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THE EVENING STAR.
WASHINGTON:
\ILIlM:?n.\Y Orlebtr 17, 1883.
CROSBY 8. NO YES Editor.
The livening Mar hn? a regular, pt rnanrut
boi.n fulr daily circnlation more than treble
tkal ol bit oilu-r daily pnper pulilihlicd in
and equal to that of all the
oilu-r daily paprri here added together.
T>'i Stab offi< ? )< connected with the Telephone
L* ha'^v. Adv. rtls. nieut*. orders fur the paj??r by
I- ' otherwise, new*, or any information or biud!*? *
< in b? sent day or night. fret: of riiu;ve.
The republican state committee of New Ynrfc
are dunning' clerks from that state for campaign
contrli i/!ods, but are dolngso In a very decorous
and _LtrIj f shlon. They cite the sections of the
law bearing r.n clerical contributions, and take
pains to say they do not wish to violate its letter
or spirit. .At the sime time, they are in need of
money for the ordinary expenditures of a canvass
a-.d appeal to the clerks to send them help.
The tnmsurer of th > committee writes:
44We therefore upi>eal to you solely as a
piiblic-.-plrltr-d dU/en, desiring the supremacy
t<t the republican party, for such substaiitial
aid fis you ft-**l you can and ought to give, and
sit the sametlmebejrtoa.sstireyoathatthecontributions
thus made will be Judiciously disbursed In d>iraj
ins? the necessary and lawful expenses of the
campaign.''
If this appeal Is to meet with no better
r?-spt !'- * than did the call from Ohio. It will be a
bad Iiootnient of postage stamps to send out the
circulars. It h sfcu-d that outside republican coaHlbutions
to the Ohio campaign amounted all told
t-?1ess th in $o00, and that the clerks gave almost
nothing.
sioeks keen tumbling, and, so far from touching
bottom, seem to be sinking In a bottomless pit
when*, lu the lewest depth, a lower deep still
threatens to devour. Northern Pacific has been
remorselessly hammered and Is now down to panic
prices. The market evidently has ilb confidence in
the stoek in spite of the recent elaborate "booms."
Tiie total shrinkage of Wall street, stocks within
two > ars is estimated at one thousand million
dollars; and as the Vanderbllt stocks have sympathized
in the decline the cash value of his railroad
prop. ri> is iess by many millions than before the
Ions; strike of the bears commenced, still, he can
rtand a trifling loss of twenty or thirty millions
without moving from his Fifth Avenue palace to
the poorhouse. other capitalists, however, cannot
stand so hard a pull, and many a wealthy man
must be feeling very poor as the winter comes on
and his wile clamors for that sealskin cloak.
Tiie fashionable benevolence just now in London
is to civilize and christianize the degraded pagan
wastes in the eastern districts of the great city*
There Is certainly room for missionary work in those
horrible regions of vice, disease and poverty. The
philanthrjphy of the hour has taken one turn, however,
which has a bearing on this country not altogether
agreeable, it Is proposed to send a mission
to the east end to encourage em'g'ution to America
bj offering tickets of free passage. Canada and the
"United states will not be benefited by the advent
in larvre numbers of the natives or Mile End Road,
and it would be well enough fur tiie United States
authorities at least to take steps to stop the proposed
transfer of paupers and criminals.
tien. Butler, in his recent presidential prospeetus.
declares in favor of abolishing the taxes
>n wlil-ky^ind tobacco, taking the original and
pi. ftip's.jue attitude that free and cheap whisky is
tie* tx'St antidote for delirium tremens, and that
tobacco hits liecoine a necessity. The governor
n u>r. therefore !? very indignant to learn that a
committee of British justices have refused the
application of O'Donnell's counsel to let him have
tobao-o.on the ground that Its lLse heeome a
nere-^ity. The committee after an examination
said. on the contrary, that the prisoner was In
excellent health, and that his enforced abstinence
from his favorite wevd agreed with him.
rjlu THE LAD Its.
toll lack curtains can be done up equal
TO NEW.
WITHOUT INJURY.
SWISS LAUNDRY.
1322 F Strftt,
<rtir>-f,f Near Ebbitt House.
gSSs PPP F.FK OCO IIAL !!1
I rf K O M AA L !!!
?S> PPP KK C II A A L !I
* S P E C C II AAA L !
P KF.K OCO II A A LLLL !!
* OtR ENTIRE STOCK OF FINE WINES AND
LIQUORS WILL BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF
COST FROM THIS DATE UNTIL THE
FIRST CF NOVEMBER.
PER COO K KNN NIT (tOO H HTTTT
P- C O K K NN NII fl OH H T
EE O KK N N N IT G HUH T
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1732 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
I
fJlYPE V\ KITING PROMPTLY AND ACCURATELY
TV PK WRI1ING Machines for wde and rent
' 'AIT GRAPH ai.ti fVPE WRITER oj^rators 8ui>Jii-d.
*
SHORT-HAND VVRITKRs f-jniisb- d at short notice
Ot Hr J A. WHITCoM H. 'X*7 I street n.w. '
Reflect.
CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS IS BOUGHT LARGELY
UPON CONFIDENCE FOR FEW PEOPLE KNOW
THK V \LUE OF MERCHANDISE. IN BUYING
CLOTHJ S A MAN WANTS TO KNOW THAT HE IS
GE'UT ING A RELIABLE ARTICLE. AND IS NATUR- I
AIJ.Y Sl>PIC10L*S OF UNTRIED DEALERS. THE
PLAIN. SAFE ri le is to go where you know i
HONEST GOODS ARE SOLD UPON EXACT STATE- '
MENTSOF KIND AND QUALITY. THIS IS SUCH A
PLACE. AND IF OUR PRICES ARE NOT AS LOW AS !
OTHERS ARE SELLING GOODS OP EQUAL VALUE, '
HuW coULD WE AFFORD TO GIVE EVERY CU8- I
TOM ER A LEG AL GUARANTEE ENTITLING HIM
TO RUING BACK GOODS AND OBTAIN HIS MONEY
11 DISSATISFIED FOR ANY REASON*
UEORGE SPKANST,
ONE PRICE CLOTHIER AND TAILOR,
Ql3 507 SEVENTH STREET.
YV ATrnES. '
TIFFANY A CO.,
UNION SQUARE ?... NEW YORK,
INCLUDE IS THEIR I.ARGE AND COMPREHENSIVE.
STOCK OF WATCHES.
CHRONOGRAPHS.
CHRONOGRAPHS, with Split JW-cond.
REPEATERS Clii4c'-NooUA1,iid AND UEPEATERS.
KFFK *?!?* ^ "d
striking hours and fire minute-s.
REREA1' E KS.
Sinking hours, rjusrters and minutes
RH'I 'TEES, willi ^:ai?Dd.?r
no IK ilMISi. WATCHFS. BOTH SIMPLE
tHRuNOuRAPH AND V\ ITH SPIJT SECOND HAVE
Ui KT\KD THK HIGHEST COMMENDATION \S
TIMKKKKPEKS \NI? MARKERS BY M\NY
P i? "ulX ?INNfeHs or Running and TR?rr?*?'tV
IRIS SEASON A NEW LINK AT LOWKR
PUI< KS RECOMMUNDED AS 1 HE BEST YET
PLoDUCED FOR THE MONEY
LARuE SUE FOR GtN l Lh^tfEN ?75
MEDIUM " " " m
kw1?;? v. ladies M
rUESE WATCHES HAVE SOUND STEM- WTVDIN>.
ANCHOR MOVTSIENTS CASED IV 1H,*KT
G')M> IN VARIETY OF STY'LVS WD KVCH tv
sTTAMPIJ) VITM THE NAMK OF TOK HlirsV
L^ViNU Iib GLilUNrii. I1UL^
Uioi I?9JX
p R OS TON ~
NEW YORK AND NEW ENGLAND R.4KLR0AD.
IVr*ons inten.Iinsf to vi.tt Bi>STON will find that the
h* lis>? is by tii*' train learinjr WashintrtoB via BALTTMOHE
ANDPOTOMAC RAILROAD, at 1:30 p m ?,A
a?>s twl i 'j) p. m Sunday*, with throOKh Pulluian
Cai-s without rhwMW. arriVliuc Id Bo*t ju at 7:45 th" foliou
:tiw u^onilnjr. making conn?*-ti>>iw with luomhur
tra.xis for Tort land- White Mountains, and all eomta
ru?t ikketo for sair at B 4PK.fi otfioea,
wulurufton. where Berths in Pullman Caw for Boston
^yt JMi'T4 for tickets via New York and N*w
Eo^ijuvd R. R and rruurfer steamer Maryland route.
S. M. FELTON. Jh., General u-"f[ffr
A. C. KENDALL. Genl Putrager A|tut
S. I. I H. i i R, ol5-eo2w
Fall And Winter!
Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers,
Merino Shirts and Drawers,
SearU t and White Flannel Skirt* and Drawers,
Cant? u Flannel Shirt* and Drawers,
Plain and Fancy Merino and Cotton Hose,
Whit*- Shirts, b< st in the city. $1.
Novelties in Neckwear. Gloves, Handkerchiefs,
Walking Canes, Umbrellas, See., &c.
W. 8. TEEL,
ol7 935 Pennsylvania avenue.
Ladies,
Notice th* sr Pric? s and call and Examine the Goods,
FNDFRVE8T8, Fine Merino. 60e.; price elsewhere 75c.
UNDERVFST8. Extra " 75c. ; " $100
UNDEKVESTS. Kiue Wool, $1.00; " " 1 :iy
USDERVESTS. Heavy " *1.41: " " 1.75
UNDER VESTS. Extra Heavy and Wool, $175; price
e'jo where $2.UD.
UNDER VESTS, Very Best Scarlet, $2.00; price elsewhere
$2.25.
Wo will show yon at the same time a lovely assortment
of Infant's Hosiery.
o!7 DOUGLASS'. 9th street.
fjihomvson's shirt factory.
CHARLES HYATT, P&opbietos.
Just received?
A la rye line of SCARFS for 50?;.. worth 75c.
l-iiV' line of UNDERWEAR, from 50c. to $2.50.
FINE DRESS SHIRTS TO ORDER.
Large line of UNFINISHED AND FINISHED SHIRTS
at lowest prices.
No. 816 F STREET NORTHWEST.
<h117 Opposite Patent Oflice.
F u r s ! Furs?
OUR STOCK NOW COMBLF.TE!
SEAL SKIN SACQTES,
INt'HES TO 48 INCHES LONG.
Lanrr mpplv of (Quilted Lined Circulars. Russian Circulars
ami Dnlinas 111 ali the New and Stylish Fabrics.
FUR-LlNKD GARMENTS, with rich Dark, Mink and
Squirrel linings. Far Trimmings* in every variety.
All Goods sold at Low PrWs. at
WILLETT k ROUTT'S,
ocl7-3m 9t<5 Pennsylvania avenue.
Y^ADIES!
i develop the FORM by a new process (never fails) and
increase or reduce the flesh scientifically. I also Remove
Permanently Smallpox Pittimre. Freckles, Wrinkles,
Moles, and sujierfluous Hair. Complexions Bleached or
Artistically B< autified. Full particulars, 4c. Address
MADAME M. LATOUR,
ol7-w.ts 214fi Lexington avenue. Now York.
Dyspepsia Is 13ad?
BAD IN ITS EFFECTS ON THE DISPOSITION.
The man who can't comfortably digest his dinner is
not a delightful companion.
BAD IN ITS EFFECTS ON THE HOUSEHOLD.
It set* reorle at variance with each other and makes
them irregular and unreasonable.
BAD IN ITS EFFECTS ON THE PURSE.
A dyspeptic business man can't manage his affairs a3
prosperously as one with a healthy stomach.
BROWN'S IRON' BITTERS IS good.
GOOD IN ITS EFFECTS ON THE DYSPEPTIC.
It gives him a sound digestion, and enables ! "" to
enjoy the f-xxl ho swallows.
GOOD IN ITS EFFECTS ON THE FAMILY.
It drives dyspepsia out, and with it the whole company
of little demons that make home unhappy.
GOOD IN ITS EFFECTS ON BUSINESS.
W itit a sound digestion a man can face and overcome
worries and troubles which would wreck a dyspeptic.
TRY BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
It ?43
Ladies' Furs.
We open to-day complete stock
SEAL SKIN SACQUES,
In lengths from 3t> to 44 inches.
Fur and Satin-lined Circulars and Dolmans, plain and
trimmed.
Fur Trimming, all kinds, by the yard.
B. H. STINEMETZ & SON,
^ol6-lw 1237 Penn. ave., next to cor. 13th street.
10 BARRELS MALAGA GRAPES,
Finest ever shown in this city.
C. WITMER,
Fine Groceries.
fl,'b*? 1918 Pa. ave.
C1AliRlAi.ES. CARRIAGES.
) CARRIAGES.
In stock. five second-hand light Landauletts, for one
horse, suitable for physicians or private us*;. Also, new
and second-hand Coupe Rockaways, and other fall and
wmter Carriages.
Repairing promptly attended to.
? R. H. GRAHAM.
Repository and factory 410-416 8th street n.w. ol6-3t
RLEVI, DEALER IN NEW AND SECOND-HAND
CLOTHING.
438 9th street northwest.
Hiaflu ~t Price Paid for Second-hand Clothing. ol7-3m
Just At Present
fall overcoats are a feature.
Thi~ week two more styles. One we regard as very
cheap; tlii Cloth a Melton; the style?self-faced singlebreasted,
soft roll -it's stylish and cheap?$12. It is about
as well to wear a durable, stylist garment, when the ;
price is low, as to buy a low-priced one that don't possess
these- iiiulitios. TLl- lot won't last long.
A. SAKS & CO.
T1;e other lot is the thing you will see worn by the
Fifth avenue swells. They are in Tan and Bright Olive
shades; cut short. It won't do to wear long Frock Coats
with them; but they are the very height of style. They
are really more for style than comfort. The people !
expect ns to h:tve the correct thing, and as we are catering
to the very best class of trade, we make it a point to
have these Stylish Garments. These Overcoats are only
made of fine fabrics. Price $25.
NOBODY else has any coat that compares
WITH IT.
A SAKS k CO.
Rpes'sing of Overcoats prompts us to ask you to look
nt cne lot of Oemrine Scotch Heavy Weights wo have at
$15. It will interest you.
a. saks & co.,
310 AND 318 SEVENTH STREET.
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We never brag. But bear in mind that our House has
been established since 1864. Bear In mind that such a
long exjf rieuce in Business counts for something. Bear
in mind that *e can show you in all the different lines of
our vast stock a complete assortment, and you generally
find what you are looking for at once. Bear in mind
that our place of business runs through the square from
7th to 8th street, and is 216 feet long; and do not forget
that you can buy everything of us at the lowest possible
price. Re member, also that we can show you?
The lamest assortment of Toys in the city.
That w^ have the largest variety of Picture Frames,
ready inade, from the cheapest up.
That no house can show the variety of Brackets. Stands,
Towel Racks, Sc.
Tliat our assortment of Baskets in unapproachable.
That our Vase*. Bouquet Holders, Card Receivers, Statuettes,Toilet
Sets. Thermometers, Ink Stands, Parian
Figures, &e., 4c., are the best value for the money in
the city. #
That we can offer you in Silver-plated Ware, Cutlery,&c?
such Bargains as cannot be duplicated.
That our extensive line of Rolled Gold-plate Jewelry.induding
our lovely Rhine 8tones, has established a
reputation tpr its good qualities.
That we probably have the only real cheap line of Ladies*
Bags in the city, and that to get an Idea of the immense
variety of goods we keep you must take a
walk through our store.
That a e are willing to refund the price for any article
which can be bought cheaper elsewhere, and that we
an- posi Uve that we not only can offer the largest assort
men t in our different lines of goods, but that in
ev?*ry case our prices are the lowest. These are facts.
These is no brag about it.
SILYERBERG'S,
312 7th and 813 8th street,
' near Pennsylvania aveous.
A BTH iCIAL EYES!
$8, $10. $15.\ EresVht fitted.
_ UEMPLKR'S OLD STAND,
my28 - 454 pennsylvania avvaua.
WANTED?HELP.
W~ ANTED ? WORK BY A CARPRNTER; GOOD
workman: 16 years* experience: most have tools
furnished for two weeks; mill pay for use of tools. Address
Box 27, Star office. It*
ANTED-A WHITE SERVANT FOR GENERAL,
housework. washing and ironing; most stay at
uitrht; trood wage* to proper persou. Apply to 417 Q
street northwest. It
WAN"TED-A YOFNG MAN FOR A GENTLEMEN'S
11 Furnishing and Hat bu^nes*; one who lias -some
knnwle<t>re in the business preferred. H. REIZF.NSTEIN.
and 407 7th st. n.w. It*
TV ANTED-A REGISTERED PHARMACIST. APV
plj to CHARLES BECKER, 3067 SM street. West
Wasl l i uirtom o!7-2t*
1VAvpKD-A GOOD COOK: REFERENCES REi
i quind. Apply at 1118 F street n.w. oo!7-2t*
VP ANTFJVTMMKDIATELY?TEN EXPERIENCED
11 Salesladies in hosicrv, corsets, gloves and underI
wi?r departments at 818 7th stm t nurthwcst. lt_
WAN IF.D?THREE GOOD COAT HANDS IMMEdiately.
Apply to G. W. HEROLD'S. 824 9th street
| northwest. oc!7-2t*
WANTED-A WHITE GIRL IN A FAMILY OF
thr?** for jroneral h?vn??4work. ('all from 6 to 8 p.
m.. or 8 to 12 a. ni., at 1112 15th street n.w. o!7-2t*
W ANTF.D-A MAN. OR A MAN AND BOY. TO WORK
) 1 on a farm: also, a urirl for chamber wort in the city.
Enquire at 4*C> Pennsylvania avenue. o!7-at*
VV ANTF.D-A HETTLED COLORED MAN. TO ATI
1 ten<l to the tires and make himself Ktnerally useful
about a hotel kite hen. Apply to 1320 F street northwest.
It*
"\\T ANTED?A STENOGRAPHER, WHO WRITES A
II business lontrliand, for one hour each afternoon.
LAWYER, Star office.
I \v ANTED?A COMPETENT. ACTIVE WOMAN
it to cook and do freiieral house work: mint be neat
ami brin>c good references. Apply it 117 East Cajntol
street. o!7-3t
"\\fANTED?A LADY (WITH REFERENCES) TO
I 1 instruct a little girl about two hours daily in the
Srimary branches in Euirlish; also, Music. Address L
. SMITH, 1901 E st. n. w., and state terms. octl6-2t*
WANTED, UPHOLSTERERS?TO FIRST-CLASS
workmen Rood waim and steady employment will
be give n. Apply at once to DANIEL G. HATCH A CO.,
934 F street northwest. octl6-3t
VV AN TED-A FIRST-CLASS LADIES' HAIR
II Dresser and two Apprentices. Apply at Map. DEMONGFOTS,
906 F stn-et northwest oct!6-3t*
WANTED?IMMEDIATELY. TWO GOOD TINnera.
Apply to W. J. FERGUSON, 1017 M street
southeast. octlB-3t
WANTED?A WOMAN TO COOK, WASH AND
Iron. Apply to 1224 9th street northwest. References
require*!. octl6-3t
VTASTED-A SETTLED WOMAN TO DO ALL
"T the work in n family of three. Must be a good
plain cook; waxes $12 per month. References required.
Call before 9 or after 0, at 3108 Dunbarton avenue.ol6-3t*
WANTED?A RELIABLE YOITNG" MAN WHO IS
11 well and favorably known in Washington to_ assist
in conducting a brokerage business in grain, provisions,
Ac.: one who has knowledge and experience in the business
preferred. Address T. J. ROBERTS, with reference
and salary cxi*>cted, care Star-office. o!5-3t*
TIT ANTED?IMMEDIATELY. FIVE FIRST-CLASS
IT Cabinet-makers. Apply to J. G. WEAVER &
SON, 623 G street northwest. ol5-lw
V*TANTED?AW'HITE GIRL. GERMAN PREFERI
1 red, to cook and do general housework for a small
family. No washing or ironing. Apply to 1723 35th St.,
West Washington. octl6-tu.th,s3t*
"WANTED?A FOREMAN, DAIRYMAN AND TWO
II laborers on a farm. Apply at FULTON'S I<oan
office, 314 fHh street northwest. o!5-2w
"W ANTF.D?WIIITE AND COLORED COOKS, GEN 11
eral Workers.Second Girls and Nurses, for this city,
Baltimore. Philadelpliia, New York and elsewhere. Fainilies
furnished Servants with references. Try us. 926
F st. n.w., IJwnsed Agency. C. E. PRICE & CO. jy2-lfr.v*
VTANTED?EMPLOYMENT BUREA U-FAM 1 LI ES
ll furnished with first-class Help?Cooks, gaiters,
Charal* rmaiils, General Houseworkers, Ac. Servants
wanted. L. C. DUNDORE. 518 10th st. n.w. dl8-10m*
AVA KTED?STTT r AT TONS.
AVAN'LKI' 11V A WHITE Olill., WITH MOST
11 excellent references, a Situation xs cliamhermaid
and seamstress; no washing. Apply at 120 Pennsylvania
avenue southeast. o!7-2t*
WT ANTED-BY A MIDDLE-AGKD LADY OF REI
1 finement and settled habits to take charge of a
gentleman's house or linen department in a hotel; references
exchanged. Address b., 1210 Massachusetts avenue
northwest. o!7-3t*
W ANTFD-BY A RF.SPECTABLE WHITE GIRL A
II situation as a cook or laundress. Apply at 723 22nd
stn-et northwest, between G and H. The best city references.
It*
W A N TED-BY A STEADY YOUNG AM ERIC AN
11 Woman, who thoroughly understands cooking, a
situation in a first-class private faurily (washing excepted):
can give the best of reference. Address EMPLOYMENT,
Star office. oetl7-2t*
WANTED-BY A SOUTHERN LADY. A POSITION
as teacher of English and French in a private fu rally
or institute in this city. References exchanged. Address
P. O. Box 3 090, New Orleans, La. olG-3t*
W ANTED^THOROUGH . STENOGRAPHER AND
11 l>ookkeeper (also tyi?-#iiter) wants engagement.
Best references given. Address SCOTCHMAN. Star
office. ol6-3t*
W ANT ID -BY A MIDDLE-AOED SWISS WOMANj
11 a situation in a hotel or private house as houacke-'iK-r
or lingere. Speaks German and French. Good
refe-rencs furnished. Apply at No. 316 C street northcast,
Capitol Hill. o!6-3t*
WANTED-BY A LADY, WITH 80ME~EXPERI1l
ence as amanuensis. ajwwitiomor would take copying
at home. Address Miss WlNGATE, Star office.ol6-2*
W ANTED-AN EXPERIENCED SWISS FRENCH
1T nurse desires a Situation for children or invalid
lady; sj>eak English and German; good reference. Address
1424 Pennsylvania avenue. ol5-3t*
\*rANTED?A SWISS, SPEAKING FRENCH AND
11 German, wants a position as Barkeei>er or any
other employment. Address K., 1424 Pennsylvania avenue
northwest. octl5-3t*
\VANTED~BY A SWISS LADY. MIDDLE AGED,
11 exiHtriencetl housekeeper and invalid nurse, highly
recommended, a situation to take care of a bachelor's
home. 1424 Pennsylvania avenue. octl5-3t*
\VANTED-A YOUNG GERMAN LADY OF GOOD
" family, lately liind -d.desires a i>osition as companion
or governess. Can si>eak Eiufliah. Address Box 1.49,
Star office. octl5-3t*
\*r ANTED?BY A YOUNG MAN OF TWENTY 11
six, a Situation as valet with a gentleman or to
travel with a family; lias been in all parts of the world;
speaks several languages; best city references. Address
B. T. P., Star office. ol5-3t*
\KTANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN. TWENTY-ONE
11 years of age, who can speak German and English, a
Position in a cigar, grocery, or grocery and provision <
store. Address, stating salary willing to pay, C. L. G?
Star office. ol3-6t*
Wanted?situations?nurses for the
11 sick can be obtained at all hours of the day or night
thromrh the Washington Directory for Nurses, southwest
corner of 12th and F sts. northwest. sepl-3m
wanteSTplaces for COOKS, CHAMBER11
maids. Nurses, Housemen, Drivers, Waiters and
Boys, with references. Women servants can be seen at
office. Licensed Agency, 926 F st. n.w. C. E. PRICE.
augJl-44t* i
W ANTED?STORES.
\*TANTED?STORE?A GOOD~STAND. CORNER
11 prefemd, suitable for drug business. Address
Druggist, Star office. ol7-3t*
WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS.
\V"ANTED?TO BUY STEAM TABli, COFFEE I
11 Urns. Range, Broiler, Lunch Counter and lar?e Ice
Box. Addn-ss I. 8. L., Star office. octl7-2t*
W'ANTEIJ Hi TREADLE POWER PRINTING
11 Pn-ss. Aj >ply at 925 7th street northwest. WORCH
& CO. o!7-3t*
WANTED-TO BUY?SECOND-HAND I'ARIXJR
11 Suit and Folding Bed, cheap. Address J. E. G., Star
office. It* I
\VANTED-A SOUND AND PEIiFECTLY SAFE
11 Horw; for driving and family use; good roadster
and walker,and not afraid of steam cars; good price for
good horse. Address Box 92, Star office. ol6-2t*
WANTED-LACE ANITMUSLIN CURTAINS TO i
11 laundry in the l>est manner, at 75 cents i*r i>air
g<x>ds called for and delivered free of charges: best of
references if desired. Mrs. JEANETTE BECKWITH,
1016 W street northwest. ol6-2t*
WANTED-A LADY WISHES A PARTNER WITH
11 $400. to opeu a n staurant or Ywarding house. A
party understanding that Branch of trade prefeired. Address
C. D., Star office. ol5-t3*
w ANTKD-SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AD11
dress Box 148, Star office. ocl5-2w
WANTED?TO BUY-A FARM WITH DESIRABLE
Buildings on it. about six or eight miles from
towu. WM. P. YOUNG, 1420 New York avenue northwest.
oct!3-6t
WANTED?PROPERTY OWNERS TO KNOW
that we give prompt attention to the Renting of
Business Proi>erty and Dwellings. SWORMSTEDT &
BRADLEY, Real Estate and Insurance Agents, 928 F
Street oll-6t
\*f ANTED?EVER^"BODY TO GO AND SEE THAT
If superb paper decoration by Hansell. at Fick's Confectionery,
np stairs. 911 Pa. ave., and behold a model in
skill and beauty. G. Y. HANSELL, Paper Hanger and
Decorator, 725 H street northeast. o6-2w*
\JSTANTED?
>1 EXTRAORDINARY OFFER.
Send at onoe $1.25 to pay packing, postage, Ac., kc.,
and you will receive a present that will please and delijcht
every one, either male or female, old or yonng.
This is no rubbish, but a fair genuine thing, and to prove
this, money will be returned if not approved of.
Don't delay, but send at once by postal order only.
H. DONALD.
ol0J3.lfi.17.19 . 262 Bowery, New York City.
WANTED?HARBAUGH'8 WHOOPING COUGH
11 Syrup. Certain cure. Also a Liniment to use in connection
with it All druKgista. Manufactured by GEO.
W OOLRIDGEPhanuacist.cor.Md. ar. and 45{ st. s.w. oi
WANTED-THK FRIF.NDS OF J. B. BURGESS
11 and the public to call at 512 11th street northwest
and get your oysters cheap. Selects ten cents per
plate. sep28-lm
WANTED?STEAM CARPET CLEANING WITHout
whipping or injury to your carpets. Orders
by telephone. 616 Louisiana avenue. A. H. CHACE &
BRO. sep6
WtANTED-L. RICE 490 MAINE AVENUE 80UTH11
west. Steam Carpet Cleaning Works, the oldest and
the beet in the city. Mattresses r -made, Feathers renovated.
Furniture steamed. Orders by telephone. iuy7
WANTED-EVERY ONE TO PATRONIZE WTTHERBEE'S
Capital 28c. Express. Baggage checked
at residency Offices 485 Pa. av.; 14th and U sts.; 3d and
East Capitol sts. Telephone connections. s24-lm*
\KT ANTED?1404PA. AVE.. OPPOSITE WILLARD'S?
11 Hair Mattri sse?, Ft*ther B<-ds, Bolsters and Hllows
renovated; Carpets cleaned, stoned and relaid. All kinds
of Mattresses made to order. F. H. YOUNG. apl9
WANTED-GET YOUR CARPETS CLEANED BY
the Automatic Steam Process; the best in the country.
Orders by telephone or otherwl* receive prompt
attention. SINGLETON A HOEKE, 801 Market
Space. au9-4m
WANTED?TO ANNOUNCE THAT JOHN~E.
BEALL, Bateman h OO.'s Bank, 1411 F street n.w..
Is s Commissioner of Deeds for Every State and Territory.
U. 8. Commissioner, Examiner and Notary. Always
in office from 8 a. m. to & p.m. m?
^yA>TED-^UPHOLSTEBY^WORK OF ANY D*I
kUlt"UA A. H. CHACE k CO..
ocT Nt^t to CitJ Post O&ca,
-
WANTED?ROOMS. 1
W~"~AKTED^"iwO (X>MlItOJIOATTNG BOOHS ON :
second floor, with board, for gentleman and wife.
Address, giving price per sod location, VINDEX, ?
Star office. ol7-3t* 1
WANTED?BY A MIDDLE-AGED LADY FN DEpartmcnt
a pleasant furnished or partly furnished '
Boom, with occasional use of a reception room. Refer- .
ences given and required. Address, with foil particulars, t
Box 29. Star office. , It*
W~ANTED-THREE OR FOUR UNFURNISHED
Room*, on second floor: or. a small house with "
modern imiTovements, north of Penn. ave_, withiirten
sepiares of War dept. Address RAYMOND, Room 86, f
Adjutant General's office. ol7-2t* 1
ANTED?WITHIN COMFORTABLE WALKING \
distance of the Treasury department, a furnished ,
second-story Room, with Ixwra. for a lady and son. aged i
eleven yean. Answer* that do not state location and
terms will not he considered. Address Box 151 8tar
office. ol6-3t*
WANTEI^HOUSES. ]
WANTED-TO RENT." WITH THE VIEW TO PUR- :
chase, a comfortablt- Brick House. 7 or 8 rooms :
and modern improvements; west of 7th street preferred. 1
Address, stating location and rent required, LAING, Star
office. ol7-3t*
WANTED-A SMALL HOUSE OR FOUR OR FIVE '
unfurnished rooms for four adults: must Ik* central;
prompt pay. References exchanged. Rent must 1
be reasonable. Address Box 28, Star office. ol7-2t*
WANTED?UNFURNISHED HOUSE OF EIGHT ;
rooms, within five blocks of 12th and O streets 1
northwest. Address, with particulars, N. R? Star I
office. oct!6-2t* J
WANTED?A 6 OR 8-ROOM HOUSE, WITH
stable. Address O.K.H., Box 591, City Post Office. :
ol6-3t* 1
ANTED-AN UNFINISHED HOUSE OF 8 OR 9
rooms, for $40 per month, between K and P, 13th
and 19th streets northwest. Best references given. Ad- ;
dress K.. CASSIN & CAPERTON, 1339 F street north- i
west. 2d floor. ol6-3t* 1
WANTED-HOUSE OF 6 OR 7 ROOMS, OR PART
of house with family, where there are no children; centrally
located. Address B. W. C? Star office ol6-3t*
WANTED-TO RENT-FOR A DESIRABLE TEN- \
ant.a nicely-furnished House in the northwest sec- ?
tion of the city. 8WORMSTEDT & BRADLEY, 928 F :
treet northwest. ol6-6t
FOR RENT?ROOMS. i
For rent?furnished and unfurnished :
Rooms en suite or singly, on A street southeast. Capitol
Hill; southern exposure; 2d floor; newly papereq; near
caterer and two lines of cars and henhes. Address
A. V. G? Star office. It* *
FOR RENT ? FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH OR
without flrst-class board, at 605 6th st. n.w. ol7-3t* :
FOR RENT-THREE COMMUNICATING UN FUR- .
nished Rooms; bath connecting, on 2d floor, in a pri- (
vate family, to desirable parties; rent very reasonable. !
Call at 928 L street northwest. ol7-3t*
F)R rent-witeTboard. in PRIVATE FAM- \
ily, in northwest, one second-story front room, well i
furnished; prices reasonable to gentlemen or gentleman
and wife. Address Box 31, Star office. ol7-3t
For rent-a suite of furnished rooms ;
on second floor, southern exposure; flrst-class neigh- '
borhood.near the Portland; private family; 1327 N st. n.
w. Parties with children need not apply. ocl7-lw*
I^OR RENT-HANDSOMELY FURNISHED PARLOR
and one or two connecting bed-rooms, in a private ;
fumily; suitable for a member of Congress or gentle- 1
man, with references, at 42311th st. northwest. ol7-3t* 1
I?OR RENT - FINELY FURNISHED FRONT
room, southern and west exiwsure, bay window :
and oiien grate. References required. Apply at 1015 G J
street northwest. ol7-3t? 1
F)R RENT-FOUR BEAUTIFUL"UNFURNISHED, :
communicating Rooms, southern front, one square
from Capitol; first-class location; cars and hcrdie-s pass
the door. Will rent one, two or all very cheap. Inquire 1
Room 2, 615 7tli st. n.w. octl7-2t* !
IWR RENT-ROOM WITH BOARD. SUITABLE :
for arentleman and wife, or two ladtes can be arrommodatea.
Terms $25 i>er month lor two. Address
HOME. Georgetown Post Office. ol6-3t* '
IX>R RENT?FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED :
Rooms at 813 K street northwest. ol6-3t*
I TOR RENT?TO ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN, <
comfortable furnished front Room, second floor; Ivay i
window; references, at 1206 G st. n.w. ol6-3t*
IJ'OR RENT-HUNDREDS OF APARTMENTS; ANY
kind, price, style, hxaition, condition or quality. 1
Consult?information brraf is and cheerfully to all want- 1
ing same?C. B. HEMINGWAY. 806 F street n.w. ol6-3t* ?
Ij'OR RENT-1112 H STREET NORTHWEST, '
handsomely furnished communicating Parlor and
Bed-room, suitable for member of Congress or parties
without children. ol6-3t*
IJOR RENT?OPPOSITE THE ARLINGTON HOTElZ
827 Vermont avenue, elegant Suites of Apartments
on first, second and third flairs; newly and handsomely
! furnished and arranged with every convenience for
parties desiring elegant accoihmodation. olC-6t
1?OR RENT-VERY LARGE AND ELEGANTLY ;
Furnished communicating Parlor and Bedroom, to
parties without children, at 721 12th street northwest. '
References exeliangnd. ol6-f>t*
I^OR RENT?TWO BEDROOMS ON SECOND ]
floor, three blocks from War department, for gentleman
only. Address WEST END, Star office. ol6-3t*
17OR RENT?ROOMS, FURNISHED OR UNFUR.
nished, with board, in jrrivate family; new house.
1643 lUth street, near Duinint circle. Gentlemen preI
ferred. ol5-3t?
I?OR RENT-TWO UNFURNISHED COMMUNICAtniK
Rooms. Apply at 453 Massachusetts avenue
northwest. ol5-3t* :
I^OR RENT?1107 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE
northwest, handsomely Furnished Rooms, with or j
without first-class table board.in private family. ol5-6t* ?
FOR RENT?AT1421 K~STREET~NORTH WEST :
handsomely furnished Rooms, single or en suite.
Gentlemen preferred. ol5-3t* \
P)R RENTlXNICE FURNISHED FRONTliiOOM e
Also, Suite of Rooms for light housekeeping; partly
furnished. Apply at 1314 Pennsylvania avenue, atter 10
a- o!5-3t* (
FOR RENT-ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOM& :
111 a private family, at 804 9th street northwest. References
exchanged. ol3-lw* J
I^OR RENT- " ;
Single- Rooms, handsomely furnished, in "The Everett,"
1730 H street northwest, with i>oard if desireeL t
THOS. J. FISHER & CO., ]
o!2-6t 1324 F street northwest. }
FOR RENT - T^GENTLE^N^ANDS76MELY ?
furnished rooms, at 22 Grant place, en siute or ,
single; private family. ocll-6t* J
I?OR RENT-TO~GENTLEMEN-TWO OR THREE n
furnished rooms, e-ommunicating. in large house
wnth all modern improvements, three blocks from Patent
Office. Apply 607 I street northwe-st. oell-6t" j!
T^OR RENT^ONE LAltGE, PLEASANT. FRONT JL
corne r rtx>m, second flex>r, with bay winelow, bath
adjoining, south and e-ast exjK>sure; also smaller front
room, same floor, both furnished: will be rental (with- ,
out board) singly or together to desirable parti.* with- 1
out children. Prices $:i0 and $20 per month, with fuel J
aneHight. 600 6th st. n.w., cor. 6th and F. oC-2w* I
I^OR RENT?:i'J14 () STREET, WEST WASHING- b
ton?two nicedy furnished. rex?ms, with lx>ard; sec- s
ond floor; Metroi>olitan cars pass the door- ivferenences.
o3-lin
T|H)R RENT?HANDSOMETjY FURNISHEITPXATS 1
J. in the "Everett," 1730 H Btreet nortwest. Each J
flat comprising large parlor, two chambers, bath-room 2
and ample cle>set room. Handsomely furnished, with fall
modem imi>rovements and in every re-snect desirable.
Apply THOS. J. FISHER & CO., 1S24F 1
street northwest. sep28-lm -J
I TOR RENT?A HANDSOME SUITE OF PARLORS 3
furnished, suitable lor a Senator or Member, by a r
private family for the session. Address F. W. M , Star
o6-8,tu,th.6t ]
Ij^OR RENT?SECOND FLOOR OF 28 1OWA CIRCLE; t
newly painted and everything new; hanelsomely fur- t
pished, can be used for a large family, with fine board in \
the house; rooms can be seen from 7 to 10a. m. and freim
4 to 7 p m.: any furniture the occupants inayde- 1
sire will l>e added; will tie rented for 10 months or one J
>ear only; rent low. Apply to A. PETERSON. 011 the *
premises. ? sep26-lm
I?OR RENT?1416 K STREET NORTHWEST!
near 14th street. l'\irnishexl Rooms, en suite or
single^ Table boarders aevonuuodaUxi. sepl5-2m* r
FOR RENT-VERY DESTRABLE FRONT AND 1
back rooms on Pa. ave., between 9th and 10th sts.
Inquire of RICE, 1219 Pa. ave. sep20-2m 0
F)R RENT-IN A PRIVATE FAMILY. FINELY 7
furnished Rooms, en siute or single; most central !
lex-ation. 940 New York avenue northwest. sepl7-lm '
FOR RENT?STORES. i
For rent?new store^ ruildinq, *u ttk c
street northwest; 2 fine floors and concreted cellar- s
heated by furnace; every modern convenience. ' a
STfclGER & LIEBERMANN, ?
o!7-6t 1418 New York avenue. -|
5R RENT?AND POSSESSION GIVEN AFTER ?
the 15th of the month?A Store, Cellar and two ?
Kooma in rear of store; a g?ed business stand; at the 1
southwest corner of 9th and L streets northwest AdoIv
to W. C. JOHNSON. 718 18th street northwest 6clllm ?
F3R RENT-STORE CORNER 8TH AND ISTREETO southeast;
suitable for any business- used last as
grocery and provision store. Inquire at 706 E street J
southeast. ^ oct!3-lw* 1
I^ORRENT?STOREYS PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE i
. northwest; fine stand for Merchant Tailor: has been c
occupied for this pun>pse for last thirty years; has f
flxttm*, cutting Mid show tebl^ and other furniture, r
Work shop in rear. DUVALL b MARR, 925 F street f
northwest. octll-6t a
NE STORE FOR RENT?932 7TH STREET ri
northwest, suitMile for any business, at intersection n
01 trwtMilrosdi Apply to Wli G.BURNS.cor- ner
5th anel K streots northwest. o2-4w* f
LOST AND^FOUKD. ?
LOST^OCfOBER 16th, IN GOING FROM D TO K ]
and 6th and 7th streets southwest, a Sleeve Button. I
a reward will be given if left at corner house, 1000. cor- =
ner 7th and K streets southwest. ol7-8t* '
LOST-A SQUARE MOSAIC. EARRING. FINDER d
will be rewarded b? leaving it at 706 L street north- d
we8t- It* LOST-TUESDAY,
BLACK GCRDON SETTER DOG. .Reward
for information leading to his recovery Dr h
WADSWORTH. 1028 Vermont avenue. ?
LOST-A DARK KEO MALE SETTER DOG; AN- 1
were to name of " Rab^' A suitable reward will be ,J
paid on his return to M. G. EMERY, 207 I street north- l!
W08t- o!7-3t J
T MCNDAlKVENrNG. FROM 1628 BOUN- Bs-T
=
LOST-TO DAY, ON YLVA NIA AVENUE, I
between 12th and 14th streets, or on 14th street, a y
Lace Lady's Scarf. The finder will be re- ?
warded if delivered to owner at the New York Avenue ?
Hotel. if |?
L08T-|TtOM 231 E STREET NORTHWEST, BLUE
Ten-ier: answered to name of Tim-license tag
??. Suitable reward if returned. oejtl6-3t* ^
LOST-ON15TH INST.. BETWEEN 7TH BTREET 1
and Avenue junctiofctofront of National Bank of
Washington, a Solitaire Diamond Ring. $10 reward will
be given If returned to Mrs. L. F. MOORE, 1341 Q =
o!5-3t* J
SCRAP PICTURES] _
T Ji? OOOLD, 421 BTH ST~ WONDERFUL VA- (
to boy some pictures for 0>e-Uttle folks"actaDbvukjn3 cl
*
for rent?houses.
Fabett^Qoma,1 and frot :ri' ?1
olT-lm 1418 Mew York avenue.
Fob rent?vert desikable s-boom d wells
In*, id northwest; all modern improvements bested
ihroughout by fuinaoc in good repair
8TEIGER A LIEBERMANN.
ol' "l!n 1418 New York arenas.
P1R RENT?FURNISHED?THAT DESIRABLE
Residence at the northeast corner of 18th and I
>treets, for a torn of two or more ycArs. The house is In
thorough order: parlor, dining and reception room on
irst floor; lsrgr back buildimr, with side yard and stable
ittarhed. and has every convenience essential to the
'omforts of an elegant home. For terms ?ud ivrinit of
nspoction apply to FITCH. FOX & BROWN. ocl6-3t
I^OR RENT-A FOUR RWM HOUSE. SUITABLE
for honsekieping; in i>erfect order. Inquire at the
northwest corner of 11th and N street* north
0cl6-.it*
OR RENT?BY NOV. 1ST. 1537 14TH ST RE FT
n.w., convenient thive-story brick; back builditie,
< rooms bath^ iaigr cellar. Bent $%xr mouth. Apply
it 41115th street northwest. ol6-2t*
P)R RENT-THAT VERY DESIRABLE HOUSE. 807
l?t st.n.w., 11 room*. exclusive of bathroom, kitrhen
ma laundry: hot and cold water; larre yard and irard^n;
"11 be let low to a good tenant Address Box 115. Star
>ihce, or apply at 1213 Q street. ol6-6t?
P)R RENT?PREMISES 318 2d STREET SOUTH~east;
basement, two stories ind Mansard Brick
Souse; nine rooms; modern improvements; rent, $30
>er month, in advance; possession given November 1,
1883. Apply on premises. ocl5-3t*
For bent-handsomely furnishedhouse.
ten rooms, G street, between 9th and 10th. suitable
'or Member or private family. Address C. W? Star
>ffice. olS-6t*
OOB REM?
r 1416 q. st. n. W?furnished,
L?argp 3-story 13-room brick residence with modern improvements;
house well furnished.
THOS. J. FISHER ft CO.,
oclS-6t 1324 F st. n. w.
POR RENT?1307 CORCORAN 8TREET, THREEft.
stogy and basement Brick, eleven rooms, all modern
mpro\*ments, and in good order; rent, $45, to responsible
party. Inquire on premises, ol5-5t*
pOR RENT-NEW YORK AVENUE, NEAR 15th
ft. street northwest, two elegant new four-story Warelouses.
with elevators and all modern appliances; locsion
one of the best in the city, having four cars and two
lerdic bnes within half a block. TH08. J. FISHER &
-'O., 1324 F street northwest. ol3-6t
CH)R RENT?
l. 1728 I STREET NORTHWEST.
A desirable three-story and back, buildimr Brick Restlence,
containing 14 rooms and modern improvements.
THOS. J. FISHER & Co.,
ol2-6t 1324 F street northwest.
por rent.
3or 24tli and Pa.av.f.,1200.00,2127 H st. 6 rs. m.i.. .820.23
^tof^rs-. fur ,G st.. Cor. 27th and K sts.,
. ^Oth and 2lst.. 150 00l store and 7 rs 20.00
Ij&f1 RtvlOrn-. m.i 50.00 Pa. sve? near 22d st.
502 21st st.,10 rs.^n.i. 40 00i s.e 15 00
'31,322dst.mw 8ra. 35.00,732 23dst..6 re 15!30
WOo btoddart st. ,10 rs. 433 20th st., R rs 12.50
.i....... 37.50 1255 22dst., 4rs. 12.00
4 Gay st. 9re? m.i... 30.00 414 26th st. 6 re 10.00
^?r- 20$ 1 sts.. store. 20.00'529 26th st. 8rs 8.00
WESCOTT ft WILCOX, Real Estate Brokers.
?H Corner 20th and I streets northwest.
FOR RENT?AN ELEGANT FURNISHEDTENroom
house, in the most desirable and central locaii?n
in the popular northwest section of the city. ROBT.
!L PHILLIPS, 1428 New York avenue. olO-lm
FOR RENT-ELEGANT THREE-STORY AND
basement house?1413 K street northwest?containing
15 rooms, with all modern improvements; newly
urnished Inquire of W. B. MOSES ft SON. corner 7th
itreet and Penn. avenue. 06-lm
FOR RENT?474 AND 476 O STREET, WITH AI.L
modern improvements; eleven rooms and bath^tn;
large pantry and library; price. $600 per annum;
Jim 478 O street, corner of 5th street, at $660 per annum.
Inquire at 1000 O street northwest. oc6-3w*
For rent?21 grant place northwest.^a
very desirable and thoroughly furnished house,
suitable for member of Congress or other private
family. ol-15t?
P>R RENT?ELEGANT FURNISHED HOUSE. 1017
Connecticut avenue, ten rooms; bath on every floor;
complete; all conveniences; $200 per month. Apply ad
above. * sep29-lni
IX>R RENT?222 K ST. N. W. BRICK, NEARLY
new, nine rooms?four on first and five on second
Boors; c?'llars, gas. bath, fireplaces. Intro ben, ftc.; market
and cars convenient. C. H. ARMES, 927 F street, 2d
<tory. sep26-lm
170R RENT.
furnished houses
in the
northwest section.
Apply to
T. V. N. ITTTYCK,
1505 Pennsylvania avenue.
sep22-lm (Opposite Nortti Entrance Treasury.)
jtoriient.- ~ "
1337 K st, n.w., 16 rs 1202:1 Hlllycr ave. n. w....
per annum $2500 11 rs ?75
1324 19th st.n.w., 10rs 11709 M st. n. w? lOrs.... 75
, furnished 150 913 16th st. n. w. 9 rs.... 60
0161 st. n.w.,9re.fur. 125 91116tli st. u. w.. 13 rs... 60
1728 I st. n. w 125 1215 F st. n. w.. offices... 50
1614 21st st.n.w.,12 rs. 125 54 C st. n. w.. 16 rs 35
Hie Q.st. n. w., 13 rs. ! lfMi 2d st.. West Washfurmshed
100 ington. 9 rs 25
THOS. J. FISHER ft CO..
. - Real Estate Brokers,
Jy28-3m 1324 F street northwest.
~ "BUSIUESS CIIANC'ES.
a bare oitorrrnrrv rnr. a pabtf desiring
t\ to invest small capital with a sure profit is offered,
l*or full partic ulars address or call at the Jewelrv store
mderthe National hotel, city. octl7-6t
FOR SALE-STOCK AND FIXTURES OF CIGAR
Store, Billiard and Pool Room, doing a good busiiess;
cheap if sold at onee. A. T. COUMBE, 1429 Pennsylvania
avenue northwest. ol7-3t*
For sale-wood and coal yard, stock
and Fixtures; now doing good trade. Addr.ss
juAL, Star office. ocl6-2t*
FOR SALE-GOOD WILL AND FIXTURES OF
s^reet northwest, doing a cash business.
olo-3t*
WASHINGT0NHEIGHT8 PROPERTY FOR SALE
at a sacrifice.?We have placed in our hands a laive
ra<;t of the most desirable proi>erty on Wasliindrton
leigbts, at the head of Connecticut avenue, 19th and
10th streets, which may be sold for cash for very much
ess than current prices, if application is made immedi,To
?n>',l'arty desiring a tfood investment this is
indonbtedly the liest opi>ortunity offered. F. H. SMITH
c SON, 515 7th btreet northwest. ol3-2w
Liberal rate of interest allowed on
tune dejHMits; Uniti-d States Bonds bought and sold
CPU Is' TRYREAL ESTATE
For rent -property known as brentwood.
situated on Boundary street northeast, com>nsing
145se:re8?64 acres being cleared and recently
aid down in grass. Improvements consist of 12-room
louse, be.ru and sUble. Cleared land will be rented
eparately. Apply to
TH08. J. FISHER ft CO..
1324 F street northwest.
bOR RENT - ROCKBURNE, 1^7 MILESFROM
L Nary Yard Bridge, large Dwelling, barn, ftc., with
9? more lan"?u desired. DANENHOVVER ft
ION, 1226 F street. ol5-3t
P)R SALE-OR RENT-A SMALL PLACE OF TWO
Acres, House of 8 rooms, stable and out-buildiu
omplete, three minutes' walk from Brooks station, on
Metropolitan branch B. ft O. Apply to 908 G street
lorthwest. ol5-tit*
|fR. TYRALL'S FARM FOR 8ALE-50 ACRFif OF
good land, bam, dwelling and carriage-house, on
he Brookvule road, two miles from Teuleytown, boween
Mr. Bratlley's and Mr. Wat kins'. Apply to Mr
VHITE, 12tli and M street northwest. *o3-lm*
FOR RENT-FARM HOUSE 9 ROOMS, CELLAR
90 ieet Porches, use of cow, fuel; beautiful and
' j thy location, within 3 miles of city; $20 per month
nd stable. R. A. PHILLIPS, 1428 N. Y. ave. o2-lm
boarding: ~
goarding- "
1 ?30 new york avenue,
17-lw* furnished rooms with board.
1 ST. N. W. WILL BE OPENED FOR
?? .*??'* Sept. 17th; desirable rooms, southern
xposure.with Board.at reasonable rat>^; convenient locs1011
for Army and Navy. Mrs.W.C. DAVIS. ol6-2w*
^PRAGUEMANSION, CORNER 6th ANDETHANDJ
somely furnished suites of three or four Rooms, on
awt, second and third floors, with first-class Board,
unable ?or Members or others, desiring pleasant rooms
nd home comforts; rooms are all front; south and east
xposure; some are heated with open fires. ol5-6t*
I A~| O 14TH STREET N. W. COMFORTABLY
L" JL ^furnished rooms, en suite or dngki with
Lret-clas8 table board. sep27-lm
r ARGE, AIRY ROOMS FOR RENT. AT 814 AND
L4 316 Indiana avenue. Also, Boarding for three
uonths at sixteen dollars pur month. Advance payment
trictly required. scp5-3m
4 PETERSON, THE WEIX-KNOWN CATEliER^
tl.* has teken the new House 1129 17th street northrest,
in connection with his old stand. 28 Iowa Circla
No. 112917th street northwest
b a new house, and has been newly furnished through.
int. and some of the very best rooms in the city with
Irst-class board, can be had. Apply between 1 and 6 p
n. He serves superior Meals at snort notice; everything
Irst-class; fainiHee supplied, meals delivered by horse
nd wagon; handsomely furnished rooms in both
touses, second floor, southern exposure, with Board if
lesired; location unsurpassed; prices very moderate.
telephone connections. au31-3m
rHE LOCHIEL, 512 9TH STREET NORTHWEST,
furnishes very desirable inducements to permanent
nd transient Boarders. Pleasant rooms, en suite or
ingle. Table first-class. nu
PERMANENT, TRANSIENT AND DAY BOARDEB8
L accommodated at the McPheraon House, corner of
5th and I streets. Mrs. M.T. SOUTHALL. jy25-6m
rREMONT HOUSE?CHANGE OF PROPRIETOR
First-class table; polite and attentive servants' very
esirable situation for families. Rates: $2.50 and $2 uer
ay; $25, $30, $35 and $40 per m. E.^DENISt&JP^
rHE LAPIER HOUSE. 8.W. COR. 10th AND E STS
n.-w-i cool rooms; the best conducted Boardinjr
ouse in the city. Transient Boarders accommodatedat
easonable terms. Meals at all hours. 829
r E DROIT DINING ROOMS FOR LADIES AND
Li Gentlemen, 813 F st. n.w? opp. Patent office. R<vnit
Meal, 25 cents: 22 Meal Tickets, $5. Comfortable
Mning Rooms for Ladies and Families up Stairs. Menls
nd lunches served from 6 ajn. to 7 p.m
jM* jr.W. BFATT.
attorneys!
- I
k GOODRICH. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 124 DEAR.
Xslwrn street, Chicago. Advice free. Eighteen
ears' experience. Business quietly nd legally transL'tod.
mha
^AMUEL H. WALKER 1
5 U. a oommssioner notary bublio and
attorneyfor rents.
630 La. ave^ next to City P.O.
C" H. lOLLER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW]
' Rooms 2 and 4 Gun ton Law Building,
BesMence. 840 Nm^CapltcJ SneE^
aJL HATJU
Justice of the Peace and Notary Public,
^HAB. J. GOOCR
uugea. o27*12m
FOB SALE?HOUSES.
)R sal*?A BARGAINS-SIX BOOWMldVL fTIi
stm t northeast. new sties! on. only fl 000 $VT
cwb and balance fu small monthly payments. W ALKfr Ji
ft WILSON. 100ft F street northwest. olT-fit*
)r sale?at a great bargain-IS* COtXMbta
street 9 rooms, with all mod. imps. $&500;
0 street northwest. 10 room*. all mod. tmim.. $5,500;
good investment. C. H. PARKER. 43< ana K streets
southwest. olMf
F'm "SALE-AT $3,600 EACH. EAST TERMS, if
sold at once, two (new) three-st.>ry |toh brick front
modern Hon-**, nine ro? ins; one square from .-ars. ihnlt
Dui>ont Circle. W. E. BLRFORD. 804 f utrvet north
ocLV*t
I^OR SALE?THE RESIDENCE OF GEN. II. R
. PAINE. 304 A street southeast. Apply to PAINL4
LADD. 41J 5th stm-t northwest. ola-lin
>>K SALE?A THREE-STORY AND BASEMENT
Brick House, 635 I ft n.w.. 11 rooms; In good on.er;
modern improvement*; Lot 17.Sxl0.ito an alley. A, A.
WILSON. Firemen'# lnsuraooe Co., corner 7th Ftrwt
and Louisiana avenue. octlS-6t*
For sale^a~three^story brick dwelling.
10 rooms. south front; two-story brick stable on iot;
all in excellent condition. * WM. P. YOUNG.
ol2-6t | 1420 New York avenue. _
F>R 8Atg=HOlisE8 15.W T STREET AND 1?4
15th street, thn-e stories.T<ay window to top.9 rooms,
cwirrrted cellars- line of Herdics on 15th street; will 1*
sold on easy monthly payment* imd at a harvsln.
Iutinire of PARKER k town send.
ol'.i-2w 1418 F street.
JM)R SALE-CHEAP-HOUSE 1312 30TH STREET]
three-story brick: contains fourteen rooms sn<l all
modern improvements. Applv on the premises or to J.
W.P. MYERS, 1438 New York aveuun. ol'2-f>t*
F)R SALR-ON EASY TERMS^i NEW THREE!
story and basement house. 1508 Q strwet northwest;
has ten (10) rooorns. all improvement*; is finished in
very best manner; new line of herdicn pass within a fewsteps
of house: watchman on premises. edward
cavERLY k co.. 1425 New York avenue. oll-lm
F'OR SALE?A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE ON
Franklin Park, containing ten rooms and bathroom.
with fine closets throughout; coal vaults under sidewalk
. in first-class condition, with all modern mn?rovoxnents.
Apply to
THOS. J. FISHER k CO.,
ol0-2w 1314 F street northwest.
P- 3R 8ALE?HOUSE AND LOT. 8IX ROOMS. FIRSTclass
condition, well lifted, in northwest part of
city; $150 down, and $25 to $30 per month. ROBT. A.
PHILLIPS, 1428 New York avenue. sep25 1m
F)R SALE-TWO NEW HOUSES, 474 AND 476 O
street northwest, with all modern Improvements,
eleven rooms and bath-room; laiye pantry and library;
a good chance for investment; will readily rent for 600
per annum; price $5,500. Also, one new House, 478 O
street, corner of 5th. at $6,500. Inquire at 10U0 O street
" northwest. oo4-Sw*
K)R SALE-VERY E.LEGANT HOUSES, OOMplete
in all their appointments.
1 of 20 rooms, Connecticut svenue $30,000
1 elegant, 11 rooms, Connecticut avenue 11.000
1 elegant, 12 rooms, M street n.w 12.000
1 elegant, 15 rooms, 10th street n.w 13.000
1 elegant. 12 rooms, 10th street n.w 9.000
1 elegant, 10 rooms, 10th street n.w R.ooo
1 elegant, 10 rooms, 14th street n.w 9,000
1 elegant. 10 rooms. N street n.w 10,000
1 fine, 10 moras, Corcoran street 5.500 i
1 fine, 10 rooms, 12th street n.w 3,500
1 tine. 10 rooms, K street n.w ,. 3,500
5 fine, 9 rooms, northwest section, each 6,000
Orange land located in Florida.
BOARDMAN * GORDON.
oc3-lm 1411G street northwest.
>0R 8.ALE?ONE OR TWO OF THOSE FINE
hour's at the corner of 10th and G streets on such
t*-nu? as will make it safe and easy to purchase. JOHN
SHERMAN & CO., 927 F street northwest. oc3-lm
FOR~8ALFpHOUSES-I HAVE A FEW CH<>ICB
residences for sale; location first-class. in the northwest.
JNO. A. PRESC0TT, 1410 F street northwest. |
sep29-lin
IJORSALE?
' very valuable business property on
F street.
We are authorized by the heirs of the late B. W. Ifc-od
to sell those valuable BusinetM Properties known as 1214
and 1216 F street northwest.
1214 is improved by a superior four-story Brick
Building, with Store, and containing about 24 lanre
rooms; cellar under all. Lot JU by 15u feet to a 30-foot
paved alley.
1216 is improved by a fine Store, splendidly maranav-d
and fitted up as a first-clans Grocery and Wine Store,
with fonr-sfory Brick Building In rear. Lot 33 feet 1
1 inch on F street, with a depth of 159 feet to a 30-foot
paved alley. THOS. J. FISHER & CO..
Bep27-lm 1324 F street northwest.
TX)R SALE?
J? DESIRABLE HOUSES IN THE IMMEDIATE
VICINITY OF "DUPONT CIRCLE."
We have for sale several very desirable residences in
the immediate vicinity of "Dupont Circle." varying in
prices (according to Bize and location), from $H.5o0 to
$26,500. THOMAS J. FISHER & CO.. 1324 F street
northwest. sep27-lin
FOR SALE-FIVE NEW TWO-STORY AND~MAN~sard
Brick Houses, northwest, seven rooms, all modern
improvements, cellar under entire building. Queen
Anne and moldoa brick trimmings, cathedral Klas9
fronts: will be sold on monthly payments. DANENHOWER
& SON. 1226 F street. sepl9-lm
FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN?A FINE. LARGE
three-story and attic brick dwelling, 12 rooms, cellar
and all modern improvements- fine stable in rear.
Admirably arranged arid located for a physician, in the
heart of the city. DANENHOVVER & SON. 1226 F
street. * sepl9-lm
TTOR 8ALE-BY 8. H. WALKER, 630 LA7 AVR^
405 and 40" B st. n. e., 3-story press bricks, 9 rooms,
all mod. con.; just completed; cheap, convenient to
cfu-s, school and business; call and see them, sepltt-1 m
~ money' to To an.
ON EV~TO LOXN ?$2^000," 8'2,500~ $3.0007 $4.000
and $5,000, in fw-parate sums, now on handtoloau
on real estate. No aelay. PARKKR & TOWNSEND,
1418 F street northwest. 08-lm
Money-to loan. "
AT LOWEST RATES OF INTEREST.
ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY.
THOS J. FISHER k CO..
sep5 1324 F street northwest.
jyjoney to loan.
ON REAL ESTATE, AT 5 AND 6 PER CENT.
B. 0. HOLTZMAN,
*28 10th and F streets northwest. |
ONEY TO LOAN, I
In 6umf> to suit, at lowest rates, on approved real
estate security. FITCH, FOX k BROWN,
mh31 1437 Pennsylvania avenue. |
Money to loan-on real estate or other
security, sums to suit from $100 to anv amount;
owest rates of interest,least expense and without delay. 1
ROBT. A. PHILLIPS. 1428 New York avenue. mh26 |
jt?oney to loan. j
I have MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE, in ,
sums of from $100 and upwards, at lowest rates of interest.
I
Charges moderate. No delay.
B. H. WARNER,
J21 916 F street northwest.
dentistry.
IF YOU HAVE TOOTH^ACHF
DR. 8. I. SCOTT.
1207 F street north west,
can Cure It and Save tlie Tooth. sep24-lm*
R~ AND ALL PARSON S.D.D 8., OFFICE" AND Residence
428 7th street northwest, over Ballantyne's
Book Store. All branches of Dentistry skillfully i>erformed.
Gas given to thousands with most pleasant
results, day or night. Ten years experience. 08
D" R STARR~ ]PARSON S.DENT I ST. CORNER 'Jin
and E sts. n.w. A local anaesthetic, used on the
gums, alleviates pain of extracting. Filling a siiecialtv.
Artificial teeth inserted. Uaa given. Charges moderate.
sepll
R. DUKE. DENTIST. 715 14tu STREET NORTH*
west. Beautiful sets of Teeth and a perfect lit.
Teeth filled for $1. Extracting without lnun. 50 cents.
All operations warranted. Jy5-6m*
11. hartlebent graduate OF pennkylfvania
College, Philadelphia, liavintr pur>'haH.*l my
office and residence, has rammed practice. I t onfidi ntly
reeommend him to my i?atrons and the public trenerally
as a dentist of undouoted ability. M. A. CARM .AN,
Dentist, 1C15 14th st. n. w. Je2d
RTIFICIAL TEETH MADE BEFORE AND INserted
immediately after extracting natural tcetli.
with splendid bucc<-hs. Modem methods and skill in nil
branches of Dentistry. Moderate fees.
Jo3 Db. DONNALLY, 1321 F street northwest.
DU. fTM. TALBOTT, DENTIST, NoT 437 7TH
street, three doors from corner E. Dentistry in all
its branches. Teeth inserted $7 per net. All work warranted.
Janl9
JBOOKs7<fec.
New Law Books.
Patentability of Inventions. (Merwin.)
Brown on Domestic Relations.
Restraints on Alienation. (Gray.)
Field on Constitution and Jurisdiction of U. 8. Courts.
Malone on Real Property Trials.
Miscellaneous:?Ola Mexico and Her Lost Provinces
Fortune's Fool (Julian Hawthorn.) Eugene Fromentin
(Louis Go use.) A Year of Sunshine (Kate Sanborn.)
Story of Roland (James Baldwin.) Bonnybell Vane
(John Esten Cook.) Banned and Blessed (Mrs. Wistar.)
Two Years at Hillsboro' (Julia Nelson.) Lyrics of 19th
Century. Chaucer to Burns;
W. H. MORRISON.
08 475 Pennsylvania avenue.
THE VOYAGE OF THE JEANNETTE, ILLU8trated,
2 vols., $7.60.
Virginia, a History of the People, by John Esten Cooke,
Life of James Buchanan, by George Ticknor Curtis. S
vols., $6.00.
His Sombre BhnOs, by E. P. Roe, $1.50.
Recollections of u Naval Officer, by Capt. W. H. Parker.
$1 50
W1L BALLANTYNE k SON.
oc5 - 428 7th Street.
The Following New Books,
JUST RECEIVED,
Are offered at reduced prices; A Washimrfon Winter, by
Mrs. Dahlgren: Through One Administration, by Mrs.
Burnett; Mr. Isaac, by F. Marion Crawford; Dr. riandius,
by F. Marion Crawford; Eve's Daughters, by Marion
Harlan; Poems of Passion, by Emma Wheeler; But Yet
a Woman, by Hardy: Hawthorne's Works. Riverside Edition.
A nice line of Illustrated Gift Books.
We also offer special reduction on sets of Books:
Ree. Price. Our Price.
Dickens'. 16 vols., cloth $22 50 $10 00
Bulwer's. 25 vols., cloth 31 25 21 50
Scott's, 13 vols., cloth WjJ S 2?
Disraeli's Works, 6 vols., cloth 9 ? 6 50
Hallam's Works, 6 vols., cloth 9 00 6 80
Gottb^s Works, 5 vols., cloth....... 9 00 #75
H&iuiy S'uig. bliake8i>eare,ti vols.,<do. 6 00 S 60
BAOTS. 416 7th street.
Book Department. 06
^^ev'ery^gkad^ of public and private
schools and colleges,
and alt- school requisites,
At tbs lowest prices, wholesale sod retail.
C. C. PUBSKLL.
nepg 418 9th street northwest.
Tyssowski Bros.,
(Oor. lftth sad G sta.)
FALL UNDERWEAR,
NEW 8TYLE SCARFS.
PERRINS- GLOVES.
E. * w. COLLS. AND CUFFS, be., 4e
PJB.?CoTU.tnd CaffB laundxied topccfsctloBjc.cacfa. co> ]
FOR BALE?LOTS
1!*OR SALE?BUILDING LUTS-I RATI i?i >3
front, including a corner on X trs?t northww?
suitable for snb-divl??ton Into ten buil?tit*r ??*. at the
low tbrurr of 75 ckdU p?w giurr fool. rwr opportunity
for in\.-stme.nt or iui media ts impiwerwwut
bou** would ruut or sell readilv.
_ _ /no a. phwoott.
o!2-St 1416 F ftfM Dor1hiri?t
I|V>R SAT 1 AN ELFGANT BT II IHNG IX>TT innX
Oorf h.??t corner of Vil* and litb streets tiorth*'*?.
will be sold a t?rv-juu within the i*M 30 days.
o9 1m _ DANENHOW EB ft SON. L2M F slnW.
I?OR SUE *5 FKF.T FRONT ON KHODF I SI. A NT*
*nniw,uctt tonmvt icut sveiiu? south fronf, choice
location. P. Vol SO,
<*2w _,<30 v"* Vork svenns.
IJK>R RALE ? I HAVE BU1LDTNO LOTS. AND
also whole frontatnw for rowa of bouses. In trood lo?
ciuitKMB in the* Durthwint, for Mile nbh below tht
rnhmr Ijncm. ioHN a. PRESCUTT. 1416 F mM
northwest. eep29 liu
1 X>R 8ALE^
choice building sttf*
offer for salt- a lww uumlw of BuIMtn* T<ota
situated in the northw.nt j<art of the city. on the favorite
avenues and public nervation*, to which wr invite
early attention, believing the Kinn* aalra of tb* ooti.iiM
J ear will show a handsome increase in values TH? W
. FISHEK ft (XX. 1324 F strict northwest. eep2? lui
FOR SALE?MISCELLA NEOI'8
I>)K 8AI.K A YFKY FINE |TAY MAKK, KIND
and mantle, tmt fast, somethtnK extra, cheap for
cash. Call at Stat>le.rr*r of 47V Mary land avenue aouthwest.
between 9 and 11 a.m. It*
1J?OR BALE?A ROUTE ON A DAILY M ORN IN G
New*j>ai>er In tlu* city, of U twwn 1,1(10 and 1.200
K,VJ?^n 'r,i: Owner wlaliee to sell on account of oth turn
W^IT.; i? Star office, tUUnr when and
wlitre an In.www can foe had. octl7-3t*
l^!.-LH?^AL,v~rlAN<>?,ANP ORGANS -GREAT R^RI
? ii4 **"?lld-hand Grov.-steen square piano
sllrtitlr ayuare riam,. $1M; one
auginiy UweflUprUrht, $.T25; one Smith American otyan.
? n orv"*n- fi0 on- t?ed \W!
ren orwan. $55 Soleairenta for ' SohmcrHr' uumallM
lou'iit! ?*' Shomack.r atul l\, k ft Son plauoa, A
full line of mtimcal instrument* lYof.HMi .ui mouth
or****. HUGO WOtoCM ft OO., triA ;th " n w "ll /w"I^OK
BALE ?A G<X>D PIANO, WITH STOOL*
prii* Aj>j>ly at 1117 MiUHacLiiwtUav.UiU*'north'
*"5: ol7-3t*
Y>)K SALE -A WELJ- ESTABLISHED WINE AND
Apply at 1706
7ui wtreet northwest. ol6-3t*
P)R 8ALE-A GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT WTTX
"Old V>?rf*th?'r or a. ]?arate.can lemvu at OHEEN*S
uv??ry btable, U street, bctwocu Oth and 7th Hta n >rthw**t
ol6-St*
I^OR SALE-LARGE HORSE 16 HANDS MOIL
weifrna 1 200j?ounds, Wiirk auywlyrv. Apply to Mr
KlNu. at Alex.K.Shephcrd a fanu.7nHbe(>t road.olO 2*
1iV!R? BALEr-RARE OHANOF~ MA ON I FlOE NT
, Extra Cabinet lull I i>i",|fht Oraiul Piano, irrand
21 .i i s uyu,'rH- Iu"4l'' i" burl waluat carw
ruiily nnmh?xl uid v#*r>* nmsMixe; imtirovfitif-tita
Ii'iil' o V?Ue; quality unrival.?d. Otwt, $..M.
'ill ik 11 for iwvly oof hull for < or intviuciitA
to ?roo<l I<arty, Will tnke old |<iano hh Iiflii i<a> A](
ply at PIANO EXCHANOK. 4h UHnSTr-A oX
IX>R SAI.E-A DI N MARK AND Jl'MTSEAT
',,1^v>V^,Tl^nt!, ;caii \?'driven by a -laid price,
?i46. 6Su K stm-t nortln ajit. oia.L'.ftl ,.<tt*
Fm SALE-A VALUABLE nMT MASK ?OD
luctliuui niz??, dark l?ay. liandHome. Ht\!ish ?o ntla
andfi^t At a tuitvain. Ai?j>ly at 14is N. w Vork ?ve.
wcond floor frout room. octl6-2w
J^'R 8ALE?CHEAP? A JUMP si \T CARRIAoK
f" xi a? new. Inquire at 210 E etnvt north*
ob?3t
P?R SALE-A SPAN OF TWO yoi V(T HORSI^
well liroko Apply at FULTON'S !>>au Oih.-e, 314
j vrni wtrcet northwegt. olR-6t
I^OR RALE?BE A UTIFUL B \ V~ MARE 8FVFN
years old, 970 |>oundK , can be dilvcn Ktiurle. double
or to saddle, lady or child can ?lriv.- with Kat..tv warperfectly
sound. Ai-pli at C'OWLINU'H Stable,
1 G atreet uorthwest. ol3-2w
>R RALE?PIANO AND ORGANS AT A OKEAT
I KHcriflce. \N illiain Knal>e ft Co., $250 *V*)
iJam?? k Bro., ijjlM); UjTi^ht (iraiu\ *J7:>
N. k. Piano Cax, $165; $125 Beatty ( 'limn. $40, <$h?r
n^w or^nus, $j0. Soe noticc in unoth<*r column of
O J. REED.
__o1'^ 4,13 7th street northwest.
I^OR 8ALE-SEVI:RAL UNE RIDINO. DRIVING
and Work Horn.*. AU>, one |alr fine mat?h?<d
i^iadKt -rs. and two extra flu.-coupe horw*j. TMt?MPbON'S,
corner 9th and O stro-te northweet. oll)-2w*
1J*OR SALE-A GOOD CARfTHORSE; A M NOLS
turnout; horse wuc, any lady can drive him Also.
a larwe stock of homw and carrla^mi f..r sal.. exchaum
or for hire. No trouble to show trooda, and t.-rms to
suit. W. I. GL\ LR. 46M and 470 C Mre?-t northwst. nlO
F)R 8AI.E?LA ROE BfoTk" OF~NEW'' AND KEC>11(1-band
< iirrnums, Bil(JVfes and Pha< f ..!iH thiv?
Couiv-s; CairiaK"? in tir^t-clat?j order. 1. u 1'iude Wajrons
built of b?-st material.
All thin work will la* sold at r?-dnced pri.^w.
Factop'. 3240 Pnwjaict avenue; RtyutdUwy. 1230 Hwh
street. West Washuj^toU.
J AS K. PROBEY^
I^>R SALE-CANARY BTRDS-IM^?UTED HAItZ
Mountain Canary LSirds. fin.- nii>K> i*. \ .-t y cheai> at
the Bird St<>re, li:-Cf jth street Uuitlivtunt, between Land
M streets. 8. HARTBRECllT. ocil-lm*
]X)R SALE?
CARTS' CARTS!
ForCart-ofall kind*. Road, Villas orFamllv Carta,
ff0 io 8. J. MEEKS', 621 G strwet northwest i would .*31
?|v-cial attention to my Clarkson On. -seat Villatro Cart.
without top, for rotui. l?u^iu?*Hfi or pl<'Mure, aua
the handsomest ever made. The Jump-seat Family Cart.
carrjiiuc two or four p-rsous. is a marvel of U-auty and
mechauuun. 'lheee Carta have no hurav luvtiou whiueTt'r
o6-2w
P)R SALE OR EXCHANGE ?I HAVE SOME OF
the nicuwt. handsomest styles of CarriCarta.
Hani.-ss, RoUw, WTiips, &(\, in this city at pnot* tliat
will Justify |*rtit? u> bwir this adverfus-metit in mind
when they (r\i out to buy. Good work and truaraiiUxxL
Rt l^urlmrand l'amUinf properly aft- nd-*l to. Aocommodatliitr
terms. S. J. MEEKS.
?* 621 G street northwest.
I^OR SAI.E-THE LARGEST STOCK OF FALL AND
V> Inter t-arriafe-es, new and second hand. lat?*t styles
and lowest pri?*es. Call and examine before nuivhasi nit
JOHN M. VOUKO, XU 6th sti^-t. oc;i
I^OR SALE?BOYS' BICYClis (RCBBER TIKEST
\ elocijx-des. eU\ Allj-arts for r. i?inn>r at manafacturers'
prices, at RCRTBNEB'S. IK* Est n. w. All
inarliiues KniarauUxxl ?Ui(i umtructioiiii in frt* to
every rurchnser. m^27-Iui*
P)R 8ALE?NEW AND SECOND HAND CARRIa?ws,
ejiibracimr the. various styles sioUble forfait
and winter use. S?"cond-hand Couj?el. tts, I^andauletu
and Com* Rockawavs always iu sb?i. Call and examine
stock and prices befoi* purcliasutif
itej'JunUK i>rumptly attende?l to.
ItuBT. H. GRAHAM.
IteiKwitorj and Factory.
sep8 410-416 8th street northwest.
F?R SALE?SEVERAL FINE HORSES;" LARGE
variety binones. coni>es, landaus and Jnuip-wjit oarriajres;
fine Enirlisli saddle ami biidle. DOWNEY'S,
1620 L street northwest. m,p7
FIR SALE?A LARGE HTOCR OF ITAI.IAN MARble
and Granite Monuments. H. a<lston>*. Vas<?, eta
Monuin<-nts cleaned and letter*-.1 in c.mi teries. W.
RU1HERFORD ft OO.. I*a. ave..cor. 21st st. ap'J^-rtm*
PERSONAL.
Antecedents, habits, associations,
movements of individuals, thefts and such evidence
as exists in any cas. secured. Call on MoDE\TTT*S
Det.ftive A^encj. 939 Pi-nnsylvania avenue north
oUlm
lONFIDENTIAL AND PRIVATE 111 SI NESS MATv/uot
transact?-d, relialse information i urmshed to resiKtnsible
parties. Addi-usa C. L. FUNDER, 414 6th
stret't northwest. ofi-2w"
INDEPENDENT DETECTIVE AGENCY.
AN1>
BUREAU OF GENERAL INFORMATION.
601 D strict northwest
sppl8-lm? 8AKOKANT ft M< FLFRESH.
We Are Offering
NEW DESIGNS IN GAS FIX't l RES,
And are sellimr si rude and double Smin^
GAS BRACKETS.
In^rME and Gilt, at 40 and 60 cents each, and other
good? proportionately low.
We have ? line of COOKING RANGES at varlooi
ivioes, from $e.00 to $100.
IRON TILE FIRE-PLACES. *ith BRASS FRAME8L
from $12.50 to $75.
. BRASS ANDIRONS, from $5.60 to $50 per pair.
PORTABLE BUCKET GRATES, from $5 to $50.
PARLOR GRATES, from $10 to $100.
GAS BURNERS and GLOBES at LOW PRICES.
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EDWARD CAVERLY ft OO..
PI limiting. Hcatimr and Ventilating. ,
sepl 1425 New York avenua,
J* TOMEI,
LADIES' TAII/)R,
oclO-lm No. HO? E street northwest.
Security From Tjoss By Rcrolart
ROBBERY, FIKF. OR ACCIDENT
THE NATIONAL SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY
OiKNRH 15th stkekt asu New Yokk avt. '
Pm-tual Charter, act of Congress January 22<^ 1H?7.
^ents sites for |5 to per've^.' and bikui- allUnS
of Securitoes and \aluaLli* on Special Depcait at 1ow?jS
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BENJAMIN P. SNYDER, Pnmdetit
SS^&Se?tn^Lhw 40o-Vk* ^
ALBERT L. 8TUBTEVANT.Seactanr.
C. E. Nyinan, Asst. Sec'y.
DmccToas;
Benjamin P. Snyder, Cliaries C Glover,
Henry A. Wfllai* J
AiUrt L. bturtevanl. 1 buuna Kv^w#>
John G. Parks. Mil
J? D. bake,
IMPORTER AND TALLOm. i
FALL AND WINTER GOODS RECEIVED
Geotkmeo who have bad tronble In cettinff fitted aa|
suited are invited to call st tbe Fashion Honso,
Mpl 1111 Pa. Aye.. Wwhlnytot, D. q
fPHE CELLULOID TRUSS 4 THAT NEVER BKEAJUT
X never wean oat, alw ays claan. and can ba worn whfli
MBS. FISHER devotes ker attention to tht wants ?t
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