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THE EVENING STAR.
WASHINGTON:
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bom lldr iImIt rlr*ul?ilH?n more ihnn irrblt
tl>nt ?tf inv other ?!?ilv paper pnhliaherf in
Uaahinston, and murh (greater than that
?t all the other daily paper* here added
Inti'lhrr.
The distant mutterlngs of ft storm are heard la
St. Louis, and a cloud no larger than a number
Ice glove u outlined against the pure blue ol the
empyrean. A question has arisen whether the
President is to Halt that city as the guest of the
citizens or of the orand Army of the Republic. A
few day s ago both parties were contending for the
honor of entertaining him. Now, each is appar
ently trying to put hiin off upon the other. It Is
to be hoped, for the sake of St. Louis, that this
controversy will not be allowed to proceed very
far, or the President will settle It In short order by
refusing to become anybody's guest. He has a
very prompt and unceremonious manner of deal
ing with a case like this. If, as Grand Commander
F.drchild holds, the t?. A. R. did wrong In Inviting
Jlr. Cleveland to lia encampment, It seems as if,
with the amount of newspaper notoriety that has
been given to the proceedings, there was time
enough to put a stop to them before they reached
the present embarrassing Juncture. There will
probably be enough public spirit In St. Louis to
fill the breach and ensure the proper treatment of
the chief magistrate of the nation, even If the en
campment takes no share in the welcome given
him; but let us hope that. If there is to be a lo<*ftl
quarrel, it will be decently reserved till after the
vuii U ended.
The New Hampshire legislature Is now in ses
sion, and will elect a United states Senator, for
the unexpired term ending March 4,1SN9. It will
also decide whether or not to elect a Senator for
the term from 1*?? until 1SB5. The next legisla
ture does not meet nntll three months after the
end of the present unexpired senatorial term, and
the state has the choice between selecting a sena
tor by means of a legislature chosen more than
two years before he will serve, and going without
lull representation for three months, or with the
representation for that period of an appointed
Senator. The precedents are said to be against a
senatorial election so far In advance as that sug
gested, and it is probable that this legislature will
content Itself with Ailing the unexpired term.
The leading candidate for the position is Mr. W.
?. Chandler, who is thought to have finally gat
the better of the opponents who have hitherto
baffled his senatorial aspirations. Mr. Chandler Is
an able and untiring political worker, and a keen,
shrewd, and brilliant man. If elected he would
add to the brains of t he Senate.
Parnell thinks that his physical condition is due
to poisoning. Following the precedent established
In the matter of the alleged Parnell letter, it is
now incumbent upon the editor of Jhe London
Times to prove that he did not poison ParnelL The
unionists have so much to gain from the death of
Parnell and Gladstone, for which they are said to
be waiting, the O'Brien episode shows that at
tempted murder for political reasons Is viewed as
sometimes Justifiable; in short, the circumstances
are so suspicious and so strongly corroborative
that "no mere denial" by the Times can be given
any weight. Nothing short of proving that Par
nell is not poisoned, or of showing conclusively
that some one else poisoned him, can clear tha
Timet, according to the method of procedure
which the Tmits has sustained. If Parnell has
really been poisoned, the Incident In connection
with the attempted murder of O'Brien furnishes a
curious commentary upon the Tones' famous arti
cles and places ParneMsm and crime In opposi
tion instead of in con junction. It Is not generally
believed, however, that either the Times or Par
nell is in league with assassins, or that the Times
lias mixed poison for Parnell, or that Parnell la
preparing a dynamite Jubilee for the Times.
Comptroller Butler is laying his new broom
about him with a vengeance. He has cut off the
supplies of wines and liquors hitherto furnished
at the public expense to the board of visitors at
Military and Naval Academies. Hereafter, when
a visitor fortifies himself internally, he must pay
for his stimulant out of his own pocket, or sponge
?n the superintendent's private sit I board. What
effect this will have on the assessed value of the
?visitor's office remains to be seen. Combined with
another restriction ju.-t Imposed, the disallowance
of expenses Incurred by a visitor in taking his
lamlly along with hfm, It will change the whole
txiainess from a junket to an honor. It may result
In moving future boards more select than some
have been in past years; limiting the membership
to men who do not feel the need of alcoholic ex
hilaration in mklsummer, and who are both will
ing and able to pay for any luxuries not directly
Incidental to their official functions?like the Pres.
Merit's excellent choice this year, Mr. George W
ChLds, of Philadelphia.
The opening of libraries, museums and art gal
lerles on Sunday Is asked especially by those whose
?week-days are fully occupied in physical labor.
The parts of that day not devoted to religious
exercises, can hardly be spent in a more Improv
ing and elevating manner than In taking advan
tage of such institutions. The man who works
hard physically, through the week, finds In the
elevation to a higher plane of thought an J in new
activity of mind as refreshing rest as from cessa
tion of bodily labor. The mind worker Buds rest
In change of thought, and in activity of body in
the open air. Sunday does not mean torpor.
Religious services give spiritual activity; our
parks and beautiful suburbs Invite the weary
mind workerto refreshing walks; and our libraries,
museums and arugallerles should give the tired
body-worker the change and rest of mental
activity and development. Churchgoers do not
ne essarily relapse into Sunday sluggards after
hours of service, and non-churchgoers should not
be confined to the saloons of city or country as
places of Sunday resort, or be permitted only the
frivolous and oiten dubaaing forms of Sunday re
crauUua.
Everybody will be glad that the Toledo Cadets,
tnough not awarded a prize by the judges at the
National Drill la this city, are to receive a royal
banquet and a thousand-dollar testimonial from
their admirers at home. They made so excellent a
showing here that It was a subject of universal
regret among the spectators that they did not
bear aw ay some substantial honors. The citizens
of Toledo who subscribed to the testimonial may
rest assured that their favorites well deserve
whatever tribute may be paid them; the manly
bearing of the cadets under what must have been
a serious disappointment has doubled the kindly
Ice ling of the Washington public toward them.
The tone of Senator Sherman s S[>ringlleld speech
is not in harmony with that of his Nashville
speech. In both U** tariff Issue u ably and In
geniously pressed. But at Nashville the Southern
or confederate We* was treated as republican,
kept from expresdou In republican votes only by
war and cotor prejudice, of which the speaker
.sought the removal; while at Springfield the
Southern or confederate lileu was pictured as dis
tinctively democratic, and as lrreclalmabiy bad. In
?>ne speech he soothes and In the other he shakes
the S>>uth. But there Is a difference In latitude
between Springfield and Nashville, and more than
one presidential candidate has been known to take
coior from his environment.
? ?
The American fugitives from justice In Canada
have so swelled the deposits 1 n t he ba riks of the
Dominion th<U several of the 1 alter have compro
mised with Uieir consciences by giving handsome
presents to their clerks. These gifts are ostensi
bly made in celebration of the royal Jut>ii#e, but
su<Ji exceptional generosity is always open to
suspicion.
The Thistle has at last won a real victory,
fairly testing its merits, and the Indications are
th.u If the American repreaent_ati\e beats the
TlUsUf, it wi.l not be permitted the English
> ichUMuen to claim that their fastest yacht w as
at home .end not In competition for th<; cup.
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LACES.
WHITE 8CITS.
COLORED 8CITS.
TRAVELING WRAPES&
JACKETS. HAL* PRICE.
1 l.ESS TP.IMMINoi,
HAMBURG EDGING
lUSTER EID GLOVES. *1.00 Pw Pair, upward.
?(>14 WOT PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
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IMPORTER AND TAFLOR.
Em the honor u> iiifurui jrou that hi* NEW GOODS
have juml arrived.
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DEALERS IN SHOES.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 3D.
On FRIDAY we will reduce the price on the
following (roods to close them out:
LADIES' PATENT LEATHER VAMP OX
FORD TIES, Opera Toe, sizes
112 1
2X 3 4H SS B,
Reduced from #3.50 to #2.78 per pair.
LADIES' FRENCH KID OXFORD TIES,
Patent Leather Tips; sizes,
2 12 2 1
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11112 2 11
2* 3 3X 4 4* 5 5Jf 6 C.
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Reduced from $3.30 to ?2.08 per pair.
Same style, sizes,
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Reduced from #3.00 to #2.38 per pair,
LADIES' KID OXFORD TIES, Opera Toe,
sizes,
2 112 2 1
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Reduced from #2.76 to #2.18 per pair.
This is a Staple Shoe, and so is the next one.
LADIES KID OXFORD TIES,
Sense Toe; sizes.
12 12 11
3 3)4 4 4X5 0X A.
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3X 5 5)4 0 0)4 7 B.
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5)4 0)4 7 C.
12 11
4H 5)4 0 7 D.
These ifxxls are cheap at the prices we have sold
them for during the season, and they are BARGAINS
SOW. The above sizes are the remnant of our stook of
these styles. When we have so few sizes we must
either lose sales or replenish stock. We shall not re
plenish stock on these goods this season; therefore the
room of these remnants is worth more to us than the
profit we would make by selliug at regular prices.
ARTHUR BURT * CO.,
Je2 1211 F STREET N.W.
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companionable are they Just at this time, because
of corresponding reductions. To begin with, we
have taken all our remaining shapes in 98 cent
colored straws, and we have marked them 48
cents. Our #1.48 and #1.75 fine colored Milans
we have marked PS cents. At #125 wa offer
our finest Milans and fancy braids, goods former
ly selling at #1.98 to #3.48. This is what we have
done in colored straws. In white (summer) straws we
will Just mention two shapes in a white Rough and
Roadr Bonnet, at 39 cents, and the favorite high
crown, wide brim Rough and Ready white straw hat at
48 cents.
The white straws are exchangeable, bat the colored
straws, at these reduced prices, cannot be exchanged.
In Flowers we have made corresponding reductions.
At 25 cents a bunch we are selling poppies, clover,
lilliee of the valley, suowballs, daisies, rose and bud
bunches and cat-tails. These originally sold from 48
to 75 cents a bunch.
At 39 cents a bunch we are selling Marguerites,
chrysanthemums, water lilies, white piquet roses,
etc. These were originally sold at 75 cents a bunch.
Our #1.48 bunches of Flowers have been reduced to
75 cenns and our #1.98 bunches to 9tt cents, and so
on throughout oar entire stock.
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310-318 SEVENTH ST. N. W.
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Things ^Vorthy Of Attention.
We hare on sale some lars* and important lots of
Slippers lor Ladies, Men's, and
Cluidien's wear, at must attractive prices.
THE STOCK INCLUDES:
Ladies' genuinejvid Opera Slippers, with kid lining, at
4?c.t worth uc.
Ladies' fine K;d Oxford Ties, low button ?"?! New
ports. at 74c., worth fully 41.
Ladies' fine hand-made Oxford Ties, with tips, at 98c..
Ladies fine C'uraroa kid, hand-sewed Oxfords, com
mon sense or Opera, at #1.24, worth #1.75.
Misses' tine kid Opera Slippers, at 48c., worth 05c.
Misses' Kid Oxfords, at 38c., worth 75c.
Chilcben's Oxfords low button. Ties Omu Slip
pers, at 4Sc., worth 75c.
Infaata' Slippers, all styles, 24c.. worth 50c.
24?^5n^8to*P Tl*^ 0x*oni? ?Dd Button,
^worthS'5a c*U'Low8hw".?? tl.97.
Men's I*ateiit Leather lumps, at 87c? worth #1.26.
Men'a fine Embroidered Slippers, at 09c? worth #1
^wSrtkSl" l0r Men' Bo>*' aud Children.at74c.,
THE STAR 8H0E HOUSE,
Je2-3m 720 7th St.. between G and H.
^New S UMMER G
OOD8.
We have Jiut received a new line of Summer Dress
(??nxls, consisting of Printed Linen Lawns and Plaid
India Uncus in new patterns and colorings. White
llijues and Welts in new designs, Black Silk Grena
?"'J Black Lace Over-Suitings, Combination
Uinghaui Suiting* in choice coloring*; also, a full line
ofBelinu Linen Sheetings and Pillow L4ueiia,all widths:
Oainask Table Clotks.a!l sizes, with Napkins to match
Damask and Huck Towels in great variety.
HOOX BROS, k CO..
mfcl5-3tu 1328 F at. n.w.
The Rush
For Our Elegant Spring and Bummer
Clothing hae commenced. Think care
fully. Decide wisely. Act promptly.
Don't wait. Our Beautiful Spring and
Summer Ooods have come, and are going
rapidly. In these days good old-fash
ion honesty is rare, therefore you will be
pleased to see how we have combined old
time honesty in quality and price, with
litrw, frcstyles in Men's Mid Boy's
siid Furuishtof Goods. Styles
the latest, quality excellent, prices few
est. Buyers cannot put their money in
more liberal hands. You need not accept
our a tale incuts aa ws back them with
?wda aud prices. Our #12. #15. #18
suits, must be seen; you cannot imagine
from au advertisement. Can aay wa
have seen ant's sold at much man
money that will not bear
with ?
Tailoring department on snronil *~*
third floors.
?OAH WALKER ft CO,
my31 C26 Pennsylv*"'t avsnue.
Baby Ooachxs. Baby Coaches.
BABY COACHES. BABY COAOABS.
At the Very Lowest Price*. Largest
To Select From. ' " '
Headquarters for Lawn Tennis
Lawn Tennia Goods.
Croquet. OruqueC
Base Bai/ftoada. BewBiUllZ^lsL
CH. EUPPEBT.
nriM 408, 406 Tth ai. n.w.
To-mosbow, As TJsual.
Every Friday we close out the pMt week* eecumula
tion cf "Short Lengths," ' Odd 8ises," "Broken Lots,"
4c., st greatly reduced prices. We have bo "old rem
nants." We Bike the price tew enough to sell them st
once. Our "Bemnante" are the legitimate ?oeumuta
tion from this season's stock, new, desirable sod bar
gains.
"ODD SIZES" IN GAUZE UNDEEWEAE.
To find a customer for these sizes we lower the pries.
5 Lsdies Hoe Osuxe Vests, high neck and long
sleeves: Slightly sotted from handling; 2sUe2& 1
size 28, and2 size 30.
Regular Price 50?'
"Remnant" Price 25c.
10 Lsdies' Fine Osuxe Vests, & high neck sad short
sleeves; 5 high neck and no sleeves; size 36 in.
Regular Price ,37 He.
"Remnant" Price 25c.
2 Lsdies Balbriggan Vests, high seek and half
alevees; size 34 in.
Regular Price. 50c.
"Remnant" Price ..???.????? .2oc.
(Main floor; south arch.)
"ODD SIZES" IS GLOVES.
11 Pairs Ladlss' 0-But ton Mousquetaire Chamois
Skin Gloves, sizes 5H and 0.
Regular Price ...$1.00
"Remnant" Price Site.
0 pairs Lsdies' 8-Button Length Blsck Jersey Gauze
Silk Gloves; sizes 5H sad 6.
Regular Price ,...(1.38
"Remnant" Price 75
7 Pairs Ladies' 8-Button Mousquetaire Suede Gloves
in Tsn shades; sizes 8\ and 7.
Regular Price $L50
"Remnant" Price $1.00
ODD ?'INITIALS" IN HANDKERCHIEFS.
Having only a few letters of these styles we reduce
the price to cloee them out Friday. Remnant Day.
20 Lsdies' White Sheer Linen Hemstitched "Ini
tial" Handkerchiefs, colored border, and letter 3-D,
4-E, 2-F, 1-J, 8-K, 5-N, and 3-R. Just half price.
Regular Price 50a
"Remnant" Price .' 23c.
15 Men's White All-Linen Hemstitched "Initial"
Handkerchiefs, X in. hsm, colored border, and lstter
2-C, 5-E, 6-N, and 2-P.
Regular Price ,...37Xc.
"Remnant" Price 25c.
38 Ladies' White All-Linen Hemstitched "Initial"
Handkerchiefs, X in. hem, colored border, and letter
3-C, 2-D, 4-E, 5-F, 3-H, 1-J, 2-L, 4-N, 3-0, 2-P, 3-R,
1-8,2-T, and 3-W.
Regular Price 37.He.
"Remnant" Price 25c.
"SHORT LENGTHS" IN LACE FLOUNCING8.
To close out the accumulation of "Remnants" of 40
inch Lace Flouncings we make a reduction of from 25
to 33X per cent. Friday we shall place on sale about
20 Short Lengths of 40-inch Lace Flouncings, In
Cluuitilly and Spanish Guipure, in lengths X, 1,IX.
IX, IX. 15*. 2,2X, and 2X yards. Prices from 94c. to
$8 fur the remnant.
(First floor; first to the right)
"ODD LOTS" OF MEN'S HOSE
A number of our best styles of Men's Half Hose hav
ing Itecome broken in sizes, we have sorted them out
into lots, and shall place them on sale Friday at the
following "Remnant" Prices:
Lot 1. About 4 dozen Men's Fsncy Half Hose, 15 dif
ferent Btyles aud colors. Sizes 9, OX and 10.
Regular Price 45,46, 50 and 56c.
"Remnant" Prioe 37Xc"
Lot 2. About 3 dozen Men's Lisle Thread and Silk
Platted Half Hose, solid colors, and fancy stripes, excel
lent qualities, sizes 9,9X and 10X
Regular Price 62X, 72 and 73c.
"Remnant" Price 50c.
Lot 3. 2X dozen Men's Fine Cotton Bicycle Hose, in
gray and brown. Sizes 9X? 10 and 10X.
Regular Price? 69c.
"Remnant" Price 35c., 3 (Or $1
(Main floor, 1013 F st.. entrance.)
CLEARING-UP "REMNANT" SALE
or
SEASONABLE WASH GOODS.
The season's large business, snd the consequent cut
ting of many full pieces, has caused the accumulation
of the largest quantity of "Short Lengths" in Wash
Goods ever shown since we have been in business. In
order to remove this accumulation in a day we shall
offer them Friday at the following greatly reduced or
"Remnant" prices:
"Remnants" of Calicoes, from 8 At 5c.
" " Lipht Priiita, from u1* to 5c.
" " Check Ginghams, from 8 to 7c.
" " Ginghams, from 10 to 8c.
MM " 12H to 10c.
" " Batiste, from 10 to 8c.
? " " 12* to 10c.
" " Crazy Cloths, from 12 X to 10c.
" " Seersuckers, from 12H to 10c.
" 44 Sateens, from 12X to 10c.
" " Light Percales, from 12X to 10c.
" " Blue Percales, from 12H to 10c.
We have a number of "Short Lengths" in other
equally desirable fabrics, at proportionate reductions.
(Basement.)
"Remnants" in every department
WOODWARD A LOTHROP,
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LADIES' NECKWEAR DEPARTMENT.
1 Lot Tourist Ruffling, 6 yards in a box, for Friday*
10c.
1 Lot Finest Linen Cuffs, worth 25c? for Friday, lOe.
a pair.
DRESS TRIMMING DEPARTMENT.
Odd* and Ends in Colored Silk Fourageres, were 75c.
and <1, for Friday, choice at 25c.
1 Piece Blk. and Steel Ornament Passementry, was
$3,08 a yard, for Friday, $1.50 a yard.
NOTION DEPARTMENT.
Brass Crumb Trays and Brushes, were cheap at 68c.
for Friday, 42c. a set.
Solid Brass Cuspadors, for Friday, 39c.
Toilet Soap, with Glass Soap Dish, for Friday, 8a
Dr. Scott's Electric Hair Curlers, 39c.
LACE DEPARTMENT.
1 Lot of Oriental Laces, worth 18c. to 25c., for Friday,
10c. a yard,
1 Lot 45-inch Oriental Flouncings, worth 90c., for
Friday, 50c. a yard.
EMBROIDERY DEPARTMENT.
1 Lot of 45-inch Swiss Flouncings, worth $1 a yard,
for Friday, 50c. a yard.
1 Lot 45-inch Swiss Flouncings, worth $L25 to $1.50
a yard, for Friday, 75c. a yard.
Also Wonderful Bargains in all kinds of Laces end Em
broideries just opened.
ZEPHYR DEPARTMENT.
1 Lot Muslin Aprons, outlined, for Friday. 10c.
1 Lot of 35c, aud 40c. Turkish Tidiej, for Friday, 29c
FAN DEPARTMENT.
1 Lot of Odds and Ends in $1 and $1.50 Satin Fane,
to close, on Friday, at 50c.
UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT.
1 Pair of Odd Lace Curtains, Russian Border, sold for
$2 50. for Friday, $1.75.
3 Smyrna Rugs, sold for 90c., for Friday, 70c.
UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT.
1 Lot of 35c. Bustles, for Friday. 16c.
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
25 Dozen Samples of Children's Hats, Chenille
Trimmed, worth 98c? for Friday, 39c.
10 Trimmed Hate. (Ladies), sold froi? $4 to $6, to cloee
out, on Friday, at $3.50.
SUIT DEPARTMENT.
1 Cream Albatross Suit size 36, sold for $16, for
Friday. *9.75.
1 Lot Misses' Mohair Dusters, sold at $1,50, for Friday
49c
PARASOL DEPARTMENT.
1 Lot of $2 Ladies' Silk Sun Umbrellas, for Friday,
$L2j" HOSIERY DEPARTMENT.
The balance of our Children's 40c. Lisle Hoee, all
sizes, for Friday, 18c. a pair, or 3 pairs for 50c,
WHITE GOOD8 DEPARTMENT.
1 Lot of Figured Lawn, usually sold at 18c. a yard, for
Friday, 10c. a yard.
1 Lot of Figured and Striped Gingham Batiste, regular
price. 17c., for Friday. 12Xc. a yard.
HOUSEFCRNISHING DEPARTMENT.
We have 15 Dozen different styles of Towels left that
sell rapidly at 10c. each. We will close them out
on Friday at the low figure of 4 for 25a.
DRESS GOODS.
5 Pieces of Worsted Dress Goods, never sold for less
than 25c. We will close the balance on Friday at
12 He a yard.
GENTS' FURNISHING DEPARTMENT.
1 Lot of Gents' 15c. Half-hose, for Friday, only 10c. a
pair.
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7TH, 8TH and D STREETS.
Flannel Shirts.
n F. w*lot^pl a?n8an dBco2^ed
TOURIST, TENNIS AND BOATING SHIRTS,
New Moire Sash Ribbons.
NEW OREAM DRESS GOODS.
WHITE INDIA PONGEE. 78c.
new FRENCH ONDINBS, 80ft
PRINTED CREPE CLOTHS, at l?J?fc
PRINTED BATISTE, at 12J0.
FINEST QUALITY FRENCH SATTEWfS, SJp.
FINEST QUALITY PRINTED ALL-LINEN, 30s.
GREAT BARGAINS IN WHITE EMR ROBES
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN DRESS GOODS.
LARGE STOCK CHAN TILLY. SPANISH AND
MAZARINE HAND-run LAOES.
WHITE FEDORA and SPANISH LACE FL0UN0
INGS.
PRINTED INDIA SILKS, at reduce* prices.
GREAT BARGAINS & SURAHS AND 0*0*
STL'S
great bargains in fancy hosiery.
CLQSUKl WOia IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
W. M. SRVSTRR $ SONS,
Suits At Hale Pbic*.
Never such a crowd it the PALAIS ROYAL
?nit department m yesterday. Bigger crowd
to-morrow for we open 1,000 Don Children's
White Suit*, bought it half price for flash.
Koechlin Frere's branch Satin as at 18c. la an*
other "Opening" avyriM.
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OPINIONS OP THE PRESS:
From the "Post" of May 20:
"Another great feature are the periodical 'opening
days.' At the commeiicement of each seaaon a grand
'opening* of new styles is advertised, and the origin*!
Lisner does what merchants Kenerally condemn?he
offers the new and desirable styles at actual coat sfrice."
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From the "Republican" of May 30th:
"Such occasions are worthy of record, for the wir J
styles are exhibited on a gigantic scale. The souvenirs
of the 'opening* this year are unusually attractive.''
From the "Star" of May 28th:
"The established reputation of Mr. Lisner gives the
assurance that the souvenirs of the occasion will not
be Inferior to past 'Opening Daya.'
From the "Republican" of June 1st:
"The store was crowded yesterday, notwithstanding
the rain."
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12)#c. Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, 10c.
25c. Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, 21c.
12X Linen Collars, 3 for 25a
]2>4 Linen Ouffs, 10c. pair.
25c. Crepe Lisse Rufflings, 19c.
98c. Spanish Lace 8carfa and Fichus, 79c. .<
25c. Plain and Fancy Chemisettes, 17c.
7c. Fancy Danoy Dotted Veils, 5c. each.
?20 Trimmed Hats for $15.
33c. Straw Sailor Hats, all colors, 25c.
?1.98 Fancy Moire Sash Ribbons, 41.79.
48c. Ribbons, 39c.?#1.08 for 91.59.
48c. Ostrich Feather Tips for 39c.
98c. China Bilks for 79c.
18c. Fancy Cloth Suiting, 15c.
G5c. 22-inch Surah Silks, 55c.
S 1.29 Black Silks, $1.
98c. Black Satin Rhadame, 89c.
10c. Fans for 7c.; 19c. for 13c.
25e. Fans for 19c.; 49 for 39c.
08c. Fans for 59; 98 for 79c.
$2.98 Ostrich Feather Fans, $2.47.
25c. Jewelry for 19; 49c. for 39c. , , '
75c. Jewelry for 59: 98c. for 79a
84.39 Watches, all styles, $3.98.
89.50 Real Diamond Pins and Earrings, $8.98. <
$11.49 Real Gold Watches, $9.98. ? ' ,
98c. Satin Coaching Parasols, 87c.
$1.58 Fancy Coaching Parasols, $1.37.
$2.98 for $2.48; $3.48 for $2.98.
$2.25 Silk Umbrellas, gold, silver tops, $2.10.
$L50 "Palais Royal" Kid Gloves. $1.35.
$1.10 Embroidered "Elite" Kid Gloves, 98a
08c. Silk Mousquetsire Gloves, 59c.
48c. Taffeta Silk Mouaquetaires, 39c.
39c. Pure Silk Mitts for 25c.
18c. All-Silk Mitts for 15c.
25c. Pocketbooks and Satchels, 19a
49c. for 39c.; 98c. for 79c.
$3.39 Traveling Bags for $2.98.
08c. "Tourists," for toilet articles, 49a
75c. Dolls 59; 49 for 39c.; $1.68 for 98c.
25a Rubber Dolls for 19c.
$1.08 Vestfront Jerseys, $1.45.
$1.98 Braided Jerseys, $1.45.
$2 39 Chemisette Jersey, $1.98. , , ,
$2.98 Beaded Jerseys, $2.68.
$4.68 White Lawn Suits, $3.98.
$6.98 Suits $5.95; $5.98 for $4.99.
$9 Suits $7,98: $14 68 for $1L
$35.98 Black Lace Dresses for $32.
$9.37 Newmarkets, for traveling. $8.50.
$17-35 Camels Hair Wraps, $15.
$1,48 Cashmere Shawls, $1.29; $2.98 for $2.09.
$4.98 London Tailor-made Jackets, $3.98.
98c. Fancy Lisle Thread Hose, 79c.
49c. Lisle Hose, split feet, 44c.
39c. Silk Finished Lisle Hose, 33a
44c. India Gauze Vests. 33c.
9Mc. Ribbed Lisle-thread Vests, 83c.
lUc. Nurses' Tucked Aprons, 15c. *
23c. N urses' Embroidered Caps, 17c.
75c. Cor*ets, French wooven, 59c.
25a Bustles, to wear with reeds, 19a
98c. Embroidered India Linen Sscquss, 58c.
$1.19 Alarm Clocks, 98c.
49c. Japanese ware for 41a
25c. Boxes Note Paper, 2lc.
10a Pears'Soap for 9c. > 'i
15c. Bottles Bay Bum. 12c. ' < < .<
25a Bottles Florida Water, 19c.
$1.15 Embroidered Cambric Chemises, 8&a ' '} 1' ''
85c. Embroidered Cambric Nightgowns, 59c.
68c. Embroidered Short Underskirts, 59c. t -?-1'
$1.35 Embroidered Ruffle Skirts, $1.18.
44c. Best Muslin Drawers, 33c. 1
98c. Embroidered Corset Covers, 79a
12c. Stamped Linen Tidies, 8a
39c. Stamped Linen Scarfs, 27a
$1.50 K-sise Damask Napkina, $1.39.
65c. 20-inch Cotton Birdeye, 59c.
$1.69 8-4 Turkey Red Table Covers, $1.43.
48c. 24x48 Fine Damask Towels, 42a
12 Jjc. Pillow-case Cotton, 9)$c.
Barker's Mills and Androscoggin Muslins, 7Xc.
12Jfc. Check Nainaook. all styles, 11c.
19c. Ecru Striped Pique, 15c.
29c. 29-inch Terry Cloth, 22c.
Ths following at 10 per cent discount:
Laces, Embroideries. Dress Trimmings, BftttCCS,
Fancy Baskets, Oriental Good*
CHILDREN'S
5c. Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, 4c.
25a Lace and Embroidered Collars, 19a
$2.48 Sateen Dresses, *11 sizes, $1.98. "
25a Lisle-thread Hose, all sises, 22a '."
2oa "Mother Hubbard" Aprons, 19c.
$L15 Prettily Embroidered Drvsses, 88a
98c. Mull Caps, Patent High Backs, 85a
39a Infants' Cambric Slips, 29a
GENTLEMEN'S
25c. Half Hose for 19a
3oc. Half Hose for 29a; 48c. for 42a
25a Gause Underwear, 21c.
35a Balbriggan Underwear, 28a
48c. Underwear, all styles, 42a
25c. Scarfs, all styles, for 19c.
35a for28a; 44a for 37a
85c- "Palais Royal" Shirts, 78a
98c. French Percale 8hirts. 87a
$1.35 Wool Bicycle Shirts, 8Lia
73a Fancy-trimmed nightshirts, 67c,
20c. Caff a. J8a; l&o. Collars, 11c.
25c. S4k Embossed Suspenders, 19a
82.25 TwiH-silk Umbcsllas. $L89.
$1.50 Genuine Gloria Umbrellas, $L38,
25a Pure IJnen Handkerchiefs, 19a
98c. English Kid Oloves, 79c.
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(A. LISNER, Sole Proprietor and Manages,)
jsi U17-1119 Pennsylvania ave
Birds Of Passage.
The time is near when the migratory portion
of oar population will forsake the of
WtehiOffton in search of "other fields and pas
tures new." The sesahore, the mountain re
tort and even the ocean voysg* begin to unfold
their charms to the prospective traveler.
Whichever way your fancy leans, be fore yon start
yon should be well prepared, and whatever your
wardrobe lacks you're sure to find it here,
whether it be in Clothing', Hats, Shoes, or Gents'
Furnishings, and a Trunk or Valise in which to
pack than. Novelties in Gents' Furnishings
would he good things to think of at this time.
Lawn Tennis or Bicycle Shirts, for instance, in
the various shades that's fashionable, cream,
brown, gray, garnet, blue, and buff. Nothing1
pleasanter for an "outing." Nothing more com
fortable and at the same time stylish for mid
day use at the sea shore, for mountain rambling,
fishing, boating, gunning, or, in fact, for doing
nothing. Windsor Scarfs, worn in a sailor knot,
tied by hand, go with them. We've got them in
every kind, polka dote largely predominating.
Underwear, Hosiery, Hammocks?in fact every
thing to aid in making life enjoyable while
( away. Flannel Suits, in skeleton make. Serge
Suits in gray, blue, brown, and black, light in
weight yet perfect in fit Straw Hats, Bark
Hate, Canvas Hats, Felt and Cloth Hsts.in every
shape and style. Shoes in every possible kind
and style, from the patent-leather for full dress
to the Lawn Tennis Shoe of canvas for negligee
use.
Trunks in every size and shape and grade, in
cluding the "Steamer" Trunk, made low and
flat, for ocean travel. Satchels and Valises, in
plain and ornamental designs, and in every
sice and shape.
Before you go away, come here; you're sure
to see something that, later on, you'll need.
Our prices will be sure to please you.
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? SAKS AND COMPANY,
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GENERAL OUTFITTERS,
Je2 SEVENTH. ST AND MARKET SPACE.
Itching Five Long Years.
-V?w Bloom field, Miss., January 2,188(1.
Hop Bitters Co.: I wish to say to you that I have
been suffering for the last five years with a severe itch
ing all over. I have heard of Hop Bitters and
have tried it. I have used up four bottles, and it has
done me more good thau all the doctors and medicines
that they could use on or wi th me. I am old and poor
but feel to bless you for such a relief from your medi
cine and torment of the doctors. I have had fifteen
doctors at me. One gave me seven ounces of solution
of arsenic; another took four quarts of blood from me.
All they could tell was that it was skin sickness. Now,
aft*? these four bottles of your medicine, I am well
and my skin is well, clean and smooth as ever.
HENRY KNOCHE.
Good Words?fbom Good Authority? ? ? ? We
confess that we are perfectly amazed at the run of
your Hop Bitters. We never had anything like it, and
never heard of the like. The writer (Benton) has been
selling drugs here nearly thirty years and has seen the
rise of Hostetter's, Vinegar and all other bitters and
patent medicines, but never did any of them, in their
best days, begin to have the run that Hop Utters have.
? ? ? We can't get enough of them. We are out of
them half the time. > * * From letter to Hop Bitters
Company from
BENTON, MYERS k CO.,
Wholesale Druggists, Cleveland, Ohio.
Good for Babies?"We are pleased to say that our
baby was permanently cured of a serious protracted
irregularity of the bowels by the use of Hop Bitters by
its mother, which at the same time restored her to per
fect health and strength."?THE PARENTS.
?
V MISERABLENESS.
Ths most wonderful and marvelous success, in cases
where persons are sick or pining away from a condition
of jniserableness that no one knows what ails them
'(profitable patients for doctors), is obtained by the use
of Hop Bitters. They begin to cure from the first
dose, and keep it up until perfect health and strength
is restored.
WICKED FOR CLERGYMEN.
"I believe it to be wrong and even wicked for clergy
men or other public men to be led into giving testimo
nials to quack doctors or vile stuffs culled medicines,
but when a really meritorious article is made up of
common valuable remedies known to all, and that all
physicians use and trust in daily, we should freely
commend it. I therefore cheerfully and heartily com
mend Hop Bitters for tlie good they have done me and
my friends, firmly believing they have no equal
for family use. I will not be without them."
REV. E. R. WARREN, Scipio, N. Y.
A Good Account.?"To sum it up, six long years of
bedridden sickuess and suffering, costing $200 per
year, total $ 1,200, all of which was stopped by three
bottles of Hop Bitters taken by my wife, who has doue
her own housework for a year since without the loss of
a'day, and I want everybody to know it for their bene
fit"?JOHN WEEKS, Butler.
NEVER FORGET THIS.
1/you are sick Hop Bitters will surely aid Nature in
making you well wheu all else fails.
If you are costive or dyspeptic, or are suffering from
auy other of the uumerous diseases of the stomach or
bowels, it is your own fault if you remain ill, for llop
Bitters is a sovereign remedy in all such complaints.
If you are wasting away with any form of kidney
disease, stop tempting death this moment, and turn for
a cure to Hop Bitters.
If you are nervous use Hop Bitters.
If you are a frequenter, or a resident of a miasmatic
district barricade your system against the scounre of
all couutries? malarial, epidemic, bilious end inter
mittent fevers?by tho use of Hop Bitters.
If you have rough, pimply or sallow skin, bad breath,
pains and aches, and feel miserable generally. Hop
Bitters will give you fair skin, rich blood, and sweetest
breath and health.
Tliat poor, bedridden, invalid wife, sister, mother or
, daughter, can be made the picture of health with Hop
Billfn, costing but a trifle. Will you let them suffer)
In Whort they cure all diseases of the stomach, bow
??,' Ulood, liver, nerves, kidneys, Bright's Disease.
kl,o6b will be paid for a case they will not euro or
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Fob This Weather
LIGHT WOOLEN clothing IS the "cob
REOT" THING, and AMONG LIGHT wool
ENS SERGES are the "CORRECT"
THINGS.
can YOD FIND A NEATER OR MORE
comfortable SUIT THAN A BLUE OR
BLACK SERGE, OR can A man BE NEATLY
OR MORE GENTEELY DRESSED for less
?MONEY?
. m'
fXB BUYS A SUIT, EITHER BLUE OR
black, of imported serge, warrant
ed FAST COLORS. THESE are BOTH
handsome and good.
FINE# GRADES AT 818, $20, AND the
CELEBRATED MCLAY'8" AT ?23.
IN LIGHT COLORS (15, $18, OR #20 will
BUY one OF the NEWEST STYLES OF
english OB domestic CASSTMERB OR
CHEVIOT SUITS
W|E CARRY IN OUR STOCK THE FINEST
GRADE OF READY-MADE GOODS, BUT THE
DEMAND FOR SUITS AT THE POPULAR
PRICES OF ?I5 AND 820 induces US TO
GJVJS PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THAT
QUALITY.
WE MEAN TO SHOW THE VERY BEST
GOODS TO BE HAD IN WASHINGTON AT
THOSE PRICES. NEW LINES OF SERGES
, or CUTAWAY and back poats just RE
V OUT*!*.
B. a RARNUM * OO.,
Jtl SSI Avnrca
WANTED-HELP.
WASTED-WHITE AND COLORED WOMAS
" * Cook*. Chambermaid*. Nurw?, Waifresw*, Maids,
and Scrub Women. Waiters, Drivers. Bell Boy, and
Dishwashers. COOMBS & BURGESS, 920 ? ?t n.w
Je2-4t*
WANTED^TWO MEN TO ASSORT BRICKS
at National Pre? Brick Oo- Apply at Works
Waterloo station, Ya. Je3-Jit*
Y%TANTED?A~OOOD COOl. WHO 18 WIIJJNG
* v to assist with washing? and ironing. alsachamber
maid. who will assist the cook, and an exprritocad and
kind nurse to care tor a child: faintly snmll; kxxmi ref
erences required, mustatay atnight Apply at 415 3d
st. n.w. Je2-2?
W ANTED-A GIRL TO 0OOK A KD ASSIST WITH
v1 housework; also a settled woman to none; must
?Uy at night. 935 K st. n.w. Je2-2t
WANTED?A WHITE COOK. ONE WHO HAS
had experience in pastry preferred. Apply 432
11th st. n.w.. aide door. jeg-ftt*
\*TANTED-A WHITE PROTESTANT OIRL TO DO
7 * chamber work, or tro away with an invalid if de
sired; the best of references required. Call at 917 1
?t- n.w. Je2-St?
WANTED?A COLORED WOMAN AS CHAMBKR
vv maid and waitress; must have city reference and
must stay at uighta. Apply at 1902 O st. n.w. Je3-2t*
\*7ANTED - A n'raT, TIDY, AND rkatahuc
J 1 W hite Girl for general housework; small family.
Must be well recommended. Apply at No. 711 6th st.
s. e? after 6 p. m? or ad areas Bo* Star Offie it*
W ANTED-A TIDY COLORED BOY TO RUN KLE
evstor. One who understands his bus!Less, may
address "Co. S." Star Office. * Je2 3t
\\TANTED-A ~OOOD_ BARBER AND A 8HOPBOY
? " at once. Apply at 743 "th at. n. w. It*
WANTED - WHITE ANlT COLORED COOKS
11 i male and female), office and store boys, this city;
cooks, chambermaids, Ac., for New York. Massachu
setts. Connecticut. Rockvilla, Md. E. M. BUKNHAM,
030 and 032 F st. n.w. niy28-0t*
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS COOK TO~DO OEM*
vv eral housework. Must have (rood references. A
ply at 1612 H st. n. w. It
era H louse work. Must have good references. Ap
AVANrKD-lX A SMALL FAMILY A GERMAN
ti Girl for general housework. 470 F St. a w lt?
WANTED-fURL FOR COOK AND GENERAL
" housework ino washing). 926 7th st. n.w. It*
WAN I ED-TWO GOOD SERVANTS, BRINGING
best city references; one for housework, the
other as cook, washer and ironer. Apply at 1330 New
York ave. It*
WANTED - SOME* GOOD CABINET-MAKERJL
V ? Apply to J. W.BARKER, 025 Louisiana ave. n.w.*
VV"ANTED?EXrEKIKNCED~ADVitRl|?NG SO
11 licitor for new?i>apcr work; good payand psrtna
nent position. Address, with reference. Box Star
office. Je2-3t*
WANTED?A DRESSMAKER; STEADY WORK
guaranteed. At 1124 7th st., between Laud M.
Je2-2f
WANTED-A GENTLEMAN WHO IS WELL AC
? ' i;uaintcd aiu>ii-r Grand Army uien, at once. $00
per month; a good man. Apply at Room 4. 035 G st. 1
W ANTED-A BRlliHT, INTELLIGENT LADY,
I v for three hours each day ; moderate salary. Apply
at anee to C. D. ALDERsON. 035 G st, 2d floor. Je2-2t
W ANTED-A WHITE MAN TO TAKE CARE OF
V ? horses and carriages; must understand his busi
ness ; city references required. Aduress. stating wages,
Wubted, Box 107. Star office. _)e2-Ml*
WANTED-AT ONOE-Cl>OK ANtT~CHAM BER
vv maid, wiih reference; must stay at nights. Ap
ply 122 Maryland ave. ?.w. It*
W A NTED-A CAPABLE WHITE GIRL TO DO
v " general housework and assist in care of children;
n > washing- 90u 2.Sd st. n.w. It*
ANTED?A BREAD BAKER. APPLY TO 323
10th st. s.e. Jel-2t*
T ANTED?A WOMAN TO COOK, WASH AND
iron. Apply 414 9th st n.w. jel-3t
W ANTED -A GOOD" WHITE COOK. (WOMAN)
* * to m> to the seashore for the summer to assist
with the ws-hingior a family of three persons. Must
have the best city references who can be seen person
ally. Call between 12 and 3 o' lock at
Room 1. (up stiirs)
jel-2t* 003 15th st. n. w.
W-ANTED-A DREG CLERK: NONE NEED AP
II ply without the best of references. Address
PItPB&IST, Box 166. Alexandria, Va. Jel-2t*
WANTED-WHITE AMERICAN "~BOY. ABOUT 15
yean; old, to drive a milk watron, help to milk,
and make himself useful; must bring K'ood references.
Address -J. II. H.. corner of 5th and Q st. n.w. Jel-3t*
AVI ED-A ~ FIRST-CLASS COOK AT MOlT
GAN'S, 933 D st. n.w. Jel-3t*
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WANTED - WOMEN COOK.H, #10 TO ?25;
Chambernia-ds. Nurses, Men Cooks. Waiters
White Boys. . Hot-house, attend horse. Mes
senger, Man and Wife, Cabinet-makers. NAT.
BUREAU, 517 7tn st. n.w. jel-2t*
W ANTED-AN ACTIVE AND EXPERIENCED
vv Solicitor tor Fire Insurance. A good chance for
right party. Address "INSURANCE," Star office. Jl-3t*
\\TANTED-AN 1NTELLIGENT BOY ABOUT 17.
11 Apply at ELECTRIC STEAM LAUNDRY, 1007
E st. n.w. jel-3t*
WANT ED-A DINING-ROOM GIRL (WHITE)*
11 at the southwest corner of 5th and G sta. n.w.
Call after 5 p.m. my31-3t*
WANTED-V GII1L TO DO GENERAL HOUbE
work. at 1211 V ermout ave. u. w.. near Thomas
Circle. Reference required. niy31-3t*
W ANTED-A WHITE NURSE. BETWEEN 17 AND
ll 2(1 years of aire, with no objection to travel. Ad
dress TRAVEL, Star office. my3 l-3t"
W ANTED - A YOUNG"MAN AS PORTER IN~A
V ? hardware house; one acquainted with piunibimr,
g!ia and steaai-titting. and supplies connected there
with, preferred; strictly temperate. Address S. L. D.,
Star office. my31-3t*
WANTED - DUNIX)RE'S EMPLOYMENT BC^
reau, conducted by lathes. Men aud women,white
ard colored.for all kinas of domestic labor, for city and
spiir.srs,with reference. 717 M st n.w. apl5-39t*
W" A NTED-M AIDS. N ( RSES (COOKS, MALE AND
1* female), waiters, drivers, aud others, this city;
co<>ks tor Brooklyn, N. V.. and other cities. 929 F st
n.w., telephone 379-2, PRICE & CO. my30-Ct*
\\T ANTED-A WOMAN OF SENSE AND ENEROY^
11 located outside principal cities, for our business
in her locality; salarv about (J50 monthly: referenc-s
exchanged. E. J. JOHNSON, Supt., 14 Baivlay st.,
N. Y- my20-th, fr-4w
WANTFD-MF.N. WOMEN*. BOYS AND GIRLS
tor a iight and protitaule einph>yiuent; m> picture
business; l.o humbug. Send 10c. for a valuable pack
age to couiiiieijce on. Only a few hundred will be dis
tributed. Address ALBANY SUPPLY CO.. Albany,
N.Y. uiy0-30t
WANTED - DUNDORF.'S EMPLOYMENT BU
reau. conducted by lilies. Men snd women.white
aud colored, for all kinds of domestic labor, for city and
springs, with reference. 717 M st. n.w. apl5-39t*
WANTED-LEARN eks eor prof. CHRISTNER'S
new 'Tuternaiioi d Tailor System"'with any inch
rule or tnpt-uieasurc alone, as all scientific tailors aud
eni-uent Paris. Berlin aud London dressmakers cut.
Most easily learned, rapid,comprehensive aud practical,
and the only system in America teaching the above ami
which needs no refitting. Patterns cut, materials fitted.
1 mated, draped or made. The system tauirht by Mme.
S. J. MESS Eli. "Conservatory of Modes." 1222 Fst.
n.w., Wellington, D. C. ap20-toje5*
WANTED?SITUATIONS.
\\T ANTED- AT headquarters- POSITIONS
ty I r Cooks. Chambermaids. Waitress, Laundress,
and Nurse*. Seamstress, Men Waiters. Cooks. Coach
men. I'urm Hands, Butlers, and Valets. CooklBs A
BURGESS. Je"i-4t*
\VAN'i EU-A DRESSMAKER WANTS A SITllX
f 1 tiou at- lady's maid. Reierences given. Apply S30
13th st. n.w. It
"VKT ANTED?BY A COEOSED MAN. A SITUATION
?? as waiter in private (uiuily or tend a horse; can
bring good references. Apply at 1033 12th st. It*
VVANTED -BY AN EXPERIENCED WOMAN. A
TT Situation with lirst-class family leaving the city,
to -vait on a lady or take care of child; beat of refer
ences. Aptly for two days at Bookstore, 012 9th st. u.
w. Je2-2t?
w
ANTED?TWO YOUNG COLORED MEN WANT
. . to go to the couutry to do all kinds of work: two
colored girls wish places to take care of children ? the
best of references furnished. Address "HELP", W'ay
land Seminary. City. J2-3t*
W"ANTED-SITUATIOXS FOR COOKS, CHAM
11 berinaids.nurses, waitresses, four ext>erienced in
valid nurses, housekeepers, ten drivers, t*TWt hands,
housemen, Sc.?cities and country?familin, hotejs.
and summer resorts. F. M BURN HAM, O.'IO and 032
F st. U.w. mj"28-tit*
WANTED-BY AM EXPERIENCED SETTLED
nur^e, a situation as nurse lor one child. City ref
erence. Apply at No. 1108 2tith st. n.w. Je2-2t*
WANTED-BY A respectable YOUNG LAD\\
a situation as Chambermaid or Waitress. Apply
at 923 New Hampshire ave. Call for three days. If*
Wanted - situations - four chamber
maids, two nurses, one cock, all white, one au
F.mrlish ?rirl, with reference. 717 M sC n.w. DUN
DORE'S EMP. BUREAU. It*
WAN ted-BY respectable COLORED GIRL,
Situation to leave the city, as nurse or to wait on
aladv: will assist with light housework if required:
can give reference. Call or address for three days. 121
E st. u. w. It*
Wanted-headquarter fok cooks, house
tv workers, maids, waitress, nurses, lauudren*, men
cooks, waiters, butlers, coachmen, farm aud dairy; all
nationalities; city and country. NAT. BUREAU. 517
7tli st. u.w. Ue-Vt*
WAN ted-A YOUNG MAN OF TWENTY-ONE
desires employment of auy kind, where he can
in-kc himself generally useful; best references. Ad
dress A. B.. Star office. Jel-2t*
WANTED - BY A stenographer. TYPE1
writer,and accountant ajH>sition; excellent ref
erences. G. F. FLINT, care Dr. TAYLOR, 238 Mass.
ave. u.e. kl-8t*
\VANTRD-A REFINED, SKILLFUL GERMAN
fv man wishes a situation as steam laundry washer
in a fancy shirt factory: good reference given. Address
1113 19th st. my31-3t*
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE WHITE GIRL,
a situation as nurse in private ftunilv. Mo ob
jection to traveling; references. Call at 1103 10th st.
n.w. my31-3t*
WANTED-PLACES FOR COOKS, MAIDS. WAIT
era, drivers, butlers, scamstressiM, nurses, lady's
maids and other help, with references, for this and
other cities. 929 F st. n.w. Telephone 379-8. PRICE
& CO ?nya0-6f
WANTED?ROOMS.
WANTED-BY BBFIKED, QUIET COUPLE. Two
comfortably furnished communicating Bed
rooms. with or without hoard, where there are no other
boarders. Address Box 63. Star office. Je2-2t*
AKTAKTED-BY A GENTLEMAN. FUUNI8HKD
vv room, southern exposure, within two squares of
address given below. Address Mr. BARRY, care Bent
ley's Drug Store, cor. 14th and Corcoran sts. jel-2t*
WA^TEi>-ONE LARGE" OR TWO SMALLER
"" Rooms, either furnished or unfurnished, in north
w^Mt section; must be reasonable; state price and poai
tiou of rooms. Address I. X. L-. Star oaoc. jel-5f
WANTED-ONE FRONT ROOM AND BOARD IN
private family by two young men; location
west of 14th aL and north of P st n.w.; early break
fast. Addrass, sUUng terms. Box 161. Star office.
Jel-gt*^
WANTED?HOUSES.
WAKTED-Housa 6 TO 10 BOOMS ABOVE
-jaBasrrfig^iffasim
<;own; residue in
Addrem, with
office.
IV 4-h *?D?TO BEST IE THE X.W. BEOTIOX Ml
,11 a thorotyhly responsible Party.s House that reuu
for about #< 5a month; may boy later on If suited
Address Box 92 Star effifleT my3L3t
WAVTED-FOR ?04)00 TO <8,000CAAH-Iliifw:
VV diately?one large House or two smaller oaaa. Ir
grood neighborhood. Address, with full psrticulai^
present rent, Ac., JOHN T. WINTER, ILfiVl&M
?t- b-w, my81-3t*
WANTED?LOTS.
\\r ASTF.D - TO PURCHASE FOR CASH OKI
11 irood ?ixe buildiiur lot or on? acre of around one
<K t*o tnil?( out U city, pv?? the l<v?iioii ?nd pnii
Addrvaa H ALEXANDER.
J*1 :!:? loth and V? ave. s.w.
M''ANTED ? TO FURCHASE UNIMPROA I P
I ground, either in the city or mburta. encum
bered or unincumbered. W. W 11ITCALF, formerly
Starr fc Metcalf. 1331 F st |||4>
\lT AXTF.D- l itTS TIB XATIQRALCAKTAI 1^
vv vewtment Co.. (Samuel 11 Walker. i>ri si.Unt. ?>;10
Louisiana ave.. next door to City P.O.) FJlrtbio Prop
ertie*. lanre or small, in any wcuon. promptly pur
chased if found to be a bargain. no l'Mm
WANTEP-MISCKLLA N EOUS
\\TANTED-LADIES and OF.NT1.KM1N W HO
IT wlah to ioin a afcetchlng . lau uu? otyanuitur fur
the sunimT may do so bj callingat the AH 1 Si H< KM.,
:> 1 East Capitol it. :-.{(?
WANTED?HORDES TO PASTURE AT f.l 1 U.K
11 month on the low grounds above (m<rtrrk'?n,
cattle also WM. WOODY. SUlla 18 and '20. Oeorge
town Market. Je'.'-.'it*
V^XjfTED?ONE OK MORfTjERSEY HEIFERS
* v Registered or unnyistered. Apply at BU Tl.ER *
McIVER, 10th ?t aud Louisiana av? jfj-'.t'
WANTED -CONSTIPATION POSITIA ELY CURED
by takiwr CLARK'S OOXSTIPATB >N CV t:K.
This ia a remarkable rood iro.nl laxative, heinir pre
l?red front fruit* aud vegetables. Can be tak-'ii freeiy
tNo mercury). Recommemle I by W-?t phv*:. talis
Agency. WARE'S Kbbit House I>ru^ store )e\M?i
\VA*TEi>-OLD SHEl.VINOS AND COUNTERS
?" suitable tor adothin* store or ahoe ston-. J'' '? l>
at. n.w. 11*
M~ TANTED-A GENTLE HORsE AND I'll EI ON
I for the summer or loiigvr. to keep for hi* fi-ed
in exchantro for liifht use, or will reut l>y the m.iiUi
Ad4naaa Box 14S. Stnr office my31 tit'
WANTED -HOUSEKEEPERS To THY READY
Cleaner. It make* everything ??< bnrht as new.
Ask your gro-.-er tor it. GEO. E 8XELL1NO, <?eu
aral lit, 617 '-'3d at. my2N ttf
W ANTED-WRLLS DUG, BoREDT 1>R1\ EN AND
IT repaired; term* moderate. A ad reus \V H. MuF
FAT, 323 Sth st n. a. )el-lm*
WANTED?A SECOND-HAND SINGLE H ARNESS,
for heavy work; must l>e (food. Addre?* HAR
HB8, Star office. j] ;ii'
ANTED-STEAM CLEANINO AND DYEINO?
aend postal card. Mid have your suit of clothee
called for to be cleaned or ilycd by our uew odurlt^i
process. PRINCE. 10(J!? 1' st. iny31-:it*
\VANTeP-A SOUTHERNER WHO 11AS MADE
11 the guitar a specialty desires ptiitilson that iu
strumant. satisfaction iruatantcod. retereiu-es. term*
$7 a month, Address GU IT A R. Star office. my.H 3t*
\Yr A N TED?DRESS MAKING TO DO IN iAMl"
Ilea or take home. CuU by Tailor fj strtn. Ad
dreaa MISS A tl. Star otlice.
W ANTED?HORSES TO PASTURE?K LKP! NO
11 horses a specialty; box fetalis tor i-raiti fe.-dimr
when retjuirtil norsea for. Atrder Ik<* at i'r>. a
stalilea, 311 (illi at. n.w . farm on 7th st. road. S mdt?
from city. O. H. P. CLARK, Shtro. M.l. m> :.t lm1
WANTED-EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT WE
luanufacturt- all our own irood* uli<1 sell them at
the lowent caah j>rioe?; on eaay terma. without sf. ur
ity, to rartiei* with ir<Mwl rderei.cea. STRASBUROER
& SON, Maiiutacturiuir Clothu r* and Tailors. 11 U E
st. n.w. ?aril Ik
WANTED?BOTTNTY LAND WARRANTS?* M. 7.
11 JOHNSTON, Attornoy-at-1 aw?. R?.>om 41, LeDrnit
Building, will j<ay cash for Military B"iility l.-iii>l tt i.r
muta issued for aervicea iu any war prior to the i;> |h>1.
lion. MklR-3ai'
WANTED-STEAM CAIU'EI^'LEANING WoRKsj
leather* reuovated. iuattr> sues ma<le over, car
i>eta called for and oeliverod, lowest JTves Othc?
14052 Pa. ave.; Factory ."?Oi st. and K a e. Telephone
calltilO-2. E. U. YOl NGS. niylts-'^m
WANTED?IT KNOWN TH AT C~ S. lll MO , oF
It 4.~?ti Ix>uiaiana avenue (o:<positc City ll?lf), is
Couimissioner of IV-eds lor all tac ijtatvs an 1 i >-rr
tories (except Maryland). m> 1 1 dm
WANTED?TO CON STRUCT ARTISAN \s I LLS
11 at low prices and quick notice; any (juality of
pmnp or pipiUK furnished; water connection made
toanyi>artof premises. For information, inquire of
JAb. S. REAGAN . P. M.. Anvostta, D. C. luylli-liu*
WANTED?HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
secx^nd-hand ClothiuK, Watihea. Guns. Pistola,
Stovea. ("ar]>eld, Feather lied* Cari>enter 'lo>.ia. all
kind of Household Furniture. Addreaa Bi x 1 Star
Olhce. luhS-3ii:*
WANTED?SECT)ND HAND hTRNTTURE. CAt'.
11 i>ots, Stoves, Feather Betis, and all kinds of House
hold Furniture, for which the burliest ca.?h price wiil
be paid. Address H. BAUM. L'l!K",'l 7th at. a. w. iuj 7
VVANTED?R. W ASHINGTON'S
M MAGIC CREAM OR INSTANTANEOUS CURE.
Any breaking out on face or body enrol. M?>th. pim
ples. wrinkles, black-heads, vulvar reilness.e- 7. ina aud
i all fai-ial disfigurements removed, aud a cl> ar com
plexion insured t?> all who use it. Pertectly harmless.
Testimonials on application.
Sold by all driurrrisis. 50e. ajul $ 1 jut bov
Sent to any address. aj gS-Jm*
W^ANTED BIS^ESS MEN TO LEAVE THEIR
" order* with us tor neat Job aud book printing. Wo
make apix-cialty of uuick work.
TAYLOR A BART, Printers and F.ncravers.
mli 1*2 ; th ?t. u. w.
WrANTED?AT GEN. F.. F. BEAI.E'S STOCK
11 larm, h'>rsiwto winter at #S jierm. .liox stalls. p?s
turu+re i>er m.; horses called for and rvtui !. -d. E.
B. LAFFERI Y, Hay acalea, lUth and LA. av )a 1 t lim
: W*AN'TFD-MOTH AND OTHER"INSECTS I X
" tcruuuated from cai*|>eta, turuituro, iurx, Ac. ny
* tLeonly process which can kill them. Hot NaptiiaGn*.
| A_H CHACE ? BRO., 01*1 l^i a\e. ..1
I W" ANTED- STEAM CAU1-ET CLEAMNti NO
I 11 wiupi inir by our process. Teiuidiouu Ll.V-ti. A
1 H. CHACE ii B1;0? t>lG La. a to. w'i
i WT anted -commissioner" of Deeds for
I 1 v every State and Territory. Notary and U. S.
Commisaioner. JOHN E. BEALL 13MJ 1 st n.w
I Inotbcc lroiu 0 a.m. to.j p.m. telephone i.?
COUNTRY BOARD.
riHEAP. PLEASANT BOARD IN VILLAGE IN
V,'Mountaiii? of Virginia: milk, fruit, audue. par
ties carried to aud from station Iree of charge. Ai i>ly
to MlaS M1LLAN, WoodviUe, ;Rappaham>ock County,
\ a Jt'-'-iif
WANTED?TEN OR TWELVE SUMMER BOARD
ers; pleaaaut lot ality. laive shady yard, twolntye
soriiyra; terms moderate. Iu" pariiculara aiidnss
ilrs. G. W GINN. \\ hue Post, Clarke Co., \ a. Ji 'J :tr
"riOMFORT RETREAT," (NEAR HARPER'S
V7Ferry.) True to name, and all advanta-*< s ufi'in
8a ry to promote comfort, first-class patronage solicited.
A pleasure to pleaae. Full particulars on apid .ati.in.
Jvl-3m AV. M. CLARK. Ketp Tryst. Wash. Co., Md.
CAREEDMOOR, NEAR WARRENTON AND THE
J Euuquier bpriUfcra. will open July 1. Free livery,
beautiful shade, line water, fruit, uulk and ice. for
terms call ou
MRS. J. F. LOVE,
Jel-2w* 51'.J 10th St., W ashinirtuu, D. C.
TWO GENTLEMEN CAN BE "ACCOMODATED
for the summer iu a private family, nutr station . S
trains each way; H hour's ride from city; all coiuf..rts.
; Address Mrs. ELLEN MILLER. lMUvilie P. o.. p. u.
I County, Md. Jel 3t*
| RICH TON," LUTHER VILLI, N <'. R. R.. MD
; ^aaenirerB via Baltimore and Potomac R. R, cau
; chautre cars iii Union station. Bal:inn>r>t, when.-e 11
; miles to station. Mrs. J. A. SHERW i *OI>. my^hMIt*
SUMMER BOARD IV VIRGINIA THE I NDENT
silfned will receive a limited uuniber of boarders
for the suaiuier at her residence in the Gret u Spriutrs
- neighborhood. Louisa I'o.Vn. The situation isln-altliv,
: the hoUKe laiye and comfurtaMe, the grounds
spacious and beautiful, with au abundance of aUat.e.
.also au abundance of ice. ui.ik. butter, ttc. lor
!' terms. Ac., apply to
-3W MRS. M. C. MORRIS, Trevilians.
SUMMER BOARD AT TAKOMA PARK, FIVE
uiileafrom Wa-sUimrton on the B. and o. road. fine
! view, g|>acious verandas, pure air aud water, ."$."><? f.?t
I higher than Washintrton. Address GL'Y MOSi S. Ta
j kuui*. D. 0. my .'S-tif
HEALTHYLOCATHTn. GOOD WATER. HALF
ti.ile from depot aud )H?t-otlice; on the Vitvmia
| Midland It. R.; will convey tjoarders to and froui the
i del ot or auy place they may desir.- to no. Address, J. C.
i C. HOUGH, "Moa? Hill," Nokeaville, Prince W illiam
j County. \ra. _ my2S-Ut*
A FEW BOARDERS DESIRED IN THE M0UN
tainsof Mary land, near Brownsville; convenient i
to raiiro.id aud jHjst-oK.ee; no children. Address j
Miss L1/.ZIE BOTELEIt, BrowusviUe, VVashr -i..u I
County, Md. my^7-?Jt*
cummer boarders'taken at PHdamon i.
ijoue of the most beautiful section* of A liyniia, li>-a
tion hiirh and healthy; plenty of shad*-, fruits. vi*e
tablca, milk and ice; dancimr pavilion, lawii tennis, etc. ,
For particulars apply toix J. TAVENNER. I'hilomout !
P. O., Loudoun Co., Va. myl4-'-ol m
SUNSET HILL-OlEJWf NE 1. LARGE AIRY |
rooms, beautiful prove near house. spriutr b.-ds, j
i milk, ice, fruit aud vetables Adlreas Mim>e* Chamb
lin. Hamilton, Loudoun County, Va. mjr25-2w*
THR UNDERSIGNED WILL. IN DUE SEVS. in"
be prepared to accommodate a limited nun liter of
boarders at a pleaaaut mountain home. Address
HedjreaviUe, Berkley Col, W. Va., GEO. W. FUSS.
myl4-lin*
Delightful board can be obtained in
the mouiitains of Yiiyiuia at The Brook; plenty of
milk and ice, ireah vegetables aud pure apnut-' water.
Address Mra. C. STOCKTON. Kio. Albemarle Co., Va.
iuiT'J-Dn
A few SUMMER BOARDERS can. BY EARLY
application, be accommodated ou reasonable terms
at the Arliutrtou Hotel, A\ uichester, \a. Address
THOMAS ELLIOTT. Proprietor. my 1 l-lui*
SPRING BANK FARM, 2 MILES FROM AL1.XAN
ur.a, offers hrat-ciass accommodations; trood table,
truit, ice, milk iu prolusion. Ac. Terms, $.">j>er w.-n*.
Trains met daily. Addrcaa SPRING BANK. Alaxan
dria, Va. my.t-liu*
IMRST-CLASS BOARD. EXCELLENT SPRING
water, fruit, milk, and shade. IS, uulea from Har
per's Ferry, nearest town 15 minutes walk. Addruba,
W. S. Eltnu, Keep Tryat p. O., W ashintrton Count j, Md
iuy3-~mo
BOARDING.
THE DUPONT HOUSE, N. E. COR. d7TH AND
Corcoran streets n. w ; flue rooms, furnished or
unfurnished, with or without table board: sti.ctly
first-ciwa in every respect in all its acquitments;
dining room always ready for dinner partu s. Tortus
moderate. IapS-3ai
F~ OR RENT?FURNISHED R(X)MS, WITH FIRST.
class Board, near Mcpherson Siiuare. Rclercuoe*
exchauired. Transients accommodated. 1010 loth st.
mlio-yw*
PERSONAL.
CIVIL SERVICE examination QUESTIONS
and Answers. Send i0 cents to bookstores or to
B. W. FLYNN. A. M.. Ivy Institute,
JeS-lm* S. W. Cor. Hth aud k sta. u.w.
/AN ACCOUNT OF THE HEAVYrDEMAND UPON
U us w? are now prepared to pay full value for
Gents' Second-hand Clothing. Address or call at
JUSTH'B Old Staud. 019 i> st. n.w. niy!5-2m
SUBURBAN PROPERTY?
MONTELLO-AT THE intersection OF 2QTH
and W sta. and New York ave. extended. The
most accessible of the city suburbs. Seven minutes
by Baltimore aud Ohio. House. Lots and Villa Sites
commanding most magnificent views. Also, for rent,
store and IIre-room house at Moutello Station.
mrAU, t*. thUulo L. C.LOO MIS. MouteUa
Spring Mats.
DUN LAP'S NEW YORK STYLE IK SPRUNG HATS.
The acknowledged introducer ot Head Gear in
Nona genuiue unless bearing tteir trade
^ WILLETT k RUOFF,
btds Ag?nu for this city,
apt SOS PetuPa avenue.
T T. WALKER'S SOUS. 204 lOTH ST. N.W.
U a Moth Wax, Paper, Lima. W. W. Bruahoa. Charcoal.
for rent rooms.
1>or rekt-I4oo \>i i m?h ii rr. > w? iarge
?.ml hantlaomeW fuimahod r.H.iii*. with >?? without
l*?ard. ti?*r ArKn?-ton tuil m iul"> '? Hot*ls. ?'Iitnn?*
tatc* *4-31*
(^V'liRlXT K KW>(XT liiVM. FIVIiUIIIM) OB
ini'iriusli.sl ? tn a.. f |?Ui (Mom in ? r*
>|?>:?',WL.i|llll^r,wj,1;,,l?WUll lv 1:41 Saw
av?. J.'.'-Jt*
I'jOR RKM \N EXT1UI LoWfR FUHiR Or 4
^s tins iii-funiuliiJ 1 li'untit f->r ?
m d ?i;.- wit aout ? Iniilrrti, nirut for
lhiUMki<f|4iw. UW(i Uili ?: u <*.. 111*1 V?w V->rk
??f X--3f
V'K RENl-iT 1?13?:rH?T X.W FIKK:?hed
JL rooms . cvnUeiiw 1. 01:1) t all beiaa. n w * in anA
s r"> K-'-s**
p?OK KIM 1-1 H *1 \ ? A JTl;MsllEI>
I back parlor. in lu-iiae with modern liupn j?i.;.-nU;
suitable for tw < (Tenth-men jf'? 3t*
IX?H REXT - fc.J.1 GAXT SECOXli FLOOR PARLOR
I ami ImM rknuWr, OiriiwMl aoutn l.?r?re ' ?y
witid.-tva and t-i - ... ti? w i) papered Xo cl lidrvu.
13:1.1 x sr.. vomer I4;h
1.1X1 Mi'' I V rt'KMvRf p ROOMS. '.'O
Mid Sd IliUii. modern improveuteota. n >rtti Mil
roiltli cvwirr on It tie ?! e:.r? an I herdi. ?? 1 -?t . laas
board. ?dl R.? ?>itoi ?t.. timut row. mhl'MO^
I>OK KKNT >1 RXIKHED AXI* INH KMsHKD
IfcioUM, muir^ wr ?u nultr wmttD iduiuttu*. n-f
W-Ui-*? e*? bal.a'ed 11'- I I "t II *
IK KENT -1.1T.14.VX I'LY Fl KXIMll H RttoMtk
' i ;i mitf i>r ?i(url?. f.>r permanent and tran.ini
fiM-at*. !''J0 1Ttli St.. oppoaiUi h arm* lit Stpu.r.'
1 KENT NW.op, inIII- FRANK
1 ill Si;uar.'. ?i?ol |taaalit Rooms tor the ? uiiiiii.ir.
Kfliwiiic* rii'hauriiL tiij'.'T
iK Kl N'T?FOE H l EFI knished Ki ? \IS, B
flo..r; bath on muk' il. ?r, > a- W02 t?tu at. 1 w.
je-j-at*
1>?R KENT TWO I XH'I SI?HI || OR I'M'.Tl f
Iiiriiwl..sl Room*. hewlj p:?i*-r 1, Iwj witnl>.?. al -
cow. aii.I < ioxeta, to i>?I tu . ? u!k Ut i lillilnu . relit low.
llMMkM n w M !?'
I^HIR KI XT liiNlMS Ft RXislll D OR t XI TR
I 1 i?b> <1. at mumiiiiIiU ?itii' r ?iibntil I* ird.
at < 1 in:.<n House. i'i riii-r 7th and I ata. u.tk. Eiilnua-#
S'^i < tli at. Strwt-. ara |'a?K tlie ?k>or to all i?ri? u4
the . tty, y.' St*
I^tiR REXT Fl RXI8HEK. BEAt ITFTL M'MMM
lUhinia: In) wtinl.'wa 111 ? \?tj room ; o?nn*r tioiian,
n?'W. aoiitli and i-u?t lix.ut. lti'li'MMf hNiuin1!! 1 l?il
K at n ?. j.-y st*
1>i'K Ki N l - I 111;| I UAXT'SfVil KARUK I 1 It
tilahed Rooma. at 31C at. n w Jel -.'lt*
I^Ol. RIXT-IW.l MHIUVHI.t Ft I.X1SIIEO
. IIoiibui mi wix'iiil Do >r, at I .V*5 Ntli at ti w. )r|..<t*
1,'t?R REXT-liJXIOHTFfL I'l.l AsaXT 1UH>M#
u itli tioii.l, tor the auuiluur tiioiitUa. K14M L at.
)el-3r
IXtiRRlNT TWO 1?KLU?I11TI LI.V Fl I.XISHEO
Rooin* at Hiiium^r i.f?> *, <Mth f\riit-? ia?-? l<imiV
riiiraai' 1 a Mflwumd. l?1.'!! ?ls?? ?vc. jrl-'if
1
1
Rooin* at atuiniier iti- ?*. with f\rat-> la<->
" 1 "??-'? I V i
I^uR RKXT-TO-.' lOllltiT.. t?M MANOStiMELi*
turi:ihli*.xl suiti ? ( r.'v.iut.. ala?.>uueaintrle " "'U1
Jfl tit*
yoR RI.XT-t'OR. HTU AXU MASH AX'KXl'E
E/ Lanrr nicely fttrtiialK-d front lt*? iuk. a*H>?iti:l and
third llo'-ra, with Roard Koiitli?*rti ana raatcrti ??*
jH.w ir. . I Ui'iH; lmea car*. K>'t<'niiCM culiauiri d.
?pi IKr*
?'UK l l \ | Xli 'l.i \ FI'KXISHI 1? H". M >> (? I
vi t.'lloiiai'. uo ? hildri'U. 17 IW 14th at., i-or Ki?-im.
?fSl-Sl*
1" f >R REXT AT 11U' 11 *T X . W OXE X ll EI.V
furuiali-Nl tri.iiit r ?>ni. rnlt.-ililo for on<- or tw?- ir>-u
Ut*ni< it, with Liath.tfa.- an.l attouJain ?% at auiiniu-r ralaa.
my:U-l?
1>>K Rl X r-T~U?i "l.Ali?.1.. VERY I'l l *SANT.
mimniuuiratitiir r>'Oina. ws-.iimI ti.?? .r l?aiii .01 ?anw
floor, t riua modoraU.' ! ?; xuu.inar. alau haii l?-<t r .>iu
liiniinh.-d. !?1U 1-th atr.t t u.h. ii>rtl-.?t*
I^X)R KI M IHXI Si'Ml, 1.\R?1F RihiVs. WITH
Uith attached, at auuiiuir rat?'?. lHl'J MlliHtr.-^t
11.w ii > :t1-.it?
1>llR RKXT -TMli t UMMl Mt ATIXti Fl'R
lush'il r<H>iiiM on iMvitud tl.Mir. in private faiiuiy.
n:if ha* lar^'.' i>??> wit 1 w an.l alivt. . i?n la.- N|M
mtitfly t>r ?*ti mtiu;; ?>ath on saini- fl.K>r. H-M l!?th aU
11 u m.> :iI -It*
1^01; KI NT-1HUV.K I'XH'KSIHHET> K<M 'M^ ?>X
swotul floor. Mittablf for lnrlit houark?H*|>.iur. Mouth
trout, with l>'.th ai <1 L"a*. wiHr.-tit to a.liut? .-iil>.
All?ly lSM'.i il Bt. n w.
]7?u: REXT TWO EI.Eii AXT1.Y UTtMsliED
R<h>iu?. Aiao. oti?- latvf Ki|iian> iinfiirtUHhwi rooiu
uu I'.ui. r floor, aouthcrti ?\|>oauri'. l'Jti 1 at. u w.
inj Sl'Sf
J^?JK REXT?TWti KlHJVS ??X *JM> FKtH?R I I U
o?l r.'tlmt ti w. may!
1>Oli KENT i I KXISIIEIJ. TWO OOMMl Mu
tiny ro.Mii*. a?-ot:d floor, ftwntiu* <?at and wi st;
plenty ait; aloeiuuir an?l aitiiUK ruuui; (>atl. onfl.- r;
K'?h1 n.'Urhliorhooa, r. tit \?*o' Uiodeiat*'. T1 ?> 1-th
St., lietwpt'U (4 and H at*. nvSl-Ilt*
IJOR REXT-1H*,?4 H ST X.W FI'KXlsHl lK'O*
liiUni.a'.iUK Ruotua. eu i-uite, la'lfi and airy, on
tirat an.l s.t'oud tU^>r?, at <-lica|' auuiincr rati a
tny:il-3d*
I^oR REXT?WITH OR WlTHol l H0AKI1. r. a iL
rooma. ni.-ely !uruiah<>d. wiUi lnaitiiiK . a.iutl?-ra
ex|H.aur.'^ from ?5 up. 4.V1 c at. 11 w tn>v3? ?t'
1^1 ?R REXT -VERY DFSIRARLF KFtYiXIi Fl/TOR
Parlor and oiwor two la-.lr>K?tua, turni-'i.^l, laith.
lanaerlo?>ta; aoiitli frut, uo rhihlrou. 1',"?!? X ?t u.
w.. WMIMf Kith at. iiuvs
I^OR REXT 1:<-.*- lrtTH KTREE'l NW \ SEITF.
of iiii*sly lurtiialmlrooma ..u ?< . .nid d .or wiU l>?
ri'iit?>d Miii/iy it tli mivJ. \?-r>' <li ~;ral4> i-K-atioii n< ar
Iowa Oiru'le. Tra.iaieut and taltio IwMdiw ut. 'iiiino
lllttd. IllJ'.'S^it*
i^oi; R! XT-SECOND 1 l.o 'K III MT MARKET
Kpacf lor rent. Inn";-, at :'.;i(i< N st.n a m-.> *!?
1M.K KI.XT FEKNIS|1EI? ROOMS. *1N?.LE Ott
euauite, with private bath, ltiol 1 ?L n <*.
mjUTiw*
.ioKKI XT ROOMS. IMNHmiMHAI T .MMII Ii
1
1
it. u.w. MflT-fai
Xtt REXT THE LIVTNiiKTOX. l.mi > I.. FEW
. doomalwve K ?t. and Franklin I'^rk X.?* and at
trwUvriiuuw. ilik-u and l>t?i<utitiil loi-afoti l'l- axinl,
hatidaoiiii-ly-funiialied r.iot^ta. ialiicoi Mif- ri r-juat
ity. 1 rsiti-??. lit and tabio Ixciniera ?ocotuiiioiata^A.
Mi*l< rat< |'rii ??i. 1 flcplioiie SM 1 -3 utyd 1 lu*
FOE BENT FLATS. ~
I^UR ItEN'T \1 ERY LOW KA1 ES E!\ I E \E(!R
^ud nmilkudit tli flati. j, * aliJ rooma, lu the R.
& y BuildillK,Cor. M ai.d .illtii ala li?.,.n aneond
::11U third floor*. i'h"M tiata art- um ill:' a- any in thn
city . 110 cti'cuae h:w l?-. u -1 ar?-J to luakr tliein lu -l. ia
of runvtliivDce, coiulort auji l'vuu*, K|n ul atb uum
la iiu; rivi'B to sail.1.11) arruiiir uit-nta.. onv?inivtia> of
ac'eaa. A. . stre.-t ? :irH i^snd.mnevcr) t?u uiinut??.
For lurther parth ultra ply u>
THOMAK .1 riHHEit,
1324 F at. n w.. or M at. oa pri-Uiiafll
my2.)-!Iw
1
FOK RENT OFH'Ts.
70R REXT?< "I FICES IN I.I l>Ro|T UNUHNU,
oMioaite C. 8 I' mt and hint > ifli. ? . t? ? r ,,,J
uDii floor, lroiitint htli and 1 ?i*., with ,<If n
a| ace, auitable for paU'l.t alt. rn. y Two r<"Xita .?
l?aeiiient il.?or, F at :roiil. ?'' li ada|?teii i- r r> al f-taij
and lUHiinilRX: baa;iicaa. A. 1. IIAKRER A <'O .
iny34-3w ia-Dr.it tuildnin.
FOB RENT SToJiKS. _
1X)I! RENT KI ORF. S*I4 TTll STREET X W FOft
tonna iinjinri' of tin- A|Otli> ? ary ui-tt <1 or. lu.il ?>>'
1J*OR REM -STORE ANI> (1.1.1.Ali. toUXEh ??F
!?th ai: l L ats. n.w., ( Utal o- lor a burnt: s? ot aujr
kind Apply to W. C. J* 'HNSON, 71b l.itli at u.w.
iu)U-iiif
I~7oR REXT?STORE AVD (XLLAK, 4(>s I'dTB
st.. 1 door fr. it; I'tuuailvunla um- als . rooms s
kiidtk 1st fliair biuldaic lurufr Fa aw- and 1 .".h at.
Apply to JAilLb V DA NTS' bUNi>. 1^'Ul i'n. a\?..? r.
1.1h st. in; 1 '.'in
FOR RENT?MISCELLAN EOUS
l?XiE REN'l 8 1 Aiil.E IK REAR UT IhU M - I .
A new and very dt.- irabh-. live alalia uiil ? amiMfc
rooui. Apply to A. T RKIl.'E. 714 loth at. uyJG lui
I^OR RENT ?"El.AKN TVFE-W KIT IN i."
Miu liili' s rt-titi il al i.'i per month ai d sold oa
monthly payuieuta.
iuy4-3iu "C Al.Iti RAI'H OFFICE." BSS F st. n.w.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
WAXTED ? AX ENERt.ETIC OEXTI.EM VX,
I with some capital, to take halt Interest in thi sda
of respirator} uiauicuiea. Adareaa MEDICIXE. Miar
office.
wanted-To IN \ I .>1 Il.buu CAslI Fob bMALL
11 place or inviiud, or will pay thu amuuiit for ?
lancer piece of prop, rt) , Lauanca on tuns. Audnaa
amouvt, Star othce. JsL'-Ul*
Notice. - partner with ti.ooo wanted.
liusinuis plt-iu>aut.a?rn?able and tu tueclt> . umuif
can be doubled tvely tio days. AUdreas J.A D , star
office. >e 1 -:tf
IMFORTAXT SALl oF LI MBER II \EF M1L
lion f?et of choi?* RuiMimr Mat .rial, Immus tli?> lum
ber uatd 111 connection witii National Drill, i his linn
ber is all new and in ?roo<l condition, und ? ill - - Id in
lota toauit purchaser*. lTo|xisala lor all m an> |-.r
tion of it are invited, and pi.riue aisiunir to l>.;> - m w
60 by appl)intr at the irrounda, or to WIM.^.vll' A
L HKER. !Mh st.. D. J. >1ACARTY, 12V1 Obi. ? ave
niy31-2w
CI ROCEKY AND PROX IMO* STORE I 'K ?Vl.l ?
t in ettienie js?ri ot eity. A Mo. 1 truod rmsuu* (??
sellinir- Addreaa oKoCLRiES, 13J D at. Li.tt.
IU)*?M*Stcidv
GEO II READ. INVESTMENT BANKER AND
Ivom Airebt. tttMi 11th it. li t. Hit ami ei^-hl per
cent. Dcbei.ture bonds and iruaranti.-d farm iimrt
?ra*.'.-s lor sale, alao ait |?-r ceut twenty and thirty
year ?rold beuriiijr Water Couiiuny bond*, all pay
tut.- sioni-aunual intur. .-.t.
Local loans neootiated. ati'-x-ts'-'ui
VP W-. MOFFETT, 1:111 F ST X W I MM MIS
a aionerol I >e? d?- lor t very State and I <-ri j t
At office from 8 '.iv a. in. to ."> p.m. 1. >_4-lui
Special to governmext empi^ye*. -
W> sell you line i-lolhiliif, la>th reailv-u.ad. a:id t?
your uieasun-. on eas> pajuienta at the ? aiiat ca>U
plicca. h i KASRL ROLR & HON, Mail'i1?'"iiir<i*f
Clothiers and 1 aiiora. 1112Filn.? :i.y2Miu
00K AT THtt-VOD CAN" HAVk \oi i. IlKM
nir and b- ieB stored at IKiX X?-w \ orl: a--? ? .
cliuive l>> load or bulk . irooda hoist, d bi ale* alor.
inyy-lui* WM.'F. Li.kMElA^
wanted PRINTIXO HAXDRILLS.41ti.lO.Olid
g4. '-.tI.OOO e7.jn.iMiu *14. IO(i.<MHi f-? si2?
6xU, 10,(mm) Ikti. -M.IIOO 410. aO.iMHi t~- lW.U'll
i.'Ci. 1^'iituiuir presseH, ex|<ert workmen. Eiiieat a?
aoiimeiit anti que, satin, lineii. unie I. colorvd ana
white letUT, note srd bill-head l*]<*r IU the city. AX
DLKaoN \ Uuouii. 1010 and lOlJ i*a-avs. u.w.
uiho-du1
E-llLLia ~ ft *?
a Hm. k DEAN.
lirokers and lK-aiers in
GOOELIC IRON Ml NINO M OCKS.
western FARM mortgage*
? mt I-y.Tiiia and Real latau 111 W aiUa^lUk
MiHTi<u|>oUa ami Chicavo.
Office: Room4. t?Aw?or LlUiumtf. 141WEiL
>uh7-3m
HE WASHINGTON SAFE DEWSIT ?X)MI ANf
AXD FIRE-PROOF KToRA<?E WAREUOLWu
tllU I'A AVE. X. W. (South Side)
Paraoos fcuintf abroad, or leavm* (hi .rity shoull
avail themselves ot the advaulairrs offeri-U bv this coiu
)any lor thi aule koepinK of bouda. securitica, ^eaelry,
plate and other vaiuabiea. Ciotninv. paintiiiKa, worka
ot art. pianos, bric-a-brac. rura. <-ar|s ta, Ac., 4c.. ca?
beatond al k a rau?. lakea? tioi I- tore, ratiaor
alter, jour valuaLiesare atol jn or UiruaiL
Office Hours U a. m. lo 4 p. m.
fJti-Om (jy.turoa) a. W a. in to o |?. In.)
L
A.
T1
Exgravixo And Die Sixeimo.
V?. fl-lTT, ?aiG?Lu*.
Eneiaviuir <* ui'talr-ud wood. Mi innrranis and crsrta
in aiala. waU hesor Jiwelry. CarUntiyraVil? anu prmt
t.r h?-al?uinaviiuf in all lta branched. Hook binder^
uiea sal' Uies and at(?l atainp cutiliia hubbar
nan i s lor marking and all k.nda ot atami 1 uu luaU-riaL
Co'o ot ailvu: nudiou ' u-bmnn ring. lu?ai.aa ana ail
lull. Ul todat paiaphwrualuk ittkMM

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