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THE EVENING STAR.
WASHINGTON:
TI'ESDAY An?rti*t 5, 1879.
Cn?igBT ?. *OTE?.... Editor.
Average 9%com Daily Circulation over
17,SOit bring a much larger bona fide,
regular and permanent circulation than
that of all the other daily paver* in the
oity added together.
Psjuboks lutdo tbi cot may have Tn Stab
Met to their addresa by mail, i**<Utre prepaid, for
inch period of time aa they may desire, at the rate
of 15 cento per week, 60 cento per month, tL75 for
Ibree months, or 03 for six months.
HTThe money to pay for the time required most
In all case* accompany the order. Otherwise the
paper cannot be sent
* '
Tbe Interoceanic Canal*
The cable yesterday brought the Information
in France the shares In the De Lesseps
scheme are at a discount and that there
^^^JVnot likely to be any demand for them In Eng.
^^H^and. This information 18 confirmed by private
HKl advices received by the United States government.
In this country it Is very doubtful If a
dollar has been subscribed to the De Lesseps
Scheme, although that gentleman's agents are
doing considerable advertising at all the commercial
centers. As far as this country is concerned,
the Panama scheme has been dead from
the outstart; and now it is practically dead
abroad. This leaves this government free to
prosecute without any delay negotiations already
opened with Nicaragua and the I'alted
i States of Colombia, looking to concessions from
1 those countries to a canal to be constructed as
I an American enterprise. In pievious negotiaI
^ tlonson this subject, Nicaragua and Colombia
m* have been rather backward. They were perfectly
willing that the canal should be constructed,
and to enjoy all benefits therefrom, but they
were unwilling to do anything toward facilitating
the work. Now the cast* is different. They
have been frightened by De I^esseps and are
anxious to do anything that will secure the pro.
Ject free frora foreign political Interference.
y They will doubtless readily grant territorial
and other concessions that may be necessary
for the accomplishment of the work. The route
for the canal favored by this government Is
the Nicaraguan route. An earnest of this fact Is
the permission granted Civil Engineer Menocal
to go to Nicaragua and complete the minor details
of his work of former years on that route.
There Is, as has heretofore been shown in Tua
Stab, everything In favor of the Nicaragua
route. This Is the verdict of the best engineers
foreign as well as American. The proposition
of Captain Eads to establish communication
between ocean and ocean by means of a marine
railway I? not looked upon with any favor. A
canal, under the auspices of the United states
over the Nicaraguan route Is what is regarded
as the proper method of establishing communication
between the two oceans.
The corporation of Brooklyn is laboring under
a load of a little overiio,(X*?,ooo of unpaid taxes.
What the city has got to represent this enormous
sum, as well as what inefficiency on the
part of her municipal officers permits it to
remain uncollected and grow larger every year,
are questions that her people very naturally
want answered. Furthermore some of them
would like a reply before the next election.
What good reason exists for not applying to
Washington City the regulations of the National
Board of Health for the prevention of Infectious
diseases ? If they are good for anything, they
ought to be adopted, without delay or question,
one would suppose. If they are not good for
anything, that fact ought to be made known as
quickly and widely as possible, and others proTided
that will serve the purpose for which
tliey are Intended. In the District of Columbia,
entirely In the hands of the general government,
as It is, the vexed question of state
Rights is not likely to arise, at least, and as it
is the experimental garden for nearly everything
they are afraid to try in other parts of
the country, we don't see why the regulations
above referred to should not be given a chance
here.
The democrats of Connecticut are already beginning
to agitate the question who shall till
the I*. S. Senatorship now held by senator
Eaton, whose term expires In issi. Ex-uov.
English and ex-Senator Barnum are leading
rivals for the place.
For three (fays the New York Sun has named
no new candidate for the Presidency. Has the
supply run out?
Now that it Is settled that one of the Egyptian
obelisks Is to be brought to New York, it is to
be hoped that the authorities of that city, or
whoever may have the disposal of the matter,
will be able to provide a more suitable and Imposing
place for It than was found for Its mite
In London. Located as that one Is, low down
on the banks of the Thames, and overshadowed
on every side by high and massive structures of
various kinds, Its appearance is singularly insignificant
and even disappointing. Standing
completely isolated in the desert or among piles
of ruins which tell vaguely the story of a grand
and mysterious past, one of these pictured
shafts is a most impressive and interesting
object, but it is doubtful whether they can ever
be transplanted to any scene within the influence
of modern civilization and preserve even
a tithe of their original charm. We are much
afraid therefore that the New Yorkers will be
greatly disappointed in their present, when
they get it, no matter how good a place may be
found for it.
Rev. "Adirondack" Murray, as he Is familiarly
called, has come to financial grief. The
trouble was that he dabbled with bath fast
horses and newspapers?either one of which la
generally supposed to be enough to "get away
wlth"the spare funds of an ordinary lndi
vldual. Murray, we suppose, thought he was
an exception. He know^s better now.
The Grand Hotel, of Paris, is to be offered for
sale at auction this month, at the upset price
of about $5,ooo,?rio. If the new proprieter can
pay that price for it and keep as poor a house
as It has been lately, he will be a marvel.
^T- The
ingenuity and audacity of an insurance
company that wanto to avoid paying its losses
are something that must command admiration,
If they do not inspire confidence. After hiving
conclusively shown that the late col. D wight, or
Elmlra,?or col. Dwight, late of Eimira,?committed
suicide, and that they are therefore not
liable for the two or three hundred thousand dollars
for which they had insured his lire, the companies
In interest now come forward with the
claim that he is not dead, and never has been, <
and that therefore, ,tc., ?v.c. Why not establish J
the fact at once that there never was any such
person as Col. Dwight, and that he never had
his life insured any way? Tha* would have
been much simpler and just as easy, and it will
probably come to that Ln the end.
The New York Time* has resort el to the remarkable
expedient of refrigerating its office
this melting weather by giving a seven-column
biography of Charles Francis Adams.
The republicans made some gains in the Kentucky
election, but not enough to amount to an
appreciable " straw.'
No one can be lick if the stomach, blood, liver and
kidneys a?e well. Hop Bitters keeps then. well.
'E'SGLISH STONE CHINA CHAMBEB SETS,
Xi 11 piece*, 92.25, at
- , HOLMEAD & CO.*8,
aoyf-3t 1343 F St. opposite the Ebbltt Houwe.
JEBMACE ICJE CBEASI DIPOTi
A ortJi irett Corner Ttctlfth and I. streets,
HOWSON'S CELEBRATED IOK CHEAM!
10 cento a i late; 30 cents a <juart. il.13 % Dillon.
WA1EK 1CE8.10 cento a pUte.
ICE CBEAM and WATER ICES, with CAKE 15
cerU
8r*clal Inducements to Picnic and Excnralox
Partieg au<& 3t*
1?AM1LIE8 FITTING DP EOB THE VALL
JF atouldr^llat HOLMEAD'8
Cioclery and HonsefnrL lrhin* Store,
antfi at F st.. opposite the Ehb:tt Honae.
BOOKS.
o* Madame Bonaparte. C^tle
Xfff ' Xt8h*'5 p?Iui" nf *h?,by Mv>
M?n' ?W \?.lLr Life;" Address, t > Youu*
kc ?i Aitken. Uar Life !>*y, by Rev
Adoh h Saphir Is Life Worth Lis lux. by Ma'lock
*f!^L TJ# American Hoaith
r*r ; thPrijoere6 411 to ?"ach It; Aui?ri...
.. WM. BALLANTYNK * 80S.
4*9 7th rtroetn,*.
gAB611SI IN SILK.
Wei ave on hand ft large lot ol
REMNANTS OF BILK,
from 1 to 20 yards in each, that we are determined
to sell at an)' price A great many of these remnants
run from 16 to 20 yards, enough for a dress
^aitern, and an we must positively close them out
in* month, no reasonable offer will be refused for
tb*m.
Evf-ry article in our store Is positively offered AT
CGbT for the next month.
CONNOLLY'S,
angB-tr 11th *t. and Pa. aw.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTBICT
1 of colombia.
! bahcis H. Steomaieb vs. Georoe W. Btegmaieb.?Eq.
6.123, Doc. 13.
, This cause was referred to me to report what
debts there are against said estate, including taxes
to be paid r>y the trustee and to state the trustee's
account The claimants and all parties in interest
are notified to appear at my office. No. 482 Louisiana
avenue, TUESDAY, August 12, 1879. at 1
o clock p.m.
ang:>-7.9.11 JAMES Q. PAYNE. Auditor.
/ \FFICE OF TUE C0MMI8SIOMEBS OF THE
U DISlBICT OF COLUMBIA,
Washington, August 4,187'J.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
In accordance with act of Congress, approved
June 27,1879, authorizing the Commissioners of the
District of Columbia to extend the area for taking
up and impounding domestic animals found running
at large in the District of Columbia, it is hereby
obceb?d. Tcatonand after FBIDAY, August
lo. Ifr79, domestic animals shall not be permitted to
run at large in the populated suburbs of the cities
of Washington and Georgetown. nor within the villages
of Mount Pleasant or Anacostla, nor south of
tte Columbia Boaii. Brown's Ro??l aud Gleason's
Rotd, and west of the Ttb-stivet Pike, uhr at any
p' int in county of Washington within one mi e
of the bounnary lines of the cities of Washington
and Georw^town; and any animil found running
at large within th? boundaries named on and after
tie above date shall be tasen up and impounded.
By order of the t'occnilssioners.
aup5 3t J. DENT, President rro tempore.
BITTER AKD FLOURASK
YOUR GROCER OB BUTTEB DEALER FOR
THE CELEBRATED P. P. CREAMERY
PRINT BUTTER.
It is Fragbant to the smf.ll and Deliciocs
to the Taste.
If your regalar dealer does not keep It we will de
liver it to any part of the city in our refrigerator, in
quantities not less than six pounds.
We a'eo have just received, and keep constantly
in stock, the finest quality of CBBAmEBY AND
DAIRY butter, solid packed. Can furnish any
size package wanted. Grocers who want small paokagee
can be accomodated.
We are also manufacturers' Agents for the following
brands FLOUR:
8UPEBLATIVE SATIN FINISH, the highest
grade of Patent flour made made in the United
States. This flour is manufactured by Washburne,
Crosby A Co, of Minneapolis, Minn., in the big
Washburne mill, and is, as the name indicates, the
highest quality.
BBIDGEWAT1B FAMILY FLOUR, a very high
grade flour, manufactured by J. B Ficklin & Sons,
Fredericksburg, Va. This flour received the first
silver medal at the Paris Exposition last year.
Gives i<erfect satisfaction wherever used. It makes
a beautiful loaf of bread. Try it.
SNOW DBOP, a spring wheat family flour, also
manufactured by washburne, Crosby & Co. This
is a good family flour.
HABD TO BEIT?A Virginia Family Flour of
high grace, very choice, manufactured by W. H.
Hottel, of Woodstock, Va Try it
We also have other brands.
a. e phillips,
Commission Mebchant,
04I Louisiana ave ,
With Barbour & Hamilton, Wholesale Grocers.
ang&-eo3t
^notheb "big" beductiom.
BEAUTIFUL FIGURED LAWNS REDUCED TO
BIX OENTS.
ALSO A TREMENDOUS REDUCTION IN OUB
VERY FINE
riGUBMD FRENCH LAWNS*
All of our Cottons at "OLD" prices. Positively
m aiivanre.
BLACK BILKS AND COLORED SILKS,
Veby Cheap. 1
no advance.
BLACK OASHMBBBS, i
ALL WOOL, CHEAPER THAN LAST YEAR.
carter's, '
Market Space,
i
peabfll reduction.
IMMENSE LOSS.
LAWNS, LAWNS. LAWNS.
AT LES8 THAN COST.
BEAUTIFUL LAWNS reduoed from 12)$ down to 10 j
All of our Short End LAWN^ (best quality) reduced l
to 8 cents.
GARTER'S,
aug4-tr 7*1 Market Space.
grildebs and others
MAKING IMPROVEMENTS,
Are invited to examine our Btock of
FUBNACES, BANGER AND FIREPLACE !
HEATERS, 1
which we are selling at very reasonable prices for j
strictly first-class goods. t
The "RADIANT HOME" wrought-iron Furnace. j
The "COMMANDER" Furnace.
The "LeDBOIT" Elevated Oven Bange. \
The "WEST END" Low Oven Bange. 1
The "LeDBOI I" Fii ei -lace Heater. ]
Are all deserving of special attention. J
Estimates cheerfully given, and all our goods i
warranted.
During the month of August we will sell GAS <
fixtures at Pbime Cost. ,
EDWARD CAVERLY & CO., t
909 F street, j
aug2-2t Masonic Temple.
deduced l'bicem ~ '
It REDUCED I'BIOES: 11
For the month of Angust we have marked our
entire stock of Spring and Summer Dry Goods be- 1
low competition. <
12)$ cent Lawns now 9 cents. ,
32-inch Union Lawns, 6l4 cents. ,
27-inch Do. Do., 5 cents. ]
All other Goods reduced to prices which will war- .
rant tbeir sales during the month.
Black .Silks. Black and Colored Silk Velvets, Blank j
and Colored 8ilk Fringes and other desirable Goods <
tow selling at less than wholesale rates. Trimming
Buttons and Laces in eniileee variety I
W. M. BROWN, '
aug2-tr S17 Market e.
(^UT AND PBES8ED GLASSWARE, beautiful
U designs, low pnceB. At i
HOLME AD & GO 'S,
aug2-3t 1343 F st. opposite ;he Ebbitt House.
CTOV* PIPE <?F ROCHESTER BEER AND
O FREE LI NCH
FOB FIVE CENTS, I
At the CHESAPEAKE HOUSE. auirl-Ct
j^OTICE. 1
DRAWBACK CERTIFICATES
I
taken in exchange for
Dby Goons.
wm. B. BILEY.
an-6t Biley Bnildin*, cor. 'Jth and E n.w.
CUTICUBA, HOP BITTEB8, GENUINE INsect
Powder, Disinfectants of all kinds. C*rbolic ,
Acid and Soap; Me Mesne Glasses, Mustard Plasters,
Quirk's Irish Tea, Runp's P.aoter.
For Sale by
DAVIS & HENE3S,
JyH-eotr 405 7th street northwest.
NATIONAL SAFE DEPOSIT COMPAN]T,
16th street and New York avenue.
Fire. Burglar and Damp Proof Vaults. Safes for
rent from 95 to f6t per annum. Takes Government
Bonds on Special Dei>o?it?one dollar per
<1.000 a year. Also, receives Silverware packed in
ordinary sized trunks on deposit for moderate
charge. Board of Managers?Wm. Stickney, president.
George W. Rings, vice president ; B. r. Snyder,
secretary ; A. L Sturtevant, treasurer; Henry
A. Wlilard, John Caaaels, Thomas Evans. myS-tr
Ij* e, damiltoiv,
dealer in
GAS F1XTURE8. SLATE MANTELS,
LATBC'BES, RANGES, Etc.
Also,
PLUMBING AND TINNING,
PBOMFTLY AM' 8A 1 ISFACTOHII.Y attenoek TO.
Agency Downey Sewer Trap.
surfMm* #11 It st , corner 9th n.w.
john holland's
PATENT RECORD GOLD l'M\,
Patented Oct. 2,1S73.
Is the highest achievement in the manufacture of
4?old Pens and the result of exi-erimenta for more
than twenty years. The "ltECUUD" Pen
produced by a skillful combination of the two pre
clous and non-corrcsive metals; 16 kr. Gold and
Platinum, wh.ie the ordinary gold pen contains
an aLoy of oopoer, reducing its fiueneea without
yielding that elasticity, Genuity and steel-like temper
which tho costly Platinum supplies. The
*Hl! CORD" 4*ola Pen Pointj* are of the Instt
Iridium, (Diamonds.) indestructible with fair
treatment, and polished to glass-like smoothness.
Steel pen writers have now every objection to a-old
^?jeome, and every requirement in a Pen
S,,tr.m?2iL.?21.<lnre and not oxidize, squarely met
The RECOUl><> 4?ul<l Pan is guaranteed to
l>OMeBS I>ural>tlit> Permanency of IVpriua
and PerfecUon of Point. Price, Sa.5??. sol"
ier."/Ild ?t*Uonrr? in the United
m^0Ll0ull.d order direct from JOHN
' Manufacturer, ls? W. 4th street, Oin^
JOHN 0. PABKEB, 619 7th street
northwofct marU-Uwly-ana
w
WANTS.
"\\rA>"TlD-A Good Colored WOMAN, to do tie I
J" woikof a untilfamily. App;y at No. 18261 X
tt n.w. II* b
Wr AN'j ID?*t :>20 New Yoik avenue, a <vmp3* X
*" tit colored WOMAN, as a Laundry a*id A
Cbac l?-rmaid. Keferent^es required. aa*5 3t* PC
\\rANTED-A Middle-a*red Colore J WOM.VS to "T
do ?eut r*i housework fur two. Bec?r.,-u-*;a X
required. A) plyat 1:*j2 8 st. n.w. It* ?
W7 ANTED?A First class DRESSMAKER, who n
?? can cut and fit. with capable references. Ad- ?
dress "F," gtar Office. It* T
\kr ANTED?By a Colored Woman, a SITUATION tc
?? to do ireneral housework in a small fatiily. V
Refererce ?rood. Address Box 13, Star office am.
6-2t* ' t
1V^ ANTED?A Beaistered Pharmacist desires to J
" etrve as RELIEF CLERK L>rafewmore Drmr- I
gilts. Please audress ROUHKLLE, City Post Or- firc
It* I
WANTED-A STONEWARE TURNER can And n
employment at the Terra Cotta offic* One 5
? TTufn&^r1., POTOMAC TERRA ?
COTTA COMPANY. 401 New Jersey av. au?r5-3t* 1
WANTED-A Steady Colored WOMAN, to do I
housework, and assist in i,
Apffiy at No 418 ^ag ar"'"0"' required. WA^Ef^^'ltwo
*hite Girls, SITUATIONS- |
ff one to cot k, wash andiron; tiie other to do I h
jreLeral house work. No objection to th? country. I ?
i^,,\efe?.nce- Oa'l'or two days at 726 New Jersey I
avenue, between H at. and Mass. av. au^5-2t* I
W D,"~A %rst c]a88 CANVASSER for 5
l inn . ? i?D$nntoe World Wl,b Gemral Grant,"
::^ .,#Ke?V ?P en?rravin>ffl. The most complete I
JXX61*evpr reduced. Address I
AMEF?P AN NEW8 CO., S. B. Dept., Bank of Bal- I w
timore Bmldit y, Baltimore. nu?.">oo3t I f
W ANTED-A second-hand IRON VASE for iron* I
f y?rq, at 918 Rhode Inland aveniie. aim4 3t I O
W AN'l^I,?A respectable rrote^tant white I
rff to do ireLeral housework in email I J
Ply- Mllyt ** recommended Aprly 119 ai
4th ft. east. au<4-2t? If
W"ANTED?A *ood colored WOMAN to cook,wash I
and iron for a email family. Best nfere'ice? I I
required. Apply between 12 and 2 p. m. at 1335 R i?
Bt D W- au?4- it* $
WAiN.ElJ"Byiref!'e,ctable white nirl a 8ITUA- n
" 118 cook, washer and ironer or chamber. "
maid. References if required. Apply 1013 15th et I
u-w- ___ aimr-t 3t* I 1
W ANTED-A reel ectable white WOMAN. German r
'' .Preferred, to do the entire h<u ework of a mall
lam ly. Reference required. P.ensant home I
and (read wages. Address W . siar office ang4 21* J.
W respectable ?irl wants a Hire*- ^
y HON to dochamberworkandsew or the care i
Sii$Iown ln to? country. Is vnllinff
and cbliKlntf. The best of reference. Cali T
lZr*??? twelve to five,at the comer of K X
and 3(1 sts., South W ashington. It* I r<
W cltrk, a smart, industrious WO- 4<
i ^ne *f,c.u?j0ujed to business pieferrei. Capitol
Laundry, 915 F 8t ang2-3t* T
WANTED-To STAIR builders - PR0P08 \L8 )r
r H?use. Apply to B. FULTON'S n
XjOan Oflicc, 314 9tii &uj^2-6tf I \
W ANTED?8ALE8 LADIES and OltNTr.WUPv ^
j;vD- APPLETON & CO., Publishers WT wJ I
BS.SShS^te.4 "<i?' '
f8S:??^8f?L^,&5PSSTISS I
drawers and all attachments. BentlnK and nutalrlnir I 1
a specialty McKENNBY. 427 9^ ??w. mylQ^ 5
TkTANTKD?ttTEAM CARPET CLEANING.?Or- QbV^aMB^aMiTOHi?ij',8o"?r:
i
WAEStSTOLVBBS i
Carpet Daalers. ap21-6m If
WANTED-8TKAM CARPET CLEANING; aU X
-II work ?U4r*nt?ed; at CHAOS'S, BIB Louisiana A
*ve- mar29-ly G
W SIMffiSlTSf." I
oth?r Insects ln fural- u
SSfis?I
uHAOE. gl6 Louisiana aTenue. auy81-ly ^
PERSONA T. IN
yBSTEBDAI'S STAB ISA I
nj^.52 e' as Ir^S?t to mother's to stay for a ^
^xfat- [it*] kate kappler.
wi5ow ? desirous of form- "
the acquamtance of a trentlemao of ample
nSttik v distance. Address _
SELUE \. DENTON, City Post Offloe. It* ^
BOOGHT~8PECTA- I
I on Saturday afternoon for an old trantle- ai
?an to Tennessee will kindly call at FRANKLIN & ^
CO.. Opticians, 1227 Penn. ave. 2niH 2t' T
J)R. CHA8. H. BOWEN has returned. ' dt
?S5lllSf Ke8idenoe No- 601 Massachusetts are. | ^
A8JtRt?">GI8T AND CLAIRVOYANT?Mrs. d7 er
LI IS. 318 Pennsylvania avenue. If you would fo
nmZL ' goD^^ltthe Doctor in all things. T
Dmoe hours from 8 a. m. to 9 p. ny Jei-ly* I A
TOHN PATCH EXAMINES TITLES, reports as to fo
fc0??SiS?,,^SSS,!S;D,1S;.6,TSc,ifo' 5
^^_^^y?^n^before^arid from 2 to 6. Jll-7m* s-|
EDUCATIONAL. I f
Vf 188 OSBORNE'S
LTI BOARD'No AND DAY SCHOOL u
<-r Youck Ladies will RE OPEN at 943 M at Mpn?r ?
it H th St., MONDAY, Beptember 8,1879. auu-.VSm I T
S.PENCERIAN BUSINESS COLLEGE, Z;
. corner 7th and l btbeeth n w i
aves education for real Ufe to sons and'daughters. ?
P'mnanship. Spellimf, 8om- Q
position. Correspondence, Business Arithmetic Hin *5
boubie tntrj- BSkkS BuS C tr
ii?a Eronomy, Commercial Law, and Loc~
sessions. Ojei forrecep- qt
ion of students last Monday in Amrust and therp- ^
ifter. For particulars visit the Collefre, or adureH I T
Mg5-ly H. C. SPENCER: PRiNcn-ff." *
[C?LLEGIATE INSTITUTE, bl
for Yoqlk Ladies ?The session of 1879-80 com- i
xences the second WEDNESDAY in September ?
Fcr catalOKUes apply to Miss LUCY STEPHENSON ~
^&N?. 101 Gay strtet. Georgetown, D. C. j
rBK BOVS' ^OLISHANLD CLASSICAL HIGH p
J. W. HUNT, A. M.,' PIIINCIPAL, I
lt8 twelfth, year Sf.ftemijek 1 la the ?!
'fiVJi roo{n ?' Dr. Sunderland's church, 4^ t,
c "/ containing further informa- r
ion, with testimonials from a few of our best citi- I
:eijs c?ii bp had at the bookstore*, or the Principal I Si
a??r<e8?d torouKh P. O. Box 535, and m in- erMew
obtained. aug2-m,w&g2m L
n.APITOL HILL hCaoOL.?Mr. GRAVES'School i;
U will r?oi>en In 8EPTE ttBER. Loc?tlon wUl Ibe S
idveitised tefore September. Female Department rl'
?Ji??rKe a Iady* AddresB J. A. GRAVES, Wash- ^
nKtOD- _ mul-lm | I
[41 0 J4TH ,BTI>?*T -FRENCH LE8SONS - E
^ Keiueml^r that now French i* nnt only an n
f necessity. MLLE. V. PBUD'of
ln*truction is thorough and i
radical. 1 upila accoutre a i>6rfect proiiUQciation I 1
ind ad vance rapidly. Terms very moderate. Office a
lours 12 m to 1 p m. Mondays and Thursd vys after le
Li'1": aaKl.tr I t!
f 'llABLO'lTE HALL SCHOOL, FJ
^ St. Makv'b Cocniy, Mjj. p
will beurTn MONDAY, September L
r Tiiliion, <74, in advance, for each F
lesion of live months, lor circulars address $]
aiitflA,,!.,, ? WM. T. BRISCOE, to
amrl-e<jlm Secret?ry to the Boar.1. ?
h COLLEGE. M'jchanlcsburif! X
} , *-rAhealtlijul, teautiful CilieKe-Home and
School. Opens 24tli y*ar Skpt 10 auu K_
jy!7-eo26t Bkv. T. P. EGE. A. M , President X
TH* HILL SCHOOL^ " J
^,?l,I'BI;1ABATO?v TO College), Pottstown, Pa. n
Distinctive work, preparation for Uest coife<tH. y
Gra< uaies of the echool invariably euter college u
fitVr r1!1,^11^8" Enirl hb aud 8?lentiflc Caursos r<
?tjf?r Ijusiness. Experienced and permanent teach- i0
TboroiiKh instruction. Home life and calture.
[Jy 17-eo2(>t ] JOHN MEIGS,Ph. D , Prin^ipni I
GIRLS, Sani?t =
J i Si king. Mi) ? Will reopen Sept. 15th. A full
H '?2!f.rtiffnS?Vctten wU1 be^ven.with lectutes on
U.stoiy. Belles Lettres ami the Natural 8cienf:es. =
A M ^'ilsrsaddresH HENRVC. HALLO WELL, I
A. M , Prn.cipal. Jy;>-eo3m \
VI ARYLAND AGR^ULTURAL OOLLtGE V
TDE8DAY J
For catalogues or further informatlonapplv to J*
SSSS&SJS^j. I I
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACADEMY ,f
T? C11E8TEB, l'A. (Opens Sept 10th.)
Thorough instruction in Civil Engineering Ohem a
Jy2-eo?m COL THEO. HYATT, President. t"
PARK SEMINARY ct
AnnuJ1i?Wapen ???D?Y.- H?l'tember 16th, 1879. northu^i?
m*d? t0 frmtipalrt, 600 5th street
northwest Jyl-3m
1)B1^ ATELY OS IN CLASS?LATIN OltHKR I i
*"i?ENt!H. MATHEMATid8, RHET- 1
oRIC, LOGIC. Preparation for ColieKe, West Foiiit
W Fi'vnn'a1 tnc\^arud^od?rnLauKua^ea.
p W. FL\hNt A. M. 1227 Let, n.w. jo27.tr
y^T'MMER SCHOOL OF BUSINKRH, ~~
Frc m MONDA Y, June 23d, the pleasant halls of I ?
Sf-encer'an Bus.i.ees ColleKe, corner ?r7thand L 1
l*\?t'L'n for tLo frumtiier tor sptcial j ^
^ i ?> Ut t'iJU 1Q Penmanship, Rookkoep- in
A v Lorrespondenoe. Morning Sessions 9 to Mt
?1; EvtuinK Sessions, 6 to 7. Tuiti >n morcSir #? F
per u-or th: Evening, ?5 per month. Penmaluhfp ~
alnne, $5 ior ta-^ty >i-sous. Private instrue*ion (
L^iS4 t rmB- ^arycularstriven at College offloe /
H^C. SPENCEB.Prlncip^ I <?
MAPLEWOOD INSTrrUTE.' Comcobdvill* I ~
Pa?Boyi, ?60 j^r quarter; Girls, $45. Stu i 1
aents prepared for business, Ya;o or Harvard. First I
class professors. Primary pupils admitted. ?
Jel7-ly J. 8HOBTliIDQE. A M., Principal. j 'i
WANTED. " 1
?? TWENTY THOUSAND MEN, ol
To drink S:ovepi[>es Latter Beer at 6 cents. ?
_ ^ . FREE LUNCH Z
Every day, at I
GEO. KOZEL'S, 1
any2-.^t 1105 7th street p.w. O
QAVZfi HEUUrO 8UIBTS. " P
SUMMER BALBBIGGAN SHIRTS ^
Patent Fashion LINEN AND JEAN DRAWERS, (
Wll-tr 999 Fenniylmnfr aww* a
??????
FOB BBHT ANT> RAT.B j
H?U8K. 175f> P St. n.w..
?nt*2bS^, a11 mps ' stable in rear.
*? fiod tenant. App y next '1 ?or. *a*r5 3t*
pOB SALT H?)i> e -No. 15ju Hth ?m v two?>RPPi:je7it
l>ri?k, a;x root lb and ba>h
aLj WhH- Prtc? low, eas> term* Ia.jTre
i prem ><-s an** 2i#
pOR BENT?BBICK DWELLING Coroer^thTTj
? sts. ii.w.;; contains .birteen pror d roon.?wno'*
iiildw? in perfect order throughout An>iy wt 913
ft. n.w. anif5-9V
^OB KENT?HOUSE No. 815 6th wt n.w., modern
improvements ten room*, in nice rfnair. K-nt
?w A,,ply to W c JOHNSON. 718
mi st. n.w. augS-lm
^rorh n?mT0l(1 ettablished KEED *nl
r JaMR DEPOT, ooruprfitli ?t. %M N. Y av?
W. Apply to AJLBEBT F. FOX. l?20 Fat north
auy4 at
pOBBENT-Handsouie BOOMS en suit?, on 2d
mrtJa' fiVei T ?9 t>m!c?Dy- Also, sin^ie BED
aiSnth' ? *? ,f y 'urni*h?d- ?t summer pri.-ea.
21 13th st. n.w. auK4-3i*
,FUBNI9?EI> BOOMS. facing
l.,,5??'"1 suitable for married couples without
ildren. 1 tnn? reasonable. For further parttcntrs
ir.iuire at 1429 B st n w
fOB RENT?STORE north fide Pennsylvania
ON 8, No 1113 F ?t. P * U C?J55t
fCIt BENT? Eitfht room BBICK, 113 2d at has
er/d aiid^ntert'"'^06? thoroughly repaired. i?aRiVbDi'lITs
7tFh"t'emS *""* 1.2K5&"
POR BENT-BRICK No. 413 M st. n.w nine
? ALBEKTk "fyTy1 wta n1.*. '^r*fe yard> &c Aorly
> AUit? r I-. IQX, No. 'J2<? F st. n.w. au?2-tt
^BRIOK^Jnrifis1 1011 T 8t* E W-> three-story
oWi-l W-Sh"0 m?- ?w.
u iJL HtA^BQN, i)th and D ats. n.w. au*2-6t
fOR RENT?HOUSE No. 17 Iowa Circle, corner of
id\eri^on ail(l hhodo I* and ave^.: fine location
land averD 1Da,>roveuientB- Apply to 1315 R*iodo
iajiu a>e. autr'i 8t*
14t1' 6t- U w . 11 rO"UH ; ?3(r
'A'4?1424 T Ft. n.w., 6 rooms; $15. 1522 Mad"
16 ii? Wr-?m8V *?6" 15;w M st. n.w., 6 rooms;
1i1Si5pJ??^et-<rt2"W?to?n.9 rooms and stable;
A Yttn finite ' 5 roou&s; $13. Apply to A. b
AVWOQI). 1225 9tli st. n w. aug2-3t*
r?K KBNT-ttnall HOUSE; modern iiui-r .ve'
,t^ . '"'Bished, ?roo1 location. Money
OTIBth ?rA,,,'ly at KBNNKDrfl Real EsUteOfflS
- iom eL amrl-5*
brlck DWELLINGS.
riTruAa and .1,C00. Alno, two buildimr
'?ee?c*raXiTi"frn0^ at 3?c.: ewy terms;
: G HEbTt?!)51^hitlQC*tt0D; very d^StrIe^ ST-,T^?otwoi"t?ry
BRI0K H0USE8,
-inJna k A * 12 on street n.w., with elKht
ewfy i>aintf^?ftnH ?na al fn0^er,lt2 improveaients;
ffi , ? nd papered- feo' ?25, Iminire No.
_a ntj n- 11 w- jy28-8t
r?h? P^T-One three story brick II0U4Et'J ra ,
^ hsth-room and concrete cellar, with all moderate
DproyeiKonts; new fresco painted. No. 622 22d st
a 40^ 7thT'n wroDnlDK ?P to tha COraer- jgaffr*
^DIstKnt? ^~^Ai^0aii?DILI)INCtof house No. 923
5ani?fiSt nMT^nfa^I,er month: *<* and water.
jguire at ;'2C Louisiana avenue. Je28-6w
pOR KENT HOUSE No. 73 De'rees street 7
LrooJu-' and Latrobe. inlooawndi.
on. $X(> a month. Key next door. Jy25-lm
[ToomKS, Stb^S"
" MA'S! y.,1'"' Ti&y"1
pOB SALE?A new BBICK HO(J8J?. six rooms
air^tflORT^PV, Prlce Terms easy. I
aire at wo Loniniana avenue. Jy24-2w*
Several atsirable six-room BBICK
'HE ATT fv' located, ^"h all conveuiences.
ilaifc^avenue i^w ^ 7Ul ^
i.o?d.wCm b- oiik^81
^T?T7Thre5 nln?"room BBIOK HOUSES
19 1M1 U?h S0^1? hnpro\^menU.-Noe. 1517,
'tru * 1 121H ?t . etween Bhode Irland avenue
th^t6? V- Apply t0 J0HN F- QBEEN. No 1520
Bt- a w- Jy24-lm*
'1C817B^^7F^l"8tory BBJOK- eitfht rooms No.
lartil- -? ' ie 8<lu?r? from sfreet cars and
low- Appiy to thos.
jy2l lm* et' 'PP081"3 ^ost office.
? " *n,? BOOMS furnished fer housekennig,
and several small BEDROOMS. 354 PenriBvl.
|p^*aveEne^oorner 43< st ?r"1M7m^
LOST AND FOUND.
i'CSi??7iA8^t".^'J.,wo 00ws ?*"?r win
KlUko.war l"?wnr. p.y chir?.?
1K' ?G?I'D MEDAL. H6.I- Onto
al7/warrtUi/l??f W'th "i106 and nal'8- A hbg?w.
?" """"". a,ifjjyS\LrSr5.ff:^SrYi7H?P:
Ju"u" EJ*enbeis8, to the order of
der^of o f i-hSff made pa7able by him to the
?},f ?I. F: Schaffer, payable after ieu days*
V .^be Under of the same will be suitably rew
rtt? returted to G- F- SCHAFFEB. 626 D st
w?? uiy,
i La U6B' GrOLD
sfin^rliiV; ? 8t "-w . be . wet ii I and O.
to 45? O h* suitably rewarded by returning
V^>KUK. 0? Kwra' for #1,000, drawn by
U ^agr5 t0 B,ttlDg & Davidaon. All per"acK?t1.!a
"" -qti.S?yMem
ggg^Njao
SffSSS;
leetions asked. No. 907 13th st. n.w. au?4-2t*
' FoAr?^
'JW&.
anK2 81 14th-atreet road.
FOR~SALEr
^ CI1*AP-H0B8E, BUQar and
iwr 4 ?^S?- Apply of J. D. CROIS- m\
^ Office Department, or 1421 8th j?3tl
,n-w- aug5-3t' ^CCL,
10B fine BUGGY HOBSE, sound and
speedy, about ten years old. Owner has A
will seil very cheap. Ad- JkA
ess "B river," fcUr Otlice. auK4-?-olw -* *
g~A .splendid Side,
uar oloiij, Vander^raw, Brooklyn njrv
aker. AIeo a set of Single liABNES^ ^Qfif
mcst new, at B. H. GRAHAM'a
?Ke Factory. ,^4-3t?
^?B?X sea^VT?Nni,HF^tUB? anl - 1
. ^ 9 > a"d fine Laundau- m\
t CARRIAGE, and one CARRYALL; every
iiijK stricty as represented. Parties about4 ?*
irchasintf, exchantfiuK or disposing will And It to
advantage to call on or addrMa wu v>
OWNEY, 101817th stn.w ^dress, WM.J.
pOR SALE?Three new TOP-BUGGrKH at *7*
each; 2 new Jiirap-^at CABRIAliEH ' " *76
-Iir 4H; P?nJ?.HMIDT' Carrla^e IteioH'-ft^^Sft
ty, 46t? lenna. avenue. jy21-im
{ NUMBER OF FINE PlANUS some?
V very little used for sale at jrreat bir-fieS^
iiiib for cash, at 7^3 7th Kt. n.w. J^8
pOB SALE. ~
Pso?fy?siiC8i??:|ii?co??
Ji *Afrom theiactory of Louii'^^^Kll
t BriM. ' 0hio- For sa'e at astonisliinKly
w prioe8- ? J. J- J08TIS,
ivo in. b()J P street northwest
P 6 Agents for thn city.
ZZZjiOAKDI NG.
th st n.w. Finest location in the city. jy7-lm
^spsass w^*is i
: S. ?3fy?f 806E ?"nb?'"J0i'6d' ""
1 FURNISHED BOOMS TO LET;
rhtfullv hwnt^?' BOARD, in corner house, de-'
r.l^innS. ' ud facuiK south and west COO
nat uapitoi et. Jel7~eo2m*
BOOMS, en suite or am?
gle. with first-class TABLE BOABD. Also
Tari?i& BiQftih?1? accom 0dat?d- Beforenoos ex|*nKed^512
Jth st n.w. and 206 F st n.w. fl-ly
FROFE^SiONXfT
| KNBY WISE GABNETT.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Washington, D. 0.
and2ECOlUn"biaU ^ Bulldin^ 6th st. between
? jy31-6m
\ BS. FULLEB. SO CELEBRATED FOR MKji
1 many remarkable cures, and wonderfnl facility
locating disease without askintr a auestiouf^n
. consulted free of charge at 604?c,iner & ^
"" u w- myl2-l;lw*
JOBNti, BUNIONS, WABTS. DISEASED RAILS.
J It is Kratifyuiijr that Da 8CHULTZ. 908 pZ ?ve!
ip staira). may still l?econsulted. Painless, clentlflo
taiment Ladies and children attended, apl-ly
* TALdBOTT, Dutir,
J Removed to southeast corner 7th and^3SS
Btreete northwest. Teeth Inserted ?7 per 7 fyf
)Mil.I,|JKl?' yi? 7th street norttiwest,
/^.between I and K sts. Beautiful Sets i
' JJeeth filled. (1; Extracting
I,aUi' cent*. Aii operations
LDted- oct81-ly
SBOOND-HAND CLOTHING.?
an^tthl 9i?thlWiWatohea. anna. Piatols, kaJ&foG
SOSrSV from the ORIGINAL
?t. near Pa. avenae. Branch. 287
romT!t 5rJS5?ta* &.<*. *ddw??ingthe above pUoos,
mSSl-toctll b* *lT6n 10 *h wdaw.
CLOTHIMH, Ac.-L BIdE, dealer in
{ ?^P"<l-hfnd CLofHING. BOOT?C SHOES,
^ ^t ,aw., offer* vreat bargama. He pays
OABH for the several articles
uartitoT* OrdorabynAtttltwO^to. &o^M?
%
FOR UKWT AND SALE.
Jf OB BENT. "
B. O. HOLTZMAN.
10th ud t .-acta D?tkwc-t
g?J* hou-MOi h at?lfT~A% l st n.w $35
uw. '?iSa 2aBt_ .*40
132* NY. ave farn...l36 92* 7tu st nw 36
! *92 ^L7tt," nw ??
1 i V.f ? 5J- n w ? H"7 Penn. ave. flue buvii&2,Smve-,8U,r'v"ZS
new room 35
J4;?7*}-Y. ave. .store,...76 12*2 Oet n.w 2R
?" Y- ? ?tor?^ .75 9:17 7th et u.w 3<)
V&LCo*1" nrt.,fur.,...7R 1107 Penn. ave .ttuebcsi
917 7th st n.w , store,. .60 nee* room .80
2i? Bl-11 * tor?, .?0 1250 9th si. u.W 15
9217tbstn.w. store,.. 50 730 Hat n.e. 25
1412 N Bt n.w 60 10 Grant st 50
902 H at n.w 50 2112 Penn. ave., fur.,..5"
801 3datn.w 60 2112 Pa. are.. unfur.,.30
H16 M et n.w 65 leoo 7tn. a to re 25
730 H st n.e. .....50 1533 Columbia at 30
Boomsat 1107 Penn. ave.. 921 7th si n.w .9"
over OxttBro. &Oo 6(5 2228 13th at u.w. 18
iSP1 Bt ?*w 40 lali B 8* 16
120 Md. ave aw. 40 616 11th at n.w. 16
?" D W > "tore. 1829 Pa. av. n.w, store, 1?
3ve tore,. .36 612 Pa.avn.w ,ttore.83.3'i
*veA6tor?-8r> 57 Mvrtle at 16
1*1?,N. Y. ave., atore,. .85 1328 New York ave.. .125
9 7 7th at n.w 30 414 lat n.w. 18
nJS ? ^ nw Office rooma at 1419,1421,
919 7th st n.w 30 1423 Penn. ave. n.w.
House* and Lota In every section of the city for
sale, at prioes from $1,000 to $50,000, aud on easy
terras. All property for aale at mv office haa bees
reduced in price.
B. O. HOLTZMAN.
au?t2-tr 10th and F ata. n.w.
J|EAL ESTATE BULLETIN
TH08. E. WAGOAMAN, 619 Seventh rtroet.
(Changes maue Wednesdays aud Saturdays)
Three-Story Bouse* For Sale.
614 6th st. n.w., mod. iotpe.. 16 rs $13.00*
515 lltu st. n.w., mod. imps., 14 re 12,50<
730 13th st. n.w? mod imps., 12 re lO.oo*
608 lith st. n.w., mod. imps., lo re .lo.iiof
404 6th st. n.w., mod. uui>n., 15 rs..............10.0-*
1602 14tn st n.w., mod. imps'., 9 re U.W*
728 13th et. n.w., mod. imps.. 12 rs 9.00<
211 A et. s.e., mod. imps., 12 re ........ 9,00
Two-Story Brick and Frame House* For Sale.
N. J. av,. bet. Fand G n.w., f.h.. m. L, 4 re.... 2,00(
631 H *t. n e.. f.h., mod. inn?., 7 re 1,80<
813 10th at. s.e., f.h., mod. imps.,7 re. 1.80<
1239 4th at. n.w., b.h.. water. 6 rs. i,60<
829 11th Bt. s a, f.h., 6 re 1.50i
824, 826 6th st. n.w., f.h , 6 re. each 1,50*
621 K st b.w , f.h , 4 re ?... 1.30<i
2033 L Bt. n.w., f li, 6 re l.OOti
Unimproved Property For Sale.
New York av . Let 17th and 18th sts.n.w.,pr ft .50
G st, bet. 21at and 22d sts. n w., per ft 50
Dst, btt. 12th and 18th sts b.w., per ft 5<
19th st., bet. L and M ets. n.w., per ft 6d
Cor. 19th and 8 b:b. n.w.. jier ft 50
K et, bet 12th and 13th hts. h.w., per ft 4?
16th and T sts. n.w., j>er ft 45
K Bt btt 26th and 37th n.w , per ft 4*
Bouses for Rent.
311 Pa. ave.n.w., mod. imp., 17 ra $100 on
608 llth Bt. n.w , mod. impa,. 12 re 65.00
609 M at n.w., moa. Imps. 12 re eo.o?
1407 G b?, n.w., mad. imps , 12 ra 60.0?
619 9th Bt n.w., (upper floor) mod. imps., 10 re 45.0<
220 A Bt s.e., mod. unp?? 10 re...... 45.01
1738 F et n.w., mod. impa., 12 ia. 35 o<<
222 3d et s.e., mod. imps ,12 r* ... 30 00
151912th Bt. n.w., mod. imps ,7 ra 30.00
81 Gay Bt., Georgetown, mod. imps., 12 ra 25 00
82211 et n.w., mod. imi*., 8 re 25.00
44-46 I ft n.e., mod. imps., 9 re 20 00
1586 Columbia Bt n.w., mod. imps.. 7 ra 20.00
419 9th st. n w., (upper floor) mod. impa., 6 ra 20.00
1743 llth et n.w., mod. imps., 6 re 18.00
717 Sta st. ae.. mod. imps., 9 ra 18.00
8S6 23d at n.w.. 6 re 16.00
740 12th st nw.,6 ra 16.0H
816 4J< Bt bw., 7 ra 16.00
Offices.
617 7th at., 2 offices, 619 7th et, 2 ra $ 41.67
1343Fet 2500
R17 7th Bt, No. 5, 3d floor... 15.00
517 7th st, l?o. 7 15 0
719 Market Bpaoe?Boom 6 6.00
Boom 9 4 00
Corner 10th and Penn. ave., Vernon BowBoom
7.. 18.(Xi
Boom 6.. 15co
Boom 10.. 12.00
Boom 11.. 12.00
The above la only a email part of the property f 01
rent and sale on my books. For complete list ee*
bulletin issued on the lat and 16th of each month
which can be bad on application at my office, or wii
be cent by mail if desired.
Auction Sales.
On MONDAY, August 4th, at 6 p. m., No 604 13th
et n.w.
Loans.
$4,000, $3,000, $2,600, $1,600, $806, $700, $600 at
7 per ct.; 82,000 at 6 per ct ausrl-tr
J^EAL ESTAT1 BULLETIN.
JOHN SHERMAN k 00.,
Bt Oloud Building.
61418thit fur., Ua. 9 Covington at n.w...$S
. -$1W lisCat me., 16re 40
n 1% 122110that n.w., 12 re.40
W> ?t 7 " 60 *30 K st n.w.. 9 ra 30
22Ltj?k?le-?8rr*i?2189 Kat n.w., 8 re....25
13thBt n.w.,6ra.18 1104O st n.w., 8 re....25
2284 18th at n.w? 0 ra.18 1214 24th at n.w is
4i8Nrt. n.w, 6 re. ..16 909 9that n.e 12
716 Boundry at n.w.. .12 1981 8th st n.w I?
442 1st at n.w 10 706 10th st n.e. It)
7 Covington at n.w 8
No charge uade for advertising.
bprcial rates will be made for the care of large
properties
Parties having houses for rent will do well to
try us.
$7,000 to lean in smaller rams, at 7 per cent.
3y28-tr JOHN 8HEBMAN & 00.
El MoINTIBE,
- ? ?,o BZAL Estati BBOKKR,
No. 918 f street, opposite Masonic Temple.
For Rent.
25andPa.av.,fur.$l66X 811Hae.MM. 30
116Proapectal.Oeot-la6 Btore, 1810 E at^..... .30
McPherson Square. ..136 222 Kat u.w 20
13 and F, fur..... 160 1418 N. Jersey ave 18
Fur. houae, Geo town 100 2208 1Sb.w 18
}8 rt.near F. 100 733 8th atn e...... 17
1821 N.Y. ave^fur....iOO 490 Fst >-W.??..?...15
2d and A 8.e., fur 100 829 6th at n.w !l6
O, near 18, nx 100 1628 12th n.w 16
732 21at aw 83>j Noa. 706 & 708 B. L ave.16
G Bt, abote 10th, fur..75 2507 Kn.w.^.?........16
******* ?*w 15
Grant Place, fur 76 927 H. J. ave 15
N.Hamp.ave., fur....76 110 7thstn.e 15
472 0 n.w 75 Conn. ave. and S 18
Q, near 14th, fur 60 807 H n.e ......ai*
82? O gt n.W. .......60 1411 8d, above 0....!..W
478 Pa. ave n.w 60 310 18th st s.w 13
2d and E. Capitol.^... 40 1413 3d at n. w 18
rt- U-W......... .13
1512 ?Ui at n.w 36 317 H st n w .....12
Btore. dwel,6&K n.w. .30 1117 Park Place... 12
J- *ve- ?-e 36 299 HLrh at Geor^et'n.10
1436 8 n.w.^. 80 829 18th n.e. 10
180 Washington, G'n. .80 1822 Bonito rt.._8
8tore&dw, H&N. Cap,80 7th and D n w....,'~.S
232 2det n.e 30 Shop near 7ih and O 8
237 Bridge Bt 25 Store, 606 10th? J
Store, 2153 Pa. ave... .25 9 and 16 Liberty St....8
Btore and dw, 623 10th20 Also offioes, stores.ehops,
Store and dw, 8th& R.20 ntables^suburban houses.
For Sale.
Desirable Houses and Lots, in all sections of the
city, at lowest rates and easy terms.
Money to loan ? $6,000 at 6 per cent; $3,000 at 7
SijSI1.;^,600, f800- <liU00' ?1'200
$i(duu, ana 9otu0d &t 8 per ocnt
J* E A. MoINTIBE.
|?OB BENT- ?
T B. H. WABNEB,
? 916 Fstreet nart'iwest
Edgewood,p.p., oountry 438 F at n.W 80
eat. 'nndsh^l ..200 316 3d st ae? 80
8.w. cor. 17&F n.w. .166X 1916 9th st n.w 27.50
a&ii 511 n-w.........60 8 I st n.w ..25
2016 G st n.w... 66 802 H st n w...... 25
7805thstaw.^ 60 106 4th st ae ^?25
?iJ\aV8- n w 5V. 3318 M at n.w r
59? ? *: J? ' * 60 1446 Pi?rce Place 22
East Capitol st 60 1?25 10th st n.w 22 ?
6 2d Bt. 8.6 .45 638 N. fllF, $VA $ Oy
13111 St n.w ...40 2701 k atn.w._.!' *' ?
$0 12419 th Bt n. ~:..".18
J29 4# 1413 6th at aw.H.M.16
Myt!1* U-W- 40 1823 13th st U.W.......16
h-w- ?tore.40 2824 G st n.w 16
Cth at u.w 40 1906-8 16th st n.w...,15
"20 N Ht. n.w 38 Store, 1814 * at n.w. .16
1426 Nstn.w 38 3l3Hstn.e 16
1305 9th et n.w 36 1117 Park Place 12
906 N. J. ave. a.e 85 928 G et a. e 12
Office under Methodist 63Defreesst 12
Proteetant Church, 9th 1125 16thet n.w. ..." 10
st,near F 85 1721 B et. n.w JlO
220 3d st s. e 30 484 Gtf st s.w 9
1626 Q st n 27.60 430 65s st. S.W 9
I 1132 7th at. u.w 30 810 4th at n.e 8
114 0 st ae 80 18 18th st s.e 7^
The Beal Estate Review, published at my office on
the 20th of each month, oontains a complete list of
i all the bouseB I have for rent, together with reports
concerning the oonditlon of the real estate
throoghout the oountry. Call and get a oopy. tr
rpHOMAS J. MYERS, Beal XsUte Agent.
1 1316 ? street n.w,
FOB BXNT.
1519 12th street, 9 rooaa 302 18th st aw , 5 rooms:
161712th strett n^ re ^412th n^!. 1$^
89 H at n.w., water and gaa
"V n-w -".000 ft. ground.
r?18- lc* 21 ft front
1604,1610,1612 8 Bt n.w,
451 H at n w.,lot 80x100.
1320 14th st u.w., ia ra, mod. impa., lot 26x130, stable
in rear on alley, in complete order, will be sold
cheap.
Lots In all parts of the city. Je6.tr
JpOB BXNT.
124 East Canitol at, brick, 12 rooma, mod. impa,.$60
820 8th st, trick house h atore, 12 ra., mod. imps.80
7 room,?mod- impa., each... 16
** *** water 13
Office Booms, 708 B at Tr$l? to 30
^ FOB SALE.
Several very cheap PROPERTIES In elegant locai50?
to >1?.000: amali
cash payments?the balanoe monthly, or io salt
customers, at low rate interest ,5Ul
LOTS. In all sections of the
city, with aracial inducements to builders.
a^iLh. * BDBFOBD, Beal Estate Broker,
'P'-fr 708 ? rt.
J^WIS JOHHSOIV * CO., Bankers
WASHINGTON, D. C..
DEALEBS IN UNITED STATES BONDS. DI8
TR10T aud other INVESTMENT SECDBIT1BS.
DQMI8TIC and FOREIGN EXCHANGE. je4U
BUSINESS CHANCBS.
\V* WILL GI VE #2.000 OR *'2.600 OA8II FOB A
\T null HOlbE desirably 'ooat^V
YOU*G A MIDDLETON.
> th and F n>>. nw.
FOK BALE-27.000 FEET OK UROUSO. two
squares from Avenue car* Can be bonwht at
noninal jrice. TUOB. E. WAGO AMAH.
anyt 3t 519 Tth st
$1,610 TO LOAN ON IMPROVED PROPERTV.
Apply to
CHAS c. duncan HON,
aug5 3t 9th au<t I) at*.
SPECIAL NOTICE To TAX PAYERS-Anuna'
0 and Special laxes paid at a Urve discount Draw
l>?ck? bcu?ht at hurbrtt rates
aug8-2w? CHAP. f. WOLLARD. 708 D at a w.
UOB BALE CHEAP Kltvi-n room BOUSE, with
A ali modem imiitotemeLtf, on <i at., lietween IHL
and 7th sta s.w. Ai>ply 0. B. PAREEB,
i antrAat* 4H and E eta a w.
\T MIIVATE 8ALE?Two three-story BRICK
HOUSES, Nos. 405 and 407 Massachusetts ave.
c.w.; moat deairable location. Price 94,500. or will
sell *e pat ate. Apply at No 409. engS-St*
IfOB SALE?BUTTER AND EGG BUSINESS'
A lnclodlrg Horse, Wsiron, Ac., for 9150. Parties
ran try the business for one week before dfvidln*
Inquire of F. A. GRANT A 00., corner Sd and East
Cspitol at. augV2t*
RARE CHANCE-fob sale-9100 cash and 93"
,.PjrDi?nth will buy one of those seven-room
HOI 8E8, with all modern improvements. 13ili and
B ata. s.w., one Sqnare from iJursan of Printing and
Engraving. Apply A F. BARKER, llJx li at.
s-w. angft-3t?
He ISE AND LOT WANTKO-Want to eurchase
a comfortable FAMILY PLACE in Waahln*t>o,
or deeuable Suburban House, with from eight to
eleven rooms. modern ixnpro%ements, with from
15,000 to 40.01)0 feet of ground, stable and out
biilldinK*. Address, with full description, location
and lowest price, "A.," Room f.9. Corcoran Build
ing. It*
^TYPE WRITER -EMPLOYMENT wanted i.r an
1 th+rator of four )ears' experience. Addn-"TYPE
WHITER." No. 100* R at. mw. angi nr
v\'anted? a house in the north west-rn part of
?* the city, near car lire, for 93,500 cash
YOUNG A MIDDLETON.
au?4-2t Rib and F streets.
\Ar AN J ED -93,600 for flm years ou a g<**i Farm
"? in Prince George county, Md, Ouat be\ond
1 istrict lire,) at six per cent, interest. Araple eecurity
and no lersonal tax. Address "F. T.." StAr
1 cflS?-e. autr44tt*
l/OR SALE. _
T two NEW l'.rick DWELLINGS,
No. 313 ard 321 13t*> street s.w.; on^third <-aah, Ml
sree in monthly payment*. Also. HOt'SB No. 17*.
14th ft n.w.: same terms. lD<juire No. 317 13th ?t
s.w., jno.henderson, or 1214 Est n.w. a-i ?*>t*
TO LOAN.
1 MONEY ob REAL ESTATE,
Ik Sens TO StTTT,
At C, 7 and 8 per cent
Oti'y 1 per cent commission on all sums over
S1.S0O B. O. ROLTZHaA,
augljg 10th and F ata. n.w.
HOME FOR ?1,250!
I will sell HOUSE No. C00 or 002 23rd at n. w , new
painted brick, Ik feet fro^t, with ball, aix rooms, in
c hding bafh, terraced ground: six to eight s>iuarea
from War, State and Treasury Departments; chariot
line; 91,2-r?0. half time, half cash These House*
aiehivh. dry and airy; have beautiful front and
rear viewaand are but a few minutes distance from
the heart of city.
HABYEY SPALDING.
nnr2-f>t* 1*29 N. Y. avenue. Room 5.
l/"OR SALE-CIGAR STORE STOCK AND FIX
i luiiee? Store well established and dolour trood
cash tiDslneaa Satisfactory ma?ona given for sell
ing. Call on B. W. CLABEE. 1024 9ih st. n.w. al-gf
XT'OR SALE?A FURNISHED OOTTAGE and 50
r acres of LAND, on time, oear Oakland, Garrett
coanty, Md. Apply on the premise* to
? E. A EILBOUKN, or
> JOHN B. LARNEIB,
. _ Attorney-at-law,
' augl-2w? 1806 F at.. Waahlntrton, D. fc.
! TTOR SALE OK EXCHANGE-For Country Prop
i r ty?HOUSE and SruRE in no thwest ae^tloa of
c;ty; house b rorms and mod imps.; l..t 18xk2-i0.
A. A. NICHOLSON, Baal Estate Broker,
Jj 31-f o6t 7th and G st4. n. w.
XA.7 ANTED?
IT DRAWBACKS.
at bightst market bates, bt
george tbtesdell,
Jj2?lm 605 7th st
jpub sale "
PRIVATE SALE.
The proprietor of the Drtv Store on the south
eP\Sx,rS&r3USUl *cclA sta. a e., wishea to dUpose
? GOOD WILL of the above ea
tabluhment. This la an unusually irood opportunity
foj any one wishing to ennpe in the DruK businca-".
there being a good run of custom, and nothing but
the faLiiig health of the Proprietor induces him *o
offer it for sale. Jy31-6t*
JMFOBTANT TO TAX PAYERS.
,jii*1* grir*?al taxes DrE before july 1st
i 18'7, and all Arseesmenta for Si*ecial Improvements,
can be paid at a large dtsconnt. throiuru
. GEO. TRU8DELL.
Jy29-lm 606 7th stresiL
FOR 8 ALE?A nice ten-room BRICK DWELLING
(1013 P at. aw.), well built, and In thorough re
pair, with hot and cold water, gas, latrabes ana
ranve. Will be sold at a low prioe. 1,000 caah; ba
a nee in monthly inatalineLts.
TH08. J. FISHEB A OO.
_FOR.8ALE;, CHEAP-LOT 17x47, with small
FRAME HOLSE, situated on H St., between lOtb
and 11th n.w. THOS. J. FISHEB A 00.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN AND ON EAEY
TERMS?Six-room FRAME HOUSE. 1338 T st. n.w.
Lot 20x130. THOS. J. FISHES A CO
for pale-half square of land on 19th
ftreet, uorth of p street c rde. Will be sold very
cheap to an immediate applicant
THOS. J. FISHEB It 00..
Iy28-tr 1223 F street n. w.
AfONEY TO LOAN OB GOOD BBAL E8TATK
< SECURITY, at 6,7.8. and ? per cent, aooord
ing to the amount wanted.
B. H. WABNEB.
]y22-tr >18 W trel n.w.
e^e^5ealest35?abd1n8ubanot
OJFICE, Bo. 1710 Pennsylvania ave.?House*
tor Sale or Kxchamre, Houses For Bent, and RenU,
CoLected. Farms For Bale or Exchange. Money
to Loan. Give ua a call. J AS. MELDBUM. Jylg-tr
\|ONEY TO LOAN ON PIAN08, ORGANS,
Xvl Diamonds, Jewelry, Ac. Liberal advanees
made and good care Uken of all goods advanced on.
Apply to PHILIP WALLACH, 1417 Pennsylvania
ave. n.w. jyl2 lm
jjowre to loan "
or
watches, diamonds, jewslby, a*
P. WALLACH.
loah bkoxxr ajtd jmuo,
febsa tr 1417 Pennsylvania an.
COAL AND WOOD.
( 'OAJL i C9AL1! COAL,::!
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
We are receiving daily cargoes of the best qnali
ties of COAL, of all kinds and sizes, which we are
offering at low rriors. direct from the veasela. Consumers
will find it to their advantage to early
and leave their orders.
OAK and PINE WOOD In the stick or sawed and
split, at lower prices than ever before offered in this
el'y- t STEPHENSON A BBO-,
)S 9-tr 7th-street wharf.
QOALt COALI COIL!
I am unloading seveMJ oargoes of Kalmia. Lykena
Valley, Lorberry and Wlute Ash
COAL,
which will be sold at bottom pricea
Call early and leave your orders.
L WM. GUINAND.
8V3 La. av. and lit it..
Between B and O ae.
Wharf foot of 3d st. a e. my7-ly
Coajlm wood.
JOHNSON BB01HEB8.
WOOD. Tilxphonic CoNNBcnowa COAL
Full Weight.
COAL. Beet Ouahty. WOOD.
Low Prices.
WOOD. Prompt Deiiveriea on at.
Main office, wharves, mill and depot connected with
up town offices by trlsphoks.
With unequaled facilities and advantages for eoonomically
conducting the wood and ooal trade,
wharves, factory, extensive store yards enabling us
to stock up largely when ooal la lowest ; offices
throughout the city, and all in Immediate communication,
insuring prompt attention to orders, we are
prepared to offer to our patrons the best varieties of
coal at th* very lowest prioes.
Remember, we insure a strictly pore coal, f 2J24J
pounds to the torn
JOHNSON BROTHERS,
Main office, mill and depot, foot of 12th, 13th and
Offices: 1302 F st n.w.; 1112 ?tii st n.w.;
1418 7th st mw.; and 221 Pa. ave.?.?. JylS-tr
IOBK SHOE BTOKJB,
SOS Penmvlvania avenue.
POSITINE CLOSING Ol*T SALE or ?rr\t ^
MER GOODS AT PRIME COST.
THE FOLLOWING ARE ALL FlBST-flS
CLASS GOODS
Ladles' Hand^sewed Newport Ties ? "JO
La diet- I ice Kid Newport Button t.a5
I Jklle^' Rid 3 strap Sandals 100
ljul'es' French Kid Sandal# 1 26
Ladies' )ine Lasting Congnss ^iaiter..... 75
Ladiea' First-class French E id Button Boot ... 3 00
A large lot of Misaes and Children's Slippers and
Ties at less than cost
Gent's Low-quarter Shoes. Solid ?...f L00
Gent's Calf-Sewed Low Shoes. 1.75
G? nt's Fren h Calf Hand-stitched Suoea 3 50
Oeiit's Patent Leather Hard-u a*le Purni* 1.5<t
An extra tire lot of Children's Spring H.el
Button Shoes 1.0o
All our Laating and Foxtd Goods at prims cost.
l>*a 1'kue
jy31-tr GEO mfoabthy.
Heal the sick."-hubbell's vivv
OPATHI0 PANACEA HEALTH BE\EWER
proves tbe beet of all medicinea It really cures
Ot.nsumpt on, and Dyspepsia, and Bronchitis siieedII
v. It punflrs the li:ood, skin and the whtle body
Also, it cures Bowel and (rummer Complaints It is
a spt cific for all irregularittes ot the ?yatem Ha v
Fever cured ea'ily Sold by stott A CROMWELL
A'so at DREW^, SICKLING'S, and MILBURN'S.
Druggists. W. W. HITBBELL. 107 3d
st s.e. 1724.1m
IJOGEBl'a VEGETABLE COUGH SYRUP. A
1> Certain Cure for Whoo. ing Ooutrh, Croup. Aa s
tree from all carcotic poisons. For sal* by all
druggists. Mff2-4t*
BUMMER RESORTS.
^JORDAN'S WHITE tCLPHCR SPRING* . ~
e* IHMt. **. ?* 3 iccb**ter and 1H udlssS .. A
b. E. i-f Btepbeusoii a Depot P. O ,
FRKDER1CE 00 . YA.
j,2s t*>rtl P. C .toriav
rr*RA\ MORE HOUSE, ' ""
A St* End, Lhcola a*s.. Atlantic City. X J
W-i-R* OrSK M*Y 31
Jyl. E2t Ad<!rw? m E. HOOUg
/ ^APON SPRINGS AND BATH8.
vy jai**"*! liwu watihh )
HAMPhHIRK OOUNTT \V V*
Alao Cha!yt<eate Wat.-n. rich in' iron
WhiteSulphur aflM
Open from June 1st to D>-oei&ber n_
equalled by any mlLeral w?u ra iQ ' ? a
for the core of acid dysp?p?ia kidney *n?i
bUdder troubles, uterine'
disease a of the akin, and catarrh affections' TfflS
unfallinw solvent of calculi. Tb*?e w?teni fen
proved of trreat value, in many other 'mum i?
can b? more confident!} relied on In Um a'txvV
named than any other mineral sprlnjra m thin cointry.
I guarantee a cure, if curable b> mine*!
*"*ter*. The I>athe?Lot, cold and shower-ere in.
t nulled anywhere The new and e!<vaut ewlnim'nr
Kin, #o t>jsJ7 feet (the lanrest In the V irvlnia mom.
na), la t?j*clelly attmlire. nr-No safer or t*t- M
Sf.r plsoe f< r ladies and children to learn to nwjsi. {
71,-^1 ? thta etorated tern on la pare and dellaoaa.
froni.uT V*hat & fev#r !+*** part with the r
,, ll u?!'*"" ??*<* the Virginia apnair* <?f
Vi-it . avaraire of a hundred and fifty aitiea.
l on that hoore. For pleasure
?r bt*sltb thetraveler n^ed not iro further H?tJ for
''' ?**- Dire?* or ?-all on W 8 THUMIjuN
w? Jr *trrel' WmL1p{?V? ? c for l^Pbk* "or
Ta. LEU w. C?hS? H ?^.Wt.>r.
Music by Wen.uVe 23d X. Y. Band. JylH-n
J(?CK EAON IPttlftUV, VA.,
eEVEN HOCB8 FROM WASHINGTON.
Round trip thkets, f7.75.
"Ihe BF>T SM MUIR EUOBT for FA*n.ita.
w^1oa130 to 850 per month .?f foor J . . A
The Ccwvke and every other il>mn. T
ment under the w>le mai.:ur<m(:i: of
For pan. i .hieta and all lnforaiatii^ai>nIy'to' *?r
u.'Myjf, A- 8 PRATT k 80S,
*Ot 9th mt.
A TLlffTIC HOTEL.
^ OLE AS CITt. Maryland.
T. .^ an . I^5*8??5 *OTlf OPEKf. Jl HB ao.
, lw*t located Hctei on the bna^L only
from the h-eakera. OrandlndeT Z
lnai'irlnir view of the ocean from tbe
tenai\6 portiooe. Colalue uneurpaaeed
Kcoma Airy and comfortable. Fine b^^l5
mnalc. Bound trlptlokete from Balt<mo??K? ~<t
or rteamer. only ^rd ^r dayJI3A0' ^
? $12.6</. For clrcolara ca.u m Biat
Office, or ad dresa, * DW
& *** JOHN TRACY. Proprietor
M???LtK?LiHvC^<n?art^e Qrmt
7,^, Front fioytl, V a. Thu porulir tuonn- A A
no* Ol en for the reception of
Bend for circular, contaumiir
full partlculara.
JAME8 M. 8TIH8ON. Prop. (
THE BFUR1A HOTEL,
or Aotomn reeort B?nd for circular.
myioan HARBIBOM PHOEBU8, ProrT.
LADIES' GOOD8. '
JjABtiAlHi! BAMtiAiaen "
NETB^^ATHVI^ ^WIRS01 (5,1^^2!*
b\'lkDFO!HB( *^^KI JAPAN^HI andA,
b?*?id AT ARD >]P
LESS THjAN_TQ6T, to mate room for Fall ^
Stock RtJCHINQ, t>hb NECKWEAR nn
THREAD GI^V&.Vl^rrMi.oPd ' WD ***
Particular attention Kiven to order*.
MADAM* M. J. HUNT,
fr28**" Eo. <>l mm* 999 D aCi jxf.
J)Ol?LAMS " "
Kiktb Street, Br. Clocd BriLDCfa.
OORSET8 00R8ET8!! COR8ET8' !!
8IITT Bttler. iNCLmnro J. B. P , C. p . THEBIY,
WARNEBb', F0Y*8, MOODY'S. TrBSEB'8.
1 HoM8oN 'S(varlouPMTadea)AND the Celebrated
"CURATIV* CORSET."
Look at the "CUIRABSE CORSET,n the beat
00R8ET for $1 in the world.
DOUOLA8S.
- ****** 9th mtre^
pATAJL SHAKE HATS*
BE8T GOODS, 60c. each.
CHIP, 81 RAW AND LEGHORN HAT8,^BC%
At lowest prioea, in order to ^i^tt etook.
J. P. PALM KB,
Ivroim,
No. 1197 F M, ?.w.
d/?a B -8pecial **t?ntion triven to Jtfourmi^Or.
|)E1)ICEB PB1CJUL
i HUIT8 and CAPS for lad lea chil- 0ft
Jlren. Trimmea BONNET8. MILLINERY
GOODS, etc.,etc, at Greatly Rrdtteea Price*.^^C%
?07 "-Tnni^h^'1
7 C?t frttiw, farto. "
JAM. H. VEBJQLfjL
Maictiotcbu or
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S nXE^flf
0IO 9CA M., op^auie Patent Office.
.5S5^fi?^aa^5M ? ?
PIANOS AND ORQAKR
gRADBmi PiA*oe~
Q^(rA.y&
w4 ortmer t.of theee STANDARD IN8TBUr*f
0X1 luuid. *nd for 8ALE or_^^^
RENT at the lowest pnoea and on tbe eaai-Eai^fc
eet terma Renta applied to purchaae III Iff
Orders received ftjr^Tunmtr ud Bepairlnjr
Mi. u?* P?jM|???rtaa?<a aawaW,
^7-tr 1C N Char lea atreet. Baltimore.
TBE BTJEFF P1AIVO, ' '
^?^?gae8tiou,i,bl3r. *^"?ved a GENUINE TBIUMPH
over all American and mirr
loreurn competitora at tbe ExpttiUooHH
UnivereeJe. Pam, 1878. and ia rapidly" 1" II
heoomlr*
THE LEADING *AVORITS.
G. I* WILD A ^iiO. ^Sole Ajreota,
016 0?lebrat?? KrZuxch * Bacb
Mid other Firat-claaa Planoa andOnrana. Toniur
BepainnK personally attended to my!7-ly t
ALLET DAVIS & CO'S PLANOS?CraiOBTe
A FPECiALTT-Novelandarhaticatylee.?^^,
low prices, ea?y term*, monthly install-|HB^B
mfcDbs. "The lieat Cpryrbt Piano In the'*V VI*.
world." aay all the artiHtF Oome and aee tb?? >t
811 Jttn st n.w. H L SUMNER. apU-eotr
^ILWAIHEE ~
LAti EJt RBER,
TWO (2) CARLOADS RECEI\*ED TO DAI.
hEND ORDERS TO THE AGENT,
SAM'LC. PALMER,
li l& tr 7 Greene *f.. Geoiyetowm P. a
pOTOXAC TBAHSPOSTATIOO m?k
? STEAMER "BUE."
T Capt W C. Geogbeuak,
Rt^frffv0" f Wharf, foot of 7th atreet.
i ol M)Ai| it 6 i?. hi. for
vmrw4 kf^DWds and BaLti
?V?1 V le#vtB Baltlm<>re?"*BH?
EVER\ FRIDAY, 4 p. m.
FnsiKht and paM?nK"Pa at low rates. ^
^ STEPHENSON A BRO.. Amenta,
Offices ? i th atruet W harf and Pttnnsylvama avenue
and 12th street.
QARBUUENI CAKIIIAUEf I
CARRIAGES! ^
A fine new FRENCH VICTORIA, v ry iurbt and
atyliah. a Lew oatib-tr.iumed OOaCIi m
new and t le?ranL'y finmhed, at less thaniflUftf
coat of maiinfat tnre; four and aix-oaa-j^^3K2
mutttr LANDAULET ROCK A WAYS, aonwhiuv
new. for winter and summer use Docton* pu i"SteSfS,
"ell
RIAGE8 t'f all deecnptiouf. The largest stock I
havp ever had, att?re?lly reduced prioea
duction in , rlcea of Repair W^Sk ^
ilBlV?lS?.f1wB1,IT8' PATENT UMBRELto
the market, auttable for aay style of
i/peu *eLicie. A full line o? the.ui on hand.
New York ' BB1W8TEK & OO , of Brooaoe street.
ANDBKW J. JOYCE,
Jyll lm 41S-414-416 FmtrHxitk U,
(lERTLEMVlV t
An Eletrant JYenrh Calf, Band Sewel, Turned
Edire, Calf Lined, Low Oaartor biiOE, warranted as
rt presented, fer
? ^ S4.no.
Reaaon? Too many on hand.
_ BYRN'8 SHOE STORE.
J>1< tr 14th mmd C'arxaeaa
pLEARINti OCT BALE OF SCMUEB STOOK
V AT SELBY'S.?$L?0 huntmm, 7ftc.. 76c. M
Gent'a Imitation Seersucker Coat, at 40o.: Hi
boya' Jackets, 26c.. C 1.60 Black and Ooloreid^^
Alpaca Coats now CI; f 1.25 Lin?n Pants now76c ; ^
Coats at onehalf; |1.X Boys' Alpaaa Jajksta now
HOc.; Hoys' Broken Suits st one half: St.SO Lsrbt ^
Caaslm^re Pants now 81.60. OA60 Blue Flannel
PanU. OS; Straw Hats at one-half, to close out; |0j.
Undershirts and Drawers, oa and Sic.
J>?Mr 1914-1911 9m. CM

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