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THE EVESTIXG 01UTT0, WASHINGTON, T. 0.. FK1DAY, JUNE 30, 1882.
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ill NINTH STIIKKT NOUTItWUT,
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BY MAIL(Pu8l0Vll)0ii Year.. ..ISII
BY MAlMl'oslaae l'RhlSblt Months. .., $.5
Mall Subscription lariablyln Advance.
AHMIEH
IVKNINO OntTiO IMWMlHIXa COMPANY,
Vahinqtov, D.C.
Fntered at the Tent OOlce Id Washington at sec
ond class matter.
FrldayTJuno 30. 1882.
The greater rortlon of our news column)
to-day Is devoted to tlto lirtlculiir or
tlio execution of Charles J. Gultenu. Tho
law was fully carried out and tlio murder
of JaniC9 A. Garfield was vtndlcatcd, so
far as tlio law could vlndlcato It, at the
District Jail to-day. dultcau's taking off
was witnessed by only n small nudionca.
It would no doubt liavo licen moro pleasing
to tlio criminal had a larccr crowd bcon
present. Ills exceeding egotism was such
that, tail bo-havo been swung off In tlio
presenco of a thousand or moro pooplc,
something really dramatic might hivo re
sulted. Tho last act of tho great national
tragedy having now been performed, tho
pcoplo of this country can turn their
thoughts to como other matter, and tho
world can know that, though our mills of
law and juitico grind slow, thoy grind ex
ceeding fine
EXCURSIONS
n 01 rem xiAUPKn" rKiiuY.
J UX.Y , 1832,
A pltaftnt rMe, mountain scenery, twit n:n, cro
quet, lontinp.Ar. JInsIc ami dancing on li rue s
Inland free m charge. Ite fresh menu Rerved by
tLelhcMcr County Ico Cream Company Tralni
Mlllhtue 13. fc O. JUll. depot at 8.&in. in, and
Iiae Jeny atop. m, A seal guaranteed lo all In
rlrht-tlaw cars. Tare, round Hip Adult, $125;
ctillurcn bctw en 5 and 12 puw. toe. 'I Icfcets on
sale at Abraham's rallroHd ticket outre after
June IS. M. AKHAUAM, Manager.
TO' ion wsky roiNT.
TUESDAY, JULY 4, lftS2.
frteamer T. V. Arrow smith x 111 leao her
wharf at 8 TO a. m. sharp, returning at 10 p. ro.
Good hathlne, llhlng and crabbing, lull bnm
band, Tickets: iienlUmen, 1, ladles and chil
dren. 50c lu13 3t
DAQHAWAY CELEBIIATION OP INDH
I'lDICU DAY IN Till: COLLE3U
00 D3,
TheGeorRetonn Pashaway Reform Club, hav
Iiik obtained from Hie President of the Uorce
town Lollece permission to use tho beautiful
gro e on the Coll or o grounds, know u as
IUCKOIIY-3UT HILL,
J repose holding a Temperance Picnic and Grand
Call) eft ho (riemlsof temperance at the above
uaimd place on JULY 4 ,
borue of the best orators In tho country will
mnke addresses on the occasion. A large pall
Ion has been erected and an excellent hand of
xru!c engaged. A plentiful supply and every de
Mrahle refreshment, lnrludlnK Ice creumn, con
ftctlonery, etc. fold on the grounds at tho lowest
piicia, lucre 11! be tine
VOCAL MUSIC
by coodstnecers; In fact, e ervthmz necessary for
the entertainment of tbelrlriends has been pro
lded. No one ill bo permitted to brine Intoxi
cailnc drinks on the grounds, nor wilt any Intox
icated person be allowed to enter.
hiapt a 111 run from the corner of Thirty-second
(II Igh) and M Uridpce) streets every Ji e minutes.
Come one, come all.
Tickets. 25 cents, no charge for children.
M. A. MtflOWAN,
A. J. yilRY.
W. U. HUTCiriNS,
tuC9-4t Committee.
Post, Ilepnhllcan aod Star.
LOWER CEDAR POINT.
(WAbniNGTOS'S CONEV ISLAND.)
Select Daily Family Excursions
The palace steamer J. W. THOMPSON, will
mike excursions to this popular resort, com
mircIngbUiNItAY. Juno 5, lraIng wharf foot
ol blxth street DAILY, except Mondays, at 8.30 a.
id, 'i ne management reserves me num to iane
up an v tickets at boat and return money for name
Pu&iilvtly no Improper characters allowed on
beat or grounds.
Materoums resen cd for families.
bait water bathing, fishing, dancing on waxed
floor. Ac, and a ' shore dinner." Music by Prof.
ristorlo a Brass and fotrlng Hand.
niCKKTS (Hound Trip) 50 cU.
For further Information apply nt bt. Marc
Iloicl.
jeG5bpcclal nrranEement1 made with societies,
tiuls and other organizations, Ju2C-tf
riUK POTOMAC FRUIT GROWERS'
IM-
A. I'llOVJ-MJINT C031FANY
AVillccmnipncolilUltSDAY, June IS, dally ex
rniFionB to Qlymout on Steamer Jvyport, leaving
Vtb st. wLartatSa. ni.end3p.ui, Iteturnlne ,lca o
Glj mont at 1 p. ni. and u p. m. 1'are, round trip,
aUulis, 60 cents; chllitrin,5cenlA. lleduced rates
10 hodclks and Clubs ran bo obtained ol
3. Orvllle Johnson, WJ 1'ennsylvnnla avenue.
Iso contracts made with other boats will
lip recognized for use of pavilion or grounds at
Oh mout, except present aereements. Dr. K. 1.
IIOVLAyi), brcTftar. J12tt
Boi roit cmrAT falls ajjd cabin
3Q11N UlllUdUI
'1 he steamer Kxcelalor, canal packet, will make
her rpRiilar trips to the above places on MONDAY,
WJJiMhDAY, FRIDAY AND HUNDAYl
leafntrher wharf, Congress street and Canal, at
b o clock a. m. sharp. I'ore. 60 cents round trip.
Can be chartered Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day. For Information, Inquire at GIVA.Y & II II
lON'H 'JDS DihtL, opposite Centre Market, orO,
PLKA&U11K EOATH. of the latest styles, to
hire at all times on erv reasonable terms.
ana oarsmen Eunpiu-a n necessajy,
bv Josenh
raescno, ain ana any waier si,
near lllchst,,
Ju0-3m
Ctoigctown, D O.
-VUANTIOO PAVILWON. .
Beginning SATUIIEAY, June 10, the Popular
fcKniner KKYTOKT, takes the place of
the Kxcelslor on this route.
Quantko Is a delightful bathing resort. Boating,
il&nlng, croquet hhootlng gallery, archery,
cjuolts and other amueemints.
Dining room and Iteataoraut a special feature.
Htramer leaves Hevcnth street wharfatfl. a. m.
and SJ) p.m.
roblthLlyno tickets sold to disorderly or lm
prober persons.
?OUKD-TlUF TICKETS. OO CENTS. iu9
AND
MOUNT VERNON SFItlNdS.
bTlAUIt MAItY WAS1IINOTON. having
b u thoroughly overhauled and newly rurnlsheo.
Id runnlrg excursions to the above places.
lor Occoquan lalls, bundays ana Wednesdays.
boAt-it t InftrVft enl h bt r f i I wharf ttunduy s at w w
a. in., retnrnuig atsp, rn,; Wednesdays a-ttta.
rtiiirmiiKtii o ! (u cmv, (uuuu irij, cui.
itount Vernon bpringa, fcalurdaj s, leaving whart
at tt a. m., returning at & p.m. fare, round trip.
10 cents.
Music and dancing on all trips except
ruuda;
L H. iUUBlO UV TOI. A. U. LJOU lilXli
He
objectionable parties allow ed on the I mat.
K. 8,
iCANUAr.r,,
Proprietor.
NErl'MTJS FOK EXCURSIONISTS.
BAItDINEff IN Oil,,
BAllUINEH IN M.UTAHD,
HI'lC'Kll HAHIlINI- U,
HAItlHNKH IN TOMATOES,
i-OTTKI) CHIOKKN.
POTTKKTOltKKY,
I'OTTFD HAM.
rOTl'KOTONOUB,
i
rTJlTJtlJ It A M K.
OOItNtD 11KKP CANNED.
nvli.i
:v
f CANNJKrSHItlMPrt,
PIOKlJlpJXlllSTKllS,
JKLMIfi JCAI.Lbl-YI.Va,
BW1SKT YilixUV), , -
rnohHK jiElfJKWKLL's rjfKiOJ,
VTOIKNI-IATO8ANl
S JJGlTIJiH CUOICiicUinET WINE, (I.
EHsOISSEtL,
1014 Seventh Street Northwest.
JU30-61
ZEEP'S SHIRTS,
417 BKVENTH 8T. NOUTU WEST.
O. P. BUEDETTB, Solo Agent.
EMOISTOI & GO,
1SS9 Sc 1Q41 IF ST.
HAVE A SV1A
Mess la'W
On Somo Stylos wo aro Ovorstockod.
Our Prices have ken MarM Bowa 50 cents ani $1 on the Pair.
WI3 CAN
A Good Calf Tie, Pointed Toe, at $3.50.
Low Three-Button Shoes, at $3.00 and $3.50.
Cloth Top Low Button, at $3.00.
Our Nobby Styles that wore $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00, you
can buy for $4.50, $5.00 and $6.00.
Wo Mako -this Reduction 30 as Not to Carry Ovor Goods
to tho noxt soason. Our Intention is Each Soason to have
an Entirely Now Stock.
VIS
vie
Giii Bargains.
OrrEHINCJ THIS WEEK n Laroo Lot of Ex
tra Fino Fancy ramsota at half price, at
ONE LOT Or LADIES' DRESSING S ACQUIS!
carried over Irom lost season, all In good
condition, at half price, at
DA.VIS'.
A
COMPLETE LINi: of Children's Dresses,
lust rmrc based from n larsre manufacturer.
'at about one-half their value and marked accord
ingly, at
DATVIS'
OTKAYiT GOODS at astonishingly Low Trices, nt
DAVIS'.
TAnaAiNs in odd lots GLOviis, nin.
jL bons, Kans, ilLc.t at
DAVIS'.
SAsn xttnnoNs, bwiss kboes, polka Spot
Kdfies llandkercbleftrientalljacea, Gloves,
Cretonne i-ans, and all kinds of Fancy Goods ana
Kotlons, at the very Ion est market prices, at
TD.A.VIS'.
BEST r.OODS.Mo&tttelfable Makes, and Low
est Ibices, at
710 BIAKKET Sl'ACE. Cor. 8tll St.
We Are Iw Mer Roof,
The Plasterers and Carpenters are at work. Wo
positively expect to opeu In the early Fall.
Vt'e must prepare fr removal.
iREiD-craiTOiixr
In every department,
to 50 per cent.
All goods reduced from 30
Ve will not. shall not, dare not carry any old
Goods Into our new Building.
Our assortment Is still complete, but we shall
buy no more goods to leplenlsli our present Stores
as we must close out every department as near as
posMble
Goods on hand when ready for removal 111 be
sold at Auction.
1,000 ricces Beautiful
Polka Dot and Figured
lawns
at 5 cents, Warranted fast colors.
300 Pieces extra wide and fino
VICTORIA LAWNS
at 8 cents, reduced lrom 15 cents.
0,000 Yards Beautllul
LAOS B-cnSTTIIfcTGK,
In all tlie leading Bnrlnc shades and black at 10
cents per ord, reduced from ii cents.
0.000 Yards, hair-wool CAHITMEIIE reduced
to 10 cents, In all tue new shades,
330 Pieces Iteautlful CANTON OIKOHAMS,
all of this season's manufacture, reduced tot) cts.
'J hey liae been sold during tho entire season by
ether merchants at 14 cents, although our price
has at no time been abo e liii cents,
Two thousand all
LINEN LAP COVERS,
extra-size, in ten different patterns, at 53 cents,
reduced from 1.23.
Every article In onr Stores reduced from 30 to M
per cent.
We must prepare for Removal.
Do not consider this Idle talk, Svery lady In
Washington knows the magnitude of our stock: ,
which vt e can safely state Is three times a large ad
the sloclc of any other merchant In this city.
Therefore, prepare for Jlargalus, ua hy the time
wemuKelnto our NEW JIOUHE we ezpoctto
reduce"he stork to the smalleat In the city. The
Goods arti all fresh, having tent all our old trash
to New York auction, to he sold to the hitf.host
bidder. Call early In the morning to &vola the
Immense rush.
404 ana 406 Soventh St.
Gas Cooking Stoves,
For Bale at tho Gaslight Office,
TENTH 6THBET.
up".)
3STOBTKC-WEST,
LISK 01'
SELL VOU
Just as f e Tlioilit
i
Tie People Avail Themselves of
Our Generous Offer.
Two Divisions Made of the Entire Stock
of Casskerc Goods.
One dlIsIot we call "Odd? and Ends,"
other we name "Our Eegularfetock."
In the "Odds and Suds" v, e place
MalaiiCu of otir $20
EngllsD Wear Resisting Suits at -10.
Tne telance of onr $18
English Ctt Suits at 10,
lie Balance of onr $16
Domestic KnicMoto Suits at 10.
All tte Small Lots of $15
Cleyiot and Cassimere Snits at 10.
All of tne Small Lots of $13
Cieyiot and Cassimere Suits at 10.
The Entire M-'Ruplar" ani
"OusaMEnuS"of$12SnitsNow10.
In the "Odds and Ends" there are fully 500 suits
from v, hlch 3 ou can select a suit at 10.
Eegular Stock,
In the Ilegular iStock not a filngle Cassimere
Suit has escaped the marking don n process.
The $25 Suits are. now $20.
The $22 Suits are now $18.
The $20 Suits aro now $16.
The $19 Suits are now $15.50.
The $18 Suits are now $15.
The $15 Suits are now $12.50.
All tho 1 12 Knits have been placed with the
"Odds and Ends" at (10.
Woulsliit distinctly understood that the re
ductions are confined to Casslinere Suits and Cos
blmere l'ants. No other eoods, such as
Seersndcer.Serses.ElannBls, Linens
&C d.0., AC.
With theexcentlonoflargelotsof
LINEN VESTS,
Which we have Marked Down to Nearly
One-Half their Value.
A. Saks & Go,
Strictly One-Price Clothiers,
316 and 318 Seventh St.
( lUOIOJSUUTIfliOWISIHJ
from wy own green-boou, la Ualonlown (dr.
ulthed for al l ootHiorA
N. niuj2n, ytonibT,
SUfl y trtt oortnwuit.
I
DRY GOODS.
Will Open Monday SIornlnB, In their
Wbito Goods Department,
rifly Plecm While Dimity Striped Tjiwii 3C-lnehes
wide, at 12)i rents per ard. Tlio best White
Dress rubrics ever sold for the price,
KUly Pieces White Heal Swtia Lawns, cloches
w Ide, only 22c and 2vc per yard.
Thee (roods arn 15 tnchci wider than most
law ns, and are worth more money than we ask-,
Hamburg Department.
Fifty Tleces 8-RowRwI3 Polka Dot Hamburg
for trimming wblto dresses, only 12H cents per
yard.
too Pieces Nainsook Embroidery,
In Wldc.nandiomernttenn at only 2J rents per
yard, worth fully SJH cents per yard, at tho
Boston Dry Ms in,
FEXXA. AVE.
IF AHASOLS,
Sun Umbrellas, '
Silk, Satin, India Linen
and Laces
BELOW COST TO CLOSE.
J. b. -z-o-cnsTG-,
730 AND 7U 7TII ST.. BET. O. AND II.
BUY YOUH
Linen -Damasks, Napkins and
Towels of
LUTTRELL & "WINE,
aOTIt ST. AND PENNA. AVE. my6
PABASOLS AT COST.
TYLER & OHEWNING,
mj-81 918 SEVENTH ST, NORTHWEST.
SUMMER GOODS
Being cloicd out at greatly rednced prices, at tho
popular Dry and Fancy Goods store of
WM. It ItTIYEY.
RILEY BTJILBINO, COnNKK NINTH ANDB
BTnEElHW. W. )U27
3STE-W STTIwUvIEIt GOODS.
Elegant Line of Cornets, Bplondld Styles In
Hosiery, Dress Goods of all kinds cheap, Domes,
tlo Goods nt bottom prices.
L. BEHREND'S Baltimore Cash Store,
008 SEVENTH STREET N. W,
mj 9
GEO. F. HARBIN,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, &o.
OILCLOTHS AND ITATTINaS.
319 Pennsylvania are. s. e Capitol Hill.
imco
Palais Royal
Immense Reduction!
IN THE TRICE OF
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
PONGEES, WHITE SATINS,
FANCY PARASOLS,
bXjA.ce: satin,
In Moires, rialn and u Itli Rufllcs,
Brocaded and Plain Satin
Parasols,
Lace-Trimmed Parasols,
212 DIFFERENT STYLES
TO SELECT FROM.
MUST IIIJ SOLD REGARDLESS OF
COST.
LOT NO. 1.
Toimcr price, f 3 25 ; present price, $2.20.
LOT NO. 2.
Former price, ?5; can now hohad tor $3.10.
LOT NO. 3.
Former price, tS.05; prosont prlco, $1.18,
LOT NO. 4.
Bold last week tor $0.35; can now be bought
tor Jd.08.
LOT NO. !.
rorinor price, $7.85; slaughtered now (or
J5.0S.
LOT NO. 0,
rorracr price, tOAO; cloelng out prlco, $0.80.
Call at once for Choice Assortment,
PALAIS ROYAL.
IMPORTED HATS & BONNETS
Millinery Novelties, Artistic la Design and Style
I. L. BIiOUT'S,
710 SEVENTH BTEEET NOETHWEST.
Opened an Elegant Assortment of
Shetland Shawls, Mew Laces,
Nainsook and
Swiss EmbroJcries,
AT LOW PRICK).
MRS. SELMA RUPPERT,
COS NINTH STREET, oppo. l'atont Offloo.
C. BAUM,
416 Seventh St. Northwest.
-A.. S. TAYLOR,
JUbTICBOr Tlin I'JtACE. NOTAIiyrOD.
LIO AND COMMIBHIONKK Ol' VKV.DH.
oaice. miy treit n. w. luamt
GENUINE
STJITS,
I1KST IN THE WOULD,
$1S EDR STJIT.
A. SAKS & CO.,
310 and 318 Seventh St,
HA HAI UM WB BTHUOK A IQ
bonanza la getting the agency for the
Queen cteur, for tncy ara guaranteed to be
r Havana filled So. cigar, af the California
Ocean
proprietor, b'ale it eat for the noted brand. Jut
f flOui art Mm
BOOKS AND SrATiONLRK
Now Law and Miscellaneous Books
Morawetton Trlvate Corporations! J6.
rHnouieron Jiiinnunu ami mif, to.
Digest orFIro Insurance DeclMonr 2rots,t SS0.
TTlrr on Intsncv and Va enure. 2d edition! (J 0,
ThftFreres.hy Mn, Alexander; (1.
rrudence, liy Jncy 0. Llllle; 00c,
woney AincinR fiir ijatiiewj iwc.
Physical Kdurntlon, by Oswolti: $L
The Drain and Its Functions, by J. Lny JIW.
Dlistoryof Ancient Kfrypt,2 vols., by Prof. Daw
linwn: tn.
Bolenre an
pure and Culture, by Prof. JTuxleyi 11.50, ..
in
city.
The largest stock of Stationery lnooxes In tho
W. H. MORRISON,
Law Bookseller and Stationer,
47 renna. ave. tur.
myll
33003ES.
Fancy end Mercantile Stationery.
LOOK AT OUIl air. TtOV OF PAPKH AND
ENVELOl'Ka.
DECKER 5 CO.,
1111 V BTIIEET NOIITIIWEST.
a. a. ixjk.sbxjIj,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
Wholesale Rnd Retail.
ap!7 -123 N1KTI1 MTUKBr NORTHWIMT.
jA.. 3sa:ccitEA.s.Tr,
BOOKB dc BTja-TIOlSTBRTT
P34 SEVENTH STItrET N. W. mr2
WOOD AND COAL.
J. M WHEATLEY,
'Wlioltsale and Retail Dealer tn
Best Qualities Anthracite and Bit
uminous Coal, Pine, Oak and
Hickory Wood,
Builders' and Contractors'Suppllos
Sole Agent for tho Nowbora, N. Y.,
Plaster, and tho Cumberland,
Md., Hydraulic Cement.
Talr Prices and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
OFFICE AND YARD,
Cor. lull. Aw . Second nml O t. N. W.
FOR EXCURSIONISTS.
Totted ITam.
Potted 'longue.
Potted HeeE
Potted chicken,
Potted Game,
Lunch Tongue.
Whole Boned liam.
IJraw n
Corned Beef.
Turkey Livers.
bhrlmp.
Curried Oysters.
Pickled Ojsters.
PIrkled Lobster.
Whole Honed Chicken.
Hnrdineslnoll tomatoes and truOles,
"Wooden Plates.
Paper Napkins.
B. W. BEEFS SOIS
iai6 F Street Northwest.
mySI
Dealer in FINE FAMILY ortOCEIUKS, Teas,
"W Ines. Liquors and Tahlp Luxuries.
COIt. BKVENIII AND L BTltKhfB N. V.
nr ii, h. cibsel.
1014 SEVENTH BTIIEET NORTHWEST,
fikj: iuocKitn:s an'i i.niuoiw.
BARltODK & HAMILTON,
Wholesale
FLOCIl, WINE AND (IUOCERY MERCIIANT8
H37 60. 041 Iiulnlana Avenue. 1n2S
HATS AND UMBRELLAS.
Broad Brim Straw Hats
AND
DUNLAP'S NEW YORK HATS,
AT
WILLETT & RUOPP'S,
Iul5
003 TENNA- AVE.
SPRING HATS.
Fcarl Casslrueres and Pearl Derbys.
Complete Stock of STRAW HATS
Tor Gentlemen, "youths and Children.
STINEMETZ'S, HATTER,
ap!7 1237 PENNSYLVANIA AVE.
SIO.1IU.VI) & GOLDMAN,
hTOAW OPENINO.
All tho Latest Mjlos.
430 faeventli btreet Northwest.
it Half tlieir Talne
TO CLOSE OUT.
LOW QTIAETEE, SHOES
Button, Ties,
Sandals, Slippers,
Lasting Gaiters,
L, leiltaun,
No. 402 Seventh St,,
Sign! The Old Woman in Window.
Clothier and Tailor,
507 Seventh Bt. Northwest.
MAY BUILDING, Of TO. P. B. POST OFFICE
TANNHAUSER BEER.
Brew ed by the RerKner A En gel Brewing Co., and
bottled by II. RENZLKR A CO., is uovr ready,
and orders cau be lelt at 0J3 D street n, w, apil
HAVING REMOVED
TO OUlt
NEW STORE, 427 7th St.
Opposite the Old Bland, we cordially Invite our
friends to call.
CAUL TETKKaKN, V27 TIM BT. N. W.
shirts i shirts; shirts
AOoodBhirtfor toe.
A Huvall BUlrt for 650.1 flnlbe4.T5c.
AWuntutta Uhlrt for75ci Unlined.We.
A FuUtod llosona BliVrt for OSa; IliiiiheJ, (1.
Bblrta to order peclaltjr. totlatocUoo Kuaa
teed, at
B. II. KIXERY & O0.'B,
t No. 1112 Ftri'f northwest.
ClIKAl'HHT
PIEB -WORKS
IN Tlin CI'l'V. AT
PEABODY'S,
ill 7TH BT. N. W.. tliree door below OdJ-l'el.
low' Hall. tipij
TfTUY NOT ICAVH YOUJl FCinNITUJlB
V llepalred and Mattresses Keaovated by
HODY fc bONT lor they are amoujr the best
repairers In the D.U. Come, Come all and gl ou$
a call, All orders promptly attt aded to hy
JOHN H. BODY & OT.
MiylCg OU ttlST Br. N. W,
S. N. MBYBRr
U23 BEVKNTH BT. N. W.( HOT. I AND K
Ueadiju&rtersfur
OILT & SILVER TRIMMINGS
KEQAUAB AND IAIOKli
UiKlmVlnlar
H. HOLLANDER,
DKAl.KU in
I rtVilrin fllisitvfli'n H.nd HoilHB.
Umna, UiMDWIU O,' ttUU tUOUT
I Fumiahlnir UpodS.
408 SEVKNTJI 8TEKKT NOUTUWKST
ron REH7 Houses.
AdTertlnemouU ofThreo Hnea under this head
Inserted S tlran for 15 cents.
TrVAiV''''VVT'-2'TlV T1TK VPAIl.-A VriMT.
J claM-room brick hone: all mod Imiwltn
cellar, ro. Mausi.n.w.t Tupernionui.
how er A Hon, 1212 1' tt.
Itnen-
JuH-tf
Inon nnsT-LAnoE coustoy hour
' abundant sbade; near railroad station: ta
bllnr.cte. Inquire or 1:. M. Hack, Crltlj omee.
JnlCfit
Ion Itl'NT-Ml MASt. AVK. N. K., AND
J No. 10 Klslitli tt. n. e.,Cnpllol Hint water,
pas, range and bath: both bouses In Rood order
nndcood neighborhood, Thos.
V. Smith, I.uml
ber Dealer
rIAI'E MAY -TOn IlKNT, A 2JHO0JI
itn.rtiinff ttmie. fiirnlvherl: 17 sleenlnir rs l
near Cnngrtss Hall: foil ocean lel lor ren
rheart: owner and family will hoard four w eeks.
Afnfytol. M, Hall. Capo May Cltr, N. J. lnH
FOR RENTnooms.
Irion hunt-two vnnY tlhasant run
J nlshed commnnlentlna rooms on second
lloor, with brlato bath room; southern gt
rosure;at 031 M st. n. w: refereuco exchanged.
Ju3-1t
Irion nr.xT TitnKK on vivb cool run
: ulahed or unfurnWhed roomq, 914 11 st. s. wr,
J3 tl
TOnRKNT-THnKENICKLYFUItNISltnD
jkJ rooms on necona noor, mou. improvemenis.
rao 5th st. n.w.j one on third floor.
JuM
Ior nr.NT-FunNisni:p on ujjpun.
7 nwhed rooms; all modern convenience. Ill
1) U n. w. J nil at
I noil HKKT-THE COOLT.ST ROOMS IN
: tlio cltrj elegantly furnished; bath-room,
ftc: Capitol lllll: overlonklPK Capitol grounds
and city, terms low. ion 1st st. cor. 1'a, ave. s. e.
Ja 8t
Inon hext-onii fuiinniirii llOOSf,
! suitable for a gentleman, at 415 Ninth st. n w
ntpper nyintli. livn-lf
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
I'rtOR BAI.lf-VIOLIN MADE IN CIIEMONA,
: Ital',2G9 jearsngo. AnvoncwUhlngtosee
It will plcn.e call ntJ(X)3 OsL.West Washington;
the imlrumenmasmadoln lfll7. JuiMt
I7lOn.BALi:-A COTrAOE
eleen acres of ground; c
lioosn WITH
:ood outhullillnzs
nnd excellent nater. on tho 11. a 1. It. It.; tweUo
miles irom wnniugton; immetuaiciy at station.
Apply at the Ctltlo udlcc. juJ)
IjionBAi.B-urnionT piano, ti-soct..
? thri'A stiings, nearly new, with stool and
cover, ZU0; terms, $S3 cash, balance to suit the
purchaser; monthly payments; alsosmlth Amcr.
Icnn oigan; flrst.rlasR; 83. Worch's Up town
Up ti
in-'
riano Htore. USD Tenth Bt.
CAIinlAOKS. CAltUIAOES. CAIlltlAOra.
rl he cheapest place In the city to buy New
and becond'hand Carriages anil IttiRgica ot all
Kinds. v. ik bi -iijiiiji M,
ap4-amo
No. 400 PnsA. Ave.
F0nBAI.E-8PlNEII0rtSESil SUITABLE
loracart: will rpII cheap. Call at the Alder
ney Dairy lepot. 414 Third street n. w. dean!
Ill AM Id 816 1 St.
Tor the last six months our business has been
eo great that on busy day we hae been forced;
for want of room to
Torn Avay Honflrefis of Customers.
We have therefore decided to add
Fifty Feet to Our Present Building.
The Builders will go to work July 5. Our Stock
must be
REDUCED at a SACRIFICE
V lth that short time.
Ppectal attention called to the following bar
Cains:
One Lot Ladie3 Best Make French
Kid Button Boots, worth 54.50; re
duced to $3.
One Lot Ladies' Feather-Weight,
Hand-sewed Kid Button Boots,
worth $4 ; reduced to S3.
One Lot Ladies' Kid, Goat and Foxed
Button Boots. Cheap at $1.25;
down to 95c.
One Lot Ladies' Three-strap Sandels
down to 70c.
One Lot Ladies' Box-toe Low Button ;
value $1.25 reduced 50 $1.
One Lot Boyo' and Youth's First-class
Fine Calf Low Ties, Button and
Oxfords, valued .at S3; down to $2
and $2.50.
One Lot Gent's Fine Calf, Glove, Kid
and Goat Low Ties reduced from
S2.50 to $2.
One Lot Gent's Most Durable and Com
fortable Low Shoes in the District
down to St. 25.
One Lot Misses' and Children's Fine
Sandels, Ties and Low Button from
Si down to 75 cents.
One Lot Children's Fine-heeled and
Spring-heeled Button down to 75c.
Shop Worn Goods and Many Odds and
Ends at half their value.
Call while our ttocL. is complete.
WM. HAHN'S,
RELIABLE SHOE HOUSE,
816 Seventh Street,
SIGN: KED BtirrEIl,
WtANClI. H2 TENNA. AVE.
CL0THINO.
Spring Goods
ILVCEIISr'S V5TB-A.R.
A. Large AnorUnent of New Style
AT
DEVLIN & OO.'S,
10J30 F 8TKBET.
410 7th St
p?:
SB1.25
TARGET RFuE
!
JruttOatl FnTl'arect Practice Indoors and out
doors! Excellent for Hunting and Kllllnellata
(Jala, Bnnlrrels etc, Notaeleas oa an airgunl Will
blioot a liullet or Dart coo feet, and can be in.
stantly clianged to as to be as harmless as a toy
eunl Just tbo weapon for Ladles and Oenta to
Practice Target bbootlngl It is better than a
" GATTL1NG GUN"
OB A
"KENTUCKY RIFLE"
ore a Boy's nsel Kutlre length, 39 Inchon. Five
bl el pointed Arrows, ilulleui Targets, etc, free.
I'jice, couiilete, by mall, l.st3.
O'MEAltA'S Fishing Tackle Depot,
1317 l'a, Ave , 1Vashlne.Um, D. O.
N. 11.-We are Manulacturers' agent and supply
the trade at low rate..
at3
JP8 BritlNauunillNO,
YouwiB'
BTOINliiiUH'HINq,
srniNo oi)THiNa,
('lIU.imKNH'
DIlT)f ISJfl ..rki 111 K(l
J. , i
GRNTI.KMKN'B
" Those who desire
ill UIWH !- HMa
tastefully, and to
do fco eoouonil
cally, are reoom
uieuded to exam
our block or
JtKAD V.WADK (IWI 1IINO.AND FUHNISH.
WIIC3S8 M)W AH T1IM JXWJ2OT ELSE-
JIOAH WALKER0O
jn, IC1 1'ennsylvanla aveuue.
TT- IIU1I Tlirr.Ti.
DOUR PKLIA
MlM IHtlT.
XJ Tbo Beat In the City,
For bala by r. tt-'JIKlUDKIt A BON,
ruySS
Penna, ave. and Istb st
y GLOTHIERy
c - y?
fj
FREE ADVERTISING.
AittrtivmtnU imrfrr the hcail of'SUtuiitcm
Wanted" mi Uclp WmtM" uill hereafter
it inserted in Tim Kvkninci CntTio ihrtt
timet FREE. We intite our friendi wUhing
tituatieni or help to avail themaeheiof this
offer. Aruvers directed in care of Cbitio
OJpce will receive careful aitmtion. Sxuinest
ailrertitemevtt three tiiicJ three (imr for go els.
WANTED Help Female.
TrtrASTKli A nitvn ntnrTltAT HAH
,V had some experience in dressrnaltlhjr, but
not competent, wo
roula like to eet with a itooa
IUIU
dressmaker under instruction: iswiutnir anain-
teretted In the. trade.
Address Mollie, Critic of-
nee.
Wantkd-onh KxrKnir.scnD rmE?s
maker; colored preferred: at (lre3smaklnt?
I'arlors Ko. vo n ft. s.c. W
ANTHIJ-A WHITR OtrtT. TO ASSIST IN
housework and wllllne to work; referonco
required. Apply bet. 2 and 4 p m., nt room l".
Bl, Cloud HulldlnRi cor. 7th and F st. Ju"l
TT7"ANTKI)-A COJtPKTnNT OIHI, TOT
TV general housework. Apply at 1201 E si
nrANTED-TWo on Titncn
-ANTEH-TWO
tent flrcHxmalc
COMPE
V tent tlrcHsmakprs. Call immediately a
y a
Jul
Jirs. Wllson'n, 1111) Ninth st. n. vt.
-T-TTANTET1-A WOMAN
TO COOK, WAS1
VV and iron; ono to remain at night.
Appi
Jut
at iui3 1'ennn. aro, n. w.
TirANTED-A (IOOD, JIKUA11I.B WUIT
VY nomantoalst in assorting linen, Hc, i JK
I)eiter I'onnilrv, Till sixth st n. w. i Jy.
WANTED Help Male.
"YtrANTEn-AT DRIVER H 8USIMER OA
TT uen, uiii'tnna. ave., leniiMi-ciass want
must come yen recommended jm
ITfASTED-A OOOT) fiTEXOCmAPIini
V prollclcnt In renph andhookkerplnffdo
euii vvaissksav ajuisa iui.iitiiuii i lic;ili vua
any kind: lust of references clcn. Address J-
II . Critic nfllrp. JntD 3t
TTTAKTm IMMEDIATELY, TIIftEn
TT lonrncynicn painters. Apply at lsci, 1811
RTHT IM IHMlIfl nr, n. w.
WANTED Situations Female.
TTrANTllD-A blTUATION AS A CIIILD'b
V nurse; good reference; willing to lptve tho
cltv. Address Msrv Jackson. Jo. 1331 XaLlnr'l
alley. Jna
23 A
XXfAKTED-HV AN ELDErtTAIWHtTE WO
T V man,asltualIon tonurso oraUtln house
ISO- 1
10 1
w ork w here there is no ashing; can furnish too
rrcomrnoation irom last place. Aauresa i. . '
Critic OBlce. Jnr
TTTANTED-LADY
PIANIST, VOCALIST,
lent: seaside or country:
W wishes an engagement;
(salary email. Address Muitc, Critic oillce.
J 1128 t
-V"ATEP-A ItCSPFCTAHLi: COLOItBD
TT fjlrX wishes a place forpeneral housework:
hi n private famlljj beat city rUercuce, Addresi
Jfary.tOJlBt n. w. jiga
TrANTED-BV A WJIITJ: LADY, A 8ITU-
TV nllon as housekeeper Ina small prlvato i
famllr. Addrr A.. ritln otllce. JuZR J
WANTED Situations Male.
1
TXT ANTED BY A YOUXO COIX)RED MAN,
TV a situation as driver for a private family
oraerncerv&tore: can brine Kood reference. An
ply at yo. 1921 Sth st. n, w JnJ3
"TrANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS DRES3
TT floods salesman, a permanent situation In
a Rood house; eight j ears' city experience, very
bfst references furnished. Addrtaa Salesman.
City I'ostofllcp. JuJQ
WANTED Miscellaneous.
IJERSOXS WISHING TIIEIIt SIDKWALKS
. laid, or any kind of palndone, vtll find Itto
their advantage to call on or address 3J, Illordan.
611 N Fit. n.w.t District rcrmlt work asoecialtv:
will pUe entire sail t fact Ion. Ju 29 3t j
-TTTANTED-BY A LADY, WHO WILL RE- .
T inuiutaiunuumiui; 1110 summer, cupyiui j -.
to do at home, patent Bpeclficatlons, lefjal doen -4
mcnt3, Ao-jsatlsiactlon guaranteed. Address M X
E. Ii. Critic otucc; hi
TTT A NTr.T) A TinflM TN A PTITVATKVAM ,
YY lly by a lady; rent about ?3 per luonth 101
summer months northwestern section n referred 1
Address A. A., Critic office. )u2-3t j
TTrANTi:D TO RENT-SECOND ORTniRD
V lloor furnished rooms, at 1324 Eleventh st 1
n. w. jn2S-3t J
BOARDING.
KVW JUVVVWVVWl
"TI T-R. WM fiUITU'd ROARDINO-IIOUrfE.
IVi No. 806 Est., cor. Ninth (It'ley Kulldlnfr) i
i-or regular ana transient rooms, 'cjc.,7&c. anu :i i
ner da : table board. tlS ncr month: slncle meals. I
iHc. JnJ2yJ
THE LEXINGTON,
Corner Fifteenth street and New York aveiu
iinrtlmpRt. 1'lensant and central location, onnc
BltcJmc Treasury Deoartment. nud at thelunctloi?
of three lines of street railroads. 1'ermanenn
nnd transient hoarders can now be accommo-1
dated with pleasant rooms. Also tablo board at 1
summer raten-tso per month Irom 131 or July.
JuCT-lm MRS. $f. I. COrXKY. lVonrletrpm.
LOST AND FOUND.
TT OST A BLACK ANI) TAN flYP. WI
I J nlnsli rolltir and bell: tat? No. 161. A
rcwrrd will bo paid if returned to It. A. White-
hand, 604 D St. D. v. Ju2.1-H
LOST ON DrCKMRHR 4, 13SJ, PKNSIOX
eeitlficato of William If. Miller, No IVj.iw,
iiiboiiik irom u,, ireaeury to riavy-iara-ino
tinufrwui iiiease return iui
same to William
1112-1 it
If. MIUer.fiUl-irthBt.s e.
PERSONAL
A VOTTNn MAN OP MEANS DRHIHC4 THE
J. acnualntanco of a 11 ely youns lady, object.
mutual tnjoj ment,
rietso address Joe, Crltlo of J
J ICC,
ju:jai
PLnABISUNDKRSTAND-THKQUAllTT
buckets of Hon son's delicious Ice ere
at 3-1 cents are not delivered: It Udeilverel in
nt'0ceniBanuart.tl23acallon. DeDOt. 1101 U
st. n. w. ju2fl-J j
-tv vnTT"WANTmnrxToni.UYAiiAi i
I nr nrc-iui 1.0 sum tn pxamlna mv stock befoil
iurcl AsinR; will guarantee you ft saving of 2.'ptl
rriu; iinoH iifbl ciiujs, n uau uii wwni "' J
atore, yj icniii su ju-o
rinE FKRSOKH WID -TOLE MY WATCL
JL. last niRiit ere know jiinotieaatine doqk i
6iunu, iiv renn, a e . tiier wm oe proiecuiuu.
Ju28 2t
TZ. HOOVER, PRIVATE DETECTIVC
Call at or address No IMlNlnth st. n. w.;
Use telephone care 1'aul K(lnleln,druir(rlst,Nlntht
nnd 1' bis. Omcehours7to8a,m.and7tobp. m.
FOR RENT Miscellaneous.
fOH RENT A WKLUFUIINISUED OF.
JL nce, secona noor iront, opposite iuu ub
ibi iA.ix.MAilnMin A fMrcao A H If OrllaBI" ( 'r 1 1 11
Address Advertiser, Crltlo
offlce.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
brin wilVhuyleasi: and nx-
rl ll II I tntf. nt a well ('Btabllsliel llauoi
ioi on Kevtuth Bt.: larpo dwelling ntticiied.1
Adlre llargaln, Critic oillce. )n2a-3t
GENUINE
English Seersucker,
Made Up Samo ns Seen Eerywuere,
$6.50 PER STJIT3
Made Up In Our Own Style,
$8.00 PER SUIT.
A. SAKS & CO.,
810 and 318 Seventh St.
jjm.Ol' INTEREST TO HOUSBKBBPBB3.
HULL VAPOR COOK STOVES,
Always ahead, Tbo Pioneer 'of all for Excellency
and Superiority. Newest Varieties and Largest
Assortment. Do not sufltr any longer from,j
heated homce, but moke thorn cool and vef"
by tte use of one of Hul' Vapor Cook Bin f
Purest Caroline for Bale, f
Refrigerators Way" Dow n In Price. 1 1
Itemcmber the Bole Agency i ;,e
SIMPSON & GtU",,
luM 1005 PENNA. "y
" A1B
TO BUY TIIJ5,
TUB MOT ,K
and cheapest Lair r
T. BOOH ir
Water Waves,from3)J
UD 10 I'v. mwu'iww J
llalr Bought and Eichani
Wgk
nt U
r
tiSI
I
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