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THE SATURDAY'S STAR.
Bright Feature* That Will Fill To
Morruw'j Twelve-Page Kdltlon.
Tbb Etisuq Stab will be Iwncd to-morrow,
as usual on Saturday, in twelve-page form.
The additional page* added to Saturday's issue
give space for a large amount of interesting
reading matter in addition to the news of the
day, covered fully aa on other days up to the
hour of going to press. Tn Stab's complete
news service, at home and abroad, and its am
ple mechanical equipment has placed it ?mnng
the leading newspapers of the country, and Its
devotion to local interests has made it consplo
no?s aa the representative paper of the national
capital. Its enterprise and continual improve
ment has maintained it in the leading position
and received recognition in the constant ex
tension of its circulation. Thb Stab provides
for its readers on Saturday something more
than a complete report of the news of the day.
Maay columns of reading matter of special
character, entertaining and instructive, are
supplied. To-morrow's Stab will be unusually
bright and readable. Among the attractive
features specially prepared for this issue are
the following:
MEN OF ENERGY (Illustrated)j
Accounts of the livea of some of the success
ful real-estate men of Washington.
SWORDS AM) DAGGERS (Illustrated):?
The development of the sword as shown at
the national museum.
YOUTH. WIT, AND BEAUTY (Illustrated):?
Some of the young ladies who adorn official
society circles.
MRS. HARRISON'S HOUSEKEEPING>
The revolution that has been made in the
domestic economy of the White House.
IN IRISH TENNIS COURTS:?
An account of the recent matches from Thb
Stab's special correspondent.
THE BEAUTIES OF TAKOMA PARK:?
Continuation of Thb Star's history of the
growth of suburban Washington.
THE SECRET OP BEAUTY:?
The value of wholesome exercise and rational
employment for women.
AN ORIENTAL MONACO:?
The past glories and present degredation of
the city of Macao.
THE BELLES OP THE BATH??
Pretty scenes in a Turkish bath establish
ment, described by a fair bather.
REAL ESTATE GOSSIP:?
Recent events land their effect oa building
operations of the city.
THE JUSTICE OP THE GODS:?
A dramatic love story.
SUNDAY NIGHT IN NEW YORK:
A Stab correspondent describes som lively
scenes he saw there.
SOMETHING ABOUT DIPHTHERIA:?
Suggestions as to how to prevent its develop
ment.
PIES AND ESSAYS:?
Sew features that mark tho closing of the
public schools.
HOME MATTERS:?
Practical suggestions for practical house
keepers.
FARM AND GARDEN:?
Matters of interest to all engaged in horti
culture or farming.
PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Handv and family
have gone to Oakland, Md., where they will
spend tbe summer.
^ Mrs. Richard A. Arnold have issued
cards for the wedding of their daughter. Addle,
v 5ic J W* Croons at Christ church,
Wednesday evening, the Urth.
Mrs. Dr. John A. Daly has returned to the
city and will remain about two weeks, prior to
her departure for Martha s Vineyard; where
she will spend the summer.
Commodore Wm. K. Mayo has lately fitted
np his handsome residence on Iowa circle, and
he and his brother, Geo. U. Mavo. and wife are
uow residing there. Mrs. Geo.' Mayo presides
over the domestic affairs.
Mrs. M. G. Watts, sister of Lieut. Graham,
who was on the Trenton, lost at Samoa, is vis
iting friends on O street.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Geoffrey Parsons left
Washington to-dav for Boston and Dublin, New
Hampshire, where they will paM the summer.
Mr*. {Harrison, accompanied by her father,
a Brown- Mrs. McKee s two
iBUdren and three maids arrived at Cape May
la? evenmg. Mr*. Harrison and the members
of her household occupy Mr. Wanamaker's cot
tage. lh? 0f Toomt which ihe wU, Q<>
cnpv faces the ocean and is so arranged as to
catch all its breezes. Mrs. Harrison will re
main at Capo May about a month. Mrs. McKee
will Jo?> her children some time next week,
{resident Harrison and Postmaster-General
wanamaker expect to visit Cape May next Fri
day and remain two or three days.
Mrs. Gen. Haskin and her granddaughter.
^ Pa"*", left to-day for Highland
liJh' r t* x. ny wlUt ,Ptnd the summer
with Mrs. Capt. Miller, whose husband is at
present building Fort Sheridan, near Chicago
General and Mrs. Van Vliet expect to go
iuerhr<!W,t'Urr' K' i" ?ext week for th* ?am
Mr*- R. Jacob# baa returned to the city
?*>?h^?^mftor4 long TUlt 10 reUUve<
CoL and Mrs. G. A. Woodward and Miss
!??n! 1elt week ,or their summer
Lome in the A1 egbenies, at Eagles Mere, Pa,
wb*re they will be joined by Mr. H. a Wood
, 0 ** J"** completing his junior rear
at Yale university. 3
R?v. Dra. Butler and Parson are in Allegheny
rn,d,m.?,he the *enenU ?juod of
l?x ar? t^ u.Cil'?r,'h; ?r AJb"rt ??? M'
rims L jJj tea from this city to the
She Understood English.
There were two women in the Police Court
this morning tor peddling without licenses.
They wore calico dresses and each had on her
arm a basket containing strings, beads, crosses
ami other articles represented to be from the
Holy Land. They could not speak much En
tint's what Prosecuting-Attor
ney 8h illinicton told u,e COurt. --Btep up her* "
?J.dthe judge to the prisoner* xL^ou^r
of the two women stepped forward and said
tioEldh Enghsh." Judge Miller ques
co^Cermn* t?r business and she
said that they had lust arrived from Baltimore
^ T2r,eJE0,a* ?? Hichmoud to-night Turninit
toward Officer Hodges, who arrested them, the
'?Oh, bo." said the woman.
! bujWn??- you he." [Laughter 1
?Bid ^ju'lge^?^
The Judge took their personal bonds.
Spend* Moat of Hl? Tln?? In PHson.
Detective Carter has arrested Andrew Hen
Bing on a charge of housebreaking, and the
*?* wtu *>? *ried in the Police Court to
morrow. The prisoner has served twenty
sentences in jail and one in the penitentiary
In each case he was convicted of stealing carl
*nd that ?>e charge now
Afraid of Langs ton.
Frank Langston wm charged before Judge
Miller to-day with threatening James Richard
Ma, who told Judge Miller that he wm afraid
?* Laagstoo. He admitted that he had ss
he ,M afraid of him.
aa Hiehaedsoe owed him
bis personal bonds to keep the peace.
rrti^T?;,2"Irw7* Obatofabbbtb.
FTaacis smith Marlowe is the name at .
r^id1? hti}f *M,tlem*n on Capitol Hill who,
in addition to certain graces ana Jollv wm i>
distinguished. He is'STp^d of
?hm (rudpsmiti, four ou the mother's side
SISSnsaKte
mtod, and a short ttase ago in the same fami
ly? ?v? generations were living at the same
55*: J"* J0*** gentleman doean t make any
SUMMING UP RKSULTS.
Washington's Liberal Contribution* for
the Flood Sufferers.
OT** TTTTt THOrSAJTD DOLLARS I* CASH AXD A
laeoe QCAXTTTT OV CLOTHIXO AXD Slrrun
orvsx bt the cmmi or ths district *o u
LISTS THOSS ATTLICTSD ?* TBI BLOODS.
The amount of clothing and supplies for the
flood sufferers handled by the citizens' relief
committee was very large. The total number
of boxes of clothing sent away from the city
was 303, distributed as follows: Johnstown,
158;Lockhaven. Pa., 9;Munoey, Pa., 8; Williams -
port, Md., 0; Williams port, Pa., a-, Chesapeake
and Ohio canal, 17.
local relif.p.
Quite a large quantity of supplies of clothing
and food was sent to the rooms of the As
sociated Charities in this city, where they will
be distributed to the needy in this city and
vicinity.
Mr. E. Kurtz Johnson, the treasurer of the
citizen's relief committee, to-day sent a check
for #100 to Dpton Darby, at Seneca, Md., for
distribution among the flood sufferers in that
vicinity.
CASH contributions AHocrmjro re OTKl Ttm
THOUSAND OOLLAHSl
The following contributions were received
yesterday by Treasurer Johnson after the re
port closed in Tu Stabs
Additional collections by Mrs. J. D. Hyer?
J. M. Emory, #2; also a box of fruits, mnmui
meats, and jellies for sick at Johnstown.
Additional collections by Aalional Tribune
Hectathorne Post, 47, O. A. K., Tecumseh,
Neb., 910; McCook Post. 51, O. A. R., #10:
Samuel Jamison, Soldiers' Home.Marshalltown,
Iowa, #5; Baptist church, Truxton, N.Y.. #4.07.
Additional collections bv H. L. Cranford?
Wm. Z. Partello, #1; W m. Hendersou, #1;
Francis Fitasimmonu, tl; J. McMahon, 65
cents; B. Hatcher, 60 cents: J. T. Cecil, 60
cento: J. W., *1. ^
Additional subscriptions by Navy depart
ment through M. H. Thompson?Carpenter L.
J. Davis, ?50; New York yard, #58: Capt G. C.
1 nicy, #10. Making a total to date of #2,
185.05. The department, through letters from
officers all over the country, learns that quite a
large sum was contributed to local organiza
tions before the ? circular" had reached them,
which would greatly increase the above total.
ToUl collections by Washington city relief
committee, #40.444.39; other Washington col
lections, #10,211.36; total Washington city.
#50,655.75. "
THS PACIFIC BUTLDIXO BELIXP TUXD.
Mr. H. J. Gray, the chairman of the com
mittee organized for the relief of the Johns
town sufferers, with headquarters at the Pa
cific building, has sent a detailed report of the
work of the committee to the citizens' relief
committee. He states that the total contribu
tion made through the committee amounted to
#667.10. In addition a large quantity of cloth
ing and supplies was dispatched. The com
mittee was composed of the following named:
H. J. Gray, Armat 8 tod dart, Mrs. Grace M.
8tod dart, James H. Vermilya, Dr. 8. W. lio(ran,
Wm. Berlin, Geo. E. W. Sharrette, Miss Julia
Maedel, and Mrs. Anna Wilson. The committee
wan organized on the evening of the 2d instant
at the residence of Mr. Armat Btoddart and
went at once to work. When the general re
lief committee was organized they co-operated
with them.
PUBLIC SCHOOL PUPILS HILP THS CAUSE.
The entertainment given by the pupils of the
Towers grammar school at Odd Fellow's hall,
Navy Yard, last evening, under the manage
ment of Miss Nellie Mack, for the benefit of the
Johnstown and C. and O. sufferers, was a bril
liant success both financially and artistically.
The hall was crowded to its utmost capacity.
The program was as follows: Opening chorus
by the school: piano solo, Miss Josephine Ku
bel; wand drill, Capt. H. G. Kimball, leader;
vocal solo, Miss Hattie Meades; recitation, Mr.
S. E. Kramer; flag drill, Capt. Ferree, leader;
quartet. Misses Meade*, Kimball, Kubel, and
Mmonds; military drill by the High School
Prize Cadets, Capt. Ferree, leader; chorus,
Good Night, by the school. The feature of the
evening was an original poem written for the
occasion by Mrs. Beth L Clark, entitled the
'?Johnstown Disaster,'' and delivered by Mr. 8.
E. Kramer. The following took part in the
drill: Misses Himonds, Dushane, A. Wilson, J.
Wilson. Baden, ltucker. Turner, N. Pnmphrv,
Sheffield, Dunn, Chandler, Lyons, KaLlert,
Nicholson, Swingle. Diver, Hodges, Smith, Tay
lor. Harlan, Cubel, Carmody, Ockert, Johnson,
Blaine, Gatchello, Barstow, Durfee and Eut
wistle: Messrs. Chamberlin, J. H. Ford, 8. C.
Ford Gough, Grafton, Kleinschmidt. LaFetra,
Miller. Koss, Lawyer. Vale, and White. Messrs.
C. W. Hesse, C. 8. Albert. H. Burroughs, and
J. Spriugman acted as ushers. The Great Falls
ice company furnished the ice and coolers,
gratis. Miss Mack will clear about #100 on
ncr entertainment
THS CH1XSSS COXTRrBUTIOX.
The Chinese Sunday school, which holds its
meetings Sunday afternoons at the church of
the Ascension, has manifested its sympathy
for the flood sufferers by voluntarily contri
buting through Ths Stab the sum of #30 for
the Johnstown sufferers and #17.25 for the un
fortunates along the canal. The Sundav school
is under the charge of Mr. Browne Lawrence,
as superintendent. The collections were made
through the efforts of Mr. Pun War bang and
Chong Lee, who state that not one of their
countrymen declined to contribute something.
In addition to the money they donated un
claimed clothing on hand, amounting in value
to #15 to #20, which has been turned over to
the proper authorities.
ths "post" xxtertaixmsxt at ths bijou.
The entertainment given Wednesday evening
at the Bijou theater, under the auspices of the
W ashington Pott, and Mr. Harris, the proprie
tor of the theater, for the benefit of the flood
sufferers, netted the haudsoue sum of #258.85.
AT THS BOBTOX STORE.
Woodward A Lothrop report the following
contributions of clothing, bedding, Ac., for the
benefit of the Chesapeake and Ohio canal suf
ferers: B. B. H. Lawrence, Mrs. Colin, 1014
12th street; Mrs. Moore, 1318 S street; Mrs.
Bussius, 636 10th street northeast; Mrs. Heck,
809 9th street northwest; G. K. Wilson, 203 A
street southeast; "A Friend;" Mrs. Fulton, 1218
Pennsylvania avenue; Mrs. A.: Mrs. P. A.
Simous, 1420 N street; Mrs. Rlordan, 922 Penn
sylvania avenue southeast, and 1623 6th street
northwest. Mrs. J. sends #2. Woodward ft
Lothrop's delivery wagons will call for all
packages npon request.
BYXPATHT FRO* ABROAD.
The President has caused to be referred to
the Secretary of State telegrams expressive of
deep sympathy with the people of the United
States, on account of the recent Johnstown dis
aster, from his honor, John Harris, mayor of
Sydney, Australia; Mr. Edwin Grove, of New
port, Monmouthshire. England; the Hon. H. A.
Atkinson, Premier, Wellington, New Zealand,
and His Honor Mayor Galloway, of Brisbane,
Australia. To each of these gentlemen the Sec
retary of State has made fitting and prompt re
ply in the name of the President aud of the
United States. Another telegram from the
general manager of the Lion fire Insurance
company of London of the 6th instaat, ex
pressed a desire, on behalf of the directors
thereof, to contribrte one thousand dollars to
the relief fund of the sufferers by the flood.
The President, through Mr. Blaine, accepted
this voluntary donation on behalf of the stricken
sufferers ana requested the manager to.deliver
the money to uie United States minister at
London to be forwarded here.
The Catholic University Site litle.
In the Court in General Term, to-day, the
case of Cardinal Gibbons against David Daly
et al. was vargued and submitted. The object
of this ease is to remove a cloud on the title of
the site of the Catholic university, included in
what was once "Turkey Thicket," and in which
the jdefendants claim a tenth interest JThe
property was, prior to 1803, owned by Henry
Daly and since then has been in the possession
of the Middleton family, and it is alleged that
the failure to record a payment made three
fourths of a century ago ereates the flaw. The
cardinal offers to pay all found to be due.
LOOKS LUCE MO AMERICA'S CUP
HACK,
Bat the Valkyrie May Meet the Volun
teer on the Marblehead Course.
rrom ths Haw York Sun, To-day
It seems to be pretty well understood now
among the members of the New York yacht
club that Lord Dunraven'a Valykrie will not
?ail against the Volunteer for ths America's
cap. Lord Dunraven, however, will undoubt
edly bring over the yacht en a pleasure cruise,
and will enter her in the race for the Goelet
cup. Another rsoe which has been talked of
for some time will probably be over the Mar
blehead oourae, ana in this the Valkyrie will
also take part It will be for seventy-foot
yachtaLand will be for a valuable subscription
cap. The arrangements are being made by
the New York yacht clnb and we Eastern
yacht club, and yachts of both elaba will be
entered. It is here probably that the Volun
teer and the Valkyrie will meet
AN OVERDOSE OF BROMIDIA.
Tk? Sad Death of Mr. Melville C. Sha
tter.
_ A powerful doee of bromidia, taken to calm
dtaturbed urm, vu the cause of M r. Melville
"j!** 1?1 ni*hl Shortly after 6
o clock Mr. Shuster, then on his way home, en
tered Appier's restaurant in Georgetown and
ordered wuie. He engaged in conversation
with the bartender and waa aa bright and pleas
ant ss usual. He left the place bat soon re
turned and requested permlaaion to reat in a
^^indtheb"- PriTileK8 waa ao
corded him and oocasional glances at him, after
he sat down in a chair, gave reasonable ground
for the supposition that he waa aaleep. The
attention of Mr. Appier waa first called to Mr.
Shuster when the Utter feU ont of the chair
and remained proatrate and helpless upon the
na?*r?nf0tknVr,"?n? could understand the
* ?topor which afflicted the unfor
Mr. Creaawell, a clerk in Crop
?mn?r? p*P?#, in and discovered an
empty bottle labelled "Bromidia," and the
^1")mV lWM lt ''nee explained
41*touo% summoned and every
"?? 10 ?'T# 4008 ?0 the relaxed
YSESfrf.yfrS- . Dr#- Peter. Mackall and
w . V1** **? P<?"ble to rouse their
^entjmt without avail, and at twelve nun
i rtertorona breathing
ceasea and the unconciousness waa made per
manent
The coroner waa notified and the bodv waa
??i?. y?? residence of the deceased's
family, 1821 N street.
WHAT DE PZTZB BATS.
Dr. Peter is the Shuster family physician,
and he said that he was oertain that death waa
the result of the ignorance of the deceased as
to the deadly power of a large dose of bromidia.
cfume few d?y* past, said the doctor,
-nr. shuater has been very well, indeed, but
previous to that he waa extremely nervous,
?for this he waa treated with bromidia. I pre
another of those nervous spells came on
and he endeavored to cure himself."
Mr. Shunter was well known in this city, bein?r.
a member of the firm of William M. Hhiister <fc
Hons, dry goods dealers, at 91U Pennsylvania
avenue. He was in the fortieth year of his ago
and married. .
NO ISQtTIBT.
Coroner Patterson saw the body this morning
. and said he deemed an inquest unnecessary,
I whereupon Dr. Peter gave a certificate ?.f death
which ascribes the cause to an overdose of
bromidia.
The funeral will take place from St. John's
church, Georgetown, at 3 p. m. bunday.
3IONROTE, THE GOLDSMITH.
Suppose d to be In New York?Recovery
of Fifteen Watches he had Pawned.
The police have not yet obtained any clew
as to the whereabouts of A. Monrote, the gold
smith who recently disappeared from this city
after pawning a number of watches, as hereto
fore mentioned in The Stab, but it is thought
that he is in New York. Frank Monrote, a son
of the missing man, went to New York about
two weeks ago. His father said that he had
gone to the Paris exposition, but, notwithstand
ing that statement. Frank soon returned, and
then his father went away. Thus far Inspector
Julock has recovered from pawnshops about
fifteen watches that were given to Monrote by
jewelers to repair. Complaints of about thirty
more missing watches have been made.
The Death Record.
During the twenty-four hours ending at noon
to-day deaths were reported to the health office
as follows: Saidie Boyle, white, 6 months;
Adam Leimbach, white, 39 years; Elsie M.
Coleman, white, 11 months; John T. McFar
land, white, 8 months; Mary Keliher, white, 63
years; Catharine M. Evans, white. 44 years;
Michael Welsh, white, 66 years; Edward II.
Boose, white. 20 years; John A, Bowen, colored,
1 vear; George fl. Hmothers, colored. 32 years;
Martha W hite, colored, 40 years; Emma Car
ter, colored, 25 years.
Gone to Philadelphia to be Married.
John M. Hauree, of Pennsylvania, was
brought from Woodbridge on the Alexandria
and Fredericksburg railroad to the station
house in Alexandria yesterday evening by
Lieut. James Smith, of the Alexandria police
force. The prisoner was accompanied by Mag
gie Taney, with whom he had left Phenixville,
Pa., and by Geo. W. Taney, the girl's father!
who bad charged Hauree, as telegraphed to
the 8tab yesterday, with the abduction of his
?laughter. The girl acquitted Hauree of ab
duction acd said she had freely gone with him
Hauree decjared that they had run off together
to get married, but that on arriving in Viririnia
they found that as the girl was under age and
both non-residents, he could not get a marriage
license. He gave no reason why he did not
marrv the girl in this city, where there would
have been no difficulty in getting a license.
He professed his willingness to carry out his
engagement to marry Miss Taney on their re
turn to Philadelphia, and the father, having
n,l8 consent, the bridal party left for
Philadelphia and passed through this city on
the evening train.
Amusement Notes.
A Gabdex Pabtv will be held at the Metro
politan M. E. church thU evening by the vounj?
people. There will bo refreshment#, rnubic
anil many other interesting features.
Edel'h Hcmmeb GABPEN.-There will be a
concert every night at Edel's summer garden
E street, between 7th aud 8th northwest by
the best musicians in the city. '
New National TiiEATia.-There will be a
dramatic entertainment, under the auspices of
the Citizens Belief committee, for the benefit
of the Chesapeake and Ohio canal sufferers at
the New National Theater, by the Bohemians,
to-morrow night. Two plays, "Mv Turn Next"
and "Nan, the Oood-for-Nothing," will be the
leading attractions, though Profs. Williams and
Bussell and other talent will participate in the
program. Reserved seats may be had at Kills
music store.
The Westebw Presbyterian Chfbch will
give a lawn party to-night at the church, on H
street between 19tb and 20th streets, at which
M,.e?j?yv''? entertainment will be presented
S Mieado" was revived at Albaugh's
opera house last night, and Hs rendition evi
dently pleased the large audience present. Miss
Alice Carle made a charming appearance as
Nankipoo, but her voice failed to give the sat
isfaction in the concerted music that a male
tenw would. That is not depreciating Miss
Carle s vocal ability in the least, fcr she is
really superior in that respect to most of those
bywhom she is surrounded; but no woman can
acceptably cope with a score written for a male
voice. Miss Lamont's Yur^lumia the best
thing she does, and she was exceedingly grace
ful in her action last night The othlrcWc
ters were well sustained, and the chorus and
orchestra were all that could be desired.
^Thismoraing, in the Criminal Court, Carl
Burt, indicted for larceny, waa released on his
personal recognizance.
thi^^wv^U* *ol?red b?y. was fined tlO in
Water to-day for assaulting Willie
ALEXANDRIA.
Reported for The Evxwrno Stab.
Fireman's Fo*ebai??The Friendshin Fir?
company (1774) attended at9o'clock this morn
&e?!"QeT*\ot *1^? Henry Herbner from
his house on King street, between Washington
h Asaph The funeral was attended
also by the Catholio beneficial society, of which
the deceased was member, and the funeral ser
vices took place at St. Mary's church. The
casket was borne to its last resting place upon
a ear made from the hose carriage and drawn
by members of the Friendship company in uni
I4ch*rd k Oarne, superintend
ent of schools, has received his new commis
(Wthf??1 board of education for a
further term of four years, and yesterdav he
took the oath of office before Justice Whiftle
The corporation court still continues in
session. All the untried criminal cases have
been noL prossed except the cases against Nel
son and Ruhards, aad they will be tried at the
next term. The grand Jury returned into oourt
last evening indictments against Geo. Baier W
Co and W P W PS*''
Co. and W. P. Wools for violating Sunday law
?^ "loand ^ Christ church
yard mil be decorated with flowers next Satur
day afternoon.?Mr. Joseph 8. Beach chosen
at the last election justioe of the peace for the
??eond ward, has qualified before Judge Not
The oonntr clerk advertises for propo
Mis for building two bridges over Four-mile
Bun, one at Carta's Springs and the other at
Four-mile Bun.?-The remains of a still-born
b*be were found in the marsh near Jones' point
yesterday and buried by the police authorities.
The Alexandria musical association has
trover one hundred members. Its number
is limited to one hundred and sixteen Mr
Thomas Scott has bought,"?
and lot on Fairfax street, near Duke, occupied
? ?1?Ef*2 by Mr. F. L. Entwisle.?-The
Postal telegraph company has brought its
thiflins. " begin the work of putting up
WANTED-HELP.
WASTED-A MAN WELL BECO MM ENDED
M who can rut msat and understands selling grocer
ies at 1800 4H St. s. w. lt*J
WA1ITUX-A WOMAN FOB G1NEBAL BOCSE
vT work. Apply ?* out* at 831 git n.w. It*
WANTED?AN EXPEBIBNCED WHIT* GIRL
for cooking and general bouaevpork; nowaahtug.
food Apply 728 7th at. n.w. It'
\VA>TKD-A OOOD DRESSMAKER TO WOBE
" In private family by Un week; moil be lipid. 516
2d it n.w. It*
W^NTE^-GOOD WAIST AND SKIRT HANDS.
TV Apply 005 Pa ave. n.w. >14-2t*
YlTAXTED-MEN AND WOMEN OOOKsTilO TO
" lit. Chambermaids,!Laundresses.Drivers.WUt*
Shirt Ironers, Gardeners, Farm aud Dairy Men. Help
of all kinds. DICK'S Agency, 8137 th at. o. w. It*
WONTED-WOMEN COOKS, ?10T0 MO; CHAM
* f bermalds, nurses and laundresses. tn city or away;
waiters, dmer* or farm hands; culored men cooks.
BAM'LA.OOOMBE. Of sfcn.w. Jel4-8t*
WANTED-A BOY AS HBLPER IN CANDY FAC
tory; on* with experience preferred. Apply at
314 Pennsylvania are. aw. It*
"vyANTED?STRONG ACTIVE WHITE BOY, 17
it IV. who understands mllklnir. and mowinir
it IB. who understands milking, and mowing
grass, for gentlemans plsce un heights. Recommen
datlous as to sobriety, honesty and Industry required.
Apply ltg3'-'8 th St. n.w. )elV2t*_
fANTED?A GIRL, COMPETENT HOUSEMAID
preferred, city inferences
n.w. )el4-2t*
ANTED - AGENTS - INVESTMENT. ? THE
WANTED-A GIBL. COMPETE
and waltreea. German proferrt
required. Apply at 1823 28th St.
best payinv investment you can make is in the
of the 1e "
w
stock of th'e "Inter-State Bulld'm* and Loan Associa
tion. Yon can double your money every six years,
lhe stock is raid fur by monthly payments of 75 ccnts
8er share. The Interest of members la protected by
tste inspection. Send for circulars. INTER-STATE
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
It* MlnneaiHjlln, Minn.
ANTED-A SINGLE, STEADV MAN IN A CI
gar store. State where last employed, with refer
ence. Address CIGARS, Star office. It'
WANTED-AT ONCE-A~GOOD COOK, AT 218
WUi st. n.w. It
WANTED?TWO GOOD 8EAM8TKE-SE8, DBESS
makers preferred, at 1113Est^n.w. lt*_
W ANTED^MEN TOHELL SHETLAND MOUN
V1 tain ponies; sample pair free on business-like
conditions; largest herd spotted or fancy colored
ponies in the world. Letters answered if self-ad
dressed stami'ed envelope Is inclosed. B. VANKAt'B,
Bourne, Kendall oouuty, Texaa. je!4-2t*
AET ANTED ? HEAD WAITERS AND CARVERS
11 for resorts; women for Philadelphia and else
where ; this city; chamber maids, cooks, waiters, farm
and dairy hands, Mk (Baggage room, trpnks stored.*
Jel3-2t* bUltNU^M a, 010 Oth st. n.w.
WANT ED-GOOD COOK, WASHER AND IRONEB
v 1 to go north at once. Call 202o Hlliyer Place.
>13-3f
AVANTED-A WHITE OIBL AS CHAMBERMAID.
11 Callat327 4* st. s.w. Jel&3t*
WANTED-A MIDDLE-AGED COLORED WOMAN
to take care of young baby. Apply at 1111 9th
St. u.w. Jel3-3t?
WANTED-ONE GOOD BIOGF.B AND ONE CAB
_ peuter.^33 Corcoran building. Jel3-2t*
ANTED?A WHITE GIKL TO DO GENERAL
v T housework and to assist In taking care of child;
mast have good references. Apply at No. 704 V st.
U. w. Jel3-3t*
WANTED-A METTLED COLORED WOMAN TO
cook, wash and Iron In a small lawily. Apply to
Mra. HTINEMKTZ Keuesaw ave., between 14th
and 1 oth sta.. Mount Pleasant j. !:?-.?
WANTED-A COLORED "WOMAN TO MIND A
child. one who is williug to travel. Apply, with
references, 1333 Wallach Place n.w. Jel3-3t*
WANTED-A GENTLEMAN A BOOT TWENTY
" live years old can Hud a place aa collector; must
have experience and come well recommended. Ad
dress B. F., Star office. Jel3-2t*
WANTED?EXPERIENCED SALESLADY IN A
dry goods business, must be well recommended.
Apply at once at 1028 l'euna. ave. n. w. Jel3-3t
WANTED?FIRST-CLASS KHIRT OPKRaFoUS;
uo other need apply. P. T. HALL, 621 ] 1th at.
n.w. Jel3-2t*
WANTED-A GOOD GERMAN GIRL FOR GENE
v v ral housework at THEO. PLITT'S, Oth and y sta.
n. w. Jel3-3t*
WANTED-AN HONEST RESPECTABLE WOMAN
to cook, wash, iron, and must slay nights. Apply
735 13th st. n. w. Je 12-31*
WANTED^-AN AGENT FOR EVERY COUNTY
and city in Pennsylvania and Maryland to sell
Eureka Insect Fluid. Very little capital Is needed.
Profits large. Every family needs It. Agents already
in the field sell it rapidly. Call or address J, L ROVER
? CO., 313 4)4 st s.w. Jel2-3t
\V ANTED-A WHITE OIRL TO COOK AND DO
v v housework In a family of three; no washing. Ap
ply to 1252 loth st. n w. Jel2-3t*
\V~A NTEIi?AN~ HON EST, CAPABLE WOMAN, TO
vv cook, wash and Iron. Good wages. Call at 3310
U St., Georgetown, D. C. Jel2-3t*
\yANTKD?STUDENTH AND TEACHERS EAKN
11 large pay during vacation as agents lor our war
ranted Trees and shrubs. J. E. WHITNEY, Nursery
man. Rochester, N. Y. Jel2-eo3t
\y AN TED - DUNDORE'S EMPLOYMENT BIT
vv reau, conducted by ladies, men and women,
white and coiored, tor all kiudn of domestic labor, lor
District and states, with reitfreUcea. 717 M st. u.w.
Jell lm
WANTED-A GOOD RELIABLE YOUNG MAN
11 for delivery of goods; must lis\e grnsl address and
couie well recommeuded. Apply SWISS STEAM
LAUNDRY. Jel l-4t
WANTED?LADY AGENTS TO SELL THE MME.
Williamson Corset. lurgent sale of any patent
corset in the market; good territory. Apply Ag? nts
Manager, IS S. Oth St., St. Jxjiils, Mo. jeK-~>w
ANTED?CHAMBERMAIDS, NURSES FOR
r Cajie May and Atluucie City. Housewomen, men
ami boys for Washington. Applications tur g< vern
im nt positious prejwred and hied, till' IN i ELL1
OEM t OFFICE, . 11 G U.w. jtH-til'
VV ANTED-AUENTS, EITHER SEX, FOR BOT
vv tied Electricity . greatest Catarrli and Headache
Cure ever seen, some agents are making toOaday.
Address U. 8. HOME Air G. CO., E. Dept.. Chicago,
Ills. . j.S-Ot*
\V ANTED-MAN AGER, ON SALARY ?2,000 PER
11 year, to open blanch office in your locality. bu?i
tiesa purely menantile; one that will inspire you with
pride, pleasure,ami pront; trade established; no cau
vassingor i eddling; a rare opportunity. J. E. SHEP
ARD. 25 and 27 W. oth st., t incinnati, Ohio. my24
\V AN 1 ED?LEA It N EltS FOR PROF. CHRIST
v 1 NElt'S New International Tailor System ol Dress
Slid Garment Cutting with inch rule and tape measure
alone, no scales, ai.d the culy system used that la
based upon s> lentihe tailor principles. System taught
I) Mine. s. J. Jitsstii, 1303 11 st.n.w. myl5-lm*
WANTED?SITUATION S._
\\TANTED-BY A YOCNG WHITEMAN A S1T
V V nation to do any kind of work: tully reliable and
competent; h'uuest and lndustr lous; s|>eaks French
snd ueruiau. AtUiress 1300 3d st. s.w. it*
WANTED-A SITUATION TO Do PLAIN OOOK
lug, washing and iruinug In small private .'uunly;
no ob> etlon ?>ta> ing nights; nrst-clasa references. Ad
dress M. E. C . :.*> 10th st. n.w. It*
\\T ANTED-GO TO DICK'S AGENCY lOR COUK8,
11 Housemaids, Waitress, Nurses, i^tundress, jUoacb
men, Lutlers, Walters and general Housework. 013 . th
St. n.w. Also European Steamship agent. It*
WANTED?BY A COLORED WOMAN WHO* CAN
furnish good reference a place lu nurse or to do
housework. Apply 211 Mass. ave. n w. It*
WANTED - AT HEADUUAR1 ERS? POSITIONS
v v lor cooks, cliamb rinald, waitress, laundress and
nurses, seamstress. Men waiters, cooks, coachmen,
butlers. SAM'l. A. COOMBL, 020 F st. u.w. Jel4-0l
\j|f ANTED?BY TWO RESPECTABLE-WHITE
" girls, situations; one as cook, other as chamber
msid; no objection to leave city tor the summer; ref
erence given. Please call at 1022 K st. n.w. Jel3-2t*
\VAN1ED-BY a YOUNG MAN WITH A KNOW
v v ledge ol short-hand writing, a Position aa copyist.
Good relerencus. Address COP 11ST, Star office.
Jel3-3t*
\\TAN 1ED -liV TWO COLORED GIBL8, PLACES
11 with iamilles going out ol towu tor the summer,
one as cook or laundress, the other ss chambermaid;
good references. Call 1 110 21st st. u w. Jcl3-3t*
\B7AM1 ED?BY-A COMPETENT WHITE ono*
Tv Situation in a private (atuily as chaiut>eniiaid or
general housework in small iauuly; no washing or
ironlUK, willing to travel; city reicreuce; 32 Maasa
chusetts ave. n.w. Jel3-2t*
WANTED-SITUATIONS FOR COOKS^WAIT
v v ers, N.aids, Drivers, House keepers, Bartenders,
Seamstresses, Hostlers, Kiuheu, larin, and Dairy
Hands, Kr. (Cities, country, and resorts.! Bl i.N
HAM'S, 010 Oth st.n.w. Jel3 -'t*_
WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE COLORED
woman a place as waitress or nurse; willing to
leave the city. best reiereucea. Call or aduress cor.
Pandulst sts. n.w. Jel2-3t*
WANTED?BY RESPECTABLE ENGLISH COU^
pie place to look alter property or mind and clean
house for sutiuuer for small pay; can luruish good
reference*. Address W. A., 00 G St. s. w. Jel2-3t*
ANTED?HOUSEKEEPERS, "A^TENTIOjFH
Order your servants, rooms registered, no
cliarge. Clerks furnished. Applicatious lor govern
ment positions prepared at CITY INTELLIGENCE
OFFICE. Excursion UckeU sold. 711 G n.w. JeS-Ot*
WANTED-HOUSES.
w
WANTED-BY TWO GENTLEMEN THE CARE
of s house during owner's absence; will retaiu
servant or make other satisfactory arrangements. Ad
dress SUMMER TWO, Star office^ Jel4-2t<^
WANTED-JUNE 30, OR LATER, BY CAREFUL
tenants, no children, choice 8 or it-room bay-w in
dow brick, bet. 12th and lstli, K and R u. w. Preier
furnace, uo baaemeut, W. or N. side; iiermanenL L.,
ltoom 7. Lower floor. Treasury. Jell-Ot*
WANTED?FOB A CLIENT, A FURNISHED
11 house of 11 or 12 rooms, iu s nice nelghbornood,
west of 14th st; rent to begin Sept 1.; will pay <150
t>er month for the right house.
Je8-lw WASH'N DANENHOWEB, 1115 F st n w.
WANTED?ROOMS.
?WANTED?TWO OR THREE UNFURNISHED.
11 second floor Rooms; between G and L, 8th and
12th sts. Price moderate. Address FRANKLIN, Star
office. ? Jel4-2t
ANTED?A SECOND-STORY FRONT BOOM
cheap. Answer st once, stating price and loca
tion. Address J. S. T.. Star office. it*
ANTED?A LADY AND DAUGHTER, HAVING
oonsldwshls furniture, want three rooms on first
or secoud floor, with or without board, where they
can have a home; price must be moderate. beat of
reiereucea given and required. Address HOME. Stir
office. Jel4-2t*
WANTED?COUNTRYBOARdT
WANTED?COUNTBY BOARD FOB MAN. WIFE"
and baby one year old i convenient to Waabing
tou. Address, sUting particulars, G. H. E , Star
office, Jel4-2t*
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
w ANTKD-TRY kCRIBNER. best butterine.
11 HOo. j-ound ; cooklutf, 15c. WsrraDted not to gmt
JSS3B5L*^{r4 ^"LM^rCS?^
goes farther than Hog's Lard. Fbr Milt en'gto t\e
WANTED?PABLOB FTBNITUBE U P H O L~
ftered; Mattresses made over; woi'
vv fiefea; ?atueesss maue over; wore done In a
neat and subsuutial manner; slip covers cat and
DMjtojperfect fit guaranteed. U. NELSON, 1223GO.W.
"WANTED-HOBBES TO PASTURE AT tft m
11 month, grain feed ?'? ?
Order box Friosi i
ruyl. eight miles
W ANTED?HOUSEHOLD AND OFFICE FUB"
11 itureof every description. Also store Fixtures
and Stocks at Merchandise. Irtilnm, CAJULToN. 830
Kstn-w, uy24-lw
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
w cutting made east.
?$a ?"
BmkIx cat and baated luuiui muwM to
*->*? >14-?f
?s!Mr.tt?fitr "a'""
"JV ^5.TSD~TO pckchasi a small tbeadle
atatinnnaka. jjrtgj*}-..
W AT 480 PgXKA. AVT:
niiL!5!ff ? compartmenta for housaNUd and
TiV^lu> ? ^!!5,w
W rar? wH-BAIi1f PATH THE HTOHEST CASH
mi?L ??eond-band Furniture. Carre ta and
H0U-a,uld4 ? -^t^Add?
Vr?T,mtP^r?.w M(lBE scholars to leabn
jowlSiio'/rtH " Work' tsnght In 15 lotuni: do
-?? RwfSa^^8?
WANTKD-GOOD SECOND-HAND CLOTHING,
hii7l ^^m ^?ld and "liver, for which
FOR RENT?ROOMS.
P.)K RENT-TWO UNFURNISHED BOOMS, SUIT
jel4-" f housekeeping. ?32 I at. n.w.
"P9P RENT-1331 L ST. X. wTBY JUNE l.V A
Jeli^St*"1 'tWo WUid<J??:lanrecloa?t.Sid.
"|OOKhpT-lolO H ST. NW\. PLEASANT"ETIU
vl.rot'.mVth ,or without board; location ei
Mlleut, between Wormier* and the Arlington; Fstreet
jeVJuft* ? rates for the su mmer.
Jel4-3t*
Ij?OB BENT-THREE unfurnished BOOMS
i?8Ii .i ' suitable for lbrht housekeeping; ill, or
With jra*; reference_req aired. 1^ <i st. n wjl4-^t
Ii'SiIL RENT-FOUR tTNFfBNISHED BOOMS;
nr*t floor; lanrc cemented cellar; on Beit line, near
*?' uo ^biWren; a rare opportunity. Box 15,
Star office. Jel4-3t?
P^,R.EHNT-TWq FURNISHED BACK ROOMSi
and pa, southern exjw
SSL'ft aud <0 **' UJOUtl>- til ?t 2112 K ?t. n w.
Mter a p. m. Jel3-2t*
IjKJB BENT-HANDSOMELY FTBNISHED BOOM
b*tl1 adjoinln*; possession from
xutn. 220 t st. n. w. Jol4-2t*
Fh?,,LE,^Tt^. AJ?UfjT8' PABT OF FDBNISHED
j^enw.i. ?? October 1st; prl?U<*ea of li<rht houae
# square from cars, hurdles, and Post
Jeli2t*CreDCea tflVeu 'ud 3i4 A at. me.
FOB BENT?BOD M ST. N. W., 2 COMMUNICAT
lhff rooms, 2d floor.unfurnished; also 2 3d floor
mrnisned rooms; first-class table board. Jelii-3t#
Fob kknt-1017 15th st. n.w, handsome
ISiEi? , i . Boon; private hatha; sintrle or
'JtJ tleaaant accommodations for transienta
everjtliinK flintclaas; iumm<.r pricea. iel:i-3t* '
F3B BENT-O " 3D HT. KW.TSEVRRAL LARGE
100'u*1 iiJcludinK parlors, furnished or
umurnlshed; convenient tocara and omc?a. Jel3-3t*
-unfcbnished. FOUB COOL AND
X pleasant rooms, well connected, in a desirable lo
c*lity-couveuient"to cars and market; with hath - for
small family. Call 000 20th at. n. w. Jel3-it*
1?OB RENT?BOUM-FUBNISHED OB UNFUB^
lushed. lir?t or ae^'ond floor; terms reasoiiahle
uerdica paati the door ;,call after 5 o'clock. 024 2'Jd st!
w- Jel3-3f
t,KE:JT ? TWO LARGE 8ECOND-8TOBY
rooms; furnished or uiiiurnished, llffht house
VeepiiiK if desired; other privileges; very reaaouable
1frty witUout ^"2ren; wuthe^e^
eure. Jj.io u st. II.W. ]ei:i-..t*
liV/j,,JiT-THREE UXFCBNI8HED BOOMS
^ 'or li^rht bouseiieepiiiir; wuihI utory. bath on same
Jelb^f windows; corner houae. 2M F at. u. w.
?<H^.h^s,Tr.A?LA^UE ,~D story FRONT BOOM
. . with a quiet family, where one can feel at home
1522"Mh at n" tVeryUmj|f cluMl: ?lO.^A^lya
TOR Rl.NT?1222 11TH ST. NW., SEVERAL
?.itl /?iE?'?. and unfurnished rooms,
fr.""t' tK" k *"d hall, together or sepi
? one tlr?l-fl>Jor room; references.
3hVf?nnP,I(7nF.lJKN!"IIED ROO*. SECOND STORY
4U0 Louisiana ave. n.w. jel^-Jit*
1jV>R BENT-310 INDIANA AVE. N.W..PLUASANT
a??m'ortable rooms at summer prices, table board
li deeiretl; lorstion central; all m. 1. >;irt-3t*
J'EXT ? Fl'RNISHED ? SECOND STORY
front r<Kim, with closets and alcove; convenient to
i are and caterer; no objection to very Dtrht house
kaeptnif; no children. Ai.j,ly bl311th st. n.w.>il:i-3?
NICE, LABGt CNFCKNISHED
rf^h ltot?ni; other nice, lsrtfe Rooms, partly or un
&^'e225 ?."tTwCWP' ;
W^VorWaT^H ^d^reJ'
1^?? K.L N l_g L1N K ^ 15?THREE LARGE FURI
? &r^YIUS? suitable for lioUMekeeoinir
fcSr.^oSn.w ' n"lumUUed ?
I4 ^ KENT?4#8 O fc>T. N. W , WITH HoAHD TWO
r Beautiiul liuy- indow Rooms; lnrieciut^H -co?
house; ^d and 3d duors; suitable {or nian and wife or
two KtUUemen; home-tnade bread and cake. $4u and
?>" Jel2-3t*
I^OIt RKNX?1I1REE UNFI'BXISHED lt(HiMS
. uewly t'sjercd; three larife closets, bath-rooiu. bav
window; tfiu family consist of two adulla. 10.1^ st
*? >12-3t*
I^Olt RENT?WITH OR W ITHOUT BuARD, TWO
U rV'?1;"4- a I'arlor and bed-room, on
"cioud floor; and a bed-room on third. 72M 1 ltL st
UW- jel2-3t*
BfALTIFIL SUMMER ROOMS,
X biiiKle or en suite, iu private lanuiy; furnished
rye double corner houae, south and east front ? ref'
erencesrequired. 1101 Est. n. w. ?l-12r
I^OR BENT?IN THE NOBTHWESr. A 8UITE OF
lour rooms ou 2d floor, suitable for u.'ht houne
lufenJthaL ' *1Ui0Ut cluljrt:u' ""miiii-r j.riras.
F?m,5TU 8T *.W? FUBNISHED^R
X unfurnished rooms, en suite; also office room to
L 11 > 21-lm*
FOR RENT?FLATS.
1:<OH RENT?1401 t<14TH ST. N. W A RE*rxT
iilul yiat on the corner of Rhode Island ave with
14r^U1*iTl "lU "U ?"CKl?rn improveiueuU. ?fey at
LiV.U. ABN ERA CO.,
JeldHBf 9l0 r >Ln- w
FV,^?,^f!:HNT-,T.? REFINED COUPLE.-UNFUB:
iin rooms, newly paired; i n?
410; also, trout secoud-story room, nicely furnished'
cxjtiou convenient. CaU at 6 p.i 22t?Msss ave'
"'Z: Jet 3-31
FOR RENT?STORES.
FOB HENT-8TOBE WITH PLATE-GLASS FBONT
and .lwelliUK above; 1331 7th st. n. w? near mar
aei, hUitabielor a druKK^t or other bu?iness: terms
leasonable. inquire on premises; see card. Jel4-3t*
_FOR RENT?OFFICES.
1X)B BEXi-AT Hlfl F ST. N. W? OFFICE
Rooms on second floor, renting from 40 to *1" 30
per mo. lhese are desirable rooms, very convenient
to departments, and the rents are low.
11 H. WABNEB k CO.,
fel.J-.U 010 F st. u. w.
i^OR HEX T?OFFICE ROOllS-LAltOE.""AIBY
office rooms oil second floor of new buiidinif cor
o'l&-^ AI.BhKT*^^ ux"9?u %^t'u?wl>O'Ut'jel0^0t'n
_ FOR RENT-STABLES.
Ij'OIt RENT-IN beab OF 1420 N ST. N W
Brick Stable, 4 stalls, room for tlire<.- cardiureal
coachman's room, Ac.: a flrat-clasa stable: #21 o0
I?l4.rtt M. M. FABJlEK,
Jtl4"6t 141b F st.
LOST AND FOUND.
Losr-THE 13TH INSTANT. THREE PUGS
Names Jumbo. Eannie and Etta. Liberal reward
u returned to 403 E st. s. w. "t.
L^T.-PABTY THAT PICKED CP 8ILK~UM
brella at llarrla Bijou Theater. Tue*lay p.rn^if
iei rehearsal, wil confer a favor ij leavln* Wc.t
liox otiice of said Th??aUr. ^lt#
Left?albacgh'8 opera hounf f awt
niKht?a black satin bhoppin* Ba* hand-painted ?
Star office* ' ,uiuuia "ward if returned^
Lost?june 13, a small ooi.p padlotk
-Jiff rewird te ftPi5?^j3
Lost-thubsday evening, on STEAMEB
^rf ashiiifrton. In Ludiea' toilet room, a small
uiamond rimr. Liberal reward oQered to the party
who found it if returned to M. M.. 1230 24th strnw?
LOST?JUNE 11, ON 14TH ST CAR OR hkt
0th aitd loth, or Pa. ???., 14th and H, or Ulilyer
er??r.M6
BOARDING.
1303
^Oiaforaunuue,.^ eara within a fewste^of
S^L^D BOARD AT 8UMMEB BATES;PbT
rpHE AUBURN, P^NygYLYAMXA ATX. CX^S?MrB
Cool, pleasant rooms with "board at rmaoiuhla
^"og1, Myt^la*
T??.!,s:Ta^5,aa.ffi,,u''- ?????
llimitUM . alai#sr> ? annMa ?!. t I au
.f-Jff1* ?>T*: c??t?al to all ooinu of inters.!; new
BICYCLES.
CMITS'M
O "D^BT CT
For
3ui
A?.w.
HOTELS.
1BBITT flOCSK,
WASHINGTON, ft U
FOR 8 ALE-LOTS.
"POR SALE?VEJRT CHEAP ?SIX A I .LET LOTS.
4, otn ItS'SBifr ? front and nw
>T+-3^ CHARLES EARLY, #^3 14th M.
1 ^^BALE-DESIRABLE LOT. lSXW.VTO ALLET".
improved by mall train. house; 1313 ?th si u.w.
.... .. LOl Is P. SHOEMAKER,
W* 3> j_W?0 T st. o w.
1?*Pb ?ale"Jf,x'*ral dmikablk LOTN W tlX
. located, at Mills statioi,. W ashlugtuu Branch. Baiti
u5,?JC!Sr2*d JH miles from citv
LOII8 P sHtu MAKLK. MOT*!.*.
ry* SALE-LOTS .NKAK DUPOKT CIRCLE, 26*
X i a, M.1.1O.
Lot* near IXuat Orel*. 23is5. 1'J.HiO.
^ - lKxm). il.OOU.
" " 21x87. ia.2y0.
" - - jioxtio, tEiM
" ? ? lwxiuo, $,'>.<a
? : : j?iv?
6 . " ~ Mi h i .wx<>?, *1,150.
_Apply CHARLES EARLY. 603 liui at. n.w. >14-3t
T>JB BALE-LOTS
Jl 100x16?, ror. 14th and Itomw. 65c.
o0xl50, cor. 15th ud Princeton. ,>Oc.
SXxl'.'i, llfl, if(H next to cor. C. $ 1 '-'5
MiU\ n aide C, bet 6th and 7th n.e ,65c.
60x120. n.w. cor. Baud lwth u.w , 5t>c.
50*150. lot 23. blk Val? at. Cel. Helglita. 50c.
1Aa ??* " "48. 30c.
F
F
........ 'Ja.blk. 24, Tako-na park 4He.
U 7 and 8. block 4. Ivy City. 50x200 aw 1>. 3l*c.
tain Hoaalyun?baal bariraius ft ail - :ic. to 10c.
T. U. SYPHERD k CO.
Jel3-3t stm Budding.
T?OR 8ALE-DESIRABLE BUILDING LOT ON
JD 16th at. n.w ; price $3,500. Apply to
Jel3-lw PITSISY k BltADEOBD 1305 F at. n.w.
I" X)R SALE?TWO COKNEH l.oTS N "KTHWEsr.
lo.oooand WO.000feet. 50 aril 60cents r>?|?ot
ively. CABUSL E> ANS k CAlll 81,
jtlMf im Eat._
? . OR SALE-63 FEET ON T STREET KI NXIXO
P 1?< k to Oretmn eve. Thla ia an Improving section,
being near -New Hampshire ave. willmUlinJf r.n-ely .
uffcml at $1 i**r foot; Aahlorcl'e abatract ruruiatiwl
without coat. DAVID D. STOKE. 800 1 at Je 12-3t
1X)K 8ALF.
' EXAMINE TnESE DESIRABLE INVESTMENTS
2d at. u. ?.. urar Mar} land ave., lSHxllS $1.00
i'th at. n.e., iit-ar Maryland ava., 1 ? **xl08 37H
10th at. n.e., urar Maryland ave , 20x1 ON . ..It
tnli at n.e., corner Marylaud ave., 20x100 $1.00
13lli at. n.e., coruer Marylaud ave., thrvr frouta ?>"
l'Jth at. n.e., uear Maryland ave. 60x110 H7t?
nth at. *.e , mar Last Capitol at.. 1 i t?x lii.'> ( l -.?
11th at. a.e? near Peuusylvania ave.. '.'0xl?4 $l.(HtO
4ih at. s.?., near Virmma avj., 110x105 40
B at. a.e? uear Peuuaylvauia ave., 40x 134 $1 26
Further particulars auptlfcftl by
V^l.LF.R * REPETTL
_Jel2^)t 326 IVunsylvania ave. s
I" X)R SALE?SEVERAI BEAC1IH L LOT8, ON Q
at., uear llith at., an 1 a very duairabia buililiuK
8ite near Vice-l,reaid?jai Mortuu'areaiueiice. lor par
ticulars apply u> J. W. f MiEUS k SON.
>ao*12t 1420 New Vork ave.
SALE - PROSPEC1 11 ILL, ELEVATED
((round. oommaudiUK fine view of the city aud
nver, bttweeu Lckmirt.'U aud lJncoln ave.. wtthlu
100 lret of the electric car line. Uarvalua lnouire of
jell-iw John o Johnson, 828 Fat.
X?R SALE?
Valuable lx>ta In square 186. adjolnln* the resi
dence ot the late W. w Corcoran, front!u* on "Con
necticut avenue" and oul at uorth auii near Lafajetle
suuare" aud "1 arra?rut aouare," aud beinir subdivision
Mils 15. 16, 17. is/In, -_-0. 21. 22, 23. 24. 25. L'6. 27,
in W. W. Corcorau'a subdiviaiou of square 186, la
Maehimrniu city, D, C.
Apply to ANTHONY HYDE,
CHARLES M. MATTHFWa,
Trustees of the Estate of W. W. Corcoran,
JelO-lm 714 16th St. u.w., Haahiutrtou, D. C.
MiR SALE?BROOELAN D AND SOU l H BUOOK
laud lots. We have the choioeat lota lu taeae sub
dlvisious at from 4 to 12 cents per square foot. Call
at once aud make your choice. 1 heae are the ch?ai>eat
and beat lota in the District of Columlita. convenlcut
to the electric and ateau care. McLACHLEN *
HATCH ELDER. 1215 F at. n.w. )e?-lm_
IX>B SALE-THREE OF THE FINEST AND MOST
economical buildiuir lots in the city, at the corner
of Maaaachusetta ave. aud 2d at. u.w., uear to the In
terior aud I'ust-Offlce departmcnta, the new Peualou
Office buildiuir, tue Ooveruuient lTintintr office aud
the Capitol! Houses ou these lots ?ould sell or rent
readily: 55 feel frout on Massachusetts ave. ruunuur
to au all< y. U sold witlun a lew days they can be had
for $2,500 each.
Also the best lot on North Capitol St., between M and
N sts., half block from Electric railroad: 20 by 120 to
an alley, for $2,000, which is $400 leas than any other
lot in that locality. Apply to JOHN C00E, 618 12th
?t. n.w. jatj-lm
"~X>U SALE?EINE LOTS
Conu. ave , through to lUthat. 32x60.
Cor. S aud 20th sts., 70x53.
N st.. bet. 17th St. and Couu. ave., 126xav,98>i
R St.. bet. 17th aud 18th sts? 21.8x110.
V at., bet. Kth and 18th ate.. 2.(Wxl<jt?.
0 St., bet. 4th aud 5tu sis n.w., 44xlUtv
N. H. ave. u.w., 63.6x126.8^*.
N. H.ave. n.w.. 33V?lt. frout.
21st st.. bet. U aud Bouudary, 121x81.
K at., bet 14th aud 15th. 22 10XU3.
b St., bet. N. H ave. aud 18th St., 2:M{x91l4.
K St., bet. ltithaud 17lhsls. u.w., 2W.10xav.83)4,
V st. u.w., bet. 13th and 14th sts., 20X00.
Cor. 10th aud W st*. u.w., Uox75.
Square 547, all.
Square i.OSO, south half,
Jel-12f TYLER k RUTHERFORD, 1307 F <rt._
1>OR SALE-FIVE CHOICE LOTS NEAR DLPONT
Circle, at $:l,2;>0 and $3,500 each. 1 or pni-e, aize,
aud lot atiuu cannot be duplicated in the city . terms
easy. Apply to
BCSHNELL 4 CAR'c"SI.
Real Estate 11 rosera,
_Je5-1 Ot 1008 F st. u. ?r._
la OR SALE?DESIRABLE LOTS IN MT. l'LEAS
X ant, $550 and $7oO eac h. J. R. HER 1^'FORD.
my28-lmo t lemiutr Buildiuir. 14 IM li at.
OH~8ALE?60 "LOTS 1N~ ? EAIUVIEW." Bl^
X tween Eckiuirton aud National l air irrounda, 25x
100 and 25x120, from $150 to a300each . easy terms.
This subdiviaiou is on the line of Improvements aud
atlurdaau opportunity for inveslmeui. lor plsts aud
intoruiatiou apply to RLS'l A ill NGEKEORD,
uy24-lm 624 14 th St. U.W.
Ij?OR SALE?LOTS IS W AOO AM AN AND I'.f
dout's addition to the city u: W aahin^ton, formerly
t ailed Woodley Park. 1 his property is situate at the
terminua of Counecticut ave. extended, and adjoins
Kalorama Heifrhts, the new bridge aud the park drive,
Hl.d uear by the propoaed Zoological irardeus. Au elec
tric road will be couairucted, a charter having already
been obtained from Cou^i'eas. Biaiclal pri>-ea to peo
ple of prominence who will build due houses.
Call lor plat; also built til. of cheap proi>erty.
J NO. F. Vi AUO AM aN,
mylO-am Too i4ih at
1.VOR BALE? 1
1 8,000 FEET OF OBOCND;
New Hampshire ave, 25th and H sts., will make
twelve or more lots of not leas than 15 feet frontage.
apltl ERANK B. CoNOEli, 14lo Eat.
F
X/OB SALE?
J: THAT SPLENDID LOT
on southeast Corner Sew Hampshire ave. and K st. at
$3perfoot. IUA.VK11. CONOi it,
1415 Fit.
COUNTRY BOARD.
WANTED - SUMMER BOARDERS AT 8HEL
vt burne Farm, near 1'hllomout, Loudoun County,
au elevatea section of the county, plenty of
shade, nice lawn, abundance of fruit, ice, milk, butter
ana vegetables, 6 lullex lrom Purcellville slal.oXL Ad
u:ens JOS. A. HtlCHlSoN, FhiloUioUt, Loudoun
?uunty, Va. Jel4-2t*
1'OR RENT-A VILLAGE RESIDENCE OF EIUHT
. roomc, with irood stable snd ktowiuk garden; suit
aule forciiy family during auuiuier, |foi<l shade. Apply
to 1. X. BROW N, Hamilton, Loudoun Co-Va. Je 13-3t*
BOARDING?A EErt SINULE UENTLEMEN" Olt
married couples (no cluldreui accommodated with
fii'dt-class Board at "Meadow Brae," on lenity town
road, near W ashington Inn. Address Lock Box 50.
Georgetown. D. C. Jel3-3t*
ioi'ntry hoard at "ingli:side." Randolph
? Station. Metropolitan Branch B. k O. R. R Co, 5
iutes walk from station; plenty shade, milk, k-ood
water, and Wbie. CUA3. EElsLR, JSouiruxe, Mont
Cfl
minutes wslk from station
water, and table. CUAs.
joinery County, kid., lor teruia. kc. Ja13-3t*
WANTED-SUMMER BOARDERS AT~SILVER
" sprinv. Met Branch B. k O. R. R. Address F. P.
CLARE, .MW Md. Jel3-6t'
\V ANTED?NEAB TAKOMA, SUMMER BOARD
vt trs, no children, huh location; plenty of milk
and fruit. Address > 1 rs. W. D. H., P.O. Box 643. city,
orJTakoma Park, D. C. >e 13-3t*
\\T ANTED?SUMMER BOARDERS. LABGE AIRY
" rooms; beautiful suady lawn; high 1,nation.
Address Mi*. M. A. BlsPHAM.W'arreutou,\a.Jei3-3t*
ADEUGHTFI L HOME IN THE mounain8of
Loudoun county for familiea, with children. lanre
rocuis; porticos; sprinir water, house and plaa-e com
klete for health and comfort. Mr* f. E. MoCARTY,
lonroe lirove Eanu, near Aldle, Va. niy24-eo 1 Sni*
C~100L RESORT FOIt SUMMER AT MOUNTAIN
j park, near Boyd'a, 21* miles ironi city; large airy
rooms, outdoor sports, plenty li e, milk, kc.; terms
moderate. Address CHAS. MACGREGOU. lloyd's sla.,
Md. )ell.l4kl5*
(iITY BOARDERS TAKEN?ONLY FIVE MINUTES'
J walk from the station . new buildiuir. healthy loca
tion; plenty ol snade. ice.muk aud truiipienUiuL Ap
ply to Mrs. JAMES G AN LEY, Boyd's Btellou, Md.
Jel2-liU*
$?
Locust law n- summer boarding house,
fruit, ice, nulk. kc., in profusion; tabie unsur
passed; very large lav*, with an abundance of shade.
Address FRANE REPP, Boyd's, Md. Jell-lm
T.MJR BENT - BY THE MONTH OB YEAR, IN
E Westmoreland county. Va., a liandsome country
house furnished, noteu lor healthfuiness, of Queen
rooms, with outbuildings, stable, aud ice house, s'ar
den planted in fruits and vegetables, twenty acres of
future, a good rook ou Ihe premises, within conven
ient rule ot Colonial Buach, steamboat* to Wasniug
ton daily. Apply Ui
DR. WILLIAM WIRT,
>10-9t* Navy Department, Washington.
Board in w. Virginia mountains?laiuie
rooms, plenty of shade, and all country comforts,
ou banks of Bouth Branch nver. Erne Lass tuning.
railroad atatiou on the place. Teruia low. W ashing
ton references given. Address Miss ETTA W AsH
ING'ION, Green Spring, Ua.up*hire county. West Vir
ginia.
Board in the mountains-delightful
board in the mountains of Va.; plenty ot shad*;
large lawn; ice a .d milk; spring water, and sulphur
and iron water; conveyances for guesta. Address
Mrs. J. STOCKTON, Rio. Albemarle Co.. Va. je&-2w
SUMMER BOARDERS ACCOM MOD A1 ED?F:B T
class Board. Mrs. l>r. A. B. PKlcE, Erostburtr.
Allegany county, Md. Partiea without children pre
ferred. Piue water and plenty of rw-h milk. Altitude.
2.200 feet. Terms; $6 aud $7 per week. >l-lni'
BUHGUNDY BOCSB - OPEN FOB SUMMER
boarders; 2 mi.es from Alexandria; M tulle frusn
railroad; large house; tins rooms; l?:ge, shady
MTounds; trains met twice a day. BURGUNDY
MOUSE, Alexandria. Va. iny8-2m*
Eight boarders wasted-no children
under 15 yean of age taken; delightful aituaUou -
mountain scenery; large rooma; bath, hit. -, one mil*
of r bar. u ties villa and Univaraitr ot Virginia; four
f lOMFORT RETREAT. POPULAR RESORT IN'
^Mountains of Maryland, near Har?*r's Ferry, home
comforts and country ad\ autagea unexoelied. W. M
lry st. Washing ion county, Md.
S~DMMBB BOABDBBA AT "OAKLASDS." OAT.
lord, Clarke oomsty, Va. 8. V. railroad. Tha moat
vated and healthful section of Virginia. Abundance
bSSI?mbsp
pOUNTRT BOARD ? NEAB BTATION, NEW
V; houae, 00 high ground j axtapaivs shady lawns,
hue view, no tuowjultoa; piaaty ot Jeraey milk and
CPRINO BADE FABK OPENS KAY 16; oorf
P violeBt far rati te oAoe; ant trains twiem pm
$5-d SPRING BaSm^Sum&. V^
^COUNTRY HEAL ESTATE^
""fenmuw r^uwmiT. . ..
In|f<"wl <mr err* on lourh** .r*mrh m?4 ?*!"""*?
flnasltT * r Whitney's oi l farm umitwad
by Witrr it Uw door, ?iU sail cheap within tke ??'
1K< diyi.
te-arrr oa Oeorrelowa at d Tmleytovm n?d rim
ItilftniMiit. pun bu> ot Hn MMB.
tb* old Cart**
a, 10. 20 sense. within Mmil* fmni TwltTt-wn. am
Onalrned. water(MMl.schools cturtiiandpoet
otftc# oi>nT?iDWDt
Ml acre*. not Iter from Mr. Jnerpfc Bradley"* oii
(iru. with first-class tin' NNMM in erery rsepert,
on Great toed. thin property is s rood ta^rsuueot fur
I fOLilltitM. u4 wid ik't nHnik lrum T*uley ?
town Mid Oeorrrtovrc rwllruad.
? - m ?* '< utvwrwwB nuimta
-?o Ktrt on V-rent n?.l. Improved by 7-room frame
boner. nnttraildlnr*. snd plenty of *?w. ?i-rinr ?
runnlur branch . on* of chea|<*st place* In this I . el
It) thai hM bm oCered end has mikIm otmi
ri.tmprored 10.70, 45 acre*, all within oti
nule of Tsalertew*.
lMt.MO. M>0 aud irnidi on the Wnnar nttr.
Cheap Florida. Tennessee, \ innnia lands lor sals ar
exchange by
_ HICKET * OFFTRP. AOS 14U at n. w.
OIBce and rvmdruce on Grant road, hear letiie) t vt
)el4 3t*
1,?K SALF -4.S ACRES OFLAXD-PART IN TIM
l?r?on Br,~ kvtUe road. one-quarter of a eille at
lenleytown. a<l>>iuih? Reno. htrhanl healthy ueter
tailin* ?pnnr renter of premises. By * M HKI IT,
TrnleyUiau, It. C. j*l 3-at*
17< >K SALE -SIX ACRES OF LA VP IMPROVED Hf
six-room dwriiintr. fruit and well watered ; In Tsn
ItjUiwn, p. C. By Wk. BRITT. Tenleytowu. D. a
Jel4-3tr
1,X)R SALE?OOBNFR I-OT AT BROOKLAND;
rood h? ntiun fur a >wn . iTit* only 4 J 2-~i Aim leu
arm edj lniur 1 wmiur city. heimr on Anecnetia n*d
and extending J"wn to Eastern Branch suitable f f
Mi'<tm?iou. price ouly fOAHXI. W. C. Ul'l A LI, V-S
Est. nw >el7t-St
IjVtR sALF~A~M A?i\lKU'l.NT Col nTrY i?E AT
of T.I acre*. U r .?HI mansion with all modern in ?
proveinent*. 1H mile* troru ,-etiuitietar, Md.. would
exchange for city property. 411..VJU
rirTV ACBLh ?an tirautiful r*?id?>oaof 15 rooma
ai!)"ii!iiig thr K;/ir>' lann. It* uiilra truut U)attavtiia
atation. 5 uul'-a ir 111 thr city. 41 J.OOU.
OXK Hl'NIiKUi ANDKIFtIeK ACKE8with hand.
a<iiiir rr*;drn<-a and irr\>nnda, H nilloa from City lu
ITilici tminrr'i County. Md , alO,OOU>
TWENTV-KIVE ACRE* with 1 it-room dwrllm* and
al. flr?t-i la?? itiii ruvrri ruu adjoint rraldrnc* of ?*
So r. tnrs M. t'ullorh. 10 iiuira trvuutUeclly. u> lYUira
rv> < rv ul!tj , Md , 4*i.lMMI.
MX TV At Kr ? 2t. mra>U.w, 40 timber?30 mlloa
I from rity, no Improvement*; ormilea JuucUuU o<
I county road and Met branch R. k , f j,:i('0.
TWEKTY-EhiMT ACRF.S. within halt mile of na
tion and ctrerlookiiur Fall* Church: irood iiuprova
Uiclitx. fruit, irood mater. Mr . 4.'> Out).
KltiH I tl.N At'Ul.h rotta*e of b ruoma, new ham,
ahundauce of fruit, flue lawn, una tulle Ui raar of Ar
lintrum and Fort Myer, 4t?.tHtO.
St.VEX At'RKs of fruit ai.J rarden with rood H
riK iu honor, baru, kc.. adjoin* last ?!> >?*.. t i.'-.'O
O.SE ACRE, 7-ruum cotta*r, ?? uiiioa from city,
?l,.o0.
i w i) ACRES, 3-room cottar*. Si tnllaa from city,
$1.0tk).
<>NE ACRE, 3-raom cottaro. S milea from city,
$!i00.
ONK-HAI.F ACRE, new 7-room ccttatru. 2 tullea
from city, 41 .tHMt
MORE THAN 800 OTHERS.
T. H. HVfUERD k
Jel3-3t bun Bmidltx.
,'UU bALE
A FARM OF lOfl ACRFS,
Lylur on h? k t rack, half mile (rum
KXOWLE?' STATION
Aud one nal? from
FOREST liLEX.
And two and one-half mil** from tha propoaad
ROCK CRF.EE I'ARK
Thu fine i>roperty will lie aold at
PrBLTC AI'CTIOB OX WEDNESDAY, Jl'NE
1W1.LFTH.at TWO O'CLOCK KM .on the prenuae*.
Thia la of the best quality of Montroniery .-ouuty
land, and 1* all In rnuui except 1?.' acre* of trocd
timber It adjoin* tli- h?ud-.ui<' farina of Alfred Ita).
Col. M|?*ni'er JoUea aud Mr Oartrell, haa a well-ahaded
tiull.llu. nite. overlookiur a fine nuure of cotintO'. the
railroad and Kuowle*' Station. 1 lie dwelling w?a
burned, but there i* a barn aud trnant-houae. Tina
oflrr* a rood opporttuuty for an lnveatiuent. either
lor a retitlruiau * country rutldeiio- or for *uUli%iaiou
into amailer honiea. lyinr *o near two of the Iwat sta
tion* on the Metr >|>o[iuiti 1.ranch R R . and al*o to the
rrand National Rock Creek l*ark, through which flue
drive* will be couatracted to the city.
Trrui*. t'J.OOo raah; balance lu five annual pay
ment*. *e?-u red by deed of t nut on the pn-miaea. A
depoelt of 4>o0 * ill lie required at time of aaia. CoU
Teyauciiir at cuet of t>uri huaer '1 Itle |<erfect
Trawa leave B. Mid i > de|*.t at 12 w. return at 4.
1. U. bYPHEuD k OO.. bun Buildinr,
rr* T1IF ABOVF SALE IS POSTPONED TO SAT
URDAY, ilF LEEXlHlXblAXT, AT T*00*Cl4K'K
P. M. Je?-St
1MB SALE ? NO 8CCH B.VRt.AIN ON 1I1K
r market?500 acrea iu the rllla?re ot ll*cat*way. 10
iiiUc* from M aahnirtou, yood improvement* and rich
?oil SAMI EL REALMER.
Jer.'-Ot* 310 St. l'aul St., Baltimore. Md.
l?OR SALE OK EXCHANGE?FOl'RTEEN M1L
r lion square feet of laud by the acre, within two
mile* and in l.t ol thl* city .in lot* of from half
to ten acrea. location hlrh. dry, health}' and beauti
ful . no nu?*qmtoeh. uo uialani
|wy ; prirealow . term* to auit.
F
ful. no ni'momtwh, no malaria; tio doctor'a bxila to
~*?y ; I'ncet Iu^ . tttruiH to nuit.
Jell-U K A. 1'fIILLIPS, 141P Sew York are.
K
XOWLES, MET. URANCU R. k O. R. R.
F
Nicely located lot* 50x1 feet at from 2 to 3 eta.
per foot.
tf acr>K Ir.irhly improved garden laud with 4-room
hoUae,
Aijly to
W H. WHTATI.FT,
On the premise* any time duriu* W ediiewlaya. or
oth -r da> ? after 4:3S traiu. my~."> l iu
>JR SALE-AT 11YATTSVTLLE, MD . A BEAU>
tifulhouie. houae nearly new , 13 room*, all tha
mod. imp* , waUir and k**. larre and attractive
rroiind*, within three minute*' walk of the atatioui
brick aide walk to 111" door. To an Immediate pur>
chaaer will be aold very cheap. If not aold in a few
d?> * will be for rent. R. H. W ARN ER k CO.,
JelO-ot 916 r at. B.W.
I" [HjR SALE?AT HYATTSV1LLF, MD., THREE
new houae* is room*), within ten minute*' walk
ot the station. brick. brick and U.ard aldewalk to tha
door. Good m*M'tuuit) to a?- urr a home on favor
able terma. Price *:i ot>" and t .t.tiOO.
jelO-ot V. U A'AUM .lt a CO., PI ft F *t.
lWR HALE-OB EXCHANGE-FOR CI'iY l-Rop.
X ertya line farm near M oodbn<lre *t?tton; a new
house, saw-mill, lanre orchard. For particular* ad
dre*? HIGH 11 AM MILL, OccoqtMB, Va >es-lw*
IX>R SALE?IH ACRES OF THE \EKY BEST
rarden land wlthiu half h'<ur'* drive ol the C<-nter
Market. land under a hirh *tate of < ultivatiou, well
improved with fine dweliuur and oathouae*
For lull particular* apply to J. I. HYF.R.
JeS-Ot 1304 t at.
SOUTH BROOKLAND.
WITH CITY STREETS, AVENUES AND CIR
CLES.
FOR SALE.?The beautifully situated tract of land
called "Sontb Brookland," having bean subdivided lu
accordance with the plan oi the city, with *trret* M0
leet and avenues 130 feet wide, is UoW placed on tha
market. Ill* on the line of the Metropolitan R. R.,
south of and adj. >inlliK Brookland, about one mile
north of the i il), aud but a short distance from tha
electric cars, aud near th* Cniveraity Oulv ten min
ute*' drive to the city by Central avenue, all of which
make* it very deairable, aud property which will iai>
idl> increaae iu value. For the preaent, lota will ba
sold at the low price of from 3 to 12 oeuta, on ea*y
terma. l or plats, fcc., apply to
MM. O. DEN I SON, 023 F st n. w,
or to
Je4-lm RFDFORDJW. WALKER. lOOCFst. n w.
" X?B SALb?bol 1H RROOkLAND
JCST bLRDIVIDED.
Lots from 3e. to 1 Oe. per foot; one-tourth cash, hal
F
ance L and d }ear?: come In aud seiei-t j uur 1 t..
Je4-lm LEWis s HEATON. ?-?? F at n. w.
I'OR SALE ? "MELROSE PARK" LOTH; THE
J most ilesirsble In Hyattsville, Md ; two minutes
from station . opl>oaite the real deuce of the lata tL h_
Elliot, esq., contsiuitir 0,5(MI feet. terms easv.
Je.i-1 m* T> LER A RL1U ERFoRD, I HUT I ?t n.w.
IjKlk SALE?NEAR STATION* US Mi l KOPoLl
L tan Branch i rraes, rrain. fruit, stock, poultry, and
dairy farina; 2 tu tiCMJ aire*, lota, coturea. and couu
try homes. COOKE D. LUCKE1T, M35 F st.
my25-liu
I~ JH?B8ALE - THE HANDSOMEST TRACT F\lR
subdivtsiou lti the vicinity of WeahUurou, 60 acres,
known aa Bunker Hill Farm, at Brooks, the Urat sta
tion out ou the Met. R. it., opposite the CathoUe I'nl
veraity and near the Electric can. The streets tit
Brookland .but on this property and could be con
tin tied through it. For full i?rticulara enquire ol
Ui)2i-lUi REDFORD W. WALKER, lOOO F at
LH)1* SALE?THE MacLEOD FARM, ADJOINING
X the property of Mrs F owler and C. Herick, near
Hysttsv llle.f 1 on l>er sciw. Apply to JoHX b 1 EI'HK.N,
Real Eststc Broker, Bladensburr, Md. my22-lm
IVOR SALE AND RENT ?WASHINUTON GRoVR
? Md.. several fine Cottage* iu diflereut parts of tha
t.rove. Prices, lor sale, $400 to JVi.tMAI, and for rent,
? 40 to C15u tor the season. M. D. PEck, W34 I at.
apli-'im
V, OR SALE-LOTS AT FOREST GLEN. MD. THI
X Uioat iieeutilui location tor a home outride Waah
iutrtou; only 2. and 3c per foot. J. R. HLhl'.
FORD. Fiemiur Buildimt. 141WQst. mhlti-:im
PERSONAL.
MISS MAY. I LEASEMEBT MB AT APP< MNTBU
place suudsy, at 0:110. If not. ap|.uut time and
Plate by aildreasiur 111 NRY ENEA. btar oth*. aa 1
have forirotteu your first name. Jel4-2t?
A YOUNG MAN IN~OF'FCE, LONELV, EXEM>
l .*r> habit*, wishes acquaintance ol an srl usably
cuusidarate, iluiwstn. and ndtned iad> < bruuetie i r?
leir-d . none other need reply to M. M., btar oflk-t.
iel3-2t*
Al THORIZEirPlUVATK DEFECTIVE AGENCT.
MM. ItXIAMS, trait). W. McELFHBSH. C..u>
iuiiUicatioUa I romptly attended to and etm lly coufl.
uenttal. omoe Ii?n aU houia. MM. HLLLlAMs. Man
aaer, W20 1 u. w. ay4ta'
?.-? i k WILL FREQUENTLY PAY $50 IN~ONS
Cl" week. Laules deainnr to s|?culate In stocka
aodreaa, lu cunfldeuce, J. G. h it EM ART, btar Oflh?.
Uoud iwlerence* riven. Ja7-lw
OTIL-SEBVICE F.xTmINATION QUESTIONS
/ aud answer*. Send lttc to
S W. FLYNM, A. M., Ivy IusStnta,
mylBlm Southwest cor. nth aud K sta. a. w.
J~ VSTH'S OLD STAND IS T?B_ONLY PLACI
where Srst-claaa Swoud-Hanu Clothinr can ba
tcld at ?ap?clahla pnesa. Address oi call st 61WU sV
s.w. ju2_i__
V
SUBURBAN PROPERTY.
H
KADOUARTERS FOR
_ bl BCRBAN Hot'SES AND DOTS.
v?e have lor sale at oritfiual price* and on eaay
choice lot* In the principal auburbau subdlvissuos of
Maahintrtou aud viciuity.
It will pay those who intend to Invest In a Lome or
for apacolauou to call and examlua oar plat llats <4
property situatad ou the Metropolitan Brauch, B. and
O. railroad, to wit: lakona Park, Halplu Vlllagw,
F orest ulan Part. Brookiand.
Beautiful oottatrea ou esay terma. Xo trouble ta
ahow property. Oorre*j??wde?o*_*olK4ted.
Jrl 4-lm iff
e*i.>adeno* solicited.
THOS. E. MOODS * SOB.
'atlflc Bulldiur, 624 F st. a. w.
IVOR RENT-AT HYATTBV1LLK, MD.. OB WINE
J7 sve.. Bva minutes' walk tram Mate, a iarv s
F rame Oottaaa with ateht rooms, ??tar la Um yard;
S2&. B. BWABNiRS Oo ,W16 Fat. >.w. >el3-3t
Ftmim bbbt?tv abaoostia-7-boom mousbi
I i harmiur location. laifa yard, trass and Sawnsi
cue year for S250. Con v*uMat to street cars, rhorcbae
aud echoola. liood water aud health!ul location Apply
lull. A uRlsw'OLD, tnsrmatis, D.& my!7T?
H^u, vnjju}
TWO MILKS THIS SIDX OJBOCBV'Uxi1"*
On the Mutrupulitan Branch b. k U.IL '
HALl'lN VlLLAOk.
Is bweBfeUy U d vet In lots of aaowt SOxlOO (sat,
with streets aud avenues already madsi MM aba da
trees aud plank sidswalks on all the *trsaa
nuaa. Rail- ad trains stop at Hal|4a Village
of ths most deMrabia kits are located oa tha <
ti
Kockvills typika. Prices Md terma of aaks. to
who contemplate buildtna holes or lor mtimal spaa
n lull. 11. at tns real satats oStesof
my lft-la

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