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for 'hr "J4 A'Mr (MMMlM a,' p. m.
K>>r t ? Di-art't of Columbia, Maryland, Dela
w ire, ard Virginia. cooler threatening weather,
Taiu, u ii.il.-i generally easterly.
\ ;srrr>BJ?. Attention!?Have your conn, bunions
&n l taOMMd Joint- treats! by Mrs. Dr. .1. Semuies
a > ?., 1115 ivnn>\lv ii.ia avenue, next door to
J'a ii-H-'jr.il. lieiiileiueu ami lady operators.
All-wool plaid -suits fit*. Elseman's, 7 and E.
IHjn't Fail to Attend the great auction sale of
Si- rt'-'l K'-v w. amid clgara, com
lm n? ing tills evening at 7 o'clock, continuing
di';.- at Io a.ui.. 2 and 7 p.m. until entire stock Is
c?' el o-r. The-?* cigars consist of the finest
tnnd" Id tb?? market, and will be sold In lots to
t>uit .?> ??>? and u|>w ml. Walter B. Williams a
Co., .?u u rs, corner loth st. and Pa. ave.
Au-*moi. check suits $10. Els*man's, 7 and E.
tk>:e Art Exhibit.?Ladles interested In the
.u- ii ??i th? ir li<>m**s should not fail to vinit
t .r.d art exhiMt, which takes plai e Tuesday
V. edm -xi iy and Thin-Liy, May 24, 25 ami 2i>. at
? ahldniers, :,u? <Hh street northwest. St.
CY>ud building.
AIX-wooi. ch'-i k suite $10. Elseman's, 7 and E.
Do*T Fai: to pee Great In amond Display and
woodcrt'ii prices at K. Harris x. Co., Diamond lin
- i'-v. 4;ti 7th ?t,. l**t ween I) ami E.
All-wool light suit s jio. Elseman's, 7 and E.
Kiil Kii Ai.l: Roaches, ant-s, b'd-bUsrs and
cntfon-bags. Krottcr's insect Powder. 25 cents.
Ali -wool light suits $lo. Elseman's, 7 and E.
Ii voc wast new tires on your carriae** or wa
p'UgotoT. K. rrazzare, rear ot southeast corner
? i)t street and P-nn-ylvanla avenue. 1'alntlng
and ivpairlng or all kinds promptly done at very
I w prices. New and second-hand wagons and
c Triages lor sale.
All-wool i he* k suits |lo. Elseman's* 7 and E.
corns cured. 25c. each. 1115 Pennsylvania ave
nue. skilled g*-nt and lady operators.
All-wool Indigo blue suits $H>. Eiseman's, 7&E.
Set*nty-fiv? cbnts will buy a genuine Mack
inaw hat, good shape, at Kraut's, cor. 7th and D.
All-wool lndiw-blue siilts $jo. Elseman's, 7&E.
ll?\DQCABTBBM FOK FOBKION FRC1T9.?700 boxes
12*^ l<i??, 2t*>, ;iM?sUcoran?^">!ourriveon incoming
Meaner, and for sale at low prices on arrival by
Harris and Anderson, 921 Louisiana ave. Tele
phone call, *?-2.
All-wool lutLgo blue sult? $10. Elseman's 7<?E.
A Grand Fbke Akt Exhibition and fancy needle
work display will be given by S. Oppenheimer &
Bn>., at 528 9th street northwest, commencing
04th and closing May J?it h, inclusive. This
display comprises ali that Is new and unique In
*uii)ru!d-Ty work, portieres, lamnre iuln^, silk and
Baiin draperies, banners, screens, toilet sets, aul
and oinls in etching,exec uted with arrasene,
? henllie, pearl, tinsel. Boss, tillosetts, silk, &<?.
All are cordially inflted to attend. Lessons will
b? given iruc u? tlie many varieties of work on ex
hibition.
All-wool plal 1 suits |10. Elseman's, 7 and E.
Fhotooraths! Fiiotogkafus!?Finest work at
reasonable prices. I^tabkook's,
711 Market Space.
S; r. PraWESs Cuancb valuable marble Interests.
Bi njons cured, 25c. each. 1115 Pennsylvania
av*-uue. t?i-nt>-sLx years' sueeessful practice.
I.icttt Fur Tlerbys, $1.25. Lit-'st Styles. So
Chestnuts. Special sale. 435 7th st. Lewis.
Liotttnin-q Rods repaired. J. II. Kuehling, 419
12th st. n.w.
All-wool strli^e suits $10. Elseman's, 7 and E.
Fok spring 1 anb and Washington dressed beef
To u> nn k Kelly, stAll t??. ff.1) and Center
i-aBkct, and .'tti and 2u* Northern Liberty market.
All-wool stripe suits#10. Elseman's, 7 and E
P 4 ret makes special offeror 100 sheets linen
?>npcr, your addn-ss neatly engraved from steel
die, and loo envelopes t-o match, for {?;. Will give
monogram lnste;i?l of address. .Monogram and ad
Urcss, very neat, $:{. Miu(>les on request. s,m,w
A ix-wool dark mixed suits $10. Elseman's, 7&E.
SrcciAL Atibhiiom is called to the superior qual
ify of our "Extra I>eodorlzed Enipn*ss"Fluid." for
> apor Stores, as being tree irorn irrease or gummy
BuUstani-e. nrder? by m ill promptly attended to.
?L W. Scha;fer & Bro., 1020 7th st. n.w.
Atx-wool dark mixed suits $10. Elseman's, 7&E.
1-h.htning Eods, electric work. J. H. Kuehllng.
str.%w Hats. Latest Styles. Lowest Prices.
Large stock. A. T. Lewis, 4X"? 7th st.
' tkeat Kedcction. ?Violet Water, large size,
fVs. ; sicaU size, for a few daj s only. Mertz's
Fhannacy, 11th and F stx
.vix-wooL dark mixed suits $10. Elseman's, 74E.
Fob PtkwWisbk Liqt oKS and Bekkkly, a pure
IP whisky, tlu-best on the market tor the price,
}. pr-r gallon. $1 a quart, and 50 cents a pint, 25
sample bottle, go to Tharp, 818 F st. n.w.
W hub waiting, glasses repaired; Hempler's, 4X
CITY AND DISTRICT.
AmmemenW To-nigtiU
Najtpnau?"The Passing Regiment."
Axbawh's.?"<'laudo I>uvaL"
Lj'.ht Iwfa.vtbt .VkjjokY.?BilUard match.
llABias.?Minstrels.
ksKxw's.-'"The Night Owls.'*
Xa>a*sas Panoham v.?Day and evealnj.
Comlenned l.ocalw,
Frlward Wlmm, a small hoy living at No. 1012
M str^ft, had 1 hree tlinr??rs of his left hand cut off
while playUig *it h a hay cut t?*r Saturday evening.
A c.V?r?-d girl nam?-d Kthel Brown was run over
ai U?e ci?mer of yth and M reets. by a heavy hay
w:_gi.,n Saturday evcidng, and n;ul one of her anus
br*li?-n.
THe Alarm from box 42? at 12:55 o'clock yester
da> inorning w.is t >r a slight tire in a stable in
iv;ir of K?A? Union street, which was owned by
Mrs. Julia Mahontjy.
The he^t of yesterday Induced a large number
or persons to seek the c??ollng breezes of the
river A?d the sh:?iy of the inviting resorts.
? on^iiVmble wumbers went to Marshall Hall on
tue conoran morning and evening and th>- Arrow
-:aith In Mw evening. ,\s nearly everybody had
1" .nlof the new switchback coasting track. ?kh)
1- t ;ong at Klvor View, tli* rush seemed to be in
that dir-ctjon.
A tire .-.Mw-d by a defective flue tooK place yes
t.-rrtay .jv-rnoon at J. 11. coates' cigar store. No.
7""j i7?h .vreei northwest; damage about $25.
at st. Aioyslus fair a diamond ring was voted
x ? !i W. Floeckher and a boy's silver watch to
?I H?irry L?:i!v.
Mr>. sarih ltiwl?-tt was severely injured about
t h. he Mi ? >a unlay oy falling off car No. 107 of
t :??- 7th-atie>-t line.
be - i-oti 1 sai'ntl cr.neert of the National Hifl<*s'
b ) ? In ihe sr^jThsoQlan (iroumls yesterday alt r
1 ->n was attended t>y hundreds of people, many of
tu m b?-lrig the "boys in blue" who are come to
take part in the National DrilL
i'ne caiirf vot*-d to .Ju lge MacArthur at the re
? -ni r:iir >r st. 4*?eph'^ church wi!i be printed
to lu-n by Mr. Chas. T. M'jore, of the District bar,
V? ? lrv^iday ov? ning.
Mrs. j.-nny Smith, known as the "railroad re
\ vaim, " led an interesting temperance meeting
tne Metropolitan M. E. church yesterday after
J: ?>T1.
: in- Wnii r stab's picket Atlas of the World is
11. p d fr?-e to every m-w subscriber ror one year to
t* - Weikly stab. It is a handsomely printed
t* < k of l?l pa^-e^, prr>ruseiy Illustrated, with more
tt; n l<?? col- 'T*.il in ips and diagram-, and contains
a *?- i;th or general iniormation. bee advertisc
ln di in anotuer column.
rwewr Me Lodge or ?;r??q Tnptn enter
t u'.- I n. iny pr n.lnent members ot foreign lodges
?.a saiur la., ni.-ht at K'kv llall.
v r ?-e]>n >ii will t?e giv n at the Cyclers' Ilead
?; : >n<rrstui^e\.-ninvrtoiheni< mbersof the League
? > \ia*Tle ui VAhecimen wiM? will -.peiid drill week
l:. " in-> ity. Tii pne/ram pr>yo^e<i for their cn
t- :' ?.!.? .? :;t '.v is i'Piite.i 111 Saturday's Stab.
Mr. Halt >r supreme seereiaryof the En
C ??.:;? at iLin<w.i\nlviiteor pythl Ls,ha^entered Into
j .m.'1 ? >; w,-u an old established business
a . ? in tui.t ir. md tendered las resignation as
KuiTeo:" secretary.
1..** a- \v p?- ? r /ion Baptist church. F street
S"' ?? t. On M/--.1 fouru>-u candidates yest?*r
*lay m >rniii . and wave the hand of icllowshlp to
jiin- % -* wo in 1 be . veiling.
i-iv ? , ur ir ; doll .rs, held It. a mil by a rubt>?*r
bari't, w is l'?-i .siinday aitrrnixin by an employe
?i X'* 1 .i? ri r iiepii'lin* ut. uetwei'U ~>>V) -1 reel
Ij -'I.ia -s' li.d tilti K ^tr??t or Metropolitan
1 ir< !.. A r v. ipi Sered in another column.
1.. >un-La> 1 iv. c.t*aor ha Ocas < orpus?tliose
< ? Ii irr> standiford and li. w. Coehrin?will be
h .r i o:. W cUuesday lu the Court in General
1 ?rr.i.
1 ? 'ir^F. Nash and*\. A. Watts were excused
as jurors m the 1 riuutiai Court to-day.
A SEKUilS ?'ittin<; Casb.?Iju* night Olllcer
li?< >: r<-st?-ii I.ee Nnowdeu. ci?lotfd, on a charge
?" > .'u? ^ ? ha-, s. oil, .iiso colored, at the corner
? :M ali 1 B >tr?-.-t. siNlthwest. la-^t TUur.-siay
lo.'hr. > ott was cut acr'^s the l'-g and seven ly
l.; u ? d. and is confined in tlie kospiUtL To-day,
ir. tin IVHi* Court, a charge of assaUit ag:Uiist
MjuniVu was '"ontlnueil.
i.ARiiE STOCK OK CkuCBBBY AT ACCTIOJ*.? Mr.
1? will M?-u."rrow, at 11 o'clock, at his
..... t. 1 'ii.-. an lini.i'-ii* -u>ek Oi English and
oil r.-r ? kery, to which the attention oi the trade
Is uim.ted.?.liW.
t AM ARU IllKBOV tU AND I MJU'KOTtD PKOPKKTT
at Aic rio.N.?.v? will b? si en by the advertisement
?---wh? rv. u^iuorr' W artemoon at ii o'clock Auc
t ????? r l> w hngwill s .1 a handsome three-story
br.ik nsi'l' iice and vacant lot at the southeast
oTuerot uth an-! ?i stni-ts southeast. Tiussale
or! rs a goo<l cbuoc for lntcstmcui. *
VALCAM PBIU-KBTY AT l.NTfcBSKCTION OF PlNS
BTL* v?IA-\VK:sLB AND ' TH S1BKKT VJt THIfAST AT
A1 ctiom.? 1 h< ma.s iMtwhnK, auctioneer, will sell
to-morrow afterniAiQ, in m>ut ot Uif'premiseSt at
L o clock, six building lots located at the mtersee
11'n ot ivnnay lv aula avenue and (itii street soutli
?ra>t. This lo? at ion i? cousld>*ml one or the tlnest
In that section of th?- city, and shoald command
the attention of investor^ or parlies desiring ilrst
class buildiLi; sites. See advertisement for par
ttcular%,
Vaixable Real Estat* iok Sai^.?Attention Is
calleil to an aiM-tiou sale of a valuable corner lot
on .>1 ami 1 streets northwest, oy chapin Brown,
trustee, to be soil to-morrow evening. A portion
of this lot Is Improved by a house, No. 228 I street,
am? presents a good chance lor investment. See
?dverUseuient on auotner pa^e.
shooting at a Woman.
WJ. MOORE FIRES THREE SHOTS FROM A REVOLVER
AT ANNIE HICKMAN.
This morning, about 7:30 o'clock, Wm. Moore,
colored, about twenty-one years of age, fired two
shots from a revolver at a young colored woman
named Annie Hickman, on tbe commons near St.
Patrick's Cemetery. Officer Slack, who was out
drlvlnir with his son, heard the report of the shots
and going In the direction of the cemetery saw the
voung woman nfnnlntr. and also saw Moore Ore a
third .shot at her. 1 lie officer drove after Moore,
and when within 50 leet or him, drew his revolver
and commanded the necro to halt and threatened
to shoot him if he did not do so. "Here me, Mr.
sia'k." saltl Moore, as he threw up hLs hands and
surrendered. The weapon was taken from him.
it was a flve-shooter, and four of 1U> chambers had
been empt I'-d. Moore, who Is only about twenty
one years of age, has served seven years In the Re
form school. His brother. Sam'l Moore, was ar
rested *>me time airo by officer Slack for assault
ing a girl on the Metropolitan Branch of tbe Balti
more and Ohio Railroad. and his trial was set for
to-day in the criminal Court- This morning In
the police Court Wm. Moore was charged with ear
ning concealed weapons and a line of $50 or HO
days was Imposed.
The prisoner was also charged with assaulting
the woman, and It was shown by the testimony
that th" pistol belonged to her, and that he took
it from her and tired two shots at her. The pris
oner claimed that he tired the pistol shots In the
air, but the testimony of Officer Slack was given
to show that a different state of facts existed. He
was given :i?>4 days In JalL
The Rilliard natch.
ALL ARRANGEMENTS COMPLETED?THE REFKREE TO BE
SELECTED TO-DAY.
The billiard match between Wm. Sexton and
Maurice Daly, for the championship of the world
and a purse of $1,000, begins at the Light Infantry
Armory at 8 o'clock to-night. The final arrange
ments weiv completed on Friday, when Mr. Kidder;
acting for Walter F. Hewitt, of this city, deposited
with the editor of the Spirit of the Time*, in New
York. $1,000, to be turned over to the winner of the
match. The game Is to be l.soo points, cushion
caroms. The play each night will end when either
of the contestants makes :iOO points. The rules
governing the game will be those of the last Col
lander cushion carom tournament for the cham
pionship, with the exception that to Insure a
count t he cue-ball must hit a cushion before hitting
the riecond object ball.
The referee for the match will be decided on
when Sexton and Daly meet here to-day. The
celebrated ivory diamond-tipped cue, which is now
held by Mr. sexton, who never trusts it to express
companies, will be brought here to-day by that
gentleman, and will be on exhibition at Kills'
music store. The championship emblem and the
Delaney and Koach medals are now on exhibition
at Ellis'. _
The Alexandria Itfurder.
DESCRIPTION OF THK MAN WHO IS SUPPOSED TO HAVE
KILLED POLICEMAN ARNOLD.
"Billy" Williams, the supposed murderer of
Police officer Julian Arnold, in Alexandria, about
a week ago, has not yet been captured. The city
council recently passed a resolution offering a re
ward of $r>oo for the capture and conviction of the
murderer or murderers of the officer. MayorSmoot
has prepared a circular, which has been sent to
the various lartre cities, offering the above named
reward. The circular reads:
"Officer Arnold was murdered In this city by two
noted burglars, John curran and 'Billy' Wil
liams. curran was arrested and Willlamsescaped.
Williams whose picture Is pasted on the circular.
Is described as being thirty years old, 5 feet 5
inches high, weight i:t"> pounds, brown hair, grey
eyes, dark, sallow complexion, scar over right eye
and mark on left temple. When last seen he was
wearing dark suit of clothes, dark derby hat and
pointed shoes."
Patriotic Sons of America*
WASHINGTON CAMP INSTITUTED BY A LARGE PHILA
DELPHIA DELEGATION.
Washington Camp, No. 1, of the Patriotic Order
Sons of America, 1>. C., was Instituted here Satur
day night by a large delegation from Philadelphia
Commandery, No. 4, Pennsylvania. This Is the
first camp lastltuted here. The following Is the
roster of officers: Past president, John F. Lep
phart; president, C. W. Spofford; vice-president,
N. K. Nowles: master of forms and ceremonies, F.
C. Town-end; recording secretary, H. B. Bayley.
The camp numbers about 100.
Hold Highwaymen*
ATTACKING HERDICS AND STREET CARS IN THE STREET.
About midnight last night two men, one of them
wearing a mask, stopped a herdic on Massachu
setts avenue, near loth street. One of them stood
at the horses' heads while the other mounted the
box and tore the cash box from its fastenings. The
driver made a lunge at him with a knife, and the
robber In turn pulled a revolver and fired. Neither
weapon did any damage. The highwaymen got
away with the box, which contained about $15.
Saturday nlsrht about midnight a bold attempt
was made to rob a Metropolitan street car on East
Capitol street. A colored man Jumped on, and,
opening the front, door, requested tbe driver. K. F.
Noble, to change a quarter for him. Noble turned
to comply with his request, and as he did 90 the
colored man struck him on the head with a stone
and seized the money-box, but Noble recovered
frv>m the blow, and grabbing his assailant shouted
lustily for assistance, several people rushed
toward the car, and as they approached the colored
man broke away and fled, leaving the box behind
Mm.
Sabbath Observance.
A PUBLIC MEETING HELD YESTERDAT TO URGE TH*
ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAW.
A public meeting was held yesterday afternoon
at the Lutheran Memorial Church, In the Interests
of the Sabbath observance movement. Hon. Hiram
Price presided and made an address. In the course
of which he said thaf II the grog shops were closed
up there would be little necessity for such a meet
ing. Prayer was offered by Bev. T. S. Hamlin, and
addresses were made by H. C. Claughton and Rev.
Dr. Elliott. Resolutions offered by Rev. Mr.
Richardson and seconded by Mr. Wm. Ballantyne,
were adopted, which called upon the Commis
sioners to faithfully execute the laws for the ob
servance of the Sabbath. "He further calls upon
all public officers," continues the resolution, "to
honor and observe In the several departments
of the Government under their charge the obli
gations of the sabbath day, that the nation, In its
chlff representatives, may obey that Divine com
mand which our fathers honored and which has
ev.*r been recognized as an essential factor In tne
welfare of the nation.
Paymaster Bacon's House Not Sold.?The resi
dence of Paymaster Bacon, 1634 I street, on the
south side of Farragut Square, was offered at pub
iii sale on Saturday by Thomas Dowllng, auc
tioneer. The highest bid was *18,000, and the
prop-rty was withdrawn. The owner's price was
$?>3,000. It is probable that the house will be
rented to Mr. Ftlrclilld, the Secretary of the Treas
ury.
Proponed Jleetiup for Jumping fforwe*.
Some Washington gentlemen have been corres
ponding with the owners of Jumping horses in the
hope of interesting them in a project to hold a four
days' meeting at Ivy city in July for Jumping
horses only. Several prominent turfmen are work
ing industriously to perfect arrangements for the
meeting. It is said that the owners of Jumping
horse* regard the efforts of the Washington men
very favorably, and If the meeting Is neld will
send their horses here. In view of the fact that
the Rockaway meeting will afford the onl> oppor
tunity for Jumpers this season, it Is thought that
a mid-summer meeting at Washington exclusively
devoted to Jumping events would be a success. If
the proposed extra meetlug cannot be arranged for
July, it may take place In the fall after the Jockey
Club meeting.
The Weekly Star's Pocket Atlas of the World is
offered free to every new subscriber for one year to
the Wkkki.y Star. It Is a handsomely printed
book of 191 pages, profusely Illustrated, with more
than loo colored maps and diagrams, and contains
a wealth of general Information. See advertise
ment In another column.^
Two Shows at Kernan'3.?Lady orchestra In
garden and The Night owls in theater.?Adit,
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We b?ve on hand a fall stock of the Coo
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bole Ajfencj lor uu
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Catarrh To Consumption.
Catarrh in its destructive force stands next to to and
undoubtedly leads on to consumption. It is therefore
singular that those afflictcd with this fearful disease
should not make it the object of their lives to rid them
selves of it. Deceptive remedies concocted by ignor
ant pretenders to medical knowledge have weakened
the confidence of the great majority of sufferers in all
advertised remedies. They become resigned to a life
of misery rather than torture themselves with doubt
ful palliatives.
But this will never do. Catarrh must be met at every
stage and combatted with all our might. In many
cases the disease has assumed daznrerous symptoms.
The bones and cartilages of the nose, the organs of
bearing, of seeing and of tasting so affected as to be
useless, thtf uvula so elongated, the throat so inflamed
and irritated as to produce a constant and distressing
cough.
Sanfobd's Radical Cube meets every phase of
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Each package contains one bottle of the Radical
Cure, one box Catarbhal Solvent, and an Im
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And that weary, lifeless, all-gone sensation ever pres
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by disease, debility or dissipation, are relieved in one
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DRY GOODS FROM THE LARGEST AUCTION
HOUSE IN PHILADELPHIA.
FINEST QUALITY PLAID MUSLIN, 16c.
FRENCH SATINE8, choice styles, finest quality, 25c
BEAUTIFUL SPRING DRESS GOODS, in Plaids,
StnjHw, Checks, and Fancy Styles; cash value, 25c.;
reduced price, 1" yards, for $5.00.
BLACK SURAH SILKS, cash value 75c., reduced to
CAMELS HAIR FRENCH SERGE, in lovely spring
shades, pure wool, wide double width, 45c.
HEAVY 6UOS GRAIN BLACK SILKS, USo.
BLACK CASHMERES, line quality, wide double
width, IJ7 3^c.
PLAID'.AND FANCY STYLE DRESS GOODS, pure
silk and wool, wide double width, 50c.
FANCY SILKS. 37,J$c., 40c., 45c., 50c.
Black Caslimsre Shawls, pure wool, ftl.50; Cclored
Surah Silks. <aa; American Sattines, French styles,
1~ V; Beautiful Spring Dress Goods, in plaids, strii>es,
checks, and fancy styles, wide double width, ti.ic.
Cash Customers are entitled to a Handsome Bridal
Quilt, worth $1.50, or a pair of Satin Damask Towels,
immense size, pure linen, worth $1.00, if they buy
$10.00 or over in Dry Goods.
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my21 1211 F STREET N.W.
A. Word To Parents.
EARLY IN THE PRESENT SEASON WE DE
TERMINED TO CARRY IN OUR BOY8' STOCK
THE FINEST GOODS MADE AND THB VERY
LATEST STYLES. TO THIS END WE MADE
special EFFORT, AND THINK WE CAN
SHOW MORE FINE AND ENTIRELY NEW
GOODS FOR BOYS AND SMALL BOYS (BOYS
WITH LONG PANT8, SMALL BOYS WITH
SHORT PANTS) THAN ANY HOUSE IN
washington. IN THE MAIN OUR PAT
TERNS and STYLES ARE SOLD BY NO one
elbe here, AS WE BUY OF SEVERAL
LARGE MANUFACTURERS, who RETT. NO
one IN WASHINGTON but OUR8ELVES.
IN OTHER CA8ES WE HAVE our own
STYLES MADE UP for our special
TRADE. the ADVANTAGE OF THIS 18
that our STYLES NEVER BECOME com
mon BECAUSE OF OTHER DEALERS HAND
LING THEM.
IN ADDITION TO the FINEST GOODS WE
CARRY A LARGE assortment OF the
MEDIUM GRADES, RANGING FROM $4 A
SUIT UP for SMALL B0Y8 and ?8 UP for
LARGE BOYa
SO MUCH for OUB 8TYLES. now AS TO
PRICES. WE THINK WE KNOW the TRADE
PRETTY WELL, and WE MEAN that NO
ONB SHALL undersell US.
OUR CLAIM IS TO CARRY THE NEWEST
STYLES, IN THE FINEST AND MEDIUM
GRADES, AND SELL THEM AT MODERATE
PRICES.
WE ARE RAPIDLY building UP A TRADE
ON THESE CLASSES OF GOODS, AND WANT
TO MAKE IT STILL LARGER
WE REALIZE THAT THE WAY TO DO IT IS
FIRST TO HAVE WHAT THE BEST TRADE
DEMANDS, TO HAVE A GOOD ASSORT
MENT, AND THEN TO MAKE CORRECT
PRICES.
E. B BARNUM k CO?
mjSO ?31 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Fine Old Rye AVhisky.
FINE OLD RYE WHISKY.
FINE OLD RYE WHI8KY.
FINE OLD RYE WHISKY.
Reduced to 50c. per Pint Bottle.
Reduced to 50o. per Pint Bottle.
Reduced to 50c. per Pint Bottle.
? This whisky we have bandied for more ?i??n
20 yean. <*n, therefore, guarantee perfectly
free from fusel oil and all other impurities
specially suited for medicinal and private use.*
A trial solicited. 50c. per pint bottle; $3.50 per
gallon.
ARTHUR NATTANS, Druggist,
my 10 14tfa and I and 2d and D sta. n.w.
He De Barb,:
IMPORTER AND TAILOR,
has the honor to infonn^-ou^that his NEW GOODS
Mr. RAKR personally Am all garments in his as
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... 1111 Pennsylvania avscna
mh!7 Washington, D. 0.
CITY ITEMS.
The National Drill brings thousands of
people to the city, and the great attraction at the
Fair will bring a vast number of patrons to this
mammoth establishment to make an observation
of the beautiful line of goods displayed there. On
this special occasion we will offer great bargains
few to-morrow only: 48 Sheets of colored or white
shelf paper, only 7c.; New shape English china
chamber sets, 10 pes., only $2.37; Crystal glass
goblets, 6 for 24c.; New shape white china cham
ber sets, lOpcs., (extralarge), only h.h?; Extra
quality white china cups and saucers, e for 45c.:
Extra quality shoe brush, with whisk broom and 1
box of blacking, only 22c.; Pudding pans, 4-qt.,
4c.; 5-qt., 5c.; )f-pt. cups, lc. each; Pie plates, 5
for 5c.; Eclipse flour sieves, only 9c.; 10-qt. Dish
}?!tns, only 12c.; 5-Hook coat racks, 7c.; Large
apanned dust pans, 7c.; Half-covered dust pans,
11c.; Clotheslines, 30-ft., 4c.; GO-ft., 8c.; 90-ft*,
12c.; Colored glass berry dishes, only 15c.; Extra
handsome colored cut glass berry saucers, only 5c.
each; Extra large slzecrystal glass water pitchers,
only 25c.; Colored glass gas" globes, only l?c.;
Satchels and Valises below cost.
Genuine Mexican hammocks, only $1.15; The
largest assortment of Baby Carriages, Refrigera
tors, Ice Chests, and Traveling Trunks in the Dis
trict.
N.B.?The Fair will be open Monday, Tuesday,
and Wednesday until 8 o'clock p. m. 1
Trunk* Repaired Properly
And at reasonable prices at
Topham's Factory,
5 1231 Pennsylvania avenue northwest.
Free Instructional. Free Exhibition
of tine art needle work, beautiful new draperies,
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, May 24, 25,
and 26, Open day and evening, at Oppenheimer's,
528 9tli su n. w., St. Cloud building. 1
Bicycle and Boating- Shirt*, buttoned
and laced, plain and fancy, from $l up, at Franc's,
corner 7tn and D. l
Cuhtom-.TIade Trunks
Of all kinds and at prices ranging from $l to $60
at Topham's Manufactory,
5 2231 Pennsylvania avenue northwest.
Two Singers for Two Songs!
$10 will buy a good Singer, with drop leaf, side
drawers, cover and all latest Improved attach
ments. $15 will buy an elegant Singer, equal to
any $40 machine, all with Ave years' guarantee, at
Auerbach's, 7th and 11. Telephone, 422-2. 1
Points of Interest*
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, May 23, 24,
and 2"?. Bring your friends to see the grand Free
Exhibition of Art Embroideries, and see how easily
It Is accomplished, at Oppenheimer's, 528 9th st.
n. w., st. Cloud building. Instructions free. 1
Our 910 Saratoga Trunk
Takes the lead. Cloth lined, Excelsior lock, re
volving rollers, iron bottom, hard-wood cleats,
and steel clamps. At
Topham's Manufactory,
5 1231 Pennsylvania avenue northwest.
Solid Gold Rings |2 up. Frank, 457 Penn. ave.
Colburn's
PHILADELPHIA MUSTARD.
King of condiments. Flavor, pungency, strength
combined in perfection. Finest mustard made.lm
Before Buying a Refrigerator
see the Kldgway, the only Refrigerator that hag a
system In it, that condenses and carries off all
odors that arise from vegetables, meats, <tc. J. W.
Sch.efek ? Bko., Sole Agents for the District, 1020
7th street n.w. eolin
Bailey's Moth Paper, 5c. a yard. lm
Colburn's
WORCESTERSHIRE TABLE SAUCE.
Piquant and appetizing. Has no equal In flavor.lm
Dog Collars engraved free. Walford, 487 Pa. av.
Just Received
5,000 A A and A1 elgars; an excpptlonably fine
cigar for 5 cents; by the box of 50 at special prices,
come and see them. C. C. Bryan,
eo3t Fine Groceries, 1413 N. Y. ave.
Bailey's 25-ft. Rubber Hose complete, $3. lm
An Extended Popularity. Brown's Bron
chial Troches have been before the public many
years. For relieving coughs and Throat troubles
they are superior to all other articles. Sold only
in bozrs.
"Let's Talk 123 Harness."?Becker's, eo
'Royal Glue" mends 'em.?Boston Varieties.
Bailey's, 825 7th st. n.w. Lawn Mowers, $5.75.
'The Queen of Beer*."?No family should
be without Moerleln's celebrated Beer, 75c. per
doz. [Um] F. II. Fin lev, Agt., 1206 D st.
Bailey's ?1 Saw, warranted. lm
Frcsk Alderney Butter churned everv morning
and delivered In % lb. "Ward" prints, 40c. per lb.
Also, cottage Cheese and Buttermilk; sweet Milk
oc. per quart. Cream 15c.
Welcome News Xo The Ladies;
BARGAINS EXTRAORDINARY.
We take pleasure in announcing that we have
been successful in clearing the entire stock of
two of the largest straw manufacturers, at prices
that will be an agreeable surprise to all in search
OF STYLISH STRAW HATS AND BONNETS.
Lot 1 comprises 120 dozen lovely Straw Bonnets, In
different braids and all colors, worth from 50c. to
91. which we offer at
23 CENTS ONLY.
Lot 2 comprises 42 dozen of the Cabinet Shapes?Ia
mar, Mannintr, Bayard. Whitney and Vilas?in
fine straws; sold formerly at $1.37; are now
75 CENTS ONLY
Lot 3,100 dozen Toboggans. Dandys, Elite, Fedora.
Norma, at
22 CENTS ONLY.
One thousand dozen of different Straws, in all colors,
such as Allanda, Maple wood. Oriole, Glendon,
Rosedale, Sancy, Tuxedo, and hundreds of other
shapes; sold formerly at 75c. to 41.25; are now
offered at
50 AND 75 CENTS ONLY.
Our entire stock of fine English Milan*, sold formerly
at 92, $2.25 and $2.50, will be slaughtered at
75 CENTS, $1 AND $L25 ONLY.
CHILDREN'S HAT DEPARTMENT.
Choice Styles of
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED CHILDREN'S HATS
AX A
TREMENDOUS REDUCTION.
FLOWERS.
We are overstocked on Flowers. They have to be sold.
PRICE NO OBJECT.
ALSO
OUR TIPS, PLUMES, RIBBONS, SURAH SILKS,
GAUZES, VELVETS, ORNAMENTS,
8UN UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS,
Come In for the Same Reduction.
DON'T MISS YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
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CROQUET FROM $1 UP
A Summer In England with Henry Ward Beecber
In 1886.
Pnyers from Plymouth pulpit
Ward Beec&er Life in New England, by Henry
FOR SALE?LOTS.
F)R IS ALE?81X OF THE CHOICEST LOTS IN
Le Droit Park, New. 1. i. 3, 4. 5, and 6, in block 2,
only 30c.; good thing for a prompt purchaser
^ , WELLEi. & KEl'E 1TI.
my23-2w 326 Pa. ave. me.
Fc
FOE SALE-A FINE LARGE SORREL HOUSE,
weight about 1,200 pounds, eight years old; per
fectly sound in every respect; kind and fearless of
steam cars or mask-. works .anywhere be la hitched.
Call at 734 7th at. a.e. It*
IOR 8ALE?LOT ON 17TH sT. N.W., 1N\110 TO
alley, with right to party wall, only 90c. if takeu
this month. H. L. MANX, lil? Kst. n.w. my23-3t*
F)R SALE?LOT ON WHITNEY AVE, NEAR
14th st., at the low price of 24c. Also, beautifully
located Lots on Howard Hill, overlooking city. 30c.
and .Hoc. H. L MANN, 017 F st, n.w. iny23-3t*
FIR SALE?LOTS ON F ST., NEAR 3D ST. N.E
Can be sold at 35c. and 40c. Well-located Lots for
immediate building, iiear Navy-Yard, at 40c.
my23-3t? H. L. MAX'S, 017 F st. n.w.
F~ OR" SALE?VALUABLE REAL ESTATE HAR
trains; 135.000 sq. ft. of ground on Brightwood
ave.. improved by ail elegant house, mod. imp.. 17
rooms, cellar, lanre stable and outbuildings. splendid
water, irrand shade trees: may Ik> profitably subdivided.
Only 18 cents sq. It., for a few days. 10* acres on
Bladen?burg pika in the District, lying between the
pike and B. and O. R. R.; gas along the front. Will
subdivide elegantly. Plat made; only a short distance
from Boundary street. A rare cliance* for investors and
speculators, 812,000,
Seven lots 1st st. n.e., each 20x100, 53c sq. ft.,
cheap.
Splendid lots East Capitol st., south front, bet. 6th
ana 7th st., $1.30 sq. It.
28,000 sq. ft., Mass. ave. a.e., sq. 1073,only20 cents,
very easy terms.
my23-6t DAVID D. STONE, 1226 F st. r>.w._
FOR SALE?LOTS "ONToTH-ST.. BETWEEN Q
and R sts. n. w? elegant neighborhood, near Du
pont Circle; only unimproved land in the block; 81-75.
HARDING & WATERS, 006 11th st. n.w. uij-.M lw
TX>R SALE?"BELAIR HEIGHT8"-A FEW LOTS
.F on Belmont and Prescott streets and on l'ark
ltoad, are still unsold. Price on Park road still re
mains at 35 cents i?er foot, and on the two other
streets at 50 cents per foot, with a discount of 10
per cent when three or more lots are taken. One
hundred and thirty-four lots have been sold within the
last thirty days. No better investment is oflered.
FITCH. TOX 4 BROWN, 1437 Fa. ave. n.w. my23-3t
FOli SALE?a WELL LOCATED LOT, ON Co
lumbia Heights; will be sold cheap to prompt pur
chaser. THOS. J. FISHER & CO.,
my21-3t 13\i4 F st. n.w.
FOR SALE-TWO LOTS FRONTING ON THREE
streets; no waste, situated in southeast section of
the city, near Lincoln Park. Address owner. 112H 12th
st. n.w. my21-3t*
?w-wiR SALE?BY BENJ. P. DAVIS. 1319 F ST.
F Suburban Lota-Coluutnbia Road, 40c -
ant "0, 25, 30. 3oc.; Meridian Hill. 30. 33, 4U> ..
F
ISth, 82.50; O, bet. 20tli and 21st, $2.10. my21-31*
FOR SALE-LOTS IN ALEXANDRIA VA., IN
new subdivision o? square near Arrow Steamship
property; agoodinvestment. For l'lits and prices
call on BAXTER & MacGoWAN, 1008-1010 F st. i,
my213f
FOR SALE?TO CAPITALISTS AND BUILDERS?
(j l.ots fronting 127 feet on M st.n.w., between 20tli
st. and New Hamitsliire ave , a 30-foot aliey in rear.
This property is in the heart of the city, and will ad
vance in value rapidly. Title perfact, and will be Bold
at a sacrifice to an immediate purchaser.
P. A DARNEILLE.
my21-3t* 1226 Fst.n.w.
I" ""OK SALE?16TH St! LOTS^
The s. w. corner 16th and Kenesaw sts.; has a front
age of 17U feet on 10th st.; contains 13,718 square
feet. Price 35c.
W. RILEY DEEBLE,
my21-6t _ 1319 F st.
FOR SALE?S. E. CORNER 10TH AND PIERCE
sts., 43x100, at $2.50; west aide ltith. bet. Swan
and T sts., 40x100. $^; west side 16th, l>et. Corcoran
and R sts., 41x110. $2.75; east side Kith. bet. Q and
Corcoran. 66x110. $2.75. W.1ULEY DEEBLK,
iuy21-6t 1310 Fat., adjoining Sun Building.
ffit BALE ?"TWO LOTS IN GARRET PARK!
diejip; three alley Lots, between 10th and 20th, L
and XI n. w. ? Lot on II, lietween 2(>th and 21st; small
Lot on Meridian Hill. A. S. TAYLOR, 1224 F st. n. w.
my21-3t
OR SALE?S.W. COR. IN THE NORTHEAST
section, 00x42 to alley; three squares from street
cars; price, 35c. W. RILEY DEEBLE,
my21-6t 1319 F st.
Ij*OB SALE?A FINE BLOCK OF LOTS IN
Bclair Heights, consisting ill part of the three at
the intersection of California and Massachusetts aves.;
the tract contains 47.622 square feet.
These superb building sites are the finest on the en
tire Massachusetts ave. extension, and can be
bought as a whole at a small advance over original
prices.
W. RILEY DEEBLE.
iny21-lm 1319 F st_
F~~ OR SALE-SOUTH SIDE OF~U ST., BET. 16TH
st., New Hampshire ave. and 17th st., two Lots, 22
xllO each to 12-i't alley; price, $1.
my21 -tit W. RILEY DEEBLE, 1319 F at._
1JH5R SALE?17,500 SQ. FEET. OPPOSITE
Lanier Heights, south of Columbia road. 34c.
W. RILEY DEEBLE,
my21-6t 1319 F st.
IjOR SALE - SPECIAL OFFERINGS?LOT ON
Whitney ave., Columbia Heights, 25c.
Princeton St., near 14th. Columbia Heights, 45c.
18th st. extended, near Columbia Road. 45c.
Washington Heights. Conn. ave. extended, 75c,
9tli st., near R; lots 20x100, $1.25.
4tli st., near A s. e? 29x52, with party wall, $2.
Send or call lor new Bulletin.
BAXTER & MacGOWAN.
my21-3t* 100S-1010 Fst
For sale-lot so, lanier heights, con
tainingover 61,000 ft. at 7 cents; also lot on G st.
n.e., 40 cents; easy terms. Owner, 1214 O st. n.w.
my21-2t*
I70R SALE-TEN LOTS (100,000 FEET) ON 14TH
. Street road, at XIt. Pleasant, with spring; on long
time. Dr. D. BREEDS, cor. 8th and F sts. n.w., or
Howard ave., Mt. Pleasant. my21-lw*
I70R SALE-DESIRABLE LOT ON 10TH ST. N.E*.
. (westtude),near B; 55.7 front; good title. OWNER,
:i34 10th st. n.e. my21-3t*
For s ale?nicelot, 50 x 150. on roanoke st?
Todd & brown's sub. at 20c On Howard ave., Mt.
Plasant. 66x180, at 20c. On Whitney ave., 100 feet
front, near head of 13th St.. at 24c. Pretty little Lot
011 Meridian Hill, less than IOO feet deep, at 3:5c. Lot
on Erie st.j 50x150, at 32c., and beautiful corner. Erie
at., 100x1.>0, at 40c. Four Lots 011 Patterson st.. in
square 672, at 16c. JOHN SHERMAN & CO., 1407 F
st. my21-3t
FOR-8ALE-THE SOUTHEASTERN SECTION OF
square 712. containing 68,050 sq. ft 30c
Breed Place, Mt Pleasant, D. C? about 195,000 sq.
ft., one-lialf or the whole 18c
Also fine building lots 011 Rhode Island ave., be
tween 10th and 17 tn st. n. w.
F. W. HOWARD,
my21-3t* 933 F st. n.w.
F~~ OR SALE-CORNER LOT, ABOUT S.OOO FEET!
can be subdivided into 0 building lots; also lot,
aliout 6,000 feet; can be subdivided into S building
lots; the.-*; lots have sidewalks, parking, trees, sewer,
water and gas; located near the corner of Penn. ave.
and 11 tli st. southeast; in a nice neighborhood; of
fered at the low price of 45 cts. i>er foot. Apply to
SWORMS!EDT & BRADLEY,
my21-6t* 927_F st. n.w.
1~J<ORSALE?
. A beautiful Plot of Ground, northwest, within
one square of Dupont Circle; 109 feet front by a depth
of 133 feet to a good alley. Will sell as a whole or by
single lot. C11AS. A. McEUEN,
my21-7t 142O F at
I^OR SAIjE?THOSE BEAUTIFUL LOTS CORNER
13th and U sts., having a frontage of 155 on 13th
and 130 feet on W su; alley in rear. Can be subdivided
at great advantage; 81 square foot.
my21-3t* A. S. CAY \VtX )D. Cor. 0th and K sts. n.w.
FOR SALE-FOUR NICE LOTS ON P ST., BE^
tween5thand (ithsts. Will sell separate or to
gether; $1.10 square foot.
my21-3t* AS. CAi'WOOD, Cor. 0th and K sts. n.w.
FitR SALE? 43,000 Sg. FT. OF GROITND. WITH
three fronts, only three squares from the Capitol,
?t a speculative ligura. TYLER & RUTHERFORD,
ap23-5w* 1226 F st. n.w.
I^OR SALE-IMPORTANT NOTICE-AFTER MAY
25th the lots 011 Xiassachusetts ave. and 1st st. n.e.
will be advanced to 75 centH, now ollering for 00 and
65 cents per square foot; jilats on application. Four
choice lots on Lanier avenue. Lamer Heights. 50x150
feet, southeast front, offering for a few days at 30
cents i>er square foot. Terms very easy. These lots
are near Cliifburue. A. M. XicLACHLEN & CO.,
iny2-lm* 1321 Fst. n.w.
1_^OR SALE-CHOICE LOTS AT FOREST GLEN^
1 from 214 to 15 cents a foot.
Lanier Heights, from 20 to 40c. a foot.
Columbia Load, at 50c. a foot.
Meridian Hill, 2 good lots at 30c. a foot.
THOS. G. HEN8EY,
myl2-2w 1O06 F st. n.w.
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For 8ALE?CHOICE LOTS? "
2 lots on 22d st. n.w., ^0x 1(H), $1.50 a ft
1 lot on 21st st. n.w., 25x00, $2 a ft
1 lot on New Jersey ave., n.w., 22x100. $1 25 a ft.
3 lots on Boundary and li. J. ave., 18x60, $1 a ft
3 lots on Boundary and N. J. ave., 18x80, 75c. a ft
3 lota on Boundary and N. J. ave., I8x 115. 60c. a ft
THOS. G. HENSEY,
myl2 2w 1O06 F st. n.w.
FOR SALE-LOT& " "
Ix>t8 5 it 6, blk. 15, H & E sub. div. Meridian Hill
with Haines renting for $18 per month Price 40c. per
so. ft.
Lots 48 4 49, Denisson & Leighton sub. div. Meri
diaii Hill, 40c.
Lots in sq. 152 at 95c.& 75c.
Lots on Columbia road bet. 14th and 15th sts.extended.
Lots iiii blks. 14, lp, 16,18 and 20, Meridian Hill.
Several fine lots in Whitney Close & Mintwood Place
sub. div.
TYLER & RUTHERFORD.
my7-4w* l-~6 F street northwest
For SAIJ.-A number of largeTand~small
blocks of ground in the eastern section of the citv
at speculative prices. TYLER & RUTHERFORD
1220 F st- aplO-Qw* '
v/R SALE?A NICE LOT, 25x90, ON NEW
Hampshire ave., between XI and N sts. Apply to
owner,
my4-3w* JOHN S^GAINES, 1515 Hst n.w.
FOR 8ALE-A PRETTY LOT QN CAPITOr. WTT.fr
mat trout, 20x80 feet only $350; terms, $lo5
everj' three months till paio. Just the piaceior De
partment clerk. OWNER, Room 4.
myl8-0t 133! jp 8t. n.w.
TTOR SALE
I? A VALUABLE CORNER LOT IN
"COLUMBIA HEIUHTS"
This property is CM>able oi advantageous subdivi
sion. and can be bought at a reasonable hgure
lor particulars apply to
1HOMAS i. FISHER k CO.,
_myl8-6t 3324 F st nTw.
For sale-in the best location in the
northwest section of the city, several lota, reason
able for cash; no commissions. Address Box 132 Star
ofiite- my 19411?
FOR SALE-LOTS l, 2. 3. 4, 5 and 6, SQUARE
south of square Olo, fronting 120 teet<by 125, cor
ner 9th and D sts. ae.; a beautiful location for me
dium-sized houses. THOMAS A MITCHELL, 934 F
st, Rooms 5 and 0, my 19-5t*
R~8ALE?LOTS 4. 1L AND 12. SQUARE 982"
at an absolute sacrifice Have an aggregate front of
120 feet on 11th and 12th ats., near H st. n e.
THOMAS A. MITCHELL, 934 F st, Rooms 5 and 6
myl9-ot*
OR~SALE?A BARGAIN RARELY OFFERED?IN
the east half of Lot 0 and west half Lot 5. souare
171, fronting 48 feet by 80 on north aide of Est
bet. 17th and 18th sts. n. w., half square from the
War Department ?t 85 cts. per square loot.
THOMAS A MITCHELL,
myl9-10t* 934 F at, Rooms 5 and 6.
F)B SALE?AT SPECIAL LOW PRICES? *
28,585 square feet of Ground, fronting Delaware
ave. and Colfax at n.e.
32,322 square feet of Ground, corner Whitney ave.
and 13th st, Columbia Heights. *
For price and terms apply to OWNER, 1210 Nitn.
f, from 6 to 7 p.m. myl8-3m
FOB SALE?ON COLUMBIA HEIGHT8?
Lot 19. Block 3^, if sold this week. 45c. a foot
Lots 6,0, LL15, and 16, Block 2L 30 to 45c. a foot
THOS. G. HENSEY,
myl2-2w 1000 F st a.w.
FOR SALE?LOTS.
F"K SAI.fr-TKIASGLE EAST OF S^CARK KVI'J.
eighteen Lots. containing 17.034 square feet, in
clo-* proximity to the propi*>ed Eastern Branch bridge;
273.3 on Kentucky sve. US ?? on E St.. and 229.5 on
east 14th St. Price 4;k". per miuare foot. Apply or
address D. M GOODACRK, Clifton Term*. Howard
ave., Mt Pleasant D. C. my20-lm
For sale-lot 19, squaue iocs, 59.2x140
feet, at 25c. per square foot; aide and rear alley.
Apply or address D. M. GOODACRK. Clifton Terra--e,
Howard ave., Mt. Pleasant. D. 0. my20-im
FOR SALE-ON 1ST, BETWEEN L AXD M X W~
40,000 square feet at a baivaiu. Attention ot
bttilden and .peculator, invited. WALKER & Wll,
SOX, 100t> F at. n.w. my20-3t
FOR SALE?60 FRONT, WEST SIDEOF218T ST.7
between O aud P; offered foe a few day* at $1.50
per square foot. WALKER A WILSON, 1006 F st.
my20-3t
Pt?R SALE?LOT8.
loth st. near 0.21 x Sat 23x90. side alley* 1.75
'00 ?2.50 8th st.. 22x100 .bargain.
1 "tuear 16th.24xl00.2.10 11th st.. 40*100 1.00
8 *t.. 20x!M>. side alley. 1.50 R St., 138 feet front.. .1.50
8st. 23x90 1.50 R St., 23x100 1.75
IjJJ-OOO feet, Stoddart St.. at a liargain.
feet, square 1073; if sold soon, 20 cents.
oO.OOO feet, square 1 <>47,pood surroundings. 24 cents,
tine Lote on Columbia and Lanier Heights, and the
best Lots in Takouia Park.
m> 20-3t J. H. GRAY A CO.. 622 F st.
S*?.R SALE?OX CAPITOL HILL, 4TH BETWEKX
- worth A and East Capitol; tvro lots. 21.8x95; .side
lit'V :ifli ntlar <t. 4 1~ J._: a l ? .
J?OR 8ALF?
X IX THE MARKET AT LAST.
Those beautiful villa sites on the summit of Roslyn
Heights.
?We are now prepared to offer to the lovers of the
beautiful the very finest villa si tee in all the surround
ings of the city of Washington. We challenge compar
ison with anything1 north, south or east of the city for
lteauty of scenery, coupled with nearness to the city.
Lying immediately abreast of the city, they allordan
uninterrupted view of the entire city and the river and
Maryland hills for miles in either direct ion. For
l>eauty and hualthfulnesa they are ABSOLUTELY UX
SURPASSED.
We can offer twelve lots. ranging from one and a half
to three acres, at prices that put to shame the ridicu
lous figures charged for ground four times a* far away
and not a tithe as beautitul. Sen then:. BE CON
YIXCED AXD BUY. T. H. 8YPH1.1U) & CO?
xuyl9-6t 1007 F at.
1JH )li SALE-TWO XICE LOTS, 20x83 TO 10-Ft m )T
alley, within block of Dupont Circle. Price 90c.
Apply CHARLES EARLY, 603 14th st. n.w. my 10-2 w
1IK>R SALE-CHOICE LOTS."
1 Lot on 16th st_ bet. P and Q sts. n.w $2.75
1 Lotou (J st., bet. 20th and 21st sts. n.w 2.50
1 Lot on (Jst.bet. 17th st. and New Hampshire av L73
Several Lots on 15th st., bet. T and U sts. n. w.... L10
1 Lot on U st., bet. 14th and l.r>th sta. n.w 1.00
1 Lot on 16th at., bet. T aud U sts. n.w 2.00
1 Lot on S st., bet. Xew Hampshire ave, and 18th 1.40
mylJHit S. C. HILL Cor. 8th and F sts.
For sale?must be sold at oxce^lots-;iT
and 12, block 37, Columbia Heights. \\ ill be sold
to an immediate purchaser at 25c. per square foot.
myltMjt S. C. HILL Sth and F sts.
For sale?
1 AM AUTHORIZED TO OFFER, FOR A FEW
DA^S. those three handsome Lots at the comer of
Whitney ave. and 13th st. extended at the low price of
3()c. Ground iu this immediate locality in held at 40c.
This is a decided bargain. S. C. HILL, 8ui and F.
myl9-6t
I?OR SALE OR EXCHANGE
. FOR UXIMPROYED PROPERTY?
That handsome Residence on Columbia ave., between
14th and 15th sts. extended, containing 19 rooms;
handsomely finished and supplied with ;dl modern im
provements; 30,000 souare feet of ground, handsomely
laid out, iu\; price $30,000; tenus very easy, or will
exchauge for unimproved real estate.
myl9-6t S. C. HILL, coruer Sth and F sU.
F"" 'OR SALE ? I OFFER A VERY CHEAP LOT OX
16th street extended, if sold in a few days.
Call at once. S. C. HILL
myl9-6t Corner Sth and F st
FOR SALE?THE CHOICE OF WHITNEY CLOSE
Lots, which offer the liest investments on the mar
ket, by S. C. HILL, cor. Sth and F at*. my l!?-tit
IjVtR SALE?THE WEST HALF OF SQUARE 326^
froutintr 12th, C and D sts. s.w., containing 20 fine
building lots, and well arramred for immediate im
provement, with sewerjwater and tras.sidewalk, alleys,
sc.; price, $1 to $ 1 .Ho per square foot, according to
location, and will be sold on accommodate 1 it? terms
and i>osscssion given immediately. DANEXHOWER
ti SOX, Airents, 1115 F st. n.w. inyl 3-lmo*
For salf,-ia)ts?
li. R St. bet. 13th and 14th, 25x95, to 12-ft al..82
1, Q St., bet. 13th and 14th, 2oxl20, to 20-ft al. l.oO
2, S, bet. X.H. ave. aud lSuh. 23.5x91, to 12-ft. al.1.40
1, X st., near 14th, 21x120 1.75
1, O at., near 3d, 32x1 15. to 30-ft alley 50c.
1. 20th St., near O, 21x107 2.50
4, H n.e^ bet 12th and 13th, 17.6x72, to 10-ft. al.OOc.
1. X. Y. ave., bet 21st and 22d sts., 83x105 6O0.
1. G. bet. 18th and 114th 35 <*,!?>? in #. .1 1 ??
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2, Pa. ave.. near 22d st.. 20x85 each 1.50
And many more in desirable locations. Call for list.
GEO. W. LINK1XS. cor. 19th and H aw. my]4-lm
I^OR SALE-LOTS-THE ~ NATIONAL ~ CAPITAL
Investment Co., (Samuel H. Walker, ^resilient. 630
Louisiana ave., next door to City P.O.) V aiuahle Build
ins- Lots for sale. Special terms to those who will
build. my!2-3m
FOR SALE
LOTS ON THE TENLEYTOWN ROAD,
OPPOSITE PRESIDENT CLEVELAND'S COUNTRY
SEAT AXD ST. ALBAX'S CHURCH.
Stages will run shortly every half hour from High
st.; fare, 5 cents.
Lots sold on easy terms. Monthly payments ac
cepted on contracts for deeds aud deferred payments
bear 5 per cent interest. Twenty lots have been
already sold.
Thee*: lots immediately adjoin the Washington Inn,
which will be open for guests June L
Plat of lots on file in our office.
JOHX E. BEALL k 00?
my6-3m 1321 F st
I^OR SALE?I HAVE MAXY LARGE FROXTAGES
very desitably located in the northwestern (>art of
thecity, and single Lots withont number for sale at ui
vestmeut prices. JXO. A. PRESCOTT,
ap30-lm 1416 Fst. n.w.
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our Lace, Embroidery and Trimming Departments,
and having divested some of all accumulation, we are
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A lot of Oriental or Ecryptian Laces, really worth 20c.
a yard, will be sold at 10c. a yard.
A lot of extra fine Oriental Flouncimrs, real value 40
to 75c. a yard, will be sold at 25c. a yard.
A lot of 45-inch Oriental or Egyptian Flouncings,
really worth $ 1 a yard, will be sold at 50c. a yard, aud
so on.
Wonderful bargains will be offered in all styles of
Laces, from the lowest to the very finest trrades.
JBecause we happen to quote to-day 10, 25 and 50c.
.?aces, don't for a moment suppose that our stock is
not equally attractive with the finer grades of goods
from $ 1 to $6 a yard.
X. B.?Juf.t added to our stock a lot of 45-inch Ori
ental Flouncings, beautiful and entirely new patterns,
at 98c. a yard; value $1.50.
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! our WOXDERFUL SALE of Embroideries during the
past week. Well, we always try and improve on any
and all past efforts. So this week we propose giving
you even
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45-inch Flouncings, worth 81.50 and $1.75 a yard,
only 98c., and so on up to $2.50 and $3 a yard, and all
intermediate prices Equal bargains in goods at 5 to
25c., and also all kinds of Colored Embroideries All
overs, Ac., Ac. In fact we have the largest Lace and Em
broidery Department in the city, and are Justly recog
nized as Headquarters for anything ana everything
in all kinds of laces and Embroideries.
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Our principal effort in Black Silk Laces this season
has been on Flouncings. Chantilly at $1.50, $1.V*8,
$2.25, $2.50. $2.68712.98 to $5..>0 a yard, all worth
oOc. to $1 a yard more. Spanish and Spanish Guipure
*t$L25, $1.50. $1.75. $1.98. $2.25, $2 50, $2.98 to
$5 a yard; all worth 50c. to $1 a yard more.
We would write of other bargains, but haven't the
space, but are showing seasonable bargains in each of
our thirty different departments. .... .
Also. Just opened. loO pieces of 22and 45 inch extra
fine Swiss Flouncings, worth 75c. to $1-25 a yard, at
50 a yard.
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my 18 7TH, 8TH AND D STREET.
Encampment.
FLAGS. FLAGS. FLAGS.
BUNTING FLAGS. BUNTING FLAGS
SILK FLAG8. SILK FLAGS.
MUSLIN FLAGS. MUSLIN FLAG8.
JAPANESE LANTERNS. JAPANESE LANTERNS.
Headquarters, and Lowest Prices Prevail.
CH. RUPPERT.
my 13 '403 7th st xlw.
J T. WALKER'S SONS, 204 iOTH ST. N.W.
? Moth Wax, Paper. Lima. W-W. ~ " ~
Cement, Planter. Pilch, to
Telephone tfKrltt.
FOR SALE _ MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE-ONK FINS 53-INCH COLUMBIA
Lutht Roadsier. full enamel. ball hcar.n?> \ll round.
La* l>een used only a short time. cost flK .V). will
?ell for #125 caah. Address i oLl M1SIA. Star office.
mygMt
For sale?a vertstyi.ish. handsome tun
exj>ensive DorOirt. (tiearl> new > . wt #2.~>0, will
sell for #140 cash. Can be seen at Willett X lihbn 'i.
oor. 6th and X. Y. are. 8S-St
FOR SALE?FINE THOROUGHBRED KENTUCKY
Horae, six years old, 14 hands. dapple bav , flue
saddler; faat driver, and. m 'act. flue a* silk. l*
seen at ALLISON NAILOR'H.
F)K SALE?A 46-INCH * *ERICAN SVFETY BI
rycle. in exivlient condition. I'n.e, *40. a ldreea
E. A. B., P. O. Box 5o?, city. niy23 2t*
IJ'OR SALE?PHICF. LIST CALIFORNIA WINES
Claret, #1 per gal.. H.* k. #1. >?,-.t Catawha. !?<?,? .
Dry-80c.; Angelica, #!..*>; lturvuii.lv. #v.' . no liquor
by tbe glass . goods delivered tree. 11. A. | lusuS,
1200 Pennsylvania ave. u.w. my*23 :lui
1JV)K SALE ? GROCERY STORE, WITH BAK~
room license, doiutr a good I >u?ines* . ?? **1
lorselliuir Apply 1st and \ * a\x s. w my23-3t'
IJ'OR SALE-ONE GOOD DRAFT Mill. CAKT*
and Harness: will l?- sold cheap. lu>jtur> at ?t.>re
corner 9tb and B sts. s.e. iny*2S-2t*
IJ'OR SALE-YOUNG MALE MOCKING BIRDS
#"'.50 twrh; also fim lot ch>-sp i'arr t* at
sCHMID'S Bml Store. 12th st.. two d r* south
of Pennsylvania ave. n.w. is ^lu*
F>R SALE? #2.500 PROMISSORY NOTES sK
cured by deed of trust on improved city property
bearing idx per cent intercut. No commission al
low>*L Addreaa CASH. Star otttoe. my'.'l :??
IXW SALE-PARTIES WITH GOOD HEFERKNCFS
can procure Hue ClotliUK and Tail> rine on ? *.?>
payments, without security. at tbe lowest cash pri. ?s
at STKVSBURGER A SON, Mauufaetuiuur tT thn-rs i
and Tailor*. 1112 P at. ii w. myJl
IJ'OR SALE-JUST AKR1VFD 25 HOHsKsTaMoNG :
them some heavy draft .ind driven- pn<-t? n*~.n
at'!? SCHLEGEL A y U1GLV. iu r? ar ot H33 I) st.
n.w. ui>21-lw*
I~JK)R BALE?ENCYCLOFEBI AS." J AMES PVKTON\
tbe celebrated historian an.i biotrrapber. say- -that
in every house where there is plareti a set >-f Appletou's
Cyclopaedia it ia like sending the whi>le taiuil> lo . ol
leiftj." Tbia work, ail the voiuiiKw, cm lie obtained at
once on ninall monthly i>ayuit uui b> aldri?-iMir li'i
12i?, Star oihi e. ayrSl toj. -;
I"X)R SALE?STEAM B*?I? .ii. * VUM1EK, ETC .
of a dve-r
iny21-3f
of a dje-houae. Apply at til31'e.HLu ?vr. a. e.
y21-3f"
For salf.-a nearly new extension T?>r
family carriat-e; oriviual cost wiU sell it-na
than half of cost. Inquire at lv!0S E st. n.w. mj*J 1 ",t*
IX>R SALE-STAR AWNING C?>.,04;?U?I 1S1ANA
ave. AwniuKs, Tents, Elatrx. EverytluuK first-eims*
and at reasonable rat>*. uiy'J 1 ;tt
Ij'oR sale:soui? sii>e bar bi<h,v.
leather top; cheap. owner has no nx>tu for it. ? all
atter 5:30 p.m. VJtXU* 9th st. n.w. niyj 1 -3t*
1.V)R SALE?
A K"V>o<i lu'lit 15ti?nry Horse, with Carriaire. ?ro>id
WaKon and Harness; can he seen alter 5 oclockat
Grocery corner 5th aud A sts. n.e my'.'l '.'t'
I^Olt SALE-TWO W At*< ?N ETTES AND ONE MILK
Wairou. JOHN M. YOUNU, 47y-4hl C -t . rear
National! BotaL mf21-3i?
Ij?OR SALE?THE LARGEST STOCK" OE FINE
Carriaces. new and second hand, in tbe market to
select from, comprising ali the lat<-st stylus. terms rea
sonable. JOHN M. iOt'NG. 47y-4Sl C st , r. ar Na
tional Hotel. niy'J 1 -fit*
R SALE ? SADDLfT AND-DRIVINti H<?KSES~;
aLso a pair of hue bla- k Hon-es. at C S. >lc< ALL-.
LEV A CO.'S, O St., between IHb and lUth sis. u. w.
I^t>R SAL F?INVALID CARRIAGE-OR BATH
Chair; made to order in Paris. verj aa.-> and<- >iu
fortuble: bic ycle whirls; nibSs-r tin-s. At WF.EKSA
CO.'S, Aucu. neers, 637 Louisiana ave. myJl-.'Jt*
I30R SALE-ONE ICE-BOX; IM> FOR BEER OR
. butcher; one jiair KUHPCr d.M'rs lor restaurant,
two bow windows, one cook.i.tf ran>re, 1.VJ15 l.'ith st.
n.w. my.' 1 -1 w*
IJ'OR SALE Bl'.It'K! BRICK' BRICK -< >1 FI R
wantt^l for all Luiets-r and llr'.ck on lot iiortb<-ast
corner 14th and E sts. s.e. Aduress I). M. ihmiI).
ACRE, Howard ave., Mt. Pleasant. I). C. my!0-lni
IJ'OR SALE?CHEAP STYLISH SORREL IIORsE.
aver-ufe weitrht. eurht y?iars old. and ?? >? >d driwr,
also newextenmon leather top Surrey, of tin* st make;
Harness and complete stable equipment. Aildress
lit 1LDER, Star olhce. iu>'.'<t?>t
For sale-a' fine^young m.are~inoi ire
at loll 12th ft. n.w. m>IS'lw*
IJ'OR SALE?A PELIGHTEI L BRACING TONIC,
StnmpTs Iron and Mild Cherry,
! at the fountains of S. E. WALL'S Eohitt House
Drutf Store, and SC1IEI.LER A STEVENS. !?(ll and
5t?5 l'enn. ave. a&ptrgtm. 1..; lv:tm
I^oR SALE?tlNK Hl'NI?RED~ t'ARRIAGI's AT
Oeyer's New Camatre E^'torj and R?|>otutory.
Vehicles of all the different st> les 111 the mark<-t from
the lowest to the highest-pneed work. These >>lw for
sale or exchanged on the l>est of terms. Also pamtiiur
and repairiRp doue on the short>-st Uoti< e. WM. F.
GEYER, 16b Penny Kama ave. u.w. 111)114-.'tm
I^OR SALE?CHICKERING PIANO, SEVEN Ot>
laves. #150. Easj terms.
SANDERS A STAYMAN.
pqrl7-6t un F st. n.w.
IJVOR SALE-handsome S^LARE CHIC KERING
1'iano. seven octaves, tiehly earv?sl lei.-*, ?n i>ertei t
onler. ii'-J00. Easy monthly payments.
SANDERS A STAYMAN.
myl7-6t Jt:?4 F st. n.w.
IJ'OR SALE-BEITfEATHElfcsT 15c. \ I*oUNI~
A choice, new ana clean. A Is.>, < ?-es.- feathers, mat
tresses. Ac., at lowest priees. Orders by mail ..nd
otherwise. Delivered. ALBERT SEITZ, 6.'1K II st.
u.e. ip30-5w*
J^OR SALE?
75 Ca^es Fine Old Madeira Wines, betntr a direct
consitmment irom Welsb Bros.. Madeira, eonipnsiUK
the following-brands aud vinta*re
South Side, Sara 1 vi C. LuIhxv, vintajre of 1S15.
Sen-iai Ea.taados Paclres. vintatre of 181S.
F^st India Madeira, vintage ol 18*21.
TevTantea Camarade Lobus, vitstafr .if 1830.
Sercial l'aul du May, vintage of 1835.
West Iudia Wine, vinlatre of 1835.
Cami>anai-io Bv>al, vintiureof IS35.
Campanario Boal. vinu^Ke. f IS.'H).
Reserve Navy, vmtatre ?.f 18H6.
Graj>e Juice, vintasre of 187,"?.
The above goods are at private sale by
THOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer,
iny 17 tit 1 lth and Peun. ave.
I>oK SAI.E ' ST'N DIAL" OAS STOVES, HAI"S
Patent Earth Closets, smokeless, dn>ttew, odor
less. can be us^ed for one-half coat of coal. Atrent It.
G. CAMPBELL Plumber. 517 10th st. myl7-~m
tVJR SALE-BICYCLES -VI INCH STAR, STRONG
I aud good. ?5it; Rover Saiety Bicycle. #75; Vi?-ti>r
Tricycle, #t>0; 54-iucb Harvard. $30; .">0-uieli Ideal,
#30. "THE CYCLERIES." 1406 N. Y. ?ve. ml7
IJ'OR SALE?HAINES BROS.' syFARE PIANO, 7
octaves. i>eari keys; in jierfect order; #125 cash,
or easy monthly paynients.
SANDERS A STAYMAN,
myl7-6t H34 F st. n. w.
>OR SALE ? SEVERAL ELEGANT I PRIGHT
I*iailos. very litile used, from #17."> ir wjr 1.
SANDERS A STAYMAN,
niyl7-0t B34 F at. n. w.
IJ'OR SALE-A SPLENDID 7 OCTA VE NICE T< ?NED
R<>sewood Piano, for orly #75 cash, or monthly
pav'nients at #100; stool ana ?i>ver included. Apply
at THE PIANO EXCHANGE,
my17 422 nth st.
IJ'OR S A1.E^A"G RAN lTB AR< i AIN ; A beautiful
UpriKht liano for only #l!n> eash. owner hae no
further us.- for tt_ Call aud sot it at
THE PIANO EXCHANGE,
my17 422 nth Bt.
JJtOR SALE?A RARE CHANCE*;~A MAGNTFICF.NT
lleinekamp Souare Grand Scale llano f<>r only
#18.j eash, used short time bv party leaving city. Call
at once. THE PIANO EXCH ANt.E,
my17 422 y th st.
OR SALE.?I?KD FEATHERS, 15C.' A FOUND,
New, Clean -nd Live p-cked. B<-st feathers for the
money. Also, Choice tieese FMihern, lowest j>nees.
All orders promptly delivered. W M. SEITZ. . 24 2d
n.e. uiyy-Sw*
IJ'OR SALE?JA8. RAG EN,1014~1*A_AVE N. W~
' Sole Agent for J. T.Cowlee'Improved Stand I'ii^-s
aud Fire Eacapt*, with ice-proof steiw and balcony
stairways. Plans and estimate* furnished on applica
tion. my 1 -3m
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FOR SALE?PIANOS AND ORGANS- THE GREAT- j
est bmrvains in Pianos an- now offered at the Ware- 1
rooms 0! HUGO WoRCH A Co., yJ.'i 7th st. n. w. One
second-hand Union Piano Co., Squai-e, #175; one
Knabe, #190;otie Behuiug, $ IM.i. one Stein way. #275;
one 7-oi tave Syuare. hue toue, #100; one bne Cprnrlit,
#215. Pianos and Organs tor rent. lny4-1 m
For" sale-the -otto" gas engine reI
quires no boiler. avoids ail expensive attendance;
no loss of time; uo handling-of fuel. Send lor circular
and price list. D. BALLAUF, A>rent, 7;il 7 th si.
my2-3m
30R SALE?SAND~and LIME, IN AN Y yUANTI
. ty, at coal dump, K aud 1st sts. n. e. Pr<>rupt d> li v
ery. A. K. SHAY.
Also, at Coal office, 1706 7th st. ap.'10-lui*
1JV)R SALE-100 CARRIAGES, BUGGIES. and
. Business Maguns, also Y armsIfd. aud Milk Wau-ous
my own manufacture, and one Stage and Light Ttrot
ing Buggy, nearly new, 011 easy paymeuiH, or casb.
ap26-lm* J. J. CX.K">K, 3295 M st., Georgetown, D. C.
IJ'OR SALE^IF YOi: W ANT TO FICK FROM THE
largest stock of Carriages, Binaries, Ptiaetoua, and
the prettiest Surreys in this city, aiso three cj*r-loada 1
of tne celebrated Columbus work, jo to J AS. K. PRu
BEY'S Branch Repository. Teh phone caU, 429-3.
Corner 6th st. and New York ave., aud Telephone call
226-4, 1230 32<1 st. n.w. Teriua reasonable, l'nces
low. mh25-2m
For sale-awnings, ifla<is, tents
All tbe latest novelties
In awning stripea aud canvas for store, city and
country reaidencca. M. G. COl'ELAND A CO.,
409 11th st. n.w^
mh21-3m Opposite Star offioe.
FOR SALE?ABOUT 1.000 POUNDS of NONPA
red and about 80O pounds of Agate Type, lately
in use on this pai?er. The lace of both touts ia de
sirable, they are in good condition, and capable of ex
cellent aervice for two or three years on a paper of
moderate circulation. Will be sold cheap 111 bulk. Ad
dresB THE EVENING STAR NEWSPAPER CO.
Washington, D.C. d2tl
(Jash And Clothing.
HOW TO SAVE THE "FORMER WHEN BUYING
THE LATTER"
Look "over" our wonderful price list of FINE
READY-MADE CLOTHING aud you can suruiise
what we mean by our heading.
A Nice Business Suit at $6. worth #10.
? Handsome Black and White Cheviot Suit, at #10,
worth #15.
A Beautiful Brown Mixture Cheviot Suit, at #10,
worth #15.
A Fine Prince Albert Suit at #13.50, worth #30.
A Grand Prince Albert Suit at #18, worth #25.
A Boy's Everlasting Suit, atfe 14 to 18, at #4.50,
worth #7.
A Boy's Dress Suit, age 14 to 18. at #6, worth ?&
A Child's Suit, age 6 to 14, at #2, worth #3. >
A Child's Suit that you are bound to hke.a*a 6tol4,
#3, worth #4.50.
? Child's Suit, very dressy, age 6 to 14k at #4.50,
worth #7.
LONDON AND LIVERPOOL
CLOTHING COMPANY,
my 18 corner 7th and G sta. n.w.
LNTLEMEN'S HIGH PEARL CA8SIMERE
HATS,
G
Light Weight Derby Hata. Tobacco Brown, Ash.
Pearl and Tan colon.
Full line of Straw Hata. Mackinaw, English, and
Milan Braida.
Agents for "Knox," Hatter, New York.
Agents for "Youmana," Hatter. New York.
Large Stock ot Umbrellas just opened, of tea Silk
and Gloria.
B. H. STINEMETZ * SON.
my 18 13*37 Pa. aw, naxt to oor. 13th at.
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
f!%>R SU.F FROM AND AFTF* TI ??D < V.4^'.'
li:su. per k'tv ?-ill U add h1 t. 1 ri ?>?'! '-hat "
Im't of tt'i acr-?*? ?n 7th ?t. pike. and ' 1>rr*
Glen and Knowlea' Station* _
BAXTER k M irOOWiV
myCS^t' lOOS 1010 t ?t
"?> ?H RENT CHEAP FOR THE XFASOS CO**
r Uurf, So. 4 Firat tv? , WMhtnifixn Gr> ve. A' ' '
lt)?01 Wiiuirlvuiu *vr.ot Stt E rt. n ' .jS'J"."
MWET _ __
1X)R MO*
TwMity him on hnrh Wnfl overlook!-^* cO\ ?
nw. 1 H tulle* tlNi?r A?; ? i?niu- ?? Bridge . ru| frti buil^
nit ?iU?. Tfrj nw) uthi?
Forty irrM, pti ODU-W m >ti> h?rd?>rof butkliiW
llM,tftn?lu>Mon ?>f t. ii rooiM. ?l4e v-mmUli ?u
three sid?a, overlooking > ity and nvei. Bur litw Nun
Mid osthuWM, mllf? oiit.flO.rtt'
acrva. aiua'.l, beat Bi'Qtr. both ?|Ti V* and
well; on pnhMr n-ad. CW miles fr >m cit>. #1 rV'0.
I i)fh? niw mtml twrlvr miles fftrtu <it> . tlm* from
railroad station . a S'.v 1 littfarm. apb 'tdidlv waten-d.
ajii htviiiir :iit ?? rr?j>nme ttiulwr. t?ir Improvements,
on turnpike noad #3.000.
A 1'iwtj' litt I*' old country home of on ? ftcr*. n.>ar
Ballston . church and j<o?t- 'flCc* iMK>
t beftiitltul lot of o a. re?. *ith oue-Tialf s re of old
(onat treaa, half uiile from railr at station
T. H SYPHERl* ti ?N? .
myCl-3t i-?<?: *' ?<
%>?K SAIJ. ox THF. SOllHV KST liM.b OF
I* tin* Sew Out road a: d the I omliaU's line. out>
tulle fronrtieonnfown, acre and seven-I .unJredtha
?( an acre, luptovM by a frame boon I> ur room*.
> ?i00a "?'?"thOMM E. *??.????,
nrCl-W 1,1 r*
\v *\TF1>- t. PIECE oFLANO, "0 > >R :to tcKl\
T ? it) or 1.' miles from the city in Maryl: nd. in e*
cbaiure to. ft valuable pat.iit that will }??> lw. lv.
my?l-at' K. W FX I RES. ir.M urti at.
JOR SALE?100 *CRF? t*OOD l.ANH. THREE
1 iiuImIwiii Koi liillf fLvOO.
loo Arrm near Itroad Branch road. aplemlid l?<??
F
(ton. tl.'H). . ?. .. .
?ine of the beat Place* at Herndon. Y ?.. wtildi are < au
offi'r it ? bannun _ -
We hftve ooine of the fli wt Profvrtiea an un l ?a-li
intrton, iuairtitn<>eiiUy tinibmA. flue virwa, aaatrai>i?
fURViadiiiira, abirli wr .-an rei-oinme!id to lin <w?. r?
for ?,?,utitr> >?at? or nulwUvidliiif ft* aouuriiaii l???iiie?.
Two of t!i. iieat K?-ate.( 1/otain Foraat (?leu.
S?'iid or call for new Bulletin
BAX1 KB k \N.
m>-21 -.It* ItHls-lOlO Fat.
IVlll SAI.E 4?tvI.N AiTU-'S OS TH? HF.ltiHT*
of >nr> towii. e?M of Ht?rli at.. Dot oanm.1 oreou
tr'dl?<lli> ;?t.> nyndn-ate, e>|>ftt>leof ?d- anlatrj^ u? ?u?
division VS ater. iTita and newer ou |*euilae? w li 11.1 \
DKFB1.K. IHlM F .l my,'11 in
1NW ft ft IB
1 BKl.LF.VFF,
Ciinttininr tbnvt (!'. htm. nttnate at tntcwctlon of
Whitney ?ve. and ?th ?t. eiu-ii-led. a<U.iitiiii<r Whitney
Oloxe. on nmin entrance t.i Holdtera' Houie Tin* flu*
site offer* Hiie< tal uiduriineDUU) ayndieatM for naUli
viston, the land t?-mtr le\ol mid IwutuM on ami an l
north by prominent thor utrhtarno. oneot ahi'-h i? tlia
niimt faahi aialile drive, and j ntrotii/'-.l 1>> the 'V'-ite'*
of WaslittiirW'U. tin" and wat.T maitix within ali. rt
diiitsnoe Taken altofrether the trai l aff^nlf a rar>- ?]?
iHirtunity for a very |>rohtal?le inv?*tni^nt. The ??ntira
tract, ooiitainuiir alxttt I IS hand- m<' buildit* ?it.-?, i?
now offered for ahort tltue at a Kaaouatile |Ti> '-ana
u|>on i ftey Usruis. For further |<arti< ulara ai>i?l> to
F. W. Ml 1.1.Eli, Trustee.
?qrn-St l.K? H at n.w.
|^?K S.VI.K-A VAff AB1.E FAliM OF "-M A< HI N
r .-hi'icext land. princii>?llj lu irti??l itrani.. ct>uiainin^
Kev. tsl bvautiful Imilditur fitew. aituat.' on Ttli atr".^
roftd. eurlit mil.* from Waw'im?rtoTi. 1 *? trftiti" l>?'r duf
to For?Bt Oleti st.itnin, otilv thr?<?Mi'iartera of ? mil*
distant. prood telle*, tin. bi.ildiuto ftliti lnil'f> \nuieiit*.
1
For lurther i?rUculara. iiKiuir. at the ol
HA/.FI.IOS * 1'AOt.
iny.il lm lf.'.'i S. Y ave , v*aehtrurtoii
.Kilt 8AI>F THIRTY AfRES, IK ViriSlTY OF
Secretary W hittiey'H n:id Fn'Mdent'avilU i???si W-im . ?
in mirht of hotel n llftte|.i?n'a a> tidn-at. <ert>.au4
near "Burleith." well ?at. r.'d. ior?*t tr?* many ?t
tiai tivf sites for \ illftn . a.la|>t?d for *ub-dn sloti. rare
lanraiii tor abort time.
MM. 11 OFSSISOS. 1009 I- *t. n.w
1>?R SAl.F. -
i1 BY ADDIKOX k I ABOOMBE. 1:MM F ?t n.w.
l urm of ?> ati-ea, 'J Si luilea troui <-tty. t l."?0 |?er ft- r?v
?? 5 ?? ?_'*? " ~ % 1 |? r a< r>-.
?? 5 ^ " " ?r,'.r? per a. re.
?? <>.>u ? oi ** M |wr acre.
? Y(J " L'V " " ? 1OO |?er ?TIM.
"375 " ;t ?? " fliM) |M*r a.-re.
"4 ** " t-'*1 l>er acre.
_?ny21-3t*
1>lR KF.NT-0 ACRES HOOD MEADOW" LAS H.
with Barn, aultahle for dairv i-urj- w-a. .o Hladetia
bunr road, fe tatle imui Mu olivet Cetiieier? ? 1?? ?
per month W. C. liFVALL. ?*J5 Fat. n.w. nl ^.ssl.tt
1AOR SALE?TH1 FISEHT ASP HFAl.THIFST
located lartn ?it Inn fltteen mllea of ? ^liiiiw-tu
and HtKt feet hL'lier, 11-r.M.m h..uae, witl riiimi *
water and all modern ini|'ro\emetit?.. plenty of tnut;
w<.uld rent ihottae turnwbed) lor termot y??ara u> re
afM'iiKihle party. Addreaa OVVSElt, HXI li at. u w.
I irjMr
"?30R SALE A I>Kt*IDED S1F? I LATMS Ion
r ?- res. riKlit ftl the Sp? Hpnn?, Blitdeu-hui*.
lll FTY k I>YLBJi:?0I F at. u.w. _ ?uy*JO Tt
1-VHi SALE AT lAMMESDAlJE. THE DRFU Y*
Iloiwe, 13 r?H>iu*.'*(>0 yili*. Iroin station. Iiwh ?i. I
Ltiiltl.y. Alao adioitniur. 'H> line luir.diim *tt?-s :.i 11<"I
per aeru. Inquire at alatiou for I1A.VL. A > MI V r
write. mi-O 4t*
IX>R SALE?
F
(-??-' Trniii* I>al'.T.)-HYATT8VILLE (Fare KrU)
IA<ts lOOxMOO. 00.000 fwt. at $32.". ami |S.MI,
in my n. w udditiou: h?-h..oia. churchea. at<>-?-a, phjm
ciatirt. dnik'?iHla. MldewttlkH, lauipn. Wood*. ?tr< ania,
hprinwn: chftruniiir mid healthy lucattou, only U-u tuin
uteairoin citv. plat at offline. RICHARD 1. FN ASS.
Attorney -at- Law, 4S0 La. ave.
Four acres of liarden Land, with tteauUful buildin*
aite, at a twrvaiu. myllMt"
"\| ELliilHF. PARK LOI S FOR 8AI.F THE MOST
iTl <ie>iirat>le in HyatUiviUn opt?>alte the residence of
the late R. V. Elliott, Lag. Apply to or addrew. 4v;4
5tb st. n. w. ??>' 11 -I*
1^1 IR RENT" BRICK MANSION. 1? RiXlMH;
I?rtly furnished, at Fnnienrk. lh ai-rvf ??t
lrutte. k'iird?ii, shade, paature. kc. ailltabl 'for ?um
luer or wiuterooai-dera. lor parti.'ulara ml lr*,*? I' O.
Box Frederick, lid. Mi-'tw '
I NOR SALE -A FINE SCBIBBAS IHOPEICT* AT
Mttfhell'a Croaa Roada. MouMfoluery t oiinty. Md.,
nine nnleu froiu Waaliinipton by the Tth ?t turni .ke,
one mile froiu Knowlea Station, one atid a tiulf mllea
fr-.ni Forest Uleu. and three uarterx of > uiile tr ni
tiam-tt park. ISO1* acre*. Iieautuully lo?^t-d and m
ft mxMl state of cultivation . has an abundance "I wau-i.
?Irun and 60 ftcri* of oriirttial Ifrowtl. ol tiuib*r. irei
j*oved lt>" a tine dwelling ot 14 n>itna. wluch ?"-t
.400 to buihl; alao. oUt-l'UlldinKB. pleasant n?:. ii
borliood. ootiveuient to acln?>la, |>u?t otbOe. k.., well
suited tor mi tail vision into villa aiti*. will lie aold at
the low once of ^ 1 o.OOO.
| my."? 4w* TY1.ER k Rl'THEBFORH. 122ti F at. u.w.
1NOBSALJE 81BF11BAN
r Ou 14th al. road. u?ar Bnirhtwoo<L ?l* ?"Khs ?*
L.T?'iin?i. li room frame dwellituf. ?>tal>le and carnage
I XJ4..? UM1.
At Lanrel. Md.. Gothic Frame Dwelling, 11 roonn.
comer lot about one acre ol irrotmd . alao, opi*?ilte i-or
ner, one acre trrouud. at low b?rure.
On Hareaood R.hmL n??r Soldier*' Home, quarter
acre irri.ami, new two-stor* and attic framedaeUm*.
nine rooms; new ?jarrla*re Louse and statin- *3.000
my7-4?"* TYLER k RL IHER1 oRIi. l.-.'O > hi n w.
\" r ALL ABLE FARM. ABoCT T MILES FRoM
Washington. D *'?.and 1 W mflea fkvta Hynttavili?,
adjoitniur Kivrmlili! ins etitly puri haa.sl by a N> w
Y<>rk syndicate to 1* aululi vlded). contauia frutu "-.'ihJ
to '2-~t acres, thrpe-fourths bemv well a?-t in irrass. rest
iu trrowiuir ?'r*?ps; ibvlded int.. wv.*u tnd.la I?'iici4
with post and rails, recently put up water in every
field , residence new and of modern ntyle . all u.?-.naar?
outi'iiilihmrii. <-<>nituandin?rauijerb view of stirround
iiiK country and Pie t'ai it.>1. washintrton M 'in.u.ei,t.
Soldiers' II .me, liladeusburtr. and Hyattsvllh For
lurthi r information anply BEN J I?. sll I "HEN. Md.
At r. College Station. Md. I isjii du? noti -e a.Minvey.
nice will iiMWt peraona at H)ftttaville wialutar to iti
8|>e<?t same. niyli-lui*^
?MioR SALS AS I) EXCHANOK- lOBlRBA*
places, fruit, ?rr*iii, and mum farms Also im
prowd and unimpr.iv.sl city i>roi?*rty on tenns.
S|?s-ial attention la called to l;i 1st at. n e? ten r?s.iu
l?nck, all mod. iui|w., ?t a lainraiii. WB. H. MAIN,
:fcl and Pehiiai ivatua ?ve n.w. iny. lm*
l^OR RENT A SMALL FARMHOFSE. FIVE
f rooms . nrleu fti'd atahle. Ala.., if de*ir? d. e|ev. u
Acr?*ot IjukI in irrain and Kraaa Afoodipriug. Sit
uation pretty and healthy, on public road, one iiuie
?*st of Silver Spritur railr*d station, on 7th st. roa<L
Apply to S. P. LLL, Silver Si nn* 1'oat tlrti. e. Sluro,
Md, luyti-lm
1>)R SALE-ODMFLE1 ELY FIRNIKHFO ?<?T
J ta*re tt IO mi>uik ou South Moon tain. Washnurtou
County, Md.. at a sacrifice
apStrlni L. C. t'Ol SO, 140. F ?t u m.
1' ^OR SALE NKkR ANkOOSTlkj
1 THE BBOOKI.YS OF M AbHISOTOS.
BuildiUK lots oA-erlo^>kimr tt ashin?rtoii and bith
rivers, on line of street cars. 5,000 leet,#'JU0. less if
more than one lot is taken.
\illa sites similarly hs-mted, improved str?s-t?. bn.?
sidewalks. intrinsic as well a? s|>e? ulativ-? v^lue.
houses built plan of purchaser or money liiruished.
aireel cars, KTadcd achoola, chun hee of all denomina
tiona. _
Highly improved farm. 100 acrea; jneadow, graaa
land aud pardon land, fruit troen, tine stnatm ol water,
mineral apnnif. three luiloa lroui Auac.stia bridge.
118,000. . . .
Lar/e farm, 300 acre*, meadow, upland and marl
land, five uuloa froui brtdire. ?
Apply to H. A. ORIStAOLD,
a|<:tO-2mo Anacoatia. I?.C._
T>JR SALE?A~CKHJD FkBM; 7 MILES MM 1 *
this city; near Falls i'hurch, t a.. ~20 aci>?. >ro id
buildings: I'nce low; terms easy. K. A. I'll 11X1 lit
141JS Sew York ave. ap2.*l-1 m
CVaMBRIHOE, MASS.-TOIXT SEAR THE ?'??L
j le?re. house of l.'l roonia with stable, all in . oiu
plete order. terms reaaonable tu a daatrabtu b nant.
Addi-uaa HUWLASU, CaiubndKe, P. O., Masa apl?
Embroidered Ponoee Dressfjj
HALF PRICK.
PARIS BOX ROBES, half price.
WHITE CHINA SILK. 27-inch wide. 75c.
FIGURED INDIA SILKS. reduAd to 91.
ELEGANT FRENCH DRESS GOODS nduoed to 7a?,
FINEST QUALITY FRENCH BATTELSS, 30c.
PRINTED CREPE CLOTHS. 15c.. Juat opewai.
PRINTED IJ SENS, one yard wide, 30c.
REMNANTS FRENCH 8 ATT EES S 20c. pw>vi;
leiitrtha from 3 to 11 yards.
PATTERN DRKSSKS reduced one-half.
GREAT BARGAINS IN BLACK SFRA1I8, LOUW
INE and RH AD AM EM, at ?1 and
CREAM DRESS GOODS ui great variety
We are cluallig out our stock of S1*RI SG GOOUk
and haTe made very low price*.
W. M. SHUSTER fc SONS.
010 Pa. ave.
One Price. tuj lQ
Spring Hm
nrvt ivn SEW YORK 8T7LE IN SPRING HAT*.
The acknowledged introdnoer of Omr U>
mariri. Soue mmniiMi uuhwa bearimj theix Uwda
America. Nona genuine unli?
WMXk' WILLETT k RUOFF,
Sots Agenta tor thia elty.
^4 t?0k Pann-a araoua.
Nkw Spring (toodk
Wa Mm lust received an elegant line of SPRING
DRESS GOODS, couaiating of Fancy Woolen FMbnoa
in all the new demcna: batteena in new iiatvma aad
BOOK BWV * OU
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