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Tht Weather. For the District of Columbia. Hart-land, and Virginia, fair; slightly colder; north westerly winds. _D?coratton Day at Marshall Halt..?The afcamer George Learv will make two trip* on the 30th to Jlarshail Hall. Coat leave* her wharf, foot of 7th street, at 9:30 a. m. and 2 p. to., returning at 1 and 7 p. m. Music and dancing at the Hall. Meals and lunches served during the entire day. Fare, round trip, fifty cent*. Blake A McKibbin. Taxi Notice or the Followtno Goods and Prices for To-morrow At The Fair. 812 7th St. N.W.: Mexican Hammock? from 85c. to ?1.75. Croquet Sets from 6!V. to ?2.98. Lawn Tennis Sets. Base Ball Goods. Square-covered Picnic Baskets. 10c., 15c.. 20c. "Throw Away" Picnic Plates, 8c. a dozen. Planished Picnic Mugs. 5c. Large Fancy Lemonade Jugs, only 22c. Hand-painted Fluted Ice Cream or Berry Saucers. 6 for 49c.; worth 90c. Japanese Ice Cream Sets, consisting of 1 long dish and 12 saucers, only ?1.49. 69c. for a Water Cooler worth fl, Clear-fluted Glass Tumblers for 3c. Ice Tongs. 15c. Grass Cutters. 25c. Extra large Garden Sets for 25c.; worth 60c. A splendid Parlor Broom for 12c. Chicago Air Rifles, with shot, dart, and 2 Targets for 85c. Gem Freezers: 2-qt.. SI.36; 3-qt.. ?1.69; 4-qt, ?1.89; 6-qt. #2.79; S-qt.. ?3.49; 10-qt.. ?4.49. A full fine of Ice Chests and Refrigerators from $2.48 up. A full line and the best assortment of Baby Carriages in the city, commencing as low as *2.43 up. The Fair, 812 7th st. n.w., Frankle A Co.. Proprietors. Tnr. Empire steam carpet-cleaning works. 631-635 Mass. ave. n.w.. do the best, cheapest and quickest work. Telephone 787-2. "As Ideal Success." Dr. A. L. DeCamp, Chicago, describes the Ideal Felt Tooth Polisher, in polishing, cleans ing. and preserving the teeth, as -An Ideal Suc cess." For sale by E. P. Mertz, 1014 F street northwest G. A. R, "Attention!"?There is no shoe so | comfortable to march in as the Crawford, 903 Pennsylvania avenue. Open Wednesday until 11 p.m. For a Pleasant evening visit Edel's Summer Garden. To Mot-nt Vernon ?The steamer W. W. Corcoran will make two trips to Mount Vernon ' on the 30th. Decoration Day. leaving her wharf | at 10 a. m. and 3.30 p. m.. returning at 3 and 7 p. m. Fare, round trip. ?1. L. L. Blake, Captain. New and Beautiful Demons in wall papers, pictures. Ac. Picture frames made to order from a choice line of mouldings. Bolitha J. Laws. 1427 Penn. ave. n.w. Your eyesight fitted. ?1. Hempler's, cor. 43^. C. Witmer A Co., Low prices?Low prices. Best Va. Clarets ?2.50 doz. Ginger ale, C. A C., ?1.25 doz. Lime juice 25c. bot. Finest sardines 13c., fine Catawba 75c. Great FuRNrrrRE Sale.?To accommodate those who find it inconvenient to call during the day, we have arranged to keep open even ings. Alex. Milne, 511 9th street n. w. Fussell's Ice Cream shipped anywhere out of town to dialers, churches, picnics and fami lies. 1425 New York ave. Wry do People speak in such high terms of the Empire gteam carpet-cleaning works. 631 635 Mass. ave. n. w.? Ans. See the carpets they have cleaned. Telephone. 7?7-2. Thursday. May 30rn. being Decoration Day, the Crawford shoe r-tnre. 903 Pennsylvania ave nue. will be closed all day. To accommodate our patron* we will kcep'open Wednesday until 11 p.m. Nature's Own Remedy! Bear Lithia Water cures kidney and bladder troubles, uric acid, gout and rheumatism, phosphoric deposits, in nironntion of the bladder. Clropsica' affections, brick dust deposits, and all forms o dyspepsia which arise from a non-assimilation of food, such as indigestion, heartburn, flatulence, sick headache, and a sense of fullness after eating. E. P. Mertz. General Agent, 1014 F st D*Lio*Tm. music at Edel's Summer Garden. G. A. R.?Yon may need a new G. A. R. suit for the 30th; if so we can furnish you with the very best grades of flannels, and made in our usual good style. Two sets of buttons. Eiseman Bros.. 7th and E sts.. Manufacturing Clothiers and Tailors. Surloin Steak, prime rib roast. 15c. per lb., at New York Market, 3d and Indiana avenue. Retort Gas Stoves at Brooks'. 531 15th st Hundreds in use in this city. Buy Your Coal, Coke and Wood from John son Brothers, the leading tirm in the Dis trict No Matter How Warm the weather may be. if you have on one of our *8 Blue Serge Suits "you feel comfortable. Fast color and well made. Eiseman Bros.. 7th and E sts.. Manufacturing Clothiers and Tailors. Gas and Oil Stoves, all sizes. Call and ex amine. C. A. Mcddiman. 1206 F st To Facilitate OubTsi movai. to 1214 F st. n.w., we will sell our stock of Fine Furniture and Draperies at and below cost Great Bargains for Cash. Alex. Milne. 511 9th st n. w. Wall PaPEKs. House and Fresco Painting. P. Hanson Hiss M'f'ii Co, 815 15th st. Economy Gas Ranges? For Summer Cooking. S. S. Shedp A Bro.. 432 If Ui st n. w. All-Wool trousers to order ?3. Hamburger's. 621 Penn. ave. There's No Such Qualities as oars in Men's Suits at ?8.50. ?10, and ?12.50. Thasa goods are first-class in evtrv detail, well trimmed, well made, and perfect fitting. Ei&eman Bros.. 7th and E sts.. Manufacturing Clothiers and Tailors. 8xx our |15 retort gas stove. Brooks, 53115th st Go to R. W. Henderson's, 1113 F street northwest, for wall paper, window shades, room E&ouldings, lincrusta. walton. Ac. Tax Hammond Type-Writer. At John C. Pakker's, 617 and 619 7th st. n. w. Machines for rent Ssiohtwood Races. Decoration Day, 2 p. m Qua 810 blue serge suits are warranted fast colbr and perfect fitting. Hamburger's, 621 Penn. ave. Our Tailoring Department Booming.?Why sLouldn t it boom? There is no such suitings or trouserings anywhere to be found, especially our 990 suits to order, and our ?5 trousers to order. Eiseman Br'>s.. 7th and E sts., lailoring Department ImraoDT Sais H**iii Rai!B's sell the best #10 blue serge suit in the District Carpet-cleaning is & science" Moth exter minating. ditto. Chase Bros., adjoining city post-oflice. are scientists in both. Low prices. CITY AND DISTRICT. CONDKNSKD LOCALS. Yesterday afternoon Dorse t Snber. recently tried for the murder of James Payne, when the lory failed to agree was admitted to bail in ?1.000 and released from jail, W. H. Lee going on his bond. E. W. Donn. administrater of the estate of Dr. F. Howard, has entered suit agaiust the Mutual Reserve life association of New York, to racovsr #3.000 the amount of a policy held by decedent. Clsland Lindsley has. by E. D. R Mayne and D. W. Glaasie. entered suit against Joseph S. Yanaant to recover 110.000 damages, alleged to have been sustained by reason of alienating the affections ofplaintiff's wile, Ac. The W. W. Corcoran leaves daily except Sunday at 10 a. m. for Mount Vernon and Mar akall Ha. 1. returning about 3:30. On Sunday tha Corcoran makes two trips to Marshall Hall, tearing at 10 a. m. and 2 JO p. m. At a meeting yesterday of the Metropolitan A 11. L church of the ministerial union a member was deputed to prepare from police records a comparative statement relating to ?fist* In the District At the meeting of the Y. M. C. A. Literary ?ad Debating society last night the subject, "Is Life Worth Living?" was discussed by C. i. Wrightsman in the affirmative, against W. I Pitta. The dead body of a white male infant was found this morning by Officer Helan is the r"*"! in front of a heuse on T street north HE BLED TO DE1TH. A Bloody Tragedy in Southeast Wash ington. a quarrel or children liim to a tital FIOHT BETWEEN THEIR PARENTS?A BBIEF CONFLICT?TH* T1CT0B ? A CELL; THE TICTIX DEAD. About 9o'c!ock last evening hundreds of horror stricken people had gathered aboat Ruppert's Court, an alley between 2d and 3d sts. and Penn sylvania avenue southeast, where a bloody trag edy had been enacted, while as many more had congregated on the sidewalk and in the street in front of Moore's drug store, where a man was bleeding to death. This morning Frederick Pinkney is behind prison bars charged with murder, while the dead body of James Henry, his victim, is in the ice chest at the morgue. Pinkney is a hodcarrier; his victim was a brick layer. Both were hard working men who lived in the alley and they were on friendly terms, except now and then they would have some ongrv words about Henry's children, who. the neighbors say, are the worst in that section of the city. Thev say further that when they complained to Henry about the bad conduct of his children he paid no attention to the matter. Seemingly, he loved his children so well that he did not think they would do wrong. As already stated, he frequently had words with Pinkney about the children and last night the quarreling was renewed with fatal results. PLATING CHILDREN AND FIGHTING MEN. The alley in which the tragedy was enacted is inhabited exclusively by colored people. The rain had ceased to fall, and all the inhabitants of the alley were enjoying the pure fresh air after a hard day's work while their children played about the doorsteps. It took btft a few minutes to make an entire change in the scene. The children who had been playing together got into a dispute about the possession of a ball, aqd would probably have ended the quarrel in blows had not their parents inter fered. Henry came out of his house with a raw hide in his hand, and Pinkney's children disappeared. Pinkney came out to see what was the matter. The men looked at each other for a moment. "Pinkney," said Henry, "if your children don't behave themselves and let my children alone. I'll thrash them good with this whip." "What will I be doing?" asked Pinkney. He added: "Before you do that you will have to thrash me." "That wouldn't be hard to do," retorted Henry. The men were not talking as though they meant fight, but they kept walking toward each other, and a collision was apparently unavoida ble. The collision csme. First it was a vol ume of profanity, and then they came to blows. THE CONFLICT was of short duration. Pinkney received a blow from the rawhide, which was adminis tered by the man who only a minute or two before had threatened to use it on his children. One blow was all that the witnesses saw before Pinkney had gained possession of the apparently harmless weapon and was de livering ?ome |vigorous blows on the head and shoulders of Henry. None of the specta tors thought for a moment that the fight would result in serious injury to either of the com batants. The fighters then clinched and fell to the ground. In an instant they were on their feet again, and Henry was bleeding from a wound in the neck. Pinkney was com pletely prostrated, and it was with much diffi culty "that he managed to return to his house. Henry stood in the alley and was FAST BLEEDINO TO DEATH. A crowd of badly frightened colored people gathered about him. The blood was spurting from the wound, and soon his clothing was saturated from head to foot. He made an ef fort to go home, but a dozen or more voices shouted, "Run to the doctor's." Henry was then very weak from loss of blood, but the ex citement kept hnn up, and he ran to Moore's drug store, where he fell across the counter and then on to the floor. He was unconscious. The wound in his throat presented a ghastly sight. L>r. Moore was in the store when Henry entered. He saw at a glance that there was no hope for tin wounded man. Soon p.ftcrward Drs. Bayne. Fredericks. Keech and Mallan were at the si'Je of the bleeding man, but it was too late. He died before they could make an ex amination of THE WOUNDS. One wound presented the appearance of hav ing been done with a knife. There was what appeared to bo a stab wound on one side of the neck anil there was a cut extending across the throat to the opposite side of the neck. THE ABREST OF PINKNET. Policeman McMahon. who wa? attracted to the drug store by seeing the large crowd there, learned what had taken place and went in sehrch of the alleged murderer. When he retched Ruppert's court he saw Pinkney sit ting in bis house at the front window. The of ficer tapped on the window and said: "Pink ney. I want you." "All right, Mr. Mack." answered Pinkney, for he knew the officer; "you can do with me what yon please." Then he raised the window and was going to jump out to the officer, but the latter prevented him from doing so. and told him to unlock the door. Pininey did as he was told, and when the officer placed him under arrest he cried like a child and said: "Do with me what yon choose." The officer made a thorough search of the house for a knife or razor, but could find no weapon of any description. Pinkney was then locked up on a charge of murder, and the body of his victim was re moved to the morgue. Public Sale of the Alderney Dairy. The property known as Ward's Alderney dairy, on D street, between 9th and 10th streets, was sold at public sale yesterday afternoon by Thomas Bowling, auctioneer. As is well known, the property consists of a large six story building on a lot 30x187 feet. It was knocked down to Mr. Geo. A. Shehau. the lum ber merchant, for ?50.000, Mr. A. F. Kiiigsley, the president of the company now operating the Ward dairies, being the principal competi tor for the property. Mr. Shehau bought as the representative of the following . James A. Boyd. Thomas Somerville. John E. Herri 11. W. E. Clark. Chris, lleurich. Stilson Hutchins, Robert Portner, and the estate of W. W. Cor coran. There were deeds of trust on the prop erty araouuting to $50,000. and the purchasers were the holders of the trusts. It has not been decided what disposition will be made of the property by the new owners. A New Captain for Company A. First Lieut. John G. Ccwie was last night elected captain of company A. first battalion infantry. District national guard (Light Infan try). to fill the vacancy caused by the election of Capt. Dalton to the majorship. Second Lieut. Wm. N. Arnold was elected first lieuten ant and First Sergeant H. J. Keough second lieutenant. They Want to Buy the Ground. Yesterdav. Jesse C. Ergood et al. filed a bill, by Mr. R. R. Perry, against Rebecca C. Homer Machado et al. for the specific performance of a contract. The defendants are the heirs of the late Hugh Gelston. They set forth that in 1864 Gelston leased to John R. Elvans, de ceased. part of lot 3. square 381. fronting on Louisiana avenue and C street, between 9th and 10th streets, for ninety-nine years, at $367.59 per vear, with the privilege of purchas ing at iC, 126.50. They say that they having succeeded to the rights of Elvans have offered to purchase, but defendants refuse. Hence the filing of the bill. To Long Branch via B. and O.?The Bal timore and Ohio express, leaving Washington at 12:00 noon, makes direct connection for Long Branch. Baggage checked through to destination. * Choice Roses and Plants at Auction.? Thomas Dowling will sell to-morrow, at 11 o'clock, at his auction rooms, a choice consign ment of ros?s and other desirable plants. * Foa Good Real Estate Investments atten tion should be given to the sale of lots at Twraiug City, to take place at auction to morrow, May 29, at 4:30 p.m. ? m Reduced Rates to Fredericesburo on Dec oration Dat via Pennsylvania Railroad.?The Grand Army of the Republic will celebrate Decoration Day, May 30, at Fredericksburg, with appropriate ceremonies. For the benefit of those who deiire to attend, the Pennsylvania Railroad company will soil excursion tickets from Washington to Fredericksburg at #2.20 for the round-trip. The tickets will be valid for return trip until and including June 1. The train will leave Baltimore and Potomac station. 6th and B streets. 7:45 a. m? and ar rive at Fredericksburg about 10 o'clock. Re turning, special will leave Fredericksburg, May 30. at 6 p. m., and arrive Washington 8:20 p. m. ? The Pennstlvania Railroad has issued a new edition, for the season of 1889. of its very attractive illustrated Summer Routes Book. It gives about all the information summer trav elers or pleasure-seekers need is the way of routes, prices, Ae. JERSEY CITY IN LINE. Its Board of Trade Appoints a Commit tee on the Three Americas Exposition. The board of trade of Jersey City has Jnst appointed the following standing committee of five on the Three Americas exposition to be held at Washington in 1892: L. J. Gordon, president; E. M. Doane, secretary; Benjamin Edge. James O. Hacking, snd Geo. A. Heany. DISTRICT GOVERNMENT. COBBM-STOXBS BETWEEN THE THACKS. The Commissioners veiterdav afternoon heard the arguments of the Washington and Georgetown Railroad company in behalf of the use of cobble-stones on 14th* street. It will be remembered that some time ago the Com missioners msde nn order prohibiting the use of cobble-stones in paring between the rails. The Star has heretofore referred to the action of Capt. Symon9, who, a short time ago, acting under the orders of the Engineer Commis sioner, tore up a portion of the company's tracks on 14th street, because they were pav ing with cobble-stone. The company to-day was represented by President Hurt and Attor ney McKinney, who made strong arguments in favor of cobble-stones and asked that the Com missioners suspend their former order and allow the company to pave with the material which they consider beHt. The Commissioners will take the matter under consideration and give their decision in a few days. MISCELLANEOUS. The Commissioners have ordered that the Solice arrest all persons engaged in making a umping ground of O street, near 1st street northwest. American Fraternal Circle. A new council of the order of the American Fraternal Circle was organized last evening in Woun's hall, 721 6th street northwest, by Chas. W. 8. Banks, of Baltimore, the supreme secre tary of the order, assisted by Mr. Fred. E. Woodward, deputy supreme chancellor, of this city. The following officers were elected and installed: Past chancellor, Fred. E. Wood ward; chancellor, Chas. L. Patten; vice-chan cellor. Mrs. S. G. Woodward: herald, Dr. G. W. Fercron; secretary, M. P. Caldwell; treasurer. Erastus C. Johnston; sentinel. Wm. W. Everett. Mr. Banks made a long and interesting address to the members upon the merits and workings of the order, which was listened to with marked attention. The new council, which will be known as Golden Council, No. 47, will meet in | Wonn's hall every Monday evening in June. The charter lint comprises forty-five names. RRR OO Y Y A T. RROOYY AA L RRR O O YY A A L R K O O Y AAA L K K OO Y A A LUX BBB A K K II NX !V GOO B B AA K K II NN N O O BBB A A KK II N N N G B B AAA K K II N NN G OO BBB A A K K U N NN GOO PPP OO WWW DDD KEK RRR P P O O W W W W D D E R R PPP O O WW WW D D EE RRR P O O WW WW DDE R R V OO W W DDD EEE R K ABSOLUTELY PVRB. Tht? powder n?T?r varies. A marvel of purity, strength, and wliolesomeness. Mere economical than the ordinary kindi, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low-test, short-weight alum or phosphate powder. tmlv in cam. lioxal. LtaJC l>'o Powi>*ji Co.. 100 Wuli street* S. If. Ianl2-m,tu,tli&l Mothers W ho Ljove their children, who take pride in their beauty, purity, and health, ard in bestowing upon them a child's greatest inheritance, ? skin without blemish, and a I body nourished by uure blood, should not fail to make | trial of the CUTICCRA REMEDIES, the purest, best, and most economical cure for all humors of the akin, acalp and blood, 3 India Sii.ks India (Jhallies. INDIA bll.KS, ueweststyl-s, excellent assortment, value 02 V. Price reduced t > 50c. FANCY SILKS. 37W\, 4U<\, 45c., .">Oc. Beautiful new style LAW N S, 5c. INDIA CHALL11.S, new French styles. 10c. liLACK St'ICAH hlLKS. .">Oc., 02c.. 7,'ic. HANDSOME SA'l IEENS, French styles, 12*c. LONSDALE CAMBRIC, very hnest quality, luc. Cut.AM ALBA'TRUSS, pure wool, double width, 37Wc. 11 11. i'IT OF THE LOOM, yard wide, cotton, 8Hc. BLACK SlLKn. excellent quality; 87c., 41. INDIA CHALLlEs, French styles, yard wide, 15c. VALUABLE PRESENTS lor Cash Customers. Select one of the following pr< acuta with a purchase of 43 A j.?ir of large size Damask Towels, worth 75 cts a hall dozen tiu? llatnank Napkins, worth 75c.; a pair of bilk Embroidered Corsets, 75c. CARTERS. Cash Store, 711 MARKET SPACE, Near 7tli st. FRENCH SATTF.ENS very finest quality, 25c. . HENRIETTA CASHMERES, pure wool, widedouble width, i holee sv'.iiix Shades, price reduced 45c. PLAID DRESS GOODS, choice styles, wide double width,pure wool, price reduced 37&c. Hr.NUIEl ! AS. Eleirant Dress Goods, nearly one VMd and 1 half wide, pure w ool, choice French shades price reduced to 50c., cash value 75c. CASHMERE SHAWLS, Cream, Cardinal, and Blue 41.25. V VI.CABLE I'HFSFN'TS for Cash Customers. Sclictoue of the toilow lug presents with a purchase ol elo or inure. A lars-e sue hHuusoiue Bridal Quilt, wortu 41.50; a duMB tine Damask Napkins, veith .?1.5o,i r 1 wo pairs vf large size tine Damask lovtels. A-iitii 41.50. .Nil CHLUii, out the very lowest prices for Cash. my 20 w e Are Going TO MAKE ALTERATIONS In our store. We must reduce our stock of Stamped Linens. Every piece in the bouse reduced, I>em isle 1 ru>s, stumped, at 19c. ()\-cu-hoi k urlaai ll*e. Open-work Momie Cloth, 39c. Hemstitched Scarfs, 75c. Womie Cloth Bibs, 10c.; three for 25c. Chair Scarfs, lf>c. Over 1,000 other handsome linen pieces reduced. Work commenced in all the new styles free of charge. VevLcil Paitern Center Cloths, with one doien Dojlies to match, stamped. <2.50. New England Table Cover, stumped, 25c. Hope Siik in 100 shades. Bolton Sheeting Co\ers, new designs, 50c. Bed-Spreada and Shams ia new designs. 8. OPPENHEIMER * BRO? DECORATIVE ART ROOMS. mh30-eo3m 614 9th street n.w. Xhe Oreatest Of All CLOTHING SALES AT 812 F ST. N.W. Look over this array of price* and wonder. Children's Sailor Suits, gray aud brown, only 09c. Children's Scotch Plaid Suits. iltfc., ages 4 to 14 years Flrst-claM Suits oi All-wool material 41.25, ?1 37. 91.flZ.41.M7. 42 12,42.25 and 42 50. Fine Dress Suit*. 4i.50. 4*. mid 410. kllegatit Prince Albert Sulta, Cutaway andSack Suits at 411.75. worth 425. G. A. R. Suits, guaranteed fast color, 47.50. Al paca Coats, 7Sc. Come at ones and secure some of the greatest of all bargains, at H. FRIEDLANDER'S, SI 2 F, Six Door* fromOtblt. P. 8.?Bear in mind the number. mhl-3m Mackinaw Straw Hats. Fine English Split Straw Hat*. Boys' Straw Hats. 50c . 41. 41-25. Ladles' Sailor Hate, 41. 4125. $1.50. Derby HaU In Colon, 42.50, 43.50, 44. and 45. Paul C -aaimere Dree* Hate, 43.50. 45. La Toeca Umbrella* 43.50,45. Tennia Outfit*. B. H. STINEMETZ k SONS, my25 1237 Psuna. are W ALTER'8 P ATINT metallic shingles And COOPER'S BROAD BIB ROOFING, Made from Copper, Tin, and Steel Plate. For public and private building*, barn*, and outhoueea. Abso lutely nin, etorm. and fire-proof, eaaily applied, ar tistic in finish, without any exception* the BEST IK THE WORLD. Catalogues free. Addree* NATIONAL SHEET METAL ROOFING CO , 510 East 20th el. New York city- or WE L. HODGKIN4, Agent tor thi* District, 083 W *t B.W. ap20-ee3m It Costs Lisa On the question of reel economy Hood's Sersaperilla la so far ahead of other preparation* aa to plaoe them entirely out of the race aa com pa tl term. Here are facta la regard to this popular snedlrtne, easily susceptible of conclusive proof. 1. Hood'e Saraaparllla Costa the Manufacturer More than any other competing preparation, because It la more highly concentrated and contain* more real medicinal value 2. It Coata the Jobber More, a* sCconsequence of the fact Just stated. 3. It Costa the Retail Druggtat more, for the eame reason?a* can eaaily be learned by Inquiry. Hdnce the desire of some retailer* to eell their own preparationa, which coat them less. and for which they get the same price, thus making more money. But 4. It Coats the Conaumer LESS than any other med icine, because of its greater concentrated strength, and the quantity In each bottle, and because it is the only preparation of which can be truly said, "100 Doaea One Dollar." That the people appreciate this Is shown by the fact that Hood's Sersaperilla has The Largest Sale of any saraaparllla or blood purifier. It posaeaaea peculiar merit and effects wonderful curee. A POINT FOR YOU. ?When yon buy your spring medicine yon want the best. Ask for Hood's Sarsaperilla, and inaist upon having it. Do not let any argument or perauaaion in fluence you to buy what you do not want. Be sure to get the ideal spring medicine. HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA 8old by sll druggists. #1; six for to. Prepared only by 0. I. HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. 100 DOSES ONE DOLLAR. 4 Great Hat Sale AT K K II lis * 000 m .ss? KK IINNNGG"2B KK II N N N O *88, KK II N N If O GO ? 2 K K II N UK OOO BSSs PPP A L A CCO EEB P P AA L AA O O K PPP A A L A A C EB P AAA L AAA O O E P A A LLLL A A OOO EEB ? 814 Seventh 8treet Northwest. Remember Name and Number. Store extends from 7th to 8th streets. TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS at the fol lowing prices: TRIMMED HATS. Trimmed Hats, former rrice <5; are now reduced to r-'.so. Trimmed Hata, former price ?7. are now reduced to S3.50. Trimmed Hats, former rrice t9; are now reduced to #4.75. UNTRIMMED HAT& Leghorn Hats, former price $1.49; are now reduced to 74c. Children's H.its, all shapes and colors, former price $1; are now reduced to 45c. Children's Hats, all shapes and colors," former price 75c.; are now reduced to 35c. Children's Sailors, all colore, at 14c. Ladies' Vntrimmed Hats, all shapes and colon, former price $1.50; are now reduced to 75c. Ladies' Cutritumed Hats, all shapes and color*, former price $1; are now reduced to 49c. Ladies' Straw Hats, former price 75c.; are now reduced to 38c. Ladies' and Misses' Straw Hata, former price 50c.; are now reduced to 25c. Our entire stock of Hata must be sold, ao come early and get your choice. Remember name and number, and be sura you conic to K K II UN N OUO "? K K II NN N O O " KK II N N N O K K II N NN G GO K K II N NN UGO PPP A L A CCC P P AA L AA C C PPP A A L A A C P AAA L AAA C C P A A LLLL A A COO 814 SEVENTH STREET N.W, DT" Store extends from 7th to 8th streets. SSSS sss8 sss8 EKE K EE E EEB 719 BARGAINS IN 719 HEMSTITCHED FLOUNCINGS AND BLACK DRAPERY NETS. WE HAVE NOW IN STOCK AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF THESE VERY DESIRA BLE GOODS, WHICH CANNOT BE EX CELLED IN STYLE AND FINISH. PRICES THE LOWEST OF THE SEASON. BLACK, BLACK AND WHITE AND WHITE DRESS GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY AT EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES. GREAT BARGAINS IN ALL-LINEN, FANCY-BORDERED HANDKERCHIEFS. ASK TO SEE THEM AND COMPARE QUALITY AND PRICE. FEW MORE OF THOSE FINE FANCY FRENCH RIBBONS, 8ECCRE THEM WHILE YOC CAN. STOCK COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPART MENT. RELIABLE GOODS AND LOW PRICES AT E. G. DAVIS'. 719 MARKET SPACE. myie-lm Accused Of Selling the BEST CLOTHING for ttfe leaat money, and fol lowing prices will convince you: ?10 SUIT FOR 15.50. ? 12 " " $0.25. ?15 " M ?7.87. ?17 " " 98.45. ?18 M M <9.73. ?20 " " ?10.50. Prices cut In all Fine Suits, and it is an established fact that our prices are lower than elsewhere. Children's Suits 99c. to ?7.7&. 139 Office Coats left 18c. 86 pair Knee Pants left 14c. 190 pair All-Wool Pants, aold for <3 87, 92. FOB TIN DAYS ONLY. DISCOUNT STORE. 920 7th St H.W? bet I and K mlS-lm Mora ruts Are now abundant, warning parsons to look after their Fan. For a small percent upon their value we clean and insure them against all damage. B. H. 8TINEMETZ * SONS. my?6 1237 Pease. *ve. CITY ITEMS. A Special Bargain Sale this Week Th? 8ta? Shok Horse. 726 7th ?t Men's Tennis Shoes, 40c. Ladies' Tennis Shoes. 40c. Boys' Tennis Shoes. 40c. Ladies' Rnseet Ties. 75e. Misses' Ruseet Ties. 75c. Children's Russet lies. 60c. Men's Russet Ties. #1.48. Ladies Genuine Dongola Button Shoes, com mon sense or opera stvle, reduced to tl.25; worth f8. Men s Fine Calf, button, lace, or congress, styles. *1.75; cheap at S3. Bovs and Youths' Shoes, button or lace, all at #1; worth double the money. ^Misses' Dongola Kid Spring Heels down to Children's Kid Spring Heels. 69c.: worth 61. Infants' Kid Shoes. 80c.; actual value, 50c. And lots of other bargains too numerous to mention at Thb Stab Sho? Horse. " _ 726 7th St. 4'Yea, I Guess Not!" You never saw its equal. A. crinkled seer sucker outing shirt, plain or pleated bosom, for 43 cents. A dozen colors or more to select from and many designs. 48 cents is our price. It Frasc, Oxe Price, Cor. 7th and D. Summer Styles only 20c. Bazar Dress maker, illustrating and describing the latest styles. Opfexheimeb. 514 9th st. n.w. It Great Slaughter in prices to-morrow at 8. \\. Aioenstein's. 817. 819 and 821 7th st. n.w. Read list of goods almost given awav. Our $9 Carriages down to 85.28; our $ 17 Car riages reduced to *10.98; our entire line of $;!0. $25 and $27 Carriages all reduced to $14.29 JJa gal- Water Coolers 67c.; 2 gal. 97c.; 3 gal.' $1.29; 4 gal. $1.68;6 gal. $2.32; Hammocks 07c.; 1 doz Tea Spoons 10c.; H doz. Flint Table Tumblers 15c.; Water Buckets 10c.; Gilt Picture Frames 29c.. worth 75c.: Oil Stoves and Lamps combined 71c.; $3 Oil Stoves reduced to *1 57 $4.50 Stoves only $2.63; $5.50Stores only $3^74* Metallic-bottom Wash Boilers 48c.; 2 quart Gem Ice Cream Freezers $1.29; 3 qt. $1 54- 4 qt. $1.92; 6 qt. $2.41; K doz. Scolloped Ice Cream Saucers lie. lion t purchase vour trunks and valises until you examine our stock and prices. . A Month's Luxury for Two Cents. For 2 cents Colgate A Co.. 55 John st., N. Y.. will mail you a sample of Demulcent Shaving Soap. my28-tu,f-2w Silk Fringes, new shades, made to order. 14 Uppexheimer. 514 9th st. n.w. We Mean Business. Wocha nnd Java coffee, 30c.; the finest 50c. tea in America; splendid table butter. 25c.; sardines, potted meats, fresh crackers, mild wines, 4c.. for pic nic supplies on Mav 30. M. 4 P. Metzger. the live grocery men. 417 7th st. n.w. It* Harrison's New Inauguration March, onlv 5c. a copy. Feeney'a Music Store, 515 9th st. n.w. It* Use Nectar Coffee-Pot. Don't drink bit ter tannic acid like doses of medicine. It* Washington Safe Deposit Co., 91G Pa. ave. Safes rented; $5 per year. my4-4m Peerless Dyes Are the best Sold by druggists. m20-3m Our N EW BuiLDING RAPIDLY NEARING COMPLETION. What shall be done with our present stock contained at 315 7th street? FURNITURE, CARPETS. UPHOLSTERY GOODS. ON MONDAY MORNING, MAY 27, We inaugurate AN IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE Of everything- we have in the house, consisting of full stocks of FURNITURE, CARPETS, AND UPHOLSTERY FABRICS. IN THE FURNITURE DEPARTMENT. 23 Oak bed-room Sets, consisting of Dresser, Wash stand, and Double Bed, 19 dollars and 85 cents, made at Grind Rapids, and solid In every respect. Price formerly $33. 18 Oak Bed-room Sets, ? pieces, ?23.85. Especially made for us, and differs from preceding suit in having a larger and more commodious dresser. This set is sold generally for ?37. 12 Fine Bed-room Suits, 3 pieces. $59.65. Reduced from $85. and must be sold; they wiil sell on sight; we lose considerably by offering them, but go they must. Do you need a Hall Tiflv Cheffonier? Writing Desk? Mantel Cabinet? Musif Ra?\> Bookcase? Cylinder Desk? Flat Top Desk? Poldiny Bed? or anything m the line of Furniture? If you do, call and see us. We will make the prices to cause you to buy. PARLOR SUITS, PARLOR SUITS, PARLOR SUIT3. Fifty-nine Dollanrand Eighty-five Cents will buy a magnificent French Tapestry Suit, of five pieces. If you prefer tne eame Suit in Silk Plush we can give it. $.->9.85, $59.85, $50.85, $59.85. These Suits we made during the dull season, and are covered with the finest Tapestry and Plush rem nants taken out of our upholstery stock , heuce the price; they are worth $110. It would do us good to have you look st them. Hair Mattresses. 40 pounds, we will sell at $8.85. Woven Wire Mattresses we will sell at $3. Cane-seat Chairs we will sell at 90c. Cane-seat Rockers we will sell st $1.75. Tables, highly polished in all woods, $1.50. Window Shades, Plain on Patent Fixtures, 22c Dado " 33c." Curtain Poles in all woods, 21c. " Chains we will sell at 9c. 100 Rockers in Oak, Cherry, and Walnut will go at 83.25. They have a Keed Back, comfortable in the ex treme, and will sell jell rapidly at $3.25. 100 Large Rockers in Oak, Cherry, and Walnut will go at $3.75. They have a Reed Back, comfortable in the extreme, and will sell rapidly at $3.73. I lOn Monday morning we sell our entire stock of Fig ured Enameled Furniture Jacquardat 10 cents per yard. We bought them last year; paid .'<5 cents for them, but being too high in price their sale was slow. We will make them go faster by selling them at 10 cents per yard. Do you need any covering for your Furniture? If so. look at them. On Monday morning our Important Clearing Sale takes place of everything we have iu the house. It will pay you to call. JULIUS LANSBURCH, m> 2"? 315 7th st SwEEPlfc Reductions. w. M. SHCSTER & SONS. ALL-WOOL PRINTED ALBATROSS, DOUBLE WIDTH, REDUCED TO 25c. PRINTED MOHAIRS REDUCED TO 25c. OUR WHOLE STOCK OF FINEST FRENCH SAT TEENS REDUCED TO 25c. ALL-WOOL FRENCH CHALL1S REDUCED TO 50c. PRINTED INDIA SILKS. FINEST GRADE. 27 INCHES WIDE, LIGHT AND DARK COLORS, RE DUCED TO 750. THESE ARE THE SAME GOODS THAT HAVE BEEN SOLD FOR $1.25. THEY ARE CHEAPER IN PROPORTION THAN COTTON GOODS. THE GREATEST BARGAIN OF THE SEASON. BLACK CHANTILLY FLOUNCING, AT $2.00, WORTH $3.00. NEW MOIRE SASH RIBBONS, CASHMERE AND SILK SHAWLS. AT VERY LOW PRICES. FULL STOCK OF GENTLEMEN'S NEGUGE SHIRTS IN BEAUTIFUL STYLES. w. M. SHCSTER k SONSl my 18 V1B PENN. AVE. N.W. GRATEFUL?COMFORTINOL iPPS'S COCOA BREAKFAST. -By a thorough knowledge of the natural law* which rovern the operations of digestion and nutrition, sod ty a careful application of the fine properties of well selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately navored beverage which may aave ua many heavy doctors' bills. It la by the Judi iicua use of such articles of diet that a constitution mar be gradually built up until strong scough to re sist every tendency to diseaae. Hundred of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack wher ever there la a weak point. We may escape many a fatal abaft by keeping ourselves well torUfied with jgurshlood^and a properly nourished frame. "?CM Made simply with boiling water or milk bold only tobalf-pooiMi tins by grocers. labeled thus JAMES EPFS * CO- Honuaopethic Jy21-m.t?ns Loudon, AMUSEMENTS. GRAND MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT. May Qam and Coll.?auy oi Nations by Um pupils of Miss JuliaJtodel. _ RATIONAL R1F1.E8' HALL, FRIDAY EVXXTNG, MAY 3171888 Admission, 5oc.; Children, 25c. Tickets to b? had at the door. mj"2S-4t* ?|AIRT-MAID DRILL " By C\am No. ? of the Sunday School of the rirst ptlst Church. at the Church. 13th st~between Gsod H ste.. WEDNESDAY, MAY 29,1889. at 7 30 p. m Ticket*, lftcent?. It* THE "ALERT" AND ?'WILMOT' BASK BALL clubs Will play two games at OLYMPIC PARK. GEORGETOWN. on DECORATION D\Y, to decide the championship of the District The beat amateur plavers will particulate. Games called at 10 a m. and 4 p. m. Admiaaion 15 ceuu. Benefit diaabled player*. It* ^LBAUGITS GRAND OPERA HOUSE Evenlnrsat 8:1V Matinee Saturday. Special Matinee Decoration I'm* THE LAMuNT OPERA CO. Under tne management of Mr Nat Roth. THE MIKADO HELEN LAMONT. Alice Carle. Laura MU'.ard Mi* bella Baker, Wm. Pruett. Oe--> Travrrner. Sig broco Uni. Geo Brodcrlck, Louis DeLnnge General admission, 25c.. Reserved seats, 50 and ?5c Kext Week?AMORITA. mr27 Q.RAND CONCERT ^ THE CHURCH OF OUR FATHER. Comer 13th and L a.m.. FRIDAY. MAY 31ST, S PM MESSRS. MORSELL. HENRY XANDFF, SZEMYLF.NI, ELI HONZO YOrSOS, i Misses Griey .M'tzger and Hendrie. Mra. Gibson. Messrs. E J Whipple. Whitaker, Pumuhrwy and V.C Calley. and the uuartette fr ma the Franz Abt CI will take part in the program. Ticket a, 25c. my27-5t H aiuus- bijou theater. Week commencing Monday. May?? Closing WVek of the Season. Matinees Tuesday. Thursday and Sat urday. Grand Si*iisl Matinee on Decoration Day. The great artist, MR. FRANK KILDAl', Sup;*, rted by a great company, in the great play, STREETS OF NEW YORK Union Square by Moonlight, Fire Points. Baxter Street, Bro klyn Bridge, A Real Firo Erncine ou the Stage, Hose Carts. Fire Apparatus, etc. tjrpKICES AS L'SL AL._gt my27 Globe theater, Penna are., near 11th at. Matinees Tuesday, Wednesday. Friday and Saturday. FIRST-CLASS VARIETIES. Afternoon at 2 Night at 8 o'clock. Admission, 10. 20 and 30c. my27 -tit K ERNAN'S THEATER AND GARDEN. 11th street, south ot Pennsylvania ave. SIX DAYS' FEMALE WALKING MATCH. GO As YOU PLEASE. Mile. Tobias, Bella Killbury, Bessie Macbeth and 10 Beautiful Lady Walkers. 10 M;let Nee. -sary for a Place CONCERT IN SUMMER GARDEN. Admission to all 25 cents. Everyday, 12 noon to 12 midnight. nay 27 ONER LECTI RES-' EUlt THE~DISCOVERY OF new facta lor the advancement oi medicine." A lecture ia this course ? Ml be delivered by Prof Har rison Alien. M. D.,in the lecture hall of the National J.lus um, WEDNESDAY evening. May !W, lssy Subject: Theclinical study oi the sku.i, especially un dertaken in connection with the morbid conditions of the Jaws, nasal chambers and pbarsii x. S P. LANGLY", tny25-4t* Frest Board 1 r ? - Buy your pen-mar tickets and avoid the rush on the morning ol the 1 icursi. n by Nel son Dlrision, over the B. and O. R. R. Train leaves promptly at 8 o'clock a. m., stopping at station cor. Boundary st. and New York avenue, and at Silver Springs Station. Tickets round trip. $1.50: children tinder 12 years 75cetits. Tickets for sale St the B and O. ticket otllces and at the following places: N. Bum h No. 50 H at. n.w.: J. H. Mills * Co.. 314 8th st.n w.; J \V Hardell. cor. 9th and P streets n.w.. and W. 8. Grif fith, m?rket, cor. 5th and K sts. n.w. Returning, the excursion will leave Pen-Mir at 5 p.m. my2">-4t SICAL AMD RAINBOW FETE, V. aehiiigtou City Orphan Asylum. Be nefit of Cooking- class. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY EVENINGS. May 28 slid 29. Operetta "Red Riding Hood." and "Kitchen Garden Drill" etch evening. Refreshments from ?> to 1U p. in., at the Homo, cor. 14th and S streets n.w. Admis sion 25c. my25-4t* HE CVCLERIES, 140(1 N Y AVE -7 FORMS OF PsYCHO CYCLES, suitable for both sexea. Si-n ial hours for teachiiiK LAD11S. Opeu till 10 p.m. Boys' and Misses Safety Bicycles. all makes. il.y 1 / M" W ASHIXGT0N RIDING ACADEMY. Special arrangements can be made at considerably reduced rates during the summer months for lessons in ring and riding on road For particulars apply at Office of Academy, 22d and P sts. u.w. iuyl4-lm AY WASHINGTON SCHUF-TZEN VEREIN. The lieautiful park uti Seventh-street road is now blooming in the full glory of si ting. It is the only place in the District where?safe from intruders?festi vals. vardeu parties and pic -nivson a lai ve scale may be held. The park will be rente.! to responsible parties by the nuilersiirued Messrs. John Hockmeyer, V. P.. and Christ. Kupi^rt. treasurer. Mr Alex. Ebert. the caterer of the park, is also well prepared to entertain dinner parties, (irivate or offi cial) at reasonable rates, guaranteeing the best and choicest tlitt markets oiler. SIMON* WOLF, Preaident. REINH0LD SPRINGSGI TH. Secretary. my2-lm B ATTLE OF B UI. L RUN. ADMISSION. apl7-3m 25c. F. S. WIIXIAMS Co. DRUGGISTS, UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE Corner 9th aiul F sts n w.. Are Retailing at Actual Wholesale Prices, as shown by the following partial list: QUININE. 1 Capsulti 1 doien 1-grain Capsufes 3c. 1 dozen 2-grain Capsules 5c. 100 2-graiu Capsi.les 40c. 1 dozen 3-grain Capsules <c. 100 3-grain Capsule* o.>c. 1 doren 5-grain Capsules 12c. 100 5-grain Capsults 9*V. 100 grains Quimne. Powers Weightman 20c. The Deal Triple Lxtracls in bulk 35c. per ok. Red. Reg. Price. Price. Allcock's Porous Plasters W German Pore*us Plasters. 10c. 13 for -J --0 Ajer's Sarsapunlla 09 Ayer s Cherry Pectoral 8 J A 00 Ayer's Hair \igor ?? A)er'sCathartic Pills lj? Bay Rum, Imported, laige bottles -0 Uoviuine, auiall size 45 00 Bovinine, large aize 09 1 00 Bull's Cough Syrup 18 -.o Brown's Jam. Ginger 3.> oo Williams'Jam. Ginger ? 30 50 i Benson's Csiiine Plasters. 13c.; 2 for.. ~o .??? W llllaiub' I'.lieuinutic Planters 10 Za j Cuticur* Soap 15 Cutuura Ointment ???? p" Ctiticura Resolvent t>9 100 CashmereBouuuctSe.it' -1 ? 1 Carter's Little Liver lills. 13c.. 2 for.. ~'J \\ llliainfe' Little Liver 1 .lis, the best? 10 2o Carurick's Soluble l'< u?l. M>-d _ ^0 Carnrick's Soluble Food, large ? OJ 100 California Fig Syrup 50 Ely'a Creum Balm 3.J _ 50 Effervescing 15iMn.oc?ffe.n 75 100 Fellow's SSTue Hvixipcosphites i?i 150 Williams' Com.SyrupHypopiiosphiles- 75 100 Hip liltteis, per Boltle C7 1 Oil Hostetter's Bitters til? 1 00 Head's Sarsajianua. 0i? 100 Horstord's Acid Pliospliaien, si!'ill 35 no Horslord's Acid 1'hospliates. large 0" 1 IN' HofTs Malt (Tarrant's) US 3.? Hull's Malt (Eisut'k) 30 40 Humvhrev's SiKsitics. Nos. 1 to 15 1.? 2-> Hunyadi Water, per Bottie 25 3.t Hanson's Corn S?lve, 9c., 3 for 2o 15 Iron Bitters, per Bottle all 1 OO Melliu's I ood, lie r Bottle ,a Neslie's Milk Food 38 5o l'ear's Soap, i**r Cake 12 20 Pond's Exti act, pel Bottle 34 50 Pise's Cough Syrup 18 25 Prussian Cough Syrup... 15 25 Parker's Hair Balsam 35 50 Pierce's Golden Med. Disc..very ttst j 00 Pierce's Favorite Prescription 09 1 00 Pierce's Purgative Pelletts 15 25 Schetck's Pills, per box 15 25 S S. S., small size 87 1 00 S. S. 8.. large size 1 17 175 Sauford's Cataarh Cure 75 1 00 Scott's Emulsion Cod Liver Oil C7 100 larrant's Seltzer Aperient #9 1 00 Vaseline, Pure, small size 05 10 Vaseline, Pure, large size 08 15 Vaaeline, Pure, the largest bottles 15 25 Vaseline Pomade, per Bottle 10 20 Warner's Safe Pills, per Bottle 15 25 W arner's Kidney and Liver Cure 85 125 W yeth'sBeef Iron and Wine tJa I 00 Williams' Beef Iron and Wine ifresht and the Best 00 1 00 Wilbor's Cod Liver Oil and Lime 09 100 Williams' Phosphstic Emulsion, the best, (frMh* in pint bottles 70 1 00 Water of Ammonia, Full Strength 10 25 W illiams' Con.p. Sarsaparilla 50 | W illiams' Boss Tooth Powder 2o Williams' Quime snd Rum Hair Tonic . 50 Handoline is unequalfd as a beautifler of the com plexlon: an indistinutile requisite to the Ladles, Toilet i it renders the skin white, smooth and aoft, and prevents chapping. Every lady should use It Per bottle, 25c. Rheumalgla, an infallible external remedy for Neu ralgia. Headache and Toothache. It never fails to givs Immediate relief in the most obstinate cases. Give It a trial. 25c PRESCRIPTIONS. Our prices for present tione have been reduced In Sroportlon to oilier goods. We use only the purest rugs and ch*-miesls fiom the most reliable manufac turers. We eheenully invite a careful inspection of this department Ly the | hysictana. Don't mistake the place?THE TEMPLE DRUG El ORE, under Masonic Temple, corner bth and T sts. mh2S-eo F. S. WILLIAMS k CO. Proprietors. The Finest MEAT-FLAVORING STOCK. LIEBIG COMPANY'S SXTBACT OP MEAT. USE IT FOB SOUPS, BEXP TEA. SAUCES, AND MADE DISHES Genuine only with facsimile of Justus too UiMf*a SIGNATURE IK BLUK UK LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT OO. L**dl aS-tu.th LECTRICITT IN A BOTTLE - ?U EXCURSIONS, PICNICS5, f .J.RAND EIV Lh QCFMIOI V* OK DECORATION DAT. thtrsdat. MAT SO. 1( The palatial steamer. T. V. ARROWS MIT H. Rebuilt and refumithed thr-.ucbont capacity. 1.500. | ferry wharl at 10 am : arrlwse i Clifton Beach at 1 p.m. Shore D'Jtoar eerrad in c*!t from 5 to 5 p.m. Prof Plstorio** Bra*? ! Str ;ur Band ail! 1 the Music on steamer and Dau.-in* Fsvu.ioti FARE. ROUXD-TR1I. :** cnu, CHILDREN. 25 . ta.| C m. RIDLEY, (too. Manaarsr. tWN. I^4UWN BEACH. with toA&y Daw a tractl' na and Imp verne* ?*, wliw ? -r-;ially opened] JUNE 30. under entir. Xew Mau**"emeut. my?H-St emm DIXIE MtKLS BOCRLY TRIP* To! nn*t riv, : : I \ . luidinss, Ms} .to Firstr tr;p S a. m h .:.d tiii'. i T fty n> ? plwasutw I boateforLire CI MB KLAM>'S B>>A1 Horsl o?| ol Kitu.n . and Hisli at . m> THIRD AN N t \! > X?'l I'.sMN OF 1HE IMpm Club, on ttie '-'SUli . to Marshall Hail lilMMH R ^ Corvorau leave* the wharf at tt p. m. atir^. I Ticket* 50c. irttjl* I C/OLOXUL BeaCH rnder m* Tr.siiaeremcnt. First (Vend exewntoa of tlu, rm K?l . May SOth.oa the popular stesr ef| Jtur IbarlfV. leaves Mn l,? nson > ?l.*r: f > i ot7t street. 0o. ..vk ?barj U'.'^ali nit '. ?> I n. hour* at tb" l<ea I. B- am.*, lathiiif. ftshin*. and I era. A in. . at si. l.buei '? -?: ved at | the hotel. Tickets, roiul trip. 50 eta. SH tRl'LEbtt kio . Props Ortrai.izaiiouacau make librrwi term tor chatter* by an i.wi*t to R. H. EVaXS, tuy2S-tif lH'.'l ? street n.w. DH'OkVII \ I'.U A, IA?' Mt ItKK PICXIO. parti..* la Tak. ma park will be eerved with luacal by thr Indies of the h|-i*copal chUK-h. tr m 13 o'clock until ?>. in the w,H.d? near the lu* cabin. Mu?l"el en tertainment and spuon drill In the *\"t itar n.y .'5 :il* | 'IM1EYOLNG PEOPL~E'n I M N. "F 4TH HT M. X i church. Villi ?nve aa ??i jwod to WaahUMTtoA rrve, IBl'KSDAi. May 3". lk?'i "licketa.edu.ta. O.'i <-t*. Children. under 12 > ~ar?. SS eta. 1 rain* leave B. and O depot at 0, 10 Jo a. ui. . I V.' 30 ftba 4 30 p. m. m>U j-4t* Boston by sea. Men-bantu and Miner*' Tran?portatk>D Co. Steaniatutw aail 1 r>>m Baltimore ?ia Norfolk to Boaton Ever} Monday and I hui-adav, 4 o'cloek p. m. - latum unmrysaaid. Fare, tne i ulintt lueaU xi.d uiaiu ?al.?.to. stateroom berths. * 1j'' rvi.uJ tru i .. t fi'wr k atatv rociu bet tha. 114 r.'Ul>d trip, f .*&. for further in lot uiation aee cirv ulara at all th<. iiotala in ^aabinctoo, or apply to? A. L. HCOOINS. General Ajreut, Lone Do. k. BaUunora. Telel hone Baltimore "47. uiyWSiu O^BX AOCOI XT OF THE INCLEM1.XCY OT the vmatner the Ilcnic of the lukLvwn Cireia hao been puatpoued until TL'L9>DA1. May V8, at VSHlNoTON 1'AKK (tornierly (iuethier?, t at^ bft 13tb and 14tb s e ). 1 it leu bearing date ol May 540 Will t?e rood lor tbla date, l"nie Bowliuir. llUiicby Prol. Caldwell Ttt-Ot* Rm f|VEB VIEW FOB lhH? RAbHIXOTOXlAXS' MtTdT POPn.AR RESORT. t>teainer M AKY M ASHI.XtiToX. SucJaya. t? i trip*. l<aviu* ?! 10 ? ui and 3 p ra. Returning at 2 and s p.m. lititU, l!oc. Cuiuu.enc wk Sunday, June 'J. Moudaya? Two tnpa, leaving at 9 30 a m and ?i 30 p IU. Keturtun* at 5 and It 30 p.iu. lick eta, ^jo. Commencing Monday. June 10 \tt<liieada)e-lwo tnpa. leu', in* at 0 30 a.ui and (> .40 p.m. KcturuinK ?t ."> and 11 .10 I in. lleki ta, ZSc. Couimencuut vt edueada), J uue j. Fumil) day every tiaturdav Leaving at 10 a m Re tnri.ii.ir at 5 p.m. Ticketa, lOe. Comtneueinc Satur day . J une 1 Prol iTuctor'a Dancimr School Reunion every Satur day ? veninif.contii.eiiciiMr Mturday. Juna 1 Lent in< at 0 30 p ui. Rcturtiin* at 1130 p.iu Tieketa. 'J5"'. Dancing doa'j ai d tiaek and at the rroundaonall tri| > eaeept tjundays ^ in Braaa baiid on >unday. 1 itie dintier anrt ?api-*-r fumiahed oil the rrounda tor 50e These irroundk have a line avriteh Lack railway and all other populai ainuaeiueiiUi. I L- ew aiuor ?ilt be chartered or a liberal per eiua?re all.'*. J on ticket* Sold by KO. leiiea. tc. N > objectionable panic* allowed ou aiij ol the above tnpa. iny-d t. 8. RAXDALL. Proprietor. D ECORATIOX DAY AT KIVER VIEW. THURSDAY. May 30. THREE TRIPS. 8teamer MARY WASHIXOTOX will leave at 0 30*. Bi- 1 p.m., and 5 30 p.m. Daucintr down and back and at the (round* all day. Tickets?Oentlemau and L*dy. 50c.; Lady's ticket, 25c.; Children, between S and 12. 25c.. Oontleman'a tickets, 50c. Xo objectionable parties allowed. E. 8. RANDALL, myl8.?2.'J3.gr.,g7.?B.??>.30-8t Proprietor. Mot'XT ^ EP.XOX. Steamer W. W CORCORAX. Capt. L L Biake leave! 7th ?t wharf daily (except hunclaj > lor Mount \ ernon. leaving at il) a.iu . reachiuir VtaaLintftou about 3 .10 p. m. fare, round-trip, f 1, including admiaaion to tfTounda and maualou. MARSHALL HALL. Steamer W W. COKCOttAN leaves Tth ?t wharf daily for Marshall Hall, leaving at 10 a m., reactunc Maah ln<rton about J 301 .m. Sundaya? two ti n* - bavin* at 10 30 a.m. and " 30 pm.. reaclune- Waahiu^tonat 2 and 7:30 p.m. Fare, round-uip, Uoe. my 17 ROMANTIC OOOOCl AX FALL8 ? THE 1 new steam yacht BAk'IHOLDI leaves ShenC a ttharf 0 a n._ . n Mondays. Wednesdays and Fndaya for occoauau Falla, tfivinlt 3 bourt- to enjoy the iuc?t beautltui scener}'. holiuu.'. Ac.. ou the Potoiuac Fare, ."?Oe. Muuc. stuppiuer at Alexandria. Arrive on retura at 7 p.m. W. W UlLtS, Curtain. Inyl7 tojtlli t ' HLAI FALLS AXD CABIN JOHN BRIDGE. V J New Steam Packet \ ALLLY l"OH(iK m?ke? regu lar tripe cn Sunday, l uesdiy. Ihurnds) and Saturday, leaving High and Canal su., ueoryetown, at b a.m. Fare. .>0c. Grand baaa hshinx For charter telephone >63-2, Cumberland Boat Hoiiae. t.Mit of F at. n.w M ill nut (TV to Falla Mav 20. myl -lrn ^LLXANDKIA FEEP.Y A XD RIVER EXCURUOKB. _Two Saloon Steamers Every hour from 6i.ni M ' 12 *iuLES OX THE POTOMAC FOR 15 CEXT8. Free Excursion for BaMCs. Bet >. l- -u.. n.j 11 -3m H~ of FOR UhLAT FALLS AND CAB1X JoHX BRIDGE Steam Packet EXCELSIOR make* her regular tripe on Suuday, Monday. "Reuneaday, and Inda> lea^tny Hnch and Canal eu , Georgetown, at 8 a.m. Fare. 30c. round trip. Apply to J. G and I M WA1ER8 myl-lmo* I 1 TP THE PfCTCRESQt L POTOilAC. U The steam yac-h'. FRANCIS u.ake* regular tnpe lrom fa a m to 10 p.m. 15c. round trip Ibe siewui y?'Lt CLCILE may be chartered lor eeleet excursion# ; at low rates Jus. FASbFNO, proi_.. jl34 snd 3130 ? Wnter St.. Geonfeiown. D. C. Also Pleasure boats for | Hire ap2tf-lm MONEY TO LOAN. MONLY 10 LOAN IX KI MS lO 81 IT. AT 6 AND ti per cea.1. on real ef.ate security FUiKk T. KaWLIXgS, laoi P?. ave. : my24-3m l i he Arlimft^ n Fire lua. Co.'* oglce.) \| ONLY LO UlAS J1 IN SL Ms i ROM *500 CPW ARD, AT THE L0WE61 KAIL OL IN 1LHE6T ON REAL ESTATE l.\ TBI6 DISTRICT fc O UoLlZMAX, myl3 Cori ef luth and L ate. n.w. \l ON LY TOLOANt N REAL EST ATI AT LOWEgf x"X rates of interest uls. ? n other sp| roved sec urity. 1HOS. G HLNsEY A CO.. Banker*, myll-.'tm 1300 F st. n w. OXEY TO LOAX 31 AT 5 AND 0 PFR ^FXT. OX REAL EWTA'IE 8KCLKITY. HILL A JOHNSTON, myll-lm 1503 Penu' svenue n.w. LOAX AT SIX PER CI1NT ?50,000 2.800. 2,500. Z 00t? Also, as Agents of the l_ nited Security Insurance Co . of Philadelphia, in sums to suit, on nutailm. ut plau, with or without ufe itaurance l>ayii,enU lo run o. 10, 15, or 20 yean. F H. SMIT11 A SON. _niy?-lm 1^22 Fet. MONEY TO LOAN?#50,0('CrTO LOAN OX GOOD Real Ebute security, at 5 j?-r cent HLRRuN a RAMEY. niy4-lm 13oT F aU n w. UXEY TO LOAX AT FIVE PER CFXT ON AP proved Real Estate security. Large mounts* specialty. TYLER A kl THLKFORD, aij'2-lm' 1307 F st, n w. EAL ESTATE INVESTMENT. SAFE AS I". S BONDS . _ SIX PER CENT, PAYABLE OL aRTERLX, 1> SL'MS #10O TO 11.000. SMALL PKEM1LM UIaLgLD. $15,000?TO LOAN 10.000 6,000 OX REAL ESTATE. 2,000 500 [Apiei THQg. E. WAGGAMAB. R Money to loan On Approved Real Estate Security In Diatnot ?t Columbia, In any aun.a de*ir*d. at lowest rates of ta? terest. IHod. J. FISHER ft CO., apll 1324 F ft P.w. Money to loan - ox approved ? estate, m auma to suit, at lowest rates of UiU GEO W. LLNElrt, mh'27-3m 101jb and B *t* ?W. MOKEY-LOAX8 OX HEAL I-STATE LOCAL OK other food Securities. Army and N*vy AooountB Commercial Paper, Ac., Ac. Xo delay. WM B DLMPSEY. I4fe4 New York sr*. n.h25 3B . Money to loan ox real estate nt to auit at lowest rates BEDFORD W. WALKER, mh23-3m LooCF at __ EXDOWMEXT, LIFE AND TONTINE POLICIES bought at hlffhect caah pno*s Loan* uerotiatefl upon aame at reasonable terma Apply to B. B. ACBESON. 1307 F st n w . ml.ll?-3ni*_ Xf ONET-TO LOAN OK REAL ESTATE OB FIRST. Jl claa* security, at lowest rateaol mtsrset. uo delay where the security 1* rood. (10 O. C. GREEN. 90S 7th at WW. ONEY TO LOAN "T In sums to suit, at lowsst rates OA *1jum'**!?* estate security. 111CE FOX A BROWN. o20 14a7 Facaey.varnaare, TL|ONET TO LOAN OB REAL ESTATE AT VOW. I'E eat Ratsa WASB'X Danexhoweb. ap24 Successor to DAN LN HOW Lit A SON. 1116F*t. HOUSEFURNISHINGS. 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