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Vo ~.2,1.WASHING~TON, D. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 17. 18921 TWO CEN4TIS. THE EVENING STAR. Wominzog "*AuL, NKXcmv SWNAT, AT TUX STAN SMLPL'6 UKW 1kmyh! AtUMb .in lib a.I no 1iMin am. Imparr 00"V.m &. H.L KAUTTxA!"q Pleft WEPI Rvp T~A t*"Tod to m 1b"si to 6h4 ib eon-. Im ti'vir VIAu a-vouant. at 10 'st. p, 6 W Um. ~suaemh. Uops at the oam -ft 3mall-&s'hq rwat thbe taiwod 3mom. via -wb -~m O&"O~ lat tetu 9ow 84 VIWMhMgm DA. m or An ia"tl menwe~m~ bospm to mvo .FNCAA. Smsu Box Fos Rim?. Ryv, pgkOUMn~a a" basinmms a"i tsigalt ahould raw9 a s desoem box for th mono* of ptwao pap*M' mawl. irmais sawd saw Vluablem. We baobalmato r'est s'wioomaimd wo sl~ 4-**m device lumlag mt. privacp The lerm me aewdb ft ot~ $ hums in whsebooow at o *tweary.&& ?MMCAS 6zCUU1TT AMID T31MST COL. A. T. UTIO. ?,uw4mL AmSm SudUa& l 14* 66.G at.3 W'3.., MOSS3 CAN YOU WUSE, he UQUITAMLI tb th *mo .w-i'e uacecomfeawSo the worl Thos ane no vaiuab~o promey fi155 W k opuvoww is III. womafm Whih to ho "= . aivmtows so Obs poebel hur se -ke Sol afo jaum a BALL1 batet Uomew. SquoskW Uf Amwwo 80ddy of a* Uati $bee& a" soonw-mwmhm b- ams - &M *010 mob &mod% s als Unti il l do Well 68 maw uI " aeat obs -i4.eins bomm 40 ase mw sme isot to toolds emib twml wmb of psese hey. ab@b smo ska vookt.ot afspl. 220 Uatam wuauos see mooft. Maot whsh bw bm fat inam ds y oi lftu a mvbom emsn, m weghto man to mway h-eah Wesk - emb was*u mwra camw &W which mm be 2k. Imimas avme lsk fagambom 00 beaw~ l. at mow uua own a hams. GALL AND IXANIUEt ova swarmX 6 TU 9T. N.W.. -ped No OEDe hpsL ma17-39 eventoa. CNAPTAL STOCK Or 2B3 OSBUUJJOE CUI33hW AMAVN COMPANY lbft fr g at Oftmu value. ONO13 pm E At 0 ttmkw mt WOOD& & C..m. sw4 L. L . RUMs?. hidimt.L Wof C. 1003. 'ThgedoiL. I. T. woomS Tuew IL B. WAUIUBT. UeSOCION. 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CL a l mm ntra to ftlm Depedia.- 30d lper Ofts gasias Doe"u inn~ viah no mmimo- fiel Tom am beaww 02.00* tem m d Nfft"SCU ity mwm wa bwas Go noee of $23 gee mMMOh lb. 27th wmi of 090h it mewI "-e 9-e einbmei Ofm U80e00ested speatumw twuitmmk emuml wirh am""ntomurw serefuIAEmt oftie wisnl wowslem. SU m~d MF L . mw. 3*35130 VpI NU................. Premlles ANDREW *L...kVmPmetmaMame 01030K V. LEACH ............ Vimb Phmidmt owieORG j ....................aareew EDWARD& S. 1031. NMer sG Loi DvPartnemt Wj IL3.0DULKY. 3EDRCK.hRIENS ROe al eat.. Iasursmo md Motck Drimem ]iPSwg Deel ea. boothl, mold and rented. L149W WWIu. imabought &Edmold. Money ,eaawd as Im"e macwi. T~Jnz U jz STATES Sumble yui to blid' Iay;, lEN Xrbvarm sm to thePURCtAiE o aU IM 2*8i blea ON mewia depos" te GUY may ous. 6 lowe cost ltel gaem cpem emmmti b date tbey one Mmd.e. V.,; itM~~e~es T. C.Q~ aeey J lU.is. ~UNM aboJM. %s. MACA~bl. UMnbe S. T. Sleek ILL 00 M3&ACAINEZ. mSovxa BUILDING. 101 rUT. N. W.. NoWm a" Daoma to GoamMt Dumb Zmedb mueben Lom Cal' "am sa etiem bh ma mald.S wrb ~ *IIFJT~k5IIr SSbou bodh mad oldil INSUIIANCKb JdCTUA IWTZTION I 18VBAXCE Co. OF T D. .-WILI ALLANKY?4E. pamid JAMBS N P ITCM8. lentry. 1mm.. pebl smm usmall low me*s "nd each lmne oaam in thepffest For ianbnai mpgow~u s I the o~k ed uo. mapemy. lase at. a. w.'sl Tin 16 WA 1s KNzowN AG 6120ABD 3355 V%3 3 ftamdym Wm eUslbmedeofev= SM W beeof to Mq~o k~b a" m a whal w Ow. sowm 9 YobMtewe umpe Um webmw Mae" spuwa Vimfples mm(7) mwe 36L Usmmewg5r W7JOL NaMME O SUL. 46L U sur 2 -BV ROOM &SM Gr7 8UITES. 3 P. (sAX. $11 2L. *0S~r 813 P. OAX. 017.M0 SM 11T8. 3 P. OAX. WSLS. S5 5313138? . OAK. SV.O30 GM 83T&3 P. A1SMO SPECIAL _NOTICES. MPtIMTUALItM. WONN's HALL. 721 tith st., evenry I'riday night. Mlias Mm!.le laele. WOndertui est Iieln:P. iurilr day. F=. for m'ate sittings. Srs. Cabell's, 110M 2 .5. bef.tr - AVAL LODOE. No. 4. F. A. A. ".-A stated co nicati will be held on a D A Y, I7th O. MiULTE. Secretary. ee~.SU1FAGE.* . -NaEE EDUCATION." AND "EIGHT HOUES." MASS MEETING At ORAND ARMY BALL on TMURSDAY. March 17. I , at 8 p.m. "afrap In the DistrigS." Rev. Alex. ReaL "ree Teat Books and Educatioa." Mr. Theodore Be Land. "Eight-bour Law." Mrs. AnSSe L Diggs and other settaent Wspekeaa. Under the apics ef D. A. 6 . ef L. nd Federa tie 41 L1ber. D.C. mO-64t* COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY MEDICAL AND DENTAL DI i'AR-TM.-ENTS. --The seventieth annual coummencernlent will he beld in AlLaugh's Opera Houseon THUit.fsDAY. March 17. at 2d 3U.m. Addreases my Prof. D. W. Prentism. M.D., and ,an B ich. D.D.o. Valedictory by Richard N. Goddings. M.D. Music by the laune l:d. The profommlustand public are respectfully sav.t.-d t. at tenS- mhl1.:lt 3TE ANNU7ALMKEfiNOOTHENTnKi holders of the Columbis Fire l'mrance Cm 7 of the District of Colunbia 1,,r the e. ion ofZ n trustee- to serve for the "n-suinw year will be beid at the oimce o: the comn shy. No. I419 (I at. n.W.. MON DAY. April#. IRVA. Polis open at 12 m.. elose at 2 p.u. Books or the transfer of stock wvii be closted fromt March ;10 to Apri! 6. both days inlve. mhl-tukth-lot LEM TuW ERt. Jr.. Secretary. NOTICE.-A MEETING OF THE STOCK holders of lhe Potomac Sand qr"ipr and Comyoapnding Conpany wili be lield as 1-415 New York mveLven.w.. in the city of Wa.. in.:ion. on the orh day of April neit, at h I. m., for the rurpuse ot dinin ibingor otherwisedist oxinuro: a portionof the' cap tat soca of said coinpany. for the eleerion of the ofteersof mid company tor the ensuiner year and for such other beatasea an may be brought before said tacetinsr. Ml. M I RPHl Y. CHAS. CHILDS. J. T. bi'MNINERS. F. P. HOPKINS. W. T. GALLIEBE, Se. W. A. PATE. mhb5eo-3w* AL. PERSOINs RAVINi (OODS ON dpoelit with H. E. Fulton upon which interest is due twelve toinths or toure are hereby notifed to call and pay interest on tle same. or they will be sold at auction lMarien "29. 1W2, at 10 o'clock a. a. H. E. FUL'ON. J6awnbrour. nuhl-R1t* OE OF THE BEST QUALIT. TIlE larrest stock to sp.ect frcn: and the jowest prices Jor the bost can tIe t ounJ on.y at malt.2-lm M. 6TRICKLAN L18.93 Pa. ave. aSUMMEE PRIC E hOI COA L. FOU ANTH ACITL. :A CENTS PER TON Of for cash the next 20 days. Order at mce. AMERICAN ICE AND COAL CO.. mhl1 8. w. corner Iluth and F "to. n. w. D- UAVE YOU .EEN 41.1R UNEXCELLED stock of tiatcomb, Stewart and other iLnjos? Wecan furnish 3oi cith Gliuitars of A.-Y CELEBRATED MAE I. niaiing in our own stort, such woods as the "IARTIN. "'BBL-NO " "lAY hTATE." 'ASHEN"andotherunitars' If you want a MANDOLIN don't fail to see the ''AT COMB." WASJIJURN and otnerb before purclaming. L F. UOOP. ULas. ae. nAhlu-LU BUSINESS MEN IN THIS LOCALITY. who wish to meet nenbers of their family at lancheon. will dad OUR LUNCH ROM a very convenient place. It is well luited and ventilated and comnanands a very pleamg view of the city and Po townc. A srefdly rer-class lunchcen will be served promptly at moderate cost. fath Minor. 1Mb k. building". Take Elevators. WOODWARD a LOTHROP, e4-0 30TH. 11TH AND F STS. N.W. STE WART BANJOS-TIlHE MOSTBEAUTI )ul banjos niladV. Ptionurced th-rfect by the prinici profseinal players. Lare stock of treian goomalwayson band. JujHN 1. .Ll.-, & CO., IE Penn. eve., near I1h it.. sale agents for Washing toe, D. C ni3-Im CAUTION.-WISHINO ALL OF OUR MA chines to irive Ihe hierheet degree o. sibilAc tion, we particniarl) caution tihoe havinar old otie" of our naakeamainrt allowing them to be adjusted ease where than at the CO3 FPA N k'S OFFtI.CE. where none but genuine parts are used. and oniy the imost iin able charges, 14 any, are miade. uruers by postal will recve unuebatiediteatenution. U .XLLK. a WILSON 74FG. CO.. zay2S.t.th.*.tr 4.3 ,Utju at. u. w. S1W S--BOHMERPIAN0K ARE 1H1. 'STA1ARD instrumientsof the workl. 1tUtio WoUCH & CO.. "ent0. t.Z 7th bt. Pianos for rent, mov d. tuned and pocked. Pianos escianted. jal-lan WWWEDNEY & ROBERTS CO. DESIGRING. ENGRAVING AND FRINTING FOR WCIAL AND uSUINsE UsES. 557 3T0E ST.. lEAR GAS OFlIc. 3a13 S*TAILoRS. ATTENTION! SPRINO ANN IN V.M ENT CARDS. New and beautul deoiurni,. Telephoe 761. lIri H. L. McQUF..N. 110 Eat. n.w. LNEW DEPARTUA4EIN EiNE TAILORtINO. IL . BARR. 1111Pennylvaniaave. Buits from "35 up. Trousers from $10 up. SLow pricee from this date with high-4rade art. ja20 CA..ART & LEIDY. M 71h sad 70 K sts. n.w. TANEEE NOTIONS AT WHOLESALE BATES. Barbour's Linen Thread. 10O-yd. syuola. 3 conta. BIlk seaun Banding, 11 cents. tilk Pruassan Imidinar. '20 ce'nts. Mod 'Aosen lait.al Letters. 13e. per grow, Curlinir Irotm. S and V cents. REtg Darnera. 2e. each. Imported Zephyr. Sc. lap. Impouted Mtaoni. 12c. hank. Imported Uermiantown, Itic. hank. Imptedit~ Myanish. 18e. hank. Milk Wimndsor The. 40 inchi long. 6 Inches wide; price was Soc. ; now 251c. One hundred dozen Ladies' lull PBetular-umde Pin tripe and Balbrirgan Moms, sins. 1. 8%., U. 9%4. at 1T)c. pair. You will i'ay abut double for thtess In most ofthe storre. ' Wour hundred yards of Satin-striped Hemstltohed ILawn. very fAn. quality ; price has been 26l.. yd. ; to go at 37e. a yard. CaENaET4 LEIDY. mEIB mi 7th and 7016 1 si nw. PUONw!ATIO M lSON, The most ethotent and valatable preparsatons et COD L.IVEE OIL em the market. Its comp. mileu Is well known ad ham the indersememt of me pharmecetical and msedical -nootet0 Wmmintoa. Every inredlent in its formula bmesetial and centributee to the mUesiatien et ensas colds and the symptos of nil waitinr masac. .Wetahe sseat poine toprepareht eae -ull et the bat naimtle and to have it made mehl. bAsiam ay Quantity. W.S. TROMPoBN. USe 35th at. mlSs PA.,..u WAT.. F.TIE. Ba th osimnt sist et the Estmmm water eessbe b lemne ma wate Ways', -manMm we hews blm Weib ~me a megesm. $$08 ?mlMiu FMmrs ienM Wue A~ues .asi~m s a SPECIAL NOTICFS. WINTE cliNEltING IN THE LAPOF a Cery raretty sebtnent. but this year it is hemiw more foreil.y ex-tplined than usual, thus astordin ymi many op-portune5 to don your fur roles and niskIn.t you have tnen. Perhaps you hair wit. I. not no4w is the time tobuyfornwana-xtwmter. Reducupri it 14. -I,'1 I FNMTZ & 9ONU .eofe Ihsti. ,.1 w "ts Knoz liate, mb17 " 37 Pa. ave. n. w. LOOSE DIAMONMUs. We have just received from our Euronean buyer two large orivinal palers of lKe Dismovi(s, whieh were purchsad for us far be!ow lnarket vani. for cash. I he lota :onjsist of IamiIonds weitriang front one to three caIrat, sitable l01 e irrin-., stude and ringls. This is a,, unusual opportunity to secure estraordinary value ior invtistors. JACOBS BROTHERS. A~iportofr In'iamonds. mh17-3t 1.g-J Pa. ave. 3r~iL-- EW TOWN, D.C. 3311117*3 Where to it? fb mt wth, is like', to be cloud a and sno1 4 fl J11 day witrnli. pObabli clearingV Fit ilaernoon; no 'easterl U wlde. Ion t it strange that otlhedo not lower their prices to meet ou a or e can afford to name these prices and still make a proot: *an. N. 0. Siding, kiln dried. 01 pr 1 isq. ft. Board % N. C. Sidin. 1.25 per 100 sq. ft. Reours. (lear N. C. Floorngf. S2 Per 100 sq. ft. instead of *!. WU. C.rar reoria Flooring. $2.50 per 100 sq ft. instead of -3.50. Wle -an sell you everything that enters into the constructio1 of a huena. Eats "'Ites rI )As. Libbey. Bittinver At Miller, Ieopie'. Lumbe r Yard. Cor. 6th and New York ave. n.W. Branch. cor. 11th and 0 ats. S.e. mWh7 FOR COOKS AND COOR EMPLOYRRI. The acme of convenience, comfort and economy has been attained in the BORN STLEL kRENCH RANGE. The heat of one fire is utilized in a variety of ways and its greatest possible efficiency Obtained. Every detail has been carefully perfected in order that this range might be all that could be desired. Son. of the devices are vs inglasnions fill are pratlical and useful. Call and see for yoursel S. S. SHEDD & BRO.. 432 9TH ST. N. W. 1his "MERTZ'S" MODERN IDEAS. When you give theode we will with ee's transform cloths into clothes. Our cutters ad tail ors will produce garments both graceful and good-le gar Menur. One of our specialties Am ' nes*len basiae. suit to order. asentiayge dollare. W. 0. MERTZeg Tailoring Shop, mhl6 514 11that. - MANTELS. ANDIRONS. FENDERS. O.. ..Grato-s. Wrought-;on Gas Fixtures. &c. bineia- daseounts while making changee. mIhti tr J. L. (OtNINO. Tile Shop. 52013thst. LAWYE h' 'ESTIMONT. LAWYERS PEfITIONS. Good work--quick work--0I) cents a Iag;e. B IRON S. ADAM S. krnter. 512 11th St. n.W. Telephoue _30- mL OPECIAL DRIVE IN BICYCLES BATURDAY. MARCH 12. Cushion-tired Brand-new "REFFREE" Safetys. cut to One nunsdred boilors!-(Forty dollars reduction in price). These madnen are of latest designa and tully warranted. GORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. 00.. lM!5l4th wt. nw. mh12 BAVINC ?iOLD IY PROPERTY AT TIlE . orner of N ew Jer-ey ave-nue and D street lortijest. touther with: niygood will and interest in tie lunes -arried on therein-lime. c. atent. &c. -to L[tni 'itanahan, I eactiesth recoiumend him to the mont tavorbhe - onsidieration of mny patrmns triends and to a, thers who desire to be well treat-d in bgqw es t:.anactons. To those who have patronized ine in h.1n.mes I returni ay iniartieit thanks. and hope for transier of their favors to Mr. hbjanaain. CHAtLkA KRNNEDY. I will add to the business purchased from Mr. Een med, that of pamita, oim. vial itishoe, brushes. glas-s. L.. And w., sell a llo o which I deal an enetll as mitiar kinis can be bloug.ht anywhere else in the I -t utliry. qui:wties cois Iv-red. I will ove . rotnpt at nvitin to .ucit oruers as ioma I- avorea wit I- and ,are to the ttter-stsof tioe wai tavor we with themn. I iiivrely tf-imn. mnl former ;itrvn, for l'ast firors. N qteat a reteal of tht-ir 1iltnae an respectfully socit :a paitri.nage troun tI - I ubhcm gitneral. IANilL .al:ANAUAN, nhil1-lOt 330. ::r and 34 N. J. ave. n. w. eDRBS UITFOR 11 It . fe23-lm 414 TH ST. N.W. _NOTICE IS1 HElEY GIVFN THAT A rueen-lr of !t- etoc boh..r.of the Arlinrton r ire uti an-ce Coatfny or the itsatrict of Columbia, for the e.etionol ualt dlrector to serve un:!l the 1-ith lay ot Fbrtiaat y. *il. iil be be.d at the office of the ltompat, a t in. ve. n.w.. in. the city of 'ash ingrton. Djistrict f Coluuibia. on AIUNDAY. March 2M. [W-::. 'oIia at V., i. aid closeatp.ni. Book.a or the tr.tiu-;er t stock w.i Lse losed on the 24th day Liz i..c It. is.-:. and reinan closed untilthe iAthday it 3.1.anI . By order n1 the board of directors. FRANK T. RAWLINGS. fefi-n-Mn i-Iubeeretary. OTICE OF h-.MuVAL.-MAtl1IN N. l-lEtvtna it Co.. pralit-rs and engravers. have reili th.r , ti V to ul, ;:ti st. n.w..near F. Print Inbc .1ri engraiving .n al .t A. ar0 e.1etls iM.ILLN 1'\ L BEE'N SPENT BY OUR was..ingon irien for Cassai d's Fine Hamis lau bne'.ees llatctn when itey t ire niot (assard's at ail. l hav.e t ried seve al I; ains to over-one this h il ruity alto hita L- dd ti a tNe oval tia tag, wAithi our nine jmited oi it tin w ue, which is ataxed to all our fit' iteutil, whether eov.red or uncovered. Don't be. deceived. Inet ut-on having only goods with thuis tsa ahtr-heal to theia.. I15-tr Us a-LENTELN FIRES. Short ean t of hickory and dak for graton. Caniuet andsplint if you pre fer a blazingr acvl. Just the thing for quiet I arties andt gas light receptions. 11ci.~res and ronmance in ths spark anti darne. J. M AUNRY D O VE . . Offime: 2lst anti I a.w.. 1206 N sA. n. w., 1tri1 M st. n. w. Wharf, foot F an-I 11 -,s. d21-3m iIATlAWAI, SOULE AND HARtRIN4G 3 ton'a Mien's b~hoes 1iau b~e o::ind at ItAVENNEfRi & DAVIS'. fa'E-:tn l' and 1.U0 P at. 3IN AILINGiS. Send postal and we will do the w00 if you wanit any kind of Iron work. e GERO. WHITE & SONS. fe26S-3m___ Maine ave.. bet. dt ad 1th is. WASHu11G'10N SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY. D16 anal 918 Pe nns'ylvanla avenue. The vaults and spartznenia for tie storaseeof valu able ypprs. talver, calthinr, aicturas and furniture are apaciotus, dry. A~re and burgla pruof. Prices nodg. erate. fe10-mn ..CAIFORNI A W1NES-f AT PAIR PRICES. P.~icjuica of th e . nufiOMA CALt ORNIA WNCMAY 3V7 9th at. n. w. NARRIY U. CONRAI. Maanager. fdlan IANCY -'h ITINUM t a ready for your mstectlion. ItE is ones of the most at tra- live lines we hareever shown. Ca-I and be con vinced. P. T. H AIL.. Shirt Mrake, B.~ULL DEEMS SUITS D OR LIRE. WI. GAUE. naah.-lan -100 fth i. anw. F ~hINE WATCR BEPAliBN. W A -ti REPAIRING. I it a speelaltF of W AT CI1 REPA1htlNG. Wine atek Nepiiring at WATCH I PAIRING. unuderatepris. Twenty. WATCH IIEPA.RING. two ye exrpeane. WA 'i IL EPAIRIING. Diouwork selloised. WATCH BEPAIRING. AU work warrarntedL. 030. W. SlIER, Esaurt Waammime, who 8109th sat. a. w., near PS. see. ~9WEU IT COMBS TO BE SEEN (OUr laundry week) we feel euvineed pew winl rmntmnato have ens et oa wassemea every week at yinmmadse. '3%MMAN STEAM LA&NIBIe ame du e aeoiet w. -'f'. a- . - O - PECAIL UNOTICES. Fit- TELEOPTICOi LECTURE UPON ..2 01UIC BOSTON." by Prof. J. B. ChanberlAn at tLe Foundry church. 14th saidG ie.. IONtilBTat:4,. All invited. It* ''PT. PATRICK WAS A WISE MAN." This was demonatrated by his aI ecLt.os of a wel)-i-vund library. HODGEI' N ATIONAL BINDERY. iIS F st. can give you some of his ides iiiht7o -p- TO ALL FRIENDS OF ORGANrEDK labor.Areeting-This is to notify that d.S. culties betw..en air. Franz Schnider & Co. 7th st. road. and the Journeytnen Butchers' Union. I341. E. of L.. ha. up to this day not keen settled. By order of Journeyien Butchers Unona.341.KL. of L.m17-3t* REMOAL. The American Mutual Aid Society has removed to 007 13th at. n. w.. near F st. mh17-1w NOTICE 16 HEtEBY GIVEN OF THE W.. aremovsl of our office from the Atlantic to the Adams building. 15 F at..opposite the Lbbatt House. WAT I.tS A THOMPSON. mhl7-t Beal Estate Arents and Builders. THE STANDARD WRITING MACHINE OF THE WORLD. The MODEL Of the REMINGTON Is now ON THE MARKET. WICKOFF. SEAMANG & BENEDICT. LE DROIT BUILDING. m17-i STH AND F STS. nb--DON'T ~ISD ' Fail to see the best whicn money can buy. It will cost you no trouble to se and less money to buy than you have been paying. See TRE BAKER SHOE. mh17 1430 N. T. ave. e SRUDDEN'S FURNITURE HOUSE. THE FAVORITE POULTICE. Mix together dry a heaping spoonful each of gound rger cinnamon. cloves and dour. Moisten with ht water unti of proper con isteancy to spread. THERN WILL BE A RISE IN THE PRICE OF PARLOR SUITES BEFORE THE SPRING IS OVER. THE TIME 18 GROWING SHORT. The winning guesser of the number of sales made In my establishnient during the present month wil bi come the lucky owner or a bideboard that will excite the admiration and envy of all the other contestants. 1teindaber that the guesimg must close on the night of the '5th intant. taouh the sales continue until the nirht of the alst. The mfuessing is closed and the box contaiinig the wuses is sealed up thus early in orter to provide against any suspicion of collusion. Any verson who is eight een years of ae or over to privileretd to make one guess. Wou are not required to GuN5 any thior. D~rop in and ret a gu.-.s card and 5ll it out. Tie sales in kebruary gregated 5iL. For the first A10 days n March they a mmed up . JOHN RUDDEN. .AL.w.) 513 Seventh street northwe. nwZ-:YOU CAN BE ACCOMMODATED And bensled by the use et THE NATIONAL CASE REGISTER. If you have another make of Register which you desire to exchanc- in part yment for a National a reasonable allowance wi granted. The National is adiAted to the requirements of ay line of business and wil be found to perforn al that is claimed for it. Ii yiu iave never used a Cash Reister and are unac quainted with Its detailed operation you can have but a faint conception of the afvantages you are losimg. THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER 00.. 603 Louisiana avenue n. w. I.L.w.) ROBERT CALLAHAN. Aeant. WHAT MORE CAN YOU AKi Emerson Sloes have true. honeS merit. Emereen We can substantiate all we haveeverclaimed, SAoes for them. which is: Abonute superiority of Shined matrerial. workman hip. duirabityt. ift and F'ee. styie. This is all you can ask, and this you will invariably got in buying the Emnersem Shue. English We t8. Iond Ss ed. OI. *Pedestrian. *A&L. I Geadseneorhke'e..S& R. B. GROVER a CO.. Solte Makers and SeUrs of th ESeraen She," 1103 Pa. ave . -next to Star omes. hI7 rn: BETTER WRITS US TONIGHT. Requesting. phoeograpb on trial. NO energe. COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO.. W7 E at. n.w. [mbl7] I. F. CROMELIN. B. $ ATHE ADVANTAGE OF THE HAMMOND OVER~ AL.L OTHER TYPEWBITEMS. Sjeed-Highest record. At uniat--Perfect and permanent. 'ype-lintantly mnterchangeable(21 kinds). Imnprtas on-tuiorm. being Independent of the touch. Jpver-Takee any width. J. C. PARKER. Bookeelier and Sfloner. =27 Ul 1 th IL a. W. S.AtWCONSIDERED A BCIENOE . Trousers have always been a great spe. cialtyhere. How many tailorsaretherewho eail) know how to turn out a pair of per fect-jftting Trouserb? Not half as many as you think. Depends upon the measurer. the cutter and the presser. We ceeam to be ab'ato turn thecm out propterly. When we do not we make it right with you. Twenty pieces of attractive nimported Trouserings have been added to the 510 line for tone. Thtey should 1 *12. *12.Z0 and *13 by right. 0. WARFIELD SIMPSON. nih)7 Cor. 9th and Gsa. n.y. ETRNAL VIGILANCE I8 THE PRICE Reputation. We reahtze that the heat mneas of protecting our interests is to jesiously guard thoee of our patrone -and mnve them. gt all timu., the purest and finest winee and bradjee. I on can rely upon what we sell you! dicinna Wines and Brandies a specialty. TO-KALON WINE COMPANY. f18-S4. 614 1dth at. n.y. Telephone U54 3tWE GUARANTEE piece of excl srep resented and grnaran tee both the glasa and wor~k to be absoiutely amcte~ry to the buyer. This is our busness plat forrm-to which we snal stractly adhere. We could not do otberwiss without inlusties to you and to ourselves. We rectify any errors which may unavmidahhy mata in our uness.m CR. E. HODGKIN. **Rert Glas. e auiler." shbT 1 U 7hat.u.w. AN OPORUNETOPIC TO LADIES. If oaae tinkngof buying hur Cpes. Mus oso ealakins within a year, now lethetimue. If whse. yon will take advantage 01 oar low lts buy ewtheebyreceivine the bansit of tem asuso, as ell a next. We have *one price". wire no discounts, armgaratee the picass as tow a. identtos joods cam beoqtin Amearica. WILLEtT A RUOFF. ink)7 903Pa ave. n.y. . AREALs ESTATE SPECUL.ATION. have an elegrant chasesfar a garty with aen maemand dollars toestate incity les6. Can he seid for less than paid for nads.. lela ge. egiefyhduln sa npectivetnosss. PUOCTOR & PfOOZOs Tn ~ OU AE NTESESTRD In tepeness esi m ess and ee the Se asessta s yes hae es A. Is r. .e na1Y e e WAhigo NmW. sad Gomip ADUTK ................ .. 5 T AMUSEMENTS ......... ..................9s ATTORNETS ...we 7 AUCTION SAL..........................Pse 6 BICYCLES .................... ...........-.... e T DOARD110-...................... .a.............p 2 BUSINESS C M A .NO .. ....... -Page 2 CITY ITEMS............ ........ ...............Pam s COUNTRY M AL. aTATE-..........-.page, 2 DEAT . .age 5 DET . .... ............Page 7 EDUCATIONAL .... ....................Pe 7 EXCURSIONS. m. ..... .............. Page FAMILY 6UPLE................... g FINANCIAL ....................... ......... Pa" I FOR RENT (Fkts)......,.... .......Pas 2 FOR RENT (Miscsanem) .................gae 2 FOR RENT (Onkei) .............. . . ..........PS 2 FOR RENT (looses) ............. . ............pan2 FOR RENT (Hounea ........ ....................Page 2 FOR RENT (8tables). .......................Pe I FOR REN T (fter )............................. Page 2 FOR SALE (Rmjiem)...... 3 FOR SALE (Lou) ..............................pag 2 FOR SALE (Hopm %a YebiWee.. ............pig, 3 FOR SALE(Psaio. . ....a.......Pre 2 FOR SALE (MemUsne. ....................... iage 2 HOTEL ................................... ase a INSURANCE. ..............................ge I LADIES' GOODS ................................Paw. LEGAL NOTICES ................................Page a LECTURES.............................. 8ag. N LOCAL MENTION ................... .... 1a,1 8 LOST AND kVU0 ............................Pags 2 MANICURE.... ......................... Ps 7 MARRIAGE&...........................?age a MEDICAL .................. . .......pass 6 MISCELLANEOUS.............................Pa. 6 MONEY WANTED AND 20 LAAN ........Page 2 NOTARIE PUBLO...................s....PA 2 OCEAN STEAMERS .................. . .... .Ps 7 POTOMAC LIVER DO.TS. ... Pa........p 7 PIANOS AND ORGANS.......s...........Pes 7 PERSONAL....................................Pe 2 PROFESGIOXAL ........... ... Page 7 PItOPOSALS........................Ps 8 RAILROADS................. ...Pageo 7 SPECIAL NOTICE.......... .........Page 1 SUBURBAN PROPERTY.................... .Pme 2 SUMMER E80LTS. ..F..............se 2 WANTED (Help).................. .........Page 2 WANTED (Houses..... ........... .....Page 2 WANTED (1404s)............ . Page 2 WANTED (looms) ........... Page 2 WANTED (Situatem .........................Pam 2 WAN i; Lhseaaenmee................a 2 WINTER RESORTS .........................Page 4 Govxanuxzw Bacrnrs ToDAiT.-Internal rev enue, 426,90; customs. #551.918. GO'.. NzLoU'A. Mu.s is in the city ad ie stopping at the Shoreham for a few days. VICE Passlbter Monro has left Washing ton to join his family at Virginia Beach. SgcaETA&T PLAN's condition eawosinas to show a slight improvement today. 8ECRETA2 RwxMa leaves for New York this afternoon. He expects to be gone Until next Tuesday. BOnS REspiammL-The amount of 4% per cent bonds redeemed yesterday was 051,100, making the total redemptions to date 03,850, 900 and leaving outstanding S1,953,8W. Gxw. L. A. GainT, assistant secretary of war, was very much better this morning, and it is expected that he will be able to be back as the department some tinet next week. To LsAvz Tat Uxtrun STArts.--Senor Que sada, the Argentine minister, will soon leave the United States for his native country, he having been recalled by reason of a change in the cabinet of the republic. TEE CEAn* Xexoam.-The Treasury De partment is infermed that the grand jury at Montreal, C-n-4s, has ignored the charge of conspirac ferred by a loosa tailor against United Deputy Colleetor Tookey and others. RAEx To Ba Erraran.-The Stats De partment has granted the application ot the German government for the extradition of Fritz Hagen, who is under arreet in New York and is wanted on a oharge of forgery said to have been committed at Inslerburg, Prussia. NATAL PATMNMs.-Tho Secretary of the Navy has made the following payments to Wee. Cramp A Soes, shipbuilders: Armored cruiser No. 2, the New York, twenty-fourth payment, 89,650; cruiser No. 1. eighteenth payment. 081,750: cruiser No. 13, third payment, *86,700. SILyva Pun==As.-The ofers of silver to the Treasury Department yesterday aggregated 472,000 ounces. The amount of purchases was 250.000 ounces, a follows: 50.000 ounces at $0.9050: 50,000 ounces at .0.9052; 50,000 ounces at 00.9010; 100,000 ounces at 00.9056. Cour-MXAvAL.-Sretary rEkins has is sued a general order requiring the judge ad vocate of each department to make an annual report of the bumber and character of cases tried by courts-martial and to accompany it with recommendations and comments touching the ardministration of military justics. Ax Encuuiva Onnan.-The President has issued anexecutive order coetimuing in force, with certain modifications, the existing rules and regulations regarding the ale of intoxicat ing liquors in Alaska, with a view to a more strict enforeebient of the aet c Congress pro hibiting the sale of Intoxicating liquors in that territory except for medicinal, mechanicaL or scieutinec purposes. Anur Onma.-The leave et absence granted First Lient. Irederick B. Folts, first cavalry, November 10, 18191, Is extended one month and two days. First Lieut. Charles A. Churchill, fifth infantry, will report in person to Col. La lthaett L. Livingston, third artillery, president of the army reiring board at Washington bar racks, District of Columbia, for examination by the board. Leave of absence for six months, with permaian to aply for an exten sion of two months, Is grantedi Uspt, Robert F. Bates, eighteenth infantry. PxusowxL.-W. Wrba Riggs of PLiladelphin, J. S. Stepham. of Pthiadelphia, rank Ks ler of New York and Thons t aly of Dofalo are at Wilad's f.F. Smith of Brooklyn, T. Turner of MR.nd LG. Thoms of New lork, C. U Thomas of West VrIa and U. JL Woods of Phialp areat the Bandsl.--K Plat Stratton ciNwYork, A. W. Moere of Cmicago, E. 8. Mayor ot Bradford, Pa., and Yo E. Allison of Boebeseer, N.Y., are at the 't --W. N. MeGill of Pha-alPhl 5. A. Wells of Pl Aug C us of Hartford, C. Shernett e Trent N. 5.,OGoa,3 C et Now Ramp hie Joseph Beha et are- at the Biggs.-4 .A. Bardotte eet ,J. 3. Kimball of Columbim, (B.,tas. A. Lnsof Pittsburg, B.C.Pi'ndneetwes, Pa, 3.3. Entwistie of South kInd.d., 3.5. Wendel of New Yeek and Di. 3e~t Minea.~ are at the Azln .-. 3. MM of Souath Shorham-Ebah af New York, John G. We er Ph an Jaese 3. (flan.eramy et Atisnta ae at the John dn.-.- Demerod PA. A.. . e Ne--k. the anMC.oA eet tha AQma ANTE-CEESE SBEL Atr Ueserttee Mese That WM It Put son ls r s. An effrt will be mad. tomorrow to esenre the passge in the Heuse of another anti Cinese bill. more restrictive ia its provisicus thanayof them-sureenowoethe statate book. This is the Geary bill reported by the Reuse committee on foreign affaivs. This measure seeks to keep net practically all Chinese, merchants and professional men as well as laborers. Diplomatic representatives and their retiane of servante and a few others who may be permitted under license to travel in this couatsY and to exhibit Chi eess productions are the oely persen who under the terms of the bill are to be per. mitted to enter the United States. The ball proposes to exclude hereafter those Chiase now resident in the Unated States whomay leave and then seek to return. There is a alority of the committee opposed to the passage of the measure as an Contravention to exuting treaty stipulations, but when the commnatee this morning adopted a resolution directing that a motion be made in the House tomorrow to take up the bill in the morning hour, Mr. HAtt (IlL.), who is one of the minority said that whde he would speak against the bi and vote againat it. he would not endeavor to obstruct its passage. It in hoped, there fore, by the friends of the measure to secure its passage under this rule, which permits a measure to be called up is the morning hour on two daya. Should there be very strong opposition developed, the measure will have to go over for a Utme, but, as it wal then be unfinished buines-, itis believed a vote can be soon ecured. TE SETALEATOET POCLAZATION. at Way Rseait is Again Tettg te o0se tahemalftr et the UeKtuley Aol. It Is probable that the Presiden'e proclama tion reimposing duties os certain imports from Venezuela, Haiti and Columbia will lead again to a test of the vali-lity of the reciprocity clause in the McKinley bill. The proclamation opens the way for the direct question to be brought before the court. and it will be the policy of those who are interesd in discredit ing the McKinley net to avan themselves of the opportunity. Speaking of the proclamation today Rep resentative Tiner of Georgia. the lawyer member of the ways and man amat.ise, said. "The restoration of duties an coffee and other commodities from Venezuela, Haiti and Co lumbia will greatly distrub our trade with these countries, and will operate a great hardship upon Americans engaged in that trade. The question of the constitutionality of the law under which the proclamation in issued may be tested in the courta "The question presented woldbo very ifer ont from that recently decided by the Suprese Court. The claim 6et up in this recent case was that the whole bill was rendered invasid by the presence of this clause in the bill, but the validity of the clause itself was net tested. "Now any importer importing cofee from Venezuela and being uired to pay duty on the import ay con e validity of this ley of duty imposed merely by an esecutave proclamation and not applicable t3 similar tn ports from other countries. He may take the matter into the courts and carry it up to the Supremse Court and get a decision upon tie di roct question of the right of Congress to dele gate a law making power to the President" SENATOm KOSmU. wis Coniio Teday--nm-- 60e s Sesuc agtng-eo satep West ae to theasfft. Senator Mrrill's condtios coatinues eto be encouraging. He slept well during the night and is cheerful this moraning. The diesse is taking its coarse in a mild form, and as oh Senator has no ehrenie disordero, but au almost perfect phymigno resulting hen temperate habits through his whole life, there is every reason to bellve that he wi sfes he convalescent. TE KENDALL WNSKEAL IPANT. mseator Pase Talks Parther of the iermog and carreeft med Emessuatsam. Some of the accounts published of te funeral trip to Kentucky with the romaine of the late Representative Kendall have been se extraordinary that a Sran reporter ealled to day on Senator Paspe to wse N he seaid not give seme further particulars met in eluded in ths interview priated in Tan Oae of Tuesday. The Senator stated that the difleultes of te journey had been greatly ezaggerated. They were such as might reasonably have been ex pected in a sountainoes country during a winter storm. The journey frosm Morehead to West Liberty was made in eomfortable car riages with closed curtains, enough to ace an modate the entire party. Sch a section is at its best in the sammer seasn, when the roads are frm and the sky is clear. The grand views from the hill tops and mountain alopes then repay the traveler for the fatigesu of the rney. The story sa Senator in ured . d ia assisting to keep the beam from turning ower is simply an invention with out any found ..en whatever. He spoke in high terms of the hopitelft of the people they met on the road and at Wet Liberty, their destination. If there are few carriages and light buggies in ae there it is because the spring wagon is better adapied to the roughness of the roads. lBut the Kentuckian beut loves his horse when he rides about, and those who were gathering in the little town to attend the fanural of their neighbor and Representative were geuerally amounted on serviceable steeds. Mr. P'asco spoke warmly and with et~o the hospitality of the Phillipa family at gon. As soon as the party gathsered around their generous Are after their Aret expsr to the cold the family without suesto r reuest prepared a liberal etpl hf et ofee, and if the house was pantestee was made by a skilled had. On the return the coming of the travelers was anticipated, and as moa as they arrived the eoffee owas brought in froma an adjoining room, hpn and -*te-ming and the supply was net en haasted, notwithtnigthe lredemads upon It. Mr. Phillips sodthe party that if he had known just,. when they weld arrive he would have prepared dinner for them all, het they had alrsady sepioese er ees on the road before eheds his heuseI and supplied th'efro the lunch box provided by thar gasees frends of West Liberty. The party awy tul ofeteltin the -l--- nd et Phamilynd l~ eftE ena r etratoha a hetmanie ter he hey had mes, and atthutiag the ameoasemse suad da-nfris et te journy be t misseable weather and the smarnseesitry of the The; luae b esseutive e ha a famed the following --e--n- Beuln C. aummente et Georgia be he an'tesat e oa es*==ir==, vies Reg dsessed. nhhert Caeufe Drrhusm, eget afh jesla sen of Nun. Jehan . nsybs, casaer et ne gens from PM-aapha, 48 ysed ad WBdaip eme es me mese e weetss ag ba tis andin em te bae es. sea, whhdbn u teheesto meo ~Ih~j.ee. lea n o ammse ~un~a..tmb...... et~a new en' SCHNEIDER HANGED. lbs Atrima Eutim, Emsltfr rtkou uany Oimm o HE '111RE W U1181 E1LL Investigating the Mystey of the Liverpool Tragedy. OTHER TELEGRAPHIC NEWS *--*de- at lb... or toant m r M sus Unmemem Crase. Vianna, March 17-Frank Ochreer, e murderer of servat girls, was en ted hem today. ehnelder we gibbeled, after te Amaa method. Me was enlre)y broke. down se be was led from the ceU to the soafold. As he -m the scaffold and the stake and sp oe "e h he was to be heaged ra-ng sboe t his =*=MO face turned a greeniab hu, ad be had akm" to be carried to the spot. The eabe bad SGM an the top of it a spake about at imehas &hSeider shrieked: "Have merey en me! God ! I will tell sa!" Tb h tr" t, who was in atteadane. s lm, urged him to think oetes. Thaes ess three steps to lift the doommed to the Ipske, the apipearafte of whiof to the horror-etnken threag et e s the jad yard that the punishament weqild be fearful oriental "malty Ln.wn as i=pasmeat Ibis iampression was so strong that averar abroad in the streets and wase through Europe that Stchmeider w 4e - e He =a uch easer dsah. h Oeer. Slifted to the spoke ed Oeba*o4 a. nteck held close to it. 1hem a used 101 palsed aroond his neck. fastensig iS o ft the spike, and le was strangled So death. W hastes hi end. the excetaoer pess=ed hisem aromnd the mouth and nostrals of the eriminal, whde one assestant held and iehbmeider's arms and aaother pulled his Tbe wretch died ms fear amtesm heb.he# was loft suspended to the stake. The Schneiders lived in am o1scure phsef the suburbs of Vienna. They made a liem of decoyang and murdering servest =Skf order to get pseawm of tae moNsy esd -e-k ing the unfortumates had aith theme. Tbe Vis tuam were as every instance servanmt ger S search of employament. and at was by p .mhm to And them attuatiome that the prmsle - oseded an luring them to their fate. These crintks created quite ag msha e0ne ment am Vienna as theJack-the-lhpper medes did in Lonaoa. The giris whom Seamia... murdered wore never seen after they wen away with him and has wits m Ioir moheil and metalaed bodies were recvered is Me wools. The trial was asost darematie same of es features. blth of the presn r assemed ON& other, and ghastly exhibita, melding the de and hair of Reash Klesinrath, ems of te mer dered girls, and ths torn and boedy gething morn by her were produced by the pemn They were both fogmd god and -e -amdem to death. The question aem as be whether the kaiser. Franea Jaeph, weold Sen met to thme esecatin. Moth ker hadneut are opposed to capital p-sh---e Ths em press isad to have declared ths as ewma would be esecuted in Austria 6il abe gme kasorin. Bocmise was reprieved .lew daalo leaving her ahsband to face tedset sioms. SME3- AT AVLAUTA we wek useasi and SaS OW DOMse a mour Ae.s. ALANTa, Ga., March 17.-4smmtaear Eg Old his party arrived in Atlanta at -8 Me smin sag. John T. Glenn, chlarmam of thestat ell tral -semfitee, Cap. K P. MewMn, L. J. Kill, Fulestm cils J. I. John Cclvia and Mayer W. A. Hemp wee the commsittee w mst the Senator at the statios and spartsd hen bem his oar to the Kimball Mose, wher brbatl had beenm for he party. lbe Ismae set many friende in the Atlantanomfltte.. and found amaym more waiting at the heid S shake bands wath him. When beeakbet Ws over the ser returned t the statsn, whie a specia r Wa is wai to UM him o Naemuana. The train left Atlantaeoer the M Vignaand (a..r.ia raeread shfle' ae 7- o'clock for iee s in s 1 P. 5. Morma of the Atdmata 'nd ' ew the Hibernian Mslsty of 1naveNib. -AM Mnea the train will be trand6seffd So the Ogggga central. reaching Iavannab shet I Wod this atterese. l1e Snator easeak t 1 so steps and so spehes em reuse. John Teample Graves of Atlanta the party from AtlMata. nenator Hal Vpreb ably go to Augusta from avanasa and henee north to Norfolk, where he eouset to God"n Naturday next. MacoS, GA., March 17.-Seaster 1 and hi y arrived here on a specia tain from At ta as 1:0thi morning. lbo trip as & quiet one. At Jacki me of her ci . 6oarded the arain to saha hads witm the senator. The f had anemami t he would arrie e at 6:S e-m. and a larg, crowd waited in the dtiasa mere than two hours So mee him, alth the mborning was damap and sold. & commnittee of ciaas. heeded by Mr. L 0. Bacon, Loarded the tienter's tran atee is reached the hichmuond and Danvine railroad station, and elcomed the Nenater So Macs. When the trata pulled into the satee crowd gathered shout the platform of ths Sen ste' car and there were cras afor tMe Negator, He reeponded by hewing to the crowd from tihe platform of thme car and spresinag las--- at the greeting. He asked his fellow demseeraes to be true to tineir ary and thseir came. Me maid he was proud hedemocracyef Gleqaia, The speerh was brief, as rain ue fdar Mr. Joka T. Iliuitelt of the Macsls. pepk4she is cue of the speakers at time hangeat tomghLt, joined the party at Macsm. The specimi train decorated with flag. and hunting let Macon over tae Ricland and Dkaneine road at 11:19for avanma. It will arrivs at Gege ma at d e'ele. Me Elmmd Tese Wiems ts Mser Aeas T6e -depc Tragady. Larmaoes.March 1?.-T1heemeltemeataamsed by the dienevery yesterday 0f dve bsdlee buerisd under the floor of a hemse at ta EM, a part ot the town er Liverpeel. shown ne *~a of aba-men whatever ase farther demalep maWt in the emsare early awaited. It bee wreapired thant tetereenessng So Eashmmd WV. Lame, the man whose arrest at esur..sme d So sasarthings ethe bodies, was living So K. B. W. Mhertly after he left thee dp bi. end four chirnadss aedand t -e se. 'd tha they had leliwed VWiteme So e ofer e his Inteded ma--i--- Ss Sgen nmed Mather bsed smm Liverps to ethe esamed of a Ibedie else see Queesteayr.tm Qf e wQ mad ebmden and that Mame h~d Mem So seder So einyot hi. enSoe ar ahwhere Me meremasessWr to mary tegl S.q~i.ad okhr Ths et been diseued s et iasskirne the hm asta dm, Tuhedhe eeesi a lie bste ss Anh abs -mme odEessed Be. ta hemere et a hikh leenser essem ed *"te aiemeant -and Me pd feme buef the ratM mda and hoey hoa h So mmh -eMobueusea msmh ei. Bheneu *a, nddeme Gbe em la- II q* -4agees n