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WASIlIfrGTOK UKLTEO
CITY SMC I A 1.1.
rino Under. l'luo lttittor.
James I' Oidtn:
Wain orflre l'o nvenuonnd mil sin-el
3lnrkel Mnnds 1'lh st wing Centre Market
Ai nun to ttrotiM our patrons nnd the
public tlmt we nro not In nny vvnv connected
AMlu III" nwiimiiiH fining nv-it vumiiiii.
doing business nt 110 Tenth fiticot northwest,
but ian bo found nt limi rcnin)lvnnln nve
Niionorthwist south side v hero wo Kccpn
full lino of Furniture, Mnttrcsns nnd Spring
Jieris of nil designs llesricitfull),
t.T. Aiitoiro.l 'ov.
Packing rurnlturo, l'lctmci nmlMlirori n
tpcclultv.
Ifiingiirtnn Government Wine.
ImporUd cclulvely In bottles bearing tlio
fiovcrninent Protection label on tho neck
. 'I he best llarcts Wlilto Nines for table me
nml medicinal purposes ns recommended Ivy"
liomlncnt phvslehins. Ucorgo II Kennedy a
Nn, 19 1' street northwest, sole intents of
the famous l!o,l nl Ilnngnilnu (invcrnment
V Ine Cillnn of lliidnpct Oluiigurj ),
l'or tlio IiinitRurntloii.
Hunting flag", nil sires tllk flas from 5
rents up to Sin (1 A. It. Hags nnd canes
Decorations In silk, bunting, mulln nnd t l-uo
jpcr V S shield", btnto cont of arms, Hag
5 old. etc itc M (1 foiK'limd A, Co, l'Ing
lunufacturcrs, lull Kiev cnth street northwest.
Win. II. Houghton .V Co.
This prominent nnd representative furnl
liiro nnd iiphostclry establishment, nt 18H
und 1JJ Fntrrct northwest, havo received
nnothtr excellent lot of thoo unexcelled
tuitlnupnik roikcrs, nt the fabulous prices of
only $.'50. They linv o n nuniclcnt nupplyof
thco goods for nil locnl demands, 1 licy nlso
liavciorwiloa boulli Ainerlcnn ulllintrmnt
tress (10 lbs) for Jl I M
Vv m II. HofniiTov A Co ,
1218 nnd lail'ilutt northwest.
Ituddcii's Spring floods,
'fills reliable, nnd well established Instnll
mint house Is now makliia: Improvements
I end y for tlio spring trade. This establish
mint Ih located at WO nnd Mi Seventh street"
ricnthwcst. Their new stock is nrrlv Ing, con
sisting In rart of a choice Kclcctlou of matting,
b.ibj carriages, carpots.stov cs.fnrnlturo.ctc ,
nil t thclnw est cash pi lees on the Installment
plan, weekly or monthly payments.
To Iteut Doling tlio Iniiugitnitlon,
Cots. Jlnttrescs, Quilts, Illnnkcts. Pdlows,
HhcetH, etc. Pack Son, am Twelfth nt. n.
r. JIako your contrncts early.
It Is tlio licit.
Ask for It. Pchlltz's Milwaukee I.ngcr
Uicr. lor nolo by nil lending houses,
l'or Washington Droned Hoof
Ko to John It. Kelly, stalls HJ9, 0.11 nml 6rH Con
tro Market, nnd SM) nnd SOS Northern Liberty,
Corned beef n specialty.
Aldcrncy Dairy 'Wacom. '
Fresh AWtrncy butter, churned every
morning und delivered In J pound "Ward"
print", fA per pound. Also cottage ehecio,
buttermilk und sw tct milk, So. per qt. Cream,
15c. ptr pt.
Tho Kustoru Dispensary.
A large meeting of ladles and gentlemen,
interested In tlio charitable work of the
3'nstcrn Dispensary, located on Capitol
Hill, was held )csterdny afternoon at tho
liospltablo homo of Charles C. Dulln, esq.,
310 Knet Capitol street. Mr. Charles C.
Lancaster, president of tho board of dlrcc
tore, explained tlio object of the mcutlug
nnd tho needs of tho Institution, when tho
ladles organized a society of lady managers
liy electing Mrs. 0. A. Chamborlin, presi
dent; Mrs. Charles G. Dulln, treasurer, and
Sirs. Charles C, Lancaster, secretary. They
(kcldcdto meet tho first Wednesday of each
month in tho parlors of Mrs. Cnamberllu at
iho National liotol. Iho other ladles loin
li;groMrs. HamuelJ. Itandall, Mrs. J. Con
cm Smith, Mrs. Hoffman. Mrs. FIoraBrown,
'Mrs. Charles G. Dulln, Mrs. Honry
C. Lancaster. Mrs. Henrietta Stew
art, Mrs. F. T. Chambcrlln, Mrs. Llewellyn
Eltot, Mrs. Henry Horthc, Mrs. Mellaril
Houtliall, Mies Ellen Lansing, Mrs. Eliza
l'eth 8. Lancaster, Mrs. Charles A. Elliot,
Miss a. P. Harbin, Mrs. W. 1'. C. Ilazcn,
Sirs. Edward A. Fornpv. MIrr Cirnlln
iHanna, Mrs. tJeyraour Tiillocl, Mrs. Frank
JVIlkins, Mrs. L. A. Wood, Mrs. K. W.
Tjlcr, Mrs. Thomas M. Smith, Mm. Tul
lotk'? Mrs. T. C. Slater, Sirs. L. W. Slater,
.Mr. John McFarland, Mrs. S. J. M. Dunn,
nnd, Mrs. and Miss Dyer, lloforc adjourn
fngtlutladlcs collected $00 In cash for tho
institution. Tho members of tho board of
M lOlrcctors present ivoro: Charles G. Dulln,
(IcorgoE. Harbin, Francis Urouu, Charles
C. Laucaster, D. W. Prentiss, M. ., AV. I.
C. Hozui, M. D., F. T. Chainberlln, M. D.,
Llewellyn Eliot, M. D John T. Winter,
M. D Gcorgo C. Obcr, M. D., D. I. Hick
ling, M. V., and D. Olln Leech, M. I). Tho
Institution has treated ithlu tho last nino
months 1,:)S4 charity patients. The meet
ing was hamUoracly uitertalued by Mr. nnd
Jlre. Dulln.
l'unernl of Dr. llllst,
Tlio funeral of tho lato Dr. Wiljaril miss
toolcpluco from tho family tcstdoncoatS
o'clock -icstcrday aftcmoou. Tho remains
Troro encased In n black-cloth covered
casket, with oxidized silver linndlcs, with a
plato bearing tho word "Father." Among
tho floral offerings was n pillow from tho
Elks, of which organization Dr. lilies' son
Is a member. A wrpatli was sent by Kit
Carson Post, G. A. It., and there iroro
numerous other pillows, clusters, etc., fiom
friends. On his loft broa6t there wero
placed tho Insignia of the Society of the
Army of tho Potomac, Phil. Kcnrocv
Legion, Soldiers' Alliance and tho badge of
tho G. A. 11.
Itcv. Dr. Sunderland read n short prayer
and tho following members of Kit Carson
1'ost No. S bore tho body to tho henrso:
Edwin M. Trucll, Thomas Mockle, T. It.
Turabull, A, Anderson, D. K. Appo, E. C.
ijteens, W. H. Hutchinson and K. It.
Cum. Tho honorary pall-bearers wero
Dr. ltobcrt Hcyburn, Dr. Z. T. Sowers, Dr.
Elliott Coucs, Hon. 8. S. Cox, Hon. A. G.
lllddlc, Hon. A. II. Appleman, T. L. Hol
Iroofc and Dr. Jenucs Hcaj-Draw.
A number of female nurses, who sorvod
under tho decoased during tho w ar, wore
Vhlto silk badges and occupied carriages.
At tho Now York Avenue Presbyterian
Church Dr. Sunderland delivered a touch
, Jng eulogy on tho llfo of tho deceased. At
1hoauHln Glcmrood Cemetery a short,
but Imprcebh o service w as held;
Death of Itoverly Cole.
Mr. lloerly F. Colo, ohlef of tho Mineral
Division cf tho General Land Offlqo, whllo
itcscendlng a etalnvay In tho Intorlor Dc
partmtnt jcetcrday afternoon, was solzert
with an attack of cpilopsy, and falling
upon tlio etono etalrw ay fnictircd his 6kull.
Ho was removed to his rosldcnce, C23 E
street northwcfct, w hoi oho lingered In an
uncoutcloub tonditiou until Bhortly after 1
o'clock this morning when tho tud camo.
'Xhq deceased was a ery popular joung
man und had a largo clrclo of friends In this
city. Ho leaves a lovely ) oung w If o from
vhomho parted )cstcrday morning boforo
colng to olllco In tho best of spirits, nnd
his parting w ords then wero tho last sho
heard him utter.
A simple funeral sen Ice will bo held at
tho residence to-raorrow and tho remains
taken to Hahm, N. Y for Interment,
Now Uo of a SmoUlnn Jneket.
A slight Are occurred last evening about
7:15 o'clock at the residence of Mr. George
fimith, 1H7 Q street northwest, caused by
some luce drapery In ouo of tho rooms be
coming Ignited from tho chandelier. Al
though tho flro was discovered almost Im
mediately tho flames had quickly spread to
covcral articles of furniture in the room.
Mr. Smith toro OJT his smoUlug jacket and
used It im successfully In smothering tho
llomiH. Ills son, Mr. W. C, Smith, had
both hai.ds rather badly burned In his
heroic attempts to Lheck tho lire. Tho
rirabiucd eflorts of tho household soon had
tho flro undci conliol; not until, however.
It had damaged tlio furnltiiio to tho talent
of about $tS0. Nolnsuraiue. No damage
was dono to tho building, Tho tiro Uep u t
AKmt wus not called out,
A Charming Hoti'cutl.
3Icst, AVoodnaul it Lothrop, tho well
Uuown lutcrprlslng lueifhants at Eleventh
. nnd V streets, ha-e Issued n souvenir
(irrehurc of tbclr great commercial jmlacu
lontninlug full descriptions nnd beautiful
pago pictures, exterior und Interior, It Is
a work of urt und reflects tho highest credit
til on tho good taste and tho progressive
Ideas of the firm, Theso pretty souvenirs
aro (riven to their customers, nurt will bo
luicfull) prescn od by reason of their gen
".duo beauty,
ruAlts' Soap Is tho most elegant totlot tul
junct. HlBTUCU's bottled Uuiira baec. Tele-
mftfW! ffa'wruculj in, Atvv-'v
Tin: mo I'Aii.vni:,
l'lmil Arrnnj,'eiiHnli Ptiide l'or Nor I
3Inndn)N DIsplllJ.
The nrrnnccmcnls for the parndo on In
nuguratlon l)a hafobccncotndcted. Iho
flrt dllloii, comprising tho regulnrs nml
marine", with General Heater and staff,
will nwcnibU nt Seventeenth street nnd the
Avenue nt 10 30 o'clock on Mondn) morn
ing, prepared to movo nt 11 o'clock to es
cort the President, PrcMilctit-elcct nnd
Vlce-l'rc'Iilenl-clcct to tho Capitol. Tho
second nnd thlnt division", composed of Iho
National Guard of l'iinjlvniiln, Ohio,
New Jersoy, nnd Nc York nnd other
iiillltarj, will form cast of tho Cnpltol nt
13 o'clock. The fourth division, composed
of tho G. A. II. Posts of tho District, the
Posts of Mar land, nnd tho Sons of Veterans,
will assemble nt 1 o'clock, Tho fifth
division, comprising tho political clubs will
n"scmblo east of tho Cnpltol at tho same
hour.
At tho conclusion of Iho Inaugural Ceic
monies a signal gun will notify tho differ
ent comninudcrs to brine their commands
to attention. At tho filing of tho second
gun tho commands will bo wheeled Into
columns, nnd nt tho third gnu tho first nml
second divisions will tnko up tho lino of
inarch, tho other divisions fnlllng In ns
soon ns practicable.
Tho column will bo reviewed by tho
President from tho stand In front of tlio
White House, Iho chief innishal will re
view tlio column nt Tenth nnd K sttects.
Mllltnr) oiganlzatlons will march In di
visions nnd companies. Civ lo organiza
tions will march In sections of sixteen. No
organization will bo allowed to leavo tho
column until reviewed nt Tenth and K
sticels.
AMUSOIUNTS.
Snlo of seals for Mary Anderson next
vreck nt Albaugh's begins to-morrow morn
ing. Tho Abbott Opera Compnnv presented
tho "Iloso of Cnstllo" nt tho National last
night. To-night, "Lucia, tho llrldo of
Lnmmcrmoor.'' Next week, "Paid
Knuvnr."
J. 11. Polk In "Mixed ricklcs" nt Harris'
UIJou next week.
Tickets for salo nt Ellis' music storo nnd
Illggs Houso news stand for U. S. Marino
Hand concert, nsslsted by William llrod
erlck nnd Miss Annandalo of tho Abbott
Opera Companj, nt Albaugh's next Sunday
evening.
Globe Theatre First-class varieties every
night.
M. II. I.eantt'fl European Novelties nt
Kornan's next week. For tho benefit of
Inauguration visitors who have no beds to
sleep In a midnight performance will bo
given Sunday night and another on Mon
day night. Midnight performances aro
Boiuctlilng new, and tho strangers will npi
predate tlicm.
UiTncr's Itojal Midgets, Lucia Zarato,
aged 20, weight 42 pounds, and her escort,
Major Atom, aro drawing delighted au
diences at the Rattle of Shlloh Ovclorama
building every day and evening. The little
lady Is as bright nnd vvlnsomo ns a fairy
and no bigger, und Major Atom Is a charm
ing llttlo gentleman. Lucia offers a dia
mond ring to any Infant ono jcar old upon
whoso finger her ring can bo placed. A
now platform has been erected for tho little
Scoplo in tho ccntro of tho panorama which
oes not obstruct tho view of tho battle.
Theso Interesting midgets should bo Rccnby
tho old nnd tho jouug and especially tho
children.
Mr. David M. Fejscr, nmnf com !er for
Miss Mary Anncrson nt Albaugh's uoxt
week, Is lu tho city preparing tho way.
l'or the Foor of the City.
Tho Ideal Opera Troupo gavo n success
ful entertainment last night at Wlllard
Hall for tho benefit of tho poor of tko Dis
trict. Tho net proceeds aro to bo turned
over to Major Moore, and It will bo placed
where It Is mostlj-needed. They gavo n
similar cntcrtalumont last summer for tho
benefit of thojellow fover suffcrcis, and
.thenct proceeds wero turned over to Miss
Clara JJartou, tho prosldeut of the lted
Cross Association. Captain Woolman Gib
son of Tun dime aided very materially In
both entertainments by getting up n very
creditable programme for tho occasions.
Tlio prominent business firms In tho pro
gramma w ns nn cvldenco of tho popularity
of tho enterprise, nnd It Is owing to their
generous support that tho concert was a
grand success;
Death of J. 8. Leo of 1'eorla.
Mr. JohnS. Leo of Peoria, III., died at
li SO o'clock jesterday at his room nt tho
Ebbltt House. Mr. Leo nnd Mr. Howard
Knowlcscamo to Washington last week,
nnd until Friday was apparently In good
health. On that day ho complained of a
sovcro pain In his side, and though tho best
of medical aid and attention was clven
him, he 6ank rapidly to his death. Tho de
ceased w us a member of tho law firm of
Stevens, Leo it Hortou, ono of tho most
prospcious firms of Illinois. Ho leaves an
aged mother and three brothers to mourn
his loss. Mr. Lewis LcoofPoorla arrived
jesterday evening nnd will tako tho re
mains to Illinois.
Judge Mlllor'it Leniency.
Judge Miller of tho Pollco Cotitt Is dis
posed to look leniently on tho misdemean
ors of hardvv orklng men and w omen, nnd is
particularly merciful to thoso having fam
ilies dependent on them. )y reason of
this action ho saves an amount of suffering
that It would bo Impossible to estimate,
and reflects great credit on tho humanity
nnd discretion of tho Court, In disposing
of theso cases, however, Judgo Miller
takes occasion to reflect severely on tho
conduct of tho defendants beforo him,
which upon bcusiblo working men and
women nets to n far hotter purposo than
the mere Imposition of a lino,
llnlf Jtatcs to llnltlmoro a In II. & O.
During tho Inauguration week tho travel
to Washington will assume vast propor
tions, and, as many will dcslro to visit tho
Monumental City, tho T). it O. will plaeo on
sale at their trlckct -tjfllces In Washington
round-trip tickets to Ilaltlmoro nt M.-O.
They will bo 6old for all trains until March
I, Inclusive, and will bo valid tor return
passage until March 7. Tho II, it O. is tho
only lino running eighteen trains In each
direction between tho two cities, and ouly
routo nuking tho time lu forty-flvo minutes.
Doilson Convicted of Murder.
Tho Jury In tho Dodsou murder trial took
tho case shortly beforo ll o'clock vcslerday.
A verdict of guilty as indicted wus icturiied
about 0. Tho condemned man n as notice
nbly affected.
No mav on w on ex can ntford to bo w Ith
out Wolff's Acmo Illacklng.
Hr.cwcu's bottled Mnezern beer. Telo
phono call, 034-3.
POWD
Absolutely Pure.
This rvvder novor Tarlos. A marvel of
purltr, strength and vvnolosomencts. More
economical than tho ordinary kinds, and can
not hn Anlil In enmnotlnn with IIia imilttttirin
of low-test, short-weight alum or puoipunto!
powders. Mitoily in cam,
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1115 F Street
WASHINGTON, D.O.
REAL ESTATE,
L.OKN
AND
Iftsamnee Broken
Houses and Lots for sale in all parts of
the city.
Loans in Sums to Suit on Approved City
Property.
Rents Collected, Prompt Returns.
Building for Investments a Specialty.
Fire Insurance written at Lowest Rates.
Jtf 75 N t E D,
For special customers, Dwellings in
Northwest Section, ranging in price from
$5,000 to $30,000.
Also several Lots west of Fourteenth
street.
Correspondence Solicited.
See Sunday Papers for Full List of Prop
erty for Sale.
C all and see me.
WASHINGTON
1115 F STREET II.
Latest IjirortTED Novelties.
SEATON PERRY
(Successor to Perry A Bro ),
HAS NOW OPEN A VEIIY L.MM1E AND
COMPLETE STOCK OP IMI'Olll'KD
M'HINO AND HUMJfEK NOVELTIES.
TllhSE aootlS AUK 1H11ECT IMPORTA
TIONS AND 1'EHSONAr, 8ELKOTIOXS
MADE IN NEW YOltIC DUItINO T1IK PAST
WEEK. AN INCLUDE MANY CHOICE
ARTICLES THAT CANNOT HE DUPLI
CATED. NOVELTIES IN OXFOTtD HAVE 6ILKS.
NOVEL'UES IN INDIA SII.KN.
NOVELTIES IN PERSIAN SILKS.
NOVELTIES IN SHANGHAI SILKS.
NOVEL! IES IN GRENADINES.
NEW STHIPED AND PLAID BUltAH SILKS.
NOVELTIES IN PARIS COMDINATION
SUITS.
NOVELTIES IN ALL-WOOL FP.ENCH IHIESS
I'ADRIUS, HENRIETTAS AND BROAD
CLOTHS. NOVELTIES IN EMBROIDERED KOBE3.
NOVELTIKS IN PARASOLS.
NOVELTIES IN UMBRELLAS.
NOVELTIES IN HANDKERCHIEFS.
NOVELTIES IN HOSIERY.
NEW HPIIINO WRAPS.
NEW SPRINO JACKETS
NEW BEADED PELERINES.
NEW EMBROIDERED I ICHUS.
NEW CIIUDDA SHAWLS.
NEW THKFOUbSE KI D (1LOVES,
NEW BLACK SILK (1 LOVES
DR. WARNER 8 CORALINE CORSETS.
THOMPSON'S HLOVE-l'ITTINO CORSETS.
HIENTHC. P. CORSETS.
NEW IRISH AND OKRM AN LINENS.
NEW IMPORTED. WHITE (MODS.
NEW SCOTCH OINOHAMS.
NEW FMINCH SATEENS.
NEW LINEN LAWNS.
NEW TENNIS FLANNELS,
SUrEIIll ASSORTMENT OF PRIESTLEY'S
AND LUPIN'S CELEBRATE!) BLACK DRESS
FABRICS IN ALL THE NEW WEAVES.
COURTLANDS ENGLISH CRAPES AND
LUPIN'S CARMELITE VEILS.
rrAN EARLY INSPECTION IS SOLICITED
g-yciIOICE (IOODS, PLAIN 1'IO.UUES AND
CORHLCT FH1CES.
SEATON rERTtY, i
rerry BnlhllnK, Pcnnn. nvenuo, coiner of
Mntli street. Established 1810,
GREAT BARGAINS
ron the
INAUGURATION
In Carpets, Furniture, Mattings, Oil
cloth, Mattresses, Pillows
and Cots,
Call at our now storo and oxamlno our now
goods and get tho Ion est prices lu town,
JACKSON YATES,
Successor to Wra. Loontliall,
O13 SEVENTH STREET N. W.
Fatupsco Oil & Greaso Go.,
HOS.CALYERT ST., BALTIMORE, MD.
JLoUuBrOnIaClAeHnTE
JIANLTACTL'ItEIlS Or
LUBRICATING OILS&GREASE
Correspondence Solicited.
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DANENHOWER,
Northwest,
Telephone, 47-5.
)ANENHOWER,
., WASHINGTON, E.C.
CI.OTlTIXa.
H. D. BTSRR,
Importer and Tailor,
FALL AND W1NTEB GOODS,
All of the Latest Novoltlos.
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND SCOTCH SUITINGS,
ETC., JDST ARRIVED.
JIIt.BAiin personally fits all Garments mado
In our establishment.
1111 Penna. Avenue.
ar.sT's TVJiKisuixas.
NOTICE!
GLOVES,
WHITE TIES,
DRESS SHIRTS,
JEWELRY,
-AND-
Evcrytliins lo Complete a Gentle
man's Outfit,
-AT-
TY8S0WSKI BROS
MEN'S FURNISHINGS,
Cor. 15th and G Sts.
MONTEBEUO
CHOICEST OF WINES,
Trora tho Old Vineyards of tho
Dukes of Orleans.
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III 1(1 UUIIUIILLLj I1HUIII)
J.325 F Street.,
sis
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INAUGURAL
STORE NEWS
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BY
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On every hand may be
seen the bus3r preparations
to accommodate the vast
throng of people expected
to visit the city during the
next few days. As the time
draws nigh the pulse quick
ens, and the question is
whispered, "Is everything
ready ?"
The demand the past few
days has made great in
roads into the stock yet
we can say it is still impact
complete.
REQUISITE FOll TUB HALT..
Wo liavo hecn Rnthcrlnc thl nlook with
Rpcclnlrcfcicnto to tho lnawniral Hall, nnd
both Men nnd Ladles will rind hero almost
uverjrlliliiK they will require, and at Its test,
FOlt LAWKS:
I'.v enlnu fllovcs,
Klccnnt Vims,
Latent Nookncar,
Heal I.nco s-onrfu,
rinc.it Silk Hoilory,
Heal Ineo Handkerchiefs,
Etc, Hie.
MEN'S HEQUISITES.
Kancy-hosom Shirts.
Ijitest stylo Collars,
Link cult.
Tearl Cuffs.
Whltulnwn Hows,
llluck bilk Hoo.
lapancsoSIlk Handkcrohlcfs.
Ac., ,Vc., Ac.
It I' supcrllnous for us to ray that tho Men's
Furnlshlnps offered by us nro absolutely cor
rect, ns tho IiIkIi reputation and enormous
patronniro this department onloys Is most
conclusive cvldenco that tho articles therein
aro strictly o la tnotlt.
Will you decorator
lted, white and bluo bunting.
Only Bo per yard.
Bunting of tho stars and stripes.
Only no per yard.
All MlkHiiKS, lHo each.
All Silk Flags, SSo each.
nAHTlISON'S rilOTO. ON WOOD 1,003
Cabinet blzo. Hut In l'liotogrnphs of Hunjumln
Harrison on blocks of wood chip of tho old
block. Only 50c. each.
a rr.w wonns ox unn covEniNas.
Customers lmvn frequently nskod us If wo
thought wo would huroa nlontyof this or
that Vlankct or Comfort on hand during tho
Inauguration, nnd Whether wo would ralso
their prices or not.
In answ er to tho flrst question it Is Impossi
ble to say how long n lot of goods will last,
nsovcri thing depends on tho demand. To
tho latter Inquiries wo answer that wo novor
raise our prices under any circumstances.
Wo offer as specials:
A fair quantity of Ulcachcd Sheets, In cot
M70, for 50c. each.
A fair qunntlty of Bleached Double bod
bbects, nt Wc. each.
A fair quantity of Wlilto Fringed Bod
Spreads, at tUo. each.
A fair quantity of Print Comforts, at tho
low nrlco of Wo. each.
A largo supply of Gray Double-bed Blankets,
at 81.85 per pair.
loo colored Honeycomb Bedspreads, at $1
each.
coo pairs 11-1 OTtrn quality Gray Double bed
Blankets, only $1.73 per pair,
MX) extra heavy Hoiiblo bed Print Comforts,
lined with tuikey cd, fancy quilted and on
excellent bargain, only Sl.i!3 each.
WOODWAHD & LOTItrtOP,
Corner 11th anil F sts. n, vr.
UKPBECKDENl'ED ATTHACTION.
OYEfl A MILLION UI8TIHUUTED.
Lei. O. L. .
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERlf COMPANY
Incorporated by tho Loglslatnro la 1803
for Educational and Charltablo purposes,
and Its franohlso mado a part of tho present
Stato Constitution, In 1870, by on orzif
wuiLjiisio rorut-nvOTr.
Its GHAND EXTHAOnDINAIlT DIUW
IKG8 tako plaeo Scml-Annusllv. (Juno nnd
December), nnd Us GUANO MNQLK NUM.
II Ml DIIAWINGS tako placa on caoh of tun
other ten months In tho year, nnd aro all
drawn In public, at tho Academy of Music.
Now Orlcaui, Lu,
Wo do lioreby certify lhat wo suporvlso
tho arrangements for all of tho Monthly and
beml-Annual Drawings of tho Louisiana Stuto
Lottery Co., and In person manago and con
trol tho Drawlnai thcmsolves, and that tho
samo aro conducted with honosty, fairness,
nnd In good faith toward nil parties, and wo
authorlzo tbo Company to use ibis certlfioato,
with fao-slmllcs of our signatures atlachod,
In Us advertisements,"
G. T. Beauregard,
J. A. Early,
COMMISSIONERS.
Wo tho undersigned Banks and Baukors
will pay all I'rlzes drawn In tbo Louisiana
btnto Lotteries, which may bo prosontod at
our counters
It.M.WAI.MSI.lSY, l'rost. T.n.Nnt, Hank
1. I.ANAUX, I'rcst. Stilt Nnt. Hank.
A. HALDW1N, l'rost. N.O.Nnt. Jiu'.
CAUL KOUN, l'rcst. Union Nut. Ilntrir.
GBAND MONTHLY DRAWING
At tlio Acnilmny orsiuslo. New Orlouns
TUUSUAY. Ulnrck 13, 1881),
CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000.
100,000 Tickets at Twenty Dollars each.
Halves, StO; Quarters, K; Tenth
8.; Twentieths, St.
LIST OF FRIZES.
1 ritIZE OF $300,000 is )300,000
ll'ltlZBOF 300,000 Is 100,000
lritlZKOF CO.OOOl 80,000
ll'llIZKOV 23,0001s U5.000
J 1'itl ZKS OF 10.000 are uo.OOO
o l'Hi.Es of n.oooaro sa.ooo
QKHIIIKKSOF l,(OOaro 123,000
100 I'Iiizksof noonro ,,. bo.ooo
MOl'ltlZIiSOf iiooaro 00,000
DUOFltlESOF 'JOOaro 100,000
ArrnoxisiATioN TnizES.
100 rrlzos of SKOO aro SV,000
luo I'rlzes of uooaro so.ooo
lOOl'iizcsot iiOUaro 120,000
TznMiNAZ, rmzis,
Ofio I'rlzes of loo nro ,.,$00,000
UOOI'rlzesof 100 aro OD.ooo
3,134 Prizes, amounting to $l,osi,800
NoTr. Tickets drawing Capital l'rlzos aro
not'eutltlcd to terminal prizes.
C-Fon Cttm lUTes, or any tiirthor Infor
mation desired, write legibly to tho under
Blguod, clearly btatlug your rosldonoo, with
btuto, County, Street and Number, Moro
rapid rotum mall delivery will bo assured by
your enclosing nn Envelope bearing your
fulladdioss.
Send Postal Notes, Kipross Jtonoy Ordors,
of Now York Exchange In ordinary letter.
Currency uj Eiprcaa (at our oxponso) ad
dressed M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orloans, La.
Address Itrglstered I,etler to
New Orleans National Dank,
NEW OIILEANS, LA.
HKMEMBEn TnAT ONE DOLLAIl Is the
Price of tho smallest part or fraction of a
ticket Issued in any drawing. Anything In
our nnmo offered at a loss price, Is olthora
counterfeit or n awlndlo.
"HEMBMIlKIt, also, that th paymont of
Frizes Is (UtAIIANrEKU BY t'OUU.NA.
'IIONAL BANKS of Now Orleans, aad tho
llokots nro signed by the Prosldeut of an In
Btltutloa whoso chartered rights aro recog
nized la tho lilgliost Court ! therefore, bo
muto of Kit Imitations andi unonvuioiu
scuoraos." ,
EnglishWhipcord
The "Whipcord" is the Fine, Soft, Round
Wale Worsted, so popular among the best
dressersfor full dress suits.
Until recently these goods have only
been found in the hands of merchant tail
ors. We have just received a new lot of
them, which are very handsome. Silk
lined and faced, corded edges.
ALSO 5 XjIHSTEJ OjT
English. Broadcloth Suit's
COATS SATIN LINED.
E. B. BARNUM & CO:,
931 Pennsylvania Avenue.
AUGUST W. NOACK, President.
1881-1880.
tfHE SHOOMAKER COMPANY,
(Successors to Shoomakor A Ilortzog),
IMPORTERS AND JOBBKRS OF
pine IXXines, liiqaotts, Cicjatfs, &c.,
Nos. 1331 AND 1333 E STREET NORTIIWEST.
Tolcphono Coll, 517. WASUtNOTON, D. C.
ALL GOODS SOLD AT NEW YORK PRICES.
Assorted Cases of ono dozon WInos, Liquors and Cordials at dozon prices.
REMINGTON STANDARD TYPEWRITER,
Toronto Speed Contest.
(INTERNATIONAL FOR WORLD'S-CHAMPIONSHIP.)
Tho WlnnlnirTynowTltcr,
THE ttEMlNGIOK.
WTCKOII, SBAMAITS & BE&BDICT,
Corner 8th and F Streets N. W.
POLAND WATER.
POLAND WATER.
Ihe Greatest Medicinal Water In the World.
The sales in 1888 the largest of any Spring la the United States, and Double
of all the Springs at Saratoga combined.
Try it and You will Use No Other.
ScmUor Circulars. ' HIUAM RICHER it S0K8, Proprlctori
K South l'olaud, Mai
JOECILST KEYWORTH,
Ninth and D Streets Northwest,
TELEPHONE, ias.2.
Easy Weekly or Monthly Payments Taken.
LOOK AT OTJR PRICE LIST :
Bedroom Bets In Poplar from 815 up. Incrnln Carpots from 23c. up.
Dedioom Sets In Oak and Cherry from $25. Extra fiuper Incralns from 00c; 3 ply, SI 00.
llcdroom Sots In Walnut from S 10. Brussels Carpet from 73c.
rorlor Suites hi Hair Cloth or Plush from $33. '
N. B. ALL CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE OF CHARGE. Our
terms are easier and our prices 25 per cent, lower than any other Credit
House. The Cheapest House In the City for cash.
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
Cos Boilers at 51.15 and $1.50 for Instantly making Toa or CoCToa.
G-.A..3 COOKERS'
For laree'and email families. Just tlio storo for summer aso, as yon extlnsnlst) tbj ttro
tho Instant tho oooklnz U dono. For ealo by tho
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
- -3HL3 TexL-tta. S"ba?a-b 3ST. "W"
J'l.lXOfl.
Grand, Upright and Square
PIANOFORTES.
Special nttontlon of purouasori li Invltod to
our
"KEW AUTISTIC hTVI.KS," .
l'lnlshod in doslk'tisof
"UIOIIICHT DKCOUATIVE Altr,"
riAKOS FOH HUNT.
Second-hand Flanos at All 1'ileos.
"Wm. Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
PHOTO-ENGRAVINGS
Haying recently fitted up a
F1I010-ENGRAYING ESTABLISHMENT
In connection with my tatunt I'UOOESS,
1 am prorated to furulslt
ILLUSTRATIONS AT NEW YOniT, l'niOK?.
Photographing on Wood for tho Trado.
jiAiTBion jo-sraan,
41B Klevonth Btrost N. W,
PEElLEtf VYES i&S;
Full DressSuits
FIUNCIS QAHLICKS, Sccrotary.
Kstabll.liod 1830.
Business corrcpondcnco and logal testimony:
GOLD MEDAL, 98.7 words per minute.
SILVER MEDAL, 95,11 words per minute.
MAE E. ORR
-AND-
FRANK E. McGURRIN,
WINNERS.
Agent for Washington, D. C.
Wm. R. Riley,
Corner Ninth and E Streets N. W.,
Is closing out all kinds ot
DRV G OODS
At Very Itoducod Itatos.
rrxj: r.uiiT.Y l'f.ovit.
U61! OUUK9,
BTEKUNO,
MINNKOr.A,
01I.T KIH'H or 1
OOLUKN uir.t,
3T3LO"CTE,
And you will always haya beautiful Uroad.
Itolls and ltlsoults. Wnolossla UatKtt, cov
nor first street and Indiana aronna,
WM. M, QAUT 0,
j"m
I CERES B
&amiF
F, ELLIS
& CO.,
937 Penn. Avenue,
NEAR TENTH STREET,
Tho Oldest ami Largest Music
House in tlio City,
fcOLK aoests ron Tim
HENRY F. MILLER
9
Tlio most Beautiful ami Perfect
Piauo made in tlio World,
AND THE
Mason & Hamlin
ORGANS
-AND-
PIANOS
The Most Justly Celebrated In
struments Ever Made.
Publishers and Dealers
-IN-
AHERICAH AND FOREIGN SHEET HOSIC,
MUSIC BOOKS, MUSICAL INSTRU
MENTS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE-OF
ALL KINDS.
Telephone, No. 18.
F. ELLIS & Cfl
937 Penna. Avenue,
NEAIt TENTH STREET.
HOOTS AXJ SHOES.
003 l'KNNA. AVE.
WRRHWFoiufSHOE
Xs tlio Only Shoo
SOLD DIRECT TO THE CONSUMES
BY THE MANUFACTURER.
JIJJJJJO.IX.
HEALTH ISWEALTHI
Da. 15. V. Wist s NeiiTa Ann Umm Tatir
MthT.aKiiaranteod unooltla for Ilystorla, Diz
ziness, Convulsions, I its, NervouiNouralela,
lleadacao. Nervous prostratlaa caused by tlio
uso ot alcohol or touuoco,Vakorulnoss,Montal
Doprosslon.Sottonlniof llio Drain rosultlns In
Insanity and loadlnz to mlsory, decay and
death, I'rematuro Old Ago, Uarronuoss. Iisi
of Power In cither sox, InTolimtary Lossoi
and Bpcrmatorrlia-a caused by over oxortlon
ot tho Drain, solt-abuso or over Indulgence.
Knoh bos contains ono month's troatmont;
81 a box, or six boxoi for SO.sont by mall
wenaid on receipt of price.
WK QUAltANTEK SIX BOXn3 , .
toenro any raso. Wllb caoh order rooolrod
by us for 6U boxes, aooompaulod with IS,
wo will send tho purohaser our wrltton
guarantoo to refund tho tnonoy If tho treat,
ment doos not offcot a euro. Onarautoos
Issued only by O. OIIIUSTIANI, Drum-bit,
boys Aoknt, d8l l'enuo. av-o, botwoon 4)fi
and Oth sis.
WM -llM fVXlB kTJ
mvuiBByjipjB
ITIicsfl tluy Capsules arrest lU'V
4ti hours without luconvon.AuMA'
Oopalba.OubeUs and InJcctlousVuu'
isii. --
a i'ostivk cuitE ron
LOST or rulllns SIN-
.1IOOD, Nervousness,
VVrUllknGS!l nf llnilv nnti
Hind, Lacltof Btrongth, Vigor nnd dovclop
incut, caiieod by Krrors, Uxeesses, Ao. JIixlu
of Self Treatment and Proof mailed fsoalod)
free. Address 15UIK JIKUICAL CO,, UUF
I'ALO, N. Y.
CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
SZS C30S3 IlillOlID SSAITD.
Tb Drltflnal, ot 1 ruilB
una wo it rruti 10 - n r ti
Hai. tiMMl -t,H nrlii1
I mdltiXmVtuflhUkfter'i
htiyUtMHum-n&MraiuU
tn red nibttUid Uixtt. lealiJ
tillblulllUn i1laoifnl.
noothrr. AtOniffgUfi. All pllUln
I uborii taut vim pluk vntwett r
ft llaHIVAHllll tH ftuS.lfr.
) Hsaa4c ((mini fur rmtnltri tut
irur r. i aiir.H 4 rim, b-
yttiirnM.U. 10.0UI trcUainnlaUlrtm tAOIS f
lituidlliia. lili Hucrru. NAME PAPER.
lhlcheitertlienilcntt,'j.,Iaaiiouh(i.,rhUo.l'
DRUNKENNESS
Oil THE LIQUOR IIADIT OAN D13 CURED
DY ADJIINISTKHINCI 1)11, HAINES"
QOLDEN Hl'CCll'IO.
CanooBlvonlnnounotoorfooor tw vrlih
put tlio know lodgoof tho perjon takluij It, It
is ahtolutoly harmless, and wlllotfoot nnor
nianout and speedy euro, vvhottior tho patlont
is a moderate drinker or an aloahnllo wreck.
It has boon given In thousands ot oases, and
In orery Instauoa a porfoot euro has followed.
IT NKVKlt f AILU. Thosyslomonoo mprog
natod with tho fepeolllo, it booomos an utter
Impossibility for tho liquor apnotlto to oxlst.
l'or salo by B. V. WAiiK. lindor tho KublK
4tuuvi li. n. unut'UAnaijnu, I'vuriOOUla
street emd Ytawo'v"llU0iV9olnjWu.
PIANOS
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