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F '!: s W.E ONLY $>; 5" 12 ROOM BRICK OX Ml' \\i N I . < LOSE 111 STANTON PARK; Alts . N '<WM-.lt \\ wis an OFF Kit ("HAS. A SHIEU>S. H15 I' ST. N W It Vol: >\it $f,.r?n us i>m. i?v THE PRFTTl Fsl S'Jl WiKS UN fAIH'iil, HILL s ItiNiM AM' I'Ki I Mt Bit! i<; ? li'KlMS ON FLOOR; M< I'KltN PLl'MlilV; < BARGAIN. CI IAJ5. SHIELDS. 1 F ST. N W It Vi'i: sale r. p. ayaviniihv BRIck. WITH I ELL\U; 17-FOOT FRONT; SlllE A Mil l;EAR ALLE\. NICE XKHSHKOR II""!'; V. ST N K. l *11 VS \ SHIELDS. 14U5 _ r sr N W It For s v i.! i;i:sr hoi si: for money IN Til K till, i; KOIIMS; HOT AND COLD WATER. "I'KN PI-l MBlNC; CELLAR; FFR N ACK; LA ROE t aUH. Cll AS. A. SH1KLD8, l*>ft F ST N.W. It For SAI.K ji.jioo?a BH'w >M BltlCK~ WITH .1 in I . L\R.;K I'.' RKINU; ON A CORNER ON" 21ST ST N.W.; 2 bay WLVlroWS $4<?l CASH. <11 \s v SHIEIJ'S. I4-:5 F ST N.W. It FOR S V I.K ? 2,250 ASK KlT?2 N H 'K JTrooS BRICKS. ALL MOIi. IMPS . O.N EMERSON ST N K.; RENTED $1<V.?- I'll AS A. S1I1K1JW, M'*5 K ST. N.W". It for SAI.K Jtl~SSv~A iY F'M lT FRAMEl fi ROOMS. IN 1ST $2.UOO; III NTED TO I'AY 10 pek I'RVr. ON ROSKDALK SI". N.E. CHAS. A SHIELD'S. IW F ST N.W It F "It SAI.K $!.V>o A ~Y Kr7 NKAT 4IIOIW BRICK and SI'mmer KITCHK.N: ON" C ST. ?N E lot To ALLEY CHAS. A. SHIELDS. 1405 F ST. N.W It l "l: SXI.K $."|.7o0 P-R"oM ItTtli K; SOI'TII FRl INT. i >N" F ST V I RENTEI' \T ?2."> PER Mo TERMS. $300 CASH. hal *25 PF.R MO.. INI KKEST IN' I.! I'Ki > Cl.'AS A SillKI DS. IK.*. F ST. N W. It FOR SALE SMALL CASH PAYMENT AND MOD kr \tk monthly instali ments to ix I 1.1 HE INTERKS'l lr.-.i to 1233 "B" 8! (i.e. ? I ??,. -nth I.f LINCOLN PARK and METRO - li'I.ITAN CARS'; 2 -.lory, t'ltP and red press I'rii K fronts; NEW GRANOLITHIC walk*; ter r i. . -I liwns; f. p-mis. bath. rh ?>.ts. }>antry; CON CRETED CELLAR: 'If j. yanis, with sheds to silo. . lots ITxIimi each. TIi. >?? houses hav* Just Writ fitetulvfls improved and art- in EXC;L I.KnT ORHKR At tli.- I.tiW price ai.d LIBERAL r.'ins this in a fa*..rable "pi" ; -unity f?>r HOME SEEKERS, while their CONSTANT otVFPANCY at a fair rental, offers exceptional Inducements to IN\ KSTORS. Tilt washington REAL I-'STATE COMPANY, Je2?-3t 1321 F"" st li w. I "It SU.E O.NK "1 TlfE Most ATTRAiTIVE an.i ? <ni|>Iete homes in ^liirietoii?A corner; frentaiffe f itatj-tn feet on "tie Mreet l?r "tie lillthlre.l jiiial fifty f?*..| on the other; eop ti'iirii!^ > \er TWELVE. THOI s.\NIi square feet of It ""I nil. a tho.. iichly ni'-'lern hotiae ami stable. Eleelrle ears. I'rite. .< 1 Terms to stilt. JAMES A. BATES A: CO.. Je2n-f.m.w.tf Hi'7 F street n.w. l olt SALE -?;raNT' investment price. 23<| Rentlne for $2."? a month; a l>-room t?ri. k dwell ing ..n a letiere'i st. n.w.. very near gov't f>rlnt lug office. ALSO A 9-:-<<iqi brick, on "O" st. near N J. art*.; rent ing for $l!i a month. Price. $2.^a>. J.-lf :\t STONE ,V FAIRFAX. Nntt-Wifi F St. n.w. FOR SXI.F AT A .S >( IHFICF~ REHFCED To *1250. Itoilt t ? pell for #.">.'!*xi. ;\ i W; c.n :i lettered n.w : ;i atorles. cellar, furnace, tiled oath. 1>" ol.iin ml, \ t;iH'l> INVESTMENT. jeIji rtt STONE". .V I*"AIRF\X. siw'.-vos F sr. n.w. for sale?a baroaix? Re?Itie?-?l to Rents f.ir $25 a nmath. TMs T,-ry .-heap; the atlj-'ininjr. J'tit like It, aol l f .r at aii.-ti.>n A CHANCE To GET INl OME AN!' AN iNCKEASK IN V\I.I K Lo ?mi I on Ilth =t. n.w.; will he valuable fur hus I" ptirf^ s.-s; 2 storlea. cellar; 4 rooms deep. _>1" "!? STONE * FAIRFAX. F at n.w. FoR SALE TWO CHEAP HOI'SES. Only $7.25*1. RentSK* ' ? (HI. T/.'t 35x9(>; on I st. near 7th. J.-P* TP STONE FAIRFAX. Miti-SiiS F*' n.w. For SALE *2 "!5rt EACH Ea. h rentltiK for $17 50? 2 hay wlnrt bricks on an a?e. n.w. Each 6 r > .ms ami bath. jelrt .-.t STONK & FAIRFAX. S?lfi 808 F ?f. n.w. FOR SAIJ: PRICE. $S.IHH'? Renting for $7o a month? N'-w; n w ; never idle slnec cnmpletion. IIT N ?'I 1.1KL A LARijE INCOME here's yonr ??bailee. SToNE A- FAIRFXX. SmWWiS F si n.w. FOR SALE TO SETTLE ESTATE? \ chain e f-?r investment? .. !?ri? k 1 "..^-'s near Ittli and R. I. ave., one a cri er ?t-T- ; each ? patms and hath. Price for all. Sir,.5"-' J-P.' :tt STl ?XE A FA IRFAX. MM'-SOS F st n.w. FOR SALE PAYS WEI J. A bl-.ck of houses on a park sc. renting for $12t> a month. Price. %17 5?s?. THIS Is <;OOD. \ sup..ri..r constntcted new corner building r-uiaic for $12" a month can be purchased for S15."*> offered so low on account of ewner ,\ int; c."intrv. J-P.i ?t S'l'oNE * FAIRFAX. Sml-Sots F sf n.w. F' IR SAI.i CHE \P lit iViES - cool. IN VE.s'rMEN'TS 5 new 5-story houses northwest. eBch r-^ntinn! f / ui'.tith Price, .vn-h. $Mlnt>. MOI>ERX tiled t-at!s. jh.r-.-lai:i tubs; furnace heat i- l'.i STONK Ai FAIRFAX. S4rfV!?W F st n.w FoR SALE PRICE. *7.50o? ? RentIntr for $5o a month? II I- r. !. .1 f- r $75 will n nr f .r that nzaln-a li- - i:' I? * i"ilaiUlan, w ithin 2 squar-s .?f nat ??'It ? Iti. ..; full sixed lot. ? STONE .V FaIRF \X. Siifi-SiiN F at ,i.w. FOR SALE PRICE $2.5110 - A NEW # ROOM ' i ri. K botu-e. With cellar, on 14th st. n.e. Renu t >r $IS. J' l!?-."? JTWE A FAIRFAX. HUH F sf. n.w. For SAI.F?$2.900? " " R st n.w.?S ro- ms. hath, cellar; cheap home. jcl;i:tl STONK & FAIRFAX. siKi-S.8 F at n.w. FOR SALE 13TH NE\l: W ??n!y ?? r* oni >?rirk v. ir:i h.?rh; r^ni for stable. & FAIRFAX, mh; son I" si n.w. For SALE RKHI'CED TO $.<WO~ <>n a sf. n.vr.? The cb-npest bouse in I'looiuinedale; f??tn foi sraMt* ??n *>t. F?'U SAI.K JR.44W Near 1st and S sts. n.w . a czy 2 storv brick, with ???Unr: urnaco h?*at. " ? *1 SIMNK a K \IKK\X. KtUV^itS psr n vr. FOR 8ALE-REI?rCn> TO $4,100 A '*ornor of oth. *mth of R sr ; 0 rootrm an<l cellar; ?- ?! porr?*!ain tub; well n*iir?*?l" A FIRST CLASS Investni'-nt. JrWJtt STONE A FAIRFAX. SOtt-fklH F st n.W. F >1: S\IF, IN CIOHItTMK nr. desirable bom.-. II ns>nis and l?ath; iris ruute* 2 cellars; arg. yard, and small building In r.-ar: lot ?>x!2i' is>ii>ci,i. nt to two lines of cars i.'mim a*b Addn? C. M. WILSON. Station \ J el"; It For sue Lf>s TH\N $5.:?:o To close. \n n>PM vala. n ick. 151t> 0th It. n w~; 1" NMMdl lartk; lot MM to allev; tm*m for s" l ?? sec ti.irt Ni.' c.'in at oncc \ I' FOX COMPANY .Inc.'. W> F at. II w. J'ld-3t For s M.Er? ~ AT MT PI.FAS \XT AND COL. H EI* i I ITS. Barffain at ?-"? ."ss> must sa.rill.- A tin.- 10 rs.ca t.r-.- k ,s#t:a ce ; front and side wlu.lows tit*?*! bit ! kitc.'.cn a 11 rs* !!.>..r. larite back rartl- lot is 15.x 1??5. ANOTHER. For $r,.5iio. on If.'wan! ave near 14th ?t 18 ft fr..nt; 4 r.?Mits deep; steam heat, tiled l?th, back |i?n-h* s; lot 100 ft. deep. ALSO A bargain on Bacon at just west of 14th: choic est and Hi'-st attractive sntTotifidlnga. 1" rooms ami larite tile I bath n?m: fn.nt and side win dows. 10 feet will.: 5 bed chambers; cod storage room; laundry and kitchen. $7 500 DON'T FAIL TO SEE Tb,?e Bile new ||<C|S?. jus, c.Miiplci.>d oil Welling ?? near JJth. Tne.v are Iieautifully finished In highly polished tsik: double floors; ateani heat; l>ack porches; 2 stairways. 4 r,?>ins deep; 20-ft! alley. Choicest N.ries ,,n ' olumbla Ilelgiits. ijna offered at a bargain for quick sale _ )el?>_2t ?'. || BRICK. 617 14th St. for SALE y ST BET 17TH AND 1STH; ONR of the best h"nses In the row; round bay window ??? r"'f; exrelb-nt steam heating; g,?*1 condition; .an Is* purchase.1 with or without furniture; Tcry low price and ace, mm.slating terms H I. R! ST. ?'* 14th st. n.w. F'.R SALE INVESTMENTS FIVE HOI SES ON samjwn sr west of 14th; total n;..nr^? rents "f $7 t. F (pire It i ut and make an o#er CI_\RK BROS.. l :.-' l F n w. ^ Jel?-;;t^ FOR SALE 1-oLIMP.IA HEIHIITS. WEST OF 14th. home of 7r. an.1 b ; lot 32x141; shade tre..? *c ; $..'??'. Can leave $4.ta?> at 4uv. v su'enl didj hatice. CLVJIK BROS . 1333 r n.w leia ?.t-| FOR SAI E A CHEAP Hi IMF, Wl.Ie front, full 25 feet; new house; parlor r? ? ept|.,n ball, dining r.sjm attd kitchen on' lat fto-.r; front and rear stairways; front and rear lurches, dry cellar; p.r. .-lain' bath tub- beauti ful mant-ls. Price, if ?,l,| ls.f,ir,. juiv j., uk,, J.1H-St STONE * FAIRFAX, so.; A- SI'S F Jr.' n w For SALE- " PRICK. $1,500. A desirable 5 room brick house, in g.??l sect|?n of the n.e. Lents for $l.'S.5o per month. For sale price. $1,350. A 4-rr?>-.i brl'-k house. In the northwest. Steadv renter at $lo.3u p?-r month. . ... ? ' MARTIN BROS . JelH 6t ly25 Pa. ave. WoR SALE? M 1ST IiE SOLD TO SETTIK *v r 11 u, a-^ I at. n.w., opposite Franklin Park. lots >2 ft. by 144 ft. D. M OUDEN, Executor. 1?26 1st st n w Je|?-tf-4 *?" u w F' ?R SAI.F, $2.50O-$?l0 CASH. BAL. OX OR ?? f re 5 years. 7 nsims. bath, latrobes. range artistically paperwl; excellent repair: rented at $2D p?-r n.onth. After expenses are deducted will pay 8-,. Splendid Investment )' l--"f CRACK M. THOMAS. Corcoran Bldg. 1 OR S.\LE-L. O. DE LASHMl'TT. 1421 ? N.W 1.>1? to 1328 Whitney ave; foor-story brlcki 14 ns.ms and 2 baths; servant closets; laundry In basement and hot-water heat. Finished In hardw.**l; electric hells; speaking tubes, hamlsome chandeliers; cabinet mau'els and very large closets; h.aise 20 by 72 feet decn lota 20 by about 2nO feet deep; new; never ! "en occupied: these houses were taken under a Jeed of trust: co#t $U.uW) to build. ?nd will be ?old very cheap. Price. $6.5oo. Terms to suit Jel4?t BROKERS. ATTENTION' FOB SALE-NEAR DCPO.NT CIRCLE; S ROOMS, bath and cellar; kitchen on first fl.?'r Low pries and monthly payments. No reasonable niter de clined. Must t? sold. D. D. THOMPSON' ?i/15-tf 133a v FOR SALE?HOtTSES. FUR SALE?HOME-SEEKERS WILL FIND IT TO their advantage to call and look orer oar list of bargains, from $2.2t>0 upward. my 117 26f FI \SS & CO., 607 13th st. n.w. BUSINESS PROPERTY. FOR KENT ? OR SALE?$30 - REAR 1239 7TH n.w.; large brick building, 25x*5o; 3 stories: wa ter. sewer, gas and elevator; suitable for factory ? T st.?. I'. 1'. NASH. 1331 8th St. J.-So-3t* 1 UU SALE? BARGAIN. $10,450. OR $4.75 PER SQUARE FOOT. FOR PROPERTY ONLY 14 BLOCKS FROM 11TH AND F STS.. IMPROVED BY LARGE 4-STORY BriljDING. I'SED AS STORE AND DWELLING. SIZE OF LOT, 23.10x82; sy. FT.. 2.2(10. Jels et HEISKELI. A McLERAN. 1008 F ST. FOR SALE-7TH ST. BCSINESS PROTERTY. near O st. market; store. 8 rooms and hath. Must be sold. Inquire OWNER, 1612 7tb st. JelS-U* REAL ESTATE?OUT OF CITY. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE?701 LOTS, EACH 25 by 125 ft., in one of the best industrial towns around (1 ioago. HI.; two miles from the cltj lim it*. on two main trunk lines and one belt road m malng every railroad eutoring Chicago; 100 train* to the elty each day, besides electrie sur face lines. These lots are near three depots and factories employing 2.5<m> men. All clear of W cumbrau and worth to $250 each. Owner will excha ige for improved proj*erty in the east, or farm lands, and add $100,000 to $200,000 In cash, or assume like amount, or divide lots to suit. There Is a fortune in this property for some oner For particulars address WATSON & BARTLETT. Washington St., Chicago, 111. Je2D-2tft W1I1TK .MOUNTAINS. ? SUMMER RESIDENCE for sale at a bargain. 20 rooms; 3 bath rooms; 400 acres. For full particulars address (JHO. F. ROWELL, Owner, 10 Spruce st.. Y. je6-2Gt-4 SURVEYING, PLATS, ETC tLUVEYS, SUBDIVISIONS. i'LATS, I'LANS. CON ?tructions superintended, estimates and reports* hlgh-ilass drawings of all kinds. WM. H* BENTON, Civil. Topograpaical aud Landscap* Engineer, Atlantic bldg., 930 F"n.w. 'Phone 730. ?pli)-3m-5 SUBURBAN PROPERTY. 11 M ill-H REKVfflON FtfOM $10,000 _ ONLY ?l?te-roof. new-painted house nvo , level lots, Takoma Park. Maple mnnln- TT <'arr"11' :l(r<- <?? sell lois from; - ? ,i?r: Proximity to depot and tn lley il square* makes great bargain Pnvs ^ \ ' rented to two families. Inquire or ill u st. n.w. jelJu-31 ? FORSALK or EXCiiange-KENSLNGTON. new Io,; ,R-llr station; worth F ' I* V VSII 'rn iifi U.t0 a ',runlPt Purchaser. i . i . N ASH. 13.11 8th st. ie20-3t? ,F,VR SA1.K?OR EXCHANGE? llai tiiil wintry home V , ? NEAR THE CITY, h^.r T fifeaeres of land, with good dwelling ^r 'l'7'' ;' ,n "g 10 f>'<>??*. hath room and ce? ienVronSin^"^ h"USe and ? he1auTi,'r,'\1"Shly1 imPr"TP,l: fine shade trees; den:lusr,:;a',erlng a"d fl3h ^ ?*> ?,P'ti"n!.!-S .M?rylami' nn "??'?llPnt turnpike r f. , : ? - 1 the District line- 15 minutes drive from the city, 5 to electric cars (one fare? and 3 to station on B. & o R It pt^perty apply'To*8 I"erm" ,0 i"SpeCt this j?ia?-tf J. V. N IH YCK. 1505 Ta. ave. n.w. I-OR KENT Vol Vi; MAN OWNING NICK HOI'SF near t hevy i has.- would like to arrant" with con K.-Iilal small family to board him for greater r rent; state full particulars of family If ?necessary. will .-all. Box 1>5. Star office Je20-2t? FOIL SALE?NEW B-ROOM COTTAGE* V'a^Y leiTwa'ti-r e'PTatl""j beautiful slwde; eicel IlFVsov 11 wv,,? easy terms. 11. I IEi.< K. 1330 N. ave. n.w. Je*o-;it j Kr":?.SA1K, KEA1TIF1*l COUNTRY PLACE 12 r.".m* fa"ii 2_hn,h'": br,?* house, with Millard L i . vraruias and out hull,lings; a.rn,l ; X S" "'jl* from electric cars; Z*P ? '? 8'" ?? a who^'o^'io at n.w?UMAS L" j*9.3*8" ONE K I.7rrS ON v\ \ iTv~ 11 as Alta \ Jsta. This ground Is 370 wnliVt. Irs"' t"f th" i"y and ls IaI(J out ac" l^anHfol Vi ff ' ,'"*rilI'!l-v- each lot a Beautiful villa site. The streets are 50 feet ' ,a? shade trees and California privit hedge are lw-irig set out. Mr. Clarence F Normenr eUy h"s ufiu'^ 5CD.tral Nati"ual Kank of thii rt rwl .l handsome residence in this sub ,,} m,. r ? DOW occupying it. Gen. Whitalde otH.ir ir '< a,r'"'>' "h" l,as the commanding ? wh -Santiago for some time, has also built a handsome house and wl 1 occupy it next week. ?, ireh\? !""? '"'""h officer of the District, has purihjsed a flve-aere lot and Intends to erect a house'thereon. Among tho?v who have purchased Mr Hhl.II " r'v, ?il'.1 the ne8r f,It"re are ?!?',! M?ii f ?1 V'rKi,lia an<1 Messrs. Kincheioe and Ma>,ie of the Attorney lieneral's office. Tlie hamisoiue country homes of Mr. Aldis It. Itrowne em- I?iHrte 1 Britton adj.,in this prop "rt lP property is heavily wooded. nT-nt? beautifully shad?l Sites. Sp.-.-lal induce jnentb offered th.w wishing to build at once: money furnished for building. Easy terms. Monthly payments if desired. ror plats and further partic ulars apply to I1ITK MILLER. iV ' * ir, Secretary ami Genera". Manager, JWrt_F street. FV,I? , H:)}K , "N THE TKNNALI.VT" >WN avo electric R. R.. new house; 7 rooms and ? i.?:.1!'1 '* * acres ??t land; terms to suit. J'1 J. II. MILLER. 1304 F. 1 "" ?vV1-i AT RUOl IKI.ANU?7-ROOM llol'SK; a.in.l.; larg- lot; only J2.3(H>?$600 cash, balance easy terms. One lot. $ao0; small cash payment, balance to suit. Several desirable bargains in Louses and lots. K -r p.n' l. ul.irs .-all R ..,iu 100. < ??reran l.iilldlnc. (ilt.M'K^M. TIIOMAS. jHln af FOR RENT HYATTSVILLE?DESIRABLE 8-RM ?"^-.Icar,^?V-';n.; 1"t shade and fruit; < r w- ... 7-riH)m house, tine I .* rent, $15. KENSINGTON C-room furnish ed house; rent $35. E. N. WATERS, 013 F st. n w ?? phone Main XU'Jij. JelH-3t for sai.k ~ ?? locatlou'Vu suburl,Bn h"me-ln the most desirable v Kensington. Perf?.tC"ndTlTon.,n " ?Ute' 9"room h?USe- 10 Jel8 ?t MAltTO RRf?.t ?i ! 1D25 l'a. ave. FOR SALE ? ca^deo-'f,?!i ho?le, 81room house and hath; fine shade Juirr. ?frU t an<1 vegetables?abundant steam and electric cars. Price, $3,500. ....oft, MARTIN BROS., - " 1025 Pa. ave. FOR SALE? mile* f"",'1 electric roads, about two mil s from Washington, on very easy terms: v.r.7 "'/"k. s!u?ll house, $l.5oo; 2 acres, double bouse. $l,7o0; M acres. 7-room , ' , '"'r" !,n<l1 fruit trees, fHu p,.r acre; untln tshtd house and lot at Ballstou, $Il*i; building lots at Ballstou, from $?o to Jlou p,.r lot. JTerms. ?o cash, balance $1 per week. Call or send for list. jels ir? 12 JAMES E. CLEMENTS. ? -12 u ,t u v FOR RENT IIY THE YEAR. TWO HANDSOME 'ent?'$4?V and 9 !""i 10, r"<"u', an'1 batl>: -tut. $411 and $o0; large yard; elc. trie lights ---and water. WEAVER BROS., 1410 F at. ' FOR RENT BRtJOKLAND, l7 C.-lo-Rlx i\I cellar and i>ath. Concord st., 12th aud 13th 12 ^fif^m.a^,b.J,^:fioem^a lfh'i^ Brlkl^-. W B.^0^ SU.K 8-KOOM 1IOI SK; BATIL HOT AND coin water; cellar; windmill; furnace* widn v?? %r-: Mi OWXKK. mUmhly ?????? RESALE - DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS \T Takoma Park; very cheap and on easy term. "aJ'.'r; ?ewer and gas; west of B. and ORB.' station; near new public school; electric R II runs through the subdivision. J p earyVst Trustee, gl-383 4V4 ?t. n.w. JelO-lot for sale-at woodside. md sTvliTioM cottage. With bath. Windmill and stable $2 TOO also two cottages in pnK'css of erection 7 ia'im WeUa' 'Vi"JV"r oeeupanc'y J.' ?? F LEIGh/o.N. ' 416 Fifth at. n w FOR SALE? ? NORTH BRIGHTWOOD LOTS. PRICE AND TERMS SEE ' 1e7 tt B- H- Warner co? -iei2 918 F at. n.w. FOR SAI.E? ~ CI.ETYELAND P^RK EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS uirivn A IEW UJTSA*^ BARGAIN WHILE SJ&VB. THE ^ost^c^c^thk cheapest. my23-tf JOHN SHERMAN." 010 14th st I J aaaa "hill.' ?yfci'th*?t. n^'.D4" wanted suburban lots ? Will buy-rnnst be cheap-on B. and O. R R. rsn Laurel. Address HINDLK, 338 ?? myl-78t? FOR SALE? REAL'I'IFCL, lO-ROOM AND una apie-tf 0 ASCII' BROS.. 130T f at LADIES' GOODS. IUOJAULE ^EWING MACHLNE REPAIRING, $1.00 L'p. At Auerbacb's, 7 & H. Domestic Office. Send Postal And Machinist Will CalL All Machine* We Have Sold The Past 8 Years Repaired Free. Bent & Repair Dep t. "Phone Eaat 722. my20-tf sewing machines repaired ~ AND WARRANTED. $1.00. At Oppenhelmer'a, 614 0th st. o.w. Machines rented br week or month. my20-tf,5 'Phone Kafn, 1518-5. FCRS?NOW IS THE T1MB TO HAVE TODB fnrs made over and repaired. All work left with me now will be stored fr? of charge. _ . *. HOROAN, aplft-tfS 7*3 11th st. a.w. PALM1STBY HAVE TOIR HANDS READ BY MMB. RITA, the world's greatest palmist and astrokijer, hold* iti* receptions dally at 717 I st. n.w., cor of 8th. Fee, 2D sod SO cents. Je2-26t* FOR SALE?LOTS. FOR SALE?WILL ALLOW $100 TO ONE SELL lng lots 72 to 75. Inc., sq. 743; lot 12x90 to 10 11. alley: Quander st. s.e.: water, sewer, slie wiilks: no iDcum.; for all, f1,000. OWNER, 2318 I St. n.w. jel8-3t* FOR SALE?CHEAP?40X118, ON EAST SIDE (old) 16th St. between Keneeaw and Grant sts., Mt. Pleasant; prire under 75c. pef foot. Apply AT ONCE to HKKR1.F, A OO.. 1310 F St. jelS-Ot FOB SALB-NORTH BRIGHT WOOD?THE BEST and cheapest lots in the District of Columbia. For terms and plats apply to C. O. LANCASTER. Owner, 1410 Q st. n.w. Je7-12t* FOR SALE? CLEVELAND PARK. EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS MAKING. A FEW LOTS AT A BARGAIN WHILE IMPROVE MENTS ARE MAKING. THE MOST BEAUTIKUk-THE CHEAPEST. CLEVELAND PARK. my23-t; JOHN SHERMAN. 610 Uth St.. FOR SALE?ONE OF THE FINEST LOTS ON WASHINGTON HEIGHTS Near Conn. are. A GREAT BARGAIN TO IMMEDIATE PURCHASER. JOHN SHERMAN. my23-tf 610 14th at. FOR SALE-LOTS. LOTS. LOTS. I IN ALL SECTIONS. TOU'LL RAVE TIME AND MONET BY GETTING OCR LIST. IN THE ASH ION ABLE SECTIONS? ON COLUMBIA AND WASHINGTON HEIGHTS. STONE & FAIRFAX. 80S and 808 F St. n.w. myl7-tf MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN. THE NORTHWESTERN BUILDING AND LOAN Association, Tenleytown, D. O., has money to loan on real estate in northwest 6ubu:bs anu Montgomery eounty, Maryland; low interest and easy terms. j*'20-2t* TAKE UP YOUIt oft AND 6% LOANS. We bave $250,000 at 4% AND 4V49i. In sums to suit, on gilt-edge real estate security. SULLIVAN & I1E1TMULLER. ft-20-qt 316 Bond bldg., 14th and X. V. ave. WANTED?A LOAN OF $ 1,5l"i ON HOUSE IN TA konm I'mk. No agents. Address H. W. M.. Star office. Jel8-3t* MivNM'.Y TO LOAN ON !>. C. SECURITY IN SUMS to suit at 4, 4U, nud 5% interest. Privilege of repavwent monthly. HARRY S. WELCH.810 ? n.w. Je,-12t* MONEY ALWAYS IN HAND TO LOAN ON D. C. real estate, in sums to suit, at lowest rates. Nominal charges. No delay. J,- 14-tf A. F. FOX COMPANY, Inc.. 820 F n.w MONEY TO IvOA.N . O.N REAL ESTATE, PER sonal property and collateral. ^ c DAV1S 3<14-6t* 503'E st. n.W. WE CAN MAKE YOU A LOAN ON THE BEST terms and at the lowest rate of Interest 4?4V4?5'/o. All amounts from J500 to $50,000. Arrange ments can be made to make monthly payment* if desired. SMALLEST EXPENSE. Jel2-tf MOORE & HILL (inc.). 717 14th St. n.W. YOU ARE NOT COMPELLED TO BORROW from others, so why not apply to us for a loan on your D. C. real estate*/ Interest is 4% aud 4Vtfc, according to security. Any amount from $5<H) to $125,000. No delay if title is U.K. JeU-tf STONE & FAIRFAX, 806-808 F n.w. MONEY TO LOAN. Call and Investigate our new plan, in operation June 1. Loans on furniture, pianos, etc., without removal or publicity, at about half usual rates. You pay us in small monthly iustallmeuts. No charge for preparing-papers. Strictly confidential. Call or address C. E. '1HIBBY, 3143 M st. n.w. Take avenue cars to the door. Telephone West #4. Je7-tf,7 , $1,000,000 TO LOAN O.N CITY REAL ESTATE. Any amount, loweflt^itei. DELASHMUTT, je6-tf-4 1421 G St. n.w. MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS To SUIT' AT CUR reut rates of lnterest on real estate In tab l>is trict of Columbia. _ FITCH, FOX & BROWN. Je2-tf-5 1406 O at. n.w. MONEY IN SUMS FROM *50 TO *1,500 ON SEC ond trusts, life ins. pol., collateral anil indorsed notes o: any available security; no delay. ATTWELL & TREADWELL, UOO F St. n.w. iny22 T8t,4 MONEY TO LOAN. IN SUMS TO SUIT. AT CUR rent rates of Interest, on approved real estate in the District of Columbia. Charges reasonable. myl7-tf JAMES F. SHEA. 043 La. ave. n.w. *100,000.00 TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT ON FUR niture, PIANOS, Ac., at lowest rates without re moval, publicity or delay; you can pay It back In small monthly payments to suit yourseir. u you bave a loan elsewhere and need more money, come to us. we can accommodate^ y?u- * riTate rooms. Business confidential. SURETY LOAN COMPANY, Room I. Warder bldg.. 2d floor, 9th and F n.w. myl-tf Competition la the life of trade. We EASY TO like it, we invite It. Since .our last cut our competitors are hollering, but GET. our customers are pleased. If you w*nt money Quick and private on your plain EASY note, or on furniture, piano, etc., etc.. see us or write for printed inform* TO PAY. tion. Remember, we not only meet, bat beat ALL competition. The old reliable. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. sp21-tf-12 602 F ST. N.W. WE WILL LEND YOU MONEY On your furniture, pianos, organs, &c.. and y"n can pay It back In small weekly or monthly payments. ABSOLUTELY NO DELAY. Our business is strictly confidential; oo embar rassing questions to ask you. Lowest rates in the city, l'rivate offices. COLUMBIA GUARANTEE CO.. 6ia V STREET N.W. spl4-tf.i* Telephone East 3(K)-Y. MONEY TO IX)AN ON SECOND TRUSTS, In surance policies, indorsed notes, stocks ana bonds, etc., returnable in monthly installments. 1. W. STUBltLE"lELD & CO.. 1110 F St. n.w.. Room 16, Metre rutt bldg. mh24->8t MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE. RETAIL merchants, teamsters, boarding houses, without security; largest business in 42 principal cities. TOLMAN. Boom 101, 533 18th St. n.w. de!4-tf4 MONEY TO LOAN ON DISTRICT REAL ESTATE at current ratej of Interest. RENTINU OF PROPERTIES given special attention. co7-tt HERBERT A. PILL. 131H F st. n.w. TO LOAN ON DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA REAL ESTATB *15,000. *2,000. g.000. *1.000. .000. WOO. 1HOS. E. WAGGAMAN. ?16-tf 817 F at. n.w. Loan, on furniture, pianos, etc., without re moval, publicity or rtelay. Do not hesitate If SIX you want money, as you .an make yonr own terms as to repayment of loan and we guaran tee all transaction, atrlctly confidential. Oar TEN rates are low and no cbBrge or expense If loan Is not made. Call and get inte. and method of loaning and wo can assure you courteous treat F. merit alwaya. If you bave a loan with any ether Company and desire more money, give ua a call Private offices. WASHINGTON MORT GAGE LOAN CO.. 610?F-610. au31-12d MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT 4% and 4H%; payment on principal In amounts of rj or more received at any Interest period. THB H. SMITH CO.. 1408 Nt Y. AVE. JelB-tf Money to loan on apphoved keal est at h ? Itbln the District of Columbia. In amoonts to S"tt applicants, at lowest rates of Interest. jal&-tf.4 GEO. W. LINK INS, 800 lBth ?t. n.w. ii. Kf FULTON'S IX)AN OFFICE, 314 9TH ST. N.W.. ESTABLISHED 1870. MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES. DIAMONDS. JEWELRY. SILVKRWARE. ETC. OLD GOLD AND SILVEIt BOUGHT )a31 tf.8 LOANS ON REAL ESTATE? 4, 4V4 and B per cent. GASCH BROS.. fe27-tf.4 1*07 F st. n.w. MONEY LOANED O.N REAL ESTATE. LOANS negotiated. Ainuusta to suit. Lowest rates of Interest. B. H. WARNER CO.. Je28-1f 816 F St. n.w. LOANS NEGOTIATED ON STOCKS. BONDS, bldg. and loan asan. share., srndlcste certlfs. sod other spproved collateral: old line life policies bought and loaned upon. No cbattela taken. Re liability and promptness assured. C. A. BAKER, Booms 40-42, 1110 F St. Take elerator. del-tf.g MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED CITY REAL estate at 4. 4V4 and S per cent Interest. Special privileges with respect to prior payment., Largs amount. ? specialty. TYLER A RUTHERFORD. 1307 F st. n.w. fe8-tf.B TfTIiU WANT TO BORROW OR LOAN, BUY OB Mil. oo real estate. I csn save yon time and cash, aa I give personal attention to all deala. de0-tf.4 J. EAKIN GaDSBY. B26 13th st. n w. MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. AT Low est rate, of Interest, on D. C. real estate. Larg. Iosds a specialty. Prompt attention. WALTER H. ACKER, no7-tf.S 704 14th st. n w 110 AND UPWARD LOANED ON FURNITURE. PIANOS, Ac., on the Building and Loan Associa tion plan, which make, the coat of carrying loan* much les. than you pay elsewhere, and allowa you to pay it off In any slsed note, yon desire, running from one to twelve month.. Loans with other companies paid off and mora money advanced if desired. Strictly confidential Front room, first door. NATIONAL MORTGAGE LOAN CO.. del6-tf,13 625 F St. n.w. MONEY TO LOAN AT 3H. 4 AND 4* PER CENT. In sums of *1.000 to $100,000, on D. O. real ea ts te; pay off 3 per cent and 6 per cent loans and begin anew at loweat rate* of Intereat; all trans actions conducted with economical consideration It* borrower.. WM. H. SAUNDERS A CO., 1401 F at. n.w. Je8-tf.T DENTISTRY. =U. S. Dental Association* Remember the location. Cor. 7th & D Sts. N/ Over tha Hat Store?and opposite Wash B. my24-tf,7 Williams'. PIANOS TUNED. TUNING AND REPAIRING?PIANO REPAIRING In all lta branches by experts from the Bradbury ? factory. Let ua tdaca your Instrument In perfect condition mnrieally. ToO'U be BOrpriled st tha Improvement in tone. Charge, reasonable, my 14-tf f. O. SMITH. 122S Pa. an. MACHINERY, ETC. FOR SALE?KNOWLES COMBINED PUMP AND boiler. 7x4M*10; 2-HTP. Otto gas engtae; tall sMi rrsnk esftat; 40-8.P. low-praaur* laaaan Ore boiler; aSo2S-H.P. faed water hsetsr. a***'-1 ffw COTnfTBY BOABD. FOR RENT?ONE DOIBLE AND ONE SINGLE nxim, with board; prlvnte family in country lovely shady grounds; (with, telephone; g,*,d steam and electric car service; terms reasonable. Address Box iH>. Star office. je20-2l ? WANTED-BOARDERS at mt. PI JiASANT A pretty country home, 2*4 miles from ltockville; dally convenience to cars; good table; shade- One water; terms moderate. Ho* 12, ltockville Mil. JegO-3t* WAITED?BOARDERS, MADISON, VA.; AT FOOT Blue llldge; elevation 1.000 ft.; beautiful *een ery; excellent water; large rovills' and porches: ?'<>ntry fare; terms moderate. Mrs. CAVE. jeJ0-ot*-4 NEW HOUSE. LAKOF. UWN, ALWAYS COOL; fresh vegetables; bathing and boating; mineral Ti* ?r'fn"n depot ; 2 dally malls. Ap Je20-3t? SHOEMAKER. 8Ucott Spring. Vi! WANTED _ COUNTRY BOARD FOR FAMILY liHIi * iS17 *nd AQ8ust: 2 IK,ult? ?nd S children under 12 year*; must be reasonable and con Je20-2t? t0 r*llroad- Addr'"?* Bo* M, Star office. NICE ROOMS, SHADE. PORCHES; 1ST-CLA8S table; near mountain*. .. . ?n . Mrs. D. H. PLASTER. JeJ0-3t*-e Bhleroont. Loudoun co., Va. COUNTRY BOARD AT ?S PER WEEK; GOOD table, exhilarating and healthful atmosphere and ifS.'lS? ^neryJ APP'y to Mm. MARY GR'S SIMjfc.lt. Ridge. St. Mary's wunty. Md. je2U-2t* WANTED-BY FOUR ADCLtS ROOMS AND board outside city, within on#-hour's ride: pri vate family preferred. address Bo* 39 Star ?mce- : Jel0-3t "PIEDMONT."?THIS FINE OIJ} PLACE, ONE mile from Charles town. Ji?IT. o>.. W. Va.. is now open for b?'ardors. Mrs. K. G. BRISCOE. jo 19-3* WANTED - FEW SUMMER BOARDERS AT -Maple 11111 country home, flille from Front Royal: law, airy rooms; terms, S5 per week; city refs. Box IX. Front Royal, Va. Jel8-3t RIGHT AT THE FAUQUIER WHITE SULPHUR springs?h irst -class I ward, with sulphur water i."'"' room cttachmenta. Apply to je!8-3t J. W. HANBACK. ELERSLIE FARM?WANTED?FOUR ADULTS to occupy one very large, cheerful room; no chll terms moderate. For particulars address JOS. N. CHISWELL, Buckeyatown, Frederick ">?? Md- JelC-in.w, f-Gt MOUNTAIN VISW. GBRMANTOWN, MD.?FINE large residence; high and healthy location; good snade; pleusaut rooms; flrst-class table; bath and all conveniences; very large lawn; 300 yards rrnrn B. and o depot; 20 miles from Wash, terms made known upon application. Spccia ; rites for families, p. e. WATERS, JelO-lOt I H?-i.,LT"Y COUNTRY HOME; AIRY ROOMS ana comfortable beds; good board: Ice, milk, vegetables, fruit, &e.; near station and P. O.; 1 ?H-6t?-4 G" R" thosu>sox. Marshall, Va. "GRAND VIEW HOUSE," ON CHESAPEAKE ? ?' .1 suminer boarders; newly built and fur nished; large, airy rooms; flrst-class table; terms moderate Address B. ALLAN OWINGS. Shady I Side, A. A. Co., Md. Jel3-12t* B2:* w?BR?. WANTED-.NO CHILDREN; HIGH, healthy; lltlila water; mountain air; rich milk fresh vegetables; cool, shady; 0 minutes' walk from station. Mrs. A. S. YANCEY, Elkton, Rock Ingham Co.. Va. Je7-12t* GOOD COUNTRY BOARD AT "OAK OUES'l" farm; 'verythlng fresh, direct from the farm. Write for terms and descriptive circijir to Mr.' O- J. ZIRKLE. Fauquier Springs. Va. J?-4-18t* "THE INGLE8IDE." OPEN JUNE 1. ttOCKVILLB and Georgetown electric cars pass the lawn; 3 minutes' walk from Met. Br. R.R. Bath; hot and cold water. FRANK REPP, Randolph, Md. my24-26t-4 LINGANORE HILLS INN, NEAR FREDERICK. Situation high; large, shady lawn; double porches; fishing, boating; refs. exch. For booklet address Miss E. M. BROWN. Frederick. Md. ap29-104t-? FOREIGN POSTAL SEBVICE. WASHINGTON, D. O., POST OFFICE NOTICE. Should be read caily, as changes may occur at any time. FOREIGN MAILS are dispatched to the ports of sailing daily, and the schedule of closings is ar ranged on the presumption of their uninterrupted VI'T; transit. For the week ending June 21, JulA ... Ia,t ^'nnectlng closes will be made from the MAIN OFFICE as follows; TRANSATLANTIC MAILS. T f. ,'r2A> ,b' At T;15 P.M. for AZORES -S r ii . H Trojan Prince, from New York. - ail for ITALY must tie directed "Per a.s. Tro jan Prince." (b) M 7;IB P.M. for ITALY direct, per s s. Trave, from New York. Mall must be dl NKTMkiiiT7,r"e " <c,At 11:25 PM for >>ETHRRLAND8 direct, per s.s. Noordam, from New iork. Mall must be directed "Per s.s. Noor dam. (c) At 11:25 P.M. for SCOTLAND direct, Sf^^i Astoria, from New York. Mail must be A8t?rla." (c> At 11:25 P.M. for KU.U.ILM. direct, per s.s. Vaderland. from New lork. Mail must be directed "Per s.s. Vaderland." (c> At 11:25 P.M. for EUltOPK, per s.s. Campania, J.ru*P jsewr York, via Queenstown. (c) At 11:25 I .M. for DENMARK direct, per s.s. Hekla, from t^0^. ^.or^* Mail must be directed "Per s.s. Hekla. ?PRINTED MATTER, ETC.?This steamer takes printed matter, commercial papers nnd samples for GERMANY only. The same elans of mail mutter for other parts of EUROPE will not be sent by this ship unless specially directed by her MAILS FOR SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA*, WEST INDIES. ETC. FRIDAY?(c) At 11:25 P.M. for BERMTDA, per s.s. Trinidad, from New York. (c> At 11:25 P.M. for PORTO RICO, per s.s. San Juan, from New York, via San Juan. <c) At 11:25 P.M. for CURA SAO and VENEZU ELA. per s.s. Zulla. from New * ?rk. Mail for SA VANILLA and CARTAGENA must be directed "Per s.s. Zulia." <c? At 11:25 P.M. for FORTUNE ISLAND. JAMAICA, S A VA NILLA, CARTAGENA and GREYTOWN, per s s. At bos, from New York. Mail for COSTA RICA must be directed "Per s.s. Athos.*' (c) At 11:25 P.M. for HAITI, per s.s. Prlns Manritr. from New York. Mail for CURACAO, VENEZUELA TRIN IDAD BRITISH and DUTCH GUIANA must be directed "Per s.s. Prins Mauritz." Mails for NEWFOUNDLAND, by rail to North bydney and thence via steamer, close here dailv except Sundays, at 12 M., and on Sundays at 11:30 A.M. The connecting closes are made on Mon days. Wednesdays and Saturdays Mails for MIQUELON. by rail to Boston and thence via steamer, close here daily, except Snn days, at 12:00 M., and on Sundays at 11:30 A.M. (d) (h) Cl'BA MAILS close here via Port Tampa, Fla. Mondays, Wednesdays aud Saturdays at 8:00 P M ' and via Miami, Fla., Tuesdays and Sundays ?'t 10t30 A.M. Malls for MEXICO overland, unless specially ad dressed for dlapatch by steamers sailing from New Jortc. close here dally at 10:30 A.M. aud 10:00 ,f"r. "KMZE. PUERTO CORTEZ tnd buATBHALA, by rail to New Orleans and thence via steamer, clone here dally at 1(1:30 A M and 10:00 P.M., the connecting climes for which beta* on Mondays. ? Malls for COSTA RICA, by rail to New Orleans and tbence via steamer, (lose here dallv ut lo :ui A lJ"d 10:OO I'.M.. the connecting closes for which being on Tuesdays. TRANSPACIFIC MAILS Mails for ?CHINA and JAPAN, via Tacoma close here dally at 6:30 P.M. up to June 2<f in clusive, for dispatch per s.s. Victoria, (o) ' Malls for AISTRALIA (except those for West Australia, which go via Europe, and New Zealand, malls for which are dispatched via San Francisco! and FIJI ISLANDS, via Vancouver and Vict.,Ha B C close here dally at 0:30 P.M. up to June 21. inclusive, for dispatch per g.s. Aoranel Cc,i Mslls for -CHINA, JAPANj HAWAII and"iPHII, IPPINE ISLANDS, via San' Francisco. Hose dally at 6:30 P.M. up to June 23, Inclusive for dispatch per s.s. Hong Kong Mara *"?,u8Ive. for Malls for the tPHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via San Francisco close here dally at 6:30 P.JI. up " 25. Inclusive, for dispatch per U. S. trans Malls for AUSTRALIA (except those for West A"VrrAvhWFlJI via Europe). NEW ZEALAND. FIJI, SAMOA and HAWAH. via San Francisco, close here dailv at 6:30 P M affoi June 21 and up to June 28, Inclusive, for"dispatch per s.s. Sonoma, (o) ?"?v?i<-u Malls for 'CHINA and JAPAN, via Vancouver and \ Ictorla, B. C., close here dally at 0*30 P \f up to July 1. inclusive, for dls^tch ^rss F^l ?S3Te.?^hl,UM.Mf?Cdfor"I,tlSnu hs'T^t^ ^c/na'i S(o)ngb"1, ChlUa> CanDut ^ Austell*0 0>) * lnC,n"Te' f?r ?Wb6trP?. ?Malls for COCHIN CHINA am . New York for connection with European atea^e?? ^PHILIPPINE ISLANDS (mllto? mill) patched to San Francisco at all "to?s for hat . J" flee, to connect with government transnori. iif? sailings of which are Irregular ' tbe REGISTERED MAI^H close at th? if\tv a? F'CE as follows: (bl At 1(W PM.,n!i .?,F" at 8:00 P.M. same day; (d? at 5:"am 7:. ^2 day; (f) at 1:(X) P.M. previous day; (h) at 12'00 d?y: (rilToo^'^iUVd8.;00 P ^ V"1? Jel4 J0HN A. MERRITT. Postmaster. EDUCATIONAT. 1W "WASHINGTON. ^ND TYPEWRIT. OU?l^lKtea?heLr^i^tho3r^hlyT p?,Tr^ rHE DRILLERY, 1100 NEW YORK AVENUE, Washington, D. O. ' 8borthand, Typewriting, M a t h e m a tics, Bookkeeping Business Training; preparation for Ovll Service Examinations rough drafts, copying and spae' ing; tabulation. No summer vacation; students enter at any Jel3-tf FRENCH LANGUAGE SCHOOL. Attractive method, thorough lnstractlon, 2SWS?&SBr.SJt Si. fJiSB French, German. Spahish, etc. Method awarded two cold and tiro ailver ?t the Paris ExpoelUon lit 1B00T Ita author dee orated Chevalier of the Legion ciiH on or. Over 700 pupils last school year. . : BERLITZ inA,bl.1St'?iI^'er",,ir *ev*n* SCHOOL, MIBU BALCH S ei VIL SFAVICE INSTITUTE AMD iiUaIN ESS t COLLB6B, SStt-4ID*tb*,U*Uc*' typewrttttg. OCEAN TRAVEL. WHITE STAR LINE. KKW YORK?QrKENSTOWN?LIVERPOOL Oco?nlc. June 25. 8:30 to Gormanic Julj 9. noon Majestic. ...July 2. noon Teutonic.. .July 18. noon Celtic July 4, 6 pm (Cymric July 18. 4 pm For rate*, callings and further information apply to Q. W. MOSS. 1411 Q at. n.w. ?nbl-156t-? ANCHOR LINE United State* Mall 8team?hlpa Sail from New York every Saturday for Glasgow via Londonderry First Saloon Paaaace. <60 and npwarC Second Saloon, (3C and upward. Third Claaa, 128 and upward. H1?\'DEKSON BROTHERS, Af?ot?, IT and 18 Broadway, Sew Yotfc. Or O. W. MOSS. 1411 O at. a.w., or B. r. OBOOP * SONS. 925 Pens. are. a.w.. Waahlnctoa. ap?-78t-l? NORTH QERMAN LLOYD FA8T KXFRB88 SEBV1CK. PLYMOUTH?CHKRBOCRQ-BREMBH. Kalaerin.. June 24. 10 am Kalaerlu.. July 22. 10 am Krooprlna.. .July 1. ?oon Kronprtna..July 28. noon Kalaer.... July 15. 10 aa Kalscr Aug. 12, 10 am TWIN-SCRKW PASSENGER SERV1CB. Cherbourg?Southampton. Alternately, and Bremen. Frledrlch..June 28. 10 am Barbaruaaa.Jnly IT. 10am Lalae July 8. 10 aa Bremen. ...July 24. noon Kurfaerit.July 10. 10 am Frledrlcb.. July 31. 1 pm MEDITSRRANKAN SERVICE. GIBRALTAR?NAPLES?GENOA. Alter June 28. lOamiTrave Aug. 2. 8 pm BohenaoU'n.Jaly 8, 9 am AUer Aug. 8. 10 am Lahn July 18, SamiLahn Aug. 23. loam OELRICH3 * CO.. NO. 5 BROADWAY. N. Y. Apply to E. F. DROOP, 825 Pa. fe8-312t Agent for Washington. American Line NEW YORK?SOUTHAMPTON?LONDOX St Paul..Juno 25. 10 am j St Louis. .July 2. 10 am Kensington.July 1,2 pm I'hilad'a. July 9.10 am Red Star Line NEW YORK?ANTWERP-PARIS Kroonland.Juno 28. noon | Friesland. ..July 12. noon Zeoland... .July 5, noon j Yaderland.. July ID, noon INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY. Company's Washington Office. 1306 F at. n.w.. ap24 Or Geo. W. Moss. 1411 G at. n.w. FRENCH LINE. COM PAGN IE GEN ER ALE TRANSATLANTIQUB. Direct Line to Havre?Paris (France). Sailing every Thursday at 10 a.m. From Pier No.42. North River, foot Morton st-.N.Y. ?La Savole June 20 *La Touralne July 17 La Iiretagne July 3, *La Savoie July 24 ?La Lorraine July lOjLa Gascogne July 31 ?Twin-Screw Steamers. General Agency. $2 Broadway. New York. GEORGE W. MOSS. mhl-312t 1411 G ST. N.W. MEDICAL. m fM/H Specialist, 12th <& F Sts. Regular Graduate Two Schools. Authorized to treat Diseases of the Brain and Nervous System, Skin. Blood. Heart. Stomach, Liv er, Kidneys, Bladder, Nose, Throat and Lungs. Stric ture, Varicocele and Hydrocele cured without cut' ting or operation. No pain. No loss of time. Blood Diseases and Disorders of the Urinary Organs promptly relieved and permanently cured by safe methods. Vitality restored. Charges low. Free consultation In person or by letter. Hours, 10 to 1 and 3 to 6; Sunday, 10 to 12; Wednesday and Sat urday evenings. 7 to 8. Jel6-tf,21 HAIR DRESSER ? CURES SCALP DISEASE; brings hair on bald heads; removes dandruff; shampooing and treating hair a specialty. Mrs. MARY A. WHITE. 1732 8th St. Jel3-12t* Thermo Electric Institute, Pope Bldg., 817 14th st. n.w. Hours: 9:30 to 5. Supeiheated air, static electricity, X-Ray, ?tc., for the treatment in acute and chronic diseases. Inspection Invited. Charges moderate. my27-26t*7 Dr. LEATHERMAN, Expert Speclallft In the cure of all apeclal dla eaae*. Hydrocele. Varicocele. Strlctura, Impo tence and Blood dl~eaaea cured for life. Consulta tion free. 602 F at. D.W. aplT-tf.S UNDERTAKERS. W. R. Speare, Undertaker & Embalmmer, 940 F STREET NORTHWEST. ErerythlDf (trictly flrat-claaa and on the moat reasonable terms. Telephone call 340. Ja7-10tf FOR SALE?LOTS. i A House and for $3<0><Q>. It seems impossible, and y^t is absolutely practical. As high as $1,000 lias been loaned on a lot at CONGRES S HEIGHTS. The Ix.rrower has ^ paid back the loan in monthly Installments amounting to less than rent, thus practically get ting the house and lot for $300. Stop paying rent and turn the money into a home f.?r yourself and family In Randle Park, the new addition to Con gress Heights. Take yellow car going sonth on 9th st., ride out to Congress Heights and select a lot with a shade tree on it before they are all gone. A. R. RANDLE, Owner, Congress Heights. D. C. Jel4-tf BOLT AT MONTPELIER. Republican. State Convention Divided on License Question. The Vermont state republican convention at Montpelier yesterday nominated Gen. J. O. McCullough of Bennington for gov ernor on the third ballot, a body of dele gates supporting Percival W. Clement of Rutland marching out of the hall as a protest against the action of the majority. The bolting delegates later, at an im promptu open-air demonstration, nominated Mr. Clement for governor on an indepen dent ticket, but later developments indi cated that the high-license men would de vote some time to a consideration of the political outlook before placing an Indepen dent ticket In the field. Mr. Clement him self advised his followers to go home and think it over before taking any hasty action. Z. 9. Stanton of Roxbury was nominated for lieutenant governor on the second ballot over F. W. Baldwin of Ballon. For secre tary of state Fred G. Fleetwood of Morris town was chosen without opposition, apd J. L. Bacon of Hartford- was similarly nominated for treasurer. There were four candidates for auditor, Horace F. Graham of Craftsbury winning on the second ballot. The convention then adjourned sine die. The platform adopted by the convention after the usual introductory passages, ap proves the policy of the administration with reference to the recently acquired Philippine Islands, and deplores that criticism ot the policy of their acquisition is not now in sera son. Other declarations in the platform are: "Resolved, That we regard with Just pride the fidelity of our government in the re demption of Its voluntary pledge of inde pendent government to Cuba. "That we approve reciprocity as recom mended by President Roosevelt. "That while we recognize the fact that the enormous business of the country In the several departments of finance, Indus try and transportation, can only now be done by combinations, corporate or individ ual, and that the necessity arises from trade and business conditions which lie outside and beyond the control of legisla tion, disclaiming any spirit of unreasonable hostility, we are In favor of the utmost vigilance, legislative, judicial and executive. In guarding the public against any and every abuse of such combined power and of the 6Wlft and sure punishment of all of fenders. "That the republican party of Vermont adheres to Its long-cherished belletf that the unrestricted traffic in intoxicating liquors Is a public evil, and the material modification of the existing law on that subject shoilld be made only after thor ough discussion and mature deliberation by the people, and we request the state legis lature at Its next session to make provision for ascertaining the will of the people by direct vote upon the acceptance or rejection of a license and loca^ option law." Warships Going to Venezuela. The Navy Department has received a telegram announcing the departure of the Topeka from Ban Juan, Porto Rico, bound for La Gualra. to join the Cincinnati in a watch over American Interests In Vene zuela. An Ideal Place. Persons In search of a hotel at a cool re sort, with private bath and an unobstructed Ocean view, will find the Colonial, Cape May, N. J., an Ideal place. THE PRESS OF CHINA FOBEIGN INFLUENCE FELT BY CHINESE NEWSPAPEBS. European Capital Invested in Native Journals?Periodicals That Are Ancient. From the I >>ikV<u Glob*. Case-hardened <as China has undoubtedly shown Itself in very many respects to the Influences of western civilization. In one direction at least Intercourse wtlh the outer world has made itself felt. Periodical pub lications in the shape of newspapers have been known in China since the ninth cen tury; but it Is only during the last quarter of a century that the press of China has assumed its present form, and It may thus be regarded as a product of foreign in fluence. In the majority of the cases in which Chinese enterprise is devoted to ! Journalistic undertakings, foreign capital is represented. The editors of these news i papers are exclusively Chinese, and they are not difficult to find in a country in which every man who wishes to make a \ name must be a literate. Chinese Printers. ! The compositors and printers are also Chinese. It is not surprising to barn that the Chinese press is especially strong in those seaport towns in which there are European settlements. It is not altogether an unmixed blessing that the press of China Is under no restraint from the side of the law. for the mamlarins enjoy the privilege of dealing with the newspapers just as they may happen to deem fit. When a liberal Journal has gone to a certain length In out spokenness the authorities step in, close the printing office and imprison the editor. However, the Chinese have risen to the occasion, and with a view to avoiding this sudden termination of their editorial activi ty, many Chinese newspapers are published by a European firm, and a foreisner is announced as editor. By this subterfuge the newspaper escapes Interference on I lie part of the arbitrary representatives of the Chinese government. The Peking Journal. The oldest Chinese newspaper is the Pek ing Journal, founded, according to tradi tion, during the Sung dynasty, which lasted from !>70 to 1366. It Is not an official organ in the present meaning of the word: It is simply a newspaper which appears with the permission of the government, and it communicates to the people the Imperial decrees and the orders issued by the va rious governmental departments. It Is not permitted to make any editorial comments or remarks', these are scarcely necessary, seeing that in the bestowal of awards and In the infliction of punishments the reasons which have led to the decision in either case are fully given. The Peking Journal appears daily, and is riad by the educated Chinese in all parts of the empire. It is printed by means of movable wooden type, and it consists generally of from ten to twelve thin, cinnamon-colored little sheets of paper, which are bound together: each side Is divided into ten columns by red lines, and every column contains fourteen characters of type. Nearly every number of this semi-official organ casts a lurid light upon the conduct of the mandarins. For example, the issue of January 4, 1K!'7, quotes ten Instances of gross violation of duty on the part of the higher officials. The Shanghai News. The most important newspaper In Shang hai Is the She-we-she-pao; In other words. The Current News. This is a long and slender paper, because the Chinese place the words one under the other, and these are read downwards. Every number has eight sides. The Chinaman reads his paper from right to left; thus, in the right-hand upper corner of the last side appears the title, on either side of which there are the day and the month, according to European and Chinese reckoning. After the pattern of English newspapers, the first side con tains numerous advertisements, on the second side are printed items of news of ? political importance, imperial decrees ana official appointments. Then follow tele ' grams from the outer world. As the Chi1 r.ese press possesses no news agencies tele grams are "lifted" copiously from l.iiRlish and Japanese newspapers, but always with a most conscientious acknowledgement of the source whence they are taken. For its home news a Chinese newspaper relies upon its correspondents in the provinces. I.astly comes the leading article, in which weighty questions relating either to the interna! life or to the foreign policy of the country are discussed. This Shanghai newspaper is decidedly literary in its aims; however. It has its staff of reporters, and it d< votes a good deal of space to items of news. mickey fob govebnob. Choice of the Nebraska State Beubli can Convention. John H. Mickey of Osceola. Polk county, was nominated for governor by the Nebras ka republican state convention at Lincoln, last night, after an almost continuous ses sion from 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon. The nomination came to Mr. Mickey on the thirteenth ballot after a vain efTort in turn to nominate W. M. Robertson and J. B. Dlnsmore. The ticket was completed as follows: Lieutenant governor?E. G. McGilton of Omaha. Secretary of state?George W. Marsh of Falls Citv. Treasurer?Peter Mortensen of Ord. Auditor?Charles Weston of Rushville. Attorney general?F. N. Prout of Beatrice. Commissioner of public lands and build ings?G. D. Follmer, Nelson. Superintendent of schools?A. W. Fowler. The nominees, except governor, lieutenant governor and treasurer, are present state officers, and the selections were made by acclamation. The feature of the conven tion was the unanimity and enthusiasm with which the national administration was in dorsed. - A communication from Senators Millard and Dietrich, explaining their attitude on the Cuban reciprocity bill, was placed on file without action. BISHOP WHITTLE DEAD. Had Been Head of the Diocese of Vir ginia Since 1876. The Right Rev. Francis M. Whittle, bish op of the Episcopal diocese of Virginia, died at his home In Richmond yesterday after noon, In the seventy-eighth year of his age. The bishop of Virginia was born ih Meck lenburg county, Va., on July 7, 1823. He graduated from the Theological Seminary of Virginia, Alexandria. In 1847, and was or dained a deacon in 1847 by Bishop Meade, who ordained him to the priesthood in the following year. After tilling various charges in his native state he became rec tor of St. Paul's Church, Louisville, Ky., in 1657, and was consecrated assistant bishop of Virginia on April 30. 1868. becoming bish op after the death of Bishop Johns, on April 5, 1876. NO CEBEMONIES HEBE. Arrangements for Departure of Lord Pauncefote's Remains. It has been decided that there shall be no ceremonies at Washington In connection with the removal of the remains of Lord Pauncefote, the observances being con fined to Annapolis. The remains will leave Washington on a special train July 1 for Annapolis, where the cadets and a marine battalion, stationed there, will salute the casket as It Is taken aboard the flagship Brooklyn, and a salute of minute guns will be fired on shore as the big cruiser sails down Chesapeake bay. Testa Ware'Unsatisfactory. Reports received at the Navy Depart ment are to'the effect that the experiments conducted on board the United States steamer Nashville In the Mediterranean with a French system of wireless teleg raphy have proved unsatisfactory. The tripod which takes the place of the ordi nary dust coherer, while serviceable for a permanent station, would not work in the movements of a ship. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. | Closing' Exercises Held Wednesday Before a Distinguished Audience. Special Correal*,ndeoe* uf The Kvenliif s-.r nURI.OTTKSVIT.LK, Va.. Jun, 1!?. U?,2 There was * lar*, atter.dar.ee at the ex ercises in connection with the ajinual com mencement of the diversity of Virginia The morning exercises yesterday Wer,. m >M interesting. many noted men b-ir.g pr?>n ent on the rostrum. including Gov. Andr. w Jackson Montague of Virginia. Head Mai ter George W Miles of St Albans. Dr. Hunter Pendleton ?f the Virginia Miliary Institute. John L. William, of Richmond. Judge L L. Lewis of Richmond. Joseph Bryan of Richmond. R. Walton Moor* of Harmrt*i 'GIm* "f Mnchburg. Daniel Pfif^ n this*city and Col Willi?,,, E. iam V Th , Barrluger. Prof W'lH CC wir'"?' Prof W *- I'"?- Mr. veiiitjv m*ny othrr* of unl ? i.At.the commencement of the exercises MarshaH''w?*?" portr,lt of Justice Marshall was presented, the sneech of presentation being made by JuXTl. I. by^?rof WmhTnn<1'eail(1 acrol>,*?"?" speech portraite of ,he law faculty. Th? E?'* th,k Property of John I. Wll he cia^sTf it--, "a" "f th<* urllvM"*lty or to the"nlversHy: <1?rlat M ? J htm nlar"tor1iy U'?rr *a" H '??*???? testimo todav from K IMr?- *h" MiM versitvami ,*lr. "f U<:ln ?l 'he uni service! r'y f"rl> <>f faithful George w. MUe*. hea.l master of 8, V an,i^h?"^rl,a'f ?f !h* "f itors. and the address in h, half of ihe fac ton Vh" mM<1" "y Prof M Thorn ton. The speech In behalf of the commit ee was delivered by Or. Hunter r.r?"n ?ddV. ? . ' 'leliver 1 the 1 To <? .? ? r"l>IV A ?"??'nwnlal pr.aentrd to oi. Ieters consisted of an edition of the fr .m c' ,n,-|o!""? ,!> iin imported book :.se from Germany. The retirement of Col. Peters Is a source of deep r.gr. t to his many friends and ad mirer* Prof, Thomas Fitzhugh >f ?e ? " Trxa" wl" him. Mr. K M. Latham of Omncack. Va . won WnilTr V 'he be8' off, red hv W llllam J Bryan. His essa> w as on ' The \Vr7~h, ' Government." .Mr chrisroph. r Wright won the Colonial Dames m .1,1 Jjmm I.ane Allen, the author, spoke Mon <lu} night, and chose for his subject "The Representative Arofrtcan." The Stonewall Hand of Staunton retfder d the music. Eu H farrar of N'*w Orleans cre ated much enthusiasm In his address bc , fore the alumni, his topic being "The L.k ,i Remedy for Plutocracy." He Jas ?e. 1> interrupted by applause. Judge Patter 8?n ^Ponded to the toast to the alumni. l he final german was given in the g* naslum Monday and Tuesday nights the l;ist being the most picturesque. The "T !. ;? K?" -,T"k,a" ?'?? hy Mr Mrodle Salle and Miss Lily Hill of Richmond Tho final ball was led by the same couple ^ '*,rgc and appreciative audience greet i w. ^rad,,a<?'s In the public hall last night, when the exercises of "public .1 . " were concluded. i The following received the degree of doc tor of medicine: \V. Hampton Anderson ! WHson X. C.; Morton W. linker. I'nlvcr | slty of \ Irgln'a; .Ian !K,n Rail. Rollln. Cal i Benjamin W. Bay leas, Louisville. K s ? Howson W. Cole. jr.. Danville. Va.; Allan B. Cleborne. Portsmouth. Va.; Virginl-is ; Dabney Trapp. Va.j Thon as H. Daniel. Mfn^pliis. T?-nn.; Kdward M. <*avle. War ren ton. N. C.: Arthur H. Hnrris. San \n I tonio. Tex.: Waiter S. Hoen. Richmond. ? a.; Robert Lemmon. Lynchburg \'a < > Hunter McClung. Fairfield, Va.. Per. y F. I McMnrdo. Charlottesville. Va.; S \\'lk?a ' Merrltt, Raltimore. Md.; Wm Cabell Mo< re. Berryvllle, Va.; Baxter S. Moore. Chester." S. C.; James W. Peg ram Jr.. Warrenton." \n.; Don Preston Peters Cniveraity of Vir gitiia; ia wis W. l*ollok. I>an\ ille Va ' Ben jamin P. Riley, Oakdale, Md ; T Du.il. v Roundtree. Paris Tex ; Francis B S. wall Houston, Tex.; Harry B. Taylor, Norfolk! \_a.; Gideon Tlmberlake. Charlottesxlllr, \a.; Hugh H Trout. Staunton. Va ; i:> t jamin C. Willis. Winc hester, K'v Thomas H. Wright, jr.. Portsmouth Va ; .! Milton Yarborough. Navasota. Tex The following received the degree of l.a. h elor of law: l^ndon C. Bell. Wilburn Va William C. Benet. jr.. Abb. vllle. S C ; J,,hii | F. Blackburn, Grottoes, Va.; Harry II j Bonner, Sandersville. Miss.; N. Kiigen* j Brasie. Denver. Col.; Algernon S Huford jr.. Richmond. Va ; Joseph G. Collins. I|...k1 <5a.; Richar.1 I> Cooke. Norfolk. Va . <"ari H. Davis. Petersburg. Va.; Charles D Foster. Fredericksburg. Va.; John J. Green leaf. Richmond. Ky.: George C. < In-gory I Warrenton. N. C.; Garland Hamn.-r I.ynch j burg. \ a.; William R. Harrison, D\ ? rslmrg, I Tenn.; Joseph M. Hart field. Hen.I. rson' j Ky.; Benjamin M Hoover. New Market, j Va.; Robert M Hughes, jr.. Norfolk. Va ; Robert W. lluie. jr.. Rceston. l.a ; .1 R* Johnson, jr.. Chrlstiansburg. Va.; Thomas Catesby Jones, Petersburg. Va : Bradford Kilbv. Suffolk. \a.; Clark.* Knight. Tampa, -Fla . Henry G. LaVinder. Martinsville. Va ; William L. Lee. Crawford. \'a.. Morona o! Litz. Tazewell. Va.; Rlbert S. Maluuey. Washington. 1) C ; William L. Mason. Mc Rae. Ga ; James M Mason. Lewisburg, W. Va.; Berkeley Minor, jr.. Staunton.*Va ; Wm. Temple Mooklar, Mangohi.k, Va.; J. Moore, Diana, Tex.; R B. Munford. Jr.. Richmond. Va.; S. M O'Brien. Louisville," Ky.: J. W. II. Pilson, Staunton, Va.: J II. Porter. Trenton, N. J ; L. A Revmann. Wheeling W. Va.; F. H. Roberts. Abingdon, Va.; W. H. Robertson. Piasterco. Va.; W. F. L. Rodetnann. Newark. N. J.; T. d! Savage. Como. N. C.; O. I,. Shackleford. Warsaw. Va.; T. B. Snead. Ktna Mills. Va ; P P. Stoptce. Raccoon i-\>r<i. Va.; Albert N Talty, Washington. D. C.; R. B Tun stall. Norfolk. Va.; Bradley Walker. Nash ville. Tenn.; T. R. Waring. Jr.. Memphis. Tenn.; A. G. Weaver. Front Royal. Va.; F. T. Wilklns. Bridgetown. Va.; D P Withers. Danville. Va.. and Wm. de l! Worseley, Columbus, Ga. Civil engineers' degree?R B Harris and G. S. Nelson, Albemarle county. Va.. and F. R. Saegmuller. Alexandria county. Va. Mining engineer?J. B. Dilworth, Char lottesville. Va. After the conferflng of degrees th. alum ni. graduates and visitors adj mrned : > the rotunda, the scene of a brilliant reception, which lasted until midnight. OLD NASSAU MOURNS DEGNAN. Acute Bronchitis Carries Off Veteran Campus Policeman.. A dispatch to the Philadelphia Press from Princeton, N. J., yesterday says: Johnny Degnan. the well-known campus policeman, died at his home today. For more than twenty-five years he had been ln the fm ploy of the university and a score of th^se years he spent in the capacity of campus policeman. Degnan was a great favorite among stu dents and alumni and his name has be. n celebrated ln their songs and stories. The faculty song, which for many years has been sung every evening in spring time, ends with "Johnny. Johnny Degnan. do you want me? No, siree. not this after noon, "ternoon." A year ago. on account of his advanced years, Degnan was retired on a pension, but he has since been a fre 1 quent visitor to the campus. For several weeks Johnny had been suffering with acute asthma, and a sudden attack carried him off this morning. Four daughters and three sons survive him. His funeral will be held in St. Paul's Catholic Church on Saturday morning, and a number of pro fessors and college officials will attend High Elevation, Pure Water. High elevation, pure water and an excel lent table are characteristics of Leesburg Inn, Leesburg, Va.. which is now open for the summer. It Is oto of the most delight ful places in the mountains. Favorable Report Authorized. The Senate committee on immigration has authorized Senator Penrose to make a favorable report on the House immigration restriction bill. Some amendments wera made to the portion of the bill pertaining to an educational test for Immigrants. *? as t</ make it conform to the original Sen ate bill. The bill will not be reported until next Monday. An effort will be made to have it considered during th? present ses sion. Miahap to th? Blakely. A telegram received at tha Navy De partment from Newport, where the torpedo boat destroyer Blakely wm making a stand, ardizing trial, saya that tha bottom of th* port high-pressure steam cheat broka. scalding two of the contractor's men og the arms. New cylinders will be required, involving a delay of three months.