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Is thu vitimity at
DSUT;WOvb ?21313
hAb
TAKOUIA PARK!
A Hit. M~esaor re the Ius wp"o
sihateI ilb ed
UNIOUITWOOD HALL TUKE*DAT.
API'iL 1B. 1502. AT 7:3P W.
leet wemma M @Wttebd.
V H. A. GATLEY. ),..bead
A Is 31.33. Uertari. .slti3
Ha..a l.usiew.sud h e saws as hi. .ee.
2117 Bat scot Ith Nil-ts
SALK flu STCHUABO3-1'01 CITY
pr~aP.?ty esith-, hour. .Ju 1st). s inewtafal
uw~e wtde.., amot entirsip .,rr.md.wt by ..It
wear aet euvesi, rides Acua the a~tue nomw
buem. eve sasIiwe r..uaw .1)5UI. MA bu.na Is
r ISO ea fmsor with wade veranda s.,sa. I. as l eq
11 Fuhiurs mulh andt math, JEs'iW. Swe u.t
med bah r.oum. miearabe s"Ia-. fur /airly or, lab.
"4 ce of wood la. with stablsat for tor. hula w
Ou a Ca. bes home .Ishry. hot Witter. tsts hows. sit
lmbtoshort; 9Oh stamiardfri SnIt.-e; .U .bbe
Omans md 100 choIce rases; I beta, sad buy. I s..
usewho~ will be fresh in Harr. gives fr.-a. II to
Ism "h m ak der. with all lb. dairyL ulemele. en.. a
ta.ubs-ms e... I sail h.at. '. *fust know; V row
Mob~ farm. tact med burmse. with Intard e tem
lla eemroa is Perfetliy heuAiby plihlj," e1 ra,
inb% eyelea snd ium.. sofa sLeal Crab. u t l .
slb 1e The card.. I As eaed with sll the early
e/NaIs..maid he yL~aa useSc order. us..dlsbe
aaaa aasYls 63.000. )wlet it., Par
/.M lauIiasa. eas w.
eg94P Wrasaglem,. C.
?N!IUCAY ICK AND COAL CO..
S wU' Uus er l JOth sod P~ a. w.C
tsa C.sa Na~a IY la1 hfwr.-V t
av L. o s
~ijiWQLDyS FAIR WILL HAT! A
3~B.U~~J~7 erore you to west r41l e
1 P a. La hlaPest you be youe woo
mi mtaleao uth lb m soas .
ATTKNTIOI!
hA -GR.ms mst the mpletme of
Crp.eumr Veae.. N..s 1. will be bal
WNONNSDAT Z23.NUI.
Atgdbad Aimy NaIL. 7th A" Las.. m.W.
A Sandl invibtium ft, all a pmteea is ei
coet Las M -an youthst ad Maill
t e m.ato apiS-it
male-A vwry &Saluable tracS of uJ nea rFore
ass 5,54. absdal4Om-rru borderng on 'th at.
labe ss sar rsre L. Any oe pusra..4 tai. air 4
Cam mshes pill simwar thea twice Use must. AdJtueme
1" Ct C.. fltaroS.-. &I, 16-7t
A Srmm- AUto3G T H H SILKS
rp is M us !s T lds
\C w e laid fit Isater-huat what at tar that!
V It Is only aquestion of days wham the Shi
/ISwill begin to Waes You ought to have
-we " t work" 'N pr cese your- warste by the eol
beutsime ash !outet tid the chae that is is be found
ai whem you eone SILK hunting you wIL End a rich
sity that cme"au besagrnd inna retell eablisa
seet This hu. beet sus loos monlk
ad bowg esa tot Uw Is i AS Dsy
.ht day we hbe been bietirs follow
gaeu. We thiak we imew.o uucum--tor nobody
tessadrsthtl *Aatl puime that shrink Iroms the fall valor d Put
aim IS dum cost saything to Smile hern. This is
me ea91 -wm worth med magy chage ka~in
lasmtsy. msousy Sa.a the bestof the harasi.
hlis aset Sas s.Ilk wile, seaare gudsgS. have this
wet T Sese boht cheaper-moe butter than
"om-biaa ams thi9 Scud. mmmd.al
A Qu;== SzLI.
Tax P=T
b 0 r".-. w erth 51'..............63e a yard
24 ad _:-,meb uE3Ul!K IANISAI-.
Lge' y:)iitiflw-swot $ d ........ . - C~ a yad
37.tah Jt1 AI t ILIL --rsa Snout
A 4I~ 33. itte d ast.......... 12
/1s will boy sort bammamr-llga adar
P~imTi CA.esVAuzu
The bol ad eftua to be Sounsd-1 10
42Z1 si 4-~t1j& a yed.
CIANGEANLE SUNsAE
204seb-...................:::.........s a;.
4s-4ab--tnwel................ $1 :-.,s yardl
124-msb&messIrn .................Si 3% a yaid
u m..----- -- ---_.I' d i ss ml ar
SPECIAL NQTICES.
death WubntilB JWt~It~a lT.:,LCe
meld will e ee e night. a s
1O OU PATRONS
tU ha chidremre dieaetment:
hee returmed uai I new eedy an i sese
rider at the seortet nettee all the n emo
mes shewn by Meiceen Ue. Althem and e~h
A. KAV
ap15-6t 00 mesalnaava, n. w.
'TilE PUBLIC 13 uEzEST W1NORM P
a wtha t w .are at precst lecsts st btb .5
ss a V (lee).amd wll eamaus thesre atl further
ap1i5-24 WALEE & WAR,
F7RE FIREE
acr." i, b,,.strdy'. dstruct. e . . a
U_ and ye.r...lde arases be, Dee'S Is we t
may aetar atany m-oW eTEOA.
tsar~~~ ~ ~ .ol 7wlwma. THOMAS.
12th6endO ets.
Agent far
Nataeee Five Imersace Compay Eartfoed
Yirginia are ad Marine lasearaue Cmeauy, hih
apt-3t aedo d.
The wsetber is likely to be elseriug by this ater
anoe: ehvbtly ..etr aetnrday s.orailbp. fair and
eliwly it... teausperture .'atardag and andayj.
northerly wiand. trute te eight.
THE BAD.SAWED BOARD/ HATE
mssonth. amfors curbses reody te be
plated Is poesition. The eir;uaereawed
ONLY beards ae reagh sod une1es. reringu
THE planing end apeuterag-atre ensamea.
BESET We be-p ..ly the bepd and Waa-eased
beet. thouse at price lowest Ia Weehiugtoa
$I It pat 100 a. IL RylMATES EEm.
Libbe. Bittager a M~ier.
"The People's Lbeser Eard.*
Oer. Sth and N. . am ,w..
Oar. 1 3h and O ea, as, el5
WE KNOW ALL ABOUT IT.
e rwthe' me. mnake the wins cud ell It
d.ru to you fres the "T- Elen" vineyards of
Caitorple. There la na it! Ja4leaar proat.
Try one of these White wnesi: "yrcatgnaa"
at 03 b0 per dear quart. or "Chable" at 04
per dense %uartn. Both prim Srst-ele.s wims
TO-AWN WINE CO.
014 14th et. n W. leIpl) Telepheee 99n.
k.tTEUE MER? 511 B5L09kUL
"The baste of all escellteos is truth."
That ' our nderaettajl&lar of i. We am
to aiafacture a shoe which egoesi alt
Shined other. and we truthfully praise it. We
;2n4. euld net do otherwies. Our reputation
is based on the mette of the MEmeress
Eboe. We snlowt a trial.
Fur men only.
B. U. GROVER & CO..
Sole Makers and Sellorn of the "Emermea" Shoena
ap15 1103 Pen. ave. anw., pest to Star elce.
TOO. CHESTS FOR ROME UBE.
The gust trouble with all
ready-flled Tool Chests to they
contsa too many tool sad many
which re rarely ever need. We
you get around this by buytaig the
empty cheia and permitting you
Get to make year se.ectione right
froat the stock. Alung the shest
Better with what you want. and we the
nake a price for the "wbole." sav.
Quality tag you ruta 1,5 to 2: per cent.
You also get better quality teols In
Tools buytrg this way.
We can make you up a good
Chet of Tools for010.
tMr D)ouble- burtner Full-nicheled
Gas ..tovs for ;:.,0 is the bet ever
acid at 6L.e y..e.
DARDER & ROSS.
-Btudsr.. ilarduar..
Cor. 11th and 0 mt. .w. apt1
- NOflIC .-TUE FXPBilS ANODSTORAGE
a.saes h-retofore eoi.ducted by the late
tGeorge W. Knox S:l be countanu.d at the old stand.
1,o:a et d sad Itste . w . with uuebanged facalitse
for nsctcud.act. ijs rontauance having been fully pro- 5
ialed for I:r tbe terms of hai will.
MikblOu.tAhlrn WILLIAM . KNOX. Msang.
CAUTION.-WISUINO ALL OF OUR MA- I
chines to give the Li-i heet deurres of setitaec- 1
toes. ;s .rtculacrj3 muton tose hav old epse f -
our make ag.aet ?lowhg them to be adjusted else
where then at the COMIP'Akji' OYPICE. shore a
but gentane rea are ueed. cnd enly the moat saob
atde tharge. ail any, are mse.ie Urler by geta will
receive uurnstate attent:u:.
WUsl.-a a CILMON MO. CO..
my.6-t.th.atr d3s7 lth aet. W.
- LNCOLE MEMORIAL CONGEIGA- n
tienal Church, 11th and Rit it -- ster -
sermcn by Rev J M u aldren of Jrcheoavile. ia, 11
ana. Pastor. hey 0 W Moore. Spn All invited. It* 0
MTitIPOLITANZION A.M . C#IBCU. S
" t sw. Rev R H O Dyacu. Du yestor
tag, 11 am and 7:30 p is. by t a r;
ruag people's aeenuag.4 pam; Chritia asv
7 1m M*
FIRST CONGREOATIONAL C1
rot 10th and Oat. nw- le ast
am. with sermon by postor. Rev 1 Newman 1
7:30 am. Esater service by Snay schoel. i ad
dress by Mr Justice Brewer; mnde. with est l d
hi l-e by Afty voweae. led by Dr Bite . essMm nt; e
sandey -sc-uld9;4a a; Christian Eadesvur Meetieg.
6:31 yam. It -
iiiEO(Db.
! ! GRACE REFORM.D CURCH. 5TH ST.
... bet. l. ave. and P t,. ev. A. Thepa G.
A tle. pater.-Mely eM unka teat*Tow at 11a.m.
sadLy echuwl at 9:d4. ,i erav of I IL and
enrregaen at S p.ma. Rmtasos decorataoa,.
MOUNT CAMItyL BAPTIST CHUU CI.
cor. of 4th and L eta. sw.--unday scheol.
Sam .r peaching. I I a.m.; subjact The Mtanree
tien,.. Ly-eum. :i pu.: Chanm H. Watson. presilent.
7:45 subject.' Eteruaty." Rev. Wia. P. Gibbone. pes
tor. It*
THE ICEMIE OF WASHINGTON ARE
Invited tn the
CFNTRAL PRia1B1TERIAN f-Pr.CN.
Cor of 3d Ista am, Sunday. April 17. S o'-ock p m.
to hear a sermon to teem and tn thear i.s h di by Rev.
Dr. Piaer. beata free. I t
t'B . TE STANDARD WRITING MAWINE T
OF The WORLD.
The
1892i
MODEL
33E13N0TON
Is now
ON TUE MAREET.
WYCEOFF SEAMANS & BENICTIO.
LE DROIT BU.LDING.
mhl7-tr STB AND 18ST3,
- o~ION RAIL.INGII.
Eend postal and we will de thermt
If you want any kind oftrae work.
O. SMITE & SONS.
fe"6-3:a salue ave, brt. d%4 and 6th ate,
SUMlhO OUR
COU,0N.
Youan saeel10 per cent en yourleandrF'
bills. Nothing but Sren-clams week.
TOLMAN STEAM LAUNDRY.
mhlO d 49to 490Cet. a.w.
418lS6. TMIRTT-SIETM YEAR. 1802.
GLDNL.T & ROBERTS COMPANY.
1 sa t Gaerprated.)
Engraving.
Deaigang. Ths sembliottat thes
Lathugmaphy, arte cerec the unique
?rn.tiag. mealta for which thia
bo"loa-r. heese is so well knewn.
With assemed facitite eand espital. toether with
emmiat amauagemaeat. prempmma wIll he a Lestere
of the bassacee.
Itandlardt atatlostery of the peevaing tiactarees ad
ahapee for co(rrepondence.
Any desered objer t reqaired in the above arts ean
he acumytahed by uc-ideae ceggestad and washed
est fur ayseal.
A. 0. OEDNET.
3. 3. WEEL. EUGENE PETERS,
FRANE S. PaRaaEET. DEER! T . FINLET.I
ape. W. u. ThOMA..
SOFFER FRaL H IE Et
dse1700 l9th at; 17 reom two~eh
hans by seam te. ansteroom. denias roem.
batler'spla try ateen ssauar.A p
ag.-l eUer .anAed.
esseplm JOT N Mase. is aeuljuw
p3- ebeh IS Big t
r.mt~m.. , w ..
ieesisa. ear att. ientstette
th SOed SAUBes a z.3
MOODWARD V n
T. .e.es.
y. fer t. .pe 4. - .t ae;arco . . v..
"7 lanie. Ae- .< 1 A. A. 1., D. C. at
_toal s A sI~I~~I 15W.tmnttea! e
_ed F. (. et{ hea. .
ts en at nd100
>" (asIr L. urge it " oce. Adyi
Stte-at CBARLEIG EAILT, t103 141 it.
-th w.. whede ladies can get the teut
P~mertsl te reu tts Wb t.lt.1t
For tote resse 1 ptteeK S to favor me with a
fnPt lat of usonate at Eea
ap15-3t THOMAS R. MARTIN.
a, "MRTZ'" MODERN IDEAS,
style.
service.
Set mceer
btrusr~ot~erwith
Finb~h.
Fashto.
Arn to he found in our 625 business es
heame site to erder.
V. c.'mERTm-s
Tmdori sbop,
ap1S $14 lth at.
YROh a ADAMs. Printer.
E CURlN PRINING! ) 11ht.
EXCU"Il N PMITINO:
Special rates to charehgs and Sunday apN
REASOXABLE PRICES
Lad highest .u.y .r coslderntio.
out to be overlooked when electing a
Sprig sat.
5. A. GIIESBAUKIt.
L SE Rarde. No. 0 EaR The Tallar,
api-3m d3 9th st. nw.
GOOD TAILORIIO NOT Eii A bIVE.
Becamuse we are turning out the Anest work in
this city It dce nut neceesarlly laagly that our
Pre.s are high. On tha contrary. we charga no
aSore than you pay for inferior work. We are
tailoring (mcmllant milt tet $33. Better ones
tor more money.
WILl1AM . TREEZ
ap15-ti 934 Pa ave. miw.
THE D1Iffi EN~ RhADILY PERCEP
TIBLE.
Don't daeave yourselt. Almost any
man can tell th diaerezee between a
custoan-nade and a ready-Wnade esut.
Tbedstference I. rea.Uly ie.ceptuble.
Tab any man who t. at all cospicuous
for the auswrior lit ' his clothes csd it
I. 'dmli.ara to penn.aea" be has tLetn auade
to order. More W: are rea.sur every
day that it is nut only the est but
cheapest to bwve their cloth.umade to
order. 1fy a27 Spring bults to order
Sre iotit.dety aw Sue es can be secured
fur P.I2 to 140 elaewher. Regular td.
U.aeaud Sd trodesor to order sur ai.
. WARFIELD SIMPION,
a'ter, cor. 9th and 0 eta. a.w. avS
- - IAUK b E - A: Yri AUAI.iil
The German-Amertcaa )ire Ins. Co. of New York ia
ne of the oldest and mecut aeliable com panies in the
rorld. I am their general agent for this Iiatrict.
maakaslhed prices. R J. DLOCK.
General Real Estate and nasursne Agent.
sp12-tf Ut. E at rw.
r MILLIONS HAVE. DEX SPENT DY uUR
rase n tion friend. Ivr Caseard's Fine Ulawe
5 s4 ubnless Bacon when they were :ot Cassard's at
II. We bave tried several pane, to overcome this daf
culty and have dnally adopted a biae or I t:n tag.
lath our name printed on at in white. which is afflid
S.il our fine meats. wbether covured or uncovered.
npt be deceived. laist usasu hav.ag only gay with
bae tan ttacedst to them us~-tx
I'~ ? 'S bAND-SEWED SHR1 AT 63;
BAVNNER & DAVIS.
Sm 9S and 030 s.
C. W. McNAUUTON. DE TIMT.
Mau reentr-d to 603 1314 et aw. corner of
*Stt.t gite Fc trebz at
ut of he mouth. 12-2w
VIOLI.'WS. DaW. wrbTI5s. TARIMMINOS
sad Ceses of leather and wood for ali kinds
I stringed instruna at SOILCW' MUM CW1URk.
'3 7th at. Plants for rent. Ja14-3W
IDR. DONALLY.
lilt. MESS.
Dentiat,
Have rmeved from 1321 1 stred to 102' 14th
s- rU0 IcR - ALL ap 0 OLDi-G
~trude cards taf th loch isle Co-operative
thaerperatada are requested to retury t
.me to the escretary or da'ora from whum the ad
bdwere obtained. Mty order of the dltn.
g4-:14 J. W. BAUMNA. Sec'y.
ALL OF SQUARE 1054,
Beautifally subdivided and ON grade.
now offered as a whole at a very rea
gsnable Agure to a quick purchaer.
Apply
CHARLES EARLY.
Spll-64 603 14th at. n.w.
EP 3NflI RAVING PAINTING TO DO
wili and it to their interest to call or ad
rem AS. A. OLa.NN. corner 3d and B sta ow. Jul.
ing a specialty. ap4-2w'
! A N T E L S. ANDIRON, FE.NDERS.
t es. Wrought-iron GAS Fixturs, be.
pealr discounts while makinr changes.
mhl4-tr J. H. CORNI\N Tile aihop. W50 13th at
WaASMAG LU.
PAWE DEPOSIT C-MPANY.
91IS and 918 Pennaylvaa avenue.
The vaults and apartment, fur the atcrage of val
able pa era, silve-. clothing. pletar. and furutstur
re spac oua, dry. Are end burglg prqae' .rr-e. mo~d
rate. feluJ-Gusz
FOR0 INVALIDS -PURE CALIFORNIA
Pt and Sh~Wn i eae A.
3i7 9th at. nw.
MARRY M. CONRhAD. Manager.
N..-Vineyards at sAmahean and Cucamnaga, Cal,
tahI6-im
TALR.ATTENITION!
0PIN AN:.UUNCg EsT CARDS.
New ant deutitu detrs
elephone 763.[(t:2i U. L. NecUE t~h. 1108 E stuaw.
E TAILORING AT 2PULAR PRICES.
SNIDEit WOOD.
mh31-3m 4d' 11thaet.aw.
OUR OWN IMPORTATION OF M ADRIAS
CRVOI ARa TLANDEL. BMZETANtia
Castang free the renewaad manufacturers. C. & 3.
.IIDROY. es kaov juat what chotoa styles to
apest. Stripes. Elalde. Chece and the 501141 Pinks
ad Esee. There I. siduiable eatiiestn in got.
ang Sret pick. Iee'S then? e~et us messur. you now
'en knew vaat ma earert mhtrt cutler we have. Hun
reuda ot yes have had the pleasure et weag perft
tiling ahirta-the outeome of his long ad airactical
asieriene. Tell us what style of shirt you at, give
asa r-ma.hl time. and we'll mot only give you a
erfect St, but will have youar order reedy at the time
semtsed. Leave erder at Men's Depertnmemt.
WOOD WARD 3 LOTNROP,
fee-lha 10TN, 11TH AND 3 ST. N.W.
BIGU TIME TO LOOE AFTER
Easter closhee. I t wilt he better to
mak your slection mow to avoid the
et o trade ont Easter Maerday. Rave
good. delivered at your, coavenioee.
Me. are mlecting from our stack prtu
*veoat., suite and trousere instead
beyinir custom garmentsa at s maving of
time, worry and money.
ap14 I3S7h.t
Sa TORE SEALmERNM, PU16, be.
Better let us etore year valsable Seeaktas.
lure, be.. I. ear esperk Mage .uarters.
They will le perfectly eesuremad tree from
Mthrausae of tame lsta,
Iraoes SI ap-aeomadlg to isla
L . STNERMTE S 8036
337 ENaa. ava, amw. '.a14
*hEB ThAT WILE, 301'33
eseeeamssepeeer ~ seaaasma set as
ue tn. e wetom itagestat mmmohbs
eiha whe uswin lesn U es his aee~to
smU c yeseas- mnese muMe tomhs ye.
BGE M &m , -, M 3*e
-s g auaum a
CM R E M E
SPICIAL. wOTWKSE.
tC3Afl r1. rat
A. a *Mii Dhe 0 b"
"S1ftto s e taIa aa ! l'
A sthe or t
A LONGO Pres. 512 A t ne.
j. .*L 03, .ldeS aw. a
J. A. RANDAL :O 8thsta
J. 1RE. Y' Id j1 see{ 1 w.t
S 1W1thataw.
OH. N SIN. 518 23et aw.
SeWAR~lELD.1413 avenw.
J N R L JOU N~tY 1 it I e e.
3. 1. McOO'NE. 00 lad naw.
NURTQN MAC 4F . :17th at nw.
w. . E."Ad .
URDAr. 16 t. 0310 anto att na. ,fuealo
. la. THr . 20 MN 0 lnd ao e a.
JoeP fraealTY. 2 i18 Pa a k ww.
NNITH THOMP'SON. 182O F at nw.
ItitAEL C. TOCKTN. 170: N J ae w ap1 -W.w
A'AL LODGEO. lP.. A. A. .
asrial commnication will be hedo ET
our late brother. bamuel MUaar. . . hren of sister
Jodges fraternally Invited. Dark clothing w 11 be
strctiy osered.Byorder of W.M.
Ii OEORGE. SCHULTE. See.
z RUDDER'S FURNITURE HOUSE.
EXERCISE
In many instances is more bene inal than medicine.
IF YOU DELAY GETTING TIAT
NEW SUITE OF FURNITURE
MUCH LONGER YOU WILL BE
FORCED TO SELECT FROM A
LIMITED NUMBER OF STYLES
UNLESS YOU ARE WILLING TO
WAIT UNTIL THE FACTORIES
CAN FILL MY RECENT ORDE3IS.
DID YOU EVER BEFORE HEAR OF
SUCH TERMS AS I AM OFFERING?
LONG-TIME CREDIT AT
THE LOWEST CASH PRICES!
JOHN RUDDEN.
.t..w.] 513 Seventh stre',. nortawest.
p IM3PROVE YOUR STORE FRONT.
hy iut cub.
.t.tute one laree
Freah late Glass
for the uunuerus small
panda tn lour stare wtudow?
it woud arrently es.a.unee toe
beauty of your ,tore front sad would
retay you ai increaseo tsde. I-t us give
you an estunate. Absolute atiaastoun g u.ranteed.
CHAS. E. HODGKIN.
"Expert Handler of Plate Glass,"
ap16 913 7th at. r.w.
EDISON PHONOGRtAPUS ON TIME.
Time waawhen Phonogra'hs wpre only leaved
-latterly they have been *ad for ech-now to
meet the demand of tha gre-at ..rnlwy . orre
epu'lnitts ind youl:. lt:jil.ig lainee ant
pirfet tonal men of limiued cap.tal the Phono
grap w.1 be sold on 94,v pay..ents.
0127 E e reet n. w. [a16] It. r. CUtOMELIN. Sec'y.
S-A~z." LAlT CALL ON EASTER CARDS.
Better Pick your Easter Cards and
Novelties tonight. If there is to be a
'drop in prices" it will occur tonight
Magacicent line.
JOHN C. PARELE,
luokseller and Stationer. 619 7th at. n.w. apl1
THE WORLD'S RECORD
For aieed ou the Iypewriter was
recently broten b- a young lady in
Syracuse. N. Y. 'lba fanstet sworn
record w.a 172 wods a ininute. ohe
made sn uudi.puted record of l$t words
on the MMI Tl P.;EMIlER TI a. WRITEt.
which thus -howed its wonderful c rarity
for steed. ON TRIAL Fu.. THE ASkINO.
IENRr A. RKE & LON. Agents. 9J3a P it. ap16
'10-! aOFFIC OF THE ROCHDALE CO-OE-I'
staive Soeletyo the Dietrictof Coaibia,
70 t at. aiw.. Washington. D. C., April 1G. 1512.
L.ottee is hereby given that the regular quarte*rly
meeting of the above namued society will be heid on
TUESDAY EVENI >O N..IT 19.h inatant. r.t M..
sonic Tena Ia, 2d Soor, cor. Loth and P et. o.w., at
7:30 o'cloux. As very important snatters will ie pre
seuted for congidrstaon all nruba-rs are urgentay re
quested to attelid. Current trade card, must bo pre
muted at the door. By order of the executivecom
mittee. I, S. l..0Rtt.
al1U-3t Secretary of the Society.
SiPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLta' TO
a.verteenavnt under head of Etcursiona.
D opportunity tar ever .4y to visit the Wtrid's
I. Read it. TMsauupMO & CO.. Corcoran bide.
It'
f RlA CO MlINMS Folt LADIES AND
ME:N.
the t mn to buy your Spring Hate. Bea. t -
fa a * tof .ie,' and Clii.lren? traw Hats in Ilaa
and .acy straw,. t no tif bew York and CLhristy
of Lo dun have at n. us a Ane line or )ten's fiass ln
a.' at a .sand celers. te have otLer bpritir Hats.
42. O u.. Our avr.:ge quarters to :bealktne.
I .r-, dtc .' alot be sry. s .
B. H. IN-.tJZ a n... 1i37P.ave.uw. ap10
t h ,,, A~'O '0 d ii LfEDr 64thtNCli
B2 Our suite are charoeterised by grace and'
naturai ae. The *:sl eprin;r sulte to orter
cannot be equaled in this city for quality,
style tt-and price. A few of the 512 trouser
ings left-to urler at 010.
OWEN OWEN. "Up-town Tailor."
Car. 10th and N. Y. ave. n.w. ap14
K i-AN ESTABLISHED REPUTATION.
use Fixtures made by tie Archer R Par..eet M'fg
Co. are noted for their shvpe ly beauty, artistic effects
and superior workananship.
Washington's Sneat residencee are equipped with
Astures furnished by this company. MANY PEOPLE
WILL HAVE NO OTHER.
It I. with satisfaction that we announce having se
cured the exclusive 1) aehinaton agency for the goods
of the Archer & Pancoast M'f' Company of New York.
You may now And at our store a replete assortanent of
the (Gaa, Electric and Comnatiton Ftxturee snade by
this concern.
S. S. BREDD & BRO.,
Plrumbing. Meeting and Tinning.
432 11th et a w arld
SGEDNEY & ROBERTS CO.
DESIGNING. ENGRAVING AND
PRINTING 10OR SOCIAL AND
BUSINESU USES.
407 10TS ST.. NEAR GAS OFFICE. ja13
SMONEY TRANSFERRED BY
TELEGRAPHI.
Increeeed facilities for~ this class of bust
neas. Money padat addcees within a iow
hours. All lrinacipal pointsa n Euro ge. Asia
and the Uni .d States.
LEWIS JOHN-ON & CO.. Blankers.
mhS0-lm 131, F st. naw. MIuD biating.
3 ,NOTICE. tchldr f"U
The annual meeting of the sokodr f"B
MERIDIAN ItEAL ESTATE AND PRI9MOTION
COMPANYt" willbheheld.n MONDAY. April18.15112,
at 12 o'clock m., at the oee of the coanpany, 11171F
at nw. for the purpoee of electing a board of directors
for the ensging rear and transacting any other busk.
n-s that may h. numer. S. Herbert Gis.y.ec.
retasy.
Directors:
W~f. OSCAR ROOME. *reaident: JOHN 0. JOHN.
BOlt. Vice Preetdent U. H. LAVIDGE. Treurer;
E.i ~iBfl, Cl45 Sd~ecretary sG Atore .y
CAMI'BILL. ankilh-lm
anREMOVAL NOTICE.
TEE SCUILLINGER CURDING
AND PAVING COMPANV
Rae removed to Its new oeas,
No. 14130 SrB. N. W.
an oexecute all werk In
which Portland Cement. Geman
ManSte and Taii Aaphalt are
nee. ae7.tr
1m TOU WANT 'EM; WE'VE GOT 'EN.
NICTOLES FROM P150 TOSIS,
Ease eharnese in aelM thses. Bl ent en
'"w~ENewT. AND JUNIOSS.
GOEMULLY & JEFFERY ZIG. O0.s
.6 325 14th at n.w.
OTICE~ BYE GIVEN TEAT I
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7- R PIEs 1C OI GUAXAN
UEb WE Ass OFFERIlIt:
EKV V IN 1. MK
CREAK AND LAVENDER. 56C
IES LISLE FINISH RIBBED
Vam" , 5 QU E OR V M ENC AND NM
.a.EEcE, 25C
GNTB' PERFECT FITTING RIBB'D
SdIRTS AND DELAWERe. ALL hIZEd.
5OC EACH
JADiR'COMINTioN ROT. MILE
O. BALBRUtsANL(OW NECK ANDI NOL
SLEEVE. FULL LENG"H OR KNEE
LENGTH.'OM t TO $3
L.ADIES' LISLE CORSET COVERS,
FULL FASHION CUT. FOa 50C
READ BELOW ABOUT IIANDEER
CIALtt IN H ANDIECHIEFS
LADIE ' ALL SILK uHANDE liCHIE
IN PLAIN AND CJLORED BORDERS
21C
ADEs HFMSTITCHP' AND EM.
aoniDERED hADELCHIEF O.Lf
15C
L.DIES' ALT-'.INLN INITIAL HAND.
KERCHIEFR, 25IC.
LADIES' FINE EMBROIDERED HAND
FERCIIIEra FROM .50. TO
$4.98
(TEAL IIWLOW ABS.lT lI.;LTS.)
METAL DELTS IN GILT AND SILVEE.
25C.
A LL-LAT BODICE BELTS IN
BLACK AND TAN, WITH u IIZLD
BlUCKL. 39.
ALi-LLA 4 .a:.R BODICE IhELTR WITH
R * LEL TUDs AND VEIDIZer i:DUCKLE
IN BLACKAND TWO MUADSOF ' 1AN,
48C.
LADIES' OUTING SASH BELT . MADE
OF AiLMUIE ANU SGtAI SiLK. WITH
BODIC. FRidri. JUNS LuL'alNU TO
WFAR WITH SITI T WAINTS. 98C.
(READ BELJW "F SPUiING 1U4Sir:kY.)
LADIES' FINE COTTON HO06E IN TAN
AND GPAY, FAST COLORE), DUBLE
H EEL A.ND TOE. .5c.
LADIES' COTTON HOSE, BOOT PAT
't:U\. WITH bOLID COLU"kU 10kS,
25c.
ADIES' DROP-STITCHED HOSE
WI i H-STRIPi.D BOUT 4 ND BLAC11
T :I'S. FAST COLORS, kOMLRLl J 3e..
NOW 25 .
JADIES' LISLE HOSE. HERMSDORP
E," 44., 4. 50. ti A\ D 7(c.
.ADIES' DERIBY RIBBED ROSE,
MFAtl. U WEIOHT. 35c; 3 'AIIS FOI MSL
O('R OUT OF TOWN FRIENDS CAN
OcDEst 1)Y MAL. I H::Y WILL tLCIIVE
TH.:: MAE cU.SluiRtATIUN AS IF
'IlHEY CAME IN PEhaou.
CooKs BOOK FREE-TO EVERY PCR
CIiASEI OF 25c WOltrTH OF .TATION
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42U. 422. 424.420 SEVENTH ST.
'PIG
FLANAGA'S JEWELRY ETALIHMENT.
WATCUE -.
CLOCKS
WATCIIEL
LADIES' SOLID GOLD WATCH
ELIN OIL WALTHAM MOVEMENT
$18.
LADIES' SOLID SILVER WATCH
THE SWIS MOVEMENT
GENTLEMEN'S SOLID SIL-ER
MUNTINGS-CASE WATCH
GOLD HAYDN
NANCY ENAMELED DIAL
$7.
SETH THOMAS CLOCKS
GILBER T AND ANSONJA CIDCKS
EIGHT-DAY-CATHEDtAL BELL
fiJUil AND HALF-HOUR STRIKE
WOOD-IRON-PLASTIC MARBLE
$5.
531 Seventhetreet northwest. [5. r..
GOING-OOING- GOING
SHETE'S CANDY.
Our Ever ince we Srat advertised our
(0ce. FINEST 60c. CANiDIES at 33centn
cat dy aumonth ago the demand has bees
etili simply wonde ja-mot conclusive
guing evliance that appr-eciative public
at doce niot tire of a good thimnr.
Soc. Try our ICE CREAM SODA ealy
yer 5 cont. a glaes.
pound.
KEELTZ. The wideawake confectioner.
1881. 1892.
W. I. WHEATLET'S Premium and Steam Drela
adCleania 1(1mb lahm'nt. The yatrons of the
aboaemen 3- are reiprectfully infortiet that
we ,s rew eready I o reaum business. We have had
our nrat and nul, St's in the sixty-one years of our
eaistenuoe and in rebul~ding hava taken every ecu
tien to prevent a re.enrence. We bave also aedthe
latest smrIe vemente and with increased faciliies
e d4oletter sork than ever befoe. Wanting yeur
Ia oure, very tuly.
aul6-1m l068 Jeferaon at.. Geoeetown.
Our beautiful new line of eonable attractiom. In
Diem Geeda atraite your inspection. We ares .hwing
a gest variety the very lateet and meet approved
eleetiems Ia ali grade, fabrics, shade. and edleera We
gesnentee the newest ame best geeods ai -e th e
.EDFORD OORDS
ga newr spring ahade.. all-veeR. beautiful es-eiase
ad are the Iltest fabric for spring ces=ume==
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Om aseat et delay et mntsstere the importermc.
fused a e.eet thee needs ewing as tee advamee et
ses. and by sen.at we pesea them at guess
lessto the .wner. Thee. geeds m are eei WVsee
and wee iinperted to mali at Sic yead. We .win them
nt Ageuratmse know.whes we yea bareain
wetes e Meadvsage ef it. Taesegeeme an
veeR. new alme besein shades amt see siling weer
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ATrRACTIE HOPES.
Sm~e b dMhm hipi ae to
. the Fati. umo.
FLORAL DECORATIONS.
3oW TIN aUaUrrer, lLowiae A". WS vaI
IN AITUVcALL an=n=as= l3 3aa oSla
MNTATToS - TAstai. oseem s0e RAcK
0nma-A 11W cassa anam I o awmer.
Writti for The avealas r.
Once more the festival sesaa of Easter has
come to the world; this year it is the resnrrve
tion time of nature also and oar cty is fair ia
deed with the bloessoming shrubs, the spring
dowers and the tender green which is appear
ing everywhere on tree, vine and grees. So
cially all is fall of life and energysad the brief
spring season, which is a favorite one in Wash
ington, holds many attractions an the near
future. Entertainments given at this time wear
as spring-like an air as may be imparted to
them in flowers and coloring generally, and
the wealth of blossoms, both cultivated and
those charming ones to be had for the picking
during country drives or to be found in quan
tities at market now. may all be so combined
as to be most efective. From the Japanese
we have learned much as to arranging overs,
though the art is not yet taught regalsly here
pa a part of a young girl's eduatiao. bus their
grace and taste have bad a considerable intu
ence, and blooming shrube and branches of
blossoming trees are made to have as Japan
esque effects as possible.
A JAraxsa arrECT.
To have these at their best a wide-mouthed
receptacle is what displays them to the great
est advantage, and a low globe-shaped bowl or
open jar is apt to be chosen for them. As any
one knows who has tried it, it is a dadicult
matter to make branches weighted with blos
soms stay in such a bowl. though there may
nothing else be so pretty for them if as is suc
cessfully accomplishe-, Therefore I was very
glad to read of a device for overcoming this by
tying little bags of sand to the lower ends of
wne heaviest branches before putting them in
the water. By doing this to several and so
holding them firm the rest may e"aly be put
aniong these, which will steady all the others.
Peach. cherry and pear blossoms from the
gardens, as well as the beautiful dogwood, are
all most lovely if arranged in large rases and
jar., but must not be crowded together by
smail-mouthed receptacles, or the prettiest
effect to be got by their use for decorauve pur
poses will be lost By means of an order more
or less large to a florist very beautiful results
in flowers will of course be obtained; but
charming ones may also follow at this time of
year. when the whole country about is full of
supplies, if one has the taste to make the most
of the opportunities; for if the pleasure of
driving in:o the country and gathering the
bowers is denied, the naarkut is filkd with
everything at hand that the longest search 'or
ourself could find, and for very little money
much beauty may be bought.
ILOPAL DZCOaaTaIE UrVEcrs,
For some festivity a special effort may be
made at home decoration, and rooms be lovely
by floral arrangements which give pleasure in
the doing, as well as seeing afterward. On
such an occasion an idea might be carried out
which I saw described for a pink entertain
ment, that is a screen with several folds, which
were hung with pink for this special time, and
from the top of each panel was a fringe of
smilax with other vines overhanging the pink;
the airy effect of the green over the pink sal
lovely, and the same thing could be easily car
ried out with other colors It one wished. As
paragus vine would be even prettier
than smilax, but any vise of coarser
outdoor growth in its early spring greenness
would be pretty thus arranged, and almost
every house affords a screen of son:e kind to
serve as foundation. On the occasion I speak
of this screen was used to conceal the musi
cians. but a purpose could always be found for
such a pretty piece of decoration. Pale green
batiste. cotton crepe or any soft fabric could
be shirred or draned on a screen as a back
ground for the trailing vines, or yellow, of
which some exquisite shades come in the in
expopeive sottin crepes, or violet, whlhe also
is found of a pertet sade in the same ma
terial. would any of them be equally pretty
with ts vines it saiting better the rest of the
decoratIons. 4 large brass bowl filled with
branches ;f the yellow shrub, which is so
beautiful just now-forsythia, I think, is the
name-would be an effective pieee of
yellow decoration, while a Dresden patcher
Aled with peach blossoms wou.d be another
pretty color effect. or a delft jar with the
cherry blossoms or the various white bloesoms
of bridal wreath, snow bells or any sf the
similar shrubs.
law calls.
And ,peaking of delft is a reminder of the
new blue and white china"made in Germany,"
as the label says. White has the color as well
as similar designs of delft; the texture, how
ever, is quite different. the German ware be
ing very light and brittle appearing. Table
dishes, dinner sets and each thinge are the
forms this china takes, which is very attract
ive in shape and coloring. The shade of blue
which is known as delft blue is a favorite with
many people, tn textile fabrics as well as
porcelain, but is is not a common one, or one
easily to be obtained in fact. Denim some
times comes in that tone, and after several
washings. boilings indeed, assumes it still more.
With everyroturi'ng spring nowadays the useful
andI artistic denim resserts itself and is re
gnrded with ever growing favor; not muach that
Is novel, however, is seen as to its uses, or
rather the mode of decoration which is sauit
able for it. heavy texture and the purposes
which it best serves. White fish-net was snuch
used last year in connection with it and still
seemas to be popular, a fine mesh nesting In
white and in colors being sold for this and
many other purposes.
Macreame lace in spoken of as being good for
decoration of denim and It might look well.
Something striking, rather large desigus and
nolfine work of any kind isbest for use with
denim, s any one can readily see, and excellent
results may be obtained by eembinaties in
many ways,
I belheve I have already mentloned the res
toration to favor ot black. palit for furniture
and even wood work in ron.When a re
action of that hind se ind ulabeesmee
siopular almost at one, and It is aymu.
In o e already In householdt art papers
where advice to correspesdents is gien that
black is preferred to White in almnest every ij.
stance for furnishin.- rooms. Very lately It
was white which was advised at every turn for
renewing and refurnishing, whetiper the work
was to be home production or nut, but new it
is jet black carriage glees whiek is res
mended for painting chairs and settes, piss
rail and wood work, in ade instanee to ho em
bined with terra eottapn wal. .Whita paint
for all these purposes amha a leog run new
and very likely will after a time leokas anti
quated as It thsed to before its late populari .
Black when It Is the feunta leehe well, l~e
almost anything else in that eesditieu, and
probably we shall hear of it moere and often
for some tamse to come. One of the new tig
Is a set of colonial furnIture is ebesiued
frames, than which nothing esold hove s~e
more out of plaee a while n~
Fereeeing the turn of'Utm's tide, a
Pr~oe t C) some two yeas agemo made
forrd and w!-ldsein
l mns eve s wll a.
sAn , hseno ieaser.h -
The fulfiment see~m esein-~
the esmbinaties hek Ste prs and new
the lingering white sems osn to in fall.
Whatever sem the latest seabeth
fsneof man y people, es, bleek ewB probably
ob is qaa esmas Mr Ok wrpessn
A cunes.nusm
tea Hill, 35.3~~~~bb .
nuaS eengegatismei memg Me
hast, and eleeted the Wnee m smlea se
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T!E . A. 3 .Am L
" &anan s maaias to sm m o U SMm an
amoquestien .t the Ssm Item is the Di
met appropriati bill fr the Grand Armyen
emement ease up bfease the ba.eee
of the omse appropriaties esemaitee yester
day afternooa, and the subeemmittee en the
District was ealled together informally to neset
the members of the execntive committee on
the encampment. There were presot.. ie
the city members of the .o..amie Cosse
siomer Douglass. Menrs. Parkee. age. Edson.
mattes. McGowan. Wine. Saks. Warner. Weed.
Worthington and Driver. There were present
emers. Deckery, Cogswell. Compton and Hen
deeon of the appropriation committee. The
procardinge were opened by the reading of the
invitation which the committee had extended
to the encampment.
Mas. Smoo's T&stan.
Mr. Edson then went on the stand, as
it were, although he occupied a very com
fortable chair. In answer to questions of Mr.
Dockery. Mr. Edson outlined the eforts which
bad resulted in obtaining the encampment
here. The guarantee lind had been close to
0000. The subseription made over agaia
would reach that amount; at least a O.MWI
could be raised. Mr. Edsoen statld forcaibl
that it would cost S31.00 to entertain the eu
casmpmat. *ls the subscription a bosn tide
one?" said Mr. Docker[. "Yes, ee:pt these sub
cribers who are dead. ' said Mr. Ewon. Au ac
count was given of the appropriasens made t"*
other cities and states in eniertaanang the cu
eampment. The number of visitors and vet
erans lore would be sa times as many as have
been present in otter cities, and a 950.600 guar
antor fund had been ofered at the euggesuon
of Grand army people.
IX oraa Cra ,
Mr. Dockery asked if the Uaited States had
been asked to farmish funds for the encamp
ment in any other city, and Mr. Edson said no,
and Mr. leadersoa remarked that in no other
city did the government have seo mach prop
erty interest
.r. Parkes at this point, in answer to a
question, said that practically one rate for the
round tra had ben agreed "pon by the rau
roads.
"You gentlemen must remember." said Mr.
Hienderson of Illuois. "that thousands of pe
ple will be here who would not go to any other
city for an encasmpient." Mr. Henderson
further remarked during a lull in the argun'ent
that he had been a delegate at the Detreat en
campment. and that Washingten had not prom
ised more than the other cataee.
Mr. Dockery produced big ales of the Post
and Star and read extracts pemisang ample
entertainment for the U. A. IMr. iIender
eon suggested that the estracts dad not say
where tae funds were to come from.
wuaT IT WILL. COer.
Mr. Hege said that in getting subsecriptione
on the avenue only one man had refused to
subscribe. Mr. ienderees asked how much
iaonv the to nmittee estimated the encamp
twent would cust. Mr. Edsoa replied t.at free
quartere could have to be esppied for 100.te0
soldiers at *1.:ra man. There would be 44l.
OdU visitors here. Mr. Dockery said that there
was nu questaon hit that the seoldaers ahould be
hospitatily treated; the only question was who
sbou.d pay the cost. Therm were three i b rs& s.
whether the citizens should pay it by sub
ecriptions. whether the city and governe:.:
should combine on the PIU0,0U and whether
the appio.>rauoa shoeid be taken from the
funds of tue District solely.
Mr. Worthington spoke for the committee
on legislation. He obj.:cted to the presence of
the word "subsistence 'in the Seate amend
ment. No encampment had been furaished
subsistence, and with the funds or even with
a larger approgriation than the one eaggeste d
Washington seould not be espeeted to furnish
food. The 650,0i0 fund it was thought at first
would be amply sua*ieat for all purposes and
that amount bad been raised. Fatty thousand
dollars was all that had been spent at Milwau
kee. Later, however, it had been found that
it was not going to be an ordinary encampment,
but would draw five or six times as many sol
diers and visitors as ts former cases.
wEaT was Paonsman.
Commissioner Douglass gave a lear outline
of the general course of procedure is the plau
of gutting the encampment and of how the
committee had been obliged to alter their
views as to the montey whisk would be needed.
The gover.ment was aset asked to contribute
two-therde or ene-halft of r cost of the en
smpmea he sItigegp raised w60,08 by
sberspties end onasked overnment to
pay one-half of ether "m000. The
city paid two-thirds and asked the government
for onyone-third
Mr. .v sggested that the logical efect
of an appropriation would be to tax the visiters
for their entertainment. The question of how
funds for former encampments had been
handled was touched on and it was stated that
at Detroit and Bostoa the state and city appro
priati ns had been handed over to the citizens'
committee on their receipt. Mr. Dockery sag
gested informally that the committee draw up
a proposition which would entail the appro
priation coming entirely from the District
revenues. The matter will probably be further
discussed.
DISTRICT If CONoRElB.
Ma haamuans Damcessat o us Sanara
Dosrecr Comelunrs.
Senate committees de not usually transect
much business on that ne Friday which a
known as Good Friday. but the District com
mitistee endeavored yesterday to keep up its
record. Those present were: Senter Mic~il
Ian, chairman, and Seators Higgins, Mane
brough, Perkins, Barbour and Gibe.. of Mary
Favorable report was ordered on Senator
Gallingor's bill to repeal the lienmse ta of en
per year now Imposed upon prode.. dealers
an the District mtarkets.
Senator Morgan's bill, eenlaing titles to real
estate in the sabdiviee of square B16, was
taken up. The House act on the mmue subject
-as sabetituted fer it and was then referred to
Senator Higgins. If he is etseg with it he
ay report it favorably.
Mouse act to vasate that pet Madison
street. Gogtown, west of akstreet, and
eatend Y tre in DBarith was ordered te a
favorable report.
Senator Woicott was autherised to mnake
favorable report en the Reuse joint reselution
to suspend the issue of yearmits to erect dwell
ML~oaresetiesdirectite 6n=e=lteen on
te District to inquare whethor the Medical So
cietv of the District adamits s members cel
ore physcias s ad physieians who are teach
es in the mdca school of the oard Uni
versity was referred to Se=nato- GalIungor.
Seators Metfilla= and Harris were giveni
charge of the Rense reetlten extndn the
time in which osrtain street raliroeds shlbe
comapelled to change their motive power.
Favorable reor ham been ordered on Sen
ator Blackbarn s reestutiem widening the seepe
of the garbage investigetine.
The same subcomm-ttee vii he charge of
the cemsmittas that has cendusted the new
iespended investigattsn.,
"With reference to the prepeostis to extend
tetime for the change of msete power by
th Metropetts 3ailread Cempaay It ca
new be stated that the Seat eemm ee wil
amost certainly eppem ean eatensien of one
yar. The comnmittee may esenst~
to a prolengates. of sla menthe
the othseil be the Me===r of
the-cmmitte.a is..r argument ,er the
compayto stote that it enunet baud ears
rpdyeneugh in Its own shops and af that is
th oyresa advanced there wilt ber noex
te.san. The mmise e.st.
tat there -ar everatlie In the
buins does meeseemo
anyas elSenate end et the~eis
the6a~lt of these uarises ma bandsm to
itho eeld toI~o as nd do
----omite vias po ne a y end e
prepeew ae aemdtthee4ensan to *
tto the tbeler epstein hr sweut ma. .
meter. ithe amer was iesmmd hymembae
of e6oseteand teossIM sene
mm *6t Wsssee mm se hendsee
.eoi' to he mby a aseeosh of esasied
w=us sprtdbyeas bmmns m n of
ob*e se, la ms amatner the osen
m itt toe b Games, end sb eetbet *6s rn
- f vel 6.e a es,
upn* emehed. 3 is rni...
-ed seb s mSnben of *6 omubbate tats
nesetd etan u o t o mesbhem of
*6 emend a ~o~osof *6
taa espsa aRe
8pin to * egeMeea e Q*6 ewn
L . ss i nss beo -h - ~t
-ttli wa 0m e .. iIB'=
a ewdgN bh WA Ae ekeofa (aaI trewd.
this '..I4 baes bot a lremee4eud ekps~d~
me1rttaag. bewater EcKiUas. MMsegss Ibol
an elevated 6lsI*ctm'* could be bernM bem we
.dcet of M bluff near wheto the 3ea"
Draseb roed c~ees down to lbesn
to Mte teem-an at lb bellg. o
a cemipmuV017 pilau mm of micker. Toame
em the Row toeea as W oad wooeld not be bel
teltered wflla an in .,-erv Way the sebern
would be .et d-aetbh. heo emanv VIAL
when it couw p~rusemrno from Coatwas. ('O
ten the. sugrce.uo to an UNeoIUA .isbed tact
A station ail~ be built at the braL~ teiminin
551a ?5W Mior pteipC sheItar to Watng peesme.
gems
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NA AIIONAL IFILLi'" LR~toV.
Ist'NDAV ?IGEOT. A;'nI 1. It ,,
"I13 ?.AWAtil4 OF )UL ki4 'IatT'i'uN AXE
THE VUI ii'S 511.utcu.
3,IJAWFALDA~ak lhilT. irne sent too Arab
t..t i,u..h.
AAd'lb. Ue free. Ail tikltd. T'his io" man- a1J
U NIVL&86ALUS Cut. to~. 1
FEW CT. A PIL ^?.
DANIEL DO-GEULTI
.". l .%.w ..r.. .tU...sa
M(VI~~ *Tis AAtl 1. It
EXCURSIONS. FTC.
SUDAY. AEDI. 141:i.
TE11YBID PLANK SHAD MUNSAW
Ar MASHALL RAL.
"Th. toll-tUosmr~ame. tees
Faill . the. air witha tor:i a. a d With 1^f "
At 1AI . l am ad'- 3J ams thei.M.ar MA&
AI.s~st Elf will l..ut fact hius:. 1"4 .4 7t& atfee
MAkMAAJ. HALL maid PLA!,k MESA.) DIlNEMU.
ItU)ND FLA. *Y:. t-Eirs
PLC\K S:HAlt WS'%LML."..
lnc:adlnt ti-.,sid Sal famoue Cam (laowict. As
FCNlI-:l'~ 1:'! OI Lit' BlAND :Sl 733 l.Al.f
(il5t ADD5 t.'StSI1 1N115t' IidTrM 051 1'K:
11 A.Y awlj 0:JPM u ANL Al MAI$&.
MALL ,~13MA ZEL
The L mdecaaare d a la. ad the ey be
The Nteijai kIia us~e- at Nusrami1 Ul. eow~Ug
*IT.t.t14ui~r.&Rrisnber. liea MAC. S TE 11 e.m.aw
It i.. L lttAKV. .. li*
fjtua: Wti I5j41.jj'. CA'I ( 41.l'UC%* t
1ae i...qauiaaid vt.n sara. ... to n.5cr..
w.ur.5 3-3 ~tpj. "a uhe cavrmt at sig~ht and
IM5 l...g ac~lw ..10 ..*a.. that s~a). Let us l.A.i a.
ur rcbr ,~ dat or hourt.
. ae Loat for siualt lar Li'. wa r duei the Prslemm
&lea.ie 2,.atig a.. N ieds fur tire a"i I." *n.I.
feltS w" LLMLA a Su.Ar, 351*H.
STAGE EXCURS$IONS.
I..1'WTT1l TALLY St) CTAqj3M L5ACI1: 411
upart Ubm.Y .~t 10 eisa. and . pa. ArlAnro..
:ri'. :N1, to 7..c. Zoo Pmrk med isgmtiue bmAhdtss. 2"e
J"il )
VILE SPJ51 YET Lixmms L
THE LAP OF WINT&:Ia.
PREPARATIONS bEOVLO BE MADE ST TEE
rarCDLET Hot SLWIFE AGAIS T TEE S1EASON
THAT WILL WN TRY 3IB PATIENCE AND
TEMPER. A FEW DOLLARS UICIOULY E
PENDED AND PROPERLY APPLIED WILL WORE
WONDERS IN REM SURROUNDINGS AND EAE
ER TEE HOST CU~rENTED OW* R3*1
L'EATtUME5.
RYE PSZ.SE WILL NEVER FZ TEE WEIGHT
AND BURDEN OF EOI7SEKEI P310 IF RE PSI.
TICIPATES IN TEE BEIMFACTAQNS Of
ova
EQUITAM.E
WHICHE IITEDED ALIKE TO RICE AND penS
NEVER DICRIEIIIargN "NCASE ROUSnES ARM
WONT TO DO IN FAVOR OF WE.ALT. BUT
VXIVORN IN PRICE. AND ALWAYS LENIENT
WITH THOSE WHOSE CIMCUERTANUCE 3rll.
SITATE A SMALL WEEL. OK MOETEL! PAT.
MEAT FROM TEEZE SAVINGS.
WITH Us THE FAITL PROMISE0 Of? RE.
LIABLE EUCSLEEEWER IS A !IPAUORT Y"
FUTURE WEALTH. NO~TNIIN ov Qu3 l-NI
STOCK BluNe WITREED PUS WANY UP
READY MONET.
IUEN'IFUME. CARPETS. EATINAS 331wI
ERAOUS. GAS AND VAPOR mvmNl.
RACY CARRIAGES. TOILET AND
DmzE ALT AND WORD
Of ART.
ROCS[ a MERANua
CARE AND 3ITslnr BAOUSRE

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