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The Weather. For the Dintrit t of Columbia, New Jer sey. Eastern Peuf^lrnit, Delaware. Mary land. and Virginia. fair; slightly cooler, fol lowed Sunday by warmer; variable wind*. A Cold Wave Coming. A bulletin from the office of the chief signal officer this morning u^as follows: Hoist cold ware signal flag; l-mjn rature will fall to 30 degree* by 8 a.tu. March 3L" Jtur* L?NsBrR<?n. 315 7th street, will sell on Monday morning, at hit store, all thr effect* lately contained in the new Maltby house and furnished bv him four weeks ago. The sale will comprise 225 antique oak bed snites, box mattresses, clears, huir mattresses, pillows, bolster*, sheet*, blankets, pillow cases. Mar seilles spreads, towels, tray covers, napkins, doylies, and a great many other articles too numerous to mention. Each and everv article is new. and as good as when placed in the hon*<- four weeks ago. Special low prices have been put on everything, owing to our removal to the new buildm?. corner 13th and F. in a very short time. We are compelled to disposed of the above goods rapidly. The Brightest Teeth radiate from the polished teeth, so easily caused by the ideal felt tooth polisher. Solid Oah Chamber SrtT. eight pieces, with bevel glass, woven-wire spring, two pillows and cotton top mattress, .ill for ???'!?? cash. Bed comforts, weight 5 pounds. 35c, Woven-wire bed spring. $3. Baby carriages from 85 to 840. Ice chests aud refrigerators from $2.75 to 450. 50-potiud hair mattress. $8. Bargains in every dt partment. at Sinoleton A Fletcher's. Corsets Fitted. M. C. Whelas. 1205 F st. Beai> This.? A new show at Johnson Mu seum. 9th st. between E and F, every week. Next week big llattie Bowen. largest white wo man living, weight 715: and Kubo, the man who dances on broken glass bare-footed, and a living head without a body, and the tallest boy living, and MacKelfee. the great glass, tack and Hail eater, and new show out and out on the stage Adunsrion only 10 cents, children 5 cents; seats free all part of the house. Pcki Casdi 25 cts. Mao ill's. 525 11th n. w. Niw Lot of Foreign Braiding Pattern* for ?tamping spring dr? s.?es. P-rsian designs for llose bowls. Special patterns us stamped Table Linens. PafLiNt H. Kfi.ii. SM F st. n. w. If Vol Are Thin kino of buying a new piano, or exchanging your old one. come and talk with us. Best pianos, best terms, best induce ments. The 1'iano Exchange, the Leading Piano House?new ware-rooms?'.>13 Pa. ave. Nurses" Caps, in all styles, 1205 F st. Stop at The Temple l>rng Store, corner F and 9th streets, and get a bottle of Williams' Sarsapanlla; 100 doses for 50 cents. Special Sale. -Call and see our 83.65. ?5.75. and $6.25 Orinoke Curtains. Best bargains ever offered. W. H. Hocohtox A Co., 12t> and 1220 F st. Johnson's Mvskvm is the place to take your children. It is first clans and cheap, and a wondeifuLshow for 10c. Children, 5c. Seats free, j Harrison Inauguration March. 10c.; Jennie ! our darling and waltz song 17c.; photographs of Mrs. Potter. Mary Anderson nnd others, 10c. J. [ L. Vkmi'i Ipii 8tqm. W F at n.w. See Mme. ltolir's advertisement on -1th page, j Ik Yor Dfsiri to l>e strong and healthy ! tii' ma r take Williams' Sarsapar- ! ilia; 100 iltM i for 50 cents. Bio Sale at Julius Lin.-bnrgh's store on ! Monday, of the effects of the Malthr house, j consisting of bedroom suites, table and bed ! ware. 1 See the glass, tack and nr.il eaters at Johx bon's Museini. The act is wonderful. The Best Sah*aparilla for the blood is Williams'; 100 do.-es fur uO cents. Bfavtifvl I'iuioht I'ianos, S10 monthly paymi nt.-.. Tin Piano Exchange, the Leading Piano House. 013 1'a. ave. Aprons, in all styles. 1205 F st. A Positive Crr.c for billiousness. headache, rheumatism. ami pains in the back, is William*' Sarsaparilla; 100 do?es lor 50 cents. Bememhek Julius Lansburgh'* sale, 315 7th, on Monday, of bedroom suites, linenj, sheets, blankets and spreads. Greatest Saow on Earth. Johnson's Museum. Fainiti. Teet are relieved instantly by a call on l>r. Georges. 1115 l'cunsylvauia avenue northwest. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. Important?A number of slightl.v-nsed Pianos and organs in j>< rfect order for sale on 85 pay m-nts. Call and secu e a bargain. F. G. Smith. 1225 Pa. are. Something that pays better thau Washington rtal estate. A bottle of Pace's Sarsaparilla tak? n now will save your health in the summer, tie to Mertz's Dkio Store and purchase a botde; It is a good investment. LioHTM.no lluoi repaired, speaking tubes. J. 11. K. I>own at Last. WatcUes cleaned. $1: main spring in S.W.. ?1.; key-winder, 75c. Bepair ing in proportion. All work guaranteed. R. C. Hines A Co.. 52S 9th st. n.w. Sprino Styles. Men's Felt Derby*. 81.50and $2. extra value. A. T. Lewis. 435 7th street. Fnsnx'a Cake. 1125 N.\. avenue, the cheap est aud most genteel dining-room in the city. Fin set's cVmpovnd Strip of Bithc positive cure for all diseases of the kidneys, bladder, aj.d urinary organs. 7th and I sts. n.w. 1"*e Bex FrRNiTfh* Polish?Sold bv P. Han son Km M I . i sl5 l.'.tli n.w.. al?o druggists. Bit Voi r Coal. Coke and Wood from Joiin scn Brothers, the leading hriu in the .Dis trict. To Hol SEkEEPER* that want to buy Furniture. Carpet*. Oil-Cloths. Mattings, limn. Ac. Go to the largest instal ment house in the city. Special inducements to cash buyers, at J. G. Slaters. ^ln ;.nd 312 1'enn. ave s. t.. Capitol HilL ? ? ? An Easy Way to keep well during the warm months is to take a bottle of Pago'a Sarsaparilla m the spring. It will purify the blood and keep up a healthy circulation. St\o One Cent postage to "Domestic" Sew ing Machine Office. 7th and 11. for new Do Spring Fashion Catalogue illustrating over 1.50O newest style*. Mhe. M. Nulson. Corsetiere. formerly of N?w York, 'ol 1 l!ih *t., near F. Bathing. Swim ming. and Biding Corset* made to order. Lowe*t Price Pillow ever offered, size 18x30 for 20c. each; 10-4 Orav Blankets 81.25 per pair, former price. 81.85; Wire Cot*. $1.40 each; Chairs used one day now sold at 20c. ??ach. You should see our dollar and dollar and twruty-flve etnt chairs, fully 50 per cent less than their real value at W. H. Hocghton A Co.'*. 1219 and 1220 F street. Liohtsino lions, electric work. Kveblino's, 1212 l'a. ave. Alchinicm Specks and eveglasse*. Don't rast or tarnish: lightest aud strongest metal known. B. C. Hines A Co.. 52* Sth st. n.w.. Under St. Cload building. Krisihger's Ice Cream. 235 O street. Three i* nothing "peculiar" about Page'* Sarsaparilla. It is an extract of well-known vegetable alteratives sklUlully prepared lu a palatable form for the cure of blood diseases. Pimples, blotches, blackheads, eruptions disap pear after its use. Mertz's Drco Store, 1014 F street. 10 Lb*. Fresh Beef. I-Oc.; 10 Iba. corned beef. 50c., at New York Market, 3d and lnd. ave. a. w. THROVOH THE i LLE1HOS*. 'Hello!" "Hello, there!" ??Is this the doctor?" "Ye*, what do vou want." "I've got a bad attack of dyspepsia. What ?bail 1 do for it." "Get a bottle of Cook'* Balm of Life. It's the best remedy for dyspepsia 1 know of and will'cure you at once." Drive Sale This Week. $1.20 Smyrna Mats, best quality for 95c. $3 Smyrna Bugs, best quality, $1.'J5. 84 Smyrna Bugs, best quality, *2.'J5. $5.50 tSiuyrna Bngs. best quality. $3.96. Scriin 5c. yard; Pongee Drapery 15c. yard. A lot of remiuuits o! best Ingrain Carpets, 40c. yard. Solid Oak Chamber Suite. 8 piece* for $29.50. Matungs. Baby Carnages and the Leonard Bafrigeraturs at bottom price*. W. H. Hour. 801 Market Space. Ir Yoc W'ocld like to hare a fair, clear com plexion take Page'* boraaparilla. It will quickly remove ail impurities from the blood. For sale at Muiz's Drug Store, 1014 ? street CITY AND^DISTRICT. amusement^to-nioht. National.?"Natural Gaa." Albai'ob s.?"Said 1'iwtui." K ebn an's. ?T ariety. Habbis'.?"The Emigrant." Globe.?Variety. CONDENSED LOTAM, At a meeting of the Single Tax league held last evening addresses were made bv Messrs. I roMman. Hemingway, and Da via. Arrange roona *ere ma<le for opening a free reading A dead female colored infant was found on Jot between 2<1. 3d. H and I street* southwest, yesterday afternoon. It appeared to be about dTatS?n ?i(^' "nC' aPParent'.v starved to Nic holas Sexton, employed at the B. and P. ireight yard and shops on New Jersey avenue, fell from a freight car yesterday. and was badlv injured. He was attended bv Dr. Bowman, an'l taken to his home. 4i6 6th street southwest. fohn McCullough, a bov of sixteen vears, ,,v'"g in Hughes' alley, (between 25th. 26th, I ana K streets northwest.) fell from a lumber wagon on New York avenue, between 2d and 3d injuxedfe*terd*"V' and wl""uuover slightly Prize Essays and Debates. SUBJECTS IPON WHICH THE -STUDENTS AT OEOROX town WILL writ* and steak. The subjects of the various prize essays open to the students of Georgetown university have been announced as follows: tor the Philodemic prize essay. "The Atti tude of LongMlow toward Catholicity, as Re vealed in his Poetical and Prose Works;" for the Mercier prize oration. "The Character of Wolfe and Montcalm;" for the Morris historical prize essay. "The Norsemen in America." The Mercier prize is a medal, the gift of the Hon. Jlonore Mercier. lately prime minister to j-anaua Mr. Mercier, upon a visit to the col ege last year, donated the medal in commemo ration of the centenary of the college. Mr. lalmadge A. Lambert, of this citr, has given a prize of *100 for the best essav'on Christian addition to these prizes there is the Toner Scientific medal, given to the stu dent Who presents the best collection of speci mens in some branch of uatnml science, the specimens to be collected, determined and ar ranged by the student presenting them. fhe subject of the Merrick debate is- "Ke tolcra, That the action of the Senate in refus ing to ratify the treaty with Great Britian con cerning the Canadian fisheries be approved." ilie speakers chosen to represent the societv in the public debate are 'ihos. B. Lantrv,'?!). New lork; Dan. J. Geary, '89, Pennsylvania- Jas ? nt, 89J Xova Scotia; John V. Dahlgren, T?'J. Maryland. The subject of the prize debate of the Philo nomosisn society is: "ftsofred, That the Blair educational bill is unconstitutional." The speakers chosen for the debate are C. Manning I omhs. '.<2. Maryland; Samuel J. Boldrick. '92. Kentucky'; Robert ODriscoll. '92, Texas; Guv Laiooni, 1)3, Kentucky. Golden Cross Notes. The regular meeting of Columbia Com mandery. No. 374, United Order of the Golden I ross. was well attended, several visitors being present from other commanderies. Eight can ilidates received the degrees of the order. | Deputy Grand Commander Patten in the chair They were Dr. W. W. Allegrr. Frank P. Mor gan. J. H. Hendricks. E. K. Merrv. Mrs E S Alleger. Mrs. A. S. Denver, Mrs. M. E. Shot well. and Mrs. A. G. Fuller. Meridian Comma ndery, No. 178, at its last regular meeting, had a large attendance. Four candidates were initiated into the order. Mr ErastuaC. Johnston, Mr. D. W. Houghton. Mrs. A. M. Johnston, and Miss Mamie Chanev Lady Adelaide Payne, a member of Casco Bay l omm.'.ndery. of Portland. Me., was a visito'r *' .ueriuian Commaiidery at its last meeting. Srr-DEN Death or Dn. Gro. A. White.-Dr. ??- " "?te. the chiropodist, died suddenly yesterday afternoon at his office. 1416 Pennsyl vania avenue, of apoplexy. During the day he was apparently in his usttal health. In the af ternoon his son. who was associated with him professionally, left the office, and upon return ing about 3 o clock found his father lving un Louscjons on the floor. A physician was sum moned but when he arrived life was extinct. J ? y hite had suffered for some time with a heart trouble. He was fifty-five years old. and was well known in this city, having been en gaged in practice here for many years. The funeral will take place Stindav afternoon, and the remains will be iuried in tlie Congressional cemetery. The Fire at Ltsch's Brick-Yard.?Fire last night, abont 8 o'clock, at Lvnch's brick yard. near Terra Cotta (beyond the fire limits), destroyed a number of sheds and other struc tures connected with the works. The loss is estimated at abont *10.000. fully covered bv in surance. Superintendent Alvev. of the Balti more and Chio railroad, went out to the fire on i>ne o. the shifting engines and removed some freigut cars that were hi danger of being con sumed by the flames. It was supposed that the lire started in the engine room. Tn? BECHAPiTEs.-Naomi Tert No. 3. Ladies' Branch Independent Order of ltechabites. held a largely-attended meeting last evening fwo candidates were initiated, after which there were re-marks by Clarence Mills. JolinF. Poates James B. I'ursell. Edward Mahonev. and Bew Eaton, of Eagle Tent No. 2; readings bv Miss Birdie King Miss Maggie Carter. Miss" F.ula King. Miss Kosa Poates. and Miss Maud Pur sell. and songs by Mr. L. Main. T"E Philosophical Society^ the meeting of the I hilosophical societv at the Cosmos club this evening communications are expected as follows: Mr. B. S. Woodward. "Some of the mechanical conditions of the earth's mass:" Mr J. El freth \\atkin*. -The origin of the railway systems of England and America, and the causes of the differences;" Mr. W. J. McGee "J he evolution of serials published byscien' tibc societies." ,/ *r,ALf FoR ,WA8n??TOK,?A dispatch from Atlantic city Inst night savs. A whale be came stranded on the beach near Chelsea, late Ihursdav afternoon, and wascaptured by the crew of the government life-saving station. No. k J r o?J.eet ln knRlh UI>J estimated to weigh from 3.000 to 4.000 pounds. It will probably be sent to Washington in a few days. Where to Borrow Monet ox Real Estate. - Peop.e who are purchasing or paving for prop erty. or have mortgages ts pay ofr. should en Xv'tiL'v and "^vantages furnished by the Equitable Cooperative building associa tion. Money is advanced by it in sums of jlOO upward. Seven years and three mouths is given to return the principal and interest in monthly installments. Payments can be made of large or small amounts, or a settlement made in full at any time, and interest is only charged for the time money is held. Borrow' ers are extended every facility and encourage ment to return advances and pay for their property as rapidly and as soon as possible. Heavy expenses are avoided. Over C900.000.00 are now advanced to the members. For fur ther information apply to the secretary, Jno. Joy Edson, Equitable building, 1003 F street. Two Fine New Steamships.?The Hamburg American btea-iship company is looking for ward to increased traffic this summer, when the two new steamships of the line, the Augusta N ictona and the Columbia, will be in service It is claimed for these vessels that they are practically u.-ismkable, their great feature be ing a longitudinal bulkhead, running from stem to stern, which divides the ship, each side being provided with a separate set of machin ery, boilers, shafts, and screws, and that there '?r.e.*n accident to one side of the ship would not in any way affect the other. Ost or the Finest Properties n* the Citv for snbdivision or business, is to be sold at auction on Tuesday. April 2. 'at 5 "clock. S?t it situated on the corner of M and 1st streets northeast, fronting 120 on M and lVon 1 * with railroad siding, brick office, shedding' ft *ii \WT the UBW d*Pot of the B. and ? Ik. lt..aud also near the Electric railway the advertisement elsewhere. V Take 31 and Ohio fob New York.?Fist express trains. Average time quicker than any other. No transfers Pull man s parlor cars on all day tram. and PuJ . man s sleepers on night trains. Double track Steel rails. Fwe equipment. Polite trainmen E% erything first-class. For time of trains see Baltimore and Ohio time Uble, this paper. ? Three Hcndred and Ninety Sttdents have been admitted to the Spencerian Busine? college since the first of September and two hundred and fony are in daily attendance. This is the largest enrollment in this popular institution in twenty years, and indices a promising business outlook in this com munity. + ~ J?fpti*TA*T Balk or Japaxesx Porcelains. ?Mr. Dow ling has just received and has now on exhibition a very large and wsll-selected collection of Japanese porcelains, embracing many fine specimens of Satsoma and other rare objects, both modern and antique, the whole forming a very brilliant and attractive collec tion. They will be on view up to the hour of ?ale. which will be begun Wednesday, April S. at Jir. bowling s art-rooms, 11th street and FttWMjlwuiiM artuue. 0 COMING AMUSEMENTS. ?MB* Hoes*.-The production of Shakespeare s "Anthony and Cleopatra" at this house neit week will be an important and interesting dramatic eTent. It wilT be the lirst opportunity in many years offorded Washing tonpeople to see the tragedy, and the com pletene* of the mounting, which ia said to be historic accuracy and artistic oeauty, win make the production worthy of MPor Republic interest in ? as 14 beautiful woman and an actress there can be no question, and it has been greatly enhanced by the fame of her his trionic efforts and startling costumes in the role .I.1*,' "- _ However opinions may differ as to the yaJue of Mrs. Potter s histrionic work in the role of the Egyptian queen, her courage in undertaking so arduous a task cannot fail to win admiration. Mr. Kyrle Bellew will appear rn the role of Anthony, in which he has won much critical commendation. The advance in 1t Bea^8 indicates a prosperous engage National.?''Robert Elsmere." a dramatiza tion of Mrs. arde's novel, will be presented .Wee P'Ry saia to be dignified in character, yet tile adaptor has shown his good judgment in relieving the story from dull ness in dramatic for? by introducing a per fectly consistent comedy element. a ik J,,rDWI? 8 Concert or Jiush Mcsrc at Albaugh s opera house to-morrow evening promises to be a highly interesting affair. Of f,U(*w'S little need be said, as the power ana beauty of his voice and thoroughness of Ins artistic training are already familiar here tnrough his repeated appearances with the American and National Opera companies. The ? mem be rs of the concert company are Mia to be worthy associates of the leader. Among the numbers on the program are In grnm a "Memory of the Dead," "Tho Boys of \Vexford." "The Croppy Boy," "Wearing of the Green," and "God Save Ireland," all to be sung by Ludwig; "What Would You Do, LoveV" "Meeting of the Waters," and "Cruiskeen Lawn, a quintette. sI.eve>s Recital?-The piano re cital by Mum Neally Stevens at Congregational church on Tuesday evening is looked forward to with anticipations of pleasure by musical peopie, who have had their interest aroused by the warm indorsements with which Miss Ste vens comes here. Seats are on sale at Ellis'. Choral Society May Festivai Tho Choral society to-day makes its lirst announcement of the series of concerts to be given next Mav. The concerts will consist of a public rehearsal, two symphony concerts, and the cantata. "The Spectre s Bride." composed for the Birmins- j ham festival of lH85by the celebrated Bohemian composer, Antonin Dvorak. The Boston Sym phony orchestra, sixty-strong, will be the L-reat attraction. This line organization starts on a western tour the last of April and will close their season here. Mr. Gericke closes his five years of service as conductor with this season, bo his last appearances in America will be here, liie Ji?t of soloists is not yet complete, but among those already announced are Mme Teresa Carreno, pianist; .Mr. Geo. J. Parker, of Boston, tenor, and Dr. B. M. Hopkinson, of Ixiltiniore. baritone. The last two have been heard here in Choral society concerts. A so prano remains to be engaged, and negotiations are pending with a prominent artist and a defi nite announcement can be made in a few days ' Instrumental soloists will be taken from the ranks oi the orchestra. The chorus has been enlarged tor the occasion and will number nearly two hundred. The Choral society will set aside the proceeds of the season to form a nucleus of a music hall fund. The season tickets have been placed at a very reasonable ligure, ami a large attendance will assure a good amount tor this purpose. Harris* Bijoc Tiieatkr.?'-Hoodman Blind," with the scenery used iti the original American production at Wallack's theater, will be given nt the Bijou next week. The play is a good one of its class and has taken well' on its pre |r,0~ bere. The company which will pre sent the play at the Bijou next week is said to be a capable one. Keshan's Theater.?Lilly Clay's Colossal gaiety company will play a return engagement at Kernan s next week, appearing in the suc cess. ul burlesque of "Robinson Crusoe " Globe Theater.-Sheridan A Flvnn's all-j U, r company of variety performers will furnish the entertainment at the Globe theater next week. Now Is The Time To purify ,-our blood and fortify yonr system against debUitatiuif effects of spring weather. At no other season is the bitter taste in the mouth more promi nent, the breath so offensive, the drowsy dizziness so frequent, or that extrAie tired feeling- ?o prevalent. Hood s Sarsaparilla is Just the medicine to buildup the system, purify the blood, care biliousness and head sche, overcome that tired feeling and create a good ao petite. ? HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA Is carefully prepared from Sarsaparilla, Dandelion, .Mandrake, Dock, Pipaissewa, Juniper Berries and other well-known and valuable vegetable remedies, by a pe culiar combination, proportion and process, giving to Hood's .Sarsaparilla curative power not possessed by other medicines. "I had boila sll over my neck and back, troubling me so much that I could not turn my head around, nor stoop over. Hood's Sarsaparilla cured me in two weeks I think it is the best blood purifier." DAMEL HEAD, Kansas City, Mo. THE BEST BLOOD PCRIFIEB. "I have taken three bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla and consider it the be,t blood medicine I have ever taken, ^t builds me up, makes me sleep better, gives me a food appetite and improves my health generally V T> M,KS A- K LKIGHTON. Portland. Me. .V B. If you decide to take Hood's Sarsaparilla do not be induced to buy any other. HOOD'S SARSAPAHILLA Sold by all druggists. 81: aix for $5. Prepared only by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. 2 100 DOSES ONE DOLLAR. Burchells Family Tea, (Spring Leaf), at 50 cents a pound. It ia now used in the drawing-rooms of the most fastldioua. Compare it WITH YOUR DOLLAR TEA and you will use thia thereafter. N. W. Bt ltCHELI. mh-'W-Vt 1385 F at Established 1844. ANDREW J. JOYCE, TOR SPRING AND SUMMER USE Vlctoriaa, Cabriolets, Mail Phaetons. Ladles' Driving Phaetons, Carta, Spiders, Buckboards. Surreys, Road Wagons. Family Carriage, and Business Vehicles. w. are making a specialty this season of Vic toria- We have a large stock and a great va riety of atylea. It will be to your adrantage to Inspect oar ?tock before purchasing. Our prices for the quality are ss tow ss any. where in the United States. ?nhl*-lm Grand Spring Opening, ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY. APRIL 1ST AND 3D, Of IMPORTED MILLINERY, ftom the leading houses of Paris and U ja, those of our own design. MRS. M. 3, nVUT. isi* i Sit. S.w SnhT?-*> WUELE OOMBlNATiOS. CITY ITEMS. Fine Old Rye Whisky. Pare, unadulterated and thoroughly matured | by age. S2.50 per gallon. 75c. large bottle; also, the tiuest line of cigars to delect from, "Soboroso." "I-a Altoona."' ''Latest Craie" and "Opera Bonquet" are brand* of fic. cigar* not equaled anywhere else. Open this evening. M. A P. Metzoer. 1 " 417 7th it. n.w. Smoke Consols Long Hnvann Tobacco Cigarettes. No scraps. No drugs. No objec- | tion to Consols Havana Cigarettes. 1 Good Sewing Machines, $6, 88, $10, SI j, to make room. All fully warranted. At ArEnrACH's. 7th and H. Sole Agent for the Light Running Domestic. 1 Bargain* in Sewing Machines. Singer machines. $6. Howe drop-leaf and drawers. $7.50. Domestic drop-loaf and drawers. $12. W. and N., No. 8. leaf and drawers, *11. Singer Oscilator, drawers and leaf, $15. All warranted, with latest attachments, at Opi-enheimer's, 511 9th st. n.w. 1 Morgan, 933~D St. N. W., will, on and after Monday, April 1. give you the best 15c. Lunch you ever had. Drop m Mon day and try it?il :30 to 1. His regular meals after this date will be 35c. Breaklast. 6:30 to 10; Dinner 4 to 6. 1 Given Away. New "Domestic" Fashion Catalogue for spring, illustrating over 1.500 newest styles. At ??Domestic" Sewing Machine office, 7th and H. C. Auekbach, Sole Agent. 1 Coffee, Coffee, Coffee. Do not forget to purchase a pound or two of ] our tine Coffee this evening and have a luxury for breakfast. Store open 10:30 p. in. to-uight. M. & 1>. Metzoer, 1 417 7th st. n.w. Bazar Dressmaker, illustrating all latest styles lor ladies and children, including two colored plates, 20c.; by mail 25c., at Oppes hemeb's. 514 9th st. n.w. 1 Sewing Machines For Rent at the Domestic office, cor. 7th and H. 1 Johnson's Restaurant, 9th and E Sts. For the best Oysters, Potomac Shad, Shad Roe. Spring Chickens, Lobster Salad, Lamb Chops, and every delicacy in season give Frank Johnson a call; you will "be pleased. 1 Rosa Bonheur's famous $15,000 painting of horses reproduced by an etching on the "Domestic" Sewing Machine. Lovers of fine art invited to inspect. At "Domestic" Office, 7th and H. <4 Auerbach, sole agent. 1 Cut Prices Still Going On. $4.00 Ladies' hand-made shoes. $2 35. $3.50 Ladies' hand-made Shoes. $2.10. !r3.00 Ladies' French Dongola Shoes, el.90. 4-2.50 Ladies' French Dongola Shoes, SI.48. Boys' solid $1.00 button and lace, 89 cents. Boys' solid $1.25 button and lace, 98 cents. Boys' solid $1.50 button and lace. $1.15. Boys' solid $2.00 button and lace, $1.48. Youths' solid $1.00 button and lftce, 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 50 cents. Children#' spring heels, 10 to 13, solid CO cents. Childrens' better spring heels, 8 to 11, 70 cents. Misses' shoes at wav-down prices. Our trunk department will show lor itself. Call early and be convinced. Boston Shoe Horse, H. Goldstein. Pbop'b, 912 7th st. n. w. bet. I and K. Palmer'* Liquid Bleaching Bine is the original and best, sold by grocers. Send your mail order to 1800 7th st. n.w. 2 Peerless Dyes Are the best. Sold bv druggist i. m20-3m It is Safe to affirm that there is no known specific that can be compared with Dr. Henley s Celery, Beef and Iron for the treatment of ner vous diseases. Sold by all druggists. 9 Phillips' Digestible Cocoa, An efficacious drink for the nervous and dys- ! peptic. 5eo Catarrh Cured.?A clergyman, after years of suffering from that loathsome disease. Ca tarrh, and vainly trying every known remedy, at last found a recipe which completely cured J and saved him from death. Any sufferer from this dreadful disease sending a self-addressed stamped envelope to Prof. J. A. Lawrer.ce, 88 Warren st.. New York city, will receive the re cipe free of charge. " oc20-s26t In 1850 "flrotcn's Bronchial Trocftrs" were introduced, and their success as a cure for Colds, Coughs, Asthma and Bronchitis has been unparalleled. eo3&k $3 Per Gallon, 75c. Quart Bottle, No. 1 Rye Whisky, best in the world for the money. Orders by mail. Lynch's. 9th near D st. eAw In Confidence:?The best physician in the world for coughs?Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. 6 For Bright, Quick Fire and cheap, clean fuel buy Washington Gas Light Company a Coke. Johnson Bbothebs, 3m Exclusive Agents. NEW PUBLICATIONS. D. Al'PLETON & CO. Have Just Published: L A MANUAL OF INSTRUCTION' IX THE PRINCI PLES OF PROMPT AID TO THE INJURED. Designed for Military and Civil Use. By Alvah H. Doty, M. D.. Ma lor and Surireou, Niuth Regiment, N. O. 8. N. V.; Attending Surgeon to Bellevue Hospital Dispensary. With 90 Illustrations. 12uio,cloth,$1.25. This book is intended to impart the knowledge neces- j sary for the prompt and intelligent care of persons sufiering from hemorrhage, fractures, dislocations, wounds contusions, burns, shocks, sprains, poisoning, the effects ot heat or cold, ai*>plexy, epilepsy, thuse rescued from the water, and other accidents. II. THE STORY OF H APPINOLANDE, And Other legends. By O. B. Beset, author of "Bachelor Bluff," etc. The Gainsborough Series. 12nio, paper cover, 25 cents. Contents: "The Story of Happlnolande," "A Mil- | liouaire's Millions," "The City Beautiful," "John's Attic." /?br Sale by all book?tUer?, or rUh'r work sent by the ] pubUthtrt by mnil, pout-paid, on rectlitl of price. It 1, 3 L 5 Bond street. New York. Spring Shoes. LATEST STYLES FOB MEN. WOMEN, AND CHILDREN. ALL OF THE BEST MAKES. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OCB COMPLETE LINE | OF MEN'S GENUINE KANGAROO SHOES, BUTTON. LACE. AND COXGBE8S. NONE BETTEB AT THE PRICE, *5.00 DALTON * STRICKLAND. van Puma. At* Ja28-3a Fancy Silks, 37*. 40, 4."). 50c. HENRIETTA CLOTH SUIT 1 SO. elegant dress goods, in new Spring Shades, nearly yard and a ball wide, all pure Hue \Vool; only 50c. BLACK SLRAH slLhs, So, 02. 75c. HEAVi URO.S GRAIN BLACK SILK, tl. LONSDALE CAMBlilC, very finest quality, 10c. FRUIT OF THL LOOM. Cotton yard wide. HHc. '1 RICO CLOTH, dress goods, pure Wool, with double fold. Spring Suudes; only 25c. COLORED SILK PLUSHES and MORIE 8ILK8. LADIES' liROADCLO'lH, yard and a halt wide, all pure tine Wool, cacii Luigain. <5c. 1URKEY lit!) T ABLE DAJuASK. 25c. TLA1D MlhlJS, in ihe newest styles, 5c. DOUBLE WH11K WOOL BLANKETS, $1.25. DOI BLE V HI I t WOOL ill.ANKa.lS, immense **Be?uUfnl 8ATTEEN8. French styles. 15c. HENRlETTACASUMERES.extra wide double width ail pure fine wool, bcautiiul opting Shades; only 45c. NO CREDIT, but the very lowest prices for Cash. CARTERS, Til MARKET SPACE. Next dour to the lloston Variety Store. VALUABLE PRESENTS FOR CASH CUSTOMERS. Select one of the iollowing presents with a purchase cl *?>. A1 air ot laigc sue tine Damaak Towels, worth ?<5c. A fc.ili Dowsn hue Duuiask .v?pkius, worth ?5c? or a pair oi bilk Embroidered Glove-Fitting Corsets, worth 75c. Select one of the following presents with a purchase ot alOor more: A Large-size Hand tome bridal Quilt, worth tl.50: a Dozen Fine Damask Napkins, worth 41.5U: or Two Pair* of large sua, nut Damask Towels, worth ikl.50. mhlO K.IRK'8 SILVERWARE OF RARE AND BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS, jold Extensively at Horns and Abroad, j Manufactured hy SAM'L KIRK * SON, 114 Baltimore at., Baltimore. Md. Established 1817. I Also, j J3WELKT. WATCHES. DIAMONDS, AND OTHSB GEMS. mh4-lm ?>r~c.Yr~txrL but be on hand axd i out the .%cvet to lie exposed to-morrow morn DOUBLE COMBINATION, 1X41 and IMS 11th M. m AMUSEMENTS. K BUim NEW WASHINGTON THEATER. 11th street. i?>uth of Pennsylvania avenue. WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY. APRIL 1. Matinees Monday. Tnesdar. Thursday, Saturday. Survival of the Fittest: A ROYAL FEA8TIN STORE. LILLY CLAY'S COLOSSAL GAIETY OO. Almost too Good to be True, Yet Nevertheless a Positive Fact THE ONE GREAT HISTORIC SUCCESS. THE CROWNING SENSATION OF THE YEA*. NOVELTY'S SUPREME CROWNING DIADEM. THE WINNING HIT OF THE YEAR. Tift; SEASON S EVENT IN EVERY AMERICAS CITY. The Most Fxtravniraiit Fancy Cannot Conceive the Dashing Splendor of this Talivmanic Production. WORTH GOING MILES TO ENJOY. 4 NAUTCH DANCERS OF HERAT ? 10 HANDSOME LADIES 10 In Exquisite Grotesque Dance. 16 SYLPH-LIKE BEAUTIES lfl 111 the Dainty Stephanie Gavotte. FRESH FEATURES FROM FOREIGN LANDS! All Entirely New in America. An Actual. Unqualified. Veritable Amusement Sensation. 8 BEAUTIFUL ATHENIANS In Classical Groupings. 12. LADIES .....12 CHAMPS ELYSEE MINUET. No Need Going to I"aris Now?Visit this Exhibition. WORTH A MONTH'S LABOR TO SEE. All New York fell nfon its knee* Wfere the Conquer ing Host of this Battalion of Eve's Bewitching Daughters. THE ELEGANT ELECTRIC QUADRILLE. THE OLD WORLD'S WONDERS brought Home. 40..HANDSOMEST LADIES IN TEE WORLD..40 Presenting the Gorgeous Spectacle of "BEAUTY IN DREAMLAND!" And a Dashing Version of " ROBINSON CRUSOE!" The Rage of Two Hemispheres. PROUDEST SUCCESS OF MODERN TIMES. NO ADVANCE IN* PRICES. mli30 AY FESTIVAL. THE CHORAL SOCIETY, With the Assistance of the J BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. 00 ARTISTS. Z WILHELM GERICKE, Conductor, (Hia Last Appearance iu America,) Will give a aeries of FOUR CONCERTS AT THE NEW NATIONAL THEATER, MAY 17 and 18.1880 Friday Afternoon?Public Rehearsal Friday Night?Symphony Concert. Saturday Afternoon?Symphony Concert. Saturday Night, for the first time in Washington, THE SPECTRE'S B1UDE, A Cantata for Soloists. Chorus and Orchestra, by ANTONIN DVORAK. DR. H. C. SHERMAN, Director. SCALE OF PRICES: Season Tickets (with reserved seat) #4.00 Single Reserved Seat $1.50 Single Admission $1.00 Sale of season tickets opens Wednesday, May 1st. at Metzerott's. 1110 F st. Male of single seats opens May 15th. It M^1 "fclhW NATIONAL THEATER. Every I Every Evening, Wednesday and Saturday Matinees. Farewell of the Comedians, DONNELLY and GIRARD. And their own company in NATURAL GAS. TO-NIGHT | TO-NIGHT AT AT EIGHT. I EIGHT. Next Week-*'ROBERT EL8MERE," Founded on Mrs. Humphrey Warde'a famous novel. Seats ar? now on sale. It A LBAUGH'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE. LAST PERFORMANCE TO-NIGHT AT 8. An RICHARD STAHL'S Encore Immense After Success COMIC OPERA, Encore. WHY? SAID WHY? Everybody PASHA. The Music Says Is so So. i Charming. A Magnificent Production. Complete in Every Detail. NEXT WEEK-MRS. POTTER, IN ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA. SEATS NOW ON SALE?REGULAR PltlCES. m30 ?>OTOMAC CORPS. W. R. C. Auxiliary to the Department of the Potomac, G. A. B. MUSICAL AND LITERARY ENTERTAINMENT AND J AG BABY DRILL, at G. A. R. Hull, 1412 Penua. ave. n.W., TUESDAY, Apii'.2, 1KSH, at U p.m. vki*t ^ Refreshments. mh30-3t ^ A GRAND SPRING 1 ETE UNDER THE AUS pices of the lady i!!3n?ger? of the Washington Foundling Hospital, mil lie given on the atternoons and evenings ot Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday, the Hth, ?th and 10th of April, the Armory of the National liitlcs lias been engaged forth" event and the fete will commence with a lunch on the afternoon of Tuesday, April 8. It Ye greate olde folkes concerte AT MT. VERNON PLACE MEETING HOUSE. Corner 0th and K sts., TXTESDAY, APRILS, 1889, AT 8 O'CLOCK. Time Beater Prof. J. H. Daniel. Admission, 25c. Tickets for sale at Pursell's. 418 9th; T. Jarvis, 420 Wt'n, and W. D. Clark k Co.'s, 811 Market Space, and at the door on evening of Concert. _luh29-4f A LBAUGH'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE, SUNDAY EVENING, MARCH HI. THE LITDW1G CONCERT COMPANY. WM. I.UDWIG Baritone. THE <Lute of the National Opera Co.) SONGS MME. ADELAIDE MULLEN . Soprano. AND MISS ANNIE LAYTON Contralto. BALLADS MR. HENRY BEAUMONT Tenor. OF MR. C. KENDALL IKW IN, IRELAND. Solo Pianist and Conductor. Prices, 25c., 50c., 75c., and $1. mh27-4t SEATS NOW ON SALE. I^XTBA?NEW NATIONAL THEATER. THE NEW FOUR ACT DRAMA, RRR F.EK KRr'o BEBT RE LSM EBi * * E..? K R EEE SEATS ON SALE THURSDAY MORNIKO. Production on MONDAY, APRIL 1. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. The well-known player*: Mr. K. H. Vanderfelt, Miss Dorothy Dorr, Mr. John T. Sullivan, Miss Effie shannon, Mr. W illiaui Craven, Miss Kate Deuin Wilson. Mr. C. A. Valentine. Miss May Kobson, Mr. W. H. Thompson, Miss Ella Morgan, Mr. Henry Holland. Miss Elsie Eaue, Mr. J M. Humphries, Miss Louise Wilcox. mh27-4t ClALIFORNIA.?SPECIAL PARTIES. /Semi-monthly. 1 ourist sleeping Care. Cheap Rates, Southern Pacific Co. Address E. HAWLEY, Gen'l Eastern Agent :!4;> Broadway, New York.lt. J.SMITH, Agent. 402 Chestnut at., Philadelphia, or any Ball ft Ohio Ticket Agt. Ja5-*Aw2?t Globe THEATER, Penna. ave., near 11th st. Matinees Tue^Wednejday. Saturday. O CiOCk- mh25-flt ARRIS' BIJOU THEATER. Week, Commencing March 25. Usual M.tinees?luesaay, Thursday, Saturday. SPECIAL. ?Greatest of the in aU. Season 'HH-'S9 "PETE" BAKER, The world-wide, well-known, versatile comedian, in the richest dressed ami most laugliable comedy, reconstructed by himself, and entitled THE EMIGRANT, A far better play tliau Chria and L*na. Next Week?HOODMAN B1.1 ND. mh2S-6t ^Congregational church. TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 2, 1SS9. MISS NEALLY STEVENS, The Gitted Young AMERICAN PIANIST, Assisted by other talent, to be announced hereafter, hiwerved seats 50 and 75 refits: for sale at John r. Ellis k Co.. W;i7 Pennsylvania avenue. For the convenience of music teachers and atudeuta of the piano, a limited number of students' tickets will be sola at 2a cents each. The Henry F. Miller Artist Grand Piano will be used. mh-'l-tap3 Great discovery at the double combi NATION, 1241 and 1242 lithst. s.e. To-morrow (Saturday i will tell the tale. mh29-4t Spring Styles Ik Hats. DUNLAP'S FIFTH AVENUE STYLE BTT.E AND DERBY HATH NOW READY. JvMt received an Importation of FRENCH SOIT HATS, light in weight. LA TOSCA UMRKELLASaod CAKESfc W1LLETT k Mvorr. so*: COUNTRY REAL ESTATE. P>B SALS OR EXCHAXOC FOB CITY PKOP erty A farm. 100 acres. tiesr Ml. * ertiou. Ya.; f*x*l buildings and In a tine ?tate of cultivation Ad dress o?Mt, C. K Hl'STERSoN, A.xs.uuk- Fsirfax county. Va. ?:I0 -it' FOK BENT - ?SHADF.LAND." Sm'ATBD Off Wa?hiugt?n ink*. 1 uule trout Fall* Chmvh. ? 0 irmluil. 10-room horse with ?UWe; goiJ * ater. shady lawn, rent #500 i? r year *iMn? JOHN K. FEUKEY A CO.. ??li 30-1 w Falla Church. Va. Tplffwoaf <07 J~X>B SALE-BOCK HAVEN.ON ItDOEIOAD, m mile* from Georgetown; uew t?u n*?a house, ?table. laborer's house an J ten ai res. ? 1 4.'H*>. Twelve acres without building*. #8.000 n<TMM beisuuful cpen woodlsnd, including several line villa ?tte?. ? 3.000 Would divide m niv rwomlilr ?f Man on place 'o aliow It. W\l. H. BAW'Ol L mh:to-3t* ;>i:t;tb>i n? ONLY A FF.W~ MORE "HOUSES FOR hi XT IN Falls Church. Va. Apply at onrf to JOHN E. fKNtEY k CO . Falls CLurch. Va. 1 elciHiotie Call. 707. m5S* -It FOB SALE?360 ACRES. 50 MILE* BELU* Washington, ou Potomac. a magnificently euuipivd gram and grass fsrm. (T.OOO 4".'U AC1.ES. adjoin nig Br;?tof atstioti. en Virwlnta Mid land K. R.. 3U mil? from city the brut improved tarm lu I*nn W lllisn: count} . #s.5tHl. l?j ACHES, flnfly improved. brick boa*?, S room*. 1.000 peach. 500 si pie tr-' ?. \% mile nver front, ad jointuar Marshall Hall. M ACRES, ou Bf?wkvilie turnpike, 4 nales caat of Bockville, prime land well improved; H i"'1 100 ACRES. splendidly fitted up for laiiyiug. 15 mile* frciTii city, on l>ee*biirtr turnpike; $4,000. 1 - ACRES. adjoins standi on Metropolitan itranch. 32-rc-oiii li use. flue barn, carrusre house, fcc.; apleti did well ot water, line fruit $5,500 l'-'li ACRES, ii mile !wm statu n. on Net. Br_ 9 miles fro'ii citj, 5-rooni house, liarn. fruit; $2,550. 33 ACRES, i-room Cottage. 4-nsnii tetiaut Iioiim, good barn. al?'ind*n,*e ol Ii;ie fruit, excellent water, nigh, healthy Us'atioii, 1 nu'.e from K K sta. at Falla Church, Va., 8 tulles from city, #4.0'.i0 4 A' UKS, cuveml with fruit, handsome it-room Cot tage. liaru. fcc , same location a* Ust. 44 OOO. 8 ACRES. 5-rooUl House, beautiful U?l! frail,good water, t* mile from ata. on W. ft O. K it . 55 uulea from city, oniy *1.000. ACRES, 5 room House, stable. well, prime irar deu land, 5A* miles from city; church, school, store, and l'.O. sdjoinmg. #1.75o. 2 ACRES, new 5-rooni Cottage. high. tieautlftil loca tion, overlooking city. 5 miles out. * 1.000. 13 ACRES and 4 ACRES, sdjoining Linden sta. on Met. Br , 7 milesby 7th-st turnpike. Uaatiful build luy hi tea; #255 per acre M niciil heel, t UulldlnK Si leu of 'J to ',*11 Arrea over lookinir the city, 1 to "J miles dmtaiit #'.*0O to $300 per acre. T. H. SVPHKRO * OO., ?nhgl*-at 1351 Fat. FOh KF.ST-A FINE OLD COUNTRY HEAT 6> 15 Rooms. shaded lawn and trardeu; splendid water; 3 miles trom city. #50 ii-r month. FOR RENT?TWENTY-SEv E1N ACRES. 8-ROOM House, atable; fruit, tine water, rraudview of city; ?>s tniles distant, f 55 per month. FOR RENT?TWELVE ACRES. 6-BOOU HOC8E Barn. Ac.; fruit enough to pay the rent; 5 miles from city #50 per mouth. FOR RENT THE HANDSOMEST W ROOM COT ta*re lawn, iruit. eu-. of 1H vres.iM t ails Chnrcb; 0 minutes from station. Eumished by the neaaou, ? '>"t,<r"ish.vl by the year #50 Per month. T H. h\ I Hl.l.D A CO.. 1351 1st. mh5S?-3t For rent-at forest u le n, tw el % e-room House.furnished. Apply to DR. CLARE, Tremont House. W to 10a,m. and 4 to 7 p.m. uih5H-3t" VOR SALE OR kVnT-AT HYATTSMLLE 3 M minates from station, new S-r ?> iiu frame House, handsomely finished, latrolje, slat- mantel. Ac Lot o0xl .?0. lTice *5,500, easy terms. Inuuire ?f J. H. RALS'lON. 1351! 1 st..\\.H?fiiiiirtoii. aih5M-.1t* ^T hyattsviLle. md. LOTS X at Hwhlund, -dd. Lots front ^ acre to 10 acres one minute to hve minutes from one station or the J?ther. Lois from 4100 upwi.rd. a4 Cordui(,-to sue and location. Ejuy terms. Inquire ol . . _ _ W. A. BARTLF.TT, mli58-3t Director Holliday Lamf Co., ?t.3<? F st. >R SALE?157 AC RES NEAR BRANCHV1LLK. on B. and O. R. It., 10 miles from Wa?hiturto:i, 55 acres cleared, lialauce in timber; ordinary dwellinir. $ 15 per acre. SO Acres adjoining at $50 l?r acre. 30 Acre* ad* ioininir at $'.'?> per acre. Smaller yuantities i) desired. This is a No 1 oppor tunity for persons doiutr ousmcss in this cltv to get country homes. \V W HALL 45ti Est.s.w mli5S-3t 170R SAI.l 50 ACRES 15 MILES FROM W ASH ington, '-'H miles from B and O. R. R.. 5H miles from B. aim P. R. R.; gisxl H-room house *n<l all [ necessary out-houaes; abunuance ot fruit. U ?utilui I locaJiiy, No. 1 for truck or poultry. Only ll,juu. inh5S-3t" W. W HALL 4.?t> F ?t. a w. I^OR SALE?3 LOI S Al AliDUICE ON B. AND P. It. R., 5 acres each. beautiful view of the .imiiuul lug country. $ 100 i>er acre. W. W. H A1JL, mli5S-3t 450 F at. a.?. i;'>R SALE?70 ACRES WELL IMPROVED LAND, J. good dwelling and outUousRs; fruits. 4 luilo* from Capitol, at 1 '.stru t line, <>11 one of the best retails lead ing to this city. #0,000. W. W. HALL, luE58-3t* 450 F at. s. w. I^OR SALE Oil RENT-AT AHBoRA. \V VA^ON top of the Alleghanies, a small furnished Cot tage with g<ssl garden. a desirable summer home in a cool de!igi:tful mountain climate; !< hours by rail and stage from Washington: selling price *(>(,<). Aiu>lytoI*r JOS. 1 ABE It JOHNSON. i' Jh 17th st. mir.S .t 1* I7??R RENT-COCNTRY I'LACF. ON~DAMElTs r.i?d, 1\ miles from liaightw.iod, 10 sens; * room house; good spring. ALBERT F. FOX. No. ?50 F at. ii.w. mh58-:>t 'a O LEASE - WOODLEY. ON WOODLEY LANE A hlteen minutes' drive from Boundary, a itli furtii t'ire ready for uccupaiicy; heater, range and hot ami cold water; has hrst-i-la:-'. barli and cainafp hoiis**s. aith cotu^fe for gtiri! -:i? r, ex ellcnt |>satliragea and complete outfit ot lai mmg utensils can t*. leased with the place; two hue Al l :: y Cows. Just fresh, lor sale. 1 or other Information apply 011 the premises or to CRANE. P Alt Lib k CO., liankers, Eobm House. mh57-lm l^OR SALE?E'lVE ACRES. WITH NEW Hol'SE i and Stable, near Gaithersburg, live minutes' walk from statiou ? store and 1 ost-office, express traius Ad dress OW NEB, Star office. Iuh5tj-5t* Ivor sale-klnt, or exchange for city X projierty, frame house; 8 room*, stable; one ai re of ground, situated at Uemd>>n, \a.. thr>? minutes' walk lrom railroad station. Inquire ot A. CROl NsE. Cast! Room, I'. S. Treasury. mh50-tit* L'OK SALE?AT FARMWELL, VA, ON THE wTo A. and \S. R. R . a desira 1 le new House of 9 rooms, with stable and ice house and live acres of .and, good garden and orcnard;sci.:* I and churches adjoining the property; key on the pr.luise*. Price #5.000. Apply to L. B. Tl'RNbLLL, liOO Capitol at., fill h ill Olid, 1 a mll^S-eod tit 1_>OR SALE?520 ACRES OP LEND. ON LEES burg turnpike, 1 mile from Falls Church, 7 nnles from Washiustou. two railroad stations within a mile; excellent ucighliorhood, with schools and churches; land kind, abundance of water; improvements good' first tale dairy or truck farm; will be sold low on easy terms. Apply to or address R< Hi EH W . Cl'LL, tubl3-w&*4w 5 1. Fayette St., Baltimore, Md. fJ.Al.RETT PARK- V ERYDE8IRABLELOTS 'FOB sale at 5 cents a toot and upwanls, on small monthly payments, the only Metropolitan Ijranch subdivision embracing Rock Creek. the only suburban subdivision with MacadaiuiiiedaveiiUfs and paved gut ters. For descriptive circulars and lull lulormstn.a address HENRI' N. COPP. Secretary, 700 8that. n.w inh5tt-tmvl J*OR 8ALE-BARGA1N -35 ACRES LAND AND six-roon, house at Gaithersburg. Md., near station and suitable to cut Into lota. Only $4,700 J R. HER 11 RO. 1453H F st. m25-6t L OR RENT - V FINE FARM IN ALEXAXLRIA V county, Va . the farm of the late BAZ1L HALL, known as the "Homestead," Hall's Hill, Alexandria county, Va., containing SO acres, and improved by a good dwelling. 1 ne land is in good condition .nd well adi|'iwl to tlieDalrv bUHiiiPSH. l'lmseetmioi: triveii at once. Apply to A. W. ARMSTRONU, 5J8 h,Lg St., Alexandria, \ a. or to WALTER HALL. Hal.'? llill, Aiexandiia county, Va. mh55-5w ACO.MM(iUl<il sr BLILDINQ AND ORobNOsi suitable for a hotel, tor rent. Address A. F.O. Box 14. mh55-lm" Berry ville, Va. IlHJR SALE OB TRADE?500 ACRES PRIME land near Gainsvillc, Alatchua Co., E'la. 17tl aire* near Baldwin, Duvall Oo? lis. 100 acres superior tarminj; land in Madison county. Wis. 80 acres tu Dent Co.. Mo., on railroad and near town. Farms in Viivmia and Maryland, containing from SO to 3,000 acres, will exchange for encumbered property in Washington city or litetrict of Columbia. ^THOMAS A. MITCHELL. mh50-lin 934 F st., Room 4. |? on SALE-LOTS AT FOREST GLEN. MD. THE I most beaututil location lor a home outsnle W ash ington; only 5 54*, and 3c. per foot. J. fc. RElt 1 FoRD, 1453H Fst. mhltl-3m 1X?K SALE-550 CHOICE SELECTIONS OF ' FARMS AND SMALL COCN'TRY HOMES, in im mediate vicinity of Washington; libel} adapted to EAKM1NO, THCCKINO, DvIRYlNG. or FRIIT ORoVVlNG. Call or send lor new bulletin Just issued. mhl4-lm T. H. Sll-HERD & CO.. 1351 E st. "1AOR SALE-THOSE MAGNIFICENT VILLA, r SITES OF 1 1G 2 ACRES, ON ROSSLYN HEIOHTS. NORTH OF ARLINGTON, ABREAST OF I AND OVERLOOKING THE ENTIRE CITY ? SlR 1'ASSINU AEL OIHLK SI KROI NDINUS OF THE CITY 1UU HEALTHFULNE s, SIGHTLINESS AND CHEAPNESS; 3 TO 0 CENTS PER FOOT. f. H bYPUERD fc CO? mhl4-lm 1351 Fat. CEVEN-ROOM DWELLING OK B. B AVENUE AT OHyatuvilie, on* minute walk from station, #l,stK>; also country farms. Address MARION DUCEETT, Attorney-at-Law, Hladetistiurg. Md mh7-5ino* Fob sale?on metropolitan branch, a * O., farms. Improved and unimproved, 3 acre* to 500. Lots, cottajrea, and country homes. COOKED LL'CKETT, 9351 at.n.w. mhl-lm* Bring Us Yocb B ots: It la a fair assertion that what cannot be found at the Clothing Bouse of B. ROBINSON fc OO.. 809 Penn sylvania avenue, for a Boy to wear need hardly be looked for elsewhere. Else why do we keeparreat store full of Suits and Overcoats for Boys, small and I great, besides Furnishings. We Intend to have, prac ' tically, every thing wanted, from the Play or School Suit to the Fine Dress Suits, as costly as any one wants, and between these two extremes a vsst variety of stylish but useful garments for the people of mod erate mesne. Parents shopping for their Sons hardly do themselves Justice if they omit to at least look at our Spring stock, even if you purchase elsewhere you will be better informed, and any selection made her* Is returnable for exchange or refund of money. & BO BIN SON * OO, |t HEADQUARTERS FOB BOYS' CLOTHING. SOW PENNA- ATE. feS6-eo f >CTTINO THE CUTTERS?09c. FOR HOOD S, -^>?^1 '?a7t SIoth Flies ar? now about depositing ?ana to look oat for thair fun. Wahava special anwngsmeats for raoaiTiag fun <? > to have a a. rriBEkurra * hobs. 1Mtl MONEY TO LOAN. Mosey to loan os aix Eisim or nemo**l pe??l?rtj. Inn * itmiii. Kewiux ton?e and F urwtt wee; also rnmiusr-taken o<, Si?rs?-' .<tt c-111* <<t i<o?ts> Will del Bn?taae? ?.n. tlv ronMaN* ML OROCKAWILUY. lm-Si I si .? i.,i t ? ln?* ^ I "ilk III Ilk BKLOk ING ro * r\.;v M li I loan <>u reel nt(t< n. mum W Mil. Uknre amounts st i M cent. PHIUJPs. LAMAR * 7.A1HKV. Attys nihVW-'-t* 1111 7 F Mt.. Huu H r.iil.ii4r ?ifk <WM\' on n<*th?e*i nn jhoS * ?-J.jUO * B 1 ulLUKT * <11. Heal Estate Uiene 1 lu>..r?m?. nih27-4M fcjj'nn.w. MON1.Y TO LOAN -? N Mil. VI'. I.i *L estate. in ?umi? to ?mu ?? loe. -I of mu ir< Ul.O ? 11NMW mh-'7 :Un iVili >wl It >l> n.?. OX El 1X1 LOAN. fK IAKTm aXD -MU.L em*, on approved reel e-i?i<- annt) in u?r l?? trfct oi ColunU in. ?t ?oww?t rsteei'l micros!. k II T. LFIPOI.D. lH?x> I ?t r. w .J. 1 fl ?> r i t u.l . 1 * MONEY LiUNs ? |> !il M I ?> I \ l I U? M. oil "Ihrrrixl vrurimi *nnj an I N.vj ?u, ? o.umetviu l"*l"*r, A... *?. No <W*y * \i H. DF.MPskY. 14 *4 New rk ?ve. a h-..- :1m Mosfy Th loan on real isiAi'. in si m? . ??? suit at loweet n?t*-? BEDFORD ? WAI.KS R, mh'M^lia _ lOtKl F <1. M< >M.\ TO UMX 11! M'liiitOtt'll. vi III? l.'TOt rates u! intere-t on ?-!>.?) hulrni r>wl estate. JSO. A. I'l.l M'Oi V. 141(1 F ?t n w.. tub 23-Into k>.l.?-? Hnildlti*. Muxky to umi at rmt rucm on ^ |r..\Ml Km. telsf L??v ? uaU ? s|?c?lty nUkk l.nhH:to?.l'. mks-Ib' Iao? ? a. B.i. UJ AL UITAT I INMSTMKN Mil AM I S. HON Ml ""k 1ER UM, PAYAJU.1. V- AltT. :0.t in t>ivit >iuu iu * i ah* tXALL 1 RL'tlt tl lUAliuUJ. (?J>00-T0 LOAN ?*,?*< k> 5,i*h? OS RTAt, FSTATR. ilKI Inih.-.'j] TH<>? r WA(*;*MAN Money to lcun-in luuk and small i U!U?? *1 oilij ? |t : . .'lit. Nlu*U i 'iiVUMoM Ni>JrU>-m. UktLN * CI N.N N?.ll i\.. _?uk2C-liU 14(I.> I >1 ENDO?Ml.ST. LIFt ANI> TON 11N1 11>Ut lI S bvUKM at hurbfxt CMl: |ttm. n< ti.i.'d "1\'U ?t terms. An o u. vl. IC ACHEBOS. l:iO( t xt ii m. ? 1.1 j? Q I "'ill mill IN bCKa TO MtT. UlMil II V M ' f VW?lnirt Uliir. 1?IV> at .? |h-i ceut. luwcot I'.iuiiiiwiM F. D. MtKtNNKV. 1 :i 1 7 F?t. n ?. ,?ui. I.uiMji..- uil.' I ium MOSl.\"in l.i'W AT ."> l"Kk I'LNl hMALL kuiud st o per 11-lit. N o v .... . M.U. r (iUtHOL wkl3-lm? Km :t nmh)|iwi> ????. MONLV lO UOAN . in m m.-> ram <?-,oo ri w Akn. *1 lllttuttlsi i.A 11> OF 1N i LJukjft AN it COMillhbloN ON REAL LblAXL l.\ THIS I'ISTIUCT. h o UtiLlZMAX. nihil ONM ItHn uul 1 nu. n.w. TfcfOSEY IN HAND TO LOAS oifoooD B1 EL 1TM. fistate Kecuriiy or cuilat?*i-aU i>tuiiuni < ? u.lui* kii.n A1.1U.K1 I F<>\. liihl-lm W;vt it. ii w MOXEY-TO LOAX ON RKAI. 1.RTA11 R| IWT* < Jskii im urit>, *i It ?><?t ralrcul lulrixnt. m ar,mf *lj?-tv tUt mm urity >? i _UI? o. i OKEEN. ao:? Tth ?t u* TH> LOAS ?2.VOOOA1 >illh ilM.ISMgi . to ?uit, on nml estate *jVV YNN NT W W AN * ro.. fl'i-Sa Room* l:tan.i 1AtUnti. huiMu^r. Monet to i.oan ox beal khtati in amt suit*. liV*YNN SEV?M\N * < o.. ?l.*>-:tm Bi>4m l:t siiU l.'i. AUuiu' Huii.iiiar. MO.N1.Y to UltN Lowest rst<? of Intm-vt. AUKIKON ?; LAKOOXBK. .talR-Sm* l.UM k ?tn. sr Moneytou>anon iu.al? ai t a? uest rsies ol iiii? rvst, ul??. ?ii wtjj. r l, j i<>nii NvunV. 1MOS. O UkN.sLl & lO.. liaukcrs. J?14-:tm l.iou I ?t u.w. f|M* LOAN? X RmiiWi m sums to suit at "?twr r*i;t. C"U,OW iu bi.ins t?i .-*iin ?t Ii |w-i 't"Ul ou tvsl t-stafte w?? hi it j Mnrtirstftsa ana iuoiiUii> * h ? *1 "ii ostat# bi'iilftit. HtALL, lihO* N A CO.. j*4 :Ua W1 Fat. M" ONEV TO IXtAN ON lti-Al. ESTA11 SWT 11ITV. U1L1. A JoHNMTOX. l.dl.l Ivnt u.?. MOKEV TO 1X1AN ON Al'FRUVEO Kl.AL Es tate security. al2-4m .: UN SHKBMAX A CO. 1401 Fat Money to loan 111 sums to suit* at lowest rates ai j r< ve-1 real estate security. till H. F< ? Itl?'? N. o'-tl 14*J< hniii)iv.Liasva. Money H'Mo "" at lowest rates of interest ON LEAL LSI VI1. Nl . I I \ mis. J iim I itr.1, jeS IM4 I ?t n.w. MONLX lo L- v.N O* KI M. KUTATt AI LuW ?'?! lu>'<. VASU N liASFNnOWER. ? l'"4 Rurroi--sor tf> tlANl-NlI<.>W El. A >v>N. 1115 FsC W* Ha 3IcKnCW. V3J KIMILVANU AYE. Wa are now ataowiu* and ei"?rant aaaortment of Medium and liiyh onule Novelties in lj^usa* cSSc prp RRR II VS N r.GO ? PPR R1I NNN <? a ?SS? PPP ERR II N N N O - 8 P It R II S XN c BS V K R II N NN OGO RSSs tr U n TTTT Rsss F" V U II T s ?ssK r v n t S.S ? S U U II T u h - ?hb5 OU XI T ?A8S . WWW RRR A PPP. SSS WWWW RR AA PP ?a W W W W RRR A A PPP ?SSs WW WW R R AAA P B s WW K K A / P >?*> J A OOC R K FEE TTTT sSS, J AA C C K k V. T 5s J A A C KR KE r "RS? 3 J AAA CCRK F T JJJ A A OOC Ik K EEE T ?SSS And kino full line of KuiU, Jackets and Cioaka for Misees and Children. Coni|ilete Asaortliic'at of Ladies'. Misses' and Children's Gloves, Hosiery. I'uderwear. Hand kerchiefs and all the (roods which conifioaa s complete Furnislumr liepartmcut. Our Cloak Department is lo<-ated on first floor front, and Furui?hitim> in the rear. Buit^ Jerseys, Tea bowna, surah Waista and Chil dren's Cloaks ou second floor. WH H. MrKNF.W, Successor to K H Taylot, }a3-^m BSS Pennsylvania sva. C' 1CTTINO THE Ol'TTERS?Oltc F<'R (TTK'l'HA , ltesolveut. b. H. Hop Bitter*. Iron hitters. H >~ I tett^j's Hitlers and Mime rrluctioii <>n iKtirly everv i thiUK. KoLb l'HAUM ACk, Ttiian'l E sts. n.? . i nili29,MApl CALL TO-MORROW VT THE DOI HLF Ot>MHl NATION And you will find what hs? lieen dtsrover-ii Three if rest tluntrs from our tsiaenient. mi:'J8 4t t^ix Great Bcruains In Oltotlkie*. ?T ILPHONZO YOl'N'OS OoMPANY. (Wednesday. March ?7,1B8W.) 162 docec cans Stnrsr Corn, par dozen B1 c- uM 71 doc. larre cana Golden Pumpkins per doz IMS ceu ta 137 quart bottles Maple Syrup, 50 cent sue. 3U ceula 267 ianre cana Frvah Soups, 40 cent roods...34 cents 8.600 pounds Best Ini|>oned Mst-aroni. fresh shipment. Just received direct from the Importer, 1.1 cent Hoods 11 cents 86 barrel# choice Patent Proceaa Flour. (6 M We are also offer-In* the foUowiuy ATTRACTIVE BPECIALT1E8s Btrontia Bpriiur W'ster Pure Stearic Acid Oarrtare Candlea In 2 lb. Oartoona. Patent **Flbrine" VeyeUUs Biscuit (with Beet Booti for dofs. 11m vmly proper food for such animate, es pecially in citiea. Home-made Cake, all kinds and aiaea, and lioatoa Brown Bread, fresh every day. Genuine MandlieLur JavaCoCee. Yon will nevaf know what trwly dnlkciaae coffee is until yon drink ? reel Vrnuin* Mandkiit*?. It is universally conceded that oar POTATO CHIN ate always the treebeet andaweetaet by tar than aay la bs bad I IOUNOC OOMPANX LETT. BCT BE OX HAND AX?