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TITT3 "WASHINGTON rilTTTO, MONDAY EVENING .TUNE 3, 1889.
How In This for n Sncrlllco?
Bulls thuMvero $S,8.G0 J3uudI0, ,
Now $7. n.
I Bulls tlml were $15, $lMO,$H.60nml 815,
Now t 'j.to.
Hulls that were $10, $10.60, $t,I8.Wnnd
fjn, Now $11.85.
bulls that were $3.50, VO and JJ7.W, .
Ememam llro Tthnnd E,
ManufnctuiliiB Clothiers and Tailor?.
l.iomMMi 11od, Electric Dolls. J, II,
lliiiltloti'it Installment House.
This reliable nnd lung established Install
mcnl House, nt ftm nnd KH 7th st. n. w., It In
lull supply nt ltofrlKcrntors, Ico Chests, Daby
I iirrlnncs. Carpets. Hirnlturc, Mnttlnm, etc ,
lit cash pilioson the Installment plan.
JIimo Sclllmt Willi Insiirnnro Coin
Our Ilnlllmorohoujond vises us Hint they nre
busy manufacturing nil tlio (rood ilamnffed
by smoke nnd wntir. consequently vru uro
lmvlnc n Ricnt mnrk down snfo to mnkii room
for new suods. Ki man Ilitm., 7th nnd 13,
maniifuciiirhiR elothlers and tailors.
tVlncs nml Cliiroln, Clarets unit Wine.
The put rt nnd tmt healthy drink nt this
lU'on I Xunder's Wines and Clarets, which
iinlnlii more Iron tlmn imy otlicr on tlio
l.titirMMi ltnn repaired. ,1.11 Ktrnsn,
Ultra, men. w.
IlniiRlitini t'lt.'a Cut I'lRiirni,
Sin iilceo parlor suite, SIIUO.
Thrco pleio nnk bed room siilto. ?I"."jO.
i:ialit pli'iodlnlnz-ruom suite, SiV to.
bin room, ompleto with rujrs ami furnlturo
torn col I use, $'... Cim It ho done? !-oo
V. II, IIouoiiton A Co.,
1318 and 1W0 1' st. n. w.
In tnirliillorliie ileiuirtincnt keeps right on
in In likly Hint nny tlmo this icaon. Wli)?
Ilrinuso tho-o vlio lslt Hint department
lu'ocnlrothu truo bargains, especially our
Milts to older at i'M nnd pant to onlerSI.
His, man Duos., Tth mid U, tailoring depart
ment. Itiulilen'ii Nprinc unit Hiimiuor (IckmIi.
This popular lii'tallmint establishment, nt
Ml nnd KB Seventh street n.w.. Is receiving Its
lull supply of spring and summer goods, viz,:
All sires and qualities of refrigerators, doslr
iihlo bed loom sets lu solid nnk, nfsonow
inalllngi, huliy eanlngo. rarpi-t. etc. lMr
ties ili'slilint to furnish their lumos canllnd
nnyllitng they might want In Ituddon's on a
rush basis with easy weekly or monthly pay
ments to suit the purchaser,
1.1CHI1MM1 Nods nml Speaking Tubes. .1. II.
It Is tlio Hot.
Ask fur It. Hchlltz's Mltwaukeo Lager
Uccr. Vor sale br all leading houses.
Tur Washington Drosscd Jloof
ro to John R. Kelly, stalls CM. C."l and 0.10 Con
t ro Jlnrki't, and SUO and M03 Northern Liberty.
Corned beef u specialty.
Tlio First Train tn tlio West.
The H. &, O. Hallway comrmnv
Marled a special from Camden Station,
llnltlmorc. yesterday morning, having
Vlcc-1'rcMilcnt King, General Manager
Odcll, Gcnuml Superintendent Charles
Heldeilaud nnd the llaUlmore American
cuni's.iondeut on bomil. Tho flrut
btcftk mis reached about 10 o'clock; It
vni cast of Gorsuch, thirty miles ftom
linltlmorv. Tlio rush of water had
carried the track nwny. The" big wash
out cast of Sykesvlllo was repaired by
the time the special reached there nnd
vent on without delay. Tho further
vest (he Iruln proceeded tho greater
giew (he extent of the gain of the river
on the land, until Frederick Junction
was leached, wheto the valley looked
like one :iit lnku of mud and water,
llcnchlng 1'olnt of itock?, tho train ran
ngnlnst the barrier of water, which du
lnjcd the special bevcral hours, lly
dusk, however, the water had fallen so.
-. much that thu tracks of tho Mcttopoll
Inn liranch were cleared, nnd tho main
blein well out of water.
The Metropolitan lhnuch was opened
hut night, und tho through trains be
Iwccnr'icdcrlck and Washington will
bo nit) to-day on schedule tlmo. Tho
only obstacle on the toad now is tho
I lolled Approaches to Harper's Kerry
bridge, .Beyond Harper's Ferry tho
damages will bo rcpulied by the tlmo
the ttestles me blicngthcned.
At Lauiel, I'llnec Ueorgo s County,
IMd., near the line of tho Ualtlmoro nnd
Ohio liullroad's Washington liranch,
the I'aluxcnt lllver rosu hlglicr than It
bus since 1805. No lives were reported
lost, but tho damage to property Is
cMlmulcd as high as $30,000. "Two
bridges were destroyed, ono at each
side of tho town. The bridge at tho
culvcit on the old Washington pike was
II ltd off lis foundation, but not ennlcd
nway. Tho other bridge, called tho
upper bridge, a wooden blructurc, was
washed away by tho Hood. Hoth
bridges atu ocr tho Patuxcnt lllvcr.
The lute bank, hand gates nnd dam
of the Luutel Cotton Mills, David Car
toll, ptcsidcnl, wete damnged to some
extent. About half n mllo of the elee
!lc inilioad track nt I.nmel, med for
(Wticrimcnl, was washed seveiely. The
ifiiu(;v uu uiu ii uiuiugtuii piuu l
tibunllr spoken of as Iho one Gcncial
Wuthington ciosscd when traveling lo
llio Dulling!! nt rrodorlckAliurff.
The estimated damage In tho county
of l'ollhylvanln and the city of Fred
ciicksburg nnd vicinity exceeds tlvo
millions, Tho city is entirely cut olT
liom Lommunlcntion with the country
by who or by mil. The gas and electric
light plant aie damaged, leaving thu
tlly In utter darkness. On account of
the bicaklng of the extension dam
itknrc the city, which supplies Iho
pewet for tunning tho extcnslvo Hour
. mills nnd othci manufactures, as welt
us Miiiplics tho city v Ith drinking water,
the llayor has notllled tho people to uso
Huiringly of the water and prohibited
lis use for power of any description.
The water ninlns arc in somo places so
htrlously damaged that a water famine
is now apprehended, following tho dam
iige done by tho Hood a few days
llonunl University Alumni.
At the annual meeting of tho Howard
University Alumul Association, held
Hnlmday evening, tho following oflleers
weic elected fortheensuingycar: Presi
dent, Jesbc I.awbon; first vico-prcMdent,
Joseph W. Mollis; bccoud vica-prcsi
dint, ,T Ij. Usher; sccretaty, S. 1).
Fowler; tieasiner, Itlchard 'T. Moss,
A. Jl , class of "10. 1'iofcssor James
M. Giegoiy, class of '72, wos appointed
ihiilrmnu of the executive committee,
nnd l'iofesor Georgo William Cook,
dabs of '81, was elected as tilcnnial
malar for 180'J, witli Isalnli Hat ton, A
ft,, class of '80, us alternate,
llroku tlio Other'a Ileml.
J H. lliown. a colored man. stnick
Heiuy Motcn' In tho head with a club
yc-teidiiy nfteinoon In Houth Washing
. ton, beilously fructurlng his skull.
Jlinwn was locked nil nnd tho Injured
radii win icinovcu to I'rovidcnco
Direct Jtontcs ofTruiol.
Tlio Ualtluioru and Olio It. It. Is tht
bhortist and most direct routo from Wash
Ingtou to all points West. Tim (llllorcuco
In ilifitunco us cempaicd with other rail
I omU Is as follows; To l'Jttsburg, Ti miles;
In Cimlnnutl, 11) I miles; to Chicago, 3!)
mill's; to tit I.ouIh, 101 miles. Through
coiicliis ami Pullman's Drawing Kouui
Hlcepors run dally via 11. A UL It, it, from
Uasliliiglou to all points named, ami tho
A Kind Husband.
Mm. Knwler Does your husband ever
londrnruml lo hold tho babyf
Mih, tilnyatliomo Oh, yes! Krory
tVciluiMljy und Saturday evening, whlfo
I tun tho uwii-inowcr, Lawrcnco Amcr
A Uan. '
VmliliiKlon Knte Deposit Co., 010 Vn,
s 4u', Blw ago Department all above ground.
Lnmonl Oncrn Company lu "Amo
litn" nt Albnugh's to-night. Tho
phonogrnpli ns n lecturer will bo Iho
novel feature nt Iho Jlnttlo of Hull
Hun Cycloramn to day f.wn 0 n. m lo
10 p. in., and evciy day hereafter.
This Is nn entirely new idea In this
part of tho world, and It will lend nn
additional Interest lo nn alicady very
Interesting rxhlblllon. Tho phono
graph is yet in its Infancy; it is Just bo
ginning to leant to talk, so to sneak,
and those who bear It now will always
linvc n pleasant memory of Its first
cffoits. AdtnNslon twenty-flve cents.
The champion fifty-hour hccl-nnd-toc
walking match Is now In progress
nt Kernnns Theatre. Tho summer
gaidcu adjoining Is also open every
night with regular matinees, Admls
slon twenty the ecnls.
The llnlllo of Hull Ituti Cyclorami
was "In tho foup" yesterday, with
eighteen Inches of Hood In tho build
lug. A few persons camo Into Manager
Thompson's nllleo to hear tho phono
graph, but further than that the exhibi
tion did not extend.
Tlio I'rrslitunt' Dny.
The President did not attend ehitich
ycstcidtiy, bul spent tlio day in viewing
the fiesliet fiom the llbrnry window.
In thu afternoon he tookndilve about
the city. Mrs, Hnrilson, accompanied
by l)r Siotl, attended tho morning
Kcrvlcc. There was no sermon, the
tlmo being given up to the celebration
of the I.otd's Supper, the administration
or the ordinance of baptism nnd tho nd
mission of candidates for membership.
Ycateulny was children's day nt All
Souls' Church, Interesting oxcrclscs being
held by tho children. Addresses w cro inado
by amends Carroll I). Wright nnd V.. II,
linker nnd Mr. llcrnaril It. (Irecn.
Ten -Per Gent. Discount !
Previous to Enlarging his Business
and Making Extensive Improve
ments, will allow
TEN PER CENT.
On all sales for Thirty Days, com.
menclng MAY 31 and end
ing JUNE 29.
t-THIS IS A lUItE OPrOItTUNITY TO
PURCHASE ALL KINDS OF DItY GOODS Or
THE I1KST CLASS AT 10 PEK CENT, LESS
6'iTALL GOODS MARKED IN l'LAIN
Penn. Ave., corner 9th St
m. R. Biley,
Corner Ninth and E Streets N. W.,
Is closlne ont all kinds ot
DRV -rO OODS
At Verr Reduced Rates.
BnrcM'is Family Tea,
At 50c. a I'ouutl.
This Is tho staton
Us peculiar jiroiertf
of innkloe Iho Ix-'it
In thli rupect
)-oit will flnil
It I ooo
bold only lu H lb, ucka;e4
1325 F.St. N. W.
John ltnti, M'K'r. John Staiitzhan, Treas,
Patapsco Oil & Grease Go.,
110 S. CALVERT ST,, BALTIMORE, HD.
LUBRICATrNG OILS & GREASE
WHKN THf OKAfNCt ! CAUtKO Bt
BCAnLET FEVER, COLDS,
MEASLES, CATARRH, 4c,
tthi uxor THimmiui
tilth U lb Mma lo the etn ti
hum fti-A tii th ct a, anil mil
b worn inontbi uithout romo? it
1I.A. WALKH.rt4fmt, Cobu,
Inlbilet AcucIm ot mdi rotr paw ou recciiit or 1 ao.br
Lrmium tlmrrlli; U IV Urv4wr H w k.
IJJX M3NV lcJS
Tr -trtLFA V K
Tn", icnH. m
-" u shc m sh
GI'Kii:picimc. ML AMJM GUlHt hoX
- NILI sbV sH lm
For leak Stomacli Impaired Digestion Disorflerefl Liver.
SOLD BY AIX DRUGGISTS.
PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX.
Prepared only by THOS. BEECUAM, St. Helens, Lancashire, England.
JB, F. ALLEN & CO., Sole Agents
For United States, 365 & 367 Canal St., New York,
Who (If your druggist docs not keep tltcm) will mail Bcccham's
Pills on receipt of price but inquire first. (Flcase mention this paper.)
AUGUST W. NOACK, resident.
The Shoomaker Company,
(Successors to Shoomaker ',& nertzoA,
IMrOllTKllS AND JODDERS OF
FINE WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, &C
NOS. 1331 AND 1333 E STREET NORTHWEST,
Tclerbono Call, 017. WASniNQTON, D,0
All Goods Sold at New York Prices.
Assorted Casos ot o to dozen Winos, Liquors and CordlAls at dozon prloos.
Gas Stoves' for Cooking!
Oas Rollers at S1.1S and 11.50 (or Instantly making Tea or Co loo.
For lareoland small famines. Just tho store
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Teax-tla. S"b3?etJ 3ST. "W"
Easy Weekly or Monthly Payments Taken.
LOOK AT OUR PRICE LIST :
Bedroom Sets In Poplar from $15 up.
Bedroom Sets In Oak and Cherry from $33.
Bedroom Bets In Walnut from $10.
rarlor Suites in na!r Cloth or Plush from $35,
N. B. ALL CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE OF CHARGE. Our
terms are easier and our prices 2 per cent, lower than any other Credit
House. The Cheapest House in the City for cash.
15c. a Pound
35c. a Pound.
BEST IN8EGT POWDER
Iii Pound, Hnlf-iound nnd Quarter
At 75c, 40c. and 25c.
We Tar Paper,
Carbonized Paper and Tar Paper
IN L.UUIE SIII1GTS.
W. S. THOMPSON,
793 Fifteenth Street.
Till: KCKINOTON AKD SOLDir.nS' HOME
Ilns nmplcted tho extension of Its lino by
hlH'ONIl AND V STKKCTS NOIIT1IEA8T
To (ilenwouil Cemetery,
And vslll enmmence running through cars
from 7th stiect nnd KcwYorknui,
Y. try other car running through, Doublo
iluckers w 111 run to-day.
. In our Suits at $20.50 are now and
stylish Woolens, of bettcrnuallty, bet
ter lilminlngs nnd better tailor work
tlmn can bo had olsewhore for tho
money. Correct stylo and period tit
mo guaranteed to nil.
14:10 JST. "ST. Ave.
M. P. SELTZ, .
Tallox cind Zim.3?ox,toir,
rja'i v STJlliET.
My now Importations are now fully oponcd
and complete. Thoy comprise nil tho latest
noultlcs tn English and Vionoh Goods for
gentlemen's wear. An early Inspection, Is ro
M. I SELTZ.
For n f nil lino of aontlemcn's Worsteds,
Coating Milton, Trousers, Scotch and Eng
lish Cheviots, Cloths nnd Doosklns; also full
lino of Tailors' Trmmlngs, Call on
:f ec, qujst,
020 l. Street Northwest.
m . -m. a " n
A ssV .J V lssl S a. EV H
TRANCIS GARLICHS. 8ocrot!U7.
for Bummer uso, as yon extinguish h3 (Ira
Ingrain Carpets from 23o. np.
Ultra Super Ingrains from SOo.; 3-plr, 11.03.
Brussels Carpet from TS0.
939 Penna. Ave.
Ladles' Southern Tlci, Oxfords, Ncwports
nnd Knhnnts, In 1'ronth (ld, Glnzo Dougola,
Itussctt Clont, Oozo Calf nnd Suede. All of
tho best material and workmanship, In latest
stlcs nnd colors.
Complcto stock, Including Tan Goat, In
high nnd low cut; also ory stylish Canvas
Shoes for house wear,
Our Men's Shoes
Tvke In nil the leading styles and colors.
Tan nnd Uuet Clont, high nnd low cut.
Genulno Seal Oxfords, tho handsomest light
colored shoo worn.
Our stock of Calf, Kungaroo nnd Tatcnt
Leather, high nnd low out, is complete.
Wo do not Intend to carry u largo stock
through tho hot months of summer, sohaio
mado our prices such as to ino o them oirly
GREAT FALLS ICE CO,
No. 924 Peuusylvauia Ave.
Wholcsalo nnd Itetall Dealers In
Kennebec River Ice
WAGONS OO TO ALL I'AHTS OP TUT. CITY
AND MOUNT TLDASANT.
Lookout for White Wapns.
CHARLES A, MUDDIMAN,
rtTo. iaoa it stijoot,
(8 doors from IStli st,)
. ALL SIZES OAS 8TOVES. HOT NOW,
tllMHANTEED TO HAKE. &B.,
oas nxTunEs for new houses,
PEEKLEtt BYEt &Sft
As announced last Satur
day we have begun a thirty
day sale of all goods of
which we have too many.
We also include in this sale
all lots oi goods that must
be sold during June, as we
carry no goods over from
one season to another. Bar
gains extraordinary will be
SURPLUS STOCK SALE OF BLACK SILK
AND BEADED SHORT WRAPS
AT GREATLY REDUCED
Every single garment of
this stock must be sold be
fore July i. Every garment
has been reduced yes,
greatly rcduced,and should
you not have use for one
this summer, it will pay you
to buy lor next spring.
While we relrain from quot
ing the former prices on ac
count of the abuse of the
practice by others, we think
it best in this case to simply
state that some of them are
marked at less than half
what they were.
9 Ladles' Myllsh Jet 1'elcrlncs, sizes SO and
Itcduccd to SH
B Ladles I'lno Illaclc 1'nlllo I'rnncnlo Sine
Short Wrap, with strongly Jotted alcoves,
sizes SI, 31, SO, 38 and 40. very choice
Itcduccd to $7
1 LndIos' Illnck 1'alllo Francalso Silk Short
Wrap, with "Empire" sash ends trimmed
with real cut Jet. blzoSU.
Itcduccd to $13.60
1 Ladles' Illnck Armuro Silk Short Wrap,
with stylish "shower frlngo" sleeves, trimmed
with cut jot. Slzo 80.
Itcduccd to $15
S Ladles' Dlack 1'nlllo Francnlso 811k Short
Wraps, heavily trimmed with real out jet.
Iteduccd to $n
S Ladles' fnrls Mournlnc Short Wraps,
tilmmcd with dull Jet. Sizes 80 nnd 10. Very
Itcduccd to $10
!! Ladles' l'arls Mourning rcrcllncs, elab
orately trimmed Willi dull jot. Sizes 31 and
88. An olegant wrap.
Itcduccd to $13
8 Ladles' l'lno Dlack Silk "l'arls" Short
Wraps, richly trimmed with rcnl out Jots nnd
puro silk laco, Myllsh shape Sizes 31, 30
Itcduccd to $20
4 Ladles' Handsome "Paris" Short Wraps,
being hand-made from the stylish "ring
work" lirald. IJcautlful, and. docldodly
stylish. Dlack, Tan nnd Uray. Sizes 31, 3(1,
an nnd 40.
ltcduccil to $12.50
a ladles' flnost quality of Dlack "ltlng
work" Paris Short Wraps, blzos 3,, 31 and 30.
Itcduccd to SIS
1 ladlPH' Illnck Hlellllnn Silk KhmtWrnn.
trimmed with gimp nnd lace: alcoves of
hand-tied silk cord. Slzo 80.
Deduced tn $14
I ladles' lllack Armuro Silk Short Wrap,
trimmed with lino crocheted gimp; sleeves of
hnnd-tlcd cord silk. Slzo 38.
itcduccd to $18
1 ladlos' olegant Dlack Short Wrap of reau
do Solo hllk, open capo sloovcs, trlramod with
lino hand-mado Jotted frlngo. Slzo 84.
Iteduccd to i. tn. i $2.1
As wo havo hut ouo of somo linns you have
tho opportunity to secure n great bargain und
nn exclusive stylo.
WOODWARD & LOTIUlOl',
Cor. 11th nnd PSts.N. W.
OVEn TWO BULLIONS DISTRIUUTED.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO.
Incoporatod by tho Ixglslaturo for educa
tional and charitable purposes, nnd Its fran
chise mado n part of tho present State Con
stitution, In 18,"!), by an uyluwueluino roro-
Its GltAND EXTDAODDINAUY DRAW
INGS tako placo Scml-Annually (.Tuno nnd
December), nnd Its GltAND 8INOL11 NUM
DKIt DIIAW1NG8 tako plnoo In each of tho
other ten months In tho year, nnd are all
drawn In public, at tho Academy of Minlo,
New Orleans, La,
"Wo do hereby certify that wo supervlso
tho arrangements fur all the Monthly and
Scmi-Annual Drawings of Tho Louisiana
State lottery Co., and In person manago nnd
eoulroltho Drawings themiolves, nnd that
tho samo aro conducted with honesty, fair
ness nnd In good fnlth toward all parties, and
no nulhoilo tho Company tn uso this certifi
cate, with fao similes of our signatures, at
tached In Us advertisements."
G. T. Beauregard,
J. A. Early,
Wo the undersigned Hanks nnd Hankers
will ray all Frizes drawn In tho Louisiana
State Lotteries, which way bo presented at
It. M. WAIJISLEI, Trcst. Ln. Nat. Dank
I. LASAUX, Frost. Stato Nat. Dank.
A. 1IALDII IX, Frest. N. O. Nat. Dank.
CAW. K0U.1, rrost. Union Nat. Dank.
snarr-.iyxiTAT, nn.i wjsu
Will tako placo at tho Academy of Musle,
New Orlcnns, TUESDAY, Juno 8, 1830.
GAP1TAL PRIZE $600,000
100,000 Tlokots at $40; Halves, $; Quarters,
$10; Eighths, $3: Twentieth, $.';
LIST Of PHIZES:
1PI1IZE 01' $000,000 Is
ll'IIIZE OK SOO.COOH
1 1'HIZK 01.
a phizes op
10 PHIZES Or'
S3 PHIZES or
100 PHIZES OP
sx phizes or
D00 PHIZES OP
10,000 aro , 50,000
o,uu aro , do,uuo
KOOuiO , 80,000
coo uro lao.ooo
400 me 900,000
100 Prizes of $1,000 are $100,000
1001'rUcsof BOO nio K0,ooo
1C0 Prizes of 400 mo 40,000
000 Prizes of SJ00 aro $101,900
100 Pilzes of SOOiue 100.HOO
0,141 inizes amounting to $2,1M),(1U0
AGENTS WANTED EVErtYWlIEIIE.
Hfl'qn Cr.co DATrs, or nny further Infor-
iiiauuii uusireu, wniu jegiuiy n, mo Hiuier
signed, clonrly 'stating your residence, with
State, County, Strcot and Number. Jloro
rapid return mall delivery will bo assured by
your enclosing nu Envolopo bearing your full
All ordinary Letters containing Fostnl
Notes, Money Orders Issued by ullExpion
Companies or Now York Exehango,
M. A. DAUPHIN,
Now Orleans, La.
Address ItogUtercd letters containing Cur
New Orleans National Dank,
New Orleans, Ln,
ItEMUMJlKR That tho only genulno LnuU
lann Slate Lottery Tickets Issued undej tho
Stato Chai lir, nroreeognlzod by thohlghost
Courts, nrolnarlably signed by M.A. IIau
iuik, Piesldent. Endorsed by Generals Deau
liioAim and ErnLT, supervisors of tho Draw
ings, nnd guaranteed by National Hanks of
New Orleans, ns to tho pnymont of Its Frizes.
Nose otiieiis auk Gemuim..
All so called "Supplements, ' "Original Lit
tle Louisiana" or other Imitations with un
lawful uso of the Louisiana Stato Lottery
Coinpany'n name, by poisons unknown, under
assumed or llctltlous nnmos, aro attempts to
deceive tho publla by false pictousos, offer
ing no guaruuteo whatsoever.
JIEMEMDER THAT ONE DOLLAR is tho
Price ot the smallest part or f ruction ot a
ticket Issued In any drawing. Anything la
our name offorod at a less price u either a
counterfeit or a swindle,
INGLENOOK VINEYARD, '
Napa County, California.
The Inglenook Wines are offered to the public In GLASS ONLY, being bottled at the Vineyard n California!
protected by Ita trade-mark, and the Pure Wlno 8tamp of the State, which Guarantees the absolute purity of tU
wines; every bottle Is WIRED, bearing the Seal of the proprietor of the vineyard.
M & ! tlK i? z" iwK2L'SB98sisssssssssssvSRKM xV H 1BHBswDiiBBSVssBnsflsViisBQkivifiQHi 1
TM picture represent) the Vault)
U MAPD linCP 1417 New York Avenue,
ill IVIAbriUUtrii 1122 Connecticut Ave.,
Only Agent for the District of Columbia.
J . m wr M mm sB 1 .Vi
Are Superior to Any in the
1. Because Ihoy mo inado fiom tlio
planted to the most fruitful vnllcy In Calif ornln.
2. Because of thn many varieties each Is from tho bosl-ktiown grape for
iliat particular wlno anil consequently thoy nro uniform In character fiom yc.ir
lo yenr; a vciy linpqitnnt fact with druggists and consumers.
3. Because they. ate mndc ln tho most careful manner and by tho most ap
A. Because they ate full strength, puic julco wines, produced from tho
grape by natural processes only. Thoy nio entire no water, no nrtlilclul color;
log nialler, no sugar, no crude alcohol. ,
ti. Because they arc never ofloicd to tho public until thoy ate mattuo and 111
C. BccaUBO from thu best vineyard in California, pioduclng 500,000 gallons
yearly. Only the oldest nnd finest wines como lo this market, nnd every boltlo
sold cnrilcs on Us label the nnmu of thu vinoyurd.
7. Because wo have amnio "vaults lu this city, twenty feet under gioitnd,
vhcic lliujylncs nro sloicd until bottled for uso, epcrlenco having provcuth.it
tlio ctuc and handling of wines Is ns Important ns tho making.
fcj. Because wo have no Irresponsible agents, and hold ourselves Responsible
for the o,unlily and perfect condition of evciy boltlo sold.
0, Because wc can ship our wine to nny Statu cast of thu Mississippi river,
In lots of four or more cases, with safety to tho put chaser and for less money
llinn n like wine can bo putchased rlscwlicic.
10. Because wo ate heiu on a permanent basis, and will refund purchase
money on nny w Ino which ptoves unsatisfactory.
11. Because wo carry a large stock and ean duplicate oitleis lo any extent.
12. Because Mr. II. W. Crabb, tho owner of tho To-Knlon vineyard, after an
exhaustive study ot European vlncyaids nnd nil tho lutilcato processes of wine
making, hns given twenty years of his llfo lo tho great Industry of American
wlno piodtictlnn, nnd now deservedly stands nt tho head wllh a reputation too
valuable to jcopaidlze.
111. Because tho average Amcilcnu wines nro fiom Infoi lor grapos often
cnielessly made, often doctored to create nn artificial llayor, nnd put on (ho mar
ket too young, ufter an enforced clarification.
14. Because nlnc-tcnths of the so-called imported telnet ato spuilotis, or ex
tended wllh water nnd poor alcohol, Unvoted and coloicd to "suit tho market."
DRUGGISTS SHOULD BUY FROM US.
15. Becauso ndultcintlon and falsification of wines and brandies is tho rulo
nnd not tho exception; while we guarnntco our goods to bo entirely free fiom
nny forilgn substances and Invito tho closest analysis.
The public Generally should buy To-Kalon Wines, as we have putji
large capital Into the business, have an Immense stock always on hand, and
are here to do a legitimate business for a legitimate profit,
BTJHST HTCDTJ'JEl TIRXHSTICS
4i!3 HEVimrll HTXEBX XOllTUWUST, KEXV TO Okm-ettnitQWai UJ.CT,
of the Inglenook Vineyard in California,
highest type of European grapes trans
tcliere the lYines are bottled.
IJIDWARD F. DUOOl',
U OMI'tMNA. AVENL-B,
Calls attention to his largo stock ofSTEtJf
WAY, Cbaeo & Gablcr, Whccloolc, Drlari,
Dchnlngan other 1'lnnoi. The wonderful
self iilaytnir .iRollan nnd Cahlnct Orsans.
Sold on installments, exchanged, rented, re
paired, timed, moved nnd stored. Vlollai,
Dinjos and (Jultars. strlnsi 11 specialty.
bhcctMuslo nnd Musical Merchandise at tho
old stand, fas l'cnna. avd.
Grand, Upright and Square
Srecl 1 attention ot purchasers Is Invited tn
"NEW" ARTISTIC STYLES,"
Finished In dosluns of .
"IIIOI1K3T DECOllATIVB AUT.'1
PIANOS FOR HKNT.
Second-hand Flanos at All Trlcos.
m. Knabb & Co.,
817 Market Space.
OILT KOOI! or
And you Villi nhvaj-3 havo beautiful Ilrend,
ltollsnnrt Dlicults. Wholesale Depot, cor
ner I'lietstteet nnd Indiana avenue.
WM, M. OALT ft CO.
QEO. WHITE & S0NS.462 Maine A?8. S.VT.
Quality, tho Best.
Prices, the Lowest,
In Entrance Steps,
Vark Railings a Specialty,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
I present) a rally en
dorse Ulc n ss llis only
peclAc for llis ctrltlacut
01 (his disease. ...
Amsterdam, N. V.
We hvs sold Blr O tos
I.O0. Bold tiy Drutlit
TheiA (Inv flflnMiilas arrest In
4M hours wllhout ln-onronul,Vj
lence, tuoas aneciinniin ttiiicu mi mi,
Oopalhi.Oubehs and InJsctlonsV"''
IfTl.T nilTT V a vo&itivk curb for
IV) HtM NN I V u)iiV or rulUiiB MAN
lUJjll UllljlillOOD, Norvouanoss,
Weakness of Dody and Mind, Lack of
StrenRth. Viror and Devolopmcnt, raiued by
Krrors, lJxcesscs, 4o. Mode of Melf'troak
meiit and l'roots mailed (scalodl free, Addroia
EIUE MEDICAL CO., UUl'FAI.O, N. Y,
BED C2033 DlillOlTD D1UUD,
Tin H issftl. ur t mi nut
una aunt rviUll piti tm !.
Nan snfaj on cnwiusi '
la mJI rurlallla Loir, ttiltl
wl a oioi ribbon tua t , . , ,
u other. At lriig1kf. AUpUUU
(ttifsNsUillMici wllb iluk wtpperr
Hrii 4c. ilatitp) fur pkttlailirt 1
irtBrntuilI. 10.000 UUMontaUrron MOIKt
bit unlUfBi wliU NueeM NAME PAPEIU
JTMfhaiUr Cbenilrftl CtfMM'3iigBbu.,l'UlU,,t'
OB THE LIQUOU IlilllT CAN ni; ttmi B I
AUMIMbTt'ltlMI DU. HlI.tLh' (101.-
Can be irlven la a cup ot coffee or tea with.
out tho knowledge ot tho person taking It. It
Is absolutely banulcbs, and will cDcct a per
manent ana specuy cuio, wiivinvr mo paifuni.
la r mniloratn drll:r nr nu aloohollo wrectr.
it has been elvcu In thousands of casos, and
in every insmnro a pe rivcicuie uas louuwcu.
IT NUVKVt f AILS, .The system once Impres:
natcd with tho Hiufclllc. It becouies an utter
Impossibility for tlio liquor appetite to oil-it.
Kor sale by 8. V. WAItli. under thoIibUH
House:, U.K. IKI.IMIHNt,TtK,' 1HU st.aui
Vermont are., Washington.
Sf? 4440 I EGlv
11 ylsyv Wi V
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