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TITE WA'SiriN'Gl'OK 'OTIITIO, tirttUSDAY 'fiVElNTN'G ,TUNET3,.TM9.
, .-J..J.-1. -.-. J- -..f. -fr J! ,. il washing ton oitrno i i cirr avjiaiALs. T.I Win buy any suit that wo formerly sold at $s, 8.M, (9 ami 810. Kiseman Hum. , Tth anil h, manufacturing clothlcrg ami tailors. Wo Wnnt to Close Out . Onr lino of Ilaby Carriages. Our lino of Adjnelablo Screen, our Itofrlirerntors, our line odd Chairs. , , You may oxpoct tho fiwotf Trice?, ltomeirthcr our Brent Matting sale from DC. to Goo. nor yard. V. II. llotrnn-roji & Co., MIS awl law y at. n. w. Itittlilrm's Instnllinont IIoiiso. This reliable and Ions ostnbllshod Install ment llouso, at O.W and tat 7th St. n. w., Is In full supply of HofrlRorators, lco Chests, llaby Carriages, Carpets. Furniture, Mattings, etc, nt rash prices on tho Installment plan. It Is tlin Unfit. Ask for It. Hchlltz'a Mllwaukco Lager Deer, for salo by all leading housos. Wlilto nml 1'nnoy Uncle Vests Are Just (ho thing for warm vroathor. Wo bare thorn from 7& rents up. Eiskmam linos., lli and E, munufacturlng olothlcrs and tailors. . l'or WanlilnRton Oressod llcoT co to Jnhn K. Kelly, stalls DM, CM and CM Cen tra Market, and sou and 203 Northern Liberty. Corned bcof a spoclalty. AflMV OF THE POTOMAC. Tlio Twentieth Annual Itminlun Olllcors nl tho lllirurtint Oorps. Tlio twentieth annual reunion of tho Society of tho Army of tho Potomac opened ycbtcrdny nt Orange, N. J with a corps meeting, Tho result of tho elections In tho different army corps of tho At my of tho I'otomno was as fol lows: First Corps General It, It, Dawes, picsldent; Charles J. Chatflcld, vlco jnesldent of First Division; Secretary of war ltedfleld Proctor, vice-president of Second Divisions Charles Ij. Coon, vlco president of Third Division; General Wnlnwiight, vlco-prcsldent of Artillery Corps; Captain ,T. M. Andrews, reconl Ing bccrclary; II, O. Clark, correspond, lug secretary; Florcnco Donahue, Measurer; J. II. Stlnc, historian. Second Corps President, John D. Billings; vlco-prcsldent Army of Po tomac, Joseph AV. Kov, Now York; vice-presidents, O, D 'rhatchcr, Mlti nesola; Dr. William Carroll, Phllndcl phln; II. 0. Duryco, Goshen, N, Y. Secretary and treasurer, Thomas II. JIallon, New York. Executive Conl mlttec. George "V. Hopper, Kcw York; John Finn, Ohio; G. B. Wright, Now ioik; v. u. noumson, JNcwJorscy. Fifth Corps President, General FItz John Porter; vice-president, General I. A. Oliver; Kccrctary and treasurer, General F. T. Locke. General Buttcrfleld presented General Potter wllh n solid gold corps badge net wllh diamonds ns u mark of appre ciation of his vindication In his Into iiiiplcifantncss. Sixth Corps President, Gcnoral Frank Whcntdn; vlce'-prcsldouts, Colonel Y. 11. French. Colonel William McKcllip, Cnptnln F. KnufTmun; treas urer, Colonel Samuel Trusdcll; record ing sccretnry, Captain Georgo 11. Fielder: corresponding secretary, Lieu tenant Y. IluckfuW. Ninth Cbrps-PrCsIdent, Colonel It. II. 1. Coddard of Ithodo Island; vice piesrfdont, Major L. Urnckctt of New York; secrelury and treasurer, General C. II. Barney of New York"; vlco-prosl-.lent of tho Society of tho Army or tho Potomac, Major Jntnes 11, Hornor' of New York. Twelfth Corps-'Presldent, W. F. Fox; secretary 'and treasurer, Dr' J. J. It. Lov6; vice-presidents,, General Lewis It. Stogman and Cnptnln A. SI. Mat thews. Nineteenth Corp President Colonel Itlchnrd Bi Irwlni first vlco-prcstdcnt, General Georgo L. Andrews; second vice-president; CoIon61 O.W. Leonard; third vlco-presldciif, Captnln John W. Huridrcn; fourth vlco-prcsldent, Mujor J. Longdon Ward; secretary, Thomas Odell, and treasurer, William II. Jewell. Cavalry' Corps President, Gcnoral S. E. Chamberlain; vlco-prcsldent, Brlgn-dicr-G6n6rnl L. G. Estlo; vlco-prcsldent of the army of tho general society, Itusseil A. Alger; secretary, L. A. Barley; treasurer, G. I. Whitehead. Tho general meeting of thoboclcty was held in Parkltlnktn tho nflcrnoon, nfld was called to. order byucnoral Chamberlain. Prayer was offered by tho Iter. Dr. Hlchkock. Governor Green and Major Hartford mode speeches of welcome, which were re sponded to by General Chambcrlalu. Cortlandt Parker was then introduced us tho orator of tho day. After tho oration tho meeting was closed, and tho First Brigade, N. 0., S. N. J., formal in lino as a guard to tho Army of tho Potomac In a grand parudo, vhlch was reviewed by' Governor Green and others. Ailvlco to Mother. Mrs, Wluslow'e Soothing Syrup should always boused for children tecthtnjr. It soothes the child, softens tho gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic,-and It Is tho boat remedy for diarrhoea. 25c, a bottle. ' EARLY MOnHING HEWS. All tho bucket, sunns on Broadway and 'New street, Now York, suspended business yestctdny' as soon ns tho niart ngcrs learned that tho hilt prohibiting tiieir operation una occoma a mw, Tho pneumatic gun carrlago made by the Pneumatic Gun Carrlago and Power . Company was fully- and satisfactorily tested yesterday nt the Naval Proving Grounds. President Crccy of thlscjty was prctent. Hcfofe tho United States Scuato Com lnlltee In Mtuncnpolla, Minn.,- on-Tucs-day, C. A. Pillsbury, tho great miller, testified In favor of commercial rod ptoclty between this country and Canada. Delegates representing 10,000 work Ingmcn look part In a mcctltjg: at Chi cago on' Tuesday night to organize tho Brotherhood of United Labor tho op position to, tho Knights of Labor In that city, Edward Palmer Turner, who shot' and killed his cousin and brother-In-' law. Robert Turner, hear" "Tho Plains," Famiulcr County, Vrt., on Sunday, and I was' hi turn idiot by Edward C. Turner, died from his wounds on Tuesday. I Tho execution of Sylvester Clark and I I!arrl6on Blackburn at Aberdeen, Mies., on Tuesday,- furnished rt holiday for tlitf neighboring coun'ty. Anthony Comstock yesterday nrrosted Ollu D. Chaso, managorof thoGastl .Lithographing and Engraving Com puny, and sclml 1,000,000 bogus lot tery tickets of three "Little Louisiana Lottery Companies," located at San1 Diego, Cal. ; San Frnnclsco and Kan. wis City, Tho body of Thomas Kinnoy, who was lust seen In company with n mar- rlcd woman whoso husband had been heard to threaten him, was found In In dianapolis yesterday with Ills neck broken and his skull crushed. At Canton, 0(, yostcnlay a Pittsburg, I'm t Wayne and Chicago Itallroad train struck a carriage In which Were Lawrenco and Peter Streh, brothers, mid 'Edwatd nud Frank Sofert, broth t'i, whom tho Btrcbs had adopted from tho Catholic Orphan Asylum at Louis;, villi-, Ky., and all four wevo killed, Kou A Disouuciiei) Livsit try Ocecii am'b I'ills1 (14.8S Will talio any suit heretofore told at $10, $10.50, $18, $18.50 and 30. Klsomatt llros., Hevciith and E, manufacturing, clothiers pd tailors, . Wihhinqtok 8fo Deposit Co., 01(1 Pa. aye,, Btoiago Department all above ground. HOMING PIOEOHnACE, ltolurn nf die WftstilnRlon lllrils Mb ornted nt (Irror's Depot on Tuesday, Tlio homing pigeons of the Washington Homing Club were llbcrdlod at Greer's do pot, 6. 0., S0d miles nlr line on Tneiday morning, at S.-35 o'clock, standard tlmo, with tho weather cloudy, wind calm, Tho first bird totarrlvo was W. J. Fry's red Check lien, 11 SO, at 3:11 p. m, yesterday; average speed, 1,101 yards p6r mlntito. Tho next to nrrlVo was Cavetly's Lady Lancas ter aud Lottie C, at 3:30 p. m.J spc6d. 1,100 yards per minute; . red check lieu, 11 1833, nt 3:34 p. m nud blue check hell, Z 4072, nt 0:1)5) pr m making tho entire ohtry borne. "Fry's Lolicngrtn arrived at 4:06 p. in., completing his entry. Edwards' bird, No. OH,- arrived at 4:00, but did not go Into tho loft until 4:20 p. m. Vincent Petrola has not reported his returns as yet, Tlio next fly will bo- from I.awrcncovlllo, Oa., Blfl miles, on Juno U3. Sweat-Groan-Growl, Whitelielstob expected of the old fashioned way of blacking the shoes? Try the ntw way by uilng WbLFF'S Acmo Blacking and the dirty talk becomes a cleanly pleaiuri. WolffsACMEBIacking REQUIRES NO BRUSH. Sheds Water or Snow, Shoes can be washed cleah, requiring dreiilng only once a Week for men, one a Month Tor women. It Is alio-an Elegant Harness Dfeillng. WOLFF & RANOOLPM.PhlUdelphU Ten Per Gelt. Discount ! Seaton Perry, Previous to Enlarging his Business and Making Extensive Improve ments, will allow TEN PER CENT. DISCOUNT On all sales-for Thirty Days, com mencing MAY 3t and end- Ing JtJNE 29. 1 tarTiiis is a iUitrs orrorrrtjNfTV to runciiASE All k(nds"of bnr ooods of THK BEST CLASS AT io PEll OENTJ LESS THAN.nEaULAB PItlCES. xsrtjAj ooods marked in plain FiaunES. PERRY BUILDING, Penn. Ave.r corner 9th St ESTADLISflED 1840. . WiI.R.BlLBT, Corner Ninth and E Streets N. W., is closing oat all kinds of DRV G GODS At Very IWddood nates. BnrcMl's 'Family Tea, (Spring Loaf), At 50c. a Pound. This Is tho season for testing Its peculiar-property - of making tbo best CdliD (TEA. In this respect ' yon will find ' It to oo unrivalled. Sold only fit Hi lb packages '1325 F'St..N.'W. CatarrH buvs CREAM BALM If fi ti'omliirfiil how tjuicUy Eh't rmw uaim mis htlpeU ami cured inc. for a week at a timt I could not tec. I itiJferM front acute tnjlan' nut head. lira. Gcorgle 8. Jud son, Hartford, Conn. FEVER A nartlcle la amillctl lntn Aseh nnnti-ll nrul U Dgiecable. 1'rlcoM cents at Druggists; by mall, registered CO cents. ELY BltOTHliUS, DO Warren street. Now York. 1 n mM ' ' M pMRyTTBT CHARLES A. MUDDlMAN, ALL SIZES 0AS flTOYKS. BOY NOW, aUAltAWTKUK TO BAKB, &0., (MS KIXTDI1E3 FOH NEW" U0USE3, DlD3rDHNl3HED. cmrd fyJ . jw rntnoiHr .roVYofttjM isuHreCoiSl uwkecmm wmwM Kve MIV-T-1 h4AuK a Pears Fair white hands. Brightclearcomplexion Soft healthful skin. a PEARS' Tha Graaf English Completion sqAP Sold EtrgryWHfirB," Gas Stoves for Cooking! OaaBolloraattl.lsitnd tl.50 (or instantly making Tea or Ooff so. GS--A.'S COOKERS for large-land email families. Jnst the storo for snmmor use, as yon oxttngntiht ha ftra tho Instant tho cooklni Is dono. for salo by tho WASHINGTON. GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tonbla. SUacee-b IT- "5N7"- AUOUST W. NOACK, l'resldent. 188M88I). The Shoomaker Company, tSucccssors to Shoomakor & llcrtion), IMrOItTEItS AND JOBBERS OF FINE WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, &C, NOS. 1331 ANI" 1333 E 8TIIEET NOUTaWEST. Telephono Call. 617. All Goods Sold at Assorted Casoj of ono dozen Wines, Easy Weekly or Morithly Payments Taken. LOOK AT Olji PHIdB LIST : Bedroom Seta In Foplar from S15 up. . Bedroom Sots In Oak and Cherry from $25. Bedroom Sots In Walnut from S10. Farlor Suites In Hair Cloth or Flush from $35.1 N. B.-ALL CARPETS MADE AND LAID I'REE OF CHARGE. Our terrnB are easier and our prices as per nouse. a ne uneapest nouse in mo fiALTON & LI STRICKLAND 939 Perina. Ave. Summer Shoes. Ladles; Bouthern Tlos, Oxfords, Nowports nad Nahanis, lu Vreiibli Kid, Glaze Dbngota, Itussctt Ooat, Oozo Calf and Suodo. All of tho best material and workmanship, in latest stylos and colors. misses' anFchildren's. Complcto stock, Including Tan Ooat, In high and low' cnt; also very stylish Canvas Shoos for house -wear. Out Men's Shoes Tako In all tho leading styles and colors. Tan and Itusset Goat, high nml low cut. Genuine Seal Oxfords, the handsomest light colored shoo worn. Our stock of Calf, Kangaroo and ratout Leather, high and low cut, la complete. Wo do not Intend to carry a largo stock" through tho hot months of summer, soharoi made our prices sueh ns to move them early and ciulokly. V. Baldwin Johnson Wholesale and Itotall Dealer In "KfttiC3(3L axLcl doal. And the Washington tias Co.'s Cdlio. rinmnleto ITaollttleii. DAI. tftjft' 1VlrtA4 Full Weight and Ueaiure. Wood and Coal direct, from the forests" and , luiuoa uj ran ami waior, aav ireo irom stag, slate and other Impurities. GIVE 1IB A TItlAL. Wain Vara and ordceu 1101 It. I. ave. n, w. Branch " MiAst.s.o. Branoh h oiUlWst. a.w. Branch office for orders, corner Tenth and I sts. n.w. .. .. Branoh office for orders, corner 13th and M Bts.n. w. All connected by telonhono. GREAT FALLS ICE CO, ODJrPIOE No. 924 Penusylvania Ave, Wholesale anil Kctuli Dealers In WAGONS GO TO ALL FATIT8 OP THE CITV AND MOUNT PLEASANT. Kennebec River Ice Mont for White Wagons. Soao FHANCIS OAHLIOKS, Bocrotary. Establlslied 1850. ' W'ASIUNaTON.-D.a ', New York Prices. Liquors and Cordials at dozon price). Ingrain Carpeta from 25c. np. Extra Sapor Inirralns from Mo.: 3-ply, 11.00. Brnssoli Carpet from 7So. cent, lower than any other Credit! utty tor casn. . IWJSftTlB TOBUlf For Cooking. Gas Boilers at 11.13 and Jt.Wfor Instantly malting Tea or Coffoe. GAS COOKEBS Foe largo and small famlllos. Jnst tho slavo for summer use,, as you extinguish tho Are the Instant tho cook ing U dono, FOR SALE BV TUB Washington Gaslight Company, 418 10th St. N. W. i . tkimi tm.w.xzJsk T E 13, 1 I IUUUI. oppron ob i.J wPonwAitD a i.oTlmop. Cor, Uth and 1' stroots northtrest. Notwithstanding- our ortorts td kdefl them down tho Quantity of "Short Loilgths" Is growing larger each Friday, Alm6st every' piece of goods wo buy' oads In a remnant. We shall' exert extra efforts this Friday to cause a clean swcop of all "Short Lengths," "Odd Sizes;" "Broken Lots," etc., and ns a result you will ho oxtonded tho opportunity' of tlio soason to buy at a savliig. Judicious bttyors aro Our best remnant customers. They1 know bargains. GlIKATKST HtiMNANT BARGAINS IN GLOVES WK HAVE YKT OKKBItKI). A .treat for ladles with small hands. A SO-cent offering. so ralrs Ladles' 0 button length Biarritz Gloves, In Craven and English Tan, sIzosSI, M and 0. ltcducod.or Ilcmnnnt prlco tile. 171'nlrs Lndlos' B button length Chamois skin Mcsquctalro Gloves, sizes Si and 61. Slightly faded. Iteduccd, or ilcmnnnt price...., ,,,B0o. 14 l'alifl Ladles' 4 button Dorb? Kid Glovos, with colored fourchottos, ombroldcrod on baok, colors gray aud black, sizes CI, C and 01. Deduced, or Itcmnant prlco.... ...50c. "ODD3" IN I'AItASOLS. Groatost values yot ollorod any previous Friday. Deduced to $1 oach. 2 Molro I'arnsols, 1 Cardinal and 1 Ecru, a Fanoy Striped l'arnsols. 1 Ecru and Garnot Fanoy l'arasol. l niaok Twilled Silk rnrnsol, 4 lllaok Twilled Silk Carrlaso Shados. SSt-inch Silk Bun Umbrollas, All hnvo beon'roducod to tho low prlco Of 81 each. 6 Lace-Trimmed Tongeo Silk Tarasols, with lied. and Iiluo lining. Very attractive Ite duccd to tl.W. 4 Elegant Fanoy Striped Parasols, 3 Black nnd Wlilto Stripes and S Blaok and Orange; haveobony and natural wood sticks. Ite duccd toSiicnch, I croam Bilk Laco-covorcd. rarasol,' with carved hnndlo. ltodueod to Jl.rw. a Cardinal Satin l'arasols Natural Wood handles. Deduced to .Do. (First floor.) MEN'S "ODD LETTERS" IN INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS.. 48 Mon's Wlilto Furo Linen Hemstitched "Initial" Handkerchlofs. 3A',1B, 1C, 3 D's, 1K,4F'S, 3G'S,4J',4 K'n 5 L's, 4 M's, 1 0, 3 l"s, 4 It's, 1 T and 4 V'a. Deduced, or Demnant prlco... ,..i!Uc. $ Men's Wlilto I'uro Linen Hemstltolied "Initial" Ilandkerohlcfs, 3 A's, 4 E's, 4 F's, 4 l's, 1 Jr5 K's, 1 L, N's, 3 P', 1 It, 4 s'a ahd 8 T'a. Deduced, or Itcmnant prlco 330, 3 for 31 (First noor.l ANOTHER LOT OF CELLULOID COMB. BRUSH AND JIIRDOIt SETS, Wo Ohall place them on sale Friday as nn extraordi nary romnant attraotlon. Ccllnlold Comb, 8c.; Celluloid Brush, 46o.t Celluloid Back Mirror, 40o. Those prices aro very low. Wo shall also offer about 53 Children's Sots of Celluloid Comb, Brush and. Mirror at the low price of Mo. per set. Comb, 8c.; Brush and Mirror 30o. each. tFlrat floor: renter.) REMNANT SALE EXTRAORDINARY OF t LousiiTH. wo nave never uoioro oiiored thnnllill nf t)ifft nnmntH nf. tVin nrlA. W celebrated It. & ((.' Summer Corsofs, In.. long waist, sizes io, , , lia.anu i. Hiiorc waint, sizes 18, si and S3. Bargain oxlraor illnray. tteauccu gruumimiu i rice, ,,,,,,,, ,.,i puo 35flno German Woven Corsests. pray.slzcs- is ann iv. nito, sizes .(, va, vj anu su. 'inreo different styles In tho lot, Doduoed or Remnant Prlco, .,. ,.,,,.. ..50o, (Second floor.) ... MIKSSINO SACOtiES. 13 Lad at1 Finn Iiwn Dressing Saciiios, Hamburg trimmed, ( oizui j. nnijoi. ituuuceu io ouu, (Second floor.) WOODWARD LOTHKOP, Cor.sitth and F Sts. N.W. u NPttECEDENTED ATTR'ACTIONl . u uit iivu iiui,iiiu.3 maimuu ixu. LSb Si Li LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO. Incopornted by tho Legislature for educa tional und charltablo purposos, and Its f ran ohlsomadoo. jiart of tho present Stnto Con stitution, In ltiro, by an ovinwuELHtNO roru- LAll VOTE. Its GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW INGS -take plaoo Scml-Annually (Jnnonnd Dccemlior). nnd Its GRAND SINGLE NUM 'HER DRAWINGS tako placo In caclioftho other tou months In tho year, and are all drawn In publlo, at tho Acadomy of Music, Now Orleans, La. "Wo d6 licreny cortiry that wto supervlso the arrangements for all tho Monthly andi Seml-Annunl Drawings of Tho Louisiana State LoUeryCo., nnd In person inanago nnd, control the-Drawings themselves, nnd that thonamenre- conductod with honesty1; falr-j ness and In good faith toward all parties, and' wo authorize-tho Company to use this eertln cuto, wltli fao-slmlles of our signatures, at-! inched In Its advertisements." ' . G T. Beauregard, k J. A. Early, COMMISSIONERS. Wo tho undersigned Banks and Bankors' will pay all Frizes drawn In tho Louisiana Stato Lotteries, which may bo preseutodat our countors. . ll.H. WALMHLEV, Trest. La. Nat, Bank ' ' p. LAHAUX, Pf est. state Nat. Bank. A. UALD1TIK, Prest. N. 0. Nat. Bank. UBLKOHJr.Prost.Unton Nat. Bank. ; HBNI-A.XttUAZ liltAWlSO Will take placo nt tno Acadomy of Muslej New Orloans, TUESDAY, Juno 18, 183. CAPITAL PRIZE $600,000 100,000 Tic-lids at JW: Halves. ,'Jd; Quarters.- S10; Eighths, $3; Twentloth, Si.'; Fortieths, St. LIST OF PRIZES! 1 PRIZE OFSnx),O00l , il'ltlKU OF iWO.OOOls .,,,., ..SMO.OOd .. 800.000 .. 100,000 ., 50,000 40,000 ,, M.000 .. 50,000 ,, 50,000 i, 80,000 ,. 120,000 ,. 800,000 1 PRIZE OF 100,000.1s eo.ooois ,,, so.oco aro ,. jo.ooo aro i. 3,000 are. ,.,.., i s.ooo aro. i i sou aro coo aro,...,.... 400 are. i 1 PDIZK OF, 2 PRIZES or' 5PRIZK8 0F 10 PRIZES OF S5PDIZKH0F 100 PD1ZBH OF S00 PRIZES OF 500 PRIZES OF ArrKOxiuiTE Phizes: 100 Prizes of S1.00O aro , ,3100,000 looPrlzesof Goo are ,,,,., 80,'MO 100 Prizes of 400. ore 40,000 TenwiNii. Pnizcs: 009 Prizes nf SSOO aro , 190,800 W9 Prizes of too aro , 199,800 3141 Prizes amounting to $2,lKO,(Ioo AGENTS WANTED EVERYWIIERB. 3?"Foii Cton Hates, or any further Infor mation doslrod, write legibly to tho under signed, clearly, stating your residence with State, County, Streot and Number. More rapid roturn inall.ilelvry will bo assured by your enclosing an Envelope boarlng your full address. IMPORTANT. All ordinary Loiters containing Postal Notes, Money Orders Issued by all Express Companies or Now York Exoltange, Addressod M, A, DAUPHIN, Now Orloans, La. Address Registered Lottors containing Cur rency to i New -Orleans National Bank, Kew Orloans, La, REMEMBER That tho only genulno Louis iana State Lotte'. Tickets Issitod under tho Stato Charter, are recognized by tlio highest Courts, aro Invariably slgnod by M, A. lUu ruiN, Presldont. Endorsed by Genorals Heau ueoaud and EsnLV, Supervisors of tho Draw ings, and guaranteed, by National Banks of New Orloans, as to the payment of Its Prizes. Nqni: oTiixns Ann Genuine. All so-called "Supplomonts, ' "Original Lit tle Louisiana" or other Imitations with un lawful mo of the Louisiana Stato Lottery Company's name, by persons unknown, under nssuinod or fictitious names, aro attompts to deceive the publlo by false pretonsoj, offer lug no guarantee whatsoever. REMEMBER THAT ONE DOLLAR Is the Prlco of the sniallcat,nart or fraction of a ticket Issued In any-drawing, Annhlng In our name offered at a less prlco'fs either a counterfoil or a swindle', CALIFORNIA CD3EP 1L7IE3Clil INGLENOOK VINEYARD, - Napa County, California. Tha'Infjlenook Wines are offered to the public in QLASQ ONLY,, fcelnr? bottled at the .Vlntyard in Callfprnla protected by its trade-mark nnd the Pure Wina Stamp of the Sfate whlcn guarantees the absolute purity of tU wines; every bottle is WIRED, bearing the Seal or the proprietor of the vineyard. '. . a- "vt, P iok -srilBlsKBHHBisisB&EKBtMt' fis"'tfiKBMtBUBt! vfm !E '"AlsslBflkEBBSEr-SsVBHSflBW " ""' V jrSgl ThiifMurereprtiimtt the Yaultiof the Ingletwak VintyarAin California, 1 HRMPDlinCD 141 7. New York Avenue, i IVlHunUUtrii 1 1 22 Connecticut Ave., Only Agent for-4heJ3istrict of Columbia. ffiBaslDlH IfltOISTtRED Are Superior to Any in the Market. 1. Because they are mntlo from tho highest typos of. Europoan grapes trans planted to'tlio most frUltful'VAllcy; In-' California. ' 1 2. Because of the many vdrletlos eaoh Is from' Iho host-known 'grape for 'tliatpai'llculnrwlno nnil consequently they nrounirorm Intcharactor-ttoinycar to year; n very-Important fact with druggists nnd consumers. ' ' 0. BecaklSe thoy arc nifidc In tlte most '.careful manner and by tho most ap proved methods. - , : 4. Because they are full strength; pure julco wlti63, produced from tho grape by-natural processes only, -,Thoy aro entire no water; no artificial color ing matter, no sugar, no ctililo alcohol.' B. Because thoy aro novcr olToied to the public until -they ftro inaturoiin 1' fit' for bottling. ' . 0. Because from tho best vineyard in California, producing 500.0QO gallons yearly. Only tho oldest and flncsVwlnes como to this' markot, and every bottle eold carries on Its label the naino of tlio vineyard. 7. Because we have ample vaults in' this city, twenty feot under ground, where-lb o wines aro stored until bottled for use, cxperlonco having proven that the care and handling of wines is as important as tho making. ti. Because wo liavo no Irresponsible agents, nnd hold ourselves rcsponilblo for the quality and perfect condition of-evcry lottlo sold. 0. Because we can slllp our wlno to any Btato cast of the 'Mississippi rlv6r, In lots of four or moro cases, with safely to the purchaser aud for less monoyl than nilkc wlno can be purchased. clscwltctc. 10. Because wo aro hero on a peimlanent bnslf, atid will icf und purchasu money on any wlno which proves unsa1 Isfactory. . , 11. Because we carry a largo stock and can duplicate orders to any ox nt. I I 13. Beoause'Mr: IL "Vf. Crabbi tho! owner of tho To-Knlon vineyard, afUrtni oxbaustlvo study ol European vineyards and all tho Intrlcato . processes of wide-' making, has" given twenty years ,0f lilfc Hfo to tlio great Industry of American wlno production, and now'dcscrvediy siands at the head with a reputation too valuablo to Jcopardlzo. ! 13. Because tho avera'go Amotlcan. wines aro from Inferior grapes often ciarclessiy' made, often doctored to crcajo au-artlflclal Uavor, and put on tlio mar--kct too young, after nnonforced cWrlfldatlon, 14. Because ulno-tonlhs of tlio so-dallcd imported telnet ard spurious, or ox tended with water aud poor nlcohol, flilvorcd and colorotl to "suit the market." DRUGGISTS SHOULD BUY FROM US. 10, Becauso adultcratfonnhd falsification of wines and brandies Is tho nilo nnd not tho exception-, while uo guarahtco our good3 to "bo"outlroly frco from any foreign. substaucos nud. Invito tho closest analysis.- The public generally should buy To-Kalon Wines, as we have put a large capital Into the. business, have an immense stock always' on hand, and are here to do a legitimate business for a legitimate profit. DBIJ-r fTOXJK. TPLXJ3STKS BzasraafiseBi'-s, 4H& pErmTI! 8IXE1ST NQUTlDTmT, NlfXV XO ObMjSifff$ tttt - TRADE MARK.) -AT- WINESi xehtre the Winet art bottled. ImvAhDritnoop, , Calls attention to Ills largo stock otBTHIN WAV, Cliaso ("abler, Wlieelock, Brlffiti, llclinlniraii otlior Vlftnos. Tlio -woa'dorful s'elf'playinR Alollan anil Cablnot Oriaits. tjolJ on Installments, bictiantrod, rented, re- B sired, tuned, moved and stored., Vlollrls, anjos and uultars. utrlnirs a specialty, Hlieet Muslo and Musical Jilorcliatullso at tha old stand, 923. l'onna. ave. KNABE Grand, Upright and Square PIANOFORTES. Snecl 1 attention bt purchasers Is lavltod to our NEW AUTISTIC BTVIiKS," Flnlsbod In designs bf ' "HiatlEBT DKCOltATIVB AHT." -i-PIANOS FOR BBNT.-ii tjecond-haud Pianos at All Prices.! Wm. Knabe & bo., . 87 Market Space. V3E CURES, MINN KOLA, ailiT KDOK or QOIiUKN IIILC ATXiOUS, And yon will always have beautiful Hreil, Itolls arid DUcUlts. Wholesald Depot, oor nor First streot and Indiana avenue. WM. M. QAL.T ft CD. BE0,WniTE k S0NS,462Mane ku, S:,W; .Quality tho Boat. Prices, the Lowest AND Quick Wert ALL THE LATEST STYLES In Entrance Btepi. Sark Ballings a Srieclalty. ARCHIJECTURAL (RON VVOBK. i prtscno ia (any ? dene en n as tha ,ont spsclfla turtbs certain cara ot thtsdltosso. O. U.IKIIItAU AM.M. 1. AmatsrakUT; tf , Y. whT-oiJ mi a foi many ysars, and U' Iim rftloa. .... - OhlM(0;llr. 81.00, Bold by Druggist r.lJkr.lHXitiYTj wmmisvmuiUMm iTIiftsatlny CspsulM arrest to H9 uyurs wiiuoui iucuii;l'i'fijrajl Iience,-iuoAe arroction in woicniiniiiB OopilUa,Outb and lnJUouy'1l'V rsiL IT niTT If A P03ITIVK OUUB POH N 1 1 U I Y L0SiT ur Fulling MAM. ill UlUll .HOOD. Norvousuaas. WMnictif. ttfltmlff and 'Mind, fjact'nf Strengtb. Vigor and Development, caused try Errors, uxcessos, s ' l otsunrow ment and I'mofsmallcd (soaleil) frea. Addrosa UniB MKDIOAL CO., UUrPAlX), N. Y. CHICHESTER'S ENdUISH ttO CS9C3 DIAUWD SSMTO. Tbt RtlclttM. Blf RMUIM and tnottnlikblt pill rurai4l I.BtllniJAs.1chrCkfkMlr'i tin. snatni ina biiikiiubi. k-naiMWIIiiiiondHrunJ. i la red lulUla ligxet. WU1 no other. AtUrojtt. illfiUHU pnUwiil boru witS iUk yxhitix ixennracoaicritib , ,m MT4.UiniprtfcrutlMUrk til ir.ltkF r f .nillM. it ltfr. br velum nU. 10.000 UUomUItoM iHlII wm Ut m. tbtn wttb HuceeM. NAME PAPER CMchMtrCltQDi!ralCo.UaaUonh(i.iniU.ir 1 1 ii 1 1 i -" DRUNKENNESS OUTHK MUOIt HABIT (JAR HE CURtn BY AlDilMSTKIUMl.DU. IIAIHKS' UOI, 1)E,1 Nl'IXIt'fO. Cun bo Blvon In a cup of coffee or tea .with out llie knowledeo of tlio person taklnc It. It Is absolutely harmless, ami will effect a per manent and speedy cure, whether the patient is a moderate drinker or an aleohollawrock. t has been given In thousand of casos, and n nmrv InstanpA ft rierfoet cure has fotlutved. 'lio system onco fiupi-eK- naled with. the BpeeiacU beeome.S4u utter Impoesivlljiy fprtue liquor appetite ; W yist Tor a epy s" v. WAiiB, under tliij injbiu U! Jt;K. HBI,rttltN8TlMB, 11th t.&44 YeflBWtaTWall'atvai CERES : i MKMB'AJTftaaK fWYtdK. HM ". HlMsmirah'H rouMU7fl H TO DlTlV H HiaMMan. 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