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The WwthfT, For the District of Columbia. Virginia, Sorth Carolina. South Carolina, and Georgia, fair; stationery temperature on the coast, warmer in the interior; variable winds. Wondebttl Ba bo a ins will be offered for to-morrow only, at R. flouw1007 1009 F ?t. n.w. Geicds qnoted below will be sold below my regular prr-e*. !?? corated English r'nina combination dinner and tea set*. square shape, 130 pieces, worth 91 8; at ?10.9S. Oeuumo Glasgow china hand-painted com bination dinner and tea sets, with lovelv natural flowers, coin gold bands. 129 pieces, onfv ?15.98; worth >22. Hand-painted salad bowls 18 cts. Roger Bros. 1847 A 1 fancy pattern teaspoons only 88 eta. doz.; tablespoons or lorks #1.76 X W. A lovely decorated English china tea set of 5* pes., with pretty flower decoration, worth ?4.50. at ?2.98. Lubin's powder, regular price 15c., at Qp. Decorated Easter eggs, only 2c. Silver-plated dessert knives. 58c. % dz. 250 white envelopes, worth 75c., at 28c. Memorandum books, worth 5c., at 2c. ?1 picture frames, 8x10. at 48c. Large dust-pan. with brush, IGo. Sew shape American china tea sets, hand painted. with lovely flowers and sprays, 68 pes., worth $9. at ?5.58. 144 sheets of shelf paper, only 15c. Pool soap. 5c. a cake. Hems' fruit press or vegetable strainer, for merly sold for 50c.. my price only 15c. Japan* se table mats only 9c. Handsome plaques, worth 25c., at 5c. Hanging lamps, complete, worth ?2.98, at tl.98. Hanging lamps, with handsome shades.worth ?;l.?s. at *2.25. Hanging lumps, new stvle, worth ?4.48, at $3. 98. Hanging lamps, decorated shade andprisms, worth ?5.98, at ?4.48. Hinging lamps, patent spring, decorated ?hade and prisms, worth ?7.4?. at ?4.98. Any of the above lamps can be arranged for any ceiling. Also the following great bargains will be of fered on our second floor, at the following pr.ces, for to-morrow onlv: The choice of 25 babv carriages, worth ?12.48, for The choice of 50 babv carriages.worth ?14.48. at flO.'K The choice of 50 baby carriages, new style, w -r!h .fl'.?.lr?. at ?14.98.' We will offer 25 carriages for ?24.98, equal to anv sold elsewhere for ?35. 'the above carriages are all new. and of the best makes, no old stock, but bright and at tractive goods: each carriage warranted. 10 per cent discount on all refrigerators, ice chests, trunks and rattan rocking chairs, at R. Goi ds, nMill's. 1907-1009 F st. n. w. Rare Babc.ains in Good Goods. To-morrow. Saturday. March '.if). Th~ Fair. *12 7th street northwest. will t>fft-r some of the prettiest and most exqui site hai.d-paiuted China Goods at ridiculously low prices. This sale is specially gotten tip to show to what a degree of good taste this estab lishment h.is brought its selections in mediuni priceel goods. Choice decorated fluted individual butters 24''. ior a half eloz.; worth 50c. 6 each bund-painted Cups. Saucers and Plates, the set for 98c.; worth >1.50. Delicate hand-painted 10-inch dishes only 19c.; worth 35c. Pretty hand-painted salad bowls only 17c.; worth at least 3oc. Finely decorated bone dishes French elesigns, 6 for 4V.: worth 75c. Hand-pointed, choice, pretty decorated din ner sets only ? 13.98; gortli ?22. Also China tea sets.equallvas pretty as above dinner sets, for ?5.98. worth ?8. Japanese- ice cream sets, containing a 12 inch dish and 12 saucers, all for ?1.98; worth ?3.00. t'rvstal fruit stands for 22c.: worth 50c. 6 clear crystal goblets for 27c.; worth 50c. Folding table mats. 3 for 10c. t'rvstal syrup pitchers for 10e\. decorated. Parlor lamp complete for 79c.; worth ?1.25. 7-inch crystal preserve dishes for 7c.. and 6 rlear crvstal fluted tumblers for 17c.; worth 36c. 8-ineh white china plates for 5c. each. Bronze candle sticks for 9c. each. 8x10 heavy gilt frames, your choice for 39c. worth from 75c. to ?1.25. We will also sell babv carriages worth ?14.98 for ?11.98. This sale continues all day Saturday at The Fajb. 8127th street northwest. Frankle A Co., proprietors. Read Angenstein's Adv. in City Items. Bird Seed. lb. boxes, best. 7c. Lather brushes. 5c. Vase line, large size, reduced to 10c. :15c. English tooth brushes. 21c. 25c. Whisk broom, extra quality, 14c. Shoe sets for travelers. 25c. Shoe brush, fair quality. 10c. Colgate's palm soap, double cake. 9c. Ammonia, full pints, full strength, 10c. 25c. Shaving brush down to 10c. 69c.. for ~ 1 patent medicines. 69c. Kolu Pharmacy, 7th and E stg. n.w. The latest New York style of Spring over coat for young men is the "English Top Coat." Introduced by E. B. Bakncm A Co. Mme. M. Neils'>n. i'orsetiere. formerly of Sew York. 521 11th st.. ne-ar F. Bathing. Swim ming. and Riding Corsets made to order. Children's Cobsets. M. C. Whf.lan. La; ba ToiroiD. weighing over nine hundred pounds, said to be the largest woman in the world, sent an order for a dress to the Man l rAe'TV"BJ N o Establishment. 91* 7tli street north west. ller measure was taken, the dress cut, trimmed and made within twenty-four hours. The tit was perfect; the big woman was de lighted. and all \V tsbington rejoices in the fact that it has an establishment capable of turning out dresses not only for the smallest, but also the largest pe ople in the world. PiLXoit. the wonderful Soaproot Toilet Soap, on sale Saturday. 936 La. ave.. near Centre market. Next Monday will be the tirst of our six days" opening in our Children's Department. We want to see you all. Saks and Company. The Finest Teeth are now shown by users of the Ideal Felt Tooth Polisher. Read Augeiisteiu's Adv. in City Items. Only a Small Quantity Left. Pleasant Valley Catawba. g-?l.. 75c. Pure rye whisky, live years old, gal., ?2.50. Process flour, bbl.. ?1.50. Whole solid packed tomatoes, doz., 90c. Sugar corn, stall, weight, doz.. 75c. Genuine French Macaroni, lb.. 11c. Cal. Muscatel wiue.. absolutely pure, gal., 91. Cat. Sherry wine, absolutely pure. gal.. ?1.20 1'. li. Wilson, 934 7th st. n.w. Fob SmiNo LamuootoJ.no. R. Kelly.Center Market. Corned beef a specialty. 10 Lbs. Cobned Beef. 50c.; 10 lbs. fresh beef, 60c.; roast beef. 10c. per pouuel; steak. 10c. per lb. J. N. Hooveb. Stalls 134-136, Center Market. SrrEBFLrors Haib destroyed by Electric Nee- j die. Mas. Dk. Gabriel. 1321 G st n.w. An Easy Way to keep well during the warm months is to take- a bottle of Page's Sarsuparilla in the spring. It will purify the blood and heep up a healthy circulation. Ei'Monston A Co.. have closed their Avenue store and will con'uiuc the Shoe Business at 1339 and 1341 F street, opposite Ebbitt House. Sfwno Style Silk Hats. ?5: best. ?6. Sew shapes aud shades in * olored Derbys. Sice line Stylish Black Derbys. ?1.50 to ?4. fetetse n s Solt Hats. Crush and llannock Hate. Lewis A Son. 1421 New \ork ave., nr. 15th. Also a nice assortment new neckwear. Fivney's Co*i>oi:nd Sybi rsir Bcchc positive cure for all diseases of the kidneys, bladder, and urinary organs. 7th and 1 sts. n.w. Ir Yoc Wort? like to hare a fair, clear com plexion take l'age's SarsaparillB. It will quickly remove all impurities from the blood. For sale at Mebtz's Drug Store, 1014 F street To Hocsekeefebs that want to buy Furniture. Carpets. Oil-Cloths, Mattings. Rugs. Ac. Go to the largest instal ment house in the city. Special inducements to cash buyers, ut J. G. Sla tebs. 310 and 312 Penn. ave s. e., Capitol HilL The Golden Kaule Clothixo Co. extend ? cordial invitatiou to all. especially their old customers, at their new quarters. No. 211 Penn sylvania avenue southeast. I'apitol Hill. Bar cam* in all departments in clothing, furnish ings and hats. Fink Bvtteb. Fine Rcttes. J as. F. Oyster. 9th st. Wing. Center Market, cor. Pa. ave. and 9th st n. w. The Best Thisos Covntebfeited. Buyers should insist on having the genuine Baker's Norwegian Cod Liver Oil. J no. C. Baku A Co., Philadelphia. - . ? Fraaxu. s Can. 1425 N Y avenue, the cheap m ?i.j BMt genteel dining-room in the city. local mention. e, ? _ d*tve Sale This Wee*. sl.oO Smyrna Mats, best qualitv for 95c. f3 Smyrna Rugs. bent quality. ?1.95. |4 Smyrna Rugs, btrgt quality, 42.90. 95.50 Smftna Rugs, best quality, ?3.95. Scrim 6c. yard: Pongee Drapery 15c. yard. A lot of remnants of best Ingrain Cm-nets, 40c. yard. S?'id Oak Chamber Suite. 9 piece* for ?29.50. Mattings, Baby Carriages and the Leonard Refrigerators at bottom prices. W. H. Hi-EKE. 801 Market Space. Cse Rex FruMTTBE Polish?Sold by P. Han son Hiss M fg Co., bio 15th n.w., also druggists. There is nothing "ptculi.ir" about Page's Sarsaj arilla. Jt is an extract of well-known vegetable alteratives skillfully prepared in a palatable form for the cure of blood diseases, l'imples, blotches, blackheads, emotions disap pear after its use. Mebtz's Daro 3to*e. ^ 1014 F street. Rrr Yor* Coal, Coke aud Wood from Jonv son Bboihers, the leading lirm in the Dis trict. Tdbocoh the Tki.efbo.nk. 'Hello:" "Hello, there!" ?'Is this the doctor?" '"Yes, what do you want." "I've got a bad attack of dyspepsia. What shall I do for it." '?Get a bottle of Cook's Balm of Life. It s the best remedy for dyspepsia I know of and will"cure you at once." 10 Lbs. Fbesh Beef, 50c.; 10 Ibg. corned beef, 50c., at New Yobk Market, 3d and Ind. ave. n.w. Shoes For Ladies and Children. Last week of Edmonston Jt Co.'s discount sale. 1239 and 1341 F street, opposite Ebbitt House. No Branch Store. 1205 F St. For the Household Pet, Shirts, Flannels, Slips, Shawls. Bootees, Caps, Afghans. Something that pays better than Washington real estate. A bottle of Pages Sarsapanlla taken now will save your health in tte summer ?o to Mertz's Drco Store and purchase a bottle; it is a good investment. CITY AND^ DISTRICT. AMISEMEXTS TO-MQHT. Atiwan's.?-Said Pasha." National.?'-Natural Gas." Kebsas's.?Variety. Harki*'.?''The Emigrant." Globe.?Variety. CONDKNSKD LOCALS. Rev. Henry Clay Robinson, of Maryland, has accepted a call to the First Baptist church, colored, in South Washington. The church debt is paid off aud the building is soon to be improved. At 5:30 o'clock yesterday a slight fire took place in house 1810 Wiltberger street. 1 he coroner yesterday gave a certificate in the case of the colored man struck and killed by the eastern express train on the Baltimore ami Potomac railroad, near Benning. He was identified ;;s John Burnes. aged sixty, who lived near Benning. Hebrew families are making preparations to celebrate the Feast of the Passover, which be gins on April 16. Drinks on "Inauguration" Sunday. THF. CASES FOR VIOLATION of the liqcob laws OS THE 3d OF MARCH. The first instalment of charges against saloon keepers for violating the Sunday law on March 3, in providing the inauguration visitors with re freshments. was called in the Police Court yester day afternoon, as stated in The Star. The first case called by Prosecuting Attorney Shillington was that of Franz Niehaus. Mr. Campbell Car rmgton. for the defendant, demanded a jurv trial This motion was denied and the court heard testimony. The defendant. Mr. Carring ton explained, had been in business a number of years and this was the tirst time he had been before the court for an alleged violation of law. He thought that from the circumstances attend ing the case, it was one in which the court might properly take the defendant's personal bonds and save him from having a record against him. His client did not object to pav ing the j"20 fine, but he did not want a record of conviction to stand against him. The court took ? the case under advise ment. Alice w Curry plead guilty and paid a fine of <?20. The charge against Mary Crowley was nolle pressed and thas. H. Senseny was acquitted. Harrv J Eisenbeiss was fined $20. aud Mr. Carrington appealed the case. In the cases of John Baier and Jas. White, Mr. Carrington said he would admit the facts and ask the court to give judg ment. Fines were imposed and appeals were noted. In the case of Thomas Conrov. Oflicer Nelson gave testimony, and Mr. Carrington argued for an acquittal, but the court ovc r ruled his points and gave judgment against the defendant; appealed. When the case of John H. I>e Ailey was called, Mr. Carrington ac cepted a judgment of guilty without hearing the testimony, and appealed the case. The case of Eliza Davidson was continued for the defendant to come in and accept the judgment ot the court. Louis Omelin was fined ?20. His case was also appealed. The next batch of liquor cases will be called in court next Tues day. The Hebrew Orphans' Home. ITS FORMAL DEDICATION AT ATLANTA. OA., YES TERDAY?AN ORATION BY HON. SIMON WOLF. At Atlanta. Cla., yesterday the orphans' home i of the I Ac pendent Order of B'nai Brith was dedicatetfwith appropriate ceremonies and in the prcscnce of a large number oi' people.includ ing delegates from Virginia. Maryland. North and South Carolina, and the District of Colum bia. who have been in attendance at the grand lodge meeting in that city. The mayor of At lanta delivered an address of welcome, and the key of the home was presented bv Hon. Jos llirsch, chairman of the building committee, to lion. Samuel Weil, president of the grand' lodge B nai B'rith. Hon. Simou Wolf, ex-coiw sul to Egypt, who inaugurated the movcmenT which resulted in the erection of this home, *as the orator of the day. He dwelt upon the work of his race in the fields of chantv. and told of the inception and growth of this home A poem by Frank Cloudy, of this city, was read. 1 here were several presentations to Mr. Wolf The exercises came to a close bv an inspection of the building and a luncheon. Last night the ceremonies were concluded with a ball and a i'Hnquet at the Kimball house. The asylum belongs to district No. 5. which includes Ma ryland. A irginia. the two C'arolinas, and Geor gia The building, which is of the Venetian style of architecture, three stories in height cost nearly *00.000. There is a sinking fund of t.30.000 for its maintenance. Ex-President Cleveland laid the corner-stone of the building ou hid tour south in the early part of last year. Base Ball Beginnings. THE FIBST OAME Tu-MoKEOW?HEWETT AND DAY TO TREAT WITH WARD. The first gun of the local base-ball season will be fired to-morrow afternoon at Capitol park. There will be a game between two picked nines, composed as follows: Washington? Mack, c; O'Day, p; Carney, lb; Myers, 2b; Donnelly, 3b: Shock, ss; Wilmot, If; Hoy, cf; Person, rf. Sullivanites?Banning, e? Kecfe p; O'Brien, lb; Ebright, 2b; Sullivan, ss Sweeney. 3b; Haddock. If; Winkleman, cf; Clark, rf. President Hewett will join President Day, of the Ne w \ork club, at 11 o'clock to-night, when the latter reaches this city on his way home from the south. The immediate object of the journey is a conference with John Ward, from which his contract with Washington is contl dently expected to ensue. Mr. Hewett said this morning that he believes that he will bring the contract back with him, and that Ward will play with the team on Monday in Baltimore. An Interesting Book. "How I Become Consort." the historv of Jeff Gordon, handsomely illustrated, is giren away free at the drug stores of this city. ? He Wants to Bn the PaoPEBTY.-Messrs. Coleman and Offley have, for Charles de Ar naud. tiled a bill in equity for a specific per formance against Olivia C. Starring and John j Kaiser, fhe complainant alleges that he bar : gained with the first-named defendant for the Pur^?^ of certain pro^rty in West Washmg i f?'f i ?r 411 e "'Kat'd au agreement to hold the offer open for a limited time. He al leges that m violation of the agreement she ! h*? the property to Kaiser for five years ! at *45 per month, with the privilege of pur i chasing at *6.500. He, therefore, pravs that j she execute him a deed, and that Kaiser'be en | jomeu from consummating a purchase. The B. and O. Route to New Yomx.-Tho average time of the B. and O. trains to New i ork is faster than those of anv other line. The B. and O. trains run through without change or transfer, and no extra charge it made for fast tune. Sea the B.and O. time-table, this paper.* Woodward * Lothrgp will offer to-morrow morning 50 dozen Ladies' 6-button length Biar ritz Kid Gloves, in tan shades, at the extraor dinary low pnee of 6U,V. P*r pair. ? THE THREE AMERICAS. The Board of Promotion Appoint ? Com mittee to Confer With Secretary Blaine. The board of promotion of the Three Ameri cas exposition held a meeting last evening. Commissioner Webb presided and the secre tary, Alexander D. Anderson, made a report. Sir. Anderson stated that a substitute for the bill providing for a constitutional centennial celebration in this city was inserted in the sundry civil bill at the List session of Congress. This substitute provides for the celebration of the centennial anniversary of the inauguration of the first President by a meeting of the two houses in the hall of Representatives in De cember next. The Chief Justice is to be in vited to deliver an address. Mr. Anderson further stated that ? 125.000 had been appro Eriated for a Three Americas congress, to be eld in this city on October 2 next. The act requires "that the President of the United States shall appoint, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, ten delegates to said conference." Mr. Anderson said he presumed that these delegates would be appointed at the present session of the Senate. THE OBJECTS OF THE CONFERENCE. Continuing, Mr. Anderson said: '"As one of the fundamental objects of this conference is the promotion of more intimate commercial and socnl relations between the several sister nations of the three Americas it is of the utmost importance as a stepping stone to the Three Americas exposition to be held at the Uutional capital in 1892, which movement is largely based upon the name commercial idea. The status of the exposition bill is as follows: On the 24th of last June it was unanimously and favorably reported by the House com mittee on foreign affairs. Owing to the rules I of the House, the committee were unable to I get a day, or a night, or an hour assigned for consideration of this important and patriotic I bill, notwithstanding the board of promotion urging consideration was composed of the I governors of forty states and territories, the mayors of sixty leading cities, 160 presidents i and secretaries of boards of trade throughout the United States, and other prominent citizens and officials representing all of the forty-six states and territories of the Union. With "such a record as this we do not for a moment think of halting in our work, but propose to organize a new and vigorous campaign preparatory to the opening of the Three Americas congress next October, and the (n>ening of the Congress of the United States in December." SECRETARY ANDERSON'S RECOMMENDATION, In conclusion Mr. Anderson made the follow ing recommendations: First. That the word "Permanent" be discarded and that the project hereafter be known simply as "The Three Americas Exposition." Of course we intend that the exposition shall remain her6 for all time in the manner just stated, but the word "Permanent" by being misunderstood has been an injury. Second. That a committee of three be ap pointed to wait upon the Secretary of State, and ask that the opening of the Three Americas commercial congress be postponed from Wed nesday. October 2. to about Wednesday, October 23. This is necessary as a matter of courtesy toward the delegates from the eighteen other American nations invited, for the reason that for mouths past the best rooms of nearly all of the hotels have been engaged for the Triennial Conclave of the Knights Templar, which is to m^et in this- city October 8. and remain for about one week. Third. That each of the 225 boards of trade throughout the United States be invited to des ignate three members, who. with its president and secretary, whom we have already appointed members of our board, will constitute a stand ing committee of live on the Three Americas exposition. Fourth. That steps be immediately taken to arrange a national convention of the board of promotion (composed of governors, mayors, boards of trade. Ac.), to meet in Washington about the 1st of next November, to confer with the delegates to the Three Americas congress. P'ifth. That the exposition bill be changed so as to ask an appropriation of S5.000.0tt0 by the United States for its share of the Three Amer icas exposition of 1892. This change is neces sary for the reason that the non-action by the Fiftieth Congress makes it now too late to rely upon appropriations from the legislatures of the forty-six states and territories, as originally intended. TO CALL OS THE SECRETARY. The report was adopted and a committee, consisting of Halle* Kilbourn, Beriah Wilkins, and Dr. T. 8. Verdi, was appointed to call on the'Seeretary of State relative to the change in the date for opening the congress. A commit tee. consisting of Commissioner Webb, Secre tary Anderson, and Dr. Verdi, was appointed to call on the Italian and Spanish ministers at Washington and inform them of the continued interest of the committee in the exposition movement, and their confidence that Congress would take favorable action. Death of An Old IiesUlent. JOHN HOOVER, BORN IN THIS DISTRICT IN THE LAST CENTURY. Yesterday afternoon Mr. John Hoover, prob ably the oldest native resident of the District, died at his home on New Jersey avenue between M and N streets northwest. Mr. Hoover was born in Georgetown. Feb. 22. 1798. and learned the butchering business with his father, who was the leading butcher of the District in the early days of the century. The deceased, after being associated in business with his father, carried on the same pursuit from time to time w ith his brothers Michael. Samuel and William, all of whom, though younger than he, died before him. The youngest brother. Thomas, was a Presbyterian minister, who for many years was a pastor of a church in Pennsylvania I and is now deceased. John Hoover left no children. Since the I death of his wife, about five years ago. he has been in rather feeble health. His slaughter house was for many years located on the run at Connecticut avenue above L street (now a sewer), but about fifty years ago he moved to his late residence on New Jersey avenue above M street, having his slaughter house on North Capitol street near O street. Before the war he was engaged largelv as a government contractor in furnishing beef to , the army and navy, and about 1847 he, with | one Stierberger. of Pennsylvania, bought up about all the cattle in the eastern part of the | United States and was by some looked on as THE FIRST CATTLE KINO I of the country. In this project they realized such large sums of money as to make him financially easy the remainder of his life. He | continued in business until he was past three . score years. His last place of business was at 8th and D streets northwest, but he never lost his interest in the meat trade, and was regarded as the best judge of cattle in the district. His | wife was a Catholic, and after her death he united with that church, becoming a commu nicant of St. Aloysius parish. Some years ago he gave a farm near Queen's Chapel to the church for the orphan children of the parish, who for several years past have called on him on his birthdays. He has also given liberallv to the Little Sisters of the Poor. Aside from some country estate, he leaves but little city property, but it is thought that he has left sev eral hundred thousand dollars in bonds, Ac, His funeral will take place on Monday morning. Dr. K. P. Howard, dean of the medical fac ulty of McGill university, and one of the most distinguished medical men on this continent, died at Montreal yesterday. RRR OO R R O O RRR O O R R O O R R OO Y V A 1, Y Y AA E YY A A L Y AAA L Y A A U.I.L RRR A K K II NX N CiGO R B AA K K II NN N ? O KBB A A KK II N N N O R B AAA K K II N NN U OO KBB A A K K U N NN GOO OO W W W DDD KEB RRR O W W W W D D K R R O W W W W D D KK RRR > O WW WW D DF. R R OO W W DDD KF.K H R " ABSOLUTELY PIKE. This powder never varies. A msrvsl of purity, strength, and whclesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In competition with the multitude of low-test, short-weiirht alum or | phosphate powder. JSdd only in cons. Koxa*. Bas iku rowDU Co.. 100 Wall street, N. Y. >nli!-in,tu,th*f mucS GEORGETOWN. As Afbojt Bazar.?Th?> ladies of West Street Preibyterin church held an apron bazar at No. 1521 31st street last night, the proceeds to be devoted to the orpan fund. Those in charge of the bazar were Misses Nourse, Alice D. Godard, Madge Oreenlees. Alice M&yfleld. Mamie Brown. Lottie Mayfield. Annie Blackford. Annie Backer, and Blanche Brown. The snpper ta ble was in charge of Miss Julia Gilbert, assisted by Misses Lena Jannoy. Fannie Gilbert, Anna B. Leech, and Bessie Lewis. The entertain ment will be repeated this evening. A Stoles Watch Recovered.?The theft of the gold watch from Mrs. Annie Hntchins, mentioned in yesterday's Star, was traced to Otto Fischer, a boy who had assisted in moving Mrs. Hutch ins' Household effects from one residence to another. Tbe chain had been given to a colored man to selL The watch was recovered from Fischer. A Bot Hurt While Plaviso.?Thos. Bangs, a bay. was accidentally hit npon the head and badly hurt yesterday afternoon while playing with another boy, Thomas Brown, iu the yard of No. 3318 S street. The wound was dressed by Dr. Ritchie. Orais Receipts.? Canal boat Seneca arrived with 2.700 bushels of corn and 2 tons of hay for G. T. Dunlop. Temperature asd Cosditios of Water at 7 a.m.. Great Falls, temperature, 48; condition, 23; receiving reservoir, temperature. 50; con dition at north connection. 27; condition at south connection, 20; distributing reservoir, temperature, 47; condition at influent gate house, 20; condition at effluent gate-house, 14. Jurors for the New Court.?Yesterday the following Jurors were drawn for the additional Circuit Court to be convened April 8 by Judge Montgomery: Michael Neumyer, John I). Fat ton. H. Wagner, B. Seward, H. K. Veile. T. W. Hungerford, John Stewart, W. G. Bond. B. H. Sinclair, H. King, jr., S. 8. Coggins, C. F. Smith. G. W. Harvey, F. Ghan, W.C.Avery, A. K Williams. 8. Y. Minor, D. Rittenhouse, Geo. >1. Kengla, Paul Petz, Thomas Davis. James S. Bowen. W. L. Cherry, S. Pierre, S. H. Walker, and J. U. O'Meara. March. April. Mat. are the best months in which to purify your blood, for at no other season does the system so much need the aid of a reliable medicine like Hood's Sarsa|>arilla as now. During the 1< >11K, cold winter, the blood becomes thin and impure, tho body becomes wi nk and tired, the an>ettte may be lost. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is peculiarly adapted to purify and enrich the blood, to create a good appetite,and to overcome that tired feeling-. It In creases iu popularity every year, for it is the ideal spring medicine. HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA, "Every spring for years I have made it a practice to take from three to live bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla, because I know it purifies the blood and thoroughly cleanses the system of all impurities. That languid feeling, sometimes called 'spring fever.' will never visit the System that has been properly cared for by this never-failing remedy."?W. H. LAWRENCE, Edi tor Agricultural Lpitomist. Indianapolis, Iiid. THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE "I have taken three bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla and consider it the best blood medicine I have ever taken. It builds me up, makes me sleep better, gives lne a good appetite, and improves my health gener ally."?Mrs. A. P. LEIGHTON, Portlawl, Me. N. B ? If you decide to take Hood's Sarsaparilla do not be induced to buy any other. HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA sold by all druggists. $1; six for $."i. Prepared only by C. I. HOOD 4 CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. 100 DOSES ONE DOLLAR. 1 BBIt IT U RRR TTTT m KSSo B B IT U R R T " 5 8 BBB U U RRR T ? BSS? K B V U R R T 5 BBB CU R R T bSS8 A KS It NX N II V V FEE RRR AA KNNNNNIIV V K R R A A NSN N N N II V V F.R RRRI AAA NWNNNNIIVV K R R A A N NN N NN II V KEE K. K eSSc A RRR Y Y S 8 AA R R Y Y ?SS, A A RRR YY b 2 AAA R R Y BSS8 A A K R Y i KSSc A L EKE 2 AA L E aSSc A A I, KK s 2 AAA L E _ SS3 A A LLLL KEE _ March 29 to April C. EDWIN C. BURT h CO.'S LADIES' SHOES. BEST QUALITY, STAMPED AND WARRANTED. $7.00 Turned Sole French Kid Button, for $5.25 0.00 Walking Sole French Kid Button, for? 4.25 6.00 Patent Leather Tip Walking Boot, Spring Weight, for 4.25 | (55 styles.) 4.50 Turned Sole Oxford Ties, for 3.00 3.00 Misses' Spring Heel Button Kid and Goat and of our own special make, for 2.00 $3.00 Ladies' Rugsett Oxfords for..... $2.00 These are all new goods made for this spring trade, not bankrupt, damaged, carried over, or Job lot goods' We do this to advertise. It is costly, but it pays. ARTHUR BURT & CO.. 1211 F STREET N. W. mh28-3t ALL THE AMERICAN NOVELTIES THAT CHIL dren will wear this season will be displayed by SAIiJS AND Company at their opening, commencing next Monday and continuing throughout tbe week. mn29 Six Great Bargains In Groceries. BY ELPHONZO YOUNG8 COMPANY. (Wednesday, March 27,1889.) 162 dozen cans Sugar Corn, per dozen 81 cents 71 dcz. large cans Golden Pumpkins per doz 96 cents 137 quart bottles Maple Syrup, 50 cent size, 39 cents 267 large cans Fresh Soups, 40cent goods...34 cents 2,600 iKiunds Best Imported Macaroni, fresh shipment, Just received direct from the , importer, 13 cent goods 11 cents 85 barrels choice Pstent Process Flour $6 60 We are also offering the following ATTRACTIVE SPECIALTIES: Strontia Spring Water. Pure Stearic Acid Carriage Candles in 2 lb. Cartoona. Patent "Fibrine" Vegetable Biscuit (with Beet Boot) for dogs. The only proper food for such animals, es pecially in cities. Home-made Cake, all kinds and sizes, and Boston Brown Bread, fresh every day. Genuine Mandhellng Java Coffee. You will ftcvar know what truly deliclaua coffee Is until you drink a real Genuine Mandhelino. It is universally conceded that our POTATO CHIPS are always the freshest and sweetest by far than any to J be had elsewhere. I ELPHONZO TOOKM COMPANY mh2T ' AM Ninth st. a.w. CITY ITEMS. A Feast of Bargains, At 8. TV. AcoExmnr's, 817, 819 and 821 7th st. n- to-morrow, we nnme the following as a specimen of what we offer: Handsome en graved Tumbler*. 58c, doz.. worth #1; cov ered Vegetable Dishes. 32c.; do*. Clov#r Leaf Pattern Frnit or Ice Cream Saucers. 19c.: Handsome Pictures in Frames. 28c.; Bread Boxes. 27c.; Larger Size. 39c.; Handsome De corated Chamber Set. with Gilt, if 3.88, worth t7; Set of Garden Tools. 13c.; Crumb Brush and Tray. 12c.; Nickeline Dust Pans. Sc.; Milk Pans. 2 qt.. Sc.; 8 qt.. 4c.; 4 qt, 5c.; 5 qt. 6c.; 6_qt., 7c.; Handsome Rattan Carriages. Finely Upholstered, $5.77. a bargain for t'.t; Rattan Carriages. Satin Parasol. Satin and Plush Lin ing, $9.93. a bargain at *16; Rattan or Cane Carriages, lined throughout with Silk Plush. $10.98, worth $18; Large Trunks, from83c. up.; Valises, from 48c. np. 1 Smoke Consols, All Tobacco Cigarette*, Long Havana; no scraps; no drugs: no paper; nothing can compare with Consols Havana Cigarettes. 1 Coffees, Teas and Chocolates. The finest and freshest Coffee to be found. Old Gov't Java, fresh roasted. 33c. lb. Our Mocha and Java at 30c. per lb. is verv fine; "Excelsior," a delightful blended Coffee. 28c. lb., nil fresh roasted and fine. No presents, but the best Coffees for tho monev in Wash ington. Delightful Mixed Tea, 50c. lb.; we quarantee the quality of our 50c. tea to be far superior to that usually sold at 50c. elsewhere. '?Invincible" brand of Flour, the verv finest Minnesota P. P. Flour. $2 \ bbl.; $l'Hbbl.; ono car-load direct from Minneapolis,'Minn., received last week. Elegant table Butter, Canned goods, prime Smoked Meat, 4c. Bring your orders for your monthly supplies. We will save you money on it. 1 M. A P. Metzoer. 417 7th st. n. w. Barry's Tricoplierous fattens the hair where having a tondcncv to fall Out; renews it.l The Leader In Low Prices, New York Variety, 1335-1337 7th st. n.w., will sell to-mor row for 4dc.. Ewers and Basin*. % doz. Decor nted Cups and Saucers, }$ doz. Decorated Plates, covered Sauce Tureens, 1 doz. Dinner Plates, large covered Vegetable Dishes. 1 dos. beautiful Glass Iiishes. Clothes Hampers; 24c. will buv the following: Door Mats, 14 qt. Block tin Dishouns. finest Broom on market, doz. Cuds ana Saucers. "2d's;" large Wood Bowls. Cedar Buckets, large Tea-pots, Berry Bowls, 5? doz. Goblets, 8 bars best Laundry or Kirk's Toilet Soap. 1 dime is our next "drive: Zinc Wash Boards, Wood Buckets, Large Baking Dishes. Large Coffee Pots. Extra Feather Dust ers. Dish Pans. Meat Dishes and Good Brooms; 1 nickle tikes 5 doz. Clothes Pins, good Clothes Line, large Rolling Pin. 2 qt. Sauce Pan or Covered Bucket. Baking Tins. 3 Pie Plates and 100 Marbles. Sale closes at these prices at C p.m. New York Vakiety. 1335-1337 7th st. n.w., Red Front. 1 Palmer's Liquid Bleaching Blue is the original and best. Fold by grocers. Send your mail order to 1806 7th st. n.w. " 2 Cut Prices Still Going On. $4.00 Ladies' hand-made shoes, $2.35. $3.50 Ladies' hand-made Shoes. $2.10, $3.00 Ladies' French Dongola Shoes, $1.90. $2.50 Ladies' French Dongola Shoes. $1.48. Boys' solid $1.00 button and lace. 89 cents. Boys' solid $1.25 button and lace, 98 cents. Boys' solid $1.50 button mid lace, $1.15. Boys' solid $2.00 button and lace, $1.48. Youths' solid $1.00 button and lace, 84 cents. Youths' solid $1.25 button and lace, 98 cents. Youths' solid $1.50 button and lace, $1.20. Childrens' spring heels, 8 to 11, solid 00 ceuts. Children#' spring heels, 10 to 13, solid 60 cents. Childrens' better spring heels, 8 to 11, 70 cents. Misses' shoes at way-down prices. Our trunk department will show for itself. Call early and be convinced. Boston Shoe House, 11. Goldstein, Pbop'r. 912 7th st. n. w. bet. I and K. Hotel Johnsou, Kuropenn. ?A few spring delicacies, such as New York Little Neck clams, crab salad, and deviled crabs, spring chicken, green turtle soup, shad roe, Potomac perch, strawberries, and early vegeta bles; also Lynn Haveu and Norfolk oysters, steamed, single fried. Ac. Lifetime experi ence. Ladies' and gents' cafe. Take the ele vator. Cold Winds, rains, storms and fogs are ex tremely dangerous even to those provided with normal, healthy organs of respiration, and much more so to those of a delicate constitu tion. w ho are more predisposed to be affected by colds and catarrhs. Undoubtedly every one has suffered in consequence of their influences, and no one whose business pursuits necesi tates his being in the open air. no child on its way to school, should fail to protect himself from the consequences of the sudden changes by allowing a Boden Mineral Pastille slowly to melt in his mouth. The effect produced by these pastilles upon the irritated mucous membranes is so decided that they prevent other catarrhal conditions. They are for sale in all first-class drug stores at 50c. a box. General Agency for the United States, Sodex Mineral Springs Co., Limited. 15 Cedar st., New York. 8 Colgate & Co.'s Demulcent Shaving Soap contains ingredients for cooling the skin and softening the beard never before success fully used. tuAf-2w Salvation Oil should be used for all aches and pains, it does its work well. 25 cents. 5 A Piano in good tune and repair is a joy forever, or "vice Versa." Send for V. Becker. 801 9th street northwest. Prices reduced to $1.50?$2 for grands. First-class work. Pianos for rent low. 2 Peerless Dyes Are the best Sold by druggists. m20-3m For Bright, Quick Fire and cheap, clean fuel buy Washington Gas Light Company's Coke. Johnson Brothers, 3m Exclusive Agents. DRY GOODS. New Spring Goods. Just n-i eived another finpment of Sew Sprinff Goods comprising Wool and Silk Henrietta*. French satieens, Scotch Uinghams, W ool combination Suitings and China Silks, also a full line of Linen Sheetings, Pillow Linens, Lfaiua>k Table Cloths and Napkins to match. Table Damasks all grades, Hemstitched Linen Slietts ami Pillow Ca..e?, Damask and Huck Towels, bilk and Lisle Hose in treat vtrlety. f-'O-.im HOPE BRO. k CO., 1328 F st The Sound Of Our First Gun Shall roll and reverberate until ell the people are made acquainted with its message of good news. PRINCE ALBERT SUITS. Black Corkscrew, Btrictly all wool; made well, trimmed well, tit well, look well, wear well and sell well AT $12.25 A SUIT. stand agape! Wonder stricken, paralyzed, as at this Don't it vrtire, EXTRAORDINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. It is only one of the many thousand facts which have made VICTOR E. ADLEK'S 10 per cent clothing house a household word throughout the oountry. 100 pairs boys' pants, long, sixes 13 to 18 years. In clusive. Stylish, strong, sound and serviceable, at VU cents a pair. We have a few children's suits left at f 1 a suit. Also several pairs of children's pants st 15 cents a pair. A broken lot of boys' guita, coats, vests and long pautsat $1.1>0*suit. , THE BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT is full to overflowing with the newest designs, the nobbiest styles, the neatest patterns imaginable or obtainable. To every purchaser of a Boys' or Child's Suit we present the latest creation of puzxledom, PIGS IN CLOVER, Or, HOW TO PEN Pi-.RVEHSE PERAM Bl LATINO PELLETS. Amusing, interesting, and entertaining to old and young. VICTOR E. ADLER' I 10 PER CENT CLOTHING HOUSE. i0 987 and W2U 7th st. n.w.. corner Massachusetts ava. Strictly One Prie*. Open Saturdays until 11 p. m. mh27 \*TE HAVE A FORMAL OPENING OF OUR BOYS' 11 and Children's Clothing next Mod day?continu ing throughout the week. SAKS AND COMPANY. mhgit Spring Shoes. LATEST STYLES FOR MEN, WOMEN, AND CHILDREN. ALL OF THE BEST MAKES. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUB COMPLETE LINE OT MEN'S GENUINE KANGAROO SHOES, BUTTON. LACE. AND COXGKEM. NONE BETTER AT THE PRICE, 85.00. DALTON ft STRICKLAND^ UtlMMAW AMUSEMENTS. T'e GREATS OLDE FOLRES coscerte L AT MT. VERSOS FLACE MEETING HOUSE, Corner !>th and K ?t*.. TUESDAY. APRIL 3.1mw, AT 8 O'CLOCK Time Beater Prof. J H. dum. adniiamon. 25c. Ticket* for sale it pviwlt't. 41* 9th; T. Jarvia, 4'-'6 9th. and W. D. Clark A oo-'a. 811 Market Space, and at the door on evemuar of Concert. mh29-4t* KATE GREEN A WAV ESTERTAISMEST AND TEA tn be iriven by the voof Ladies' colleee Club of the Central M p Chapel. mr 12th and M ?? n.w, FRIDAY EVENING. m akcu 29. 1889. at 8 p M. Admission 25 rent*, including refreshments The following will appear on the pnvnni: juhmF. orqt. ala Towroend. Harriaon ami mattiu*ly. Mes*r*. Whipple. l-"ffl<-r. mcfarlanl and whitaker it j^LBAUGH'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE. evening* at 8. Only Matin*** Saturday. An RICHARD STAHL'b F.r.core Immense After Sv.cceaa COMIC OPERA, Encore. WHY? SAID why? Everybody pasha. The Muaic Say* la no So. ? Charming-. A Mairuiflcent Production. Complete in Every Detail. NEXT WFF.e-MRS. POTTER. IS ANTONY AND cleopatra. SEATS now OS SALE-REGULAR PRICES. niss ? a^bVaVmont.'. tenoc BA,<Vkds mr C. kesdal^kwl; . cooductor. IRELAND. 5gcv7g .-?? ? ^ Sext week-uw_^? ?? w ^e^s7tion al THEATEKnJ N Ever* evtuiut?. w edueau WELL, WHAT ARE WE nERE FOR? DONNELLY and GIRARD. And their own company in natural GAS. The summer aeaaon 98 detrrees in the (hade. THE whistling COOS and the TWO LITTLE LORDS facstleroy. Next Week?"Robert elsmere." Founded on Mrs. Humphrey Warde'a tamom novel. Seats are now on Hale. mh'-s XTRA-SEW NATIONAL THEATER. THE SEW FOUR ACT DRAMA, RRR FEE R r K RRR O b E R T kr L S m E E E. R R F. R R F.F.E r .* ?? nxu* * SLATS OX SALE THCRSDA* fy Production on MONDAY, apitfll 2? ' ,T * MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND mtc&DAT* the well-known player?: Mr. E. H. Vanderfelt, Mikh Dorothy Dorr, Mr. John T. Sullivan, mi**s ktfte shannon, Mr. William Craven, Miss Kate Denin Wilson* mr. C. a Valentine. miss May kobeoii, Mr. W. h. thompson, misms fcua Mortran, E Mr. Henry Holland. Miss Elsie Lane, Mr. J. M. Humphries, Miss Louise Wilcox. iuh27-4t i LOBE THEATER^ Gl Penna. ave., near 11th at. Matinees Tueaday, Wednesday. Friday and Saturday. FIRST-CLASS VARIETIES. Afternoon at 2. N iirht at 8 o'clock. Admission, 10, 20 and 30c. mh25-ct lARRIS' BIJOU theaterr H" Week, Commencing March 25. Usual Matinees?Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. SPECIAL.?Greatest of them all. Season '88-'89 "pete" baker, The world-wide, well-known, versatile comedian, in the richest dressed and most laughable ? luedy, reconstructed by himself, aud entitled THE EMIGRANT. A far betterj'lay than Chris and Lena. Next Week?hoodman BLIND. mhS.VOt ^jongreoaiional CHURCH. TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 2, 18S9. MISS neally STEVENS, The (Jilted youuif AMERICAN PIANIST, Assisted by other talent.to be announced hereafter. Reserved seats 50 and 75 cents: lor sale at John F. Ellis a Co., 93? Pennsylvania avenue. For the convenience of music teachers and students of the oiano, a limited number of students' tickets will be sold at 25 cent* each. The Henry f. Miller Artist Grand Piano will be used uih2i-tap3 MONEY TO LOAN. will iwkn ' ON NORTHWEST CI' c/'lvful'lf erty. < anh in haml. No $2,500 ) B. e. gilre.RT a sil hi ilk BELONGING toacuestto v IvVavW loan on real estate in sums to suit. Laree amounts at 5 per cent. PHILLIPS, LAMAR & 7.ACHRY, Attya -at-Law, mh','9-2t* 1317 f St., Sun btiildiuir. CITY PROP no delay. ? ' a co., Real Estate Loans and insurance. mh27-flt * b2j E st. u.w. Money to loan ? os approved- real estate, in sums to suit, at lowest rates of interest. geo W. LINKINS, mh'-'t-.'tin 19th and H st*. n.w. WfONEY TO LOAN. IN LARGE AND SMALL jJM. soma, on approved real estate security in the Dis trict of Columbia, at lowest rates of interest. r H. T. LEIPoLD, 1300 f st n u . 2d floor front. mh2ti-l m Money-loans on real estate, local or other (food Securities, Army aud Navy Accounts, Commercial Paper, Ac.. Sc. No delay. wm H. DEMPSEY, 1424 New York ave. mh2."j-3m Money to loan on real estate in sums to suit at lowest rates. BEDFORD w WALKER, mh23-3m lOOti E st. Money to loan is sums to suit, at the lowest rates of interest ou irood District real estate. J NO. A. presooit. 141is1- ?t n.w . mh23-lmo keutmt ruiidinjr. Money to loan at five os ap proved Real Estate security. lar^e amounts a specialty. TYLER a rutherford. mh23-lm* 1307 Eat. n.w. R 1..VL ESTATE INVESTMENT SAFE AS it. S. BC?NDS. bla PER CENT, PAYABLE ul'arteelt in SUMS *100 TO il.ooo. em ALL PREMIUM cblaruea <8,500?to LOAN ?,500 5.000 OS REAL ESTATB. 2,tk)0 500 [mh221 THOS. e WAGOAMAS. Money to loan-in laroe and small sums?at 5 and ti per cent. Small cotuimssiona. No delays. GREEN a CCNMNl.HAM, mh22-lm 1405 f ?t. I^NDOWMENT, LIFE AND tontine policies J bouirht at highest cash prices. I>osus neirotiated ui<on same at reasonable terms. Apply to M. h. ACHESON. 130? f st. n.w. nhlt>-3m* 6| frn /uk/k n sums to SUIT. LONG or yifjvjuuu short time; latye amounts at A i?er cent: lowest commissions. l\ D. McKENNEY. 1317 fst. n.w., sunbuildiuir. iul5-lin* Money to loan at 5 per cent, small sums at ti per cent So delay oeo. f GRAHAM. mhl3-lm* 1503 peiitisylvanu ave. Mosey to loas in sums FROM $500 upward, A'i 1be LOWEST RATES OF in1e REST AND COMMISSION ON .. , REAL ESTATE in THIS wstrict. R. O. hol1zmas, mhll Corner loth aud E sta. n.w. Money is hand to loan on good real estate security or collaterals . nominal commis sion. ALBERT e FOX. mhl-lm 920 fat. u.w ONEY-TO LOAN OS REAL ESTATE OR FIRST class security, at lowest rate*of interest. uoOelar where the security xe (food. jltf_ O. C. GREEN. 303 7th ?t n.w. TO LOAX?i25,doo AT 5h per CENT, IS sums to suit, on real estate GWYNS NEWMAN k CO.. fl5-3m Rooms 13 and 15. Atlantic buildinc. ojtey to LOAS ON^ real estate is any _ suiua. OWYNN new M AS k co, tl5-3m Rooms 13 and 15, Atlantic Build inc. M Mosey to loan. lx>we*t rate* of Interest. ADDISON A larcomre. Jal 8-3m* 1304 E st. n. w. Money toixjas on real estate at lowest rates of interest. also on other airyroved Mcuntjr. THOS. G. HENSEY A CO.. liaukera. >14-3m 1:400 1 at. n.w. TO LOAN- ? (90.000 in soma to suit at 5 per cent. $20,000 in iiuua to auit at 6 per cent. Ou real estate security. morttraces and monthly notes secured on real estats bought. beallbrow N A l)07. ja4-3m 1321 Fat. Mosey to loan OS REAL ESTATE security. HILL A JOHNSTON, ja3-nm 150 j Pa. avs. mw. _ "MONEY to LOAN OS APPROVED REAL es d^ jate aocunty-hs SHERMAN a co.. 1407 fat. Mosey to loaw . in euma to suit, at lowest rates on approved real eaute security ht< H, fU\ A BROWN, o20 1427 wnnaylrama ave. OSEY TO LOAS AT LOW EST RATES OF INTEREST OS REAL ESTATE SECURITY. THOU. J. eisher a 00. m.% 1324 F at rn.tr. Moin TO LOAM ON RIAL ESTATE AT eat Rats*. WASH'S DASENHOWER. ap24 socce?or to daneshower a boltlllsft PRINTERS. Fin WORK A SPECIALTY. Ala COUNTRY REAL ESTATE. Only a rrw sour now* mr R> nt in Fall* Church, \t. Ap) ly at mtrr lo JOHN K. ri BHU ft CO. FaUs lliutu, Va. Telephone CulL TOT. II FL>K SALE- .".Oil ACRfr'A. ;-0 Mil ! s I \4a?hil*tou.oa IN tomar . a mamiflitnt:} .-.ji. , is-d rrsm aud trrw?* farm . tT.OilO 4V0 ACRES. adjoiuios llnsto- stati.m. 1*1 V.rv tua Midland K K.. 3ti mile* fr-*u<-itj tli?- best mi it. >?-J tarui in fr*nui? William roaaty . KJ 125 ACRfr-S. On?l> liniri IflfV L nse. ?> r- - v l.oito |?a?'bt ."H>4> si pic try a. 1, mile river front, ad JoinUiir MirtnuU Hall. ?1AOIK8.oi Ptv- kvtlle turap.ke, 4 nil'ee ?asl ut RookvUle. mine lanl well lu.ptvve.1, SA.4IHI 1?K) ACRES. ?|'letul .U> fitted vu lor ; ?> inc. 1] miles frrnn city, on UwBHBr turnpike *4.000. j-j ACRE*. sdjoins statiou on Metropolitan Itratf U. 12-room bouas. Hbe hen:. carrts?re lulu.', i,-., e1 1, II iljd well it water. On* iruit. (.ViUt 1'ju Ai'Rfrs, S luilt from ?tain?.im Vet Rr? ? nnh-s fix u nil. .?-rooin li "i?. torn. fmit; ??.' %M> 33ACUU, < rma Cott??-e. 4-n<vm unst.t ... uaa, mod hern, stmudasce of till* f rutt. ?*??? .1. ,t ???. r. b.?r!i. healthy loaation, 1 nnle tr ui R U eta at Kail* Church. Va.. S lailes ftvtn ? -it* . ?4.1HH 4 ACKEs. iwml with f' i-it. ha>..i~ ?<e Proceu < AH tair-'. bam. ft.'. same i'.'slioti aa st 5 ACRES. 5-ri?>?n House, been v. fu' lawt tr-.i:t. ir <4 water. *? milr from ata. ou W. A 41 K R. '-'o tulles from city, oulv A 1,000. .. .">*? AChtS, 5 r,*>m Hons*. stable. well, prime ?rsr den land. 2H mile* irw. < i.> 'uiirch. ?!.?* i. Store, an?l P.O. adjctuu*. $l.<5u. 8 ACRI S. new Vrv vni Cotrajre. U.irh I- * it.tnl Us-a tK>n, ovnKxiuiti cit.v. 2 ulli* v?t # 1 .< ??**? lSACkk^tlKl 4 ACIUEK. itdjciMi.*- Linden ata u Met. Hr . T niiim br 7th st turnpike. U-sutmu build inn sites. ^ |HT IM-t* _ Mafulfrtst I'.uiida.K* Sit^a??f - to \0 A<? \i r lookitiv thr cit>, 1 to 2 itifcta: t ^''iMito l*r h rf T. U SU'HIKI) A t'<>. l*tt F?*-_ pilik ECNl v l 1M ? 4J) I ? ' N 1 I I Ir? t IS A Room*. lawn an.l ?ara^n. apl?>uUMl ?at- r, 3 mili-a ft.>m city. #*.'0 i*i mouth. fiK kim W'hrvsnix si; ?>M H?im, ?tal>l? truit. ftD? ?-at?-'. (rrau>l\l> * ol . it? ; -W lulWa diatai.t. :> w>r >1, nth FOR KKST 1WLI.VK ACKUt. tt-SOOM H??t>F. Uarn. fcc.; Iruit Pii>>mrt>. to |?a) tlir r?>ut. *.' mi ?? from city t.'Uivr mouth 1XIK KIM 1HK UAN[iS?)MFST M R*? >M ta?r<'. la?n. truit, ct< . of m a> m. 11. >ajl? Chnnhj f? ininutca fr?m atatlrin 1 un.ii-n* >i li> th'. a?iw?>T4. unturtnalw-d liy tU<> y?ar * .0 i>?-r iii>>inl. I H. bVl-HtRD A ?x?.. f.r.'I fat. t. I.'JV- .It yx?lt HIST AT I KIM 4il.fr 1 W I 1A I ... VI Hollar. fumi?iinl A|>rl> *.. I>1. 4'I.VI.K I H. tiaa M to 111 a.m. an<l 4 t>> 7 t in. n. ?> t* V'UK .SAl.fr <?K 111 M AT kr ATTKVIUJ i r tnmm.-? fr> tu *uti. ii. new H-r.>oui fr*.i.> H i - , handaoiiicly fintalir.l. Iatn>la*. flat* lliant*-], A I I 50x150. Fno ?'-,"t?0; eaar ten *, lu^'r t J. 11. BAUiTON, Ktlnrit.. aunitiiitoii. n::>? LV?K iSAl.fr LOTS AT HVATTHX II.l.F_ MI> I.. I S M. nt UirlilanU. MJ l.ot*tr>itii 'a a<n 1 III one minute to live iiiiiiute* troi.i one atatioti . r tiia other, lxit* tr. in #lWO upward. KixxirliUf u? aiae ai.d location. Ka*y ternia. lnoi ir.-11 A BARTLF.TT, tnli-S-St* Director!!, liday land4"o,Fat. H?K SAL1 1VT ACRfr> Nfr AU HI. AN i II \ 11 I r, ou B. and ?>. R. K? 10n tin tr..m \?a?l . a. rea < lear.il. lislauo. in tiuibtr. orduiar) aselliuc, $15 i>? r acr. K0 Acrc? a.l^oitiintr at #20 i* r acr.- .'Ill Acrea ad )oiuin?r at | cr a. re. Kinaller quantities if deairiHl. Tliia ;?a N. 1 . | y r taoity for perauU* doiiif l iiau..-? 111 tl.i?. :tj t -. t coutitry bomea. W. \V. HA1.L. 4*'>tS K nt.a.m mh"i* ..t* I^iK SAl.fr 5(1 A? l:i S IV MILL), 1 KuM A-ll imrton. luilea fruiu b. ai.T 4>. lv. li. '.'i^ . - from li. ana I'. R. K.; nn<d il-rooii. In uw an.l ail n.-c.'H?ar> out-bou*ea. abiitMiai:?-e ot fruii . l.?;.utitui locality. Xo. 1 lor truck or uoultry. ('nly #1 ..r>(Mi Juli-.'H-.'St* H. M UALL. 4..H fr at a. w. 1,V>R HALF.?a LOTH AT ARlitA Il'K UN K AMI K J7 R. R? ."> ai res ea. li. U autuul new of tli? tin uti i iuir country. $100 l*r acre W . \i HAL!.. ?UuiK-at* 45d F at a. w. I";oR sALfr ToTcRLS WELL 1M1 'EOVl.Il I.ASli. irood dW'llinr and outbotiat'a triutt. 4 n.ilea fitnu 4'aj mil, at lMatrict line, uii .'IK of tbM b**t 1 i?la ie?d in* to thia city. *li.(MI0. W ? il M-U wkaj-at* 456 F at. a. w. 1^4lit SAl.fr- AT~A ?.lil AT BARGAIN I AI.Mi'1' X 444 la rva, with ln.vlia.latl la.nk t . U ..hra and hollow ware .lay. immcliately on H. Ail h K, With thouxanda ..I n.rilf. of wood . :i farm ii? ..r h\ . alau Bearcoal l'nce *4,44>4J. .1. M. BlilSTuK, lab-H-'-t* Martuiat.nrir. Weht Va. I^OR MALI 30.UWI U'BEH CUoU'l COAI IMI X limber lAinia4iB and near th' Nn ik ml K.n ern li 1(. i-xteuKiou. Frii*e $K |ier arre, but wtil la <*.'5 I'er acre allot tlie |>rea. i.t o|Hi. ii ruua out Jun. I 4. H. liKlSTlill, Martiiiabuiv. >ie*t A a. li.lrj* VI" V,-4)K SA1.L 4iK REM AT AI 1.4iRA, A\ \A? 4i\ JTtofriof the AlleKhan.ea, a a i.ati t irLi-li-?! 4'. li w , with triaid garden. a iie?iral>l" auuni.er iiuu.e lu a ? ?4 di-Uifiittul inouiitaiu .'Iin.at*-. iihuiiraby rail aiiiiataeti from Waalnnicton. a. llintr enc. $ii,io. ApoH t i>r J4IS. TAMTR JllHNsnN. !<-??! ITtliM tuli-> :tt Fur kent-uocntbv place 4>n hash i s roa<L 1W uiilea Irom llrnftitw >. ..1, 10 acrva. K rwiB houae; trood a|.rll.if. a? Kim j. ] . ,y, No. WVO F at. u.w mli'.'s :it 'a U LEASE ? U4X I'l ! V. ON ?< M llil I \ IAS, , Jl fifteen muiutea' dun- tr<i u Hotindary, with fuini ture reaily ioroccu|>aiiiy . heater. i?n?rc ami liot and ci.lil truter. liaa firalH laai. tiaru and catriaire hoUat a. with cotta?re lor trarilener. eneli.nt | **t umro. alt Complete ..titflt oi larmiii?r lit. naila rail U leaa.^*. won the I'lm-ei two fine AMeruej 4U.wa.JUft fr. ?h, l..r aa.. . For other information aij'ly on tb. i>renu?ea ? r i,? CRANt, I'AKtils ft CO., baukera, EUntt llonae. nib-7-1 ui "OK RfrNT-?12 A MONTH LAR4.fr. Hill SE^ witb l? a ut it HI aroinuia. |>lenty < it ahad. tree- a fine pike milea lrom de|* t. Afl'lj I" Mr^ I.I \ I), Beale Fla<-?-. North Capitol an.l Boutniar}. in,'.it* FVifThALl HIE ACKEs, ?I1H NtA\ Hul si: MS and Stable, near Oaltlierabnrir. five minute, walk from atatiou. at..rean.I |?al-cfl>cc es|ireaa Irani V<1 dreaa uWNfr-K, Star office. i. 1.? 1>OR BALE?BEN^'fToIi EXI HANOI E< >k <111 property, frame ho\i-. s i ? - n.? . t-talii. ..|.?* ?? ra of jiTouud. aituated at Herud. n, \ a., three minute." walk from railroad atatiou. inquire ol A. I'lml Nsfr, Caab hooni. T. S. Treaaury. nih'itfrti. 7vAKEtTT FAHK-VFIiV"UEMIRABL1 Ull > 11 >K *J sale at 'i centt a foot and inward*, ou *?: . .I monthly parnients. tbe only M?tro| .;ian Hrai. u subibrisiou embraciuir Hock ijreek . tbe oidy aaburnaa subdivuion with Macadam'.se'ia\euii.a and i aved If it'" tera l or descriptive circular* and lull mloniiat: u addrefw HENRV N. COEE, Hecrvtarj, 7ot> stbat. u.w mhittfr-Ouyl 1i?OR 8ALE-BAR4iAlN-.fi M'RES LAND AND alx-ri-nu liouae at iia!th< ml'iir. . AK1 . i ..r -? and suitable to cut int.. iota. Only $4.7041 ?> K. HEBTFoHU. 1425^ F at. m'J5-iit OK BEST ? A FINE fr ARM IN ALEXAM'BIA i-ouuty, Va . tb" tarm -t tlie late B.A/1L H AL1. known a* the ? Homeat. al," Hall'a Hill, AleEaudria county, Va . containinK SO acrea. and Ui i rued b) a irotid dwellin#r. Xh?- land la in ?*.?oii i,?.nd:ti..ii and well adapted to tbe Dairy buainean Poaaeeasiun ?rneu at ouoe. Apply to A. W. AUMsTRONia, '.'IS htiur at., Alexandria. V a., ur to \S AL1 Eli HALL, Huii - Mill, Alexandria ci uuty. Va. mb-.*i-lC? VHiK UeNI-AI FoTR-MIU I.t N AKD 1' 1" F uia ritrr, Houai- soveu rooii.a, kit. ben. atal<l< jiid corB-h4iuse. SS acrea <>1 verj" pi'oui lire land -mis ? forirardeuiiiA.', fattuimr aini ilair;. . i*jrs at>| lea ai d |**scli. s, stain ill on larin. Also a Ho.is. at >Aaabiuirt<>u and Ohio Junction, ten room*, stable, well ot (rood wa ter Slid 14 acre* of land . iura stop at both | ia.-. ? Ap ply to THOMAS AA. SVVANN. F. O.. Alexandria. V a. mh'JS-Mt* txmiioDiocai bcildiso and oitonioi suitable lor a hotel, lor reut. A '.dreas A. F. 41 Box 14. mh'-"Mm' B. rrJ\ill., Va. 1~ 'OR SAl.l:~4lR TRAIifr '-?(HI .4' I Mi. land near 4iaiusvill^, Aiat'. lis Co.. fr is ITo a. rv* near Baldwin, Duxull C<i., lis. 1041 acres suien.r iirmiiiK Jaud in Madison coimti. Alia. S4I a< i>? in Dent lo.. Mo., on railroad ami ti. ar t.-wn Farms m A inriuia aud Maryland. mntaituuK' fr iu I'll t. H.laiii ?cres, will exchanire for en. i.inhered propi-rty ia Masbiuirtou city or^District of i ..luiubis THOMAS A ill H HKLL. tnh-0-1 m ii-i4 I St., il.inlii 4. 1.-*OK HALE ? WE HAVE sLA EBAL HoFSES 1* . Usithersiiunr. Md , from H to aoren, l antniur ut pncus$l.sini to 43.O4I0 , ais, arieral <n r.1.1- 1 ami in that vicinity ; one of ai'rea, eouilortabie liweli in?f. fruits ot all kinda. runniinf water ti.ni.tfb pls. e; land very rich. AVe have tor sale a crest many small and lanrc pla.'M ou the Metrui>olitau branch, w bleb we can sell at rea sonable prices. A F. HILL c 4'0., lii.TS 1 ?t. mlil hH>R SALE LOTS AT FnltlM UU X MD THK most Ksutituj location lor a home out-.d. AS vli iuKUm; only ~ V1*, and 3c. per loot, J R. HER 1 - F4iRi>, H'jitli FSt. nihlO-.'ttu SALl'.-'-'.'.i i CHOICE SELECT I Ns i t)f ' fr ARMS AND SMALL Cot N'TRY HoMEKn n inwliate vicinity of \A asliituri..u , finely adapted t j FARMING, ThL't KINo. DAlKVlNi,. .,r 1 ill IT GhOVilNG. Call or send tor new bulieuu Just lasu.-d. llih 14 -1 m T.JI. SYEHE1.D ft l 41., iXi\ 1 st. F I*JR 8ALfr;-TH4.ISE MAONIFK F.NT VII 1.4 'SITES OF 1 To U Ai EEs. >N KosM.i N HEIUH1S, NoRl H OF ARLING'l ON, AlSKfr As | . >f AND OVERLOOKING THE ENTIRE 4'11\, si It FASSlNuALL OTHER Sl'Bllol NDlNl.s tHIE C'lTV 14IB HfcALTHfr IL.NE-S, SIGH i MNEsS AND CHEAPNESS; 3 TOO CENTS PER 1 04>1 T . H. bk'PHEUD A I H? _mbl4-lm 13X1 Fst. cEVEN-ROOM DWELLING ON R. K AA'ENl E AT kTllyattsville, one uitninc walk trim sialion. $l,sinii ais. country farms. Aildresa MARION l'l i hfr.1T, Attorney-at-Lsw, BiadensL irif, Md. iiih'-'.'iuo* I^OB SALE?ON METROPOLITAN BRAN4 H. B ft O., farms, improved and unimproved, ii n r.- lo fKH). Lots, cottaires, and 4-ountry botues. COOkfr. D. LL'CKETT, ii35> st. n. w, llih 1 -lm* Fasct Silks, 3714. 40, 45. 50r. HENRIETTA CLOTH SCITING. el?*aut dress po.jd% Ui new Siiniw Shades, nearly yard and a ball w Ilia, all pure fine \V ool, ofily 50c. BLACK 81 RAH 811.KS. 'HI, 02. 75c. HEAA V OhOS GR.AJN BLACK sll.K. $1 LONSDALE CAMBRIC, very finest uuanty, 10c. FRUIT OF THE LOOM, cotton yard wide. 8*c. 11'.ICO CLOT H. dress Ko.sJa, pure AA ool, with uoubl* fold. Si rlntf Shades; only 355c. COLORED BILK PLL8BE8 and MOLIE S11.K8. LADIES' BBOADCLOTU. yard aud a hall wuia, aU pure tine Viool, casli bsiyain. <5c. Tt'RKEV RED TABLE DAMASK. '_?5c. PLAID Ml SLIN, in the newest styles. 5c. Dol'BLE AAHl'lE AAOaiL BLANK! IS, $1 25. Dol BLE WH11K AMjoL BLANKETS, li inr?a ?lie, $3 B<-autiful SATTEENS, French styles. 15c. HEN RI ETTA CA8HME1. Es.ext t4 wideaoiilde width all pure nna wool, beauUlul sjiin* Shades, ouif 45c. NO CBF.DIT, bat the very lowest prices for Caah. CAKTERS. Til MARK El SPACE. Next door to the Boston A sriety Store, TALFABLE PRESEN1S FOB 4 AbH CI STOMER4 Select one of the lollos in# ( resents wnih a pure has* cf $5. A I'airot larire siae ?ne Dsaiisak Towms, sortn 75c. A ball Doicti fine Damau Napkiua, wortb 75c^ or a pair ut bilk KmUoidercU likiteHlum Uimls, worth 7 5c. Select one at tbe following preaeuU with a purchase of 410or more: A larrc-sue HaMlsotue Bridal i/tult. worth $ 1.50; s Dozen Fine laauask Na^aina. worth $1.50: or Two Pairs 4H lanre sue. hit* Dan ssft Toweia. worth $1.50. mhiO J^KCNKENNESS. OK THE Uyl UR HABIT. PoaltiTwly Cored by admlalsterina Dr. Hainss' GOLDEN SPECIFIC. It or be riven In a cup at coffee or tea or la articles of food witboat tbe knowlrdrr of tbe patient. It is ab solutely harmless, ami will eflect a permanent and speedy core, whether tbe patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wrack. IT NEAEK FAIL* Over ? 100,000 drunkards have been made iuuimnto men who have taken Gulfeii Specitc Is tbsAr coffee wit bout their kaowledc*. aud to-day believe they unit dnnk lor of their own free wilL 4b pace booft of i?rtacolaM ^ 8. F. WAKE, under Ebbitt 1 a. E. HELFHENhTINL. 14th at. and Vt eve. mhll-eol4Qt f| ^^KLLC^OID TRt'WB^ and uaa be worn whOs bothuic. lilac sale at ? ?-W. .