCE.
SUNDAY EVENING. MARCH 3D,
The Elnc of Hnraoriata,
n lit: I 3 \ 7 EKB
HBB II L L \ YT Rt
B B II L L N N N Y E
BBB II LUX LLLL K NN Y EEE
And the Prince of Poets and Cnmedlana,
JAMES WHITCOMB
h*? i! ? f"
SM? !! I f v
R R II LLLL KF.E Y 7
Will irlve one of their inimlUbie performance*.
aeata. ioc.Kiid(l. For sale at Brentano's.
YY ILHELMJclub. secondconcebtI
to-niqht: TO-NIOHT!
J UNIVEIISALIST CHUBCH.
Corner 13th and Lata. n.w.
Fran. Prof. Xaumaun. of Berlin, Contralto
Josef Rasper, Conductor.
I _ Adu iaaiou. 50c. 1t
^EW NATIONAL THF.ATVB ?
TO-NIGHT at 8, Last Appearance of
NELLIE FABBF.N, FRED LE8L1E and the
LONDON GAIETY 00., ln
MISS E9MEBALDA.
MISS ESME tALDA.
MISS ESMERALDA.
SUNDAY EVENING. Feb. 24.
Mr FRANK O.AKES ROSE
will repeat hi* cliarmlmr llloatraW lecture.
"THROUGH LONDON WITH DICKENS."
Reserved Seats, 50c. Now on Bale.
W Adini?alon, v5c.
MONDAY. February 23.
ABBOTT OPERA COMPANY. f23
THE CELEBRATION OF THE .VJTH ANNI
veraarv of EASTERN LODGE No. 7. L O O F ,
I plmee ?' NATIONAL RIFLES' ARMORY
MONDAY EVENING, Feb. 25. at K^7?loJk ffi
Banquet and ^^"ainment. followed by a
mJrykta *!? including supper, to be had at t^e ar
^^?rsTd^^5gANf?:bFr!^yN^
t lrat Apiwarance of the
FORREST DRAMATIC CLUB
Ui
Shakecpearr * Historic Tragedy, la Ave acta,
.. , JULIUS CJuSAR,
r M^CTA,^ITNTr!i^?^,AOcnK0f
Forater and Browne, General Mamurtrs. ^
Admlaslon?Orchestra aeata. reserved without extra
c ha rife, 50 cent*; gallery, 'i5 cent*.
Box sheet now. .pen at Metrerott'a music (tore
7* P^P^Uon?Comedy of I'wel/th Ni?rhL
A GRAND HOP WILL BE GIVEN AT I/X'lT
boehler's, lfti lll New York ave.. MONDAY.
at*l?30 beneht of a Widow. Danciny
^JI/SGREGATIONAL CHURCH
THE
STODDARD LECTfRES.
TWO COURSES EXACTLY ALIKE.
Courae A. evening* of March 5.8, 11, 1.1,18
Course 15, - - ?? 8. a, 12, IB. ML
MAGNIFICENT ILLUSTRATIONS
I?OLD ENGLAND.
U?HOLLAND AND BELGIUM
... Ill?CARDINAL RICHELIEU.
IV?FLORENCE V?ROME
COURSE TICKETS, reaerved aeata, g'J and $3.
Reserved seata, ainirle lectures, 75c . on aale March L
Ticket office, J. F. ?111* & Co . 937 Penn ave
f23to2Slncl
^AHIMES OF NOBMANDY ~
FRANKLIS AMATEUR OPERA COMPANY
assisted by '
MR. GEORGE LITZ and MISS EMMA LIT*.
of Baltimore.
THURSDAY EVENING^ FEBRUARY 28,1889.
THE CARROLL INSTITUTE.
jrickeu^!^11-1^^^ ^
0ONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.
MARCH 3, 1880.
GRAND PATRIOTIC CONCERT
OF NATIONAL AIRS, OH) WAR SONGS, kc..
by a
CHORUS OF ONE HUNDRED VOICES,
Assisted by
^ PROF. BISCHOFF. OrguUet,
And Other Artiata.
Ailmlaalon. Fifty Cent*.
No Reaarred Seata.
'or **to KUto' Muaic Mora, 997 Pa.
ERMA1PS NKW WARHUIOTOM THXAT
Grand Matinee SATURDAY.
Chaav Prtoaa, 10c.. 15c. and 25c
Grand Doubl* Attraction.
AND ??
Naxt wJk^MYW^iAMS OWN OO. f2S
Q.RAND FAIR AND
Cyras CoaHBanderr No. 1. K. a *., wlB kald a Mr
at National RlSca* Hall from MARCH 11 t* 23.
son tlckata, &Oc.; i
oa
t*i
Is
8150, which will be
this dty wtahlar to ^
AMUSEMENTS.
^LRAVOH'S ?ABB IMH I BOOBE.
TO-XIOHT AT 8
TO-XIOHT AT t.
grand riirnix
LAST JOIST APPT IRAXCS.
or u
BIT ART ROBSoN.
william h run.
And their Cunpuy. presentiu* Bronson BwhCi
tort cvwiilf.
THE HENRIETTA
Ne*t Vwk-K^ERT HAXTtLLli the OHWlrtl
BROTHERS. m
flARRIAOE ...
V Firth orand
iMt, Kii. _.,
lJAY.tVi.ruar> 2tl. ll?SV
AND WAGON MAKES*. ATTENTttlC
.AS"?1'?p ?* u'*7^"
MW. k of L.. at 1a1H? Hall. 1M^
, i -r ?M Mm lien will i'i. Ktt> ivft
aap?vial rneruoK Mundat mrlit tn^ke hi,.I amuM.
. JOut IH EEXToN, M W
Ct33t? DAVID FEGAX. r. *
CONGREGATIONAL tHIRCH. "
Tuesday mma, ftbrt art *.Mk
GRAXD POPULAR LECTURE
BT
REV. T. DtWITT TALK AUK.
MlKt:
-BIO BLINDERS
Reserved Seat Tickets jOr and 7V.
'? A? many of tbe friends of Dr Ttltuiyr turf bs*?
disappointed each Mesa, u by tbcfr inability In emirs
choice and mm the supply ta never rguil to tbe
demand. we would uiy* all to procure thelr tickets at
the opening <?( the Mir.
Sale of tickets will mummer Moiulav morning,
Feb 1K, at Ellis' Music More. J?37 IVun a\
_fl5-luf WAR1BG A HARVEY
^LBAUlU'S ORAXI> OPERA HolkA
COMMENCING MONDAY. FEBRUARY" 25.
A Spectacular Revival.
ROBERT MAXTELL.
ROBERT MAXTELL.
In a foiyeous scenic production of Um
CORSICA* BROTHERS.
CORKICAS BEOIHERS
On this ooramori Mr Msutell mill impersonate the
dual role of Lotus and Fableo dei French. Enure wm
scenery and costumes Brilliant calcium kiykit tableau
THE XA sy I Eli ADE BALI.
Introducing tbe fautoua LORE LEAK and the world rs
Downed DAVENPORT BROTHERS Ui all their noted
special Uea.
JBKATS ARE HOKT OX SALE. fSl
^ UMUL THEATBB. ~ -EXTRA."
SE ATS HOW OK SALE
SEATS NOW OS MALE.
FOR OXE WEEK OXLY.
TOR ORE WEEK OXLY.
Monday. February
Mudaj. February 25.
Every Nlrtit, WED. and SAT. Matineea.
Every Night. Wi D. mad SAT. Matiaaaa.
En?r*f tunent uf tin t an* ua
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GRAND ENGLISH OPERA CO?
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... With the following Popular Artista
Abbott. Annandale, Bertinl. Mirelia. l>u ke. VuM?
rrJflu, Micbeleua, Pnieltc. Broderu*. Allen. Karl.
. .. . Mart,.iia.
In this Brilliant and Veraatile Repertoire:
Monday. Abbott's lain! Rule
Monday, Abbott's Lateat Role.
THE YEOMEN OF THE Gt'ARD.
THE YEOMEN Ot THE UCARD.
F.mnia Abbott aud Entire Abbott C**,
Tuesday, Balfe'a ReauUfol
ROSE OF CA8TIEE.
ROmE of c\1tile,
Eu.ma Alibott and Entire Abbott Co.
Wednssday Matln~ . Prwes. Si, 5tK and Ttfc
Grand Revival
CHIMEK OE X<ihMANDY.
CHIMES OF MOBSaKvI.
Two Pnute Douue and Entire Co.
Wadnesday Nirlit. AWiott's Great Huo,-*sa,
LIH'IA. BEIDE OF LAMMERMOOB.
LI CI A. 11LIDE OF LAMMERM(X>R.
Einma Abbott aa Lucia, and Entire Co.
Thursday. ABBOTT aa LEOX< RA.
Tbursda>. ABH >1T so LEONORA.
In \ erdi's Melodious
IL TR0VATOKE. je ikovatork.
IL 1KOVA1ORE
" Friday, Bellini's Grand 0| era.
NORMA, NORMA.
NORMA.
Emma Abbott and Entire Co.
Saturday, Abbott Matinee.
Abbott's Fatuous Love Evnr,
Rrv PEAS; OR. Ol 1 IN AND LACK FY'.
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Rl"Y HLAS. OR. tJl F.FX AND LACKEY.
Melodiou. Muaic A Chsriuinr S|?ctacM
Etnuia Abbott and Entire Abbott Co
Batunlay XUrlit. Farewell Performance
bat irday N vlit Farewell IVrtormauce.
Graud Revival. Mikado's Eareaell.
Grand Revival. Mlkadu'. EarewelL
EMMA ABBOTT AS rVW-YTM.
EMMA ABBOTT AS \ 1 M-YL M.
M IK.ADO. MIKADO.
MIKADO MIKADO.
Entire Co. in the Out. f 1 <<-Ct
^ AN ORAM A BATTLE OF
15th it., bouih of I. B. Traasiiry
Comment In* MONDAY. Feb IB. 1S8?.
ITFXER'8 ROYAL MIDGET'S.
MISS LtTLA ZARATF, bom Jan. 2. 18?3. prearril
wcw-Ut M| lbs . and
MAJOR ATOM, bora Jons -*?, 18U4
THE TWO SMALLEST PEOPLE IX THE WORLD
Will continue their daily receptions from 2 to 5 aud
7 to 9 p.m., at the Panorama Battle of Mhiloh.
Extra Children's Matinee Waahmvtou'i Birthday
r.-o lia
COURSE or TEN PoPtTLAR LBCTCRES I XDI R
a aspices of YOCNG MEN S CHRISTIAN ASSO
CIATION. Gymnaaiuui Hall. 140K Nr. \ork ace ,
SATURDAY. February '-?.'l, at 8 o'clock.
F. W . BLACKMAR. of California.
CHINESE LABOR AND IMMIGRATION
Admission. 15c. r.' 1 M
JNAVGIRAL TEA
1770 TO 1SSP
On Tuesday and Wedneada). the JWl and 27th of
FeUruary. at bt Jolrn'a l-ar.-b HaU. 81V ltftb at .f..r
the benefit of the bmidinr fuud of the Children's
Country Horns. Wednesday evening at s o'clock,
readintrs by Prof. Toa-naend. to rt. 8 to 11 o'. io- k
each day. Ad.mssiou, 5Uc. Cuiltireu. 2.V. fl il-7t
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" AsUlNuTo.N RIDING ACADEMY.
Corner ot "."Jd aud P sta n.w.
Instruction flven to Ladiea, Geutleuien. and Chil
dren.
BEST APPOINTED BOARDING STABLE IN TUB
OOCXTRY, J--> A UORSK UK MONTH. INt'LlD
1NG VSE OF RING t'OR EXERCISINO. Ample w
na?re room aud ajwcial acrouunodau, n. for coachmen.
'iciephone call Md. Bund lor circular.
J. D. DROWN.
Jal4-3m Manager.
Elphonzo \ ovxGS' Company Offer
SPECIAL PRICES
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OX THE FOLLOWINQ LOTS, VIZ.:
(FEBRUARY 20. 1888.)
300 d.
100
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300 bottlsa Maple Byrnp, 50c. ataa, at 44
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