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Socialists Hfndlni Pamphlet* Through out t hr Whole lirrman Umpire. Loudo*. Jane 6.?Private advices from Ber lin to the German revolutionary colony here h> that the socialists. with the aid of their se cret printing presses. have issued hundred* of thousands of leaves containing a report of the recert interview between the emperor and the delegation of miner* from the strikers in the Kj?m ii and Dortmund district*. Ia this leaflet the emperor i* represented as saving to the rimers that if the strikers allied themselves with the social democrats they would be shot down without mercy, as he regarded every so cial democrat a* an enemv to the empire. The leaflet* are sent through the post concealed in other literature, packed into cases of goods shipped from clothing and other manufactories, nailed on trees and fences undercover of night, and given circulation in a hundred other ways. The authorities so far are utterly at sea in their efforts to track down the principals, althongh suspicion attaches to two well-known demo cratic members of the German parliament. S1TTIXO HULL DYING. The Old War Chief a Victim of Pneu monia. Rosiptt) Aorscr, 8octh Dakota. June 6.? Sitting Bull, the Sioux war chief, is dying of pneumonia at standing Rock, and his death u momentarily expected. The news was brought here yesterday by a courier from Standing Bock, and caused much excitement among the 1* UUU Indians gathered at tiie council at Swift Bear's camp. THAT DIAMOND BELT. Jake Kilraln Hand* it Over to the Stakc-llolder. Xbw To**. June 6.?Jake Kilrain to-day handed over to Mr. Cridge. the stake-holder in the coming Rilrain-Sullivan prize-fight, the championship diamond belt, which is to go with the stakes to the winner of the fight. Kilrain will go into training next week, but will not is; where. The towing for choice of battle-ground takes place in Brooklyn on JuneR. EQUAL RKCOONITION. Resolutions Adopted by the American Home Missionary Society. Saratoga, June 6.?At the extra morning meeting of the American Home Missionary so cietv to decide the conditions on which the southern white churches that have rccentlv ap plied for congregational fellowship shall be aided by this society, after a very earnest dis cussion of the present and future relations be- i tween them and the Congregational churches < and associations already in that region, the members of which are mostly colored, the fol- ! lowing resolutions were unanimously adopted: I "In the full conviction that these churches are in accord with the principles of this society and with those held by the Congregational churches which it represents. That we heartily welcome them to fellowship with us in the gospel, we commend tb-ni to ;ne fraternal sympathy and prnvers of nil our people, and we request the officers of the society to extend them such financial aid ?? they may need as promptly as the state of its treasury shell permit. "That this society rejoices to learn that nn effort is being made to unite the Georgia Con gregational conference and the Georgia Con gregational a*?>ci.ttion on principles of eqn il recognition and fellowship of all the churches of each body, and trusts that such a I union will be accomplished." Great satisfaction w.?s expressed at the unan imous adoption of these resolutions, as at one time it was feared that there might be a serious split on the caste question. Secretary L. 1L Cobb, D. D. gave an account of the Aiuer.can Congregational union, the object of whicn is to assist in building churches ; and parsouages. Hi- said that the total receipts f >r the y? ar ended June 1. were 71 or more than sor the year before. The receipts tor the first five mouths of lss'j wire ?*>*. uno. or $ l UKN m ire Ihiiu lor the corres- i p Hiding months of l*ss. There were com pleted in the year ninety-nine houses of wor ship and fi!ty-two parsonages, or nineteen more buildups than in H"vt. There are out st Hiding pledges to sixty-nine churches for aid in building houses of worship or parsonages. > and money is in tiie treasury to meet these. There wis never a time when there was greater need of such work. A Hotel Destroyed by Fire. 8nv*nso* Poi*t, Wis., June 6.?The St. James hotel, near tie- Wisconsin Central depot, caught tire shortly after 8 o'clock last evening, and was totally destroyed with all its contents. Ibe night clerk, i I'arfes Oat ball, andtwooftho girls. .Magiric Re illy and one known as Nellie, are missing, and tht re is little doubt that all three lost their lives. The two first named were on the second floor when the tire started, and came down, but went back to secure their wearing apparel. All who escaped saved nothing but what they had on their persons. The station and adjacent buildings to tin- hotel were saved with hard work. A number of traveling men lost their baggage and samples. The loss is slj.OuO, with an insurance of clO, (AA). The Rank of Omaha Falls. Omaha. Neb., June 6.?The Bank of Omaha closed its d >ors yesterday. Tho liabilities are between 700.000 and ?70.000. with nominal as sets. The failure is attributed to bad loans and niumauagt incut. The "Tickers" to go Rack. New Y??kk. June 6.?It was learued yesterday that the conferences and meetings held by the governors of the stock exchange and the offi cials of the Western Union telegraph company resulted in arrangements whereby the ''ticker" service will be resumed to-day. The stock ex change policy has virtually forced the Com mercial telegram company and the Gold and Stock companv together. The monthly rental of each ? ticker" of the latter company has been raised from f 10 to 425. and they will ba leased ouly to members of the exchange or those whom they indorse. The hotels and other resorts get commercial ??tickers,'' with the information a certain number of minutes behind the gold and stock tickers. It is now believed business in Wall street will take a fresh start and develop a stronger market. They Control all the White Lead. Chicago. June 6.?A dispatch from St. Louis, Mo., says: The National white lead trust suc ceeded yesterday in purchasing the plant of the Collier white lead company an l the South ern white lea I comnany for a consideration of $?.5<J0.0uu. This is a great victory for the Standard oil people, and they now control ab solutely the output of white lead in Amt-nctw Found Murdered In Her Red. BtrntLs. June &?The Marchioness de Chaeteler. belonging to one of the oldest of the noble families of Belgium, was found mur dered in her bed at her resideuce. Chateau Moal Baix. at Mons. this morniug. The crime has created great excitement. Later dispatches from Mons show that the Marchioness de Chasteler was shot through the heart. The bullet was fired through the bed room window. The assassin is supposed to be some former tenant of the mnrciiiones* who had become enraged because his request for a reduction of rent had been ref used. OalTeston's Semi-Centennial. Galvkstos, June 6.?The semi-centennial celebration opened Tuesday with about 600 regular troops from G?n. Stanley's command at San Antonio and eight companies of state militia, inclnding the Walsh Zouaves, of St. | Louis; the Hale Zouaves, of Kansas City; the Merchant Zouavts. of Memphis; the Hermitage Guards. of Nashville, and the McCarthy Guards, of Little Bock, as interstate competitors. The drilliug for the interstate prizes commenced yesterdav. The first prize is *3.000 in cash, ibe total value of the prizes is %20,000. A Negro Horse Thief Shot. Chicaoo. June 6. -A dispatch from Ptrrcell, L T.. savs: For a week several deputy marshals of Purcell have been on the trail of Cornelius Walker, the notorious negro horse 4bief of In dian territory. Yesterday the marshals cor ralled Walker in a negro hut thirty miles west of Paul's valley, in the Chickasaw Nation. Upon going to the door Deputy 'Marshal Wil liams was belli up by Kobert and Clem, frank lin. while Walker shot him and instantly killed him. Walker waa instantly shot by Ibe other marshals and the Franklin brothers ware ar rested and brought to Paul's Valley station, where they were chained until taken to Paris, Tex., for trial. m She Skot Two Men. SHrLBTTtLL*. I .id., June 6.?Mrs. Mollie Cor wiu. who last week obtained a divorce from her seventh husband, whom she had married twice, . distiug lis tied herself agaiu on Tuesday night, but this time in another manner. She shot George Parmer, badlv wounding him, and fatally shot his son William. The meu tried to Cs sdaiittanc* to the woman's house against DR. CKOMN'S PAPERS. They Will be Presented to the .Jury? A Fruitful Field for Investigation. Chicago. June ?.-The Tribune this morning says that some rich developments were brought ont at the conference yesterday afternoon and evening in Coroner Herts' office. Danker Smith ? books were examined with a view of tracing the source and disposition of the large ?urns, said to be #$5,000. that came into the hands of Alexander Sullivan in 1881 The Dart?/ rnt ,partlT ,n 'P^nl-'tlon and partly in personal expends. Sullivan went abroad soon after it was spent, and it was there j i^T*, *100.000 additional, which was turn! r * ^ tor Purposes of specula iSj.Cri?nia'9 P?Per" be presented to the ^ where the #100,000 came 3?1,1.Trer of the lri,,h revolntionarv ?h? ?. t,me in Pari"- Sullivan, sb *100 00? gTh ' 7eDt to thi.8 T" and demanded *100.000 1 he treasurer had no* this amount of secret society funds. He was at the time ol ?the.r fun<1". however. The trus Kn?l Jt ,if nds were nearly all in jail in Ire land at the time. Only one was out of jail. He was a revolutionist of the extreme tvpe. He is said to have organize.! the Phoenix park murders, or to have assisted in that vile crime. in!??^IT1irlCt11 tr;a?Ble man made his acquaint ?prni??i m cfd hlm *? bring pressure on the revolutionary treasurer to borrow from his ">ake up the * 100.0(H). The money banket Th ?** 'A* throu?h a Paris banket That was proved yesterdav. Dr Cronin s papers will be read to-day in corrobol abstract ofT",* th? papers- U U ?aid, is an f .U l!f KBtlmony presented by the '-No 1 " ?iL V* nl* ?ark n,Qrderers. showing that th? *""",ur*r "? "7? WH8 comPelled to give up the money to the Chicago triaigle man. THE EFFECT OF THE PRE8EXTATIOX of these papers, it is said, will be to blast the career of a hitherto prominent Irish-American, not* resident of Chicago, and it is feared that the expose may also do much damage to the Irish home-iule movem. mt. The other papers of Croninwill further show that the Chicago tri angle during the six or seven vcars of th?ir ta l ?350.000 of secret society Tunas. Tlie local treasurer of the Clan-na Uael will testify as to the disposition of cer tain local funds. It is probable that Larry Buckley in his own defense will seek to go oil the stand. The accusations made against him yesterday are most serious. Not onlv has he himself been a violent denouncer of Dr. Cronin but all his friends, Jordan. Mosh, Biggs Ac nave been so. His credentials to Le Caron' his speeches against Cronin. his chairman-hip of the committee that "tried"' Cronin, Ac . all ne-^ a ?rt Uy exhaustive explanation. rhe lrthuiie. continuing, says the committee of the tronin ??trial" consisted of Larrv Duck Jev, thenan election commissioner's deputy Frank .Murray, a bartender and saloon-keener' n.0!rl.rcJi.,u ^ at ?maha; John O'Malley. a clerk at the t hicago-avenue police court about that time; Henry LeCaron. alias Beach, the British spy; Dan Coughlin, the ex-detective, cow charged with the murder of Dr. Cronin There was a sixth member, but tho Tribunes inform ant could not place him. The charges were preferred by one Dan Brown, a policeman on the police force appointed through the tri angle s influence. Ihis list will furnish wit nesses for the coroner. A fruitful field of investigation will thus be opened up. THEY PLEADED "SOT OGILTY." P. O. Sullivan. Coughlin and Woodruff were arraigned before Judge Williamson yesterday morning on the indictment found last Satur day. which was an amendment of the first one found, the change being the addition of the ,?r",7. others unknown" to the names of the three men, All pleaded "not guilt}'." DR. CnoXIN'g FBIEND3' THEORY CON FIRMED. T he Inter-Ocenn, in an editorial this morning. *ays; The testimony of Mr. Byron L. Smith before the coroner's jury yesterday was de cidedly confirmatory of the theorv of Dr Cronin s friends as to where the money came from that Alexander Sullivan lost in specu iinln??!n * ? lh,7r theoT is that the 1100 000 came from Patrick Egan, who was treasurer of the land league, after he sailed to """?. Ahey "'at Alexander Sullivan went tol ans and remained there some time, much nf which he spent in close communication with tgan. A.ter lie left there, according to the testimony of Mr. Smith, who is receiver of the traders bank, as given yesterday, *100.000 were s< nt from Monroe A Co., bankers, of Paris to the Continental national bank of New York' slid, by the Continental forwarded to the Twders bank of this city, to be placed to the credit of Mr. Sullivan. EOAX MAY BE MIXED CP IX THE MATTER. Of course it is not impossible that the funds referred to may have been sent to Mr. Sullivan by some one else residing in Paris.but it seems improbable. It looks as though Mr. Eiran was going to be connected in an uncomfortable way with the affairs of Mr. Sullivan. People will now remember th:,t when Egan was here on his way to Washington he was rather face tious over tiie disappearance of Dr. Cronin and was sure that the doctor would "turn ui>" ^ entirely familiar nr! ? r ? eff"rrNIof i'r- Cronin to expose the im proper use ol Irish funds, and undoubtedly knew that there were people honing and be lieting that Dr. Cronin would never "turn ui> " Dr. ( rouiu was dead at the time Mr. Egan was truth''* Ut biJ Mr' ?h'-4n drewu oi llie A DIPLOMATIC SUGGESTION. President Harrison is a good lawyer and knows tlie force of testimony. It may become # question in his miud whether Mr. Eagan can be relieved of his diplomatic duties long enough to com home and explain. How would it do tor our government to request Minister Heed o cad on M- -*rs .Monroe A Co. for an explana non mrrg.irJ to the money furnished the Con national bank, of New York? The fact tj.it _,Ir. E <gan bears the commission of this government to a foreign power makes it im portant for the government to be assured that ii s h;tn?N are clean and his record without se rious i*tain. .l^'i M.r" Ea?nnN hands and record stand the close tcs, that innocent, honest men courts LCKE DILLON WOX't BE INTERVIEWED. Luke DiUon was seen at his hotel last even ing. "Mr. Dillon, what have you been doing this evening?" J,1, "?u l b? interviewed, but I have been talking to my lawyers. "Do you feel satisfied with the ease so far?" fee It iia t there is too much sensation not connected with the case. 1 ought not to ?ay that, though, for the reason ti.at I believe i , cat?'h the man who murdered Cronin i and that the evidence w ill develop it." i tr ,,t trIle tV,at.-votl eiPe^t papers' from De- I spy? * Up uut' m,4U au English willibc?t,MT,Wh,at 1 c,xpeot; bnt tha people ! will be astonished greatly, every one " | inJ ??U J j* dispatch from Detroit promis- 1 documents, have you not?" ?. 'hats that.' Say, don't interview me now wI'ii'hL Pn'Pare for the stand to-morrow. Ail wiil be a?touit>hed. Oood-tiight" THE CRONIIf INQUEST WAS HERCMED at 10:15 o'clock this morning. Wiilard J. Smith, the young man who was for a time susl -^f?0?b^C0',?b,in', friend from Michigan, v witness. Nothing new was de velop-d by nis testimony. One of the sensa r j ?.....uuut. uuo oi me sensa tions promised for the day is the introduction of the books of the firm of J. T. Lester A Co., containing the account of the dealings of Alexander Sullivan with the concern. Indians Signing the Treaty. Pierre, Dak., Juno 6.?An Indian runner ar rived at Fort Pierre yesterday forcnoou from Uoscbnd agency on his way to Cheyenne with word that the Indians at the agency had coui ^-uced to sign the treaty and that the commis sion would get them all. Fort Pierre is a hard j day's travel from llosebud and on the direct trail to Cheyenne, and runners were Sent from ltoscbud as soon as the result was known of the Indians' action there to inform all other agencies. From Wall Street To-day. New Yore, June 6, 11 a. m. The stock market this morning opened with the assistance of the tickers and there was seemingly a larger business done in the stocks of the regular list, though the dealings in the trust snares was agaiu vry large. First prices were generally higher than last evening's closing figures and tun ad.auces extended to %, Jersey Central showing the largest gain. St. 1'aul, Western Union. Atchison, and Uock Island took the lead in the transactions, though Chicago Gas. Union Pac ific, Louisville and Nashville, and | Northern Pacific preferred were not far be hind. There were some advances in the early trading, bat they were for small fractions only, and St. Paul, Uock Island, and Western Union were mo't conspicuous, the first named rising X per cent and the other X per cent The re mainder of the list was sluggish and the up ward movement soon came to an end, and prices receded slowly, some shares being car ried a shade below their opening figures. The movement was small, however, and the eoal stocks were exceptions, and Delaware and Hud son reached 11X There was a firm tone in the Utter portion of the honr, and at U o'clock the market was active and firm at but slight changes from the opening price*. tor OOmr Telegraphic Xtw Mm P*?u 1 and 0, SOCIAL MATTERS. What Well-known People are Doing? Personal Notes. Mr. and Mr*. George B. Loring, the former United State* minister to Portugal, left the city this morning for New York city. A number of prominent people of the city were at the railroad station to see them off and send rood wishes after them. Mr. and Mrs. Loring will remain in New 1 ork until Saturday, when they sail for Southampton. From there they go to London for a wit. and later they will arrive in Madrid, where they will reside. Mr. and Mrs. Loring will doubtless be very popular abroad, aa both are specially gifted in all social ways. Mrs. Hearst has returned from her visit In Virginia, where she encountered the detaining washout and the destructive flood, but happily escaped without personal injury. Senator and Mrs Evarts and Miss Evarts will close their K-street residence this week and leave the city for their summer horns in Wind sor, Tt Minister Roustan has returned from a week's visit at Pensacola, Fla., where he siw his brother, who is an officer on board a French man-of-war. Minister Roustan suffered the 5 # C*th ?' ^is mother two months ago. and for that reason has decided to give up his projected trip to France this summer. Baron and Baroness Rosen, of the Russian legation, will spend the greater portion of the summer in the city. Mrs. Chas. M. Ffoulke has sent her children to visit their grandmother in one of the pleas ant suburbs of Philadelphia, and she will join tliem in a few days. In July Mrs. Ffoulke will take her interesting family to Cape May. and in August Mr. Chas. M." Ffoulke, who is in Europe, will return to this country and will take his family for the autumn to Deer Park or Oakland. Mr. and Mrs. Ffoulke have taken the house they occupied last season, No. 2013 Massachusetts avenue, for another year, where they will reside until Mr. Ffoulke decides npon a site for building a house for his residence or selects a house ready built. John Cunningham Robertson, son of CoL Beverly H. Robertson, of this city, who took the (Ireek medal at the Unlversitv'of Virginia in 18S5. has be<-n appointed to a fellowship in the Johns Hopkins university for 188i>-!J0. Senator and Mrs. Butler and the Misses But ler will spend the season in Edgefield, 8. C. In the autumn they will visit Mr. August Belmont at Newport. Miss Pauline Whittlesey and Rev. Cornelius H. Patton, of Westfield, N. J., son of President Patton. of Howard university. were married yesterday at the home of the bride's parents in this citv. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Eliphalet Whittlesey, assisted by Rev. Wm. W. Patton. Cards are out for the wedding of Miss Inez Louise Kiernan to Mr. Thomas C. Chalmers. Thursday evening, June 20, at St. Johns church. Mrs. Catharine A. Bentley, of Baltimore, is visiting her niece, Mrs. Wm. O. Phillips, at Long Meadows. CoL B. F. Winger and family, of No. 1021 Connecticut aveuue, left to-day for Tavamenta snchta farm, near Oreencastle, Pa., wiiere they will spend the summer. Pr. and Mrs. Elmore A. Adams have issued invitations for the wedding reception of their daughter Bertie and Mr. Leon D. Oeneste, Wednesday evening from 8:30 until 10 o'clock, at 224 0th street southeast. Miss Minnie Clark and Mr. Joseph P. Smith were married last evening bv Rev. Dr. Meador at the home of the bride, 713 6th street north west. The parlors were decorated with a pro fuson of choice flowers, and the presents were very numerous and costly. A reception was held from 8 to 10, after which Mr. and Mrs. Smith left for their future home in Bridgeport, Conn. Miss L. Peachy Jones and Mr. John H. Flagg, of New York, well known in Washington, where he was journal clerk of the Senate for ten years, were married in Brooklvn last even 1 ?gV The ceremony took place in the Church of the Reformation in the presence of a large company of friends. The bride, who is con sidered one of Brooklyn's most beautiful bru nettes. wag attended by a maid of honor and lour bridesmaids, all wearing el-gant and be coming costumes. Mr. Fred. A. Flagg, brother of the groom, was best man. News has been received here that Mrs. Hal ford was able to reach Bedford from Altoona by wagon and will come to Washington from the first-named place by rail, arriving here this evening. In the same party is the family ?.?. ? W- S. Mellen, general manager of the \> isconsin Central railway, who were on their way to Europe, but lost all their baggage in the wrecked train. Mr. Mellen and family come out this way partly because it is the most expeditious exit, and partly to see a daughter, who is a pupil at Mrs. Somers' Mt. Vernon seminary, on M street. Mr. and Mrs. I red. W. Hall, who have been spending some days at Alton, the country home ot Mrs. Hall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Noyes. left this morning by the 11:20 train over the Baltimore and Ohio road, on the wav to their California home. They will visit the Yellow Stone park on their way. A large party of the friends ot ifr. and Mrs."IIall were at the Baltimore and Ohio station to see them off, with abundant good wishes for their haDDv future. T1IE TENNIS TOURNAMENT. Some Excellent Playing by Washington Men. The attendance at the tennis tournament of the Southern lawn tennis association yester day was quite large, and under the inspiration of the presence of ladies, the contestants played with more spirit than on the preceding day. The third round in the singles was com pleted, McCawley beating McLane by a score of 6. 2; 9, 7; and Woodward beating Hodge, the score being 6, 2; 6. 3. The final in the singles is to be played this afternoon by Messrs. Mc Cawley and Woodward. Mr. Post, who will play the winner of the singles, was pressnt yesterday, and played in the doubles, and also played an interesting ex hibition game with Mr. Beach. THE DOUBLES. The games in the doubles were played off, the scores being as follows : Preliminary round?Stevens and Herbert beat Wortman and Parks by default. First round?McLane and Pennington beat Menocal and partner by default. Post and Hodge beat Stevens and Herbert, 6. 3; 6, 3. Woodward and Menocal beat Walker and Good fellow. 3. 6; 6, 4. C. O. Beach and McCawley beat Britton and Wootten. 6. 2; 6, 3. Second round?Font and Hodge beat McLane and Pennington, 6. 0; 6. 3 Beach and McCaw ley beat Woodward and Menocal, 6. 8: 6. 3; 6, 3. The final round is scheduled tor to-da.v be tween Post and Hodge and Beach and McCaw ley. One of the best played games of the tourna ment thus far was the one between Woodward and Menocal, Bya^li and McCawley. Some of the plays were very fine, and the volloying was quite a feature. Assault Cases. Geo. Burns, a sailor employed on a steamer from Trinidad, was fined *5 in the Police Court to-day for an assault on Eben Gunther, cn that vessel, yesterday. Alfred Lane was charged with an assault on Oeorgia Bird on Monday night last. She tes tified that Lane, who rooms in her house, beat his wife and then assaulted witness, throwing a lighted lamp at her. Lane admitted that ne took the shade off the lamp and struck her after she had struck him. A fine of #10 or 30 davs was imposed. f'arl Leisolsky. for an assault on Jos. Reight, was fined tfi. Officers Welsh and Hess arrested Jas. Hicks yesterday for an assault on Jas. Olver on dec oration day. The men were on O street, be tween 27th and 28th streets, and had a quarrel over drinks, when Hicks, it is alleged, struck Oliver with ft stone, knocking him senseless and inflicting a wound which has since kept him at home. The officers have since been looking for Hicks, and, seeing him yesterday, gave cnase, and he ran into tlie Grant mansion, taking refuge in the third story, where he was captured. The defendant was committed this morning and the case continued. Mary Smith was arrested bv Officer Ellsworth last night. She is charged with assault on Marv Frazier on May 17 last, beating her so se verely that she is still confined in the Frced man'i hospital, and is in a precarious condition. Another Exposition Committee. The citizens' board of trade, of Toledo, Ohio, has appointed the following standing commit tee ou the three Americas exposition of 1893: John S. Kounts, president; John Farley, secre tary; L. 8. Baumgardner, George W. Davis and Noah H. Bwayne. The Pontoon Bridget for Johnstown. Secretary Proctor was informed to-day by Lieut Biddle by telegraph that he had reached Martinsburg this morning with the pontoon bridges from West Point Gen. Hastings has telegraphed from Johnstown that nothing is needed from the War department but the bridges, for which there is orgeat necessity. WANTED?HELP. w w Wantfd-an active man located out aid? Wsstatnatnn. ealsry 970 to #100 per mouth, to r-*prt*ant in hia locality an old bonse, relet exchanged. BlblNbUti Lock box 1610, 25. T. WANTED?A LABTS-M AID WITH GOOD REFEK encra. Arply between the bounof 7 and 9 p. m. to Miss BKOWK. ttl.? Kith st. n. w. Je6-2t* WAXTED-AN ENERGETIC GENTLEMAN TO 11 represent publisher in this city; Gr*nd-Army man preferred. >aiarv. $16 per week and bonus. Ad dress Box 134 Star office. It* \\TANTED?WOMEN COOKS, $10TO <40: CHAM M bermaid*. nurses and laundress***, in city or a way; waiters, driver* or larm hands; colored men rnoka, SAM LA. OOOMBK. Jt'_*6 F st. n.w. Je?.7t* A\TANTED?MEN AND WOMEN COOKS, $10 TO 11 $75. Chambermaid*. Laundresses. Driven. Whit* Bhirt Ironers. Gardener*. Farm mid Dsiry Men. Help of all kinds. DICK'S Arency. H13 7th st. n. v. Je6-2t* J ANTED?EXPERIENCED BOOKKI"El EE AD dresa. stating terms. Box 12. Star otto*. JeO-'^t /ANTED?EXPERIENCED WAIST AND SKIRT banda. at 905 Pennaylvanla avi. n. w. 1t* W ANTED?A RESPECTABLE WHITE BOY. 11 about ltiyearsof aire, to run errands mi make himaell useful in the store. Apply at 60S Htu at. n.w.* W ANTED-A GfMiD COOK: ALSO BoY ABOUT 11 eighteen for hcuscwork. Apply, after 5 oVl,x-k. at 220 New Jersey ave. n.w. Jett-3t* \V"an?ed-immkdiATELY. a good"barbfr. 11 Apply at MILLER'S harber Shop, Anacostis, D. C. JoO-3t* WANTED?10 CANVASSERS FOB A NEW PAT ented article; g;j to $5 a day made easily Ap ply to CADY, HENRY & CO., 533 5th tt a. e.. after C p. m. Je6-3t* J ANTED?OERMAN AND ENGLISH SPEAKING I bartender aud inixer. must be aimrle; for one of the best restaurants in the city; reference from last employer: at once. DICK'S AGENCY, 613 ?tli n.w.* Wanted-lady for positioiTbeodirtng 1T ahort bonrs; sali.ry to a tart, IS. after learning, $10 i>er week. Apply BUPT. wFFlOEH, 4 and ."> u|> btairs, 430 7th at. n. w., 10 a. n. It* \V ANTED AX APPRENTICE. APPLY TO W. L 11 SCHNEIDER, 222 East Capitol ?t If WANTED-A STEADY, RESPECTABLE COL li ored won.an to c ok. wash and iron; must stay nirhts, ?u i bring city n-t-reucea. Call belore uoou at l.">:!4 2Mb st., Georgetown. Je0-3t* W ANTED"- IMMEDIATELY - FEMALE HELP, 11 white and colored; hesduuartars lor cooks, wait era, laundresses, couebmen, notuseworken; positions promptly tilled; register lor work, write or cull for help. Eureka Employment Agency.HlO Fst.u.w Je j-3* VVANTED - IMMEDIATELY - EXPERIENCED II skirt and waist hand*; |>ermaiieut employment if am.able. Alao, two apprentices. Apply at 1SI4 13th at. n.w. Je.V3t* W AS I ED-AN ATTRACTIVE EE MAI.E STEN-' " o.rra; her. Sc;m1 l il. particulars ana description to P. o. H..X 206, Xoriolk, \a. Jeo-Gt J-ANTED-ACA! Itl M!E~AND WAGON PAINT EH A first-class workman and steady man ; do others w vv w w __ need apply to J. J. COOK, 3293 M at., >Vest Wash- | lUrftoii, Li. C. Je.*>-3t* ;ANTED~FoT h good DH1>8M\k rs Su ady Work. Apply at 1318 14th at n.w, j5-'?!t* ANTED - AX EXl'EKIl.NCED CLOTHING salesman. Cal! at .'.07 7th at. n.w. Jeft-Vit* \i/ANT D?AYOCNG MAN WITH - < ?U 3 YEARS' 11 exixrtence in the ilrUK business. Address . H \ 14 MAC1MT, blai'offlcfl. Je5-3t* WAN i ED?A BOY TO LEARN THE DRUG BU8I liesa i one with experience preferred; K'ye name, an Ireas and releieuces. Address PAREGORIC, star oillce. je.i-yt W ANTED ? W HITE AND COLORED LAUlT 11 dresses, caoks bouseWorker<. maids, butlers, fte. lltlp lor l'liilauelphia; also lor foreiirn leiratiou. Half tees every .-iiiturd.'iy diirtn* aummer, all who call early. UUitNHAM'ii, 910 Htn at. n.w. Jt4-5t* V?'AN1ED-A RESPECTABLE COLORED BOY, II uboui suvente li, .or houaework. Apply, with recommendations, at 712 13th at., in the inui'Li.iiK. je4-.lt* \? ANTED?A WHITE SERVANT GIRL FOR GEN T eral housewi#k. Apply 431 y at. n.w. Je4-3t* WT ANTED-HEU-SLVEltAL CHAMBERMAIDS II for Lontr Branch; houseworktrs lor clt>. and so ber men to namlle horaes. Applicaiions pr p..red lor Government iiositioiis?Cleras, Copyisia. CI 1 V IN TELLIGENCE OEITCE, <11 Gst. u^w. Jel-Ct*_ WANTED ? WHITE NIL-LS AT THE < HiL II dreii's Hoepital, 12th and W ata. n.w. Apply immediately^ my31-2w \VTANTED?MANAGER, ON SALARY $2,000 PER II year, to open branch ortv'e in your locality; busi ness purely men antde; one that Mill,lis, lie you vwtb pride, pleasure,and proht; trade estatmsned^ lio cau v.issingor i eddlilip; a rare o|>i ortuniiy. J. E. SiiEP AltD. 25 and 27 W. oih st., Cincinnati, uhio. iny24 NV Vr ANTr.D?L? ARNJKitS FOR I'BOF. CHhlsT M H*.-> New luteru itional lailor .^vsiein oi ?lid Garamit Cvlttnf Willi inch role and tape im a*ure i aioiie; lio scale*. a?.d Vlie only ?j steiu u-id inn im Ituw.'d upon sciMitilic taiiur i>riiicipies. hysiem taught t y Mine. H. J. Mil st.u.W. m>'l5-Xxil* WANTED - DUNDORE'S EMlLUiMEN 1~BU- I ll mo, coDducte<l by todiai. li.eii ind women, white and co.oxed, loi a.l kiialu ot doiucbtic iubwr, lor District aud states, witii reterexicea. VI? M at. n.w. luyll-lm* WAITED?SITUATION S. \v; rANTED-BY A BE^PECT ABLE COLORED Woman laundry work at her residence; the boat ol city releience will be in veil to all who Will patronize thia adveitisement. Address or call 1920 lOih st. n.w.* WT ANTED - AT HEADQUARTERS ? POSITIONS II ior cocks, ciiauib iniaid, waitress, laundre?s and nurses, t>< .Unstress. Men wniterH, cooks, coaa luueu. bu'iers. S.Vjl'L .V COO.MBi., U20 1' St. n.w. Je<i-7t* ANTED?GO TO DICK'S AGENCY FOR COOKS. II in uaenntnls, \>aitiuah, N urses. Iaundress, Coach men, Lui.ers, V\altera aid general housework. 013 \ Ui at. n.w. Also European nteamahip atfent. Jetl-2t* VV ANTED?BY A YOUNG W HITE MAN, WILLING II and ob.iviui,', I'lacu in (fro. eiy, or waiter in ice cream saloor, resiuuran*, or any business where he can mat.e hmiseu UscluL Address W. J. IL, star olhce, Jej-3* WANTED?SITUATIONS BY TWO WHITE GIKLS II : achiiulteiinaids or to do plain cooaintf. Apply 2?;21 L at. n.w., corner 23d at. It* Vl ASir.D-U? A MEDICAL STUDENT A PO->L 11 tion In a di u^ store; small salary. Box 130, fc;ar Oihce. ' W ANTED- KYA YOUNG MAN, 2 YEARS' EXl'ER II iai.ee, a aiiualion in a urutf store, b. at relirence. Can cad Monday. Address X. 1. Z. E., btar ouico. Jo0-3t* W ANTI D-BY A GOOD CKESSli UU lt'.bEW ING II bytheda.\ or week m puva le lamny. Addr. >s DULbtialAliEU, b;ui' oflice. It* VKT ANTED?A SET I LED WOMAN DESIRES A vv situ it loti to c oi foi a (.'o< (I la1.nly, no objection to the country; has r ferenca. Apply 1428 List.ee>.It* \kTANTED?11Y A COMPETENT AND RULIABI.E II Kill a situalioii as honacuiaui or waitress, or botu, in a u,si-cn.no it.iuily , beat city releienccs tS'ven Ad dress K. D. t., hlar oihce. jeti-2t* W*ANTED-A' SITUATION BY A MAN COOK II with ?ixleen years exisjrieuce. thirty-seven jcars old; a German. I can furnish Qrst-ciasa reterence. 221 3d St. U.a. M. bALER. J. o-2t* WANTED-EMPLOYMENT BY A YOUNG MAN twenty-three years oi a*e, who is a hrst-clsss accountant anu is l..miliar uiih double-entry book keepiutf. Adaiesa Ai;col'N'i ANX, Star ottice. Jeo-.il* \VT ANTED-BY A KESl'ECTABLE COLORED | II trirl a aituation as nurse, wining to aasi t in chambermaid s wo.k, ruluienues turaialied. Call or aildieKs 1209 1 at. n.w. )e5-3t* W ANTED-BY A ITRST-CLAhS COOK, COLURED, vv alao chambermaid or nu.se, a place; willing to travel. Call or addre.a 100* Est. je.i-._i* WANTED?A PLACE IN PHI VATE FAMILY AS vv coachiuui, waller, or to work aoout the house; can furnish tfood reterence. 12ol il-duou at. n.w. Jo5-2t* w ANTED ? SITUATION - REFERENCES AND 11 security Kiven. AddreaaJ.il. UAi,iluN. 23*7 Pcnna. ave. JeS-3t* ANTED - A MIDDLE-AGED LADY OF GOOD ad ire^s desires a position as a working house keeper in cil) ui' country; relereurea. Call or addreaa Mt:S. L BCTBER. 923 10th st. mw. >-4 3t^ WANTED - A EIKST CL\SS COOK (WH11K 11 man > deairea a place duruitf the summer; tlrst class reiereuces. Auar-t-s A.nTONY LAUKEANA, 1407 Let. n.w.. City. Ready to go. Je4-3t* VV ANTED?POSITIONS FOR COOKS, WAITERS, 11 housekeepers,valet:-, nurses, drivers, companlona. niaius, aeamsiresses, and ethers; cities, country, auu i-sorts (Saturdays durlu* summer hall tees on orders lctleurly). Bi HNUAM'fi. l?10 Win st.n.w, Jel-tit* ' r ANTED?1 REE?'1 HE 011 Y INTELLIGENCE . . ollice lurinshes ni^uly recimniienaed servants and clerical applicants, l.uoii.a reR*ijtcr*?d lree. Gov ernment apidicutiona for positions prepared. Unfur nisueu rooms in ftamand. 711 G i..w. iny25-12t* w vv WANTED?HOUSES. WANTED?TO PI HCHASE FROM OWNER A 11 bouse or lot in northwest; price must not exceed $4,000. Addr ?5 ll. E. F., istar ottice. Je0-3t* WT A -N TED?Ft )R IM MEDI ATE PURCHASER, THE 11 best 7 or S room house in town; price not to ex ceed *i.O 0. With dcacription address AT ONCE, Star Office. JeO-lit* WANTED-T0 RENT OB BUY ON MONTHLY 11 pity!nents. eight-room house with ground and stable attained; auburban property conveniently located i r- Ured. Address, stating terms and loca tion. -SCBCkjIAN." Staroffleo. Je0-3t* W ANTED-A LADY W ITH NO INCUMBRANCE Ue?iies tliechaise of a house during the absence of family, tor the summer months, where the care woula be equivslunt tor rent; liest of references given. Address MJkl H ? E -1, Siar ottl. e. Jeli-2t* \V A N T I.D ? A SM\l.L HOUSE. SITUATED IN 11 northwest action of city; Sin, lietweeu M and Boundary preferred. Address, tor one week, J N O. It. 11E it It ILL, 1234 ?thst. n.w. )e0 3t* W' a-NTEI>?CAKE*OE FURNISHED HOUSE FOK I 11 the aummer by a lau.ily oi two adults. Addresa, at once. Lock Box ftoO, City I'ost-otHce. Je4-3t* W AN I ED?TO PURCHASE DIRECT FROM 11 owner, bouse; eight or ten rooma; new or nearly ao; on or near car liue. moderate price. Address, at onoe, stating price and exact locality. Lock Box i.?0. City Poat-offlce. Jc4-3t* WANTED?ROOMS. \v l*ANIED-BY LADY WITH MAID. THREE OR . I four uniuruisbed rooms v>u first floor; in north west part of city; in good location. Addreaa, stating teriua, C. B. O., Star office. JeO- ;t* W ANTED-A LADY Wlil'LO" LIKE BOOM AND board in private family, at tuixlHrste price uel ereucea given. Addreaa W. E. W., Star office. )e6-2t* WANTED - THREE UNFliRN1SHED KOGMS^ 11 with gua and water, for light hou.?aeepiiig, by married couple; no children; jsriu iieut anl good paying tena ;ta; price not over $ 10; ret. AddreM G. V. X, Star Office. Je0-3t*_ \XTANTED?IN NOBTHWEST?THREE OK FOUR 11 communicating rooms, uniurni^hed, by rentle man, wile,child auu servant; first or second floor; meals to be rent in; preier private lamile, where no other boarders; must be iu good house auu nice local ity ; reiereuces exchanged, Audreas B. R. b , btar of fice. Je5--t" Mackinaw Straw Hats. Fine Engliah Split Straw Hata. Boys' Straw Hata, oOc.. $ 1, $1.23, Ladlea' Sailor Hata, $L $1.26, $L50. Derby HaU in Colon, $2.50, $3^0, $4, and $&. Pearl Caaaimere Dreaa Hata, $3. AO, $4. La Toaca L mbraUaa, $3.6d, $d. leunia Outflta. my23 B. H. 8TINEMETZ ft SONS. 1M7 Patina, ava. JWANTED?BOARD. Yf GENTLEMAN DESIRF* BOAKP tuTtcr tw^. u.rj; nd d?W>ter, in a pr:v. te familv tTkuToS* AAfXnm- -Mag terms and looato l. AY W WANTED MISCELLANEOUS sSsfes? mission. Address ft., 14, cur offl.el _ jSs-arS LIGHT BUGOY OR ?i.? j0.-*"*- *??/ = ?tafrt? hsrness, side-?sddlce siso Special Star Bicycle. v>.>os 14th St. n. w. MKtt* W"*pOKD-HAKD RAFETY BI PEP.A ?i ^FEitv r?iV?U irm?J,"<i ?*>*??? ciKb pnort. rti^j M. REESE. 1416 Msdison eve.. BaJtmiora, :?- je#-3t? Wh^,T^.Rj7?y.a ladt. AN EASY, SAFE, WELL hlrn.IT^ f'dlDg horse, ope tint drives well in single harness. Address J. V. s . star offic . Jetf-3t* Wrr!iT,E,P?A.rT* M'JRE KCHOt.AI S TO LEAKS kr,ow^l. ^r Vrtr"'' Work' taught in 15 lessons: no E jf lessons day aid even _*? T- * ? NOLDS, Studio. 43t* Htb St. Je6-l?t* \NThori.E^HHE"J2,Nti,BI-J party will hike , carriaire or dayu.n three day* everr d?? DAITON" st-ir ofS^e ttme for SfoF W^h?t?T^?i>0.r>KiI:LI^.BI'E PARTIES TO KNOW centrally liiSIJiS * 5 .. r?ni?K>' r.ioiu lor renti ssrteswnu; 4t5su""-" *^aS* ~7a?gri?ag^Fm-E8Sy ANtTO-ttoo-.jneef monthly" notes, par dfli anT: !LtA&niliKi 1 ayo CliTirter an<* ability to pay aemonsi rated. Address Box UG, Kur o flirts. W wN?KDlPR,f88 cutting made east: rJ.?.,, c.V- *,lll"*lul" "Dress Cuttin* Scale." hurt eu*J>Aes ev?ryone to 'earn to cut all kinds of garments readily and accurately. The system wi,i ha taurht, aud the sc.le and a measure U>,,k furnished lor ..tt. Person*learning this ays-em are immediately placed in a flotation to earn good wages. Ready cut ?ml l^tf.'^lb^ntarmntae/ to fit- 1223 FitV i 111 J ?. 9-1^.1 * \YFEW SHARES OF O ST. MARKET StarCfiwi; Addre**' ?rir'u* lowest price, B .1 Ml. \V*?J^r>-,3'5(M)T? OK 5 VF.AR8, AT six PER ?Trent interest, paid seuii-eniiualiy, on 13th st. Ad.jw??iiIi<trrui u ,itie '>ei'lttcli uo comiuissiou. Address O. K , Star office. Je WANTED-A SECOND-HAND COPY OF O. It With I rt'l i's ?!8 of Washington, D. 0. Ad irena, with jirii e, b. S., Star office. Je4-iit* WiN.TKD-A LIOllT - WKIUHT, SIDE- BAB lie J" ?ro?l1 Older; mention price, ?C. Adawm Bt6OTt bUurot)irf. Jt 4-iJt* W^TKI.)_H BAI:? PAVH THE HIGHEST CASH TOw.Pa?~Ode. 'vik _ Alt. Vernon, Va. AV^TrD-HORSESTO PASTURE AT $5 PF.B r. T "K,nIJi, pram iced extra: )>ersonal attention. Oidi r Ihi* 1 ri?-e a atable, 311 tiih n.w.; farm 7th-(*t. road, eight nulea from city. O. H. P. CLAKK. sliro. ^ Uiy25-lui \V A.!i?hi'*RLl 'K rCBNITURE UPIldiT *wed; Muttreaeea made oT-r. work done in a neat and autistantial lnaui.er; tlip covers cut and iruanuiteed. 0. NELSON, 1223Un.w. \V antei>-hol8i.hold and offiFk~fUr" >ml sS ( ieri , a*,^Uo,1iJ Al-O Store Fixtures atid Stocks of Merchandlae. Addreaa, CARL !< ?N ti.Jtt K Bl' u-w- niy'J4-lin W AK IK D-TO BUY-GOOD SECOND-H ANDGEN^ . I * JUeiuen''a Clothes, Guns, Pistols, Ac., lor which . ,1*7 Ci'1** i ,ince '* I1*"' Call or st-iid |io-tHl to 11} 17-Jiu* A. E1ZNAR. l.tOl llthst.g.e. \\ ANTED?SMOKE POR'i UONDO 4 CO.'S CT ,, Caroiiua uud Concha Floret*ta, fx* , JslaiKurita and Zarzutias. l()c eat h Joki k-W M. PORTPONDQ k CO., I'hilwl^lpliia. n.y W AN'TLD - TYl'EW RITLNU, J YPEWRI lI.MjZ ! *kVi?n*w .: fyntactn-.il ac ur.ncy, low rates. F. S. 11,,.i ., ' and Typewriter, ;?i St. Cloud BuihUnir. my 13-1 in* ! \V o.?.TED-JBY -CRIBJfEB. BEST BUTTEPJNK ! ?ir,,?T,M<JUIi1 .?okii"f. l,?c. Warranted uot to tret ! f hiitter) for one month, or Inouer re funded. J ry Cotton Seed Lard, purer, richer, and 1 Koes further than Hotf'a Ijtrd. f\,r mIn ..n u in ttu \ <>liter M">krt at stalls 328, 329, 330, middle of ii-u aisle, open daily. WM. C.&CRlBNi k my?-0m ! \V ANTED-STEAM CARPET CLEANING AND I,,!.?!""? ,1!8 w.Vrksi leathers lieuovaied. .Mat- I Irrssea Made Over, l urii'ture steams, and .Moths im- | Urojed^k ll.iOLisua.l'illi; Pa.av.,'lclcplloiiU 1UL1 o 'J apii-<]ii \\ ANTED?GOOD SECOND-H A ND CLOTHING, 1 ' ^evolver?. o'd Bold and silver, lor which l .irhest laah prices will be paid. Call LASKf i'S Loan 'J(J I Penu. ave.. corner 2d st. n. w in> 20 CCOUNTRY BOARD. / IOCSIRY LOARD-ABOUT EIGHTY MILES ,V t , T, '""I'jir'ou, Situated on l*autilul waters of lire will h 13a y; all kinus of aniuseinents. bathinjr. flsh iiik, boatinif, &c. J. C. CRILli, Propiietor. Comptou, Ml1' JeB-3f I^IltST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS FOR SUM lner ikiarders, at Oaktou. two miles from Vierna ntatn.n, Wa-liinirton and Ohio R. R ; fine shade, lruit and water: carii^re to and trom station; elevated situ ation. Address a.rs. B 1. NALLS. Oaktou.Ya. jeti-iit* \V?S?EP ? A,?. AGREtARLE. ENERGETIC vf 1-Hdy: hours y to 5; one possessed w:tii some knowledge of bnsiiie.HS aud fair education; a kihk! posi Uon. *10 weekly; must come ou trim one week at <7 Apply in person. E. W. WALKER U CO., 012 K it n- *? It* ' / VOUNTKY BOARD?f 4 TO ?ri PER WEEK; AIRY rooms lieauinul irrounds, abundance fruit, milk, rmtter. All iiuuie coiuiorU; 110 luuaquiioea: duily Mails. Mis. wi. liUuVNN, Comoru, King- Geurife uo'. *"? Je(i-3t* OAK HILL-SITUATED ON AN EMINENCE; full view of Biuu Ridge and surrounding mount ains'ice; milk. shade; fishing; riding, and di-itm* horses. Apply to JOUN SIMPSON, North Fork. Lou douncounty, va. City relerencea. Jet>-3t# BOAKU IN W. VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS?LARGE ruojiis, plenty of nhade, and all country comloits ? on oanka oi aoutb Branch river. Fine has* ftshinir niilro.?d station on the*lace. Terms iow. V^*?Hhinif tou rdoionrea jriven Adtlrefts Mih? ETTA WAhU la>t* 1 o.n, Ure?n bpnny, Hauipahire county. West Vir erlD1A- je?i-9t ? loUNTRY BOARD-WILLOW OLF.X. BEAUTIFUL V/ and bealthv location;cxcelknt si>iintf %kater; milk, ahadejalso cotta^luriji-hcd. Addr. C. -i 111111 B. aud O. railroad, ericJt Co., jid. t^LNSt l UILL?UA MILTON. LOUDOUN CO., VA. IZ , .lnlftor> house, targe airy rooms, beautiful groves, hi teen minutes'drive from station. For par ticulars call on Mlsd CUAMBL1N, llUo 14'.h at. ? Jet>-3tv country board at bennino tai.,? '' St." ifrfc*1' ,ri^0,ulSi p'cllt>" ice, Ac.; good Address8 Mr". SLJk EAHE^U0^ ( ]?y. W BOARD, c LAKKNS, 8EMINA11V imT ?ViifK? Jrti6** flloul4 Aieiandria: liijfh, ahadjr and lit alth> , danj trains to suit offlce-bolvlcra; station near 5?SSb\*al!S1o1fllS?8 re,ll1lircd- ii. i. WOKTHINO J u.N, Box *?1, a\leiandria, Vs. Je5-4t LOCUST GROVE, FiVE MINUTES FROM JEsI sups Station, Washington Branch B s:i<l o Ac commodations hrut c.asa. Address Mrs. HAl.il ' Jcssups. Md. Board in the mountains- delightful boara in the niountains of \ a.; plenty ef shade ? i^XiiSn6r * milk; K^'rin?f ""tT. sud sul! liur aiiU iron water; couvevaiicen ior truest^ Athirp^ Mrs. J. sroCKTON. Rio, Al^mwle CoVvs._Jeo-2w (lOUNTEY BOARD-WANTED BY A LADY V* within easy distance from Washington; will give in exenange lessons in china tainting, sketching from nature in oils, water cu.ui?, Jic.. to one or more i er relersuoea excuanged. Addreas P. B? Star oAice. jeo-ot PERSONS CAN BE ACCOMMODATED WITH good country board st Ualpine, Md? on Metro politan Biancu B. & U. R. R.; identy of shade fruit &;r,A.d\,?2 E- L&A'jiiN.ffiv^: wJh flte minutes walk from station. Je4-0t* '|>ukee Boarders wanted?one double . . ro"1" ?uU one sinaie. Terms from $2o to *30 Vlr month. De.ightiul location: in snrht of Blue R dge Mountains. Address Lock Box 3?. ttsrrenton, Virginia. Je4-?t* VV1THIN HALF-HOUR'S RIDE FROM WASHINO ? *on a few Boarders wanted in a private family; large t,rtf a hoiuebteud on a farm; all country luxurit s; very best accommodations; references exchanged Ad dr.M?U - ulBUU K?ie p" o., . <???'*>? Prince George's county, Md. RUMMER BOARDERS ACCOMMODATED?F. R 'T V7, cla"? Board. Mrs. Dr. A. B. PRICE. F'rostburg. All gany (ounty, Md. Parties without children pre Scrred. Pure w ater and plenty of rich milk. Altitude, ?-<JU leet. Terms: *<: sud *7 per week. Jel-lm* I^IGHT BOARDERS WANTED-NO~CHILDREN j under 15 years ol age taken; delightful situatiou ? n.ouniiun scenery; laige rooms: bath, Ac . one mile' oi I'harlottesvllle and University of Virginia; four hours lroiu Washington: six dally trains. Address Box 204, Churlottesvilie, Va. uiy31-lui IJEltSONH CAN BE ACCOMMODATED WI1H good rooms and board -uo yards from dei*>w Terms, 41S to $20 per month. URa. A E. DAKBY. Gaithersbuig, Md.* mj31-tjl* ClOMFORT RETREAT. POPULAR RESORT IN /Mountains of Maryland, near Hsrper's Ferry, home couilot is aud country advantages unexoeiled. W. M. CLAitli, Keep Tryst, Wasiangwn county, Md. my21<-3m UlMMEH BOARDEK8 AT "OAKLANDS," GAY C5 lord, Clarke cuuntv, \ a. S. V. railroad, the most elevated aud healtulul set-lion of Virginia. Abundance ol shade, fruit, milk, v age tables, Ac. Conveyance om-e s week to "Sulphur Spring." l or pttruculars address Ml>. J. i). U)A AKi), Iiiy'^jt.] m* SUMMER BOAKDIMCICORTH HILL~~FAR M -Ix> n cated near the Shenandoah nrer; water and moun tain scenery: beautiltU location; healthy. Write ior circular furnishing details and terms. t. ? ? C" M CA8TLEMAN, P. O. CasUeman's Ferry, Clarke County, Va. ?r9-eotjylo \VANTED?SUMMER BOARDERS, TERMS FROM vT sixteen to twenty dollars imr month for adults, according to the iot^tion of rooms, children half price! Address t HoMAS LLLIOTT, AmiigtoU House, W in Chester, V a. myx.'si-2w* fl'HE UNDERSIGNED, PKOPRIETOIt OF THE X Ki-nnen bou-ie, at i ivertou, Va., (situated at the Junction ol the two branches of the Shenandoah river, and u:isurpa?*ed ?er beauty of scenery, health, society aiiu basi fishingi, wanu summer ts?u Jers, who wi.i be furnished Lin e airy rooma, icood l&re anu attention, lertus la ode ia to sud made known on sri.lic^tion ..no . Address JOB. W.KLMM AN, ay 29-2 w Rivet ton, Va. Ml. ERIN BOARDING-HOUSE OPKN_FOR-RE^ caption oi cUaiiiier boarders, tiixh, healthy water, large airy rooms, daily uiaitaTNear Alexunana. $5 per week. Address Mrs. J. D. GAINES. Alemn ona, Va. my25--w# COUNTRY BOARD - NEAR STATION, NEW house, on high ground; extensive Kliady lawns, hue view; ho mosquito*; plenty of Jersey inilk aud butter; cold spring water. Cold Point Eara., Oliitou Station, rainax, Co. Va. my24-lm* RUMMER BOARDING NEAR BLUE RIDGE ?7 Mountain; brick bouse, cool rooms, lawn, shade, lruit, Immes and carriages; two daily malls; modems charge*. Fop t-srticoiars, address M1a ?M CUkUY, nau.utoD, Loudoun county, Ys. myttO-lm* Ul?llMUi^TOA^EMfWAMTlD?MOST VIEU P hotel. Front lioysL Vs. V ituia lour hours of niiLiiifftos; otmmulioua buildinir, sLadjr riazjisa. Irnitabundsut,scenery besutiiul: bsss fULiutf Uue. Write lor particulars. JOHN y. SilNnON. Prop, tuyll-lm* Burgundy house - open for rummer oosrders; 2ml.es from Alexandria. M mils from raurosd; large ho US,; tins ro, ms, latge, shady gPBIIIO BAaTTlBM b^TMB MAY 16; CON FORREXT?ROOM & P)B mSMT- ri KMSHIl) ROOMS. WITH OK without board; Baoderate tortus. nEil.it %^OR RENT-TWO LARGE CO?rSTr mSO r room*. suitable for otttce. Inquire on I ren 711 ~tk st. n w. 1>i .R RENT-FOUR ROOMS. FIRST FLOOR r\X try and cellar. modern improeeuicut*. no1 Inn. 445 PM. n.w. yrt :(;* F>k rkht?a most Dffsnt uhjF~mttk of three unfurnished ao-ntmiiiustiior \M floor r?.ius; I private bsth. hot M cold water asm* floor. Mai MM 1 pleaaaut, oar can. reut moderate. 14>tlC.mot.u I ?U jM-it' F)H RKNT-LAROK. OOMFOUTAPI E BAY WIN iI.'W Kooin. ??nmlliMr; also third floor one. ??,. ! client board. 1013 15th ?t- n.w., oe?rlook'i>* Mi" Pberson Square ai d K at. Je.S;tt* For rest-parlor and oommcmcuixo Bedchamber, with adjacent Rooms for light If una I keeping; uochildren. 1 <30 I4:h *t n w. Je.Y:;t* IX)R RKNT-UNFl RNISHF.I' K<?'M. H\NI>B. >MF. parlor*, one or two on second Boor , also < i.r tur mshed. Summer raiaa. l.l4L>t.o w. Je.>-.,t* I |XM BC1TT?NICBLT Ft KNhHtH BOOMS. % I BY : 17 Conifortabl* lor summer, urwiy papered and toe | beat atteutiou; *atttmer prtcex.BlH M ft n m >e."? ;U 1' >IR RKNT-1720 H ST N W. A sraiM^I R . suite of Looms funished; also. H ill 1-oacd I 11 riesiiwd; oua square westof War and Navy dept. | jai-et"; IjViR RENT?IN THF. NORTHMEST. A St'ITF OF lour room* on 2u floor. suitable for ml MW keepinr, t" 'aa.il/ without children. summer price*. It 09 liithai. j o Jm 1>OB RENT-CHEAP-THREE KICK UNFUC nnh?l rooma lo a family wituout clulixen. A, i y at 1UXI New Jenny ave. u w Jej Ot" I2H>B RENT?201S 91'H ST V \V .TWO l.M UK unfurnished Rooms private faMiiiy. J- Jl* 1X111 KENT?EO<>Ms, URNsHKD OR UNFi R r lushed. eu suite or . '.VI or !ld floors v?i h board, north ol Pa. ave., trou'ing on r>*. u::oa. IMS H at. n.w. JtMF 1>|R BENT?1031 11TH ST. jTiTrOR. M %-S. . ave , beautiful furuisiied room. u:ce locatu cool, inrnt. aid pretty outlook; cUeap to dt*i'*bie 1-erty, table bjard. )< 4-3t* 17>OB KENT-TWO NICEI.Y-FURN IsHFD ROOM*; northern and southern exi" " re. fr.j:in? par*. 10 each, gentlemen Kiiwmi, reieretioesex> !.im- d. 010 loth tt. u.w. Je4-3t* I I^HiR REN I -t HFAF-TO Of N I L' MEN. THhl E newly tnrnlxhed rootua ou nine n>or, new fc< i:*e. private faua:y; uear ti ate. War. Navy, and Irt-a-u.y dei>artuieiita. Apply 1!'14 11 at. u w. Jt-4-3t? I^OR RENT?A FLAT OF FIVE ROOMS. <? \SS . and aUani heat. 4l?0 L/ uiaiauaave. il U>k Hi.. Jel-tit* I^OR RENT - BFAl TIFfl, StTMMEB KM aiuirle or en suit' , iii private family ; fnrrnxh d. larire double roruei- lioiiae. ^outh ?ud > uat fr 'it; ret ereui-en required, llul K st. n. w. j-1 -<>t* i^'OH, KENT?r.LEoANTLY-U RMSllEI> 1U.OMS X at 0?'l E Hi. u. w , en auile or tin* 11 , rt iereniea. rayHl)--w* r^OR 1.1.NT-SIT 16TH ST.N.W..FIT.NISHEI>OB uuUauished rooun*. en aUite; al?o c.in r . to relit !..> Jl-llii* FOR RENT?STOHB& 130R RENT - ONE-HALF_OF A LARGE STORK; very fine location lor a cari enter sl.op; other hail uaed as a jaint alore. TiiO lVtii at. n.w. Adureao 11 P. HI 1CH1NS, 1321 F Ft. n.w. j .. ttr I.^OR KENT-LARGE MO);l AND"r? 1 LI.INO, 1002 14tU at. n. w.; all i;i .1. in.pa.; rent * I C.? | ? r month. WASH'S UANEXUOW h-lt, 1115 F at. u. w. jl-tit FOlt SA LE-MISCELLA N E( M s I ?'OR SALE ? GOVERN M KNT CLERKS. ATT! S tiun. Au invent men t morth Iimviik". >ilk Culture, liie iiidiihtr>\ Children, \"Z Ui. ke ft'iUO iluriUMr vacstiun: I-adus. Iroiu t4. U ). I* there other buftinestt in wbi< h tin name a.iicu;.t of c:ij ital will > ie!d tbin income? '1 he lalx.r m i iriit, easy, mi *\ profitable. % All the rarit;.l <?* casli or $'VJ5 in installment*, viz., #*Jr> d )wii?ii<i $5 jkt 2:101. t ii. I>? ?ni to land 111 lee. Thin proj-rtyhaH advanced witnin the laxt year ]? 0lH*r i-^Tit,:? d in months' uuie the iiicrea?e will be atieaatfour tiniaa the preaent prices. bOLIHEHN SILK ASSOCIATION, j-:w;t' 11?? mii hi n.w._ jPOR HALE?A* CTRIGHT BI< J with tell and lant?-ru attached. l or sale at a Imr frain. Apply to D. H. tM MMEBK 9046 MatB.v. If* 1X>tt IAU-OXI Ol THE FlKKHT^HADDLE AXD driviLK hora?*H in tlie D'strict; can be aeen ai l udele> k stable. Nth st., between D and ?1, until Sat urday noon. Ask tor Mr Wulte. >-ti *-it# FOS tAIX-CUKAF DAKS BAT MAKE. 1 GH1 day ton wa^'on, harnesa, lie.; barfrain. 18 Tui st n.e. ^ I^OH 8ALE-CHEAP AND ON ii<X>D U KMS? aevpn-ht?rse Oito Gaa Kngine. WiL C. ?oi?I)f UU10 Aliceanna at., Baltimore. J? 0-^t I^OH SALE?PONY CAKT AND SKELETONCAhT, ?very cheap; also two stakroR, carria^*". and D yton wm:ona ou eaay terma. J. J. COOK, ,'i JS*5 M at.. West Wmhingrton. Ifuii HALE?OOOD, FAST BAY MARK. HAVING non?e for it and t?> nave livery; w? 11 sell for lath at. n.w. !? J1 V*.. ? ..auL. v? v/< ' L/, A ill) I 1>T 1 ill All no tise lor it anil t > ~a??- livery; w. il wll tor t?k>. alao ptiaeton buxtry ami liaruea ?; <02 1.H ' I.XlR SALE-ONE HE WAGON; ALSO ONE MILK natron: mtiBt be aoli to reuioye. .IOHN \i. YOUNG, 479 anil 481 Cat n.w Je?>-:?t* I?OR SALE-BLACK MARE; 7 YEARS OLD: . iriiaranieeil aonnil anil kitiil; to botli aad lie and lian;i <a; can 1* ilriv n by a laily, and la (juite Call at i)18 Massutiu?ekts ave. n.w. jetKit I^Oi. SALE?N KW t? AS sTOVE. '3 RI RNmsl aplendidcook r;oaii teat balore buying. Co.t t22, |WiCQ<l&; >11 (in n w. jt-ti-2t* 1>)l SALE-EXPRESS AND FEED WAGON #4.V 1 1220 Hat. _je5:? V>)R SALI ?FINE WHITNEY SADDLE, BRI1H.E, and Cloth, 12 Round V la Patent OtBoc Oazi ttn freuii 1" <+2 50 l* r vol.; Set Roxinir tilovi a, B2;BmoM VkiUn,BowaMOhtn-ra*t,$25;Tmp< I Enviiali lireta-L-ioa>lt-r >7 11*., 12 bore), Lea;h'-r ? a-n aud loadinir tool*, e at $17i>. take t7i>. Apph 14 i:l ltliode Ialand ave. n.w. JjiS jt IM? SALIVA FIVE BOkU, 1SK HAXDS Hl(iH, weirbt about 1.100 pound*; h.i.ithy. kind, and a free driver: **iut:ibl - for a i-oupc or buatneaa pnr| .?e. Apply at lhOS Corcorau at. n.w. j'.ViU* 1. OlfSALL?FULL NICK LED 51-INCH STAB, sf lent ratchet, new. finest in cityi a bargain, ownar leavintccity. 41.SRat.n e. >5-3t* 1JOR SALi.-ltl.AI ilM L BLACK HAWK MARE cheap;owner tM 110 u e for her; qui.a ia?t; airj yeara. Call at l'iuii>deiphia Market, Conn, ave a <1 K at. )?.i-5l' I-'UR SALE-BY A LADY DECLINING Hi >l"8E keepinir. $.">00 ca?h will buy tLe entire Furiiiture in a seven-room houae if taken within the next tony eiirht houra. O at., to ur 11th at. Hoiiae can be rented. Addi-eaa BARGAIN, Star ofU' e. Jeo-Vt* 1JUR SAIJi?ONE BEAT TIFl'L NEUFcPRloHT Piano in fancy walnut, extra hurh nni<b. exuuiaitv tone and a fir?t-c iaa? piano throughout, *24t>; < aay teime HLuO WORCU k. CU. S, 7th at. u_ w. a. 24-:tm ?J^OU 8ALE?CHEAP?HOR8E8, BrGOIES. CAR r riajr'"?, and Harnesa. ainirie anu d^uole. Alao, a lot of baled bay. Apply to J. ii K1LE1, Foot of 11 ih and li ats. a.w. , Je."> tst I^OR 8 ALE?1 OFFICE COI NTER, OFFICE RI O. mattinir. and two ?t<'V> s. 813 loth st n w )ej-.(* 1 JOB SALE-ONE KXIKSSIOX-TOF BOG'KAWAY, aliw?t new. one [k.1. R. 1ti bartruni.-. .f k. id at once. Ebbitt House Statilea, lii^j at. una Ohio ave. Je4-lw* IHiH SALE?JUST ARRIVED FBOM SOUTH W I ^T Xireiiiia 20 h' ad of choice homes, air. uir tio-ui areao'i.e hue aaddie and driving lior^ea; tlo-re^t are aintaifie lor all | u:-po*e.-. alao one hue saaol" |>ouy ainUible tor boy or t-'irl to riae. l ric -s reaso:.;.bk aud caliafiM-'tloii KUaranteed at -tabit- 1U real ol OI - ** at. n. w. J. WT YAXtd ? BON. J-4-lit 8ALKBDtl ALO RIijJUjrsT ARK1\LD AT 12th and B, 2"? hor.-e-. lexas, lexna. 1 eiw Horsen. ail broke to ride or drive. Coma aud nee tue show, clieup for cash. J> 4-5t* 1.VJIi SALE?2 NEW PHAETONSk FIBST-CLASS . make, and on,' set ^ nd-liand pl.a<-ion lu ?rood older, at e;i<.oiiableprice. Aik Vernon sta'oles, l'Jllii l.tnat. Je4-ai* V> ,\1. 11. l't,\L.01i .v i'O. IMiB SALE - MANl Bh FROM ISO HoRst sr . Arply to the Metropolitan bailroad Co.. No. -ill P at. B.?. Jei!_ l,X)B~8ALE-AH EXQUISITE TONED. BEAl 11 ?T fully carved, ro e wood. SlEi.NwAl flANll; must be told at a aa< rili'-o. Can be aeeu atU. L. W iLii k BROs., 70U 7th at. n w J.1-2W ,^OR BALK?UNE SADDLE HORSE; CHEsiNI T F welding; about 10 hunds; aeven )*i*ms old; souiid Kind; ala and ~klud; alao Hood in niiiyie and double bameaa; pro|?rty of gentlenian abo.it leavintr town. Can lie aeeii br-iweeh 10 and 12 o clock at atab.c rear ol SOU 10th at. jel-Ot 17<OR SALE? A SNAP BARGAIN IS A FINE, nearly new, 7S ociatc square piano; irrand M ale; hue tone; roeewood raw; carved lev*; ail in p.i?. t order.cost e425 Can be had for ouiy #'.'00, .utiuu lug cover and aiool. Aiouthly 1 ayuicnta to auit. Alao, a nice toned r arwood. 7 oct square piano, in per lee t o.'Oer, for ouly *100; lo i?r month. Apply at once u> THE PIANO EXCHANGE. yi Ware rooma, 013 Pa. ave. 1XJR 8ALE? 1 IMPORTANT! Actual bargains in a uuuiber of sllgbtlf used Piano* and Organs, in perfect order. Bold on i>a? u.enla. my'^0-tl?je t . G. SMl'l H, 12*J.> la. ave. ATOR SALE-ANOTHER BARtjAIN FuR BOMK one else. Bcven-octave lioaewood Piano, carved legs, very L;,nd?ou.e aud in hue order; very - neap. 11 iii FEB & CoNLiFF, J2.il K at. K.W. niyl.Mm L'OH BALI ?SiXTEKK HtAOui YOUNCi MORS KB I from Vliginia, cotuistiiigof gooddnvera, wort- ra, aud two goo?i carriage or cou|>e horaea. Call a; i 4oo Eat. n.w. ilCGH Qt IGLn.1. iuy-5-2w" I-^Oll 8ALE?AT THE KE W YORK CAKRIAGn AND 7 Harueaa Rei'oaltory, 4Ub Pa. ave. u.w? tor the next tnirty daya, the greatest bargains ever offered in tue city in Cairiager. Ruggieo, Carta, Magoiia, Hamesa, Lap Robea, Vi 111 w, haltera, Bheata, Neta, aad.oea. Unaiea and atable goods, botu new aud eecotd hand. Call aud aew stuck, .no trouble to show go.^d. Painting aud repairing properly doue. W. k.Gr.Yl.it, Proprietor. in) IXiR SALE?MEEKS. Ml.EES. MEEKS. 1 HAVE ou nai.d and lor aaie a larae stock o. new auu sec ond-Laud Carriages, Rugglea, PhacU.ua. urre> s, tx tenalou Cab..oieties, KeufU.gtoua, Road Carts Day toua, and all ,t)iesol Ruaiueee Wagoiia, Harueaa, Wliipa, Lap Robes, ?c., at price* aud accommodating terms aa can las i< uud ID any market, borne or abroad. Repairing aud painting promptly attended to. cilvs me a oil at 021 to 023 G it n. w? aud see for your selve*. in) 10-lm IX1R SALE?NEW, Dl'RARLE GRAVE libMu.MI lor Decoration Day, inane Ol metai leaves aud poi^ celain doueia; alao, iron vasea. ciuoks aud terra-cotta hai.giug baaketa. KCUMID'B, ai7 lilth sU u. w. myl3-lia* lxilt kAhk Jf JOHN M. TOCNG invites Carriage Buy er* to examine bis large stock of New aud Becond-haud Vehicles ol All Styles, at hij New Repository, 4<W aud 4?1 c at u. w, mh30-3m Bear of National HoteL IVOR SALE?OVEB ZOO CARRIAGES-MEW AND secoud-haud?trvui the beat maker*. Landaus, Coupee. Broughams, Victoria*. X-Carta. \ iilure Carta, Derby aud Reusing ton Vsagona, Buggies Phaeton*, Wagonette*aud Light Coaches. Also,* large uu* at ?ue harness. Bi>ecial pricna to the trade. H Notice?Privsts lamuies, desirous ot either buyingo. aelliug turnouts, will hud it to their advantage to call on me, a* my fadliUoa lor the porcliaae aud *ai* ol liorses. Carnages Hsnies*. kc., are ursur|iasaed. and my hiring, stabling auu storage tadiiue* are uue untied by aay entsbliahmelit in tuis country. W M. F. DOWNEY, 1 o~JLat n.w., Msuulacturer'a Agt. inhltt-3m . .V11T8ALE-V ARNISHED WAGONS;CARPENTER, furniture, milk, aud teed wagon*; also pisUorm at ring wagons, carriages sad bugine*; It il^n X spring carts, aud 1 poty cart, on ea?y laymenta JOHN t. COUR. x st, ?pA-Sm West Wsahlurtoa. 1V? SALi-Tn "OTTO" OAS ENGINE RX J7 qulrae no botiari * voids ail expansive attaodauc*; >,o loss Ui tun*; WO hattduug of tneL bend !or uuvmiar aud pcto* list. &JtAiUbr, Af% 7jtllA*S lU2 FOR SALE?LOTS. 1>>r sii v-rB' XTwr or is* ffft, wfi.l LOCATF.D.S W ; rr?r ?i><1 ??de ?l!ej?.fl fv SI MO Ell k LI i >??-:? 1 :nu r ?*. ]>or *<Lr^5rTrnBi t nri<.nni-~Two hi k\~ Iota ' v it>f 1 W CM >n 1 !Vh ?Ii?h and 1"?0 IM v* Knifiw at., a ?h rt iti'taui-* uorth <4 Dr. Manini''Utl'? uian?:<>n. Fr.-e. per >gii?rf font. 4<V. b h *?..sr.Rtc>i. n?r?(. ?.w I.xk mi l- -tvnui, hi m i i? 11. i^t*. ok ?J ?I. n^r 1?:t ti at., and a Tery iIh ra ,r Bull ' '?* hutratViiv-l'nMalVonmi'itMnl iK?e tK u'.?r~ '? J- *'? F ^vl >>* * HON, >~VGl" |4'.HI Nn York ??? 1*iH -mt ' ?? orr or .? *??f ?i<Ie ol ?th *t. n.e.. * fr. o'ar. of .traal Ju?t U -<-kaJ. ?: 1 ?M' ?.lk la <1. Iri ?. . V. .v.Viit IV oUMITtDI k MuVu i, K7 r 1>|R *ALF?A M< 'E "O I T I>>1 on WF.hT HIT>1 r <>t Kin at B.? . ti" r Mima a?? . prlo 41 V?', )e.V?t SWt lc\> ; I DT k BhADLEl.tr.:; r 1x)B liLt n\F sriUNM I "T On I hT. 4 M AR 14 TV. ? \i \ f 1 Sg I T. KlLluIR* Ml HI RMAXK. >?s? ia??a 1 I'ViK svi v" I IV CHMTl IXITO > K ?R DITOXT i' .i-lr. at #:?.?- "><' ai J ? '? .\i>o e? b. Far |-n?. Ma^ n.u . . .u n <-*uaot U ?laj id the city . t. rim *? KHBM1L k CARIHl Heal E?t? ? B ?ler\ Je.VlOt lub F rt. B w. VIII KIY.F?LOTS? 1 ."..'t iKHI ?q. It.. n??r fie)a*l at Sr. pr .r| foot. 1 ft . Hear toe Jai..?t ??? | ? r vii. foot. 7.V?< 0 Sill Nt.liit v 11 V ata., VV*?ut IT 4 tm Ktha 1 ? d 9tb it., :Uo IVthkt.. Ut.CiBil I'll w.. illfy ft.'I. H ?t ?:i y*il. 11th at L.e. l**at ix* ol v*. al i? > ?*'**? J n fti^ l.l 4 Je.VSt* 1 -4 ' v 1 c l^msu.r ii.o:?PVR i?h)T. 4? on Art I n. f.. tvtwffn 7th anJ Mh ?-t'?. n><l l>n? k bui ?Iit * ?1<hi i?rt> . ?tr** t?-1* ? ?" < r?'i?*d. rh^r ?t i rut- CUAS. A. tsttlili/a, iiWtJ F ml. n w. > - t hMt. - :\s*\ pie toot. II liriiiK. two |*r?rt)j le\el 1? n Kra>u? M , 1 jn?m 1 4:ii ?t ovi;?r e!>ir..tit n't" f??r ? til. ? r ?*. ewy Uruii CIiAi> A. *?11 I.LDK, lOM t ft mv. >? ? u 1 fiJH KALI ril'TY <Olx?M\L lil M H LOTS iiiMU rn>uiid. n^-iir \i -u-i *n.i n?-w w mil. flu cjM ii. iu in Tmllui. . %? fiJ iik? thljr. !.. W. IVtKN, .IR'f Muuia Ac Oo.I'M'ibe H .ildiuir, I- Ht., Htli niut 7tli ?tP. H-1ni 1 ^>K HALL - TVAtf ! II; I -* ? \ss Ij?TS IN U Droit iWk, omcL 7Oi.l?.O. ??t 37y. j*Tf?? t. A. L i. \Kl'.f K 4 ? ??.. S;i. mi i I nt? u.w. 1*i>K SALE-FOt*R I/ITS ON N hi . M AK N If . ?vh. u.w . one umI ti.r** ratrly or t? wilier, m a tMm.n u> tmu<ed>ai?* i rr? i oliuM r Adiir<r?ti or cull 4^? L%. avt^ Ktnnu Ku. H. M ]JK>B 8AI 1 v.4 ? sgrAUR 1 K TIIK Tftf. ?um>!*r aq'taie n??r n of 'quart lO'.'tft, (rtmtitir - I t?et Ktu I Ht. m -i- lueton Boiiiti rj t m?imt Kith. < ?l?eble<if eubdi%idiuir iiitu ? nmuin^r oi *\:k*A l??t? a Ik:ik' tin lor Imih ? ,? ?M-cui. t i>. j ric** i**r M^iiAre I loot 4."h\ b. 11. A UN Lit a CO.. Wio 1 ?t u.w. - KR ]' ,-<>R MALE?WK HAVF. I>KHIK18LF. LOTS IS iH'ft lot it. e. ttt nj<e? u.ailxr i : ?? c?, t aii^-.:^ i iroiij i :?t t,i 7.V. |vr liK't. L. bCun'i;i?, 14-2 j N. k. ?ve. >? 1 -Hi* ?X>B SALE-UNK LOTS - eV?iiu. . tLi viitrii to I ^*th ?t^ 3*J*H0. Cue. > and 'JUtkBte.. 7UiAi. N ai. Iwt. 17 th HI. and < D3. ?ve , r.'Cuv.OS^ lv st., U t. 1?tu ai.ti 1 Stli iU., 1. g at., !??!. 1 Vila ai.?i 1 N.n at a . ^ at , \wU 4th a d .'it li at a. n w., 44iiU?k N 1a. ave. u w^ t> i.tiil*?'??. N.H.ave.n w. ;?..** it. tr?*iiU ?J 1 at i?t., U ; K atM Bminda j*f 1?1 iS|. N t MttiaiiU i.'itii,t S^t.,l?et. N. If a\c. an ! 1 *th ?t.,'J i\ ??t.. l>?'t. HUIj and 14 tl* ft* n ? , i!w i oaav 83^ V Ht. u.a.. In t. ] .ITn auu 14th at?i.( ?OKKU. Cor. 1 tub aiui W aU. D.V^^&ia hqiiarr o47. a.i. Sq.i ir-i.uh.? <-nth half. ^>?1 -??;? LILLU ^ Ll'TIIF-FrORD. 1.10T F at. 1,OK SMJ -I>hMUABLE K?18 IN MT. I LI.AH> ant. ^ > ?0 ai.J $? -4i ? a< h J K Ht LlJX?t.I>. i- ? 1 u?r Bvllduif, 14IVOat I, OK KALK ro IjOIS in"-FAiHVfEW.M H?-> twwn I t k.:ia"t??n aiivi National ) air afomida. v;.tt llNi und troiu 5 I ?*?i? t<> if .U?(i?*.m Ii . ea?y t^-riua. 1 i:ia HiitxiiviNioii in ?.a tii*? liii*'??t iin|>rv>\? iii?'.iia and ati< r<i* au i.|?it*riu:uty lor ii.\?-ain.? in. hor l'Uta aud u !om ation an'b U> ULbl A LI N<*l Llnkl>. iuy,'4- lm <5V4 14tt at u w. 1^1 SALE?LOTH IN WAuTsAMAN ANl? rT dotit'a aildltK a to tb< ?ity ol ^ *-hi or ton. t ?rm^rlf ralM Moodk) l*aik. hla i r. t ? 11; i? ?itua:? at tba le!Uii:ji*a o! i'oiiii?t tlrut av^. cftM'iMM. mmI a lmoin? Kalorau a H? U'tiiK, lii?* u?-a* brkU'e and i.?# i ark an\?, d l.? ar by t ^ , ?rar 1 ? ? An tri? -road wi*l be **ouh rin t- d, a mart* r lia\ i;ia al'?*ad|T Itoen ol?tai:i?Hl troiu Com.-r*aM. >i-?-iai |?ri?*?<a to pev |4e t?t |Toiiiiii? e who will buiid fkne h ?u* h CaJ lor i'iat; ai>o builet in ??! t in ni'; roi^rty. JSO. V. UAO<?AM A, mylO Iim Tiki 14 I at. 1 .X>L >AI I NOOO FLI T OF GBOr\T>; N? w Ham|*a:.:re a\e. 'Jotli ano H ata., will r.iaka twelve ur iaore lota of not Ji>n than l."? t- t Iroiitiur** ai'lti KltAN lv 1* <J< ?Ndl.h, 1 4 1t at. F^OK bALLr? THAT PPLI NPTD I OT ? ti *ontboa*t Oornor >ti iiai:.? ?:? r?* avo arid r. ?t at I**r loot. 1 l.A.Vk li. I'uNid It, a&>16 1 41I -t. BUSINESS CHAN( "ES. 1 1.-V1R 8ALK-THEL\W,8TATIi?M RT AM>< KiAR st.ire. Iut,.oj jMiil?cilj liali.on?* <?f ti,? Imt re ta.l -torea in city. U. I., b >1KIC }e^-:u 31 :i 4S, a.w. I^OU SAI>-\ FIHsT-CLAKS LAl NOitV HI M nea^ esta i*t?n?- i l? ur > ? arn. on? ol tLc tineai !<?-*? ti 'UH . a barK u:i. l^.Wi 14tb at. IMF. It* I^OB hA LK ? A MR8T-CLASH RKSTArRAN' i*entral:y located, dointr a ?ro? d ? aali l>u?! f reason lor aelliiifr. Api ly l'Jtb at. n.w. >*?t fit* f^OK KALI \ SM\1.L T? i.M K ?.. ?< l aND |>ronMon at<?iv d >mjr a aj l? n?iiu caab buaUM-ta. a til Heii cheaj ; r<iu>oU lor adllLiir. o*n?*r t. tu^iii?*B ? w t. Aj\ly at oii??, I" Hi VAIL il"l st, L'Uo D at. n w. Jet>-*?5t* U'ANilD TO INVLST 44(m? 1<? IN b< ME " irood pay^Utf tUhiUiaa. Auirtut A. li. Star oflii-e. JaS-tl* 1X>RHALF STOrtriXTrRi8AXD(l<>ODWTLL ol I t d st<?p?. iin ludiiif ^ iron Li.d Uarnt hh . ^ood ?t:<nd and |ia)n# l?u-:tieMi; rt an>n lor m i'h.k !?? en (raire in oilier buaiueaa. Inquncat 1119 ?tb at. Xi. w. OffTHHAHF.S t* K1XK A FOB a ?J aaie at A' art- l > t I LANK 11 PFf/>r7F^ 1313 F street Money to loan on ?um k? aud bonda. U'AMLD-A TAUTNEK, ACT2VE OR RILLNTT II in one of the t?'Bt-i'h\iii# bnckyaraa in tbt 1>. C ; rr?^t? lur?e: all n ?*ieru Improreewite; l?artjr w,ili a l0,iX)0 aiiairood rtierenca. Adtirea.-* r O. i <*i .i, City I*. U. >-4-*i>3r B KALE ? A HAR-I'OOM IKJINO A GOOD btiMn*** 1p South \N . hinFt<n. |?rea? uf owner | iroitur to Luro|*e; rh?wi> foroaala. onl> thosr that iik ud j buaineaa ne*-d apply. 1 nature at b at. n.w. IX)R SALK ? THE LEA-E ? F CAhINO CLHB bona*- aud irrounda, lumUhed or unturui^hed. a d Ite aold to a rea.ooliMit.le |?eraoli. Mr. IV/at-ra, the manager, im aU. i; t?. , u+ ^a? r - . , ? ? r | lu-enae alrra<ly aiKurd. A?>piy ou preiiAij?rH or t<> C. C. I>1 M \ ja4-3t* 8ALE?/TVl KST-OLA SS OHOCI.KY. Llgl oR 1 and prov iaiou ator?. cent rai lor .ti?>u. d ?iti?r a r*?i4 cash biiH.ueaa; iraaou tor a ? line' rlnsiiife ol i obiim ?*. aj3l-av Addrf n t.IioCK.i, star ofline. JA bHAIU s I ? K 1'.: a I 11 - ??: ? ,. I i\ ? i?-. Mil. \ la < u lnaaa by the l>e*tan<l ahrew?lr-t 3 \ ? - r* m toa-n ^4-ot IKANK H. PL* oli:iill Fstreet. 1>liOFOIAI>?BIDS \N ILL li hi ? LIVI D FOR the r? i ?? d iuiff ??f l.e 5:li bai-tint Churrh. \er lnout avenur .bi twreu Q ana U atresia n. u , ol or le lore the loth :ii?t. 1'i .ua aud ai?*-,inratiou* < ?n be seen a; 1Ue i ciuaeiAce of Uie lirv . VK lLE. je4-4i* lTOtll^lhat u w 1;OR H Vl.SiXK OK THE JIKST HVI N(i Rt lAJL BuxlliO'Ka 111 V% aa!.liiKt-?n . liwht and rlran; < au la run wiin bttleexpciiae. r* nt lt?w, wub dvw-ili'ia t.v^r attire Reaaon lor aolline ovner La<t otiier I?umd? Ma and rani.ot ait?*T'd to botU. lioiuir now a iru id buni urMM vid im-reaaitiir. ^nl aell rheap i??r t a?b or w*ll trade ?or a ^ii.all )iou?e. block about e4,000. AdJ *?? Box 133,Start . < PEC1AL lULUATN TKIH UEKK FOR I'ARTT L'a vinif town ?agroud-tou*?d, eood casr, |H-rfrrt or* otrb ll't A l>atift I pnvLt Piano; ? x< eiltut lor hall or aioiety uae; #I0b. sil vnli >t. n.w. jel-6t no vol WANT A REAL OUOlTi III NO? 1 HAVE ta'o aharea Natit nal safe lM*|*o*it sun k for na^a. In tu \ ? . :. i r - ?. . ; -.?> a u .1 n* wonti 4i>00 it r aiinre. ili.y noa* ^aidiret ad van taa'c <?1 tUe n?*e. V ii.VNK 1L PELul ZE, 131.H K ac Jtl lw ^Olt UEXT - STOLE ^'ltf lOTH Sf . NLAR w colrsale riir\?-t fc!id La. ave. ; auitable f?>r coin miaaionor grocery bu-^neaa particuiarly Inuu.ra irJU La. ave. myl7-lm r M)N*1USULM* AND KIOKAOC bOLldiLU 0 Harlng- a very larire at ore in rood location and lar>r?- oiitaide a; av*- lt> display furniture. lM?!h tor aiwv tlou ai.d atoiiKr, we ar? luej'art d to re?*e.lve roi.Miru niei lMol b?>j- hold g'?oa? mrrcbandlae ot all iliala bor^t-a, bu?fineM. Ac. S|?M ial attention paad to raal eau.le aal?,a. bij? * day e\er> a ??anea<lvy. ROUl A Lo^LMliAL A?i tioneerw. my31-1m H37 7th at n.w. I' A.NT1.D?A 1.EUABLI ~kTrTv"uII H C01 tai to take all ; ited ia tncritliip. acuve t?r aliea^ in a a:* L kuown private B?i:kimr li um? In tbu* rttj. ue^riUK to ihi*re**e bti?ineaa. spori^lty, eoiuuiercaal diacoUUta; mveatinenta aafe and prot.table: five of buaiue<*> nj<tUM!. capital aud ae uriti* a entirely wtta iu nivr-.tor'.s t outn-i. Addivai BANlaLKS. P O boE m Wa*iiiuctou, L? C ?uyl7-lm VKOlt HALE - SltK'IL. FUTCKW ASl) <HKK> A. will oi an eataM.Mh??u Vteyintr anoe atore v aa?A lreah. claau and aiap*e. wot d i<a atacu. reaa*iual4e rwnti loim lra-e. A; ply or aidiaaa tOONuMV SHOE n.w. Uiy31 lm_ 1,^ I. 1.1 11 EK 7 L ST. N. w. f; ? Kai-'IT'S, una l^tjA.ix-a, I'.iot jT. *ud OuturioC, and b.*ouuna. Jobba?K a apeciaily . t?ati fartioi. ?mar autewL S 1 1 O COXTB ACTOK8, Bl 11DtKs, AND Ol"lit.H\ Four lilicki trim BuiMii), ou 1M ft uieiiuti D.W.. ruuii Uuilil'lu^ IHMUllU Uij Vln-lui M M. PAKKER. 1418 F ?*._ 1>>R 8ALE?LEASE AMD nXTCREM. BMloa ultit.wi.le, leat iuif. uli.U. ?:jU ,ubi. ut nalfwl ti run u! K. Op. and Cut. .1. . rent, t'/V per month; kn.? .k| ire. Jiiiur)'2u,lktU. kim, law 1117 1?U? it- u.w. my-'l-fui ttrilHL WORI.P DO MO\"E"?REMtMBEK THE A -1 erT.?tn?l Clock." RAM.sAV hmm , irt UK priif*: w.u-be. ? loatied, Al : 6r?i<um? mmia-mttaga, mumnu^l our ye?r. 41; all ' l?k ?ml jewlrj ?ork ai Uie lomct iTU-ca ku li. cilf; ?? aclf euau>titK?. 1 ?-'?-'4 FH.UW. 1>)B BALI -AT A OKKAT 8A< L1F1CE -bl OC*. J filturM. and ruod will ul ? lour-< ?i.Limbed *tor*? fTocerxe. h?nlwi.re, uL. uad vwiinto. nououa, fee.; v?Brr aUut W Hit ibr no r?Muti.bl( ofler reicMd. Call baiwMit 10 a.ni aud S pjn dally, 1 vol 4H tu a_w. Bjr8-laa_ WMJ LAI 1MI K 81BVEVOR AN D CIVIL EMM 11 Ut?r. Audnu 1 111 H>rrl?u it., iuniMu, U. OL buecial atteuUou (v aubilitiaiuu at auborbaji j ru|> eriy. uh4-:mu W ALTER "8 P ATE!tT METALLIC 8HTTOLKS And COOPEK'8 BROAD RIB ROOmrtl, Mad* Iron Con^t. Tin, and 8teal Plat*. For aud innu oaildiim, barua, at.d cutlioaaaa. lut* ly rain. Morut. and 8i?-|jroo(, eaailj appUad, V* Uauc la fiuiah, witbouc any ?ac?|<ttoDa the BE8T II THE WORLD Catalorweafiwa. AdOreaa BATIOBAI. 8HEET METAL MOOMKU CO, .MO UM SO* at. New Vurk city? or w 1L L. MODuklMR. kgwmt Mr IkM iMMtKaFAA*. 1?1H> aal? IT TjriLDISU PAPER8, MORTAL OOLOMR. Jppurtad Portlaud. R Top. Roawwlalaj^l Ami