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WASHINGTON: iniT. ?YES ?4lMr. Mar baa a ranlw. mimmu bona Ma daily rtrealarlaa aort than giMi that af amy attar daily r*HT |UUaka4 la A4 owe parpoae beat, sad at tba a i Tu Itu, If Iktr will (and to- naorrow (Mr aaoonaeainaata for tba aztra larva artltloo at Saturday" ? paper. tba forma at which moat ba spnt to pran maeb earlier tbaa oa tba otbar flra dajra of tba week. I Andrew Jackson, who fought the battle of Sew Orleans ?omrume after tbe treaty of peace bad been Htn^ed between toe United states and Great Britain, was guiltless of aaj Intention to offend against tbe laws of international comity or naarual booor, because tbe transmission of tbe mails acmes tbe Atlantic in tboae days was so slow tbu tbe news of peace had not reached America. So such excuse can be urged in behalf of General Henry R. Jackson, however, who must hare learned long ago that the cirll war Is error, but whose speech at Macon yesterday treated that cir cumstance with royal disdain. Tbe one redeem log feature of this speecn was the evidence It care of tbe orator*a forgiving deposition, la his treat ment of Jefferson Darts. The quarrel between these two men when they were both herring as colonels In the Mexican war la historic, and Dana's vengeance upon Jackson afterward when the one was President of the confederacy, the other only an officer of Georgia militia, was lor some time common gossip In the south. Sac!) a reconciliation may be beautiful from a senti mental point of view; but there la a practical side to yesterdays effusion which Is not so pleasant to coo template. When It is remembered that the south Is calling for northern emigrants and north ern capital to help devel?> her resources and make solid the foundation of her new prosperity, anything tb?t shakes northern confidence In the complete restoration of the Union Is a serious drawback. Capital is proveroially timid, and there are other fields Inviting Immigration besides j those of tbe south. The southern people some times complain that they are injured In a business way by the fondness of northern politicians for waving the bloody shirt; but one speech like General Jackson's does them more harm in a Angle day than tbe speeches of all the northern agitators la a whole political campaign. For such ravings seem to furnish a vindication to the unre conciled in the north; more especially since the speaker Is not an obscure and Irresponsible Indi vidual, but an ex-minister to Mexico, and a candi dal* for a position in the U. 8. Senate, whose deliberate Judgment must have been that his speech would commend Itself to the people of Georgia. Another Henry Jackson la prominent In to-days newspapers as the disappearing teller who has sacrificed canda for Canada to the extent of I $10,000. But this Henry J., with his nimble J lingers, has damaged his employer much less than tbe blatant Henry J. has Injured Georgia and the south with his foolish and traltoroua utterances. Tbe determination of the commissioners to j exercise every discretion which the law seems to give them In the direction of regulating out of j existence the meet objectionable forms of liquor traHc la the city, until the court in General Term ?>?11 la some test case, accurately define their powers la this regard, baa met with popular ap proval. There should bo no difficulty, if this line or policy la to be pursued, in construing the law which forbids tbe licensing of a saloon within tour hundred feet of a school building. The pur pose of tbe law la, of course, to remove a demoral izing traffic from tbe vicinity of tbe gathering places of children. It la hard to Imagine a more objectionable place tor a saloon than in the neigh borhood of a school. The objection to an excess of la aa ordinary block does not begin to be on strong. Everyone will desire that the aaloons should be removed as far from schools as tbe law will permit. Measurement of tbe four hundred feet la a straight line, which la tbe suggestion of a natural construction of the law, will accomplish this removal. There Is no occasion to deviate from a straight One, at tbe expense of school child tea aad parents, in order thai the saloon keeper may get Just aa near as possible to the youth of tbe city. It to to be hoped that tbe commissioners will not encourage tbe liquor men to quibble over tbe plan of measurement and the laches of dis tance from those to be protected, to tbe end that a saloon may lurk just around the corner from a school, but will guard the children to the full ex teat or their powers, in pursuance of the policy which they have indicated. Adopting -set a thief to catch a thief as his Bxxto, forger Btockway baa gone into an honest business enterprise aa a maker and peddler of forgery-defying inks. And yet it will be just as well for the police to keep an eye on this man. The familiar story of "King Rhapsinltus and tbe Kobbenr showed that the mason who builds tbe royal treasure-bouse may make It secure against all attempts by others to break In and steal, and yet himself know just where the one loose stone IMS In the wall. Bo Mr. Brockway, who has spent a lifetime behind prison bars In expiation of his crlmea, may have invented an Ink which will be proof against all forgeries but bis own, and thus be subjected to a greater temptation than ever be cause be baa excluded competition from his pecu liar field of effort. By all means let him be en couraged if be is really trying to reform. But if be to honest in his purpose be win act mind the watch which his past career justifies the authori ties la keeping upon his movements. There a to be a convention of third aad fourth claaa postmasters la Waahington next December to try to influence Congress to change tba system under wnich they are paid. That la, lbs conven tion will be held if tbe Postmaster-General takes kindly to tbe Idea; but It may be remembered that the pwyoirt convention of postal clerks which waa to Improve tbe condition of that branch of tbe 'oa sever succeeded la getting together, be i Mr. VUaa strongly intimated that the clerks I boot Improve their coalition by Improving their work, and that tbe only way to do this was to stick at it. We should be glad to welcome the poet si asters to tbe handsomest city la the union, but taoao who are wise will not count too much on coming here tor the particular purpose in view till they bare beard from their commander-la- ] In Chicago the police are enforcing with mendabie teal an excellent law torDtddlfig the aale of tobacco to children under sixteen years of age. The law to aimed at the abolishment of the cigar ette habit, aad deoerves the heartiest popular en couragement. Tbe sight of urchins of Mx or seven yean puffing on a lighted scroll of ground up ?igar-stumpM aad factory refui* to not portentous of a generation of well-knit trainee or healthy brains to sooosod the out now active on tbe stage. , The war made upon tbe miniature photographs I aold with tbe cigarettes might well be extended to embrace the cigarettes themselves; for the bad influence of tbe pictures to In no small measure U tnDatable to tbe enervated condition of tbe mind that recelvm tbe tmpresalonsh. It now appears that the reason Governor Sin rtfuaos to sign appropriation bills tor tbe Improve, aaent of the condi Jon of tbe quarantine lalaada off Sew York, to because ex-Senate* Piatt aqoeears one hundred thousand dollars a year out of his office aa quarantine commissioner, and tbe gover nor believes that such improvements aa are nscea eery ought to be paid lor by tbe health authorities instead of coming out of tbe State treasury. So eno man's greed stands in tbe way of tbe proper protection tr a whole nation against tba spread of a dreadful*** Tba tory government aeada Chamberlain to Washington and la tends, it to said, to send Churchill to Canada to replace Lord Laaadowaa. Churchill probably prefers to be sent to Cs nails rather tbaa to Coventry. It will next be in order to sand Hartlagtoa toGuinea or Haiitas. nnd Halls bury and tba tones to tbe opposition' George party has be loas of ua Botaaa voters. But Henry George and bis land theory aM4r> | wtthltaaiL , /=! Mir. J. P. pAim iio7 r THE WEATHER TO-MOBBOW. Licht ralos followed by fair weather. lUfkUj tirowr, UrMto (mil nottlMiterlx wlub ?Mwif to southsas tarty. To-morrows (SATURDAYS) TEMPTATIONS. ?2 68 LADIES' SHOES for?2; Only on* pair to each customer. 1.000 CHILDREN'8 BOOKS, le. each: Four finely colored Ola 1.000 POPULAR NOVELS, 8c. each; The wall-known Bsssldt Library Series. 23c. lTTSIC BOOKS for 19c.; Instrumental and Vocal nilaa ?3.50 NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS, 43 a pair; Brussels and Irish Point Effects. ?3.50 BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS for ?2.96j Dark-striped Cass. (4 to 14 yam). ?3. BOTr OVEBCOATS for ?3.3.">, With Caoe. latest London style. sSSs A T, REM AA L y. A A L KB F EBB LADIES' GLOVES. H*8 A^A ftl.T.T. R MEN'S GLOVES. MISSES' GLOVES. BOYS' GLOVES. CHILDREN'S GLOVES. NEW GLOVES. NEW GLOVES. NEW GLOVES. NEW GLOVES. NEW GLOVES. Ths -rorehetts," Ths "Florence." Ths "London," Ths "Two-tone," The "Farts," The "Imperial," and The New "PALAIS BOYAL" Glove. >* The introduction of a Glove of two shad? or two different colors of kid has given an almost nn 11ml tad scope to French taste. The extra wide em broidery, the two-tone embroidery and the deep bind In* at top of the new Gloves are also new feature*. GBAND GLOVE DISPLAY. The largest show-window is filled with samples of Now Glovw, and Is attracting much attention. PRICES FOB NEW GLOVES. Ladies' rkid), <1. ?1 83, $150. ?1.68, 41.89, $1.08. Ladies' (fur tops). 88c? 41.35. 4L48. $1.08, <1.08, 93.%5. Lsdlss' (cloth and worsted), 25c.. 39c., 48c, 68c. Men s (kid). 81. $1 35. <1.50. #1.98. Man's (fur tops). DSc., 4L2S, 41.48, 41 08. $2.25. Men's (cloth and worsted), 25c., 48c? 58c, 68c. Misses' (kid). 98c., 81.23. Misses" and Boys' (fur top) 48c . 68c, 89c? 98c. Misses' and Boys' (cloth and worsted), 25c, 35c. Boy* (kid irlove*), 91.25 pair. Glove* suitabls lor all orcaai ns and for all indi viduals. The best ouly. Ercry pair warranted and triad on at our ri ik. SOME DOUBTFUL GLOVES. They look well, they feel well, they fit well, and we're told they wear well. But we bouvht them so cheap and sell them so cheap we won't warrant them. 200 do*. Chamois Mousquataires, 58c. 150 doa. 4-button Undressed Kids, 58c. 100 dot. 8-button Undressed Mousquetairea. 68c. 200 do*. 4 and 5-bu.ton Dressed Kid Gloves. 68c. All have embroidered backa. Colors: Tana, rraya, black. --r- a i a sfi r m L A y & RRR OO V T A I. ??" R R O O V Y AA E ?? H 8 8V AAA fc * B OO T A A IJ-IJ (A LISNEB, So^s Proprietor and Manner,) o28 1117-1119 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. N O W H E R E IN THIS BROAD LAND CAN SUCH ELEGANT AND RELIABLE CLOTHING FOB AND BOYS BB FOUND AT SUCH REASONABLE PRICES AS ARB DAILY SOLD AT THE GOLDEN EAQLX. OUB MOTIVE IS TO HAVE THE FULL CONFI DENCE OF EVERY MAN. WOMAN. OB nm.n WHO MAY FAVOB US WITH THEIB PATBONAGE, BOTH AS TO QUALITY OF GOODS WB wt t. AND THE PBICE WE CHARGE FOB THXM THIS IS THE FOUNDATION UPON WHICH WE EXPECT TO BUILD OUB BUSINESS. ONE PRICE TO ALL* AND THAT THE LOWEST. COMPETITORS MAY IMITATE OUB SENTI MENTS. BUT THEY CANNOT IMITATE OUB PRICES AND QUALITY OF OUB GOODS THE GOLDEN EAGLE CLOTHING 00, ^SS-ao BO. 400 7TH ST. N.W, COB. D. Business Expenses More than anything else determine* the eric* *t which ?oods can be aold-teet the advantame of a larye busi economically administered, low Nat and toiaUMt OAK HALL, COB. 10TH AND F STBEBTB Ton can buy a fin* Tailor-made Suit at *25. which in evwy rwpect to eqtul to any Suit made to order for Pnot. Pur? WorivKl t'orkjcnv Huilt In ??cfc tad Frock. at $10 and upward. Pa?1moil and Cheviot Suite at ?ti.50, $7.75. $8.S0. $10. $1% and ? 15; guaranteed to be 30 per cent lower than the Prtee* ofany other boose in the city. Overcoats In Melton. Beaver. Worsted. <"t.<~.Mi[a Kersey and Caa simere in heavy and light weight, at price* which defy o-tn petition. Immense line of Pant* boa (LM to FOB BOYS, 4 TO 15. Suits at ?2.50, worth ?4.0a Suits at 93.25, worth 45.00. Suite at 44.50, worth 46.50. Bolts at ?3.25, worth <7.50. but teat ?0.00, worth ?W.OO. Kuitaat?7.50, worth# 10.00 Suiteat 48.50, worth *13.oa Overcoats from EL 50 to 41a FOB BOYS 14 TO IB Suite at ?4.50. worth ?6.0a Suite at ?5.&0, worth ?7.5a Suite at 48.75, worth W.OO. Mte at 97^0. worth nasa Snite at 4U.25, worth <lX5a Salts at 410.00, worth ?15.0a >SX50 ?*?!&, OAK MALL.: ?g* CO*. TENTH AND F STB $20 Ovebcoats Not Wobtb $4 WB HATE ADDED TO OUB ALBBADT 1ABGE_ STOCK OF OTBBOOATS FOUB ??ABES ow rn? mm "ftiffBH. ? ?fi BLCB.BBOWN AND OXFOBD MIXED. THB ADTABTAAB OF THESE OOATB ABB TUT ABBWABM AND YET ABB MOT HEAVY IN WBMMT, ABO THB PBICB IS HA AMtt NOT WOBTH $40; BUT IF YOU SHOi LP SPY ONE WB GIVE TOO A GUAB **TKE TICK** WHICH BWTTTLES YOO TO **TVMK YOOB COAT IF HOT SATUFAO ABB WB WILL OTVB TOO TOOB money. WHEBE ELSE CAB TOO] aamoi ?SB One Result or OUR EUROPEAN BUYER* PURCHASE WITH BH MANY PURCHASES UM WHILE A WAT. *1 SOL LANSRUROH, on* European B?y?r tbrooch ? fortunate occurrence. bought an immense sod varied stock of CHILD RUTH BERLIN DKEBflM. mm la siaa from 11012 jran Pr of ungnsstionsbie merit and ss testy a 11ns aa waa ?'? our fortune to behold They are perfectly beautiful. and bo parent on afford to tenon the Spe cial Sale we will make of thee a. Tbe price la only on* kaUtftttlNlTllMb WR CHALLENGE AST OH* TO PRODUCE ANY or THE SAMS DRESSES AT LEM THAN TWICE THE PRICE. wnor aoaih such a chance. It la impoeaible to do them a fractional Juatice In print, ao we extend an Invitation to every mother in Waahiagtoo, o* every mother froea whatever clime who biwui to he in Washington, to examine this stock. To sell this lot quickly we have marked them, as we ??MUCH UNDER VALUE." The? Pres.ee are stdtoMe for children of 220.127.116.11, 5,8. 7,8. 9.10.11, and 12 years ef ago. and the prices ranee aa follows: ? $1.85,92.23,9*2.65, 93. 93.40, 9a85. 94.25. 94.65, 95,95JZ5.9i50.90,96.5a 97. $18.104.22.168.50. The colore are bsautlful New Shades of Navy, Oar net, Sea -Brown, and We ruanntoa these foods to ha "perfect in fit," beaa tifnl in etjrla, and bseeaiat They are Novel tiss, and ladies can consider them selves fortunate in securing a Oem of a Didss for their Children at thaee prices. This lot 00 uaiats of 18 styles, mads of line Heavy weight Jersey and other cloths, soras ALL-PLAIN STTLES, with ENTIRE PLU8H SKIRTS, Plush Fe dora Fronts and PLAIN SEtRTS, Plush Embroidered Skirts with PLAIN BODICE8, Plain Waists and Fancy Plaid Skirts, Plain Cloth, Ac. REMEMBER, theee Dresses aw ALL MADE UP TRIMMED, and READY FOB WEAR, and are chsaper than you can buy materialrfor. All should take advantage of this exceptional oppor tunity and see this lot of roods AT ONCE. These Dresses an suitable to wear on all occasions. On sxhibition in our Suit Department. 2d floor. Taks elevator or stair. l A Sn 3 rSS? " " L A A S N 5 S88s "" I- AAA N NN - 2 UAL A A N NN "hS8 BBB U U RRR OOO It II KB UUKROOHH UBBB U U RRR O IIHH U ft RR OOO HH UU UK OOO M H .AA BBB RRR OO A A B B R R 0 O 4aaa |b^ |rr g g AAA BBB U R OO ? ? ONE PBICB, 42a 423. 424. 426. 7th at., 417. 419 8th at o28 THE BON MARCHES ADVERTISE MENT IS CHANGED EVERY DAY. A PHENOMENAL DRIVE. If the Ribbon Market ian't broken, how do you ac count for this? We have bought?because it was of fered ua 'way down below anything ever heard of bo fore?a lot of 8ATIN AND QBOS ORAIN BAR RIB RON, in three widths and the following shadss?pink cream, blue, light and dark cardinal, scarlet, navy, an tique, black, lilac, orange, lemon, myrtle, garnet brown, nile. sapphire, trcnae, void and mouses, war ranted aU silk. The rerular prioss for theee ribbons were; 2 inch 95 cents. ~H Inch 30 cents, 3 Inch 30 cents. Now. we bought the entire Job. but we didn't pay any such figures ss these. To-morrow morning we will put the en tin lob on our Ribbon Counter at? 2 Inch 10 cents. 2X inch 12M ceuta. 3 inch 15 cents. Theae Ribbons may ha gobbled up aa rapidly as those Gossamers wen the other day. If ao, we won't have a yard in the house by Monday morning. a THE S3- A ft* d u hi RJg A g**R o??8 S 8 5? r 1 A h Is n og? 316-.T1* 7TH ST N. W. gPECIAL OFFERING IN DREaS OUuDS. 910,000 WORTHAT A SACRIFICE. 40-inch Wool'lhago^S'ai?* D?p2?Almaa. H7Mp. ? All-wool Henrtettaa, ..Oc.; Hair-line Stripe* (K.riffh),' 3ttc.; 811k and Wool PlaJda, 25c.; 65c. /arser Cloths. at oOc.:Milks st import r"s prices. Corsets, Underwear. Blankets, Comfortables. Sheeting. Table Damask Towela and Flan ela at Jobbera'a prices:Black Cam bric, oc.; Beautiful Prints, 4J?c. , 6nqpHEAD A CO.. Eatabllahed 1867.' Seal Skit Garments, ADDITIONAL SUPPLY JUST RECEIVED. SEAL SACQUES, 36 and 3S length, 9125 to 9150. Better Oradea, 40 and 49 length, 917ft, 9J00. If you don't want to pay so much for a garment we can auit you in 4ns SEAL PLUSH SACQUES OH SHORT WRAPS at pricea 920 to 960. MUTTS AND BOAS. All klnda of FURS. B, K 8TINEMETZ A SON. HATTERS AND FURRIERS, o22-3m 1237 Psnnaylvanla Avenos. A Gieat Bargain t> ALL-SILK VELVET*. We have ranitiaasfllto great advsatatsacaaaaf P0N901TS 411.411 Jt VELVETS. WaplaeathmaSlkaaaiT tow flgun of 93.50 par afthaaaln I A ^ T I: JaI ^3 ? LUX A ? B88S T 000 H R A NN N OCO EKE OOHH AA HI X O O S O HBH AA NWW O KB OOHH AAA W WW C O fi _ OCX) H H A A W WW 000 IU ~ OUB NEW BRANCH, AX 331 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 8. E, WILL BE OPENED NEXT WEEK. The small remainder of Vr. M. E. SHIPLEY'S Stock, lately bought oat by as, must be sold before opening oar New Store. Following we quote a few Specimen Price* to ibow you what we are dolus at 205 PennayWanla are. a.e.: E P. BEED k CO.'a Celebrated Ladles' $3 Fine Eld Button Boots at SL97. P. COX CO.-8 Ladle*' $2.50 Goat and Kid Button Boots now $L88. J. k P. COUSIN'S Child'* 4 to 10*a Finest Eid ?1.75 Spring Heel Button at $1.08. P. COX GO 'S Misses' Goat and Eid Heel aad Spring Heel $2.25 Button at (1.55. WBIOHT k RICHARD'S Gent'* #5 50 Elegant Hand-Stitched Shoes, any *tyla, now $3.W2. SWETT k sherwood'S Famous $5 Hand-Stitched Shoe* cloaed out for <3.23. SWETT k SHERWOOD'S Oent's $3 Fine Calf But ton. Lacod and Gaiter*, now 42.37. THESE "BARGAINS AT 205 PA. AVE. CLE. ONLY! WM. HAHN k CO.*8 BELIABLE 8H0E HOUSE. 810 7th street and 1022 Penna. are. o2H-3ni X ote Reductions ON embroidery MATERIALS. Best Quality ARBASINE, 18c. a doz. Best Quality No. 2 CHENILLE, 18c. a dot Beet Quality VIENNA CHENILLE. 29c. a dot Lota of other reductions. The cheapest place in town to buy Worsted, Embroidery Materials, A;c. BAUM'S. A NN N AA WWW A A N N W AAA N NN A A W WW II MM MM MM MM FEW NN N RSS? FES II MMMM MM MM K NWWS 8 K II MMMM M MM M KB N N N BSS? KB II M M M M M M K N NN H 3 E U M M M M M M EES N NN 8SS3 EBB PPP IT U RRR OCO H H A KSfl. FEB P PU UR ROCH HAAS 8B PPP U U RRR O H H H A A 8SS, EE P U UK BO OH H AAA M gK ? P UU K ROOCH HA A SS KEB ? BILKS. SILKS. SILKS. AN ADVANTAGEOUS PURCHASE AT THE BIGHT TIME. W* have cloaed out at 50c. ON THE DOLLAR An Importer*' entire Una of ANTOINE OUINET k CO '3 FAMOUS SILKS. These Goods we are going to sail at once, and to do that we are going to mark them in proportion to how we bought them, not at their real raiue, bat at each prices that we know we will not keep them In ths store yery long. Ths whola stock to be aold at the same rata aa the item* mentioned below. 18-inch Antoine Gainer* BLACK GBOS GRAIN SILK St 09c.; good Talus at 85a. 10-lnch BLACK GB08 GBAIN SILK, Gulnet'a Bast Make, at 87c.; actually a bargain at |1. 20-inch BLACK GBOS GRAIN SILK at $1 a yd.. weU worth 41-35, which we guarautoe to wear, or refund the money. 23-inch Antoine Guinet's BLACK GBOB GRAIN SILK (Caahmere Finish), at $1.12K, which cannot be duplicated anywhere for leae than 41.37X. 22-inch Antoine Gulnet'a BLACK GROS GBAIN SILK (Caahmere finish), at $1.75 a yd, which we war rant to be anpsrlor to any 82 Silk in the city. 22-inch Antoine Gnlnet'* BLACK FAILLE FRAN CAIHEat C 1.19, which can be considered a bargain at $1.37*. 23-inch Antoine Gainer* BLACK OTTOMAN SILK (extra quality) at $1.50, well worth $2. 22 and 23-inch SATIN BHADAME8, all of Oninet'a Make, at 98c.. $1.10 and $1.25. and the very best at $1.49. These goods can poaitively not be duplicated anywhere at these prices. EXAMINE THEM AND BEE FOB Y0UR8ELF. Also our immenae aaaortment of MOURNING GOODS. Price* Guaranteed to be the Lowest. N.B.?Note our "ad" under ths Ladies' Column. H, A 8? S2.JS r*. m s! sirs S BBB A A UU M M M Sb88 _ 028 7TH. 8TH AND D STREETS. Sighing. Umph! we're no time for lighting and crying. Oar time la entirely occupied with peop la who MM BUYING Men'a Overcoata at $5.25, $5.87. $7.50, $7.75, up ? W nril i 1018 ?4-w- ?4-5? $^^r$3:'25??^7O*^w^t0 ? ~ * ?123' Voi&ZXr't* J4,?42, " #7-50, W75' Boys'Suits, 12 to 18 years, $5.12, $5.87, $8. $8.50, ^|||^\ ftfu, $4.37??pnwa^L1U' 4 to 14 Twu* POLAR JACKETS. AND VESTS, I'.-A $12.50, $1a PEERLESS PANTALOONS PANTALOONS OF*THE PEBIOD. SL7ft, $2.25, $8^W.37. Wt to tell FIN* READY-MADE CLOTHING At prlesa radically lower than like goods can b* ob tained elsewhere. But bow are we to know thisFaaks the consuinsra. _ By visiting other establiahmenta dotting down their prlcee, then come and comnare them with our prices. and if the result does not luaUfy our claim we will haul down oar Bag " it u> ths dust. THE LATCH BTBING HANGS OX THS OUTSIDE TIOTOB E. ADLEB'S Ten Par Oant Clothing Hooaa, 927 and 928 7th st. n.w., < Strictly One <gg Q?a?Batarday ontaili FALL An) WIWTKB U NDkBWBAB IM ALL GBADES. FBOM AO CENTS UPWABM TO THE FINEbT QUALITIES. W. a TEEL, ; o?7 waft lENTLBMEJUS SUITS SCOURED assssdS8M Opening Of Feench Bonnet* BATS MONDAY AND TUESDAY. OCTOBER 10 AND U. Saks And Compact. mo DOUBT YOU bometimbs WONDER B WE evbrtibe or thlubbtou about oubhotv AND CHILDREN'S clothing. WELL Mo. WE DO HOT. BECAUSE there'S ALWAYS some THING kzw TO TILL TOU OF. OUBS xs A PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS, AND HI wbo WOULD SUCCEED MUST KEEP MOVING LIVELY. WHEN we thine of in xiinnom stock or BOTS* CLOTHING WHICH we ASH TOU TO SELECT FROM. KNOWING, AS wb SHOW, MOW BARREN THIS TOWN is OF SUCH bxquisite STYLES AS WB HATE HBBB AWAITING TOUB PLEASURE, WE FEEL HOW pooh, INDEED, WE ABE IN WOBDS TO OONVET TO TOU THB BEAUTIES OF THB GOODS WB SHOW. THB sterling MERITS OF THB STYLES WE HAH* DLE, AND THE LOW PRICES, comparatively. WB NAME FOR THE BOYS* SUITS AND OVER COATS WHICH WE DISTRIBUTE IN SUCH enobmou8 quantities AMONG THE FAMI LIES op washington. hew we a few itema la Bore' Overcoats, am 3 to 8, which may at thia time interest intend ing purehaaen: Lot 1600?a terr pretty Cape Overcoat, made from a complex heather plaid. $2.50. Lot 2103?an exceedingly seat pattern la an Oxford Mixed, email diagonal tinea, pleated and belted, area 3 to 8. Price $2.50. Look around and aee what each a garment may bo bought for elsewhere. Lot 2122?a Victory Caaeimere Cape Over- ? coat, dark gray color, very pretty effect, alias 3 to R Our price, $3. Can't be bought else where for leea than 84. Lot 3026?a Eilt Overcoat, i. e* extra long, pleated and belted, in a black and brown dis tinct check, detachable cape. Agea 4 to 9. Oar price $3. You positively cant find aa good value for leea than 84 in thia town. Lot6071?a Handaome Cape Overcoat,in* neat Oxford mixed effect; aide and breaat pockets; body fitting; warm and serviceable. Our price 84.50. No such garment in thia city for leas than 85.50 or 86. Lot 2077?a 8trlish-looking Check Overcoat, not too pronounced, yet auociently marked to make it faahtonable; all wool; belted and pleated; perfect fitting. Ages 4 to 9. Oar price 85. Why, 'twill coat ao ordinary retailer mors at wholeaale price, but the fact la we bny goods In very larre quantities and it'a only reaaona ble to suppose that wa can bay to better advan tage than thoee who buy in amall lota and on long time. Lot 3060?an unusually nice Cape Overcoat, in a dark blue amooth-surfaced cheviot, with pleata and belted; all wool, every thread; to fit boys agea 4 to 0. Our price 85. Blue cheviot ia aomethlng we do not control You'll find it in many other clothing stores. Look at oars. Note the quality, cut, shape and workmanahip. Then look around thia town and aee what you'll be charged for each an ovemoat That's the way to tell these things. Talk cos's nothlnc, bat facte are stubborn thinga. At 86,87,88.89 and 810 each we aell overcoats for boys, agea 5 to 14, that, in cut, make, finiah and quality of fabric, have no equals, for the prloee named. in thia country, and no such thin* aa competition her* in Washington. From 810 to 820 we show Boya' Overeoata in fancy foreign caaai merea, not loud, but "bordering on." Imported Grant tee and Thibet Clothe, in plain black, blue and brown, trimmed with Astrakhan and fur, with "frogs" in front and belt behind. Per fect beautiee they are. A Cosaack chieftain looks not more richly dressed than does a Waahlngton boy with one of our far-trimmed overeoata on. Othera, of course, come plain, bat rich; aocne severely plain. Our stock of Boya* Overeoata has no peer in all America. HEBE ARE A FEW ideas in Boys' Baits: Lot 1516?a pretty little Pleated Suit, in dark gray Cheviot, nicely made, and will be found to fit correctly. Agee 4 to 12. Oar price 82.00. Cant be duplicated away from here for leas than 83.00 to 83.50. "A eweeplng statement," you will say. So it is, but the goods are hern. Come in and aee them. We say nothing wa do not mean and that we cannot prove. Lot 1665?a brownish gray broken Cheek Norfolk Suit; strong,durable, wall fitting,and very stylish. Agea 4 to 12. Our price 83.5u Look at theae Suits befbrs paying 85.00 for one elsewhere. Lot 4702?a plain suit in a black ground, srith broken cheek of mingled white andbloa; very neat affect Agaa 4 to ix Oar price 84.00. Good value for from 85.50 to 86.00, aa Boys' Suits are sold hsreabouts. Lot 1620?a Pleated Norfolk Suit, in a pretty square check of black and grayish buff. Soft and pleaeant to the touch. Smooth surface. Agea, 4 to 13. Oar price. 8f.s0. Thia Is the beat Suit wet* ever shown for the price. Let 8107?a Heather Mixed Cheviot in maia and Norfolk Shapes. All wool, rough surface. Vary stylish and perfect fitting. Agaa, 4 to ls. Our price. 85. We're afraid of becoming tire some if we kaap on flaarrlmna or i to describe thaae Hulta, and aa ws have no c to bora oar friends w will simply aay that wa have Boya1 Suite with Mart Panto from 82 to ?25. and in eraey tntmnedletogradabemheadw every style and every fabric that's stylish and serviceable. thb BEST POSSIBLS WAT TO PROVE OUB CLAIM TO carbying AS MUCH STOCK AS ANT THBEB HOUSES IB WASHINGTON. TO ] thb FINEST KINDS and EXCLUSIVE STYLE* AND BELLIES GOODS AT THB lowb8t1 BLE PRICES CONSISTENT WITH GOOD GOODS AND HONBST WOBKMANSHIP. IS TO BB TO LOOK ABOUND ELSEWHERE. NOTE TKS STYLES TOU su AND] y0ttb8 mwft THEN oomb HERS. AND IT WB CANT BEAT1 10 TO SS TAW BOASTERS. BUT ws KNOW wbstbak. wbtbgottusoomtouwabt. OUB STTLHS ABB OORBBCT, OUB 1 on SEVENTH AND MARKET WoODWABD & LiOTHIlOPH CoLCMN This entire column U darolad to the i*n? mm of ?f mmm? <n *bj by * WOODWARD ft LOTHBOP, Boatoa Dry Good*Houee,oNMrrf UikNirma.*. Bvbgains In Coum TkmM|NdiilMMNliiliiirrrri(t We aim to secure the beat mad> to Mil It ?Mk price, be it fifty oaate or tve Mkn 100 DOS. WHITE JEAN OOBSETS, mi?u ?in. ONLT 60a FEB PAH, 100 DOB amebican oocra. gobbets, white ltd DnU wj durable. OKU 76a KB PUE 100 DOE. GEBMAN WOVE* CORSETS. 8 wide bwn orer Ik* Mpe, iitn itroif, ONLT 41 FEB PAIB. 100 DOC. CELEBRATED B. ft.?. CORSETS Doubled boned. specially for "tout ladlaa. ONLT 4L25 FEB PAIR. Oar apecialty-L a Conete, Parte made. par. tocttoa of abapa, At and flaiah. white. cream and 4?*U Lgmwibtoi ONLT *1.60 PEB PAIR. 60 Dos. Children's white-corded corset waiate, properly ahaped, and well-made. ONLT 860. PEB PAUL (second floor: through arch. WOODWARD B LOTHBOP. Drive" In Bots> Surra. THREE LOTS Boys' Fine Wool Scotch Chariot and Oaaei ?Mra Suite. made Norfolk atria in the beat pos sible manner, neat chick effects Siaaa 4 to 14 years, gold usually at 46 and 46.50. ONLT $3 EACH. Wa are fully able to meet any demand In Boys' Suits and Overcoats. Ton know sbout.our prices. Why shouldn't they be the lowest? (Third floor.) WOODWARD k LOTHBOP. Bargains In Infants' Goods. We are showing an elegant line of Infanta' Cream Oashmcre Loo* Cloaks.with and without capes, handsomely embroidered in silk. A dozen or mora gradea, muring in price from 43.76 to 416 each. Full Una of Infanta' Knit Wonted Serquea, white and colored, exquisitely finished in silk ribbons. 35. 60.75c.. 41. 41.23.4L37.41 60, 41.625*, 41-76 and 42 each. SO dot. Children*a Mother Hubbard Aprons made of plaid muslin. Only 25c. each. 50 dot. Children's Plaid If ualln Aprons, hWrh neck, neok and aleeree trimmed with Hamburg. Only 6O0. each. 600 Children's Knit Worsted Toboggan Cape, in white and color*. Only 60 and 7 jc. each. 200 Children's "Tarn O'Sbauter' Knit Wonted Car*, in white, black and colore. Only 75c, each. (Seoond floor; through arch to annex.) WOODWARD ft LOTHBOP. Satcbdat Glove Bargains Bo many of our cuatomen purchaee their glorea on Saturday that wa alwaya make it a point to offer some specially food raluee on that day. Not cheap ones, but flood Glores at a fair price. We quote: 100 dos. Ladies' 4-But Dressed and Suede Glorea, embroidered backs, rariety of ton ONLT 41 PER PAIR. 100 dot. Ladiae' 4-But English Walking Glorea, pique stitching, embroidered backs. Fine quality, ONLT 41.50 PEB PAIR. 100 doa. Ladiae' 4-But. Psrinot Black Suede Glorea, embroidered in white and black, with walta to match, ONLT 41.75 PEB PAIR. (Mala floor; eenter.) WOODWARD k LOTHBOP. Misses* And Children's Suits. A flood part of what's coming Is here. The fabrics ara of the beat, the etylee are exquis ite, and the prices will suit all. A line deaerr ing of special mention la made (Ton Fine Nary Blue Flannel, handsomely trimmed with plstd to match.siaea 4 to 12 yean 46.26; for aise 4 yeara. rise 76centa per aiae lanrer. Elegant line of Miaaes' and Children's Buite of Cashmere, Tricots. Flannels snd rarioua choice checks, plaids and stripes. In a rariety of rery attractire styles, with braid and combination trimmings. Prices 45.75. 46. 46.50, 47.50, 48. 48.75, ?10. $12 to 420 per suit. (Third floor.) WOODWARD * LOTHBOP. Collar Department Bargains 40 doa. Ladies' 3-ply Lineo Collars, the beat value in low-priced collan we hare yet offend. Sixes 12 to 15. Three for a quarter. To cloae them out wo offer 15 dox. Children's Chemisettes and colored setts. Three sites, 10X. 11 and life. Dropped from 25 to 125fc. Twenty-cent Ruchlng for 16c. 500 yds. full three-row Crepe Usee Raching, In white, cream and black. Belongs properly at 20c. only 16c. per yard. Beaded Baching. line three-row Crepe Lisse Boohing, with gold, silrer, pink, bine, cardinal and heliotrope beads. Very choiee and dreasy, only 20c. per yard. (Main floor.) WOODWARD k LOTHBOP. Mxn*s Street Glotxs. The etock embraces the fullest sasortment wa hare yet shown. In these goods we our puichaaaa to nputabie makers, auch aa ws can reoommend. Men's 2-Buttoo Glorea, Embroidered Batka inahadsaof Tan and Brown. Only 41 per Pair. Ditto, finer grade, superior finish, la Brown* OH res, and Tans. 41.60 per Pair. Man's 2- Button Suede Glorea, Embroidered Backs, assorted sharteo of Tan and Olire. Only 4L74 par Pair. Men'e v!-Button Osator Glorea, I11 Grays, Taw* and Modes. Only 41.62 H per Fair. Man's 2-Button Perinot KM Olorsa, Embroid ered Backs, dyeing and finishing perfect. col on: Mahogany, Baren. and anaorted ahadaa of Engliah Tan, Embroidered In Black and SaU Color: both long and Oadat (abort) fingers. Only 42 par Pair. (Main floor; cantor.) WOODWARD ft LOTHBOP. Mkn s Winteb Underwear. It baa been said that what la worn next to the body asnarslty gate the least cam TbUahauld not be ao, and an eranilntMoa at ewr esoeUaet stock win ahow that wa here glree particular attention to tha aelectlag of each and erary Man. Wa hare a grade for almoat any price you wlah to pay. that la, fMaa60o. to 44.50 pergameat, 41.60,41.00, and 4S each. WANTED-HELP. \YA>_JKI> A ooiimifT ram and " UinM wit, v, Ut> (tam of dairy andpoultry, rrtmom. required Call at BIS New averse Taaaday, November Id aM-ft* W^TS0-000* ?*?TO MO. MAIM. NURSES. Laundrese, HoiM-Voitfn Man sad Wtf* fur |alry. Baiters. Aralltona, u hitr and Colored Butlers Bafersatsa. MPICMAWfy.613oSH-ll* VyAKTED-TO TAILOR*' A OUT MAKtR *.w work U ?u,r* Arpjy ROBERT DaL P?.M* H St. b.w. o2d Vl* "WANTED-TWO EXPERIENCED WHITE GIRI.S ?? Aw1* immediately. HOD E at a w 1* Wasted-able-bodied man and wif . no rr? rL/^^r^- >ni'or ??? 'MB* "ffioe building. ref *???* required. Apply at ono*. Bos 104 Star WiKI^IV-,UI *V"LADY. FROM 16TO 17 TEARS: a^UES! ,IT..Vme axi?r|ene? la Ladiaa' and Gynfs Furnlshtnc Gooda. Aptly 10* Gat a.w. If AYanted-a qood vorno white man. J,* home and awke himself a I as. ally <? rnlias w?rklna in klwhee. dlnintr room. carry tn* oat ?dS?fil;*2A?" '*"?* ????? mart be honest and SaBtfcTwjH -!T' tnrrm tlimr SSTJ^rJS?^!* ?nd r*om' koulka dairy duL? andLaneh Loon*. 81? to 0VO 13U at a.w I 3^E'sMUL'wod tr,,r-0* - to >l"?k C MrrryxT with* ISffaU^P ?tou^ht?jii nlw ,'flrst rt* above'B..iii <1S> WISHES POSITION AS <* wort; correct at ftmree. Ac Add^f^W^*004 *?**?>? - *? ko?tjrjl* . WOMAN TO small family; Tnm W^^\^rt?l*BEEsr M,STUE "lo,T BOWl'EN ft BCErmjtR. _'r , . ?tw Uib at W?H?P,rxr?*r* ?2?*< ?>'L10 ,4<>- cha*" . II. ??u1' ^np#M md UunilfMMN m . itr or ?.*??; Dr.vr,^ Farm Uaada, Colored Men C-oofca. COOMB k Bl BGLKH. 928 f Bt. n.w , W.Ji2I55-I**EDliTTELY-IN ~THE CITY - AS ,' iadoatni.ua aa<t boneet Oirl (German preferred!, ,fr,,*n,1 hiikaaatllh :ir.K,l ? urf> and kind home to rfcrbtprraun. Addree* Boa Tq mr om.* It VVCTPt* ^* ?T NfEsE-AFPLV TO d? E&iis?*-*"*" >?*-*. WiloP 'W1'? on OTHF*? ?HO HAVE Vv had a le*al education to a**1*t In M mdexiiur <2 <loi>? at liuiue. Aii.lr.?a TV x m st?r pScf, Comiuunl.-allurn ' onfl lrrHal ii j. ^ir j 0?; .|*?t WANTED?AOEKlTpOK THK SAI.K 01 ?Tl AM r<iar o'fflc**'** ?"a'6 *n^ 't"?air. AdUrua OOuXKK, W**}KPZf,V*ABMAOWrPH~?TlEw YOUK Oollairr,, with atu|>ie uiiwrtPiioe and No 1 r*i,.r tnrTljwUi arhcra a |tVH<d n.an v. an tod. Addrrw 0K)XK, Btar ulttcc. i\. WANTED?THONr. LOOEINU fOH" >\t. ,,y turnt U) call a; th? "Cvluinbu Ba~iucaa Amnrt ?? 402 1-Jlh at. op|?a.t? l>al.ia Koyal _ Vt; WiS5Mfi!l# AS MIUT.CLASK f? oook and lattndreaa. EaCarMMaa rr>iuiro-l it;,k y?t n.w. o9Uia Wakted-oooeT ?OChEWOEEUUL MAIDS. v *a'ti*?i*a Nurw??, Waitm. Oy.Ur W.urkcra. ?.I1 "y1*" <?-rroan. 8w?ti.h krliv Ilt.HNHAM'S Hflp Atrrnry, ("U1-0.'ft! > at. n.w. 087-2* W ANTED?WOMEN OOOEsT? 10 10 ?4071"HAM- J baruiatda, NunnuiJ l^auudivawpln rtt) orawaj >\aitrr?. brivrn or fan:i Handa: (\>l..r?l >Taa Couka. SAU L A. CXKJMBK H'iC F at. n.w. I vy anied-a vorsu man aboi t jo years ?? old who hai liad aoiM nj^ncic In tlw iru?ir hutuipM. AdilrpM HAI.1J4MAX. (Star offlre. oST-Vt EE"ANTED?IS (SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY*. ~A ?? *h:te*i,in?n aa> <-o.k, rt-loi. U'-ca r? quirad. Apply. U twr. n 10 and J o'cloik. at 1014 Jrf. Irnwn Place. ov.'7-ift* WASTED-A"OOOD C'UWPKTF NT WOMAN TO 12jr\'.!F?ermi *orh. Apply Uj ?03 H ?t a.w. o27-.lt* VV"ANTED?A (.EKMaN UIRL Pt>R OEXERaT. I ?t butiaewurk. A r<??l home to riifht i^artj . <\.ll frum 9 a.u>. to 1 p. m., at 413 b at. n a. ?S7-3t* WANTED-A GOOD CUOE. WASHER, ANi> lniu?-r u. aUj at nlrhta (Ueriuan prcfnrrvil): *o<.d home and pay to a . ..in[?tent peraoii: refoiv (?<* re- ; gutiad. App y Hli loth at. n.w. o^7 3t* VV^TE^AN K*?'KM?E*CED WAITER: MI ST '' oa well mcomiucudad. Addreaa Box 1 Hur <>??*? oJ7-:it U'ANTED-EXI'EEIEKCED WHITE HCHflK 1XIU * * Chlld . f tw.. y. ari; muat be rxparlauoed. rrter mcwrwiuirei rail at 101:? 14th .t,n.w ?\r7--Jf WANTED?LADY CLERE EXPERIENCED IN pnwecutliw iviiaioii i-jaiiua; atate aEere formcrly enjployed and aa.ary expccW. AO-lreaa Box 1 JO. Star oAce. o-.-7.3t* WANTED-F1H?T-CLA8H~ AND EXPK1UEXCED we book-ke^iter iu a i^rmiiuiiit Luiuik^mi. youxiur man prelenvd. >rlvo a?ra. ?-xivneuoe and ailarv u,i ,d reteranoes required. Addrva* SEt'BEl ABY.'SUr o( ooe uJ7<tf WANTED-A RELIABLE FIBST-CLANM BAKBEK Apply to CLEMENS WESTERN. 1*34 7th at n.w. ?af-St* EETANTED?A 8TEADT WHITE OIHL AS HOL'SE TI Uiald and waltreaa. refrrvniva. TOM C at a. w o-J7-#? - EETANTED-DCNDORE'S EMPLOYMENT HU "" reau. conducted by la.iina. Men and wuiura. white and colorod. for all kiuda of doineatic labor, lor IHatnct and SUt?a. aith retereni-e. 717 Mat. n w. ??-*w* WANT ED-LONDON, ENGLAND -THERE WILL be au o[ieuluK shortly for a lady ..r gentleman of lltwarv tendenciea aud poaataaed of capital to j iU a London weekly 8o; itt ; aocial and other adv.vot Mnte J. B. DALY, LL D., -8 liu|>erial Uuililinr., Lud^ate Cirma. London. o*J4 l'Jt WANTED?8TUDENT8 TO LKARN DRE88-CI T tintr by the M.hk1> I' rtect Tailor Square; can n.ake adreaawhilelearniutr.cutiintr. Iltt.iiva ddreaaeamadc to order. o'Ji 11th at n.w? below Eat o'J'J 1 m WANTED-MEN, WOMEN. BOY8, OIRIjt, AIJ. claaaaa of w or kin* iwopla. to enca?e in a bunlneaa. a |>ortK>u of which cau be done iu a auiall room at MA daytime or evening. No picture bunlunaa. No hn.-ubUK. aimple and eaay. can be oiierated iu the city or a country villaaa. Auy peraon luakitur leaa than l*r week ahouid ee id 10c. for lull dim tioiu how to pruoa?d; 24 workiutr aatuplea and au euveloi* contaln Ims a aaiui'le of irnoda. Clrrulan free. Addreaa ALBANY SUPPLY CO, Albauy. N. V. olT .IOt \j|T ANTED-A DHESSMAKEB IN EYEHY FAMILY TT Learner* for Prof. CHRI8TNER'a new "In teruatlonal Tailor feyatem'' with any iiieii rule or taivuieaxure alone, aa all acientinc tailor* and eminent Pan*. Berlin and London dreaamaken cut. Patient* and Material* cnt. ha*ted, draped or made. Mlue. 8. J. UE8SEK, *XX>n*ervatory ?m kiodca." 1 *?' ? 1'auu.w. Waah'uirton. D.C. *;?-'Jm* WANTED HELP TO DISTRIBUTE AND COL lect (10 to ('JO per week and exp< nae*. |*y ineut acnpvdintr to ability. Nice, irenteel employment for ladiaa and irentlemen No namtinir. raceipt*. or hum buir. Write at ouca, encloaiuir Kelt-addreaeed an. ataui|>ed eovelow to EMPIRE 81 PPLY AOEMCY, 7 Weat Broadway. N Y. aep&-.'iia WANTED-A0ENT8 IN EVERY COUNTY IN THE U. 8. (7 J par month aud expeuaea. 8aiuplea and outfit free. Write, with at-.mp*. ALl.WuR'l H M an LEACTUR1NU CO.. fcutherlord. N. t (Ma "wanted- -roomsT WANTED?FCRNI8HED AND UNFURNISHED room*: can nut deniable room* In two or thrae da>?; hare many cu*iomera. aave money by *ae;nv a*. h(>ok KEN 11 NO AOENcY. ill* 0th at n.w. o2? S? WANTEFV-8UITE OF BOOMS?PAELOR AND two bedroonia?weat of 15th at. nonh of O at: rent not to exceed #70. Addreaa NAVAL OFFICS, 8tar office. O-7-Ut VVT Af,TKI>-A LADY WOULD LIKE BOOM AND 11 Board, with beat and ru, not over f-io. Aillma L E. BtarolBi-e. o27-*t* ANTED - THBEE UNFURNISHED ROOMSl *e.ond floor, in north weatern antiun. Willi w for oua year; no hoiuekeepuuc. Apply, with refer ence*. to box 122, Bur oUce. o27-2t? WANTED?ROOM8 OF ALL EINDtf AND PUICLK with and without board, at I ooui Beutiu* Aareix-y in Circulatlntr Library. 174U PennaylTanla *tc tcnua for registering roaaoaabU. Mr*. LOCI L HL'N'l Lit o22-Of WANTED A GENTLEMAN. HIS WIFE AND GROWN daughter, deaire two rooms fronting aouth, with ar ce*a to parlor, and with board. In a nice nr.rata fam ily. In which there an no other boardera, fur the com 1WC winter nd aprlmr. Locality preferred, wcat of tfth Md H at*. Addreasbox 3d, Star ofbee. o24-0f WANTED-ROOMS-MOBE CUSTOMERS THAN wa cau ittit Pa rue* having rooma to rant can aare money by consulting ua. No chjvt until rooui* are rent.-d. Room Agency. 1307 F at D. RAMEY Jyl&-4ui WANTED-mSCELLANEOUlS ANTED - PERSONS WISH ITO 8 KN D horaaa to the country for winter, ? rlilm* K LEE SAUNDERS, Oaofn Job*. Md. WANTED-TO BUY FOR CASH. A DEl'G nTOEJ doin* between (2o and (30 a day. Addrea* Bo; SUroHca. o2S-2t? \\T AN TED?(4,600 ON IMPEOVED BEU. ES " tatelor live years, for which I will pax (25 pe; month in to re* t N.C.. Star office. o27-3t? WANTED-BY A SINGLE WHITE MAN. BOARD and a home with aoiue honorable fanner that would like to have a crop pat iu on ahana. or wou>d 2&?*&iS?r3K -"""Tips: - * ? ?? liim " _=_. A 1 (eteraucaa. Addrcas '-JEWELRY, w ??<*- o'S7 -3, WANTED?TRY OUR BUTTEEINE AT SO CENTS a pound. Doesn't get raucid. koepa better thau Butter: aatlaiactiou iruarautoad or money returned. Sail# 34!'. 360, 3ol Center Market, and 644 Northern Liberty Market. ?M. C sCRIBNEli. au3-13w> WANTED-TO BELL A_LOT OF NEW. BTWUBE Hata. at half tirloea; Hata trimmed at JO eenta PleaaeoalXat BOB flth at. ?aar FStTw rtA-lT' WANTED?fEATHEE BEDS. CARPETS, Fl'KNI ture, Ac.. Be. Parties deelrteg to sail household ?v?? krrnwihnlil 'i 60. Star office. o!3-lt WANTED?UP BOLSTERING OF FiIFfaELOE and other Furtitiua; plea of ?3. tor^2S in* of all rradea oa head. Saa I cThaljuliwe 14th atnw. WAWitPrW.y. MOFFETT. 1321 F ST. E W. 3*4 ? I SUBURBAN PROPERTY. _ WANTED -STTTATIONS. w tXttS-TO BEADS <??? TAMll ? .? AN J n? prtotoraaT Ro-rrfluar IIomm ?k ?rnd nt.iAaaateat Mw Catamv wiafe to -?rw t ? M * >tW* fnr tboir I?>er\l Addreea J R JOBXltuS. IWwm?n .,4 Trraenrrr Howard Vbi venal ty ? .'i \V*vrii kv us vot can .irr n->r?B. k?|?r? ( .. kit Matte. *alt?r?-a?. Xuraoa. Laua dreaaoa. Haani>'r???. butiore A? nationality. arttB r*?w* At DicK'H AjrwT aiartii.t.i.w. <<.n ..?? A riBBT-CCAMB OHAMBIBMAID ' ' ? attuaUos in a wintt fan.il>. or tfeaar*. Ii-m* wort. IMna o* oaU al 1424 S at. *-? W ASTRO - BT A UHItiTtRU: MWU? f f vumii of aiMi? uv utuati-t a* aar?e or rfcani bormaid. rood my reference. Call ee aklrw ' I7*b*t. __ .?w tr \V?Mr.P Al HIAI-.JI AUTI !.* Kmtn'ri " fnr C<<oka. CBaaabernieida. * Pltrvea lam <tr?a? ?ad Sureee. ttoan..i r. ... Mn tAa.-em. r\?ike. l>?ar?i luou, butler*. OOOMIta * BI'BaiEmn. Hill fall ? o"3t-Vf inilTP - IT A THCftTWoBIH' XI KHr, i 'I rlece to take care .if clitlArvn or Invalid tolri would*-'*awaitreee o**eupeie.r?a?rL I'lw <-el; of aodroea al 67 1 QV a a o'.'T 4'* \V aXtei?-birrAiioMM n? ;MH? rhiFT and ?' colored M*u Ud women ?- Oeafca, Mat.l? Knn ha. Sanaa Waitr~?e. . i. ??* I'rufrv f M 111 KNllAM, ?:u> ?.r. 1 at u f. ?<7JP M tasted at bi aDoi akti i.k immii.n* I for t onka. t'tieiiita<niiat.W. m'altroaa. laundr-a* Mid NuimMMutma. Mm tteit.-m, 0 -oka. i .w h a,?^ ttuUara tAM'L 1 OOimiK *l-,| r ? li VV ANT> 1> Kil l ATIt'S Al i ' i Villi IJ 11 pnval' fail.lb by faant Lmraat. a,A.I.Ir^a ll?iJ,'U-4 ; \v AMTE1* AflMmoi IS A LAW I run <?l l l? t ll by* younr mall ..f 17. aadoretan u al. rt liabd wi<l t> pa anting, but rooulrre ia.il.-. o27-"lt? EbASk. PL! LaatrapttoleC \V'AST*D-A DRt'O tl-ERK <>l THRU anh a If I Alt year* etpenotice. eiu.t. at at lb* Nan, . J ColMaa ofVbanaacy, la d>*?it\iue of a ? ? -I i.-?it, u, boat rafereucee tfltee A.ldivaa AMIIIMN. svm ofttoa. (4T4P WAIfTtll-kf A R1..HI \ h,.Ni I . 1 All! B tf American rtrl. a KituaUoa aa e <ainet ?? a,,d auraan rot erne**. .an fam.ab tlw l?at ot hi m .?*? ?atoca|*liilit>. A|i|'l) ?t IMJI Mat n ? . -i. .??? \V AltKD ?>! 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MAS Willi I Vk?? uB ff Uirw buiidrad doiian aa partnariu troo.1 aad ?1 yard. A.ldr?aa IVia 10"i Mar ofh.. . *J , -*_'t* WANTEit-tl/JllU AT 0 I'l.K I IST. Ink tUi) ff ywara.aoiuro.IU tlrat d.-.l of tru.t. Uo o.u.iula ?Jon. AiUlrraa MtlSEf. Hiar ..fh.-.' o*J6-:?t ????C WTM 81. *.*. A tatum THHI L ? H?br 4 aa'l lln. k. aitb ba. k ntiildiiMf m-.i.-m l.u|>r> >?. ini'iii*. .-ifii'ii roouia. an at.i t u.i -im. i t |'ri.^ ?ti..VKI. 11. H. CKJLXI.^IKJKiii i.ii k V<*? u'Jj-'im 1404 I' at n ar. A HARK CKAKCX TO bc\ l?K>iiKAia.l. HI >f Nl.Hh rhttrt-KTY.?We ofl.T t..r * r.vdatatba fo.bmiuK dnidot] biialnoaa chaiM-o I t an n"iv.-?t ni -ul iu doatrably lorafd buan ? . i \. vli. 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N li. \i k A I'll.. 1m>j reuu tva o|."> ;'e TU> l\M>TOllfi IX UKAL Emm I HAVI . aOVoral |4ai-n of Roal Eatato ifron. ? to .It'll a nak ?oll lo.-at.al .oi IT1U<1,-?1 ar-uu.a . luuuol alibi a a abort .U?iab<? of til. city, wba-b I am arillan?r tn Ot? }aiaa of at lavmtuaaut lavaa, or ail join partlee la oruiibir ay udicatoa lor aubdii Minn. 4k. H T. ?CfT. ol4 1m 4t>'.' i'iiIikI u ar. 1KB CEXT LUA5K, GTAKAS I KK1> 10 1 II K Oomahu Loau and Iruat Co., H. iu A I ?IMA\ late Iruaaumr I'aitad Ktatea. Ifraidi-nt Intonat aet l'rtiaciy?l |aud by tbe ClaeuiU-al KatiouU Bank M. M. tilikUl, Haaliii K. n brml ?".T 3m I41M >lu.?. M MONEY TO LOAN. S.OOB?TO LOAM o yjQ ?J.ooo OS REAL ESTATE. uw auu toCM THOR E WAOflAMAB. OXEV TO 1?AX OS RKAL. ESTATE t mmn attoction to an ai-rti.-ati-ina oXMft _B*oRMbTi:DT A Hi.AHI.rT ??7 T. TO UiAS-BlOU.lKNI IS OS I M M Al ? I LK nrut. on food r>?l oatato la Vlaal.luirtoti rlta . ojo-lai JOHK E bt.AU. a . ... l . I l ot._ Mosicx TO LOAX. Loauai>rutu|itlj rnado tu<.n apnr *.-.1 boal l>lata (security. b 11 QjuMsb.iK> I i.H a <'0. oil -3m 14145 ? >lli.*, f OASS? A J Beat Eatato Loan*. Army atl S'a J Oflkara' Tar Accoun<a Oaabod. I <iana ou buildina A??.? iaii..u ai.d otbar MTOCka AS1' HoNlm. i.< a ill iHliMM.i 1AL I'APEb. and otbar tuat-ilaa* an uritioa. So d. iay a bare aocunty u aood, R DEMPSEY. Drokor. ?20-3m 14'.'4 Seta York era. MOSKY to tOAS AT LOWEXT HATErt <>? IS tcreat. oti apvrvretl real reutr ?tuata ia tb?- Ina irtct of Columbia. So delay ? imu e?? uniy t? aaifiA >KAS< In b MnUI S. ?2.3m Boal Eatato and 1XU * at. u.w 8100,000 larnu an.I t'ouniry l Tele|>boua 7CH4. U U. w u I II ? CO, auL'ti .1:".' S. L'lurlia >u baiuiaora. Mosey to loak " U4a baaj ksute Kornrlty lit 'U.A M' A THOMI*HO*, _J?13 13in t at.. Adjuiuuia hub buil.lla*. BIOSET ALWAYH IS OCR UASUtt TO U>AB <J* jjm. eauafacton real eatato aacunty, iu auiua w -rl.at baud li |wr cont Interval W MUX A JoHSrrti*. 7v i:,tbat.air. _ Mosey to loan ox rlalemtaie, ls aiint W auik at vwuai Caui4 tuturaat. hOHTLTZMA*. Wis Itrwt lOtb aud I all a V Mosey to luasos iw?.ivhi"ui *?<> * - a MxJUUl Y. laoderata eommlaeiobe. So Mtr. aniio liEti. aa UNki.Na. cor B aad ISHh att Mosey to ujas ~ ~ lii auiui to atuk at Jowotrt rataa. r>ti AptTrrenl-l* auKaaiuiiy. HUUhtX A blio* X 14^. l?mayltatiiaaoa Mokbytouoar ai ia>weot bate* orncTEREsr OS IlLAA. AJS'l All blx IT. I I Y. inu&.j. h.ihlm k<yy. aaaj 13J4 e at a.? ^OSEY TOLOAS OSbEALEal AXE Al u>* DASESHOWER A ROX. HfC4 1 ll.*? E at. ^ Mosey to laas ok real ekta rt ot eib^t I laaa aecurtUta, at tomiat ratua oi uilormt -Na t.alay abera tbe aacunty uUloU u. C. 041EES. 3'I3 Ttb at aar. LOST AND FOUND. LOKT-TAEKN FltOM 1 BE B AN D U. l>Elt >T. tbrourb uuatak. , a Vaiiar cmiainin* i bild'a l lothiinr. takeu lial'in-u and 0 o'clock |i. u. Liboial reward if return to 31S MIliaL n. a. II* f OtJT?OS BiTkda Y. tXTOBEB 3x nM ALL BLACK rj aad Tan Gyi>. had luikal |4?tod . .'liar faatruyd by laid luck. aiiaar.-ra to uaiuc ol Dot. LjU ral ivarardalfl C~paid aoder by ret anna# bar to J"W-' V au W rei ullhlflftoD. OKT?A BLt E ASP RED-HTBlPI t) H ASPREI^ fi . cbiof. botwaou LUiitt Houm and \ uriuoat are __ at., either oti tbe ?*r? or la araUliaf. Botttrn to bill 14that. aalnoalToimiA_ urt-tf 1XIUSD?A POCEET-BOOK WIKTUSIBO BOMB r money, wblob tbe oaaor caa bare by prona* uup. ert[>?dj?,1b4f cbanroa t? loib at. fca__?^fia W50 BE*AB?-L0OT-0BE COLD ?Sl'EE BOX. abont thrve larboa Ion* and two incl.aa wl.le,. baaed; a.ao. one MoOe Oamoo bnu-alet. oo.itainuw aovou atotaea Tbe above n-ainl will be uu.' lor Uaa return - SaoMuoauona-k^ ft**. tue above aud no uueeu.'ua aekwt m.iy to McDEVITl A EUXULbB. o36-3f BO& Faaanaylvaaaa aoa PERSONAL. rootiroai tbo miaali laaaat H'lbA4tAL BMBb a laoA. Ill* Ft. al?f A BPtCIAL FX A T ("BE. OCK AL] WOOL <X>1.E A acre* balta, ILIX). HI BAhbLBULb A ta.*B. Stanatarturiuc t kitk.ara, 1112 F at. oln 3m C'^-i bEBVlCBJETAMLSATIUK QCBSllOBi MB aad B ata i OB ACCOOKT or TMB BBAVT 1 BMAKD C?6i aa an ar* now prepared to pay fall valMo lor Uaata* Has* aUlatJDCTM Old FOB RENT?MlbCELL AN EOU8 P?? RRRT-CAUiiKAWI TTTTa alTKBB.