Newspaper of Evening Star, May 1, 1876, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated May 1, 1876 Page 3
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DRY GOOD& yissoLUTi .N or co i-ABrMEBiiur. ftlOCK 1 >l> FIXII RFS I'OR HALE Tt ? f? J O WIIWALL A CO. I7'"'*' H unifa!! a on Jm'9 itt. our stork M -r BI t'LOSIU en or before tb%t ute We ehal! rff?r t> morrow. end continue to sell < .?? /*??, ? >ir Imi? end complete *t <fc of uky u00Dh At?.i? AT M BiriCB ON OBI . IB\L COST end e.l g .1. r?fp*?nlr> on nen1 will be Bold M A!CTI?>N m itlJODT BE>BB7E Ic < rder to ?/? n? >e 3? /Myi, A KEIU'CTION OF FIFTY PEK CENT w ill be tnW art a inrge p. rtton of oar ?tart I rlnu.l.lardf1., o^iito p?r ytrd Brown 0"ttom, 4 cents p?-r yard Plgured l.rtaMi'Xt. ?'?. 10 and U . cts ? ranadinee In "triple. *,10 cti Mik '.renedice. eost. r??n?r ?1"L cl" *D<1 upward# wEHJ?. ? *"h*lr? JUrte . worth 65 PineBla-k Dree* Silks. 45 c'? .worth Bl ta vasta&Vi. ""?? *? ?v> "ne- JStfrvsRSST ?Tf.BlAT HM.?.AINS la ?T?r;tkiD( J. C. WINW4LL * CO., ** i 'T 31Q 7th it., aw P?. are. X n E SILK AND DUEtS GOUD* HOUSE or W A S II I \ (; T O \ . We invite the att'atioa of th? p blic toonr i-n ?"< r irent cf now stilri ,nl flUMU MLKS AID m ??! . . . ?&?hadines j1 all -had**. ?n ?rp~s and plaid* ,t?f ?' *' K <?! .1 catotrUM SOl HBINCUnotS. VHITB GOODS. ? A^MJItrtES. "CBTAIN LACKS. BiL * l!*K(iLLAe and FINE UOSIKJl v *a ?rf?l "* 'o " tfcan New Y ? tk pr,c?,. WOI.r?BB BHHIUEBO, ?? 1 M \KKKT space. *r Tl?!rdjdoor fririi 3th itreet. ^\OTl< ?? X ?TI( E! I NOTICE :i . 5?J U" ' "m*B" nBr "*?Ck b'f jre yon spend ?"??'Hit* cheap and shell con ?M kiwSa^M.IIY "*0018 ^ b"J ' fQ" M ck jf V'^r.t^a'd c,# *? *vs? ?"d(/enj:"r ?? at 75 cn .worth ?1 ' *2.'t l,,4*n?iu r?,,n *??? from on? to ten ?, ???<>? ?? 1-' ?< r.h? ta - ?i'CM Bhck ??rxnadine*. ?:i prlrx V??i l. ??I'c|1 *!"' Dre"? ?? od?. a ?*V r ? ??C" below til" market. s; ^^V. S*wa?, at fcsTi W Pi"W* ?f , rc*'** Mi Ton !???? r. t f?i' to aire nt a rail ^^B- n.en:l ? r th? location. W. M HIOWN. *r Wo. :<H Htb atra t. ne?r I'a are. J%EW STOCK SPRING GOODS. Wliihtly ?o::. i Kleacb"d Cot'oii 5-., w >rtU 10 Bi.d* test ? alicoea onl* 5c a \ ai I ri?M lr.?. g.h> i? i?, ij>4. la, jj. iv "O ch*-?P in Tari- d jB.IUieri J*"'1 P;'Pll ??<?.. worth 12Vic. Piia atriixl I':et* fiocd*cheap. Al<-H >ll?t!"?. ?, Pon*?- Silk-, ch?a? ? Ie3ant ?? Ie? in Lrnvn* !3Sc., worth 3k \ r to' a Law D? 15. 1- M. JV .very low Bi-,1? k". P>'|1?? Tar|et. n?. l,are Stripe,. k A oh. ? cheap pan- Mohair* -.v rilii .1. v ^ " CABPKT SIO< K to ba slaughtered for the CA8H Jiiit r* t?(? .White and Check Mating 36c. < ' d lo meet ,h' ?1??m and sell gooJ? . f. R. R AI OAIIV, . J . '#1 B irkot S;k?. \ew spi:ix(; AND 81 M RR l)RKt>9 GOODS J ,?t "P? <i from the Larc An ? Falas In New i.-Li'.V irV. 8,14 ?o. i Hue* Orena fcargV.V ?? ?-'! Bl.as-a special Blath iatr.i<e Clo'hs. <'aahm>res. anl 6 4 Dran tilZi*Fjna Black M hatrs aLd Alpacas, be?p ??S% "" Ur" ei k<' ?' /.?? roi ok *v vr ess a gods, ?>' a r* ",V"h P4B*W1 Mohairs, Piai Is, Pl?in *nd Strips*. Iti in 2Jto*l1,c. IWi --fa-dsi-iie w 12 'w: D"* w> ''" Para?o!s ^ CI. thdanlOaasi-seres for I S .^u}' wear, at low pi i?e* with a frll ,t..ck wtSsIHT.*/ -V ':'7d*of,b?eUM-at 1 ?w fl ICArKu pj At J W. rOIJ.KVN . ,o.?,.KAI' fcToBiC, -0T, iUdNKR ??T}i ST . *+? " Market Spare f\ENV lRlCEa. 1011 BKVBNTU STBEtr. 5?*.9'.: ?BdW Ofl PoagMa, 40c , worth & . an u .^r 1 h ,'V ? . *or?h 3. ^ m . 0 e 1 * Bnf?e. 40c , wortb Hk: Sff^ i n ' 'mfr'-rs UHc . \ ory Cheap. *5 Stitjed Bsitiin, UHc. np to Mc. nilrS* ac!l ic'orla Lavi n< 10.12S. 15, 3' 25c ftUck Stik, cheap. ^S.fl ?l M. Bli aQU $i. rns PJ" " JTicen- ? *9' c iialt y. my- a'.n MV j!uo Umbrella* in urea* variety *??!? f? .rt-. made of ?- ..^1 ' ' * "? '? '? ?>? v ?1 28. < wiih<nt button ?2? . 1 * WM I'.lBu tt V LI K tr 1 ft 1 t 7th ?tre- t nortlm --' j^l lC IE CaSIo PRIC ES I IlllOltll kai> A ? o . '?39 ? between .?th ard loth sti . Miyri/v.y,4 TI LL, LIME OK rVKbJ<'*AXl>l>OMBXTICl)R Y <?0009 At,, V.m.osr attkactive prices ??"> A- m* ..a H I- ' n F- t ? l.? to SO P-r r-a.'. 1 wk }''n 2r'r ^Jaes. STHc ; former price Mc ? ?'?ck Iron Qrer -MJtiie* C0c ?? ?? 7kr HIacK Iron Gf-ni<lin#i, i]- ?? ?. ki P'lL'k I'tt M It ^r??dir.ee.7V . former jrioe . f r. n " Or^o?diif?, .?! ?* #1 ii r^nced^'rV^M*1-1 Diuu^ Oreaadtpee, also at F'*Gk iV t "'?S|,,l-kJ " tV"'1 01 ? lnc",1^? Bonnet, I -t S'l^'iVr r J? aD, *rrDB ^''brated rt ikw ' t nr -f f * 1 tiMt <\>lorn 12' 2c troinD^ up B L%mUi' ia d?- ir,, 4 ' ? i * * entrrr r Silk, r-dnced from ?1 It to * l-.-'c a'- .T e'?*c !* i: :1k and ef * hhhrtiaL.i Woo! Shawls. #1 ?. ?*. Ck of D- ?t r ivplrte and ! :ic?? - : ?ra<ite.-d nTr ^ .l'Bd >^ear dtr?o troia the a ?? . ?*ctujer? and iir porter-, lower than ei er Ak,d'ia w;? ? aa.sntra i boH'ott >n. KSc. p-r y^.rtl Damaaa, plm v .t Stripe.! Dr.-e >Jj d?, chear i.M. . u "HASC? STOBR, r * PS.: K?T M lltti ar?d Itth 'Old stand KK??HKAI> a t ? *' -tT q ' * Pa aT?.. bet ? 1, ?>. ,i iqh, (JIIEAl'LST STOKE IX THE CITY. lO.ISOLlVI f.0~ ?tk Street, (. rroMir. the patknt ot rict. La-(*et. f ? r. he .pe?t j: k .->f r:-ilt .!.} r.ei In Itotlu.a: > inasBisitMkji'l It'C&BD NANSJUK?. M WW Tt - aad Tuckad Skirtmz at leas p; ice li:?k )!i'j N? ?. ks This is a special bargain %r:'l m':?x t? ? r> t?? *pprf lew at tk f I' H FS< UOt>I?4. i>e llez?s, Sergoe. |irrr? 'a?, Mrl j>* ?* ll?r mar i?*?. ^tc. ?/"i:.?rgm_i iu PABASCLS ai.d CTN I'MHKEL aplO tr roit> ;. "'""itL. " J 9.TI PEiNBt AJF*V?f vr rati-ia-ir??- and ch ic-r flection of OBESd _ , OWHWemiV,, ioi^'-eitr. ? fi ? lip : ri^ a.i wool ai^ .n i!i la ia ''?,4 ;tripo<, ?cr ov?rt?r< ?<r> ?k^4ai,1yn'f 4-1 Oools In all the new' ? had**. 7 phi r baitings ? retch t ar:br:c? P. rral^s. Preach Jaconets. aad'SSjr**a" Fnn,wl Liaeap. Uiasg ,w Checks erarn ar Silks fr^m 75 cents to ?1 25. \ery (heap Br:cad-? Or<nadiD?s. io black and c jlors. Broca-.e Sil? -, Brocade t'a*hmer' i Si k Snif from f ?fi to E> French Cambrtc. Percale Liabu anl Z?ahsr Cloth Stitaficn. fStoSia. Dremtt.c hecks V rapp?*r- a-.d <kirt? very ( Vap bac-ice. at <1 M-?'i,in SiU,Cajhm;r? anl l?rap d Bt<*. from > .e t?> ?.v> _ A large sloe k of Buu L mbr lias <ad Lace Trimmed Fara* I An lasaevtit o of onr st)Ck will convinse ptsr cLaeerstEa we are offering the t?*t K^-is, in all Tar eti-s. at I *e? pi lc?e than ever before sol t. Oas Prt? ; O^ly. JOHN T MITCUCLL, ap? tr 931 PenpsylTaw'a arenne. 7V0w IS TOl B TIME, Oae CV ?e chatce at thoaa saleo.r J 74 CaNT I'KESS SHIRTS, Made of V a-ii-utta Mus'la and best twenty one hot>drrd LIr.?n B guaranteed to bee jnal in ^valtti b ; ft "<lsand makinc.to an* Shirt now offered in tt ? n ?>ket f >r II k1 Ot ly 78 cents for Fiae Dress M r?<. at the Branch baltimjre Shirt Factory, lAt-J r Street northwest apI5 lm J W. DAkE. ?Manager." ^ODFH V* AMUKdTiil DRV flOOM. R * bite C? i i* ?l Pi i nee at HMc ; beaatifal Colored Figured P < ? ?? . t? G<K?i>, each as Ear aelllee.Plii - itpe.and Plaio Bane<-oks. Victoria 1 Lewes an! < t>'ir?, from luc to tOc ; 11??> yards Alaaibnrg * . i e? fri>?B 8 to ?>c per yard. Spring 1 prtsslexO Pi ??*. Pi?in. a*d Str:p? 1, fr i Uiie ?-h>c ;theb -? V* and J^fcc. Black Alpacas la i town, all nont r- op to 75c ; Spring t aeiimeree, ; for beys and g-nta, J5c to fl. another I >t of thoae ?<( Eld* .Sgenr> f..r Mm e D"ai>r?st JOS. B. BAiLK Y, arui 7 b acd P sts. sontliT.et. apl tr Tub mhtu e-?tio*.-tii? wabhinq Tun CI ?AN?iaO CoMPAHY gnaraitea to thoro-igbly tl?i ar?d mrtfr COKIITPKI, OAS PBTS.or anr ki ><t o^ goods Inf wtad with M^tha, CbiDche. cr s-il?d wrh t reane or ink. by a new ?ateut ch-n.i al pr c?ee wltbcn* ripping or shriok lag. or ia any way affecting the work, c>lor or aia tedal offlee, 1414 Pa are. ayUla RAILROADS. IJALTIMOKE A!in OHIO RAILROAP AP&IL 10th, 19TI. AW LBWB wTphINGTON t>.4*?Baltimore. Anaapoti*, tnd way s'etion*, f iot ot licks and intermediate ?nations. Main Stem. T 10?Baltimore tnd Alexandria Junction ^ 00?fl'tr York, fit 'a-l-lffi nn-t Bot !"? Kr~ (??!'?. fsiimti Htrlur Cui. LfiTM U * lOi m Sunday. stop* at Way Stall >ni and r nt.ects for Annapolis. 8 lJ-Cin'imiM, St Louit and Pill>6*?r *r r' ?? Frederick. iiMtntoio, and Valley Jload. 9:B0?Point of B->ck? and war station!. I ??:4a? Haltlmore ?a1 way station*. | It 15?Baltimore Unlimited kx press. S'rps a H' P M 18 15?Baltimore. Way Stations. KUicott City and AIMmiIM 1 30? fie York, Phi!tvie'p>ii<t itni Norfolk Ex Ce!*- Wn Sunday, all Way Stations and B ilt imnre r nl> 3 30?Baltimore and way station* 4 30? Baltimore ami Laurel Err" it. Illic it City, Frederick and May Biati ins, via Be la*. 4 15?Frederick and Point of Bocks, (Tie Metro politan Branch1 4 43? Baltinv re. AnnapolD and way station*. 3 14 ? Chirac, On'inna/i m</ Louiteille Erpr'st. Except Batnrday .daily tooolumbn* Lnnli i?Mlle by 11 3?jp in. train on Saturday. Uav r t ?n and *ii?hnt?r 81-ep<ng cats t?> ? Itcago, tlincinnstl and LoumnlU. * 30?Bi 'tm.'rrt anl Pkilatelpkia Hrp'tss. Pred ?rick and Way Stati ns. v?a R<-lay. (Con ?>e<-?? tor Annapolis Funday.) * 34? Baltimore, Bladeaebnrg, College, Beits ?t I Laurel. Annap li-< Junction 7 00?Rel:imore ana way stations * 10?Baltimore. Bla>1enst>urN, Bt Its ille, Laa r? I, Una;. ? 20?Pit'sbnrg. but no cnw ctlon beyond Mar tiLstu c by train leaving 8unlay algbt Way 8t?ti. ns oil Mitropoiitan ltrancb 9 30-A'ir Vo-Arani Phtlale'p'na N'ihi E-rprtst Kwrnc Cam t- New York "? '<0 ?Baltimore and p-tncipal ? ?y stations, 10.30? Martiroiburg and war s'atuns, Milropoll tth Brarrh 11 30?i>f Louis l7yr"? CMragi. ColnibM, 8 ndasky Newark On Saturday for Louis All'o. *:'? - on ?? 15. 10 IS a in ; 1:30,3:13 5:30. 5.35, * )0. * 10. 9.40, 9 30 aud 11:30 p.m., daily. AH oib- r trains dally, excep* San av N" connection cn Snnday l?ir Kagerstown or Val ley Biarch. or for New Pork a:u Pb 1 idel?bia at * a m. aad 1 3?? p m. Pi r further inlomiaMoa afply at th? Baltimore an* Ohio Ticket Office#. Washington Station, aul 4*5, tiOl a- .1 M?;j Pennsyl* tnn avena*, ?li*re orders will be taken tor t ,e??? to be checked and r^wirwi at urs p<> nt in tk?> titv. TH<8 F.HliBP, Ma-tter of Tran=porUtioa. L. M . Ct'L It at Ticket Aif at. CEO 8. KOONTSr, General Agent. apis tr I ; Nl VERBAL R. R TICKET OFP1CB. KAILROAP Tit KITS to or from all points bcceht. exchanged or s..|d a ? " a redaction <>r use doll a i AVtJ "fl ' up< n auy other oQice or depo."**^-^ In this city. Tickets good till n?ed I! as gag" checked tbrongh. Arruu) m i> wiuteside. apl Ijr ** 1 3 Ponn. are . Wa?hi gto,j. 1>. O. 1876 penVsVi!vAiiii Ih76 R4DTI To th? R?r*b, Vtn, add 8oaibv?Rt? Double Xrnrh, Mtr?i Hplr n<iid 8oen~ ery, Zhiyniiicent Equip-m^nt. Trains leave Washington, city time, from Depot, eorn< r of Sih ana B streets, as f<>Uowe : For Pittsburg and the West, K a m. daily, with ParlorCarto Pittebarg; T:40 p id. dally, with Palace Car to <Jhln?ffo. and M-50 a. ra dally, except 8rijd*y PALTlif'tvE AUi> PUTOS1AO UAlLKOAlJ. For CaiiAtidaigna. Bocbester, BaOalo, Niagara Fails, and the North, ti a. m. dally, except Sun day, aud 1 40 e m daily.except Hatirday, with Palace Car-t. U'atklna For Erte, Cauandafgaa, Br fTalo. Mid N ia&ara Palls, 11 40 a m. daily, ex c*pt Bnti?!a- . por New York and the Ea-t, 9.10 p m. dally, with Palace Cir< attached' Limited E>press of Pnll tnsn Parlor Cars. 0:*i3 a ru daily,except Hnc<iay. For N?-* pork. l .iO r in 'al!r. ?xcept ttcudky, with Par'or Caw attached for Pbllad'-iybta. 1:30 p m. caily , except Wanday, anrf i :iO and ?? 1 <? p m dails. Limited Esprew, V J i a. m dally, exc-nt 8nxdsy. Accommodatl<,D for taV'Tn-'e 7:50 a. m. dally. and 4:U<> p a dally, except St-cdty. For Pope's Creek Line 7:A0a.tn *ad 4:40 p.m. dally, except Sunday For Annapo'is. f> 00 and 11 :->0 ?. m and 4:'20 p m oxcepi 8naday. ALEXANDBIA - FKEUEBlt'KSBt KG HAIL WAV ANU ALCXANLUlA A W Atiil 121UTUN BA1LBOAD. For Ale j andrla, i. TiS:04. 9,10, 11 a.m., 1,3, 4 ,U0. 4, ?. ?:00, end 11:40 p.m. Oa 8nuday at 9 a od ar.d 1 and 7 p m Pi r the S- att: via Kicnnioad, 11:40 p m. daily, except Sandav; and Tla LyacJibnrf, S 00 a. u ?a) 11 JO p ra dally. Traine leave Alesandrta for Wasatngton, 0,7.9, 9,10.1 i a. m , 1, 3, 4, 5, t.aud 7 p.m. On ScnJay at 7 ar.d lOa. m , and 5 p. m. Tickets. Information, Sl.-epmg ana Parlor Cai *cc^aini>x2atk.ii* cau be procured at the tifflree: ? Northt ant corner of Thirteenth streot aud Penn ?ylv%nia a? i nne. Northeast oorner of 8ixth street and Pennsyl' ania avenae, and at the l>sp<n, where orders c*.n be left for tbe checking of Bsgfage to leatinatlon from Uotelt and Residences. P M Bi 'V D. Jr., Gea'l Paes< tiger Ageat. FRANK THOMSON. Qen i Manager. jar.S-ly STEAMER LINES. IV'KW OrP lRTl Kfc ?? LVl E t) WASU INGTON. PHiLaDKI.PHIA, BOSTON .AND PB'?V1DENCE -EAI ^ T rTjQ WEEKLY MEAMSdlP LINE.?Uu< and afier W K I'N E"*l> A ?, A pi it 19;h.tn<- Steamers of the above line, ?itb direct convection with Boa t'n az.d Providence. will tail trom Phtlad-lphia f r W a?l tun tin. D t)., every WEDNESDAY and 8ATTBDAV Betnrniae.leave Wash.n^t u MON DAra and K LI DA Y S, troin John?oii s whaif, foot of ltth streetsjntbwest. Ihrongh Bills Lading is ?n< d to and fr>m the above p'?rts Freight received atd delivered daily fiom 7 a m to 6 p. m. Orders for delivery o! freight, Ac., received nt lWO'JPst. aad 1114 9th street northwest W P. CLYDE A CO.. No. 12 8. Wh?rv< -. t'blladolphl*. J. U. Jl)HNt?OSi A CO., aplS Sm Agerita for Wa-hlngtoa. lilt STKAKIK UABB1NUEB WILL LKWE t^? Ki-h '* t.arf foot lith str-et ^ v i' ? ? v * . ...? ? - ? - ? i ?vwt *ai u EVRLY BtOBMNG. at 7 n m . r r4 Po'ornac 1 iaheries and Intermediate Lauding,. Freight and pneeen^ers taken at ! ?* ?st rates, aplb-tr M. E GKEQG, Captaia. L'DK NOH FOLK r 8TEAMEU LADY OF THE LAKE Leaves ibe Con pany a wharf, foot of 4tli street, every MONDAY and THLBSDAY, r at 3 p m Fare. Hi. roaud trip, MMilBa Tickets good until nsed. FOB POTOMAC BIVEB LANDINGS. 8tesm<r JNO. W. THOMPSON lenses Company's wbatf. fvot of 6tb street, every TUESDAY,at 7a. m . for Cnrrl< man aad intermediate landings, and every K tilD A t - at 7 a m , Kr Coan Bher, stopping at int> rm'diate laudiass For inforniatlnn apply at the ofHce of the Com pany. ender the M?trop< litsa Bank 14th street, opposite the Treasury, or to the Atfent, at the wharf. mar77-ly PEOPLES' LU1" *? FOE HOMiyi. MATTOI CHEEK. WPPBR MA CHOUOCAXl> lyTEHMEUlATM LANDINGS. The sldewheel Steamer "E MOKRI8," Captain T. E Bai-DWt5, W til ccttmenie running to the above landings on M-aday. Ma ch 4th, leaving from ,< , *r>. a> what! f>ot of #ih street every MON - DAY and Tli I RsDAT at 8 a m. Beiiirnlng ?!?! leave Nouuui every TLESDAY and FRIDAY at7a m fet'tn N R riTZIlCGH. Agent. ^VRillD L I m m . NOTICE. With t>ie T14W 3t diminishing the cha-jcea ct col Itstun, tie BUamers of this Lias take a speciCed i eourao for all seasons of tb* year. On Ibe ootward p.-wwage fr m Qaaeastova Ui j5:w fork or B stoa, crossing Merldlaa of (9 a! 43 Int., or noth'.ug to the north of 45. On tne boaiewar<l pksa^ge, crossing tbe MfrUlAS of Ei at 43 lat .or aothlng tc the north of 4J i'MJ? BKlTiSH AND NOBlHAi-l: RICAB Royal mail steamhhts, BKTWKKX Ajt W YORK A XI) Li VMR POOL, CALLING AT VORhT HAKHOR From N(obi. FaoMNtwYoRi B( thala.. Wed., April IS R'thnla ..wad. May >4 i AbyssialA. Wed., A prl'2? Abyssinia um. mII S nw.L.r..'*# ir mun ..WW., ?!Ayl4 sinlA Wed., April 2t AbyssJjila ..W't.>d., Mtiy ?! i-iA ...?Wed., May *?" "a.?|a?. .wed ? Juae 7 ^1tUi..- .,I?4 Lay lUScytbia Wed.,Jtiael4 Scvti* v??d.. May 17 "Scotie Wed., Juae ai And every ioUowlag WBDNBSDA Y attd SATUB DA Y from N -?w Y or*. Su tib'tt cs'ksd * 4c not carry ftee??f* F4lm4S **r? ?fin oi p*.< o?m?, taojpw and mm, $< Id, according t? a- commodatloe. Tickets to Paris, ? 'A.geld.adiitioiisl. ttdiorn tickets on lavorabls Stt 'ags tickets So aad turn all /nrtsof Bcrotg nt very lovr rates. Through bills of Udiog riven for geifagt- GUagrw, Havre, Antwerp aarf other ports oa tbs Oontlnect. aad for Mediterranean porta. For freight and passage apply at the Com pacy's offioe. Ho. 4 Bowlinr Green: or both steerage nod onbln, to BHALLWOOP A iFORRISnN No. *1* 7th St mmU OHAB^O. FRAHCKLTH. Agwat^' O O K 11 DELIVBRED TO ALL PABTS OF THE C1TP A 7 THE SAME RATK New achedula? Full load of 4U bcshels for fS. Smaller loads 4 cents per bashal; cartage, CD cents Arri.T to OPFICI OF WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COM PANT, 413 Mthst M northwest. Til 1st street northwest or to 110 Bi lAge street, Georgetowa. mart lv 1NTHB 31 PKEMBTOI BTOF THB DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Sptnei Term, Pn ar? Jurndirtion, Ar't'tiA, 1874. lu tbe matter of the will of WILLIAM BOND: Application for letter* '"stair-ntarv oa tbe estate of William Ben-i. of i Diatrtc; i f 'tolumbia, baa this day . nil L> biilii'tl T Morsell. All perse<cs later^ted are hereby notified to ap pear tn this court oa Tl'ESDAl, tbe %\ day of May next, at 11 o'clock a m . to show causa whv letters testamea'ary oa tbe estate of the ?aid deceased should not issue as prayed. Provxltd. a copy of this order be published once a week for three weeks lu the Evening Star previous to tbe said day. Teat: A. W EBSTER, ej>l'-'34me?l Register of Wills. Til IB 18 TO GIVB NOTICE. That the eubecrP ber baa obtained from the Bapr^me Court of the District of Colnasbla, holding a Special Term, letters of administration on the pers >nal estate of JAMES M. W iTHEBOW, late of Washington county. District of Columbia, deceased. Ail per sons having claims against the said deceased are bereoy warned to exhibit tne iam?. with the vouchers thereof, to the sntxcnDer. on or bsfore tbe 1Mb .lav of April next they may otherwise by law be excluded trom all beaefltof thesald aetata. Give* under mi band. tMa 13th day o' Ap'il. 1871. apl" 0 Jt AMANDA A. WIIHEBO W. AUCTION SALES. tO'WOHKOW. ^HOMAe DOW Life 4, Auctioneer raKWH plate mirrors. parlob suitb. Md Crimson aud Tan K'j.'WH aT-WOT.M A B LBB Top TABLES, WaLNIT M aBBLK TOP t H AMBER PU1TEP,OAK OH AMBER SUITES. WARDROBES HA1B AND HUSK HAT TRESSES. ?PRINQ UN I'EtiBEDS.PlLLOW 9 AND BCl-TBRS, B RU-8B'.8. T H REE PLT AMP IM.RA-N CARPETS. OILCLOTHS. MATTlhOS. W ALNCT EXTENSION DINING tables, walnut marr'BTop SIDE BOA ftp. PINING AND OTH KB CII AIB4. SIL VER PLATBDWAR*. CHINA AND GLASS WABE, REKR'GBBATOR AND WATBB CoOLtB.OOOK IN G AND HEATING 8TOVB8. K1TCHKN REQUISITES, ETO . ETC., AT ACLTIOM. On TUESDAY MOBNING. M.. qa i?t? ?t No aiak .xVJVZb , ?? au null street north l^Waest. tear PeiinsyIvauia avenue. th? resi ldenceof a p*rty d-clming h onsekeeping, I shall se l tbe above excellent and well kept fa.nl ture. Term- cash. ?t*3 THOMAS BOWLING. Auctioneer. N COX & OO., Auctioneer* 639 Ostreet. PALE or THB CONTENTS or HOUSE SO. 3T7 13iH STRBH SOUTHW B8T. ( J ? ST BELOW THE A'. Bl^ULTUtAL DEPARTMENT. I CON SULTING OK COTTAGE SETS. HBD-TEADS. BUREAUS,WASH STANDS CARPETS, MAT TBESSKS. PIL'OWE. BOLSTERS, AND ChOi BKHY. ALSO, < OOhINQ AND H K AT IHGBTOVKt.DINlNO BOOM AND KITCHEN FUBNITURE AND UTENSILS fj\ On TUESDAY MORNING. May ?, at 10 Ul ? id , 1 will ?fll for a goollerr.an declining honsek,eping ? he content* of house Na >137 I * " 13th street southwest. The ab ,ve collection of furniture is nearly new. htving been in use onli a short time Sale pjeiiive. Terms ca-h. api7 ?t R N COX, Anci->neer. H. WARN ER, Corner 7th and F street*. TRUSTEES' SALE OF DB-MBARLK UNIM PBOVBD KKA l ESTATE ON THK CJRNKR OF MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE A*D 1?>IH ST BEET SOUTHEAST. SBy v in tie of a deed i f Tnst.dnted April 2lth. 1-78. aud duly rec (rtted in Liber No. 7S3, folio ?67 ft se<i . oue of th? l aud ticorJsof tne Di* tiict of Columbia. and by the written re?in *<t of the party secured tnereby, we will (???II a. public ?nc lion ch the premise^, on MO^nAV. April 'it h. W6 at i o'cl.-ck p m . %!l <h >**< piec ? or parrel* of lat'O cilnati d and being in tli? city of Wasuicg tor. District of t'nlumbi* si i kniwn and de<i?ua ted as otigit.a' 1 I- umstierM feiir e?n 1141. fitteen (lSi.aid ?unci) (Mi. in ?in?? numbered eleven hundred c-nta luf UTH sftMf* lot of ground. more it le?s Terms: One f iKth ca-h, bilnncn In 1, U, nd 19 tn?!,th?, for ? hi. b the bhi?? ?,t the purchaser, bear ing interest at * percent. per an im fr.>a> day of sal- , an 1 secured by a de -d . f trc?t on the p operty sold, will b? taken A dep< -.i of #50 on ?acti lot will be reqaired at the tini., of s?l? AH convey a?rii>ff at the expense of th< onrcha*?r. If the lerirs i f sal? are u ? complied with in ifl day* from day of s^le, II < Trnst. es reserve the light to roiell theprop-rty at'he ri?k an-i ci?i of tho defanltlnjr Durc>iad-r, after S dnys' advertis-tnt nt. <11 AS E FK^SKK.f Trn??, J NO JOY EDSON. < Trust<>?s VTHK ABOVE SaLI? IS POSTPONED ON ?rrom.t of tie tain n til * K2Da Y, April 1376, ran.e U- or ai d b <>ce. CHA8 B ERASER,/T , JNO .)oY hI>S JN. \ ?*^"TIIE ABOVE SALE IS FURTHER POST PON E!? on aceount t'f rain nuill TU K; DA * , ilay Jc, 1:76,raine hour and pla>-? i H\8. K. fH*'*!:"!,/T?., J^O JOY EPS-iN. < rnsti-es. ? pT9 d J. T (lOLliM (LL Salesman. 'pHtMAS DOWL1NG. Anctioneer. UUAMPIAN'S SALE fiF V^LUAB'jK IM PKOVED PROPBBTY "?N T11E WKST MII>* OK IIth hTKKt.T, BETWEEN T AND U STBkkTS NORTH On TUKSDAY. April ?.'?th 1S7S, at B:*)o'c!k. BI will ..ffer for ka!e, at osbllr aictiou, in front cf the premises, a p?rt of I t2Dia? jnar- 2lo l< Sinriing for the suu^ a? the ?onthen-t corner of laid lot, and rnm.incr tn- nee "orth 'in the wos- line 11 lite fctre: ? 29 ai <i -.1 1*<) fept the:it< wet 100 fret, tbene? eonth 29 and Hi lOU fe<>i.and thence e*st loo Feet to tbe beflnnlng. with the lmprovemeats tb^reon, <on*i-ttri? of two two-story fraiuo dwell Inja-i. Nin. 1<>3H and I'd** Terms of s?le: One fourth rash; the resldne in three e.jnal p?>ment?. at 6 12 and I** tronths f'om the Jayofrale. wi'li Interest. Th*? deferred payments to tie s?cured by a d> -d of tttistoa tb? property ?Old. A ! [niive. accini; at the cost of the p-ircbaj fis. BUI0 d,-pu?lt on the arceptanao of each bid. MARY HUM Ki, Uaardian. WARREN C. STONS, Aitorner. ape ecA'Js Til OS DOV/LINO, Auct. f/"Tlil ABOVE SALt la UHUVOIDEBLY SO^'poned lili'll I tESI'A V . Miv til--id l?M -ams bour anl rlace. MARY 11UME G iarJiaa. V A KhE> C. STt'NE Ai' T. ?> ?p2? T HQS HOWLING. A net. hOWNMAN A GBBKN, Real Estate Acctloneor*. rRUSTEES SAI.E OK IM PR iVED PKOPi^Tf ON L M'BEl.T. BETWEEN sliij AND J31 BTRAETS NORTH W B*>T. C? Pj * irtne .'I a d'-e.l ol trn-t to ns.d*t<-<l i the i '?tli da> of May. A. D. 1374. and jecirlsdiu Lit. r N ? 75.'. fu'i- 191, of th>* land roc >Ms for the Dt-trlct of Columbia,and at the re.jne-t of th- ho'der )f ?lie notes thereby <ecar?d. we ? ill s.-ll at public Miction, in front of the piemiie*. on TUESDAY, he 3d day of M*v, \. D H7? at o'cl>ckp.m., b-f' llowln* deecribfd ?ral estate and p.tm se?.to *it: Part of lot nanibetedfour 4.)in ci iarennrnb?r ?<5 fifty < tie,611, beuiunlns for th ? ?ame at a p >int on the In e of L sfeet northwe-t thirty six (3S) l<??t bi*bt r?) inches from the southwest corror of said lot noml tred four (11; thence r-innln? eastwa'dlr (? the line cf-aid L street northwest eighteen (il) teet: thence northwardly seventy thr?e (731 feet; :tenre west a irdlv eith'een (18) fe*t; thencs south sardly -e\ent>-three ;73? feet with th<- ri^ht to the !ree ami ar:ob-tru? "ed u?? of the alle* iu the rear of ?aid I t numbered four i 4,1 with all the e:?vme?t*, tc., toe, tber with the impr i^ements. con-l?tni( of i -ni -tantial two story Frame Houne, with back bcilflitg Terms ofsa'e $ 1.COO, with interest at ten r 1R p-T rcit front the 9th day of May, IS75. and thsex penses ef th:-sale, in ca-h, aod the balance in one (ear, ft r which the inte of the purchaser will be re inirtd, Ik aripp interest at elgtit (8) per cent ptr an Him, and dated on the day of *?le. A dop isit of will be required at tlis time of sale All con reyar.rin* at th<* purchaser s cost. If the terms are lot c< Bit lied with iu seven days, the trustee* uill resell tbe property at the risk and co^t of the de salting pun bs-er. AUGUSTUS B rERRY, / T, >p!7 eoAd* E. J. M1DDLETON, Jb ,S **?*<*<>*. p R. L. CROWN, Auctioneer. j ? P. Sit. i JALKOF LOT ON 1-t STRK.KT WE?T. l)i TWEIN D AND E STREETS SOUTH. Boy direction of tli? owner I will (>?!!, at pub lic auction, on TUESDAY KNENlNG, the sld day o) May, lS7fi, at 3X o'clock p m , sub. lot !1, in Mtare Mi. Ttritp: ta>i cash; balance In 6. 12 and 18 months, riiii i' tcrest at ei?f ht per cent B50 down at time of ule If tern.- a;e not complied with within fl*e lays to be resold at risk And cost of defaulting par :hescr. ?P2?- C. B L. CROWN, Anct. C 1 will sell &t public anjtion.in front of the ?SU prtmhes. ?? A o'clock p m , on M )ND A \ . ?aj 1, a two htory frame hoi bK No. I O'-iD New lerfiy aveDUe. also, on TIKSD\Y. May '2. at the iwnie hour, on th<- preniiaes. one frame HOUSE and BACK BUILUING, nortneast corner of Kar.Jl.it treete ton tlx ast. Tcras liberal, GEO (,'OWIS. Secretary N O. li. K. As?<M:i?tlon. D0WNMAN A GRKKN. Aoc.tloaeers. ap!7 eod M C. LulTRELL, S?lo-man | )' NCAhsON BROS , Anct'oneen TRUSTFE'S l^LK OF BBIrK HOTS?! A\D IOC t'N K STBEET !'? ATVVKEN 1>?t A^D 19tji STS HORTUWEST, aT AUCTION. 1?1 By virtue of a deed of trr.f. d-*ed 12th da;, pi Sept<Dit(er A.D. l-7i, d'll/ r-c . rl jd la LiOer !?o. 702, f jlio 61. one of the land r<-ordi for Wa-h oRtutr county, in the Distr.ct of Columbia an l by ?1 l'.ert ot the party ?ocured there'iy. I will sell at )ublicMucU n,on THURSDAY the-J./th dayof May, K. D ls76. at b o'clock p in., in trout of the p-rai ecs, all tt.A* ct-Ttain piece or parcel of crronnd and jriii set sm a t d and l>iag in s.ud c ty of Washlrx' on. District of Cdumtia, and know, and <Ie*crir>ed ?s tho cast half of lot numbered f iur,<4.) in s^n ire ,nu.fceret| one hundred and MtSB, '07.) fogt-iiier ?lth all ai.dslniolar tno improve,1 ts p-ivtlegee nd atp r!tii??ires to the siffio t>eI .eg tig, or in Any i.anner aj pertalulng Tetmsof sale; One thi'd of the narchMe noaef n cash; the balance iu e.juil in-taiiioetiu of notes ?t <5 IJ and 13 months, with inter .Ktac 8 psr ceat. per aiinum, said notes secured by a <Jc-l of trust on the prtmlsc*sold, c, L\eyancU3. Ac , at purciiis ft's cost. A deporit cf JIM wi'l be required ai K>on a* the property i- ku joked off If - he terms of s*le are Lotcomp'ied ?itb ic oae ??<k fr< m day of sale the Trustee reset ves the r.'-'iit to r<.8v 11 the prop erty at tb? ri-k ard cost of tbe def?alii(i? pnrcuisrr upon jivirig nve days notice of su n re,ale ia the Evtn'.ng Star uew-p.pT. (ublliUl in W:??h'cg t P, D C. SAMcKl. fc ARNOLD, atC ti) m.lilll9th M Atdts Ti ustee. |^0W^MAN ft QRBEN, Aactl,412 7th street TRUSTEE 8 S VLB. fUc^er and by virtue of a deed of trn?t, dated April 1st. 1361, aad duly recorded in rT aid B. No. 11, folio 337. one of the land rsconl* forWashinct n couuty.la the District of Columbia, and at the reuuest.in writing, of the h Id, r of the note intended to be secured thereby, I ihall sell, at public an-tlon. in front of the premises, :n *BDNE8DAY. the 10th day ot May, A. D. 1-76. at ?> 30 p m , all that piece or parcel of land sltuarelo city of Washington, and known and de tcribedon tbe gronnd plat or plan ef said city a? Lot '? B," in William A. Bradley's subdivision of ?ijuare numbered four hundred and thirty four I 434), together with tbe improvements. Terms of sale One-half cash, aad the residue In two e^ual instalments, at six and twelve month-, with interest from the day of sale; or all ca^h, at tbe opticn of tbe pnrcbaaer; deferied payment* to be ssenred to the satisfaction of the trustee If the terms ot sale are not complied with In one week, the trustse re ervee the right ta resell at the risk aad cost of tbe defaulting purchaser, npon live days' ncticeby advertlatmewt in some newspaper printed at>l published in tbe city of Washington. AU con veyanctbg at the cost of the pmchaeer. #100 to be paid at tbe time of sale A. THOMAS BREDLBY, Tra?tee. DOWNMAN ft OBBBN, ap!7 lawtwAeolwAds Auctioneers. FOR SALB.? Hart ttisti /or H**<t*omt ?53 Suburban He.??<feerr t Hutt'SfiUt, M'l ? 0. ^Hyatt w<il offer m public au tiun, oa tbe pre n Is-s. 1HURBDAY, May 4, at .? p m , a new 8 t.sim H-t.se acd necessary cntbaildiogs. Fruit ttees ard fine shtnbbery. Teims at sale. Lot 86 fietfnnt If not sold will l-e rented. ap!9 St* BANKERS. ?so, SIOO. B200, 9500, tl.OOO. Alex, fbotiiinohah a eo , bankers and Brokers. Bo IB Wall street, make lor cn-tumers desirable Investments of large or small aaoants in stocks of a legitimate character, which frequently pay from five to twenty times the amount InvMtrd every thirty daye. Stocks bought and carried as lose as desired oa deposit of Ave par oent. Circulars and weekly re ports teirt free. ft ptt eoly AUCTION SALES. TH I* AFTKK *00*. TH* B, ?WAOQAMAN. ? Real l<utr Aocti reer, *19 7th streat I *fn ? V T,i**y l,t- ** 4 o'clock p m , RTitM f ?he premises a tiw?L o!in!l I till I'hurwt. be 1 Mi.fli) ?f*2rnorthwwt Lut ? *> ? ap?6 d?ds THOS. E W?OOAM\H. AilM THI* KVBim H. BANKRUPTCY WASH B. WILLIAMS. Auctioneer. THIivrGkKT?\f ftnF*Y?HK wholesale IMl vHTINO HOISK AT AVCTlOy. LANI BAKKBl'PT HAIK itT riHv nnnna 4B J Mc-tare A Co.. of Maw York IMPOBTANT T<? THE TB&DK AND PUBLIC FORKiflfc iA1^'000 WORTH OK ?" URV CORIEu'i'iw'J and Sjacions Store, ?3 aSJ-'Ws ill shi^ anf ?TL nd. Harrow ?* wa ('loth., of Fancy Tweed French. English and ?cotch ?Td kJo^^n.1. Farba-sk. Moaoow no?k^i! *" Chine hillM, Votings, faiait l&nhniM* rf>>' 8cV,cb Kreo-h and 0?nn?n nih'r f^hi ? Ottoman Lac?, and Swita Mot 88? GOODS id great variety, so-h ax heavy ?* ?l^?nAll wr^f,??'^e' lr''h L.J in ' piins.AHW Ot Merino,. D'laln?s Sateen foihs n ti;?%"* ]wr""d p,Kiid* A7^\rv?1r^ Li o- ? Milk v ?,? ? V- r ch 1411,1 **?<fim-t>* of ^^rf^isfra&s^osasitts; ^Sfso^tsrisw -as? a ? bildren-H H, rf. y. ?., .,lwVh a v< ry cbedne ai a well del ated -tuck of Velvet t'rn< l^(is hlG V- r* ":d 'n?r?l?? "ABP*T LwT^hmL. ?i 5-fr "> <?jum to One*. mi por ?Ml Marseille* atjd Turkish "Jnil ,.ao.| a ?ar.Mi of Oei sr,.,d. ,0o ro ? t. ??rllt^ua * . , J'1 c? t tinu" fr ni 1 ?> to day nntii the Lre?:,:ck 18 ?'-p i't. Thn?hoi-?; ?>? .;,iS L i * ' ' *?' for ra-'i b .* c<.n)ni?nc<> dully at lu a m , * p ni , and 7? ap!? ltn fpH0M S.S DOWLtNG. AoctioneerT CAv*aWL?VWL,,B. OK A YrKV t> AB'lr AN <j \ Al.l Al>LK i ?'LLK< T"10N OK BuuKS. Among u hi, h ar< tb? Lil^a-v of ,at !.?!?? Kt tl ? ' rli. Th,ua?.ot Mar, [and. s ?H by- order of the Administrator;. Also, two eth?r Private ?I ?I J oont tlmiig mtvf 8c <rce ano Valti at>le tt<K<k?, enibraciuc Early u.v?l and 3 at-? .An,Tr* , I'liMtrat^J Works, Biof raptiy . P <?try. 1 ravel* aud 0?iier?l Li(?*rat.ir??. to bo bom at m? A-i-ti n fi 0 n,, ,>Uth4a-t Corner P-n?.fi> !v%ni-i \vt-nn-' llt*i ^r-.t uS:*?? BVBN.NO. May ^.I'^W'ol X. I * tr^VLh 'mmf,ucinK at *s "'c,ock r ? - 8188 tf THOMAS DOWLINQ. Anct. Auction salk op UNitlDKIUKD PLED3S3 AT B 0 B 1 B T KCLTO.N ? O O .' S , 314 NINTH 8IBEKT N W. ?ABT!RRI?2 VF1 LT1^ *,ro ,^ill *e||, otunisncin* A ! . Bu?\,r. pril 29, I^ii, f.',ui da, to d;i' at i?i 1 clock a. m. ?Ld ? p ni . aM il'lr Pb" Ad Hld?!9 B.BIRr Kl'LTON 100, m.rr * ? ,. Nimh *trret njrt':w ?rt. ap-*7_?i_ J_*n*S Ol lLD. Auctioneer. J>AV?NBU(iKEH o SsLIB ? .'AMES <;uTi7o. Anrtl?t,?.r. ,, '? 7 o'clock p m , I ?i|| .l.p 'd.f I.Uowii.K until all are ife'i'f'01 0?othic?,M*y ai and.1d.st led it-* arc invitPd. apts S * THtitTv Ef?'v^X,,.IC-.'i'iK i.MMPBOVKD Bliop ?lTl,rP .." ^">K OK V|?OINI\ AVBNLH.NR - H T ilTf V TY - I'l RSTftTRr vt ^T. A N U ?>N W Ei V 81L * OF EOUBTH lofiST iAiT' A ANDrS S Bv virtne of a rt-cree of the Snprome Totirt No 4 619' wVwiii ?? P???*! ia came . ^ ' Wll| | jjt || {?? f/-oilt ,.f f K ? ^?::?VknpTSu*8L^Y- <,h """'"w/i m\ ? . ^ f^ bthi r D^raiiuiii^. iot4 hit -ki .?iirf- a'/Tot'on' V1!1?'.iacln'i,e? onr ?nhd!ii?l ,n ot M O cltt rf vr? t'i i,n "ll0?!"0 fUlity thre ?, Sj.i ia Of B ^ u* " in b ?>k . 1 , ,M ^ ^ H. at pis-- 1?J*2 Virginia ar.i ?^rrJ^p,^VK^Crin? "ld P-^auare euTiaTT. V;'" , ,n^h ?*sh, balance In three ?. .?! in m\, twelve and iikrLt?-?*u ni('i tlm fr di thf day of sale, with intercut' or the *ltol< pnrrhMb tno&ey may b<? paij in caih wi?bin ?rriralf Lr^i Hn"' <*f All c.nvey t boh ofth r. rrtr! c Hode?^l giv?u until tbe purchass tuo;,ey is paid If the t.-rnia the da?^ n7 Com,>l,e'1 w"h u i,h'1 '"a <lay* fr,"m the diF of Brtle, me re- *rv? th* riijbt to ^h#. pr p*rtv at th? rink aud c ><*t < f th^ defaulting nnr BUr five days' public notice in the ET-juinR eMh^iUe?' C*?h snb'Jivi,,i,,n will te exhibited at l-vVd*du'i^yabfe* *** ?b? are WM BA LI, A ST Y? E 4as7ihat nw # M \V 1LLIAM.S07 Pf-hna. a%e n. w Tnis'eeg epte dAqg 8, M WaBMIB, Auctioneer. V'OUNO A M1DI?LET??N. i*rai Bstatf Auctioneers. fRI PTEIS PALE i*K VALUAB1 E PROPKRtv N rF HBfcTWBKCM>'* 'ilu? * w v0BK A V K NOBTHWB8T b? AWD 7th 8TUE?TS, AI ..By virtue of a deed of trust to us, dau>J on JB t ne flrrt da> of I), r-mh-r, A D l8'0?and re ?' 7u Lib^r Ho. 6i&% folio 337 et of the Lai:d Becord* for the District of Oolnoibii, and at tne ri"i"<l?t of the holder of the note thereby He cured. we wlli sell, at pntillc ancti ,q. in front of U'L*a ni.*S?-.*?n .^K1DAY, lh? 3d day of ? a> , A. D. i8.6. at ?> p m .the foil >?ln< dosct l>?d u le ai1? situated iu t be city of W ashington. in the Di*ttict of Columbia, tt wit the east halt of lot niunbtred fonr (4), in souare Mimbred four hn.)dr<-d and lifty (460), toa-thT wiih the improvements th'-reon ?-tner ?,T"n':; f)*t'.th,ra ia CMh? ?nd th" balance in three <S' final pajments, at 12. IS and 2i mon'hs f r th.'' notes of the pun baser will he r iinirid, fcea'icR interest at el^h? (8) percent. Dtr ? "lated on the day of ?ale, ?tcar--d by a dttd of trust oni the premises; or the purchtaer may pny all cadh at hi? option A deposit of will the time of Pa!o. A flconv< y aaciTi^ a? the *urcha*er s cost ITtte term* are tit oomfliM S.l"11 (ia58 thereafter the Tru-te>a re'erve 1 h<- 'to ren* 11 the property at tlio riik aid coat ot tuc dt'facKins pni\ha<<-r. RKBILCC A U MKLLICN. ) ar21 , U- HA1M MATTIS \ Trust-es. _ap-l f"Ad* (nee Baix),S (^EOIiOt W. STICKNZIf, Auctioneer. TIU"ST*ES' FA I K OK A PE^I R \BLE THRPK S :i|iY BIJIt k DWELLING WIT i lUf'K ^ a ieea .?Ltm,t *"fH ? it, *P, *? d,'lT recorded lu Lib r No 7/ ., lo.io iTTTone ?f the laud records for th- District.- , biw. and at ihc r -.jU. t ct the party aecureu thereby, ^ 6 V* lil JJ^II at D MIC ft'lC<l^Q, la f'ont of rhii nrpmi ru*'m^ ^^DNESDAY, May 3,1678. at 3 o'cock p. c tv^r wi'k ^''r 1 l\c1l "f. situate In the il nii WasmoKtoii, Distnct ot Colombia, known uJ? ? Td;'n,tbe P,a* or plan of s?i^ city as I ?t lettered U, of thesupdivision of lots litfe< ;i(l|) and sixteen, (16.) in ?.(tiire nnmb>red t*9 hundred M!!-?,g.hKtL2Bf' (^''' ?s"l 'ot havln* 9 front of tint ?iV, Vrf? 1 J * <W''h of on?< hundred and "-ll,rov.n.",!?Je " 1"U' ????>?? ?lib m: .fc: r d by a deed cf trust < u th', , ' ' , j sola, cr all cash, at the option T the pnreua,.-r A deposit of fi20U wt'.l be re juired at time of sale, and I all couve>ancinjt at expense of purchaser. Teran tf) l e Cvn piled with lo seven days, or proneVtr til.a ' refold, at the rieR and cost of the ^aXanltin* uar Chu3?r, alter five days' advertisement. BHslNAKD H WABNBBJ _ MaBTIN U. ttOilBEU, \ Truitees. aplT m,w,f ' |j I N CAN SON BB03., Auctioneer-. 1BISTEE8 SALE OK BB1CK DWELLING STOK*.oohheh 7th and s sruEEra BNtBTUWtST. ATAI UTION. By virtue ot a d??d of trnst to me. dated the ,'l?t day of March, W74. and recorded in Liber 749. folio 75, one of the land record? of the Die ytct ?f Columbia. I Miall, on THTBS0AY,the 4th cay of May , 187(5, at A o'clcck p m , in front of the premises, sell at public auction, part of lot No 1. in square No. 417 Beginning for the same at the ?ontbeast corner of eaia lot 1. running thence north Jb fret ei. bg 7th street ?tet. thence west as feet to a pnblle alley 10 feet wide, thence ^outll ?1 ,ng said alley .it teet to nurth 8 street; thence east along said S street 98 feet, to the beginning; improved by a fine brick boose, with st< re room. Terms. 81 500 cash, and (he balanoeln two final Payments at 6 and U months, from day cf aal?, for wh'ch the note* of the purchaser, bearing intsrest at the rate of 8 per cent ptr annum, atd secqrod by a d? ed of trast on the propertr, shall be given a deposit ?>f 82U0 will be repaired of the purchaser at the time ol sale. All conveyancing at the expens* of the purchaser, if the terms of sale are not corn ailed ?1th within one week from the day of sale the trustee reserves the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of th<- defaulting purchaser, uesn giving seven laya' notice ia the Brening Star. apiO-eoAds CH AS M ADE8, Trustee. H. WABNIB, oorner 7th aod IT ctreeta! ~ 6AL1[OF VALrABLBGBODHD AT SOnTB hobthwest" ?* 81XTH AND S8?*T8 ? I will offer sale at pobllc auction, on 8 AT CBDAY, tbeftth da> of May, 1S76, at i o'clock p m., lot fronting luO feet on 6th street, corner of 8 street northwest, by a depth of 88)< feet. Terms One foarth cash; balance In 6. II, 18,14, and SO months, at 7 per eent. interest. Title per fect Conveyancing at purchaser's cost. apJ6 eoAd* J. T. OOLDWELL, Baioamaa. WILL SCLL, AT PUBLIC ACCTIOV, OH MONDAY, at 9 o'cleck p. a. Apkil tig, in front of the premises, two three-story Brick Haoaaa. Noa. 134 and 136 Id street eontheast. Terms mada known on day of sale. GBOBUB OOWIB, Secretary B.C. B. E. Asaoclatlon. ? ? DOWBMAN k QBBBN, A acta. M. 0. I<UTTBU<I<, Salesman. aplNtow THB ABOVE 8AI1B IB FOSTPOHBD until MOB DAT, the 83d day of May,aame hoar and place, GBOB3E COW IE. ,w auction sales. \\ ?WILLIAMS, Auctioneer, * No 1001. iK'rU?<?t Riraor NHt ?nd D itrwH V*I I'ABll IVFROrip"ruOPKHTT. ri NT 1 NO ON L STBKKT. NlitH C'BNKR 1 m M BUT KUKTHW^T, AT AUCTION * '*" TJ ? >'?*?. 187?, o clock ? .l???'IMI,tolro?l .?f t*e premi???. Mrt lrT",\.9 .In bavin* ?fee? front. mooing ba-klilU (wt imtrmrt b. a well bu; t twi story trick 'Wfl W.CObUlDlUi MB r^nui.iuuilf It ? 4> "lr?b.? rtMdei c?. Turn. trade known on day of ?aie mil ik Wash b williams a.: IklNCANSON BBim .Auctioneers ? * southeast oofiior of fib Sn<? ?> ?t., aurtl??. walnut a Jin rH?Mi:?-R rrttsiruE* sr I'KHIUK HAIR aNIk THKK MATTRCSSSt*. UOT Tai.I MTS. S1M.LE Ainu DOt'BLI liIDSTJ.*Pn. KIT HaN >?FE9, H\IB ^Fl KNlTCK>- N?>BLI tor t* BL>8, CAhlETH. OsR|i*S HOSE, MAT TINi.S, OT11KB rrKRITUBB. Ml. _ al?> A t-W ALL LOT OF duNNIP <;?H)P8. TE18. bOAi'8, fALT AND OTHEK -.8 m'KKIKS #7\ OaTUISPAY M(>BN1"0. ??> U cmm V^mer>cing at 10 o'cWa. ?||J b? sold at oar m: auction r-ms, 1 (ni*ril of ns* ~ ir*, ? and second band Furnitare, Mr " DUNCANSON uRitg An. ts c r| !Bl'M AS DOW LibQ. A act loneer FirTT SEVEN 8HABE8 OF W AP HI N 'iT^N if&{'"T'TrVXr* Oo?PA?, 0b THURSDAY. Ma 4 Ki <t? o'cl fk r ra . ?? ni) nun 1 .1 ro tu-, 1 will sell in low t<?*nit?. tlfty "Viu ? ! ares of the ?t. ck of tl>e> Katl iut 11 and Georgetown Railroad company. Turn ranti try! 3t THOMAS POWLINO. Auctionesr. \\ ASb B WILLIAMS, Auctioneer, ** No. 1001 norib? -?t corner l'tb and D its TElBTKBf 8AM ??r HOUSEHOLD AMP _ KITCHEN F' HSni KF. K\ ,By v'rtneofade<>d of 'rnst, ? a'ed April tlth. *3^' ? f 1?<6, ai d dol) rttr<*ide?J in Liber No. ppi *-v> 'olio 19 Mr .Prif of tt>" !?jd rec rls f>r ? 1 I M .shir St. n, D strict of ( oluinbia aud t>? JP.rty ? mr?d th~r.-hi. 1 .hall sel'. '?11 Till'KM? * V. M a> 4 li. 18/6, at 1 0 o'cl >ck a m at 90??. corn-r of rh ? -1 M ifcuti northaest. the foil, wins articles. !? ue in part? Hai 's1 me Dmtlnf Cm ?mi | Ext*ns!^; Ta' le. and Pinii s r . -to Ohafri; Cotti?t?- tnrnunre, lncain and otbwr Cnryetf, Cai.e feat ? bniro aod R.-? k?:g II lit cii tb Lonrfr, p. pi%- it d?t*iid* Bnr<'?n* aad W i?-!i-t*n..?. W'ardrot ?M, Pjr mf Jl utr-iiM Ma tki >'?ir t'arp^ti, < *n f rf?, feathor Pilio*- *1 d BoUtrra; BUnWtk, II n-I. H&d t'otroQ-fop tc?nv ort-?-r arttt! ? in vk> t ia "*<??>< A " I'er?o ? in w?i t of ftjfuOaro ahjutd not fail to attei.d t' ' aalb f>rth<"n I utp liten i ;?* oaly a ?> 1 rt tiaie Tetiun ceiib WALTEB R. WIL* lA^lft. Trti?'?e>. T,l'l<1 WASH. B WILLI\M" A-ict. X'Ol'KG 4 MIPPLBtosTT B? al fc-tale Anctione?rs CilAKCEEI 8ALE OF IMi'lUiVKD PRDPKa 1?? SIXTH fcTBAET ftORTU ^ tM U>'virti:r of a i - ci'e^ of die8npt ?oi?> 1 mrt of Bl *t ? Itix'rict if C. lait.ti*. IvillfM at put.lie ? nion, m f r, nt if thf prt-oM" ?, on FRIDAY iln* Aih .lay of May, at .? u cl. < k p ni . th? toll wi>i? il huM real catate, f. wit Part cf I it nu? ' ?rM I. lti ?^r.are nnn.l^?red 4<l, with th^ laipro>ftiiectj. ci n?l?iinR of a two story train- hon"> Terms of gale made known a; **!? J ? M K8 ? BANG*. Trtnteo. tn>l tnw.f YOUNG A M I PPL ETON, A'i-ta. pUWTS J. SWEET, AtntUmeer. TK]I STBB'S 8ALF. OF A FINE, LARTE 8TODK ('1'. PBl'S, TO(,K. THICK WITH T H K OoOI> W ILL and FIXTI kes &ni? lsa?k ok I RLO 8TOKK AT THK Si>L'THW#ST roR I^AK OF Tth AND N STREETS NORTHWEST gmr^i ?>* ^*rtn#ot a <?f irnut to m??, !at*v1 |)e YycfDiD(T 1, A D. 1-75 ltd rial) recorded in 1M I 11 6r No. 814, feli.i S7. oiiti??f the Ia iI r^corili MJ* lor Hit* Di lrict of ColambiA, I will ?> u at ?,it-.%!tli?l,0Dl0a lbe prt?Uiir*e?, on 8 ATI'HIM Y, April i9!b, Lk76. at 4 o'cl- ck p in , a I ?r*e and fl it ? . IVrfumery T .llet Article*, ic . Mc . * thfc entirx ht ck of lliut ?ior? N > I oD .h. southwest coruer of Ttb and M streets ncrtb Trrins of sa'e rash A deposit of ?1 8M) required of the purchaser at time of sale. If th?- ter jis of sale are n t coRipti?d with ia two days ater sale. th.< trustee resen ?* the rtgh* tor??elI the propertr ifct the risk sui cost of the <i**t?iiliiDc pnrcha<ier. GEORGE J B0SD. Trotfee. ?P*2 E.J S?EKf. Auctune-r. " T SALS IS P08TPONFD tinolTHl BhOAl. May lltU.!?;:?, we hour and plrtr^. ?")' GEORGE J BOND. Trnstee. 15. a VVARftER, corner "tb a ad F etrecU. TKI BTEE 8AIE CF VALUABLE IMPROVED KK A L > 8TATK ti.^i BOL'TH W KST OOK N K It V U ? L BT'ilfT AMD NORTH I BKET. IN CI TV OF W ASHINOTON. U. O. ?7J . \y ''''J*.?' * trns? to tne, bearing ?B date on the 1st day of July, A O 1?"4. an ! re f .t 3lf.Lt the land rec^idi jor the Pistriot of Commb'n, and by th?* direction of seiortd, I will sell, at nnalic auction, ia i( M?e pi?^rt.^on Wednesday. tb? nth Gft\ of Ma> A . P. 1876. .it t> e clock p m., ell that t rc-l ?r irrocr >1 ii the citjr of Wasaioft n, D C Known aiia descibed as lot numbered on? li indre.l and six'y (160), in Hbenbrid's recorded subdivision C>1 ?iU?re numbered six hundred a-.d t?? nt" thi <-e i SZj : t< gether with the ItrproN ements, cocilatia : of ? ne?t three story Brick Dwelling. oi Terms; One-third cash; balance in ?lx aid twelre mo:.ths, with Interest at eight p?r cent pi r annum, a- cured l.y a d?e<l of trust op iu the ?rf p -rtf. <!on ?<;)ancicg at |iur< baser * cost f 1(10 down at time ct sale It terms of sale are not complied with in ".ve. 9 from day of sal. , tbe Trustee reserves the tisl t to resell at risk and cost of defaulting nur Cb-""TJ * -GORDON, Tru^t* aplg eo.td* J. T OOmWELL, Sale^man. E FIBS'! ' LASS DWELLING ON 14th n-KEIT. MTWKKN ? ORCOR VN AN PR - ' RBETS. AT AP. TI"N -I alll"?!!. at ?"lie auction, In front of tbe prernis. g, on FBI DA i", Miy t.'b. at " loci p m . that large new tir-1 cla> Pw>Iling. situat.- aaatove,containing II roo*? aid tl! t-ietui dern lmpro*'*nents. with cellar, bi.y win ?c!'o' ?5xjS0. Ti*le p. rfect Terms it sale. Sloe paid down at ?ime of sale All c jn*e?ancini; h' expense cf purch?ser. ni/tdts THQ8 E WA'.QAMAN, Anct. F0TI0N SALE OF TWO VALUABLE LOT#, snitable for place of l.u?tne??. ..n eorrter i th ard E tr. snorth-ast.cr. TBl'RSPAY. Ma* a lf(76 at o'clock p in JOHN A. BOHNEIPBR nsjl It Executor of Henry GetU deceased. I^HOMAS DOW LING, Auctioneer. HIGHLY \ALPABLE UMIMPROVEP REAL ESTATE, AGGRBOATINO ABOnT 60.0?n tEBT OF GROUND, AT PIBLI A L V 1 Ivf ? S OnTI B8PAY AFTERNOON, May th? 9th, W?. at .? c clock,on the premis<*?, I -hall sell i the tallowing described property Lus No 4, 7. 9and 9 in square 70, on the east |side f 22d atraet, between M and N streets northwest, lot Ho. tin same square, on the north side of M stre-t, between 21st aud Std streetn; lot No. 1J in Mine square, ob New Hampshire avenne, Iwiween M and N street*. This propnty will be sold ia original lots or in snbciyl?loiiS to suit purchasers, and bt ins meneof the ni?st rapidly Improving -actions of the city, ? bonld demand the attention of partiss desiriae sroh able investment. Terms: One fourth ca?ta, balance Id 6,12 and 18 n.octb-, with notes b?'*iiog latevesi at S peroebt. pTani.ua?, ami secured by a deed of trust on thf i rrop^rt) sold. M&) deposit on each purchaser at tim?oT sale. All convey an ingat cost of pirchas?>r bp?*' dAds 1 Hep | TH06 DUW LING, A net. By virtue of a deed of trnst to a?. d%t?d - ch *5.1S74 and recorded in Ltber No 747, obi- of the land records of the Oistrlct of < olcnibia, we will, on THURSDAY, the -JTth day of April, 1576, at S o'clock p tn , la f.-out cf tne or. n,is?s. u-U at public auction. Lot N ? 2i, in .1. G. I Berrat ? -iImIh isiob of original Lot Mo. S. in Sjuare No IW, eaid subdiviai, n b. iug rscorded la Liber , H. P C., folio )44 in the ofiice of tte Surveyor of I tfc? PIstrlct of Uoicnibia. This lot fronts on 1 street n^rth, aud runs back to a 30 font alley; is improved b>- an elegant three- : ttory Brick Dwelling. (No. l.>37 I street north- ' wvft,/ with basement, attic a-id b*;k bmlilisg, aad has excellent furnace and range Tertrs: One-tbtrd of the purchase money In c*ih, ! and balance in three' e.jual pannftitr at t. It and Ij | u oMt.f from day of sale, f >.- which the aotes of the puniia?er, bearing In.etest at the rate of 8 per Hit. [ r annum, ao 1 ? c ;rvd bj a deod of tru*t oa i tin propert>. sna.l be given, a deposit of HI.IJUJ v ill be required of the purchaser at the tine of sale. Ailcocvejanciut at tho expense of the purchaser. If tt.e terms of ?ale are not CiimFlitd with wit bin one wis k from the day of a ile. the trustees receive the right to resell the property at tho risk aud ca<t of the dCauiting purcha.-er, rp jd giving -even days* t t!ce la the National R-. pnbffc-in aud E.oaiog ftar. GEORi.K W KIG08, I-.?^ ARIHI'K KENDALL, \ ~rnrte;>< apll fBep.J DUNCaNSON BROS , Aocu. ETTBSABOVK SALK 18 P0PTP0NKD until TUESDAY, the ?>;h day of May, &. D IS76 at the name hoar kliv place Kv order of GkOBOB W.MIGOS, (Trpl?M ap77 [Rep] ARTHUR FEN PAuL ,< A' JOT! '< fio 117, < T liUb P0WL1KG, Auctlonder. TRUSTEE'S SAT E OF VALUABLE PBOPEKTY ?'N liPBRABTON AND BEALL STREETS, I a GEORGETOWN. ? By virtue of two d-eds of trast, bearing date ? he 1st ai d W davs of Fobruary, 1864 and re coid?-dia Lib?-r N ('. T. No tb, at folios 1M and 1<4 tbe undeisigmd all! sill oa MONDAY, the i?9ihdeyof May, A. D. Wi. in front of ths pre mi.ea, on UiiLbartoD strtet. at i o'clock* ni. the east balf parts of L. ts No. 79 and 87, in Beall a ad dition to Georgetown, tbe same fronting thiro (9u) feet on Di nl-arton street and exUBdlig I.ark of that?idtb norihwardh one hundred anl twenty leet, loipiovtd with a comfortable dwe'ling h inn ai d other oat buildings, the premises being No. fj Pm.bartr-n rtreet and the other parrel b log a va cant lot fronting SO ft< - Beali street aud having a d p' h of I"0 '? ? t lerms ct erne. One tuiiu ca.b te?idue in two cijnal payments at six and twelve m>nth', with .n te'.ct ?o be secured b? Ceed of tru<t. *? -Di d?pos.t *ben the property is- ftruck cff. which is ti be for feirtd If tbe lerms are not complied with within ftva da?s after sale. All conveyancicg and recording at purctaser's expanse ESAP FtTB RBLL, Surviving Trustee. apW ecd I ?.V>r.^ ) 1 HQS. H >W LINO. Enct. T HUM AS DGWL1NQ, A actio VALUARI. E BUS1N K8S PB?PERTT 09 THB NtiRTH MUt OF PENNSYLVANIA AVE NI K. BE1WFEN 1 7th AND 19IU STREETS MiRTH ?> ST. AT AUCTION. ? On MONI AY. May 9th. 187?, at SHo'c'ock p n . Ut front of tbe premises, I will eell that **r> valuable bosisee. property on the north side cf Pennsylvania avenue, between 17th aid li h streets rorthwe*t (No 17 43', being Lot No. 7,1b Square 1?6. hsvtt g a frout of 9U feet by a d.pth of lit 11 It feet to a tu ? it f ot alley, and improved by a two ktcry Brirk PweUitg known as the Star aod Garter Restaurant . , . .... ... Terns One tnird c?sh. -balance la ?, U Bird 18 moftbs, n tee bearing iuteres' at d par ceai per fct.m m . and secur*-d by deod of trust on tbe prop B?t" A deposit ef ? HM) required at time of aal*. . J, evening star. Moxpat... n?j i, |tn?. *** 1 ORK v??n n?w. r:: t Bna.1 rronw?M, ?... oi.n.iL' ? '/??????Ul rravotlag i^rrt* Oku j .... York. Aprilr. li e world, which was old yesterdar grown suddenly young? Or is it >*ca?ee tbe SlSXT-r*"" yrtunc m,*d wa* ????? ? _ bo"*> lo?k loto l>:arr Lh'^ iiT / k"1*" ?TfT oat of **? r'*nJ ?. ? ?f "5? n?w spring bonnets mat all at or ce existence seems K<) fr^k,~ storyonly J oat beginning to b? u&i* What? ever It In. let us be tha?ksul tbat room . aiwaj* with Ug. ?nd lore. a.Ttrui? ind 4U. ?IMl hl>l,or< au,t trust, an well ait *co and falsehood, and treachery, and let a* rV jnice in, them, and keep ihet?i as ? ",7; ware? off evil things. There are days, dark clay a, dreary clays, when on? fe. is it*,, {?reaching the gospel of black alpaca, ot the crucifixion of a.l one's taxies and longing* and the putting on of sackcloth aodashea' f<?r the sins of the generation-but not to .lav not with the earth smiling, tt.e fountains thrown g up their showers of wi,"" ay. and men and wotuen opeidnr their hearts to the gladness of the season I- or to-day. 1 am glad to be alive, and U.a there Is to much youth and beaut v to sprea 1 joy at d happiness arouvd me 'l am g.al il^ere are people whose lives are a hull lav who can *ur bright silks and sou ,?v, who can walk In the sunshine and aid the charm of the ir presence to the g .-at t.?v o' beli k. To day I am even rreonc let i . the caprices, the whims, tt.e changes of fashi ?u 11 Ifuni good to have the ".pine of an Infinite earlety. aid bett-r to l?e ci.trm- I wit'i nevorendlig surprise*. I win weir sere* and homespun, at d trudge through the rain n * wat<*r proof and over kli,?-v bi.t mv lady delight* me. sometime* w.th h -r b.?*i ret which Is a put! of tulle, act!-, win, in delicate tint of her gloves, the grace .>; ?i,?r eirape-ry. the Rtiti.jue oddity of her ornt tuent*, the fiu?l of her r.alr. and *i*.? vs w.tl the amazing l? rt illty of her rssinr.^ M may well reco 'die thenm 1 ves to the .j"..v table. f? r tl . y would g ? m ? 1 wit'i d. M ?tr ? 'hey had uot this fair woman to < . mi l about. ? " ' BRIDAL TROrsMBArS. Many weldings are taking i.ia.-a m ine?< eJays. notwithstanding the ta ic about di vorces. no'withstanding the cost ,.f Itvin* and the hardna-s ,,f ltle time*, lor uattire thank heaven' is stronger than a tli.tisaud theories, and set i<Mig ?? the birds sing and me flowers li.nuin people will Ik> young, wii. _e>\ e and will marry. Nor is an outfl 1 for the important event to day a mailer of gr etc cost or more solemu consideration than it was a hundred years ago. taking the fact into account that ruoney is cheaper and t* and labor dearer now fian then. P.- .ple do rot, or at leas! ought not. as a rule, to mar ry more than once iu their lives, aud sbnuli surround thut once with whatever can lend a Joy or a charm in the retrospect s ? I confess to looking not on I v iuda'^ntlr but with pleasure, ou bridal wear t .at seemed like masses of delicate Valeu clennes laee; on cw<rset? of white satin and stocklugso! silk and pettiooats a-.ddraw ers1 of creamy twille.1 silk, trim met w th wide scant rurtlea. 01 tinte.1 lace Not Imu rlous as tins sounds, was it without its counterpart In the times that triei m? , s *?lU,* Jor i ,I*T* *??"? m*nv years Hg,?, an e ld lady of eighty exhibit the suit stnys 01 corded silk and whaleltooe, the ilregses a..t aprons of white tahinet. 'rimmed wlUi hand-knitted iace, and the dres,e. of sl>tc which "Stool alone. -a id compose,! pert of her wedding 0111 fit sixty vears b'fo^ when she. a great heiress to a bun Jrel tho 1 sand vlollarft, ^: 1 marrie<l a p<ior ruiQi^f^i of the gosjs.i, with nothing l?ut bis professloa ai:d ber money to sustaiu them. Sj l guess human nature has not. aud never do*M change essentially: it is only the conditions which surround it tiia: change. I? is stirHr not any fault of woman that manufacture*! cotton has t>ecome so line aud exquisite of texture or that the facilt ie? for m.kln* "t have become so great that there is no lrrie-r atiy necessity or excuse for wearing a coarse labric. since the flue costs no more than tue coarse did formerly, and we can indulge 0.1 r lasles witiiout hurting auvbody s prK*k?t I am scrry for my part not to have a chan. e to live beyond the allot!e?l time <n the en joyment o! sight and sense, and touch, for 1*amy and fineness flu Mne w;ih such au iu fiiute sense or joy in existence :i,?. 1 would !!?.?/?, ^ ato uke tbe Rhart'?" ?? wnlch with the rapid improvements and discover, ies, the women of the uext generation mav and win. not my la ly alonefbut 1 whonmv r?^ 66rge aud the hotnespon. 11. .'"J* unsophisticated readers would like to know what constitutes a bridal on Hit lor h young lady who may be supposed the possessor already of a lairly ample wardrobe. One bridal or -Pompa iour se: including skirts 01 iineu cambric, the whole tiimmed wih nifties aud puilsot real valeu ciences lace and hand sewed, I.' sets of linen, (r reiich style.) band embroidered upou t'ie 2. kIJ st !8?J percale,Kjoare cut. trimmed with flne making and needlework; 1 j skii t? tucked, ruined, and trimmed with neelle work and embroidery-!, lor walking, i deui! trained and -trimmed tor wear witn evenin elresse*: ;s dozen hose ?I dozen silk .?a ne riehly embroidered), l do/.eu lisle tnreai and I elozen striped. In silk, the plainest r' lul^8'e tue price Is vji t?ei dozen for the quality, and laVtrlp 1 Jl-per dozen. Then there are half a dozen et)rset covers of different degrees offlneaess and luxury: half a dozen dressing sacks?2 ruitled and pulled with Valenciennes, the rest trimmed with needlework: 1 dozen short r ^?-?.!rhl,e?.aQe long cloth- tucket and ruitled witb needlework, white flannel embroidered, 31 tinted flannel, be?t, flushed with pink aud blue and ex<iuisitely embroi dered with silk in which there is a slight admixture of silver, and o India twl'.lej/hg trimmed Willi insertion anl scant ruiliin? torchore lace; 3 dressing-gowus-: of nan sook trimmed with white thread lace and cardinal ribbons, 1 of pale blue cash mere trimmed with heavy silk cord to match, and another of black silk (princesse style but n.^a11 tu.e way dowu tlie bactvaud flauued with bows in front. This was a very handsome outfit, b t it aid not Include dresses, gloves, iiauaiier chlcrs, laces, bonnets, fans, parasols, etc Anotiier that I saw receutly ejousisted. on the cxintrary, of these articles mainly tue underwear had been prepare.! at hoaie.' A BBIDK'S DKI>jrs. One of the least expensive though not the least Important, waa a traveling dres? ot summer camel's hair, with silk sleeves aud silk mounting of a darker brown shade, ac companied by a brown chip hat wi:h the two shades of brown, a trail of pale il iwers with brown foliage, it might be state t that the buttons were the new ivory </? tv./ or splashed with brown. A dinner dress was of navy blue silk, piped with cream color A combination dress waa of brown faille on cream and damask hrocade. A black silk suit was beautllully trlrnmel witn crimped fringe of graduated width with tasseiied beading. A very handsome all- i black grenadine with satin stripes was ma le over plain black foulard silk, and arranged so that the stripes assisted the beaut :fol black thread lace In forming tae trimming This dress was completed by a round cape covered with rows or the lace p it on alight: \ fuil. A street dress of dark blue silk was trimmed with the fabric exclusively and completed by a small pelerine. An eve ning dress of pale blue faille was eovere I with a "Juive" tunic of damask gau?-. fas. tened up at the back with a s.tati of theFllk. and trimmed with a flat braid of silk and I sliver. A morning dress was of plain gray faille with diagonal tunic of striped gray gauz<>. ornamented with trails of provence ? cardi nal) roses. There were otl-ers. Including au ' Alsace" cotton, with clustered stripes of t reucb blue, a ceMtume of cream and brown grenadine to be worn over brown silk, but ibis Is enough. Still stronger points of at traction were the Jackets and tuulcsof black and cream colored iace. The fans were paint ed by baud to order to match the dresses and their ornaments: one for instance 1 and one of the simplest ? with blue forget me tiots and delicate foliage, another, a black one, with long, drooping sprays of liilies of the valley, a third with a loose, lovely spray of Margue rites, and a fourth with hanging honey suckle. The parasols were not numerous. There were only four?oue a white one, covered with real lac*; another a black oue, lined with white ai d trimmed with bleached cash mere lace (real); a third a large ooe, dark h.ne. with oover of cream-oolored laoe, aud a t< nrtb an English suu umbrella of twilled silk with onyx handle Not, I waut the V?oi g lady who is to be the possessor of all tt.?se tine things to pe>ssess the still richer git's ol patience, swuet temper, firmusas, r- <?ieration and dignity, that sbe may be snle to keep ber own, that she may ?e as 1 a j >y as the good in tbla world ou^ht to make ns all. UOIKG TO TH* CEJCTENItlar*. Krom north, south, east, and w(Hit the cry ce ines * What shall we wear to the centeu l ial?" and in anticipation of the universal ?iftioind for such things new shawl straps have been lr<tro<1u<-ed which fold over like an envelope and have a pocket book ua the inner side for memoranda, railway guldea and tbe like. Tnere are also umbrella covers' which lace up with cord and which will eon tain a whole family of umbreUas and para sols, big and little, and are famished with holders for carrying upon tlie arm. Taere are covers of striped eontll for satchels which uot only give them a stylish appear ance but preserve th'jm from Injury. A lady's outfit for the oentennlai cannot be so easily described, U depends so much upon the ady, rjw the ^Donrt of m sha h*< In I?r pern, tifo;. ll:f Ift (lit ?( tin* ?k* la p? i f io?tij and ?ti<r? St+ in going to it * if* the pn ter.ntal wwne 'a ti?* cojld fee* the world at 'bf exhibition bnt ?r? staid at tit* wife at tie holels Not much lent lonicd to Iftvii | bornr they feel ttiat *lt creation ha# ?*?!> n.nvlt.g ot f.ir the pa* i fl :y > . ??< ? *r? f i their own iittlecoroer of tt and that r wm| out among -n^n and Into Uif bttfjr world of wti eh they read tbey will tie looked iipot> an atiuxtihiTta ? and fari aa If tbey bat eoase out ot Uic ark Hut Uiey need not be a armed. We talk a great <t<?a! more than we act daw a days. ?u.t they will find tney bare he?i travailing a* fast as Lha rest of U.e world alter all. A travelling oal - tit In case a May la to be made In a fashiona ble watering place Is a ve*v*lniple affair aa4 there are several ways ot enmpasatnc it ai small expenae. A Mack silk skirl, a jacket ai.d tut.lc ot or>? of the pretty thin nanus! fabrics. a dark straw hat. a (aura Tall, a duster, and you are ready Or ytni may taka your pretty new aalt. put U?e basque la your satchel ? i.h a linen |*tlonalae, or jacket and ovagahlrt. wear Uia trim sod aLlrt w.Ui a shirt waist. put your duster over It. an* there yon are again prepared for rrwf enirrimry. I'otona aes hare bean out of fashion f.w some time, but tbts aeas.ni they are revived. ?o *hat lad lea who have not known how ta dispose ot may utilise Uwi* by doalng thea In front with ban.la or butuwia, and thea they will be ready with a skirt for m wniac wear Hut t here are iadlea who mnalder this sort of make shift* an insult to their taste and Ihelr understanding, who Insist upon I t..tng to breakfast a> a general g<ms to t>at tie* ariuod cap a pie. Kor Uie haueftt of ?urh the following la submitted aa a nectw? I ??ary qntflt for the Centennial. to be supida 1 no nted by moreelaboratecostumes Ha stay ; is t<* he ma<te at any of u.a *? au-rlng pia m. Thevilimu wiirrir. Traveling dresa of summer camel's hair an I (mile in two shades of l?r.<wn, brown *lik hal tr.mmed with the hr<>wna.lk and latlle. yeliawlsli wMlf flowers. ano-nones. , ctunatis or dafi<*Hia without foliage, kid gloves ??f t?>e lighter shade of brown, cfwaas white lace or u< ii,-l ii"ck tie. I*tu:?*r Oreaa at hotel* (I'm; blu? silk ai.<l navy Mm* and cream damask. the latter torning a -leev? less tiinlr trimtfie.1 with rich fringe to ?natch?the former d-mt -trained akirt and s'eevea- fliilshltg st the necs and wrists of Valid clenues lace. as tnla does not crush like crape lace or tulle. Kor the <'t| o*niou. a suit ol summer *rk or haudaouie black grenadiM*. a hai ot iv ory white chip trimmed with ls<v and flowers, u spray of de irate flower* in white lace st the thniat. and pal* titiNd kid gloves Kor morning wear, a black and white striped foulard cut pnn c? *se style, nail a white linen <>r lawn ma ta w Mh twoskirls and a t'S^ue a"<l trimmed u iklMBMitotrark. Kor traveling, bmwa shell Jewelry would be In perfect harmony with the cost line, and sliomd Include comb, chatelaine and fan a? well as ne< klace pen dant and ear ring* and sleeve bi ttons. A hlack fan.palntet In dellc.nta flower* and tendrils I or wear, with hlack dresaes, would tie the only other article at>soluvaly r?'|inr?d A suu umbrella aud parasol will ; be necessary, tue latter of black silk, llnaJ and trimmed with white silk and taes Toa ulsters, nxe of checked water pronf, ttia other ol linen or che: ka.1 lou?lnc, which shskeadust so easily. shouM ha oon*ld?r?d Indispensable, and ?-|ll be fouuJuiost u?e | iul for riding nfterward*. Hri'PLtMRRTAKT TOII.ETS What tiiet>e oonslst of will depend muah iijou where they are to be woru. A pria oesae |<olonalse of black laee and a jacket or tunic of bleached cashmere lace will b? found exceedingly uaeful; Uie former trloi | nsed with all black -o Uiat it may be w or a with a variety o; dresses, the latter trlmmag with Cardinal r?l or pale nine, tine or twa distinctive toilettes will be nee led of lining silk.o:.oof which may be oomblnel wiua striptd Kaureand trimmed with tassellag friige, the other trimmed with lace. All the accessories of costumes, flowers, (lores, Lai dkerchief* shoes and underwear become of vastly more importance, and loom up with proportions whlch exercise a serloua Influence in determining the amount ol bag ?Mue to t?e taken, it must not be forgottsn that Philadelphia Is tmt In summer, sol though this centennial year baa heen es ceptional in many resoects. yet cloae and sultry heat, which qulokly leaves its mark upon clothing Is to be expected and lire j.a red for. Kor a two weeks trip at least a half doroo setts of linen collars a id cuds should be provided for ordinary wear with those dressc* traveling or others in whinh ruttWa are not baMed. Kvery lady's sau-hel should be filled with a small tiask rilled with a mixture of bay rum, violet water, and aminonla.of tlie latter a much ^mailer <1 uan tlty ttiau of the two former. Wrap ar ual It a piece of boft linen clotn and a flue towat. and It will l* found both cleansing and comforting on or after a railway Journey. Brnahes and combs should also be carried in the satchel and a small whlsk-broom A lunch carried in a basket shoul t consist of a cold chicken. Krenoh roils aud a bottle of claret, (milk for the children or wat-?r,i hot avoid a <tuaniity of soggy, horrible oake; eating it would unflt any one for eu joy lag anything, even the Centennial. K ASH IOH ITKXa. The long wal-ts have revived the broad, heavy belts, which are bixiadet than ever, and known as Henr \ Hem eta for the deml-aeasor are blaec Etcaw <.r chip trimmed wMk t>lack silk and cream llKles, anemones, daffodils, the |>sla clematis or Kngllsh hawthorne In Its vari ous stages. Bunches of very natural-look ing strawberries are a favorite decoration for white chip bonnets laid In a net or pala < ream colored lace. It m called stiawber rles and cream. Painting Is the new rape, and a great many ladles pair t their own face* from original deslgr s The husband of one ot tneMiaiisa says he is afraid iiis wife has designs npou the chairs and tables, but he hopes not. "Brassards.' or elbow t rl mm lugs ta. coat sleeves, arc growing in favor. Ladles possessed of black llams shawls ar? having them cut over Into jackets, the nail corners forming points in fiont. The only shawls worn are 6<|iiar* India ai.d striped wool for traveling purposea Al. the natural and del I floweis are fash ionable this season, combined with wood and field grass aud foliage. Black silk trimmed with cream caahmere or tinted vallenciennes. will he used for morning dresses at watering places. The new " AIsaee"cotton flulsned llkeglng ham on both sldea, and Imported In brown or blue colored strip*-- and check*. Is one of the coolest and most serviceable of wa?hlug fabrics for summer country wear. Charmlug uonuets of white chip for young ladles are simply trimmed with four amiU bunches of lilacs, (two white, two colored.) which are crossed at the back and mixed with a little tinted vailenciennes. Tee In side of the brim is faced with pale lilac silk or quilling of vailenciennes and two small branches of garden lilac, mounted in front. Brazilian bugs have become the rage again since the advent of the Kmperor ot Braril. 8inped Orieutal scarfs, a la Prince ot Wales are fashionable for the ahouliers for riding and evening; wear A new h.aclc lace shoulder-strap, ths liel occa," is really the basallsk revived. Broad armlets of gold arid /??f bracelets, consisting of several links or strands, are worn with evening dresses The French twist, tastene.1 with a shell comb, Is revived for married la^laa. Young girls, however, still rrrjx their hair, carry it back, but instead or tvlng It with ribbon* or ornamenting it with flower*, they wear Gre cian bands ot gold or silver cord ga'.ooa ail the like. JsKKigJCXt. KAKRIKU KBAbEB?H?? i.BTT. At IMrssidf?'? sf ttas t.r id*-'a ?*??!!?*. Asril 1U. 187S. b K*' l>r. I>^)tga W . >?DH'*etl, Jak(> flA'll t' Ml#- Usssikl MtlUkv Howlstt, bolk ot Waablogtou. D C. JON IS?HATkv In Bslttn . re. Md . April 11. lsr?,h? the Her J B htnt.Mr Wa J?*aa?? Mi** CaTHsxiai M. Batb*, I jta of the Diairic* s? OulitadMs K ? P *?< LA M PITT la Baltlaor*. 8-?p-*?har U,lS;?,trK*v Mr Oh I prli ???.?!<*> fc-e.- to J*t Mt 0. C4.*ai'iTt, tota <4 ti la city. ?II BOSTON. On April K, ISN, BosB ?*?<TOJC,ia th*>l*t year cif U*r ag''. - 1 be funeral alll 'akr ?Uce on Tussdsr, StUfro* her re?xiMi s.Cspiud ?til. sou.h E ?tr?-^. ?LliU'TT. guddsaly, ia Btsw Vork, Sirfll ??. 1K7C. of dis^assof th* bwsrt.UsK BL B. f rni. rlr of ths 0. B aav t aged 54 mmv lb* remains ws<s broaabi to this cttr aad la teirsd In tk? fsniU* sal. st Oak Kill csMstar? . r ITZGERALD Ap U >u. I?7?, at * a'clock VicasKL ri*?a.**sxv, th' bolovsg husband sf AiWs rti'gsraW.a uafivs of C^aatr b rty. Irs imma hi tha SSth ?*ar of his age Ills fuaeralwlli take i>laoa from kj lat' r?S? deuce #o. 10# B s4rsst nortbeas , wsdastdaf. jd.atlo'clorkAB boieian high luasswili Be at ??. Aloysius church. Tba fri-uds t?ud r?ditl*s? of IBs isn nr are unittd t" attead. Mav Bs rsst la psars. Iftsp.lt*Balto taper* ] ** LOW At Brattsnuc. rrtace Qaarg* eosatr, Md , A pr | ju, 1#?. Csbl. J cogsat aoa 7 Joha B a V Low, agsd S ysars, ? months aad B mm , ? and Ei da<a71 MAERVIELD. On ths 1st ef Hay.!??.?? krsa eluMa * * Exnxst ?^**^aL?j|aa <d ^ aad 1 tM'Bias hs al. Id. sH 11 mot Ujs snd 6 days Ennsr .1 will take a?ass fro? ?o. ltild ?B s?rs?t sonib?e?t Tnssdsy .S o dock. onv Ar.nl .V l?7?. of coaacmpUoa, Mast V<>rrsi Qcis. feiK?ot ths lau B<s? ?rs (Jala, agad M*rj^al Will ?a?* pi aoa th* raaidsara ot bsr broih r. ??* C street sc tub seat, oa Waduaadsr, 3d, at > o'cl' ek ftCBBEIBEE. la thla c?t? st aaida^ht ot ths Vth April. Ml A\n M*?\ tt asi ASA, la ths CTb^Tuo<laal wlfi*tak* viae* 'roan tba rasl*saos sf ber sistacT Mis. Ani. E BlSalstos Be. I? 4? ?tk atrsot aoethwaat, Wsdaaalsy atu? >ml , th? U is ?Uat. ?3?? B I HI VE Oa tas woralat of ?. lM.HsHv.l Panihsow,child J. Ueurr 1, aad Ueuats A. airs, sgtd >1 A'lAiBs aad> dara Tunerallussdar wrat-jt. trow *th strait soatbaast, at 11 o'clock. eMITH t?n the BRh af AprU. H??, Dk^rs* ? ?hits, of Wash sftna ?#. v

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