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' v w.mmwmmMmMi l j TfiaiUHTM iupsuwp WTaWlft THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING. APIUL 13, 1886. Tho largosb assortment I havo over shown, lnoludlug tho groat cst varloty of flno handlos. Plain, Strlpod, and Embroldor cd Pongoo Parasols. Laco-trlmmod Ponsoo ParaBOls. All colors In Ohangoablo Bilk Parasols. All styles Fonoy Strlpod. Para sols. Black, Whlto, and Groam Laos Parasols. Beaded Oronadlno Parasols. Tan Laoo Parasols. Llnod Black and Pla'n Colqrod Satin Paranoia Mourning and Light Mourning Parasols. Ohlldron'B Parasols. Carriage) Parasols. ETAHIHES AHDCAHYAS CLOTH?. bi:aton fuiuiy, (Successor to Terry & Brother), NOVKI.T1E8 IK lUroilTKD ALL WOOL irtAMlNKS AND I'ANVAS CLOTIIS IN 1II.ACK. lVOUV. Ci:.VM, AND ALL TUB MAY BPRIKa SHADES. ..,.. AN FAUI.Y INSl'I CTION IS ROHCITF.D, AS TIHh TAMIICS AUK IN GllEAT DE MAND, lONHKlUCNTI.Y Till: ASdOIlT JI1.M H Vt I 1,1, SOON UK IlItOK KN. NOVEl.Tll-S IN DIINTKIXK LAINE3. NEW SCOTCH CHEVIOTS AND HOME SPUNS. IMMENSEABSOrtTMENTOFNEW FRENCH 1)1113 EAMUCS KOK PLAIN AND COMBI NATION hurrs, iianuinu fbom COO TO U 1'JJlYAilU. . .. ,...- NEW l'LAI AKIJ MUimr.u iniu.oii,tv3 IN Oltr.A T VAKIhTY, AT 1, 81.23. AND 81 60. "EXlltA OOOD VALUES" IN HUilAIH, RltADAULS. AND UKOS GRAIN SILKS, 1 KOM 75c to i3M l'FIl YARD. , . NOVELTIES JN 1ILACK BEADED SILK NLf TVUbTED BILK ORENADINE3 AND IlNU'u!n'E AND ECRU EMBROIDERED KOHES AT LOWliT PRICKS. LMIIROinntED INDIA PONGEE ROBES. NEW iMl'OK TtD JACKETS AND JE1WEYS. ALL THE LATEST AND MOST AI'I'ROVKD bTYLLS IN PARASOLS, SUN UMBRELLAS, AND CARRIAGE SILMllS. "KXCLrSIVESTi'LES-INFINESTrRENClI PAT111K8 MAY ENGLISH AND TRENCH WHITE C r XTRr ME NOVELTIES" IN ANDERSON'S fCOTCII ZfcPIIYK jro-PLAIN FIGURES AND CORRFCT PRICES. SEATON PERRY, rnuiY building, PENNSYLVANIA AVKNIIK, CORNER 9TB. ST. ESTABLISHED 1M9. . JUST RECEIVED. A CARLOAD OF OUR Imitation Qanogany Chamber Suites, (Bevel Gloss nnd Brass Candelabra!,) Which wo aro selling AT $29. 75. 11LST YAI.U15 EVKB OUTKllltD. Carpets and All Floor Coverings AT COST riUOK. W. H. HOESE'S, 801 Market Space, 308-310 8th St- GEO. W. DRIVER, Winos, Liquors, Cigai &c. rlno Old MonoBTnm Ityo, Kentucky nnd Tennessco Sour Masli tTltlaklos, Flno Selection of llrandica, Sliorrlos, nnd othor Imported tiqods Missouri Itclallng nnd l'uro Orapo Julco Tort TYIne, 1.2U jier gullon. Swcot nnd Dry Cutuvfba, ory flue, 91 jicr gallon. AH the Oonulno Old KIIlhlnIclcmolt Ing Tobacco in existence, 78o per pound, bold only nt DItlVEU'S. Also tho best C-cout Olgnr la Wash ington. l'uro Imported liny Ilnni, COo nnd $1 per bultlo, $1 per Ballon. lileRUntly nppolnlud Sumplo Rooms nttaclicd, 605 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, Adjoining Metropolitan Ilotol. Good News I Good News! G-oocL 3STe-w"S -l'EOM- Grogan's Installment flonso For all In need of Furniture, Oarpetii Mom, and jjouse-rurniBiuuB uwu. in Kruerni, m no oae need be without a vsll.furnl.Ued horn taeniae Ifouse-furnlshliig Uoods In geuerftl, n.il ba nlthout a vsll.furnl.Ued ho tliey have not got tha cash to spare. Three years ago we started the only (lire) Install ment House In the City of Washington, and during that time tre bare sold goods to more than 11, out) customers, and our knowledge of who are trust worthy, and who are not, gained by experience, coupled with our success, has been such that we are no euahled to offer eitraordlaary Inducements to our customers and the public Iu general. Y are determined to jenoe iu high prices, aud will sell GOODS ON INSTALLMENTS Aa Cheap as Tliey Can lie Uoaght Else where for Cash nd we make this extraordinary offer thit castom en can make thtt own terms In regard to p ny me uti. Lome ami tee tU Largett Htore In the Unite! States. Come fitnl se tbe largest and Most Varied Btock towleclfrom. Come after tou bare ported rnureelree on price fcud tertui eUewheie, nd we wilt guarantee you that OliOdAN'S INSTAMiMrAT I10USK (the Old Mat), Ou Now Vorh Avutie, between I3tli nnd 14th fitrocts N. W Is the rises you wrra looking for. Come and be con vluced that what we say are facts aud no Uilmbug. We repeal, toui aud xuaka your own teruu-at GRO0AN'S. Tlin SMALL- THINGS OP A DAT. Allnor Occurrences In nnd About that Cltr Drlollr Vat. Tooth filling mado painless by trio uso of cocilne by B.T. Mason, dentist, 2U l'our-aud-ahnlf street northwest Mr, John R. Rom, of Baltimore, n yestct day admitted to the District bur. Dr. Ileyhurn. president of tho Washington Microscopical fjoclcly, will nddross tho society to-night on "Life In tho Waters" on thooccoslon of their second nnnual solroo nt tho IIU" School building. Tho wilt of tho Into Samuel V. Noye, flloil yettcrday In tbo register's oillce, loaves tho property of tbo .deceased to bis wlfo In trust or their thnqchlldrco. Au Indictment win presented yotorday by ic ernnd lury ncalmt Charles Harrli, charg rnndjury against Im with tho loi ing him villi tho larceny .of a watch aud chain from E. A. Eaton. The District commissioners havo refined tho Western Union Telegraph Cwrnpanyjperml.slon to rcptato their lino of poles on 0 street bo tween Scrciith nnd Fifteenth streets. A tno-story framo building known as tho Fort House, on thaffrmcu road, occuplodby William Butler, wn destroyed by flro ntnoon ) cstcrdoy. Total lost, JMOi no liuuranco. J. Vanea Lewis, tho commission broker, has removed his placo of business to tho quartors formerly occupied by tho l'cnslon Azcncy in tnis cuy m wo i iron ouuuing. Mrs. Jano I'. Weir complains that hot hus band, James 8. Wclr, Is addicted to lntcmoer anco and treats her cruelly, and, through her solicitor, Charles A. Walter., tbo ac-allcs for divorce. Owen Taylor, colored, was convicted In tho criminal court yesterday of breaking Into tho housoof Jcnnlo Stoddard and sent to Albany for llvo years, A second caso against him was dismissed. Tho following marrlago licenses navo boon Issued: Darius Taylor nnd Carrto D. Grant, Turner Harrison and Mary Timbers, both of Faurinlcr county. Va. Oconto R. Vtetrctl, of Philadelphia, and Virginia Caldwell, of this city. 'William Coleman was chargM In tbo nollco court yesterday with nsnuilt with Intent to kill John Ccpbos Saturday night by cuUIurr him nllhaLulfc. Colemnu was held to await tho result or Cephos's Injuries, which aro consid ered serious. A labor meeting will bo hold at tho National Rules' Armory Wednesday evening, to bo ad dressed by aeorgo E. O'Ncll, representative of the U.A., Knights of Labor, lie foro Congress, and several senators and moinbars of Conuress. Hon, John J. O'Neill, chairman of tho House labor committee, will preside. Z.odRe Meetings To-Night Tho following lodges meet to nUht at tho places named t Masonic Federal. Masonlo Tomnle: Do Mo. lay Commnndcry, Mrtsonlu Temple, Ac tela, No. 18. Mnsonla 'J icmpic; I'oioinao ji implc; Potomao ItoyalArcb, No.8,0eorgclown 1. 0. 0. 1 .Washington, No. 0, 1 Hall; Golden Rule, No :i, Odd K V 11 QlniirS Vrt ? LnnmiMnflri Odd Fellows' Fellows' Hill, l . v. Biuart, rin. ,, incnmpiacni, ouu ret lows' Hall: Oobrisbt Association of KletrODOlls Lodge, No. HI, Mooro's Hall, Ninth street. Knights of Pythias Decatur, No. 9, High street, Georgetown: Excelsior, No. II, Penn sylvania acnuo and Ninth sircot northwost; (icrmanla. No. 15, an Slxtn street northnesti occasla, ,Na IS, C03 Sixth stroct northwest; Webster, No. 7, Vernon Hall, Now York ave- nuo anil ovenm street unrtnwest, I O. or It. Anncostln Tent, No, lt3, Hayne's Hall, Anacoatla: Capitol Tent, No. 83, Mc Caulcy'a Unll, 03 Pennsylvania avcuuo south cast, Saltation On., tho celebrated American remedy, la guaranteed to euro rhounutiirn, sore throat, snelllngs, brultcs, burns, and froit bite?, l'rlco only Vt cents a bottle. Conspicuous Advertising. Tho prhllego of covering with advertise ments Iba panels recently put In Hco In Cen ter Market will bo sold at auction this evauliu nt 1 30, ns thoudvcrtlsementof tho company tells In another column. Tho placj has ex ceptional advantages for this method or reach ing tho attention of purchasers. An Kplsodo ot "Snow lllrd Leiol." "Well, John, tho Jury have found you guilty," said Juttlco MacArthur to John Manuel in tho criminal court yesterday, "what havo sou to say," Manuel had just been convicted ofbreaklng Into the barn ofGeorgo Klrsbaw noar "Snoir Bird level" beyond Unlintown, D. C. "I think It niy duty." said Assistant At torney Taggart, "to say that this man has twice, beforo Ihls, been convlctod on a similar charge, sentenced In ono caso and tho sentenco suspended in tho other during rood behavior. Tho officer Is horo and can luform tho court further." "Well, ns you navoealu so mncn," replica Mr. Howard Clugi.it, counsel fortbeacfenlant, "I will tala navantago of myprlvlloje. glvo notlco of a motion lor a new trial and tako four days to f.le It." . . . . "What Is our motion based upon," askod tholudge. "Oh, i hnvo grounds nnd I think I will also flic a motion In arrest of Judgment," said Mr, Clsgctt. " cry well, wo will wait." replied tbo Judge. "Take tho prisoner Intocii'tody." This was done, and afterward ho was sent to Jail. It must havo been a terrible, stato of nfftlrs that caused the lvalmUt to ask- "UUo can xtand before, his toldv" Iu his day tho roino dies wcro few and doubtful, how much hap rler should this cenomtlan ho that hts as a household remedy Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup; so wonderful has Ik en Its cores that millions rise up and call It "hlesstd." . Department ot Asrlonlturo V.lglit Hour a Iny In conncctlou with tho report ol tho Homo commltlco on ogrlculturo upon tho bill rank ing regular appropriations for tho depirtmont of agriculture, tho committee submits tho fol lowing uuantmourly adopted resolution - "That tho appropriations mado lor salaries and compensation of implores In this bill aro based uron existing law that eight hours shall consilium a day's work for persons employed by or on behalf of the government of tho United States, and that tho tamo should bo en forced in tbo department or agriculture." Although tbo bill appropriates S37,t)751os than was appropriated for tho current fiscal 1 car, provision is mado for tho employment of a pomologlkt "at a salary or82,000; tbo salaries of tbo botanist and mlcroscoplst aro each In creased from Jl ,800 to? J.000, and tbo commit tee recommends an lncreaso over tho amount appropriated last year lor continuing and con cluding experiments In tbe manufacture of sugar by tho diffusion and saturation processes iroin sorguum aim sugar cano. Wark clothing and Ked Star Cough Curo aro an infallible protection In winter, When tho Murderer 1V111 Ho Hung. Chief Justlco Cartter, in tho court In genera' term, cstcrday gave, notlco to tho bar that after this w cok no further arguments will be heard nt tho prcaeut tcrmoftb'o court, which will bo closed next week. Should tho court adjourn slno dlo on or after Friday next tho tlmofortho execution of tbo three murderers confined In Jail will be definitely llxod. Louis Summcrflold, who killed Ibis wife, aud son-in-law, and Ittchard J. Lcc, who murdered his wife, Mill bo hung on tho 7th of Hay, tho first In tbe morning and tho last-named in tha evening. On tho 11th of tho samo month, (ho cnsulpgj'rlday, AntonloiNardello, who mur dered Carmluo Itotunno, will bo executed, . . AMjiANDEn conquered tho wholo world. St. Jucobs Oil conquers every pain. Tho l'otoiuno Archery Club. Tho I'otomao Archery Club havo elected tho following officers : Captain Johnson, president; Miss Holmes, vlco .president I Miss Cook, pa troness i Mr. Mlnulx, treasurer; J, F, Kou nedy, secretary, Notlco was given that prUa shooting will begin Saturday, tbo 17tU Inst., at tho old grounds ou Columbia Heights, . Hatchers and Chicago Hoof. A largely attended meeting of tho Maryland Butchers' union was beld at Italue's Hall last tilght, Mr. Christopher Brokatt, secretary of Ibo National Butchers' Protectlro Association, of St. Louis, dollvercd an address, dwclllns principally upon tbo necessity for unltod action and organization among tbo butchers, in oruor to urcaic up wutti uu leruiuu mo eiui- cago beef monopoly, to as lo foroo It out of tho market. He urged tbo butchers to let tho poo plo know that Chicago beer Is not a destrahlo article. When In Chicago, ho oxamlncd Into Ullltll'. 1IJ1C1IIU lfHKU,U. uv vtnuiiuvu IUIU thnmmmer nf nrenarlnir the beef for markot. Ho saw them tuo cuemlcals upon tho moat, In order to glvo it n good color, aod make It look frcrh.andtoprovont it from decaying, if not (old In time, "it U not lit to eat," ho said. They havo instruments to embalm tho meat niter tbo manner that undertakers embalm dead bodies. I.vcnapoorllltlobluo By, which 111 nick at almost anything, will not rest on this Chicago beef. Unlto and put your foot ou this great monopoly." Mr, Brokatt stated that a national convention of butchers will bo held In St Ixmls on May 25, and asked that delo go Us bo sent from Maryland. It was voto 1 to ..mil ilulpf?Atei In tha iwnvitntlnn. A nunibor of new members Jolnod tho union. The llultunoro nnd Ohio Railroad Aro quoting tbo following rates I To Chicago 813; to Louisville, JH.S0: to St. Louis, 110 50; to Cincinnati, fill to Indianapolis, 112, nnd Detroit, 81-'. and corresponding low rates to all points in the west, northwest, and couthwest. Fast limited express trains, with through parlor and sleeping cars lo destination. Tlruo to Chicago 23 hours, Cincinnati 15 hours, and St. Louts 27 hours. Indianapolis 21 hours, and Pittsburg 10 hours. Limited train for Chicago and Pittsburg leaves Washington at 9,13 a.Lm. dally, and for ( Inclnnatl, St. Louis, and Indlanopolls at 3 p. m. dally. Consult ticket agents B. & O. It. it. before purchasing. Offices, C19 and 1 351 Pennsylvania avenue one station, corner ol New Jersey avenue and O street. Pcrsov&rantia Omnia Vincit Wlikli, being literally Interpreted, means "Check Is Botter than Pedigree." There Is no doubt great deal of material suc cess dependent upon check: for, as a rule, tho rne.ro a man claims Uio tuoro ho gets. The demand of tho Commercial Travolors' .Association before tho ltnuio Oommlttoo on Commerce, is ft forclblo Illustration) yot, with us, neither OHEEK. KOR P3DIGREH avail anything bcrauso all that wo can grant to tho claims of cither is Even nnd Exact Justice. Onr business methods aro such as to do abso lute Justlio to tho most Inexperienced buyor, lor wo never know beforehand what person will bo most tlkcly to buy & given article. Wo haven't ORcn spoken of our Gentlemen's Shirts boamso that is a, trlto subject. Wobave, howcvcrrUn laundered Hhirti tor lorty.slght cents. Shirts In Men's .alios that merit tho Mention nftlinsn vrhn think It OCon- 48 Cents. l.orny to purchase Jowsricousniru. But for tool economy wo advlso yon to buy thoso nt scventy.flvo cents or ono dollar. In laundered Shirts wo excel oven raoro In qual ity. Our Star Shirts hnvo ft reputation as wldo ns tho United States. Thoso Shirts lor seventy 11 t cents and ono dollar wo know to be tho bast fitting shirts In tho country, and It Is au Im mense comlorl to havo a wcll-llttlng Shirt. Wo recognize tho fact that In Boys' Shirts it la a wastoor money to buy high priced ones, becauso boys will outgrow them; so ire naino forty tlDht cents as a. nronor sum to ex- 48 Cents. Ircndfor.aboy'j shirt, Scoours. and j ct both aro equally noccssary. A man might tret along without a shirt, but never without an overcoat. Havorouaton our now Spring Overcoats. Wo ran short unexpectedly, but at onco replenished. Particulars aro numerous, but thl - much wo can soy: If you feel tho Q need of ono any cool morning Just drop In nnd sco ours. Wo aro nead- . quarters, sou know, for ovcry thing T0 lko clothing. An0 our five-dollar kind may not be ox iuO, actlrvhat yon want, bnt may servo v as an indication bow cheaply wo aro .prepared to sell you. All our Spring Clothing Is in nlaco on our counters, waiting for Its npproprlato placo in younviardrobcs. Wo go it strong this soason on ten, fifteen, and twenty dollar suits. Havo you purchased yet? If not, oxamlno our stock, aud ou will not go away disap pointed. Saks & Company 301), 302, Util, SOO, & 3US 7th St. King's .Palace ! 811 Sovonth-Sti'oot. SPECIAL NOTICE ! Wc shall Inaugurate la our Millinery and Fancy Goods Department a Red Lottcr Day every Wednesday, when a Special Induction will bp mado to all purchasers. Watch (or an announcement of Bed Letter Day Prices in dally papers, During tho present week In every depart ment wo wlllmako tho Grandest Display of Novelties for Spring Wear over offered in Wash ington city. A visit to our storo will convlnco our patrons that wo havo tho largost variety and most correct styles of Spring Novelties of anhouioln tho trade, and aro soiling tbcm nt j rices to suit everybody. Wo call particular attention to following t)cclaltles : Pattern Hats and Bonnets, lipcclaliy imported for KINQ'8 PALACE, also of our own exaulsito styles, at 13 W, 81, S3, and (0. Hundreds of untrlmmed, different styles of dials and Bonnets, In Mllans, Tuscans, Pearl, and Fancy Straws, at 43, 00. 55, CO, 73, 87c, nnd SI. Elegant Trimmed Jet Bounds, all tho differ cnt shares, at 83 onlv. Wc carry tho largest stock of School Hats in tbo country, trimmed and untrlmmed; sorao of tho loi. cliost tylcs nt 15, 19, 23, 37, 50, CO, 75c. and 81. No ono need to leavo our establishment with out being suited la ttylc quality, aud price. Ribbons. Our slock of Ribbons must bo seen to bo ap preciated. Elegant PIcot-edgo Satin Blbbons, Taney Ribbons, all widths and all silk, at 15, 19, 25, and SOc per yard, Elegant Sash Ribbons, 7 and 8 inches wldo at 25, 49, and 55c per j ard. Flowers. Our stock of French Flowers Is Immense, and at lower prices than you can buy them elsewhere 20, 25, 37, 50, G5, and 750 a hunch only. Hat Trimmings In every conceivable stylo and quality. Hat Ornaments, Deads, Piquets, Laces, Straw Drniils. Jets, Remember our elegant lino of Visltes, Jerseys, Parasols, Lace Gaps. Come and sco tbcm, oxamlno thorn, and you will find It to your Interest to buy them, King's Palace, 814 BITVUNTII.STHEBT N. TV. ei ccccocccccscoooocooooa Y, Imperial llnlr Ilogeiicrator Is the only absolutely harmloss prcpara- ' lion lor nair. wuoiiy or paruauy gray, ' products cverv shade: Is immealdta ar ' Inrttng, also odorless; leaves tbo hair ' clean, sort, andftiossri is equally aesira- ' ablo for tlio btard, Turlrtsn or ltu.slan ' baths do not aflect it. Price, SI aul 82 ' 1 jier box. Wrlto for circulars, ami send ' snmplo of hair when orderlnit. Full db ' 1 rcctfons accompany each box. Ask j our ' ' drueclst for It. If no has It not on sale ' y dtuBclst V show hlr S by E. I. 0 and all 'J llulr II : nun una niisrniaemcui. ror sale ' . I. MFltTZ. ion I'M.. WAiutntrion alt leadlncr drll?etsts. Ilimerlal ' llnlr ltrconorator Co., 01 W, ild St.. New York. Paris Pepot L. Itlparaontl, r li jtuo tjasugnono. ai)i-ius(ujr 5 cccccccccccocoooo?coc a pnoTQ-EyaRAViyo. Ilarlng recently Fitted up a rilOTO UNOItAVINa ESTADUSUflEKT Iu connection with my Patent Process I am prepared to furulsh ILLUSTItATIONS FOIl NEWSPArEKS AT 8HOUT KOTIOE. MAUIUCB JOYCE, 18 Eleventh Street Northwest, TheBairMaiche 316-318 Seventh Street N. W, A Few Words and to tho Point. AAAAA Tho stock wo havo dlsplajcd for tha Spring of 185 is tho largest and handsomest that over graced tho counters of any ono house. Everything you may possibly look, for In tho way ot MILLINERY, Which has been carefully selected. A cholco and rich assortment of correct styles id Flno Millinery Goads, wo aro offering very unusual Inducements with this object In vlow of push ing tho sales to tho highest possible figure and to pick this department with customers from morning until night, and wo posltlvoly bolloro that prices havo been madcr throughout that will speedily attain that result. Attention is specially Invited to our great as sortment of Straw Bonnets and Round Uats, of lEngllsh, French, and American manufacture comprising all tho latest styles in Milan, Satin, Laco, and Fancy Braids of cvorr description. Tuly's Straw Bonnets, all colors and shapes, 75c. Kntlrcly new stylo of Straw Braid. Beaded Bonnets In all colors and shapes. Special importation of French' Flowers and Fancy Feathers. I New designs iu Ostrich and Fancy Pompons. MO bunches Duplex French Heads, Ostrich (Tips, 39c; all colors. Choice assortment of Beaded Birds, Wings, land Ornaments. English Crepes In all tho latest shad:. Trimmed Millinery. A tnrcrb essottment of Trimmed Bonnets, Round Hals, and Turbans of tho latest Paris, (London, and Homo designs. A Everything Marked at Our Well-known Popnlar Prices. irV AicA k "kirk -k PARASOLS. Wo shall placo on salo to day n superb sto;k of Parasols, Including tho most artistic realiza tions ef tho season, representing among others ,tho following: Mauresque, Louis XV, Gondola, Piccadilly, Yum-Yum. In Bun Umbrellas and Coaching Parasols wo aro exhibiting standard makes or Silk, with an immense variety of Silver and other handles, AAAAAAAAA LACE DEPARTMENT Fonr Unapproachable Darcptns. i 10-Iuch Wool Escurla! Flounce, 81.93. Inch Wool Escurlal Lace, to match, 2tc. Beaded Grenadlno, all Silk, 85.18, 40-lnch Silk Quipura Flounco, 81.13. AAAAAAAAA Ladies' FichuB-& Scarfs A hnndsome lino of flno Imported Crepe do Chlno Scarfs, full length, all colors, 81.03. Crepe do Chlno Scarf, brocado Dowers, extra quality, at 81.49. Crcpo do Chlno, embroidered flowers, new1 and bcautHul tints, 82.48. i AAAAAAAAA - i Ghildren's Collars, Linen, plain white, forllttlo boys, cow shapes, n, 12, and 15c. Fancy colors, new designs, 12J. 15, and 19s.' Ladles' "Rcvcrslblo" (.rancy atylc3) Collars, (Cufls to match), 10, 12, and 15c. Children's Laco Collars, 25, S3, and 43c. sVAAsVAAsVA RIBBONS. No. li flno Imported Brocade; all thoprln j shade's, at 23o a yard." Fine imported Satlasnd Crcpo do CJilno Dro Cadc, S3 a ) ard. l'lnoGros Grain Plcot edgo Heavy Brocade, different stales, 43c. ricot-edgo Volt ct and Satin Itlbbons, In now shades only, No. 0, No. 12, aud No. 10, at popular prices. These goods aro very scarce, tbo de mand exceed los tbo supply. Sallnand Gros Grain No. , all colors for fancy work, at 15o a piece, D'irbco Dully I'upar for Attractions In otuonl'opiu fluents. TheBonfclie 316-318 Seventh Street NiW. Honest Efforts to Secure Your -Patronage! While not dlicd to claim a superior goodness or a greater lovo for raankln Uhan usnallvfraind in business, tbo toNDlIN ANIi MVKItl'OOI, CI.OTIIINU. is usually round In business, tho tONDlIN f.'OMI'AN V ilnon hollnvn In Irdcnlnir licfnro tho COMl'AN V does bellevo in koeplng beforo tho and foremost, wo keep nothing but reliable poods; secondly, wo aro careful to lead all others In lit nnd finish, and loit, hut not least, wo retail good clothing at wholotalo ptlcos. A lino ttpnng urcrcoai as ti ou, woum do t'ueau u eiu. A lino Spring Overcoat at 810, would bo cheap at 815, A good Spring Business Suit at $7.50. ........, . ... An All-wool Caaslraero Suit at 810, can't bo matched In this city for less than 8)1. A flno Black 4-bulton Cutaway Suit at 810, that is worth 116, WelinvoaruUllnoofMlxcdChovjotand Cosslmtro Suits, 1-button Cutaway ana Backs, at prices that will astonish jou.i Wo havo n lull lino ol Prince Albert Bulls from 811 59 upwards. An All-wool, Indlgo-bluo Hannol Suit nt 87.60. , ...a ..', ., ,, ror Boys from 13 to 13) cars wo have a full lino bfSuIU at 81-50, 8)0), 83 53, 810), uptotlS.W. cinr.nniJN's suits i ciiiliihen's suits i Wo hnvo a full lino of Children's Suits at 82, 8iM, $2.75, 83, $3 50, 83.75, and up to 810. rANTS I l'AMIS 1 TAHrS I 2 M0 Pair nf Odd Pants for Men and Boys, from 81.23 up. Children's Pants from 25 cents up. The London and Liverpool Clothing Co., Corner Seventh nnd O Slreots. GLORIOUS NEWS FOR THE BOYS FKOM OAK HALL, Cor. Tenth and FSts. FOR I10YSJ 4 TO 11 TKAKS. Jackets and pants for S3 GO, worth $4) Jackots and pants for $3, worth $5; Jackets andpanUfor (4, worth $7; Jackets and pants for $3, worth $3; jackets una pints forJUXO, worth 0.D0. ' roil HOYS 13 TO 18. Suits at $4.C0, worth $7: suits at $5, worth $9: suits at $5.73, worth $11; suits nt 0.50, worth $13: suits at $7.50, worth $13; suits at $3, worth $10; suits at $10, wotlh SIS. TOU MEN.AND YOUTHS. Suits nt SO, worth $0; suits nt $7.50, nil wool, worlh $12; suits nt $8.7B, worth $14; suits at $10.60, would ho cheap at $15; suits at $13, sold nowhero unjcrfZO; suits at 10, v m th $25; an all-wool bluo flannel eult, Indigo dye, at $10. worth $15: a snlon did corkscrew, 4-button cutaway or sack suit in black, bluo, or brown, at $13, boats anything sold at $20; black or colored sack and cutaway suits at $10. worth $18; flno black cloth suits, doublo-brcasted coat, nt $30, worth $3(1. Spring overcoats nt $6, worth $10; spring overcoats nt $7.50. worth $12; spring overcoats at $10, worth $15; spring overcoats at $13.50, sold olsowhcro at $1H. pants, immcuso assortment, ironi $i.,u,up. Odd mts at about half vnluo at M Hall, Corner Tenth and, F .Streets. J03-Iiaso Ball nnd lint given with r.vory Sult.-CO. WE ABE DELIVERING CRUSHED COKE to any part of Washington" or Goorgotown, at tho rato S3.70 lor 40 Bushols, and $2.50 for 25 Bushols; -and COKE NOT CRUSHED 40 Bushols for $2.90. 25 Bushols for $2.00. ORDERS PROMPTLY PILLED. j I I Washington Gaslight Company, Tenth Street, near D Northwest. London Bazar, 715 Market Space. Wc v kit to call general attention to tho Tact that wo erenow showing tho largest, best, and most Varied assortment of tho f tYeiy lalostfiof cities in Flno Millinery Thplow prices at which wo mark our stock malto it on object for every lady to Inspect .theso goods hoforo effecting her purchaios. Prepare for Easter ! .Ladles' Trimmed Hats, In great variety, at S2.il), 82.97, 3,33, S3.W, 13.07, M, 81.29, up to 810. Thoso hats aro not purchased by tho dozen, but trlmmod by our on n milliners: thcrcforo.wo can assure our cus tomers of tho style and quality belnj correct. Ribbons, AU sljlcs and, quality, from 20 a yard and up. 1 Flowers. Finest Imported l'loncrs, from eo to 75c a spray. : Tips, All shades In season, at 23, 07, and 50o a bunch. )'Plnni03, i Every style and shade, from S3, il, 53, 75c, SI aud upward. Xncos. Big lot of Orientals from Bo to Wc. 1 lot 8-Inch Lace, Oriental, at 250. Lnco Cups. 1 lot of 40 dozen Laco Caps only 9c, worth 230 Infants' Caps, mado otCordcd French- Mus lin, handsomely trimmed 1th Lace, 37c. Hosiery, Infaiits' Cloaks, l'arasolf, Kid (iloics, Silk 'Gloves, Corceti, Embroideries, Zephyrs. Clillilron's Dresses, I'rom 2 to 10 years, nil tho latost styles, and hundreds of other articles too numerous lo mention. COME AND YI3IT TUB L'ondon Bazar ANIi MVKItl'OOI, VlUbl O tho advantages pnbllo tho advantages It offers. First ivu niu uuii-tui iu ,i;m im. MVSIO SXOItEB. snrrwrwsfvwvvvvvvvvwi THE LUDIXO tEGKER PfflOS. BROS. 1 - FISCHER, AND ESTEY PIANOS ! ESTEY ORGANS. 1'ianos rort hunt. SANDERS "&ST ATM AN, (JAKVIS IJCTIXIl IM OnAItOE), Gltti'ERAI. MANAOURS, 034 1? Street iforthwesr, Washington. 10 N. Charles Street, Baltimore. nn joii-im&'co., No,937Pa.Ave.N.W. KNilS PIANO-FORTES, Unequaled In Tone, TouqIi, Workmanship, and Dura bility. Seccid-Fand Pianos at All Prices. riANog ron IllSNT. WM. KNABE & CO., 817 MAIIKET SVACK. WAniIItOOM8 I BALTlMnrtE-204-uua w. nalttmonsU ttLW YOltE-113 6th ate. WABUINQTON-UX7 Market space, rlENWA CrriCIAS COMPANr. loon rsHHayLYAHU atskuv.?: DON'TSHOP After 6 P. M. PEAiOS. OR 1 DRY GOODS t DRY GOODS 1 GUINNIP'S, 404 and 406 Sovonth Stroot. THE PEOPLE'S HEADQUARTERS yon Foreign & Domestic Fabrics in Every Variety. "Wc liave drawn In our JForcign branches at Berlin, Vienna, Lyons, and Londor. Our experience has been a losing business as It has Vlth other GKEAT HOUSES who have had FOREIGN BRANCHES, cither In 1m glnatlon or real. Wc sliall now confine our time and talent exclusively o the ;Selling of Dry Goods in Washington.. Justow we will, say to tho public that we arc not To IB TJndoisold. Wc ask no credit wc are obliged to pay CASH FOR ALL OP OUR GOODS. Therefore we are not frightened when "THE LION ROARS' We have always considered him a NASTY BIUJTE-HE SMELLS. Wc do not pretend to carry millions of goods over our neighbors (what we . do carry we own). Wc wlll In a positive way, say that we keep a 3DX3T G-ood.s .StOEQ, And when we need a brass band we hire and pay for it. We do not "toot" for ourselves all the" time, trying to make a discerning public believe that wc arc the only store in the city, and no one else has a right to sell goads here. Our motto is lloom for All, whether of native or foreign birth. lEBs-ZEHD-Sr ' 5C W.ALSH. AQENTS FOR. Phillip Best- Brewing Company's MILWAUKEE BEER." PURITY ! AGE ! STRENGTH ! Tor Solo Iij Dealers Generally. Offlos) nnd Depot Corner North Capitol and O trccts NcirthcasVWiuhlncton, D. C. 'Telephone. 808-3 tOopyriaht 1BS0. its melted teuta?to?is ELFITI AK13 8TILI1 TIHOMl'HANT. For nftMn ysars they hare steadily gained In faror.ani with sales euraunllr Increasing ha buonia tha sunt populat Oorset throughout tha uniicaoiaice. The a nuslltr Is warranted to wear twice aa long as ordinary Corsets. We hat lately introduced ireeta. We hate lately lntroduo h. ,i nA r, ii ffrariMi- with lutra Lon2 Waist, and tun we can furnish thein when preferred. iiiimesi awsras irora u ih "" i "'" The Inst medal received U for Slret Starts of Merit from the lata Kiixxltlou beld at Mew Orleans. . While scores or patents hare been fuand worth less, the principles of tha QlOTS-fittlng base proved invaluable, .,.,. . ,. JUtallera an authorised ta refund money if, on examination, these Corsets do not provo uteres sealed. For sale everywhere. Catalogue free on application. Thomson, Langdou' A (Jo.,' Now Xorb. 0,21-tuthtOm u. (. , ..,!.. HK t jHjriHHHKuHissHsHVll' wLW BBBHbBBHbHhBbSSs1bBsot JMkH WrviJimiA v J&4t.ZaB ki ' nuwofflira wl'i 11 i At the Kirmes. . Tills is the way they will do it. "And as soon as a dance has come to a close another begins, and each merrily goes." Not every man will dance who at tends the Kirmcs, nor dress in this costume but every man will need a SPUING DRE3S SUIT. and we can show him the newest and most approved styles. Jnfine 4-button Cutaway Coats our stock is unusually complete. ' Dark "Mixed Cassimere and Worsted Suits in very large variety. In Black Diagonal and Corkscrew Goods we have, without doubt, the finest in Washington. Gentlemen who appreciate the finest imported Worsteds, handsomely made and trimmed in ready-made stock, are invited to look at some new things placed upon our tables Thursday, maac expressly tor us. E. B. Barnum 8c Co. 531 TENNA. avenue. Hayward Hani Gronado, ThobcstnandGrenadoFIrO Extinguish or over, produced, i Reliable, simple, eco nomical! will not froozo or burst. I!x tiMsnlsliea fire Instantly. Easily broken, can bo used by any one. Tho liquid contained In It is absolutely harm less to flesh and fabric; Everything It touches becomes fireproof. Wo do not .claim to extinguish conflagrations or to usurp tuo piaco occupicu oy uro depart ments, but wo emphatically hold that no Incipient flro o n possibly llvo whoro tho .'Hayward Hand Grenades, oro usod as directed, and thus conflagra tions or disastrous fires aro prevented. BE CAUTIOUS AND DON'T PUll CHASE WORTHLESS IMITATIONS. Send ta ns for lull particulars and ono ot our now pamphlets containing proofs of tha wonderful efficiency of Our grenades in extinguishing actual fires. Wo svant llvo, active, rcllablo men for agents la tbo United States. Address MYWARD HMD GREMDE CO,, 407-409 Itrondway, Mow York. re25-tu,tb,s-7w ' e4AecMctu ' ,cav. yetoi taucnttorv , fty lyMMMeG fe& 'w sid&Sitcd2$Aane6 cr 6w&- owV t?Kuli&f yetcaoud? Hotels, iCc, ASUWWSVwi AWywwAVW. TV AflHia 1IOUSK, I-! (American Plan), PenusrlTanla avenue, n.ar 14th strrrt. liutM, (J 60 and (.1 per day, H,ttlel,rqte to partlM aud permnntnt eutsle, rnururer Elmior. JOHN U. UAllHId, iltl Mm-utfinr. 'JsriK. EBEllT, WisnitrsTon, D, C, RMV ASP HAW llKAIiqiMltTEOf, 1'oi'a UtiK I'm" Cscarrs, JUl KIlBln f-i AKU 1 1 Pl'B DAY, ST. J Ail Kb IIOTCb (ON TUB BDnUPlU.ll riiAR Corner Sixth Street and Pennsylvania Areaue, IuWies' Good. -Jf. 'vA'AVfrVtN MIKIt ANNIE K, nvsfi'iinr.Y, 8U TKNIH eTl'RCK" . VY MAKES OOnSETS TO OBDErt, In evsiy siyle and maierlal, and guarantees perfect nt and csinfort. lies si-vdalUre arv Sr.uih tland-msde D&der (lolhtiig, MirUio Uaderwear, and Flaest Imported Uuluy. Pateut db(,ulJrr tirCM aim all lirvn Iterhnn OfQ Is, Frcpcu UDrsets aivt liustlu, Ohlldien'o- Oor eu, and a Or.e IJollar Corsnt iMlu Ji.'i own sruUe) that for the piles Is unsurpassed. Si l),-11ench licrciau, and Spanish ipcies, sr N vOj!!Aitai)laayiMW"nWV