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THE KYEMNG STAR.
WASHINGTON: TMSD1V a?July 1#, 1SR7. CBOSBT S. JIOTES CAltar. HwSrralM mar ha* m rraalar. pemiaaeat fcena fide dailr flrralalloa mare than frekia ?bat af ?bt allirr daily paper published la WaalilB<ton. and mark grrnlrr than that rt ike other dailr paper* here added te?rthrr. The*" a V> leave the city during the summer can Hate The .mar mailed to them fa* any length of time, emd the addrett changed as often at desired. The ratiKrii l on must be invariably paid in ad ran re. It Is not true, as has T?een claimed, that the streets of the city are better swept and kept cleaner generally than uw'.er previous contractors performing the same service. If human observa tion, experience, and testimony are worth any thing, the reverse of this assertion Is true. This, however, is doubtlesn due only in part to defective machinery or inefficient service in the ptreet ?weeptru department. A very large proportion ot the dirt lying upon the streets and the flying dust complained of every day by merchants and bousei keepers, as well as by those obliged to be out of doors, comes from the wretchedly careless manner la which the**; engaged In carting dirt from new buildings an<: other excavations ire allowed to perform their wort Here Is a pr int where the supervision and authority of the .District officials might very properly be exercised. Hardly a single cart engaged in ibis work is as free from large cracks and holes as it ml^ht be, and where any are found In decent condition their loads are usually piled so high that a .arge portion is shaken over the tall and side boards when the cart is in motion. The result is that nearly every cart thus engtged leaves a thick trail of dirt on the streets from the point where it is loaded to the place of deposit. Now, there is no excuse, as there Is no necessity, for this state of things. It Is ob servable that loads of coal in transit are rarely spilled In large quantities on the streets. The presumption Is that If dirt from cellars, etc., were as valuable as coal, measures would be taken by those engaged In transporting It to prevent Its loss. At all events, the coal business shows that spilling from carts can be avoided, when desired, and it ought therefore to be prevented. Our Im pression is that there Is already In existence a regulation to this effect. If there is, it ought to be enforced. If not, one should be framed and put Into operation at once. More may hang upon the course of the repub lican state convention In Ohio with regard to the proposed resolution approving Senator Sherman'3 Presidential aspirations than appears on the surface. It Is said that Mr. Sherman threatens to withdraw from next year's contest unless the con vention endorses him this year. Such a step on his part would materially change the political conditions throughout the country. The deaths ot Grant and Arthur leave Sherman about the only lt>rmldable candidate to go before the national convention In opposition to Blaine. Many men who, regarding him as having earned this honor by his public services, have forced back their own ambitions, would, upon his retirement, step to the firont and contest the prize. The live or six can didates whose nam^s we now expect to see on the tally-sheet of the convention would then swell to a dozen, considerably obstructing the operations of that body, and possibly adding to the number ot malcontents who would refuse to accept Its arbitrament as final. On the other hand, Sher man's withdrawal would leave a way open for Governor Foraker to enter the Held of national politics?an event whl<*h a good many long-headed prophets are predicting now-a-days, and for which the Governor himself Is by no means unprepared. The news from Toledo will be read with more at tention in all parts of the country, therefore, than the chronicle ot a state convention has received lor many a day. The clouds that sheltered the city from the direct rays of the sun, and the little breeze that kept the foliage In motion this morning, afforded a grateful change from yesterday's frying tem perature. The heat has been not only very great, but also unusually prostrating In Its effects. The ordinary Washington summer sun draws copious perspiration but seldom strikes. Yesterday, how ever, cases of prostration ran up close to a score In number, and Ave deaths are recorded. But the sua has been deadly everywhere. In Pittsburg, where the thermometer lagged a good many de grees behind ours, there were seventeen deaths trom the heat up to noon yesterday In a popula tion just about the same as ours. Richmond, with s population perhaps one-third as large, had six fatal cases. Cincinnati, with a population some what larger than Washtngton, had twenty-six prostrations and six deaths. Other cities furnish like contrasts favorable to Washington. It Is to be hoped that the superlatively hot wave Is now ebbing, and that the period Is over In which the only possible approach to coolness Is found In contemplating the superior heat and more fatal sunstrokes of others. Dr. Tanner?not he of fasting fame, but the noted Irish home-ruler?has now made It pretty well understood that he does not seek the society of torles; that It exasperates hlrnto have them thrust themselves Into his company uninvited, and that when badgered he is apt to lose his tem per and become abusive. The language he Is re ported to have used In the lobby of the bouse ot commons last Friday In order to get rid of Mr. Walter Hume Long wa3 considerably more forci ble than elegant, and he might properly be re buked by the house for his needless vehemence. The Idea, however, of suspending him from his functions as a law-maker, and leaving his borough unrepresented In parliament because he allowed his temper to get the better of his tongue In a pri vate conversation with a fellow-member for whom he entertained an undisguised dNi^ust, approaches very near to tyranny, if the outburst had occur red within the chambers during a session, there would have been more sense In the talk about sus pension. As it Is, there la no excuse for It. It 19 profitable to be the medical adviser of an imperial family. For two visits to the crown prince in Germany and for the directions for his treatment given from England Dr. Mackenzie hands In a bill for more than thirteen thousand AoUare. Medical attendance upon American sov ereigns happily does not come so high. There Is a volume of grim satire in the bestowal of such a name a3 " the christian Home" on an Institution for wayward boys like that at Hum boldt Park, I1L, where they put heavy iron shackles on the feet of a twelve-vear-old lad and feed him on potatoes and water as long as he behaves him self well. SEPARATORY To IjNLAl'.GING. Within * few wwks we shall lose, owing1 to the taking down of west wall. a trr?-at deal of the counter and shelf room we nuw have. Aa we have not had since the opening of the utore half room en^u*ch, it does not require much ealculatioa to shew that our stock must be re duced to lees than half iu present sue. there, fore sweeping redncti..na will be made through oat the enure afc>ck, thus offering purchasers anch an opi>ortunity aa we think never before occurred, inasmuch as our stock is not the accu mulation ot years, but Is entirely new and frtah. GEORGE SPRANSY. Jyl4 434 SEVENTH STREET. Study Your Interest. Buy your DRY GOODS and CARPETS where yon can aava from 15 to -U i*r cent. Wear* poa.uvely aellin* every ARTICLE at prime The Grand Clearing Sale, which commenced Mon day, July 11, will continue ten days louver, after that tints all foods will be Sold at regular prices. How is the time to boy fresh, seasonable rood* at whnlaaali yrwea. JOHNSON. GARNER k CO., ?:ie Pa. are., near 7th at._ k STHMA. NrrRADGlA. PAKALYSIS. HYSTERIA ^nSerrous Prostration. Rheumatism and all diseases ?aocasjjfally treated without medicine, by W. T. PAR aJkH. Magnetic Hea.-r. t.'U loiii it u. w. OtBcs hours uu CiJUAUitatioii tree; will Tinii ptueiiti. Tbult A Baboaik Fiaw FIXE EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS. Otic* a year our Belfast Manufacturers gather together all the Slightly Imperfect Hand-Em broidered Handkerchiefs aod iendi them to us at a ridiculously low price as a "Drive." This year ther hare come la the Bargain Time, and we unhealtatingly call them the cheapest lot ever offered la our store. They include all Handkerchiefs thrown oat by the overseers for the least imperfection, each ss pin-holes la the body of the linen, errors of learners io following the patterns, drawn threads, mistakes io color, fee., fcc. As fine Embroidered Handkerchief! an carded mote aa an ornament than for use, and aa the imperfections u meat caeee are very slight. la fact, not perceivable while ia use, we think our customers will be pleeetd to bay them at the prlcee named, i Half, and greatly lees than half the pvlce aeked by as tor the same goods when perfect. We hare divided the stock iftto three lota, as follows, and hare conspicuously displayed them on a center counter in tront of the Handker chief Department, main floor, front of Cashier's Desk: LOT 1. Ladies' Fine Sheer Linen French Hand-em broidered, Scallopped-edge Handkerchiefs, em broidered in White, Colors and Black. Bold in perfect goods at 73c., 87*c? and #1. CHOICE 37*c. EACH. LOT 3. Ladies' Pure White Sheer Linen French Hand-embroidered Scalloped-edge Handker chiefs. Handsomest styles yet shown this season in regular goods. Sold in perfect goods at #1.12*, #1.25, #1.37 H. and #1.50. CHOICE, 60c. EACH. LOT 3. Indies' White Superfine Sheerest-quality-of* Linen French Hand-embroidered Handker chiefs, lacy patterns, 1 to 3 inches deep. Sold in perfect goods at 92.50, #2.75, $3, f a50, #4, #4.50, and #5. CHOICE, 90c. EACH. Theee go on sale Wednesday morula*, July 80. WOODWARD ft LOTHBOP, Corner 11th and F (ta. n. w. OxLY Tex Ssllinq Days BEFORE WE TAKE INVENTORY OF STOCK. Seaaonable goods at half-price is good read ing; eo good. In fact, that we expect oar an nouncements to be closely followed from now on. We are marking Tall-Ends of Summer Stock at pricee calculated to cause their instant disposal, NEWS IS SUITS FOR MI98E8, CHILDREN AND LADIES TO-DAY. 1 lot of Children's Fancy Batiste Suite. Sizes 4 to 10 years. Were #2150, #2.76, :#3? #3 26 and #3.50. Stock-taking Price #L7& 1 lot of Children's Fancy Seersucker Suita, 4 to 12 years. *'or? $2.75, (3.25 and #3.75. Stock-taking Price #1.90 I lot of Children'a White Suits, aiaes 4 to 10 years. w?re #6, #7, #8 and #9. Stock-taking Price #4.50. 1 lot Misses' French Gingham Suits, with combination of fancy pique. Sizes 12, 14 and 16 yeara. Were #10. Stock-taking Price #5, 1 lot ef Children's White Pique Suits, sizes, 6, 8 and 10 years. Were #7.50, #8 and #8.75. Stock-taking Price #5. 1 lot of Misses' White India Linen Suita. Sizes 12,14 and 16 yeara. Were #5.50, #6 and #6.50. Stock-taking Price #4. 1 lot of Ladies Fine Sateen Suite, black and white figures. Sizes 32 to 42. W?re #6.50, #7 and #7.50l Stock-taking Price #5. 1 lot of Ladies' White Lawn Wrappers, yoke of fine all-over embroidery. Sixes 34 to 40c. Were #5 aod #6. Stock-taking Price #3.75. NOTE?We hare opened another 500 of the All-wool Cashmere Shawls, la cream and car dinal, worth #1.25. only #1 each. (Third floor.) WOODWARD * LOTHROP'S, . frlP Cor. 11th anfl F eta. n.w. FFF A WW N CCO Y Y F AA NWNOO YY f tA Ujf e - TT O o A A N NN CCO PPP FEB RRR COO A L l*Ml ?SSV w L |rb? 80 n I |> Q ? EEB K B ccc A^A rr.r.i. gga 2. Early la the season we laid in a large stock of Fancy Percale Shirts to sell at #1 each?and exoellent values they were at that price. One pair of cuffs, one stand ing and one turn-down collar go with each shirt. THE PATTERNS ABE GOOD, and they fit perfectly, but somehow they more alowly in comparison with finer grades of Percale Shirts to be found here. Why la this? that's whet we want to out, and to that end we have marked them to sell from now on at SIXTY-FIVE CENTS EACH, and see if that will more them. Here's an opportunity to purchase a perfect-fitting Fancy Percale Shirt, with one pair of cuffs and two collars, for leas than it cost to produce it. Take one or a dozen. They're marked to selL BOYS* PERCALE SHIRTS, with one pair of cuffs and two oollars to saeh shirt, that we're been sailing at 50 centa each, are now going THREE FOB A DOLLAR. We mean business here. When we advertise an arti cle it is for sale. You'll find it bare ntilses you're too late. We dou't limit you to one of a kind. In fact, in this particular case we shall not sell LESS THAN THREE boys' shirts to any patron; those three will coet Just #L Bargains like these won't last long. If yon want any now is the time. SAKS and COMPANY, OUTFITTERS, frl9 SEVENTH and MARKET SPACE. I^EOROE LUA. PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, .V* '.!!**et a specialty of (he repair of Ohrouometere. UMiKTees aud Repeating Watches; also Music Boxee. Mr. LL A baa been employed for the laet seventeen "i? Ji." ,lne ln the leading factories of Switzer land and Oeriuany. * ill call for work, or do the same your house. Address 2IX B si n.w. Jjt A Card, A PROMPT SETTLEMENT Of ALL accounts RENDERED JULY 1 WILL BE appreciated BY W. M. BHUSTRR ft SONS, Jyie 919 Pa. av? For Comfort. Oentlemen can wear nothing that Is mote so Jaconet Drawer*. New lot opened thla morning. 03c. per pair. AUsiasa. " trIA W* ^ fr70 935 Pa. ave. Je Ca IluTCHIWSOW. MILLINERY at orkatly REDUCED PRICES. white surra, Elegant styles. Lewot fttem LACES. DRESS TR1MMXWAS. FOSTER KID GLOVES, #L00 Par upwvd. yVJ PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. Where Is The M.an that is not looking i or ward to and longing fob "some boundless OONTIGUITT OT SHADE" OB FOB ANT OTHIB COOL SPOT? NOT EVENT ONE CAN FIND IT, NUT EYEBY ONE CAN FIND THE NEXT BEST THING, TO WIT, COMFORTABLE CLOTH ING. WHEN A THIN COAT, GENTEEL IN STYLE AND CUT, CAN BE BOUGHT FOB 50C.. THEBE IS LIVLE REASON FOB ANY ONE TO BE UNCOMFORTABLY DRESSED. WHEN A SEERSUCKEB COAT CAN BE HAD FOB 91.50, OB A HANDSOME NEW STYLE OF THIN COAT AND TEST FOB S3, THERE IS LITTLE EXCUSE FOB WEAR ING WOOLEN. AND BIGHT HERE WE WANT TO EMPHASIZE THE BEAUTY AND The quality of our t3 coats and TESTS. IN FINE GOODS WE "LEAD THE TAN." tS NO OTHEB BTOBE IN WASHINGTON CAN TOO FIND SO MANT FINE THIN GOODS OF THE NEWEST AND MOST DE SIRABLE STYLES. NEW LOT OF PONGEE SILK COAT8 AND VESTS. THESE ARE THE THINNEST GOODS FOR MEN'S WEAR TO BE FOUND. AND THEY ABE AT THE SAME TIME VEBT STRONG AND DURABLE. PANTS made to measure from same goods TO GO WITH COAT AND VEST IF DESIRED. BEST QUALITIES OF INDIA SEERSUCK ERS, IN BLUE AND WHITE OR BUFF AND WHITE. IN STRIPES OB IN CHECK& ALL GBADES OF MOHAIB AND ALPACA COATS AND VESTS. E. B. BABNUM A CO., 931 Pknn. Ave. Some Glove Bargains. The "Palais Royal'1 Kid Gloves are tried on. Some times a lady will have a glove tried on that is too amall. Some ladies are not satisfied unless a half doaen pair are tried on. Fop above reasons we have accumulated about 100 pair "Palais Royal" Kid Gloves that are slightly soiled, and which wa offer at 08c. a pair. None were leas than $1.35 and from that up to $L98. An early call is in order. THE PALAIS ROYAL. OOO RRR ERE A TTTT O G R K R AA T O RRR EE A A T G OG BR E AAA T GGG B B BEE A A T CCCL FEE A RRR TI JCN N OGO C CL E AA R R II KK N 6 O O L EE A A RRR II N N N O frr* AA* R R || N NN G OG COC LULL EES A A R H II N NN GOG 8SSS A L EEE 8 AA L E SSa A A L EE a u AAA L E 88 A A LLLI EEE * We're preparing- for fall trade, so we are closiittr out 8ummer Goods at a nominal price. Bargains in every department. For thia week we specially quote H H OO oSSo n EEK RRR Y Y H H O O g 8 II E RRYY MM o ^ 8SS \\ KR RRR YY HHOOeSIIE RR Y U H OO 88 II EEE U R Y II! Two popular lots are our ?2.98 and g3.48 Pure Silk Hose. We have them in plain Black and Black with White Split Feet They sell so well we are sold out in some sizes in ea? h lot. We combine the two lots, and thus can offer all sizes. Closing out sale price $2.48 a pair. 98c. BILK HOSE FOR 89c. We have Black and all colors and all sizes, but some of the very delicate colors are slightly faded. Nine cents a pair is all we can afford to reduce them. More not faded than fyled, but all 80c. 75c. LISLE HOSE FOB 49c. Some ware 50c., some 08c., some 75c., and man3* were $1 pair. They're broken lots. A biir pile of nearly 100 pair, from which the early visitor will se cure bargains indeed. All at 49a pair. 44c. 8CHOPPER'S HOSE FOR 39c. Bcbopper's name ia associated with well-shaped, fast-color Hosiery. Tour experience is that 44c. is the regular price. You'll appreciate the reduced price. A CROWD OF OTHER BARGAINS. Fine Ennrlish Lisle HOSE, 08c. Were 75c. and 98c. Irish Balbriggan HOSE. 23c. Were 25c. Children'a English Ribbed H08E. 25c. for all sizes. Gentlemen's Lisle Thread SOCKS, 35c. Were 75c. Gentlemen's Plain and Fancy SOCKS, 25c. Were 35c. Gentlemen's Bicycle Hose, 48c. Were 08c. And SOME BARGAINS in 0CC OO OO L C O O O O O L C O O O O L O 0 O O O O L CCO OO OO T.r.T.T, It V, ?? 2 ?DD EEK RRIL UU NNN DD E RR it K 2^2 D D FE RRR UU N N N D D E BR UU N NN DDD EEE R B W W W EEB A RRR WWWW E AA R R WW WW EE A A RRR WW WW K AAA R R ... W W EEB A A R R _ LADIES'. Pure Silk VESTS, ribbed, colors, $1.98. Were $2.48. Lisle, colors, look like ailk. 79c. Were 98c. Egyptian Yarn VE8T8, Jersey flttinir,54c. Were 08c. Gauae and Gossamer VESTS, 39c. We re 48c. GENTLEMEN'S. English Colored Bal. UNDERWEAR, 50c. Was (58c. English Plain Bal. UNDERWEAR, 2?c. Was 35c. Engliah Fancy Striped BaL UNDERWEAR, 65c. WaetfSc. tW We have a large show window filled with sam ples of above lots. Glance at it. And, don't think be cause we only quote Hosiery and Underwear that we are not closing out Summer Goods in our other twenty-three departments. "^PPP A L A IIcSB. P P AA r. AA 1I|? ?PP A A L A A II SSg P AA A L AAA IIB 2 P A ALLLLA A1IBSSH RRR OO Y T A L R ROOYYAAL "? RRR O O YY A A L R RO O Y AAA L B B OO Y A ALLLL (A. LISNER, Sole Proprietor and Manager,) 1117-1119 PENNSYLVANIA AVE^ JylO AND 401, 403, 405. 407. 12TH ST. N. W. Unusual Advantages. BEATON PERRT (Successor to Pzbby A Bsotrkd . PRIOR TO TAKING ANNUAL INVENT0RT OF STOCK 18 OFFERING "UNU8UAL ADVANT AGES" IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. "EXCLUSIVE STYLES" IN FINEST FBENCH SAT EENS, BEDUCED TO 25c. "BARE BARGAINS" IN PLAIN AND FIGURED _ INDIA SILKS, AT 75c., 85c. AND Jl. EMBROIDERED INDIA PONGEE, ETAMINE, BA TISTE AND MULL ROBE* AT "GREATLY RE DUCED PRICES." ??SPECIAL BARGAINS" IN BLACK AND COLORED SURAHS. SATIN RHADAMES AND GROS GRAIN SILKS, AT 75c.. $1. $1 25 AND $1.50. BLACK AND COLORED FAIlXE FRANCAI8E AND BENGALINES, AT $1.25, $1.50 AND $2. "CLOSING PRICES" ON PARASOLS, SUN UM BRELLAS. SPRING WRAPS AND JACKETS. 100 PIECES FINEST QUALITY PRINTED BA TISTES AT I2ic.; FORMER PBICE 16o. NEW SILK, CHUDDA. CASHMERE AND BEBLIN 8HAWL& IN GREAT VARIETY. EXTRA INDUCEMENTS" IN IN&IA CRINKLES, SCOTCH GINGHAMS AND IMPORTED WHITE SCOTCH AI^O. FLANNELS FOR BATHING SUITS. Att-WOOL SERGES FOR MOUNTAIN HABIT8. CREAM ANDTvoRY WHITE ALL-WOOL TENNIS ANDCRICKET CLOTHS FROM 50o. TO $1.50. SCOTCH MAUDS AND TRAVELING SHAWLS. NEW ALL-WOOL SUMMER BLANKETS. "BEST MAKES" OF GAUZE AND 8UMMEB MERINO UNDERWEAR, ATLO WEST PRJCE8 *? aSKkJD HANDKEROHuS-B Br- PLAIN FIGURES AND OOBBBCT PRICE), BEATON PERRT, Pkhbt Buildrxo, ma fr?"?* ft Midsummer Babgains. Being desirous of closing out our stock of IMPORTED AND DOME8TIO MILLINERY, wkile there ia still a demand for it, we offer our Entire Stock at greatly reduced prices. MRS. M. J. HUNT 1300 F street n.w. SHADE HATS far watering places a specialty. Jyifl He D( Barb, IMPORTER AND TAILOR, Ml the honor to taform jron^that his NEW GOODS Mfc BABB personally au all garments made in hisee UbUfllUBIBt. ^^assssrta Remnants Gro This AYeek. W. W. BUHDETTX ft 00. Will retire from business In a few days, and this week they will offer f 5,000 worth of Remnants, Odd* and Ends of Every Description, at <4 their value. The balance of their immense stock will be sold at less than prime coat. Below are samples of redactions we will mako to close out quickly: $2.00 Lyons Black Silk for *1.50 ? LOO All-Silk Rhadames for 75 oOc. Nuns' Veilin* for 37 H Thompson's Glove-Fittiiur Corsets for 7o garner's Coralin Corsets for 75 fst 10-4 Hbeeting 23 Best Imrrain Carpet 67* Best Tapestry Brussels Carpet 70 60 paira Summer Blanketa at 8.60 25c. Gauze Vesta for 19 10c. Ointrhama for 7 13)4 and 15c. Seersuckers for 9 25c. Halhrimraii Hose for 19 ?1.00 Dress Shirts for 76 Oc. Gauze Shirts for " " 37 50c. Jean Drawers for "..1.1 37)? Lyon Brand Liuen Collars 10 Clark's Best Spool Cotton 4 W. W. BUBDETTE ft CO., Jyl6-3t 928 7th and 706 K sts. n.w. You Are Cordially Invited To ATTEND VICTOR E. ADLER'S ANNUAL RED-LETTER SALE. Commencing MONDAY, July 18, 1887. A reduction of Teu Per Cent on all Hen's, Youths' Boys' and Chil dren's Suits, which means LOSS'. LOSS! LOSS! To us on every suit that is sold Nevertheless we are always clieer RED fnl and mean to follow the path of RFD LETTER duty, however unpleasant and uu- LETTER SALE profitable we may find It. SALE. Men's Cassimere Suits $5.50; less ten per cent, $4.95. Men's Blue Cheviot Suits $(>.98; less ten percent, $t> 20. Men's Gray Che viot Suits $8.75; less ten per cent, ^7.88. Men's Dark Mixed Sill's 19.75; less ten per cent, $8.78. lien's Dark BroWn Cass. Suits, $7 ."i0; less ten per cent, $0.75. RED We In'lieve that the People are BED LETTER entitled to at least LET'i ER SALE. TWO BENEFITS SALE, every year. At-tin* upon this be lief we inaugurated the Annual and Semi-annual RED LETTER SALES. Look on the original tickets for reirular prices and then on the toux for reduced prices, which you will Bud marked in RED. Boys' Suits, apes 13 to 18 years. $1.90; less ten per cent. $1.77. Boy's Suits, strictly all wool. $5.12; less ten per cent, $4.01. Boys' Suits, strictly all wool Checks, $5.87; RED less ten per cent, $5.29, Boys' RF.D LETTER Suits, Dark Plaid, all wool, $0.50; LETTER SALE, less ten percent. $5.85. SALE. THESTATESMEN Ooose-eirjred the Chirairos Wednesday, July 13. That was their lied Letter Day. Now we propose that THE PEOPLE shall nave theirs, much to the discomfiture and chagrin of Bombastes & Co., who, with the l>land<-st of smiles, will show you an article and swear that it is not damaired a particle. But wear it a week, then you'll find you've RED been beat by Brae. Bluster At RED LETTER Blower, of lower Seventh Street. LETTER SALE. Therefore it were the better SALE, policy to let the "Valley" severely alone aud come up a little higher, to Seventh and Massachusets avenue, for instance, and patron ize OLD RELIABLE, Whose very name is the synoym of Victory. Children's Suits, $2; less ten per cent, $1.80. Children's Suits $250, less ten per cent, $2.25. Children's Suits $3, less ten per cent, $2.70. Children's Suits RED $3.25, less ten per cent. $2.93. RED LETTER Men's Working Suits $3.90, less LETTER SALE, ten per cent, $3.51. SALE. VICTOR E. ADLER'S TEN If R CENT CLOTHING noiTSR. 927 and 929 7th Street N. W? Corner Massachusetts Avenue. STRICTLY ONE PRIGS, Jyl8 Open Saturday until 11 p. in. II TTTT FEE MM MM RSSC tO FFF II T K M M M MS? OOF II T EE M MM M ^SS- O O FF II T F. M M Al K 2 OOF II T EEE M M M ftSSS OO F IT NN N TTTT EEE RRR EEE RSSR TTTT II NN N T K R R K 2 ? T II N N N T EE RRR EE BSS^ T II N NN T E RRE ? 2 T II N NN T EEE R R KEE &i>S? T FOR THE H H OO TTTT H H O O T H H H OO T H H O O T H H OO T WWW EEE A TTTT tt ti EEE RRR W W W W E AA T H H E R R WW WW EE A A T HHH EE RRR WW WW E AAA T H H K R R ... W W EEE A A T H H EEE R R ... WWW H n W W W W H H W W W W H H H WW WW H H WW 11 li II TTTT EER II T E II T EE II T E II T EER COO OO OO DDD cSSa OO OO OO DD 6,8 G GO O O O O D D G O O O O D D SSS GGG OO OO DDD DSS' S^S NOTHING NICER THAN A WHITE SUIT FOR HOT WEATHER. LOOKS AND FEELS COOLER AND MORE COMFORTABLE THAN ANY OTHER MATERIAL. WE HAVE REDUCED OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF WHITE GOODS AND THEY ARE NOW SELLING WAY BELOW THEIR REAL VALUES. DO NOT FAIL TO EXAMINE OUR BEAUTIFUL LINE OF FRENCH ORGANDIES IN STRIPES AND CHECKS, WE SOLD THEM AT 35c., NOW RE DUCED TO 20c. A YARD, THEY MAKE UP HAND SOMELY. ALL OF OUR WHITE PICQUE3 REDUCED; YOU CAN BUY THEM NOW AT 210., HAVE FALLEN FROM 25c. AND 30c. WHITE WOOLEN GOODS. * THEY MUST ALSO COME DOWN, and will have to take a pretty steep tumble too. We have a BEAU TIFUL PIECE OF WHITE CANVAS CLOTH. ALL WOOL, AND 42 INCHES WIDE, the very thin* for a dress at the seashore. It is marked to sell for 00c., the price we have now put on it is 45o. a yard. We think that will sell it. Also a piece of CreamTricot, 44 inches wide. We have been getting $1 a yard for it, now 75c. EMBROIDERY DEPARTMENT. We have something- here that would make a hand aome white suit. That is a lot of 45-iuch Swiss flounc ing, covered all the way up, and really worth $1, special price 59c. a yard. Then in our Ladies' Neckwear Department, 1 lot of extita long Chemisettes, the best goods made, selling them now from 25 to 40c., will sell them for the next few days at 12Xc. And we could go on mentioning reductions by the hundreds, but you mnat come in and see them for yourself as we can only give you an idea of what they are through an advertisement. BBB A U * U MM MM B B AA U U MMMM a S8SS IBB* a a U U MMMM 8SSa I B AAA UUMMM k ? r. IBB A A UU M M M bSSB ? Jyl8 7TH, 8TH AND D STREETS. Tremendous Sacrifice Sale This WEEK OF FINE CLOTHING AT OAK HALL, Corner 10th and F street*. PRICES TORN TO SHREDS. Snita worth $12 for $7.50. Suits worth $15 for $9. Suits worth $20 for $12. Seersucker Coata and Vests worth $2.25 for $1.25. Seersucker Coats and Vests worth $2.50 for $L 50. Seersucker Coats aud Vests worth $3.50 for *2. Seersucker Coats and Vests worth $4.50 for $2.75. Cream Colored Mohair Coata and Vests worth $7.50 for |o. Black Alpaca and Drap d'Ete Coats and Veata, for regular-sized men, or snort and fat men. long and slim men, at greatly reduced prices. Mohair Coats and Vests worth $5 for $3.50. Norfolk Jackets worth $7 for $3.50. Norfolk Jackets worth $9 for $4.50. Bicycle Pants a specialty. White Vests. Immense variety, at 50o. on tha dollar. Prince Albert 8uits from $la up. Blue Flannel UoiU. fast colors, $8.50. Serge Suits worth $13 for $8. FOB BOYS 14 TO 18. Coats at 25c. Suits worth $5 for $3.50. Suits worth $7 for ?4.50. Suits worth $10 for $0. Suits worth $15 for $8.50. full line of Pants from $1.25 up. FOR BOYS 5 TO 13b Pants at 35c. and up. 0??o A E 8 a A I I hnLLr Jvl4 COB. TENTH AND * WANTED-HELP. XV ANTED -HONEST PRACTICAL PARTNER .SS'iJ&a' flSSS^t&Ti%5Bffi STJf; Wd?SPr?VnEXKF^A>CED HAND o* wl. yrvss&s&iiaig? ** ?>?? ?gF o'SrofflT11' Md ?"* ^^Sfey W BWC^AYER8ATyK(^P: oi^L TO cook and do ^^!7iSorin*w.mMt BUy 4t uiJfht^?l&in WmHT^iTA BUY TO LEAR^~JOB PRINT I NO; Box 85^Star office^6 ewriWM? P^rA ^ Add?. W^r!5f I^^h^S2YKF?R raE BLACKSMITH ilrJ^p-pTtZl2150htotr??Z. "**"??* ^ w ?s?*ii 'tss^aaTSl <i5 ?k*- A^t/ WANTED - DUNDORE'S EMPLOYMENT Btr reau. conducted bv ladies. Men and women white nrui colorecLforall kinds of domestic labor, for city and springs,with reference. 717 M at. n.w.jein?w? VVANTED-A.RESPECTABLE BOY FOR~HOUSl J rt waiter, at 2ieg 9TH "WTANTED A COMPETENT XUR8JI- MUST COMF jfaSjgBr** **5 -&3P "VV" AN TED?A YOUNG MAN WITH ONE OR TWO JvarssaK*^"????b?'?~ Jsjlr is?wssttfajss ? Jy lK-Of "YVANTED?10 BRICKLAYERS, #5 PER DAY AT to work J.COYLe! ?f thB Trea8Ur>' WANTED - COOK3^1maLE~AND FEMALE) 11 houpemaida, waitresgea, laundresfteq waiters farm hands, kc.; (3 white triria 13 to lti year? ^ tm? 630 e^Fit'nw1"11 country. F. M. BURNHAM, ' . JylO-flf W^Pp_P,E BAKER. APPLY 220~EAST CAI'" tvp? 8 ' ^a,lolJal Ke Bakery. W. J. SCHNEI ut-"- Jyl6-3t? \VANTED?A SMART WHITE BOY, 15 YEARS vi *n ?7uF' ]?mr? 8 trood business. Care of H., Carrier 40, City P. o.~p. H. HISS k CO. Jy 1 G-3t Wer?^PT,">0 ""st;CLAS9RED liRICK LAY *\ warehouse, Government Printing , !. j.r building' at ln?ane Asylum,or at * oris i i? !?? Pleas Brick Co., Waterloo, Ya. ? JylO-.il? A. DAVIS, jr.. Contractor. W^,Nf.Ev? ~ WOMEN COOKS CIO TO ?40 * Vliambermanlfl. Nurses and Laundresses in city or .iw.ij ; Matters, Drivers and Farm Hands- Colored JyU-tlt-*' Co?Mi,!i & HURGKSS, 92ti F st. n.w. "lVrANTED?IMMEDIAAELY?50 MKN AT THE pIVSISo^W; mar Howard Univ?iw.G \V**AN QUICK TO LEARN, LOCATED .. ' outside principal cities, to represent, hi his local ity, responsible bouse. Salary #100 to ri^lit partv Keferences. MANUFACTURER Hurt. Lock ' Je27-m&t.4w Wt^Tt^?rAi GOOI>? SETTLED WHITE WOMAN, to take charge of large dining-room Mu?t nava reliable reiercnce. Address SURETY, Star jyd-lm WANTED?SITUATIONS. THOROUGH DOUBLE ENTRY r experience and a general knowl r<uc ol busiue*H is open to an niKap nieiit; & ??d wi ereuoes. Address BOOKKEEPER, Star Office jvl0-^t' WANTED--A SITUATION BY A PRACTICAL ? ? inarliiiiist and engineer of thirteen years' exi?e ?eM' i??^ mVrk'j<J!11^ ,'i,,:ery a ?i>^ialty. Address R. M. BE.SI, Otn and E ?ts . Ro.jm 15 Rdey Buildiiw.* IF .T,,IL" ,?KEI) A COOK, MAID, ''i1.,V'!:'5_r Hotiseworker, Men' Cooks,' to N A TI _ JylK-0f M.utoim, i>si(]t'1 p, DriveiP i'arin. Garden and Dairy, Jo ON AL LABOR BUREAfj. VIJ 7tb st. n.w YjyANTEI)?SITUATIONS FOR COOKS CHAM * '1oius8lteeptrs, nurses, seainstrcsyes. Unvers, waiters, rlerks in families, stores, hotels, &e City country, and resorts. BURN HAM'S Employment Headqmrters, 680^032 F st. n.w. jyliVfif W;VN1 FD. - AT HEADgUARTERK ^POSITIONS 11 for cooks. Chambermaids, Waitress, Laundress, Nurses, Seamstress, Men Walters, C.,oks, Coach 1"' "- uud V alets. COOMBS 4 BURGESS. jyi4-tit* WANTED?ROOMS. W ?. P~ VOUNG MAN PLEASANT FUlt 11 UMliedi bjoui witli home comforts, between 2.1 nml D and S)tb and M sts. n.w. Address 11. u., Star ouice. It* AV^,XAKI)TBY TW5> VOUNG LADIES. ROOM -I*. a'1. ,>oari1 in a small ljoanbn^-bou-e. bet. 13th and 11 tn. H and L: tenns not to exceed *.>0 i?er moiitli Address BOARD. Star office jyl sX't' \V ANTED - FURNISHED-OR UNFURNISHED 11 room, suitable for dental office. DKSTIST ^tar olh''e- Jyl(?-3t* W ANTED--BOOMS.TO PARTIES HA VING ROOMS ?W tt !iirfi'LWM ,,rtTut *Jva?fcWo to pnn-ura tenants WANTED?HOUSES. WANTED?ONE OR TWO 8 OR9-ROOM HOUSES in n.w. section, on small cash down and inoiitblv payments. Give full particulars relative to price and * SVi pkmPv u t0 *7'000- Address TANNKR A HAKMON. Washington, D. C. jylK-JIt* \"V ANTED?DIRECT FROM OWNERS-HOUSES 11 and Lots in all sections of the city to sell or rent to resjionsible parties. Anv property i>la<-ed in mir bands will be liWraUy fulYeriisVd at ourV^'.se JelH-lm* GREEN ft CUNNINGHAM. 1405 Est. \YANTED-DIRECT FROM OWNERS, HOUSES 11 and Lots for cash purchasers. Any property placed with us will be lil>erally advertised at our ex pense, llenta collected. Estates managed. Insurance effected. HOLLAND & THOMPSON, 131 F st.. Adjoining Snn Bnildiinr. WANTED?LOTS. T*7 ANTED?5,000 TO 10,000 FEET OF GROUND WANTED-MISOELLANEOUS VVTAN"1ED? A LOAN OF $3,000 AC 5 PER CENT , * * per annum for two or three years; security not better in city; no commission. Address B. B.. Star of fice- JylU-3t* WANTED-FROM $3,000 TO 40,000 AT 0 PER 11 cent on tirsi-class real estate in the District of Columbia from J to o years. Ixjan not over one-ansr ter to one-third cash value. No commission. G. M Star office. JylG-3t* -\VANTED-10 SHARES METROPOLITAN InI ? T vestment and Buildinjr Co.'s Stock. Address stating lowest price, 8T. JAMES. Star office. Jyltl-St" WANTED?A FEW HORSES TO PASTURE during the summer and fall; excellent fields Pienty of water: C'juyeuient to city by cars or drive! Address P H. HILL, W ashington, or ROBERT LEE HILL, Cheltenham, Prmce George County, Marv L?ud- JylG-lw* WANTED-PAJtTNER IN EACH STATE TO handle and control the newest and most success im advertising- idea vet developed; its success in Bos J?ji "unpmL-dented; a fortune can be made iu every larjrc State ou |?,000 capital. Also, a man to take ^r'U!n\t Aadresa THE L. p: CO^S Bulfinch Place, Boston, M&ss. Jylfi-7t WANTED?HORSES TO PASTURE WITHIN five miles of Washington: #1 i>er week ? excellent pasture. WM. H. MAIN. St. dhSrlHotS* coroer 3d anu the aye. Jyl6-lw# WANTED-FOR a REALI.Y "GOOD-FITTINQL Suit ,?? Clothes," made to order, cost fitted on before finishing. %*at a very moderate price," tro to ROBEltTDALKIN, 224 H it u w Jyl5-0t* WANTED?HIGHEST CA8H PRICE PAID FOR second-hand Clothimr. Watches, Guns. Pistols. Stoves, Carpets. Feather Beds, all kinds of Household Furniture. Address Box l3a, Star Office. JeS-'.'m* WANTSrYnVP, DV?' b?KED. DRIVEN AND 11 repaired. .All kinds of pumps and pump stocks ?'?i8??d. Tenus moderate. Address W. rf. MOF * oth st. n. e. jyl*Iwin* ttiS'uM.|l57U, "?'* rIU?n \VANTED-^-EVERYBODV TO KNOW THAT WFT If manufacture aUour own ffocSs and in them at the lowest cash price.: on euy tSS^"^thout^??! K',XiW188 f004! references. STRASBURGER 4 SON; Manufacturing Clothiers and Tailors lll'> v *t-p-w- 1 my21-2m Wjn^ifeH?L^Tlr LA^V Warrants?wm. jT ? -li-^^HNSTON, Attorney-at-Law, Room 41. LeDroit Building:, wlH pay cash for Military Bounty L?nd War rants issued for services iu any war prior to the Rebel. ?on- mhl8-4m? WANTED-IT KNOWN THAT C. S. BUNDY. OF 4.>0 Louisiana avenue (opposite City Hall), is Commissioner of Deeds lor ail the States and Torr tories (except Maryland). myll-6ni WANTED- STEAM CARPET CLEANING. NO WANTED-R. WASHINGTON'S ~ *' MAGIC CREAM OR INSTANTANEOUS CUBE. Any breaking put on face or body cured. Moth, pirn r/es, wrinkles, black-heads, vulvar redness, eceema and sU facial disfigurements removed, and a clear com plexion insured to all who use it Perfectly harmless. Testimonials on application. 1 Sold by all druggists. 60c. and CI per box. Bent to any address. ap3." -3m* \\TANTED-BU8INESS MEN TO LEAVK THEI1 * ? orders with us for neat Job and book printinir Wi make a spsclalty of quick Work. TAYLOR ItBARl Printers and Engravers. 605 7th st n. w. inhl2 In ottice from U a.m. to 5 p.m. THE TRADES. WKIDMAN * WARNESON. 11 Book-binders, Paper-rulers and Blank Book Manufacturers, ool3 420 ?d42811th sfca.w. ROTHERS. ICAL BOOK AND JOB PRINTERgL > Washington. D.CL MM ATTORNEYS. avenue, WaahlTuftoa.1). G> 121b H yt FOR RENT?ROOMS. EOR RENT-940 L ST. S.W..IWO DELIGHTFUL eooLunfurnUhed Booan. ? co?d floor; caterer nnt >r. Reference* exchanged. J|T9-2t* F~0? RENT?'TWO FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH use of (M sad bath, tar ffefetlema*. #6 and t7. 912 8th st. n.w. it* FOR RENT-HANDSOVFLY FURNISHEl) ROOMS at 401 O it. D.V.; bay window in each room; board if desired: near U. 8. Pension Ottoe. oar*pas* tkedoor: delightful location. Jyl8-3t* FIR RENT?133*2 8 ST.. FIRST FLOOR-PAR lor. bedroom, din in*-room and kltcMnJaicely fur niched fur housekeeping. also, two pleasant uii|? rooms >summer rate*. Call before 9 or aftar 4 o'clock. MMf ... P)R RENT?ROOMS?PARTIES WANTI NO ROOM 8 can n&d what will suit tbem on oar list. Save time and tronble by eallimr at oar Room Ajrenrr, MB Fet. Information free. D. RAMEY. J}2 3w* FOR RENT - THR ElT~UNFURN1 SHED AND TWO > urmshed Rc-oiua. on second aud third floor*, for liabt nonsekeepin*. convenient to three line* of car*, with tra* and bath attached. 710 N *t. n.w. Jy 10-3t* l^OR RENT-A SUITE Of ROOMS. SECOND X floor, facing north and eouth; suitable for light housekeeping; Jarre; cool; la every particular desir able 323 C at. n.w. Jyl(V3t* FOR RENT?FURNISHED, BEAUTIFUL f-UMMER Rooms; bay window* in every room; corner house; new; south and eaat front; reference* required. 1101 Est. n.w. Jjrl5-lw* OR RENT-IN A DESIRABLE NEIGHBORHOOD, four communicating- rooms on eecond floor. suit able for lijrht housekeeping Term a moderate, family email, no children. Reference*. Rooms open between 7 and 8 p. m. Apply 1009 19th ft. n.w. Jyl4- lui FOR KENT-1720 HST.N.W.7 I.ARGE, HAND* lame communicstimr Room*, second floor; board If desired; gentlemen preferred; one square west of War and Navy Department*. JyO-18t* 1" ?OR RENT-FIrNISHJED AND UNFURNISHED . ROOMS Larg-p, lig-ht, and airy. Price* reasonable. Transient lodging, 'J5c., ftOc., 75c.. and ft. THE CLINTON HOUSE. 820. 822. 824. *20. 828 7tli st. n. w. Main eutrauce. 820 7th st. Street cars pass the door to all parte of the city. OPEN ALL NIGHT. )e?-3in FOR RENT?OFFICES. I^OR RENT?OFFICE ROOMS?THE ENTIRE ' third fltn.r of 131 9 F st.. adloiniu* Sun Building, from July 1st. Apply W. lilLEY OEEBLE. Je.'Q-lta FOR RENT?TWO NICE OFFICE BOOM 8. LOWER floor, 035 F st. n.w.. alter July 1.1887. at tOo per mouth, by the year. Will paper and paiut aud thor oughly renovate rooms. . _ JOHN E. BEALL ft CO.. Je7-3m 1321 F st n.w. FOR RENT?MISCELLANEOUS IJHDR RENT-WORKSHOP AND OFFlC/t FOR builder, csrpeuter, painter, or other bnsiuess; iormerly occupied by Mr. F. W. Pilling, rear of 923 U st., between Uth aud'loth sta. n.w.. and near sidewalk. Inquire at 1*20 Louisiana ave. Jelo-gtu FOP. RENT?"LEARN TYPEWRITING." Machine* rented at 85 per month and sold on monthly payments. my4-8in "CALIGRAPII OFFICE." 933 F st. n.w. COUNTRY BOARD. A FEW BOARDERS WILL BE TAKEN AT MEL. rose, a beautiful drive of 12 niiles from Warreu ton toward the mountains; house room J-, in larva grove; a well-fillcu ice-hoU<-e; rates reasonable. Ad dress Mr*. CHARLES A. BRIGGS. Amissville, Kappa bannock Co., Va. J> 19-, i* W ARltENTON IS FILLINO UP~R API DL Y WITH " visitors; I have only two room* leit for those in l;e,.d o! firsts-lass rooms and ttoard. Apply at once. F H. COLDWELL, Warrenton, Va. >19 3t? VVANTED?A LIMITED NUMBER OF BOARD " ers for the balance of the season; rooms large and well ventilated ; adults preferred. Address Mrs. Lt'C'V F. WELL.*, Clittou station. Fairfax County, Va. City reference?Mr. J. A. Settle, 1311 F st n.w. Jyl8-3t * FEW MORE BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMO dited l>y Miss .1. Fawcett, Colesviile. Montgomery Jo.. Md.; terms. $4 ."?0 |>er week; children half price; six mih's from Silver Springs; fine shade. Jyl8-3t? T 1WO VERY LARGE ROOMS STILL VACANT AT "i^xnist Shade." Loudoun Co., Va., suitable for families or parties of lBdies or gentlemen. Address at once Mrs. LAI HENCE LE1TH, care Evening Star, Washington, D. C. JylH-3t* A LADY RFSIDING~NEAR RECTORTOWN, \ a healthful, cool and delightful location, can ac coiiioilate at her home a lew taiuiiiea for the summer, i he inducements are a roomy house, ifeiieroua table, hue shade and plenty of ice. milk, ftc. Terms - #"> j?er week; half price Jor children under 14 years. Helerswith permission to Hume, Clear}- A 1 Co., SOT Msrket Space. Jyl5-ot ]EXCELLENT BOARD CAN BE OBTAINED IN J the mountains ol Va., at Tlte Brook; ice. milk and It 11 it in ainmdmce; beautiful shade. Address Mrs. C. STOCKTON. Rio.. Altteiuurle Countj'. Va. Jy" -eo'Jw VERY DERI RABLK SUMMER BOARDING house, among the mouutuiii* of Loudoun County, V a. For terms and descriptive circular address ilra. F. E. McCAKTY, M on roe U rove Farm, near Aldie. Jy2-eolm* 08BIRN HOUSED? LOCATION HIGH AND healthy, near mountains; >rood fare; plenty ?>f sh tie; excellent water; dancing-room; term* itason e!ile. Mils O. OSBl'lvN, Suickersville, Loudoun Co., Va. JylO-SP CCOUNTRY BOARD?NEW Hof sE. AIRY ROOMS, /eitengive grounds. sii<l beautiful views. Plenty of -Terst-y Milk and Butter. But a small number can be taken. Phaeton and ponr can be hau at a reasonable rate. But ten minutes' walk from depot. Address COLD POINT FARM, Box 30. Clifton Station. Jyl0-eo?w? Fairtat County, V a. 1'iR< 1M T11E 20TH OF Jl'LY WE CAN AOOOM . modjte 20 boarders at our hoiueat Chestnut Orove, (?aithersburg. Md.; near the stution; large roomw. well ventilated: terms, ifr.YOo i>er week. Address N. H. DARB\ . Gaitin-rsburg. Md. Jy 14-(it* C_ 1 LI ETON "HOUSE?SHADED GROUNDS AND / walks: references. Rev. John Dudley. 937 New York ave.. utid Walter E. Lindsay. Esq.. 1301 K st. u. w. Address Mrs. MARY Oils, Clifton Station, Fair fax Co? Va. Jyll-ltu* Ol MMER BOARDING.?MYRTLE HALL, HAR~ p I?er a Ferry, W. Va.; greatly improved by large r-istic porches, newly laid out walks, and improved s-hadft; 1 leiitv of fresh milk, lrtsh vtvetaoles and poultry, aud all the fruits of the season. Special attention given the feeble and children. House open June 2 to September 30. Board $.> to SO per week, hpecial rates to families. je3-2m J. E. Bl'RRELL, Proprietor. '?flOMFORT RETREAT," (NEAR HARPER'S vyFerry.) True to name, aud ail advantages neces sary to promote comfort, first-class i^itroua^e solicited. A pleasure to please. Full particulars 011 application. jel-3m W. M. CLARK. Keep 'Iryst, Wash. Co., Md. MONEY TO LOAN. (at III lltWl IO LOAN IN SUMS OF $1,000 V/ and upward on city property. ^ 7 J NO. BOWLES ft CO., Jy6-2w 1221 F st ONEY TO LOAN (IN ANY AMOUNT) ON Ap proved real estate situate within the District of Columbia; low rates of interest charged aud no delay when security is ample. Fit AN CIS B. MOHUN, Real Estate and Loans, JelS-lm 1331 F st. n.w. M~ ONEY TO LOAN On Real Estate Security. HOLLAND* THOMPSON, jel3 1313 F St., Adjoining Sun Buildiur. EAL E8TATE LOANS, LIFE AND FUti: lNSUiT ance placed. Army aud Navy Pay Accounts cashed. Luiis on Building Association Stock or other good Collateral Security. >VM- 1L DEUPSEY, 1424 New York ave. iuy2U-3iu (2i30,000?TO LOAN Oj 0.000 15,000 ON LEAL E8TATB, 5,000 2,500 1,000 fmy251 TOOS. E. W VGOAMAN. Money always in our hands to loan on satisfactory real estate security, in sums to soil,at u aud U per cent interest. 13 HILL A JOHNSTON, 738 15th rt.il.w. Money to loan on real estate, in sums to oUiW at low cat rate ol interest. R. O HOLTZMAN, ?p15 rornor 10th aud F sts. n.w. MON EV ToTid ANON APPROVED REAL EST ATX SECURITY. Moderate commissions. No delay. iiu:io oeo. \\. ElNKINs. cor. H and 19th sti. ONEY TO LOAN In sums to uuit, at lowest rate*, on approved rMl ?btutesucuiiiy. klTCH, FoX A BROW N, oc20 1421 Piunsylvaiiia^va ONEY TO LOAN _ A'l LOW EST BATES OF INTEREST ON REAL EbXA'lE sECL ltl 1Y. 'XllOb-J. USHER k CO., 1324 F *t. n.w. M MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT LOWE8T lMUs. DANENHOWER k SON, sp24 llir.F ?t. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR FIliST class securities, at lowest rates ux interest Ma Utlay where the security is ^rood. mh3Q O. C. GREEN. 303 7th st. n.w. LOST AND FOUND. A SUITABLE REWARD WILL BE PAID FOR THE return of a small Maltese Kitten (torn cat), which strayed from l'^24 Massachusetts ave. last Sunday, about 10 p.m. When lost had a yellow ribbon arouud its neck with TOBE printed on it. It* Found?one liver-colored irish setter. with name of owner on chain collar. Inquire at 517 7th st. n.w., and pay expense*. It* LOST^JULY 1GTH?A SMALL BKYE TERRIER Pup. with red ribbon arouud neck. A liberal re ward ii brought to McDEV ITT k FLINDERS' Detec tive Agency, 805 Market Suace. Jyl9 3t* ? REWARD?LO8T LAST NIGHT AT 12TH AND OfJ Pa. ave., a Locket, with monogram H. 8. on one s,de and fancy head on reverse. Finder return to 1200 Pa. sve. Jyl9-3t* Lost or mislaid-on the 14th inst., a Collecting Book, with a large number of shoe bill* due Asa L. Hazel ton. The flnder will be liberally re warded on leaving the books and bills at 423 7in st. n.w., and all persons are cautioned against paying to strangers any bill due ASA L. HAZELTON Jyl9-3t* S"~ TRAYED FROM SHREVE PASTURE ON THE night of 15th one white Horsa. A suitable reward will be given if returned to R. A. SHUEVE, near Bla deiisburg. Jyl9-3I* T QST?ON LA8T FRIDAY EVENINO A BREAST lJPlB and Silver Medal, shape of Maltese croea, with name engraved on letter. Reward If left at Star office. It* L OST-THE PERSON WHO FOUND A RED ipocketbook la the F street car, on last Friday noon, will please return It to the owner, at room 34 Poet office Department. JylS-3t* Hotel office. " JylS-3t? T O8T - SATURDAY MORNING, "IN 11TH 8T. XJ(blue) car, or between corner of 9th and E eta. and Pension Office, a lady's dark brown Pocketbook, con taining about t60. Liberal reward if returned to "The I Woodmont." Iowa Circle. JyXS-St* DENTISTRY. DR. DUKE, DENTIST, 715 14TH N W.-TEKTH extracted without pain, by aid of local apobcation prepared and used only by mew Teeth filled <L Par fectnttlinf seta of artificial teeth. OperaU?M^ntmi T^R. STAKE PARSONS^DE^ITST^ anf alleviates the pain ofaBtraotinff. )al3 FOR RENT-HOUSES. ^ SKJB RENT OR 8ALF -furnished OR UNFUR niahed?Ami UoumodM at n. w. Addrwaa??>9 at. n. w. If 1X)R RENT?BRICK HOl'SF. 1243 ?TH 8I N W_ b?t*wa M uJ N nto.nl* room*. hath. ce'Iar and P> rent #23. Apply 11SW 7th stnw Jy iw-3t* POB RENT?HOUSEK llOflDat ae.llr #50~7hHitoW13 4 tli atne. 1354 B i-t. s. w.Wr 33 5r ti:? r?0 1201 1 ltb st. u.w. 7r... .30 1253 F at n.e .0- I3 50 .17 loth at n.w.Sr .. w V17Temi?iMM*U?r 1105 New Htui|tlurf ii?.. 4r 1- ? ?> ave. n. w? Sr 30 713 lOth at. u <? .Or IV 941 C?t.i.w..Hn .^."i 13SK Eatae. 5r l< 1100 3d at. n.e . Or .23 50 1257 F at n.e. Or .. 12..?0 301 L at n.w., 7r 22.50 21W N at. a.w? 3r .. 10.30 211 oth it. a.e ~t .22 b2U2d ?t.n.e ,4r*. IO #0.-? A at.n.e .tip >fl 327 11th at s.e ,6r 10 331 C at a.e, 8ra ... 20.45 1455 Samson wt u ?.. 1402 to 1406 Md. ave. 4r ... 10 n.e., fir 20 1240 Biatrlen'a alley 302 Wtb at a.e..6r.. 20 n.w.. 4r 7 r?lit N Cap.at.n *..6r ...'JO 71* Jackaoii al'ey n.w . 020 Md. ave. a.w .Or 17 4r * 625 C "t. a.w.. Or 17 11# C ?t. a.w. 5r .8 JjVTK Nd.ir?. a.w., 4r ...14 S3P 2d at a.e, 4r 0 74 Canal at. a.w., 5r ...14 ?TOREK. ETC. Str. and dwelling. 1314 Wth and Ft. itii, oflle*. 7th at. n.w., 8r ...945 nu.7.._ . tlrt Str.rtn. 1400 Tut.n.w.. .35 9th and IV a*., office. 40* I -a. are., basement mi. fl i3 office #0 Ountoc Buildup. offi<*e. 408 La. ave, let 4r. r. 26 13 50 office .. 30 Stal.le pear W22 li at n.w H 401 7th at, lat floor, Stable rear 13:15 10th 4r. office 25 at.nw Voroon Row. mi. 11 20 Str. rni. a. e. cor. 4th I and N ata. n.w 1ft| Theabove ia only a Portion of the property on mv hooka. Fur full liat call at office fur bulletin lastwd <>ii the lat and 15th. UylW] THOS E WAWHVUN 1J0? RENT-MHUPIW RILL 1M.MM1N I OTH end 17th. one square al*>\e Boundary. flve-r<>oiu house; water iu the yard. $10 per month Inquire next door. JyliKR* I^OR RKNT-TH KEE-STORYBkICK. 1 IOO O ST~ six roinl ?irM rooiuf. three ?nmll. ull n..>?leru con Tenienc**; ?3."> per mouth in advance. Inquire M45 0 st. n.w. JylH-at* I70R RENT?742 6TH HT.7*'OHM lt OF H, TO~ A 1 private fnn.lijr, four etory l>welliu^. 12 roomx. mod. impa, at #50 v*r mouth. Inquire of A F.REU LV. 740 5th at j>ix :if I J" >14 RE>T? NEW BRICE HO'SF, K0?? 1 KT N.W. ? l?ay window, two-atorv and l?.?i-nioiit, h n - -m? atid liath, ?> Irttrvlx*. ranre. kc. Itigiiire at Ma<u chuaetta ava. n.w. Jj lH-lw* l^OK RENT?020 B HT. N.E ; MX l.AROK li(K>MS A bath, and cellar; iu aplendid n?'nrhbi>rlnvwi. near car*. #23.50. Apply, after 4 I'.ni., to KDWIN l>. JONfca. 40? BtM. jTis ?<?? 170R RENT?#18 i'Ell MONTH. 11?0? NEW . Hami'sliirenve n.w; brick holliw. <! ro. ni^Htnl balli: nioderti linprovementa. (r>?o<l coudltton. Al*t>t<>r#lu iht month; llH'O 17tli ft., brick houee, aix nxnna and liath: modem uiiprovem-titH. JylH-3t THOH. F. WAOOAMAN, A^-ent. IJ*OR RENT?A LAROE Nl MItER OF I>l>IR\liI.K l>welliui.*s for reut in all part* of t. wp. bt ntluced rates Apply at once to Ji'HN J IMMl'K, Io-b1 Estate AgeliU I'Jo I 3','a at., (ieoiKetown, 1?. C. jyl?-3t OR RENT- | 1?2X' H?th?t^l2r #75 1705 N. Y. ave.. 8r.#20.40 1012 l7thia.10r.in.100.U7 1411 33d *t .Sr 'JO 40 725 18th at.. lOr. m i. ..55 717 717^ 20th. 7r V0.40 1407 31st, 10r^in.i. .45.06 2125 1 tit., 7r. water 20.4O 1405 31st, lOr . m.l.45.50 2250 Clevelauu av.. ,'_'0 30 3012 Dumbarton at..Ur .40 2316 Ort ..7r, a table, 20 00 1710 F at., lOr., ui i 40 450 H ?U. i?r 18.25 21".'i? I'a. av., 7r,m 1 35.50 ,.'4V!7 N at. Or., m i. 10.5O 2129*4 l'a.HV.,7r.,mi.35.50 1218 21atnt^ 5r .. 10.30 1345 Walliu-h. 7r., m.i..37 !'44 20tha; .Or 10.30 1145 2laU 10r.. rn.tJI5.50 3107 l'at.. Or 10.30 2012 M. 7r, 111.1 35.5t? 1210 :?0th -t . Hr.wit 10 1317 Wallach.8r.m.i.35.50 3214 ?? at.. 6r 15 4t? WOW 23d at.. 8 r ,ni.i.3.?.5n 504 21 hi ht.. Or 15 .10 181H C? at., 10r., in. i 35 201K1 L ?U, i>r. l">:?t 1343 Wallach. 1 r.. in i. .35 for 24 th an<I M ?t?.. tlr. 15 2141 K at.. 8ra., in.i. .. .3JI liear 2120H JV. av , 4r 15 2103 I st .Wr. m.i 28 50 1203 28th ?t.. 5r .14 ;?? 1214 30th at.,8r.m.l.28.50 2118 l'?. ave . 4r 13 HK15 Sit. 7ra 111.1.. .25.50'722 I7tliat? 4i" 12 5tt ?J004V Lst..0r..ui.i.25 : 0 IS 12 34th at.. 5r 12 i 334't Pronpeet at., 7r 2.5 2204 M st., 3r 12 1O08 N at. 5r 25 2220 Va. ave.. 4 ra 1?? 1 2717 M ?t..Hr 25 15U8 34th *t , 5r 10 124* 3lat at . 7r., uul.. 21O0 1 at., 3r 10 *.'120 Hst..8r 23 8TO RES. 017 23d at.. 7r, in.1.22 50 W20 18th at .30.40 015 23rd st, 7r. m.i. .22.50 1W34 lOih at 22.50 2120 K at.. Or.. . .m.122.50 Store 3010 M at 10 '?*?.??: l'Hi. ... >ji 'in m 2200 13ih at.. 7r .21.30 For a full liat apply to WE8COTT A WTI.OOX. Jy 10 1W07 Penuayl vama ave li w. 1.^0K RENT- T 1 4'V> lltU at B.W.. 6r . 810 F mt. rw .Wr.,w ... #25 w and k C 10.50 ;|38. N ni. a.w.. ?r.. w. 314 3d at n.e., Cr., w. aud r 15.30 aud g 16.30 337 M ?t, a.w.,5r..watfr. 12 314 N at a.w.. 5r . W.13.3U 110t> Oth at a w . Or.,w.. 15 SOS 7th st a.w.. Or., w .15 485 K at. *.w? 5r IO 54 M at a w.. 4r ? 347 V aL a.w., 7r., w 20 1111 Del. av. a.w., 4r..8.50 <'or. Wth aud t' at*, s.e., _ - ? a w : -- Cor. 4H aild R ata. a.w .30, 120 M at.s.w..5r.. w 10 atore hud dweiliii(r 25 Jyl0-3t* C. H FARKFIt Cor 4H ?nd C ata a. w._ 1*?K RENT?#18 PER M< ?NTH?NICE SIX UOOM . frame iu Mt l'leaaaut; k!?? an 1 water. CHA8. E RANLS. Jyl6-flt 800 F at. u.w. FOR KENT- . Choice HoUaeft. with all mod. illipa.. 225 V at. n.e.; t new double house, 8 MKima. #35: .515 >?] rii<-e at., lx Droit l'ark, new btiiuc. with lanre lot, #32.50; OlO I Maas. ave. u.e.. beautilul house. jO ro>>maalid stable, : 840; 2121 Boundary at., new ImUs? . 8 rooms, ^30; ] 415 Sjiruceit.. !>' Droll park,0-P- 111 ???>tta*rc. #2< 50; ? 710 Otb at. Il.e., 8 pxiuia a d stable, ouly #25; 1113 S at. n.w., 0 rooms, #25; 2508 14th at. n w., 0 rooma, #24. C1IAS. I liANES, Jyl6-3t 800 F at. n.w. 131 Aid. ave ii.e.. ilr. ,(5<l 0;!2 lt?undary n.w , ?5r ... 820 13th at n.w.. 12T...OO 1326 Ktli >t. n.w.. r.22 40 1W18 11 st. n.w_ lOr t?0 S ti st. u ?. ?>r 22 ,5<? 328 Indiana ave., 12r. ..60 404 Itoundary n.w ,7r . 25 1010 17th at. n.w.. 10r.55 1425I'i> n i l7iiM'<',6r.22 St 217 E. Cap. at.. 12r. .50.00 003 ?>10 H n.e..0r.. 22.50 1410 N at. n.w., Wr. ..55.55 1310-24 4 St?ta.w. 6t22.5t 1 olti Sth at. n.w.. lOr 45.55 101W N. ?'ap. at., <>r .'.O 5tt 2102 H at u.w?7r 42.50 012-10Cat n.e.. Or 20 50 607 H ct. li.w., 13r 50 422 1 at u.w . Or 18.80 407)* I at.u.w..llr 40 410 N J. av. n.w Or 18.35 1 1420 20th at. u.w., Wr. 42 3414 P at 11 w? Or...18.30 722 2l8t at. n. w? Or.41.0< 27-2M Defl*eaet., Or. 1?>.07 ' W31 Oat.u.w..Wr 40 50 2200ClevelandatOr. 10 50 124W Oth atu.w .Wr. .40.42 3420 Proa|?ct at..Or 10.30 , 1126 13th at.11 w.,8r...40 1428 21 at at. n.w., 5r...l0 i 450 M at. ti.w., Wr 40 2034 Sth at. u.w., 0r.15.30 I W41 It at. n.w.,7r 40 1020 tt at. n.w.. .tr...15.30 1 104th at a.e.Br,....35.35 333-51 McL.-au.5r 13.:to 1310 W allach PI., 7r . .35 2W P at. n.e.. Or 13 30 W05 French St., 7r 33.:V4 43 Pat.n.e.,5r 12.80 1023 E. Cap at.. 7r .28.42 lolW it at. u e. 5r.. ..12.50 lU'lO 14th at n.w., 7r...2>* WOW 27th u.w.,,5r 10.."10 73W3d atn.w.,7r.. .27 WO 221 Kat.n.e..5r 10 Jyl6 a H. WARNER k 00? 916 F at. n w. 1^t>R KENT-HOUSE 472 O st. N.W., 11 ROOMS, with all modern improvement in No. 1 repair. In quire at 1000 O at. n.w. Jjl?i-3t* For RFNT-3:W 6TH st. 8.r.^ iwo-st<u:v lratne dwellintr aeven rooms; 41.>.30. HttoRM bTEDT & bradley, W27 Eat. u.w. J> 16 Ot 112W24th at U.w., Or. ..20 tioO E at. a.e.. Or 10 W04 5th fit. u.w.. 5r 18 010 K at. a.e . <!r IO 1227 22d at. u.w.. Or. 18 7 Mi St. Mary'a PI.. 5r.. 10 1450 Madiaoii at. n.wOr.18 720 St Mary's Pl.,5r . . .10 202 Fat. n.e..0r 1?> W21, ivar2.>th u,w.,5r..l0 204 F fit n.e ,Or l?i 2523 0 at. u.w., 4r 8 200 F at. n.e.. Or 15 .525 y at. n.w . 4r . s 115 Est. n.e. Or 10 1115 F at, 2r, 3d floor. .10 Jy 10-31 1.-OR KENT?A W-ROOM BRICK HOl'SE^ WITH aumuier lau-hen, larwv liack j t ru, ci>al ali<-<l. mod. imp. tiovid ha-atiou. Cars i>a&a the door. 217 O at, n.w. Key next door Jyl0-3t 1?OR RENT? W32 K at n. w.#75.4<*> Scott ave. n.w.. Or #15 W23 Sth at. u.w, 10r.05.40 705 Irvin at.w..5r 13 1202-1204 O at. u.w. tit?4 I at. n.e . 4r 12 50 10r.. ui. t 40.03 1028 S.Oapitolat.,5r. 10.30 llOOWth at. u. w..8r... .40 7 tiordon ave. ne.. 4r W 2200 12th at.n.w..Wr.ln ,i30 1112 O at li e., 4ra 8 222W 13that.Ora.ui.i.27.50 WOO lat at. a.w. 4ra 8 31W 13that.,7r. iu.i..22.30 1448 Tat n.w.,Or..?18.30 47WI at.n.w.. at.Acel 20 I 110 Maaa. ave. U.w., 5r..l7 W20 F at n.w.. 2 off r?..12 A. S. CAY WOOD, Jyl0-3t* Cor. Wtli and K ata. 11.W. 1" ^OR RENT 23 Iowa Circle. 3-atory bock, 10 rootna #100^0 1510 P at., 3-atory brick. 10 rootua 70 i?o 1204 W at.. 3-atory biii k.!? rooms 58.54 805 O at., 3-atory bn? k 10 rooma 45.IM) 1422 1 ltb at., 3-atory brick, W rooms 40 OO 1515 T at., 3-atory brick, W rooms 35 oil 2214 12th at., 2-atory brick, 6 rooma lN.tK) 1202 H at. n. e., 2-atory' brick, 0 rooms 22 50 1204 lit st. U. e., 2-atory bri< k. 0 rooms 22 50 1200 II at. n. e,. 2-atory brick, 0 r.. and a tor*.. 40.00 2211 Clevaiaudav?. u.w.. 2-story hrick. 6r... 15.30 For lull list, luruisbed houaea. A<., call at office. Jyl 5-12t M. M. PARKER, 1418 F at U. w. F(iRRENT?4.15 7TH ST. 8.E.; NEW CORNER brick with lanre atore room ; eleirai t location for : drilK aUirc. Ac.; ail modern improvemeuta; near cars aud herdtca; only #2* per inouth for the whole hoaae; I spleudid opcuinir for the ritrht party. Apply lor keya to WELLER A REPETTI, Jyl5-6t 320 Paun. ave. a.e. S""U)R RENT-RENT FREE TO AU8CST 1-A | beautiful house, uine rooms, all mod impa.. 1340 1 kks at u. w.; #45. 8WOKMSTEDT * BRADi.EY, j 927 F at a. w. _Jyl4-6t_ | FOB RENT?940 B ST. N. W.. 2 STORY AND basement bnekdwelling. 7 rooma, all modern im-' proveuienta. #30. hWORMSTEDT * BRAlil.EY, 927 F at.n; W. Jyl4-6t_ IJtOIt RENT-HOUSE 4 MASS. AVE: 5 ROOMS, #15.50 per month. House 10 Maaa. ave, 0 rooma; modern improvemeuta; $18.50. Store our. New Jer sey ave. anu F at u.w. Apply to W. C. JOHNSON, 718 13th at. n.w. Jyl3-lino_ 1 JOB-RENT?FURNISHED HOUSE. W43 O ST. N.W.; aix rooma, lanre yard, deliirlitful kcation; *30 |>ar month iu advance. Alao. 824 B at a.e., ai x-room new brick, #16. Owner at 51S Wth at. n. w. Poaaeaaion July 1. Jc25-lm For rent-in anacostia. one new seven. room House; modern improvements, wide hail; water iu kiUrhen: flrat-claas uenrhborbood. Apply to H. A. ORI8W0LD. Jyl3-3m For rent-near thecapitolTa desirable and pleaaautly aitnated Brick Dwelling,uiue rooma, includinK bata. 103 2<1 at. n.e. le7-7w* |X)R RENT-A VERY DESIRABLE EIGHT-ROOM f Brick Dwelliiir, 415 I at. a.e.; #20 par mouth. The beat dwei Loir in Waahinirton for t ke price. B. A. PHILLIPS. 1428 New York ave. j>W-2w lpott RENT?BY ^B-,0. Hg^TZMAX MaaaaTnrTboaC. #333.33 Lafayette Bq., 17r..l60.6? Iowa Circle, lor 2o0 I nr. 16th af.. 12r .160.00 LafayetU Sq.. l7r.....2Z,0 F.uear 18th at. 10r..#126 Rst.near I0U1 at 12r.2.?0 Pat. near Iowa Circle. J25 Vermont av, near O.l lr250 11th. uear Oat, 10r...l00 i. near Conn. BT.l5f.250 2d at, near I"a. ava 70 17th at., near E, Wt.. .210 21at. near F at 76 H at., near 14tn. 16r. ..200 N. H. ave. A N at, Wr 50 19th at, nr. H, 10 ra. .200 A at, uear 2d u .e.. 6 ra. .45 19th A Jefieraon PI... .260 N at, uear N. Hamp.ave.25 UNFURN1SHED. 10 Lafayette Sq, 17r#150 730 2lat at n.w, Wr. ..#40 509 12th at, 19r 100 1724 4th at n.w, Sra.. .30 121113that. 15r x ..lOO 2253 13that,6r 27 812Conu.av.n.w.,10r83 33 1403 Columbia at 2& 814 Conn. av,10r. .83.33 123 F at. u.e, 7r .. .20.35 il3Eat. n. w_13r...83.33 1509 15that. a. w, 5r .18 10 Fat n.wjllr.. #83.33 3a5 D at a.a, 6 n. 16 425 loth av a.w.,12 ra. 309 D at. a.a, 6r 16 anaatora. 75 483 E at. aw.,. 12 005 Oth at a,w, 14 ra. OFFIpK kooHS. and store. 7o 525 13th at, 9r 12.> 1203 Pa. a v. 7ra .60 San Baild'c from 30-100 1737 Fata.w, lOr....',65 1211F at. 3d floor 30 1841 Bat a.w, 10ra....50 470La. ava^, from 10 to 20 1414 llUtat n.w, .40 931 F at a.w, 3d floor 22 12 4th at ue, lOr 40 7thaadEeta.a.w...lOA15 Property piaeaa wita hm tor rest at aala ia liberally advettiaed free ot coat to the owner. iTOB BKNT-KT. FtuaiXt. 1STB ST. EX I * FOR RENT?HOUSES. xa RRHT?L'JIFl' KM?|BU iuniMa Road 3j?X s i(4K>iu?. ivi4 f a( H-tt Mad(CK....7l$0 1QQ7 Tat . V Uui-It 6V terrace. G'tn Vil 10*1 Coun ave If i 701 Ilnh *t ?? Stolda. h*t L K. l-.Ui SOS irtth at 761 nnd 1*>vK ?u so 41w a Urxv uuuibM of funtMtfd Jtoiiaea. Til ok, FUt S BROW*. j> r 14.1. Faam b ?. Ijor rent 1 and :> a*a. (bet. T aa? G. Vd and :U ?<?. u a.* 4 r**?ma I*f month. W M (>\cImh1 IV*., (I ixwm. |m anil 14 'JO '*"2 11th Mm fl r\?oiue. a.*u. mil* Jh W 2O00 and lOOSl*t I. at , do Jo *V >0 Tn.ni w aiiach>iac?. X> do a& vu 1S17 M .1. evmfrui, fumUh^. * PVEIL Jt7-*w IStk aad r ??? KJ?OR BERT? lM3 0tli*t,?rIa.iuj#154ri Oi >?i F ?t ,10r..atn t ??!0 401 D at a a.. Hr. m t *1 .hJ h.>1 O at. Hr and atore ??? :tl i 7th ? a.. Or. m I IS-H' SIS 4 tli n.e . Or. in i 1* SO 411 I? at n.e..rtr.,ail 1* SO 00K S. li. ava., jr. ni t .86 4 ?'ook'a *Uey a.a? Sr . . Q SWORMSTEDT * BRADLt V. W.VIm M17 t at. Iynm rf.nt 711 7 tli at n w., atore ?4?R Oawo T#rr*^.flf W and dwelling .,. ? jolt 1 ai n a- Mr ... 50 ] tf *5 M aaa. ave.. 1 :?r 1VA l.'itl (<?< utr .<r M 10L"? H at u w.. 14r . 1(M? i;.ui gat. n lOr. 50 IHtHJ N H are lOO 010 N Y. are. n w . ilr 50 lOOSMth at n.w.. 14r loo j.Mooat.. 7r 50 101M Conn. are.. Mr 100 iMhSR I. ave n.w . 1 lr.? Maim. 11aare . 14r H.133 UOKrjl n a. l?r ?> 4liiiith.t,n?.lrtr K;t ;in iN *Y a* u w . lOr 43 lT-?>Wat ii ?.. D'r.Sd SS J l.V* I ,t!? at n.w..7r 43 17S1 iVsaleaet.. Ilr... .(Hi s<?k N.J ivr. Mr..... 4j M40 N i ave. n.w., 14r 7*> 101M 1 7tb at. ti.w? 7r .40 1413U at., upper )?rt., *.'> loort g ai. n.w 33. S* IW'jitt ?t. u 76 I'.'VU au av n w.. isrIHN' 1'M'iN. U it n.*.t>r. T'i l'.'Ul.m ilw.Tt .*7 50 1700 M at. n w.. Mr Hfl 07 14*M t< at n.w .Or Vi W" 1107 Maaa av.u.w ,Wi^ OO |M0il jtit'i at n w . 7r '.'J v'i w 00' !? ?4*1 "*? V JJ iiouata ui l>?' e-innln?<\ lir i^rmlt ffi c?rofliof only. iliollAs J. 1 siiKh *<'<?. JW 13-J4 Fat o.v F;?or. RKHT- Mtil'SF. AVI? BTOKF. 1111 0? HT7 " ' moutU. Inquire at M J8 Io>uiaiana ara. yil-Ia COUNTRY REAL ESTATR pOR RF.KTJ3R RALK?PRCTTT OOTTMML R Mountain I^tk- l-ark, n?ar <>akUi 4. Md ; 4 roouiai onelevfl; aiao one o?.tt*fr, oik- ro >m tor at. r? <? dwelUmr. Inquire of i?r. D. ol.lN JJIECH, l7?-u l.*,th ??? ? *? JylM-eo 3t* 17?>K SAI.E-FINF ?TtH"K FAH* OF 1&3 A. IvlH," improve,! by d?<-lltn?r. atat.lMi. and otitlx UMW; wai?r attnat*Nl m Nvbrmaka lYi.-^ ???,.?00. for ttnuK a)>i>it to owner. _"* FRANK Inil>l>, 5tl. and r ata n.?. 1,Vt8 KKNT-OOITAOE AT CUFTON. FAllC , f CVomty, \ ?.. 0 rooina. partly furuialied, vraaa HtKl aliade, tliree itiitiutxa' walk ??? d-lmt. food l?>ar4 ii?*ar ,<ue Lour troin \Naalittiirtoti. lour train* ea?h way daily. Apply to J. A. hfcl TL,F, 1S11 F at Jy 1H :t$ r^o't RENT NEW COTTAGE IN > EI.KOST I'AKK. H>attaville, Md. VS train* .laily at?.p at atau ?n. t <-ni fare .*,^ i-cuu. Apply at 4"4 ."?tli at. n.w jylH-:tt 1>?R SAI E ON EASY TEHMK A RAKE < H^Nt'? lorauburlMU pn.pertv.a tine bou?-wuti lo rv?.ti.a and all tn<>d. lmiw . otn- a< re of irroun 1 with a fine *eil of ?at* r on It. Corner of 11 tli and t'lifnm ate., nett to 'wo-?"1! 1-"?ral1 for furtiitr inlormati. n rail at l-o. 1 at nw. i.l.i jw loo V!!l. 1 Al;M. T*ii MILES FROM M Mlver sprit* Mat i ti : it, ^hI . v ndltion ?r.HHl K roolii hiiUw- with unreaNan outbullditum. n>r?r lieeu oil nriarki't brtora. prt. . #K?H)<. i;, M r?w. ? tb amall b..iih.> aatne diHtMu e |-! i, ,? ^'.i.io AU>. 4 S ?-rea.with a>> iiVL'i ?' i ^ of mile ir. >iu Stl er Son u?f. pri. a u-t.- x,lv*l*tnvt Air. lit, Mirer HlTll*. ot ad.lreaa I, K MASON. Kltir... Md. CAK,'"< Hl lllNuH A ROME F< 'R ? * x lM*r in* i^li. 1 h\* tint* r??*< >rt ia now tor Nal?' with U Hiiiitul mu|n|i% i^i-n I I'.iat. 1 i li *1 khU* *NUiUiilf <x>-t4?eriU*B ClivuUr* audi lat ?t of liAMKU a MacUOVAN, Amita. MATTHEW TRIM 111 !iH Attonf^* I . J> l?l-Sf__ 014 14tb .t. FfOK SALE? " I'l. ana lit home <-?n pike, oonvenient to Kllver 8t>rins ; and hdiwi. k Ktati.in?>. l? nH'tua and phiitry . front, aid# an drear J^Mie* mi. .1 (rt ?ili|r rbade tree* c iiolo* , fruit an I flowera. Um, t b?autilul ait*. SS.t*0t* I For Sale- Bountiful plaoe of 10 a'tti aU.\e I'reat dentS-r.?.tn bouae, fruit, alia.lt , *o ? location blifS ] and b. altliy. ?:!..*?( HI. For Hale?Tbat U^ntinil pla<-e of l.lw arr*? 1 ?a mile* frvmi Alexandria, irood dwe lina. apleiidid water, l*rii. outlmiMiutra, all coutr.-nietK'tw. V.SoO . |?ar tre.-H. bmit vanetlea. and other fruit*, eoll nrb; I food irraaa . location liealth j ; all eu< loaed by l>l< kei ' fenoe. to iiniioxliatc pur. Iiaaer C4,.'?O0. Wanted to trade for city pt\.|*rtt n,?xl farm of 1 V!5 ?rrva buildiu?r?. fiuit. A.- on M tr- poliUu Itran. b K. IC , near lUiiiluiptj huu u will aasuiua diflemuxi, it any. BAXTER A MapGOWAR, Jyl6-3t* K4N10I0 F ?C l^OR HALE ? THE W ILL-KNOW N BLl'E OR A si n J?to> k 1 arm, "Swan Meadows," 4 I iii?* from t>ak land. Gurrvtt County. M.I . mile* from l?eer l ark and Moiintiiiu Ijtkfl'urK. Koo n.*rea itmler fein^?, and "f tolu" o*^ timber Thin In ludoubtedly .iu? of the .?t * at. red Ht??k latin* in the ^tate. The t.iidd niir? conaiM of a iro.Kl frame main, on liouae. larir# l?arn, Mutile, . ama-'.- houae, tenant Ii.'U'm*. sprtuc bou~?*. and other .'Utbtlildlmr* 1'ri. e f 11 ail |a-r ?< mi <s1,.>(MI naf.li; b;tlan<-e at the pleuat reof pur. baaoc. ?lU est-haiiKv for auitable city reaidei.ee. . ,? ? *? ? 'ORHAR, JylO-.Tt* 90 1id?iii ltuUdln*. I^OR RENT (1H LEASE Fl'RNIKIfEll A H ANlZ aoiiie t.olilitrj Seat. l??uillea fr?.in city. ne?r s?.l diera' Iiome and railway ntauoii. twelve rooma. b> ?ida oath room, pantrv. .vllar, and closet*; furna.-e.oiH O lire) lie'e?. fine t-ba.le and water. irra.Hi vineyard and other truita.au >diundan.?e oi v.^reiablea, Uurai'icun andcblckoia; very reaa<'Uahle to a r. liaM? j'artj^for one or moreyeara. Adore** lioi 11<i, Star "?'?- jylMf l^OR SAIJv-AT OOLO.NIAI. HE\t'll- NANTlHOMI A teu-room t,'otta*r?-. with l?a;uilui irroui.U* at ? (.-teat baivain . apiendld bailnn^. . rabbins, and fixliiu*. WALKER k UlLHt-N. lyl.?--w l'Mtti F at. n.w. I^OK SALE THE CO! N1RV SEAT OF THE LATB u<-n. Hn-ke>, on ltladoiiaburK Ink ', S imi-a froia tl . t apltol. I arv? l.n. k maiiHioii. all 11"?tilrj' utiW buildinioi, fruit in abuuilaiiee. fine water Jy 12-2w Ht;rik k 1?1 l.R. 1 SO 1 F it. 1^'IHSALEoR I X( HANOE-A VERV I'ESIKAIiLi Dairy or Stock I arm, 110 acre*, buildinir* St ? 1< Hi acrea arable. la)> Iwauufulir. ouli *40 peracra* 7 n i.e^ Iroui U a*iiiiikrt..u. n- aJ 1 alia Church, Va Jtlo lui li A I'll 1 Li.11*8. 14IS New York ara. FjMiR SAI.F--5S.*i A< LI s OF I.AND, FRoXTlN'ti on Inith aide* Coiidmt l.oad, attctchioir froia 111... ke I'ark Hotel to Cabin John llridm*. and froutius on anal, improved l>> irood country 'i<>ua. and out home-. I'm* .*, (ilil.uOO, one hail uwj, balance on# anil :* o year*, 0 per cent. JOHN E. BEALL * CO. JeSfilm lSllPat 1;ou SALE SIXTY CHOICE KEIF.CTImNS or ? u.-tll home*ot Irom one to ten a''re?; improved and Liiiiuproved, within from oue halt mile to thraa uiilet- of the city ; very cheap, ;ind on very eaay terma. Call .r *?'iid lor circular. T. H. SY'i'HLlTli k CO? loo. 1 at. Jel l-.'liu PROPOSALS." ~ CER.. EAXT-AT-ARMS' ol FICE. V S si NA1E IO WMHINtUK, l?. C . J aly 15. 1MB7. Seal .1 ProiHtsala for Coal and Woo l, eiicl.Hmd and addre*led to the Senreaiit-at Ann*. I Ulle.l BUtea nela at.\ wi I? reeeiv.d at thta ofhee u itll IWEl.Vl O'CLt K M . on-MONDAY. Jt'l.Y TU KNT1-FIFTIL 1SS7, t. Mupply the L nu.-d butea tk tat* witb tuai, uaiuely '.?00 i .>n* (1,140 IIm. ?, more or l.na aa iiiajr bi w (juired I r the >.-ar eii.luiir June ;t0, lMSH, of btU- / -U Lee, <*ra alte, Ooal, well a. rtieued and (rat from al. te. 1 he v inlta to lie fillid with Coal and Wood on or bo fore th> I5tb da> oi November, lss,,a;id the liaiano# rc.|uin .1 u> lie put in ax called tor. Al*o, 1 c na ited Aah Move ?.'<>al. to be d*llvarad at auyli Ulii a an.l place* aa may be retftiitvd .'?OCo! beat clear Spruce i'lne \\ ood In 4-feet leiitrth*. ."><??Xjrda Ix-Bt Oak Y\>km1 cat in S l. n?rtli*and aplit to n i .bum xize. Tbe ?u >d must fce cbar l>ri?rbt, well aeaaotied and atranrbt. .ud tbe riabt ta re*erv?d to orler mora wool ui>on tb' jime terma 11 reuuin-d for tbe li*? al ?ear '1 he coi* and w* -od to be inapected, welirbed, ineaa* ur? d. ami ?t?red in the vaulta ol the Senate a intr ak the eipel. <e of tbe eontiactor. Tbe win d to be corded, meaaured. and cut at llM Capitol, u. leaa otberwiae ordetvd. W- B. CAN AD AY, _ ii 1?"< t S<liv?'atit-?t-Ariiia. U, K. scuaUi Pllol-o? ALU FOR A illi.H WAY UK DOE " f. 8. EvuiKAEa orrica. S1S0 I'ennaylvania avenue N WaattiaoTOH, D. C.t July 1^. 1HK7. Reale<l 1 rr>poa*la. in tni.licaU;. will he rcntdat tbia office tuiil 1 VS LLVE M., on TLL?I'AY . Al UI HT SIXTEEN lss7, lor luitl.linr ? Highway Hridjr# a.'r<*ui tbe I -aat.-rn liranrh of the i'otoiuac lUver. al U# foot of Bntj'.aylvania avenoa a e., Waahiiftoii. D C. Sta^'iflcai.ona and ad nw. aaary inioiioaUun wui ka furutsbed on application. Jj 14-tit FLIER li. H AlNS, Lieut. CoL ? f Ennriatra. U8. BOTANIC GARDEN, a Wa?hiki.i??*, D. C? Jnly 14. 18H7. fr.ii>oMili for Fuei for Motaulr Uanlei tor tbr flm-al year endiur June SO, Immh, will be rwcalTad at vha office of the ?ui^nntendeui until 1^ u. Friday, Jul* ?JM. 1MK7. l*aru. ulais aa to cburat ter and gnantity d.mrod ca# be obtained ui?uu appllcaUon at ofbee. V M. R. SMITH, Jyl5-2aw< t Slip t^liotnnir tiardaB. PROBOSALS FOR COAL Rkfoum School, or tub D. G, Wa?hiS(itor, Juijr II, 1HH7. Sealed ProiH>aala will be received by me at my ofAoa, Glover Buildiiix, 141M F atreet nortiiweai, up u; NOOK of W.iDSkHDAY, JI LY TWICNItETM. 18S7. lor the dellv -ry at the Reform bchool of SOO 1 on* H Lite Aab Furnace Coai. uiore or leaa. 150 ton* Y\ bite Aah Rantfe Coal, atove mm, mora or ."H? tona Cu J berland C-oal. more or leaa All to t?e of the beai quality, free from alate and other impurtu??. lo be delivered in quantiuaa and at aucb tim?a aa may lie directed by the kui?rint?u4. ent of the School. To weiirb 1,14v pouuda lo tbe ton, and tee of lu cent* a ton to inapaclor and weitfbar, to be i?id by contractor. Br<>i^>aala m tat be Indoraad "Propoaala for Coal." kifiil to r?j?<t bida or waive detacti^la reaa- veu. JylS-dtd Braaldent board of Truataas PERSONAL. Notice this is to forbid all Bermon? from tmatinir any oua on my accouut witknt ? written order aton*d W ma. WM SHjWELL. Sa. Jnly 1M. 1SS7. jylM-5t*_ WILL THE BERSON MHO TOOR ft Caae coutatuluf 0|>era Ulaaaaa and WitS abort jfold chain attached, from aula oountar (a BRACK'S Dinar Store, Gaonratowu. ratnm to Soil* at. and receive reward. JrlS-St V WILL GIVE tl00 CASH TO AKY OFE GBTTIRG 1 me a FoalUo? |?yin# #00 or $70 par month. lLa 118, Starottc*. lylSS** ON AC COURT OF THE HEAVY DEMAND ua we ar* now preparad to pay full ral ae for Second -hand Clothing. iiMw or oal. at / Old stand. 010 D at *.?r. CIVIL SERTICE EXAMINATION QUSSTIOM and Aura an. Sand 10a. to bookatoni at to ? W. FLYKN, A. M.. iry Inatttuto, ^r7-lm* Southwaat corner StLaaC Eata.n.w. PROFESSIONAL. ?.?rp Of tKouen 50 centaeach. ?0S] _ Mk atraata norUiwaav JylS^5w* 4.0TH ST. 31.W.