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WASHINGTON: WEPWESBAY July ?, 18T9# OB<WBT ?. WOYEg....Edlff. A.veraoe evern Daily Circulation over 17 JtOO?being much larger bona iide, regular and permanent circulation than that of all the other daily papers in the dUy added together. Pbbsons leaving tbx cm may have Thx Stab tout to tbeir addreea by mail, poetatre prepaid, fcr loch period of time as they may desire, at the rate Of lft cent* p?r week, 60 cents per month, 1.76 for three montli, or S3 for dx months. HT The money to pay for the time required must tft all case* accompany the order. Otherwise the paper cannot be aent. A New Industry for the Dintrict* We are well aware that It is not the primary object of an institution like our Reform School for boys, to introduce new industries with a view to add to the manufacturing and commercial importance of the District of Columbia. Nevertheless, it must certainly he very desirable to introduce, thoroughly teach, and carry <m In such an institution Industries which, on the one hand, are least likely seriously to affect Already existing trades in its locality, and, on the other hand will, with a comparatively inexpensive outfit, afford the inmates who become skilled, on leaving the Institution, a vocation calculated readily to supply the means of self-support. If to these two considerations an Industry can be said to offer variety, stimulate taste and efforts at Ingenuity, we have the essentials of what Is needed in the matter of Industries for Institutions of the kind. While several Industries such as indicated present themselves, which might properly be IntroAwed In our Reform School, If the requisite means atd proper Instructors can be secured, we will now confine ourselves to presenting la brief the claims of one wholly neglected In this locality?the manufacture of baskets and all kinds cf analagous plaiting of wood. In the first place, at an institution like the Reform School, with its peculiarly well adapted premises and neighborhood, the cultivation of one or more varieties of the willow, say the Sallx purpurea and Sallx vimlnalis (Linn) would be required and decidedly advisable. This would at once teach boys the cultivation Of oelers, or willow switches, and at the DroDer ? - - mra season their preparation lor the market where they constitute a regular and considerable article of trade. Then the manufacture of baskets In Its Infinite variety from the rudest oyster crate to the finest and most elegant pbieton body should he introduced. The v iriety of designs and opportunity to display daftness of the bands maintains an Interest for thd work surpassed by no other trade. It is a well established fact that, as an industry, embracing articles of dally use is perfected, the demand increases, and no article would seem to be capable cf being applied to more general use than such as can be produced toy the expert wood-plalter. The simple article of crates of all sizes required for the transportation of oysters in the shell, vegetables, f*ult?, fish, fowls, eggs, butter and a variety of other produce so extensively raised all along the shores of the Potomac and Chesapeake bay could very readily be inexpensively and durably made. Then the manufacture of Innumerable Household and fancy articles in the basket line, such as settees, chairs, workstanas, baskets of all kinds and shapes from the departmental waste receptacle to the huge laundry requisite, or from the tiny child's toy to the immense theatrical wardrobe chest, would afford most Interesting and improving work. Let us see what is done elsewhere in this line. The Uttle town of Handschuhshelm, near Heidelberg, receives annually more than $10,000 for the early cherries packed in baskets of its own make, which it exports mainly to England The district of Tamlse, in Flanders, embracing a population of about 10,000 inhabitants, exports annually to Great Britain osiers to the value of over $130,000. In the vicinity of Alx La chapeile about one thousand persons are engaged In the cultivation of the willow and basket making, yielding annually some $250,000. in the Bavarian town of Llchtenfels and its suburbs, which locality stands foremost li .his line of Industry, the value of articles exported will not fall far short of one million dollars annually. The statistics of the United States nowhere show an export of willow ware, but we find that daring the fiscal year ending June 30, ists, osiers pre pared for use bad been Imported to tbe amount of 915,966 and baskets of willow and like manufacture to an amount of $31,445.33, showing that even the raw product is cultivated in insufficient quantity or of Inferior quality, and that the manufactured article is In demand beyond the borne supply, it would aeem self-evident that such an industry taken in hand under proper auspices by those in charge of the institution Indicated must succeed. Not that it could be made a source of considerable revenue to the institution; that should be a matter of secondary concern, the primary object being to Introduce an occupation calculated to be Interesting and Improving to a large number of inmates, and more especially furnish them with a means of self-support. Part of the land lying between the buildings of the Beform School and the Eastern Branch, and also along portions of the shores of the latter, would, owing to Its composite character of mineral and other substances, if properly prepared, seem peculiarly well adapted for tbe cultivation of the better varieties of osiers; experience having proven that simply rich alluvial soil, such as is found along the deltas of large rivers, unless intermixed with other, and properly drained, produces rapid growth, but not the most desirably pliable wood. The work In a willow nursery is healthy, and the subsequent manufacture certainly no less so; while the great variety this industry offers enables every grade of capacity and talent to be suitably employed, without Incurring heavy loss from the spoiling of material, or injury to tools and machinery on account of careless or awk ward handling. We offer these suggestions with a view to promote the success of and interest in an institution entitled to the earnest support and goodwill of every enlightened citizen and legislator. It is foutd that there is nothing in the theory that the mysterious death of John F. Seymour in the grounds of the Episcopal seminary in New York Thursday evening was from a random pistol shot from a window in the seminary building. The choir boy, Paul Stucke, who It VM Rnr>?msp/1 rnlcrht h?vo hmri ilia - n.~ . v^jrww?( 5 ? v uta ? v UIV.U tllV 111 111c way of* a Fourth of July salute. Ua3 been examined and fully exonerated, The police have a clue cow, they say, leading to proof of murder, but their murder clues have proved so worthless In the past, notably in the Hull case, that not much faith will oe glveu to this one. The Albany Aryu?, noting the small proportion of the people of that city who leave It for the summer, says of the stay-at-homes: "They are doing a sensible thing In their own opinion and in that of many others. They have what the boarding-house advertisements used to call -the comforts of a home.' They are used to the rooms they live In. They are certain of the food they get. They have tlie best of antldotes against suffering by beat In the fact of a regular business, with which they are familiar. They have the society of their families, a society which has the advantage of being one in which you can make yourself comfortable at will. They have the benefit of parks and scenery which are not surpassed by any other city or Its size In the country. They have the satisfaction of knowing that they live in the healthiest city in the Union. They enjoy the assurance that they are getting the full use of all their Investments, paying for no houses that are empty, for no servants that are Idle, and for no taxes w*?<-h are not reimbursed by protection.'" All this is exactly and identically true of 'Washington; and the fact that so small a percentage of our people leave the city for the summer, shows that the situation la appreciated. Rockland school fob girls, 8ant,t Si Md ?Will reopen Sept. 15:h. A faU ?our*e of m-truction will be riven. with 'ecture? ou Jlintory Be 1m Lettren and the Natural Science*. For circulars addreee HEN BY O. HALbOWKLL, A- M , pi Lb ct pal. J/'J eo3m Fob hale?j-picial. Ore E!e*ant Set jnd-hand Jnmp 8e i*. very light, ?115. One Second hand Bockaway. toirjrmm, four p* r&ona ?76. ffrvr P'rrmt Pli v'~n nHTjBBi a?, very handsome, H75. One E e Ball-top Park Pfca*ton. very stylia?\ flftS. One XSearaLt Six Paoaen?fer Exwention Ton. coat 8700, $260. At BOB'T H GRAHAM'S. JyWt Fepoeitory 410 to 416 Htk at n.w. XTXW STOVES EXCHANGED FOB OLD IN ONiS STOVES Sold oil instalments. JEM 4 / I OTOIUC TBANSPOBTATIOX LUE STEAMER- "SUE," Capt. W. c oeoohkqan, Leaves Stephenson'! Wharf, loot of 7th street, E\EBY BUN DAY, at 0 p. m, for _ JP? ^ B1VKR LANDINGS and BALTI-fi^ft^^ Y.OBE. R* turning leaves Baltlmore^"?^*** ?\ k BY FBI DAY, Ip.m. Freight and passengers at low rate*. STEPH EN SON ft BBO., Agents, Office*:?7th street Wharf and Pennsylvania avenue and l'ith street. |<OAL: C')ALt! COALIl! " NOW 18 THE TIKE TO BUY. We are receiving daily cargoes of the bent ?inall tiei- of GOAL, of all kinds and sizes, which we are offering at low prices, direct from the vessels. Consumer* will find it to their advantage to call early and leave their or<*ei*. OAK aT>d PINE WOOD in the stick or sawed and irlit, at lower prices than ever before offered in this cry STEPHENSON ft BBO., J) 9-tr 7th-street wharf. J onsUMA STATE LOTT??I. A Splendid Opportunity to Win A Fortune EIGHTH GBAND DI8TBIBUTION, CLASS H, AT NEW ORLEANS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 12th, 1879,?111 tli Honthly- Drawing. Louisiana, State Lottery Company. This institution was regularly incorporated by the Legislature of the State ior Educational and Charitable purposes in 1868 for the term of Twentylive * ears, to which contract the inviolable^faith of the btate is pledged, with a capital of #1.000,000, to which it has since added a reserve fand of 4*350ICO ITS GBAND SINGLE NUMBER Dl!^ TBIEUTION will take place monthly on the second Tuesc ay. It never scale# or irotstpone*. Look at the followirg Distribution: CAPITAL PRIZE, 130.000. 1(0,COO TICKETS AT TWO DOLLAB8 EACH. ' llALIf TICKETS, ONE DOLLAR. IJST OF PRIZES. 1 Cajitsl Prize $30,000 1 Capital Prize 10,000 1 "kpital Prize 6,003 X P? lze-j oi $3,600 6.000 5 Pi iz s of 1.000 6,000 20 Prizes of 500 10,000 100 Prizes of 100 10,000 500 Pnzes of 50 10,000 100 Frizes of 20 10,000 1000 Prizes of 10 10 000 APPROXIMATION PBIZES. 9 Approximation Prizes of $30ii 2,700 9 Approximation Prizes of 200 9 Approximation Pr.zes of 100 909 1867 Prise*, amounting to $110,400 Responsible eorrespouoing au-c-nt.-t wanted at all l rcminent points, to whom a liberal compensation will be paid. Application for rates to clnba should only b9 made to the Home Office in New Orleans. Write, clearly stating full address, for further information, or send orders to h. a, mrphiar, r. u. uox w?js, new uneant, iia.? or game at Wo. 319 Broaihvnj-) Ifew York: or JNO. W. ? L1KH, l.O.I BTcw York av?*., Wathiiitf ton. A U our Gram! Extraordinary Draicinysare under the suj>erri,-<wii atulmanaaenwnt ij/'GENERALS G. T. BEAUREGABD O/k/JdBAL A. EARLY. Jy9-?&s4w BENSON'S OAPCINB POROU8 PLASTER. BEMSOW8 At no time in the history af medlciLe has an article apt eared which has met ?. with gTeatsrapproval and CAPCINE success than Benson's Capcine Plaster. Why they are preferred to all other porous plasters, is POROUS owinjar to their improved composition they act in >tantaneous:y,cure speedTZA8TMX. Physicians and the general public who acknowledge the great benefits ?? derived from the uao of the ordinary poroas plaster, however, ma ntain that ?be<r action is not Manifactibkbs sufficiently prompt, requiring time, patience, AWABDED and cootinnous wear to effect a cure Benson's the only Capcine P.aster over oomes this difflcul.'y by 9IE9AL9 accomplishing in a few hours that which It rakes at any other plaster as many days. CENTENNIAL, Although a recent in187?. venfo*?, Benson's Capcine Porous Planter has been thoroughly tested by physicians, and have been pronounced the most thoroughly effleaat cioos plaster ever devised. A XUIAO Its marvelous influence EIPOfelTION over the circulation, and general effect on the sys1878. tem is almost incredible; from the moment of its application to the affected part, it operates with astonishing vigor ? brings relief and cures more ef<31 YEN FOR RUBBER fectually than any known PL ASTERS. Plaster, Liinimeiit or Compound. i When you desire prompt | relief, ask your Drugtrist for tiensou's Oa peine Plaster. Avoid worthless tla*ten having a similar fob sounding name. Each genuine piaster has the LAME BACK, word Oapcine Bpelled O-AP-O-I-NE. Weak Back. Bheumatism Kidney Diseases, Stubborn and Ne?lected> Coughs and Golds, Female Weakness, and si; Local Aches sndPains.it Bold by all Druggists, is eepecfally recommended. Price, 23 cents, Jt?-w3.1m VT" ATI OH AL 8AFB DEPOSIT COMPANY, i> 16th street and Mew York avenue. Fire. Burglar and Damp Proof Vaults. Safes for rent from $6 to ?0c per annum. Takes Government Bonds on Special Deposit?one dollar per $1,C00 a year. Also, receives Silverware packed in ordinary cized trunks on deposit for moderate charge. Board of Managers?Wm. Stlckuey. president ; George W. Rixgs, vice president; B. P. 8nyder.secretary; A. L fcturtevant, treasurer; Henry A. wfflard. John Oassela. Thomas Evans, myl-tr LUMBER ! LUMBER !! ANOTHER TUMBLE IN PRICES! POPLAR, 1 inch and 5 8, No 2 per 100 ft, $2 00 WHITE PINE SHINGLES, No. 2 .per 100U, SI 75 CLEAR SIDING, X inch (without a knot), per 100 ft $1.00 VIBGIKIA PIKE B0ABD8 i>er 1U0 ft, $1.00 CYPRL&8 SHINGLES, No. 2 per 1000, $4.60 WE ARE SEVER OUT OF THESE! WILLET ft LI B BE Y, CORSES SIXTH AMD H. Y. AVENUE N.W., OPPOSITE KOBTHEBJi LIBEBTY MARKET, my?-tr Wabhikotow. P. q. JOKLN flVLLAJXD'8 PATENT RECORD GOLD FEN, Patented Oct. 2,1873. Is the highest achievement In the manufacture of Void Pens and the result of experiments for more than twenty years. The "BECOBB** Pen is produced by a skillful combination of the two precious and non-corrosive metals; 16 kr. Gold and flatinum, while the ordinary trold penoontaius an aLoy of copper, reducinK Its fineness without yielding that elasticity, density and steel-like temper which the costly Platinum supplies. The * 1*1; COBB" CSold Pen Points are of the best Iridium, (Diamonds.) indestructible with fair treatment, and polished to glass-like smoothness. Btcel pen writers have now every objection to srold fairly ovei come, and every requirement in a Pen whun will endure and not oxidize, squarely met The "BECOBH" 4?old Pen is guaranteed to VQMees Durability, Pernaaency of iprlng ?id Perfection of Point. Price, f 3.BO, sola hy all J?w?iers and Stationers in the United Metes. If pot found order direct from JOHN HOI.I4M) Manufacturer. 19 W. 4th street, Olncinnau. For ^e by JOHN 0. PABKEB. 819 7th street northwest niarl9-lawly-nrm TVfE2?PKLfii!f becohd-hand olothinq.guy*tb?be* wA^^^S^the^MolfcL Fa- ave. calling at'oraddr*Mu#theaboveplaoes! will be 101rnSSL BUUVi'wCUl w WANTS. WAHTED-A white WOMAN to cook at 1232 9th if Btaw.; must have reference. It* TIT"ANTED?A leep.^c able 61UL to do < ner&l Tv houeevork tor naall family. Apply 305 0th Bt n.w, jy9-2t* WfAbTtD?Emplojruent office, 9/6 F ?. n.w., Vr WHITE COLORED HfcLP for city and cool try. Jyfl-Bt* WANTED?A WOMAN to take eutire charm of a " bouse in the country, where there are children. Apply at 1325 9ih Bt. n.w., on Thursday, between 10 ana 2 o'clock. It* X\T AS TED?A white GIRL, Herman preferred, to ? t cook, wub, iron, and do veneral housework for two i>er?ous. Reference required. No. 1111 M&swachutfcttn ave. JyH-2.* WANTED?A email furnished ROOM; qaiec ?" neighborhood, with young widow lady preferred. address immediately, ROtt'T. H. O'J*DALE, City Post Office. jy9-3f WANTED-A gcod BLACKSMITH to po to the it couitry, near Marlborough .Bh^n aua t"K>'sfor rent, or to *ork journey work. JOHN F. WILLKT. Inquiieof R. F. MARTIN, Unieutown, D. 0. Jys?-3t* "IV'aNTID?A Kentlemen going into the country if for the summer would like to have tin n?e of a BOR8E and BDfJOX (or Two-Seated Carriage*, for their keeping. Hoise will have but little exercise, and be well taken care of. Best of references given. Address "Horee," Star office. J?9-St lVf ANTED?By a good operator SKWlNO by the / , we?k. Can brimr Wineler & Wilson machine. Call it No. 725 litii 8t. n.w. jy8-3t* \\ A NT* D?8 ALES LADIKS and GENTLE HENT. ?? D. APPLE TON & CO., Publishers W. ?AT>E, Manager, Rooms 4 and 6, lutelli-er.c r Bhim ing. Washington, D. O. Jy8-lm? \\ ANTED?At No K8 I St. n.w.?A neat indu "? tr.otis WOMAN t j do general housework, cookit k and laundry ing Call immediately, with referbdch Must stay nights. ,iy8-3t* X\T ANTED?By a middle-aged woman a 8ITUATION in small privat? fami'y to do jr^ueral hotBewor*. Beet le^ersnees giveu. Inquire '320 13ih st, between X and O sts. n.w. Jy8-2t* \Vr ANTED?By a respectable colored ma > and i? wiiehlTUA'IIONS; one a* waller, the other as cock, washer and ironer or chambtrmaid; willing to 1< nve thfc city; good reference?. Apply 1136 15th s . nw. jv8-2t* "1 VrANTED?An experienced NURSE. Must come ?? well recommended. Apply between 8 ani 9 o'clock a y. at No 1025 9th st n.w. Jy7-3t* "1ATANTED?A young white WOMAN (German " preferred) to cook, waeh and iron, and do t-oneral housework for a small family. CaII at 714 4th st n.w. Jy7-3t* WANTED-A SITUATION by a respectable White Girl as child's nurse, chambermaid or c'inicjr room Rirl. Can do plain sewin>r. Call or addreas 498 Let., bet. 4% and C.th a w. ,1y7 3t? ~\\7 ANTED?111 a oesiraole locatnn by a ?Mow VY Jady, a small FURNISHED HOUSE of from 6 to 10 rooms. Would make arrangements for boarding family In connection with rent if desired. Address Bfe LIABLE, Star office. Jy7-St* WANTED?A r?8i>ectable colored FAMILY, without small children, to occupy 4 r.wm# free of charge, provided they will tafce care of other rooms in place < f paying rent. The be*t recommendations as to ne >tne88 and honesty requ reJ. Apply at 726 13th ft., from 9 to 10 a.m. Jy7-2 WANTED?An indn&tiious Catholic Bo* or f ? youDK MAN, to work a ad take care of a:,d drive a siinted vourtr Horvc; onss aocustomed to country life pjeferred. Address, by mai?, Kev. T. 8. bIHCH. Barneeville, Mon'gomery county, Md. Jyv-2aw3w* \\r ANTED?SALESMEN to take general State M Atrenriea. Salary und expenses paid. Infertile* required. TRIUMPH MF'Q 00.. 116 Monroe at, Chicago- je33-26t ! UT ANTED?All to keep in mind that $30 will buy fT a 8INGEB. AMERICAN. REMINGTON, HOWE, WIL80N, OSCILLATING 8CHUTTLE, WEED, NSW IMPROVED, with drop leaf, side drawers and all attachments. Renting and repairing a specialty McKENNKY, 437 9th at. n w. mylO-tr \\,r AN TAD?STEAM CARPET CLEANING.-Or>> den left at W. 8. MITCHELL'S Oar pet Warehouse. Market Space. ap22-6m T\TANTED?CARPETS to CLEAN at RICE'S TV steam Beating Works 490 Maine avenue s.w. Orders by moil or left at W. B. Mo*oe, cor. 7th st and Pa. ave., or Messrs. Hooe Bto. & Co., 1338 F et., Oarpet Dealers. ap21-6m T\f ANTED?STEAM CARPET CLEANING; all V V work guaranteed; at CHAOS'S, 616 Louisiana are. mar29-ly WAN TED-FEATHER BEDS to RENO VATS, at TT OHAOS*B, 616 Louisiana avenue an>r811y \JLT ANTED?MOTHS and other insects in rural" tore to exterminate by superheated steam, it CHAOS'S. Upholsterer, 618 La. avenue aug81-ly VAT ANTED?Fine UPHOLSTER! WORE; 19 years ? experience. Goods, Ao., at lowest prioes. A H. CHAOS. 016 Louisiana avenue acgSl- ly LOST AND FOUND. LOST?Sunday, July 6th, a black and yellow etc a CANARY. Two dollars reward will be paid %0 for its return to 911 E st. n.w. Jyi> 2t* LOST-On the 4th inst. POINTER DOG, bver colored and wtite, with collar and t*K Reward 'will be given if brought to 406 E at. n.w. Jy75r f t HjT Ue?n?ily?r T?l? ft4-1* - T>- ""tru* vw4b?wwiuiun/i vui/ UbUi JJ1UWU V U crntaining coupons of District of Oolujibia. detached from bonds, doe An gust 1st. Liberal reward if returned to 133 Franklin atnw It* wlRAY&D OR STOLEN?From the grounds of O in nzaga Col'eg-, Monday eventnsr, 7th r^Jf infant, a brindle COW. Liberal reward, if krjtT returned to cori.er of N. Capitol and I ats. Jy9-2t* LOfeT?On Monday evening, on the road between l*erc?'a Mills ?nd P street bridge, a PLAID SUA^L and SCARLET and WHITE BLANK sT. Kirder will be liberally rewarded by returning the above to Boom 118 Patent Office. It* OST?A handsome black SHEPHERD ^ _ > DOG, wita lotg hair, white noee, JjHT white spot on breast, tips of toes and tail " MiLite. Answers to the name of "Sitka." A handsome reward will b? paid anyone returning him to Db. MaRMION, 1106 F st n w. Jy9-2t REWARD.?Strayed, on Sunday, 6th inst, a V small l'ght red Cow, crnmple J horns and F7S,>J strap around ter neck. Above reward will v^Tr be paid if returned to J. Z. WILLIAMS, No. 1310 3d st. s e. Jy8-3t* LOST?Friday, July 4th, a *m*ll package of INSTRUMENTS, on 14th st, bet Mt. Pleasaut and 1324 Ntw York ave. A suitable reward by returning to above number. Jy.V3t* FORSALE. NUMBER OF FINE PIANOS, some very little UBed, for sale at great bar-fEaRS gains for cash, at 723 7th at. n.w. J>8-12t**H F'OIl SALE-A new 12-stop ORGAN, 2, 8-5 set of reeds, grand knee attachment, for only $80, at 1114 6th 81 n.w. Jy%-Ct* FOR HALE?Black MARE, six year* old, sound and w)ihf>ut fault: HARNESS and fourfeat FAMILY CARRI*GE. KELEttEK S Livery fctable, No. 323 8tU st. n.w. JyT 3t* OR 8ALE-A two-year old EGYPTIAN ARAB STALLION, imported by the owner. /r\ .. Apply by le ter to H H. GORR1NGER, 1326 L b?. n w. JyB-Ct* JfOR SALE. CARRIAGES, PH.ETON8. SIDEBAR BUGGIES. TOP and NO-TOP BUGGIES.^,*-*?, PLaTFoRM and THRsE - SWUNGSWOIeSi WAGONS, d c.,f rom the Factory of Louia Cock, Cincinnati, Ohio. For sale at astonishingly low prices. H'ATES & ROBEY, 038 and 940 Louisiana av?nue, Sole Agents for the city. Auction sales every Tuesday, Thursday and Satore ay, at 10 o'clock. jyfr-lni OilHKB AND CARRIAGES of every do- _ , script'.on and style. Ev?-rythlnar strictly as reprtsented. Tlie undersigned having * V A a < oustant demand for drst-class stock in ihis line, parties about purchapinp or disposing will find it to their advantage to call on or address, WM. F DOWNEY, 1018lithst. n.w. Jell-tr COUNTRY BOARD. A FEW LOARDEKH CAN BE AOCOMMO DATED in a private farni y in the country, in tin- Vadey of Virginia, rear Woodstock. For parti. ulars addi(*ss GEO. MOORE, Willow Grove, Shenantf oah t ounty, Va. J>8 3t* "IJiRSONS DEM RING TO SPEND THE SUM J MER mouths in the mnst peasant part of LouC< un county, Va , can obtain lirat-^las* BOARD at moderate rates by apply-in* to M. J. POTTS. Laes bury, Vu. Jya~eo4t* C ODSTBY BOARD?lUtes moderate, ten minutes' ' ?a'k to depot and four cuurcUts. large shady !u*n Refertnc*: Frank Hums, esq , 464 Pennsylvania uvenoe. Address Mrs. b. DaLEY, Chestnut Hill, Orange, Va. JyS Ot* 1) ETREAT ? Mn*t delightful place for SUMMER JV BOARDERS, between the mountain and river, fine place for fishing and buntinv; mountain water particularly healthy. References Kiven. Address VOLNEY PURSELL, Snickers ville, London n county, Va. je!7-lm* T30ARD ON FARM-NORTH HILL. OLARKE I' COUNTY, Va., via W. & O. R. R .sixmiles from Round Hill. Gentlemen retired frum buaiuess wonld fcave pleasant home all soaso.s. Address Cattleman's Fen y, Clarke county, Va. Send for circular. C. M. CA&TLEMAN. my23-3taw2m_ PROFESSIONAL. KEMOVED.-Dr. BHOWN ba* REMOVED his 1>ENTAL OFFICE to No. 725 14thst,?fe^fe over Mimxn's drug ttore. Nitrous Oxide ad- vJjWR iLmiMwed. Each tooth <1. je'i&lm MRS. FULLER. SO CELEBRATED FOR HER many remarkable cures, and wonderful facility in locating disease without asking a yueetion, can be coLPulted free of charge at 604 10th st n.w. myl2 '.?w* WM. HENRY BROWNE. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Has Removxu to Orricra or Fibst Floob or THX WEBSTER LAW BUILDING, SOS D street. myl 3m* (^ORNS, BUNIONS, WARTS, DISKASSD NAILS. J It la gratifying that Dn SCHULTZ, 903 Pa. aye, (up stairs) may sull be consulted. Painless, scientiflc treatment. Ladles and children attended, apl-ly Dtt. T. M. TALBOTT, Dbktist, Removed to southeast corner 7th ind/ga E streets northwest Teeth inserted t7 per QTBSB set my38-ly DV . hl'HEi Diwtibt, 'Jl'J 7th street northwest, between I and K sts. Beautiful Sets of Teeth, $8; Teeth filled. 91; Extracting *?fS3 without pain. SO oenta. AJI operations war-^J"** ranted. octll-ly THE 1ITTLE PINAFORE SEGAB, All Havana filler, only 3 eta. . ? , GREAT PINAFORE TEAOOMP ANY, *x<M jim \ FOR BENT AND SALS. TFOB BEST OR BALK?Famished or Unfuraehed X1 Ho l b* t*. n^ar depot. Apply to WELUd FOBBES, Fails Church, Va. Jy9- 1* XpOB BEST?HOUSE, N?. 17 low* Circle, corner r Vera, out and lihole Island avenues, eleven room*, with all the modern improvements and flue location. Aprly to 1815 B I. ave. Jy9-3t* XpOB KENT?No. 936 P at. n.w.? ten ro-ma, #36.00: J; Na 811 H at. n.e , ten rooas, *'2?.0O; NoT452 Maine ave. it, seven room*. $18.00. All with mo tru improvements. WHITB h BBO.. 462 Maine avenue. Jy9-3t* FfR hf NT?A wood BUSINESS 8TAND, co nor New Jersey a\e. and F st. n.w. For particular* inquire of P F. OUbICK, ho. 17 F at n w. Jy8-3t* IfuK RENT?Convenient BRICK HOC8E; large KTi nnds; plenty fruit and shade: furnUhed or uniuroi?hed. Apply 12281 at n.e. Reference required Jy83t* FOR RENT-BOUBE No. 1405 8 st. n.w.. all modera improvements, in first rate order, new fence*, Ac. Inquire ?>f l?EO. B. CHITTENDEN. Boom 69. UoTcoran Building " Jy8 3t* I^UR RFNT-feTORK BCX)M, 1607 11th st, n.w.; I tood fixtures for groceries, meats, provision", wood, coal, horse feed, &a; all in readiness. Will rant several Rooms or whole House. Jy8-3i* FOB BENT?Two story FRaME, 438 S st. n.w., *8: 2-story FRAME, 163834at n w., $10; 2 story BRI( K, 4*0 B st aw, #10: 2-rtorv BRICK, 718 3d ! at. n.w., $17.60. WE F. &OLTZMAN, 13*21 F st ii w. jy8-4t* FOR RENT?The following de?irab e HOUSES: B) irk, No 1447 Pierce Place, 7 rs., just repaired, $'i0; Frame, No. 615 Rhode Island ave., 6 rs , newly pajercd. 815; Brick, No. 724 lltb st n.w., after Autratt lfct, $f>0; Brick, No. 1213 11th at n.w., 8 rs., 2ft; Frame Cotture, No. 44 H at. n.e , 6r*..$l5; Brick. No 925 K at n.w., 6 rs., $20. Apply to ALBEBT F. FOX, No. 920 F at n.w. ly8-8t FOR RENT?HOUSE No. 208 D st. n.w ; water and k?s ; street ram pass the door; rent moderate. Apply at No. 1025 9th ft. n.w. Jy7-3t* FOR RENT?cheap?Six roonn BRIUK H'JUSB, in excellent order, No. 125410th st. n.w. Inqulie of D A. CHAMBERS, No 633 Fat. Jy7-3t? I poll RENT?With BOARD, lar^e commuuioa' tnsr RO'?M8, einp.e or eu suiO, furnished or unfurnished; all modern conveniences. Terms very low. 1103 G st. n.w. Jy7-tt* IpOR RENT?FURNISH BD HOUSE 1114 13th ?t. n.w.: delightful location; Ur?e yards back and frott EeLt veiy low. Possession immefaiely ,1y7-2i* FOR RENT-A new BRICK HOUSE, three atory with basement; 9 rooms; also, bath room and cellar, No. 2023 Massachusetts ave. n.w. Apply next door. jy7-3t* FOR RENT?A comfortably furbished GOTTA'JE of ft rooms, on one flojr, until October 1st. Stands hiKh. Cbo:ce neixbbrrhood. Fine views. Two pi?zzas. Bretze on three sines Good cook can be repaired Addm-s U. ?. N., Star office. jy5-fit* fi^OR RENT?Two story and bss meat, press t ri< k lront HOUSE No. 1310 V st n.w., 7 rooa s, bath-room, wa'er-clost ts, hot and cold water, rantf*, iatrobe, etc.; larjre yard, with fruit and shade trees. Rer t $22 per month. Key next door at No 1312. JjftBt XPOR RENT?Six-rcom HOUSE 2421 K st. n.w.; r wat?*r. k*r and bath room. Rent #16. Inquire 2403 Pennsylvania avenue n.w. Jy3-8t* IpOR RENT?Tbrea ROOMS on third and one on 1 second floor, over Markriier's new store, No. 62G E st n.w., one door from 7:h st Apply at the store. ,1y3 9t* OR RENT-HOUBE No. 1521 10th st n.w., 6 rcoms, bath, ^as and water, lar*? front aud rear yards; nice neighborhood. Pr ce $20. Key next i door. Inquire HENRY ISE3IAN, 6t6 Pennsylvania I ave tat-t FOR RENT?HE No. 923 D st. n.w.; 9 rooms. Kas, water. l>ath, and all modern in. provements; thoroughly refitted. $25 month. It. quire at 92s Louisiana avenue. Je28-2w FjR RENT?Delightful ROOMS at moderate rates, with southern, eastern and wes'ern exposure; bathrooms on two floors. Apply 1027 Wr* mont ave.. near McPherson Plana Je27-3w* >R RENT-HOUSE No. 1227 New York ave., 12 room* and modern improvements. Also, House No. 816 fith rt. r. w , 9 roems. Apply to W. O. JOHNSON, 718 13th et n w. Je26-lm FOR R* NT?Three 9 room Brick HOUSES, with all tfce mrdern improvements, No 1515,1617, 1519 12th st Apply to JOHN F. GREEN. No 15% 14th t?t n w. Je26-2w* IT OR RENT?A comfortable HOUSE of 9 rooms A1 and bath room,opj k*ite fth*j'herd BuildiiiR.No. 418 12th st. n.w. Inquire at No 42311th Bt. n.w. Je24-lm FOB RfcNT?Furnished PARLOBS and BEDROOMS and BOOMS furnished for housekeeping, and several email BEDBOOMB. 354 Pennim* yanla avenge. oorner 4% st marll-16m* 1jU>R BENT?No. 816 2d Bt a.e. A dee I* able three1 story UIiIOK, 9 rooms, bath, water, gas, &c. Bent ?30 ier month. lOB BENT?No. 84 lstst, Q oiyetown, D. 0. A new It -room HOUBE. hara woo.1 ftash, and every convt nituce. Price *30 per month. FoB BkNT?Small 6 room HOU8ENo.207 Bridge st, Georgetown, D.G. Price ?lli i>er month. f OB BALE?No 1205 Rhode Island avenne n.w., a handsome RESIDENCE 1 ear the "Iowa Circle ;** hove Just completed; fronts a govt rnment reservation ; thoroughly buiit: and contains every modern improvement. Price $7,0^*0 FOB BALE?No 1010 Massachusetts avenne n w., conta ns 13 rooms and mo; era improvements; fronts a goverurnent reservation; and for location cannct be surpassed. Prica 86,000. THOa J. FISHES ft OO.. Je28-tr ITS* F street n. w. boarding. "DOOMS of every size, with firstrlass TABLE XV BOaBD, at eatremely low rites. 1100 and 1104 lfrh st. n.w. Finest location in the city. Jy7-lm TJOABD1NG?The best of BOARD, with nice airy J) BOOMS. In a private no/thern family, where the cc mforte of home can be enjoyed; the best location in the city. 806 E st n.w. ]eM-3U* npBEMONT HOPSE?The coolest and most deairJ. able Hotel in the cfty for Summer Boarding. Gentleman and wife, $50 to 960 per month; single rooms. 826 to 830, with first class Hotel Board. Table Board, 930. my3-3m BOARDING.?Cool, airy BOOMS, en suite or single, with first-class TABLE BOABD. Also, Transient hoarders accommodated. Beferenoes exchanged. 5124Hh st n.w. and 206 F st n.w. fl-ly personalT A STBOLOGIST AND CLAIRVOYANT?Mrs. Dr. ii ELI IB. 319 Pennsylvania avenne. If yon would know the ti uth, consult the Doctor in all things. Office hours from 8im.to9p.rn. Je7-ly* TOHN PATCH EXAMINES TITLES, reports as to J the responsibility of people, with abstracts of liens on real estate. 50610th st n w., 6 a. m to 10 p.m. Always in before 9 and from 2 to 6. Jll~6m* MADAME BOBS, the reliable Ciairvo/ant and A? troloylat, had bzxovzd to No. 10 9th st s.a, between East Capitol and A sta, Capitol Hill; F it cars stop witbln naif square of house. Fifteen yean in Washnurton city attest the fact that this wonderful lady givee better satisfaction In all affairs of lift than any one in the profession; tells of past life, present and future destiny; gives advice and assistance on all matters appertaining to business, lovt and matrimony. All m tronbls oalL SatixXaction given or no pay. nov27-ly educational. ENNBYLVANIA MILITARY ACADEMY, Chksteb, Pa. (Opens Sept 10th.) Thorough instruction in Civil Engineering, Chemistry, the Classics and English Degrees conferred. For Circulars, apply to Je2-eo3m COL. THEO. HYATT. President. TJABK SEMINARY A will re-oie?i MONDAY. September 15th, 1879. Applications made to Principals, 506 5th street northwest Jyl-3m PRIVATELY OB IN CLASH-LATIN. GREEK. GERMAN, FRENCH, MAI HEMATICS, RHETORIC, LOGIC. Preparation for College. W*et Poiat. Acnapolis. Trarelauont of Ancient and Modern LanKOa>.et>. 8 W. FLYNN, A. M. 1227 L at, a.w. Je27-tr j^UMMEIi SCHOOL OF BUSINESS. From M05DAY, June 23d, th* pleasant halls of Bpencti Ti Business College, corner of 7th and L nt rtfctn n. .. will be open for the summer for sp* cial inrt viilual instruction in Penmanship, BaokkeeoinK and Correspondence. Morning Sessions, 9 to )1: Evening Sessions, 6 to 7. Tuition morning, $6 per month; Evenings, $5 per mouth. Penmanship elone, $5 for twe?ty ltt-wjue. Private instruo ion on t-jfc al terms. Particulars iriven at College office, J*21-tr H. 0. SPENCER, Principal. L'BfcNCli Li-HHONb?Private or In classes; T MLLE. V. I RCD'HOMME has removed to 910 14th at. A gooa pronunciation (Parisian) and the use of practical conversation rapidly acquired by pupils. N.B.?Summer term June SOin. Office hours, 12 m. to 1 p m. Mondays and Thursdays, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m Send for clrcnlar. Jel8-?.r Vf APLEWOOD INSTITUTE, CoMcounviLL* lvL Pa.?Boys, #50 per quarter; Girls, $15. 8tu dents prepared for business, Yale or Harvard. First class proresfcora. Primsry pupils admitted. jfel7-ly J. SHORTIJDGE. A.M., PrindpaL BOOTS AND SHOES. New i ohm shojb store, 60S Pennsylvania avenue. HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM A BANKRUPT SALE IN NEW YORK, AN IMMENSE STOCK OF LADIE8' NEW fBl PORT Tl^S^SANDEUJ AND f|(J ALSO, A LARGE LOT OF GENTS' LOW QUARTER AND SEABONABPE SHOES. THEBE GOODS WILL BJC BOLD 25 PER CENT. LOWER l HAN THE SAME QUALITY WERE EVER OFFERED FOR IN THI8 CITY. LOOK AT THE PRICES: Ladle** Newport Tie* 75 Ladies1 Hand-sewed Newport Ties?8 LOO to 82.00 Ladies 3 or 3 strap Bandals ?1.00 to #1 75 Ladies House Slippers SO t hilareii's Heelea Newports 25c. to 81.20 Gent's Solid Low-quartered Shoes 8L0u Gent's Calf Low-quartered Shoes $1.90 to $4 00 Gent's Calf Congress $1.00 to 85.00 A large stock of Misses and Children's Shoes cheap. One Pbioe. Evekythino Waiibanted. je26-tr GEO. MCCARTHY. 2:15 SBICISOll, JR., 2:15 A Grand StalliOD, 17 hands, by Erlowon (3:26), by Msmbrino, Chief; dam by Kavansu^h's?jk Grey Eagle, sire of dam of Grafton (2:15>;i|8A 1Ijd OTHELLO! by Phil. Sheridan (2.26). dam by Bentoas Planet, GHEEN & OSBORN'S. elQ-lm 097 G , Waahlagton. D. 0. rjIRE CELLULOID TRUSS AND SUPPORTERS That never rusts, never breaks, never wean out, always dean, and can be worn while bathing, is for sate at CHAS. FISHER'S, 633 Tth street n.w. Mrs. Fisher dsvotes her atta&tipn to the wants of fOj patron#. floeU-ly FOB BENT AND SAUL J^*AL E8TAT* BUUAXXX THOS. TL WAGGAMAN. 119 Seventh street (Changee made Wednesdays and Saturdays.) Three-Btory Houses For Bale. Firk Hotel. 7th et road. mod. imps ttSUXX) 721?'723?72515thatn.tr.. mod. Imps.......... 90.000 \ 625?627 10th st. n.e. mod. imp*., 7 rs 2.000 496 0 et. S.W., mod. imps, 8 re 2,000 ! 347 3d st aw., 6 re 1,500 931 26th st n.w., 6 re 1,600 Tuo-Story Brick and Frame Houses For Sale. 1827,1828,182912th it n.w.,m. i., 6 ra. ?2,700 < 1620 17th at. n.w., f.h.. mod. imps., 6 rs 2.600 < 1826 lltta st. n.w.. b. h., mod. imps, 6 ra 2,500 i 21 to 29 Myrtle st. n.*., b.n., mod. imps, 7 rs.. 2,500 426 New York ave., f.h., nod. imps., 7 rs 2,500 62V H st n.e., f.h.. 6 rs. 2.3U0 Unimproved Property For Sale. Est ,btt 21st and22dsts. n.w., per ft......... .20 i K st ,bet- and6th ets. s.w., per ft 20 j B st, bet 10th and llth sts. s.f.. per ft .20 26th st, b&t I ana K n.w.. per ft...... 20 i K st, bet. 19th and 20th n. w , i er ft .18 | U at. bot. DeL ave. and 2d s.w. 15 | Houses for Rent. 220 A st R.8., moa imps., 10 rs $46 00 224 3d st. s.e., mod. imps , lj rs 40 00 , 343 Pa. ave., npi>er flojisjaod-imps.. 11 rs 40.00 . 1460 Corcoran st. mod. imps , 10 rs 30.0() 1738 F pt ii.w., mod. imps., 12 *s. 3100 i 1008 26th st. n.w., mod. lmi>s., 9 rs 30.u; < 1205 11th st n.w.,mo<L imp*..7 rs..30.00 1 222 8d st s.e., mod. imps.. 12 rs 30.00 409 N. J. ave., mod. Imon, 12 rs 27.<X) 327-311 Hd. ave. s.w., mod. imps , 7 rs 2 > 03 1105 N st n.w., mod. imps , 6 rs 20.00 1924 12th tt n.w., mod. Imps., 9 rs. lii.tO 740 8th *t. n w.. mod imps., 5 rs 16.00 1787 ? st n.w..mod. imps , e rs 12 00 224 431 St. s.w., mod. imps., 6 rs..... 12.00 1224 10thSt. nw 6rs 12 00 832 23d st n-W..7rs... 11.00 1 AO 1U4V ? ** ^ X iD iOUl Bk U.K., ? Ill'*' lW/9fitb fct n.w., 4 ra lO.Od 1218 N. Jersey ave., 6 rs 1000 55 Virginia a*K 8 w., 7 rs 10 'h 111* F gt n w.. 2 is 10 00 2210 Mst, u.w.irs 10.0(. 1412 3d fct. ri w , 6 rs 10 00 Office*. 617 7th 8*., 2 offiow, 519 7 th et. 2 rs $ 11.67 *17 7th St., No. 5,3d floor.- 15.00 517 7tb st, >o. 7 15 0 719 Market Bp**? Boom 6 6.00 Rooru 9V 4 00 Corner 10th and Penn. ave., Veruon Row? Room 7.. 18.00 Room 6.. 15IXJ lioom 10.. 12 Oil Room 11.. 12.0C The above la only a small part of the uronertv (or rent and sale on my bocks. For complete list tee bulletin issued on the let and 16th of each month which can be had on application at my offloe, or wlli i Le sent by mail if desired. wan*. 9 4,000, $3,000, 9^,SOU, 91,600, $800, $700, $600 at 7 per ct.; &2.00u at 0 y er ct. jy'? tr JpOU BENT. K O. HOLTZMAN, 10th and 9 streets northwest Double bouse, M st. .9125 9217th st n.w $3f 45H O st. n.ft., fur .... 123 924 7th st. n.w 3f< 108 C st. n.w.. 100 92* 7tn st n.w 3.' 603 Fft. n.w 10U 927 7?i st. n.w. 1320 Penn. ave. n.w.. ..100 1107 Penn. ave., floe bn ?; 1425 N. Y. ave., store,.. .75 n??H room 3f 1427 A. Y.ave.,store,...75 120G N st. n.w 35 J421N. Y. ave.,store,.. .75 1233 12th st n.w 37V J3?70orcr,nst1fur.,...7a 1107Penn. ave , flnebusi 9177thst n.w.,store,..65 ness ro^m 3?i 9197?h Pt.n w.,store,..ft5 1250 9th si. n.w V 9217tb rt.nw .btore,. .65 730 H st. n.e....*,? 2."> 923 7th st. n.w., stre,. .85 10 Qrant fit ,.50 925 7th st. n.w., s'ore.. 65 2112 Penn. ave., fur.,. .5* 629 13th st tt.w 40 2112 P*. are., un fur.,.30 j 1412Nst. n.w .....60 1600 7th. store 2/> lilt M 8t n.w..........55 60iJ Sthst. s.w >....16 780 B st n.e. 50 1448 8th st n w. lr Scorns at 1107 Penn. ave.. 2228 lJfj at n.w 1" over Gilt Bro& Co 60 ft9B?t n.w .In 12o Md. ave s.w. 40 616 11th st n.w... 10 122 Md. b.w. 40 1829 Pa. av. n.w., store. I1 1239 12th st n.w 40 612 Pa.av.n-w ,ktore 8J.S.S J419N.Y.ave,store, .40 67Myrtleat 16 1419N. Y. ave.,store,. .35 1328 New York ave. ..12*. 917 7th Bt n.w 35 414 1st n.w !> 91' 7th st n.w 35 Offloe rooms at 1419,1421. 919 7th st n.w 35 1423 Penn. ave. n.w. Honsea and Lots in every section of the city fo; sale, at prices from $1,000 to $50,000, and on eaej te'ms. All property for sale at my offloe hM beereduced in price. R 0. HOLTZl?AK. JlS-tr 10th and F sta. n.w. EA. McINTIBE. Bkal Estate Bbokkr, No. 918 r street, opi osite Uaaomc Temple. For Rent. 25ax.dPa.av.,fuT.$166*S 7 and Boundary, ...$23 116 Project st.Geo't-lxS 8UHn.e...... 2c. Mcfienson Square.. .125 Btoreftdwelling 8 ft B. .25 13 ttd F,fur 150 Store A dwal, 623 10...2C Fur. house, Qeotown 100 1418 N. Jersey ave 18 13 st near F... 100 2208 13 n.w is lttti IVY. ave,for....100 11044 tl n.e 16 2dandAhO.,fur......lOO 1528 12th n.w 16 G, l e*r 13, fur 100 Nos. 716 & 7C8 B L ave. 16 732 21st n.w.t 83K 2507 KILW ... .16 e, n?ar 4*. fur 76 2230 13th n.w 15 Om t Place, fur 75 827 K. J. ave 15 N. Damp. am, fur... .76 lltb and Pa. ave. s.e.. .15 472 O n.w 76 110 7th at n. e 15 Q, fear 14th, fur 60 Oonn. ave. and 8 15 326 0 ?t. n.w............60 307 H n.e....,.......12M 426 11th u.w 60 317 Hue. lft 478 Pa. ave n.w 60 1411 Pd, above 0 13 603 Hzlw 40 81018th St n.w 1:) Store, dwel,6&Kn.w..36 1413 3datn.w 13 12 and 1108 B n?e............ 12V 402 N. J. ave. 8.e 35 1117 Park Place... 12 1426 8 n.w... 80 829 13th ue..... lo 180 Washington, Q'n. .80 2140 9th n.w. ......9 1427 Bow 30 7thandDnw 8 7th at Koad. fur 30 Shop near 7th and G b Store&dw,BUN.Gap,18 Store,606 10thn.w 8 237 Bridge ct.. 26 1213 Ine 8 8tore, 2153 Pa. ave.....25 8 and 16 Liberty at 8 f?tor*. 6tb and B 25 Aleo offices*. s:ores.8hope, I 180V T ft u.w 25 h tables suburban house?. For Sale. Desirable Houses and Lota, In all sections of the city, at lowest rates and easy terms. Money to loan.?%6,000 at 6 per cent; 93.090 at 7 p?r cent; $200, 8300. 8500, $800, $1,000, $1,200. fewo. 1 ?S.000 ?t 8 Mr M.t ^ MonmB1. F?E KEHI~ B. H. WABHKB, 916 F street northwest Edgewood, D.O., country 802 H st. n w......... .25 seal, furnished 2(H) 106 4th st. s.e 25 B.W. cor. 17 W n.w. .166X 1108 S at n.w 8(! 708 11th st n.w 100 1644 Columbia st......20 1444 Mac n.w.........60 14thandTeon.av. xls.80 8016 Gst n.w.H 60 638 N. Oar, ave. a.e....2w 484 Pa. ave. n.w.~...6o 1846 7th Hav.MM.JU 603 F st n.w..... 60 8701 K ft n.w..... 80 641 EastOapltolst 60 1818 Tit n.w..?......S0 2022 I st zlw 46 728 8th St n.s 1? 1314 12th st ilw..m...40 1241 9th at n-w 18 lvll 1 st n.w 40 1413 6th st n.w.^....l? 1108 6th ft. XLW 40 182313th st n.W....... 16 68 1st n.W... 60 2324 G st n.w 16 120 E St XLW.. 46 1906-8 16th st n.w...l5 1408 Pa. av. n.w. store.40 We*tst., Georgetown.. 16 lOOO 6th at n-w ?0 780 N J. ave, n.w 16 H20Nstn.w 38 1729Tst.!nw 16 1426 N st n.w 38 619 9tbstne 16 906 N. J. ave. M 36 Btore.1814 ? st n.w. .16 1534 9th at n w 36 1718T st n.w.......... 16 220 3d st. s. e... i>0 313 H st n.e 16 1626 Q st n w 27.50 1820 16th st n. W 13 1132 Tih fct. n.w 30 928 G st s e 12 114 0 st n.e 80 63 Defreesst 12 1916 8th et n.w 27.50 DeL ave. and K n.e....lu 1924 9th st n.w....27.60 1721 B st n.W 10 438Pstn.W 80 810 4?h st n.e K 816 8d st. S.S............80 2069 7th st n.W 8 8 I st n.w 25 Tbe Beal Estate Review, published at my office on the 20th of each month, contains a complete list of all the houses I have for rent, together with reports concerning the oondltion of the real estate market throrgfcont the noun try. Call and get a oooy. tr J^EAL ESTATE BULLETIN. JOHN 8HEBMAN & 00.. ! St Olond Building. FOB BINT. 61418th Bin.W., 13 ra., 2234 13th St H.W., 6 rtf 18 lur $100 1414 24th at n. w IB Cor ll&Gn.w,12rs..75 115Estn.w 18 lis G st. n e., 9 rs., fur.65 911 9th st n.e 12 116 O Rt. n.e., 16 rs 40 1931 8th st n.w , 5 rs. .12 1221 lOthstn.w.,12 rs.40 Near Howard Univer430 K Bt n.w., 9 rs 30 sity 12 1 173313th fct n.w. 8 rs..25 1933 8th at n.w., store. 10 2139 Est. n.w.,8 rs?25 4421stst.s.w 10 i 1C02 7th st ii-w., store 5 Weet at., Goo town. ..10 and dwelling 25 7 Covington st n.w 8 | 1542 Columbia st n.w., 9 Covington st n.w 8 9 rs 20 10 Covington st ii.w 8 642 ?I^t 8.W., 7 rs 18 922 DeL ave. n.e 6 2236 13th st n.w . 6 ri.18 A list of property "for rent and Rale," Issued from the office monthly. Persons Interested will do well , to call for one. We make no charge for advertising. I We make no charge for care of property, and with t partita having large properties or a number of < smaller ones we will make special rates for collect- , irg. Careful attention will be given to all business . placed in our hands. Some desirable improved in oj>erties at fmm ?1,500 to $6,000, in exchange for | unimproved lota. ' $10,000 to loan in sums of $2,090 and upwards, at 1 7 i*r c<.ut interest. Jel8-tr JOHN 8HEBMAN & OO. IjlHOMAfl J. MYEBS, Seal Estate Arent^ FOB BENT. 151912th street, 9 roon.s. 1712 De Sales st, 11 ra. 1517 12th Btreet n.w., 9 rs. 914 lata n.w., 10 ra. ( FOE 8 ALE. i 39 H st n.w., water and gap. 1 1017 9th st n.w., 14,000 ft ground. . 910 22d at n.w., 7 ran., lot 21 ft front < 1604,1610,1512 8 st n.w, , 451 H tt n w.,lot 30x100. , 1320 14thst n.w., 12ra, mod. imps., lot 26x130, sta- 1 ble in rear on alley, in complete order, will be sold Lofs in all parts of the city. jeS-tr j yOB BENT. j 124 East Capitol st, briok, 12 rooms, mod. impa. .$60 < 320 8th Bt, brick house h store, 12 ra., mod. imps.80 I 2 new Brick Houses, 7 rooms, mod. imps., each.. .If < 1741B at, brick, 8 rooms, gaa and water...........13 Office Booms, 706 8t.M....?.MN...UM4U to 20 I FOB 8 ALE. Several Tory cheap PBOPEBTIE8 In elegant Iocs- . dona, prices ranging from $690 to $10,000: small i oash payments?the balance monthly, or to suit 1 customers, at low rate interest Also, a great many fine LOTS in all sections of ths city, with special induoements to builders. wTs. BUBFOBD, Baal EataU Broker, ap34r 708 E at j CAVE TIME, TROUBLE AND PATIENCE, i O by using i PARKER'S ENGROSSING PEN, ? for they stand without a rival in the mark*, aahun- 1 dzeda can testify. Fob EUu Ohlt Bt yqtlf i i ^ .. Tl bttbgrsaa ohanotb. fcN'.COO, 940,0(0 TO LOAN At MIX PCB CBNT , No. ntl MetBank ITld'g. Jrv?^t f?fl^tl^^wd^n^kotLOBP. with Fixtures complete. fonuorly occupied by Miller ft Mills, corthwtst ooroer Gay and Front Bta. Apply it once at 70 K. Pratt it, Ba:timorjj, Md PR-This is a dance rarely metwiih. ly?->t u4KATOMT k MEDIAN*." - Wanted a A YOUNG MAN with tS.OM capital. aud acquah ted with the at-ore-named profiosioa. to wita* e in a profitable business in New York city. already established and rem red by tatter* patent Address ANATOMY a MKDIClNlt, Btar offl J?9-3f FOB HALE.?Harm* determined to discontinue business tn Waterford, I d?wir? to sell at privs** sal* my BOUSE and ia >T. The H >u.-e ia of bri? k; Lot oontans ten acres, in hijrh state of cultivation. ?e'l s'ocked with fruit, ana has on it two shops suitable for coach factory. Address B. K IjCHOOLIY, Waterford, Loudoun Coun'y, Virginia. Jy9-2t' FOB SALK-An Aasatetir PRINTING OFFICE, complete, o stlmr (30U. New Trps and every Lhirir in vikd condition. Inquire at No. 4 F at. n.w. r?r No 8(3 10th st. n.w. of J. P. KIMMBLL iyK-T Q?1,WW to il.200 91.600 and ?2.0"0 TO LOAN on ample real estate recunty, at 7 por ceut Also larpe and small sums to suit W. F. HOLTZMAN. Attorney, jys-4t i?ai f st. n.w. VOB BAL??Stock of TO VN s? < 1 FAN MY NO" T 11ON Gf ODS. cheap, at 1528 6th st. n w. FIX TI iCEb for sale. Inquire at42i 7th ?t n w. Jy7-?t L'OB BALE?Oiit- set of FAIBaANKb' OOAL r RiUl.F.B. in trood order. Also, a beautiful IsriLDlNO location cor. H and 17th sts. * w. Ap ply lOHft WILSON, 804 17th st Jy7 3f 1)APTVRB OB MILK DAlBV FAKM FOKBALK I OB RENT.?Twentv acr** well set in irrass. an J a stream ox water rut ninir throuirb. To a r*-f>j>or>*'b'.e uiant rent reasonable. Apply to DAVID MOOi- E, Glenwood avemw. Jj 74k* l/OB BaLE?A new H-room DWELLING on lith 1? itrott, near Iowa Oircie, Presr Brick fion?. B*y Window, modern improvements. Price 42,5 0. or e-filth cash, balance to suit pu'c'iasT. Ben for *!M 0. J G. HEhTEK. 61# 7th siree*. Jj-7-tr Yy anted. Florida R. B. BONDS. Kansas ard Nebraska R. R BONDB. Chicago >nd Eastern Illinois R R. BONDS a ad BTCCK And all other DEFAULTED SEnCBITIBH FRITZ LIWIS. 57 2d street. Ba t m jrr, Md. ReferenceJohn B Norris. I'res Firht National Bank . Robeit Mick e,Cashier National Ueion Bink, Baltimore. Jy7-eoJw /f.SlWi ? VTi AT/i/i rri ? ?/*? a* ? - W-UUV, VUW AaI XJ CIW IV Oil re^l 6W6. O GEO TRCESDELL. Jy5-6t 605 7th s?. U*OB SALE?Fifty Shares Washington Uuisif r STOCK. Address Jy5-6t* BTQ3K, SUr Offl-e. rro loan. A MONET ON REAL ESTATE. IH SCMB TO SriT, At 6, 7, and 8 per cant S. 0. HOLTZMAN, Jy-tr 10th and F rts. n.w. IT ?. BONDS; fcTATE, DISTEICT J And oth' r INVESTMENT fcTooKH AND BONDS B0UG3T AND SOLD. First-cla's invert ruent? paying qo~<1 rat* of in ter'*t, FOB SALE aud immediate delircry. WiU r? c*iv?* U. 8 CALTiED BOSDS and D. O. QUAB TEBLY cTOCK at fuil rales In exchange. Will buy and Eell DRAWBACK CERTIFICATE* and pay TAXEfi at r?k? ico?t favorable to easterners. A limited amount of METROPOLITAN RAIL RC AD fclOCK wanted. H. E. OFFLEY, ly6-2w Metropolitan Bmi jhniiing. [ JFbT LOOE?Foa Salb-HRICK HOUSE, H rocnss end bath, all modes n Imps , nearly new pw ?en brick front, on H tt, we*t eni: only ?2.5<in Also, CRM*0 TO IX)AN in itms to suit JAMES MiLDhUM 1710 Pennsylvania avenue. Jy'2-tr T7?OR SALE?Ob Exchange fob City Pboperty? -T tine DAIRY farm, 116 acr?s, well watoied dairy bonne, barn, comfortable dwe ling with mod era improvements; r< una orchard and >rrowit.?r cropa: 6 miles from city ; Kno* lea's Jut-et'on, Mtropolitan R R.; 9 trails pa?? aaily; school an l < turchfs near by. Price, tfi.OCO?ea?y term*. Apply at rlace, or 1136 7th st n.w. jyl-llr* TO LOAN-MONET in sums from 8500 <o $1,000. 1 on jrood real nstate security. Inqni'e of FRANK T. BROWNING, Columbia Law BoUdina. 5t, at Je3il2t a RARE CHANCE?Fob Balk?One of the bent A located WoOD and COAL YARDS,with or witb cnt fctock. Owner bavins two, will depose of one of tbem. Apply 812 6tb at. n.w. Je21-8w* FOR SALE?A FARM if about 60 acres, rood dwelling, and all the necessary outbuildm?* finit atd shade trees, good water One of the moot delightful plaoea around Washington. Terms easy. Address FARM. Star office. Jel7-lm ^yjOKEI TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE (10,000, 96,000, at 6 per cent interest AJso, eeveral large sums at 7 per oent, and smaller sums at? and 9 i?r oent B. H. WARNER. Jel^te 16 V street n.w. J^OKEY TO LOAN om WATCHES. DIAMOND8. JEWELRY, to p. WALLACH. Lour Bbokxb aits Irnxn, feb23 tr 1417 PennaylvenlA tn HOUSEFURNISHING8. pLAT?D 1ICKPITCH?Ji?. ~ ICE CREAM FREEZERS, ICE CREAM SETS, 13 plea*. fsjoF PATENT FLY FANS, EDDY REFRIGERATORS, FRENCH AND ENGLISH DINNER SETS. IL W. BE VERIDGE, (Late Webb * BeveridgaJ 3e34*r 1QQ9 ffc ?. JUST BJECJEIYED? 100 NEW PATTEBN8 or DECOR JLTBD CHAMBER BETS, AT THE LOWEST PRICES, A* 8CH AEFEB'8 Ohdta and Glass 8tore, Jel6-tr 1016 BevmtM street n.w. U E WILL BALL bLATE MANTELS CHEAPER t T than any Northern Manufacturer, and oar cufitomc rs have the larve?t line of style* <5a to select from. We bare kept oar fall force ?g cf mechanics at work all through the winter, and now hare 760 Mantels In stock. E* GLISH TILE for hearths, vestibules and decorative work. Sole Agency of the Celebrated EMPIRE HEAT ING RANGE. The feURTIS HOT BLAST FURNACE la decidedly the beet furnace *e Lave ever used, HAYWA&D * HTTTOH1NSOII. PncMBXva, ko., 317 ft, e,ts,f Je7-tr Washington, D. 0, QAI COOKINU STOVES. The Washington Gas Li^ht Company have, at their office on loth street, an assortment of the SUN DIAL GAS OOOKING STOVES, in various sizes ar.d ] atterns. This is the Store used by Miss Dods In her lectures on cookery. M Call >nd examine them. myao-tr COAL AND WOOD. 0OAL AJW WOODi I have for sale a larpe quantity and every variety yi Red Ach, White Ash. Lorberry, And Lykens Valley OCaLS. Also, Kindling and Stove WOOD, at the rery loweat rat*a G. L. SHERIFF. Ill* and Q8 Pa. av. Depot and Mill foot of 6th st myTT-am ( QOALt COAL! COAL! | i am umoaaing Severn cargoes or k Lykent I Valley, Lorberry tod Wliito Ash COAL, irhich will be void at bottom prioea. t Call early and leave your order*. L. WM. GUIHAND, 63/3 La. av. and lit mt.. Between Band 0 aa. Whsrf foot of 3d t ae. my7-ly MOAIM WOVU. U JOHNSON BROTHERS. ffOOD. Teuphonic CossacTiowa. OOiL Full Weurbt. X)AL. ^wSSSJa." WOOD. t WOOD. Prompt DeUverles. GOAL Wain office, wharves, mill and depot connected witfc ' np-town office* by Tklephokb. With unequaled facilitiee and advantage* for eoo comically conducting the wood and ooal tra<te. wharves, factory, extensive store yards enablio* us 0 slock up largely when ooal is lowest; offices hrcughout the city, and all tn commaui?ticn, insuring prompt attention to orders, we are irersred to offer to our patrons the boat varieties ol , >oaIat th* very lowest prices. " Remember, we insure a strictly pure ooal, f X24C >ounds to th^rn. BROTHERS. Main office, mill and depot, foot of 12tU l^th and f sta aw. Offices: 1203 F ?t n w.; 1113 9th st n.w.; .418 7th st n.w.; and 231 Pa. ava. ae. lylS-tr BANKERS. i 2APBTY FIB8T. 8UOCESS 8BOOND.-SS to 5 MOW invested in Ind.cious stock operations inder this role secures short contracts, prompt My- ] 1 ent*, snd large profits. Our paper, " The Ope- , tor," giving all t*>e information, s?nt free on appli- ! *tion to D. P. HERRIOK * CO., Bankers and 3 irokOT, 48 New st. Mew York. JeXeotJjrP a MBMBILH OP THB STOCK lOHAMOB Wtl BL execute orders for tha purchase or aelaefTHooks Jonds and GoM on moderate margins Oommls JiMMK. DRY GOODS. ^klliku orr i lELbwa orr i 40.000 I>OULAR8 Id MMMMt and deairal>le DBY GOOD?, at a hMff redaction on prevton* rataa, and frotu 40 to Kg per cant, tan than preeenfcvaloea Sothiiur tceerved. No attention paid to the bw ry advance in vahiea within the laat 80 daya. QBENADINB8. 8ILR8,. 8ATIN8. DRA81 (XHJD8, AI.L KINDS. HOCSEKBEl'INO FABSIC8, DOMB8TIO and FANCY kOTlOKS, Ail at marked down ratea. W M. BROWI, J?8 * 917 Mar** Bpam. ?. MUBLIN ON THE RISK. NotwitbatandlnK our price llat for BBIBT8 IMIHI? tie a*me. The very fine* Bhtrta, made to order, for fTCO Btx Bn?>ertor Blurt*, made to order, for..., 9 08 Biz Elegant Wamantta KMrte, anA aiOO-Linen Bosom#. made to order, for tJO The Celebrated Ball Shirt, Wamantta Mualin, aid extra fine Linen Boacoaa, fiuiahed except tmtion hole*. only ft fhe Celebrated Capitol Shirt, Fruit of the Loom Mnai'.B, and fine Linen Boeoma, only 8B On?- price only; Money refanVd wh?n rooda are not aaUafactory. At ?OWABO Y GINN'ft 111* Fit a.v., Waahics-ton D )y7 tr WanHiyuTQK Bhtrt Fac-roar. J OB LABVEtT STOCK OF BEAUTIFUL LAWNS IB THI8 CITY. FIVE BlUDBED PIECES (SOO), ' U8T HECKI VtD CARTER'S, 711 Market BSATTXIFUL FIGURED FHENCH LAWNS, lily 26. BEAUTIFUL FIGURED LINES LAWN8. If, 16.18,20. 26 BEAUTIFUL FIGURED AMERICAN LAWKS, 8. 10. IX Every style, evtry paferr, even ^ind of Li?iu made. Immense, im-nenwe. Immense urorimeutot ttaAUTlFUL IAWNH. five huadr?sd (Ml) pitas, ?i; new and Uautfui Lawns. The irw d dct nl.'e artice for Ladi^a' Wbttl Drtsses, "INDIA LISAN," ouly 26. SLACK and COLOBVD SILKS, very cheap. PURE SILK AND WOOL BLACK GRENADINE J at a< truU owl SEW PARASOLS AT LE38 1 HAS COST. CARTER'S, 3ya.tr T*t r?rM gtww. DRAWERS ?DrilMiw Draw-era ouly 60 oe?.ta. Donbie s? ated Drillm* Drawers ouly 60 oanla. Job Lot Gauzo that*, 3 for 81. Turt c j>ein d lot F?i.cy Half Hone 26 oenta. Fine Linen Handlerchiefa. 3 for tO oe> t?. Bordt red i.inen Handkerchief, 26 cents; worth <0 cents. Bordered Handkerchief*. 3 for 85 cents. Men's fci'k 'I ie*. 26 cents. worth W? cetuta. Mi u'k Siik So ?i fs, 6'J <euta; ?orth C1 26. Six t-hirts to order for $6, fit warranted. Six Skirtato order for *7.50, ready to wear, at THOMPSON'S Shibt Facronr, )e2fttr 916 Wat, n w.. oppoatta Patent OfBaa. gBIBTi: SHIHTt: BHOnai CHEAPEST SHIRTS IN THE WORLD. Prpt Wam'ntta Unfinished Shirta 75 eta. Iknt *F. of the L" Unfluialed Shirta 80 eta. Beet Boya' Unfinished Shirta SO eta. Beet Wameutta Finished Shirta B0 eta. Best F of the L." Finished Shirta 7ft Ota. Ikrt Boys' Finished Shirta... .64 ota. Choice &?wortment of waahab'e Tiea and Soarfa. The "G" Scarf for the Seaside, only 60 ota The beot Dreaa Shirta male to order, la moat el* (rant manner, for ct warranted. At THOMPSON'S Shxbt Faoron*. }e28-tr 816 F at. aa.ae.. opp. Patent Q88ea. g I Is H . ^ For a few day* mora weehai: cottuju* Id mD our SILKS AT THE OLD SATZa. A fter that we must ad vante the prteea on them, m we are cow selling Silks for leas than wa can boy them at wholeaala. CONNOLLY'S, JeB5-tr lift af. mm* Pm. aw. J^T NILLEB'S, UMiEOMRtWI. The heaviest Bleached Ortton, at 8c., In Km ettr. Summer Alpacaa, 12fcc. Summer Caahmaraa, 1I& All wool Buutimrr, In black and colors. Black Alpacas, 12He. and up. Beantoful Lawns. CM. IB aad lafce. Choice wile Percalea. on> 6kc. Napkina, 76c. per floz. Victoria Lawns, 10 and 12)fc. Baab oloeriea, 8,4. 6c. and tip. Sh?-etimra low. Owbnana, Tickings, MatUnfra, Cheap Paraaot*, Black S.Iks, BL 81.25. 81.50. fcc. Gcoda iniarantaad M npresented. BENJAMIN MILLER, Jel4 tr f OS Bridoe afro**, Gaoaerroww. SPECIALTIES IN DRY GOODS. O 1V30 PENNSYLVANIA AVKNUE. Just received?*10 Pari* Comets, at 80c , worth T8, 60 doz Ladies Linen Hdkfs, 8160, worth B2.S&. 88 coa. Balbriggan Hose, BAfto, worth S&. Bft 4oa Towel*. $S. worth 84 50. Beaotlfal Victoria U*Bi from l2x to 25c Buntings front 12K to Sc.. baaL A sp'etdld line "f Black Silks at old prieaa, apwaftt qnality. 81.16. 10 piecea 10-4 gheetany, Bfta.. worth 36. A full line linen Drilla, Saitinaa, Daaanaka. Sapkina and other Unenaobeap. Gent'aand LaSa? Fuiniabicr Goods cheap. Ail gooda of baat qnahty and at lowaat caah prioea LUTTRELL ft WINS, le!4-tr Cor. ?OtM at. omd Pm. mm. rvRESb SHIRTS MADE TO ORDEB -?* tM *J Btroeption SHIRTS made to order for 87.6ft. Call and examine samplea. Fineat Droaa SHIRTS made to order of the very beat inairalal and In tin moat elegant manner for 82, at MEGINNMSS'. JOOX W 01I'OSi ? ? PRICK LIST Or SHIRTS AT MKGIKHIW BLANCH hHIKT FACTORY, 1003 F at n w.? The "Comfort," "Mystery" ud "ftmpHflb" 8hiria, m?de of wsmsutts muslin, and extra Ane linen boeoms, are only 76 cent*. The "Od Times" ud "Great Southern" (open front) Shirts sre only 80 oent*; made of first class goods. The "Senate*' Shir*, made of rratt of the Loam muslin and twenty hundred linen, is only SO mN. First das* Pattern Drawers, double-seated, only SOoeuts. raanrxzar. . Ie7-tr 1QQ9 W rtrt* U.W, QOLD ?D4a? BLACK IILK V1TM DOLLAR A TAMO. JOB. B. BALLET, my!7-tr Q>r. ftfc 1 Jf ts. M?. BOOKS, <fcc. VON HOI STS OOKSTITrTIOKAL BISTORT \ OF THE UNITED STA1E*. Volume 1 Fries U 50. TBE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS OF Til UK I TED fc TAILS AT WaSHLNGTOK. Frist fA A comprehensive view of the powers, functtaMk arid duues of the Beads at Departments, BurssMS. and Divisions st Wat.hintrton as pre* nbsd by Law acob' mutation*; also a ekftcn in detail at tMr ewe tical ortrations in the transa two at public aflUif ana of bus.nest with the people. Either at the above tent by mai^poBt-i'aid^ u^onj^oPlp|Nif fdta Je30 tr^W *J47S S?*? CHOICE BOOKS. . History of the Wash tauten Family. Welles. .SAW Arans Gallatin's Works, 8 vols.li00 iTirceton sua It* Institutions. Hstramsn...... 100 Lippm^tt's Mstrazine, vol 23 US Wr.rtr* Elements Chemistry. Grrene.?....... l|t R?coid of Science and Industry, 1876. Balrd.. 100 Gum: Guide to U. S Appleton............ IN Is Life Wortli Li\ m#r. Mattock 1.60 Rt iusnDsrs: From the Swedish........... A00 Re< re?ti- ns in Astronomy War.en LH Maid, Wife or Mother. Mrs. Alexander LN Imprew-ions of Theophraatus Such. Geocirs Eli t. 2F.r.eif* A Kill mic Prose Translation. Gapt. """ Pifrtf, U.8.A LN The Evolution of Man. Daeckel... IlOV All Fru.klm Square, llaif Hour 8enea, and Qaiit Books in stock. JAMES J. OHAPMAB, Mxtiofolxtav Book Btou, )?ai4T 9it *m. mm, New bookji Palms of Xi'm; or B?et and Eefrsshment Is the Vilipyn, by Dr. Mscdnff. Ktudies in the Cieative Wtek, by Geo. D. BoerdmML The Six Day of Creation, by Taylor L?vk M irack* m htone; or tne Great Pyramid, by 8?bl HUrual of International Law, uy TL M PnHsndkl. L*D. Ircbtiy and Croquet at exceedingly low rriaaa WM-BALUmSlkSOl, frll-tr 4?S ft* trvmtmjm. prBLlAH?l? TO-DAY. ^ & HI8TOKY OF THE W?R DEPABTKECT Of J THE UNITED STATES. \ With Biographical Sketches of tbe f)>rrs>artaa. By L D. Iiobwou, Author of "Life and Times of Horace Orsaiay." < 1 voL, coo i??ea; two Illustrations. Boaai it cloth. 4*rioet3oO FRANCIS B. MOHUN. Successor to Malum BrotkM, lOta Fa. smw, corner lltfcefcrseL )e44r WaahlnctanTD. a nEOB?E P. BOWILL * OO. Newspaper Advertising Bureau. For Tea Cents 1 One hsadre4 ?ag> fs? ohlet with Lists sf Mews?s??s aadAdrertiaing Batss. For Ton l?olIerei Foar tinea IwaertoS >n? week In Thm Bandred and Vtftjr l*wapapcr?. 10 BPBCCI IT., a. V. ?ayW ______ -"i *