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THE NA IONAL REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 23, 1886.
&CLOI&&7S, f$3$v& K SPECIALTY MADE IN Ladles', Misses', nnd Children's COSTUMES! Appropriate for Street and Ilonso Wear. alio largest nnd most comiiloto assort lncnt over dlspln) eil. Mado from the very latent materials nnd In n Rrcnt variety of choice shaden nnd colon. A Complete Assortment of Jackets and Jersey Waists and Jackets A Very Inree and Varied Lino of Fashionable Wraps AND Plain and Embroidered Shawls and Scarfs. TOASTER OPENIKO. (Successor to Perry A Brother), WILL Ol'JiN ON HA8TER. MONDAY 1M 1'ILCFB 4-4 l'KINrEI) BATISTES IN ENTIRE LY KKW AND HTYLWII DESIGNS t 15o a yd. DOrHXhS EXTHA FINU 1'IUNTKtl I'tlllE LINEN I.AWNH, IN NEAT AND DESIRABLE l'ATTEIlNSotaVjajarrt. NOVELTIES IN WHITE AND ECRU EM BROIDERED SWIM MUSLINS, from ta to 00c. i:.('H)sivj:stvles"inemuiqidered batiste and canvas roues. COMPtLTE STOCK OF IMPORTED WniTE GOODS. NEW INDIA LINEN3 AND VICTORIA LAWN, from 1M to Mo n yarn. . MnVFRKNClrnnd ENllMSII NAINSOOKS, 1'KRSIAN LAWNS, IIATI8TB CLAIRE. WKLT riQUES. I'RINCEfcS LAWNS, FRENCH PER- NOVFLTlUs'lN ANDERSON'S I-LAIN AND TUFTFII SCOTCH ZI'I'IIYIW. NOVELTIES IN INDIA CIHMKLES. , IMMENSE ASSORTMENT 01" PLAIN, FIO TJREII. STRIPED, AND SIDE HAND TRENCH BATI.ENS, MADE TO MY EXPRESS ORDER BY 01101. ROMAN, MAIlOIMN & CO. "LIOHT-WEIOIIT" PLAIN AND rANCY TRENCH DRESS TEXTURI.S. ,. NOVELTIES IN PRINTED CIIALLIS DE- KVprLAiN AND FIGURED INDIA SILKS ot tl, 81.23, tl 50, and tl.li. 'l!xTUA GOOD VALUES" IN SURAHS, TtHADAMLS. AND QROS GRAIN BILKS, at SI, S1.25, and (1.C0. ALLTllfc LATEST AND MOST APPROVED STYLES IN PARASOLS, 8UN UMBRELLAS, AND CARRIAGE SHADES. ... NEW SILK, IJ8LE THREAD; AND COTTON HOSIERY FOR LADIES, UENTLEMEN, AND S3rpuNFIGURES AND CORRECT PRICES. B1SATON PKRltX, terry ruildino. pennsylvania avenue, corner 8tn st. established 1840. JUST RECEIVED. A CARLOAD OF OUR Imitation Mahogany Chamber Suites, (EctcI Claw and Brass Candelabras,) Which wo oro selling y AT $S9.7G. i KliSr VAMJK EVER OFFERED. Carpets and All Floor Coverings AT cost rmcE. W. H. HOEKE'S, 801 Market Space, 808-310 8th St. FLOUR ! BAKES MORE BREAD, BAKES WHITER BREAD, BAKES BETTER BREAD, Tlinn Any Other Flour Mnun facturcil. If You Are Not Using Pillsbury's Best ! Ask for It. liny No Other. BAltllOUIt & HAMILTON, SOLI! AGENTS. ANGLO-AMERICAN Insuranco Co., No. 620 F Stroot N. W vf AsniNOTorr, v. o.,i I83UB Fire and Marine Policies JOHN It. KELLY, Dealer lu llral clou BETF, LAMB.VEAL, Corned Reel a SpC' dally. (31.1Tb. RIB AOO .. MA IW . -1... ........ wing, and 200 and SOU Northern Liberty Mar Vet, or address Box 600 city Post ohico, Mar IietlniT delivered frco lo all parts of the city. TTIKNNA omciAM COMPANT, 1 leoo pinraorLVAaiA avehus, &i)il L tub sMAtiii Tmxas or a dat. Minor Occurrences In nnd About the City HrleOr 1'nL Toolli filling mado painless by tho Iho of cocaine by 8. T. Mason, dentist, 213 Four and. a-Iinir street northwest. Edgar w, Dcnlson, against whom an Indict rncniuas found charnlnir him with forgory, was ycstirday released an 7W ball. The death rato for last week was 70 wlilta 33, colored 43. Deatltnttepotl.OOO per annum uhlto 12 02, colored 82.40; total population, 19.77. Gtn. John C Trcmont will prcsldo at the lc ttiro to be delivered by Ocn. Turchln on tha luutlo of Missionary Itidgo at the National Itlfles' Hall to-nlgbt. . At tho meeting or the Grocers' Association last night liny applications for membership "were favorably acted upon, nnd reports on tha condition of trade wero read, Tho residence and offlco of tho late Richard T. Merrick, lion and 130S F street, havo been sold to C. C. Wlllsrd for SBO.OO), whloh aires Mr. Wlllard nearly all the property on tho block. Mr. Campbell Carrlngton has succcoded In compromising with tbo Baltimore and Poto mac Railroad Company the cao of Mrs. Sarah Wiggins, who was Injured on Four-and-a-half street samo tune ilnee. Campbell Ji Co. erected sfock indicator In Baltlmoro lately similar to tho ono placed by them In this city. Tho authorities tticro ob jected to It as being tv gambling device Camp, bell was ordered to stottlu niierAtton. and hit refusal to doso led to his arrest and relcasaou 82,000 ball on Tuesday Al a tncclin? of tho directors nf tho Wiuhlnrr. ton and St. Mary'a Railroad Company In Phila delphia Monday a purchaso contract for 3,iwo acres of buid and water property at St. Mary's, Mil., for harbor purposes was ratified. Tho sum of 1 100,000 was appropriated for docks nnd com. mcnccnicnt of the road from Bt. Mary's to this city. Don't fall lo attend tha great ball game At this tlma hare lightning rods repaired or new oucs. J, II. Kuebllng, Lodge Meeting To-Nlsht. The following lodges meet to-night at tho places named : I. O. O. V. Columbian, No. 10. 0 Jd Fellows' Hall; Oriental, No. IV, Odd Fellows' Hall; Irlcndshlp.No. 12, comer Pcnnsylvanlaavcnuo and Twentieth sttcct. Knights of Ptthlas Union, No. 22, Jonadab Hall, ;c.'l Fourteenth street northwest; Nelson DU lslon, No. 22, 030 Pennsylvania avenue. . Any and all Eastor cards or novelties at half price at Whltak.cr's. l'lro In a School. Joslo Dobson, a C-ycar-old girl, lives next lo SL Peter's Parochial School Building, on E street, near Fourth toutbeast. Sho was playing in her yard about I.-40 p. in. yesterday wheu sho discovered smoko rushing out of the garret window of Ibe school building. Sho gave tho alarm. Tho school children heard tho cry of tiro and lux few minutes they wcrooutof tho building. The alarm from box 017 brought out the department. Tho lira Mas discovered In the upper story of tbo building between tho celling nnd the roof. Fathers Donohuo and Sullivan, with tho asUtanco of friends, re moved tbo nrtlclcs on tho altar to a place of safety. Tho serious aspect of tbo flames caused a special alarm to bo turned In. Dur ing the tiro tn 0 flromen were ovcrcomo by tho heat and tho itnoko and were iresoucd la n partly Insrnslblo condition. Tho damage Is es timated otaLout $2,000, fully covored by Insur ance No ttrcs had been built lu tho furnaces and no clew could bo obtained as to how tho lire originated. Bff tho Mikado lithograph for 25 cents at Vt bilakcr's, 1103 l'cnnsj lvanla avenue. Bsso ball I baso ball I Capitol Park, 130. A 1'cnltont Sinner. They held a meeting In Chicago tho other night for redeemed drunkards, during tha progress of which a tough looking membor of tho congregation or0o from tho contcr of tho houso oud mid I "Do you want tcr hear tbo 'spcrlenco of n drunkard? I'm a drunkard. I'm stlnkln' drunk now." A friend at his side pullod hlscoaltall as a warning lo stop, but, turning to him, the drunkard continued : Oh I I'mglvln' It layer straight. It's on the dead square. I know what It is ta do tho iriuarc-drluk act, and I want tcr quit. I was steered In here by this patty," la lug his baud on his friend's bead as ho sat down. "I'll tell sou bow It Is, boys," said his friend, rising. "I did steer this man In here, and I want to quit drlnkln', too. I wont you all to pray fcr mo." "Hold on them I" said tho other, Jumping up. "I forgot to say that I want ycr tcr pray fir me, loo." Err. tbo CO cent Victor fountain pen. cheapest and bett In market, at Wbltakct'd, 1103 Pcnn sj l anla ai enuc The Injunction Dissolved. Chief Jusllco Canter yesterday heard tho motion for an injunction in tho equity causo of Ferdinand King against tho Cltisons' Fqultablo Association of Georgetown, denied tro injunction and dissolved tha restraining order. Tho object of tho application was to enjoin tho ralo of Mr. King's property in Georgetown to satisfy tho deeds of trust given as security for rnoucs s advanced to him by tho association. Ho asserted that thcro n era errors In tho statement as to his Indebtedness and asked tho delay of tho sale until an ac count could bo rendered, lie thought that ho was in tho association's debt about S3 000, and ir such should prove tho fact be would pay it. Tbo chief Jiutico held that as there was an ad mitted amount of indebtedness tbcro was no good causo shonn for delaying tho sale aud declined to tie tbo property up pending tbo litigation In tho case. Mr. W. D.CaMn ap peared for Mr. King, and Messrs. C. 11. Crogln, jr., and D. A. Bond for tho association. Carnival, n Street Rink, to night. Father Magulro's Funeral. The funeral of Father Magulro took placo cslerday morning from St. Aloyslus Church. The congregation was very large. Tho cere monies consisted of mattnrand lauds, and tho offlco of tbe dead uas chanted byprlests In tho sanctuary, followed by low mass. The cele brant was Iter. Father Fulton, provincial of tho New Ynrk-Mar) land dloccce. Archbishop Gibbons, of Baltimore, was present during tho lauds, and gave final absolution after tho mass. Nearly all tho city pastors wero present, as alroromotulrtv vliltlnc dcrcv. lather Ful ton delltcrcd tho eulogy. Tbo interment was hod In tho Jesuit cemetery In tbo Georgetown Colli go grounds. Tbe pallbearers wero Messrs. T. A. Rarer, D, Council, James Fullcrton, A. II. Coppcs, Thomas Kirby, Morris Murphy, Mmon 1'cnncll, John Rover, John J. Fuller, John Elbert. Lawienco Fleming, John Smllb. Maurlco Joyce, J. Ferry, Frank D. Ormo, and John J, Hurley. Tin: MUado lltogranh given to every pur chaser of flvo 25 cent boxes of flna luicu noto paper end envelopes, Ho llftinembercd the Poor. Tho register yesterday received tbo will of the lato Samuel I Shrcvo for probate and record. The testator leaves his cntlro estate to his wife during her life. At her death tho executors aro to sell all tho property and glvo one-half tbo proceeds to St. 'ihcrcso's Catuollo Church, of Unlontown, to bo applied as tho potior may consider best. Tho remaining half la to bo divided into flvo equal parts, una of eachghen to Bt. Vincent's Orphan Asylum, St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum, St. Ann's Infant Asylum. Homo for Aged Peoplo In cbargoof the I Itllo Sisters of tho Poor, and tho remain ing llllli lo St, Vincent de Paul's Society, ts be cicnacd lu charity, Caiimvai,, i: Street Ring, lo-ulght. Mnrrlnce Licenses. The following niarrlago licenses havo bcon issued' John Dyer and Barah Butler; C. J. Em tio and Susie Jackson 1 Chris. V. Bland and Jauo Trimble, Thomas A. Cannon and Magglo Long; Henry Waro and Margaret Lo Ware; I O. Howard and MlnnloT. Clifton; ti.L. Hlnson and Annlo It. Forrester: J. T, Sweeney and Alcalha K. llogan; Jeremiah Mclhurst and Mary F, Gibson: Edward Manlgault.of London, Ontario, aud Hattlo W. llarnnelLof this city; Edward Barnard and Wllhelmlna H. p. Ehrn hardt; Hlco Randolph and Rebecca Carroll; Ccorgo F, 1 ugel and Annie M. Lancr. Shan and Glillgan Nationals' battery to day. t l.loitTf irni Rnra of sufficient surface and properly placed are to lightning what a good 1 oof Is to rain. J. II, Kuebllng, Miss Dean In Trouble. A requisition was brought hero yostordsy from Gov. rilshugh Lee, of Virginia, by Deputy High Constablo Frank Bain, of Norfolk, for (llad)s Dean, who Is wanted in Norfolk, V., to answer tho chargo of larceny of clothing from Belle Brown, valued at 1170. Tho requisition was delivered to Chief Justice Canter, and tho party ordered to be surrendered. Subsequently a writ of habeas corpus was obtained and tbo parly held until 10 o'clock this morning, when a hearing will take place. 11 1 CiwavAf, EBtrcetRInkr to-night. Ilatllo Minor Convicted. Battle Minor w as yesterday convicted In tho criminal court oi committing perjury in the lltltdlvorco suit and uotloa given of amotion In orrctt of Judgment. 1 I. 1 Great championship game to day at 1,3). Itncel Itacel ltacel T he unfinished 2.W class, pacers will bo paced In n finish ut S p. m, this evening at Urlgutwood latk, Admission free to all. Hit THOUGHT SHK WA3 ltlCH. And IVIion lle,I.oovrd Ilia Mlstako llegnn ta Trent Her .Cruelly A Dl- orcc. Sslllo H. Hoover una Harry II. Golden wero married in this city on tho 10th of September last by tho llov. Charles it. Baldwin, and yesterday eho petitioned for tllvorco and permission (o resume her maiden name It teems that ho acquaint ance between tha couple prior to marrlago was short, and lie represented that ho was a well-to-do actor, nnd carried oat his part eo well ns to dccclvo her into committing matrimony with htm. From that time to tbo present tho taya. that ho ,tiu not con tributed one dollar toward her support, and tbo only Ihlne lie-over gavo her resembling money was it (to confederate noto with which ho suggested that eho pay hit bills. Uho alto inakettbo graver chargo that within a abort time after marrlago ho commenced to sys tematically Ill-treat her, cruelly aoaaulted nnd heather, ond an almoatdally occurronco was ttrlldng her. In addition the com plain J of bU Infidelity and ot hit desertion of her In December last. As ho was loav Inp bo remarked that bo did not intend to return, at ha wot mistaken in her. Ho thought sho was a tlch woman, but had discovered that tho had neltllur money nor property. Cahsival, E Btrcct Rink, to-night. ' 1 1 Mr. ICIlbonru Is Free Again, Upon tho meeting of Iho criminal court yes terday morning District Attorney Worthtngton asked permission, which was granted, to enter miollo pros, in tho cass of Hallet Kllbourn, In dicted March 27, 1870, for refusing to tostlfV bo foro an Investigating committee of tho llouso of Representatives. Many citizens will recol lect the Inquiry Into what was known as tho real cstato pool, and Mr, Kllbourn being sum moned to prodnco his books aud papers. Deny ing tho right to make such an Inquiry, Mr. Kll bourn rcluscd to comply with tho doraand, and finally was committed to Jail, adjudged to be In coDlcmpt. Ho was subsequently relented on habeas corpus, rearrested under tho Indict ment, nnd admitted to ball. A for months later ho Instituted a suit against tho speaker, Houso committee, and scrgeant-at-arms for 160,000 damages. This caso was carried to tho t-uprcmo Court of the United States, whore a decision was unanimously rendered that Mr. Kllbonrn's arret and confinement was Illegal, and ho was entitled to recover damages, but letting out all tho defendants In tho caso except tbo scrgeant-at-arms, Thompson. At the first trial of tho caso a verdict for 9103,000 was returned nnd set aside. Permission was then obtained to amend tho declaration, and tho amount of damages sued for was Increased tofsno.OCO. On tbo second trial a verdict for KiO.ooowosgUon, and this sas also set aside. At tbo third cnort tho Jury found for Mr. Kll bourn for (37,000. Tbo court subsequently de cided that ir tbo ptalntliT srould accept a ro inlttur for 817,600, Judgment would be ordered entered up for tbo remaining $20,000. Tha compromlte was accepted, and last year Con- frcss inado an appropriation In satisfaction of ho Judgment, In asking lor tbo nolio pro). District Attorney Worthlngton snld that tho ' Indictment had died a natural dotth, and It was proper It should bo decently burled." Casey ond McOulro l'huadolphlos' battery. Tbo American Surgical Society. Tbo annual meeting of tho American Surgi cal Society began in tho r catling room of tho army medical museum oiijTcnth street yester day, Dr, MoscsGunn, of Chicago, the presi dent, presided and mado an nddross of wel come, and read a paper on "Surgery of tho Nctscs," The following mombcrs wore pres ent: Christopher Johnson, vlco president, Bal timore: J. R. Vieitt, secretary, Richmond, Iud ; John II. Brlnton, treasurer, Phlladslphls; J, F.wlng ilnari, recorder, Philadelphia; 8, N. Bcubnm, Pittsburg, Fa.; J.8. Hillings, U. S, A.; Wru.T. Brlggs, Nru-hvlllc; W. ILOarmalt, New Haven, Conn.; P. S. Conner, Cincinnati; N. P. Dondrldgc. Cincinnati: Samuel W. Gross, Phil ndclphla: J. C Hutchinson, Brooklyn: O. II. Mastln, Mobile, Ala.; K. M. Moore, Rochester, N. Y.; John K. Owens, Chicago; Wat. II. Pan coast, Philadelphia; Roswcll Park, Buffalo, N. Y.; Charles T. l'arkcs, Chicago; T. F. Prowltt, fct. Louis; David Prlmo, Jacksonville 111.! N. Scnn, Milwaukee; Alan P. Smith,' Baltimore; Mcplicn Smith, Now York city: L. UcLauo Tlliany, Baltimore, and A. Vaudervccr, Al banyN, Y. Alter tho address an cxecntlva session was held and then a recess was taken until 2 o'clock. Alter recess a nancr was read br Dr. Christopher Johnson, of Baltlmoro, on "Dlags nottlcal Ijiparotomy," which was followod by a oucussion parucipaioa in ny urs. vanucr vcer, Mean, McGulre. and Parkos. The association will remain In session until Saturday afternoon, holding each day a morn lDtrand afternoon session. To morrow even ing the annual dinner will bo given at Wclck-i Nosr Jurors Drawn. The following names woro yeslerdsy drawn' from tbo box for Jurors of tho next term ot tbo circuit court commencing ou tbo second Mon day in May: JI. B. Ottcrback, sr 1201 Tenth street southeast; Edward Abner, 703 E street northwest; J. II. Henderson. 1211 street northwest; Edward F. Droop, 023 Pennsylvania avenue; BcnJ. MUlcr, 3120 M street northwest; Richard Earnsbaw, 001 Tenth street southeast; W, L. Cherry. 714 Tenth street inorthwest: Wm.l P. Brown, 421 Ninth street southeast; Jtoberc Ledlng, 1103 Pennsylvania avenue: Elphonso Youcrs. 428 Ninth street northwest; Arthur Jackion, 1721 Fifth street northwost : Jno. A J uamuion, -'11 r. street nnrtnwcst; Eawaru t., F. Tuincr,32l Flcs'cntb street southeast; Genu T. Howard, 113 E street northwest; Robert R, Colbert, 1C2 O street northwest; Oeo. II. Tmn-t nell, 811 Market Space; A. 8. Garden, Jr., near Anncostla; W, H. Tavener, Conduit road; BcnJ. F. Stolgcr. 1303 F street northwest; It. W. Walker, Seventh street road; O. W. Olfdlt, 3215 M street northwest: Sam'l Williams, 1410 Plorca Place; Jno. II. 1'ralson, 010 Nineteenth street; Jno. F. Mlddleton, 1232 I street northwest; W. E. Hallcck, Fifth and II streets northwest: Geo, M. Joy cc, 1703 Pennsylvania avenue. Caenivil, T. Street Rink, to night. Large Ileal Fstate Sales. The following sales havo Just been mado by Messrs. Fitch, Fox & Brown: Lots 1, 5, 0, 7, and 8, in square 192, for Alblgcnco II. Brown, to James FJackron. Jr., for 33,400. Tbcsololshavo a Irontago of 217 feet on Sixteenth street and 212 feet on It street. For Prof. O. Brown Goode; toL. y. Funk, brick housoNo. 1613 T street, for 81,300, and In tho subdivision of Lanlor Holghts tots 4, 08, and do, for Mrs. Elisabeth Lantcn Dunn, to Donald Mcpherson and Dr. M. P. Flm lev. for fO.l'O: lots 78 atld 79. to Prof. O. Brown Goode, for J2, RiO; lot"!, to John B. Schmltt, for Sfi"5; lot 1, to Mrs. Annas, Guttirldge, for SJ,s 335.02; lots 02 and 03, to Mrs. Fannlo C. Morcr,' for 81,662 29, nnd lots 22 nnd 21, to Georgo Mar tin, for S2.70O, for C.F. E. Richardson, to Mli Mary C. do Grnflcurcld, sublots 08,09, and 70, lnsquaroD07, forSl.0.12, and to tho samo pur chaser, for MaJ. O. C. Goodloc, U. 8. M, V , subJ lots 21. 25, and 20, In squara 170, for 31.3-W, turuugu u 11, 1, icipoiu. " ' m The Sesvoraite Systom. Tbo commissioners havo sent to Congress au amendment to tbo District, appropriation bill providing that in tho settlement of tho account between the United States and District of Co lumbia for tbo cost of tho completion of the) sowerago system In the District, tho latter shall be credited as a payment upon Its proportion of tho Indebtedness, with ono half or all draw back certificates hcrctoforo rccelrcd as gcnoral taxes. Theso payments date back as far as 1675, and will extinguish noarly the entire sewerage indebtedness of tho District. Philadelphia vs. Nationals to-day, 4.30. Mrs. Mnreau Got JSxelted. Mrs, Marcau, oi 1229 G street, was fined n yesterday for slapping tho 7-year-old son of Mrs. Ellat Webb, of 12210 street, Thoboy.lt Is staled, struck Mrs, Marcau's infant. Mr. Mareau got excited at tbe sentenco and ho stepped up to Mrs. Webb In a threatening was. Judgo Snell cooled him jlowu with a lino of tlO, and put him under bonds to keep tbo peace. EXECUTIVE IXgQBMATIOy. Mr. JI. A. Turner, of Tennessee, has reslneli n 51,100 clerkship la tbe roslotuco Uiipnrtraeut.1 Assistant Knclntcr 1'. O. Goodwin, United Btatcsnsry, retired, died at his home In Asto ria, N. Y., on Saturday morning of consump tion. Secretary Whitney has called the attention of tho officials In charge of tbe work of com. pletlue tho now cruisers to tbo nolay In BCtthij iho Atlanta ready for sea, and dlrectluz Ibit tbo work bo pushed, Tbo hoard on additional ,naval vcssols was In testlon yesterdoyi becrctary Whitney being lu attendance as he will bo at all tbo sesdoni) of tbo board, desiring to glia hUparsonal at-, tcntlon to tha matters comlog before It. Good! thing; I Tho brewers' bond Ml! bavin; become a la-r tho commissioner of Internal rcteuuo will telegraph to-day to tbo col lectori to accept the new boniK wlilch Incrcaio tho amount ono third, but are rcnewablo but oaeo within four )curs Instead or annually as under tho old law, Tho resignation of William' Fletcher as chief, of tbe louns and currency division of the "treasury Department has Men acnaptcd to tako effect June Land Mr. a U Miller, ehUfl of a division of tho register's oaico, huhoeii detailed lo act as chief of tho formor iHruioii until a permauout appolntmeut slutl havo been made. In answer to tho request by the Local As sembly, K. of L., that lanvasslnj of the de. partmenls for contributions to sustain tho western striker La allowed, Secretary Lamar has replied that any modification of the rule i prohibiting canvoulng would result in nutntr ous similar applications. There Is no obltlon to eniploc leavlne coutrlUuilons with tbo walchiiicii, should incy bo authorized l re celt o tbe money by Iho Kulg'ut of labor, Easter Week! BARGAINS. King's Palace Great Easter Sale. $50,000 Worth of Millinory TO HE SLAUGHTERED. No Excuse for You Not to Buy I Straw Hab and Bonncfe, Trimmed nnd TJntrlmmed, For Ladies, Misses, anil Children, at Your Own Trices. Gloves, Ribbons, Tips, and Flames, At Remarkably Low Prices, LACE OATS AND TAIUSOLS At Manufacturers' l'rlces. Our largo assortment of .'VIS IT E'S At cost to closd balanoo of stock. Also tho cntlro stock of B0UCLE JACKETS and JERSEYS Havo to go. Special Sale of Laces ami Gloves King's Palace 8U Seventh Street. London Bazar, 715 Market Space. 1RED TICKET DAY EVERY FRlDiY I Wo wish to al general attention to tho fact that wo aro now showing tho largost, best, aud most varied assortment of tho Yery LalestKoYeltles In Fine Millinery Tbo low prices at which wo mark our stock make It an object for every lady to Inspect theso goods before cflectlng her purchases. Prepare for Easter! Ladies' Trimmed Hats, In great variety, at 83.15, 12.07, S3 35, 13.51, 83 07, CI, f 1.25, up to 10. Theso hats aro not purchased by tho dozen, but trimmed by our own milliners; thercforo wo can assure our cus tomers of tho style and quality being correct. Ribbons, AU styles nnd quality, from Sc a yard and up. Flowers. Finest Imported Flowers, from o to 730 a spray. Tills, All shades In season, at 25, 37, and 500 a bunch. Plumes, Every stylo and (hade, from 35, 49, 50, 75c, tl and upward. Lacos. Big lot of Orientals from So to 50c. 1 lot 8-inch Lace, Oriental, at Sic. 0 Laco Caps. 1 lot of 40 dozen lace caps only Oc, worth 25o Infants' Caps, mado of Corded French Mus lin, handsomely trimmed with Lace. 37c, Hosiery, Infanta' Cloaks, Parasols, Kid (Jlotcs, Silk Gloves, Corsets, Embroideries, Kcjiliyrs. Children's Drossos, From 2 to 10 years, all tho- latest stylos, and hundreds of other articles too,numrou to mention. ' RED TICKET DAY EYEUY FRIDAY! COME AND YUIT THE London Bazar LACES. LACES. LACES. LACES. Running on Laces To-day AT The Bon Marche. 'Startling Lace Sale.! 15c 10 pattorns Black Silk Ohantillv Laco (to AT I ill BOloct jrpmj, 4, I UUlTUWUBt IS gUUU VU1UU lib HOU, fe 20 pattorns Handmado Torohon Laco, 2" 1-2 to 5 inohos wide An examination of thorn will show thoir real valuo at 18o. AT ik 4 boautiful pattorns Black Wool Plouno- ings, 32 inohos wido J roally worth $1.25. AT k, Blaok "Wool Lacos, dlUbront pattorns, 4 inohos wido. Examino it closoly, and you will soo ltsroal valuo. AT QQn Ohoico of tho Blaok, Cronm, and Eoru AT , silk Spanish Lacos, 5 inohos wido, diflbront L U U I designs, very largo assortmont. $1,98 Blaok Silk inohos wido. $2.69. AT 1Cft Ohoico of 8 beautiful pattorns Egypi Jl Laco, 8 inohes wido. You will consider UUI good valuo at23o. AT Pi Qfl Blaok and Croam Spanish Guip VI s4 purosilk. Never 'has boon sold AT $1,99 AT 98c 13 inohes wido Blaok Puro Silk Spanish Guipuro Flounoings. Examino it. AT Bosidos tho abovo.wo would calLyour attention to 'tho ontiro stock of L A, C E S, Which havo boon reduced in prico for this sale. 'kjc'irkick'Mt'kiK'kcickit'k Sinrillng Embroidery Sale. I Rcc our Swiss Enibroldorlcs at 12Ki 21, S3, ftna&SC. - AT - TheBon Marche 316-318 SEVENTH STREET. BEST TRUNK FOR $10 THAT WAS EVER SOLD. Xargo elze, Icatheror zluccovcrod, Iron bottom, bard wood cleats, etccl clamps, and finished Insula with muslin. For f i.SO wo filvo a small leather or zlnc-covcred trunk, with Iron bottom, bard wood cleats, and tray. For $18 wo clvo you tho best track harness over mado tor tho price; all hand made, of No. 1 oak tannod leather. Other goods ot our own and other makes at equally low prices. "XOEaZui'S, 1231 Pa. Avenue' TT.W. Slvaio Stores, mmmm Gil JOii I1'. H & CO., No,937Pa.Ave.N.W. Faxizy Svrrziza. USE CKltlES, STKIUCINO, MINNKOLA, CULT 1IDOH, or Gor.nuS urr.L FLOUR, And you will always havo Beautiful Dread, Itolls, and IllsculU. Mliolcsalo Depot, corner First street and Indi ana avenuo. WM, M. GALT & CO. Whcelor & Wilson Mfg. Co.'s NEW No. 8 Sewing Macliine TUB GREAT SILENT SEWER. Acknowledged to be tl'o Lightest Itun- nlner Blnchlno on the lllurhet. ISnsy to learn nnd etisy to buy I OFFICE, 437 NINTH STREfcT N. Vf WEBER PIANOS. ,i&Sk LACES. LACES. LACES LACES. 5, and 6 inolios wido. Tuo Guipuro Flounoings, 88 Wo havo sold tho Bamo at Blaok and Croam Spanish Guipuro Wott, puro silk. Never 'has boon sold loss than $1.65. WoolEsourial Flounoings, 40 inohos wido; Browns, Navy, Cash more. Stnrtling Ilandkorcliiof Sale. Sco our Cent's Furo Llncu Ucmstltohcd Handkerchiefs at 17 and 20o. MuaxaBTORna. TI1E LEADING INSTRUMENTS I DECKER 'IAM BROS. FISCHER, AND ESTEY PIANOS ! ESTEY ORGANS. , pianos iron RENT. SANDEESSTAYMAN, f JAItVIS 11TJTLER IN CHAKai!), OENJIItAL MANAGEK3, 034 IT Street Northwest, Washington, IS N. Charles Street. Baltimore. mmMm PIANO-FORTES, Unequaled. In Tone, Touch, Workmanship, and Dura bility. Second-M Pianos at Ml Prices. TIANOS FOR KENT. WM. KNABE & 00., 817 MAltlCET Sl'ACE. WAItEROOMS t OALTIMORK-204-200 W. Usltlmort St. KKW YOUK-U3 Bill ST.. WADUINUTON-817 Market space. TjAsies' Goons. MISS ANNIE K. ntJMPnliEY, 430 TtNTU STBEirr V. VI MAKES CORSETS TO OltDHIt, In every style and material, and guarantees perfoct lit aud comfort. Iler specialties are French Hand-mad. Under clothing, Merino Underwear, and Finest Imnorud Hosiery, I'atent Bhenlder BracM and all Drees Reform Goods, French (lorsets and Bustles, Ohlldreu's Out sets, and a Una Dollar Corset (Miss U.'s own mass) test for tlie price le unsurpassed. H. Si French, Uamian, and Bpanlsh spoxen. 1 IBSON BROS., BOOK AND JOll rWNTINO, rcnntjlvaula aveuue, southeast cor, istti at. The largert pilntlng houso In the city. I'rltitiiiR of ull descriptions Promptly l!xo culcd In tbo Bist Btylo aud at Lowest Kates, DRY GOODS ! GUINNIP'S, 404 and 406 Sovonth Stroot. ,New Spring and SPECIAL ANNOUKOEMENT. Just received from auction a large line of Embroideries, which we are selling from 3c q yard up to fa.$o. 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 Largo Shipments Arriving Dally. Ladies' Lisle Thread Hose, 15c Children's Black and Colored Cotton "Hose, ribbed, sires 5 to 8, 25c. Men's Fancy Striped and Colored Half Hose, 95c. Large assort ment of Men's Furnishings, Neckwear, Collars, Cuds, &c. Laundered and Unlaundcrcd Shirts, at 3E3 .a. :b 3D "ST ess AQENTB Phillip Best Brewing Company's MILWAUKEE BEER. PURITY! AGE! ForBalo by Dealers Generally. Office Bad Depot Corner North Capitol nnd O trcets Nortlioast, Washington, D. O. Telephone. 808-3 Boys will play, and their Clothing ought, if anything, be stronger than ' Men's. Oak Hall, Corner Tentli and F Streets, - Is prepared to furnish them with thoibcst Roods manufactured at prices to throw all competition lu tho shade ir rM5 'CWT0M H.3?fl Mnnt I lisJa' Ciofrnmq JS? . f'tJ !7frt 2SI OAK HALL, Cor. L. J Copyright 1880, oo -.v i a i 7Ao2 ' OF GREAT INTEREST. And if you havo a littlo timo to sparo, why you may as well road it, and keep on reading till you como.to tho laat. A Good Cheviot Bult at $0. A Fino Business Bult at $7.50. An Extra Fine, All-AVool Cheviot Salt at $10. A puro Indigo Bluo Flannel Suit at $7.W. An All-IVool Black Worstod, 4-button Cutaway.at $10, worth $15, An AH-Wool Caslmcre, 4-button Cutaway at $13, worth $10. , A Fino 1'rlnco Albert Suit at $15. An Extra Flno l'rjaco Albert at $18, and all other suits at tho samo proportionate low prjeo. Tot Hoys rrom 13 to 18 Yoora Wohavoacood Cheviot Bult at $5; un elegant Casimcre Suit at $8.80,' worth $8; a flno Caslmcro Suit at $7.C0, worth $10: an extra lTIno Caslmers Suit, silk mixed, at S10, worth $13. ' 1'or Children from 4 to 13 Tenra Old. ' A very nice Suit at $3!.a better one at $3.75; an elegant Cheviot Butt at $0.83, worth $1.23; a very line Bultat J3.75 , worth $5; an oxtra fine Suit at $4.50, worth $0. wo havo a very large stock ot Children's Suits from $3 up to $10. A full line of. Men's, Youths.', and Boys' l'anta from $1.25 up. The London and LiYerpool Clothing Co., Corner Seventh and G Streets. WE ABE DELIVEBING CRUSHED COKE to any part of Washington or Goorgotown, at tho rato 88.70 for 40 Bushels, and $2.50 for 25 Bushols; and COKE NOT CRUSHED i 4.0 Bushols for $2.00. 25 Bushols for $2.00. OBDEBS FBOMFTLY PILLED. Washington Gaslight Company, Tenth Street, near D Northwest, DRY GOODS ! Summer Goods -wj&.xbxh. FOR STRENGTH ! roil UOXS 4 TO IS TEARS. Jackets and Pants at KLW,SJ.25,'SI 60, $3, and 0; guaranteed to be 23 por cent, below tho prices or any houso In tho city. Eblrt Waists at S3. 0, 75c, and 00c. POR DOTS 13 TO 18. A magnificent lino of Suits at J5, tS, 87X0. $9 andno; beats anything over shown lathis city A ball and bat given with every boj's suit. TOR MEN AND YOUTHS. All-wool Business Suits at SIM; worth 110. A full lino of Suits at 57.50, to, (10, and S12,' worth at least 25 per cent, more, CorkscrcwSuItaatSlO; worlhtlS. FIno Black Cloth Suits at RO; worth 810. Dine Flannel Suits, guaranteed Indigo dyo, at Jioj worth 15. rants, lmmcnso variety, from 81.23 up. Tenth and F Sts. OTO"OE3: I There 'aremany things in life that make one say "Quch I We have been almost ready to say it every night Tor the past two weeks over the rush 'in our Order department. Our $20, $32.50, $25, 30, and $35 suits, made to measure, have kept us on the "ragged edge." 1 Our variety of styles at these prices Is so great that there is no fear that every other man 70U meet will have a suit like yours. AVe believe (and our customers seem to believe it, too) that no such suits, either in style or quality, were ever sold in Washington at those prices. E. B. Barnum & Co., 931 ronnn. Avenue. 'tsmim&irn