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THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN: MONDAY MORNING. MARCH 15, 1883.
(cuaZ&i, p&3&d Hits rccolvod hla first Bhlpmont of O, HP--, n In, Slrcno Hnnd-mado Fronoh CoutU and Battoou Oorsota, in Whlto, Blaok, Bluo, and, Oardl rnl nlDO, a full lino of rr.ncb Worn and Thomson's CIoyo Filling Corsets, 'u short and long longths. SpoolnUy raado in a Guaran teed Rottl Whnlo-bono C. P. CORSET! Also tho 'Pandora' Unbreakable Bono Corset at $1.00. LiiU-t European Novelties ! HHATON 1'l.ltltY, jii-yi-o tiii nixr and mot fvsii. (Vsa ii 1: pi.oiim'ioss or tiiki. .ai- INC. I RIIM'II. HERMAN, AM) KMII.IMt m n .urnkKST.)ur.Tiii:urc)inuNC: (INFO! TIIKI. MU.IrillM.WriOXd IS' 'I III I ITY lOS-l'.l.lXT V'HUM. j 1 1 sivi: yrYi.iS in finest rnnsTii i a lie . -!vm a. ci i. ) "MY r.xwni'.i ou m:. KKv!)V"lONs"N'isDIASH.Ka nl SI, 81.23, KSiMAA"lfli'I!nTl-WlinMtK8F0n fc?IM,l'sS.IAAV5Ul;MlMnill SILKS ail l K JlWIiTLIl i S1I.K MlKSAUISE- AND iMMiwJioi k onu.ACK and colored J oil t.iiAiN. kailli: riiASi-Aisi:. 1.11.1. DAMI-, VvrlN IiH IIKC, ANUbCRAU wll'tf. MWM sTnirnn and llPcicAl Kli VELVETS FOIKIARNlTCRK. c iioii V: "imuuKViN printed chai.i.is KOVUma'lN IIO-.I....Y AND ll.VXDKER- 'nii'iiwArr.nixoTKinouivis. t "m inlc r.rm:sfu cour-. from si.m Merrill - in ixeopkan white .'-non-. J ATLM kldJi IN l'All.Wl.h n im- II II 1.1 . ANDIAItHIAdEMIAllIX asrriAINF10fKtANIif0nUECTWCE3 s i: a t o n r i: R it v, perry iini.DiNo, ,, i.enk3v..vamavavtn,ee,uneuot.1st. JUST RECEIVED. A CARLOAD OF OUIl Imitation Mahogany ChambBi Suites, (Revel Glass aud Brass Candelabra,) Which v.vc aro selling AT $39.7G. lll'.BT VAI.UI. KVKIl ori'HItKD. Carpets and All Floor Coverings at cost thiol:. W. H. HOEKE'S, HOI Mnrkot Space. 308-310 8th SI. ESTABLISHED 1811. CHOICE OLD WHISKIES! MILD, MELLOW AND DELICIOUS. The rnltr medicinal Qualities of Whle-ey dls tilled l fiom the 6-est Krowtu of Ilye In the renowned vii!t of the Mononanhela bare attracted the at. Xntionort eMedlcal Fatuity In the United Slate. loiucS degree ai to rlM? It In a very hlah post. ".TetVln' inftB Sit mlon'of connoisseur, to co? celebrated tine OLD WHWKIBJ. Wch Oder at the following priced, IN CASKS CONTAIN INO ONE DOZEN llO-TLES EACH I Old ltcsorvo Whiskey, - $18 00 Vnrlvuloil Upper-Ten Whiskey, 18 00 JJtnnanlck Club Whiskey - - 13 00 If vou cannot ohlaln these Whiskies from your r.rocer. e will, on receipt of Bank draft. Registered jjmr or roslolhc. Money Order (or CO. D. If pre Aired), deliver them to your address, br Kspress. charges prepaid, to all points ea of Mississippi :,.,., I,, frelaht to any part of U. H. (prepaid ). '$, KXCiaffiNCB. rJltlTY.and EVENNESS nvni-A i.ity. the above ore Unsurpassed by any WhlaVlM in "'market! They are entirely FliKIC ritoM ADULTERATION, and possess a natural flX.rwhrkir.ram?dWiIra.rnle,;oS.r. perfeci satisfaction! otherwise to h returned at our expense. Correspondence solicited. .&H.I.Cattewooit 114 South Front St., Philadelphia. Now York Ofllce. 10 Mouth Wllllnm Bt Good News ! Good News ! -I'llOM- Grogan's Installment Eonso Vol all In need of Furniture, Carpels, Stoves, and llouso-furnlshlng Goods In Beueral, as uo oue i,etd be without a well-furnished hoiae because they base not got the cash to spare. Thiee years aco we started the only (lire) Install ment House in the City of Washington, and during that time we hasesold goods to more than ll.UUll cusioiuers, and our kno ledge of who oie trust worthy ami who aie not, gained by expeileuce, coupled wlih our success, has been such lh.it we are now enabled to oiler eatraordluary Inducements to ou r customers and the public lu general. We ore determined to knock the bottom out of lilgh prices, and will sell OUOUS ON INSTALLMENTS As Chcai) as Thoy Cau l!o Nought Else where lor Cash, nnd we make this extraordinary offer that custom ers can make their own terms In legard toiiayineiiu. Come and see the Largist Btoie lu the Uultol Plates, come and see the Largest uud Most Varied 'tSmeVnMyo'uTa've posted yourselres on prices nnd terms elw here, and we will guars iileo you that OKOOAN'S INSTALLMENT HOUSE (the Old Itluk On Now York A-,enue, between 13th nnd 14th Htreeta N. W Is He i lace you were looking for. Come and be ron l,.,.l that what e say are facts and no huuibug. V e real, come and make your on trma-at GROGAN'S. ' AHGLO-AIERICAH '.Insuraiioo Co., No. 629 P Stroot N. W. WASIIINaXOts-.II.O.,! VS3VS Fire and Marine Policies TIIK SMAI.f. THINGS Off A DAY. Minor Occurrence In ami About the City Itrloilr rut. Toolh IllIliiB mndo pilule? by llio ttsa of coinlno byH.T. Mawn, dcntlsti'JII rotiMiml. n-linlf sited notlliHcsl. Jlrtt received ftlarirellneof liruVnnrt rmillis' slioc, in hntton and Ince, at Windsor A , , No. 1 1.3 Now York nrentto. j (linrlcs l.udlnRlnri Iim been nrrested by Dctcctlto Cox for tclllnit lollery tlcUcts. A black silk sliltt )ms been stolen from tlio Homo or Mrs. vt m. Illcliiuus, i.i.!7 iuiouc is Iatidncuuc. There itro fourteen old aoldlcn In Hie nlms lioii'c, thlrtr-four In tlio workliono, nnd eleven In tho orklioujc hoipllnl. 81. Vloccnt'a Ornliiin Aylum, ol thliclt. lias rccclrcd n legacy of tun from tho cst.tte of the late Nicholas I'hclan, ofllalllmorc. ThcCnnltnl lllcjclo Club on Saturday pur chnscd n, lot L'l by lun feel on Fifteenth hired, beteeii Dnnd Kttrcela, on tthlch to erect a club hntue. Dr. 'fho i: MeArd'.e will plvo it free medi cal Ircluro nt the Young lien s Christian Asso elollon, 1IW New York avenue, this evenlnjat 8 o'clock, entitled "Surgical F.mcrgcnclcs." James I Collins, whllo nt work In the proti room of tho lil buildlnsjoterdaymornlnx, had tho middle (Inner ot his rluht hand caught In tho machinery and bndlv masbed. Dr. Tn) lor, of the Emtrgcncy I lopllal, drc3scd tho n ound. Ci. 0. Hubbard and t'rof. U M. Oallaudet, tvho have been tendered position on tlio school board, held an extended Interview with tho commissioners Saturday on xcluxil matters. TLcy have not las ret nccepled the pcsltlons. Ldnard Dal, n driver In the employ of Mclioliw YhIlo A. Co., collected 5.V, Saturday lor tho firm nnd left Tor Hajcrttowu, Mil., with tho money tho itnm day. Detective Cox ar rested tho man at llngcrslo.vnnnd brought him backjestcrday. Ncairiun, ho was killed by tho cars In Philadelphia, M us n brother of John Finn, of the Vnrlciaruncnt, nud had resided In this city for tttclre years. Ho had a host or friends, who regretted hU euddtu nud ltnlooked-ror dcalh, A decree lucd by Justice Cox on Saturday directed Louisa Uuckam, wldon and admlu I'tralrlxorthe late Charles I.ocknm,toacccpt the offer of Charles Wagner for tho purchase orthci'ontcntsol thu restaurant on V street, bclonRlnR to tho estate. The Jtmount oilercd a as i.i.osT M. The St. Patrick's Temperance Society met latt ulgbt at Carroll Institute Hill nud M latpely nttct.dcd. Tho ptoranimo tsnsvcry enurinluin?, embracing plauo solos, by I'rof. Currier and Misstlrnclc Mcuchl, rccttutlons by Messrs. 1' ('. llnsmer nnd Chas, Mllllgan. It was announced that the tin mini election of of llccrs w ill take placo next Sunday crcnln;. Aflern cryihort lllueo In this city, Oracle G. Mmycr, tlio ouiiKet daughter ol Itcpre tcnlatito JohnG. atsscr,or Albion, N.Y.,dlcd ou the Utb lnlant. The remains were carried to Albion by her parents, u hero they arrived on the l-'tli Instant. Many hearts hero mid thocnttho shadowed homo wilt remember them it ltl sincere sympathy, as they tenderly lay their treasure) lu tho lonely cemetery of her native city. A largo and enthusiastic meeting of the South Washington Early Closing Ai'ociatlon was held yesterday nrtcruoonat No Ml l'ojr nnd n-bali street southucst. It was decided to Issue an nppenl to the public not to do any shopping In tho stores of South Washington niter b p.m.' nlso to request tho ministers of South Washington to ndvlso their congrega tions of this action, A vote of thanks was ten dered to Mr. Anlcr for tho u,o ot his store for the meetings of tho association. Srr Important change of advertisement, Na tional ltluk. Tlio Handsomest Itcsort In tlio District. Mr. Geo. W. Driver's new place, next to tho Metropolitan Hotel, is a favorite resort for members of Congress, business men, nud Journalists Mr. Driver is acknonlcdgcdto hate tho tuott recherche resort In tba city. He Is the only dealer In America hiving thu gen uluo old kllllklnlck tobacco. It is twenty tbico years old, being made belore adultera tlonsln tobacuo wiro knontt'or thoujht of. Drlicr's S-ccnt cigar has no sucrlor. Mr. Drlter keeps only the recognised leading brands or cigars and tho finest of liquors. Too choicest lunch in tho city Is served to guests at the refreshment table. A description ol Mr. Driver's resort nnd Its surroundings vt ould oulv be Inadequate, but this much can be said -that It Is the finest establishment ofltsklud In the city. We assure our readers that a call on Mr. Drltcrwill amnlr be repaid. You will And him genial nnd pleasant, nnd, If. you wish to purchase, you will procuro nothing but tho lch. I'ap.ties paying a visit to tho capital cart hat o moro comfort and attention for tho money nttho Hotel Arno, Sixteenth street, between I nnd K northwest, than can be obtained at any other hotel. Every thing Is new and complete at this establishment. I'rom Wedlock tn Wedlock nnd Hick Acnln. Justice Cox on Saturday directed a decree to bo drawn dtsorclng Henry Mason ' from lie becra Mason. The parties wcro married In this District March II, 1872, Iter maiden name being Itcbccca Wedlock, and It would seem that she only left one wedlock to enter another: the last one not having turned out well, sho now has tho prlvllego of returning to tho for mer. Tho couple lived together until 18S0, but lolled to dlscotcr that happiness supposed to exist In manled lire, and sho abandoned hus band and homo lu lbTs, but made thedcsertlon complete lu tho year nbovo stated. Sho was not heard of until n year later, when It was as ccrtalncd that sbo was residing in Providence, ILL It seems that one ol tho objections tn re maining here was that sho was very fond of men's society, bad then at tho house during her husband's nbence. and to bo tree from nil rcrtralut she concluded to quit his roof and go elsewhere. IMnTicscanhavo every luxury at the Hotel Arno, Sixteenth street, between ljuid K north west, ana will bo charged only for meals takon in tho house. The hotel is tho most thoroughly equipped for every comfort, nud tho charges reasonable. O. 1'. .Morion l'oat X'nlr. The following contributions to tho lair of O. 1", Morton Post, No. 4i which opens at their brill, corncrof Sixth undo streets northwest, this evening, bao been made through tho chairman of the fair committee: Cash, S3; fieorgo F. T, Cook, SI: L. II. Schneider & bon, is, Frederick Douglass, Hj E. M. Hewlett, SI; N. II, Prentice, SI, Lunsburgh A Hro,, orna mental bronti candlcs'lcks and mantel orna ments, J. C. Parker, fancy stationery; Julius I unsburgh, Turkish rugs: Saks A Co.. hand some satin smoking Jacket; Gcorgs Ilrcltbartu, parlor chair; s. Oppeuhclmer,scwlng machine: W. I,. Mel'crott. uscof piano during fair; M, W. llcscrldco, fancy crockery: A. l.lsncr, faney articles; William llallantyno & Son, chrnmo; Charles llauni, ornamental clock, William Ormc'a Sou's, 4 barrel of Hour; Uscmau llro.s, boy's suit. Snr Important cbango ol advertisement, Na tional Itlnk dipt. Oyster Keslgns. Copt. Oyster, of tho National ltlllc, tendered Ids resignation at tho last meeting of that or ganlzatlou, w hich was accepted. Capt. Oyslcr has been in poor health. Lieut. George- V. ans withdrew his resignation, Tho oillco of in siicclornnd chief or stnlT was then created, mid Lapt. Oyster w us elected to tho same, retain ing him on tho nctlto Hit, At tlio next meet ing tbo olliccs of ordunnce, engineer, paymas ter, Judgo advocate and adjutant, with tho rank ol first lieutenant, will bullllcd. A report prepared by a special commtttco giving a com plete company record o I u ery past and present member wa accepted by tbo company. A Htlcr of thanks was received from Mr. Fred. Ilrnckct, promoter of the miles' trip to Liko Mluuetcnka for tho clegaut testimonial nnd tllvimct given htm by the coinpiuy. TAnTir-s wanting elegant apartments, where they will bo charged only for meals taken, should call nttho 1 ton 1 Aruo,sls:tccuth street, between 1 und K streets norihwo't. Every thing new And Ilrst class Location couvculcut to uptown hotels and theaters. Si'imlor CiiIijiiIICm Talk, -enaior Colquitt talked lo a full house nt tho oung Men's Christian Association rooms cs urduy nftcruonii. moit of his auditors being vuiuig nun. He ciinuncndcd tho purpose of tho Young Men's Christian Association und said Hint It all parents knew that tbcli sons wire nt such Institutions they would bo con untrd He said that a ) oung lunn's lirst Men In omlug to a big city was to begin drinking und Indulrlnz In other foolish Accesses, ns tn thuin ibis was mcuiary tn be looked upon us men. Vimtoiis desiring elegant accommodations; should (all nnd seo thoso oilercd at tbo Hotel Aino, oncblbik train I.afiyctlo Eiiunre. This hntito Is sttnin heated nnd uowly furnished tbtiiiighout (American and European plan); prices reasonable. Miirrliigo I.KciiscK, Tl.c following innrrl.ig.c licenses liaroliccn I nnd' John Slcphcnson nnd Frances Slasscy, i.dvsln II. Ilnnlctt and Annie Siuntry, Nathan lil Diitson and Kllu J. Ilnbluson, both oi Maunton. Va ; llenjiimln Ilurr nnd Laura V, 1 ci'klvy, boih ol' Ucor.'ctonn, 1). (',: James T. i-prlglith y and Jllunlo.schul, John C. lteppert, iiftlils city, and .Margaret J. l'liuilull, of 1'rliico i, coigo county, Md. Tlio Army 1111110111 Corpm. In icsponsoto the writ of habeas corpus, 1 1 p. Gibson, lulled States army, on Htturd ly induced Frank A. Esmond and Jamoi Mr i,olrl.tho two men recently bmugbt'bick i-oni tbo Albany penitentiary, nhero they had 1 u n h nti need 111x1:1 convlrilon by court.jnar. mil 'Ihcrcspoudi'iit not belni icady 10 pro rted, tbo liearluj was postponed for a vvoeu. Till! COUHT ItlXOlll). Court In General Term-Chief Justice Cart tcr nnd Justices Cox and Merrick. Assign ment for to-uny-Nos. M, ill, 19. W), 89, !, oil, in, 101, IIW, 10, 10JJ, 13, i3, 20, 57, n, 17, nud M. ( Ircult t'ontt Justlco Ilogner. Wheatlcy v. Claj ton: motion ior Judgment overruled. Shaplelgh vs. Hcrzog; Judgment by default. Dtttrlcli vs. Whiting: Judgment for plalnllu. Goldman A Cohen vs. Scllnger; Judgment by default, Cliaudlcr vs, McMlonaeli demurrer In declaration sustained In part nnd leave lo plead. Fisher vs. McMlcbael; demurrer sus tnlued In part and leave lo amend. Dlgelow vs. Hill; demurrer sustained and exceptions Inlen. Manl llron. s, Jionefaut; replication stricken out nnd Icavo given to plead or ile mur, Ovcrbnck vs. Hcrndou; security for costs. Schneider vs. Smith (two cases); motion to set aside service granted. Shlnman vs. Magarity; motion for new trial denied, llrooks vs. Slew art 1 Judgment below nfllrmcd. Assign ment for to-day Nos. 40, 51,0.1,101,105,107, 1CX. 171, 172, 173, 171, l',J, nnd 170. Lqiilly Court Justlco Cox. James v. Vox; contribution by guardian ordered. Dackcn hclmcr vs. llackenhelmcr; thirty days allowed to talc testimony. Chafcovs. Illatchford; com mission to tako testimony In Providence, H. L. ordered to iuc. Frcy vs. Dean; leavo granted to omend bill. Ncwcombe vs. Hankers and Merchants' Telegraph company! receiver dl. rccicu 10 pay expenses, clc. urceu vs, urucu; reference to the nudltor. Jlurpny vs. (loneste; rule on l'xomiucr Wm. II. Smith rrnntod. Cross vs. Hlllrord; order making Thos. Taylor and ltolsrt Unr parties complainant. In ro estate of Thomas Caton; decrcoof conveyance granted, Inquisition confirmed, and Klixa futon appointed committee. In ro cstato or Wcllha A. Emmons: inquisition conllrmed, and Samuel P. l.mmons appointed committee. Mason vs. Maon; divorce granted. Assign, ment for to-day-Nos, U, 1 1. 10. 17, 1 J, 19, 20, 22, 23, nnd 21, CrlmlnnlCotirt Justice MacArthur. Assign ment for to-dav It. Duller Mahono, assault with Intent to kill: fieorgo W. Mantz, receiving stolen property islx casc-0, James Motcn and John .U,hnon. osnult to kill (two coiesi. Wm. Ijvngley and Henry I: Candler, passing coun terfeit money: Joseph llenm, nssntllt lo kill; John Noonnn, assault to kill. A triple sourco of happiness a good busi ness, n contented mind, and u bottle 0! Dr, Hull's, Cough syrup. Ilnpo for tins IllitcuuniKCil. How many thcro are who hnvestiircrcd from r.eivoiivnlltcllons.wholiiivo tried every means for tellef. who liavo sought physicians aid In vain' These can taku new hope nud fresh courage. Alter doctors decoctions comes n pleasant teller In Dr. Henley's now prep tr.i Hon, the combination of Celery, Deer, and Iron. These nro tho great trcngthoneri. Cehry Is one of the great nervines of tho world, urei supplies muscic. nun iron is miu ui iui prlnclpnl constllui nts of the blood.w liteh glvos the red corpuscles Ihcir color. Those throo comllncd male a trio which nothing cau equal. 'J he bloom of south, evinced by the rosy check or restored health, Is duototho Iron; the solid tlcsh which enables one to stand Intlgue Is duo to tho Hcd: and tho Oil cry supplies llio nervous strength. Dr. Hen ley ' pi raratlon consolidates the oxtractsol each 01 these, nud Its marvelous cllects aro teen every day, and tcslliledto not only by patients, but by their physicians Supplied bj nil druggist'. Tlio Tost of n flood Wire. A parly of gentlemen c omlug over rrom. New York n few days ago In n sleeper, nnd not re tiring until alatc hour or tho night, became very communlcntlvo relative to family affairs. One of them remarked . "I havo been married Just tweuty-lbrco years to-day, nnd I tolcj my wife that I was Just getting acquainted vvilh her. 1ho fact Is, gentlemen, tlio way to test a wiro Is to glvo her UIS.00O ono year for pin money, nnd then a nickel for the next year; II she stnnds that, I vv 111 bo hanged If she Is not u thoroughbred." Kl.rcANi steam-heated suites, with private rarlor, nt tbo Hotel Arno, Sixteenth street northwest, ono block from Lafayctto square, w Ith meals served on tho European plan. First class in all its appointments. Tlio I.tlilcs of Conservatism. The subject for discussion beforo tho Ethical Society yesterday afternoon was "Conserva tism," which developed Interesting thoughts, show lng tho manner In which tho speakers be lieved human progress could be made most cllccllvcly. The discussion was opened bv-a reading Iroin tbo essays of Emerson by llaurlao l'ccliln, president or tho society. On next Sunday John L. McCrury will read a paper upon "The Survival nud Transformation of Ancient Myths." Titr. Hotel Arno. Sixteenth street northwest. one block from Lafayette Bquarc, is tho most elegant ilttcu private hotel this side of New York, nnd the prices aro lower for tho accom modations than can bo obtained In Washing ton. (3 per gallon, 73 cents a quart bottle. No. 1 Ityo Whisky, best in tlio world ror tho money, nt McGcc's, Ninth street, near D. l'leuscd Willi Ills Obituary. Nicholas Sanderson, whose obituary notloe was published In the Mir Saturday and re copied Into the Sunday papers, says ho Is much pleased w ith the general tenor of tho remarks, but be thinks It was a trlllc premature, and that ho is a rather lively corpse Just at present. In fact he hones to be out of tho hospital lu a few days. Mr, Sanderson Is well-known lu East Washington, nnd Is tbo fatlicr-lu-buv of ex-Trcasurcr Wyman. Look hero upon this picture nnd on that: Ono a happy boy dancing and Jumping with his Utile friends; tho other bent vv 1th suflcrlug and lain. The happy child's mother uses Salvntlou Oil. All druggists sell It ntt-i cents n bottle. . II. A' O. It. lt.-Spcclnl Notice In order to accommodato tho increased travel on tbo 11. & O, It, U. between Washing, ton nud Indianapolis, tho company Is nowrun tilngu through sleeper between these points, .curing hero dally at 3 p. in,, arriving next day at Indianapolis 11:1") a.m., time, tvventy-ono hours. Secure your tickets nud sleeping oar accommodations nt II. .V: 0. ticket oillces, 019 nnd 1MI 4'cnnsylvanla avenue, and 6tallon, corner C street and New Jersey avenue. Niiir FviizioATioira, Co. AWOItK Or HISTORICAL IMPORTANCE THE PEACE OFl'TItECHT, AND THE l'lllNCII'AL KYENTS 01' THE WAll OF THE "SPANISH SL'CCES'.ION." 11Y JAMES W. GERARD. 8v. (loth extra, SJ. "The author has made a study of the mo mentous events lending up to that famous com pile t, and the result Is u unrrativo quite us ro mantle ux 11 tulcof lldlou. and lu every vvuyns entertaining." Chttntio lletvbl. "Mr.Geiurd bus opened up a mlnenf histori cal wealth, whlih will bo 11 revelation to many who havi1 been iKiuslnmcd tn regard them Mhes as UioroucliH acquainted Willi lliesub Jtd." Dilioll Ficc first. "Mr. Gerard bus made n careful study ofthat rnmnnitnus period which cln-ed Willi the nlgn ot I.ouls XI V nnd Queen Anno, of which the I'cik 0 or Ulrcc lit vv as tho political culmina tion; and ho has prevented the results or his valuable rcH'nu lies lu such n forcible and at tractive stylo that renders or every cla.s will become familiar with the subject. ' .iiiw;lnc of. Imci frail IHetoqi, "The author hns given In this woik an ex ceedingly valuable und Impartial contribution lo our hMorlc nl lltciatiire, and 0110 that can be rend with bltasiucund prollt, not only by the stiuHntoflilsltiry and International law, but by the general render. " Xew Vnrt H'w.11. "'Inking 1111 ono of the most dliucult periods of history, Mr. Gonad lias brought dourly bo ron' the student nil thu various phases of the Spanish succession. One (an hardly help mnriilllug ou tbo action of the statesmen and soldiers of tho'O cvcutlul limes, und Mr. (lirnrd's speculations on the ruling motives of these men nro not among the least Interesting iHiitlousof this hbtiiry." Stir lint Titan. FiirnilcbvllKENTANO 111103. AND ROD LRT 11EAI.L, lvnus.lvnnlii avenue. G. 1'. I'lTl .NAM'S bO.NS, Now York nnd L011. doiij inhl0-w.f,m-7t TWENTY YEARS OF CONGRESS, JAMES 0. ULAINE. Wc take great pleasure lit nnnotmchi'; tho mi nnd volume of this celebrated work Onlers loi both volumes illicit piomplly, oitiri'iNO a iiotviu.r,, s Southern Agent-, mhll-Ct 022 nnd CJ1 r st. N. V. BLANK BOOKS. 75 Sliatles Colored Tissue Paper. Red Cedar Carpet Lining. 3E3. 3Eoa:a:Isori.'s l'AI'ER WAUEIlOOal!, una and HU7 D Street northwest, UiTs-w BooS3 1 Military Law. 2 vols. Ily Lieut. Wluthrop, United Slates Reports. Vol. 111. Onus l'robandl. Ily Bailey. My Religion. Ily Tolstoi. .hoMammall. Jly Schmidt, Tho Aliens. Jly Loyall. Wo Two. ily Loyall. Kvcry-Day Religion, Jly Clarke, l'ulroclus and l'cnclopo. Ily Dod.'c, Domestlcus. Jly Ilullcr. Tho largest nssortmcut of Stationery nnd IllauU Hooks lu the city. WM. H. MORRISON, 170 rilNVA.AVIl.Mli:. GEO. W. DRIVER, incs, Liooflis, n"4 -itrAAA lino Old ItlonoRrnm Ityo, Kcnlucky nnd Tennesson Sour Mash Whiskies. l'lno Selection of llrnndles, Shorrlos, nnd oilier Imported Goods. Missouri Itolsllnfr nnd l'uro Clrape Julco Port Wine, $1.3(1 per callon. Sweet nnil Dry Cntnwba, Sjery fine, $1 per gallon. All tho Gcnntno Old Kltlklntclc Smok Idr Tobacco hi existence, 7oc per pound, feolil only nt IllllVint'N, Also tlio best fl-cont ClRnr In Wash ington. I'uro Imporlcd liny Ititm,fi0c nnd $1 per bolllo, $t per Kiillon. IMegantly nppolnleil Samplo Jtooms alliuhed. 605 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, AOjolnltiff 3fo1rnplltnti llntrl " tui five La ?" "Tho vidottoa of Tun GoT.nnx Ji.wi.i: Ci.oTinxa Co.ur.isv fool ing tho -way for tho advanoo of tho wholo lino." Tho "vidottoa" consist of a su porb assortment of Spring Ovor ooato in all tho fashionable shados, and ranging in prioo from 58 to f30 ovory garmont cut nnd mado with caro and at tention to dotall. Wo novor looso sight of tho fact that an inoxpon sivo garmont, proporly shaped and "a fit," Is far proforablo to tho moat costly matorlal poorly mado and without "snap" or tono. Knowing from tho oxporionoo of a lifotlme how important it lo to bo ab'roast of tho times, wo havo scoured a magnlflcont stock of Gontlcmon's, Youths', Boys', and Ohlldrons' Spring Clothing, of tho cholcoob pattorus, lu tlio lntoBt styles, and of cxoluslvo and original doslgns. Buying largely, and for cash alone, wo nro onabled to soil flno goods at popular prlcos. Thoso wo shall submit for your inspootlon and approval long beforo tho first palo primrose) of tho coming spring appoars. Our Boys' and Children's Do partmont has rocolvod from us tho attention it dosorvos. Kncvv ing, as wo do, how particular mothors aro (and ought to bo) that thoir ohlldron should bo fashionably dressed, wo havo sparod no pains to satisfy tho most hypororitical. Our modium and hoavy wolght goods aro still for salo at groatly rcducod pricos. The Golden Eagle CLOTIIIXG COMPANY, N. W. Cornor 7th and D Stroota J. M. GRADY, Mnnagor, ALL BLUE SIGNS.) H. F.WOODARD & CO. US N. Y. Ave., nonr 15th St. Just leeched from Europe, ri ll'xl ll'l For Sjiring and Summer Wear. Youi early Inspection Is earnestly solicited. H,F. WOODARD & GO. piIOT O-ENGRAViNO. Ifnvlng reecnlly Filled up a NIOTO-ENUKAVINO KSTAIILISIIMLNT In connection with my Patent Process 1 am prepared to lurnlsn ILLUSTRATIONS TOR NEWSPAPERS AT bUORT NOTICE. MAURICE JOYCE, 418 Eleventh Street Northwest. T? BUItaDORF, LIVERY AND HALE BTAULKH, Coupes an! Carriages of all styles, Drivers In flnt-chits livery, Nos, 41B ityo 120 Eioiini Biain N, W,, Wasuisoiok, D 0, Tsltrhons Call, ac-G-. ?.7-lr TT-EYESACO,, WILLAItD'9 HOTEL SrABLES, Corner I'outtcenlh and D Strecls Northwest, flS-Branch Oillco at tho Arlluglon. Auburn Spring Water The King of Table Waters. For Sale in Barrels and Oases at the Washing ton Depot of the Auburn Mineral V7ater Co., No. 341 Pennsylvania Avonuo. FOR SALE, RETAIL, AT IUOGS HOUSE. WILLAIID'S HOTEL. NATIONAL HOTEL. HOUSE KESTAUHANT. HKEW'S PHARMACY, Otli nnd HICKLING'S PJLVK3IA01', 310 Pennn. nvc. Ponnn.nvo. J.T. TKEGO, 1313 Pcnnn. nvo. THE DOKftANCE, 9331) st.N.W S.GASSEKllEIUFilt.Gtlist.nnil HUGH ,T. FEGAN, 305 Dili si. Pcnnn. nvc. N. W. P. P. IANNE110NE, 1215 F St. CASASSA S: CO., 1313 E SI. N. IV. N. Yi THE SILVER QUESTION, The tights of the Incident to appoint, tho strikes, Iho early-dosing movement, nud A. Kaufman's Combination nro agitating tho minds of the public nt present. OUR CASE Is debated In every home, tlio silver tntostlon Is n settled fact ns to our establishment-J't't bring It with you (we menu tho silver); tho rights of tho President tn nppolut litis disap. pointed n great many that is somclhlng wo have never liccn guilty of, disappointing our ciislomirs; Iho early-closing movcmentdldiiot worry us (we signed to dose nt 7 p.m. from April 1), nnd the only time that w o know any thing about strikes Is when uc nro struck by our eiistomcis for new Short Ends but wo END THAT nt once by complying with their vv Mies. FIRST ARRIVAL -01 NLW- Spring Short Lengths. The ball has begun to roll nnd wo shall en deavor to keep it lu u continuous motion tliroiiRhmil the season. 1 case of new Spring Dress Prints, short cuds, 3jc. 1 case of Unbleached Cotton, short ci.iK.I'f", 1 case of yard wide Unblenched Cotton, short ends, lie. 2 cases of 5( Salines, new sprlugstyles, Dc. MO yards of runilluro l'rlnl, short ends, 1 case of very fine yard vv Idc Uubleachcd Cotton, short cnd, GJvJ.'. 2cnsesof DiissdliiBhams, short ends, lJc. j put up same as our last season's I jiwns, TOO yards or Check Nainsook, short ends, 7Jc. 1 000 yards of Genuine Indln Linens, a lots, nt 7, X, nnd '.'Ci Just nt ouc-half the price from the piece. 1 cao or extra heavy Tlluo Denims, short ends, fcc.i they nre the heaviest quality of Amti-hcPs good-. LHXIyanls or Cream nnd Whllo Nun's Veil lng, short cuds, nt lie; buy them now; they w 111 lie hard lo get late r. SCO ynnls of Cienm, White, nnd Palo Illuo Albatross, short ends, 12J..C.; these colors lire scarce und the iitmllty unexcelled, SIX SPECIALS. 10 gross of Ladles' Colton Handkcrcltlcfc, fancy borders, warranted fust colore, 3c. '..row Crcpo Llsso Rue hlng, tie per yard. 2.1 dozen ucnllcmeu's New Spring Tcck and iniiTScarrs, 17e. Men's L'uluundcred Tercale Shirts, with col lars, 29c. 2 roll rail! Busllc, something entirely new, 290. our Celebrated 3-Dultou Orpheus Kid Gloves, 4fo. A. KAUFMAN'S DOUBLE Combination Store, 1241-1243 Eleventh St. S, E,' noNiT.n or short lenotiis. OUR Take notice, tho last Mark-Down o( this Sea bouat King's Palace, 811 SI.V1.NTII STIlUnT N. TV., WILL TERMINATE IN A FEW DAY3. Our cntlro stock of Chlldrons', misses', and Ladles' Trimmed and Untrlmmcd Hals at 2ic. Your choice. Also balanco ol Childrcns' and Ladles' Cloaks will bo slaughtered prleo uo object to make room for our extensive stock of Spring Wraps,Yisitos & Jersoys Which wc will display on TUESDAY, MARCH 2, Together with an elegant assort ment of SPRING MILLINERY Consisting ol a choice lino ot llalH, Flow cm, Itlblious, Laces, Tins, riiinics, AT OUR USUAL LOW PRICES, have your money by buying at KING'S PALACE, 814 si.vr.NTii STitni.T N.yf. SAM'LSHEDD Gas Flxturos I Qaa Flxturoo I Slato Mantols, Latrobos, Ranges, Furnaoos, Plumbing and Tinning; 400 ninth"street N. W. MOUNT VERNON I MOUNT VERNONI MOUNT VERNON Bteamer W. W. CORCORAN Lures 7lb st. Wharf dally (except Bunds,) ror MOUNT VERNON, AtlOo'lxlca. ni.ireturnlnr, ruche Wasolnrton about U.'-Jjp, m, I New Department The Bon Marche HOSIERY! l.xtra Values this Wcok nt The Eon larche, Infants' Hosiery ! The Bon larche. Children's Hosiery ! The Bon larche. Mies' Hosiery ! The Bon larche. Men's Hosiery! The Bon larche. HOSIERY! latest Styles nud Lowest Trices Rt TheBonMarche 316-318 Seventh Street N.W. TAILORS. 'sWsVMSV-rV -W- A-.--- FALL AND WINTER, 1885-'6, Saitlngs, Ovcrcoalings, and Trouserings OF MY OWN IMPORTATIONS, OPEN FOR THE INSPECTION OF ALL, Gentlemen who are desirous of being well and artistically dressed can bt gratified by leaving tlielr orders at the srell known Im porting and Tailoring Establishment of H. D. BARR, 1111 PENNSYLVANIA AVENDE, LAIIES'GOOV3. MISS ANNIE E, HUMPHREY, 4110 TENTH STREET ft, W MAKES CORSETS TO ORDER, In every style and material, and guarantees perfect (It and com Tort. ner specialties are French Hand-made Under. clothing, Merino Underwear, and Finest Imported Hosiery, Patent Bhonlder Braces and all Dress Reform Goods, French Corsets and Bustles, Children's Cor. sets, and a Ono Hollar Corset (Miss U.'s own make) tliti for the price Is unsurpassed. N. U. l'rendi, Ouniau, and Hpanlsh spoken, I'SI! Cllltl.S, STl.ItLINO, MIKM.OLA, GILT I.IHlII, or (lOLDUN HILL FLOUR, And you will always havo Beautiful llrcad, Rolls, nud lUscults. Wbolcsalo Depot, corner First street and Indi ana avenue. WM. M. GALT & CO. I'Vurjx.r Suvi'Liiis. GUINNIP'S, 401 and 406 Sovonth Stroot. Great Clearing Sales ! Wo aro oflbring our ontiro stock of Ladios' Winter Qarmonts, consisting of Olotli, Silk, Volvot, and Plush, at loss than ono-half fornior pricos. Spocial Bargains in Ladios' and Childron's Under wear, Hosiory, Blaukols, and Housekeeping Liuons. IE3etxl-3r Spxirug: Q-ood.s. Full supply in ovory Department, onibraoing tho latost Foroign and Doniostlo Novoltios. GREAT DRIVE IN MEN'S AND BOYS' LAUNDERED SHIRTS. Our Eemnant Countor is full of vory dosirablo Odds and Ends at Calamitous Prices. GUINNIP& SEVENTH THE HOTEL. ARNO, Sixteenth Street, between I'and K N. W., near Lnfuyolto Srin-iro, Is new, complete, elegant, steam-heated, and luxuriously furnished. The truest comfort and most careful attention promised. American and European plan. Prices from $s to $3 per day, according to location. The cheapest rates for the accommodation in the city of Washington. I g.vmwj mwmjpwj; -"Copyright 1680.) THE VERY BEST Trunks and Traveling Goods IN THE CITVI AT MOST H13A80XABLE rillOliS, AT TOPHAM'S MANUFACTORY ! 1231 l'cimsylvanla Ayenuo Northwest. WE ARE DELIVERING CRUSHED COKE to any part of Wasliington or Goorgotown, at tho rato $3.70 for 40 Bnshols, and $2.50 for 25 Bushols; and COKE NOT CRUSHED 40 Busliola for $2.90. 25 Bushols for $2,00. ORDERS PROMPTLY PILLED. Washington Gaslight Company, Tenth Street, near D Northwest, COIV1PANY STREET. So we, all say, but we don't all mean the same thing. Most ol us want to live in quiet and let others live also, but wc like to "have our say." Just now our say is about Spring Clothing ! And we are anxious to show you our new styles of OR OLT. NEW AND ELEGANT LINE OP Spring Overcoats ! Exclusive Slrles of These Gooili. Hew CoYort Coats Received Saturday. E.B.Barnum&Co. 031 reiina. Avcnuo. J 'zxmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm