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SOCIAL MATTERS.
Oeo. And Mr*. Hazrn's Silver Wedding
? Personal Notes.
The third assistant postmaster general. Mr.
A. D. Hazen. sad Mr*. Hazen entertained a
company at their residence, No. 629 G street
southwest, last evenuig. in honor of the tweuty
fl'lh anniversary of their marriage. The draw
ing rooms were tastefully garnished with the
prevailing dower, the many-colored chrysan
themums. and feathery ferns and palms. Pres
ident Harrison sent a large bunch of chrysan
themums. that decked the hall for the evening.
Gen. and Mrs. Hazeu received their guests in the
front drawing room. The hostess was most
becomingly attired in a gown of black silk,
demi-trained. and she wore diamond orna
ments and held a bouquet of bridal roses.
- They received a number of handsome gifts
* from friends here and from a distance, mostly
in silver, the occasion being the silver anni
versary of their wedding. A superb supper
was served snd the health of the host and
hostess were drauk in bumpers of wine that
flowed freely. It waa at a lute hour that tho
company broke up. Among tho?e present
wore I'ostm inter General \Y ana maker, (.'apt.
Sherwood, Mr. E. G. Kathbone, Dr. aad Mrs.
W'.C.P. Hazen. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. McGntre, Miss
McGuire, Mr. and Mrs. D.H. li.izeu. Mr. and Mrs.
L. A. Wood. CoL Smith A. Wmttield. Mr. aud
Mrs. Lacy, Dr. Cbas. F. MacDonald, Mr and
Mrs. W. B. Coolev. Mr. R W. Hiyues. Mr. J.
K bates. Mr. ar.d Mrs. E. S. Hull. Sir. Jno. A.
Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Scott. CoL J. F.
bate*. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Hughes. Mi?s
Hughe*, Mr. and Mrs. b. 11. browu, Mr. E. >i.
George. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sperry. Mr. and
Mrs. A. G. 31. Frevost. Mr. uud .Mrs. E. T. Hull.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. laris. Mr. W. T. Andrews.
Mr. A. 11. liali?!?. Miss 8. A. Norton. Miss S. E.
Smith. Miss M. L. best. Mr. W. K. Hooper,
Miss Hooper. Mr. and 31 rs. H . G. Kusscll, Mr.
and lira J. M. Voting. Mr. A. W. bingham, Mr.
and Mrs. E. C. Fowler, Mr. W. R Thompson,
Mr. J. J. Jom*s. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Thomas,
CoL aad Mrs. bates. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
H ./en. Mr. John l?epue. Dr. and Mrs. D. li.
llazeu. Mr. .Mailison Davis. Mr. George b.
Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Leidv lln/en. Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. Depue. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hazen, Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Collins. Hon. J. W. Tyner. Miss
Daisy Depue. Mr. W. T. Norton, Mr. and Mrs.
1?.F. ^wayze, Mr. K. 11. Thayer and Mr. E. C.
Wood. Gen. and Mrs. Hazen were assisted in
receiving thtir guests by their daughter, Miss
belie Hsz?*n. and their niece. Miss Koud.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Halliday returned last
week to the city. Thcr spent most of the past
season in Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1L Outhwaite are back from
Ohio and are located for the season at No. 4
Dupont circle.
Capt B. W. Meade and family of the navy
yard have taken the house No. 1100 Vermont
avenue for the season.
Miss Grace L. Taylor, daughter of Medical
Inspector W. F.. Taylor of tho navy, is visiting
the family of bear Admiral Colhoun, No. 1612
21st street.
Hon. J. Ambler Smith and family, with the
exception of the eldest daughter, vrho is
with her grandfather. Chief Justice Lewis,
at Uichmond, have returned for the w.uter.
The daughter returns in about two weeks.
Mrs. Annie Louise Powell gave a t>ox party
last night to hear Miss Howe and the George
town Orchestra. Her guests were Mrs. Harri
son. Mrs. Ely, a guest at the White House;
Miss Katharine Taylor. Secretary Haiford, Dr.
Jerome Chase and Mr. Osksr Kurtzscli.
Miss K. llolden. Miss M. A. bisbee and Mrs.
Peck of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Jovco and
Miss Joyce of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. F. J.
Hennngsworth of Dallas, Tex., are at the Hotel
Aruo.
Mr. Charles E. Barry has returned from Eng
land with his brule and is for the present the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simpson at their
home, 1407 31st street, Georgetown.
Mr. J. Heilprin's (pleasant home on B street
southwest was brilliant with lights and re
dolent with the odor of flowers Wednesday
evening on the occasion of the marriage of his
daughter Ella to Immanual Cauit of Peoria,
111. At 6 o'clock the bridal party entered the
parlor preceded by the bride's sister, Miss
lnna Heilprin. daintily dressed. The bride
entered with her father, wearing an imported
gown of white faille embroidered in silver and
and heavily trimmed in old point lace, with a
pearl brooche and bracelet, gift of the groom.
There was a delightful collation m tho dining
room. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Bosafy. Miss bosafy. Prof. Franklvn of Johns
Hopkins University and Mrs. Franklvn. uncle
and aunt of the bride; Prof, and Mrs Heilprin.
Mr. and Mrs. Polluck. Mr. and Mrs. Baar. all
of New York; Mrs. Clinton. Miss Mabel Clin
ton, sister and niece of the bride; Mr. and Mrs.
Baar of Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Howser. Miss Mollis and bcrtie Baar. Mr. and
Mrs. Black, Mr. and Mrs. Loveman. Miss
Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. Giles Heilprin. Miss
Fanny and Ruth Heilprin, Miss St. Clair, Mr.
Bookder. Mr. and Mrs. Davis. Miss Wilson. Mr.
Victor Clinton. Mr. Simms, Mr. Sloan. Mr. Wal
ter Polluck and Mr. W. Heilprin. Later in the
evening the bridal couple left for their new
home in Peoria, 111. The bride wore a light |
broadcloth dress with hat aud jacket to match,
handsomely trimmed in minx fur.
The next meeting of the sewing circle (G.M.
H.) will be held at the residence of Mrs. C. M.
Peppsr, No. 1337 K street, at 10:30 a.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgs D. La Fetra returned
from Atl inta this morning,where they attended
the meeting of the W.C.l.U.
Mr. H. 1*. Barnes of Philadelphia, accom
panied by his bride, who is on his wedding ,
tour, is staying at the Normandie.
Mrs. F. C. Buckbee and Mus E. E. Spetrs of
Owego, N.Y., are at the FreUonia.
CoL W. F. Durant and family of Chicago
have returned to the city and are quartered at
W lllaru's for the winter.
W. L Frazier and bride of Greensboro, N.C.,
are spending their honeymoon m the city and
are at Willard's.
Cards arc out for a reception at the new
home of Mr. and Mrs. 2. P. Gunion. 927 O
street, from 4 to 7 o'clock, the 2*">th instant, in
honor of their son. Philip Si. Gunion. and his
liauce. Miss Manila li. brooks. The wedding
wiU bs on the 27th, at high noon, at the resi
dence of the bride's father, Mr. A. F. Brooks,
1842 Vermont avenue, and will be attended by
the respective families only. A wedding break
fust will be served, alter which Mr. and Mrs.
Gunion will depart for Cincinnati, Ohio, where
the former has located in business.
Company B of the W.LI. Corps will give its
first complimentary hop of the season on Tues
day evening.
IS'? .
All the Charges Were Dismissed.
Sunday night there was trouble at Kate De
vmney's house in East Washington, during
which Jossph Steinernagel received a gentlo
tap on the head with Policeman Curtis' club,
and Henry Landvoight claimed that he was
pushed aside by the officer.
The officer suspected that liquor was being
sold in Kate's place, although when once prose
cuted it was shown that soda was the only liquid
that whs dispensed.
hundi.v uight the officer went in the back
way and the two young men evidently wanted
:? interfere with his action*.
Tue trouble en led in the Police Court today
by the officer being charged with assaulting
one of the men, and the latter with an assaait
on the officer.
All the charges were dismissed.
Fined for Fast Driving.
Gs orgeAnthony. an express wagon driver,
was called upon in the Police Court today to
explain why he drovo his horse around the
corner of New York avenue aud 10th street at a
rate of speed faster than four mdes an hour.
"Certainly, the horse was going faster than
four miles an hour." said the defendant. "The
animal can walk faster than that."
Officer Cross gave ovidence of the dangerous
rate of speed at which Anthony was driving
aad a flue of tlO was imposed.
Caught With Another Man's Bicycle.
liarry M. Schueid> r, the hardware dealer,
left his Dart bicycle in front of hta store on
Pennsylvania avenue last night and a young
man came along and went off with it. Mr.
Schneider followed the young man to the cor
ner of 13th street, where Officer Hollinberger
arrested him. He gave hi* name ss John Gor
?.ou aud said he waa a bartender from New
York. When tl e case was called before Judge
Miller today Lawyer Sillers, for the prisoner,
waived an examination and ths case Was sent
to ths grand jury. He wss committed in de
fault or ?5U> bail.
Mrs. Seblppert Wants a Divorce.
Anna Schippert, by Hon. John Goods, to
day filed a bill for divorce from Ferdinand
Schippert Ths bill state* that they were mar
ried in Philadelphia. August IS, 18H4, aud weut
to New York and lived together till January,
IvA. She charge* that he failed to support
aad bs frequently cruelly treated her. striking
aad kicking her. and she was compellsd to re
turn to her father'*. She states he wrote to
her to rctnrn to h:m aud she w rote him ia
January. lso6, agreeing to do so, but In reply
received a letter stating that she waa too late,
lor he had aiadc up his mind to return to Ger?
SHOOTING STARS.
The de parting American Ornithologists' Union
to the Washington Club: "Ta, ta, Birilie."
money ka-ter.
Farmer?to Broker: "Isn't money easier?"
Broker: "How do 70a mean? Easier to get
or easier to lose?"
It may bo a Kolb day in Alabama for Senator
Pugh.
Dr. Koch will probably be made Prince of
Tuberculose-us and Barren of Bacillus by the
Emperor in honor of his discoveries.
Government officials and agents at present
are discharging their duties with loud reports.
A Charles county farmer in town today re
ports the Madd in Prince Oeorge as entirely
turned into dust and liable to be blown away
by the slightest breeze. 1
AS AMATEUR.
Pretty Girl Photographer: "Oh, mamma, I'm
stuck 011 Mike."
Mamma?shocked: ''Mike who, daughter?"
P. <i. P.: Mike Amera. mamma."
A WISE CHILD.
Bob and Flaxie wero discussing their beef
steak at breakfast this morning, when Flaxic
appealed to mamma.
"Mamma." shu said, "does beefsteak come
out of cows?"
"Naw," interrupted Bob, with an air of scorn
ful superiority; "of coarse it don't Flaxie.
Cows lays milk."
AX ADVEBTISEMEST.
Now don't you forgette
To Uko the carette.
You beite!
"Japonica" is the title of Sir Edwin Arnold's
notes on Japan. [Hook Kevins. Why not Ja
panica?
NO ESCAPS. |
Mrs. Hayseed?impetuously: "And we had
the highest fire at our hotel, and they waked
us up just in time!"
Mr. H.?"l'ou must have had a very narrow
escape?"
Mrs. H.: "We didn't have any escape at all.
Wo had to wait until the firemen put up a lad
der."
THE CABEFCL PHT3ICIAX.
Rich Patient?wearily: "Doctor, do you think
I'll get well very soou?"
Doctor?absent-mindedly: "Not if I can help
it."
HIS AM1LL WIFE.
Wife: "Before we were married you said I
was an angel, but you never say so now."
Husband?tenderly: "No, darling, but I wish
you were one."
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THE GOOD TEMPLARS' BIG TIME.
Arrangements for Celebrating Their
Silver Anniversary.
The Oood Templars of this District are at the
present time especially busy, since in addition
to its regular work preparations are in active
progress for the celebration of the twenty-fifth
anniversary of the introduction of tho order in
this District, which will begin with a service at
the Metropolitan M. E. Church next Sunday
evening, when Dr. Corey will deliver the anni
versary sermon. Next Monday evening tho an
niversary meeting will be held at the Congre
gational Church. At this meeting the Grand
Lodges of Virginia and Maryland will attend.
The Grand Lodge of Ontario studs its vice
Templar, Miss Bessie Starr Keefer, and the
Kight Worthy Grand Lodge sends its represen
tative in the person of Dr. Orouhyatekha. the
right worthy grand councillor of the order, n
full-blooded Indian, who is a physician, an
uutbor of note and an orator and debater of
singular force and originality. The chief otli
cers of the various District temperunce organi
zations have been invited to occupy seats on
the platform. The musical part of the elabo
rate program will be under the direction of
Prof. Bischoff. A large number of the mem
bers of the order whose membership extends
over ten years or more have effected a tem
porary organization of the Good Templars
Veteran Association by the election of the fol
lowing temporary officers: W. G. Perry, presi
dent; Geo. W. Johnson, secretary, and Mrs. E.
A. Chambers, treasurer. By unanimous vote
the association determined to tender to tho
distinguished visitors at the celebration a re
ception and banquet at the Kenniore Hotel
next Tuesday evening and to extend to the or
der generally an invitation to participate. The
refurnishing of Good Templars' Hall is pro
gressing satisfactorily, so as to be completed
before Wednesday evening of next week, when
tho Grand Lodge of this District will meet in
annual session.
AMUSEMENTS
Georoetown Orchestra.?The Georgetown
Amateur Orchestra last night at the Music
Hall showed the great improvement it had
made since last season, ana proved itself un
organization of which Washington may well Le
proud. The program embraced compositions
by Uoode, Beethoven. Grieg, Dvorak and
Strauss, a range sufficiently wide to satisfy all
grades of musical tuste. and each number
was performed with an intelligence and pre
cision of execution that testified in tho
most pronounced mauner to the careful
rehearsal by the conductor, Mr. Josef Kaspar,
who has every reason to be gratified with the
work of the baud. The soloists introduced
were Miss Alice C. Spier, pianist, and Miss
Marv Howe, soprano. The former in her in
terpretation and execution of the piano score
in the Beethoven concerts proved herselt a fin
ished performer, and although Miss Howe was
suffering |from a cold she sang the bird song
from David's "La Perle du Bresil" in a
manner which delighted the large
audience present. The liqnid purity
of her voice and its marvelous flexibility were
never exhibited to better advantage. In the
songs l>y Cowen the singer's cold was more ap
parent Ihe entire concert or rehearsal, as it
whs called, was the best which the orchestra I
has ever given and the murked commendation
of the audience should encourage them even
to higher aims in the future.
The grand concert for the benefit of the old
Smithtu Id Church, near Old Point, takes place
tonight at National Iiitles' Hall.
Miss Marie Tempest, who appears at Al
baugh's next week in "Ited Huzzar." made her
first step in opera from the music school in
l'aris to the role of t'taiiutla, and made a suc
cess from the start.
National.?"William Tell" was given by the
Juch English Opera Company at the National
lust night, and though it was an off night the
performance was fairly satisfactory.
G EOUG ETOW N.
The Tbaj?k*oiyiso Paper Ciiasf.?The paper
chase to be giveu by the Woodlev Hunt Club
on Thanksgiving day will be participated in by
at least twenty-five members of the club and
their lady friends. Tha club will endeavor to
make this hunt an especially inU resting one
across tiie country, which in all probability
will be followed by a luncheon.
TtMrLABs Hear a Sermon.? Potomac Com
mandery. Knights Templar, under the com
mand of Eminent Commander K. W. Darby,
attended divine services at St. Paul Episcopal
Church last night. i
Imi'hovihg the r Street Bripoe.?The P
street bridge is receiving a mnch-ueeded im
provement in the shape of a new flooring.
Church E*tk?*aisiiest.?There was a largely
attended supper and an entertainment at the
Congress Street M.P. Church last night, the
uroemds of which are to be giveu to the
heathens.
A CoMixo Wepdiso.? Invitations are out for
the marriage of Mr. Harry Bulkley to Miss Emily
Hvdu of this place, to take place at St. Johu's
Church, Georgetown, on the 26th instant
Sent Down Vaurarcx.--Au old man
named John Dulany was taken to the police
station by Officnr Bradley last evening for
vagraucy. The old man had a bucket and sev
eral bags of articles that constituted his ward
1 robe and household utensils. When he ap
peared before Judge Miller he said that, al
though he was sixty-sis years old. he could still
pick and shovel all day. Judge Miller thought
! the best thing for the old man was to give him
a home on the farm, and a scutence of twenty
davs was imposed. _
Forfeited Hi* Collateral.?Fred W. Jones,
jr., was charged in tho Police Court today with
i disturbing the quiet of Potomac street He
failed to appear for trial and his CS collateral
was forfeited. _
Sent to Jail on a Bea?h Warrant
In the Criminal Court this morning Wm. Bel
lows, a young oolored man.charged with the em
bezsliag of $130 from Thomas MeClill in 1886,
and arrested ye.iarday by Detective Carter,was
lOuitnitted to jail en a beach warrant
WASHIXOTON NAVY YARD.
What Commodore Folger Says of It u
n Gun Factory.
Commodore Folger, chief of ordnance of the
nary, in hi* annuel report to the Secretary re
fer* as follow* to the Washington yard:
The building* for the gun factory proper
have been completed since last report. All the
machiaory ha* been in?talled in the south gun
shop and is in full operation. The 110-ton
overhead traveling crane ha* been erected on
it* supports in the north gun shop, tested
and found to be satiafactorv. A few chfinge*
in the hoiating purchase are being
made by the contractor, npon the completion
of which the crane will be accepted. The
lnrge gun lathe* for this shop havo been con
tracted for by the department with Messrs.
Wm. Seller* A Co. of Philadelphia, Pa.. under
date of July 10, 1890. after advertisement
dated December 27, 1889. Feburary 18 and
March 7, 18y0.
This contract require* the completion and
erection of two of the lathes hy January 10.
1893. and all of the lathes within thirty-three
months from tho date of the contract, or by
April 10. 1893. and the contract dato for the de
livery of the forging* for twelve and thirteen
lnch guns is made to correspond with the de
liveries of these large machino tools, that there
may be no delay in the completion of the main
batteries of the battle ship*.
BDPERIOB TO AS* IS TJSt BBUOAD.
The bureau consider* that the large gnn
lathe* of thi* contract will be ?uperior in de
sign, capacity, handine** and accuracy of work
and in finish to any similar machine tool* now
in use abroad, and tho department is to be
congratulated upon thi* development in our re
?ource*. Tool* nt this clas* and *ize are at
present only manufactured by two or three
tiruis, and these in England and France.
The shrinkage pit and gun carriage shoo have
been completed since last report and aro in
full operation; the office building ateo ha* been
completed and in at present occupied. Tho
railway siding, which ha* boen constructed
from tho Baltimore and Potomac railroad Into
and around tho navv yard, baa greatly facili
tated tho delivery of gun forging* and the
shipment of ordnance material.
The bureau ha* acquired by purclia*o a
?hitting engine.
Tho bureau h.i* acquired during the year
several special machine tools, notably boring
mill* and boring andturniug lathe* of tlio firm
of Boment, Miles <k Co. of Philadelphia, Pa.,
and desire* to mention specially their effi
ciency and the merit* of tho manufacture.
With tho increase in the quality and the
amount of the machinery at the naval gun fac
tory and in the adoption of fixed and advan
tageous methods of *hop administration and of
settled principle*, a large economy has resulted
iu the productiou of all material. This is es
pecially apparent in the manufacture of tool*,
of projectiles, of gun* and carriages.
A CHEMICAL LABORATORY.
The bureau ha* secured the services of a
capable chemist and has inatalled a laboratory
complete in all respect* for analytical work
and for experiment* in explosive* in connec
tion with tho now proviug ground at Iml.aa
Head.
A marked advantage in the direction of
economy has already resulted from thi* pew
department in the item of lubricating oil*, tho
shop now manufacturing it* own oil.
The bureau anticipate* advantageous devel
opment* in various direction* from this addi
tion to the facilities of the gun factory.
ihe shops have been completely provided
with an electric lighting plant and it is at
present practicable to work at night in case
such course should be demanded.
A contract has been made w ith the Morgan
Engineering Company of Alliance, Ohio, for a
fifteen-ton crane, which will bo placed upon
tho tracks of the forty-ton crane now in use in
the south gun shop, the latter having boen
found insufficient to perform the work required
of it
The bureau proposes to extend these tracks,
which now reach bnt to the shrinking pit,
throughout the whole length of the north gun
shop in order to avoid the disadvantage* of
shitting weights from ono crane to another.
The gun factory is at present under the
charge of Commander tTias. O'Neil, to whom
the bureau is indebted for many valuable im
provements and suggestions in the develop
ment of the machine plant and of the naval
material.
Jif.W PROVING OROC^D.
Under authority of tho acts of March 3. 1887,
and Juno 30, 1389, the bureau purchased, iu
February, 1890, a tract of laud G59 acre* in ex
tent in Charlo* county. Md., on the Potomac
river, and about tweuty-?ix miles below Wash
ington. At this spot a wharf has been built,
magazine and instrument house* are
being erected, butts put up, gun
platforms for all caliber* of gun* con
structed, and nil preparation* made
for prosecuting the necessary work of proving
and ranging guns and testing power, carriages,
projectiole* and other ordnance material. This
important work has been in charge of Ensign
It. 11 Dashiell. and the bureau begs to com
mend his zeal and ?bility in its prosecution. It
is proposed to transfer to thi* point
all the work thu* far done at the
Annapoli* proving ground, and it is believed
that the difficulties and risks which have at
tended such work at Annapolis will no longer
exist. The greatest advantage to be realized
by tho transfer, however, will bo the saving in
time and cost of transportation from the gun
factory to and from the proviug ground.
It is anticipated that the advantages of tho
direct contact of the manufacturing establish
ment with the proof of the material will be at
once apparent and result in increased efficiency
in all departments of the manufacture.
Made Threats Against His Wife.
Magrudcr Hough's pretty wife accused him
in the Police Court today of having made
threats toward her. Divorce proceeding* are
pending between them. Mr. Carrington repre
sents the wife and Mr. Williamson U looking
after the interests of the husband.
Magruder was willing to give hi* bond* in the
sum of 7300 to keep tho peace toward hi* wife
and his personal bonds in that suin were ac
cepted.
Burnslde Corps Kutertalnment.
Last evening Willard Hall was crowded by an
appreciative audience, the occasion being tho
entertainment of Buruside Corps to Woman's
Kolief Corps. An excellent program was ren
dered and an opportunity was given to inspect
the beautiful thing* exhibited for sale. These
were good* left over frim the fair heUl in Feb
ruary last. Many of tho goods were disposed
of at fair price*. The young people enjoyed
the dancing and Prof, lioust entertained the I
audience by sleight-of-hand performance. Tho j
corps ranks atuoug the foremost in the great I
amount of relief afforded distressed comrades
and their families. _ J
High Scholastic Honor* Won.
Rev. George Dclamottc, aged twenty-nine
year*, * member of the Society of Jesus, be
came yesterday the fourth man in the United
States to take the highest scholastic honors of
the Catholic church. In the presence of Card
inal Gibbons. Bishop Curti* of Wilmington and
O'llara of Scranton and others at Woodstock,
Md.. he defended his test thesis upon "Church
Doctrine" without being beaten in any point
by hi* questiouer*. lie v. Mr. Delamotte will |
leave in a few week* to devote hi* lifu to mis
sion work among the Rocky mountain Indians.
He is a sou of Gen. Delamotte of the French
army.
Indiana Republican* Conferring.
Some fifty or moro of the leading republi
cans of the state met in Indianapolis yesterday
to consider the political outlook and arrange
for a complete reorganization of the party pre
paratory to the campaign of 1S93. Chairman
Miehener states that ho luteuded to leave the
state soon and lutimated that it might be wiso
for the committee to select a successor as
chairman. The members replied that they
were not prepared to act on the matter now
and tho subject was dropped, leaving Michcuer
still at tho head of the party organization.
mi
Maryland'* Girl Poisoner.
Mary Mcbcdorff is now iu jail in Baltimore
( awaiting sentence. bhe pleaded guilty to the
i charge of th* murder of her brother and aunt
' by poisoning them. Her mother had a narrow
' escape from death. She was also poiaoned,
1 aud at the *amc time with Mary'* aunt and
' brother. The poi*on was put iu the breakfast
| coffee. Mary says she dtd it for fnn. Dr. John
8. Morris of Baltimore had an interview yester
day with Gov. Jackson in reference to the men
tal coudition of Mary Mebedorff. He says that
, the girl has some cerebral trouble and i* of a
| low order of intellect, but know* right from
, wrong. He suggests that she be sent to the
1 house of the Good Shepherd. The governor
can take no action now as the record of the
case ha* not come before him yet.
Walter H. Burnham of New Haven, Conn.,
wo* yesterday elected manager of the Pittsburg
consolidated ball club. Last season Mr. Barn
ham managed the New Haven Club, which won
the Atlantic Association pennant.
P. L. Sweeney broke the rope-jumping rec
ord at Newport, R. L, yesterday. Jumping 1,627
times without a break in 21 minutes 7 secouds.
Best previous record, 1,017 time*.
JURORS FOR DECEMBER.
Those Who Will Serve In the Criminal
and Circuit Courts.
The clerk of the court has drawn the follow
ing to serve a* jurors of the Circuit end Crimi
nal Courts to report on the first Monday in De
cember:
C1*CUIT OOUBT.
Geo. Fowler, Harrison street; John Sullivan,
Sheridan street; John McElroy, Stanton place;
Wm. Hutchinson. 10th atreet southeast; T. H.
Ung worth. Bright wood avenue; F. G. Atkinson,
New York avenue; M. M. Martin, Pennsylvania
avenue; Leroy Tuttle, Columbia road; J. D.
Manion, 7th and H streets southwest; Ed.
Brooke, Tenleytown road; John Tay
lor, ICth street northwest; B. L.
Cumberland, 24th street northwest;
Jos. D. Davis, O street northwest; F. L. Hau
v?y, 121 h street northwest; W. A. Fenwick,
11th street southwest; J. M. Stewart, East Cap
itol street; L. Seivers, N street northwest; John
Scafer, New Hampshire avenue; O. H. Kuhn,
10th street northwest; N. Bouvet, 13th street
northwest; T. E Burch. 7th street northwest;
John Cochran, renusylvania avenue north
west; W. B. Wilcox, Pennsylvania avenue north*
west; Charles Carter, Missouri avenue north
west: Jacob Newratb, Maryland avouue north
east; E. b. Muiih. Massachusetts avenue north
west.
CRIMINAL COURT.
Jacob Pecker. F street ncrthwest; C. V.
Trott, 8th street northwest; G. W. Simrns, Ver
mont avenue northwest; T. J. Keane, Virginia
avenue southwest; A. Fickling. 4th street
northwest; T. J. Brown. Bowen road; W.
Whelan, 32 d street northwest; G. E. Johnson,
E street southwest; C. 1). Caton, I'otouiac
street; Louis Behrcns, 6th street northwest;
T. B. Stahl, Louisiana avenue northwest; A. W.
Francis. Pennsylvania avenue northwest; L.Em
tut rt, oth street northwest; Jo6. Blumer, C street
southeast; Jas. B. Lamhie, H street northwest;
B. W. Joyce, 14th street northwest; W. McK.
Osborn, O street northwest; G. L. Younger, N
street northwest; J, F. Manning, 14th and H
street* northwest; G. W. Smith, Washington
street; F. liemler, Rhode Island avenue north
west; W. H. Fletcher, tlth street southwest; G.
G. Donaldson. 8th street northwest; E. Forrest,
Hamilton road: G. Gibson. Bhodo island ave
nue; \V. H. Shea, 13th street southwest.
Centeunlal and Mount Vernon Avenue*
To tha Editor of Thk Eykninq Stab:
As wo aro casting about for centennial cele
brations allow mo to remind the good people
of the District of Columbia that on the 15th
day of April nest, just one hundred years ago
the first boundary stone of the District of Co
lumbia was laid under direction of three com
missioners, viz.: Gov. Thos. Johnson, Hon.
Daniel Carroll of Maryland and Dr. David
Stuart of Virginia. These gentlemen had en
tire charge of the survey and laying out of the
District, The modest little light house mark
ing the entrance to what was formerly Belle
Baveu, situate just south of the city of Alex
andria at Jones' l'oint, has the honor of being
tho starting point for tho survey, which was to
mark out the ten mile* square, on which was
to be built tho tho capital of the greatest and
most enlightened nation of the world. The
history of the plans of the city of Washington
?the magnificent designs of the young French
engineer?are all familiar to us, but I hope I
may bo pardoned in suggesting to our friends
tho fact, that ut the time L'Enfnnt was ready
for his work the finances of tho federal gov
ernment were found in a very low condition,
so low in fact that President Washington was
compelled to call on tho states of Maryland
and Yirgima for advances. Virginia responded
promptly, and by act of her assembly, passed
17'.il. advanced to the general government
?170,000. which money was drawn and used by
Oen. Washington in laying out our broad ave
nues and streets.
Now allow me to suggest that, as a fitting
memorial of a great work and in honor of tho
greatost and noblest of men, that Congress ap
propriate enough money to commence the build
ing of the Mt. Vernon avenue. Mid u gr.iud cen
tennial celebration be held April 15. lS'Jl. An
appropriation of 310,000 has been expended in
surveying the different routes undor supervis
ion of the Secretary of War, who detailed Col.
Peter Hains for this spccial work. It is need
less to say it has been well and thoroughly
done. So let us have the centennial.
Fuank Hume. Alexandria County, Vs.
THE COURTS.
Court is Geserai, Tf.rh?Judges Ihigner, Cox
and llradlty.
Today?In re O. B. Wilson (habeas corpus^;
argued and submitted. Mckenzie agt. Under
wood; on hearing.
Circuit Court?Judie Montgomery.
Today?Woods agt. Trinity Parish; trial re
sumed.
Equity Court?Jutlne Jumett.
Today?John H. Miller, Catherine Johnson
and Mary E. Smith, alleged lunatics; inquisi
tions confirmed. McKee agt. Cochrane; bill of
Gibson Bros, approved. Minnix agt. Ward;
titlo divested of Ward's heirs and vested in B.
T. Morsell. Dudley agt Bute man; former or
der of publication revoked and new order is
sued.
The Alabama Senatorshtp.
There was practically no change in the
Alabama senatorial situation last night The
democratic caucus met at 7:30 and went
through tho iormality of four ballots without
decisive results aud then adjourned until
tonight. The nineteenth aud last ballot stood:
I'ugh 40. Seuy 27, Kolb 42, Watts 'J, scattering
'J. Among the scattering were six votes for
Congressman Clarke and two for (len. Joseph
Wheeler. There is no present indication of a
break in the deadlock.
*?*
President Carnot Gratified.
President Carnot of Frauce is gratified at hjs
eleetion as honorary member of the Bunker
Hill Monument Association, of which tho Mar
quis de Lafayette was tho first honorary mem
ber, and yesterday he sent a handsome ac
knowledgment through Minister Beid. The
lotter presented Col. Harrison Bitchie of Bos
ton to President Curuot the other day to en
uble Col. Bitchie to hand to the president the
certificate of his election. \esterday Mr.
Beid received a Sevres bust from President
Carnot with a lotter asking Mr. Beid to trans
mit the bust to tho association to be placed in
its assembly rooms as a souvenir of President
Carnot's appreciation.
_
A Mission lloat Confiscated.
Dispatches from the Congo State say that the
Baptist mission's steamboat Peace, which was
stationed on the Upper Congo river, has been
confiscated by the officer* of tho Congo State
on the ground that it is required for state pur
poses on the Kanslae river. The British flag
was hauled down and the flag: of the Congo
State hoisted on the vessel. The cngiucers uud
stokers were compelled to continue their ser
vice*.
The Olllclal Count In Missouri.
The official count of the vote for Missouri
state officer* has been completod and is a* fol
lows: For judge of the supreme court, Gantt,
dem., 250,011; Mullins, rep., 188,293; Jones,
nnion labor, 25,114. For superintendent of
public work*: Wolff, dem., 250,079; Hover, rep.,
188.248; Browulow, union labor, 25,189. For
railroad and warehouse commissioner: Hick
man, dem., 251,531; Merrifield, rep., 187,110;
Boy den, union labor, 24,732.
W. L. Scott's Horses Sold.
A representative crowd attended the sale
of horses owned by ex-Congrcs*man Scott of
Erie, Pa., yesterday in New York city. The
bidding was of the liveliest character and all
the price* were good. The star of tho sale was
Bolero, the crack two-year-old of the aeason,
by imported Bayou D'Or, out of All Hand*
Around. After lively bidding the colt was
filially knocked down to Philip Dwyer for
935,000. Banquet, the full brother of Tea
Tray, was knocked down to Michael Dwyer for
f6.70U. The tlurty-oue head brought a total of
(94,150, or a trifle over e3,037 apiece.
?
Mrs. Padelford Obtains a Divorce.
Judge Patterson of the *uprcme court in
New York yesterday granted a decree of abso
lute divorce to Florenco Padelford from Ed
ward M. Padelford and has awarded to her the
custody of their daughter, Florence Burne
Padelford. Hho is allowed (6.000 a year ali
mony aud au additional annuity of (2.000 for
the support of the child. Mr. Padelford is
very wealthy, aud the couple moved in good
society iu Now York and abroad. Upon their
last return from Enropo Mr. Padelford told hi*
wife he could not livq, with her again.
The Wrong Train Complimented.
Elaborate preparations were made at Pots
dam, Germany, for a simultaneous illumination
of the heights at the moment of the arrival of
the train bearing Prince Adolph of Schaum
borg-Lippe sod his bride. A Frascold pas
senger train, however, wm mistaken for the
bridal train, and the fires biased up prema
turely on all the heights. Before the bridal
train arrived the illumination was all over.
WANTED?HELP.
WANTED-* WHITE GIRL TO COOK AND DO
ecueral hou**wurk for a *m*il . nltrfur*
required; uo waahiny. Apply 1 10th *t.a.w.o'il-3*
VVTA*T_ED~T6riio max of good address
ti about 18 or "JO to aaamt ou newat>aprr route. Ad
dreat. in own handwrltintr. ir:Tin* refereucaa ana sal
ary ez| ected. Box 40. htar office. tfl-'-if
WANTED^ 11 "cooks. U HOCSEKEhPEBS. 7
eliamN-niiuU, ,r? waiter*, 0 driver*. 4 aictnifn,
Po.:i:on.of >11 kind* rui bo gotten tl W. W. BINES
* blip. 8. 024 F *t. B.W. !??
WANTED?WOMEN COOKS. CIO TO CHAM
benuaid*. uurae* *ud I?undre?* *. in fiV of
away; waiter*. driver* or farm hand*. colored men
cook*. SAM I. A. COOllliS, t.v;e F at. n w. n-'l-jl*
WANTED-COOKS, glOTO ??:. LAINDRE8S.
" chambermaid*. w*itre*?, iiurncs. *e*mMr**?.
butler*, coachmen, bellmen, waiters. *11 houeework
enforfamilieaaud hotels. DICK'S. 013 7th *t. n.w.
nal-.lt*
WAITED - A SETTLED WOMAN TO COOK,
wuhuid iron for * private fumly; mint *t*J"
nitthu?ndgivekockI city reference* Atklim Bo* *??
Star office. o'J 1 -3t
\\r anted-cobkeswIndence" fbo* A~Bi*??i
ii ne*a man of pu*li. with rood c*nva**iuir capa- ity.
to represent the ? Mi!ler Fire txtin*ul-dier" in the Dis
trict of Columbia, with the ri*lit party a liberal cou
trart riven. for iurther particular* addreaa, *tatiuir
? xperituce ami rcicreuce*. to I. II.. ArUmors Hotel.
l;Uh *t near F.
None but a lire, active, 10th century man, whoae
time is worth $'J.OOU a year, need apply. It"
VV ANTED-AO ENTS~ TO HLLL MY WHISPER
" phone. Write for term* to EltED Pt'LTZ,
Patentee and bole Manufacturer. 20 Hickox *t.. Cleve
land, Ohio. Mr
"W AN TED-ON bTjEWELEB" AND ONE BOY TO
" learn the .'ewelrj business w M. FKIEDKRICH,
Manufacturing Jeweler, 00b 7th St., oppoaite patent
office. n-l-3i*
W *NTED ?FEMALES?A FIR8T-CLASS >TE
" D mraj her and ty]<e writer. atate *x|>erieuce,aalarF
exp>?,.ed, references, Ac. AdUrea* G U.S.. star office.
_li21-;tt
YV ANTED?A FIRST-CLASH COOK," A BUTLER
" and secoud n.au . bent reference* inquired, t ali,
bet. 12 and 1 o'clock.at Hill K ?t. n.w. n-'l-tti*
\XT ANTED-A WOMAN To COOK AND DoTiEN
" eral houaework in a small f?m.ly; must sleep m
the luusc and have reference. Appu to 103,'t Conn
ave. Olg
ANTED?FORTY LATHERS. FITCH IN. C
bet. 13th and 13H U.w. It*
\y
\\f ANTED?CIRCULARS DISTRIBUTED; ?3 PER
T v 1.000 paid. Send 10 ceuta in 1 or 2-cent ?tain]*
and *ecure territory and valuable sample* at once.
Satisfaction truaraiiieed. MALENA COMPANY. War
rior's Mark. Ta. n-l-10t*
VV ANTED?BYXpaBTYboABDIMI. A REFINED
v T French trill to take care of a child tnrec year* old.
Address ilr.. o. to. Hllt.DD, Liucolu Hotel, lutli and 11
ata. aw. ? u21-3t*
\\*ANTED?BRIOHT WHITK-GIRL FOR GENr.
?? eral hounework, family ol two; no children;
*teady oxploymout. 132o Riirys at. n.w. u21*3t?
\VANlbD-AT ONCt^tXllinii ON LADIES*
" underwear aud wrapperaut 021 I' *t. n.w. It*
W AS 1LD-A liOYT AS GENERALLY USKFUL IN
a print'.nK office; one Willi soiue uxpvrionce pre
ferred. TYPE, star office. It
WANTED -A N EA'l RESPECTABLE TiOLOKLD
" womautoccok and do Keneral lionaework in *
family ol three; irood waire* Kiven to a bret-claa* ap
plicant. Apply 504 bill *t. ?.w., after (> p.m. It*
VV ANTED-A WOMAN T(7do GENERAL HOl'SE
T T work for three iu family; uium be irood cook; *tay
niirhtaaud bruiK relercncea. Apply 1233 11th at.
n.w. It*
VV ANTED-AT ONCE?A RESPECTABLE WHITE
V ' (ftrlfor Keneral housework at 1201 20th st. n.w.
uu'f-.tt*
VV ANTED-A WELL-EDUCATED. ENKRGEllC
'I luau. \n<ll acquainted with emrtneeni. to oauva??
for a work on t ntrineennir: In* money for the nvht
man. Apply Room 6, l'aciflc buildmx n.O-.tt*
11TANTED-A WHITE VlOMAN TO DO FIR8T
v ? claaa chamberwork and uieuditiK. reference* re
qu red. Call for three LnoruUiics beiore 11 at 17&2
Maaa. ave. n20-3t*
VV ANTEb-BOY IN SUoESTORE. V2V FST. N.W7.
TT n20-3t
VVT ANTED?PARTNER WITH $o7000 CASH AND
v v hcrvice*. u*tahli>hed maiiufnctumiK bu*inc*a; 4<>
per cent profit: irood cash trade: party must be ?rood
accountant and take Onauclal t>art Addrea* liox 100,
Star office. n20-3t*
VV anted ? girl to dcTgeneral HOUSE
tt work. small house and *mall iaunly; reference*
required. Call at 10J9 Marion at. n.w. n20-2t*
J A N 1ED-IM MED1 AT ELY. 1 WO OU 1III; E E
dreaamakera. Apply 1229H Ttli *V. n.w. n20-3*
ANTED?MAN SERVANT. VlU~1'1E; BEST Of
references required. Apply at 1310 51s?" *ve.
u.w. nl9-3t*
VV ANTED?OTMTEB 8HUCKER TO WAIT ON
v t table and do general kuawwurk. permanent place
to nub I man. 413 Ea?t Capitol *t. n-'O .lt*
VV ANTED-BOY-OME WHO IS HnNEST. 1N
vT tellitfvnt and indu*triou?; for work in a book
?tore. Aildre-a, iu own handwritiiiK, a..a atate atro aud
reMidence, BooKS, Mar office. n20-2t
VV ANTED?.12;i4 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. N.W\i
it a tirat-eliMi cook (colored woman preferred); mu*t
stuy at niKht. n20-3t*
VVtaNTED-AN EXPERIENCED WHITE OIBL
vv to cook, waati, iron and mend tor one lady: atrood
cook required; wukim.410. relereucea required. ? all
after 1 o'clock. '.120 yt\i *t. n w. n20-3t*
W ANTED-A ioU SG WUITE GIRL ABOVI II)
li ur 18 year* old to help iu a atore. Addresa Box
44. Staroihca. n20-2t*
VV ANTED-YoUMl MAN OF 1 OR 2 YEARS'EX
" twrience in druir *toru. i. b. WILLIAMS k CO.
nlU-3t
W ANTED-C00K?, CBAMBEBMAIDS. NURSES,
ii waitresxea, boy* aud meu for all bUHines*. Appli
cation* lor (fovemment and railroad cnii'loymeiit tur
nisMed CllY INTELLIGENCE OFFICE, 008 E n.w.
nl?-4t*
W ANTED-A GIRL FOR COOK AND GENERAL
II houae?ork; no waaliiuK and lromnir; *tay nights
and bi'iuf city reference. Apply to 020 H at. u.w.
w
VVrANTED-A STRONG, RELIABLE WOMAN,
v V who is a first-cla.* cook.to do kitchen aud dthlutr
room work of a pilvatc family ;Kood ?a^es paid, must
be able to Klva reference from previous employer.
Apply 1103 oat. nlU-4t
w
w
J ANTED?25 GOOD MEN BY THE MoNU
F uiiieutul lV'netii Kuci?ty *J0D Peimaylvau;*
ave. m.c. CaJl alter U a.m. tooa imlar.ca faiU.
aim* a li. AiAi i.man, sort.
T ANTKD-A DKAIGHTHMAN TO M AKE DKAW
r l k'8 of mill work iu fiu tury. to uiea^uru draw
for estimate**. Aj>i>Jy to W. H. KINu &CO , Cathe
dral and Preaton btroeta, baltmiore. ulH-4t
W AN 1 h^-OOOKtt, ~1VVAITKES^KS, BLTLElib.
" liDiisc, kitclieu aud ladies' luaida, valets, youths
aud Kirla to learu trades; 5<?U white wouieu cooks;
baK^a^') rooius; trunks. liUUMiAM'd. 1110G at.
ELW. nl.Vtit*
WAHTKD ? WOMKX, MEN AVD BOYS; ALL
vv kinds of work ?ru>raute?4l or muuey refunded:
ifood situations, hitfh wutfes: car fare free; irotupt
services. BoWXE'b, ii'-l0 17th at. n.w.* aecoud floor.
n.l-HK*
\LT ANTED?MEN AND WOMEN OF ABILITY IN
vf ever> city, town and village to act as a?reuu for
the Ladies Home Journal. We want the beat obtaiu
ablt- class of atreut*, ana to such unusual terms wili be
ollered The journal is th? hai'dsoinesi {^nodical for
ladies aud the lamiiy ever isaued and haa nearly half a
million subscribers. It will be advertised the couu^ir
autumn and winter 011 a Uiver tcale than ever before,
creatiuK a dt-mand that agents should be ready to till.
CT1U14 PUbi.ism>0 CO., Phlladelpiua*
o24-eo2t>t
\k] AN1 ED ? DUNDoltE'H EMPLOYMENT BV
11 reau, conducted by ladies?Men and Wotueu.
white and colored, for all kiuda of domestic labor, cuy
ii*d atatos; with rcfuroucoa. ueuioved to 70U L at u. w.
oil-not*
WTANTED PIVB A1 INKCKAVCE SOLICITuIW
vv to work i.M thia city; biir |?ay. Ai>l>1> to the NA
TIONAL CAPITAL LI1E ASSOCIATION. 1420 N Y.
i?a n.w. n 14-1 in
W AN'lfcD-LKAltNEhS Folt " PKuF ClIhlST1
v f net 'a International Taylor byttem : ^ ith an> inch
rule or ta|>e un-aaure alone, aa ail scientific tailors cut;
patterns and materials cut and made and instructlou
ITiveu by Vime. h. J. MLbHhli, 1403 Ji.l. ave. at>-.'im*
WANTED?HOUSES.
VVT ANTED-lO MEEX FAKTY W ITH MONEY TO
11 invest wlio vrill buy lu.UHe for 4!l0,00o caxh aud
resell same to advertiser for aame pries at 11 ?> per
mou'li and 0 i>er cent interest. Addreu MoNKV,
Star oiline. n-0-;tt*
IV AN"i> D ? HOU8E8 ? I 11AVK IMMKU1ATE
f f purehaser for lot with old houKr uuder small rent;
not lets than 'JO feet front; uorthwekt neetiou : not to
exeied M.OOO. Ml K. ELLIS.
nlU-.'it 1411 T st. n.w.
\\T ANTED?EVERY KENIOB TO CALL AT oL'tl
li office aud iearu how to make the money paid for
reut buy the property rented, lioom U, <i~f 7th at.
n.w.. Coinmou ItaB*. Bnildiux Aisoeiation. nir>-Tt*
ANTED?1'AKTIES H AVi NG HOtbES OK LOTS
for saie at r<a.~oiiaLle price* may find prompt
\Y .
puirhuiu r. for the aaiue by aeuiUuir full demriptioii
and uruia at once to L HTAltUAlillTLU. Liic
013 15th ?L
u'-Nl-lm
\\T ANTED?HOt'bEH EHOM 44..">00 TO CtiOOO;
li alao Lou in \\aalanirton aud Lanier Height*.
ACKElt * OAOMBY,
an 13 loots Pat. n.w
WANTED?ROOMS.
VIT ANTED -NOVEMBEU ^7. HY A GENTLEMAN
li acd wifo, two furnished room*: pnvilere of icet
tiUK breakfast: locatlou bet. lltli and 14th and E and
li sta. Addrc*x Mrs. H. A. 1>.. Oak Orove, D. C. It*
\\TANTKL- lAVO OH YllllKF. HOOMS. 1ST OB
II vd iloor, Ivht h'tUseLeepimr. by ireutlainan and
wife villi onc-yoai-oidcUlid. *luto termv Box l.Vi,
Star office. It*
\\T AN TED-BY A LADY IN OF1ICE-A UO<Jl>
li sized uuiumished room inacleau house, where
rabbai-e is not rotrular diet; privi'.upe ol irettii:g breai*
fa-i iu room. Addreaa, staling price. A. Ja., htar
office; It*
V|7 ANTED?TO LENT TWO OB THUKE UNFCB
IT I railed loom*, north of X.Y. ave. aud bet. 0th and
lhtli Kt?. Addreas H.. UOH M at. n. w. n21-3t*
WANTED--TO BENT A LOOM OB POBTION OF
a atoru on tho vround floor ou or near >' *t Ad
dre?* O.K.Star office^ nill-lui
\v ANTED ? ABOUT DKCEMBEB 1 ? A UALL
11 room or other small rooiu. couiio; tably furnisbnl,
Willi heat aud litfhl. near the luteal office; reierence*.
Addre.*. statlwr term*, which must ue low, E. <. D..
^Star office. ugO-jt*
W ANTED?TWO FUBMsHED OB PAKTLY *uiT
ii uislied room*, or one with u*e of kitchen; vary
litrht UoaacitM'pliiK; easy diaunc* of Capitol, with
unlet, reuued iamuy; unexceptionablerefereuci-?:?tate
t?rma. Mra. 11.11W., bur officii. ulU-at*
FEKSONAXu
Heirs wtaxted ?informatio* is wanted
at this consulate ol Julius C. Vlaser. Lett W**ii
imrton in 1SU? and la?t b?aiairotn tu December. 1871,
ou board * ship,. Capt. aauudtua-aud of hi* son*
Jerry A. aud Arthur li. Viaaer. Alao of JohuHtude
koper of Holland, alleired officer In the late war. Hi*
service wanted. A. HOllUECBIBQ. Vice Oonaal N*tb
erlauda, 4'Jo 7th ??. niiO-dt*
C-(IVIL 8KBVICE FXAMINAl ION QCEoTIONS
/ and answer*. >md 10 ceuta to
It. W. FLYNN, A.M . Itr Inatltnto.
n5-lm Southwest coi?8th and Rata. n.w.
L'TUOKIZKD FB1YATE DETECTIVE AOKNCVT
William* k Co. Communicatlona promptly at*
it nd?d to anal atrtcUy conndential. Office open ail
ixltr*. WM. WILLIAMS, Manattw. IKM F a*. u.w.
n4lBi*
\OV ? TVK TIM*. WK WILL FAX "BIO
a Money " for Oaata'Flnt-daaa ?*eoid.hand UotA
Gw, Addre** m call *1 JlblU'H OLD XT AND,
OIU P at n.w. o4
MOBKIS HEFNER. WIOMAKEB.
lifO.-. F ST. N.W.. Room x
Ladiea* aod vwtleuMM'a hair work, braida, *o.f*Ba,
Ac., . apecialtjr. W iv* to Ut UQi t It D.W.
WANTED?SITU ATIONS. __
M" rAXTKD-A POSITION BY TOOM MAN or
' twenty in ren; ?eta?e or patent attorney's oAr*.
beet of rdsnuce furnished. Address H.W.R.. Mar
office. ktl-St'
WAKTID-BY RESPECTABLE YOUNG WHITE
(IHUU, situation ee BpH-rlw laundr"** or
ebamberwsid with flrst-elasa private ianuly Ad.tresa
JR.. aw >?i. Collina. 533 loth st n.w. nil-??
"VST ANTKD-A SITUATION BY A THOROUGHLY
vv competent typjwrtter, tv..H rs;.r\.u<e? Ad
drees Miss ISABEL oLA* MA KER, 4 ,'vi N. OolumlHje
?t.. Alexandria. Va. (31 3t*
WUTO-fl ? ? ??!> MCO OLUK oF
vv five years' 'iKiwi.cr, ap.-sitnu u either ilttot
night clerk. Address LKO. Star offio- n21-3t*
WANTED - AT HhADUlAhTlUS-UlM iloNS
" for rooks, chamber maid. waitreee. laundr-a-es
and nunm, ni n waiters, fMU tosch
inau. butiera. HAU L A. iWBW. l?-'6 > at n.w.
u-'I-it*
\V* ANTr D?<io TO DICK'S AuF.NCY IOR COOK*,
vv maids. l ur>i'<. laundress. ho?s> work*?, Sut
lers. coachmen. waiters, fuotmen. larni and dairr
fflfn all nave reference* fruui laat plnce. bid 7th at.
u21-3t*
\V A NTED-BY A BOY. SITUATION TO LEA RN
vv the tai.onmr trade nineteen year*of age. living
with parents. Ad trees 1127 H st. n.e. ii'Jl -'.t*
\V AN I'F.D-BY A rir.ST-CLASS COLORED COOlC
vv a situation in ? hotel or private tan.ily. ?? >t of
references. Apply 1326 Cbaetcr court, bet. V and \>
and 13th and 14 th eta. It*
WANTED-BY A SIN OLE O E MM A N. GOOD
v V horseman and gardcuer. pl.vcc aa drive-. coach
man or take caie of ?rviuiei.ian's n.sl.l?nc<. K
MARSHALL. Benning. D C It*
W' ANTKD-A B1TUATION BY A* ELD1 HIT
vv white woman to dc chamber work and as-i?tin
the care of children or t."rneral Louse work In a an.all
family. Apply HI K at. n e It*
\V AN IKD-S1TLA1 ION BY FIRST-CLASS TtU
vv <v apli oi*rator. -"J yeare old. 3 rea.e' mperi
ence lu telerraph offl>e;ir<>ed penman. best of refor
encee. Add ma OPi.UA i OK. 406 Warner el. n.w.
n20-2f
WANTED-BY A WELL-EDl'CATED PARISIAN
' " girl aired 24. a situation ae tirst-c.aas lady's maid
I or governess. Address Mrs. SEVILLE. 17r_"? 1. at.
| n.w. n'JO-St*
\V ANTED?SITUATION AH CLERK 1N~GROCI RY
vv ?tore. would lav. at (300 if satisfactory. huve
flret-tlaea reference. W. J.?? htarofficc. u'JO-Vt*
W ANTKD?BYA W HITE * (7mA?. Slfl'Al I )N
if aa cook iu priTkU'family. do waahiu?r. City ref
en nct a. Apply lJwJ 14tu el. n w. u'-'O -t*
\|T ANTED-* BlTl'ATlOSi-A LADY WOtLD
" like to read aloud two houre dally either to au
iQ\al.d or tlaaa. Addn sa Mrs. L.U.U., Mar oltce.
n,-'0-3f
U'AMHl HV 1ST OK DECKM11LR. l'LACE IN A
" dry roods store or Uwk atorr or aa couiiwmon to I
amsUboys; industrious colored youth; Kood writer.
Best refcretuvs. Artdn ss T.. Star office. ull?-3t*
W' ANTED BY AN EXFEB1ENCKD MEAT VVT- !
" ter. also grocery cl. rk, a aituation; can fnruisli
best of reference. Address Box 34. Star office till* :<t* |
WT A N T EIV 'si TV AT ION B* Will 1 L M A N. AS
? ? Intler in private lxraily: best of ralereu. e? ?ri vnn.
AddreitK Bl'TLER W . Star office, nlVt-3t*
W AN1ED?BY A PARISIAN DRESSMAKKli,
" Work at r> aldi-DCua by the day . *160 per day.
Address Miss PELAN, 172H Pa. avc n.w. ul!?-3t*
WANTED - SITUATIONS FOR COtiKS. HOt'SI>
" aeejtrs. waiters, tnaids, drivers, uursaa. kitchen
hands, nalealadies. portent, clerks, bell lioys. kc uuain
office, rt< e|Hon and waiting rootusoouuectedj. BI'KN
11 ill's, 1 1 lo ti sUtl.w. ti 1 ?it"
W* ANTED - EMPLOYERS FOR EXPERIENCED
" slid polite servants. Also positions for applicants
for clerical work, CITY INTELLIGENCE oiFICE.
Dl RAND 8I1ACKLLFOUD. Propria lor, WOS Kst.u.w.
031-Slt*
WAITED?BOARD.
\V A n ; L1 ? A UENTLEMAM DESIKM BOARD
. 'I with a private family in tbaWest End. Address.
with terms, which uiuit bo moderate, Y. M. C., Star
I office. It*
W A-N T ED-BO A RD AND ROOM BY UF.NTLEMAN
vv and wife; Capitol Hill preferred: rlasse (rlve
. terms aud accouoi^udatioua. Address 1. C. H , .-tar
oiflce. n^l-2t*
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
W *"TED-AN ESTIMATOR OF QUANTITIES (>F
" lumber, frainta. windows, doors, fcc., in biuldintrs
from plans and upeciticatluns. should be a fair
draiurliuman and must have bad over three years' ex
perience in this branch of the lumber and n.111 work
buainesa. n",'I-3t
w ANTED-TO RENT A TYPE WRITER. UtM
TV inaion i>re(?rred, lor a few weeka. Address, atat
inK terms, Mra t.. 1315 Corcoran su It*
\YANTED TO BUY A LADY'S GOOD SECOND
' ' hand safety, must 1m a bargain, w. H. v\ , tljti
Est, u.w. n!*l-2t*
W ANTED-STORE FIXTURES, COUNTERS,
.'J, slo-lrin^, to iroln a store 30x40 faet. Apply
to T. D. BOND, olii F at. n.w. n?I-lw*
\VANTKD?A STABLE- WITH~THErEE STALLS
VT and shed room; with larire yard preferred. Ad
dress i. F. MANNING, 14th aud H sta. n.w. i. -1 .n
WANTED?IT KNOWN WE RECEIVED TODAY
au invoica of clear Havana Key WestciKara. w hich
we consider fluer than any brouarht inu> this market;
threeifor 25*.That ?1 box of &0 cwars. SU kLK'H
old stand, 1011 Pa. ave. alU-dui
WANTED?EVERYBODY SI'YferTnG KRoM
smoky chimneys to know that I irnsrsntee to cure
them or no pay required, ran.-es. tumaces and lstrolx-s
mada to beat or no pay. W. ? DAN TE. 1413 17th .u
I "^w- n-'o-tr
WANTED?CHEAP SECOND-HAND SQUARE
risno. Addreas, autintf lowest price, PIANO.
[ Star office. n'JO 31*
\VTANTEII^A FEW MORE-ORDKLS FOR FINE
v f I*hoto>rrapha. cabinets, ?2 per dozen. two po
sitions. a liirife picture in setitea on dozen orders this
month. LARDNER. Photo.. 410 t?th at. n.w. s24-3m
W'ANTED-AI-L LOVERS OF HORSERAC E EV
v v erclse to send name and address to Box 3S. sue
office, sud bear aomotuuiff to their interest niU-3t*
\V ANTED-TO EXCHANGE TWO LOTS FOR
TY coupe ruekaway or horses. Thla will Lear an in
vestigation. If you mean buainaaa aiiply to OH MR,
014 oth at. n.w., 8 to 10 Aiu. ul0-3t
WANTED-A FARM ON THEPOTOM AC. WlTHl"5
4U miles of this city. W. P. YOUNG.
_nl? at 1303 Fst n w.
WANTED?HORSES TO PASTURE AND WINTER,
best of care and attention, grain fed.?H per
I month, horses called for. Mr*. L. A. SIMPSON,
| Lauffley, Va. nl7-flt*
Mr AN TED-EVER.' ONE TO LEAVE THEIB
orders for the iron eeilin# at J. HELLENGASS',
I 721 H at u.e., or BON NELL * CO^ Painters, Dan.-u
bower bulldim;, 13th and G sta. n. w nl7-lm*
WANTED-OLDUOLD AND SILVhR FOK CASH
* ? WILLIAM IRItDERlCH. ti0.? 7th aUoppoaite
pstent .iffirf, basement store Manufacturer ol society
badKst and medals. Fiua clock and watch rei ainui.
| Established 1S72. nl,-lin*
W'AKTED-H. BAU'M PAYS THE HIGH EST CASH
vv Prices for Ftiruitnre. Oar|?ia. Feather Beda,
Office anJ Store Fixturea. Entire Huaaebolds a
specialty. Addraaa314 l/th at n.w. nl&
Wr AN J ED-H1UHEST CASH VALUE PAID FOR
vv Kuruiture, Carpets, Stoves. Earife and Small
Stocks of Merchandise, store and Office Fixtures. Call
or addrtas A. C. WINSTON, 037 7tbst. u.w. al5
WT ANTED-HORSES TO W INTER OR TRAIN
vv Colts, kickers aud balky horaes a ape.ialty,
reanoiiabiu rates. By U. H. HEsS, Hotel Beummr.
lil'J-'Jw*
WANTED- o00,000 BOTTLES OF ALlTKINDS;
'? liberal prices paid. Send postal to M. EULLY
h CO., 313 3d st. u.w n7-1 m
W ANTED-HORSES TO PASTURE AND WINTER
" wain led, 6r?t-clsss paature and attention. Ref
erence!: N. W .Burchtll, Justice Stroll*. Address H.
B BIRD. Camp hprin.a. Md.. or COOK'S STABLE
Stli sud 1 sts. n.w. a24-2m*
WT ANTED- HORSES TO WINTER; TWENTY
vv years' cxpcricnce. box stalls; crsin and hay as re
quired. Order box 311 Ulhst. n.w.. farm 7tbst road,
S miles out. O. H. P. CLARK. SU?o. Md. o2o-3m*
WT ANTED-LADIES. TRY "ORANGE BLOSStlM
V v cutes female diseases, one mouth's treatment 4 1
orders by mail promptly fllled. Mrs )f. A. BAU.lY
General Airent, 4?.'0 P St. u.w. ol3-^'m*
WANTED?PASTURE AT GEM'L BE ALE'S hTOCK
Farm, the home of Priucc Orloff and Wilkta
Stallion i rnxton. 7 tmlea north of W sshlnirton Kood
stabliuirsnd feed m winter, with careiul attentlouat
all times. Orders left at Clarke's Livery htab.c, 1724
G St. n.w., or Majrralli A Kennelly 's. ill llthat. n.
? .Will lie proinptlr attended to. GEORGE C DURNO.
Manatter. Hystuvilia. Md. o2-3ui
WANTED - OOLD AND SILVER, PUNCHED.
VI mutllutsd, uncurrent and foienru coins; any ar
ticle containiUK irold or silver, confederate bills and
bond-; highest prices. FECHNER A CO.. 231 Pa. ave. I
s2 < -3ni
WT AN TED - HOUSES TO WINTER AT T. a
v v W llsou's Stock 1 arm. beat attention in van them
t S i*cr month; 3 n.eais a dsy, including daily irrooiu
iiiir; ell horaos sent tor tree of charge. Apply F H
WILSON. 920 F at. U.W. sl0-3m
ANTLD-STLAM CARPET CLEANING AND
vv lictiovatltiK Works, laatbars henovsted Mat
tresses Made Over. Furniture steamed tnd Moths
1'tsiroytd. V. iL luLNOb. 140^ Pa. ave. 'ialauj uue
1 VttH-i. ,! ?
LOST AN D FOUND.
rjtAKEN FROM THE ARMORY OF^O. C. FIFTH
A bstt., Monday eveniu?r. a brown Melton overcoat
with checked w..olcu linintr; laiwla on pocketa and
black horn butioua. Any luiormation leading to iia
recovery will be rewarded i.y apply war to
If JOHN LEAiiY. 2114 M at
LOST-A MONKEY-FUR CAPE" IN THE FAIR
room of nt. Stapben'e Church, Nov. ltf, lsoo.
Lilieral rewaid for it? return to 21 OH Pa. ave. n.w. 1*
LOST-WEDNESDAY NIQHT. AT & O'CLOCK. A
fawn-colored mastiff iryp puppy , black face and
I ears aud toe uaila. Reward if returned to CHARLES
1 E. BARBER'S LAW ol F1CES, ?17 Fat n.w. n21-3t
LOST-ON THURSDAY, THE 201M tBBTANT. A
lady's fold Ehrln iwi'ch, initials M.A.J Finder
will receive reward by returning aame to 1337 nth
at n.w. ; n21-2f
LOST-SATURDAY. NOV. 16. PENNSYLVANIA
ave. near 7th st. a black and tan Collie dog leather
collar; Alexandria city tajr. suitable reward it re
turned to HIDE HOI BE. 2114 Brig lit wood ave. n.w.
n21-CIt*
OST-A BLACK LACE SCARF; BET. THE COR
of 7th and F at*, n.e. and the Car berry School
house. 1 inder leave st 067 F st u.e. Reward. It
OST-ON NOVEMBKR IO. CORNER STH AND
Ests.. initial ring; letter & Liberal reward it
returned to HOY'S liolei. corner 8th and D sta. n.w.
n21-3t*
STOLEN?HEAVY-BLACK CHINCHILLA OVEB
coet; single braes tad; ly front; bound with Mack
I silk cord; red. bine and lUht-stnped sleeve Unities.
Liberal reward. W C KENDALL, 210 13th st a?r^
LOST-A SCARF PliT COMPOSED OF A GOLD
wisb bone, on which is a green enaiael three Iff
clover diamond. Reward It returned to 341 at n.w.
I n20-2t*
GOLD BRACELET BETWEEN 112o
i and All Souls' tbnrrh. Finder will
wnerat 1125 13th at n. w> and
n20-2f
T OST-ON THL 17TH INSTANT. A CH1LITS
ijopen-faos Silver stem-winditur watch, short chain,
bail and Guild b-idge attached. Suitable reward if left
at Room 1, kirsman's ltuaranee building. ul0-3t
LOST-NOV. Id, BLACK SETTER DOO. WHITE
on breast; owner's name on oollar; tag 6N00. Re
ward if returned to 41U 6tb et ?.w. Blit-Of
TRAYtD ? SATURDAY MORNIIO, 18TH I
emfll yellow and gray skye terrier. Reward if re
tnrued to 3100 N st nlO-.Tt*
Sadies and children will ruv a won
derful stock rancy Paper, Border*. Scrap-book
tur-a, Gennan Favura. G?lse. Tree Ornaaaenta.
plCMi IV titru ii
receive reward.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
P>H UKT-UWE FRONT ROOM *ELL f I H
tr.died. r**. hm, bar window , southern esfaantW;
third floor new brvk. >11 bi 4--d nuniM.mu. a to
per mouth, Beck room* gvou uik a ? uJ ?h 14 E
at. B.W. i .'l Jt"
F1K KFNT-JlM 11TH~ *T TIT *? ONE t'XFl'R
nl?b~ri room oil second floor. haal. mi snd but
?<atb adjoins*. brirbt w4 rbftrfil. prviic tam
uy. Board it 4?trad. iMT
JX>R KEKT-TO W.ENTLFMEN. Fl KMSHED
room arid Is-ard reaacnable twice. IT teuton
place. t* twr4i: Son lb Capitol and 1st. E and L ?ia
B.l-'Jt*
f|?OR KENT-TWO I'MTlMlHFD ROOM*!
nice location. on ow hi.*. 713 11U. at t w.
B*?l If
DOt lttlll-TVU COMMINIC ATIN.? 1 OOMS
r'2 I Boor, prettily furnisbeT ae aittinr and bed
rooui. firf south. K ft n-sr 11 tb n.m. . to rrftflM. i?r>
11 aneutts-ople. S30 ?entl?*ieii ifel erred A4dre*a
PRIVATE FAMILY y. ?t*tc4hea i i
I^OK RENT?lll'S Kt?' HaVIMIIKK AVE."
I urac M ?!.. a well-fur. ulwl, Irubt and rhwrt .1
back parlor and ad;,-nunc bed p?n. or sooond-eiory
front and ha!! room, ?Itn ?mall private family of
a Inf.*. near F and IVtine* Kama eve. nn iivnt
tarynttr. pr?*tljud|ii(>n?**iitrl|. tVI t<*
I^UK HI NT TWt7 I Ml RNIM1F.D ROOMS. wl.tr
ond P or adJoiuinc liath, amiable for light liow<
kMpHw. rnorllOU'ttwUi. 21U ?d ?!. B.e Main
uill 1 r: ra.-e_ u1 '-'t*
J^v'TTREN I-2VI | WASHINGTON' CIRCLE. sFiTE
1 of tVO Or thrM Unnt(Hi(iimi,rtu*>lin? p....n.? a*. -
OE:1 or
evpoetire.
... | a ? non i ? 1 v ? I" nv 4 IE*
two or three lerwe coBimttntcatinr rooaue. ???
third Boor, hu.il? n.i.) furti abed. eoutbnu
re. fa. in* circle. avenue eere |?ae IM u". 1 <it
yo? REST- 1N0M It ?T. *.*.-* HtAl'Tirt'L
IT HUitf of tuttu or etuirl.- room *J floor . new tnti?a,
lin furniture, etectftr ts'.ia. ateain beau nr. 'l? ?' t
table and s|l did situation. ?"1-W
t?oR KENT-l ARGE. PLEASANT RiHIMS TMO
J7 ib r.? IU. vr.tt. N anl. 435 smaller roouia. w itti
board. $ IH nrar iLi?? IujM of rara aLd 4?i*rtiii?-uta.
WOK 12th at B w ?*l-?t*
1^'X KKM-LAH?C.H*VI>MiMF.n Ft ltMOHID
auitp*. Brat ami ?"* u<l fl< ra . u?w ^avwr. paint ai*?l
pliunt luac K03 lVtb ft. b.w. bC 1 -<tt*
RENT-ROOMS. TO HIMU1IIN, Willi
all Buslaru tini rovfiiicnta. tirar ? guai atatiot:;
B.w . all 11 <? c-omforla of a boma. ib a i>n*ate fiiiuljr.
Addrewa b> i "jy. Mar. ?. ? b'-'O U'
tpOll KENT?TO Ut N 1 LI Ml N ONLV -ThKI.K
han.laon.i'lj furBiabed n^iua, Ur?t floor 1C1? 1
at. u. w. n?.*0 tit
f>)R RE1TT?34? ?TI ST. R.L, TWO CIFl'K
utalird roiuniunlcatiB?r rixu.a. kefrrmcra ra
quirt-A Apply at house B'.'O 3t*
1>>K RENT?TWO LAlUtl RMi.HT ROoMK. I AR
lor floor, rartiiahrtl or utif urtiiahM, witb bnaril or
without; suitable* (or CoiuiTPs*Biaii. ?? ry ibwirabla
room* aud locality. Also a labia tor raot. kt'.i M Mt
B-w ii'JOM*
V'OK REST 1004 UTI1KT. S.W..UASl?*oM t LV
F t urutabrd rvouia < u suit*-, ou ?d fliiir . bay wn.J ? ;
batb. all cobVebisbrxe. tvruia ui<4atate B.tl Ji"
I" 'OR l:ENT-ri'KSlhHEl? OR I RNIJ?HtP
rocnia. iroo4 uris'l.l? rbo>,?l titar Caj-ltol. auitaMa
for Birtnbcrof Cotirixaa. Anly W3< latat s r.
B20-3t?
l.'OR~RKS 1 H.KAhANT El KMM1KI' RtKiMrt
JT at 101H l?tb at u w our a M door troat Alao
aB UBfnrsiahad rooni; lat floor. lu a I'rivaf faiuiiji
uae of lath. HMP
1JOK RKM-OHK HAMIWillKLI H'RMHIU l?
r MvoBtt-fl.Mir room, and oiw third floor t*y -miDd??
room . nut- locatioB . teruia reaaonablc Oall alter 4 l>.
in. H.14 1 at. li w. HMt*
J~?OK Rl.ST?2410 I'ESNSVI.VAXlV" AVE N
to reutlcmea. lb entirely priTaU family, l?<auil
lulljr altoated rootua. ii.odrrti lu.t roratm-uts. Ikxard
for a irvutlauiaii. bSO-.'U*
\)K KLM- FRI\ ATE ? AM1LV NEAR 1>1?-. S l"
Cirri* would r^Bt ae??-rai B?wiy f iirmabad rooBis to
d.-?irabls partiea. bo k>bJecUoB to catorcr. Oall ?t 1 *'40
IVtliat Lt. . D'iO 3t'
F
AIR KEHT-ONt LARUE BLroNl>rL>0*
_ front rootu. tos-entlrmau oblr. 1W ja 9tb at B w.
B^O-lit*
t>'R RENT - I'.NEI RMSMED T11KEK or?ol?
I aiHd rooms and ball ru-Ho. with kit* lu*u if
aired; Bow houar, uiod. lni|"i, coriv.-olrnt I "'atiou;
ti rrua rcaaoBabla, ln< hlJu.? lt?at ami ralcretuwa
?tchau<ra?l. Address or call at l*4o 14tb st. B w ,
K 10 a.m. or a. ? n?u. n Jit-3t*
I;i'KKtM umM riRMMilEbi(OOI(~STEAK
baat. ma aBU bath. lu a or.vale family oi too arrD
tleiuau only, luuuiraof L?t>TIM. loOM 14tb at. B.?.
a^0-3f
U'OR RENT?A " NICELY I'L KN I >H I U LAKOC
E I?*y window alcove room, southern eitnwur*:
breakfaat if d<nirad; terms mod*rate. private family.
l.?3T 1 at. B.w. BZ0-3t
F'OR R1N1?COMMl'NICATING I'AHLoR ANl>
lied chamber, with batb. furniture, carpets and
decoiatiouaentirely new. veiy desirable apartment*;
tfeutletuen ouly need apt ly. 134V N k.ave. uW-lk'
V^OH IEMT-TUBEE I NEI RNISHKU HKCONlT
1 atory rooms. III.t . suitable tor bouaekeepina . con
vetiieiit tn three linae of cars. 3d" Indiana ave. B. w,
nU"0-3f
KLNT?004 14TB ST.. OPIMMTE FRANK
A liu Square, Ulccly furniaLed lUIrd floor fr .nt
room; wtU heated, but and cold water, private fam
ily. BVti-:tt*
yiiHi KENT -ELUim DOCUX 1-ARLoics litt
M window, private bath: open vratea. aoutBernei
posure. Unit fl ?or. U large counei tiuf rooms lam*
doacta; aecoadfloor. l5.1IIal.BW. NMI*
|>OR REM-NICELV F( RNISUEU KOUM ^"K
E two y ouuk men. *aa. bath, room and boant $?>. .0
per weok . alao several bandaoinel) furBiehed room*,
w ith or without board. Inquire 4Tj t st. n.w. kUMM*
VUK RENT?fl^'o EOR I'LLAhA NT ROOM. HEAT ? l>
1 aud litfbted. with table boarvl. ball room 4o I. s?.
home comfort*, alao a few table boarders. K
at. u v. b Mi-3t*
1~ X)R RENT?TlEKlRAbLK Bf.ll ROOM J U
rent in prtvaw family . location first .4u?s n w.
bear Franklin square. Addreaa 11.11. btat ollice.
Bl?3f
FOR RENT?FIKHT FTXXiR. A LARGE L'nK'Bs
uisbed riH>m. twocloaeU: hot and cold water. 1..UK
private porch attached 1310 Corcoran at nlW-3t*
ijH)U RENT-ll'JTTiTH Bt7, OPI'T THE 1*. 'RT
laud, furbished or UBfurBisbed room* . en ami*
or amirle. rooma in excelioulorder, witblaraiv tisvlaj
br?t floor, suitable for a doctor. >10-31*
F*OR KOOMH-ROOMH FURSIHHED To OK DEE?
741 13tb at., corber H u.w. huite three rooma. ail
f runt and eoiumuBicatinc if dralred, aecoud oi third
floor. Board. 11 b per mouth. BlO-liu*
1>OU KEN 1? 2030 (i f.T N7w. El'RN 1>H1 D
rooma with l>oard. convenienl to departmanu;
heroics puas tbe door.
Table board fife pur moBtb. i, lh 4t*
I]H>R RENT?AT "THE IKVINOTOK," 14t<> E Hi"
apacioua aud eleirautlv furnisliwd rooms, wit*
board, in suite* of two, three o< aiurly, wtib private
batb. Dltlllu'
l>oK RENT?IN HAN I>hOME HtlVATE Util.sL,
1 suite of fonr rooma. each Containing larire cloa i.
two of them arrate flru>. all weil luruiabed. couveun i.t
to cars and lierdic*. lu VIest End . to party witling to
pi out for meals, boardiutf very near. Address E C li,
btarofbee. ul6-tit*
IyOK RENT?1311 H ST. N~W? lSEAlflEtL
fiiruisbed rooms, single or en suite, Jd and :td
floors, aud suite of oAre rooma on brst fl>K>r. aoutbera
t xpoeure and (food board. price* moderate. b13-2w*
I^OR KENT?714 l'-'TH ST. N W. TWO ROOKS;
back parlor, f urnished. <7 50 l? r Bio , front |.*i -
lor. furniabed ordinarily', w 1 -i per uio , foldinar t?d
aud waati stand aud Erankliu stove. * 1 nl.i bt*
IMJR REE 1?TWO HANUSOUELV El hN I- 111 If
cowuiuulcallhtr rooms ou brat floor; ?vuliem*n
only. Wlb M at. b.w. b7-1ui*
1>JR RENT?KOl'U BEACTIFCLI.AltOE ROOMS
furnished, irivate family, comer bouse op?a
K rut ok , liay window* lb eveir room aouth tuid east
trout. letereboea required. 1101k at. b.w. utVlaai
FOR REN T?FCRNISHED FLAT SIN WOODMONT
13tb at. and Iowa circle, under B*w nianaafi menl ot
John E. RoulBeon.for fdte< n year* at Ttoruiiey's Hotel
and three year* isk-rer of tbe Ri. btnoBd Table ftret
clsas. Prices reaeonable. t or terms ay ply to
b5-1bi John f. uuuinhon
I'OR KENT?PIKE SITTING ROOM, BED ROOM
ami larire ball room, all commuulcatllur kcum
preferred. 1313 14th at O.lo-lm
^OR RENT-ROOMS ON OROl'Nll FLOOKON U
st. near Metropolitan Club, suitable for doctor.
o27-lu. JOHN L. BLALL ,13-'1 F at.
1J?OR KENT?19 IOWA CIl^LE. Fl'RN JbULi>
parlor, b?d room, dreaalir room, private bath,
coiineciiiic, on 'Jd floor . frontmw park; totfeutlemen
only . retere&.-ee required. o'J4 Jul
FOR'RENT-FLATS.
1M>R RENl -A VERY Dl SIR ABLE FLAT AT7 -'H
13tli at., throe rooms and Lath, can be as>i at auy
time. UliAHAM A sMI 1 H,
bl7-6t 7-Sl.ilbat.
FOB RENT^STORES.
I?B BENT ? STORES - ESTUE MWIM
northweat corner 7th and L eU. u.w. . Iiaa eleaiant
lunre store on m?ade floor witb modem aht w winiioaa
aud la roouia above, all in wood order, will lease to A
remonslble baity ata low fvure u taken at onus.
HX'U-jt W. C. Kl V ALL, W^o F at.
F)R KENT-STORES 1005 B ST.. BETWEEN
Hth and 10th sta., opposite wboleaala market. reut
V.'WJ aud (40. Inquire at O'.'ti La. ave. BlS lis
I|*OR RENT?1000 7TH ST. N W . A DESIRABLE
store witb three dwailuiif rooma aad hath abovvj
?t Jubctiou of Otb st and oabl* care. Apply to
'1 Hob. J. FISHER A OO..
1324 F *t b w.
037-1 m
FOR RENT?OFFICES.
I?OK RENT-OFFICE RtKlMR. 1C05 Q ST N. ? ;
tbe*e roi ms are desirable, beiuif ib tbe bnaiuesa
ranter of the city. L. U MAT1I<E A Co. HITt st.
U.W. e. Lorraine matiice.
BgQ-flt CHAS. W. LVHRaND
I>OR RE NT?SFLEN DID OFFICE BOOMS, FKOE I,
1321 F ak u.w. Heat aud liarbt.
M M. r. HOLTZMAN.
nliVlm 132l^F at. B.w.
IX)K RENT?LARGE NICE OFFICE; FIVE WI.nI
dows; entrance from street, 011 O st. n a. Also
two ball rooms, second floor. beat aud ra*, f uxmsbsd.
Bio-til*
1>OK BENT?711 14TH ST . DESIRABLE orFICC
rooms with stoam beat; suitable for all kind* of
business. lavstorie* aud closets ou each floor
to JaMEs M. GREEN. 711 14th St. Bl
FOR RENT-DESIRABLE OFFICE BOOMS IX
Uie 1 enman buildiuj(, 14Jo N. V ave.. food lurbt
aud vcntllauou. elevator, eteam beat, Ac. . moderate
rent. A. T. COUMBE.
Bl-lm 14-'o N V. ave.
P)R RENT--332 INDIANA / VE.. OPPOSITE CITV
Hall Park. Beautiful Offic?! Rooms, on irround
floor; ui new bouae. sanitary plumbuic; heated by
steam, teruia reasonable. olS-J?i
FOR RENT?MISCELLANEOUS
FOR RENT-BY THE MONTH, A OOUPELETT*
^od very reaeonable tertua. Apply at 1300 l^^M.
FOR RENT?8TABLE8.
F)K BENT?BRICE STABLE KEAE OF OOMN.
ave. bet. L aud M eta.. ruuaa for 6 borese, rent
low. Apply to MEaCUANTS' I'ARCEL DEIJVERY
CO, 814 Fat. B.w. Bll-llf
fOE RENT?STABLE FOE TUBES HOBSEM AMD
EM OVAL SALE.?THE STOCE MUST BE BOLD
for what HwUlbeiwr-l ease Genia1 Fancy SUp
removal, tf&c. 1 oaae Oaata' FMnt
R
pen. w ortb SI; removal. 06c. 1 ease Genu' ]
Leather Oiforda, worth reanoval, SI.47. 2
Mlseee' Dotifola Eut Button, worth ?l 25. ret
Ode. Xaasee Ladlea' Doaarola Kid Hp Button, wortk
S2: removal. SI.48. ~ case* Misses' aud Boy* Don.
I.eetWer lly Button, woeeb lit utisval. TBa. a|
a?iA-iAltf Fa. ave. i W. Ma-i?*

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