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THE KV KNTN'G STAR
WASHINGTON:
TFESD4T ? Jnly ?. 1HW.
CBMBV fc. JIOY E?T. IMW.
Th* Kviniai St#r bw > r?{ul?r, permanent
bona tide (lallr circulation mora than
treble that of any other daily paper published
In Washington, and eqaal to that of
all the other dally papers her* added
toc?tber.
Reports from all the lancer cities indicate an
uncommonly juiet celebration of Independence
day. The small boy, with his crackers,
seems to Lave transferred bis activities general/
to tbe rural districts, and left the great centers
of population in a condition in \?4iicb it was
possible to hear oneself think. Albany made
on of tbe day to set going tbe exhibition in
booar ot her bicentenary. In Portland, Me.,
the people made merry over the city's attainment
of one-half tbe a^e of Aibauy. Chicago
had a small tire with tatal results, and Harlem
large one without l-?.s of life. Tammany Hall
held Its customary big talk, including a speech
on civil service reform by Senator Vance, and
a antidote in writing irom President Cleveland.
Secretary Whitney generously threw
open his country place lor the enjoyment of bis
official subordinates, and Secretary Manning
celebrated tbe day by start lug for home with a
better color in his cheeks than has been there
for months. Taken as a whole. It was ad good a
Fourth of July as could be expected?on a Filth.
Justice Barrett made a strong point in bis
ftddress to the prisoners con vlcted of boycotting
in New York city, when he declared that
the fact of their being aliens aggravated their
offense. They have actually no rights in this
country. Every privilege accorded them is a
pure matter of courtesy. They sought our
shores as a place of refuge from oppression,
only to become oppressors in their turn. In
this respect they have conducted themselves
worse even than the latxicrs ot .New England
civilization, who came to America i? order to
be able to worship their tj> ?d according to the
dictates of their own consciences, and immediately
began pyr?eeutine an unhappy sect that
differed with them in religious opinion. The
liew Eugiund Puritans had at least faced the
perils of pioneer life; they I.ad founded a colony
and established laws lor their own government,
and the people who settled among them had
the alternative of conforming tueir lives to
thote laws or of finding a home elsewhere. The
case ot the foreigner who comes to this iand of
freedom in order to csca;ie irom the tyranny
exercUed in his own, and tucn attempts to
tyrannize over American citizens, is very different;
and it we reproach the narrow-minded
but brave Puritans of tba seventeenth century
lor their inconsistency, what are we to say ot
the graceless crew ?>i refugees tiiat have
swaruied upon us in the nUv-teenth?
am
The election .returns front the Ilritish boroughs
are dis*oar;tging for the^rlends ol home
rule, but the counties may do better. At all
events. ev?>ry friend of Mr. Gladstone will feel
that the eu>i is not yet. Even it the present
election forces a change of ministry, there is no
telling how soon the new powers In i>owniug
street may tind themselves compelled to appeal
to the people, nor what the result of that appeal
will I*-. .Mr. Gladstone is ble?ed with so elastic
a teraperanu nt that he is not likely to stay
long depressed by his reverses. And, alter all,
the combatant who wins in the long run is
often not the one who scores a series ot brilliant
victories, but the one who doesn't know when
be is whipped.
The common consent with which the press
and public of America condemn the action ot
Uw police authorities of Sew \?>rk city in interfering
with a peaceable meeting of an assembly
of Knights of Labor to hear an address
from General Master Workman I'owJerly cannot
fail to make its impression upon the peraohs
reached by the criticism. Reprobation
Irom such a source and in such a form is a thousand
fold mSre forcible than the rant of an army
ot ignorant demagogues or the explosion of a
ton of dynamite.
.Anticipating Olk Stock
Too large for this ?ea6ou's den.an 1, we have concluded
to offer such low prices 113 will not fail to have
the proper effect.
>oxk OF OUK specialties for this week.
Men's Flannel Stvrts, neat patterns, stripes nud
Cb*cka $1.50; Youth's Klannt-i ueat j atu-ru-,
Mrtpes fccil chwts. H.'25; wi'.h un in m ^nse \uriety
to iwect from, la ail shades.
5o0 doxerj Zepiiyr "Weight scarla, Embroidered
8?k* bpectiu price lye.; o l^r ixh .
AJl-wool Ei%:iali Jersey Under we rfor tLe Summer.
iiathii^ bub Tic , Si. iiJ, Jersey lluuuel.
RubbtS'Bathing Okl?s. ?3<t
lOti do*. India Oauze shirt-. (.".4 t-> 44). 2'jc.
but Dalbrv-gau Shirts, Guc.
W? have kS Silk UmbreiLas , Remnant) 26 inch
willed, ?L?U: r**uiiir price ji'iju.
Beat FrencB I'eic*u?> shirta, with 3E. & W. Collars
wd Cuff:. $1.6o.
Ten |*r <-eut reduction on our tnt restock of light
Derbjs and *.
AUERBACH * RISO.,
623 Pennsylvania avenue,
Wa9hi ugtun, L>. C.
_New 'Entrance on C -st. Jytt
.Pricks Turn To N a reds.
RUN YOUR EYES HOWS THIS COLUMN.
'RAH, FOR THK 4TH Oi JULY!
And then call at
OAK 11 ALL, CORNER lOl H AND F STS.,
And see tft? Clue N<rfoi<t Js' kets at ?3. worth $4.
Norfolk Jacket.-**; $-j. w r:.. -?7Norfc.-k
J.. dtets at 5?>. worth
Kiue Norfui?. Ja<_*.e'.3 and 1'anta at flu, reduced
from
btflMtiiirr Nor'.lK Jut kets aiid $2. worth $.{.
Veersj< ?er < o?us at. J Vnb at flJAJ, 9- and $2.00.
wortii an 1 ? *.
Office l')?u <?t ,ioc., worth .",Oc.
Coats and Vest- in Alpaca, Drap d Ete, PoEgees, at
jr* at.y reduced pr?<-,-s.
Oreat reduction throughout oar entire ->tock oi
Bl'-I>Es!> AND DHh-w SUITS.
I*rtnc,> A.bert Suit- at Jlo, worth J'Jo.
Odd Pants 111 iu.uit ..-'- variety irorn jl.25 up.
WTllte Vesta from 7fx up
>"UK WiiSjTOU
Shirt Waists at 35c., 5Uc., 7Sc. 90c. and $1; best in
the market.
Suits at tZOU, ?4.C?0 and Sl).2?; beat goods ever
shown tor il*- money.
Pol: LOYS 13 TO IS.
A tine assortiueut in Norfolk and Plain Suits must
hedoewd wut ie?tudie*a ol cost.
OAK HALL,
CORNER 10TJI AND F STRLET% jy
Lumber Strike.
UUKk BLSINE.-V5 AND GREATER EFFORTS TO
\VI> IT.
Jio* thus the lluildiug ?tr:ke seem* to t?? settled, we
h*ve (jrti?re>J a v.r.k?" 1jf increased >aie^ <Jar stock
! compel- in a?s rl.neut. <uiU not the
largest. jet we cj?i. > i; >plv auv ortiiu-r> klciuuid as to
WTa.nh > Y . a: <1 tUc u.' r?l extraordinary demand Mi
U> ^I.VLI'1 > aud V .\Rt>.rV. Our prices will be
fMnd to c> uipa. > l?v<?!??;. with any r.elluOle dealers,
wb?u y I A> iil "i auu^i il.I i i ai e considered.
We .o o<j bra. i, .mocio tt?.it we -\ .11 undersell
My ot?e e? tor Mbl .11 Ijw *. any other paj tits, anil
U*e4i reUac. I Lie UuX i at ij i.? iSy .o uiret tiiw price,
but pret r to make 14ua.1t> JujUI'v i..e pncv. We aim
fc> ?evp the best ^uA.it/ ot ail kinds ot Lumbtr that
.an be nroduceti We iu.wlleii?? compari on on
tilKHKY. W 111 1 L Ul.Ulll.KtU OAK,
Oi.dHi.U WNt EE " >R1 >? . 1 ARl I'liON. blhPriSO
and >UK?. I uu.l 11 V1K0IMA h L' URIM..
U?M..j e-l.irgeU our -.hou, ?e now have ail our
Vf< iRK EL> KLO??k.l-Ni;. i,Ki)K(.lA and YlhtjlNlA
J?1-NK under At-r. wiirtr no ra.;i 01 >iauipD?-*ft can
?tTrC\ r. n. > er y Alhi.ii ana :?EAsON.fc.l>
from >i\ ;o twelve m^ntlis ..u -i.cks before it
It l>iJi"?J 01. ->a.? m ^iAJVjN A i.l,' artic.e.
Wf kw?'t> .n sttAn a.1 *>?/c JwoU iin'.uuliJt; 3x14. *4
bo SO tt. Aimi, * ..uiU ui ^trai^I.'. ra uc-vl ?ieor*.a
Flooring. We How uavt a iai_;o ol tU ol
0*>-(^t? ? I. aids dl'v.iiar,:.!!^ Ih. t is p!<>
110 .nee 1 b .h . :.. ? r iiupvflor the tine?t h*
Vet v <mu? I Uin tuai An X.iiiuUiuivUul
Mock oii.y ?-'al?l.~!i t!n- la? t that lor
hla -*aij". vm ? . I1KA ; Vlllr.lt?>, All esltMK?svMtrlul.v
;um?ii?t,tiu4l . uciuii.t* in person 01
by ma.. ;n tnpi . ?:.i?r. r.Hl, v? e l, kt- pleasure la
2jow.uk -*0- ?. ai.o 4- : ? pi.' c~. auetuer a vale iti
ll*?de ui UoL !?.?, none count ct,on.s. ai. 1.57?4.
OR \. * Jc CAIN.
iyit-?,tu.tli-*It'Jp* 14th si.. bf. 11 ami C sis. n.w.
(J HOICK JSTIXK OK
kioUi-'iVt;..nf bUlTIXGS
ami
TKO L b fc R I N Uts.
W. - i r.l.;, Merchant Tailor,
Wii.' IViiti>vlVttiiMaV?luMi
fL<UORT iy' JElO IilNl-KN A.NUCOS 1INKNT
O >OllTil 1 - .'.i( - AN 1.L.IJYl> S. \ OU
?w Y?>rlc. i^outluuui-t' >'. Hr -sn^n. 'll,o ExIrak
strmutia <j| .In* < i.mpaii;. ^.1 < very W K1)N l,>
JAY ai??1 SATlR!<A Y. int .;mc Jj?.-w!ip-rs iunvotli'
aii-plon in lr? than e!^i. .... >ituui.\< w VorK. lliest
Ittiuuen ai??rk i.r.tto<l lor ilii-ir speeU ;t 11 <1 the com
tMlndurjrU |?u c?. '
km i. i)k'j<jl'p i/iO I'n.i i). vsuila ur?..
?plO-J>? vt ai . nctfin. I>. CL
EARLY CLOSING ^S^OTICK.
THE PALAIS ROYAL CLOSES ON SATURDAYS
AT 1 P. M.; OTHKR DAYS ATflP.M.
KX K FKR WWW
NKN F. WWWW
KKN FB WW WW
Ji K X E WW WW
tl KM EEB W W
r.r,n OO OO DDD -ss.
O OOO OO D D g 8
O O O Q Q D D 8SSa
GGOOO OO DD K 3 GOO
OO OO DDD BSS8 ?
Having disposed of oar surplus Summer Stock, the
Palais Royal is enabled to send its buyers to market.
The following were secured last week:
H H A 1TN ? DDD K K m FFF ?.SS?
H HAA NNND D K K w F 5
HHHAANNND D KK FF ?SS?
H H AAA NNND D K K F * 2 H
HA A N NN DDD K K V V 100
dozen Ladies' Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, with
and 1 incti Hemstitched Borders, White, only
l2i?ac., worth 2oc.
Th!s Lot comprises Extra Sheer as well as Extra
Heavy Liu en Handkerchiefs.
75 dozen Ladies' Pure Linen nandkerchleft, with
Fancy Colored, also Black Borders, in New Designs.
12U,c? worth 26c
50 dozen Roys' Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, Woven
Borlers. made extra strong, and especially for
Boys' wear, lU^ic.. worth i5c.
n~ The reason the Palais U yal is enabled to offir
2."Sc IlanUkert hi 'fs for l'Ji^jC- is as follows: Our buyer
has bought of an importer all broken lots of Hand-,
Lrorol.i^fo u hi/?h cam ??? ? > ki? a-? .?rv ^ v
of Hit? goods are soiled, and the designs are the latest, j
The only possible objection that can be raised is, that *
we have only * lew of each pattern.
N.t I* FEB CCO K K
N K C C K K ..
N .V N EE O KK
N NN K C C K K ""
N MM KKE CCO K K
WWW P.EK K RKR
W W W W R AA R R
WW WW EE A A RRR
WW WW E AAA R R
W W KEB A A R R _
125 dozen CHEM1.SF.TTE.S. in representation ot embroidnri
d shirt Fronts, and with dude bow, 50c.
is the usual price, we now cau sell them tor 39c.
each.
75 dozen (.'HILDREX'S Collars, made of superior
l.ace aud Embroidery, ^uiue quality and styles as
usually sold lor :jyc. and 4Kc.. the Palais Royal can
sell for 25c. and not lose money. Take your choice
for "25c.
MM MM 11 TTTT TTTT sSSH .-i
M M .M M II T T 2 s * i
M MM M II T T ?SSa '
M M M II T T K 3 M
M M II T T ?SSs Our
buyer secured last wee'-: 100 dozen Black Silk
Mitts which we offer for IKJc. a pair. These Mitts
are offered to-day by all our competitors for 49a
11 H OO <-RS? n FEE RRR Y Y
H H O O | s II K R R Y Y
H H II O O ?.SS,. li EE HRR YY
HHOOuSllF. ER Y?
H U OO "SS5* U EEE R R Y ?
The only bargain In new goods is 100 dozen Silk
finished lisle Thread Hose, black only, split feet,
44c., usually sold for 59c.
FTT A 5S N ^ -4
F AA NN' N s *
IT A A NSS
F AAA N NN v- $ ?.
F A A N NN
Will be received Wednesday. July 7th. 50 dozen
tJanze Fans. Iland-painted. inlaid sticks, sold usually
for ?1; Palais Royal price 49c.
*s- Th? Palais Royal advertisement comprises this
entire column. jyO
JlEQUISITES
r?- ? ? ??? * - * * **? - *
rui juui ainuiuri ? ai aiii'ii can i>e iuuiiu iu me greatest
variety and at the lowest pnce? at the
PPP At, An Kss?
P P AA L AA II ? 5
PPP A A L A A II ?SS?,
P AAA L AAA II a S
V A A LLU, A A II BSSS
RRR OO V T A L
R R O O Y Y AA L
RRR O O Y IT A A L
UP O O Y AAA L
K U OO Y A A I.LLL ?'Tls
well to prepare for rain: l.adies* Silver Orey
Oossamers for SI.15: Children's for $1; Gents' Rubber
Coal!) for $1.00.
PPP A RRR A =SSo OO T, ?;SS?
P P AA R R AA 2 O O L 2
PPP A A RRR A A BSS?. O O L ?8So
P AAA R R AAA s 2 O O I. K 2
? A A R R A A ah33 OO LLIX ?SSH
are being offered mrch below cost. Colored and
White ^atin l'arasols reduced from f 1.00 and $1.25 to
syc.
White Ratteen Parasols, lace trimme?i.?1.89.
Imported French Novelties at $12.50, $10.50,
$8.TO. a.l reduced to ?.'{.75.
Pongee Suu Umbrellas, with green linings, reduced
tOfcl.'-ii.
Gent-.'Silk Sun Umbrellas, 32.25.
Ladies' silk Sun Umbrellas, $1.25.
FFF A NX X cSSa
F AA NX X 5 8
FF A A N N X BSS?
F AAA N NX b 3 <L
V A A N NN "SS* M
For 39c the Palais Royal offers the Identical styles
sold elsewhere f<?r50c.
Gau.e ia:is iu ttil colors, hand-painted and with embo.v>ed
sticks, are at,Id for 49c.; price elsewhere $1.
JEWELRY?Sea bean bangles, 9c.; Rhine Stone
Collar Buttons isierliug silver), 5c.; Imitation Amber
Jewelry. 25c?not traalu
II It OO RSS? II EE* RRR Y Y
HHOO58IIE RRYY
HHH O O aSS^ II KB P.RR YY
HHOOugHK KR Y
U U OO *68* II KKK R R Y
Black Lisle Hose, silk finished, 4 thread, white split j
feet, 47c, usually sold for 59c.
Black and co ored light weight Cotton Hoae, split
feet, double heels and toes. 44c.. worth 50c.
Superior quality. lij;ht weight Bal. Hose, 25c.
Novelty for seashore and mountain is Bark Bine
Host- with horse shoes, lawn tennla raqueta and other
novel designs stamped in while, $1.48; imported to
9CI1 iUt <7* U |NUi,
UNDERWEAR?Swiss Ribbed Silk Bodices, all
style* am] colors, only 92.48.
<-SS? P tJ W S DDI) RRR n FEE -S8S,
2 a U U NIC N D D R RII R 5 8
I U U N N S D D RRR II KB BSSSq
, - 2U U N I?!? D DR BIIB * 2 _
bbSb UU N NX DDD R H 11 EKB h8SSB ^
SHAWLS of double width, Cashmere, in all colors,
1 91.25.
JERSEYS of Imported stockinette, iaiior made, reduced
from 91.&H to 9L 48.
BUSTL.ES of wire, new patent, 36c
CORSETS of cuivu for summer wear reduced to
50c.
j BOYS' pigue lcllt suits, 2 to 4 years; 25c. win be de1
ducted trom the mariceu price of each garment for the
nex:three days.
BO Y8" flannel shirt waists, all slsee, 85a
r.on FEB NX N TTTT oSSO
O K UN M T S_ ?
O Kg N N N T sSS,j
U C.G K W KJf T a_~S OOO
1KB M UK T "SB8 m
i
REDUCED PRICES.
Travel!i:? or Bicycling Shirts of English flannel, reiluo-zi
from 9J. j5 to >1.17.
Cheviot Wool shirts reduced from |iA0 to
922Tx
EuUre stock of Puff, Knot. Windsor and four-in-hand
scarfs. every scarf satin lined aud this summer's novelti<
s:
Usual prices.... 96, 75, 88, 44, 39c.
KfUncvd to .39. U9, 39,20. 25c.
silk Sun Umbrellas for 9225, worth 92.75.
Sterling .*>j.ver-Headed Caues 75c.. worth 91.
e?rs- ecial io of ?Uk finished Lisle Mall Hose, in the
colon and designs. are oflered Dor 48c. a pair,
Ui.poi't< d to sell for gL 8e? them.
8?-This tutire column belongs to the Mali Royal.
jt'3u
The Storm
last week developed * demand for Rubber CMi It
developed another thing?that there waaan ocumalatloa
of Men's Gossamer CoaU, mostly large Stan,
which will not benr carrying In stock mnoh longer.
These w? have reduced to
' pirnr cents each.
There Is n lot of henry Rubber Talmas, mad* expressly
according to pattern tarnished by ns, fbr police
and horseback use. They cannot be had any!
where else in the United states, but as we want to popular
Ue them for aU purposes, we have oonoiaded to
cat them from the present price.
FIVE DOLLARS
to
three'dollabs.
Robber Department, Third Floor.
Tnke Elevator.
THE STORM
gave ns an opportunity to examine into the state of
oar Cassimere Suit stock for men and hoys, and by
actual count we find we have no overstock, or, in other
words, no more than we legitimately ought to have
for the normal demand during the season. While we
Intend to cut prices here and there in esses where
suits are not moving, so for as we know our mind at
this present, we do not intend to make sweeping reductions.
Those who buy first have the bettaraortr
ment to select Irom.
First Floor.
TUKSTORM
brought more ozone Into the atmosphere and revived
the flagging energies of our salesmen, brought on Irom
AVArttfnvV an/? ?a ?
-? ? "nuu MQ IIVTT ftUll V4 VUU ttUU
tience to show you oar stock of thin goods for warm
weather. They know, and we know, that the stock is
large enough to meet all tastes and to fit all sites, and
low enough in price to suit all buyers.
THE STORM
developed another fact?that our corner to the place
to sell Umbrellas. Bilk, Gloria and Gingham Umbrellas?any
sort you wish?we keep in appropriate quantities
and qualities, either for rain or shine.
TUESTORM
came unexpectedly to Old Frobability, but we are always
ready for everything in the storm line. Storm
clothes are represented by our lines ot Cassiinere and
Cheviot Suits, whose qualities are not unfavorably affected
by any soit of exposure. On the contrary, a
good Cheviot Suit is superior to any barometrical condition.
Try one. Cheap. $10 to $18.
THE STORM.
gave us the chance to look over everything that might
result favorably to buyers. Look in aud see what it
has done lor yon.
SAKS AND COMPANY,
j>"6 300. 302. 304. 300 AND 308 SEVENTH ST.
WE Close at 6 P. M.
SEASONABLE AND DESIRABLE
BARGAINS
IN
ladies' neckwear.
100 dozen of fine new imported FICHUS, really
worth 50c. to $1 each: wo secured the entire importation
aud shall otTer same at the extremely
low price of
222222
Jr ' Kg. c. each,
22 MM
100 doxen large MULL SQUARES, finely embroidered,
very cheap at 00c, our price,
82^22 jit5*
22 c each.
>k?? m5Jm
CCO n H FEB MM MM It
C 0 H H K MMMM II
C HUH EE MMMM II
C C H H K M M M II ?
' Vf U viru u u u , *
KSS~ FEE TTTT TTTT FEB ?;SSo
2 * E T T F 3 a
SSR EE T T EK BSS<4
u2E T TE k 5_
Titi6 EBB 1 T KEB bBSb?.
We were the first In U>e city to Introduce CHEMISETTES
this mmoil We show the largest line
and are the only ones showing the finest (Sldenberg's)
goods made up in extra quality and entirely
new shapes and colors, with cuffs to match
If desired: prices. '2bc. to $1.
Special Ottering of Imported NECK BUCHINOS, in
white, cream, plnlc, blue and cardinal. Imported
by us for summer wear; b.is the appearunce ol
crepe lia.se,costs much let,-, and Is much more durable.
1 Lot at 10c. a vurd: value, 15ft
1 Lot ai 15& u yard; value, -Oc.
Also, 1 Lot Fancy Kuilliugs, always sold at 50c. a
yard, now
*Pa g?5
J! ^C-AYAED.
BL: r - a.lies' All-Linen CAPE COLLARS,
e.u . .1 hi white, black and colors, all sizes,
12 to io inches, real value 35c, our price,
,11 M555
ll 53..
11 C. EACH,
| 111 "m66
I
Greatest Drive In Ladies' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
ever offered In this city.
100 dozen (Jarments, floe muslin, nicely finished,
j torchon lace trimming. Gowns, ttkirts. Chemise,
Druwers, Corset Covers. These goods would be
very cheap at 75c., special price,
TO? (XjOOgQ
"a 5!*c each?
?K?
BBB A - V TJ MM ttM ? RSS=
B B AA U U MMilM " s
BBB A A U U M MM M 8SS,.
B B AAA U U M M M K 2,?
BBB A A UU MUM bBSs?
IvA ???K MS and TV
W ???? WkM MUM A/ WIVVM
Whits Goods Specialty.
We bought? job lot of
wh jtk goods,
2,700 yards,
which we are eel ling at
laViC. end 15a
These good* are sold generally at 90c. ftad 26c.
We are also selling BATINE3 and CRINKLES,
beautiful styles, at 12%c.
PARASOLS reduced to cost to close
BLACK and COLORED SILKS at very low prices.
A Aw LACE SHAWLS and JACKETS left, to be
sold at '26c on the dollar.
JOHNSON * LUTTRELX,
718 Market Space.
Jy6
OUR 90.00 BABY COACH
Redooed to 97.00.
Oar 910.00 BABY COACH
Reduced to 98.00.
Our 911.00 BABY coach
Reduced to 90.00.
Oar 912.00 BABY COACH
I ' ' Reduced to 910.08k
Other COACH KB reduced in proportion.
Headquarters for
LAWS TENNIS, ARCHEBY, CROQUET.
Special rates to debs.
ch. buppert.
jyfl 408405 7th sfc n.w., aear Dst.
rjlEMPLE PHARMACY.
Under its new management,
bee been Remodeled and Refitted. We have a complete
stock of Pure Drugsaud Chemicals, Tollwt
Article and Perfunwrles.
Our New Favorite Wall Fountain, with pore Fruit
Juice bjrrupe.
Moat careful attention given to all prescriptions.
F. ft. WILLIAMS * CO.
F. a WdlUams [jyO-Otj Jso. W. Wraxnta.
T ATHOBEB, BANOEB. >'URN AC Kb AND. MANI
a ly.m at Low Prices. Tin Roofing and Jobbing
1c^mdGK0i II'^aWvKBLVB. 815 7th st. n.w.
W ill C lose Every Evening _
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era who will bear this In mind and make their R0
purchases accordingly.
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We Are Determined ^
Not to carry over to next season any of our ^
present slock of Spring and Summer Goods: ?
hence, shall continue to make extraordinary ^
reductions In order to cause their Instant die- nt
posal. J
To-day we mention both reductions and de- V
partment bargains, which are worth your \
careful consideration.
WASH PABHIC& V
The substitution of one fhbric for another.- by . *
fashion has caused beavv losses to many raer- Y
chants stocked with the unfortunate fabrics.
"Ms a good tiling everybody doesn't follow the -?
dictate* of 1'a.shiou. At customers want \
our famous Striped Crinkled seersuckers. r0
Other fabrics were going to the wall, hence we at]
have marked down ull our ordinary fine ?
Striped and Fancy Chambruys and Seersucker "V
Ginghams iioui l'i'-c. to lOc. per yard, to close T
them out ins
(Second floor; take elevator.) At
A DROP IN SILKS. T
As a special inducement we have dropped the T
price on Figured India und Cliina Silks irom Es
$l.Jo to 7ic. per yard. Ground colors of liiflit Vblue,
piuk. cremn. ecru, white, seal brown and \
navy blue, with handsome, neat figures in rich ?,
combination of two or more colorings. Will u.
make elegant summer evening costumes. Prom _
*1 .23 to 75c. per yard. "1
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT. *
We have just received 25 pieces White fT.
Corded l'ique of an extra quality, being worth V/{
25c.. which we offer at the low price of 17c.
per yard. "V
t First floor; first department.) V
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UWV VALUM A*> 1 anLTi UUVJLW5. *'
lOO 0-4 raw silk fringed Table Covers, only jY
?1.75 each. wi;
lOO 8-4 raw silk fringed Table Covers, only
$3.50 each. \
(Third floor: take elevator.) t
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT. - *We
offer 50doz.ladic8'"opera length" fine lisle
thread Hose (38 Inches long), double at beel "I
and tee. colors, light blue, pink aud drabs, ?
worth $1, only 75c. per pair. 4t
BELT DEPARTMENT. x
This collection is large and varied, comprls- *
iDg many exec-Kent values. clt
2 strap colored < 'an vas Belts, 10c. eaclt m
3strap Cauvas lielts, navy and white, 17c. bu
eacli. Be
Imitation Alligator Colts, in tan color and ^
black, 25c. each. V
Finer goods at 45c., 50c., 62>t>jC., 65c., 75a ?,*
and $1 each.
WE AGAIN REMIND YOU "\
Ot our excellent stock of ladles' brown and
grav Linen Ulsters for traveling purposes, ,
made trom tine material and perfect in shape, ;
tit and tlnisli.
$1.25. $1.75 and $2 each.
(Second floor; lake elevator.)
WniTE GOODS DEPARTMENT. ,
To close out ttiis line we make the following >
extraordinary reduc;l>u: Sn
Canvas Grenadine (cotton, washable), in
white and ecru, excellent quality. \
Regular price 20c. , *
Reduced price..., 12'yC. na
LAL'IES' SUMMER UNDERWEAR. *V
To close out this line we make the following ?
reductions: ^
Ladies' Fine Lisle Thread Undervests, high 04
neck and long sleeves, sizes 28, 30 and :iti. ?
Low neck and short sleeves, in sizes 20, 28, 3U. V
32 and 34.
Regular price $1.25 1,<J
Reduced price .... 75 -w
GLOVE DEPARTMENT. >
We offer the following Summer Bargains in Illi
this department:
Ladies' :>-hut. "Fown's" English Lisle Thread "V
Gloves, in Modes and Li^ht Gray, wortli 25c.. *
only l?c. per pair. ca,
Ladies' Sto< kn.jr top Fine Lisle Thread ""
Gloves, ilnished lingers, colors Light and Dark St:
Tans,worth 38c.,only 15c. porpilr.
Cbiidreii's All-silk" Lace Mitts, in Wood, y
Mode. Tan, Gray, Light Blue, Fink and Cream. "
worth 25c.. only 15c. per pair. , '
For Vacationists?Ladies' t> and 8-but. Mous- *
auetalre suede Uloves. In Light and Lark Tau
shades, for seaside, driving, shopping, etc., "V
O-but.. only 75c.; S.but,, only U5c. per pair. \
NEW EMBROIDER1 fS. <lr
Notwithstanding the fact that we have "1
already a large stock, we have just opened a ^
new line of Swiss Embroideries, which we have
mark-'d at exceptiona ly low prices, viz:
Fine Swiss Embroideries? V
1 to 2 inches wide, only 5c. per yard. \\ i
2 to 4 indies wide, only 7c. per yard. I'l
3 to 0 inches wide, only lOc. per yard. y
to 7 inches wide, only per yard. A
Each and every piece is really worth more ail
money.
(Second floor: take elevator.)
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316-318 seventh street n. W. i
-52 - j
Sattler &) Oa. Baltimore. Proprietors
of the old and well known 1
PICKWICK CLUB WHISKY. J
have a large stock of other tine Rye Whiskies, which o
they oflVrlow.lu bond or free. my81
WANTED?HELP.
T7"ANTED?IMMEDIATELY?A STEADY WO'
T man to cook, wash and iron. Refereace required.
iO 6th st n.w. It*
\T ANTED ? A FIRST-CLASS BARBER. TO
' T Ufce care of a barber shop. Apply at Sou 10th
n-w. It*
\ranted?Woman to wash, iron and
' V <io house work. Apply 630 D at. n.w. It*
IT ANTED-A GOOD DREettMAKER AT 6?3~T>
' V Rt. n. w. Apply between 8 a. ra. and 6 p. m.
ra ROTHERY. It*
*7" anted?a gentleman of oood ad
J dress and good talker, to act as outside salesman:
od arrangement to right man. Room 28, 622 F ?L,
tvveen 9 and 12 am. lt?
it ANTED?A RELIABLE WHITE UIRL. FRlw
t testant. for chumherwork and nurse; must be
!ll recommended. 1004M iss. ave. Jy6-2t*
trANTED?FOR PIANO WAREROOMS HON'
T est. trustworthy Boy, living with parents, to do
neral cieaning work aud errands. Apply at 817
nrket space WM. KN A BE A LO. jyS-'it*
IT ANTED? AGIRLFOROOOK AND GENERAL
V housework; no washing nor ironing: must slay
-lil? aud have good reference. Call at 620 H st n.w.
yy-3t
17"ANTKD-A COMPETENT (WHITE) CHIL'
dren's uurse; American or German preferred.
' '2 B si. s.w., opposite National Museum.
ITANTED-A FIRST-CLASS OUTDOOR TOV
bacco salesman, one acquainted with the city
ide; state amount sahirv expected; give references.
Idrens C. B. A., Star office. JyU-3t?
1TANTED ? Employment Bureau conducted by
Ladies, Cooks. OhambermaMs. Norses. Men
>oks,Wallers, and Assistants, while aud colored; city
d springs. 717 M n.w. DCNDORE AGO. j?14-19t*
ITANTED - A OK KM AN OR FRENCH" GIRL
V or woman to nurse an infant in the country duri
the summer; good home; references required.
Mr ess H. H., Star office. Jy3-2t*
ITANTED-A YOUNG "MAN WITH SOME
V experience aa bookkeeper, to learn the Real
tate Business. Address Box 1, Star office Jy3-2t
\TANTeT)"?OWKS,COOKS,COOKS. SKRVANlVi
T for all housework, scrubbers, laundress. waiters
r resorts, at once. NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT
JREAU.517 7th St. n.w. Jy3-0t?
\t"anted?cooks, dressmakers. chamT
bermaids, nurses, scrubbers, dishwashers, wait
t. iHuies maius; ovuer iieijo; uns unu nortuern cities:
eu until 8 j>. m. 030-0312 F st. n.w., PRICK Jfc
JRNHAM. Je'29-10t?
rr,VKTKD-A COMPETENT WHITE yiSLOF
V (rood character to (lu the rooking, washing und
>ning and liousewor* tor a family of two. man and
fe, resl.lius ir Tnkonia l'ark six miles from city. 011
and (). It. H. References required. Address G. C. K..
ar office. jyJ-3t*
IT AN I ED-A COLORED GIRL OR WOMAN TO
T bo 10 Beltsvilte, M?L, miles out on B A O. It.
. for general housework for a small family. Ad>ss
\V. E. B . St tr office. j\~2 3t*
XT A NTED?A W HI TKOIRL TO DO G K X ERA L
V housework in a family of three; sood wage-. 11.)
Ii st. s.iv.Caoitol Hill. Jy2-3t
\TANTED-A~LIVE ACTIVE MAN NEEDING
\ profitable employment, to represent us in tlils
Vand vicinity. monthly and expenses, or (-omission
it preferred. Goods staple as flour. Everyone
ys. Address STANDAhJJ SILVER WAKE CO..
>ston, Mass. je30-lm
IT AXTiSlJ?COM PET EN T AGENTS TO CANV
vass lor life insurance; liberal compensation.
;0 4V^st. n.w. je25-2w*
XT" ANT E D?AUENTs koR THE N AT ION AL
* Mutual Life Association. Liberal terms. Apply
14-0 F st.
< 24 FRANK J. TIRRITS. Oeneral Manager.
W ANTED?SITU ATI ON rj.~
7"ANTSD?11Y A BSSPBCTABLB COLORED
V girl a Situation as nurse or chambermaid in a
lall family. Apply 1 ??VJT 12thst. n.w. It*
\7"ANTlTn?si 1 CATION BY A RESPECTABLE
white woman to do light housework with her
by: would go a short distance in the country. Cull
Woman's Christian Home, 17iy 13ih at. Citv
ferenee. It*
17" ANTED - BV A FIRST-CLASS DRESSV
maker, a few engagements by the day or week.
3tS K st. n.w. Please cail after 0 p.m. it*
IT ANTED?BY A WHITE GIRL?A SITUAV
tion as nurse or chambermaid; can find no oljjec'ii
to ihecountry. Address Box "JH. star office. It*
\rANTED-R Y~A ItESPECTABLE COLORED
V n'rl, a situation as cijambermaid. nurse or ludies'
md; references furnished; willing to leave city. Cail
1937 11th st. u. w. jy02i*
\TA NT EI)?AN EXPERIENCED CLERK OF
' more than average ability, a rapid penman and
liable ol taking charge of au office, desires Employ- 1
-lit; nest of references. Address CLERK, Box 61,
\r office. jy6-3t*
VrAN TED-BY A FRENCH PROTESTAN'l til l(T.
a situation in a family to teach French and sew, !
lling to take charge of grown children, also to
ivel. Speaks English and <>erman. Good ieferces.
Address N04 !Mh st. n.w. Jy3-2l*
VT ANTED?SITUATION" KY~A COM PETE~NT I
T Welsh girl as nurse and chambermaid. Adess
present employer. Box h7, Star office. Jy.'{-2t*
VA N TED- K NO WN N ATION A L KM PLOYmt'iil
Bureau engages only reliable and cum pent
servants lor any capacity, city and country. Send
your orders. E. H. D1CK.617 Ttiist. n.w. JyS-6t*
VA NT l-:n? PLA( ES FOR COO K8, 2d 61 ItLS,
nurses, ladies' maids, housekeepers and others,
th references, 'flits and other cities and couturv.
tlOEdc BURN HAM. 630-632 F st. n.w. je26-12t*
\TANTED-Wit IT1 N<; TO DO AT NIUHT BY
yoiing man familiar with books and accounts
'1 office duties; good penman; references. Address
IX I, ?;{;? F st. n.w. jy 1-41
1T A NTED-AN E XI' E RIENCEDT E AC H ER OF 1
V English, French and Latin would like to m-ke
engagement in some private school for the enti
gsclioo! year. High testimonials. Address Box
East Capitol station. je'J'J-'Jw*
WANTED?ROOMS.
it ANTED-A GENTLEmXn WOULD Li KffX
largp second-story front unftirnishe.i I'on in in a
let lamily, between 9th and 15th and F and K --is.
Mress p. O. Box 553. It*
Vr ANTED?BY A OKXTLEM AN, 'AIUXIM UN
Jd floor, with Board, east of the Capitol. Adess,
staliug lull particulars, A. U-, S.ar Office. It*
V ANTED ? PERMANENTLY* KV GENTLEman.
In private family, furnished sitting Room
d Chamber, communicating, second or third Hour,
tweeu avenue and II. 13th and ltJili sts. n. w., fur
50 pi*r year, n o ithly advance; reierenoes. Addrt-ss
B. 1)., star office. Jy3-3t?
WANT ED-^HO~U8ES.
\RANTED?A HOUSE A FEW MIlrES IN THE
country, from ten t-> twelve rooms, at nio lerate
lit. Address II. M., J408 K st. jy3-3t';
\T A N TE1)?A n E W iI' JI SE, 10 room S. I n A
gnod iocation northwest; price not over
idress J .., star office. jyB-Iit*
VrANTED?A HOU8E OF TEN BOOMS. IN
thorough repair, every convenience, southern
Iiosure, between 14th and lsth and H and N sts.
w. Address MISs VAN VKANKEN, Int rnal
fv?nue office. Jy3-3t?
\TAX T KlJ-TO BVY~, FOH ISVE.-T M KNT,
'T house, or two adjoining houses, at from $ 1,(KH)
!?2,50o. Owners having same can hear of puraser
by addressing WES 1", star oflice. Jy3-3t*
\TA KTED-THE FOLLOWING HOUSES" FOB
customers: A 'J-story and cellar, liO leet front,
irthwest, not to exceed 91.UUO: also, one for S4.Oi?0,
i i Hjj tol Hill; also, one northwest ol Lafayette
iu?re, iroin $7.0(K> to $10,000; also, a brick house,
h to i5tii and .N to II sts.. 5>7.500; also, a brick bouse
i line of l'ennsyivania ave. or 7th st. cars for sl.boO.
THUS. G. HENSEY,
iy2-4t* luOO F. sl n.w.
7 ANTED?MISCELLANEOUS.
Y anted-an oil stove, florence or
Westlake. Address l., Star office. It*
IfAN I ED?llOltSE. BUtiOY AND HARNESS
<\ for keep during summer months: three-mile
Ive morning and evening; best oi accommodations;
tisfactory references. Address T. H. M., Star office.
jy0-3l*
ITANTED-CHARLIE HONG. Ft KS1' CLASS
if Chinee Laundry, from New York, will open toiy
at 1307 Est. n.w. Goods catied for and deitv ercd.
il work guaranteed to give perteci. satisfaction.
lyO-'it*
VT A-VI'ED-TO EXCHANGE-MARKET OR Exchange
Range or Vapor, Oil or Uas Stoves tor
d ones. BUTLER'S, t*3i 5tu, near K. smoky chini.-ya
cured or uo pay. Old atove* bought and sold
i<ap. jeo-2m?
*7"ANTED?A 16-FoOT COUNTER, AMI TOP
f\ or otherwise, and shelving, same length, three
is high. Apply at 74 1 st. n.w., between 4 and 7
m., for 5 days. Jyti-3t*
17" A.VIEIJ?ONE 25-IlORSE POWER, Aiiso bO?V
horse power Boiler. Address HORaE POWER,
ar office. Jy3-'Jt*
\TA NTED?BROWN'S "J5 CENT BA< <UAUK EX'V
press, Da-gu^e delivered to aud fruin depot and
juiuboat wliarves. orders by postal curd or oliierise
promptly attended to. 124 3d st. s.e. ilu^kja^e
lecked ?t the Uouse. JyWw*
\TANTED?I WILL PAY 10 PEH CENT 1N'V
terest for the loan of $6U for one mouth, uud
ve ljUUO Typewriter,new,and valuable books worth
Hi a- >ecurny. Address, at ouce. Box 3b, star office.
yA-9t*
IrANTtD-TOPUKCHASKOK HIRE A LAKtiE
'V size 'leal. Address CA K1U Kit 14, Cltv Fust
lice. Jy2-3i*
?~ANTfcD-HOKSES TO PASTURE; KKKIINU
hordes a specialty; city references given wheu
quired: will grain leed wheu necessary; can be
en at Price's Mtable, 311 titii sL n.w.: larui on 7th
. road, b miles from city. U. 11. P. CLARK, Slluo,
d. Jyl-lin*
IT AN TED-KNO W N -TH AT CO A RSEH AT RS
IY on the luce are positively obliterated, leaving no
arks. M) i .lectric Needle is the ouiy remedy kuowu
r this hideous detect, seud fur full particulars,
lectric treatments lor ladies and children. Mrs. Or.
ABR1KL. 014 i'itU St., bet. F aud <> sts. Je20-2w?
\TXNTED?sTtSCELLANEOi1? S? AOENCY, 936
f\ F st. n. w.; open dully from b:3U to 6:30, to aid
lyone Who wishes to buy, sell, litre, reut, boirow.
nd, or exchange anything. DAVID S. L. JolIN).\,
Manager. JeU0-2w*
UAK TED ?STEAM CARPET CLEANING;
C V feathers renovated, mattresses made over, torture
steamed, upholstering of all kiuds. Office 142*2
bunsylvauta ave.; iactory corner 5th aud K sts. s.e.
flepiiouecail HO?2. F. H. YoUNUS. ap24-3m*
.IT ANTED?A MONEY MAKING PROFESSION
V for ladies and. gentlemen uf ordinary ability;
arned in three days; just the thing for persons leavig
the departments. Call on P. J. PAYN, Uoomtf,
15 Peuu. ave., until July 1U. jelu-3w
JLTANTED-HORSES TO PA8TUFJC ON UKN
r T E. F. Beale's farm, at *&60 per r*.; also Horses
lute red lor 9& 60 per in. Apply to K.K LAFFERTY,
ay Scales, cor, loth st- and La. ava Jel4-lm
hItanted-seoond-hand furniture,
r V Carpet*. Stoves, Feather Beds, and all kinds ot
lousehold Furniture, for which the highest cash price
111 be paid. Address 11. BaUM, 230 7th st. aw. Te5
lIT"ANTKD?MOTH AND OTHER INSKCTSEXr
T terminated from carpets, tUrniUuv, fUrs, Ac,
y the only process wmcb can kill them, Hot Naptha
us. A. It. CUACE <fe BRO.. 010 Louisiana av.ap2W
[\TANTKD?COMMISSIONER OF DKED8~FOR
TT every State and Territory. NoUry and u. &
ommlssioner. JOHN E. DEALL, 1420 f sL a w.
u office from 0 a. ui. to 6 p. m. Telephone 344-'A 16
[TTANTED?STEAM CARPET CLEANING. NO
VV Whipping by our pro ea. Telephone 116-6. A.
I. CHACE A BRO.. 016 Louisiana ave. ' ap24
i'O R RENT?MISCELLANEOUS
[ilOH RENT?CA.lioraphs. price reduced
D trom SS lo 96 per month during summer, (sold
n Instalment*.) "CALftiRAPH OFFICE." 838 F st.
Jya-dm
FOR RENT?ROOMS.
I^OR Rl XT?TO ONF OR TWO PERSONS, WITH
or without excellent board. a large, dnely ft>r?
nlsbed Front Kooni, <>?y window, Story. lOUt
K st. n. w. summer prices: private fmnliy. It*
17?OR RENT?FRONT ROOM. J-IRteT FX-OOR,
1114 14th at. n.w. Jy?-eo3t*
I^OR RKXT-1335 K ST., L AH J K AND
pieasant Rooms, with board, lommet ratea. Jjr?-3*
IT" >R R1.XT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS 111
stood location. 307 9tb st. n.w. lyO St*
I>OR RENT-ONK SEOOND-STOHY FRONT
1:00m. newly papered and furnished. with or
without board, suitable for oa? or two gwatlsmeu.
flirt M at. n w. Jytt-2t*
I^OTTRENT? IIA X DSOM KLY-FU RN I?H ED SKCS
ond story Front Room, nice bay window, M 3Oit F
B n w. Reut 915 i>ei r.i tli. Jytt-Wt*
l^OR REX I?DELIOHTFUU LABOE ROOMB,
1 nicely furnished. tocoud and third-story front: bay
windowt; larte closets; lunsomi; new house; summer
prices. References. 133U 12th st. n.w. lyS-#?*
yoR RJaX T- FURNISHED-TWO FBlttiT CUR1
ner Rooms, on .second floor: let together or separate:
centra! locatiou.convenieni to Uepartiueuis. rtiu.
cor. 11th and l> sts. n.w, >??*
For rent-a la roe newly and handaomely
furnished front Room, suitable for two kcqtlemen:
gas, bath and attendance: references. 1,3<J
7ll? st. n.w. )y3-3t?
17?OR REXT?PLEASANT. OOOL ROOM? AND
table board: also day board At 17U2 F st, u. w.
Je3- lw?
I~ I^UR RENT-FURNISH ED ROOMS, WITH OOOL)
table board. Large alcove room, second floor.
House kept by a Kfcutucky lady. 72? 0th SL n.W.
Jy3-3t* .
IP OR REST?1906 H ST. X W.. OPPOSITE
Worm lev's, double Parlors in second ftory, and
twosiu-le Rooms. Alto, Front Room in third story;
all newly and uicelv furnished. F: encb and Eujr:lah
spoken. Jy3-3t*
I^OR RENT?A FURNISHED ROOM ON SECOND
floor; convenient t<>cii?rioU and Fat. line; reference
required, lb 5tb at. s.e. Jy3>lt*
I7?OR RENT-145TCORCORAN ST., 4 OK tf VKHY
desirable uufurulshed Rooui-i. newly fitted up:
suitable tor housekeeping; family of two: price according
to room.'* selected; reference* exchanged. Jy3-3t?
I^OR RENT- 034 MASS. AVhlN.W. A LARUE!
limit 11 out basement suitable for a dressmaker;
also, other rooms furnished or uiiAimlshed; rent low
to parties without children. .y.-KJt*
FOR RENT-THREE' FURNISHED ROOMS!
single or double, to gentlemen; uortb and i-ouili
nont. Private lamily. Inquire at WJ7 Xew Viwk
??c. u.jyo*ov'
RRNT -PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOMS,
with or without board, at summer rata*. Apply
nt 2020 G st. n.w. JyJWt*
RENT-FUKNIsHED ROOMS. 1014 15TH
st ii. w? elegantly iurnithed pleasant aud cool
Hoonu, en suite or single; summer prices; berdics
pass door. Jy'iHit*
I/'OH ItKN T?UN HUNISHED ? ENTIRE 8ELond
story: 3 large rooms auu bath: very convolileut
for housekeeping; good neighborhood: pleasant
surroundings; rent lu.v. 14U8?th st. n. w. je'<M-9t*
1JVOR K ENT- A PA RTM ENTS IN THE " R KSf.
deuce ol a private family, suitable lor an official
nt position; southern exposure; cool aud choice location.
Apply at 1301 K st.. Franklin square. Je2y-6t?
IrVJH KENT?AT 1414 ANij UlO K ST. X. W,
large, cool, elegantly furnished Kooms. with or
without board. summer rates. Mis. Gil.INT.
my27-2m*
I^OR l<EN 1 -LAHUE,~ AIRY ROOMS, HAND
somely furnished, at 710 11th st. n w. je20-1 in
I^OKH K.N T - LA ROF.iD-sfo H YTsuVTH-FRONT
room, well-furnished; also hall bedroom with it if
desired: near'J lines of cars. 9O0 O st. n.w. te22-lm
y?OH RENT?Fl. H.N IsH ED AMI U.NFCKNISH1
ed second and third door Room*, witli Board: govei
nmeui reservation tu trout; references exchanged.
1803 tf st. n.w. Je2tf-'JH?
i^OR ft K NT ? EN FUHnTs H ELI. 015 E s*tT N.W..
two large Rooms with private bath; 2d story.
Je7-lm
ITFOH RENT?OFFICES.
IT'OH llENT SEVERAL VERY VuPERIOH
. Ituoms Tor olIice> at 1515 H st. n. w. Apply to Ii.
H. R >BERTSON , Hl*.;1 Estate Broker. ;y2-3t*
I7?OR HE NT?(> F F ICE ROOM? 1ST FLOOR OF
131SI F st.. a ijoinitii; "sun" garble building. Apply
to DODSON & DEEBLE. i>'l-6t
FOR KENT?STOKES.
IjlOB RENT?STORE AND DWEU.IW HOKTB>
east corn, r I2lh and U sts. n.w., suitable tor grocer
v and provision store.
jy3-3t? W. T. ARRICK. 462 La. ave.
1/OR RENT?THE WELL-KNOWN UNDERtafcing
Store of the lute ANTHONY BL'CHLY.
1?12 Pennsylvania ave. n.w. Inquire within. Jy3-3t*
17V >11 RENT?1- IN E NEW (STORE, WITH LA ROE
. plate glass bay wmlows large, airy and light.with
nil modein conveniences 1009 E si. n.w. A growing
business thoroughfare. Apply immediately. Io4o
I'enn. ave. je2??-St
BUSINESS CHANCES.
OO V C ASH WILL BUY ONE HALF INterest
In one of the most prosperous
lunch and -amnle rooms in the city; owner tiaa interest
at sea^i Je, hence partner dc-sired. Address Box
;i?, Star office. Jyt>-2f
\itantkT7-a partner,wi iiiTome meaj<s
\\ aud inllueuce, iu a well-established Real Estate
Bri'Iterate, who can take charge of the oilice branch
ot the business. Address Box 2. Star oftlce. Jy3-2t
J E. FISHER, CAKPENTi-.X AND MTIUMS.
015 Oih st. n.w.. Washington, D. C. Houses
Moved. liaised and Repaired. tieneral Jobbing properly
executed. Ornumeutal Hard Wood Floors.J3-1W*
1.-SOR SALE OR RENT ? HORSEsHOEIME
blacksmith and wheelwright shop. Inquire 2305
Pennsylvania ave. n.w. jy'J-ttt*
17HJR ENCliANCE - VALUABLE BUSINESS
* property ia DesM.lines, lowa. lor property in or
near Washington. Inquire of W. H. MAIN, cor. 3<1
una reuiwyivauia ave.
IjVJR SALE-SEVERAL VKKY DESIRABLE
" Mica Properties" iu Virginia, samples and lull
particulars at
hufxv 4 dyer's.
jf'29-7t 13th a'?l F n.w.
^IVT.V.VI ED?ALL IXTERESTED IN IMPROVED
YV -Mock Cars and iu the .shipment of Live Slock,
and wliu wuh to invest ill stock of this kind, that will
pay, to know that the Burton Mock Car Company, of
Lofton, is the only establisned and recognized company
whose cars are in general use throughout the
I'mted -tates and all foreign conutries. Capital .stock
SoUO.UOO. Cars lullv protected by twenty patents'.
Not an experiment but a demonsti.ited success. Semiannual
d.vtdends paid regularly. Branch offices.
Chicago, Kansas City, Portland, Maine, and Xoriis
Buildim:. Washington, D. C. General offices, 104
Washington si. and Devonshire si., Boston, Mass.
l or fun information regarding stock, dividends, et".,
address,GEO. D. BLltiON. Secy and treasurer, itostun,
Mass. ]ei& lut
SALE-FINK BAKR' ?OM, LARUE POOL
Room (three tabies); dwelling nine rooms, furnished,
with lease: rent low; teruis, one-half cash, balance
In monthly payments extending two years line
business locality; iurechance lor persou desiring to
engage in liquor business. For particulars apply to
Mr WALKER. <3U Louisiana ave. n.w. Jelti-lm
1? H. ROBERTSON." ~
_ij. real fc>tate and insurance brokkr,
1516 II su n.w., cor. Vermont ave..
Loans negotiated; houses rented. iel&-lm*
John" j. bocTueTkkalestate and inuurance
Agent, l'-51 High st., Georgetown, D. C.,
makes a specialty of property in Georgetown and
surrounding country. Vou will lind it to your advau
taue to see me. Telephone call jel J-lm
I^LoRIDA, TUt ITALY OF AMERICA-5U
uagen valuable information?Opportunities for prolitaole
investments; a Home: Orange Grove, Winter
Garnen, Damage ftoui Recent l-'reeze. Published by
Bailey Syndicate, indorsed by leading officials of
Florida. Send six '2c. stamps lor copy to J. F. TUCKER,
Gen. Manager. Brooksvilie. Fla. Je?-liu
vTevenpkr cent!" investments.
O Bonds secured by mortgage ou Real Estate
At z5 per ceuu ot its valuation, by tue
OMAHA LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY,
Omaha, Nebraska.
Hon. a. u. WYMAN, Late Treasurer u.S..President
Interest and Principal Guaranteed and payable at
the*, hemical National bank. New York City.
Loans in sums of irom s.?UU to $5,UUO, running
from three to ti\eyears. Interest pa.\ able semi-annually.
The absolute certainty and security of these
lo..ns command tlmu to the liberal patronage ot
\\ ashington Invest rs.
PARKER ? T0WNSEND,
apl4-3m Washington Agents, 1418 F St. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN.
I HAVE FROM fl.OOO to ?lf?.UU0 TO LOAN ON
teal 1 state securities. CHAP1N BROWN, AttoriH-y-at-Uw,
->'J3 41* si. n.w. Jy0-3t*
?5>C> 000 Sec* rll"0?N REAL ES1ATK
' thos. j. myepj8,
JyU lm 121UF street
Money to loan on real estate
lu sums to suit, at i? and 0 per cent
charles w. handy,
yH-3t itzl F street u.w.
Keal estate and collateral loans
made. Navy and army vouchers cashed. Advances
ou lile Insurance policies and other securities.
Jy3-lm W. li. Dh.MP>fc.Y, 1424 Nsw York eve.
Money to loan?wk can furnish
promptly any amount desired on approved Heal
instate security, iu sums irotn $l,UOO upwards.
(uJU-iui CUTIKK A WlMEll. 14V?3f?t
MONEY TO LOAN ON RKAL ESTATE ?Ei-urity.
at market rules. In suuit of f I.OoU and
over. \V. li. BAKSTOW, ?15 7tU at. n.w. jevJ-Im
\v atiunal lamTand trust companyMoney
to loan ou approved securities?All buslne.-s
prom, tly aud balislactortly transacted. JOiiN
T. Ml it 11 ell, Heal Estate Department, 1214 f m.
my20-3ui
31u.uoo?to loan
?iO.KJ ON K?AL ESTATE
2.000
1.5O0 r?ny27] THOS. E. WAGOAMAN.
Money to loan on" heal ear ate ob
oilier security. Any ainouut desired; lowest Interest;
commissions only one par ceuL R A. PHILlips.
Licensed aud Bonded Heal Estate Broker. 14 US
New York av;. ayWat
Money to loan in bums or not less
than $5,00u, at S per ttut, on flrst-rta? city
property, smaller suiua at ti per cent
r u holtzman, j
(5 Corner loth and r streets northwest |
M~ ~ ONEY TO LOAN
In suui* to null, on approved Real g*>*>* seoorIty,
at lowest rate* or Interest Ctiargsa moderate. No
unnecessary delay. J. V. n. HUYCK,
al5 1606 leimsyl vaala ava
Money to loan
Iu sum* to suit, at lowest rates, on approved real
estate security. FITCH. FOX 6 BROWN,
020 1437 Pennsylvania ava
Money to loan
at lowest bates of interest,
on real estate security.
THOtt. J. FISHER * OCX.
se5 1384 F st a.w.
Money to loan on heal estate at
lowest rates.
DAN ENHOWSR * BON,
ap24 1116 Ft
Money to loan on real estate or
kikht-c'lahh SECURITY EH at lowest rates at
Interest. No delay where the seourlty is eood.
mh30 O. C. OKEENT&O*7U?st Q.W.
GENTLEMEN'S SUITS SCOUHED
AND PRESSED FOB li
Coat* 60 cents. Pants 26 cents. Vests 26 csntt.
Altering and repslrtu dene In best manner.
Goods called for and delivered.
k. l hahn, S
706 Oth St. n.w.
Je21-la* and 42 N. Calvert sc. HsIUmsra
FOR RENT?HOUSES.
ir*oit KENT KV11N18UHX
Am 3fiuty houw on the south ?M#
ofQit, bei we?n ?5th ml l?Uh; !\irni?h**<l throughout j
Complete. Including a Kmtlv I'oiKTfl ?..r?tid ,
Pi* 1,0. do leaae mm.* for i?-?* than om- > oar rt-nt
#135 p?r month. tVr iM-rtuisstoii U> tu*i>ect aud par
ticulanappo to
1'AKKKR A TOWXSKND.
Jy?-2w 14 Ih F ?. ti.w
1- >OH~RKNT^
1934 15th st.. V rooms. ?. m 1.. <st3.
1.k>7 '1 st.. V r(K>Uit a ill L. ?35
22Ut* 12th st., ti rooms a. m. L. $20.
W u. 6 rwouis. ?. tii t.. f'X'i.
1:129 W il, d rwuit. i. m. t., $2.v
__ PARKLK * ruwNSKvn.
Jyeet i4iHK?t.
For rknt-hockk eos n kw jku>ky a vk.
O.W.; 9 rovms moiivrr Improvement*: in kik*I repair.
*39 t*r uioniti.-btoptr ijol Nf* Jct?'> v?' $20
Apply to W. c JoUxhoS. 7lK 13th st. n *. j>tt loi
IJX>R REN r-SEAH Til I CaPITUL. A 1>1 Ml;\
Dieind pleasantly Mtu.tt.d Itrtck l?welll c. nine
rooiiK. utcludlu* bath. 1u3 2d sL u* jeU?*
I^OR RKXT-476 AN L' 47* O ST~N \V Til l? * M
Houwo with >11 uiodora Improvements. Iiiiwre
atlUUUOM. j>-?K!t*
FOR RL.NT-HOCsK 62u R st. ji.k apply
at 622, oex. door. Jjti-2."
FOR REJTT?TWO?T< >RY BI-.U K houhi . 2:1a 1
2d st n w.. ooutiUim 0 rooms bath r??.iu. |
all modern improxt uicuu. Inuu.rt? v,(J. V
SON'S. 621 Psnuaave. jti ^n
INOBRKJTT? '
' N-W Per mo I Jf.W. Pernio
1016 2?d at, 9r *3'. 405 y -l . Tr V25
1108 19th A.lOr S."> 1 <;U V r . ?r 22 "*>
719 lWh si., 10r._ * 2209 14th M lOr 22 50
<>23 (> st.. 2<1 tloor 3 i:<35 V ft.. 6r 22 5<i
528 11th st 6r. :t?) 2211 14lh ?t Hr 22
1415*s'. ,6r 27..Vt l:il5 loth st 7r? 20
HU I. St.. 7r 27.00 1 >tti -,t.. ?.r 2??
8100 VU sv*.. 7r 25: lh2W 12th st.. 6r .0
<
STORES. Per mo. OFFICE*. P?-r Mn
1410 P. at A <lw.. 9r %6*. W<s i , fruit r . 2d fl. *2 '
14U8 P. st'e ?t dw..?r. ..651,472 Ls. *v?-.,re 26A2H..25
102 0, store* d? , 5r ..4< ?WtU <* I'a. ave . r'tull. 25
The above Is only a smail portion of property on mv
book's I-or full list call at oftii-e for bulletin witied ou I
tbtUt and 15th. TJyOj TUOS. E, WAuU.VMA.N.
li'Mn IMI.T r?
J" 1S12X ?C B.w..9r$100 17.WR??t. n.w..7 r* t2T>
421 11 th ?l. n.w., 16rs .90 2*20X st. n.w . ??r? ,
17?3P n.w.llp* W3.34 Trs
1121 14th n.w. 14rs .N3..{4 ?13S I ->t n.w., ??r? s,i
1418 2oth st. u.w.. llr...75 4?*( \V*iti *t
28 Oram Mace. iors.._..75 loi7?lolMX.t upc.r mMi
043 M st, n.w., 12r* 75 OOrt, til - an t til-I i *
170b Put. n.w.. I2r? 7 i> n.e.. Or*. 20.50
1212 X. V. ave.,14r 70 929 X. J. hv.u w.,?ir J(I40
27 Oraut Plaot.tiri 65 4 ?i st. n 0 rs j?t 40 !
1210 <" st . n.w.,Hrv Ho 1104 23d st < r. u.t.i
IHOl 3d 4. n.w.. 1J r? '??? |:<4J U' ?t n.w..Or?- 20 :111 ,
1328 1'ontirnii St.. 1 lrs.5o 80U loth si. n.e.. 7ts l??
409 .Ma ?vt>? II rs.40.50 413 I Itb si s.e . ?>rs i> I
941 Rst. u.w.. 7rs 40 7 to 29 l?efre.-s. or* Imhi
1450 K. I. iive , 7r? 40 Xlchol's :.v. I'D'i'u n.sr. 1 si
30S V ?. n.w., 12r 45 332 m 342 X s.w ??r. 1 ? :.?i
1326 loth st. n.w., Mrs 35 l71H.Mh ?t. n.w.. .Vs 15
ID.-2 15th st. n,w , h rs.,35 -?: jow lu 2215 Ci? \e?.i:i.i
410N. J. av.s.e., 10rs._35 *t..?r 15
31tS H nt. 11. e . 8r 3?l 421 Warner ?t. I1M
1014 7th st. u w l?r 3o 13 Fei ton -t.n.e..5r 12.5<?
1716 14th ht. ii w.. 7r...oO 310 l,i*.An ll?oi
1120 Ctli st. 11.w? t?rs .;<> ;t a 7 t-viiton ?t. 5r 12 ."?<>
l(?OO20l!i st. n.w., lur 3<> :(4 1 M -t.-.w . "?r? I J
Ml3 Krem li ?t.. Or* J7.50 > t < >RH "vV l>\\ Ki.1.1 N'.x
1431 1 Kb st. n.w.. Ors. .25 :? <? imi. ttv , store >ii
103O9th st. n.w .. 6r? .25 2212 11th *1. n.w. 22 ">??
6tH?:Spruce st. 7rs 25 NI2 21^t st. n.w 1??
jytl B. H. WaKNKK a- (II. OIO F?t. n.w.
I^IJU UKXT-A MM; ICt H * M Hol/sil, WITH
all modem improv^ment/i.317 Delaware ?iv.-, 11 < :
lone square frwtu the Capitol; lent #25. Applv 214
11th st. s.w. j . :{-3t*
I^OH RKNY?A TKN U??.M BRICK IK-VUHK.
1" 105th st. u,w IjOUIS 1?. SIlOlM VKI- K,
j.v3-3t t?2o K st. n.w
U?E1BBMT?HOCHB 25 K HT. K. 1.. 111 Id FX
story Brick; ten rooms; modem improvements;
*25 per month. Apply to WM. iiIltXfc.\ , 45<1 l.->uislaua
ave. jy:l-3t?
17M>kRRMT?AQOCHTMT. UttAKD 111 I HEX
eutwuth st. 11 w. between I. and M ?h.>: 640Als?*.
1117; $42.50. hjjcli Ii use tell rooms. Ac
jy3-4t* I" K. l AKM.lt ti3? F St.
I^OK KKX'i-TH IUIh-sT<JKV HKK K, 4 tOi 3D
St. n.w., near Pension ofl.ee: eleven rc-cms ir is.
Wtttttr, bath, range, latrobe nod parlor fre?-<""?l; #65.
J. PltED. K ELLKY. 513 Oth st. n.w. jy {-3i*
I^Olt HtXT-U<?USE. 14:M> S ST." N.VV~: 7 IIOiiMS:
modern ioaprovonieuts; laric* yard& Key at 704 I.
st. n.w. Iy3-2w*
IivjR HFXT?TWOS'IXJKY \XI> BACK lil lLUing
brick iiotise. Just completed; bn\ window,
pressed brick front, w ith parking; all inodei n imp.:
4U? 11 st. u.w. Inquira 10IM .New JeM)' HUM
n ,w. JfMt*
I^Oll UEXT-?IX ROOM W iTil
bath room and ceilar; ail modern imi>ro\einents;
lie .vly papered. OOO U st. n.e. Appiy tttls. J j"3 3t*
IiHMI BBKT-LA KttK iOKVEK-dOOM BUCK'
' corner of 2d and L? sts n.w- . mo<lern improve'
ments: uewly repaired and prio* reduced to Ap"
ply 319 4>?2 st.. or 015 Hth <t. n.w. jy'.Plui
KENT- 1514 30TH M . X.W . FA li'.l- aNI?
very desirable brick dv\elling, <-oiiluitr.ng 2 butli
room-, and all modern improvements.
Apply to THO*. J. 1-MII K4 m,
Jy3-?>t 13 .4 F st. n. w.
I'.^OK HE XT?2 OR 3 "lymMs, XultTIl AM'
south n out; furnished or uiil'urnisbed. tor summer
or longer: cool and desirable, large, shady yard,
at 3221 st. n. w. Jt'Ut*
F*OR rk.vt ItRICK 910 r rs'i'. x.w..m Rooms
and cellar, mod. imp.. #25; buck 1729 stli st. u.
w .. 0 rooms, mod. imp., $20. J. FKEU, KLI.l.l Y.513
9th st. n.w . j> 3-3t"
rent - 916 12TM" st. r. f, m boukh,
. mod. imps.: rent. ?55. 1509 1'ierce P.a< e. 7 roouis,
m >d. impa.; reut $?J7.50. 1 lios. .1 MV1 KS,
Iy3-lm UK K >t. n. w.
IjVIK RENT?725 2lJ ST. X. E , XEW TWO ^ IOKY
six-room RriCK House; water.(as, latrobe. Will
rent cheap to ujod teuant. Key at 145 II st.
?? j? a ai'
I<"V)R RENT?43H 5TH STTN.E.. SI X-RO< >M BAY
. window brick; lutrobe, ratine, hot and rold wiirr:
bath, (L'iti: conmto cellar. Kim. fclh.itu. Kev 42W
same street. Je3-2t*
1*30K "RENT - f EN ROOM IfOl Shi 11 A iX",
water, gas, latrobe, speaking tube; ha h and ^n.-l
neighborhood: larje park. J72M New Jersev ave.
Kent. $20. Apply at lloOl-st. u.w. J>!-3t?
1>OR LEASE AT *1.0<Ml I'KK ANM'M-A
twelve-room modern LI ouse com pleU-lv turuNlied
near l apitol, or will sell the w Uule. Apply at 117 li
hl ?-e. jy
I^ORKENT?NEW SIX ROOM UWELUNU. 2001
1 -ill st. u.w.; gas an d water.
Jy8-St* \V. T. AKIUCK, 402 La. ave.
TJ^OH KENT?
JT 1203 and 1207 U Bt. a. w.
Inquire at 1333 14th st. n.w. JyS-lw*
jx)R KENT-TWO BRICKS* AlioUT TWl.l.Vi:
rooms iach: good repair, 1117 1 >t- n.w . and MUH
New York ave.
JyiKit A I.BERT F. FOX, 920 F st. n.w.
IfOK KENT?CLINTON llol>K, <XJ1IN KK 7TIC
und I st?. 11.w.: ;30 rooms. ^u.table for private ho el
or boarding bouse; rent reasonable for the >uuiiiier.
Key and Information at Union Tea Co., next door.
JyJ-12t*
|^0K ItEXT-NEW s'l'OKK AN!) iTwi l.1.1 N<i
X with cellar: Uiod. imps. 713 O ft. 11. w., :tu door
from market: suitable tor uny business; rent to a ijood
tenant moderate. CllAfi6 >HRKVE, 1125 7ih *t.
a. w. Jy3-3t
1r*OK KENT?1522 PIP.R'EFLACF N.W.. H R'
nlxhed Complete; tieven rm.m- and attic; all m. 1.;
?50; or will rent untarnished fur SW 1J\
Jy3-3t CH As. is. !SH Rfc VK, 1125 7th st. n.w.
L>)K KENT?
r llOu inh n. w.,8r. 141U T St. n.w.. 0r.af20.3t)
H,???Kst.8r.1.st'>re $4?t 2J_'l ' ievelund St.. Or 1H
43<> I 6t. u w., tit M,'.42 4u<> 13tu st. s. w., >r.. In
11JO Md.av. s.w\, lor ..:>u l?i2?>5thst. 11. e., 5r.. in.55
?30 Kreuch <?t, 7r 20.tiO 1<?14 >.? apiiolst.5r.lo <11
5 J-ait'dou Ter., Sr...22.5U 7o4 B'd'y si u.w., store lu
lJ'3-3t* A. 8. CAY Wool), cor. UUi aud K oU u.w.
I~riott rent?
021O n.w., 15r $05 2o3 K st. n.w., 0r...$lb.3o
li>17 Othst. n.w.. Or 25 313 4th st. 11.e.. Or Is
2O10 13th st. n.w.. Or...25 112 l??th st. s.e.. 0r..l0.:t0
S05 11 st. u.e. lor i!Oj li'r Via 27:li >t, 4r...lU.Utl
4274 10ih St. n. w.. 5i ...25| 25 l.lad. road. 5r
bWulUlSlEDT i BitADLEY,
Jy3-3t ?-7 F st. ilw.
v?ob restJ;
?o? Fst. n.w., 15 rooms.? flot
213 li st. n.w., 10 rooms. _... 30
1415 17th n w.t lo rooms 40
12t>5 2otb st. n.w., s rooms
1737 loth Bt. u.w , ? ro. .ui>_ 25
lb02 12th st. n.w., b rooms 25
CHARLES W HAN l'Y,
J.v3-3t M21 F street n.w.
I.^OR R1 NT-1223 T f<T. N W.. VERY DI>IKA.
bis wv?ii-i'uouj brick: mod. imps.; excellent neighborhood.
i'tio* uulv <>25. Key a; 1225. next door.
Apply 015 OUi si. n.w. Jy2 lm
|3uk kkn r-2i.?m a isttn w7i i rooms, mooa;
ern improvements. App.y to the owner, 2413 11
st. a.sr.; key uex t door. jy2-1 ui?
L^OK HI-N T ? 11 A N I'MIME N i W MRU K
X? Dwelling bay window front. 7 room . ail mod
imps., beautiful siiu.aiou, witti terrace iiaiku.K. 1112
E St. s.e. Apply next duo., or t iotij.ug 1'aiace. corner
Hth and 1 sui s e. t\ 2>3t*
l^OR KENT UK SALF-A BKAI'TIFUL itJTX
Inge st Miami l'.ea.saul. t on lulling mi l*rg.rotiliu,
twu iquit; Iroiii iai?: rent sib a month. or
win ?ell lor $2,oUU ou i?-j lenuv
JNO k'. WAWiAMAX.
Je30-1 w t>o4 ami MXi I hi. n.w.
FOK KENT-HAN l)S< IM I. Tli K EE-STORY AND
ba?enieu; driek Duelling. i?*ivc loom*, Urge
ptlitrltnikll I cWti; luuiOiuliiv clwrry and oak man
tels, beveled plate mirrors li.inosoiuelx u <-d vestibule
ami heanhs; < ailiedral ihimiii vvMibuIr <toori>
hii I trAii!?>iii?: complete in every partn ulur. |<? atoi in
VI0IUII]T?I l'upoiil circle. I'VLKKd RL'TMEKl-OKD,
122b 1 si. li.? Jejtf-rtt*
IjH)K RENT?11Y & & ViUtt * O ..
l?,i > Eouisim.it ave.
1317 Kinrsat. n w., 7 rooms, a. tu. i ?;?i.40
141 Dii. ne.,6 rooms, a. m. i-~ 17 ju
1438 1 si. u.w., b room*, a tu. l "JO.IKJ
]?MMm
tVj'lt KENT?TMKEE-8'I OKY UK ICE"IlWELLr
1? lng, JOU N at u.w.; k?y al JU1U N at. u.w.
jel5-lm
If OK RENT?707 E vsT CAPITOL ST., NEWLY
papered ulid painted brick, 8 roouis, Oath, cellar,
range, etc.; ?S>. per uiuii h. Apply to
Jti.4-am TUOti. E. WAbbAM AN. 017 Fat. n.w.
1-^OK KENT?1428 Hll.H si , WKV1' WAMIlNu.
ion, l: roouis ami large store and cellar, with t>alh
room; modern improvement*; good location tor any
buaiueaa luquire of owner, 2413 11 hi. n.w. jelb-lm*
FOK RENT?RESIDENCE 1300 H BT. N. W..
from the 1st of July. Apply to SAM'LS. >HED1?,
400 Otb ?t. n.w. jelw-liu
1r?OK KKNT?KL'KN I8H KD-NO 1 DIPON'T
'Circle, until lately the house of Hon. is. >. * ox.
Tbis bouse is one ol l -e aio?i beautifully situated
dwellings In tbe cltv. baa all modern improvements
and Is iu brsl-ciaas condiUou. l or lurther information
apply to DCLJlNY 4 WU1T1NU.
Ileal Estate Brokers.
Jel4-lm* lsju F st.
??OB IUUT- ,,
JOSH) U st*. 12r $66 1756 S St.. 7r.. m.l.-?22.50
19 H St.. lUrs..m.l 66 34utt N st. Hr.. m.l...U?60
2018 M. lOr., m.l 5U.5U OU5 N. H. av..br ilMI
2102-6 Ust.Mr.,nU..46.50 1U12 2?tli, Or., m. L-22.50
726 20thst,lur. jn.L4i?.50 1413 lOth, 5r 2U.3U
21*7 K st. sr.. m.t...4&5o 1010 2btb. ttr., m.i...2X60
2120 K,8r., at.I. 45.50 llo2 23d st.Ur.,ia..M0.3O
2131 K st., 8r.. m.l...45.6u 11^7 24tn s? brs A)
2109 K st.Wrs... 46 ibib Mst.br... .....20
2721 N St.lOn. 405?? 1224 2*?th si.. 6r lO.JO
1143 21st St., 12T.. _40 1112 1st a e? 5ra. 15
241U Fa. ftre.. 12r....37.5U Rear 2M02 L ?. 4r lo
2126 Lst-. 10T 35.50 1256 22d st. 5r .....15
011 23d st,8r.,m.i 35.50 8i<4 23d st. 6r_ l,t.30
90V 23d st.. Sr., mX.36.50 615^ 'AM *t.5r.. 1L5JJ
2133 Pit, 9r .82.50 Store, 1 <10 F st 10
2127 Lst,7r.jn.L -30 stable rear 2028 U st_...lu
1000 8 st. 7r tstable, tilUO t> 10
2716 M, v>r..m. 1 27.50 SOW 2?ib st, 6r 0.50
5l5^l7 23d.7r L25.50 503 18Ui at. 2r ?
For a f?llil?i art^r to wesouTf A m ILcua..
rwsisaiiHW X907 FWUM^WattUav?. B.W.
FOR RENT- H< >I 'SKS.
IT OH KtM BY liAM NHllWUl * WMI. /
1116 K at. J
N.w. cor. Hth ft. and s C. 1 .Hi >l?di?nn n w.,6r ?1?
?vr ? # . Sr.. at*M?> *4<< ,MV ?.; ?. ? ?r. l?l
IS'Jtt Kit* at n.w.,sr^. :i>. ,, r. #r . 1JV
J.jtiT I1.TW PI . 7r? . -j& n .N.lT a I a4U> at n.? 15
lf>l? ivtr PI . 7r?. . "ATi 'j.< Jarkxin m n t.. &n U) \
Mrts.1 ?v, ntlr UiS V?. ?v. %?.. ?t IU \
VZ1 loMT he n.r -j.> >.t?? k ?t. a.*.. Hi VO
122Ato VJ.i, rvar UJTJ 2Mh?4 10 \
l>t at aw. .Vx . 1- K-x'in- ?'d n,.) ?d U.^rm. \
tjr#-St || II16 Pat.
IXiR RKNT- "
rtH-2 Hal. ?i*. .ViH Cn Ae-orw.f*l
t>s K o. ?.#r,.h?(|i .u;J alri id n ? .tir m
H13 7thaw..?i .tMtii.lu .?<> K at ? ij
Ui li:*. jo3 h. u.w..tlr ,w 1KA'
?S Myrtle n* . tir ni.i..ls|
JySJt* l1U. I'AKK I K. oar. 41% and EKvi*.
IaoKKKNT -'iSH ? H ACAr. RH K*Lll.|a
Krtnic h . in I.. Hi . hiii at . In t U and it n e.. IM
j jlr txh., ni I . M ? l*i. Sidand 4th n * . ywi.
sr. b., ni.L. Mil ?t . h?t. PuitlUua.. ?4 V
4 til. b.h.. IU1, .">lh al.. t<M 4th ?i?d Mil n.? . |'ih
Mr tvh!, m.i.. N?'* Jera. > *vv. Iwi. I fetid K i..w , $44
a ?'?r t. h . m.L. la at. n r.. t-Zft
1 uofculiatisl ? <! Iii?ur.?n alan plauaal by u?
lit Mi ll Kfe.\ A AUA4M.
jyS-lni Wis 1 at n w.
1"aoU KKTT- M
14t?M lothft. flOGG? 1 *20 Corcoran at .lor f.%8
lNotl N. 11. ?v*.. 1M K* < ot. VII avr.H;?J?t..Sr at.
MM 14th at n w.,l4r . l-?4? lUiU'ulin. ?\> W X
l:iJ4\ Y ava.l.'r lift !I2A K ?*. u.a mm ...SC
1 77.1 Maaa. *\?* . 1W ' t'tmn. av . 1't .'<
MnitlioUa tvif., lOO.' IMIi at. ii.w
l-.Jslecnw.il r tCtSS ?. al n.w.llr V
'.'loo Hal. ii w.ior so U ltH?7?5tbal ti w.lt* .M
It'll" X at. u w . 11 r sa..*W, 4.14 *?tU at. ti <* t#r 4t
1S1M 1 at n w\, lllr S3;?4l 14th at r*t d. 4 dwiYa 4C
17 Jo 1 ' * S*l.? at., llr...7'?! .* ?*? W at ?.? t*?
1 H*2 Mill H!. U.W.. 11 ra 1H?>* ?ib ai. IV? . ,1 ?
141.IU at. n. * 7\ 13t?ft t?th at, n.*, Wre ...3t
?j;l i I. u.*.. ?r>r._ 7'> I74ft?*.. 7r - ?
!'IO Ixtli hu u.? l.'ir 7<' 1747 Mat., 7 r ifl
174S N < n.w.. H>r ? .'? J'iU la'.a.w. ??r l*i *
'JOHi lilllyer I'l.. lOr ?Ui Jlu lat aL f.w .?r m.M
?<I.14 H'llver avr., llr..tJ4i Jls lum.ia .t?r 1? M
so j JUt.Hr .in I ,??U IJV4 H al n.w.. .'>rH. 1*
loi4 atitli ?l. u.?.. 17t .&ft 1.141 N II av.iiw.llr-1HUM
AM J. FlMUOt 4 iXX.
jr* K ?traat uurthar?1?
pOK KtNT-BV K T). IIOL1/MA.V
lic?l <<>nn.ava.,12rt fliiO Cpr**'P*. 111ft IV ar |4f
41ft l:tihet..a ore ,s;{.;t;l lAwsm. n a ,W. ^?40
so*? l ^ili at., 1 J r so 114;' 1 ?t . ;IS
1H15 P?. ir. 1 I r ,7.'? siKt l??lh al.. al.ir* .HA
1 7-V? r at. n.w? lt? r.. 7,"? l^.i < 'i.m., sr.... SA
14 i*i N m 7<? 717 i Ml. -t ii w.. 7 r... :tft
l |'.pi .?lti 11th at.ii a ?.* JJJJ 11 at. n.? SO
1 lis N at.. I2r? ?h? UU IV. rc* I'l , lii 2'. 'HI
SO'2 I'.ttll at., lor* .... .V? I4?>.% ('"luiul'ia at , y r. 2h
IMinisK na.l'J rt .V> 7-t<l'Jthat 7r 'J'J
; '! <. ?t n.w? 11 r ?k> I>i*m i>ait uriUivr 'M
1 ? I * 1 st-. flat ....... ;?N IMI l'ithK -jii
I ..W h?t llrs. .V) v.ililf n*r UiW M v*r ill
) >.':> Klih ?... JO r Mi stable rear 1 ^47 iUUi M 14
lull V st.Hr ."ki Cur Tib uud kkU..ol.iim
U4- Fat. il*. ntUce .V?
Kl'KMMNKb.
K nr. IQth?t . 2<>r$4 1?< <ii V ?t.. n'r ?th. lOr .fl.V*
Mt<-itvnrThi?r...3tS.JI!| I5UK. n'rN.Mri ., Ifi4?
l??a< lrcl?\ 1ft r. ?.ni I. aaWJUthiL. I'ir 1 JS
i'?L, n'r l|)ih, Kir , Ka'rlMct. lum !< <
1 *1. iiwlTth, llr I u\?ti? it, iVt* u, sr "v'?
14th. Hear 1, st . llr ._ ???? 'Jil st. U?*WT Pit ax e....... 7i
I.nr. Willi m., Wr hkltM
l'r<>|HTt.vj?Uw>^l with me lor root or sale Is iltx?raUf
iktKt'tl ?-j fttv of cost vt tli* o?ti"r.
1 or u?l > ! | ropertv tor Mir call or tend at
- ?V IC AJ. li< lUT/.M A \ lt>U? ami F ate. *.?.
1/' >K KKXT-rNKl BN IMI I P ?
1 1M-J.'> (oiiii.ava ....|>:i.'aO 7?m 1 rnoinn.t-Vi
V II ?v mi.lSii iimi 17JT lHth -t 45
?KNi 1 at Hft 17-'M IVihat <5
114t? t onu. av?? Liuk i ii< i^hta ._ :tu
Inei'-sidv >?:i :Vt *.,<?lsK?t .13
1 I ->t 75 7??;t 15tli kt.WoiIka 1*. X3
171 4 1h?:?ala?at..
rVltMSntP.
N *t. n> Vt. itp. *.<? ?? 1 ?t.,l>et.W.h arrt?1*t?V25
K, tx'l. 12tti an 1 i:ttli '-! >< y at..tag. 1 :tha.id l4tlil?M>
K . Iv-L 15tlt&liilli..'JUH iM 17th Mkl l>v twin M-IIIU
M?* aw. nr. :JOtli at. ?<.*> MoukIiUhi?. ?..*0
1Mb sl .lxtlli <k L. _!.'?<? ;t?>ili ?t . ..ttj
Hi ant Place.. .....125
HIX'U. F'^X * BROWS.
Jc7 14;i7 IVtm ave. ilw.
FOR SALE? LOTS.
130U KAI.K ? I ( AN OFFKIi A <<UKAT UAK>
A (j?lii In the north?*nni??rn swtion I J I.o'.o only HO
twt d??|i to k11v> . southern vi|iunir?. 1/jl |*.
HHOKklAKI It.UJO 1 at. n w J>?- ?
I '<ilt MAI I \ KKY 1>ENIBABI..E Bni.l'lX?
1 l.oia on Wnll;u h 1'lai I>. tw.en 1 :ltli mi.I 14(li T
ami V ai? u.w. .Mieet uuu> 1 ?Uii. I^ li Iaji IbitM W
alley.
HLFTV A 1IYKR,
Jy?>-4t 1:1th uud F at*.
I^IIK - \i 1 ??IJ m: r ? IM HI> kiiontI
A oil 14tli. Irmwu 1 ami I aLs..bjr l.'Olow de alley
HlKl> <k A?N I II.
Jy?> ;tt KM ami K?tfc
f^<'R i?AI,f \Tu.A ~l I I - -I VHIAI Vi.RV
1 etaoieu locaUoUa at Terra A<jtta, 1 to :!? a. res.
Hill V Jt l>\ t R
jyti-lw ID1I1 uu>l Fate.
1*4 ?R sAI.K-t'Hl Al' |H W?JUI? HlllUlN*. L< ITS
on L st. a *. ^khi acli. ?llX> "*>!?. halai < * $5 or
M<> |>?*i uiolilb. C". 11. I'Akkkll. 4i*au<l 1- rtn a w
JyS-**
LHlIt sAU CHKAf Mi Ml 40 LOTO ON O >1.
1 aw. *2 J.S tacli Term* <>a?v.
C. 11. PAHkKR. ?s
Jy3-:it* 4^? ami K sin. a w.
?A l7l. 4 I-Ul - IN Ml I1I-.AKAM.IIMY
I'fc. l?-r n. aii't 5 li(n tl lie.; slai il vriy rbui'1
lots ou ilacon at near I4th *t J. It llKit I I ?iltll,
14-^14 Fm. _ Jy#-1?*
1*4 #K <AUT" TWO BKATtifi L 1A?1>> A f 1 A*
Wonia fark. oiitetnlnn .!< 'hhi fM-t ot ground.
Jy:l-Jiu Al >l l.> r l?U? ?U N. 14-J6 F *1. n.w.
1!H?B s.\l.l J4 M i l . 1<? IN. Fit" 'N 1', WtfiT
sIiIh hi lWli hi.. ImKmishi IV*nu?>'l vanito av?. and I
st.. 2.WU7 leet, tl.55. Ju.-S. FOHKfcJHT, ttl7 1st, l'i
1*1
l.iUH s A LE - SKVKKA I. VI.HY KK-IHAHI.K
f lots on litth ?t. n ? onlv tsU llrl deep to alley.
1/11 l> r, Mli'KM AKKIl ?. <! K>l nw Jv3-:*?
r^??u NAl.l- .VI A HAlUiAlN A VKKY I>K>IKabie
Lot, :t?\yu, to iU tool klli-y. 1' -<i ixiwi-t u
I'/Ul ani l?lh u.w. l>_?v P. hUOtCM.vKKK.UM
Fat. tt.w.
1/MiK-ALK VA( ANT I.'IT>> ON HTMVI KAVI.
lie.wei'ii it kiKll'sh. nutiabl*' lor huiMiii^ purposes.
it bviUj in a riipn.) iupri'> iul aK'ttuti <1 itv.
)y3 at A I.HI H i t Fox. Witt Fsi. u w.
PuKhAW- llW HK.il IIH I VILLA LOTS UN*
I I'alU-rnoli ?' >., ?v1J.itni?i,r *!?*? NaPoinl I ait
('MuihIk, a l uia.ti gun-, a n.oat d*iitf ull.il kpot. tiv?
u iiiuii-s w-.Uk fi'ulu l\\ Cliy Matum. und nnljr t<*n
iiuiiUii'8 drive Iroui lli* ciiy. uvrr ? Miiilil'd road.
Will be snid <'iieai> and <>ti UionUii* payments. A ra ?
i'liWlr?. Nurlli Washington Krki iu>lk|i* Co , A?> * F
st.U.W. jy.iiit
I^OR SAI.K - A BKAi riH I. LuT AT Ml'.
I'lHiiHkiit, iiiutkiliiiig 3U.IIUU v t til ground, li'kiluiliot-iil
niuuii' tree*. t>nU wuli-r available. lor
?HJO. on i aiy term*: no cutii pa., ui'tul if|>uriy will
build tl ?iniv. A rate oppoitumty. J No. F. \VAi?i.
AM A .V MM ti.d MHi I -t. ii. w . Jy*4R
rViR^AI-l IIAM'M'MI. IMTM ON alsr S?l?
X near O M., at *LiU; i?'?d. in ai w t>l., lit ."hi . iv; :i5tb,
Ufkr > hL, Ml oO Cis. i?. C, i'A V N i A i.O.
jy'JU* told lith ?A__
1.-HJK feALK-WH Ol KKK B\ KUAINS IN IUB
following lots: v
French mi.. b>uveu ttlh and luih u.w.
S si . UKwfi'ii Mill ami H'tli U.K.
!<lb *1. Mhivii Katid *>n.?.
U &L., tM'tmefii 4th aii't 5th n.w.
ltd ?t tx twecn Laud M u.w.
Also, b? a itiru.lv located lotk at Mt. Plf-a? ?nt u4
t oiutiilua Height#. WAl.kLll d W1L~0>*.
Je'JW-lw lnutfKilii.il,
1><>K -ALL 1 W'J lii MKABl.fcTLUlSONL?T,
1 -111 and latii
J ul u W si., ???Ui and Ulst; UO*t?H to wide alley.
_____ A. F. 11 ILL A CO.. lJHi t sL
KAI.E-I HAVK F< ?K SALL MIX LOl^i,
each JOx lUO to Wide aKe\ : aoiiih front uanraitu
IU Qioat luipioi lug liorUoii of tuuiiirn.l W aaliintf'ou.
A Krmi U.ito-.,u ai cent*. Owner, Kooiu 4. 1 H..1
1 C U.w.
roll >Al.l K^TM HI M OF HMMJN ioiohI
borough Uoai. linmediately opposite Secretary
Whitney ? place; ?tlu?;i- house oi ill ro ius ?iiil nutbuildups;
ail oiiimanU iw-autll il v.ew IuhuiiI Hiuo
Kidgc luouiiukiua. l'ric?i %.lu,utxi; otie-lniid cull,
uaiaUiC" one. two and liirt-e J ear-, at li\ e j>e o ut.
AL.-VM?4l UKAI.LK
Jel4-3m 14t ?L
1/OK S A LE? I.?iTS
* L'NI \' I.R-ITY PARK.
ColUiiitilitii t'oiifgv urouDdl
x-vora! tine rnndituns to b<- en*n>-d on thl? ?tl*
duriiiR the suiutuei. )>iicen sure toadvauce. Locailou
elevated. couiuiaiidiiiK a vl.-w of the enllrw city.
VV aier, gm and ?VMu(C, No nn>r? ocairabUi opportutiuy
lor a home orai> inv.-tmvnt
tor pl.?ls ?Uid iiarUciilarfe, .i.untie of
I'AllktKA 10WNVKNI),
JeH-Um
LOSTAND K(JUN D.
c " KKU'AK1>-LII??I-A UALTboL lIU ?J\
Vt) Kii.clits Teuipiar bwd^ei. Heluru to J.C. Al>i
i *? IN,SIS wtii at. If
IOb i -J I N i. aiTTPAIR EVK<iUl? iTwiTM
A CliaiU a^iailied. ICeturn to li41 f A b.
a i mahv rewaul I**
Josi OH bTHAVIOJ A WAY FROM ABU' T
j loili atid V kUt.. ou Sunday iu(.rulii|[ a small
blai a i uppN Hound, about it* loot ultfh. ?6 n??*wid
m ill o? ixud by returuiuit to
?. T. JON COB.
It* WJV 12U) at. ?> ?.
J??ST-AX~AMT"i HYST 8' A lit ?v .A UIV
^erai reward will Ik- ^.h en U returned IM JO' Vth nt.
U.M. it*
Jt?T A ti< >l^L* 111:K A >TFIX i'X MuKUif
eii.tig, Jui> &Ui. eillier tu lierdic cuhuk Iioiu
l~.?t t apitoi lu loili ?i uii! la ?vf. or on i.?tli ?u,
I'*, kv?*. Mini K >U A ouilMtk rc??ril will IM
paid li rviumed to it *t i> w _ ll*
w>|n KI.WAU1>-L'i OX IXHT.. BK1>
J \_f Leather I'ocki'.liuiili; William II- Barti?a
ii..,r?i'j on iiiMd- . .thi>verr?ufil*ililM paid If iell
??iili content* at IHW* 1 at. ii. w. It*
It tti I >?1 LK IM bKl.LLA, 1N~ CVVKIt. Willi
a iiwur ?iid atMri-a* of ?>w ner on (old i*i.U f?ulta*
ble reward U huu? la returned lo U?e Clerk M'-uop
lutu dull. j.o-ai*
L~0*T - MOMMY, JULY ftTH. OOI.I* biua>
let w itli three Han ,;!? ? attached. k'lmXw pl--aa< f?
turn to War other aiul rvorlvc reward.
Lc ?>1 H>S SATl'KllAY l.AKT. Bl.TWKEX UM)
3 o'clock, a large envelop*- con tannine it promts
tory notes ol |X.UU(i each, together ? tui oilier laix-n,
all of which are w ithoul vaiue ccoapt to tlie owner.
'1 lie tinder will |>>?aM: U ave them at I lie UllMU't NaUonal
bank anil l>e favorabl) rewarded. jjb-'-it*
^TBA YEl>?OOW.OOLOK YXLU>Wlt>H BliOWX,
0 with black |?olnU; hornx an wed off at end, one m
liale aliorler than tlie oilier. lJberal reward ft?r bar
return to it r*. TlXULk. sprloi at. ruad. Jjt^ilt*
LUHT-W 1U V Y lioLU ?LA1. ?
uiawle. 1 uitler auiiaol} rewarded W. H. H UtS.
IUU1 K at ii.w. Je3Q-1 w*
BOARDING.
l7?Arr fit.VW. - FVKMlllUU) BOOM*
JOUO l""'1' Board. Matialactor> reference*
given aiiu required. Je'JM-Jtw*
in I | inn nr. x. w., hamdwimk ko>m?
1 \ / i "dr and Table Board lor geuaetueu lu Jeuarv
uie.iis: moderate eti?rjfew Jytt-il*
BOA Kit. IX BUBTOX, MAIM.. IX PBIVATB
lanill}. during July, Auburn and September; location
excellent: reference* exchanged. Adurr ? (Hll
'1 remoiil ft.. Bunion J)#** I
rpBANSlfcXT* KroPl'IXO OVKK IX NKf
A York oati find Boouia with ttrat elan* Table at no
irvl?? Place. near L uiou aquare. Moderate prion.
DUUMMT ftOOMH, rUKNlHMEU AX~1) I X1
furiilai.atl.wlUi Board, at 314 aud Sit> Indiana
ave. u
a^Ht LOCH I EL HOC8K, 6111 WTH HT. K. W? ^
.and the La Pierre,a.w oor.loth and Ln.w.jtreUia 1
beat conducted Buardtna houaea In Uieiity. Table tlrw I
dual plwaaanl nawiia Taruia tuoderata. wci; I

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