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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, APEIL 23, 1889.
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i v lias
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hco mill You Will llnr.
Straw Mnttlng "you should see "
SMritw Matting joii should buy.
Mtim MntHnff. n irrviiL nunlltv.
" Mnuv Matting, used to kcIIiiI lOo.
Straw Slutting, good enough for nil.
birnw uniting, inney maims, ami is
for special colored looms,
straw Mnttlng, reiy odd and unique
Straw .Inpnneso Matting, of hlglioU
. W II. HrrwiTON .too ,
IJlSntullSiOTst. n. w.
Cntcli nn to This.
eiowlithoscn'ontolmy your paints, olU
Mul brushes It would pay yutl to rail nu II.
M. Brown, ronicr of 8centii nml N streets
aurthwest, btforo purchasing elsewhere
Itmlilrn'H HprliiR nml .Slimmer floods.
Thin popular lntallment rstnlllhmcnt, nt
PWnml 10) soxcntli street n. w., Is recch Ing Its
lull supply nl spring nml summer goods, In.:
All slfcs nud nunlltlc of refrigerator, doslr
nlilo bed-room sets lit solid oak, ntsonow
mattings, bubycnirliigci, carpets, etc. Par.
tlr desiring lo furnish tlinlr hoiics can II nil
nnlhlnff tlicr tnlslit want In lludden's onn
cash lmls with cosy wci'Hly or monthly pay
imnts to suit tlio purchaser.
Tho llerdlo Phniton Company linve now
for sale nt Its oftlccs 10th nnd C'sts, so. o. nnd
11)13 K st. n ur., commutation books contain
ing 100 tickets, Rood onall Itsllnes lit coaches.
It Is tlio Host.
Ask for It. bchlltz's Milwaukee Lager
Beer. For sale bv nil leading houses.
l'or Wnshlngtntt Dressed Ileof
ro lo John II. Kelly, stalls GiS. Wland CM Con
tio Market, nnd sun nnd SOS Northern Liberty.
Corned beef a specialty.
CITY AND SUBURBAN.
Imlucllilo Council, Sons of Jon.iilnli,
Rave a ball last ulght nt I.lhthlctiin Hall,
Mr. W. I... Harrington will deliver n
luturcon the life ami character of John
llrlght at (Jronil Army Hall this evening.
Bailie Caiman, who attempted, In a fit
of Insanity, to throw her foniiy under the
wheels of a w agon, w 111 bo tent to the Itisauo
Tlio National Hides, In n body, visited
the OldOuardV bazar last night unlwcro
Tccch cd by Captain Kilzar In n brief speech.
'Xlils ccnlnp;Ocucral OrdwnyH expected.
The futr Is proving a great success.
Tho first complimentary hop of tho
Washington Sharpshooters was given last
evening at Washington Hall. Captain K.
(J. 1'cnson and Sergeants I.loyil and Arnold
wcic the commlttco on arrangements.
Tho late Mrs. Elizabeth Worlhlngton
was burlid yetterday afternoon from tho
residence of her husband, .'HOT U street.
1'cv. Dr. Ilegcstcr of St. John's officiated.
The Interment was at Oak Hill Coructory.
Thoeo juvenilis societies desiring to
raise funds for tho purchase of a bed at tho
Children)' Country Homo should address
Jllss Simpson, (S3 Vermont avenue, or Miss
Wilkes at 611 Connecticut nvcimc. Tho
trustees arc now preparing to furnish tho
new bnildlng for summer occupation.
Tho Knstor Elections
Church elections In tho various Episcopal
Churches hao rcsultod as follows:
Trinity Church Vestrymen, Dr. J. W.
llulklcy, W. A. Mcloy, il. A. I.ockwood,
r. K. llcll, Clement V. Howard; Olinus
Smith, Mthllle Church and Ocorgo Watts ;
ecnlor varden, William Copplngcr, and
junior warden, T. 0. Kbauch.
Church of the Epiphany Wardons,
Lewis .1. Dals and William I). Baldwin;
cstrjmen, J. T. Arms, M. V. Ilovcrldgo,
J. If. C. Conin, Calderon Carlisle, C. C.
Glower, E. 8. Hutchlnsou. E. I). Townscnd
and athanlcl Wllsou; register, 1'. B.
St. James Church Vest rj men, Alfred
Williams, Henry C. Sajles, (icorgoE. Daw
Fon, William 8. Flblicr and Thomas J.
Holmes; Daniel E. Ijittttnoro and Scjmour
W. Tullocb, wardens; Henry L, Urynn,
Kiuanuel Church Vestry uieu, .1. Tolson,
W, Ilryiiut, J. (loddard. A . Marshnmn, J.
i:. Arnold, A. FrUblo, V. II. Horning, Dr.
K. Harrison; wardens, V. Marscraan and
.1, Uudiinnir register, Dr. N. Harrison,
treasurer, W. Ilrjaut.
tit. Mark's Church Vestrymen, I. A,
Wood, Joslah Shaw, John It, Chew, John
V. Toilitrt, William 11. Hllljor, Sam. II.
lloone, Tbos. S. Moore, Walter Il jrarlow;
wardens, John 1. Torbert and Thomas S.
Oracol'. E. Church vostn men, W. N.
Dalton.r,. 0. Wheeler, C. E. Diva, Charlos
Drill, It. V. (iodman, I. C. (lascolgno,
James W. Hayward and Charles T. fiun
dlck; wardens, Wm. Dunn nnd W. 0.
Vtrnon; treasurer, It. V. (iodman; register,
. W. Durcb.
8t. I.uko's Church Vestrymen, Mesirs.
Itandall Skinner, A. U. I.lnd, Davhl I.co,
J. H. Colvln, Ihomas Hammond, Ilosol
I'azlcr, Stephen Johnson and W. A. Ijivo
lette: wardens, Messrs. Thomas Withers
andW A. U. Matthews.
Holy Cross Trustees, Messrs. Samuol
Itoblmou, John M, Hlckey and James A.
St. Paul's Church Wardens, James It.
Howard, Thomas 1'. Chlftcllo; vestrymen,
j nines t. Botnoron, il, u run. K.. Kelly,
M. L. Woods, Horry C. Whiting, E. II. Huy,
A. B. Ta.vlor. U. 8. A., William 0. Ilalloy,
Herman K. VIele: register, Vhll. K. Holly;
treasurer, James T. Sothoron, M. I).; dele
gate to convention, Thomas P, Chlffello;
alternate, Phil. K. Holly.
A lteeeptlon to lloil Olnuit.
A reception was given lo Chief lied
Cloud by tho Indian Defense Association,
at the residenco of Dr. Bland, last night,
from 8 to 11, which was largely attended.
Bpccclics weio made by Buy. Dr. Kent,
Chief Bed Cloud, Itcv. Dr. Domcr, Itov. F.
J). Power, Hon. J. I,. McCrcery, Judge
Hlldebrund and tho Drs. Blaud. .Mrs. M.
D. Couimllman of Baltimore presided at tho
liiat'O. Tl.o Chief's speech was Interpreted
liy Colonel C. P. .Ionian, mid wits w oil ro
eclvud. Ho briefly reviewed his own ca
rter. Ho said:
"W hen the white men invaded my conn
It I led my jounghicn In battlo against
them. In IfcftS I slcned a treaty of neacc.
8lr.ee then I hao bocn trying to live Illco a
white man. I toll my people to live llko
while men. IJmvo.a big farm. Many of
my people liavo farms, and o'hers would If
theyeould get things to farm with. Wo
M-rd our children tu school. loncohada
I)nd ogri t, who said I was ft snvago. You
co I have cut my hair ami dress Illco n
white man. 1 have ft council of 3C0 men.
They arc tho w Iscst men in tho trlbo. When
1 want to say anjthiiurtu mypcoplolcall
my council together. This is how I govorn
my pinple. I am glad to scu so many
Iticmls 1 shako hand with jou nil."
Aclvico to Slotliurs,
Mrs. Wlntlow's Soothing Sjiup should
ulwajs Potised for children teething. It
K.otUis Ihochlld, softens tlio gums, nllays
ull pain, cures wind colic, and it Is tho best
remedy foi illarrhaa. 23c. a bottlo.
Tlio Stnrlon ltllles' J'ulr.
The Marion Bllles' fulr, which is to con
tinue for two weeks, commenced aiupl
closuly lust night at Masoulc Temple. Tho
hall was beautifully docorated with flags,
Minting and (lowers, and hundreds of beau
tiful women promenaded tho floor to tho
ktrnlns of Hhrocdcr's orchestra, Long rows
of berths occupy both sides of tlio hall and
In Iho ccntro is a red, white and blue pagoda
which is used as a flower stand. Uhursday
the Washington Light Infautry, under tho
command of Colonel Moore, will visit tho
fair, and somo military organization will bo
present every ulght.
fll.no to Xeyi- York mul Iloturn.
The II. & O. II. II. Co. will sell excursion
tickets to Now York for all trains, April 37
to i!0, and for train leaving B. A O. depot
"n. nt 8 u hi.. Muv 1. Tickets valid rctiirnliicr
- Mi u n ui., ,,UJ. 4. HVII
icjilil.Mav 0 Inclusive.
jiouuu tup oniy
At n mcotlng of tho AVnshlngtou Srengcr
liur.illust Sunday night It was determined
lo Invite the Ocrmuns ot Washington to a
icnUuniiil celebration, to bo held by tho
ttetigerbund Tuesday evening, April .JO,, nt
Kdoi's Hull, at 8 p, m Anton Ebiile, Paul
tichultzc. I, Cluudy nnd Simon Wolff wore
iippoluted jH-coimnltteo of arrangements,
'i Lore will bo Herman and English song
and (pccclics and a poem by Mr. Claiidy,
A Well-Knoivii ruet
TLulwcbute tho largest nud handsomest
useorltLcct of suitings nud trouserings ever
shown In Washington. Our $5 trousors to
order and j-0 suits to order are worn by tho
bcttdreued mcu la the city. Elsemau
liros., Seventh and K. Tailoring Depart-tr.cut.
THE WOnKHOUBE MATrEH.
Iiitcmlnnt HOmtriilmrir lxcinornleil by
Tho Washington Asylum Investigation
was concluded lalo jesterdny attcruonii,
nnd Intctidaut Stoutcnburg oxoucrated
from all tho charges. Mr. Wheatloy sub
mitted his report tu tho Commissioners nml
it was signed by them. The report takes
up tho charge ono by one, nnd disposes of
them in tho light of the testimony given
Itegardlng tho first chargo that old ma
terial belonging to tho District had been
tolil nnd no returns uiado, .Mr. Wheatloy
en j that whllo It Is to bo regretted that no
account was Kent, It had been proven by
Commissioner Webb's testimony that con
sent had been given to do this.
Tho second chargo which was that tho
matron was addicted to drink and negligent
of duly was not sustained, Her phj slclan
filed an afl1da It, showing that owing to
plijsicnl causes she was obliged to uso
Tlio third ami fourth charges, which ro
lalo to the tinclcanllnoss of tho wards mid
tho nltegcd cruelty to women Inmates,
were dismissed on evidenco given that nt
ono tlmo an Incompetent otcrsccr had
chargo of Ihcui. Ho Is no longer employed
Tho icpoit snjs In regard to tho fifth
chargo th.it thero Is considerable conflict of
testimony about tlio food furnlshrd. Tho
principal objection, however, appears to
bo III regard lo tlio quality of Iho meat, nud
It Is nulto possible that n morn rigid Inspec
tion on the part of tho Inspector nnd moro
caicful supcnlslou by the Intctidaut would
bo productive of Improvement.
Iho report goes on to summartzo tlio re
sult of tho Investigation, bcglnnlm; with ti
comment on the character of Mr. Mc
(ulgati, sajlngthat "tho testimony Is con
clusive, as to Ids timcllablllty, want of
veracity and evident malice." An examina
tion of Iho records kept by the iutendauts
showed that tho accounts wcro kept In n
sjstciuatlc manner, showing In detail tho
business transacted at tho Institution.
"This examination of records," concludes
Mr. Wheatloy, "taken In connection with
some facts ns to general good management
appearing from tho testimony, confirms mo
In tho belief that Mr. Stnutonburgh has
discharged his duties as Intcndant with
ability. I have not deemed It advisable to
take tho testimony of tho Inmates of the
poor-houso or of tho Inmates confined In
iho work-house, deeming such testimony
comparatively valueless on such an In
quiry." The Commissioners approved tho report
with tho following rccommcridatlon:
"Commissioner Wheatloy, to whom was
referred tho charges preferred by McHulgan
against tho Intcndant and matron of tho
Washington Asylum for Investigation,
having mado report thereof, after duo con
sideration by the board, It is ordered that
tho charges ISi dismissed, and that tho In
tcndant bo Instructed to causo a moro
particular and thorough Inspection to bo
made of tho meat furnished to tho inmates
of tho asjltini and workhouse, and that here
after tho order of tho board with regird to
tho sale of property bo strictly enforced.
"W. B. Weiid,
"C. W. Katmosu."
llnrtlmar llllcy Mortally lujiirocl on
Last Sunday ovening a colored man
named Slortimcr Ulloy, 75 years old, loft
his homo at 337 Allen's Court, between I.
and M and Third and Fourth streets, to go
to church. As he was crossing tho canal
on tho M Street Ilrldgo ho noticed that
thrco men wcro following him. Ho stoppod
In at tho houso of a frlcud, and waited for
somo time, In order to avoid his pursuers,
When bo left this houso It was too la'.o for
church, and hostartcd back for homo. Just
aftor ho passed tho corner of First struct ho
met tho thrco mon, and boforo he could
speak ho received n violent blow In tho faco
and tils coat was pulled over bis head, ono
of tho men oxclaiming, In response to his
expostulations, "Wo uro night doctors."
Ho was dragged to a pool of water at
Dclawaro avenuo and First street, nt tho
edge of which he was lying when ho had re
covered sufficiently to drag himself toward
home. It was about midnight when ho ap
peared to the startled gaze of his family.
Ills face was bruised, his clothing torn and
dirty and ho had nn ugly gash ncross tha
throat. Howas telling his wlfo what had
occurred, when a colored man named Dave
Vc6cla camolutotho room somewhat under
tho Influcnco of liquor. Ho said he had
heard of tho assault, and after looking at
tho wound said that ho could dross It and
that a physician need not bo scut for. Ves
sels leaned ovor tho old man and asked If
ho suspected w ho his assailants wcro. Tho
old man nt first refused to speak, but aftor
being pressed said:
"Davo Vessels, I bellovo you wcro ono of
Vessels blustered Indignantly and left the
houso, saying ho was going after a doctor.
Dr. J. If. Brauson pronounced him in a
very critical condition, suffering moro from
the shock than from tho wound in tho nock.
He crew worso and died lalo yesterday af tor-
noon. Vessels was arrested at about 1
o'clock yestorday morning. Hl6 17-ycar-old
daughter railed at tho station-house and
told Lieutenant Vernon that her fathor had
said that Dandridgo Travcrs and Ocorgo B,
Henry had cut Rlloy's throat.
Bi'ncitAM's Pills euro bilious nnd norv
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, EtrcnRth nml wholetomenoss. Moro
economical than thoortlluary kinds, anl can
not bo sold In compotion with the multltuda
of low-test, sliort-wclvht alum or phosphate
powders Snlit only In cant.
ItOYAL UAKINOPOWDEIl CO.,
100 Wall street. New York.
HrfiM Hfl M
j nun cuiuiui
to hail there twj
great toretin my
nose, one jiiWc
w a t cat on,
Mtlet of Etu't
Cream Halm diii
the wo)k. 3y
tolee and heaii
m. mhich, m HAY-FEVER
A particle Is applied Into oneh nostril and
Is fiifreenblo. Prlio 60 cents nt Drucirl.ts; by
mall, registered. CO cents. ELY ,11110 i'JIKIlS,
tt) Warren street, Now York.
Cleanest, Ufaltlilex.t.Mo.tKatUfactory HMHPIiCSC'ftlt
HAkh.aiiJiiKtKOtr. Quickly rimovwlfanliuifMJjtaUp
l. . Ulll tllVUI'llk a oil llll.llkl
WHEN THC DlArNKBS IS OAUSCO 1
SCARLET FEVER, COL09,
MEASLES, CATABRH, AC.
DTHC UllOr THE IHVKIDLE
which U U10 muo to tea Mrt aj
crlAMsua ta tha m. and mat
Iw worn montuiwlthuut retuoral
Fair white hands.
Bright clear complexion
(Soft healthful skin.
" PEARS' "The Great English
AUODST W. NOACK, President.
THE SHOOMAIER company,
(Successors to Shoomakcr & Ilortzog),
pine Ulines, Lkiqaotts, Cigars, &g.,
Nos. 1331 AND 1333 E STIIECT NOItTHVYEST,
Telcrhcno Call, 017. WASniNQTON, D. 0
ALL GOODS SOLD AT NEW YOnK TltlCES.
Assorted Casoa of ono dozen Wines, Liquors and Cordials at dozoa prices.
Notwithstanding the large
demands made upon it the
past few weeks, and partic
ularly last week, you will
find our spring stock yet
complete. We buy too
largely to feel such attacks.
Yes, the stock is complete,
the line of styles and sizes
Black Goods, There is a
fashion in Black Goods. We
were never so well off in
sorts and quantities, and
not a bad sort in the stock
Careful buying and close
attention to the wants of
the trade. We hardly know
where to begin to tell you
the news in Black Goods.
Take Mohairs first; they are
the most serviceable. .
Wo liavo n number of nualltlos, including
tho Jlohalra, Jlohalrblelllan, -Mohair llrllllan
line. etc. Tho best of nil Blacks for tra cl
ing Stilts, and nro also eitenshelymcil for
summer strcot drosos. Tho Mohair .Sicilians
aroU and 41 luclici in width, ami sell nt .vio
G!o. Tflo. SI. S1.S5 nnd S1.S7I per yaul. Tho
llrllllantlno Is l'-Mnchoj, nnd 'in, $1 nud Sl.'il
Lupin's Black Hemstitched nnd Bordered
Curmollto Veiling Is tho lighten!, most genteel
nnd most giaccful fnbrloof tho cuthoUlnok
(loods production for summor wear. 'Iho
fribrlo It IT Inches YiMo, Including tho bor
ders of from if to 4 Indies. Thrco ciualltloi
A no city Is Lupin's Black-ground, All-wool
Challls with white figured otfects. Very
eholco and drossy, SJ In., BOo.
Wo liavo almost tho cntlro rango of B.
Prlostloy's Black Summer fabrics, in both
All-wool nnd bilk nnd Wool cmnlltlot.
OlinNAniNBS.-Dloclc "Iron-frame" Mlk
nnd Wool, si Inches, at 75c, $1 and Sl.'-'.l.
Black rinln AU-sllk Qrcnadlne, i In., SI
nud SI. is.
Dlnck All-silk Tuffeta Grjonadlno, S1.S3,
Sl.WJniHl SJ per 5 aril.
21 Inch Black Satin fctrlpcd Grenadines,
Everything else that is
good in Black Fabrics is
very apt to be here, and at
MOHAIRS. Thirty cents per yard for i.T
Inch Jlohnlrs. shades of (hay, Tnn.tMode,
Bronn.cto, Mohair Is tho host fabrlulnusu
for summer travellnc bulls, Itagluns, ctu,,
unu nro tiiso used lor lanuigs, liuo
We have placed in our
Lining Department a stock
of Tailor Buttons and Tailor
Cor. 11th nml F Sis. N. W.
JS v.w PAitAbOLsANu Peleiiini-.s.
WILL OPEN ON EAHTI'.K MONDAY A
I.IWIU LINE Of
NOVELTIES IN l'AIIAhOLS, 1XCLU1)IN(J
ALL THE "LATEST STYLUS AMI NEW
KMT SHAPES" AT LOWEST PllltlKS.
NOVELTIES IN LACK'COVEUEl) PAHA-
NOVP.LTIES IN BLAC1C CAHUIAOE
NOVELTIES IN LA TOSOA SILK UMBREL
LAS, WITH UOLD AND SILVER MOUNT
INOS. NOVELTIES IN IMPORTED BEADED I'EI
ERINKS AT LOWES 1' PKIOES.
NEW BLACK ARML'IIE SILK WU.VI'S,
T1IIMM1M) WITH I.VCK AND JET,
NEW EMIIROIDEIIEI) BLACK CASHMERE
l'K'lll'S, ItANOINO VIIOM SU to S-"l.
NEWENtlLISH WALKINO JACKEM, ALL
SUES AM) AT LOWEST PRICES.
NOVELTIES IN KANOY BERLIN SHAWLS.
NEW SILK. CHI'DDA AND CASHMERE
SHAWLS IN ORHAT VARIETY.
NOVELTIES IN lMl'OUl'ED BLACK JER-
"CONEINED STYLES" IN 3J INCH SCOTCH
ZEPHYRS. WITH PERSIAN blDE BANDS
2B0 PIECES bCOTCH OINOIIAMS, IN ALL
THE NEWEST COMlllNA'llONS, lt.VNU
0(X) PIECES "KXtLUSlVE DESIONS" IN
FINEST 1'IIKNCH SATEENS, MADE BY
THE BEST MANUl'ACTUHEES TO MY EX
"NEW PATTERNS" IN PRINTED PURE
LINEN LAWNS AT 30 and 83c.
NEW EMBROIDERED WHITE SWISS MUS
LINS. NEW EUROPEAN WHITE OOODS, UANO-
INd FROM l.'jo. to SI A YARD.
NEW OAU.E AND MEDIUM-WEIGHT ME-
NEW SILK AND Llbl.E BIBBED UNDER-
i32Tt HOICK GOODS. TLAIN TiaURES and
Terry Bulldlne, Ponna. nvcnuo, cornor of
Ninth street. Established 1810.
Wm. R. Riley,
Corner Ninth and E Streets N. W.,
la closlnj oat all kinds of
DRV G OODS
At Very Itedaoed Itatei.
Complexion SOAP, Sold Evcryvta."
I'ltANCIS OAItLIOKS, Secretary.
GEO, WHITE & SONS
lift 3TA1SV AW. ,s. ir.
Quality, the Best.
Prices, the Lowest.
And Quick Work.
ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN
Park llnilings a Specialty.
Architectural Iron Work
-VBDEI1S TAKEN NOW ENABLE US TO
inako arrangements with manufacturers;
thcreforo for 30 DAYS wo will sell WOOD
MANTELS at an ENORMOUS DISCOUNT.
Tlio now designs uro nil In and our floors aro
ci on ded.
Turchatcrs can have Roods stored until
wonted without charge, and no payment Is
rccjiihcd until delivery Is mado. This H tho
best chance over offered to select from an
extensho stock of eholco designs,
HAYWARD A HUTCHINSON.
GEO. WEITE & S0HS.462 Maine Aye. S.W.
Quality, the Best.
Prices, tie Lowest,
In Entrance Stops.
Park Ballings a Specialty.
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
THE LATEST NOVELTIES
Ilnvo Just received n largo Involco of
CHOICE ENGLISH PLAIDS, Veiy Stylish
(Latest Importations, which wo aiooHcrlng
at tho low flgurn o( S3 a Suit.
Call and eco them.
I luo Tailoring and Men's Furnishings,
1-310 ISTo-wr "STor-lc Ave.
M. T. SELTZ,
Tailoar cenca. Importor,
iaan J' sTJtiurr. '
My new Importations nro now fully oponed
nud complete. Thoy comprise all tho latest
novelties la English and Trench Goods for
Kcitlemcn's wear. An early Inspection It ro
M. F. SELTZ.
H. D. BHRR
Iinportoi' anil Tailor,
FALL AND wTnTER GOODS,
All of tho latest Noveltlos,
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND SCOKi SUITINGS,
ETC., JDSI ARRIVED.
MR.BAIHl porsonally fltsnll garmonts mado
In our establishment.
1111 Penna. Avenue.
Torn full line of Oentlomcn's Worstods,
Coating Milton, Trousers, Scotoh and Eng
lish Cbo lots, Cloths and Doosklnsj also full
lino of Tailors' Trimmings. Cnll on
f. kl:. quast,
030 U Street Northwest.
JIOOTS AXV SllOKH.
flFTER you are tired
looking for the
STYLE OR SIZE
You will most likely And it at
DALTON & STRICKLAND'S,
V30 IWXXHTZrAXlA AW,
003 TIINNA. AVK.
1 'I j!w
i ft'i.5JBv "rfT
lpy. y'j fi xv g jftw
3C tlxo Only JSIIxog
SOLD DIRECT TO THE CONSUMED
BY THE MANUFACTURER.
ON THE OCOAMON OP THE
CENTBNNIHL HNNIUBRSHHY OP
Gen. Washington's Inauguration,
April 20th, 30th and May 1st, 1880.
R J N D -T R I R TICKET.S
At abovoralo will lo sold from WASHING ON April 37th to May 1st Incluslvo, pood
on AM. TIIAIN8 (Including Now York a el Washington nnfl Congressional Limited
Kxprcss trains) arriving InNcw York befo o noou of May 1st.
RETURN COUPONS VALID FOR PASSAGE UNTIL AND INCLUD
ING MAY C.th
j. n. wood,
1115 F Street Northwest,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
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 1. W.,
ni I TI f I 1 1 1 V ijifFlii i
Easy Weekly or Monthly Payments Taken.
LOOK AT OUR PRICE LIST :
Bedroom Sots In Poplar from SIS up.
Ilcdroom Sets In Oak and Cherry from $33,
Bedroom Sets In Walnut from 810.
rarlor Suites In Hair Cloth or Plush from $35.
N, B. ALL CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE OF CHARGE. Our
terms are easier and our prices 25 per cent. lower than any other Credit
House. The Cheapest House in the City for cash.
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
0a Hollers at 81.15 nnd 81,50 for Instantly maklnz Tea or Coftoe.
Fcr larcctand small families. Just the store for summer use, as yon oitlngalitUtn dra
t tho Instant the cooklnz li done, for sale by tbu
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
Ass't Ucn'l Passenger ArI.
f ASHINGTON, D. C.
Ingrain Carpets from SSo. up.
Ultra Super Ingrains from Wo. 3 ply, 91.00.
Drussols Carpot from 75o.
St)a?eot 3ST- W,
Tl NI'IIKCI'.DKNTKI) ATTIJ AtTIOXI
U OVKIt A MILLION DI3TIUI1UTBD.
L8j. b lit
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO.
Incorparatcit hrtlio Legislature) In I804 for
IMtimtdinal and Clinrltnhlo purpoio), nnd Its
frnnelilso mado a part of tho picscnt Htato
CoiKtllutlon, In ln'O, by an ovcmvnci.jiivu
Its OHANI) EXTIlAOIiniNAltY DItAW
1NUS tnko place Scml-Annnatly (Juno nml
December), nml Its (IIIANU 8IN0LK NUtt
Hint DHAWIMIH tukn placo on oach or thn
other ton inontlii In tho year, and nro nil
drawn In public, nt tlio Academy of Music,
Now Orleans, Ln,
"Wo do liorohy certify that wo supcnlso
tho arrangements for nil Iho Monthly and
Scinl-Aiiiiual Draw lugs of 1 ho Louisiana Blnto
Lottery Co.,nnd In person mnnogo and control
tho Drawing tlieinolcs,and that tho samo
nru conducted with honesty, fairness ami In
good fit It li toward all parties, nml wo nut burl 7.0
tlio Company to uso this ccrllllcatc, wlthfnc
simile of our signatures attached, In Its ad
G. T. Beauregard,
J. A. Early,
Wo tho undersigned Hanks and Hankers
will pny all l'rl7es drawn ln tho Louisiana
State Lotteries, which may ho presented nt
II. 31. H ALMSLET, Trcst. Ln. Nat. Hank.
1. LAKAIIX, Prest. Htato Nat. Hank.
A. 1IAI.DM IN, l'rest. N. O. Nnt. Ilnnk.
CAltl, KOH.N, l'rest. Union Nat. Hank.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING
Will Tnko t'lncc at tlio Acndemy of Music,
New Orleans, TUESDAY, May II, 18J.
GAPITAL PRIZE $300,000
100,000 Tickets nt Twenty Dollars: Halves,
$10; (Junrtcrs, S'i: Tenths, 8. Twen
UbV OF wiizns.
i rmzr: ors'Mo.ooois saoo.ooo
l I'lii.i: or lou.oooi 100,000
1 ritizi: ok no.ooo is m.ouo
1 I'liizii or !,ooo is si.ooo
si'ltlKSOK lo.oouaro so.ooo
ni'HIXKSOP 5,0(10 nro u.ood
sil'ltizusoi'1 l,ixx)nro s.i,ooi)
100 1'Hizrs or oooaro no.ooo
BOOPHIZK.sor aoo nro 00,000
worjiUKsor wo nro ioo.ooj
loornrcsof ?vnro JTO.ooo
100prl7osof noOaro .10,000
ICO prizes of SOOnro SO.Oin
MOl'rlrcsof JlOOnro $91,000
WO Prizes of 100 nro 09,000
11,1(11 Prizes, amounting to $1,051,800
Notk. Tickets drawing Capital I'rlzosnro
not entitled to terminal l'rlzos.
VFon Cum Hates, or any further In
formation desired, wrlto leulbliUo tho under
signed clearly stating your rosldcnco, with
Slates, County, Street nnd Nmnbor. Moro
rapid return mull delivery will ho assured bv
your Inclosing nu Unvelopo hoarlng your full
All ordinary Letters containing Tostal
Notes, Money Orders Issued by all Express
Companies or New York Lxihango,
M. A. DAUPHIN,
Ncw Orleans, La.
Address Registered Letters contain
ing Currency to
New Orleans National Bank,
New Ohleans, Li.
ItEMEMUEIt THAT ONE DOLLAIt is tho
l'rlto of tho smallest part of a fraction of a
ticket Issued In any drawing. Anything In
our iimno offered nt n loss price, Is either n
counterfoil or a swindle,
HEMEMUBlt also, that tho payment of
I'rlrcs Is OUAUANTKEU BY l'OUIl NA
TIONAL HANKS of Now Orloans, nnd tho
Tickets nro nlgncri by tho Prosldont of an In
stitution whoso olmrtorod rights aro recog
nized In tho lilgliost Courts) therefore, bo
waiq of all Imitations and anonymous
JjiDWAnn f. nnoop,
ll V331'CSk, Avisde,
Calls attention to his largo stock of STEIN
WAY, Chaso & Gnbler, Whoolook, Driggs,
Helming nnd other Pianos, Tho wonderful
self playing A)o1lan nnd Cabinet Organs,
Sold on Installments, oxchnngod, rontcd. re
paired, tuned, movod and stored. Violins,
llnnjos nnd Gnltars. Strings a spoelalty.
Sheet Mnslo nnd Musical Morchandlso at tho
old stand, ftS Pcnna. avo.
Grand, Upright and Square
Spccl 1 attention of purchasers Is Invited to
"NEW AUTISTIC STVLE8,"
1'lnlahcd In designs of
"HIGHEST DECOUATIVE AKT."
riANOS FOH KENT.
Second-hand Pianos at All Prices.
Wm. Knabe So Co.,
817 Market Space.
John Htan, 31'g'r. .John SnnTZMAN, Trcas,
Fatassco Oil & Grease Go.,
110S. CALVERT ST., BALTIMORE, LID.
LUBRICATING OILS' & GREASE
V. Baldwin Johnson
Wholosalo and Retail Doalcr la
"Vrooa. axua. Coal.
And tho TTnslitngton Gns Co. 'a Colic.
Comploto Faolltllos. Bottom Prloos
Full Weight and Meaiuro.
Wood and Coal direot from tha foroits and
mines by rail and water, and free from slag,
ulaio and other Impurities.
QIVE ME A TRIAL.
Main Yard and OOlco. 1101 it. 1. avo. n. w.
Uranch " ntlAst. s.o.
Hranch " " OlU 4W it. a. w.
Uranch oflloe for ordors, eornor Tenth an 1 1
Draneh oaico for ordors, coraor 13th and M
AUconnooted by tolephone.
UII.T KIIOl! or
aOLUUN II ILL
And you will always navo boaatltal Broad,
Rolls and Dlsoulte. Wholosalo Depot, eor
er First street and Indiana avenue
WM. M. QALT & CO.
ff -aft- YSjl
937 Penn. Avenue, '
NEAR TENTH STREET,
Tlio Oldest mill Largest Musio
Houso in tlio City,
SOLE AGENTS FOR TIIE
HENRY F. MILLER
Tlio most Beautiful nnd Perfect
Piano mado in tlio World,
Mason 8c Hamlin
The Bios Justly Celebrated In
struments Ever Mado.
AMERIGAN AND FOREIGN SHEET MUSIC,
HDSIC BOOKS, MUSICAL INSTRU
MENTS AND MUSICAL MERCHAN
DISE OF ALL KINDS.
Telephone, No. 18.
JOHN F. ELLIS & CO
937 Penna. Avenue,
NEAR TENTH STREET.
HEALTH IS WEALTH I
Dn. E. C. West a Henva add Unu:i TuatT
memt, a Kuarautood speciUo for Hysteria, Ola
zlnoss, Convulsions, Fits, Nervous Neuralgia,
Ueadacho, Nervous prostration caused by the
uso of alcohol or tobaooo, Wakefninoss.Montal
Depression, 8of tonlns of the Ilraln rosnltln; In
Insanity and loading to misery, dooay and
death. Premature Old Age, Barrenness. Lou
of rower ln oltbor soz, Involuntary Losses
and Spermatorrhea caused by ovor-oxertlon
of tho Drain, solf-abuse or over-indali?onoe.
Kaon box contains one mouth's troatmonti
81 a box, or six boxos for JS, tout by mail
prepaid on rooolpt of prloo.
' WE OUAHANTEB SIX BOXE3 . ,
to cure any enso. With oaou ordor rooolvod
by us for six boxes, acoompanled with 85,
wo will send the purohasor our written
euarantoo to refund tho money If tbo treat
ment doos not effect a euro. Guarantees
Issuod only by O. CIIltlHTIANI, Drugzlst,
Solis Aoent, -18 1 Penna, avo., botwooa 4H
and (ltli sts., Washington, D, O,
iThcBOtlnyCapsnlos arrest ln
Inia', tlino tirccttoniln wlilcti'W Dl
Ooimlbu.Cubcbs unit luJoctlousVr uu 'J
A POSITIVE CURE FOR
LOST or Fulllne MAN-
j.lA.I-'a.l uaiuaii,'ui'i a, ui u u a,, una,
Weakness of llody and Mind, I.nok of
SticiiRth, Vigor nnd Dot olopmont, caused by
lhrors, Kxtcssos, Ac. Jlodo of SclMroot
inent and Proofs mailed (sonlod) froo. Address
ERIE MEUIOAT. CO , BUFFALO, N. Y.
-Immi T nH...... a .. una
BSD CEC33 SIA120US SSAIID,
1 na itriKinai, onir irnumf
nod maiimiftuu ui w itif
MatV. nsedT sml tlTMlatl
In rojl luelnllla Loifi. ieJJ
- lBltllilusrlLbon tudaitos.nL
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I aiuliosud tuxci vita Ink wppmtf
a itnnzrruu couuUrfVlL
If1lAf ri 1 adtM in liliM-. bv
ErtuntmMt. 10.000 ctJmonlal from IA0I1S tt
ifiuitJibirawlibLSurecifc NAMB PAPtR.
Chlcheitter llicmlcal l'tf..Uadhon bq.,l'hll,.l'a.
OUTHK LllJUOIt IIAII1T OANIIIE CUIIED BI
AUDlMSlEItlMl Ull, UAIMIS' UOL.
Can ho kIvch In n cup of coffco or tea with
out the i know ledgo of the person taking It. It
Is absolutely harmless, nnd will effect a per
manent and speedy cmo, whether tho patient
Is n moderate drinker or nn nloohollo wrook.
It has been gh en lu thousands of eases, nnd
IS.Jf.W.l?.'!?".'?' a reflect c(u elms followed,
IT MlVJil PAILS, The systom onoo Improg
natcd with tho Bnoclllo.lt bocomos nu uttur
Imposslblllly for tho liquor uppelllolooxUt.
For siilo by H. r. WAHU, iindor thu Ubbltt
House: II, It, IlKI.PIIUNilTINE, llth St. and
Vermont m o,, Washington.
HaIng reoontly tit tod up a
In conuCotlon with my PATENT FJ100BS3,
1 urn prepared to furnish
ILLUSTIIATIONa AT NEW YOUli I'lllOKS.
Pliotogrnphlng on Wood for the Trade,
418 Klovontlt Street N. W.
mJn m. vtni
PEEILEIt DYES Si&F
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