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KnterM at Ibo rostoBlco at Washington, I. 0, aiecpndlaaa matter. FIUDAY, ArUIL 10, 1835. The report of a. figlit botnoon tho llus tla.ni and Afghans It confirmed. It Is Tory likely to load right up to war. The neatest llttlo diplomatic, tplsotlo of the period is tho greon trimminE on tbo bonnet that Mrs. Wales wears in Ireland. Something llko a panic is apparent In all the market of Kurope, the sufficient cause being tbo Anglo-ltusilan disturb ance. Thebe is somo reason to bolleva that J'enslon Commissioner Black has con cluded tho pension agent at Chicago is Btvoot and sticky. beauty. Mr. Cleveland, it is said, prefers tho old f.nhlonof noitly-trlmmetl full tall, and will try to gratify this prorer onco." Of couno this would Indicate not simply an anti-English, but a broad, lib eral, oltl-lXshionoil American policy. And if other patches and shreds of policy, hero, toforo or yet to bo gathered, should bo found to consist with this theory the country will feel that it Is In somo moasuro relieved from tho tendoney to ward Anglicism iu our social and political life. Ita Alt Humbug, Tho Mugwumps who tako to thorn selves tho namo of tho Massachusetts Re form Club hold a mooting rocoutty and resolved to this effect: llctotetd, That wo regard tho reappointment of Mr. l'earion with especial satisfaction, be rauiolt affords strong encouragement lobe lloc that the President isdetermlned to apply tho principles of civil service reform in cases not within (he letter of existing law, so dis connected with tho policy of the administra tion that tho political opinions of those who hold Ihem aro unimportant. Looking at this mattor wltbout preju dico and with a disposition to do exact jitstlco to tho President, It must be said that tho appointment of Pearson does not indicate that Mr. Cleveland "is doter mined to apply the principles of civil service reform in cases not within tho loiter of existing law " for tho reason that his caio stands solitary and alono, while opposed to it aro arrayod a number of ro- The silver question will not bo settled to tho satisfaction of wastorn Domocrats until tho wolght of the gold dollar is ro duced to tho silver standard. cruise or tiiis aluatuosi. Interesting Specimens Collected for the Hmltlisonlatit Institution. Tho arrival of tho Albatross at tho navy yard from a winter's cruise brings a largo amount of specimens of "doop sea life for tho Smithsonian Insti tuto. Dur ing tho winter the Albatross has spent tho time collecting specimens in tho Clnlf of Mexico, off tho oast cost of Flo rida, and in the vicinity of tho West Indies. Tho work of getting specimens is pros- ecutod in rlvors whoro the water is quito shallow, and to tho dopth of 11.000 yards In the sea. Tho object is to collect ovory thing of Interest. No attention is paid to identification of tho specimens, that work boing dono entirely at tho Smithsonian Institution after thoy are received hero. Tbo two principal mothods of bringing the Inhabitants of tho doop to tho surface aro by means of the beam trawl and the tanglo. The boaai trawl Is an Iran fraao work eight or ten foot wide, to which is attached a net. This Is lot down, where tho bottom to bo dragged is smooth, and Is attached to a windlass, and that, aftor an interval of fifteen minutes or half an hour, according to the character of tho flace, is drawn up, and then eomes the nteresting time. Possibly it will be foil of curious monsters, and there may bo specimens that are new to tho sclcntiflo world, which will glvo importance to the finder. Ordinarily It contains a medley of crustacean animals, fish, sponges, and other sea plants, which aro well known, and aro packod away iu alcohol iu Jars. Tho tangle Is an Ingenious arrangement to gather speclmons where coral reofs or Democratic detestation of tho war Amendments Is sufficiently apparent with out such further manifestation thereof as la proposod in the caso of (Jon. Law ton. The olght-pago Saturday RErunuoAX will be a very attractive number, liter ally crammed with good things. Dealors should send in their orders for oxtra papers to-day. In it possible that tho legal minds of ,tho prosont Domooratlo administration bold that a pardon issuod by a President jicutr.ilbos a subsequently adopted con stitutional amendmont? It is stated in tho Now York Time that the President squarely repudiates tho alleged intorvlow on tho Poarson and Mugwump question, which originally ap peared In a Sunday contemporary. Two years ago tho Democratic ma jority In Chicago 'was 10,000. Now It's less than 400. Mr. Cleveland's admin istration Is yet in Its early Infamy, 'Imt it has dono good work In Chicago and Cincinnati. If tho President had not pledged him telf, ropoatodly and solemnly, to tho opposite, lino of action ho would bo less amenable to censure for removing thor oughly competent officials merely to mako places for tho henchmen of Demo cratic bosses. AJsiiaiip dcclino of British consols and Russian securities and great excitoment in the American markets indlcato a serious approhenslon that war in Afghan istan is Inevitable. Thoro is a decided rise in American stocks and n strong ad vance in corcals. The appointment of the Hon. Joseph. li. McDonald to tho Kuprome bench is not unlikely to bo doferrod uutil a va cancy occurs. Not even tho most strenu ous efforts of liis friend Uoudrlcks could bo oxpected to insert Mr. McDonald whoro there -was no opening- Peace betwoon Kranoe and China eeoms to be assured. Nothing bnt n llttlo contention as to wbleh power shall first retire from tho advancod positions held remains to be settled, nnd it is uot likely utiythingso trivial will bo buffered to (tand in tho way of an understanding, movals of officials who aro the poers of roughness of tho bottom makes dragging Mr. Pearson in every element of expe rience, qualification, faithful servico, and whoso offices, equally with that held by Pearson, wero "so disconnected with tho policy of an administration that tho po litical opinions of tboso who hold them aro unimportant." It Is all fudge for the Mugwumps to attotnpt to mako out that the Poarson caso bad any moral significance wbatovor. Mr. Clovoland felt that be was indobled to that cloment. Ho know very well that from the beginning tho peoplo had boen watching with Intent curiosity to ace in what mannor ho would pay his debt to them. All of his appointments had boon of Democrats of tho stralghtest sort. It ploasod the Mugwumps all at onco to make a point in favor of tho re tention of Pearson. With singular unan imity they Joined from all over tbo country in maklntr it plain to hlra that tho Now York postoOlce given to Poarson for anotbor term would square obliga tions between tbem, and at the samo tlmo bo accepted by them as a signal proof of bis adhoronco to their favorito hobby, Clovoland baw his op portunity and paid his debt. Thoro la no doubt whatever that ho took that view of tbo matter. If ho had not felt undor obligations to tho Mugwumps, and had overy reason to believo that tbo course ho adopted would dlschargo them, Mr. Poarson would not bavpbeon reappolntod. It is woll known that other considera tions ro-ouforccd the Mugwumps' de mand; but by thomsclvcs they would not havo been weighty enough to prevent tho offlco from going into control of a good Democrat. Mr. Clovoland is in no great hurry, but bis course so far shows that, proceeding with deliberation, bo will removo all Re publican officeholders nbovo tbo graded servlco and fill tholr places with Demo crats If this is not so, does any ono suppose that such men as Clarke, Crowell, Chcsley, and many othors whose heads havo fallen, would havo been supplanted by men who cannot possibly fill tbolr places with equal efficiency until years spent in office shall havo made tbem equally acquainted with tbo duties Inci dent to tbolr positions? Efficiency, hon esty, and fidelity in the discharge of offi cial dnties aro qualities that Mr. Cleve land no doubt appreciates, but no act of his indicates that thoy will operate to prevent tho removal of Republicans to mako way for Democrats, unlets, as in Puarson'a caso, there Is a point to bo made growing out ot political obligations in curred in tho past. 1'urtbermore, we have proof from his alleged admissions, as publlshod in the ftnirfay Jltruld, that the motive that governed him in his course with regard to Schurz, Curtis, Jones, and Bennett was to repay them with political proferment as a direct re ward for tho exercise of their political tnfluenco toward electing him Prcsldeut. By the official count, Cartor Harrison is ro-elected mayor of Chicago by less than 400 majority. Tho election was a farco. Harrison's thugs took possession uf the polls and carried tho day by bruto force. If Chicago will submit to bo ruled by Harrlsonlan methods, she will demon strate her unworthlncss of good govern ment. "A thorough American in sentiment" is what tho central organ of tho adminis tration says of Minlstor Pboips. Wo don't supposo that Mr. SocroUry Bayard, in bis arduous and pationt search for "old-fashioned Democratic simplicity," could possibly havo found any American possessing a moro haudsomoly mountod pedigree than that of Mr. Phelps, aud as for his coat-of-arms, It Is the unanimous opinion of tho "old-fashioned Democrats" residing along Connecticut avonuo that it is "so uncommonly nice, you know." a trawl Impracticable. It Is an arrange ment of numerous slender cords hanging from n framo lusucn a manner tuatwuon lowered to tbo bottom objects easily get entanglod in it and aro drawn up. Dur ing beam trawling and tangling tho vessel goes ahead very slow when tho work is dono from on shipboard. But In rivers aud other work whero the water is not of a great depth tho boats are used. Tbo fishing tacklo is brought Into requisition, and, lying in tho baking sun, a nibble is tho all-absorbing tbomo of tbo scientist's eye. But tbero aro many scaly spoclmeus that como to tbo surfaco not to bo pickled in glass Jars for scientlfiostudy but to go through a process In the frying pan when their vlrtuo as a comostiblo Is tostcd. Tbo result of tho very rroquent testing is to grow sctics on tho backs of tho officers and crew of tbo Albatross, though this scientific fact Is not accepted as n truth by all scientists yot. During this trip of tho Albatross no pains have boon spared to eecuro sped mens of tbo tllo fish for propagation in our cast coast fisheries, but without suc cess. Tho history of this fish becoming known to the scientific world, and its fiosslblo extinction within tho por od of three years, forms a remarkable and aggravating chapter In tho history of nsn culture, in mo spring or lbili a specimen of this fish was caught on tho gulf stream slope, south of New England. It proved to bo a now species, and pos sessed excellent edible qualities, and olghs from five to fifty pounds each. Suc cess bad not yet attended tho efforts of tbo fish commission in their endeavor to introduco it to our fieheiios, when In 16S2 it was discovered tnat an lmmcnto araa, extending from Capo Hatterai to Nan tucket, was literary covered with theso fish floating on tho surfaco benumbod or dead, Tholr number was estimated far np in tho millions. This fish was named by tbo scientists l.opbolatllus Chauiaullou tlceps, which fact has boon ovorlookod in tbolr conjocturus as to tho causo of its rumarkablo destruction which has been accounted for in many ways. Home sug gested volcaulo eruption, but tho moro tcnablo theory advanced is that lceborgs onterlug the breeding grounds of the tllo fish In tho warm gulf stream reducod tho letnporaturo below a living point. Pro Tern. Altoroeji' Pies. Comptroller Durham, of the treasury, has given a decision in the caso of Emory ripecr, district attorney of Georgia, fpcor was granted a leac of obtence, and his militant porlormod (be dutloa of his ofllco. When Mr. bpeers leave expired the asslstaut made au application for tbo fees of tbe oflicc. The comptroller decides, houevcr, that he cannot bavo tbo per diem compensation, as Mr. fipeer's leatu was authorized and he Is entitled to too fees. m The Cincinnati roslofllrr. nidi were opened hi the office of tho upcr vlslng architect of tho treasury yesterday for tbo painting or the Cincinnati poatolttce. Aoin Imitations 1 -Soo that jon get the genuine PaHallou Oil, the great pain euro. cults. THE COMINU CIRCUS SEASON. What Adam Korepangh Wilt Present Here on Wednesday Week. If Gon, Sherman only know that Fore paugh's circus and mcnagorlo is billed to bo hore on tho 2-Jd, it would mako him homesick to bo baok ta the placo ho lovos so well, and where no clrsus sooms com plete without himj Daring tho past few years of innovation and improvement In ring shows, Forepaugh has kept welt In tho front, nnd has at no time bcon second to any of Ills great rivals. Tho most ro- markable feature pretontod this season Is the collection of animals, and so high n degree of training of these has been attained that stories that come in tho Philadelphia papors of the performances of the band of elephants seem moro llko tho tales of tho droamtrsof eastern story, Tho baby elephant Sullivan, according to tbo stories told, is possessed of n much higher dogreo of intolllgenco than his great Boston namesake, and is his equal in sparring ability. Recently, whlto loading up tbo animals for tbe season's travel, "Kph," tho colored man who has charge of tho olepbants, gavo an oxhlbltlonof what Sullivan could do with the boxing gloves, which a re porter doscrlbes as follows: "Aftor tho boxing glovo bad been fastoncd on tbo end of tho elophant's trnnk ho stood In tbo centor of tho ring and wont through tho motion of shaking bands. At tbo word 'tlmo' ho got In a fair first blow on tho chest of bis trainer, and, despito a shower of blows from llph, succeeded in driving him back. Tho elephant now sparred cautiously, getting in several terrific Mlko Cleary undercuts, tbo last of which knocked his tralnor over. Just as ho was about to follow up his victory Kph yollod 'time.' and tho Intelligent llttlo pschy. derm ran back to tho box in his corner and sat down. A boy ran out with a bucket of water and a big palm-leaf fan, took Sullivan's glovo from his trnnk, gavo him a drink, and fanned him vigorously. Ho fought three moro'brlef rounds with his tralnor, shook hands with tho rcfereo nnd tlme-kenncr at the finish, and walked back to his stall tontontodly munching a piecoof cako." WAyTr.DEitvT.or.ititNT. 13 Y A lUMPr-OTAUM: COLOHBD WOMAN J J A situation to wash dunes, or to do chambMttorki good references. ApplyaJ 471 c st. N. S .. 1-H 1 lY A" rOLOKlitlMAN AND WIFli-A i ) situation to go way as waiter and lady's maid, or chambermaid! best of reference. A. dress It. 1- Hepnbllcan onice. iJL BY A Itlinl'IXTAllLH VOUNll COMMtKD glrl-A situational cook or chambermaid, or to do iceneral housework In email family t best references. Address 400 Lit. K K 1-ln Y A W1UTK WOMAN-SITUATION IN n 0 Otil rr. - v J5 n small family as plain cnoki wllilna to ieuo the city. Address 110X VO, Itcpiibllcan J" tlontosen-and assist with children. Please canal in u inn it m, w. x-iu Wa XTr.nltnzv. WANTED-lMltEDIATrXY, A BTJ1ADY aud aober young; man to attend to pool m at i errearu uoiei.ounx4iiisi.ri. w -j-nt "iTT-ANTicn-A ninL who Tiionoumti.Y VV understands cooklna and general houso nnrkt none others need aoplyt refereiuo re- aulreds call between 1 and 2 p. in. VHO lum st. N. w, 2i;i J?oit ili:xTJloo3ta. U" lNP01lNISirnDll00Mls-TEriM8 ItBA. sonahle. Inquire at 13 O St. N. 18. 7-1H I7fs,l aOtii 8T. N. W.-NICKLY FUIl I Lfr nlshed room on 2d floor! also front hall room on Hd gentlemen only. 7-1J l-llONT splendid mwo tAnoti ruitNisiiEti Jl, rooms, now House, oar wmuu-v, Bjiiriiu... neighborhood, and most central location, lWl Osf.N. W, i'!:L a 1WO rt.KABANT KUIIN1SIIKD IIOOMM. . suitable for Unlit )ioakeepln rout, fill permonthi one room, S7 por month! no chll. dren. 14-i7BUi st, N. V. 7-HI 1(11.1 K BT. N. W.-IiAIUlEN&WLY 11'i furnished parlor and bedroom also slngm room! desirable location. 71 J i quo uiTii rt, n. w.-nu.umrui. l.lJJJ furnished rooms, -aIUi or without board: singly or en suite) references required. J-t'- -11 CtKVlIHAIi IIOOMM IN A J.A1WIK HUI1- ij urban residence) furnished orunnirnisuei (live unfurnished for 10: referent es exchanged) three squares from cars and herdlca. Address HIIAChl, liepnbllranOfllce.. 7-lU rnwo nicely i-uiiNisnnD kooms, JL together or separately! southern exposure: summer prices) board convenient 1. w lilOJUSt. Ill WANTIifl-A nlllt, FOR CIKNI'.IIAI. houseweri must bn a good cook! good wages and n good home, at 11)1 ii, good cook! k sk N. V. AY0UNC1 MAN TO T A KB I'OLIi chsrie, during the general manager' ab sence, of omce! must bo nblo to deposit from 1100 to ?ruu as rccurlty forlrnsts Involved! must redout or city. Address UKN'h MAN AUKlt, llepubllcan Ufllre. 3 la w ANTKU-A M10P EOV. lutn it. n. w. Apply at -113 3-11 Wanthd-a hoy to iikad in i.vkn. Ingstnlll rive lesions Ineicbau-ro. BIIOIlT 11 ANIl, llepubllcan UlUco. 3-It -TIT-ANTED HKMADLH VTV woman, with references. i -. ji MAN AND Alinlvto llllV. llirilk. Ito.-lc f:reele ChurtLt. nnrtli or Holdiers' Home. 3-11 nvrASTKD-ACTIVr AND COMPETKNT vV husluess men us general agents to work our new plan of f.li. Toutlnn. and Acrldsnt In aiirancoillbcra! terms Address AI. lIKIlr 1,1)1--'10N, 1117 llroadney, New York city. 3-10 WANTKD-CI.KItKS EXI'IlnlENX'CD IN tho prosecution of pension ami other claims. Address, stating experience had. salary esjpctted, refrreuiCH, Ac,, tu 1, Itepubllcan onW 2-11 T1TK NEW HOA.T CI. UK. WANTED-TWO UOOII HAI.KBMKNj il to sa per day: references required Ad dress M. I. it . Itcpnnllcan Office. Jl'lL.. -TrANTED-IMMEDtATKI,Y,0Ni:riU8T- sv class narner. . a. uhuukm, 3ih inn at. n. w. . -j. iu T rtrsT JI ST. N. W.-LAIIOH 8UIT1. OF XOvi parlors, handsomely furnished, 1st floor, at summer prices) opposito Wormloy'a Hotel, 7-11 TTANDHOMELY l'UltNlttllKD I'AIllAllW. JUL en sulio or single, Iu prlvato famllyt rcf erenceseaehanged. MUallthst. N, W. 7-11 1 ,H7 "Tit HT. N. W.-8UNNY AND JL OO I pleasant suite of rooms, furnlsbtd) prlvato famlry.no children) terms reasonable. 7-10 A COJtF0llTAIlt,Y FUllNISIIED 1'IIONT -I .a. room with board for two gentlemen, fits pel hall room, uuuiust. jm. v, room with board for tworcntlemen.llS per TT.;.: . ...l..!... L.ii .... ...t.l'r tr ramim uacni also 7-11 Auru.vmimtTfi. F lORD'S. THE T.EOroLDa FAltEWELtj. The Jollleat llliistrallnn nf Athletlo ftreatness. Merry Comedy, and Funny Jluslo ever given here, CmtDntJN'B MATINEE HATUIIDAY, CIIM.DItKN'H MATINJ:E BATllllDAY. CIIII.DIlUN'a JtATINUK HATUltDAY. Admission to rtalcony, only 35 cents. Admission to llalcony, only 30 cents. TiinTiiRKn HoucicAULTs. Next week will give us tho grandest treat In Irish comedy ever wltnessol In Washington. The daintiest of Irish comedies. Tbe Colleen flswn. with lis gifted author, bis eon, 11 (I. jlouclcanlt, and Ills cbarmlnv daughter. Miss Iloucleault, all In tho cast. Which will also In clude thai magnlilcent actreis, Miss Ellinor Carey, and ether noted artists. BALM OF BEATS NOW UBADY. A LHAUuira onANDoriinA housk. liVKllY KVENINd. BATORDAY MATINKE. Bplendld Buccess of iiAVi:ni,Yn United American. I.nropcnn Mliistrola. Under tho Personal Management of J. IX. 1IAVKIILY. Tho I.srgfit and Ilest Minstrel Company In tho World, Including tbe world famous (JRAUC1 FAMILY. Tho Gymnastic and Acrobatlo Marvels of the. Age. Monday, April 10-TheOreat Spectacle, lilraliy'a BIKBA. Bslo of sesta now open. AMVSJUltUNTS. mm! LEAinr DHAMATIO HEVENT IV.' Tltla SEASON. i'ATii:w:i iATii:NUr:t Grand Special Performance of Gilbert and But, (ivnn n ravonts upera on BATUIIDAY EVENING APIIIL30, ALTIAUqit'S GltAND OPEItA HOtlSE. unner tno Huperviiion of Mr. a. a ,,.;. WW... ""r ., Vli 2nQ.V airectionof Mr.a, W. Keen. Assisted by tbo very best eorleiv talent. In conjunction with tn tieerietown urcbeitra. r This prodiicllon of "Patleneo" Is In aid of a permanent fund for the Georgetown Orchtstra and In view of the many excellent concerts Slven gratuitously by this organisation, It is con denlly hoped that tho publlo will accord them a generous and substantial support. Beats, 70c., ' ' ALL BEATS AT UrtF.NTANO TtlWJ.. pa.v. andlltlist Mir iMVcryscnt in mo nmiBo is rrflorveo. ME, JULIE ltIVK-KI.NO. KOOMM WITH 7'AULU 1I0AIID FOll !I OK 4 adults. 1U0JL sU 7;1 1 ffl ( ) 13Tlt BT. N. W.-NIOELY. FUlT- -4-i nlsbed rront and back rooms, Island 3d floors, with the best of board) summer ptk'es. 7-11 ' A3n BTOftY 11ACIC PATtLOn. HAND sonielyrumlshcdi Jdonblc beds, If desired, to gentlemen or ladles-, runt low, 1U1U luth sL N, w., for. Masa. ay. 7-11 f sT J N. Y. AV.-I.AIlOi:, NICEt.Y.rUll- cXU nlshed rooms, soutticrn with board) convenient to tarn. oxjioiurc, 11 VtrANTED-COLOIlED WOMAN AM I'OOKl IV to go short dlstanco Into tho country. Aih plyatl403rxae. 3-10 The Democratic; bretberen in West Virginia aro iu a whlto heat of wrath. Uov. Wilson and ox-Oov. Jackson are madder than wot bens about tho appoint ment of Commissioner of Internal Rev enuo Miller, and Jackson's grievances aro redoubled on accountof tbo nomination of McOraw to bo colloctor of Internal rev enue. Vials of wrath are poured on Senator Camden's head. To add it the interest of tho situation the Wheeling Jidclltyinur alleges that Wilson sout mon to pack the convention that nominated him, promising iu writing to pay tboir bills, and alter ho had secured his plum repudiated tbo debt. Tho pity of It, so far as tho Cleveland's Civil Service Standard. Taking his acts as tho proper standard by which to Judge Mr. Cleveland's real viows in regard to tho civil sorvlce it cannot be truthfully said that ho has dono anything that indicates a dispo sition to apply the spirit of civil service reform to positions beyond (be limits de fined by law. So far as the dorks who como within the law's protection aro con cerned it is altogether probablo that he Is opposed to any extensive removals, A faithful enforcement of tho law in regard to these miuor places insures tho reten tion of a vastnumber of trained and com petent peoplo, whoso oxperiencs is a guarantee that tho work of the depart ments will not fall Into disorder. This is a valuable consideration to ono in the rroiidont's position. Another equally potent consideration Is in the fact that the law saves tbe administration from tho endless worry aud badgering for clerkships that would be going on if It was uot upon tho statute books. Theso and otbor considerations not worth enumerating here conjoin to render it tiite probablo that the l'rosi. dent Is oarnestly disposed to carry out tho law In good faith within tho letter of its limitations. Thoro is no ovldenco, howorer, that ho is dispoiod to go further, oxrept in Isolated cases whoro some sluglu dofinlto reason of wolght plainly renders it oxpedlentj ABOUT 1'EOI'X.K. RiriiAim (In nt Wilms passed nwav from earthly scones on Wednesday. Iu Ills death the American world nf letters loses ono of Its best known authors. His philological researches and writings gave governor is conceruod, appoars to be that j,m fnmo wherever the Kngllih language Cuininamter Oscar U. Iladger), has been do tho Jiitclliuritccr has proved Its charge, , , gpokon. The author of "Words and i taihi-d irom duty at thu nny yurd here and Anarfra urco Infus on of harmony s I Th.lr Uses" ivil not auon ho forsotton. fur :' i' uiouoniiir ovldeutly badly needed by l'rosldout , hi persistant efforts In liohalf of tho ror Cleveland's West Virginia frlouua. I.onn Ii'Cour.cv Oscor.ME, of England, Is at the Arlington. (ILK. and Mrs. W. 13. llAzr.i returned to the city jestcrday from Fort Monroe. Uov. (ii.oi'.ur. I. Com Ei. M', of Columbus, Ohio, arrhed at tbo Arlington last night. Cirr. (li.onur. E. Hci.knai-, U. S. K.,ls at tho Ebbltt Homo from tho Norfolk navy yard. Mit. Wilson S. Uissell, of Buflalo, N, Y Is on a ebort islt to Wasblugtou as tho guest ot President Cleveland. Hon, A. C. Davidson and Hon. T. W. Sadler, rcpresenlatlves-elcet from Alabama, arrived lutlie city jcttorday. Cait. l'KTEit 0. Aiisgnsov, civil engliicor, V. H. N., has been ordered lo duty at his old-tlmo station at the Norfolk navy yard. Mit. Jamls i:i.vt rkov, tho editor and pro prietor of tho Philadelphia tatHnfuji jYVAfuml the ;oMu Day; Is at Wlllard's Hotel. Mux Ciuinn. Y.iT.K L. Tav.nr, U. K. N,, nnd Mrs Tanner, accompanied by Miss llcne did, of Auburn, N. Y., aro at tho Kbbltt House. Mlts. SlusCAsr.v, ldow of tho lato den. Casey, L'. if. A., aud Mlts Casey returned lo the Kbbltt j oslerdey Irom their winter's visit to Florida, 'I ill. Secretary of btato gavo a dinner parly ! Wcilnitduy evening to Minister Phelps, the llrltbh minister, aud tilr Ambrose Shea, of ?tuiviuunllanu. Mn. M. I. l.inoT, C. S. F.lllot.and II, It. i:illt, ofthlt city, were passengers on tho t'lty ufchlcago, which sailed for Liverpool yester. day from Now York. Mit. OsCAtt itoni.RT, a well-known crayon artist of this city, has recently inherited the snug sum of (30.0UO from tho Citato of Ills father In Copenhagen, Denmark. Comuopoki. Cicero Prick, U. H. N nith Mrs. and MUs Price, whohae spent tho win ter In southern Georgia, arrived at Wormley's Hotel yesterday on their way homo to Troy, N. Y. (ii.N. Wii.iiam 11. Prankiin and tho mem bers of the board of commissioners of the vol I uuticr mldlcrs' homes, n 111 nrrivohcro this I morning Irom I'ortroi Monroe, nhoro they J went Tuesday ulgbt lo lslt thu homo at i Haiupton, 1.IUT. ClIARI I.S J, lUrKIKIt, C. H. N. (Will of IleorgnnUatlon of tho Carroll Insti tute the Capital under Favorable Ausplcrs. Tho Carroll Instituto Rowing Club will this season assume proportions of n larger organization under the name of tho Capi tal iloatlng Club, aud as such will proba bly compote with other organizations for supremacy of oarmanshlp on tho Poto mac This organization was startod two years ago by eight members of tho Car roll Institute as a prlvato rowing club. Additional members were gradually re ceived and additional boats bought until the latter part of tbo last row tenon, when the mombershin numbered thirty. Up to that tlmo it had restricted mom bers to Catbolia circles, but early this year tbo books wore opoued to all their friends, until now fifty members are en rolled. Tno ouicers eieoteu mis year are: Captain. William Soleau; treasurer, John U. Sullivan; first lieutenant, Charloa Ileanoy: second lieutenant, J. J. Collins. The club owns at prosont nlno beats ono slx-oared shell, ono olght-oarod bargo, ono six-oared gig, n singlo and a doublo outrigger, and four smaller largcs. The club is at presont located at Cumberland's boat house, and will probably contluuo tbero during tbo season. Active meas ures will bo taken, bowovor, to havo tho club installed In their own Quarters by uoxt season, and It is probablo that a boat house will be built at tho foot of I' strcoU The slx-oarod shell will bo manuoCfor tbo first tlmo this season oarly next week. Mr. Cumberland bos orectod a now boat houso, 30 by CO foot, at tho foot of Thirty-second street, between tho Colum bia boat houso and tho Canoo Club. It has thirty loekors, and will accommodate irom lorty to Ulty boats. Nationals vs. TroWdcuco to day, 1:15. bam Kinsley's Benefit a Success. . Tho benefit tendered Mr. Samuel 0. Kjusley at Albaugh's Opera House citcrday after noon proved a tomplete success, ami the re cipient will hao the happy satlsractlo'tiot knowing that his ctcbequer lias boon hand somely replenished thereby, v, hlcli knowledge will rroo almost as acceptable to his many friends as to hlrn. Mr. Musley'a popularity us fully attested, not only by tho crowded bouse attcndlnir at tho matinee, but by tbe ;!arrayofpromlncntartltswhohad volunteered. The bill was not only' of great strength hut considerable luugth, utm embracer! tne fol lowing! Mile. Ilhea, supported by Mr. Waltor L. Dennis and her company, Mr, Dennis's Hrst appcaranco in Washington for six years, llavrrly's minstrels, Mrs. D. T. Ilowersi "Mr. and Mrs. Peter White," by tho following local talents Misses I.lllle l.ev?ls, Julia Wheeler, Alice Uowstcr, Henri. John llencdlct, Georgo Lrdman, ondo (1. IX-lutein, Mr. i:. J, llculy (of llhea's company), recitation) tho Franz Abt Club; the Ideal ituartctte: Mr, loo Coopor (oflthea'a company), recitation "lliu Vaya bond," In t-oitiiinei Mkotcti Arllst's Porllollo, Mr. Tim Murphy; solcc-Uous by UJ, Whipple ami others. Mr. Kinsley's friends were not confined to the stugo and audltorlom, but in tho orchestra was to lio sieit a Isrge increase over the usual number or musiciaus, wnu pror. K. u, nornays wielding tne naton. tuo entertainment was well received throughout and gave general satisfaction. V'axti:u Ho vs vs. IriOIl CASU-A MEDIUM-SIZED HOL'HIi, : modern Improvements, centrally located, northwest preferred. Address, giving location aud full particulars, M. A. O., Republican Office, u-ia Hli.vri.'u IIooms. BY TWO LADII-S, ONE IN OFFICE-UN-fiirtilshod 3 .tloor rooms, south or east noiil In nearlyn w brlclc houso. w hero thoro aro but few and quiet people) owner u. house preferred! perman iitlfsuitd, location central N. W.t rererencca oxcbangoJ. Address M. Il ItCpubllCUII OU.C0. . l-l!) 1YY0UNO MAN-IIOOM AND 1I0AIID J in private family) location bet. Faud Huud PtlLHtid lltlista.! price nut to exceed t-.r per month. Address PEHMANENl. llerulillcnn OUlcc. 4-11 I SUITE OF HANDSOMELY PnitKIBIIKD XX. rooms, 1st and 3d I1oors,nt 113U 17th St., v ty,bct. Land M sts.l choice lable board In tho house, also Individual tables for pnrtles stopping Iu tho house; meals frum 0 a, m, until 7 h m.i moolscan bo sent lo families In any set lion of the city by tiorse ana wagon at inn snoriest notice! superior meals. A. PlU'lCItsON, 1 131) 17th st, iltyj 7 14 rro,i i3rit bt. n. w.-vnitv df.hiiia- 1 tJ'i- l,ln milln of nlcelv fiirntslieil. nleasant rooms In quiet family; csu bo had separately If desired. T.-10 1 A A AST. N. K.-ltANDSOMELYPUIt-Ji.H:rk nlshed 3d story front rooms, en suite or single) private family. 7-H) Jin 4th bt.n. y, (ii'j'paiTF. city ybJi I. Hall Park Large furnished roum on lsi tiuor. 7-11) 1 Qi (I BT. N. W. -TWO LAItOI'., XoOO well furnished rooms. tvIIIi board; acpnratcly nr otherwise. 7-10 "irANHSOMI'.LY PUItNIPIUED ItOOHB, J 1. w llh hoard, at DID N. V.av. 7-10 rplIEATHK C0M1QUE. lint week, commencing MONDAY, A I'll If, 0, of HAimv MONTAGUE and a Great Com pany. For a brilliant programme of enjoyable gloicracksand fresh delicacies, concluding each performance with tho new sensational alter piece, PAHld 1IY NIGHT, closing with the Great nallct In Pom-Pom Quadrille. Matinees every aay. DIME MUar.UN. Peun. av o., near 11th sU ANNOUNCEMENT EXTItAOnDINAHY. X Great and Glorious Bhow. FIUDAY AND SATUftDAY, Tho Beautiful Picturesque Bensallouat Flay of UIHEN PnOM THE AWIIEH. F.DW1N 11I10WNE ami BtXt.LA. WILLIS supported by tho rutlro Willis Company. Nair rveuery and Meohanlcal Efiecls. New &oveltlca In tho Museum. Admission to all only 11) rents. Meats can bo secured for afternoon And night. M; aitAiVD riANo roRTi; iiccital, CONGItEOATIONAL cnUIICH, FIUDAY EVENING, APRIL 17, 188S T ckcts, Including reserved scats, BO cents. Foraale at Ellis A Cu-'s Musi i S ore. apl0-7t '1 Cl 'i It ll". N. W J.sHtJ lalluu front r l('A.Ti:nAti.ici:r.r,Ayj:ovs. "lirANTE D-jn.OOO-WITJlOUT COMMIB VV elou; plod real estate aecurlty tan bo found hv iiddresslng HOUHi; HUILULU llepub llcan OflLc. OKI ABEfOND-lIANDCOUNrEItHHOWOAHE, ilw I feet long) cheup. Address HIIOW- A HOUSE TO DO GAltflEN W011K OV A XI- farm for ins feed b .-st or caro. CAMlllepubllcan ufticu, A HOUSE TO DO ; farm for bis feed; b K. 11, lte,,llbltcali Olllce, "ED-TOANNl it'u . ii-iiuninii ex, jii. n jiniiK. iiii i lUN.W,, ItaCommlsAtonor ofUeeJj far evorr AildrcM J, it ut tirANTRD-TOASNOtlNnre Tlf AT JtlltS" V C. J.oa!1,titon.MvtCo.-rt Hank, 1411 IT ...,.,.. I.UUIII HlatCAnd Territory. UnlLedi4Latoa(otiimlsslonar. Exanslner, and Notary Public; always In ouica from 0 a. in. lo 0 p. m. JtoAitatxa. t GENTLEMAN 1IIX1IIIM GOOD HOAltll t. rorlilinsrir and two hoy, aged 13 and 7, iu a small family. Address A, N, b, UopuLllcall Olllce. ' HI Ell I. IflXCEl.LENT TAIIl.E 110AIID, 17 PE If month, at BID lalst-N. W.,beU Hand W.-TWO COMMUNI 1 rooms mi !fl fl,MVr Gur- nubed or unfurnished), southern exiiosuriMaiilo board; a.lo transients aivommoilatod. i 7-t;l I" nuTtNisiiub nooMH an7 "t.mili: : board; two largo room-, en sulto or slimle; near Wur Department. 3U3l)Ht. N W. 7-1H 1,1 -l"r,"(;Ollt.'OllXN Hr.-.C" 1'LEAHANT Jb.l J south room! bath on aamo floor! prlvato family. 7-ltl (li nU'HI'- N. W.-PUWNJflllKD-IlN Ho JXJ lloor II connecting looms, fjfttfio dill ureni no cooking! aoiith isjvm, 3d floor, S10; modern Improvements. 7-l J)L1!AHNT JIOOMH, NICELY FUll- uu uiuuuril luuvuuiciicrn, m .iu, av. N. W. )n3U-7- Iv r. N. W.-HOOMrt, WITH boardt ruicreucos ulvon and re-7-tf 1 nlsbed. i7oa n. v. i 1421 quired. Fon JtvxTllnVHKH. nr A HOL'HE. 1)411 1' L. N.W.t liniiNntYiiitAliiltiirllroonistlnoilerii Imiirnvemcnts. Inuulro uiiontho prtmlses. 0-11 i.tousi: Oil PAIIT Jl LB liU UCA TIONATj, -VJOIIWOOD INSriTUTK, A SELECT SCHOOL 1'OH 011UA 1313 and 1314 FOUlUKENTlt SI', N. Washington. D. C. W A complete st liool eoiirse-Ena'Isb, f-clelitlflp. Classical. Greitt rncllltles lor modern languages, particularly French and German. Art, Klotu lion. Musiofnlaiio, Prof. Anton llloclnerj. A Colleahito C'urso, Also Elettlvo Coui-ses for advanced students. Preparation rhisses lor Vas sarnnil other colleges. i'allatl314 14lli si. n. u., near 1 Ith ntroot t'lrcle, or nddruss Mil. and MIW. W. P. IIAHELIi, ITllie.pula. ritin; limti.ny. m,hools oir .L l.ANlirjAUP.'t llALl'IMOItE, liHSlO.V. HUOOKLYN, l'ltOVIDIJ.NOli AT 7'W llTII HT. N. W WAISHINGTO.V. Will bo openodaU summer. BUKINI-JSS EDUCATION FOlt VIUNO and mlddlc-airtd men and women. Hprlng aiidhummerHesslonsonlieHiH'ncerliinntislnci'S College, loruer Ninth uu.l Data. N. W. Itapld wniliut. uooaKPpiuK. nipiu ciucuiniion, r.UK llsh linguaje, stenoirraphy, tynu-wrltliig. Ac, morou;uiv lauauu loliloiii Yi'sr from (iMlftttr entrant e, day or nlicht, W: threo months, day, (JO; night, 14l one mouth, day, 7t nlip I, f.Sl Itapld writing only, 13 lessons, s'k fall or aeu.l for circulars. HENHYU MI'ENOEIt, Principal HAHA A. MPENCEII. VUo ITlnclpal. Tltqp. i r in Indorsed Van en Hand. Mr. John IC, Cblldrey, of itlchmond, who was Indorsed by the Virginia Democratic del egation to bo collector ol customs at that city, arrived In tho city last nlrht ami Is slopping ul tho Metroolltau Hotel. The other geuilemeu who wero alio complimented by tbo delega tion aio either here or en route. Rirr.r.rmN-R ii.vNnrvd AnAfiit. ml,.. Xttw w flit, tlmo tn loin fur IhofaHt I quarter, to laKt- part in ino Jiay inn. riMIE BEST AND CHEAPEST PLACE TO 1 learn drawtiisc and paliillivr Is at the Na tional Academy ol I'lnu Arts, lHtbsu and N, Y. av. Years of study aaved. llccepttous tree. Wetlneaduy evenlnza at ri o'clock. lUretter for the Unrated Norfolk Ilsnk. Tbo comptroller of the currency jc.tcrday apjiolnted Wm. II. Peters lo be receiver for the Exihaugo National Hank, uf Norfolk, and T, F, Harnett, Jr., to bo attorney for lliu re reiver, llotli atipolutees Hte residents of Nor folk. i ' m ' Ncvrn too poor to try Salvation Oil, tho great paln-cxtlrpator,at 35 cents a bottle. JiVr.CT.IT, Xoticv.s, JK3V". NOntllilS UEniCHY GIVEN Til AT aw ntitlli?.tt!in has bPLMi onidf, lo llu, l-lil a delphlaand Keadlng llallroadi'onipany for Iho renewal of certllliatc No.riuU.Mi iur thirty (ilii) Khtirca I'hlludolplila and Heading sloi-k, miwlo out In thu tmiuo or Ik K, Irolle, and lost -In Wushlnclon, D. C. lobtll.lu.llm A'JJIlOItY PIHCK ItOUHP, NEAULY new: a rooms- modern Imnrovemtnts! fur- nlsnetl-for rout from liny 1 to Nov. 1) 1133 II at.i. i;.t terms rtaionauie. uii. TiYsUllAIILK 1'llltNIHIIF.D IIOIIHR FOH J J the Hummer, liidellahtful lo-atlon: herdlcs passthudoor; rent motkrato. Address PLEAS ANT UlOA'rlONIteiiubllcan onice. il-ll A T3010 It Hf. N. W 11ET. 30TH AND 31st sla. House. 11 rooms, hot and cold w atcr and hath, gas; can be rented cheap at 1733 l'n. av. N. W. IHO -w-Aviti-r. inn in... u-ri sx tit 1 liriJstirci UUUaii I'lil lUllt DI .'I . st JtrtxtJir-I, , modern Impnn em enl.lirK3'ri1i rent17o ...ninntl, Innlv (is A A . V I T 4( i, glll ? Is (1VS IIIWIlllll li .w "" --'' L mi Ijh. av. w. w. (f.M Mnculii Mult, (Jilt and )nl.. W.) Ul.UltlOlfS KA4TKH HOLIDAY ATrilAUTlO.NS, KVKIIV AKTt:ilNOOX AND KXMIT. COM- MKNCiNf. MONDAY APItll 0., MH. (Il-.OIKIK V. THOMI'-IOX, III ttio Hubllmo itran.H In Four Attl, llll VAN WINKIJC. HupiKirtod by mi Un excelled Oimpany Ailmtmlon, 10 anl v!0 contn. iJooraupimt I lilt 4 I'. IDs JtUAi, JCsT.trii, JjOAXfi JUc. pnnAi'M-jr ,OiVa in city. llCHiiilful ulti-non ('oliiuiblti Hplchtu, fi-onMnc; on 'InlrWentli sir cot txtcmtpil and on II ol mthri read; nfhitf fashionable tlrho tiom rniirlcenlh utrpci to Hiilillir llsime I'arK i sin iU chti jinyinenli t lonff-(lfcrrod pay; X AT UAUINt'S UAhU 3I0NDAY EVKNIaVO.APHtl. lO.h (J'Oi-OCK". yiibn van rixKKijnr,tx, Misted by nor brother, v. Ml elvn a rharmlnv nndmmftiitlaplctiitoor Orlcuial lire, under lliu auspkriur -Mini COI.EMAN. HHs i DMA JANNEY. Mit. Pi O iKNCK SCHLEY, MIPS, JOHN O. liVANH, MIH-s l.lZIE JriSKlMI. Mil's. AllUlltAL IlODdEft.l. Mill Clllf.l' JUlsflCl! WAITE, i 11 UV 1UII., VAN VL1JIT, WIlMIN. meutaror iia!am-o:amall rate of luterestt prop-1 erty ra)ildly.li,criaslnrf litsalut) atrcets newly I rtratiou. vvitn Riutors. water, ann i;as iam)s; street cars run within one square of all theso Iota. I lvoier ieut tif nurchaie money liuaAli. balance In monthly Installments t aulu .A rare chance for great baraalns. Per full particulars, plat of cruund, aud terms apply tn HEXIIY D. (JIIEEN or JOHN V. 11EALL, 1411 Est. N.W II, o-irv -11011 11LNT- Q,n'rl3lh,Mr.S3fl0 OOiliniPlercori, ' M.ii'rlbturur. ltiofNi 7 rooms .4-... T27 60 N,n'rl3ih,fur. ir,n ou UD1 .Mnwuv nc, iiutir inr,isr r;j uu nr 3113 Mass 11V. 3.I0IIM. tlr 111 rooms..... 110 00 30.) Dili n c. Hr 11110 luth ii vv, 3uuni:luw,7r in rooms jtai tiu uui, mi--, tiiu u 3UJ.1II1W, lfir. liHino, n e. Or 33 50 IH37II1IW, 18r Kion'.MTQ.Hr 3JWI I7tll Pnw.llr. bJOs lilio tt'nw, Or. 2n :n) HW3 luth u tv, iuuj it ne. or .. 13r 7ft 00,130 rift, Or S13 luth u vv, fllOPmv,4r 1 3r - 7.1 00 rju Warner, or nj.tOnvv,10r.. M 00 73rithne,nr fl.lll V. Cap, 13r. Ml 00,730 litis a o fir . niHMhntv iur fill Oil 3i)7 7ih nvv, fir 800 It. I. ave, UtHKuw.r'r.ar urAsioro...H 4,- vw Also a number of well located furnished houses. Call at olllce for Weekly Bulletin. Issued every calurday afternoon. Landlords call havo their bouses advertised ftoo by placing thom In t,ur hands. n. II. WAHNEII, t)Ht Patrcet northwest 35 UO 35 Oil 31 UO 35 00 30 (10 311 00 '.0 00 13 HO 11) 00 11100 HDD btX) Bishop cv; Bennett, BliAL ESTATE, LOANH. AND INSUItANCU No.lU081'slbot. 10th aud litis sts. POP, HALE! Elecant resldenco on Iowa Circle. 15 rooms, laruo huller'a pantrv. hath room, nnd all rood ern Improvements, 'ta,OU0 1 terms 4iy, New dwolllni; un Massachusetts avenue north vvt st. 13 rooms, all modern Improvements; prlco, f 1U.I1UU Now dwelling Massachusetts avenuo north w est. 13 rooms, all modern Improvements; price, 114,000. Pino dwclllnn, on M street, 13 rooms, inodsrn Improvements) price. aio.Ouu. l'lnedwelllnrron Ninth street northwest.il rooms and all modorn Iniorovcmouts, In first, class repair) price, O,UU0. Tvso new brick dwellings, on Latroct, alt mod ern Improvements: price, tu.ouo and (7,000 each; terms easy. New brick dwelling on Massachusetts avenue, 7 rooms and bath and modcrn.lraprovemcnts; price, H.33U. Two new brlclc dwellings onH street horth w est. 7 rooms utid modern Improvcmcntsoacb 11,000. - r- Tvvolory brick bulldlnir. SOhvOO, lot 30 by 8fi,0 rooms, Including store, Eltbtband Hats. N. W.i price, 14,000; terms easy. Two dwellings. 5 rooms each, on llldzs street) price, SJ,300 cash. Pino building lots on Fifteenth, street at a bar. gain, rort rtBNT PINE TtF.fsIDENCE. IS IIooms mnd. ern improv ements.olegantly fliriilshed. near Thomas circle 125000 PINE HKMIUENCK, Its Itnoms. mod ern Improvements, near '1 nomas cir cle. L 160.09 PINE IllJSIDENCn. 13 ltooms, mod cm Improvements, old luth H. ....... OuMltl Mils. CIIA Mils. uXS. Mill. W. J. SUM. OltANUK PKIIHIell. For tho benefit rr lb- Men's .Mission of Soutt Washington. Tlckf ts, fiot-enlsi reserve t seats, til In ho ha, or tin se Utiles, or at John 1'. Parcl'a book store, ttlil reunsyivan aftve, . apll,)t AN AUTHOR'S TEA PAItTY " Wilt bo irivrti hi tho Hot'Ial Itoom of Iha .ONltRKtlATiO.VAL CHtrUUH this Evinlng. Admission, 31 t'ciits; (.hlidren, lo i'inli Re Ireshmcnti, 35 ce ills. upio-lt Ti:rl'uillV-Plll)-. RICHARD T. nilEEN . J.Kit. MONDAY I.VEM.NO APIIII. 1.1 ih5, inTit-.tr. Piti:iiiY'ii:iUAN oiiiituif. Hiibjetti MfcifAt, ANfiRixv. Admission, 35e. rjlflli PltAN. AllT'cLU'ii, ASSIST KD BY WILL CLARK, (Of noslou), formtrly First Tenor of tho famous rlompIe0.uarutlc, MlhS MISS ICATlr. N. HC0TT, liDLALIE I10MF.lt, and mi Orchestra, under tho direction of Mil. A. A. 11AYI.-J, will give a (IRANI) co.vcnitr, AT THE CHURCH OF OUR l'ATJIEIt, ON THURSDAY, APRIL 1, lHbO. Tickets may bo bad uf the members and at EbKa Music Hloro. ap7-t o LD l'OLEH (.ONCKRT AT TIIK- METROPOLITAN CIlUIfH (Corner Kour-and a hall nnd Oats. N. W.), FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL 10, At 8 of c clock. Somo of tho Rest Musical Talent of Washington are to tako part. A most entertaining prcirimanio will be pre sentetl. . '1 Ickets. 3.", uents: for aalo at 0. C. Pursell'a No. 41H Ninth street, and at lemnloCafe. 1 Fon Sat.v. AND roiiff l.liarttnraril&r'OML ubaraaliL JOHN J. COOK, 113 1 and ltrldgu sts. H 1:1 lAHRIAflH - COMP0RTAUL15 V"U IOR RENTORHALH-A PINECOU ; residence! H miles from Wmblnstui ra iroau aiaiion. .suurcss s, Ofllco. N'l KY an. near Y., Jtepublltan Oil J'llOVOSAT.S. I R01'0SAJ.ti l'OU (lAH'I'll'K. Wakhinotrs, 1). fi. April H. 188.V ho.ilod proiiouU tint In vllwl Iur lurnUlitue the materluU hikI pvntliitf In (Jnt-rij)o tu thu new I'enMon iiulldlntf. HpetUWntloinur.d planstun lieHCoii nttho oTlicw oi the UiidPrnlstatl. HUli wlUlieopem't fit i! in. un Al'JtlL HI.1HH5. In prcxeuee of bidder w ho elm ho to attend. unervlMn4 Knulneur and Arthltttt. n l i w . 1 1 ; j , i u2..z. I3UOI'0SAIeH VOlt MAItltl.K AND (JUAN-irK-WOUK, hlUCK, AND IJUIMH.NH. U. 1 1 ivil i'lWs rt.tlf tt i HlO.Ni; lOH TKilltAUli, OI'VIjUO KJtM'HUl. vsgf MOUNT VIIRNON-VWriOUS TO lvvv Mount Vrrnnnti.il ct I.uutli ntthnncw dining room, near tho northern uutraiico in tho urfjuiKJi. apl-rt.tn.th-Ot B5- Tlindefliilto polloy of u "roform" nil miulstration Is not ta bo itscortnlnoil by buy ono act or by any formal ulllelal an nouncement, but must bo gnthcro.l In Kent lurccs there, nnd to be attached, bru InCTin In tllo (In-rklttn rlVno ..,,. rcct .1.0 of tbo Anttlo-Saxoii Uiiijiiq vvuro )V rjMNtj KuwANiCx.M.nator,roM Ncw ao vrull dlroctea that authurs ami writers Yutl(i Mrheil llcr0 -cturdn.y ltlt Mrs. Ker- will keep bis memory groon, nan una tlielr tlnuglilcr, and bus rooms ut the T Arlington. Mrs. Kcruuii Is In ilellialuheulili, Army tltsngra I'lion a llrllrrmint, nicl ftii'iis beru for it eouplo of weeks tonvolrt den. James J. Imna, lleulciiuiit colonel nml , Iho Inclement wcatlier jiccullar lo central ?5S DUFFY tVCO. UESl'KCrFULLV AN &0 nouueo to their frluiidsauti the publlu that they havo opened au onlcu at tlt7 7th st. tor thu transaction of all braiiehosof bustneisrclalliulo Real Estato. '1 hey guarantee Drompt and per aoiial attention. Commissions moderate. snlilll-'Jfnr WILLIAM E, WOOD A CO. Manufacturers o! HECTIONAL CAST IRON ROILER PIN INDIREtri' RADIATOR, and WOOD'S CAbP IKON DIRKCr 11ADI- ATORi j Contractors for t T-insT-CLAtiS STEAM IIEATtVfl nrPublloIlulldlussauil Prlvato Dwillluts. 3011 W. ilALTIMOIIE HT. nod 1 N. Llllliltl'Y HT.. HALTUIORIJ. Ml). oer ' VTUV, It. Ol tlANDKE, VITAI'ATH PHY! J? slclan.' 1 I'mido Iho best health ro- kour, wit or imiuro. HLiiiiu VPal Nirviiuri. i:let-irlrlt 1 thea. Pood. Water, AIL , Klx lr Vutxir Hatha. ,vlu. ids, Oplati-i, .Meroury, (JuliiUix. Aleo hullo Hilrnu- I ....-' . .....II n.u..u.un.ul.(.U ......llil ! couiultalloiifreo. CLill or send for testimonials i,r wonderful ernes. limit all dlteasos. uoule or chronic om.ro luidreoi'iitltiit i triors, IIJ3 P St., bet. tlth al)d juth, WnshlnKton, D. C. AlirlllTILT'M Oihci', V. S. CAl-lTor-W VHillMlTtiv, D. C, March Oil. 1KH5. healed proposals will ho received at IhlsOlllro until 1 ,iV.OLk m.. Aorll :tll itost. lor maihlj and graultt'-vvork lor sutlunt 11, (!, U ali'l M of irrracc. wnu sit',s itnti plant rnii-s. PioosaU will ho riut-lvod'at the samo tlmo for llrlck aud lor Hull, line Htouo retUlrcd for theso sections of tho terrate. Plans uutl opeclllcatlona can ba sceu At this otnit. .... EnVV'AHD CLAHK, Architect, U. H. I'npltoL cor. 7th sU aad LA. uv, at. . w A HALF INTEREST IN THE FLORIST business, situated at 1817 E St. N. W. Atiply 33 D st.N. W. H-10 rnwo uandscTmi: Ni:ni:siDi:sci:, i JL rooms each, lllil aud 102.1 (I !. N, VV. '1 ixe homes are built Iu the most ubttntlul mauner press brick Iroilts. hrnLVnslontj tllni iiilugs, two-story aquaro bay wlnduws, haid wood niaulels, tiling, open tlrepliues, and iur nace; idumblmi; first ilass Por terms apply lo V. J. ,- l.-, i itviiiv,, , iiniitMiit,, v uitt.iiij . VV, iieia lit LCUIHIll n-t i 1HAVL A MOST DIIIIA1ILP. Fflll.NT of 340 IVt ton the noilhsldoof N st. N. W,, bet. 31st nud'J.ldsls.r'boiilIi lioutaireund iiuux. ivpllonally located Iur Hue tlvvullliiz liousn-i; a porltoiiolllilslioutaicelsM) feet tlicp.tliiil.nl. ante lull foil to u HI foot ulteyi Hum l.o liutl now at the low iirto orM,35 iter fuott vvlll ho worth f3 per loot) rtally a theni- aud line In vestment for any person. JOHN A PHE&-CO'l-r. I41tl F su N. VV. H-11 AND DE- near l olumhla liulldltnr. nowocLiinled as atlwelllur. LllttMSllv- cunvertltiln lulu business ptupcmt 4 story, ttnssisl hrltk. mrroln trlinltilnas, 10 roonisand biith, all modern lmiiuvmucfil-, 37 by 135 Icet ton wide alh'.i t price, lil,liiti, oiie.tltlrl rash, halaiicolrom 1 tuftytarst this hribargaln,nnd tan be Insptctedat any Ohio oh applltultun tu JOIINA, PRICSLOPl', HIOFsl.N. W. K-U ffS" All property placed In our bands wilt be liberally advertised w Ithout roil to owuara, Money placed oil Hrawdsss Western Securities at Hi per rent. mui: washinoton roller rink, JL Otu at. nnd lthodo Island av enue. - ni-FN MORNINO. 10 to 13a. m. A1TERN0ON, 3-10 to 0:!J. EViaUNO. 7:110 to 10.30 OOOD Mt'MlC. Rest floor south of Philadelphia, l'ancy skat lug every evening. Hevcnth and Ninth street cars direct. JlOOK AXJ Jon 2'JlJXTIXa. rniih laruehi' printing oppica X SOUTH UP PHILADELPHIA, 421) AND 43J. .ELEVENTH BfltEEl' N. W JUDDADETWEILER Are always prepared to print Hooks, Pamphlets, Rrlcfs, Records, aud Commercial Printing of all kinds iieudsomcly, quickly, aud correctly, AT LOWEST rOSBlnLE HATCH. ijjson uno-i. nooic and .mi rniNTrva PK.SNHYLVANtA AVENUE. houiuu.1 Loiusku Tmiutii-siu arniir. Tho fjvrijest Trlntlna House In the Cite. Prlntlm; of All Descriptions Promptly Ex. cutcdlntho ilest btylouudat Lovvon Rates. 171 PPA HUNTON. J Of Vlrglnlx T HAVE FOR HALE A LAR01 JL siraoie Diiiuung tm 4t St., JlUNIXKSS OiiAxvr.s. fSolt BALE POlt "l'ASHON'LY-Tlli! V vvliolefaluand retail vvliiu and lituioi' store, 17U3 Pa. av. aau-lf 1 iiavi: a viiit i ciionjK on the .1 wcvt side of HUH BUN. W.. bet. Laud M sts., 37 hv 1IIH to ilO-mot alley, at the low prlto of si ..... -...., irttrv A itl,t,hran lvi 1 llu t( ., L.'. .'.w, v.,., .v.v. ., . . W. HI 1' St. H-ll TJE KICHII Illi; 1IILI.8.--TIIE WELL JT known "Abby Lndao' farm. oniisWiliui or lltli) acres t,f laud, with uiimerfius farnibulldliiKS nnd ootiimtHiluus villa, ttiiuplelely lurnlshtd. for. ititTiy vne resiiieucu ut iui. iiivhhiii i.nvut,, a, ,u- souri estif iiaturo, HLtuutillcallv apiillcd ttiriuiuh ty. vexfiin e iiei 10- flesl, Lltfht. (iroint-,,1 l'nitHox.iTi Cojirtutr. dotitll by patient rosearch. As llttlo drops I ileput tiimiurnmilcr aenernl, was tisterila, New Yoiltilurlnsllils monlb. I J '''"'1" ?. r ..i. n,l llnln i-r.tinsof a.iutl malco placid oil Iho ri'tlnd list or tile- nrm under ' 'I id remolnsor Mrs. James llcgati, vvlloof , '7Of7l' HUllllERV.iVtJ. of wtorfail llttlo grains ot s. iki iiidko holaworjuno ai. ItoJ. mi rcncli ng tlieiiw elIt r,l. rcaltnenlal tniailinnailer nftbo -...,., , ,..i ..TTT, thn nilirhtv ocenti atld ho bcatltonus ..r 1,1 vrais. 'llils imiuiutva Mai. Clmrlcs A. I ' c ' ' "l! ' ' " :n '.'. '"".". V." ,,,u? '."'.' "'? ' "'' '' '" Icnvhu' X vacAiny nr cuplalii itud nsilniuut luurlvriuiitur to lai flllld by I'lnalilcnt Clevu land I ln-io me uiuliv nipllc.illtiis Iur Ihli vat-auev, tiutiltie as wen lis lis utu m-fviiv, tuiu dines ...... -I.. . l.tlui. l,lli't, tViilUiVttl,,, Mitut.bttMa ,.,, v. ,. ' ml, I nlt.,,1 vluli.lnf.nlrv rmmlii ,1 Via.., I.i., . .. , .,........,. . I. It III) 1' 1 1 l'IM"u I ., i.l.ll.t.. dllll (III I I IIII.U.I.IW II,,!,.,..,.! m,,w -. .iu l,,ui,-,,.,. ,,., ,'11. ,.,,,,, ,.,,....".,- ,,., , , . ........ , .iln i,.inii... . .ii. ul,... ... ..I...... n i.' . nrd a Hotel, for the ancis-sifiil tuatuient of night, uutl will bo burled Intlay nt Uik , Hill feniLtcry. Mrs. Ili'itnn, who was Miss llldgmc, u.it n nlccu uf Mrs. Hubert (1. Until irlnrtl, Iliuwii'uotCul. liutlarlord. I'.fl. A. tbo mlglity ocenti and tbo bcatltonus nf m yrais. 'llils jimuiutiM Ml. . ... i. uttt,. n,.i ,,! ,,it,,.u.,,Lr Itoviinlils In lleuteiiunt colonel. iauu, o i-ivu .....u . -... -. """ iilflis-rt Hinltlt to tunjnr ami itisilvrinvlu IUU OZCCUllVO, CUIISIUSIVti im it iu,aviiia to each ami all bis other nets and iittur &uccs. enables tbo careful student to foru- cast tbo po cy tuat s to obtain until tbo . inm h rurloi.lv h nisnllrsi;l b oillcers ns lo . . . i i un win. ti. i. .,,ii... whuilieillinprosldeutwlll follow the oxamplo dtU of Murcli, loa'J. Wltli tins prelim- of t,t4 i.rLdweiaornudinuLolliii appointment inary suggestion tbo thoughtful reader . from tlvll lllc, iu IsnowulUiijul by law, to ..; ........ , i -i ..i. . ... .... ' Aiiins Webster, rccinlly rcgMer of wills In will uoprepnreu loKivoiiiiuwciKiinu ntc-! ,,u n,lrr, onil formerly of (leu. 'Irani's ' 1 ole, nnd Taylor, It. P. I.uekelt and W. W. fctatemont or it careful wrlur in ft numiuy nan nuriuj ino rem nion is it pruinineiu up l,ii r Mi,url. . T. llookslaver mid W. pjper. that "tho President doe. not np. iS&'w&uJSS 'a" alt bdnj ' ' "" ""'""'. ' der provo of 'banged' borsol, lloislnteudlng pushed b) their Irivmlr, wnotl. orKenluely. Ileur VdmlrolJoo It. Wll- . k tmlr nf l,ors. but will nut liavu I . . . .. win Lil I auiitlcroy, of Virginia) (l,V HiTinau, .L.i.o.,'., ,....;( to I. ThoAmorlen. ' """" LI 1.".'" . I1'0 5.f ""V. '1'P Mulile, .t.iU M, C, (Iro.., of No v Vorti illJDMVIIIMIt.. H . -... -.-- ""i; - 0 J, us Uttl't tPfiUit'prntl," i.rii, lliinloi.x. Club niift liivciU'l Null. Chill lUllillPi 4'riiiirn frwi. vn'innr p.iiivHTinr-si, nml nit ilUtmiiM nl thu liul. Hit, Wl.Ul.'ri iMiiiivWHth iOiiut'tutlvu your ol nuw.au lit tH.i.s.i ilia President's ulle.sjetuMay wero j Wa.ldjj.-t mi. , ,;,, ,,,,, hn.intnr. t.i..L.iii, n,,.l Sin Din , ,n. lt. un . .. 1 1 J. ........... T. ..... . ' vi,...". ,v.wii ,...v ...ta. ... ..",. ....-....,. n rvorill l.tliuw street,; ret rclary lain nun, i.oiiuul". loner llluuk, nop-nseututlvesi-prlggi.Warner, Tiidcr, Mitchell, Intlluiis Net t'rnsstug Into Canatls, i, en Mhirlihiu ypitorilai-recchctl a telegram . tnusaeii,..).-.-..... 'T "H , ,,CU """.'biiiyeortiai-recciictia eicgram , ij.nur, Kearney ami J. W lloylc, or Now 'banK s mud, shorter than tboi, iigllsb, fioin den Urrj. dntetl bl. Paul, saying lliut .. , cary nf Ohloi W II llutin of j V. ... i.i .. il. AJ,.l,tn wiii.itiif bo liiul liivsilgaled l ho reports, that uilUlu 1 1.,' ."' L"','J.1 ",.',,' '!.. . "'Ji-" and II nftoi) cU by tbo cftchnian without , nri,Wi.;t nen ..tK (h0 I'auuillan f ('obijorstomi, uUd f rauliUeiVer, of Calro.Nevv yigcfd to tlii)tyld of tb liorso or idea of j fro Mcr ami fwnd llmt thuy wero untrue. , York. T.-S.INI: llll Mlllivrn TO OHDER, Ii TTNITIID HTAT1M MAIWHAfM SAI.U 1W frtup of n writ ot venditioni c-xpoiiAi, U hi.id out of thoClor.-'! mlUu u( tho Miprfniu Ciurtor tho Dlvtrltt or Cohuuhla, atut l moilH re.utl, t will m'U ut )iuhlli nsW, un tuuh. m irUIll III IIIUUUUI IU'lllVllHUt VI a.lU S4 tin irkMjiilMllllAV.TIIKtTrilDAYOrAl'lIII. IbNl. at l'Jicluck in., nil tlio rl.M, lltli.', i lahn, ilia Intcrent of thu ilcft'inJuiii Iu nna tu thofol , lustluit-tliftcr bnl iiroi'uriy, la win hiibiul Jl, In wiiAiu jiuiiiliiTOtl llo, liuiulretl liiul thlrt)-Uo I'l.tVi), NitiiHtut r.ii Thlnl Ktren reOuthwiMt, hi'lw tut'ivnil 1 1. liilliol'ltyurVH.i Insliin. lo mttM' V. htlltlnnl (xdqiiuh nuinln'f 9A.17I1 t tim In fm or of J. T, tcult t Co. uga,,.tT.ioma,l..D'Vier.:fit,MiL,iAi.u P, H. Marshal. 'i'ltiHAaDovvl.iNti,Aiittloneer. nih'.'irjut JEEVES Ji CO. WILLARD'rJ HOTEL Bl'AULES, Coll, 14 rii ami I) His. N. W. I1RANCH Ol-'PICIi AT Tllll ARLINO'IQN Xiie JN atio.val Sapid J -)h pot it COMPANY, COItNER Ifirll HI'. AND -SEW Y011K AVE. PERPI.TUVL (tllARTEIt, ACT OP CON- IIIHSs.-, JA -SUA US' 33. 1KU7. Uunllul. , (JIXIOOO 1 11(13 ANIl JIUHIUt.lU I-J1UU1 VAUItlJN IIENJAMINP. MNVIIER. Pri'alduuL CIIAHI.1.H U llliOVKH, of IllBgs A Pa, Vlco ries.'itul. tti--, I ri'iisiirur, .'EVA.YI'.Hetrelary. li NYMAN. Ami. hiiCr. IlllIKCKJllSI llrnjnmlii 1 . niiyrter, Charles l (Hover, in i... HI -...j lliinsu A Wi 1 1 i i-,l i . un i iiinuii Jsi.ki. t ."'.. .. ".,1 Mi 1'urKe. doJi inw uitid heuu'cti l.enox uit'l 1'lttHllclO. Muw. tho vIllftniiilA portion of tho I ami will heiuld nr rent t'd Ni'puruti y If tltNlrcdt will noil ut it tmrtftttii lor cash oriixtUauitoforoilior inojieity. AiMrcNt WAYI.AaNIl tif MIMiKUi 17B Hrowiwny. New Yurkclty, .H-uKJItit Loiivoolr-iit tohln Uiiirn; 11 looini, U i.rei In flult oruhanl, nnd lawni excellent t,irlnjj wnter. Apply Iwtwi'fn 4 ami 0 o'cl'xk iv in nr ftilrln-M A. if. VlMllCKHKU A CO..M I Lit, N. Ji H-tf.l Von It hxtJ! isai;irAxt;otwt MIMIC HOOH IN' OlTlt'llH n'AKI) (I, 2li J Hour, JlI.171'I..Jji.olto llijlillt Jloutu. Ji:a.it A A. 1'RKUSIAN (H YKAHH ABSISTANT U. H. Altoi n ey Clcnural ), Attorney at Jnw. ottlfironmit;jnund 40SU cloud UulMUu.cor iter Win I h and' tree.. i'i-lni JUPPGUANnMnt, or MUiourl. HUXlON' & UirANDLKIt, AttnrnpV'i iMj.w, WAHiUNtU'ON, II. C. pructlro Iu tho hupremu Court or tho V. H.tlieronrt of ( IMim, tin (.'ourtuor llntrlct of Coluiublut Uulore tho Committi't-'Hor congri'iu, und tho Dtiarlmriuit. onttoi New. J7, H9, and .10, COUCOUAN JIUIIjIJIJMI JlOTVLSf dH THE ARNO. This new nnd ctesaul family hotel, situated on Rlttcenth atreet. between laud K slrects. Is now open for the recvpllou of auuits. lloih American nutl European plans. Pirst-lass In all Its a polntoienls. Kli-urlu bells and o)ien tiro places tu overy room, i'luo suites, with larso parlor and private balbt also sln&lo rooms lor seulltr meii, Ixvtallon tlnaiiipasHt'tl. tiOoDUA'll.ltlNU iv leatllnz fealuro ol. Ilia house. - THH HBBITT: WASHINOTON, D. ft ARMY AND NAVY HEADQUARTERS. POUR IRON PIHK-EHOAPEH. ri-TEIIMH, ft ANU t PER DAV.-fftt HOWAR.D HOUSE, COR. OTU BT. AND PENNSYLVANIA AV. Ternis, 83-.10 ior liny. JO I IN II. bCOl'P. Piuprletor. J'AitlZY SVPPLIVS. CAPONS! CAPONS! ' CAPONS! A very lino lot of capons at The Cottage Market, 118 fOURTEENTH STREET, At Only 25 Cents Por Pound. j:. 1. VtA TIlOl'.S, li-iirli!tnr. PRINT BUTTER. We nro receiving frwU fiom tho dairy tHro ttmrs ttweek tbe follow Itii wtll-Unowubrjiul or'iui.luJiuttur, THE NOTHINO Q. nur purp, IIY UK. Q. lUTTIiR 60LD J0S.G.FEA11S0N'S SONS, Northern, WVstem, (Vntor, and aipltol UUI Murkuts. Also, J'arrujut Murlcut, t' unttcntli und K kIukU north wuj.. ST. JAMES HOTEL, (ON THE EUROPEAN TLAN). Corner Mxlh Hrect nnd Pennsjlvaula Avenue. p 0UTOPP1CE NOTICE, VINIHlll.n ANIl UNPINIMHEII HltlflTH (oustahtly un baud. A PPLI. LINE 111' HOSIERY all I NECK WEAR Just recvlveiL P.. ,, W. COLLAItH AND CtlPlH TIIOMPKO.N'S HHIItT PAt'lORY, Ultlt.IW H'ATT.. 1'HOPItllllOIU ajg l;' street, uphosits IVluut IJlUcv, , , ,-..-, ,,,, T. LAWIlAMtlN IIIIHIt,' ALIUHiri.HTUIti'EVV Albeit L Htlirtevatit. JOUIl u. -IJIIUIU-IWUKAVINH. HavlnirriKeuily iltleduiia Plloro-ENIIRAVI.MI ESTAIll.Irtll.MENr Inioiincclloii wllh my PAT1SNP PROCliSI, I mil piepjrrtl to furnish 1LLUSTJ1AT10N- POR NEWrtPAPElUj AT riltURT NOTICE. MAVfjp: jgvow. ,4iH tleycuiu Uireol Xfdriijwcsu I.rtLfra fnr l.'iirotrU tiooil not ho Mitti'Ifllv ill rti tru tor dlnpatth by nny ntullculnr ftU'nmi'r In onK'r to fctHure upoudy ilullvcry hi ili'slknutlon, as allTrn-AtlftntlaiiiMI HrolomunJcd by tho Ittrtteil VfMsrlsl nvntlHhlu J'orciuu main for the weok cndlns April 11 wllldoi,o(riioMiTLY In all tnc) at thlotnoi ILltOllOWH HA lUHDAY.-Al 0 iu m. lor Jnmuliu, )tr ttt'tiiinihip lZJIlli lloddi'tti at IUil in. forCVn 1ml Ainurun and tlit Houlh I'm llln poll, iur hlumnhli CM'HiiMil city, lu Annltiwull (lut tir iir itcxlro imiHt hodliccu'd por Cri-a t-ont niy")i at ll:U(Mi, in. lor Kniopp pt'r Kliunibhlp Unitnlft, vltiUnetJimtowii: iv 13 in. lor Ihdulitm Ulr.-U, pwr uteatnlilii Waititmid, m Antwerp (Ultira niut ho dlrodwl "jmr WHfuland'WJ t I i. iu, for tho Windward IfdamK imr moumnhtii Mnrlflt ut l::il)p. m. tor Culm, 1'orto Hko. and a.mi. N, l' pir HUaiufthlpHaratoaii, via Uuv.iuiuui On, m, fjr Nfwiiiiiiidhuid. pTfttfiinMhlii I'orllH. HUNUA W-At 7i'M i ii iir VcritC'rux direct, prr ftlftimshlp Wbltnoy..) in Now Orloans Oct let ! mnit hudUrui1,'pev Ktoainorvia Now Orleans") . . Mail (or rh Ina and Japan, por BtftmnhipHan I'ablo (via Hn.ii 1 ruinUto), i Ioko hero Apt llH ut 0 p. m. Mull for Australia, New oalaiid.handwtcliaud HJl Utaud. pertteaiu ivthlp Anktratlii twin Ban Frandiuio), ilonn liuro May J at 7 p. m, (or on arrival nl New York of uteanuhlp AdrlniluwItU ltrltUh irnitl fnr Aimlralliv). . , -. .. , Tho chntiiltJ oftloilna of TranrL'li1o inalli fitnrrantrod on Itio i)reuinptlon of tholr twin tvrrupted ovorland tranilt to Kan I'ramHuj. Af.iii. rri.m thu t'uL urrlvhif fW TlUUUt Hill J-'rnurUroon tlio day of aattbif pfttontntrs) ftt JMj:dxca r. MV.S ONI.Y.-A NEW, (JUltllC, H'.UMA. ncut, absolutoly certain euro for lout or turui innle. cm ci, . irttu. Hit Qui u tallliKcniuiihooiL ilnciiii within a dayt iWiiiinth iiioniii, iiu iiiiuuwcrjiBii ', run CTplanallon, man; muiahle nroola ninllud una A.udunui HclciitMla Tull explanation, many roforr nnd Indliputahleprool ninlled undrr fcoal, Audivtu THIS I'll IK MKUatUAb CO,, llu rt. Y. a(1e; ERVOUS UERILITY) QUICK, PICRMA. nent lurt-, aooi iikv. .i.iviAi.fit AtlENUY. KIU Pulton street. New Yotli. VIOOR POR JIENl OUIOIC, HUHE. HAPII Hook iron. CI V1ALE AulSNOV, luo Pub tun St.. Nutv York. IJ iso on Belf-Iiovelopuielit of tho Pcinalo host ami Porin." Coloretl anatomical nlatu. full i'X)lanatlon. medical oplulous. d:u Mailed aaalttl ior SO cents. Address P. O. DRAWER 170. UllfTalo. N. V. J'VltSOXAT.. CUTI'INO AND Pl'lTINll IIY PERPEUT system at st hool for dressmaking, T2H J nth st.1 suits niatln atlovveat rates) It ssons froo. 1!) PRKNOII, AND -.I.OUKB-ENULISII. j Aineritivu, repairwi oy J.vaii'sii. iiatj-.a, lion Pa. av. east) auud iostal aud ho will call) nerftut vvorlcifiiarautetid. noIU-Iy BAR0AIN8 IN HATS, , OP stylus, at New Vorlt Hat Hloro, sylvaulaavouuoN. W. LATEUT UUI Peuu. MTOOnRUPP'H PILK-HOIiDEim, 11)11 VIL YV Inir business anti nfllolnl papeisrnnipaclly antiioiivenlenlly for rofereuce. 'Ihey liavolaeu uulv ersally adopted by the Kovoriinieut, und aro last becoming thu standard document fllo of the lonntf-i-. 'I litiv itrti tuuilA of various slQS.and can bo placed on ordinary ahelvliiK. They aro also put up In lablnets containing any desired '"(ininf' and insiuiOnlpry, No,,ai7 .RJid UUO First Quality Nbw Jcrst;y BUTTER IN PRINTS. Remember my Spring .cal" Tea. N. W. BUEOHELL, IIWOPBTIIEEI'N. NV. N OTICE TO JIOUeiEKEEPER'i CEREH, BTERLINO. 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EASTEU .t WONH, lUlV-IOl.und'JUS W. lulllulurelL, llallluloro Wbolcaaleai J retail. f U KP.RVANH, IOPJ PA. AV.-ENIIRAv" fj . lngplalaKiidfU vl.lllnir cards BO cls.1 no cards Irom same plate. 4&its. lyo tarda prluted froai plato7oita. MACHINIHM-irOlUUiaiU i MURRAY, JlUTIUsl.hu. i ' - 1' is wp ATTntiMnv.nirAiii.RH i IT UOOWI.hU Cloud ilullding, Uth and P stu ii. vv. lvveuiy veurs n: larefyil personal altentlo nxpurlouoo. Prompt aal lou atveii every uastr.