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EVENING -TIMES, OlONKflT,-SEPTEMBER- 53, 1895.-
Wash. B, Williams
Furniture Maker and Importer.
GRAID FALL EXHIBITIOI
of the World's Productions in
the Furniture and Up
My exhibit this teuton surpasses any- "
thine cter before seen In the Furniture
line Four ipaclous floors filled with
the latest productions ot home and for
eign markets, comprising Furniture of
eTery description from medium to finest
grades, all arranged so as to afford
ready Inspection. No such magnificent
displAyhas ever been ihoira in Wash
ington. My method is to sell CTcry article on a
small-profit basis, and at a fixed price
marked in plain figures.
VISITORS TO WASHINGTON arc. cor
diall) invited to-isit mj establishment
whether intending to purchase or not.
7th and D Sts.
The Produce Exchange
Provisions, Grain, Stocks, Bond, and
Cotton bought and sold for rash or on
margin. Direct wires New lork and
Cblcaga Telephone No ill.
No. 216 NINTH STREET N. W,
Opp. Center Market.
This elegant Boys'
buit, strictly pure
wool. Blue and
. Black Cheviot
made In our own
Do These Prices Interest Ton?
Men's bulls $4.85
Men's Extra line Double
breasted Suits 5.90
Elegant Clay Worsted Suits
forccnlng dress. 6.05
Tine Satin Lined Suits 8-00
Bojs' Suits, $3.00; worth $5.50,
Boys' Suits, $4.25; worth $7.00.
Over 5,000 Children's Suits fifty
styles, at 00c
300 Children's Suits, $1.25,orth
5O0 Children's Suits, $1.02,onh
200 Children's Suits, extra fine
quality, $2.40: real value, $5 3a
All-wool Pants, $1.25.
Neat Stripes in Blue, Gray and
Ninth & ESts. N. W.
Dr. Becw ith's new discovery In Electric-ity-THER
This discovery Is ot the most vital Importance
to the sick, because It furnishes families with a
means of curing disease at its beginning by
The method is by a gentle current of galvanic
electricity and the conveyance of oxygen, ozone
and medicine Into the blood or human sewers
vrhere disease originates. Its curative valuo is
proven by over IMWO physicians.
loo OOP o o o
o o ota O
O O Oti.'O O O w . v e o o ro o
Electro-Calvano Plaster by S. R.
BECWITH, M. D.
The only Medicated Plaster ever made where
the medicine it contains is conveyed through
the skin to the diseased part, the force of
current sending the medicine into tissues be
Principle fully explained In circulars, Sent
on request. Thn public are Invited to call and
Investigate. L. H. BAXTER. Agent.
Rooms 4 and 5. 707 G Street. Opposite
la tcntCHice. se!),eod-tt
CLAIMS BRITISH PROTECTION.
New Tnek Taken toy a Valparaiso
Captain Arrested for Cruelty.
Tort Townscnd, Wash , Sept. 23. Capt.
J. A. MacLtan, a prominent resident of
Valparaiso, who was arrested here recently
In connection with Capt. Jensen, of the
Chilean ship Atacama, for alleged bru
tality to, a sailor named Boklen, on the
oyage from Valparaiso, lias taken a new
tack to avoid liability in the case against
lilin, which Involves $10,000.
MacLcan, who Is now confined in the gov
ernment Jail, in default of his bonds,
has announced himself as not a Chilean
hut a British subject, denying at the same
time his accredited ownership of the ship
and claiming to lie only a passenger.
To-dav, through Vice Consul Klotker,
the matter was referred to Sir Julian
raunccfotc, at Washington, asking for an
order for his immediate release.
"It it's news, It's in The Moraine
of a room is often only "pa
per" deep have yon eyer no
ticed what a difference a
pretty paper makes tr a room?
Orallttlo artistic decoration?
It 1st our business to make
rooms beautlf ul-Tf can do It
we know bow.
Carptts, Wall Paper, Window Snadn,
824 Thirteenth St. N. W.
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LABOR BUREAU HAS FRIENDS
Cigar Makers, Tailors and Engineers
Various Unions Meet and Discuss
Questions Affecting" the 'Interests
of Organized Labor.
Cigar Makers' Union, 'Ko. 110, held a
Belllcb'sIIall, 737 Seventlutreet northwest.
The greater part of the evening-was oc
cupied in Investigating complaints against
seventeen members who-were reported on
not attending on Labor Day. A thor
ough investigation was made, the result
being that fourteen of those against whom
complaint was made were fined $2 each.
The remaining three were excused on ac
count of sickniES.
.The question ot the establishment of a
labor bureau and workingmen's library
was favorably discussed. Unfortunately,
for this pjrpose,thelocalunionba8nocontrol
of its nuances and for the present will be
unable, as a body, tosubscribetothe support
ot the proposed Institutions. In order,
however, that their position may be
thoroughly understood in this matter, llr.F.
it. Hall was elected to represent the union
on the Labor Bureau committee, with In
structions to state to that body that tie.
union is In f ullsynipalhy with tbemovement.
A communication was received from Mr.
G. W. Stheercr, No. 3178cventh street
southeast, stating that he lias not handled
anj of "Carney's Old Bljle Cigurs" since
Mr. V. Carney's name was placed on the
The agitations committee reported that it
liail v Isitcd l ho CaYperilcrs, Bakers Drivers,
Columbia Machinists, Plasterers, and
Nervous Old Lady (in sixth
I to do?"
Porter: "D'ye see that coil o'
Nervous Old Lady: "Yes."
Porter: "Jest tie one end of
several other locals to notify them of
several business places which wdl be
placed on the unfair list. Tills matttr
will first be referred to the Federation of
A committee from the Painters' Union
was given audience to state their griev
ances against Kcrnan's and Allen's thea
ters. Their request that the union with
hold its patronage from these houses was
L. U., 188, Journeymen Tailors, held
an enthusiastic and well attended meet
ing Saturday evening at Costello's Hall,
comer of Sixth and G streets northwest.
The delegates to tbo., central labor bod
ies reported favorably on the question of
the establishment of a labor bureau and
a workmgnjen's library, and Mr. II. Bap
ton was elected a delegate to represent
the local on the labor bureau committee.
A delegation from the Painters was
present to request that the members of
Union 188 withdraw their patronage from
all business houses displaying advertise
ments of Kcrnan's and Allen's theaters.
The request was granted.
A vole of thanks was tendered the
joint executive board, composed of mem
bers from No. 188 and 2370, K. ot L.,
for their successful work in organizing
cities. The board will hold a special
meeting in The Times building to-morrow
evening at 7 o'clock.
The Eccentric Association of Steam En
gineers, L. A. 4896, K. of L.. held a largely
attended meeting Friday evening, atBuncb's
Hall, 310 Eighth street northwest.
The executive board reported that an
agreement bad been made with a local
firm, which would result In the employment
of a large number of union steam engineers.
The board also reported that the names of
Mr. Nick Auth, butcher, and Eleeman Bros.,
clothiers, bad been taken from the unfair
ot a labor bureau and a workingmen's li
brary were lndorsgd and adelegate appoint
ed to represent the assembly on the labor
A committee was appointed to visit and
notlfytbe local labor bodies that Mr. Ram
bling, of the Union Market, bad not yet
employedaunloncnglneer.andUiat his name
was sUll ouvthe unfair list.
At the regular meeting yesterday ot
Douglas Assembly, Steam Engineers, No.
1149, K. of L., resolutions were passed,
Imposing a fine of$B on the members if
found patronlzingKernon's or Allen's
Theaters, or any barber shop displaying
The membership, of tbcassembly is rap
idly increasing, there being many members
obligated during the past month and many
applications still awaiting action.
A meeting of tbe executive board of the
Tailors' Union will be beld in The Times
building this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
11 In Body Sent to Brooklyn.
Tbe body ot Steven N. 8t(wen, tbe secre
tary ot tbe Old Dominion Jockey Club, wbo
died carlrjeBterday-atWb&me, No. 1304
O street, was sent to Brooklyn at 10 o'clock
this morning for burial at bis old home.
Mr. S til well "was thirty-two years nKL- He,
had been, asaoclaU.'d.WlUi facing interests
since bo hood,-and was a familiar figure
on almost every course In tbe country.
"It lt'a 'neWlt's In Tbe Vontlng
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IAS A GOOD THING ONCE
National Lithographing Company
to Be Sold Oat.
Administration ret, So It Was Said,
and an Assistant Secretary of State
Was One of Its Hackers.
An advertisement of a sale under a
trust deed which appeared first on Saturday
last, recalls an interesting incident ot the
first part of the present administration.
It also reminds agood many personsln this
vicinity of the Farmer's Alliance, which
was such nnowcrlntbelandfiveycarsngo,
and is now gradually but surely slipping
back to a place with the granger movement
ot the early seventies, the Pleasantou blue
grass cure and other fancies that are sailing
away down the Lethean stream.
The offer is iu two sections and proposes
tosell the lithographing pUntoftheNatlonal
Company, at 4C1 C street northwest. The
outfit is expensive and will probably not
bring halt what It cost. It was purchased
In the belief that thebackers oftho company
had agood thing In the way of a government
When the Cleveland administration came
in there was with it Hnu. Joslah Qulncy, ot
Massachuset is. Assistant Secretary of Bute.
He had as a frlendllorace Kcnncy whohnd
been secretary ot the National Democratic
committee, and whose services seemed to
When the t4me came Jo let the contract
for printing the Patent Office Gnzittc,
which had gone for 3 cars M the Nnrrls
I'eters Company, it was I mind M the sur
prise of many that the successful bidder
was the National Lithographing Company.
The, total paid for the work was about
$150,000, and of this a large part was
A REASSURING SAFEGUARD.
story of hotel): "In case there's a fire
rope in the corner, mnmr"
it round yer an let yerself down easy."
profit. The National company wasawarded
tbe contract and took up the printing.
A plant was secured and made complete
for printing the Gazette. Mr. Kenney was
In charge as active manager, assisted by
Mr. ilallcy. At the same time Mr. Kenney
acquired control of the National Economist,
the organ of the .National Farmers' Alli
ance, and of its printing bouse on North
Capitol street. There was the outlook fc
a great and profitable business, with two
Out presently trouble appeared. It was
charged by President Loucks, of the Farm
ers' Alliance, tbat C. W. Macune, editor
and chief promoter of the National Econo
mist, bad during the campaign sold out
tbe Inlluence of the organ to the Demo
irats, and tbat J. Fount Tillman, now
Register of tbe Treasury, had been active
In using the publishing house of the Alli
ance to scatter broadcast Democratic lit
erature. These charges had an Immediate effect
upon the circulation of the Economist. Mr.
Kenney took responsible control of the
Economist and Mr. Macune retired. This
gave color to the charges of treachery and
It was an uphill fight for the paper.
At the National Lithographing Company
difficulties appeared no less perplexing.
The Gazette could not be got out until two
to three weeks after it was due and there
were serious complaints by patent attorneys
against tbe character of tbe work. Tbe
Patent Office officials were lenient and
agreed that the fault finding attorneys were
set on by the disappointed bidders. The
quality of tbe work was all right, they
They also held that any new contractor
roust have a few months in which to "get
the hang" of the requirements. Gradually
the National company caught up with the
time of publication and everyUiing ap
peared to be working smoothly. There
were still some complaint, but only enough
to prove thcorlglnal defense tbatthe trouble
was not in the character of the photo litbo
graphlngbut witb the attitude of persons
disappointed In the letting of tbe contract.
It was pointed out in addition that the new
contract saved a handsome amount to tbe
Mr. Kenney seemed In a position to win.
But JuBt then came a crushing blow. It
was charged tbat the letting ot the contract
had been Influenced by favoritism in tbe
Interests of officials ot the administration.
An investigation wob beld and it was
found that Mr. Joslah Quiacy, then Assist
ant Secretary of State, waB a creditor of
Mr. Kenney to the extent of $20,000. The
publication of tbe facts caused a great deal
of talk and after a time Mr. Qulncy re
signed. Then when the contract was let again
it went to tbe Norris Peters Company. The
National company struggled on for a time
finally closed its doors. Tbe National
Economist bad also gotten its death blow
and about a year ago it suspended. Tbe
business of the printing office continued
along but without gaining. Several suits
accompanied tbe gradual decline of tbe two
businesses and only a little while ago a
judgment of $15,000 to $20,000 was re
ceived against the Economist company.
Tbe sale of the lithographing plant will
be near,tbc close of tbe dissipation ot the
bright hopes of two years ago.
Prominent Mason Dead.
The death ot Jobn A. Milburn-an old
,apd well-known resident n't this city,
occurred yesterday at bis late -residence,
No. 1123 Thirteenth street northwest. Tbe
deceased was, a Mason nt prominence, and
tbeoldest pas troaster of Washington Lodge,
No. 22, of. Alexandria. That organization
will conduct tbe fonsral exercises.
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MUCH' WORK BME THEM
Long List-of -Big Oases to Be Heard
by the Snprme Court.
October Term Will Begin on the 14th
With 4miortMHt.fStilt rend
ing for Decision.
The United 8 tales Supreme Court will
meet again Monday, October 14. On that
day after assembling toe Justices will call
upon the President.
Tbe business ot the court will commence
an the lDlb. The first week will be de
voted to miscellaneous business. The Im
portant cases that were pending at thu
last session were set fur early bearing,
and will bticalled beginning Monday, Octo
ber 21. Among" them are the following:
The Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and
St. Louis Railway Company vs. MIIlardF.
Brown, relating to tborcHPonslbtlity of a
corporation for an accident to an employe
while said cmplove was acting under in
structions from a foreman and had no op
portunity to know the danger be Incurred,
The Flourno) Live 8 lock Company vs.
William II. Beck.' ThW Is a caso where
the company, filed a bill in equity agaln&t
Captain Beck, or the United States Army,
acting Indian agent of the Omaha and
Winnebago reservations In Nebraska, ask
ing an Injunction' tn prevent Beck from in
terfering with the possession by the com
pany and its lessees of certain reservation
lands which the company had obtained from
the Indians. The Circuit Court nt Appeals
decided againsd; the Flournny Company.
James'U: M. Grotvenor etal. vs. Knhcrt
11. Dasblell involves an alleged infrlnge
mechanism for rapid fire cannon. The
device supposed to Infringe has betn adopt
ed by the United States and emplojitl in
the manufacture of cannon now In use
dnrin the Bight, young man, what am
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., .. , Texas Siftinirm.
in tbe navy, being manufactured at the
Washington Navy Yard.
The United States vs. a certain tract of
land in Cumberland township, Adams coun
ty. Pa., involving the right of the United
Ptatcs, to condemn lands for the purpose,
of preserving and marking battlefields.
The land In question is a part of the Get
There are also a large number of criminal
cases. In which federal questions are in
volved, scf for the 21st. Quite a number
of these comefrom the Indian Territory,
which always furnished more than its
usual share In the Supreme Court.
One of tbe Important cases which will
be called early In the term Is'the case of
Lawrence P.jMIIIr js. W. Brjggs Green,
known as tbe 'South Carolina registration
case. In this Chief JusticeFuIler.sat as
a "circuit Judge, and upon request Associate
Justice Harlan allowed an appeal to be
taken from tbe decision of the court.
Among some of the more Important cases
which have been filed since the adjourn
ment and which will probably receive at
tention .during the .coming term are the
Tbe United States-vs. Elverton Rf Chap
man, one of the sugar witness cases, and
Charles D; Long vs". William" Lochrcn Com
missioner of Pensions,
SUXK, BT A TOHEEDO.
Adventurous Cnbnnti Succeeded in
Demolishing n S)aiil-'b Cruiser.
Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 23. An en
tirely different explanation of the sinking
of the Spanish cruiser Borcastcgui and
the loss of forty-six lives in the harbor of
Havana, on last Wednesday night, is made
In lelters received in this city to-day by
a distinguished member of the Cuban revo
According to tbe news telegraphed from
Havana the day after, the catastrophe
was due to a collision bttweon the cruiser
and the merchant steamer Mortera. It
Is now stated as an absolute fact that the
Borcastcgui was sunk by a floating tor
pedo launched by an adventurous party
The Cuban leader wbo received the letter
said: "Tbe Spanish government knows
full well what sunk their best cruiser in
the Cuban watersand sent to theirdeatus Ad
miral Delgode Parejo, in command of the
Spanleh navy in Cuban waters, seven of
ficers and thirty-four men. We know here
that before the dispatch relating to the
accident was sent, it was carefully edited
by the preBS censor."
" . ,
If It's n'vv. It's In The Times.
LET THE PEOPLE ANSWER !
ImM ol Peraanett Cures Reported
FR03I THE USE OF
Dr. Geo. W. Fisher's Catarrh Cure.
Mr, D. A. Barrows, elerk Treasury Bept.
Mr. H. A. linthlcuss. road foreman N. CT R.R,
a. W.-Xegwter, Ex-ftre and Water Commis
J. Harrr-DaTaUVelerk-Clty Comptroller.
C. M. Oordon, clerk City Hegister.
K. P. Hjden, Drovers' and Mechanics' Bank.
a T. Davidson, No. 5 N. Liberty street.
Boot Lanpheimer, 571 N. Gay street.
Did you ever see such prominent references
before?. Baltimore's -most prominent men. The
remedy does. It own talklnc, and it Is a very
ran cue that from one to six bottle does jot
make a permanent cure. IT IS positively the
only remedy, oif earth -het will permanently
care Catarrh in all Its forms.
Price.tOoeaU.byallDnifxista. Krick Chem
ical Co., Wbelesate Agents, 1700 Pa. Ave. N. W.
we certainly claim to
be, by right of our rec
ord. Think you our
business would grow
with wonderful rapid-
ity if there was not sol
id worth and merit
back of it all?
We trow not!
Consult with us about
iiVDCUMDTU'e 621 Pa.
u I nenrun in ot Ave.
ho's looking for anything
better than that ? Surely not
any fair minded person.
True some folks may think
we don't mean Just what we
say, but there Is a cause for
doubt. It's not because we
hare not always done as we
aeree to do though. It's sim
i ply because thoee people who
doubt have looked to some
other dealer to supply their
wants. They do not know
how absolutely safe we are In
making suih an assertion
It's the to-be-depended-upon
clothes that we sell tbat
make us s.aTo: that's plain
enough. Isn't It ?
Oar desire is to please
everyone who comes to us to
heilotbed. To do this It Is
necostary that we have the
boo is to show that we claim
to have, lou are not sure
that they are here till you
see them. We know it
We also know that any man
or boy that comes or is
brought to our store will be
clothed well with
That Are Right
That Are Right.
311 7th St. N. W.
One-half of the million
aires made the bulk of their
wealth by buying at the end
of hard times. Every chance
is in favor of a rise now.
Look out! Somebody is going-
to make it Are you go
ing to get left? If not, se
cure a lot at once in CENTER
ECK1NGT0N. Only 10 per
cent cash, balance $10
monthly. The first choice
is always the best For Plats
and Prices call on
E. R. Haight,
1 2 1 0 F street, or
Daniel & Armatt,
1313 F street n. w.
FAILED TO KILL HIMSELF.
diaries H. Woods Tried Sulcldo Be
cause of Despondency.
Charles n. Woods, an ex-employe of the
State Department, aged fifty years, at
tempted suicide about 0 o'clock last nigbt
at No. 1258 Third street southeast by cut
ting his throat with a razor.
Woods lost his position about a year
ago, and since tbat time has been wholly
dependent upon his son, William T. Woods,
an employe of tbe Sanitary Company, for
support. Despondency is thought to have
caused tbe act, as the man has threatened
on several occasions to take bis lire, but
no attention was paid to tbe remark.
Woods was conveyed to tbe Providence
Hospital, and Is reported as being very
much Improved to-day.
"II It's news, It's tn The Morning
TheFall still lingers In the
lap of Summer, but It will soon
be cold. Are you prepared?
It Is dangerous to be without
soma heavier underclothing,
the weather changes so rap
Idly. There Is nothing to be
gained by delay.
GARNER & CO.,
"N.E. Cor. 7th and H Sts. N. W.
n ) y.
For Your Carpet
" just now, unless you can afford it, for we shal
be happy to make the terms of payment to suit your cir
cumstances. Don't have to pay extra for the accommodation
either, which means something-, too. Our fall stock is
Parlor Suites, Art Squares.
Bed Room Suites, Jtugs,
Etc., Etc., Etc, Etc.
Your House Outfitter.
' We are selling all
the odd sizes, large
sizes, small sizes,
broken lots, broken
sizes, odds and ends
and remnants from
the great Rich Shoe
Sale at almost any
Price this week to
Where you can get the
greatest bargains In
In this city.
We mean Just what -we say.
Come and be convinced.
HOUSE FURNISHIN6 STORE,
512 9th St N. W.
WILK1NS & COMPANY,
Equars Marble and Glass Stands,Center Market
i : mi
) close them out. U
I There's a bigvari-
I ety of shoes left.
Hit STOLL'S "810" Seventh St ". . J
Are now on the market.
DON'T DELAY, BUT BUY AT ONCE.
$10 CASH, $1 PER WEEK!
MUIRKIRK is an express station, 15 miles from the
city, on main line of B. & 0. R. R., between
Washington and Baltimore 15 trains each way
every day. Telegraph, postoffice, stores, etc.
In this subdivision we are offering opportunities to
the man of moderate means, or the rich man, never before
equaled in any sub. between the two cities. Lots at
MUIRKIRK are offered by the original owner, with un
blemished title deeds, and not by speculative land dealers.
The land is high and healthy, commanding a grand
view of the surrounding country. No low places. No
swamps. Far above the level of the railroad tracks
with enough grade to insure perfect drainage. Several
springs, by analysis pronounced to be the purest water on
the market. Is in direct line of progress and improve
ment between two cities. The new electric road, now
under construction, passes through the center of this
property, and will have a station conveniently located.
A marvelous success assured, and far-seeing invest
ors fast taking advantage of extremely low prices now
offered. Forfncther particulars apply
- r 511 nth St. N. TV., or
WM. M. YAGER.
Ohio Bank Building.
Street N. W.
PBOPOSALS for roofing materials
Otfice Publiu Buildings and Grounds,
War Department. Washington, D. C. Sep
tember 23, 18i5 Sealed proposals, in
duplicate, will be received here until a
p. ra. MONDAY. Ot tuber 21, 1895. for fur
nishing and delivering material for a tin
roof anil copper gutter and cornice for the
new building under construction at the
Government Printing Office. Specifica
tions, forms for proposals, ard all neces
sary information ran be obtained here ot
at No. 29 II street northwest. Right li
reserved to reject any and all proposals.
JOHN M. WILSON. CoirEngrs.
Tfard. Wellington, D. C. September 6,
1895 Sealed proposals eudotM-d "Pro
pooalsforSuppllesfortheNavy Yard. Wash
ington. D. C, to be opened September 24,
1895." will be received at tbe Bureau of
Supplies and Aicouuts. Navy Department,
Washington. D. C, until 12 o'clock noon,
SEPTEMBER 24. 1895. and publklyopened
Immediately thereafter, to furuib at the
Navy Ya rd, Washington, D. C a quantity ot
Heel rails, angle bars, vpikeg, lumber, pack
ing, pipe and pipe fittings, and tools. Tbe
articles mustcouform to tbe Navy standard,
and pa's the usual naval Inspection. Blank
proposals will be furnished upon application
to the Navy Yard, Washington, D. C. The
attention of manufacturers and dealers Is
Invited. The bids, all other things being
equal, decided by lot. The Department
roerves the right to waive defects, or to
to the Government. EDWIN STEWART,
Paymaster General, U. S.N.
PBOPOSALS FOR SOIL AND MANURE.
Office of Building for Library ol
Congress. 145 East Capitol street, Wash
ington. D. C September 11th, 1895.
Sealed proposals for furnishing and deliver
ing about 1.800 cubic yards ot surface
soil and about 400 cubic yards of manure
for the approaches of the Building for the
Library of Congress, in this city, will be
received at this office untiLTWO O'CLOCK
P. II.. on WEDNE8DAY. the TWENTY
FIFTH day of September. I895.and opened
immediately thereafter in presence ot
bidders. Specifications, general instruc
tions and conditions, and blank forms of
proposal may be obtained on application
tothisofflce. BERNARD R.GKKEN.
Superintendent and Engineer.
sell-13-lfi-18 20 23 a m
FOR BENT FLATS.
A. F"liA.X 3 rras.: bath; hot and cold
water; wood shed and yard; all for
$12.50. No.-ei P st.nw. sel8-7t
FOR RENT Flats of 4 and 0 rooms
cain, besides bath, steam beat, gas
range, all In good order. Inquire at 208
F St. nw. se!8-8t
FOR RENT STORE.
FOR RENT Store. 9th t- nearH nw.
6TP-5toreand brick staWe, S35-824
Store and workshop, $45. R. J. HE ALL,
941 R. I. ave. se20-7t
FOR' RENT Store and fixtures of a
baker), including oven, bake pans, and
a trade of over 200 loaves per day. This
Is an opening rarely offered. T. O. AN
DEUSOX.T CO . 907 G St. nw. tf
705 C st. sw.; nice rooms. selO-lOt
WANTED-Private family wishes roar
genuemen Doaraers. a. u. .u., mis
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