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THE ISVENINC CRITIC
iTAUMMitiii auoust inns
Wosilhcr ImllcnlloiiM
Tor tllo MitMlo Atlantic Stales nartly
cloudy weather occ uloiml mini easterly
vccrlna to warmer westerly winds liwer
barometer
Wvntliri llullrtlii
Tho special weather lcport from UicSIhiii1
Olllco to day states that the storm centra In
tho UppCr Lako region has moved eastward
nccompanled by rain In the Lower Luko re
gion Middle States mid Xev KukIiiuiI It
will bo followed by clearing wiiither to-morrow
In tlioloior Lako rcclon ami Mlilillo
States laJvcatlior lslniilcateil to morrow
rortlieSoiitliAtluntloluliStatosiiiil for tlio
Northwest and Upper Luko legion
Uriuiil Iiireriiy uTIIoohm
A young man named Frank 11 Dixon
watelnnan ut the Capitol was arraigned to
day beforo Judgo Hnell charged with tho
larceny of n number of valuable and band
Homelv bound lxioks belonging to Mr Jolin
U Klile with whom Dixon has been board
lug Detective Acton became eoii luccd on
Suturdav that Dixon was tho thief and ar
rested blm The rliaige of gnmd larceny
wis prefcrnd Tho book which wcio
Tallied nt about 100 havo been with u few
exception recovereil Dixon giving tho lo
calities where ho disposed of them Tho
prosecuting attorney stated to day to the
Court that Mr Klilo declined to nroeeute
ns tho young man was of good character and
tho theft ns near to belli justifiable as such
mi olIeUMj m bo considcicd
Vav the HeuUiiii
At tho First ljcsby lerlan Chinch the Jev
Dr Sunderland yestenliiy tiftoiiniou gather
ed tho lambs of his flock about him and
tho ordinary annual missionary meeting
This Is tho children particular day As 11
part of tho piograiumo they set asido so
much of their pennies each year as will
maintain a native Hindoo girl In her lalmrs
in India All above this amount goes Into
11 general fund Tills year tho amount was
over Sl O tlio Infant class leading off with
20 much to the chlldicns satisfaction ns it
Is a sort of nice for the largest showing Tho
pulpit was adorned with a beautiful urn of
daisies and when to this were added the
other floral emblems In which tho contribu
tions were presented the good doctor looked
as If imbedded In a bower of rosen Singing
and n pleasant address by thu doitir clncil
thu iiitciestlng auiilvorriiry
The VlMitliifr Turner
Tho annual turn feat of the societies of
Haltimoro and Washington which com
menced in flno stylo last Saturday was con
tinued to day by the Jolly Turners making
11 tour among tho various places of interest
They assembled at the gymnasium at 1 p
111 and proceeded to tho Schuetzen Park
which was gaily ornamented in honor of tho
occasion and wlierothecompotitivoexcicises
in strength of skill was resumed piomptly
and will bo followed this evening by tho
award of prizes The festivities will be
concluded with nbinmiot interspersed with
the usual songs and speeches The Judges
elected by tho Washington Vereiu weie
Adolph WeUdiciger and Adolph Spillerboth
of Newark X J and by tho Ilaltlmoio
Vereiu William Kekhardt and William
Zophir both of our sisjer city
iJciieinl Kupplles
The committee who have charge of tho
award of contracts for furnishing tho Dis
trict dining tho next fiscal year with ice
drugs garments school books tin ware
stone paving material and all tho articles
and supplier u cd by the District Govern
ment were busy neatly all day to day
scheduling the bids and making every ef
fort to expedite the work and sco that the
utmost caio is taken to secure serviceable
articles and to exercise a selection that will
prove bcucflrial to the general community
Keep Cool
Iluy clothing of light texture at George
Spraiisys 507 Seventh street
lollee Court
Robert Johnson was in the Iidico Court to
day on chargs of a brutal assault Ho as
saulted a young woman named Amelia Lan
caster at her house at Tenth and M stieets
on Satmdiy evening A quarrel bad oc
cuncil between them and Johnson struck
tho woman down inflicting injuilcs of a
most serious character Dr Fay whoicn
dcied very skilful service made a statement
to day that if Inflammation follows the in
juries would provo fatal The ease was con
tinued until tho victim of tho assault is
able to appear
Court In Ilnne
Tho com t ordered that no caso should ho
prosecuted in forma pmiperin without the
special older of the comt MeDmicl vs
larisli dismissed on motion of Mr Kim
kill Douglass vs Lewis dismissed for want
of prosecution Tho petitions of Ldgar T
Saunders and Wm W Wishart for admis
sion to the bar was refencd to tho examin
ing committee
5000 Ynrils Inro
from 2 cents up at A liehrends 707 Mar
ket Space
A lumen Delegation
A delegation from tho county consisting
of Messrs Georgo Lmnictt Joseph II Brooks
W Ahem D F Lee A Ltzel William
Rrashears Joseph S Worthington and M
Glerguhl called on tho President to day to
urgo tho appointment of ex Mayor Hawaii
sis District CommUsloner
1itll ltciciilnr Mode
fine striped hose 20 cents at A liehrends
707 Market Space
IoniiTTiiH Xew Store Wagon is on tho
street to day It is 0110 of tho handsomest
wagons wo havo ever seen and was built by
W T Wilson or Xeiv Yoik avenue of this
city and is drawn by one id tho blooded
bays which was brought on heio fiom tho
We3t lu a lot of horses by Messrs Huguoly
Uowcu
Tin grand Jury left the City Hall to day
in an omnibus to pay their customary visit
to tho jail
C II Ciiuucii and others complain that
tho Kelt railway lino U violating the law
by using part of Eluvcnth street southwest
for a station and constituting a nuisance
The Commissioners lefcr tho matter to
Major Urock requesting him to notify tho
directors that tho nulsaneo must bo abated
and public property shall not bo used for
private purposes
Mr Owen Wood will build a two story
brick back building to his house Xo UiOl
Twelfth street northwest at 11 cost of j0L
Jomss A Dean and others ask thopilvi
legotoiiio Water htieet between Seven
teenth and Tivent y scconil streets southeast
for tho establishment of a fish pond for
propagating purposes
Tho HcrdicxTrauspoitation havo just im
ported from Texas forty mustangs It pro
poses to establish two horso coaches for ex
tended Hues
JundiiTiioMAS SuNnrniAND states that
ho will enter suit against Mr Latta In In
diana and Mcssin Kilhomli and Olmsteud
beforo tho etTtTrtH of tho District
William IIHiirrlsonu negro hoy was be
fore Judge Sncll this looming on chargoof
attempted violence to a little ciinii 11110
May llennett whoso puieiitsrcslduot Spring
Hill fiirin near Georgetown Judge Slicll
committed him to Jail to await tho action of
tho grand Jury
SMIss Mary Atchcson an attendant at Mrs
llcuslcys luneli tahie interior ucparimcut
to tlav cut her hand badly oil a broken ice-
pitcher severlns one of tlio small arteries
Dr J J Purman was called and rendered
jsurglcal aid
THE EVENING CBITK1 WASHINGTON D MONDAY JUNE 13 1881
ox Tiuvr roit 3iuuitrit
A Youthful Crlnihinl ut tin- ltnr
or
IhhUco
To day In the Criminal Court Chas Tay
lor a small colored Ixiy about IwcKo yeart
of age was put on trial for tho minder of
another small Iniy named Ldward Ford on
tho Kith of December hist in South Wash
ington Some time since tho District At
torney offered to permit tho prisoner to
plead guilty of manslaughter and sent to
tho ltcforin School during minority but the
father of tliokiy lcfused to permit it be
lieving that he could bcacqultted District
Attorncv Corkliil and Assistant District
Attorney 1crry appeared for tho prosecu
tion ond Messrs K H Thomas and N right
for the defence
Mr Thomas mado tho point that ho had
not been served with n list of witnesses
within tho time required by law but ho was
overruled
Mr lcrry then stated that tho Govern
ment did not ask for a verdict of murder in
this case
Tho court then proceeded to impaunel a
urv Tho following Juiors were accepted
William C Coslon William It Dalley John
A Giksfin Dorsoy Denncy Henry G Wash
ington Itobcrt Iaiker Itobert K Hostou
Iiwrenco S Fletcher ltlchard llcveily
The regular pauml bctrg here cchausol
11 recess was taken for too summoning of
talesmen
HiiKirs uiiasoi or hash
After iceas3 Assistant District Attorney
Perry announced thathavlngcM8Ultid with
tho Distiict Attorney ho had como to tlie
conclusion to enter a nolle prniequl In this
case and at thowimo lliuo bo gave notice
that ho would make application on next Sat
unlay week to havetlio prisoner sent to the
Reform School
District Attorney CorkhillFiiId ho thought
tho public Interests would be best subserved
by this course and If tho buy after a short
term at tho school exhibited no malicious
traits ho would consent to his discharge
The trial of tho bov for manslaughter would
be a inre mocker- of justice He demand
ed that tho hoy ho Held in custody until mo
application was heard
The counsel for defense objected to hold
ing the accused after a nolle prosequi was
entered but court overruled tho objection
and Taylor was remanded his father con
senting to the arrangement
IV I S Ixeurtiloii
The members of tho Washington Literary
Society accompanied by a large party of in
vited guests went to Glymout yesterday af
ternoon on an excursion Tho steamer Cor
coran tninsiKjitcd tho party down and back
and an excellent baud of music was along to
enliven tho merry excursionists On tho
boat and at Glymout mirth and pleasmo
lelgned supreme and Messrs IStmslmrger
L Heller and Ld ltoscnherg of tho com
mittee iu charge mado It delightful and
comfortable for all participants Tho party
letttrucd last night about 11 oclock Among
those who enjoyed tho pleasures of tho oc
casion weio Miss llosn Soilless of Xew York
Miss Kaufman of Ilaltlmorc Misses Rosen
thal llendhcimer and Waterman of Alex
andria Emma and Mary Iicnsinger Carrio
and Jennie Uppcnheluicr Paulino and
Emma Samstag Hannah Minster Hannah
Xiichmnu Cora Adler Teresa mid Ilcrtle
Kaufman Rosy Gauss Heuuio Adler Duma
Rosenberg Clara Fieirieb and Amelia Wolf
Mr and Mr A Piiuee Mr and Mrs JC
Hariis Mr and Mrs William liiss Mr and
Mrs A J Stmshinger Messrs S and I
Guns I Saks M and II Jacob M Clink
M Stein J and M Strashurgcr D Xaeb
mau S Souxa and others
IrijiiirliiK Iteiieu
Mr S Kateusteln the popular clothier
has ncailv llnisbed tlio Improvements at his
building Xo I10 Seventh street Tlio whole
building has been lenovatcd fiom founda
tion to the loof and when completed will bo
one of thu handsomest modem business
houses lu tho city IIo is now engaged in
preparing stock for thu fall trade and when
ills arrangements are perfected ho will bo
able to furnish suits ready made ofntich per
fect lit that it will not bu necessary to havo
clothes made to order His old fi lends and
customers will bu pleased to know that he
will open 011 the llrst 01 bcptenilier wiicn pe
will bo glad to ut elvo them
There Is no lliieo
lu Washington than the line clothing store
of Xoili Walker Co d il Pennsylvania
avenue and it gives us pleasuro to clnonlclo
the success of this old and reliable firm and
at thesamo time to recommend anyonowho
is not familiar with tlio establishment to
call theiu and make purchases of gentle
mens youths or childrens clothing or leave
their men Hire and have their clothing or
shirts made to older Wo know whereof wc
speak
Inrrliiffc Licenses
To day the following marriage licenses
were grunted Charles S Cold of Xew Yoik
city and Kato A Arnold of Washington
Georgo A King of Washington and
Ada Fdmonstou of Georgetown Dela
ware Penu mid Martha K Dunlop
Iou SIioch mill Slippers
In all styles at popular prices at H L
StraslmigerV IJOfMIOd Seventh street
Ilrlef IociiIn
A Hie alarm at 1 oclock this morning
summoned tho department to tho stable of
tho Columbia Hospital on I street near
Twenty fointh northwest Tho origin of
the conflagration is not known but it 1
supposed to ha accidental Dr Murphy
who was passing nad 111s attention attract
ed by clouds of smoke and turned lu 1111
alarm A small quantity of hay was do
stioyed The loss was trilling
Chillies Myers a boy about four years of
ago whilu playing with some companions
In TeiiiiiiUytown yosteiday alternoou lull
and fractured his light mm Police officer
Myers the father of tho boy found him
lying helpless and secuied smgical aid
Iliro Xiillie IVIiio
Chris Xiinder 111 Seventh stieet has all
tho Milliliter wines somo of his own maun
factuie tho Clinton Concord Ives etc
which ho guarantees equal if not superior
to impelled wines
A Mceiie lu Court
To day in tho Ciliulual Court when sen
tence i as passed upon William Gaithcr for
latceny bis wife who scented to bo In a
feeble condition burst into tears and on
going out fell In a falut near the prisoners
dock and was borne out by the officers
Tlio 4rcn Nolo Killl Continues
1000 Smyrna mats DO cents 1 educed from
175 straw mattings Iu whlto at 121 cents
checks at 1 fancy In hundreds of different
patterns from US cents per yard up from
the popular low priced cirpek house of
Julius Lansburgh iUIi Seventh stieet
The intlr Hlock
ol ladies suits have been t educed to half
prieo at Charles Hanois 411 Seventh stieet
Xiitloiml ITolel Arrivals
F A Dodge Ilalto Ficd King Milwaii
kee W 11 Tenfplo and son X Y J 1111
drctb X Y A M WymuTox CIMFieo
man San Francisco S Howes X Y 31 A
JIcDonald Sheffield Miss K II Washington
W Va 1 D Mlshlcr and wife Ohioj L
Bamberger Ilalto It F Adams Muss F
Hamilton Tex IJ Toblu Tux T II
Anderson Ohio F W Hughes Pa J F
Taunt lhlla F F Itemple plilo W O
Iliirdcmaii Tex H O Lee Tex S Jacob
sonX Yj Dr It II Stuait Va J IJ Davis
C 11 Watson X C W L Dow Yank
ton 3trs Wright Cla J D Ilutt W Va
O T Clugctt Mil
Iiulles null fill hi rciisl
fancy hoso lu largo vailcty ut Jas Stnislmr
gers UOd JJOs Seventh stieet
lersonnl
Victor Hugo says that eternal spring
lives In his hcait but winter on his bead
He must have been up late tho night befoio
ond compelled to put It on leo
A largo number or t no negro emigrants
to Liberia set to work Industriously to
possess themselves of slaves using aborig
ines for that purpose
Gen Dublin W ard declines to bo thu dem
ocratic candidate for Governor of Ohio
Liszt tho great composer has just cele
brated his 71 Jt bltthday fcto in Antwerp
Col Tesso Sarvis will return this week to
tho city fiom his six weeks tlip to tho
Juniata valley
Col W P Copeland has returned from
Xew York This eminent capltlalst pur
poses to putchaso tho Washington monu
ment for n summer residence afier its com
pletion
Mr Wm Rice of Florida is in the city
on a flying visit from Xew York
Mrs Governor Porter of Indiana pinned
the prizes to the breasts of tho boy winners
at a graduation the other night
Clark Glbln the negro minstrel has paid
5s0 for a song and danco on his wifes head
Hugh Sessions tho Albany manipulator
is an old Washington lobbyist
Gavazi tho Italian patriot preaches in
Hartford to night
Senator Kdiuunds has gono to join Fisher
mm Wheeler after minion
Mrs Mudd tho Kentucky authoress
wants to bo Librarian of her state
Wm i Cameron tho repudlators candi
date lu Virginia Is a poet
Hon 11 F Flanders Assistant Treasurer
of tho United States at Xew Orleans U in
tho city on bussluees connected with his
olllec
Gen Joseph Wheeler congressman elect
from tho Htiutsvllle Albania district is a
guest at tho Lbbllt Gen Wheelers scat
will ho contested by lion W Jt Lowe tlio
present member from that district
Mr George Glllihiud who for tho past six
months has beciiocnuected with tho Cincin
nati Vmipiirer bureau in this city leaves to
night lor Ills Homo 111 UI1I0
Mr Thomas llrcnuan roricspondcnt of
the Xew Yoik Hur ami Cleveland Herald
has returned from Ohio
L V Hammer secretary of tho Amateur
Rowing Association of America is a guest
at tho Riggs
A dispatch was lecelved at tho Tieasury
Department to day that Secretary Windom
would return home this afternoon
Washington Kindergarten Con
nieneeineiil
Tlio fifth annual commencement of tho
Kindergarten Xonnal Institute took place
on Satunlay evening in the Metropolitan
Church Tho exercises were inoru of n solid
than ciiteitalulug character and it was a
very interesting and gratifying spectacle to
seo a class of young and charming ladiis
giving their various points of view of what
should constitute tlio early training of chil
dren Their essays without exception
evinced deep and philosophical thought
mid were well woitbW the dene attention
not only of President Josioh Dent and tho
Rev Mr llaler pastor of tho Metropolitan
Chinch and thu Rev Mr Shlppen pastor of
All bonis Chinch who were seated on tho
platform with them but of all the audience
Tho Klndcrgaitcn normal woik exhibited
for examination was beautiful Tho play
of Tlio Farmer whs exemplified by tho
ladies of the graduating class who w ithout
exception lelleot great credit upon their In
structors Tho well wishes of their many
friends will follow them to their various
place of duty to which they have been
rallul us was evinced by tho many beauti
ful tributes picseuted to them After the
exercises Mrs Pollock and her daughter
Miss Susie received thu heartfelt congratu
lations of their friends and tho young ladies
held auInformal reception
lor tho Iolnr Zone
The Greeley Arctic expedition paity left
Washington at 10 oclock this morning go
ing from hero to lliltimoro by mil wheio
they will take a steamer for St Johns Xew
Foundland At St Johns tho steamer Pro
teus suitably supplied and equipped will
start with thu party for Lady Franklin Hay
about July -I Tho personnel of tho expedi
tion is m follows Lieut A W Gieeley
fifth cavalry in charge Lieut James 11
Lockwood Lieut Fredeiiek T Kisllnburg
Seigcants IMwanl Israel W S Fowell Geo
W Rico and 1 C Ralston of tho signal
corps Sergeants D L llrninard and 1
Sinn and Corporals D C Starr and X Sailor
second cavalry Corporal P Grimm eleventh
infantry Corporal J 1 Kllson tenth in
fantry privates Pluck Gardiner signal corps
J Frederick second cavalry J Ryan sec
ond cavalry W Fills undT M Council
tblid cavalry Chaiiu 11 Henry fifth cav
alry J Render Francis Long anil W Whist
ler ninth infantry J II llredhiick seven
teenth Infantry and W II Cross general
Korvico Thu expedition will taku with it a
small steam yacht which was sent over to
llaltimoiu last week
No IV SteiiinlxialH
The oilier with reference to thu crowding
of excursion boats Issued fiom tho Treas
ury Dopaihnent Satuiday went into effect
yesterday and as farastbisclty is eoncei li
ed to good purpose Xono of tho steamers
leaving for trips down tho river were over
crowded Indeed there was a general de
sire to get away with even 11 smaller num
ber of passengers than the law allowed and
tho Inspectors who were 011 watch were
gratified to olncrvs how cheerfully the
steaiiihoatnien met tho wishes ol tlio Treas
ury It is to bo hoped that they will con
tinue to adhere to their good Intentions iu
tills respect
ISiiru uliiH luiiiieiise
Uehiemls hamlUeichief bitlo to ilay 707
jrarket SimcOj
Criminal Court TiKlfvc Cov
To ilay Samuel llray assault with intent to
kill plcudcilnotgullty Jeso Xolherlyhurg
lury ami laiecny Mine lames White re
sisting otlleer plcailed guilty ltohcrt JlcClee
assault with intent to kill iileaileil not guilty
Win flalthcr petit larceny second ollciw
pleaileil guilty anil asked for mercy sen
tenced to 0110 year in tho penitentiary
Itlelmid Dortcy Indicted with Thomas
Ames for grand larceny tileaded not guilty
toliimhus Klnuuell petit laiceny bceonil
odeucc pleaded guilty
ClilMrouN Shirt WiiIhh
Can ho bought from It Itohlnsoii Co of
tho Hoys Clothing House 10J leunsylvanla
avenue for less money than tlioy am ho
mado for at home Yes and tho fahricj
shapes and construction uro in every way
superior to liomo iuado production
Tin Kouimi lltnsiivTintiANCninieii of
this city is 0110 of tho few religious edifices
freo froni tho lucoiivenlcneo of debt Yes
teiday iiiornlng the lovercnd pastor an
nounced to his congregation that ono thou
sand dollars would ho icciuircd for liroposed
lcpalw At tho closo of tho sorvlcco tho
amount was generously ami Immediately
Kitliicrlhed
Tho largo majority of tho chinches In
Washington Indeed nearly all nro handi
capped by debt mid worse still with 110
Btieelflo ecttalnty of capacity to discharge
tlio Indebtedness
Tin JlAB rru ani WAiturxs of Alexan
dria Iodgo Xo 22 havo tendered the ma
sonic apron and sash mado by Marchioness
Lafayette anil worn nv ucorgo itasiuug
ton to Mr Peyton 8 Coles Clrand Slnster
of Masons in Virginia to bo worn by him
at tlio Yorktown celebration
Jin Haiiiiv Oodwin who for soveral
years past has decupled tho chair of city
editor of tho llrpuhlienn has accepted a losi
tionon theftMifiiflWui Dr rrunk Howo
succeeds him on tlioitrjinUIrnii
Hot Spilng Crystals Itoman ooril onyx
id silver jewelry irl to 20 at 1iiggn
and
Eiseman Brothers
Owing to the Unseasonable Weather we find ourselves
Overstocked and as the Heated Term will be upon us we
have determined to run off WOOLENS even at a Sacrifice
Our 10 Suits Unequalled
A Full and Unbroken Stock in Every Department
which
ZMTCTST BE SOLID
Our Established Reputation of Not Carrying Stock from
One Season to Another to be Sustained
BOYS CLOTHING
Fully Twenty per Cent Lower than Former Prices
A CORRESPONDING
Reduction on all Woolens
ZEISIEIbIsr BROS
Olothiers and Tailors
CORNER SE VElSTTDEa jATID E STS
LADIES COLUMN
DOUGLASS
Ninth Street
St Oloud Building
Genuine Lisle Thread Gloves
In jjreut variety ut iiopnlar liriccs
GAUZE UNDERWEAR
For Ladles Misses nut Children Itollnblo
Goods ami how 1iiecs
Corset Covers and Dressing Sacques
Of our own Manufacture
Mes Misses and Childrens Hosiery
In Now Designs for Summer Wear
CORSETS
Thomsons Ventilating for hot weather
DOUGLASS
niyH XIKTII AXI V STltKKTS
A Cholco Selection of
Handsome Bonnets and Hats
For Evening Woar Receptions c
Direct Importation
OV TUB LATEST SHAlES DESIGNS
I L BLOUT
710 SKVEXTH ST11EET NOUTHWEST
Kings Palace
811 bEVENTH BTUKUT
WoMerfiil Reiction in Millinery Goods
lAVATr HATH lit 17 1 II W ctH
ritKNtIt LHIIHftnm llio toft
BTltA nooi iiatiiiiih 1 ioviu
ut llcmiirWnblo SlnugliterliiB lrlcix
811 SEVENTH STUEET bot H anil I sts
NEW SPRING GOODS
Clillilrenri Itenily srailo Dressii nil kinds of
Hi Ish nml Ijico Ciipi Complete OatlllH lor Inraiits
rrlcm Very Low
MRS MAX WEYL
71J SEVENTH STUEET NOUTIIWKST
CHOICE SELLCTION OP
Hamburg Embroideries Hosiery
LacosGIovosiinil Unrtorwcar Clitiaicna
Drosses Swiss unit Laco Cops tit
MRS SBLMA BUPPBRTS
008 NINTH STUEET oiino latont Oiaco
GLOVEKS
0i IKNNSYLYANIA AVKNUE
Briggs Oos Patent Trans
ferring Papers
IOn ST AJUING GOODS OP ALL KINDS
1035 Sovoutli Street NortliwoHt
A B SOHOFIBLD Agent
BOSTON VAEIETY STOEE
705 SIAItKKT SlAOK
HAMMOCKS VERY LOW
uoiirn silic utimrriAS
TWILLED SO INCHES J100
PARASOLS BROOADED SILKS
DItKSS GOODH AND HUJIMICH HILKH
tit 10c por yuril to bo liail nt
MRS GUTMANS
013 SEVKNTH STUKKT NOUTHWEST
AMERICAN GINGER ALE
KQUAL TO THE 11 EST
FOR SALE by Dealers Generally
PIANOS
ELLIS CO
oaT lunnavlvnnlii Avonuo
Solo Agents for
THE FAMOUS WEBEK
jtJ iPnO Till llest In tlio World
Nenrlyiill tlio ureat fcliiKers unit iirtists of tlm
nrlil nlv them llio iirerervneu over nil others
ALsn iicents for tho celeliriiteil
Smith American Organs
HcinckamD Pianos and Sliiiiipr Organs
SIDNBYT NIMMOS
43 SKVKNTH STKBET N AV
BRADBURY
PIANOS and OBO AJSTS
F Q SMITH Manufacturer
Washington Wnrorooins UOJ lonn live
KNABE COS 9M
W 1ianos at rVrTl
BACHS Ilano uud Organ Wnrorooms sia3
ElovontU8tiiliovo roiina avo
GROCERIES
SPRING LEAF TEA
AT CO CKNTS A IOUND
IOIli AND TALATAIILIL
N W BUROHELL
iia F stkhlt
New laple Sugar
New MAPLE SYRUP
Prosli Slilpmonts Itccclvcit Dally
Elphonso Youngs
GROOER
504 Ninth Street -Northwest
Tol opliono all rlglit nialn
G
KO A OHAlli
Wlinlnnalo nml Itolall GItOOEIt
1 JI1 HIJVKNTH HT X W llMT J AND N
IV H0tKUKTllmlviV tlM per gnlloii
OUE SUPEELATIVE
HATS AND UMBRELLAS
STRAW HITS
At all prices fromW cenlH to fil Comprising all
tho MUCH nml mixtures iiiuiiiinietiirn I
OClt HT0C1C IH LAItllElt THAN KVMII
CABLB DBEIDMC
MANILLA and MAOKINAWS
I Oil
OENTLIIMKN In nil k1ihim anil pilees
NAUTICAL hTIIAWH lor Irfllllmuuil llsert
MIXED HTltAWHfnr JIIsach nml Clillilrcii Willi
Inney ninl Ilnln Hands
DUNLAP COS NEW YORK NOVELTIES
In IeltHHIraws nml Iciirl Casslmeres forHpiliur
Wear
WILLETT RUOPF
Ul5 lENNA AVKNUK
STRAW HATS
III Iriiit Aliuiulnncc
Sun Umbrellas and Parasols
AT
STITSTHIMrETZS
1237 lHNNA AVE nnxtto enr Illh Mrwl
JOHlsr KOQERS
Mnntinictiirrrnmntepnlreror
SUN UMBRELLAS PARASOLS
npin g 013 linrii tiiiirlhiMsl
E F BROOKS
Healer In
VINE IAS FIXTlIIKS
Ell IlnccntliKt ooreurnn llullillnu
CLOTHING
LOOK AT OUR
Flannel Suits
Warranted to Keep the Color
HUBUElrERS
615 Pennsylvania Ave
UNDER METROPOLITAN HOTEL
THE AVENUE
Clothing House
Tin iiKsT rtntmiit Tin most
ruN visiis 111 iiUAurin
Till NKWEHT AtssOHTJIKNTI THU LAT-
1ST SOWNIrmS
THE LOWEST PRIOES
No 93Q Penna Avenue
Tlio nttc ntlnn of llio public Is especially culled to
tlio class of loods w 0 carry bcnit those particu
larly nilnpiril to the wants of the liner tnuiv Tlio
newest desirabilities la UrntlcniGiis Wenr nronl
nnys milled to our assortment lininntlntvly xn
production
Our selection will he Annul constantly cmbruclnir
nil the very latest novelties In
Men Youths Boys and Ohiltlreus
FINE CLOTHING
In lltmukciintrlnimliignmlflntslnrcclinlleiico
comimi Ison llli the unrmeiits from any custom
otnblMmuht In thcehyund gunriintee our prices
fully Wper cent less A call only Is necessary to
demonstrate our assertions tobe positive facts
Xo 030 lKNNA AVE JfKAll lOTHfcT
lelt lt
FIFTY STYLES
SPBIM GOODS
Made to Measure at 15 to
25 per Suit
DEVLIN CO
1320 P STREET
Misses and Childrens School Slipners
50 CO nml 7x
Xew port Tics and Ilutton do for exhibitions 1
unit Slil
Mens mid Hoys Straw Hats Ironi 40c up
SK laii70 Umlerslilrts ft
Hoys Linen JaekelH anil lnnts Sc cadi
Alpaca JticketH anil lants H and up
imcc fouls W nml Bl c
Jlolmlr oniH ft anil f LSI
Our J dents Oasslmere hulls cant ho matched
at
1914 1916 Pennsylvania Ave
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435 NINTH BTHKET NOUTJIWKST
Kliuul op lor 1iiiilx It IS ami up fur Overcoats
faimiil up for Making unit Trlmnilm lnnls
Men and Boys OlotMng
HOLLMDEE BEOS
Xo 1000 lKNNSYLVAXIA AVENUK
B ROBINSON CO
The Boys Olothiers
000 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUK nu2J g
Spring and Summer Clothing
In all the Lntist btylesnt
A STBAtTS 939 Pa Ave
SPRING OVERCOATS
In Unilloss Variety nt
A SAKS CO 310 SEVENTH STREET
3S DP jaiSEDVCurVOSr
Nortliwciit OiliMellon flail
lOlUIAH CLOTHIKH AND TAILOR
Eiseman Brotliers Tailors and Olothiers
COltNElt HEVENTU AND II hTItKETH
NO IHIAXUIT STOUR IN this citv
33 HC03SC3 A1SX
oio i HTiinivr n w
JIukos tho licst irta nml til wiltH to onlcr of any
tailor In the cltv
at roriLAit rjtitiis
GEO SPRANSY 507 SEVENTH ST N W
DENTISTS
DENTAL ASSOCIATION
211 KTltrET
Thriinlonrs North of IVnnsylvniiliiavviuie
iLvritACT Tisinu rNiinu
1STITROTJS 02CIIDB
WITHOUT lAIN fur 1 inch Tooth Without
Iiih tc r nch Tiiolh Aillllclnl Teeth 7 per hLt
laid nml Amnltiim IlllhiKS Inxerleil
All Work Wnrrnntcil Klrst dnss
DR SAMUEL F NEWTON
51H NINTH IlflTTr1T tyP Opp Crlllo
STUEET lJllJN 1 Inl Olllec
WOLF
DENTIST
1210 V STUEET NOItlIIWEVr
STOVES
J R HARROVER
HOOFOUHTEENTII STHEET NOllTHWIiST
Denier In
STOVES RANGES and HEATERS
REFRIGERATORS
HTOVK ANI VUltNAtT UrlAllM
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
or
ltElItKIEltATOItH WATEU COOLEItS COOK-
lNtl KIOVKSAND UANIilX
to ho foiinil In the city nil at low prices
w s CTEJsnrcs c ca
No 717 SEVENTH STUEiyr N
W H HARROVER
010 SEVENTH KTUrETNOItTIIVIT
STOVES RANGES and HEATERS
ItOUSIVKUltNlHIIINO CIOODS
SlOVLANll FUHNAtH ltEPAIIl s
Furnaces Ranges Stoves
viiisT CLAss onons
II 1 HIMl hONS 1000 lENNA AVE
Tim stock In pxIimmIvi nml ciiilinicni tho Lniisen
riirnucc tho Wtiiren ltniwc Supeib llie placo
llenters l lftli Avemio Inilor nml other host
makes nf moves
H BIOHBY -1-17 TKNTII ST X
W uhnvu llus Olllce Denier III
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IIooIIiik ami Siiiiutlnit Jtepnlrlint of Ijuruhesnml
StoveHii Speelnlly
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HUB Oi0rilerH Hollclleil nml proniptly vxwiitcil
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