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THE EVENING STAR. *
WASHINGTON
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konn r.af dnilv circulation morr Ihnr treble
I>;ut ol ant oilier diiiv rarer ouliHuhfd In
U Kkhinctnn. nnti ruani to Ihai ol all m?
?lirer (Inilv paper* here mlrtfil loeollrT.
1 hi hTAK office t> conn<< tf-d with Ui? Telephone Ex
1 j ? ?e. Adnrtbranito, ?.r?ier* for tlse i ai*r by mal J
im fih?-n\iw. tews. or any hifcnr.aUoii cr businoAi
m iescntday or night, I rtf ciiaive.
The Star will lie s?n: by maii, jw?t paid. to those
leaving the < ity during the mrniuer for unylengih of
tin;e, and the address ciiinged as often m desired.
8ol*-cription, filtj cc.ut> i*-r moi.tli, rot.mvci.x is
advance.
CoVderlng the quick and frequent means of
communlciilon between E^ypt and Ea-jland, It Is
a matter of 3>irprlse th.it the governm- nt of the
latt- r conr.trj has m ide no quarantine regulations
against Testis arriving there from Egyptian
ports, where cholera la now raging w.th extreme
virulence, and Showing sl^ns of spreading rather
thin abating. Should the disease oaee gala a_
foot-hoalalon/ tip- w iter-fronts and In the slums
of London. Liverpool and other crowded cities it
would be almost Impossible to eradicate It, and
the sacrifice of life cert. In ta occur before that
could bt accomplished would b? something frightful
to contemplate. Like most o.hor enemies of
t ie human family, cholera is much easier kept
out than put out, and governm -nt oW l.ils who do
not promptly adopt every known me ns within
their power conducive to the torai r ml ar guilty
of most cnmtn.tl neglect. If the British government
Is remiss In so vital a matter. It is to be
hoped that the oOlclals of other civ llz-d nations
are more alive to trie obligations which they all
owe to mankind. By counuoa consent and united
action the dlse.ise shouid be kept withfn Its present
bounds, and effectually stamped out there, as
experience shows It can be done.
For the nine months ended with March 31st List
the total receipts of the Poet Office department
were ?i.",Wtv>;6, anl the expenditures were
f;<l,43ti,Si4, leaving a surplus of ?2,509,442. The
surplus for the last quarter of the fiscal year, or
froui April 1st to July 1st. when the receipts shall
have been footed up, win ho doubt Increase the
total excess of receipts over expenditures to over
three and a hall million dollars tor the year. The
reduction of letter postage will cut down the receipts
for the current fiseal year, but the Indications
are that there wlil not be as large a deficit
next July as his been estimated. The Post Ofilce
department would have made a very different
snowing frciu this bad not the star route bloodsuckers
been shaken off.
The oid-line republicans of Virginia have Issued
a call for a meeting of their state committee on
the 19th, with tiie avowed purpose of taking p;irt,
as an organization, In the fall campaign. The
legislature to be elected will reapportion the state
Into Congressional districts. The repuollcans will
take the Held in open hostility to Mahone.and any
members of the legislature elected by them will,
very probably, act In co-operation with the democrats
on the re-dlstrlctlng question.
Several suggestions have been made as to the
l*?t niethol of getting rid of the trade dollar, but i
the better plan and the simplest to remove th-j
annoyance caused by this coin will be for Congress
to authorize that the trade dollars be received at
par In exchange for standard silver dollars; so
many thousamls of which are now locked up In
Treasury vaults. In this way a curiam coin, acceptable
everywhere, can be substituted tor the
objectionable trade dollar, and without loss either
to the bolder or the government.
The Georgia delegations of republicans that
visited the President with the view ot getting 1". j
8. Marshal Longstreet removed, on party grouuds,
got very cold comfort. The President was so
pointed in his inqu ries after Gen. Longstreei's
health that the delegation suspected that he was
giving them a strong hint.
The Apache Indians left in the Sierra Madras
are making it warm for the Mexicans while Gen.
Crook Is absent, instead of going into the reservation
and surrendering, they are pillaging and
taking scalps. Evioeutly they need considerable
bayonet reconstruction to make them good Ind
ians.
+ ?
Assistant Secretary New asserts quite positively
that Indiana will not have any candidate for the
republican presidential nomination. As a reward
for Indiana's modesty In not claiming the head of
the ticket he th.mcs the convention should be held
at Indianapolis.
There is a ripple of the Arthur boom up in New
H imp-hire. Ex-Governor Smyth says the first
choice of the republicans of that state for President
la the present Incumbent.
Carey, the Dublin informer, has been decLared a
bankrupt, if he gets too poor to support himself
the English government will "assist" him to
America, probably.
? ?
Washington maintains Its reputation of being
cooler and healthier in summer than cities hundreds
of miles further north.
Hard To Beat.
WHERE n THE HOUSE THAT HAS MADE A
GENE UAL CUT ALL TURwUGH I HE STUCK OP
PER CENT) l WES TY CENT ON THE DOLLAR
EXCEPT GEORGE SPRANSY. THESE GOODS ARE
THE LATEST NEW YORK STYLES AND WERE
MADE TO SELL THIS SEASON. ANDTHEREASON
OP THIS FORCED SALE IS THAT WE ARE DISCOUNTING
THE DEPRESSED CONDITION OF
1 HE WOOLEN MARKET IN MAKING HEAVY
PURCHASES FOR THE BENEFIT OF OUR PATRONS
DURING THE COMING FALL AND WINTIB
SEASON.
GEORGE 8PRANST,
ONE-PRICE CLOTHIER AND TAILOR,
107 SEVENTH 8TREKT.
tar BE SURE AND COME TO THE BIGHT
TORE. Jri
Fob Seaside And Mountain ^IVeab
BEATON PERRY
(Sccreesor to Perry k Brother-)
^COLORED ALL-WOOL FLANNEL8 for Bathing
LADII.S' HABIT CLOTHS for Mountain Costumes.
CREAM AND IVORY WHITE KHVBER CLOTHS.
CHUDDAM AND YACHT CLOJHS.
NT VS VFILINGS, from J5c. to$1.50. In Black and
aL the Fa*hioua?>ie Color*.
ELEGANT STOCK OF BROCADES. GAUZES AND
)J10>iAN SILKS for Day and Evening Wear.
fci.ACK SILKS iBtut from fi to $3.
SATIN LHADAMEM AND SURAH SILKS, in Black
ai>a ail fliatk*. from (1 to ?3.
CHUDDA. SHETLAND and CASHMERE SHAWLS.
GOSSAMER WATERPHO >FS. LINEN DUSTKuS.
ALL FANCY PARASOLS AT COST.
ALL SUMMER NOVELTIES. FANCY GRENADINE-*
AND EMBROIDERED ROBES AT GREATLY
lir.J'U?'lD PRICES.
'WHITE <?o?>DS*' in Great Variety and Lowest
*r.C'? G tiara::Us J.
GENUINE CALCUTTA SEERSUCKERS.
WT CHOICE GOOD-. PLAIN FIGURES AND COBEEC
1 PRICES.
SEATON* PERRY,
Perry HuiMln*,
lYnnaii van;a avinuet, corner 9th street.
Fstab'ished 184o. jj?
Gct The Bbst.
______
THE CONCORD HARNESS."
THE CONCORD COLLARS,
LL'TZ A BRO.,
it'i PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Adjoiniinc th? National Hotel.
fete AvonU for Hill's Cdeontcd Concord Harness.
TRUNKS and HARNESS in groat vane ty, at Lowest
xaa
4 NOTHER LOT Bo^'S BAILOR SUITS JUST AIliV
RIVED.
lTice, 11.50, J1.75 and fi.ii, They are cheaper than 1
iinenM.
Great li eduction in M?n's and Boy** Ca* rime re Suits
to don out.
Car KOuds fit, no mLfita. btraw liato at Slaughtering
mt*.
Laiho' and Men's Low Cut Shoes at a Great Reduction
to c.ooe ouL
J. W. SELBY.
>23 1914 and 1)16 Pennsylvania avenue.
507 Picture Frames. 507 j
GEO. C. GWYNN. 507 4'^ STREET S.W.
lull success in vcrii*o Old! aiuily purtraiU. ap
%
Dollars Saved.
woodward a lothrop*5
BOSTON DRY GOODS HOUSE
;
Have made the following reductions on
FINE DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS,
Blifrhtly soiled or shop worn on'y:
3-8x10 White Damask Table Cloth", fancy bine and
gray bordf rs. rednc* d from $2. 50 to $2.
3-Ki 11 White Dioaj.-ik ia'.te Cloths, fancy blue ud
icr j\ bnr -.prj. reduced from f3 to $2.50.
2-':x '. 2 l?>ab Damask Tahie Cloths, with scarlet borders,
r. du; od from f3. 50 to 13.
7-3x12. ?hite 1 amanii Cloth*. with scarlet border!, reduced
from jc toft.
2 rtx iO Bull u.?i..x-k Ts >> " Cloth", reduced from $5 to$4.
1-8x1- White Damask 1 able Cloth*, with scarlet border*.
reduced from $4.50 to ??.50.
l-8xi'< White k Table Cloths. with scarlet borders
reduced from ?4 75 to ?4.
50-inch Srotch Loom iable Damask, reduced from 60c,
to^T'ot.
Fruit Doy i> s, all linen. 4lfcj., 50c., (Wo. per doaen.
'1 urkey wed Damask Do} liea, 75c. aud $1 r>?r dozen.
Loom l>?inask Napkins, with scarlet borders, 75c. and
yOc. i-ordozcu.
In connection with the above we shall offer some special
bargains in
BATH TOWELS,
at i2<4c., 15c.. and 25c. each.
lir.DUCTED trice? on embroidered uresses.
Iu order to close out our stock of Embroidered
l/ret^e- at once we nave ma le the following- r*tlactions
on the small number we Cave remaining in stock:
4 rcrn Mnll Suits reduced from f7.50 to $5 oach.
3 Ecru Mull Suit.*, reduced fn>m 1^.50 to |6,50 each.
6 5 "atj>t-> sni b, reduced from to i~> evh.
? Batirte Suits, reduced from to $6 each.
At these i rices we expect to have none left at the end
of the week.
REDUCED Pi!ICES ON* EMBROIDERED SATTEEN
ROBES.
3 Ernbrt idert d S.itteen Robes, reduce! from $12.50 to
i8 50.
2 Embroidered Ratteen Robes. reduced from $17.50 to
$103
F.mbr-'idered Satteen Robes, reduced from $21 to
*12.50.
2 1 mi roitiered Satteen Robes, reduced from $23.50 to
?^15?
Each snlt contains 10M yards Froncb Patteen, and 4)4
yards 1 reach Satte-n narrow embro.dery on one edge,
Wide embroidery on the other e^Ue.
REDUCED PRICES ON SCOTCH zephyr EMBiiOlDEKED
ROBES.
1 Embroidered Scotch Zephyr Robe, reduced from $10
to 50.
1 Eml.r i.iered Scotch Zephyr Robe, reduced from $9
tnjti.iu.
Quantities the same as in the Sattocn Robes.
woodward a lothrop
BOSTON DRY GOODS HOUSE.
921?pennsylvania avenue?92L
Jyll
Notion Department.
WHITE CANVAS belts
Onlj' 15 cent* oach.
NAVY BLUE. BLACK. CARDINAL. AND CREAM
WHITE WOU8TED PELTS.
25 cents each.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
BOSTON DKY GOODS HOUSE,
Jyll 921 Pennsylvania avenue. 921
H alf Dollars Saved.
WOODWAKD X Lot HKOP. BOSTON DRY GOODS
b *ve :?.aue the f llowinir rednctions on a few
lots of hue Lisle '1 brRa?l Hosiery, to close: Ho?.iery Dep.-utmeiit?Ladies'
Derby Hibbed l.isle Thread Hose, in
cardinal, bronze and navy blue. reduced to #1 per pair.
L-dics' Oi?;n Worked Lace Lisl* Thread Hose, iu navy
b.ue, seal brown, ihrhtHue and link, reduced to $1 per
i>air. Lsdiw' Dropped Stitch Lisle Thread Hose, in
bronzo, old cold, cm-bed strawoerry and freudarme,
re iuced to 75c. per pair. Ladies Diopped Stitch Black
.Silk Ho??e, reduced to $1.50 tier pair. Ladiee'Black silk
Hose, with laie ope;, worked aak es, reduced to *1.60
p?-r pair. Woo. -WAliD At LOTHlioP, Boston Dry
G d.-i House. 921 Pa. ave., Washington, D. C. Jyll
QUART! KS SAVED.?WOODWARD ft LOTHROP,
Ro- ION DRY lift: iDS lli 'Ua!', have male the
id ..''.vinK reductions in Hand J mbroidered Mull
iiehus. White Hand ! inbroidered Mull Fichus, lie.jvy
blue and white Poik:i L>, is Muli Fichus, with hand
embroidered edve; white Hemstitched Mull Fichus,
with printed borders; Fancy I Tint* d Mul! Fichus, with
han-i emb oi.iered eotre. alt reduce i to 50 cents each.
We have also a complete lino, in finer qualities, of
b.-uid embroidered Fic iusat75 cents, #1. $1.25, $1.44,
$1.75, *2. $..25. $2.75 each. Upon c^ch nuniber we
(guarantee to save you a quarter. Please examine.
WnOuWAUD ft LOTHROP,
BOSTON DKY GOODS HOUoE,
921 I'enneylvania avenue. 921
Cfi.ove "Department.
Our dciU' nstration on Cbamoia Mousquetaire Gloves,
at .>0<\ and 7 ?c. lor the ?ix and ei.-ht button length, resiiective'v.
succeeded admirably. V,e sha.l have none
lett by Saturday. We propof^ now to reduce another
line, b-biitt.m length, ll)a< k Undressevl Mousquctaire
Kid Gloves, we have never sold tor less than $2.25, our
price t. close reduced to ?1 i>er pair; sizea 5\ to6Ji.
-button length. Undressed Kid Gioves, in colors and
black, we have never -old less than ?1.6.?, also reauced
to $1 per pair: sizes to 6*?.
W<HIDWARI> ti LOTHROP.
BOSTON i'RV G' CDS HOUSE,
Jyll 921 Penn. ATe.. WashiLirton, D. C.
I?AN< Y CREAMERY BUTTER, 4 LB. CROCKS,
full net weitfht. for $1.20. aud 10 lbs. be^t Granulated
- uparfor 93 cents. ELPHONZO YOUNG-. 504
9th street. Jyll-4t
^yllan line-summer service.
Quebec to Liverpool every Saturday, making the
sh rtest ocean Yoyaire. Only live days from land to
land. Accommodations unsuri?8sed. Cabin?$70 and
$80 single; $135 and $150 Excursion.
Baltimore to Liverpool every alternate Tuesday, via
Haiil&x and St. Johns. N. F.
Intermediate Passage, $40. Prepaid Steerage, $21.
leve ft alden, General Agents,
207 Broadway, New York; or.
At Washington, D. C.:
D. a. BROSNAN, 612 9th street.
JAMES BELLEW, 711 7th street.
G. W. MOSS. 225 Pennsylvania avenue.
Jyil-w,s,m.6m
**?HTRPRISE" FLOUR, MINNESOTA PATENT,
is the very best. 10 lbs. Granulated Suscar 93c.
elphonzo YOUNGS.
Jyll-4t Sole A>rent.
The season.
the season.
THE SEASON.
LADIES* ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE.
LADIES* ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE.
AUGUST PART ISSUED JULY 10.
AUGUST PART ISSUED JULY 10.
Price per copy, 30c ; yearly subscription, $3.60.
"The Season" takes the foremost position among all
ike fashion Journal*, not only for its cheapness, but
still more for the exquisite execution of the Engraving*
aud lariro amount of matter given in each folio part,
namely: 1 larirs Colored Plate*. J Historical or National
costume Pictuiea, about 200 Illustrations of Dress and
Needlework. 20 fall sited Jrasftlon Patterns, and 30 Designs
of Embroidery, and much descriptive text: bnsidos
Review of ovslties" and ".>ew Needlework."
THK INTERNATIONAL NkWS CO..
It General Agents. P.O. Box 1334. New York.
ROH^ GENUINE BELFAST GINGER ALE. $1. 40
> a doaeo. 10 lbs. Granulated Sugar 93o.
JtLPHONZO YOUNQ8,
Jyll 4t 504 9th street
fJlO 1HE TRADE.
Proixwals are invited by the undenhmed for the purchase
in balk of the stock and store fixtures in Mr. W.
S. iiitcheli's Store, No. H13 Market Siwce. Washington,
D. C.
said stock ooosUta of Carpets, OUoiotha, Linoleums,
Mattings, Shade Cloths, Kuga, Lac* and other Curtains,
Cpnoistering Triuimimrs. ftc., ftc., ftc.
lTopoeals will slao be received for to* purchase of lota
Of the stork.
The purchaser of the store fixtures will have the privilege
of renting the store.
REGINALD FENDALL,
ssurnee of Win. H. Mitchell.
H13 Market S|>ac*.
Washington. D.C., July 10, 1883. JylO-6t
Take notice?
ELPHONZO YOUNGS
la NOW loeated at 504 9th street, between E and F sta.,
Jyll-4t opjostte Daily Critic offlce.
J?OLl3feKOM HOUSE, . 1
BRIG AN TINE BEACH, N. J. fi: :lg |
It is two and a-half miles north of Atlantic Ctty. and
street cars meet every train st that place, conveying
paseeoxers to the Inlet, where a boat awaits them, which
runs direct to the house. It is near the beach, with fine
battling as can be found at any resort.
N < ar by are the summer residences of Hon. Alfred C.
Harmer and other prominent men. In the immediate
vicinity of tne house will be found good gunning and
fishiiur.
'1 mine, $10 to $12 per week. Washington morning
trains connect in Philadelphia and Atlantic City. Dally
mail. Uyll-lu] REr.D It SMITH, Proprietors.
ELPHONZO YOUNGS.
Jyll-4t 604 9th street.
H AT 81 U AT8I
AT AND BELOW COST.
STOCK MUST BE REDUCED.
MRS. M. J. HUNT,
JylO 1300 F STREET NORTHWEST.
t'^l'RPRISE FLOUR," MINNESOTA PATENT,
O IS THE VERY B iT.
10 lbs. GRANULATED SUGAR. 93c.
Jyll-4t EDPHONZO YOUNGS. Sole .Went
E lectric Bells. !
ROYCE ft MAREAN.
dealers IN GENERAL ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES,
1408 Pin*. Ate., Opp. WilianTs Hotel.
The New Electric-Floor-Mat-Burglar Alarm, Electric
Gas Lighting, Batteries and Insulated Wire.
Estimates furnished.' Je20-1m*
GFO. BING ft CO., RUBBER STAMPS, 8TENcils,
steel and Ribbou Stamps, No. 710 D street
ncrthweetbUiiiim
lor marking Linen a speciality. Je28-3w*
Whit* And Eceu Embroidered |
A
ROBES, SATINE ROBES,
" WIASScnVUSS!^1^8 *?b 8EA '*?m :
8TEaaTmkeEbDSSS?2I<?S? "m DBEaa 00008 5
PUBE LINEN LAWNS. 15c.; FINE8T QUALITY. 25o.
LARGE STOCK OF FINE PARASOL8 LESS THAN <
COST; O EAT BARGAINS ABE OFFERED. j
summp.r Silks, suuah silks, and att.
CHOICE DRESS GOODS AT LOW PRICES,
PREVIOUS TO TAKING AN INVENTORY of ,
STOCR. WE DESIRE TO CLOSE OUT AS NEAB !
AS POS8IBLE, AND WE AUE OFFEKING
GKEAT INDUCEMENTS.
15?PVriEBNSF rHENCH aATTEENS IH BELECT \
one PRICE.
w. m. 8hdsteb k sons. '
919 Psnasylvanla Ave.
THE BEST 18 THE CHEAPEST. JylO ]
f IMS JUICE-BOSK. MoNSURAT, MABTINIQUE
JLi _ AND RALEIGH BRAND>.
10 lbs. GRANOLVTED SUGAR for 93c.
Jyll-4t ELPHONZO YOUNGS, <04 9tn street. |
Summer Goods
AT REDUCED PBICES.
i
W We do Dot wish to carry anything over.
TYUBE 4 CHEWNINO.
JylO 939 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
FRY'S COCOA EXTRACT. IN ONE POUND DECORATED
CANISTERS, 70o,
And 10 11*. Gi<A\ULATEL? SUGAR for 93c.
Jyll-4t eluionzo youngs, 504 9th Btreet.
WHITE SHIRTS. [
Finished, laundriod and boat fitting for the money la
the city.
W. 8. TEEL,
JylO 935 Pennsylvania avenna.
Good american sardines.
10 BOXES FOR $1.00,
And 10 lbs. BIOS r GRANULATED SUGAR for 93?.
Jyll-4t >LPHO.NZO YOUNGS. 6<)4 9th street.
Our Revised Prices
PLEASE THE PEOPLE.
THE PBOOF OF IT IS. LAST SATURDAY WAS
THE LARGEST DAY8 SALES WE EVER HAD
in THE MONTH OF JULY.
I
SOME OF THE FEA8T OF THIN GOODS ARE YET
TO BE HAD.
The Genuine Calcutta Seersucker Suits at $10.
The $6 Pantaloons at $3.50 a pair.
The $2.50 and $3 White Duck Vests at $1.50. The
Odd Suit Pantaloons at $2.38 a pair.
Values washed away this week like traces In the sand.
babgain a. j
Lot 8048?22 suits?finest imported Cheviot Suitings.
We imported the (roods through Messrs. Msoroz, i
Poulieb&Co., of New York. a stylish fancy Suit, '
the i rice naa been $25. it now ia $15 a suit. If you can
tret a sui t like it elsewhere for less than $25 a suit, we
will pay for it.
i
bargain b.
]
Tot* 8042 and 8043. fancy imported Cheviot Suits, |
nobby, stylish and dressy, in fact, a iovely Btyle of suit,
good value at $22 a suit; It now is $15 a suit We don't
want to carry them over until next season, and therefore
the price must move them.
BARGAIN C.
A genuine English Ftockinet Coat and Vest, silk
lined, the most pleasant goods for Bummer wear that we
haye ever had. i he co or is a very handsome dark
green and the coat ia made In sack, vest single breasted,
no collat. button hitrh. We otter them at $15, ooat and
vest good value at $'i3.
BARGAIN D.
Three lots of Geo. MesmiugFreuch Suitings, made into
Sack Sui's. light in weight and color, good value at $18 '
aBuit: in fact, never sold for less. We offer them at
$10 a suit.
baegain E. j
Lots 8124, -8125 and 812ft?Feather weight Pin Check
Suits. Most pleasant summer suit we ever made. 1
Everybody's price on these suits is $20 a suit. We offer j
them at $16 a suit, in three colors.
bargain f. \
1
Boys All-wool Cassimere Suits, in three colors, good j
value at $7 a suit. We offer them at $4.50 a suit. These
suits are all in small lots.
bargain g.
Don't delay coming for those Norfolk Plaited 8uit?. ,
They are all wool, nicely made and trimmed; good
value at $5 a suit. Now go at $3 a suit. *
j
?? M j
tw Remember these Redu ctJons are made from prioa*
that are guaranteed at all times to be the Lowest
i
A. 8AK9 & OO^
<
i
THE LEADING AND POPULAR CLOTHIERS.
i
Srt SIC AND 918 SEVENTH STREET.
jjlegant oranges^and velvet skin j
I BBagAtePJMLt
! To Show That One Thing
CAN BE DONE AS WELL AS ANOTHER,
THE MISFIT STORE,
, CORNER 10TH AND F STREETS,
Has Reduced Suits for Boys, age 4 to II,
From $3 to fl. 50,
From $4 to $2,
From $5 to $2.50.
From $6 to $8,
From $7 to $3.60k 1
From $8 to $4.
SUITS FOB BOYS, 12 TO IT, REDUCED
From $8 to $3.75,
From $9 to $4.60. 1
From $10 to $5. ,
% From $13 to $6.
A few more Genuine Seersucker 8uitai $10.
A few more Imitation seersucker Suits, $3. SO. 1
Blue Flannel Suits regardless of cost or vat?. 1
Casslmere Suits, reduced from $10 to $6.
Better ones, reduced from $12 to $7.
Still better Suits, (educed from $16 to $10.
Fine Suits, reduced from $18 tu $12. !
Black Dlsgonal Suits, reduced from $15 to $10.
Black Cloth Suits, reduced to $16. j
finest Black Broadcloth Suits, redacsd to $20. worth i
Men's Gossamers, reduced from S3 to $2,
Better ones, reduced from $4 to $2.50.
Still better ones, reduced from $5 to $3. J
PANTS.
and1*??."? qu4Utle*$2,$2.50. $3, $3.50, $4 {
{
VF8TS. ,
White and Fancy Duck Vests from 60 oentatip. i
OFFICE COATS.
rzSEVSZ* T^rle^y ^ Alpaca. Drap d'Ete, Serge, Nun's
Cloth. Ac., at prices to suit every one. j
THE MISFIT ST0BE, [
Having, like every success, imitators, be sure and
come to the corner of t
J>9 TENTH AND F STREET8. 1
btif1cial eyes, ~ ?? :
$8, $10, $15. Fyerfirht fitted.
HEMPLER'S OLD STAND. '
468 Pennsylvania avenue.
$
WANTED?HELP. '
ANTED?TEN QOOD CARPENTERS. APPLY
at corner of 10th and C street* southeast. It*
IjKTANTED?AT 821 EAST CAPITOL STREET,
"" Capitol Hill, a <rood Coot. Wasbsr and Ironcr. It*
WANTED ? REGISTERED PHARMACIST!
state lowest salary exported. Address A. B., Star
>tHce. it*
ANTED?SURVEYING AND ENGRAVING.?I
" have a place for a student in an old-established
Jffloe. Address, rivni* references, to H.CRK8 WICKK,
P. O. Box 44. Barrie, Lake Simcoe.Ont. Canada.jIl-3^
WANTED-A COLORED WOMAN, TO COOK,
wash and iron, in a private family. Apply to 913
E street northwest. jyll-3t*
ANTED-A WOMAN FOB GENERAL HOUSEwork.
Most stay at night Apply at 096 B street
muthwest 4yll-3t*
WANTED-THREE GOOD MOULDING MAKERS,
at Phcenix ristainK Mill, Ohio avenue and 12th
itreet DANIEL SMITH. Jyll-3t*
WASTED-MAN TO STAT IN OFFICE AND
collect; situation permanent; wages, $5 per week;
SS2 MAK ASS&'SS? omS: reao&d- ,t-aWANTED?SEVERAL
SMART, ACTIVE, INTELligent
Ladies or Gantlemen, to take subscriptions
for the Continental Magazine; price. 60c. per year;
good terms. Address L. B. WOOLLEN, Jr.. 476
Pennsylvania avenue northwest. Jyll-3t"
WANTED?A WOMAN, TO COOK. WASH AND
iron; must have good references. Inquire ai 11 "3
M street northwest jyl0-3t*
ANTED-A FIRST-CIA88 BAKER. APPLY AT
1005 7th street southeast Jyl0-2t*
\*TANTED-A WHITE GIRL FOR GENERAL
?* housework in a small family. Apply at 1120 7th
street southeast, navy-yard. Jyl0-3t*
WANTED?DRES8MAKI.RS: NONE BUT FIRST class
need apply. At 924 E street northwest. B.
YOUNG. Jyl0-2t*
\\TANT? D?A RESPECTABLE WHITE GIRL TO
vv nurse and do chamber work in a small family;
references required. Apply at 915 9th street northwest
Jyl0-2t*
WANTED?TWO GOOD GIRLS TO GO TO OHIO;
private family. Apply at 1233 11th street north^
Jy9-3t*
WANTED?TWENTY-FIVE (25) GOOD PICKERS
and shovelers; wages $1.25 per day; pay every
week in cash; steady work until Christmas. Also. 20
<*rte: wajres 75c._j.>er day. WASHINGTON
BRICK MACHINE CO., H and Boundary streets
northeast. jyfi. iw
WANTED?100 WAITERS FOR WATERING
places. CooksjUh&mtiermaids and ireneral workers
for Baltimore. Philadelphia, New York and Brooklyn,
N.Y. 926 F street northwest. C. E. PRICE'S
Agency. Jy5-7t*
\VANTED-WHITt AND COLORED COOKS,GENT?'. r*1
WorkP1*. 2d Girls and Nurses, for this city,
Baltinvn-e, Pbilaaelph a. New York and elsewhere.
Families furnished Servants with referen. es. Try us.
i Su n?w ? licensed Agency. C. E. PRICE ft CO.
Jy2-2w*
\VT ANTED - WHITE AND COLORED - COOKS.
.,' Chambermaids, General Workers, Kitchen Girl-'.
Also, German Servants. All bring references. Ladies
can see servants at office, 926 F st. n.w.. C.E. PRICE &
CO. Jv2 2w*
AN TED-EMPLOYMENT BUREAU-FAMILIES
furnished with first-ciass Help?Cooks. Waiters.
Chambermaids, General Housework ere. Ac. Servants
wanted. L. C. DUN PORE. 618 10th st- n.w. d!8-7m*
WANTED?SITUATIONS.
\VASTED-BY A YOUNGWJil'l'K GIRL A 8ITU^
yv anoni as nurse or chambermaid- Apply at present
place, 1324 19th street northwest. it*
WANTED?A LADFOFEXPERI EN'CE DK8IRES
a position as teacher of English branches and
Latin in a school or family; references exchanged. Address
R. M. C.. Star office. Jyll-3t
WAN TED-PL ACEH FOR COOK8, CHAMBERmaids.
Nurses, Housemen, Drivers, Waiters and
Boys, with references. Women servants can be seen at
Licensed Agency, 926 F st. n. w. C. E. PRICE.
Jy2-2w
W ANTE D?ROOMS.
ANTED?A SMALL ROOM AND BOARD IN
private family, where I can find a home. Address
' -Clerk." Star office. It*
WANTED?TWO NICELY FUHMsHKD ROOMS
in quiet neighborhood. No questions asked. A<1?
dress C. M. C., City Post Office. It*
WANTED?RO<>M ON FIRST FLOOR OR BASEment
for k tor jure purposes, in the neighborhood of
Stn aiid D streets. Address, with terms, Box 32, Star
office.
WANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN. WHO CAN GIVE
the best of reference, a furnished or unfurnished
second-story Front Room, centrally located. Address,
with term8, Box 31, Star office. It*
W ANTED-1 wo NICELY FURNISHED COMvv
municatinjr Rooms. on second floor, for permanent
ocrnpmit: central location; terms must be moderate.
Address Box 4. Star office. Jyl0-3t*
W^T/-D-T^ WELL FUKNI8HKD COMMUNICATING
Rot ms, northwest suitable for iijrht
housekeeping', north or south front; ten minutes' walk
from P. O. D. Address Room 61, floor D, Gth Auditor's
M"ce. Jy9-3t*
WANTED?HOUSES.
WANTED?TO BUY, IN NORTHWEST WASIIimrton
or Georgetown. roomy honse, with garden
attached. Address, with description, price and terms,
N. D. S.. Star office. Jyl0-4t*^
WANTED-TO BUY?FOR CASH?HOUSE IN
northwest portiop of city; price from three to five
Hlou25Sd Also Vacant Lot. Address P. O.
Box 673, city. Jyl0-3t*
\0 ANTED?TO BUY?A MODERN BRICK DWEL11
liD? in northwest; 8 to 10 roonin; southern exPF1111
payment. Address W. H. F.,
tox 368, Washington, D. C., giving full particulars,
jy ut
ANTED?FOR A PURCHASER A HOUSE OF
9 or 10 rooms, in northwest section of the city.
Pnce not to exceed ?6.000. AUG. A. NICHOLSON.
Real Estate Agent. 605 14th street. Jy9-3t
WANTED? MISCELL ANEO US
WANTED-TWO OK THREE LIGHT-COVERKD
Wsgous, capable of carrying six or eight persons
s*ch. Address, stating price per day or week, B.I Z..
Star office. Jyll-3t*
WANTEi??I WISH SOME ONE TO TAKE MY EXceilent
horse for the next two months. It must remain
in its present stable, near K and 13th streets; expenses
will be about $30 per month. State probable
asage (except Sundays). Address Box 2, Star office. It*
WANTED-TO HIRE EIGHT HORSES IN THE
following manner: Four on a barouch to be fur i
nished by contractor and four on our carnage, with
Irivers; time, ewich afternoon from 1 to 4. for two
months; business, parading the street oue hour, balance
of time to stand under canvas. Bids will be accepted
Thursday and Friday, July 12 and 13. Address
W. F. F.. Star office. It*
WANTKD-WELL-DIGGERS TO BID ON ENlarging
a well or diegmg a new one at Howard
university. Address J. B. JOHNSON. Treasurer.Jy9 3t
WANTED - PIANO PUPILS, ADVANCVD~OR
beginners, by competent lady instructor of firstclass
references Address R. H. SYLVESTER. City
P- Jyj-3t*
WANTED-ADVERTISING SOLICITORS AND
Subscribers. You can get' "1 he Weekly Literary
limes."a large 32-column Journal, and "The Washon?
y?ar. for only
11.20. Address A. G. LEvVls, Editor Tunee. South
Boston. Va. Jy5-6t
T*T ANTED?SECOND HAND FURNITURiT
.\l stocks of dry (roods, Highest ca?h price paid.
Address Box 137 Star office. JeStt-lm
VXTANTED?WHEELMEN IT IS TO YOUR 1NV
tenet to know that all BicyolM and Tricycles reIROTHERT
bT Prm0tiCml attke" "^^^MITH
V*7ANTED-YOUB SOILED SUIT OF CLOTHKi
vv tooieanintheveir best manner for fl.B0;send
XXTANTED?GET YODB CARPET8 CLEANED BY
" ,the Automatic Steam Proesss, The best in the
country Orders by telephone or otherwise receive
prompt attention. SINGLETON * HOEKE, 801 Marlet
Space. Je6-2m
WAMTED-L. BICE. 490 MAINE AVENUE
rtjuncarprt claming works, the oldest
"? b?t in the city. Mattresses remade, feathers
renovated, furniture steamed; orders by telephone. my7
WANTED-MME. MERRION, MANICURE, LATE
T of 70 N. Chsrles street, Baltimore, Md. Parlors
for ladies and gentlemen at 1106 F street northwest,
orat door to Mrs. Palmer's. Manicure Goods for
wde. myl
"WANTED?1404 PENNBYLVAHLA AVENUE, OPJfjposite
Willard's?Hair Mattresses, Feather feeds.
Bolsters and Pillows renovated; Carpets cleaned,stored
f^dreiayL All kinds of mattresses made to order. F.
lUUriG. apl9
\*TANTED?STEAM CARPET CLEANING WITHv
V out whipping or injury to your carpets. Orders by
telephone. 616 Louisiana avenue. A. H. OHACE k
BKO#
ANTED ? TO ANNOUNCE THAT JOHN E.
BEALL, Room 4, 1420 New York avenne. is a Commissioner
of Deeds for Every State and Territory. U.
8. Commissioner, Examiner and Notary. Always in
office from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. m2
^yA^El^.UPHOLSTEBY WORK OF ANY DEA.
B. CHASE ft BRO..
07 Next to City Post oihee.
LOST AND FOUND.
OST-ON JULY 9TB. TWENTY DOLLAU8 IN
money and seventeen and a-half In sleeping car
acneta. Ten dollars reward if returned to the Star
jell-2f
OST OB MISLAID?ON JULY t. A 8MALL PACKage
of papers, containinir four discharges and final
jUtemant from ,Wa? depactnent. A suitable reward
rill be paid if returned to Star office. Jyll-at*
LOST?YORKSHIRE TERRIER, BODY DARK,
head and breast light; ears and tail cut: wove chain,
fwo bellsand tag No. 400. Reward paid if returned to
1504 S street northwest jyl0-3t*
gTRAYED?BLACK AND TAN TERRIER, 811
^months aid. well grown; hody and legs black; feet,
inkles and mouth tan colored; had strap around neck.
Seward if brought to 307 O street northwest. Jy9-3t*
LOST?AMETHY8T RING. ON BOARD STEAMER
Corcoran, yesterday. Sunday; initials inside. K.L.
P. SuitaUe reward paid if retained to PRINCE, 1009
r street. Jy9-3t*
REWARD.-STBAYED FROM THE PLACE
ipAtJ of Charles Milbrook, on the 5th of July, a livht
)ay Mare Mule, with one shoe off, about twelve hands
juUrh. eight years old. Above reward if returned to
CQARLuS MILBROOK. Muirkirk Furnace, Prince
ioorye's county. Md. jy?-3t%
PERSONAL.
[HEREBY WARN ALL PERSONS FROM TRUSTlng
my wife, Sarah Ann Spaniding, as she has left
ny house, and I will pay no bills contracted by her.
Tuesday, July 10. pt'1 DANIEL 8PAULDINQ.
fir ANTED ? CORRESPONDENCE WITH TWO
v v young ladies or widows, educated and amiable, by
wo gentlemen oyer thirty. Object, social intercourse,
tnd possibly matrimony. Address "DENNIS AND
JUNCAN," Star office. Jyl0-2t*
SELLING OUT, REGARDLESS OF COST, THtt
ENTIRE 8TOCK OF
? J. E. YOUNGS, 736 7th street
Oo there for Bargain*. jyT
FOR RENT?ROOMS.
3b kent?400 massachusetts AVENUE
northweat two or four unfurnished Room*; bath
ttMMMSoot. >o children la the bouse; rent low to s
food ten tant. It*
)? RENT?TWO PLEASANT COMMUNICATING
Rooms, furniahed or unfurnished. at 1.09 10th
street northwest. It*
F>b rent-on* handsomely furnished
front Room, northern exposure, or a set of two or
tnree unfurnished Rooms. Apply at 2116 H street
northwest. Jyll-St*
F)R RRNT-615 H STREET NORTHWK8T.
nicely furniahen Rooms. 800004 floor, southern exposnife.
with use of bath, not and oold water; with or
WJt*flr8t class. Terms moderate.
)R RENT?A 8UITE OF ROOMS ON FIRST
floor, very handsomely furnished, with piano, everytniug
complete: irst-class Uble board; on thi rd floor
alsi> handsomely furnished, two front rooms, very cool
and pleasant. Prloee very low. Apply to 28 Iowa
Circte- Jy7-6t
FOR RENT?HOUSES.
F>B RENT-HOUSE 144* P STREET?* BOOMS*;
convenient to cars and market; also
14V five roo?n?; water in yard; newiy papered
and painted. Apply to 1446 P street. jyll-3t*
FIR RKNT-102 F 8TKEKT NORTHEAST. A
^o-8tojr 7-room Brick House; 120 pttt month.
Apply to bWORMSTKDT A BRADLEY, 928 F street
northwest. Jyll-St
Pjr rent^-ten-room furnished house!
112111 th street northwest, $45 per month. Anilv
to 8. T. LWCKKTT. 1221 F st n.w. jylO^f
For rent-a brick dwelling on sth st..
between L and M streets northeast, containing nine
rooms, with water, large yard and htable. $16 i>er
mouth. CHAS. F. WOLLARD, 708 D st. n.w.JylO-?t'
F>R RENT?HOUSE 1333 Q STREET NORTHwest,
between 13th and 14th streets. 11 rooms, modern
improvements; large stable. Rent reasonable. Inquire
at 1904 tfth st n.w. JyV 3t*
For rent-new two-story brick housfc
6 rooms and bath-room, cellar, gas snd water: 1314
otnJ&t2&?i^!ESB$vr?nt- *17 in advance, bj CHA8.
8. SHltL\ E, 1125 7th street northwest. Jy9-8t'
jpOR RENT. ; *
718mhstl4r?..in.I..60.00 1214 30st,7rs..m.i. $27.50
lAA oJLHtl "&.1.45.00 1334 5th st, 7 rs. m. 1.20.50
80221 sts^.i0rs.,m. 1.45.00 Cor.20th AI sts.,st'e.20.00
5010 Hst.,10rs..m.i..35.00 J226 G ?t-. 7rs.. m.i.20.40
l?l?,&?"-AllJ5L'm'i'-88*00 Cor* 27 & Kate..store
714 19th st., 12r.,m.l.36 00 ft 7 rs 20.00
at- V*" m.i.3?.00 910 18th st., 4 rs 12.00
2413Pa.av.. 8re.,m.i.30.O0 Ills 22d st., 7 rooms.20.00
WfcSOOTT & WILCOX, Real Estate Brokers,
jyJ Corner 2<oh and 1 streets northwest.
For rent-a brick~hou.se, desirably located.
Apply to WHEA1LEY BKOS., corner 7th
street and Rhode Island avenue northwest. Jy7-6t
For rent?
FlTRNISHED HOUSES
FOB THE summer MONTHS.
N street northwest, near Vermont avenue, fine threestory
Brick Residence, beautifully furnished. House
fronts south; wide parking; lanre shade trees. A charming
city home. Possession July 11th. Kent to an acceptable
tenant $50 per month.
Vermont avenue, near Iowa Circle, fine Residence,
elegantly furnished. Rent per month nominal. Immediate
i>ossesHiou.
Connecticut avenue, between Lafayette and Famurnt
squares, large Brick Residence, comfortably furnished.
Rent $50 jier month.
16th street, above Scott Circle, a very pretty threestory
Brick House, neatly furnished. Price per month
Q street northwest, a fine twelve-room Brick House,
with large side lot neatly sodded. Price *60 per month.
, , J. V. N. HUYCK.
. . .. No. 1605 Pennsylvania avenu?,
Jyo-6t (Opposite North Entrance U. 8. Treasury.)
F)R RENT-CORNER OF 10th AND I STREETS
southeast, three story dwelling, 11 rooms, modern
improvement*, large yar i and shrubbery. stable for 3
?o:"ef,;*ootn,''der?ae. Inquire erf W. H. CAR RICO,
1240 11th street southeast. Jy3-2w
F)R UENT-HOUliE 607 NEW JERSEY AVENUE
northwest, containing nine rooms, all mo<lern improvements,
$30 per month. Apply to W. C. JOHN.
SON, 718 i3th street northwest! Jy3-3ra
FOR RENT-IN BLADEN8BU O-A 12-ROOM
House; pleasantly situated; healthy location; situated
on the B. AO. R. K. Address JOHN STEPHEN.
Blartensburg. Md. Je22-lm*
FOR RENT?ELEGANT THREE-STORY BRICK,
containing 12 rooms; in excellent repair; northwest
of 2d and D streets northwest Apply to A. B.
WEBB, 106 3d stieet northwest. Jel4-lm
FOIt REN I-NT W DWELLINO HOUSE. 1528 O
street northwest - j>osse*sir>n 1st July. Api>ly to J.
J. SHEDD, 1402 14th street northwest jel4-lm
FOR RENT?A FIRST-CLASS RESIDENCE? 1104
13th Btreet northwest. Apply to J. J. *HED1>,
1402 14th street northwest mj 25-2m
FOR RENT?STORES.
F5R RENT-TWO STORES?822 AND 824 7TH
street northwest separately or together. Possession
at cnce. Apply to C. ADAMS, 602 E et n. w. Je27-3w*
MONEY TO LOAN.
1HAVE MO>EY TO LOAN ON GOOD REAL EState
or collateral seenrity at 5 and 6 per cent. No
delay when security is good. O. C. GREEN, Room L
Firemen's Insurance Building, corner 7th street and
Louisiana avenue. Jyl0-3m
J^|ONEY TO LOAN,
ON REAL ESTATE, AT 5 AND 6 PER CENT.
R. O HOLTZMAN,
a28 10th and F streets northwest
ONEY TO LOAN. ~ ~
In sums to suit at lowest rates, on approved Miestate
security. FITCH, FOX * BROWN,
mn31 1437 Pennsylvania avenue.
Money to loan-on real estate or other
security, sums to suit from $100 to any amount;
lowest rates of interest least expense and without delay.
ROBT. A. PHILLIPS. 1428 New York avenue. mh26
Money to loan
AT LOWEST BATE8 OF INTEREST
ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY.
THOS. J. FISHER ft CO.,
JaI3-6m 1324 F street northwest
J^JONEY TO LOAN. '
I have MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE, In
sum* of from $100 and upwards, at lowest rates of interest
Charges moderate. No delay
B. H. WARNER,
916 F street northwest
BUSINESS CHANCES.
Fob sale?a guocert stubf, doIno a
good business. Inquire of J. S. PAXSoN, Heal
Estate Broker. 1346 28th st.. Georgetown, D. C. J11 -2*
WANTED IN EXCHANGE?LANDS IN N. C.
mountains. Address WM. CARPENTER. Burnt
llills, Md. Jyll-6t*
F)R SALE?AN OLD ESTABLISHED REST A Urant
in the business part of th? city; rent very
small. Address RESTAURANT. Star office. Jyl0-3t*
For sale ? a first-class restaurant,
doing- a good business, cheap for cash. Reason for
selling, going In another business. Address Box 87,
Star office. Jy9-3t*
An experienced and responsible manager
would Join a live man with some means In establishing
a permanent Dime Entertainment A forgiving
real name and retidenceu
AMUSEMENT," Box 77, Star office. Jy6-lw
IBEEAL RATE OF INTEREST ALLOWED ON
time deposits: Unitea States Bonds bought and sold
SVS^2tZmtM: Collections made everywhere, by 3. H.
8QUIER A CO.. Bankers. 1416 Pa. ave. m!9-3m
DENTISTRY.
T|R. DOU DENTIST. T15 14TB STREET NORTH?<
Teath ^ at.
Teeth filled for $L Extracting without pain. 50 cents.
AH operations warranted. Jyt-3m*
DR. HABTLEBEN. GRADUATE OF PENNSYLvanla
College, Pmladelpbla, having purchased my
office and reeidenosk has resumed practice. I confidently
recommend him to my patrons and the pubtio
generally as a dentist of undoubted ability. M. A.
CABMAN. Dentist. 1016 14th st n.w. Je35
A RTIFIC1AL TEETH MADE BEFORE AND INA
serted immediately after extracting natural teeth,
wttn splendid saeosss. Modern methods and skill In aU
branches of Dentistry. Moderate fees.
Ja8-ly DR. DONNALLY. 1321F street norfowest
AN DALL PAR8<)NS, Dnrrurr,
JLr 428 7th street northwest over BaOantyne's Book
Store. Gold fillings a specialty. Gas given day or
night. |U
kR. T. m. TALBOTT, DENTIST. No. 437 7TH
' street three doors from corner E. Dentistry in all
branches. Teeth inserted $7 per set JU1 work warranted.
janlg
professional.
Easy FEET, Ao.?RELIEF WITHOUT PAIN IN
a few minutes, at Dr. WHITE's establishment 1416
Pennsylvania avenne. opposite Willard's Hotel. Honrs:
8a. m. to6p. in; Sundays, 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. Hard
and soft Corns, Bunions, Club and Inverted Nails, Vascular
Excrescences and all complaints of the feet successfully
treated. Twenty-two consecutive years of
practice In Washington, D. C. Office feci $1 per visit
for putting the feet In order. jeia
ThR. H. L. BOVEE, MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN.
JLJ treats successfully Female Diseases. Neuralgia
Rheumatism. Chills, Paralysis, Nervous iMseaaes. Ac.
Turkish, Russian, Sulphur and all Medicated Baths
given. 1417 G street opposite Biggs House. o20
Charles h. bowin, m. d.? office and besIdence
912 F street northwest Telephonic communication
with btandiford's Drag Store, corner 9th and
F streets. )e0-lm'
BOOKS, &c.
New B OOKS.
Memoirs of John A. Dlx. by Komn A. Dig.
Dynamic Sacrology, 2v.. by Ward.
Land and Labors, by Moody.
Under Ground Russia, by Stepniak.
Dr. Claudius, by Crawford.
Data of Ethics, by Spencer.
Tiger Lily, by JnHa Sohaycr.
Man. by Lucy O. Llllte.
Mildred's Bargain, do.
Phyllis Brown. Flora Shaw.
For the Major. O. F. Woodson.
House thatJill Built C. E. Gardner.
Hot Plowshares, Touigees.
WM. H. MORRISON.
X* 475 Pennsylvania avenue.
Hot Plow shares. Bv Judge Tourgee.
the golden chersonese. ByMise Hird.
pitman's phonographic dictionary.
recollections of DEAN stanley. By Desn
BrMlcy#
STUDIES Or NEGLECTED TEXTS. By Dr. Bobfnwnn,
EARLY GRAVES; FOB.THE BEREAVED. By
McDuff. For nle by
WM. BALLANTTNE & SON,
W 428 SgfMTH st^^t.
SCRAP PICTURES.
T 9 ST.,WONDERFUL VARIKVY
W e of Relief and Si^ap-book Pictnrea. Birth day Cards,
Paper Dolls, French Tissue Paper. Dont forget to buy
some piotaiss for tbs "ilttlefUks" scrap booL nh?
/ 2 ; : ' *
*" m Mf
#
FOR SALE?HOUSES.
PM mt-TKBT LOV-TatliRLI PROP*
'J?* street Iuin double Brick
Dwelling House, stable*. las house. Ac., ttnm <? ).
Apply toC. Q. LEE, 603H D st. n.w. jylO-M
Fob sale?a desirable rksidknce on
Franklin Flrk, Mteininc ten rootna and bathB?m,
with fins closets throughout; rot] vault* under
si d* walk; in first-class coudiCon. with all modern improvements.
Apply to
_ _ XHoe i. fisher k co..
fr 10-Iw 1324 f street northwe?t.
1>0r8all-absolute bargains-a
Handsome new 8-*torv pre**-brick front Hon an,
brown lone trimming*. 10 rooms, batn-th <roiwhly
morten, on 11th str et. aur k. pt\mg )0 i*r o*nt on
t7, '200. Prtoe to immolate purchaser. $7. i."?0
Atfcv, btudeoiM 8-story pre** brick front House, 19
room*, modern Improvements, on 8th street, n- ar K.
At |6, 04)0.
Also, 'j new 2-story and treemailt brick Houses,
handsomely fin -abed. 7 room*, modern. nicely located,
northwest, to ready buyer, at fS.350 each; and a beauttfn.
2story and tack building press bnck fiunt house,
7 rooms, cellar, all finished in oil. Price $2.k50.
These are real bargaisa to rtady buyt-ra.
W. E. BURFnRD.
i* 80* r treat DPI th wet
FJB BALE-"VALUABLE FROPEKTT"?all
that lot and Improvement* now occupied as a Livery
Stable and t ?mim House, 1 -oa?ed at tba ao-thweet
corner or D and 14th streets. Washington cm, having a
front on D street of 141 feet 10 IdvIm tod on 14th attest
of 11# feat, improved by brick building* thereon now
Paying rental ot M?*> i>er month, i hia property, in the
neighborhood of tbe public buildings. larve bote la. and
public square, renders it* location valuable aa an investment.
R. W. TEMPLEMAN, Agent 87 Lexington
street. Baltimore City. jsllHm
for sale?lots!
PV* BALE?AT BBIOHTWOOD. A TWO-AOHK
l/ot, improved by a new. commodious six-room
nouse and stable for twelve cows snd three horses, with
? .?***? Price $4,(HW. '1 eruis ?asy. Apt ly
to B.f. LEIGHION. 4W Louisiana avenue ^t.w.Jyo-Ar
Cheap gbou nd! ~gheat~ bargains!! exInordinary
Inducements'.!! 1 offer for sate on
easy terms (to close an estate), upwards of '150 000
square feet of ground. fronting respect vely on i.Vh
and ICth streets oast; on a. li. c snd k ftreets south,
and on Massachusetts, Georria and Kentucky avenur*
(faritol Hiil), at from three to seven oent* a toot. Title
perfect. Plata st my office. no auch opportnnltx will
ever ins offered again. m. m. rohrer, 921 i' street.
Je'18-lm
j COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
Farm of so acres in n< >rthi'MBi rland
countv. Va.; flue orchard of 300 trees: well watered
and fenced. Price 9400. Address r. p. davis. Alexandria,
Va. It*
Ijh)r sale?improved farm. 118 aches, 8
miles from Washington, larve variety of fruits, two
dwelling houses and outbuildium.go.*l water.
^ w atkins ToLSON.
_ jy7-iw Forestville, p. g. county, Md.
f?or sale?a handsome country seat of
x about 7 acres; corner ot 7th street road and Whitney
avenue; commodious house, larire barn. convenient
out-buildings; fine lawn; good water. inquire on premises^
or 634 Pennsylvania avenue. je'im-.Hm
A farm for hale near potom ac. md.; IttB
i acres of laud with a comfortable dw?ll:nir and outbuildings:
good orchard. and a bealthy lo ation; short
t!? o1 ^ A<lueda<*t road- Apply 3150 M str.?et.
J62o*oW
country boarding ~"
W ANT MM hKBuAi:DEti?TW(l 1.ADIP.8
without children; terms. ?25 per month: within a
few yards of station on b. and o. r. b.; nice front
room; large, airy; plenty milk and loe. Apply to Boa
9j ,btar office. Jyll-3t*
ingle8ide." mt. pleasant.?fine iroomst
JL frood table board, beautiful an 1 healthy locatiou,
iruit. ic?, milk, |.?oaltry. stablinir for hories axi?l oarria?rea,
conveyance to and from city. Terms reason
jyio-at
Clou\try board at leslie halu lou^
| J doun county. vs.. near railroad station, dally
Diails; larg-e airy rooms; fine scenery; country farm
bouse; pure milk, butter, fruit, fcc. Terms moderate.
Ad iress Mra. 13en j. LtbLlE, Hillaboro, Loudoun
county. Va. Je37 w. s3w
A limited number of summkb boarders
will be talc en In private familv at Woodst.*k. Shenandoah
county. Va. Apply at 340 o atruet m rtbw.-?it
for particulars. jy7 6t*
Summer boarders wanted at dl.ad nsl
l>urv, Md., i>rivate house. 15 minutes to city; rooms
and board first-claaa; vehicle free; references each
antred; termsfJO. AdJresw o. a. o.. Bladei,si.ur*.
aid. j?<li)-'Jw*
Ah t guilford. loudoun countv^ va..'
Rooms newly furnished; first-class bosrd; soft
water; ice; cool uitfht*. near depot; 30 miles from
aslumrton. Terms $20 to j25. Address l. h v.nford.
Loudoun. Va. jc30 2w*
Persons wishing to secure good iH?aT;D
for the summer in a healthy locality, with ice, mmk.
rtally mail an<i convenient to the Plaine's station, <?n tlie
\ . m. r. r., for further particulars apply to l. ii. a..
Halfway. Fauquier. Va. iel5-lm*
boarding"
Large, airy rooms fob rent7 at 314~and
316 Indiana avenue. Alsa Boarding for three
months r.t filteen dollars per mouth. Advance rayiuent
strictly required. ni> i&-3ni
Permanent. transient and day b >arders
accommodated at sumii^er rates at the mcl'her on
House, coruer of 15lh and 1 streets. Mrs. m. t
BOU1 HALL. mylll-'im
remont house?change ofphopriettiiu
firm-class table; polite and attentive ser van Ik; very
dtsirable situation for families. Rates: rlso and fii-er
day; s25.$3q.f35 aud$4'h^er m. e. w.den i>on, Prop.
mile lap1eb house. s. w.cor. 10th and k stst
X n.w.; oool rooms; the lieat conducted Board,nirbousein
the city. Transieut Boarders accommodated
at reasonable terms. Mesls at all hours. s29
ik DBOrr dinino ko()ms fok laltles and
i qentumex, 8ia f at. n.w.. oi.p, latent Office.
Reirular Meal 25ceuU; 2'j Meal Tickets, $5. Comfortable
Dinlnir Rooms for Ladies aud Fami!le? up
ntairs. llaala and Lunches eerved from 6 a. m. to 7 i>
1^181 J. W. BEALL. Prop.
EDUCATION A L.
Maplewoo!) institute^
,, for Both Sexes. Concord Tine, Pa..
tiles from new Broad street station, Philadelphia.
Best Profea>or?. thorough course* of ittudjr; students
prepared for Junior year in coll'*e: superior instruction
in music; a car-fully-arranged department for little
boys; location boo feet above tide-water; (65 to (80 per
session of 13 weeks, highly recoinmen led by patrons.
Boya can remain durtrnr summer vacation.
Jy 11-wks3m j.shortlidgr. Yale College. a. m.Prln.
Howe's boorkkeping^6ne~month guaranteed
toeciual three of any other system. No text
books used. Hith penmanship, etc.. s3 a month, until
October, when terma will be higher. Hone's Rapid
Busmeee Penmanship easiest to learn andwr:te. fi.st).
??l'sr!lte Department for Ladloa. Prof. o. w. lluw! -.
917 7th street Jyl(>
My studio and private lessons. wiiii
Sketching from Nature, continue thr-^uirh the year.
1 encil and ^tub Drawing, Water Color and ol! Painting,
Landscape, Flowers, Com position. Long ei|>erienoe;
original wo*ks; referenoas. Studio, 118 Corcoran
Building. beaton do.noho. Jy0-sm
The cedars?a home school for young
Ladies and Little Girla? will re-open Monday, Octo^
* It is situated on tbe Heltrhta of Qeor<etoa*n.aud n
accessible by street cars to all parts ot the city, i he
rrounds are extensive, the locanou healthful and beautt/ul.
TenuB moderate. *or circulars add'vsa tbe
misses EAttLE, 1916 35th St., Washliurton. j?Zl-4oi
Miss amy leavitt, of boston,
Teacher of Vocal and Instrumental Music and
Harmony. Lessons continued during the summer.
Address 944 K street northwest. j?19
Sli^mer course at sp.:ncerian businesh
COLLEGE, oor. 9th and D St..Is Penmanship, BookKeeping
and Correspondence, for June. July, August.
Dsy sessions S am.to 12 m.. Are days each week. Evanmg
seasons S to * p.m.. four evenings each we?k.
Practical tralmlo^ for youths end men and women darmg
a season when Indolence and expenalve pleasures are
i able to produce permanent Injury. Tuition by the
month or quarter. Scholarship for a gear, day or even tag.
$60. Special classes In practical writing begin krat
f each month. henby C. SPENCER. Principal.
MBS. SABA A. SPENCER. Vice-Principal . my 29
Norwood institute, select school for
Y<wing Ladles, 1312 and 1214 l?th st Next session
I*ns Sbpt, M. *85. For circulars, address WM. D. c ABELL,
City. a few boarding pup Ha received. a30-6m
D| avid & l. johnson. organist and choir
master. 1117 luth street northwest Private Hesons
SI par hour. Public voles clsssss fifty cents per
month. mh26-4m*
? W. FLYNN. A. M.. PRIVATE TUTOB.
O# 8. W. Cor. Sth and K streets northwest
Mathematics. Latin, Greek. French. German. English.
Preparation for Collesre. west Point AnnapoUa aud
competitive examinations. Terms in aavanoe.
Evening classes, is a month, akithmetic.
Bookkeetdnr, English Grauunar, Spencerian
Penmanship.u.s.History. Geography.SoeUinj. jal
WASHINGTON CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC.
Open an the year. Cor. 7th and D sts n.w. Entrance
707 D st Fourteenth year. Piano, Organ.
Voice, Singing. Vioin. kc. Twelve teachers. Free
advantages. O. b. BULLABD. Director. pl8-Bm*
SEWING MACHIN ES,"&c.
THE MOST COMPLETE SEWING MACHINK ESLI8HMENT
THIS SIDE OF NEW YORK.
We have always on hand ATTACHMENT-. PABT8
andNKEDLES for any machine ever made; also, a
complete stock of first-class SEWING MACHINES.
PLEATING BOARDS, TBACI SQr WHEELS, ande very tiling
that is required for the proper working of sewing
machines. Our Repairing Department is the most complete
In the citv, having facilities for repairing ali kinds
of sewing machines at short notice and lowest prices.
All work warranted. Good machines for rent. The New
Hartford Sewing Machine, the lightest running and best
machine ever made. Call and see it. Orders by mui
promptly attended to at OPPENH RIMER'S,
Reliable be wins- Machine and Faahion Rooms,
628 9th street, St Cloud Building.
Baiar Paper Fashions. jeg
THE 7TH STREET 8ewing M AC HI KE HOUSE
ESTABLISHED 1868.
THE QUEEN SEWING MACHINE
and acknowledged by the highest mechanical
authorities ss the best made, most silent, lightest
running and highest arm lock-stitch machine ever
made. All movements made of the finest steel. No
holes to thread, neither has its shuttle. We sell only
first-class new improved machines of different makes.
We guarantee the finest assortment most responsibility
snd lowest prioes. . No outside sgent*. First-class machines
for rent All kinds repaired and warranted.
Illustrated catalogue and price-list mailed freer to any
address. c. auerbach.
_ _ Double Store, corner 7th and H streets.
Gent s Furnishings and Hats next door. ml9
N*0 wtndy ADVERTISEMENTS. NO INSOLENT
agent to tslk you to death, but the Finest Assortment
of all the Leading Sewing Machines at t rices that
no canvasser can approach.
myS 427 9th street
WOOD AND COAL.
Coal And Wood.
We have just received a large kit of Bakers PINE
wood: also fresh mined COAL of superior quality for
domestic use, all of which we offer at lowest market
Tbe attention of consumers is respectfully Invited to
an inspection of our stock.
STEPHENSON It BHD..
mlC Tth st. wharf and 12th st sndaP. avs.
FOR SALE?M1SCELLAXEOITS
"ALE-A FINK icMRWOOD HAM. TnX
F?*?t?rA. Z1 ?i*i^4RK,*2t
tiouiara address Box I V). mat <WB a. (t?
1> >R SAl.F-A BPOOY IK G<K>ir"oi i>: DtTloS
J will be sold for650 caau. Addww iHLlPa i_am4FURGH.
315 Tth Mwl ir
F>R *ALE-A 60 INCH CFNfAVK BICYCLF,Alt,
ni<kls plsted except wh?- I will sell obMp. In.
Qiiireof L. J. BAKIU K. 434 7th street n.w. Jyl l -St*
1("JR BALE?A HANDtioMF PONY,SUCK f-ED
by rbildrra. ?W) ?f? k> rid# or drive. tp rfxl
l"*- *l*o ? m ? single luniMt, nearly n?w will
?yll cheap. Call At Private Stabl.e In rear of lift# K
>tnet northweH. II*
I>>R SAii-Bl CYCLE, H IKt'H EXPERT <i?Cb
luaiio.e. full nlck<4. only ridden a few in mJu i iat
"* w*w wM i* for umi w"t ?ff ,,f- ApMr
TSZm! ^ntPc^VnU1.nc*1 Saturday at Washlnrton
Athletic Park. 9th an J H ntrMi after <1 p. m j) 10 St"
F2r_*ai>-hating iicM*M?n>MT Pirrri.it
l*rTr ?*0? I ???h to Mil my titty 1-N?
to ro'*<>?l*'r Hrto. |4*. Ai-plr
I HOI New Jmty ?WB?e. w nrr H northwest. Jylrt *T
I!* ?H Kl OH KN HANGK~AND BMI R!
, V . Sink. I * kt?r-closet, 1 Path lub. all second-hand
Md in OMUMi order. cheep. Plun Im
Rhop. corner Ilth aud K ?irM? uorthw?*a JylOlm
iy>B TALP-AT A HACHiriO^ rURV FINE
f Arrtto >(4? foocuid ; good aa new. can tam't at
F. KTKINL1, lltf Pennsylvania arfiiiu r^st. \y l0-2t*
HI 84LE-PIANOT 1H OCTAVE. STANDARD
make, gixvd tone and durable. mi aaay hrim to responaiWe
party. or will be PWlU'd. Apply at 615 lath
rtnwl northwest. jyio ?.
1I*OB BALK'
">MITH AMFR1CAN" ORGAN.
Rich bomwooii Case. swnet ?j a itr nf too*, and la
perfect order. Price $35. on eaav pavmenta
. . F. G. SMITH,
Jy*-Bt ^ 1 ins Pennsylvaniaavenue.
IJVR SALE AT IW10 CA8H~
It e fa*t and bigh-bre trottiii?r and r^ad tnare, The
\oung American Girl, 15\ lian in liikh nil vitaro i4il,
b.ood bay With al Mack iH,int?. aud ?ei*ha l.OW
J'oiiud*. beaut fm mars and tail touchinir the ?rroutid.
Lne clean lnut?. tro<xi aouud aolid t.vL imm-.u no i*. >u^
andi Well behaved iu ounip.ny. Hhe lafearlwaa <*f ater.m.
Iniirtc, aikd all atr<et nt?-(arl?a, aliauaa almi b* ill*
oelj-brated trr^ln, ma lton "Ned Forreet." I er dam the
well ku??n tlWti g mare "Hue Dndiev " with a i>h .rd
k?. f?* tr'nu><i when pun^haaed In Paria. Kr..
?ho?,nK throe he*U in 3 31. 3 31 W and ?. at ?t ion
fwuur piin-haHed her. pa>tnv R. 1W).
I ni^ l* a tineohaiice to purrhane a very flue tr.>ttm?f or
family mare. J?he will Iw warranted a-.im t, kind aud
f"U nil,,> ln 1 3:4 or Ten daya' trial aill
be hlkiwsd to part lea t'> Uwtfci'ee.i and i>t'.ier qtia'.itina
Sold on aoexiunt or death. Call at the private atal.l- in
the rear of n??i!enoe No. 14. lfit* atr??. t. n?wr la ave
n.w. TliomaK. the o>>aohtuan. wiii be at the at title to
Rhow tlie mare. The Youu^ American i*tr! iia* no
public record. JyU-Ht*
I^OR KAI.E ? HORsK FEED. Til HA p. C1;T
Clover, 75c. per cwt.; nit Timothy, rto?. to P kv t
choice cut Timothy, f 1 .jr.**! iontf Tln.otliy, H.Vc. to i?&o.
I-eed and drain at low pr>C4<a. w. L. MtK?R?- k ? O..
Kteam Hay Pr>-aa. l?th aud H northwwat. Jy7 liu*
l^OR KALE-BIO UAUdAIN.ELlUA NT 7 Ot TA vFT
I rosewtHxl cam piano, (rood an new. for only f 110
caah; coat ?260 one year ajpi, owner haa no further iim
for It. Apply at ouoe at Piano Etchaii?e. 437 10 I at.
1y?> Ot
BALE?MAONIF1CENT HylTARK GKANpT
acale piano. hau<l?>m? roaawood caa?*. richly carved
leg*, all tbe beat Improvement*, at11?*rt> a>n?riii?r quality
of tone, for on y $1IMJ, innludinr ?4e?raiit eiiiliroid> red
cover and atooi. owt 6450. nearly new, o?n?r haviu*
uaed Itbot very little, five-year rn a ran tee can tie neen
at P.ano Eiobi<ntre. 427 10th atreet uorthw??t. Jvfl
IJV1R SALK-RARK BAROAINH IN NEARLY KfW
naaiw-l; lfvant equare rrand CliioketiMir. on y
ViVO, ciiat|<<50. MaHmihceut new aonare irrauA. ivae-1
but little, only $lw> ooat owner #4iM? 7>nc aouara
irrand. rosewood caao, for only 6160. ooat $376 >JeKaut
i octave piano, only fl?5. i^ai.o f..r Iw^innera.
only $00, $3 par month, llano Kubaoo, 4.T
10th atreet. jyj
B.VI.F?Pi AN OS AM) ORGAN'S. *" ~
i?1??.'ol,'>wll''r offere-l at WORCH %
KO.*S Piuno Uareror>mK One alight!y uaed Noli >tnacker.
$375 worth H50. Cabtnet Grand Upmrht 1-5";
one Haiti?a llro., f 175, one nearly new ti< timer, f-MMl,
tineet inatrumrnt in Uiecity, tuuat be aeen to tmapprwcutted.oue
<-'?ct. Square, $135; on.' Orove-teiii a ?V>..
i .i' i'liboia, bll, and flft??en other lu?truneinta
? . all kinda and at all pncea. Aleo. Hhoiiitiin>r. Itri..awother
Ur^-ana Tcrmaaaey. *ol;CB
A BkO.. 926 .tli atioet northweat. Jy2-!m*
1^?R KALF-CHKAP? Al M 1 I KS', Ml G HTREFT
DortbWMt liju'ku*. <*ba.iu|?ioti aim s v raoimc luiftA
Cartp, find all liudu of Vlllnirf (tirts. Jump pat aud
ottifr kinds of \;arria?r?*. IVriim U? mut. 1 m
I^OH bALL?FIVE F.l IXiANT TI RNOl lb. COM~PRISING
Horxe. Hnrnew, Krewator Too Huuvy.
Horae. liar: oh?, A-|?aaentrer Phaeton.
Hortie, Hanioea. Shittiinr-to|< Surrey.
florae, liarne*a and ' u|? Kockaway.
Horae. HartieM And Litrhtnimr Jump Scat
I'M above are all fi^t claea. Alao. a larn? vanoty
of Ca.rrii.ee, Buk'iriea. two four and mi aeat
I haeton?. Concord VVairoiia. Viliatre ?'nrt? and
the Ij^htninK Jump-Seat, the m^at |>effe?-t family
carrtaire m use. It ia liirht, atyliah and roomy, rei-reBeutinv
it in three at> lee-l.inr.ry toj-. Mali tu? t<>|> and
extonaion-top. Alao, aeveral nne Ib-ix* for Harnxaa
and Saddle nae; tine Fmrlmh Ha.!dlea and Hrtalea.
Ac. Part e* wiahm?r to purehaet a complete
ttirnont will aave time and ei|>enae. i ?wimr t?i my fa<1b
itief and loinr exi^nonce I am enabled to pmi.iptly flu
il or.ierB com|?tet6ly aud on the rcaaouabio Um tin.
If you want to buy, eicban?re or m ii call and aee nia
buynn* elaewhere. V M. F. l?uW NLV. ltiiil to
1634 1j street northweat
1>OR SAI EHEALQUARTERS
FOR HORSES AND CARRIAGKK.
At OEYER'H StaUea aud Carriage RepoaJtory. 4??4.0
C atreet northweat, l?et. 4W,ai,,l 6th hta on l.and
the year round tbe lanreet irt'>ok of Hoiv<<a and <\ot,hk?*
T? ln ^ present bavinu 40 Ibire -e at
the Stable* adapn>d for all uae-. Alao, Cama^ea. Muir*it3a
and Waifona of all stylo*. t?oth new and aocondhand,
which we will mil or exchaiiKe ou toruia to auit.
Call aud aee ua.
We have on baud what we advertise.
A tr-iod Li vary oonnocted.
Wlf. F. C.ETER,
FOR SALF. -S. J. MEF.KS.6ai G STRKI T NORTH*
west, oft ere rare iiiduc ui>*nts in CarrUtrna of all
styles, t 'a.l aud examine lietore purohaaiutf elaewbara.
l ?-p and no-top sidebar Bumriea. Phattona,' Family<;arna<rea.
Buaincaa W avons, surrey*. Vlliairs Carta, Ilartieae,
\\hiiis, Ac. Repairing and paiiitmir j ronii>tJr
done. V> ill sell cheap and toruia to suit. Ail *or?
guaranteed. my 13
1^??, gtLE-A LAKGK STOCK or ITA1.1 AN M AR.
BLE and Granite Monuments, H?adr<n?ii<?, V?*?
??Jr- M^umanta cleaned In oemetarlea. wm RI'THI.UIOUI)
A CO.. Pa. ave.. cor. 31st at. nw. apJH :tm*
V^OR SALE?A FINE STOCK OF BOSTON BUCK~
A DOStdOo.'fl Kide-:Oar BiiKtriefl nud other LiKbt (V'
risjrea. Their make is the beet lu the couutry for tha
tnoney. Other liifiit and heavy Carnatres, in a~reat varicty,
for K|>riii?r or aummer use.
Repairinjf promptly attended to.
HOIU H. GRAHAM.
Kepoaitory and Faotory.
410-410 8th atruot north west.
I^OR KAI.E?A LA KG ASSORTMENT OF CARriairea
Victorian, Villain-Carta. Coufie R<x-kawi,ya.
fba?tons, McCaull Wa?roi - ami ail tbe lat<vt style carriiurea
in use. Repairti:* promptly attended to. J' ?HX
>1. Y OUKG. 313 rth street. apl? >m
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Midsummer bargTinh nr-vi
?... ^ ? 1N 1HL UNSCRPASBEDR'TT71
UL.1NKKAMP PIANOS. 1 I f f r
Ektrenielj low prioes for Sqiuu^ and I'tTiirtit Pian<*
that ae have rented the i>aBt aoae<>n. (W iwb and
tsme buyers can now tret *<>me rare barvaius Small
monthly i>ayiueuta. Old Pianos and one axis taken aa
part |?ynieot at full value.
Partiee leaving the city srd othwa deairin?r to dispose
of their Pianos oan find ready aale by leavtna them la
our hands, Nov la the tune buyers are looking for bargains.
UEIKEEAMP BRANCH FACTORY WARE ROC MB
AND PIANO EXCHANGE,
A37 10th street northww*.
A. T. GRIMES. Manaw.
PlAMOB & OROANS
PDIOUIO AT
TRUSTS E * 8 SALS
ia Baltimore and eoid at alirht advance, meet with unprecedeoted
favor. I ah ail eootiiiae the aaie at thaee
roods one mare week. '1 hli Is no sensational humbug,
cutaffanulneooiMirtunlty to pur baseinetrumenteoftSe
t?at known makers at leas than tbe manuf actu en' ooat
We offer aa UPRIGHT GRAND for $360. warranted to
be equal to any elaewbere lu tbe city st ?5O0 Ditux al
176. equal to any one at 8300. SQUARE, at $166:
quelle thoae usually sold at <276. ORGANS at $M
and $35. worth $75 and $90. 81 AN DARD OHICRKKTNG
PIANO. $M0. Good UPRIGHT. $75, and othera
too numerous to mention.
N.B.?Beware of uni-crupuloua dealers that offer In*
strumanta at treat reductions ou account of a f< w
mouths iye- \ our irood sense will tell you that only Um
rich can afford each lusury.
N. B No. 2.?Beware of people "taavinir the city and
In need of caah," aud willing to ' sacrifice." Ac. Rarely
are such esses trenuiue unless the number trlven la 433
7th street northweat.
aPPkNDIX.?1 take Second-hand Just ln exchanire?
tun? and repair?ana sell to honest people on miail u
monthly pa>'menta.
CHAUNCEY J. REED.
Jt'OT 433 SEVENTH STREET N. W.
DLCKLR BROS.' PIANOS.
UlLDt TT ORG AN 8. aEM
^ G. H. KUHN, Agent. R F'Hi
my29 407 10th street n. w. 1 * ' '
3HHE 8TIEFF, THEKRANICb A BACH.^I Im
L and the NEW ENGLAND Puuioa. Ok/TTW!
ARKER, BALTIMORE and the PRINCt1' * f ,f
organa, at lowest factory pricea for cash, or on eastset
known month!/ instalment plan, at
O. L. WILD * BRO.-B MU-ICAL WAREROOM8.
at>25 709 7th atreet northwest.
REICHENBACH'8 PIANO WAREROOMS. PIANOS
of various makes for sale and rent at ~ fTTU
duced pricea. Wm. Enabe A Co. 'a world - ra-l I f Fll
nowned Pianoa. I umuK aud Repairing. 433 '
11th atreet. above Pa. ave. JankO
piAlfOS, jOBGANS, SHEET MUSIC. ~~~
BTECK S Ca PIANO,
The most Perfect Piano Mada
EMERSON PIANO,
Tbe Pes* Medium-priced Piano Manufacture*.
WILCOX & WHITE AND KI MB ALL ORGAN*
Pisnoa and Orgsnasold on instalments, mated or aa>
changed; ruit applied if purchased.
6 CENT Ml<SIC.
2fc*oni> complete stock in tbe
HEN BY EBEBBACH,
No 915 F STREET.
Managing rsrtner of tbe lste firm Ell.s ACo. dl
Reduced Prices in Dry Goods.
TEN I ER CENT OFF ALL THE 8TOCK.
We make the above reduction to increase our cash
alee. Every article included?nothing reserved or
excepted?making It the cheapest sfc?k in the city.
BLACK SILK GRENADINES, SATINS. GINGHAMS.
ALL FINE WOOLENS. HOUSEKEEPIN?
GOODS, LACES in every style, shape, and quality
from finest to cheapest. PARASOLS and SUN UMBRELLAS.
always reasonable in price, with dtanouni
off. make them very, very cheep.
An examination of the stock and prices will ooovinea
you that we have not overstated the matter.
JOHN T. MITCHELL,
jc22 931 Pennsylvania avenue.
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