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ItrKrenina Mnr hr?? rt rnnlar. rrrmnnrnt
l -nn/.lr .in.lr rirrnlniion more tlinn treble
Ifcm of nnv other ?laily paper published in
M a*hin?tni>, und much greater than ibnt
? ? nIi the other tlsuiy papers hero added
toff ether.
3UK BTJLM mmm MHndOii to juiim fr
r''vrn rejected communications. (. o>itrit>utors
vl> uish to their manuscripts, ?/ uh
""rf. fboiild keep a opt/.
I?- f fritter of whatever character intended fnr
; vbn.aho* , v.sr, . , ?;, appntrmee the same da'
" denrrrt, reach the otfce not later than 12
it 'dock noon.
1 ? Thrift to .Inrmimious Letters or
tbftwnunicitirms on any/ rub,eft.
Those I ???*?** A*
*?rr 77lr?rrr mmW f? fA/-r* for any I myth of
/<?*, O'i'i ffc* address charujcd as often as desired.
The subscription must be invariably paid in ad
Vance.
Vi hatever may be the outcome of the President's
fle. lsion to deliver the Hacseaptured or surren
dered tn th* late war to the Southern Stat-s to
^ v?rlou? regiments, formerly owning the
flag*. were credited, it will evidently rail of its pur
pose to promote good feeling between the two sec
tions The denunciation or the plan by the < A. R.,
and by governors of several of the States, and the
proposed Institution of legal proceedings to pre
^?'nt. if possible, it-; execution, point to a long and
nested controversy over the matter, which will do
more to arouse and keep alive war animosities and
** ,,oaal pr?jniii-es than the exhibition of the
tags for a thousand years. A return of the flags
acquiesced in by everybody an a token tliat the
l':.ioo la once more linnly united, and th it r?o re
minder of pist dissensions s'lall be preserved
would be a jtrand thin*. But it assumes that no
aen.slttveness concerning the recent struggle and
Its results e>:Hts; and there are indications frr.m
l>of h sections that this is no' yet t ne case. North
ern men will inquire why at tilts day recognize
Mates as having be-n in rebellion, rather than
the rebelling Individuals, and why r-turn to
.stares, now loyal, flags which will be a perpetual
reminder to some of the lost cause and of' blood
shed in rebellion. Southern men will a>k. in view
of the l-'gal proceedings contemplated oyohioto
r-dn 'he Secretary of War fp-m returning the
nags captured by the troops of that State,whether
tii-North is convened to the doctrine of states
r.giita, which was assorted by the South in istji;
ur.d w h-ther, urUe^s th^rc has been such a c<mi
t?rs(OB, Ohio's troo[i3 had any status as such. In
lighting to suppress a rebellion against the U. s.
t.overnment outsldo th-* bordera or the state,
* hich entitles them to lav claim in behalf or their
State to property captur >1 by tiiem while acting as
I. S. soldiers and in defease of tne Union. The
whole affair is unfortunate, if the era of good
reeling has wo fir returned that the display of
reminders of civil w.ir is ?I?-j related by public'
opinion, they might naturally be tucked away m
to ne dark corner ,?r d-s'royd, and not merely
cfcang'-d in levari n a el ien s-tiil to operate as i
reminders. i.,k it may t,e doubt-d whether even
that disposition of tHags would have avoided
wounding th- sensitiveness which the war has
left, arid have prevented the present uproar and
Contention.
The appiov .1 b; th* citizens' representative
c^mmUtee at lrs re. ent me-ting of an appeal
a-ralnnt selflsli s- Honaiism. and the adoption of
t.ie rui- whii h n it an exclusive function of
t::is non-sectional emmittee tahold formal corn
ii.unieatii n "it b~h;Uf of represented citizens with
departments or the g-:!. rul government and
KM local MttwlUm tr MKJ in the right dlrec
t vi. J lie ciit7( n^ in the local associations will
e t Inn-t . rr .-tlivtiy thnunyii a general representa
t.ve cunmittee with very lanre powers, which will
b.* iu position to riew all questions from thestand
fit ?f the best Interests ol the city as a whole
v. iikh. while directing its eilorts equitably and
l.apaniu.iy for th'- general advantage and special
Improvement oi ail parts of the city will see in
b n-rus apparently purely sectional a gain to the
vholj cIlV; und which whether aiming at results
<iirectljr beneficial to all iltizens or beneficial di
r ? '*> to a part an I only indirectly to the rest
v ..l worX with the vigor and effectiveness or iiar
n.onio.is and united action. Utile can be aceom
1 tislied if the loc.ii associations assert themselves
as nine, iutlepnjtnr, hostile bodies, suspicious
and snar.ing, oj po^:i.g one another at every step
and sending delegates to a powerless represei t ?1
tive eommuv.ee merely to scramble for sectional
bvnent-, with the full purpose of rebelling and re
coming the cut-throat policy which has hitherto
Impeded the District, if any favored local proposi
lion should laiL
lie Clan Srru:nb?. k. arrest? d in Illinois for the
trirder of the unknown girl at Rahway, y. j.
u. y be the villain he professes to* be, or he may i
iiv". Ills confession, unsupported, counts for
i: >thlng. There is a peculiar form of haiiueination
v ? !oh overcomes personsof a certain nervous teW
p raiaent now andthen. and under the influence
?.t whl -h a man pictures to his mind all sorts of re
* y? la ?'"???? Till Mill hlMM II
c aii-at figure. The phenom-non is sometlrneb
1 nnde-i on an actual occurrence of which ho has
reatl, S">metlmw-j on a dienm which has haunted
Ltm, and sometimes on nothing u?n- subnantlal
tiian a morbid imagining of what might happen.
4' '? ? - ?fferer Iron this ? >wt? has con
I*?d. With clp.-um^tantlal details, such a crime
a-, a murder or a robbery, which, when the racts
nie Investigated, proves never to have occurred at
all. In the pre^en' instance St rum bade, who has
l~d a wandering li.e, and wi**e antecedents have
n.H ail beeu Of the utmost respectability, may
brooded over the .v-nsa'lonal accounts of the
Kahway mystery as developed by the newspapers
tiil he has come to ideuriiy himself with it. Or he
may have got, tired of the West, and be trving a
l-tmiliar trick to g^t back U. his old stam >ln<
ground without expense. It is as desirable to
aoru'Inlze his voluntary self-accusaiicn as it
Would be to slf any charge brought against him
by others and denied by himself.
Tha cable bri:i^- n- wsof the sale of a Ma7!ar!n
bible, among th- ?i her contents of Lord Crawford's
library disposed oi at auction in L -auon yesterday
liftl^iO. This would se-m a tremendous prlee
t^pwyrora single printed work, bu' for the fact
tlvt a larger price w.4s given at the Syston Park
library sale in l^ondon two years ago. o:i that oe
Cikion a poor Ma/artn, untas'efuily bound in blue
morocco and gi.t. with the margin badly sheared
and many or the pages torn and patched, was
knocked down to Mri; iarit. h. the famous tngiiih
appellative col leer or. tor f I i, >.
Th- immense vaiu- attarhcl to this edition of
the bib> I- due to the limited number now known
t. be in existence. Most antlq?aarian3 admit the
authentli ity i' twenty j^per and seven vell?ira
crples dp-trlbtted tfcr :k-i, various parts of th
wwrl-J. genera!i> m l-'orur^s and museums. One
1M**' *j:' nsos? ;?rfi-;' known?changed
hinds in i*7:i for |U.4.V>. ;,n-1 a vellum o.-pv
I rought. at the same sal-, $17,000. Th- latter Is
or was until K'-!y. in the privaUe library of the
tMTi of A^liD'irnb.iT!,
1 a-chara.tenstl ? ^ n-ro-iry or Mr. ?Y:
CMK)% or Philadelphia, has found its lar ^st out
let la a cemml-wion t > <? -nerai, s?jermau and
bneridan to have their portraits p ..m-d bv a? tiste
of iheir own selection, the p^ctur-^ to b hunt j-,
orant hall at the West Point nX.t.ry acaiivmy
and an order to an ar. hiuct to U'-*i.-a and erect
monuments over the unmarkel graves of military
heroes buried on thegoverniu?re->er\'ut ion there
If *11 our millionaires treated their i.. aey, as Mr
Chllds does, as a tru.-t for the benefit of' societ v*
the outcry against >rre.tt j rivate accumuiatiou.s of
we?iih wouW scum b-.* heard uo more.
The dei-ision of the Interstate commerce Cotn
ruHalon against a general su?pens|oB of the long
aad short haul cl i?f?e and against a ruling by
tnem, in advance oi Its ap: '.a atlon, of what it r
tialres, is substantially wuat w:ts indicated as
their opinion by their letter published 1 --t month.
Tne roads ar?? told to cor?rrue this ?lauv* for
tt;eiixs>'lves, and be punlsiiedit they violate it; but
tome hints lire gl\en of the manner in which the
ii^-aibers of the commission are iaciiued to con
strue it.
The sharp trial has b ? in. Tue straggle over
th- question whether S .rp shall be 1-jcked up
pending trial has n-^ul'-d in letting i>harp go
Lome to be guarded, and in locking up the Jury in
n-ad.
Arthur attass.
DrucxiH and Pharmacist.
14th mini I and 3d and D at*, a.-rr.
Dvtaf Um tloii jtjB.iner I yropuoc ofcrinj
>P?ctal laduc?menta fix-m time to Ume. i iru ou tke
boa
HYDROGLX PEBOXIOE.
for M?achin? hair the very iaihioaabie Golden hue
1?* la TUffae.
'Tw*' iadjr in.ijr bleach her own hair ?-itbont anj
trouble whatever and tcarotly any expense cuuivand
1" *hat hair-dr*saers eharre you.
?_Lto*T!emUr**"*,pplyo,lh*,-d*??d will Mil in anj
quantity, large or snmlL >4
bum, grand clearing Bale.
tuom THIS DAY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE WE
WILL oil tr ulk ENTIRE STOCK OF
OOOD3 IN
33^.3 tniw'(0
^ ul i?
*2. iju ou
twuo00
different department*, enumerating special lota in
each dej-artment. at such prices as will assure a ready
sale. We don't mind the loss, we never carry goods
over, and Uiey muat be sold at even a great sacrifice.
f f i ??""* nii,j"iio 0i>????0 on??uo
?: ?* jj., <*? m) 00 ?1 oil 00
|2> "ii u> ui oo uo ut oo
*i* ?hs55 7/ "%/w ""oo00 ""oo00 1*
we are willing to start out with a loss of 45,000. If
this loss will not m- ve unr goods we are ready for
A STILL GREATER LOSS.
w ? will not wa^te more words about this ?ale. The
prices of the gwtlt nlvjrilaol nrrat to all the talkbg.
This whole column is devoted to our Clearing Sale.
DRY GOODS department.
All oar best French Satteens
(ki.echlin's), which sold as
ft vh as :?5e. 3 yarl ctewttsg pitce, 15C. t t?
All our fancy patterns,
French satteena (Koech
lin's). They are sold all
. ttvtr at.25<^ Clearing Price, 80c. ft yd.
All onr ani. ricar Gingham,
sold for i :\ and 15c. Clearing Trice, 8c. ft yd.
All our best oin^-hams. some
French amnnc them, sold
from 17 to 2.">c. Clearing Price, 12Hc.
Ail onr Figured Batistes,
regular 1'j <&. joods. Clearing Price, 8c. ft yd.
All our fit-ured and Plaid
India Linen, sold at 1 sr. Clearing Price. 10c. a yd.
All c:;r bl3ck and colored
Knrth Silk.-*, which sold at
. $ '? t) . . . ClearingPrice,62)?e. yd.
All onr Brocaded Silks in
cream, blue aud pink, sold
as hijri; as % 1 50. Clearing Price. 6Sc. ft yd.
Clearing Price in onr Black Dress Oooda Department
_ 10 l>er rent off marked price.
All onr Farmer's sauna, sold
at 20c, Clearing Price, luxc.
several pieces of All-wool
i'.' 1 Ttv ill Flannel. Clearing Pride. 12jfc.
sevr-ai i>icces of very fine
? t-it fl^.npel?. sold at .".or. Clearin* Price, 32>?.
I 'M N AM' h 11'sfftknishirg DEPARTSiint.
On- l.it of Chocked Glass
Tow-'lijix. jH inches wide, _ . . ...
v..; ranted all linen. Clearing Price, 5c. ft yd.
oj;^ li t small size fancy
Table (tov?rs, worth 35c. Clearing Price, 20c.
Ore lot of .Inte Table Covers,
?r < -rth .41.25. Clearing Price, 68e.
Or." lot 01 handsome fancy
Table Covers. 4j$ yarife
lot,a-, worth jj-4.50. Clearing Price, #2.25.
? upholstery department.
One lot of Smyrna Rusrs. best
quality, former price #1.50. Clearing Price, 98c.
One lot of Curtain Scrim,
retmlar price 12l4c. Clearing Price, ?c. ft yd.
ore lot of Lace Curtains.
Iri?h point pattern. :i?$
yards long, very wide. r>y
nlar price 43."?0. Clearing Price $2.40 pr.
One pin e striped Tapestry,
1"" light weik-ht portiers,
r^enlur trice }>5r. a yard. Clearing Price, 05c.
One lot of Colored crvcbet
si re^ds. frina-t d, evtra
size, regular price. $L.-?0. Clearing Price, $1.28.
One lot of Allendale Sum
mer spnads, regnlar
price 81.10. Clearing Prieo, 89c.
LACE DEPARTMENT.
One l'"t of Torchon Trim
ming. keeular Price, 5 to
10c. a yd. Clearing Price, le. ft yd.
On- Lot of Torchon trim
niii'ir. 12 yds in a piece.
Worth 75c. to 41.25 Clearing Price, 50c. ? pc.
One Lot 4:?-inch cotofed
t^rienta! flouncjnrs. Reg
nlar Price, il.2? a yd Clearing Price, 35c.? yd.
Narrow, to match* V.aa 25c.
? td. Clearing Price, 10c. ft yd.
one lot of Oriental Laces.
lit cular Price. "5 to 3Sc. a
J'1- ciearirit.'Price,15c.ftyd.
EMBROIDERY department.
One Lot of Cream Color.
extra fine flouncinsrs, 45
inches wide regular price,
*1 tc ? 3 a yd. Clearing Price, 75c. ftyd.
All-overs to match. Same
price.
one l ot of 45-inch Swiss
flounrirnrs. k-u'ilar Price,
to <1 5< ? a vd. Clearing Price, 98c. ft yd.
One i.? taf ki-ioiiantx ill Em
broideries. all f;:nds. Some
worth 15 to t5-. Clearing Price. 10c. p. rm.
so:i;e wort 11 .>0 to t ->c. Clearing Price, 25c. p. rm.
ni.Ess TRIMMING departjleiit.
One l"t of Coloied Braid
triiriminr. Hcsruiar Price,
r.o . to #1 a yd Clearing Price,25c. ft yd.
or?e 1. it of Colored Marabout
Trimmiotf. reirular Price,
7 .V to 41aya Clearing Price, 15c. a yd.
One I.ot of Black Beaded
panels. ri gular price,
si 50 to $5 Clearing Price, $1.25 e?.
Ore Lot !?1..>0 and 8108
Itlack Lace 45-inch Flounc
.j'1^ . . - v_. Cleariag Price, $1.28 yd.
Also, equal barsrams in bet
ter fiomiciiifts.
One t.ot of trimminirbraids,
all colors. was 15c. a yd. Clearing Price, 5c. a yd.
? t . r department.
One Lot of Metal Clasps.
kefmlar Price, 15 to 50c.
each. . Clearing Price, 5c. each.
One Lot of Odds and Ends in
Fine Metal Buttons. Reg
ular Price, 15 to 50e. a
'"0l NOTION depasijsest'""'
One Lot of genume Enelish
Hair Brushes, one-piece
back. Regn.ar Price, 50
oif'sf or fn,l?h tikith C"*r"?Prt<*'3^
Brushes. Regular Price,
oJ?l? ru.t,of B.,. Bum. *?<?,??.
?be&js- gook cl-i"?
consist:nir of panza Cream,
t.lierry laps. Nail Powder,
Rosaline, tec. Regular
Price 25 and 5qc Clearing Price, 15c.
One ljt of Crawford's Linen
j'hread. Regular Price,
n~% * r vi ... Clearing Price, lc. spool.
One Lot of Fl .rrence Mirrors,
Frvnch-r'ate triass. Were
r?4STan<,^r , , r Clearing Price, 25c.
Our L< t of mintrluinrue's Face
soh* *-vervwhere
nZl'fit-JS" l ri,r- Clearing Price, 10c.box.
cwe ia)1 of ^wiiii^uowii Pow
Cer- lr ,.._T Clearing Price, 7c.
? ? ? -if-welr-i ^DEPARTMENT.
Otie 1x4 of Novelty Hair
pin". Regular Price, 10
o?dlZXt Children's Ring* ^ 6c"
warranted 14-kt. euld
Regular Price 41 to 41.75. Clearinir Price. 65c.
LEATHER GOODS DEPARTMENT
One Lot 01 ?.5c. Fancy
ojn2kffis?c?. ci?nn?pn^ioc.
0?p?!e5f'i>sjsr Toilet prtw 50c.
Cases. Regular Price. soc Clearing Price, 10c.
Cue Lot or crtfu^,dsibtmen"
OneL^t ofFancr Satin Fans clemnn* price*13c
rwj.lar Price, 75c. to
BRASS GOODS departme^?'^
oiie i?t of hru^s liettlo*.
lle^ular trie*, 08*!. Wortk
os lot bm,, enwton cl"rt?l"?ce, 30a
0? aan"prtc?'38c
1 rays and sr racers, llegu
one lot of All iaiieii, ex'ra
loc^ Chemisettes. hegii
lar price 25c. Clearing Price, 8c.
on-i i^t of taucylfiwn and
L;ice Chetuwettes. Regu
lar price, 2."> to 7 >. Clearing Price lot
One lot of Embroidered Mull v'le,rln* 'rnce' iuc
Ties. Regular price, 15
OneloV^'i Tourist Rnchi,*, Clearin?^-^
0 yds. in a l?<x. htfiriifar
os clearia*prtce'9c lbox
ma with bolting bm k and
pearl ueads. Regular price,
onelot olCrepe Lisse Ruch- clc=ri^pr*ce, ^oe. a^l
ZEPHYR dfpvr?Pt"$trice-10c *yd*
One lot of Fancy worsted
fringes. Regular price
0j.e l".t? of ^',mhes. very ***10C' *J(L
o^wi^,, Fir Pd- c!,>ann' price, 75c. a yd.
oirtot cic^ ^
Bags, with ..r without Ens
broidered Initials. Regu
,>rice, 75c. srjt dbt>ap ctearia^Price, 25c.
Two Black-and-White Fiw
c.rcd i.v.vn Sint?. iia^s :t4
0?"'s? or"'cri!f,-. S,?
j wit-, the newest style short
drapery and t>a.sque. Suit
j o" hhu^vsia. 30. the <*"*****.919.
?-k'.rt o? All-Over Erubroi
j dery, with oassjatj of aarne.
(wwm^ whit. India
Liv.eu ?U!t, s.zc 1h yr,
>-kirt olaihirattiy ?rin.:i.>^i
with fin" Enii?roi.Ury.
ba#qtte. with jok- of All
Over. Sold for ?10 Clearin* piim m
on lot of Children's Giur- ^ 1 ,6
ham and .Sat'.eeii swits,
sizr< from 4 to 14 yrs so]<j
One "?Jf Ch'hiren's mohair cl"tta* *** 92 **'
Dusters, sizes t? to 10 yra
ore lot of Imported Cash
jtiere jerseys with colored
v?tn and pUfted backs
snlki ,viowhwphw?.m.
Our avhito Muslin Shirt
waists, with i a'.ett but
?? us. plaited br.ck an.i
trout i lie best waist ?v?r
10 .i-' t off on all ?vjr "?*nugpric?.0'wfi0b.
fch:rt Waists.
t?,. . millinery department.
tn ?ie 1, co!i?i*t;tMr of fine
li;xii?h milau Hats in
!,-nj. brown, navy, tan. and
|^?1 shapes- 8cld from
* i >i) to *:i.2.?.
white hats ft?r ladies aud
cbildrvu. in fancy Htraws.
take v Clearing Price. 62a
h j*lloa st?.st r. aivl it.
kai!<>i-?. :?> hlai'k. navy, ana
t^wi'^v^n^of?>lot. c,Mrin?PriC8'23c
importttili samples of fl, vr
?rj-worth fully fmm ^ 1 to
Bin 1, cons'tstinvof 1 lot of clearib* p^ce, 41 k 8?e.
Illilu.rtA.l L'... . *
Clearing Prica, $1.1&
Clearing Price, 21a.
iin !H*.' ted far.ev Ribbons,
hon.i.l and 1 n.|?icot and
cord edge, solu ti urn :t5 t?
'.?iu- of ^*s,h ilihbob.
all silk. i aiul !i inch, in
white, cardinal and narueu
block, usoire and plaii.
aatin. worth from 7*^c. to
Bi*1 x * rtot Of inMutr C1#Miat *** 47c- ? r?
Children's and uurses'
Cai?, in fine muU; ew
broidered. tucked ju,i
ccrded, *ol;l froui 25 to
' shawl dfpartj3&ph##1 18*
One let of Ladies au-^u t"*at'
Cashmere Scarfs, black
it <**-??>.
wool Cashn>?re fiubruid
scara, in all cekivs clearing mm m m
pauam^L departikm#
Aa it is im possible foe as to
jiuote t ru es iq onr Farsaoi
Det>arimeut. we will only
say that va bars put the
mire cletn through our
Price* Clearing' Pries, 25 to 50
gft cent off ?M OMt
GENTS* FURNISHING DKPARTifENT.
?S* '?t dt Gent*' Htm
Bahdkerchiets, In
ck*?"rrt"',L85'
bl ^^lu?Jfe5nip1ite^n!,? Clearlnr Price, 15a.
trlhkb. satchels and v a lis km.
.?3t,h*vf *n Jinmen* atsoririjcnt Trunk*, HatrMls
tSJ' ? Intradto niduce; ihe prices tt"W
are lower than wur trunk deafer id Jmw*. We intend f o
man them still lJwer: It will pay you to exaiulAe
them and the prices.
BAUM'S GREAT CLEARING SALE.
? have hundreds of other lots which will be adre r
twed from time to time. JelO
= = r- iirrti -r-r-f^a
Early-Closing Notice.
Out-of-town patrons are notified that after July 4,
and until September, the Palais floral will clow Satur
days at 1 p.m. Please mop ttWfaififly.
WORK FOB PLAYTIME.
The most artistic effects Imaginable may be pro
duced at the least possible cost ol money by outlining
in cotton or silk the many picturesque and quaint
scenes we show stamped OB BOTH; Hot only artistic,
bat useful thin vs. such as
Stamped Linen Tidies, 5c. each;
Stamped Linen Splashers, 15c. each;
Stamped Linen Tray Covers, 16c. alack.
Stamped Morale Tidies, 95c. eadb;
Stamped and Fringed Scarfs, 68c. each;
Stamped Silk Scarfs, 98c. each;
Best Wash Cottons, 19c. dozen;
fleet Wash Silks, 35e. dozen;
Balsam Fir Pillows, 50c. each.
We show a hundred other useful things, some of
them quite elaborate and expensive We qnote price*
above of a few things, we sell cheaper than any one
else.
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tW You cannot proeure equal goods elsewhere under
the price* we claim they are worth. For instance;
10 dozen Nainsook Sacques, trimmed with Valen
ciennes lace, $1-. worth $1.35.
5 dozen two-ruffle Embroidered Skirts, $1.35; worth
?1.98.
5 dozen handsomely trimmed Coriet Covers, V-*hape
fronts, 79c.; worth $1. 19. ,
5 dozen beautifully flounced and embroidered Draw
ers, 98c.; worth 91.35.
3 dozen Children's French Gingham Dresses, with
gamps, 97c.; worth $1.50.
4 dozen Children's Nainsook Dresses, "Gretchen"
style, 85e.; worth $1.35.
tW~ We trust you will take early advantage of above
extraordinary prices for the finest underwear. The
opportunity will not soon occur again for us to offer
?uuh bargains. The goods most be teen to be appre
ciated.
THE GREAT SPECIAL SALE
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Is attracting general attention. Particulars la the
morning papers.
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(A LISNEB, Sole Proprietor and Manager,)
1117-1119 PENNSYLVANIA AVE.,
JelO AND 401,403,405 AND 40712TH ST. N.W.
Not C
HEAP.
HIGH PRICED?BtTT GOOD.
WE OFFER "F. k H.'S" BLACK OR BLUE
CHEVIOTS?THE FINEST FOREIGN CHEV
IOTS MADE. COAT CUT IN SACK STYLE,
LIKED WITH SATIN DB (MINE, COBD
SEAMS, STITCHED EDGES; VEST WITH
COLLAR, CORRECT SHAPE, BACK OF VEST
OF SATIN DE CHINE; TROUSERS THAT ARE
FAULTLESS. THE MAKE OF THESE SUITS
13 SUPERIOR TO THE PRODUCTION OF
THE BEST TAILORtfN WASHINGTON; YET
THEY COST BUT $25.
LUDINGTON'B WE8T OF ENGLAND SUIT
INGS. COLORS: NEUTRAL, GRAY, FAWN
AND OTHER QUIET SHADES. COATS OUT
IN SACK OR FBOCK STYLE THE BEST
MADE CLOTHING THAT CAN BE PRO
DUCED-NONE BETTER?IF AS GOOD-AT
$45 TO ORDER. OUR PBICE, IN STOCK,
$25.
EXTREME STYLES?STRIPED SCOTCH
CHEVIOT IN GRAY, BROWN AND DRAB
COMBINATION STRIPES?THE VERY LAT
EST THING IN SUIT8 FOR MORNING
WEAR-RICH IN EFFECT, NOT LOUD; YET
SUFFICIENTLY PRONOUNCED IN DESIGN
TO BE CALLED ULTRA-FASHIONABL&
THEY COME BOTH IN SACK AND CUTA
WAY FROCK STYLES, SOFT ROLL, AND TO
BUTTON HIGH OB LOW. VESTS CUT TO
MATCH. SACKS ABE HALF SKELETON
BACK, WITH TAPED SEAMS. THE FIT OF
THESE GARMENTS-MADE AS THEY ARE
FROM THE CLINGING CHEVIOTS?18 SIM
PLY PERFECT. TROUSERS CUT IN THE
LATE8T AND MOST APPROVED STYLE.
8UITS SUPERBLY TBIMMED. CANNOT BS
DUPLICATED BY A MERCHANT TAILOR
FOR LE88 THAN $40. OUR PUCE, BEADY
TO PUT ON AND WEAR, $20.
SAKS AND COMPANY.
ARTISTIC CLOTHIERS,
SEVENTH STREET AND MARKET SPACE
fel8
Mount holly sprixgS.
The tmdenigned take* pleasure in#. . A
^Bouncing t? his friend* ard the onhlicfffmt
that ho will open the "HOLLY tw*' Ili-MT
ifl*, $45 to $60 a laontb, accorain
rooms.
H. D. Baku
IMPORTS* AMD TAUUm,
m ?fc* fa
mti |un srnTMu
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Friday, J uxe 17 in. I^Iemnant Day
AT
WOODWARD & LOTHROP'S NEW STORE.
Our "Remnant" sal* to-morrow wfll be more at
tractive than any previous one this w won. Numerous
linos have become broken ill sizes. Lots that were
lanrc are now very small. Piece Roods have been cnt
until an unusually large number of "short lengths"
have accumulated. All each Will go to-morrew at
greatly reduced prices.
"ODD SIZES" IN CHILDREN'S WHITE SUITS.
The large sales the past week have broken the line of
lire* in throe or four of our bast selling liuos. Wo
?ffer tfee remaine Friday at ilie following greatly r*
iuced prices:
CHILDREN'S WHITE INDIA LINEN SUITS.
Size 8 years was *5.25, Friday, ?4.
"10 " " 7.00 " 5.
?? 0 ? ? i 1.00 k.
" 10 " " 1*.00 " 10.
M 4 - ? 11.00 44 8.
** 8 ?* " 13 00 u 10.
M 8 " " 15.00 " 11.
- 1Q ?? ?? laoo " 12.
" ft " " 12.50 " 9.
" 6 " " 13.50 " 10.
'ODD SIZES" IN MISSES' WHITE SUITS.
Having only a few sloes left of these lines, we pro
pose to close them out Friday, at greatly reduced
prices.
MISSES' WHITE INDIA LINEN SUITS.
Size 12 years, was *9.50, Friday, $7.00.
Size 14 years, was *10.00, Friday, *7.50.
Size 12 years, was *11.00, Friday, *8.00.
Size 12 > cars, was
Sizft 16 years, was
Size 14 years, was
w *10.00, Friday, *7.50.
is *12.00, FNpfty, 99.50.
s *10.00, Friday, *12.50.
These represent the finest and beat selling styles
are havfi, aiH at tTie "Remnant" prices are bargains ex
traordinary. (Third floor.)
'ODD 8IZES" IN KERSEY JACKETS.
The line having become broken in sizes, We Will
dose it out Friday at a lower price, viz:
Four Ladies'Light Kersey English Walking Jackets,
Mtin-lined, tailor-made, beautiful shape, and perfect
fitting. Sizes 32, 36 and 38.
Regular Price *10
"Remnant" Price... " ' ?7
"ODD SIZES" IN V&AFS.
??1 XhTf* W"IP" (*'1 we have of these
'tyles) to be sold Friday. The price is the inducement.
.? a o5 B,ack b'lk Wraps, handsomely Jetted,
sige3 .H ana ?>0.
Kegulaf- Price <#17 00
'?Remnant" Pries 1*> 50
?m^siae'sw^ Silk Wrapj jet and lace trim
alar Price. *?o
innant" Price ^l.'.V."'.V.'.\V^'.'/."V.'.|l5
?ln bu*LC*nto1* ou#'lt *? tiud a customer with a
"ODD SIZES" IN COR8ETS>0r )
r _;*! *'ie stock fresh and clean br closing out the
fey WOT'' st trreatly reduced Prices.
.1 White Cnntil Corsets, sizes IS, 19 and 22 in.
*m
Short Length German Woven Corsets, sizes 19 and
Regular Price ?1 25
"Remnant" Price.. *.".'.*.".'.'.".".".".*."..100
(Second floor: through arcii.)"
"ODD SIZE8" IN MUSLIN UNDERWEAR.
As the styles are constantly changing, we duplicate
a very few, preferring to close out the ends ot these
lipes and till their places with the later styles. We
lower tile prit>e as an inducement,
3 Ijulies' Muslin Snuare-neck Corset Covers, trim
med around the neck with Hamburg edging. Sizes
38, 40 and 42.
Itegnlar Price 50c
" ItMnuant" Price 37 J$c
0 Ladies' Ext.-ii-fl-ie Muslin Corset Covers, suuare
front, nigh back, yoke of Hamburg insertion, neck and
sleeves trimmed with Hamburg. Sizes 30, 38 and 40.
lletnilar Price 94c
"Remnant" Price ,75c.
2 Pairs Ladle*' fine Cambric Dmwers. trimmed Witli
torchon lace, two clusters of five flue tucks. Size 27
ami 29 inches.
Regular Price . 873<c.
"Remnant" Price .62 Vc.
- Ladies' Fine Muslin Chemise, rufile of line em
broidery around neck and sleeves. Sire 40.
Regular Price ?] 05
"Remnant" price 1!..."..." !*L00
we have a few other liuo-i which lack of space pre
vent mentioning. Will be 011 sale with the above.
(Second floor; through arch.)
SLIGHTLY IMPERFECT JERSEYS.
k We have culled from stock about eia-ht Ladies' Black
AU-Wool Stockinette Jerseys, which are subject to
"remnant" price of *1.25 each.
(Third floor.)
"ODDS AND ENDS" IN MEN'S WEAR.
There are various reasons why some goods should be
sold at a reduced price. If we have only a few sizes of
a style left, it pays to sell them at once, at a reduced
price.
11 Men's Fancy Night Shirts. These are laundered
and have become slightly soiled; trimmed ou collar,
cuffs, pocket and front. Sizes 14)ti, 1514 and 17 inch.
Regular Price *1:25 and *1.50
"Remnant" Price 75
I Men's Gray All-Wool Flannel Shirt, collar, cull's
and jKx-ket. laced front; size 16X.
Regular Price *1.50
"Remnant" Price *1.20
3 Men's White Flannel Shirts, laced fronts, collar,
ctjffs and pocket attached, size 15X.
Regular Price $2.00
"Remnant" Price *1.50
9 All-Wool Flannel Bicycle Shirts, sizes
14,143< and 16,
Regular Price ?o 05
"Remnant" Price i...7. * *L75
WOODWARD k LOTHROP,
. I>18 Corner 11th and F sts. n.w.
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About the middle of April White Straw Hats for
Children?good ones we mean?were selling on crur
counters (and selling well) at 75 and 98 ceuts each.
You couldn't get anything neat and tasty to trim it
with for leas than 50 cents more. That would make
the hats stand you from *1.25 to *1.50 each, with the
labor of trimming extra. Our buyer got home from
New York this morning. While there he bought some
Of these very sarnu Children's Hats?made by the same
tnau. but not at the same price. We thought we could
handle a few of them at a price?at our own price?so
we made an offer, took all there were; they were
shipped last night, arrived this morning, aud have
been marked to sell AT 48 CENTS EACH. Don't all
?peak at once; but soberly reflect upon what and where
the economy is.
The same express brought us some White Rough and
Ready Sailor Hats for ladies to wear ou their vacations
or down the river, or for a morning street hat. They
are already trimmed with white mull, and we catt sell
them for T5 cents. More might be asked. Less could
not well be taken.
Perhaps you don't like the sailor style. We have the
Wlde-R!m. High-Crowned Straws, trimmed with lace
and mull; but there is more hat and more trimming
than in the sailors, and we can't afford to put them out
for the same money. We ask 98 cents, *1.25 and *1.49,
and don't hate a doubt but we can get these prices. To
you that have feasted ou these breezy, cool, neat hats,
the above figures look small. So they are.
Two days more in which to buy a hat or bonnet, the
materials to ornament it. and to have it TRIMMED
FREE, the ouly proviso being that the good* be bought
of us.
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810-318 8SYENTH ST. N. W.
Remnants Wamsutta Cotton 0*.
We have placed on sale to-day two cues 4-4 Warn
sutta. Pride of the West, and Fruit of the Loom Cotton
in short lengths, from 1 to 10 yard*, at 8jfc.
Two cases Lawns, beautiful styles, 5c.
One case Satteens, 12*c., reduced from 15c.
All of our French Satteens 25c.
2,000 yards Check Nainsook, 5c. and 7c.
India Linens, 10c., 12Xc? 15c., 26c.
44-inch All Wool Canvas Cloth, 37MC., reduced from
63*c.
One case Cream Crinkle, 5c.
Fmsols and 8un Umbrellas.
Ladies' and Gent's Ganze Underwear.
Carpets, Oil Cloths. Straw Mattinga
JOHNSON, GARNER * CO.,
Jel6 636 Penna. Ate., south side, near 7th.
Fourth of July.
NOTICE TO THE TRADS AND proprietors OF
SUMMER RESORTS. *
We are prepared to sell Fireworks, Flags and Japan
ese Lanterns at New York prtoea. Lamest aMdri
Ml to select torn. ?
CH. RUFPERT,
403, 405 Tth * .
WANTED?H KLP.
&i.|i^sa's'.:""" ?" "t,'u
Vv^AX\V^MEN* COOKS. #10 TO li v TT k~
V Umdr?^ Hotel w,?,te~ D.i"?
M0 2t* ^ BLUKAC. 017 7th st. n. w.
\\TAXTEp-\\iIlT?j WOMEN FOR Itr'An AKn
,y\ "y%uVrt^hleco':*? "n1n,nu>r?" ; !???
w?wNA^n^fT^T&F?;??%,VfoeJ Milker; rood
m-v-f. NATIONAL BUREAU, 517 7tn St. n.w. It
W^^Phn^ffirlFF^ABkK/V,1JX K GIHL I Pp
Good waiteim. txitn
WANTED- Goob JIOTTL C\UTTVTT'J AT
^^jsfasasnaf^
WEXPEIUESCEb advertising
?TJ ? *al*rS or commission. Box OS, star Of.
s;? If
W?ia!vork inW\ RE!'J \BLR MA* Von Orr".
fetiroafcc city; >sood ?*>? x4dr^a%9?
Wk??^%SiA RELIABLE MAN (WHITE* FOR
rele-MiTiL A miE0i' ?n: ??urns to right man:
n!w. Appl> inOay, 10 to 12i. tu., 5lit 7th st.
WS?1-^11 u?*?barbei|at
W 'V*Si T.^^f ? CaBPENTERS; MtlST B?
to Jua-N HENDtKS1V.N:
W 1rem^~h,>n?^Ir^P^ COLORET)WOMANrFOR
wnntp^ w7tl.^i^??5. ?in ,lanul>" of tour. None
IMand avfcf highest references. 1400 Rhode
W^T?UJA YODNO MAN TO LEARNT THE
IS Steffi"1?*81 refer0UCM ??l?irea- Addr.^Bol
Wi^??r??.E8?:Stable woman; as nurse.
nil.ffi&fegg ? 5^thU "Ve,lin^ ut Ual }??
WA^I?D-L,WHrTE AND COLORED WOMEN"
uViif Housemaids. Men Cooks. White Farm
Hand and wife. Dairymen, te ? Cooks Se? V rt , '
wSmt"nce- F- ?BURNHAM- 03b Mdaal F n%:
WANTED?AN experienced" VOCXtTSALES
lady in a worsted aud fancy store \l?o a r'e
6U8CStt!^w! y0lmg girl aS "Wwntice. (Apply at
\V??, OK THREE EXPERIENCED
W W iUSrp'r^oo^'i1!otll(,r uoe?l aI'l ly
w. w. BUHDETTE fc CO.. 92H 7th st.ii.w. ?el5-:?t
WANTED-A WHITE BARBER; NONE BUT
Brat-class need apply; pay $10 per week; at 'J'JS
f ?V n e- Jcl4-:it?
W,t^Pr<;AKrBU1LPERS ?an have imme:
?Vpi IV aEdt&3,\y,?JHP^W"L,Wt bv applying to the
HAULVK Si HOLlINGSWORl'H CO., Wilmington,
Del- jl4-2w
WANTED?WHITE AND COLORED WOMEN
cooks for city and away; white and colored nurses
Jvvr$pDC??? V'^.i ,Editions for all kinds of help.
COOMBS&BURGESS, 920 F at. n.w. JeU-tit'
\V^Ted-a good FAMILY COOK; ALSO]
nor irouin": brine refer
ent. e. Apply at l.{^l N st., corner \ ermont ave. j 14 .'It*
WANTED-A GOOD, RELIABLE WHITE NUR8E~j
, i ,r,:ifreUce3 reylured. Apply at 813 l"ith st. n.w.
Jel4-Jt
V\f ANTED - DUNDORE'S EAIPLOYMkI^T OlT
7 re.al1' cfindncted by ladies. Men and women.white
and colored.for all kinds of domestic labor, f< r. itv and
springs,with reference. 717 M st n.w. jel4l(U*
WANTED?A RELIABLE WHITE WOMAN FOR
KW.eral housework in a family of three. Call be
tween ? at: 111 a.m. or a and 7 p.m., ut dUO G st. f.e ?
(food reference required. jel4-3t
WANTED ?^A thoroughly EXPERIENCED
TT ?alesir.an for men's furnisliititre. Must beaenpa
ule..w?do,k""drcssor- liberal salary. Addrt-es E. G.,
Star office. Jel4-3t*
AVANTED-TEN (10) WAGON DRIVERS AND
TT twenty (JM>) cHrt driven: must know how to catch
!Jl brick; steady work for eleven mouths in tlie
hix dollars ami
four and 8U-100 (^4 80) dollars a week. Apply ut once
14th and Ik>jindarvats. n. e.
Jel4-lw THE WASHINGTON BRTCK1LACHINE CO.
YVAj^TED-FAKM HAND: MI ST BE A GOOD
T f milker and mower, and used to tiie care of horse*.
Jen Ot * ^^urol^ce? svating- wa^es required.
\\ANTED-A WOMAN OF~SENSE AND ENERGY.
'T*??,''; outside pnncipal cities. f..r our business
in her locality; salary about $50 monthly; reference?
exchanged. E. J. JOHNSON, Supt., 14 Barclay st.,
_*? my*J0-th. ir-4w
\V ANTED-LEARNER8 FOR PROF. christner'S
T T ney International Tailor System 'witii any inch
rnlfor tape-measurq alone, as all scientific tailors and
eiiu??cu l"ans. Berlin aud Loudon dressmakers cat.
Patterns cut, materials fitted, basted, draped ur inada.
The syatcin taught by Mine. S. J. MESSER. "C011
servatory of Modea," 1 :>%!2 F st.n.w., WashinL'tou,
n-u JeG-6w*
WANTED?SrrtTATIO NS.
\V ANTED-A YOUNG-MAN" WANTS"POSITION
tt in Private family as butler or second man. Ad
dress Box lj>9, Star OfTice. lt?
\\^yEh,7DfA MIDDLE AGED AMERICAN
*,l ?nn?a '""ation as light porter aud drive horse.
Address Cj. B.t Star office. jel6-tft*
\VWEb-IF YOU WANT A C<K)K, MAID,
i . *\",t*reSt'-?ura?. foundress, Coachipen. Butler,
v.uet, Waiters, rarm. Dairy, or Laborer with refer
ences, call at once. NATIONAL BUREAU, 517 7th
??! jel6-2t'
\VANTED-BY A COLORED WOMAN, aTPLACE
T t u* chiiiiiDermaki, waitress or nuise. to leave the
?l i6-1^9.. references. Apply until noon on the -JOtli
at 181B M St. n.w. jelfi-Bt*
TIT ANTED?BY A COLORED WOMANTa PLACE
TT to cook, wait, wash or housework; gnxl refer
ences. Apply until noon on the ^Oth at 1819 M st.
? w- Jcl0-3t*
YVANTED ? BY A RESPECTABLE. SETTLED
TT woman, a situation as nurse. Can take entire
. *!1 nfaht. Can come well recommended. Call
at 11 o3 R. I. ave. jt?
AVA?SE^r POSITIONS FOR COOKS, THREE
' " ,WMte Chambermaids, Nuraea. two Experienced
Invalid Nurses, an intelligent yountf man for store or
Drivers, ic.; cities. I. St. BURNHAM. 630 and
r?2 jel5-3t*
WIJr~ at headquartkrs? positions
7 ??r Cooks, Chambermaids, Waitress, Laundre-s.
and Niirses, Seamstress, Men Waiters. Cook*. Coach
men, Butlers, and Valets. COOMBS t BURGESS
Jel4-0t*
WANTED?BY TWO RELIABLE YOUNG WHITE
TT woliieu, Piacea, one as cook, the other as waitress
and nousemaid,or would take care of chlldreti willintr
t<> travel; best city reference. Address A. b? Star
Jel4-3t?
WANTED?BY A FRENCH WOMAN COOK. A
situation in private family; no objection (roiutr
V?,Sf?,uo,t'T:10 years,of first-class references. Address
12d3 G st. n.w. jel4-3t'
WANTED?BY A YOUNG MAN Wh6~WILL" paY
*i>0 cash to any one getting him a permanent po
sition : cau mve best of references; am sober and iu
dustrioua. Address F. T? 318 Xid st. s.e. jel4-3t*
WANTED?ROOMa
\Kf ANTED?ONE LARGE OR T WO SMALL UNFUlt
T T nislied rooms with bo.ird.or convenient lor home
keeping1 for gentleman, wife and baly, in a private
family preferred. Address, stating terms, O S Star
Office.
AV ANTED?BY TWO YOUNG OENTLEMENOn E
TT large nicely furnished room, or two en suit", m
northwest part of uity with airre.able private familr
Address, stating price and particulars, C. A. >L. Stir
olHce.
WANTED-BY ADULTS JUlF~lsfr~IlTi:i ^
communicating nuiuruished Rooms, within sevtm
minutes' walk of the War Department; urice not to
: 2? housekeeping. Address PERMA
NEN r. Star office. jel5-J2t*
WANTED?ONE LARGE FRONT BOOM WITH
alcove or two connecting rooms, furnish *d <,r ?m
furmshvd, with summer boanl, between 14th N,21st
sts. and lv. ave. Address Q. T., Star office. Iel4-5t'
"wanted?Souses!
?iv'ASrEn-To take caiif. or Hotsi: ixikthe
TT summer months; will give be.-t of city refer
ences. Addrosi E. W? comer 9th and B sts. s.e. 824
Jel0"3t*
\\r ANTED?ON MONTlfLY PA^*M>iNTK OF #40
TT A House of six or more tooms. with modern im
provements, mod location, with stable, or room tor
one. Address HOME, Star office. Jel.Vlw*
WANTED?TO purchase DIRECT~ FROM
> T owner a small House, in good kn-ahty, all modern
iniprovemwits, from *3.000 to *4,000. Address, with
full particulars. Box 133, Star office. jel5-3t?
WANjfr)-DIRECT FROM OWNERS. HOUSES
plao^lWlth ub wdl li^Slya'dvertisetf at^'ou^ex
eflected.
1^18 F Adjoining- Sinn Iiuildii:^.
WAXTED-IN EXCHANGE for A VILLA SITE
TT Of iV.oOO feet ot ground in Chicaim. Ill a
House ntui lot in Washington. D. C.. or vicinity. \VJU
Siy cash value for difference in exchange. Address 035
assachusett.s ave. n.e. Jail-tit*
\Y A NT ED-HOU SES-I HAVE PURCHASERS for
T,T sovertl ho trees, ranging in price lrorn i?560 to
88,000. 1 invite ownere Fo place wth me any sn-h
}Hf?perty for sale. A. P. FAIiDON^326 F st. Jell 61
XSTANTED-BY SEPT. 1st., HOUSeTCONTAIN
? T iug 12 rooms, suitable for boarder*, in adesir
nbie locality. State terms. Address MRS. C. 8. W.. 265
L Main st. Norfolk,, Va. Jell-Ot*
WANTED?LOTS.
\ir A>TED-A BuIlDING LOT A BolTT 300x000i
TT mJKIiweSt of city, w.thiu two miles of Riirgsbank,
for rurtonito- who will unprov e at onco. HOLLAND &
THOMPSON, Be?l KsUte Broken, 1U13 F ut n. w.,
Adjoining Sun Building. Jel3-6t
\\TANTEli?LOTS FOR BUILDING PURPOSES!
T T west of 9th at; also on C?pitol Hill.
joll-Gt A. P. FARDON.132G Fst,
WANTED?LOTS?THE NATIO.NALCAP1TALIN
vstment Co., (Samuel H. Walker, president. tWO
Uruislana ave.. next door to City P.O.) Eiigible Prop
erties, Jaiye or small, iu any section, promptly pur
chaseJ it found to be a bargain. niyl2-3m
WANTED-BOARD.
W ANTED-A RESPECTABLE YOUNG MAN
wants home comforta in a private family, break
fast at <5; no boarding house. Address W. H., stai
office. . It*
fOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS
15or ?kkt~work?hop and office vol
. builder, carpenter, painter, or other business
tdrmetty occupied by Mr. F. W. Pttliaw; rear ot UHS ?
at., between 9th and 10th sta. n.w., and near aide walk
Inquire at 020 Louisiana ave. JelQ-jm
TDOR RfiNT?STABLE?IN REAR OF 1812 N ST.
V new an d very Aesifable: five stall* and carriage
IVHim. Apply to A. T. BRICE. 714 15th at. myl6-Hfi
VA01tMNf3*LEARN TYPE WRiflNo."
JL Machines rented a* |5 per month aud sold n
'as&r'asafeiuin office. " 033 F st. a.*.
iszarms!k*nffliin& jsu^sstsr
ASTPD-FOR A REALLY "GOOD-FITTING,
fashionably-cut suit of Clothe*," nude tt> order.
W ANTED-MISCELLA KEOU S
W ANTED-ROGERS' UMBRF* t % FACTORY. Bl??
, Ii. jfi'.H-ww Store. 14tn at., IwrH. for
merly 4(Hi 11th st. Jelft.lf
W Aw IED W Arty\~S TO MAT"LSA NfCkf f.fcos *
MUI.01: Ro< :. ('rev?:. r.< jfl'-st. in m |
\Vam lo-T" BorrQvv rou tmukk i>>i fi\T;
?* year* AC.OiiOor *3.300: will pay 7 ornt: best
real estate ?ei*unty. interest |w;?H seini-anu'.nKv
uo. Addraae REAL UJTATE. Sur o?ce.'
\vAXTi?-ron rwo~vKAns?oooTrfHtf ^Taks
*.* ?w?ri'y; m?re*tS i-erc ul. A,-u:o?* INTER
EST, Star oi&v. Jelfl-ilf
AY ANTED?"VIVI AN A." THE ORE AT BEAUTfFV -
?? lisg ta<*o tint; natural, harmless. durable no
liquid,no powder Send *:7c. to V. P. SCHMIDT. ?4W
?"?aratoira st., Baltimore, Md, aud you *;1' receive a
box at once, Jel^-liu'
W^STET'- V TfiACT OT L4*Ji> COM \I MWi
S .t T*; ??'"nek clay, adjacent to water a: d lailro ?d
OLLAND i THOMPSON, 131U I, adjourns miu
_ '?<liUK. ^ Jel5-?:
YVANTED-MUSIC FOB A SEASIlrtt RFSORT
?? harm!-1 or pianist, violinist ami corutiplacer. Ad
dress p. 0 H l'Jd, Kalikb.irv, Md. J*l.?-3t
WASTED-* STORE IS .4 1 LOCATION NOP.ilf
, *"*t lt,r groceries. Ainrsaa J., Star oUW.
JCJ 4-itt
W ANTKDTjlV AN EXPF.RjtNCEDHAND. DREssI
, " moving; thoiv.iirldy tiud> . >tands draping .md fit
ti:-- J?T4-3t*
\\TANTED-?500 fur ONE VEAR UN FIRST
i7J.collateral. I.iqulic of GEC. V. LlNKtNs
li'ln and list. Jel4-:?f
\V ANTRD-SUP-i dVERS FOR FURNITURE TO
cut atid msie ty order; jyrfect 5t and finished
T 'rx.5Ua21,t'^P* ' 'rd.->r? by mall promptly otti-nd^
to. MRS. M. L. liKOt'N. CO*.' D st M. w. J*14eo .If
>v .
'Yoat rtrtevl on" betV>r<t finishing, "at a very moderat
rri'-e." go to ROBERT DALKIN,~?4 H st. n.w>*-Kf
WANTED - HOUSEKEEPERS TO TRY READY
**, Cleaner. It makes every ttiimr as bright a* n?w.
GEO. E. SNELLING, General Ageut, Stand l'JT Center
Market. Je4-12t*
WANTED?I HAVE FOR PUULlcT'sfc, TWO
?? Herdic Cabs. Wsshitwt. n antl Ooorreu-wn. For
term*, apply to J AS. A. WESTBROOK, 1'JIT Jlnth ?t..
Washington. 11-*:?*
W ANTED-LADIES TO KKOW THAT SUPEKfi.l".
t ? otts ,irur is iiiHtMiitlr obliteraled, leaviuu no trae?.
HperiU tPfn.s for June. MltB. DR. GABRIEL.
jell-8t?_ i:jyi u ,t. u.w._
V1JANTED?SECOND-HAND FrRNlTCRE. CAR
? ,,1 ?ts' Fe.-ither Beds, and all kinds of Honse
Iiola FtiPtiiinrt-, for wliich the hlrhestcaaK price will
be paid. Addrpea H. BAU M. 8UHB81 ; that.?.w. Jel 1
WAMED-H1GHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
j? eecond-hand Clothinir. Watches, Guns, l*ietol?,
StoT?(?, Carpet*. Feather lieds. all kiuda of Houvehold
Furniture. Aduresa n-sx i:i5. Star Office. > S-lni#
BORED. I.F.IVES ASD
Acldresj W. II. MOF
_ _ Jel-lm#
\\T ANTED MORSES TO PA <1rlMtP.-k EEfi^G
lior?> s n aiio<-iulty : ljox stalls for crairi teeuinr
when rrtMtr< I; lioraea <-a!WI for. Order bo* at Pri'-e'i
ptaliit-s, ;jl 1 tit;! st. n.w.: f^rm on 7th at. roxd. S miles
from city. o. H. p. fLARK,_Sli?rp, MJ. i>iv?:t-1n 4
\1TASTED?V.VERYBODY TO KNOW THAT WE,
utanufsct ???<* allotir own ?rooK and ?ell them at
tlie lowest Ciisli prw): on c tsy terms, without serur- ?
ity. to Phrties with rood rt terenees. SI RAHUl'POl'.R I
& SON, MaJiUii. tiiiliijr Clothiers and Tailors, 111*2 F
at. h.w. my<l-ltu
WASTED-POCSTY i.aNd wam-.anis?wmTjT
,/T, Ji'U> .-TON, Atton-ey-ai-L;w. Room 41.1.eDroit
BniUtimr, wiil pay e?:-h Kt Miliary liomity Iat:(1 or
nmta iaauea for a^rvk'0% m any warpri r t<,tL?> lleV 'l
Il0'U !:ihlS-3,H?_
WASTED--KTE W CAl.T ET CLEANING WORkTT
? f r. jov I'd, inailret<4t ? niude over, car
i'ets railed ior and <U-l:vered,, lowest priees. Oihce
?*V~ 1 ?? fve.; F.w*tor>-^ :">Ui ?t. and K a. e. felephone
call010-2. 1.1', iol Ntfti. lu) 1 (i-.'iji
W AN TED-IT KNOWN THAT C. S. BL'Xl>\. OF
?T 4o6 I^inisiana avenue (opposite City H.'IK is
Commissioner of Deeds fcr all the States an.l Terr
tories (except Haryletid). i?yll-?ni
WANTED?R. WASHTNffioVS
* ? MAGIC CREAM oii INSTANTANEOUS CURE.
Any breaking out on face or body cured. Moth, pltn
r cs, wrinkles, bl^ k-hexda. vulu-ar redness, ecEeina aud
all iaciiil diufiturenientu removed, aud a clear com
plexion insured to all who use it. Perfectly Laxmlem.
.testimonial* on application.
8?. Id by all druonsts. olio, and $1 per box.
f*ent to any address. ai C.VOri*
VyASTED-WEELS DUG. il<
?*.?L repairs!; torm* moderate.
FAT. :Vi3 8t!i st. n. e.
w
? ANTED?BUSINESS MEN TO LEAVE 1HE1R
? orders with ua for neat Job and book priutiu^. W e
make a ai>ecialty of quick work
T AYLOK i: BART, Pnntsra and Enarraviirt.
_ mil 1 005 7th st. n. w.
\\rASTED?AT GES. E. ~f7_BEALE,H STOCK
? ? iaiiii, horses to winter at 48 perm.: box stalls; pa?
tnrape $:;.50 pur ui.; horses called for and returued E.
IS. LAI FER'l Kr.y scales, lutb and La. av. ,1al4-(im
Vy ANTED?MOTH AND OTHRR IX3ECT3 E*I
' * terminated lroin carpets, lurnitiu-e. tui-s, &c.. by
tbe only procesB which cati kill them. Hot NapthaOas.
A. H. CHACE & BltO., 016 Iv?. are. ap^9
AV Af TED - STEAM CARPET CLEANING. NO
?. ot,r process. Telephouo Ilii-6. A.
H. tHACt Si BR0..010 La. ave- np'24
W ANTED ?COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOB
IT every State and Territory. Notary and U. S.
Commissioner. JOHN E. BEALL. lU','! F st. n.w.
lu uffice from 9 a.m. to p.ui. iciephoiit? 15
COUNTRY BOARD.
SUMMER BOARDERS TAKEN AT philomost, I
k one of the most beautiful sections of Yiririuia- loca- I
tiovhiirii and health/; plenty of shade, ftuiti. ve?re
^ii>Ies. milk and ice: dancing pavilion, lawn tennis, etc. i
For particulars apply to D. J. TAVEXNER. Phfiomont 1
P._0. Ixmdoun Co., Vs. JelO-eo.'Jw I
A LIMITED NUMBER OF-BOARDERS CAS BE
accommodated at MechanicsvUle, Va., IX hours'
drive to depot; conveyance tree from depot. Post i
omc>-at the place. Fruit, milk, aud creamery butter.
Ad li-ess E. KIDWELL, Mochanioviile, Loudoun
County, \ a. Iel6-th,a,tu5t? f
House beautifully situated sear pes- I
M^r; fiu^ vifiw ol moTiutains; lawn; yiazz**
abundance of jneaclies, LTar?>s, nnd other fmits; pure
U\ 10 "V Ui" 8m"lisburjrh, ;w. M. R. R., Md. ,
Board-at mrsT xxTltrerger-s; four miles
out 011 -Met. B. of 11. St O. R.R. Station oh place;
? no children taken. Address Mrs. J. i
B. WlLTBERGEh, Terra Cotta P.O., D.C. jel0-:it' !
1IM1TED NUMBER OF PLEASAST PEltSOSS
J can obtain Country Board with private family I U
miles from Washington: pretty placo: highest jfronna ;
in vicinity; cool, shady, excellent ta'ole, lari?e rooms. !
fruits, &c.: only people of refinement accepted; stable ,
room free if de-:ired to keep private team; references, i
1 erma reasonable. Address Box 65. Star ofiioe.
JelO-'Jt*
Board atTi'If.asast country residence^ !
mile from station: p>>od shade, truit, and table
near mountaius. Address H. li. OAINESVII.I.f'
Prince William County. Virginia. Jel0-3t* i
SPLENDID BOARD AT TAKOMA PARK. D. C.. '
five miles from Washington, on the B. and O. road
suitable for Government clerks; pure air; splendid
spring; terms moderate. Address GUI JIOSE8, I
lakoma,D. C. JeS-lUt* 1
SUMMER BOARD IN A FINE ASD HEALTHY I
location: high and shady grounds; lanre rooms; !
abundance of vegetables, ice and milk; railrdad. t<-le- i
graph, telephone communications, and four mails t>er i
day. Address J. A. GIBBS, Berryville, Vji. Jel4-lw* !
SUMMER BOARDERS WANTED AT ELM SPRING
lunii; niamiificent mountain scenery: abundance ?
??! shade, truit, iS:c.j ten rninuu-s' walk trom d pot; !
l^-'-lass boa ixi; v.? per week. Addi-e-w Mrs. T. D. !
MILION, Clark's Gap. Loudoun County, Va. Jel4-lra* j
PERSONS WISHING BOABD DURING THE
summer months can be accommodated with excel
lent board and pleasant rooms, convenient to the !
depot, lerms reasonable. For particulars address
Postmaster at Gaitliersburg, Montgomery county, Md.
Je 14-6t*
s
f-J-LENBOURNE. SITUATED IS A HEA LfllY L(V
' * cation; cool rooms factus? Blue Ridge Mountains,
lv. miles distant; large veranda; good shade; dancing i
pavilion; free boatimr; nice country drive*; livery at ;
house; tree transportation to and from station; grand
spnmr water, ice, milk, butter, fr-sh vegetables, aud I
f-j >riug chickens in abundance. Address J. A. nAMP- i
Ton, Paxscft. Loudotin Co., Vs. jelO-*?w
PRIVATE FAMILV HAVE ACC(?MMODATIOS ?
lor limited number of guests; hofne comforts good 1
table; house stands at hiifh elevation on Potomac hne
shade, good water; fmft, ti*l i>ig, batl iw and stabling
rejerencrs exchanged: pliotc.gn.ph at HEMPLEl.'S, i
4.?:J Pa. ave.; daily couiuiunication with Washinpton.
l. T. TODD, Ounston, Va. jel4-tu.th.s0t*
I^IRST-CLASS B0APb,~"AT '0RlARU?? BALL
lour niiles Iron Barnesville Sta'.io::, Montwomery
County, ?dd. Gromids large and shti<lj-. Address
Principal Bncrtey Hall. Poole^ville. Md. JeS,l(i,14.10*
PRING BANK FARM, 2 MILES FROM ALEXAS
dr.a, oSfors first-class accommodations; good table, i
lruit, ice, mdk i^ profusion. Jcc. Tcrmn. $.%'ucr week
Trains uiet daily. Address SPRING BANK. Alexan- '
dria, Va. . je6-*i>? ?
I^IRsT-Cl.ASS COUSTItV BOARb. FISE SHADR 1
milk aistl Iruit; s:x nsiles from Silver Spring. No I
objection to t h'.ldran. Terms moderate. Address 3Uu
J. rA\S < i-.'l < , Colesvilie, Montgomery County, Md.
Je4-'iw*
SUMMER boarding.?MYRTLE HALL, BAIU
IO ;?'rs 1-errj, W. Va.; greatly improved l?v lurire
rustie porciwt, newly laiu out walLs, ;-nd improved
shade; plenty oi lresli miik, iresh \(gct?jlfs and
poultry, and all the fruits of th? -j^aaon. Special
attention given the feeble and children. House oi?n
?'une to September JO. Board S3 to (0 {?er week.
Special rates to families.
Je:*-:im J g, BURRELL. PropHetor.
'<>/-10MF0RT RETREAT," (SEAR HARPER'S
VV Ferry.) True to name, and all advantages neces
sary to promoteeotnfort. first-classpatronag-e solicited.
A pleasure to please. Full particular* on application
jel-3m W. M. Cl^AItK, Keei1 Co., Md.
Summer boabd in Virginia?the uhdeiT
signed will receive a limited number of boarders
ior the summer at her residence in the Green Sprimra
nt ighlxn-hood, Louisa Co.,Va. The situation is healthy,
the Ikiuso large and eomfortaWe, the if rounds
spacious and beautiful, with an abundance of shaoe
also an abundance of ice. milk, batter, &c. Fur
terms. &c., apply to
niy30-ow* MRS. M. (.'? MORRIS, Trevillans.
JIRST-CLASS BOARD, EXCELLENT SPRING
water, fruit, milk, and shade. 1H miles from Har
per's Ferry, uearest town l.j minutes v.alk. Addreaa,
W. S. Elgin. Keep Tryst P. O., W ashimrton County, Md
F
my3-ymo
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST-ON MOVDtY. JUXE 13. OHK YELL- W
sinking- canafy. Liberal reward If returned to 400
1st. H.W. lt?
LOST?GOING FROM IStTH ST. DOWN H T0 9TH
st., two Photcgraphic heads, life si*, on wooden
roller; male and female head. Witt Bnder ploaaa Uava
tbem at 810 l'^th at. n.w. It*
LOS 1?ON NIGHT O^FTUNE 15 ONE GOLD AME
thy8t-settin?r sleeve button; the tinder will be lib
erally rewarded by calling at 703 K st. n.w. jel6-2t*
f OST-OM ? ST. BETWEEN 17TH AxSlnfA
XJ^arnet bracelet; the finder will be rewarded by re
turning ft to *2000 G st. n.w. It*
f OST OR STOLEN -ONWEDSESDAf EfENiSG
MM leather pocketbook. conuiidns ? sum *f money
Uons aske4, ? . . JHf-yt*
T OST-A YOUNG, TWO-TBIllM GROWN' NEW
lath st. a.w. . ? JelO-^t*
STRAYED AWAY FROM LA mono STATION,
IO Tudaday morning, about 11 o'clock, a luht bay
horse. A auitable reward will bT.rea foritsmurn
to \V. D. HARLAN, Lamond Statioa. Jeli?-3t
Ten dollars rkwari) for
conviction of thiM who itoia anchor and cable
Ironi scow above Aqueduct Bridjre. HENRY LYLES,
UTBAV
JSguefc]
Laverick setter dbg (Whit
answers to name of Vernon. H
Cat i. Meg. HOLUMQSWQRTH. ax^4 Qat. MM-S
'?fox TERRIER. BLACK
mx. J. Fjjkok, is^ ric Br V?
FOR MINT?ROOMS.
For rf.xt his 14th st ., naxdsomf.ey ffu
p;.h^l . iWik'hiiuilv located. ..opo-'e
t rtnkl.d IVik; w.th or *lU. 'it boar '. at r?i
CM* s. .t I44t*
f>)K RENT- R;>>Ms i. :XIn ,r;? or si ? U
F ti.shtxL s>tk J o: ? i ti r , i
iootk, lar windan . tlrOUinit;i.' (vc:n n d kit : v . -i "it
low. !? 11 (? St. n.w.
fxm rent-i ro n i vxr ?<\? * ;y;.i.i:. i<?.
trct'ixr or separately. oso ot , ? . i . .??? ?!
lour. Rent numerate *o reliable pa.-.:- * at
FitB.fr. H-'liil*
FOR REXT-X1CE1 Y-l I '.iN l!i> . MV.l x.
ratlntr Root'is on second flo ?r. ti: >i,-rn ni:; ? . *i!l
font suurly or en suite; convenient t. a.-.,:. . ...
liuanl if denrot. 1- 3d It. n f. j.t.'i 1 ?*
h
_,V>R REXT-COR HTH KM> \T A -S \ .? N
_ Uv' nicely luruisned frv.ut K. >?. s-* .< id u..?
tbtrd ftxrr*, with Iwrrl. ?rn?!i?-i n-r|
l*>?ure. turee lines of cars. i.el< r. .. js<\ 1 .-. ,l
1- 1.VIW _____
I3i?H 1" s'T. > ' . n i xi- i :< \\;>
unfurnlshtdrtxii *; rriw l>ath. J U
DOR BEKT?OOXXtCTIXU u- ? M < . t"h \ l..
r vecond floor, Slo?.alwly furiti?hed. l .l( i
slee nice Parlor* at hull p: '. ? 4."<ii e it n.w.
Jel4 6t*
1X?R KENT ? XitT.I.I -Fl KN'V.' ?? ? -V ?
Front, third floor. ImuV. six?> lid an.1 li- ?>
with hath; 10-0 (tlh It 11.W. >-14 .If
IX)R RKXT?AT 1115.' H ?T. X. W . oNK \], I
furnished front room. s'utaMe for on. . : iw v
tlemen. witli batlMr-u ami attendance, at au:iuucr rates.
Jel4 iw _ _____
IX'K RKXT-inn F ST.. REt" II III tV'~7
, ?tau handsome -.?0-foot r.s.>u? well film tin i ?
bie for doctor or ilrutiit, vr a cou|4e. price * :u p,
month in advance t i ;i*
IXJR RENT FFENisHED. IV. VI ill'l ! m MMI :
Room*; l>ay windows iu o\>ry rco-n . < i ?? i
new. south and east front. Rcfcrem. ? ? rvqmr- I. llitl
K st n. w > -in '
Forrent-th ree t*x~ff rxI sh f. d ko^ms ,?n
second floor, suitable for lurl.t hou*? *?> ith
front, with bath ami im.
Apply H ?t.B^w. my.H :;*?
F" Oft REXT?TO *A ttrtNTD PARTY. CBOICE
net-on J xtorj'rooiiiH, in oti?-<?1 tin- mulrotlua^-iu
town, with bouni if Ii?v '. >?..r, . criv*t'; ti nl'\ 1 Mil
k 1 t . .. n square. > . 2w '
For rext-part of nice i;??fse. mow x
nuprovemt'iita. to adults.'.or lioii-tiUtvpiiuc.
er?*?'cin>)' ht'Usc. and will rri.t \( ry rea.< u*l<lv to?U -
sirnbl*'parties. HefcrL-ticM v\< hii'troil 1 < 11 -t n.w.
J4l3-4t'
1X)R RlfXT 1:}TU -Tl;l : i X w A m I : I
of uitolj fuini*li< t r K'in? >it<l floor w.li I*
nvteu oiuyl) if detin.il. V? i j ii.KU-at.lt> KM-aiioti near
l?w? Gitvk. TraDtucRt and iabio boarder* ao.tniniio
dated. in> -.*? ixt*
I^or.REXl-Fl RXIMIFP AXL> I Ml uxi^iift?
Room* Mtsc'e .-r ?rllo: '.ir.itr.rj , liii'.bi'i?r.
iK>iltli front; lH s<t oi 1 alilo Hoard roterv.n'< -oxr' ?ii:-t <L
11211 (?t. n. w. 1 i
170R REXT-FCrXTsJO F. axd FXFFKX.MlFl)
. Ri>UM8.
Laiv* liflit. u: ' ?!ry I'lio.n if>a?< nalilo. Trat.- M
hvlefntr. 3.V. 5?c? " V- . and $1
THE CLIXToX Hot ^L, ?_???, s-jj. s-M. >? ;.s , :>i
<t. n. w. Main entrance. N\!tt tti ?t.
Street cars pas* tin- door to all I'urtx ot 11 ??? rity.
OPKK ALL JilOHT. ;?? Ital
1>OR REX T?THREE C? ?MMI*XI \!1N?. I Mil;
iukIioU roonia 011 setroud urtuirvl floor. \<-rj i.-nr
i:b!e.i?rlcc reasonable to a-ot?l teliunt. Applj :t F ?{
New )MWf avc. ? e. ]elO 1? *
130K RENT?TWO l'Xl'Fl;XIHHEI* BOOMS, IX
now bay-?indow h<*ni?e. latve ak-ov# an<l <?! ? ts;
rent very low. 1104 Kth it. ai JelO-la*
I^OR RKXT FI'JH I ST. X \V.. OPP?V?lf E I1UXK
. lilt S.(Uaru cool pleasant Ruoius tor the rii'iiiuvr.
Rcfereiiot-s e?-hau*<->V *ni\'.T
IJVIR REX 1 Till: I.I VI Nt IS I < > X . lit 111 sr.. 1 i \v
<!oor> alxivc K ^t. uu.l Franklin Pari. X. ? ;??. i ut
tinrtivehouw. lluh an-l lieautltul lorat-on PlfiHint.
hai.dsoiurly-lumiahud roouin. Table ot ?tt|ionu.'qiril
lt>*. fransiont ami t:d!o l*>:?r?ler? aooomn . . J.
Moderateiwices. Telephone 011-3 iny4 -.'m*
RENT-ROOM*. H ANUstlM ELY H l;MM'Hi
. rooiua ou l?t mid 'Jd floors with board, at lsu. U
?t. n.w. my llln
FOR RENT ? ST() RES.
For Ri:XT?STORE AXI> CELLAR, 41* l'-I Mi
St,. 1 door from Pennsylvania are.: al?o ri*>in
am. l>. 1st floor Luildtrtc cottier Pa. :;ve and 1 ,'ths.
Apply to JAMES i". D.W'IS' SONS. F.'Ol 1'a. a*.-. . r.
l'.'lll ft. u.) 4 '.'tu
FOR R !?:N r --() FKI ( KS.
1J?OR REXT?TWO OFFlfT. ROOMI OS SFX>>X1?
flvor. back, $1.. A.so. iwo Furnished Rooms, si."?
each i*r mouth. Inquire at O'^J F st. n.w. 1 ;?
IfQK REXT?TWO XK'F.OFITFK ROOMS. |.? >W I I.
noor, ?:i"? F st. n.w., af.et Juiy 1.18^7. at o p 1
nioutli. by the year. t\UI yaper and jtailit aua ti.or
ouxhly renovate rooms.
JOHX E. BEAI T. * CO..
Je7-3tn i:/M Fst n.w.
COUNTRY BStATR
FOR SALE OP. EXCHAXOP. FOR SM M.I l'i.A K
in the eoutitry. farm of 1 t?ll< a.'t*s. 7-ro?on ?.. 1 j
three miles 1 roin railroad station: f?>r parti' ilaiH ad.
dress A. A. RuHKo'l'soN. SO h l)-t. h.w. )c10 3t*
1X>R RENT- A FIXE OOl Sl'Rl EotihB AKO
. si'lendid dairy larm of SU acrus, under < \ ? il.-r.t
ciiltlvatton, near Falls Ohur.-h. Va. Will ivut w Lii
st??oV :;nd tr.H^l-will of a lucrative milk tre-le, or nil!
sell stock, implement*, etc.. to party renting. Rent
very reasonablti. Apply to
IJ. if. WARX'F.R * CO.,
Jel6-6t Hit; F *t n.w.
OR REXT-FOR 1 HE STIIMKF.-A BEAUTI
fully situated dwelling in Laurel. Mil.. suiiaMe tor
a small tandly. furnished or unturnished Apply to
Dr. <JROXMILLER, laurel. IHL JelO-dt*
"I^OR REXT-OR WIIX8EI.L-AT BltAXCHVlLEE.
JT JMd.. B. and O. liatlr.tad. nine miles from city, two
st^ry Frame, eleven room*, dry cellar and outhouses,
tine view of country and excellent water. Inuulre at
804 10thSt.n.w. Jelti ;t*
I' "ivTlt SAI.K-XICE RESIDENCE IX LAFREF. MiT
chuftp. Twenty-fire mimites' ride from u>?hiiif
toil. Address LAl.'Rm Star office. jel.">-4t*
'OR KA! f-beauti?uL LOTO AT H Y A1TH
iriile iu Jouusou k Wines addition t> hyatts
ville. There lots are on the hijrh irround and \erj de
sirable. Look at them belore puri liasn^r elsewhere.
W F.SCOTT. W ILCOX k W1XE. 1H07 Pa ave.
Jel4-tfw
I."OR REXT?AT SAVAUE, BOWARD OJI XTV,
Md., A Cottaire of S rooms, fruit, uthble, eicellent
water; location very hcal.iiy. Inquire at G-il Mary
laudsve. s.w. >el4-3t*
l.M>R SALE?SIXTY CHOICE SELECTIORS OF
X small homes ot lrom one to ten ucres, iu:pix \ed
and unimproved, within from one-lu.il mile t.. three
miles ??f the city; very cheap, and 011 very easy terms.
Call or send for circular. T. H. SYPHERH k CO.,
1007 Fst. jell-.Tin
For sale-at Ivy city?dofrle h?k se of
14 robins, bam. and out houses. 7 minutes nde
lr^^n^city. g3,j00. Inquire on premise*^ ^ -j Su
t'oi, fUr-B?
JT 100 ari-ea. with imprornments.in Montiromery Co.,
Md , 0 niilea from city; price fl5.H00.
JiOO acres, v.ith iiujiroveuieuu, 111 .Montgomery Co.,
Md., 10 miles from city; pnc< $ 1.">,0UU.
225 acres, with Improvements, iu Prince George's
Co.j_.Md.,7 mile# from city; price if 80 |>er a?-re
4;>8 sores, with iuiprovements. in Pnnee Gwrnre's
Co , Md.; pnoe '4~t per acr?', or'.viil eaciiauL'.- for city
property. TYLER k RFTHilKF. )RL?, 122U"F st u. w.
1j*0R SALE?8FBFRBAX
On 14th t?t. roau. uetr Brirtitwool, sis acres of
K-ound, 11-room frame dwellinK, stable and tamaid
4 use.
At Lattrel. Md., Oothic Fi-ame Dwellintr. 11 roonn,
corner K>t about one acre of qroii'td. also, opposite cor
ner, one acre irround. at low fiir^irs.
On Hiwo?'0?/d lioiul, uear Soldiers' Home. qrjirt?r
acre ground, new two-story :.*id .ttic srair.e duelling,
nine rooms; new '.'arna-.-e noiue ai. l stable: %:i.od*l
mj-7-7w TYLER A: ikFTlii RFi-KD. l-.'-.'S I ?t u.w.
INARMS FOB VALE OX It'H'K; ILLE AXD BltOOk
jT rtlle roads, l! i:ules frotii '! ??unallytowu; ."ill :u r?'s,
SJOacres. 18."iacr<*.:ieiiiy ail 111 triads. DL'LAXY V
AMllTlXc., l:i-:o F st. 1: v. Je3-Vw
I.^OR KAJ.E SEVEN ACKl.s ON THE HEIGHTS
. olOcvUft lowi;, w t of Hi-ii st., not owise*! or oou
trolled by any s. ndicate; c.ipab'eof advauta^.us ??'!!>
di\i?ion. \iatcr. irasand sewer ou premises. W. P.II.EY
DEEBLE. i:tlO F st. !iiy.'I-|..t
IX>lt SALE?.Y VALI Alli.i. FARM OF ','34 ACKI.S
7 choicest land, pi-Jin i| aj.\ ill f. .oJ jrras?. ooutainu. r
several beautiful ouihlinfe- -it situate 011 7tu sfreet
road,eiifr.t u.iles fpjm Washington . It! trains inrrduy
to Forest Olon StalHti, onli thn*-i;n.irteii? ofs tuile
distant: trood ter.e~v lii.e buudinirs ai.U iniprovcuitnts.
1 or tuiiiiex parUcular.. iti.|tiire at the oftice oi
KAZkl/iOX PAGE,
myCl-!m 1425 X. V. ave.. Waahlns-ton. |
MeTuose park?lotsfob saLe-the MOST
desii'.ibie ii. liyattsville. opposit" th.- residen.-e of
the late It. K. Elliott. E"q. Als.., cotti-fe-e lor reut Ap
ply to <*? addivss 4*i4 otk St. I, w. mj 17 1 >11
CTAMBltIlXiL7MASS.-IOLET?XEAit llii; OOL
J leire, house of 13 rvKiius w.th stable; ail iu in::.
l'ietc cider, n-rnis rua*oiiaine to a di*ii-able tei.:u:t.
Address. HOWLAXD. Caiiibridtre, I'. O . Mass. apl'j
_ MONEY TO LOAN.
Money to loax ox real entail, it.o jpt
atiention to ail applications.
SWOliilSTfcl r k PXADLEV.
Jel4-lm iCi Fktih#.
Mokey to Loax
On Rev; Estate S- cnrily.
Ii. i l.ANl> A- THOMPSON'.
JelJ 1.118 Est., Ailjoi .'i'lVStm bill Ini.".
Mokey to loax
on liehl EsV.'O S. ? Xlt'ity.
A. 1. EAr.DOX.
>11-Ot l:12d i stroet^
*.">00. < 1,000.
Oi)UU. fC.500. g",000.
Or auy su n np to i'iO.OOO No delay Low ral(>?.
jeS lot E. A, MciNTil'.E. HIS t .-t.
WE HAVE #1.200. $3.000,*4.000. AXi> ?2o.000
" to loan on city lToitrty.
Jeti-Vw JNO. BOW EEs k CO.. 12C1 F ?t
Mokey to loak 10 armv officers a i le
vai rates of interest. JAklEn E. ^VAFO;I.
Je4-lm y;i:j F st. n.w._
Keae estate LOAKAlife akd fireiksfk
ance piaoecL Arai> ami Navj Pay AcoounUcas ,?d.
Louhs 011 Buildintr Associritioti Sio. L or other j/ool
Oolkiterai Secui-ily. Wk. li. i^LMPSEY, 14'.'4 New
Yofk ave._ t .y 'f.-.liu
(&30.000?TO LOAX
O . O OOO
15.000 CS REAL ESTATE,
1.0O0 rmyi-.l THOS. E. WVGC.AMAX.
M
OXEY TO LOAN ON HEAL EHTATE. AT IV?
per cent ix.-r annum. Ui:y aum desired; or ou u'uol
tei
collateral secui.ty. li. A. PHiLLll'S,
apll-;iiu 142S New ^orkare.
Vf C'Nr.Y ALU AYS1NT?Cli?aXD8 iO~LOAX OX
It J. aatistactory real eslaU. aecuiity, in sums Ui aun.a:
o and 0 l>er cent interest.
13 HELL c JuHXSTOX. 733 15th at. n.-.r.
HI"6kEY TO LOAK OK REAL ESTATE, IK SUMS
ill. to suit, ai low <?i rai? vt uitorest.
R. O H0LT2MAK,
wl3 mroer 10 th a nd r_ste. u w
^|M8Y TO LOAKC)N APPROVkDUEALfcStif*
ModeratecommiMiuiis. No Ueiay.
srflo Ufco. ?. LINKIN's. cor. H and 13th *U
OXEY TO luaS
_ lu sums to suit, at lowest rates, on approred-aal
?state securiti'. FITCli, 1- OA k Bit j \\ X,
w'.'U 14 ^Pennsylvania a va.
MOKEY TO LOAX
AT LOU EST BATES OF UTTEREST
OK RJULL LSI ATE SECClUTY.
iuus.j. ITSUEU JcCO.,
w5 lii~4 F st. n.?r
OKEY TO tOAN OK REAL ESTATE AT LOWEST
M
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LAXEX HOWEB ?^|cyT.
TOLOAW^EEALESTATE OB FIRST
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W.oS^nr, 3M7that U.M.
FOR ItKNT HOUSES.
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1 at and 15th. ly HI l liOS E. WAGOAIHfc.
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lill .id. uve Hi < 0 1123 S J av. H w_ i.r 211
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