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TnE WASHINGTON OIUTIO, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 13, 1889.
At tut im'i-Luniont Oiwrti Co, "Ituddy.
jr Xa-ihina llolnnil I'ceil "Tho Woman
.urtii -'Tnvy Crockett."
t ULOIIAMA Hull Hun-
Wo Struii lliislnc".
licit lliirhntik Potnloos. IV. Iiustii'li best
'ruble Duller, In Hints, Sic. per Hiund .Invn
mid Jim hit l"f' ', frrnlirunslcil nnil line, ale.
I. r found M.itl'.JlPTBt.n.lliollvuBroccrjr
miuliants, 117 ben-nth street n, w.
If Volt Would Keep Coot,
hrnlihynnd hnppy during tlin "heated term"
t!i,.ik "Xulidcr a celebrated Virginia ehuct."
Sen unci You Will liny.
Pi Strnw Mulling "yon should see."
f-i Mrnw Mulling you 'hmild Imy.
.:i straw Mulling, h good finality,
S-'i straw Mulling, iimiI toiellnt Mo.
" Mrnw M.iltlnc iri"l enough tor nil.
Mi Mruw Mntllnit, fancy hrunds, and Is
U"cit for spii lal uilored moms.
'in. MrnwMiiltliig, cry odd nml unlnuo.
' k blmw Jiipunoso Matting, of highest
t ltt, V. II. llOt'llllTOS S Co.,
r;iSanJ l.t'et. n. w.
I'or lied Ten,
Tr ur "Miiirlu chop" Tea. tho DiuntSAtf.
ten In America. M. ,V I', Mkt'ikii, IIio Ihu
Itrutcry inireliuliK IITSovculli stieet n, w.
Ciitilt on to Till..
Now li llio si'iimui to Imy your paint, oils
Mid uruMii"). It would uiy you to call on It.
M llninii, lornerof .Si'tentli nml X streets
tiortlivtcsl, buforopuicbnslng oleshcro.
Jtinlilen'H Spring nml .Summer Guild.,
TliN popular lntnllmcnt rtnblHitncnt, ut
Wound iMisutchtli street n.w., Is receiving Its
full supply of miring nnd summer goods, viz.:
All .lc nml uuullllc of refrigerator. doMr
utile tiiilriHim net In koIIiI oak, also now
maltliig", haliyeairlagei, earpelx, etc. I'.ir
tlcdolrlngtofurul'li Ihclr liouo ran find
nuylhlng they might want In Ituddi'ii's on u
(ah hnls with easy weekly or monthly pay
minis to suit the purchaser.
it i "tTiiTiiMt.
Ask for It. Sclilltz'x Milwaukee Lager
Deer. For snlu bv all leading house.
for WiiNlilngtou Hrccd llceT
go In John It. Kelly, stalls CM, GJDuiul Ml Cen
tre Market, and SM nml '-.MS Northern Liberty.
Corned beef u specialty.
EARLY MOnHING NEWS.
The 1'ojio Is not fed lug well.
A L'tinner lit the l.iislisli m'tillm 1ms
(koice W. Child", llio I'lilliulelplila
jilillnnluro'ilM, wilt DO ye.usoltl yesler
iliiv, t.vniim K. Ilnss, n foimcr law lmrttier
or Grovor Clcvelnml litis tiled lit Xew
The Aged WoiKinen's Insurance bill
lus been tend it bceoml time In the
Peek, Clifton it Co.'h ennncrv, t
Fellon, Del., hut been limned. Loss,
bevtiul bieweile.t of Nuwnrk, J.,
linve coiisollditled with n capital of
nently five lnllllont.
C'uplalii AVIttmnn 14 innkliie n ilgor
out Liunpiilgii iigulnst llio rebellious na
tives In K.ist Afilea.
Ten Ihoutand wcnven employed In
the eolton factories Deparliuetit of the
llhone, have gone on strike.
Dr. Frank Ij.Vlneent of Clifton
iSpiings, N. Y., met his death while e
licilinenllng willi the lilpod.
Tho patlein shop of the Franklin Iron
"Woiks, at Heading, li., hits been
tkMioynl by lire. Lost, 5,000.
Hon. lleniyA. Foster, the benlor ex
Vnllctl Htnles Senator, died nt-liN homo
In Home, N. Y in his UOIh year.
Mc"-srn. Dillon. Deatv and Ktmoude.
lilsh llome-llulu advoeales, have been
enlhiisliitlleally received In Australia.
Tho Diluent' Milke In Geimimy Is us
Miming ulaimliii; propoitlont, nnd the
htllko (ever Is tnfeting other Indtiitrlal
I'lesldent Ilanlson ni rived nt Fort
less Momoo, and, with Senalor Haw
Icy, attended Sunday bervlces In the
illlfoiTlllchmond, colored, was shot
dead at 'Winchester, Ky., by Judge
Htrong, w lib whose granddimghtcr the
Flto In the F. & 31, SchaeiTer Hrewlug
Company's works, In New York city,
ciuised by an explosion In the grain
mill, did !f50,000 damage.
Four llungiitlans wcte killed bv the
explosion of the damp, In tho Tom's
Htm mines of tho Chnrlicra Coal Coin
puny, Alleghany County, l'a.
Dining n storm In Hlchmond, Vn,,
Snliiiday, James Qulgley was killed
nnd sevetal other persons seriously lit
juted In the wieck of a building.
Tlio Interniitionul convention of tho
Youug Slen's Christian Association
eloswl in l'hlladelphla with mi nddress
by Ooveinor Heaver of l'cniisylvanla.
Dr. J. JI. Hrnuse, hged ill) years, who
left Shinllesvlllo, l'a., llueo weeks ago,
to locate in Oklahoma, was murdcicd
In that Territory and lobbed of $3,000.
The S.inioun Contcrcneo cannot
ngite tipouOerniany's proposal that the
powets, eachln lutii, appolht a premier,
tiennany to make the 11 ret appoint
In it qiituicl nt Wllmlugton, Del.,
between Suniiiel l'oe, an Italian peanut
vender, and Suniiiel LMwnids, a colored
limn, the latter was fatally stabbed by
Tho United Urcthicn conference,
idler q lively discussion Sattnday,
mlopled llio leport of the commlttco on
the new confession of fnlth, by a volo
of 110 lo 20,
lttiV. .1. J. Boyle of tho Cnlhollc
Cltini'li of the Snored Ileait at Halelgh,
K C.wus iinested for an outrageous
iissuull upon u young woman, tho organ
ist of the chinch,
Cnplulu Joshua Sloettui, wllh his wife
mid two children, has arrived at New
York, completing 'a voyage, In u little
time-ton bout, of 7,000 miles from
Tho Ixjdy of a woman with n prayer
book In the pocket of her dress, con
taining tho nniuo of Jlury Dobbins,
SliielCcnnsport, l'a., was washed ashoro
tit Clifton, Slaten Island.
A switch locomotive Jumped tho
truck at Hlimlugham, Alu., and went
over n II f teen-foot embankment. John
Oluddiii, Ihu oiio-legged engineer, was
fatally hurl, ami two other men badly
Jiien Jc?1'111'"10 O'Donnell him been In
,,,. ., d for manslaughter In enuslng tho
"''"Jitthof an Infant child i) months of
'' uge by leaving It on the bench nt South
lloston, where It was drowned when
the tide came In,
31. II. Ileudtitkson, general freight
nml passenger agent of tho Haillnii
I liver Huilioad, has been arrested at
f-oulh Ainboy clmrgcd wlh tho niuuler
n uiorgo Kiissiuger, who wns Ktlleil In
the riot at Siiyrevlllo. .
C Y. Hatch of Boston, an. agent of
mi Insurunco company, has beennnesled
nt Birmingham, Mien., on suspicion of
having murdered his uncle, Henry
1 hitch, whom he had been visiting, and
who llti-il alonoiiear Huillngton, Col
Nohvltlntandlnc llio Ilmli
In our Tullorlns Department for tho pat
week, wo tiro (till milking suits to order for
KO and trousers to order for $f, and an cle
(iint assortment to select from, too, owing
to tbo fact that wo aro constantly recehlug
consignments of cloth.
Kisi:man Duos., 7th and I',
Tailoring Depart incut.
No mAk ok woman can afford to bo with
out Woltt'a Acme Ulutklug.
. Washington Hafo Deposit Co., 010 l'.
p. ave. Btowgo Dtpartawat all above ground.
LAID IN THETOMD.
A N limber of I'unornl Ncrtlcos
Two pqundions of Cnvalry from Fort
Slyer wctcnt thcjlalllmoie" nnd Foto
mac station ycMcrdny morning to meet
Iheicmnlns of tho Into Mnjor-Oenernl
William S. Hainey nnd ecort tlii'iu to
their Inst resting place In the cemetery
at Arlington, At II o'clock the train
from the South nrilved nnd eight of tho
oldest sergeants of tho Third
Artillery lifted the cotlln nnd
bore It to the hearse. Tho procession
then moved slowly up llio Avenue, pie
ceded by a sound of buglers blowing
tho funeral call, JIany prominent olll
ters of the army nltcmlcd tho ftiucinl
and stood nbout the soldier's crnvo
while the simple service wns lielng
rend. Mr. Haincy. the widow of the
decensed, accompanied tho remains
from Oilandn, Flu., and Is still In tho
The funeral of tho late Miss Myln
Charles, daughter of llio well-known
poetess, Kmlly Thornton Chniles, took
iihice Snturdny afternoon from the New
York Avpmie I'resbytcrlan Church.
The sen Ices weio very Impressive and
Dr. Ilnillett In tho coureo of the sermon
ipiotcd some nppioprlnlo lines written
by the deceased. 'I lie pallbearers wero
Commissioner S. JI. Stockslncer, Judge
Owen N. Itlley, Colonel William D.
McLean, Colonel George D. Corson,
Major Hubert A, Dlmmlek, Mr, ,Ioeph
Nlchol and Colonel Leo Ciaudull nnd
tho remains wero Interred in ltoek
Tho largest Mnsonlc funeral held In
this city for jears was that of Kiltvard
Fitkl, which took place at 'J o'clock
ycsteulny fioni Scottish Hlle Cathedral.
After the services at the Tcmplo tho es
cort proceeded to Oak Hill Cemetery 'in
tho following order: Marine Hand and
Dunn Couis, Columbia Conunntulerv,
Scottish lllte Fraternity. Columbia
Chapter II. A. Masons and Harmony
Lodge F. A. A. M. -
The rcmnjns of John M. Hnlnbrldgc,
who wns found dead at Capllol l'aik
nflcr the elicits left Inst Thursday morn
ing, wcie lateral at Arlington Cemetery
yesterday, ns It wns found that ho was
a member of tho G. A. It,
The body of the lute Antonio Hrcg
gay A wns plnecd In a vault at Mount
Olivet yesterday to await interment.
Funeral litcs wero celebrated In tho
nftetnoon nt St. Matthew's Church nnd
n largo number of the Italian Society
members attended tho services.
The funeral of .Tnmes Smith took
place from St. Theiesn, Anacoslln, ycs
teulny. AT OLD POH1CK.
The mount Vernon ltcgenl" Attond
Washington' (lid Church.
Old l'ohlck Church, where General
Washington used lo worship, was
ciowded yestcnlay with people from
the surrounding country nnd from this
city. The occasion wns n centenary
service, and Itcv. Dr. I'hlllp Slaughter
of Vliglnla delivered tho sermon. A
number of ladles of tho Hoard of He
gents, which Is now holding Its annual
meeting at Mount Vernon, diovo over
to take part la lifts services, and a few
moments after their arrival tho sermon
wns commenced. Dr. Wnills, tbo pns
tor, was assisted by Itcv. Dr. Packard
Dr. Slaughter took his text from tho
I'plsllo of St. John: "A grcntcr than
Solomon Is bete." After nlludlng
bi icily to the recent Centennial of Wash
ington lie lefcrred to his work In Trnvo
l'nilsli nnd snld flint lliov worn nlwnvH
very closely identified. Then ho went
Inlo tho history of tho church nnd do
scilbed in eloquent Innguagolts founda
tion, Its growth and its futuro predbt
ing that this later would ho ns
useful as the church has always been.
At the closo of the sctmon communion
"Bns taken and tho congregation were
given an opportunity to meet tho
speaker and c.xnmino tho hlstoilc edifice.
A Dear Muto Convention.
About -100 deaf mutes will visit 'Wnsh
inglnn on tho 20th, 27th, and 23th of
June. They will conio from nil parts
of tho United States, tho occasion being
the annual convention. The conven
tion will bo held nt Kendall Green, and
will continue for thrco days. On tho
first day the marble group of which
Daniel O. Ficnch is tho sculptor will bo
unveiled with appropriate exercises.
The Hoys Will no to tlio Country
Very shortly, and thoy will have to luvo
soino new clothing. Bo wo should ndvleo
j on to call caily and Inspect tho suits wo
arc Felling for boys at $5, and tbo child's
suit w e sell for $J.S0 and .1.50. Ues, four
to fourteen j cars.
KiscmJn Unos., 7th nnd K,
Hoys and Children's Derailment.
This powder never varies. A marvol of
purity, strength nnd wholeaomoncss. Moro
economical thqn tho ordinary kinds, and can
not bo sold In competlon with tho multitude
of low-tost, short-weight alum or phospbato
powders, Sol J only lit cam.
ItOYAL IIAKINO POWDER CO.,
100 Wall stroot. Now York.
CHARLES A. MUDDIMAN,
3To. 1200 IP Stroot,
(li doors from lith st.)
ALL StZES OAH 8TOVKS. DCV NOW.
OlAIIANTiiKO TO IIAKB, it ,
OAH FlXTl'KES I'OU NKW HOUSES.
H KILL-CORNS, Ths Il.t,flaio,cLeap.t
nTnllHCArtlctMorMfintposT puijGtirei-ellit or lficliy
When thc OEArNC l cuko M
MEASLCB, CATARRH, A.C.
oriMt uxor thcinviiibli
which la th umi lo theui u
" glMMM tU tO t be BJTIt, Aod mi
bit worn month withonl romotil
AyrXLJl rtik99U Ot
?7r .ifViA V V
tii- rnL h im
BCeATrWRLI"'' m H
Gt'MrTDiciNcM. A MmmmPmWGVWnoX
For Weak StomacHt Impalrea Digestion Disordereil Liver,
SOLD BY AlLIi DRUGGISTS.
PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX.
Prepared only by THOS. BEECHAM, St. Helens, Lancashire, England.
. JtT. ALLEN & CO., Sole Agents
For United States, 365 & 367 Canal St., New York.
Who (if your druggist docs not keep them) will mail Uccclwm's
Pills on receipt of price but inquire first. (Please mention this paper.)
Baltimore, jlfd., ATay , 'Sy,
EISEMAN BROS., cor. ?ti and E sts..
Big fire adjoinig factory; goods damaged
by smoke and water. Cannot come over for
Are Superior to Any in the
1. Because they nrc mnilo from the highest types of European gropes trim?
planted to thc most fruitful valley lu California.
2. Because of tho many varieties each Is from tho best-known grnpo for
Hint particular wine and consequently they nrc uniform lu clriractcr from year
to year; it very Important fact with druggists and consumer.
8. Because they me made In the most careful manner and by thc moU ap
proved methods ' (
4. Because they nrc full strength, puiu juice wines, produced from the
gtnpc by nntural pioccs'cs only. They nrc entire no water, no artificial color
ing matter, no sugnr, no ciudc alcohol.
fi. Because they arc never oiTcml to the public until thev aio mature and fit
0. Because fiom the best vineyard In California, producing 000,000 gallons
ycnily. Only tho oldest and finest wines conio to this matlict, nnd every bottle
sold carries on Its label the name of tho vlncyatd. '
7. Because wo have nmplo vaults In this city, twenty feet under ground,
wheio tho wines nic stored until bottled for use, cvpeilcnco having proven thai
tho cnic nnd handling of wines is ns Important ns tho making.
8. Because wo have no li responsible agents, nnd hold ourselves responsible
for the quality and pet feet condition of every bottle sold.
0. Because wo can ship our wine lo nny Slnto e.tbt of tho Jllsstsslppl river,
in lots of four or inoro cases, wllh safely to the purchaser and for less money
than a Hko wlno can bo purchased elsewhere.
10. Because wo aro here on a permanent basis, and will refund purchaso
uioncy on any wine which proves unsatisfactory.
11. Because wc carry a largo slock and can duplicate oidcrs to any extent.
12. Because 3Ir. II. W. Crnbb, the owner of tho To-Kalon vineyard, after an
exhaustive study of European vlneynrds nnd all tho indicate processes of wine
making, has given twenty years of his life Jo tho great Industry of American
wlno production, nnd now deservedly stands nt tho head wllh a reputation too
valunblo to jeopardize.
1!). Because tho avcrago Amcilcan wines nto ftom inferior grapos often
carelesMy made, often doctored to create an ni Uncial flavor, and put on tho mar
ket too young, after an cnfoiecd clarlllcatlon.
1 1. Because nluo-tcnths of tho so-called imported ninen aro spurious, or ex
tended with water and poor alcohol, llavored and coloicil to "suit tho market."
DRUGGISTS SHOULD BUY FROM US.
15, Because ndulteiatlon and falsification of wines and brandies Is tho rule
and not the exception; while tr gunrantco our goods to boentlroly free from
imy foitlgn substances nnd Invito llio closest analysis.
The public generally should buy To-Kalon Wines, as we have put a
large capital Into tbe business, have an Immense stock always on hand, and
are here to do a legitimate business for a legitimate profit.
18 NOW OITEIltNOi
1001'IECES FINEST QITAI.ITV I'nENCIl
BATEENS IN EXCLUSIVE JIKSIUSN Of
THIS WKASON'S IMI'OltTATION, A'1'SJe.A
VAIIlli llEllL'CEI) I'llOM JIV).
00 1'IEOE PA1IIS CIIAM.IR 111! I.A1NE,
lNCONriNKDbTYI.ES, AT M(. HEDUCE11
"OI1UAT ItAItOAINS" IN l'llINTHll 1IEAI,
INDIA HII.KS AT 7So. nnd 1 1IEDU0EI)
AM. STIIIPKD AND CIIECKET1 SUMMEIt
SII.KHllEDUl'EDTOSOo. A VAllll,
"EXTIIA VALUES" IN WHITE AND
t IIEAM INDIA HII.KS AT Wo., T3o., Mo. nnd
NEW IlLAt'K AND COLOItEIl Ih'DIA
SILKS AT o., 850., $1 anil 81JIS.
"SI'ECIAL INDUCEMENTS" IN IlLACK
bUUAII fcll.KS ATT.V., 31, $l.'.'5 nml SUM.
1'AltlH COMIIINATION SUITS. 01' THIS
REASON'S IMPORTATION. AT $10; fOIISlElt
1'llIt'ES J14 nnd tV4.
IIAND-IMIINTEII rill'.NCII SATEEN
HOI)ESAT$s; HEUl'CEIl I'ltOM SIS,
100 PIECES GENUINE bC'OTCII (IIn
HAMS. OP II V OWN IMI'OIITATION, .W
IM'IIES WIDE, AT SJc. A YAKD.
"CHOICE PATTEHNS" IN PIIINTED
Pl'KE LINEN LAWNS AT !i0o. unit ma,
IMMENSE STOCK OP AMERICAN ClINfl
HAMS, (1UTINO CLOTHS. CIIALLIS, PE1I
CALLS AND UATISTES, ItANdINO l'HOM
JUIo. to 18o.
NF.W IIIIITISH AND PIIENCII WHITE
(il)ODS IN (I1IEAT VAIIIETy AND AT LOW
"HPI'.IIAI, IIAKOAINS" IN I'f.AIV PLAID
AND HTllll'Ell NAINbOOKS AND INDIA
LINENS AT Ulc.
VSTL II01CE GOODS, PLAIN FIQUHE3 and
Perry itnlldln, Pcnna. nvonuo, oorncr of
Ninth sttcot, Ealubllnhoil 1310.
m. R. Riley,
Corner Ninth and E Streets N. W.,
Is closing out all kind of
DRV G OODS
At Very HoJac! RatM.
hh kiv 'wmt-i."'
jH j Cm. A ' . fiH
Chartered by Congress, 1837.
Capital, $200,000, Surplus, $170,000
OFFICE: Now Ilnlldlns, nnrthoast corner
Tth st. and Loiibluim uru.
ALIIEHT A. WILSON, C. W. nOWARD,
THOMAS PAIIKElt, It. 11. II AZAItl),
VIco-Presldont. Asst. Socrotury
OII.T KIlflK or
And you will alwayi) hare beautiful Dread,
Jlolis and Illionlts, Wliolosnlo Dopot, cor
ner First street and Indiana aronuo,
WM. M, QAL.T & CO.
I" Suits for Boys!
It la better to pick from fifty good
styles than from Ave hundred miscel
laneous ones. We do your picking
for you by selecting the crane tie lu
eremc of the season's styles. All or
ours are good, stylish, becoming and
serviceable. Wc have Illustrated two
of our styles of Jersey Suits foi
which there is now a great demand,
owing to the advent of the "outing"
Hoys' Fancy All-wool Jersey Suit", In plain
nnvy uluo, nnd Illno Waist, with flluo-and-Wliltc,
nnd Polkn-Spnt Skirts, Bruno trimmed
vrltli ranoy lirald. Sizes 8 to 0 years, Price,
rf.-.Ts' Navy Dluo Jcrsoy bulls, tilmmod
with white, bluo nnd cardinal Inald, with
striped blue nnd white vest front, Sizes 4 to
8 years. 31 to $9.
Cream Jersey Suits nnd scpnrato Jersey
Jersey Snslics, of cream, nayy and cardinal,
$1. mid $1.50,
Cor. 11th anil P Sts. N. W.
OVElt A MILLION DISTltlDUTED.
. L8ji bi Li
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO.
Incornaratcd by llio Leplslaturo In ISfiS for
Educational nnd Cliarltalilo purposes, and Its
Iranclilso mndo a part of tho present State
Constitution, In 1870, by an oveiiwhelmino
Its C11IANI) EXTIIAOItDINAIlY DHAW
INUS toko placo Scml-Annually (Juno nnd
December), und Its UHAND SINGLE NU.M
Ulilt DltA WINGS tnko placo on each of tho
other ten months lu tho year, nnd aro nil
drawn In public, at tho Academy of Music,
Now Orleans, La,
"Wo do heroby certify that wo sunorvlso
tho nrrniiKcments for all tho Monthly nnd
homl-Annual Drawings of Tho Louisiana Stato
Lottery Co., unit In person manngo and control
tho Drawings thomsclves, and that tho same
aro conducted with honesty, fnlrnoss nnd In
good faith toward all parties, nnd we authorize
the Company to usotlilscortlllcato, with fan
similes of our signatures attached. In Its ad
vertisements." G. T. Beauregard,
J. A. Early,
Wo tho undersigned Hanks and Hankers
will pay all Prizes drawn In the Louisiana
btnto Lotteries, which may bo piesentcd nt
11. 91. WAI.MSI.F.Y, Prest. La. Nat. Hank.
P. LANAUX.Prcst. StntoNnt. Hunk.
A. IIAI.IMVIS, Prost. N. O. Nut. Hunk.
CAUL KQ1IN, Prest. Union Nat. Hunk.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING
Will Tako Place at tho Academy of Mnslo,
Now Orleans, '1 UESD AY, .May 1 1, ISM.
CAPITAL PRIZE $300,000
100X00 Tlckots at Twonty Dollars:
$10; Quarters, S3: Tenths, $-',Twi
LIST OF PHIZES,
1 PRIZE OF$3O0,O00ls
1 PRIZE OP 100.000 Is
1 PRIZE OP 50,000 Is.,
1 VWIY.V. OF
8 PHIZES 01'
5 PRIZES OP
3 PHIZES OF
iro PRIZES OF
S00 PHIZES OF
600 PHIZES OF
10,000 nro ,
soo nro ,
100 Prizes or $500 aro
ico prizes of soonie
1C0 pi lies of SOOnie
000 Prizes of $100 aro , ,
DUD Prizes of 100 aro ,
!),131 Prizes, amounting to $1,051,800
Noib. Tickets drawing Capltul Pilzcsnto
not entitled to terminal Pi Izos.
faSTon Cum Hatks, or any' further In
formation desired, write legibly to the under
signed clearly stating your icsldenco, with
Slates, County, Sticet und Numbor. More
rapid return mall delivery will ho assurod by
your Inclosing an Envclopo boailng your full
All oidlnary Letters contulnlng Postal
Notes, Money Oulcrx Issued by all Express
Companies or Now Yoik Exchange.
M. A, DAUPHIN,
Now Orloans, La.
Address Registered Letters contain
ing Currency to
New Orleans National Bank
Nuw Om.EiNa, I.,
ItEMEMHER THAT ONE 110LLAH Is tho
Price of the smallest part of a fraction of u
ticket Issued In any diawlng, Anythluit in
our namo offered at a loss price, is either u
counterfeit or a swindle,
ItLMEMHBH also, that the payment of
Prizes Is GUARANTEED BY l'OUU NA
TIONAL HANKS of Now Orleans, nnd the
Tickets aro slgnod by the President of an In
stitution wlioo chartered rights aro recog
nized lu tho highest Courts; therefore, be
ware of all Imitations and anonymous
rvy, SA-. M--
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO ROUTE.
To CINCINNATI and LOUISVILLE:
Iinvo Washington 0:10 p. in. t arrive Whlto Sulphur Springs noxt day nt 0:li
Cincinnati, B:10 p.m.; Lexington, Ky.,4:W p,n, Louisville, 8:23 p, in,
t-OLIDTHAIN WITH DININO CAR AND PULLMAN SLEEPERS through to Cincin
nati will. out change Piillmnn Vcstlbulcd Sleepers to Loulsvlllo.
Cul-lno tinder direction of tho Pullman Company, Train heated by steam and
lighted by electricity,
ONLY FOI.ID VKHTimtMID TRAIN WITH UININCI CARS THHOUCm TO THE
WEST l'HOM WASRINOTtlN,
Additional Tnst Tra In lenves dally llr.'l u. m.; with through Vcstlbulcd Sleepors, nr
rh lug at Cincinnati 8.10 u, in.
Tor reservation nnd full Information call at Chcjnpcnko ,t Ohio odlcc, 313 I'enn.nvo.
CHAS. R. BISHOP, H. W. FULLER,
Ocn'l Eastern Passenger Agent. Clcncrnl Pnsougcr Aifcnt.
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 H. W..
Easy Weekly or Monthly Payments Taken.
LOOK AT OUR PRICE LIST :
Bedroom Sots in Toplar from $15 up. I Ingrain Carpots from 25o. up.
Bedroom Sots in Oak nnd Cherry from 503. Extra super Ingrains from Wo.; 3 ply, 81.00,
Bedroom Sets in Walnut from jto. , Brussels Carpet from T5o.
Tarlor Suites In Hair Clotu or Plusli from S35.'1
N. B. ALL CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE OF CHARGE. Our
terms ore easier and our prices 35 per cent, lower than any other Credit
House. The Cheapest House In the City for cash.
AVOUST Vf. NOACK, President.
THE SHOOMAKER COMPAISTy,
(Successors to Suoomaker & Ilertzos),
IMPOItTEBS AND JOBBEHS OF
pine CCtiftcs, Lxiqaotts, Cicjatfs, &e.,
Kos. 1331 AND 1333 E 8THEET NOHTnWEST,
Telephone Call, 617. WA8HINQTON, DIO
ALL GOODS SOLD AT NEW YOHK rniOES.
Assorted Cases of ono dozen Wines, Liquors and Cordials at dozon rrtcoi.
Gas Boilers at fl.is and tl.so (or Instantly maklnjToaor Coloo.
For largc.and small fatnlllos. Just tbe Movo for summer na. ai you oxtlniuIsUttia flrj
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT C0MPAN
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F. F. V.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
E RANCIS QARLICKS, Seorotary.
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Ill our Suits nt $30.50 mo new nnd
stylMi Woolens, of bpttertiunllty.bet.
tcr trimmings nnd belter tailor work
llinn cuu bo bad el. on hero for tlio
money. Correct stylo and perloct fit
nro guaranteed to all.
X41Q IT. "ST. J&.-V-0.
M. E. SELTZ,
TQilojr azicX Xm.tpo-rtor',
J.'t.VV V STUV.VT.
My now Importations nro now fnlly opened
nnd complete. Tlicycoinprtso nil tlio latost
110 veil Ics In English nnd Vrcnch Goods for
gentlemen's wear. An oarly inspection Is re
specif ully solicited.
M. F. SELTZ.
H. D. BHRRI
Importer anil Tailor,
FALL HD WiHTER GOODS.
All of tho Latest Novoltlcj.
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND SCOTU SUITINGS,
ETC, JUST ARRIVED.
MII.BAHR personally fltsall garments made
In our establishment.
1111 Penna. Avenue.
For a full lino of Gentlemen's Worsted?,
Contlng Hilton", Trousers, Scotch and Eng
llsli Cheviots, Cloths nnd Uocsklnsi also full
lino of Tailors' Trimmings. Call on
f. ek. QUAST,
030 O Htrect Northwest.
jiDWAiiD f, nnoop,
Ml 0i3 1'r.sSA, AvEMCt,
Calls attention to his largo stock of STEIN
WAY, Cbaso & Gnliler, Whcclock, Brlggs,
Helming nnd other rianos, Tho wonderful
solf-playlng ollan nnd Cabinet Organs.
Sold on Installments, exchanged, rented, re
paired, tuned, moved and stored. Violins,
llnnjos and Guitars, btrlngs a spoclalty.
bhect Music nnd Musical Merchandise at tho
old stand, Viz I'cnua. nro.
Grand, Upright and Square
Sped 1 attention of purchasers Is Invited to
"NEW AUTISTIC STYLES,"
Finished In doslgns of
"HIGHEST DKCOItATIVE AIIT."
riANOS FOIt ItENT.
Second-hand rianos at All Prices.
M, KlSTABB & CO.,
817 Market Space.
GEO. WHITE & S0NS.462 Maine Lit. S.W.
Quality, tho Host.
Prices, the Lowest,
In Entrnnco Bteps.
Park Ballings a Specialty.
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
S. S. SHEDD&BRO
Lawn Vases and Settees.
ECONOMY GAS RANGES
i'or Summer Cooking.
PLUMBING, TINNING AND FUItNACE
432 Ninth St. N. W.
-VIlDEltS TAKEN NOW ENABLE US TO
make arrangements with manufacturers;
tliciefoio for 30 HAYS wo wilt sell WOOD
MANTELS at an KNOItMOUS DISCOUNT.
Tho new duslgus aio all In and our floors nro
I'mchascrs can Iinvo goods stored until
wanted without charge, and no.pnymont In
rcquliedunjlldelheryls inndo. This Is tho
best chance ever offered to select from an
extensive stock of choice designs,
HAYWAIID &, HUTCHINSON.
ThoiAtluy Carauloa arrest in
'a iioura wuuoiH incoucn-i
leuce.thOHQ atlucllonsln Mljlchl
Ooi'alUi.CuUba auU Injectioui1
A POSITIVE CUHE rOH
LOST or Fttlllnir MAN.
A,4jul UAIUAI'.uu"! .1 u. . ,, , aiiuao,
Weakness ut Body nnd Mind, Lnek of
Slrength, Vigor nnd Development, caused by
Eirois, Exto'scs, Au, Modo of Self treat
ment nnd Proofs mailed (sealed) free. Addrosa
EIIIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, N. Y.
RID CE0C3 SUU011O EtUUD,
Tht rTiNI, cnlr ft lulu
finA raoit 1 illtbu rill ir lt.
pari. rtar mi eavemii '
I adlcikl A.kfuia'rflofer'
la red tueUUia luitt. letlrl
no other. Atllrug-tfUta. itiptlliU
titctwwllwsfiwllU vink wrPnw
tldtisfrout counterfeit. .
HdiT4c. (timpi) fur rKrtloarl mi
lfllr tar l.ailli. in Uiltr. bf
return m.lt. 10.0MO iettlionlnlrrora UtllJ "t"
fciTounJtbtruwIiU Hufcei' NAME APtR.
OK THE I.IIJl'OU IIAIUT CAN HE CUIIEU Hi;
AIlJil.MlsTEUIMI Dlt. HAINKV (IUL.
Cuii bo given lu n cup of coffco or tea wlth
out the knovilcdgo of tho person tuklug It. It
Is absolutely liurmloss, and will effect u per
mancut nnd speedy euro, whether tho putluut
Is 11 modorato drinker or nu nlcohollo wreck.
It I iiis been given in thnusunds of cases, uml
In oery liutnnco n perfect 01110 has followed,
IT Nl'.VKlt FAILS. The system onco impreg.
niucii wiiii 1110 npeeiuo, it ueeoinesauuiier
iinnossibllltr for tho linuor annetlte to exist.
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