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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1889.
AtiiMfiii'n Mrs Toiler nnClcopnti a.
IIakiuV HuoL-"lluoilman llllnd."
Tiik NATiONAl.-"l!olicrt l'.tsmcru."
Oi oat-All Star Varieties.
ItEnxAN'sI.lly (.'lay's (hilety Cmnp.injr.
Ilrrlllinrlli ARiiln In tho front,
TliU long established ami roprcwntnllvo
iiiniltmo Morn linn iicalu marched In Mm
Iront ranks In llio (urnlturo limine Intlm
r.ntlonnI Cnpltnl, which Is centrally located
nt Odd Fellows' Hull, Sccnth street north
Avcst A short time ngo llio slock of this
ctnbllshnu nt, lining to n null of trade, w.is
considerably dcplctud. air. Ilrcltbarth taker?
Krent plcniuiu to ntinouiH'o thrimjth tho
cold mm or till Journal to his frlcmli nntl tlio
Ecmrnl public thut ho 1ms nt precnl nnonf
tho lairti'ft anil best .elected ntot'ki o nil
styles nnd qualities of lurnlliiro that holms
overlaid tho plouwio of exhibiting to this
Ills stock Is all now anil rotnptctc, anil was
i-clcttcil nt tho factories with imicli can) onil
li jiuvrmcni. uoiKoucriiiRiiiicxcciirniiocK
II at bottom (Inures, und It will imy llano con-
Ii tcmpininm uuviiik lurniiuro 10 can ni tins
mammoth fiinillmo citahlWinicnt ami mam
me ois rooms nnu ooinin nn uii-rnio prices
licforo punliaslne clscvdicro. UN furniture
Is tlvgnnl mul now, of all (hehitc.t stylo, tlo
flans anil flnhdi. do illicit to this store and
sine monn. time, wciirnnd tc.ir of boil-,
mind, ami. pel haps, llio soul,
C'atili on tit Hits.
Now Is tho season to Imy your paints, 0II1
nnil biii'hes It woutil pay roil to call mi It.
St Ilrown.coniirof Povciitli anil N streets
noitliwest, hotoiu purchasing elsewhere.
Mrs. H1.AI.M.-WI1CIO aio yon colnir, Mrs.
Mrs. Harrison -1 nm eoIiiz to Vnrihilio
illnn's, BI8 anil l-JO lllli St., Iict. F anil (I, to
i-clcctHwio Turkish carpets nnil rus. It Is
tho mot rcllahlo placo In Washington. If
you need any rue anil carpel you must also
bo there; surely )oit can cot tho (Icnuliio
Uoeds chcai rr than at nn auction
Tho llcrdlo Phaeton Company Imvo now
for Mile at its oftlccs, 10th anil Csts. so. 0 nnil
mi',' Hst. n, w commutation hooks contain
ing too tickets, Rood on all Its llnosof coaches,
l.oc C11I1I11 C'ldor Mill,
HcinlliNtrcel,oppoltfc Talent ollku. I'uro
llnscett Cider made, fnuli overy day. Try 11
Class und leal e your order.
XV. II. lloiiRlitnii Co. Hpctlul In.
, New lot rocking chulrs, $1 each.
mil). hair mottnwsOwa once), S3. 50 e.icli.
Dahy carriages, 83 to $a5 each.
And thco rr lies will pay you to Inspect.
bee. our t'.li, our 8 19 oak bedroom suits, tho
best and cheapest wo Imvo ever Keen.
W II. Iloi'oiiTON Co., KID and 1SH 1' st.
Knddrn a Spring (Inoils.
This reliable and well-established Install
ment lioiiso Is now making Improvements
ready for tho spring trade. This establish
ment Is located nt 030 and ftB Hovcnth street
northwest. Their new stock Is nrrlvlng. con
xlstlnc In pal t of a choice selection of matting,
baby carriages, carpets, stoves, f urnlturn.ctu.,
nil at tho lowest cush prices on tho Installment
plan, weekly or monthly payments.
It Is tho Host.
Ask for It. Solilltz's Mllwaukco Laser
Dcor. For sale bv all leading fcousus.
l'or V.'.liington Dressed lleof
CO lo John It. Kelly, stalls (MX. OMand OH Cen
t ru Market, and -W and -OS Northern Liberty.
Corned beef a specialty.
CITY ANII HUllUKIIiVN.
A. J. Vleinmliig fell tlow ti stairs In Ills
fctoro In Alexandria and was badly Injured
Mr. ami Mrs. Lawrence Barrister woro
Icndcrcil a Sbnkcspcarcnu benefit at Carroll
lustltuto last night.
John Gibbons died In Georgetown yes
tinlay, and will bo burloil from Trinity
Ilatlihono Division, Uniformed Rank of
K. of V. will glo an Easter bait tbo --M
Instant In Alexandria.
I!cv. J. C. Jones, tho pastor of Oraco
M. E. Church' South, was given a reception
' lost ulght by tho members of his cougrega
Tho Manufacturers' Club of I'lilladcl
4 phla wlll'glvfc. a reception In UOnor of Vost-
iimsiui-ueiierui tvaiiamahcr uoaii itcuucs-
J flay evening.
Tho Mahono Vlrelnla Ilopublleans met
nt the rhllailrlphla Homo last ulght and
..Indorsed Hun. Frederick Douglass for.lic
totdcr of Deeds.
Jerry McCnrty, n young fieorgetown
' man, becamo lusauo last nljlit and rau
through M street barefooted. Ho was
taken homo by tho police.
Itov. Dr. Sunderland conducted tho
funeral services over tho remains of tho
lato Major licno yesterday afternoon. Tho
Intiimcnt was at lllcnwood Ccmctcrv.
Tho Virginia Court of Appeals has
denied the petition for a rehearing of tho
(use of Marshall and others against tho
Fanners' ami Mechanics' Savings Uank In
Mrs. (Icorgy Henschcl will sing tho
eoprnnu rolo In "Tho Spectre's llrldc," to
I'c given by tho Choral Society in conjunc
tion with tho Boston Symphony Orchestra
Tho (lljmout Improvement Company
lincj elected tho following trustees: Messrs.
H. A. II. McKIm, D, K. Kofauvcr, L. V. Ko
fuuvir, J. On lllu Johnson and Joseph
'1 ho fruit store of Antonio Ilrcgazzcla,
at tho tortiir of First and M streets south
wett, was damaged by tiro to tho extent of
$1() at 10 o'clock last night. Tho tiro was
extinguished by No. -I Kugluo Cotnpany.
Tho funeral of l'arka f!. Davis took
lilaco jcslciday afternoon from tho homo of
Ills parculs. f!cv. Dr. Steele conductod tho
religious services, and tbo remains were
laid at rest in tho Congressional Cemetery.
Leonard Marbury, counsel for the ISal
tlmore pollrtuiau who clulmcd tho O&OO ic
ward fur Hilly Williams, also claimed by
roliicmou Slack of this city, yesterday ap
I lied for tho money to tho Alexandria
At Ibo. meeting of tho Maryland Ito
publicans lat,t night committees were np
j ointcd to muko preparations for tho elec
tions to Ixrhcld In that Stale next fall, ami
after several spirited speeches tho meeting
A negro uamcil Hawkins was arrested
Jast night for obtaining money under (also
prtlcuscB. W. O.drlndcr, yesterday morn
ing, purchased from him a ilng-carl which
U"a r ntlfl ltn rtlli aliln t Iks lrrn o ml i ri-In rrn
lmrar ami afterward found that tho vehicle
had already been sold at auction.
draco M. I'. Church at Seventh anil A
struts northeast, last evening gave a hearty
welcome to Its pastor, Iiov. J. C. Jones, re
cently returned by tho Alexandria Confer
ence for his third term, Tho church was
decorated, congratulations wero In order
and tempting rcfrosbmeuts were served. -
Mr. Thomas 8. Wood was thrown from
11 coupo at tbo corner of Sixth street and
llhode Ibland avenuo lust evening, receiv
ing sovero bruises about his face. The
Hprlng of tho coupo hrnko when near tho
comer of Seventh street and Ithoda Island
avenue and tbo horto took fright, which
caused tho accident.
Leo Camp, Confederate Veterans In
Alcxm.dilu, has elected ns commander W,
A. b'moot; first commander, John l. Zim
merman; second commander, Thomas
1'irrji third commander, Kduiuiid Ilcrkloy;
nd Jut ant, Edgar Warllolu; quartermaster,
II. M. Latham; color sergeant, F. J. Power;
chaplain, Kcv. U. II, Norton; surgcuu, Dr.
It. C. l'owell; treasurer. It. X. Knox;
tfllterof the day, O. M. Uuffeiri vldctto,
1. 1'. (iormau; uxecutivo commltteu, 1'. U.
Hone, Ocorgo Wise nud Thomas White.
-Tho ling Uaby drill at tho 0. A. It.
Hall Inet nlghfcwas aa cnjoyablo us it was
oilctnal. The main feature was a manual
drill-by twelve radios, In which grotosfjucly
fc atured dummy babied were used Instead
of rltlis. Wlien tho onler was given to
"llio" the mifortutiata Infants wero throwu
1 lolcnlly to tho tloor. The drill was under
Ibo lonimaud of Lieutenant Flunk 11.
1'iilge, and was taken part In by Mrs.
.Blarliey, Mrs. I'algo, Mrs. Eldrldgo, Mra.
llairett and Mrs, bcribnor, and Mlwcs
Jlutlhew, Smith, Itegan, Harper, Mcltoa,
Wlllard ami Curry,
The Truck Ciuo Continued,
'llio prosecution against Danlol I. Mc
Kccver of the II. & r. Itallroad Company
ttr rilistrllf Hm IWInwnrn nvnnilA ur,n rnti.
Iffr lluucil uiiltl (he Ibth In tho 1'ullco Court
f Ihls morning at tho request of Colonel Tot-
leu. (uo pewipouemcuv is uwiug ru luo
fait that Mr McKeovcr Is going to Florida
for his hculth.
No mas 011 woman can afford lo bo with
out WolU'a Acme Blacking.
IIbvuicu's bottled Mao boer.
phone call, OS 1-8.
Atcctlng or Members of llio ..One Hun
Dr. Iteybiiru prcsldeil at tho meeting of
Iho Citizens' Committee of One Hundred
nt Odcoti Hall last night, and lllchard Mor
sell nctid ns secretary. Tho topics under
consideration wero assessments of personal
ami real property, rates of taxation,
grievances against inllroads, and charges
ngainst tho Commissioners.
A new committee on nsscssment and
taxation was named, as follods: Messrs.
Weller, Walker, Mursell, Currldcn, and
A resolution was Indorsed, which was re
cently pnscd by Citizens' Assnclntlon No.
:i. ptotcstlug against a tunnel on Capitol
lllll, or granting Ibo right of way to rail
loads west of Fifteenth street east.
After tbo routlno business of tho meeting
had been disposed of Dr. Allen and M. I.
Weller inado addresses. Mr. Weller said
that be had prepared nud forwarded to the
l'lcsldiiita letter charging Commissioner
Whentlcy "with inalfeasanco liiolllcaln
nllonlug his brothers, who nro his business
partners, to become bondsmen fur District
contractors." Tho following commlttco
was then nppolntcil to call upon tho l're?I
dent today tor tho purposo of consulting
him regarding local ofllcers: Messrs.
Ficnch, Stocking, Weller, Allen and Key
burn. A Killing us to IViisIihis.
Commissioner Tanner of tho Pension Uti
rcnu, with tho approval of thoSccrcrary of
the Interior, has Issued the following rul
ing: Pursuant to tho act of Cougrcs) np
proud March 1, 13S9, whenever n pension
ccrllllcato of any character, original, In
crease, restoration, arrears or otherwise,
Ehall havo been Issued by this Iliircju, and
Iho bciicllclary mentioned therein is found
to havo died before, payment, the amount
duo on said certificate to the date of said
pensioner's death will bo paid to the widow
of such pensioner. If there bo no widow
then said amount will be paid to tho minor
child or children of said deceased pen
sioner. If there bo neither widow nor
minor children, then the amount due said
deceased pensioner will, In the discretion of
the secretary 01 mo interior, be paid to the
executor or administrator of his estate.
Minor chlldrcu as contemplated by this act
nro minors recognized as such by tho
Many Religious lloquosts.
John Hoover's will was filed yesterday.
Mr. Hoover was one of tho oldest residents
of tho District, nud tho residue of his prop
erty, after tho charltablo bequests is paid
goes to his heirs, ltudolpu Klchhom Is
named as executor. Tho will leaves $10,
CCO for Iho usd and benefit of St. Alo)slus
Church; $3,000 to tho Sisters of Notro
Dome; 55,000 to tho 8lstcrg of tbo Visita
tion, Mount do Sales, llaltlmorc:$w0i) a
j car each for ten years to St. Joseph's
Male Orphan Asylum, the 3lflrr; cf tho
House of thoOoml Shopenl, tho Little Sis
toS ot tho Poor, and St. Ami's Infant Asy
lum; $200 annually for ten years toward
erecting n now church In placo ot tho
present St. Jfnrj'a; $200 a year to Miss
Maiy Agnewof Maryland; $1,000 for masses
fur the reposo of his soul; $100 for tho beuc
fit of St. Aloyslus Paiochlal Schools for
boys; $S,CO0 toward cost of completing tho
Church ot St. Joseph, this city.
tVnnts It l'liltnly Stilted.
"Thoieport that I resigned my position
iu the ofllco of tho Itcglstcr ot Wills," sail
Mr. Ocorgc-E. Johnson, (his-morning, "Is
cironcous." Mr. Johnson was for many
years Chief Clerk In tho ofllco, and since
tho new Administration commenced has
bctu making a canvass for tho otlico ot
Itcglstcr of Wills. It Is this fact, no doubt,
which led to his leaving his old position.
"I didn't rcsigu," said Mr. Johnson. "I
was dismissed. That Is tbo plain truth ot
tho matter, and I prefer lo have tho plain
A General Scrimmage.
Mrs: Anna lluddlngtonbf 13G3Thlrtccu.tu
Mreet southeast, was fined $15 by Judge. Mil
ler jestcrday for beating Ann Kplscopothreo
or four days ago. It was a sort of general
eciimmago caused by bad feeling, which
has existed between tho two women for
eomo time. A dainty red, whlto and blue
baseball bat was Mrs. Buddlugtoti's weapon.
Miss Eplscopo was accused of flourishing a
knife, and her father sought tho scono with
nn axe. An umvarry dalllanco with tho
flowing bowl was largely responsible for
I'uro Old It jo llerketoy Whisky,
With Its recupcratlvo qualities, Is highly
indorsed by tho medical profession for tho
building up of tho worn-out system, which
usually occurs to tho majority ot people In
There Is uo dealer In liquors nud wines
who Is better nud more favorably kuown
In tho community than our fellow-townsman,
Mr. James Than), nt 818 F street, tor
mo purity 01 1110 goons no unuuics, mo ex
cellence of his Old Itjo Hcrkcloy Whisky,
No one who has used It doubts Us superior
qualities as .1 flrst-class tonic.
Tho Anthropological Society.
At tho meeting of tho Anthropological
Society last night Professor J. II. (loro
lead an account of (ho meeting of tho tier
man Anthropological Congicss. "Tho
Noimaii French Element In tho English
Language" was sclceted by Judge Arthur
MncArthur as the themo for a very Interest
ing dlscourso, In the course ot which ho drew
attention to tho many Norman phrases,
with which tho works of mauy ot tho best
English writers from tho tlmo ot Chaucer
to tho present day were enriched.
1'rAiia' Soap is tho most elegant toilet ad
junct. Hcvuicn's liottled Maczcrn beer. Tele
phone call, 034-3.
This powder never varloj. A marvel of
purity, strength nnd wholosomonoss. More
economical than tboordlnarr kinds, and can
not ba sold In competlon with tho multltudo
of Ion-test, short-wr Ight alum or phosphata
powders t'otU only in cant.
ItOYAL IIAKINO I'OWDEIt CO.,
100 Wall street. New Yoik.
When thc dcsfncs la caused t
8CARLET FEVEH, COLDS,
MEASLES, CATARRH, ic.
VTHK USE Or THCINVIDIOl-C
nbloh Li tha m ft to the tun u
niAJtMAti arm In (li uroa. And mn
b worn luontbawltuout removal.
hoi 1 on. tr
A WALKH, U!drport Coin.
tl!N ( M ir Hm HB
Mile. Ilhcnnt tho Hollldny-strcctTlicattc,
Baltimore, Inst ulght, did what Is seldom
done In our neighbor town, to wit.: Ilrotight
out n new play. It wns "llio Cnso Vid.il,"
dy Stuart Ishani, n romantic young Journal
ist of Detroit, and It Is a Ficnch Htory from
Iho samo source whence, comes Sardou's
"l'ulora." For n first night Iho play went
with remarkablo smoothness, and overy
character from Mile. Ilhcn to tho property
man w as dona ns it should havo been. The
play was received with an enthusiasm
which resulted Infrequent recalls. After
Iho performance a charming llttlo supper
was given nt tho Hotel Albion by, Mile.
Ilhcn to n number of her friends from New
York, llnltlmorc and Washington,
Mr. Waymcss Hcndcuon, gray-motu-Inched
and Jovial, Is already In Washing
ton making preparations for (ho great
"Crystal Slipper," which Is to appear nt
tho National next week. A typical Chi
cagoan Is Mr. Henderson, known to most
people from that city, and they catch his
Iiniid on tho street eagerly and proceed to
crmparo notes and ask him what ho thinks
of tho election there. Mr. Henderson
smiles nnd doesn't commit himself. Toa
wlso n mnmigcr Is ho to inlnglo politics and
Ilox sheet open to-morrow for Mile. Ithca
at Albaugh's next week.
Ada dray next week nt Harris' Illjou
fllobc Theatre, varieties overy day In tho
Tho piano recital at tho Congregational
Church last night by Miss Neatly Stovcns,
tho gifted young platilstc, was nil artistic
success, and tho young lady established
herself ns a mistiest of technique. Miss
liogcrs' singing was qullo charming.
Dig houses aro tho rule nt Roman's this
week. Tho show Is a rattler and has caught
The May Howaul Hlg Iturlcsquo Com
pany makes its first appcarauco lu Wash
ington next week at Kcrnan's.
Lectures un Amerlcnn IIIs(ory
Tho professors of Iho Johns Hopkins
University nro dcllvci Ing a scries of lectures
on American history beforo tho teachers of
tho Washington public schools, lloth tho
while aud colored teachers attend, and
(hero Is n good deal of dissatisfaction
among tho former, who complain that tho
latter occupy teats next them at tho lec
tures. This promises to break up tho Icc
turcB as far us tho whlto teachers aro con
cerned. To a reporter Superintendent
Powell said that It couldn't bo helped, trht
tho attendance of any ouo was not com
pulsory, and that It was necessary In tho
Interest ot harmony that both races should
attend tho teachers' meetings.
An Olllccr Weds.
Officer H. II. Hcusoy takes his Initial
step through tho flowery Hold of matrimony
this pftcrncca, ids lite partner being Miss
Columbia Mahorncy. Tho Hcv. J. B. Perry
of St. Androw's Church officiates.
SODK.V MINi:itAT,I'ASTIl.r.I. which
wero awarded the Mqhett illtlinctlon by n
medical Jury nt (ho International Exposition
atllrussols, Imvo proved to bo n flrst-class
remedial necnt In all Catarrhs ot tho organs
of respiration and digestion.
.SOMEN MINWtAT, PASTILLES are
pioscrlbcd by physicians In disonscs of (ho
limps and clicst and asthma. Tho bonellt
derived from their use Is unsurpassed, and
even In tho most chronlo cases they soothe,
cato and stimulate.
SOMEN MINEKAL l'ASTILl.US aro
prclcrable to all similar preparations, because,
tl.oynro a natural remedy, an unn'tultoratwl
product of tbo Bprlnus, containing lu nn un
diminished deerco all (ho sauadvo principles
ot these springs.
SOMEN MINERAL PASTILLES aro
prepared exclusively under tho personal su
pers Islon nnd control of W. 8TOKLTZINO,
M. 1)., K. ., Sanitary Councillor.
SOMEN MINEIIAL PASTILLES aro
unequalled as a solront In coughs nud ca
tarrhs, even In (ho most chionlo eases. Their
success Is unsurpassed.
SOMEN MINEKAL PASTILLES aro a
superior remedy In whooplng-couxli and diph
theria: In (bo former (hey lessen (ho parox
ysm of (bo attack, while provcntlng tho lat
er dl ncnse, which cannot tako hold In a
hroat not ancctcd by catarrh.
SOMEN MINERAL PASTILLES derive
Increased value, from the fact of having a
verlpiavorablo Influence upon tho organs of
SOMEN MINERAL PASTILLES 0115b. t
to bo kept In every homo. All mothers nro
recommended to urgo their children during
tbo cold season to allow a pastlllo slowly to
melt In their mouths Vf hllo out on errands or
going to school.
SOMEN MINERAL PASTILLES are
for salo at nearly all ilnualstsntriOo.il box.
Should your druggist not kcop thorn, kindly
bOLE AOENCV FOIt THE U.S.
Soden Mineral Springs Oo, (Limited).
15 CEDAIt STIICET, NEW YOItlC
Hotel AunoJs the finest In tho city.
Hotel An.so Is tho finest In tho city.
C1ILT KDOK or
And yoa will always havo boautlful Broad,
ItoIIs and Biscuits. Wholosals Depot, cor
ner First street and Indiana avenuo.
WM. M. QAL.T & CO.
Grand, Upright and Square
Erect I attention of purchasers Is Invltod to
"NEW AUTISTIC STYLES."
Finished In doslxtii of
"UIOllEST UKLttlt.vnVE AltT."
PIANOS TOlt ItENT.
Second-band Pianos at All l'rleos.
m. Knabe 80 Co.,
817 Market Space.
m. R. Riley.
Corner Ninth ana E Streets M. VV.,
Is closing out all kinds ot
DRV G OODS
At Very Iteduoed Hates.
003 PENNA. AVE.
Xat tlio Only tSfixoo
SOLD DIRECT TO TUB CONSUMED
BY THE MANUFACTURER.
At last wc are ncarlns thc bottom
or our Damaged Goods In our base
ment, and we discovered two cases of
Androscoggin Bleached, three bales
of Amory Fine Brown and two cases
of Standard Prints, Bllghtly smokedj
which wc shall sell, commencing
SATURDAY, MARCH 30:
Aiiflroscoiin at 5:lc.
Amory Brown at Ec.
Stffliari Prints at 3?c.
4 cases of Fine Seersucker and
Fancy Dress Ginghams at Sic.
Our Fine Spring Dreas Qoods and
the line Is something elegant have
been shown no mercy. They have
been put on the same, footing with all
other goods and deeply gashed In
price. Upstairs, downstairs, this side
and that side, which means four floors,
thc goods are moving as fast as three
wrappers arc nblo to wrap. That
shows that you arc buying Wonder
ful Bargains at our
GREAT FIRE SALE
1241 and 1243 Eleventh St. S, E,
Our store will remain open on SAT
URDAY until 10 p. m.
U OVKlt A MILLION UISTltlUUTED.
. L9ji be Li
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO.
Incoriwratcd lr tho Lcslslaturo In 1841 for
rduentloual and Charltablo purposos, and Its
franchise mado a part of tho present State
Constitution, In 18,9, by an ovruwutLMixu
Its OIIAND EXTrtAOimiNATlY DItAW
INUS tako placo Soml-Annuully (Juno nnd
lleeembcr) nnd Its QltAND BINOLE NUM
Vint DKAWINtlS tako placo on each of tho
other ten months In tho year, nnd are ull
drawn in public, at tho Academy of Music,
New Orleans, Lu.
"Wo do hereby certify that wo snnorvlso
the arrangement!) for nil tho Monthly and
b'eml-Annunl Drawings of The Louisiana Stato
Lottery Co., and In person rnanaeo and con
trol the Drawings themselves, and that tho
same nro conducted with honesty, fairness
nnd In pood faith toward all parties, and wo
authorize tho Company tousothls ccrtltlente,
vtlth fao-slmllcs ot our signatures attached, In
G. T. Beauregard,
J. A. Early,
Wo tho undersigned Hanks and Hankers
will pay all 1'ilzns drawn in the Louisiana
State Lotteries, which may bo presented at
our counters. ,
It. M. 1ULJISLCT, ITcst. La. Nat. Dank.
1'. LASAIJX, I'rcst. Statq Nat. Dank.
A. UALDiVIN, Treat. N.-O. Nat. Dank.
I AM. KOIt.t.rrcst. Union Nat. Dank.
GRAND MONTHLY BRAYI1IG
Will tnko placo nt tho" Aeadomy.of Music,
New Orleans, TUESDAY, AprA 10, 183'J.
GAP1TAL RRIZE $300,000
100,000 Tickets ntTwonty Dollars, Ilnlyos,
810; Quarters, S3 00; Tenths, $.'.00;
1 rrtI7.I! OF 300,000 is 100.000
l l'liizi: oi' 100,0ft) is loo.OM
l l'lti.i: ok so.ncois,, co.ooo
1 Piti.i: oi' 13,000 is i ,ooo
sl'itl.KSoi' 10,000 aro...'. tu.ooo
Rl'ltlzKSOK 6.000 aro !S,ax)
Ml'ltlZKSOF J.ixii) aro tu,ooo
KOi'ltlZKHOl.' coo nro M.000
IXO l'lll.KH OF 300 aro 00,000
BOO 1'ItIZES OI' SOOaro 100,000
Aitiio.nimation 1'nizes. ,
1C0 Prizes of $500 aro $VI,000
10O Prizes of 800 aro ilO.ooo
lOOPrlzcsof uoo are M.OOO
089 Prizes of $100 aro JM.oot
tCU Prizes of 100 aro 00,000
U.iat Prizes, amounting to $1,051,800
Note. Tickets Urawng Cnpltal Trlzosaro
not entitled to Terminal l'rlzos, ,
VtrVon Club Hates, or nny further Infor
mation deslied, write legibly to tho under
signed, clearly stating your residence, with
Btate, County, btrcot und Number, Moro
rapid return mall delivery will bo assured by
your enclosing un Knyclopo bearing your full
Send Postal Notes, Express Money Orders,
of Now Yoik Exchange In oullnary letter.
Currency by Express (at our expense) ad
dressed M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La,
Address ltoglstcrcd Letters to
Hew Orleans National Bank,
Now Orleans, La,
ItEMEMDEU THAT ONE DOLLAn Is tha
I'rlco of tho smallest part or fraction of a
ticket Issued In any drawing. Anything In
our name offered at a loss prleo is either a
counterfeit or a swindle,
ItEMEMDEU, also, that the payment nt
rrlzes Is ClUAItANTEEU 11V VOUlt NA
TIONAL IIANUB of New Orleans, and tho
Tickets are signed by the President of an la
stltullon whoso .chartered rights aro recog
nized la, the highest Courts) therefore, beware
of all Imitations and anonymous schemes.
LATEST "NOVELTIES" III JEWELRY.
Our Jewelry Department
is but a few months old, yet
it now ranks well with some
oi thc oldest in the store.
There is but one conclusion
to be drawn from this. We
were fortunate enoagh to
secure the exclusive Wash
ington agency of one of thc
largest manufacturers in
this country, and are in con
sequence enabled to quote
prices considerably lower
than would .otherwise be
possible. The various de
signs and shapes arc actual
reproductions of the solid
gold jewelry, and in addition
we show a vast number of
exclusively original designs
and shapes not to be found
Particular attention Is called to the Enam
eled Jewelry and Kent I'Jiaincl Drooches, cto.
The enamel Is mado from various kinds of
unnd nnd tho oxides ot different metals.
Thcs") nro carefully prennrcd nnd Inirnlshod
by Are, giving thorn n brilliantly polished sur
face and great durability. Tho nowest do
signs represent the various flowers, such as
Not only do we show the
prettiest and best In Domes
tic Plated Jewelry, but we
have secured a great many
pieces of Imported Rolled
Plate Jewelry and a number
of Solid Gold Pieces: Scarf
Pins, Brooches, Bracelets,
Hair Ornaments, Finger
Rings, Watch Chains and
Fobs, Chatelaines, Earrings,
Drncclnts, 13o to $S3. Elegant lino from
Chains nnd Link Bracelets, net In real and
Imitation stono, S7.no to $10.
New designs In Earrings, set In turquoise,
opal, garnets, sanphtro, etc. Drooches and
hear! Vlns, set with tho samostoncsas abovo,
$1 to $a).
Dcantlful line of real Shell Hair Ornaments,
In plain and fancies, U'o to $I.W. Ileal Shell
Hirer and (lilt Hair Ornaments, S3 to Me.
Solid Silver Hnlr-plns, 00c.
Oxidized bllvcr Uonbonelro Boxes, Mo to
Solid Silver Donbonclro Boxes, $8, $9.73 and
$11 each. Very cheap. Indeed.
mini uoiu joules- rungs. $i,:, game set
With real stones, SI to JH.Wo.ich.
rnneyBiuo-comus, Willi roi
Illilno Stones, ?:M to SI.13.
Fancy Sido-combs, with tops ofTcarlsnud
Snltd Mlvpr ChHtnlnlnp. vnrlhtis nnw nnd
beautifully designed pendants, il.ia to 813
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Cor. 11th and F Sts. N. W.
Novelties In Black Goods.
invites an insl'eotion of tii8 ele
gant stock of imported dlack
OHENADINES AND HPltlNfl TKXTUItES,
KLEOANT DLAUKDKADED SILK ODENA
DINES. NOVELTIES IN SATIN STRIPED AND DI
lMXTOIIli: DltOUADED SILK UltENA
DINKS AT S1.W. 81.73 nnd ti. '
NEW DLACK TWISTED SILK OrtENA
DINES AT $1,81.81 nnd $1 B0.
LUPIN'S DLACK SILK AND WOOL IIEU
NANIES FltOSI 73o. to 1.!!3.
NEW DLACK SEWINO SILK ORENADINES
AT $1.23, S1.00.41.7S nnd $3.
NEW DLACK CItHl'E DE CHINE. JAPAN
ESE AND CANTON CHEPES ltANUINQ
KIIOM 81.23 to $3.00.
NOVELTIES IN LUPIN'S DLACK SEDGES
AND CAMEL'S HAIR OHENADINES,
WITH OTTOMAN SILK SIDE HANDS FOR
TRIMMING, RANUINU 1'ltOJI $1.30 to $3.30
COMPLETE STOCK OE LUPIN'S FRENCH
MOUHNINU OOODS, INCLUDING ALL
THE "NEW WEAVES," FOIt Sl'HINCi AND
SPECIAL DAROAIKS IN 40-INCH ALL
WOOL DLACK NUNS' VKILINOS AND
HENRIETTAS AT BOo. A YARD.
NOVELTIES IN DLACK DHILLIANTINES
AND SILK WARP MOHAIRS, HANOINU
FROM 50c. to $1.30 A YARD.
"EXTRA VALUE" IN 40-INCH DLACK
FRENCH CHEVRON REDUCED TO 73o. A
LUPIN'S CAflMELITE VEILS, WITH DOR
HERS ALL AROUND, llANOING FROM
S3 BO to 83.
COURTAULD'S ENGLISH CREPES AND
VEILS, PRIESTLEY'S CELEII1UTED
SILK WARP HENRIETTAS. IMPERIAL
SERGES, TAMISE, CI.AIHF.TTA AND
NUNS' VEILINGS, ltANUINQ FROM $1 to
$3 A YARD.
I I.LI. ASSORTMENT or LUPIN'S DLAOK
SHAWLS IN SPltlNO AND SUMMER
NEW DLACK SURAHS AND INDIA SILKS
RANGINO FROM 73e. to $1.50.
NEW "MOl'RNING SILKS" AT LOWEST
NEW DLACK PARASOLS AND SUN Ull
DRELLAH. NOVELTIES IN MOUHNINQ HANDKER
NEW "FAST DLAOK" COTTON AND LISLE
tsrcuoiuR aoons, n.AiN Fiauiir.s and
rcrry Dullillnc, Penna. avenuo, corner of
Ninth Bticct. Established 1310.
ansa's i un visum as.
Kvorything to Complete a Gentle
waif s Outllt,
Cor, 1 6th fnd G Sts.
1115 F Street Northwest,
Houses and Lots for sale in all parts of
Loans in Sums to Suit on Approved City
Rents Collected, Prompt Returns.
Building for Investments a Specialty.
Fire Insurance written at Lowest Rates.
For special customers, Dwellings in
Northwest Section, ranging in price from
$5,000 to $30,000.
Also several Lots west of Fourteenth
See Sunday Papers for Full List of Prop
erty for Sale.
Call and see me.
1115 f STREET I ff
REMINGTON STANDARD TYPEWRITER.
Toronto Speed Contest.
(INTERNATIONAL FOR WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP.)
Tho Wlnnlnu Typewriter,
WYCEMF, SEAMS" & BENEDICT,
Corner 8th and F Streets N. W.
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
Gas Boilers at $1.16 and J 1.50 for Instantly making Tea or Coffea.
For larcctand small families. Just tlio storo for summer ue, as yoa extlnjutsli tin aro
tho InBtant tuo cooking Is done. For salouytna
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Toxx-tJlbL S"b3?eol3 3ST. "W..
Easy Weekly or Monthly Payments Taken.
LOOK AT OtTR PRICE LIST :
Iiedroom Bets In 1'oplar from SIS up.
Bedroom Bets In Oak and Cherry from $33.
Uodroom Sets In Walnut from $ 10,
Tarlor Suites In Hair Cloth or I'lush from $33,
N. B. ALL CARPETS MADE AD LAID FREE OF CHARGE. Our
terms are easier and our prlceB 25 per cent, lower than any other Credit
House. The Cheapest House In the City for cash.
AUGUST W. KOACK, Trcsldcnt.
THE SHOOMAKER COMPANY,
(Successors to Shoomakcr & Hertzog),
IJirOItTEHS AND JOhllBUS Oi'
pine UClines, Iiiqaotts, Cigars; &e.,
Nos. 1331 AND 1033 B STREET NOItTlIWItST,
Teltphone Call. 617. WAS1IISQTOS, D. O
AlA OOODa BOLD AT NEW YORK TRIOES.
Assorted Cases of one dozen Wines, I.lquora and Cordials at dosoa prices.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Dullness corrcpondenco aud legal testimony:
GOLD MEDAL, 08,7 words per minute.
SILVER MEDAL, 95.11 words per minute.
MAE E. ORR
FRANK E. McGURRIN,
Ingrain Carpets from 30. up.
ExtraSupor Ingrains from C0a.; 3 ply, $1.00.
Iliussols Carpet from TSo.
i'lUNCIS CIAIUIOKS, Soorotary.
JOHN F, ELLIS
937 Perm. Avenue,
NEAR TENTH ST.REET,
Tho Oldest anil Largest Mnsic
Hoiiso hi tlio City,
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
HENRY F. MILLER
Tho most Beautiful and Perfect
Piano mado in tlio World,
Mason & Hamlin
Tho Mo! Justly Celebrated L
slrniiiciiis Ever Blade.
Publishers and Dealers
AHERIGAN AND FOREIGN SHEET MOSIC,
MUSIC BOOKS, MUSICAL INSTRU
MENTS AND MUSICAL HERMAN
' DISE OF ALL KINDS.
Telephone, No. 1 8.
F, ELLIS & CO,
937 Penna. Avenue,
NEAIt TENTH STREET.
si v mo at,.
HEALTH IS WEALTH!
On. B.C. Wist Neutb ind Ilium Tasif
xekt, a guaranteed speolno for llyswrla, uir
zlncas, ConTUlslous, Fits, Nervous Neuralula,
Ilcaduulio. Nervous prostration cau sod by tbo
uo of alcoliol or tobuooo, Wakefulness, MontiU
Deprosslon.Softenlnsof tlio Drain rasnltlnjr In
Insanity and leading to misery, dea.iy and
dcatb, 1'rcmaturoOId Ago, Uarrenness. Loss
of I'owor In either tax. Involuntary Losses
and 8pormntorrlioea caused by ovor-oxcrtlon
of tlio Drain, nolf-abuso or over-lndulsenoo.
Knob vox contains ono month's treatment:
SI a box, or six tioxos for J3, sont by mall
Propaul on rccolnt nr prloa.
' l WIS (lOARAN'rEE SIX BOXE3 , ,
tocuronuycaso. Willi eaob ordor reoolvert
by us Cor nix boxes, accompanied with IS,
wo wilt send ttie purchaser our wrlttoa
Eiiarnntea to refund tho mouey If the treat
ment does not effect a euro, fluaranteos
lusuod only by O. CUItlS'l'IANt, UniKsUt.
Sols Kar.-nr, 481 I'cnna. avo., botween 4J4
and Olli bis.
1 Thcfe tiny CarmilM irnut In
'if. iiuiir. wiinotu inounvrn.f .,,..
leneo, iuo.0 ancctlon.in wnim frUUi
A I'OSmVH CURE FOIt
LOUT or Falllnir MAN-
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Wfukii,.s. nf iiivlv nnil Allml. I.aok cir
Strength, Vliior and Dovelopmont, ciiused by
lirrors, llxeeiii'cs, Ao. Modo lit tiolt-tro.t-ment
and 1'roofH innllol frnnlod) freo. Address
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UttuiaJtbera villi Huccptii. NAME PAPER.
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Oil THE llljUUK HA1IIT UlN;ilE CURED BV
AOJllRlhTKUI.Nd 1)11. HAIUKS'tlOI..
Can lio Riven In a cup of coffco or toa with
nut thu KiiowledKO of thu person tnklne it. It
Is absolutely harmless, and will effect a pur
maiicut and sreedy euro, whether tho patient
Is a moderato drinker or an alcoholic wreck.
It bus been elvcn In thousands of cases, nnd
In a ery Instant a n perfect euro has followed,
IT NI5 VKK I'AH.B, Tho system unoo Impreg
nated with the Hpcclllo.lt becomes im utter
Impossibility for tho liquor uppetltotooslst.
l'or salo by H. V. WAltK. under tho Ebbltt
House; R, It, llllU'llHNbTlNli, I Ull st. and
Voimont avu Wmlilimton.
PEEILECI DYES &S&
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