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THE WASHINGTON 0KIT10, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEBIBEK 10, 1887.
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WASHINGTON, NOV. 10, 1837.
OKNKItAI. MWHKS' LKTtKlt.
Tbo letter of General Sparks, la
which he replies to tbo recent com
munication of Secretary Lamar, ami at
tbo samo Urac tenders bis resignation
as Commissioner of tbo General Inn a
Office, will bo read with Interest. Con
sltlcrlng tbe Impulaho character of
tbo writer anil lliu Impiltenco with
wblcb bo Is accuitomcil to resent criti
cism, the letter Is mild mannered ami
dtgnltled In tbe extreme, freo of all
personal blltcrnef a and appropriately
UfUtluz tbo aeriom naturu of tlio occa
(Ion.
Commlnloncr Spirits la not forget
ful, howucr, of Hie duly due to him
self and tbo general public to vindi
cate m ho tniy tbe imnnur In which hu
basdlecbargtd tho duties nf his ofllce,
and mako clear tbo real nature of tbo
Issues presented by tbe recent contro
versy. IMdently he holds that tbo
Secretary Is In urror that tho Issue, to
use bis own language, has been diverted
from one of legal construction to one
of authority and Insubordination, that
forco has been substituted for argu
ment, that tho public mind has been
prejudiced thereby as to tbe real merits
of the case.
He also urges that when questions
of legal construction artsj and tbe
reprcacntatlvisof railroad corporations,
under the practice of tho Department,
arc allowed to apply for reviews and
reconsiderations, tbo Commissioner of
tbo Land Office, by tbo mere vlrtuo of
his position and Its functions, should
havo at least an equal right with tbo
representatives of private Interests to
ask tbo Secretary of the Interior to
rc'Cxamlno a departmental decision.
This Is about tbo strongest point made
In the letter, and la more than an
Insinuation that tbe administration of
tbo Interior Department has not
been conducted on strictly Impartial
methods, so far as tho land grant rail
roads aro concerned.
On tbo whole, General Sparks haa
inn do out a good case. Ho has tho
reputation of being ono of tbo ratal
honest men In tho service, and tbero Is
nothing In the lcttor calculated to dis
lodge tbo Impression that, whatovcr
mistakes bo may have commuted, bo
has been Invariably guided by a deslro
to protect tbo public domain from
tho rapacity of corporations In tho In
terest of actual settlers, and to permit
no Invasion of the public lands not
plainly warranted by law.
l'KACTIOAL l'llILANTUKOPY.
Mr. Frederick II. lllndge, formerly
of Cambridge, Mass., but now a real
dent of Los Angeles, Cal , Is ono
bloated bondholder at least whom tbo
country could well a fiord to see many
times reduplicated. Some tlmoagoho
presented to the city of Cambridge a
new public library butldtug. IIu now
proposes to supplement this donation
-with three other girts a site for a
high school, an Industrial school build
ing complete and a city hall, altogether
amounting In money value to about
half n million dollars.
Tho peculiarity of these benefactions
consists In tbo simplicity of tho con
ditions with which they are accom
panied. Ono Is that over tbo door of
tho high school building shall be In
scribed this legend:
Knowledge U worth seeking, but tbo wise,
wbl!o striving to cultlvato their minds, itrit o
Also to acqulro strength or soul and body
l lien knowledge avails.
Another Is that over tho cntranco to
tho City Hall be placed this notable In
scription; God lias given commandments unto mon;
from these commandments men have frame 1
laws by which to bo governed. It 1 hon
orable and praiseworthy to faithfully servo
the people by heir Ins to administer those laws.
If tbe laws are not enforced tbe people aro
not well governed.
Tho third Is that tho following
equally notable Inscription shall bo
placed over tho door of tho Industrial
school:
Work Is ono of our greatest blowings,
Every one should have honest occupation.
Mr. lllndge la evidently a progressive
man a believer in education, In law
and order and In practical knowledge,
and bis gifts acquire an additional In
terest from tbo fact that tbo country
bos jurt passed through ono of Its
sternest experiences in tho enforcement
of tho laws, and also because of tho
Increasing tendency of the times to
Incorporate Bystcmsof Industrial train
Ing with our public schools.
More than ecrbefora are educators
realizing tho Importance of making tho
cchools actual helps to advancement In
life, not so much In a redundancy of
book-learning, ns In tho acquisition of
handicrafts that will furnish to tho
graduates of theso colleges of tho peo
ple avallablo and lmmedlato capital for
their support, Herein lies tbo solution
of a great difficulty tho secret of
lessening tbe number of those who aro
annually turned out to shift for them
selves, with their minds full of memor
ized lessons, but without definite pur
poso for tbo future and with hands apt
at no Industry.
That education Is certainly worth tbe
most, If not In tbo case of a great ma
jority of school children tho only
education worth having, which trains
them to dlllgenco and systematic habits,
and equips them for some useful call
ing when forced to depend upon their
own resources.
Hon. John Goode has directed that
his name bo peremptorily withdrawn,
should It bo presented to tho caucus of
tbe Virginia Legislature, Ho Is not a
candidate for tho United States Senato.
lie H lot Mr. Barbour. That U, In
caso there's no smashing of state.
Contingencies aro always Imminent In
politics as In war.
Tun first toau at tho Nov York
Chamber of Commerce dinner last
evening was to tho President, and wis
gracefully responded to by Mr. Limar.
Preceding tbo Secretary's remarks a
letter from Mr. Cleveland was rra 1, In
which ho expressed tbo great pleasure
and profit ho would doubtless experi
ence tould bo be present on tbooc
caslon, Ho also referred to tho re
lation that necessarily exists between
government and business, andspokoof
the political obligations resting upjn
commercial associations at tending to
Impress upon tho administration of tbo
Government a business character and
tendency, "free from the dtvctslon of
passion and unmoved by sudden gust
of excitement." The letter concluded
wllh tho following sensible remarks
Hut tbo most wholcsomo purpooof their
political action will not bo accomplish 4 by
an InsMcnco uton their oxcluih o claims an 1
selfish benefits, rrgardles of tho wolfateor
the, people at largo. Interdependence I so
folly an element In onr national oxlstetuo
that a patriotic and generous h ed to tlio gen
t ral good seems to lust subscno ctery par
ticular Intercut.
Plymouth Church, Urooklyn, do
elded yesterday to extend a call to Mr.
Berry of Wolverhampton, Kugland, to
succeed Mr. llcccliar as tbo pistor of
that congregation, at a silary of $10,
OOOaycar, Only onu member of the
society had tbo pluck to dissent from
this decision, on tho ground that tho
bead of n great American church ought
to bo himself an Anu-rlcan.
Is Mr. Cleveland giving n hitch to
Mr, ltamlnll's 8UpiiiiUrs when ho
writes In his letter to tho New York
Chamber of Commerce that "good
government has no more Important
mission that t lie stlmulillnn and pro
lection (wV) of the activities of the
country i" We pause for a reply.
Fax. h the Cincinnati luae SUtr con
cerning Don M Dickinson, tho alleged
successor of Mr. Vibw In tbo IWolllce
Department: "Mr. Dickinson takes no
chll serWco mugwumpcry In his."
TheMlchlganders all spell It "surface."
AnouTtwo hundred cltlens of Vir
ginia residing In Daltlmoro Bent a letter
to Mr. Harbour yesterday expressing
the bopo that ho would soon sccuro a
seat In tbo United States Sonato.
Mn. Gladstom: Is In favor of liberty,
but ho la not In favor of license,
NOTES ANI1 CIOSSII.
ANDnnw Cauneoic will winter In New
York ana return to hU castle In Scotland
next spring.
Tub widow of General Thomas Francis
Meagher will sail for Europe November 19
and spend tbo winter In Homo.
Tub following original obituary la foand
1b a lloaton newspaper i "L. C. Chase, tbo
former owner of Hopeful, 2.HJ, Is dead,"
Mrs. BAiun Goitdev, who died In Torts
mouth, Ohio, at tbo ago of bO yean, was
presont at tbo birth of General Grant and
nursed tbe great soldier when be was a baby.
Sir Hctrt I'ossonbt, private secretary
to Queen Victoria, Indignantly denies tbo
alleged scenes ot drunkenness at tho recent
lial moral festival to tbe memory ot tbe
nucu iiuosuri.
If it Is true that Miss Clara Louise
Kellogg has married, let us hope that she
will follow tho good example ot Miss Uary
and retire from tuo stage, Kansai City
Times.
Colonel A. It Lamm and Mr. Harry
Edwards, late ot tbe Mueou, ()a,, Tilfjrtijifi,
will begin tho publication of a new weekly
paper In that city, December 10, to be called
ihefruntl'ty Timet,
Captain D. Haiuus Smith of Galena,
111., Istbeoldeit living steamtoatraau ba
tfften Cairo and St. Paul. lie arrived In
Galena on a keel boat from Cincinnati June
20, 1W1, being abjut two months on tbe
trip.
Mlts. Anme Wittcnmeyeu of Philadel
phia, tho celebrated sriny curie, delivered
an address In Cincinnati last Saturday even
ing1, and oti Monday evening, spoke la
CoWnglou. She la still a tuoat entertaining
speaker.
M, Coqieliv, tbe renowned French actor,
save: "I always rise at bilf past 7 and go to
bed without taking supper Just after I have
left tbe theatre. Most of the profession go
to bed lato and rise late, but It seems to me
qulto unnatural to be getting up about 11
or 12 o'clock."
UiiiMiMiUAM. Alabama, In 3SS.J hal
(150,000 Invested In banks and $3,500,000 In
manufacturing. Now she has (2,250,000 In
banks and $17,050,000 in manufacturing,
with a pay-roll to employes of $1,000,000
per month. In 183 there were ns street
railways and now tbero aro seventy miles of
track.
Aiiout 4,000 of the poor of New York
are burled annually In the Potter's Field In
forty-cent cofllns, and tbe supply goes on
IccreaelDK. Said Kov. N. 1). Thompson, a
baptist clergyman of that city, In a bermon
last Sunday: "One ot tho smartest and
shrewdest lawyers of this city sleeps there
to-Dlght, There Ho the remains of a most
magnetic club man, a stalwart sailor, a
talented pulpit orator, a once rich mer
chant, a former society belle. These are
but representatives of tho victims who
havo fallen beforo the scythe of adversity,"
Judge J, V. Emersox of Ironton, Mo.,
who has been appointed successor to Miss
Phoebe W. Couzlns as United States Mar
shal for the Eastern District of Missouri,
Is a native of Massachusetts, who graduated
In law at Ann Arbor and removed West In
lb07, Durlag tbe war he was Major of the
Forty seventh Missouri Volunteers and was
afterward elected to tho district bench.
Since 1)7 be has been engaged In tbo prac
tice of law at Ironton. Judgo Emerson
lately erected a costly monument at tbe
i pot where General Grant received bis com
mission as General.
The laitcHt Tlilneln (nni
As soon as we get over the rush wo are
going to loveut a big navy gun that will
I brow deadly car stoves Into tbe encm's
vecsels. Two grand results will bo accom
plished: Tbe enemy will bo annihilated In
a particularly melancholy manner and we
iball get rid of tho stoves. Springfield
Union.
YHITK CUrtVSANTlIEaiUHS.
Horn ot tho cloud nnl daiitim,
i)t tlio frosts Midmrly enow;
When the mmintr l-looms have faded.
The beautiful ClirNt Uowi r blow.
All through tlio budding spring tluio,
All throiiKh tho summer' heat,
All throiwn the autumn's glory,
1 hey hide their bloinoms sweet,
Hut uhen tho earth Is lonely.
And tho Mtter north wind mow,
With a sinlluof chier for the dear old year,
llio Lhrlitinaa bluuums blow.
Sweet as a dream of summer,
hlto as tho drill In jr huow:
hen our heat ts aie II Hod with itrlet Intr,
IhebtiiulHiil Clirht Hun era blow.
Nut all the south winds uoulDif
Opena their ittret heart;
8 lender they trrow and etatoly,
GuflriUno their life apart.
Uut when the earth Is dreary.
And tbo heavy clouds bang low,
With t htlr tender cheer for the wayw orn year,
Tbo Christmas blossoms, blow,
bwcetettofall consolers
I alriBt of lowers that grow I
When hopes and Dowers have fadeT,
Ihe beautiful Uirlfrt flowers bWw.
llrlfcbt in the cottage window,
Sweet In tho darkened room,
I-air In the shortened sunlticht,
Cheering the dusay cloom.
Oh, when our heart are lonely,
And clouds of caro hang low,
With Messed cheer for tho dying year
The Christmas Mqssqus blow
ii;w rritA i, awii mtrricur.Ait.
Tlifllunrtnplocil" in London appear to
be 1 1 e li t busy In riMnif a row anl flghtlDg
the polite. hat's In a homo t
"Hire Isamotker," said a temperance
advocate, ttl lug down about a pint ot
coffee.
"Coffee Is n Mecha, ton," replied a man
across the table, and called for a bottlo ot
beer.
We are walttDg for tho baseball editor to
get In a foul joke on Kiel Jon, tho Anarchist.
"
Tho Lcadvlllo Democrat says Its new
editor, Colonel John M. Joyce, has a
"granite character." In this part of tho
moral heritage tbe Colonel was considered
a gneiss man.
We are asked by a correspondent bow old
Mies Clara Louise Kellogg ts, and wo will
say to the thoughtless Inquirer tbst an old
maid Is always a young married woman
when she gets married.
Grnrgo Francis, go shut up your head,
our talking Rives us pain;
We're willing to forgive tho Itcds
If they Mill fire tbo Train.
TUB ARROW STCAMSIIIP COMPANt'fl ArTEAL.
In early da s Virginia had
A Pocahontas, tall and dark,
bo came between her father's club
And John Smith's vital 'park.
In later days Virginia lias
A 1'ocabuntttS long and slim
Will not some later John SjiUh do
As she did unto him 1
In society this winter seven letters.
"He's such n tko in an," sail a sick
DtpartmeLt chik, as tt-c chlct of bis
dhlslon left Lis room, after a visit ot
Inquliy.
'Quito eo," rt piled tho nurse, dlspis
blountely.
"Vcp, and lit's so thoughtful, anl Ins
such a pleasant way of pijlng his subordi
nates agreeable comrlfmenta. Did you
hear him tell mo that his dear father died of
the very samo con'plalnt I am suffering
wtlbV" ami tlio tick man turned bis face to
tLo wall and v,eutto dreaming of bis afT
bte euptrlor.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
T-,-1 OK Till: nKXKFIT OF TltlN-
1(7 ('bmen. (lannri'fmwi. tit IE. V.
Droon'a
Drooi
Mu-tu Mom IU1 I'enn. avo. Stein-
wny i'rrlplit (.rand 1'lano, 850, and n round
niij i iiii, maim i iiiiiu, jiju, unit u ni'lll'J
trln ticket to J.urmo vli North (li-mian Lluvil
Mi arm r from Aow nrk; rrm1 torn voir. In
cluding mrnla and slate room; share, Includ
ing buih, JK
rsaarrioc or iiovdm nnti:c-
tS TOUV,
No 810 PHrnrrT Nortiiwkt,
WAfilllSOTOV, J). 0., isov. II. lb-17.
To protect tho public from the misleading
statements of irrLBpimsIblo ncontu of nn at
tempted opiwsitlon to "ltoyd'a Olroetory,"
all persons aro hereby Informed that tho
publication of "Hoyd's Directory" ha not
lcen suspended or abandoned because of Cot.
llojd'n death. Tho book w HI bo Issued AN
NUALLY at tho usual time, and will. In sys
tem, compilation and accuracy, conform to
former editions. All stutcmonts to tho con
trary aro falffo, and clntm to bo tho "succes
sor to iioyd" aro fraudulent.
MH8.KLUA11E1U8. BOYD, rubllshcr.
rn-A MEET! NO OF THE CAIIL1N
2tf birlnps syndicate, for tho purnoio
of determining tbe rlfcht of cbolco In tho se
lection of lots, will bo held at tho National
miles' Armory, too list nw, on Friday oven
log, November 18. at 7J30 p. in. Tho prosonco
of every subucrllicr, either In person or by
proxy, is expected. A commlttoo will bo
charged with tho duty of reprobating tho In
terrsts of absentees. Persons Interested and
desiring to Join tho syadlcatoaro Invited to
bo present.
lU'V.TTn & MxrnoWAN.
MATTHEW THIMBLE.
la TOUT.
orfice, H17 T Street Northwest.
A complcto and thorough canvass of tho
District of Columbia ts now progressing, and
will Include every resident, their occupation
and nddren.
A larco circulation of tho Directory hnl
tiadyiissnred through orders rucOrcil from
every Depnrttnrnt nftho United btatoa Gov
ei nment, tbe United btates Capital and the
business community.
As an advertising modlum It wlllbouncx
celled. T1113 BOOK WIIX DC TtlJADY rOHDELlV
i:n JANUAKY 1, 188S,
Hates for Advertising:
Ono pace ,$-13, Including book
tmolnilf page 14, " "
Onoqnartir pngo U, " '
Tsaino inserted in largo typo ,..81 no
Subscription to Directory soo
t-peclal contracts mado fur marginal pago
advertisement
Tho Ujok will bo rcatly bound In a substan
tial black cover, suitably for n library, and
v 111 not bo (I tea pure I by advertisements on
tho back, Mdeii or margin
tend In your orders at onco.
WILLIAM DICKSON,
Pi lb II "her,
1417 F street North wiwt.
KTCwriHST I'AVMBNT 14TII ISSUH,
4a 2tOVEMUKIt, 1887
EQUITABLE
CO-OPEHATIVE BUILDINO ASSOCIATION.
"EQUITABLE BUILDINa," I00J V ST.
ASSETS-STOO.Ktf CI,
Subscription books aro now open for a now
Issue of stoik (tlioHtb). faubsetiptlons and tlio
first payment t hereon received daily at tho
oftlco of the Assoelatlon. Equitable Building,
1003 F st. Shares are 8.60 per month.
Tampblets explaining tho objaot and ad
vantages of tho Association aro farnUhcd
upon application,
Offlco hours from D a.m. to i 30 p.m. On
tho first Wednesday lu each month tho
ofiico VflltbeoponfromOtoSp m. Advancos
win mj maao promniiy at ( ociook. iOO
Kightb Annual Meeting s bo held at Na
tional lUnes' Armory, Q st , at 7 .JO o'clock
P m THOMAS BOMEItVILLIE, Trcst,
, JNO. JOY EDSON, Sso'y.
rrr?oi'riOK or
4a B. Y. Q ItAVELT ft CO.,
Iartsiuj:, llENnr Co , Va ,
October 15, iw.
Wo havo appolntod JAMES L. BAHBOUlt of
Washington. D O, solo agent for thosaloof
our U. F. GHAVELY brand of plug tobaooo In
that market. Prom this dato tho trade will
please call on him direct for tbo goods.
llcspcctfully,
Tl.F.OrtAVELY&CO.
rrn-FINIS AXtT AND I1.LU8TUATKD
lav books bound, full Morocco gilt edge;
wo have stamps and ales: magatlne. 0.1 and
?B COEtS. LYCETT BINDBUY,
I0U Penn, ave.
tsr1
I WISH TO INFOItSI TMUPUH.
Ho tbftt ftltlinnffh tinfnif tinvnnffnil hv
tlioK OfL theso last ten weeks, my band U
stilt In a blooming condition. Open to en-
Sagement, with 2.1 men, at a moment's notice
'. KltAUSE. loader National ItlQes Band.
tKmfiXOOXlE A SCHLEY,
BANKERS AND BROSBUS,
cc Broad street, New York.
snAKcn orricss:
73 Wall st., N. Y. ill south 3d st Phlla.
Connected with I, A. Evans ft Co., Boston 1
E. L, BrewBter ft Co , Chicago; Corson ft Ma
cartney, Washington! Warren ft Quarles,
Richmond.
Private Wire Connections. Buy and soil
Stocks, Bonds and Miscellaneous bocrj-HIos
on New York Stock Eichange.
(KTH-'It. If. GOLDSHOUOUflll & CO.,
a Real Ubtate, 1103 Fst.
Renl Citato bought and sold. Loans ef
fected. Insurant! plated. Investment
made Special attention to the collection of
rents and management of real properties,
R.H.UOI.Ual)OROlUil ft CO.,
imp st.
Br
HAS FIXTURES, SInto Slnn
llc. I.atrnhn ltnnirn. nml Viir
SAC09, riumblnir, lloatlna and Tia-
tire. u. a. biiKuu ,t duo ,
UJ 3tU tt. n. w.
2riiii;i nnKi rinui
!( yon want tho CnEArKST, CLEANEST
and Siost Economical FUEL, bujWasU
Inttou Uaa Companv'a coKK.
JOUNSON BnOTIIKRS,
Sole Agents.
rsw-orriou op
3J 11. 11. BVANa, iaai p ,t, b, v,..
COMMIHSIONKIl OP DKBU3 FOtt ALL
STATES AND TEHIUTOKIiiS.
NOTAHV PUULIO.
Telerbose. (04-9, Uonra rrom 0 to ;W.
IIt. WniTR, Foot HpfieUlM,
-r Hiurennn nvt, opp vtiiiiru noun,
siirreintrully tnnts Conn, IJiinlmn, DMoaiol
Nalh, Vnotilnr Kicrccrrnros and all foot all
menis without pitin Itotcntntho moMtnml
nmt pbvslclan, surgeons and thointnds of
other well Known iHrsonq, pnlronsof hiioi
talilUhment, Twenty fovonth year of prui
tiro in Wahlngtnn Pee,?! a sltllug for put
ting tho foot lu order,
-3Vfirr:c!Ar, itaiNi in mi:ns
Is FALLUNDKUWKAlt,1inslRliYanl
UIOVRS.at l'.T. II ALL 4,
Milrtw to nrAfT OinKttiff
WANTED HELP FEMALE.
not let i, four llnti or Utt on tlint, '2!i ctntti
.- ' Cft. mm tuntf, oitctnis.
WANTr.O-AOiioiMroman nt Mtllt
(lAN'S, on V st, to do washing and
Itehcn work.
WANTKIl A fettle. t Colored Wo
man desires a situation to do general
homework for a small family; willing to a,
sin at sewing or caro for children: good
nferrnecs. Call or address ANN TERUY,
31311st iv,
W
MNTKIl-A Girl for (len'l House-
worn. Appiy ntKta sip st n w.
W
rANTi;i-A Colnre.lOlrll no Wah-
ing. vaitntmi inn tin w.
DAVIH, I'liotogrnplier, Forinnrly on
tho Avenue, Is now at 71 th st, making
better work than evert only 8J and SJ.Wper
dozen.
Youcansavfltfrom St tott per dozen by
having yonr pictures mado by
MR. DAVIS.
W
ANTKI-At Clotlilnc Rich tinge,
!W1 4 st I W. to sell caiUiLY olothtnff.
etc, at lowest prlocs. Illghostcaah prices
imm lorau fccqdq nana gomis.
WANTKIlly NHt, Tidy Colored
girl, a i laeo to do general housework;
references gncn. 1513 11th et d w.
WANTKIl-A M'htto Olrl About II
y ars of ago to attend t child ' j ears
old full ot mo llitn w.
VANTKIl A lonin for (Jenerrfl
T I hnutework, by a family of three; must
bo a good rook mid stay at night; bring refer
into. 1311 Corcoran st.
11TAMTKIi-llj n Settled lllilte Wo
Yv mun, a situation In u small prlrato
family to took, wnoli and Iron; to go homo at
night Call or Ritdron lvnj i t n w
WANTKIl Coolt, riiiuiiberiualdn.
nnwe, waiter, coachmen, liclt-lxiy
nndrtryono wnntlng situation tu rail at
COLUMBIA IlUINEba AQKNCY, U12tU St,
oppl'lal Itoul.
W.1NTKO-A Cettlo.l Wlilto Wotmin
to cook, wash andiron. Call at 1IA
Plcrco I'lm o
TVATi:i-A ciooil Wlilto Olrl to
VT cook for a eranll family. Apply with
refcrnnt on nt tell lt M n w
WANTED HELPMALE
WANTKD-r.trni UniidtikMltorrum
Boundary finct; gond tre4tmcnt;
steady work Inrjuiro at UXI North Capitol
st, bet O audi'.
WANTED A (Jompetciit Mun to
take caro of borso and make himself
genrroliy useful In irlvnto faintly. Adlren,
wlth;refcrcncts, It, Lock Drawer, 43 J City
1 o '
WANTED-A Hoy, Abont 15 or 10
year old, to work in a barroom; Ger
man preferred. Apply at 710 D st n w.
TfTAMTEU-A Candy Maker.
IT JAMES II. DORAN,
8JI Ptiavoao.
W
ANTED A Colored Dor to Wult
in a morn t-nn ai vui ntn sc n w.
WANTED-llVw7do"7iroin the
North, a position an kou4ekecier In
hotel or gentleman's family; best ot refer
tneca. Address MRS. 8. A.. Crltlo olllce.
TTOLlDAYHt HOLIDAYS I Oo to
XX UavU, 7SJ 7th st, for your pictures Ono
largo crayon and ono dozen finely llnlshod
cabinet portraits for only 83, Come and soo
them.
TTTANTED-Hr n Flrst-claM I.nun.
TV dress, washing to elo at homo. Apply
at 1308 aoth st.
WANTED A Gentlnmnn Fntntllnr
with prosecution of pension claims,
would like employment on some after oQluo
hours Address CLAIMS, Crltlo oflico.
WANTED A Respectable Young
colored girl wants a place as nurso and
chambermaid. Apply at 714 Freeman alley,
bet till and 7th, N and O sts.
WANTED A Young Woman lelr
apoHltlonas housukooper for a bach
elor or widower: best of city references. Ad
dress BOX T.frll 1o offleo
WANTED ROOMS.
"WANTED y u Outet Tarty, Two
1 1 unrurnlshed rooms, where no ques
tions aro Obked, Address X. C. X , Ciltlo
ofllce.
IT ANTED-ln a 1'rlvate Fitiully and
TT nulct locality, a turnlshod room lor oo
caslonal uso. Address M. C , cntlo otlloo.
TTTANTED FariitHlieil Koorn, Do
TT twecn tth and 10th sts, faoing casts
comfortable; gas and heat; will pay $i or SI0.
AddrePaCCrltlpntDro
WANTEP MISCELLANEOUS.
"IVAN TED-Part or More or Small
1 ktoro; centrally located. Address G. h ,
Critic ofilte.
WANTED-Tlie Oolumbla Ilufllnssii
Agency want everybody to register
with them: situations and pa Ing positions
Decurcd; charges reasonable Cull or address
for what you want. COLUMBIA RUSINUSS
AnrNrv 4r,igthstnw.
WANTED-Thfi Uolumlilit llimlniois
Agency has ntco clean otllco and poll to
attention to oil lookintrfor help nr employ
ment. 408 18th st.opn Palais Roal.
WANTED A I'ortnlilo Kauge with
attachments; also a latrobo: must jq
in first-class eondltlon, Address U. B, K
Crltlo onlco.
WAKTED-Ono or Two Single Men
to occupy, without board, a large 8d
story front room: open grata tire, bath, etc;
small prlvat family. O , Crltlo oftlco.
WANTED Horses to Winter,
II. SPEAR, 503 U st n W.
TJANTED-The 1'nbllo to Know
YV that F. WALDECKKR ft CO. manu
factures musical Instruments and strings; ro
palrlng a specially. 1417 Cth st n w.
r ANTED ETerjbodr to Know that
TV Itlce'a Steam Cleaning Works, 400
Maine ave a w, cleans carpoti, ronovatos
feathers, steams mattresses and romakoa
them; also, furniture steamed In tho best
manner ana ai lowom prices
-TTTANTED-lt Known that O. S.
VV BUNDYof4,W La ave (opn City Hall)
la Commissioner of Doods for all tbo States
and Territories (eioept Maryland).
WANTED Customers with Good
reference to buy fine clothing; tailoring
on easy terms, at Btraaburpor ft Bon's, manu
factoring clothiers and tailors. llUFstn w.
WANTED Old Oold nnl Ntlrer
bought for cash by WM. FKIEDBIUCIt,
tbo manufacturing Jowolor, 605 7th st, opp
Patent Ofllce
FOn SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
1?OIt SAI.E-Ono AO-lnch Itteycle, In
pcifcct condition; price SW. Apply at
ittS A its o.
IOJt HALE-Wulmit Dedstoail nml
: baby cairlago, in good condition,
cheap. No. 2D 5th st b e.
I?OK SALE-A Dig llurgaltiOne I.u
. dies' driving horse, one light two seat
Rochester wagon, nearly new ono tine coupe
home. 7) cats old and sound; one furniture
wagon, ono light slnglo barnnsn
P.O. MERRY, 711 Iv st.
I? OH HALE Cheap Clear ami To
y batto store; pood stand; owner going
to leave tlioclty. Apply at lJOftno.
I?OHH,LK Elite Diiy Mnr Styl
. lili.toundand a gofHl driver, bothalu
gle and double. BOX X, Crltlo omcc.
37 Oil SALE A Courier Safety lit
. cyclo, In goud condition: eomuicto with
lantern uml bell; has had six ((J) monutes'
wear; price S105; tost f IW, Apply to OWNER,
oil M t n w.
F
Olt SALE Z.lNUTYl'13 MACHINE
CO, blOCK I-ot or G Bliares. by
FRANK II PEIOU7E,
Kellogg Bulldliu. 1 110 F st
I? Oil HAT.E-Clip-1 lln llor,n, O
: yearH old. suitable for drlt Ing or riding.
Apply toJ. 11 LtlRRAN.Htli and E nts n W.
17 Olt KlI,K-lool l'ucklng Doves,
" Inch board; dimension 17x40x31 Inches,
and smaller. Inquire at UT 7th et n w, ROOM
D, 2d floor;
17 Olt SAT.E-Neir-reedlug l'urlor
' stove, but llttlo used, cost till will soil
for SIP, with pi po. 623 7th st no.
Ct K WILXj Iluy Now Homes, Domes
01J tics and Singers. 810 will buy lea
proved machine, slightly used, at PUNK'S,
13J1 7th st, near O st Market, tho choipoatand
be tit sowing machine agency In tho world .
I-MME SALEAn Eldrldge Suwlng
; machine; as goal as new, with double
drawers; cost SCO; having no use for It any
longer will sell (heap for cash. Address EI
drlJga Sew lug -Machine; Crltlo offlco,
w
FOR SALE-HOUSES.
IpOURtl.E ""
., WM.ll OIINNlSON.lOffl Fstnw.
Pstn w,7m, ml, tr w,.,,,, b glMfl
tnhstn w, Ut. tnl brick 4,5'X)
liihst, a stores, lot vnxIWcath lpcrft.
tjstn w. 8-story brick, lot WM00 0,100
Ystnw.a bricks, rent 818.50, lit95
ench , 1,750
I0lhPtno.s-f.tory brlck,7rs, ml, 18a
RScath ,,., g,500
R I ave, si ft front. WWior ft
aarrM. ltorrcvninP1kf,nritr 1)0 line,. 1,100
H.rcofton Capitol Hill, UMar ft.
t5 acres, house and barn, on Potomac,
only i,nm
Mass ave, 9 frames, 21x00, rnch 4,o"0
ihl st n w, frame, 4 raand hall, IfliM .... noo
pOU SALE-Houses,
flonMstno, 7 rs, all ml. fl.Oflo
lonTstnw, firs, ml 6,400
lon.1t. st no, flrs.ssnuarcs from Cap
itol grounds, lot SSxiw a,roo
lonNstn w,i0rs,allml, now lo.noi
fccvcrnl onSKd stn w.tirs.nil ml l.coo
AUSTIN P. BROWN,
Real EBtatoand Iinns,
lUJFstn w.
17 OH HALE Special lUrgalna for Im
mediate cash Brick tiouso, 10 rs, lot3)v.
100.2311 Mstn wj possesion at once; also.B
room frame house, lot 17x07, ifJ O st n w;
tetms accommodating.
THOMAS A. MITCHELL,
Oil Fst, Room 4.
I?01t SAT,E-lIonse Near Diipont Clr
. cle, newt 1 rooms; finished In hard wool;
frescoed; epoaklng tubes; heatcnl br furnace;
all modern Improvements. Prion, 813,0011,
AUbTIN P. BROWN,
Roal Estato and Loans,
1 t-i) F st n w.
17OH8AI.E Hrlck House on Q et, bet
13th and lothsts, containing 11 rs.all
m 1: for uBiorhonn for next tn days
AUftllN P. BROYN, Roal Estate and Ixians,
J4S0Jritnw.
I70K IlENT-O-ltoom llrlck noimo,
1 with store, cor rth and I sts 1 0; ta W.
nEO. F. 1IARHIN, 810 Pa nvo g 0.
I70K RAI.llloun nu Monndxry,
1 nenr l lib tt, 8 rs. all m 1, 31 ft front, lot
48x70, to alley; 1 nro 81 V0
LSTIN P. BROWN,
ll.'U r'stn w.
I7)ItBAIHiio llouneoril ItoamM
. bath ami ct liar; all mod tmp-t; in an clo
gnnt tieigbhorhofMi t nortliftcst. Iniuiro of
(1EO MASON. 110T Tat.
AIlAItOAIN ir AeerptPil nt Once
A large furnished houso for S1W jtor
month, payable In udvanc-o; or tho two upK.r
floors, completely furnished, at SW per month,
containing nlno rooms. No. 61 J Ktb st ti w.
I?on SAT.E Wltltln One fltiarn or
? Dupont Circle, 11 room brick dwelling;
modern Improvement will sell fnrnlturo
with It. Thlspropertylsino't cliniblr sltui
trd, nnd will to told low. If not sold soon
will bo rented furnished, as the owner Is glr
lrg up houcke rplng
Apiiytoo c nRnrtN,3cn7tiistnw.
17 Olt SALE A Very Desirable New
. 8-story and bawrotnt brick dwelling, 0
rooms and all modern Improvemotiis, la a
rat Idly Im; roving sect Ion of tho northwest;
tho owner being nbotit toleavo thocltvthls
properly Is offered fcraft-wdays at the low
price of frtNX). For permit to fro npply to
S ORMbTEBT ft BRADLEY. P3? F st
REAL ESTAJE
7JODEKT AOSE A- CO.,
J.V Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents.
hO. &00 list. 8 O.
Sales of real estate and personal property
In all parts of tho District promptly and faith
fully attended to.
B
.RO-jM3STS
orrmEn nr
J. W. P. MYERS &. SON,
Ileal Estate It rotter,
1420 ITo-w- Yolc Avo.
TOR SALE-SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOR
jierson vfith a llttlo cash. Tbe one fourth
nntcrcst In a syndlcato owning ono of tho
finest parcels of land In this District.
Money can be doubled.
TOR SALE-ABOUT 63,000 SQ. TEST OF
ground in rapidly advancing locution; north
vest Bectlon, above Boundary. To Im
mediate purchaser 43 per cent, below proa
cnt market value,
FOR SALE-RARE CHANCE TWO 10-"
room brick housos, noar Uov't Printing
Office; 1 rice each only 81,500.
TOR SALE-1GOO S ST, 7 ROOMS, BATH
and mod Imps; cheap; gl.COO.
FOR SA1 E-TURKR NEW BRICK IIOUE3
on Marion st. 7 rs, batb, concrete cellar,
mod Imps; prices 8 1,830, 84,800, f 1,500,
FOR SALE-FIVE NEW BRICK HOUSES,
northwest section, paying nearly 13 per
cent; prko lor all 80 600.
FOR SALE-FIMi RESIDENCE ON 13TII
st. 0 rooms, bath and all mod Imps; price
89,500.
FOR SALE-bUITARLE TOR BUSINESS
Property.
Brick, 7 rs, on Oth, bet 1 and K fts $4,V
Brlck.Ors, ontrtb, bet laudKsts 7.W0
Frame, near I on Oth st, lot SO ft front.. 0,600
AUo dcfalrable residence on I st, noar Cth
11 rs, all m 1, lot i ft front 0,000
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL ft ROOM finU8B
on U st, bet 15th and ICth; hard wood llnlm;
S0.CW.
FOR SAL1I-TWO GOOD O ROOM DRICKS,
mod Imps, 4th et n w; oacb $ l.oou.
FOR SALE IN WEST WASRINQTON. GOOD
business property on aid st; Btoro and dwel
ling; prlco $1,500.
FOR SALE
Cnrollnost, C rs $1,000
Utb, above la circle. -. P,M0
(( t,t, 6 room britk. . , 3 500
1'ierco Placo, 7is 1500
bouth Capitol at.Ors. l.JVO
Fentonst.firs 1,1M
14th Bt. Sis, cheap 7.590
Uct.Trs..., S,ioo
14thst, store aud dwelling 10,000
Rlggsst.O rs o,ro
13th and Cstsa w, store and dwg 4,500
I OK SALE-ONRnODE ISLAND AVE. 10
roora brick, mod Imps; stahlo; prlco 83,500,
TOR PALE-ON DUMBARTON AVE. FRAME
81,500; on Congress st, frame, SJOoo.
FOR SALE ON NEW YORK AVENUE. R
Btory brick, 10 rs, mod lmpe; 3-story stable;
I rlco only $0,850.
TOR SALE-SIX BRICK nOUSES ONLINE
lttlt R it, now paying 10 per coat; prlco
JO. 160.
TOR SALE-SEVERAL NEW 7-ROOM BRICK
bouses, near 11th st oars, cheap at $J,900,
FOR SALE-ELEGANT LOT ON RHODE
Island ave, near Iowa Clrclo, 2U0 It, wldo
alley; price $3,500.
TOR SALE-20X12O TRET ON 11TH ST,
small brick bouse, cheap, SO, 500.
Lotonlitb st, aiHxso ft, only $3.30 per
sqft.
inrcu iuikuu v bi, uvar iim, cacu 17X,U
ft; price per ft only $1 30.
ucautuuiioto
on N II ai e. CO f t front: nrlca
FOR SALE-SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY
for builder 13 lots In southwest section,
near bmlthsonlan; enough front for 'i
boufecs; cheap and terms easy,
TOR SALE-ELEOANT LOTON S ST, NEAR
ictli, 1U ft front; cheap at thopilco; per It
8150.
CoeapIotslnTokoma rark, Forest Glen,
Mt. Pleasant, Columbia Heights, Uyatts
vllle and other suburbs.
TOR RENT
On K st, 13 room brick house; handsomoly
furnished; good S story stable: per month
$50.
0 room brick, near Conn ave, elegantly
furnished; per mouth $IW.
13-room brick; splendid location; north
west; partly furnlabod; low rato to good
tenant.
Good stable In alley between, 13th and
lllh and o. and Corcoran sts; per month $10.
Money In sums to salt on real ostato se
curity, Don't forgot tbo name and placo,
J. W. P. MYERS Sl SON,
1428 New York Avenue
FUJI SAI.K-JOHN II. HHYTII A CO.,
Real Estate Brokers, Mi Sth st n w.
Wo beg to offer tho best bargains In Im
proved and unimproved property In tho city
and county to persons desiring to buy hotnod,
seeking raying Investments and good spooula
tlons. Call and examine our lists.
S. Hi. LEWIS,
435 7th St., Washington, I). C,
Gives special attention to all Roil Estate
Transactions and tbo Placing of Fire Insur
ance In Reliable Companies.
HONEY TO LOAN.
M'
OMKVTCI LOAN on Hnl Eltnte
or Ural ua4 noountio.
j. w. 1. MYRna a so:,
New York avo
MONKY lo Loan oil Ileal Katalo or
flrbt'tiasi sociirltloit at lowest ratoi o(
lotcrest. No delay w lioro tlio security Is good,
O. O. (IliEEM. m 7tli t II w.
MONKY TO LOAN In Bum. IUncInc
rrom$w) to ,13,CC0 on apororod roal
ebtato: nodolnri thameijicaiionutilo.
JOIIN BllltllMAN J8 L'(),ll17rt.
MUNKY TO LOAN on Ileal Katntii
by WEST WASIHNOTON HEAL ES
TATE AND unoltKItS' EIUIIANUB, 1314
asth Rt n w Tt 11 Hiiflln. manager.
s:
END Postal Card to Klentrlo Steam
laundry, IW7 is at n w. v. i. Nutze, prop,
rOHJjENTrvHnU8E3.
TM1H IllCNT-l'urt or Wtinle of Pur.
nlshed house, a squares of Hiipnnt Circle.
ffiBor$Tfl, for scroTi months; furnace or open
llreilaces. .,CTlllo ofllce
I?Olt KKNT lteniitiriil ,1-Story Vrmnn
brlrk, No. -17 MUout nvo, entnlnlng
W rooms and cellar; all mod Imp. Apply to
.TAMES KLLKIIER, Lhcry and Sales btablcs,
3Kthstnw.
I70II IIKNT-1IAO Corcoran st, 10rs
f-KeyatH(f stnw.
IOIl IIKNT-A New Rlxrnom HoiiHfl,
1 watcrnndga, No 493 nth stuw.ltda
month: key at Mct'or mica's Billiard Palace,
Slfltthstn w.
FOR HUNT- Three Story l'rMe.l
brick English hascment house; 13 roomi;
No IS Kit; cn, water, bath, ml; lC0pcr
Tnonth.H. J, (1AHS. ftiaothstn w.
rOR BKNT-
UiSConnavon w filD C7
1381 Ccnn avo, is rs., mm
IBiONst n w, 13 r 13.100
13l3Fstn w, upper part, 13 rs Wi oo
lU3iothstnw,l3rs 115 ty
1800 Nil avo, 18 rs .
1321 N Yavon w, 13 rs 1M oo
lftHOstnw.l1) r kmoo
looo Ota stnw. Mrs loo oo
10i3ilstnw,iirs
717 f tint n w, store and 0 rs. . .......... 00 00
1C10 9it st n w, lira.... 00 oo
lisONstnw.il rs.,....., ,, 00 oo
IMhstandHI avon w.'ll rs .
1108 Conn avo n w, 13 rs 87 m
iaiovtavonw,l3rs ) ii
8l7l2thstnw, 11 r flo oo
ivnithstnw, it rs. ,'...... w) oo
14T7I.Stnw, 10 rs 73 00
HISOn n W 7300
lfiivis 17-10 ostnw, 11 rs
liiOQstnw, 13 r 70 00
Ostn w, 11 rs , 70 00
1C.K lSthlQtlistn w, 10 rs ,,.. C5 oo
12MN Ilae.Ors ,. ns oo
uoiint, nearQ, 10 rs moo
S-jflNJavoau, lors moo
ci7DcIaione,iSrs M oo
S4ioitthstnw,ilrs M oo
itC7lsthttnw, lors ra oo
lCMfothstn a, 17 rs ro oo
1211 7th st n w.Ors Iioo
i.wiMhitnw, 7 rs soco
4t Mo aio n w.Ors JJ to
llosFstnw.id rs..
liutnw.on iioo
Tho above houses can bo examined by per
ml t from
TnOMASJ. FIS1TERACO.,
. 13 J4 F stroot northwest
lOH HKNT-
r.'JKit, Drs 1777. 51000
nooame, 10 r oo oo
sill M st. nils .1100
4l7Srrucost Or U7 no
1747Hst.7r ffJOO
(-co k st n c, 0 i lion
lil37th stse.Ors IS Ot)
ifoirthstnc, 0 rs 13 oo
UGiiii.tiio,ors nno
ltlSHstnc.storo 17 50
oss fib stnn, a is io ao
a to 1(1 1Mb st ox, 4 rs 0 80
sfir-liitli stex, 4 rs soo
933Mns4aoo,0rs 13 00
tot Oth st no, ars , 10 to
STT6 King's Court, 4 rs 10 00
11 nth sts o,4 rs H oo
t)Plrhnghalley,4 rs 0 00
lSBlngman Place. 4 rs 0 00
Store eor ictli and O. its , So oo
MahloUPUlBt HOT
J HalUt, Irs UOO
CUAS. E. RANKS,
looi v st n w.
I? OK lti:NT A (I-1 toon. Ilottfie, with
: cither 3 or 30 ocros of land: about Ave
acres In meadow; within 13 mlnntes walk of
Benninss Station: rent low. Inquire of J.
MARION FOWLER, Bcnnlng. P. C.
I? on 11KNT
1 1314 10th st n w. per annum $1,100 00
1901 Vt ave. all ml. 11 rs ooo
8317 Wet, all ml, 13 rs M oo
S93Kst, BllmLOrs 40 00
Nos. 8 and S N Bt s o. 7rs 13 09
FURNISHED.
1001 Vt avo $00 00
80D3 V Bt U W, 0 TS 73 00
STORE.
710 Tth stsw, with largo cellar $13 00
W. RILEf DEEBLE.
1310 F et n w.
I? Oil ItKNT nana S st n w-fl-room
' brick, $10; BOO E stn o, Kroom brick,
batb, rent $13, Inquire at 435 Cth st n o for
key, etc.
T70It ItKNT 3-Story llrlck Hon,
JL? 1113 Dst n w; water and gas. Inquire
at 015 7th st n w. up stairs.
.-.w FP.BEHTrjODWg.
FOIt ItlENT-DIO Ditnw, One tnrgo
f urnMicd room sultablo for two gentle
men. L. K.ABRAHAM8.
I70U ItKNT-I.Hrce. Ilrlfiht Parlor,
. also snlto of S rooms on !d floor; fur.
nltilicd or unfurnished; furnaco hoit and
open Stcs; convenient to cars, herdlcs and
iJepartmcnts 171S tl st n w.
FOll ItKNT-Unriirnlshed Ud-floor
backroom: furnltnro In room for sale.
Call at once at 017 0 st n w.
I70IIKKNT IluikrtirIor,FurnlHhell
. caterer convenient; prlco $3, 031 L
st rt w.
37 OK KKNT Two Comfortably Fur
: nlshed front rooms, netr Avenue, with
lire, gas and attendance; $10 and $13 per
month Call on DENTIST. 4J1 Otb st n w.
WANTKD A Tenant for the First
floor of a small bouse; i cry convenient j
water, etc. 8-iJlstBtao.
ITiOIt KKNT 110 Olh at n w-IIand-;
somcly furnished parlor and bod-room,
suitable for 31. U; also, largo, sunny room
with porch, and ono small room; houso newly
painted nnd papered; also, new furnlturo and
carpets; board If desired.
1?OK ItKNT A Nicely Furnished
? front room; ptlvato family. 7.7 Ctb
st n w.
17OK KKNT 1310 Fits w, 2 Fur
; nUbed rooms; southern exposure; con
venient to theatres and Departments; cars
pass tbe door; rent moderate.
FOK KKNT 1003 K st n w. Nicely
furnished rooms; excellent table board
In houpolf doBlred.
WANTED Tenants for Two Nicely
furnished rooms In a prlvato family.
Apply at 13t3 oth st n w.
I70K KENT Dt.1 N Y hto, I.iirge,
. nicely furnished rooms, southern ex
posure, with board; convenient to four lines
of cars.
17 Olt KENT In Private Family, a
; nicely f uml shod room in a new house,
v ith or without board; all mod conveniences;
southern exposure. 43SOstsw.
I70KKKNT-Nlceiy Furnished Front
; room, southern exposure; mott Imps;
small prlvato family; references exchanged.
031 1 st n w.
FOK ICBNT-D35 II st n w. Nicely
furnished rooms; southern exposure; ex
cellent neighborhood; convenient to cars and
Departments
171 Olt KENT Part of a, Lurge Store;
? good stand for confectionery, fruit or
provision store O. K.. Crltlo offlco
COyNTRY PROPEBTY,
IVou ; SAXKAt a IlarBaln ir i'ur
. chasodatonce 10 acres of land In tho
District, north of tbo city, near Brlgbtwood,
on county road, overlooking proposed
National Park, at only $1J3 per aero; terms
easy and title perfoot.
LOUIS P. SUORMAKER,
. Q-'QFBtnw.
TTTK I(ae Several Very Yalunble
TT largo properties for sale. situated on
Massachusetts avo extended and ou tbo Ton
leytown road, which offer to Investors ruro
chances for largo and quick profits. Also, a
number of beautiful building altos, somo
cbolco lots and several splendid suburban
farms.
It 1LG0LDSB0R0UH Jt CO..
1101 Fst.
TOSSTVYNN AGAIN to the FOKK.
lV HIE COMINU INVESTMENT.
Ibo finest villa sites yet offered, overlook
ing all others, i'H acres each, only 3 cents ucr
foot. Persons need only look to bo oonvlnced
that they cannot go wrong In purchasing.
Tho Aqueduct 1 roo Brldgo, Memorial Ilrldgo
and Mt. Vernon avenue aro bound to douhlo
all Investments ma4to at Rosslynn,
T. H. SYPHKRD & CO, 1007 Fst.
SIXTY CJUOICU fiKLKOTIONS OF
SMALL I10MIS3 OF FROM ONE TO OVB
IIUNDRKO ACRKS IMPROVED AND UN
IMPROVED, WITHIN FROM ONE HALF TO
THREE MILES OF THE CI TY, AT LOWEST
PRICES AND MOST FAVORABLE TERMS.
T. II HYl'IIRItl) Ato. lfWI7 V Ht
BUSINESS CHANCES.
iWVWi
17OK HAI.n-HpIoinll.l Lot on South
: sldocf Mass avo, near lith st. 80 0x100
feet to -D foot alloy; prlco to J in mod la to pur
ctiaser. $3icrfoot. Also lot. CH130, on tbo
opposite side ot thoBtreot, samopilco.
1 ast half of square pouf, fiontlng on North
Carolina avenue, OandlOth stsu 0, rospout
Ively, und containing 10,000 square, feet.
Price, $3,600,
bubs 40 and 41, sauarolSI, fronting S3 SI
feet on Rhode Island atcuuo, bet loth anl
17th Bts, $1 per foot.
A bargain near tho now library on A st 0,
Lot 10, Bquaro 814, 80 0x87 feet at tho low
rrlco of $1.23 per foot to 1m mod lato pur
dinner. LotsOoud 10, squaro 1073, at tho corner of
Massachusetts avenue and 10th st c; prlco
2Qq per foot.
It. II. GOLD3COROUQII & CO ,
1401 V St.
PUIS O.UKKN OF IIKKKS
L la the best lu tbo market.
LEGAL NOTICES.
IN TIIK NtllMIKMK COTTIIT IIP TIIH
DISTRICT Of COLUMBIA. IIOLDINO
A KPIC1AL TERM Ai A DISTRIUT
COURTOF fill: UMTI D STATED.
In tho matter of condemnation of I w mi
land for a CongrosMonal Library. 1 " a "
Upon consideration of tho iollt!on of tho
National Life Insurance Com piny of tho
I nlted Bitten of America, claiming tho sum
of set en thousind son n hundred and tw only
onedollars and fluty four conts ($77101)
Asresvcd byihojury herein as tbe vnluo of
larccls Nos. 14 and 13, h( Ing tho undivided
ono half of lots eight (8) and nlno (0) In squaro
numbered soven hundred nnd twenty-nino
(TW). it Is this HIXTEEN1II DAY OF NO
VEMBER, A. D.18H7, on motion of Oordou A
riordon jrostors for tho petitioner, ordered
by tho Court that all persons claiming ad
versely to said petitioner, and more especially
Benjamin E. (Ireen, (Jilbtrt andorworken
and yusannnh .1, .Inline ton, showcauxoonor
trforetho TWENTY-ERHITH DAY OP NO-
KM BLR, A. D 187, why tho prarer nf tin
petitioner should not be gran to J and tho said
money paid to tho petitioner.
Prof Idcd a copy ofthlt order bo publNhod
every day. Pnnday excepted, for ten days
prior to snld Twenty eighth day of Novemhor,
A D. 1W7, In some newspaper pnbiihM in
tho city ot Washington, In tho District of Co
lumbia, CHARLES IJAMr.3, J.
Truo copy!
Attest! 11 J. MriC.M, Clerk.
By M.A.CLANCY, Assistant Clork.
IN TIIK MTl'KKMI? COURT OF TIIK
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
Muth Dros.'s A Co.ctal. ) No. 10,703
vs. Equity Dovkct
Slott. Cromwell & Co. et al. 27.
This cause, together with tho report of tho
assignees and receivers, being referred to mo
to stato accounts of tho assets and of tho
claims of creditors, notlco ts hereby gtrcn to
all creditors of tho firm of Htott, Cromwoll A
Co, and of E. L hosier btott, to prove their
claims against the said Hrm and tho said
Htott bcroro mo at my oflico In tlio United
States Court House, Washington, D. U., v, 1th In,
thirty days from and after this 1st day of No
Vf mber, 1NK7,
Notice li further glren that I shall proceed
to state tho said ucrounts of assets and claims
on Saturday, the 3d or December, 1KJ7, at 11
o'clock a. m., at my oflico m aoovo.
JAMES 0. PAYNE,
Auditor,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
HENRY F, MILLER PIANOS-ORAND,
Squnrnnnd iiirlsht. Iho most beauti
ful and perfect piano mndo,
JNO F. ELLIS. t CO,
037 Pa bvo n w. near IQtli st.
G
01 LI) SQUARE AND VPHIOHT PIANOS;
iuo ueoi muuium srane piano ma 10
INo. F.ELLIS A to,
0i7 PttflTfl. npariotlist.
"r KRFIl 6Q17AKC PIANO, IN HOOD CON
It dltlon, with Mool anl over, at a bar
gain. JNO P.ELLIS&CO,
"if in no. near loth st
"V
ERERBaRYGIUND PIANO, IN OOOD
coiiuiuoo, wiiii aeo4 1, ma nargaiu.
JNO F. ELLIS AtH),
037 Pa ae, nimr 10th st.
IP
RIOHT PIANOS, A LARGE AfcSORT
ment, cry llttlo used, at low prices,
J NO F, ELLIS CO.
U17 Ta avo noar Wtti nt
PIANOS IOR RENT AT MODKHArE
prices, Also Move I. Tuned and Re
paired. JNO F.ELLIS A CO,
017 Pa ave, near 10th st.
NEWFIANOH, SQUARE, UPRIGHT AND
Grand, at moderate prices and easy
terms. Old Instruments taken In part pay
ment for new. JNO. F. EL Lib A co ,
7Fa avo, noar 10th st.
$E0Jfi WEBER PIANOS; ROSEWOOD
wOUJ case: carvod legs; 7J octave, with
handsomo stool and cover.
JNO. F.ELLIS & CO,
03? ra avo n w, near 10th st.
qOnn DECKER BROS. ROSEWOOD
vDiJUU onio, carvod legs, 7M octave; Grand
Bquaro, with lino stool and color.
JNO F ELLIS H CO ,
1)17 Ta avo n w, pear 10th st.
COfi BTEINWAY & SON'S ROSE
i?CUJ wood caie, 7 octave, with stool
and cover, JNO P. ELLIS & CO ,
037 Pa aye n w, near 10th st.
3:000 HAINES DROS. BRADBURY,
tPxAJU oso & Son's, and other Pianos, la
good condition, vt lth stool and cover.
JNO. F. ELLIS A CO.,
037 Ta avo n w. near loth st.
! 1 ri BRADBURY, NUNN & CLARE,
?10J Emerson and other Pianos, stool
and cover Included.
JNO. F.ELLIS A CO,
037 Ta ave n w. near lOtb st.
$100
FISCHER AND OTHER PIANOS.
JNO. F.ELL13 &CO,
037 Pa ave n w, near 10th st.
1IANOS FOR RENT, GOOD STOCK; MOD
trato prices.
JNO. r. ELLIS CO,
017 Pa avon w, near 10th at.
FOR SALELOTS.
FOK HAI.K Severn! Very JYenlrnble
onlmpro ed lots In the northwest section
of tbo city; sold cheap: cash an object; one lot
at nw cor of Q and 11th sts, O'.xto foot: ono
on 11th st, east side, bet (land I; sts 1W33 ft;
one on Vt ave, east side, bet Q and R sts, sot
1C0 ft; alfo several lots on N Cup st, Just nottb
of Boundary st,
J. S ROBINSON.
Offlco of II. J. DALY, ftil F st n w.
JOHSALK-4 Fine Lot, In University
? Park, near Judgo Harlan's residence;
also, 1 on Cbapln st; low prices,
BENJ.F.DAVIS.
1310 Est.
TOR SAI.IS-3 Very Irslrnble Lot nn
1 W4lt nldn nf 1 Jtli at n f hut V .lti.l VI'
sts; each Wil-M, to alley,
LOUlJP.SHOEtAKER,
ji r st n w
IOR HALII At n llargnln A Very
; desirable buslnefs property, lot 07 ft on
Detn wand&l ft on lststnw, now used as
a wood aud coal yard.
LOUIS P. bUOEUAKER,
D-JO F ft n w.
FOR SAX.K-I.ot In South Oit Wash
ington, Wx74 sq ft, on paved strict;
water and gas; prlco, lio per an ft.
LOVE DONOnOE,
308 East Capitol st.
I? Oil SAI.K-H lleautirul IHilldlnc
: lots, 18 0x00, to wldo alloy, on 3d st oast,
bet E and 1' nortb (east side); gns, newer
water, etc; a bargain to an lmmedlato pur
chaser. ,UHAS. A. MxEUBN.
11 JO F st.
I?OR8ArK Frontage or IOO Feet on
. 4th et, bet D and Ests no.bv depth of
lU.fcet. CUAS A.McEUEN,
1130 Fst,
IOR HAX.K Fine Klook or Lot
1 Frontago of wo feot on 7th st road, bet
Whitney aveand Beottst; avery romuuera
tlvelntostmont to a quick purchaser; prlco
low: terms easy.
OIAS. A. McEUEV,
lUOFst.
X70R RALK-7 lleautirul llulldlne
1 lots, fronting south, 18x90, to wldo alloy,
with all advantage for Immediate Improo
ment. on Est, bet 3d aid4tbBta ne; a bar
gain to a builder,
CI1A6.A.MCEUEN,
lUOFst.
BEAUTIFUL llullaluc T.ot "on Went
side or N Cap st, just north of K st, W.O
by B0; reduced prlco for cash.
CUAS. A. McEUEN,
1 IMF st.
FIVE Ileautlful 2. Feet Front Lots,
n w, O st, bot 20th aud 31st sts, near
Dupont Circle.
CUAS. A. McEUEN,
UJOFst.
CO LUMP. I A lIKIGHTS-FIne Corner
property for sale at lowtlguros and on
easy terms,
CUAS. A. McEUEN,
1 IJ0 F st.
TORSALK-Knst IInirofHiuure 1087
Frqntago on 17th st, cast, 4 id ft,
Frontago on Mass ave, 217 ft.
Frontago ou bouth B st, 161 ft andCX In.,
03,000 ft. UIAS. A. McEUEN.
UMFstnw.
I70RSALK Squares and Half Squares
: In tbo northeastern part of the city; lory
deslrablo property for modorato priced housoi
or for tm estment.
CIIA8. A. McEUEN.
IKMFst.
X70U BALK Ieilrble Jlullillnff Lots
; In Eat Washington, at low prlco and
on reasonable terms,
LORINa CHAPPEL,
B.M II st n O.
IOUSALK A lleautirul Lot, IB.HxUO
: feet on Carroll st, within ono sqof tho
proposed Congressional Library; will sell low
for cash. JAS. II. CLARKE, 013 F at n w.
I70R SALK-lly H. K. LUWIH, Kaal
. Eetato, Loans and Insurance, 4)37tliBt
nw ono lot next to tho Htickiiov Memorial
Chapel, 72x100 feet, north side of P st, bot tth
and Ctb sts u w, bio othor sales in Saturday's
Star.
.LOST AND FOUND,
IjlOCNII-ln NswHltoyt' Room of The
Crltlo, a pair of shoes. Owner can hato
same oy applying at untie omce.
IOST Near the Corner or Oth u ml II
J sts no, nvo twenty dollar bills, folded
together. Tho finder will bo liberally re
warded by returning thorn to L. CUALTEL,
BJJlUtno
(JlAKKlVAHU-loit on Thurdny,
PX &llnst,a small white dog, with ytb
low tlpiwd cars and slightly yellow Bpota on
body; answers to tmrao "Carlo" Abovo ro
sard will tm paid If returned to 17311 St., or
toJ.Y.N.UUVCE,lW3Pa.avo,
AMUSEMhNTS.
N
EW NATIONAL IUEATRE.
TONIGHT AND flATUlWAY MATINEE.
IAMKS A. IIKIINI5
IN
HEARTS OP OAK.
AnlnlcrcXInit ilmplo torr. MmtilrloM. Na
lll.lnr, no mnrblrl Kcntlmjnt.. no Jirrlnit
ordi. A wtmlcwmo ilnr. rroontoj by au
orgaDlzatlou completo In every Uotall.
SUNDAV EVBNINd, NOV. 00.
Second Grand Bacred Concriby
Assisted by bis Concert Company.
Tbankselvlnir wpok Iteturn cnprnirfiraont of
TiiAiLiiLii. I'HiMimsK a wasra min
bTUELH. Kntiro rbanso of proirrammo.
Hot. now on ,nlo
A LBAnQH'B GRAND OPERA HODSK
ONlTwKEK,
COMJIKNCTNl HONDA V, NOV. II.
unly Mutlnca tjaturdny.
First oppearnco In Washington of
IIU DO LP H AKONSON'S
ORIGINAL ERMINIE COMPANY
JrorathoNow York Casino.
Tbo Original Cast, Knery, Costume and Ef
fectsasseen In tbo great W0 nights' run lu
Ncwlork oily
Paulino Hall, rrancls Wilson,
Mario Janscn, W 8. IMboll,
Kitty Cheatham, Henry llallam,
Louifo Syhestor, Georgo olml,
Hndlo Uirby, CbarFcA Plunkctt.
Otorglo Dcnnln, A, W. Matlln,
Murry oods. .1. A. rurey,
RcnJ r.Joslyu.
Monday. Nov 81 Mr. RRhanl Mansfield,
A LBAUGH'S GRAND OPERA-HOUSE,
TIlANKSaiVINfl WKKir,
COMMCN'CINCl MONDAY, NOV. 21,
blxNIfihts-Matlnoes Thanksgiving and Sat
urday. Mr. RICHARD MANSFIELD!
With ho Cotniany, F onto BfTccH, Light B
and all acccs-nrict In every reufwet us oai
pioyed in his iroductlons In Now ork,
DISTRIBUTION OF FLAYS:
Monday,
1R JhKVI.Uund.Mlt.inUi;.
Found oil on stnvAnin
Nov. SI. I Itomanco.
MuNhlLUR,
Mr. Mansfield's own Comedy.
Wednesday,
A l'AKISlAN KnUAMf'H
Mr. Mausfleld as Ilaron Choy
rial
Nov. ai
Thntikfglvlng
Matinee.
Thanksgiving
Mght, Nov.
i Friday
and Pnturday
Nights, Nov.
DR. JEKYLL and MR. 11YDU,
"A noblo moral underlies
this marvelous tale." rayu
In (inartcrly Review.
faturday i JiKlNHIKUH.
Mntlnoo. I Mr. Manslleld ns M. Jadot.
-'-u.n .iiii nu rtvuicu AUUlBUttJ1 lUUIUIUK
tlOX OfllCOj
H
ARRIS' BIJOU THEATRE.
MATTTJK"I? HITtV
POPULAR PRICKS.
One week, commencing Monday, Nov. 1 1,
CliflM. I.. AndrruN .Tlluuct Carnliol
Cotiipnny,
Producing tho Great Spectacular Drama,
MICHAEL HTKOOOFF,
Lod by Mile. Vino PARRAND.
Tho Great Huwlctto, King of tho WIro; tliO
Threo .Marvelous Mauvols, Tremlero Oro
tenquos, Monarohs of Many Manouvcrs,
extweek PECK'SRAD ROY
lERNAN'S Washington Theatre.
Admission, 13, ss and coo. Hat. 10 and SZol
0?HE1 BOSTON
UOWAItO ATIlENa:URI STAIl SPK-
CIALTY COMPANY,
20 ARTISTS-80,
Matinees Mon , Tuei , Thurs. and Sat.
Next Week Harry Williams1 Own Co.
CUE LOONS DANGINO ACADE3IY,
1001 F STREET N. W.
Instructions on
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS A SATURDAYa
Call or Bond for circulars.
PAN Oil AM A or Hitttle of Hall Kan
lGth st , two blocks south of Pa. ave.
Lighted by 300 Incandescent eloctrlo lights.
open from 8 a. m, to 10 p. m. Bundaya nail
price.
S'
GIISNTIFIC and riTcctlvo Spurring,
Tlinmnut hfnptirtal nf nil nxnrRlqn tntirrht
by Prof J, C, Collins Lessons in dumb-bell
and Indian club extremes taught. Prof. Col
11ns will also giro Natural Magnetic troat
ment at his rewhipneo, 700 Ji nt n w.
tXCUKblUNS.
D
A I LIT EXVUKSIONS.
Saloon Ht cam era leave honrlv from Tth nt.
furry wharf: 18 ml lea on the Potomao for 15o.
FOR SALE AND RENT.
Tir.AL KUTATll HULI.ETIN
TnOS. E. WAOQAMAN, 017 Pst.
Diangcs mado Wednesdays aud Saturdays,
THREE blORY IlltICK AND FRAME
HOUSES i'OU SALE.
SuS3Ustnw,ml,bh, U rs S9.000
en led avo u y, oh, ml.Urs 7, WO
N Cap aid I sts n w. b h, nuxl lm, 0 rs.. 0,000
1208 Mb stn w, bb,ml,9rs 8,500
CTOstso, f h,8 rs 6.500
23 E stn w. bh. 8rs 5,500
WiDthstn w, tih, mi.8 rs 4.M0
4i8,4t0and441Istnw,f h.Ora 4,600
410 U stn w, bh. Srs 4,000
2.' 11, 2J13 Tth st n w, b b. water, 0 rs 4,ooa
TWOSTORY BRICK AND l'RAME HOUSED
FOR BALE.
OM and 0337th stnw.bh, stores SU00O
S210 tu KM Roundary st n w, b h, 4 rs.all lO.floo
Ctr-M to 'M-ii Roundary st n w, b b, 4 rs,all 15.TW
StOtouROstabdiOandia. Sd stn
w,b b.4nnd 6 r 11,600
2311 totf.'-.lMuihHtnw, bb. 8rs, all 13 00O
.8,4,aand(17ttibtKoadii w 11,500
170 to 174J E nt n w.bh.Ors 000O
lriOl, 1&0 1,1303 Lstn w, f h,5 rs ti.Wd
1 to 0, alley, bet M and N, l-'th and 13tQ
Ftsnw , 0 000
lia'jtoii5ilfi'i')(Utnw, f h, 4rs u.000
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR BALE.
Per Foot.
Rst, bet 1st and 3d nw , 50o
list, bet Del avo and 2dst no ., Mo
8 w cor 3d and Lets no... Wo
tthst, botO st and Vano;ao 30a
tut, bet tilth st amlNHatonw ., .soa
lstlst, Let O and P s w 10a
TO LEASE.
For a term of 83 rears, a valaablo piece ct
business property on P st, bet 11th und 12tli
n vt rent, SIM per month and taxes. Lessee
to build on Bamo.
For a term of 21 yra.a valuablo placo ot
business i roncrty on 11th Bt, near Pa avo n
w; rent, Sisa ptr month and taxes, Lesscej
to build ou Bamo.
Per Annum,
Het.tct llhantUlh its no Hi uo
HOUSES FOR RENT.
a-C05 C nt s e, H rs S 45
Hiv.' uoi.i ictiihl aon e.tlrs iw oo
oso Md avo s w, 0 rs , 17 oo
t17,CJ)andU5aBlBW, o rs 17 00
1110 I Hints W,0 rs 19 40
hl'.Mthstn w.Srs 13 ui
4 7th st road n w. 4 rs , ., ,, o oo
IDtiJ Linden st n w, u rs OKI
l mil st n o, 4 rs sua
BTORES, OFI1CS3, ETC, TOR RENT.
More and dwg 400 13th st aw, Drs 510 03
Store and dw'g 43 Est aw, (I rs, pass
NoVbV 3.10O
Sir and dwg 701 D-Bt so, 7rs , ai ui
401 Tthstn w, 1st fioor,4rs ,. 2.100
btoro room it 41 M stn w 15 oo
store 03 Tth bt sw i3oo
btoro aud dwg s o cor loth and DJy sts
nw,4rs , H ai
Ountonliulldlng.roora W, offlco U W
Mablercart-y It stnw.u stalls R oo
Stublo tear 400 Uut n w..., 7 ui
LOANS.
In sums to suit at u per cent.
The abovo Is only a small portion of prop
ortyonmy books. For full list call at otlrco
for bulletins tanned on 1st and lMh.
DE-N-I!5IfiYi-.
Dlt.H. T. BXASON, Dentist, Formerly
cf4Wi6t, has removed bis oflico to 1AI1
penna, avo., corner Uth st. Cocaine and gas
given.
P
K, J. A McXKAN, Dentist,
tm rouneonin stroei n w.
First-class work at moderate nrlooi. OoM
aud Amalgam Pilling. Artificial Crowns per
manently attached to roots. Uold lined Rub
bcr Plates; satisfaction guaranteed. Ucntlo
treatment assured.
Dlt. DUKT, Dentist, 715 14th at n w
Teeth extracted without pain, by aid
of local application prepared and usod only
by mo. Teitb tilled tl. Perfoot fitting sots
of artificial tenth O. orations guarantood.
BOARDING.
BOAKOINO-Four OeotUmen Oau
obtain board in a prlvato family roa
sonablo rates, i homo comfort; Dolt Lino
rurs puss tho door; convenient to Pension ami
llIntiogoftlcoH. Applyat 103 4tbst, 2d dooc
above M st n w,
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