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WASHINGTON: HTIMT JM* ?? kwm S?U Sally rirrdartN Mr* Iku it#W? that *t mm, Mkn Sail* paper pabtlaBeS to UiAliim, aaS aark irt?Mr iku that ?f all tfca OkOT dmilr papara bera aiM t? m The District's d*y In tbe House yesterlay was not entirely Miud, though the subject of peiiMuns to ui< ex-soldlera of Ute United Stat fa occupt?l mora o< the District's time than any topic oC local concern. Tbe bills increasing the ponce force and tbe number of station-bouses, and providing tor police matrons, meet urgent public seed* and the District Is to M congratulated that this legislation bas run tbe gauntlet of the Bouse successfully. Tbe dangers which have threatened It bare not been based upon objections to It on Its merits, but upon tbe difficulty of secur ing attention to It at all, in view of tbe disposition of the House to devote the District days to national legislation, or to waste them by filibustering. It seems almost lrapowible for some members of Con grew to appreciate that they constitute the local legislature of the District as wed as a na tional legislature that the attention which they are ask-d to give to District af fairs Is not s matter of favoritism but of constitutional duty; that there is no re proach to Congress in charging that on certain hoar* of tbe s?sslon"all tbe gnat measures con. xtected with the Interests of the country are crowded aside la order to increase the police force of tbe District of Columbia," and that a failure thus to set aside national affairs on tbe days promised to the cspltsl Is not only a breach o( faith, but * violation of congressional duty. Mr. oolwsy, who wss killed by a Baltimore and Potomac train last night, put himself In the wsy of death in s brave and successful attempt to save the life of another, and to that extent contributed to tbe disaster to himself; but does all the responsibility fall upon blot? Wltnin tne last year three citizens of the District bavs been killed by incoming trains on the local rail roads, one on tbe Metropolitan Branch of tbe Baltimore and Ohio, one on the Washington Branch, and tbe last on tbe Baltimore snd Poto mac. In all these cases it bas been claimed that the trains were running st a rate of speed greater than the District law allows, in the present case It is stated that the train was running very rapidly, though within the city limits, as no one was expected to be in tbe way so near tbe mouth of the Navy-Yard tunnel. Whatever may be the finding in the present instance, a warning should be derived from it which wiu secure a better observance in the future of the law or regulation concerning the speed of trains within tbe city limits. It is nonsense to arrest equestrians and bicyclists for fast driving, if the railroads can send their engines along the city streets at any rate of speed they please, and kill people througa such violation of the law with Impunity. Every coroner's Jury which examines into a death caused by a moving train should ascertain clearly whether the rate of speed was legal. Commissioners and ponce author.ties should see to it that this law is obeyed. The general Impression on the subject Is that It is violated every day. The Ota of the citizen's committee tor the im provement of the form of District government has been introduced In the Senate. Now it ought to be pigeon-holed end put out of the way of practi cal measures for the benefit of the District, upon which there is a prospect of substantial agree ment by citizens. Tbe more Important measure Involving our form of government, which pro poses for tbe District real representation in the House and Senate, bas been wisely postponed, and the present bill should likewise be put to sleep and aroused. If at alL only when the fitting time shall come to consider the measure giving the Dis trict representation in its legislature. What is one man's meat is another man's poison, say* the old proverb. The terrible havoc wrought by a waterspout in Michigan on Saturday night was la part compensated by the extinction in one town of a fliv which had obtained such headway tba" all human efforts to check It were unavail ing? It will not do hereafter to condemn even a wamspout as essentially useless till all the con ditions of the case are known. The legislation reorganizing the Police court and meeting the embarrassments caused by the recent decision of tbe Supreme court concerning the status of that court should be vigorously pushed. Immediate action Is needed. considering the enthusiastic nproar crested In every popular assemblage by the display of a bandana, a republican will have to wear only colorless linen and silk handkerchiefs to places of amusement, or else go out into tbe lobby every Viae he blows his noee. The promptness with which Mr. Depew followed the report of his withdrawal from the Presidential race with a total denial, shows that the fear ex preused by some of his friends, lest be should re fuse to ran after being nominated, is groundle Wrrr Had A Touch OF 3CMMTR WEATHER, JUST A TA8TEOF WHAT IS COMING. AND THIS IS a* ADMONITION TO BE BEADY WITB SUITA BLE CLOTHING. THERE NEVER WERE SO MANY HANDSOME FINE GOODS MADE CP TUB HOT WEATHER AS NOW. AND. ON THE OTHER HAND. THERE WERE NEVXB SO MANY "UGLY" THINGS AS ARE TO EE FOJND IN CHEAP GOODS. THE LIGHTEST AND BEST OF HOT WEATHER GOODS IS THE PONGEE SILK. NOT THE KIND THAT'S HALT CLAY OIL. BCT THE BEST OF THE GENUINE ARTICLE IT IS THE STRONGEST GOODS OF ITS WEIGHT THAT'S MADE: WASHES AS WELL AS UN EN. AND WI ARB ALMOST ? 'FOREVER." ?E HATE THE* IN COATS, VESTS. AND THE GOODS FROM WHICH TO MAKE PANTS IF wasted. torn GOODS TEAT WILL NOT W ASH THERE IS AN IMMENSE VARIETY OF SILKS AND Ml*HAIRS- THE HANDSOMEST ARE THE ROTAL SILKS THAT NEITHER RAIN NOB PERSPIHA TION AFFECTS. THESE COME IN A VARIETY OF CCL0B8 AND SHADES. PLAIN AND STRIPES. >EXT COMES THE SILK MOH AIRS. IN VARIOl'S SHADES OF BUFF. BROWN AND DRAB. GENUINE CALCUTTA SLEKSLCKER COATS ABD VESTS EVERYBODY KNOWS WHAT THIS IS LOTS OF PEOPLE HAVE WORN IT. BUT HARDLY ANY ONE EVER "WORK OUT" A GENU INE GARMENT MADE OF IT. FO* FULL SUITS THE "WORSTED SERGES" OE "NUN'S CLOTH" IN LIGHT COLORS ARE | ABOUT AS THIN AS WOOL CAN RE MADE. COOL HANDSOME AND DURABLE WHITE AND COLORED FANCY VrSTS. BLACK ALPACA. alClLLlkN." 'BRILLIANTINS" AND "DRA* D-EIE" COATS AND COATS AND VESTS TO MAICM. E B BARNUM A CO, X Ml PENNSYLVANIA AVE. J* C. Hutchinsox IMPORTER FINE MILLINERY. MATS AND BONNETS AT 1 DOWN PRICES, UN TRIM MAP MATS AT OREATLT REDUCED PRICES JACKETS ABD WRAP* AT HALF PRICE. FOSTER kid GLOVER. inylT-30 M7 PBNSSXLTABIA AVENUE, He D. Barb. DCPOBTO amd TAILOR. ?ee tfci tain ?a tafona ywi IkW Us NEW GOODS U11 rENNSlJVANIA^AVR.^ Pwmjt Contemplating Going Oct OF THE CITY Caa find all tbe article* necessary for travel and wear at oar stars. W? caa furnish yon with everything from a oak# of aoap to an outfit. A SPLENDID LINE OF BATHING COSTUMES, including th> 8bos?, Hata. and How. Paraeole for Seashore and Mountain wear marked down considerably. Splendid Ready-made Dreaaea for your aelf or chfl dren at cheap price*. Ladiea'Muslin and Cambric Underwear In the new a*t and prattieet goods ever exhibited. Coraata, Gloves. Hoaiery, Handkerchief a, and lota of things yon will need. A?* for anything, and If we havent It la atock wa will yet it for you. LOTH OF TIME SAVED BY SHOPPING WITH CS, AHD A SMALL FORTUNE IN PRICE. OCR GOODS ARE ALWAYS GUARANTEED TO WEAR. Our store Is delightful to do yoar shopping since wa have 50 patent cooling faaa to produce a delightful temperature. ONE PRICE AS ALWAY& LAN8BURGH k BRO., LARGEST STORE IN WASHINGTON, 420,422,424. 428 7th St., 417, 418 8th at. We are the Sole Agent for the Standard Fashion Pat terns ; none better made. Saves material and labor; they are without a doubt unequalled. Hold by u* only. Aak for pattern. Pattern free. >12 Gfntlemfns brwMFR Underwear. Balbriggau. uauza, and Summer Meria j Shirts and Drawers. 25c., 50c., 81 ? I .one aad Short Sleeve*. New York Patt.ru Jean Drawers 50c. Summer Socka, 15c.. 25c.. 3oc^ 50c.. 75c. R. C. LEWIS A SON. 1421 New York are.. North aide, near 15th street, >12-lm I A DDD n FEB ?SS, "? L AADDIII: 2 5 " L A A D I> II FE SSS<j L AAA D D II r s 2 ILLL A A DDD II F.F.K *kfc8 NW N KKK CCO R K W W W KKI A RR* NNNIT CCKKWWWWF AAR R N N N KR C KK WWWWFK A A KRR NNNK 0CXK WW WW R AAA R R N NN EEE OOC K. K W W XER A A R R DEPARTMENT. Every one knows that for the last twelve year* wa have handled bIDKNBEKG'S COLLARS and CUFFS almost exclusively, they being to ladies what Earl ft ? llaon's gooda are to men. and what ia more, wa sail them as cheap as food* of much Inferior make*. COLLARS, 2 FOR 25o., (Slden berg's) Made of tbe finest linen, and perfectly cut and shaped. Ail stylea, larre or small points, hltrb, low or medium, wide or narrow c?pe* Ac.. Ac., all -:jea. AND UOODS WHICH WE can WITH PLEASURE RECOMMEND. Hare we Collar* 3 for "?5c* Yes. but we don't push them, our quality is ss vood as snyone shows at that 1 no*, but we say to you frankly that It paya to irive a ?mail difference and buy tbe better trood*. Tiiey ar* all linen. but a miarhty poor quUity. and have certain siaail imperfections which will come out in tbe wear, 'ihey are here if you wi-b to buy them, i ut we aay to you that they AHE NOT SlDt.NBi.KG'8 GOODS. CUFF8. 2 PAIR FOR 25o. (Sidenberg's.) Fine pure linen roods, all styles, and sixes, with cuff buttons if you wish them. Cheaper roods we don't handle, as we don't cara to sell foods which we cannot recommend with surety. RR* U tJ CCC H H II NN N OGO .88 R R y U C 0 H H II NN K O O 5^ RRH U U C HHHUNNNG S8S R R tT U C C H H II N NN C GO ? R R L*U CCC U U II .1 NN GGG "ssT 300 styles to select from, which form an Incompara ble line of every imsirin ble styl-. from the cheapest to the finest. To try to enumerate them would be folly. If you wish to know ail the newest style* in Ruchings you must see tnern yourself. 75 STYLES OF ?5c. RUCHINGS, Includinr amour them Crepe Lisse Goods, of all style* sua colors , Boltinic Cloth, all color*, with gold. stiver, copper, steel and ribbon effects, and styles, which you iiaa?/goods***"'' yoa wu'110 gatW1 "k* ?' ? pretty TOURI8T RUFFLINO. 6 yards in a box. nice fine quality, 18c. A BOX. We have bad it as low as Ro. a box. but found that the cheap-r roods did not trive satisfaction. This 18c. quality we have sold lor two years, and we have yet to hear the first complaint about it. We hare lust imported a lot of fine Rufflinir of all color* and couibinxtiou*, especially for tourist*' use. It Is put up six >ds. in a box. either 2 color* oi 3 yards each, or one aoiid color, if so preferred 50c. BY THE BOX 12XC. BY THE YARD. A GREAT LEADER ro* THIS week ONLY. 10,000 yards of Imported Rnrhinc, in white, cream, pink. bluevblack, black and white, pink and white, blue aud mid. Ac. WORTH 12*C. A YARD. ONLY 5c. A YARD. BBB A U U MM MM - -88- * R B AA U IT M M M M " jj8 BBB A A U V MMMM S88o fe B AAA U U M MM ? ? ~ BBB A A UU M M M bSSa Z *11 7TH, 8TH AND D STREETS. Style, Did you say? Correct you are. Neighbor. STYLE It la. STYLE, Indeed. but from WAY BACK. Void of ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS. Guiltless of artistlcity in fit and finish; sadly lack ing those deft and delicate touches so essential to the proper drapinf of the human form; chopped up and hastily and slovenly thrown together Is a ?ort of STY I.E not much admired?not much sought after a 8TYLE, if strictly adhered to, will bring you to ftiaf. BUST up the ancient machine and leave you? "Where Moses was when tbe Iirbt went out.? Can you solve that riddle or salt that river? Wa hope you will prove equal to the emergency. You know and all the people know that THE CLOTHING OF THE PERIOD is always obtainable at VICTOR E. ADLEB'S TEN PER CENT CLOIHING HOUSE. Yon know and all tbe people know that our price for THE CLOTHING OF THE PERIOD is from 25 per cent to 40 per cent lower t bsn yours or any other man's?a fact we have demonstrated so conclusively that THE PEOPLE COME IN CUOWDS-not lookera merely, but BUYERS. The people clasped hands with us ia this fight, banc* oar victory wa* so complete. VICTOR E. ADLERS'S 10 PER CENT clothing HOUSE. 10 911? and 02b 7th it n.w.. corner V usachusatts are. Strictly One Fnow Open Saturday till 11 p. m. ?^?OFFICE COATS, stripe* and checks, on *ala Monday, Wedneeday, and Friday mornings, from 7 till 10 o'clock. PRICE. 26c- EACH. )all Special 3 Days' Sj Ml'SLIN UNDERWEAR. 35c. Corded Band Cbemiaaa, 3Uc. ? L25 14-iach Etnb. Flo voce Skirt. Nc. 73c. bib. Yoke and Torchon Yoke Cbemiaaa, 63c. 50c. Walkintr skirts, Caubrk- Ruffla, 4ac. ? 8?c. flown, 2 inserting* snd Etnb. Kdga, 71c. 85c. Drawers, wide Torchon Edg*. 07. 3 LOTS CORSET COVERS. 60c. Corset Covers. 25c. Only sizes 32, 34, 40. 42. ? 1 Cocaet Covers. 50c. Hifb Neck C. C? susa.38, 4ft 42. kaarolar prioea. 89r . ?1. SI.48 Corsat Covers. 75c. ?nrfc Seek. Sqaara aad V-abaped. Refular prion, ?L tl.35. ?1 48. THE ft## A !*\ ? . r/S m n is 316 7TH STREET N.W. Lada* Dtmbum BactiiMa ia great variety. Jail Belli Of W ashing ton OLD RTE WHISKEY. The Foraet and i AH SASBOtm ft Ml WMft eeiv*? OX* HUNDRED DOZEM fURCI ITIU nous half a on In B??ttfal Mod*. Crown, and Drab Which w* offer st 3* CENTS PER PAIR, On, 81.70 PER BOX Or SIX PAICSl If yon are Interested we would be r'r'Til to have rw ?*U aadaae then, aether are each moibaiar usually sold at from 39 to 46 oenta per pair. chip mamupactucimo cot. 437 7TH 81. H.W. OUTU P. BURDETTK, >ll-3t Soto Agent for A. ft P HILADELPHIA Stork. bargains in hummer GOODS. ^ Ja?t received another lot ?f thoee flu* Challle* JfeSGSfiSfSia? w^thobur^';rt, laW* <"??-*?*?. *????? *Qi.1inV' Black Jereeya, all pricea. to <"l ^ku " 10 d*tu*nd- We have them, from 10c. PARASOLS. PARASOLS A full line of Paraaole and Sun Umbrellas Sprelal? Glorl* cloth Sun Umbrella, In 24, a?, 38 Inch, with p ain and fane* handle* ' batiu Parasols, m plain, checks and plaids, all cell TABU UXfcfi. lOW 1X8 AND NAPKINS. A full line of Table Linen lu bleacned, cream and Turkey red damask, all widths and prices. Napkins of all kinds to match. A f u.l line of Towels from 10c. to 75c. Any body in want of the?e goods will do wall to took over our stock before i>ur< haalmr. Full line of Embroideries in Oambcte and Nalnaook. J u.l line of Flouncing in black aiid oream. SUMMER UNDKKWE - R. 7uMM ER UNDER WEAR. Ladles' Uiue V esta, 26. 35 and 60c. " Kll>l>ed ?? a3, 33. 50, <6and90*. ? " Oanae Drawers at 50c. Gentlemen's 0sum Sbirte, ?!>. 37* and ?0c. 1i?j brmmn i- hlrta. *5, 60 ??d 75c. 75e u,ttM 1011 Balbrtwan Draw*r% 60 as Oentlsman's Bleached Jean Drawara, 90a A few more Csrprtjflttg^w. Prtg^wttad. _J?? 0*8 7th sod 708 K si nw. The Best Is The Cheapest. A GENERAL reduction OP PRICES OP SPRING AMD SUMMER DRESS GOODS. As w? are desirous of closing oat as many FANCY DHE83 GOODS as possible before stock taking, we have reduce the prices of a treat many of our meat dseirable styles, and ladies who have Dot yet folly sup plied thsmselves for the ssaaon now have an opportu nity to do eo at extrsmnly low prices. We now offer our whole stock of French printed and plain colored 8ATTEENS at 25 cents per > ard. which does not cover the cost of Importation, and many other SPRING DRESS GOODS at reduction* Call early and you will not regret it ONE PRICE, IN PLAIN FIGURES. W. M SHUSTER k SONS, 010 PENMA. AVE. A Few Words To Ladies ABOUT EMBROIDERING MATERIALS. SILKS for embroidery work is being used very ex tensively In all of the new work, and outlined with gold thread. We are allowing some handsome after noon TEA CLOTHS worked in Silk and outlined with pure Gold Thread. New ART -ATIN in all of the new sbsdes, made ex pressly lor us and workeR with our new shades of Rope Silk. This work is very eSective and worka up very quick. Rope Silk can be used on any other material as well. We will show during the next few days some ex quisite samples wrought in this beautiful material. Our assortment of RoPE, FILO. J A* A.N WaSH, and FILLING bll.K la the moat complete in the city. Complete assortment of all kinds of Embroidery Materials for decorative purpose. & OPPENHEIMER A BR0? Now Building. 514 9th *t n.w.. Sole Agents for the Light Runulng New Home J?9 hewing Machine. A CCO L EE* 1 WN M n PI IT A sin uLbniiH ssss * J* ? eeh EEC PPP S " www w, e i p p SSS WW WW FK Eg PPP ?? WW WW R K f "as8 w w res Sec p In anticipation of the usual great demand for MI88KS* and BOYS' LOW SHOES and SLIPPEBS during school-closing time, and tempted by enticing low prloee, we have pro vided oureel-es with probably a larger supply of thla class of goods than was wit* We fully belters that we do not exaggerate by aaying that our stock of Misses' Low Shoee la larger than the combined stocks of all other shoe bouses in the city. This enormous pile of goods has got to be closed out clean by July 1 at if we have to more heaven and earth to do it?ao look out for bar gaina. Our variety embrace* every Imaginable style of Low Shoes and blltipers snd only of the re liable quality, for which we are famous. To fully appreciate thla great aale yon must call and see the roods. The following will give a faint idea of our low pries*; At 40c., Miaaes' and Child'a genuine kid. k ti nned. hand-turned Opera Slipper*: a bargain at 75c. At 68c., Misses' Kid Oxford Ties, with good bottoms and the same as sold by other house* at SL At 75c., Misse* and Children's hand-sewed Ox ford Ties, plain or with patent tip*, compare favorably with regular tl .*5 goods. At tL Mine*' and Child's fine Dongola Opera Slippers with large cut steel buckle*. These are cheap at $1.25. At 98c.. Youth's solar tipped Low Button and Boya' hand-made Goat Oxford Ties, Caatb* duplicated for 11.25. To avoid the gTsat rush, call sarly WM HAHN k CO.'8 CELIABLE SHOE HOUSXa, SIS 7tfe Street, 1 Mi Pennsylvania i SSI Pennaylvania avenue i Long Sermons AND LONG ADVERTISEMENTS ARE A FEW OP THC TEDIOUS SUBJECTS THAT PEOPLE, IC HOT WEATHER. DONT SEEM TO WATI ANT PATIENCE WITH. FOR THIS BEACON WE SAT. IN AC FEW WORDS AS POSSIBLE. COME TO OUR CTOCE AND WE WILL CONTRIBUTE TO YOUR OOMFORT AT A SMALL OUTLAY, ET SELLING TOO THC MOST OOMFOCTACLC CLOTHING AT THC MOST COMFORT ARLR PRICES WITHIN YOUR IMAGINATION, FOC MAN OB COY, OLD OC YOUNG. MO MATTEC HOW LARGE OC HOW SMALL A OAEMXMT TOO MAT BEQUICC. WC ACC PRCPAC^p FOC THC OCCASION. WE CALL SPECIAL ATTEMT10M TO OUC large stocc or cxtca-lacoc oool MCMTC. SIZES OP TO AO CCEAST MEASURE. OUR STOCK OP BOTV SUITS ZC TCT OOMPURC AMD OITC TOO ACT sue TOO WAMT FCOM ? to u tears, ssobt pacts, psioas pcom ?100 TO THC CCAUTIPUL MM SUIT AT CISCO. T*C?0UKM EAOLC OLOTMSM* 00M M4W 400 SETCMTX STBSSX JT.W^OOK. ft Mail O&Dtss Pbomptl* f illed. palais ROYAL !bbb A f\S^ A Hj&S f BB A A RRR 5 A A II N N N ftitf I Hfss?,YT lj5 i FOB WEDNISDAT. JUNE 13TH. W* ask special attention to list of second-floor bar gains quoted in lower half of .this column. To-mor row eveuiug. at 6 p.m., tb? special prices terminate. TH* PALAIS ROYAL. (MSB'S bargains Mow.) Mm "P. R." Dress Shirts. If we can but get you to give the "PAL Aid ROYAL'' Shirt a trial we feel sure of your future patronage. Our eleven years' practical experience la the Shirt - Trad* snabUe us to writs Intelligently OCR REFERENCE. OVER 3,000 GENTLEMEN OF WASHINGTON and elsewhere, many of whom have worn none but PALAIS ROYAL Shirts for many years. If yon call to-morrow uak for Mr. Porter, our Shirt man. If you order by mail please state whether you are unusually tall, abort, tie., in addition to usual measurements. the "palais royal- shirts. Because of facilities for purchasing the materials direct from the makers: because of manufacturing in telligently, continuously and economically, and be cause of the small profit that our cash system enables, we offer. MEN'S SHIRTS EQUAL CUSTOM MADE. Uulaundered for (Sic. Laundered for II. Equal custom mads bscauss cut after the most ap proved style snd made up liy expert shirtmaksm. We find the best hands are cheapest in the end. A fit is assured, because ws hare styles to suit all fl/ures As as Illustration, to each neck sits we hsre three differ ent lengths of slseves. A perfect knowledge of the tricks of cutting enable* u* to fit the short and stout man a* well as the tall and thin individual. TRY A SAMPLE "P. R." SHIRT. If you try on on* of our Shirts you can learn if they'll St If the expetlment is a failure it'll co?t you littl* trouble and no money, for we'll promptly and po. lltsly reiund the price paid on return of the aampla, BUT WE CAN FIT YOU. THB PALAIS ROYAL, (For ladies below.) Lace Bargains For Tomorrow. We think the lot will not last more thsn a day?not if you knew the.qualities we will offer st the price. A LITTLE JOB LOT. There's only 19 pieces In the lot, and though we bought at 33H per cent discount we are not asking more than our usual profit. BLACK CHANTILLY LACE FLOUNCING3. 1 PIECE AT 9L A very pretty pattern; In fact, as food a* any *e've yet eold at $1.23. 1 PIECE AT 91.60. Cost you 41.98 generally1. 1 PIECE AT 93. You'll \alue at *2.50. 1 PIECE AT S3.23. Bartram at $-.50. 1 PIECE AT 92.68. Same pattern sold for 93.23. 1 PIECE AT 93. Lovsly fern leaf pattern. 1 PIECE AT 94. Vine and flowers. 1 PIECE AT 95.19. Work of art. worth 97.50. BLACK SPANISH GUIPURE LACE FLOUNCING8. 1 PIECE AT 91.68. Heavy ?ilk; worth $2.25. 1 PIECE AT *3. Coat to duplicate 93.98. white Valenciennes lace klooncings. 2 PIECES AT 68c., generally costs 98c. 1 PIECE AT 75c.. a very pretty pattern. 1 PIECE AT 91. not dear at 91 50. 1 HECE AT 91.25. pretty lace stripe. 1 PIECE AT 9'-. lac* and mull stripes. 1 PIECE Fedora Lace Flouucina-. 92.68;* worth 93.50. 2 PIECES Egyptian Laoe Flouncing. 45c.; worth 98c* 19 PIECES, each a bargain too good to atar. THE PALAIS ROYAL. (Embroidery bargains below.) Cheap And Gtood Embroideries. When you see the beautiful and close patterns offered at the following price* you'll say we have not exagger ated their worth; 45-inch 8wus Skirtings. For 95, 9L25. 91.33, 9L68, 92, 92.C8, 93.68 Worth 119, 91 48. 91.50, 91.98. 92.50, 92.98, 94 .50 For Children's Skirts; 22-inch wide, 30c.; worth 75c. 30-inch wide, 68c.; worth 98c. Narrow Embroideries to match. 9-inch will*, 19c.; 10-inch, 25c. THE PALAIS ROYAL. tSecond-floor bargains below.) Shoe Department Bargains. (PALAIS ROYAL; second floor.) 95 Warranted Hsnd-eewed French Kid Bu'ton Boots for 94.25. Ladies who uudoratand flue shoes will ap preciate such quality and style. Would cost to order at l*a*t 97. Boys' 93.50 English Calf Boots for 93. Button and lace. Baine quality as Man's 46 boots. Curtain Department Bargains (PALAI9 ROYAL; second floor.) 93.98 Nottingham Lace Curtains for 9a 15 pair. Never before such Beautiful designs for 93.98. 10c. Curtain Scrim for 7c. yard. We Include the fin* new patterns opened yesterday. -9c. Cream and Lemon Madras for 25c. yard. Suit Department Bargains (PALAIS ROYAL, Second Floor.) 95 Whit* Suits for 94. The fit and the style of $10 ?nits. Lessenihroilery the only difference. 922 White Suits for 919. Basque of solid embroid ery, trimmed w.th Moire ribbons. Sagnple on figure In window of No. 1117 Pennsylvania avenue. 91 68 Wrapper* for 91.33. Mother Hubbard front. Princes* back. American Percale. The equal of the French for deeigna and colors. Chlldren'e 91.60 French Sateen Suits for 98c. 93.98 Sateen Suits for 92.50. Embroidered yoke* and embroidered puff sleeves. 92.50 (> Ingham Suits for 91.98. Embroidered gamps. 91.30 Gingham Suit* for 91.35. Trimmed with em broidery. 10 per cent discount off marked price* of Children'* Traveling Suit* and Ulsters. Th*s* are made of light all-wool English Cloths, Tweeds. Ac. While they will not show dust they are very stylish?typically English. Jersey Department Bargains (THE PALAIS ROYAL, Second floor.) 91.08 Vest-front Jerseys for 41.88. These are im ported stockinst and tailor-finished and extra-value at ?1 98. 92.98 Cream Jersey* for 92.68. Very superior Stockinet Not a spoi or oletnish. Shawl Department Bargains (THE PALAIS ROYAI* Second floor.) 9L49 Caahmere Shawls for 91.25. Hundreds sold this season, and pronounced the beat in town at 91.48 **ch. Underwear Department Bargains, (PALAIS BOYAL; Second floor.) 76c. Nightgown* for 08c.; "Mother Hubbard," tuckad and embroidered. 85c. Cambric Drawer* for 68c.: embroidered ruffle. 91 Corset Covers for 50c. snd 68c. s cambric. Some with lac*; aome with embroidery. 86c. Summer Balmoral Skirt* for 69c. 91.13 Skirt* for 98c,; four styles embroidery. 91.08 street and Toilet 8a> que* for 9L35. 91 India Linen Sac ,ues lor 73c.; embroidered. 9115 Cambric Drawers for 90c.; four-inch embroid ered ruffle and 16 tucks. Infants* Department Bargains. ("FALAIS ROYAL," aeoond floor.) 68c. Cap* for 49c.; finely-*hirr*d mull, prettily lac* trimmed. 9LIS 3-plece C*p* for 95c; large bow of mull, fit perfectly, easily laundered. 91-98 Children'* (1 to 4 year*) Dre**e*for 9L69; ?w *tyl*? asphyr gingham. Corset Department Bargains. ("PALAIS ROYAL," aeoond Boor.) 75c. Ventilating CorMt for (16c. The great SUCOM* Of thia s*w corast 1* because ol its lightne** combined with durability, and b*caua* of its cumfort oomUa*d With a Mr/ftct fit. I 48c Bustls* for 33c. The new Spiral Bustle, sloping from the waiat, and now ao fashionable. Shirtwaist Department Bargains. (PALAIS BOYAL; Second floor.) Th* celsbrslsd 99c. "KING" for 76c. Th**e Shirt waists are the another*' favorite in N*w York and Brooklyn, and are always asked for. Stamped Goom Dept. Babgains. (FALAIS ROYAL. 9*eoad floor.) 9L26 Bureau Scarfs for 98c.; sise 18x79 lachag; thre* rows drawn work and frlngs. Me. Cover* for 44c.; da* 19>?0; fringed*a all M**; draw* thread. SSc. Cover* for 60c.; si*** 19x90; drawn wort aad d**p knotted fringe. 48e- Shoe Beg* fur 90a.; foor pockets. 85c. Large Laundry B*?a for 69c. ~ bur***' Apra? for 83c.; *xtr* da*; tucked; BS. Bi THE FALAI9 ROYAL. U.USXEB.) Wflwfui) & Lomors Couxx or sto&b im TUESDAY. JUXl 12TB. ISM. CHANGED EVERY DAT. A Number Or Iktebesting Item*. Attention i* called to the followi* extra food values in seasonable roods: ??OUTING" FLANNELS. The aew purchase shows op beautifully. It la the best of til fair-prtoed good* for leva Tennia, Boating, Mountain tad 8eaabore Suits. Two hundred and eighty piecea. Fifty-three distinct atylaa of etripee. check* and plaids. Plain shades to match, Tim: Pink, lavender, light bluj, medium blue-mixed gray, three shadee of light brown, tan and ecru. 15o. par yard. See them by all means. (Second floor.) GRAY DRESS GOODS. Tor traveling dresses, for ton* wrapa, and for aacond mourning wear, thaae mar sad black all wool fabrica ataud unrivalled, and deeerve at tention. Variety of checke, atrtpaa and plaids In light and medium effects, 75c., $L $1.25 and IL50 per yard. (Firat floor-, annex, rear.) FANS. For graduation day, for chnrcb, for party and opera. All kinds, from those Just worth the buying to the best. Your choice of a hundred Fans?a dozen atylaa at 75c. aaoh- white aad colored Satin Fana. plain adga aad feather, tipped; fancy Linen. Gauze. Can Tea. Ac., both plain shades aad hand-painted. Hand-painted Satin Fana. with olive-wood sticks, in Pink. Light Blu*. Cardinal. Gold, Ecru, and Cream, 39c. each. At 55c. we offer a Japanese Faa of tha Im proved Mikado Shape, trtpple stick, silk lacing, and tassel. Telescope Pocket Fana in Cardinal, Tan and Blwcit that will go In the pocket. (First floor: rear.) SMALL WARES. An ltam la Pine la 440 for 5c. Beet tngii.fr tempered steal. Lawn Tennis Balls, plain aad fancy colon, 25c. each. Lindsay's Hose Supporters, for Babies. Chil dren, Miasea and Ladiee. HOSIERY. , Ladles* Fancy Drop-stitched Cotton Hoee, unbleached uppera. with fancy striped foot aud ankle. Fine Quality, 3 for $L00. Every pair warrantad-new lot of Ladiee* ?Taat" Black Cotton Hoee, in three-pair-for-a doilar grade. LACE DRAPERY NETS. The recent advantageoua purchase* "??*f tha present stock the flneet we have shown. Black and Cream, 45, 48 and .r>4 inches wide. Geometrical fimiree, striped, flowery effects, and other equally attractive deaigna. Prloee: S1.10.S1.35.SL40.S1.50, $1.68, SL80, 82. ?2.40. $2.50,12.82, $2.80, $3.68 and $5 per yard. Two specials?54-inch Black Cashmere Drapery Net, at preaent very much in favor; only $1.08. 42-inch Black Russia Net, $1.15. 8ATEENS. The patterns of the new flfteen-cent Sateens are excellent 8o close to the French that it would require an experienced eye to detect the difference after the drees is made. Beat French Sateens, 25c. (Second floor.) EMBROIDERED FLANNELS. We have lumped a table-full at 87 He- per yard. White, light blue, cardinal and cream, heavily worked in attractive deaigna, 87Ho, (Second floor.) MITTS. The Mitts that don't rip are the mitts aewad on the new retrograde aewtng machine, and are sold by us alone for thla city. Unquestionably the strongest and best, for the reason Ithat thla machine gives them a lock, aa wall aa a half back stitch. The seams are smaller aa well aa stronger. because the machine aewa the fabric nearer the edge than can be done by hand. The previous lota met with an almost inatant sale, and customers who have worn them commend them moat highly. We have again repleniehed. Ladiee' at 15. 22, 25, 35. 48. 50. 60. 65, 68. 75. and 85a per pair. Children's at 15 aad 31c. per pair. DRESS GOODS. It is a good time to buy Dress Goods. 37He. Wool Dresa Goods to 29c. 59c. Dreea Goods to 37 He. Higher-priced fabric* proportionately reduced. WINDOW SCREENS AND BHADES. Wa are prepared to take a few more orders. First breathing apell in thla department for a couple of weeks. Shadea made to order and put up for 75c. Wire Screens, 50, 60.70 and 80c. FANCY EMBBOIDERY DEPARTMENT. Fir Plllowa again. Ie the craze revived? 8 by 6 inch, 10c. 8 ?? 13 " 15c. 16 " 11 " 20c. 18 " 15 " 25c. Braided Pillow-Shams, 2 inch bam. ?<? 38, handsome deaigna, $1.35 per pair. Ditto, elab orate patterns, $1.65. STAMPED GOODS. New Damask Tray Covers and Carving Clothe, Damaak Doyliea. Momie Bureau Scarfs, Linen Splashers, Stamped Pillow-ahama, Umbrella Case*. Shoe Bags, Dust Bags, aad other stamped articles in great variety. Stamping orders promptly attended to. (Fourth floor.) MEN'S DEPARTMENT. Sal* of Men's Vacation Requisites bow on. "Outing" Flannel Shirts, la fancy Ceylon and Scotch fabrica. Particular attention givsa style, lit, and workmanship. Light oool-look lng effects, in attractive atrip**, chacka, and plaids. Not* tha wide range of prtoes it talla ' the variety?$1.50, $L78. $2. $SLS5> $2.50. $2.75, $3, $3.25. and $3.50 each. House Coata, Neglige, aad Taanla Blasers. Attractive variety of stylss, from the quiet to the strikingly loud. Cat to At maw $3.50. Other style ooat* $5, $6. $7, S7.50. and $8. Th* "correct" belt is all silk, in two aad thre* color*. caught la front with *nake buckl*. Bath Gown* of French Terry, la whit*. ecru, and fancy. $5 aad $6 each. Wiadaor Tie*, for wear with flannel shirt*. Perhaps a hundred different pattern*. enough at l*e*t to suit any fancy, 25 and 50o.aaofe. HaU Hoee, aU in a box. for a dollar. Attrac tive Una of handsome English Stripes, in Mode, Tan and other medium ooior-effecta, 0 for $1. ExoeUsot quality In Plain Unbleached Half Ho**, 5 pain for $L Underwear, BalMggan aad Gause. wlthLoag and Short Sleeve*. 25c. each. Tine grad* Bsl briggan. 87)*. 50 aad 75*. W* do not reaaam bar the time we have ahowa a better stock of Mea*a Underwear. COLLARS AND CUFFS. We keep every style that ha* ? following; ee tests* they com*out w*gM than. Collars OOc. and $1 par half 1a*en, Cuffs Hie.. Na, Jta. ndftOc. per pair, SHIRTS. Cielowd Pascals Shim in a sissies vartety ml ttrnthm. On* shirt, thr** collaia aad a pair ?f laveniblaenff* for $1.50. Strtped^FLque-Bwaost Shirts CUSTOM DEPARTMENT. Ow. tlth and rata. mw. WANTED?HELP. ?:?ll xjjj AXTKD-A MAX AXifwifi"'T<fGOIXrfiO Jj country; But b* well iaiieiiiin*i*W1 Appl^w WANTED-WoMKX OOOlft. IIOTOMO; CHAJH " bertnaida. Naraae and Uu?drm? l? city or ?way Wait rm, Driver*. or Firm Hin U: OoJorxl Men Cooks. SAM'L A . OOOMBS, H2G F*cn.w. JrtJf-4T_ WASTU>>IU4>iV, COOKlS, cHAkBEUAlCS. ? houee-tirla. nltm. drivers, end ell kind* of help for city end country, at UwlTIVDII ka|doy ment Bureau. 423 11th at c w. If WANTED - AX OTCfcATOH WHO UNDkR itudi making tin typ?a to go m the country, one wbo baa a can.era. leneea. Ac., preferred. Addm* Box 136 a lax otto*. It* \Vastid-at once, at mi o?t nw . a 'I women to cook auJ do teneral hxoeewcrk for two tn family; no araah.nt or inning. must atay nnrhts and bring city re:ereuc*. 1'* W'ASIID-iT Bl'RGVSW, 425 10TM ?t Nrf* . TT alvn Gat office. 6rvi ^:i. kitcbeu maid. chicken picker* for rseort, w lute ana colored. ad kind* of ?io D?tK labor, city and away )el2-6r* -UT ANTED-EXFER1EXCED HURT AMD WAIST " ban da aleo apprenuc**. 826 ?0th *t nw It* UTAMTTd-A WAlaT AND SEIKT HAND. 1103 11 18th at. kt. It* \V?*???YLOa?> *OJUX TODOOEXERAL TT botuework fur auiall family good ra?ei\uo<* re quired. Apply 1027 P st n.w. W HLl^7A J5rHiIT"i PUY TO X<EE HIMSELF r u-JT\ ^ L'l*'tui *"d 1<*? "?* l>uaineaa. MAY t-lt S. 110o fa. iv?. \VT ANTKD?A YOUNG I.ADY ACVU8TOMEDTO wiiTd^ otUt>>. n.^SOBv r2le *n " Url' m ,h' -how 705M:rMJtrton VtIie,y Mu"* Ai.ply.tono* \Y*,5T nXtRSE (WHITE) FOK A " b*by4 waakaold. Cbll at 479 1 st a.w. >]J-2f WANTED - YOUNG \VHlit GIIcxTto TAKE 11 care of two email children. mu<t turuish ivier eocee. Apply at 2304 Pa. are. aw. 1,. VV rip! 0LA8S~DiiEb8JULKEB AT " Cst. ? e. Appl) iiuiufdUtciy \\* \VhN.?,FD^,"..^PETENT." W1L1.1XU AND 11 bealtliv child a nurse, must bring satisfactory recoui menadione. Apply at Hovm 10. l.M?& Pennsyl vania are , between 11 and 1 end 3 and 4 jel-'-'t* >\ ? ANTED ? TWO FIltST-CLASs pt? BAKEK8. anion banda. I. H. LAX B. 54 T *t. n. w. l ?.?-2?* \VANTEL?TWO GOOD SALESMAN FOK OD? D**d l??i *>??pertencwl but m iat be able to wait on our lady customers salary ilH weekly. Apply F. A. THILL ACQ. 1304 T at u.? if \V A.XTED?A FIRST-CLASS COOK MIST HA \ F, 11 *vod r>ferencee. Apply to 1741 Rhode Island *T? j.n-3t m ' ? M?ANTtD-W WOMAN TO CODE AT ?()4 V ST 1 u w ; wuita prafaTed In a aniall family, jell -t* w LTANTEl>?A VOL"NO MAN W1J H ABol 1 1 liMEE . T yeara' experience lu dru* buaturaa. Ail ree* AS Alt I'M. Star ottce. iriTinv aire aua en* r.ence. 1 l-3t \\ ANTED -50.000 LAD* AGENTS IMMl DI " ately, also man; |rrai.d*at mo ry-u^kiL^r liiTei - tlon of the age; over mlUiou aoid. llHs. a 1 i.l J l LE. Chicago. Ill Jell-lOt* VVANTED-A TOCXO WHITE M?X IX A (1KO TT eery and liquor etore to make lilmarll renerall/ naefui: experit-uce and vood relereuuo* reuuire<L Apply at ltfcU l-.'th at u w. Xll-^t* WANTl D-ASTKOXO COCXTRV BOT !O MlLE " and d an *t?ble at OAEUuNT. Jataty milk inrrn. Sprlnf at. near 14th extended. >11-Jt* W* ANTED?AT DICK'S AGENCY. WoMKNOHJKh. 11 $10 lo 140. ? bamberuiaidx. waitrmre*. nuriMta. Uundiaaa. m- n oo^k% waitera butlera.coacbiiit>u.d>i . y men, ted hotel help for reeorta 613 7th at.ii w. jew-Ot* \VANTl D - WHITE DitbsUAKEBS. XUUSE& TT chambermaid*: alto wli-.ie and culorvd cooka and boueeworkera. tliia city. New York, and Brooklyu: lauudreaa lor raaort. F. iL HL'hNHAjn. 630-032 1 aL. n.w. jehMJt* \ATASTED-AN IND18TR10U8 MAN UN SMALL 11 C inutry place. Oermaii or Norwen n preierred. Apply on a;.d alter M nday. June 11, before 3 <>Vlo k p m..at 1708 I ?t. n.w. . ?? tv ANTED? white COOK. IRISH PREFERRED] T1 ?t Annendmle. on railroad, near cburcli. mmu. meudatloo* required. Audrcaa DANIEL AM.VEN. Waablyflon. J.?-3t* MTAXTED-IMMEDIATELY-A ooodqiki. For ' general bouaework. muat atay at ni*ht and brine govd reference*. 500. comer of 5-h and Eaat Cat itul ?la. Jeg-3t* WAX ! ED?A WHITE GIRL FOR XIR4K . MUST atay at uicht. and oiue well recommendeJ. two children. Apply after 6 p. in. 1323 T at. n v. Je9-3t iPMWP-lirt TO WW ttANo'SAW S"at MAIU TT blc quarry. atate terma. Addrvaa gt'ARRV. Star office. Je9-7t \v ANTED?A WHITE WE r NTUSE 1 OK INFANT, TT to lire In country or traTel, If neceaaary Ad tfresa Q., Mar office. >*'.l-3t* \y AXTED-TWELVE ~ MEX TO TRAVEL" AND TT iriee vooda aw ay; bit pay for diinx it >-e<uiity required. Apply from 2 to & uniy. Dl'NLAH. UJh E at. n.w. Je7-1?* WAXTED - DrNDORE*8 EMPLOVMENT HI n au. conducted by ladiea. mea. and vtointn. white and colored, lor all kiuda 1 doui-atic labor, for Dis trict and autea,with relt-rence. 717 M l^t.n.w.lllyll-6w? YV ANTED-?100 TO t300 A month can be TT made wurkiut for :u. At?"<a preferred who can furnish their own boraea and tiT? their wbole time to the btulueea. Spare momenta may be protitabi? em ployed also. A lew vacancies in towne and citien. b? J". JoHNsuX A CO, luoa Maui at. Richmond. Va. niy-'2-lm VV ANTED?SALESMEN-! OR PATENTED NOV. TT eltiea. useful roods uaed in erery ; ouaeliold. Lib eral <*oiuini8aioue allowed. One dollar wi.l atart v?u in businiSas Addreaa I r paiticulars, with atamp, Ul N TEH k Rl S.sELL. 18 Pearl a*_ Urand Rapida, Micu. rnylo-lm WANTED- -ROOMS. WAXTED-TWO OR THREE DNFl'RXISHLD Rooms on Capitol Hill; must be reasonable Ad dreaa B. B.. Star office. It* WANTED-HOUSES. w iTAXTED-TO BL'Y A SMALL HOME. 0 TO 8 r rooma. lu a desirable part of north we >t or on Ca^ttol Hill. caab price not exo?din?' 44.000 Own. r ad'l.iw* or call on F.' McNEW", 1822 10th at. n.w.; at home Alter 4 30 p m. if WAXrtD-A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE. NO children, deaire the care o a furmahed honae for the aunimei Very beet reference* tiven. Adtlrvea Box 5. star office. *4*-3t* VV^XTED-HOL'SES, LARGE AXD SMALL TO TT rent to ctutotuera, aa we have more call* for hooaea than we can auprly. Owners will do we 1 to Place their houaea in our liauda. HERRoN A K A M L V, 1307 F at. n.w. Ie2-lm WANTED-msCELLANEOUa WANTED?F1F1Y PAIR.S PIGEONS; PREFER mated <jiiex; uo colon bat while and red. Addre** ? "TStar office. 11* WANTED?TO RENT TO A FAMILY witholt TT cblldren. a auiall fnrnlshed house lor the Hummer, relt-rencea. Addreaa box 55. Btar office. Jell-'.'t* VV' ASTED-Tll BURROW?<4^000~ ~AT~FI\ E PER TT cent, loun time, ou pro|?rty near Du; ont Cinle, in nortliweat portion of the city, which nol 1 recently for SK000 ca>h. hotiae rent* lor $45 a month. Ad dres* borrower, star othce. jeu-ot W AXTED-A FEW HUNDRED OCXCES OF"6i7 told and old ailver; full caah price* paid by 8. DES1Q, Je9-7t* 439 8th at n.w.. Room 4. WANTED?PENNSYLVANIA CRUSHED COKE! ai>ecial price* for a few day*; 2.? bushel* $2.50; larwr load* fn proportion. A. R. WILLIAMS A C 615 7th *t n.w.. and N. J. ave. and D at n w. je8-lit VVAXTED-IT KXOWX THAT J. G. REI>1XGER. TT IX ADDITION TO HIS OLD PLACE, ha* opened an Ice Cream Saloon and Fancy Cake Bakery at 1018 18th at. u. w. Ice Cream $1.50 per talion. 7.V. half gallon^ my!5-lm WANTED?TO BUY FOR CASH. SECONDHAND furniture. et.,ven, caroetn. feather-bed*; old booka In teueral, household tooda in large or atnall quantltlca. Addrea* Box 16. 8ur office. Je7-lm* WANTED?PERSON8 WISHING LESSONS AT h in* dunuK "uniiner in Peuianualup, 1'honovra phy.Jmd Bookkeepinv, to address J*s. COliltllKIN, 91~ lat at. n.w.. or at Capitol card atuid. Jtl-lm* w AXTED-t'LOTHING EXCHANGE. wfikTBT; TT ?lW. Highest Cio'h pricea paid for ladiea" and ttntlemeU'* cast oil Clothing. Send ix.stal or call. Jej-lm* WANTED?WELLS DUG. BORED. AND DrTVexT All kiuda df well work done in moat skilllul man ner. Purnpa mad^ to work ea*y. Puinps *nd pump stock furniabed. Terma moderate. ?1lH. MoFFAT, 323 8th at. n.e. my3-2m* ANTED-TRY OUR BUTTERIXE AT 20 CENTS per pound; dou'ttet atronK or rancid; k~ep* bet ter than butter; aatialaction aasured (all the year round) or money refunded. "W. <i" H lb. print* of , pure creamery Butter (direct from the creamery) at 35 rent* per pound is not excelled at higher price*. 461 G ?t n. w.; open all day. Mali or t-iephone order* de llverea at ^iouae promptly. X.B.?Xo connection vhkWTir with any market stall*. my3-37t* WM. C SCRIBXER. WAXTED - PARLOR FURNITURE UPHOL stered. Mattresaee made over in fl rat-das* sty le. helerencea furnished aa to workniauahip. Work doue at reaidencea. Addreaa C. MELsoN, 514 10th at n.w. mhl2-14<r* Wa1,TED-GOOD 8ECOXD-HAXD CLOTHING. IT tuna, revolvers, old gold and ailver, for which harhest cash price* will be paid. Call or addrvns 1 LAfcEEY'S Loan Office, 201 PenmaTe., corner 2d at n.w. my20-ly i \v AXTED?STEAM CARPET I'LrANIX'G; CAR TT peta stored; inattreaaea and furniture reuphol aterea. 616 La. av*. A. H. CHACE A BRO. Telephone. 115-6 my26-lm WANTED?FOR CASH?FURNITURE. FEATHER TT Beda.C?rpeta, Mtovea, or wiOiw Hon aa hold El ftct& AddlM my24 H. BAUM. 219 7th at a.w. \V AX TED-D AX I EL J. MOFFAT. 414 4K BT. TT *.w.. Well*; Pompa fnrtiiahed. well work of all kinda doo*. akilled workmen employed; prompt at tention; pncea moderate; driven well* a apecialty. my 14-lm* VH7 ANTED?IT KXOWX THAT FRESH ALDER TV ney Butter 1a churned every morning and de livered in H lb. "WnrtT prlata, 40a par lb aUo Cot taire Cheeee and Buttermilk. Sweet Milk 5c. per quart. my8 ? WAX TED-HORSES TO PASTURE; EEKPING horeaa a apecialty; box-etaila; j?ddock* attar bed, farm ou 7th at road, I mllea from aty. ap!6-2m* O. H. P. CLARK. Bllgo, Md. WAXTED-STEAM CABPRT CLBaMIXO AXD TT Reaoratlag Worka, Feather* Renovated. Mat treeeea Made Orer, Furniture Steamed, and Motlia De atroyed. F. H-XOUXGS, Office 14U2 Pa. ava.. Factor, oor. 5th and iT Ma. ae. Telephotte 01t>-2 or 1008-2. apll-Kat, WAXTKD-IT KXOWX THAT C. & BUKDY, OF 458 Louiaiana ave.,(OBVoaite CUty Hallv la0a?*a of Deed* iurail uia wutea aau lerntoriea. ol? SUBURBAN PROPERTY. lOSCLFXX, No aubnrti <4 Waaktegtoa cap bagla to oompw* with this for elevated aad matntfti^nTTlewa. health fulneaa, and low pricee. Beotember the Government ' " are money in beaottfytag tkia tksa aU per toot T-g- 8>fFHEM) AOO^latlFet )rt-lm WANTED?STTTATTON5*. 1 W*N I"ED?BY A Vol N?t GIRL POSITMN Ah! Huulm* laipnTiu family , *oud be willti ? I tv rj la the muir;. Pln?? addnwa >. V. -Wi offlc* It* j w \VAXTEO-A FKIMI v" tiou u lady *a tuvd or rot ~ country.beat n?m ANTED-BV TWO WHITE OIRL8. MTU-1 tioaa. ..Be m ctoxbwiuu . >kJ ?M *M wuirr *a ktmttmM *.. 1 >hM i'U thi.dnu *J-iur to travel; wra recommended- Aii'l ?' VlOil ?? a I w. 1* . H olRL WARTS SIT I A , or . tuaubwoikl, to Jnwl ?* to t ? country , W raiereuoaa AiUrm Box 110 '>?r ?a.*. >?ia-3f \V ANTED?AT KUDgCUTEM- FoMTlORi v* tor Cook*. Chamf*nutiK Waltree^ Laundree* Snui'inu. Men * aiter^C.*>k? IWH?? Intler*. ?AKX A. OOOMhs 1 M. a.w. Jellf-A** | WAN 1 ED-BT A KEUfBCTABL K *HIT|Ol*L, , 1" lDtprit>u(tBil).l',AiiWB aa uutm ch.ii.bar maid, or to do *?nerai h ill", work A,1d ?? L r . Mat oft?? or apply .1.4 VcLui ?r? aw It* W* AN l ED?HY A KIM'M UVl.1 WOMAN. A, " aituauoo a* &r>t ciaar ro- k ui a prmu fan. Ik, food r*Ietvncea. Addreae Boa 7V. Star oAoa It* W AN 1ED?M 11 kTION ?X)R l?il COLORED v? ho>% two ?hlto <nr .a for i|ni<n. nun aud?U? ! for eouutry, *ett a>l white woman ur rvarri! work. . two brat-clan* Colored nurwa. CS11 for three d-ira , Dl N ORE > Co.. 71" Mat, a w. If W ANTED-BY A ?*ivt H\>. A tlTt'ATlUN AH " buil'T or valet In a | n<ur tamil) . an al?*.k I differ at l*njcua?r<* (rood relerancM. Addr<*e -* I l?fc. 1 8tar office. Jell .t* ; U'AVTHI- H <!\t- WHO IM'IKMIM'" tv buwi'M. tHok-keetmir. account. *?.! write. a lair I hand, a position aa clerk In ai > capacil) . the !>??? **t NHMCt (tmJkWrai O Vt Vt Mtar ?Acr >-l l-'.'t* \V ANTED?Vol'NO M k \ l! MK1N , 1U L kh\ *v tt.e l> i*ma*e want* >l. eimountil from lal It* ? with a Lrrutfinat of the City Una?itli|ui?:.t> I u neteeu <aaut* to en r Oo.le** ol 1 barui*. > tloafa... Addrvaa J. N. K. Star office )rl 1 ?;<?* WAKTUI-IV A vol SO olKM* s UDt 11 apeakitnt a bn<- htirh man. ? - tua to *? Tr?? aluur t'oinrauion iroiiitc to tivrmauy . d p'frn'tHia I i'ic***-aUdr?-!?- M.K^Marolttc . Jell-2l* W AXTKD Hi' AMMl.t.lll. hl\,. \U\ k " ivaiti't> inc<vri?i<oud*'Ut> 'ttiiw. U?t of iafri ?lice*. Ad<li?a? B. s>. A . Mar < th>*. >11 at* \\'ANTKI>-Bk A hi >l'Kt-l ABLK. W HI 11. (HI.U t* a situat on a* o.iaaj." imaid or *?itrw li?wl <*t ; rafm-rucaa U r^ iirra. A.i .im HI Vi i.l N? L >'?r olt?. _ _ 1,11 U'AXnil-K!ll AI ' SN >1 K .1 (IIIMB.K " manto. al?> mull guiwt, lad;**' n.atdn, ui*-n ; co.'k*. ddvH.a, wtiteia, bouacmrr.. farui u.nua.-- r. & I ci(K>, coUUtr>. and roaui (a. k M BIKMikM. i- lo j ea-'? at. U.w. jrfktt* \V ANTED - DICK'S AUENCT FoK t m Ks. " miP- winma latituirra*. acwniatrvMa. nur?r?. valrn lot travfiimr. wait?ra,co?'tin>ru MidUoarionl r lanuij and ra*orta Ai.cny rattuanoaa bl37thfi u ] w. K*-t** : \v as rFi>?sitViTion Iton all uxiw o? ? ?? tiratclaaa aarranta. Ir** to eu;iioyrt*. at the stpxeua i mi loVluaut Bureau. 4'> ll'.U ?t u w . alao. iaun-liy at cinap rata*; collar* and cuSa. IS' aalii i ainrta. loc jrti.Jt* \\*ANTED?A OENTL1 MAS. NATIVE Oi uU " II any. toar year* a ?tud? nt ot th- claaaica at Bar llu I'mversity. A. ki. ot HarvarM. with auto-a Jul aa l*neii e. dasirpa an runti lucnt aa tutor or traTalliuf rouii ajlon. Kef?r* to Prof Von Ur nih^lix, Berliu | Lev. Kiw. E. llaia, Ko\bur*. Ma?? . I To; WTW Oood win. ( aiobrt We and otnera. Addre*fOt 4U Mt. Au bum at.. Camtjildrre, Maa*. )?-. tn.a.tu-3f \\TANTID-A neKlNED LADY t'F tol'li Y EAlW " ilaairaa a bituaiMU lor tba auu.uier aa |ruv?ruc*a or iomi*uiou; la ?mtuv to travel, irfar > c>'?a <XkUau?n>d. Addrva* UlMil.A U . Poiuonkay, | Md. \V ANTED?A TOCNO MAX WOCLD UK k. ?1T r" uaUon aa ?erv nt or attandant to lnr*.td or **r*o .ni.au . ui> b.m-ttoo tir tiavrl. Audraaa A. 1 KLO tiNULLL. lyao Bib at. n.W. JatJ-Of COUNTRY BOARD. WAS 1 ED?BUAhDLUs WInMISO A DEMKaBLE " ccuDti y Louie near the c.ty. uf cm\ koim. emu be * ti?miuri:y iccvinBiodMt<t special trnn# t<< Kjt lour or ul other boarder*. Adui t*** boa 40, bur office. It* C'OIMJLV BO HD COLD IN>1 NT FARMTv?V J near Ktatiou. ue? h u?f. IukIi. brwenv. nUa i**d rn uiids. with beauurui view?. ? u:^, ccld ?}?rtuir w .tar. j.*r?*-y ui? k ?ua butter; cuu.k? fruit, aud ic* Avidr?u? Bo& ;t0. Cliltou Slailoli. hi lai ('??unty, Ya. jaltf-ao'Ja* Spuxa kink orrcM rnwi < usi mo^kd luivt*rooiutt. fruit, ic, milk iu i rotuiu??ii, Ac. Term* i*r week. Trains met daily. HHerem? gtrhiniriil AddreKH si iilNit I.aNK, Aleaaodna. \ a : - A FtM> 1 i CLAKn 1 I." ? AN HI. M A couiDiudatfd at the W indsor Mautioti. near bu?rar L^at M^uniaiik. Fr^uerxk v ouuty . pure air mud w?u?r . h, *de; iro d l> -arvl Adui-^**? Mrw. C. ?. C. lib NL'KY, (Jrteua. Md. Jell-Sc* ^rsnn k iu>\hd can bk had at i.j i^co^al (jhinalf 11:??txtut>* huildi'ttr W ju< be-tcr, V a., at ivn ?ouabia rates, ruonis larire. pretty location and Krouudn . society e*kvil?lit; churcU^a uLjdl deitouiiua tioua. Aild'HBs V. MAlilLL bMiiH. ViuoJiwUr. V* or call at l*Jtlo Q ?t. u.w.. ai*er 4 o'clock p.m. jell-Ot* AH A tA )AKl>k HS i AN BI C\)MI i ??. I kHi \ N comuuKlated at l.<?u?t Hill, pieuty of aha .a. ire, 1 ruit K"?*d tat-le, hiuhII ? hudreu reiuaed. Fur reter eucaapply to 12 h?*a t ircle, or 1216 Oat l w. a BOND. Hatertord. La . < .U m29.?8>114t NhEl HULL ( \N ACCOMMODATETHKKTT V^ftva Ix-ard- ia. locatiou, lanre r?M.uua. Hprmr licda. Iruit, ice aud uiilk : U rma $ .5 pv>r tucutb. reler eucen i-it hau^re i. Adtiterttt 1 li ill.-5t>fc.o CUAMfal.lN, liK111111 Hi. La '1 louil V- !iDt>. Va. j !' s ? Oik 11 1 L. Si 1 I'M i I> IN II 1 Mil tul sectiou ol Li'Ud uu laiire rooius. plenty of Hh&tie k-< aud uulfc . auuwt. i"#t vthct aud cliurclit* iu malkiL?r dutaoo* JNO hiMPKON.Nortb tork Va.l#-U# CLAOI.TT MANfdoN. NI.Ah MLVKK 8PKINO Maiiou, M?-t. B:^u? li B. k o H. h., i?* now o|>enfor huiumer buanlern. i'l n y of uiilk. (ruit aud slia ie. Addr?-aa M)>a \L ?. ANoLL. Cla^rett Maaaion. I'.rvhU wood, D. C J W-3t* ^UMMIKBOARD CAN BK HAD ATCM1M 1 K? (irov?- Ftnu . flue lawu and aL>?de. f rt*ah v tretabl* a lruita. nd i.ilk. l."> iuiuui< a' dnv> lr? m d pot. Ad Mia. E. O 1 I'M > I oN, Kocknlla, .\l pot. Ad X M*~at* I;OB GOOD, QUIET COLNihV bOAHi> Apply to H M. IIOOE, IMP I iii'M h*. I,ju.i-aiu c \a MK8T~CLKstt BOARD? AN Bl HAD IN LuCDoCK C uuty. Va, near Let*burg. Va. Ue.iliki> location, aplend.d tisbin^, huuti n and boatintr For t?riUH apply to Mha. C. O. 01Di>INott, Ooiwaville, l>>u?l uu County, \ a GOOD BoAllD A1 ''LLM bf BTNO" FAB to. UN rai.rond. near hU?'i?n. two daily mailn. b autilul aiia?iy laau. fine njoiinUin aeanery . iro'-d water, t<-a. milk .fre??b taoiea and fruit. MKt. I. I) MILIOX, Curkaa oap. Loudouu Couuty, Va >eH-0t BClu.i NDV HODWt?TWO MILES FBOM iUCX andria lalrinx t o.?laiv? bouaa. hi?rb. abady; l*wu. ?-e an 1 uaik trama met to ?? aahimrton tauaa day; $?> and $fi a wack Aoare?B BLhoL .NDV Hot ^L. AfenadtiA vTa. |t7-Sw* Board at balpike utatiok. hit. branch B & O. K. K., lino shade and lawu; fi^sb v?^reubiea and fruit; home coiulorta. tcriua raaaonablt, latfra and airy rooma Addreat* i^ara Po8iliAblLli. iiaiilue btatfoii* or 1323 H a v. u.w. elOUNlKV BOABD-1 AKM MOUttK, HALF MILE /from Cimrir*tta station in viaw of Oapiand. pu-v Mtar water (rou: the mountain. Ad ir*?a D. kL OROV'E. ClaKKetU. Vta?ii. Co. kid. P. 8. open June 15. >e4-aW WANTED - TWENTY 81MMER BOARD ERA. ft healthy location, plenty of ahade, 1 mile from railroad, irood water, terinn reaaouable. For particu larn. addie.-s h. W. K.MiL, Hamilton, Va. je4-Ht* **g WMFOKT RETREAT.- FIRST-CLASS POPP lar summer reaort in tba mount inr> <>f M ary land (near Harper's Kerry), advanta#r< n tin? iceiied W.M.CLABK,KeepTr>'at, va aainuKtou Co . Mii.^ Mfl'HE OAK8," EOCKVILLE, B AND 11 kL VL> M iormerly kept by Mra. \ i- ia, no? o(?u table aupplitttl with tnu beat; ten ui uuto?' walk irom ata* tiou. Reference required. Tcriua moderate. jel-lni* Mra. COKYELL. \Y Ll KKK HoCnE, Al C AKLIN hi'Hi NOH, VA f ? now oj>en tor summer Boanler^, nea houae and new beds; terms resaouable. h RED. WLLkl.K, pro prietor. via 1 .alley's X Road*. Va. iu>:i0-3a* ?ucau>t board and good iaocom mo jdatioLs lor a liiuited number of adulto ?ud < bil aren. from June to \>ctober. can be had on a farm favorably aituated in Mout^romery Co.. kid. Bet ere i cea given and required, l or terms. Ac., aidr<a* Mias b. P. t 111^ v\ ELL, 1 oolesville, Moni?om?*ry Co., Md. ?yO*2w pp:rsonal. 1 WILL PAY I.lBhKALLY FuK A OQ\LUNMKNT l>oaUiou. Adtirva* NAVY, >tar office. ll'H A^m MOM PROFESSIONAL MAM WHO 8PEAKS Frei.cb and in ruiiu., and baa pMed conaidrrablr time abroad. d>-aire* to In a*' tba atMuainia re ut a i lady or in-iiileman familial wltn oik* or botb tb?- iau KUatce- mt iitioned. ObJ-sct. practice in apeaku.ir and i i .-ft* utienr^e. Addivaa Box 1 l'J. btar odl<-?. 11 Cn L L??Ji ?LET! Ut BKCLIYeL. BUT TWO] /% Ind^naiu- to at *. uy>ou. Pi. aae write at otioe. mv- ] tiir particular* aa tar aa you cao. **-**? WTANTED?INIOLMaTIuN* COSCERSInCI MT ,, dauabt*-r. M AMI E TUuHAs (Allured). 13 v-ar, old. wbo baa not be?u ??u at home ainoe Monday. Jui.e4ib. Bbort Lair, and atwr* atraw hat. tum*d up bvbiud. trimiued in r?-d nbbou witb pearl bucUa. liyht colorvd aud *lnrhL Auureaa JltN J 111 oil an. II Hope in., briwucn l'.'iu and l.UL ata aa jeb-at* uHtTHIMTcOOL. DRUbY. AND SLHVICtABLE for buiumer. < ur gvuiiln* Luallab s- nr>- Bulta oi.if ?il. All color* ?Tlaruiu*d >Tn-\?BClv?.>.U t BoN. klauufacturUHt CloUucr*aud Tailor*. 1112 1 at u.w. JeB-lta frja 1>I?KKKJl*T stiles OF HCDDEJUtfield Uv All-Wool Cbevu.ta. bult to onV- tor S14 4U. 1 tuna #4.40. Fitauarautied. bl KASBl HUlK * BoN. ilaiiulactuiuitf CluUiK-r* and lallora, 1112 F at. u.w. leH-lui flVJ COMPOSERS OF MUSIC _ MANUSCRIPT* J. corree'edand prrparad lor nubllcatlou. ootnp?*t ttoua wntUfU out on Lear n* them tuna or playad. Addma EXPEhTL?tar ofli e^ Jeb-ut* IjlllA REWARD FOR INFORMATION MBCCR glvv in* thr ftnal ooutmUoc of the party wao broke into and d*xuax?d my houae, on tb< conduit roao, near Drover'* Real. JOHN HOOVER. IVi-l New Jeraey ava u.w. m>17-lm* W M.WILLIAMS, GEO.W. MrELFREsk. AUTHOR t T umfmaic Detective Ajt'-ucy. GommuuioaUou promptly attended Vo *ud atncuy oouhdrntuu. office oi?u all hour*. Ik. WILLIAMS. Manaavi, M-'ti F nw. ltiy 4-2m* JVSTH'B OLD STAND 18 THE~ONLY PLACE where ftrat-claaa Second-Band Clotblnc can be *oid at raepectable peicea. Addreaa or call at 6IW D at. n.w. ayl-Ua LOST AND FOUND. LOST-LaBT FRIDAY'. A WHITE BL'LLOCE mark on rump and middle of back. Suitable r? wa .1 will be paid If returned to Qui. DOkALDBON. 1S30 7th at. a.w. It* LOST?ON MONDAT. JUNE 1L 1888. A BLACK and lau Oyp Puppy, wtthcromi eut, bavins col lar with owner', name eucraved thereon Liberal re ward tf returned to DR. H. L R. JOHNSON, 1400 L at. n.w. It* LOST-A PACK AO E OF PAPERS IN OOINO lrom 7th aud E to 14th aud E u w ot no oar ex cent to owner. Reward tf Mi at P. & WILSON" a. LOST-A SMALL SQUIRREL. WITH ONE CXJP ped ear. la the Cai iiol rroaada, oa Wodaaadai eve: ln& June 8. The nuoer will receive a liberal re ward b> returninw It to 411 N. t. are. u.w. _Jal2-3k* LOST - ON 1HUKRDAT. PROBABLY IN THE Center Market, a pair of abed eyiwlaaac with cold iimn and pn>. Pteaae return to 1017 Connecticut avenue and rrcelva wit MX-itl* J^OST-Ll.r l~ 3% BENCH IN FAERAOUT | _ Sijuara^Maadarjvaci'iu?.^aw4ie-w?u< caaa^.ith ?Hm?at S 10*11 th ?. a.w. f OST - ON SATCkbAT EVENING IN THE FOR RFNT-"ROOMS. l?* eent-ijib t ?t? xta m?KM^ ? *Nr* h?ot ?iur't ee l.art 'L-r, itsS xsSitlSSs^^Si FaagMS afea1"*"' ***?,! Lvk EKs 5 ??? * aVb. ??_ TWO I ? r lu-u abed r. mac ??> n.1 A ?- iiiiurn ia i ? m ?t. n i fl -or Buiffi tM*.** ioojiM-ii. #10fr awiifc jfii 3t? K9?- yxT-Tj|%K>: oiirvii?Ti?w 11> i^om. ? third floor. eoutb froBt. rwl too rr.V N(> ),4 BlW. lt. F tSHfc^?*?Twc.. 111* Vi^uuit^uft1 tHnklu Vtet J*l* .11* RRtVT-lSOl 501 H ?T.. COfcRKR UAV H, r.U',b,*? ?**! * fliei?.M F foC b toT d#utuil flr?t Al*t , vtornfv, mi vyy| iim i ? !a,J'V?;T.'',".'1' W1U ??>?<?? Apply c h rici ?4 tMA >"l.if P?0? RIXT T?0~~1.*|;?1K . ITiHT ? >, KMiia lot .arl.t kauwiMi-ii^ or l.?Wiu? a... * email liooiu. k-i.t rtHuu?l.,< Wi kn jfi*i ??. ? w. j?? Lim hi m iNrinm \ n' i it'i 1 -.'J fl>>or. aul atuuM . uw M Cm. furtiUlm' elite larr* end m?i eppn m;n ureoi.e ? dl luJ ? i? n? 1 b'Hi? I'.' .t I Itli M i, ? XI* .If Jjok in Ki- i *? krniHuri ti.ut litkKtM. we I-fur iel *d lUvrnt. let and 2d floore !?> i?d wurn If MKto.in-4 loll M at a w. II* 1 K> M TO o*i. IH IIOMl UINTUHVI. r two Iurui*t*?st room*. *? parlor eat had.room. -<r bed-roouie, n? Iwm. rooiua AW, tin. wad lue ?wli*i. KIPiniiH. jiiisi (>* KIM Ft KM~UI.li U ISHkXllHtli t-'lm oil hvuimI floor, luitililr lor llabl bojar keepina. atUi >u. ball*. Uot ul .old at i^aal tith ?._li.w. |?1 l-?l? ?- k hint-?iih Botai> rri.M~H i J .nifvir. ai.ed (rout kmu on north vJi "f itrM VIS Eft B.W. h^>K I.IM II I MMi! IM ti.'M H>? 0 with board. near wer <t>4 Na?y Iv-.erti-aita %. M'-ul to I'm. (K>i>niiii>i.i hwrnuo ui tr..nt . w< nviuvni^aiwr'L INi':i Hit u w ). 11 ;lt' I,v>u KIN J 1 Alo.E Alkl IMlhM-hlU I ? 11111 11n*etihit Ihm a . ae. im4 u4 third fl > l.orth and eolith rA| o-u ? bollae verl Alltel API < et 113.' I' ?(. I a K I'tru oi V lilluml )>ll I l'OK KIM 11*1.*. i. RANT 1*1 Act TWi ? I A l.i. 1 I ?ir> ooaL -M fl^or r ?uw, ? IL two norlt w4 two ? u:li ?i-kIi'W. >u I f. ui liqprluMk rwi>ioi < r?t< l> or UV'tlirr. *u<l wilt or witLout tmnl J*11 4* but KiXI lilt Will M > ?,MVKim*v I u*wlv |*|a-r?l auJ i?Miit"d. with talk mu.l tunii?ti*il. i-?n |?.k Uit- loot*. ivut in Urrati1 J*t? It1 1>?K KLN I TWO UhuL CullHt Ml A 11 >11 K ?.vin,i. 011 nnt floor, liaut looartwta Aid waa kl?tltti?t uw. t>U WF LOl. hi M II I.M?HI ' 'K I Nil hN 1.11II r lollr Hootna ou M< 00J 01 ttilrj floor. ulillUr I * .mla ttou*tk?i>iu? . ail iu.k.an. oupi. ?aairL?t- 14 <? r at n^w. but U wtar 0BI04 l." ? KKM UtVKUL TUT I EMNA?|* ? Kooma. furtiiabnl at u jfuruiai>a4. aluatr or a? a?tta. on fir?t and aarocJ Aoora. at anniuMT ralaa. Br.t -Wa?a board raiairucaa . t. liaufad. oio c at t. a 3f FH>K KIM - HK.M?B[U^ibXM Ii alili .?Ui n?w l ouaai '*~c jplad liy oauai . auiall iamll> araij full'aulaWoa. auuiu.vr twiaa ia<-f?4r w r?A|mrad ltel 14tL at. cot Cokmthi av. y+t M* LX? KtM ?I N I rKMl?Mtl?-TilMLR~ LAK' I r la.r> ro^iia. aaeuuo floor. auttaU^ lot kvuMtwi'iia nortk auU a<>utk trout. 32V Cai lw )a4?-*t* L'UK Ki:NT-luil? MAbfl. AVE K W . 1 UJUU I A lttl Kuuiia Willi loai4 roonia Willi board <01 tw #?(! par uioutli. laua board at flit) par u.ontt to pMtlaa. JaUW |;ok UtWT-LAKUk. UUuU A1KT KO tit, W 11 H r 01 wtib- ut board, oBa a^uara from Capitol 1XU taat Oaidiol at >r4*^t' k.V'R lUAT-OXi LAl.Uk. FLtAKARl K >U? A khuI at jij. lurmab-vl vim two .oultat-Uac rvoinA tiurdatory. uuiuruuitad. 417 haw tortaaa itvii' L'uK ItKI-OOOU H.UHM ri ItMIIUi X rooiua. rii aulLr or alLai'- aitli flrat^-iaaa la aa l-oard. rriarmcaa. Apply it 1 |*sj Lat u w }au M' F<UC hl.M ? lol K IMIKMaHUi Kt>iMa a?V"tiil floor aiutabi* (or .nrhi ltouaak?aplu? in 4 arti liuprvv. u.alita . pnaata laibUJ . iw4a*wt.oa* 11 id 11^tli at. 11.w leM .lt' |ji H KI S I isin fill. M.w^oppJinK 1K*M r nil I'ark. cool. piaaaaLt M"? (or tba aiunu.ar ?itbout board . rvl?r~imaa ? k> laanaad. mi 1K a a * 1MK KI N I l.AktiL I'LI.AhA.M K< m M ~ Ml Mil I . or cu amtr. aootb front, onualta park a all 11a 1 I luioUuu raicrrocaa rirbanarrd traoaiaui ?u-?u. ConniotlatFil. Ill 1 at Li W 1*41 ll* Lxivkui o iiih m nV.Lakwi ru I aul 11out rooiu f uruiaiitnl. al.o auiail oBa adj . lur. aaruoil tl.?i c i.iral I <?u ii pnvaia (au . ? ; rnit loa i, 1-riiian?lyWtol j p .If L-UH ULkT-ITW H al. N wT^l hMk.lHi. r roolna. flrat ana aarollil lia? will Uortti a*J ? iil.*?; -ur ? a*itiara i W ?r an.t \>o ia panaiaota. trauaieiita a.. M iuiodat^l uijUi-im* ,H)K Kk.Nl-UK L. V 11 KMsHI L> K>H>Mn. AMI _ aio? lloiit tati.r oard. on raaa.iuabla taruia. a lih ? l.lih at., Juat uoith ol I n.nkliu I'ark Ita-atioii a 4 bouaa |U| auiuuixr uuaunwaaol. LI V IhiiM > >> HA LACK uiy-'? 3W KCN1 ?Ct<OL> DELIUHTri'I. Kt?"llS, ?t'lT iii^r pn.r?, *itb ^.r aitboiit i.>ard. I.'v' II at ?, a . nail uoor to Moruuri'a. raliramn, ala. aia la^_ Mil. ' I L'OK KI KT-4IKE XII1 VimMMltli K?hi*V M. u ar.-oud floor, wnb 0Jat<laaa board, rafarrnoa r?viuirvd. 1?1? > at n.w ni);'t lu' FOK HKNT <Jh'FICKg~ IX'K LLM-uir iCL Ko JMa'l> KLU.Ul.Vii 1WI? 1 at. u. W. Apply W GCALU HKOWN ft CO.. }eS-la 1121 rat. ? JX)K KENT?81XJRE8. IXIK hl.M A NTOKK AMI FlVk KUOIU A' r 1114 Tib at nw (or a luoulb la ad a an. a lu yuirr at tba Tailor Itum. JalK Vi* VVih KIM A VKKk l)|? llAKLE BKICK MToKC r aud darlllua, cor Votli and I aia . iraa and waU , t rtua Unalpralr to a llrat-rlaaa tauai t. AppiJ to iiJH a J llool 1.. I'.'.il IHd ?t.l?iil?rt.iini >11 St ? "??I. 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