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Tlio Nntlnnnl .Snfo Deposit Company,
Cor lfitli nt. nml N. V Atonue.
Storage for Silverware, .Towclry, Luces
1 no Ooods. unci Valuables ot nil kinds,
liclwren lOnnd U each day nt Julius Lain
lmrgir, 313 Scvonth street. Everything to
lo noid prouous to removal to his new house.
M ciks & Co. nro the nuotloncors.
III buy nny milt Ihnt wo formerly sold nt t
W. Sun ml SIO. F.iseman Hitoi., Till nnd E,
AVo Want to Clojo Out
tlnrllnoof llnby Carriages,
our line of Adjustable Screen.
Our lino O'hl chain.
You may expect tlio lowest Prices,
, Hcmcmbcrour great Matting inlo from Oc.
to Kc. per yard. W. II. Hocoiitom A Co.,
l.'lB and 1M P st. n. w.
ltlnlilrn's Instiillmont Homo.
Tliln reliable nnd Ions otblNhcd Install
mnt llotira. l HOT nnil ftMTIhst. n. w li In
full supply of Refrigerators, Ico Chests, llnby
Carriage. Carpets. Furniture, Mattings, etc.,
lit cash pilces on tho Installment plan.
lictwi en in and is ciuli day nt Julius Lnns
lmigliX ai. NuciitK street Kicrythlng to
lie (old iircliins torcmornltohlsucwhousc.
Weeks & Co. uru I ho auctioneers,
It Is the llnt.
Ask for It. Helium's Mllwankco Lager
Ucer. l'or kiiIo bv all leading boucs.
Whlto nml I'a ne y Dutlc Vests
Are Just the thing for warm weather. Wo
lnno them fiom 7S cents up. Eisbman linos.,
"tli nntl K, manufacturing clothiers nnd
for Washington Dreiicil Ilenf
po to John It. Kelly, stalls CM, CMand aiOCon
lio JlnrXet, nud SX) and W3 Northern Llborty.
t'orucd beef a. spctlulty.
C1TV AND SUBURBAN.
The lust bplkn wni thlvcii nt Wlnoiin,
Miss., ycsteiilnv, In th (Ii'orulu 1'nclllc
Hallway, oiio of thu loused Hum of the
ltitlmioml nml Dniirlllo Itnllioiul Com.
lmiiy, thus linking the Potomac mill
BIIiilslppl Hirers by one continuous
line of 1,110 miles ftom Washington to
Gicenvillc, Sliss. The Georgia Vncillc
lins nciiicil the mo of thu existing
trucks of tho Louisville nml .New Or
leans nml Texas Hallway, thus making
the entire mllengo under one innnrigc
nient from Atlnntn 108 miles nntl from
Wni-ulnctoii l.lUO miles, to n connec
tion with the Jllssourl Pacific system.
Lute Inst night n partv of tough
loumlcrs hired John DnvnVs cnb nml
look n long drive nbout town. Tliov
blopped nt DeAtloy's rcstmirnnt on tho
Avenue nnd, telling tho driver to wnit
forlhem, entered the plncc. Duvnl
busnected Hint he win being swindled
nnd run mound to the back door Just In
time to Intercept the partv. Ho nsked
for his money nnd in reply ono of tlio
roughs miulo it pass nt him, but Duval
lind ii monkey wrench in his hand
whiclihcpiocecded to use on his ns
Nillunt's head with great vigor. No nr
icsls. At Hie legular monthly meeting of
the boaid of mnnagcisof tho Associated
Charities, held last night nt 707 G street
hoi thu est, rjccictary l.morv iruvo a very
intciefjllnir neeoiint of his visit to Johns
town mid his work there. A.resolutlon
of thanks wns unnntmously adopted
thanking Jlr. tmory for thu good work
lie accomplished whllo there. The sec
ldiirj's teport for tltc month wns pre
btnled. Dining Jlay .183 calls wore
wade, 1108 being white and 148 colored.
TJirto hundred nnd llfteen peisons ni
plied for employment, llUy sW asked
for n-slstanee, nnd shleen families were
aided with money, provisions and
Tho following piogrammo will bo
lendeied by tho JIaiino Dand nt 0 this
evening at the Capitol grounds: Starch,
"The Quilling Paity," Bousa; overture,
Jicr," Bousa; gems fiom thu works of
Wtmlelbsohiii collocation, "Jtnilirold,"
Unsstui; "Voyngu on n Troopsliip,"
ThoOldGiiaid held n meeting last
night ufter thu Mrect ililll nnd inspec
lion. A color guaul was elected. The
tomiultteo on the Jlilwauko trip stated
thnl thirty members had decided to go.
Tho committee on badges tepoitcdthat
they had made unangements for tho die
nnd furnishing, nnd a committee was
nppoluted to take charge or tho draw
ing for (ho buggy put up at tlio recent
garden bnznnr.but which was not drawn,
A Inst night's meeting of tho board
of managers of the Associated Charities
Mr. Emeiy detailed the narrative of his
visit to Johnstown. Tlio report showed
that tlio muiibei of visltois to tho
cenltnl office during tho month wns
488. Sixteen families had been aided
dlicclly from the central olllce, nnd
mtllo n number had been iccoinmcnded
for transportation to the police author
ities. Tho Cinufoid Stieet Paving Company
claim that under tho contract which
they have with tho District for repair
lug the btteets for five ycais, they
should bo given tho work on Pennsyl
vania avinuu without having to ma'ku
another bid for It. Tho Commissioner
do not teo thu mailer In tho samo light
nnd tho ipicstion will bo submitted to
tho Comptroller of thu Tieasury for his
Thu antulope recently sent by Hem
tor Slanfoid as n contribution to tho
National Zoo is dead. Afow mornings
ugo some cur dogs from the neighbor
hood strayed into tho gronnds nnd so
harassed tho untelopo that It dashed
lis brains out against tlio side of the
cneiosuie lu vnlu effort to escape.
Tho I'ostolllce-Intcrior Guards havo
elected thico nctlvc and four honouiry
members. Tlio members of tho gunida
tiro making full picparatloiw for par
ticipation lu en nip duty nt Fort
A white woman, whoo name could
not bo learned, wns run over by u cab
driver, who mndo ids escape, in fiont
of Thk Clinic olllco last night. The
woman was but slightly injured.
John Dounlio and his wlfo liavo sued
tlio Gicnt Fnlls Ico Company to recover
$2,000 each for damages that thCy sus
tained because an Ico wagon collided
with one of their milk wagons.
Tho boaid of examination for tlio
juomotlon of otnceis will hold a meet
ing tills evculng nt 8 o'clock at National
Guard Headquarters. Quite a uumbcr
liavo been ordcicd beforo it.
Thu livery stable ot John McLaugh
lin, on Second, between Kast Capitol
nnd A stitets, was damaged by fho this
morning to thu extent of $100,
Tho exclusion of thoNatlonal Hides to
Maishall Hall last cveulngwas well nt
tended mid thoioughly enjoyed, baiting
Iho coolness of the ovenlng.
Tho Iteuubllcan luvinclbles at their
meeting last night authorized u con
pntulntory telegram sent to Hon. Wll
Jhim V). Chandler.
,V. J. Whllo has been appointed by
I ho Commissioners assistant inspector
of minor icpnlrsntn salary of $1 per
Tlio Thompson Opern Company, with
Jennulu Winston nnd Lnuin Delllnl In
II, mo to open Monday nt tlio National.
A chain box fell on the foot of James
Itodgeis, n deckhand on tho steamer
Pilot liny, yOalcrday, nnd crushed 11
U nil tho money rciiulrril to buy any suit
marked $3J, jaj.80, U3S nnd J37.50. Klse
man Ilrollicts, Soreuth unit E, mauufactur
Insr clolhlcro nnd tallore.
iiipiu lAiinc, Miiipcs tnree lullabies,
(a) "Uaby Dear," Lughter: (b) "Uyc,
Daby, Uve," Powell; (c) "Sleej), Gently
hlecn." Moiioll: valse. "Ln Uelnn iln In
Ktoiclscs or Interest to tlio Itlslnsf
The nnminl mvnnl of IheAVrtshlugtoii
High School scholarships havo been
made ns follows: The Columbian Unl
vcislly scholarship to MIssM. ('. Priest
of the Ihlid year ncndcinle scctlont tlio
George lown medlcnl scholarship to Mr.
A, L. Hownrd of tlio llilrd year scien
tific sections tlio nallonnf medical
seholnrshlp toMr, W, 8. Thomas of tho
thltdycnr ulenllfle class; tho Cornell
scholarship to Ihnery Wilson, who
mndo tho highest mark In n competitive
examination held Juno 1, nnd tlio Dick
Iii'on College scholarship to Mr. If. 13,
lllnmnn of tho third year scientific
COt.Oltr.I) NOIIMAI. AND IIIOIl PCIIOtlf,.
Tho grnduntlng exercises of tho col
ored normnl nud high schools at Iho
Metropolitan A. M. 13. Chinch lat
nlcht were well nltonilcil. Ciiimol..
sloncr Douglass delivered diplomas to
iho following graduates:
Xoiinnl School. l.surnd. Arnold, Knncy
M. Atwood, Anna I). Hell, HcrtloS. ilroolcs,
AnimT. llroun, Maria 13. Ilucl.ner, C'urrle
M. Crouch. Mary II. Ulckcrson, 8araU .1.
Dickson, Klleti II. Dorkett, Snslo E. I).
eon. Mary F. deary, Ella (Ireen, Sarah
Hall, Sara h. Jackson, Anna 13, Johnson.
.1. Motcn, Mary V. Moiton, Jlarv M. Orme,
Louise 13. l'lcrre, Carrie 1'icrrc, t'lorencc ().
i-aucisoii, iicnecca u. I'lerson, I.uclnJa (.
Shorter, Mary It. Toy, Allco J. Tlor, Jane
At. Injlor. 8nrah 13. Tucker, Alartha .1.
Thoinns, l.inina L. Vnuglian, Mary II.
nmlilnirtoii. Maty A. West, Kato I,. Way
man, I. dla 0. Wilder, Alary At. Wright.
Francis Pennies Smith, John 13. Swh.u
James 13. Young.
Illah yehool academic course -Alary E.
Adams, Alary A. Allen, Josephine Ashtoti,
l.iiima F. lllackuell, Ida At. Ilrnivn, Sarah
W. llroun, Annlo K, IliiiM, Alary A. II.
Countcc, Ida Comilee, AInifglo 13. Crusor,
I.jdla A. Dlckersoti, Ollvo II. Freeman
Ilarrlettn Ocorge, Antilo 13. Olllcm, I'niillno
L. Hawkins. Laura 13. Hill, Dora II. Hop
son, Sarah 13. Jcnklus, Leonora Jolcc,
Clara G. Joi.cs, Alary Jones, Alariha Leo,
I.stcllo (1. Lowis, Klcnor II. May, Sarah E.
Atlner, Sarnh J. Neal, Helen S. l'arkcr,
rium-i'B ,.. iiij,ue, rna i. i erry, ivinriua A.
I'aytou, Julia L. l'lcrcc, Mary F. (Juauder,
I.mma V. Itusscll, Cnthcrrno I. Howell,
Annie F. Smith, AInuil I. Smith, Sarah 13.
Smoot, Serena Spencer, Mary E, Ware,
Alatliell 'Wllllanis, Francis L. Cardozo, Jr.,
James At. Fraction, Georiro I). Johnson,
Harry Lewis, Arnscs O. Lucas, Henry A.
Smith, John AtcKco Syphax, William L.
Tlgnor, John II. Turner, Hlchard U.
Ilnslnces Course Ocorgo T. llcason.John
II. Hell, Charles 13. lllalr. Charles II. Sum
mer Browne, Harry A. Clarke, William II.
Cowan, II) ron S. Fischer, Mellaril C. Jones,
Elijah C. Itoblnson, (Icorgo W. Scott,
ltallili II. Stewart, nenrirn w. Tlmmt
Vi nlkcr H. Webb, Koliert L. n. Wilkinson,
Frank 1'. Wilson, Elizabeth Woodford,
John II. P. Young.
iior.v cnoss academy.
Tlic closln" exercises of tho Academy
of (lie Holy Cross were held yesterday
afternoon nt the llljou Thcatic. An
Interesting proginmmo wns rendered,
nnd picmiums nnd mcdnls were
nwaidcd the following lu the senior de
partment: AIIsfcs II. AInloney, L. Johnston, At.
Longhran, AI. Iliirke, O. Dunn, 13. How
lclt, L. Saum, Al. Gannon, M. Fealy, At,
O'llrlcn, N. Cator, AI. Hairey, N. Clarke,
Al. Ncumcjer, L. liodemcr, N. Harwell nud
THE EMini'OX INST1TUTK.
.The commencement exercises of the
Emerson Institute were held nt tho Unl
vcisalist Chinch last evening. Philip
King delivered tho snlutatory nnd
Holicrt K. Urooke tlio valedictory. Tho
honois to tho graduating class wcro
awarded as follows: First Plnknoy
medal (Dr. Uulkley's gift), Philip King;
second Pinkncy medal (Air. Young's)
Ilobcrt E. lUooksjgold medal, scliolar
sldi), Jow Hemcro. An Intcicsllng
feature of tho exercises was a holding
of n mock congiess where the question
was discussed "shall ladles bu ndmlttcd
to tho floor of the Houso of Hcprcscnta
tlvcsf" Pilcs for declamations woio
awarded as follows: First nrbc, Gil
Halt Clark; second pilzc, Wllloughby
Webbs thlid prize, N. T. Wilson, 'Jr.
I'nrlor Cars to Staunton.
Commencing Juue 13 and coutlnulne
until fiulher uotlco. I'ullmnn's lluffel
l'arlor Cars will run between Washington
and Staunton on I). A O. tralu leaving
Washington 10:30 a. m. dally except Sun
day, arilvlng at Staunton at 0:17 p. m,, nnd
on II. AO. tralu leaving Btauuton nt 7:13
n. in. dally except Sunday, arilvlng at
nsbhigton nt 3 p. m,
Will tako any suit heretofore sold at $10,
$10.60, $18, $18.50 ami $20. Klacmau llros..
?1U.W), S18, $1
No man- on woman can atiord to bo with
out Wolll's Acmo Illacklng.
Washington Sato Deposit Co., 010 Pa.
ave. Storago Department alt abovo giouud.
BEAR IN MIND
Toil Per Gail Discount !
TE1UIINATF.S I'OSllIVrXY 0 Jl'.IE 29 AT
O l'. M.
CfAUt WHO HAVE NOT AVAILKD
TIIEMSELVR8 OF THIS Ol'l'OHTUNlTV TO
POItCHASE HltY (1001)3 OF THK I1KST
CLASS AT TUN PER CKNT. LESS THAN
ItEGULAIt I'lHCBS SHOULD 1)0 SO WITH
OUT FUItTHEItDnLAY.WHILK TUB STOCK
IS STILL COMPLETE IN ALL DI3PAHT
O00DS MAUICISD IN PLAIN
Penn. Ave., corner 9th St.
m. R. Riley,
Corner Ninth and E Streets N. W.,
Is oloslneout all kinds of
DRV G OODS
At Very Ileduced Rates.
CHARLES A. MUDDIMAN,
3no. 1QOB jr streoti,
li dooia from iith st.)
ALL SIZES OAS STOVES. UUV NOW.
PUAHANTEED 'iO BAKE. Ao..
QAS FIXTUIIES FOIt NBW HOUSES.
HIE WASTTTNOTON CRTTTr, WEDNESDAY EYEXTNO JUNE 10, 1880.
Jntl I'nrroll Itolcnsoil,
Caplaln .lack Pnrrcll, of tho Ihlll
morc Club, wns released ycilcnlny nf
tcrnoon. The relenw took elteet Im
metllntely. It caused some HiirprUc.
becnuso It hnil been nnuniinccd that
Kartell would go on tho llastcin Itip
wllli Iho club. Fnrrcll'n releaso ww
duo to U fnlluro to bnt nnd run haws.
In his prime, Fnrrcll wm one of the
crack League nlnyc-n, nnd lind but few
equals. As n Rprlnler ho stood fore
most lu the ranks, nnd his balling gave
him nn nvcrago Hint wns envied by tho
other members. Baltimore engaged him
for thcc specialties, nnd he has had
two sensons' work with Iho Orioles. He
has nlwnys played short Mop, eveept
when ho wns tried nt second for a tow
games. Last winter ho was troubled
Willi iiiciimnlisin, nnd wns compelled
to tiso rubber bandages in this seasons'
exhibition gnmes. During tho Hi.
Louis sciles, In tho third game, whllo
sliding to Hist base, In older to nllow n
runner on thiid to score, ho got some
thing in his eye nnd skinned his fnee,
which caused him to rcllic. Ho has
not plnycd since.
TO-MOItrtOW MOliXI.VO WE IlEfJIJf AN
EXTItAOltniNAltV HKDUCTIQN BAT.B
01' PAHA&OLS WITH A VIEW OP
CAUSING Till! COMPLETE DIS
I'CSAL OP THE ENTIHI3
Wo haven't soldmoro tlianlmlf as
"lnnny nswo ouaht to owln to tlio
rnlny irlng season. Wo havo got to
sell ccry onovltliln tlio next few
wcoks, nnd now Is your opportunity
to t a o fi om n dollar to tlirco on your
purchase. It Is needless to dwell
upon tlio uenuly, stylishness and ox
cellcneo of tlio stock, ns wo told It
often In tlio beginning of tho season.
Wohavodlilded tlio stock Into lots
nt n uniform reduced price, and shall
mention thcmcolloctliely.ns wo havo
but ono or two of, somo style nnd It
would rcnulro tho cntlro column to
enumerate them nil.
1 LOT REDUCED TO tl EAC1L
Thls lot contntns 13 brocaded silk
rnrnsol, with natmal and carved
wood handle, In cardinal, gray, car
net, whlto nnd black; 3 flno oeru laco
covered I'nrasols, with carved
wood handles; 0 satln-strlpcd faille
silk l'nraols, In black, with flno
stripes of eold, caidlnal and bluo, all
ot which aro lined with black silk.
Also fow others. All this lot roducod
1 LOT REDUCED TO 83.50 EACH.
Thts lot contains 0 dotted satin Para
sols, In blue, brown and cardlnal.wlth
bamboo and natural wood handlos;
Sstrlncdtan colored molro slllcTara
ols; 1 whlto nnd black plaid Parasol,
ond n few other special stylos. Alt
this lot reduced to $8.50.
1LOT REDUCED TO 83 EACH.
This lot contnlns 4 figured changeable
silk Parnsols; B black Parasols with
clusters nt flno white stripes; 3 black
moire silk Parasols; 3 black satin Par
nsols with fancy colored lining. Also
few other single styles. Allot this lot
icduced to 81.
1LOT REDUCED TO SI E.VCH.
Thls lot contains S blnek nrmuro silk
41 Tarasols, with narrow, whlto bor
der, nnd black ebony handles; 1 black
nrmuro silk ParaioK 3 Bcrpent grcon,
1 cachou-biown, and naugo-grny; 3
fancy striped nrinuio silk Parasols In
art aliadlnift; 5 fancy brocaded, and
black and whlto strlpod parasols.
Alsofewstylcs of ono each. Allot
this lot reduced to 81.
1 LOT REDUCED TO $1 EACH.
This lot contains 0 black nrmuro silk
Parnsols, with nairow nnd broad
whlto Btrlpes; S black with flno gold
stripes; black molro silk Parasol; 3
black nnd whlto cbocked parasols: 1
pcnrl surah silk rarasol; nnd fow
other equally handsome styles. All
ot this lot reduced to 85.
Ah AN ADDITIONAL ATTRAC
TION. As nn addlonal attraction to
this Uroat Mark-Down Sale of Pnia
sola, wo havo conoluded to Include
our ELEOANT STOCK OP IMPORTED
ENIILINH TWILLED SILK HUN
SHADES, WITH THE I'AHlllON'
ABLE "LA, TOSCA" HANDLES.
Thcso wore Imported by us for our
fluent trade, nnd havo long hnmltes of
natmal wood, caned wood, twisted
roots, Ac.: nlso various wood tipped
with lolled gold and oxidized alitor.
All ot those Parusols are accompanied
with n light silk cover and Hnlshod
with silk cord and tassol and pro
tected patent ferrulo. Light weight,
yet strongly made, nnd extra durnblo.
. 'I ho shades nro ln changeable offects
of brown, grny, mivy.garnct, cardinal
and also plain whlto. The prices nro
now about S3 to 40 per cent, loss than
they were, the parasols being now
marked nt SU.T5, SI. 84 35, $1.33, 81.50.
SI.IW, $5, $3.33, $3.50,80, $0.50 mid 80
ench. (first floor, long centra tables.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Cor. Uth and F Sts. N. W.
GREAT FALLS ICE CO,
No. 924 Pennsylvania Ave.
Wholesalo and Retail Dealers lu
WAGONS 00 TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITV
AND MOUNT PLEASANT,
Lookout for WMte Wapns.
VIA X OS,
IpDWARD P. DROOP,
!i 033PENNA, AYZNUE,
Calls attention to his largo stock ot STEIN
WAY, C'haso- Oablor, Whoolock, Brigs.
Helming nn other Pianos, Tlio wonderful
solf-playlng iKollan and Cabinet Organs,
bold on Installments, exchangod, rented, re
paired, tuned, moved and storecr. Violins,
llanjos and Uultars. btrlngs a specialty.
Sheet Jliulo and Jlmlcal Moruhandlso at the
old stand, 025 penna, nvo.
Grand, Upright and Squara
Spec! 1 attention of purchasers Is Invltod to
"NEW ARTISTIC STYLES,"
Finished In designs of
"HIGHEST DKUOHATIVE ART."
PIANOS FOR RENT,
Second-hand Pianos at All Pilces.
m. Knjlbe &.Oo..
, St; Market Space.
Kennebec River Ice
BEECH AM R
For Weak Stomacli Impairefl Dipslion-Disorflerefl liver.
.PP BY ALE DRUGGISTS.
PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX.
Prepared only b THOS. BEECHAM, St. Helens, Lancashire, England,
, F. ALLEN & CO., Sole Agents
For United States, 365 & 367 Canal St., New York.
Who (If your druggist doc9 not keep them) will mall Bcccham's
L ills on receipt of pi ice but inquire first. (Please mention this paper. )
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
OMCollors at 11.10 and 11.50 for Instantly making Tea or Colec
For largcjand email famlllas. Just the atoro for snmmer nso. as yoa oxtlngalsbi hi 9ra
tuo Instant tho cooUng li done. For sale by tho
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 TexL-tla. Street 1ST- "W.
Gas Boilers at 81.15 and 31.50 for
Instantly making Tea
For largo and small families. Just
tho ttoTO for summer use, as
you extinguish the flro
tho Instant tho cook
ing Is dono.
TOR SALE BY THE
413 10th St. N. W.
030 Ponna. Avo.
Ladles' Southern Tics, Oxfords, Ncwports
nnd Nnhants. lu French Kid, Cllnzo Bongola,
Itntsott Goat, O020 Calf andSuodo. Allot
Ihu host material and workmanship, In latost
styles and colors,
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S,
Completo stook, Including Tan Ooat, In
high and low cut; also yery stylish Canyas
bhocs for house wear.
Our Men's Shoes
Tako In nil tho loading stylos and colon,
Tan and ItussetOoat, high nnd low cut,
dcmilnc bcal Oxfords, tho handsomest light
coloicd shoo worn.
Our stock of Calf, Kangaroo and Patent
Leather, high nnd low out, Is complete.
We do not Intend to carry a large stock
through tho hot months of aummor, m haye
made our prices such us to moro them oarly
Health, Wealth anil Frosperiiv
Well-known IlranJs ot
On draught at all Itestnurants.
Eolllcil for Family Uso by
rilED. HEEIIMANN.74l)10tli8t s 0,
vm. Muncurt, 101- lotit st n w.
Keep cool by drinking ItABE'S
Oct fat by drinking HADE'S
H. D. BHRR
Importer and Tailor,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
All ot tho Latost N070M0S.
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND SC07U SDI1ING3,
ETC., JDST ARRIVED.
MR.DARII personally fltsall garmonts
In our establishment.
1111 Penna. Avenue.
In our Suns at 8M.M nro new nnd
stylish Woolens, of better nimllty. hot
ter tilmmlnga and hotter tailor work
than can bo had olsowhero for tho
money. Correct stylo and porloct at
nro guaranteed to all.
14:10 3ST. ST. Ave.
Vara full line of Oentlomon's Worsteds,
Coating Wiltons, Trousers, Seotoli and Knj
Ish Cheviots, Cloths and lJoosklns: also full
lluo of Tailors' 'Vr mmlogs. Call on
F EC. QUAST,
020 I) Htreot Northwest.
r LOU It,
OILT KDOK or
And you will always havo beautiful Broad,
Hollo and Biscuits. Wholesale Depot, cor
ner First street and Indiana avenue.
WM, M. QALT & CO.
John Htin, U'g'r. John Staiuziun, Trcas.
nn n iti nnnn ihi
UU Ull IA UXUUMU UUll
110 S. CALVERT ST., BALTIMORE, HD.
c'-ifim ii WMw-xrzirmii w wi),.
wi m m wt-m b k im
Important to all People Leaving the
. City for toe Summer.
.We can ship oarWine to any State east
of the Mississippi River, in lots of four or
more cases, with safety to the purchaser
and for less money than a like Wine can be
We hold ourselves responsible for the
quality and perfect condition of every bottle
WE PACK IN
with nothing to distinguish them as wine
Send for Circular and Price List
POHNDORFF & CO.
614 FOURTEENTH STREET.
Easy Weekly or Monthly Payments Taken.
LOOK AT OTJR PRICE LIST :
Bedroom Beta In Poplar from SIS up. Ingrain Carpots from 25o. up.
Bedroom Seta In Oak and Cherry from S23. Extra Super Ingrains from BOo.i 3 ply, J1.00.
Bedroom Bots In Walnut from JW. Brussels Carpot from 75o.
Parlor Suites lu Hair Cloth or Plush (rom (33. '
N. B. ALL CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE OF CHARGE. Our
terms are casler-and our prices 25 per cent. lower than any other Credit
House. The Cheapest House Jn the City for cash.
AUGUST W. NOACK, President.
The Shoomaker Company,
(Successors to Shoomaker '.& nertzog),
IllPORTSItS AMD JOBBERS OF
FINE WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, &C
Nos. 1831 ANP 1033 E STHEET NORTHWEST,
Telephono call, 517. WAsniNQTON, D , 0
All Goods Sold at New York Prices.
Assorted Casos ot ono dozon Wines, Liquors and Cordials at dozoa prtoos.
BTJ-sr YOUR T.'R.TjrnsrKS
4!t0 MBrtlKTU HTItnUT KQttTjnrVXT,
FROM OUR VAULTS
FIIANCIS QAItUCKS, Secretary.
A'XXX XO Onn.rpLZOW flATiI,
OVER A MILLION UISTltlllUrEOI
LBj Si Li
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO.
Incorporated liylho T.cglslattiro for odu
tatlonnl nml chnrltnblo purposes, and It
franehlso mndo a part of tho present Stnto
Coiiktltutlon, lu lam, hy an otLntnuLMixa
.ITS (IRANI) EXTRAORDINARY DRAW.
1NOS takoplnco Boml-Annunlly t.Iuno nml
Dpcemlier). nnd Its GRAND HINOM5 NUM
Ili:itl)RAVIN(lS takoplnco In each of tho
other ten months In tho year, nml nro nil
drawn In puhllo nt tho Academy of JIuslo.
hew Orleans, Ln. .
'Wo do hereby certify that wo sunorvlso
tho arrangements Tor nil tho Monthly nml
cml-Annual Draw lugs of tho Louisiana Statu
Lottery Co., nnd In iierson mnnago nnd con
trol tho Drawings thomiclvos, and that tho
nmonro conducted with honesty, fairness
nnd In good faith toward all parties and wo
nuthomo tho Company toiuo this certifi
cate with fnc-slmllcs of our signatures nt
tnehed, In Its ndvcrtlemcnts."
G. T. Beauregard,
J. A. Early,
J) the undersigned Hanks nnd Binkert
will pny nil rrlres drawn In tho Louisiana
Mato Lotteries which may ho presented at
II. 11. WALMSLEY, Prcst. Ln. Nat. Bank
I. LAHAUX, rrcst. Stato Nat. Uank.
A. 1IALDWIX, Prcst. N. O.Nat. Hank.
CAUL KOn.1, rrost. Union Nat. Bank.
GItAXI) MONTHLY DIUWIXM
yilltako place nt tho Academy of Music.
New Orleans, TUUSDAT, JULY 10, 1SSJ.
GAP1TAL PRIZE $300,000
lOO.COO tickets at $50; Halve", 10; quarters.
S3; Tenths, $S; Twentieths, SI.
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 1'RIZr. OP STOO.OOO Is SM.W)
1PIIIZHOF 100.000 1s 10O.0O-)
1 PRIZE or
W.000 Is M.O.1)
!.000 I Sf.OOJ
5,oco nro a-,,OM
sonnro ,., m.ov)
SOOnro i M.M3
too arc 1W.000
1 PRIZE or
a prizes op
5 PHIZES OP
100 PHIZES OP
SCO PHIZES OP
COO PHIZES OP
100Prl?csof $500 arc SW.OOa
lCOPrircaof 300are so.ooo
1001'rlzcsof soOaro , i,w)
009 Prizes of $100 nro S3"I.MJ
050 Prizes of 100 aro w.WJ
3,131 Ttlcs amounting to $1,031,300
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
tSToncum iuro, ornny further Infor
mation desired, wtIIo legibly to tho under
signed, clearly stating your rosldonco, with
State, County, Mrect and Number. Moro
rapid return mall delivery will ho assured by
your enclosing an onvqlopo bearing your full
All ordinary Letters containing Postal
lotos, Money Orders liicd Iiynll Express
Companies or New York Exchange
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
Address Registered Letteis containing Cur
New Orleans National Bank
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
REMEMBER that the only genuine Louisi
ana btsto Lottery Tickets Nued under tho
Mate Charter nro recognlzod by tho highest
courts, aro Invariably signed by M.
A. DAUPHIN, President, Imlorsetl lV
Generals BEAURE(IAItl) and EARLY,
.Supcnbois of tho Drawings, nnd guar
anteed by National Banks of Now
Orleans, as to tho payment or. Its Prlzos.
None omens jinc Ukmine.
All so called "Supplements," Original Lit
lie Louisiana or other Imitations with unlaw
ful uso of tho Louisiana Stato Lottery Com
pany's name, By persons unknown, under
assumed or fictitious nnmo, aro nttcmpt to
deceit o the puhllo by fnlso pretenses, offer
ing no guniantco whntsoecr.
REMEMBER TnAT ONE DOLLAR Is tho
price of the, smallest, part or fraction of u
ticket Issued lnnny diawlng. Anything lu
our name oCfeied nt a loss prlco is cither a.
counterfeit or a swindle.
V. Baldwin Johnson
Wholosale and Retail Dealer la
Wood ana Ooal.
Anil tlio Washington Gus Co.. Coke.
Complete Facilities. Bottom Prloos
Full Wehrht and Moaiuro. 3
Wood and Coal direct from tho forests an d
SHSs.bra.LlBn.dwatf.1;' ana '" from slag,
slate and othor Impurities.
GIVE HE A TRIAL.
Mala Yard and omce. HOIR.I. ave. n. vr.
Branch " " 510 M st. s. w.
Branch office for orders, cornor Tenth and I
sts. n. w.
Branch olllco for orders, oorner 13th and U
sts. n. w.
All connected by toloohone.
GEO. WHITE & S0NS.462 Maine Aye. S.W. !
Quality, tho Boat.
Prices, the Lowest,
lu Entrance Steps,
Park Railings a Spcoialty.
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
I prsicnus aaa rally er
dona tit a as the only
neciao lor tb. ceri.ln cure
of till, disease.
O, U. INllItAir AM.M. !.,
Amsterdam, N. Y.
We h.v. sold Big a fos
many y.ars, and It baa
flv.n llm best of satli
ctlnn. D. It. DYOnE CO.,
81.00. Bold by Druggist
These tiny Capsulis arret In
ma uuui, wuiiuufc lUWUVUU'f ,IIM,1
luire. those anectiomln wlilcliMlDYI
Ooiulba.Uuhobs and InJeUlou.'1"''
Strength, Vigor nnd Development, caused by
Enors, Excesses, Ac. Modo of BolMrosV
ment and Pioofs mailed (scaled) freo. Address
ERIK MEDICAL CO., BUI'PALO, N. Y.
riD CS0C3 EU1KUD E2A.ID,
Tb i rlclntl, onlr rtHtilnt
Hre rfdf s4 tBuctutl '
In rrd mtulllii toia,se4i
wlUtbliiirititao tvtd sclent
noothtr. AlDruBaUf. AUpllIila
rUiluillKii(WiUi pink wTapriiu
kitol4e.t(Ump) fgr rtrUoaltrf not
' "Ktller for lJiillM," n ittur, by
mum piui. iv.uuu trsiiuoniiiut iruta irdiis m
MMiiHlifaemvl.b kfucee. NAME PAPER.
OR THE MlfUOll HABIT CA.MIE CUULD 111
AimiMllTKlllMI DR. HAINES' U0L.
Call bo given lu u cup of coffeo or tea with
out tho knowledge of tho person taking It. It
la absolutely harmless, nrd will effect a per
manent and speedy cute, whether tho patient
Is a moderate drinker or an utcohollu wreok.
It has been given In thousands of casos, nn4
In oery lnstunco a pei feet euro has followed.
IT NEVEK PAILS. Tho system onoo Impreg
natcd with tho Specific It becomes an utter
Impossibility for Iho liquor appetite to exist.
For sale by 8. P. WARE, undflr the Kubltt
HousoiR.K. 11KLP1IENS.TINK, Uth Bt.anta
Vermont avo,, Washington.
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