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THE EVENTNO STAR.
?rnv.WAHHINGT(W W EP>I-SDAY J1>E S, 18S1. CROSBY ?. NOTES EdiMr. The Kventnc Ntar hiu a rrgulur, ptrmt. nent.bona fide dally rlronlat Ion more than treble (hat of any other dully paper pnbItxhfd la \\ nahlnjrton, and equal to that of all the other daily papern here added together. Th* Stab office is connected with tfce Telephone KxchAture Advertisements, oaflep f ir the paper l>y mail and otherwise,news. or WjftnfornntioB or baaincaa can be Sent day or nifoCT^c of charge. Petrous leavliyr Ike city for the tumtcer can have Thb Stab mai'ed to them, postpaid, for fifty oouta per month, and the adlre* change* aa often aa desired. The White llonse and the River n?r>he?. The project to build a new residence for the President ends a warm advocate in the New 1 ork Mnii. That Journal, however, falls into a common error when it nnlertakes to enumerate the reasons for the desired Improvement. It charges Mrs. Oarfleld'a late lllne33 in part to defective drainage or sewer ga*f with tie poison of which it assumes that the chambers of the present mansion are infected. This is contrary to the facta exlstlD^ in the case. Whatever unhealthfulness may belong to the White House, it does not come from any defects In Its construction or from within. Ids all due to the marshy n its in the Potomac river, in the rear of the building, the poisonous ..;a.nna of which is wafted by the winds of summer not alone into the room* of the Presidents residence, but Into those of all the dwelling houses in that part of the city, it is at the river.front tnat the remedy 13 to be applied: and Since the ma.arla-breed'ng obstrujtlon was largely caust-d by the action or authority ot congress it is not unreasonable to ask that body to compel Its removal. la this necessary work we ask the co operation of our contemporary, and of our contemporaries every where. A new White House is all well enough, as a matter of luxury; and as the country is great and prosperous no reasonable person will probibly object to its construction a- the proper time. But whit is a necessity now is the improvement of the river. Health Is just as important and desirable to th03e In minor positions and in private life as to those in high official station, and tne sanitary condition of the city wlil not be Improved by the building of a new residence for the President any more than the ostrich can protect its body from Sanger by burying its head in the sand. The victory of the American horse Iroquois in EDgland last week seems to be about as gratifying to a large portion of the Canadian people as to those of the United states, although the latter might naturally be sup posed to have a much warmer local or natlona' interest in the matter than their neighbors across the boundary line. This feeling on the part of the Canadians must not, however, be attributed to any want or loyalty to the mother countrj. it springs ratter from the fact that their views and methods ot life haimonlze more closely with those whlcn prevail in the states than with the standards which England has set up. in other words, they regard the American systems of educatton and training, both of men and horses, as productive of better results than can be obtained by those wh'ch England has leng conslde-ed the best that can be devised by the mind of ma a. Tnls is the view taken by that excellent paper, ths Toronto Mail, which, after remarking that some credit for the victory may have been due to the fider, sajs: "but Iroquois was trained by an American, according to American ideas, and we are rather disposed to oelieve that in training horses, as In training men, our neighbors are ahead of the mother country, in England, both hones and men are to a great extent worked too hard in their training, and are wrought up to such a pitch that at a critical moment the strain tells and the game is up.' It is not likely that any English paper would go quite so far as our Canadian cotemporary in admitting the superiority of American methods, but it would be an interesting step in the lurther elucidation of the question If the Britons would send over some or their best horses to run on our tracks. Why do they not do this? If they are cock sure of winning, they cught not to hesitate a minute. ?? f If the suit brought in Chicago lately by a sugar rcflnery in New York against a similar concern in the first named city is pushed far enough to reveal only a portion of the mysteries and rascalities of the sugar trade the public will be a great gainer, whatever may be the result as between the litigants. The proceedings in the case are based on a charge that the (. uleago house takes the virgin products of the New \ork establishment, and, after adulterating them with various substances, bath injurious and harml-ss, repacks them in the original packages and sells them as the ordinal and genuine article. This would seem to open up the particular branch of the sugir business in which the people of thl3 country are most interested just now, and it 13 one which concerns them very nearly, it is not likely that there is any article entering into the every day life of the public which is so extensively adulterated as sugar of nearly every grade, for this purpose many substances deleterious to health are used, as well as those which on'y Impart bulk and weight, without the element of danger, in one case consumers are only impesed upon, without being injured; In the other they are injured as well as imposed upon, but in bcth instances they are robbed. one thirg which would seem to justify 1 ranee in literally wiping out the present government of Tunl3 is a contrivance in U3e In that country for the collection of taxes from impecunious or rascally disposed delinquents and for wringing confessions from those gulpy cr suspecud of crime. This device, which is taid to be the invention of the present minister oi war of that so-called government, is nothing less than a pit of venomous serpents, the horrors of which surpass the wildest dreams of Dante. This pit or den lies just outside the city walls, and to the brink of it those charged with crime or with not paying their tax-s we led. in a deep hole the unhappy wretch sees a writhing mass of poisonous snakes, scorpion* toads, and all manner of loathsome things tha' creep and crawL A glimpie of the dreadfu' sight la usually sufficient to accomplish the purpose the torturers have in view, but where that talis the wretched victim Is forthwith thrown in, and It is said that a sight of his sufferings is certain to sec are all that is asked of his prospective successor, uns would sudposeso. The ' Old Line Democrats" of Maryland who ' under the lead of gov. Hamilton, have undertaken to start a "reforov' democratic party against the corman wing. last Bight put ex- I Senator Whyte in nomination lor Mayor of The democratic "regulars" propose to flank the Independents by holding a convention Saturday night to nominate Whyte Dro- I vlded he does not previously accept the'lndependent nomination on their particular plat form. The "reformers," meantime, insist that Whyte shall accept their nomination dis'inr*tly before the meeting of the "regulars.-' it la thought that he may conclude to wait until he gets the nomination of the latter, and then make a general acceptance of the two offers. ? _ Active efforts are being made by Interested parties in Philadelphia to induce Mayor King to revoke or modify his order prohibiting the tiring or guns, Ore crackers, etc., in that city at any time, and particularly on holidays. He remains nrm, however, and declares that the law shall be enforced. This would be a good time for the District authorities to make ud !^!n 0141 **** Uwa on Sime subject here shall be strictly observed hereafter, and to anS wafnV^ T*e 4U1 01 13 > SE^wtX !?* atd me 3 ou^t to know in y WU1 ** avowed to do and what prohibited from doing on that day tration of President Oarflaid win ??S^Jd unmistakably indorsed, but that no referent will be made to the New York Imbrtwim being considered a state mauer. ouSofSe jurisdiction of the uiiio convention. I????????????? rp town. MOST ATTRACTIVE BARGAIN9, 100 DOZEN double busk bon* bummer cossets, 48 cents pu paiu. HEW INDIA LINEUP. HEW PERBIAN LAWNS. new nainsook embroideries. Uhcstallt Low. All tbs Latest R0VELTIE8 IN WASH LAOES. COCHRANE <fc CO., I3th ntf^et and New York ave>, Opposite Bioos' Bank jt8 W. in. SHI'STER 6c SONS offer ORGANDIE I AWNS, new styles, 37Mc. LINEN LAWNjJ, (pure linen,) 35c. lisle gloves. lack mitts. velvet grknadinfs, 81lk grenadines. calcutta seebacoker, china pond?e. paras0l8 at very low Prices. .bun umbbella8. bed li4le hose at 60c. loui8ine silks a* 78c. Extra bargain* in white goods, 12xc. scutch and fkench ginghams.160 pieces. albatross cloth, e^eiing Sbadas. figured swiss muslinc?, india linens. india mull, persian lawns. surah silks, brocades, Ac. Onr stock of the above is very large and our prices low. An inspection is solicited. one price. XV. iTI. SHI'STER A SONS, Jts pi? Pennsylvania Avcnne. ^jjoods for june and july. _ kvber cloth, albatros cloth an* m n's n EiLlNO, In Cxeam. White, Pink and Blue. india linen. i*dia mull, nainsook at (1 persian lawn, in White. Blue, Cream, Lavender and Pink, with an elegant l'ne of swiss, nainsook and cambric embroideriescheap lawn 8 in endless veriety. brown & clagett, JeS 80'j Market flpsce. THE LADIES ARE DELIGHTED WITH THE BEAUTIFUL TBETH produced by the upe cf the African Tooth Bru*h. Ask your Druggist for lt% jf8-St t>he correspondence of prince t-vlleykand wiih l.ouih xv11i. ddh1 *g the congress of vienna. 1814-15 1vol., or 8vo. Wi'h a Steel Portrait- $1. Tbisseiies f letters from Taliey rand, describing in the f ii 1e-t detail his course and plans at one of the greaveetciisis of European history, detailing h sopin c ns of and diplomatic coe tests with men like Ytettercich. Wellington, Cast!e-ea<rh, Keiselroda. Capo d'letria. Wiihe'm von Hamt>:>ldt and c uat Mucsier, and, for the fl'Bt time, conveying am ?ts of lnfornfttion, profoundly aft'ectin* h'storicil judgments, is a treasury such as has not been opened before in a generation. For sale by robert beall, Bo >liseller and Stationer. ,1*3 .it 4'.>5 PenuB?lvania Avenufl tobacco and other DiSCOLORATIONS cf the tee'h are removed scee^ily and eflVo'.na'ly by the african toith brush, and at a cost of only 10 cents. Sold by all druggies. je> 6t (2h1nandoah alum 8p INiiS, v'iRJilNlA^ r* Alum, Chalybeate and other waters. No th "m* untain " 0<>ol NUhts. Ho mosqul-* ,, - a toes. Free from fashion and dress. parry v^p milk- Terms moderate. r-;nad-tripi4jjfei. f'ekets via B * o. r. r. For pamphlet^T^t^idiess a j. mverh. Frescoing. kalromining.'wall paint*1ng, and all. intkrior decor a.ti<>n.h. Kstimates furnished and references given. e c. me^le & co., 1223 Pennsylvania av. n.w. i h If you wish pearly white ticbth, THE aprtoan tooth brush Will gi?e them to yon. jc8 fitry goods! dry goods! We will open to-morrow ano'ber lot of v. <f-roidered pongee and albatross oy iidbesse8, the onlv lot in this market. La '..js waiting can be Bnpplied. General Reduction in all c'assee of Try g. but more especially in Dress Go jds. Great Bar*.?. as in a'l departments. bun umbbeths, parab0l8, from the w.11knewn maKer. "Lyor. or New York" choice -o:ds. JOHN T. niTCIltLL, jt7-5t 931 Pennsylvania avenu3W 11 Y I? in four or five weeks the goods in the tailoring department have to be removed in ordeb to make room for the btock now on first floor <as that floor 18 going to be en tirely befitted). if we have hot the boom to display them they j might ab well be out of the way, and we have determined that if t3e price will move them rapidly we are going to move them. wi now offer you the choice of thirty 8tyle3 of suitings. that have been $25. at?18. LARGE VARIETY. THAT HAVE BEEN 830, AT 823. j on all above 835 A buit the reduc1i0n averages 810. pantaloons?a uniform reduction of 15 per cent. whatever goods we have left on hand early in july will have to be shown in our cutting room, as our present tailoring department will, as before stated, be used to display part of the goods now on first floor. we reouire one week's time to fill buit oriers. perfect fit, or no ob ligation to take the goods. those ^110 call first have the largest variety to belect from. A. 8AKS A CO.. one prick cash tailors, jeG 316 and 318 Seventh street* SHIRTS* I TAKE PLEASURE JN ANNOUNCING THAT I AM NOW TURNING OUT THE MOST PERFECT SHIRTS * I HAVE EVER MADE. PARTICULARLY AB REGARDS THE FIT. FULL STOCK OF OOLORED SHIRTINGS. MADRAB. PENANGS AND CHEVIOTS. ORDERS SOLICITED. w. i. teelf H >M Ptnaa. aw. jgATHINO. CHOICE LINE OF BATHING TRUNKS FOR ujtpl m ?H Also. BATHING SUITS for Ladles and Gentle men. ll WM. 8. TEE I.. J<* 935 Peunay 1 ranla a? suae ? ??????mm J. B. WHITE A BROS., Manufacturer* of PORTLAND CEMENT. BOMAN CEMENT, KEENE'S CEMENT. Worta: Swantcombe, England. The r=?>, contract* to supply over ten thousand ba*-fefc??J rela of Portland Ornent for st'engtli^ning^L^i# the foundation of the Washington monu-*?^ nient were awarded to us over al1 c impetitors, oar Cement being the strongest and best. HOWARD FLEMING}, sole agtnt U B.. 23 Liberty et.. New York. B. B BOOK. a#rent for District of Columbia, Bltcoe's lOth-st. wh?rf, and baa a cargo of the Cement stored In bis warebonsee at Blsc. e's 10th et. wharves. Je6-3ai ?ILK UMBRELLA8 93 TO $10, (J m Large stock for Ladiea' and Gentlemen. Alio, Wagon and Iinwy UMBRELLAS, 82 to 95. ? BTIWKMETZ'3, Je4 1237 Pennsylvania avenue. Ll'ABER! Ll.imER!! LIUBER!!! 100.0C0 FEET No 1, THOROUGHLY SEASONED MRGINIA PINK FLOORING. ? Gocd stock of fceasoned Joist, 2 and 3 inch, 12 to SO feet long, and all other kinds of Lumber. Also, DonrR bash. Blinds, &c., &o. 6 4 Florida Floor ing ?2 per hundred. T B CROSS, Jr., Wbarr and Planing Mill, foot 4th at- east. Office 819 Market Space, Board of Trade Boom*. J?3 fit* SUMMIT MIKEBAL SPRING WATEB, DR. HAMILTON, at Saratoga SpriauB, uses SLMMIT WATER in his Medical Institute, and eaj s .?"It acted like a charm on m\j patents, and is the best Water for the Kidneys I ever tiad." bold by ail Druggists. je3 Ztx ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE FOLLOWING NEW STYLES OF CLOTHING Jnst received at THE AVENUE CLOTHING HOUSE, 939 Pennsylvania Avenue, New Styles of Fine Light-colored Cassimere Suits. New St) les of Fine cheviot Salts New Styles rtf Fine Sitk-faoed Oheck Suits. New St)les of Kine Drees SuitS. >tw fctyles of Fine f-erge Baits New Styles of Fine Fiaunel and Yaoht Oloth Su'ts. New Styles of Fine Drab d'Etat Suits. New St?ie? of Eventrg 8n'ts Fifty New Styles of Csssimere Panto. immense Variety of Wh'.te Vests. THE LaTEaT SENSATION IN CHILDREN'S SUITS. Tt e Royal Blue Jack Tar Suit?, from 4 to 11 years. Dusters of every descrii tion for Mea and Boys. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT COMPLETE IN EVERY PARTICUHR NEW GOODS BECEiVED DAILY. IF" Prices always the very lowe3t. A. STRAUS, No* 939 Pennsylvania Avenue, Je4 Five Doors fbom 10 ih Stbeet TELEPHONE CARD. Tbe attertion of persons havlnsr use for Telepbr Les on Private Lines, Club Lit.e? and Speaking Tube Lines is invited to the following. GEO. C. MAYNARD, Agent American Bell Telephone Co., 1413 G street, Washington, D. C. "AMERICAN BELL TELEPHONE CO., 95 Milk street. Boston, Mass. w. H. FORI3&S, President. W. R. DRIVER, Trtasurer. THfcO N VAIL, General Manager. This company is desirous of arranging with persons of re uponeltiility to establish in their immediate' locality District or Exchange Systems, similar t i those now In operatiou in nearly a'l tihe large i lesof the country. By the adoption of tnissvstem hi, ur limited number of subscribers in any city or owr, located on lines raaiati g from a common can. by means of facilities afforded at the Central Office, be put in inttant speaaing communication one with another. This ByBtem is strictly ocai in its character, and d~es not contemplate the 'raiiFinission of messages for its customers from ne city or tr wn to another '} Le company also desires energetic and responsible partit e to act as locil agents for tue following purposes: To arrange w,r ( LI B SYSTEMS FOR SO CIAL PURPOSES, *lsere five or more subscribers can be obtained on i single telephone wire. This system will be outd very convenient in the smaller towns and ullages, where a District or Exchange system 'onJd not be maintained. To establish'le'enhonio lines between cities and towisphere the District and Exchange, or the Ouib System is already in use, for the purpose of ilording facilities tor personal communication e?weea tbe subscriber* or customers of such jsten.6. To establish Telerhonii lises between i.tlying villages and the market or shire town, .n order to furnish means for the tranmission of ufssaires between points not oonnected by telegraph. j Le American Bell Telephose Company, direety. or through its regular agents, proposes to ai?ke a specialty o: introducing the Telephone for I PRIVATE LINE Pl'RPOSES, xnntcting residences with places of business r- edences with outbuildings, offices with manu'tctories, etc., etc. Also, to take the place of SPEAKING Tl'BES, to connect d fferent par:sof one builcUng, or de:achcd buildings of any group. The system Is -si erUliy applicable to large hotels, as it allows of . stant speaking1 communication between the room "f any guest and the office; or. If desired, it may ')e used lor conversation between guests in different rooms. This feature can hardly fall to recommend itself, especially to the keepers of hot-ls aud 'xiarding bouses at places of summer resort." Boston, Ma*s , A pril *i2d, 1881. HKO. C. MAYSARU istheonlu j>er.*on author ~ <~ed bu us lo sui'i'ly telephones for Private Lines r!>'b Lines, and Upeakino Tube Lines, within the IXatnct of Columbia (>Siqned.) TIIEO. X. VAIL, Je--6t G neral Manager. ?500 REWARD! OVEB A MILLION OF PROF. fJIILTIETTE'S FRENCH KIDNEY PADS Have already been sold in this country and In France, every one of which has gwen perfect satisfaction, and has performed cures every time when nse<l according to directions. We now say to the afflicted and doubting ones that we will pay the above reward for a single case of LAME RACK That tb? Pad falls to cure. This Great Remedy Will POSITIVELY and PERMANENTLY cure uumbago. Lame Back, Sciatica, Gravel, Diabetes, Dropsy, Bright's Disease of tbe Kidneys, Incontinence and Retention of the Urine. Inflammation of the Sidneys, Catarrh of the Bladder, High Coiored Urine, Pain in the Back, Side or Loins, Nervous Weakness, and in fact all disorders of the bladder and Urinary Organs whether contracted ?y private disease or otherwise. LADIES, if you are suffering from Female Weakness or any disease of the Kidneys, Bladder, or Urinary Org are, YOU CAN BE CUBED! Without swallowing n&usaous medicinei, by simply wearing PROF. ClILJIETTE'S FREVCH KIDNEY PAD, WHICH CUBES BY ABSOBPTION. Ask your druggist for PBOF. GOILMET TE'S FRENCH K1DNICY PAD and take no other. If he has cot got it. send $2.CO and you will receive the fad by return mail. PROF. OUILMETTE'S FRENCH LIVER PAD Wid positively cure Fever and Atrue, Dumb Ague, 4gue Cake, Billions Fever, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, ifcd all diseaats of the Liver, Stomach aud Blood. Price 91.B0 by mail. Bend for Prof. Guilmette's Titatieeon the Kidneys aud Liver, free by mall. Address FRENCH PAD CO., KM Toledo Ohio* LUMBER, WE ALONE SHOW PRI018. DBY BOARDS, No. 1, 16 feet per 100 ft.,tl.3B STOCK BOARDS, 1x12. 16 feet... 1.60 VIBGINIAFLOORING. No. 3.... * 1.6C CLEAR BIDING, half inch. No. 1. i.oc WHITE PINE BHINGLES per thousand. 3.60 ? WE FURNISH ESTIMATES OF ENTIRE 008 OF BUILDINGS FREE OF OHABQ1* WILLET * LIBBEY, 3 Bixth Sther and r ew York Atbnux, YARDS. 8PKAGU* BQVM. m8 Nqbthnbn Libbbtt Mabctt qpibi BOYS' LINEN JACKETS AND PAKT8. 76 C60t8 6iCb. BOVI1 LlB6Q Jftokots ftnd Punta $1 and 91.26 with short pants, better grade. Boys*' Alpaca Jackets and Coats, |i and lfj5 Men's BELBY'S m28 1914 and 1916 Penna. avn. LEWIS JOHNSON Sc. CO., BANKERS, Corner of Penna. are. and 10th street. FOREIGN EXCHANGE, BONDS. STOCKS, GENERAL BANKING* mM ? WANTsVv 5* GIRL for general hou? 11 wort. at 1<09 7ihstreet normtwt it* \\1 ABTlD-i White QIBL to do ffeneral hotiM ? w?rX*?* M?l?t as nnw. Id a until famt'j Apply at 908 7th street northwest. It* Wanted?a ooach painter a^d BOf tbi has woikedatthe business. Apply Immed atwiy A. J. WILLI aMS, 10s) 6th street nortl west- j<8 2-? ?NTM>-Official Derailment STAMPS, i kit da-War Department ENVELOP* 8 in an quantities, by a New York party. Address for on wtefc. J. P. T.. Star offlae. >8-3t? WANTED?By a resectable Oolsred Girl a SIT UATION as nurBe: willing to leave the citj **t of references. Call or address, No. 1642 street northwest. Jo3-2i* WTANTED By a White Girl a 8ITPATION i 11 chambermaid and waitress: wiring to le?\ the city; beat of ref-rences Address Re'iabl< 8t?r office. j *8 -8t* "VVANTED?A married M to work on a farm 11 in Montgomery county; wife must uodei stand makin* batter and raising poaltrr; refei eneee required. Apply No. 3040 DombDton stree Georgetown. It* ANTED?4 to 7 Un'nrnlshed BOOMS; tins 1 money, andcau't waste it running arouac pi ice, number rooms, floor and location must t stated. Address Bax 22. Btar office. It \VAN?ED?M A N to attend to eating bar. ah 11 >\ OMEN to do washing, ironing and genen Lousewert-; DOiie but tDOFe experienced need ai n,v, at BECK'S Po??l Hall, 630 D street nortf "e?t. je8 2t* XV ANTED?A CLtRE who thoroughly undei stands the Patent business: to a compete man a liberal salary ?fll be paid A;idress wit rt-fejeneas, stating experienoe had, Pateat Att >t ?>ey. City P. O. Jo8-2t* \irANT^I^-For Baltimore, White and Colore *T SERVANTS; for Bocton. New York City, Col or j ?0 J18'uhaojbermali1*; for Hprints. Walter jnd Cooks; fO for thl? city; families furnished D'?ensed Agency, 926 F street northwest. C E ililo'E&CO. lt? Wanted?COUNTKY BOABD by a sm* family, of 8 or 4, good board for the sum mer in a private family, healthy high loc?ti >i ?!tliui easy reach or city, not naar B. & O- Ii H Address Box 365, City Poet office J*8 2t WANTED-A good BABBEB, at 1902 7th s( northwest Je7-3t* \\TANTED-A REGISTERED PHARMACIST Apply to C. F. MOORE, Penn. ave., cirnt ' 6 ]o7-3i* "ITTANTEfc?AgoodHO'lBE and HUGGY forth 11 summer, for their care and keep. Addrn* W. P., mar office. je7 2t* TVANTED?To hire HOR8E anrt CARRIAGS b 11 week or month, to use a part of the time, bet ?t*?arev-a!<1 prioe moderate. Addres GORDON, Star office. Js7 3t* "YV ANTED?By a competent white girl, a PLACi 11 as nurse or chambermaid, would like to leav the city for the summer. CaL at 132 F st. north east, p ret eat employer's. Je7-2t* YV ANTED? $200 cath to any one securing a PO .* ' 81TION as copyist in one of the Department for a Laoy hav'u* excellent Oongressiot.al recom juendations. Address Mrs. P. SILENCE, City P 9: Je7-2l? ANTED?TwokGIRLS fo- waiters at 1717 1 st. northwest. A. PETBRSQN. je6-3t* YlfilNTED?A good Wo??an COOK who ca: 11 make good rastry. 1348 Pennsylvania ave J* 6 3t \\J ANTED?Two able bodied MEN as laborer ?? on farm. Apply to R. FULTMN'8 Loan Of lice, 314 ?th st , between D and Pennsylvania ave torthweet. Je6-lw W ANTED?'1 hree ot four Unfurnished ROOM! cr pa?t of a HOUSE, permanent if suited, fo man and wife. Addrees J. 8. M., 1219 11th stree northwest. je6 3t* W ANTED?Two reliable white WWMSN, one ti 11 cock, wash and iron, and one as chamber u aid and general asDistant; best reference r? ?[Uired. Apply at 1515 Rhode Island av. Je6 3t V%7 ANTED?An able bf'dn-d MAN as a porter ii ' " a store; must read and write and come wel recommended. Addrefs, statintf where last nm i lo>ed, PuHTER, Star office. Je6 3t* W ANTED?A competent Hook keeper, KOod pen ff man, desires a permanent SITUATION a t ook keeper and cashier; beat references (fiven a to honesty, subtlety, characterand ability; salart uiOderate. Address BOOKKEEPER, Star office J' 6-3t* VV ANTED?L?Al>IE8 TOEEARN THE TAILOI M 8\8TEM OF CUTTING and FITTING in i citnu'ic manner and by actual measuremehto al k<i ds of garments. This is the only system taugh which is mathematically correct, and fits a l form! and reqni es no refitting after measurement In >inire at 1114 M st northwest 3-361* YYantkd-LADV AGENTS. We want intelli 11 gent, et.emetic lady agents to sellj to wo nei only, an article of real h^Kienln merit. Addres for particulars and liberal terms. WAONKR I CO., corner Michigan avenue and Jacks n street Chicago, 111. m30-eo6t vv anted?LADIE8 to LEARN the grea 11 French sj stem of dress cutting, taught at Im perial Hctel, room 49. one week by Mme Livings an, of New York city, with Worth's grand im nrqvements. requiring no change on any form initg cut free VTeflnefday Traveling agent waited; can easily make $30 per week; also Can vj,*eers and General Atrent for Washington, Ciu oinrati. Pittaburg and Cleveland; no worthlew Lart, but a perfect mathematical ayBtem; per fee tioi! guaranteed or no pay for instruction.m23-3? WANTED?To purcnase MILITARY BuUNn 11 LAND WABUANT8, SUPREME OOUttl HCR1P and BOLD1ER8 ADDITIONAL HOME STEAD CLAIMS. Wli. J. JOHNSTON, Attoi tey at-Law, Boom 41 Le Droit Building, 80j F st lortbwest. ap4-3m lost and found. LOax?Ou the Htli of May. either at Marici' Hal, on going to or from 424 3d street, a g^n .:cn iu't) SCABr'PIN, containing several dJtl?r^n i r? clous stones put In pin in form or a flower r inder will receive the tfraitude of a lady besile' ^ iberol reward by leaving the same at *24 3d st northwest. je8-3t* I CBT?Friday, the 3d between E G. DAVIrt J store and F street, pair of irold bowed EYI CLASSES. A suitable reward if icturned to 180; t" street. jfe7 at* LOST?Front No. 1426 High street, Georgetown, Ivor and wbite POINTER BITCH. Libera reward if returned. jb7 3t? Taken up june the 5t?j, onb gsay maki i n the premis^B of GEOBuK BOONE, on the Brentwood road, near Clark Mills. The ownei -a ill come and prove property and pay charter Je7-3i* BOARDING. /lOOL, PLEASANT bUMMER ROOild? WITH Bt5AI.li. Apply at 1827 I st. northweet. Jefi-6t* (1ENTBAL HOTEL, corner 8th and D street j northweet. European Plan Riom? for ren by day, week or month at reasonable ra es. m9 im B. J. MARSHALL. The tremont house, with iib fini promenade balconies, cool, airy rooms, su perior table, will be found a most desirable place for summer boarding; rates: room and board, S25 ind $30 per month. ap3o FOB BENT?Airy ROOMS, furnished or unfur nisned, pleasant location, at Noe. 314, 816 and J18 Indiana avenue. Also, first-das* BOARD $l( >er month. HAl^AH FLAGLER. Janl3 THE LOCH I EL HOUSE, 012 9 th street nortn west, is one of the cosiest and best conducted hoarding Houses in the cny. Transient Boarderi Accommodated at reasonable terms. Janltf COUKTRY BOARDING. i COUNTRY BOARDING?Two ROOMS, witl K J BOARD, four miles from citv; location higl ?ud well shaded; stage communication with cit; very two hours; terms reasonable Artdre** Mrs It. W. CARTER, Tennallytown P.O., P.O. je8-4t ^UMMIT POINT HOTEL, GAITHEH8BCBG O MP.?This resort wlllbeoi>en for tbe re<vp ion of guests June 16th. The situation is uusur .'Sgeed. It is a haLdsome new build<ng, witumod rn Improvements, sliuated in au oak grove, op ooritebugar Loaf Mountain. O.eu for the firs tme this Beason. Every effort will be male t< eake it homt'like and attractive.* Mrs M T SOUTHALL. JeS 4t# COUNTRY BOABD?Talbott House, Barnesville, Md , two miles from the Sugar Loaf Moun *in. T erms very low. Apply as above, or to G iT. BYDE, Room 2, Le Droit BolidiEg, Washing on, P.O. je4-lm ( lOUNTRY BOARD-PRIVATE FAMILY, CON O vtnient te city ?nd tailroad; on Brentwooc -. ad. adjoining National Fair grounds Mrs dURR 8 place, or Apply J. H. SMALL, 14th and G tf Je4-6t* RUMMER BOARD ON FARM-North Hill, O Clarae county. Va , via Washington and Ohic (tal'road to Bound Hlil, and via ehenan Valley tiai road to Berry vilie, five miles to my residence. Send for c rcular. Address Cast emau's Ferry, Ularke co., Va.. q. M. caBTLEMAN. m30-eo2ni A COOL RESORT FOB THE SUMMER, at i\ Boyd's Station, Md., 29 miles from city; 70*J eet above tide water; the air is pure and delicious urge rooms, shady lawn; mall twice daily; telegraph and express office; fishing, hunting, witn al >ut-dcor sports; horses to ride and drive. Address B. BUBDETTE, Boyd Station, Maryland. Je4-6t* COUNTBY BOABD?in Pbivats Family?<j pleasant house and ahady ?rounae. railroad station oa farm; exceedingly healthy; Piedmont region; horse* at leasonable rates; (rood roads ?lea?ant rices References required Address ml4 2w&Jel-2?r A. Q. NA8QN, Mason. Va. XX OODSITE. - Exoellent BOARDING may be 11 had at this pleasant country home, three miles ron. Berryvillf, near Sbenand< a'H Va ley railroad, for terms and further particulars apply to BET* TIE VAN METRE. tStnyvide, Olark county. Va. ml8-lm* PERSONAL. JOHN PATCH EXAMINES TITLES, reports as to the responsibility of people, with abstracts of lens on real estate. 606 10th st. n w. Offloe hours: 'to 10a m , *to6and8to 10p.m. apll-2m* %TADAMBOBB, the long-established,- reliable 9lai?TO,I*nt *nd Astrologist, gives better satifaction in all affairs of life than any one in the profession; tolls the past, present and future destlny . gives advice ana assistance on all matters appertaining to business, love ana matrimony . Au ui Tbocblx Call. Satisfaction given or no pay. ^oD'tdtaUon Booms, 402 3d street, above D street aorta west. ap6 WH. alburger, suooessor to X. P. Libbky, Watchmaker and Jeweler, has removed to "S41 to* aorthwest. 1a Vrug store, opposite U. 8. P. O, seplfl % / - ? t WANTS?MISCELLANEOUS. III ANTED?A PURCHA8IR for part of * beau?Y tiiuliy located LOT ill Oak Hill Cemetery, MO - or >00 square f?t Inquire of Super.ntendent. or r. >(,(lrew?- M.. Star office. It* T?TA?TID-LADIEU WISHING TO ENGAGE \ VT in the stamping bu?iie?a. with a small capital. can Ret full instructions FEE for the next 60 days. Call at lt09 F street. je* If \*7 ANTED?6,000 Bolts of C.othes to clean at the -1 DOLI.AB AND A HALF SUIT CLEANING ' DEPOT, 1009 F st. My facilities are not exoel led. ? Nore but skilled cleaner* anl pressors employed. 10 |eC-3f . r \\r ANTED?HORSES to pasture; city referent " " Riven; Ion* experience in the oare of hsraes; |-j can be seen at Price's stable, 811 6th ct- n^rthon TuesdaTB. Thursdays and Saturdays. O. - H P-CLARK, Bligo P. O., Montgomery county, is *?; Je4-lm* I6 \\7 ANTKD - HOK?E8 TO PAS TUBE. at "the * " Bitfhland Farm: fields with running streams - and wjfl shaded line pastuiw. Ad drees ALFRED u pv? . ?* . orto W* F18K. No. 1124 14th St.. or JAB. EELEHEB. No 423 ?th st City ml21m* WANTED?HOBSEB PA8TURED-AT 83 P?B 1" Mo*Tn?On my farm, near Rladenslmrg. i4 Plenty of graft*. shade and water. Inquire on i premises or address B A. SURE YE. Bladensburcr, >e Md. mli?-lm* ANTED?To announoethat JOHN E BEALL, Boom 4, 1430 New York avenne. is a OOM:j MISSIONER OF DEKD8 for EVKRY 8TATE and " TEKBITOBY. U. 8. COMMI89IONEB. EXAMI. NEB and NOTARY. Always in offioe from 9 am. to 6 p m. m2 |1' ANTED At GRACE'S, 018 Louisiana avenne, lt ifT CaRPETS TO CLEAN: no whipping to wear i, or tear by our process. Estimates given- Order by telephone or mail ap23 WANTED-At RICE'S Bteam Cleanlnar Work. 490 Blaine avenue southweet, Carpets to Clean. I* Feathers to Renovate. Mattrasses to Steam and Remake, and Furniture to Steam at the lowest [ prices. apl6 ' XJff ANTED?FEATHERS and HAIR MATT" 1 BESSES to renovate by steam and make n over. Upholstery and Decorating. Furniture . stored and packed. Call and examine. At F. H. lt YOUNG'S. 1404 Pennsylvania avenue. ap!2 6m HJ ANTED?FURNITURE TO STORE In fine " storage rooms. CHACE'S. 610 Louisiana avenue. marll WAN TED?FEATHERS to renovate, MATTRE88EB to remake, furniture to pack and .1 ship at A. H. CHACE h BBO.'S. 010 Loalslana ave. marll W ANTED?OLD GOLD and BILVER in lar*e JY or small quantities. Highest cash prioe paid. 821 Perm a. ave., between 3d and 4)4 Bts. Janl9 ' ANTED?YOU TO ENOW THAT I 8ELL A f n first-class Tailor-made Beoond-hand 8UIT, " mnch better and a great deal cheaper than * oomniou new suit can be bought, at JUSTH'S OLD STAND. E No. 619 D st. northwest, or at Branch Btore, Ho. e 408 9th st northwest N B.?We buy but firstclass Second-hand Clothing. janl9 ; FOR SALE. A RaRE CHANCE?For sale by gentleman tearing city for summer, a BaY MARK. ^ _ Hfveu years old, .*ound, fa?t, gentle and JK3R J stylish Warrnted to b? as representedApply at Ebbitt Hjuse t? tables. JeS lm 1 17OB SALF?a car load of HORSES Just arrived .T from West Virginia, consisting of Drav.yht H rseB and good Drivers. No A_"?\ g iai cy prices. Can be s*en at JNO. HARRInO >'S Htsbit8, corner 10th and C sts. northeast, Capitol HU J 8-0 l* FOR BALE?A Raee Chance?An elegant fu:l seven octave Rosewood Case PIANO, r with very handsome embroidered Cover t and fctool, for only 8125; the property of a party who mutt eell at onoe. A full t-uarantee given with the Piano. Apply at 3 SIDNEY T NIMMO'S, ,1e7-6t 433 7tli slr.et uorthwost. * "COR BALE?Family HORfcE, gentle and safe, i .T (cannot trot inside of three minutes;) n\ , also, family CaRhIAGE in perfect erder, jJm ! and H?h NEHH litt e used, at EARL'S Liv^ er> Stables, 81119th stree: northwest j*4 Ct* FOB SALE?Just arrived 20 head of fine r\ oriving HOttHr S. Tbey comprise one jL^n s pair of fine'y-bred sorrel horses, both geo I r ?ii gie drivers, one of them a gooi taidle horse. One pair of black houses; very fine style ana ac tion; good diiveTB sinsle or double. One ^?air bav mares; 16 hands high; goad d>Ivors single or t dtuble; a good f?mil* team. One p*ir brown a hoises; match well; wood drivers; one of them a * good saddle horse. A ho, two mare>; gentle driver*; t r?n trot close to 3 lmuutea At HUGUELY & ! BOWEN'B Stable. No. 645 and 647 New York avebne. Je.-2w* FOR SALiE-Twetty head of HORSES, Just received from Ohio, suitable for all pur1 poFea; two Coupe Horses and two Saddle b Hoites. YATES & H1MMON8. F mai 2w 3111'itnst northwest. I^OR SALE?On hand a fine assortment of Sec1 cnd-fcaLd CARRIAGES. Jump Seats. t hitei s'on Top Phaetons. Doctors' Phaetcns ard Bnpgies; cheap. W'M. ^ " - \VaL,TIiR'8 Ca*riige Factory comer 14th and D - st* northwest. Repairing promptly attended to. ; nii4-lm* g F'OR SALE?An eitra large stock and new and second-hand CARRIAGES, em- ? w. I bracing in part Coupe, Coupeletts, mTI ~ia "I setons, Jump Seats, extension Tops, w J Bt.ggiei, fcurreys, Rockaways, Ac.. Ac., at rea; Koii?ble prices. Repairiog promptly at*en<led to. ^ ROiiiltr H. GRAHAM, _ m!6 410-416 8th st. northxrest, bet. DandE. I ."'OR SALE?X have on hand a la?ve stock ef fine 1 CARRIAGES and Business ^ AGON8 of my o*n make, new acd second hand, ' whith must be sold to close out presenter '-'W Btooa; no reasonable offer refused. Repairing promptly attended to at reduced rates JOHN J4. YOUNG, s ml2-lm* 3!8 6th street. t t*03 BALE?The largest assortment r of New and Second-Hand CAR-'^r Bf i RIAGF8 aad BUGGIES.of all descrlp- VW-'B ticns for sale or exchange at very low prioes. P. D SCHMIDT & CO.. 466 Pa- ave. mari> 3m S fcONEr TO LOAN. ONEY. MONEY, MONEY.-To loan at 2 per cent per month, on personal property at .R. ' FULTON'S Loan Office, 811 0th St., near Peun'a avenue northwest. j<-61m $4,000 TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY at G jer cent. > E. W- WHI TAKES, Je6-3t a' 8 4)6 street northwest. I AM PREPARED TO NEGO HATE L'JA S3 for any amount, not excoediun $10,000; charges moderate. Apply to LOUIS P- 8HOSMAK8R, 3 4 6t 920 F fct. northwest. $40 000 TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE BEI'URITY, in sums of 81,000 and upwards, at 6 per cent. No delay when the security is good. O C GHtfEN, 9 J'2-2w 710 D street northwest. ' 1VTONEY TO LOAN. ill $53,000 TO LOAN In Sums to Suit. ; At Six'per csnt, ! ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY. ? Commissions verr lowest rates. ; J. V N. BUYCK, Real Kstate Agent, m27 Office 1505 Pa. av:, Arlington Ins Rld'g. ^JONEY TO LOAN ' ON REAL EbTATE AT 6 PER 0ENI- NO ? delay. B. O. HOLTZMAN. | m2t 10th and F sta. northwest. Ml | ONEY TO LOAN At 6 per cent. In sums as d?sired. THOS. J. FISHKB & CO:, m!8 lm 1223 F st. northwest fl^O LOAN?$1,000 AND SEVERAL SMALLER i X Bums en real estate security, i B F LEHHTON, j m!6 4w 323 4X Bt. northwest. . fllu LOAN. MONEY. I TO LOAN-MONEY. MONEY TO LOAN. TO LOAN-MONEY. ml4-lm THOfr. E. WAGGAMAN, 619 7th st n. w. ? 600, $1,500, $2,500, $1,000, $6,000, $10,000. V A tio, sums of $100 to $20 000 to invest on real t^tate security. W. F. HOLTZMAN, m'U-lm 1321 F street northwaat. i ^JONEY TO LOAN. I havt MONEY te loan on REAL ESTATE, in sums of from $100 and upwards, at lowest ratel of interest. Charges moderate. Bo delay. B. H. WAR NEB, nov26 910 F at. nerthwet. i EDUCATIONAL. ' ^PENCERIAN BU81NEBS COLLEGE. io Corner of 7th and L streets northwest, holds SUMMER SESSIONS > For irsiruction in Practical Penmanship. Letter \N i itii g, Single and Double Entry Bjoakeeping ?nd Business Practice. Tuitijn: Day seasions, $7 per month; evening i svions. f 6 per month. P. r*oi;8 desiring Instruction In Praeticil Peu nuiifehlp on Is, received morning or evening for a course of ixteen lessons; tuition fee. $5. Full lLformati.n civen at theCollege offioe. m30 I |JN1VEB8ITY OE VIRGINIA. Summer Law Lectures (nine weekly) begin 14th July, 188'. and end 14th September. For ciroolar ?ppjy (P O. University of Va ) to JOHN BMlNoB. Prof. Com. and Stat. Law. ! m25-m&w2awlm INSTITUTION FOB THE IMPBOYED INL strnction of Deaf Mutaa, 1611 Broadway, New York. The largest articulation School in the oountry. Establiahed 1807. Pure oral method. Send for circular. apl-eoom lbs AMY LEAVITT, OF BOSTON. (Gr?luato or the New England Conservatory, 1878). vill resume lnstraetlon in Vocal and Instrumental MUSIC feeptember 8. Miss Leavitt may, be adlressed at Metzerott's Music Store. mlO-lm \1BB. 8 L. CADY'8 BOARDING AND DAY lu SCHOOL for young ladles; West End Inatttute. Hew Haven. Conn. Etoventh year oomvencei Beptem^er 21it. Bend drcolir. m28-ftin Special attention to preparation for College, West Point. Annapolis and all oompetittve examinations TO ?b n. wawmu Vau*BWl?ZS$S$&>.0. For Clrculan address Mrs. M. B. ARCHEB. 1400 ^y.AhnMtti avenna, Waahington. p.p. ^anlf clS2J8gr*m auYiL Moraia HRHK TOR RENT AND BALK. Sumtj?-Q?e or two fanrTJtiT*9 B?OHe, or part flunished Horn* <M *>a jt* BBICK HOUSE within s ,Lt c*^' Park, 129 Md ave northh" *"" "BUfr' F?i!!>^Sr w~;T?.?. BTORE and WAKE ?ac?*1LrJ?J.? ?veuortbwest, now u>ed iiiitntr f?5. i ^^7 Possession ir vt?n imru*W7^tS st PorthwmBElLEX * N10HJLH?'N-*?" ! ^PRIVATE AN^T^VlVoN 222S& I i.stied on the'st and 16th of every Tth It ih? j SSSA.1""* E WiOOAJCAX?uftr^jtaSS ' fwsswk? Pavements. tbe rooms are freseo sSw J? ooncrtte bssement. No 622 22J st. no hw'wt' b*1- * end O. Tbe Herdirs ruDEiuw to th* H m>,' < j IigxHre No. *03 Ttii at. northwest. "A"t' FOR 8AXJC?A bau<l*.>me three-story prre? b u-k front DWKlLlKtf. with south front. 22 tiet wide, s!desll*y. 9 rc-onis. ba.hro<>m ?nd cellar a modern improvements. Price f?. UOO. In mir? of K. H. T BUM AS. Attorney at Law, 522 S h st*#?t no: ib west. or at 803 O at. northwest. y&* St* FS?.i?EPT ~ Twelve-room Pr^. l Br>t^ HOU8E, mcdern improvements. 487 T ?t southwest. Inquire of W A. FENw/CK. ft 4 <th st Loribweat )eT-St* FOB FENT?No. 4 21 lltli St northweet, lanre tonr sicry HOUSE, with 16 r >ona* alt ncoiera improvements; in trood order. B. U WARN ICR. 9*t? t ft. n w. j,,7 3, FOB KENT?Entire FLOOR, fonrcho ce Kojmr, seernd story. with bathroom an<l bay win low; private, cool and convenient t<ir hi>iiNekeei;a.r to adults otiy. Apply li34 (.th at north w^t. Je7-Sr 1<*V8(j 1 st 'i ortbeast. BKK'K; mi gn OFrrriir1fr?.lmJl,ve '<ort'J**"t, BKICK ; i.* xi, * ^ -Af ?VE.,8il 1 et- nort iwe t. C.0. *M. HuLI /MAN, 1821 F >t. nortliwcui. j<?7 3; F?o,th?2I~fnew HOUS,F- ??r L and 2:U st* Loithwest; 10 rooms, bay windows. mod*?n | 'S^faVe^-50 P" ~ nth* FOR KENT-rFor Ksmmer months u-fa-ntahed a d f'irnislied comaDunicat-.n* Kootfv;. ?... f>rd and third stories. 1127 lath street ...rihw_f: - jc- f FOR BENT?The beautiful VILLA ao.l > | sdj-ming Soldi* rs' Home on west. Entrance I ?7i,,o avenue Inquire on promises or 712 1Mb street ^ j8g 14t. Fox HALE?HOUSR No. rjri 4th streot mrth- I *? 4tb street northwest. ais-> ?>0 10. 2d street northwest: also. 237 2.1 st. north w<*t. Ail banraina. M. M. BOHREK, Mt:t 7 b stre<'t- Jof.-Ht FOR SALE?Two eix-room HOUSES oh Bonn I dary street, tear Connecticut avenue c-vj oath aid S12 monthly. No. 16:S I2tb st north- I wjst.fi* rooms; *100 ctfli and #20 monthly ' W. W. ML rOALF. oorner 16tb street and>' *.Vork avenue. Jn6 3t* I FOR REXT-At 7 i(i 5fh st n<>r liwest,nioeiy f r I nisht-^, airv ROOM, on first fljor; fu?-ni ure n?w: to ftentl men only , with Board. Fteastu location. j.?o 2 t J FOR KENT?HOU*E No 649 B st. northeasI con ainini? six rooms, modern inproveuient-i. I App^y of HiOb E. WA(jrtAM.\N, orattheLnai- I ber\ar<loIW \S. ^cCLiXOCOll. No. 511 New Jersey ave. Bortli<tet.t. Jo6-5t |?OU BENT?A very desirable HOESE, with 11 i .ro<>iijs, in the nortliern r?art of the city. In I (luire of C. N. THOAI. 7i5.h at. northwest. y 4 gv F^?x?E,NT-.S,xi>; thrwi Pf*NOS and on". OANS, lar?reHt and best stock to s? leet fr ?m tn i thetitv; reLts aj ] on purchase.from i2 ta # .(I I per month. I. O. SMIiB. II03 Pennsflvania aJL?: jel-lw I^OR BALE?Cheap, a COTTA(JE HOUSE in the county overlooking the city. ne?r street cars 1 ?cr^.8.'ani}" well stocked with frnit tre"-. Ai>- I P'y to T ..T.FC'jNaM,Library of Congress, .let lm* I FOl. BENT?HOU^E <>15 Gth street, between F I and?T narthwnst; contains 11 r.x>ms newly I paperel and painttd and all m!>lero improve | Inquitf DAV.B'Hat rtore. C21 FennsyKatila avenue. jel-lm I i^uR BENT-A desirable RESIDENCE in .>d neighborhood, ccn?enleut to F street ca-s a I new horse, la thorough repair: all i>iodern im I I rovf?n entn; nine rooms. Apply at 3^to i O street, i '-e&r>.etown. lmw j V,?ST?ForJu!y ?nd An.-ust, FrttNlsiIKD HOuisL, near Mount P.easanv plenty ol sha<ie and uo<d water; locetioa dePirable. Terms rwa- I Ri.n^ble. Address H. W. YORK, care Mt Pl^asaut dm if store. m'?*2vf FOB BENT - HOUSE No 923 D street north- I wefit; #10 per month ; tras, water closet^ &e I inquire at &2o Louisiana avenue. m27-lm 1?OBRKNi?FVKNIBHJCD ROOMH. coaimani- I catinK. second floor. Apply 305 C st. n >rtli- I wePt m24-lm F OR bent-Well fnmh bed PARLOR FLO*JR, I ir Htlr * two streets. :n mut de-trable part oi I KTfirt if 1 ? 6 pBOARD. Mas. D B. BTOCKHAM. 1?45 K st m21-lm I FI^OR RENT?hix-room HOUSES, desirably lo- I Arp!y W'HEATLEY BROd.. oorn r 7tb hi. and Rhoce Island ace. northwest. mI7 lm | FIXAXCIAI.. jpuu.10 STOCK "tXCMANUE. No. 1424 New Yobs Avekci, WABHINQTON, D.O. We rffreotfully can your attention to the ahore I whefe N"e* *ork Hocks can be b iu.rht I and so!d in any quantity from 10 shares and up- I wards on a margin ol $1 per share or more. I CoiniL 18810ns oue- quarter of o'*e per cent lie day *1* ^ ^ at tiie IIicaauKe tlirou^!i I 1Ilfoncatlon ln regard to Stocks cheerfully j HAZELHUB3T BBOS. | FROFESSIONAil ( 'OR8 JtNLLVES V ... . SANS DOULEUBi iiril.oEF nnuvais ontrles, ecKelnres. soiirnes avec I l^?F' r,7,Le WeifUB WHIIK, Ohirop-disle, Nnmero 1416 Penn^ylvatia avenue. Vis a Vis ic' | ni lar k 1* Hctel Ponr sioug donnrg cbfzlul, ftl, a I OomicU. *3 L? DOt'TtUR WHIXE, est e abl. a VVashiryton dupuis It<61. j,.g I DR 8TABB PABSONS?Dentist?43a 9th ?t.. southeast corner 9th and E northwest ruling a specialty. Extracting 9 to 11 V&4 a m . Wednesdays, free for tbe poor j thirst class references. Uhar^ea reasonable. a30 6m I D?; B. PAR8CNP, Dentist, 428 7tb street nortiiwtst, between D and E streets. 09^. o\er BaUantyne's Bookstore. Operative. flMHL Su'jncal and Mechanical Dentistry saill- "U-LXJ' fully reformed. ExtracUng at night. Cbarire m? derate. Consnltatlon free. wT I DR. WE18ENBORN. Dfntist. 915 7th street northwest. CELLULOID TldETH insertfd (?. per Eet, and all operations on tbeflVHK I natural teeth at reasonable prices. Ex-^ tractlng, 60 centa. ]anl# DB. duke. Dentist, 71514th street north weet, between G street and New York ave- mnmi Ail oi>er*tioiifl warranted. Ianl9 I B. T M. TALBOTT. Dentist. No. 437 7th st, three doors from oorner K. Des - I ustry in all Its branches. Teeth insertedMMl HI per 6Aj All work warranted. Jaul9 I ??KCAN?F?*.M D -V- D- oi N- Y.-V:up ath-y or Vital cure for a'l diseases of body I indmind. LnnK&nd lliroat. Coaeumptlotu Lton? I Htm on hoi de? or piles. Catarrh and 1 aU weakiiepsee a epeciaity. All Tumora, Ma ar a, | or Blood Inseaw^P of whatever name or nature I tborcu^bly eradicated fr?.m the ay ate in. 8t utter- I in* and Ktammerln^ cured. Consultation free to I ^ Office and readenoe, 94i K st. comer 10th no? tn west. febl SPECIALTIES. "%|RS. BA HALL, of Ne? York city, bPiBiT- I -L'A val Mint*. Clairvoyant sittmgs for all I busli ess sflairs and diagnosis of disease. Brain I Rest by Ma?nttic treatment. 239 Pennsylvania I tve. porthwest ml4-lm MADAM DUBOUIS. French Medium, works Magnetic Electricity; tells true life; card reader; tells past, present and future, and gives ' gocd advice for lady and gentleman. No. 604 13 h st northwest. Hours from 8 to 12 a m , ana 2 to I ?r m. mI4 lm* J MBS. H. F. WEIGHT, Claibvotant and Mia. netio Physician, has eminent sucoeas In treating acute and chronic diseases. The suffering should caU at her residenoe, 600 6th street, oorner l of F street northwest. marl-4m* j MME. BROOKJE TELLS ALL THE EVENTS OF j ) LIFE. All hOBineBs confidential. Ladles and OentlemenfiOoentaeach. No. 408 L street, between , ith and 6tb streets northwest. feblO-lftw* | PIANOS AND ORGANS. ! ON ACCOUNT OF REMOVAL TO THE LARUE ' HEW BUILDING. 1 HO. 709 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST. A few doors below our present More, We will sell onr select stock of PIANOS. OBGAWS, MUSICAL INHTBUMKNTS, BBKBT^SSM . MUSIU and BOOKS at irreat bargainsf^^^M 1 for the next thirty days. ? Gt Em WIJLD Sc BRO?? I 723 Ub a tree! northwest, ( Sole Agents for the Stieff and tbe Krantwft 4 Bach ^ Pisnos and Ester Organ*. Pianos for Kent very low during the mtn ^ piAHOS. PIANOS, PIANOS. PIANOS. SIDNEY X. NIJLIIO, W&reroomt: No. 4S? Tth itrNt Mrthwwt 1 ORGANS, ORGANS, ORGANS, ORGANS. Open Evenings on til g jq o'clock. mlT " WOW IS THE TIME c Sitatot- .. .w TO ORDER AWNINGS. -?* *TT if tbe DIB to make them. M3UMUI BfMJL a ZZ3 itoi kkstibtr j. v. k. hutl'e. 1506 pbxna. ave !2?fc*l nr,ruiw?*t- ?m 18.0 Bat KHltkMIt . vi jin a st southeast (furnished^ M ultq ?t .. ?< 1427 o st. nor Lb west ... ?o 14.V Coicvtan St .. .hi im wa?Lin?rtoa at 15 money to loan at 6 rer ewt on rea'. oatate security. 3 v. n. huyce. j'l lai is <j lvnnaj Ivuit ?tr, BUSINESS CHANCES. 1:k?k stm ah a *m"u The STvK'l ln 1 tbadk cf Mea"s. v ntns and Kys' tilot'i i- a and 1 urr i?hiii?t is 'be store n >. six) m. lf< raierly ji'5 1 mitre street). Geor?et?wb. h-*m by tt c n> der*i<rn*<l as asslinsoe of a lw-rwantrer. twii*: oul.. hi amk8 edwards F'k s^le- -a hand soow hold# 6(1 1 <*d? of ?aii . mi l be acid reaeoual'le if applied f t aediately 321 2dst northeest jet-tt* On phi day. June 10ih. at 12 oVlock b" ?a. will be *>fit<red for sa:e a* anrtioi. the 8tock. ft\iure? and uocd \\ of i>kt<i ,-nohe. s ithw*it corner tfth nod h ?ta nnrthwe?t )e7 St* "l^ob sai e-lleat mahkkt (iakden in th.< a District, containing at. Acre*. turee tniVee from city, on the Hennin*'? !; >%! Improveineuto a new Erin e b.we and a Utah a for four h >rar?-. with a variety of funi ar.,t a never f. i'ni sprin* of inw water. W.u i,? ao!d low ?? th* owter hastrone it.to buai::i*a In the ct'r. Ari'lv at No 12 ii st northeast. j1; j?t jn at I'hik i.kank?an i'm ar-it fimt-i'imi oonf1c TlOSIlif stand. fit.e st rernoai. elegant laive c' lcteted ee'lar, with oven, all cmvfatuttf s arrai ?re<* f,.r i-o?ductliiir a pr .table bti?:naa, .'r sr.it.aMe tor ac\other Misiu??e. beta* central an ! located oa one cf the be?t busine streets .n 11 ir''iwf?tern aectluli. w ill sl-o ] * iw tjeiew.tli t'ls dw Fl.lintl prrti in Of i se. tw*lve r.'.iu-. vrh a'l n i dero tn i rovcments. If no desired, sone .?f the rooms of *Inch ?r? no* under rental to ?r<>od p?> li if tenant* l'riw nio.i?>r?t?> to a * ?vl s irtr stelgell & 1-1ab*- km w n 1-f st 1418 New York ave. \y anted?To Purchase for alnut ? vu i-aa'i. ? ? a < i* or ei*ht-rortm hockk ,u ?oo<loondltion and In a r?a|*-otable oolirtbofhoal no tiru to c? p:toi ui:l AddrwtuJ.c o. ft vr of fioe. j ^ ?< J" no a pkehc .1t. At bis lieal est?te et.'uantre, 14 (' k ktiiltjt XOiTHWFSt Paseii t*tti.t.fu! brj l.dini) 1. ?1h n?ar du-<ont c nle t'^at c?.n bad now for le*n tbaafcocji* j>er foot, on easy 1^nu? l'ubhoutl'ti Keal estate ev^hanre ^t 1416 f t'.reet n~?rtbw *?t ho. a pbeht'olt, ~ At bl* h a-. kstate ei-han^, h!6 f sram soiuhvi ivi lias far sa't a most ealrabiu UhslDF.noe. on k nr?-et norti!*?st, riirlit in th?> heart of the fi:iest lmprnvi n cat*?a b&riraiu , _ l'lklis?c;oxx'a ikt-a' esta^o Exchan^s, j c-3t u'.fl f atrtet aorthwsct. ? -Oi.o of tli* l> ?t l ?r*ted UltOJK BIE8 in taecity: stocA of tl.m'i; Onls reaa?n for se! in? want of rarita! 1 niir.? of babi nri! a my i.t -n < ;<: t.a avs l?ob * *l" - mi ?-\ . leut 1 \ti ?t ami oi v 1 kv r bektl ej'ck. wi'h th'iw'ful >lihdt?, on tb? b. (t.li li , 2d minute-' rltie from washington an 1 5('froni lt?!tiiaor? wi 1 be mid at nrwit batvaiti by wst h main a: buom . Cuar'.es Hotel. c< r. ai d i'* ave niTtliwfst. j-4 'h* 5 k :v,rt d?.? '-a?.|. tw story fuamk i DWKlXISd, No. th2"> (itb at northwest aevua rooms ai d snmmer kitchen, frnit la j>ard, low i r.o-. <asy uiu.t.o?tier leaviuir c.ty. in jure oa j renise*. je.t c.t* ]a> d ' A vont(.omfky r ipnty. m vrvi and. 1 htve OorMUY heath. f\bm-( i i1 \ill'('f. 111 sidls?'vk f? r *?le. to whioli tb'' attention i f parti** wv kinif h >n . ? "ii in\c-1 i,<'iit? ia ' aplicited. wauw1ck i'. m1llek. hi^noer v" e Maryland jei i?* fob on.- m e from ? . ra -k, . tlin-e fonrtbs m.ie from ailualaii, ta? It- & v?. b. k., 2r.'^ aires, r(i lmprovo l, l>* ?ui-t w i|-tin_bert-d, .tr^r orchard <>t >oun* fruit trw*. Frioe. ?4,?i0. AJdreea H WliX18TO>. a'h.'-s, LraofordCo , PeDtia u, I.^ou ha1-e."(jir exc11 \n(1e 1 .)u ( t l v l'l. l? ehy-iabm of 27h acre? in m'inurouiwf connty, md. . irood dweliidk and ont bniijlutfs; excellent onlarde; well-watered and fenced li milts Irom Wathmstou : 8 from depot ai ply w. e. bcbfobd, 1116 f street. m25-lm* OB KALE?H'lOBE No. It 1W 11th st northweet; Kccd buein'-s? stand. 1'rice tl.TN) Tenemert biuee >o. 1617 Jlth st. north *em, price ?1.300. a so. htore at comer of 10th aud 0 st? in>rtb?est, p'icc6i.(w0 Term? to anit. b. y. le1gbton. 32;t4)ast. north?e*t rnlfi lm* I~>AUTlEts lewtnq fill! t'lty. ob OTBEUil wlebitu'' to dispose of their fubm rt'be at tlie hl?rh<*t ca b prloea, addreaa boi 7i, hur otlio*. mil lm* To invenlxjba. money advanced oi* i*pobtant aafl valcable inventions, alUier before or kftas patent. Boa 86. Star offioe. cect: ho csef^tyi'sfllk gs. iim: im.atlb wake. ca8teb8, pickle jabs. cake basketbciieu disue-t berbt dhhks. 8p03kb rOBKS. ko. Sole Agent In the District of Columbia f >r EDDi'd celebkatkd btfuioebatoks, hi. w. bkvkuidue. je4 No. lOOtt pennsylvania artnuc. ti akitiiaioktavdtoe ouehx'h walnut diking bogm uepbiqf"ato*s. wat tli ooole1uj. cbeam pbxfzwb' all at lowest i bices. cf.o. hatrs,*^ m28 2w 814 7th at., five door- above pa ave. pOB 111E ?EASO>i We are offertn* at j rlcea as low as they '-an be obtained in thia or inuurtueru ciUea. the Seasonable Goods: befb1gebatcbp, chs am pbeezeb8. water cot.leus akp filtlbb. jelly tumblekb, (-oda tcmislebs, And a full lueof ilgumfqrclahimr Qoade of th?* Iwwt gnality. china cbockeby and silveb plated wabe wi1^? %kth + kp-?|onsto*. Uj7 70S Market Spare. 1? kffbh.icb4tohn, w atku (xk)lebs. oil and gaw stovks, cooking stoves and banges, We can show the lar?reat aes^irtment in the city; All atlow prices. a1?0 Oarbrtiied l'ai<qt, Moth mu1dew and Water Froof The attention of Builders and others Is invited to our la* mhortmeat of Siate Mant?'a, Ijitrobes. Brick set Baurea. and Furnaces We are amenta for the Social and FireBlde Jewel Latrobee St (Jeor^e and slw Head Elevated oven Bantre and lUdiaat Uoaie Furnace. Estin.au* ni\tn for Tiuulnir. Plumbimr and Heating h. i. jksk* * co., ni7 "j 17 7ih at* n w. uibekatuk^ xcx chest8. wa1eb oooleb^. ice cbeam fbeezibh. ujfl a full stock of housefubmshing goods. at j. ie. ncll aefek'tf 1090 Seven elk Street. apXX aeowa haw faai atrwwpa LOI IMANA STATE LOTTESV. this 18 the only lofreby evek v ?ted un and endohbku by the FHOl'le of ant state. D8PRECEDEHTED ATTBACTION' oveb half a MIlXluN d18tbibutld LonUiana State ?ottei*r Compasf. Incon-orated In ms for 25 years by the Lmnsature for Edncationil and <"haritable purpose*? alth a capital of l.ooo.ooo-to whi<-h a reserve and of over ?420.0(s/ has since t?ea \tf overwbelmimr popu.ar vole its franchise cm naif a 1 ait of the present State Constitution idoi'ted December 2d. a. d . 1k7h ith guand single ncmbeb dba win 08 rion will take place monthly. It Srwr 8cal+* or f*o*t]X>nes. Look at the following diatrtbutioa: Grand Promenade Concert, during which will take plaoe the xb3u ouam) Mokthlt akd tdi lxtbaobtinaby semi annual dbawisq at new oblean8. tuesday. june Uta, 1881. Jnder thej>er?OLal suiiervlaion and management of Jen. g. t. bbaubbgabd, of LoBisiaaa. and iten. jubal a. early, of Virginia capital pbize, ?10u. 000. rr-Notice.?Ticket* are Ten Dollars on'y. Halves, ?. Fifths. ?3. Tenths. ?1. list of phizkh. 1 Capital Pr.re of gloo.tsiO eiw.too 1 Grand Priae of 60.000 ?0.t)00 1 Grand Pnee of 20.OoO ....... 2o."00 2 Lanre Prlaesof 10.W-0 4 Lame lYteesof 6.000........ 3>),on0 20 Prizes of lofjo 2<i.?? 60 " ?<?0 t*10 100 " s< ho. 000 900 tl10 40, <*>0 600 * ion........ 5u.500 10 coo i? 100,000 appbcximation pkfzeb. 100 Approximation Pmes of ?w. jo. w0 100 " " 16...... t.6<w ' 1~79 I'riiw, amnuntinir to (522 000 Geo. g. t/beauhegabd, of 1a.. j co?._ Ben. jubal a. eably, of vi , t ii,rlio?tion for rat's to clubs should only be .aoe to the ofl.oe of the Oompany in new Orleans. ? rite for drcalaia or send orders to m. a. dauphin. NEW OBLBAXB, LA., w k. a daupht*. at no 212 ihioairwatjfaw Toaa. Or 4.r.hwbbacb. 1I6 005 lfili it m.w*. WAMuaaroa. D.0a