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THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 22. 1886.
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Ifniiilsomo Ilnml-pntnleil IMnqiio.,
1'iilitlm, Tambourines, nnil l'luti,
lli.iss, und Ilammoroit llrnss rrnmos.
llnmlT-iliitctl nntl Vinuroldorcil Moit
cliolr Ones.
llntirisnmo lino of Sconcos nml I'olit
Iiir Mlrrora.
Ulcn'n Traveling nnd Shitting Case.
1. miles' 1 raiding nml Tollot Cases.
l'lcnlo Sctx. Trns cling Glnsuca nnd
l'uldlng Cup.
Ilclte, Jutncnii, l'npler Mitotic nnil
KliIlody Dolls, ilrossod and undressed,
from llio Miinllcst In tlio lnrgost, and
from the cheapest to tlio highest priced
luunufucturcdi
llnnd-cinhroldercd nntl Ilomstltchod
Aprons, boxed singly vory appropri
ate for nn linstcr offering.
Spanish Gulpuro laco Nets!
SEATON PERRY,
(Successor to rerry Brother),
Nl.W 11LALK AMI CltEVM SPANISH Ol'I-
TX. III". I. CK t FT8 r Oil (IVbRIlK h33B3 ANI1
flMlMTCKK IN CHOICE DE.SIUNS, 11A.NO
1MH ROM 13 TO 83 I'KIt YAUD
I I HI UtT BLAIIC llEMJhll SILK OREN-
(OSHNFDSTYI USIXTjEN'TELLET. VINES
1 MDIIOIIII RFIIIIIACKCRU'EDECHINE
NOV M.TILSIM'UKE BILK llLVt'K VEIi-
V rTdlthNAMNES 1011 BI'KINU WltAPS
III. VOK TWHTHiSILKULKN'AN'ItSr ROM
81 TO 81 75 l'tll V AMI
III.ACK SUV INU SILK GRENADINES, from
ll'l'lN SCrLFnitATED 11LVCK SILK AND
V00I IIIRNAMM,
III A( K AND tOl ORr D CANTON Clttl'ES
AMICKM'PIIP tHINF
' KM I IM VK 1'ATTl.ItNS" IN INDI V AND
CHINVMLKSrHOMMTOHW .
1 .T1IA GOOD VAU'hS" IN fiUR VIIS,
11HAI1VMI.S AND (IIIOS GRAIN 8ILK9,
HlOMTSctottWl'FUYARD
NEW SCOTCH CHLV10T3 AND IIOME-
Nov"! LTIES IN ETAMINES AND C.V.NV V9
ClOTII"
im Mr ssr AS'oriTMrNTorNnw trench
DRKlUIAIlltlCS toil PLAIN AND COMI1I
ATIOlIlS, UANUINU II10M 60O ro J
1 Nivv'nii'onTFn JACKETS VND JFKSr.VS
NtVV LMllHOIDMtLlI UL.VCK CASHME1IE
IKlIlfi ANUH.VUID.
NOVH.TILSINSIIKCHl'DDAC.VSHMEHE
AMI TINSH, MIAV1 LS
AI I IHh LATEST AND MOST Al'PROVFD
MVI.l.S IN I'AR,OI SUN UMURLLLVS,
AMI t Altltl VOL SHADES.
S-1'LAIN FIGURES AND COnilFCT PRICES.
SEATON I" JJ ltlt Y,
l'FRRY nUIIDINO,
TLNKSYLYAMA AVENUE, CORNER 0Tn8T.
EbTAllLUIlhD 1519
JUST RECEIVED.
A CARLOAD OF OUR
Imitation Mahogany Chamber Suites,
(Bevel Gloss and Brass Candelabru,)
bleb, wc are selling
AT $2.7G.
11EST VA1DK EVKK OFFERED.
Carpets and All Floor Coverings
AT COST rlllCK.
W. H. HOEKE'S,
801 Market Space, 308-310 8th St.
EEPRIGERATORS !
JuU received all sizes of
Eddj's Celebrated Refrigerators !
Ttcj are strongly built, handsomely finished,
j crfcrt In practice , la fact, a llr.-l class
llelrlgcrator In ovcry respctt.
M. W. BEVERIDGE,
Importer or I'ottory aul Porcelain,
Qpl&Ct 1000 rcium. Aifliiuo.
FLOUR !
BAKES MORE BREAD,
BAKES WHITER BREAD,
BAKES BETTER BREAD,
'Jiiiin An Oilier Flour Manu
f'arlurcd. If You Are Not Using
Pillskry's Best !
Ask For It. Ilii) No Other.
UAK110UK & HAMILTON,
son: aoiints.
JOHN It KI I LY,
Dealer lu first
class llErr IAJI1I,VEAL,
Ml HON, .V(
Corntd Beef a bpe-
tlalty.
DIUll Uv,, U.V, Ullll U&J eUlUC tflUIKCt, vin Bb,
Ming, und JOOand aw Northern Liberty Mar
ket, or address Hnx 500 ( Ity Post Ofllco Mar
Lcting dtllvcrid frco to all parts of tho city.
T7"KYES & CO ,
" WILLARD'B HOTEL SrADLES,
Comer Fourteenth and D Streets Northwest.
JW-Drtnch Olllco at tho Arlington.
DON'T SHOP
After 6 P.
A
Easter Offerings !
': ?AAAA ' olsHF
T1IK SMALT. TlltXOS OP A DAY.
Bllnor Occurrence In find About the
CUT llrlellr lut.
Tooth nilliiK mado painless W Uio mo of
rocnlno bj8 T Mason, dentist. 113 Four all J
n half street northwest
Moth flics nro nil depositing tliclr eggs, put
four furs on storage at Sllncinclz & Ban, 1237
l'cnna nre.
Mary Lord, No. 2C21 O street, roporlo t to tlio
police tlio larceny of 57 DO worth o clothing
Tlio commissioners meet tlio school trustees
to-day at noon at tbclr olllco ill tlio Morrison
building
Judge Snell J ostorday gato Judgment agtlnst
JobnWcst for lolallnp the Htiudat MrucrUir.
Tlio case was appealed. ThH tt 111 bo inado n
test case.
Tlio illrcrtnrinf Ihn nnrDolil Itosnltal llftVO
obtained a pcrinll to creil an addition by 01
reel to Ibo lininltal and to mako repairs at a
cost of f:J 000
Tim fnun nt Tt T. Dp-wirs wralnst I.loUt. r
nold or the jhiIIco force, for assuilt In MI
lard Hotel will coins up before Judgo Snoll
at V o'clock this morning
Tlio death rato last ttcokwaiOV white, II,
colored 81 Death rato per 1,000 per annum
white, K 81, colored, xi 11, total population,
if I 03 Mnrriiiges, 15, births, 10
The general conferenco ol tho Colored Moth
ndlst 1 plscopal Church In America will con
tno In Augusta, tla , on the cth ot May, Tho
dcligalo from this city Is ltcv. r. M. Hamilton
The defomo cloed It tctlinony yesterday In
the trial of Charlci Hamilton, charged with
lillllug (leorgo Hill on tho JJlhor September,
12, nud tho gotcrniuiut will en'cr upon Its
rebuttal to-day
The following mnrrlago license havo been
Issued Marshall I. Harries, of Troy, N. Y , an 1
Leila It, try, ol this city; Datld Autognclll
and I Iciin. tastlgllonl Iizan I Hunt, of Hot
Springs, Ark,, and Annie JL. Calvert, of this
city.
Indictments wcro presentel by the grant
Jury ycrtcrda) against tho following persons,
Jcllriy Waiitdd, liU'ainy, James 1'rlce, nssiuli
with Intuit to kill, Humicl C. Vluel, grand
larceny, Ualah Hlllerj, assault with Intuit to
Mil Urn. A. Phillips, ltlthsrd M. Wolfe, and
Kobcrt 1). Itoss, conspiracy.
m
Turn out to the ball gamo at I 30
Lodge Meetings Tonl:ht.
The following loJgcs meet to night at
tho
plarcs named
Masonic New Jerusalem, No. 9, Masonto
Temple, Harmony, No 17, Moronic TempU,
deorget V luting, No 21 Ooorzetnnn, Wash
lugtun Ilujal Arch, No 2, MasonloTemplo.
IO.O F. Columbian, No 10, Odd Fellows'
Hall. Oriental, No H Odd l'ellows' lull,
I rlcndshlp. No IS, corner of Pennsylvania
ncnuc and Tucntlelh Hreet northwest
Milghtsof Pjthlas Union, No 2!, Jonadab
Hall, 10JI 1 ourteenth street northwest, Nelson
Uhlflon, No, 2, Uniform llnnk, trm l'ciiujjlvu
ulaaicnuc
o A 11. UnrnsUlerost.No 8, Seventh and
I. Uriels.
TiirEATirt Hook op thk YrAR, "The Mcs
sago of the llluiblrd." 1'rlco. 7jC , at VV hit I
l.er s, 1103 l'eiiusyh aula avenuo.
Prohibition ut ItuckIHo.
At the thirteenth annual convention of tho
Mar land Stato Tcmpcrauco Alliance, held In
Baltimore on Tuesday, Mr David II B)ulc, of
Ilockvllle, Nice resident of tho Montgomery
tounty Timneranco Alliance, spoko of tho
xrnrLlnirnf local nrohthlllon In thatcountr.
After live jrars experience of It he said tlio
llnanclal nrosrcrttv and sohrlctv hav c wonder-
lull) Increased 1 examined tlio court records
and the number of criminal Indictments,
which used to nv crate twcnl to eighty a year,
now a ernges only ten to twenty a year. Our
Jail lias never cm ty until Miij.lSSl, slnco
then It has been empt) several lluiis, onoe Tor
three months at a time, and tc-dar at noon tho
Inst tuo prl'oncrs wcro discharged, so that our
Jail Is again empty, Thero are v lolatlons of the
local option law, of course, but there Is no
louuty where tho law Is better administered.
We used to acrago 100 arrests a car for
drunkenness and disorderly conduct lu Hoclc.
Mile, I know from tho dockets there haient
been moro than Hi c In tho IHej cars of local
o Hon. Our law Is the shorte&t and best It
Is n mistake to except nnitblng andltlijllst
ns bad to oiler a reward to tho Informer,
Hum. 1'itAvrn and Himnm, devotional
hnokr and other books suitable for I aster, at
Wbltakirs, 1103 Pennsylvania avenue.
Uniting AVlth tho Knights of Lnlior.
Tho Clerks' Assembly or tbo Knights or
Ijibor held an open meeting last uljht at
VV avhlngton Hall, corner l'eunsylvanla nvenu)
and Third strict. East VVashtneton. Tho ob
jects or tho meeting were well aud distinctly
stated by VV II, Daniel, president of the Clerks
Earl) ( losing and llcuctlclal Association At
considerable length ho cxpla'ned llio advan
tages to the clerks of tho i nrl) closing move
ment and also the uriater advantages that
would como to thorn by Joining tho asiembly
ol the knlkhts or 1-nbor S. Ulcber, clothing
merchant, and (I 1 1) I') lc. grocer, both a I
(IreMd the meeting, upproilng of the objects
of the association nud i lcdglng thomslves to
draw on their icr to aid and forward tho In
terests of tho clerks Several other addresses
"ire made, nnil alter enrolling as members a
number of c crks the usscmbly adjourned,
, i i
At this time have lightning rods repaired or
new oucs J II kmhllug.
CitFAirjT loisTviN l'i, undo plalu.OO',,
and gold mounted, til, tit VV bltaker s.
Mr. Illutr, tlio IlMiiigollnt.
Tno meetings were held at tho Young Men''
ChrMlaa Association jester Jay by Mr. Ilh's,
the evangelist and singer, a lllble mo ting at
4 15, and a gnsrx 1 sermon at 7 JO. 1 ho ev enlug
meeting, uluch was for men onl), was n very
IntereMInx one, tho topic hilng salvation Isa,
ilv.2. 'IhoHluglngby Mr IHUsaudMrs It II
ltlchards added luueli to the Interest of the
sen lee About tweut) llvo remained to the
nflir meeting Mr. llll-s will conduct tho noon
da) meeting ut 12, and glvo a Hlbld reading at
4 15, open to ladles uud men. ilieeveiilugscr
vUoiitT uOulll buformeiionl)
I'.emcmlier the ball gunie to daj, 1 1).
Hovs' and Children's Straw Hats Me,
mid SI. btlnemciz A. Son, 1A17 l'a nm.
7JC,
Accldcntly Kiinckeil Down
A little daughter of Mr, Samuel OaskIn, of
Tw(iil)-clghthauil M streets, while ita)lu:;ln
the street last evening lu front of her boase,
rceldentolly ran Into a passing wagon. Tho
whet 1 struck tlie llttlo one ou the liend and
knocl idhtrdown Tho driver, bamuol Oas
klus lustantlv checked III horse, picked up
tne child, una took her Into her home. Dr.
Mil) Held pronounced the Injuries painful, Inn
not dangerous. No blame win uttachecl to tho
driver,
Brr tho Vittur lountaln I'cn, 00 cents,
VMiltnker s.
at
The Odd lVllmis' ( elehrutlon.
Ill publishing the arrangements for the Odd
I c Hows' celebration jesterday au error was
mndo In nunounelng the name of tho grand
mimhat Mr. Jurats A Watts w a selected for
tbnt p islttnn, and not Mr C 1. Or, in lei
Anong tho Invited guests nro henutoi lllack
burn, of Kintliek), Iteprcseututlva Morrow, of
California anil ltcv Henry It Sailor, of the
1 ouudr) M I. Church
bj i the 1 ater book of tho tea-ori
nkcr s, ' The Hong of tho Hlucblrd,
at Whit
'a cents
Anhiidiitcri Cliurltfes.
1 he board for the eighth subdlt Islon met last
evening ut 110 1) street northeast, present, ltov
J.W (bickering prisldent, Chariot Junl.cn,
esq trcntiirer, Mrs Charles Jiinkcu, and A
M kntinnsr, werctnrv Reported slnco prior
meeting 7 families nfiled with fuel anlpro
v Mons 0 lamlllCH vv bite, 5 1 persons, 2 colorod,
lJ'irton., niiiouut expended, SB. 15.
Don t fi.ll to see tho ball game nt 1 10
AMUbl.UI'.N r-.
AUHUillH OIIANnOllltA ItOtlSF,
Tho talo of scats for the "Alfa Normi i
Mllndo Opera Compaiij" commences ti day
ntlbo box olllco of Albaugh's Opera Home.
I'uciiollie of tho company will In given In
battmbi) a eulllui ol tlio Nvitowi Iti rou-
1KAV
riir nnTi inpvt.s
This morning at'' mlu silenf ns-rved-uits
for next weeks ngiigumont ol tlu Ilaitii
llenlsvtill open a ihu New Nut mil 1 m
rent i lory of this fav ored nil I favorite impany
will be Momlu) und llmrslav, 'Mild of
Honor ' (new), Tutsda) ami rrldi " V Una '
(new) Wednesday mutlueo, 'Trt Dlavolo '
h) request) Wed icsJay evenlniinilHi'urdiy
liatluei Victor, tha lllin Slocking," Situr
da) evening 'Martha' hineo lail Junuiry i
vl-lt to Wirdilm.1011 tho Iluls lino ulleln
I ew scries to their ll.-aot triumphs
UAiintHH iiuou TiirATrn
Commencing UiN u ternoou and contlnulni
Ibo rest of the Week, the Wilbur Opera Corn
1 any will I resent the popular nud ever plen
Ing"LaMascotto" Tills Is perliapioaooftha
lust known comb ofcras nil outer falls to
Live satisfaction w ben properly presented llio
Wilbur company was tho first to produco It In
Iblscountiy, and havo inulu their reputation
t) It, having given over 1,700 porformaucos of
this popular work Tho cast will Inclulo
liearl) all tho original people, viz, Klrwln,
i liapman, llrand Lonl), and Nowboroujh
'Ihe version glv cub) this corapauv has alivu)i
teen considered the best, uud it is safe to euy
they will sustain their past good reputation,
the orrsiho or Tint theatre cosiiiue.
Tbo patrons of high class variety will ho
i leased to loam thai the Thcatro Comlipio will
I e re-opened on Monday, May J, with a variety
combination of metropolitan merit The
ltssecsand managers aro Nachtaan and Tur
I Im business manager, ttugeuo Mais, Popular
I rlcos w 111 prev all 10 and a cents.
SCIIOUTi UIMMIINU) -Vl.l.Ol.D.
Moro nnil Hatter Aceommoilatlons
limited for tho Third Division.
A largo meeting ot tho citizens of Kitt
Washington was held at tho Wallncli school
lmllillnK lust evening to prcpAro o pelltlon
to tbo District commissioners asking (or
belter accommodation for the white schools
of tbo eastern section ot tlio city. Wni C.
Dodqo was chosen chairman, and stated tho
condition of tho schools of tbo third divi
sion, They bail soventv-ctght schools nml
only elxtj-two scboof rooms. Sixteen
rooms thus havo to nccommouato two
schools cacti, making thirty-two schools
working on half time, one set In tbo fore
noon, tho other In tho afternoon. Of tho
4,000 pupils of tbo division 1,000 aro obliged
to attend lull day schools. Thcro nro llvo
schools ot tho fourth grndo holding bait
day sessions, whllo halt day schools ot that
grade are unknown In other portions of tho
clt). Ot eleven third grade schools eight
arc In session but half n day. Tho number
of bait day schools In all divisions aro as
follows' rlrstuivlslon, 3; second, 10, third.
8; fourth, 2, nntl fifth, none. Forty eight
per cent, of all tbo third grodo schools ot
tbo third division wcro shown to hold halt
dsy sessions, Of tbo seventy-eight school
rooms In tho third division twelvo wcro
unlit for school purposes. Tho building at
tbo corner ot Third ami 0 streets southeast
bad been abandoned, nud nlthough unlit for
usohad been rcrcntcd. F.sputa's Hall and
tuo uascmenioi tuexvcwiicnisaicmuiiurcn.
now used for school purj oscs. vvero unlit
for occupancy.
A letter from tho teachers of tlio rcabody
annex was read. They stated that tbo ceil
ings ot their rooms wcro less than ulno fcot
high. Thcro was no ventilation, and tho
door w as kept shut by being propped with
n spado. Tho four rooms of the building
accommodated eight schools. Thcro wcro
nciuicrciom; nor pi ay rooms, wuuo luoy
were annoyed by narrow halls and steep
stairs, ro narrow that two children could
pass only with difficulty. The celling
leaked, plastering n as falling, window panes
wcro out, door locks broken, and everything
In a dilapidated condition.
Tbo following committee was appointed
to present these facts to the commissioners:
It. J. Urlght, chairman; Hot. W. K. Par
sons, Dr. J. VV. llaync, It. II Ferguson, VV.
0. Dodge, J. E. Herroll, VV. l Allan, T. (I.
Hcnscv, J. I). I.ltticwooil, J, II. l'eakc, I..
A. V ood,C. Mahon, A. II. Jones, Dr. 8. A.
It. McKIm, Henry llrock, Fred, Wagner,
S. D. Now comb 8. H.Wnlkcr, 8. C. Clarke,
VV. L. llarton, James Bright, U. A. Shields,
W. II. Carrlco, N. 11. Ambrose, J. W.
VVhclplct, Isaac II. McCaturau, 8. 8. (lard
ner, and Louis Gury.
The commlttco will call upon tho com
mlseloucrs to-day, and ask that two twelve
room buildings bo erected, to supply tho
deficient accommodations, by September,
I860. If but one building should bo erected
they tlcslro It to bo located at tho north end
of tho piny grounds attached to tho Wal
lncli building or jjcar Lincoln Park.
HISTKICT AFJb'AIIl9 IX CONanES9
Strcot Knmos Tax on Proiluco Ileal
els Cheaper Gns Drummers' Tax
Church i'roporty.
lion. John S, Barbour, chairman ot tho
House District committee, has received a
letter from Joseph C. (1, Kennedy against
changing tho names of streets aurtnvcuues.
Tho letter has been sent to tho District
commissioners, and It Is not probable that
they will recommend any chance In tho
names. Mr. Kennedy sets: "It is near a
century slnco tbo first engineers of this
countrj, with maps beforo tuctn of all fio
Important cities of Europe, supplied by
JclTirson, ilecldeil upon tho plans tor this
capital. Tho names of thoroughfares woro
adopted on consultation w Ith him In honor
of whom the city was named, aud havo
continued unchanged."
Tho subcommittee of thollousoycstcrday
beard Maj. I.udlow, of tho District commis
sioners, In regard to Capt. Hoxlo's plan for
reducing tbo expenses ot the work In the
tunnel.
benator l'latt, chairman of tbo subcom
mittee ot tbo Senate to Inquire Into tho
6UbJcctot reducing tho price of gas to $1
per thousand feet, has addressed a number
uf questions to the gas company. The com
mlttco will probably bold n meeting tho
last of tbo week.
Senator Ingalls yesterday introduced a
bill which provides that after April 1, 1847,
produce dealers shall pay a llccnso of $1J
per j car In advance, and nil persons who
sell llsb, gamo, poultry, butter, oggs, vege
tables, Ac, from a wagou or other vehicle
shall bo regarded as produce dealers at
large. Llut persons who sell fish, game,
poultri, butter, eggs, vegetables, cV.c, of
their own raising shall not bo rcattlrcu to
pay a license for selling In tho market.
Proprietors ot produco stands shall pay a
license for each stand. One license shall
be good for two markets. For falling or
neglecting to tako out n llccnso n flue of
not less than $10 nor moro than $30 shall
bo Imposed.
Senator Blackburn yesterday Introduced
nn amendment to the District appropria
tion hill so as to appropriate) $J),O0J for
tbn St. Hose Industrial school.
Tho District commissioners hive sub
mitted to tho House District commlttco u
bill "to amend the law regulating the
llccnso tax of commercial salesmen In tbo
Dlstilct." They propose to Mluca tho tax
of that business from 200 to $101.
On motion ot Mr. lltowu, the Senate
yestcrdo) passed a Mil to empower tho
board ot foreign missions of tbo Methodist
Church to hold property In this city.
President pro tern Sherman yesterday
designated Senator Walthall, of VIlss'sslpiiI,
n director ot the Columbia Institution for
tbo Deaf and Dumb, vlco Mr. Jackson, re
signed. THK MAsTKIl MIX'IIAXICS'.
Tlio right Hour Movement to bo I'ully
IHsciiHHed.
The master mechanics' local convention
to bo held ehortlv Is being looked forward
to Willi much Interest by tbo tradoslt
"(presents. All tho mechanics' associa
tions bav o elected delegates to tho conven
tion except tho Masters Plumbers' Protec
tive Association, which meets to-night tor
that purpose. 'Lbo object of tho conven
tion is to discuss tho position to bo taken In
tcfcrcuce to tbo tight-hour movement. It
Is believed that n determined stand to op
pose It will bo taken by tho convention,
homo of the bosses are now work
ing their men on tho ulno
hour sjstciii, and It Is not impiobahlo that
n compromise on nine hours us n (lav's
work may bo accepted Ono mister mo
(banlc stated lost night that boworkodhls
men ou tho ulno hour plan, and they
seemed satisfied. Ho would not, however,
iclurn to tho ten hour sj stem, as bo was
well enough satisfied with that under which
ho vvns now working. Ho would, however,
oppoic tho eight hour plan. "If," sal 1 ho,
"the light hour plan Is adopted It will not
1 o long beloro another plan Is deiuauded
for laboring hours ou tho basis of tlmo
wotk of u government clerk "
Tuoi uiia of women bless tho day on which
Dr Pierce's ' Favorite Prescription' was male
known tn Hum In all those derangements
laiisliigbiukachc, dragging down tcnsiilont,
l (rvnus in d general dcbllh), It Isa sovereign
lemed), lt soothing an I healing jiropertles
render It of the utmost vnluoto ladles sullcr
Ing In m "Internal fever," cougusllou, lu
I animation, or ulceration. Cy druggists.
Tlio Well nnd Lu Alirn Annril,
f-cnator Morgan reintroduce 1 yostorJay hli
I 111 of last December directing tho Attorney
deiural to bring suit In equity ugalnt llenja
inlnWcll In tho supremo court of the District
ft Columbia to ihtirmliio whether the uward
liuide b) tho United btoti s aud Moxlc in mlxc t
lomnil'slon, or uny part of It, was secured by
fraud, uml to leeover the mono) n w Men havo
leciipaldto Will. Hu also Introduced u sim
ilar bill with roipcct to tho nwirds ma lot J
tho la Abra Silver Mining Compaii) These
I tills provldo that during tlio pendency of the
ults no further pa)ments shall bo inado under
the Well nud I a Abr awards
Nationals vs Itochesters to da) I JO,
Gen. lliwcli'n Accounts.
Second Comptroller Mil) nard was heard by
the Houso commlttco on War Department ox
icudlturcs ycslcrdav In continuation of hli
previous testimony charging Irregularity In the
ucconnis of tho signal servlco bureau Tills
closed the Investigation, and Reiiroseulatlves
Anderson, of Ohio, V'iclc, and W'aruer were
apjiolutcd to draft a report giving tho results of
the Investigation. A resolution was adopted
declaring tdat tho evldcnco did not show tbo
existence of any fraud or corruption
i
l.loitTNlNa Rons of sufficient surface nn 1
properly placed aro to lightning what HgooJ
roof Is to rain J, II Kuehilnj.
THK COTJltT RECOUP.
The proceedings In tho Supremo Court of tho
United Slates yesterday woro as f illovvs:
On motion of VV.VV. Morrow, Kdward Lynch,
of tan I ranclsco, Cal , was admitted to prac
lice,
, On motion of T. It. Hudd, Henry If. Mark
ham, of l'aadlna, Cnl, and tlcorgo C. Mark
ham, nf Milwaukee, Wis, wcro admitted to
racilcc.
On motion of Joseph I' McDonald, Thomas
r. Davidson, of Crawfordsvllle, Ind , was ad
mitted to practice.
No 270. Menard r. Knox et at , appellants,
vs. Tho New Idrla Mining Co Appeal from
the circuit court of tho United Slates for tho
District of California. Dismissed per stipula
tion. Clerk's cost to bo paid by appellants.
Nn SI) Carolluo Carson, plaintiff In error,
vs. Mary K. Hyatt, ct at, nnil No 1C2 Carolluo
Larson, appellant, vs Mary A, Hyatt, as ox
rrutrlx, Ac , ct nl, Argument continued by
Mr, Edward McCrcady, Jr., for defendants In
error nnd appellees, ami concluded by Mr,
James Lowndes for plalutlil lu error and ap
pellaut.
No '.to Tho Homo Iusuranco Company, of
Ntw Vork, plaintiff In error, vs. tho I'toploof
thoStntoorNcwVotk. Continued
No 217. The lira Association, of Philadel
phia, plaintiff In error, vs the i'coplo of tho
Mate of New York. Continued.
No. 213 llio Lhesapeako aud Ohio Railway
Company, plaliilllT In error, V s. A. V- VV hltc,
administrator. Continued
No 2t) tiios Hopper, plaintiff In error, vs.
tlio Town of Cov Ingtou, Ind Argument com
menced by Mr. J, Y McDonald, ror plaintiff In
error, nnd continued b) Mr, Thos. 1 . Davidson
jur iicienuuni m error.
No. IJS7 Schmidt Bros , appellants, vs. i:. M.
Cobb.
No. KfA. ArlhurO'Malley, appellant, vs. J. P.
Fnrlc), Ordered to bo continued until next
term.
Adlourned until to dav nt 12 o'clock.
Circuit Court Justlco Hairncr (Iroy vs
Hewlett, ndmlnMratnr; motion withdrawn and
leavetofllo amended plea. Oleasou vs, Vir
ginia Midland llallroad, on trial. Assignment
unchanged.
J oulty Court Justlco Jnmc rtnth v s.
Kutfi, commission to Mrs. VV ard Mohun ordered
to Issue. Ileale vs. VV heeler; commission to get
answer ot Infant ordcrod to tssuo. Martin vs
Ileal , Halo finally contlrmcd. Colgats vs. Searlo,
auditor's report couflrmcd. Mttklewluv Ab
ner, auditors report conflrmod MIIIsvs Mills;
trusters Instructed topay taxes. Ward welt vs.
VV aidwell. nppoaranco of absent defendant or
dered Wright vs rcndall and llanlc vs.
Wright, pa) mentof fund to tllcn W right de
nied. Starr vs Treaekloi demurrer overruled
Stewart vs Stewart, appearance of absent de
fendant ordered. Robeson vs. Nllcs, rule, on
romplnlnaut granted, returnable April 2J.
Macltallvs Richards, Injunction denied
Criminal Conn Justice Mac.Vrthur Charles
Hamilton, charged with tho killing nftloorgo
11111,'ou trial Assignment unchanged.
NEW
Spring Dry .Goods & Sis
Womakcaspeclaltyofallkludsot Blackaoodi
and keep tho best Imported
Prlcsllcy's Celebrated Silk Warp Hcnrh.tis at
f 1, S1.23, 81.50, 81.75, and 82.
Black Drap d'Altnn at 73c, 81, and 81.23.
Black Albatrosi at 37, 55, c:, and 75c.
Black Nun's Vellln? at 25, 37. 50. and C2c.
Black Cuhmcrcs(tho best French goo Js) at 40,
DO, CJJi, 75, 83, nnd 81 per yard.
Black Surah Silk nt 75, b7o,8t, and Sl.'i".
Black Gros Grain Silk W c keep tho Monopoly
Silk from 81 to S- ovcry yard of which wo
guarantco to wear well.
Also a full stock of Fancy Spring Dress Oooli,
I'araso!, Sun Umbrellas, Hosiery, and
Gloves.
ONE I'ltlCi: ON'LV,
W, I. Burflette & Co.
028 Till fit. nml 700 It St. N. VV.
King's Palace
811 Seventh Sticel.
THIS WEEK
Great Bargain Week !
New nrrlv al of elegant
All Iho Latest Styles In
Ladies' Milan flats k Bonnets.
Alio tbo different qualities and stjles
of straws In
Children's, Misses', and Ladiss'
Hats and Bonnets.
Thousands of Children's Trlmmcl mil Un
trimmed Hats, tbo grandest assortment ever
exhibited, nt 15, 19,25, 35, 13, Oft. 7jC, and f 1.
New and elegant display of Trench Hewers
nt 19, 25, 35, DO, GO, 75c, aud 81 a lunch.
I'rcsh arrival or ricot-edo fe.UIti and Or s
Grain BIbbons
Imnumc slaughter lu Lace Caps
A lovely Hue of Jorsej s nt 75, Wc, 11.12, 81 J5,
f
ElW.aulj:.
Closing salo of V'lsttci and llouclo Jacket! at
a sacrifice. Now Is j our chanco to buy a Uv cly
V'lsltc nt less than coit.
SUX UMBIIELL1S ' AND WHIRLS
At Blniiuf.ietiirorii'
'rices.
(iirat Inducements lliii Weok. Don't
Neglect to fall.
King's Palace,
814 SHVKNTIT. SXItlSIST N. VV.
J.O X XllVi.i. cuith Instuiitly
lleves tlio lnost violent uttaekii, unit In
I Huies conifortublo itleop. U.cd by lutula
i lion, thus reaching the Chseaso dlrent relaxes
thospaim, facilitates freo ex "ITTtSTT'CI
peetorallon, nnd KVVISCTS UU JXHiO
where ull other lemedled fall. A trlul
I oonvlueas tlio most skeptleul of Ita Im
I ineiltHto. direct, onil iioverrullliifr eirnut.
1'rlre. AOo und s)l uf druggists or hv milt
I TrlalpackagelreeforbtHinp, Dr. It. SOU II' I'
HI AN, Ht. 1'niil, Minn. ep2J tuthirt in
EASTER EXPOSITION
-AT-
TheBon Marche
Thursday, Friday, Saturday,
April aa. April
Of fine Millmery.
Feast of Fashion !
Ugh Art Illustrated by Our Mil
linery Displays
Jaunty Hals and Hobby Bonnets.
Away Alicnit of Anything; in
tho City.
0 can (without egotism) salely lay claim to
tho assertion that nt no bouse lu tho city can
bo found such nn array ot rich, original, nnd
excluslvo novelties In Hats, Bonnets, Mowers,
l'oalhcrs, fancy Klbbons, nnd ovcry concclv
able conceit in Millinery Trimmings.
Trimmed Hats.
In this Department wo prldo oursolvcs to
show larger quantities nnd greater varieties of
styles and cflccts than many stores combined.
In tbo matter of lHIMMhU HATH we have at
tained as near as powlblo, perfection In point
of 1 1,1 (UJ,Ci:. AITEAUANCU and AfVriS
TIC! ll.NISH. With our largo forcoof skillful
designers nnd trimmers wo aro enabled to offer
tho finest nnd richest designs aud most rollahla
work at prices entirely out of competition. Vt o
mv alt a call from tho ladles and to tbosa who
apprcelato and wear Una millinery we havo an
exhibit that has no rival.
Our Show Rooms
Aro large and spacious, possessing every possi
ble convenience lor tho comfort of our patrous.
At this Exposition wo will display Shapes nnd
Materials lu
Trimmed nntl Untrlmmoil
Hats and Bonnets !
VUilch havo not BIT01tE BEEN
BXIIIUITED.
Como aud Sco Our Immense Display of
EARLY SPRING NOVELTIES,
And Bring tho Children for an Easter Souvenir to
THE BON MARCHE,
31S-31S Se-vGrrtta. St. ZfcT.. "W-
London Bazar,
715 Market Space.
RED TICKET DAY EYERY FRIDAY !
Wc visli to all general attention to Iho fact
tbat wo aro now sliou liur tlio largest, best, anil
most varied assortment of tbo
Very Latest Novelties in Fine Millinery
Tlio low prices at wnlcUwo mnrlc our stock
male It un object for ocry lady to Inspect
Ihctc goods beforo cflcctliig her purchases.
Prepare for Easter!
Indies' Trimmed Hals,
In great variety, at N40, J2 07, $3 83, 83 50,
JJ97, St, 8125, up to 510. Thcso hats aro not
purchased by tho dozen, but trlmmod by our
ou n milliners, therefore wo can assure our cus
tomers of tho et) lo and quality being correct,
millions,
AU titles and quality, from So a yard and up.
riotiors.
1 Inest Imported l'lowers, from o to 730 a
I").
Tips,
All (hades lu season, at 23, S7, and Wc a bunch.
l'limies,
Et cry si j lo and shade, from M, 1). 00, 73c, 81
audupuard.
Luces.
Dig lot of Orientals from 6c to 60c.
1 lot 8-lucii I ace, Oriental, at 23c,
Inco Cnps.
1 lot of 10 dozen Laco caps only Do, worth 23o
Infants' Caps, mado ot Corded Frtnch Mus
lin, handiomcly trimmed Willi I.irce, S)7c.
Hosiery, In fan In' Cloaks, I'arasols, Kid
(lloics, Silk (lion's, Corsets,
Embroideries, Zephyrs.
Cli 11 (Iron's Drosses,
l'rqm 2 to 10 years, all tho latost styles, and
hundreds of other articles too numerous to
mention.
RED TICKET DAY EVERY FRIDAY
COME AND VISIT THE
London Bazar
23.
April 24.
Of Mc-yes.
Llslo Thread, all color", 25c,
Taffeta, all colors, 35c, 49c, C'c.
I idles' All Silk, 49c, C8c, 71C, 83", 93c,
11.19, II 35.
Ladles' 8111c Mitts, alt colors, 230 to 81.93.
Latest In Eucde, 4-Bulton Tnns, Browns, nnd
Grass; white baud, fancy cmbrolderod Back,
11.48; regular prlco, 81.75.
The favortto Bon Marcho "Perfection" and
"Sufcrlor" KM Gloves. Ev cry pair warranted.
Of Parasols.
Wo shall offer to morrow and remainder of
week unusual bargains In Parasols and Sun
Umbrellas, notably ono lot of 20-Inch Satin
striped Coaching I'arasols at 81.71.
Ono lot Silk 1'ongco Coachings, 81.91.
One lot Gloria Silk Sua Umbrellas, 31 19.
Of Fans.
Ilandioroo collection of Imported French
and Japancso Tans, In nil tho now est designs
nnd styles, specially nppioprlato for Easter
gins.
Bco our 19c JIlLailo Fans.
Of Handkerchiefs.
Largo variety Hemstitched and Colored Bor
ders al 9c.
Puro linen Hemstitched nnd Colored Bor
dered ntlO, 12, nnd 15c.
Pure Linen Embroidered, VV hlto and Colorod.
21,25, and 29c.
Fasiizt Supplies.
USl! CISItFS,
STEltLING,
BlINNlIOr.A,
GILT KIKU:, or
OOt.DCN HILL
FLOUR,.
Aud ou will altvaja have Beautiful Bread,
I'.olls, and lilsculls,
W bolcsalo Dcpol, corner First street and Indl
una avenue.
WM. M. GALT Ss CO.
ANGLO-AMERICAN
Insurance Co.,
No. 629 P Stroot N. W
WASHINGTON, D. C
ISBDB
Fire and Marine Policies
Wlicelcr & Wilson Mfg. Cos
NEW
No. 8 Sewing Machine
THK GIIISAT SILi:NT SllWISR.
AoIinntvloilRod to bo ll'o Lightest Klin-
DliiGT Itlnclilno on tlio aiarl.ot.
j:sy to loam und ony
to buy I
OU'irF, A'il NIMH STItHhT N. w
WANTKD-10 KNOW TUB I1KST TDItrCISU
sod Ituuiaa .aths In W&thlujnoD, go to
Bhuld'i. on K st.nrarUth N W.I cslabllslied la
1H71 shanipocr of 14 years' .xiMrl.nea at thl
Miabuiliuient, ClosM at 1 o'clock Bundsr,
flllNNA OITICIAN COMl'ANY.
tcoo rmraaYLYAinA avkmdk.
QIOSON DUOS.,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTINO,
r.mujlvaala tv.aue, soathetrt corner 18th strati
Ths lnst prlntlnr boos. In thi dtr.
l'rlaUniofalldeacrlptlonarromptlrlCztcntadlil
tt. Host tltjlt MA at Lowest Batas.
1
-Pfeta
DRY GOODS !
GUXNNXP'S,
404 and 400 Sovonth Stroot.
New Spring and Summer Goods
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.
Just received from auction a large line of Embroideries, which wc are
idling from 3c a yard up to $3,50.
Housekeeping Goods of every kind. Large assortment and low prices.
SPRING NOVELTIES IN
Dress Goods and Summer Silks !
Check, Plaid, and Striped Sattoens and Other Wash Fabrics.
Hosiery for tho Million Inrgo Shipments Arrhing Dnlly.
Ladies' Lisle Thread Hose, 15c
Children's lllack and Colored Cotton Hose, ribbed, sizes 5 to 8j4, 35c.
Men's Fancy Striped and Colored Half Hose, 25c
Large assort ment of Men's Furnishings, Neckwear, Collars, Cuffs, &c.
Laundered and Unlaundcred Shirts, at
SB H 3D "CT O 3B 3D PEIOBS.
3E3 ifnii 3E3 3D 3u
AGENTS
Phillip Best Brewing Company's
MILWAUKEE BEER.
PURITY !
AGE!
lror Bnlo liy Dealers Oonorally. Ofllco nnil Depot Corner North Cupltol and Q
treats Nortlicnst, AVnshlncton, T. C. Toloplionc. S08-3
t fv.,
Copyright 1SS0.
Honest Efforts to Secure Your Patronage!
While not disposed to claim a superior Roodncss or airrcatcr lovofir mankind than
lsusually found In business, tho I.ONDON AND LlVKItrOOL CLoriUNO
Coail'ANVdocsbclletoInlicepluijbcforo thopuhllo tho advantaRLS It oircrs. First
nnd foremost, w o keep notliliiK but rillablo Roods; tecondly, wo aro careful to lead all
others In fit and finish, and last, but not least, tt o retail cood clothing at wholesale prices.
A lino Spring Overcoat at S7 00, would do cheap at 810.
A lino Spring Overcoat at 810, would bo chcon at 15.
A cood Spring Business Suit nt 7.W. ....
An All-wool Casslmero Suit at 810, enn't bo matched In this city for less than 811.
A lino lllack 4 button Cntatt ay Suit at 310, that Is worth $19.
Mo linve a full lino of Mixed Cheviot aud Casslmero Suits, lliuttoii Cutaway aud
Sack", at prices that will astonish sou. I
We havo n lull lino ot I'rlnco Albert Bulls frort $11 DO upwards.
An ytu wool, 1!1uibudiuo i lunuei Olllt
I or lint s from 13 to 18 j cars tt o havo a
up to WOO,
CIIILUKKN'S SUITS I
tt o havo a fullllno of Children's Suits
TANTS I PANTS I
JOOOl'nlrof Odd rants for Men and Bojs, fim 81 .
Children's I'auts from ' cents up.
The London and Liverpool Ming Co.,
Corner Soicnlli and 0 Streets.
Oak Hall, Corner
OFFERINGS FOR EASTER WEEK.
A splendid lino of Business Bulls at 80, 87 CO, SO, 81050, and 812-best values ever
oflcicd.
UnollrtssBults at 812 60, 813 60,815,818, and 8J), at least 23 per cent, less thanlIL.0
ccods can bo boimht lor olsewhoro. ,
All-ttool 1 lanncl Suits, Indigo ilj o, at 810 would bo cheap at 812
o hat o suits to lit any .hapo short nud fat, Iour and thin, or ordinary shapes,
Norfolk Bulls In great tarlety.
1 Ino lllack Cloth Halts at 83), worth 810
lllack, llrown, or llluo Corkscrotv Suits at 810, worth fully 816,
Spring Overcoats at 80, 37.60, 89, 810 60, 812, and 313-grcaU.st bargains over ofllrcJ.
Ton TIOYS IS TO 18.
COttTirtMATION SUITS Tho most la'tldlous mother, caeer to solcct tho most bo."
coming suit for this great occasion, will find Just what she desires, and at prices .which
will add toherjoyaswcll as to thatoftho boy. Wo have them In plain and Norfolk
btjlesfromtsup.
FOB HOYS B TO IS YlSAltS.
A mapnlllcent lino of Tlaln, 1'laltcd, and Norfolk Suits from 82.60 up
Knee l'anu Irom 60o up. I ull lino of Shirt W alsts at 33o and upward.
A complclo lino from 81 23 up,
OAK HALL, Cor.
WE ABE DELIVERING
CRUSHED COKE
to any part of Washington or Goorgotown, at tho rato
S3.70 for 40 Busholfl, and
$2.50 for 25 Bushols; and
COKE NOT CRUSHED
40 Bushols for $2.90.
25 Bushols for $2.00.
ORDERS PROMPTLY TILLED.
Washington Gaslight Company,
Tcath Street,
DRY GOODS !
FOB
STRENGTH !
"Tlie man who docs not drive his
business will soon find that his busi
ness drives him."
This is the man whose business
drives him. Wc don't keep a grind
stone, but wc do keep a
Complete Stock of Spring Clothing.
Newest In style, honest in make, and
every garment guaranteed.
Tor men wc would like to show
you our $15, 17.50, 20, and 25
Business and nail Dress Suits.
For young men, our 10, $12.50,
i5 $17.50! and $20 Suits.
For boys, our new style Sailor
Suits.
Call and look at these, and if they
are not the newest and most stylish,
the bet made and the best to buy,
don't buy them.
E. B. Barnum & Co.,
!)31 Fcnnn. Avcuno.
Ul 91 (
full Hit of Su't
till!
111, 85 0), 83 51, 83 0),
S'S SUITS t
n.W, 5J.75, and up to 810.
'dl
at 82, f
.S
Tenth and F Streets.
ODD l'ANTS.l
Our motto No troublo to show goods at
Tenth and F Sts.
near D Northwest,
si
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