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THE EVENINGU3TAR.
W A S III XGTOX:
TJ i:si? %Y June jS 1887.
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I ? i>n fldr4ai!r tlrwlnt'?? nr? ttann RtbM
list ot" any other dullr pnper pabllabed m
\\ :t?inn?tvn. and much imtir titan Mat
? i nil the other daily ?a?sra km added
trarther.
7 hr>*r v ho leave thf city during the ft miner eon
t n r "Jhe .Star tnuiied to them Jo* any length of
n te. nn*i the mf'trtts changed a* often at ilcrttecL
The itibs<~ripi.on must be mvwiably paid u? ad
t *+ce.
Tbe convention of Maryland Knights of Labor
in Baltimore yesterday, held for the purpose of
f irmulatlcg laws In labor's Interest to toe presented
to the state legislature, suggested In lt8 dis
cussions numerous subjects of proponed legisla
tion. concerning which there seemed to be sub
stantial agreement. It was desired by various
speakers to abolish "the present unjust and perni
cious ground rent system," to make all violations of
criminal law untiormly punishable by imprison
ment, so that rich criminals may not go practically
unpunished, to compel Inspection ot factories and
protection in hie and limb to employe*, to secure
an increase in the maintenance ot the bureau of
labor statistics; to require the State to print elec
tion tickets free for the people, to prohibit the
creation of public debts, to prohibit child labor
under the ago of fifteen years, to make September
oth (Artisans" Day) a legal holiday, to declare a
1-gal half holld-ty for Saturday, to compel corpora
tions and firms to pay employee weekly, to
abolish the law permuting attachments
upon the wages of working people, and
to secure a school system which shall
educate both head and hand, and neither aloaej
There were indications ot an inclination on the
part of some members to follow Henry George in
t he path which, he says, be and the socialists are
Tor the present treading together, and a lew of the
suggestions made will seem trifling or unwise,
hut the reported speeches indicate that the body
was, as a whole, conservative, thoughtrul and
level-beaded. From appearances there will be no
great difficulty In the present condition of political
parties in securing labor legislation In any state,
and the rosin precaution required from the
labor men will be to refrain from Incurring
responsibility tor hasty. fo?'ttsh and destructive
l'tglslatioo. and to see that the laws, urged alter
due deliberation, are so framed as to stand the at
t ick's of corporations and the inspection of the
< ourts, even though some lawyer must be recalled
trom the ex!.? to which he has been consigned by
the K. of L. in order to perform this service. Such
conventions as that In Maryland, in which the de
sires or workingmen are given voice, will always
be of interest to persons who desire to be just, and
will be of steadily Increasing significance to
the politicians as the time ot the autamn
elections approaches. The Labor movement will
t hen show its powers in the direction of coercion
1 a a number of States and especially In New York.
If Jlenry George and the socialistic element con
t inue to keep step, as they doubtless will, and If
t he various matters of contention between power
lul component? of the united labor party are
fe?; r'.l"d or held In abeyance, and If Mr. McGlynn'B
prophecy o: a labor vote of 100,000 in New York
and Brooklyn is substantially realized, the labor
men will to overwhelmed with laws thrown to
them as ?ops by the politician*. Even the District
of Columbia then, perhaps, might secure a modern
code of laws from Congress by the masterly
Krategy of reorganizing its citizen associations as
assemblies of the labor party and causing them to
demand legislation and relief in that capacity.
Controller Trenholm's cheerful response to
questions concerning the Chicago banks, that they
are "all right," together with the fact that he la
la charge of and personally directing the stralght
?olng-out of the tangle in the affairs of the
Fidelity National, in Cluclnnatl, will dissipate the
uncomfortable forebodings entertained by many
students of the financial situation. It was from
these quarters that the bad reports were expected,
which were to be made the basis of another big
scars la money circles. The various theories ad
vanced to account for tbe recent saltatory exer
cises in Manhattan Consolidated and Pacific Mall
stocks are noteworthy, also, as showing how
nimsy a cause may sometimes produce results
ot apparent importance. Whether Cyrus Field
snubbed young George Gould s wedding invitation
or Jay Gould was angry at some ot the remarks
made by Henry Hart on taking tbe presidency of
the Pacific Mall Company, will probably never
pass from the realm of conjecture into that of
definite knowledge; but the fact that persons in
timately acquainted with all parties are ready to
believe such stories proves that there is nothing
essentially Improbable about them. They ought
to serve as warnings to all men who have a little
capital t> invest not to put it where the angry
w him ot one stock Jobber can cut a slice ot twenty
per cent off the value of their property in ths
t winkling ot an eye.
The sharp letters of Mayor Hewitt, of New
York, are coming to be famous. He expresses
himself pointedly on any subject of municipal
concern, from dog killing to the overcrowding of
steamboats* His remarks are generally sensible,
though he sometimes stumbles, and exposes him
self to a counter fire from his epistolary targets,
in his epistle on dogs, for instance, he says:
"I am doing what I can to keep the dog-catchers
under proper restraint, but if they should report
to me that they had managed to destroy every
dog, licensed or unlicensed. In thl3 city, I should
feel no personal grief."
For this sweeping condemnation of the canine
family, and the encouragement given to the law
less killing of licensed dogs, the mayor is soundly
berated by his correspondent In the case and by
dog-lovers generally. Mr. Hewitt is nervous and
sieepl-^sa, and dogs have kept him awake, both In
Washington and New York. His remedy is not to
nuggtst lawlessness to New York dog-catchers,
but to come to Washington and live, when the
new anti-howling dog police regulation is en
forced.
Some of the illogical who attempt to compensate
for false reasoning by unlimited statistics dis
cover, in the statement that railroad earnings
have been less since the Interstate-commerce law
than for the corresponding period several years
a^o, convincing proof that the new law is destroy
ing the transportation business ot the country,
cutting down exports, and justifying its reputation
among the railroads as tbe source of all evlL The
law was not designed, perhaps, to swell the earn
ings of railroads, but to relieve certain of the rail
roads' customers from injustice and extortion. A
decrease in earnings might be viewed, Just as logic
ally, by advocates of the law, as representing the
difference between the profits of square dealing and
robbery in the treatment of customers, and as an
indication that the law was needed and that It Is
accomplishing Us purpose. The railroads would
be wiser to concoct statistics snowing that there
has been an actual reduction in the number of
p<jundfl of paying freight carried, fairly attributa
ble to ths new law. When rates are revised a de
crease in profits does not necessarily mean a de
crease in business. It may mean that tbe average
of rates Is cheaper.
Jacob Sharp's illness has increased In Intensity
with every tre?h turn the district attorney has
tfvento the thumbscrew*. He is now, beyond
doubt, a pretty sick man, but It Is to be hoped
that he will keep up long enough to finish his
trial. Now that his counsel have their Innings,
they win probably be able to produce some testi
mony of a more cheering sort than that to which
he and they have been listening for a week past.
It may not prove anything for the defendant's ex
oneration, but if It eases his mind enough to ena
ble him to recuperate some of his strength. It will
u-'compUsh what the public particularly wants
of it.
Fears are entertained lest the strike of the oil
Ci?a in Pennsylvania may spread till "all tbe era
p.oyeeof the Standard OH company throughout
t ae country stop work. This would be a momen
tous revolt, and no mistake. The laborers and
mechanics might turm their hands to other em
ployment; but what would the lawyers and
judges and legislators do for aa squally profit
able job?
There Is nothing to be feared for the safety of
the New Jersey peach crop. The trees in Hunter
don, Warren and suasex counties, in spite ot ths
bUzzard stories which wsre telegraphed all over
the union a few months ago, are hanging, as n
rule, full ot green fruit.
ft win be gratifying to many yachtsmen who
were chagrined at the Genestas victories in lMtt
to learn ot her success la ths J utiles race arouad
tbe British lslea. It is s consolation sometimes to
know that what one cannot do is equally liopo*
MMe tor other*
Mr. Parnell's friends promptly deny all reports
of sis intention to retire from politics. A man
with so strong a tincture of Yaokns blood la his
Ptosis not likely to retreat while aadsr flrs.
J l MAxmcTUBii or mrun aid
rraaur aaooifs,
>25-lm UN 324 St., W. Washington, D.C.
est Received,
1 Cue English Derby Ribbed Ho*?, fast black,
only 2?c. ? pair; Children's sizes, 25c.
A window full of Towels on exhibition at No.
1117 Pen a*. art.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
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Ws quote reduced prices in all department* in epaoe
below, but first give special mention to Jerseys, hav
ing Juat opened several caac*. consisting of the latest
KOVELTIK8IN PARTS AND BERLIN JERSEYS for
Ladies' and Children, which, in addition to oar nvnlar
stock, will )*? the most complete assortment ersr
shown. Most of these roods having been bought below
the cost of manufacture, we are enabled to offer moat
startling bargains:
THE NEW JERSEYS.
1 Lot at $1.20. worth $1.50.
1 Lot at $1.08, worth g-.\25.
1 Lot at $1.87, wogtb $308.
1 Lot at $2.25, wctth $3.25.
2 LoU at $2.48. worth $3.50.
1 Lot at $2.68, worth $.1 75.
1 Lot at $a23. worth $1.25.
3 LoU at $3.68. worth $4.50.
1 Lot at $3.87, worth $4.50.
1 Lot at $.'{.98, worth $4.98.
1 Lot at $4.25. worth $4.98.
?1 Lot at $6.98. worth $10.00.
?These are Silk Jerseya.
CHILDREN'S.
1 Lot at n8c.. worth $1.25.
a Lot at $1.48, worth $1.08.
IW1 ne list below is incomplete for want at spacer
but it gives an idea of what to expect in every depart
ment of the Palais Royal.
(Second floor.)
$6-68 Ladies' Gingham Suits for $5.4S.
$9.98 Wool Check Soita for $7.
$2.25 Large Children's Suits, $1.48.
$1-25 Suiall Children's Dresses, 88a
1234c. Canvas Laee Suiting for 7c.
10-4 N. Y. Mills and Piquot Sheeting for 22jfa
$L24 #4 Damask Napkins for $109.
59c. Fancy Damaak Towels, 48o.
16a Curtain Scrim for 1234c.
25a Envelope Bustles for 19c.
85c. Colored Walklngr SklrU for 63i.
68c. Child's Sun BonneU for 35a
75c. Tall Ruche Caps for 65a
19a Stamped Tray Covin for 12a
(First floor.)
50a 5-But. Undressed Kid Gloves, embd, for 25c.
?L50 "Palais Royal" Kid Gloves for $L35.
$L89 "Palais Royal" Mouaquetaires for $L68.
?L6S -Palais Royal" Heliotrope Kid Gloves, $1.35.
98a Undressed Kid Monsquetaries for 88c.
C-button length do. for 68c.
39c. Jersey 811k MltU for 25a
63a Surah Silks for 55c.
25c. Koechlln's French Sateens for 22a
50c. Genuino French Ginghama for 25c.
$L19 Surah Silka for $1.05.
25a Mohair Suitings for 20c.
98a Figured China Silks for 79a
14c. Na 9 G. G. Ribbons for 12a
19a No. 12 G. G. Ribbons for 16a
24a Na 16 G G. Ribbons for 19c.
29a No. 22 G. G. Ribbons for 23c.
48c. Fancy Ribbons, all shades, for 39a
98c. Fringed "Newport" Sashes for 75a
$1.35 Ostrich Feather Tips for $L25.
$1.89 Novelty Feather Tipe for $L79.
68a HaU and BonneU for 39c.
$1.48 Children's Large Sailor Hats, $1.19.
12)ec. Pure Linen Handkerchiefs for 10a
25c. Fine Sheer Linen da for 21c.
98a. Spanish Lace Neckwear for 79c.
25e. Crepe Lisse Baching for 21c.
25c. Col'd French Collars and Cuffs for 21a
44c. Roman Pearl Beads for 39c.
49c. Fans, all styles, for 39a
98c. Fans, all styles, for 79c.
25c. Leather and Canvass BelU for 21a
44c. Lisle Hoes for 35c., or 3 for $L
98a Spun Silk Hose for 83a
85a Irish Balbriggan Hose for 22a
25a Children's Lisle Hose for 19a
95c. Ladies' Lisle Vents for 79a
68c English Gause Vests for 54a
33a Large Bottles Florida Water for 29a
25c. Bottles of Bay Rum for 21c.
5a Packets Hairpins, 3c.
Genuine Pear's Soap 9c.
*11 H?00?? PER CENT
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III PERCENT
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(OFF MARKED PRICES.)
Entire stock'of Parasols.
Entire stock of Em broideries.
Entire stock of Dress Trimmings.
Entire etock of Buttons.
Estiva stock of Combs and Hi I lilies
Entire stuck of Laces.
Entire stock of Wraps, UlsUrs. pig1ini
Entire stock of Dreee Shields.
Entire stock of Watche*.
Ealixe stock of Rhine-Stone Hair Ornaments.
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28a Pure Linen Handkerchief* for 21c,
25c. Halt Hose, all styles, for 21a
$2.48 Wool Tonrtsu Shift for ??
85s. "Palais Royal" Dress Shifts for 78c.
36c. and 44c. Scarfs, all styles, for 35c.
$1-50 "Giorta" Cloth Umbrellas for $1.37.
art** window display, corner 12th street and Psnn
syivat.ia avenue for other reduced prices for Gentle
toss's Good*
(A. L1SNEE, Sols Proprietor sad Manager,)
1117-1 Ut PBVVSTLYAXXA ATI.
Js27 AND 401. 403, 405, 407. 1STM ST. N. W.
A Summer Luxury.
what SO ELEGANT IN APPEARANCE,
SO COOL, ?0 rich, AND AT TSK SAMS
time 80 PLAIN, AS A WHITE VEST Ot
SUMMER f ROT necessarily PLAIN
WHITE, EITHER, a WHITE GROUND
with A dotted SURFACE. DARK
FLAKES OR small CHECKS, FIGURES
HEIGHTEN THE effect, AND when
worn with A COAT AND TROUSERS .
OF-NO MATTER WHAT color-dark
OR LIGHT-IT STAMPS THE WEARER AS
A MAN OF GOOD TASTE.
OUR STOCK OF WHITE AND FANCY
TESTS WAS NEVER SO EXTENSIVE AS
NOW. OUR VARIETY OF PATTERNS
NEVER SO GREAT. THE CUT, SHAPE
AND FIT REYOND THE REACH OF
ADVERSE CRITICISM. OUR PRICES
PLACE THEM WITHIN THE REACH OF
ALL. FOR INSTANCE, WE ARE SELLING
WHITE VESTS, CORRECT IN ALL
THINGS, WITH FLY FRONTS AND
MOVABLE BUTTONS, FOR ONE DOLLAR
EACH. HANDSOME EFFECTS IN DOTS
AND FLAKES AND CHECKS AND FIG
URES, AT ONE DOLLAR AND TWENTY
FIVE CENTS EACH. PERFECT FITTING
garments THEY ARE. THE MATERIAL
THOROUGHLY SKRUNK BEFORE BEING
CUT. SO THAT AS THEY NOW ARE SO
THEY WILL REMAIN. WE HAVE, OF
COURSE, MORE EXPENSIVE ONES IN
FREN CH AND OTHER FOREIGN STUFFS.
THEY COME HIGH. THOUGH; *4-00 la
THE PRICE OF THE FINEST. BUT WE
HAVE THEM IN ALL THE INTERME
DIATE GRADES. LOOK THEM OVER, BY
ALL MEANS. YOU'RE A8 LIKELY TO
BUY nALF A DOZEN AS A SINGLE ONE,
WHEN YOU SEE THE beautiful PAT
TERNS WE HAVE IN STOCK.
SAKS AND COMPANY.
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OUTFITTERS,
300 TO 308 SEVENTH STREET.
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Light Weight Woolen Trousers.
AT THIS SEASON THERE IS ALWAYS A
DEMAND FOR LIGHT-WEIGHT WOOLEN
PANTALOONS BY GENTLEMEN WHO
NEVER WEAR LINEN PANTS. TO MEET
THIS DEMAND WE HAVE JUST HADE UP
A VARIETY OF STYLES OF THESE GOODS.
SOME ARE cheviots. IN LIGHT COLORS,
ROUG H-F A C E D, BUT VERY LOOSELY
WOVEN AND COOL OTHERS ARE SMOOTH
FACED GOODS, BUT THIN AND LIGHT.
THEY ARE THE NEWEST patterns OF
CHECKS AND STRIPES. OTHERS IN PLAIN
COLORS AND QCITE IN STYLE. THESE
PATTERNS WERE SELECTED FROM CUS
TOM STOCK. AND ARE THE SAME THAT
WE HAVE BEEN MAKING TO ORDER.
SMALL ROYS' (SHORT) PANTS, IN LIGHT
WEIGHT CA88IMER, FOR SI.
THESE ARE COOL, AND BETTER THAN
LINEN. ALSO, LIGHT AND DARK FLAN
NEL PANTS FOR BOT8 4 TO 13 YEARS.
WHITE, HROWN, AND STRIPED LINEN
PANT8 (SHORT) FOR BOYS 4 TO 13 TEARS.
LARGE BOYS' (LONG) PANT8, IN LIGHT
AND DARK C ASSIMERES. ALSO FLANNELS.
E. B. BABNUM ft CO.,
j?2S 931 Pure. At*.
Great Reduction In
SUMMER DRY GOODS.
20 piece* Striped and Figured CRAZY CLOTH. 13Xc.
lcwCmm crinkle. 5c.; reduoed from 8c.
2 cues Colored Stripe and Check SEERSUCKERS,
8,10.12 He.
500 yards CHAMBRAY. 8c.; reduced from 12J<c.
50 pieces French organdie, ISHo.; former price
18c.
15 pieces Hair-Line TAKOOL, lOo.
5.000 yarda Figured LAWNS, 5, 8,10c.
French and American SATTEEN8.
20 piece* NUN'S VEILING, all colon, 25c.
42-inch ALBATROSS CLOTH. 50c.
ALL OF OUR DRESS GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES,
4 4 Wamsutta. Pride-of-th?-West and Frult-of-the
Loom COTTON, ia 1 to 10 yarda' lengths, 8Hc.
Ladies' Gauze VESTS, 25 and 37*c.
Gents' Balbriggun and Gauze SHIRTS, 25c.
200 pieces Eie*ant Quality Summer GINGHAMS,
10c.
We are offering some Special Bargains ia Plain and
Fancy STRAW MATTINGS.
FLOOR OIL-CLOTHS and carpets.
JOHNSON. GARNER ft CO.,
030 Pennsylvania are., south side,
Je28 Near 7th St. n.w.
The Great Remance Gold
MINING CO.
Organized Under the Laws of Hew York.
CAPITAL, 81,000.000, In 600,000 Shares of the pur
value of S3 each. Full paid and unassessable.
This company owns the Great Remance Gold Quarts
Mine, sit us tni about 15 miles truin the city of San
tiago, Territory of Panama, United States of Columbia.
It is located 2,000 feet above the sea. only 25 miles
over a wugou road from tlie Port of Montijo, in a
healthful climate where the temperature Is between
05 aud 65 decrees the enure year.
??free luiliingguld auartzaud ihtf largest body of hieh
xraae ore, exposed its entire length, owaou by any
company in the world.
The vela is almost vertical, running nearly north
and south and is 16 teet wide of Free Gold Quarts, soft
and easily worked, sTsnaruig fully #15 per tun.
Near the mine the oompany have secured a water
power sufficient to run 1.000 stamps the year round.
With a 100-stamp mill erected, 300 tons of ore per
day can be milled, which at an avenge oi
Coet of uuiiLog iind miuii'tgi'iiulading _
all expenses, g^i-AO per ton? 1,050
Net pruoeeds per day *8,450
For .:00 <Uys net profits applicable . ...
for dividends yearly tl.035,000
I A stamp mill has been contracted for, which will he
erected as soon as possible, the mine being already da.
?eloped to supply It.
The Great Remanee, with the magnitude of the Tela,
the Quality oi the ore, and the quantity exposed. make
it a sate business proposition: It being simply a quae
of the number oi stamps employed tune run by water
power, to ensure ? continuous nvanue of one Uun
Ireu per ewt per
Theee facts hsve been verified by experieneed cam.
A limited number of Share are open for Subscription
at S3 per Share, payable per oetU on July 15, Aug
IS, Sep. 15. and Oct. 15.
Application has been made to Uat the Stock on the.
Board. ?K D. FAKRAND, Prest.,
The Gnat Remanee Gold Mining Co,
further information sad stock may ha had at the
GEO. WM. BALLOU ft CO- Banker*.
5 Wall St.. New York.
AH application for Steak by Letts* or Telegraph
tnasl be made on or before JulyS- Je35-5t
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For omit tin* to advertise our special uto mt Infants'
Wear in last evening's" Star," u we promised. It was
? cwcien ovwalght on our part. We give you the
items to-day.
Because they are slirfttly imperfect wa offer the fol
lowing in Infants' Wear:
At 25 cents each we offer 3 dozen fine Cambric In
fants' Slli>s?neck and sleeves embroidered.
At 25 ceuts each we offer, aa a special bargain, 3 dozen
Infants' Short Dresses that are a trifle soiled.
At 39 cents each we offer 5 dozen Cambric Infants'
Slips, tnckcd and with cambric ruffle on the skirt.
At 50 ceuts each we offer 4 dozen Cambric Infants'
Slips, tucked and embroidered yoke, and embroidery
around neck and sleeves.
At 50 cents each we offer 2 down Infants' Bhort
Dreesm, tucked yoke, embroidered ruffle, and em
broidery around neck and sleeves.
At tl each we offer a few line Nainsook Infants'
Dresses, with tucked and pleated yokes, embroidered
ruffles, and elcysntly finished.
"ODDS AND ENDS" IN LACES.
We are offering extraordinary values in tone "odds
and ends" from our Lace Department.
^ll.68flattTaL, 30 inch Flounce we are closing at
41.79 Piatt VaL, 40 Inch Flounce we are offering at
81-58.
?1.48 Piatt VaL, 27 inch All-over Net We hare a
few remaining yards to sell at 98 cents a yard.
We have 0 Cream Fichus at 50 cents tech, of
87 cents.
Our #1-98 Black Escurial, 42 inch Flounce tie will
?ell at #1,68. Only a few yards.
Some. inch, 3 inch and inch Tore boo Laces
(hunter wrinkled and dusty) wi mark 11 cents a yard,
na.uad of 15 and 18 cents.
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816-318 SEVENTH ST. N. W.
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Lay DOWN, HOARY-HEADED EXTORTION,
ws*nx ootxe to
SHELL THE WOODS,
Leaving neither branch, shrub, nor twig behind Which
to hide your guilty face from a
PEOPLE
Made furious by the outrages perpetrated upon ?>??"
by your
INFAMOUS SELF.
ANYTHING AMBIGUOUS ABOUT THIS?
| SOLID SHOT.
_ Prince Albert Suits in Cloths, Carol to ere*, and
Worsteds, plsiii, silk-faced, and full sati lined, *15.50,
816.50, *17.40, 820.50, S2L50, #23.50,825.50.
SHELL. '
Chesterfield and Cutaway 8uits, Serves. Tweeds,
Cheviots, Di?ou*lp, Corkscrews, fcc.. 87.50, 810.75,
,13A ?*?? *i"1
SHRAPNEL.
ORAPE AND CANNI8TER.
wool,
' n fit,
810,
PAS8 THE INFANT-RY RAPIDLY TO THE FRONT.
Children's Worsted Suits (Norfolk), 82. Children's
Cheviot Suits, strictly all wool. 82.oO. Children's
Suits, black and white mixture, S3. Children's Suits,
silk and worsted, check, #325.
GIVE THEM THE BAYONET.
#nits, sacks and cutaways, NOT all wool.
?sn?s.*#?^9* 18 >'e?r8? colkt? vest, and
SHOW NO QUARTER.
Trousers in endless variety, comprising all the latest
#il2r#* 2o 8 8312,83.37, 83.50, 8387,
Our big #28,000 purchase is not yet exhausted. We
na?a several lots still to dispose of, and are receiving
fresii invoices every day. For the latest styles, the
best and cheapest fine Ready-Made Clothing, go to
VICTOR E. ADLKR'3
TEN rPP CENT CLOTHING HOUSE.
927 and 929 7th St N. W? Cor. Mass. Ave,
STRICTLY ONE PRIOR
Open Saturday until 11 p. m.
JW-Offlce Costs, stripss and'checks, 25c. each. On
sale Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, from 7 to 9
o'clock em. Remember the days and the hours, as
these coats will positively not be sold on other days or
at other hours. Je28
Who Gtains By 1
T?
We appeal to the strongest sentiment you
know in asking you to try our reliable make
of CLOTHING and our low prices. It's to your
interest.
You will be the gainer by it?the satisfaction
of long wear and the security of our GUARAN
TEE. It's the fairest bargain we know, to
you sure of the quality and the work, telling
you plainly what sort it is. and make yon whole
if it isn't You'd shoot wide of the mark and
miss getting the best of yonr money if you buy
without seeing our reliable CLOTHING and
what it cost.
GEORGE SPRANSY,
3<27 434 SEVENTH STREET.
Cream Dress At Reduced Prices
WE HAVE JU8T REDUCED THE PRICE8 OF
CREAM SUITINGS FROM 76 TO 60c. CREAM
VEILINGS. ALBATR08 CLOTHS AT 75a FROM *L
PURE LINENS 36 IN. WIDE, NEAT DESIGNS.
25a REDUCTIONS IN HOSIERY.
WHITE EMBROIDERED ROBE8 LESS THAN
IMPORTATION PRICES. INDIA PONGEE, WHITE
AND FIGURES, AT 75a AND 80a FRENCH
SATTEENS AT 25a
TO BE APPRECIATED THESE BARGAINS MUST
BE 8EEN. A DESCRIPTION DOES NOT DO THEM
JUSTICE, WE INVITE AN INSPECTION. WHITE
GOODS EXTRA QUALITY AT 12Jfa
W. M. 8HUSTER k SONS,
Js25 SI 9 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Odds And End&
BEATON PERSY
(Successor to Pom * Bbothsr),
IS OFFERING "GREAT BARGAINS" IN "odds
b&jpw
$ iesi$i*ihs&DLwwm
"SPECIAL BARGAINS" IN REMNANTS OF KVKW
TNri si I.ITvt Runrinca xT&SJtt* ?**??*
WO SILKS. BROC ADESrXND GAUZES *
REMNANTS OFpilEKTLEITS ENGUSHMOURN
"lilSiMs
REMNANTS OFIMPORtlDALL-WOC
NCI ALL-SILK
INCH WHITE
DKKhS-FABRICS A^WOOL COLORED
Or PLAIN FIGURES AND CORRECT FSIQKA
BEATON PERRY,
P?n#? Btm^Dra,
E.UbU.W 18.0.
Niw Nisoiwsae.
?<?? White and Fansy Duck Move and Silk
*?*
ta#. W. s. TBEL,
8M >*? wa
Fourth of Jolt.
NOTICE TO THE TBA1>E AND PROPRIETORS OF
SUMMER RESORTS.
We in prepared to ssll FUn
?se Lanterns at Mew keck
> to s?lset I
CM. RUFVEET.
*14 403. 405 7th st n.i
MIDSUMMER
SEDUCTIONS
AT Ttt
BOSTON DRY GOODS HOUSE.
A Btttber of lines bar* dropped la prirA
11m itM is fall of genuine Mid-Summer Bu
??ins. We quete the following
BIO REDUCTION'S
IX
DRESS GOODS.
To csoae tbe immediate disposal of these lota
%e eat tbe price* a* follows:
1 lot of 38 and 42-inch All-Wool Canvas
Grenadines, in Ecru, Tan. Navy Blue, and
Brown Sbadee, reduced from 50c. to 25c. par
yard.
Or Think of 48inch Ail-Wool Drees Goods
?t 25c. par yard.
36-inch All-Wool Pin-Stripe Albatross, In
Light and Medium Blue. Pink. Cream, In.
and Ecru, reduced from 3736c. to 25c. per
y&ftl* %
REDUCTIONS IN WASH GOODS.
We have reduced our Printed Crepee (stripes
and figured) from 12.XC. to 8c. per jwl
Wa have reduced Crinkled Seersuckers (cream
and fancy ? tripes) from 10c. to 8c. per yard.
These are the best and most desirable bargains
In wash fabrics we have yet offered at this pricc,
te., 8c. per yard.
(Sttond floor.)
MARK-DOWN IN HOSIERY.
We mark down the following lines to close
them oat at onoe:
1 lot of Children's Ribbed Fine Cotton Hose.
i& black and garnet, marked down from 25c. to
S pair for 50c.
1 lot of Ladies' Fancy Striped Cotton Iloee,
double heel and toe, marked down from 50c. to
37fcc. per pair.
1 lot of Ladles' Pine Lisle Thread Hoee, in
fancy vertical stripes, marked down from $1
sod SI.25 to59c. per pair.
LADIES' PINE FLANNELS REDUCED.
To close out at once we offer:
02 pieces of Fine Llama Cloth Flannels, re
duced from 02He. to 50c. per yard.
We have more than 45 different pieces, repre
senting s large variety of choice styles in rich,
harmonious colorings, especially desirable for
Dresses, Wrappers, Bscques, Children's Dressoa.
Cloaks, Ac.; 28 Inchea wide: colorsfaatand
doth unshrinkable. A Mid-Summer Bargain.
(Basement.)
WOODWARD k LOTHROP.
Cor. 11th and F ?ta. n.W.
Grand Mid-Summer Sale
or
LINENS AND HOUSEKEEPING GOODS
CONTINUED.
The response to this sale has exceeded expec
tations: which fact speaks volumes, showing
conclusively that the intrinsic values we are
distributing are unprecedented. We shall con
tinue the aale the remainder of the week, and
to-day call attention to the following lines of
LINEN SHEETINGS,
Imported by us, and guaranteed to be the beet
qualities obtainable for the prices:
36-inch Bleached, German and Irish Linens,
perfect bleach, durable qualities, 31c., 40c.,
45c, 50c., 56c., 62^0., 65c? 68c., 75c., 87*c.
and SI P?r yard.
40-inch Bleached. German and Irish Pillow
Case Linens, 50c., 56c., 60c. and 68c. per yard.
42-inch Bleached German and Irish Pillow
Caae Linens, 50c., 58o.. and 68c. per yard.
45-inch Bleached Gorman and Irish Pillow
Case Linens, 50c., 56c., 58c., 62H&. 68a, 75c.,
SO., sod 86c. per yard.
50-inch Bleached Gorman and Irish Pillow
Case Linens, excellent qualities, superior
bleach; 45c., 58c., 62c., 68a, 75o , 85c., 00c.,
and SI per yard.
54-inch Bleached German and Irish Plllow
Case Linens, 68c., 75., 90c., and $1 per yard.
40-inch Bleached and Unbleached Butchor's
Linens, best qualities; yet offered at the prices
35e. and 40c. per yard.
27-inch Bleached German Huck-a-Back
Linens, 33c.t 40c., and 50c. per yard.
72-lnch 8-4 Bleached German Linen Sheet
ing, heavy quality; only 90c. per yard.
81-ineh 9-4 Bleached German Linen Sheet
ing, extra value; only 90c. per vard.
90 Inch 10-4 Bleached German and Irish
linen Sbeetinre, wide range of excellent quali
ties, from coarse and heavy to fine and light, 65,
75, 85.90, #1, S1.12X, SL25, ?1.35 and 81.50
per yard.
10-4 Twilled Irish Linen Sheeting, splendid
quality, extra durable. Only S1 P?r yard.
We beg to say that our Linen goods are made,
without tow, from the genuine flax, are of a full
round thread, and bleached by the latest
Improved process, which renders the goods
whiter with frequent washings. We think we
have the largest variety of kinda and qualities
yet offered in this city, and customers who have
heretofore made selections from diminutive
stocks will no doubt appreciate tbe above exten
sive assortment. The same may be said of
damasks. Napkins, Cloths, Towels, fee.
(Basement; a commodious salesroom.)
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
j?2S Cor. 11 th and F sta. n. w.
S3
M555
CTS.
IS THE PRICE OF THEM.
WHAT THEY ARE.
They are Bonnets of fashionable ahspes
made of the finest English Milan straw, tbe
Braid aa fine as a hair; the universal price of
them 81-50, we offer them at 25 cts.. In black
and white only.
? 85555
n M&.v.
oq22 65 CTS
IS THE PRICE OF THEM.
WHAT ARE THEY?
They are Sailor Hats (Dauntless shape)
the best shape, the lightest weight sailor,
made out of Japanese Braid, tbe finest qual
ity, universal price of them 75 cts, we offer
them at 25 eta.
BELOW ZERO. '
Our extensive stock of ready trimmed Hats
and Bonnets marked way down, below z&ro,
to close.
Don't pay extravagant prices for your
millinery, but oome to us and buy them for
25ots. on the dollar.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY ESTABLISH
MXXT IN THE CITY.
r f s
*8SS
?w?:
710 SEVENTH STREET.
j*B4
A Carp.
WB WILL BENDER ALL BILLS ON OUR BOOKS
NEXT WEEK. THESE ARE DUE AND PAYABLE
JULY L 1887. WE wax. THANE OUR CUS
TOMERS TQ RESPOND PROMPTLY, AS WE RELY
ON OUR COLLECTIONS DURING THE DULL
SUMMER TO MEET OUE OBLIGATIONS* THOSE
WHO prefer to call for THEIR bills WILL
FIND THEM READY.
EARLY SETTLEMENTS WILL OBLIGE
W. M. iiHUSTER * SONS.
*3* S18P?.a*?
t ,
1 |?i? I III |[|? I ' ' sua. I I i i
A*T*UB Nattans,
HthUKjIsodtdaudDsts-lLW.
Specialties f6r the rest of the week.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S PERFUMES.
ENGLISH PROCESS SOAP.
?wws Windsor, Hoaer, Elder Flewsr,
Glycerine UA Turtle Oil-Xlb. Oakes sednetd to 10*.
?sek or ?l per d*p*i,wslLworth a trial Really fin*
plendid for tbe bath. JsSX
W ANTED?HELP.
W"ANTED-IMMEDIATELY-A MAN SERVANT,
" colored, to make hiuiself generally uaefuL Mint
?Uy nijrtita. 1731 Pt. ?v?. _ It'
Wam A8 oou
Xity. bood Ml
SUro&te It*
;n a
WANTED?AN A&TIVE YOt'
lector. M net have ib? lx?t of aecun ty.
ur to the ripht mau._ Aodreti J. M.
W ANTED?WOMEN COOKS. llOTO *25. M AIDS,
Nurse*. Lsur Ji-?**.**. Hotel JAMttrs Driver*.
Farm and Dairy Men. Man U<IX*{? '?''I'
Women Cooks for country. NATION A U Bl KAi,
613 7th au n.w.
Jv.8-3f
v\t anted-immediately-at house e. na y
Y? Yard a capable Boy. abnnt 19. \lnst b-? a go-?
milker aud well trained as a botua awvaiit. Nonj no d
y ply without bnuirinir referenda.
WANTEU-A YOUNG UNMABRIEI
T? understands fannm*; uo one ueedaiuly
well rscotuinended. Addresa P. O. Box
Station. West Washington. D. C.
Je*fccit*_
MAN WHO
n:;lees
C, iSeoneerowB
JeSS-liu
WANTED-W UITE GIRL TO NURSE AN DM ART
he self useful, references required. A^414
9th st. n.w.
WASTED - WOMEN COO
Chambermaids. Nurses an
iks
dLai
Farm
?10
Laaud
TO
*40;
citr
or away; Walter*, Driven and Farm Hands j (Colored
Men Gooka. COOMBS k BURGESS, 926 t ?U n.w.
Je28-6t?
ANTED?A WHITE CHILDREN'S NURSE.
V* thorotyrhiycompetont. w lllug to go out of the?i ty
during summer: references required. ApplvSQ?? . th
st. n.w. le--'? 3f_
WANTED - IMMFDIATELY - A WELL-RECOM
mended Colored Lkiy.of eighteen or twenty year*.
None other need call, at 1229 Pennsylvania are., up
stalra. If
WANTED-A POSITION REQUIRING C.LU85
)> attention si* hours daily to <4>?n toa ladrot good
address and fair writer; ?H weekly fo* beginning. A;
ply up stairs. 428 Ttn ?t. n.w.
It*
WANTED-A MECHANICAL DEKT18T^ TO DO
YY laboratory work, inquire at office of HOLLAND
DENTAL ASSOCIATION. -2114Hat. Je28-3f
WANTED-A NEAT COIX)RED BOY TOWAIT
YY on table and work around the house; one with
eiperienee preferred; wairee <8 and board. Ai
eii-enence preierrea: waires buu
1260 32d st. before {^Wednesday moral :g.
W ANTED - DUNDORE'8
" reau. conducted by ladies.
FMPLOVWINI BU.
, , nir-i-i" i-j ? it Men and women.whit*
and colored.for aU kinds of domMtto tabor, for j it^r and
aprintrs,with relerence. 717 M at u.w. je:.l--.<
WANTED-A MAN QUICK 1
outside principal cities, to . -
lty, responsible house. Salary f 100 to right l ...
- ' MAN L'FACTURER Supt., Lock Box
TO LEARN, LOCATED
itpremt in hi* looal
"100 to right ptftjr.
lijr. IK+1*JUW
Kelereucea.
16*5. N.Y
>27-oiAt,4w
W ANTED?AGENTS AUD CANVASSERS; EXTRA
" inducements for good men on instalment*; iroou
Mlary and cominiaslon paid in full weekly. Boom 10,
303 7th st. n.w. Je27-2P
WANTED-1N THE COUNTBY BY JULY 1ST A
aettled colored woman, to cook and assist with
wnah'n* aud ironing. Address HELP. Star Ortiee
Je27 -2t
WANTED-TWO GIRLS, ONE (1) FOR GENERAL
housework, no washing and ironiwt, and one (1)
as nurse; must stay at uigbta aud bring c ty reference.
Apply in store 1109 F st. n.w. Je'.. 1 -2t*
ANTED? YOUNO MAN WITH THREE YEARS*
experience in the drug business. riNKAUL) i?
pharmacy, 2120 14th st. n.w. Je2 < -3t*
WANTtD-^AFIRST-CLASS BARBER. Aprjy727
7th at. n.w. GEO. H. MILLER. Je'L-2f
ANTED-A GERMAN GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework. Apply 431 3d it ?.w. Je27-2t
ANTED-A WHITE GIRL TO COOK, WASH
and tron. Apply to 1520 14th st. Je27-3t
ANTED-A WHITE GIRL AS CHAMBERMAID
and nurse; Rood re I ere nee required. Sp< L at.
I n.w. ie27-2t
JANTED-YOUNG MAN TO ATTEND TO SODA
fountaiu; must have lisd some experience ana
recommended. Apply at ;?00 0th at n.w Je2 > -3t
w
w
w
well
"VET ANTED?WHITE ANO COLORED COOKS,
(male and lemsle): Housemaids. Laundresws,
Walters, Female Agents this city: Cooks. Maids, Ac.,
New York city.Raluuiore, aud Country. F. M. Bl RN
HAM, 630-032 F st. n^
V\TANTED?LADY AGENTS TO CANVASS AN
\l article for ladies' uwe, which will aell at snriit;
$10 a day easily made. SANl'lAivY M'F'G CO.,At
tleboru, Maas. Je24-10t
WANTED-LEAKIftHR FOR TltOF. CHBlSTNEK'S
new "International Tailor System ' with any inch
rnleor tape-measure alone, as all acientific tailors and
eminent I'ari". Berlin ^?ud London dressmakers cut.
Patterns cut, materials littod. baated, draped or niado.
The syt^teni Uuvbt by Mine. S. J. MKSSKR. Con
aerratory of iiodcs." 1222 F aLu.w, Waaliinvton,
D.C. je?-ow
WANTED?SIT U ATI O N S.
WANTED-A SITUATION BY A YOUNG MAN
with ftrst-clasa references: is very desirouy of em
I ployment of any kind; not afraid of work. Addrets i*.
Y. M., Star office. lt*_
WANTED-IF you WANT a COOK, MAID.
>T Waitress, Nnrw, Ijimdreca. Coschtnen. Butler,
Yalet. Waiters, Farm. Dairy:.or Labtr??r with.refer
ence*, caU at oncc. NAllONAL BLBEAU, 6i3 <th
at. n.w. Jc28-3t*
WANTED-BY A YOUTH. 18 YEARS OF AGE. A
Position aa clerk iu drugstore; naa had fourteen
months experience, and cau give beat of references.
Address F. J., Star office.
W- ANTED-^TpOSITION IN STORE. OFFICE, OR
outside employment by a young married man;
nn<lerstande bookk?e| lug and has ten years experi
ence in the trr?jccry bu?inea*. Address X., Star ouice. 1
WANTED-A LADY "DESIRESA PLACE FOR A
? respectable white jrirl for Keneral housework; ia
willing to go to the country. Call 436 6th at. a.w. It
WANTED^A LADY~DESrE8 TO~ FIND GOOD
IT homes as chambermaids or waitresses for two
worthy Irish girls, one havior lived with her for lour
years, the other recently arrived. Addreaa Mw. 1.. Star
office! Je28-3f
WANTED?AT HEADQUARTERS-POSITIONS
? tor Cooka, Chamberm Jda, Waitress Laundress,
and Nurses. Seamstress. Men Waiters. Cooks Coacli
meu. Butlers, and Valeta. COOMBS & BURGESS.
Je'JS-6t*
f ANTED?BY A YOUNG WHITE MAN. A SITU
atlon as meat cutter in a provision store._ Good
references. Address 240S Pa. ave. n.w. je2 < -3f
?%VfAjTtED?SITUATIONS FOR COOKS, THREE
Yv white; colcred chambennaida. three experienced
Invalid nurses, (place with family to Philadelphia by
n.w. Je25-0t*
WANTED-A SITUATION IN AN OFFICE AT A
nominal salary by a young man of excellent reru
I tat ion; irood iH-unian. Call on or address D. RAS1EY,
| at hia office, 938 F st. Je^o-3t
1 AWANTED-UY A REFINED GERMAN LADV' AS
Yl governess or housekeeper. can (five lessons in Ger
man, music ipianuj, pluah painting. Beat ol references.
102o 7th st. n.w. Je2?-3f
\*TANTED-A POSITION TO SING SOPRANO IN
\T choir. Mrs. W. O. LIGGET, Waterbury P.O., A.
A. Co., M<L jeUifM*
\Y;
WANTED?LOTS.
WANTED-A HALF OR WHOLE SQUARE OF
Ground in northeast section of city, located be
tween 1st aiid 11th, E and L sta. In auswenntr please
aire full description and lowest price. B. A. P., Star
office.
?\KTANTED?LOTS?THE NATIONAL CAPITALj_N
\> vestment Co., (Samuel H. Walker, president, 0.10
Louii-iana ave., next door to City^P.O.) Eliinble Prop
erti? " '
I cL
ertiea, lanre"or~amalL In "any section. prompUv pur
clxuaed if found to be a bargain* u*y
WANTED-BOARD.
WANTED? BOARD AND ROOM, BY A YOUNG
man ? reiereucee; permanent if satisfactory; (five
parti, ulara. Address G. A. M., room 30, Sun Bulling.
Je27-2t*
WANTED-MISCELLA^OUS
WANTED-ONE 51-INCH STAR BICYCLE;
\l niuat be in perfect condition and a bargain. Ad
dreas BICYCLE, Star office. 1?_
\*T ANTED-TO BORROW $4,000 ON GOOD REAL
YY estate; will only pay lc. commission Addr??s
Box 86, Star office. )e?>-.H
\lT ANTED-FURNITURE. CARPETS, 8TO V
? Feather Beds, Clothing. Watches. Guns. Pistols
and Household Effects. Higtieat cash prices paid. Ad
dress H. BAUM. 219 7th it ur J?26
iW
ANTED ? HOUSEKEEPERS TO TRY READ*
a~""
Je4-24t*
til 7 - 3d st. n.
WANTED-FOR A REALLY "GOOD-FITTING,
TV tashiouably-cnt suit of Clothes," made to order,
"coat fitted on ' betore finishing, "at a verj moderate
price," fro to ROBERT DALKIN.224 H at. n.w.Je4-24t*
WANTED?RESPONSIBLE DEALER WILL PAY
fair cash price for second-hand clothing, shoes,
Jkr as we must fill a large order troiu the West.
| oi-denf attended prouipUy. Addrcw Box 23. War
I office. _
XXTANTED-EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT WE
W manufacture all our own goods and sell them at
the lowest caah prices- on eaay terms. *!^^o"1
ity. to parties with wood referencea. sTBASBUi-GEa
A SON, Manuiacturiug CloiUiera and lailona, 1112 i
at. n.w. my^l-^m
IMPROVED CRANDALL
, , Type-writer; bost in Oie world; i*rfect spacinga;
8 differtut sU lea of type; a< Id to reliable partiea on
auiafi monthly payment*. Pureh.isera ^udc^uv^aert
wanted. General Agent, L. A. DlN?>MoRE.(.a0 St.
Cloud boilding. jei? im
\lTANTED?"VIVIANA"THE GREAT BEAUTIFY
W ii ir face tint- natural, harmless, durable; no
liquid, tio powder. Send 27c. to V. P. SCH.UIDT, 063
Saratoga sV, Baltimore, Md., and you wiU receive a
box at once. jexo-xm
Building, will pay cash for Military Bounty L^nd War
rants issued tor aarvwea in W war prwr Wthe Uet^l
lion. __
ANTED?HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOB
_ CASH
"second-hand Clothing. Watches, Guua, Pistols.
Stoves, Carpeta, Feather Beds, all kinds ot Household
Furniture. Address Box 1S6, Star Office^ ~
JeS-lm*
\Vanted-wklls spa, bored^biven and
\Y repaired; torma moderate. Address W. H. MOV
ir AT. 323 Sib st. n. e. ft1'*'?
I" . .? a.'i i>n**r nr VaVTVA VAnVfi.
A**""
leathers renoi
called fori
lilted:
KG WORKS;
mattresses made over, ear
red, iowsst prices. o?ce
i sU and K a. ft. Tale phone
sos. wyiu-ite
kno*'N tuatc,^
tori as (except
idie States andTarr
UHll-Om
?A>?.
STEAM CARPET CLl-AKING. NO
M Alai.ki. kllsa 1 "HJ A.
apM
\Y
n?n^antan*0I?? cvaa
flftacial disfiruremenu remoyad-aud a, cW
pim
, to any i
ygo-3m?
-JOjgfeWjggg. aHJSJfiiW: w.
'^7
w&isss
ifc BBO^616!*? ave. ?Pi5?
WSKSio tJE8?
H Stalls ;paa
^^3
>344-2.
WANTED--HOUSES.
WANTED-A PLACE FKOH TWO TO THKFE I
mile* iif the ritv suitable lor a ?Nm-gr a?>d
vulon store. *ith ?>> le*< than ?i? ro.<ms f.?r d*eUiiMt
puriiwr*. a No. 1 tenant for tbe place. Address M.
? _ Star office. Je2S-*t* |
\\* \NTEI>?TO PUBCHASE FOR CASH FROM
VV owner a rood N-rooat house well kcat<?d. price
from $3,500 to 94.500. J. B , Star ottr*. jr .'
ttTi)(TtlM)IbECT FBOM OWNERS^ H. ?!
11 aiiJ Lots m ?H i?ltlu?? of the city to aeli or rent
to resj<oiii"il?le i<artiea. Any property plae?\l iu vur
ban.will be liU rnlll adnrttani at <>ur exi**""".
jelS-Iln* l.KfcKS k CUN NINiWt AM. 14Q.'? F st.
IV AS IED?DIRECT FROM OWSER4 BKX'KFS
' l mid Lot? tor cs*h purchasers Auv property
plsred with as will be liWrally advertised at our ex
is use K*uii collected. Estates manned. Insurauoe
efl-cted. HOLLAND k THOMPtv >N,
)-13 1.113 r st.. Adjoitiinr Sun Bu '.n.s~
c6un? Y T*0 ARD.
A
THET.E ARK A FEW KOoMS AT CREEHMOO*.
For lanes addreaa Mrs. J. F. LOVE. Warretitou.
\ a. y!H-sr
\~\TTO\ IS NOW OFF* FOR- THE "RECEPTION
X oltu si*. For particulars apply to JOHN N.GIB
SON. Rem.d niiU L? udouu County. Vi )e2K-4t*
COENTRY BOARD. FIVE MINUTE*' WALK
.roui Br-ok?' Sta'ion, Metro.olitau Branch. B and
< ? R R Mrs. >AKGEAT ? J*.'8-3f
BOARDERS WANTED?FOR . HK MOtilHo or
J uly, August, September. PI. nty of I mil. milk,
ire ait.1 vtretsblee. .Sear Esuquier White Hull ur
Sprimni. For p irtirnl*ra ?dd.-e?.< JNO. R H\RT.
Waterloo, Fauquier County.Va., or Judp E. S. 1 IKki,
War Department. ?uliu?'I> u, D. C. J?2?-2t*
SPRING B\NK FaRV TWO MILES FROM ALEX
?nana. r* Afet-classaccommo<Uti ns rood table,
truit, loe, milk in pro: usion, kr. Terms #5 per wn k
'i rains uiet daily. Adores* Sl'lJNG HANK. Alexan
dria. Va. Jr'27-?t*
OCTET, HEALTHY SI MMF.R HOAPP; NO
place, with i bun'liet cunTcnifnt. ulDf u.n-?iroiii
Leesburr, good tabic l>o&rd for *."? i?r wiyk. Address
Mr*. M. F. TYLER. Aid1.*. Loudoun Co . Va.__ja*7-3t*
Mountain view hotel, aurora, w. va.,
Ou top the Allegheny Mountains. ;l ot>0 leet
aoove tide water. sil. udid dr.\e?. . icellem water;
rrand scenery; unsuriuu-seu cliiuate. trout tisbiur
nearby, new nou^e well lurnislicO. i la* popular re
sort will Oe opened tor reocptioii of kuosU June 1.
bl^cial ratee to iamlllee For leruis apply to
ItfMP JOHN .A. LAS lit. Prop.
PERSONS WISHING TO VI81T THE COUN1KY
can find all they desire ou moderate term*; location
ut-airable. heaitbv. pl<nty sliadr. j< ?> milk, \etfe:abloa,
fees. Address Jdks >. A. bl.vlFhuN, Aldie. Loiumun
Count}-, Va. ? )>8.V:)t*
13IR8T CLASS COCNTRY BOARD. FINE SHADE
7 milk, and mill, s.x imleo truni silver sprinjr no
bleciiou to children t*-ru.a moderate. Address MIS8
r'AWCE i T. Colesvule, Montgomery Couuty, Ma.
je^5-s,ni,tn,th,tAciit'
The lvekgreens. falls church, ya
open for summer boarders. Lanre and pleaiaiit
rooms, shady lawu, trmt, milk aud ice. No malart.
boird by the week or montlu Mrs. H. C. KA\ ilu.Nl).
Je25-:if
Bl ROUNDY HOUSE 18 NOW OPEN FOR SI M
uier Boarders by day or week. -H tuiies fr>iu Ale\
aiidna. one botira ride from tAasblmrtou. lanre bouse.
suad\ irrou. d-., iirst-claH* table; terms moderata. Ad
Mrs. T. WALSH. Alexandria, v a. Jeio-Ct*
DESllIACi.E BOAKD IN " HA^ERSTOWN. ON
'The HUL" Address Mrs. It. BULLING. Hw-rs
town. Aid. Je*^5 3t*
"J^OUB_MORE ROOMS FOR-RKNT AT~Mi.?NT
JL bjiva. three on Kecond Door; d -seu. spnuk beds,
rood shade, ice. tuilk. rood table. For further particu
lars addrwM MASON JAMES. Round lull. Loudoun
Co? Va. JCtMt
SUMMKB BOARDEUS TAKEN AT PHILoMoNT
one ot the inoet beautiful sections of \ innnia. loca
iionhirhand he.?lthv; plenty of shad'_\ fiults, vege
tables. milk aud ice. danciur pavilion, lawn tennis, etc.
For particulars apply to D. J. TAVLN Nth, Fhiloujont
P. 0.. Loudoun Co.. \ a. >elU-ro:(w
s
A FEW MORE GUES J S CAN BE AOOOMM??DA
ted at "Locust Shade." several n-<>m? vacauL in
eluding two very law, airy ones. ?iu;?i>le for parties
ol ladies or Kcutleinou: ?pr;iir wnt?-r. ice. milk, vejre
t^blea, 4c. Terms moderate. Addieas Mrs. LAtH
E.NCt; LKITil, Mouutsvilie, Loudoun County, Va.
JelS-a.tu.th.tit
BOAKDLKS WANTED AT DOVER, LOUDOUN CO.
Va. Mrs. MftJOltMICK would like a limited uuin
li 'f of lioarders; larre, pleaaaut rooms auil shad)'
Ifiovud*. Board to i?er week. Jt lS-lm
\\'E WILL REOPEN FOR SUMMER BOARDERS
t t July 1, 1887. 'lerms ironi #UU to *23 per uiatith,
accordiuir to rooms. A health> and pleasant place,
tdenty iresb milk. kc. For particulars iiddreos JNO.
P. HEAiEiv Lovettsvllle, lxiudoiui Co., \a Je2;t-tit
OUMMLU bOAltDthjT WANTED AT FARM
O House, within tnree and a hulf miles of M?-tro|?il
itau lininch B. and U 1.. It.; plenty ol xliade. luilk, and
ue. For particulars apply to H. R. BENSON, K O^
Olney. Mont.-ornery Co.. Md. 1 w*
I" ^F.OM FIRST OF JULY A FEW BOARDERS CAN
be pleasantly r- ?ooiiituodi.ted Ijj tin- Mi?*s NKALI,
?ho live very nc^r Cha|>el Point. Addres> Mm JEN
NIE NEALE, tox station, Charles Couuty, M L
Je'J^-Str ?
71 lilST-CLASS BOARD AT :MAPLE LAWN. HAM"
. lltou. Fine shade, pleasant rooms; two mails daily;
terms reasonable Apply to Mra. VIRGINIA U'EN,
Hamilton, Loudon County. Va. )e;'l-S**
^PLENDII) BOARD AT TAKOM A PARK, D.
, {5 live miles from Washington, ou the B and ?>. road .
suitable lor Government clerks, pure air; splendid
' mirinKs; terms moderate. Adilresa ul'V MOSKS
] T&koma. D. C. JeS-lM*
S" UMMER BOAKDERS WANTED AT ELM SPRING
Farm; iiiairiiint-i-ut mountain scenery; abundance
J ol shade, fruit, kc.; ten minutes' walk from di-pot;
! hrnt-class bouid. ?."> per week. Addi-ess Mrs. T. D
| MILTON, Clark's Gap. Loudoun Coiint>, Va. >-l4-lui*
SUMMER BOARDING.-MiETLE HALL, HAR
per's Ferrj", W. \a,. irreatly improvtsi by lai*e
! rustic porchea, newly laid out walks, and improved
Bbade; plenty of liesh milk, iresh ve?feiaol?-s aud
poultry, and all the fruits of tbe season. Si**-ial
attention riven tbe leeble and children. House o|s-n
June "J to September 30. Board $5 to ft) per week.
Special rates to families.
Je3-~m J. E. BURRELL. Proprietor.
i'flOMFORT RETREAT," (NEAR HARPER'S
V^Ferry.) True to name, and all advantages neces
aary to promote comfort, hr-t-clitss pat rouar solirlled
A pleasure to please. Full particulars ou application.
Xl-3iu W. M. CLARK. Keep Tryst, Waah. Co., Md.
^IRST-CLASS BOARD, EXCELLENT SPRING
water, lruit, milk, aud shade, 11 miles from Har
per's Ferry, nearest town lf> minutes walk Address,
V. S. Elrui. Keep Tryst P. O., W aabimrton Couuty, Md
niy:i-'Jmu
F
f
COU NTKY KEAL ESTATE.
IWB HENT-THE BO WEN PLACE IN AGASSIZ
Park, on Mai llxjro Road.niiies from Anacostia
Bnare, 9 r"om house, iu excellent condition, larre
krouu'ia aud oivhard. In.-h and .ieaithy with hue vi?*w
ot the city. $.!.'> per month?l?*ss by tbe year. Reter
eu<-es re?iuired. Apply to iiUFL'S H. DARBY, lYiiitcr,
1308 Pa. ave. n.w. y js-at
^OR RENT-TWO COTTAGES AT TiAITHERs
l burr, Md., on the Metropolitan Brauch.
Je'.i8-lw A. P. HILL k CO.. 1338 F ?t.
TT'iiR SALE?WE CAN OFFER TO 1MMEDIATK
J/ purchaser that beautiful place of 13)# acres. >ue
ana a halt utiles tro.u Alexandria, rood dweiliuv.
splendid water, tiarn, outhuildinrs, cisfru. all con ve
viences, 2.3<>0 tine i>ear trees, best varieties, and ot :ier
fruits soil neb. rood rrass. location healthy . in every
n4ii>ectacheap, deolraole place, euclosed by pi' set
fence; will be Mold tor $4,300. BAXTER fe M*c
GOW AN. 1008-1010 ? at Je^3-6f
FOR SALE?a valuable FARM OF 2?0 ACRES,
havinr a tine view of the city: distant 3 miles. For
aale or exchange for city property. Apply to J OS. C.
G. KENNEDk. Je2.>-6t
1X)R SALE-fiUBURBAN
' On 14th st. road, near Brirhtwood, aix acr?s of
ground, 11-room frame dwelling, stable and carria^a
uOUSt.
At LAureL Md., Gothic Frame Dwelling, 11 room*,
corner lot about oue acre of rround. alao, opposite cor
ner. one acre rround. at low tirure.
On Harewoo<i Road, near Soldiers' Home, quarter
acre rround, new two-stonr and attic Ira me dwelling,
nine rooms; new earn aire-Louse and stable. fjo.000
Je23-lW TYLER k RUTHERFOKD, E st n.w.
170RSALE-COLONIAL BEACH LOTS. COTTAGES
J7 From ,">0c. upward. Some choice on river, lieeda
drawn, acknoule>i.red and racorJed; taxes K. H.
EVANS, Notary Public, Commisaiouer oi Deeds for all
States and Tern tones, 1321 F st. J.-J.>-3t*
1X)R SALE-THE BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE Op
posite the "Herbert House." in the town of Laurel,
M(L; two minutes' waik from depot; 28 trains stop
daily; will sell on easy terms. Address
PHEl^PS 4 SHAFFER, Laurel Md.,
Or, T. D. BOND, 12.> Penn ave..
Je25-7t* \Naahuir<oti. D. C.
W ANTED?A FURNISHED HOUSE IN I H ECOUV
" try, not far from the city, lor three mo .tlis; must
be completely lumiahed aud in iierlect ord< r.
HILL k JOHNSTON,
Je25-3t 73? 15th st. n.w.
Yy AN TED-TO PURCHASE FOR~CA^H SMA1X
li placaanywhereouta.de of boundar) uot to ex
ceed 9800 or 91,000. Call 307 North Carolina avenue
jc2o-3i*
ae.
T?OR SALE OB TRADE-HANDSOMEST COT! AGE
i at Colonial Beach; ten rooma. lanre lot with vege
tables, fruit, and flowers. At much leas than building
cost. WALKER * W1I.80N, 1000 Fat. Je2o-3t
F)R SALE?t iN BLADENSBI RG PIKE JUST BE
yond Boundary. 10,000 leet ol rround with house,
barn, kc. Suitable for florist or dairyman <2..">00.
Easy terma. WALKER k WILSON 1000 Est. Je25-3t
TX)R SALE-AT HYATTSVILLE?A PRETTY COT
M. tare, in rood location, hirh rround. nhad-. rood
watar iu the yard. Sold on easy tei ma. Price ?2 OOO.
Apply to W l.SCOfT. WILCOX k WINE. )e-Jo-at
IsoL SALE? i ABMS.
100 acres, with improvementaJn Montgomery Co,
Md, 0 miles from city, price 915.000.
200 acres, with improvements, iu Montgomery Co.,
Md., 10miles from city; pnee il.VOOO.
225 acres, with improvements, in Prince Qcone's
Co., Md.,7 miles from city; pnee 985 i-er acre.
458 acres, witli improvements, iu Pnuce Georgv'a
Co., Md.; price 925 per acre, or will exchanre for City
property. TILER k RUTHERFORD, 12-ti F at n. w
ie25-Iw*
TX)B SALE?A GOOD FARM NEAR WASHINGTON;
J?2~0acree; good buiidiurs; within two miles of
kalls Church. \ a. A rrcat barrain. R. A PHlLLiPb,
1428 New York ave. jetf5-lm
HYATT8VILLE-LOTi IN THE HOLLADAT
Company's addition (baae-baU rround and lots
aojoininr) at prices according to location. Ten per
oeni cash; balance 910 i>er month. Inquire oi W. A.
BARTLET'l, cor. 7th and F ata Je22-1 w*
T?0B SALE?535 ACHES OF LAND. FRONTING
JT on both sides Conduit Road, stretchiug from
Bixwke Park Hotel to Cabin John Bi idre. and fronting
an canal, improved by rood country house and out
houses. Price, 930,000; one-hall cash, balance one
i Mid two years, 6 per cent.
I JOHN E. MEALL * OO
Je20-2m 1321 ? at
TX)R HALE-SIXTY CHOICE 8F.LBCTIOKR OF
r email homes ol from one to ten acrea; Improved
I and unimproved, vriihtn from ona-kalf mile to three
miles of the dty; very cheap, and on> torms.
I C?ll or aend lor circular. T H SXPHEEd k CO.,
1007 Fat. )ell-3m
FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS
fOK HEN'l-STAllLX IK 1LLEV UTVUIil
and K, and 12th and 13th ata., for 3 hnwei and 3
aarriagea, eoackiuan'a room. fee.
J. W. P. MYEB8 k?OJt
>25-3t? ltiw NewYarfe ave.
E0R RENT?a GOOD STABLE IV HEAB OF
1502 13th et., will accommodate two Loreaa and
gr'a&?8risa.'g
RENT?8TABLE?IN BEAR Of ISLt JT ST.;
r'lSirTtirsafe.'^'gitg'.,
>R BENT?"LEARN TYPE-WBITIKu." 77
Machinaa rented at ?5 pee mtm+vaA aoM aa
FOR RENT?ROOMS.
. -j ??? _ - . ;?
rent rorn nick u n f i km?hkd
' nwaw eoatb fmi' in * quiet tauiil) at thraa
lalt*. Ju?t oppoait* oovorauieiit i>?i?riii">n rent
iood< ret. . Inquire at 7S H ?? ? w. jel?8 Ot__
F<?* RENT-28 ORtNT PI 1 " rfnM<H1 r>"
law, plettaeul. ti roeWtlnkow, trout room . third
floor. with or wit?H>ut board y -Jp
I job uext-tw..ri>*? rvrt'i'MnHfn hih>m-?:
r pUMltl and hvattor.. ITiV?v (au.lly u.>4*
?i^TWrtuu. a 14 tiili a*. a ? KM-lt*
I"S0lt BBNT -1 HRF.E 1URNIKHF.P or UNFl'R*
uiabed third floor rooni*. toother - r *e|>ar* ?ly In
l>nntU family: rhutt lor th? lunuuft itTif i 2U?
at ?w. ? ?
Fan r.rvT itrvFA tarue. ha n i> *6 m e.
fre*l11 > fiuiahxd Arwl and s?-c. ud-fl?>or rooma. > anl.
cellar. mod. n.ra . rood neighborhood. dmi .-at-*. l>a
i?rtii^uto. ouot, plea-am h^ihfui u country for
?uiuuier. raf. iw-ucea 30? M et. n w. It*
tOR REST?OHE NEATLY FURNISHED HOOlIi
iiMou* lanre ?fniM wum, at me Tin ?? &
w. >WK-3t?
Ijioli RENT?TWO-HTURY UKKE. HAT
' window taeniae. 7 rooui* *11 in- . r.i Imi r y?i ,. pt?
itwii y ard. tiwiu lor kUU?. rmt a .0. key at m U
?t. . )e?* *
1X>R~ RENT-170S 1 ST. N W.. C> >N N IVI ICE f
it? and iarm. two laive . n um.?'. .1 i i? ? th
j traa. .ath, be.. both with |>riv 1. ?rt-liybt bmiarkeap
| in*, trout rot ui. $U. tue oih-i #7 )e8S 3t*
j m^ORREST-lHKI E I'XH KNIsHFP R?.K>8>0*
! .T eeccnd floor, amiable tor lurlit liouaekeepnig . eou'h
' trvnUwilb bath and ma. will rent U> aduT-a inly.
Apply 1819 H et.a w. mySI-Awr*
F' r?R RENT?T w o UIOC riKLOM vi,h |i9
HliHk'Mon 1 t floor. wuuWi' for phyn. iatt'a offt.-a,
I Uuf urniabed. (20 Two 2d floor
turm*hed rtx'iut,
| parlor and bedroom. ?20 S31 14'.bat n w. )ev.'S M*
IjoR RENT TO OOin Tl V AST. RITl'Ut\ U1N
ititf Room. mil Parlor*, parti) tunuahed ?t i.. i
| tial rent, irom July lat t?. Oc.ober lat. at lJJ'fK l 'tb
auti w rr,terf>ncMC\<-b?Mr>si
1X>K RKNT 4 I NEl BShUll' UN htC
oud Mr, with pnv?i? bath v'O'.T 1 at n w
| 1X)H RENT-TWO LAEOK. NEWLY-Ft'RMHHf n
: r H(K?ut al?u ball rootn . 4r6M Mtaa<<un a\e :U*
1>)ll KENT ~AN E -TIRE LU?r.K 1 L?H>R OF
tt.nr lioouio, uufurtiiitifvl. for h?u?'kf>-i" - .
aUl" for a wfutleiuau atiil wit*; norb.Mreri. ooi vi-uu ut
li?-i?rliL> >rli.OiL iOUti UUt at., krar Naw York af?.
1MB UtXT-A K 1 an fCRKlKHEU ROHM ?'N
. MHMiid floor, with f.x and uae ot i>ath h-it and
1 < nld vuler. aultabi* lor a ft?nU?tuau. ,.t J Itfth ?u
I>iice.?i0. jrJb-Jf
I foil RENT-THREE* TNKl KNIslO I? Ri H VS.
with li<t and n lit t?th and all liuni in.)* . ??-> u|>i< 1
1 I j Dr. L li Raiikui. woo m moiuviiw to i.ai">t li, >.
| 1'oatMniuD KIWI l>>t July. A deairabU' luati. n lor a
i>hyaiciau oi for oth?-i uiuinca Ai>ii> t. Ml.> L
IRA-ELMAN. H04 11th *t. u w.. r< r. I at .ic.s-.lt*
I' Ntli RENT - THREE LAMM CNFrRNIMMEO
rooius. auitalil<> for li. UNfk.?Tia?r. ? ? l>1 tioor;
ndtiK North and bouth. very amrable. 3-"- (' at a
I
*?.
aJH :?f
f:
?LX>R RENT?TWO FEE thAN 1 <XIM Ml Nli.Ai I S"?
X ifc'dn-oiiia, MN-oud ftory. ?lii>rl} or ru emi< n A
cra conveiiiMicea, ai.iouUitl WaUoU. 1411 1U>. ?1?
l^latnl av?. ? J'.7 .i*
IJOU KENT?ONE KrRNIBH P? R' K)M < 'N -F? < 'NI>
floor, mutable tor out- ..r t?-> #r*?nil?-iii?,.1. \ .
j l>ouLiie Earior, 1 aruiahed or uutumianed HJ.'. utL
JeV.-7.tM
I^OR KENT AT 710 10TH ? I. N ? . FTTRNIsHI !'.
. a acouud-floor trolit R.h ?u aiid third th?or lkt< L witU
j cr MitUuut lioard. Merruom riiliaiuml yj.>t*
1JOR RENT - THRI E I Nt> RKIMHEI) UiX
. coiiveuieiit for LouiM>k?*-j'iii|f. lnrluallif rusi**.
; *10. pirutyot aUudc. d<-lnr.itlm 1 <oaUoii );'iib>t u.
?? -t*
1" ^OU SEMI-THREE CNFT RNI8HEI> tlH Ml,
kTi'ixi loi-utl u . kiatalii*- tor u?nt i>. ua> K . .
' #10 Ingum- itlli e at. n e. jr ?. -.'f
1>?K RENT?Fl'RNIsHED RoOMS, WITH h X< K
. lent lable ltoajil OlitTnl location, boua> k i'l by
a Kt-ittuoky lady. . V!8 Mtn at n. w. y u7-.:t*
1>OK KENT t*NiTRElnHEU. IO AIM1.1S I vw.
beauuiul commuiitcatilitf r<>oiu* alio a? ov?-, ao i.d
1 tool , saii.e, ti.iro ttoor. bc? brn k twy window h aw.
eeutraliy iocatMi. and convt'iib nt to iwu uimrim-t
cara. llut)t>tUal. n w., retcri iuoe J?-WT-jlt*
1J?|R RENT-AT GREATLY RFDl'l KI) TEKXIS
lor HUUiiiitr niontli>. 1730 iianuicliua?tta m.?
| auit?**ol aiMUtinentM, o|*tnuir both north aud^ontb.
cool and airy. Api>ly on the i>tvmiaea. XiTT-IK*
1' KENT?440 G KT. ti.M_ UHMMIlt NEW
EcUaioti othcc-. In cxcelluiit loiaiit v . cool, any .
Uiosly turniki.ed Munu, uu brat, ?*coiid ai.d thud
' floura, at suiuiutT raUa. j*vi j-.li*
I^OR RENT?LARGE,~Ct?OL .KSt> W KL.L 1 I R~
nifdted room*. ats-ond ator> ipu and 1* ni. privat*
: laiml \ . board, U dealretl. t'^u ywr luonlU, loan ai.ti
*it?>i3j. 10^5 7th kt. u.w.
lMflk KFM-lWu I'M 1 KNIMU DBOOIli WITH
1 all liu|>roveiiieiiU uud butli tub. conveiiiri.t to (.nia
aid liiAi kut. Ai'i'ly at MOU V'OUi at. u w Jeko.3f
,'UK RENT-W1TH RoARD- VWOINI fKNISIil U
coininuiiiiatiiiir room* on iwuiiil floor. > ne l ot
roui taclUK aoutii on park. Ver> dc?iral>ie. 4l*t?tiaU
u.w. ;?t*
14X?"rRENT-LARGE7cO~MMEMi a 1 IN". I M I K
. tilebfd Eari'-r* ou **>?? oud floor . bay window 11 'lit;
bath on wune UjoT. 4^3 4Ui at. u.w., ooyoaitf ( ark
i&o-ar
1^0K RENT-4*l 4TH 8T K~W~~FOrR F1R
J nuhnd Roouia, .me *.*>, two $H. one handaoinclf
turniahed, on aoroiid floor, ?lf; for the auuib ^r. ? >..J
and |>leaaaot. Oppoaiu- City Hall |<a. fc Jr.'.Vlt*
IX?R~RENT tiiTfFkNTsHEK I WO Jl? M oKV
coiuniuiilcatintr roouia, wiui 1*) wtnuo* ano al
cove : cau ua< .iiuniK loom auu kiu n. u lor iiyjt Uouae
keciautf. Herdica i>aaa th<; door, call alter i J a Ui or
before O t>. iu. 1714 loth .E y&.t-jf
1?UH BENT?11?'J 11JH ST N W.. PI MhABI.S
. auite ot Kootna, turumh'U or ui.fiuui.-b-M. on nral
or aecood floor. Alao, plnaaant Kooin? 01.' i.nd tlooc,
Ref?-renc?* exch&nfud. or would lent whole L >uae.
Je^o-lni
i~ j"OR~REN'T?P18 14TH BT .'orKH T 1 fhANK
linl*ark. lai*?*. cool and nicely ti.nn>h? i r oii.a;
aiutfle or en auite. tratiaifi.ia a<< ouiniodat d Jc'iiJt*
1>OR RENT ? THO LARGE OiMMl Mu 1 1NG
rooma. uioely funoahod. to adiuta tor the auinuit r.
very cheap ApolyUlo. Peuua ave. yev.? :ti
FOR RENT-*Ft'KN1SHLU ANIiTNEThMsUED
Rooma, aiuirle or en auite. aanitary (ilumuuMrt
oouth front: beat of Table Boerd, reien 1...-* 1
cliautfed. 11211 at n. w. 3r*
yOK KENT-TWO OOlllft'NICATlNG E"-,\;s.
J hint flo r, turnioheu or uniunnahed, tiu-?,~e an I
airy, cheap if taken at once. I.1I8 G at. n w , cup
Epiphany Church JeS5-3t*
1X>R ~ RENT- TNFPRN18HEP~ TWO FRONT
Rooma July lat. and ? ue Mda room, with pnvaie
bath, on nocond floor, for fllfc . 0111 imrire front r in on
; lii*t floor, with two ou third floor, * 1 'J t,l~. .'1st
: eu u w. Je?.. :st*
I ['OR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. Al 11-4 L
et. nw. near Portlund and Uauitltou. en auite or
j aniKiy . tiint and third fioora, or ei.tire hou-? lor r nt,
(uruiahad. )e^6-3t*
130R REN r^FKONl HALE HFT'R' "iM.
and part of a Ur/c trout rooui. OO. alao, a luuid
' eoine Iron: parlor auitablc for eiecpiutf or otf > e 1 ri e
* 1 1110 r et. Je i."? .W
I^OK RENT?WITH BOAi.I' \ND
uufur. front rooiita, (MH'onu an<l thir<l floor* ho uae
new. air chum tier over third etory: liorUierofi.mil>.
K<?h1 heme table: (retiueineu prelerrcO; reiarviace* < !?
clianired : HO- L at. n. w. Jt'.'4 1w"
130K KENT?lfl6 tThT. N.W.. a" HANDaoilEET
funn*h?l Suite of Room* ou nc nn ! tl- .r. ? t,-.?
n.eut to pniK 11?1 hoteia. will be rented duritir *tim
mer at reduced latea. J<-4-lit*
i.X>K KENT?IN the" HIGHEST. OOOLEMT AND
r most de.-ir?ble j.art of the city, near Am <-iihicih
church, acveral liewiy and handsomely lurni.-ti-l,
laive, airy KooUia, for (roniieineu only. li.ouir>- at
1130 12 th8U11.W. jmli 1 w*
|X)R RENT ? COOL DELIGHTFUL. HANI?
J aomely tnruiahed iwuma. with or without board at
aumiuer price*, at 1421 K at. Geutleuien i-referred.
Je22-tit*
1" ^OR RENT?FPRNISHED, HF'aCTIFI'I. H'MM f R
Room*, bay wtndowa in erery n?>in . c. mer hou-e.
new; aouth andeatt trout, rtitsrencea royiuied. llol
K at. n.w. ye7i<?
1X)H RENT?FURNISHED AN1> UNFURNISHED
ROOHS.
Larg-i', lurht. and airy iTI- ea rnaaonahle. Transient
li >dtrintr. , o' ?? .. 7.jC.. and 41.
THE CLINToN H< ?E>E, h Ji), h-.'4. S'_?S 7U>
st. n. w Mam eutraiu*, KtltS 7th at.
Street cam pass the d .or to all parte ol the city.
OPEN ALL NluHP. JeS :im
I^OR RENT-THE LIVINGSION, l.J I H ST., 1 LW
door* above K at. and Franklin Park New arid at
tractive honee. Hi?rh and beautitul 1'xat'on Pleaa. n^
LiandiKiiiiely-funuehcd rooma. 'lableol auperior yiial
ity. Tranaient and table boardera accotninotiateX
Moderate pneea. 'leletihoue ill 1 -3 my 4-2m*
FOR RENT?STORES.
1J?OR RENT - STOKE ROOM, *1*4 7TH SI N kk.
tor term*, inquire at the A; othecary, next door.
_
t^OR RENT??TOKt AND CELLAR, 40*~ 12 I H
at,, 1 door from p. unaylvania ave.. ala> roou.s j
id 12that
l a*e . cor
uiy4-2m
and u, 1st floor bulldinir <-omer Pa ave. and lJthat.
Apply ko JAMES Y. DAVIS' SONS. USUI Pa. ate . c*.
12U> at. uiy4-2n.
FOR RENT?OFFICES.
DOR REN'l?OFFICES, UNFURNISHED ROOMS
X and rooma fur atorajru?elurtbly located oppuaita
City 11 ail and Park, 424 SUi at. u w Mra. L II EL
LICIT Typewriting and oui>ymig. biU^tai loir
work niarau ured. jr3i
X)K BENT?FROilT OFFICES IN~ST9~7TH *f.
F
u.w, aeoond floor, lai*e rooma. well llrhtad.
? ? J0HNST0M.
jc2o-3t iJti 1 jit 11 n.w.
"I^OR BkSt?OFf ICE ROOks- lHK~ ENTIRE
X Uiird floor of 131U 1 at., adwiuiua bun Ruiid.nd.
from Jnly lat. Apply W KILKk DELbLE. j?.'u-lui
FOB KENT?TWO NICE Ot FICE K<?oMK LOWER
floor. ?33 F at. n.w., after July 1. 18sf7al p?r
uiouui, by lha year. Will papur ana paint alid iImjt
ouirhly renot ate rooma
_ _ JOHN E. PEA EX k CO.,
JaT^m 1381 F at. n.w.
LOST AND FOUND.
Lost-small black i>og. ujth collar and
va?. ana ware name -*B:lU.n Finder llWraliy r?
w^rdad by retuminif muu? to 404 lat aw a m. ye2S-2t*
LOST - TWO ENGLISH GREYHorNDS. ONI
uiouaa-colored and one brlcdie. anawer to uamea
01 'Punch" and "Judy " Fleaae return to 811 Stn "k
n. w.^ and receive liberal rewar<l It*
IXJCND-ALAKGE WHITE HETTER DOtirwiTH
. lurht red ear* ltiquire any time . fter 5 o < lock p
Uu on bpnmr at., near 14Ui~ at.. Mount Pleasant.
TH08. JONL8. If
f OST-ON JUNE 27, 1887, LARGE FLY SCARF
EJj In. on lltb, H, or >?* Vork ava A libtr-1 re?-ni
ivr ita return to 80S ilth at n.w. ^yt2S-4t
?'>OUND^OM~8Al LRDAk. JUNE ~2 j, A GOIJ?
Bracelet. Cail for property at ?09 12th at n w.,
tweeu 4 and U p.m. 1'
d&K REWARD LOST, ON "'SUNDAY. THE 2?1 H
mat., locality unknown, an Ovai wtii* lop^a
In a irold aetUUy ? uaed aa a watt* chariii. l ne
ijoder will raoaive the aWye raa??i?u
lO'JH 8th at. n.w. or at IKJK Peon, ave Jf* ?
OS 1 -JUNE 24. A SMALL BED
J Cow, lonir lt?4wa If r?-ff ed *0 Mra
1 V at aw., a i.boral reward will be riven. Jeio-df
u
LOST?A SMALL MASONIC FIN. ? GH*LV VAL
uad for Italian, Tibet 12th and *latata.oa
t or Fauna, ave. tinder will be euiuuwy rewarded Uf
laavuw aame at 8101 Peaaa av*. jeaj-jf
PKK60NAL.
1 8UIKBV WAi.K AL1. WHOln MOT TO UU
V""" - "* ""iko. i BTLBC8.
/\8 ACWOOT or TUB HKiTT DEMAKD PK.1
1/ aa we are now prepared m m tub vwiua tor
Genu' Second-hand CMthtwr. Aodreaa or .all at
JLsTM s uw srnnd. 818 O av. n-w. pli lm
1VIL~SSVI<S EXAMINATION QCESTIOVC
l 8and *? canta to baokaiuna or to
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