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TITE EVENING STAR.
W ASHI XO TON:
1V?.D\F>DAV October 31, ISM.
CK083Y 8. NOYES Editor.
Tkf I Miir ha* n rrgnlnr, permanent
b?mi ?m> daili iri-ulntion morr than treble
thr.l or not uthrr Ihii* pnper publinhed iu
\t N.l.ir?lun, HDfi rqanl to that of nil the
iliiilv paper'* here added together.
Ti'f S i \R ofBre t<? connected with tlie Telephone
Ahertfenx-ntit, orders lor the pai>er by
ii.ail i?nd oth-rwi^, tt-w, or any information or busiii.
>t- -ii % lit <l?j <>r nicbt, free of ?-bance.
In:i Hjx-erh In Philadelphia last nlsjht Mr. RniwlaD
Kr rftl as ?aylng "the tariff must remain ?s It
Is." Tl.ls frank ami exnIMt declaration ot his j?ol1
-. v. ! rive ln' Tf i- l interest tuid lmport;ince To
his. ;Tir>.tss for tho speakership. If be wins sifter
mi* h.?declaration the revenue reform element In
tli" <i< mocrall.; party may as well postpone ail hope
?.f re-<?j uintf the tariff rpiestlon for the next two
3*' irs. for Mr. Randall will lie certain to organize
the ?\ ivs and means committee so It will reflect his
own \l? v.s, and will rule against tariff legislation
0 , the floor or the House. Ills attitude, thus clearly
tiffined, will be very unpopular In certain democrat
o quarters, and must excite low tariff men to
fresh / ,tl to defeat lus plans.
\\ iv r.e McVeagh takes strong ground. In a ?peech
<1 lh red In Phliadelphl i Monday nl^ht. tor non-partKm
municipal government. He said that there was
it > connection between the affair* of the nation
and the Internal administration of a city, and m
run a city on party lines resulted almost Inevitably
In municipal corruption. When t he democrats held
sw.iT. then the plunderers were all democrats.
VTliei: the offices were filled with republicans, the
thieves could not change their politics soon enough.
Tlx* correct view. he held, Is to nir ird a city as a
eorjNnation, to h in itialed for the benefit of Its ;
lifirk-owutiK This is common sense, and to i his
con* 1'ision the people will come before long.
Tie* 1 tah commission. In a cheerful, optimistic
r<-i*?rt. show that th>* Edmunds anti-polygamy act
l?a> .'n compllsheh much good,even if still more
1 -m-iins to be done. Under Its provisions the open
j* 'yjr.unous vote has been disfranchised and a lcgi
1 it t:re elected. Mormon to be sure, but entirely
monogamous. The acts of this t*tdy will be
wjtt-hed with Interi-st. If It show- a disposition to
<( al sternly with plural marriage the reform 1* in a
lair wa\ to succeed, if no such tit sire Is shown, the
i >niini<don recommend the severest legislation conhi-lem
with the constitution. That radical reforms
h i- lit ?t at once followed the enactment of the
Ediuantls law does not Impeach its value, say the
ct>!nmissioners; and they declare that lis passage
must ukimately have a weighty Influence in brenklii?
down the practice of polygamv*.
\ it u - diametrlcally opposite to these are held by
e\-|h*l?**_'.ite Uannon, as will be sf-en by the interview
between a star reporter and first gentlemnn,
publish* ti in another part of to-day's paper. Mr.
?"Million i> of the impression that the effect of the
Edmund-. bill has been to unite the Mormons, and
stri ngthen their faith In their distinguishing doctlltiev.
Tli underground railroad in I/mdon Is one of the
i?* t ? ~v-lties of that, vast center of life, and any attempt
to destroy it or wreck trains loaded with
human fx-incrs passing through its tunnels must be
tiie wfi'K of flemons or madm* u. It ls scarcely
credible that the a?videiiLs of 'I uexlay night were
dm to partisan malice; but no explanation has yet
fc?*? n foiin 1 which traces ihe <\jil??s!ons to natural !
?.:us?-~. and the general l* iicf i- that they were the !
vtom of political fanallcs. Whatever cause shall
t *? > y b* s?!ilr*d ni?in as the right one, tr;*.Picon
t: roart-N will fx* seriously inf^rft ret 1 with by the 1
p >u. r uneasiness and the publi will be t?> that j
tl ,! ; it-'imiu ?Iti.L Hea'tofore the un lerground i
r iir i l> have 1> * u siri-iuiarly free from accidents. '
The democrats concocted a novel scheme to break I
iii> ? -'^pubUcan mas^ meeting at East on, Man'and, |
i ' ! : v. K-lowing the foadncssof colored pe<>- j
j ft>r < iitertaiiiinf nts they ]< r? ?? a tuan to bring a !
t't*n:1 <?f train si 1mmrs td the outskirtaof the camp
wl . e the speaking was going on. I ho stratagem
tvriiiiantly successful, the colored listeners
Ie:v\ ?u a 1 h* Jy to >t e the sjxjrt, wIdle the repubBean
elotpience was wait -d on empty be:.ches. if
the ,i-rais are to use sueh t ie(ies the republican
n:.iii?gers will symp.-ihize wish the Puritan
let:;;. !ii< id.,, who, as Macaula} puts li, f*bj^cHti to
bur-baiting, cot be au* it p.,lQr\ ;jK. ivistji, but
brt-aii-^ it gave pa-asure to th>- sp tators.
I. s. x!nr-hal MucDo'igull, of the northern Xe-v
^ork dl-.lri.-t. h r.(r into sen nn trouble, eliarg;-s
h mug a prvft'rre.1 ag Inst him by special'
g- r.rs t.f th > Dcp irtai -at of Ja ti to the eiT- et I
that ill- administration of the office h is been char- !
act' ru d by fraul, lo?vness an 1 lmoropri -ty. j
Mirsaal MacUous?il his t>een one of the nvst
proiui:it ill ma itltie jn. it l msof New York. He Is
a srjeeial irl-nd of ex-Sen..tor t'onkllng, and was
the c.abeof a controversy Iftween that pt>litl* lan
an! l'r ideiit >< lrfield, whoapjx?inled another nmn
to the ; i:u sh.?Nhlp. IlLsfall, If the charges arc',
s'ist iiv d. a'kd th -y are maile with much deiiuite- J
iie^. will carry di-inay iunong the New York stalwarts,
and stili lui't ii*-r embirr.isi the republican
party in that state. It is understood that his case
L-> only one ot several wiilch the I*t:p irtinent ot Justioehas
lately b?.-en Investigating, and that in a
numu-r ??f instan -s it has been found that impro1
i if ii*>t Illegal us.ifc'es prevail, making restrictive
k-gtsLition <h--lr.ib.e..
till* the dt'Ui'H r iUc party lias undoubtedly lost
Pa firm hold upon the v>utli, and there is a growing
1 ling of political Independence manifest in that
s?-t n*in. the rejmblk ins are likely to be disapp
nit* 111 they eou<.t u;vm capturlug any electoral
Totes of southern st-tie* next year. That section
w ill 1m- apj>ealed to for one more strong effort to
fie. a democrats Pn sid'*nt, and the chances are
that she will ma a solid n^jionse. After the next
pri sj l ntl ileitc l *n. no matter which way It goes,
agth t al dis.su:-JI ion of p^rty organization will
t;L\e pi.it4* iu the south, sectional potit:
I. - so completely passed away that sectional
(hvisixi-. of p.irtfcs nuist follow. The interests of
t * :th are rapidiy b'^coming dltrewlflcd, and
1 "' "'1 affiliation.-! in keeping with these respective
int. !e>ts wHi be ft>nne(L
i. il i; CI iiF.AT ^ L'CCESa
I?R. STRONG'S TAMP I CO CORBET
-AFTOlins A PERFECT SUPPORT.
IS \BSOLCTELY UNBREAKABLE.
! ?ff'"r,"dforever>- pairof Dr Str. r.ir'^ i
T> Pt> O in whi.h a Taiiii<ieo ituy hn ;iliM. It-. P.. it i
Tri it * I P vinu Iru'lKliP. R| i:iai irritation und
a,a..-.!t . -'eus n uuiiortu ti*mj>ori4tarc around
ti i-?i) j .. l*iii(fb :uid ophit. m, liui.^iry to
Ii.-^'th in ?il clii2;al*?.
1> *ar of iinl ta ti- .
Buy only i>K. STUuNG'S TAMPIOO (XlltbET.
Tin- ln-st crt-r retoihsl for <1.
S. -M i>> 1* adintr merchut!) i \ crj'whf ??.
J G. in I ZPATUCK X CO. Mannrartum*.
__o3lwi-ilm >J.-* York.
li LMOV AL OF OFFICE TO J
No l'.>'j F Street southwest.
V M. p. YOUNG.
oSi'Ct l:( a4 LtUti- and Insunuire.
Th, I\eacher8 Quiet Habits, j
I
.
i
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b* .1. ut ry *!i l i^t imen sonr times lji-oouie i?*n>stn:"d
U fore tlicy k,u .or It. who upend tuuch
tint, in cloac inenUl work and u?rl?-t to tike enough
... oft.n i'uid their stomachs unable to do the ]
work ,.t di?rehtijn. Tlic liver becouu* toruid. The
bi?ktU ?<-t iimynlarty. Tho braia rvf'nea to
err*.- m it i?ec did. Tlieir jTParhiujr Ixeotius a faCure,
and there Is a state of ?rcn<-ra] ml^ry. So many ministers
hav? U.-en restored to heUth by the use of Bi-o-arn's
Iron Bfilers that the elmrgf ueneraliy are speatir.ff to
th? ir friends of this medicine as the very best tonic and
iw -rer th^y know of. It ivstor^ thin and watery
bioini to Its r-roptr ctesditlon b7 tonir.< it np with the
purest ar:1 most lnvi jorartii* i*rr; ar,;'Jon of iron that
rtenm bas ever mad<? It U I'fnnat to take, in.1 sets
imu-J'atriy will, the happltst rcjalts uot only on th?
psr?jks. bui ou ether folks as well. (3) It
Have You A Team?
WE USE MORE LIVERY BUTTONS THAN ANY
HOUSE IN THE UNITED 8TATES. NOW WE DO
NOT BUY THE BUTTONS TO SELL BY THE
DOZEN?WE USE THEM ON THE HEAVY LIVERY
OVERCOATS AND TOE DRESS LIVERY SUITS!
WE HAVE NINE STIADES LIVERY COATS-DRAB
FAWN. GRELN, OIJVE, CLARET, BROWN, BLOOD
BROWN. LIGHT BLUE AND DARK BLUE-IN ALL
THE SHADES; WE HAVE THEM DOUBLE AND
SINGLE BR LASTED.
FOR IN DOOR LIVERY WE HAVE
FI LL LIVERY SUITS.
AISO BELL BOYS' SUITS.
FOR TROUSERS-BEDFORD CORDS AND CORDUROYS.
FOR VESTINGS?FRENCH LIVERY VESTTNGS.
WE ARE UNQUESTIONABLY HEADQUARTERS
FOR LIVERY WEAR OF ANY DESCRIPTION.
A. SAKS k CO.,
316 AND 313 SEVENTH STREET. o31
wooihvard it lotheop
Call sprcia] attention to the extraordinary value* they
are offerimr in Nottingham Laco Curtains, Bed Sets,
lillow SLam 'ladles, fee., Ac.
NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS:
At 75c. per pair. worth 4)1.
At *1 "u) per pair. worth $'2.
At i>< i pair, worth $2.50.
At $:l per pair, worth $4.
ANTIQUE LACF. CURTAINS:
At >?.i pri- pair, worth $.J.jO.
At $4 Hi- pair, worth $.">.
At $ "> p? r pair, worth $0.
At $?;.0U r? r pair, worth $7.ri0.
MADRAS LACE CURTAINS:
In a'l the new designs and colorings.
At per i>air, worth $
At *4.50 per pair. worth $3.50.
At ?."> per pair, worth $t;.
At *7..Ml i?-r pair, worth $S.25.
At $10 per pair, worth $ 12.50.
Having devoted additional room to this Department,
can now show tliese goods with the beet effects of 1
iu-ht and shade, making P'-iections far more satisfactory,
jH-cially in tin- Madras Curtains, inspection cordially
in\ ited
SWISS TAMBOUR LACE CURTAINS:
A fair quality at $ * i>er pair; finer grades at $10. #12.50,
$17 V) and $25.
Linen Batiste or Scrim. for Curtains, in half a dozen
styles i f fancy Fofrvotiu-H, at 25c. |>t yard.
Also Fancy Scrims, at I V. and 2tV\ i* r yard.
Antique ijic-m. for trimming Curtains, in variety of
pattt ins, only 12 V. P1 r y^rd.
W have r,<t op. -led a most complete line of Nottingham
Lae> lill iw s!iam>. and quote as follows:
At ">V. ju r pair, w rtli 7.*\
At TV per pair, worth $1.
At $1 per pair. w;>rth i*!.."*).
A: jl.aOiw r pair, worth *1.
W; *lso >I,a* * "Jx e.aUy of a patent Pillow Sham
Holder, which mvi s the proper position and effect to
th- Siiam, at il each.
.We have also opened a complete line of Tidies in Russian.
Autique, Applique, and Nottingham.
I'm At.ti.fi>- Tidies. II hy 11. only 17c. each.
1 Antiijiie Stjuar- *5, *!5o. pT iloz.
1,""" Antiqu Square* $! per d<?z , worth $1.50 per doz.
< lUH'iir -1i' Vrt l'idi. s in all siz- s at low prices.
A' l 1.1,11c Tillies all sizes, at low prices.
Io si.- ! >!i jwfm -lit will als > be touud a beautiful line
of Sr ir.ji d . ud l'nstani)M'd Linen Goods for Embroidrtj'-iilMi
Embroidr ry Crashes and Mouiie Cloth by ttie
yard?-C'-nsiviiux' <>t Ta.Je Scarfs, Bureau ScaVt's,
Spla.-ncs, Iidii*. &c.. &c? at low fi/im-s.
ONE PRICE ONLY.
woodward lothrop,
BOSTON DRY GOODS HOUSE.
o-*U
w OODWARD & LoTHROP, I
BOSTON HOUSE.
No. 021 Pennsylvania avenue.
winter wraps! winter wraps!
W?" art* now showing the lar/.^t a^ortment and
pr ..test varietj ot Winter \Vra|>s. connrisinif all the
I t -t n iv.-in. s and new?t designs in NEWMARKETS
BR VIDEO JERSEY JXCKKt'S. KCSSIAN CIRCULARS.
DOLMANS. CIRCULARS COATS, Ate.. that it
has ever Uvn onr pi a ore to off-, r, all ot which we
selected with the greatest care.
NEWMARKETS,
in ^ilk, Plush and Jersey Cloth. Perfectly fitting and
lowet-t prices.
PLAIN and BRMDF.D JERSEY JACKETS. PLUSH.
EdYPIIAN. GKOS DE I.OSDRES, ori'OMAN and
ciKct-LAia
Ii'low w? mention a few astonishing bar-rain?:
An ALL-WOOL CHINCHILLA CLOTH JACKET
Jersey tittimr. in Black. Seal Brown, Navy Blue Dark
Uieen and G ir..et, only sfc'j.
An ALL-WOOL DIXGONAL CLOTH DOLMAN.
Plush trfouiinxl aud made in the best manner, newest
shaiii, only 4 J.
An ELEGANT SICILLIENNE SILK CIRCULAR,
hand-on. fur coliar, etLced with far and quilted Ruin*,
bar- am at $15.
A II \NDSOATE OTTOMAN STLK DOLMAN, fur
coUai-aud iur tiiiii.'ued, $l(j.
A OR >S DE LONDRE or SICTLI.IENNE STLK
R' >siAN CIRCULAR fur eollai' and fuc trimmed,
luuuln'.'me quilted liuimr, only $25.
ONE PRICE ONLY.
WOODWARD & LOTIIROP,
_o31 BOSTON DM" GOODS HOUSE.
THE STORE WITH THE MOTTO i
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS.
"Comparisons are odious in everythinsr but trade. In
trade it is to the ;ulvaiita:Te of the buyer to draw comparison.
Proof Compare jroo-.ls and pricec of these expensive
esteblishments witli those at the
misfit store,
CORNER TENTH AND F STREETS,
And yon will find
Our $15 Corkscrew Snit to compare favorably with any
sold at $25.
Our $18 Corkscrew Suit t?? compare favorably with any
Polrf at ?? '()
Onr $1" Black Cloth Suit with any sold at $25.
Our Black Dr* ss Suit to compare favorably with
any sold at $45.
Otu- fH Busine?? Siut to eomnare favorably with any
sold at $15.
Onr $10 Business Suit with any sold at $19
t>ir $1 ^ VI <Xsrtiniere Suit with any s.jld at $'22.
?>nr $ l \\ rvt, d suit with any sold at *i:>
Our $.. lk.y's Suit Ov. rrcat with any sola at $9.
Onr e't Roys Suit or Overcoat to eonqiere favorably
with any sold at $10. >
Orir ."$3 Suit or Overcoat to cotuptro favorably
with any sold at $15.
f."r <>v' n o"t w,'h any sold at $18.
rv^r oryvt r( t"*t any Bold at $5.
J.>ur is4 t In Id's Suit or Overcoat with any sold at $7
Onr $5 Child's Suit or Overcoat w ith any sokl at M
Our $ i Overcoat with any sold at 4 it
Our 9 6 Overcoat with any sold at $10
Our S S Ov. n oat with any sold at #14
^lr 2151 w ,tl> "old at $l!i
Our <12 Overcont with any s. ld at $-.?2.
Our jl!> vrvcriocl w:tli any ho lei ;?t $J5
| Our $ t) Overcoat with any sold at $15
Our $ ? 1'HiitM with any wild ?t >) i.OO
Om 411'ants with any aold at $H.
tiur $5 Pants w Itli any sold at sj'J
Our $ti Pants with any sohl at $11
Onr G jssaniera with any soid iur double the price we
ask.
THE MISFIT STORE,
CORNER TENTH AND F STREET8.
^I>snr>? and come to the corncr of 10th and FsU. o31
| 1ARRIAOES! CARIJAGES!
V' CARRIAGES!
I My atock of Fall and Winter Carriws in now lartre
and coniphte. S. v ral secutid-i.and liirht one horse
Lindanl. tu a. suitable for a rli)alcian. otUciala or priya>-familV-s
niath-by best Northern builfters, at onet
mo orncn.al eowt A B.ewstei Bioout st. Coui>e lt->cka^ay
e<sr ft ?sxt; present price $275
li? ;airiiitf promptly attended to.
ROBT H. GRAHAM, ?
ot _ Repository and Factory.
4I0-416 8th alreet northwest
W ONDERFUL l^AROAINS!
AT
BRODHEAD h CO.'S, 1205 F strkkt.
Cni"?t Black Silk,,75c. and up. all-wool Foulc. 15c
UP I-arKe white ?ool Blank, te'
SI FUifUel ic. and up. All-liuenTowels
B"Ibri?ooui 19e. Lovely
Mlfc S< arfs (iri tt >), *j,V. Ci-rs<'ts. 2.V. Silk Plush Al 2a
e. ' *i ?1" 1":m .t?"'?1'- Ail-linen Napkins. doz!
' ' *T, l'Au.&. .Vi-iiieh LmIwh' Suitinir Cloths
)ii ail eoloni. 41 tti.e-u- kt4?lsur>' advertised on the a**.
rue at it* I 25.) I^ulii-s' and G-nt's I'nderwear at Jobbers'
i ?? <*. unat bajTj^uia in Countemjuies. SheeUnifH. FlanBi*U,
tc., at
BP-ODUEAD & CO.'S,
1205 F atraet northwest.
Artificial eves, : ~ ~
tb. ?10. $15. FA-eahrht fitted.
HEil PLEIi'8 OLD STAND,
tia i'cUiwjriViuua -venue.
WANTED?HELP.
\*T ANTED ? MEN ? TWENTY LABORING MEN.
11 1 hose with families preferred. Houses and Ijmds
forjrarden work at all seasons. POT Oil AC TEKRA
COTTA CO.. 1411 fl street northwest It*
wANTED?SERVANT FOR GENERAL HOUSE"
wort. Apply at 406 6th street northwest. o31-3t?
WANTED?AN EXPER1 ENCED SALESLAD Y! FOR
dry ro<xls and notions; rood references required.
Inquire at 13X 7th street northwest. It
WANTED?ONE OOOD WHITE WOMAN OR GIRL
as laundress; retsrenoes* required. Apply at
BR'XTHE'S. 1311 E street northwest, three doors from
National Theater. It*
W ANTED - COLORED WOMAN TO NURSE ~A
youiitr child, must be couipeu-ut and fcxpcricne?xL
Address Bex 88, Star office. o31-3t*
WANTED ~A"WKT VERSE-MU8T BE HEALTHY
11 and tidy. Address ?>4fi C st. northeast, city o31-3t*
\\fANTED-A "WOMAN, TO C(K)K. WASH AND
11 iron in a family of two persons; to stay nights;
Call, with references, at 134.1 15th street n.w. o31-3t*
\vANTED?A GOOD COOK IN RESTAURANT;
1 reference required. Apply at H. ALSCH ^ EE'S,
southeast corner of 12th and F streets northwest.o31-2t*
W ANTED-AN EXPERIENCED WOMAN FOR
*" general housework, and white girl wanted for
nurse. Must bring references. Apply at 1017 O street
northwest. o31-3t*
vet anted?a first-class colored cooel
I ? Must come well recommended. Apply at 1833 G
street northwest. It*
\\T ANTED ABOY. ABOTTT 18 YEARS' OLD. TO
learn the Grocery and Liquor Business, or one
having a slight knowledge preferred. Apply at 439 20th
strict northweat. o31-2t*
~Y\TANTED?A COMPETENT NURSE: GOOD RE*
1 ierences required. Call immediately at 1345 L
street northwest. o31-3t
WANTED-A WHITE WOMAN. TO COOK7WASH
and iron and to make herself generally nsefid.
Brinv reference. Inquire at 1366 29th street. West Washington.
o31-2t*
VITAS THI)-A COMPETENT MAN TO TAKE
II charge of a dining-room. Apply at 81012th street
northwest. oJl-^t*
\XTANTED?ONE FIRST - CLASS DRY GOODS
11 Salesman on Pennsylvania avenue; noneoth- r need
apply. Reference required. Address MERCHANT, Star
office. r>31-3t
V\TANTED?A COMPETENT COLORED WOMAN
11 as nurse for youinr children; must come well recommended
; a middle-aged woman preferred. Apply at
1627 H street northwest. o31-3t*
\\TANTED-A FIRST-CLAsS YOUNG MAN. AS
11 driver for milk wagon; must l?e honest, industrious
and sober: the l>est references required. To such an one,
erixxl waves will be given; any one that cannot comply
with this adve tisemeut need not apply. EUREKA
DA1RV, Depot, 616, 618 and 620 13th st. n.w, o30-3t*
W ANTED?AT ONCE?T WO * SOBE ItT STEA D Y
11 Men, who understand Paperhanging, C?n>ets,
8hades, and common Upholstery. Yearly employment
and irood waves. Address, J. W. WHITEHURST. 117
Sycamore street, Petersburg, Va. o.il-3t*
\y ANTED-A LADY TO TEACH A GENTLEMAN
11 to Dance. Address, with terms, Box 125, Star
office. o30-3t*
viranted?intelligent protestant white
11 irirl, 12 to 18 years old. to take care of a boy four
years old; good home; small family. Addresa Box 78,
Star office. o30-3t*
\vanted-a coatmaker; also a lady to
11 work on coats aiul make vests None but exjierienced
hands need aj>ply. Call at 615 I street northwest.
o30-2t*
W Anted-a thoroughly competent white
nurse. Permanent place. G<xm1 wages. References
required. Addrtvs Box 91, Star office. o29-3t*
WANTED ? TEN A NO 1~COAT HANDS, AT
11 KEENE'S, 411 9th street northwest. o29-3t
WANTED-A 9TRST-CLASS LAUNDRESS: M~CST
come well recommended; also Boy to do vencral
housework, and who undc rstands the care of furnace.
Apply after a o'clock at 1439 K street. o*>9-3t*
WANTED-A COOK. WASHER AND IRONER^
11 colored. Apply at 1446 N street northwest. Itetween
10 a. m. and 1 p. m. o29-3t*
\y ANTED-A STOUT ENERGETIC BOY TO WORK
' " in an iron store; must be able to write a good hand
and tun ire correctly. Address in own handwriting P. O.
box 358. city. o29-3t*
y\t anted?a gikl for genetlut house11
work. Apply, with references, to 205 4J$ street
northwest. o29-3t*
WA>'TED -DENDOIJE'S EMPLOYMENT BliREAU
? w removed from 518 loth stm t to 110-1 E street
northwest. Help furnished. Sty-van ta with good recommendations
wanted. o27-lm*
"V\TANTEI??A GOOD AGENT IN EVERY CITY
* ' and town in the United istates. Something new-.
Send for circular giving lull information to Lock Box
724, Brockton, Mass. ol9-lni
W ANTED?WI1ITE AND COLORED COOKS. GEN
f eral Workers.Si-cond Girls and Nurses, tor this city,
llaltiinore. Philadelphia. New York and elsewhere. Families
turuisned Servants with references. Trv us 926
E i-t. n.w.. licensed Aveney. C. E. PRICE K CO". Jy2-19w*
_ W A NTEI>?SITUATIONS.
\\tanted?an active boy, 18 years op agel
" desired to learn a trade. Address Box 134. Star
office. o31-3t#
Ay ANTED-BY A NEAT AND TIDY COLORED
Girl \ situation as chambermaid and seamst n ss in
a private fanulj : can give good reference. Please addr<
- * 1177 New Haiuj>siure avenue 11 w. It*
W A N't"ED?BY A RESPECTABLE WHITE GIRL
~ ? Situation to do clianits-r work, fx-winv or assist in
washing and ironing; willing to make her-^ If generally
usitul; good references given. Address Box 154, Star
c?ffico. It*
W ANTED?BY A WHITE GIRL. WITH F.XOEfT.
11 lent reference, a Situation to do ch?mberwork and
plain sewinir. Call at 126 Pennsylvania av. h. e. o30-2t*
w ANTED?SITUATION ,VS SHORTHAN'D AMAN"
I'ENSIS: one willinif to do other office work in
connei'tion with it; can oi eraU- type-writer and give
good legible lonwhalid. Address It, Star office. o2'J-3t*
"W A N TKD-SIT UATIONS-NITRSES FOR THE
11 sick can be obtained at all hours of the day or nivht
throuirli the Washimrton Directory for Nutsa*s, nouthwust
corner of 12tli and F sts. nortliwest. sepl-3m
W ANTE D?PLACES FOR COOKs! CHAMBFjT
' ? maids. Nurses. Housemen, Drivers, Waiters and
Boj's, with references. Women servants can be seen at
office. Licensed Agency. 926 F st. n.w. C. E. PRICE
auir31-56t*
WANTED?HOUSES.
W ANT ED?TO RENT A~HOUSE. WITH VIODERN
; ? improvements, in the vicinity of the Metropolitan
Club, (corner 17th and I strets northwest. Address,
stating terms and location. M. C. B? Star office. o31-2t*
wanted?miscellaneous.
vst anted?housekeepers totkv the mew
T* French Process Soap. Washes clothing without
boilinsr or st-alding. . It
\\t anted-^ ~ "
/' SFPERFI.rorS HAIR
Is an exi^-ssive trrowtti of hair on the female fare, seen
most, conspicuously on the upper lip. chin, cheeks and
brow; also grows excessively on the arms, and from
moles and birth-marks. Few persons have any idea of
its prevalence. In nearly every museum of living curiosities
awarded woman li'-rumi an one of the chief attractions.
Hundreds of ladies in all larve cities resort
to the use of plasters. Depillatories, Tweezers, fire Scissors
and Razors to disguise the fact that they have or
might have a laard. In Washington City alone there
are over fifty ladies who are adepts in the use of the
lt:izor. This is inde*-d one of the most unsivhtly. noticeable
and disfiguring of all complexion blemishesan<l
to a sensitive refined lady this annovin<r facial Deformity
is almost unlKarable. Dr. VAN DYCK. Dermatoloinst.
No. 22, Grant Place, is pleased to announce
that he jv rmaneiitly and forever removes this obnoxious
growth by the oj>eratlon of Electrolysis (the Electric
needle process). Any Physician or Snrsreon will tell
you that tins is the only method in the world by which
Suix-rflnous Hair can lie exterminated. Everv :-ej'arate
hair h*M to In- o(?'iated on and the Tiiemial action of the
fl'-ctricity completely destrovs t!;e riK)ts
lilies, if you have this Hirsutical affii. tion stop the
use of the Depillator}' Tweezers. Scissors or Razor at
once, and call on Dr. \AN DVCK. and make your engatrement
for treatment. Remember, if neglected that
yours is a lifetime blemish. You should be willimr to
make almost any sacrifice to pet rid of this masculine
vrowth. ladies nearly alw-iys brine it on themselves
by first extracting a few hairs from the chin, upper lip
or probably from a mdkt. wliich makes them grow heavy
and harsh. In extracting th.*e, from time finer hairs
are accidentally pulled out. and these In turn become
thicK and coarse. Those who wish treatment tills season
should make their engagements now. as only a limi
ll,m"bT{;?y betrrtdi-t! dai.y. During this and next
month Dr. \ AN DiCK will make a considerable reduction
in the cost of his treatment, and all who avail
themselves of this op|>ortunity eiui continue at the rednced
rate until cured. By makinsj- a small payment you
an s?-cure an engagement one. two or three weeks or
niontlis ahea<l. Office, No. 22 Grant Place. Hours. 9 to
7. Sundays. 9 to 2. o31-w&s,2t?
WAJJTED?SADDLE Holt-E EDR WINTERT
will have tx-st i>ossible care; moderate use-to be
op<?n to owner's constant inspection. Address W H P
Star office. o30 3t* "
V\TANTED?A STABLE TO ACCoSfMODATE TEN
" " hors<-s and waarons; yard attached; water and conveniencett.
Address STABLES. Star office. o30-3t*
\v ANTED- ~
*,Ta CITIZENS star line express
will transfer Trunks. Pan els. &e? to and 1 rom the delfts
to all parts of the District tor 25 cents. No extra
cliarge to place your trunk in your room. Office at 1424
New 1 oik avenue. o30-6t*
WANTED-THOSE DESIRING TO FITTHE1L
selves for active businiss in the professions of
are-hite^t. civil, mechanical engineers, and draughtsmen
or for examination in the civil service, U. S. Naval
Academy or West Point, call and arrange now, at 510 F
street northwest; terms reasonable. o3t;-6t*
WANTED?10 ?no SUITS OF CLOTHES TO CLEAN
for ?1.50 per suit at PRINCE'S. 1009 F street northwesx
w.uron call lor and deliver your goods. Send
postal card. o22-lm*
WANTED-WITHERBEE-S CAPITAL 25c. BAG11
Kage hxpress Ba^yufire checked nt nuidt'nw.
OtlK^.: 4H5 Pa. av ; 14th and C; 3d and E. Capitol; 17th
. nd l^i. a\.; loth and M; l^th and Mass. av. Telephone
oouiK-ction. ocC0-lm#
WANTED HORSES TO KEW; BOX STALES;
ktvpimr Horns r ^rreialty. city references Order
WANTED?STEAM CARPET CLEANING WTTHout
whipping or injury to your can>ets. Orders
oy telephone. Olfi Louisiana avenue. A. H. CHACE &
Bm'- s<'p6
VST ANTED?L. RICE. 490 MAINE AVENUE SOUTO^
.? v. *";'*} St?'lun Carpet Cleaning Works, the oldest and
the best in the city. Mattresses r-made. Feathers reuovated.
1 urnlture steamed Uidera by telephone. my7
WANTED-1404PA7AVE.. OPPOSITE WILLARD'S?
Hair Mattresses. Feather Iktls. Bolsters and l^llows
renovated; C?n*ts cleaned, stond and n laid. All kinds
of Mam-esses made to order. F. 11. YOUNG. apl9
Wanted-get your carpets-cleaned by
the Automatic 8team Process; the best in the country.
tirdera by telephone or otherwise receive prompt
atbnUon. singleton ft Hofkk. tt)i
s>>a00- _ au9-4m
"TO ANNOUNCE THAT JOHN E.
BKALLj Bateman & CO.'s Bank, 1411 F stm t n.w
u Commissioner of Dcetls for Kvi ry State and Territor>
U. S. Counn.asiouer. Examiner and Notary. Alwavs
in office lrom 9 a. m. to 5 p.m. n>i
W A^^P'HOI^TiJtY WORK OF ANY DE_
A. H. CHACE k CO.,
Next to City Post oifece.
QKAND OPENING
JACKE%, DOLMAHS AND CIRCULARS.
eWU 7*? 7Ut street kOUNG'S.
# -f;
WANTED-t-ROOMS.
WANTED?NTCrEnr FCENISHF.D ROOM. WITH
good Table Board and mtodern conveniences, within
ten minutes' walk of yillaid? hotel, by young married
couple without children, who have been in one Place
thrp-e years; will be i*r>rmanent If suited. Private family
preftirrul None but first-class parties need answer.
A?ldivw, with particulars, ' Miami," Star oflftoe. It*
W~-ANTED?TWOOB THREE FURNISHED BOOMS
with board for two. in a frood locality, at rwjonabto
rates. Permanent if suited References exchanged.
Address immediately CLEBGYMAN. Star office. o30-3t
ANT ED?TWO FIBNIHHED ROOMS. SUITAable
for light housekeeping for gentleman, wife
and child, four years old. Address D. ?. F.. Star
office. "29-3*
for~rent?room& i
IXVR RENT?DIEW^VBLE UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
at 1544 9th street northwest. It*
1WB BENT-THREE UNFUBNISHED OOMMUWIcating
Rooms. Apply at 121 D stret t n.w. o.il-Jt*
IX)iTRENT^RCKJ MS? WE HAVE SOME OF THE
most desirable Rooms in the city; information free.
Room renting bureau of LLOYD'S Wasliington Express,
KXW F stroet northwest. o31-3t* |
1X)R BENT?IN SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY. SECond
or Third Floors.unfnrnished or partly furnished,
in handsomely fined house, in tine neighborhood; moderate
terms. 12. >0 13th street northwest, near &L It'
FOlT RENT?IN A PRIVATE FAMILY. NEWLY
and handsomely furnished Apartments, en suite or
single; new house; 6plendidly located. 708 10th street
northwest. o31-3t*
)R~ RENT - TWO LABGE COMMUNICATING
Rooms second floor, southern frontage, with lx?anl
in a private family; references exchanged, at 907 U
street northwest. o31-3t*
SoR-BENT?TO GENTLEMAN AND WIFE OR
two single geutlemen one large well furnished, or
two communicating second story front B<>oins, northwest,
with excellent board, home comfoits. fcc.; private
family; no children or other boarders; herdics pass the
door. Addrtss Box 156, Star office. o3i-2t*
)B BENT?FOUB BOOMS AND HALL, SUlf.
able for housekeeping, at 319 New York avenue, corner
4th street northwest o30-3t*
Fib bent?two large and nicely fub^
nished front rooms; one on second and third floors;
with all conveniences-in a private family; delightful
location. Apply at 1011 8th street northwest. o30-3t*
IX)R RENT-612 14TH STREET NORTHWEST,
handsomely furnished rooms on second and third
floors, en suite or single. Table board if desired. o30-3t*
I~ SoRRENT-1321 H STREETNOBTHWEST. ElRSTclass
rooms and l>oard for $25 to $50; two suits of
three rooms each, suitable for Member. Table board
$18 to $20; lunch, 10 to 25 cents. o30-3t*
FT)R RENT?AT 727 18th STBEET NOBTHWEST.
Furnished, second and third-story Fr?>nt Booms,
with Board Also, one large third-stoiy Back Room.
House has modern improvements, and fases gov- rnineut
reservation North of I'ennsylvania ave. o30-3t*
F~ "OB RENT-VERY PLEASANT. UNFURNISHED
Rooms, on second and third floors, in a delightful
location. No children. Apply at lu 1st Btreet sout heast,
opposite east front of CapitoL o30-6t*
1X>R BENT?TWO PLEASANT UNFURNISHED
. Rooms, communicating; hot and cold water, >>ath,
and all modern convenience, bay window, south front.
Apply at 1111 N street northwest. o30-3t*
F()RIt ENT-TWO FINE ROOMS. HANDSOMELY
furnished; parlor and bedroom; first floor; will be
rented to desirable party without children at very reasonable
rates; line location. 1026 Vermont avenue
northwest. o30-3t*
IXTB RENT-FURNISHED FRONT CORNER 8IT,
tin?f-room and two communicating bed-rooms on
second floor; will let together or separate; also, other
bed-rooms on third floor. 620 11th street, corner of G
northwest. o30-2t*
17OR HEN"lr PAREOK AND BEDROOMS, ALSO SF. Veral
well Furnished R< >oms single or communicating:
all modern improvements; most disdrablc location in
the city, rent moderate to resi>oiisible, parties. WILLIAM
DICKSON, 1001F street northwest. o30-3t j
IX)R RENT?IN A NEW~HOUSE HANDSOME AND
newly lurnLshed rooms, simrle or in suit; suitable
for a member of Congress or others. Inquire at 1318
14th street northwest. o30-3t*
For rent?1221 Hth street northwest?
Two nicely furnished rooms; all modern improvements.
in the 3d story of a new house; suitable for two
married couples or for four gentlemen; pleasant location.
o30-3t*
IX)R RENT-THREE LARGE ROOMS-TWO CHAM)>ers
and a ]>arlor, handsomely furnished, suitable for
Member of "Congress. All conveniences. Excellent table
Itoard next door. References required. Address
Comfort, Star office. o30-2t*
1X)R RENT-A RARE OPPORTUNITY 13 OFFERED
to secure an entire floor of rooms, consisting of parlor.
bed-room, dining-room, kitchen, l>ath-room, etc.,
comfortably furnished, and with all conveniences;
fronting on Pennsylvania avenue and in the immediate
vicinity of the principal hotels. Low rates to a permaneut
tenant. W LLLIAM DICKSON, 1001 F street northwest.
o30-3t
IX)li~RENT?ONE NICELY FURNISHED ROOM,
suitable for one or twoquiet gentlemen, in a very
quiet family. Apply at 1219 12th street, between M and
N streets northwest. o29-3t*
170lTRENT^142(j N STREET NORTHWEST. TWO
communicating Furnished Roonis. on second floor,
and one on third, to gentlemen or adults; references required.
o29-3t*
IX3R RENT?ONE LARGE. HANDSOMELY FUBnislied
second-floor room, soutli front, hot and <x>ld
water. Bat h-room same floor. At 715 H street northwest.
* o29-3t*
FOR~RENT?TO PARTIES WITHOUT CHILDREN,
furnished or unfurnished Booms, suitable for housekeeping.
with heat. g;is and bath. Apply at 1627 Connecticut
avenue, near Dnpont Circle. o2f>,27,29,31*
TX)It RENT?AT 1107 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE
X northwest, handsomely furnished Rooms, with
first-class table board In a.private family. o27-6t*
FOB RENT?BOARD AND I.AUOE, COMFORTAbly
fiuutobed fjont Room, in private family; no other
boarders; one square from cars; $40 i>er month for two;
married couple preferred; U014 12th street n.w. o29-3t*
IX)R RENT-TO GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, WITH
Board, furnished Room, in private family: modern
house, near all South Washington Departments. Terms
$48 !>er month. References exchanged. Address Box
119, Star office. o29-3t*
>R RENT?A LARGE, HANDSOME. FURNISHED
fn>nt Boom, second floor; well heated, gas and use
of bath-room and parlor. Inquire at 1316 10th street
northwest. o29-3t*
17ORRENT?VERY DESIRABLE ROOMS. ON FIRST
and third floors, furnished or unfurnished, with
first-class table board, at 1732 G street northwest; also.
Storage Booms. o29-3t*
Fob bent?foub handsomely "fubnished
apartments, single or en suite, with or without
board; house occupied by northern lady, and best of attention
guaranteed; references exchanged. 1016 I
street northwest. o27-Gt
F" or bent?
HUNDREDS OF APABTMENT8, *
any kind, price, style or location, single or in suite, furnished
or not, with board or not, or in private houses.
Information gratis und cheerfully to all. Save time
and trouble and get your choice. ConstUt?
oc25-3m C. B. HEMINGWAY, 806 F st. n. w.
P~ )r RENT?WITH bo abd?parlor ~ fxoor,
three rooms, and second-story front room; bay windows;
together or separately; new house; new furniture.
Capital Hill, four blocks from Capitol. 409 B street
northeast. o25-6t*
Ix)r rent?one beautiful bay-window
Room, and our large south front Room, new and elegantly
furnished; first-class table board in house. 911
H street northwest. o25-6t*
F~ OR BENT?TWO PLEASANTLY FUBNISH F. D
communicating rooms in third story, convenient
to 7th and 9th street cars and the departments. Beferences
required and given at 1221 8th street northwest.
o25-Ct*
For bent-a well-fubnisiied. handsome
suite of Parlors, 011 firat floor; first-class hn-ation.
1416 K stre<-t. Reference. ?i>15-2m
For rent-a hands<>mely fubnished suite
of Booms, 011 Becond floor, modern conveniences, in
a private family; references required. Inquire at 423
llfh street northwest. o20-2w
]70U RENT?ELEGANTLY FURNISHED"ROOMS,
in a private family, at 804 9th street northwest. References
exchanged. ol3-3w*
PjR RENT-VERY DESIRABLE FRONT AND
back rooms 011 Pa. ave., between 9th and 10th sts,
Inquire of RICE, 1219 Pa. ave. sep20-2m
FOR RENT?STORES.
IWR RENT1
TWO ELEGANT NEW STORES.
New York avenue, near 15th street northwest.
Buildings each four stories, with large cellar: have
every convenience, and in location are the best in the
city. THOS. J FISHEB & CO..
o27 6t 1324 F street northwest.
for bent?offices.
For kekt-a nice basementPoftice on
New York avenue, near 14th stn-et- suitable for a
physician or for business. THOS. J. FISHEB k CO.,
1324 F street northwest. oM6-6t
for rent-miscellaneous.
t>)h bent-a fise.hall,"uNPURNISHEd7on
lower floor; convenient to the Belt line and 7thBtreet
cars; sidtable for school, meetings, storeroom,&c.
Bent moderate. Inquire 011 the premises, 612 N street,
or 614 N street northwest. o30-3t*
I PROPOSALS.
PROPOSALS FOB 151 MOVEMENTS IN MAIL
BAGS, MAIL-BAG COliD FASTENERS AND
MAIL-BAG LABELS.
Post Office Dkpabtmknt. )
wa8hinuton, D. C? October 27.1883.$
Sealed Proposals from i*tenteee or their assignees for
granting the use of improvements in the construction,
or in the mode of closing and opening mail bags of any
kind; also for the use of patented devices for fastening
mail-bag cords, and for labeling mail bags, will be received
at this Department UNTIL NOON on the THIRD
DAY OF APBIL, 1884.
All proi>o?als must be in accordance with the specifications
and forms of projiosals, which will be furnished
on appBcation by letter to the Second Assistant Postmaster
General.
The oontracta which may be made for the use of any
intents will be In conformity to such specifications and
the accepted proposals.
W. Q. GBESHAM,
o31-lawflt Postmaster General.
PROFESSIONAL.
Feet, kc,?"the wise~fok health on' dajly
Walks Depend." Hence eminent physicians, surireons
and thousands of other well-known personages,
visit DB. WHITE'S Establishment. 1416 Pennsylvania
avenue, opposite Willard's Hotel, fw relieflrom Corns.
Bunions. Diseased Nails, and other complaints of the
teet. Twenty-two - consecutive years 01 practice in
H ashlngton. D. C. Ofltos fee $1 per visit. sepH
HABBAUOH'S WHOOPING COUGH SYRUP
FOB SALE BY ALL T>RUGGLSTS. MANUFACTUBED
BY GEO. 1?tiOLBIDGE, PHARMACIST
COR. MARYLAND AVE. AND ST. S.W. oSB
FOR RENT?HOUSES
NEW H0U8K lira
the J,2th u,d 13tb ?**< ;
toJHOS.
FTem^n^TreJ^T^-^H Tfct .WftlV2"
Office, 121ft
I^Oii RENT?HOI SE 1105 I.^th STRfft \or riT
west. 8 noniH, in *r(xx! ord?r null in?7 v R jlIi
^fm-mation at the corucr of lsth *md L streets nortff
oSl-St*
F(]LRENT^FINK,THH1 iE-STOR Y BRICK DH ELL^
f?ut*1Im,?r 'uurtwi room* sn.l cellar*
modern improvements and compltU- in al! its simh .mt_!
K'h^ntJ60Pr month- n'<' Furninii^ LEl1"^
la dwelbna-can be purvhwd at a IwrvHin, Call bt 477
Mlssourt "venue. or oil V> ILL1AM DICKSON. 104)1 F
sir*t*t northwest. oiiU-3t
F2?,, RF;NT-A NEAT FIVE-ROOMED HOUSE.
w* iioar!'a?' il?? y<4rrt' b"UOtl neighborhood in uorth_
oT>Q.6t E. A. McINTIRE. 918 F.
P>R RENT?HOI'SE 236 EAST CAPITOI STRFKT".
two story an.l attic fram "in* nV.mV in^ rn Jprice
#'23 JnadvaiS*
o30-3t* BWORmSteD r ? BRADLEY. 928 F Bt. n.w.
RENT?NICE DU'EUJKO ON PARK STRFFT
tfttbvVofi "*" *" . wa^r aud furnace!
h RUTtfFRKo?n *$?%*?. ST ?!! ho,?e- TYLER
OKI). 1/26 F street northwest. o39-Ut*
i^jl 2fN*TA ?ick briok DWELiiNdrinTr
A strwt nortln a^t. containing seven rooms. with all
?2t* .chas-1 5^
J^OR RENT?UNFURNISHED.
UD? i!26 no"iro 2d rt. n. W $ 60.00
ifiln h ^?reet 91.6(5 3 boup.*, 7th st. s. e...
?i40 R. I. ave 70 00, near D e??-h oo rs,
neighborhood of Franklin Square!
15 00
oW >> . FITCH, FOX" i BBCiU N.
_ lg7I?enn. are., (Corcoran Building.)
For rent?on west side of wth. betwffn
P and Q streets. Went Washington. hahf block from
?"" d?? ble location, tvvo new Brirl Hou^
eiRht rooms each, besides bati, pantries and o. Weven
eomenien.^^ow own for insi^ecUon. Apply to
KING & SON, 29th and K straps, West Waihing?
* o 29-fit*
PrS>n.a NIn~i?26 STREET NORTHWEST. TEN
"YPniv-nces; in perfect order *r/) tier
month. 1H0S. E. WAGGAMa1T?17 F?Srt [forth!
* oct29-3t
F<PU,RE^T~DESIR ?BLE brI^K. NO. 1512 PEIRCE
New Bfa0rt^? *r' l?U1, &c- WIUaI to ,iew *27.
albkmtfe.rogj*.rUclS "- b,thFOR
RENT?LARGE BRICK HOUSE, WITH ETL
tensive stabling, 614 G st. n.w. Brick, 1403 N st n
^ albekt F- W|jtnP
F?BBrickRliT^^8T0?Y AND BASEMENT
niomfTanH ho,h i 8,r"\t1 northwest, containing el. vnn
r^ms and bath, in exceJlent order. Apply next door
o29-3t*
FOR RENT?ELEGANTLY FITRNISHED HOUSF
In northwest section; complete in all its immliit'
BS rMl'^f11 Wilton. Moquet and
.h^iSvSi'liS to u"wt
_??:? kfSm S.nhi?t.
P^h? ?K,N I?THE ?i.NE PROPERTY KNOWN AS
, tl1? Stone Mansion ProjHTtv. Columbia Heights will
).a ^rivf" f>">4 "nly. The LoS^ls a'"ry
^ one, containing lartre r^ms, b??ntifal lip.lis
the city0 'ToHV CinlJ'iflB'i!va?d!? R nitur"ifif< ut view >',{
west * HN SHhlt*A-N & V<J > S?7 F street north?>'J7
-6t
jpOR RENT.
ESi nft^2ld/,a a? f #200 00.1734 F 8t- n w- 12 rs.
^t and mod. imi* $40.fi0
oioil f 21st.. 150.no 905 N. H. ave.. 6 rs 22 00
woo.? rt ;1(?rH- n, i - ?-<>0 Cor. 27tli and K st*
l'n^ oSfi WmWJ. 40<K): store* and 7 rs " 20 00
t&mxkSRi is!
j-i" ":SJ 'u26w*.6?. ::" K'S
^ Jl Corner 20th and I streets northwest.
17">R RENT?BRICK HOI7SE; 9?R?K)MS. ALI, MOD^
L. wr'm ^VlT,AJniF"44Ji57r *f<' ^ Htrwt northwest.
r nT^ " ' " .\JiMES, 927 I stre?>t n.w. o24-lm
17?R RENT?HANDSOMELY furnished house
rooms, near Elibitt. Riirsrs. ?ud Willanivor'Vv
entertaining; will lx rent.-d for the m asoti
o24-2w* ' ^ Address Mrs. .WHEELER, Star offioe
1 ^(ifn^,s^'Pvo coxmnkLT "furnished
15 J001118 ?M"h,centrally locatsd: houses
nun11h?for hv"fIk1 onler: will be rental for eivht
niontns or tn tae > ear; a member of Congrf ks i>ivferreil
SSffirTffi i~'l','u ^'^vember 1st. L. M. SAUNDERS &
URO- 1103 I- strcet northwest. o244Jm
I^OR RENT?1132 12TH STREET NORTHWEST?
funnshed. three-stor>- and Iw^ment briek dwellinir
SSarSSl ? ,r,?H,ni? an.d :,n J1""''"! improvement?, m
wifl 1rent' ^ ? hamlsoinely furuish?lthit.n?rhout;
filit- V" 7 i a Senator or mem Iter for the sfssi.ni
location first ehuitj. Apply to A. A WILSON Mr. ii,
Ins. Co. Building, eor. itli street and Lji. ave. oc22-10t*
FOR RENT?21 GRANT PLACE NORTHWE8T A
foieiri i',L*"lr:'bl0 and thorouirlily Furnished H- ii-.
fwiulv member ot Congress or other Private
it1?1!: oct'J0-2w*
FOR RENT?TWO OF THE FINE NFW Wnt tiPQ
just tinlshwl on the corner of 29th and P streets
I containing ten rooms: convenient to both lines of str^ei
Sllt stnil t0 JAS"11 DA V1S" ^
- ? ' ocl9-liu
"C'OR RENT?V ERY DESIRABI^E 9-R(X)M DWFlY"
ff gsygsr',,lutnt8; heatVd
J* Kwnilloili KS'^r?M?'.nd'SS;ti5l "555"
RENT?EL IX t A NT THREE-STORY AVn
(r ^?^SouwlltSh~aH1:^ Krtm t uorthwestlcontom
y\ f^ roonis. with all modern improvements- newlv
ss?t5j fcss^iy-u moaes ^5os_
BOARDING.
91ft STREE'r NORTHWEST." OPPOSITE
r?|s?sissst?5 ssssrjss
P}R RENT-3314 o STREET! GEORGETOW\_
nicely-furnished bed rooms, with bath room hinvl?
Zo? 8Ulte- With board; M^pollfcS till
CPRAGUE MANSION. (V>RNER 6TH AND E HVN'D"
cxiKwnre; some arc heated ^ith op^n oR5 3^
larul?.j ssxs? ffi ba?v ?^lss
.".aires'dou-*t<ti"?"tk adv"<*3z?'
A PETERSON, THE WELL:^*0WTTCATERER
has taken the new Houfe 1129 17th street north.
w est, in connection.with his old stand. 28 Iowa Circle.
. , I12i> 17th stiwt northwest
is a new house, and has been newlv furnished ftimno4i
aV T10^: 4 Y,TJ' best rooms in the city with
hrst-class board, can be had. Apply between 1 widfin
He eervts superior Meals at snort notice; everything
cs supplied m?-ala delivered by horse
, handsomely furnished rooms in both
hoiujes se< ond floor, Kontnem exposure, with Board if
desired; 1,.cation unsurpassed; prices v?y moderate
Telephone connections. au31-3in
ft^UTaMe&gj^: 1>1W48aUt tn sl^,^
PERMANF.N T, TRANSIENT AND DAY BOARDERS
accommodated at the MePheraon Hoi^c?
15th and I streets. Mis. M.T. SOUTHALL^^'i*^\"s??
TREMONT HOUSE-<JH.\NGE OF PROPRIETOR
First-class table; polite and attentive sen. unts verv
day ^5 K?L* ; $2.50 and $2^Sr
qj> . 82o. $30, $oo aud ij-U) per m. E. W. DEN ISON;Pix>p.
T^n ?^USE, 8. W. COR. 10T? AND E STS
rooins; the liest conducted Boardinjr
jn?g^u?*2k^s2i g&ift asssj-sss
and huichcs served from 6 a.m. to 7j\m
JalB JTW. BEALL, Prop.
A
lost and found.
LOST-LARaE BLACK N^W FOTTNDLAND DOG"i
tip ?'bJte; collar with name atw
iM-d. Liberal rewaitl if returned to 35 H street northWeSt?
lt#
HIS MORNING. BETWEEN 1510H STREET
^ j*^rS j.SilIir}?)U,B "dllinerj- store, on F street
neir 14th, a *30 bill. The finder wiU b^: rtwardidhy
leaving It at the above number. ]t. y
Ci ft REWARD ? LOST." BETWEEN lino ivrn
^^nst^a^itol^Thfni^ f **?' rn ^Toud*y evening, the
s^tv^mtojsssss & sor'iess
w "? <-"? -"""w 3S*
Lost ?on Saturday, october 27, betwefv
?K ?nd 8 Solitaire Diamond EarffiniwW'!111
be.bberaUy rewarded by returniny
to 1307 K street northwest. o30-3t#
L?S^^_0^8i;?DA j* '-^TnJNST.. ON 14th STREET.
(?r lwock Creek read, two Shawls, a uray and a brown
a liberal reward will be pud for their return to 1113 M
street northw?*t. oct?-3t?
LOST?ON SATURDAY. 27th. ON 7th STRKHT BE^
i ??'*" the, *7ena? and K street, a Purse. The flnd?
wul be rewarded on leaving it at Star offi<-e. oct29-3t*
dentistry! '
IF YOU HAVE TOOTH ACHE r
DR. S. L SCOTT,
? _ 1207 F street northwest.
can Cure It and Save the Tooth. o24-lm*
Randall parsons, d. d. s officf akt> nV<i"
idenoe 428 7th street northwi"t "er B^n^tra,^
f*? i branches of Dentistry skillfully iwtfonned.
Gas given to thousands with nu^t i'iimlTAt
results, rtay orjiight^ Ten y. ^ eiiSi^ pie^lt
?R S1ARR PARSONS, DENTIST COPN KR <vro
and E sts. n.w. A loial anatthetic u^i m,
gums, alleviates j?un of extracting. FUli'ii^sn^-iu*
I ^ *** united, iin
sep 11
1) weSU^wi??iSFI8? 71/' i?TH 8TBEET NORTHj/
,! . of Teeth and a perfect fit
1 {> filled for lji. Extracting without pfin 50 MMits
All operations warranted. jyt- m?
I)vanUA^Tk^ti^'n?,?^MDAKTS OF PE5N8YLoffic^d
?rrS!!:
^sssrsais&^f^ausjssf
Deiitifit, 101514th st. n. w y' ^
sliffisdssss tisstotes1
?_ ' POlflfALLY, 1321 F street northwest.
DStaSt DE*TMT. N?1. 437 7Tlf
froju coruer E. bentistiy in al
rwitS! Aeetl1 nwerted <7 iter set. All work war
for sale-?houses. _
P)R S ALE-?EEEG AN T. THOROUGHLY MODERN
11-room hotisc. large lot for $7.5<)0. also, hiiaints*
IJH>R 8ALK-OHEAJP-FIVE ROOM HOI'SK I/>T ?0
feet front b> 105 dwp: ?'D 6tb*iirpt,br!?i? nit
street st <. Minn ? ?TMiw*outb.Mt. <?,**? i iveetui ut
Price. fiKQ. C. H. PAHJLk.lt, 4* and E atrw U?*>uthw*
o30-3t?
For sale?chkap?four tenroom ItltTi k
Houses. on F street Nntbviwt. tt.tuit.if mi
each. Also. go d seven rtxni B i. k with all modern miprovimi
nts. On e sLeet southw. st. #2,Hm o h
PARKER. 4*f and e street* mutliweat. o30-3t*
INtt 8ALK?#10# CASH AMD |M KB MOM lTl
for itood iff -story Hou?*. n--ar ear*. market*,
schools. churches, Ac. Hmwn slid Lots sold at K wrr
rates than cost of the buikUuw.
o%-6t K. A. MclNTIRE. 91S f northwest.
I^OR SALE-THREE STORY BRICK DV* 11 J.I NO.
centrally located: thirto-n room*. ?'l mod< ru iinpmvcments.
Cheap if s- ld soon. 1 YLER A Rl'VHERFoRD,
1226 F stn? t northwest. oct29-3t*
I^OR SAI.E-A RARE OH ANCE *A BEAITIFCL
A mw three-story and basement press brick frout
llotw; b i\ windows to roof. 15 rooms; all modern improvements;
hurh'-st point in northwestern section,
built for owner, but too large fur hia use. Addn-*s J S?
Star office. o29-lw*
I^OR SALE-NEW HOUSE. 927 17th STREET,
trontinir on Farragut Square. with hasenieut. three
I I* an" st^io. containing parlor, dming-ri>otu. ten
1 ni t?,"oms' trnnk-room and cl ?et*. Apply at Room 1U
945 iVnnaylvanla avenue northwest. o'29-lw*
P)r SAIJE? brick HOUSE 1P12 10th NoRTHwest;
9 rooms; lot 20x?5 to alley a good Iwrvaiu
L. M. SAINDERS A BRu^lKM Fstreet _ o?Im
FOR 8ale-we offer 8pbcul INDUCEMENTS
to those wtshin* to purr base the following i<roi? rtv
Honse, 14 rooms. M street gp> ooo
House, business property. 14th street .".".7.7. 5 000
1 House. 10 nx>ms, Q street 7 fiflo
House. 9 rooms. Corroran street ? oun |
House. 10 rooms. 12th street 3?(I0
House, 11 rooms, K street 3 :soo i
House, 7 rooms, R street 1.800 .
House, 6 rooms. 6fe street 900 !
House, 7 rooms. Union street 7<i0
Honse., 7 rooms and stable. Madison street 1.100 t
Also, other very desirable i>n?i>erty upon terms to ault.
BOARD MAN 4 GORDON,
o27-7t 1411 O sti'eet northwest.
FOB SALE-THREE STORY BRICK HOISE ON
M stmet. between 9th and loth streets northwest. 10
rooms and bath room; all modern improvements. Lot
4?!xl20. THOS. J. MYERS. Resi EsUte Agent, 1220 F
street. o27-lra
FOR SALE-NEW TWO-STORY BRICK. BACK
bnildiUR and cellar; all modern Improvements;
cheap; Corcoran, between 13th aud 14th streets north- \
west. JAMES E. WAUGU.
o27-6t 9ti F street northwest. |
P)R SALE?EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE. CONVENIENT \
to cars, schools and business, near the Capitol, all ,
improvements; at m bargain. 8. H. WALKER. 630
Louisiana avenue. o24-2m |
P?R SALE?TnE HANDSOME RESIDENCE DF j
the late Surveon General Crane, 1909 F st. n.w. The
house is nearly new; well arrmiired, and in construction '
tirst-class in every particular; lot about 48 by 1*21 to an
alley. For permit to examine, apply to THos. . I
J ISHER A CO.. i:t"24 F stn* t northwest. o23-2w |
FOR SALE-IMMEDIATE POSSTOSHTN- EOI U- !
t<-en-rooni House, modern improvement*, with fur- !
liiture and cari??-ts. north* rly mvtiou, suitable for Con- !
K-rvssman; easy terms. PREfSBREY & GREEN. 529 7th
street. o22-2w
FOR 8 A EE?ONE OF THE HANDSOMEST Residences
in the northwest section of this city, finished
in hard wood; elaltoruUly can-e?l luaut- Is. with lievelcd
nurrors; liand painted tiles, c?lar clos? ts. and all modi-am
conveniences. WM. P. \OUNG. 1420 New York
avenue. o20-2w*
FOR SALE?1736 13TH STREET NORTH V\ EST
new R<aiden<-e, can fully built for own us.*, hmts 1.1
rooms, all modern improvements; li>fhtiiiii!j rod. electric
alarm; wide parking. Imjuire at i;J02 S street
northwest. o'20-2w*
FOB SALE-THE RESIDENCE OF GEN H E
PAINE. 204 A street southeast. Apply to PAINE &
j LAPP. 412 5th street northwest. ol.Vlm
"C*OR SALE?ON EASY TERMS -A NEW THRET%
J. story and haw ment honse. l.VH y street northwest;
has ten (10) rooonis. all hnproveiuetits. is finished in
very best uianuer; new lini- of hertlics puss within a few
Ptew of house: watchman on premlsos. El>W^nD
CAN ERLY A CO.. 14*25 New York avenue. oll-lm
- "l^OR SALE-HOI SE AND LOT.SIX RlKiMS, 1 IKsf
i class condition, well h?-at>d. in northw<-?t p^rt of '
city; $150down, and 425 to JO (ier month. ltOBT A. 1
PHfLLIPS. 14'23 New \ork avenue. r p'25-2m
I|*OR SALE-ONE OR TWO OF THOSE FINK !
Housesi at the comer of 10th and G streets on such ,
t*Tms as will make it saf<- and easy to puix base. J< >I1N
SHERMAN A <"t>.. 927 F st^j*'t northwest. oc3-lin
"j huslx ess ciiaxcest
I^??R SALE-TO THE HIGHF ST BIDDER, FIFti^?n
shares of stock i:i the p. *t Comhinatiou S? w iug
Machine Co. Aed K., Star office. It j
I^OR SALE?A RESTAURANT. ~AN OLD ESTAB- j
lished place. Inquire on the pi\ inises, 509 9th street ,
| northwest. oiO-'2t* i
17OR SALE?'INE HALF INTERKST IN A FIRST- |
class Restaurant and Dinimr-rooms. Satisfactory ,
nasons given for telling. A<ldivtis Box 145, Star office,
j o30-at'
j VyANTED?A PARTNER <ACTIVE PREFERRED) !
, Tl with $5.00(1 to^AlO 000. to enx-at^e in txMumission ;
; business in Baltiiuoff. Stat<- time and pla<v bir inter- 1
! view for Thursday next. ARMOl'R, care the Lyc tt :
1 Bindery, this eity. oOMk '
I^OR SALE?AN OIJ)-ESTABLlSHED NEWSPAPER '
and Job Printing Office. W ill furnish larve amount '
of work to Purchaser of entire office. Will sell sei<srate. 1
Address PRINTER. Box .">99. Washington. I) C. oct24-lm
Liberal rate of "interest ali.owkd on
time del outs; TTuited States Bonds lioUKht and aold
at market rat> -s; colleetions made every where, by J H
SOI IER A CO.. Bankers. 1416 Pa. sve. ml'J-t in
country real estate.
FOU ItEST?TEN ACRES OF FIRST-CLASH FARM.
in?r land, with house and stable. 2^ miles from the
city, on the BAG R.R.. and within 100 yards of the Bladensbuiv
pike. Rent $10 t^r month, invut iabh in advance.
Possession (riven November Iftth 1sh:j Inquire
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.,, of WM, E. DOUGHERTY. Agetit.
1326 F st. n.w, o30-3t*
"IfR TYRALI.'S FARM FOR SALE-ISO ACRES~OF
1"JL trood land, bam. dwelling and carriage-house, on
the Brookville road, two miles from Tenleytown, between
Mr Bta<lley's and Mr. Watkius*. Apply to Mr.
WHITE, 12th and M street northwest. o3-lm*
T?OR RENT-FARM HOUSE. 9 ROOMS, CELLAR
J. 90 feet Porches, use of cow, fucsl; Iwautiful and
healthy location, within 3 miles of city; #20 ix-r month
and stable. R. A. PHILLIPS. 1428 N. Y. ave.o2-luiA2w
money to loan.
I HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD REAI, E8tate
or collateral seciuity at lowest rates of inten-st.
No deity when sedirity is good. O. C. GREEN, Room 1,
Firemen's Building, cor. 7th st. and La. sve. o26-3tn
Money to loan
I11 sums to suit, on approved real estate se<-urity,
at lowest rates of interest. Charge's moderate. No unneci^sary
delay. J. V. N. HUYCK.
o25-tit 1505 Pennsylvania avenue.
M~ ONEY TO LOAN.
In sums to suit, at lowest rates, on approved real
estate security. FITCH. FOX A BROWN.
o20 1437 Pennsylvania avenue.
Money to loan?#2.000.^ t2.r>oor!|j.ooo $4,003
and $5,000. in separate sums, now on liaiiil to loan
on real estate. No delay. PARKER A TOWNSEND.
1418 F street northwest. 08-liu
Money to loan,
at lowest rates of interest.
on real estate secu rity.
THOK. J. FlsHER k CO.,
sep3 1324 F street northwest.
moxey t0 ijoa^ "
on real estate, at 5 and 6 per cent.
R. O. HOLTZMAN,
^28 10th and F streets northwest.
Money to loan-on real estate or other i
security, sums to suit from #100 to any amount;
h?w?-st rattw of interest,least expense and w itliout delay.
ROBT. A. PHIIXIPS. 1428 New York avenue. ti'h.il i
r personal.
New french process soap?no bolling or
scalding. It
IF MICHAEL HURLEY, WHO KEPI A LIOl'OH
saloon in this city some years ago, w ill (tall at ItioiuS,
615 7th street northwest, he may hear of eometinn^ to
his advantage. It*
rpo AVOID TROUBLE THB PABTY OF FOUR J
X yountr jieople. on October 17th, who sat at the end
table at Harvey's, lietween 7 and 8 p.m., are reqiiest?-d to
return to this office the Silver-handle Umbrella which
they took, as they are known. o30-2t*
De.ar hattifz dry yottr tear}t"aij, 18
Just as you desire. Got your letters at i?ost nfflotx.
oclS-lm* jennie daniels.
Antecedents, habits, associations.
movements of hidlvidusls. thefts and st^-h evidence
as exists in any case secured, tall on McDEVIT'PS
Detective Agency, 939 Pennsylvania avenue northweet.
ol;i-iin
specialties.
Madam ross, the lono-establishfjd r&
liable Clairvoyant and Astrologist. glvi* better satisfaction
in all affairs of life than any one in the profession
; tells the past, present and future destiny- gives
advice and assistance on all matters awertsfning to
business, love and matrimony. Residence lmo 11th
street northwist. Cars pans the door. Consultation
fee?Ladies, $1; Gentlemen. $1. oc20
WHO IS THE MOST RELIABLE AND LONOEsf8pei?"liKt
in *??<* ? Why. |>r.
?nul HERS is?over thuty-two 3"ears??t 906 B st. ?.w.
bworti to bwow A. C. Kkiiftrds, Justice ut Fetoe.
octi-Im
DR. ROBERTSON 8PECIALIST AND CONFIDENtial
Consul tin* Fliyaraan tor Ladies and Gentlef/tJL
Twenty jears ex|>erience. Eveiy Wedxiesday and
Saturday from 2 to 9 p. m.. at 456 C stm?t nortbw.*t.
Honorable and scientific treatment guaranteed. Main
office. 30 North Liberty st.. Baltimore. Md. au27-ittu
Mme brooke^ toxh ait. the events of
life All business confidential. Ladies and Gentlemen
50 cents each. 40b l street, between 4th and ML
streets northwest. ^ jrJ4-30w
attorneys;
GOODRICH, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 124 DE VRZ
born stnet, Chicago. Advice fioe. Eurhu??
years' experience. Business quietly and legally transacted.
nuut
S^TC&5IA^ER, NOTARY BCBUC AND
ATTORNEk' FOR RENTS.
jy2 CM La. ave.. next to City P.O.
H. MILLER. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Booms 2 and 4 Gun ton Law Building,
472 Louisiana avenue.
Residence. 240 North Capitol street mh29
H. ^ JusUo? of the Peace and Notary Public, I
*16 F strr<? t northwest,
]a4 Warner Building.
(1H.AS. J. GOOCst ,
SOLICITOlf OF PATENTS.
Counsellor at Law and fexpert. St. Cloud Buildlnr. 9th
und F streets. Good work, pod retcreocea. moderate
charges. n 27-12m
FOR S ALE?LOTS.
P)R SALE CHOICE LOTH, NF.AR WWKTrilU
cle. cheap as the owner t? aH.ut t?' Urr th,. ,s>nr.
try Apply tidsw^-k W* P. YOLRu.i^J
avenue northwest. rW it
JJITLDING LOTS FOR SALEZ
K street. n??r OnrHM'tlfut it- nw.
"X stn-et 1" t?ivn 17th and ISth utrn tu
Mwvjt'lri* ttii avenue. lr(?i?i I4ih Mid IMh atmli '
l.^tb rtnvt ata>rr 4J street
Connecticut nunf, ??> >* R street.
P ?tr?<et near impont Circle.
K i ili Isla'.d aveUU. . l?'tw>?en l4tb *n<1 1Mb Kir,-v4m
N. w V rk a*, iiim ? tw<* 11 ITth and l*ih i-ir.- ?
N w York Mvenne. l? tw.'-n S*th and 10*'i ?tr*?eta
Sunderland Place. between ivibMnvi ami New Hamja
shin avenue.
D Kales >tco t, bet. 17th at an?l 0>nnecti<-nt a\f*ine.
Apply to J \ N Hl'YCE.
o2? -t>t JVIR Pcnus) Ivai'ia a\ en us.
F?R rA, K thirteen lots. its front by
~0?*t>on I' etTMet lv IMh and l<:th *i?> lal
* 7. allfw. cellars dtur In the roiurh;
P\KKKh?? i' ^ iVvv v*'. vT ?f HPruv. N> Cents.
>VKklKA lt>\\ N.SKNI) Ulti 1 ainvt utUU-'Jw
JJ?OR 8 A EE -CORN KM *N111NXIDK U>TS ON \ I W
slur, avenue. noarli oppose. MrWalter Par '
? '* n*idencs. $1 no PARKER 4 Tow nsk\\
* ??< ocanw
I>>R SALE -AN Y-LEOANT li! II I :\.i I/IT ino*
Lit. northeast oonter of Yale and 14th strata n>rUkweat,
will la- i??iht a lietyain within the n< xt *1 dava
utf-liu PANENHOW I.R k SON. P2A> F ?tr??<
FX)R SA LK?MISCEI.LANEOIT8
1>>R SALE-NEW FRENCH PROCESS SOAP FULL
I supply l<>-1)1 X k WU.KINS, Baltimore. It
1JOR 8ALF.-A GOOD PIANO FOR BEGINN LK FOR
$f>3 cash at .VKl H Ktrat southwest. It*
I^OR SALE- TWOCHEAP HORSES RUITARLE Pi >R
any kind of work Apply at Stable In nmr of *14
Pennsylvania avcun. northwest. o?l it*
V?J? BALE-ELEGANT. NEARLY NEW'SQUARR
* Oraud llano, handsome r??? wood oam*, richly
<"*rvJ 1>TV Kiuvrh tou?-. v?t>' fliif alniniMr
l inipn?vt*u.'ut?. Unrur ataudard makf, for
otil> 4sli*0. ca?.ti iiK-huluiK x>vor atid atool, t-oat #4410 la
tt^joutha. ,*opprty ?f h^vnur city,
lWh.'.fcu!*' n i *l wUce ^ i>lANo UkCUAMiR. 4W
1^H)R SALE?SKIJJNO OFT IN H1XTY I>A\H. OLD
iutuiiip Funiitun* t>f tj il^ nptiDii. nn trnut?1 f*tIi?t
riock and bt)t? ?nd feudm. H-'U* and atorv will h?
iortvut. liXi lVnna>lraula avcmu-. o:k) lm*
I~j*OR UUC-AII KI.FX4ANT MEW fm MNOFJR
jv-winK Mat luiif. ahtrhtiy ua.*L witli all mo^lnm miI'l-ovoiuente,
and tiv?- y<?ra_KU*rant?\ for 95). at At h it BACH'S,
corner 7tto ami H atnrt*. S?nd i>?.wt*l and
have It went to your bonne on trial. ?>:?? ;*
I^OR SAI.E DAKK IRON ORKY MARE, 7 VF.AR8
old. lt> Liandh hwh. UK>k |>n in*uni at sh<-nand'<ah
Valley fair for beat aintrle drivt-r. ?ro<?l ?t>l?; aotj..n
and For further i^artx ulara nddn-ns J R
HMrril. PurrwllTille. V*., or E 1> SlICKtV, Nt Marri
HoteL
I^OK SALE?A LADY I)F? I.INTNTTHOI SKK l.liFltifr
uill M'll at private wile all bou?<eh<>Id furuitur?,
iticluditu* (mix and beiidUiK Call at 1715 Vermont av#HIM*
uortljweiit. ?
I>'R SALE?A PAIR OF FINE <' A RRJ A< F. IIOHMW
.Al'riy at Mita.C. P. PATTERSON s |.U. , . lioundary
and 6tb n. e., hetw^n 12 in. and '1 y. tn. n'<9t-2tt*
V>OR SALE?FINE CARRIAOE OR OOITE llORSK;
M youtur Muldh* and diivuur manr; eaten^um-top e*rria^i-;
lMtsk< 1'??' ' toi:, and a?d< sa.1.11.' rlt'-ap
for tuish. l>y BARTLETT. 1 aiui H atreeta ui7-iit*
t^OR SALEIjorit*
and Rlake Orvan
Solid wall.ut C tst and m h quality of tone, j rhv. ?,Vk
on easy pay u? utb.
? F O SMITH.
o27-6t * 1103 Pennsylvania avi-nue.
I^OR SALE SKVFRATT 1 INI RIDING. DRIVING
and Work Hura* Ala.), one |<air hn?- inatcle-d
Rosidxtora, and two extra fine <vu|>e llorwv 1H"MI'SON"S.
corner 9Ui and O atrwt** tiorthweat. o2T> lui
1^*OR 8ALE?CHEAP. FOR W ANT OF lTSF BV Pltlvate
party, 4-m?t ranopy Iljieton, 2 tvletirated J li.
Brewster At C<i'? N. Y top Bii?rir,i*, 1 r-nurU top f >r
?|?*<diliir. weikThimr 14."? lha eost i.VI ?r<> d h# ix w.
AUmj, K< ntiK'ky tit hiiiur and Mare, Uautitnl and p?'rf'
tiy broken to saddle and harmtw. for la?l\ or ?n-nti?nien.
Wry HU|xnor aniuiala. Apply at Aruutrum Stabh*.
1.24 O nt n w. oet'J6-t>t
1>)R SAI.E-AT A I'RE AT liAlt. IAIN. SEVEN
hundred poanda of New Noni>tmil Ty wh)< h han
never been lined I? already l?ox<il rend\ to la laid tn
tlie (Wo. '1 he latter fuiliitsh<xl, if dt?Ui<xl Al 1'lv at r
The Star ofti*. oi'? iw
I^OR HALE-AT A SACRIFICE ONEBEM'TIFFL
weven-ortave, trii>ple atriin^. four r-'imd . otn.-r
earyi-<t ! ?. rone wood 4 Chiekenuv Ilsno, tor i?17."% rwh.
O. L. WII.D & BRO., 7(W 7th ftnvt north?ri?t o'Jt? 2a*
1X)R SALE?ASTRONOMICAI. T ELESCt?PE. 3 '
ineh Obt.vtive Terrestrial and C? l<f?tial Fw -i'i:^*,
on fine stand, com! price ?75. H. H 111 MpLER'j}
r yesitrht Store. 4i>;i l*a ave. m ti:? .??*
)R S Al .E^l X i I PE1 .ETTF v CO I I 1 S \ \ D co I 1 -K
Hih'kaways. alao a latve stock of l'onv Caits Road
Carts. Jninp Soats Top Pluetona ToparniN" I "t Riu'Pw
Sleiirhs. I"ur Rolw* and Harn<?s. 1'. D. SCH >111? T
& CO.. 4t>f' Pennsylvania avenue. ulH-itai
P*OR (SALE?A <iOOD>.ART-lloRsF A SINOLE
i turnout; horse safe; any lady ? an drive him. Also.
a lanre stock of liors?* and ?wrri.i*!vs for sale, en nature
or for hire. No trouble to show (foods and terma to
suit. W . F. OE\ I.R, 4tW and 47(J C street northw. st olO
P?OR SALE-LARGK~STOCK OF M W'ANM SE?%
J. ond-liand Carrnures, Bumries atid Phaetons. thr>*
( oui*-s. Oiirrni'i* in first-class order l en Trade W aeon*
built of best material.
Al! this work will be sold at redneed prle<*
l'ju torj-. 324(1 Proapect avouue; li. lnasitory. 1230 Hlrt
strei-t. \\?*t WaMlnnirton.
iK-H-lm J AS E TROBEY.
I^<>R SALE?CANARY BIRDS-IMPORTED HARE
Mountain Canary Bini*. 1aii?- miiin pi. very rh?m|> at
the Bir I Store. 11:W ith iiurthvs?-?t, Ik n Lund
M stre?-ts. S. HARTBRLCHT. oe3 lm*
1jH?R sale or kx<:ua*;i: i uavk uomf or
the nieest. handsom.*t stylr* of Carriatr?-s CartH.
HsinieMs. RoU?. Whips, kc.. in this city at pn -i? that
will Justify parties to bear this advertisement in mind
wii+'i) tin'y fro out to huy. G(k>A work <ni>i
K? pairing and Vuiutni^ i>roit5rlj att?tud?-d iv. Aooum-'
liJodatuiK teruia. S. J MEEKS.
#521 O stiv-et iiorthwHBt.
I^OR SALE -THE LAROEST STOCK OF FALL AND
W inter Carriatfea. new and nneotid-hand , la?.*t styles
d lowest prieea. Call and ekaniine la Ion. puit liasiajr.
JOHN M. iOLNG. 313 6th street. ocS-Uui*
Ij*OR SALE?NEW AND SECOND-HAND CARRE
ees. enilirwiUK tb?* various styles suitable for fall
atid winter tiae. Sivond-hand Cou|? |etts 1 juidauh tta
and Coupe tUxrKawaya always in aUa k. Call and euuinebt'x
k and prices before pun hasinK
Repairing promptly attends I to
ROBT. n GRAHAM.
ReiHwiu?r> and Factory.
_*>r' 410-416 Mh street northwest.
F>R RALE?SEVERAL FINE IIORSE8T LARGE ^
variety liukmi-s. ex)Ui?*. lan>iau? and >uinp-s--at earriaK>*;
fine English saddle and bridle. DottNEt H,
1<?20 L street northwest me{>l
P? SALE-A LARGE S7YX^~7)F H ALIA N MARble
and Orauit4' Monnni. ids Heatlstoiew. Vbm?? etc.
Mouum^ta cleaned and letu-ntl in ivuieUriw W'
RUTHERFORD & CO., I*a. ave..cor. 21st st. a; 2n #uj*
~ BOOKS, &Z
HaltM'8 Economy C/ook BopE.
Onb Thockand to be Soi.n at lOr. Em
Th?,?e books contain 351 I "aires and ae',1 r?*ularly at 4
7ac. We offer then: lor the bejiellt of our customer* at 10c.
Wcalao caU special attention to the fart that we sell
all of the laUat pubU.ationa at ruduccd prices. The following
just ruotived:
Queenie Hetherton. by Mary 3. Holmes.
Moute Rosa by Starr H NiehoU.
Einemon's I^isaya. tic., Eivendde edition.
But Yet a Woman l?y A. S Hardy
Banned and Be-sw-d trnnslat<il by Mrs W later
Elsie's New Relations, by Mjc tLa Fuiley.
We still continue the sale of our 8vo publi atl ioa?
retrular j?ri<v, UJc.; our prkw. 1A-.
BAUM'S B(X)K DEPARTMENT.
416 7th str<?et northwest.
^EW RELIGIOUS BOOKS.
Sermons Preaohwditi EjnrllahChni-lies.by Rev Phillips
Brooks; Bible Study, by Bii^rira. Family Worship. !>y
Lyinan Abbott: The Freedom i.f i altli. bv MuiiKUT:
Philosophy and Christianity, l?v Morris f> -trine of
the Saeivd 8criptu."?* 2 vols . by La*ld . Ctinsttaii Charity
In the .Viitieiit Cliait Ji. by UpUioru; The is ri|?turalldws
of Man, by Mark iiopkuis.
\?M. BALI.A N TV NE k BOS.
ol? ?28 7th Street.
The cottaoe eitchen. by mar ion harland;
His Sombre Rivals, by Rev. E. P ItoeSteJ.h?*n.
M. D . by author of Wide. W id* World*
Elsie's New Relations, a new 12sie book; Lovell'x b?a-'
sHle and Stamhird Libraruas, In book Jortu.
C. C. PURS ELL,
. 41B V'th street north wait.
New Law Books.
Patentability of luvutiuw. (Merwia.)
Brown on Donvstie lt?\laUona.
Rent rain t son Alienation (Gray )
Jleld on O'Ustitntion and Juriadletlon of U. H Court*
AL'Ioik; on I4eal IToiierty Trials
MiHci-llaneous:?Ola M' jcii o and Her Lost Pivvinces.
Fortiu:?'s Fool (Julian Hawthorn.) Ewen. I n in. nttn
(Lonis Gonse ? A \ear uf Sunshine (Kate Sani^ra.)
otofT of Roland (Janiw Baldwin.) BoiinyU-U Vans
(John EsU-n Cook ) Bann?l and BI ?* <! (Mrs VSistar.) ,
I wo 1 ears at Hillsboro' (Julia Nelaou.) Ly rics ot lifth
Century. Chaucer to Buriia.
W. H MORRISON,
on 475 Pennsylvania avenue.
Dempsey^ ^
WEDDING STATIONERY.
Fashionable, Neat and OhoWstyles, and the finest Slack
umJ
inn PIRDTS ENGLISH CARDS printed from plate
for tL
8iaPENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
ofi-lin Bi-twivn 9th and inth stfeta.
tiCRAP PICTURES.
J J w liorijl^ 421 <J\ u st wum-kj.h1. va~ ^
n-ty ol Rel*< WIu SciapUa kli?'tun?. Birthday
tjanls. Eaper DiJls. FYench Tnanie i*aj? r IK .n't torv?t
U> buy some ltetmv* toi ttie"iittl. lolks" w ratibook .m*
H. D B4M- " ~ 4
IMPORTER AND TAILOR.
FALT. AND WINTER GOODS RECEI\'E1?. 1
G< r.tlrmeji who hare had trouble tn frctttxvr fitted saA ' j
suiteil are aivitcd to caRat the Iashi<H; Hota*.
aepl 1111 Pa. Avs^ W aahinKton. D. g
QNE DOTTLE OF
ARMY AND NAVY WUTSKT.
To Invalids.
Is worth s <V,*ei. ol Uu- so-called Hitt?^<?.
Hold only by c. W1)"MER,
"^7 If 18 Pa- am
J* Tomii. ^ I
LAD*1? TAILOR,
cclO lm So. ?09 E sUtat "ifhwl
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