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local mention.
Thf WfnliMT.
Ornc* or the Chief ?io\ai. officer
washington.D. c., Juno is. 1885.11 a.m.
for the middle Atlantic stales. fair weather,
stationary. followed by sliithi rise in temperatore,
variable wind*.
For Friday, fair, slightly warmer weather is
indicated for the middle Atlantic states.
wrnivvw shakes in every variety, ready
made and made to order. w. h. mows) tk sou,
Corner 11th and f streets northwest.
For mocstais axd Sea.sidf..?Yonr fine
Shoes will soon l>e a wreck. Before leaving supply
yourself and little ones with Hahn's serviceable
low-prie? d shoes. we have anything
In the way of leather shoes and canvas shoes
tor men. women and children, and don't you
forget that we sell only goods with solid leather
soles. 810 7th street and 1922 Pennsylvania
venue. _
Attend Rainbow's picnic tonight at Guethler'a.
Electric Wokk, burglar alarm.
j. 11. k0ehli56,
410 12th street northwest.
iu.ack and White shade Hats. 25 cents,
t Whiting's, 924 Pennsylvania avenue.
Attention-, Ladies and Gknts Leaving i
Town.?Having enlarged and added numerous ,
facilities to my dry cleaning establishment, i
am enabled to do work upon the shortest u<>tiw.
orders, by mail or express promptly attended
to. a. Fischer, 9w5g street northwest
mackinaw Hats are again the style. Franc's
si, 81.2o. and $1.-15 are not to he surpassed?
corner 7th and i>. The only strictly one price
bat and gent's furnishing store in this city.
Genti.fmf.n. you wili save fully 25 percent
by purchasing your low shoes at z. St rash surfer's,
,n?. jkw? 7th street, four d?*?rs above i
street. We will mention a few prices:
42 pairs Strap and Ties, at is
16 pairs Cloth Top-Kuttoned, at 81.88,
27 pairs French Call, with rubber sides, at
9*2.18. i
si pairs French Calf. Imitation buttons,$2.89.
Lightning Bona practically nut up.
J. 11. KLilIILING. |
aloha
The new perfume?ee beautiful story book at
drag (torn fine. Eastman's Aloha Perfume. j
Special Bargains in walnut chamber suites, j
iltlelxanls wardrolies, plu.sli and hair-cloth 1
parlor >uit?-s, mo?-ijuit<? cauoples. l<>ose covers, j 1
wir- screens, bahy carriages, rel/igeraiors, lawn chairs.
Also. 400 pit ees while and laucy mattings,
all grades, at redue d prices. '
w ash. 11. wii.lia*?, !
"17 and 319 7th st. n.w. ,
The Oni.y 1trfe<t Vapor Stove made. a.
Eberly jt Sons, 71-s Tth street northwest.
if Vor want Iiowllng and shooting go to
Guethler's to-niuht.
Lightning Bod Orders by postal.
j. h. kl ehling. <
Iktiiktal Eyks; Hempler's, 1'a.ave. near 4^
c1ty and district.
Aminrawnh 'i'n-uieht.
Albatgii's upkka House.?"The Pirates of ,
Penzance."
Tueatkk CoMiaCE.?Variety. (
Condensed j,ocnl<. i
Street lanv,-swill be lighted at 9:00 p.m., r.nl 1
extinguished at 2:."5i> a.m.
At the forty-eigh;h annual commencement-of j
the li dtlmo.-e Acad in> oftlie Visitation, yesterday.
ltev. 1*. l. Cliapelle, li. 1*.. of this citv. 1
acted as president, and Pre-id-nt Doonan, of 1
Ge<>rgetown College, made an address.
Mr. >id m. l?avis, of Farrairut Post, No. 10, '!
g. a. It., has addressed a circular letter to the '
officers and delegates of the natioMl enoudp 1
?w?t, which null at portland. me., next Toes- !
day. submitting a proposition lor tin* apjin>val ^
<>f toe national encampment that the united *
States establish and maintain homes for needy '
ex-eon federates whose wounds were received '
at the hands of federal troops. Mrs.
Angelina Simpson, who died last Tuesday,
was one of the oldest natives of Washington.
having been born here June 12th, 1797. t
She was the daughter of Cant. Peter Lenox, one ?
of the orig; ual settlers of Washington, a sister ?
Of the late ex-Mayor Walter Lenox.
\n hile Adolph Mariy.no, an employe at the i
Providence hospital, was fixingsoihe ropes on '
tlie flagpole on the top of that building, last ?
even ng. the |?ole broke, and Marizno fell a dis- (
tunceoi r-vent.v-flve feet to the roof. He was 1
seriously, injured. The services of the mem- 1
bers ot truck a were required to lower him 1
lrom the roof. (
Edward Brooks. an attendant at the shooting !"
gallery, at the Marshall hou>e, whs accidentally *
shot iu the forearm by a gentleman who was 1
tarvet shooting. Brooks was sent to the Emer- 1
gency hospital, when; his wound was dressed ?
Mr. Samuel a. ii. Marks is ill at his resi- :
dence, on u street southeast, between tith and 1
7th streets.
Sarah Johnson, an old colored woman from ?
v irginia. yesterday had a basket of cherries i
stolen from her wagon at the market house. >
a small colored boy named John Shields was l
found eating the cherries, and Judge Snell to- j
uav fined him 85. or 15 davs in jail
The venerable mother of Mr. a. k.Browne, of
this city, died recently in New York at the advanced
asre of >2 years. Mrs. Browne was
^*li known in this city, and spoke of her visit
here last < 'hristinas as her farewell one. 1
Otto Fisher was fined ?5 hv Judge Snell to- <
day for throwing water in lUchard Horsey's i
face,? e._>ause the latter was ringing an auction j
tell in fn ht of his bouse. '
John Mary man, of Past Washington, was '
fined 810 by Judge Snell to-dav for beatiu" his i
"Wile.
John o. Gnethler paid the District s20 to-day
lor selling liquor on Sunday, and John siade 1
paid the same amount lor carrying concealed
Weapons. ,
Suits havr? been entered by m. f. Eiseman '
ajrainst a. Saks. h Frank and j. t. Arms, for 1
tie- amount 01 the bond jjlven bv i
ti.? iii in the replevin case under which his <
go.-.is were hml
Maj. John m. Burke, l>etter known as Arizona j
Jaex, is at the National hotel. He is the genius *
wa ? sue -ce ied in bringing with him the">ioux <
c.nef, fitting Bull, and ids entire staff. The j
major wu.> lo.m rly a resident of Washington. ..
m.:s. \ on fjarkn s Goij> Pin.?About noo'i
l'm 1l> i;i detective office at policehead'
:" ' ' ,ll!-:l colored attorney, was ^
ao <.st. d l>y Mrs. Kudolph von Biren, wife of '
* ard rag house beat, who asked the
lawyer lor her gold pin, which she said he had :
gotten horn her. utier coming to her several :
toil' - while <he was -ittii;^ in the Police Court, >
1,1 asking l,<-r to empl?.y nim as her husband's '
e. nnsej ?\\ ..u, , won't give it to you, and v.?u caii
t tjet it. answered the lawyer. Mr. w. h s
rerjumi, who accompaaled Mrs. VoaBaren. 1
s- .?.e i.pa-id eii irged the iawyer with shained,!.v
treating p ,r women in the Police Court. c
? i on re a liar n you sav so, ' retorted Wall. '
\es you did. s|-?fce up Mrs. von liaren. "Give <
\?, a? . .vou the pin," said 1
Mr \\ a.,. 1 *ur:iig the disea .-.ion the partiei- v
Li." ; '' tv11'* ~What exeit-d. until order '
calied by the lieutenant in charge. ^
I'-vsk r:\lt. ^ f.steiiday.?The Nationals sue- *,
e. eded in captui-ii.2 another brilliant came ,
fr - ii the \ irginia e..;!, at lhehrnond yesterday ]
1 he score was ? to 1. Tue>.hiy s gunie thev won *
by heavy hittm.% and yesterday's by perfect ;
fielding, inner games: At Baltimore?Balti- '
in e i.. l>juisville,:{. At i'hlcago?chicago s- (
io"";' ' At Newark-N -warK. 11; TrenUml
lo. al row Toek?CtaeHmatl, jCetmpoil! 1
tail. 2^ At Bos ou t morning gante ? Philadel1
h . . >; iiosi in. ;5. At liostou lattermiou gamei
?*>' York. ill; Iioston, o. At St. i^nil s?
l-iuis. 7; lietroit. 1. At Provideuce? Providence,
lo; Philadelphia, 1. s
An Evening with the Newsboys and <
l.oor-isi. \? Ks.-a meeting lor the newsboys and j
bootblacks was held iu the National Uillcs
armory last evening under the auspi. es or the
vsih?vs Aid Society. a number of ohilanthn.p.e
dlneHattended. The prestdenlthe
ocieiy ma t. a practieal address t., hi 1?.,\<
xh irilm; them to be trutliiuiand hon?wt and'
do avoid the ^h>ol rooms aad saloons. Jud"e
McArmur also made a short ad lnss advisiii" <
trie ooys to work heartily withthe ladies in car- i
lying out the plans ..roposcd for their improve- Bient.
He sa.d the !ad,e. proj-^ d to provide
ning schools tor theiu when- thev would l.e j
taught the industries and trades." Selec'ci
readin-s and >in.'tng. in v.iu h the boy* Joined i
completed the program. ,
Makriage Licenses. -Marriage licenses have i
;rv5u b> liu' "f tin- eon " to
Krownand Carre- ii .11 v; s. a. c.mof
>.",s i h ;:e)i, va- 1 k;. a-rioe White, t
i>; e* ^ . U i>.: r.uijuiu r Turner and M try j
lark^: ]h%n; 1 l^uuiiiu r ;i:m1 Mary Aiir. st w. art;
A!!re<l /iinnierinan a?;d lUrbara Kueb. ih
pi^to^?rt' mu ; j^h ^ k?vu
a peddi.fk of pnlaufi.ed olfom\r \ >
kine akkfsri.d.-Th;s morning a e, ,or,', , 1
ealiel at the r. >id -nee of Col. s-a.t ? i;t
?fr.x?'? ^iuh a ,,s--k' t ot butterine r'.lls', and !
?av ?i^ as rn >h iihiiitry butter, j
sav.n,, that hi h?l j-ist come from >andv
Springs, Md., where the butter was churucd i
and said be would like to seit the colonel hall oi
it, as Judge Snei: ha<l engaged th other a
c -1. Js;.it i'.-t i his d-ait.Ts as to the g. uuiuene.'s 1
Olthe article o.Teivd. and he ^tn^d u, '
p->hce headquarters ,;,r ;vn oci.vr. Detective
Cox. who happened to be on early Uutv, re^?md<d
to the cad and t.?>u the dealer to
police headquarters, where he gave hi., name as
John 1. l.ee, and said he lormvrly li\e<l in
Georgetown. At first he chtim^u tlnit the ariivi
,xv,r >;enu1'ih'- hmu afterwards admitted
th k it was huttorine. lee was taken to th.fj1"',
wu''? hl* vva" charged with selllng
unlabeled o.e.iiuargariue, a.. J the cast- wa.>
mft for trial tomorrow. ^
Robberies Kkpoktkd.?Thos, Johnson 4"o
Clh street northwest, reports stolen from his
house a pair ot ska:es worth is*. JamesSv.e ney
Ulli 2d >tn-ej northeast, ienort-i t!n> losaoi
a silver watch worth sl-v Bernani ilcLsins:.'
} urj, hul f'revt kioiia'ast, reports ?u>len
%s2..?0 and ten cigars.
-v,i*.akv sf;-v Lion.?The family of sea lions
at Athletic jstrk was increased "yesterday bv
the arrival of a baby sou lion, the lir.st "ever
b?rn, Capt. c. a. Eastman says, on the Atlantic
Mother and child are d?nng Well. The
iniant is ab??ut two feet long and has a wellproportioned
body. Capt. Eastman expects
another event of a similar nature in a few day?.
To-*obrow, Friday, Is red ticket dav at
eauni s. All goods marked such are sold'at a
ttcrUlce.
ST. TIM CELT'S SCHOOL.
The Annii.il Di?tributton of Premiaat
to-day at Hntonie Temple.
Thcaunftl distribution of premiums to the
pupll-^of St. Vlnceut's school took place this
niorn!Hi>ut Masonic Temple. There was a large
attendance. Tiie exercises were short and in
excellent t;uste. The music was very fine and
admirably rendered. Miss Florence Davies deli
ghtcd the audience with her bird-like warbling,
and the choruses were well sustained, particularly
those by the orphans. The display In
the painting, embroidery and sewing departmoi!L<
was very good, and much talent and taste
was evidenced. Among the notable specimens
of art exhibited were: "Winter Sports" and
:t wo ebonized panels," by Miss Bird; "Scene on
Potomac." Miss Marshall; "November Evening."
Miss Guista; "Snow Scene," Miss Ferry:
-st. John," Miss Burnette: "Boating Scene,'
M is* Magruder: "Mama's Darling," Afiss pa vies,
and "Marine View," Miss Kelly. Porcelain
pi acq lie* and panels from the same fair bands,
and handsome chairs, scree 113, ottomans, veils,
stoles, carriage rol?es, cushions and many other
articles attested their dexterity in the use of the
needle.
The following promotions were made: To first
class. second division?Misses Daly, Thornton
and Keiy. First class, third division?Misses
LMoney, Guista, Kirby and Quinn. Second
class, second division?Misses Meade, Scanlan,
D.1 vies, Mangan and Gawnan. Third class,
second division?Misses Musauti, McGolrlck,
Dove. Becker, Mankln.Stewart'. Anna Barry and
Grace Miller. Fourth class?Misses Sehultz,
Br.ioks, Mabel Dell, Annie Daly, Borbeck, Hannan,
Alvey, C ivagnaro, Johnson and Brnzzolara.
Fifth class?.Misses Winchester, Weeks,
Harlow, Bcckerand A damson.
The graduates were Maggie Guista, Mollle
Kellv, Florence Da vies, Evelyn Marshall,
Emma Magruder, Edith Brunette and Mary
Ferry.
CWD SCHOLARS REWARPEP.
Premiums were awarded as follows: Misses
Maggie Guista, Florence Da vies, Emma Magruder,
Edith Brunette, Mollie Kellie, Evelyn
Marshall and Mary Ferry.
Premiums in English course.?First class?
First premium of excellence, Miss Ella Daly;
second premium, Misses Mary Thornton, Lizzie
Kelly and Maggie McGiltou. Second class?
First premium, Misses Sallie Coouey, Katie
Kirhv and Alice Guista; second to Misses Ella
IJuiun, Ella Vandoreh and Bessie Harvey.
I'liird class?First to Misses Rose Meade, Nannie
Scanlan. Clara Da vies and Allcc Mangan;
second to Misses Lizzie Gannon, Nora McKniirht
and Nellie MeKnlght. Fourth class?
First premium of excellence, Misses Mary Mu?antl,
Teresa McGolrick and Mary Dove;
second to Misses Heien Becker, Sarah
Mankin, Ada Stewart. Anna Barry, Grace Miller,
Mary Crown and Mary Walsh. Section of
pl'iss first to Misses Mollie Madigan, Eloise
Trine, Edith Coouey and Virgie Newton; second
to Misses Annie Kirby, Annie Foley, lJz^ie
Lynn and Mary Gannan; fifth class, first to
Mioses Mary Sehultz. Blanche Brooks and Loretto
Hannan; secontl. Miss Florence Johnson;
third, i/ouise Bruzzoiara and Lida Cavagnaro.
v-ction of class first to Misses Junie Dell, Lillie
Mu-nnti. Katie Moriarity, Mary Sbean, Barbara
sinter. Mary Carr, Mary Bruzzolara, Alice Hall,
Mary Daly, Katie Foley and Mary O'Dev; secmid
to Misses Carrie Hickey, Katie Harvey,
Nellie Humphreys, Gertrude Holtnian, Ida
Hurley. Ada Cavagnaro, Cecelia Fitzpatriek,
Nora Nicholson and Leontine Burrus: sixth
L-la^s. first to Misses Julia Weeks, Mary Harlow.
Katie Holmes. Fannie Winchester, Nellie
I'allahan, ltegina Becker, Gertrude Adamson
md ly/zie Newmyer. Section of class first
to Misses Mary Rothrock, Corinnc O'Connor.
Mary Hartnett, Annie Martin, Katie
Militancy, Josephine Gloetzner, Bessie
Hurbridge, Winnie Foley, Maggie Skelly and
l'eresa sauter; second, to Misses Agnes JohnJeii,
Isabel Johnson, Komaiue I avan, Katie
Howling, Mary Colbert, Nellie Forester, Mary
Karquar, Lucy Crabtree, Josie Shean. Helen
shean, Blanche Vandoren, Maggie Craig, Mary
Zeiger and Maggie Fitzpatriek. Premiums iii
tainting, music embroidery and French?first,
to Misses Magruder, Guista, Davies, Marshall,
Brunette. Mollie Kelly, Ferry. Thornton, Mciilton,
Daly, Lizzie Kelly, Nannie Scanlan,
Ifc-^sie Harvey. Annie Folev, Edith Cooney, Ce elia
Fitzpatriek; and French translation,
Vlis-ses Magruder, Guista, Davies and Brunette.
PREMIUMS TO THE ORPHANS.
For conduct, English and domestic eeonomv,
? M. Waldrou, Agnes Colbray, Clara Fitzgil>*ms.
Sadie Fitzpatriek, Mary Sheehan, Xlarraret
Sheehan, Florence Lucas, Mary Quinn,
Minnie Polk, Kate Murphy, Kate Soulhey,
\ate Arnold, Nellie Meeks, Adelaide Lueas,
Warie At ridge, Maggie Blake, Maggie Shea,
dary Fitzgibbons, Margaret Fitzgibbons, Annie
irant, Mary Enibrey, Minnie Holland, Agnes
Herlihv, Jennie Neacy, Nellie McCormick,
vate Mangan, Lulie Wlllard, Ada Brooks, Alice
Srooks, Gertrade I.ucas, Marie Merritt, Mary
ampbcll, Kate Mowbray, Rosle Frawley, Lena
Hack, Caroline Lucus, Mary McClain, Frances
pdyke, Margery Hughes, Mary Curtin, Ida
darning, Ellie Mowbray, Emma Heitzel, Teresa
-ueus, Ellie Holland, Kate Murphy, Mabel
'aldwell, Mary Ellen Mitchess, Matlie O'Brien,
dary Frawley, Alice Burns, Jennie Fletcher,
ftertha Nolen.
Little ones for learning their prayers, tables,
spelling and reading:?Annie Opdyke, Mary
,'oll ns, Julia Shaier, Nellie Turner, Mamie
Stewart. Lena Miller, Bessie Pettet, ltosie Dufy.
Mary Agnes Murray, Mary Bell, Lucy Brown,
Ygues Lillund, Bessie Foley and Bertha Ward.
St. Dominic's Parochial School.
THE AWARDS OF PREMIUMS Tb-DAY.
The annual commencement of St. Dominie's
?arochial school took place at the school, corner
>f Oth and F streets southwest, this morning at
IO o'clock. Fathers Logan and Donnelly deivered
addresses, Complimenting the scholars
?n the advancAnent made during the past year.
Medals, premiums and pictures were awarded
is follows:
Senior^ department, girls?Mary Keefe, Kate
Burke, Kate McAullue, Kate Hennessy, Jennie
sullivan, Katie Mcllugh, Lizzie Rvan, Katie
ilennan. M iry Lt-ouara, Annie Collins, GeneMeve
Hemming, Agnes Lanahan, Mattie Biggp,
(vatie Fit/.gerald, Carrie Herbert, Nellie BuPQvln,
Mary McNerney, Norah Long, Katie Brod;rlck.
Mary McDermotL Mary Gallagher.
Senior department, ooys?Denis Murphy,
\mbrose Marsden, John Moran, Vincent
Sheeily, Georsre Dant. William Cullen, Battle
J 1 ">nnell, Frank Rabbitt, Francis Sheehy,
lohu Bland, George Blark. Maynard Suminoiis,
lo>epii Delaney, Eddie Fitzgerald, H. Keyes, J.
Mcliueh, George Arbuckle, 1>. Shea, liubert
McConnell.
Junior department, girls?Marv Rvan, Irene
Biggs, Arties Fitzgerald, Llla McGrath, Gerrude
Adams, Agnes Keane, Delia Bucklev,
\11nie Dwire, Annie Burke, Annie Campbell.
Nellie Keiie, Julia Delane, llernardine Fitzgordd.
Annie McCarthy, Annie Croggen, ltunua
>_>ur, Ida Baum, Mary Campbell, Mollie
yShaunessy, Kate Costello, Katie O'Brien,
Mary O'Neill. Katie O'Shauuessv, Annie Forivth,
Joanna Buckley, Jennie McCarthy, Nellie
ritzgerald. Rose Groov, Annie Curry.
Junior department, boys?Richard Wimsatt,
'harIos Wallers, Samuel Wiinsait. John Dalv,
rimothy Costello, Charlie Holden, Willie Marslen,
Eddie Bland,Owen McArdle. CharlesCaldvell,
Thomas < row ley, Patrick Kirby, Daniel
-lattery, James Arbuckle, Willie Brown, Walter
Lyons, Leo Fitzgerald, John Breen, Charlie ,
Lewis, John Fitzgerald, John Brosnan, Robert
Mahoney, Charles Flemming, Eddie McGrath
lohn Hartnett, Philip Wolf. Willie Dwlre,
illie Dant. Dominic Sullivan, Frauds McIX'rriiott,
Elinor Tnil, Charles McIIugh, Frank
lohnson, Michael Buckley, Lawrence Nolan,
Vmerictts Dunn, Aloysius Collins, Samuel Colin*.
John Broderick, Eddie Shea, Walters
J raves, Thomas Crowley.
Krmintttoii Standard Type Writer Still
Far in Advance of all Competitor*.
"New Orleans. La.,June 4,1885.
We. the undersigned, members of the Jury of
1 wards for group ?, class Oi l (writing ma hlnes),
hereby certify that we awarded a firstlass
gold medal, tin* highest award, to E. Reinugioti
& Sons' standard type writer.
Geo. A. Beaton,
Frank Bacon,
CHAS. A. Moroax."
\\ YCKorr. Seamans ?l- Beneihct,
Cor. 8th and F n.w.. Washington, D. C.
Waiting for Mk. M i i.t.ktK s Witnesses.?The
asv of John W. Miller, the confectioner,
harged with assaulting his wife, Auide, while
It.' was in a delicate condition, as published in
esterday's Star, was called to the attention of
ludgf Shi II in the Police Court this morning
111*1 defendant's counsel, Mr. Campbell Carrin,rton.
asked for a coiitlnuancc In order that lie
n u'lit have time to .summon his witnesses. Tho
ourt granted him a continuance until to-niorx?w.
Mr. Miller is under $5oo ball.
I^effler's Popui.\n Summer Garden, cor?er
New York avenue and North Capitol street,
" now ottered lor rent or lease by the executor.
see advertisement.
Afliiir* in IYe?l IVanhinffton.
Pt.E.vsui:p. Full's.?The sixth grade public
icixxd,ot which Miss McKcnny is the teacher,
.uvea picnic this morning which brought out
1 large number of children. The steam
>;;'-!:et !!.-ar>* li. Wagner carried an excursion
K.i ty :roia G;*ace M. E. church to the Great
rail*.
) he Conhitiov of the water cannot be ascera'ned.
as the telephone Is out of order. High
'ides In the river to-day at ll:o4 a.m. and l-2
i>.m.
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ftronph and wlioluomwtm Mure economical "??
the ordinary kirxin, and cunot be sold In competition
with the Diuliitude of low tests, abort weight, slum or
phtiftphate powders. 6ou> oKLT ut CAKl KoyaL
Sakino Powdkb Co.. loo Wall stre*. K Y. ap0
qatarbh,
That pore, sweet, uft and effective American distil*
lation of Witcb-Hazel, American Pine, Canada Fir,
Marigold and Clover Blossom, called Saxfobd's Rawical
ivrs fob Catabbii. vlib one box Catabbhal
Stii.vic.NT and one haitiobs's Impbovkd Ixkalkb,
all In one package, may now be bad of all druggist*
tor fL Ask for Saxfobd's Radical Ct'BBCompiete
Local and Const national Treatment for
every form of Uitarrb, frutn a Simple Cold or Influenza
to Ion of Small, Tmh aad Hearing, Cougb.
Br onchltla and 'Catarrhal Consumption, la every
package.
CLERGYMEN, VOCALISTS
and Public Speaker* without number owe their prevent
usefulness and success to Samfobd's Radical
Ccbb fob Catabbh.
Rev. Dr. Wiggins* ys: "One of the hast remedies for
Catarrh-nay, the beet rspfedy we Bfe-e found la a
lifetime of suffering?is Sanfobd's Radical Cube.
It clears the bead and throat so thoroughly that,taken
each morning on rising, there are no unpleasant secretions
and no disagreeable hawking during the entire
duy. but an unprecedented clearness of voice and respiratory
organs.''
Sold by all druggists. Price, $L
POTTER DRUG) AND CHEMICAL CO.. BOSTON.
COLLINS" VOLTAIC ELECTRIC PLASTERS.
Weary sufferer from Rheumatism, Neuralgia,"Weak
and Sore Lungs, Coughs and Colds. Weak Back, Weak
Stomach and Bowels, Dyspepsia, Female Weukness,
Shooting Pains through the Loins and Back, try these
Plasters. Placed over the Pirbf tbe stomach, they
prevent and cure Ague Pains. Bilious Colic, Liver
Complaints, and protect Vbsf ?yst*m *K>m a thousand
ma- g5c- Jel5
Tj^OR CONSTITUTIONAL OR SCROFULOUS CAtarrh,
and for Consumption induced by the Scrofulous
taint. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the true remedy. It
lias cured numberless casts It will stop the nauseous
catarrhal discharges, and remove the sickening odor
of the breath, which are indications of scroftilous
origin.
rjHHE MEED OF MERIT FOR PROMOTING
personal esthetics is due to J. C. Ayer <fc Co.,
whose incomparable Hair Vigor is a universal beautifier
of the hair. Harmless, effective, agreeable it has
taken rank among tbe indispensable articles of the
toilet To scanty locks it gives luxuriance, and withered
hair it clothes with the hue ol youth. jel.6
Selling Off
OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
AT A GREAT LOSS.
diu^^o 18c1'UE 8ATTINE8? white figure, reFinest
quality BATISTE. 25c? reduced to 15c.
wWe.CreSi^d flD? qaailty' ncur^ 1
NUN'S VEILINGS, 18e
Fine quality DKKSS GINGHAMS, 8c.
fruit of THE LOOM COTTON, 8c.
t^CK BROCADE SILK GRENADINES, reduced
$L&edownQt^ity BLACK SILKS- r^uced from
do^* to 7^ILKS'eXCeUent <luaJlt>'. reduced from $1
Very test quality MERRIMAC CALICO, 5c.
Beautiful LAWNS, 5c.
New York Mills SHEETING. 20c.
COLORED BROCADE VELVETS, reduced to $1.50.
CARTERS,
711 MARKET SPACE,
*e*2 Near the Corner of 7th Street
"Busvr
WELL, WE SHOULD SAY SO. NEVER IN THE
HISTORY OF OUR HOUSE HAVE WE MADE SO
MANY SALES IN ONE DAY AS WE DID LAST
SATURDAY, AND IF OUR CLERICAL FORCE
HAD BEEN LARGER MORE BiT.Ea WOULD
HAVE BEEN THE RESULT.
TO-DAY WE ARB CROWDED WITH BUYERS
OF THIN CLOTHING. OUR REMOVAL PRICES
ARE TEMPTING, AND EVERYBODY REALIZES
THE FACT BY MAKING LIBERAL PURCHASES.
MEN'S CASSIMERE SUITS,
AT REMOVAL PRICES.
MEN S SEERSUCKER, PONG EE, DRABT ET Tab
SERGE, ALAPACA. NUN'S CLOTH, AND
LOTS OF OTHER SUMMER GOODS,
AT REMOVAL PRICES.
MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S PANTALOONS
(
AT REMOVAL PRICES.
LI\ ERY GARMENTS, IN LINEN OR FLANNEL,
AT REMOVAL PRICES.
, TAILORING DEEARTMENT
SHARES THE SAME FATE AS THE OTHER
DEPARTMENTS
REMEMBER, NOT A GARMENT IN THE "
HOUSE SPARED. EVERY ONE HAS THE REJ
- m
MOVAL PRICE ON IT.
A. SAKS <fc CO.,
ONE-PRICE PLAIN-FIGURE- CLOTHIERS,
316 AND 318 SEVENTH STREET.
C f8 Ls \ p.Tvrzzi.-f?8
w n L11 L
MILWAUKEE LAGER KB PR
THE BEST IN THE DISTRICT.
ASK FOR IT.
8 A M ' L C. PALMER, AoMfT.
Depot: 1224 20th Street Northwest
Telephone, 454.
si" g ii} t i i r?""
i \Ur |_uht=
U* ELX, [T/KED-BY TRI
cX!r^ta^g/gRRRKO??o^
J A V Woo Mends
HR,RO 8 AA 1 L ^^ ,Cfw-k**yl,autf
R w no v AAA L Everything Else Solid
30 UAYir tbiai: ??
manhood giianmtacd MrL Jg' .iJfSf
CITY ITEMS.
fiMllMBca'a Md B?7i' Smawr Hate.
New style light colored Derbys, f2, $2.50:
Splendid assortment Mackinaw*, ai 91.50. S2:
Men's and Boys' Jumbos, 25,50, 76c , $1. '
Children's wide-brim Shade Hats, all prices:
"Drop in and inspect Styles and Prices;"
Laixest line and best make of Trunks;
At R. C. Lewis', 9*20 7th St.. bet. I and K sts. n.w.
N.B.?Price plainly marked on each article. 2
For cheapest black Cashmeres, Silks, Velvets,
Satins, and all Over Laces go to J. E. Young's,
736 7th street, Mourning Store. 3
X ww a sufferer from Dyspepsia, and Dr.
David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy helped me.
Win. McKnew, 124 Fayette st,, Baltimore. Md,
Price 91.00. eo
Special Bargains in Ladles' Low Shoes.
Ladies' Kid-lined Newport Ties and Buttoned
at 73 cents.
Ladles' excellent quality Newport Ties and
Buttoned at 98 cents.
Ladies' fine Hand-sewed Newport Ties and
Buttoned at 91.23.
Ladies' extra fine Newport Ties and Buttoned
at 91 47.
Ladies' French Kid Newport Ties and Buttoned
in Common Sense and Opera Toe, with
French heels, at $1.87.
Also, a large variety of cheap and fine Slippers
from 24 cents up to $1.98.
z. Strasbdkger.
2 No. 906 7th St., 4 doors above I.
Booming.
the misfit store,
CORNER TENTH AND F STREETS
CROWDED DAILY IN EVERY PART.
THE CRASH IN PRICKS TREMENDOUS.
DRIVEN TO IT BY THE LATE SPRING, BUT
CLOTHING MIST BE SOLD,
AND THE FOLLOWING PRICES DO IT:
Genuine Calcutta Seersucker Suits ai$lo, only a few
left.
Splendid Imitation Seersucker Coats and Vests at
?1.85. worth ?4.
Ecru Serge >uits at $3.50, cost over $10 to manufacture,
ouly a few left.
AiiNK-a Coats at $1, formerly ?1.70.
Fine Blue, Black or Brown Serge Salts at 910. reduced
from $J 5.
lasafiuere Suits at $5.50. $6.75, $8.50 S9.75 and
?11.50, fully per cent lower than the same roods
are oifcred Jor bv any other house In WushiiiKton
Indigo dye blue Flannel Suits at $0.50, cannot be
matched under $10. ?
Indigo dye blue Flannel Suits at $7.75, worth $12.
Still liner Flannel Suits at $10, former price S15.
Fine Yacht Cloth Suits at 912. worth $18.
840 pair fine Pants at about one-half the usual
prices.
Norfolk Jackets and Pants at $10, reduced from $15.
Norfolk Jackets at $0, reduced from $?.
Fine Black Liacouai Prince Albert Suits at $15,
cannot be bought elsewhere under ?22.
4-hutton Cutaway Suits in cassimere, worsted and
diagonals, fro 111 $10 up.
Utiles Coats at 25c. and upwards.
FOR BOYS 4 TO 12:
Sailor Suits at $1.50, worth $2.25.
Sailor Suits at ?2, worth S3.
Sailor Suits at $3.50, worth $5.
Norfolk Jackets and Plain Suits, complete line,
from $2 up
FOR BOYS 13 TO 18:
A good Suit at $4, worth $0.
A:i All-wool Suit at $5, worth $7.50.
A Splendid Suit at $7.50, worth Slu.
A Hue Suit al $1U, worth S15.
A Bail and Bat given with every Boys' Suit
AT
THE MISFIT STORE.
CORNER TENTH AND F STREETS.
Iff As unscrupulous parties Imitated our sign
and name, be careftil and come to the CORN KR OF
TENTH AND F STREETS. jel-J
Summer Clothing.
SEE OUR SERGE COAT AND VEST. IN
SEVEN DIFFERENT SUA DES, PRICE PER
COAT AND VEST, $7.50. THESE MUST
BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED.
IN WOOLEN SUITS WE HAVE MADE
SEVERAL MARK DOWNS TO REDUCE
STOCK, FOR WE WANT MONEY NOW IN
PREFERENCE TO GOODS.
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF CLOTHING,
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. GIVE ME
A call.
GEORGE SPRANSY.
ONE PRICE CLOTHIER,
507 SEVENTH STREET N.W'..
Jel2 Opp. U. S. Post OtHce.
Louis Bergdoll
BREWING COMPANY,
BREWERS AND MALTSTERS.
OFFICES Nos. 508 and 510 VINE ST.
BREWERY, 20th and PAR11ISH STS.,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Agent tor Washington,
m. T. BRIDWELL,
Je2-3m 351 M STREETS. W
They Sticki
OUR CUSTOMERS "STICK" BY US BECAUSE
WE NEVER "STICK" THEM. IT
DOESN'T PAY TO SELL CHEAP ONE SEASON
AND DEAR THE NEXT. ALWAYS
COUNT ON US FOR BIG MONEY'S WORTH
IN CLOTHING OF ALL SORTS.
SUITS FOR MEN from $6 upwards.
SUITS FOR BOYS from $o.75 upwards.
SUITS FOB CHILDREN from $1.75 upward*
BLUE FLANNEL SLITS from $0.50 upwards.
MIDDLESEX FLANNEL SUITS at $10.00.
PANTS from $1.25 upwards.
GENUINE SEERSUCKER COATS AND VESTS.
At $1.7?a?
A LARGE LINE OF ODD COATS AND VESTS
VERY CHEAP AT
the
LONDON AND LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO.,
Je6 CORNER 7TH AND G STREETS.
Removal To Rebuild.
June 1 we will move to 941 Pennsylvania
avenue to rebuild on our present locality,
end until that time we will offer our stock of
Plated TeaSets, Soup Tureens, Berry Bowls,
Cake and Card Baskets, Vegetable, Bilking
and Butter Dishes, Candelabra, Casters.
French Marble. Gilt and Brass Mantel
Clocks, Brass Mirrors, Sconces, Candlestick*
Ac., ?kc., at greatly reduced prices for cash,
HARRIS <fc SHAFER,
Jxwatm
myll-3m 1113 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
G as Cooking Stoves.
stoves for
HATTERS,
TAILORS,
confectioners,
tinners. Ac.
stoves for family use that will cook
for one perso^f or for fifty persons
for sale by the
washington gas light company.
myl
The Celebrated
. _ dyckerhoff portland cement.
The strongest and best known to the trade.
H. L. CRANFORD,
Sole Agent for District of Columbia,
* Office?1418 F st n w
Warehouse?H. l. Biscoe's wharf, foot of lOth st-Vw.
Orders promptly tilled and deliveries made to any
part of the city.
pavements
granolithic, artificial stone.
asphaltlm, neuchatel mastic.
Street*, Sidewalks, Stables, Basement and cellar
Floors, or wherever a solid, smooth and durable
pavement or floor Is required.
Oriiefb promptly attended to, and all work guaranteed
for the tern of five years.
NOTICE,
All representations tbat the above work, as now pernrmtd
ny m. is an Infringement of aay rights oi
others, or that asr court has so beld, is incorrert.
ciLK?5i&& fimawa* w work
XL X* CRANFORD,
. ' 1418 F st. n.w.
Telephone cell No. Mt. ao27-;*m
" . V-V, .r ' - v
. \r'. * "" v
?_Sinffi?ER RE8QRTS.
v?^rKL' 8,T- OBOROK'SA-, A
X ISLAND, Md., Improved and EnkmlViNif
will open JINK 35ta. Terms; 91.50 per X"0T
W and 930 per month. Bpecian&
55pj*?fnt' tor families. Steamers George I tmt r nil
^P?jj?r 14 Point wharf. Good sailing and
&m^.a<??g?i ADAMS * ?** PlneylMnt
t ?^S1.,ces: ^medtle A Bro., 707 7th at. n.w A.
I J- Donaldson. Government Printing office. JelVi'm*
MOOK-S HOTEL AND SUMMER bpscp?
I^oosTdtoWD* Md., is now oDen for a if
summer Guests. ferms! fl.SO pSrday* 4,^1
%%JZhJ?2??: S?il!lren und? 12 abdB^L
r?^.?!? 5L? mtSful,oes- Steamer Thomi
Svwit? J? - ashington Mondays. Wednesdays and
*' 7 ira., and Steamer Sue Sunday at 4 o m.
jelf-lm* HERBERT F. MOORK. pfopriet^r
rP1?^L^l}KJMI^TKU. ASBURY PARK, N~J
X commands a beautiful view of the ocean* a i
mrSTdhS?- -f'^fcyed rooms, elegantly
modern Improvements. X^"T
Jel71m 8. ISZARD. ProDrietor
Atlantic hotel, ' ~s r
. OCEAN CITY, MARYLAND.
wijI open for the Season of 1 SSft on June 26. L*jRT
ior Circulars and other information appy to
Circulars at Star office J?HN TRACY' *Tl7-lm
4 tJRORA HOUSRj
./a. Aurora. Preiton County, W. Va.. a *
This popular hotel Is now open. Its Io-f<fr&#
ISP Alleghany mountains lbT
J.hOO feet above tide: delicious spring water excellent
table, spring beds, del ightftil scenery, ciwurt lawn*
bowling alley and trout fishing render it one of the
most pleasant summer resorts. No malaria, tots, bjiv
ftver or mosquitoes. Terms $8 per week 35b
S?Si.rt?#v. W*^k9- -A ?i?e Will wnvev
&3&l&pgSE&.'S S3KimL Add^e-JiwHCWKY
HOUSE, ASBURY PARK, N.J. a. , 7
, r0^ 0?' appointments, cuisine, W
equal to any hotel at this popular seaside re-J '^T
sort. Special rates. The Berkeley, Sea?dT Park*}?
J., under same mauagement.
jelO-lm AT WOOD <fc CO.
JJOTKL BRIGHTON^ ~
LONG BRANCH, N. J., i|^L6
OPENS JUNE 18. ^ '
Special rates to femiliea.
Jel5"lm JOHN W. STOKES. Proprietor.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL, ASBURY a . , i
^5. ? " !1CJW ?P^n; the leading house y
? park; good bods; electric light; tableIiiJw T
unsurpassed; sanitary arrangements wrfecl WA
BK*?S jafisaaf SSsF
s^sff?jaaafBJi?ES5iii?
boarders. Apply to Li TO T
JelS-lw? MRS. OFFLEY. 13-jfrgSt. '
Bivj k2rMK?TNKW ATTRACTTONS^
,rv" wrP0,?? ^ew Pavilion. Two new boat
w.uirves. A let of fine spa water and one chafcvbeate
spring. Music at disposal of my guests. Fish crabs
Vn milen. ubu?d?uce. Post office at River springs.
No mosquitoes, lake steamer Wakefield, Lend at
IHTOVK HK^r ?Ve1r>'bo1Address Dr. R.P.BLACK:
1STO.NE. River Springs. Md. Jel5lm*
HOUSE, POINT PLEASANT, A ~.~X
J VOcean County, N. J. The most delightful
spot on the Jersey Coast: both rural and Ti'^T
seaside attractions. Near lake<. Manosquan fit erimi
Burnegat bav. Excellent fishing, fine orchestra, grand
hops. Popular rates, fjelg-lml J. L. IIA uT.Ev.
G1ILSEY HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITYTNT
r Ocean end Connecticut ave. New house;*. , 1
eiegnntly furnished; uninterrupted ocean view
ftom every room. J. II. HEL'OILL. J{- T
Also proprietor Stafford House. Jel3-2m
Tiw^p"!Iu''1'on''oceangrove, n.jTTon
Ocean Pathway (paved), two hundred A , a
yards trora the surl; house new; per feci drain- V^li 9
W^e: water fromi artesian well; strictly first-X!''^?T
class. Ad.lreasTlIE CAUKOLI.TON Jel3-3m
cjt. james, i?oint pi.easant. n.j. the only
Olionse on the betich. 5l? feet from the Itath- a ,
ing grounds. Boih country and sea side at-v>^VSLv
! siting und crabbing. A.I ' *^ T
Cl.AW tOItI>. Jel3-lm*
(1!VNTI;^,:-NTAL' -asbury park, n. j.: one
fir t l'i <:?m bta,'U: ful1 ocean view: appointment*
fir t-cla.s; finesv l?air mattresses and siirii.< b -ds- sue-'
TEN'bk?$'PJ^aB0,^?T MAC^N^^^TA
'.,AN \ Sl'lt 1NGS. VA., NOW TIIE
XX largest, niost i opular and fashionable A . , ?
resort in V irgin_a, is now open for tlie recvp- * ^
tion orguests. rhe accommodations ure firstclaw,
aftording every comlort to both invalid and
jiliasure-seeker. Tiie Hotel is lomniodious and sup?,l'
toi. Jr ,<J iCry 1r''<l'"vi!e improvement, iiicludiug
telegr.ipli and express officei. billiard saloon, ho;
tllui T^"{Tr V ""* drlvll,S roads and beautitui
walks extend in all ulrections, and the surroundvj;
scenery is not equaled by any watering-nlaoe in
ml,?, a ,.A ^o?kI liverv is attached to the establKh>neiit.
A fine bruss and string bund ol music has been
l^rnis, 940 and ?.>0 per month. 1'a^u- i
plil* ts conti iiiiiig a r,iU descript:o i of the Sprinrs
\\a.i i-cr.tflcajes ol some of the remarkable cures of 1
d-sn nsia ami other chronic diseases, v. ill be furlsis.'ieil
on abdication at ' lur
I0i0.K st- n w- Washington, D. C.. 1
Jol- lm Or C. X CALHOUN, Proprietor"
C }l/Sr,v'-'yr HOI'SK, A8BDHT PARK,|7TT
, ,House beautfully situated within
half a block ol biuch: table and mwi.iir. !' ?TI*< T
SS^fOBMy ?rang?m0nu
rpiIE ARCTIC 11?use, CAPE MAY N J
x Capacity "JOU guests. ' '
, ,, ? Popular rates. Open JUNE 20T1I.
_-??ll~ni A- E- I^YONS, Proprietor.
A SBUltY PARK. N. J.
-^V , CAHILL irtH'SE.
en i n season, l ull ocean view. Sewer ice A . . A
and ventilation perf<vt. Rooms single auden?,*?k#
suite. Art Man ell water. *?.60 to & Z" hW.T
da>, ni-c- lal rates per week. M. D. (UUuLLjcVW
\ *'}} !; ); PARK.N.J. UONNY BANK IVTTAGK.
XX Fouitli avenue, oue binck IV<?ni ocea?i ? . a
lull view; first-class board and uccommoda-T vV9^ 9
tlons; ;;oou table; r.eai hoi anil cold salt water II'?T !
A S,'.'"U,1rlV l'AKK> v J-?TIIE VICTORIA KAMux.
lly l.ouw, near ocean. Acc'mniodatlon A . . A
for eig.ity. '1 able good. Accomodations <x ru-8A>^ 9
nlete. Sewerage and drainage perfect. Lighted XiiSflJ.
. 1 i-rius moderate. Reduced rates lor ju,,~. iid
September, fourth season. S. KEMPE. jeO-;>m
(COLEMAN IlOfSK, * . j J
r ... ASBURY PARK. N. J.
The Leading Hotel of this Seaside Resort, LvMI
will open the *
? ?? Tenth Season, June 14th, 1SS5.
Je9-6w S. L. COLEMAN. j
OPRINII VIEW HOTEL OCEAN UROVK, N~j" 1
O immediately cn Ocean Froiu^nd Wesley a . .a' 1
lake: sewerage and ventilation perfect: pure9^4# 1
f.?r|",K water; verandas on tliree fronts: beau-11! -iS T 1
tifiil Ijiwns. Special rates June and Jul v. x.Ja.e^ '
jej-uw JOSEPH W1I1TK
JpINEY POINT HOTEL, MD. j
Ninety-two miles from Washington, on* . . A 1
the Potomac river. U/mjLm '
H'?".101" kueBts June 20th. Steamers!
frmn W o(f7thratE?" LKAKY leave evening ,
I or terms, which will be moderate, apply to Hotel,
W ASH. B. WILLIAMS, 7th and I)8ts.,or !
it0"lni* W. P. RICE, Proprietor.
CtOLTON'S SUMMER Rl^ORT. i , i '
Open June 2Uih. Terms Jl.2,5 per day. f fifLf
ieK.om J- JJOI-TON, Proprietor. In :W T (
JeK-2m Miles town, .St. Mary's couniy, Alu. (
ASHLAND HOUSE. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J i
V*.>ow ready for summer boarders. Bates,*. . x
P?r ,VHik- Address Mrs. M, S. f(?^?
*.i } ' pD.blO 1 tit h St.,or Ashland House, XLlB_I
Atlantic (.'it}-. .
WTTAOE, PACIFIC, OPP Jv . 1
?9 Park Ave., Atlantic City, N. J.-Tennsf-^BLif <
u,".a l>er day;>10. Si" f iid #15 per !! :19 T '
week, nnobstrui'ted view of the Ocean; oijeiiauili J
year, MRS. J. BAILEY. Proprietress Jertlm '
O EN ATE HOUSE. ATLANTIC CI TV, N. A !
'^an end of Pacific ave., adjoiningvfykv i
Lighthouse, and warm sea water baths; ei?Ii^3_T
larged and remodeled. Open winter and Huxnim r je^
lni It. b. COOK 4i SON.
aiHE KENSiNOTON, " '
.. , SARATOGA SPRINGS. *
in finest and most healthy location on Union A - - A \
A veuue, o verlook lug Congress Park, with ah f ^|4 # 1
addition of luu rooms, billiard room, eliUd-Xlu^JX
13th P yr??m a?d new dining room. Opens j J Je i
JAMES II RODfJERS. owner and proprietor: ^
alsoi proprietor Coleman House, New York, and Erie
Railway Dining Hall, Hornellsville, N. Y. jul-lm
lHtiEH.ft^iRFIIKtDJ ASBURY"PARK. N. J.-DE- '
X lightfully located; within 100 yards of A . . A
beach: appointments first-claw; sanltarv ar-Vi^ml
rancements perfect; accommodate "100. Il? " T j
't erms reasonable. A. H. STOCKTON. jSSm
Having leased Norwood hall.mT'TX 1
Asburv Park, N. J., persons desiring Tl^Skw
summer Board can be accommodated from JJiifflX
June 15th, ISSo. The McPherson House wilT?u^o?
open for guests. Mrs. M. T. SOUTHALl! juC!-lm? ^
Garrison house, york beach, mainF '
A very desirable Summer Resort. House A . . A 1
oeautlfully situated, and first-class in all re- 9
spects. Send for circulars. Tfl^T 3
Ju2-20t SANBORN A PREBLE, Proprietor!. ,
Hotel royal, atlantic city.a. . x
< y?;<'as.on tor this new and elesantlv f AA 1
appointed hotel, under the management ofli-'BT J.
t. CAKE, of old Congress Hall Cape MayT^^^
my^s-lm* '
P'luun(M)TrAG^ ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.-DElightAilly
located near the Shelburne aud A A "
j^ennis. Improved throughout. Excellent9^4#
Moderate terms. Address P. O. Box If H T j
2<04. Mrs. L. W. FREEMAN. mvtiv-iui' I
COBB'S ISLAND. REOPENED TOH THE RE- ,
ception of visitors. Splendid Bathing, Fishing and '
snipe shooting. Passengers for Comb's A. , a
Island wil. take the Ca)je Charles, a daily I
Btwmer lVoin Norfolk, at 10 a.m.. or from Il.iWT
.i 0 . n * m- Passengers will bu^uciets I
on the steamer to Cheriton station, where hacks for l
seaside will meet theiu. Terms, per dav, S2; per week.
?12; per month, $40. Address J. T. SPADV, Propri
etor, Ray View P. p., Cobb's Island, Va. Jui-2H,m I
G1E1TY8BURG SPRINGS HOTEL, GETTYS^ ,
r burg, l'a., <on the liattlefield.) Celebra-A A i
wi for its heailhftilness. cool dry air audfi^KV
Katalysine Spring. Iii?igT
?,7?V-e .,4US been thoroughly repaired. TeiSuJ
Uie h'o'el^Hard room and good livery connected with
A.Xeii!ils,reft^)n.aMe- sPWlal rates will be made for i
ll,e entire season. Every attention
w 111 be gi \ eu to the comfort of guests.
Season commences JUNE 1.
For circulars and information a* to rates address "
HORACE M. CAKE, Proprietor, 1
my23-lm 1600 1st n.w., or Gettysburg, Pa.
( COLONIAL BEACH HOTElI I
Westmoreland County. Virginia, A . A :
WXI.L BE OPEN JUNE UT. 9M|
E. P. HIL'KKV. M a V a it v. w Tl.tWT
. Excellent Bathing, Boating Fishiug and CrSSuSSi
Attractive, Sale and UealLbAil!
New Hotel and New Furniture!
Steamer Arrowsmith runs direct to the beach.
RATKSOFBOARD FOR JUNR^to#I2~^eek;
*3o toS40 per month offbur week. Transient, f 2 per
day. Tlie manager assures I he public that the excellent
reputation achieved lost year at this delightful tauiily
resort will be sustained, and that thestauaardof excelf}??
"uccessfully marked the first season
will not be lowered. Apply to the Secretary of the
Company at 1321 F street, northwest. my23-3m
RENOVO HOTEL. m , ~T
. Mountain Resort, twelve 9
| Hundred feet above the level of the sea. TSIBP I
^I^cated at Henovo, Clinton county. Pa., CTPT51
*?? ?. Handsomely lUruiahed rooms: table unsurpassed.
Rales reduced for the season of less. Free
from malaria and mosquitoes. For further inform v
mV^S? J0HK Propristor.
"T TLANTIC CITY. N. J. |~~7I
OPEN ALL THE YZixL
Booms single and doable en snlte. Recently enlarged
Unprovameuis.
onM-dia CHAS. McGl.ADK. Proprietor.
SUMMER RESORTS.
gClOUtB SAUNTER1NGS ~
BT THK a AND L
MMt Verakont. witla lixta of hotels and
SH&?^"*SS53E
Addrea LUCIUS TCTTLK,
General PuKopr Aft Boston and Lowell R.R.,
. - Boston. Mml
Willow grove, va.. valley bkanch b
houratirotn Baltimore River
uaunng, fl?huig. Ac. Round-trip ticket- at ail Importt
? McGlNNI* Proprietor" W,C
Grove, Shenandoah comity. jei i-?o-2w
The Baldwin, ImA
beach have*, s. j. XtiBX
This new and elegant Hotel, the best on the Atlantic
coast, will commence its second season early in Juna
<JEtx w. ttTTELLE.
myT-tu.tnAgget Proprietor.
sEABOB oF 1885.
MONMOUTH HOUSE.
Spring Lake Beach, N. J.
NEW HOTEL LAFAYETTE, ? . 1 '
Broad aad Chestnut sta VAai i
Philadelphia. IK IS T
AMERICAN AND ECROPEAN PLa7,\ I
For terms and other information address
L. U. MALTBY.
Spring lake Beach, N. J.,
my.r>-t.tb&*20i Or Hotel Lafayette, Phlla
rpHE NANEPASHEMET, MA'RBLKHEATT
fiL *^*5,K~CJ?ole8t to?aUoBai?d finest surf on A A
toe north shore. Every room has oceuu I
view. Send for circular describing ?;n-?i !) T
Neck. AMMI BROWN. ap'25-?.t*u
sea view house im4 j!
RYE BEACH, N. IL, ' j
XJNDER NEW MANAOBMENT
Open SATURDAY, JUNE 20th. located on an '
elevation commanding a fine view or tin- ocwui. Tlie i
pure water iintl perfect drainage injure an entire ubsence
of malaria. Pre-eminently a family hotel: iirstclass
in every resiiecf, and tarnished with modern iuiSrivS0
? \^ F'^artfr1'^ aDJ dll'?hlful
__ ? MRSX *. MAYO,|ProPrl(t,jr* '
F. CARTER, Hotel Dorrance. Provi- 1
deuce, R. L. until June 12. ap20-m&th,Sra 1
^JNITED STATES HOTEL, '
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Open* JUNE 27. l?pT j J
The leading Hotel. Excellent CnHtlne. Superb Ap- I1
In?JPS&'b BelSTFlre Escape. Ac. '<
jelG TO2(U , 0p- W. WHITNEY, Mgr. j
A TLANTIC CITY. ??
V _ tf+i j
THE "BRIGHTON,"
ATLANTIC CITY.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR. 1
Je9-eo3m? F. W. II EMS LEY A SON.
"EMGUTH SEASON ~ i 7 ,
^ HOTEL COLUMBIA, f 9
OC EAN BEACH, N, J. U
?,<?lr*ct'^ on the beach. Fine bathing, fishjom.
i throughout tli^ reason. Lhwu i
Kr^nda connected with the hotel. For circular, i
terms, etc., address
FRED E. FOSTER. '
my30eo-20t Manager. 1
MAYjN. J- NEW W.N?i RKSS UALU
K. . REASON 1885,OPENS J-UNE 17.
This leading house, built entirely of brick, tun been
repainted and renovated throughout. .No A . - A 1
pains will be spared to keep up the good '
reputation of previous season*. Paasen?>r I ' ^tT ,
talto lU *ucU room- j
Music bv the Germania orchestra, of Naw Ynrfr
under direct ion of Prof. Joyce * * ? ' I
Terms moderate. I
Rooms muT be engaged by addressing ,
Totanrr> CftAKLES DUFFY. Proprietor,
if S?f 0,ntinenuTPh ladelphla,and Stockton. Capo
ntii iunerA.t17w * Thirteenth st.. fchlfadeiplua.
Alter June 1? At Cape Ma*- NJ
myio-s,tu,th-2m * j
j^osiTbeach hotel, u l. J
Owns early in June. Price* S17.50 to 823 Acres- <
s!irfh^f\ *Ud *trictl>' flrst-clasB. The finest beach; !
lullu&v,u* uu*url>?s*?f Hot salt water batbs a
uu^jk.t t'raVu^ " Yurk: fr^ueut SOCTUUATE
MURRAY A WILKINSON. Props.
./HOtssAND ISLAND HOUSE,
. , Alexandria Ray, st. 1 jiwrence ltiver.
trices by the week S17.00 to S2b No uinwnitr>M
no maJarii. no hay fever, m-rfeefdrui ouiehoXa ret
class, best music, iluest fl^liiutr and boailng' 1
r p rr putc ur11"SVLTUUAT^, Proprietor. ,
C. P. CLEMES. Manager. uiylO-tu.UiAit-M J
MILLBORO- SPRINGS-OPEN JUKSrrTT .
1st. for the entire year. Sulphur. Coa.y-? .'Vi 9
oeaieand Alum Water. delig'atiUi cr.iuatvJ -I ,
line huutiiig and>fiahing. 'JVo mi.es lrom Millboro"
iH'pot. ( hesapeake an?l Ohio raliwav.
J *?u?l Bridge, or ,
jei3^.tu th-j m Orkney Springs, Manager, i
UP 3,OOO FEKT. 1
lJEEll PARK AND OAKLAND '
ON T1IE CREST OF THE ALLKGH'FNIFS.
DIHK?'rVv Xls xr?^Mr?,Ua ?JtADE ShiniOV.
UIKEl iL\ ON Tllfc LI.NJ?, OF T1IK B A\D O t
?,ls,? KIbJ'."S OR BUS TR.\Nsri:j{s i
wV.V ?P TEH. K^FRSSS TRAINS S'lXJP
M itli the new and unparalleled fasrt schfl- A L
th,e .l^Wmore and Oiiio Kaiiroa.1 ff Jiese
lo\el\ tw m resort j are beyond all com- Ti''V?T 3
^ e moa\ advantageously locaU-d, b-iLL I
Rockle*. U surrouadingi, of any east of the !
Leave Washington after late breakfast. Arrive at !
?ea.rlJ' dinuer. Leave Baltimore after i
Sift? ' " ArriveatDeer Park for supper. Return- 1
l^??l thr..S ittfe ,e<lU4ll>' favorable. I.tave Deer Park
?"er breakfast, arrive at Washington for early din- .
hiiniJf l>eer Park alter dinner, arrive at Wash- '
Sw.fv' jffl.?gPPen U ?Prew
Titl'pLE DAILY TRAINS EACH WAY.
B. and O. Limite<] for Chicago and Northwest via
Deer 1 ark and Oakland leaves Washington at 1 i>:?M> ii.
arrivi'u? at Chitago uext morning at 8:55 a m
juicker than any other limited. B. and O. Limited
for (Inclnnaii, St. Louis and the South via Deer Park :
luid Oakland leaves Washington 3:30 p.m.. arrive
hours taster than any other j
i)therll'mited!>U"S p m- Uour fa:"ttr ^l?*n any ..
MAGNIFICENT TRAINS THROUGH WITHOUT i
DTTT-, off aKok
BUFFET, SLEF.PINtj, PARLOR, FAMILY, ROOM 1
AND DAY COACHES. !
8EASON OPENS JUNE 23. c
NO FLIES! NO iXOSQUITOKS! NO ElY 41
^ ? FEVER! NO MALARIA! t
^rk ??k?aud. the one being but six miles 1 <
Lstaut from the other, with most charming drive* 1 V
?DUm ^ under the management of ' J
^1; u,1^r< who in his two seasons^ mautuie- '
ineut of Deer Park made many euthuaiastic friends of ?
the glorious resorts among Washingtoniaus. All com- .
nuuicationa should be addressed to W. J. Walker 1
iueenaty Hotel, (.Mmberlaud, Md., up to June S*
rnd after that date either I>eer Park or Oakland, Md' u
*75 *nr l*r mouth, accord! ug to lo- t
Si.*aKr*?Js and rooms open at R. ?fc O. I
hcket Oflice, 61Wand 1361 Pennsylvania ave. T he ~
U. and O. < oinpany lias spared no expense in reitderng
Deer Park and Oakland the leading Mountain lit- ^
H)rta of the east, and lor the season of S5 the attrac- ?
Ions will be of a character not hitherto equalled, and 1
.he cuisine of botli hotels will be unexcelled The v
anest place lor childden In the hind. m6tu,ih.s,tlje3o -j
Wx?HDcH^UiK' HARPER'S FERRY, W. jt
Si* U>vctt. proprietress, A . . i J
)pens May oOth: 1,200 feet above tide; 450 YifS^V H
feet above the rivers; no malaria or mosqui- Ii? 'la T f
.?^ara"? 2tTVt'ry: ,ttfee cool rooms; tabr JTei- I
relied; good fiahlng; open until Nov. 30; $'J p?-r v* eek. f,
j_J?i hours from Washington, D. C. mylii-Vtm* I
QN THE MOUNTAINS. C
THE PARK HOTEIk a . . a i.
Williamsport, Pa.,
la now ready Ibr summer guenta. Tl.^T f
(or circular aud ratea, address v
myl-2m ? DONALD McDONALD. ^
T,ifiEXlfAVERI'X' ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.?OPEN T
X all the year. Hot and cold sea water a a
jatlia In the bouse. AH the comforts of
Qrst-claas hotel, ( oach meets all trains. ICiST
__ JOHN E. MIFFLIN. Manag^r^^ n
fe2-0m MRS. J. K BRYANT, Proprietress.
CURLEW HOUSE. ASBURY PARK, N.J -A I)i> _
alrable home for the smurner. Proprle-a . , t t
reus E. R. KIRK. References-E Youngs.IMf J
fobn Tweedale, M-M- Parker,Q.F. PreabnFr. Ik-HJ j
tt. W. Dlngman and E. C. Deane. m>^>?-7m
I WE ARANDALE. NEAREST To a . . A
Hotel, Bedford, Penn. This de-Y<fa&9
?ht/hl Mountain resort will open for miasts ii-Tjl _
fcipisji!? modems >. P'S4-l{XIt?ATK
HOU8JE. NEAR BEDFORD, PA =
L^Thts pleasant mountain home wUl open A . . i d
u^f "J* B*df?fd mineral water free. Terais f V {
moderate. Mr*. Wit. CHENOWETH, Pro-ILIHI
prletreas. my2t.-i iu*
l^il^.h VFALFO?NTf''" ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.,
X with gas, new fliruiture, beds.wardrobes, A . . A
itc., is now open.
mylQ-3m ELI8HA ROBERTS A SON.lfcSLL
TH??RAND| UNION, ATLAN11C CITY. N. J.
A new HoU'l with new furniture. Hand- A .. A
K>me rooms; central location and open 1
lhey??r Rates, ?2 per day. IEWT 1
my 19-3m HENRY RAiilfu.
T^HE BELLE VIEW, ASBURY PARK. N. J.?
Lake: line ocean j| . . A
bon??; feauftary arraRgemeutsf M9
perfect; artesian water. First-claaa table.
my!4-3m IHK R. tpi'r.
is?s^'s4sa""-'u>'bn"^ .
my30-10w THEO. MUELLER.'T .
HEW COJVauit, OCEAN GROVE. N. J.. WILL
. ^ ^ .JaQe 1st. 1SH5. It ? S . . A
deU by trees. Board forf^sif
June at low rates. >or nartiguLmi innniwi !> -Tl T ,
3d"f* n.w., Washington. D. C. }
mm-lrn a P. HOOD. 1
a^sspsl-5visffi5?^lss!i f :
^t^.,;,SuSS5i,rl3ssa; .^ya.Ti^T !
"ff/: sccoaimodaUons fwr 100 gueffic opeu i
?y17i ?a?sd wimm: bops every satur- ,
Q^roprJeter ill the Park.
Transient rates, 9SI tofS per day. Send Ibr circnlara.
my2-3m C H PEMBERTON.
^LD POINT COMFORT, VIRGINIA. |f . i
w^ATOD i SYy JSDS^om' FORT El ?
ssromd
SUMMER RESORTS,
f IMcksv sMaiSeT- 1 i
" 8HESANDOAH COUNTY, VA.
^prvBJTOBSitnni,
^ iS,,eS'o,n^H ^T"1 rn*d,t r.n'uViUJ&T
Zhhtr p'?"?* bathf !?.!, 1
jwnuig ud|?tuf In immediate vicinity. This k tl.e
four houni rt?#^ '? M*l)iinn?>n, bt inc onlv
?our hours rid* on the R wu! o. railroad 1
mmyTSrft'" intorm.tk.Ti.
MUhumTrSiSri.^^ *?> applicat.oti at l>rrws aud
^BcMitmilly located. directly oppoaite n... !] J T (
a anT*F^?and tr1**** ^trT^
tnrfKr->?. *** y" ^P*1^ rate* to fknilltes.
_iijrJ6-ilu K. H. HILDRKTH. \
lAoruLAse house; M v* 11
^wjrafca^ tail |:
-m lm WALTKR HI uTSv I
Lake house " '
Bprtlig Lake Beach. N. J. B . . A !
H. C.BOKGNER. IMA I
_Open June 4th. myr*V?m Ii-H{
J^OCK ENON SPRINGS ANDMINERAL BATHS. I
v??- N?2t! Mountain. near Winchester.* . . a .
?n'UtJ l,\our* .rtd*' 'r,,ni Washington#
with . i . l>? *r?<lJ?,l?'pliv>ne con i.e.Hon I-fflT
ri i hywiwrauh. tUMN
iui ihiini" A *ah> and deliehtAil summer re.?ovelU,AHK>
,<vl- Atmosphere dr< No
swamps or foif*. Four different intmral waters of
gteal value In the cure of aud liwi coiniO k\ t*
MlTT'It Ar^-chHlyNif M,r" ,c! Wroi?
e>4 in ilit I States), containing iter iraiion ov??r l 4
g "-? ?roo i11 t he best form know n !,*
RiJ^^Th Jf fc rains tHilplmU' of tomm**.
? *?v ni'"eru! waters lunv l>e u?ed siturl v or com
buied in hoi or .-old bulls. An mimense aw in^nl.l? *
pool heated til an nurtrablo temperature
Terms very moderate. "
tbeSn'^ Ucket" from w*""'n?ton $h.50. good for
and *" information at A. S PR\TT *
^n n ,MaUUi'Cr' 401 * *r?? ?H?rthw?t,wJhinJ
*?-?- jeK
ft.eSs 1st June. VirstU^s ^ i ,*! ^
*Uta"d1s-ull"?-' otuiand ElVgant
K2^iSrtS?:.,?V!>- "1 >??'->??'*** SUW
Rri AS! *\r'' ? ?" *10 week. No bar 1
FRI-xf'iT orriA' vF information apply to K
I-pi^ .. Ul K1: N- Hotel, ur iow utll
-. l r"P? - ^"hik I Pumt, M<1. m' il lni*
CHKXamwah ali m -pkin.js -ni n vv" J
Rulers SiVrt^r ri of ill moral A .. 'a
SSSaIj.mTki'S*'
(1 A Nit liATHsl\I KAi ivi- '
y J.ithia \V liters. Also title Iron Waters'A A* '
namn&iureW. \ u x? \ ?> n ?i? A M
tltt-nv '"? r? lhe W< ,i l*l'ov*r and the well ?r
ProyrK tor'''^ b<;"d ,ur W
? ' my 11? i in
Si? C .H.A ? ATL A NT 1 ft IT Y QCfeAKA
4i(V(i ii i'i W' *Ve" si asuu: vx]wn-4
tal.le: l'ttiliiET
KH..H1 rooms: nm.leiato terni>. (Yov.eli'H llon^T^^
Market ^.Phtla. European plan AddroaHtbl-r ii'>u^
myll-.tin
x- J -HOTEL KIU'NSWK'K ? '
One or tin-lariresi and lx ,t i ,n>!s in tn.-a ? ,
lin(WthU1,,ed d,l*c,,>'on tile Ix-ani. <>l?-iit'^l4t I
.nl'r.U ^"'ne tuauacemeuU Circulars. Tl'TT T
mj 2 im C\ OA RR1-. i >tjN.
VT1R5iL^ ?KACH HOTEL
,? OI EN hJR <iUE?iT>> ?iAY 15 lfw> '
sitnUedoiithe Atlantic <\m*t, r, julles >outh o(
Cape Henry, 1M mil?t from Nor- I ,
? . , . folk by Railroad.
B<?rh for bathing unexo ll.-d, and nn| . i | 1
lmiertow. ireetrom intmqititops. rii<- linuv. W
For ftirther information noil 'jicnlarv'ippfy^to^ *" 1
_ J- W. HOTELEIt A SO.
m\ 13-3m 9-ja pa. ave.. Washington, d. C.
FOii'l lXTKHlH'SKIX iRNEl{ A RK A N- A " <
asave. and Oevan Front, Atluiitlc t it'v IVii
Pi'mTi w !^ to ^ Mr*. j.Itakl
mttTrat I 1-., Proprietress. taf!iu
f W ?UV fl lY. .\. j., EBBITT HOlWl *
i. Jackson st..opposite the New ?'oluiubia, A 1
?opeii tor recrjition of gtn-sts; |>leasant V^dk #
Sct,ac vlew# ?P?? all the year. Yi- ^ T
m\ jv-^m k w. T7. >rr.
Hotel laukantk.ujr main and <t?rnr
t>ts..Luray, V a. (f|iened July lut, IHM A .a
t leasaiitlv located up lo-vn, and <'iie mil?'?
rront the wonderfhl caverns of Lurav. PureXiiioT
*ater from an artesian well on the preuuvs. 1
Jelleut ?euual to ttuy-witii evervtllin/ new lieu
X>Uifortal)le. Free littss will meet a1? trains luues
f j per day, ^12 |kt week. iuMes
josi;PH PAKKINSQX. I'ropietor.
educational.
\ OK T,,E. UNIVERSITY OF Y!R- ?
({tula, having taught for two veurs, will "ci?t<'h"
lut ins summer fur entrance on co.'utietitive examinn
W&J&W' OF U?')K,{N I-AN<irA(iK,<.N
A LiOU H s: I'UMI moved f..r ?:{o lWhuLn.w cor ,
k tUbstu Freut-b. SjiauUh aud German all Mini- 1
. Jel2-6l? t
S1 fWRTJf A K D-RPECIA L INSTRt'i TION IV
ie A^hSSf ^ *^i*nr?d Ktode?'?- IVriiw inoderfr5.\
i t-! ^ nogragher. Box 21, liouwut
?r n.'i, ?'vt" aud tchools. Letters I
_ _ ' c* JelO-lm*
WTASHINOIXiy AC AI?EMY OF TKLHGRA I'HY7 1
iJii n't if0. of the kind here, a special iuvi*
ation to all to see the method by whicn vou can
*Hiu learn a profession. -14 '2d st. s.e. 1 in
>>t>RW001> lNSTITLTE ?1212 ANl7l214 14th'
at. circle?Select Itoardiii*? sclmoi for 0
' 'n fi 1 at.les. stcMstons tt&-sti r>?>ens sept. 9U. Earlv aute?*
"vcessary.asuumoi.r of boarders w ill be'liiu'
WITH INC. SHORTLIlXi J. ^ .M EDI A At' \1> '
0 eni> admits and classifies you.'is lu-n an.l Ijovs at
PI{1.tl?le' JrDd,',or 0lrcul"-"s- sw I Til I x t . shortmytHim
^1I?u"vard College Graduate, Media, Pa. o
J1UE 1IERL1TZ SCHOOL OF LAINGITA.:^
T23 14th st. n. w.t CITY. *
WILL REMAIN OPEN ALL SUMMER;
ALSO SUMMER SCHOOL AT t
PLYMOUTH. MASS,
1014 K AND L
, ,V * HLNCH >NS. Parisjftu nrnntm.
iation. ^Natural method. .Summer classes now or- t
:aiiiztiie. CbUdrvii's clussw (luring varat'on at 1? ?.m"
jrt\atetuition tfdeslred. m CLe . PRCD IIom mk
roteseeur de 1 nuicats. y
JUUKIHAND ? RE(?ULAR CLASS s|\ssiOVH
1 ^?.er*j^*'i ?" Private lessons a stw.-.a tv Alt
h or t band books and publications constat, tlv on hand!
Jjd exceptional opportunities for learninc the art an!
^aORTH ANO A N O TYl'EWISI I'l N< i I'li \t TP 1
re f?!i"owed)K Pr'?.uar ,,?<^ if in-tructionS
K F. cRoafA&%".,K^j!!hwBl,a^
nil,. tenographers. 4,2 Louisiana ave. Jel(l-etKl3m*
A'u'W-^ 'LL TAKK A SUMMER CLASS AT I
hi i, Out-door Sketch im;, iMtfiiitiitur on
ll5o.J.UDLt'- n,,;M UMl IJar.-u'^ fve
X' Droit l'atk W.v. mR.X KV. Art.st. Jel l-Ui!s.t" 2w
T K t:K,i 0,!';ANIHT,TEA< II KROF PI \ \<? i
Uin ^1? ^Oi. AL. MUfjn *. l^utlculur aUeutioii io W
lnncrs, as well as those wishing to be uuaittii <1 for
enaimersor Tubers. Ierm^l2. 7^ 12that.
*. aps-eo3ui?
R1^'!?88 EDUCATION TOR V.,rN?r AND 1
ner ^ *?*Iw?tneu St?rtuK and sum- h
jtr sessions of the Sjiencer.an Business College cor
?u i i?" " * Kapid writing, bookkeeoinapid
oiloulations, English lanirnai;<-. steno'Taohv*'
ype-writing, etc.. thorouglily UiuthtT TuitTo, y'I AV v
r^ntfiV^-,lay ,,r "i"'1 ^ '??nt'"i
?y'.fw,iDHPit' one Diootli, day, ?7. iiinftit kV
Upld W riting, only 12 leswns. S3." fcui or ^ ,'t f. r o
&HVISPtXCEIL Fiiuc^r"A RA
BrKACfcK. \ ice lVinci:>al. mh^H
Uls? AMY 1.1 AVITT. OH'>siy.XT<.;iAK
iTAuate and certilied examiner of the New I 'li-land
ouservatorv. Piano technique, harmony and vo1(i
tilture^ lol2 lt.tb st n.w. *
jpHJK CIVIL SERVICE INSTITUTE^
*- <?3 Pennsylvania are. n.w.
frelect Civil Service Library;
Irarticalcivil8ervlceMuili?s; and n
. Thor<?UKh Civil service 1 iri'l: F
XESDA1, IHURSDAY AND SATL RDAY EVENINUS.
Hour* from 7 to t? p i? tl
Terms reasonable. ja22-20w?
PRIVATE IJ2SSONS IN ALL ORAIlEs (>P
study: lo adults <t>nfidential: prepares lor collet^ n
I IXS1II LI E.S.W. corner Sth aud K ?r. n ? b
Mathematical, Clascal. Busmms. n w .
_ S. W. FLY NX a v
Evening Classes. $3 and ?5 a mouth. <K._^
\VOOD AND CPA I, ~ 0
^ woou
s
JOHNSON BROTHERflk
WHARFS AND RAILROAD YARD?
TWELFTH AND WATER 8TREETS SW.
J RANCH YARDS AND OFFICES CONNECTED
BY TELEPHONE.
1202 F street northwest (
1&15 7Ui street northwest
174? I*nnsyl\ ania avenue northweat
1112 Ith street northwest
Corner 3d and K ureets uorthwest
jaltf' ^ vatLia av eiiuv aouth
"
- ? ?? ii
D., Ha,* E? n
GOLDEN SPECIFIC.
I POSITIVE CT'RF FOR DRUNKENNESS OR THE
LIQUOR IiADIT.
It cui be given In a cup of ooflee or tea without ths ?
:nowledge of the person taking It; Is absolutely
lannless. and will ofleet a permanent and speedy
ure, whether the pstieu fa, a moderate drinker or an
ilcohoiic wrack. It Las been given in tbouxaixte ut
Mtea. and la every instance a perfect curs has fedowed.
It kkvkb rAtis. The system once imprugjaUsd
with theSpecilic, it becomes an utlwr tun mi ?
amy lor the liquor appetite to exist
UOLDEK KFJflCU-lO CO, Proprietors. (
For Sale by Ctocumau. oiito
R. K. HELPHEN8TINE,
EBBITT H Ol'SE DRUG STORE,
Ooraae 14th and F streets; aiao coruer 14th street ?~i
Vermont avenue. Waahlngton. 1). C. *
!^all or writ* fcw rtmilfn >m1 liili jm?tiiiui?n
"P? EUROPE-NORTH GERMAN LI/)YD LINK I
J. ? London. Havre and Bremen. Red star liut?
Antwerp Hamburg American Line-PariT H??
SKfc, "f?11 ^Aniterdun.
riono Itutmtuji*? Italian Line, Americun Ltm>
a-sfsas^,,
DRY GOODS.
New Imported tJ krseya (
ska ton noutr,
(*vrrmmnm m Pansy * lianrmw,
HAS JUST OPENED A LARoF. ANI> ( HiHCi $0BdKTMKXTor
NOmTJW IN IMPORTED
JICKxKVs
EXTRA FINK PLAIN Rl.ACk I'l RK wool. IMPORTED
JI.R-EY*. Al.l. M/.Ejv I KoM 32 TU
42. ATr.'.Vl
M'PKHIOB VlVALlTlFS* IN IMPORTED RLACK
liKAIlik.it JKR>KYS. Al.Lsl7.K*>. AT 93.AW AN I
HAm
bi.a? k ami (r>t/)P.rn impoktfd jersey*.
WITH WILT BRAIDED AND WHITK VP*T*.
IMPORTED fRKAM WHITE J? ItSI y?* AT |Xi(l
EXTRA KINK RI.A< K MI K JMOEYNL ALL
sl/Ks^FKOM X2TO40. A1>(h
Y REDUCED rUli fi us si'RINU AND
SI MM PR WHAhi
NEW EMHIIuIl'l HI I? Kli'HI S FROM fui T" *:??
K.? ?Il 1?I?A ANDCAsUMFH?
HlAW LS AT Li >\\ J si |'KI( l>.
WW>lv LINK OF WHITK AN1> iMinm n KM
HR??ID? KEDHaTISIF HOHK> FRoM *AT- ?.><>
NOVELTIES IN > MHIMIDEKED AMi PR1N IKI
INDIA IMX..H KoltKS.
VTTRAiTK.N#" IN CHIN A ANDsUM
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AND t A RKIA..I SH A DES.
v-ui ,V W?? ? KvKKMtx, LIN I \ LAWNS,
ajsu *>??*?>?>
feTPLALN t'luuiua AND lAMtRkXT 1'RlcKH
BEATON KRBY,
Perry Building,
Established 1340. j*i3
I*OPULAR l^RICES,
SEASON AltLE GOOD*
k*e n a vf received ANOTnFR supply OJ
THE POPULAR PRICE COLORED I'llKKSB
CLOTH-PINKS, BLUES, HCRU, CARDINAL
LlI.AC, NILEGREEN AND WHITE; YARD
WIDE, ATlOc., VKRY DFsIRABLK.
L CASE LAWN TKNN1S NTRIPMR, SATIN FINISH,
AT 12V . HAVE BEEN SKLLIKU FOR
25?.
1 FULL SITPI.V OF WHITE OOOI>S, INDIA
LINEN. INDIA MI LL NAlNs-mk, P1.A11*
AND STRIPES, FROM 1<K. T?? iV
k NKW SUPPLY OF IM IN)RTED JER?E VS.FROM
?2 TO $4 .VI. A LI. SI/.KM.
. CASK ECRU SATINS, AT 12 V'ARASOLS
AT LES& THAN COST.
GEO. J. JOHNSON A LUTTRELU,
J*U 713 Market Hp-ve*.
FIGURED CHALLE UK I.AINE REDUCED To
62 VNILE.
Ill FF AN.*? CARDINAL
iLBATRoss REDUCED FROM 45 T<
RLACK SEROE, ALL WOOL, REDUCED FlU'M
K) To ;(7V.
SILK WARP NUN'S VF.ILINO, THE FINEST
iLA< K OOollS MADE, HAVE HEr.N REDUCED
N PIUCE.
BLACK CREPE DE CHINE AT *!.#?.
RAROALNS IN BLACK sl'RAII SILKS
^RoM f I25hX KKW ,tAUs AT ?*. reduced
INDIA PONOEE, WHITE, 96 IN. WIDE. at K7U,.
'!Kol,|{ N* I' VR \-t ,us WILL BE
)l* t ERED AT ABOUT HALF PRICE
LA DIE*' AND CHILDREN"!* U< MKRY.
SILK HOSK IN OR EAT VARIETY.
JREAT REDUCTD?Ns IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
lOO PIECES KINhJST BATISTE AT I5t-.
W. M. SHUSTER A SONS.
ONE PRICE?19 PtXXHVlm'U AVENUE
N. R THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. Jcl:i
Read Carefullt.
We are now bull.ling an extension of 35*117 fert Is
>ur already- tnagi.ifioent eatablk^htuent. which whet
Inished will give us
THE FINEST SHOW ROOMS
n the United Stales. We al *> have
THE FINEST ELECTRIC LIGHT
: the country, making at nlgbt our entire building M
(right as the finest day in sunlight.
We have come to the conclusion that we havf more
W?ds und less money tbau we want to carry out oui
lew enterprise of ruuuing our building through to Sib
treet
We shall open thianew addition with new goods
nly.
We shall commence to run off oar present without
egard to cosl
Our assortment is exceptionally large for this tmus
'f the year.
loo Pieces COLORED LACE BUNTING, yard
ride, at 12V
These iroods are a trreat bareain at 40c. per yard bat
bey must be closwi to make room for other goods.
500 pieces Fast Color LAWNS at 4c. per yari.
300 pieces yard wide LAWK, the most seluct paterus,
at 7c., actual value lOc. per yard.
Superior quality DRESS OINOUAMS at Sc. per
ard, fully worth 12V
WHITE G<X1I>S.
We have now the larg<-st st.x'k of WHITE GOODS
n the city, and at rock bottom prices.
^ ard wide INDIA LfNEN at 5 and He. per yard.
40-t?ch INDIA LINEN atl'JV l*'r y*nt
Just received a large lot of IKJITED AND FIGURED
SWISS, which we v. ill s^ll at 12 VDIMITY
LAWN AND PIQUE at 12V
40-iuch BATItjTE, in all the eveuiug shades, at
2 V PC > ard.
HOSIERY.
We have Just socce?*ded in pun-basing dosen o!
Adies' full regular made Hose in S^al Brown. NavyHue
and Slate, to sell at 10c.
Ladies'line gauge Pin Stripe Hoae at 29c.: act ia!
alue, 4 Sc.
Ladies' Liale Hose In Fancj' Stripes and Solid Cairn
al 43c,
GLOVES.
Black Silk Gloves at .14c ; worth double the prUm
Ladies' silk MltU? fu all colors at 30c.
We have Just received a large lot of
LADIES. DRESSING SACKS,
ladeof India Linen, with Embroidered P.uffle and
lue Tucking, formerly sold for $1.50. we w ill dot*
iem at 0Uc.
LADIES' NIGHT DRESSES,
lade of the Finest Cotton, w ith yoke of all-ovar Em
rodery.and Eiuhroidcn-.l Ruffle Neck and Sleeves?
Jimer price $1.50, now ?sc.
UB STOCK IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPART
MEM.
TORE OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL b
O'CLOCK,
(
LANSBURGH A BRO,
Je9 420. 422. 434. 426 SEVENTH STREET
^ E.VTS INDIAGAUZE SHIRTS. 33V: WORTH ^
JW 5UC
Oent's India (ttinxe shins. .Vh-.; worth 75c.
t ents iialbri.gHn shins,6Uc.; woriti 7Ac.
Closing out fep.iug Neckwear at lulf price.
Finest Sa teen Liru Aers oiily 6oc.
Spruu; Weight LiKter?uii-ts. Mc.; worth 75c.
ii?l;iilh Welgut l inlcrsiurts. ix-wrlv all wool. !>Or.
Ask lo see the COMFORT kHIRT. n>ad?- of Warn
iitta Cotton snd lOcaarrison'n 2,luo L???eu o??->iii?.
i-uiiorced. r?-adv lot ttie wa->h iu'-. outy h5 oenla.
his is Uie Lk-sI tilliiig, be4 made Hbirt iu iu
Itttll
leiueiuber! onlv RSe. for t'?e Fine*' !?r?t? Slilrt nt Uu
BRANCH BALT1MOR1. SHIRT FACOiRY.
ViyM 1002 F feTREET NOIfl U WlvBT
^ENTLE^tEN^SGOODS. .
FUST KRCBVO '
A JOB LOT OE OAUZE UNDERSHIRTS.
rhicti weareoflering (Or 25 n-ui? Uie regular prior
was 50 lent*.
Also a foil line of
UMMER UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY. COLLARS
AND CUFFS AND NECKWEAR.
SHIRTS TO ORDER A SPECIALTY.
XDLLARS AND CUFMt LAUNDRALD lor '^c. each.
8. R ELLERY.
J13 1113 F street norUiwet. 1
J UST XJECKTVEDA
Large Line of NECK WE AR.fhr50e-.75c- hndllL
Full Une of Fall and Wiuvsr UNDERWEAR, m
bWMt |Mi0Hi _
Lai?s Ltiso or DRESS SHT^TS roastaattyoa ImmA
HYATT, Proprtator.
mOMMOK'S 8HIRT FACTORY.
HU F street northwest.

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