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n~ ..nw. psagMeg . S P. E. UMnAv. YorI eDbinet et OftIab.s, Maryland and le sh today er teight, probn Fridy; ordrly winds; 0.1....NX or T=3 VATrK. 2bemafr n = omnition of water at 8 ALI.rad atempatore, SL eondilo, IL IeaIteg tvnervekr, tUnperatare. 8S. Con dAi at . inb ee----. 22; condition at ad e-t-m, U. distibuting remurvoir, ft: -m-don at intuent gate gate home, 4. 210 water. Low water. 1054 am. 116 p.Am. I a am. 5:23 p.m. 74M 35 Cxvrr oe. eas buy a pound of nwra's Camn--a wfity whes e s away. CWn, nUmm' own !pberry Sirup. Puraaru.Operatahmam =rPZn'8,455av. FAMBA.a m Bebema xuttnery And 04e5 Sup Puits fto gas m & ft", &11 nth st. Asniure as g.anamsun.---Slver Fillings, ome. jU TOI&very Ue, ~t s Aw Taows 7th andD. *eram Pen gow vua Lor" fu n e. of ter igh-rade Straw Uate JIMe. A&Sem, cer. 7th and D . Feasans~e Zee t m hiue by express any wher ent of twn. ]A2 L w York are. TM C=m== lft and K streete north Vet will now . ratIe for saner mnth&. Camrqe f sMs by se ExwruM CAWZr iams. 633-M m-m ae. n.w.. are made moth pen fres, et -g. Telephone 425-2. CITY AND DISTRICT. AWUrEMENTYS TOlslBT. Tur. Ba&r a.or GnrranaA.-1th stree and Chio aveaum. EXCrRqMONS TOMORROW. F-iri Virw.-tenamar Pentz, 9:45 am. and 1:45 ard 6:45 p.m. ManaoL-x. Hai...-Fteamera Maraleeter and liver One-n. 9 and 10 a.m. and 2:a p.n. Ras Kame.-Trinn lesTs e IL and 0. Ntation 9:15a.m., :S and 428 p.m. CoXt a. BLAaC ANO PLtsr PoINT.-George Lear,. 9 a.m. BfrwaPpA Paas.--Take Telettown ca. Imsam Hzan.-8ekamer Xacaleeter, 6:45 p.mA. Bar Rirw.T -Epworth T 'ague eznreson; I. and 0. station; regular trains. CONDEUNSED LOCALS. Two Mons:wo at 3:45 o'clock a s-light fire took jlace at the hoae of Owen Giabert, 413 12th a ret northwest. Eeme .join Hi. Rtegtinent. Mr. Fred. Weber of the eighth Pennsylvania regiment, which belongs in and around Harris berg, has been running a eig;r stor, on Capitol M a:n thin city for oeveral monti. but he received essphotte orders from the commanding erer of his regiament to re-ort at Homestead as soa a poa-ie and he 1dle yesterday. Vtiertta Paen Repubitems Aaseetates. The Virginia State Republican Associ-tion held a large and enthusiastic meeting Tuesday night at their headquarters. 1411 PennertvaIa avence northwest. Speeches were made by a member ot the m.bera. Chairman J. EL Har zesa seored thea. who held minor goverament positioe far their leek of interest, and urged aB to work in the ar hing A. . Samith of the fourth Virginia t much had to be doe before the republis= of hi district eenid be got into hiUng trim. He Sad, however, that the color repuMi=ana re MAw Mendy yeng men and they are sreg. intenigent and progressive. con mitte e cursion reported progrea. Kneked Down by a Bleyele. Mr. LKieard Lee of eaosha. Wi.., while e esingew Jemy avenue near the B. and 0. depot yeaterday,wAs knocked down and benised by a bicycle ridden by Walter Bokbart of 1604 NOw JerMy avenue. Mr. Iae was taken 1o the Emegency Ehlpial for trnratimaa. 1.b No - hlw set PrOparty 31reveses. In the middle of June the house of J. Pink, 1450 W astet, was entered during the absene of the handy and ile spoons, knives, &c., vale# at o160. were tahen. Among the ar dese an a peculiar silver lask with Mr. Finit lemugh and thin Sergeant Daley recovered from a pawn shop a few days ago, and he secured a p ", adthe party who pawned It. This itted Harry Agee, who ws rl'ae. from the padmtletry in Fibruary las. Yesterdy Ser l Daley, wil Sergeat Parry and O= mt, sal the house of Ages- , 1trI alf stet, and recovered knives, spooms, a., 'eabed at 0101. emth or ani Ortegearn Gverament oa 4se0. Mr. Charke Naek. for thirty-on. year. an employe in the Treasury Department, died at hin hme, 930 street northwest. at 4 o'clock Ibis mrming. at tha advanced age of eighty peen. Mr. Neale uas cf Enghah birth, but em to the United State. when a boy to make his besee in I'eanaylvania. He entered the sevie of the govermui~. s iS186 as an expert toeassit in arpnwn- the bureau of e vn and printing and in 1i64 was transfe to the edle. of the repider of the treasurm-. where he wa eatmannety employed to the 'time of his death. Mr. Neal. was in charge of the eer mency banash af the regieter's ofice, where, meder his eapervison, emnaoma et dallaws have beg. -leman canceled and destroyed. He wasan able. faithful and cnscicentioes e~oer and an authority em ai queatoone connected wth s iarns msee of the eurreney. Empe Theretem. Thid Aresy, DeLe (apt. George A. Thurst... commaamding bat teer G, third artiery, at Fort Me Henry, died yeaserday in Balimore of Bright's diseuie. Clap. Thurston wara Sftv-eight year. old. He was born in New Yark. but at an eariy age anoved to Nevada, where, on April 10. 1864, ho went into servire as a Lrnt lieutenant in the frat Nevada tnehnery of the federal army. He uas aseweed out as captain in 1365. Oni March 7. 1101, he was ted eacead lieuten nt in the femitrenc eua army. In thin branch of the serie he made the cs with Gen. Melensie during the border tronZ with Mexico. proeing hm.aef an .1*le and engr-1 eauom aeuer. 0. February 16, 188. he was1 4iesto first lleunant,* n on June 13, he stramnterred with the eame rank to te tatid artnerv. He uas eremoted frorm Ught battery C Deesember 16, 18t0, to a cap taincy ad asned to battery ii, which he re "tained me his death. He laavee a wiow. Tedey Capt. Thuratas rean will -be beoeght tn W--w-gsa- fer inter ment at Arltie.o. The pal-hemue wIN he the. e-aemsoe emareed bt ~rat Fort Uceur, an ther oer aeen y h Here an eet and and theartillery, at the baree, wiB ees4ecortege and --e="rany.tt io the wameitat eery..8.mnay The West V'irgin Republise A-ma-1ai wBil ratify the Minapolnha---a--eat 0. A. 3. Hall tomorrow eening. The meseting wSi be eafldito rder at 8 o'clock. NaJ. A. ('. More of the Departament of Jtee. president af tee aeison, wEI pr. Addreses wil he detrvered by SeereaarsnCn...idom. 1Nin Blepresentative er and oter d. -hene giSmean. 0m's Ocuas Cm neat Saterday for O and smam. m Sunday via Bay hidge. Suebaih eg and saihag. - athng gr- in teesa De doager et liar.-Adei. 3=mzn= as, Waranp M as=.* C. Rose in m ise Ald hmea himm, Emmg.Gres" .uh Wsase . e...... Trdis aa .a .mjesand Chie and Nefm an s a*emmassa me e an urn M gdn.E,3,Saam O -Add a....dae m.. an ega as10 a ZZ WELL no 3 Frank mmoas m1 Premse W me Neneser Waurs the Bent Wimm. Frank Blacketone, the yong esid ma who was shot through the shulder and dm gerouy wounded by PIm-- Omese while attesmpting ts esempe -rrt a few fbysege, as published in Tn Sran t th tne, va breght from the hospital to the Pull" Court thim smormg for trial. No was nfering imiernely from the wound and hi sorrow was Increased when be advaitted his wreagdog In the pat and amid he was likely In die from te afoets of the sho. The charge aa*st ba was Outting ae~er negro nuam Wua. alob-n. Blackstone had ecaped from the work sus only a short Urms before the Fourth of July, and the precutiag witness chazeSdmt the trouble betweme them was the resu..ef ao .es ch. g A he had given the pqee lIeramhes egeerning his whereabouts. The eating, he wasd, a done for no cause whatever. - The injured man, with hiea'rm in a sing, took the stand and Said a entirely diferout story. He aid that they were engaged ha a crap gamme ad when some one riod "pllee" there was a stempede. Xabia=oo he said got 10 cents that beloegsdht him and he'le stone 1 got the bEa-e. Bobmin was about to Mt him with a stem when he ft him with Mi penknife. Policeman Carse* said he km a ag ot the afir. He was acquoratid with both am and they were of the amme cheratoer. "Judge. your honor." mid the pehrmnr, ad d-essiag the court, "I think I harse been pun ished enough. I have been vary near deiath's door since the trouble and rve psemised *e ecr that if I get out of this s Frape al right I'l be better In the fehare. I have a hole In my back And the bullet is still in ther. The chances are stil agmnt me and I aem Ilkhy ho die <t."1 "iQo shot you?" the court Inquired. "I did." rpl'ed the dleer. "And 'm likely to di," eAded the negro. "Youneednot be "mM th. e ecurt, "Crap s'hooters don't die oftm." The jnry returned a verict of n ityand the enort ordered that the !Ii mam be taken back to the hospital instetd beig seat to the work house. TUZ "oRbA T3SrWIGNIT. A Farewn4l Onseert by the Marine Bm4 With Mr. Rese s ema"Iuir. The people of Washington wil have e amore opportunir of listening to the Mirine land in concert under the betos at Mr. JAbu Uhiip Souea. the conductor who has brought the bond totia present hih ste of edrkney. It will bA in the nature of a farewdIl tesdamoial to Mr. Boaum by the nizen= of the Dietrict and distinguished people mporry hese, and will take place in the New National Thetaer on the 29th Itatnt,as the folowing eorrespemd enee wil show: Mr. John Philip Sse: Dear Sir: The knowledge that you re sos ha leave Washington has oamsed wIdsesse end genuine regret, such as would be falt at the prospeative departure from the city of fey other men. Every intelligent citizen appreed atew the skill, energy and artistie eandm uith wMh you have werke for s leader of the Marine Band to make tha orgea-on what it should be-am of the leading bands of the world. They feel you have sueeded against obstacles which only ag4ut enthusiasm and untiring Industry ovibd have overeems, and thousands of our ctzebae enjoyed on manny occasions the fruits of yaw hrd work. Before your departure from among them they wish once more to liten to a coneart by the band which you have led with s=ch marked skill for se smay yeamrs. and the un uttering the general de sire of the ele-:of;, trust pkeyu will And an opportonspto aford them this pleasur. suiYn yw* ILei P. Morton, Cme. Cis,S. 3. Canom, John M. Palmer, Cba. P. ndersouW. E. Chandler. Burton MeMI in, A.Eenberi W. C. P. Preeklaridge. Jo Da-s John O'Neil, J. C. Burrow . H . John E. Kenna, Chun. O'3ei, s Braard E. W I -rene 9 , Tho IL L vImk IL John P. De O , John Edon, F. S. Pr ry, A. T. sy Hatton, Beriah WilkiN . 3.. c. Glover E. G. Donnel , 01ri e a t H.Da . Waammese. D. ., July 1l 1Nw The Ron. Levi P. Morten, Nen. Chs. 5. Crisp, Mr. Crosby . Noyes, Be. Prank Haien, dC.: Gentlemmen: I have the $onor to acknied edge the recet yours of the 71h instant, reguesting tha Igve a Ohrwdl NoR art with the hand of the ntised Sttes marine orpa be tose my departure from this city. I ampt the comyimment with unteigned mAlde- and with y Pourmiadeesggs the at outh the time nd New National Theater as the plece for the conert. Wha profound of s honor you have dome meI beg, gentlsmm to sub scribe myself, with great reqiset SUIPI'le saurn 3? nar. Mr. T. J. Moore, proprieler of the Nuer. sand hill. has begun the shipment of sand by rail to various points along Oe Ballhnme and Ohio. The es riament has been so -ca-mal that several swmd en pose ho fdiew suit. The counbry adjcen-t to Aa-st is rib in the ve'Able product. WrvwaaL Or nS. sn. The funeral of Mrs. Mary E. Bek took piee today frome St. Terae's Chuah. hRe. T. 3 H retor.efobnad, and delivered en es yfeigesutlee. Mrs.Bark was ninety one years old, and uwas a =mme 1gwre In Ana morns Mr. H. A. Ilrger is today giving a well attenied ozeme a o ".sy Point t es steamer Geo erye-, Capt. Bea-h== The net result of the oating will be applied ha the bufniag fund oftthe new K . ( mareh. emanu=el Uie(hrek oetiga aseans, e.pect haemh.'"ha'the".e .dles**by Aii 1. her horn., No. 11s Jesoe seet. She ems twety-two yeem old. eo wil be burled tomorrow at ant Baernbas' eharok yard, Prince George's county, Md. Mr. Balie's ah~d is edtieefy i, me- .y. ...ri 3. -s Onan. ER. Benjamsin B. Hil, who gma..-ad frn the *helogee depensmet ot Binmd Undrer city this year, was ordeined las evenhag a mniiter of the laptist Church at the binsd Baptist Chureb. Us has acsphad a emS s pastor of the Mount Des 0Ch== ha Oberile, Ohio. The erdiese= smoen asdiwrssb lay. J. T. Clark. The charge sen Bev. W. H. doett. The heed o e wmpe euinadedbyBe. J. L 2~sgand Isv. .. euder presented Mr. HilB a Mile in the naae of the church. Othar maa. who took patin the services were Be,. W. P. GMerns -ev J. H. Lee nd Bev. A. 5. nam. 1ahi'*" .hteas a mi Uwmwin ~. .m- .-...... -.e... A epohltra~ N~e te amee Potomae smeee at iEpeea. 30aJ* , arriving at Phnapaa at Y, ewg eme hour and a hatt fur supper at deha leaving Marke wharf at 945 ri at Atlasti 3dEM p.m. stretst~hat Mae iseet was h cluded.-Adsf Dan.: Obycasso A? har arne=-Ormt Sothes bae. Pf. W. Et bs cornet soleis, sepader ha Kevy. 3 0n . trsas at 945 a. m,liM medM p. m.; Ge days at sig a. am.,IdM5p. a. 0samm trIp-Adet. S2AI WiL. Der A S6, WJI wit au a ekes emit ser a few dae lener et E. Ee ammA Ca.'m.-Adet. Wres tuw Faer Sm ha es mm hueag amaU heah Osm h a 4e Ah ke Whs Uie Sy de imeat gw se amine s-en--- mmi 3. 3 she 3. 80a .g .. 3.E We -nen ae-.. a The bamm t trn lee g adopted remi. ktots whih seemed ae R"s W baghon CII Doea ' Ama...iam of ben bljaed Ow any by itteagiualionadjim mUsssme at tf hseem dOet ot te pub& OeN 4 the eft. The pre. 1dent et that ---a - ls Mr.Jenbs W. him., and whe kaaR reporter -a him two morn bg he os-eeMd to haring rad the re.asno... relating to to -m--him aind sai tm he had elmu a aIg at the meStite e-M.a== far ". evening t.4oasr e midhr. "Our m-aeemois," aid Mr. Dmeson, "Is oer =omi.ad far the porpose ot advancing the me ter - inthebt the a asNseatia o t the Is an ourAotettos aveadhre cloely! YEr W~h we wereorega know ef a gthet we have dome to te tajryof any o e motion at Qe a*. We hbi "u' ' attematae fam tim to im to the ,yotem ot oedi g ths mose a2praeb" for pebda tme~ama adas, erstt the emtm .fmwml MA..av ... t" es1v., ser eee. at the oit wsma sit eel, a fair chare of the publi momer. It he been due mily to the eofrt of the .oed- along thems Knes that during he Pao three Sthe easeterm mction ft the city received folrer treatament. Tldo fact shown by the te one doptd by the boas t erai ote farrt it doejy .d hle O frout on * which bad b fee three for e yeeas and o stretse hlave ne- beehproved,net even the amm " lest. BeDel Ibse id, Es hasgb beenoo wal emo far 69 pas Oree yenes, ana to Wil be me et o our a=*o eision toee this 1osb antimaa. We have so fght witamy i. aenla of the aniy ad hae no intention to ijure theelti sa who do not bapp to ae Oapil Our modati. new snmbas M, W= nine tenthe of wham e Iepeym and alarge ma jrity own their os buses. I eedder that the reieltions ae =Air and unjust and ae not Wmevnted by h he. sed eAe or a uhmp-ni-e. Olae sBker. A young - named ames ELdgedy was arred yesterdby by Daeba-bre Cter and locked up on chargerof faie protenses. It was aherged that he obtsined smal same ot money m em. . Brmley and George E. dsley. Whes placed under reet he gave hunger a aemse fbr his ondueat. He cft here Meeral years o en Kentucky and it iN amid that he was a d atd oee seer. Wbm the come was lI the Polie Court tety he wMed an e .ma and the came -m sat to the grand Jury. Beoqm u e in deat of bonds. Time Geermmeat Piaftag oRee. Th. eenAteyesterdaydieesed atromeisingth the amtr of the purehese of a ite for a.new gon 1 t11lg - .em. The matter cum up on an ..ma.mnt to the mudry civil bil afered by Mr. Vet,.Pepoing to purebasethe mite knowas the Mahome dt. Mr. Uaaderoon protested taking free the joint com mittee th ot of the matter. The question went over untB today. Me fr te eashere bsy.te Pemsylvania $5 to eiter Atlaste City, Cape May or Sea Idae City via trains in both directions, including t er through Pid in and returning. Tickete good on uieag Wohinglon at 11 a.m, tomorrow. Priday, July 15, and for return passage until July 19.-AdvL Ozz at our d*sting edUnied Sbtee Sema toe recently drew heek, iq pment of sme debt, upon his account at the Ohio Na tional Bank of this eity. In transmItn'g the chock to the payee it was lost. The ae fereu4 the indoremmeat ot the payee and pre the eheck trough another party to the fr Pae t, however, was re fCyud, me elaitely informed that sm one wa to commit forgery. The yeng man lkdvry blank and allowed e kto be tind by The bank and re turned to the Senator. hkere have to know what thy are about nd keep their eyes open.* AE MELm You 10 Ozns.-On etgnmer Co lumbia tem Day Bi1. W to By Ridge and return by trains a and . station at :15 a. ., 1:0 p. m., :6 p. m.; Sundays at :M a. m., 1:M p. 30 , "d p. m.-Adut. Tam yer Intended to Ocean City on Sat urday with other friends. Enjoy yourself and return on Sunday refreihed the m t EZiouvea's and trustees' mole ot brick dwell ing No. 915 L street northwest tomorrow at 6 o'clock p.m. See advertisement. C BWOD POISORIKG ame ]M F. Omflms. a T-7y Intelligent hod of t.a O' w'. po.oed -bi." '-t"s phy'ald .t an aa.ay 5 yes. . a..d .... T .ZB ULC. broke out on herhead. arms. egus and thro@. Bar hair all ome ou. .er husband peet handesef dome wueout aay beneIt. she weighed tt' S poemub. mad sSw ue prospect ot help.. At I" ehe boom to take eod5 Saepwlta and at mes iam pae ; coM soumaa get eatof bed md walk. She gays: "I hsme sarledy eNst to HODS BSSAPAXU.LAk an am ner a well wmaa. Iweigh 2pouMas. eat well md dS e work for a asse faan. My emae minime a wodetuleeewar. and phyadetanslook at me in .anoat. m shoet LE3 ONE .AIS.D p.OK '7.. DEAD." OOD'S PILLB shoit be to every amiy mas ahest. Onsemet. alwaes uedmri. S How Ba. 8S,. When their teatsr mate are imam en e with Iteh. hag. bmraig, smir se tebryeiam and mu tp is iea.s wit h em of hi. ae but mhm. ses. EIEm--O. O,0... Dh.xo. It i t M ' it.'R a w..m .1.eve. Ua W We elbesesmue alm . W P.r U, YeIJ. Pa.. umanahem Wa06 P..A, N.W. agg -ne us ues __.. a- I - f nee - u. - e SO istr I a s ews eve. UrNL-.he.soshel@& PIAMNOS I us . - CL3 POARF NS amS D us la 36@L - MIN =s 12Ta" AN G ST.. N.W. NA NOE TO S 04 . A sun 10 AAy. TE ToffEUIEDA uOak K..O. CaEDI O. tW i fo 2 e r om n he W hGr. ae rosurnsture, s u uA n ruS. Ws us uens tele 8= 03 5 pe cn lwr npr us tshsan us sl us alitiseus sn enus a spote s 1e11200ede res. No Nmm ~o Stem sete eA Oak Be Rooss 2.v PA rel firx cash or Wm TN tme.rA W.0G. Merare1he & e..raee Wr 400. er Ser O CR ITim A . pet Md and id 71k @L eatr co. Sea *0Plumboharg fI* or het wae no OE AT C.ASH~ P310es. See ar Aan ar fieor befob o boy.n ts tOWk Nrth radtte paror exposimn m bete. TAl' Coman ad camb6. nme. Bees bs nyariclh Getd Purnit~s youanue. an ISO Iails.p we so for cssr lper in pon& or - P ae er and comme Aa '.. an b soi as oherngton an o Se~et me Soand~e Rood Sutree ofl fotr U7s N tb"e we th asst ver wa d esad In m aoh0 t Nures. See m Azniger Esbleerator beice you buy. Is took first p"ime at the Publ expoeon in p0s.m hest. nlw. Sem ow .IM stack of Mattim. ijuolm ad Oil. cloth,--ol 4rds that we reliable. See or STUR Oak xnim TaTle. ND5 cub or 0O 3OE tims. smWu about an" aruds, ot Parnituze you may need. DO swlekl as law, and LEmplEte me UA any he A sNE Washington ad m m~ae lbseaenet sr iseds. SAWNOTH CREDIT HOUS Tzz HousRzAND WHO NCONENEoC TIE TORTURE OF A DISMANTLED AND UK OOM.ORTAEL BOE DURING THE SURTINC DAYS F MIDSUMMR IS IEB TER MOTE WHO ALLDWS KIM CHfiDRE To SUFFER Tin PANGS O HUNGIE WIT AROAD IS PLETI FUL AND CAN BEC OBTAINED "OA A 3MIL WITH TE JANY ADVANTAGS O OUR A QUTALI CREDIT SYETE ANDUROMMALND.O EEYNUR, CAPETI WILLTINMs.EEeATO IAEs. THY KEAM WE GOWWIH APINS AND CH~aO OER AN TH AH GROW UP AI GROUN 0106. INT.E TLR OF PROSERIT. DREI COPNED WTHASML OTO WLYs ORe $rMONHYSVNS OURPALUMEA AUOWAYS OWETR EDSMR LINE 01r9m IUgggTEE CAET Ul U. W N T adesn oe 000so Me A bMng uts Cowa AAVMmn Ams Paapws ea Casa impart Its own haand= and sah=M lb n fe.-.g...aa hMeas The mg this ==mied tovaa the --= we gie with -eak pasi oer ~Or ountr aat a thefea at a ahe. As to ounr prime an- -hmenehi wegg.. 3. mesnaber that - pf snto am give wth Th-Nester Ta and Aand P. Baing Poder. If you have not been eaese Ini sage a hin with our paumpli=me Tim, snat Arauxio ama Pams. Tm 0o., 501 and M Seventh st. nw. Bamnc.s: 1= l4t t. a.w.--31 K . Georgetown.--41R a is. n.!- it and ii Oenter Markt.-47 and U Emern Market --1 and 92 Western Market.-- and 90 Strest Market.-101 Northern I&bty Narbet. Navwr. H. DowAma. Telephone SM aMger. Surgical, Dentand Veterdary InMseuMMs and Trum. of all deuariptiOna. WaRJone's. Telephone, No. 1761. Are You Hunting for Dergate? If you ask a W who a" Furli te "oa*e- tha one else the aamer apt to be"Runm," and tis bistriy at S me of eW year. Hafng the Mar part of my stok o I am now naraug a "dodng-out male at Re frigerators and Sideboards. Ceme In, look my stock over, get my price and make up mind to buy at "roek-bottoemm tes on vug Urn.'' Jens RVDDXn, The.ACooansnOdamr, it 518 7th street nortwest. For the hot weaher ear Claret and Lime Juice will touch the pet; M -1 1a, 8.; qb., 35a. Our Us Whik, yearw 45c. q Golden Catawba, 15&. CaL-. bo,1211. Pro.. Plour, warranted, 91.M-75o., dO. ak. New Lobster and Salmon, r8mdines. 1t P. E. Wnaov, StA 7thMt, nw. Dog Collars engraved, Rasor. haened five edger.' Cutlery. WA&.OWS, 477 e. It Without Rese . 890. bu any of our High-= Straw Hata. Were ON., 42, 01.75, L. . Now S0.-0M. jyl24t Paza & Soxcor.7th and D at.. The Fastet Time an Reord. For this week only 5 bottlee elifornIa Wine for$L l200and 102 Pa. ave.n.w. Aligeods at summer rates. jyU-3t Screen Door and Window Sceens of an sizes. L. H. HoPIx, 983 Vst. nw. jy12-ea* Telephone 120. DsOmestic Sewing Ma chine,sor. 7th and H, for repalringandronung. e18.eolm A Can Cut. No reserve; no holding back. S. will buy an Straw Hat in our house. jy12-3t maxo & Sox, oor. 7th and D is. Buy Wibon & Carr's lthing Slippers; price, 3 eoents. 929 F stA n.w. jy11-ia All Bal Players may there is nothing like White's Yucatan Gum to relieve the parched condition of the throat produced by overhet ing. - jyU4t Best 01 Fluid, 5 gal e. You. & Co.,714 K Caetelon Wine =rs stemaob troubles. Iy7-b A. Hrmunu.Ba & 0. S. Heler. 72 7th st. n.w. is making a cielt in lAde' and Children's Hlair = and Smpooing; also car Dandruff. mySS-tr Castellom Wine is of special beneft in cases of dysentery and diarrhea. i per quart bottle, 6 bottles for 85. JY7-IM A. Harnmu.am & Co. Elixir Babek cures all malarial diseases. None Namne It But to Prafse. Wheeler & Wilson's New High Arm No. I A marvel of lightneas and swiftmwm, ja27 Ofece 487 9th st. n.y. Castellon Wine checks and cures sina coin A. HrruLz.n & Co., jyY-lm1888 14th at. nw. . I IM1fMLIW Royal Glue medaseerything. Druggists. 100 AMUSEMENTS. OGUTTYSBUnG. 15TH BTgEE AND ORIO AVENU3. j133 OPEN DAILY. L A IDD n11 M L AAJlr... AIL A DD inLz a You will nes onne pair of Oxtard Tie tM .a an, and heem Ie the place to secure them at greatly re ineed -eifa. Onourhaut. mter we hare Odsarsat L1.5parpmir, worth 65.35. S1.85per patr. worth 6250 S1.mprpair. worth 3.00. 81.35 pir par, worth 6835. U0.0per piir. werthSJ.0 02.4per pair. worth 3600 U.5perpar, worth HI-0L U.T5pwpf. worth 6.50. These se anlorthlsmums'a prajuit ana he mast etthmaruaamne3a.ade.A.Bamd0'teths. hAmiyertriaen thsmeuoes itilhe uanaeaMe to you, as thmr will net saemata bae. lngetthes S G.0 W. E:,.. GREAT 84.a 01 UPJ'RWNEF W0 MOR Cdgg NAT As nWB i 2AERAMBA .wmm00 Tag Wa wu ggu L iomssn m"om,. WM~OI. -AzL am. - WCEgN ~m iaw=en Wmnd, asi 3 V.~u U. nnAM aa -. ~,. msga&a. M8001. Age eM 93&su~esaasge A. 3X~se as m. ADKIMION IS= A vaporhre-wmbbggm ft wwminim a va inhes Pwmebuft Lopmme I Amounts.. mpsARL. LA 30?. ftaL F. W. S0CNPW.D6 TEE 30! WONDUS AND TMN Anesmeagamm Tdpb Mougg PEOGRAM CKmM RYUER ZNIN& UrS, tbe usimms d at g wa'."mgm" low0. 11. 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