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' THB EVENING 8TAK.
W ashing t o x:
WMMT _M*y 2\ tHU.
? KOSUY s. ?1M* HHaaw j
Tfce Evening ?c?r hnt n re?ulur, permanent
bona Kilo duilv circulation inorr lliun treble
llial of an* oilier daily paper published in
uvhinMioiu nml e?|?al to rha! or all the
^other daily paper* here added lagrthcr.
Referring to the wide-spread and well-founded
apprehensions which prevail in regard to the
danji rs of an impure water >-up| ly to the city,
the newspaper oiyan of those responsible jn the
premise* contains thU morning the gratify I n? '
announcement that "the whole matter will \
shortly be laid .it rest by the authoritative and i
Indisputable stamp of oflical dictum."
This is unneet?trily hi*h-soundinsr, and a
trifle hazy; l>ut of course it eanonly be construed
tu mean that m< asurcs are to he takei* at once j
to prevent tie* flow of all polluting and offensive
matter Into the mouth of the conduit '
which brings to the city its supply of water
since no other course will remove existing
grounds of complaint and permanently lay the
matter at rest. The people of Washington are
therefore to be eonRrat u!a!ed,?unlet* it should
unfortunately turn out that our cotemporary is
mistaken.
Quite in line with the suggestion made bv
ThkStak several days ago for the speedy it.nipletion
of the pedestal for the Bart hold i statue
of Liberty, to ?* ereefed in New York harbor
Mr. Nathan Appieton.of liostoii. a member ot
the franco-American union, whkh arranged
for the presentation of the statue, urges
that liecoration day should ?>? distinguished
by po|>ular con ri but ions to the pedestal fund
believing that the veterans on both sides will'
promptly respond. Ir is to he hoped that those
having charge ot the ceremonies here will consider
this matter and adopt some means of
appeal which will be effective.
One is reminded of "Pi.Tafore ' by t he stately
proclamation on behalf of th - Commissioners
that the stories about the danger or water pollution
told by the scurrilous alarmists or the
press will ".shortly be laid at rest by the authoritative
and indisputable stamp of official
dictum. The Kight Honorable sir Joseph
Porter, K. C. H., First Wd of the Admiralty
Monarchor the Seaand ltnler of the Queen J
Na\ee, it will he remembered, declared in the
same swelling phrase adopted by the trumpeter
for the Commissioners, that "oilleial ntt. ranees
re invariably regarded as unanswerable."
Queen Victoria's birthday oecnrreil on Monday,
but it passed without anv speeial observance.
beeause probably tlie attention of the
English people is pretty well occupied with
other important matters-the Antrl>?-i;as?iun
dispute, affairs in the Soudan, dimensions in
cabinet, Ac. The Queen is now sixty-six years
old, and has attained an age reached by only
nine or her fifty-Ave predecessors on England's
tnrone. Five ot these nine were or the house
01 Hanover, to which Victoria belongs, and
their average age was a little over seventy-three
Jeais. or the otiier four one was a Norman
one a Plantau-net, one a Stuart, and one a Tudor.
If the present Queen lives up to the average
of those of her house, she will reiga for
many year- yet.
The offensive smell of "e water drawn from
any hydrant or spiggot in the city is convincing
proof that there is i*>llution somewhere in the
water supply. No amount of sophistical reasoning
as to the cause, or puerile ridicule of the extent
of the alarm created. M ill alter the fact tint
the water supply is in a bad condition, and
that a remedy i- in the p ?wer of the authorities
and should be at once applied.
The recent decision of Judge Bond is another
blow to repudiation in Virginia. He holds Th.it
a tenderot a coupon by i taxpayer is equivalent
to payment of his state taxes,and if it i.- refused
by the collector the debtor may deposit the
coupon in court, receiving from the clerk a
receipt that the tax i- paid. He also enjoins
collectors of taxes r. om levying on other property
or taxpayers adopting this method, and
Ra> - that they mu-t pay co-is tor any suits they i
may bring against such taxp-iyers.
Not to t?e outdone l y New York and Brooklyn.
Jersey City has furnished a building collapse
its whieh four were killed and eleven seriously
injured. The biulding was old and
dilapidated and should have been condemned
and torn down long ago. The building inspector
or that city will doubtless s.jiuich any inquiry
into his eflb iency or re*|>onsibility l>y
the authoritative and iud.*putable stamp of
official dictum.
Gov. Hill has at length vetoed the census bill
passed by the New ^ ork legislature at the extra
session, but will not again convene that body, 1
a? he thinks "another extraordinary session
woniii undoubtedly leave tlie situation unchanged."
.
Authoritati\e and indisputable stamp of
official dictum is good. Soinethlug iike that
once stopped the mad career of a comet, if his- '
tory is not at tauit.
j>efriqerators.
water coolers,
ice c ue.v1s
and freezers,
of the most approve? kinds.
J. w. hoteler .t son,
Pennsylvania avenue.
^xllan j i ats ^.\.t (_ ost
to reduce stock.
All oir Milan Ha s u; ACTUAL COST, except black
Slid ?U:?.
MP_S. M. J. HUNT.
13Q9 F Stbkki- Nokthwkst. niy23
li. H. Stinemetz At Son,
1?37 Pennsylvania Avenue,
AGENTS IIJK
KNOX'S" K. Y. HATS.
" YOUMAN'8" N. Y. HATS
LATilsT IN dress ca?imkre A.NI> I>l.KBY
Hats, Mackinaw and other
st1sa w hats.
Boys and Children's .Straw Hats.
Larse stock s>iik Umbrellas fur Ladies and Gentlemen.
Or >urs received on storage. mv22-Gt
MILWAUKEE, Aran. 23, 1885.
dsab sib:
*** ?*n your attention to the fact that
m>m thU date on we will ship our" Laser." You will
tad it to be exceptionally tine Um year.
Yours Truly,
JOS. SCHLITZ BREW. OO.
To samuel C. PALMER. Esq..
Washington, Ik C-, fcp30
- _
J- HE l>EOPLE
WANT LOW PRICES.
want LOW PRICKS.
IF YOU HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO FIND. AND
ARE I>t>IROUS Tu SK'UHK, POIt A VERY
SMALL OUTLAY A H A M>soME. FASHIONABLE
SLI1 OF CLOTlIfcs FOK YOUK^KLF l?R yj.\
I>AY Us A Vlsfr T< i-DAY, AM> \\ K ARE CONFIDENT
WE WILL HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO
DEMONSTRATE THAT WE CAN Hi/l it PLEASE
VOl AND YOUR liOY, AND SAVK YOU MONEY
IN THE BARGAIN.
^5?-9PB<rr OUK CAREFULLY WHEN
n.-v- AJL EVEN IF YOU DON'T WANT TO
uu.TPlt>>-Vr 1X SHORT. COME AND SEE
UAVmRV^. AND HOW MUCH
SAVK YOU.
KOAH WALKER ? CO.,
?^-^1? Pennsylvania Aveuua
Summer Openino.
mme j. p. palmer
1107 F street northwest,
pgata?BOX
Take ocr Choice."
yesterday was just such a day
THAT WE I.IKE TO HAVE COME ABOUT
ONCE A MONTH. IT GIVES US AX OPPORTUNITY
TO LOOK THROUGH OUR STOCK
AND PICK OUT SUCH LOTS AS SELL A
LITTLE SLOWER THAN WE WANT THEM
TO. HERE'S WHAT WE FOUND YESTERDAY.
AND WE ARE GOING TO GIVE YOU
THE BEST LINE OF ?15.00 SUITS YOU EVER
had to select from, peep in our
WINDOW, AXD YOt: WILL SEE THEM DISPLAYED:
lot 0,755.?a handsome brown
AXD BLACK PLAID SUIT. THE PRICE
HAS BE EX $18: THEY ARE XOW $15.
LOTS 3.002 AND 3.061.?HANDSOME
ENGLISH GRAY PLAID EFFECTS IS
THE ONE LOT, AND BROWN AND
GRAY PLAID THE OTHER STYLE.
THEY ARE GUARANTEED GENUINE
ENGLISH GOODS. A REGULAR $35
SUIT TO ORDER. OUR PRICE FOR THE
HEADY-MADE ONES HAS BEEN $18.
THEY ARE NOW $15.
LOT 0.030.?A HANDSOME PLAID
SUIT. TIIE COLORS ARE A COMBINATION
OF THE LATEST SHADES.
THE PRICE HAS BEEN $20. THEY
ARE NOW $15.
ALSO TIIE FOLLOWING LOTS OF $18 AND
$20 SUITS, MEN'S AND YOUTHS' SIZES:
L??TS 9,717. 0.753, 0.031, 9,800, 9,871, 9,087.
ASK TO SEE THESE LOTS. THE ORIGINAL
PRICE WAS GUARANTEED TO BE AS LOW
AS ANY HOUSE IX THIS COUNTRY CAN
OFFER. THE REDUCED PRICES ARE JUST
THAT MUCH LOWER. IF YOU BUY A SUIT
AND TAKE IT HOME. AND DO NOT WEAR
OR SOIL IT IN THIRTY DAYS, AND YOU
PREFER THE MONEY TO THE CLOTHES,
BRING THEM BAt'K TO US, AND THE I
MONEY IS ALWAYS READY FOR YOU.
A. SAIvS A. CO.. J
ONE PRICE PLAIN FIGURE CLOTHIERS, 1
mrsa 310 AND SIS SEVENTH STREET.
It I iained Last I1 riday. !
Consequently we sold comparatively few "Rom- I
Hants." so shali place on sale this Friday the accumulation
of Tn-.i Weeks, making this the largest collection,
and ii:ie\cei>;i,:nul!y the best opportunity to se- I
cire genuine bargains ever offered an/ previous
Fri< fay.
Maiij hous. s wait until the end 'if each season be- j
fore marking down the "Remnants" an Ishort lengths
oitl.a SI U.-..II l'ooWs. A house in another city three I
lav- u_;o advertised a--ale of Remnaii's. We
i:.i- not even 5oo. I*(a ise we .to not allow them to
leannilaie. I
AN * mat ^ 'lovvn and se!l e:.ch s KV Hlin!/ Fridav the I
i\/e''l,i"^.k,''.'k|S ? * - or- J enifth-. Odd
"I every department while I
: " Sl I'-.ai.l <-<>n>c<pte! uv desirable. No
mil 1.. inna it. n..r niiiehine soiled ^oods, but ends of I
1 ie\\ seasonable iubncs. I
i ':-!..mers win u,d n i? Hi. ir interest to visit ourest.ii-1
-Iniit 111 i-11 lay. May ".p. Itegular Weekly Itemna.it
Day. which lias now become I
An f- sianii ;ml isarguin Day. i
.1 I ni\ ? : sai shopping D;tv
" he Busiest Day ol the Week '
\\ hy .*
_ li .-ause our < 1st.,mors appreciate bu'inc desirable
i.? n.th-. 1 hid Sizes. Itrok.n L . s, Jke., at the
fi-red. "r t;""iuiu prices, wiiicn Uiey are ofdesirable
short lengths
OF
SEASON A RI.E DRESS GOODS j
We shall place 011 sale Fri lay. Mav 29th. the lartrest
collection ol "Remnants" iul_'olore?i Dress Goods ever
shown anv preceding "Remnant ua? "
Iiav'^'TT V,' Friday a ? n.-rnl "Clearinjr
I av and -hi.11 r-.-n -irk the "Jsliurt i-einjllis" of Dress
wjs?- M|..Vr?'id' Vf 11" 1 ^i" -C st' ,,Ujl,t-v- "r o.herdd
'h't 1 r ,1*?m?? '?ale sale beyond a
I: is sute fosjiv we shall offer nearly 2iX) Short Ends
'f-e.is, ,,ii. me and ile-ir-1 ile Dress >abr.cs, lnaktnir t his
,n;"ie-1 l""ur ,'ust,,mers!
01 1 t ^ - repai.i in visiting our establishment
Vtl UuU U.l \ .
"ODD SI/I-s AND ' PAIRS" IN LADIES' SUK
AND I.i-LE THREAD GLOVES
1 pun-'iastsianere^uit line of Silk and
Lis I hread -lev es ai a iction.ue p. op ,.v to consider
hv V' 'Jl m previous st ?-k a Remnant" and
foil.ml- 1 Ul Vir> 1,AV "Reliant pric es, as
10 Pairs Ladi. s" - Elastic Lisle Thread Gloves, lace
tops imi-hed tinircrs. iii Gray. Mode. Olive. Gold and 1
"M.Vn". -' ' a,u' regular price 37^c.
Kemnant pr.ee r,- I
i?J-fV:r- 'JMl'es ti-iMU"" l.eii^tli j.' rsey vilk Mitts!
5^,'. Ecru, Orange and Ian shades; regular price J
"Remnant"" price 3~i?* I
t 1' '.'r.!rYV.a<!i,'V If'!K" ';Hrd-iwisieii"s'iist*'Mitts, ui
lAnii<>rii. ! !esh and < ream; regular price 75c I
K?-I:ll.ail i' |)1 ice " I
Thre V/i '.fJ ' 8 11 "?th J?isey'BriiiiaiVt Lisle
and finished lingers, lace tup, sizes 51^ y
Regular price ... I
"Remnant" price.- .. '.,r I
But ... ngth LisU 1.1 ad Glovesjdaes aiis, and 7 I 1
lk "> ''?' * |>'I? ? f? I
"Remnant" pricv ?'>3c" I
"ODD SIZKS" IN CORSETS. I
One size only?Two Fine German Woven Corsets
h'^' ^ranted best bone, perl
Rein liar price (|4.
"Remnant' price Il'vi
1? ?. M/.-s. i> and jo -Three French "P. D ::'Vo"K
lengths.* tOU * SUl' b** ktMl, in short (
Regular price _ 0_
"Remnant price
1XV.. ./.! ? 20and 2S-Two F: ench "P. i>;;: Sateen
< ors? ts perf. ct titimc. ?*lwu
Regul.ir price
Kcniiiai.t price ?ff?
***** v>l. i t) I
"ODD LINES" IN MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. !
whh-h w .'Va:!!l,,,K,hrr or !,jur U,,PS ('f Cnd. rwear
r.i'r. .i " "r ,i" "1ot ' to duplicate, are conr
?i Heiiitiant^, a?it! inurki'd and placed oil sale I
Iriua> al t^Vwed . r Keini;a..t prices.
1 lir? e I .ad ?cs Muslin JN it l>res.ses shirt front of I
m^ r1 Lhie" !)<iX plails 1,1 u,e ba'*k". trimJVii'.r'.'r
J'e down the front.
" |'Tit f ^>1 ?> > I
"Rcmuiint" pri. e !...7.".""."ZV.
,1,u! I.adies ( amhric Dressmt; Copies, iiuule of
wide U'un- "l'.'IV iW1,h lW' lV V'Cks ,,owu U,e lr"ut.
? . 1 . ed^iii^ around the neck, on sleeves
dowiitiie front and around the bottom. ' L
Regular price ?1 ou
"Remnant pr ce fj'M,,
lv.o I-.dies Muslin Nl^ht 1 iireHses' best Musii 11
M ther-HuM^rd yoke, trimmed with four rows oM
11. .i.b.tig ins. rtmu and three clusters of nine tine I
\ " ' ' linnt.y trimiu.-d and finished. I
Regular price MM
"Iteuinani" price Stloii
(Second lioor lake the elevator). I
F jr other "itenniant Day" attractions see Post Republican
ami Critic. "are ru?, rveWOODWARD
Jt LOTHROP,
Boston dry goods house,
ONE PRICE ONLY.
921 P^ave. [my28] 912 D?t
X4 OR I) K< or \TION XJ AY.
Sl E? 1AL SALE OF PARASOLS.
v\ e ..esire to call atu-ution to our eleeant
Rfock ol 1 a -hing I'arasi.is and fine Sun Umbr?-l!as.
-,v inch in ooiiit ol variety, excellence of
sty<.-s and lowtie-s of prices caniiot be excelled.
Second tl.> >r 1 ake liie elevator
Woodward v.y loth hop
Boston DRY goods house.
ooi ^ oXK ONLY.
921 la ave. [ni>2Si 912 Dst
X hing ( )f XBeauty Xs.^^. J"oy I
FOREVER:" J
THAT IS, AS LONG AS IT LASTS. t
If a suit of Clothes would last a man forever the I
clothing trade would be ruined. But, fortunately for
us dealers, gentlemen's wardrobes need constant replemshing.
Moth and nut corrupt and thievg steal
consequently trade thrives. '
Beauty fades and Joy fidis to survive. However "It
at ah'*r l? hUVt loVei1 u:iU lost u,a,i uot 10 have loved.
My guments are so perfectly constructed and fitted
to the.r design thut thev retain their beauty a loinr
time with resultant Joy. *
I>x.k to your wardrobes, gentlemen, and if you find
a deficiency tliereiu rememtjer my suggestion that it
cau be supplied at comparatively small cost at Na
4XO ithsirevi I
Almost everythii* needed by (Jentiemen can be
f.wnd in my stock, whether intended for work or for
play. \ ou recollect the proverb about Jack and work.
Let me give you an antithesis: I
" AH play and no work make* Jack a worthless feildw ?
Whether >ou work or play, I have garments suited
to your wants. j
H E X N I N O ,
THE CLOTHIER.
J?r28 410 SEVENTH STREET.
RRR OO T Y A L iJqmd Glue Mends
5 HO O Y Y AA L Wood, Glass, China
2"" O O YY A A L leather, Crockery slid
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has declared war. no quarters given
or taken. the command has gone
forth to march onward to the
slaughter.
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HATS AND BONNETS
For Ladles', Misses' and Children, of every description,
to be slaughtered.
Flowers, Tips, Plumes, Velvets and Ribbons will
share the same fate.
Laces, Gloves, Jerseys and Corsets, and Lace Caps
and Parasols, are also included. The King has decreed
to close the entire stock of
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worth of millinery,
All new, desirable and stylish goods. Every
dollar's worth has got to go. Call and convince
yourself of the inducements held out.
Now is your chance. Don't miss this opportunity
to save your money.
king's palace,
my28 814 seventh street.
Ifx krcise ON easy feet in the open air
jhikI sunshine best promote health and longevity,
hence the elite of the world visit Dr. White's establishment.
i'ill! Pennsylvania avenue, opposite Willurd's
hotel, lor the treutment of Corns, liuuions.
inverted Nails, and all Diseases of the Feet. 25tli consecutive
year oi' pra?:tice In Washington (Buliimore
estb.. 11 N. Kutaw st.) Ollice fee $1 a sitting, my28
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indigo-DYED AND GUARANTEED NOT TO
FADE
norfolk jackets.
serge suits.
office coats.
bartenders' COATS.
waiters' jackets.
robinson. parker A CO.,
FINEST CLOTHING READY MADE,
my27-4t Southeast Corner Tth and D streets.
Closing Out Sale,
i have determined to close out
my entire stock
of ladies', children's and infants'
underwear. also, such as merino
cloaks, flannel skirts and caps,
those of our patrons who ever bought
above goods from us know the first
class standard of quality and workmanship.
i only have to add that i
am going to sell out at a sacrifice i
have arranged the stock as follows:
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one LOT 4 44 o5a CENTS,
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skirts, drawers and CHEMISES.
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ONE LOT CENTS,
90 W
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SKIRTS, chemise, drawers, night-gowns
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77 55-ONE
LOT 77 "g CENTS,
7" 65oo55
guarantee them well worth $1.00.
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consisting of very fine expensive
goods.
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we have marked down and are now
dffering our entire stock at reduction.
please call before purchasing.
if we don't give you very good value
bring the goods back. and your money
will be refunded^
our best ladies' cloths, 76 cents, former
price $1.00.
brocaded suitings, 6-4, 00 CENTS, FORMER
price 31.25. ~
best all wool plaids, 42 INCH, 50 CENTS,
former price 86 cents.
guinet silks, ALL "QUALITIES, AT 10 PER
cent reduction.
special bargains in WHITE GOODS.
bo pieces french organdies, FORMER
price 37*fe cents, now 15 cents
DON'T FORGET FRIDAY.
DON'T FORGET FRIDAY.
RED TICKET DAY,
AT
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IVeep ^Manufacturing Oompany.
487 seventh st. n. w.
HEADQUARTERS FOR SHIRTS AND men's
FURNISH INO GOODS.
Keep's C. C. Shirts, six for 94 60, or 75a each.
Keep's K Shirts, six for $ti, or 21 each.
Keep's K K Shirts, six for $7.50, or 91.25 each.
All fully reinforced, tin est workmanship, perfect
lining
KEEPS SHIRTS MADE TO MEASURE.
Only our quality?the Very Best. Six for $10. Satisfaction
guaranteed.
toPEClAi. BARGAINS IN NECKWEAR, UNDERWEAR,
FANCY HALF HOSE. HANf)KFS,
SUSPENDERS. KID GLOVES. Ac. Ac.
BEST HOC. AND 75c. JEAN DRAWERS IN THE
WOHLD
SPECIAL SALE OF TRAVELING BAGS at 26
Per Cent Below Market Prices.
KEEP'S COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Collars, Latest styles, Best 4-ply, 0 for 80a
Cut!*. Latest Styles. Best 4-ply, 25a per pair.
Buy Keep's Goods and save 26 per oent on your par*
CllMSfett.
OLIVER P. BURDETTE.
4877U? st n.'w.
Bole Agent tor the District of Columbia. ap28-8m
Merchant Tailoring.
FINE ENGLISH black and fancy
corkscrews, dfaots,coatings. mixed
suitings and trouserings TO order
in the latest styles.
my28 u ^^pennsylvania itnh
Commencement ISTotiop
Examination time will soon be her* and then the
Girls will need Slippers, eta, and the Bovs nice new
Suits or Clothing, which we are prepared to fUrnbh
therefore they will not be debarred from purchasing
good, cheap and genuine articles from ^ ^ ~
oiy30 1814-1010 Peun*y ivaala av*
#
wanted?help.
axted-a first-cLass laundress to
work in the house. Apply at 1407 New.York
ave. It*
Waxtkd-a first class cook- apply
at 110 Penusylvania ava u.w. Come at
once. lt?
Want e d?sever a l good dr essm a k ers
at 439 Oth at. Q.W.. lUley liuildiitg. Also, an Apprentice.
It*
WANTED-A COLORED WOMAN AS COOK
at the Children's Country Home. Applv at 2011
I St.. before one o'clock, this week. my28-2t*
~\jtrant fcflJ-a fiRST-class woman cook,
t> for a family of two. Apply to 009 list. n. w.
my28-3t
Waxtkd-a firsts-lass woman cook
(colored): reference required. Apply at 1510 h
i 8t. ^ " my28-3t*
"VETANTED?SEVERAL FIRST-CLASS STARCH?V
ers ana Ladies' Clothes I rollers. Acme Steam
| Laundry, 1302 F st. my28-3t*
\\r anted - notedi ately; a c apable
T t and reliable woman for central housework -.reference
required. Apply at 17'27 ltltli st. n.w. uT-7-?t*
| \\T AnTEi)-at l523 '28TH ST. n w . a NEAT
w and elllcient Waitress and Chambermaid; best
city references required. Call on Saturday between 2
and ;i p.m. ______ *my27-3t*
\irANTED - a COMPETENT WOMAN to
T V wash and iron, and assist with chamber work:
country, near Washington; jjood wages. Apply at
4<><> Louisiana ave. n.w. mvi'f-it*
WANTED-A WOMAN TO COOK, WASH AND
iron for a small family; white preferred: must
come well recommended Call al 1013 N st. n.w.
my27-3t*
W~~ anted-an experienced nurse. to
travel, charge of one child. Best of references
required. Address Box No. 10, Star ofllee. my27-3t*
W- ANTED-FOUR-PLASTERERS TO (K) TO
Morgantown, N. C., for the summer. Address
II. J. HAilILL, Raleigh, N. C. my27-tft*
ANTED-TWO WOMEN?ONE TO cookj
wash and Iron, the other as chambermaid and
to take care of invalids. References required. Call at
1014 30th st. west. my26-8t*
WAN TED- AN EX PERIENCED WHI TE (*M)K.
with good references. Apply 1308 Connecticut
ave. niy25-lw?
WANTED-WHITE AND (XH,ORED WOMEN
Cooks. $10 to !?20; clianiheruuiids, nurses, general
workers, scrub and kitchen girLs, men cooks.
8. A. COOMBS, Employment Bureau, OM F st. n.
w. myl8-2w*
WANTED?LADIES AND YOUNG OIRLS^TN
city or country (distance no object), to work for
us at their homes. The business is something entirely
new and easily learned. Good salary. We have large
orders and take all you can make. No canvassing or
peddling: 110 glass painting. Particulars free. F.
EATON, New England Trading Co., Boston. Mass.
Box 5153. , iuy8-l in*
wa nted-sit u ation st] h
WANTED?SITUATION WITH QUI ET AGED
people, to do li^ht house duty where the !*abbath
is respejted. Address J. DRYsDALE, City P.O.,
for ten days. It*
WANTED?BY A REJSPECT-\BLE WIIITE
Girl a Situation as chambermaid or nurse in a
private family. Apply at 404 -27th st. u.w. It*
W~ ~ ANTED?BY a REiPEt TABLE GERMAN
girl a Situation to do general house work: no
waahing. Address Box 78, Star oil lee. It*
WANTED?A SITUATION BY AT(JMPETENT
white womau t<> cook, wash and iron and do
general housework. Good references. Apply at 1138
23d su n.w. It*
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE WHITE
girl, a situation as cliauit>ermaid or nurse; willing
to leave the city. Call 1010 H st. n.w. between 12 and
3 o'clock. Best of references. niy27-2t*
WANTED?SITUATION AS a CLERK BY a
young German man, who has four years experience
lu the grocery and liquor business. First
class of city references furnished. Address Box 74,
star office. my2?i-3t*
WANTED- PI.ACES FOR IIOUSEK EEPER8.
seamstresses, ladies' maids, cooks, nurses,chambermaids,
men cooks, waiters, waitresses, with references.
S. A. COOMBS, Employment Bureau. 020 F
st. u.w. myl8-2w*
~ ~ w anted?rooms. ___
WANTED?A SINGLE GENTLEMAN WOULD
like to reut a suite of Booms, with bath, 1st or
2d floor, in Georgetown. Address Box OO, Star office.
niv'^7-3t
w^ante d -houses.
WANTED-SMAI.E HOl'SiK; N.W.; .NOT MORE
than $3u. Address R. C. B., 1 -03 M st. u.w. It*
"**7"ANTED--BY A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE,
w ' no children), for a term of years, a comfortable
I)welling House with modern conveniences, situated
within ten minutes walk of the Treasury department.
Reut must not exceed )f450 i>er annum, which will he
pan! quarterly in odvauce. Unquestionable references
given. Address HOME,Stur oilicc. iny27-3i*
WAN T EI >- PA RTIES D ESIR i N g~1 tEsPO N SD
hie gentleman and wife, with best references, to
care for furnished or unfurnished during summer,will
please address SUMMER, Slur office. m27-3*
\\r~\NTEl> -SEVERAL" HOUSES, RANGING IN
V? price from $2,1M.U to $7,5<HJ- must be a good investment.
State price, location, &c. Agents need not
answer. Address B. C. "FOSTER, Star ottice. my25-Ot
vv anted?miscellaneous.
WANTED?IRISH GENTLEMAN, PROFESSOR
of Music, gives lessons in singing, organ and
piano. !?1 t>er month, on u quick plan. Iuu7 E st.
Prof. JAMES. Please call. It*
WANTED?A RUD<>E SAFETY BICYCLE, 40
inch.; must be cheap. Applv at 4'23 11th st. n.w.
my"J8-3t
"VI*" ANTED?TO BUY A GOOD STYLISH HORSE,
> suitable for a buggy; iron itray preferred. Apply
DRUG STOKE. I Oth and Ests. n.w. m 28-31*
WANTED.? CERTAIN CHOLERA CURE. Cures
Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantum,
Cramps in Stomach and Diarrhu-a. It never fails
when used as directed. Always keep it In your house.
Carry it where ever von go. The price Is within reach
ol all. and you won t have to take a dozen bottles before
relief. * It acts like magic. Diarrhoea Is the first
sia^e of cholera. Stop that aud you prevent cholera.
CERTAIN CHJLERA CURE never fails to stop it.
All druggists keep it. A. BROWN, Proprietor, Box
304, Washington, D. C. myJo-lin*
WAN I'ED?
IT Door aud Window Screens made and put up
by C. E. B1RCK HEAD, Cabinet Maker,
my9-3w* 712 0 st. n. w.
WANTED?NEW STEAM CARPET CLEANING
aud Feather Renovating Works.
F. 11. YOUNG, 142'^ Pennsylvania ave. n.w.
Factory, K St., corner 5th st. s.e. my 10-1 m*
A NTED-UR. LEONARD S MAGNCTICr apW
pliances?Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Paralysis, lnsomnia,Dyspepsia,ull
nervouslroublesqulckiy relieved
by our combined Electric and Magnetic treanuent;
Magnetic hair uiid flesh brushes: pure bristles;all I
kinds nuignetic garments; consultation free; parlors
tirst tioor. DR. VS. LEONARD ?& CO., removed from
U'J'J1!] Est. to 1005 Fst. n.w. mylO-liu
Wanted?to" know that Moody's new
Tailor System is the latest improvement in
Dress Cutting. It is known to have no equal, it is
taught at 1^37 Pennsylvania ave. n.w. myl4-3m
WANTED -SECOND-HANl3 CLOTHING, WAT*
dies,guns,pistols, jewelry. Also, furniture,stoves,
6w.,&c..bought. Best cash price paid. S.iiiiL'g. nlieiiner,
701 7th s.w. Note by mail promptly attended to. 14-lm*
WANTED?THAT f 1 BOX OF 00 CIGARS.
That box of '^5 cigars for 40c. All former 15c.
brands of cigarettes jiow 10c. '-50 cigarettes 5c., at
SICKLE BROS,', 10il Pennsylvania ave. myl2-lm
WANTED-ELECTRIC HAIR RESTORER,!' HE
wonder of the ago, will produce a suit of hair
after '?!5 years of baldness. Call at 1222 F st. n.w. for
lull particulars. Consultation free. J. D. O'Donnell.
druggist, corner Virginia ave. anil 10th st. s.w.: " I
have been bald for lO veal's. After using half a bottle
of Dr. Semmes'Hair Restorer my hair is coming in
thick aud fast." Many other Washington testimonials
can be seen at Office, 12-- E St., 4 doors lrom 13th, up
oue (light. myll
ANTED?THE TURKISH, RUSSIAN AND
Electric Bath Roomsat Dr. L VON DOLCKE S
Electro-Balneologic Institute, 10U7 F st. n.w., are
open every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. for ladies and
gentlemen, separate apartments. Indies are under
the direction ofMrs. L. S. Innis. M. D. and electrician.
Electric treatment given In all its various forms, aud
applications both in aud out of the bath. myO-lm*
Wanted?copying department, calfGRAPH
OFFICE, makes a specialty of all
kinds of Type Writing, guarantees accuracy, rapidity
and beautiful work, by experts. All mailersconlidential.
CALIGRAPlt OFFICE, 933 F sUn.w. my2-3m
WANTED?HORSES TO KEEP: KEEPING
Horses a specialty; box stalls fur grain feeding;
city references; 7-st. roud, 8 m. from city. Order box,
Price's stable, 311 Oth n.w. C. H. P. CLARK, Sligo, Md.
ap27-2m*
ANTED - STEAM CARP1CT-CLEANING~BY
our process: no whipping. Telephone 115-0.
A. H. CH ACE <& BRO., 010 Louisiana ave. mlil3
anted-to announce-that john's
beall, Bateman & Co.'s Bank, 1411 e st. n.
w., is a Commissiouer of Deeds lor every stale aud
Territory, u. s. Commissioner, Examiner aud Notary.
Always in office from 0 a. m. to o p. m. m2
Wa n t fc'b?in sects and theirtierm Exterminated
from Bed Lounges and other furniture,
Furs. Jui. a. h. ciiace ?s: bro.,
*au21 010 Louisiana ave.
lost and found.
ost-between city post office and
11th st. aud Pennsylvania ave., Bunch of Keys.
Reward if lelt at Brentano's book store. a. scott
w1therbee. It*
t ost-yesterday noon, in going from i
_i_j 15lh and Corcoran sts. to 1307 r St.. a Package,
containing two deeds aud photograph. Please return i
1007 15th st. n.w. and receive reward. it*
Ijlound?a black leather pocketbook
" In Center Market. Owner cum liave same by applylug
at n. p. re1d <t co.'s Center Market Stand,
3 ii), 371 and 372, and prove property. It*
Iost-on 25th inst.. going FROM 5th
j aud k sts. to 7th and4) sts. n.w., Gold Ring, set
with seven White Stones, marked ln?ide "e. W. to
Curry." Suitable reward if returned to 440 k st.
n.w. my28-2t*_
Lost-gold medal, with w. l. a. os,
attached to two small cluiius; in center of chains
are two small keys with diamond. Liberal reward If
left at 505 7th'?t. u. w. myv!0-3t*
"dentistry.
Dr. starr parsons, cor. wth and e n.w.
Filling a specialty; also, tifb cure of toothache
witliout extracting. a local aiuesthetlc, used ou the
gums, alleviates pais of extractiug. Gas given. apl3
oam u el "iTscott, d.da ,
o ttfteen years experience in Dentistry. Office,1207
f st n.w. Pruservaliou of the Natural Teeth a spedalty.
ocJ2
T\R T. M. TALBOTT, DENTIST," 437 7TH STV
JLf three doors from corner E. Dentistry In all
its branches. Teeth inserted $7 per set. All work
warranted. ;anl
hotels.
Brock's Congressional Hotel.
This Hotel is situated opposite tbeCapitol?New Jersey
ave. and B st s.e.?the most elevated point la
Washington. It is out of the malaria district being
on* hundred feet above the level of the Potomac river.
From lu Balconies a beautUul view can be bad of the
entire city of Washington, Arlington Heights, Potomac
River and the Capitol grounds. Hummer boarders
accommodated with delightful airy and well ventilated
rooms. Transient, ?X00 per day. Regular hoarders ibr
summer season at low rates. H. BROCK, Prop.,
mblfr&B Formerly of Jersey Uty, N. J.
9 x-rt V/t^ J^XXV/ JL1KJX/JJL X ^
??^? ??? ??^? ?????
FOR RENT?ROOMS.
For rent-furnished-near iowa circle,
three pretty Rooms on second floor, consisting
of bedroom, parlor and dressing-room; large closets
and bath. 1204 O st. n.w. lt?
IjTOR~REXT -TWO"FURNISHED~Ri kjMS7 "COMmunicatlng,
on second floor, large and airy. 84J7
10th st n w. my'2S-3t?
For rext - furnished and unkuiT
nlshed Rooms, at 317 Missouri ave. n.w. my28-3t*
For rent-two large cxmmuxicatino
Parlors, unfurnished; summer prices. 332 C st. u.
w. niy28-3t*
1r>OH RENT-TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS OX
' second floor, over parlors, with board; single or en
suitf. Summer rates. Address QUIET, Star office,
my28-3t? '
FOR RENT?HANDSOME SECOND FLOOR
Rooms: parlor ami bedroom: cool and airy: cheap
to a good tenant. 1318 O st, opposite Epiphany
c. lurch. my28-3t*
I>OR RENT-BEAUTIFUL FT7RNISHED~COMmunicating
Rooms on second floor. nrivate bath;
also, one unfurnished Room on same noor: with or
without board: summer rates. 457 C st.n.w.my*2S-3t*
If OR RENT?SECOND F LOOR?TH REE IX
furnished Rooms to genteel couple; private family;
convtnleut to City Hall, Capitol and U. P. O.: F st.
cars pass the door. Terms reasonable and in advance.
1*28 C st. n.w. my28-3t*
FOR RENT-THREE UNFURNISHEDROOMf^
two of them large and communicating: also One
furnished, at 917 H st. n.w. my28-3t*
FOR RENT-AT 941 H ST. X. W.. TWO LARGE
trout bay window Rooms; well furnished, with
goo I board. my27-4t*
FORRENT?AT 614 5TH ST., OPP. JUDICIARY
Square, large, cheerful Rooms, and good Table
Board; convenient to new Peusion office. my274lt?
I" pOR~RENT? FURNISHE1 ~ROOM.~SUITA BEE
for office; most central location; reut very reasonable
Apply at 723 14th st. n.w. my27-0t
For rent-1065 Tarh st.. between k and
L sts . in a handsome new block, beautifully Furnished
Rooms, single or en suite, with excellent Board
near by. my27-3t?
For rent-to desirable parties, four
unfurnished Rooms on second floor. Also, one
Suite, furnished, on first. Apply at 22*22 G st n.w.
my27-3t?
For rent-two large parlors and
basement, with all improvements, at 16 I st. ae.
i?y27-8t*
For""rent-two larok unfurnished
Parlors on 1st floor, with porch; also unfurnished
Rooms on 2d and 3d floors; modern imps. 11 ti c st.
n.w. my*27-2t*
For rext-cheerful roc?ms ix a new
house, where things are well attended to; gentlemen,
or gentleman and his wife preferred; board given
if desired. Address lio.x 143. Star office. m.v27-3t*
1^0 R REX T-T WO DKLItiHTFDL FUR XI SHED
. Rooms, for gentli-meu.in private family, on <;eorgetown
Heights, half block from cars; no other bourders.
References exchanged. Address Box 24. Star office.
my27-3t*
If OR I1EXT-TW 0_I) FT IIKKE ROOMS ON~lsT
floor, or two on 2d floor; all unfurnished; rent low.
815 Oth st. n.w. my27-3t*
TIOR RENT?A LARGE AIRY FROXT "ROOM",
furnished, second story, or back room on same
floor, small private family; no children. 1341 15th
st. n.w. my27-3t*
IT1 OR RENT-PLEASANT SUMMER ROOMS OX
'2d floor, north aud south exposure, with private
baths. Summer rates. 1325 K st. n. w. my2tf-3t,|,
I^ORRKNT?1016 15TH ST. X. W. THE MOST
desirable parlor aud bed room, also single rooms,
on '2d floor in city, elegantly furnished, delightfully
located, one square above Arlington Hotel, front
windows overlook McPherson square. IfOrdics pass
the door. mv'20-lm
1" 7*OR REXT-FURXISHED OR UN FURNISHED
Rooms, with or with' at board, in private familv of
adults. 11*29 lOtb st n.w. my26-3t*
IXoit REXT- TWO UNFURNISHED COMMUXIcating
front Rooms in Grant Place. Address
GRANT PLACE, Star office. my'20-3t*
|> OR it EN T-"f\V( JI'ESll I ABLE FURNT S HED
1 Rooms from the 1st of June. At 214 North Capitol
st. Gentlemen preferred. my20-3t*
R11EXT-FIRST AXl? THIRD FLOOR, UX.
furnished,of house 818 17th st.n.w., from June 1st.
1X120-31*
170R REXT?1824 H ST. X. W., PART OF
House, or Ro< ms en suite or single, at moderate
rates; private faiuiiy. my20-3t*
I^Olt "RENTALARGE FROXT BAY WINDOW
Room, with alcove, on second floor; furnished or
unfurnished. Also, communicating back room. New
house, with all conveniences. 807 11th st. n. w.
my26-3t?
17?OR RENT-FURNISH ED A XI) UXFURXISHKD
? Rooms; also Basement. At 907 M st.n.w. in25-2w*
I7*oli RENT?AT 517 EAST CAPITOL STREET,
pleasant furnished Rooms on 2d floor, en .suite or
Mingle; bath room on same floor. On line of cars aud
herdic. myl6-2w*
I^OK REXT?1114 M ST. X. W? LARGE. COOL]
handsomely Furnished Rooms, second story back
i:nd front third story back; very large closets.hatli,<tc.,
&c. Terms moderate for summer. References.m22-2w*
1/< ?R REXT?325 C ST.~$TE7 THREE UXFUS
lushed Rooms, with gas and bath on same floor;
will rent cheap to a respectable small familv. Can be
seen from 2 to 5 p.m. inv8-3w*
0R REXT? XiCE~C()0L ROOMS ~0 N PARLOR
and third floor, furnished or uufurnished, at sum
mer rates, ut 1444 N st. n.w. Board and caterer convenient.
mylS-lm
17*011 RENT?806 12TH ST.. JINK 1ST, TWO
Unfurnished Communicating Rooms on second
floor- myl8-2w?
I^OR RENT?NICELY FURNISHED COM MUXIcatitig
Parlor and Bed Room; also other Rooms;
north aud south exposure: modern conveniences.
Summer rates. At 1112 II st. n.w. myl4-lm
ITIOR"REXT-1007 F ST. N.W., SEVERAL ALLnew
liaudsome-ftirnished airy rooms: southern
exposure: at summer rates. Also, a nice office, with
or without furniture. myy-im?
]7?ORRKXT-?15E ST. X.W., FURNISHED AND
- unfurnished Rooms: gas. my8-3m
17*011 ~ REXT-HAXDSOMELY FURXISHJED
Rooms at 827 Vermont ave., opposite Arlington
Hotel. my4-liu
L11 )R REXT?213 EAST CAPITOL ST., ELEGANT
X Parlor and Bedrooms; second floor; handsomely
furnished: also. Room on third floor: very desirabfe
rooms, cool and delightful; cars and hehdics pass the
door: terms very low ior summer. ap2tM m*
FORT RENT?FLATS^
I^OR RENT?THE "ARXO," 10TH ST., BEtween
I and K sts.. Furnished Suites with private
bath, or entire Flats, including all hotel attentions, to
reut at lowest summer prices, from Juiie 1st to September
1st. my28-3t?
I^OR REXT?OXE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE
. Apartments in "The Richmond," on the second
floor. Apply on the premises or to FITCH, FOX.
?fc BROW X, 1437 Pennsylvania ave. my26-3t
FOR RENT? STOKES.
IjU?R REXT?FIXE LARGE STORE OR \VARBrooms,
423 11th st. n.w., near Pennsvlvania ave.:
best thoroughfare between Pennsylvania ave. and F
St.: suitable for most any business purpose. my28-lm
I^OR REXT-FIXE STORE AXD DWELLlXG
on 9th st, opposite Patent office, 718, at $75 per
moinh in advance. Inquire of A. EBERLY Jt SC>XS,
71S t tli st niv22 (jt*
I . FOR RENT?OFFICES.
17?OR REXT?OFFICE ROOMS OX FTRST\SK?
ond and third floor, suitable for lawyers or claim
agents. They are convenient to all departments: at
1413G street, near the Treasury Dept. my8-lm
FORItENT?MISCELLANEOUS
IT^OR RENT?
Pianos $4 per month.
,, Organs $2 per month.
my28-0t F. 0. SMITH, 1103 Psuna. avenue.
BOARDING.
1 THIRST-CLASS TABLE BOARD, WITH OR
. without rooms, at the new Belmont Flats, 813 12th
W. n.w. myls-lm*
OK LAFAYETTE SQUARE. ELEGANTLY FURmm
*/ nLslied Rooms with Board, on second floor; also
transient and table boarders accommodated.my 18-2v *
Harris holse, eurupeax plan^penn^
sylvuniu ave., bet. 13th and 14th sta. Summer
prices lor rooms. May 1st to Nov. 1. $10 to S15 per
month; transient rates, 75c. and 81. Witliln one
block of Willard's, Riggs aud Kbbitt hotels, Treasurv,
Dept of Justice. JOHN H. HARRIS, Prop. my4-2m
OPRAGUE MANSION, CURXER liTH"AXD E
O sis. n.w., for rent, with Board: several large pleasant
Rooms; also, two or three small Rooms; transient
boarders accommodated. mh23-8w?
f PHE IAXJHIEL IIOUSE, 512 9TH ST. N.W.,
_I and the La Pierre, aw. cor. 10th and E n.w., are the
best conducted Boarding bouses in the city. Table tlr?tclass:
pleu uiu rooms. Terms moderute. oc27
**fpHE TREMONT."?THIS HOUSE HAS BEEX
-a. repainted, and In every way put In first-class
order. 11 is the coolest and most desirable place to board
In the city. Terms, 825. 30, $40 and $45 per m je7
MONEY TO X,OAN\
^OA OOri TO loax on real estate
vV/VJ at 0 per cent Insums to suit
Loans made without aelav.
CHARLES W. HAXDY,
my21-lm 9-21 F street n.w.
Cj4O,6O6 " * "
?cft'20,000 MOXEY TO LOAX.
5,000
1 3lKI
l,'2UO fmylS] T. E. WAGGAMAX.
MOXEY TO IX)AN ON. REAL ESTATE OR
Collateral Security, such as Notes, secured by
deed of trust, City Bonds, Railroad Stock aud Bonds,
( battel Mortgage. Drawback Certificates, well-endorsed
Notes or any Investment securities. It A.
PHILLIPS, 1428 New York ave. n.w. iuy4
Money now in ;hand to loan ox approved
real estate security at lowest rate of interest;
no delay. PARKER <? TOWNSEND,
ap!0-2m 1418 F st. n-w.
? L0,000, ?3,000. *5 0(>0- W,000. ^
to loan on Real Estate.
apo HUFTY A DYER, 13th and V st*.
Money to loan. ' ~
On Real Estate Security,
At Lowest Rates of Interest
_ It O. HOLTZMAN.
I? Corner 10th and F streets northwest
"Vf ONEY TO LOAN
-ITX In sums to suit, on approved Real Estate security,
at lowest rates or interest Charges moderate. Xo
unnecessary delay. J. v. N. HUYCK,
"IS 1505 Pennsylvania ava
J HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD RKAL EState
or collateral security at lowest rates of interest
o delay when security Is good. O. C. GREEN, Room
1,1 lrenien s building, cor. 7th st and La ave. ja'28
Money to loan
In sums to suit, at lo*e?t rates, on approved real
estate security. FITCH, FOX A BROWN,
010 1437 Peunsyl van ia ava.
Money to loan
A T LOW EbT RATES OF INTEREST.
ON HEAL ESTATE SECURITY.
TUOS. J. FISHER * CO,
1324 F st nTw.
A Sure (Jure For Oys^epsia."
Cure In from one to three months.
Relief guaranteed in from one to three months.
Sent post-paid upon reoelpt of 50c. Address
BU4-UB I. D. C, Ca, Box 301, LYNCHBURG, VA.
iTXZX JL XOOtl*
FOR RENT?HOUSE&
IVoB Blbij -SEVEN-ROOM BKKK HOUSE,
bay window; bo* aud cold water; 624 3*1 st. n.w.;
rent, *33 per month Ui advance. Appi* 1311 Fst n.
w. u y.'ssr
T^OR rent-small BRICK house. FOl?
J rooui". tnmmtr kitchen.Ac., at Biicbiw^D.U
Kent $10 per month. Inquire or i'hos. J. FI8IIEB
d CO., F St., near 14th n.w. mj
1-^OR RENT-$35, fine 8-room bkk k. m- l,
1 151" R st. n.w ; $22 50, nice 6-room brick, m. I.,
72 K st. n.e.: ^i. new brick, back of 42S p *. n.w.
Appl> 10 BUSH NELL & CABUSI.
my28-3t D*** F at. n.w
I.VjR RENT-925 12TH ST. X W.. A NINE
1 Room House: modern conveniences and ftirnace;
vacated the first of June. Moderate reut for sunnier.
Inquire next door. 923. my28 2t?
1jk>r" rent-a bbick house. 1620 new
Jersev ave. n.?.;six rooms and btith-room. with
lir>t and cold water, and all modern improvements.
Apply at 1619 New Jersey ave. n.w. _ my2S-3t?
I^oR BENT?B Y~ J UN E 1ST, 1735 13TH st. K.
w. Apply to 1016 I st. n.w.
[VjB RENT~N KW HOU8E. 470 O ST. N. W.. 12
roouis. all modern improvements; rent $40 per
month. Inquire at lOOU U st. li.w.
I.^OR RENT - FURNISHED HOUSE WITH
large, airy rooms, to a careful tenant, until the
middle of October; nominal rent. Apply at 1531 Vermont
avenue. myiW-81'
Ij^OB BENT?1417 17TH ST. N. W., 11 ROOMS
(new). $45: 1116 19th st. n.w., 7 rooms, $25.
my28-31 CHARLES \V. HANDY. 921 F si. n.w.
17IO R RENT-A COMFORT ABLE EIGHT-BOOM
House, hall, itas aud water, 14 6tli st. i?.e., three
doors from E Capitol st. cars. Apply at 315 Pennsylvania
ave. n. w. H. HEIL Bijll $1*
I sob rent-brick house. 7<w. corner sth
and H sts. s.w.; six rooms w ith hall; modem improvements:
will be vacant June 1, 1S85; $19 per
month. C. H. PABKER, 4?? and Ests. s. w.
niy2S-3t* [
1 SOB"BENT-BRICK HOUSE. 726 2UTH ST. N.
w.;l 1 r<>oma:aiodernimprovemeuts;iu good repair.
Apply next door. 728. tuy28-at* I
V^OR RENT- ~
J Brick. 105 E st. n.w.,9 rooms. - $35
Brick. 1910 Vermont ave., 7 rooms .. 25
Brick. 1503 Pierce place, J rooms and stable 28
Brick. 121 Est. n.e., 8rooms. 18
Frame, 1224 Maryland ave. n.e., 10 rooms. 14
ALBERT F. FOX,
my28-3t 92Q F st. n.w.
tSoB RENT? 2129 K st. Sr., m.i.$50.OO
P 2O2fcG,llr.fm.i.$7O.0O 2437Kst.7r...? 25 50
616 lsth st., 12r -66.66 2141 11 St., 7r., m l . 'ii.(K)
2018 M.10r.m.L,new55.00: 1718 loth st.0r.store25.00
802 21st st, 12 r 55 (H) 1129 20th st..6r.fm.i25.00
2125 L st. 12r ?45.50 1313 22dst8r. rn.LJ5.50
1113 21st ?tl2r.m.i.45.5o 925 22d st.. 7 r -22.50
His 21st st. Or _.4?? 45 S(?3 22d st.,8r 20.50 I
3<i43 N st.,llr.m.L...40.00 2115 K st.,0r 20.50
222<>O st.. 9r., m. 1-35.50, 811 20thst..5r 14.:?0
909 23d st. 8r. m.i...35.50 1724 F, store 12.00
Cor.34?tN.12r.,m.i-35.00 515^ 23d St.. 5r ll.OO I
my28 WhXHIT A WILCOX. 1907 Penn. ave._
BENT?A TWO-STORY BRICK: EIGHT
rooms and cellar; cood neighborhood and convenient
to three lines of cars. Apply to SWORMSTEDT
? BRADLEY 928 F St. n.w. my'J7-U*
I^Olt RENT-FURNISHED IIOUSE-8 ROOMS:
West End; low rent to responsible party; June 1st
to October 1st. Address Box 111, star office my27-2*
I?OR RENT- DOUBLE BRICK HOUSE; TEN
room'*: (new): all modern Improvements; northwest:
<>n line of street cars; near schools and market:
will rent low for June. July, AiiRust an>l September. I
Apply at once to C. W. HANDY, 921 F st. n.w. ,
my27-3t I
1_ ,^OH RENT?EURNI-HED, 1140 COXNECTIcut
ave., to a careful tenant without small chil- L
dren; references required. my27-2w*
t^OR~ BENT? 191 o"*i l'llfsT. N. W.7 A"NICE 7room
Brick, with modern improvements; $30 |>er I
ttiontli. 1340 W st?, 6 rooms: modern improvements, I
per month. tllas. E. BANES, bOO F st. n.w.
niy27-3t ^ I
I~7H)R RENT?DESIRABLE DWELLING, 1919
Vermont ave. n.w.: seven rooms: modern improve- I
ments: $25. ALBEBT F. FOX. 920 F st. n. w.
my27-3t I
1~?SoR RENT?FOREST HOUSE, CORNER NEW
Jersey ave. and I> st. n. w., 20 Rooms. All conve- I
niences. * Bar fixtures aud stock tor sale. THOS. E. I
WAUOAMAN. 917 F st. 11. w. my27-3t_ I
ISoR K ENT-FU RN1SH ED-SI X-RO< )M AND
hath brick House: a Sine piano In house: 1637 loth I
st. n.w. Call at soo 11th st. 11.w. my26-3t*
IINOR RENT?929 P ST. N.W., 9 ROOMS AND
' cellar; all modern improvements; furnace; stable
In rear of lot: a fine proiierty. For permit to inspect
apply to It. JL T. LEIPOLD, 1331 E st. n.w. my20-3t
I" 7U)K RENT?1ST JUNE, BRICK HOUSE, 1229
30th st.. West WasliinRtoti; bay 'window front, I
seven rooms; all Improvements: $25 per month. WM. I
H. DOU?i A L. or Braces' Drug store. mv26-3t*
I^OK Kl'NT?ID)USE?1 lis VIrostnia avets
w.: fronting Smithsonian grounds; S rooms and
oeilar; furnished or unfurnuhtki: for six months.
my26-3t?
1_7?OK RENT-BRICK HOUSE 1210 n ST. N. W?
containing b rooms, bath and cellar: ail modern
improvements. Apply to J.W. BARKER, llOH H st.
n.w. my26-3t* |
I.-Volt RENT?FU TIN isn ED, IOOO 16TH 8T\]
' corner 16th and Q sts.: house 30 feet front; 12 I
rooms; burplar alarm -t and all modern improvements; I
suitable for entertaining.
DARKER 4 TOWNSEND,
my26-lw 1418 Fst. n.w. t
IIOR RENT-TU N E 1 sr. B RU~K IDJUSE~C'ONtaiiiinic
11 rouiiis: modern improvements: situated
920 N st. n. w. Inquire at Hll 11th st. n.w. my26-3*
I7?OR RENT-ID 'USE 100 STII ST. X. E., $25.
All conveniences. Call at OEYER'S Livery and I
( arriageBepwUwy, 4'.S C st. n.w. my26-5t* I
IT^OR RENT HOUSES.
Per Mouth. Per Month. I
2031 1st. n.w $52.50'' 1300 T st. n.W $25.00
804 A st. s.e 50.00 715 19th st. n.w 25.00
lnl7 M st. n.w 50.00 1S41 12th st. n.w 25.O0
301 13?-, st. h.w :?.00' 17U7.1709.1711 tith.25.00
142U :t:id st. u.w_ :}5.0<> 70S 1? st. n.w 25.OO
524 20th st. n.w 1315 D St. n.w -..23.O0 |
613 11th st. n.w 30.2S 4 J0 P st. n.w 20.00
460 C st. n.w 30.00 .1845 7th st. n.w 20.00
STORES. OFFICES. ,
Per Month. , Der Month. I
627 La. ave. n.w $s5.00 Room 5, 9 <& Pa.av.$25.00
312 9th st. u.w 75.00 Room 13, Pa.av. 9.22.50
11119 F st n.\v 05.00 61S F n.w.. Room 3..2O.00
The above is only a small portion of property ou my
books. For ftill list call at office for bulletin. Issued on
1st aud 15th. 1
mv26 THOS. E.WAGOAMAN. I
Ir^OR RENT?ONE 2-STORY BRICK HOUSE: 8
rooms, bath room, with all modern improvements:
1520 5th st. n.w , bet. 1' and Q; rent $'25 and
water rent. Inquire at 4o3 7th st. n.w. my25-8t
T^OR RENT?
1 101421st.st.l4r..$125 4166thst. 16r.,m.i$83.33
L?30 i:uh st.,14r..m.l.l25 1730 F St.. lor., m.i 75
1502 Vt. av.,13r..m. L125 1738 FaL. lOr. m.i 75
17??3 PSt., 12r? m.i.83.^1 2133 K st.n.w.,8r?m.i.50
1020 R.Lav. 11 r.,m.i.S3.33 i:J34 Riggs st.,6 r., m. 1.85 j ,
512 12th sL15r. m.i. 65 T3:tO Kiggs st. n.w.,6r_..35 I 1
1742 Fst.n.w..lOr.m.L. ..SO ,1721 De Sales St., 11 rs75 I ;
1918 F st. n.w., 9 rs 75 1441 L st. n.w., 9 rs 25 I
THOMAS J. FISHER dktt), :
my23 1324 F street northwest. .
I- "'OK BENT-A SMALL-HOUSE. ON n ST., BE- i
tween 17th and ISthsts. n.w. Contains all mod- I |
em conveniences, and is well furnished. Apply to |i
THOS. J. FISHER & CO..
my22-6t 1324 F St. n.w. I 1
For rent-house-at 1917 9th st., 8 j
rooms. Apply to H. BEARD, 927 F st. n.w.
my21-lm I
I7?OR RENT-JUNE 1, 1885, 516 b ST. N. R
Nine rooms: all improvements and stable: $35: | i
to a permauent tenant only. S. H. WALKER. 42U B I
st. n.^ my2Q-l m j
X^OR RENT-BY B. O. HOLTZMAN.
f K st.,u.C.av.,f..$333.33 Kst..u. 15th,11 rs.,f.....$lO0
Fstreet n. lb.lSr ..300 1915 Pa. av., llr 8:L33 I
G st.. near 19th St.. f...3?H? 1759 Fst. n.w.,llr_..8;i.33 I
K. I.av.,nr.Conn. av.,f..300 Corcoran st., n. 14th, f_...HO I .
I>afayette sq., 17r...262.50 11th, near U St., fur 75 :
I>afayette sq., 17r..f 25?? 1626 14th St.. lOr 75 I
Mass. ave.. n. 15th, f....200 515 Oth St., 14r 75 ;
Nst n.C>>nn. ave,13r...200 923 H st. n.w 70
I^afavette square 17r...2*H) S street ,n4.12th,0r..f. 70 I
Iowa Circle, fur 100.00 14 IS N street n.w., 12r.05 I '
Conn.av.n.N,l3 r.f.100.06 1017 12tbstreet u.w 65
Mst.n. 9thSL, lOr,?.... 150 14181 st.n.w.,flat 55
15thst. n. R.I.av.. 9r...l50 21st, near H st.. flir 50
19thst. Dup<iut circle,fl50 210 6th street,hrs 50 j
1502 Vt. ave., 14r 125 720 17th street, tlat 50 I
133019th street, 13r...lOO .1760 1* street.store. 40 J .
Md. av..u'r 1st n.e..fur.lOO Lincoln avenue, 9r 40
( rant I'lac-e, fur..8r 100 420 9tli stre?*t n.w 35
Thomas Cir., lOr., fur.lOO 713Vj E Citp. St., 6r. 30 I j
_ R- O- HOLTZMAN. loth and F sts. n.w.
I^OR RENT-HOUSE 910 19TH ST. NAV., 13
rooms; large side yard: modern Improvements; I '
rent i76 per month. Apply to a. a. WlLSON. cor- I
ner 7th st. and Louisiana ave. u.w. mylO-2w I 1
]xm RENT1
1100 F, 14 rooms.$125 411 2d st n.w., 7r...$41.67 .
1010 19tli n.w.,I3r lOO 445 Pst. n.w.. 8r 30 ] !
2023 1 st. n.w., 15r lOO 1314 8tli sL 5r 20 i
IS'^7 H st. u.w.,13r 85 2032 17th st.,-8r -18 i
1761 Pst. n.w.. llr...83.34 1113 Vst.n.w.,6r 16.30 ]
1310 19th st.n.wlOr.83.34 431 Q n. w.,5r 16 i
1022 19th n.w.. 12r 75 001 Cst.n.w..store -15 I ]
1717 Desalesst. lOr?.05' 2 Jackson Hail alley 13 j
127 D st. n.w..7 roonts.50 431 Warner. 5r 12.80 I
6JS? ECap.. 12 rooms~..60 lliW Park PL. 6rs. ..12.80 "
n. w.. Sr _5o Feuton Place, 5r 12.50 ^
SOOR.I.av.str.&dw'g.?45 21lOM n. w .,4r M
1705 l;< n. w.. llr 45 231 15th st. s.e., 4 r 8 I
Also, a number ot well-located Furnished Houses. I Call
at office for Weekly Bulletin, issued every Saturday
afternoon. landlords can have their houses ad- I .
vertised free by placing them in our hands.
my 10 ____ BH. WARNER. 916 F St n.W.
Ir*OR RENT-UNFURNISHED- 1
1 1025 Conn, ave $250; 18?2 M st $83.33 N.
H. av. and S st- 15U 1116 M st 65 :
1324 16th st 150 1430 N st SO
2024 G st 125 703 15th, office roouutJM) 1323
M St H.HI 2020 F st. n.w ?0
2023 I st lOO 701 D St. ae 30 J
27 Iowa Circle 1UO 70115tb St., 2othcers...25
1906 Sunderland Pl. Ol.OO 703 15th St.. 2oIKce rs...25 .
1033 Massachusettsav..90 2 Fayette Terrace 20 '
FURNISHED. J
Kst-.n'rConn.ave.$333.33 15th st.,n'rR.Lav....$150 !
925 Farragut _30ii Vt. ave.. n'r Iowac..?150 .
N st., n'r \ t. ave -250 M St., n'r 18tb st ....150 M
st., n'r Thomas c 260 Iowa Circle 150
13th St., n'r Lst 225 Ct. av., ti'r Dupont C....150
F st., bet. 19thdt20th...225 Mass. av., n'r Scott C...125 ;
Mass.av.n'rThm'sc208.33 1 St., n'r 2t?th st ....125
Iowa Circle 106.00 N st.,bet.lOlb and 11.,125 15th
st.. near I.. 208.:15 JclTersou Place 115 I
16th st.,bet.I and K...-2UO K.I. ave..n'r 17thst 100
R.I.av.. nr. Conn. av_..20O N st..bet.l4tli and 15tK80
17th St., nr. Mass.av~...150, S st., bet. 12th<fel$th ...?60 "
M st. ,nr Thomas circle 150' I st, bet 18th <? 19th 50
Ptyl4 FITCH. FOX A BROWN. 1437 Pirn, ava j
For rent ob sale-those thbee hand- i
some nine and twelYe room Houses, numbered i
1413-1415 and 1417 17tb st n.w.
newton * bebbyman,
ap7-t,th.s,2m 810 F st
I^ok rent or sale-1716 n st: 12 rooms; i
every improvement; 1614 19th st. new; perfect
construction, plan and finish: for sale or reut low. ?
Apply 101019th st., or on premises. mys-lm j
FOR -RENT ? 710 K ST. N. W., STORE AND 1
Basement; very large; $60. S. H. WALKER,<130
lAiuisuuia nve. . ap27
PROPOSALS. ;
Proposals for marble , j
enuinkkk orfh e. Washixgton Montmicnt,
WAfiuisi.Tox, D. C , May 2bUi, 1865.
Sealed Proposals lor furnishing and delivering twenty-three
(.23 > nieces of rub?.cd "Alum" Marble lor the ?
Washington Monument iu this city, to ma tea tha marble
now in the structure, will be received at litis
office until twelve M., on june tenth. 18M0, I
and opened Immediately thereafter In presence of bidders.
Specifications, general inst roctioos to biddera, and
blank forms of proposal will be fUrntshed on appll- '
cutiuu to this office.
THOS. LINCOLN CASEY, ,
Col. Corps or Engineers, Kngiuaer In CUarga. '
my28,293Q Jul .8,9
\\talkek'8. 304 lOTH ST. H. W.-CARBONW
ised Moth Proof Paper, 8c. per yard: Whitewash
Brushuk cinmp: Charcoal, Pitch, fire Uay aadBrtok,
Litue. CanaaDla. Planar, te apM
? - ^?
FOR SALE?HOITSret ]
pwi sale - ;
A *'? lh* following propertv beloaglug J
to??? ofth? ? ?? J-rnt- Y A%vtV " J
??n.v.H?orj*i marbI* 'font butiding known ?<
uSS* aV* 5.he Metropolitan ]
^r,cJt 615 6th st n.w. ?
i-story brick dwelling, 02- Virginia are ?.w t
W.OOU v ,u*r.-' fW< of i ]
KTw.l w W1 "> and Wh and L, li?1 M Kin, u? 1 Immediately
opposite tvtf au<l Dumb institute. ' 1
>or Amber iuformati -n apply to J
?,.->? i~ JAMES Y. DAVW HON?. >
jayas-lm Ml iVniBjivwiin ave. ;
F^"L-T,,,R? ^>"Y BKU K HUl SK. S J
Ftth^m!V5X4* 1"1Pr"v>'??fHt*. located oi; r *l.,brt, j
t VTV w1' PrK>* ?8.'.*50. WES^XiTT A Wiu'l
(AJ.Y, 100, p*. ave u. w. f f
pORSAL^HUV.^1 HA\K HOUSES IX?- fiLSTii
ulEw^V*"" ?f th? ?*T at prices varnng 1
IH.s*'.?f thl^. ?tfh *D<1 to ?'i- J
"*"* etu>*r W cteh or un term* to ?uit pur- I
nT?s'-u jxo a I'HIXXHT i
1410 F ?. n.w.
FOR SAI.E?<"HKAP?5:f9 11th ST S \\ KIVK >
ner Unrw'wm or*"L00!? Hri, k *1. '**>. A1 o'.'m M
J ^. ??d H *tas.w.:six rooms; would
V'"*' place; P1**. #2.600. C. H. PA K- KKH.4\j,ai.d
Ksts. ?.? .
KA.P-TWOKInE ROt?M RR1< KSg
the LWtol R,^"n improvements. on B t n ?r '
? ?; lf* "^'dence or investment. Pri.-e i
*iid^at*^w. V?rjrea?y. C. H. PARKER^ 41*
1^' kouU^A ?l SS?EAP~^ F1NK BWDENCK ON
i
cc& tsssh ?sr?" jets-aow ?
cnaae. Half cash; balance ou time, or nil cash
my27-3t* *" 5, \R.K?R"
? 41% kud E #1*. *.w. J
I^OR SALE CHEAP?A MCE tllTI.K HI U K '
,oseml,?i-?nds?,j
I^S2?iStA NEAT MX Rl> )M BRICK Hot\K- f
i Improvements: fi.UtiU; small < *.,), ,liv: 1
Lrv temWnlh^ ftWuRM.sTEDT A BKAJV '
V"K#bALE-A8 AN* investment?A~HLAN K j
4 Of four new Hrick Houm-? I st > * ? ki7-.U r 4
?ix new small Brick Moumhi, 27tb A block of eurht nininlM
r"r'.'?? Krick Houmh. iiorthwesi hive ?>.iy 1
Konr' !^,/ J"r0?m Ju?t?.iupleUKl1K.?.tl,.4.s? J
-i7l hrn?ft t ^n0010 "outheaitt. Vlie (
brad^^sf^"^^ bwob1!usrisaa 1
1r^'(.SAI'K-A _VKRT neat. NEW &RIXIM *,
brlek Hou?e on ,th st. B. e. Latrobe rantre irim i
In two v?-ar?and Sl.tKtO In ihr?-?-v?>*r? ' i
pi>?T^sWoHM?TT:fil- Affil^Tws F ,t. 1
FouRl?h \ BRI,;K HOlsK, 5 K(X?MS. i
iouOily ^vm^T PTOy1V*nU ?M00; J
mv^-rtt SWORMSTEDT A BRADI.EY. ?
iuj _ i-*?i triSFmt.
"pOR SALE-A PEC I DEI) BARGAIN?A ?R( X ?M !
X House, northwest pr?? brick front. l*v window .
merited cellar; all modern Improvements: near two
line, pf or*: convent, nt to scb.K.ls and market, a
very **** JUUN F WAiJ. lf
A JI AiN, Ovu r 8l, mj'27-3t
Ir?OR bALE-HOUSES.
N. W. I w tn
l P5lI b h "V.! 615 ?"*>?L.b.V,
lii'j i rr $41,000 m. i..iHi> ... tl3r>00
1 ^.u. b.b.4n.J SllOst..b.b.,in.iT .
?a rl.""k l . ..30,000 17 rs 12.537 <
Sr " *"1*000 !
,1 !
! i ! ?' , J3 s,h st- b h - m.
..{ iJy." 1<,500 L.lTrs 11283 .
h h ^???oave" 1013 *-b. li? i
TOBr'i^h k " ?'?W m. L.lOra 11,000 1
I IS b" b" m k ^ 917 H bi:.'*
J 15.000 I.. 10 rs lO.'VSO
bookl*^m fcinL* ""i?11 portion of proiwrtV on'mv
1st and Uii, rJ. ..if f?,r bulletin iswnoil :
lat and loth. [my^6] THOfe. E. WA<H*AMAN
Ij^OB SALE? ^ I
SMALL HOUSES.
Payment received in monthly lnsuimenu.
JOHN SHERMAN ? CO..
my26-2w 027 F?t. .
l^n^iSH,rn^T^ J*'P'L BriLT AND HANDSOME
ir<u!l?hJ^i^? of alxtaen rooms, at a very low figure. ;
m^?. StJUUe- WM. P/YOUN . *
- m> 2,h3t 1303 F st. u. w, |
Fni^ N"KW THIRTEEN ROOM CORl :
ner House, near l>upont Circle, for |14.u?K).
mvoflot ^ ^ OL NO, |
mya6-3t 1303 FBt. n.w. \
AT A RAR(JAIX-A COTTAOKAT '
my^MMlt^11 Addreb* "<>?*'." Star office. ;
."H)B SALE- " ]
otSTVr^A\^? BFNT.v OWN THE norsE ?
i <in st, n.w *a\ ?ej, 4
1415 i7th st. n w zr:~ ,
~ house* corner of 9th and T sta' n'.'w. ^?, ii 5*otHi J
OtlO*No'rth't.'aro^In^ave"?""* RVe' and Wlh " j
6 housS^.r *7^JeTiV.Mve and R?:; ^3^M, <
i6hi&%re13th and v ",s" * 2-2JJJ
1008and lolO H st. n!e" each"!""""'"' V,T-u! I
it 2' ''??;' Md 173.1. loth gt. n.w., nu ii '.vuni 1
Store and Dwelling, cor. H and 1st st. s.e 2*Vni <
iSi? EX Ky,'iK- /8015U*rt ^".. !::;:::::S i
? ;22i j
25 houses fronting RestrvMloii NoL'T7, ^li".'l!26o J
!
s^.a'jlsss
Penn ave.. b. h. .50,000 4tb st. n.w.'. b.h.. .ii i 4 >h! |
lith ??j tTlF1' Iar-2*5tK) Hth st. n.w., m.i 8,m?o
ah tV^ oK11 8,tK?w^ c"*?- sl- m l- 11 r 5,5?>0 1
my;A?-?.th.a,2w O. E. DUFFY A CO. i
FSSnm hrfSr051? 2E THOHE EI.FXJANT l 1- '
ricks on A, between 2>\ anJ :id sts. s.e. All n
ml?-500. if ?' o?oe. a^?KIlR
m, WILSON, low r bl n.w. wyl'lAft i
!Pa.!d rvtur" i*,ST ,N W - TWELVK ROOMS 5
J and cylUr aU modern lniprovM,,,.,,,,; fuc,^ 0|K.n i
K,ill?ur inspection and terms caU aft.-r 4 p.m. ou J
premises. mv211m? ^
FOR SALE?OR EXCHANGE ? A SPLENDID I
l'*Ddtirt!!L?r antV'ne WH ure a iieau
...ui and hrst-clai? residence, with all modern im- 1
E^^ibl?in^.le*aBweomUUon ?nd to..i l>^tiIlli; J
larjfe stable in rear. Having purchased the DremU*? 1
eictiaT^^'r^Jy,feCreUXy1 ,,r- * offir f--r sale or ?
>t ? smaller property mv re?iiden<v, 1013M
u ?"!*/ . APl>'y at Central Natii>ual Bank, from W to i
8 or al W13 M ?t., aner 5:30 p. m.
m> 10-^m SAMUEL NORMENT. i
FlR?JiA.VE-TWO P-ANDSOME NEW KESfl 1
dences. 9 rooms each, 19 J1 and 192;$ g ri J t
t.reJh^hti + built in the most substantial manner- J
^^.tiasjsra^'tssapiisrsk
fe?.h^sf^rf!ssjs5,?ar%sr
??ks? i
IT^OB SALE-^ j
.. BUSINESS PROPERTY. t
imi Lpr.^ nl* R2? Dwelling, the southeast corner 0th c
?nd (J su. n.w. Une location lor restaurant rruccrv '
?r other business. Pri.-e $4.t?m? c^h "ir iinaiw-lvi, i
l>a> meiit and loug time at tf per c?-nt uit.n-st
mv?&? JOHN A. PKESI HIT,
up i^w 1410 F st. n w.
FOR SALE?LOTS. ;
CV5R SALE?IXJTS?I HAVE FOR kaLF IV 4 T- '
I tractive localities in tiie northwest, several large "t
frontages of Oroimd suiutile lor costly and m?di ini
Si ^t?rUr'^ Pr,ce of *round Vlirf? from 4t?c. to r
n.Vo?5L 0ot* JNO. A. PRJ-JSCUTT, I
2t"3t 1410 Fst. n.w.
pOR SALE-LOTS-I HAVE SEVFR VL V 41.T- ^
f ..lW'le comer lots in the northwest for suitable -?
e,lc<*or bu?lne*?. JNo. A. PKKbO ?TT d
m\ 2b-3t 141? F st . il w. ^
FSo..8^L,?7J-oth-mV STO('k OF BUILDING t
ft"rensonable prices is complete. I
LI w ill be to the advantage of purcnasers to aiiplv to
JNO. A. PHKx.tri'T,
my2S-3t 1410 F at. n. w.
|7HJR SALE?BUILDINO IX>T8 ON M ST.. NEAR r
Price 05 cent*. \VE->< oi ii r
p 19Q, Pa. ave. n.w. iuj-:u J
L^OR SALE?I/JTS-RHODE ISLAND ~ A VK V
near 15th. $1.50; New llumpshire ave . n? ar \i'
M; New Hampshire ave.. near b ou .: ?.e. corner ;id
A?.e. OOc.: R. near 10th n.w., 05c.: fYench. near
A n e A. n^r 3^1 s.e.. OOu:
Mas?wchusetts ave.. near 7th n.e., 4oc.: 5th near II
if t,.'f3* :. Colombia Heights, 15c.; Mt. Pleasaut. 5.
|x,/-*r;J 14c.: and other bargains. R. H T I.KI1331
> at. n.w. my27-3t f
PORSALE-A CHOICE CORNER LOT, NEAR J
Scott Circle, at Reduced price.
fnfKl.lt WM" P" YOUNQ,
J0?2?"3} 1303 F st. n.w.
17HJR SALE-TWO IX)TS ON lflTH ST NEAR
* Scott Circle, each 22i? feet front.
mv2rt_.1t P. YOUNG, =.
m\-28-3t 13Q3 F st. n.w. '
For building lot 25.5 feet
P^''t bj 1^1'^n H st. 11. w-., between 2uth and
'my2fr6t Llratx,MB, trustee, 301 44 sl
my20-w.tb.s2w ? ^
Fi'.R BI AN UKUiHIIS- DESI RAi
k^11' *1 ow.e!<^ toveattnent prices, on long time
iSihp1^ lot*Uot* RABKtR a IO\V.\>
l<IWfst- myls-lni
.. BU8DTESS~CHANPKs"
F^R SALE-GOOD-WILC FIXTURES. LEAKE
-Tn!L 'uiJSi 2?*' ?S. * Hho*" Store doing a good
<uaines?. Hmiod ft>r selling failing health. .
mv4w.iw B. O. HOLlZMAN, (
myg8-lw lutb aud F sto. n.w. 5
VJ" OTICE TO DCKTXJKH-A DOCTOR IN SI'Ec IAL
^ VructR* 'e<ablished over 15 years! with an A
ir??^rlh?V*T ?>'*?*> **T rw, Wishes * retire
S ntre chance for a doctor with a small caiiital ViiParticulars,
k. W, WILLIAMS, ^'asliin cton i _
- "v my^s-:lt? ^
W&SZSPZ**** WITH FROM *1,000 TO ^
'itUlrnm ^Lrii *^tiH ^vestigation solicit.<L
ill,r? *KAAK. Star office. myv7-:tt?
For salb-restaurant on tth st n w
4" lti?- dt-v; ?lolni; an activeaod
ji otl table busiiiesa. Terms cash. For uartictiiura
*"B. DCKFY 4CX).,t)ui Tth st n.w. niyvftMit
K^OB SALE?< HEAP?THE LYCKTT BINIlKKV
mJ?iSSall,,h?d 10 Address H.W.McNEAL,
mjr?4It 1012 Pa.ave. n?w.
P>R8 ALE-OUTF IT rOB SMALL b PAGE
weaklyL complete except pre* and composing
,0>LV. THE WHOLE- 1
^1 v"!a?T^ e Liquor Mora, 173^ Penn- J
oh* kuppert, t
HGS. 408 AND 405 TTH BT K. W.
,.,,, HEAOyUARTERS FOR THE 1
HITNEY CHILDREN'S' CARRIAGE COMPANY
ALSO A FULL LINE OF
BOLLEB SKATES.
m i
TRAVELING AND LUNCH BASKETS, ?
ALL MtML AlMO A 1
VABZETY OV UAm* MMi* DISPLAYED
MilS I
X
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS { a
L'MJR iuLit?A <M?in KlItFTINO-T??P FAMILY "
P Carriage. In rood rendition: w til sell cheat. kt
lie want of ri?om A |>|' 1 > at S24> 7th at. n.w. It
nok >alk-onf site in a i ot in at?rmk
I r-vftknk Mtli Cemetery Apply to 9to L
t. B.W., Mwwu tbe bourn of 4 kuJ 7 p.m. It*
t^H)K SAU: A"VOl .NH MAKE. CHEAP H >R
1 ca?h. (Vui he Mn at 424 T?li at. *. w. ft?
h^OR SALE-SKVKKAI, VOIfMKH OK C*?PHi
1-and iwiiit; ale > two p?in> nc*spa|>or . iimih
tddriwcHANI'X s?r oftiv ni) '/H'2t
tj^OR SALE "MU K WHITI 7 'AX Al?1 AN Pi?N\ .
13 hands high: wund: AvMitokl: anv
lady can drtx* It: ami sidebar Da>tou Wagon. n??r y
lew. and Harn?M. Mini ae'.l ??> l<?tr ih<- ntv Hoara
rona h to IO liu. and 4 to 7 p.m. 123 l"a. tvr. u *.
rnyW-At*
P< ?R H&LE-m COUNTRY UdiWHL AP*LT
I to W. r. Mi FA BLAND, S2N9 M at. ?>>l \A ,,|,
1'*,on my*7-itl*
L"?<?U SAI.F KM! liTALI/ Xm :i *\D4 !!OU
I LIN'S Market: 11,13, It* and 24?, Richmond \iar?
set: 1H and Rel Air Mnrk*t. All these ?tall4aie
loing a paying business and'* III he sold ou reasot able
? S. Bond at., Baltimore. Md. my. "i-.it 4
1^* VK A I.**:? A BROWN HORSK, 7 V K A RH 4
*lu<1 *?<l|?itta; a lady nan drive him; w I wo-k la
ill barot?M ran beeevu aiKKU>4?> s i.,.ery
?tal?l.- 14th tt. nw. f7-9k? '
L"K>K HALF, lrt 1IKAP OF YofNv? HORRRR
I stuiAii.e for dnufbt or ctrriacn i?nrn?*?-? mi*.>
12 lar(ci,nih|j tuulca. Ihihin'iial iWhX b W.
ray2,-2w-? HUGH gl'UiLRV.
C*ORSALK-AG4X1PPH.F.Tt>N. WITH PICKFY,
. Mower and new t.ardeu l|,w. fH \t>ly
at W HluUrs Res:aurant, SOI 13th at a*.
my*T-2t
ll*,R WIJE-ONLY IJOO A NKAT LTfTLK f AT~
I tng House, sn* k and fixture Rent only * !.*,
nature on prem -?. 133 Pennsylvania a*. . r f
llloM A> A >1II< liELL, Real Kftlate Br.ike- w:;*
^ st.. Rooms iV and tt. tny ^T rt?
)R SAI y BY A TARTT I I ' A V1 \.. HK
<4ty, gentle Prlvlng Horae. Buggv an.1 lien.*-- t:t
n splendid oondltlou, for fl&o. Ad.lre-s lb * 1.4;.
>l*r oflit*. M
L^'R SALE?A BKAlTll l'L THAKIXIN I\>NV, '
I five \Hifti old. w arranto! ?outi<1 and ?i*nt a
Irvss H. S f.. Mtar If not sold will bt fl. *?1 a
I bo*. Itowii tifc'H on Friday. my25-41 I
hl*OK SA1.K- KENTIH KV HoltSHB iJlfcT At.
rlvwl; the flmst lot of Horw. b? ii n^ii lor y *arst ?
t)nwHtin? of |mlr? otin'h Htuxt*. drlx^nt, an?l U li??.
md gcutli>niwi'? irultM. (uuldl>* and (mi k. H..r>~^ > an ? ?
? stvii at HART's Hlablr*, Noiithw <?t cnrm?r I m<i aii l
.tfriiian *ts Baltimore, MO. luquir* for MAX OP'KNHKIM
VK. mjrj|5-l?r?
I^ORHALJi-AT MY STAH1.K, IlW7 31^1 Ht'
Meat \V a><hlti(rton. flv?- Hnrw?. h. a\ v draft viuiij
i"<1 ooflnd Alan, four draft tliule-. 1-t'w |> I 1
IN h .proprlotor. myXt-im*
^SA RA Rhft-Ha N ? K~T> 1 rit< ?t'l'| I v
I bu: bai^Kin. An n?*itrlv ii<>? li?*?
vo<?d caw fSqiiare Piano, IihiiUs 'HipIv flnislivd. ririiiy
ktid hoa&vily rnrv^d l?'pi and lyrt?; m'I tbc l***t tnoJ* rn
morov^iuenu; wrv hut- t??ii?\ In uip onf oi In- t
)mk^, for onlv fl75 tiH'I'idliitt iia4i<:?. mi finl o ivtr
md plush stool. Torma flu jx-r mo., or $75 caab aud
Is' P**1, to tsood i?iri\ Apply at m*..
PIANO EXCHANGK
nl>'2:? 422 9th strret.
r^OR RAI.I 1:HI.O<h? 11 A N wM A I I 11K K ,
Brown stone V Ludow Paps and suit, wvnml han4
>n aouihw^t oorn.-r v<?th and F at a. tuv AppH tu
t'r. L. M. TAYLajk. 7*h M at. 11.w. uiy.'; 1?'
I^UR SALK. .'.2 1 N< II sTANPARlPiiOU MBI %
1 Bicycle. In perfect order. Addo-as J. 1< M , ^ ar
my22-?lt?
l^ORHALE?BY A 1'ARl'Y I I AVriH 1XUVN \
L niaitiilhof-nt I nright Plauo. 7S ?wta\ -s. Oliver an I
Stoolluclnded. 1 tils is a llrst-clasa lusti umrnt. and
a lll b>* aold at a aacrihor to an liumrdlalv iiurch>?>#r
iJan la* 8?-en at 4??4 2d at n.w . niyvi- n
EjVIRSAI.K?U<?Y\1 SA i.Vt'i YKI' Y '"IF: f.V .MInch
Racer l!lcvcle;?;4 Yal. .*?M?; 32 Harvard. ?.asl
i-s new. v.m t; 50-luch Un|i|k i MKi. 52-liich bbadow
N ickeled. $t>5.
niyl? PTAR PARK. HOW New York ava.
I^OR SALE?TH K SI1 >1 K ANP FIXTI'KKN OP
a ^rrooerv and liquor store, knoa 11 h* the "Kour
MIleHwuw, 'on the KIsdenstiurK road. opp>slt> tiia
reform school, about 2U, miles from the t?o in<jtrvMtnated
on one of the lietit run.Is leading from the otv!
Apply on the premises. mjrl5 2a*'
tX>R SALK?A BARI. VI\. Sl-T VERY FANCY
Wagon. Team or Kxprewi Harness n.iule to older
[Y.rf8A, will sell for mu. b l**as Alao n<-t ImiM.rted
KnKliaht ah Hurnesa. UKX'KKR s, Ki4o Peuh. ave
mjrliWm
For sale-one tit, <h ta vk^iaki pi avi"
overatrung haax: icuarunliHsl for aix veara. (ih:., on
sasy uaymenta. one triple stninu lYrWht. aliMt,
lll<X> ? uRt'II A 00.. vzTi 7lh tt, aolt* aventa for
Sobmer l'iauos. UlN ltf ^a*
ISoR HALF;-THE REAVTIFri. AND NdX-Kp
- plosive Mattori Ele? tric toll) Lmii|w. VI . an.lie '
wwer. Never break or amoke cliiiimeva. I'rit^i '
very low. Agenta a anted everywhere. t*?4 Pa a\e.
aplH-'Jm w
HALE?carriaukm 1 s. jtmkkks), cali^ "
riacea. ?>21, ?22, ?23 ?i at. n w "1 to the tinim." A
Kleiraut new < arrut?.*.of faahlonat.le atv leean.1 Mulsh. A
horouKbly reliable work, and warrant?s|, consif4lni(
>t Brewster and Wlndaor TopiBiitt^ies, fr..m 2HI lba.
ij>. at M KKKS"; 41 diflerent at\ lea <>l l'liaeton 4, at ^
M KKKH'; 4 ilif1'er?-nt alvlea of t'anonhsi. at M El- Kh ;
lillfTerent sty lea of Kktensloiis.at Mil ks; Sthff. rat.t
?tyle? of tsurreya, at MKKh's ; H diflerent at\ U* of
I'avton WntHiis. at MKKKS*; 3 diflerent ?tV l<? ,.f
Automatic Jump-Neat Top BuKKtea; "Tbea?- are tb?
Boaa." Np?-'ialties iu all kinds Road and Villa*.- < 'art*
><> second band t atria?e~. at MLI hs Allalnlsof J
llarneaa Wbi|m. l-ap Holtes. Ac. Beat f 222M? H ikti' 1
llarneaa iu the country. Ib'pairliiK and painting > fa 1
(tndsw ill l?e promptly attended to. Customers will
eceive polite attention. Best of price* and ao-oti.molatiutc
terms, at M KtKS'. mvH-1 m
Ij^OR HALL?sl'X DIAL CJA^tXmKIN'i H1W&1
Summer cooking with half tbe coat and none vl
lie trouble of coal f1r?>a. < I|h>ii roasters andpe-fw't
'liking ovens, ua* hot water generators to supply hot
ixater In pi|>es ami a\ old any use of rang.- iu auminer.
\Keut?R. U. CAMl'UKLL, i'lumlier, &17 loti at.
'*' myt?: :m
I^olt SALE?LAWN (iRASS M.KP, I>AWN*
Mowers, \ hj?h. Koutitaina, Hustle Basket*. For
mle by K. 1.. M< a iRK, 3147 M at. ta.w. lVnnsvlvama
kven ue cars |?ass t he door. m>;2-1 ui
I^OR SALE-TWt'l MA<i.XIFI?'l NT ~ TRD'LK
. strung Vpright. good an new. and three fine Nq iare
I'tatioa, at a crwit sacrlflrt', for.-ash, or 011 easv tei-nia.
UO. I- WILL) <fc BROS', piano ware rooms, "7t?M 7th
it. n.w. ^ a|.2.%-ti<a*
17?OR HAI.E?FX<mfip.Kbi As; THE AMIIrT
can ( Appletori s 1. All tbe volumes delivered by
'laying the price of one volume monthly A.l.treas
?ox My, star oflice. aplM-2Bi
130R SA LK ? 2*7 N'EW _I?A YT?"?V~WA<i(>XX
cheapest in the city. We build to order 3 spring
A'ations, and all classes of work 011 monthly pav.
neiits. Pi .AItCE <k MEIITZ, 1.14H High -t . \\ .?t
A ii.shingtou. biloMittw*
I^OR SALK?LAKOK ASs<IRTMFN I OFsp|t N-l
and Summer Carriages, new and aeeond-l and
'ha'tons, Surreys, Kxten-ion Tops. M.s aull a u >a\oti
> J ump-Seats. and the latest st\ lea out. J< >11 > Sil.
i Ol Nt.. 318 ttlh at. ap? 1 : n 1
tJ^tJR SAI.K ?I.ARUI. sT? M'K OF NI W SF'ONPliaud
tarriajjes. Rugiries and Phaetons. 2:, new
' ayton Wagons of niy ow n make. 3 sires, at a reduced
rice: 2U new Racine spring Whituiis. 4 sizes, i am
he aoie agent for them for the Piatricu It will pay
ou to give me a call. All of this work at reduced
>rices. and sold on time to suit purchasers
Factory, 1230 l'roa|?st avt.
Reiioailory, 1234 32d at.
i.th2S3m J AS. K. PRORFY.
I7?OR SALE?SEVERAL BMtiNDHAM) LAS.
dauli'ttes. Cou^ieh'tts. 4 *ou|m- l:.? ka?n> ?. 4'oujw?% .
troiighams and Victorias, new and woml lian.1 |L? i
ons, i'.xlensloii-tops and BugKtes oilier new and sec
ind-haiid carrlati*. IteiMilrme promptlv a!ten.le<l U).
<t?BT 11. ?. it All AM, Repository ana Vaclor> . 41iiMittB-g*.
d2V ?
PE RSON A L.
VLAPY OF REFINEMENT. 24 YEARS or
age, in neeil of asaistanoe. would like the ao^ualnt.nce
of a gentleman who would be willing t<. a< 1st
ler pecuniaril)'. Address NONAll. Star ..rti.a, lt?
I1TANTKD-TIIK P.O. AIMiRFSSOF WI1.1.1AM
11. Sbreeve and William H. l^ishv, formerly
iolice otli.-ers of the Pi>iriet of 4'oluiiibia e. ?.
RKI-S'Y, Attoru?*j--at-Law, 33 Corcoran Build.ng.
mv2K-e4j3t*
kg ISiS ASM y: F K EN PI* I. ~ ~
,>I Miignetk' Il.-uler, 4 iairvoy&nt and B.i<ltn,ss Memm.
No. 231 13th St. fc.w., iuy2H-2\>*
WcPKVUTS PFTI-iTIVFr AOEN4"Y ?Nsaltation
Fre?" and Confld. uttal. 1'roinpt at teniou
and reliable service. J A M Ks A. M. PE\'ITT.
lanager, S4?f? IViinst Ivania live uibltKtiil*
BOOKS, Ac.
1111K REVISED VERsfii> OF THE BIBLt, in
various sizes and sty les ot binding.
Companion to the Hevne-d old I esianient, by TaJMB
V. < hamfwr*.
Family and Teachers' Biblea at all prictia
Depository of the Bible Society.
At the Bookstore of
W1L BALLAN i vnk* botirflt
m 42s 7th atrasi.
L HE J"{EVISFD \ ERSION
OK THE HOLY BIBLE.
In different sizes of type and in varied bindings.
Also, the Parallel Edition.
C.C. I'URsELL, RrwiVaellw,
"?y2S 41H mil street,
II7-ASHINOTOX CIRCT"LATINO LIBRARY.
T f June p. r)<sii.-als New Books.
Vain Foreboding*. Mrs Wester.
Marsh Ishind. JewetU Trajan.
Duchess Emilia. Rusula I niter TlieTzam.
111 y22 O. T WAHHBLKN A OU..MU7 14th sC A
I cut Out, k
THE NEW WORK BY 1
MESSRS. HUT4TIINS A MOOR^ \ J
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
HANDSOMELY ILLUSTRATED.
For sale by
<?. A. WHTTAKER.
myl9 HO."> Pennsylvania avsoag
^IRCULATINO LIBRARY.
'KW ROOKS AND REsT PI'RIODICALB 80)9
AS ISSI'ED.
.Lao apecial attractions aud bArgaitia In stationary.
Mrs. LUCY L. H t'NTKK
my2-eo 1749 Peunsylxanla Aveuwi
\ EW J ^OOKS
Military History of Oeneral 4irant Wailsaa ,1
14fe and Letters of T. Appieton. llala.
Literary l^tud^iarks of lA>nd<m. HuUon. '
One of the Duaiies. Hamilton
fly Bod* and Fly Tackle. v? ells.
Home NttMlles In Nature. Treat
Mind Reading and BrvoiriL Hovey.
Oats or Wild oau.-Buck ley Sam'l Adimi-AnMt
ltu-sla Under Uie 'Jiur.. SUpiiiak.
Tenants ot au Old > arm. Cook.
Greek Statesmen. Cox.
Dvteuae tA Edgar A. h* Moran.
The 1 Aua of ( iiriat. h. H. l.U^sv, D. D.
I*rogressive Euciire with i-avors.
yr* ^A'M H. MOHP.IHOX.475 Pennsylvania avw.
[{lank I 5 O O K H
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COMMERCIAL STATIONERY.
O SmS? ?T**"'* " K,D<to RLAWK BOOKS
CARDS AND WEDD1NO LXURAVISIU ItQHM ft _
N AN ARTISTIC MANNED ^ ^
.. JOHN C PARKER. *
P11 017 and?lg 7th t.
1"?he cklluloid trumft, ~
llu^ mw wean o?. atWM
Jean, and van be worn wLUe bathin*
Is Kir saleat lUAK FISHERY,
Mrs. FISHKB BnBs STt2Ssate
t*ai rttna ?-w '^|a
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