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fTTE WASHINGTON CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING JUNE 28, 1880.
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Washington currio
tirr svkoials.
Tim Nntlnnnl Unfa Deposit Company,
for 10th st. nnil N. V. Aonuo.
btorngo for Silverware, Jowclry, Lncos,
Ino flood, nml Valuables or nil kinds,
Charges moderate. .
Wo Wntit tu ditto Out
Our lino of Ilabjr Currlftac.
Our lino of Adjustable bcrocn.
ourltclrlgciatnrs.
Our lino Oilil chairs.
You may expect tlio Lnwost 1'rlcO'.
Remember our great Mnltlng salo from !)(!.
tu roc. tier yard. W. II. IIoitoiiton a Co.,
1'.'13 ami 1SJ0 F st. n, w.
Hodden's liistiilliiinnt House.
This rollnMo nml long established Install"
ment lliwc, utOIOnnd 1XJJ 7th st. n. v H tti
full supply ot Refrigerators, lco Chost, I) iliy
Carriages, Carpels. Furniture Mailings, etc.,
lit cash prices on tho Installment plan.
It In tho Host.
Ask for It. Hchllta' Mllwnukro Laser
liccr. For salo bv nil leading houses.
for Wellington Dressed llcef
go lo John It. Kelly, stalls 0.-S, 019 nnd M1 Cen
tre Market, and IKM and aw Northern Liberty.
Corned beef a specialty,
CITY AND SUDURDAH.
'flit! AtiHtostin londways nic being
H'pllllul.
Tlio Aluxiimltlii Sumliiy-sclionls aro
Inking tin excursion to lllvcr Vluw to
tiny. Tlio AlbMinililn Gentlemen's Driving
At-iiui'intiiiii will tilvo n trotting nntl run
ning meeting lit .Inly.
Kllcn Quill hns snetl .Tncob Fusscll
for $10,000 for liclnjr knocked down
mid Injuicd by one of Ids wngons liut
Apill.
The manual trnlnlng ttnd cooking tic
iinrtnicnl in connection with thu Ann
cost In schools will bo opened lit Sep
tember. A coloicd boy iinmcd George Tucker,
ngctl 10, wits diowned nenr tlio Long
lltltlgc ycileidny niorulng mid Ida body
wits not lecovered.
Gray's Hull, Anncostln, wns tho
hectic of un entertainment for tlio bene
tit of Iho local Hood sufferers lust night.
About $23 was realized.
George llollmnn, who keeps a saloon
Ht 1204 Twenllcth street, wan taken to
1'recdinan's Hospllnl yesterday suffer
ing fiom delirium tientens.
Tho following appointments have
liccn made by tho Commissioners: I),
.1. Howell, engineer; J. J, Cottlehan,
lodinan, ami M. C. Hncn, axeman.
Sixteen year old Hndcllff Copeland,
who lived at 15:11 I street northwest,
win drowifcd whllo bathing nt tho fool
of Seventeenth sta'et lust ulght. Ills
hotly was recoved.
Commlshloners Pougtnvi and Hlnc
tliovc to Tiikoma Park yesterday for tho
purpose of inspecting tho county thor
oughfares in that section. They were
entertained by Judge Sillier.
Ulds for tho resurfacing of l'cnnsyl.
vanln avenuo will again bo received.
Any bid ofTcicd by the Cranford Com
pany will not nirect tho contract which
they now have with the District.
A parly of twenty young nthletc3 of
tho Sotithwnrk Turn Vcrcln of Phila
delphia mo stopping In tho cltv, en
mulo fiom Cincinnati, whcio they won
home prkes at the leccnl fcstlvnl.
Thu Cadet Corps of Bl. John's Mill
titty Academy of Alcxautlrla, having
itturnul fiom their encampment at Vir
ginia Ueacli, tho closing cxercUes or tho
ucademy will bo held to-morrow,
A bnittiuet was tendcicd hist night
Try the 0. K. of A., of the DIstilct, to
Colonel . I. F. l'artildgc, a rcprcsentn
live to the annual convention of the
Knights of St. John, recently In scs
hion here.
-Tlic-coulnict for supplying the Dis
trict with 12,000 18-Inch btpiaro artlll
clnl stono Hies ut twenty-seven cents;
tiOO rectory at llficial btono closure tiles
tit Iwenty-livo cents each wns yesterday
liwanled to George Itlcharilson.
Dr. Towushcnd has tccoinniciuled
that nn Inspector bo appointed at $1,000
J carlo have chargo of the garbage
bcrvlce. 1 lu also recommends tiiat the
balance of it $3,000 appropriation be cv
pended In necessary improvements.
Geotgo Hcnilcrbou, n slater nt work
on Iho now building corner of Thirtieth
and O Mitels, was thrown to the ground
ycMcnlny through tho fnll ot the scaf
fold and stilfcted a broken Jaw. Alftcd
Fortune, a colored hod-carrier, was so
ilously liui ton Wednesday by falling
from the new bchool building on Twenty-eighth
street.
The old elm trco which stuuds In the
iipptouch to tho south end of tho Cap
itol, which has been known ns Simon
Cameron's tree, will probably bo cut
down. The tteo has been allowed to
Htaiul in tho way for bcveral years by
reason of a icquest fiom General Cam
cion, when a United States Senator,
that tho tico bo allowed to remain dur
ing his lifetime.
lllirlal nt llev, 1". .1. Tnwos,
The funeinl of iho llev. Francis J.
Tewts, pastor of St. Mary's Catholic
Church, this city, who died In Haiti
iiioio Monday, took place yesterday
morning from his mother's icsldciicc,
llnltlmoie, theneo to St. Michael'
Church, where a solemn muss of
retiukm was celebrated. Twelve
priests, wllh cross and censor-bearers,
itcolytcs and u guard of honor from the
Knights of St. Michael, preceded tho
.) cumins to tho church, tho clergy
chanting the JlUeiero. Forlv-slx
pilcsls wcio Insldo the sanctuary 'rail,
uniting whom wcro ltov. Messrs. Wal
ter, Miickin, Schmidt and Wlllanl of
Vtishlngton. Over one bundled mem
bers of societies attached to St. Mary's
In Washington, with altar boys, at
tended. Tho funeral proceeded to St.
Alphonsus' Cemetery, whero llev.
1'eter Daiisch icud the last scrvico at
the Intciment. One bundled and sixty
ciiuiages wcio iu tho procession,
Kpeclnl Attractions nt liny llldce,
Jules Levy, tlio world-renowned cornet
1st, will make lilt secotut appcar.iuco at ll.iy
ltldge, 8uuilay,Juno!iO,and contliuioilurliig
tliecutlro week, giving each performance. In
connect km with tho Naval Academy Hand.
On .Monday, July 1, a urand Jubilee, con
ceit will bu given by Ullmoro'a Imuieiiso
Llionts, consisting of U00 voices. Thu
Am II Chorus 1ms also been engaged dt
great cipeiifce. Also, Mjron W. Whitney,
the great baiso. No extra expense. Round
lilp tickets. Jl; children, OOo. For 6clicdulo
of ISnj llldgo trains see advertisement lu
iiLolhir column, Passengers from Watli
lngton tiiKlugllio uionilng boat from Hay
llldgc arc ftirulshed with llist-clat dinner
and suppir COc, each.
HI. Aluyaliis lluyn' Nelioul.
The annual commencement cvcrclsc-i
Of St. Aloytlus boys' school wcio held
ut Gonaga Hall last evening and tho
following wcro awarded tho live schol
arships presented by Gonzaga College
Xewls Jichloff, Thomas Quill, Daniel
J, Quill, Thomas Urooks nntl Joseph
llecker. Tho progiammo wns an Inter
cstlng one, oxcellcnllv rendered, Silver
medals wcio awaidetl lo Percy Harrl
Him, John Collins, silver watches to
Javld FlUgcinld, l'atilck Downing,
"Win. T Jackson and Aloyslus Cnhlll.
Tu lur York on Time.
The H. A O trains for Now York and
X'Jitladclphia uro leaving IVuthlugtoii ou
l'lempt tluie. Tliu average time consumed
lv 11. tV O, train to New Vork Is less than
via any olherllne, and It Is via U. A O, only
that three-hour train are run to l'lillu
ilolphla. Wuahliigton Wnr Depoalt Co., OlO 1'a.
ye. Storage Dcrmrlmcut ll above ground-
THE SPORTIHO WORLD.
rtsTtnDAt's t.rAnt-r IIAMfS.
Wash, -(.l'lilla, 1 Huston, ID N. V., IS
t E at nt nt
rillaV. a- Clv'l'd.. 4 rd'p'lls 0 ClileagnJO
Colum., 1 Umh'lo fl Clnu. S
.at nt nt
llalto.. 0 l. city, fl 8t. r.oiils.B
ami: TO-1UV.
Vniru 1'hlla. Now York Huston
at nt nt nt
Clov'land. Pittsburg. Inil'np'lls. Chicago.
Col umb's Lu'silllo
. nt nt
nnlllmoro Kan. City
now the t
tuns stan ii.
I.KAOtJr.
W, l I'.
Iloston 31 13 .7S1
Cleveland... 3.1 19 .0.13
Now Vork..S7 19 ,BS7
rhllndelp'n.ST si .Ml
ciilcam S3 in .111
Indlannn'INia i"i :'Kl
AsociATinK.
w, 1., p.
st. Louii nt! 111 .cm
Athletic :ii as .an:
llrooklyn....SI W .007
llaltlmoro....3l ill .Ml
t'lnclnnnll.,.uo M Bill
Kansas city.'-M 31 IV,
Columbus., a-i m ,100
Uulslllo....to 17 .irs
l'lttsburir...l9 !! .liui
Waslilnatonli! m .VO'J
During tho Inst raco of tho llourbon
Trolling Club yesterday tho Judges ex
pelled W. It. l(rnsflcld, tho well-known
horseman, fiom the turf, llrnsflcld re
fused lo stnrl his mare Mnnlc for the
third bent because the Judges declined
to Kt back Sterling AVllkes, the winner
of tho second heat, who ran the greater
part or tho distance and then beat Un
tile by a noo only.
The celebrated mnrc, Miss Ilttsell,
dam of Mnttd S., has Just foaled a bay
Ally at Woodhtirn stud by the tho fa
mous California stallion "Klcctlonccr.
AVIth the exception of her full sister,
HtiMitiuc, lids lllly Is considered tho
highest hied trotting youngster now on
the American turf.
Yesterday will long bo icincmbeied
by the men who took pai t In tj 10 col
lege races at New London, It wns one
of tho most exciting contests In tlio
history of boating. It was well rowed
from the beginning anil the day wns an
Ideal 0110 for tho postponed races, Tho
Columbia-Harvard frcshmcu race was
thollt'st of Iho afternoon. Tho start
was it good one, Hamad catching the
water llrst, pulling n thirty-four stiokc.
Columbia slatted at thirty-eight, but
splashed badly, nnd It was Immediately
seen that they were out-matched. Hut
they wcro game. At the quartor liar
vnrtl was In perfect form and lending
Columbia by a length. Hero tho
former dropped her stroko to thirty-two
and Columbia to thirty-five. At tho
mile slio wns two lengths ahead and
this lead was kept until the finish.
Time: Harvard, 12.21; Columbia, 12.23.
Tho mttch-talkcd-of three-cornered
raco came oft an hour nnd a linlf later.
Cornell, Pennsylvania and Columbia
were Iho entries. Pennsylvania took
the lead by a half, but not for long, and
Cornell shot past them to tho front and
got a lead of a full length, leaving
Pennsylvania and Columbia lighting for
second place. Cornell pulled 42, Penn
sylvania SO, and Columbia 33. At tho
nunrter Columbia spurted, passed tier
rival, nnd reduced Cornell's lead to a
quarter of a length. From this llmo on
Iho raco was a splendid one. Tho two
crews strained every nerve. At tlio
mile Columbia forged nhcad of Cornell
by another spurt, but It was an unwlso
clfoil; sho could not hold tho stroke,
nnd Cornell got her place again almost
immediately, crossing the lino two
lengths ahead. Tho Columbia crow, .wns
completely exhausted, and six Of the
men fnlntcd. Five regained conscious
ness In a few moments, however, but
Mccklcliam is in a crlticnl condition.
Cornell lowed back to their quarters, a
distnncc of four miles, nnd wcio In good
form. Time, 10.01.
The Oakland Handicap was run yes
terday nt Washington Park. It was
won by Knloolah, with Ilildgcllght sec
ond. Time, 1:54.
At Shccnshcnd Unv vestcrdav tho
racing was only fnlr. Tho Spcndiift
stakes weie won easily by Sluggard iu
2:101.
Tho game nt Capitol Park yestcrdny
between tho compositors of tlio Post anil
Star wns won by tho former by 11 score
of 30 to 32.
Piesldent finish of Indianapolis tele
graphed Hewitt yesterday oflering the
relenso of Denny. Tito matter will ho
taken under ndviscment nntl decided at
an early day.
W. I.. I. llxeurslon.
Select moonlight excursion will bo given
by tlio Washington Light Infantry Corps to
Jtarsball Hall July 2. Steamer Corcoran
wllllcavo Jier wharf at 0:30 p. m. This
will be a pleasant and cujoyablo alTalr, uud
all unities desiring a sail down tho river
with this excellent organization will avail
themselves of this opportunity, Music
w ill bo discoursed by tho National Otinrd
band.
On dune 29th,
TIIK-
1 Per M Pis will
SKLE
Positively Terminates.
TIIK faTPCK INCLUDES LAltOK AS
fcOUTMKNTH OF AM. KINDS OF I'OKEION
AND UOMKbTIC DIIV (1001)8 OF THE I1EST
CLASS, AND 10 I'EIt CENT DISCOUNT IS
ALLOWED ON ALL SALES DUrttNO THE
MONTH 01' JUNE.
OaTALL GOODS MAItKED IN PLAIN
nauiiEs.
SEATON PERRY,
PERRY BUILDING,
Perm. Ave., corner 9th St.
EbTADLIblllJD 1810,
"Wm. R. Riley,
Corner Ninth and E Streets U, W.,
Is closing out all kinds of
DRY G OODS
At Very Reduced Hates.
Kiy-
niNA.fcrjR.inl
tn tofitf A rtlcWi or taut pout ru on rwwlpt of l Be. by
Load oh HwpplyCo., Hlf Ur4 V !' York,
Wo will guarantee to teach you to rldo tho
I'hjto Barely for 31: ladles, $0,
bpcclal hours for ladles,
The Cycleries, MOO K. Y. Ave.
Lareett Kldlnj; School lo United States.
fEEKUIt OTES
Aro lk BKrtT.
vi8ItWW.
ICORNSKKS
eOHMfl.Tha ll- Hatm Ghnn
MflV(lt.MVMtoIUlntfiifv: Atdfkl
John nllliort's Wnnriiirriil Mnmory.
I have heard an nnccdolo of John
Gilbert which Illustrates alike his own
Dowers of inciiiorr nnd Iho cliarnelnrls.
ties or nit old llmo Washington street
dealer In dry goods on a very limited
scale, Mr, Gilbert had a coat In which
ho Intended lo cttncl n ceitalu part; It
wus n sttllablo gnriuctit for this purpose,
with tho exception, as a friend sug
gested, of tho buttons which wcro of
cloth of the same color. The Mend's
suggestion, wllh which Air. Gilbert
agreed, wns that a button of n brighter
hue should be used, nnd of a different
mntcrlnl. Theromculnn then remem
bered Hint some twenty years befoto bo
hntUccn a button of this kind In tho
shop of Mr. CJttlncy Tufts, that
qtinlnt old-fashioned dealer, who
was never known lo be "out" of any
nitlrlo which had ever been In bis
slock. So Mr. Gilbert went to Mr.
Tuft's shop nnd a queer little plncc It
was, ns every old-time Ilostonlan knows
and instead of nsklng Ids friend, tho
proprietor, for what ho wanted, trusted
to bis memory to locate It. Putting his
bnnd on an upper shelf In tho baittt-bov
of the shop, ho took from under a pllo
of cloths a packago which actttnlly
contained the very buttons he was In
wnnl of. Iloslon I'ost.
3 Hours to I'hllnrtolnliln.
The II. 0. trains for Philadelphia and
New York nro leaving Washington prompt
ly on fchcdule time. Tho D. A; U. Is tlio
only lino running three-hour trains to
Philadelphia, nnd tho averaco llmo ot Its
New York train Is less than via ntiy other
line.
A Vlcoroit Woinnn,
Mis. Hetty Green of New York en
joys an Income of $3,000 a day, ami her
total yearly expensos nro snld to bo less
than $S,000. Her fortuno at present Is
estimated nt $30,000,000, and It Is
climbing at the rnto of more tlinu a
million a year. Mrs. Green has proved
on sundry occasions that she Is amply
ablo to take caro of herself and this big
hunk of money.
Can You Appreclnto
n bargain when you sco It f Tako n look at
tho cults wo nro selling at $14.8.", formerly
sold for $20. Klseman Bros., Soventh anil
K, mamifacturluc; clothiers and tailors.
Special Sale
-OF-
Misses' and CMlta':
WASH SUITS
It is impossible to secure
better values in Children's
and Misses' Suits than these,
125 Children's IVench Olnalmm Suits, sizes
8 to la years, llcdiiced to $.'1.00.
. 2S0 dilution's Whllo India Llnon Drossos, 4
to IS years, IJtoSS.M.
inn Atl.UMH nlirl rlill.nn'. (Intnnn llonaana P.
to 10 years, 5LT3 tp S7.T3. '
tiSltlsstw'Tn-u-pIcco I'ronch GlnKUam nnd
llallto Suits, sizes IS, Hand 10 yeais, $.G0 to
SO.Tneneh.
"5 Mlsos' Two-pleeo Whllo India Llnon
I)rcsac, 13, 11 nnd 10 years, St to SI3 each.
CHILDREN'S CLOAKS REDUCED.
M Children's Cloth Traveling Cloaks, very
stylish and becoming shapes, sizes 1 to Vi
years. Iteduecd to S3 each,
HISSES' CLOTH DLSTERS REDUCED.
3 Misses' Cloth Tiavollnjr Ulsters, sizes 11
to 10 yours. Iteduecd to $tf, $9 ami S10.
LADIES' CLOTH JACKETS REDDGED.
125 Ladles' Fine All-Wool English Walking
Jackets, In navy, seal, garnet and tan, Froueh
hroadcloths and black stockinettes. To cloo
them out to-morrow wo offor them nt the
greatly reduced prices of SI.50 and 85 each.
Splendid Jackets for wear
these cool summer even
ings. (Third door.)
SPECIAL IN SHAWLS.
1 lot of Kino All-wool Ulnck Embroidered
Cnslimcro bhawls, with knotted fringe, only
This is an excellent value,
aud can be used as a fichu.
(Third floor.)
GLOYES.
The Suede Biarritz Gloves
have met with considerable
attention. Best yet for sea
shore wear.
o-butlon length lilarrltz Huedo Cloves, lu
black, tans and Rrays, tiso.
For Dress Gloves these
have nn superior at the
price.
B button rink-wrlst Imported Ileal Kid
fllou's, lu black nnd assorted tan shades,
S1.W.
8 button length Mousquctalro Suede Gloves
hi Mack and tan shades, S1.75,
(first floor, centre.)
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Cor. 11th and P Sis. N. W.
Joun IItan, Jl'g'r. Jouh Stautzmah, Troas.
I'iiliilli OH & (ll'Ciiiii Co,
110 S, CALVERT ST., BALTIMORE, MD.
JLoUuBrBnIaClAeNnTE
TRIDZ-UJIRK.
MANOFACTUHEnS OF
LUBRICATING OILS &GREASE
Correspondence Solicited.
FIREMEN'S
Insurance Company.
Cktulcicd by Congress, 1337.
Capital, $200,000, Surplus, $10,000
OFFICE: New llulldlng, northeast corner
Ttb st. aud Loublaia aro.
ALnEItTA,WirjJON,
Irekldent.
o.w.inowAnD,
Becretary,
TnoMAB rAnicKit,
Vice l'mlid
It, U. Uv.AltU,
lulVvul.
iMeut. Awt.iijjretarf
PAINLES
7r tik lM IV
r I
Tiii trnmm m m
EATEh
gl''' w m mi Ms mk a "h ni
O'' ME
iedicinej. ib wi rmrni r"-"nnT
For Weak Stomacli Impairerl
SOLD BY ALE DRUGGISTS.
PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX.
Prepared only by THOS. BEEGIIAM, St. Helens, Lancashire, England.
B JF. ALLEN & CO., Sole Agents
For United States, 36S'& 367 Canal St., Hew York.
Who (if your druggist docs not keep them) will inriil Bcccham's
Pills on receipt of price but inquire first. (Please mention this paper.)
AJLLiILi TKjIliTS
OF
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD,
INCLUDING THE CELEBRATED
New Yorki?zChieago
LIMITED,
nAvn IIEEN
RESTORED joiSERVICE
AND
AEE NOW RUNNING REGULARLY.
CIIA8. E. 1'UGir,
General Manager.
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
Ou Collars at 81.15 and f 1.50 (or tnstaatlr making Tea or Coloo.
GAS OOOKERS
For Urge and small families. . Jtut the store for tnmmer nso. as 70a exttngaUht ha ttra
tho Instant the cooking U done. For aalebytho ""
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 TexxEta. Street 3ST. "W..
CLOTHING.
Mer Oiler of ilio Court
The creditors have decided to accept 30 cents
on the dollar for tho entire stock ot l'lrlo
Men's, Boys' and Children's
CLOTHING
CONTAINED IN STOUE 012 P STItEET, SIX
DOOHS X'KOM OT1I.
Thirty cents on iho dollar means that a.
Suit that cost wholesale- SIO will la sold at
J.'l.SO; rants Hint cost SO will go at 31.83, and
ro on In proportion.
You can form somo Idea of tho trcmondous
slaughter helng tnado by tho following men
tioned prices:
Men's All-wool Suits, formcily sold at $13,
now co at 25. 7.1.
Children', faults that sold at $5, now go nt
Men's rino Dross rants, 03e,
Hoys' Suits, from IS to IB years, 5J.37, $2.50
and $S.ST.
Flannel Coats and Veits, 09c.
Solo to continue under order ot the court
until creditors nro satlvfled.
912 F Street N. W
SIX DOORS FROM NINTH.
H. D. BHRR
Importer and Tailor,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
All ot the Latest Novelties.
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND SCOTW SUITINGS,
ETC., JDST ARRIVED.
JlIt.DArtn personally atsall garments made
tn our establishment.
1 11 1 Penna. Avenue.
WOOD TAILOBIIfi.
Tn our Suits at JM.W aro now and
Rtyllth Woolens.ot botternuallty, bet
ter trimmings and better tailor work
than can bo had olsowhero for tho
money. Correct stylo nnd perlect Ut
nro guaranteed to all.
HARBAN& BENNETT
l-iio asr. sr. -cl-v-o.
Waslgtonjlotir Hoiiso.
For a full lino of Gentlemen's Worsteds,
Coating Mlltons, Trousers, Scotch nnd Kiur
llth Cheviots, Cloths and Doeskins; also full
lino of Tailors' Tr mmlngs. Call on
F. H. QTT.A.J3T,
020 II Street Northwest.
i'i,ovn.
USE 0KUB9,
STEItr.INO,
M1NNKOI.A,
aiLT Kitai: or
aULUUN UILt,
XjOTTOa
And you will always have beautiful Uroad,
Rolls and Biscuits, wholesale Depot, cor
ner First street and Indiana avenue.
WM. M. GAIr ft CO.
fcERESjB
LETUI
M
V 4UIak
m "UHn,
Disestion DisorrJerefl Liver.
j. it. woon,
Qcncrnl rassonger Agont.
ri.iyon.
Edward f. nnoor,
0251'en.na. AvrNUi,
Calls attention to his largo stock ot STIfIN
WAV, Chato & Oabler, Whoolock, Brlggs,
Dohnlngan other rianos. Tho wonderful
self-playing JEollan and Cabinet Organs.
Sold on Installments, oxchangod, rented, re
paired, tuned, moved and stored. Violins,
Ilanjos nnd Guitars. Btilngs a specialty,
bheet Music and Musical Merchandise at tho
old stand, 025 Fcnna. nvo..
KHABE
Grand, Upright and Square
PIAKOFORTBS.
Spec! I attention of purchasers Is Invited to
"NEW ARTISTIC STYLES,"
Finished In designs of
"niQUEST DECOItATIVE ART."
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Sccond-lmud Flanos at All Frlcos.
Wm. Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
FOE
llealtli, Wealth ami I'rasperitv
-DRINK- l
HENRY RABE'S
Woll-known Brands of
"EXTRA FINE"
-ANU-
8ALVAT0R BEER.
On draught nt all Rostaurants,
Botflcd for Family Use by
FRED. IIEEItMANN.TtO 10th st S O,
WM. MERCER. 1017 10th st it W.
Keep cool by di Inking RABE'S
llecr.
Get fat by dilnklng RABE'S
Boer.
GEO. WHITE & S0HS.462 Milne A7C S.W.
Quality, tho Host.
Prlces.the Lowest,
AND
Quick-Work
ALL THE
Latest stylio
Iu Entrance Step.
Park Balling! a Specialty.
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ARCHITECTURAL IRON WQRK.
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(REOISTEneO
Important to all People Leaving the
City for the Summer.
We can ship our Wine 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
purchased elsewhere.
FRESH BOTTLED
We hold ourselves responsible for the
quality and perfect condition of every bottle
sold.
WE PAGK IN
with nothing to distinguish them as wine
cases.
Send for Circular and Price List-1
POHNDORFF & CO.,
614 FOURTEENTH STREET.
Easy Weekly or Monthly Payments Taken.
LOOK AT OUR PRICE LIST :
Bedroom Gets In Foplar from (13 up.
licdroom Sets In Oak and Cherry from J"5.
Bedroom Sets In Walnut from 110.
Farlor Suites In Hair Cloth or Flush from S33.
N. B. ALL. CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE OP CHARQE. Our
terms are easier and our prices 25 per cent, lower than any other Credit
House. The Cheapest House In the City for cash.
AUODST W. NOACE, President.
168M889.
.The Shoomaker Company,
(Successors to Shoomaker .'& nertzopr),
IMPORTERS AND JOODER3 OF
FINE WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, AC,
Nos. 1331 ANT 1333 E STRKKT NORTHWEST,
Tclephono Call, 517. WASUINOTON, D , O
All Goods Sold at New York Prices.
Assorted Cases of one dozen Wines, Liquors and Cordials at dozen prleos.
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TRADE MARK.)
FROM OUR VAULTS
SPECIAL BOXES,
Ingrain Carnots from 25o. np.
Extra Super Ingrains from 50o.; 3 ply. 81.00.
Druasuls Carpot from 75o.
FRANCIS dARMCKS, Secretary.
Katabllshod 1839.
-AT-
XMTTUtlY.
UNfRKCDKNTED ATTItACTIONI
OVBK A MILLION DISTIttBUTKOt
LOUISIANA STATE. LOTTERY CO.
Incorporated hytho Legislature for edit
cntlonnl and charitable purposes, and Hi
franchise tnado a part of thopresont State
Comtlttitlon, In 1370, by an ovrnwiiri.MiXJ
ron-LAinoTr.
ITS OIIAN1) EXTRAOnnifJARY DltAW
tNGS take place Soml-Annually (Juno anil
December), mid Its ORAND SINCJLB KUM
I)i:itI)RAVIN(IS takoplaco lu each ot tho
other ten months In tho year, nnd are all
drawn In publlo at the Academy ot Music,
New Orleans, I.a.
"Wo do hereby certify that wo snporvlso
tho arrangements for nil tho Monthly and
Peml-Anmrnl Drawings of tho Louisiana 8tnte
l.ottuiy Co., nnd In person manage and con
trol tho Drnwlngs thcmselvos, nnd that the
tamo nro continued with honesty, falrno3t
nnd In good fnltli toward nil parties, and wo
nuthorbo tho Company touso this ocrtln
cate, with fac-slmlles of our signatures at
tached, In Its advertisements."
G. T. Beauregard,
J. A. Early,
Co'ininlsalnnera.
Wo tho undersigned Banks nnd Ranker
will I ay nil prizes drawn In tho Louisiana
hlatu Lotteries which may bo prosontodat
our counters.
It. II. VfAMISLKY, prost. La. Nat, Bank
P. LASAUX, Prost. Stato Nat. Bank.
A. IIALBHIW, Prest. N. O. Nat. Bank.
CAUL Kon.t, Prest. Union Nat. Bank.
01.AND MOXTHLY DRAWINd
Will tako placo at tho Academy ot Muslo.
New Oilcans, TUESDAY, JULY 10, WU.
CAPITAL PRIZE $300,000
100,000 tickets nt SM: Halve. $10; Quarters,
S3; Tenths, $S; Twentieths, St.
list of rntzns. "
1 PRIZE OK J300,OIX Is.. $100,000
ll'KIZUOl' 100.000 1s 100,000
ll'IUZKOP 60,000 1 W,000
1PRIZEOP S3.C00 is S3009
3PHIZKSOP lO.OOOnro 30,003
lil'UIZKSOF o.oconro tV
fisvnizKsoi'' l.oooaro st.ooj
100PRIKSOP COOaro M.OW
S00PHIZKSOP tlOOaro (W.OiM
6001'ItIZKSOP SOOnro : 100,00
APPROXIMATION PRIZES.
100 Prizes of $500 aro $'.0,000
ICO Prizes of sooaro.... W.ooo
lC01'rl2esof sOOaro U0.000
TERMINAL PRIZES.
009 Prizes of $100 aro $90,000
W0 Prizes of 100 nro 09,900
U,131 Prlzos amounting to $1,031,800
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
iarFonci.vn nvres, or any f utthcr Infor
mation desired, wrlto legibly to the undor
signed, elenrly stating your rosldonco, with
Stato, County, direct and Number. Moro
rapid return mall delivery will bo assured by
your enclosing an cnvelopo bearing your full
address. .
IBIPOKTAKT.
All ordinary Letters containing Postal
Notes, Money Orders Issued by all Express
Companies or New York Exchange
Addressed
M. A. DAUPHIN,
Now Orleans, La.
Address Registered Lcttors containing Cur
rency to
New Orleans National Dank,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
REMEMBER that tho only genuine Louisi
ana State Lottery Tickets l.sued under the
Mate Charter aro recognized by tho highest
courts, nro Invariably signed by M.
A. DAUPHIN, President, Indorsed hy
Generals BEAUREGARD nnd KAMA,
Supenlsors of tho Drnwlngs, nnd guar
anteed by National Banks of New
Orleans, as to the payment of Its Prlzos.
None otmliis auk (lENUisr..
All so-called "Supplements," Original Lit
tle Louisiana or other Imitations with unlaw
ful uso of tho Louisiana Stato Lottery Com
pany's nnmo, By persons unknown, under
assumed or fictitious name, uro attempts to
dccelvotho publlo by falo protensos, offer
ing no guarantee whatsoever.
REMEMBER THAT ONE DOLLAR Is tho
Trice of tho smallest part or fraction of a
ticket Issued In any drawing. Anything In
our name offered at a less prlco Is either a
counterfeit or a swindle.
St falls ice cq.
ojtrioE
No. 924 Pennsylvania Ave.
Wholcsalo and Retail Dealers lu
Kennebec River Ice
WAGONS OO TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITX
AND MOUNT PLEASANT.
Lookout for White Wagons.
WTflTOA'.fiicr.
RIDER & ADDISON.
Wholesale and Retail Doalers la
PAPER, BLAHK BOOKS AND STATIONEM,
Bit Eighth St. N. W., near Pa. Are.
Orders or requests lor quotations glreu
personal attention, aud satisfaction guaran
teed In prlcu nd quality.
I present), ml tuny i
dorm Etg fl si lb. only
.peclilo (orinecert.lncuri
o( this dinette.
O.lI.INUltAltAM.M. !.,
Amsterdam, N. v.
We have told lll G fos
many ye.rs. .nd It h.s
r C1.M. I
'HOI DiTB.
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rtuiCualMlM.
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f:iva iu. uik ui b.iij
sctlon. U.lt.DY0nE4Ca.
Ublca. III.
Ohio.
uVlSI.OO. Hold by Drugnlst
riiMftiHraniroi
r-uiy-i miPJM
I Thess tiny Ospsuln irrest In
lrace. ttios. .nWlon.ln which' fltTjl 1
1BU.
1N0ETI
A POSITIVE CURE FOR
,OST or I'al Ilnir MAN.
iIIOOD. Norvousnesi.
Weakness nf Uodv nnd Mind. Lack of
fettongth. Vigor nnd Dovulopmont, caused by
Errors, Excesses, &o. Mndo of Selt-tro.t-ment
nnd Proofs mailed (soaled) froo, Address
ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, N. Y.
CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
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hn44fl. (ititiA for putUaliri tot
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