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WASHINGTON flEDIfFSDAT JE7HIE 15, 1881. CROSBY ft. NOTE* EdlMT. The Kvenlnc Mt*r has a rrgnlar, permanent. bonn fide dally rlrrulation more than treble ihnt of an y other dnllv paper published In Washington, and equal to that of all the other daily paper* here added together. Thk Stab office is connected with tbe Telephone Exchange. Advertisements. orders for the paper by mail sr.d otherwise, news, or any InformatioB or business can bt sent day or night. free of charge. Persons leaving the city for the summer can have Thi Stab mailed to them. postpaid, for fifty cents per month, and the address chamed as often as desired. Tbe Speculative Room. Tbe spirit of speculation lsr*m:aat lu this country. All classes and conditions of people art-, mere or 166?, infected by It. and the mania is on the increase. In nine cases out of ten where two or three men meet togethjr, these days, the subject of stocks, their probable rise or fall, etc., is talked of. There are numbers of men who regularly pursue the business of encouraging persons to speculate. These men know all the "points" of the market, and their usual proposition Is to advise the uninitiated how to invest, under an agreement that the profits of the venture shall be divided equally. If there is loss, the party who furnishes the money bears it all, of course. In a single hour at mid-day an observer can see almost every class represented among those who call to anxiously watch the board. A lucky investment by one person gives to all of hl3 or her friends the speculative fever, and It spreads rapidly. One of the arguments used by those who encourage speculation Is that there is little or no danger of loss: that If a stock declines a point or two one day It will recover in a short time If the Investor will hold on; that there Is so much money in the ccuntry that wlil go into stock investments, and this will keep the prices up. The number of stocks put upon the boards in the large cities, particularly In N--w York, Is constantly increasing. The fact that msny o. them are worthless does not se-Mi, at present to receive much consideration. Few of them comparatively, perhaps, have a real value, ai>leven fewer would attract lu vestments upj their own merits. The day will probably com when the false "bottom" will drop out of these worthless stocks, and then there will oe nu mercus mourners. The report of our health officer for the month of Mav, just issued, shows that the District enjoyed unusual healthfulnes3 during that month. There were fewer dea' hs by su than during the month preceding, and less br 51 than during the month of May last year. The dally mean barometer for May. iss), wis 30 os3: last month. 30.033; dally mean temperature May, 1SS0.70 9: last month. t>7.9; dal'y mean humidity May. 1S80, was 5S.5; last moath, GJ.3. Tue prevailing dlrectlohof wind was from the south during both months, but the dilly tn^an rainfall during May, 1**), exceeded that of last month 1 51 inches. There does not seem to be difference enough in the atmospheric conditions of the periods named to have caused the difference In death rate of the twj months, and we must accordingly conclude that we are improving In healthfulnes9. The death rat e of last month, 19.73 per 1,000, nearly reaches the minimum. Touching the talk that the dcmocra'3 of Ohio might make ex senator Thwman their candidate for governor this fall, that gentleman writes to his son, In Columbus, that he could not accept the nomination if tendered. lie add>: "I made up my mind when I left the Senate that I would return to private life for good and ever, and 1 remain of that mind." Those who want to nominate Mr. Tkurman are not without hope, notwithstanding this letter. T'aey think that U he ac^pted a position on the monetary commission after returning "to private life for good and ever" he would not refuse the governorship of Ohio If handed to him on a silver salver, so to speak. And this, even though lie might still "remain of that mind." A good many politicians are like Byron's heroine, who, whispering she would ne'er consent, consenttd. ? The information from Maine Is that ex Gov e-tcr Dtrgley, editor of the Lewl3ton Journal, Is likely to be nominated by the republicina to succeed Senator Frye in the second congressional district. The greenbackers ani deraocats will unite upon a candidate In the hope 0 carrying the district, a3 their success in the effort may result In glvlr % the organization o the House of Representatives to the democrats next winter. Mr. Dlngley, like Mr. Frye, is however, very popular in the district, and if he is nominated there la little doubt he will ba elected. The election occurs in September. TSTI GIVE PPir-IAL ATTENTION TO ALL IV KINDS OE PLITlBnC WOK K. Also to thi REPAIRING OF RANGES. FURNACES. EIRE-FLACE HEATERS. and METAL ROOF3. We have a lartre stock of GARDEN HOSE AND HOSE RAELS. WATER COOLERS AND FILTERS, MONITOR OIL STOVES, RETORT GAS STOVES. And are selling GAS FIXTURES at thb LOWEST PRICES. edward caverly k co., mlt 1425 New Yqbk avyxra ?500 REWARD! OVER A MILLION OE I'BOF. ?il ll/?IFTTE'S 1 11i:\C ll kidney pads Have already been sold In this country and in France. eve?y one of which has (riven perfect sat.f.fact;->n, and has performed cure* e\ery time when rsed according to directions. We now Kay to the aitlicted and doubtin* ones that ?e will pay the above reward for a siu*le CAM; of LA.tlE BACK That the Pad falls to cure. This Great Remedy will POSITIVELY and PERMANENTLY cure Lumbavo, Lame Back, Sciatica, Gravel, Diabetes. Dropsy, Bri^ht's Disease of tbe Kidneys, incant'.nence and Retention of the Urin?. Inflammation ol the KidLeyr. Catarrh of the Bladder, High Colored Urine. Fain in the Back. Hide or Loins, Nervous Weakness, and in fact ah disorders of the Bladder and Unnary Organs whether contracted by private disease or otherwise. LADIES, if you are suffering from Female Weakness or aty disease of the Kidneys, Bladder, or Urinary Organs, YOU CAN BE CURED* Without swallowing nauseous medicines, by simply wearing PROF. Ciril.^IF.TTE'S FREHH K I UM.V PAI>, WHICH CUBE 3 BY ABSORPTION. Ask yonr druggist for PRu*. GUiLMETrk'8 FRENCH KIDNEY PAO *rd take no other. Ifhe has cot trot it. send 12.10 and you will receive the Pad by l eturn mad. PROF. GUILMETTE'S FRENCH LIVER PAD Will positively cure Fever and A true. Dumb A .rue, A true Cake. Billions l ever, Jjundics, Lysp??pi-.a. ak?i ah dxaets of the Li\>r, Stomach and Blood Price $1.50 by mail. ?end for i'rof. liuilmette'* Trtau?e on the Kidneys and Liver, free by mail Address FRENCH PAD CO,, Toledo OIlio* NCHEII.1K A SEEVEMS, Agents, )t'.l .*>03 Penns) Irani a avenue* I^UNNINGHAM. THE WELL-KNOWN, RELI \j able HATTEIl. is prepared to do all kinds of work tn Ids hue. New hLLK HATS mads to order, <T'e* "modeled. Reui?mb#r the number? 740 8th Ktreft northwest. m*r34 Musical auih ritces on deceer BROTHERS' PIANOS -The-d-re 'Jnomas, H. B. Mi'ls. Wm. Mas>n: 1 h?y !)? are, in e*er? rested. superior inst-u-"" Dents. Tleir tone i? puce. rich, br.lilant very distitct, and ot an entirely musical character. Tfceir workrr ansLip is f the very i>esi. Tfcey are nt*nrpa*ted by any o'h.r piano fort?? we have r G. H. KCHN, Solo Ainnt, also far Birdett Organs. ma I I AT HALF THEIR VALVE. MEM'S LOW QUABTEB SHOES. < LADIES LASTING GAITERS. MISSES' SANDALS AND TIBS. WHITE KID SLIPPEBS. L. UEILBRVif, No. 40-2 7 th fctrect. Sign?Thf. Old Woman in Wimpqw. Jel5-3t LINEN LAWNS. 2, ?00 yards ALL-LINEN PRINTED LAWNS, at 25 cents; former price 37)$ cents COjieces, 2,000 j ard", of WHITE ALL-LINEN LA*NM, at 25, 30. 35. 373*. 45. 50 and 62M cents; all pure inen and the best qualities in the city far the morey. LACES. f?WIH?, NAINSOOK and OAMBBIO EMBROIIIRIEH, In endless vmiety. Ladies' and (lent.emeu's GAUZE UNDERWEAR, cheap. Agents for Universal Fashion Co.'s Patterns. BBOWN & OLAOETT, 809 Market Space. IADIF.S, BEF#BE I EATING THK CITY order J your WATER WAVJiS. asUiey are unequalled in beauty and prices, at H. PHILIPPI'8, 801 7th st. northwest. WATER WAVES made of Ladies' own Hair. 1 heir wear gu?ranteed at any exposure of the wea ther Also, COMBINGS handsomely made into BBAICS. and accurate D1EING in every shade.at II PHILIPPI'S, Jei5-2t* 802 7th st. northwest. SUMMIT lOIFT HOTEL, GAITHERPBURG; MD.?This Resort will he open for the A ? ? A reception of auesis Jane 15th. The situ- VcnAV atloD is unsurpassed. It is a handsomeUiBU new building, with modern improvements, situated in an oak trrove, opposite Satrar Loaf Mountain Open for the first time this season. Every effort will be made to make it homelike and attractive. MBS. M. T. BOUTHALL, 827 Vermont av. northwest. jel5?0t THE ALLAIRE, Si ring Lake, N.J .a. . A rt>ens June 25th A new house, iiind.fpMn ern construction and furnishing. 1HH1 E. M RICHABDSON, Proprietor. G. F IIADLfcY, MaLager. ,el5-w&?2m .^EATE MANTELS. Builders and house-owners will find a large and varitd assortment of the above goods, at prices as low as an; house in th? city, at the factory. Ox C, Near Sixth St. KoErawr.si. Whclf sale and Retail. Jel4 ?>t*,?c,2p LA PRINCESS Is the name of our new 6-cent CIGAR; it is superb. SICKLE ti' California OWar Store, No. 1011 Penn. av., btt. 10;h sud 11th st*. js^4 DRY GOODS. BURDETTES GRAND OPENING Thiswetk of WHI1E GOODS, and other thin Fabrics for Summer. 50 pieccs of Itdia Linens at ...20 cents 800 do. of In?Ma linens at 25 cent* 2oO do. of India Linens at 30 cents 110 do. of India Linens at 87)$ cent* 25 do- of Persian Lawns at 25 cent' 100 do. of Persian Lawns at 31fc cents 60 do. of Persian Lawns at. 37X cents 25 do. of Persian Lawns at 45 coats 500 do. of Beautiful Lawns at 12>a cents 100 do. of Victoria Stripes at 12>$ cants 3C0 do. of French Dotted and Figured Swiss at 12X, IB, 20, 25 SO, 40, and 50 cents per yard. 50 pieces of French Grenadines and Hernannies Plain Plaid and Brocaded from 25 oent9 up to 82.25. Alto 510 Parasols and Sun Umbrellas of the best at reduced Trices. 1 his will be a special offering, and worthy the attention of a.'i buyers. W. 1?. BI RDCTTE & CO , Nos. 7lh ht?, and jel3 3t ?Ot> K st. northwest* COC11UAKE 4c CO., OFFER THE BALANCE OF A LAR3E NEW YORK IMPORTER'S STOCK OF SILK MITTS, AT HALF PRICE. GBLAT VARIETY OF PATTERNS AND SPLENi/ID QUALITIES, AT 37)$, 50, 02. 75, 81 Asy> $1.25 PEB Pais WE HAVE DUPLICATED THAT SPLENDID LINE OF FINE NAINSOOK EMBROIDERIES, SO FAVORABLY RECEIVED LAST WEEK. INSPECTION OF GOODS HARKED DOWN IS ASKED. COCHRANE & CO., 15ill street and New York are*, Opposite Biggb' Bake. Jel3 rpo THE LAD VS. Our superior facilities enab!e us to do up La-e Curtains the same as new This work isdoaeby our new process without the usual risks of mutilating the curtain. C*rpe;Cov>rs of any size Laundried without ripping. COLLARS AND CUFFS. There is no possible excuse for longer wearing tumbled down and wrinkled collars. Our work in this line cannot be approached in this city; we give a uniform finish and beautiful color. You are cordial'y invited to inspect the workings | of our model Laundry, the only Institution of the kind South. THE SWISS LAUNDRY, Jel3-3t 1422 F Street Nobthwest. TKOPICALS. CHOICE STOCK OF LIGHT COATINGS 8UITING3. ahd I TROUSERINGS. LADIES' BIDING HABITS A SPECIALTY, i Afier the Latest English Stylos. SUITABLE CLOTHS IN STOCK. WM. 8. TEEL, loll 988 Ptnaa. avs ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE FOLLOWING NEW STYLES OF CLOTHING Just received at THE AVENUE CLOTHING HOUSE, 939 Pesnsylvabia Ayexub. Nf w Styles of Fine Light-colored Cassimere Suits. >ew i?tj lea of Fine cheviot Suits. New stj )es of Pine Bilk-faced Check Suits. Ntw Styles of Kine Dress Suits. New My lea of Fine Kerge Suits New Sty'es of Fine Flannel and Yacht 013th Suit*. New Htyles of Fine Diab d'Etat Suits. New St>tea of Kvenlsg Suits. Fifty New HtyWe of e Pants. Immense Variety of White Vents. THE L*TEeT SENSATION IN CHILDREN'S SUITS. Tf e Royal Blue Jack Tar Suit*, from 4 to 11 years l?t suns of every descrii tion for ilea and Boys BOYto' AND CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT COMPLETE IN EVERY PARTICULAR. NEW GOODS RECEIVED DAILY. IF" Fricts always tbe very lowest. A. STRAUS, No, 939 Pennsylvania Avenue, ' Je4 FIY* Voo&B MOM IOIH BraaEr. IMPROVEMENT ADVERTISEWENT NO. 3. * TOD WILL NOT ICS AT THE BOTTOM OF TBI8 ADVERTISEMENT THAT WE AGAIN SPEAK OF THE SAME GOODS THAT OUB LAST ADVIBTIBEMENT CALLED ATTENTION TOTHEBE IS NOTHING THAT BUIN8 WOOLEN GOODS AB MUCH AS DUST. BO ALL OF THEM HAVE GOT TO GO. WE HAVE PLACED ON A COUNTEB SIXTY BOYb' SUITS, (FOB BOYS THAT WEAR LONG PANTS,) AT SIX DOLLARS; THEY ARE GCOD VALUE, AND AT FOUR EIFTY TH1Y ARE VERY CHEAP. ANOTHER LOT THAT WE THINK WAY BELOW AlCE 1^ AN All. WOOL TWEED SUIT FOB CHILDRE> THAT BOLD WELL AT FOUR, THAT WE NOW MARK AT (3; a HERE ABE NCfT MANY 01 TBIS LOT. (ONLY NINETEEN BUIT8). TH LOT OF BIX HUNDRED CHILDREN'S SUIT? THAT WE MARKED THE CaOICE OF AT FOUR DOLLARB HAS BEEN GREATLY REDUCED THEY MAY LABT A FEW DAYS YET, AND IF YOU DO WISH ONE DON'T DELAY IT. THE 5" AND 75 CENT GREY ALPACA JACKETS ARE NEARLY ALL GONE. WE WANT YOU TO COME AND BEE THESE GOODS, AND YOU WILL AF PRECIATE HAVING A HOUSE LI EE OURS IN WASHINGTON. A. SAKS A CO., THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS, 316 and 318 7ill street. Jel3 CABBIAOES! CARRIAGES! CARRIAGES! A rearly new. very lisrht Victoria, $?00; Brtoms Street Brewster Coupe, ttgSagSJ $'250: light Coopelette, $39(1; nearly new w Come Bockaway, $300. O.lier fcecond-hand Car rlsges frrrn $75 up. Repairing promptly attended to. ROB r. H. GRAHAM, Repository and Factor?, Jel3-3t 4UM16 8th et. northwest. SINGLETON A IIOEKE, SOI Market ?pac?, Are c fieriKg the GREATEST BARGAINS OF THZ SEASON. The best ALL WOOL EX1BA SUPER INGRAIN CARPET at 75 ctms per yard, reduced from 90 cents and $1. _ _ A handsome line of TAPEBTRY BRUSSELS, at 75 atd 85 cents per yard BODY BBUoSEi S, from 81.25 to 81.65 per yard. MATTINGS. OILCLOTHS. A:o , &3., at correspondingly low prices LOOJ-E FURNlTCRE COVERS and WINDOW B1IADEH made to order. CARPETS SENT FOR, CLEANED and RE TURNED at short notice. SICGLEION k HOEKE, jell 801 Market Space. j^?RS J. P. PALMER Respectfully announces to hc-r numerous friends and customers that she will leave for Europe In the Steamer Parthia, of the Cuuard line, on the 29th intt She will visit both Paris and London on matters connected with her profession, and any ladiei who may wish to consult her in re'erence to their Millintry crders she would bo pleased to have then: call upon her prior to her departnre. Jell / < BENAD1NE WINDSORS. * GRENADINE TECKSGRENADINE TIES WHITE DUCK VESTS. WM. 8. TEEL. jell 935 Pennsylvania avenue. MEN'S AND BOYS' STRAW- AND WOOL HATfi in trreat variety ami prices low. Boys' Linen Jackets and Panto,'-5 cents each boys' Alpaca Coats and Jackets. $1 and up. Boys' odi Woollen Jacket*. $1, 41.'25 and up. Separate Pants from 75 ceLti to $1 and up. Striped Mohair C?>atP, suitab e for office wear, $1 and $1.25 upwards fctriped office coats, 40 and 50 cents. Six trauze Ufcdershiits for ?1. At 1914 and 1916 Penna. Avs , Jell J. W. SELBY. CJAVB YOUR MONEY. H The HERTFORD LO*N and SAVINGS ASSOCIATION BANK, No. 1422 N?w Vork avenue (Ivans Building), will be OPEN July i, 1881. Pbares rf H"ck are $10 each, bearing interest, at 5 icr cent. Interest is paid on deposits at sauie rate PrcsptctuB furnished at Bank Jell-2w* QREAT BARGAINS IN LAWNB AND OTHER SUMMER DRESS GOODS, PABABOLB AND SfJN UMBKKT.LAS, FIGURED HWISS MUSLINS, BOBIKRY AND GLOVES. Our entire stock offered at very low prices. We solicit a call from all in want of Dry Goods. W3I. It. K1LEV, "Riley Building," southeast corner 9th and E St>e*t no^'hwtst. Jell-tit KING'S PALACE. WONDERFUL, BUT TItUE. THE GREATEBT MARK DOWN IN PRICES OF ! MILLINERY IN THE CITY. COMPETITION DEFIED. BOTE KING'S PALACE SLAUGHTERING PRIOES. We Offeb the Following: 15 cases of French Chips and Seven Knd?, in all the desirable shade*, from 62 cents to $1. Rough and l'eady of ill shapes; also Porcapines, at 25c , 37c , 40c., 45c , 50c. to 61C. Fay ails, in all colors and Btyles, at 37c., 40c., 50c. to 75c Ote hundred different styles of Ladies'. Children's and Mistes' Hats, in Canton, Milan, Tuscan, Petal. ManlUa and Tape, fresh from our last importation, at prices which challenge competition. Children'*, Misses' and Ladies' Bailors by the thousands will be sold at astonishingly low prices. Our stock of Featbers and Plumes, in all shades and trades, is the largest yet offered, and wili be told at 35c., 50c., COc , 75c. to $1, $2, $3. $5. according to quality. Our assortment of Silks and Hatins is truly wonderful; also, our Ribbons must be seen to be appreciated, not alone for the immense quantity, but also for the extraordinary low figures. Our stock of Laces is immense, and represent all the leading manufacturers of Europe. Although Spanish Laces have considerably advanced, we sell ours at less than market value. KID GLOVES. We shall offer, as usual, our famous King's Palace Kid, 3 and 4 buttons, from $1 to $1.25. The very beat Lace Kids at $1.75 only. Our stock of Parasols ?e are willing to Bell at 50 per cent, below cost to close out the entire lot. 3 he handsomest and largest show room In the cliy. KING'" PALACE HALL i? now replete with the h( icest Pattern Hat* and Bonnets, which will be old at a great reduction. If prices will tell our goods axe bsund to sell. We invite all to the gTeat and grand K.IN(>i'S PALACE, jelO-lm 814 7th street. LI ILK UMBRELLA 83 TO $'0, ?3 Larpe stock for Ladies' aDd Gentlemen. Also, WagoukLd Baggy UMBRELUaa, $2 to $5. BTINEMETZ'S, Je4 1237 Pennsylvania avenue. yj H. WHIATLEY'S * BTEAM DYEING AND WET AND DBT SCO(JBIK? ESTABLISHMENT. Will call for and deliver WORK anywhere In the District, upon reoeipt of address by mail or otherllM. Goods receive* and returned by mail and express from and to all parts of the country. No. 1UOS (old 4 ft) Jefferson *>tr??t, *p8 Near Bridge, Georgetown. D. O JOCKET CLCB WIII-KY ?The cream of BYE VMIIJ-K1E?, t?!d, mellow and pure. Physicians rtc^mmena it. Get the be*t For sale by W A OFFUT1'A BSO. Je9-2w Cor- B'l^tfo asrt HUb ats ,Qeorg?toro N OW IB THE TIME TO ORDER AWNINGS, and HAI8LKTT is the man tnmake them. ml3 2m 817 MARKET SPACE. WAJNT8. WASTED?veverat firnt cU?? DRES3M %?EBS; also. APPRENTICES Apply No. 4S7 P<sonsylvsnla avenue ponh>w.t lt? WANTED?A tidy GIYL, to oook and wash and iron in a small faaoi y at m 'derate wutm ; n.UBt be neat -408 * street nor;hwest. it* T*T ANTED?A BOY to learn a trade. Apply thia It ever.lux i223 Pennsylvania avenue northwest, np stalls It* WANIED-Gentleman haviDg ?135 NICHOLS * I f. FEVJfR GUN, i. early new, would like to make trade for Hone and Uufltyor Hor*e alone. Addre?s X, Star office. Jel5ftl?-2t \\TANTED?An experienced HAND to a t?nd Hot TT lnncb bar and assist in waitiLg Mu-t hav* reference TANGIER OYS1 BR DEPOT. 9th aud E BtB. northwest. It* WANTED?Thres good colored OIRLS for ueneral house work to iro t > Connecticut: liberal wages. E M. BIRCH ARD, 354 l\)nusylv.< ia a\?nue. It* TV ANTED?A white GIRL, to wash, iron, do TT centra housework *nd take care of ouecalld In a small family. 1120 7th street aoutheaat. near Navy Yard. Jal6-3>* TIT ANTED?A firat-clasa DWELLING in the 11 noriliweetern section of tbeoity, worth from $10,000 to $1?,0<K). Apply at onca YOUNG & CALDWKLL, 1420 Htff Vorfc avenue. Jel6-3t WANTED-A sevted oolcred WOMAN tj do general house work in a email fa oily; one who thoroughly understauds her business. Apply at 921 Virginia avenue southwest. Jel6 2t* YVAN'J ED?A ii-st class LACNDBKS-5 (colore!) 11 to wash aud iron for a private family; references rrqntied: none but a competent peraoi teed apply, call at ^27 H ttieet noithwfest. J il? '!>.* WASTED?By adult* charge of a furnished HOUSE for the summer, or would rent two furrlstied communicating rooms, second flior, nor h wet tern part of the city; best of rt fercncs. Address "Permanent." S ar office. Je.5-2t* WAftTKD?iMMEDiATiLT?In a small aud private family a respectable WOMAN who can appreciate a good and permanent hnmo; must be a Ki od coo* ; no w ashing; triug ref rence. 122H I Rtrtet northeast. it? WANTAD?For Baltimore, New York Oity and Boston White and Colored Oo^ks, Chambermaids*] d Waitresses. For Springs. Waiters sua Cooks SERVANTS for thin city. Families furnished. Llcersed Agency, 926 F street northwo?t. 0. E. PRICE & CO. it* T\7ANTED?Two communicating FUBM3HED " ROOMS, first floor, suitable for office for a physician, between 3d and 10 h streets and Pennsylvania avenue and F tt. Address PHYSICIAN. Star offlte. jel4 2t* WANTED?A HOUSE and MUGGY to keep for the stunner by a strictly reliable party splendid pastare on the farm. It will have but little driving. Addr. ss S. F. B., Navy Yard, Washington. P.C ^careobieTeauinter. Jel4-3.* T\TANTED-A good COOK, also a white FARM TT BAND. Apply to LEW 18 C KENGLA. Stalls Nos. 73 and 74, ('enter Market, 7th-st. wing. JeI3 3t* WANTEP?Bv a single gentleman antceiy-furntsbed ROOM with BOARD, located between 9th and 15ih Htnets an* Pennsj lvania avenue and G street Address Bjx 131. Star otlice. Jel3-3t We NTED?To rmrcnase MILITARY BjUNTY LAND WARRANTS, SUPREME COURT SCRIP and SOLDIERS ADDITIONAL HOMESTEAD CLAIMS. WM. J. JOHNSTON. Attorney at-Law. Room 41 Le Droit Building. 80J F at, northwest. at>4-8m LOST AND"FOUND. JF THE POC'KETBOOE taken on Sunday night from 92(5 L st northwest be returned with pio tures and papers a liberal reward will be givea. li* LOST?Tuesday afternoon, between the American Tea Store and Hunt's Millinery St ire. a lady's Irfcb PURSE. A liberal reward will be Hiven if left at 927M K at. northwest. it* LOST?Tuesday nbfht In neighborhood of Farragut Square, aPA('KA9Eof Memoranda and orher 1'arers belouging to the Board of Trustees of the lultlic Schools rJ he finder is requited to rtturu the same to JOBN H. feROOKS. 927 18th st. nor.bwe6t. It* OST?14th of Jure, a Red Colored POoKKrBOCE, containing 85 gold piece, 81 in silver piece, $1 greenback, and some Bmall change Liberal reward at Drug Store, 824 12th atreet north west Jel5 3t* LOST?5tli inst., a black and tan terrier DOG; cropped ears; little white spot on his breast Suitable reward if returned to 218 D street northwest. Jel33t* COUNTRY BOARDING. ClOURTRY BOAUD?Large airy rooms; abund) aLce of shade and grass; pure milk and comforts of a home; on r*ilrn?d ten minutes ride from city. Addiess COMFORT,Star office. J14-3..* CIOUNTRY BO?RD, FOUlfMILES OUT. ME) troi o itan branch, B tc O li lt. House large, grrunds shady. Sta'ion on pliee. Addr-ss Mr?. J B. W1LTBERGER, care FRANK HAMILTON, Navy Departm?nt. Jel4-Si* (lOOMRY BOARD?In private family,fue mitts ' from Alexandria. Vs. Cool, pleaBant hum', and shady giounds; ?xc?edingly healthy. Two tieii'lemen wanted for the summer. Terma $25 a month Vehicles to and from town when wanted, free of chartre. Reference required. Address SUMMER tOAltDirit, btasoffice. Jel4-5t* UUMmTr BOAHD ON FARM-North Hi'I, O Clarie county, Va , via Washington and Ohio Railroad to Round Hhl, and via shensn Valley R#i road to Berryville, five miles to my residence. Send for circular. Address Cast'eman's Ferry, Clarie co , Va., C M. CaSTLEM AN. m30-eo2m C1UUN1RY BuAhD?Talbott House, Barnesville, > Md , two miles from the Sugar Loaf Mountain. lerms very low. Arply as above, or to G F. HYLE, Room 2, Le Droit Bulidiig, Washing toe, P.O. ji4-lm A COOL REfcORT FOB THE SUM Mill, fit Bf-yd's Station, Md., 29milea from city; 70j leet above ti(?e water; the air is pure and delicious large rooms, shsdy lawn; mail twice daily; telegraph ar d i xrrtSB office; fishing, hunting, with all out-door sports; horses to ride an4 drive. Address B. BUliDElTJf, Boyd Station. Maryland. Je4 12t* C10CNTRY BOARD?PRIVATE FAMILY, CON/ veLient te city tnd raiiroad; on Brentwood road, adjoining National Fair grouuda. Mr BURR S I'laoe, or apply J. H. SMALL, 14th and G Je4-2w* CIOUNURY BOARD?In Pbivate Family?OjoI, / pleasant house and shady arounaa; railroad station oa farm; exceedingly healthy; Piedmont region; horsee at reasonable rates; good road**; pleasant rices. References required. Address mI4 2w&Jel-4w A. Q- NASON. Naaon, Va. T*TOODSILE. ? Excellent BOARDING may be 11 bad at this pleasant country home, three miles from Berryville, near Shenandoah Va'Iey railroad. For terma and further particulars apply to BETTIE VAN METRE. Berryville, Clark county, Va. m!8-)m* PROFESSIONAL. CORS ENLEVE8 SANS DOULEUR. Cunllons mauvais ongles, eDvrelures, soignea avec auccea, psrle DOC1BUR WHITE, Ohiropediate, Nnmerol416 Pennsylvania avenue. Vis a Vis le' Willara's Hotel. Pour slops doones chezlul, SI; a domicil, 83. Le DOCTEUR WHITE, eat etablt a Washington dupujs 1801. Je8 Dr. STARR PARSONS?Dentist?439 9th at., southeast cornet 9th and E northwest. Filling a specialty. Kxtracting 9 to 11 SfyrpJ a m., Wednesdajs, free for tne poor. ^11" first class references. Chargee reasonable. a30 6m DR. B. PARSONS, Dentist, 428 7th street northw? st, between D and E streets, o\er Ballantyne's Bookstore. Operative, CsffBK ; Surgical ana Mechanical Dentistry skillfully performed. Extracting at night. Charge ; moderate. Consultation free. m7 DR. WEISENBORN. Dentist. 916 7th atreet northwest. CELLULOID TEETH Insorted 87 per set, and all operations on theQflHL natural teeth at reasonable prices. Extractlrg, 60 cents. jan!9 DR. DUKE, Dentist, 71614th atreet northwest, between G street and New York avenue.?Beautifnl Sets of Teeth, f8; Teeth<Sfl* Filled, 81; Extracting Without Pain, 60 ota. ^iTIT All operations warranted. 1anl9 DU. T- M. TALBOTT, Dentist, No. 437 7th at-. three doors from oorner B. Dentistry in all Its branches. Teeth inaertedMBM 87 per set All work warranted. Janl9 HO. CANDEE. M.D..V.D., of N. Y.-ViUp at by or Vital Cure for all diseases of bo<fj and mind. Lung and Throat. Consumption, Lose of Vitality. Hemorrhoidea or Piles. Catarrh and all weaknesses a specialty. All Tumors, Malaria, or Blood DiBeasea of whatever name or nature thoroughly eradicated from the system. Stuttering and Stammering cured. Consultation free tc all Office aad residence, 944 E at., oorner 10th noithweet. febl EDUCATIONAL. SPENCER1AN BUSINESS COLLEGE^ Corner of 7th and L street! northwest, holds SUMMER SESSIONS For lratrnction in Practical Penmanship, Letter Writing, Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping and Business Practice. Tuition: Day session*, 87 per month; evening aeaaione, 86 per month. Prreona oesirlog instruction In Praotioal Penmanship only, received morning cr evening for a course cf Mxteen lessons; tuition fee, $5. Full Iuform&ti n ui ven at tt^&College office. mSO JJN1VEBH11Y OE VIRGINIA. Summer Law Lectures (nine weekly) begin 14th July, 1*8', and end 14th Sep ember. For circular app.y (P O. rniversity of Va ) to JOHN B. MlNuR, Prof. Coco, and Stat. Law. m26-n &?2awlm INSTITUTION FOR THE IMPROVED INatrnction of Deaf Mutes. 1611 Broadway. New York. The largsst articulation School in the conntry. Established 1847. Pure oral method. Send for circular. apl-eofiin Mrs s l. cadi's boarding and dai SCHOOL for young ladies; West End Inati tute. New Haven, Conn. Eleventh year com mences September 21st. Send circular. m28-8m BIVATELY, OR IN GLASS. ?Mathematics Latin, Greek. French, German and English. Srecial attention to preparation for OoUea-e, Weet Point. Annapolis and all oompetitlve examiuaUons lerms in advance d3H 9 W.F1ANN, A.M., 702 6th st. northweat HE AB0HER INSTITUTE, WASHINGTON, D. O. For Circulars address M-s M. B. ARCHER. 140> Mass achnaetta avenue. Washington, D.O. }anl0< FINE SANITARY PLUMBING?Beat Material and Workmanship. 24 years' pract'ce. Per*onal wptrtntendtnee. Will write specifications and /superintend tbe conetrnction of first fllim B&uiUry work at a fair charge. Orders for any amount of work promptly filled JA8. F- BRIBN, mi0-2m* 419 9th Street norttweat. WANT8?MISCELLANEOUS. WA>'TKD?ifO LAtIrN to lsira the STAMPING BU8I"F88. No cbtrae far initrac oors. Apply at the t n!y rellab.e depot here. m*x? j F ?t- Esiablishea 1862. Jgt3 3.* \ITASTID?At BICE'S Pteam Oanin* Work. 1 f 490 Maine avenue tenth west, Carpet* to Glean. < rettt?ri to Renovate, Mattrasses to <team ?4 B* make, and Furniture to Steam. Onl era bv Telephone. jell WANTED?HOKSE8 to pasture; city reference piven; Ion* uperleto* in the care of horses; c?n be aeen at Price's atable. 311 6th ?t. northwest, on Tuesda' a. Thursdays and Saturdays O. H P. CLABK. Sligo P. O., Montgomery county, i Md. J?l-lm* \*r ANTED?'To announce that JOHN b BEALL, " Boom 4, 1420 New York avenne, la a OOM- 1 MISSION EB OF DEEDS for EVKRY STATE and 1 TEBBITOKY. U 8. COMMISSIONER, EXAMINES and NOTARY. Always In office from 9 am. to 6 p m. m3 WANTED At CHACE*8. 618 Louisiana avenne, ' CARPETS TO CLEAN: no whipping to wev : or tew by our proceaa. Estimates (riven. Order by telephone or mail ap23 \KT ANTED?FEATHERS and HAIB MAT"T TBESSES to renovate by ateam and make 1 over. Upholstery and Decorating. Furnitui-e stored ana packed. Call and examine. At F. H. YOUNG'S. 1404 Pennsylvania avenue. ap!2 6m T*7 ANTED?YUBNITUBE TO STOBE In tine " storage rooma. CHACE'S, 61S Louisiana avenne. marll V\rA>TED-rBATHEB8 to renovate, mTT* * TBESHE8 to remake, furniture to pack and ship at A. H. OHACB ft BRO.'B, 616 Louisiana ave. marll \*T ANTED?OLD GOLD and HILVEK in lar.re Tf or email quantities. Highest cash price paid. 821 Penna. ave., between 8d and 4)$ eta. Janl9 VET ANTED?YOU TO KNOW THAT 1 NKL.L A vv first-ciaee Tailor-made Second-hand 8UIT, much better and a great deal cheaper a oom men new anlt can be bought, at JUSTH'S OLD STAND. No. 619 D it. northwest, or at Branch Store, Ho. 4MJ 9th at north weet N B.?We buy but firstclass Second-hand Clothing. Janl9 FOR SALE. FOB BALE?One bay HO BSE, sound and suitable for a lady to either ride or drive; one *s. _ PH.E i ON, with canopy; single HARNESS, %3h new ; lady's SADDLE and BRIDLE; whale-^ outfit suitable for lady - sold for want of use. Apply to B. ZEVELY, 636 F at. northwest. Jel5-6t* FOB SvLE? A Fine Genteman's D6IV-.?* _ 1 KG HOBS8 at a moderate price. In- JbStk quire of L G. THOMPSON, corner '.'th and /un> Rata, northwest. jel4-3t FOR SALE?Yoong BAY MAKE, >rood . driver anl Bound Inquire x3i2 "~rn "tmiT" sylvanla ave. northweat Je 3 3t* FOR SALE ?One light second-hand Brett and one second hand carpenters wagon B good as new. JOHN M. YOUNG :U3?SUP&? 6th at., northweat. hl3-Ct* TOO BE SOLD AT THE BMl ISH~LEGATIjx JL a pair of good carriage horsrs aud two rising horses; also four carriages i f different c'asses. All may be seen at "? wt? the stable 19th at., corner X st. le 13-3t* OR SALE.?Sloop " C'UIEK," at fo? t of 10 b street wharf, with tackle, ?c. If not sold privatelv, will be sold positively at public saie at 2 o'clock Saturday, June 18th. Te'-m^ ewe. OLIVES P. JOHNSON, Jel3-Iw Attorney for Owner. FOB SALE?A MARK, six years old, soaud, kind, goed looking, trot in 3X mia- m*. _ utes the moBt timid person can drive h-r; JtafP stands anywhere A'so, ha:,d-ome, prompt DRIVING H?RSF. yoon*, sound, perfectly safi anagente. Also SIDE-BAR TOP BUGGY, aluaost lew. Apply at 314 PenntyKania avenue, or stable in rear. jall-Ct' A RARE CHANCE?Frr sale by gentleman leaving city for summer, a BaY MARK, ? . seven years old, sound, fact, gentle aud js?BE? stylish. Warr l.ted to b? as represented. * * Apply at Ebbitt House tables. Je8-lm i*OB 8ALE?Just arrived 20 head of fine c\ oriving HORHtS. They comprise one ImB p*ir of fiLe'y-bred sorrel horsts, oothircoi sii >rle drivers. one of them a good ta^dle horse. One pair of black horses; very fine style and action ; good drivers single or I'oubie. One pair bav marts; 16 hands high; good d?lvers single or dcuble; a good family team. One p*lr browu horFee; match well; ?ood drivers; one of them a good saddle horse. Aho, two mare*; gentle drivers; enn trot close to 3 minutes At HUGLTSLY .* BO WEN'S Stable, No. 646 ai.d 647 New York avebne. Je.-3w* FOR SALE?On hand a fine assortment of Seccnd-bandCABRlAGES, Jump Seats. to . Extension Top Plisetons, doctors' mQKT Phaetons and Buptiies; cheap. WM. " W ALT*R'8 Ca'ri?ge Factory comer 14th and D sts northwest. Repairing promptly attended to. mU4-lm* FOR SALE?Twenty head of HOR8E3, Just received from Ohio, suitable for all purpofts; two Coupe Hors?s and two Saddle JMP Horsed SATES & HIMMON8, m31-3w 31112th st northwest. I .'OR SALE?An extra large stock and new and second-hand CARRIAGES, em-^Mr, brtclnK In part Coupe. Coupeletts, gHUBb t'LteU ns, Jump Seats, Extension Tops. w Buggies, hurreys, Rockawnys, Ac., &c., at reasonable prices. Repalrlrg promptly attended to. ROBERT H. GRAHAM, m!6 410-416 8th st. northwest, bet. DandE. FOR SALE?I have ou hand a la^ge stock of fine CABRIAGES and Business WAGONS - <*~m m of my o?u make, ntw and second-hand, v w M ' which must be sold to close out present' w? stock; no reasonable offer refused. Repair promptly attended to at reduced rates JOHN M. YOUNG, ml2-2m? 3l? 6th street. FINAXCIAT^ JpCBtIO STOCK~EXCBAXGE, No. 1424 New Yokk Avexuk, WASHINGTON, D.O. We resrcctfully call your attention to the above Eichansre, where New York Mocks can be bnught and sold in any quantity fr<>m 10 shares and up wards on a margin of $1 wr share or more. Commissions oue-quarter of o< e per cent Quotations to be seen at the Exchange through ihe day. Any information In regard to Stocks cheerfnlly given. Je4-3W HAZELHURST BRQ3. SPECIALTIES. MADAM DUBOUIS. Fbexch Medium, works Magnetic Electricity; tells true life; oard reader: tells past, present and future, and gives good advice for lady and gentleman. No. 604 I3 h st northwest. Hours from 9 to 12 a m , ana 2 to 8 p.m. m!4 2m* \f R8. H. F. WRIGHT, Claibvoyaxt AKD Maoau. kktio Physician, has eminent success in treating acute and chronio diseases- The suffering should call at her residence, 600 6th street, corner of F street northwest. marl-4 m* MME. BROOKE TELLS ALL THE EVENTS OF LIFE. All business confidential. Ladles and Gentlemen 60 cents each. No. 408 L street, between 4th and Sth streets northwest. febl0-18w* MONEY TO LOAN. 1AM PBEPARLD TO NEGOTIATE LOANS for any amount not exo-9*riiaor *10,000, at b percent, ipply to L0UI8 P. SHOE MAKER, Jel6-3t 920 F street Lorthwest. MONEY, MONEY, MONEY.-To loan at 2 per cent per month, on personal property, at R FULTON'S Loan Office, 814 Ihli St., near Peun'a avenue northwest. Je6-lm ? 40 COO TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE HEC? rUBITY, in sums of $I,0C0 and upwards, at 6 per cent. No delay when the security is srood, ? O C GREEN. J'2-2w 710 I) street northweat. ONKY TO LOAM. w ? . $53,000 TO LOAN In Sums to Suit, At Pix percent, ON BEAL ESTATE SECURITY. Commissions very lowest rates. ? J. V N. HUYCK, Real Estate Agent. m27 Office 1506 Pa. av., Arlington Ins Bld'g. "l^JONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT 6 P2R GENT. NO DELAY. B. O. HOLTZMAS. m21 10th and F sts, northwest. ONEY TO LOAN At 6 per cent. In sums as desired. THOS. J FISBt-R & OJ-, m)8 1m 1223 F st. northwest j^JONEY TO LOAN. I havs MONEY to loanon REAL E8TATE, In sums of from #100 and upwards, at lowest rates of interest, Charges moderate. Bo delay. _ B. H. WARNER, BOV26 916 F St. narthwest. BOOTS AND SHOES. nr MARKET SPACE. 717 FOR LADIES' BUMMER WEAR. In Low-Quarter Hhoes and Slippers. J 0 Bennett s Barnard's. Fine English Oxfords. Fiftn Avenne Ties. Newport Button. Regents aid Grecian Button. ALL FINE AND STYLISH. A Fpscial Bargain in Man's Hand-Be wed LowQnarttr shoes, at 98.50 per pair. W. H. RICH, Jel 717 Mariet Hpaoi MAM MO MISTAKE* THE FEW YORK 8HOE BTOBB, 60S FsnnsylTania aTtnu*. RECEIVED A CAB LOAD OF SHOES FROM A BANBBUFT SALE IN NEW kOBE THE CHEAPEST 8HOX8 EVEB EXHIBITED IN WASHINGTON. ^ m Ladies' Hand-made 8-strap Sandals.^... 98-90 Ladies' Fine Eld Op Slipper...... ...... 1.00 Ladies'Fine Eld Button Boots l.?0 Ladles'Hand-rewed Eld Boots........82JM to 4.80 LADIES' SHOES OF ALL KINDS. Mines' Sella Button Hhoes.......... .81.0Q to 3.00 MISSES FINE KID SHOES. Children's Feb. Button Solid. 8 to 10... 98o. " 6 to 8 80o. CHILDREN'S GOOD SPRING HEELS. One hundred Styles of Gent's Fine Low shoes, at oN-risssr f?*so ?P28 GEO. MoCABTHT. to.onflLKfffl. vmmnn^n^rSSBStk FOR RENT AND BALK. IJOB KENT?FonTi.QM HOUSE. with liw * J ?rd: to parties without children. 306Ostr*e< aonhywt. Jels ft FOR BENT?Fob tbi 8r*nr?-Fnrrnhel B?>OM8. 020 17th street northwest, Faira-at *qotre. >l>6f MM-N>w HOPBK. tea rooms, bar win 9.,**. ??n>er J' *n J *id streets northwest. sa. 6<). Inquire 1918 lencai irania avenoe 11St P?,S g EXT-K?^>> i?m Rosewood case PUNO. fcnr?iU 17 ?urin* romww wontbt. *"* L 1 ^ nrth-N.T~ R1 ? K Hor??K No. 1M3 P street ??? ? *u oxton improveP BHOKv iK^jrr? n l?W Appl' JS P rHOKMAKKH, 9.0 I- stre tnorthwe?t '-16-St FJB RENT?1 hr*f ple.-sant, rnfnmi h?WI bOOMe, second Hoor. auitab'e for lUrttX iVS keetinir for astral family; wax and bath ; deUfiii?1? on' ll0'i L street north we?t Rent 51* M). J'18-Si* V?OR KENT AND HALF.4 OK PttOPCRrY .17 PHI VAT* AS DAT AUCTION.-See B llletii issued on the 'at and Htb of every moath at the office or iHOd. E WAGGAMAS, 5x9 7th -treet northwest. Jel5 3t* FOR RFRT?No. 12 I street northeast, u room*. t $25, ai d No. 14 1 st-e?t 1 o-thease, i4 at $:so i<r ni>nth. In.iulre of S. K. BOND. 321 4^ etrteL Jel4-lw FOR llFST?Two nice ROOM-, c >-namn!< *tir.ir one an nsr'or and bed-room; ni 1-rn knpr m>ments; $16 rer ni'>nth. Ko 731 ,3th stree nor'hwest >14 at* 170H REM ('Ft ICE li?'<?MS oa tiret fl or brereUn Buildi* ? , n>rthea?t corner of th and t streets north wi ft, opposite Patent Of Ace. j<> 4 st* F< >R KF.NT? Corner Sfi and 8 streets nortnwoe*. , ^ 1 *'bl-and DWE -LI Siti. with large yard ai 1 n'"nth- Apply to A. 8. CAYWOOD. Mrf 9th at. northwest. Je 4-3t* For RENT-<*akl>nda Ml . a complete y-furnished COl 1 Mil; in a bWli, bea thy an 1 de-irable location; r?acy for occuiancy. for torn.ap>ly to a A 1T.UK>. Ual;im ?re. Ml )?I4 6t* Ffolt RENT-Four f .ridalied Rooms fr.m tune 16 h to Auiruat lfith: everyihtiur compete for houtfko'i'inw: n? milial priov to a party wh wilt oversee the balance of the h0Ut.e Cill at No. 1111 1 street nortbwtst .W4-.lt* FOR RENT?ROOMS for the summer, tirstfloor. with pailor, b d-iooir, dialing roirn aua feitfihon furt>i&htd; or two lar>re aoooiid fl ?.ir Roc )MS tinfuriiiahed; n.odern iiui>rovi-nientP 7l'? 8tti wtrfttt rorthwewt. juia Ht F'OR RENT-A rtellkht'nilv-!u.-*ted tlvn-rion ar d Hnnamer kitcheu OOTTAtiE: euT->un'od w th tru t trees aad flowers. AdJreas 'VOT1 AGE." Star ofliro, citv. Jel4 8t* F'<>R KENT-8i* y th-ae 1*1 \No.4 and OH (iANM: larurtst and Ofcst st ck 10 select fro>u in the city ; reLtn api lied on purcha**, from i*i T> 8 0 | er inoi.th. F. G. bMIjH, 1103 l'enmylvanla aveLue. J el 4 tit FOR RENT?FCRNISHED BbOilB, 3 i! C street 1 orth?fst. ]el3-lm Ij'UR ltKNT-RuOUf, 011 KtKV>nd floor, siutrie or ea suite, for Keatlfcinen onlj ; 733 12th street north wtst. Jei3-<t* FOR BEST?Twooomniunicatln?i'fnrni?h''l fioat ccriitr ROOM8; will 1< ? together or separate; C.O, Kuuthweft corner of 11th and G streets north west jelH 3f FOR BEST?'Two pleasant second story RGO*IS, one frout and one adjoint Mr. suitabln for oflif*es or eiLir'e ?n-i tl( nieu. Kent, S3 month to a w > <1 tena; t. with it-iorer.ee. 321 1'a av n w. .tela 3'* FOlt RENT?1217 O street north west?A cosy FCRSlbHKD HOCsE, for the hiqubt To a nsptusible tenant rent low. Those with small children need not app!y- el t-st FOB RENT?IIOUSF, 1329 M St.. near Thoma* Circle, furrished or unfnn 1-hed. to a resp in sible tfuart; rent Ijw. Apply at KENNEDY'S Real Ei tate Ai-evcy, near RVkb' Rank JeiS 2w I?OR BEST?1117 I street northwest? l wo coinniun'caUng KOOMH, sectind r. ueatlv 1 ir1 ishtd, at low pi ice; pleat ant and de?irab!e lei-liborhood. *el3 st* ]^OirRENT-f:'.} ,*r month?HOUSE. :iui New . Jersey avenue southeast, Oai>it >1 Hill, hcvpq oenn and bath, 'ar^e trrounds. southernexpoaur.'. Apply at No 1712 M St. northw< st. J?.3-3t* IT'OK REST?That desirable HOUest, So. 015 12'h st. northwest, with flae shrubbery and KrouLde attached, now cccm?ied by Cen?tu? offiee. Aptly to M \Vfi.i IAW, W7 I'a. ave. Je'3 iw FOB 8ALE?At & bargain, tw.'* desirable LOTS. 20x1(h> feet each, on ?l st , betweea ls.h and 19 h northwest. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. :?2<) t no th west. jel:t fit* FOR RENT?For summer months u'lfurtiihad a -d furnished oomnauoicitina- ROOMS, sscond and third stories, 1127 13th streit northw? st 16-llt* FOR SALE?1 hree-story brick RESIDENCE. No 121 E s r> et northwest; p easant #r'<"iuds, with fliwers, shade trees and fountain Property can he esamiiied betweep C and7 p to. Jell-ini" IXiR RtST-Nine room BRICK HOl'SE. with 7 a 1 the modern improvements; No t2th treot nor hweet App'y to JOHN F <*RF.VS. No. 15io 14th street porthwe t. ,iell-15f I?OR REM?HOUSE 6 6 New Jersey ftvenus 1 < rthwest, cont; inins- ten r. rns w ith bathr'om modern iuiprovements; jro td yard; house clean and in frood repair; rent to suit the tim"s. Appl; to W. C. JOHNSON, 713 13th street riortuwest je'J lm I^OR RBST?One three-story BRICK HOCSE, with 9 rooms, bathroom and al: modern iznPjovtnients; the rooms are fresao painted; also, concnte basement. No 622 22d st. northwest, bet. t ar d G. The Herdics ruonin^ to the Hou?e Ii qmre So. 403 7th Bt. northwest. Je9 3t Ij*OR REST?The beautiful VILLA and 3 acres 17 sdjiiinintr Soldiers' Home oa west. Entrance by Wh;tD?y avenue. Inquire on premises or at ?12 13;h street. J^6 14t* flJOB RENT?At 730 5th 8t EorihTrest.nioeiy furl7ni?he^, airy BOOM, en first fl.-or; furniture new: 10 gentl men enly; with ttuard. Pleasant location- Jeti iQl F'OB SALE?Cheip, n COTTAGE HODSE in the co; nty overlo< klnir the city, near strwt car*; ) j acus land, well stocked with fruit tree?. Apt!> to t. J. PDj S AM, Library of Con?rreas. ,1e4 lin' FOR BEST?HOU3E 615 Cth street, between F andG nortliweat; contains 11 rooms; newly payere"? and paintfd and ah tnoderu improvem<?ts;rert $4o per month. Inquire DAV>8' Hat Store, 621 Pennsyl* aiia avenne. jel-tui FOB BENT?A desirable RESIDENCE IB >j<l Rejwhborhool, convenient to F street ca-s. a new house. In tfcorou?ih iepair; all modern ina proven.ents; nine rooms. Apply at 3303 O street, (-icorpetuwn. u31-lui )R REST-HOUSE No. 923 D street northwest; 810per month; ?ras, water closet", &c Inquire at S#26 Louisiana avenue. m27-lm OR REST-bix-room H0i7HE8, desirably located. Apply WHEATLEY BROS., corner 7th Et. &Ld Rhode Island ave. northwest. uil7 lm GENTLEMEN'S GOODS. rj^QOMPSON'S SHIRT FACIXJUY, 316 F ex hobthwest, opp. PiTlHt Omoi. FISE DBE8S SHIBTS TO OBDEB, a sped<r. lit truarantced. READY-MADE 8HIRT8 at following prioes: Best Wamsutta. unttnished, 75 eta ; finished, Vo eta. BestF. of the L, unfinished. 65 cts.; finished, SO cts Boys'Wamsutta,unfinished,6ticts. -.finlshel. 75 eta Latest Novelties in Summer NECK WK\B. FANCY HALF HOSF, CNDEUWHU and a full line ot GEM'S FCRNISHlSUtJ at r. markahle LOW l'Bli EH. Money relundel where troodc fail to suit. Jell JAMES UHOMPbOS. Manager. SOMETHING NEW IN HATS. O YA11IEGATKD MANILLAS Just Beceived STISEMETZ. Hatteb, Jei 1237 Pepng>lvania avenue. BUY THE "MYSTERY" 8HIBT-?They are made of flrst-cla>B rs^silns, such as New Vork Mills, Wamsutta, and WiJianisvire?not third or fourth-iat? Roods stamped Wamsutta When youbuvthe "MYSTEBY" 0HI8T you iret ft; st- class Mnrlin and the best Sound Heavy Linen for 76 cei'ts, and if the* a?e not aatisfactory wheu yi u ptt them home you can return them and tret ionr mmey. LlShS C OLLARS, finest quality and latost atylea, onh $1 60 per dozen, six for 76 oenta. S1I.K NECK HEAR, cneaper than ever. Very fine aLL-UNKN HANDKERCHIEFS, 25 centa, worth 40, at MEGINNI8S', ml2 10Q2 F atract Bonliwcit. SB. EjlLEBY. EC00K880B TO DUBBEUIL BROTHELS, Manufacturers of FINE DBESS SHIBTS, GENTS' FURNISHINGS. 1112 F at. northwest, Washington, 1)< C. Six of the wiueet Dress Shirts to order ?12.r>0 Six Extra Fine Shirts to order 9 "0 tix Fine Shirts to order 7.60 marM BOARDING. FOR BENT-Well furnished PARLOH FLOOR. I renting two streets, in moat desirable part of tbe city, with firat-class BOAJU>. Mas. D- B. BTOCKHAM, 946 K St mM-lm py. TKtMONT BOOSE. WITH IT8 F1NB promenade balconies, oool, airy rooms, superior table, will be found a most desirable plaoe for summer boarding; rates: room and board. *25 and lis30 per month. ap3o )R BENT?Airy BOOMS, furnished or unfurnisned, pleasant location, at Sos. 814. 816 and 918 Indiana avenue. Also, first-class BOABD fit per month. SARAH FLAGLER. JanlV fTtHE LOCHLEL HOUSK, 612 9th street nortn" X west. U one of the cosiest and best oonductod Boarding Honses In the city. Transient Boarder* accommodated at reasonable terms. Janl9 personal. Madam BOSS, the locir-established, reliable Clairvoyant and Astrolo^iat, gives better satisfaction in all affairs of life than ai.y one in the profession; tells the past, present and future destiny ; gives advice and aaalatance on all matters appertaining to business, love and matrimony Ann ik Tboublk Caix. Satisfaction given or no pay. Consultation Booms, it*3 2d street, above D street northwest. apfi WH. AlBUBGER, auooesaor to I. P. L re bet, Watchmaker and Jeweler, has removed to oorner of Tth and F sts. north want, la Drug store, opposite P. B. P. O. sepM lk/HM ANY Bxwnro MACHHII AOBNT TY leaves a machine atyow house, donot pay am MBt as tt uiklyoa oons hneandsss y*a mm m BCT8IN ES8 CHANCKS. ' I*** fh.?Ky -J'-11 1 far <? attend ttae R?ffl? f?5 th** ??mn? DI*??<?I?U HKTB at the %at: ,n^ Hot*! on lb? Iftb at (i < \lock p w Li.i.m are t? P* prwent Mid Uti part in the raftle )elt-2t* F A'*ri?wu! t' UB(? vHi?r AHD HARKHol BE. ?t fool of Prince atreet no*ice Alexandra Kill 11* Mill r, m.' anln ? o pied a* a cOBBllsslon depot bvOu! p. M Hv<* tn Aleaandris, \ lrpinia, la ? tfereo at a t>anra;r ? ?t-v about 22 f?et deep; rUer steamboats an 1 it t e wbarf; Ph: adelph'a. New York and L??W>V steamers can aleo land Tb is 1 the tM?t plexor wLarf projjerty tn A eian 'i-ia, taavtt.?r been eetao u*hed a? a buame<s place for eny y.<ars . ./rj45" *oowner. K W F?K?'IOI. Jel6-3t Letir.it Buitdlne. CJTOCE OF GBOTEKY ANU Fb >\ I>].in C? Stole for aale rhet|< ( tol .ocadtjr; *vni rea scne for tellintr . et re for rent Apply corner 17th and M sta northwest jets U* (1H>AP LOl ^ FOR A BF1 Ll>EK-The n e~row J on the es?t e;d-< of S> h ft l?eiwe.*n P ai-1 o Will lc w!it w ? whole ir n ?f a rate iota, n ll" ^ AhhtK Hit K>1h?: nor'hwest jel4 3; \T A BAKGA1N??" 'Ml rtaMe tao at >?y frm* and tack t?ui <1io*r BHl K HOI'flR wl u un<*s attached. iu northwest part of thee jr. .-^*5J"1'* 00 ' modi ue ai.<1 i-re' y A|>,-y to l-l Ki .VNS< S liK.'S , Mi au<l I) ?t* n>rthwr>t jel.i :tt 1jH?R HAlE A first . HN I'M V rtN?i i ?FF1< K *ith t*iup*ts utLt. OtBoe for .eat Fo T?.V? uVtil V '*/ Si'* L' nl,l*ia avena* This U the o.d TeiepboneQfflce. Came qttick. 11-6 F<i!.K,itMiFru?F.l't"M' nff in< A HOI SI H. In fmt-c.as* condition. ooVtr.r u;, ave .bet t-thai d 7tb am>.nib-, -t .u , i*(" ? ? feet fr .ntaiiJ li.icK HLLM JkF. BKU.USM ?k street l.? r'hwest jell. l:t i?, ;ti* \v *>TKP?Hy a trentleman who is a iuhiiV-"o( v* the Axshii-trt n bur. of ao ..e mea s, an I > 1 KHIHI It. a I'fct* XI' < iffitv lui-'fifB8, or a f *1 r vaq era! x* , lactic* Addrwe Lt'X. ??tar one?. j '.? - t* U* I> I4 A I.E?On eat - 40;, arr-n, l? t -J- :u A IMtt ic?, l V* mi e* f- m Sa'i na! Fair <? oun 1V-oo<l li'-OH' n;d out-b idiom, fruit tr?--fc an 1 rraiH-viut-f ; r<<p* in trroun J , fin* for dairy ..r irard-j :i tt. 'i itle iiidlai utahle. Adilrt** b.i* ?4 Ht ir f, u fi(? 1 F'K HALF?\>ry fi??lrahle t?- ?t>ry FKAMK DWELLING, So. 1^'iSCth it uortbweet nr\i>a rootte atfi otitiitker kito!i?*u . frtit In j>ar.1; iow l'rlce, ?hhj tciuie . owtif r Ittaviiitr c.ty iDgi re on pretvio^i JKt t2;? IAM> J VONTGOMFUY O'TSTV. MABT1 AM) 1 bave OorSTlIV hKaTK. FKKMi and VIL L#(iE BESIL>KM? ICS f,.r aal?, to w tucli 1 !?> ati?? ,. tloii of piiTtii* ae? k'rii? tion.ce on invpRto^tiU ic fli cited. VAKVVICK t. M.LL.LH, Him.'.r vlHe. Mary'and y2 ;<? FAKM H'K HM-E. oti" m: * fmra Vnlrt -k, three'onrthe nn;e froni Ammeudale. (.-] tu< U. cu. K. K., '2 '2\ acre*. 6 i lnipn>ve?1, Haiim* *el tmilMred. larw. o^iiard f > om??r fruit tr?..?. f'rioe, 84,MX). Address u HiiXlSlX)>. A'hena. Bra-iford <V> , PetiLa Hj2X-S?* V^i,?A^-K KXOIIAKGE FOB CITY PBoT-* EHi ?JAKM of 2-s a*-rea in MnuU-nuW) ooonty, Md . ikhvI (iwel'iDv and oni hut.dhiira excellent oroharO.n , well waWirn4 and fence! li niil?? frooi W a^lmitrton . n from denot ako'i w E. BrBFGBP, llir F ?tr*et aili'InO FOR SAI E?8;OEE NO. ins nth MT_,I .^">7^wt. K?x>d bueinew etand Fnoe *1,7iki Tenen-ent Houee ^o. 161" l?t!i a>. north ?.?? pricf #1,300. a f>?. Store at corner of lDth ard if fU ncrth?e?t; r-iref2<N<0 Ternin to enit H F LEIGBT<?N. iGfi(4Hiit n'>rth??et uilfi liu* OIKVBNXUMb ~ MOKE* ADVAMII/ UN IMFUKIAM acd VAIXAE1JK INVENTIONS, either be';- oi ^ patent. Bo* 8?. Star offloe Jee?ii LADlEfe GOOD8T iMr?LAwr, Ntvtw RTtiKKT. Ht Pmrn HOslAKT.? A Krest 1 ar^aiu in MISSE-*1 FA' ' ^ BOr E. at 26 ceiit*, SO co^ie. Ke , f jiui?r prloc. 60 c? n*e LACES In threat vancty. "oim<r'?inrf aU the uove tl^ In W ASH LACES, at lowwt crioM. Ot>b8',1s?"Virilxtj ny ? <, ?ju.j tli perl ?ct in cut, elmi ( and tioi-It ar?? oft? r*-d our pa* r ion I'Kl FRWE AK ?Our n-ake of rn4er?r<-a- 11 nc tee tion Each yaru^ent is perfect, and prima a> low a*> for c? mmou iroo,ia l(K) iOZ. HKVHiITTHED IIANTKER0HIEF8, ' at $1.50 per doe , worth $1. 1)1*1 (J.thV, Ninth J^KW SI-NSKN <;<??M)*> -Kr-vi'Mi TaTten Bi.nnete tnd Ha s, Millinery Noveit.-s, Silk W rai'S Street a:-d Trave 1 ti?f A raii. Ond?r a* tuei U at Greatly Reduced p'lcoa, Al! the tN^t French OoiKets. Law u and IVroale Wracperv Lawn and GiDKl:*n. Sn1t?. Black s ; t?. 42 a fii e a?ortnient of Farat-oiti acd Giovt^ Parisian Novelties ki Neck wear, lilack and Wnitn Laoce in krr?at varttty, La-ii??aud Mi-ee* Ba^'.ntr Sulu and _ Cane, and a carefn ly e^leoted -in* of I'arleian Novelties; t-e*t Eivii?h Newliee, 4 i-mfrs for SO oelite m. W'lLLMA, ?l*?IWvtM, Parlti WOT P??aiyl*aaU n?!7 Minic. wahuir?;toi?. FAHI11GN AKLK 1>KE?SMAEING AND TUlMMING aTJhA. 131 ? Prnna. ??., PreB?e?. Hnit*, Oostnn-ea, Oloaka. fcc . made lti roierlor etyle at nhort o;>t!oe Ladlw- c*l hare L>rf*?eeCntand Baated, ai-d ? |?rr?ct fit iruaranteod. ai>s j ABUU>' liiOKR, For 8'J day* 1 ihtil offer an ei.Ure rt <ca ">f WISTIB GOODS at a DrKOOCKT OF TEN PRE GIRT. IAI. II. VKUMILTA, i?WI BIO Mmk at., op(. Patent OSal ritorosAi.s. " Kol < '> A 1 S fTiK M'KIN . vTv 'K Uhl7.. iTt.S TO 13ITI MINors PAVEMENTS. Ekoineeh Difartxent. / Distbii't ? Oot.rMBia, Wurinoiok Jane8ih. 18HI.^ ilirect^on o! the Bjard of Conrmi^'ionorn, Sea en prf-[?jtals ?;ii lie r?. ived at line <>ffi . unt 1 12 f-Mock m. m MONDAY. .Inne 20, jHHl, for mafcinv Min >r R?i a'r? to bunaji~<>un P*ve'iie:?t? n the ciij'of V a?.hUi#<t .it, D'Hrict tl Culuaibia, for the jeur ni(.in?r June ?< , Ii<S2 Isiai k forn s < f p-op< sai anO'p^itii'a'iona can he tl tamed ht th sc-fliiv, together with ail n^oesoary itforn atlon rel-tirk tt'e>e o and li ds upo i thiw) f. rnifi will alone be con*idere !. 1 he ritfht is reec-rvtd t- > rt-Ject any or all bide or I art-- of bide W J TWINING. Ma] <>f Ei (ringer*, P S. %., Jel(i-6t En> i uewr Ooaimt>wioit?tr DO. m JJliOPOSALB FOB MAHOGANY AND WaLNUI Office of BrnniNG for Stat*. War and Navr 1 EPAKTM KNTfi, Washington, D.O., Jnne 10, l*Ri Seaied Propoenie for f urLixbiuar and de.'Iverin* Mahfwacy aiid Black Wau nt Lumber at the uite of the Bni'diuK for State, War and Navy D-par:inent*, in thie city, will be r* eived at thia (itliae * until 12 m of Junf. 24tr, issi, and opened immediately then-after in pre4-et.ee of tiidder#. Hrecifk itioii*. general instructions for bl-llera at <i b'ank fo'ina of proposal, will be fnrai?h?l to fKtablbhed d?al? re in ha^d wood lumber, uj-ou their pioper appli< a'i' i. at thia office. THOH LINO >>L >' OA8EY. JelO 6t Lt -Col. OortHj of Eii*rtne"r? JMPhOVEMENl OF LIVtKH AND UARliJLM. United Ftatf* Fm.imtK oi m.-m, ; 1907 PenbhvlvaNIa Ave . WASBtNtiTON, D. C , JuneS, 1W1. ) Sea'ed Pnpoeals for the improvement of the fol'owinK Bivt r? aiid Harbrre be revived at t'iia Office untli i2 m , on SAT I RDAY. Jul* #, 1^-si. and optned immediately tliereatter 1?Waehtrta'ton Barbor, D C.. DrerU-tn*. 2?Gtorifttcwn Harimr, D C . Removal of fast rrck. 8?Breton Bay, Ifd,; N ^mini Cret*k. Va M-iutit Yemen Ct?ic..el. %'a ; and Neabeco Creek. Va. , Dr-.-tyini*. (to be let tojfatl-e- ) 4?l?-r* hiver, Va , Lredtrinif 5?Trl-aua Crf-ek, Va , Drelrflnir C?Totueki River. Va.. Coaelruct iii* Dike. Specifications containing deta-.leJ iuf->raia*lon, fnfl M?tk forma for pro|?iatle can he obtained at this office where mareaud plane may be aeen The riKlii to reject aay or ail proptea'a is reserved. H T. ABEtiT. JelO Ct U H. CiaiEigineer J>ROPOaALH lOR BKPAIRISiU RJOUS. Department of thf Intf.kiar > \\ AsHiNtiTON, JuuetitU iMI.j Staled Proprsale will lie n?o?-ive<i until 12 o'c'-KSk m., WfcDNt 8DA V, June'll, l?8l, jor i lanie'injf, frtacoeitjr and painting the --fflce r>"ni"and b?l!? . in the north ana w?M ?intra of Fa'ent Office buil lirtr. damatre<l oy fire and water in <K77 Circulare of *i?e< ificatinne will befuruiahed up?n arplicahoa at tie Kuptrlnt nlentv ro^m Je'.), 11,16, i8 A BELL. Aftritr Be< etary J>B010dAJJS FUR STATIONERY. KAVV DKI abtment, ) Washik.ton, May 18,18SI ( Sealed Prc|<aale, addressed to the Hecreta'y ei the>avy, for fun lwhin* stiti >neri for the Navy Depaitlut-ut, and L-.:i?a > and office* thereof, in Wathlrtrton, durtntr the fl-cal yea' ondintr Juue 80, l?h2, will te received un.il 12 o'clock it., of the 26tbr-f Jme. I'ropoeale muct be anbmitted on the form" furtiabed by the Fepartoicn', wi'h the guarantee ?nd otrtificate acnezi-d, aid muet embrace all the iteina therein. Propoaala from parties not entrafed In baalneaa In WkBhlctrt >o, or who have not a cupply dei- >t in ancL city. ?111 not be conai lered. Tte s? btdii le ? mbract* two treueral claaaos lat Paper acd eiive!oi>ea 24. Miectliane uaArtlclei; and the contra't w.ll be awarded lu the wh ?le or by clams, aa may be considered the more ad vantaireonfe to tlie Government. IheCepartmtnt reserves the rVbt to require a eater or leas quantity of any article in Ui? sohodu e than tiat epeicified. ae lite wants of theaame mar require. Ine articles will be call<d for from time to time as needed, and mnst be tn accordance with *be fchedule, and aatiefactory to the head of the offioe or l-ure?u for which reomred ; must be delivered without uniieOMiea'y delay, and at the en-en?e of the contrsctor; in delaa.t of any of wuicti requirements the Dei>artment n?t - v?i the riyiit to parchare the articles el-ewhere, or to annul the contract in whole or in part, *ua vTili hold the o?> tractcra re?iH>nsib.e for an) add.ti.nal eii?nscit may incur thereby. The Lepaitu eni reserves the rlirt.t to waive dsfeiU aid to icj ct any or all bid*. WM. H. HCNT, m!8-2aw4 w Feci etary of tne ?avy. PROPOfcALB FUR MIS<5ELLANEOC? 8UPPLIAH Tepabimkbt of thb Intektob. i Wasnii tnrn, D 0 , June 7. 1 ?81 i Fea'ed Pfposale will be received nutil 12 o do?k m.. 1 HUBSfAY, June 2?, 18?l. for furiUhtmr ttiaoeliaLeona Supplies, anch aa 8 a da. Brootna, F>ather Dns'ere, Duet Briiflies Ac . for tns De pe^tment of Hie Inttnor for the ftaoal year endui< June 3*'. 18?!. It.ank form of Prop'aal* alio winr the Items and estimated qnantitlea required, tr.tr^ther with Circular relatuur thereto, v ill be furniaLed oa application to this Department. Propoealsto be addree?ed to the Secretary of the Interior, and indo.aed "FropoeaJi for Mu<e.l? neous Sopphe*.M A BELtL, J?lJ,l&.D).Xi-4t Adinir Secretary.