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THE EVENING STAR.
WASHINGTON:
nilPAT J?? 17. 1887.
IRMBY S. NOYES Editor!
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lagaikar.
SUM STAR cannot undertake to preserve or
rrhim rejected romaimiaaMw Contributor*
uhcteuh to possess their manuscripts, 4 un
used. thould keep a cop]/.
fW~ Matter of whatever character intended for
publication must, M a* appearance the tame day
u desired, reach the office not later than 13
o'clock noon.
tm~ Jfo attention paid to Anonymous Letter* or
Cbmmunici turns on any suhieeL
Those who leave the <~U\j during the summer can
hive The Star mniled to tKem for any length of
time, and the address changed as often as desired.
The subscription must be invariably paid in ad
ranee.
will aerre their own purpoee boat, and at tha aame time
yraatly accommodate Tin Bran, it thay will tend In
before noon to-morrow their announcements for tha
extra larjra edition ot Saturday's paper, the forms of
which must be sent to pita mash ear lie* than en the
other five day* of the weak.
The President finds that the law will not permit
fcia to five away the dag* captured la the civil
war. congress alone having the power, and he
promptly and sensibly abandons hie purpose of
ret urning them to the southern states. This action
should quiet the controversy, and end the matter.
There Is not the slightest doubt that the sectional
animosities, though they have not entirely dlv
appeared, are fast dying out. The proposed return
of tha battle flags which waa doubtless in
tended to promote the good feeling which
was displayed so conspicuously at the
National Drill; In the visit of the Robert E. Lee
Camp of confederate veterans to Boston, and In
similar events, has only intensified the sentiments
which it was expected to soften, end the whole
afT Or should be forgotten as soon as possible. As
suggested yesterday by the Stab, it may be
doubted whether, as an act of the Government,
such a return of civil war relics to States once
rebellious would be wise, and would have the de
sired effect of removing animosities and bitter
recollections, and whether the flags hidden In
boxes or destroyed, will not serve less
effectively as reminders of the past, than
If brought to the light and turned
over to tiie conquered with a
blast of trumpets. This doubt as to the effect of
tuc proposed action will prevent any excess of sor
row at the discovery that the law will not per
mit it to do carried out, even among those who de
sire most strongly the complete reconciliation of
the sections. Time is rapidly healing the wounds
or the Union, and the battle-flag episode happily
will not now. it seems, be permitted to ro-open
these wounds.
Countess Compos, the divorced wife of Due de la
Torre, whose mysterious kidnapping is the sensa
tion of the hour in Paris, is a daughter of Don Ar
s?*nlo Martinez-compos, the celebrated field mar
shall of Spain, who proclaimed Alfonso king on
the 31st day of December, 1874. Her late husband
was or e ju.iiiv distinguished lineage, being the
sou of Marshal Serrano, who, at the time of their
marriage in ismu, was Spanish ambassador to
1'rance. The high rank of both contracting
parties, coupled with the fact that the
groom s sister was at the same time married to the
bride's brother, attracted the attention of the
fashionable world In Paris and Madrid, as well as
In other European capitals, to the wedding, and
added to the notoriety which attached to the sub
sequent separation. The suspicion entertained In
some quarters that the countess has been ab
ducted by a suitor whose addresses she has not
s.ulled upon, gives the affair a tinge of oldfash
1> >ned romance dear to the taste of the Latin races;
and, if it should prove correct, will doubtless supl
pijr some mute, inglorious Dumas with a plot for a
story combining in styli the picturesque chlval
rlc renaissance with the prosaic narrative of the
present era, "founded on fact."
The witness Fuilgraff. who has contributed his
share to the macnlnery of the prosecution la the
Beoadway railroad boodle trials in New York city.
Is not making a brilliant record In the Sharp case!
lie contradicts former statements, confuses dates
and sums of money, and generally acts so as to
give color to the suspicion that he Is not telling
?? the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the
truth." The district attorney would do well to
wick a pm into him somewhere and stir his ideas
Into more activity. If he has lied before, and is
trying to tell the truth now, or If be has told the
truth before and Is lying now, he has not a very
pleasant future to look forward to. In either case
he u inviting a prosecution for perjury, which, If
It comes, Win be a scorching one. The penalty of
his past offenses was suspended by the authori
ties on condition of his turning Informer and tell
ing the truth. He was not thus rewarded in ad
vance for lying, either In the Interest of the gov
ernment or lor the benefit of the accused; and his
last state will be a good deal worse than his first
If he has violated the obligation under which he
was permitted to save himself at the expense of
his associates.
The Shan of Massachusetts In the recent battle
flags episode has not been extensive. She had he_
dlp Into the subject more than a dozen years ago,
when her legislature adopted resolutions oensur
lng Charles Sumner for his attitude toward the
reconstructed South, and afterward revoked them.
Oeorgc S. Bout well, Mr. Sumner's colleague, waa
the official sponsor both for the original resolu
tions and for their revocation when they were
presented to the U nlted States Senate. By an odd
coincidence. be happened to be one of the brace of
lawyers retained now by the state of Ohio to man
damns the War Department. The only protest
from the Bay state which has yet seen print, Mllefl
from Worcester. The Union Veterans o< Boston
have not raised any outcry. They have been too
bssy entertaining the confederate veterans of
Camp Robert E. Lee, of Richmond, who are this
week fighting their battles over in the most fra
ternal way, in the shadow of Bunker win Monu
ment.
A New York World correspondent cables from
Southampton, England, the following greeting
and response as they passed between hima^r and
a distinguished American tourist who has Just
landed on Brlllah soil;
"How are yon, Mr. Bialner
* 1 am first clan."
This would be important news, even at n pop.
clar tariff of twenty-five cents a word. If It now
r mains uncontradicted, it sets at rest forever the
campaign s andal which somebody might put la
motion a ye .r hence, to the effect that Mr. "'-'tk*
crotaied in tlie steerage In order to catch the
workingmen s vote.
Kx-9cnator Thomas C. Piatt Is turning his po
litical ingenuity to aocount In a new direction.
H** recognizes the partisan value of a name wen
enough to see that Cot Frederick Grant can be
made available a* a -aadldate for some office with
out the necessity of that office being Mr. Piatt's
own commisslonershlp of quarantine, so he
of putting CoL Grant at tbo head of the republican
ticket next tall as his party's choice for secretary
of State of New York. Should the Colonel be
elected. Gov. Hm can no longer make use of him
as a weapon to fight Plau with, and a double end
will have been gained. What Mr. conkllng**
w&ilom colleague doesn't know about wire-pulling
could bo written on a very shsss.
Gov. Lee, of Virginia, says: "jTom information
1 possess I think a final settlement [of the rut
debt] win be made in the near future, and when
that ta done there will be nothing between Old
Virginia and great prosperity.'* Gov. Lee does not
srem to agree wiui some of our Virginia cotem
porartes who hold that great prosperity is coming
to Virginia without the slightest regard to the un
settled debt, or that capital and population are
rather attracted, than repelled, by the low taxes
which will prevail among thoee who rsCsse to tax
t ueouelves to pay their debts.
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SEE OCX IEXGC COAT AND TEST, IN
POUR SHAD IS?LIGHT GRAY-DARE GRAY.
BLUE AND RLACE-POR SUMMER WEAR.
THEY ARE JUST THE THING. AND AT TO
PRICE?47 EOU COAT AKD VEST-WE
IHIRE THEY ARE JUST THE THING.
GEORGE SPRAN3Y.
ONE PRICE CLOTHIER.
Jal4 434 SEVENTH STREET.
Boys* Clothing.
W? carry i stock of $70,000 la Boy*' and Chil
dren's Clothing; everything the modern young
ster needs can here be found in abundanca^rom a
13-cant Shirt Waiet to a *20 Suit of Clothes.
Waahi ortonlana have Ion# since found ont that
f?jHnT to find what they need for their boya
elsewhere, they can always fall back on the old
reliable House of SAKS AND COMPANY, and
Mnrltokii nia for BoyeVtotonginas, no mat
ter how odd the style that's sought may be; no
matter how rich or fine the desired fabric, or no
matter how superbly trimmed they wish their
Boys' Clothing. Whatever may ha wiahed for
in Clothing for the little men, within the
hounds of reason alwaya, ia sure to be found
amongonr vast sasoitiuent. Novelties in Boys*
Suits, made in Paris. Franca, by Parisian tail
ors, and imported direct by us, are largely rep
resented here. Boya' Suits, made from Ger
man, French, and English Boltings, and cut in
the various styles to to found to the fashion
plates of the world's greateet designers, are here
in great variety. Why marvel then at the im
mense business we have built up in Boya'and
Children's Clothing* People now-a-days patron
ise the house where they know from experience
they can find with ease just what they are look
lag for, and always at the lowest possible prioee.
SAKS AND COMPANY.
its often asked us "How can you
sell such exquisite Suits at such ressonable
prices?" There ia hut one answer to that ques
tion. it is "because we sell so many." The more
we sell the lower we mm eslL This is logical
and self-evident, and this is the reason why we
are telling strictly all-wool Suits for Boya, ages
4 to 14. cut in every style, well made, honestly
trimmed, and perfect-fitting, at Three Dollars
and Fifty Cento a Suit. What other house can
do aa much, not alons in Washington, but in
all America* The fabric* from which these
Three-Fifty Suits are made are among the best
wearing gooda produced in this country. Harrla'
Caaalmeree, Utica Mills Cheviots, Auburn Cae
aimeres, Ac., Ac. We guarantee the wear and
service of every one of these suits, sod you
know that ow guarantee amounts to some*
thing.
SAKS AND COMPANY.
There to no house in this country of ours to
day that carries a larger stock, a more complete
assortment, or sells more Shirt Waists than we
do. We have the finest it is possible to produce
and the chespeat that it will pay you to buy.
From 13 oenta to S1.70 is our range of prices,
and you will have to imam'si the countless
styles and patterns to be found between thoee
limits, for we can't describe them. 'Twould to
?imply impossiblo, Twenty years ago we were
the pioneers of thle branch of industry, and
we're still In the lead. So for in the lead that
Wsahlngtcm aethers have forgotten bow to
make Shirt Waists. They used to indulge in
that labor ai love, but they found twaa "love's
labor lost,? for we tell Shirt Waists sa low aa
the raw material can he bought for in dry
SAKS AND COMPANY.
What a world of Hate for boya In wool and
straw! What an array of kinds and styles our
hat nun has provided for the boys! Simply
bewildering. Prices!!! Well?we're not abso
lutely giving them away, b?t the next thing to
It. The "drive" of to-morrow will to one case
Child's White Sailor Straw Hata, trimmed
edgs%combination straw; value, 48 cents each.
These go to-morrow at 35 cents. Then there
are shout four hundred 35 and 48 cent ones
*bat we put with the above lot, and, aa the
sign above the table reads, so say we: "Help
yourself at 25 oenta each."
Boya1 Shoea and General Furnishings muat
be left for another day's advertisement. We've
got them, but wo shall not bore you to-day.
Boat asaured you can do totter hare than else
where.
SAKS AND COMPANY.
THE BOYS' OWN OUTFITTERS,
SEVENTH AND MA&KET SPACE.
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(tbeatest Babgains In Clothing
EVEB OFFERED IN WASHINGTON.
Determined to cloee ont stock, we have put the knife
in prieee, and will sell fine, well-made ninth fog for
Men and Boya regwdleas of coot or valtw.
FOB BOYS 5 TO 13.
Jackets and Pants at $1.75, reduood from 82.50.
Jackets and Pants at $2.50, reduced from <3.50.
Jackets and Pants at 83.25, reduced from f 5.
Jackets and Pants at 84. reduced from 86-50.
Jackets and Pants at 84 75, reduced from 87.
Finest Jeraey Jacket and Pants rodnoed to 83.50.
Sailor Suite at a great sscrifica.
FOB BOY8 14 TO 18.
Suits at 83.50. reduced from 84.50.
Suite at 84.75. reduced from 87.
8uit* at 85.50. reduced from 88.
Suite at 86.75, reduced from 810.
Suite at 87.50, reduced from 812.
Suits at 80. reduced from 814.
Suite at 810. reduced from $18.
Odd Coots from 25c. up.
fob YOUTHS AND men.
Good Csssimsro and Cheviot Suite st 86.
A splendid assortment of Cassimere and Cheviot
Suite at $7.50, 88 75, 810. $12 and $13.50: reduced
from $10. $12. $15, $18.50 and $18.
Sergo Suite in blue, blaok and gray at $10; reduoed
from and worth $15.
Prince Albert Suite reduced to $12.50, $15, $18, $30
and 822JH). Undoubtedly the beet bargains ever
shown.
1.040 pairs of odd Pants from $L50 up.
Bicycle Pante a specialty.
Immense variety in Seeraucker, Alpaca, Drap d'Ete,
Coats and Teste for hot weather.
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LOW SHOES AND SUPPEBOL
Chlldrens* Fine Eld Hand-Sewed Oxford lite, and
Opera Slippera, only 50c; worth 75c.
lliMM* VU n.s a -1 . . _
1 Etd Oxfords,
Tip* only 85c ; worth $1.
Ladles' M?d Mlsosa Fine Opera Slippora, Kid-TJnsd.
50e., worth 78a.
Ladles' Fine Eld Oxford* low-button and Haw*
porta, only 75**, worth $L
Ladies' Curacoa Kid Hand-Sewed Tipped Oxfonto,
Patent-Leather Trimmed, only $1; worth $L50.
Mens'Low-Strap TUa, only $1; worth $L50.
^ena Pine-Embroidered SUppera, only 65c.; worth
TO STAB SHOE HOUH
The (jtazAT Glove Sale.
THE BUSH TO THE PALAIS BOYAL.
A BCRAMBLE FOB GLOVES.
ELEVEN BUST ASSISTANTS.
?1.119 WORTH 07 GLOVES SOLD.
The sales-books of the young people to the Glove
Department showed for yesterday the beat day's busi
ness this year. The grand total was 91,119. It la
estimated nearly 1.000 pairs of Gloves were sold. Can
any other three stores combined snch a record?
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The following1 Special-Bale Prices explain the reason
of the rush to the PALAIS BOYAL:
98a GLOVES FOB G8c.
Undressed Kid Mousquetalre Gloves, embroidered
backs, tans, grays, Ac.
%W To those of our many patrons who have been
paying 98c. a pair we would remark that we hare been
paying 810.50 a dosen until this week, when we suc
ceeded in closing out 100 dosen from the importer at
87.50 a dosen. We can temporarily make the price
68c. a pair.
81.50 GLOVES FOB 8135.
These are 5-button "Palais Royal" Kid Gloves. Every
pair tried on and warranted new oolors. New styles of
embroidered backs.
PfSold at cost price to make the Special Sals
specially attractive.
81.89 GLOVES FOR 81-68.
8-button "Palais Roy''"1 Pwil Kid Vonsquetaires.
New shades, tans, Ac. Tritd un and warranted.
ST Our patrons who habitually buy these Gloves an
respectfully informed only one pair will bo sold to s
customer.
81 GLOVES FOR 59a
These are our "Elite" Kid Gloves, 5 buttons, scal
loped tops, embroidered backs.
OT For three days at 50c., but we will not try the
Glares on, nor can we sell more than one pair to each
customer.
68a GLOVES FOR 48a
5-button Undressed Kid Gloves, embroidered becks,
scalloped tops.
_ Some of the skins sre a little hard, but the
majority of the lot are soft and pliable, and are worth
more than 68c. a pair; 50 dosen to select from.
BARGAINS IN MITTS.
FOR 15c.?Warranted All-Silk Mitts. Black and
colors. Regular price 18c. a pair.
FOR 25c.? Heavy Silk Jersey Mitts. Black and
colors. Regular price 39c. a pair.
SILK GLOVE BARGAINS.
FOR 48c.?Warranted All-Silk Mousquetalre Gloves.
All shades. Regular price 63c. a pair.
FOR 25c ?Silk Mixed with Linen. These Mousque
taire Gloves look like all silk. Wear twice as long.
Above Special Prioes terminate to-morrow at
6 p.m.
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(A. LISNER, Sole Proprietor and Manager,)
1117-1119 PENNSYLVANIA AVE.,
Jel7 AND 401,403, 405 AND 407 12TH 8T. N.W.
Commencements
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confirmations.
We Invite the attention of Parents and Guardians to
the many materials we have iu stock that are suitable
for these occasions. Among the many meritorious
fabrics we mention a few deserving of notice to such
aa desire Wash Drees Goods:
LlNOw DE DACCA (India Linen), from 6c. to 50c.
per yard.
At 25c. we are showing one of the most superior
qualities that hih ever been shown in this city. Sheer,
fins, and elegant, it Is msde of fine Egyptian cotton
and warranted to launder fine white.
FIGURED 8WI8S, FROM 12*c. TO 45c. PES
YARD. Come and see our 25c. quality and patterns.
French Lawn. 48 inches wide, very sheer and fine,
37He. per yard; regular 50c. quality.
PERSIAN LAWNS IN FINE NUMBEB8, 20, 25,
30, 35, 37*, 45, and 50c.
FRENCH NAINSOoK. BEST QUALITIES EVEB
OFFERED, at 20, 25,30.37*. and 45c.
We have Just reoeived an Invoice of White Plaids, 42
various Patterns in large and small plaids, rich, stylist
material, worth fully 18c.; will seU them at 12*0. pei
yard.
LACE PLAIDS AND STRIPE, at 12*c. per yard
worth 18c.
PIQUES, HEAVY QUALITY, at 12*, 18. 20, 25
87*, and 50c., IN FINE AND HEAVY CORDS.
MARSEILLES, from 20c. to 45c.
Among our Wash Materials we recommend the fol
lowing:
FIGURED CANVAS CLOTH, 32 INCHES WIDE
at 12*c. We succeeded in purchasing five cases, s
that we might sell them at this price, as the price hai
been 20c. New York price on them to-day Is 18c. W<
sell them at 12)fc. Rich handsome patterns, on strom
material, far better than a lawn, and at seme price
CRAZY CLOTHS 12*c. PER YARD.
Figured Venetian Cloth, a few pieces left of the largi
lot; closing-out price 8c. per yard.
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These are always sver so many materials that wi
cannot describe to yon in our announcements, but be
cause we do not speak of them don't be misled infc
the belief that we do not carry them.
We keep in stock a full assortment of all Muds o
goods in our line at all times.
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ONE PRICE ALWAYS,
420-422-424-420 Seventh street.
pur Patent Cooling Fans makeonr store a dehghJtfu
shopping resort at all tlmaa. >17
Fourth of July.
NOTICE TO THE TBADB ABD PROPRIETORS O]
SUMMER RESORTS.
We are prepared to sell Fireworks, Vlsgs sad Jepea
ee Lanterns at Wew York
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Extra ~Values In G"loves.
Onr stock of Fabric Gloves linaunallylanit
and varied, ud contains the beat values yet
offered by us. As specially notable we quote:
75 dozen Ladies' 6-But. Length Jersey Lisle
Thread Gloves, in Gray, Tan and Modes, Only
21c. per pair.
50 dosen Ladies' 0-But Length Jersey Litis
Thread Gloves, finished fingers, in assorted
ahadea of Mode and Tau. Only 25c. par pair.
50 dozeu Ladies' 6-But. Length Fins Jsrssy
lisle Thread Gloves, finished Suffers, is light
And dark Tan ahadea. Only 37ftc. per pair.
50 dozen Ladiea' 6-But Length Extra-fine
Jersey Lisls Thread Glovea, silk finished, fin
iahad fingers, in assorted Modes and Tana. Only
62Xc. per pair.
Equally as food bargains in Silk Gloves and
Mitts.
(Main floor; center.)
WOODWARD * LOTHBOP.
Saturday Sale Of Underwear
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WOODWARD k LOTHROPS HEW STORE.
To-morrow morning we shall place on sale
the following extraordinary bargains in our
Muslin Underwear Department, conveniently
located in the large salesroom on the sscond
floor, lately occupied by the Boys' Clothing De
partment.
25 dosen Ladies' Muslin Low-neck Corset
Covers, in two sizes only?38 and 40. Only 15c.
each.
50 doaen Ladiea' Cambric Corset Covers, neck
trimmed with Hamburg. Only 25c. each.
25 dozeu Ladiea' Cambric Corset Covers, V
Shape front, high in back, neck trimmed with
Hamburg. Only 25c. each.
75 dozen Ladies' Fine Muslin Corded-band
Chemise. Only 37><c. each.
50 dozen Ladies' Fine Cambric Corded-band
Chsmise. Only 50c. each.
50 doaen Ladiee' Fine Cambric Square-neck
Chemiae, yoke of seven clusters of five fine
tacks, Hamburg embroidery around neck and
sleeves. Only 7Sc. each.
50 dozen Ladies' Fine Muslin Chetniss, yoke
of five clusters of three fine tucks. Only 25c.
each.
50 doaen Ladiea' Fine Muslin Drawers, wide
hem, with four fine tacks above. Only 25c. per
P?ir.
40 dosen Ladles' Fine Cambric Drawers, three
excellent styles,viz: wide hem, with tucks;
Cambric ruffle, with tacks; Hamburg ruffle,
with tucks. Only 50c. per pair.
50 dozen Ladiea' Muslin Walking Skirts,
tucked cambric raffle, with two dusters of four
fine tucks above. Only 55c. each.
50 dosen Ladiea' Fine Muslin Walking Skirts,
wide Hamburg ruffle on the bottom, with nine
fine tucks above. Only 41 each.
Although we have quoted the popular-priced
goods, we have a large, varied stock of finer
qualities, which are equally as good bargains at
the prices named.
(Second floor; through arch.)
WOODWARD k LOTHBOP,
Corner 11th and F sts. n.w.
Boys' Clothing Department.
This stock i9 a store in itself. We keep every
thing in Boy*' Wear (from 4 to 14 veart oi age)
except liats and shoes. We quote the following
representative bargains:
oOO Boys' Gray Gingham One-piece Kilt Suits,
Size* 2 to 5 years, only A 1.2a per suit.
300 Boys' Combination Gingbsm Kilt Suits,
si sen 2 to 5 years, only SI. 50 per suit.
250 Bo/s' Combination Gingham Two-piece
Kill Suits, made aailor style,combination collar,
cuffs, and i kirt. with plain body; aizea 2* to 5
years; onl> 42.50 per suit.
100 Boys White Pique One-piece Kilt Suits,
sizes 2 to 5 years, only $3.50 per suit.
100 Boys' >Vhite Pique Two-piece Kilt Suits,
vest front, si ;es 2M to 5 years, only $4.50 per
suit.
Lot 6102?Boys' All-wool One-piece KiltSuits,
light shade* ami very light weight; sizes 2 to 5
yesrs; only 43 ]?r suit.
Boys' Fine Navy Blue Jersey Salts, knee pants
and blouse, especially desirable ior seashore,
mountain, and other rough wear ; sizes2 too;
only #3 for size 2; rise 25c. per size larger.
Lot 6000 Boys' All-wool fiavy Blue One
piece Kilt Suits, box-plaited waists; sizes 2 to 5
years; only ?4.50 per suit.
Lot 6930? Boys' All-wool Brown Check Two
piece Kilt Suits,mads "Norfolk" style; sizes 2M
to 6 years; only $5 per suit.
As a special inducement and to caaae the Im
mediate disposal of these lots ws offer:
3 Lots of Boys' All-wool Bannockburn Chev
iot Two-piece suits,made "Norfolk" style,with
out lining, light colors and light weight; sizes
4 REDd^ED* FROM 40 TO 47.50 PER SUIT.
Lot 3001?Boys' Extra-fine All-wool Tricot
Suits, made by the celebrated Best & Co., whose
work equals custom tailoring. Made "Norfolk"
style and nnlined.
Hizes 5 to 9 years, $0.75 per suit.
Sizes 10 to 14 years. 410.50 per salt.
NOTE?We hsve Just received another lot of
the Boys' Jersey Shirts, in navy blue and cardi
nal. Sashes to match.
(Third floor.) %
WOODWAKD k LOTHBOP,
Jel7 Cor. 11th and F sts. n.w.
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We are about to reduce some of oar Fancy Flow
ers.
Why?
Well, they don't sell. The only reason we can
asslirn for this is that when delightfully pretty
sprsys snd combinations are offered at 25c?
38c. and 49c., the expenditure of from $1.50
to 42.98 for a bunch of the very finest Im
ported French Flowers seems to be extrava
gance. Anyhow, people won't do it.
Now we have got some of these high-cost
flowers, specimens of the flneet coloring art in
the world. They coet us a good deal of money.
They are not selling. We have told yon the
reason. The prices range about like this:
41.50. 41.75, 4198. 42.24, $2.48,42.75 and
42.98. These figures only represent a commer
cial value for thess goods. But that makss no
difference. We want to eell them. To do this
we know we have got to make it an object for
yon to buy something that is more expensive
than yon really need. So We will take all the
41-50, 41-75 and 41-98 Flowers and mark
them 75c. a bunch; and the 42.24, 42.48,
$2.75 and 42.98 bunches we will mark 08c.
We believe yon have a right to demand sound,
sensible, business reasons for extraordinary re
dactions. We consider the above somsthing
extraordinary. We want to move stock that
cheaper quality and lower prices have crowded
Into the corner "That's why" we are going to
sell our line of fine Imported French Flowers
at 75 and 98 cents a bunch.
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Remnants "W.amsutta Cotton 8*.
We have placed on sale to-day two cases 4-4 Wam
sutta. Pride of the West, and Fruit of the Loom Cotton
in abort lengths, from 1 to 10 yards, at SJfa
Two cases Lawns, beautiful stylss, 5c.
Oae case Satteens, 12He., reduced from 15c.
All of oar French Satteens 25o.
9,000 yards Check Nainsook, 5a and 7o.
India Linens, Ibc,. 12)fc., 15a, 95c.
44-inch All Wool Canvas Cloth, 37jfe., reduced fron
64Mb.
One case Cream Crinkle, 5a
Paraeols and San Umbrellas.
Ladles' and Gent's Gauze Undsrwew.
Carpets, Oil Cloths, 8ti?w Mattings.
JOHNSON, GARNER k 00*
M15 036 Psnna. Ave., south aids, psar 7th.
Fob TJuderwear.
AND
?'AT OREATLT REDUCED
WHITS SUITS,
KID OLOYES. 4100
JelO 807 PENNSYLVANIA AYENUE.
Baum*s Grand Clearing Saijl
FROM THIS DAT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE WE
WILL OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
GOODS IN
if 00 ?
??a sy:
different departments, enumerating special lota in
whdepartment,ateoch pricessswill manirMU
sal*. We ton't mind the Ioea we never carry goods
over, and they moat be cold at even a neat sacrifice.
S?5 00??08 oo^oo 00??00
65.-J W 00 110 00 00 00
? 00 00 0000 oooo
Wearewtillngtostart oat with a loee of 86.000. If
this loaa will not move our rooda we are ready for
A STILL GREATER LOS8.
We will not waste more word* about this rale The
prices of the roods advertised inuat do all the talking.
This whole column is devoted to our Clearing 8*1+
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT.
All ourbeetFtWMh SatUens,
under 10-yard pieces.
(Koeehlin's), which sold as
high as 35c. a yard. Clearing Price, 15c. a yd
All our fancy patterns,
French 6atteens (Koech
lin's). They are sold all
over at 26c. CI sarin* Prio^ 20c. a rl
All our American Gingham,
sold for 12m and 15c. Clearing Price. Sc. a yd.
All our best Ginghams, some ' 7
French among them, sold
AJr?,"l&a BUWi. <"??<?????. "*=?
ifiTWS&TSSd PUId TJ
ftW'Xl Cl*rin* Mm, 10c.. yd.
Snrah Silks, which sold at
aS1".-, Bilk. ta
cream, blue and pink, sold
as high as fi 50. Clearing Price. 68c. a yd.
Clearing Price in our Black Drees Goods Department
... _ 10 per cent off marked price.
All our Farmer's Satins, sold
at 20c, Clearing Price, 12He.
Several pieces of All-wool
Red Twill Flannel. Clearing Price. IS He.
Several pieces of very fine
Gray Flannel*, sold at 50c. Clearing Price, 32*0.
LINEN AND HOUSEFURNISHING DEPARTMENT.
One lot of Checked Glass
Toweling. 18 inches wide,
warroted all linen. Clearing Price, 5c. a yd.
One lot small slxe fancy
Table Covers, worth 35c. Clearing Prica 20o.
One lot of Jute Table Covers,
worth 81.25. Clearing Price, 68c.
One lot of handsome fancy
Table Covers, 4H yards
long, worth 84.60. Clearing Price, 82.28.
UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT.
One lot of Smyrna Rugs, beat
quality, former price 81.30. Clearing Price, 88c.
One lot of Curtain Scrim,
regular price 12*o. Clearing Prioa 7c. a yd.
One lot of Lace Curtains,
Irish point pattern, 3X
yards long, very wide, reg
uhu-price 83.60. Clearing Prioe S2.40 pr.
One lot of Colored Crochet
Spreads, frtwred, extra
OSWtfSE&ftiKb.
raer Spreads, regular
price 8L10. Clearing Price, 89c.
LACK DEPARTMENT.
One Lot of Torchon Trim
ming. Regular Price, 5 to
10c. a yd Clearing Prioe, lc. a yd.
One Lot of Torchon Trim
ming. 12 yds in a piece.
Werthyjc.to *1.25 Clearing Price, 50c. ape.
One Lot 45-inch Colored
Oriental Flonmings. Reg
ular Price, #1.25 a yd Clearing Price, 35c. a yd.
Narrow, to match. Was2oa
J d. Clearing Price, 10c. a yd.
One lot of Oriental Laces.
ltogular Price, 25 to 38c. a
yd. * ClearingPrice.16c.ayd.
EMBROIDERY DEPARTMENT.
One Lot of Cream Color,
extra fine Flouncing*. 45
inches wide. Regular price,
81 to ?3 a yd. Clearing Price, 76c. ajrd.
All-overs to match. Same
price.
One Lot of 43-inch Swiss
Flouncing*. Regular Price,
81.2o to $L50 a yd. Clearing Price, 98c. a yd.
DRESS TRIMMING DEPARTMENT.
One Lot of Colored Braid
Trimming. Regular Price.
60c. to 81 a yd. Clearing Price, 25c. a yd.
One Lot of Colored Marabout
Trimming. Regular Trioe,
75c. to 81 ? yd. . . Clearing Price, 15a a yd.
One Lot of Black Beaded
Panels. Regular price,
81.50 to 85 Clearing Prioe, 81.25 ea.
One Lot of Trimming Braids,
all colors. Was 15c. a yd. Clearing Prioe, 6c. a yd.
NOTION DEPARTMENT.
One Lot of Genuine English
Hair Brushes, one-piece
back. Regular Price, 50
and 75?. . . _ .. Clearing Price, 35a
One Lot of English Tooth
Brushes. Regular Price,
18c. Clearing Prioe, 8a
One Lot Flasks of Bay Rum.
Regular Price, 15c. Clearing Prica, 7c. flask.
One Lot Manicure Goods,
consisting of Pacta Cream,
Cherry lips. Nail Powder,
Rosaline, fcc. Regular
Price, 25 >nd 50c, Clearing Prioe, 16a
One Lot of Crawford's Linen
Thread. Regular Price,
6c- Clearing Price, la apooL
One Lot of Florence Mirrors,
Fr^nch-rlate glass. Were
48 and H8c. Clearing Price, 25a
One Lot of Sanglangus's Face
PowdeT. Sold everywhere
at 25c. Our Price, 18c. Clearing Prioe, 10a box.
One Lot of Swanadown Pow
der. Clearing Price, 7a
JEWELRY DEPARTMENT.
One Lot of Novelty Hair
pins. Regular Price, 10
and 25c. Clearing Prica, 6a
One Lot of Children's Rings,
warranted 14-kt. gold.
Regular Price, #1 to 81-75. Clearing Price, 85a
LEATHER GOODS DEPARTMENT.
One Lot of 25a Fancy
Leather Purses. Clearing Price, 10a
One Lot of Plush Toilet
Cases. Regular Price, 50c. Clearing Prica 10c.
FAN DEPARTMENT.
One Lot of Cretonne Fans.
Worth 50c, Clearing Price, 16a
One Lot of Fancy Satin Fans.
Regular Prica 75c. to
81.50. Clesriiur Prica 35a
BRA88 GOODS DEPARTMENT.
One Lot of Brass Kettles.
Regular Price, 58c. Worth
81. Clearing Prica 39o.
One lot Brass Cuspadors.
Regular price. 50 and 75c. Clearing Prioe, 38c.
One lot of Brass Crumb
Trays and Scrapers. Regu
lar prioe, 75c. ClearingPrioa 40a a eat.
LADIES' NECKWEAR DEPARTMENT.
One lot of All Linen, extra
long Chemisettaa Regu
lar prioe, 2 5c. Clearing Price, 8a.
One lot of Fancy Lawn and
Lace Chemisettes. Regu
lar price 25.to 73c. Clearing Price, 10a
Ons lot of Embroidered Mull
Ties. Regular price, 15
and 18c. Clearing Prioe, 9c.
One lot of .Tourist Ruching,
6 yds. in a box. Regular
price, 12*c. (worth 18c.) Clearing Prica 9a a box.
SUIT DEPARTMENT.
Two Black-and-White Fig
ured Lawn Suits, sizes 34
and 36. Sold for 88. Clearing Prica 84.
One Light Grmy Cloth 8uit. *
with the newest styls short
drapery and basque. Suit
sold for 818. , Clearing Prloa 812.
One White Suit, size 36. the
skirt of All-Over Embroi
dery. with basque of same.
Sold for 825. Clearing Prica 815.
One Misses* White India
Linen Suit, else 16 yrs.,
skirt elaborately trimmed
with fine Embroidery,
basque, with yoke of All
Over. Bold for 810 _ Clearing Prica 86.
One lot of Children's Ging
ham and Satteen Suits.
sizes from 4 to 14 yrs. Sold
a-*-**?.???>.
Dusters, sizes tf to 10 yrs.
Were JER8EY86*rin*Pri0#'45a
One lot of Imported Cash
mere Jerseys, with colored
vests aud plaited backs.
feldfKM. smET WJCT,?rtn,Mw,1.60.
Our White Muslin Shirt
Waists, with patent but
tons. plaite-l back and
front. The best waist ever
offered at 50c. Clearing Price. 40a
In Colors. Clearing Pries, 3 for 50a
10 per cent off on all our
SUrtWalsts.
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
Table 1. consisting of fine
Euirlish Milan Hats in
gray, brown, navy, tan, and
good shapes. Sold from
81.50 to 83.25.
Table 2, consisting of large
White Hats for ladies ana
children, in Faney Straws.
Sold from 75a *
Sold from 75c. to 8L
Table 3, consisting of 5 <
Knowlton's best R. an
Clsaring Prioa 8L10.
Clearing Prioe, 62a
and R.
Sailors, in black, navy, and
ecru, sold for 35a. Clearing Prioa 83a
Table 4, consisting at 2 lota
imported samples of Flow
trth fully from 81 to
era wor
siifiKiSBSSr- . w ?
Fancy Ribbons.
ind
___ Jlo.picot an
cord edga sold from 35 to
BiutC 1 lot of Sash Ribbon, C1**rinir ,lfl"
all silk, 7 and 9 iinh, la
white, cardinal snd garnet,
block, moire and plain
worth from 72c. to
? yard- ClearingPrioa 47a a-yd.
1 lot of Infants'
's. and nuraas*
fine mull; em
? tucked and
corded. Said from 25 to
Ma. ^ Turing:
' PARASOL DEPARTMENT.
As it is imposaibls for us
Ls it is impossible for us to
auote prices in our Parasol
Department, we will only
SIT
that we lure ppt the
W
TRUNKS, SATCHELS AND TALISE8.
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WANTED-HELP.
WANTED?GIRL TO SUBSB ASD AMWT
with housework; white girl jurflliU; 1249 8th
It ELW.. DMT N. _ 1**
WASTED?AN ENERGETIC VOCSO MAS 48
partner in a shipping bisinsss; S2.000 required;
fullest investigation solicited. Adams Bo* 120, Star
Office. jel76t
WANTED?TWENTY-FIVE LATHERS. APPLY
11 to S. RAYNOR. 11 9 it S.S.. after 6 ?,ci?S*.p
m.
Jel7-2f
WANTED?TWO LADIES - CAKVAsSERs TO
?ell laoecurtiins, waterproof, and bou*ehold esssn
tills on the instalment plan. Good pay to nirht Par
ties. Room 10. 303 7th ?t n.w. )el7?2t
VVanted-an intelligent Boy. from
v v to 30, m clerk in law and re?l estate office; tu
writ* a (?lr hand. Address, statin* ???? ?l
Box 20. Star office. *?
WANTED?^SERVANT GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework. Must stay nirhta. Also, rood r<*!^r
encea. Iuquirv at 1318 D at. n.w. 1*
TIT ANTED?ONE HUNDRED STONE-BREAKn'.S.
11 to break stone for 60 cents per cubic yard. *1*1) i
at 12th and Boundary sta. n. a. ^ I
Jel7-2t* T-VLTY k JOYCE
WANTED?ONE GOOD HAND ON SKIR18.
Also, one apprentice at dresemsrinr; will be
paid while leamiay. Apply 712 W st. n.w. It
\*7 ANTED?A GOOD DRES8MAKEB. REFEFU
il ence required. Inquire of MRS. BOTHERY. 623
D St. n.w. 1?
WANTED-A NURSE, WHITE OB^COLORED;
11 wares 96. Apply to G. C. PAYNE fe OO.. 813 l.?th
?t. n.w. Jsl7-2t'
WANTED-81* FIRST-CLASS BOILER-MAKERS
",?3?" ?" "?dp"* " **"'g>OKCKS.STOt
\T|r ANtED-WOMEN COOKS. 810 TO ?25, MAIDS,
11 Nurse*. Laundresses. Hotel Waiters, Drivers.
Farm and Dairy Men, Hotel Watohman. Women Cooka
for country. NATIONAL BUREAU. 517 7th at. u. w.
Jel6-2t*
WANT ED-A WOMAN TO COOK AND DO CHAM
berwork; must be competent, and willing to fro in
the country for the summer; reference! required. Ap
ply at 100 Fat. n.e. )e!6-3f
WANTED-A GOOD, RSLIABLE MAN FOR OUT
side work in this city; rood pay. Address C.G.,
Star Office. Jslfl Sf
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN TO _ LEARN THE
drug busineaa; references required. Addrees Box
18. Star offloe. )?16 3f_
WANTED-WHITE AND COLORED WOMEN.
Cooka. Housemaids, Men Cooka, White 1 arm
Hand and wife, Dairymen, fee.; Cooks, New lork city,
rnth reference. F. M. BURN HAM. 630 and 63a F n.w.
Jel5-3?;
WANTED-TWO OR THREE EXPERIENCED
Pry Goods Salesmen. None other need apply.
W. W. BURDETTE fe CO.. 928 7th at. n.w >l >-3t
WANTED?CAR-BUILDERS CAN HAVE IMME
diate and stesdy employment by applylnn to the
HARLAN fe H0LLING8*0BTH CO.. Wllmlnirton,
Del. J14^w
WANTED-WHITE AND COLORED WOMEN
cooks for city and away; white and colored nurses
for out of city; positions for all kinds of help.
OOOMBS fe BURGESS. 928 F at. n.w. )el4-?r
W- "ANTED - DUNDOBrS EMPLOYMENT BU
reau, conducted by ladies. Men and women,whits
and colored.for all kinds of domestle labor,for cityand
sprinrs.with reference. 717 M st. n.w. _ Jel4-6t*_
\%T ANTED?TEN (10) WAGON DRIVERS AND
11 twenty (20) cart drivers; must know how to catch
and load brick: steady work for eleven month* in the
year for rood men and boys ? wares six (86) dollars and
four and 80-100 (84 80) dollars a week. Apply at once
14th and Boundary sts. n. e.
jel4-lw THE WASHINGTON BRICE MACHINE CO.
WANTED^A WOMAN OF SENSE AND ENERGY,
located outside principal cities, for our business
in hsr h-cality, salary about *50 monthly; referencee
exchanged. E. J. J&HNSON. Supt., 14 fearclay s*.,
jy. my28-th. fr-4w
ANTED-LEARNERS FOR Pr6f. CHRISl'NER'B
11 new ?'International Tailor System" with anr inch
rule or tape-measure alone, as all scientific tailors and
eminent Paris. Berlin and London dressmakers cut.
Patterns cut, materials fitted, basted, draped or made.
The system taught by Mme. S. J. MESSLIt, "Con
servatory <x?f Modes," 1222 F ?t.n.w? Washington,
D.C. jeS-ow*
WANTED?SITUATIONS.
?**7 AN TED?BY A RESPECTABLE WHITE MAN.
a, place as Watchiuuu or Officer at summer resort,
in or out of the city; best of references. Address E.
S. R.. Star office. Jel7-3f
W ANTED-BY COMPETENT FLORIST. A 8ITU
atiou with private family or with party in the
bu-ineea. Address J. JACKSON, 102 E. Lexington st.,
Baltimore, Md. Jel7-3t*
WANTED-A SITUATION AS COACHMAN,"AND
11 willing to do duties belonrinr to the house, or to
attend in a store. Good reference. LAURENCE
AUDLEY, 1228 24th St. If
~\\J ANTED?BY A MIDDLE AGED AMERICAN
11 man a situation as llgrht porter and drive horse.
Address G. B? Star office. )el6-3f
VK7ANTED-IF YOU WANT A COOE. MAID,
Waiteress. Nurse, Laundreas, Coachmen. Butler.
Val.^t, Waiters, Farm. Dairy, or Laborer with refer
ence*! caU at ones. NATIONAL BUREAU, 517 7th
StnTw. ?*?-??
JANTED-BY A COLORED WOMAN. A PLACE
as chambermaid, waitress or nurse, to leave the
city; rood rofersnoea. Apply until noon on the 20?h
at 1$ 19 M st^n.w. Jel6-3f
~\XT ANTED?BY A COLORED WOMAN. A PLACE
Yrto cook, wait, wash or housework; good reier
ences. Apply until noon on the 20th at 1819 M st.
n.w. _ jel6-3t*
ANTED - POSITIONS FOR COOKS, THREE
Yf white Cham be rui aids. Nurses, two Experienced
632 Fn.w. Jel5-3t^
WANTED- AT HEADQUARTERS? POSITIONS
for Cooks. Chambermaids, Waitress, Laundress,
and Nurses Seainstreas, Men Waiters, Cooks. Coach
n^n B.n^a.Vnd Valets. COOMBS fe BURGESS.
Jel4-6t*
WANTED?ROOMS.
?vuANTEJJ?BY JULY 1ST, TWO OB THREE UN
\> inrnUhed Rooms, on 2d floor, for three adults, in
pleasant locahty. Rent not to exceed tlo. AH par
iculars requested. References. Private family >re
'erred. Address G. C., Star office. tel?-3t'
\X7"ANTED?ONE LARGE FRONT ROOM WITH
11 alcove or two connecting rooms, furnished or un
furnished, with summer board, between 14th. N. 21st
sts and Pa. ave. Address Q. T., SUr office. jeH-5t?
WANTED-HOUSES.
WANTED-TO Pl*RCHA8E FROM OWNER, NO
arente, a good Dwelling, well located; price from
$5,000 to 88.000; cash payment. Address B E. A.,
Btar office. lel7 "at
"tSTASTED-TO RENT A SMALL HOUSE OR
11 three unfurnished couununicatinr room* on flrst
or second floor. Address, statinr price/W.T. DOWNEi,
1820 L st. n.w.
WANTED?BY 1ST OF JULY OR AUGUST?A
House, containinr nine or ten rooins. In rood
repair; in northwest; rent not to exceed 840. To
secure sttentiou Jfive all particulars. Iteierencea.
Address H. V., Star office.
rANTED?TO TAKE CARE OF HOUSE FOR THE
It summer months; will fiw beat of city refer
ences. Address E. W.. oornsr 9th and B sit. s.e^ 824.
Jel8-3t*
WANTED-ON MONTHLY PAYMENT8 OF 840^
A House of six or mors rooms, with modern im
provements, rood location, with stable, or room for
one. Address HOME. Star office. Jelo-lw
Vir AN TED-TO PURCHASE DIRECT FROM
W owner a small House, in food locality, all modern
Improvements, from 83j000 to $4,000. Aidress, with
full particulars. Box 13^. Star office. Jslo-3t
?JIT ANTED?DIRECrr FROM OWNERS. HOUSES
Wild Lou for cash purchasers. Anv property
nlaced with us will be liberally advertised at our ex
piaccu ??" " ,1^^I Vatataa nunumd Insurance
jel3 1313 F St.. Adjoinlnr Sun Buildmr.
\*rANTED?IN EXCHANGE FOR X SITE
W of 12.500 feet of ground In Chicsro, HL. s
House snd lot in Washington, D. Cj. or vicinity. ^'11
pay cash valos foa* differsnos in exchanre- Address 635
Massachusetts are.n.e.
W- A.NTKD-HOUSE8-I HAVE PURCHASED FOR
several bousea, raurlnr in Pric? ?n^Si^h
ao noo I invite owner? to place witn me any sucn
fnjperty forile. APFARDON, 1326^-t-Jen-et
irerANTED?BY SEPT. 1ST.. HOUSE CONTAIN
>Y tar 12 rooms, sniUbleforboarde?, in a desir
Addr^ ?
WANTED?LOTS.
WANTED-A BUILDING LOT ABOUT 300x600,
\V northwest of city, within two miles ^ Biw. bsnk.
for customer who will improve st onw. HOLLAND fe
THOMPSON. Real Estate Broken, 1313 T st. n.w,
Adjolninr Sun Buildinr- )sl3-6t
rANTED?LOTS FOB BUILDING PURPOSE8,
jillSt"" 9""-; ^T?PrAKDOK.l?20P.t.
w
WANTED-BOARD.
nKteAgaiL"tr
tr>.ST AND FOUND.
?nnnvn-AT THE JUNCTION OF PENN8YL
sssssaafli ??
^aL^v^l^^aat Stow. 1201 Pa. .vs. If
bM. TandUsta.
?rally rewardsd by e?UM?a> -*?
TT~08T OB STOLEN.?ON WEDNESDAY EVENING,
n<r it to the Star office, and. no qu
t'ons asked.
Jal6-2t*
Wll.a,,
lftth St. U.W.
grown new
to .Bams oj
awat
AMOND STATION,
o'clock, a Urht ba>
? riven ""SOT
HX}B RBNT?OFFICES.
_toi
^*afkw.
W ANTED-MISCELL A NEOU8
WASTED-* GENTLEMAN \USHE8 THE USE
I* u! a riding hor?e during the lammfr fur his
keeping, rood trotter preferred. the beat of refer
n?<e? AddrM Boi 14. SurvAc*. >>17 1 * *
W ANTED?BICY CLE?TO BUY 7T~ SECON D
" hand Star or Safety machine. j(Mw. stating
style and price. V. L. R.. Star office. 11* -
WANTED ? NEW ~ IMPROVED CHAR PALL
Tyre-writer, beat in the world. i>erfect i<p?,-inre.
? different style* of tyj<e. a.Id t<> reliable partie* on
?mall monthly payment*. Purchaser* and rauva^act*
wanted. General Agent, K. A. DINsMi'ftE, ."??> St.
Cloud building. ;el7-ln:*
WAN TED-TO lease, OCT. 18t7~FOR A TE1.M
of year* (inside or near District line). 16 u> "J.>
acres of land, with buildiuga. and well watered. The
beet of care will be taken of the property. References
riven. T H. WILSON, Lock Bex 50. OtvnrrU.wn,
T?. 0. Jel7-3f
W A N TED-BOO ERS' UM BR FI LA FACTOR Y .613
v? l> st. n.w. Branch Store, 14tii at., near H. f >r
??? rly 4<>H 11th at. _ jelti-:it*
\VANTED?W AGONS TO H AD! SAND.AT LYONS'
" Mill, on Rock Creek, near I'-st. br.dir?- Jel6-;it*
Wanted?to borrow for three or five
? * year* 02.000 or 82. 5O0; will pay 7 I>er cant beat
real estate xecurlty; interest prompt serm-annually.
no eomuiisaion. Address real ESTATE. Star office
Jel6 3t*
WAXTD-FOR TWO YEARS 8600. EIRsr CLASS
security; interest S i>er ccut. Address INTER
EST, Star office. Jel6-3t*
VVANTKD-'VIVlANA."THEGREAT BK Al T1FY
vT ing face tint; natural, hkriule**, durahle. no
liquid, bo p??wder. Send 27c. U? V. P. sCH M1DT, 66M
Saratoga st., Baltimore. Md., and jou will receive a
box at once. Jel.vim* j
\\T ANTED?A TRACT~C>F_L AND CON IAIN 1 NO
"" rood brick clay, adjacent to water atid railroad
HOLLAND k THOJlPhON. 1313 F. adjoining Sun
building. > lr-i-Ot
VVAN'TED-MTTBIC FOR A SEASIDE RESORT
*t harpist or pianist, violinist and co rnet plav er. A I
dress P. O. Box 126. Salisbury. Mil Jelo-St
WANTED?FOR ~A REALLY "GOOD-FITTING,
fashionably-cut Suit of Clothes." made to order,
"coat fitted on'' before finishing, "at a verv moderate
price," go to BO BERT I)AI.hi N.224 H at. n.w >4 12f
WANTED ? HOUSEKEEPERS TO TRY READY
Cleaner. It make* everything as bright as new.
GEO. E. SNELL1NG, General A**tit, 8land 127 renter
Market. )e4-l?t*
ANTED?I HAVE FOR PUBLIC US*. TWO
Herdic Caba, Wash! ml. n and Georwetown. For
terms, apply to JA8. A. Wr>T BROOK. 1217 35th at.
West Washington. Jell-6t*
\*T ANTED?LADIES TO ENOW THAT SUPERFLU
ITY ous hair is instantly obliterated, lesvimr no (i
Special terms for June. MRS. DR. GABRIEL.
Jell-8f 1321 G st. n.w.
WANTED?SECOND-HAND rtTRNITURE. CAR
peta. Store*, Feather Beds, and all kinds of House
hold Furniture, for which the hisrbeet cash l-rice w.ll
be paid. Address H. BALM. 210-221 7th at. aw. Jell
WANTED?HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
second-hand Clothlmr. Watches. Guns. Pt?tol?.
Stovea. Carpets. Feather Beds, all km<1e of Hou-ehold
Furniture. Address Box 135. Star Office. >-S-lin*
VETANTED -OONSTTPATION positively CURED
Ml by taking CLARK'S OONSTIPATD ?N CURE
This ia a remarkable rood (rood laxative, heinir pre
pared from fruits and vegetables. Can be taken treely
(No mercury)- Recommended by l>e?t physiciaus..
Agency, WARE'S Ebbit House Drug Store. Je'J-lni
WANTED?WEELS DUG BORED. DRIVEN AND
repaired; terms moderate. Address W. H. MOF
FAT, 323 Mth st. n. e. jel-lm*
WANTED?HORSES TO PASTUBE^KEEPI NG
horses a specialty; box stalls lor trraiu feediuir
when required; horses called for. Order box st Price's
stables, 311 6th at n.w.; farm on 7th st. road. S miles
from city. O. H. P. CLARK, Sligo, Mil. mv'J t In,
WANTED-EVERY BODY TO ENOW TH AT WE
manufacture all our own roods and sell them at
the lowest caah prices; on easy terrna. without secur
ity, to parties with rood references. STK ASBUI.C.ER
& SON, Manuiacturuig Clothiers and Tailors. 1112 F
st. nw. my21-lm
WANTED?BOUNTY LAND WARRAN 1 S-WM.J.
" JoHNsToN, Attomey-at-Law. Rooiu 41. Ix> Droit
Buildinir, will pay cash for Military Bounty Ijmd ar
rants issued lor services in any war prior to the U?-bul
lion. mhl8-3ni*
\V ANTED-STEAM CARPET CLEAN1 N?i Wi iHKH~
" leathers renovated, mattremes made over, car
pets called for and delivered, lowest price* office
1402 Pa. ave.; Factory 5th st. and K a. e. Telephone
call 610-2. F.H. YOUNGS. myld-2u
WANTED?IT KNOWN THAT C. 8. BENDY. OF
456 Ix>uiBiaua avenue (oi'iKiaite City Hall), ia
Commissioner of Deeds tor all the States and Terr
tories (except Maryland). myll-6m
ANTED?R. 1A ASHINGTON'S
MAGIC CREAM OR INSTANTANEOUS CURE.
\v
w
Any breakinsr out on face or body cured. Moth, pim
ples. wrinkles, black-heada. valvar redness, eczema and
all facial diantrurenienta removed, and a clear com
plexion insured to all who use it. l'eriectly harmless
Testimonials on application.
Sold by all drtwnsu. 50c. and (1 per box.
Sent to any address. ap2.V3m*
ANTED^BUSINESS MEN TO^I.EAVE THEIR
orders with us tor neat job and book printing. We
make a specialty of quick work.
TAYLOR k BART, Printers and Enrravers,
mhl2 605 7Ui at. n. w.
WANTED-AT GEN. E. F. BEALE'S STOCK
farm, horses to winter at $8 per m.; box stalls; pas
turage $3.50 per m.; horses called for and returned E.
B. LAFFERTY. Hay scales, 10th and La. av. jal4-6m
WANTED?MOTH AND OTHER INSECTS Ex
terminated from carpets, furniture, fura, 4c., by
the only process which csn kill them. Hoi Naptha Ga*.
A. H CH ACE * BltO., 016 La. ave. ap2U
WANTED - StEAM CABPET CLEANING. NO
whippiuir by our process. Telephone 115-6. A.
H. CHACE ft BRO.. Olfi La. av*. ap24
WANTED ? COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR
every State and Territory. Notary and U. S.
Commissioner. JOHN E. BE ALL. 1321 F st. u.w.
In office irom 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Teiephoue .'144-2. 15
COUNTRY BOARD.
SUMMER BOABDERS. HIGH AND HEALTHY Lo
cations, fine mountains, one mile trom Vlllatre Post
Office and Churches Address MRS. THOMAS
HCOIJES, Wood villa, Rappalianuock County, Va.
Jel73t
Almeida is reopened for summer board
ers. Hirli and sb-,dy. Five minutes' ride from de
pot Terms, $25 per month. No small children taken.
MISS L. M. CRQW,
Jel7-3t* Berryvii.e. Va.
Board at a deliohteul country resi
deoce. 12 mil s from Warhlurtou. on the a. A F.
It. R., 820_i>er month. Address Mrs. BROWN, Oar
field P. O., Fairfax county, Va. Jel7-'Jt*
POWELLTON-SIX LARGE COMMUNICATING
rooms for famine*; lar.e pavilion in yard: plenty
shade, table not excelh-U. hitfh location . irrand moun
tain views. For information addreaa LUCIEN
PO^A*ELL. Paxson, Loudoun Co., Va. >l7-4t
Mrs. m. j. manghlin can-accommodate a
few more boardeis st the Dairy Farm, Boy<l's Sta
tion, Metropolitan Branch. B and O. Jel7-3t*
Board-nearli ncoln. fou r miles^eri > \i
W., W. k O. R.R., either Hamilton or Purcsllrille
Htation. Shads, rood water, hunting, and fiahimr
stream near the house; fruit WILLIAM C RAT
CLIFFE, Lincoln P.O.. Loudoun Co.. Va. Jel7-rtf
COUNTRY BOARD IN PRIVATE FAMILY,
healthy location, large airy rooms, fine shade,
porches, ice, milk kc. Terms moderat*. Address W.
E. GREEN, White Post, Clarke Oo^ Virginia.
Jel7-6t*
HOU8E BEAUTIFULLY SITUATED NEAR PEN
Mar; fins view of mountaina; lawn, piazzas;
abundance of peaches, grapes, and other fruits, pure
milk. "Fruit Farm," Smithsburgh, .W. M. R. B., Md.
Jel6-3t*
SOARD-AT MRS. WLLTBERGER'S. FOUR MILES
out on Met. B. of B. k O. R.R. Station on place;
h and healthy; no children takan. Addreaa Mrs. J.
B. WlLTBEliuF.K, isrra CoOa P.t?. D C. jel?-3f
LIMITED NUMBER OF PLEASANT"PERSONS
can obtaiu Country Board with private lamily I u
uules fpoui Waahingtou; pretty place, highest ground
iu vicinity; cool, shady, excellent table, large rooms,
fruits, Ac.; only people of rettntiuent accepted, stable
room free If desired to ksep private team. r< fereoosa.
Terms reasonable. Address Box 65, Star office.
Jel6-2t^
BOARD AT A PLEASANT COUNTRY RESIDENCE,
mile from station; rood shade, fruit, and table;
near mountains. Address H. L., GAINESVILLE,
Prince William County. Virginia jel?-3t*
SPLENDID BOARD AT TAKOMA PARE. D. C..
five miles from Washington, on the B. and 0. road ;
suitable lor Government clerk*, pure air; splendid
aprings; terms moderate. Address GUY MOSES,
Takoma. D. C. Je8-12t*
SUMMER BOARD IN A FINE AND HEALTHY
location; high and ahady grounds; Urge rooms;
abundance of vegetables, ice and miU . railr<<ad. tele
pra. h. teiephoue comuiunicatious, and four mails |*;r
day. Addi-ess J. A. GIBBS, Berryviiie, Va. >-14-1*"*
Fobest home, best accommodations";
rooms cool and lai>re; plenty ol shade; ice, milk,
vegetables, kc.; 1H miles from station ; dui.y mali;
reference. Addreaa P. O. Box (Mi, Cliarlestown. J.-;:,
Co.. W. Va. Jeld-eolm
SUMMER BOARDERS WANTED AT ELM SPRING
Farm; magniiicent mountain scenery; abundance
of shade, fruit, Ac - ten minutes' walk from d<-pot;
first-class board, ta per we?k. Address Mrs. T. D.
MILTON, Clark's Gap. Loudoun County, Va. )e 14-1 in*
PERSONS WISHING BOARD DURING THE
summer months can be accommodated with excel
lent board and pleasant rooms, convenient to the
depot. Terms reasonable. For particulars address
Postmaster at Gaitheisburg, Montgomery county, Md.
Jel4-6t*
LENBOURNE, SITUATED IN A HEALTHY L0
VJT cation; cool rooms facing Blue Rid>re Mountaiua,
1 >y milas distant. large veranda; good shade; dancing
pavilion; free boating; nice country drives, livery at
house; free transportation to and from station; grand
Spring water, ice, milk, butter, fresh vegetables, and
Address J. A. HAMP
spriug chickens in abundance.
TON, Paxsou, Loudoun Co., Va.
Jel0-2w
SPRING BANE FARM. 2 MILES FROM ALEXAN.
dria, offers first-class accommodations ? good table,
fruit, ice, milk iu profusion, fee. T erms. $.> per week.
Trains met daily. Address SPRING BANE. Alexan
dria, Va. )e6-,??
T-CLAS8 COUNTRY BOARD. FINE SHADE.
Ik and fruit; six miles from Silver Soring. No
objection to children. Terms moderate. Addreaa Miss
J. FAWCETT, Colesville, Montgomery Count}, Md.
Ja4-2w*
T?IRST
r milk
SUMMER BOARDING.?MYRTLE HALL, BAR
par's Ferry, W. Va,; greatly improved by large
rustic porchea, newly laid out walks, ana improved
shade; iuenty of fresh milk, fresh vegetables and
poultry, and all the fruits of the season. Special
attention given the feeble and children. House open
June 2 to September 30. Board 85 to 86 par week.
Special rates to fanuliea.
)e3-2m J. E. BURRELL. Proprietor.
^^?OMFORT RETREAT," (NEAR HARPER'S
V/Farry.) True to name, and all advantages neces
sary to promote comfort, first-class i-stronage solid tad.
A pleasure to please. Full particulars on application.
Jel-3m \N. M. CLARK. Keep Tryst, Waah. Co., Md.
CUMMER BOARD IN VIRGINIA?THE UNDER
O signed will recelvs a limited number of boarders
for the summer at her residence in the Green Springs
neighborhood. Louisa Co^Va. The situation is healthy,
the house large and comfortable, the rroni.au
spacious and beautiful, with an abundance of ahade;
also an abundance of ice. milk, butter, Ac. For
terms, kc., apply to
my50-3w* MRS. M. C. M0RRI8, Trsvllians.
FIBST-CLAS8 BOARD, EXCELLENT SPRING
a-ater. fruit, milk, and shade. 1)? miles from Har
per's Ferry, nearest town 15 minutes walk. Address,
W. 8. Elgin. Kb .,. Tryst P. O., Wsshlngton County, Md
mya-ano
Spring Hats.
IA1t
hone cansine unless ksaring their
WILLETT k RUOFT,
?ois Agasts tor this dty.
FOR RENT?ROOMS.
1>OR RENT -HAXtMOME AT.ARTMEST8 T<" I tH
mux-tit or transteut ytieet*. wrlui five ndactea'
walk of BnaJ ?irwl mall, u in.?lerstr terms Ap.'ly
or addreas 161* irrh st Phlladslphia. 1? _
F>* BENT - TWO OR lHHrt: SICf Riwys
south frouL.ih ? quiet fan.il> oi three adulw . c D
veoiNil tr> the l>?>partiiieiita and thi*< lines of ca-? In
quire at 143M L at. n w. |t*
I>?R RENT THRKK 1 AROF r\MKNl*Hll)
Rooms on first tlv* >r, suit* 1. i .r lirht li uirkf i
;iik-. 1*0 iarvr ?l.*?i.U> Iurui?U?J H.? >.,? ?u ?ec-J<J
ftnor.imlou^KouoiuD third lliwr, board it dMiniL
410 6th *V u.w. >17.!'
1>>H BEST A LADY HWTV. \ L\B<1F HAN it
?on;r House funitsh?d in a kill) ? ll
r"Ut part with itw of |?srl.>r to re?|?>usible )<ar'1ee. at
summer rtitn. v?r? lurht hon* ln?i ..r c?t?Mr i<*?
null*! A(Mr?nllri. l'.K>t?r f >17-3t*
1>|R IfNT-IWN I t?T X W.. THRFF I'SEIlC
uiahed Ro.>n.?. :td atory. two fr?Tt b?.-fc siut
il4r for email tauul). t'ouveni. nt u> all <?r< K-i sr
\tK KKNT FOFR FSFFRSIBHEI) ROOMS.
Apply it 4HR Mwl ?v?, n.w. KIT 3t*
IMH RKNT-OKK R.mM. (1 IIMmikI) t?H it
furnished. Witl' use of par.or. siuie:> e tor a la * jr.
Apply 71'* N st. n w
"BX>R REST #1H 14TH *TH tNl >si ?M 1" I V El ii
r ui?h?l room*, deliirh'.tu.ly .ate.i. oin-o ic
FrankliB Park. with or without l?oard. st reasonable
IttM. Jrl'i .It*
l^OR RENT -FR"NT AM> RACK PARL-'U l<K
1 srtl.er or wiiiamtaly. use ot piano. r?r? p?a? 'u?
door Ketit moderate to rclisble parties Apply at ??l.%
1' at n.w 1
|X)R KENT-NICELY Ft RMSHUi C.
r.-atin^ Rootnaon ?MvmJl.^r m.'iTti'i - sill
rent study or en suite. convenient t.> can aid I erdKie.
H.<ard if iVanrMl. 1'.' .Id at n e. Ji'lS I w?
1>?R REST XX?R I'TH AND Vi" WENi F.
T Uiv> nicely furnished fr-.nl Rooms. sec.iud ami
third floor*. with board. southern stid ? astt ru ex
posure; three Udm of cars. HHi ivatWn ?1i uiuk?4.
|IU-1 w
ISOR BENT?S15 E ST X W i I'RMsHl I> AVD
unfurnished rooms ; private l>ath >14 It
1>>K REN T-CONNI cilN,, OB MNOI B.
second floor. el.vainly turnt?he.l .ih.1 anl airy;
alao nice Parlor* at liall the price. 456 C at u.w.
>14-6t*
1
l^OR KEXT-AT 111 ??? H ST. X. ? . ()Si SICKLY
r (vrnlaliNl front rv.tii. aiiitatilr for olif or two in-a
U<-ni??ti, wiUj balh^ran and atUtudauru, ai nuuiuittr latea.
>14 2w
FOR KENT Fl'RS|MHKl). ItF AI'TIFn VMI H
Kootna . bay windows in ?v?n ro<-in . cortwr tt hm?,
tirw. south and ?*at front. Krt?Ttn<"?*a n'guir?st. 1 lOl
K st n. w. j. ;
IJ?OR REST?TliREK I NEI KM^HI P KOHHs ??<?
??-. 'id fl.mr. *\;ita?'lp tor 1 w nt h. i??>k?-i i- :th
lront,witli bath aud yaa. ?iU rcut to iklulta . uljr.
Apply l*.?r.' H at .ii sr. ? \ tl :tw?
I^OR REXT?TO A REFlXI-.li I'AUn. CH"HK
. ?r<'ond atory r?.>onis. tu unc of the i\miM liou?-a m
town, with board if necessary. prnatc tanul) i:tOl
K .Ht.. Franklin square >7-\'? ?
IX)R RFXT IMS 13TH HTH1 FT S W. -A Willi
of ni>'?l> turniahed rootna on tn 'tid floo - wtU b*
r<-nt*<'Mmrly >1 deatre.1. Vandeairat>lv location near
Iowa Circle. Transieut and table boarders - lii.uio
flatwd.
IJ*OR RENT?El'RXISHEI> AM' FM I l.MMHi
Rooma. single or ?'ii ??uite. wo.iiarj plimituuat;
Houth front. best of Table Board relereiii ???xxrharci^L
1 TJl 1 st. n, w. Jell
130R REST?FURNISHFI) AXD L'XKl'UMsHED
r R< KiMH.
1-arife, liKUt. and airy l'rn a reasonable T-ancient
lodirmir. Xx. 5U< , T.V . and *1.
TDECLIXTOX H'irsr. s :<1. X . >. 4.s-M. S't*7th
st. n. w. .Mam entran-f. , ih at.
Street carx pasa the dintr to .ill | Hi-ta of the citv.
OPEN AEE XU.H I J s tin
F' )R RENT TIE UnXOSTOR l.tTH K I . ' I W
doora above K at. aud Ftiankliii l ark Xe? and at
I tractivebouae. Hitrh and beautiful Ux-at'ou I'ieuk.it.t,
1 liauUKuui?ly furuiahed rooma. 'labtoof super or .pial
ity. 1'raiiaieiit and table Itoar l.-rs a<-<omt-io<lal<-4.
Moderatepri. es. Telet>houe yl 1 :i ui)4-^ui*
FOH KENT?STOKES.
I^OU RENT STORE AND CEI.I.AR. 4(?H J-'TIl
vt.. 1 dt>or frtini lVnnsylvatna av? ala.? nv.i> ?
and tS. 1st floor buildiutr corucr l*a i.ve an 1 l .'thst.
Apply to JAMES V. DAMS' BUNS, l-'Ol l*a.n\. .. r.
1 '-'tli st. uiy4-*^ui
FOR RE N T- M1 sC ELL A M :<> T S
IX)R RENT-A GOOD STABLE IX 111.AR <>P
150, l.'tth st , will ?oootunioda'.e t?n liyrm and
three or four <?rria<fes. will leaae tor a ttrm of y.-ara or
tnonthly. $_'0. luvjuire of M. M. 1'AliKEK, 14 1 * 1 <U
u.w. JllT-Itt
1W)R RENT-WORKSHOP AND OFFlt 1. 1 'K
builder, carpenter, paiu'er Let I iiMiieas,
foru:erly occut'ied bj Mr F W PilUux r?*r f p'Jll II
at., between 9th aud 10th sts u.w.. aud near Mdewalk.
Inquire at t*-ti Louiataua ave. J?;10 1 in
IX)R REXT-STAUI.E IN REAR OF IXV. S - I
USW and verj deBir?M>'. fix. atalla and ar ia."'
room. Apply to A. 1 HRICE. 714 loth at. uylU-:tui
T^OrTrEXT -"l.EAHS 1 YPE-WRltlNU.M
r Machines reuted at *?> i>er uiouthaod sold oa
monthly payments.
uy4-3ni "CALIORAPH OFFICE." 03H F Ht U.w.
COTJNTKY REAL ESTATE.
For bale?a fine f\km of 1471? a( kem.
One-half cleared; 30 lurea in oritruiiil tuntier;
vtiuwr orchard, lov house, and |to<m1 stat>le Fr t
Kurnt Mill road, near 7th *t. r->ad. 1 ^ mib-s tr tu
Knowles' Station. It A O. R. R I'nc<- ^.Ki>r. a re,
A. B. I'RATT A SONS, the Sun I? in 1<tliel" <it
l^OR b7\LE -FARM OF JOHN OOFS'sF.LMAN ON
r THFRsI'AY. J INF. 30. at 11 a. tu.. .n tl.r nv^r
road, two miles from Teulevtuwn and toui tr. n t\ n-ti
uitrtoo. adjoins Allison Sailor's and (n-n. Itnnu.
Trustees. J<tmes B. Henderson aud Tlioma< Auderson,
Kockville. Md. ? >17-l?"*
I3<1R BALE OR EXCHANGE 1??R -MALI. 1'l.ACE
. in the country, farm of 1 W4 \ acres, < -nMiin ii> u-e
! turee miles troiu railroad station: to: i>ar n ula * ?d
drens A. A. ROBERThuN, HIS l? at s.w Jel'i-3t*
l^OU RENT-A FINE C U'MIU HOCKE ANU
st>lendid dairy farm of KU it rra, utiJi-r etceil-nt
cultivation, uear Falls Churrh, \h \S ill peut at'h
stock and irood-will of a Iterative milk tra.e. urwiU
sell stock, implements. eU? to partj- rentuur. R< n?
very reaaouable. Appl> to
B. 1L WARNER A <X>?
JelO-flt ttltl E ?t. n.w._
I!*OR REXT-FOR THE Hl'MMKR \ It' AI I I
fullysituated dwelliui; m laurel. Md.. am., i ? : T
a small family, furnished or <iuturuiah< d Aji ljto
I?r. CRONMILLER. Laurel. Md. J I?-3f
TJ*OR RENT?OR WILL WELL?AT UK AN< H V ILI.F,
I *JId . H. and o laltruad,nine milesfnnu t>
atory Frama, eleveu rooms, dry cellar and outhoiis
hue view of country aud exceUeut water. 1 .quire ut
?-'04 10th 1.n.w. Jel? ??
1[*OR HALE?XIt:E REBIDEKCE IN LAFkJ I,'MD
chean Twwity five Itiiuuu-M' ride irom H'??i I -
tot. Addrewt LAI'KEL, Mar ..fttoe, |el5-4t*
17ok SAI.E-R1 ALTIFl L LOTS AT HV A1TS
r .vtlle in JoUUS' U A Vin-'s addili n ti liyutta
vlUe. These lota are on the hi^h in. .uinl and ver> de
sirable. Look at them before ptirchaM u* <'1s?m here.
WE8COTT, UILCvtX k WINE. ll?o; la. ave.
>14-'-'w
I" 30R BALE SIXTY CBOICK HEI.ECTI < >T
NUiall homes of from one to t?-n iM-re*. n.frov.d
and unimproved, within from "tie hall mile t<> three
miles of the city; very cheap, aid on very ? any terms.
Call or seud for circular. T 11 BVI'HEhl' A
1(1(17 Est. J 1 I .tin
I^OR SALE-AT IVY CITY?1?< >1 HL1 HOI sf ? >F
14 rooius. bam. and out-boua?s. 7 min i.es mia
from city; $3,o00. Inquire ou premise* J SO.
HOWE Jt?ll-??w*
EXJli SALE-FARMS.
lttO a. res, with improvenients.iii MoutfurnHfy Ool,
Md., 9 milex from city. price tl.*>,o00.
?^00 acres, with improvements, in Moutjrouiary Co.,
Md., 10 tnilas from city . pri.-e * 1 .'?,000,
a< rea. with improvement*. iu I'ritice <??? 'tve's
Co.. Md., 7 miles from city, price $s."? i^r a.-tv
4."?H iicres, with unprorement*. in Prince iieorve'a
Co., Md.. price iH-r ai re, or ?til t iiiiamct for cit/
pp.partTkLLU A LL THKU1 > '1.1', l-'JU E st u w.
>li-tft
1>URBALE??CBLRBAK
1 on 14th st. road, near Rnirhtwottd, alx acr<? if
k-round, 11 room frame dweiiiiif, stable aud rarna.'t
house.
At L*nrel, Md., Gothic Frame Dwelling. 11 room*,
corner lot ahout one acre of tn> oiiid. also, opposite cor
ner, one acre around, at low figure.
UU Hare wood Road, ne^r S. Idlers' Home, qnarte*
acretrround. new two-story and attic frame 1?e|innf,
nine rooms uew carriaare-Uouse and stable. f .t.omi
iuy7-7w* TYLElt ?: RL'THERFoRO. I -"J?i i st u w.
1>C?R SALE SEVEN ACRES ON I'HI. hE1<?H I S
ol Geot*ctown. east of Uu-ii st . not ..win- i ..rc.u
trolled by at.)' syndicate, capable oi ad\autigre<>us sul>
tlivi-irtn. Water. ?ra* and sewer on premises V ML IV
J.l.i-.liLE, l;w.< l- at in;. L' I I in
?OR BALE-A V ALl'AltLF 1 ARM OT 2S4 \ KM
_ cnoiceht land. priU'-ipall> in .- H. t ji?a.C'Mitaiiuiif
h. \ . ral Lwanlitul buildiiik--it - ?.Must 7 th sir.-t
ri^td. eurht miles fivmi Waaniiuf ton . Hi trams i>erdi)r
to forest Glen Station, onlx ti.ree-quart.-i>.of a una
(lislunt; intod tepee*, fine buildlliira aud improveiuinbh
t or iurther i?ruculara. inquire at the olli. . ui
HAZEl.'I t 'X h I'AtiL,
mj-21-lm 14*J5K V. ave , WaahinirUttL
ZlAliBRllKiE MASB.-TO LI I NK AU I HE OOU
leire, house of 13 rooms with stain. . all m co<u
jlete order. term* reasonable to a desirable tenant.
Addreas UOHLANU Cambridge, 1'. O . Max uplU
F
BUSINESS CHANCES.
WANTED-A PARTNER WITH TO T AKE
? half tuterest ?ith adveitiwr in a aur. p?\ inr
kuiuaement enterprise 1'ltUl. LVERET1, 4'Jn iotu
at, nw. Jalf-St*
I HAVE riFTl BHARI.S OF eol.l'MHIA TITLE
Insurance stock at six dollars. Address '*t\jLl VI
B1 A." Htkr olloe. >l7-'2f
W AXTED-i4tH? WILL PAT 94.*?0 IN SINE
" monthly installments of #."^i each, Mecti -.-d by mir
salary vouchers aud chattel in rt^^^re ou $1,-100 wortk
ot furniture. Bo* H3, Hur ofH.-e It
CAPITALIS1S-I HAVE EIGHT HOL'HEH FOB
aale; all rented: |*ys 9W per oen?. in irrowiiur
ueurfaborhood; abarratn. Addresa box 131 Star olbce.
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\V ANTED -#t'. OOO. AT /. PER CEN1, 1>'R FI*-*
It years, ou 14th at buaiuoas pro|*Ttj worth
#14.000. Xo comuilaaion paid. Address ll?x :<4 star
ofbea. >10-3t
FDB SALE?BTOCB. FIXTI KES, ASl)
ill ol (jrocety and Provision Mtote ?ro<^l star d
aud very cheap tu a cash customer, boutheaa; cur. .?Wi
and H eta. n.w. >iti-'_,f _
BARE CHANCE-CIGAR ANU LU/UOB RUKD
Ursa for aale; 130.1 E st. n ?.. near N. w National
Theater: well stocked; fixtures ami furnitcre. M
claas. tranafer of license cuar*nt?-eU. Lui? h-a^e and
low rent. A bargain for an immediate caah pun-haser.
Batialactory reasons lor seloutf >lo-3f
J ANTED?A PARTNER, WESTERN MAN I'l.K
. I ferred. a'lth Ad,t?K) or more, m si ? -ts . ?t .-4
buslneaa which will bear ainrt iarestlimtioo. Addija^
with lull name. MERCHANT, hlar oftlc. jcld eo.3t
.VilT UUBE-THE CAPITAL IHLAlLh W. ft.
ABERT. 408 .1th st >3 dm
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W W. MOEFETT. 1311 F BT. N.W QOMMM.
a aloner of Deeds for every tetate aud Territory.
At ofhee from B 80 a. ?i. to .S p.m n.y24-lui
^JPtClAL TO t. \ 1 l:\MENT EMPLOVEB. -
We sail you flue ciottamy. both read? -made and to
your measure, ou aasv pajmeuts at the 1c west caah
Bncas. BTRASBLRGLR A SON. Mauufarturm#
lothleri and 1 ailors. Jll-'Fst n.w. iuy^l-i,u
1HE WAKHINOTOX 8AFE PFJ-OKIT COMPAXf
. AND FIRE-PROOF s'iohA?.l- WARKHUUkk.
?#lfl PA. AVE. * W. i South Bide t
Paraona irotny abroad, or ieavii* the city shonid
avail theiAaelvea ot the advsuta#re? oflered bv this cuas
l?n> lor the aaie keepniK ol bonds, securities, jew, ,r\
plate a&d other vsluabies. Ciwthinir. pamtiuir. worka
ot art, piaooa, brn-a-hiwc. i uk>. carmfta, BcZ kc caa
be atond at low ntaa '1 *ka action baton. raUmuS
alter, your valuables are atoien or burued. "
Otnce Hours: Ux.lb.to 4 p.m.
(baturdaya. O a. m. to J p. m /
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