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THE EVENING STAB
WASHINGTON:
*'RII? IV 8. WM.
4KO?BYS. s#jr^ MUf.
The EtcoIbc Star hu ? rccalar. permanent
fconn flde d?il| circulation more tban
treble that of ur otber dailjr paper published
In Washington, nod *?iual t? that of
nil the other dally papers here added
together.
Nalnrday AivertUlag.
Advertisers will confer a favor by banding in
their announcement* a* early as possible for
tomorrow's sixty-four column Star, in order
to Insure insertion and proper classification.
The war fever, alter raging with some virulence
for the space ol four or live days, baa
begun to moderate. As the facts in the cane
become more generally understood. It is seen
that they afford a very slender excuse for so
serious au act a* the plunging ot two nations
into a war. I'ubhc opinion in Mexico, as well
as in the United states, alter the first outburst
ol temper has bad time to subside, will never
sanction such a course. Ho far as tne abused,
bat rather exasperating, (Jutting Is concerned,
late accounts suggest the opinion that before
he gets tbiough with it he may find himself
amenable to legal discipline on both sides of
the border, and may yet have an opportunity
of comparing the relative comforts and discouiioru
ol Texan and Mexican jails.
Meauwhtie. the conservative policy of our
government In respect to the matter is praiseworthy.
The United States wants to pick do
Igbt with Mexico. Our citizens have many interests
at stake ilk that country, in the way ol
railroads, mines, and miscellaneous trade.
Thero Interests are constantly increasing in
number and importance, and it would be the
height of lolly to imperil them for anything
short of an imperative necessity. The warlike
souls who are for invading our neighbor's territory
at once, evince a courage which appears
to be partly due to their conviction that In such
g contest this country would be much the
strouger and would make short work of the
enemy, but it must be remembered that in
tbu event of a war with Mexico that country
would be likely to receive assistance Irom soma
of the European powers. Germany Is not
efpecially friendiy to us, aud is uu the lookout
all the wlnle for opportunities to "cut into'
Ainericun trade. The Germans, for instaace,
stand ready to seize our liawaiian advantages
tbe muniLiit we relinquish them; and they
would not be slow to secure a tinner foothold in
Mexico if they could do so. Very likely our
Englishcouains might "take a band in" also, as
cousins have been known to do sometimes. In
other words, war is a dangerous game, which
more than two can play at, aud which sensible
lolks will keep out of as long as they can.
The refusal of Congress to take official notice of
the Mexican troubles, by the way, was noticeable
and significant. This is a peaceable nation,
and can take care of its honor in mora ways
than one.
Amid all the ridicule and criticism lavished
upou Congress 011 account of its tardiness and
lack of enterprise, this session, there is certainly
some room lor praise. Whatever may be said
in toe way ot Ui?paragemant ou other grounds,
tbe present Congress cannot be called corrupt.
Tbe democrats of the House have not been as
successful as they hoped and wished in perfecting
important legislation or in reducing expenses.
but they can boast with truth that generally
they have kept uu worthy outside influences
at arm's length. On the whole, the
tendency of the session has been toward reform.
The lobby lias been usually repulsed. The Pacific
railroad rings have had "hard sledding,"
and the land and cattle and bogus butler monopolies
as well. Another change for the better
was noticeable on Wednesday last, and elicited
many expressions ot congratulation, namely,
the omission of the usual "night session"on the
eve of adjournment, which has always produced
a lamentable scene of disorder, and sometimes
positively disgraceful consequences. The
credit of this reform is due iu a great measure
to the President, whose very proper determination
not to go to the Capitol to sign bills on tbe
last night of tbe session made it useless for tbe
two bouses to sit in the evening, and took away
the customary opportunity lor indulging in
horseplay while awaiting executive action. As
tbe second session is always short aud definitely
limited, a night session on the 3d of March
can hardly be avoided; but it cau be and should
be omitted at tbe end oI the long session, as it
was this year.
Signs are multiplying, in tbe west, indicative
of the prospective entrance of the labor organizations
into the field of party politics. This
event has been expected for a long time, and
nothing could be more natural. When any association
or class ot men becomes strong enough
la numbers to exercise au appreciable influence
*?r? tktA f* * ? ? *- *
mjc uahvi'ima, ib is sure 10 uecome A poiill al
factor, and otten holds the balance of power.
If the labor assemblies should erect themselves
Into an independent party, they would constitute
a very important element in the body
politic, and wouid very likely cause a readjustment
of party lines and principles. But, judging
from the way in which they have mismanaged
their own private affairs, they will not be likely
to act in national politics with sufficient cohesion
and intelligence to secure success. Politics
is a delicate game, and the most skillful
adepts in it make u?e of mild, quiet, persuasive
methods, and eschew ail sorts of violence. Dynamite
can destroy a whole city, and strikes
and boycotts may ruin the most extensive industries,
but they are not strong enough to
Aomlnate the ballot-box.
The next event of interest in the political
Aeld will be the autumn elections of members
if the Fiftieth Congress, burmises are indulged
In to the effect that the next House ol Representatives
will coniain a majority of republicans.
There does not seem to be sufficient
reason lor this opinion. To bring about such a
change the republicans would have to gain
nearly twenty-five districts, and a calm survey
of the situation indicates that they cannot secure
wort than hall that number. Besides, no
vigorous canvass is to be made, judging from
present appearances. It seems incredible, but
it is strictly true in the present case, that
neither party really wants the next House; in
fact, each woulu a little rather lose than gain
control of 11 Experience shows that the party
in opposition in Cobgre?* usually has somewhat
otau advaulage iu a presidential campaign.
Because Mr. Gladstone goes over to the continent
tor rest, after his recent arduous experience,
they are whispering that he has retired
from public life. The wish is probably lather
to the thought. Mr. Gladstone is one of the
men who may be depended on to die In harness.
Ue will nexerDe "downed" until he is dead.
Inexorable age, however, is stealing upon him,
and it u a pertinent and somewhat solemnising
question as to who will be his successor as
leader of the liberals.
The resolutions passed by the Kansas democratic
convention yesterday seem to have been
unwillingly * loaded lor bar," as the oid
hunter phrased it, in declaring that ** the military
power ol the whole nation should be used
If necessary to protect the humblest American
citizen in all rights guaranteed L>y our Constitution."
When republican conventions send
jut that sort or thing it is liable to be called
** waving the bloody shirt."
-
Friends of Governor Hill have started the
tory that he is to be Mr. Tilden's political heir,
rhe implication is that the Governor is to be
;>romoted to the p<>si;ion ol first fiddle in the
lemocratic orchestra, while the President will
de relegated to the humbler ranks of the second
violins. A contest over thi* will may be confide
ntly expected. Xew York Is a big state, but
lint flits - ? ** * -* *'
y-m ' V. t ? V atJUJOCfUUC CaUiaiUaUfs
lur the presia ucy.
Tb? atturviuai trhiU ut Uiii^o ?wui to be
flfxUug uul Vhe ri^ortu ?>( the proceediugs (five
Ui? liuprwiou thut the actowi are ainot>g the
xilUK'sWuitunered Inhabitants ot tiiut tueelt
?ii?l basotal city.
MKATS
m> At Hard Time Prices.
Coui?* J.*' ryt>o<ly and uet low Meutfl.
Porter Hoipm.- >u-?k .....15c.
Miiuia> 1 Ac
Icinlaluin ? ? 15c
Hio K(Wh b*-tt 13c.
<iuod Roast lieef loc.
Klb steak lUc:
itwund liteak. ...J'Zc.
lor loiDa. lur 91.;
Coi? Beet Oc.
So ip ? UC.
AU VukKlli| House at loo. I -i.-.fi.
v.ouie 10 *21 and 9r?i #th street sxlnx.
lit 1 mf ceutet jiiirtwt.
TtX'K
SKT S1IIHT* AND DK4 WKRS.
JACKOM.T DKAWKl!!*. ( UKS.% 1>I NK hlARka,
mltlthi *>r the but >JM.-1:.
W. 3. TKEL,
-J? Mio iViinnvivaiiia avt-inje.
GO T"> QEO. R. W.VLKKU I Oil MO.MMtyj'At
tirauue Vf.>rV: test isrilihes in u ns^m*;oti tar
?*.?*. (Jft.cv aild Y<?rd "??r_ to 7?>? :>???ti? 1 apito*
L. Ut lew ol v>w\ciuaunA friaiuw uilun. aiVJ7
? Dowti
Don't be a dam. tod continue to pay exorbitant
prices for your Clothes when we are offering the finest
kinds of Men's and Boy* Clothing for priow usually
, charged for the moat Interior grades.
The silent eloquence of oar show windows tells the
story of our goods and prices for better than aay words
o! ours. I
mo
is the price we nam for your choice of 50 different
patterns of all Wool "Breeches," "Pantaloons,"
"Trousers" or whatever name you wish to give those
most indispensable garments. Oars m correct in
style and faultless la fit.
fa 50
is only arlaeof 60c., bat for this amount we oflbr yoa
your choice of thirty different patterns of Pantaloons?
the equal in point of artistic merit of anything ever
sold in these parts for f5.
thbITjkxt.
For $4.50,95 and 96 we show you quite alarge variety
of English, French and German Casalmere Trou*
ers to select from. It is needless to say that as regards
style they are "en regie."
Notice oar Thin Bummer Goods, with prices attached,
as exhibited in our windows, such as Seersucker
Coats and Vests and Norfolk Jackets at 91.50.
Catch on to the elegant colors In Silk Coats and Vests
which are now goiug at 93.50 and 94. We will have
no use for lb em after the season Is over, so we're
marked them down to prices which will make them
| move while "Old Sol" Is master of the field. If yon
postpone your purchase u week longer you're liable to
get leA, aa first come first served.
THE GOLDEN EAGLE CLOTHINQ COMPANY,
K.W. CORNER OF 7TH AND D 8T3.
- . *
J. M. GRADY, Manager,
aufi ULL BLUE SIGNS.)
Stock Taking
Is about over and the result reached
VERY GRATIFYING.
The thorough examination of goods incident to
stock taking developed Instances of bene&ction to
our friends and customers. We Will give you a few
examples. The
THREE WARM DAYS '
last week induced such a rush for thin goods that we
could scarcely give complete attention to all seekers;
in feet, on Saturday oue hundred persons must have
gore away unwaited on. It may (urn warm againmust
turn warm again, and then you will want a
SEERSUCKER COAT AMD VESTWe
do not intend to carry ours over to next season, so
we take all our best crinkles, which we flatter our- i
selves cannot be equaled elsewhere in respect to either
fit or workmanship, and mark them from
S3 DOWN TO fZ
Look at them in the south southeast window. Stock
taking showed us also where we could make another
reduction for the benefit of i
OUR CUSTOMERS 1
as well as ourselves. Five dollar trowsers are always
in demand, so we took all our Edward Harris
trowsers, made in our own shop, and reduced them
FROM #7" TO $6.
No better wearing or fitting trowsers in the world.
In going through the slock we find several hundred
pair of trowsers formerly belonging in suits, from
which the coats and vests have been sold away.
Among them arc about (wo hundred pair of flne
worsted trowsers, well worth eight and nine dollars,
which w? now remark
ta
In so lance a stock as our* we scarcely ever tall to fit a
customer, even at this season, when the stock Is near
the last of ebtx borne idea may be gained of its magnitude
when we relate that it takes about three thousand
dollars worth ol stock to 811 our show windows
when properly displayed.
THE CASSIMERE
8UIT~BTOCK
is whittled down to unusual proportions, and that is
the only part of our stock that we fear to call your
attention to. But If we cannot lit you In a strictly
Cassimere suit, there are tbe worsted and flannel
suits as a
LAST RESORT.
We have made everything, prices included, aa agreeable
as possible.
8AKS ANDmCOMPANY,
SEVENTH STREET AND MARKET SPACE.
au6
The Hoad To Economy,
THE ROAD TO WEALTH AND HAPPINESS,
Is the Road to
CORNER 10TH AND F STREETS,
Where OAK HALL sells Fine Clothing tor leaamoney
than was ever attempted before.
For Boys 5 to 13?Shirt Waists which sold at 35 and
50c. , uow '25c
bhirt Waists which sold at 75c.80c.and?l, uow50c
Odd rant* from 50c. up.
Jackets aud Pants from $1.75 up.
For Boys 13 to 18-Sacks, Cutaway aud Norfolk
Suns at about &Oc. on the dollar.
For Men and Youtbs'?Good Business Suits at fQjSQ
reduced from $10.
All-wool Cheviot Suits at $750. reduced (ropa $13
Blue Flannel Suits at $<i50, reduced from $10.
Best Blue Flannel Suits at $10, reduced from $16.
Corkscrew Suits at $10, reduced from $15.
Prince Albert Suiu at $15, reduced from $3Sk
Prince Albert Suits at $18.50, reduced from $27.
Seersucker Coats and Vesta at $1. reduced from
$1.50.
Seersucker Coats and Vests at $2, reduced from
fdUM.
Norfolk Jackets at $5. reduc^jj from $9.
Pongee Coals and Vests at $3, reduced from ?5.
Mohair Coals and Vests at $5, reduced from $7.50l
Serye Couts and Vests at $5. reduced from $8.
Office Coats at 'J5 cents, reduced from 50l
Aljxica. I>rap d'Eie. Mohair Coals and Vesta, regardless
of cost t.
While Vests, from 75 cents up.
**ants iiou $1.25 up. At
PA K HALL,
CORN tE 1UTB AND F S^BEET3. au6
SKVJWXTH STREET Piuis IioYil
Are Exhibiting the Newest Styles ill RIBBONS.
Cupe May Ribbons. rictit Edge.
4-lpeh Ulock !;i?>bon 1'icot Elfi*-. 36c.
4-inch Sa.sU Riubon vctj ttiic. :f2c.. gnod value "U 40c.
5-iu. Newport <trip? h?*h itibtiun. rfcot edge, 00c. yd.
tiros gram ?U^? Kibboii.
tan e<b?e Kibbon,a novelty.
All widths aud colors in ^alin mxi tiroa-gratai itlbbon,
(Inequality. at l^wnit Price*.
ot oj Hamburg Killings flroui 5c. yard up.
4- it cit skirting.
Ladies' Muslin DrHMers. ^ool quality, 2 iu.hein, three
tnckn. 25c. patr.
Ladiea' Chemise trimmed Turdiuu Lace, 25c. each.
LaaicV due quality Unslin Drawm, HanbuicMt?
8 . j tucks, only 00C.
Ladies due uuaiUy .Muslin Cfcenihte. square ueck,
tucked and Hamburg Yoke 3uu.
Ladles' Canlblii.- tv>r*et f'?>ver-?, square neck, Hunl/ur^
trimming, 43c.. 50c.. OUc. and 69c.
Each quality a bargain. '
Do not forget our ?nr unfteciied assortment of Spanish
Uuipure una kxurlal Lwhw and l-'lounciugs,
Asia swo? ?"?
and m^huios.
We ck.se at 7 p. m.. 8u:urdajr excepted.
SEVENTH STREET PALAIS
autt 9U Jt* Street. BeC I awd JC p.w.
ANTEAND HIS CHRC^C, BY pA^TE Q. RpS^
-*nnta tiuroura and Around There, brR.C Ford.
tioWfn ijrtM.x rrtv, by im. ?*hil|p Gilbert Hammer
toil. Ml*, lfntiudas opportu?l)r,t>y Helen CMntfeefc
Kear Guard of the KeToiatldti. by kdmuad Klrke.
Won by WaiUiit. by fcloa LyalL
T. b/ otoAton-^
Acquitfntaace, ky^/S^icrwelia. |
Saturdays. W e Closk 1 I31, M.
DURING AUGUST.
The success or lhllure of the "Early Closing" of
stores rests Mtirelf wHh the porebutnc public.
We bee our customer* to call earlier in the day If
poeeible, la order to avoid the rash between 13 and 1
o'clock.
WOODWARD LOTHROP.
D ON't THIWK FOR A -Moment,
because we have taken inventory of stock, that the
season is over, for It Isn't. Washington is foil of tardy
shoppers, and in this instance they get paid lor the
waiting, as we are letting lots of good things go for
much less than regular prices.
To-day it i? Ladies' Neckwear, and we have reduced
"flrtol Ladles' Fine White Mull Fichus. Reduced,'
to close, from 50c. to 37)40. each.
1 lot of Children's Percale Collars, in wide and narrow
stripes and small checks. Reduced, to close, from
10 to 8c. each
1 lot of Ladies' Colored Percale Sets (Collar and
Cuflsj, P|uk, Blue aud Black Clustered Pin Stripes.
Reduced, to close, from 17 to 14c: per set.
Toorist Ruchiiig (6 yards in a neat paper box).
Wortb 25. Only 20c per box
3 fujl-rOw Muslin Ruchiog. Worth 12i?c. per yard.
Only 9c. 3 yards <br *5c.
Tills department is tttll of bargains in Whits, Cream,
Beige and Black Laces aud Flouncing*
(Second floor; take elevator.)
WOODWARD ?fc LOTHROP.
Our M EN'3 "Wear
DEPARTMENT
WUl move about September 1st to 1018 F street, as
previously announced, and we are using extra efforts
to sell out entirely the present stock, as we propose
opening the new store with au entirely new stock of
Mali and Winter Men's Furnishings. To accomplish
the disposal of the stock bow on hand we make the
following additioual reductions:
1 Lot, about 10 dozen, Men's Teck and Puff Scarfs,
white and light ground colors, with neat tiuures. Were
25c. each. Removal price 10c. each; 3 tor 25c
We give you Three for the price of One.
1 Lot of Men s Silk Finished Suspenders, bright
colors, excellent quality. Were 50c. Removal price,
37fec. per pair.
1 Lot of Men's Fancv Htrioed Half H<wu> iror><1
Suality, bad colore. W?re 26c. ketuoval price, ? or
pair tor 50c.
1 Lot of Men's Fine Lisle Thread Half Hose, in
black, navy blue and seal brown. Were 85c. .'Removal
price. A pair for A grand bargain.
1 Lot of Men's Short-sleeve Gnosamer Undershirts.
Were 5Uc. Removal price, each.
1 Ix)t of Men's extra-tine Gauze Undershirts, long
and short sleeves. Were 75c. Removal price, 60c.
1 Lot of Men's Long sleeve Fine Lisje Thread Undershirts.
Were $L25. Removal price, 76c.
1 Lot of Men's extra-tine "Feather-weight" checked
Nainsook Drawers. Were 75c. per pair. Removal
price, 60c.
1 Lot of Men's Jersey Wool Bathing Suits, also suitable
for rowing; two shades of bine, one citrdinal and
white. Were$2.50 per suit Hemoval price, ?>2.
Remember, we have less than a month to close 91ft
this department, hence call early and often.
(First floor, near door.)
WOODWARO* A LOTHROP.
We Have Built A Trade
? *
on "I.C." Corsets in this city second to none, and we
conscientiously recommend It to our customers as the
best fitting, best finished, and best wearing Corset In
the market at the price.
We admit that It is only natural that one should
praise one's own wares, bnt in this instance commendation
from us is uunecesaaty, It only requiring a trial
to convince yon of their intrinsic merit.
Celebrated "LCL1' Cutsets, in white and colors, only
$1.50 per pair.
Celebrated "LC." "Short Waists" Corsets,only t$1.75
per pair.
Celebrated "I. C." Satteen Corsets, three different
lengths of waists, otherwise equally proportioned,
only $2.26 per pair.
Celebrated ''LC." Abdominal Corsets, only $2.75
per pair.
If you want to pay 60c., 75c., $1.00 or $5.00 tor a
Corset, we promise to give you from this stock tbe
best one that price will buy, either In this city or elsewhere.
(Second floor: take elevator.)
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
"W"E ARE OBLIGED TO J?EEP
our stock full, be it in or out of season; hence we are
showing to-day equally as good values in Luce Mitts
as have been offered this season. We quote as follow-:
L.ce-WrWt Silk Mitts, in Browns, Tans, Wood,
Mode, Ecru aud Cardinal.
tf-buttun Lt-ngth, only 22c. per pair.
S-bution Length only 40C. per pair.
Invisible Ribbed Mitts in Light Tun aud Black.
8-button Length, only 46c. per pair.
Lace-Wrist ."silk Mitts, Jersey hand: colors. Fawn.
Golden Brown, Pink, Light Blue. Cardinal, Tans and
Black.
S-Uuttou Length. 45 and 59c. pet pair.
Misses' I .ace Mitts, in all the fashionable shudes, two
qualities, only 15 and 25c. tier pair.
We are showing equally as good bargains in Lisle
Thread and Silk Glove*.
au6 WOODWARD <k LOTH HOP.
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Our 91-00 Famous Utica Shirts, reinforced, 3100
Linen Bosoms, Bauds and Wrhtb&nds, at
55555
W?|JJ QQ Q[|
09i*s JflaiJWn
55
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Our 91.00 Famous Utica Plaited Shirts (12 or 16
plaits}, made stone as above quality,
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8*88
Our 50a Famous B. V. D. Eltetic Ankle Jean Drawers
does away with all string and buttons. Best thing
out, at
44 55555
444 85?
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Our 21c. All Lluen (Gents') Colored Bordered Hemstitched
Hdkfs., this elegant value At
Onr f 1.85 Famoustilorian Umbrellas, 26-incb, warranted
not to fade or split, at
?|i ill 6(P&
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Our $1.50 Bicycle Shirts, All Wool, made by the
Bookaw Reliable Shirt manufacturing Co., at
if: 1 %
All our 2Gc.Suspendt rs, in either percale or elastic,at
11
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*
Our 26c. French Ralbriggan Socks, Double Heels and
Toes, full regular, at
*? \
lj{ ?^99
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Ill
the above bargains abe good fob saturday
only.
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Yod May
you may find jl?t what you
want in the way of a faib of
pa nt* coat, vest ob suit on oub
bargain counter, and at a raving
of fbom 16 to 20 per cent. if you
meed anything in ojjb wnk. we
shall expect you.
geobgb spban^y,
607 seventh street n. v* ?u?
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The lots mentioned below were picked up by Um
Palais Royal Bayers a few days ago In New (
York. Being new goods, the low ;
prices will be appreciated 1
as typteal I
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20 dec. fine French Percale, Piqne; also genuine t
Madras Gingham DOLLARS, With CDPPs to match; ?
fancy colored stripes, cheeks and Agues, 26c. a set,
honestly worth 48c. i
PALAIS ROYAL I
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BBB A RRR GGO A II WW W RSSa
Ibb-n 8 "npnsy ;
10 doz. extra long white CHSMISRTT|C8. pure linei) p
collars and bosoms, 25a each, worth 48c.._A job lot of t
Children's fine embroidered and l?ce COLLARS. 17c. i
each, worth 39c. and 48c......100 doz. CUFF BUTTONS
In oxidized, gold plated, silver, rhinestone, ?
agate, jet, and crape stone. Patent lever fkstenlngs, 28c.,
39c. and 44c. Just half usual prices.
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25 do*. Sheer Moll TIES, beautlftilly embroidered, n
21c., cheap for 25c 40 doz. Burs' French PArcale, ?
also Oingham, SHIRTWAISTS, all sizes. 39c., worth 7
50c. and 08c....IO dot Buff and Black SATCHELS, ^
Imitation alligator skin, two pockets, fhll size, 44c.;
bargain at 60c. "
1
PALAIS ROYAL $
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50 dozen Satin FANS with real Ostrich Feather =
tops; all the new shades, 91.68 each; cannot duplicate "
elsewhere under $8.50 6 doz. White Satin, also fig- e
ured whiteSateen PARASOLS,89c. each, Worth $1.98. 0
10 dozen Sterling Silver, also Gold top UMBREL- _
LAS. paragon frames, English Silk, 92.78; cheap at 1
94.00. p
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50 pieces of SASH RIBBONS, constituting the ?
biggest bargains of the season. 25 pieces Block Sash, 1
7 inches wide, all shades, 59c., cheap at68c......19 -y
pieces fan edge Morie Sash, 9 inches wide, all shades,
91.25, cheap at 91.45 10 pieces Surah Sash, 15 ?
inches wide, all shades, 91.45. cheap at 91.08.
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100 dozen genuine Suede Mousquetaire GLOVES. ^
new shades, beautifully embroidered backs, 8-buttou ?
length, 98c., would be a bargain at 91-25 50 dozen J
extra long Silk MITTS, black and all colors, 23c. a _
pair; not to be compared with trash offered elsewhere ~
for 25c.
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49" This entire column comprises but an abridged ^
list of the new and seasonable goods which are being
offered below the prices of the Palais Royal compel!- fl
tors, who. under various disguises, are endeavoring to
close out old and shop-worn relics. auO 1
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The following have lately arrived, and are bargains: tt
25 dozen Plaited Muslin Chemisettes,collar attached, ?'
17c.
10 dozen Tucked and Embroidered Chemisettes,25a
10 dozeu Finely Embroidered Cliemlsettes. with K
collar. 48c. y
5 dozen Kmbroldered Mull Fichus, 35c.. worth 48c. 2
dozen extra size Mull Shawls, embroidered, 93.48, 1
40 pieces thin Summer Veiling, two yards, 25^ y
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For 98c. superior quality 8-button Undressed Mous- 1
quetalre Kid Gloves, embroidered, really worth f 1.50 '
a pair. n
For 98a extra long All-silk Mousquetalre Gloves, J
guaranteed worth $1.50 a pair. E
For 08c. All-silk Mousquetalres, 6 buttons, all col "1
ors. Please examine the quality.
For 25a Taffeta bilk Gloves. Also, pure Lisle- ^
thread Gloves, tans and black, ever}* pair worth 35a ?
For 23a warranted All-silk Mitts, 1} inches, long, 3|
all colors. " w
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JUST RECEIVED. ?
Fan-edge Morie Sash Ribbons, 9 inches wide, for
UAb. You cannot bay these Ribbons elsewhere 99- ?
der $1.08. -1
A tew pieces of striped Plcpt-edge StUh for 82c., "
worth $1. " * 1 14 __
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EtyBUOi DEltlES.
EMBROIDERIES. ^
EMBROIDERIES. J!
EMBROIDERIES. 1
Ladies will find, now we have filled up the gaps in ^
the stock, the finest assortment in the city, and at ?
prices much below our competitors. The job lot of ^
Irish. Point and Swiss Embroideries We lately received
are pjeetiug with a rapid sale. K
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BIG BARGAINS. ^
Pure Spun-silk Black Hose; white split feet, $1.68, It
positively worth ?225. . ?
Children's English perby Ribbed So?e, all sizes, H
^Qa, price elsewhere 25a ti
8JL? tTNDE^WKAE. p
Swiss Bibbed Silk Vests or Bodices ,all colon, fit and i!
tiutsh the best, $2.4$ each; same qhAlfty as usually "}
offered for $3.50. " 1,1
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FUBNjaaiNOS. 1
4 0illllneoft|iebtMt?fl?porte4?i*4Doipesttc8fi$rl|, ?
Gloves. Umbrellas, Shlrts,Pnderwp?r. Haltl&ms, <?.. I
at 20 pet cent below lb* usual prion. f\
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BAKGAIH8 M-TPLY RECEIVED.
Pure Lisle Thread Undershirt*, BOc., worth |I35. r
Warranted Pore Linen itandkercblels, 16c, Worth *1
25% , i... . J
All-wool Tourists' Shirts, all colors, $|.ia v
Pongee Suh Umbrellas, treen Urilngs, only $Hft t
^ HI. Tootb, Clothes and ty4r Brushes/boa^*, Per J
lumas, Ac., at lust half druggists' prices. j|
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1117-1X19 PJ?mjiV4SU AVSVUK. *
?-Tbls entire column belong to tfe Palais ppyaL j,
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WANTED?HELP.
A&TKD?OWBOOOK AND ONE IfURSSE, FOR
asmallj flunUy at I?arel, Md. Address PRANK
E. ANDKRSQN. Wrrt OWupMrpllw's office. If
ttf ANTED ? TWO SAI^SLADIES. THOSE
W understanding crockery baslnHM preferred. Al*o,
jo en-?3d^boyi Apply to a W. ^UQ JSNBT ?UN,
VtTANTED?SALEiLADIBB FOR DRY OOODS
W and fcnoy goods. bavin* experience In ibene
fates. Apply fct we 7th at. U.W. lt?
IirAirrEiK-DCWDonw RMPLOYMfcNT RUW
refeu, conducted by Inln. Men and Women,
rhlte and colored for all kinds of domestic labor; with
efereacc. 717 M at. n.w. it*
fTfANTED?AMERICAN LADY FOR A P06IXL
iMSS? ESfWSSgl
vppljr, after p, a. Hpss,4^87tfast-n.w.,upstairs. It*
WAHTfc?-A SOLICITOR FOR ADVERTISEmenu
on a Hmt-claas daily paper, on salary or
wnniariMR most hav? experience and tire referno<a
Address SOLICITOR B., care of Stat office.
anO-at _
ITTANTEIV-TWO NEAT TIDY WHITE OIRL8,
TV one aa nurse and otber to do general houserork;
no oooktnR, washing or ironing; none but those
?rho can briag the best of recommendations need
tpply. 1309 13th at. n.W. au0-2t*
rjTANTED?A LIVE, ACTIVE BUSINESS MAN.
if An opportunity to get temporarily lucrative employment.
References required. Address H. E. It,
Itar Office. anfrSt*
ITTANTED? A DOCTOR (COLLEGE GRADUATE)
ff in government employ, alter department hours,
o assist in an office; good pay. Address R. E. A., Star
Mot. ' ' ' aagjtt*
ITT A NT ED-A GOVERNMENT EMPLOYE CAN
?T get employment from 4.80 to 7 p. m.; ample
ompensatiuta for services rendered: must write a
>lalu. legible band; position su'.table to a lady or gen>
leman. Address elDPaR, Star office. au6-3t?
ITT"ANTED?A GOOD HOSTLER AND WOMAN
VV for general housework: none need apply unless
xperienced and well recommended. 10 and 11 Gener
Market. au5 3t*
UTANTED-A YOUNG AND COMPETENT
V White Nurse (French or German preferred) fbr
ifant one month and boy five years old. Bend adress
to Box W. Star officer au5-3t*
ITTpANTED-A GIRL, USED TO SORTING
W linen and putting the same In packages; none
thers need apply. Dexter Steam Laundry, 4?9 C
L n.w. _ au5-2t
tV7rATfTKri? DHKSSMAKVP.S AXn aTpHKN
vv tlcea to learn the Eureka Lady Tailor System:
ft chart, scale or machine usea; scientific measurement
only; perfect lit without refitting; satisfaction
uaranteed; patterns cut to measure; warranted to fh:
all and try our system. Prof. L. MOLPOER, corner
th aud E st. u.w., May Building, room 10. au4-6t?
I*7"ANTED?A YOUNG MAN TO LEARN THK
T T Drug business. Address, in own handwriting,
Drugs," Star office. au4-3t*
ii/ANTED?WEN AND WOMEN-CALL AT
W once. White and colored women cooks, $10 to
20. Chambermaids, nurses, scrubs and men cooks.
OOMBS & BURGESS. Emp. Bureau, 920 F St. n.w.
au2-lw*
[TJ"ANT&D?FRENCH MAID, FARMER AND
W wire, hoiisekeepers, laundress,white and colored
roraen cooks, this City and country; boys, porter an?l
river, dairyman anu wife, bar-iuau. NAT. LABOR
iUREAU 517 Tth st. n.w. Jy31-6t?
tTT"ANTED?COOKS, DRESSMAKERS. CHAMT
V bermalds, nurses, scrubbers, dishwashers, waltrs.
ladles' maids; other help; this and northern cities:
pen until 8 p. m. F. M. BURN HAM, 630-632 F
t. n.w. jy31-lw?
[XT'ANTED?LADIES TO LEARN THEABTOP
tV Dress totting aud Making without the use of paer
patterns by the new tailor system taught at 11120
'ennsylvania aye. n.w Jy24-lm
ttt anted?canvassers for life insure
TV ance; liberal compensation. Apply to 220 4^
t. fl.W. Jy24-2m
W ANTED-SIT (J ATION S.
ftrANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS SEAM STRESS^
IV sewing in families by tlie week: good button-hole
rorker and sewing machine operator. Address Box
37, Star Office au?-3i*
117" ANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG
T T man (German) a situation, with care of horses, in
private family; eight years experience. Address
ERMAN, Star office. au5-Ji?
l?7"ANTED?KNOWN THAT ONLY RELIABLE
YT and competent servants In all capacities?white
Od colored?with city references. COOMBS <fc BURIESS,
Emp. Bureau. 926 F st. n.w. au2-lw*
ITT ANTED?KNOWN THAT VOU CAN GET
W reliable servants tor any capacity, white or colred.
also gardener, farmers and dairymen and maids
tt city or country. NAT. LABOR BUREAU, 517
th st n.w. jy31-6i*
IT7"ANTED?KNOWN TO ALL. THAT f~l-URT?
nlsh competent servants and help of all descripon
to private families, hotels, stores and offices,
his and other cities. F. M. BURNHAM. 630 632
st. n.w. jy31-lw*
WANTED?ROOMS.
[XT'ANTED?BY THREE YOUNG ^MEN\ ONE
TT large room, with southern exposure, and two
all rooms, or a large room and hall room (furnished),
tth board, between Fand K and 17tli and 23d sis.
.w. Permanent If sftited. Address, staling terms,
t. S. T? Star office. autt-2t*
reT"ANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN. ONE OR
TT two Rooms In Georgetown, ou the heights. Adress
C. R L, Star office auO-2t*
rjlTANTEI)?FOR A MIDDLE-AGED LAOY7BY
TJ September or October, two or three connecting
hftiruished or partly fiirnislied rooms, tirst or second
oor, wi hout board: references exchanged. Address,
iating terms. Box 142, Star office au5-3t*
VJITANTED?IN A NEW HOUSE,TWOUNFUR^
TT nlshed south front rooms, with use of warm
aler bath; centrally located; references. Address
ex 44, Star office. au4-3t*
? -T ? _____
1X7 A \Trrpr\ rrrvTTCT?c.
vv -axi -LVJU?ixw u olio.
V\TANTED-8 OR 9-HOOit HOUSE IN NOUTHfV
west section, with parlor and kitchen furniture
rid modern Improvement*. Address RENTER, star
ffice. autKlt*
vgr anted-1tq pcbch ase?a io ok 12-boom
!f House, with modern improvements, bet e and
[, 3d and Ilth Hts. n.w. Address owen ball,
36 F st. n.w. It*
[irANTKD-TO RKNT A SMALL STORK AND
?T Dwelling, suitaole for grocery and provision
ore. Best references. Address C. WlLLARD, star
ffice. au5-3t?
jJU"ANTED?HOUSE?A THREE-STORY BRICK
If or two-story Mansard, with dining-room and
ftclien back; west of loth and north of F aw.; Jot not
ss than 22x90: cost not over ?7,000 cash. Address
ox 59, Star office. au5-3t*
H|T"ANTED?A SHALL FURNISHED HOUSE OR
tY a floor: Mt. Pleasant preferred. Address CLINON,
Star office. au4-3t
WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS.
[TIT"ANTED?TO HIRE A LIGHT CARRIAGE^
T V phaeton or road wagon, two hours morning and
vening; would assume livery charge of team tor use
f same. Address 940 K st- n.w. au5-2t*
[TTANTED?THE PAPER HANGERS ANI) PUBfW
lie to know that we sell blank papers i^uc. per
ieee, bortlers 10,IV! Va, 16c, gilt papers in propottion.
iatimates ftirnlshed. J. B. LEPBEUX. 802 7th st.
w. au-t-tit
[?TAJ^TED?5,000 DYSPEPTICS. THOSE PliOW
nounced incurable preferred. Mention this
ajier. Address POPP, 1382 Fairmonnt ave., Philaelpbia,
Pa. au4-3m*
t?r ANTED-HORSES TO PASTUBE; KEEPING
f y horses winter and summer a specialty;
111 grali) feed when necessarv; can be seen at
rice's stable, 811 ttth st. n.w.; farm on 7th st. road,
miles from otty. 0. H. P. CLARK, Sligo, Md.
au4-3m
ntr ANTED - HORSES AND COWS TO PAST
V ture at $3.50 per month; fine grass, water and
:iade. Apply at front room, 2d floor, 142s New
'ork ave.- : au2-lm
[IT ANT El >?PARTIES WHO HAVE STA BLE
ff manure to khow that it will be carried awav free
fcftttrge. A ddress Agriculturalist. star office. au2-2w*
Lir ANTKD-UIGHEST PBICE PAID FOK OLD
rV /eather Beds. Address BEMS., Star Office.
|y24-2w*' ;\7"ANTED?EVERY
ONE TO CALL AT THE
rV Miscellaneous Agency. 936 F st, who wishes to
4>', 8fM, hire, rent, borrrow, lend or exchange anyting:
JylO-lm*
[ITANTED? HORSES TO PASTURE ON GEN.
r v E. F. luiklc'8 farm, at $3.50 per m.; also Horses
intered for $8.5U per m. Apply to K B. LAFFEKTY,
[ay Scales, cor. lQlli st. anil La. ave. Jy21-lm
i\T ANTED?SECOND-HAND FCBNI TURE,
r? Carpets. Stoves, Feather Beds, and all kindsot
[ousehoid Furniture, for which the highest cash price
lUbepaid. Address h. baum, 239 7th st. aw. iyl7
ITT"ANTED?KNOWN?THAT COAKSE HAIRS
Vw on the ffcee ure positively obliterated, leaving no
arks. My Electric Needle is the only remedy known
irthis hitlecms defect send fbr full particulars,
lectirie treatments tor ladles and children. Mrs. Dr.
^Bitli.L. 014 12th st.. bet. F and o sts. Je26-0w*
[XTANTED?HORSES TO PASTURE AT *4 PER
ff month, two miles north of Bladtfnsbmg; horses
intered at per month. Apply to lit?NJ. D.
TEPUEN, College Station, Md., or Messra MAKATH
A KENNELl-Y, 21111th st n.w. Jyl3-lm*
[TTANTED-THOSE USING LAWN MOWERS,
jY Hay Cnttcfs. Shears, Knttfcp, Edge Tools Or entry
of any kind, will do well toy sending them for
rwaiUK 01- repairing ui (ue Kinnioait! Ricsm unnaig
and File Works. The best facilities fur doing such
ork iu good style and at low rates. Dye's Edge iSols
ud Cutlery *l?o made to order, Send orders tiy wall
[. ROSF-NP-iLE, 1218 C St. U.W. JyS-lm
[*TANTED-PLAIN AND ORNAMK-NTALIRON
\'\ Worker. Iron Fences a specialty. Call and get
flees before leaving ybur orders. Belt line cars pass
m door. 1215 OUU> ave. M. Wopp. Jy7-Im?
njr ANTED-TO EXCHANGE-MARKET OR EXW
change Range or Y.W* or Oae Stoves for
lU ohe& BlJYLKltS, tftl &tu, near K. smoky clUmeyscoredor
uo pay. OldStoves bought and sold
bew>. jeo-3m?
ITTANTED-MOTH AND OTHER INSECTS EX
W terminated tronl carpets, -furniture, ftira, 4c.
j the only process which tan kill them, Hot Naptha
fua. A. H. OH AUK ? BKO.. 816 Louisiana av.apsttt
IirANTKX>?COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR
W every Htatfr and Territory. Notary and U.S.
'OibmiBstouex1. JOHN E. BKAL.L, 14'io F st. n. w.
n office Iron 0 a. oa. to 5 p. m. Telephone 344-2 f5
lir ANTED-STEAM CARPET CLEANING. HO
\? whipping by1 our pro ess. Telephone 115-6. A.
r. CHACk <fc gRO.y 0l< frealafama ave. ap24
LOST ASP FOUND!
[M.5,ap
aM'L liLOYSTatfll ?th ?., or 488 7th St. n."w.: up
loin. rrr' lt?r
GBaswPiBwgai
r ' Asfa) MEMORANDUM
jaaS&ArRRfc. Hhrth tSfefitSl."'
eward wffi be uaiH if MA at Btrfr ofllce or 160Q .\ ortti
-apitwl aw W.^BLMOHliRRT aafi-Bf
U A*rewawl^^S
arn?g te o?<% tihin khamt, atari
FOR RENT?ROOMS.
FOH RKNT?PARLOR FIR?T FLOOR. THRFF
Urge square Apartments: koawkeeplnf; karc?
yard; water; gas: unsurpassed location. A?Piy
promptly at 11171<aMacfaM<*ts tn, a*. It*
xlob rknt?in the most central part
f of Uh city (73814th st. u. w.) two FurahM
Rooms; very low price to permanent party. Also,
two rooms on first floor fcr office. aa6-3t
For rent-furnished rooms with
board, one square west ot War and Ksvy depart'
meats; south front. Also, table board. 1HUS Hits
w. auO-Ot?
For rknt-two unvusvifihed pigcmid
story rooms, with bath fount attached! n>, vq
1212 N st, n.w. afiO-it*
F" OR* RENT?ON FIRST FLOOR, SUITE Of
Rooms: unTbrnfthed; 918.00, with (as aui few
bath, at 512 12th st. n.w. Two other coiumuutcating,
large rooms on third floor, untarnished, for bouse'
keeping, or for office or any other neat business, wttta
all conveniences, at llus F ?t. n.w. atifi-3t*
POR RENT-HAVE ON FIRST "AND HKCONE
r floors large, oool Rooms, southern exposure, at
summer prices. 334 C st. u. w. au&-3t*
TDOR rknt -llOH^ new "yobk-avksxjr
? nlceiy-tarnished rooms, second floor, north anq
south exposure, Reference* aa&-3t*
FOB RENT?631 I ST. N. W.. FURNlsHEli
rooms, at very reasonable terms: with or without
board; looatiou central. au4-3t*
FOR RENT- FURNISHED - A* 1? GRANT
Place, two rooms on first and one on second floor;
also stable for horse and carriage. au4-3i*
F~ OR RENT-WITH BoARD, A LABUK ROOli
on second floor, facing south and west, cool and
airy; summer prices. App.y at 17801 st, il w. au4-8*
Fob bent-fcbnishep and unfurnimhed
rooms, second floor. 907 M St. n.w. auil-ot*
OR RENT-WITH BOARD, AT 1730 H *T. N.
w., large, pleasant second-story Booms; private
family; reasonable rates. iy28-2w*
For rent^at iin h st. n.w., a nicely^
tarnished third-story front Boom; two large windows;
nice and ukjI; suitable tor gentleman or gentleman
and wile, with bath and gas. at summer rates.
Jy26-lra
EOR bent?210 east CAPITOL, ST. OBANT
row, large, cool and comfortable turnished rooms;
ile or en soite; terms moderate. jy24-}m
FOR "RF.NT?oTnrrr'F.si
For kent?furnished office, in i. a roe
handsome budding, roost central part of tbe city,
tor $15 per month. Dusk Room $8 per mouth. Address
OFF. Star office. airiKH*
TORRENT?MISCELLANEOUS
IVoit RENT?CALIliKAPHS. PRICE REDUCED
' from $8 to $5 per month during summer. (Hold
ou Instalments.) "CALlURAPH OFFICE." 033 F sU
jy'J-Jm
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS
]7U)U 8ALE-FURNITURK OF TWO HOOMS;
Bedroom set. ash, latest style* sixty dollars will
purchase whole; half cash, balance mouth!? instalments.
Inquire at 417 2d Bt. aw. It*
t7vdr 8ale?8 plen d1d bargains to quick
i? buyers to make room.
Thirteen beantlftil and elegant first-class Upright
and Square Pianos, of the best makes, that have been
used but very little and warranted same aa new. Can
be bought tor from |6U to 9200 less than new price
Payments as low as $10 per month, and additional
reduction for cash. Covers and Stools Included in the
Eurchase. Several small pianos for beginners. Now
. the time to bay, and the place Is
THE PIANO EXCHANGE WABEROOMS,
au6 422 8th ?L
FOR SALE-A DESIRABLE GROCERY STORK.
Inquire at the northwest corner 3d and C sts. s. v.
au6-2t*
OR SALJ5-UPRIGHT PIANO. AT >T 8ACRIiice;
elegant mahogany case; owner leaving city.
728 13th st. u. w. au&-3t*
OR MALE-HORSE AND BUOOY~TERMS
reasonable, at OLCOTT & CO.'8 stable, on H, between
13th and 14th sts. n.w. au5-3t?
T710R8ALE-A 51-TNCH STAR BICYCLE: PIUCE
J? $80; can be seen at 1016 H St a.e., uutil August
10th. au5-2t*
I7IOR S A LE?THE TURNOUT OF A MEMBER OF
Congress?Horse, Harness and Carriage. Wll! be
bo:u uy 1 nomas Dowiing, at ist o'clock, Saturday,
August 7th. corner ot 11th st. and Pa. are. an5-i!t*
OR SALE?AT A liHEAT BARGAIN?A NEW
Steam Launch, In first class order; length 30 feet,
width (5 feet 4 inches; speed guaranteed 8 miles per
hour. Price $500. Apply to DANNFNHOWEH A
BON, 1115 F st. au4-lm
FOR SALE?A RESTAURANT AND BABROoM.
well-ftiruished. on Pennsylvania ave.; also Pool
Table. Address KM.ti Pennsylvania ave. n.w.Jy'26-2w*
FOR SALE^FTNE SADDLE" MAKE?AT john
PRICE'S, ttth ft. and Louisiana ave.,owner having
no further use lor her. au^-tit
I^7*OR SALE?DON'T FAIL TO CALL AMI SEE
1 the wonderful bargain-" at auction and private sale
of Trunks, Rags aud Harness. Oufc loth sL, opposite
U. 8. Treasury. au>lm
I^OR SALE? GROCERY and PROVISION
: store, horse atid wagon, with the privilege of renting
house 1842 7th st. n.w.: bargain guaranteed.
Jy31-6t?
17V IK SALE-STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A
. Drug Store, doiug a go<>d business aud located in
northwest section of city; good reasons given tor selllug.
Address V. 11., Star office. jy'26-eol m
1* 7>OR SALE-ONE BEAUTIFUL UPRIGHT.
1 slightly used, $150. Sjtecial bargains are now
offered in Upright and Square Pianos. HUGO
WORCH &CO., to'25 7th st. ilw. my 4-3 m
I^OR SALE?H. A. SELIGSON, 120U 1PE.NNbVU
' vanlu ave. n.w., has just received aud carefully
bottled S.OOO gallons Pure < alilornia Claret, which he
Si ll - at SI per gallon. Special prices to jobbers. Send
your orders ai once. Goods delivered ttree. Open from
lltoft jylO-3m
I' jSoit SALE-THE ' OTTO" GAS ENGINE RE1
quires no boiler; avoids all expensive attendance;
no loss of time; no handling of ftiel; uo ashes. For
running elevators, pumping water, pruning presses
aud machinery, bend lor circular and price list. D.
BALLAUF, Agent, 731 7th 8t. je'J4-3m
TjTOR SALE?ON EM ILLION MERCHANTABLE
X brick of the best quality, lor immediate delivery.
CAPITAL PRESSED BRICK CO., R. H. (iOLDSBOii>
Lull, Secretary. lit*; f sl Je0-3m
TL^OR SALE?AT MY NEW REPOSITORY THE
I largest stock of fine carriages ever offered In
Washington, among which are the latest styles: Victorias.
cabroiettes, extension-top phaetons, canopy
anJ extension-top surreys, ladies' phaetons, canopy
and buggy tops; coupe aud Hash door rockaways, T
carts ana drtu/gs, doctors' phaetons jump aeats.extension
and buggy tops; canopy-top Saxons, village
and pouey carts. Brewster side-bar buggies, the famous
Oo<iard buggies and manv other styles too numerous
to mention. Also several second-hand carriages on
hand; repairing promptly attended to; carriages
taken on storage; all work guaranteed as represented;
call and examine stock and repository. JOHN M.
YOUNG. 470 and 481 C st. u.w., rear or the National
hotel. mys-:'.m
COUNTRY BOARD.
TJ>LEASANT ACCOMMODATIONS FOR LADIES,
X or one family, mar the mountains; abundaut
shade, on V. M. R. R.; station and post ofiice \ mile
di-tuiit, Address Mrs. L M. CARTER,Thoroughfare,
Prince William county, Va. autwti*
AT CONT EE'S STATION. R AND O. R. R? FOR
gentleman and wife or two single gcntlemfen.eood
Board, pleasant rooms; convenient to ataliou. Mrs.
ft$JESTEK. Muirkirk P. O.. M<1 uu5-3t?
(JUMMEH BOARD?DELIGHTFUL BOARDCAN
I C5 be obtained In the mountains of Virginia, near the
University, at The Brook. Address Mrs. C. SToCKi
TON, Rio, Albemarle county, Va. au2-2w
E~ XCKLLENT BOARD AT "SPRINGFIELD
Groove," Sykesvllle, Md.; main line b. aud O. r
R.; terms moderate. Address
Jyl7-lm M- A. OS BOURN.
Boarders solicited in the mountains
of Md.<neor Harper's Ferry). A pleasure to please
*
HIIUHIOI, vinao lAiuiivi/ tH,wuiuiuuaMum impuiivu. IVC*
lereuce; furnished. 'Terms per week, SU. W. M.
CXARK, Keep Tryst, Washington Co., Md. mylt?-3m
BOARDING.
QfT LAFAYETTE SQUARE, BEAUTIFUL
im O Rooms; elegantly furnished; open grates; large
close t.s; every convenience; excellent table. Transient
aud Table Boarders accomuiodated. au0-3w*
PLEASANT KUUMS, FU1LM8HE1J ANI) INfurnislied,
wltb Board, at 314 and 310 Indiana
ave. Hlugle Booms, wltb Board, f6 per week.
ielT-3m
rp.HE LOCH I EL HOUSE, 512 9TH ST. N. W..
A aud the La Pierre, B.w.cor.lOth and E u.w.,arethe
best conducted Boardiux houses in thecity. Table firstclass;
pleasant rooms. Terms moderate. oc27
MONEY TO LOAN.
KEAL ESTATE, COLLATERAL LOANS,
Loans on I-Jfe Insurance and other securities
Army and uavy o it cere" pay vouchers cashed W. H.
DKMPSKY, 142^ New Yorlt ave. ' au4-2pi
Money to loan?applications will
receive prompt attention. oWoKMBTKUT *
BRADLEY, 9*7 F St. au4-lm
l^.)a f\(in TO LOAN AT FIVE PERCENT
JJ^UtUUU on flrat-claw Real Estate security.
- W.JLBAKSTOW,
jy26-2w 615 7th street n.y.
M~" ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT 0
and 6 per cent
CHARLES W. HANDY.
Jy24-lm 9*21 g St
Money to loan to army and nav^officers
at leual rates of interest:
JAMES E. WACGll.
Jyl7-3m 933 F st. n.w.
mjrQNEy TO LO^ON^LIPE INSURANCE
[ . JAMES E. WACOH.
]y!7-8m 938 F St. n.w.
OfT "T /inn TO LOAN ON real ESTATE.
i 0?vHJv/at6perceiit. on sums of $5,000 and
mmferds, and 5** and 6 per cfeut on small sums.
Money availabl^un shortest notice. JOHN BOWLES
?CO.. 14<t4 New York aye.
1 VTATIONAL LAW AND TRUST COMPANYJ3I
Money to loan on approved securities?All business
promptly and aaiuabctorlly transacted. JpHK
T. MITCHELL. Real7Estate Department, 15U4 * (4.
tDToToCK)?TO LOAN
?8.0(H)
6.0(10 ON M4T ESTATE.
2,000
1.SU0 [my37i THQa K. WAOOAMAN.
M^j&m s szFwu&rzs
<5 Corner IQtbandFrtreeu pectlme*.
Money to loan
In sums to suit, on approved Real Estate security,
at lowest rates of Interest. Charges moderate. No
unnecessary delay. J. V. N. HU YCK,
a!6 1&Q5 feanylvanla ava
Money to loanIn
sums to suit, at loweat rateaon approved real
pas""**
OF IHTHUR
ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY/^
T^fFI^ACfer
"Vf QNEY *P ESTATE AJ
ap34 DANENHpWfR^^
? 4 ! &
FOR RENT?HOUSES.
TT'Olt KENT?
i r 609 ? at n.w.,16rf 100 11814 Corcoran i.w..6rWO
' l*JO(V JOUt at. n.w.,8rS3.8S | 1416 lletce PL. 7r.J7.00
STORKS FUK KKXT.
i 913 D n.w. AflwaU'f $100 | TlMTlU*tKn.v.950MKfa
| CHABL1M W. HAHDY.
Real Kstal* Affent.
' ao^tft WIFM. n.w_
FOR RENT?40? 12TH 8T. S.K.. NKAT 6-LOOM
Brick RoutN, water and km: *18.80. 313 4tu ?U
$ls. 112 lOth at. a.*^ $18. NU6 H at. b&;
?!tx9U. *39 KhoM I*laud ?v*. n.w.; $46 HouaM
on Bladenaborg road, near H at.aua.f8. SWoRM
8TE1>T? RHADLKY.927 Ka. au6-tU
' T7?OR RKNT-TO A SMALL FAMILY WITHtUT
J? children, a am all o?w Houae. u?>wlv furm?ii--d, tor
two month* aft MMtUal prtoa. Addraaa KB. ?LU4,
i Star office. autWt*
FDR HEXT-APINE12 ROOM AlfD BASK1IKNT
I H lirlck llowe, aearly new, all mprvv.-ment* an ; In
rixl order213 18* * itw K.ya at J10 18th. A.
CArwbOD. 9U? 4M K Cta. ilW avMLSt*
]>)K RKNT-OJ* CAPITOL HILT. KU1HT.
room Brick Houae, 819 U at. fcnithrd or nn
fnrntatrari: modern improvement* on* block from
, avenue can. Apply to H. S. WALTER. 1008Ueorj;ta
I an. a.a. a?8-3ta
rOR RENT? A NKV T\V?>?foRY BRICK
L?weUinf: si* roonw; 409 R attvet: just completed:
pw aia lirk* front; bay window; parking and all moderp
Uugroveweuia. Inquire 16lft Saw Jeracy ave.
OR RBJiT?A SEVEN' ROOM HOU*K WITH
tnodem imurovenjputa, one munrw trutu the C*|iltt?L
817 Delaware art n.e. Apply 214 11th st. a.w.
Kent fSo. au5~3t*
Fmt RKKT?HOUSE OP ftl.KVKN ROoMS A It U
bath. Are rooms on a floor; no ttaaemeut, reut #45
lu advancr; at 404 2d at. n.w.; hwpw> oih ii. au.Vttt*
FORRKNT-HOC8* 710 61H ST. N.W. MX
roouis, with hall, nummer kitchen, water and nice
^ yard, till p?r month. Inquire at 1818 Pal. n.w.
au.V3l*
I^ujt ll^NT?SIX-ROOM BRICK HOL'sK; llALL.
" water, bath. Unrobe, gam rent. Ss?); 1102 L at. oproalte
Lilac IWt Apply at 1106 Lat. Cfl
RICH AJ1D9QM. au.V.tt*
IjlOR REXT-A VERY PRETTY Hot's K. JLsT
' com Dieted, 8 rooms, ftiruace. t>rat?, and cellar;
rent may bttglu Sopt- 1. 1842 RI|kh ?t House open.
, au5-6t 8WORMSTEDT Jt BUAULEY. 027 K ?t
I^OU RENT-1007 23D ST.. 10 ROOM BKICK
1 bouse; all mod. impt*.; 935 per mouth. Ii.quire
1018 Pennsylvania ave. au5-3t
ipoK KKNT-l?i7 4TH ST. N. W., NKAH M:
' oosjr two-story brick. 6 rooms, bath and tvUnr; mi
m.U: newly papered and painted; vacant Augnst l?tb:
$ao. H. U. T. i.KlWLD, 1331 Y ?t n.w. au4-:u
I|Wft UVT-TWMiOtT KMH HKICK MXroom
bay-window bouse; gas. Water and hutli room;
newly papered und painted throughout. 7U K ?t. n e.
Apply at WW K at. jy4-4t*
IJMJR KKXT-N KA HTHi:C\ PITOL.A I>fc>I I: Able
and pleasantly situabd Brick pwelflnjr. nine
rooms, including bath. IW3 Jd st u.?l Ki40??
XpOK ItKNT? 15:tK KIOHTli !ST. X.V.MTOKY
JT and haseuient brick.six rooms. -pleudul ne.tchborhood.
Inquire of FRANK T. HltOW.NlSU,?'oluiiibia
Law Building, 41W5th s?t. u. w. auMtu
For rkkt-uu ist.h. wZ neat humi:
Cottage, *25 bWORUSTKLlT A BRADLKY.
?u4-3t K at.
Fir bknt-nkwhouse 459 h st. n. w.. 10
rooms, Including hath, with all modern lmpro\euienta;
good staine in rear to wide alley: rent #4W, in
advance, Inquire of owner. 438 1C st. n.w. un4 3t?
FOR RE.TT? 413 3d *tn.e..7.;m.*25:W
Store WOO Pa.av.$10W W1.VWA7 33d.7r..m.l-*J5.5W
2030G at,. I2r - 00 21U9 H M.. ar.m.L...25.:i??
1-ae IStb t.lir..m.l ..60 1*602-4 L st,6r.,m.L.4o.:i<?
3045Nst. 12r.. m.L oo stores 3017-19 M ?t...2.r>
2119 H St., IOrs..m.l 55 HUH 26th. Br., m. L 25
2018 M. lor., m.L. ...5U.50 2141 li st. n. w.. 7r ,.*?
2102-6 Hst..Or.,m.145ftO H40W N at., 8r.,m.l....*2.50
725 2Utbst,10r.,m.L45.50 :1755ssL, 7r? tu.1 22.5"
2127 K at, Hr.. n?.i...4k5o [1751 8 st. 7r M.50
2129 K, Sr., m.L 45 ."Hi 025 22d Ht. Wr 2U.50
8<)8 21st n. w.. Or 45.45 821 21st St.. 8r 40.4O
2721 N st.lOrs. .37.50 11<?4 23d st., Wr ,w .t.2U :tO
1143 21s| SU. 12r 35.51) 736 -'2d St., 5r? 20.:to
2410 Pa. a*a, 12r....87.5tt 734 32<l St.. ?r 20.3U
2125 Lst., lOr _...35.5o 1?15 17that.n.w ,?r. 1U.M?
803 23dSt.. Sr., m.l~35.fiO 211711 st n.w., Wr_.16.40
Wilt 23d sLt 8r., m.L.35.50 2408 H st.Or 10.;<O
2137 F?t, 8r..m.l?30.5O 1112 1st s. .. 5rs. 15
2103 I St., Or. -30.50 Rear 2W02 I. st. 4r 15
2125 Fst, Sr., m l....30.40 1J05 28th st. 5r. 14.50
2127 L st-,7r., m.L 30.4U 1S1H lHth at.n. w.. Wr 12
1007 ? at, 7r.. m.l 30 5l:t 28d st., 6r 11.50
lOll S at.. 7r.,m.l. 3u 2W04 I ?t.4r 10.3O
1304 6that n.w.,7r 30 20U0 Tst.n.w..5r 10.3O
1747 s su, 7r.. m.L...2W.:?0 U30 20tu st.. 4r 8
1128 20lhst.6r.... 25.50 Hear of 0202*1 ?t.4r H
1 2523 St odder i at.. 5r 7
For a full list apply to WEHCOTT A VVl!/\)x,
an4 1007 Pennsylvania ave. n.w.
For rent1730
Xiew York ?ve. n.w $:$5
1032 15th at. n.w 32.5U
1219 W st c.w 2U.50
104 IOth st a.e 1.20
Apply to JOHN T. AUMS,
au?& 810 Fat n.w.
1" i^ORRKNT?
N.W. Per Mo. I N.E.4 8.W. PcrMa
1421 Q st. m.L. ftir...$125 210 Oth st. kw t25
2016 ! sc, ftir 125 717 stii st. n.e. 18 44
1013 10th st 5o 7H Myrtle at. n.e !."?
707 1-ju-t Capitol st._ S5..420 Stli st s.w 15
417 K st 35 112W l'ark Place ... 12.28
1827 12th st 20 1320 1 st. n.e. ?
1546 8th et 18 434 12th st u.tt H
1715 Riggs st? 12: 204 N st. s.w._ 5
STORhS. Per Mo. t OFFICII Per Mo.
1410Pstn.w.steAdwf565 Othaud Pa.uv. r'ni 5..*225
102 G stnw,ste<&dwg,.?r40 Veruon How, room 10.. 18
421 Lst., rear, lr 7i'Vernon Itow. room241-15
The above ts only a small portion of property on my
books. For full list call at office for bulletin Issued on
1st and 15th. |au3| THUS. K. W AGO A MAX.
IIOR RKNT?DWELLING 1117 10TH ST. :N.W.,
rent ?25. Keys can be bad at 026 Ixiuisiana
ave. Jy 2 4-1 in
1 r?OK RKNT NKW THKKK-NTOKYAND HASh>
A ment Brick; eleven rooms; 180W K st: will be
ready lor occupancy September lrt. Apply to W. G.
METZEROTT & CO., 903 Pennsylvania ave. au2-lm
1^111/ Wt'VT I'T' DVTcUL'li
J -VIV * A. v to** M-. \-T
J? 1510 Q st. u.w.; twelve rooms and In everyway
des'rabie. Will rent, furnished, at $135 unfui uUhed,
at $75. For permis-Moti to insi eot apply to
FARKKlt ?fc TOWKfENI).
au3-6t 1418 Fat.
IJVJR RENT-UM FC HNI SHED?
. 10*i6 Connmv ..$250 703 15th. office room*$'?o
I, near Farragut Sq 250 1432 N st 50
16UJI ilas.-. nve lOO 1727 19th st 45
K. H. av. and Set loo 1720 19th st 45
2023I st 85! 703 15th st.2ofllce n. U
114o Conn, ave 85 1016 ttst 20
1215 I st ,....75 4 houses 4th..beLK<fc>.e20
Rt-ouehton st <>5 525 11 th s.e 15.SO
1717 De Sales st 02.50 2 ha. lUch'dson pl..e.l2.5o
t?UUM?UKU
K. near 16th $33:5.33 K st near 12th..._fl 66.66
I.av., near Ct. av33333 O St. near 12th 15o
st, n'* Vt #ve. 3UO 14th st near L 160
,betl2th audl3tb. .250 15th st .betK ? L.....150
ItupontCircle 250 Grant Place 125
Vt av. and Lsl -50 ,Iat,beL.20th and21st.l25
1, near lOih 210 QU.,beL13tb and 14th lo.)
K.beL 15th&ltith..208.33 17th and l>e Sales sta_.HO
Mass. ay ., ar. 20th st..2oo 35th st 05
1323 13th n.w_. 175 Stoughton st 40
FITCH. POX A BROWN,
an2 1437 Pen a aye, n. w.
I^OIt RKNT? II
1 1S12N st u.w~9r*100 1303 T st n.w.. 7r. f27.50
421 lfth st. n.w., 16n<...00 1410 Pierce PL, ?r . 25.40
112114th n.w.l4rs..N3.34 1428 Pierce PI . 7r. 25.3o
1703 P st n. w., 11 rs.83.34 2211 13th St., Or 25
1224 14th st n.w., llr_80 423 1 st. aW., 9r 25
1753 Pst. n.w., llrs 76 500Spruce su 7rs 26
1708 F sl n.w.. lars 75: 2820 N st. n.w? 8ra. 25
1014 10th st n.w.. lor.76 1215 Tst aw.. 7re_ 25
1212X. V. ave.,14r 7o WIT 3d st n.w.,6r 25
27 Oraut Place. 8m _85 f?3o 11 st. n. e? 6r 23
1018 Hst n.w.. Ore -OO ?33 I. st. n.w.. 0re.._22.80
825 C st. n.w.. Si s. 55' 23 O hL n.w.,7r 22.50
1323 Corcoran st, llra.50 10174101 WN.Cap*ir.20.50
fcOO 1 st n.w.. Or 50 006. 012 and 014 C at
S516 L st n.w., 10r..47.50 . n.e. Ore 20.60
80 Ma aye., 11 r?._40.50 020 X. J. ?v.n.w.,6r.2o.40
41 Rst. n.w., 7rs..-......?0 '1342 W st n.w.. Ore 90 30
4"?o It L ave., 7rs 40 hoo loth st. n.e.. 7rs iw
818 14tU st n.w., 8r 40 7'Jh N. J. ave.. Or 18.3u
23 Oth st n.w., 7r 40 413 11th st. ?.e., ?rs 18
S13 East Cap. st. Or 35 2209to 2216 Cleveland
10:{215tbpt.h,w.,Ore..35 . W..6r ? 15
4lO tT. Jr. av.s.e., 10 n...S5 '460 N st. aw.. Ore. 16
?07 Tst B.W.. Ore 35 1635 3d st n.w., 6re 15
1327 L st aw.. 8r 30 2O30 8th st aw., 6re.._15
318 B st. n.e., 8r 30 31 Pst ii e.,6r... 13
1614 7thst aw..Or 3o 427 Warner st.5r....12.80
716 14th st. n.w., 7 r...30 3<t 7 teiiton at 6r...12.50
1120 6th st. n.w.. ?rs...30i 23 Mum. ave. aw 12.50
913 French St.. 0rs.~27.50: 310 L. s.rs. 11 ou
au2 k H. WARMER & CO.. 016 Fw. n.w.
FOR RKNT?604 13TH 8T. N. W., H1JTWKKN K
and F at*., n?*r Henna. are. and all up-towti hotels,
fine 4-story brick House; modern conveniences,
gent low Jy318t
IjH>R RENT-TWO KLEOANTL'i FURNISHED
1 houses, in the b?*t part of the city. Irom October
1st at reasonable rent, by the year. BATES A W H1TM
AN. 14Q7 F nL n.w. Jy31-6t
FOR KENT?AN ALMOST NK*. BEAUTIFUL
11-room house, on Rhode Island ave., overlooking
Scott Circle, from October 1st.bvthe year $1,000.
BATES & WHITMAN. 1407 F st. n.w. J> 31-0t
Ij^OR RENT?TYLER * RCTHEKFORD.
1 1226 F at n.w.
N. H. ave., near Dupont Circle, per annum .f 1,000
119 Maryland ave. n. e 60
O, between 12th and 13th p. w ..? 60
P. between 9tn and lOth 40
Delaware ave. near Capitol SO
Jy31 f
FOR RKNT? j >1154 17th sl. n.w.,9r...$55
1806 N. H. ave..-(150 1614 80th at n.w.. l7rT&5
009 14th st n.w.,14r._150 Cor. N.ll.ave.duj st.,8r..50
ioOO rfth st a w.,14r_ 100 1126 Cohn. are.. 9r 50
lacnolia ave.. 14r_83.33 loo-' lHth m n ? rui
J7Vd? I St. a.w.,11 r-.-83.33 2032 (t wL n.w., llr Mi
tlUO H at. n.w.lQr ..83.33 ,1119 lOtta at.n... lira. ..50
l919Nsln.*.;lirJt3.S8 l?G4 Mat. n.w.. Tn 45
816 I St. B.W., lOr. ,83 33 17U6 M stn.w..7r._ 45
121IaLn.w. 12ra_83 8317?8 M M. n.m\.?w 45
720 lie Hales llr...75 1148 17th sU n.w., 7r 45
)M Btnst. ii.*.. 11 ra_75 1150 17th at. n.w..7rs.45
413 On. wrapper part 78 U6S 17th al.it.sr ,in....46
612 P at. n.w., lira 7U 1124 Conn. ?v.. 9r 40
: 913 Xst. P.W.. i0rV-.. -70 14th M, ext'd, 4 dwl'n..40
I HO 19th pt. n.w.l5r.?70 29U6 Q 8L n.w ....33 33
736P?t,lfr.._L.^ 7? 1747 8 St, Tf. 22.50
748 Nk n-w? 10r U5 1440 H. L v.u.w..7r.. 22
! HlllyH- VL. l?r....?0 1841 X.K. tr. n.?..llr. 0221lt.lto.jna.
80
*81
TTKJR RENT?416 M ST. N. W? 6 ROOMS, BATH
y., second floor.
I^OR RENT-HOUSE 815 6TH ST.; ? ROOMS;
|D all modern Unprovementa; #46i Houne 1024 9th
ft-.' 8 rooms; all modern tmprov?uenta;^i30. ^
Jy27-lm 1216 Frtfn.w. j
?U8?Si\ZXiS3K
>?7-la> 1808 F at. a?.
VWR KKBTT?TWO-STORY BRICK BOC8X, ?85
J? Mat a*., oontaina 6 nwa haatiai tab room.
tsaaassgsr*T7HJR
RJCXT?
X? 1227 WiL.0 rooms, nil nod. lmga. 1
5iil ft
lArcSHanMT
FOR KENT?HOUSES. _
Iru>k kl.nt?bkl< k ll"i "1 w u kk Altd
' CM. 1M A 11 ? i*r UK'iith
A. IA I'KATT * HON*.
InwrtMv m.u4 KetU KmhIv Aouli,
Jyr-2w 4*>1 Htli ?. n.w.
Fob rkkt-fvkntrhui151(1
gnu. 12 roiim. alt Biodrrti Iwprnvnnfnlt,
well fUrnt*lie<1: will rvnt fur not- ur two vimm fr >na
Altfuit 1st; tl86 par month For iw>rml?il<m lu
MK*?pp?rlo PAKKKK ATUH NoKMt,
jy'iliai i4lHfr'aL
F" >r rk.xt?hol'kk, tkn tlo-'mh. and
?*t?lo l^nrott I'atrk. A. K ba HL.fl; A t-Ul,
L?I>r<*ii UutlUluf. Wwlilturtou. UC Jjk Iio
por rbkt-bv r a holruuk ~
I??21 <Ymn.*rc.. 1 iir*. flOO SHMMi * Hr f4C
416 l3iti?..mor? tCuw I i i-n t.i 11lMv*v_4<'
1017 IWh ?t n w ?.m? niV?.4n* Hr 40 A
1(113 IlLtv. ll 7?*? tilAttth ?t. n.*., fir 4?i
17.S* PfL H.W.. ?wr -1, (H'i M
hJA 1 Htli ?4 b.w.. *r ... 7A ? ?? IWth morr HA
1416 x at ? TO TIT t till -a. n * . 7 r... .1}
Up.pcMH llth bub ? ?. jj'iV II u ? :?>?
14) M K um.? 2.1 s H |) ? . 7r . Ht?
617 KM aw.. 12r ti,-. 141 -J ll. nr II .rtr 77 Ml
802 1UU> ?t.. 10r? 5A I4?k"? r. iiiiuiiM >1 . ?t r .?
t?lWO at u.w.,uri M I ii|*rp*rl H^'iIaivi 'JO
lipitvr part 415 (Hit n.w .th < isl 1 r.'tli ?i ...W
lftw R ?t.. 11 t%. 5*iu*? ?*t?lii.r??r 14??:t M ?
lti-ii i8u1 A, IO r n< 1 (- ul>tr n?r 1Mb K ?t Ji?
fun 5 nu.llr fci ?h ?t. 4.W.. ?r 17
1114 Oil. ml u.w..|Ur?tMiii 1:12 1 11 * ...... I a
iHtfVak n.w. olhc* ur 7U? .itul i. ?w.ulruM.
FVKNl*HKl*. *
K nr. imiiwt . Wr?41H.<i.i l.nr l?Uh ?L. 12r ?1?MM
Mav*av ur 1 hosU.. iWa ?*;> M ?U. n r Mt)i. lor . l.'xl
lowat'irclr. 16r ?J.M? , 16tn 11T N. m r* _ i.m
Gak. it'r lffth, lor -JOO I. iiear *HI> ??. 1 Jr _1J?
V?t. tit-mr 17tli. llr -HHi It u'r l ltli ?l lur> IimJ
14tli. lutir LnL. Ur.-^OU tWvitf M.. U'lWH. Hi *5
if ft. nw?r lMih. 12r J<?<? -2d A., umr l*n. nv? "*
Ufit)vtt? btfiurt, 17r.2<^. ?
lYtipertv jtiaoHt with nir for n>m or ul* U lltwr?Ur
MlvprtlM'JI frif of mat to tbn o? n?r.
Kor llat of nruiH-t iv lor milr, <wll ur ?oiid ?t ofB'W.
jyjj nt.o. uolumax umi ?n?i f<u.aw.
FOR KENT--STOKES. ^
2,?b kknt MllitK and DWF.Ll.tKti in \n7
'^uiitia. Siur?* liltwl with hii<i oxinu-rs.
26?? p*r ye?r. A|>i>lv u> II a. < u.l > Trumot,
Aii>iM?tt>. J> J4-11
FOR KALE?1X)TS. ~
1 ^ilt) U A I ! ' TUTf k 111 V ... . 'v?
m ?< * ? ?v in uniM' r r p. i \jw
1 Uround Mat of laucolii 1'arW m ;< ,-..ntt> |.i>t k.,u?n
foot. CUAitUtl W. IIANI'Y.
itn?v:it tr^i Kmc u w.
1;V>K tsALK? A M'M I1KH OK sJI aKKs A NO
lilocka caat of '.lie ( aintol. Iioiu .*> to .?< < lit* |?r
fool. rlUKI.I >
HinV.1t 921 K -I. n ?.
SM.K- KINK I-?>T. 2t)xl2U. ON :?IhT.
r tieortwio* n. *1,(150. 20i1l5. it. In'twwn t*th and
loth st*. n.*., ?1.15. Al?n>ili< r l?u i <1 *;<
CllARLhU W. II \ Nl?V.
aub-Ut IKI1 Km. a. w.
I^OR KALF AT A H A K< i A1 V
'J Lot< ou 1' *u. between 1 Tt 11 and 1Mb u w.
2 Lota oti l?>ih at . l>ei * een T and P n.* .
2 " corner Htth an<l I ferolitic <1* n.w.
2 ' ou Maryland ave.. betaeeii lbl and 2d Ma. K. %
1 011 22? at., between 1. ami M U,w.
2 " on Uth si. ix'iwi'cu H ami ? u.e.
1 " on t' at., .H-iwtNti l?t :in 1 'Ja n.?.
2 " on K. hL. between 41 li ami 5tli 11.w.
Also, a number ofCheap 1<hk iu northeastern witliia
Of tttecHf. Ull'ls I'. Mliih M V K I !i.
auG-31 mo I M.D.W.
l.V<B KiLe-OFFfflK AHK Hoi U iTKl" FoK 1
.T to 8 Lot*, any frontage deal red, 1?H? (wt dny, on
trad nortli aide M at., midway br[?i^>n 2'Jd atu1 J 3.1.
llnvr heretofore Ih*ii lirl<l HtVl. hut 11111M sell. Ow t>?r
adjoining cround holda at jf 1 ,.V?; no lew. A<i.lr<n?
FAItI .NKIl, Htar oRiw. laMt*
"I^OK SALK-THAT KKWTIH'I. UKdl'XD ON
.T KStreet. Just east of lHth atris-t, liavlut; a front- x
iige of W2 leet. with a depth of 1S1 feet to a 341-foot
alley.can be gotten at tl 5U |nr foot. With it> ?<>uth
trout age and tiue location, tbia in ouu of Uie bent and
cheapest reatdeooe aite* In the city.
FITTH, VoX * BROWN.
au4-3t 1437 l*ein. avenue.
1JWB 8AUprHK"HASIHOMt L<>T ON 1?TII
A at., between It and >> at*, with a ulil^ alley of 15
feet), having a frontage of *> >^ feel, * till a <fepth of
JW7 teel, to a 3<M<>ot alley, tain be had. If taken at
once, at the low price of el Ho.
FlTVH, POX * BROWN.
ail4-31 143? 1 Vun. avenue.
|3(?R BALE? KITH NT. KXTI NKKH. 157 Ft ET j
A Iront. alxive Ooluml.ia roiui, 2M..~>3*I a>j. IU. at 1 it . I
15th at. extended, Mtxl22, at 15c. f
15th st. extend'**), ] '2Uxl2i, at 15c.
Howard ave.. Ml. I'leatnrl 72 leet front. If ..330.
l'ark at.. Ml. Flcaauut, 1*4 feet front, $^,<MMi
JOHN Slll.UMAN Jt CO.*
U4 31 14" I <t
T/?OH KALE 22 UlTS 'tslTl ATEIl NoKTlf
r weal; price low: a chance to make a good luve-ilinetit.
tsll onTIKW. J.HsHKKAOi. uu4-6t*
TTHiK SALK?A~t Hi >U E Flt< >NTAOK ON 15 TH
1 at., near Maiwai'liuiwtt<i ave.. auilahle tor three tine
)i<>us<-s. S4\ 1IM? feet, oi! l??th. near T. 4?i*l?wt. 14th
at., above I'. 2t>xltNl, It, near 1Mb. 55.tiiH2.lU. cor.
17ili ami ('orcoran. 5h.tixH5.?'orcoran atn^ar ltilU.
Vll.4 x IOO, U. noar 17th. ?iiK7. M *1., near A n e?
aud inauv mlier ilnHinlilv lot* 111 all part* of the city.
H. II T. i.KllHtLP, lS:tl K at. 11 w, au4-?t
IJWIt HALV??K V Mi A L KNTIME
X " partH ol a<iuar<<k aud aiiifle lot* la Laat v\ a<hliiK
ton. at from 5 to 'Ml cla. per h?j. ft : property In KjuI
XS'itatiluKiou U raiiitiji mium inij in prtoe: no* in Um
time to liuy. E. 11. T. LKiFol.lt. l;Ml F at. n *.
au4 3t
I" 7?OR HALK-A I.VKHK NI MKKK OF I HOH'E
building aitee In Ml. Fleawant; eonvenlent to ?tre?-t ?
cars, tichoola. cburchea, markela, Ac. li. H. T. 5,1.1mil
ii"i<i'ii 1.--. ?... * ?
A uo A r ni, II.M, HU-i-Jl
TT'OK BAUi^UmM HAVK u III Al'iinX
f I Aits. one a curlier lot. jmrt fronting on Manarliih
lrtt??v?. n.e. and IiuIiimi'v fronting on K st. lue.. which
1 <au M*ll for (I7(KI a lot nt t whole. TIiik projieriv w
susceptible of subdivision into Miialltf lot*, mul <>ff<-rn
an opportunity of obtaining ground suitable fur Imniwliatc
improvement at a ve.-v low price. s-ner and
Water uialli already laid. JNu. A. I'KK.-h.OTT. 14 Irt
F st. n.w. au4-HM
1>OK MALE?OK KX( 'HASH K-O )RN Eli L/ >T,
X 125x13ft, suitable tor i>iiIm1ivii1iii^ or building, out
square from Avetiue car* and new lliirarv 1'ark.
baxter A mah.uwan .
ap4-3t* __ lu Of- lull' I'm n.w.
Ij^OR (salk?a VERY I>EMRAI5l i i.< it ON q
' at., between 20lh and 21st sis.: J(ixl?s io2<? fmt
arad-d alley. Tills lot la surruundi-d liy miu?- of the
tuiu'lsoment residence* in the city. flienp t o an Immediate
purchaser. A. I*. HILL ?w Co., 1 :t.i^ I- ML.
au3-_w
1~ SoK HALE- BLILOKRH AMI >l'|j U LA TOM
' liere Is the b?-4 ..fl.-r in East W a* in^i.ni 17,mw
feet lacing Lincoln l"ark anil I *?t Capitol KL. lwo !? <<
troniagec only ftoc.; on easv terms. Uon i <.ei v. but
call ai once on wfcllkb A repkt i I,
auJMlt 320 Pennsylvania ?vc. ?. e.
IjMJR SALI uirs loo UllLliINt. I.M|\,Miv
150 feet, near ^ a'xrook >*aUoii. K uinl I'. II U J-i
minutus' ride by car* to city; beautiful I v Iwvb-d IHO
sold in six mouths; i>r>oe *15 a lot. A, ply in M iRIOK
llCCKETT, Attorney-at-l.aw, Bladi-li^burg, Md.. or
J ASPER ML JACKSON, 212 D at. n.w., Wa.->iilugtou.
au3-3m
*wr haIIS-FOOII IATSTON NORTH S1I?K of
X H KU, Just West of New Hampshire ave.. each iH*
BT fi to alley, and five Lots lu rear <>f saw*-, fronting
on Oregon ave., each 10x87.6 to alley. >4 ill b. sola
a>? a whole at 75c. per square tooL t liea|ieM Lola m
that neighborhood.
TYLER A RUTHK.RI>JRI\
Jy31-6t* 1?0 F Kt. n.w.
130R HALF?TWO K IN K IA >Th Hill HKAHT;
" overlooking Pennsylvania nve ; high location. <>n
grade, extensive views; each 20x113 to ?ule alley;
only 14c. One on B St. n.e.; beautiful location, &ji
HO to wide slley; ouly 15c. 17tb st., near H ?t 5"!
100, on grade; tide and rear alley: only 14>- Terms
to suit. Any of above will be mibdlvided tl de-ired.
and offer a rare opportunity for ]>eople ?>f moderate
means to qierulate. Also, bargains northwest. A|?ply
directly to owner. Room 4. 1331 Fst.ti.w.jyl7-2ai
1IMJR bALK-OKASU UI'lKUl I .MIT M V I; I Y
" all of square 671, fronting JMy t?-*-t on ? Y< k
ave. and 3o7 feet <?u 1st Kt. ea^t.runuiiii, . Jean tliroticU *
to N St.. about Oti.OOO squbr<- it., at 1h (flits Appijr
to owners. U'KiLKK it KKI'K'l I I, :i2ti Pa. ave.
j.e. JyW lui
^OITSALK BY WTOTDENIH>.\,REAL OTATB
f Auent, W23 F st. n. ? .. \ alualili- ItuilditiK l<ot?. iu
Ueuisou A LiClt:blou's sulMlivloioii of the Kslin l.-talc,
Wt Pleasant and l'leasnnt I'lalu-, iu IU.1 view of Hits
New National Park, bordering on lock < n-< k a?
Toted for uuanlmously by liu U. H. Hassle. < 'all early
to secure bargains. I iu
I">OR KALE - ALL PARTIT H H A YI N<. I M .Mproved
property lu fcasi W aslntiu'.<>n, ?h" w.:l
sell at reusonalHe Bgures, large tract* pri l- riel, < aii
dispose of the same U> U?LLLLK<k ItLl'l tti,3w
Pa. ave. a e. Jy23 liu
l^OR BALK?A DKSIKABLK BtlLPlN". l>iT, H
X st., Iietween 151 b and lOtli sta. n.w.: 1Kx1I5 leil
Will be sold low. TUOH. J. M \ l .K>.
Jy22-lm 121H K it u w.
VjMJlTHALK-SrPKRB~PIOTOF\jKOL'NI> IXiMf
mandlnir a grand view of Washington at d lis environs,
Is offered for sale for a few davs: 3 fronts. 120
It. on Prospect St.. 1HO tt. on Meridian ave.. 174 #L ou
tYesoent St., Meridian Hill; 2U.4C3 .-.q. fl.. euclosed by N
picket |euoe, just uorih ol Bouudarx' st. on weM nida
of 1 Mth st. Look at It. < >W N KK.
Jy 17 B?.x 244. city P. O.
I.^OB HALh?'TWO LOTH <iN 22I?~ST., 1JK1 W 1 I.N
1 L and M streets. fXi fe. t leep. suitable tor two
small houses; street paved with concrete.
Lot on lOlh a'., w ithin one square of J*i?tl circle 27
icet front hv 1 '2(1 ciMuiiiL Iol lor llrst-diiMi
residence, and clieap
Several Uibsuu ltttb st-, near T BL . at rea*onabi?i
prices.
Two Lota on 16ih st? Dear R St.. aft*l 10: i-lugaut
lot* Ibr QrK-claaa tt-sideno- Price reasonable.
Jyl4-2m A. P. BROWN. H'M F it. aw.
1?H>R bALE?TWl7 BEAl'TlKl'L LA. riTs AT TA:
koma Park, <x>iitalwng ao.oiiu 1*1 <>( ground.
JyH-Vm aIWI.n P hkown. i4.ti k>l n.w.
SM?????^
CO U NTRY K EA L EST A TE.
WANTED?TO LEA.HE EOR ONE VtAH
fhilu September 1st. a Country llace, 5 to *25
acres oi land Willi a 6 lo b-rooiu bou*e un J out builditigs,
wilbiu 3 loft Uille* of Uie city, with U?e privilege
of purchasing. p HHOEMAKER, N
au6-3t va0 1
rWK BAlJt- ? ^
f A Neat c ountry Home on 7th m. road above
Brigbtwood kbJ im-ar toliver hpring Malion; goo4
Irani* bouse ofH roon*
tLOL'lS P. SHOEMAKER,
au0-3t iwo ??. mw.
FOR BALE?AT KNOW I. MS STATION. METROpolitan
Hrancb R. K., 1U0 acrvt. 13-roow house.
good outbuildings; high, healthy location. Tut* plac*
can be boUffUt at a bargain. A I. HILL * Ou.. l?at4P
t. n.w. auS-tfw
IjlOR 8ALX?AT A BAKOAIK KAKN OK 39
' acres; uitlea ftwL this city; two-story dwelling;
excellent land; bkh, healthy locality: only Sl,<S6tl K.
A- PM ILL I Pis link New York ave. lyH-lui
PROPOSALS.
1 aEPAKTHEAT OP STATE.
MJ WaamstOTOK, 6th August. ltM6.
MM proposals will be i nerved at tbe oeuartmeot
of Mate, npul TWELVEO l i>JL E NOON. M< ?N DAT,
SIXTEENTH Al OL'sT, lKMfi, for AirnUiilac tbe iV
nTSssalf'to-mSuoti will to laraislfa'4 njtotTappih
fcjUrU? Mtrn X prop?lag to UM au<i,7,lo.IitT?.M
NAVY DKPAMTM?^T. * '
WUtu ?P MEbKTCE AND KURttEBY.
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