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the Washington eitrnc, Saturday evening .tune i, lsso.
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vixr svi'.o i.it.H,
AiniMcinonli,
AinurnnH "ThoMlkndo." , ,
lUiimV IJhoiv-"Tho btrccts of New
1 nrk."
KriKCAV. 1'rnmlo Walking Mutch.
dumr Varieties.
CtclonAMA. Diiltlo ot llull Hun.
Itinldcn'n Itmlnllitiont Hnnsn.
Ililsrrllablo and lung established Install
ment Home, nt D-) and IW Tlh t. n. w., In In
full supply of ltofrlgcrators, lco chests, llaby
tlnlaccn. Carpet. Furniture, Mailings, etc.,
nt cash prices on the Installment plan.
lloir I11 Keep C'nol.
Tho yellow w agon of tho Independent Ico
Company traverse all seel Ions of lliu illy nnd
Its suburbs nnd dispense tho ',c,t Quality of
Kcnncbco ko nt the lowest intcs.
Wines nml Clarets, Ulnrctit mill Wlnos,
Tho purest and most licultliy drink nt this
Biufon In Sander's Incs and Clarets, which
tnntnln more Iron tliuti any other on tlio
tnatket.
Houghton .V Co,' Cut I'lguics.
hit ilccc parlor mille, SHOO. ... .
Thrco piece imk bed loom mite. S17-W.
Eight pleio illnliiR room nultu, $. 10,
Mi room, lomplcto with rugs ami furnlturo
for a uottagc, $'-!). Can It bo none? t-co
V. II. HOUIIIITOH .t Co.,
WIS und IWuKst. u. w.
ltiiildeii'n Spring and Hliminor Onod.
This popular Installment establishment, nt
IWOniid 01 Hc until street it. w.. Isrocclvlag Its
lull supply of spring and summer cowls, U.:
All sires and rt)nlltlot or refrigerators, desir
able bed room seta In solid oak, nlso now
mattings, baby carriages, carpets, etc. Par
tics desiring to furnish their housos can Urol
anything they might want In midden' on a
tush bash w Ith easy wcokly or monthly pay
ments to suit tho purchaser.
It I "tlio llcst.
Ask for It. Schlltz'a Jlltwnukco Lager
Deer. For salo br nil leading houses.
I'or Washington Dressed Hoof
go lo.tohn It. Kelly, stalls Oil, 6and (VW Cen
tra Idarkct. and and )9 Northern Liberty.
Corned beef a specialty.
Christening Ililtiy MeKeo.
TIic l'testdent lind u plc.isnnl lllllc
Hutpiiso In sloio for tlio members of his
Cabinet ycstcuiny afternoon. Bluntly
bcloio tlio meeting adjourned he nn
nouncctl that tlio Infant of his daughter.
Mrs. Mclvcc, would bochiislencdm the
Blue Ituom after llic meeting. Secre
tsrv lliulnu lind sonio builneii to nt-
tend to nnd couldn't wait, but tho oilier
members nicscnt Messrs. lincy
) Win
JIITlcr, ilnm. Aoblo. m nnnmnKcr ana
lcniftlncd for tlio rcrcmony. Ucsides
these nud the, President nnd JIis. liar
lison thcio were present Mr. nnd JIm.
IdelCce. Private Sceretnry Hnlford,
"Baby" JleKec nnd a few utlcndinls.
Dr. Hcolt, tho grcat-graudfallicr of the
child, performed the ccicmony, Thcio
vrcio four Kcncntllon'j present Dr.
Bcolt. Mrs. Haulson, Mis. MclCeo nud
her children. Tlio christening was en
tirely Informal nnd was not perfotmed
according to any particular church
iltunl. The baby was called after her
mother, Mary, with tho addition ot
"Lodge," a family name. Tho cere
mony was conducted quietly nnd tho
Viesldcnt nnd Mrs. Hunlson ev.prcs3cd
tho wish that ns little attention ns pos
slblo bo given it. Mr, and Mis. McKcc,
with the two clitldicn, will leave for In
dianapolis soon nnd the prospect of their
departure hastened tlio ceremony.
Catarrh Cured,
A clergyman, after ycara of stiflcrlnjj
from that loathsome dlscisc, Catarrh, and
vaimy trjlnc; every Known lemcdy, nt last
found a rcclpo which completely cured and
iavod lilm from death. Any sufferer from
this dreadful dlscaso sending a self-addressed
stamped cnvclopo to Professor J. A. Law
icnce, 68 Wancn street, Now York City,
will rccclvo tho rcclpo frco ot charge.
Washington Grove Trusteo.
The Washington Grovo stocUlioldcis
havo elected II. 11. Moulton, president:
1". AV. -Worthlngton, vlco-prcsldent;
Wancn It. Choatc, secretary; Hobcrt
Cobcn, trcasurcritnistecs: J, C. Athcv,
Ocoigo A. Illrch, J. V. llirch. W. It.
Choiiic, G. K. Oartrcll, H. I). Moulton,
W. HuiTiss, AV. II. II. Smith, B. T.
Simpson, J. AV. Somcrvlllo, ,T. Henry
AVIlson, Jcsso II. AVilson, Dr. J. T.
Winter, II. AV. Fr.inklnml. It. Cohen,
L. AV. AVorlhlnKlon, It. W. Dunn, ,T.
11. Micklo, J. It. Higgles, G. T. AVood
ward, AV. 11. AVoodward, A. AVood, 11.
8. l'latt, M. LIndscy and S. I'olkinhoru.
Tbo thrco last named arc now members
of tho bonid. It is probable that tho
number of trustees will bo reduced to
ulnc.
Through Bleeping Curs to ftt. Louis.
Commcutlug Saturday, Juno 1st, tho II.
& O. It. It. will placo a l'allmnii llulTot
Hlceiilupr Car ou tholr "vcstlbulcd limited"
IcftTlTip WashluKton at 3 00 p. in,, running
throui;h to St. Louis without change, this,
together with the express leaving at 11:15
p. m. will utvo a double dally service of
through rtilluiHU bleeping cars betneen
ushlngtoii and lit. Louis.
Iluirp's Antl-Malnrla Tonic.
Among tho many dealers In wines and
liquors In Washington, thcro Is not one who
Is nioro favorably liuuuu for the oxccl
lenro of his goods th.m James Tliarp. whoso
ntabllshmeut can bo found at 818 F street
lOthvMst. 'Ihoold Ucrkclcy whisky as a
toulc for the ller cannot bo surpassed, and
l at the same tlmo a pleasant bovorago. No
lsmlly should bo without a bottlo of this
appetizing tunic In their house.
ltrltt (iovoriunent
Appointment.
ClumctB lnMt been
nmilu in follows
In the District Engineer Dunaitmcnt:
.1 W. Dare, from nnslstnut engineer at
$l,oC0 to principal engineer at $1,000,
lire D.ivls, granted a year's leave, ot
Hi stiico to go to Nicaragua with tho
hurvcy (ixpeilitlon; .1. J.'l'owcr, from
tnfpcctor to assistant cngincei 1 0. W.
AValliicu, axeman on tlio permanent roll
hewer department, and A. M. Sclioop,
prcmotcil finin the tcmpoiniy roll to
the permanent.
Our Tailoring Department Hnomliic;.
Why shouldn't It boomr There Is 110
bui.li btock of suitings and trouserings any
"hero to Im fouud, especially our .','!) suits
to order and our $5 trousers to order.
KUemnn llros,, 7th and C, Tailoring Do
paitment.
A Mtiy 1'estlral.
Miss Julia Maalel's muIc class gave
11 Jlny fcitival at the Katloual Itillcs'
Annorj' last night. After a fairies'
levco a musical entertainment was
liircn, In which piano solos by Misses
Kelllu llcrnlinrd, Ucsslo Krly, llertha
"Wilson and Augusta Sprlngbgulli, ami
a duct by Misses Amy Khrr and Amy
liclcnslcin wuro special features. Sllss
Bpringugulli was the recipient of a
very handsome basket of pansles.
15 Minute to Ilultlmoro.
In tho echedulo ot til dally trains Wash
ington to Baltimore via 1). it O. urn 5 that
make the run In 45 minutes, 4 In 60 minutes
and 0 In ono hour.
Tlio Columbia Deliiucrntlu Club.
Tliu Columbia Democratic Club last
night elected ofllcers as follows' I'rpHl
deut, Lawmicu Qardncr; llrst vlco
piesldcnt, A. bt. Clair Denver; second
vice-president, C. W Dennett, secro
fary, K. AV. Andcison, corresnondlntr
sccictary, It. W. Venwickj linanclal
KCiclaiy, Fiaulc H, l'arks; trcnsuirr,
Julius lluglo, scigeHnt-at-arms, ,1 W.
Darkness,
11irc' No Such VuIuod Ulluroit
As ourn In llojs' and Children's Clothing.
IkHUllful suits for bo j s ?, and our chil
dren's suits at gZiiOand $U can't bo equaled.
J-.lt.HDun Ilioa., 7th and U, Hoys' and
Children's Department.
Iloiulnc 1'leeons Itoleanoil.
Wlllard A- Klk'Kens, a noted amateur
blid fancier of KJuabtth, N. J., guost o(
National Hotel of this rlty, flow throe
valuable) prlto pigeons from hotel this
morning at a o'clock. 'Ihclr arrival at
Kllzal'clh Is awaited wltb considerable
Interest.
AVttUjDtoo Mara Doposlt Co., Ola J'u,
are. morsge Department all shore ground.
AMUSEMENTS.
Tho fcinnlo pedestrian match closes
at midnight to night, nnd on Monday
nt ! . in" will begin a champion heel
nml-too walk for ilfty hours, -l to IS p.
m. each day except Saturday. The en
tries Include Iloaglaud, tho ilOO-inltu
champion; Sinclair, Smith, Baldwin,
Dillon, Dwycr, Lowman, Tobln,
Mnckcy, Gllcn, Hav, Greenwood, Meek,
Mcsslci, Day and McGovcni200 miles
ni'CCMniy for n shaio of tlio money. In
the Mimmcr gjiulcn mntluces" will bo
gi en nnd a lino concert nt night. Ad
mission to nil 23 cents.
"Willi this evening's performance tho
Globo Thcnlie closes n successful
season, and Hoop & Noppcr's Globo
Thcntio Specially Company lenvo next
week for a summer tour on tho toad,
dmlng tho absence of which tho theatre
will bo lcnovntcd and lelltled. Mr. AV.
K Tuliinnn, the gentlemanly lieasurer,
severs his connection with tlio thcatro
to filler other pursuits, and if hopiovcs
ns successful In liU futiiio venture ns ho
has In the past he will have no cause
for regicl.
Nc.Mwcek tho Lainont Opera Com
pany will appear In CVIbulka's three
net comic opera, "Amoiltn," with tho
following enl: Amorita, Miss Lnmont;
Anfelo, Alice Cailcj Ptrpclm, Mnbrlln
Baker; Foi tebracelo, Laura Millard;
lkfu, Polly Falrbaln; Fni limnbania,
AVllllain Pruett; Lorcntt, Slgnor llioco.
Unit SparatMui, Chailcs Lang; The
Amlat'iitlor of Morocco, Geoigo Broil
crick; Oeionimo, Cainincycr; 6'iwf
Ailnrtti, S. Poitcr; llnttd, V. Holland;
Alth Uitelrtlcci, Louis do Lango.
Tho Baltlo of Bull Bun, cyclornma,
Fifteenth sticct nnd Ohio avpnuc. will
be doubly nttinctivc hcicaftcr with Us
lecture dono fiom tho phonogiaph. A
pow ci ful Instrument hns been oidcrc.l
fromXcw Yoik nud it will bo In full
opcintlon net week, the Hist practical
application of Ihu phonograph In this
city. Thopilcoof admission will ic
main at 23 cents.
Atlvlco to Mother.
Mrs. Wluslow's Soothing 8 run should
ohvnjs boused for children tcctlilng. It
soothes tho child, softens tho gums, allays
all palu, cures wind colic, ami it Is tlio best
remedy for diarrhoea. !i.ic. a bottle.
AVasiunotos Hafk DErosiT Co., 010 1'a.
ave., rents sates as low as $5 per year.
Th cecrot of ray bipplnM is, I fatra thrown twaj
nay ou isiaeunc urtua, ana ut
W
ATERPROOF
BOOT
BEAUTIFULLY
.OL1HHID
WITHOUT LABOR.
Wolff'sACMEBIacking
Prodaca poliih without tba old broeh, and tit lAfni
Uttl latt a wttk cm mevi'i, and (Are on tcomtn'i $Jioe$.
Why stick to old ways la thwo d&ya ct progreea f J
Bold by Shoe Stores, Grooan, Drucclata, etc.
WOLFF & RANDOLPH. PHILADELPHIA.
hi Per Cent Discount!
Seaton Perry,
Previous to Enlarging his Business
and Making Extensive Improve
ments, will allow
TEN PER CENT.
DISCOUNT
On alt sales for Thirty Days, com
mencing MAY 31 and end
ing JUNE 29.
tXTTIIISIS A ItArtEOl'l'OKT UNITY TO
l'URCIIASE ALLKINDSOFDUYCIOODSOF
THE BEST CLASS AT 10 l'KH CENT. LESS
THAN IIEGULAIirHlCn&.
nS'-ALI. OOOD3 MARKED IS PLAIN
VIGUKEb'.
SEATON PERRY,
PERRY BUILDING,
Perm. Ave., corner 9th St
ESTABLISHED 1810.
m, R. Riley,
Corner Ninth and B Streets N. W.,
Is closing out all hinds of
DRY t-G OODS
At Very lledncod Rates.
Dr.HAY'S
vwnfjnrupllL
Clenneu, irraHhlKt.llMteatlalutorT MAID DUtSIWO.
iini.llijiit, I..... wuicaii i.'iiiot, mn',u. ".
Dlieunn. ulx(iTHiinn.4Mi(iKmi.i(. uriimtirrDK
IInUralOlTlltll.(UUlaoSIIKIIUlltf,raUklIUIX.
BoVl 11 all Daalt ra la Tollat OooJ. or mailed Iraa tar nv. br
LrtindoaifiHPpIr ts tt Ita Ur4viar( NotvYattlt
You Will Save C ATA RRH
Money,
Tlmo,
Pain,
Troublo,
And WllfC'uro
CATARRH
Ily Using
EY'S
CREAM BALMR
IVEflF
A partlelo Is applied Into ouch nosti II and Is
agreeable. Price 00 cents at Drupglats; by
mall, registered, 60 cents.. ELY JiI.OTliKna,
W Wurren street. Now Yo (k . " "'
MBESTFlninQ CORSETi'mWORLOI
9 FORSAIC BY LEADING MERCHANTS. I
0 MAYER.SJROUSE&CO.
MrRS.-4IZ BROADWAY. N. V. JA
1 in nnniMti-nuiimii nr'ir r
MB
PiB&lHi
BBtVVftvv'
HV X' U SJl. I
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PEERLESiiJMNrt
Am ti ukht.
JMoinVwviam,
WHEATLEY BROS.,
Lumber, Doors, Sashes, Blinds, Etc.
Flooring nnd Dressed Lumber in Dry Sheds. Special Inducements
ofl'eicd iii Florida nnd Virginia Fine Flooring.
DEPOT FOR BUILDERS' MATERIALS,
Corner 9th St. and Rhode Island Ave.
Seventh and R Streets,
9rj?n St. and Rhode Island Ave.,
SnmSHINCTON. D, C
3028 to 3040 K St., Georgetown.
7V:iL-La RND DRV KIL-NS.
Estimates Made on All Kinds of Mill Work.
AUGUST AV. NOACK, Resident.
1B81-1881).
The Shoomaker Company,
(Successors to ShoomaVor & tlertzoit),
IMl'Oni'EIlS AND JODUEU3 OF
FINE WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, AC,
Kos. 1331 AND 1333 E ST it BUT NORTHWEST,
Tclcphono Call. 817. WASHINGTON, D O
All Goods Sold at New York Prices.
Assorted Cases or ono dozen Wines. LIquora and Cordials at dozen prlcas.
Easy Weekly or Monthly Payments Taken.
LOOK AT OUR PRICE LIST :
Bedroom Sets In Foplar from $15 up.
Bedroom Sets In Oak and Cherry from $33.
Bedroom Sots In Walnut from $40.
I'arlor Suites In nalr Cloth or 1'lush from $35. J
N. B. ALL CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE OF CHARGE. Our
terms are easier and our prices 35 per cent, lower than any other Credit
House. The Cheapest House in the City for cash.
Gas Stoves
Qas Boilers at 11.15 and tl.50 for Instantly making Tea or Cotton.
gs-a.s ooo:e:r.s
For larecjand small families. Just the store
tuo instant ido coosinx is
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Tentli. Street, 3ST "VT".
THROUGH TO
THE ECKINGTON ANll SOLPIEttS' HOME
IIAlLItOAO COMPANY
Has completed the extension of Us line by
way of
BECOND AM) V hTRUETS KOIITHC.VST
To (ih'iiwooil Cemetery,
And will commence running through cars
from Tlh stiect nnd New Yoilcae.
TO-DAY
livery other car running through. Double
deckels will run to-day.
WOOD TAILOBIffG.
In our Suits at SMM aro new nnd
stylish Woolens, of hotter quality, bet
ter trimmings and hotter tailor work
than i an he had elaewhero for iho
money. Concct stylo and iierlecrtlt
iuu Kuurunieeu iu uu.
HARBAN& BENNETT
1-ilO IT- "ST. j-vo.
M. P. SELTZ,
TaHox unci Irtxipox'tox-,
133-j jr htubi:t.
My new Importations aro now fully openod
and complete. They comprise nil tho latest
novelties In English and 'French Goods for
gentlemen's wear. An oirly Inspection Is ro
spcclfully solicited.
M. E. SELTZ.
Cli
For a full line of nontlomon's Worsteds,
Coating Mlltons, Trousors, Hcotoh and Eng
lish Cheviots, Uloths and Doeskins; also full
lino of Tailors' Tr mmlngs. Cull on .
F. H. QUAST,
USD D Street Northwest.
GREAT FALLS ICE CO,
OFFIOB
No. 924 Pennsylvania Ave.
Wholesale ami lletall Dealois la
Kennebec River Ice
WACIONS 00 TO AU. PACTS OP TnB CITY
AND MOUNT PtEASANT.
Lootout.Jor White f api.
FIIANC1S OAItLICKS. Socrotarr.
i:tttblllioa 1B39.
Ingrain Carpets from 23c. up.
extra Super Ingrains from 60c; 3-ply, $1.00.
urussels Carpot from "5o.
for Cooking!
for summer uso,
as von extlnsulshi hit a
aono,
For salobytae
fALT0N &
J STRICKLAND
939 Penna. Avo.
Summer Shoes.
Indies' Southern Tlo, Oxfords, Newports
and Nahants. In HenchKId, Olazo Dongola,
Dussolt Goat, Ooze Calf and Suede. All of
tho best material and workmanship, In latest
styles and colors.
MISSES' anFchildren's.
Complete stock, Including Tau Goat, In
high and low cut; also vory stylish Canvas
Shoes for house wear.
Our Men's Shoes
Tako In all the leading styles and colors,
Tan and Itusset Gout, high and low cut.
Genulno Seal Oxfords, tbo handsomest light
coloicd shoo worn,
Our stock of Cal(, Kangaroo and Patent
Leather, high und low cut, Is comploto.
Wo do not Intend to carry a largo stock
through tho hot months ot summer, so hive
mado our prices such as to move them early
and quickly.
V. Baldwin Johnson
Wbolosalo and Hotall Dealer la
Woo3. axxa. Goal.
And the Washington Gas Go.'a Coke.
Complete Facilities. Bottom Prleos
Full Weight and Mouuro.
Wood and Coal direct from Uia forests and
mines by rail and wator, aad (roe from slag,
Into and other Impurities.
arvE ME A TIttAr
Main Yard andOffloo. not it. I. ave. u, w.
Hianc.li 6UAst.s.e.
Uranch " " BlDlMst. s, w.
Uranch ofilco for orders, ooraor Tenth and I
sts, n. w.
Dranoh ofllco for orders, cornor 13th aaiU
sis, n.w.
All connected by telepbons.
lTHftVaT
$jnUltrm,ifw ,
CHARLES A. MUDDIMAN,
ITo. 1200 V Stroot),
O doors fcom lith it.)
All. SIZES OAS STOVltS. DUV NOW.
aUAltArlTSED TO HAKU, 4c ,
OAS FIXTUHKS TOR NEW HOUSES.
dq A. la j H,l Hf maalllllM II nil I
n fiJUTOrivJr?JtJXfcTiSitjl3iV
1111)3 FURNISHED,
Special Sale
-Of
Boys' Clothing!
Finding ourselves slightly
overstocked, we shall offer
a number of lines of Boys'
Suits at reduced prices, pre
senting an unusually good
opportunity to4niy yoar 003'
a spring and summer suit at
a great saving ou the
amount you anticipated pay
ing. 1 lot of Itnys' All-wool Plaid Chovlot Suits,
light welclit, In both Hack nnd Norfolk stylo.
Cloud scrvlceablo material, well made, and Id
all sizes, from 4 to 14 years. Iteduced to
$3.80.
1 lot of Hoys' Navy Tlliio Sailor Suits, with
blouso wnlat and omhioldcrcd snllor collar,
sizes 4t ol3 years. Deduced to $3.
1 lot of Hoys' Navy Mlun Jorsey Bailor Suits,
trimmed with blackbrald, sizes 4 to 10 years.
Deduced to SI.
1 lot of Doys' All-wool Suits, made Norfolk
and l'lii It eel styles, In light striped and
checked cheviots. Sorvleoablo. drossy, bo
eomlng nnd chenp; sizes 4 to 11 years. Ite
duced to SI.
150 Hoys' rino All-wool Suits, stylishly
made. In Plain nnd Norfolk shapes, from
striped nnd plaid cheviot and caxslmcro ma
terials; size 4 to 14 years. Deduced to 83.
Usually sold for considerably more.
For dress ocraslon wo offer n beautiful
llnoof Cieam-Whlto Jersey Cloth and Plan
nel suits In attractive and becoming styles.
Tho Jersey suits aro accompanied with a
Sash. Prices, $'. $0 60 nnd 87 each. You
will pay mora tor these elsewhere, wo
Lcllcte.
Hoys' Whlto Suits of Duck, mado Sailor and
Norfolk styles, both plain nnd braided, Very
cuto and stylish. Sizes, 4 to 10 years. 81.30,
83 to J7.S0 each.
Fancy Linen and Whlto Duek Pants at 730.,
Mc., SI to SIXO per pair.
Cleat assortment of Doys' All-Wool Pants'
In plain shades, mixtures, chocks, plaids und
strlcs. Sizes, 4 to 14 years. $1 to $1 per
pair.
Hoys' Whlto Ono-Pleco Plquo Kilt Suits.
beautifully made, v, 1th tuckod waist and full
plaited skirt nnd flnlshod with bolt. Mado
trom Henvy-Cordcd English Pique, nnd are
on client value sizes, -'I to 0 years. Only
S MO each.
SPECIAL. 1 lot of Hoys' Flno Madras
Sailor Kilt Suits, with Pink an.1 Uluo Collars
and CulTs, nttractlvcly trimmed with fancy
rig zag braid and pearl buttons. Tho hand
somest Kilt butt wo ovor saw. Only S3.
Hoys' All-Wool .Torsoy Waists, In all colors,
Slain and trimmed. Si, Sl.W, $1.85,81.03,
3.03 to $3.73.
1 ho Dellablo "Mothers' Friend" Shirtwaist,
with Its detachable holt and riveted Indo
strucllhlo buttons. In Percale and Flannel.
Fancy colorings, figures, etc., nnd plain
hltc. Mo to $1.33 each.
(Third floor.)
woobwardT lothrop,
Cor. Uth and F Sts. N. W.
u
NTItllCEDKNTEI) ATTRACTION!
OVEH TWO MILLIONS DISntlUUTED.
LBji bi Li
LOUISIflNjl STATE LOTTERY CO.
Incopornted by tho Lcglslaturo for educa
tional and charttablo purposos, and Its fran
chise mado n pait of tho prosont Stato Con
stitution, In laro, by an oykiiwuelmixo roru-
LAn VOTE.
Its GIIAND DXTnAORDINAIty DltAW
IM3 tako placo Scml-Annually (June nnd
December), nnd Its GItANI) SINGLE NUM
HKUDHAWINGS tako placo In each of tho
other ton months In tho year, and aro all
drawn In public, at tho Academy of Music,
Now Orleans, La.
"Wo do hereby certify that wo suporvlso
tho arrangements for all the Monthly and
Seml-Annual Drawings of Tho Louisiana
Stato Lottery Co., and In person manage and
control tho Drawings themsolves, and that
the same aro conducted with honesty, fair
ness and In good faith toward all parties, and
wo authorize tho Company to uso this certifi
cate, with fac-slmllos of our signatures, at
tached In Its advertisements."
G. T. Beauregard,
J. A. Early,
COMmSSIONEItS.
We tho undersigned Danks and Hankers
will pay all Prizes drawn In tho Louisiana
State Lotteries, which may ho presented at
our counters.
It. M. WALISLEY, Prcst. La. Nat. Hank
P. I.AHAVX, Prost. Stato Nat. Dank.
A. BAMim, Prest. N. O. Nat. Dank.
I'ABL KOHH, Prest. Union Nat. Dank.
tii:xi'.ixirvAL nit. i insu
Will take place at tho Aeadomy of Muslo,
New Orleans, TUKoDAY, Juno 8, 1833.
GAPITAL PRIZE $600,000
100,000 Tkketsttt S: Halves, 8W; Quartors,
$10; .eighths, $ft: Twotitlutl), X
91
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LIST OP PIIIZHS:
1 1'ltlZH OF $000,000 Is
1P1I1ZK OP SOO.OCOls
..Sioo.ooo
.. 310,030
.. 100,000
.. BO.000
,, 40,000
,. DO.OOO
., 50,000
., no.ooo
.. 80,000
.. 190.000
,. 800,000
l l'lii.i: or
100,000 Is
60,000 Is
uo.ooo aro
10,000 aro
1 Pltl.K OP
S PltlZKS op
svnuthov
10P1IIZKSOP
MPHIZliS OP
100 1'ltlZhSOF
200 PHIZES OP
W0 PltlZKS OP
o,uuu aro
8,000 aro .
two aro...
coo aro...
400 aro...
AvrnoxtMATK PnizEs:
100 Pilzcs of J1.000 aro ,
100 Prizes of 800 ore ,
100 Prizes of 400 aro
TrnuiKAL PmzEs:
000 Prizes of t'JOO aro
IW Prizes of 'Xlare
.$100,000
. H0.O0O
,. 40,000
,.$199,800
.. 1W,00
11,111 Prizes amountlnff to $2,169,000
aoents wantj:d EYBKYWncnC.
fWTon Club IIatkh, or any further Infor
mation desired, wrlto leelhly to tho under
nlonod, clearly etatlng your residence, with
Slate, County, Street and Number. Jtoro
rapid return mull delivery will ho assured by
your enclosing uu Emolopo hearing your full
address.
iail'OllTANT.
All ordinary letters containing Postnt
Notes, Money Onlern Isxiied by allExprosi
Companies or New York Exchange.
Addressed
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, la.
Address Heglstcrod Letters containing Cur
rency to
New Orleans National Ganki
New Orleans, La.
ItEMEMHEH That tho only genulno Loul
lnna btite Lottery Tickets Issued under tho
btnte Charier, aro recognised by tho highest
Courts, aro lnarlably slgnod by M. A. uau
riiiM, President Endorsed by Oonorats Hkau
iieoaiiu and Eeuly, Huncrvlsors of tho Draw
ings, and guaranteed by National Hanks of
New Orleans, as to tho payment of Its Prizes.
No-,E OTIIEIIS AIIE OCNVINE.
All so called "Supplements, ' "Original Lit
tle Louisiana" or other Imitations with un
lawful use of tho Louisiana State Lottery
Comrany's name, by porsous unknown, under
assumed or fictitious names, aro attempts to
deceive tho publlo by falsa pretonies, offer
ing no guaranteo whatsoever,
IlKMKMnKH THAT ONE D'OLLAlt Is the
Prleo ot tbo smallest part or fraction of a
licnei issued in nny uruwing. Auvmnuj in
our name offered at a Ions price la either a
CALIFORNIA
INGLENOOK VINEYARD,
Napa County, California.
The Innlenook Wines ate offered to the public In OLA83 ONLY, being bottled at the Vineyard n Catifornti;
protected by its trade-mark, and the Pure Wine Stamp of the State, which guarantees the absolute purity of tt l
wines; every bottle Is WIRED, bearing the Seal of the proprietor of tho vineyard.
Thit picture ripretcnlt tht Vault
H,
SN
tSB
(REGISTERED
Minpminrn
Are Superior to Any in the
Market.
1. Because they nrc mndo from tho highest type? of European gtapes tram
pi tinted to tho most fruitful valley In California.
2. Because of tho ninny varieties ench Is from tho bosl.known, grapo for
Hint particular wine nnd consequently they aro uniform In character from ycir
to yeari n very important fact with druggists and consumers.
!j. Because they arc made In tho most careful manner and by the most Ap
proved methods.
4. Because they aio full sticngth, piuc juice ivlucs, produced from tlin
rrapo by iiatuial pioccsscsonly. Tlicy arc entire no water, no arllllclal color
Ing matter, no sugnr, no crude alcohol.
C. Because they aro never offeicd to the public until they iuo untiiio and fit
for holtllng.
0. Because fiom the best vlncynid In California, prtiduclng 500,1)00 gallons
yearly. Only tho oldest nnd finest wines como to this mailtct, 'nnd every bottlo
sold cnnlcs on Its label tho nnmu of tlio vlncynid.
7. Because wc hnvo ample vaults In this city, twenty feet under giouud,
wheio tlio wines aio stored until bottled for use, experience having proven tint
tlic cnic nnd handling of wines i-ns Impoitnut ns tho making.
8. Because wo have no li responsible agents, nnd hold ourselves icsponslblo
for tho quality nnd pcifect condition of every bottlo sold.
0. Because wo can ship our vino to any Stnto cast of tho Mississippi liver,
In lots of four or more enses, u 1th safety to the purchaser nud for less money
linn n like wine can be puiehascd cHcwheic.
10. Because we nrojiero on n pcunanent bash, nud will refund imichasu
tnonoy on nny wino which piovcs unsnllsfnctoiy.
11. Because wo carry largo stock nnd can duplicate- oulcis to nny evtcnt,
12. Btcauso Mr. II, AV. Crnbb, tho owner of the To-Kalon vineyard, after an
exhaustive study ot European vlncynids nnd all tho Inti lento processes of wlno
making, lias given twenty yenis of his life to tho grc.it Industry of American
wine production, nnd now deservedly stands nt tho head with n lopulntlnn too
valuable to Jeopardize.
1U. Bccauso the nvcrngo Aincilcnn wines nro ft out Inferior grapes oftun
cniclessly made, often doctored to crcato nn nrtlllclnl llavor, nud put on tho mar
ket too young, after nnenfoiccd clnilltcnllon.
14. Becauso nlno-tenths of tlio so called imported tolnei aio sptulous, or ex
tended with water nnd poor nleohol, flavored nnd coloicd to "suit tho market."
DRUGGISTS SHOULD BUY FROM US.
15. Because ndultcintlon nnd fnlslflcnllon of wines nndbrnndles U tho rule
nnd not tho exception; while we guarantee our goods to bo entirely froo fi out
any foreign substances find invito tho closest analysts.
The public generally should 'buy To-Kalon Winea, as ws have put a
large capital Into the business, have an Immense stock always on hand, and
ate here to do a legitimate business for a legitimate profit)
AL'&m'yW IU JHATTRUflK CAME FTOH KltEESSrsllp
buy -5tott:r. TPixjnsrKzs
4ss avriiWTir-axitvi3i' Ntmxuwmx, ifvxx xo ooD.Fur.non'H' iht,t,
OB1 THE
of the Ingltnook Vineyard in California,
1417 New
I) 1122 Connecticut Ave.,
Only Agent for the District of Columbia.
TRADE MARK.)
-AT-
WIN
viliere the Wince are bottled.
York Avenue,
IDWAHD P. DIIOOP,
li PS Penna. Avenue,
Calls attention to bis largo stock ofSTHIX
WAY, Chase Jk Clablor, Whcelock, Brlggs,
Helming an other Pianos. Tho wonderful
self playing ittollan and Cabinet Organs,
bold on installments, oxchangod, rented, re
paired, tuned, moved and stoied. Viollus,
itnnlnt nnd (liiltnrs. stilnrrs a sneclaltr.
Sheet Muslo and Musical Merchandlso at tho
old stand, 8-!3 Penna. avo.
Grand, Upright and Squara
PIANOFORTES.
Bjicel I attention of purchasers Is lavltod to
our
'NEW AUTISTIC STYLES."
finished In designs of
"HIGHEST UECOHATIVK AltT."
PIANOS POIt KENT.
Second hand rianos at AH Prlcei.
Wm. Knabb & Co.,
817 Maiket Space.
usk CKitEs, ;a
BlINNKOLA, :
GILT liOUIC or I
GOItUtSUILIa
FLOUE
And you will always li.ivo beautiful Ilroa.l,
Rolls and Illscults. Wholeaale Depot, cor
ner First sticct and Indiana nveuue,
WM. M. QAIT 4 CO.
BEOTWOITE k SONS, 462 Maine AtoC
Quality, tho Best.
Prices, t!i8L07st,
QDlckWort,
ALL THE
LATEST STrXSS
la Entrance Steps,
Tark Itallings a Specialty.
AnCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
I presetted sna rullyan.
done Illx O as tb. onU
sperlAe tor lue certain cur.
ot this disease. .
O.U.dUAItAlt.Jt R.
Amsterdam, N. V.
W. bsve sold Hlr O tot
many ye.rs. and It lias)
Riveo mo uvst wi ..-
UUICBKU. II.
SI.OO. Sold by Druggist
Theao tiny Oipsulei arrest lu""-" J
sri uour. wiiuoui. uicouvt-u.
lorjee, thov. srrevttona In which'
OoiuIbs.C'ubclis snil lujei'tloin1
(MM)
rail.
A POSITIVE CUIIE FOR
LOST or Falling MAN-
,,.-.-. II V.I. ,. .. a n a a
Ui.lrnndu t( HiiilT ntld Milld. I.aok Of
J.IIIUJl', ., ... 1 . ,a I, U 9B,
btrength. Vigor nud Doolopment, oauicJ hy
Enors, Kxcossos, Ac. Mode of helf treat
ment and Pioofsmnllvd(noalcd) free. Addiess
JtUluAIKl'll'Aiii.u , uuri'AiA,n, i.
r.MICMESTCn'S ENGLISH
HNNYROYAiniS
sso ccoss sulzj;tu uuaiiy,
Tb j erlB-onl, onlf tMuInt
inj nioai rt-uaoi put 1 r im.
Kurt, tusvidr ibl rilrtil'iat
ljkJIdJAkLrjrl'JiiiAsUftr't
InefiUk Ulbmond ilruu J,
In Mil lu-Maliia Loin. Mlatil
tktrh hlai Htitaon tvni-1 si n I
nnothor. AtUmcnM. AltfillU
pm'dxwf J bote wlm ia wrpyjtiv
tluitraiucouHtcrfilt
UxiX-lo (ttitip tit MrU-Tolf Ml
lfllr r ldlA" Cm lttr. br
juHHjrm.uli HUPCC41. NAME PAPhl?
CliUUctttor Chemical C'oMftJlionhi4,.l'blU.,i,x
DRUNKENNESS
0U1I1E LlOUUlt HAlm HMIKt'UUMi I1T
AUlll'llhTKItl.lU Dll. HAINt-S' 110 h.
I11..1 M'KIHI'.
Can be given In a cup of coffeoor tei with
out tho knowledge of tho ponton taking It It
Is absolutely huunlcss, and will eflcct a per
rcaucnt nud speedy cure, whollier the patient
Is a moderate drlnkct or an nlcobollo wreck.
It has boon given Iu thousands ot ca-tos, auJt
In ovcry Insinneo a perfect euro has followed,
IT NEVEU PA1US, Tho system ouco Imiirerf
nated with tho HpoclBc, It becomes ail utter
Impossibility for tho liquor appotltotooxut
Por sale by B. P. WAUIt.undor the libblU
Housoi it. K IIKLPIIUNSTlrta, Uttl tt anl
YpfrUUt ire., Washington.
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