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EVENING STAR.
CROBBT 8. NOYB9?????? ISditor.
?^? ???Mi#
Largest Circulation in the District
Beading Matter on Every Page.
WASHINGTON CITY:
FIIDAT Jm? 7, 1<T73.
The W*rk Dont at PkiMclpbU.
Ike National Republican Convention at
Philadelphia ha? done its work and adjourned ?
It?M conceded by all unprejudiced lookers-on
at Philadelphia that the convention waa one of
the strongest representative bodies ever as
hniMi-d in the country. In mere physical
presence it was notably a gathering of fine, solid
locking men, and that favorable impression rv
not diminished by the nature of the delibera
tions. The gathering afforded a great contrast
to that at Ciacinnati in its representative char
acter, and in its nnity and vigor of purpose
'i bat at Cincinnati embraced able men, bat the
lorces were all centifrugal, flying off continual
ly at a tangent. The extreme of incongruity
was reached when the party started on free
trade ideas putin nomination for the Presiden
cy the chief of the protectionists, and asked the
democratic party to come over to the support
ill their life-long adversary.
The convention at Philadelphia showed the
momentum of a great homogeneous party
sieving forward with irresistible force in its
regular track. There was not a hitch or dis
couragement in all its proceedings. There was
& lively little contest for the Vice Presidency,
1-ut it created no Ill-feeling, and the backers of
the respective candidates, in presenting their
Same* to the convention, kad nothing but praise
to bestow on their opponents; and when the
result of the first baUvt sf^ed Senator Wilson
to hsy$ ti>* preponderance, the nomination was
fcoade unanimous with hearty good-will. The
admirable and gracefully-worded acceptance of
defeat by Mr. Colfax in his telegram, Immedi
ately alter, served to remove all thought of
personal heart-burnings serving to destroy
zeal for the ticket in Indiana or elsewhere.
1 ht failure of Mr. Colfax, with unsurpassed
qualifications for the position, to secure
a reno mi nation has been attributed to causes
sot altogether the real ones. Undoubtedly the
efforts or what has been called the "newspaper
syndicate" against him had considerable effect.
It was composed of pugnacious, energetic and
influential correspondents, who, for real or
fancied grievances, worked against Mr. Colfax
with a will; but the potential cause of Mr.
Wilson's nomination was bis great strength
With the workingmen. The representatives of
the labor unions were in large force at Phila
delphia, and their demand was Imperative for
the nomination of Henry Wilson. Experienced
politicians held that tie labor-vote secured for
the ticket by the nomination of Wilson was
equivalent to turning the scale in Penn
sylvania, and, is fact, in the country,
Since it is more than probable that that
l?tate will decide the national contest,
arhe primary cause, however, of Mr. Colfax's
defeat was his letter to the New York Indcpemd
ent positively withdrawing from public lire. But
for that letter, Mr. Wilson would not have been
? candidate, and Mr. Colfax would have prob
?My been renominated, like President Grant,
t>y acclamation. It is true, undoubtedly, that
Mr. Colfax was overruled In making his with
drawal final by urgent appeals from party and
personal friends in all parte of the country, but
the effect of his letter was all the same. Mr.
Wilson was induced to enter the field in the be
lief that Mr. Colfax had vacated it, and there
was a feeling in the convention that under the
circumstances so taithful and capable a repub
lican and public man ought not to be sacrificed
miter having consented to run. Nor, under the
eircum-tances. can Mr. Colfax feel any soreness
or chagrin over the defeat?and he evidently
d?es not?since his decided declination of fur
ther public service occasioned it.
The ticket is, we think, the strongest that
could have been made. It was not so much the
Unanimity with which Gen. Grant was renomi
nated that indicated his undiminished popular
ity with tLe people as the positive unmistakable
enthusiasm with which it was received both on
the floor and galleries of the convention hall
mvd on the streets. This fact was unwillingly
Ct>nc? ded by warm partisans of the Cincinnati
ti> ket, present. It was the universal testimony
el tw>e who have witnessed all the great nom:
sating conventions of the past that none ha
exceeded this in the effectiveness of the "send
DCot' both ticket and platform.
Of ttc latter it may be said that while it is
Dpen like all modern political platforms, to the
charge or vagueness and to dealing somewhat
with glittering generalities, it isrully committed
to reform and the reduction or the public bur
dens.
Altogether the republicans go into the field
With every reasonable prospect of success.
a be narrow guage railroad convention will
jneet in St. Louis on the 19th inst., and,if it can
satisfactorily settle the important<iuestioas pre
sented for its consideration, its action may re
sult in the inauguration of s new era of nation
al development and growth. The tppics to be
discussed will embrace such practical ones as
the comparative cost or constructing and oper
atic g broad and narrow gauge roads, and their
relative efficiency in the development of new
countries; the saving in dead weight to be ef
fected by the narrow gauge, and the <iuestion
whether its passenger coaches can bs made
sale, comfortable, and popular with the travel
ing public. It is asserted by the advocates of
the new system that no antagonism exists be
tween the two systems, but that the narrow
gauge roads will prove powerful adjuncts, and.
In many instances, made dividend-paying roads
Of sickly enterprises.
The Methodist general conference didn't
agree with Mr. Beecher in his liberal views on
the Sunday question, but resolved to "opi>o*e
every invasion of the sanctity of the Sabbath
l>y social visits, by drives for pleasure, by rail
way trains even lor transportation or the mails,
t>r steam and canal boats, by the opening of
places or amusement, by secular lectures on
Sunday evenings, and by the throwing opon
Of lib raries and reading-rooms to the public."
From the official returns thus rar received
cr the late election in Virginia, it appears that
the vote upon striking out the usury clause or
the constitution stands:?For, ll,a;3; against,
?,379. In some counties no vote was polled, and
In others only a very small one.
LINCOLN HALL 8EBV1C1M.
Till'* of the spar arhiiig
i^TCKNATluSAL CONVENTION
of nil
TOl *0 MINI CMK18ri\M AS-OCUTIW
rf the l'Lit?d State* and llrit.su 1 iacaa. to bs
Leld at Lowell. Mass.. a atrial x>r?io- of
PKA1EB AID TIIANVIN-J
Will be hold in Liacola Han oo
SABBATH AFTERNOON,
at S.3D s'cl-?k. j7-?
NOTICE-The BaFFLB for the Watches,
119 Ac , ia aid of the Orphan Boys, will taks
?lacs at the Aaslosn. H street, between Kb and
loth, at < o'clock om FBID AT. lbs 7th last. ZC
nr^PTEAWBBBET FKETlVAL FOE THE
IJof l~nrSt of St. Andrew's Mission to bs held at
*o7141* P (treat, N. W , oa the EVENING# of
ths 4th aad 7th instaats, under ths auspices of the
ladies of tbs Mission j*i St
IY*F- kNHiHTS OP SAINT PaTBICB#:?The
LkS Cnlforss (Hat) adopted by the (launching
?rtaaisatioa knows as the Keiehts of St. Pat rink,
??a'air le obtained from M CCNNINOHAM. at
Ms Bat Factory, Bs. 1*17 F mast, sorter ot
>??B.
||fV" STBAWSEEKT FESTIVAL in the baae
went or ths Church of ths la mac a 1st* Oon
crfOSS. 3?h aad N streets, wssatis MONDAT,
June Jd. closes FBIDAT.Jane 7th. Tickets Wets.
Entitles holders to plat* of strawberriee aad creaw.
Adwiiaskd 10 cents. Feetival la aidoC ladies' Be
ssvoleat Awociatioa of North Washington? j?6 *?
stEAWBkakf riWITU ABD SfF
UJ PEE?At M.KKBDBBfl' HVPBL, Baa-a
ches *tts avenn*. betwees !HhandI MRh atrssts B.W..
e ?mmtnctagTrESDAT EVENIBO June 4th con
Cent*. Cease and help as. 1**-*
FBOE TBK BABLUSIf A?BS
US to ths present day, Scrofnla has been the
Baas, aad. a* It were, th- cures o< mankind Be ter
rible aad liiathinw had It been at scans period* of
the world's history that a person know a to he iafsct
e<* with It would aot be aitewad to la's with society.
Happily la oar day the di?ea*s Is stripped of Ms tor
nirliy the uss of ths EaxaaiTas't Boot aid Bit!
Jr tu.aad the *ictun o4 Scrofula, Ulcers,floras,
j> tuples. Blotches. Totter*. Ac., can bs restored to
Seislth la a few w?eks.
BOuT AND HEEB JrICES. tlJi ser bottle.
Pol'', by 8.C FOEO. 1 l**_ra. avs., aad.by Dro?
ptef KBBMOBDBOO , P*ofrietor,?l? Ims?.,
JX; :?;?kia. nayff ly
DEAQ CiLUSIO*.
or
The thaory that knu beiaga whm strength kM
been exhausted by pate and slckneaa cu b? restored
by depleting medicines and water grael, If n?t abeo
Intely a deed delnaion, It in the last agoaiee of dia
?< lotion. At length It ia understood that atreagth
cannot b? purged Into a debilitated frame, though
life nar easily be |ir(i< oat of it, and that it la
about aa viae to withhold a healtbfal stimulant
from the weak, in the expectation that they will
rally wUhont one, aa It woald be to deprive a lamp
of oil and expect it to bnrn the brighter lor It.
The imnroM and uniform tiectai which haa at
tended the aae of that wonderfal combination of a
pare stimulant with the flneet me. lie In* I herbs,
known aa Hostetter'X Stomach Bitten, haa largely
assisted in disp? lling the absurd chimera. Frantic
attempts are made to revive it, bnt in Tain. W hen
the sick feel that 4heir strength la departing, and
that unless invigorated they mast atterly 'break
down, it ia In Tain to tender iheoa feculent slops in
the place of genuine reetoratives. They may be im
p-ee<l upon in this way once, bnt the imposition
cannot be repeated. Ther desire to be refreshed,
comforted, braced up. and decline to be griped a
second time.
Under the operation of the Bfttcrs. on the other
hand,ail the processes neceisarr to physical resto
ration go on simultaneously. The system is stimn
lated and toned, the bo we If regulated, the appetite
cultivated, the nerves composed, and the condition
of the blood improved at one and the same time by
a single medicine. Common sense tails as that such
a preparation must be Invalnable. j?3 eoSt t\V
TBEASrBY DEPABTMENT,
Office of Controller of the CrR*ENrt,
? Wa?hixgtoji, April 2$,1372.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby riven to all persons who may hare
elaino against "The Waverly National B*nk,''of
Waverly. N. Y, that they are called upon to pr-segt
the same and to make legal proof thereof to JAM ES
8 THURSTON. Receiver,at the office of said B.mk,
at Waverly, H. Y.
JOHN JAY KNOX,
atW law.tm Artl^g Controller of the Currency.
|Y3=?TB*Asl BY DKPASI51KKT.
Iks OFFIC* or Cv5T*Ol.LE* ?F THE CfXR E^CY,
W A?Hi>'r.Tos, April 26,1372.
NOTICE.
The circulating notes of " The Waverly National
Bank," of Waverly. N. Y.? will be redeemr-d upon
presentation at the Treasury of the United Slates in
the city of Washington.
JOHN JAT KNOX,
apK law'^m Acting Controller of Currency.
*Y tj-" DR. A. HBATT. Graduate of Ohio College
n of Dental Surgery, 43T 7th street, between
D and B, a few doora north of Odd Fellows' Hall.
Refersta B A. Racea and Bev W |. Ivans. m!3
T'HE SUBSCRIBES WILL TAKE ON PAS
turage, at Gieaboro Point, twenty head ^
of H0Bt>l8 Tai ma #5 per month. Apply
to JOS. N. YOUAG, on the premises, or toi
J G. MATLOCK, Mo. 631 (f st N.tfr. je7 eodt?
r ABBLAGES 1 CARRIAGES ! !
V 6ABBIAGBS 1! I
On hand the largest and beat assortment of CAR
RIAGES ever offered in this city. Those.
1b want will pleaae call and examine.!
Bepairing promptly attended to.
B. H. GRAHAM,
New Repository and Factory, 410-414 8th street,
between P and B. je7 3t*
DI WM. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers,
O New Marble Building,
Boa. 900 and 90S Pennsylvania avenue.
EXECUTOR'S BALE ~OF VKBY VALUABLE
IMPROVED PBOPEBTT ON D STREET
NORTH. BETWEEN 6th AND Tth STKRBTS.
BEING NEAR THE AVENUE, AND IN ONE
OP THB BEbT BUSINESS LOCATIONS, AT
AUCTION.
MOn THURSDAY AFTERNOON. June 13,
commencing at 6 o'clock, we will sell, in
front of the premises., the above valuable
property,consisting of one three story brick bouse,
with comfortable backbuilding. fronting on D street;
also, three small brick bouses fronting on the alley
in the rtar.
We wonld respectfully call the attention of buy
ers tii the above sale, as the property (will be per
emptorily sold to close up the estate.
Terms of the sale will be. One-third cash: and the
balance in one and two years, for notes secured by
a deed of trust on the premises, bearing interest.
All conveyancing and stamp* at the expense of tha
purchasers. A deposit of 9100 on each will be re
quired aa soon as svld.
THOMAS GALLIQAN. Executor.
je7-d WM L. WALL A CO., Aucts.
1AD1ES KID GLOVES
j n
tellini at coat for thirty days to reduce stock. V'
One Button i 01 > Glove c. i_ _
Two Button (91 -C0> Glove $1.S3
At M. W ILLIAN'S,
jeS lm 907 Pennsylvania avenue.
1)
1S&OLUTION
me partnership heretofore exisMng nndT the
rame and style of POWELL. GINCK 5 CO. is this
day dissolved by mutual consent.
JAMES T. POWELL,
JuHN L. GINCK.
June 1,1373. LUC1SN O'BRIEN.
THB BOOK AND JOB PBINTING BUSINESS
heretofore carried on by the above firm will be con
tinued at the old stand bv the undersigned, who re
tptctfnlly ask a continuance of the patronage so
generously bestowed on the late firm, as they are
now prepared to execute any work in their line with
the utmost neatness and dispatch.
JAMBS T. POWELL,
JOHN L GINOK,
jeg-M 630 and 63 j K street.
TIAIB BBAIDSof all lengths, made specially for
11 the present style of hair dressing. Also, hand
?me choice of fnli sets of CUBLB, etc., at H.
PHILIPPI'S, 719 Market Space, between7th and
8?b streets. All HA1B GOODS sold at astonishing
ly low prices. jet lw
THB GBEAT CLOTHING HOUSE OF THE
PEBIOD?A. STRAUS', 1011 Pennsylvania
avenue. my 19
rw HATS AND CAPS.
All the leading atylaa Drew Hatsnowm^
ready.
Christy'a London Pearl Caasimerea, just Imported.
Dunlap k Amidon'a New York Pearl Ca*eim?res.
and the Philadelphia Merino Covered Dreaa Hats,
new and handsome.
A superior atock of Mackinaw Straws, tha beat la
the market.
WILLETT * BUOFF,
mayll No. 904 Pennsylvania avenaa.
f^ENUlNE BEEBSUCKEB SUITS at $6, at A.
U STRAUS', 1011 Pa. areuoe. my?
Y BOND
ABD
IEiL ESTATE NOIT6A6I
Combined.
In ita 7:90 Gold Bonds the Northern Pacific Bail
road Goaapaay furnishes to the public an isvest
ment security which combines tha ready negotia
bility, tha convenience, and the high credit of a
firat-claaa railroad bond, with the solidity and safety
of a real estate mortgage on land worth at least
twice the amount loaned.
They are offered at par in currency, aad yield a
H ABDSOMB PROFIT ta thoae exchanging S 30s.
The bonds are a first and only mortgage on the
road, ita eqnipmenta and earainga, and alao on a
land grant which, en the completion of the road, will
average 33,000 acres to each mile of track.
Th*y are issued in denominatione from #100 to
Sl-OUO Coupon, and ftlM to 010 000 Registered, have
thirty years to ran, bear an Interest of 7JtKper cent,
in gold, and are KXEMPT FB0M UNITED
STATES TAX to the holder.
The seml-anaaal interest on the Registered Bonds
ia paid with GOLD CHKCKS, aent to the poet offlco
address of the holder.
All marketable Stocks and Bonds received ia ex
change, without expenae to the investor, at their
highest current prices.
JAY COOKS a* CO.,
B a n k e r a ,
rrajtt WASHINGTON.
ASaiNGTON ^1 NPIBMARY^p
DISEASES of tha EYB treated gratuitously, be
tween the boars of IS and 1, daily. Attending Sur
Cb VB UT * ComuI0' Bs5m? GIDi ,K BBT
?K. ?1T|"""111"1"1 XT
AMDbOMB LINEN CREOLE SUITO. ?7 90.at
A. STRAPS'. 1011 Pa. avenoe. myE
kiZVSrX
000 UAL HAIR.BRAIDB, at reduced prices,
m7- f A,|. HBLLBB'S, 111 Market Saaea.
nrR SUMMBB STOCK Ml MOW COMPLBTB
\J In every psrtic'u. You caaaot fail to be
Mited ia qaallty aad prtoe, at A. STRAUS , 10II
lvaaiaavenue. ayS
G"
The heat that ia mined for iteaai and istttli'
*VyksSe Y alley OOAL. aagaad atove si sea.
Lambertor. Red Ash OOAL, ecg aad alova aixaa.
Shamokin Pink A ah OOAX, egg aad atova Mxaa,
Aad aU tha heat gradea of
WH1TR ASH OOAL.
OAK. PirtM AltO HICKORY WOOD.
1 length. or sawed aad split tor store aad kin
dling purpoeaa At
myt-eo W. ?. MARLOWE,7th aad canal
ayivaaia aveuaa. my? j
pHIUDELPHIA PS I XT BUTTER
AT BEDUCED PRICKS
GIOBOB M. OY8TEB.
*14 J
STALL* CENTRE MABKET.
%
_J~ * *? NOBTHEBN MABKET
Th*f,th* ??acr?b?r
"? obt^Bfd from the Supreme Court of tka Dl?
2?mlnl?traS^>l^.b^,n* * Torn, letters of
tMRStfULfe ?*raoual estate of KITTT
?UBIBWS,J?to of *Mhmron county, D. C., da
ceased. All KnoM hiTing claims tftiDit tka'Mld
^ herebjL to ?wLt the mm
hefnii th? atk1"".! rYf' f* th* ?obecriber, oo or
??* day of Jane next: they may
g?frw>? fcyJ*w *>? excluded from all benefit of the
?aid estate. Given tinder ?? hand thin 4th day of
June. HCJ. THOMAS HARRISON,
je7-f.3t Administrator 0. T- A.
^ k Xod Is At Good it 1 Wiik,
&c. &c.
But those ? ho will tie cannot fall to perceive the
MAGNlFR'KM BARGAINS
I offer to day, and will consequently 1 jse no time to
take advantage of them.
Ladle* Handsome Lined Paras >ls, fin?, imitation
*c Mi/wch2*1' lined in pink, blue, green.
Ladies' line buff large Sun Umbrellas, at SI.
Fine black largo Sun Umbrellas. 81.
Beaut ifnl Silk Openwork Fans.fOc.
fine Ivory Stick Silk Fans, In all colors. 81.
\ery Pretty Enameled Wood Fan*. $1.
Magnificent Beal Lace gets of Sleeves and Collar
for #2.
Very Fine Lace Sets at 81.
Neat and Stylish Lace Collars at 25 and 50c.
Two pair Linen Reversible Cuffs and four Collars
lor 91.
Thre? ?air Cents' Fine Linen Reversible Caffs
for 81.
Three pair of Best British Hair Hose for S1
RK&WteffiJSSSiS "" *'?
Very large Leather Satchel for fl.'
Extra large and fine Basket for 81.
Fine assortment of Ladies' Undergarments, male o!1
q , f.K'ton and felled seams, at f 1 ea:h.
Splendid long Night Dresses at 82.
Extraordinary Bargains in Ladies' and Gents'
.. L'n?n Handkerchiefs, from auction.
Handsome Oil Chromos, in large and heavy Walnut
Frames, at 81 each.
fJ?" ??.<** of Lisle and Kid GLOVES,
??5??JLB,^CSETS, TOWEL RACKS, BOOK
?SSfi5?' dTATUKTTBS. POCKET
CUTLBBT, POCKET-BOOKS, DOLLS a ad TOTS,
and atbrnnnd other articles.
COMB AND SBB FOB YOURSELVES!
BILVSRBSRas
Metropolitan Dollar Store,
313 8BVENTH STBBET,
Hear Pennsylvania awaw.
PIANOS AND OBQANB For Sale and Bint,on
accommodating terms, at No. 423 llth__j^B^
?rreet, sole agent of Wa. Knabe'sand Wro.ffedBKB
McCamiaon s Pianos and B Shoninger'alt! IV 1
Organs. Repairing and Tuning Pian os.
J'1 gt FB. C. BEICHENBACH.
'iftViEo9OAT.8, fr!om 78 cts-t0 91, at STBACS
1011 Pennsylvania avenue. my 29
? B 8 A L B .
o
r J;??? barreU Bt>SENDALK CEMENT, just ro
vCiV C(l*
Also,
1.000,000 LATUBS of fine Quality.
Apply to EVANS A LINVILLK,
JeJL__ At the Wharf.
,?P?yr ?* W ashington, from a point opposite Six
teenth street northwest, in the city of Washington
andjumiteg from thence into the countv In a direct
"JiS ?,J Boundary str^t croM^
n ?? Kc'' Erie and Hoaron streets, in R M
S'the ?onH,IVw?10^ 'r .Mer,''lian Hill, and extending
weatorl*Columbia road, thence in a north
^ / 10 the Linnean Hill road in said
docfve to"tlil ^V?i* audersigned believe it con
auciveto the public interest to cause a road to be
opened as above described and prayed for- and
? i^r ro,,t' said road has been byt\iedi
r? ction of the undersigned dnly surveyed and a plan
thereof prepared and Bled in our offlce ? P n
JS&SLS,given of the application afore
11 a* ?f the opening of the proposed road,
ferBOPs paving objections thereto are re
quested to make thi-m known to the under-tinned at
&'u?2 i? President of the Board of Pnb
he Works of the Di.trict of Columbia, Bootn No ft
fnrton*?n " B?'l<J{n*.Four and-a Half street, Wash
ington, D. C., where any objections which may be
made will be heard and considered
H. D. COOKE.
A. B. SHEPHERD,
JAMES A. MAOBUDEB,
A. B. MOLLETT,
y p *> kOW u
Board of Public Works of the District of Colum
jel-lw
7&!0 H.B. 7&D
SEASONABLE CLOTHING.
SEASONABLE CLOTHING.
SEASONABLE CLOTHING.
HSU- nmwtS' DOCK.
IN S?* ?S5??- DUCK.
LINEN. CHEAP. DUCK.
ALPACA and dbap D'ETE.
alpaca and DKAP D'BTE.
ALPACA AND DBAP D'BTE.
BAR? a inn ! bpt now !
RAkhaiSa BUY NOW!
BAbUAUB ! BCT NOW I
WHITE VESTS, ALL STYLES
WHITE TESTS, ALL STYLES
WHITE VESTS. ALL STYLES!
BOY'S sriTH BOY'8 SUITS.
BOY'S kpitS BOY'S SUITS.
BOY 8 SUITS. BOY'S SUITS.
SPJ^S ZEBRA COATS,
OfcB DOLLAR ZEBRA ('(?ath
ONH DOLLAR ZRBBA COATS,
warranted FAST COLORS.
WARRANTED FAj?T COLORS
WARRANTED FAST COLORS;
A n5S Hrppfv ? wn ^ISISS assobtmemt.
a kSu hFESFv *?R MSI5R assortment.
ACiKW SLPPLY AND VARIED ASSORTMENT.
wcu8t0m DBPABTMBNT In full operation.
lMMEKSS SUPPLY OF PIECE GOODS.
FASHIONABLE TAILORS,
- mi,t OOBNEB Ttb AND P STB.
THpioVuf f?.,DDCltD TO THB CONVEN
inyW
|\| ON BY RETUBNED IF
"A SEN RAD ELIX'H
_ . . fails to cube chills.
2? BRACB A C1SSBL, corner Bridge
h p. Owgetowa, and of GBO.
J*? v t~? * ? BON?corner Now York avenue and
wl>er? teatimonials can be seen.
may 14-1 j
I^OTIOB OF BBMOYAL -A M. Tiikmam ^-t
town to 413 Ninth s tract, ksfaun D And I, ant la
3fefaS!6?'ft
Y^BBY SUBSTANTIAL PABTS for laboring
?? *? 'TRis!'
jc*i iclT ~?
INDEPENDENT ICS COMPANY
deals exclosireiy In A
NOBTHEBN ICBT
!E.W> c^rat.1
TbaCAPB ANN 1
WANTS.
WilTKD-A MNir QtKL. < white.' who can
cook, wnk tnw well for ? nMll kallr
OcrEU Apply 483 H at. M.W. jT St
WANTED?By a young man of two y?*rs si??
r?ence at tb? Printing business. a BITL
ITIi y tdJrm ? F H.,8i*rt?Bce.
%1/ABTED ? Immediately ? A good BLACK
7 7 cMlTH. corner 4S street aad Maryland ave
b? 8. W. J' *
WAKTID-A load HOOK SEBVANT, to cook ,
Vv w?-h ud Iroa; none without rtf?r??c? ?nd
app'y. 614 Hth street, between F ftftd G. It
IVABTID-A GEBMAN BUT, to attend la ft
If Bestanrant MervncM repaired. Apply at
corner N street and Maw Jersey avenae south. It
WANTED-A WHITE BOX, 17 or 18 yeftrs old,
to work in a Beetanrant. References required.
Ho. 1197 7tb street N. W. j7 St*
WANTED?A WOMAN orGIRL. tocook.wash
andiron; highest wage# paid for ft good one.
1709 P.nnsylvania avenue. H
WANTED?A goed HOBSE SHOER. He mu?t
be ? good Turner and Fitter. Huh'rt wages
ftnd constant employment. Apply a: No. 18 Proa
pect street, Georgetown. j7-lt
WANTED?A seanntr?e?. who understand" cut
ting and fitting, wishes W OKK. by the day or
wetk, In some respectable private familio*. Ad
drees SEAMSTRESS, ?Ur office. It*
W ANTED?A ?ool GIRL. to do general honse
" work, at 300 1Mb street N. W. j<-3t
U'AfflKD-A BREAD and CAKE B.\K.KB,to
7 7 go to Leesburg. Vft.; ?teady employ ment and
good wagesglveu. A?r?7 Ml 3M at. N.W. j6 tt*
WANTED - Immediately ? TWENTY - FIV E
CABT8 ftnd FIFTY HEN. Apply 17S-> 7th
street. ffH.O*?AlP. j4-*t*
\YT ANTED-A WAITF.B at the National Eatin*
vv Hous?.No. 319 13th street, tetwewn C ?r.d D
streets. [je?3fl R DELArBY.
\v ANTED? Experienced SALESLADIES. G jod
V V references reqnlred. No others need apply.
No. ^04 7th street. Between H and I streets. J? lt^
Wanted?TwoGolobed boys?t bauer s
Bowling Saloon, under Metropolitan Mall.
Mult c< me well recommended. je? It
W/USTID?WA1TEBB. WOMAN totnkechtrgo
of pan'ry and a BELL BOY at Tremont
Holtse, c?i ner 2d ft and Iodh.na are. J'"> 3t*
W ANTET-A CH AMBEHM VID; must a?. as
77 ?isi in Jii,)iig-room,( white or colored.! Apply
ftt bead of SL'th street, larce white boost? on the
hill. 7' ??
WANTED-Abont 500 FEET
BAILBOAD IRON, suitftbl" to .....
Apply to PETER DILL, Box *49. Georgf town,
It. C., Post Office. i*
WANT1D-A MAN AND WIFE to go to the
country* (near the city,) for Renerw urm
work Apply to 481 7th street northwest, after 3
o'clock p. m. jeft-st
W ANTED-A PABTNEB with s^me capital In
one of the best cash paying businesses, near
the city; sure investment. For further particulars
inqnire at 434 H street northwest. jet St
WANTED-House rent freewill be given to ft
W IDOW LADY, with or wlthoat children,
for the sake of her company. Addresa w IDOW,
Tr* moot House, corner 2d itreet Md Indiana av
enue. jeo 3t
WANTED ? Immediately 1? Two experienced
IIA IB WORKERS. Also, tw> Apprentices,
No. 1015 12th street, bet K ftnd L, N. W. j5 3t
W ANTED-A WOMAN to go to New England
for four months, to do general hensework.
CaM at lilt H street, from 9 to U ft. m. j* St
1*7 ANTED?A competent P ERSON to do r?neral
77 housework. and a NCBSE to take care of ft
child 8 months old, at 307 L street. Jft tf
WANTED?Immediately?A respectable colored
VV WOMAN to do chamberw >rk and fine wash
Irg and ironing. Apply corner 2d and Pstreet, N
W., 189 D street. St
WANTED?A good WAITEB. who can brine
reference#. Al^>? a cennpatent Chambermaid
and Seamstress. Anply at (general D\ EK 0i Arse
nal. j>3t
ANTED?A MTUATION fts Housekeeper, or
wonld travel with a lady or family. Refer
ence given if rfgnired. Apply at 910 L street, be
tween 9th atd loth. jS-.tt
WANTED ?8 000 (two thousand dollars!for
It two yoi?rs, ftt eight per cent interest, paya
ble semi annually secured bv bond and mortgage
Address M, Bo? 154. Post Office. jS St
W ANTED?A WHITE WOMAN as nurse. Re
c<'mm?-ndations required. Apply to JUHS
H. BABBKB. High street, Georgetown, one mjle
from street cars. i!L_L_
W ANTED?A COOK, one who is thoroughly
competent to take charge of and do the cook
ing for ? Urge boarding house None but a compo
tent sober cook need apply MABSTUrf HUUHS)
corner 15th street and N^w Y^rk avenne. j.l 3t*
AN TED?lmniediately?Twenty-five to forty
five goo.1 reliable honest white and colored
WOlltK fo, bom^l.tb^cgj
19 3t* >07 11th street, near E.
WANTED-A white OIBL to d<> general honse
work. Apply, No. 8. OrftHt Place. jel-7t*
\E7aBTED?Second Hand Furniture iqlots from
v\ QStoSStlO- Address B. P. GITT1NGE.
jel lm* N. E. Corner of il and F sts.^N. W.
WANTED?A uumb^rof Bl'ILDINO LOTS, for
Customers. PIUL. H. WELCH * CO.
Anitleut-ers ftnd Real Estate Broker*.
jel-6t Office Masonic Temple.
ANTED?A respectable G1BL, whiu or col
ored, for general housew >rk, family of two
rrsons. Reference required. Call before.# or after
1412 E street between 14th and 15thsts. J"I
WANTED?Immediately?The public to examine
our matchless ass^ronent of Mens', You'lis
aud B?iys' CLOTHING, ftt A. 8TRABB', 1011
Pennsylvania avenue^ mjZJ
W^ANTED-SMALL HOUSES for sale and for
77 rent, and small FABMS near the city. Apply
at 478 0 street, between tX and Gth streets north
west. may!6 lm
WANTED?SERVANTS,both male andfemale.
can Ond good HOMES, and families get sup
plied with first class SEBVANTS, at the EUBEK. A
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, No 507 11th street,
near E. Imaylt-lm] MRS. LOUISE C. BUTLEB.
ANTBD-A Lot of GROUND, measuring
about 40, or SO by 100 feet, situated north of
Pennsylvania avenue, on the east side of the street,
between Sd aud lith sts. northwest. Address, stat
ing terms, Bos 690. tf
WANTED?Everyone to know thftt the Finekle
* Lyon Manufacturing Oo.'s new SEWING
MACHINE,"YICTOB,7' has ft self setting Needle
ftnd the moat perfect Shuttle In use. Agency at
HOOD'S Jewelry Store, 469 Pennsylvania avenue,
bet.4Hftnd?thstreets. T.W.SPIOBR. jan8 ly
WANTED?All those who v4?e their sight '0
know that the beat " ONE DOLLAR SPEC
TACLE" in the country la accurately su:4ed to the
eyesight by H. H. HEM PLER, the Optician,corner
IS street ftnd Pennsylvania ftvenne. Depot for
Thermometers of all kinds. jell
\\7ANTED? Everybody in faTor of thoroughly
vv cleaned Carpets, ftlinoat as bright fts new, to
aend orders to L. BICE, ftt the Steftm Cftrpet Beating
Works, Maine avenue, bet. 4K and 4th sta. aprilS-ly
WANTED?From April 1st. by gentleman and
wife, second story FBONT BOOM, with
BOABD, in private family. Location convenient to
street cam. Terms not to exceed or |U per
month. Address immediately, B. O. D., Star
Office. m*rl>
\\i ANTED?LADIES te sail on MBS. O. H.
" MAUEEB to have all klnda of STAMPING
done. Alao. PINKING.FRENCH FLUTING, ftnd
?III klnda of EMBBOIDEBY, at short notice. 617
7th street, opposite Patent Office. mart
11/ AITfD-<#80,000)twenty thousand dollars
vv worth of new and caat-off CLOTHING, GUNS,
REVOLVERS, etc , eta. BOBKBT FULTON A
CO.. Loan Offiee, II4X 9th street. jeT
BOARDING.
C'APITOL HILL?FURNISHED ROOMS, with
'BOARD,|834 New Jersey ftvenne, opposite
(\>ast Burvev;short square from Capitol. Cool par
lo rs, cheap for summer. je7-Sf
G'OOD BOARD AND COMMODIOUS BOOMS;
? location central; terms moderate; 86 Grant
Place. je6-3t"
G<OOB BOARDING AND LODGING can be oh
? tained at No. 313 New Jeraey avenue, two
squares south of the Capitol. Booms and location
desiiable. jv, 3t*
SUMMER BOARDING CAN BE OBTAINED
at Laurel, midway between Baltimore and Wash
ington: tea minutes' walk from the station. The
house is large and airy; delightful shade. Tonus
modetat^. lje?-3t* ) 8 H. OOALE.
f 'OUNTBY BOARD AT THE DELIGHTFUL
V/ country seat of Boeslyn, Virginia, end of A<iu?
duct bridge, opposite Georgetown. je3-8t
1NGLES1DE, NEAR ARLINGTON BIGHTS,
has been opened for SUMMER BOARDERS. It
is about ten mlnutea' walk from Aqueduct Bridge.
Tlie house, situated on ftn eminence, commands tne
most extensive aud beautiful view In this viciuitv.
Perfectly healthy. The aurrouudiBg country offers
every* indacement to gentlemen who are fond of
fishing and hunting. The bouse has all modern im
f rov? inetits. Inquire on the premises, or at $19
4th street, between H and I. jeS 6t*
Large, cool and aiby booms, in suites or
s ngle: one very large Parlor and Chamber; hot
aDd cold baths, at 783 13th street, between G ftnd
H Boithweet, from #10 to #40 per month. Also,
Table BOABD. may? lm*
1QOQ F ST., HEABLY OPPOSITE THE KB
1 '16a bltt House.?Handsomely furnished
BOOMS,en suite or single.with or withoot TABLE
BoABO. Terms reduced for the summer osoaiha.
Transient and Table Boardera alao accommodated,
nifty aim*
Good boabd, pleasant booms, and
prieaa moderate, ftt 810? corner ef Peanaylva
nla?\enaeaa4?lat susai. mayl-tf
PLEASANT BESIDE NOB AND BOABD la the
C OOUNTBY, near the new. Sahaatsen Park, oft
7th atreet, (ft few stepa from7th street can,) Is ft new
and elegant home, with large gftrden attached, for
single gentlemen dartof the summer maltha. For
aftrticulftrs inquire ftt / ANGEBMAN >8 shoa store,
41? 7th street, between D ftnd B northweat. la the
same building two large ftod fin* PABLOBB, wttfc
all the modern lmprovsments, for a lady and i
ISSS
?treat. Good locfttloo. and acesaaible. mhflB-ly
^MEBICAN AND FBJUCH WALL PAP EES.
I have jnst received ftnd ready for taaaection. ?
fttll line oTGoods for BPB1NQ TRADB^U new
and comprialngthe cLoiceat Httaru la the market,
pSS^/SSSH
Oaks,Sftttns,Drawn StrlMand Damaaks. Yinta and
mlg-eolm No. 1831 Pear arenM..
J mT-tC .A SSSSft.
t
FOR RENT ANT) SALE.
FQ*A* MT?Partag th? itawr ra >n*o?, a ?^*l;
JTL.*?? V*4'**** *b~i Hnr.il wi-.h kit the
in"1Apply no th. pr ??<?*?. No.
3 08 ladta* svanae.frowi t to t p. m. j?7 Jf
p?? *K*T-A aeatly 'arnished eight rins
i,,,".01' "* ?' ?? aosth A street, Captt?l
or W'H ?*" Ml or ptrt
BlBBlfft; rttf uj?rtt? t'< (>w4 t'n^it. j?r.jt*
PS*. 1st aud M FLOOB*. furnish d.
. >????. en U ?tr?e-. b?tw?n Itn
isiPn *HT"t' *- *? *or particulars. inquire at
._a 'treet_ je7-lw
|?6R REMT-A aew three story B SICK HOlsl
A- on thf north aid4 of R street. b?iwwn N?w
J ersey avenue and Morth Capitol street. c xitataing
riVr^vo^Kj.ey^""?" "r ?;?
F?? ""-Three .tor, BRICK HOUSE. No.
* *** * ???!'?*! modern improvement* and in
a ffoo<| net*bhorbond; ii^nr market %nd ttreM cam.
tS ? ? ^^^tCocttr 7th and Louisiana
?vriiue. j7-Si*
F*i?k?f:J!,7~AJ,ew,w') ?*"K \ ME HOUSE.
|*J?J rooms and a hall, closets. front
, ? w<K>d ea?t front; rent $?> per
manth. lnjuire of BOBEBTS A bn&R. 630 F
on ,h??**"tsee, Mo. 19351 imh ??"??*
northwest, Dfar T strset. ie7 5 * .
F?<noRpNT~\-llfD sT"K? of BUIiOINJ
.? .. Pennsylvania avence, with or without
Powfr- ? opportunity for a small mann
pmL Im J ? Apply in the printing office of
.rirn. UHA* A McfxfUdH.930 Pennsylvania
" *"?*: W tf
F?-?h8,AL^~A FRONT of tf feet. n
n.if V i %Jn**r ^ 'tre^t; an'! * fln* Lf?T,13 by
L?i u'/m1? ,,r'tV be,w<*n r ??<> V st reet?
BOi/rVr h! .l i?T*.bl? "T1*" .*PP'T *? M. M
S??B"ioffic*,ute Broker- il*nb (,r~,w;?
F?,R BKNT-OFri' t BOOM-, TJ3 14; h ?tr~eet,
E bet.MewTork are. ac<] H it. e4 *t*
F0f".,?ESt-rnri,,^?J ""^I tcn rooms, f -r
1121 loth It - Termi ">>dere'e N?
i wt mta at . h?t. L and M ata. j,.? j,
F?ff B'tNT-linfurni.hed K'tOMS, ?aitab!? f.>r
1 h-n?-k^pu e. or th? wholo h>i?? excVntini
ro. cn. Apply No. T33 llthat. II W j7? "
F' n\ 4^Tm?W.? or tllte,, nnf5">i?bed B jo *S.
c.. * rth Bt n^rthweat,b#twaon Pa. arc
an^ l>*th-room in hwnt; well
Fi^.SiL?~A ?'?? three ?tory RBICK HOl'dB
ni>?r n '?^f ?nd *ater, on 11 ?tr<*>t'
* atrr.^0r,CDe' a Hreat b >r?ain. HERRING
- JON*8, Real Estate Agenta. 14 23 Fit. i?6 tf
FOR RENT?IIOl'SE No7~i6fl K ^trwt
and *?ter; 9 larce ro.ms, R<-nt f.O p^r m^nth
*. /^r T# inU??re next door, or at lO* OMen
?t .Georgetown. iHJ ii?
F??.?K1 Ul ras1 'as!
F0,???'iiH7?rr?Kra;ra0civ,i,!5;
yjmhri v?- 4--?!
l^OR RENT?HOUSE, partly Parni*bed.?t Monit
ne*r .r*t1r*ilr,>*<1, l4th donb'e
RRcfn ^,a'Jn,? ,,?ble- PMture. Inquire of D.
BKKKD, ?|8 r atreH, or on premi?e?. ?t*
P(IB RKNT?Fonr TnfurnUhed BOOMS on one
40 a sm4,if*ml'r without children only.
2 ?er month atrirtly in advanre. Inquire
*l ? , * ^ ?treet, near 18th street northwett. after
4 o ciocK p. tn. j?4-9t*
F?t?J5E?T\PB L*\s*-HOUS? No. 1902 7th
iiD-Jtf ^ ?' ooBaialln* of a Storeraoia and
Pwelling of <ix roumt. For term*, tr , aDDiT t?
M"^BKOWN, Mo. 434 M .treetTbetwS?n' th
nXjQ Din . ?|*
IfOBSALt-A ne* FRAME II ?U8E, Mo. 1?0??
.1 9th atrfot northwest, bet. T and U at?.,contain
in? aeyen fMd room* an<l *umoi?r kitchen Th>
h..n?e ii snLUantiallr bailt an.) neatly finished, with
' 1? 'n?,,Ac- Terms easy. App'y
at 719 M st northwest f.- '
I? OB REM TT ?
1?- .. .t8ALT WATIRBATHINO.
w HI rent for the inmm?r imnths a COTTAOR In
good order,containing seren rooms, with n >od ear
d^ti now frowipc on the premise*; situated on the
? ?tf * 8'-.0?orge n Island, near Piney Point
Hotel.good bathing and angling, with abaudanre of
fine oyster*, crab*. 4c; will fnraish a good sail biat
f<T the nse of th? p<ace; all f<>r 9M p<>r month Ad
Hress R. J.M ABsHALL, Piney Point Post OfBce,
*''' je6 tw?
*ENrTTw^v?.r> ^? '?'ible UOL'SEj.eujIT
rooms; modern built. ^25 p.-r month
?iot.uTHOS- * WAOGAMAN.
6t g 19 7th street, opposite Post Office.
T?ry desirable three-story BRICK
J?5'.?.n l1 ,,re -t nor,h- between V .rjh
1 8,reetB west. Cars oa?s the d->or.
1 ? rtns i ary . ? r w I Ijifia
?> 1 7thstreat,oppo?ita Port Offi '^e.
Fl??, ^?^*J"UnfurBi?hed, three or four Ko< >MS
J~ ? *?r ???sekeeBin?, on first or second floir; in
?L h('U?e. Mo. 19ii0 12th street, near th" State
Department. To a desirable an I p9rm*n?nt tenant
sskk?*"*- Ajd"'"
F'^o-v -^""r
u'Lhinm'"r'7 brw,z.M; healthiest location in
\\ aAhiDgton; all accomm Hiationa for hoiiHekeepinf
PoStnuffice U,>11- 3 *8tr^'twos.iUare, H
F?.8A^K-The "WORTHINGTON PLACE~
. acrowi Anac*>?itia Bridi?" fr^ntius oti 11 ir
fn^SvlTrV at t,,e f:tA of ?P * H IB? con tain
Jvlf/!r f 'l??rter acres. The improvements
consist of a two-atory Frame House, villa strls
ca^rii^lfnn8 ?iz' d roJn". wiih large stable and
u/!Ti^5 _ 5 ' ?nd J,h'r ?e<a4aarv ou build trigs
m Jll.L^att'r ?n the place, and a flue selection
Lf ^pp^le, peach, pear and cherry trees in b-arinc
order #rica ffijNio. Terms lib'ral.
?* FITCH A POX. $13 7th street.
F?R(>omhTvt7- n?r '?r? niclf furnished
onir?J 'M"- 1 Qrant P1?c?- References re
Q"'reo: itii*
F??oSi!iI?^Handsomely Famished ROOMS, a
1 1012 8th street, between K aad L Irer?
convenience for housekeeping If required. j? ;tt
F? w(iimjV.T?A ,ver' , desirable Tarnished
HOUSE to a private family, 1320 Q street
StaMJOce" ^barc? of Epiph*uy. Addreas E. B.,'
FOR RENT?Two fine HALLS oa 7th street be"
twten B and I. Rent and >25 1
iifit anoT.J1!^ *? VAOOAMAM,
-j' st *09 7th street,oppaaite Post Office.
pURNIbHED HOUSE TO RENT, with ni^di^
raid f?r w Hl<fnCe'ir?r I?,r at less than is
carefn*! amall X!m!? # P*rt Onf?mtihed, to m
1006 M Btreet*?fter 3 p*^1 P?l f?r
F?nnri?*~A. thr^?"ry PRIM BRICK
wate/ ^h2?#'-S"U in,nR ?,*ht rooni?' with gas and
& tsgiumrB *
FV? RE.NT-A large Brick IIOU8B, Furnished
M street*ne*r TlJ!l '"i'f "tached. situatwl ou
roi TMA* ^ o.Q 2Iorth?"?t- Inquire of Mrs.
tObTBAH.Mo. 919 Mew York ava. j?3 2w*
FOB BKNT-Furulshed HOUSE; water and gas!
modern improvements; ten rooms and bath
room; for Ave months to a responsible tenant; mod
erate terms. Afply at 1749 F street. je3
POR RENT-nor8E Mo. 1402 H street n ,rth
NTAnlt ffrn'r l4th street: first floor excepted;
"mit ?i?Sh. J\*
Kli^Khhi^H0"11?6'"^1.1397 9 ? treet. nearly op^
po?ite Kbbltt House. Dining room and fixture! also
two^oVrTfllCM nu 'ki lf desired. Also,
two OFF1CCB, suitable for Doctor or Law
'Jl: mayil-lw*
FVHn5E?TTrurn,*had HOUSE, from June llth
arrfK* r U- APP" ?t 923 12th at reet. bet.
; map tf
F(i?1E^Ji,0.B SALE-HOUSES Moa.811 and
i/'3 0,1 ?,h stn-et, between 11 and I northwest
ui%mp^VIVfWSS?di?tv.li,K
?nd 10th streets northweTt ^ a^nn<?' b<8tm^tyh
I str^^rs^^r HOUSE No'SsV
POB RENT?DWELLING do. 17 41 G street.
...a^irneLof 1<?th ?treot northweet; has 11 rooms
i ? a11.modern improvements. Inquire at Mo. 1733
I street. may27-10t
RVir? HnnH?^B,"l-rda^ new thr?.tory
. B on Pennsylvania avenue, be
Dealers, Va. avenue and 9th at. aouthe?t. nijTl lm
OB SALE?A desirable BEsIDENCE~on 1st
nrovenuttfta 18th sts.; haa all modern ii:
'"r* ??,**d for a first
EW"<!bX; ' "r?"
|S?~iT-TfWpV?"tV
house, stabllnf, ice hoaae other out
boajje. Apply te DOjWe ADABNEILLE,
-?*1? 1??T W street, Waahlngtoa.
OMO Old. B. PARKER, omUVZ Met?^llSi
"***? maVs tf
F)R BALM OB BMNT-Tke elecaM OOCMTR?
BRAT reoewUy eoecated to X. D. oilman. ?
M5S
FOB tlAliR?The LOT, MstSssa oorasr ot lm
street aad Petiavivanla avaaue. for partloa*
FOB BALBOA aav VftAlCB COTTAGE of tow
rooms and baaanant. with one acre of garden
LAKD, in FcKma^Ur.aear Uniontowm. ^cTT
goad ehanoe ollhrad to aa Muatrtosu wMta aaa aad
BsnUly. Teaan mar- laartra ot Oaptaia V. A.
TOOWQ. PetomaoOlty, D.07 apMtt
eoavealeot^ aess" >R1 dT
'IrlrViC'I
F^sn^rtr-ss-Ea.''
?10th wsat; halls aad roans laafe; c.
M rooms; elsasat bath isn?;
nwf^iTi'iTrtul
DWMLLIMO
weD
at Itil
Ih*OR R* , C HKAP?Oaa of thjse baaatlfal
s?SA,s,,airs-52i!^& -?
?asus * ^o^oi.
aayTtf
FOR RENT AND SALS.
"W"
A L
* three story Brick BOCSB. an Capitol
nui. OB b ??4
An^?Xn!Sr.5m!S^'*L55,w *?!> ^ * ?f
An exc*lleM two h4 ? b*!f story Rftli'K . ? th*
hfrr^** ?nd u,fc ??
?_k*u ?***? BBtOE.oa IXh KrM.
?? ? ?reet. Mww? ?th and ft*
lhSl"il'^ u ?reet,bet.se.Q.t aud
Two flue LOTS, n 13th at., between 9 sal T
In ruihwi,?ii p. h om V.
rvisan a- .'
i. JE2r"2 ?r***rT nnd oraam-m^d ?,
SjLSyg.VMF*H frntt*?a cteteru of
^ kttchfl? door. The pr. p?rty will
Thflfm('?i>l*,i IfH?1 w wiitM to ? car?<ul tenant.
Xn! ****** E*ilro*d will M? by the door, tad
dt|i ** <\i a??ir to * it
KllaKtof ntll c Hqim, or to Mr. A H Ptekr*ll
adjoining the prope.^ ?r W mr' *? U %3 tf *
* ro?ms snm-uer kitc'iea, and kaU. (u in over*
?22?'1?ew^ mted;Terj health? kMitiot. R-nt
?*ifer,m< "lk; on 5th ?r~>t. between P and O
no?th <4Ulr* **? 43 y*h ?treet. near D street
? * niiyXT *w
FhV?ele7o.^" rm
? .?[ r two-story Fr*m? h <use. arranr-M
for the u*n?1 own b m?. coutainln* etgh" ro^fnT
beeid<* bath room, cellar. pantry. aid clesetTaM
over the hoas-; includes side yard and ?rdM * !*
H*) Minder the highest state .if cnltivati n. Also a
g'HvX Stable, with accoai&edati >ns for h>rs?. cow
?uid g*tn Ill*ir* oa the premise <. aft<r p
1917 >erai3nt (Ttuoc. between T and U
and 9tb and Iwh streets. tntylH tf
HOB RENT?HOUSE in "Corcoran Bow." Aa
rly No. H30 1 street. arts
BENT?Desirable BOOM!* for summer tn
? <?rick boa?e. with all modern improve
"'""to. Call at 343 1st afreet southeast. Capitol
Hill. riratd?a board ue*t door apt! lSw*
p?Aj':,A,L*_'!K LBABE-Very de?ir?hisBUILD
JlNO LOTs.witha front are of 360 feet on r
str?et, between New Jersev avenue and North Geo
itol street, on accommodating term*
- ,. .? WAi-k- BOBINSON * CO.,
?P'S-tf O -J 1 Pfiatylranla avenue.
F0,?i.55?ttp"t^bt? '***? ?**?? flr*
A Jt'T" ? ?"<* P?f<?? tenant will be rent ?
ed cheap, for furtn-r particulars apply to
j tf A**8 i?* k*8-Propertf A feat,
" . Office SI 1 B etreet nortbw?et.
P?? <le*irable BOTSB ANDTo'tTb
Bockrllle, with Btsble and other aeceeeary ont
iMiiidin*t. hcnae pleaaantly located, frontln* twe ?
?reeli. For term, ftddreea 0. J., Bo?TlHa,
f
?Mi
FOR EiifT-HouaB mo. *** akh bT
twften H and I, containing rooms, b*th
roo?, witer closet and cellar; jrai an<1 ?at#r, threa
dogra from street cara. Apply to JAMC8 W BAB
KBB, 11M H street, between 11th and lith street*,
north wet. mI7 tf
F Q%_*?*T?The hrp DWBLLIHtt HOUSB.
*?T, PennsylTanla avenne, six doors east of the
national Hotel -wideroonu,stairrasns and r jt?:
? locality for ? uwysr or physiclaa.
Fob BKHT-A rery deelrable furnished UOL'SB,
nf?* 13SO O street, op??ite the
vnorchof the Epiphany, flit per month f >r sit
next door, 13S4 Q street, betwee*
10 and < o'clock. may) In
|??B BBBT-tJ.it. of rUBHISHED BOOMsTfor
ti?? ?Bf""??*hed with er wftboot board.
M door Croat U strew,
?ootp from. decif
F??mf nf?)JaL,BA8*jrTh*tkM* 'HP* ?*10*
LOST AND FOCTNP.
IA ( ImTX-'tJ I w1 ^ flail "1' on? brown etmm 1
i i ? '^5. ?A sultaWe reward will
b^ r?ld by le?Tin?it at rLKMM IMG'S 8t?ble#.,
Btreett letM t en 4)i and 6th. Si*
F t.h" ?'l^ttoon of the 4th Inst .l>n U
iPiWrfTWMM? i jereey avenut and M at .
?,.i j BOOK, containing about JfSD. A iib
XuJ'n.w1' "? K,Ten for,urelora
CVRtVa.** PBIMI\KS' May ITih. a OOW.
, _ " nlrh the owner can bave by callinr at a*
1809 loth street. l?etweeu K and L. arjvinjg?
prp!Mi^t., " MI lu? ehnrgw and take her away.3oL
c. lemWam.
LOST?Kear Lincoln Hall, on th-* nieht of th<> Mh
l,Ktfl2l%lMtar Pl? Tile Snd r
r.fJL^w wr,uly re*?rdfsl If caUinif at 841 3d
sireei n. I? , ^
f .??!? ?? May, at or on the road t >
RkTT(i'i5 V i"i * M.?s Arateoral <?old SbBBVK
? j . , A l-bva! reward will be paid to th
flnder by leaving it at the Bepablieaa Offlce. nortli
east corner lOHi and D streets. J(.6 3t
?200 ^'V-tUe H B.tantTl7.
y4 "V* t*een 4th and 12th streets and between
biii'2 nvenne and I street, a ROLL OF
B1LLH am.mnttnr to #??. The finder will be fur
niched with snfflcwnt proof as to ownership anl
H,irHwLr?2.*r4'd'b> ?pplying 1i3 7th -tr -t.
niirauare Dtoie. 3t*
PERSONAL.
WHAT OLD 1>B. DARBY DOBS SOT KNOW
know*MU' Mvttrs is-nct worth
EDOwinf. He in the om.'t/ r^rotniztd phvsician
practicing a specialty in Waehington. Bep%r*te
'* ,treet' three doors s.nthof
r^ULgyivaaia avenue. maySti lm*
{i|BS B SAWTBB, nstrrraist. Mtunnit Tu
i . ^ censnlted at \ier ho nee. Mo
b. rt.Mk 1 between O and D, Island, upon all im
p?>rtant business, past, present and fotnre. ml4 lm*
f^ y female oomplaints In the citr Ms
?specWly UiTjtes a call from^ thoi? wh?^h^Ve bei!
?lecaWed by swindler*. Hs
'??u. rfTT^uJSl^Z
core or no c
3th
()Nf MABB1AOB.?Hvry Kttuf for Y'omHTMm
lit- aT"1 ^ *rr"r? ??>< Abases in earlr
i^e'. J^Mifcood reatored. KerTona debilitr cored
tI^*S^ntV? ro-ored. N ewmet hodof
Ph UdAefpSi*gpa0lAT1?N' M<>' 8
BANKERa
J H. fcyClER. OEM ADRIAN R ROOT
* Lm* Coi- I*t- Rt?. kiufalo, M. T.
Buklif of staler k K??t,
No. >416 Pennsylvania Are.nne, oppesite Wll
lnrd ? Hotel, Washington, v. C.
?)lifr?ir'>ar^,.to,e" DBA PT8 on the Banking
Honse of lleary Clews A Co., New York ciH t hiS
'*? country, ai par ''
nav 6 ,of l>n*?n?*s firms, on which we
5 . on daily htlmnrci rcn ierimg
arromntt monthly. n?mri?i
?*f 8 per cent, interett on ttmt demo fits ef one
Uors credU^'re,t P*'<1 montt1' or carried to depoe
All deposits parable on demand.
Collections made everywhere.
1 ue pay of officers of the amy and navy cashed In
advance at reasonable rate*. Officers in the army
wishing. founts cashed can make them ont in
n. .r th^i ^ 5??5VD* ?5f ??1r th" outside,
. by,?n*H. snd the draft will be
forwarded by return mail. marM lr
JAI CMU *
BTT AND SELL FOR EIG.y KXCHA Vf? fc" aal
IBS JB CIBCOLA B LETT BBS or C BED IT to?
Travelers, mvatimbi* tn any part *f ik* wor.d.
Cur Drafts on
JAY COOKE. McCCLLOCH A CO .
LONDON, '
sTtV.*! V*? lf %ny, of Uilaxd and
PCOILAND, fret Of chart*. taayff
T" 'vssfswas.? "?
Bunking Houas^Jo,:l?OJ_Pennsylvania kTSBM,
?rs .vn'?.,&srdftk?.?.
?
bad bbakVh'o
B"^aomtbwim
? s-n.MO.si.
'edaeedny aad Satirday nights f
Owen ?.m.ftr.m.
to receive deposit* o?ly "JaU JttS* Bank
or send for a copy efns Charter as< By-lass. JB-li
BANKERS,
1487 * "treet^ two doors froa U.B.
WA8HIB0TOB, D. O
fte?i l> raiatt?.
*" riifniil mis
MPDMtOI > QD.
wti iatiibi
PATEt PEE CENT
Interest
PIANOS, Ac.
ht.arl
? for p
I>|OBT AW|B(? TOT OPTl'
ST **
bSo..*? ?Tmh|B|lk
? ?wlsrsCire2k*llieS^2lJS22ffS1,ee'
^^>uiMi7h*SsS
of WII
JTI
BUSINESS CHA5CB8.
An IBVUTMBBT WABTBD bob
or '??? on ia? to rail. irHL ?" "itll,
CA?rM. tllrix-i ?l Lav. IN t*rtwur U?
BalMlag. jet ?<
MOBKY-LOaBB KHi'TUTID a? ??. B?a
Imm<aerari ty. in large or sbert
na:lee. U. ? . 1 '11 BBR.
Bea! B* at* Broker. 1?. Jll IB street
It mmfall* P?e> OBce
AUOofr HtK>KKIirtBO\YO B TAlV tt b~
porary employment at ncht. b? making appii
t?tki a* ihf Bat king Hp?m af Vmi. * Mklui<ia
A 0". a?M apply unless experienced la
keeping banker'* N-.k? j?! St
UiLiTBt IK THE i'ltr rukoNB M -tariT
to buy BBOuBD-BABD CLUTHIMU
frRMTl Kl The klfhaM pilce pa 1 ? '"Irees
U Bo* IIS Poet Office. marB l?a
(JWil BABOA1B8 IB EBAL BATATB
H0CBE8 and LOTS for?l?M rr'arlf redae?t
trie**. K **"B for selling >>ui, 1 an a*- >nt t? ?
tbe city Ii|ht*n Bniwa and I* BlIKtnt L.-??. it
of tbe bona** nretbrse st.iry press Brick fioii* ai 4
tw> small pn-?a brick tw.i-atory L.>n?e? and oat?
frame bona* Alt Hare alt modern lai*r<tt-m-i.u
Tb? nth ?e h'>n*M are all new a-4 iocati a un*ar
r"?M f> a i* ibe tiiue insecure tk.?l ) ?.???
* ill exchange tn part for city 1.4a or a smat< ca h
pa> meat dwa, balance en tlwe aait Ml haaet
For all particulars apply to 111# OoiumVa air ?? t,
fornvr'j Turner street. an4aa>e annul ' ?
Bi kt p. m <"?* Im' ) J H I'Ut i?
F 0
B 8 A L B .
S3 HOCbES UN LOSQ Till
Bent* are so high that any person who can par
rent can purchase a h >aie
* Bof>E?oa Cap:-. 1 Bill.
3 on Ike I-land
? U iSf Karj I ?rl.
1 tD ?h* Virvt Ward
* HOI JIS In the n .rthern part of tbe city
Also, several Hol'sk* for cash
Ji e can pleaee ton. Ocsne ati.1 *"?
bo tr< utde to eh ? pr te-rty ta p?r? n* m?*nibg
bit. a carriage employed that putp--sa
M"K F V ?oT nd from -ne to t*>i? i ? ?
C'ffict. S05 r ?!r ?', |K?nr,ie t
PHlL. H * KL> H ? CO .
rKtttt* Rro??rs
and Km 4?*?
' j LVil
* 914.000, IS Bl'BB FEU* 91 CP
Apply at onoe to
JVAll BOTLB A CO.,
tnarTl tf 111 1Mb stroc* If W
I AK<;K >51 MS or MoBEY TO LkBliuk r?w
A a claa* Baal Estate, by
/ B Bt'BNKTT. J a..
fctiff tf l3l3 Pennsylvania avenue
FOR SALE.
FOBBALE-8TOCK and FIXTI KCb f an .44
established Grocery Bt >re, 4 -lug a lucrative
bnBineas Ooo4 rnaaon for wantiUK t<> ???II.
For parti' nlar* in ,nir<> at 11'^ XI *t ??7 Si*
FOB BALB OB 8XOBAB0B-A tiar anbrGken
BAY MABB COLT, not rat thref war. r\ _
old. will exchaiige for a raiall or medium , -
?leafamllj borne Hit l>e aren at an) bour^GLX.
ot tbe 4a; at ISHKX* Stable*, Orace *tre?i. n ?ar
Hi<h,9*w|i>i*u, l> C. je: Jt*
FOB MALB-A BBBTAI BAST iu cuiral part
of tbe cltj', 4<<tnit a ?oo4 bu?lue?a. A 11 -
BF.8TAUBANT.Btar Office je* it*
JUST ABBITBD TBoil THB WC*T. \BD FOB
aale at B U D A BN I P etal !??. U rite r\
t< a n, tn hea4 of H O Ri< CM ?m-'iir thetn two
pair* of mat' b b<>r*e?, oae pair of ?ule*.^-^*r k,
well broke to work. jet Jt*
L^AHH FOBtsALk-Jf 410 aorr*. in Marrlanl,
a l't inllo* from li.a?l<-n*bnrc. Are tmlea tt >m
Waabiocton,-well wat?^e4: B<-w honat- of II r-> 'ina
and Koo<1 oatl>nil4in(ra. well fenc<^l ?.vi choice frnit
troea of Tari' in kiD<ta; *>t| excellont near reai
4eiice< of B<sv* and M hnn. Prica Bio Aw, tArm*
reannablf Inaoire of bTILB'>M A BL'BbBV. At
torner*. 4 "AS L' u?*iana *venu? j-4 *
FrOB~t?ATLI-:-A tirat Cla-. r >sr* 'T I >v"Fk\
fTt?BK. on "th ??. Price, f t>" ca-li Ad
4re?a **B. 8.," Star office. j-t Jr*
l/t'R 8ALI-A nearlr ti w Lad lea PMABTOB.
r 11ABNK-8. aii'l PdkV v^rr ?<> ii'lt
App!j at 304 Sew Turk avonU'1, aftor f TiTfk
0 clock p. m. j eft .tt* /-?z\
HokSB FOB f.ALK. aud HAkM.>S?
All for S 19t> < aeli. m?diuiu a i.e. pr-tt %?.
r-rlectl> kind tor ia4y or cLiiuron. **03
a?t '""apitol *t )"+ St*
FM?B S ALB- Tlirtaet aallim la lit E AbT WIND.
In completeerd? r. on r> a?'>nabte itbi'.-^a
i? jt-ata "Id I*hi aprinc. ha* a lin?-. p. -ta'
cat in. Atir one wantiac a i<>?aanr> Va- i.t?A*?
will find her to be one of the ia.?t conal->rtable ??
tbia river, bbe cat. t>? ae<-n at tbe fool.of the N'arp
Vaed Bridg*. For farther Inforniatli>n iu.jnire af
the owner, at rrilontuwu. anj time after ? o clock
p.m. S ATI! ANIKL BKHKY.
RFMDEBCK FOB bA LB.?W e offer a Sue new
R'?;il. nr ? !. 1 a-ro<-t. t t u !T-h atid 1Mb
street*, containing nine r<?>ma. with ewrjr tn 4>-rw
cotiTenienc . for 91<>n the f.>llowlnc unnaqallp
acc<*.iu>o4atitiit t?-rn.a, v!r fl>?'ca*li. and %i s>m
per annum: ? por rent interest. The lum*a i* a -w
rented to a flrat claa* t<nant for flSW p> r auuuiu
Immediate application should be m-Mte to ua.
. , riT?*H a rox.
jS St tla 7th at . "ppoaile Pot ?*ftice.
1 kKSIEABLE BE<*IDF.B< E I OB SALE -A
I " iiandsotne real. I once on O street, between
an 1 10tb, near Judg<> Caej ? ami Hon. A M.
Clapp'a, baa been placed in ->ar hauda for aale t.jr
the ow ner, who ia at>.>nt leaving the cr. jr Tbe resi
dence i* of pressed brick, three storr an' l>%aem?nt;
rn-a l> new. with bar wiudow. and contain* twWe
rooms, with eTery modern convenience. On- of th*
lM-st location* in tbe city for a phy?tcian. The pro
perty cau be boncht on favorable tor***, and will
be sbewn on application to ns.
FITCH A FOX. Beal Estate Brokers.
je5-St 415 7lh street, opp. Poat Office.
f^OB SALE?STEAM BOH.KB ani~B NUI B B.
8 horae pewer, has ^ man s pat .at p nap all
now in runmne order, will eichanc* f<>r larg.-r one.
J W. MAK4HALL ACO..( 4tr Poat Offioa. >4 ?t*
FOB BALE-A TOOMO aoui; tyUab. faat
trotter Inquire of FBANk LIBBEV./
of Aim of MILLET A LIBBKT, Lumt.?r '
Merchant*. <th *t. And N Y ave j? M *
FOB BALE-One DBlVlMU BOBBB fart,
stylish, at.d aoand. a^nare trotter. Cm|*^
bo *een at the Plner Branch Trottine ennrm- Tain
for one week from J une Sd Inquire of Ir.^w/A
MOSES, Proprietor, on the premiers jeS *t*
POB BALB CHBA P?One CABT HOBsE tm
p iod oonditioc. two OABTB a* koo4 a*
new, with w heels iJH high, and two cji
plete sets of HABBEfS. Apply at 311 _
street aowtheast. or Bcriber's Feed IMore. 9th street.
South of Pennsylvania avenwe. j?S 6t*
?
F
j'OB BALE?A PABM. of aboat 75 acre*. I%
? mile* south of Alexandria, with baildinf files,
havii c a commanding view of Wa*hingt >a city and
the Potomac riser. WiU exehance 1 <r d>->irabln
city property. , I. K. WILSOK.
je3 '?pit all 7th street, opp. Poet Office.
FOB BALE, VEBV CUB AP?One An* EXTBN
SIOB TOP CABB1AOB. coat ?4So
One fine TOP Bl'OOT; c<? BiOO. OneVcR^K?
flue set gold mounted BA.BBE8B; cost
BluO. All uewrly new. Alao. a spleadid HOBSB
and MILCH OoW A* my family are to be al*-Hit
for se\eral months, eo that 1 bave no nee for tbe
above. I will sell at a great aacriflce and on time tf
desire4. ELPHONZO VOCB0S.
jel 609 9tli street, under Masonic Temple.
OB BALE CHEAP-A flue FAMILY CAKBI
? AOE, formerly need bv Oen. Ketch t
um; *-ata si* ?er? >a*. g aae windows!
front, back, and side*. Can be seen at
McI?ermott A Bro.%, Cowcbmaker* and'Carriaca
I'ealers. B v 310 Pennsy Ivaaia aseawa. wB-eott*
AT PBIYATB BALE?Tbe beautiful Country
beat called MOCBT VIEW. s1tuat<-4 on AaA
Bid re Koa4. about one naile from Oeorgetowa. Pi
near Drovers' Beat I This place Is one of th-JaB
finest views In tbe District.a?4 will be sold for leas
tii an cost. It coo rams twenty five <M> acrps of law4,
all K'o4 soil, an4 under Aue cnltiration. with a Baa
ore bar 4 of apples, pewc bee and fears. This place ia
improved with a Oottage, fine Stable and Carriage
House, Barn, Corn H<>aee, Hen House and Bas
House, Ice Hons*, aad Blaugbter House, w hi-*
could be converted Into a Ware H use This plaoa
is perfectly healthy, and sold for no other --rr*n
than to leave tbe eoaatry.
For terms apply ? B M. LIOHTFOOT,
may 4 Im* oa the periled.
T PBIYATB BALB.
The beautiful coantry resideane called " rCB
BABTOB HALia," situated oa tbe road from
Pi- rc-'s Mill to Teaaaliytowi., about It mile* (rum
* aehington, D 0.
The place ceils I as aboat twsaty-three acres at
land, unproved by a mansion beuae com', mi a lag
eighteen rooms.ml two small cottages, one c jatate
tog six tbe otbsr three rooa*s, toe bouse. bs?, Be.
There are aevsa acres of grapes to bearing, paan,
peaches and other fruits
The v lew frsm the howae Is om of the An* tt to tha
District. Am oat 4eairtng a Ana coantxy i jaidawaa
rould do well to call and examine thia prof arty.
If tbe plaoa Is sot sold by tbe 1st of J une toe Mm
?Ion bense will be for rant Anting the i
F<>r Wrms apply ta _
PIEBOB BBOEMAI
marl tf near Pierja's
THE TRADES.
PBBD. W. EBOELEB, P
r ??trtss(fr. formerly with Oeotge Will
Via'rtr' V -at Mr. Bam. Barboar^ book st
Fvmrtxcmi O^mlsurtr em 4
r With
? Bar
/th street, between I aa4 E
WIKIBf.
b/VJ Si B_.
Oovera. Awn tag
Orders by mail attatoM to. TI
taws:
for sale O
LiCHAKtCAL OPTICIAB,
r^gaiSSi?&.
BALTIMORE LOC* HU9PITAJ>,
OFFICE. Y BOCTB FBEPEBIOE 8TBEET.
B?jr ^El'cV.WfFK*.^.'."4 -'Sf

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