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THE ETEMNG STAR.
WASHINGTON: RATIUDAT July 30, 1SW. CHMHI ft. >?Vi;s Editor. ikt Etfiilnt "Mur hn* a regular. permanent ktr* fldrdaiW rirrnlntion more thnn trebie l)i(l of mnr othrr dnilv pnper pnblUhrd in Wuhin(ton, and much grcatrr than (Hat ? 1 all ill* ather dailf paper* here added together. IKoae u/io leave the city during the rummer can The Star mailed to them f<r any length of and the address changed at often as desired. The subscription must be invarUibly paid inad xance. A compromise Is said to have be#>n arranged be twien the Knights of Labor and the officers of the Reading Raliwa7 Company on the question of re taining In the company's employ certain Knights who have been tested and found color-blind. It Is to be hoped that whatever understanding was reached was not reached at the expend of the safety of the traveling public. That is of vastly more Importance than the question whether ten men, or & hundred or a thousand, have to quit places which they are not quallfl-d to fllL It is a bard thing when a messenger Is lamed by accident or dlsea.se, or wiien a manual laborer loses his hands; but It would not be right to Induce Ignor ant strangers to entrust a message that requires prompt delivery to a person who cannot use his legs, or the adjustment of fine and delicate ma chinery to one who has no angers to handle It. A mere shifting about of duties will not always an swer the purpose In such cases. Let a color-blind conductor be taken off the trains and made a station ag-'nt, for ln-tar.ce, and ho would be almost as dangerous to the traveling public In his second place as In his first. There is not a man working In any capacity about a railroad yard who Is as w<ll able to do his duty if color blind as If sound la sight. A thousand occasions arise where prompt action cr of the regular line of an employe's tasks may save many vaiuable Mves; and, as railroading Is managed now, a great deal of the work done on trains and at stations 13 done by means of flags and lights <f various colors, the ringing of bells and the sounding of whistles. Hence, a servant of a company who comes even remotely into contact with the practical work of passenger transportation ought to have every of the sharpest. ? M. Mollnarl, the French philanthropist, and au thor of numberless schemes for promoting Inter national peace, now proposes one which places him In the same rank of utilitarianism with Ilerr Krapp. of Essen. Krupp was. f.r professed to be, a warm lover of peace lad a bMbWla the brother hood of man. When reproached for the incon sistency of preaching universal benevolence while making his living by the manufacture of instru ments of wholesale human destruction, he promptly answered that he was re dly worklag for tne advancement of th" millennium. Nations, he argued, are like bullies; tliejr firs' impulse to light arises from a sense that they are stronger than their opponents; and, when th ? art of gun making has re-ached perfection, guns will cease to be used, because no na'lon can start with an ad vantage over another thr'M^h *!ie superior excel lence of its armament. On the same general principle, M. .Mollnarl p-op -es a union of Eng land, Holland, Belgium, Denmark, and Switzer land for the purpose of m ilnt di g pe ice In Europe by keeping on hand a huge standing army, ready to Join any weak power uzalnst a strong aggres sor. As H^rr Krupp would hare forced th-; pug nacious people to choose some ot her engines of warfare than the prcjt .tiles now in use, not by ceasing to make those projectiles, but by carrying them to thj point, in weight and accuracy, where human skill in mechanism would come to a stand Klli, so M. Mollnan would lore peace uj>on Europe hot by substituting arbitration for arms, but by sompelllng any quarrelsome government to lace an overwhelming combination. Both Ideas were merely applications, on a vast scale, of the famil iar principle of the surfeit cure. Consul-General Phelan has proved hlmsell the right sort of a man to cop^ with such an emer gency as has arisen on Pric e Edward Island. A timid mac in his pla< e v.ould have let the out rageous Inhumanity of the I) minion government go unrebuked; a rash man w uld have seized the opportunity to win a little notoriety by embroiling bis country In war. Mr. Phelan, however, has acted with admirable discretion In this matter. Be has Insisted upon the rights ct his country men without making the demand rldleulous by bombast. It Is to be hoped that the State De partment win be equally tlna, and back him up in every Just and proper claim. The treaty-making powers of the two countries never contemplated such a restriction as would prevent the return of bait-clad and half-starv d.pallors to their homes by Ashing vessels, or conveyances of any other kind. Such a strained construction Is simply brutal. . There are many cases of hardship and apparent Injustice In the water-rates. A poor woman who uses her parlor or front rc>:n to off t for sale a few dollars'w^rth of newspapers or peanuts Is apt to be surprised at a charge of f?> for water for her ??store," when there Is no spigot in her "store," and no additional water used on account of it. so the rich man Is surprise! to find his bill Increased by the addition of a water-! -s tower to his house, or by the change of his fr><nt door from one street to another. As a rule stores u.>e considerable water, and as a rule the alglier a house the greater the number of its occupants and the greater the amount of water consumed. Those who u -e water according to the exceptions to these general rules and pay according to the general rules are the suf ferers. There win always be absurdities and cru elties in any technical and arblrr.try method of charging for water with..ut a direct estimate of the water consumed in the specific cases; but the objections to water-niters are ? ven stronger than those against th* guessing meth dor computation. The effort should be to devise that schedule of ar bitrary charges which will do the least Injustice, and to lessen the amount, as far as possible, which must be raised In this manner. There are circumstances in whl^h a refusal to deny has all the weight of a p ^i-ive affirma tion. Such an in?tan;-e occurred yesterday when Senator Stanford, of California, was put upon the witness stand by the Pacific rail road investigating commission, and bluntly Questioned as to whether the southern Pacific railway company ever spent aay money to In fluence legislation. Mr. Stanford wriggled and squirmed, and gave evasive answers which his Interrogators were at liberty to Interpret as they pleased, but whl> h would actually bear but one interpretation. A much more manly course would have been to say, frankly, that the company had been put to certain expense to procure legislation, but that no charge for this purpose was made against the account from which the government's share of the road's income is computed. The dodging ot a plain question oa su h a subject seems to Indicate a desire to conceal something which will not bear the light of day. And the last person who ought to engag I in such business Is a Senator of the United st ues. General Boulanger mayn't v given many op portunities, in tb"?e piping tlm s or peace, to stir the popular heart by war.ik achtevents; but he does not propose to let the veil of oblivion drop over him It a d..lly display of personal valor will prevent it. lie Is now m mng u. n Jules Ferry, who had the temerity to criticise him the other day. It Is said that M. Ferry is going to threw the blame for the speech quoted as from his lips upon the unhappy reporters. Thi-: shows, if it be true, that one of the reiiiiexn< nts of American pubdc lite has already m ule ltsw.ty across the ocean; and that the statesman's views of history, in our Aster republic as In ours. Is not that it shculd be a record Of what has taken pU -e, but ot wh'at would have taken place if the great men of t^e day had always had their wiu> about thee u.ui ? lost self-control. Tbe clerks have, as a rule, made about the same telailve record in tn?? examinations v, the mark for efficiency witn wldcis tie y w. re credited by ?*7chiefs, and the v?-rd.< t Is gem r . ? that the ?vuw iiiTTIiut the ions hav ? U >. a t ..r l r nat-le It begins to look as If tl.Te h.u b- ?l great dial of neai ot ?hAscess?U7 lUao about th.a l._ r._ M ashingtun (Vide. 11 the expensive and distrac ting "examination tor promotion" has only served to vindicate the wisdom ot the decisions of those wuo woumI pro mote or discharge the clerks witiiout the assist *~ ?> of the examination, Isn't it the examination, I not the fuss, which Is unnecessary? IXADTHX NATIONAL FREE P11L33 TO-MOK b row. ColWM V WOOD'S Letter a> r.cii autl spicy. It* D*"1 AIXLN'S ITION rHOSl UATF. FOOD, ON tMUl'Glll. ALL DKCGOlaia. It* Enoravino And Dif. S IXKTSO jL k. LI TZ, OoVI G 11. u. ?. SBfisvlzur ob n.etal *i. i wool. V ,,ucnr*iu?apderteti ?B aaala. ??tcLea or I ?r?.1 ? ra^?iv? ft * \ 8??? D bb/ s MM MM OO W sir ~ M MM M M M M 3 2 O O NN N y im On MONDAY MORNING wi wUl pise* on i special lobs. Thej&t tobis s lot of three line* of MUSLIN UN DERWEAR ordered by as to be "mid-eammer'' lad ers. Tbe y have arrived; but are not no toowexne t?tioni, nor equal to the stipulations oc oar speciilca tions. * e made a claim on the manufacturer* for al lowance, and we propose to trlre you the beoeftt of the underwear. LINE No. 1 consists of rood Muslin CHEMISE, with real Torchon.so)id yoke^ad Torchon laos around neck and sleeves. Were to have been sold at 96 cents. Will place them on sals on Monday at 50 oeatSL LINK No. 2 consists of (rood Muslin WALKING SKlKTS, with inserting of wide, raised Torchon lies, deep ruffle of laee to match and fins tuckin*. Were to have been sold at 92.25. Will place tkem on sals Monday at 9169. LINE No 8 consists of food Muslin NIGHT GOWNS in two styles, tuckffl yoke, two inserting*, eubroldered ruffle around neck and si seres; or tucked yoke, two Insertions, wide embroidered ruffle down the front, and embroidered ruffle around neck and sleeves. Were to have been sold at 98 cents. Will place them on sale on Monday at 79 cents. RUCHINGS. We bsve Just purchased another Job of those rem* nants of flue CREPE LIS8K BUGHINGS, la whits, cream snd colors. >11 styles, and our purchase com* .ir~uauuiuiuii,?i itjinauu our yunumi cw prises exactly 8o5 yards, Wc divide ths lob into three lots, placing most of them at 16 cents arard. a few at lit cents, and the balance st 25 cents. Were theynot remnants they would be strictly 25fe.38c.Nid 48fe goods. HOSE. _,we on yesterday a email lot of Ladlea' Black lisle Hose, drooped stitch and split feet. Al though the lot is small, it fortunately comprises a few pairs of all sizes. They are regular 75-cent stockings, but we will plats them on sale Monday at 60 cents. These 3 Jobs will tie opened on Monday morning. You can imagine pretty well ho* long they win last. tttt h h err T H H E T H H H FB T H H EEE BBB OO Nil If B B O O NN N BBB O O N N N B B O O N NN BBB OO R MS MM MM M MM M M MM M H M M M M 3 It 310-318 SEVENTH 8T. N. W. Drink ~ ~ ~~ AIKEN'S IRON PHOSPHATE food. ON DRAUGHT. ALL DRUGGISTS. If Those N ew Kid Gxoves. 150 dozen pairs of Gloves for a window display Is not bad. is it? The ticket in the window reads: "SAM PLES OF THE NEW KID GLOVES FOR THE COM ING SEASON, ONLY 6Sc. PEE PAIR." Bee Window of PALAIS ROYAL, No. 1117 P*. av*. OCO L FEE A RRR n NN If GOO OOL K AARRnNNNOO O L EE A A RRR H N N N G COL E AAA R R n N NN G GO COO LLLL EEE A A R R II K NN GOO 8ssa A L EKE s aa l E assa A A L EE a~S AAA L 1 SS? A A tttt. KBC HANDKERCHIEFS. HANDKERCHIEFS. HANDKERCHIEFS. HANDKERCHIEFS. HANDKERCHIEFS. 13 Do ten at 12}<c. ) CLEARING OUT 11 Dozen at loc. / _ _ AT_ 9 Dozen at 19c. ) 2 FOR 25a In above lot you will find Hemstitohed, Tucked ' Herring Bone, Embroidered and Fancy Dice Borders. Plain white and fancy colors, ah pure and linen. 9 Dozen at 25c. 1 CLEARING OUT 7 Dozen at 39c. i AT 0 Dozen at 48c. f 25CENT8 lit Dozen at 88c. J EACH. tr Above lots comprise Scalloped and Plain Bord ered Handkerchiefs. Some beautifully Em broidered in white, cream, light blue, pink. There's nearly 100 different styles in the four lots. 8 W Dozen puce China Silk Handker-) clearing chiefs.extra aize.2 in. hem-stitched > OUT borders. They Were 68. 75 and 98.) AT 48c. c?S o??o i I A f". f3 o o 8 8 I i t? 5"*, CCO OO i-tt.t. TJ.t.t. aa R R *S8 Z 125* pure 3 ply Linen Collars, 3 CLEARING OUT desirable aha]>es, and all > AT ??**a. ) 8 FOR 25a 12* pure 3-ply linen cuffs, ln> CLEARING OUT AT aU sizes. j 10c. A FAIR. ? A S?i E" f? ?,? tA g o S" S LLLL A A CCO KEB *88 '!! sfg IIS ?131 o??o S? F* I jus ":!! 8151 8 ! lil PER CENT OO ? l_ ? 8 k P _ > * I . ; ENTIRE STOCK OF LACE8 AT 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT OFF MARKED PRICES; and mmiW the marked prices are reduced prices. The 10 per cent discount also applies to lace and other Neckwear, such as quoted below: Black Silk Lace Scarfs. 60x9 inches, for 98c. Extra Heavy Silk Scarfs, 81x17 iacbea, for 81.68. Heavy Silk Lace Shawls. 3 yards square, for 91.68. Hand-run Lace Fichus and Scarfs. 8268 to 91&.98. Children's Lace and Embroidered Collars for 85c. Irish Point and liand-Crochet Coiu?^t 39a. STORE OPENS 8 A. M. CLOSES 6 P. M. SATUR DAY 1 P. 1L " " ppp At, a n ?ss PPPP AiL AA li888 - p RRR OO T T A L ?? r ?o orj at ?? nuyAL1 CA LI8NEB. Sole Proprietor and lCkasgtr j 1117-1118 PENNSYLVANIA AYR, & 30 AND 401. 403, 405. 407. 12TH 81. V. W. URI" AUU3P. ?0J reoft ALL DRUGGIST* If Discount Dat AX KDM0N8T0N*8 8H0K STORES, 20 PER CENT. 00T OR ALL CARS SALES. It OPEN TO-RIGHT UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK. Obey The Law. PUT LAMPS OR YOUR VZHI0LR*. I. B. KENDALL, 618 Pennsylvsaia avsnas. has a stock on hand sad lots saorscowtogf. If For A Frw Days Only I will sell _ . _ W.SLTSBU Jy28 1 Tired womo, Sickly Children, Nursing Mothers, Brain Worked iub, should try our Great Nervine and 'MM** Panacea, iiktn'n Iron Phosphate Food. Recommended by Homeopathic m well u Alo pathic Physicians. The recipe of London*! moat famoua chemist. On Draught at all Druggist*. It* D AIKEN'S iron PHOSPHATE POOD, .ON DRAUGHT. ALL DRUGGISTS. 1?_ A Baroaiv In Seersuckers We hare jut opened 2,000 yards of Fancy Striped Seersuckers. Only 6c. per yard. Unquestionably the best bargain in Seenock ?n offered this season. (Second floor.) WOODWARD ft LOTHR0P. Cot. 11th and F its. n.w. A Reduction In Damask. To close ont this quality we lower the price, rU: 15 pieces of 04-inch German Linen Table Damask, Cardinal border, extra value. REDUCED FROM 5S TO 50c. PER TARD. (Second floor;) WOODWARD ft LOTHROP, Cor. 11th and F sts. n. w. Neglige Shirts, Pajamas, &o. The attention of men is called to the fact that we are prepared to take their measure and make to order any style of Neglige Shirts, Pajamas, Traveling Shirts, 4c., at the lowest prices possi ble to name for first-class work. We have a large and varied stock of materials for making these garments, embracing Pongee Silks, Madras Cloths in checks and stripes. Tus aoze Silks In plain ecru and stripes, French Flannels in plain shades, fancy checks, plaids, and a tripes. (1013 F street entrance). WOODWARD ft LOTHROP, Cor. 11th and F sts. n.w. Men s Summer Dress Shirts. We have the fnll line of sizes of our Men's All-Linen and Cambric Dress Shirts and Fine Cambric Night Shirts. Gentlemen will find these shirts as mnch cooler than cotton aa gauze is cooler than heavy merino. We offer: Men's Fine Lonsdale Cambric Dress Shirts, all-linen bosom and bands,re-en forced and gn in setted, well made, strongly sewed and perfect fitting; the lightest in weight and the coolest shirt made. Only 91 each. Men's All-Linen-Throngh-and-Through Dress Shirta, extra durable, cool and pleasant to wear. All sizes $1.50 each. Men's Fine Cambric Night Shirts, finished with collar, cuffs and pocket. Extra long. Just the thing for hot summer nights. Cambric is the coolest material night shirts can be made from. All sites. Only (leach. (1013 Fst. entrance.) WOODWARD ft LOTHROP, Corner 11th and F sts. n.w. men's Custom-made Shirts. Mr. A. J. Lockhart, in charge of this depart ment, having made this branch a study, has be coufe, by close application and long experience, one of the best Shirt fitters and cutters of the country, and we guarantee absolute satisfac tion to all comers. Every Shirt is cut and made on our premises, from the beat grades of Muslins and Linens, finished by competent shirt finishers, carefully examined before delivered, and we promise you the beat fitting Shirt for the money possibly ob tainable. Our acale of prices la aa follows: Six Shirts for 89.00. Six 8hirta for ?10.50. Six Shirts for $12.00. Six Shirts for $15-00. We shall be pleased to take your order. Call for Mr. Lockhart. WOODWARD ft LOTHROP. JySO Cor. 11th and Fata. n.w. TfcRIXK MJ AIKEN'S IRON PHOSPHATE FOOD, ON DRAUGHT. ALL DRUGGISTS. It* Remnants. S3 PER CENT OFF OF ALL REMNANTS FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. commencing MONDAY, AUGUST 1ST, We aball place on our Center Counters all of the Rem nants lnourstore,andin addition to the already low prices they are now marked, we offer ?3 an extra inducement 25 per cent off, which we feel confident will insure their apeedy aale. This is an opportunity seldom offered, and buyera should take advantage of it. ONE PRICE WM M. SHUSTER k SOUS, Jjr30 010 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. Arthur Burt & Co, DEALER8 IN SHOES, the perfection IN WHICH SHOES ARE MADE BY ME8SRS. EDWIN C. rurt ft CO., OF new YORK. ENABLES US TO fit the AVERAGE foot BETTER THAN CAN IBE DONE BY the AVERAGE cus tom SHOEMAKER. ARTHUR BURT ft CO., JrSO 1811 F STREET northwest. D" AIKEN'S IRON phosphate food, ^N DRAUGHT. DRUGGISTS. It* a? Special Offering In Corsets. a a Glove-tttting Corsets, 05c. "aled H P. Corsets, Wfia Swet-Me-Not Corset, 50c. ?fitting Hi pro re Corset. 25c. waa.'bffisaif- ""t* ? Urtton, 62c. (km, 007 Fafcn.W..( jasonic Ample.) J DROPS.?IT IS A and when known to be re .?a Turkish Drope will in a Reductions For At lugust. BEATON PERRY (Snwwsor to Pimi * Brotttkw. CHANTILLY - 50, S3.00, BLACK. IVORY, AND CREAM SPANISH GUIPURE LACE NETS FOR OVEBDRESSE8 AND GARNITURE. "GREATLY KEDUCED PRICES" ON EMBROI DERED BATISTE GINGHAM AND SATEEN ROBES. "EXTRA GOOD VALUES" IN PLAIN AND FIGURED INDIA SILKS AT 75a, 85a, AND $1.00. "CLOSING PRICES" ON SPRING WRAPS, PARA SOL?, AND LINEN ULSTERS. FINEST QUALITY FANCY FRENCH SATEENS REDUCED TO 26o. 1 CASE CRINKLED SEERSUCKERS AT 12 *C. PER YD.; FORMER PRICE, 15o. FINESt QUALITY PRINTED BATISTES AT 12*<X: REDUCED FROM 15c. COMPLETE STOCK OF BRITISH AND FRENCH WHITE GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. "8PECIAL INDUCEMENTS" IN INDIA LINENS AND VICTORIA LAWNS AT 12*, 15, 20, AND 25c, BATISTE CLAIBE FRENCH NAINSOOK8. NEW PLAID AND STRIPED NAINSOOKS AT 12* TO 25c. INDIA MULL8, PERSIAN LAWNS, WELT PIQUES,% FR> NCH MUSLINS. WHITE PUKE LINEN LAWNS FROM 25o. TO $100. WHITE AND ECRU EMBROIDERED SWISS MUSLINS. BEST MAKES OF GAUZE AND MEDIUM-WEIGHT MERINO UNDERWEAR, ALL STYLES AND 8I7ES PLAIN FIGURES AND CORRECT PRICE*. tr STORE CLOSES AT 5 P. M. DURING JULY AND AUGUST, BEATON PERRY. Pkbbt BntDnro, Pennsylvania ave., cor. 9 th ?t Established 1840? Jy30 D RINK AIKEN'S IRON PHOSPHATE FOOD, ON DRAUGHT. ALL DRUGGISTS. It* ?58= U U n TTTT RSS?, 1 3 U U II T ? s bSS~ U U It T ?SSa 8 ? V U II T o I ?SS3 UU II T 8SS8 A TTTT A AA T AA A A T A A AAA T AAA A A T A A % ? DDD n oSSo CCO nnOOnn U U NN N TTTT D D II S 8 C O ? U U UN S T D D II 8SSo O ? ? U U N N N t D D II o ?0 OjfJJSu UNNN T .. DDD II HSSb CCO "So00 UU N NN T ?. WE MUST CLOSE OUT THE BALANCE OF OUR STOCK OF LADIES' AND MISSES' SUITS BEFORE STOCK TAKING. NO MATTER WHAT WE GET FOR THEM. THEY MUST BE SOLD AT ANY PRICE. Item 1. 1 White India Linen Snit, the skirt of 5 wide tucked ruffles of handsome embroidery, yoke waiat, the sleeves and yoke of all-over em broidery; seven dollars reduction on this suit; WAS 822, NOW $15. Item 2. 1 Very Stylish White Suit, the entire Bkirt and bosgue of handsome all-over embroidery; $5.uO off this suit; WAS $20, NOW $14.50. Item 3. 1 Handsome White Suit of Eleeant All-Over Embroidery, long draping of same, inside waist, trimmed with handsome hand-em broidered ribbons; a drop of $8 on this suit; WAS $33, NOW $25. Item 4. 2 Fine French Gintrham Suits, skirt with pan els of velvet, basque trimmed to match, ex tremely stylish; $3.50 reduction on each; WERE $16, NOW $12.50. Item 5. 1 Brown Gingham Suit, with white pique Teat; $2.25 reduction on this suit; WAS $9, NOW $6.75. Item 6. 1 Pink Batiste Suit, trimmed in embroidery, long draper}-; $1.50 off this one; WAS $8, NOW $6.50. Item 7. Our Entire Stock of Children's Ginghams and Chambrays, from 4 to 16 years; 20 PER CENT REDUCTION OFF MARKED PRICES. AND ALL GOODS IN STOCK REDUCED IN THE SAME WAY. BBB A U IT MM MM m sSSq B B AA U U MMMM " ? 8 BBB A A U U MMMM ?SSa B B AAA U U M M M k a ? BBB A A UU M M M ?SS8 Jy30 7TH, 8TH AND D STREETS. Sparks Of Interest For Every body: HOT WEATHER INDUCEMENTS! GOODS ALL OVER THE HOUSE MARKED DOWN. FIGURED CANVAS CLOTHS. Beautiful and dressy (roods in an abundance of new designs and stylet*. Sol^l early in the season for 18c. per yard. Have now marked them at 8c. per yard. 1 CASE FIGURED LINEN LAWNS, 18c. per yard. These are pure linen; scores of patterns to select from. Were worth early in the season 37*c. per yard. 2,000 YARDS BLACK NUN'S VEILING, 19c. per yard, reduced from 25c. Something for sea shore and mountain wear. 500 YARDS BLACK ALL-WOOL FRENCH CANVAS CLOTHS, 00c. per yard; reduced from $1. This is 42-in. wide and elegant value. 5.000 YARDS WHITE INDIA LINEN, 5c. per yard; worth 8c. 1 case 40-in. India Linen, 12*c. per yard; worth 16c. 50 DOZEN LADIES' LISLE THREAD GLOVES. 10c. per pair; worth m9C* 60 DOZEN LADIES' BLACK TAFFETA GLOVES, were 40c.; now 20c. 15 DOZEN LADIES' PLAIN LISLE THREAD HOSE, 29c. per pair; were 50c. Only in red, garnet and brown. 5 DOZEN MULL TIES, were 49c.; now 35c. 10 DOZEN NAVY BLUE POLKA SPOTTED FICHUS, were 25c.; now 12*c. 50 DOZEN GENTS' GOOD QUALITY WEB SUS PENDERS. were 25,30 and 35c.; now 12*0. Read our prices on COLOGNE, SOAPS AND POWDERS. Our Sold price, elsewhere. Genuine Cuticnra Soap. 16c. 25c. Pears' Shaviug Soap 18c. 25c. Sanglangue's Face Powder 13c. 25c. Rouge de Theatre, No. 18 15c. 25c. Oakley's Lettuce Soaps 19c. 25c. Pansy Soap 17c. 25c. Violet Water Soap. lift. 25c. Saunders'Face Powder. J. 21c. Uac, Auimoniated Bay Rum (pint bot tles) 21c. 25c. We carry Violet Waters, Cologne, Extracts, Lavender Water and Bay Bum of all the best manufactures. Sachet Powder in all flavors, 5c. per bottle. 60 dozen Gents' Unbleached Full Regular Made HOSE, 12*c. per pair. Remember we have but One Price to alL Also remember that we have catered to the comfort of our patrons by making our store delightfully cool with our patent fans. No discomfort to shop with us. i a r* 5 r* fe tA Snn3 s88! r.f i L A A N NN BSSS H, 5 ? s?% a s BBB U U RRR G HHH Sbbb V I 8 "J S I n gBB RBR OO ,? AA* BBB RRR O O W* 1b# ? i ?oo? ONE PRICK ONLY. Jy20 420, 422, 424, 426 7th Stbctt. : 8. E. Lewis. ! 435 7TH STREET, WASHINGTON. D. O. WANTED-HELP. WANTED?A GOOD COLORED COOK. FOR 20 men. Apply Room 31. Corcoran bld'g. It* \ITANTED_A WOMAN TO DO GENERAL HuUSE 11 work. Arply 030 D st n.w. lt*_ w \KT ANT ED?A GOOD, NEAT COOK. AT ONCE. AT 11 HOLLY TREE DINING-ROOMS, 518 9th st n.w. It* ANTED?A BAKER-IMMEDIATELY. CALL at 1003 43* st 8.W.. bet. K mud L sta. It* w TIT ANTED-OOOK. WAITERS, AT ONCE 210 9TH "i at. n.w. It* WANTED-WHITE AND COLORED MEN AND MM Women: Cooks, maids, nurses, laundresses, una hand*, hostler*. Ac. This snd other cities and country. F. M. BURNHAM. 630-032 Fat n.w. Jy3lMit? WANTED?SIX GOOD CARPENTERS. H HEN DERSON, 1214 E at n.w. Jy30-2t* ANTED-A GIRL TO COOK. WASH AND IRON for small family at 1215 L st n.w. It* \S7ANTED?A RELIABLE COLORED WOMAN TO MM do general housework and to cook. 27 Iowa Cir cle. It* TKTANTKD?A WELL-EDUCATED YOUNG GEN MM tleman, with some journalistic experience, on the staff of 1 he Patentee. Salary or commission: willing to travel; references required. Apply 1301 Est n.w. I* \Jtf ANTED^A YOUNG MAN WHO HAH EXPERI MM enoe in the plumbing and gas business. Apply to F A. KISG, 1311 7th st. n. w. r ANTED ?TWO COMPETENT COLORED , . . Women In a private family, one as first-class | cook, and the other in dining-room and assist in chamber work; city references required. Apply at 927 H st. n.w. Jy2t)-2t*_ VETANTED?A WHITE GIRL OR WOMAN TO DO it general housework for a family ol two; must stay nights; a good home to the right person. Market Store, 231 o Pa. ave. jy29-2t* JAN TED?FIVE BRICKLAYERS AT CONGRESS st., Georgetown. wages $5 iter day. Jy29-2t* WANTED - A" GIRL FOB GENERAL HOUSE work, at 1004 H st n. e. Call after 5 o'clock p. m. J jy28-3f W ANTED-A WOMAN, TO COOK. WASH AND iron for a small family; good wages; must hare reference. Apply at 727 1st st. n.w. Jy28.3t* \\r ANTED^TEiTgoOD PLASTERER8 AT~Tb08 " 25th st. n.w. jyi!8-3t* ANTED ? AT ST. ELMO HOUSE. BERKELEY Springs, W. Va., Pianist and Violinist, or Cornet ist Address BRICE W. CATLETT. Jy28-3t \\TANTED-i0.000 LADY AGENT8 AT ONCE: TT entirely new undergarment; outfit free, condi tionally. Agents average $10 to $20 daily?so can you! All about it Free. Mrs. H. F. LITTLE 36 Lakeside Building, Chicago, 111. Jy27-4t* \VANTET1-rERSONS OFEITHER SEX TOWORE 11 on Cards at their homes; $0 to $9 per week earned; steady employment; no oil painting; uo canvassing. Al! work mailed promptly. |Address NATIONAL CARD CO.. 70 State St., Boston, Mass., P. O. Box 5092. Jy26-eo6t \\T ANTED-WOMEN COOKS, $10 TO $40; Ml rtiaids, nurses, laundresses, houseworkers, men cooks, first and second: waiters, porters, irood dairy men. $20 and board, NATIONAL LABOR BUREAU, 013 7th st. n.w. Jy23-6t* WANTED ? DUNDORE'S EMPLOYMENT Bu reau, conducted by ladies. Men and women,whits and colored.for all kinds of domestic labor, for city and springs,with reference. 717 M st. n.w! Je21-6w* ANTED-A GOOD, SETTLED WHITE WOMAN, to take charge of largo dining-room. Must have reliable reference. Address SURETY, Star office. Jy0-lm WANTED?SITUATIONS. WANTED?SITUATIONS FOR COOKS. MAIDS, housekeepers, nurses, governesses, drivers, waiters, clerks in families, stores, hotels. Ac. City, country, and resorts. BURN HAM'S Employment Headquar ters. 630-032 F st. n.w. Jy30-ot* AN TED-BY A MIDDLE-AGED WHITE ~MAN, sober and reliable, with first-class references, a Situation to drive delivery wagon or any kind of honorable work. Address \\ ORE, Star office. It* WANTED?BY A QUIET AND 1WELL-EXPE rienced lady, position as housekeej>er for gentle men or in a first-class boarding-house. None but bona fide parties need unswer. Address HOUSEKEEPER, Star office. It* \\7 ANTED?EXPERT LADY TYPEWRITER OF MM experience in insurance and lawyers' offices, will work for $5 per week. A few more pupils taken in shorthand, evenings, $9 for course, EXPERT, Star office. Jy29-2t* WANTED-BY A RELIABLE MAN. THOROUGH ly experienced with cast and wrought iron work of every description, situation as foreman or first hand-best references. Address "SOBER," Star office. Jy2&-3t* Y*7 ANTED?KNOW THE HEADQUARTERS FOR t 1 cooks, housekeepers, chambermaids, nurses, house workers, men cooks, waiters, porters, farm and dairymen, with references. NATIONAL LaRi >R BU REAU, 013 7th st. n.w. Jy25-6t* WANTED?ROOMS. WANTED?BY GENTLEMAN WITH 8MAXX quier family two unfurnished (except carpeted) ; communicating Rooms, in northwest, with refined people: permanent if suited; must be reasonable. J. C. Star office. It* WANTED-THREE OR MORE ADJOINING UNl furnished rooms; very light housekeeping; adults; references. Address with full particulars. QUIET, Star office. Jy30-3t* WANTED^ROOMS-TO PARTIES HAVING ROOMS to rent we present advantage to procure tenants that will save them time, trouble, and money. Room Renting Agency, 938 F st. D. RAMEY. fe Jj 15-2m WANTED-HOUSES. WANTED-TO RENT A FURNISHED BOARD ing-house; location mnst ba central and doing an established business. Address Box 19, Star office.* WANTED ?A SMALL FAMILY OF iADULTS wants to rent by the year Ihouse of about 9 rooms in n. w. psrt of city, furnished or unfurnished. Ad dress Box 143, Star office. Jy30-2* \KTANTED?FOR FIRST-CLASS TENANT, FOR MM oue or more years. House, not less thaD 11 rooms; west of loth and north of Ists.; rent not to exceed $1,000 t<er annum. R. H. T. LEIPOLD, Jy29-3t 1331 F st. n.w. WANTED?FOR CASH A new Brick House, 7 to 9 rooms, in northwest section of the city. Apply to S.E.LEWIS, Jy28-3t 435 7th st. n.w., 2d floor. ANTED?DIRECT FROM~OWNER8, HOUSES and Lots for cash purchasers. Any property placed with us will be liberally advertised at our ex pense. Rents collected. Estates managed. Insurance effected. HOLLAND A THOMPSON, Jel3 1313 F St., Adjoining Sun Building. AYANTED^MISCELLANEQUS Y*fANTED?TO BOARD AND TAKE ENTIRE MM charge of twelve children for the month of Au gust ; send them out to have a good time before enter ing school. Address "BLOOMINGDALE," Falls Church. Fairfax County, Va. It* WAS TED-TO PURCHASE. AN ICE BOX; LARGE size preferred. Address CASPER, Star office. It* WANTED?A~LARGE MIRRORTcaLL"AT~OR address 1933 Pennsylvania ave. n. w., (second floor) It* WJ"ANTED?A HORSE FOR HIS KEEP DURING Tf month of August. Best care and attention given. Apply at store, 1229 Penn. ave. Jy30-3t \KTANTED?NEW OR SECOND-HAND TANDEM MIM or Social Machine; must be in good condition. Cash if price is reasonable. Address G. F. H? Star office. Jy30-3t* WANTED?LADIE8 TO LEARN DRESS CUTTING by the actual measure and square rule at reduced price; patterns and dresses cut to order. 1010 F st. n. w. Jy30-3t* tnj ANTED-10.000 CABBAGE PLANTS. FARMER, Mr 327 Missouri ave. Jy30-3t* ANTED?SUPERFLUOUS HAIR POSITIVELY obliterated, leaving no twee, by mj electric nee dle process. Ten years' practice. Indorsed by the lead in-' physicians. Mrs. Dr. GABRIEL, 1321 U st. n.w. Jy23-12t* WANTED-FOR A REALLY "GOOD-FITTING, fashionably-cut Suit of Clothes," made to order, "coat fitted on" before fiuishing, "at a very moderate price," go to ROBERT DALKIN, 224 H it. n.w. Jy25-!sw* ANTED?TO PURCHASE ONE DAYTON WA w v gon in good order; state lowest cash price and whore to be seen. Address C. M., Star office. Jy29-2t* w WANTED - TO ADOPT A HEALTHY. GOOD looking child, under 3 years of age. Please call on Mrs. BURK, 210 1st bt. s.w., Monday, between 10 and 12 o'clock. Jy29-2t* TV A NTED?TO BUY A FIRST-CLASS BARBER V T shop, centrally located. Address Box 83, star office. Jy29-6t* W" ANTED-PARTIES DESIRING TO BE POSTED for the civil service examinations, or those hsving books to post, accounts adjusted and balanced, to call at NATIONAL LABOR BUREAU. 013 7th St. n.w. jy28-eod2w* V*TANTED?STEAM CARPET CLEANING WORKS; \Y fathers renovated, mattresses made over, car nets cali-d for and delivered. Oflice 1402 Pa. ave.; factory 6th ?t. and E s.e. Telephone caU 610-2. F. H. YOUNGS. Jy2I-2m AATAN"TED?HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR Ml second-hand Clothing, Watches, Guns, Pistols, Stoves. Carpets, Feather Beds, all kinds of Household Furniture. Address Box 135, Star Office. Je8-2m* YETANTED^WELLS DUG. BORED, DRIVEN AND VI repaired. All kinds of pumps and pump stocks furnished. Terms moderate. Address W. H. MOF FAT, 3238thst. me. Jyl-2m? Alif AN TED?FURNITURE CARPETS, 8TOVE8, Ml Feather Beds, Clothing, Watches, Guns, Pistols and Household Effects. Highest cash prices paid. Ad dress H. BAUM. 219 7th st s.w. Je25 WANTED?IT KNOWN THAT C. & BUNDY. OF Yy 450 Louisiana avenue (opposite City Hall), is Commissioner of Deeds lor all the States and Terr tories (except Maryland). my 11-0 in WANTED ? COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOB YY every State and Territory. Notary and U. S. Commissioner. JOHN E BE ATX. 132J F sL n.w. Tu office from 0 am. to 5 p.m. Telephone 344-2. f5 PERSONAL. ?CWI|Ouv?m t single number or otherwise, at pal rutes. C. O. D. Address postal < NEWS AND ART AGENcEpo. card to NATIONAL Box 077, Washing It* \TnTICS. ? WILL THE GENTLEMAN WHO IV called at 920 New York ave. a litUe over twfc weeksaroforaccommodation for himaelf aud twop ulaasa oall or send his address at once. Mrs. VeKvnT^'SEIjr#20 New York ave. It* Wi ifogfl CONTEMPLATE CRAMMING C^^SmoUon should call at once for a complete Atlaa amI Cyclopaedia of th. World, only 2o cU Room lo. ?W Cloud Building. -dt ** ? ?? nAffn ?tw 1 ara ?fT T Afl?1 A W11 A. ?oid to any ope NATION QUESTIONS w ^LYSn!"^Inititute. Jy7-lm* Sothwast comer 8th and E ste. n.w. FOR KENT?ROOMS. Fm best?elegant books, with or wtth out T?ble Hoard, summer rates; lacstton T?T fine. 1737 Fstrnw. jy30-St* TX?R rent-four UNFURNISHED BOOMS OS X second flour. newly papered, smURtle for light h' U'-rkerpinK; $18 per month. referenee reqolred. 1516 Let n.w. ?pOR RENT-TWO PLBA8ANT UltlMISHM) J. communicating Rooms, on aeoood floor, for licbt hou.<ekeeplng. Good location. 1*41 L?t. n.wjy30-2t* FOR REST?1024 17TH 8T. K. *v_ SUITE OF furnished. communicating Room* on second floor, with private bath-room; bay window. mn Braptenr; references exchanged; also, room* oa third floor, fur | nished or unfurnished- It* F)R REST-FIRST AND 8ECOSD STORY. FUR nisbed. of a Hou*e in quiet neighborhood, with privilege of owner retaining third floor: gentleman and daughter would board with party tiling house. Address P. Qt R.. Star office. It* For rest-is a desirable neighborhood three communicating Booms on second do r, sulta Sie for light housekeeping; terms moderate; no child ren ; references. Apply at 929 5th st. n.w. Jy80-2t* Fob rknt?712 n st., one or two fur nished Rooms, on flrst floor; ladies preferred: con veniences for light house keeping if desired. It* Fob rkvt-threS unfurnished booms, second floor, with beat and all modern improve ments ; new bouse; 305 E St. n. w.; rant S20; no chil dren. It? FOB REST-ROOMS-PARTIES WANTING ROOMS can nnd wbat will suit them oa our list. Save time and trouble by calling at onr Koom Agency, 038 F st Information free. B.RAMEY. Jy2 2m* FOB BliNT-NICELY FURNISHED FBOST BOOM, in a new house, modern conveniences; for flft; references. ^Inquire Mrs. G. 905 8th st. Jy30-3t* Fob best?two fubnished booms, one large one on flrst floor, one on third floor ; will rent very low for the summer, with or without board; with bath. Oil G at. n.w. It* FOB REST?PLEASANT, NICELY FURNISHED Room and Board for two reliable gentlemen, with small private family, where they will nave home com forts and home cooking. Call at 1140 8th St. n-W-, be tween 1 and S p.m. It* X)R RENT?PLEA8ASTLY LOCATED FlT^ . niahedRooms; special rates for summer. 463 G st. n.w. If For best-nicely furnished rooms with board; $20 per month and upwards. (Mechanioa I can be accommodated with early breakfast) 512 12 th st It For rent-second-floor 511 ?o st. n. w. References. It* 'OR RENT?FURNISHED.BEAUTIFUL SUMMER Koom*; bay-windows in every room;.corner house; r!ll(inth?n<lAs0?f?o?.*. * ?ul * F "*? 1 ?jr ?.?v?v??o <u Vi*C4j iwiu,iwiuvr wuic; new; south and east front; references required. 1101 R st n. w. Jy30-6t* IOR rent?two DELIGHTFUL unfurnished rooms, at 940 L st n.w., reference exchanged. Jy29-2t* _^OR KENT-HASDSOMELY furnished SUITE ?\.r?oni8. private bath, flrst floor, also single rooms, 92014th st. n.w. v jy29-lw* OR RENT-THREE unfurnished ROOMS Apply 1326 7th stn. w. Jy29-3t? For rent-at is grant place, two large nicely-furnished communicating second-flewr Rooms, with four large closets; also, one third-floor Hall-room. Jy29-3t* For rent?second floor, consisting of lour rooms, nicely furnished for ligbt housekeep ing. Rent very reasonable to right parties. Apply 1414 Columbia st n.w. Jy29-3t OR RENT?SECOND FLOOR. FOUR DELIGHT^ ful rooms, completely furnished for ligbt house keeping (including new Dangler vapor stove); water on same floor; plea*aut location n.w.; rent $20 per month for summer term. "GEN.." Star office. Jy 29-3t FOR REST?1110 F ST., THIRD FLOOR, FROST room, ?10; two splendid second floor rooms, three closets, north and south exposure, to two or four l>er song, for summer or winter. $:i0. Jy29-3t* FOR RENT?THREE COMMUSICATISG ROOMS, second floor, facing north and south; suitable for housekeeping; large, cool, in every particular desira ble. 322 C st. n w. Jy28-3t* For rest-pleasastly furnished rooms, single or eu suite; handsomely furnished Purler and bed-room on first floor. 326 4X st n.w. Jy28-3t* FOR RENT-THREE LARGE "BEAUTIFUL UN furnished Rooms, on second floor, with hot and cold bath; suitable for a doctor, dentist or dress maker. Three lines of cars pass the house. Apply to 604 11th st. n.w? near cor. F st Jy28-3t* FOR RENT-KITCHEN A S D DINING-ROOM; also. Front and Back Parlor, suitable for housekeep ing, to responsible partifea. Apply at 204 D st- n.w. Jy28-St* I TJOB RENT? JP 218 I ST. N.W? Furnished and Unfurnished Rooms, at summer rates; elevated, cool and delightful location; no children. Jy28-3t For rest-two commusicatiso rooms, with closets and bath, unfurnished, third floor.810. One lartre airy back room, second floor, furnished, 8(3. Call after 4 p.m., at 1131 9th st n.w. Jy28-3t* FOR RENT?FURNISHED AND unfurnished rooms, single or eu suite - south front sanitary plumbing; convenient to thre* linea of cars. Tranaiant guests accommodated. 11211 at n.w. Jy28-3t* For rent-usfurnishedTsix large roomsT first aud second floors; bouse newly finished; yard and cellar concreted; cool and pleasant; near cars snd departments; terms reasonable; references exchanged. 307 M st n.w. Jy28-3t* For bent-fine rooms, handsomely fub nished, in most desirable house, 1015 L st n.w? corner L and 11th sts. Jy28-3t* For rent?1720 h st. n.w., large," hand some communicating Rooms, second floor; board if desired; gentlemen preferred; one square west of War and Navy Departments. Jy6-5w* FOR RENT?TWO LARGE PARLORS, OSE BACE Room, on second floor, unfurnished; southern ex l osure; newly papered; no children; rent $15 to ra sponsible persons. 1113 K at. n.w. jy2o-lw* 1X>R~RENT?IS A DESIRABLE NEIGHBORHOOD, four communicating rooms on sscond floor suit able for light housekeeping. Terms moderate, family small, no children. References. Rooms open between 7 and 8 p. m. Apply 1609 19th at n.w. jyM-lm T70R ltfesT?FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED JF ROOM8. Transient . ? 826,828 7th st n. w. Main entrance, 826 7th st Street cars pass the door to all parts of the ritv OPEN ALL NIGHT. JeS-te FOR RENT?OFFICES. FOR RENT-OFFICE ROOMS-A RARE CHANCE Ad entire second floor, two rooms; $25 per month. Inquire on premises, 611 F st n.w. Jy28-3t* ORTkENT?TWO NICE OFFICE BOOM8, LOWER floor, 635 F st n.w., after July L 1887, st $65 per month, by the year. Will paper and paint and tuor* outdily renovate rooms. JOHN E. BEALL k CO* Je7-3m 1321 Ft n.w. FOR RENT?MISCELLANEOUS FOR BENT-WORKSHOP AND OFFICE FOR builder, carpenter, painter, or other business; formerly occupied by Mr. F. W. Pilling; rear of 923 D st, between 9th and 10th sts. n.w., and near sidswalk. Inquire at 926 Louisiana ave. Jel0-2m For rent-"learn type-writing." Machines rented at $5 per month and sold on monthly payments. my4-3m "CAL1GBAPH OFFICE." 933 F st n.w. COUNTRY REAL ESTATE. For hale-a good country home brauti fully situated, within few minutes' ride of Wash ington; very conveniently located: suited for summer and winter residence; very healthy; house, barn, and ten aerus of land for $2,500; terms easy. Inquire Room 2,303 7th st. n.w. Jy30-5t? For sale-two cottages at garrett Park, on tbe Metropolitan Branch, overlooking the railroad and a wide sweep of country, are for sale on small monthly instalments with s flrst payment of a few huudred dollars. These handsome cottages will be ready for occui>ancy in a few weeks and can be in* spected at any time. Sunday trains leave the B h 0. station at 10:10 a-m. and 1:15 p.m. Desirable lots for sale on monthly payments. City office. 706 8th st n.w.. opposite Patent Office. HENRY N. COPP, Jy30-3t Secretary. F?,R?ENT?ELM0NT" 80 ACRES, half cleared; small I farm house, 5 rooms; shade trees, garden, and vegetables; stable; spring. Situated on SUH ^ eMt of Silver Spring station teSWiryaar* Appiy For sale-carlis sprisgs. hioh eleva tion; pure air; best water. Lots in syndicate $100. $10 per month. Sixteen bouses are going to be built by purchasers. BAXTER * MaoGOWAS, Jy30-3f 1008-1010 Fst P5R 8ALE?AT BOYD'S STATION, ONE Ot THE best Farms in Montgomery County, 160 acres: 10 acres timber; balance lu highest state of cultivation; well fenced and watered; nine-room house and all out buildings ; everything perfect; a fine dairy farm; house filled with summer boarders; location unsurpassed; ?churches and schools. $11,000. 127 Acres, Randolph Station; dwelling and out buildings, fruit, Ac. $7,000. 51 Acres, Herndon, vi; a magnificent place a&d cheap. $6,000. 10 Acres two miles above President's beautiful rite; fruit aud buildings. $3,500. 48 Acres, Bockvllle pike, four miles from city; good house; fine place. $7,000. 600 Acres, Brooke, Stafford County, Virginia; ten room manaion, fruit shad<* he. ? river and mountain cenery; fishing and ducking; a fine place. $6,600. 5 Am'8, Galthersburg; house barn, fruit he. $3,000. 37 Acres, one mile from Bladensburg; house, fruit he. $i,400. 22 Acres, Herndon, Va.; house and outbuildings; $2,0001 200 Acres, Herndon ,Va; finely improved. $6,000. 13X Acres, near Alexandria, va.; One fruit house, outbuildings, he. $4^00. BAXTEB * MacOOWAN, ly30-3t* 1008-1010 Fst. n.w. F)R SALE?IN TAEOMA PARE, FINE NEW COT tage, la rye grounds, all conveniences, near station, will be sold at once: easy terms BAXTER h lUcGOWAN. 1008.1010 Fst. Jy304lt* Jy30-3f Fob ton Grove, in good co dious, and near fine wall balance of season. M. Grove. conaiooa. large and oomn U of water- not moderate 1 D. PECK. 834 V st,oratt FOB R^ST-F^JD-KOOlf COTTAGE IN "MEL r rose Park," Hyattsville: domIlIuw \0Lm00A mw Brooke Park Hotel to Cabin JohnBridee. snd frontunr on canal, improved by good colntrv "touae and onC houses. Price, $30,000; one-half cash. one and two years, 6 per csnt *30.5- ?OH* X. BULL Jk 00. _ X' small nomes of from one to 100 aeNS: imnrovsd and unimproved, within from one-half mils tethree as?s&ti aaa-s.'i ?araBs-irsiK 1007 F st >ll-3m Laskets Loan Office, No- 861 Pennsylvania avenue 1 Money Loaned on Gold and Silver Ws L?.S old GOLD and SILVER FOR RENT?HOUSES. K $ENT-A PLEASANT COTTME. TWELVE roons. cool Mid shady, with larv* ft\ unds. delbrht vz Xtj . , _ w ? ???? i? ? | ? . v r ? i i , ?. lM sunjjnjw resklsnce ISO B st na. near Um< Capitol. *t . #?o 67 170S N. T st*. 8r #20.40 1*07 31st lOr, ml .4% 50 1411 33dst.Sr *40 40 l*0o 31st lor.. m.i.45.50 717-717k 20th. 7r .J0.4i 1143-1 3bk 12r .. .45.50 713 2d st-. Or 20 40 3012 Dumbartonst.Sr 40 2250 Cleveland sv.. 90-30 l<rlb Fst . lOr .uU.. 40 2316G at..7r,f bto.'WOO 134,? WsllacLtr...37.50 2033 K St., 7r -0 2129 P*. ?v? 7r ,m.i 35 50 4 50 H st. 6r ...18 40 2*29* Pajv..7r ,ioiS5 50 24*7 X at. 6r.. m M, 7r. ntl 35.50,311 .W st n e? 8r ... 16.50 W23dst, 8 r., mil$o.50 y44 26th st.. Or 1*30 1?K^?.7rjb LSlCSr 3167 r st.. Or J 0 *0 181BO?t.,10r^*.l 352000 Lst.. 5r 15 30 ?.5*- 8r* - 3:J Uw 2129* IV a*., 4r. .15 7.1.?? L?V ttr- ni.! .. 28.5o 1203 CSth St., 5r .14 30 ?Mrji.LM.M'Sl IB P? m., 4r 13 }**?J fierce Phwe, 7127..">0 722 17th sc. 4r 12.50 A?& m.L. .25.50 2204 M st., 3r..... 12 2120 H st..8r .35 40 19?4 X V sre. 5r 12 2?04W, Lst. 6r?m.i.25 30 7 Ale* Court, 5r.... U.50 2135 P?. mv.. 6r .m.L25,30 2418-18 Vs. ave.. 4r....l0 *Sa3 Sro"l*ct Tr?25 Jr.* V*. av<?. 4 rs 10 &9S S1,*^ 5rj- 1:>UK 34th st.. 5r 10 \ii? 3X?t at. fr.. nui_. .25 2106 1 at.. 3r. .. 10 J] 12 15 th ?t.. 8r.,m.I. .25 STORES 23d,7r? m.1.22.50 020 18th at 30.40 SU*? 23rdst 7r. io.i. .22.50 1:152 D ?t. 25 22^5 13th st.. 7r... 21.30 1934 10th at 22 50 1219 30th st, 6r ... .20.50 8 tors 3010 Mat 15 for a full list apply to WMCOTT k WILCOX. _? 30 1007 Pennsy 1 vmii ava. n.w. For rent-from august ist! house 1410 10th st. 11.w? in food repair, #2o per month in ad nncf. Inquire of J NO. B. SCOTT, Howard Ho o??. Jy25-12t* T?OR RENT-A SEAT SIX-ROOM FURNISHED r Brick House, larre front vanl, 043 O st. u.w.: 130. Also, aix-room Brie*. 824 B st.ae.. #10; key next door. JJWNER. 518 9th at. n.w. Jy30 3t POH RENT?FIVE-BOOM BRICK HOC8E, OON vrnleot to dapot WM. H. ELI.I SON. jy30-3t* Falla OhurcL, Va. F6r"saLE?CIGAH STOKE. 452 D ST .OPPOSITE City HalL Apply 311 4H at a.w. Jy30-U* Fir RENT?640 O 8T. B. E ? 10.50 1306 3d at a. e 17 243 10th at n. ? *0 40 437 Delaware ava. a. w 15 100 0 at a. e 35 306 Maaa. ava, u. e 22 LOWE k DONOHOE. Jy30-3t* 308 East Capitol at. FOR RENT?SOB MASSACHUSETTS AVE. S E. uswOrooniand bath, bay window. Bnck H >niw>. with all improvement, Just pai?red, reut only #22 ? month. Apply to H. JAEOEU. 15 4th st. a.e. J30.;?t* FOR RENT-^1223 T ST.. MOST df.sirable 1 ?eren-room Brick, laiwe yard: exoelli-at n?>iirt)tK>r- I hood; only ?25. Apply to J. P. WRIGHT. 3H? 4 H at, n.w.: or OWNER. 223 Eaat Capitol at. lj :<0 3t* F)R RENT-DESIRABLE BRICK. 1428 6TH ST n.w.. 8 rooms, bath, cellar, lanre yard, to., and in *0?.^ repair. <40. ALBERT F. FOX, 920 F at n w. FOR RENT-111~C~ST ~N K.: 8 ROOM*," CEU . lar and bath, f:i.500. 922 P st. n.w.; O r<M>ni?, cellar and bath; 43.5O0. 1722 1 Oth at. n.w., 8 rooms. f2,500. Two 6-room frames, new, Oale st.. between 5th and l(ith sts. n.e.; i 1,500. HAi;i?I\<i i: WATERS. OOtJllth st. n.w. Ji 30-3t | OR RENT?BY R. O. HOLTZMAM. furnished. F K. near Conn, ave t'>0O 19th A Jefferaon PI. *200 Mass a v nrThot - -- low* Circle. 15r Lafayette Sa. E at..near 10 va* ni J . *,fV r NV? UUl low# V HTW .]?.*?? Varmoutav.nearO.llr2.*?0 11th.near Oat.. lOr .100 K. near Conn, a*., 15r.250 21st. near F at 75 17th ft, near K, 20r.. .210 X. 11 ave. A N st.. Wr 5?? H at., near 14tb. 16r...200 A st., near 2d n.e.. 6 ra. .45 19th at, nr. It, 10 rs. .2001 UNFURNISHED. 10 Lafayette Sq? 17r#150 144 Ast. r e. lOrs ...35 509 I2tb st, lMr 10O 1724 4th at n.w? 8m.. .30 1211 13tU ki., lor 100 2223 13th st ,br 27 8i2Conn*T.u.w.,10rS3.:t3 1405 Columbia st 25 814 Conn. av_ lOr. .83/t'l l.Vi4 Columbia st. 25 910 Fat. n.w .llr?83.3.1 1251 H st. n. e,. 7ra. .. 25 1000 9th. n.w. 12ra..?3.33 1253 H st. n. e., 7ra 25 425 10th at. n.w.,12 r?. 309 D at. a.e., 6r 10 and store 75 535 Oth st. a.e., 5ra 13 1203F?.av. 7r? 65 421 lltL at. n w.. 2Irs. 05 OFFICE ROOMS. 162313th st.n.w.,10rs..50 525 13th at.. 9r 125 1414 11th at. n.w 40 Sun Buildv from 30-100 124th st. s.e.,10r 40 1211 Fat.. 3d floor 36 14 4th st. s.e? 10ra 40 47t' La. ave., from 10 to 20 1115 11th st. n. w? Sr. .35 y.'il F st n w., :>d floor 22 1341 Wallach Place ....35 7th and E at*, n.w. 10A15 Property piaceo witn me for rent or aale is liberUi/ adj ertiafed free of cost to the owner. For list 0/ prooertT for sale, call or send at office. _Jy30 R. O. HOLTZMAN. 10th and F ata. a. w. FOR RENT-BRICK HOUSE 330 1ST ST. N. E. all mod.imps.; in yood order; front and bs-k yards. coal vault in front; #22. T. GALLIOAN. 230 1st st. n^ Jy30-3t* TSOR RENT JT 422 llth st ?.w.. 6r.. 314 3d st i.e., Or., w. w. and ? #16.50 and ft #16.30 S13M 7th at. a.w., Or.. 1250 4 ^ at. a.w., Or., vaierand gas 16.30 water and iras 16.30 236 14th at. a.w., 6r. 60S Va. ave. a.w., 5 r., w.15 water and gmi 10.50 .344 H st. a.w, 5r lo 337 M st. g.w.,5r..w 12 54 M st s.w., 4r H 808 7th st 8.W., Or., w ..15 510 4>t a.w , 5r.. w. 14.30 133 Va. ave. a.e., 5 r_w.. 10 O-.^ I st s.w.. 5r.. w 13 1111 Del. av. s.w? 4r..8.50 Cor. 4>4 and K a.w., store Cor. 9th atd C ata. a.e., . auddw?iiinir 30 ?tore and dwelling 25' jy30-3t* C. H. PARKER, cor. 4k A E sta. a.w. T7?OR RENT?danenhower A SON. 1115 F ST. M? 28 Iowa Circle, 12r#100 2t?0W E at. n.e., ttr #13 518 8. C. ave. a.e. dr.22.o0 721 24th at n.w., 6r ... 13 603 2d at. n.e.,6r 20 2205 E st. n. w? 4r 12 606 2d at. n.e., 6r 20 209 E at. n.w., 4r 12 1450 Madison at. n.wOr.18 2047 E at. n.w , 4r 12 904 5th st 11.w.. or 18 2523 Q st. n.w? 4r 8 1227 22d st n.w., 6r....18 2525 W st n.w., 4r 8 203 E st n.e.t 6r 13' _Jy30-3t For rent-handsomf.lt furnished two story tbay window). South front sitting n>otn an 1 , bedroom aecond floor; on a line of transit and within three blockaof three lines > with small private family, or will furnish as bedrooms, with occasional use of family parlor; references required; a permanent, 1 pleasant home for desirable people. Address Bos | 118. Star office. Jy30-3t* For rent-three-story brick hoCse~9 rooms, latrobe. ranjre. bath, concrete cellar in ex cellent condition; #35; to a irood yearly tenant, if 30. Apply at 908 Rhode Island ave. n.w. jy30-3t* FQRRENT- : 1435 R st. n.w.. 7 rooms, all mod. imps #35 149 and 151 Va ave. s.e 10 1 1518 B st. as 7 | THOS D BOND. Jy30-3t# 125 Pa. ave. n.w. F OR RENT?603 23D ST. N.W.; LAST OF A ? beautiful row of new bricks: yav water: sewered. #15 per month. davidson A DAVIDSON, It* 4H and D sts. n.w. T^OR RENT?445 M ST. N.W . SIX ROOMS, HALL J/ and bath room, all modern improvements; hot and cold water, Ac. Terms. #25 per month. For key. Ac., call at 1414 Columbia at It ORKKN T-ONLY # 16 PER MONTH-19O0 17T H st. n.wM brick house. 6 rooms and bath. raiute aad latrobe. THOH. E. WAQOAMAN, .A^ent. Jy30-3t? T70R RENT- ,1448 T st n.w., 6r. .#18.30 r Scott ave. n.w., Or .15 9'<:3 8th stn w^l0r.#65.40 705 Irwin st?5r 13 1202-1204 Oat. n.w-40.632223Cleveland st. 6rl4.M."i 8 bet.l4thA15thn.w.40.50 004 I st. n. e.. 4r 12.50 1100 6th st n. w.,8r.. 40 423 Franklin st u.w..5r.l.*> 222913that.6n.M.i.27.50 1028 S. Cap. st. 4r...lo:k) 220012th stnw..9r.m .i30 920 F st. n.w., 2 off r.. .12 479 I at. n.w.. stAcel... .20 6 Ocrden ave. u e 4r 9 13 Bistrden's al.ey,4r..9,30 A. 8. CAY WWD. 1110 O st n.e? 4ra 8 Cor. 9th and K ata. n.w. Jy 30.31* F? RRENT? . n.w? 1U....V.1K4 Mass.av.mw.,7r.2,).40 ~ n.w% 10r....75 1916 L st n.w? 6r. 25.3.) . lOr?75 925 10th st n.w., 7r. ...25 ?, 12r 70 1326 8th st. n.w.. 7r.22 40 n ?.t 11* n\ fi /I ?? .. ... ..? 1221 6th st. lOr. #40 1708 Rivim st. 5r 13 619 Mass. ava n.e.. 10r.40 110 to 120 M st s.w. 319 A st n. e.. Ur 40 5r 10.30 2119 Boundary at. 8r ..35 2'<10 15th st ,-4r 8 2121 Boundary st 7r.. .30 12 14th st. s.e., 4r 8 414 Spruce st, LeDroit 12 and 20 Dintrmau Park, 6r 27.50 Place. 4r 9 716 9th st n.e., 7r 25 912 7th at s.e.. 7r 15 2508 14th st., 6r 24 1 Half at. a.w., 4rs 6 1113 8 st, 6r 25 IS to 22 Bladensbuiff 1808, 1810 ft 1812Oth Road. 4-room frames...7 st n.w., 7r- 25 934 9th st. n e.. Sr. ..10.30 3 School st. Mt Pleas- 8 M st. n.e.. 7r., all ant, 6r 18 mod. imps 18.50 152110th st, 7r 25 1017 15th st n.w? 15 rooms, furnished, from Sept l,pnce#125. CHAS. E BANES. Jy30 3t 1003 Fst n.w. For bent 112114th,14r. .#S3 :? Arthur Pl*en.w..7r?27.50 1754 M st n.w.t llr?75 224 Msss. av.n.w.,7r.25.40 1103 H st r " 1815 M st. i 1706 Fst, mm 00V 13th st. n.w.. llr...70 8 G st n.w. 6r 2l 1756 Pst n.w., llr 65 404 Boundary n.w.,7r. . 25 131 Md. ave n.e? llr..00 1425PisrcePlace,6r.22 NO 826 13that n.w.. 12r...60 1316-244Hst.s.w.0r22.5O 1918 H st. n.w. lOr 60 605-619 H n.e? Or . 20.50 328 Indiana ave., 12r...00 1019 N. Cap. st. tlr.. 20.50 1016 17th st. n w? 10r.55 612-16 C st. n.e^ Or .20.50 217 E. Cap. st. 12r. .50.60 416 N.J. sv. n.w . 6r 18.35 1410 N st. n.w^ 9r. ,.55.5.> :1414 P st n.w? Or . . .18.:i0 516 8th st. n.w.. lOr.45.55 30 O st. n.w., 6r 18 2102 H st n.w_7r 42.50 1:18 Pien e st.. Or 16.50 007 H st n.w., 13r 50 27-29 Defrees st.. Or 1O.07 722 21st stn. w^ Or.41.67 2206 Cleveland st.0r. 16 50 931 Ostn.w.,9r 40.50.3426 Prospec t at.,6r,16.:t0 1249 9thstn.w.,9r. .40.42 912 25th st. n.w., 5r 16 40?M 1st st.nw., llr...4011428 21stst. n.w., 5r ,.1? 1120 13th stn. w.,8r...40,414 N.J.sve. n.w..or. 15.30 104th st s.e, 8r.,... .35.35 2034 8th st. n.w.. tir. 15,:?0 2313 M st.n.w.v9r 35 333-49 McLesii.or. .13.:10 1310-1; 84 1st.1 1023E.Cap !?_ 1930 14th aC n.w, 7r.. .28 518 oth st aa? 5r.. 739 3d ?tn.w.,7r....27 90 Jy30 B- H. WARNER * CO.. 916 F st n.w. FOR RENT-NEAT NEW HOUSE, NINE ROOMS, bath-room, cellar, ramre, latrobe; two squares from Streetcars; 333 Spruce st, Le Droit Park, only #25. Inquire W. A. COULTER, 23 St Cloud buUdiup. It* For rent?three brickTten^1i6oms7~bay window; all modern improvements: 417 2d st. n.w.; #45 per month In advanca. Inquire 629 N. J. ava Q.W. Jv29-2f XX)R RENT-A LARCE STORAGE warehouse A13,000 square feet of rround surface, two stories; a large Blacksmith Shop and complete set of tools, both on Water st, foot of 1 Oth st, s.w.; a latve two-story Brick BuUdinr, two stories, tin root complete sewer sc*. Kai and water; 7,000 ft floor surface. next to corner 14th and B sta. n. w. JAMES F. BARBOUR, Lumber Merchant Jy29-6t 14th anU B n.w. _ ?X?R RENT?THREE-STORY BRICK. 8 ROOMS, JT 1413 D st n.w.; modern improvements: rent feisi??" *xi "? "?* FOR RENT-HOUSE 472 O 8T. N. w.; 11 ROOMS, with all modern Improvements; rant #35. Inquire at 1000 O et Jy29-3f T7OR RENT?THE NEW BBICK HOUSE,1635 13TH r st. n.w.; 8 rooms, laundry aud cellar- all modern improvements: rent #60 par month. Apply at Jewelry stors, 1506 14th st. n.w. jy 29-2t* T^OR RENT?HANDSOME EIGHT-BOOM NEW J7 Dwulinv. pressed brick, bay windows on each floor; modern improvements; 30 fset front; parkiuf, caU vault ^2il 3d st n.w. 940. Apply corner 3d )R RENT?HOUSE 505 M ST. N. W. APPLY TO JOHN 8 BRIGHT, 1406 P?na. sra. n.w Jy29-gt? fOR RENT? J; 609 F st u.w.; 16 nou ,.|1N SK st. n.w.: 7 rooms. #22.50 Est n.w.;7 rooms 16.33 CHAS. W. HANDY. jy29-3t 921 Fsta.w._ "POI RENT?r* AN AC06T1 A, OWE NEW SEVEN room House; modern Improvements, wide hall; water in kltcbsn ? Aiwt-aiaaa aatrhborhood. Apply to H. A. GRlSWQLfa. Jyl3-3m KR RENT?HOUSE 4 MASS. AVE.; 6 BOOMS, I0.0O per mouth. Bows 10 Maaa ava^ 6 rooms; modern improvements; #18.50. Store cor. New Jer w ?ve-* ?t n.w. Apply to W. C. JOHNSON. 718 13th stn. w. lylS-lmo F?S ly 18-1? RENT?ONE NEW TWO-STORY BBICK House, IntM buUsr pantry.baU room, con crete cellar, with Senile go to the ' K FOR RFNT -HOFSFS. ?Oll RENT?HOCBES. -15 Uth st. n.w. Tn M i--? fr. pt i. I7r.$83.33 140J to i?<m) iu.ae?. I?x.? I n.w_ I4r PO n.e. flr wj 110AD sk a.e..l lr.. fur .?> ;i Mjnle rt.uf.7r . Jf> HOT E st. n w 10r_ 30Tpprr rsrt <0!S B it a L'i>per iwrt 1408 p at 5r ?.w_Ar 2# 323 UliilM..#, "|i 123. O ?l u.w.. 7r 2* '.wO B'dy ?t n 4r IS 1 HM? U at. nw ,fW .So V> F.untr> el n.w 4ra 301 L st. n.w., 7r... 22.50 283? 10th at n w..4r ItSI t M. Km. Sr. 20.46 530. 5.18. 540 13th si . 22 F st. aw.. 8r .20 n.f 5r IS 38 Mrrtle ?t n e? flr .. 1:tifh Kiln} Imt :M * 4lb B2V dsl e.w . 4r 14 E B L ?U n e . 4r . ? lM'l ttth ?t n.w., 4r.... 1.1 420 Oedar Court n m 80 Dst a.w..6rs . .12.30 4r? .. f BO 713 lfltb rt in , flr ...12 (Ol Kmti ?Vmt b 4r.J Oak 1**11. lt*Ul *1 rL 2t? O el n.e., 4r .... J nw?2r 1C rj'|*rr*rt9'.,4 DiUvc ?17 E*rre?s *1 n * 4r 10 n.e., 4r .1 l!241 10th st.n w.,4- . 10 STORE* AND OFFICES. Store and dwelling 1400 I Vernon P ?t. n.w.. Sr . fflo t?th and Btr. and dwelling. 1314 Mth uid Tib st. n.w.. sr 4 j stabU 40* La. ave..l<e*enient.. .30 Cellar (M I*, eve., 3d floor. Stable ratr 1UI 10th 4r 90 aT..?M?a 401 i th at.. 4 th floor, 4r.25; HIT. rm. a. a cor. 4th and N at*, n.w IN Tba above ta only a i>ortion of the property oc nay hook*. For full liat rail at office for bulletin Umuod oi the lat and l ?th. l.H >1 THtHl E UAOOAMAB I!*OR KENT? ' 23 Iowa Circle. 3-story brick, 10 rooms $100 00 1.M0 I' at., 3-stor? brick. 10 rooms 70 00 1204 Q at.. 3-etort bri- k. 9 rooms ?, f?* 34 hO,"t t> at , .'l-story brick 10 ruoma 4.Y00 1422 11 th at.. H-atory brick. 9 rootna 40 0O 1515 T ct. .'t-story brisk, 9 rooma 35 00 2214 12th st? 2-story bftok.tM<?a 18.00 1202 H at. n. e., 2-at?<rjr brick. fl rooms 22 Vo 1204 Ht st. n. s.. 2 story bn. k. C rooms ..... #2 50 12tH? M at. n. ?.-X' -atorj bi t?-k. 6 r . mud ator?.. 4<) 00 i?C 1 1 Cl?>vrlku<ra>w n.w 2 atory liri,-k, rt r 1&.M For tnll Int. Juruwlii'd boiia??. tc, rail mt ffio* jyl.VItw M M. FAKKLK, 1 4lit F at. B. w. F)R RENT-10M 1TTH HT K W. TEN ROOMlC two l?tlia, all modern iiu|>r?)\t rnftiU. <laau% bla location, luu'ilra on i?reuita?ia and of Dr J V HAHI.AN. 915 lrttb at. Jy2# .MP VMK KENT - A NEAT jmaTOBT. O HOOH. r i>r<?a brick Houaa, bay window, all modem tin provementa. 31K H at. a a : key at 3 J4 J> *J?-3t* F>R KENT^A DE8IR4BLJC AM) CON> KM*Sf Houae. 1 Vt.'W Vermont aw*.. T ntomaattd l?Oi nlc? vmrd. modern naprownn-nU . key next door JyVk-.tt* I.^OK KF.JiT?THREF.-STOKY NT* MHICE Horn|F bay wlndowa. atx rooma, water, iraa. latrobea at>3 mi.krt. i:t4N Bouudary at. Wt-> at ocnier atora. 14tb ?tiJ Bouiidarj- ata Kent $18. _ jy.'N :?? IViH RENT ELEGANT TEN ROOM HOfSE l.llt Sat. n.w.; all motlem lmprovementa, imly $40. Alao, 24 lb 1 at u w . six twiua. ouly $18 Ai | ic C. F. NORM EN T, 61T Loutaiaua ava. _Jjr2B-w* FDR RENT? t Kin 11th n ?- .10r. $7.S 1240 H it.M., 8r $20 1231 9th at., n.w.. lOr. .40 12 * at n w.. 7r U0 141" 9th at u.w.,10r 4<' 31b lat at a.a.. 6r lo 4". ! N. V ave.. Or MO ???M 10(1. *t 11 Tr 14 JI at. n.w^ Tr, 23 1336 New H*Mp.aT..4r.l3 T31 12th at. n.w., Or 23 ?33 3th at. a.e? Hr 1C :<*J1 4 H ?t. ?.w? a.* d....23 2014 Va. a*w u.w^4r.. 11 1*32 it at. u.w , or ALBEliT F. FOX. P20 F ( Jy28-t>t V~0 T at. n.w. 1' jOR RENT?COST H!\ ROoM~i?M!t"K. 122 MAHft. av n.w . n*'?r Kvtimou cellar, ?it?r. raa. la tr<'lie . n tit $?.>0. Inquire at 43T 7th at. H.W.. rxxHB a. ?croud floor. 1)'2$<9C* F ^(?R KENT 1011 T KT. * W . THRI E-HTORT Hnrk. in t>erf.M-t order, h r>?>ii.a. bath. , nawljr pointed and pa|?reU, key at 1013 T at For terms, k*\. ajl'ly to CUAS. C r>rS? ANboN. Jy2S-:it tfth and D ata. n.w. 1^-|R R1NT - VERY PEHIRABUE 8IX-BOOM r Brick. t>ath-rooin and cellar, latrotisa, raiw?% kc.. n* wly 1 >apered and i>aiuW. 413 Hpruoe ?L LeDri>lt F.irk. Inquire of owner, 10C3 10th at n.w. jy2M-lw* 170R REM - 029 1 t?T. N W? SEVEN KOOMI; 4 kev at 800. $:i0. M. M PARKER. jyjT-Ot 141$ r at. F OR RENT - N. W , K. E. Hotiv. 8t. lUiia. Per m. Tl -uae $t, Kiua Prr a. IOOH N. 10. m i $35 ?? H, K. m l $20 14.V! t>>rooran.lO,m.l.. ii.'i 04 Ja?'kaon.3.Awat'r 11 00 144B Corcoran,$, in i ,:to 123 H> Ui tta.4.kwafrlQ 30 2220 O, M, m.l 3230 i:t53 C. 8. aiiS watar .0.30 2313 11. T. ut.i 'J.'t b. E. 4".'S E. Or tr. and w 20 42T 7th. 7r. ,b L 20 41'J21at at.. Or fr andw.lt. KiO GUi, h. Ui-i. IM.JC 521 23d st. Ortf and w... 15 2:<13 a. S. IT and w... l.S ^''.O*.* Kiuir'acouit 4r 11.30 Cb. al. bet. lat & N.< 'ai>. and L k M, 4r water.. 10 Store c. 23d and Vt. av. 1 Tr and atore 331 J AS. H M ABU. Kaal Estate and lnauraooe A went. _Jy2741t u;Wl T at. "IJHJR RENT?FROM Al'ODKT lsf, ONE HAND I wine new 14-rooin H<>ua<-. 441* Oat. n.w.. with all moiern ini|>rt<veiiienta. rent $76 per mouth, houa* oiK-n for iimpectiou. For lurtLer luformation apt>lf to R ti< >La>SfUMlD, 1223 F at. n.w . Room l.J)27 4t 1S0R RENT? M.jI y at.. 8r. *atore$60 32 K at. n e? Sr.. m. I. $20 I UOb F at. 10r., all m. i. . 00 311 7th it . Or. m.l 18.30 940 R at.. 7r , all m l 30 313 4th a* . 6r. m.l.18 :?0 l."il3 tithat.0r,a.m.i$25.40 ?? 1 1 1< *t n.e.,Hr ,m.i 18.:iO 608 N. Y ave? Tr, m i .25 0:<T O at. a. c , Bra ..m.l. 17 401 D at.n.e., flr, tn.t 22.50 1232 N. J av..5r ,w .16 o0 2008 i:Ul$Ht 0r..m.l.22 50 nil 12th at n.e 5r..m.i 14 H18 V at.. 0 r.. m. L. Io.:t0 Tl? 12th at a.a. 5 ra $ 81512th at.n.e..6r..m.i 1H UWORMSTEDT k BRAHLET. Jjr27-lm W27 Fat 1."V?R RE XT?EIGHT ROOM BRICK. DW tXEIKO( tlioroinrh repnira Juat complotsd; ouly $19 iwr month, the beat dweJJinar in thiw rit> for the i>n<w. 415 1 at a.e. K. A. PUlLLD'h, 1428 New Yorkawa. |y26-lw* JX?R RENT ?PARTil * desiring TO RENT OR buy Htorea or liweUiiie'a can, by calllu* at our ? office. And a liat (too lou?r for publication) from wbick they can select Just auch a hotiae aa they uiay need. SELLER k REPKTTL jj*25-flt 326 Pa are. a.e. F_ OR Rl.X'T - TWO NEAT TW^-STt >RY SIX rooms and bsth brick houaaa. ?210 and 2214 12tti ? at. n.w.; all mod. Imp., price # I K.:t?? each i<er nu>uUi. Til OH O. H EN' 8k Y, Jy23-lw liXWF at. n.w. 1" >OR RENT -1020 8TH ST N W NEW THREE utorj" Brick Ba?eiiient Houae. bay window, teu rooma and tmth ; t?'o latrotaw. raliire. iuantl<-a Uirotvb out; all modern lmprovwn^uta EMMONS^SMITM. Inquire boaiou N ariety Store, 705 and 707 Marks! Sface. _Jy23-lni_ IX)R KENT? ' FIRNISHEn. 1430 K at n w $410.07 1214 Conn. (for 1720 I at. n.w 416.06 1 year) 166.67 11KH Fat n.w 33:i.o:l 1105 Hilh at.. " " 1015Couu. ave :tOO.OO 1708 l'.lth at .. 1323 N H. ave 2 Vi 11O 1014 15that 150.00 922 17th at 250 00 7-44 lTtli at 150.00 1214 Coun. a v. (0 or 1103 1 Cth at 125.00 HfflvJ 250.00 1748 N at 125.00 1925 Est 225.00 1S29 Jefluraoa PE 126.0U 1200 K at 225.O0 1417 20th at., until 1418 M at 200.00 No*. 1 80 00 FN FURNISHED. 1418 M st #100 07 1812 Nat 100.00 1324 10th at. n.w..140.00 1750 M at 83.3S 1822 I at. n.w 125 00 151T Lat.n.w .S3.:?S 1103 10th at ?ltH> 0<? 520 21at at 76.00 1527 1 st 100 00 1434 R st $5.(X? 1227 Conn. a^e. 100.00 715 21st st 40.00 Alao other furnished and unfurnished houaaa in con venient liK-ations. Houses uo* lielmr conatruclsd to Ite ready tor occupancy in the fall. Particular* to bs had at our otiice. y23-flt HILL k JOHNSTON. 73$ 15Ui at n.w. 1" ^OR RENT? 711 7th "t n.w, store 2428 Craven Terrace.9r.5fl and dwelling... 2022 I at n.w., 9r 50 1M25 Maaa. ave., 13r .125 1521 O st n.w .7r 50 12L11 st. n.w., lOr .125 1501 gst. n.w? lOr.... .60 liil5 Hat u w^ 14r ...100 010 N Y. svs. u.w . llr.50 18W N". H. ave J 00 1529 o at., 7r ?0 10099th at. n.w.. i4r. .Io0 (5thkR. I ave n.a .llr.? 1019 Conn.ave., 9r 1?K? 11 Ok F.et. n. w.. 16r. .. Miurnoliaave., 14r SH.:?:i 1 162 1 . th at. n.v. 7r. .45 410Gthst.n w.10r 8a.^:? 111 Bat.tw.. llr 40 11 ' V "I ? l?)r.sj :i.s 1221 Conn. av n.w..lKr:i*K) . 15r 1 1 \ >r .11 si, 11. n .? vi vu " 1 a fvv * ? m ?v. u.w,, vt.. .'?w 1107 Maasav.n.w ,9r .. 00 19<?? 16th at.n.w . 7r .. .25 SASti N.J. ave. 10r.. tlO 1802 Corooran St.. Or ...^0 1038 R. I. av. u.w . lOr. 00 214-:40-'14 lata.w ,0r....lft 80-: 21st st. n.w.. 14r.. .fl.? 224 lat at. aw? Or 16 2420CravenTerraos.9r.50 2:?) let St.a.w? flr . .. 16 1 he above noua^a cat.be examined by permit froa (V.i office only. IbOkLAM J. FISHER * CO.. Jy2 1324 F? FOR RENT-ONE TWO-STORY BRICK. 8 ROOMS, bath room. newly )>atntod and iwperrd. $25 p? month: 151fl 5th st. n.w. luaulrs 403 7th st. n.w. Jy23-8t 170R RENT?rNFT RXTSHEIW r li waCircle $333 13] 1 11th st. .$68 1025Conn svs 250 2022 F st... 60 171M 1 at 25m 17^8 14th. ho.tstors ..SO Columbia Road 125 7ol 1) st a.e.. 38 1214Fat.. :i II Kirs..... 125 1523 Pierce Flscs. ...28 5C N. II.ave. and 8st. 100 l?07Tst . 26 1514 P st HO 1 Fayette Ter .Otn .22.otl 1021 <\iuu. ave.. 75 4 Fayette Terraoe, G'tu.20 702 l?th at 75 Stable, bet. I. K. 15th 903 10th at 75j and 10th ?U $$ Alao s latye number ot furnished booaee. FI TCH, FOX k BBOWK. J5*23 1B^1*37 Penn ave. n wt Fog rext-mt. pleasant! isth Btr'E*. tended, near Pine, 2 neat aii-room frames $ 18.50 each, water kej-s st adjoinin^r cottege. JohEI'Ii forkest, 100:t F st. S.W.. 12 to 2. )ell-*m' For rent -near the capitol, a desirable and pleasantly situated Bnck Owellliiif.fcine mont includlnr batn. 103 2<i at n-a. Ie7-8w* LOST AXD FOUND. T OST-A 1.000 MILE TICKET. No. 1202, IS8CKD MU July 16. 1887, to Hiuru Kiieracbuor, fvr pssawsoe >T^ O and W. K. R. A liberal reward will baj*Id for return of aame to the 8HOOMAKER CO, 1381 ?m 1333 E sCb.w. It* LOST-A BLACK AND TAN DOG, ANSWERS to name of Jack: II -euse tair No. <73; sul totals iw ward if left at 1119 14th at. n,w. Ifa Astray?one brown horse with whit* lace and larve acar on n?rht aboulder. also, ons liimrk Horse aU-nt 15)? ban da blfb. A Ubsiij rswwid will be (rtwn for the return at the sMue to BUgv P. O Maryland- )y80-3t* LOST-ON CAPITOL HILL. BATCKDAT. THE 23d.a small Ivor}-leaf Earrlnit. with dissMMla center. Finder will receive reward if iwtiirasd to 11 D st. a.e. f OST-A MAI thorpe FARM MILjf ROrri XJ Boot Reward if returned to the MAI THORPS Farm mile co.. 225 f ?u n w. it Lost-si rated or stolen omr bat Mmm mornimr. of W i th lost. Return to J. H CLaRK corner 15th and Boundary sts n. s. It* Lost or stulen^a chest*ct sorrE, Horse: 14 bands hiyh two white feet baMuisiiZ one in fKiut; scsr ovsr nyht knss. RICH AKD BMITE. Esstsm branch. Jrtv Jt* LOST-ON THE WOOD LET LANE ROAD A LEMOS ??mI whits pointer bitch, answers to name of Ha ?.! Any information will bs thankfully rsceivsd by W. C. HAZEL. 3141 OsL M T OST-LAST EVENING, BETWEEN THE HOURS Ijof fl and 12. ons Police Pistol. Reward of $6 will beViTSn H return ad to 1 irst PVscinct StsUon. BKtMM* ST?CKRTIElCATEB BOS 2500 TO 2663, IB IW lud vs. of the First Co-ulwraUva BolidiiMr Aass ciatton. of Osoncstown, D C., in name of Ltldada Holmes; payment for same bail* stopped. iiitM-4/r Jm Ca Hutchinson KLZJNEBT AT OREATLT REDUCED WHITE SUITE. LACES. DRESS TB1I FOSTER EXD OLOTES, $1.00 Per Pate, *10 907 PhJikkXLYAXlA AYKM1t+