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THE EVENING STAR
VA8HIHOT O X:
February 13, 1M5.
CROSBY S. XOTES Editor.
Tile Errn tns Star ba? s regular, permanent
bon* Bde dailj circulation more than treble
thai of any other daily paper published in
Waahiaftou, and equal to that of all the
ther daily paper* here ridded loqpther.
The Doable-Sheet To-morrow.
The demand fur space in the advertising columns
of Thk Stak Is unusually large for this
eaiw.n of the year, and advertisers will confer a
ffcvor by lending in their orders as early as practicable
to Insure Insertion and classilication In
to-morrow's issue.
Mr. Randall notified the House last Friday
that he wished to occupy the present week in
the consideration of three appropriation bills,
the post office, legislative and sundry civil.
But It is now Friday, and the House has yet to
consider the iuo?t important sections of the
llrst of the three bills. It is quite possible,
therefore, that the House will find itself able to
accomplish only one-third of Mr. Randall's
stint. It will be remembered, also, that Mr.
Randall told the House that It "would not be
free from public criticism" If it did not pass all
the appropriation bills and send them to the
Senate "by the 'J'Jd to the 25th of this month."
It Is now the 13th and three holidays intervene
before the 25th, so that only nine legislative
days are left between to-day and the limit
of grace which Mr. Randall set. Five long and
Important bills remain to be acted upon, some
of them certain to excite controversy. It must
be apparent to every one, therefore, that no
time Is to be wasted unless the House is to get
badly behindhand with its necessary business.*
The practical usefulness of life-saving precau
tlons in manufactories and other hives of human
life is strikingly illustrated by the statistics of
Industry in Germany. The ratio of casualties U
een to be governed by the extent to which these
appliances are employed. In districts where
precautionary measures are disregarded, either
through Ignorance or penurlousness, the death
rate mounts to forty, fifty and even sixty per
cent, in the total number of accidents, while in
thoie regions where safeguards are In general
use, the death-rate falls to five and even three i
percent. These figures bear their own moral. |
More lives, it seems, are sacrificed to carelessBess
an.i greed than to all the legitimate risks ;
of Industry. The subject is one that might profitably
be studied by the new bureau of labor.
The working-man has the right to Jje protected
at his occupation by every reasonable defense,
and this right is one which should be guaranteed
to him by the law.
The street railroad has its faults, and they are
neither few nor small. But Its convenience
saves it and makes it. in tact, an essential feature
of modern civilization. Take, as an example
of its popular use, the statistics of last year's
traffic In >"ew York city. Altogether 28-1,115,-!
862 passengers were carried, or very nearly a
total equal to the population of the city multi- i
plied into the days of the year. The omnibus
traffic is relatively insignificant, and all other
styles of conveyance do not make a drop In the
bucket 4
The general use of the street cur Is. moreover,
steadily and rapidly Increasing. Ia New Y'ork
the traffic has nearly doubled in amount in ten
years, and has increased thirty-three per cent
In four years. With these facts in view, it is
evident that street railroad franchises are not
to be thrown away.
The Indignation of the republic in Senators at
Mr. Edmunds' comment on the extent of his
official powers at the electoral count was very
short-lived. The revolt, like some ot' those In the
Panama states, lasted one day. Ha\ ing slept
on their grievance, they perceived that it was
not a crying sin in Mr. Edmunds to refuse by
Implication to assume a power which the Sen- |
ate has formally recognized does not now exist i
by seeking to incorporate that very power in
legislation now pending. It is disgraceful that !
Congress has let the "whole subject of the elec- ;
toral count drift for eight years, but not at all ,
disgraceful that a republican Senator had the
nerve to remind Congress sharply of its inefficiency.
The Senate must look out for Its dignity. It
has always been supposed that the "upper
chamber'' was very strong in that line, while
the House has a bad name for free-and-easy
manners. Hence, the Senators ought to feel
the rebuke administered to them yesterday by
the House foreign affairs committee, which has
voted that It is "beneath the dignity of the
House" to pass a dynamite resolution similar
In tone to that adopted with only one dissenting
voice in the Senate. Can it be, after all,
that Mr. Rlddleberger is the only dignified
Senator?
The "practical politicians" of New York city
are finding out that the civil service reformers
mean business, and that their local spoils are in
danger. It would be asking too much to expect
them to yield without a tight for life; and that
they are working so earnestly is a very granting
proof that the reforms are going into prac- i
tlcal operation, and that the bosses feel their
end approaching.
There is no probability of any legislation on
silver at this session, and it is not through fear j
that any may be enacted that the silver men j
are bestirring themselves to influence President-elect
Cleveland on the subject. They are
looking rather to the future. Mr. Cleveland is
Just now making up his mind on several impor- j
tint subjects, his silver policy among them,
and it is reported that when he has settled his
views on a given point they are apt to " stay
put." Accordingly, it is thought to be of inif*>rtance
that the President-elect should take at
least a neutral position on silver.
We have lately had "an American countess "
and now we have a genuine American princess,
as Mi*s Mackey has become the wife of Prince j
Colonna. The young people, they say, are fond
of each other, the two families are complacent,
and it is nobody else's particular business. Still,
there are so many impecunious young men at
home that it seems a little unpatriotic in the
Mackeys to throw all their money away on a
foreigner, even if one of his ancestors did steal
the pillar to which the Saviour was bound when
scourged by the order ol 1'ilate.
The roll of England's losses in her Soudan
campaign is already notable in distinguished
names. Not to si>eak of the killing of Hicks in
the earlier campaign, the list already includes
Gordon?whose death is almost certain?Earle>
Burnaby. Eyre. Coulnev and other officers of
high rank. Gen. Stewart also lies badly wounded.
The Egyptian war ouirht to be popular
among ambitious young officers who believe in
death or promotion.
Last year was remarkable for the number of
books published, the total being 4.0S8, or thirteen
daily, exclusive of Sundays. In Iss3 there
were 3.481 books Issued altogether. The most
notable item of increase was in fiction, the total
for 1884 standing 943 against 670 for 18S3.
This would indicate that there were three novels
a day published all tlWough the year, but a large
portion of the total number were undoubtedly
reprints, in a cheap form, of foreign works of fiction.
An Increase is not iced in the departments
of law, education, poetry, science, and domestic
life, and a decrease in medicine, travel, history,
and humor.
There has l>een some talk of cutting Mr. Randall
out of bis district under the new apportionment
law in Pennsylvania, but it has come to
nothing. Mr. Randall s faithful city wards In
Philadelphia are k..-pt intact, and they will,
doubt!es?.keep their Representative in Congress
as long as he cares to stay there.
... W.M. SflCSTER Sons.
OAVXK3 AND TVLT.E.
fit RAH IN NKW K V>'\1 \ii slIitiFV
CANTON C HE PES. ALL <wTi? *"ADES.
SATIN iND OTTOMANS.
HANDSOM tVi LVi-.T DliEfefcj KkijNTS.
PEARL HEADS.]> DRESS *K< )X rs
^SPECIAL iJARuAlNS IN BLACK SILK VEL24-INCH
BLACK STT.K VELVETS? i.'?
BLACK i>AriJS DCCHKSt?, IX ALL or VLITIES
AT CiREAT BARGAIN*. viiAunts,
y^BOCADE VELVETS, REDUCED FROM $4 TO
^BIUJCADE velvets, reduced FROM S.OOTO
YAX^BvEI^I AT TUE BEST
k^&Tand ?&&? ?&fcISLE Hu53EFOK
I>AYW 0001X5 AKK bKINU OPENED EVERY
VISITEB AND CLOAKS LESS THAN COST.
W. M. SHUSTER A SONS,
ONE PRICE. 019 Pennsylvania Avenue.
N R?THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. f?
Mnrs ^ EW Hosiery.
Silks in BIscjc sad Colors, oalv $12 per dozen.
Jtnty Top*, In pimii colon, onl^r
** ' _W. S. TEEL.
Ja37 036 Pennsylvania avenue.
Turing .Along The B oys!
OUR SUIT AND OVERCOAT DEPARTMENT
isfarrly running over with bargains.
AND NOW 19 THE TIME TO LAY IN SUPPLIES
WHILE THE PRICES are do wn "lower THAN
YOU'I) MAKE THEM YOURSELVES IF YOU
had the chance.
OXE-QUARTER OFF ON OVERCOATS,
and some suits at less than half PRICE.
we can cl( (the them all AT prices THAT
will m ak e it worth your while to come
a long way to buy, and we don't care
wilat sort of a BOY it is you BRING with
you.
THE BAD BOY.
THE GOOD BOY.
the small boy.
THE LA HUE BUY.
the two-year-old boyseventeen-year-old
boy.
the romping boy.
THE STUDIOUS B<>Y.
wWn >roTHKR WA*M9 Hm
THi; lit > Y WHOM PAPA PETS.
riJr?,^ v Wilu ? GOING WEST TO SCALP
INDIANS WHEN HE GROWS UP.
^ THE , BOY WHO PLAYS TRUANT FROM
SCHOOL AND GOES FISHING.
tiie llov who weahs OUT THE REAR OF
HIS trowsers sliding on CELLAR DOORS.
the stu"' at as*.
A. SAKS & CO.,
one-price clothiers,
**3 316 and 318 7th street.
w ITnoCT IiEGARD To C OST. j
W. M. SHUSTER & SONS
THEIR STOCK OF LADIES CLOAKS,
NEWMARKETS. JERSEY JACKETS. PLUSH
SACQUES. WITHOUT REGARD To COST. COLORED
AND BLACK VISITES AT HALF-PRICE;
i?l'VT ,T, VISITES REDUCED FROM $65 TO $35.
THE PKICE ASKED FOR THESE BEAUTIFUL
GOODS \\ OULD NOT BUY THE MATERIAL
. iv'e a,t'e DETERMINED TO CLOSE OUR STOCK
AND ARE MA KINO GREAT SACRIFICES. NOT
BUT e LEO ANT GARMENTS AT
HALF THEIR VALUE.
mourning visites very low.
w. m. shuster & sons,
?10 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
one price.
N.B.-T1IE BEST IT THE CHEAPEST. fl3-6t
X ew Spring Dress (toods.
We are now daily receiving New Dress Goods In all
the new and desirable shade*, including Tan, Ecru and
Fawn, Modes. <?c. We quote specially?
00 pieces 3S-inch All-Wool Flannel Suitings, In the
following colors. Black. Green, Myrtle, Navy. Ecru,
Tan, Mode, Fawn. <Sc., only 45a per yard. We have
heretofore considered these an excellent bargain at
5?.ie. per vard.
M atellassf FLANNELS. 29r. We have at last
succeeded in obtaining another invoice of those fine
Matelasse or Basket Cloths, with which we had such
success some time ago. Colors comprise Cream Pink,
Cerulean Blue. Scarlet, Maxenta, Dregs of Wine, Navy,
Myrtle Green, Garnet and French Blue, onlv 129c. per
yard.
COLORED BROCADE VELVETS. We have
opened a splendid line of Colored Brocadc Velvet*, in
lawn, Lhfht Brown. Seal, Garnet. Mode, Saphir and
Castor. Beautiful effects. Oniy i'J.oO per yard. Colored
Snks and Rhadames to match the above shades.
Aiso, tine Black Brocade Velvets, in handsome designs,
oniy |i25p?r vard.
WOODWARD <k LOTHROP,
BOSTON DRY GOODS HOUSE,
ONE PRICE ONLY.
P'-l Pa. ave. [fe!3] 912 D st.
Hoi .ly Tree-' ^VXuslins. i
BLEACHED MUSLINS are cheap. There is no
doubt of this. Our Greatest Aim, and in fact our
Greatest Success Iip.s been to place before our customers
Goods of intrinsic merit at the Lowest Possible
Price.
With ANDROSCOGGIN at Scents. FRUIT OF
THE LOOM at W cents ami NEW YORK MILLS at
H> rents it would seen; folly for any manufacturer to
try to produce another Cotton Equally as i 'Leap, vet It
ha*? been attempted and Successfully. We have undertaken
the task of introducing these goods solely
on account of what we believe to be thei.- Intrinsic
\ alue, and we now otfer them to our customers, the
inducement being at Least TWO CENTS in value
over and above any other goods at the same price in
the market.
:i?>-irch "HOLLY TREE" SKIRTING.... Sc.
:tt?-inch "HOLLY TREE" SHIRTING 9c.
36-inch "HOLLY TREE' CAM BRir lUc.
9-S"HOLLY TREE" MUSLIN lie
5-4 "HOLLY TREE" MUSLIN 12W
80-iuch "HOLLY TREE"' PERCALE l5c.
(Third Floor. Take the Elevator.)
WOODWARD A* LOTHROP,
BOSTON DRY GOODS HOUSE,
One Price Only,
921 Pa. ave. [fl3j 912 D St.
Specially Ojtood \ alues
in
ladies' MUSLIN under we
40 doz. Indies' Muslin Nlijht Robes, with four clusters
of tucks. Hamburg ruilleon neck and sleeves, actual
value PS cents. Our Price. T5c. each.
05 doz. Ladiea Muslin Night Robes, in three different
patterns; one with all-over embroidered yoke front;
one handsomely trimmed wittf torchon lace, and one
with a solid tucked yoke front, haudsomelv trimmed
around the neck and sleeves with Hamburg embroidery,
prettiest garments ever offered for the money.
Only $1 each.
40 dot Ladies' Muslin Chemise, square voke. three
insertions, and four clusters of line tucks, actually
worth l>8c. each. Oniy 75c. each.
Second Floor. Take the elevator.
"WOODWARD ? LOTHROP,
BOSTON DRY GOODS HOUSE
921 Ta. av. One Price Only. 912 D st fl3
1 la SEWING SILK VEILING.?( olors:LbdUL
A "i Medium and Dark slate. Light and Dark Heire
Medium and Lark Brown. Light. Medium and Dark
Blue. Cardinal. Garnet, White ami Black. Only 25c.
per yd. As these goods have heretofore been sold at
3.^.-.. customers will appreciate th- aljovt low price.
14 in. itlack Brussels Nc-c Wiling, w ith hand-run dots,
omv 2oc. per yd. Ctiw Lisse Kaching: i*lack with
cgoiu stitching, black with silver stitching, white with
gold stitchln*. white with silver stitching. Only 25c
P^r yd., actual lv worth 37\c. per vd. illack Pleaded
Lace extra value, 25c. per yd. iVo rood values in
Children s Collars: 50doz. Children's white and printed
Pique Turn-over Collars, all sizes, la to 14 inches;
7c. each, 4 for 25c. 50 <ioz. Children's printed Pique'
Sailor Collars, all si>e?, 12 to 13^ inches; 7c. each. 4
for liSc.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
BOSTON DR V G?JO!>S HOUSE.
ONE PRICE ONLY.
921 Pa. Ave. [fI3j 912 D St.
-A. >. ew Soap
at the
BOSTON DRY GOODS nOUSF.
The celebrated manufacturers, < "LGATE A CO.,
hav,. nunl-a nev. soup. This alone is r-.-cutmnendat;on
enough. W will en!-- add that it is called "Dermal
s<;**p. and that the ;:i*'i>*<lieiitsustil an 1 the careful
method with which tnev Lave been prepared,
class.-, it at the beaU of any'so- ailed in ?oaw in
the market. Softens aiij whitens the skin, prevents
ini .itioi?. pure :C nualit) . arid mild and pleasant in its
'." cts. "The vejji 'able Oils of which it Lsmadevieid
a oap so n. I'd and pure that it may be used by evervciiw
with it'lvai'T and porticulnrlv those who are
troubled with ieiajet nev or irritab.h ty oftlie skin."
w?.k>i>w.m;:j i.otiirop
BOSTON I'llV GOODS HOUSE.
ONE PRICE ONLY.
921 Pa. ave. ffl3] 912 D st.
Final mark down in curtain laces
?t bo'iuht them cheap, but bought too many.
22c. quality falls to 17c. 45c. qualitv falls to 37i-C.
J.>c, nualny fail- to 2Uc. ftOc. iiualitv tap?d. to 3?i?c.
quailtv falLs to 25c. 75c. quality fails to 'iOc
1 hey cannot last very lor.g at the above prices. An
ei'.rlv cul, ?o.iei.ed. in ?'i.?nrie?_'tic,n with the above we
shall .jtier pairs "iiiKiiguratloL;' I.ace Curtains, in
b< th white and ecru. Only 06c. p*.-r pair.
(Third door: Take the elevator.,?
WOODWARD Jt LOTHROP,
BOSTON DRY GOOI>S HOUSE.
ONE PRICE ONLY.
921 Pennsylvania ave. rfl3j 912 D st.
J? or Inaugural Decorations.
r Lao prints,
RED, WHITE AND BLUE
BUNTINGS
At the lowest prices.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
boston i?ky gooi)s house.
One Price Only.
921 P*- ?ve. [fey] 012 D st
MISS A. O'CON NELL, MODISTE,
(IJUe of New York City),
Is prepared to make Evening and Reception Dresses
Special care gn en to Inauguration liah Dresses.
Street S;!i?-? a spe? ii?lti.*.
Perfect tit guaranteed.
7j?7G STREET, opposite patent office.
f ebruary For Trowsers.
THE FEATURE OF FEBRUARY CLOTHING
trade is new trowsers. almost every
man needs. or will soon need, new
trowsers. we have hundreds of pairs
of every grade $5 or $6 buys good
enough trowsers for anybody, and a
man who l>oes rough work can get
what he needs for half as much, before
ordering an expensive pair of
TRi wsers I rom your tailor see what
we Lo for you in our finest grades at
$7, ?o, #9.
george spransy,
607 Seventh Street,
Opposite U. 8. Post Office.
WTbe name In White Letters on the windows. f2
f urs j\.nd w raps ualT OoST. '
We will offer the balance of our stock of
seal sacques and wraps at cost.
sealsacques at S100, f 1.15.$125, $140,9160,
f l.SU ^nd $2UU.
mink and squirrel circulars and RUSSIAN
circulars at $50, $?a> and $75.
A Few QUILTED-LINED GARMENTS at 30 p?r
cent less than coat. All genuine reductions. At
WILLETT <ft RUOFF,
hatters and furriers,
^ 906 Pennsylvania ave.
f 1unn1ngham, hatter,
\i^4^Y.T? Style Block.
eWd bl 1 H ^t n i ^ 01(1 tt7>Iaa
The Ten Dollars Sum
ARE NEARLY ALL GONE.
THEIR MANIFEST VALUE STIMULATED
ai-TM
Though these Salts have almost disappeared, I yet
have plenty of the
ten DOLLAR OVERCOAT?,
in both light and heavy weights; also of extra good
value; so good that the? are rapidly following the Ten
Dollar Salts.
I have also reduced the price on higher value
suits and overcoats,
and of the former I have made soma excellent, stylish
and seasonable articles, to be sold for the low Agar* of
fifteen dollars,
to meet a popular demand. Soma Diagonal' Bolts
among them.
It may pot money In your pockets to boy now.
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS REDUCED TO 36 CTS.
HENNINO,
the clothier,
410 seventh street fo!3
(treat Bargains.
About 300 pairs Ladies' Fine Corraoo Kid Button
shoes on narrow last (b), at f 1.50 that sold for doable.
Ladies* House SLIPPERS. 40.50 and 75 cents.
Our $*2 Gent's SHOES in Button, Laced and Congress.
Equals anv $2.50 shoe in the market.
Our $lGlrls' and Boys' School SHOES, all leather.
Call and see the Bargains, at
1914 aud 1910 Pennsylvania ave.
H2 J. W. SKLBfr.
J W Boteler <fc Son
Have just opened a new assortment of
DINNER AND TEA SETS.
Heavy Cut and Engraved Glass.
Antique Brass Goods.
Table Cutlery, Plated Ware.
Aud general House Furnishing Goods, to an Inspection
of which they invite attention.
i. w. BOTELER A SON,
f!2-5t 923 Pennsylvania ave.
Carriages. carriages.
CARRIAGES.
A large stock of new and second-hand Carriages at
very lrw prices. Several light one-horse Coupeiettes.
Other close aud Open Carriages In great variety.
Repairing promptly attended to.
_ ROBERT h. graham,
f!2-3t Repository and Factory, 410-41# 8th st. n.w.
valentines,
in all styles
ASD.
manufactures,
AT
CHAPMAN'S,
fll-3t 915 Pennsylvania avenue.
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embroidered flouncings,
worth from 35 to 50 cents yard,
to BE CLOSED out
at 25 cents a yard.
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Our late special sale of Embroideries left us with a
few odil pieces of Embroidered Flounclngs, all of which
are desirable patterns, aud a great many are made on
the Nainsook and Swiss material. To make room for
another new Invoice, we market! the abov% at such
low price as will insure quick salco.
KID GLOVES.
We take pleasure in announcing the arrival of a
second lot of our celebrated "Mousquetuires," 12, 14.
16 and 20 button lengths. In the mo6t exquisite Opera
and Tan Shades, at attractive prices.
call and examine them!
Our entire assortment of "Harris Seamless" 7-hook
KID GLOVES, opera shade*,reduced from $1.75 to $1.
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410 7th STREET northwest. 110
At Cost: At Cost
Our whole stock of Dry Goods at cost to make room
for remaining stock of J. A. LUTTRELL dt CO. on
March 1. We name a few special bargains
1.500 pieces Colored Silk Velvet Ribbons, No. 5,
25c. a piece: usual price $1.
60 pieces Furniture Cretons, 15c.: usual price 25c.
100 pairs 11-4 White Blankets, $3.75; usual price $5.
A full stock Silks, Satins, Cashmeres and Tricots,
all at cost.
GEO. J. JOHNSON,
flO 713 Market Space.
The Soreheads
Say that we are only Agents. Well, we admit
the soft impeachment, aud cheerfully
confess that we are THE only agents
OF THE PEOPLE
In the District of Columbia in our particular
and peculiar line of business?to wit:
ManuAtciurers and Dealers in
FINE READY-MADE CLOTHING.
We are particular to select only such material
as we know will give entire satisfaction
as to wear. We are particular ss to
style. We are particular its to make "and
Cnlsb, and our peculiarity consists in seeing
that no customer is dissatisfied with his
purchase; that no one lu our employ attempts
to force upon a customer any garment
with which he is not well pleased; that
our purpose is to reverse the methods o'
Sharpers, Tricksters and Hypocrites who
seek to impress upon their employes that
Good Salesmanship does not consist in selling
a customer what he wants, but in forcing
upon him What He Does Not Want, and
to that end offer premiums to their dependents
or stipendiaries to Shove Oir old unsalable
and undesirable garments on the uninitiated.
That is what They call
BUSINESS.
For an Illustration of how smoothly,
pleasantly, agreeably and handsomely the
Reverse method works, attend the
red letter sale
AS
A D L E R'S
10 per cent 10
clothing house,
927 and 929 Seventh street northwest,
Corner Massachusetts Avenue.
strictly one price,
W Open evenings until 9; Saturdays ootll 11. 19
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New Banner and Screen Valentines, 5c. to 50c.
New Scrap pictures, French Transfers for silk,
Easter ana Birthday Cards; Favors, French Tissue
Papers. Don't forget to buy something for the "Little
Folks." J. JAY GOULD,
f7-7t 421 9th street, near Pa. ave.
W ILSON'S F AMOUS ?jj>3.50
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The demand In Baltimore has been greater than the
supply and are still booming, and now we propose to
give the Washlngtonians a chance to boy these Famous
Shoes for Ladles and Gentleman.
For Ladles we also make to measure a fine HandStltchcd
Shoe at $5.00.
For Gentlemen we make to measure oar oelebrated
Waakenphast at 90.00.
F. H. WILSON, Custom Shobmakxb,
409 7th Street Northwest, Washington.
Also 383 W. Baltimore it, Baltimore, mo. d88
WANTED?HELP.
WXNTED^FIRST-CL ASSBARBER~AT WORM- :
ley * Hotel barter shop. None other need apply.
?. D. COX, proprietor. lt? ]
ANTED-A WOMAN TO COOK, WASH ANT) ;
Iron: must go home at night; reference required.
Apply 2210 H St. 1I.W. fl3-2t* 1
WAXTFD-A COMPETENT AND RELIABLE
Chanrbermald and Waitress; city references required.
Cull before la o'clock at 172, 19th at. n.w.
?13-2t*
ANTED^AX HONEST, RELIABLE PERson
for general housework. Good reference required.
Call at 1303 M st. n.w., after 4:30p.m. fl3-2t?
WANTED?A WOMAN' TO COOK, WASH AND
Iron: must be strong and a good cook. Refer
ences required. Apply at 005 P St. u.w. fl2-3t
ANTED?A WHITE WOMAN TO COOK,
wash and Iron for a family of five persons; no <
other housework required. To a competent persou,
highest wages given. Apply at 717 12th st.n.w.il2-8t*
WANTED?LAD1ES AND YOUNG GTRLS, IN i
city or country, to do entirely new kind of ftmcy :
work at home; work sent by mall; distance no objection;
steady employment; good salary; no canvassing;
no stamp required for reply. Address EMPIRE ,
MANUFACTURING CO., 767 Washington St., Boeton,
Mass. f!2-6t? j
W ANTED-A BOY, 16 TO 18 YEARS, WITH :
city references, to make himself useful in the
house and drive. Call after 5 p.m., at 2018 G st. n. i
3^ f!2-2t? j
WANTED?IN EVERY RESPECT A FIRST- :
class GlrL Must be a good cook and house girl:
two In a ftimlly; no laundry work; must have bert of
references. 591 st. n.w. fll-3t*
W~ ANTED-A REGISTERED DRUG CLERK; '
competent and good habits and references required
Apply .W. T. CRESWELL A CO., 501 East ;
Capitol street. fll-3t* j
WANTED?WHITE AND COLORED WOMEN
cooks, $10 to $20; chambermaids, nurses, general
workers, scrub and kitchen girls, men cooks.
PRICE (ft COOMBS, Employment and Room Renting
Agonts, 920 F st. n.w. Ja21-*w* !
WANTED-THOSE IN WANT OF RELIABLE
help and situations, male and female, cooks, laborers.
clerks, housemaids, and all positions of trust, 1
apply to or address National Employment and Room
Renting Agency, licensed office, 006 Louisiana ave.
n.w. Ja31
WANTED?LADIES AND GENTLEMEN AT
once, In city, town or village, to lake pleasant '
work at their own homes; can be done during the leisure
hours or hs steady work; we give constant employment
and a good salary; no canvassing: no hum- i
Lug. Address, with stamp, J. FOWLER CO., Bos- 1
ton. Mass.. P. O. Box 5.117. Ja24-21t*
ANTED?LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, IN
city or country, to take light work at their own j
homes: $3 to $-1 a day easily made; work sent by i
mall; no canvassing. we have good demand for our
work and furnish steady employment. Address, with
stamp, CROWN M FC* COMPANY, 29-1 Vine St.,
Cincinnati. Ohio. Ja24-30t j
WANTED-LADIE3 AND OENTLEMEN, IN
City or country, to take nice light and pleasant
work at their own homes; $2 to $5 a day easily and
quietly made; work sent by mail; no canvassing: no !
stamp for reply. RELIABLE MANUFACTURING ,
CO., Phlladelpliia. Pa.. Box 1,5?3. jnl4-30t* \
ANTED?LADTES~TO LEARN DRESSMAK^
t V ing by Moody's new tailor system of actual rueas- ,
tire. Price reduced. Dresses made to order bv MISS !
HILBERT^1337 Pennsylvania ave. n.w. jai3-3m
WANTED?LADIES OR GENTLEMAN TO
take li!jht. pleasant work at their own homes: distance
no objectlou. Work sent by mall. $2 to 95 a
day can be quietlv uiade. No canvassing. Please address
GLOBE ALANF. CO., Boston, Mass.. (Box
6,344.) d30-7w
wanted-situationsT"
WANTED - BY A SETTLED WHITE GIRL, :
with reference, a situation to do chumberwork
aud make herself generally useful. Call at 914 1st st.
mw. U*j|
WANTED-A YOUNG GERMAN GRADUATE
of a German gymnasium wishes to learn the
drug biislness. Address DRUGGIST, Star office. fl3-2?
VXT ANTED?BY A SETTLED WHITE WOMAN, i
it a situation as cook and willi:ig to assist in washing
and Ironing; be=t of city references. Address, or
cull at 2418 G st. n.w. 113-2t?
W"ANTED?A SITUATION IN A DRUGSTORE
by a young man of two years experience; good
ad<iress and excellent references. Address "H.,"' care
Dr. M., 920 9th st. n.w. 112-31* <
\T7-AX?ED?BY A WOMAN OF EXPERTENCE, :
> > a position housekeeper. or to v. ait on H la Jy, or
the care of an infant child; good reference. Apply at ;
8lO lbth st. u.w. fl2-St*
"VET"ANTED?SITUATIOX BY RELIA BLE~GEjf <
> > man woman as lady's maid, seamstress or charu
bermaki; spends French: best citv references. Ad
dress Y. X.. Star office. fll-3t* ;
\1TANTED - BY A YOUNG MAN. OF GOOD 1
TT habits, n Situation as bookkeeper; shorthand and
typewriter correspondents best ot references given.
Address tor one week, T. S. E., 1322 Chestnut street,
Philadelphia. fll-3t?
VXTANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN, 20 YEARS OF I
t V age. position in a store or any good budness: has !
knowledge of book-keeping; can operate tvpe-writer; | 1
furnish reference. Address B. S., Stur office. fll-3t* ' ;
WaWei^pTaces~ f6r~iiousekeepers; i
seamstresse-;, indies'r.inlrt*, cook*; nurses. chain- j
bermalds. men cooks, waiters,waitresses und other help, i '
with references. PRICE <fc COOMBS, Employment i '
and Room Renting Agents. 920 F st. n.w. Ja7-0w* | 1
\t7Tnted-situations-nURSES for the :
?? sick can be obtained at all hour- of the dav <>r
night.throughtheWASHINGTON DIRECTORY i'OR
NURSES, southwest cor. of 1 '_'th and F ste.n.w. (3-121*
WANTED-ROQMS.
W ANTED-A LADY WISHES TWO UNFU Knished
communicating rooms, second lloor, be- ' '
tween 12th and lCtli aud P and T sts. References exchanged.
Please address, stating terms. S. C. K., .Star
offioe. fel2-3t*
\\f ANTED?FOR PHYSICIAN'S OFFlCEri'UKYt
nished or untarnished Room in nortliwf-xt part
of city. Address Box 134, Star office. fl l-3t?
WANTED?HOUSED.
"YTTANTED?A flWO-STORY BRICK HOUSE,
>V bav window preferred. \Vith all modern conv eniences,
between F and li aud Sth aud 14th sts. Ad- i
dress CASH. Star office. fel3-2t*
\\J-ANTED-A HOUSE: CENTRAL LOCATION; 1
?> 8 to 12 Rooms: or two furnished or unfurnished
Parlors; rent In advance. Dr. LEON, 329 Missouri
ave. fl2-3t* i
ITT ANTED? FOR 1MMEDIATE PU RCHASERS^ 1
l V several neat and well located houses. Prices, I
f.S.OOw to ?4.000. Owners will do well to address
IUSHNELL &. CARUS1, real estate brokers, <tc.,
1000 F st. u.w. fll-3t*
WANTED-TO BUY-A LARGE HOUSE, CEN- !
trailv located, on the installment plan. Address
Box 01. St~r office. fc7-0t
WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS.
"YTTANTED - ENVELOPES, DEPARTMENT,
T ? rare United States and Foreign Stamps. Send on
approval and always state lowest cash price. L. H.
ADLER. JH? Wholesale Stamp Dealer. Box 37,
Philadelphia, Pa. fl3-lm
W* ANTKD~SECOXD - HAND CLOTHING,
WATCHES, GUNS, PISTOLS, JEWELRY;
AU=o, FURNITURE,'S fl >VMS. , ?V:c., bought. Best
cash price nald. S. GUGGENHEIMER, 7ol 7th st. I
b.w. Note by mail promptly attended to. Jal2-2m*
ANTED-^THE COMPLEXION-Our
Aishlouable society ladici, resident and vlsl- I
tors, will pJea.se notice that Dr. J. Y.V.N LiYCK.uerma- i
toloKlst, No. 22 Grant Place, tx-nutllles thecomplexion
not by the uao of cosmetics, j>aints or eiuunel*. but i)y
removing all blemlsfjes, tus pimples.bluck-heads. llverspots.
Kiillownes^, luoles, wine or birthmarks, redness '
aud oiliness t.i the nose, coarse deep pores, and suj>ertluous
hair, by the most approved uietUods known to
science, making the complexion fro*b. pure, clear,
Seerless and beautiful. Dr. Yak Dvck numbers among
is patrons the elite ol America. Vou can consult the
doctor with every faith in his skill. Terms, $2 per
treatment to all who make engagements at once.
Office, 22 Grant Place, Suui'.av. Mondays and Tuesdays.
This otTer is for this and next month oulv.
fi2-th,fitslin*
"VI7"ANTED?USE OF PIANO~ AND 1NSTRUC
T Hon will be given by u ladv in return for a ftirnlshedroom.
TEACHER, Box SO, Star office. fel2-3t*
AN TED?lj>12?THE "SUN TYPE-WRITER"
meets demand for low-priced machine: will do
perfect work rapidly and easily; price $12. Can be
seen at the Caligraph office, 933 F st. fl 'j-0t?
ANTED-A" SECOND-HAND SMALL^IZED
>> fire-proof Safe. State price aud v.here it can be
seen. Address Box 10, Star Office. " fil-3t
WANTED?A GOOD LOC'ATION FOR GROCERY
business: would buy out if reasonable. Address,
giving location, M., Star office. fl i-3t+
W" ANTED-A WINDOW, OR WINDOW AND
balcony, or room with two windows, ou Pennsylvania
avtuue ft>r March 4. Address Box 152
Star Office. f] i-3t? '
"ANTED?PHOTOGRAPHS COLORED IN OIL
or water colors, Instruction in painting, fiuicy
work, <tc. Chips from Washington's Monument lor
sale or painted to order by Mrs. MAINE, u.e.cor 9th
aud G sts. u.w. f4-12t*
ANTED?CUSTOMERS FOR 5,000 MATtresses,
with Pillows, at 85 cents. STUMPH &
BRO., Manufacturers of Mattresses and Bedding, 937
7th st. n.w. Jal9-24t? '
WANTED?LADIES TO KNOW THAT MY
Electric Method Is positively the ouly process
which totally Destroys Superfluous Hair. Send stamp
for circular. Terms reasonable. MADAME OA^
BRIEL, 711 8th st. n.w. [13-2w?
ANTED?
I have reliable Felt Derbys at f 2 and 92.60. A.
T. LEWIS. 435 7th st. General stock of Hats and
Furnishings cheap. fi>-3m
WANTED?TO ANNOUNCE THAT GREEN <ft
BRYANT, Real Estate Brokers. 514 9th st n"
w? are paying special attention to Renting, and liberally
advertise all Rooms registered with them
ja27-lm
ANTED?CUSTOMERS FOR 3,000 MAT- ?.
TRESSES, 75c. a piece. A. H. CHA^E 4 BRO.,
d'20 010 Louisiana ave.
WANTED?INSECTS AND THEIR GEHMEX- i
terminated from Bed Lounges and other furniture,
Furs, Ac. A. H. CHACE Jt BRO.,
*u21 610 IjOulsiaua uvtt.
ANTED-TO ANNOUNCE THAT JOHN~K
BEALL, Bateman <k Co.'S Bank, ^111 F st n
w., U a Commissioner ot Deeds for everv State and
Territory, U. S. Commissioner, Examiucr and Xotary.
Always In office from 9 a. m. to 5 p. in. m2
BUSINESS CHANCES. '
O K SHARES CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK '
sL O Stock for sale. Inquire of
_ _ BUSHNELL * CARUSI,
fll-3t* 1000 V street northwest.
JN VESTMENTS. _ IN V EST MENtoT" ]
For Sale?12,000 First Mortgage Bonds Washing- :
ton LJglu ^inftmtry Corps 0 per cents; June and Do- '
HUFTY A DYER. j
13th and F sts., Real Estate and Insurance
Telephone 14Q. n-10t :
"psOR SALE?FOR CASH ONLY, THE WHOLEJO
Stde and Retail Wine and Liquor Store 1732
Pennsylvania ave. nli-Sm
PERSONAL. ;
aumiw'BV. wnd d j
~\T cDEVirrs DETKCnV* AGENCY.-ALL 1
lTXbuAiness entrusted to this Agency will receive
prompt attentlou. Persons requiring Detective Service
may confidentially rely on this Agency to preserve
the utmost secrecy and fidelity In all tranSac
tlons. Information only furnished to reliable partial,
free.
JAMES A McDEVITT, Manager,
d3-8m 806 Pennsylvania ave. n.w.
. 4
for rent?ROOMS.
Fob rent-two furnished^booms. ox
second story, single or en suite. 1017 11th st. n w
oear Massachusetts ave. fl2-3t* '
For bent - three communicating
Rooms. famished, single or en suite, with Board
most convenient location in city. 467 O st. n.w.
OR RENT-AT 801 H ST. X. W. ONE LARGE
well furnished room: private femlly fl2-3t?
170r bent-one furnished room, heat
1? and fits; 911 L st. n.w. References requited.
fl?13-2t*
FOR RENT - HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
Rooms, single or en suite, one square from Thomas
circle. Inquire at 1318 14th st. n.w. fl2-6t?
FOR BENT-ONE FRONT BOOM WITHTTXVO
windows for the inauguration dav. the best view
on the Avenue; at 223 Pennsylvania ave. n.w. fl2-3t*
FOB BENT?633 I ST. N7w., ONE LARGE FURnished
front Boom, secoud floor; southern expoiure;
suitable for gentleman and wlffe. Also, unfurnished
Rooms: references required. fl2-3t*
Fob bent-thbee unfurnished rooms]
third floor; modern Improvements: convenient for
light housekeeping for very small familv; $18 per
month In advance; references required. 92S Est.
f!2-3t?
FOB BENT?923 U 8TBEET NORTHWKTOne
Large Parlor; also one second floor Room:
both comfortably furnished; convenient to several
Rrstrclass boarding houses, F and 11th street cars to
Post and Patent Office. fll-3t*
For rent?double parlors, communicating;
handsomely furnished; hot and cold watersas
and bath. At 1112 H st. n.w. f2-2w
Fob bent-a newly furnished front
Room, southern exposure, on third floor all m.nl?rn
conveniences; rent reasonable to gentlemen onlv
liicycle accommodations. 2208 M st. n.w. 03-2w* '
For rent-corner" 9th st. and massX
chusetts atfe., two large handsomely furnished
Kooms. with board: southern exposure; referen.-es
exchanged: no children. f5-9f*
For rent-one or more rooms.~furniehed
orJUnfhmlshed,second floor:also Rooms suitable
for an office or light housekeeping. 322 C st. n.w.
ft t-2w*
OR RENT - COMFORTABLY FURNISHED
Rooms, with hot and cold water, on same floor, to
two gentlemen or to gentleman and "wlf1408 Corcoran
st. fV.l 1,12,13-4t*
For rent - four or five furnished
Rooms, on first floor, suitable for housekeeping,
to family without children. Call at 1435 R st. n.w.,
between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. f5-2w*
FOR RENT?1214 K ST. N. W? LARGE, NEWLY
furnished Parlors and Bedrooms, first and second
Uoors, with grate fires- also single room; der.lrable loL?at:on.
d27-7w*
Fob bent-parlor and chamber, hand- '
somely furnished. Also, Dining Room and Kitchen,
if desired; private hath room; no children; references S
exchanged. 1122 lith st. n.w. Jal7-lm
b^or rent-we havita bio list or rooms i
of all kinds, with or without Board. 1n all parts of
the city; lista furnish^l tYee of charge at W MtFI
ei.DS Room-renting Ageucv. 409 lltn st.. opw site
Star office. n29-l lw* ;
FOR RENT-HANDSOMELY FURNISHED?Alt
lors, en suite or single. In a private family, at w<>4
EHh n.w. Kefcrences exchanged. * nib
for rent?offices!
For rent- "
glover building.
F St.. between 14th and loth sts. n.w.,
Near U. S. Treasurv.
Handsome Office Rooms, either single or en suite,
(vith steam, heat, elevator and Janitor service.
^ ? T1IO& J. FISHER & CO.,
?"2w 1324 F st. n.w.
FOR RENT?SEVERAL LARGE 0FFICE1;00>IS
in the " Lea man Building," New York ave., near
15th st. n.w. Til OS. J. FISHER <* CO.,
1324 F st. n.w. !
for rent?stores!"
e^obTRent-^ ? <
The Store, Stable and Cellar, n. e. cor. 10th and Q
its. n.w.; price $35 per month.
SWORMSTEDT <fc BRADLEY,
?l-6t 928 F st. n.w.
For rent-a large store. 7os o st. n.w.,
suitable for Provision Doaler, Tinner or Plumber.
Inquire next door. F. P. NASH. fl l-3t*
For rent-fin "enlarge store, witht-ellar
and connecting rooms if wanted: central 1*11 ot
tiie city, half square north of Pennsylvania ave. Will |
be vacant by March 15th. Inquire" 423 lltliit. n.w. !
private entrance.) f7-lm I
17?0R RENT?STORE 1406 14trt STREET. "WITH j
fixtures: occupied for ruuuv years bv Hurrovrr as a
itove and hardware store. NAIRN iOGRAM.corner
15th st. and Ne .v York avenue. H-cit*
i miscellaneous rents.
I?')!'. rest?lamb warehouse and
part of wharf, foot of 14th street: moderate r<-nt to
* permanent tenant. Call or address P.. C05 14th st.
n.w. fl2-3t*
I70U RENT?VERY LOW-AN ELEGANT FINE
1 toned Square Rosewood Piano, having carved legs,
ivith handsome embroidered cover and stool. Ternu
mmv. Address "Piano," care C. R. FOLLIn, Citv Host
Office. Cll-3t?
For rent--coach-house! stable and
Loft, suitable for carjxmter shop. Applv at 4s7
Pennsylvania ave. n.w. 1>. WALFORD. "fll-Oi
boarding.
Handsomely furnished rooms,single
or en suite, with Board; central; southern exposure
013 G st. n.w. fl3-3t?
T^CRN-fsHED ROOMS. WlA FIRST-LASS
L table Board. 101 - l-ith st. n.w. fl2-lm
| joahd?at 4 lafayette squ arfj large",
J J handsome Room, sevond floor. Table Boarders.
f3-12t?
W PRAGUE MANSION?COR. CTH AND F. N.W.?
U For Dedication and Inauguration, two rooms with
accommodation fur six persons. Also parties of gentlemen
can be accommodated. Pj-ot*
Q 1 rr K ST. N~. \V~'ONB~PABLOR FLOOR AND
*/ttr one second-story floor; rooms en suite or j
dngie. Heated by open grates and furnaces. Ti.ble
Board a specialty. Mrs. I). B. STOCKIIAM. Transient
Boarders accommodated.- ja0-2in*
I ARGE, AIRY~ROOMS FOR RENT AT ;3ITA ND
316 Indiana ave. Also, Boarding lor three
months, at $UJ per month. Advance pavmeat
Btrlctly required. ji.6-3m
rpHE LOCHIEL HOUSE, 512 9TH ST. N. W..
JL and the La Piorre, southwest corner of loth and E
sts. n.w., are the bw->: conducttd B<atrdiiig houses in
tiie city. Table first-class; pleasant rooms. Terms
moderate. oc27
4 -rpHE FREMONT.' ?TH IS HOCSE HAS BEEN
A reijajjited and repapered. and in every wav out
In first-class order. It is the coclest and most dPsfrab'.e
place to board in the city. Terms, $25, $30, $40
and S45 per month. je7
. lost ajstd foun^ "
I OST-A BEAGLE HOUND GYP: WHITE~\N1>
j yellow in color. A reward of $0 will be paid lor
return to 350 Pennsylvania ave n.w. It*
I OST-A SEAL FUR^CARiTCASE, CONTAINJ
ing money. The finder will be rewarded bv returning
to 1421 K st. n.w. fl3-2t*
Twr-ox THE AFTERNOON OF FEBRUARY i
J 11th, a brown Muff, at the corner of Agricultural 1
building. Finder will please return same to M>4 loth I
?t. n.w., ani receive a suitable reward. fl3-3t*
TOST?ON ilTH INSTANT/C)Ne"FLAT AND
^ one small common Key attached. In 9th-street
cars or on D st., between 9th and loth, or on yth st.,
between D and U. Suitable reward at 905 H st. n.w.
f!3-3t*
I OST-A SCARF PIN, DIAMOND SET IN GOLD,
J lost In Jtallo'a barber shop, on Pennsylvania ave.,
between 17th and l^th sti, Wednesday evenine,between
(> and 7 p. in. W5 reward and no questions asked.
Address C. H. CAMPBELL, State Departmenr. or
Wm. Rallo. fel2-3t*
money to loak
Money t<j loan on real estate?
Prompt attention to all applications.
SWORMSTEDT & BRADLEY,
111-lm 02S F st. n.w.
<5?Q AAA $4,500. S2J5<X).^r,5O0, $ 1^400 AND
other sums to loan on real estatesecurlty.
at lowest rates of interest and commissions.
STElGER & L1EBERMANN. 1303 F St. fll-31
Money to loan on real estate or
other security, in sums to suit, at lowest rates of
Interest; least expense and without delay. R. A.
PHILLIPS, 1428 New York ave. n.w. f7-2m
AAA TO LOAN~ON REAL ESTATE
X kj in sums to sulL
hufty 4 dyer,
Real Estate and Insurance, 13th and F
Telephone No. 140. f7-10t
q1 x aaa tt> ijoan on real estate,
*-*9 VW lu sates to suit, at six percent.
Loans made without delaV.
Ja22-1 m CHARLES W. HANDY, 921 F st. n.w.
Money to loan in large and small
sums on approved real estate securitv. R. H.
T. LKIPOLD, 1331 F ?t. n.w. jal6-lm
820,000TO ^
In Sums of ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY.
?,000
?90 No Delay. Charges Seasonable.
,ooo
,000
Or to Suit,
. ? BUSHNELL & CARUSI,
Jal4-lm lOOO F street northwest.
$20,000 TO LOAN
12,000
3,500 ON BEAL ESTATE.
'ftOO [se23] THOS. E. WAGOAMAN.
Vl'ONEY TO LOAN ON BEAL ESTAT^E SECURita
IT x at 6 per cent Interest: facilities for repavrnent
unequalled: charges very moderate. G. HARriG,
Treasurer, Washington Six Per Cent Permanent
Building Association, lOoi, cor. 7th and K sts. n.w.
n22-3m?
Money to loan,
On Real Estate Security,
At Lowest Bates of Interest.
B. o. holtzman,
fO Corner 10th and F streets northwest.
\t0ney to loan
atjl In sums to null, on approved Real Estate security,
at lowest rates of interest. Charges moderate. No
unnecessary delay. j. v. N. HUYCK,
n!5 1506 Pennsylvania ave
Ihave MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD REAL Estate
or collateral security at lowest rates of interest.
No delay when security is good. O. C. GREEN, Room
I, Firemen's budding, cor. 7th st. and La. ave. ja2b
Money to loan
In sums to suit, at lowest rates, on approved real
astate security. PITCH, FOX <S brown,
020 1437 Pennsylvania ave.
ONIY TO LOAjf
at lowest Bates of interest,
on real estate secubity.
THOS. J. FISHER <fc CO.,
8*5 1324 F st. n.w.
for sale?lots.
or sale-two elegant lots on uassa*
chusetts avenue, near Dupont circle, each 26 feet
front. A fine lot on 10th St.. sear K, 25xlOO; lO lots
near 18th st.; 5 lota 9th and S sts.
HUFTY A DYEB,
13th and F sts., Real Estate and Insurance.
Telephone 140. fe7-10t
Dress Suits F OB HntE
? At 414 9th street northwest
for rent?houses.
Ir^H SORTHEASTOMff VKCTION.
i^T%. ? 9t" ne'8 rooms $20
Mrick 121 E st. n.e., 8 rooms 17
Brick .05 D *t. n.e.. 6 rooms _.15
r!<?C i^0y 10th st n.e., 7 rooms. ..... ....15
ALBERT F. Fot. H20 F ?U nV.
AVENUE. OPPOI
site City Hall: $00 per month: watchman at house
to show any* one through. For further particulars,
^^< n?MAS BLAVJDEN, Post office Box 5*1.
*1 o*-t*
For rent-house 1714 ifiEw jersey avf_
6 rooms. furnished and all modern Improvements
With slab it.* in the rear.
IpOR Rfnt-for oneTorTmore ykar$;~a
ver> desirable Hon ?. newly paired. coutaitiing
14 rooms. ?. pantries, t-.?.h rooms and u'.l modern liuEE?vf2?i!V^
corner Vermont avs. and <4 sts. u.w. Apply
at 315 C st. s.e. fl3-3t*
FOR RENT-,1829 JEFFERSON PLACE; THREE
stones, 9 rooms, bath, modviii improvements, in
tnorough order; possession March 2d: rent *05. Apply
1827 Jefferson Place. fl3-2m
I^OR RENT-VERY DESIRABLE HOUSE.'WITH
In one square of Capitol park; 121 Maryland ave.
n. e. Inquire at j*Q 11 st. n. e.. nearly opposite. fi3-3t*
F9R notsE, COMPLETELY
rarnished; all modern improvements: one square
irom Arlington Hotel; will be rented cheap if takuu at
5? part>" 1X11181 leave city. TrME, Star office.
FORtBF^'T-FEBRUA^^^THTTrr i^RTCE
St., LeDroit Park; ? rooms; all mod. Imps.; ?'27.50
per month. A. L. BARBER A CO..
_ n?5'9t Le Droit Building.
For rent-house 1027 3i> st. n. hT^five
rooms. With watpr: $10. House 32 G <=t. n w six
Fa" and water: $16. B. F. LEIGHToN,
482 I Louisiana ave. p.w. fl2-3t
I''OR RENT-t?40-FOUR STORY BRICK HOUSE
modern Improvement*: 302 E st. n.w.: kev next
poor. mi.t. HOLTZMaSt. 1321 F st. u.w. flj-3t
FOR. RENT?937 MASSACHUSETTS AVE.;
eight rooms. all modern improvements. Rent S:t5
per month m advance. fl2-3t?
pOU RENT? UNFURNISHED?
S W M st 83.33
it* ? 3-h?.?v? 1757 P st 75.(hi
in-.-! y f I** 1820 Jefferson PUy^.iki
I~3814th St..st. FrsOO.OO
?' lOWft Circle 100.00 7U1 15 St. 2ottirr- ra'-tA I'M!
KKWSundrlar d pi. fll.tt6 703 15 st 2oflic<? rs.26 00
Also a large number of Furnished Houses
ni I i rCH. Fo.V A HRUWK. 1437 Pwui. ave.
ITTtR RENT? "
1 ?-10nf.fl23.00 1373 22 st..8r.. m. 1.S25 50
?!1,1 12r. ....00.00 1417 Hopkins st.,6r,18.60
d^irtr? o -?I5s st. si re. 6r. ..lb uO
in<V-*?v?"^Wr * m,l - 2? <*> 3027 Water, st. Geo.lb.OO
"i.mIi i ,m ' .3^..mi 2138 Pa.av.,5r 15.30
5-4 ^!s,fu " sr.]u.l.:v>.r?o 1724 F st.. store i5.?n>
9.r, 20.5O 2414 N St.. 5 r l(A3o
hjiVv- >l-.0 r <l*i.:-t(> 27o:? Va. ave ft cm
-41 o N St.. b r 13.30 2724 Olive ave 5 OO
_ni WESCOTT A- WILCOX, 1907 Peun. ave.
I^OR RENT?HOUSES ' "? ?
The second and third floors of 051 Q st. n w 7
100ms, all modern iniiirovements; price 83n ier
month SWoliMSTEDTi 1;RAI?LKY P
iiJ-lm 928 Fst. n.w.
"l^OR RENT-A DESIRABLE HOU8E: OOOD I.OV^nou
ve1r' so"th eleven room* as.d
oath-room, all modern improvements: rem furnish. J
P?rmol,t,i: anftirntehed, $50. Applv at 13^0
fll-3t*
VOl: RENT AND SALE?2017 N ST N W NINE
J. rooms turnate, open grate, speaking tubes'bath'
tu:.itarv plumbing, tu-.: ftiruitureVor siil^-KUMe tiw.dMt
a -; ,MiU! art "V1'1 um,'-uc: uPf'8?? pla^" for
1' Apply on the premises. f7-?5t
I^OR RENT'-THE' HANDeOMt FCRNIsilFD
residence on Massachusetts a vt .i.oar l h. ma? > 'rr??^
o?gi 7g lb.e csl2U' "f Ul? !u:>' Hon.JoM.pl,
&m?i( ie^' f,,ur .vearB ominiod hv How.
Ro.icrt I. Lincoln, secretary of \\ ar. ? i.l be for rei t
on Juuc 1st, or April 1st if desired. Tli? locatlou and
r lh i a" urrangem?*iit 01 the rooms rentier thlr^si'lence
unu-urtiiy desi.uble f.-ra Cabinet minister
'.r !"r ,a 1 rivate IkmUy wlstiitii
.1 1 ,argely. Rent $2.5d'per annum it taken
IVom either April 1st or June 1st. Applv to
nm-t JAM1.S E. FITCH, of Executors,
. no ',t 1 '37 Pennsylvania ave.
17?OR RENT
THE WOODMONT EL\TS
CORNER 10TH STREET AND IoWA CIRCLE
_ U> , ELIXIRS AND BASI'MKNT.
Con iainin*.; sixty-four rooms
STEAM II FATING.
. IMPROVED ELEVATOR.
,? f .ric'n and. ^'w'^jHtildii.g, admirablv loeated in
I . ' mt^1 u'"l healthl\il sections of the
. BO)J offered for rent for a term of years
It is well adapted for a
MRST-CLASS HOTEL.
The mam eutn-iice. ts.rr.d >r=. j.urlors and dinluerooin
bein*: hnislivd in elegant style.
t or ful l 111 format Ion, plans, dimensions, permit to
1 ul,,'iy J- v- -N- n nvK 10
_ 15f>5 Pennsylvania ave.
l^OK RENT-HOUSi: OlO NEW JERSEY AVIrooms:
modern Improvements: in -r?.d re|>air
S^,> per month. Inquire of W. c. JOHNsov
TlM.nh st. n.w. f7-tm '
I^OR RENT- 1430 Pierce 1*1 ~rs
Q, i) r 12th. f...9200.00 1223 T k 11 \v** 7r'oo
X S" near l-n!1' f 133 F st. 11.e.. H rs .2.0hi
i 1Jth,- f 40W 5tli St. u.e.. 0 rs 10.50
mi ? J"i n.?.. i4r.l2,>.tjil I72U otii n.w. 5 is . .Ltj.oo
r,.| - ; [fj?8*aV-' |3r-llO.?H> 171S nth n.w.. J?rs.
.> >./? JUJh " vv l?r-D,<' <Hl 413 Warner -t..5rv 12 -<i
Tw.?; wst-" w ' 15rlu"?" K 11.W.. rear. 5rs s>h>
?w.-- U st-nAV- 13r...85.HO Stable. 704 Q st 7
1*~: " ?7; w V*r-4"1 aooe 13th n?vv., 7r...".25:<H.'
U w' 1 " ?t'" *'!'1 J rs 22 5u
^lyWhst.n.w 10r.75.00 2030 Hth n.w.. 0 rs.,.1,-- txi
13~s v ? w 5 rs... ..15.IIO
K ^t- ut R%<i "i! Ts >H' 31si n.w,. 6 rs.. 14.1x1
0 xi .str.&dw g-Jo.00 453 C Vt.:i w., 14 rs 05 oO
*?.o uve-?;vl' - W.OO 2320 G st..n.v,.,o rs.
8 e->,l0 rs ..30.?>0 033 L n.w., Ors. 22.50
1134 Pierce Pi., <rs,2. 5?) 21W K st. n.e.,5 rs.. .10.00
rniT'o? n,Ti~ #r H,-xv,',1VioVii:"1 FurnUshed Hous?s.
at office for eeklv Rnlletlr. issued everv Satv?rM"?
a^rlifvf'n' , I^'^dlords can have ti-.-lr houses ad\erased
free by placing them in our hands
. f> - B. H. WARNER, li!? F st n.w.
T?'r?R RENT?1812 N ST.. OPPOSITE BRFI ISn
Yv Sn- new a" " durable Dwelling: all improve.
T hrt?'v -iT ?va,vk'.,n ae,ear- Apply to ARTHUR
T. BRILL. a4 15th St. fC-im
If OR RENT?
laBoi^lst' st l,4I"*?25 *740 and 1742 F .
joIS -1st. 11.w.. 12r...l(,W) st. n vC l<i r ni i csa
14 - 151J .>.w,17r vM
!r'!/iv 1 , 1 Vu "v;;; "i l3!io 19:n st..l4r..m.i.l25
^Y. ^ v "V3 l>st i 12r - n; I 8:}.:<3
; st,,S...m.i 00 1532 20th "t.ii.w.sr.m l-!5
\r *' * \ 15?- Vt. av.,13r.,m. ul25
lb2o Mujs.av.,l2r.m.i.lOO !
THOMAS J. FISHER Jfc CO ,
_ ^ 1324 F street northwest.
T^OR RENT-RY R. O. H<?LT7NfAX
1" 1:J1' :il 2.?.0?' 1759 l?st.;i.w? llr PS3 33
1 iu,U?V U XV Jir 1017-1023 i.e. 13st W.?Vl
"K.w.iSr iOO.JM! 210Otti si .br 5<>.<hj
IsOOHat. n.w.,l0r.83.33 720 17th st.. llat 50.uo
R- O- IIOLTZMAN. Kith and F sts. 11 w.
"I^OR RENT?
TCi-f' r '.V J"5 ?? La.av?2parIorg$50.00
iV't m i'f iVr'}4!I *?0Est.rs.from5 io35.00
P .rw n ri - S oV l!!I!'IM> ,;lsFst..rs froml0to30.iio
1 -ih v- ^ V5 -lrIOO.OO (,:;i Fst..rs.from5to25.00
1-iiQ 13rs.....IOO.OO Gun ton Big rs.2?,28.'25.0O
..o?, i (ircorun- {Ur -S5.<HJ Guuton Ri g r. 25 13 OO
77V I,.81- ";w- Hr.50.00 I-enm Bi g r. 7 15.??0
8tJ l*rs- >.<*> 1019 F st. r. 2... 1^50
,SsI;' j'*-00 4?>8Lajtv.,bu>?ement.30.00
"V.Vn M 'r 30.00 4?SLa.av..3d Jl..4r.. 30.00
. J-'30 THOS. E. WAGOAMAN
FO? RENT?EIGHT R<K>M BRICK HOUSE
tV HU,tlie modern improvements. 1017 wth -t
IP , iJT?"<i.!-nj-to.;i sood tenant. Inquire of HENRY
iir-AJiD, 92, 1- fit, n.w. ja29-lm
IT"'? ft!NT?SEVERAL SMALL HOCSE& si iStE
.COUNTRY RKAEESTATET
I^OR RENT?THE "ROWEN PLACET' OV TTTF
- ,^larlboro Road, two mJl^s from th^ Nivt Yard
Mndge. containing forty five a-res, improved by u
t Ao-story frame liottse, nine rooms; also the "Siblev
Farm near RIggs' Mill, about eight miles ::orth- ast
froin the city, containing 1O0 acres, with dwelling
and hue burn; ct.11 b?* hud at a rea'Oiiable rent
Apply to SWORMSTEDT & BRADLEY
. 92b F st. u.w.
:iffis. isrstjxs
jssr ,vnte" ?asg*
If arm LAND FOR RENT. WITIUxlo"MILra
of \V aslnn^on; oue mile of R. K station- wpll
watered; suitable for market gardening and'sma'l
fVuits; healthv location. WIlIiam T mi i^/v
u office. 472 Lonlslana ave., Washington, fll-eod
I7*OR SALE-A TRACT OF LAN ! Or 150 aCI<FS
stx miles from the city, on railroad: bea^itlftillv
and eligibly situated. Thts property offers a *ood i,i\e>
m?-:K-a deriial.le farm. For particular Id.iress
_ __i! sL n.w.
Iri'K 5,A I F-OR EXC ITANGIT-FOR UNENt'l Mbered
property, Farm lyo acres. 10 miles from
?ashi.'igton. near R. K. station; exwlSt wat??
>uuitlr ?tan vUjeyarJa; 8ood l?ouse: barn. Inquitx at
" 1 *l- jas-2m*
specialties"
"\TRS. C E. PENNELL, OF PORTLAND, HE.~
, MAGNETIC HEALER,
ii,ol^in *Ur;1 4 p" mv? ?rea'-s ladies onlv.
- 317 4^ street nortliw est.
T?4 tTt V'c VSH PERFECT CXJMFORT USE
X0AILE1 S Improved Truss. Satisfaction iruaran
teed or money refuned. Mailed to anv address in United
States on reevi pi of price. $3. Address L. C BAILEY
i ' should consult Mrs. BAILE\
at htr residence. 11Q8 lbth st. n.w. ja20-lm?
DH W. T. PARKER.OF BOSTON, MASS., ELECt
j ?>?K"etJC eaJer; dealing by laving on of hands
P^alts?he^mttvl^'- Asthma, Catarrh,
iaralysia. St. \ itus Dance, Nervous Prostration
ViUiifeJ* er,al'c' Kldaey Complaints, and all nervous'
tVu us* of ^ediciLe. Cousulutiou
l fP?ti<mts at their homes. Office hours
1 p.m. to 8 p.m. 317 4^ sL n.w. nl7-13w*
the trades.
"VTEWSPAPER, BOOlT AND JOB printing
r OOOD STYLE-LOW PRICES.
_T, l^ARGE FACILITIES- NEW MATERIAL.
ORDERS FOR PRINTING OF ALL KINDS
SOLICITED.
RuFUS H. DARBY,
Practical Printer,
J*23 432 9th street northwest
GUBSON BROTHERS,
' PRACTICAL BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS.
WOOD AND COAL.
CoAl. W00D.
JOHNSON BROTHERS,
WHARFS AND RAILROAD YARD:
TWELFTH AND WATER STREETS 8.W.
BtlANCM YARDS AND OFFICES CONNECTED
BY TELEPHpNE.
1202 F street northwest
1515 7th street northwest
. 1*40 Pennsylvania avenue northwest
1112 9th street northwest
Corner 3d and K streets northwest
221 Pennsylvania avenue southwest
JalS
5^
j FOR 8A?E?HOU8Ea_ |
Ijk>B SAFE?#3,200 \VIIJ_. m \ TWO _M VT
. Frame- on lltii >t. i?? near F st.. i>:i\ |o jh.t
cvut as an investment. Also desirable as a r?~-i ? -e.
ALBERT V. FOX. S<20 Fsi. n w fis-st
17?or. sale?sixtf>:nth street i k 11 htv
- ?Vacant I*>t. hear O st., 2-J*^ by 1-J*> ft sjiiall
business property on same 11?-:ir vj >; . _ t,\- 1
llO feet, suitable for an investment, Price s? T.vi
ALlitKT F. i\>X. 9Jt? F st. n.w. IKtSt
I^ViK SAl.E-THRFE-sTORY BRIi K n\ I lij
tween 9?h and Hnh sts n.w.. with fccge ? ?. k !
! building, pavinc H per cent a* hii in' Knu n' Pri.f
$5,750. A.LRERT F. FOX. ?>? 1 *t n w flu :;t ,
I LX'U salf cheap, on reasonahi.i itkms 1
j .T two story pres.. brick (Vont. 7 rooms, bath * . t
: basement: mmi. imps.; near \ enitnem pr :nii- ,.f ,
j flee. Address, or call after o:3U p.m., J. F. M JOHN,
j Est. n.w. f 1 'j ;ti*
For sale?
HANDSOME SFW DWELLINGS.
>'*r British Legation . f2C.ooo
loth st., npar Scott Circle. with stable J4.ia*?
ltith st.. near Scott Circie. with stable Lv'kki
Near Dupont Circle, coruer ia.iuki
*' ' " 1
" " lll.MNt
Massachusetts ave IS. ?<"
" ' 14.<KNl
9^room new House, n.w. section. fVirntshed. 7,*hh?
Near Pension uilii* vcost #14,Ot*' h>k*i
Wit IV YOVNU,
1 -3* lJiOfj F st, n w.
IfUR SAIE?
A two-story f.v-rootn Rssement Krlrk on 16tti ?t.
n.w. for $2150. A two-story six-room Br.CK on 11th
I st. n.w . for $1.S60 A two-story eight-room Brt.k on
Sst. n.w., near New Hampshire ave .i.'NM' A Cot|
tageat_Mt. Ple??ant. $:<.; < mi. a Cottage at Mt. P'eie
ant. $. ,OiHI. \\ ili ej? hau?;p either for city pro|?erty
j Ntue-ro< in Frame House on 11 st. n.e * 4.1,4<s' A
eleven-room Press Brick lloi.se. K -t. u.e .
I JNO. F. VAWAMAN.
n??> f st. ii w.
j T^OR SAI.K?TWO ELEti vl.f SFW
! A twelve room* each; containing all latest Improve
incuts, corner loth st. a:.d Massachusetts ave. n.w.
bouses open lor inspection
three new three i-tory Houses: e'.rht ro< ins erh, all
modern imoro\< ment.-; 41? and 421 H ?. n.w . und
4Us Massachusetts ave. n.w.
Five building I-cts, corner 15th and N st* n.w For
further Information apply to the owner. I: <
8CH1UP. tH2 7th st. n.w. fp
IMHtSALB-OH EASY Tl R)K
. Two neat seven-room Brick Dwellings: all mod
ern improvements >mall cash paviuent. balance
very easy: northwest,
nUFTY * HYF.R,
Real Estate and Insnraiice. i;itli and F **?.
^Telephone 140. f7^H
1JH IB sa LE?TWO BANDSOUE NEW~~BB8V
. denizes, nine ro. ms ca< h. 1VJ1 and 1 v>^:t <; st i; ?
The houses are imllt in the ino<t -ut,*-t;?ii'.:al i'..ani. ?;
press brick IVont*. brown stone trimn;l..^?. tv\i^-. rv
SM'-iure l>ay windows, hard wood mautcU, t'.liiw;. < ii
Jir^p.ac* s un 1 lurnaivs; pl iuitihi^ hr-t-lass 1r
terms apply to A. A. WILKIN. Firemen ? l:.vura.n .
j t'ompanv, i-oruer 7th and Louisiaua ave. n.v, U<-\s
at .'mm (J iLb.*. (J j m
I, ?<>? SAI.E?
laik.i; ami hantsome rfsihen*?-f.
We < tf< r lor sale the hirf.-"* and hmi i- u,- ro- ?. nee
of SEX'UETARV FRK!.iNXillL'VM-.N, 17 ii . I
n.w . The lot fronts 57 ft. '2. In. on 1 st., and esteuos
ha- k 147^ IX. to a ft. alley, and is lmprov?sl l?v a
luive double house, with spucious and well-arrai ..<- l
twins, and huviiiK uii mislem Improvement^, a'.-o.
a commodious and well-urranecd '.arria^e house at.d
stable, with servants' rooms.
riiLtS. J. FISHER ,t CXI..
W-lm 1:1J4 F st. n.w.
>R SALE?A NEW EhthT B< a iM Hot ?K,
north w ost.bity w indow, edl modern inipro% no-nts
prl<^e s4.<K.IO.
A iw .t-story and baseui?-nt and mansard house,
cori.-i-property. <.n ?'apltol Hi.!; price sf~;:.7-'?4? Wiil
take unimproved pround wur-.li ^1,7C>0 in part pav- ,
ment.
A srood frame house (double', lot feet,
n*-ai ? Itv Hall, l'i ro?.mis; rentlmi Hi per war; pi ice
^(.'^541.
A new<J-ro?m bri' k house, ira* and water. norHiw"*t.
rentine for i er year; price >i.5?Wcash. orfrl.tiOO
ou time.
Call at DANFNHOWER .t SfiN s,
ja.HO-lui ITJG F st. n.w.
1JM*E sa LE?
im.ldington $100,000 02-?S?st.,4 rs $000
j l;W3 K ?l.n.w\ 1* rs4 I.ihhi 1?. |Kthst,4rs ndi
; 17^4 1 st. n.? ., 17rs 724 1 It !i st. i;.e.. 4 rs ,7?a?
| I st. n.w.. '?5 r? l;>. bet. IC I,s.e.,4 rs 7U??
( r. 1.1 IthA l.Mli .'.'.'i.ivhi 1134 IM.av n e . 4 r* >imi
j t?.?b M s\ 11 w , it;, i 17."?<K? 4'.'??t< 4.?? l>*tl. n.e .4rs4tio
1 Lafayetteh'8e 2d<.t-B 10.<m*i 134 J N < . av. u . . :t r- i'Mi
lo t-Vt.ave.,ia rs 10.U(Ni^8T.s:??.!-, i . . urn
j?o0 THUS. 1.. WAOtiAMAN.
H" **AI.E - THE THREE-*jT<?IIV Pltl ss?4?
liri' k UwelhiiK, o'J5 :-4?l st. ; .w pri.s!
Terms va?y. Apply to F. H. sMll 11 a- son, 1 j-ju
I Ja'JK-jm
17*OR ?A LK?SEVEN-RfM .M oTtTAiU AT
llyatts iSie. Md., or eKCbuwe for liouw uClMt
! size not more than seven s., lares from Troa-.irv.
Address or call s?KJ 2?-d st. n.w., between ."> and'tf
; I1- W. Ja'/<i-lm# I
I^OR SAI.K NEW lioi skr rWLlA'F. i:<X?MS, .
t.e.ir [lujsoit Circle: sJ.O'KJ cash. For pern.it to
\ii w aj^pljj" at ltJiti IWtti si. n.w.: price. :?11 .?hHi.
Also, i7J?. Massachusetts ave.; $5,5(10. d'^l-'Jm
SUMMER RESORT^
rpHE DENNIS- ATLANTIC CITY, K I A I A
1 .">< >:trrls troiu the iieai-h. Open all tin v
yi-ar hot sea wuter bftths ir. t he fion-e. T
IS^B ituRTOX ft KARsuTTCr
rpilE WELIJIN'.iTON AT1.A NTI<' i 1 i ^ \ 1
Kentucky ave.. near the beach; liot ba-'i- a , . \
I o<*eanparlor; uevv bouse aivl newlv fttrnislesi T
fel-:Tiu _ A. B. lll NTl.iL L- 3T
rpHEvicroK! \, ATLANTJCCITY,N ,I. ni<inoughlv
h< Rted. nas. etc.: hot and r>.Ul A . A
water baths, ajn parlor and skating rinkWifS^#
tiirectly on beach, free to quests. ^rSI
fe'i-3m M. WILlJiAi^^ j
rpHE WAV I: Rl Y.ATI \ NT 1? 7 'ITV. N .1 -orES'
X all the y-ar. Hot and eo!d s?-a w ater A . . A
baths In the house. All tie- .. t; ! rts of ^
hrst-class Lotei. <\>acli looet*. all trains.
JOHN E. M I I FL1N, Mana^. r
fe'J-Om MIts. J. I.. BRYANT, Proprietress.
^ '
= ATTORNEYS.
JOHN AM11LERSMITH,
Attorney at Law auJ Patent Attorney, 14_'4 X.-w
lork avenue. French sp< liatlon and all'othei claims
collected. Teltu*
f 'HARl.Es J. GOOCH, SOLICITOR OF PATENTS^
^ ? outisellor-at-ljiw- and Expert.S-. ci<?ud bi:il<liii<,
9th ut:?l F sts. ?;<H?d work. jc<V?t ieferen<t-s, mo.l> rate
cliurpes. Twenty-one years'esi>?-iivn< v. ,i;ji
"VJ H. MI l.l.EU, ATTOIINL'V-AT I.A\\\
-s* o Looms '1 and 4, Ciunton l.aw- BuiUIlng.
47- Louisiana avenue.
Residence. 240 North Oapftol st, ml/.n
O AM I"EL n ." \\ A LK KR.
I'.S. Commissioner. Notary Public and Attorney
for Rents'.
Jy'j fiSO Loui/iiaiia ave.. next to City P. O.
DENTISTRY.
QAUCEL I. HCOTT, D.DA,
j O fifteen vears exp^-rivnct- in Dentistrv. <ifl=i.-e l'JOT 1
F st.n.w. Preservation of the Natural Teeth a sueI
cialty. <kvj.j
Dr. Randall parsons^ 42s tth" si. nTw~
over Lallaiitvue's. C|.* rative and mechanioai
I>eotistry skilifhlly performed. i;.is adm.mst.r.-d:
moderate fKs. Tet. yeurs experience. Hours from
? a.m. to t> p.m. seu j
DR. STAItit PARSON^. COR. 9TII ANI?T: >Ts~
n.w. Filling: a specialty; also, the cure of tooth
aclic* u ithuiit ? xt^ aciinu. lo?4al atiaL^tbc-tlr. on
j the irtinss, alleviate pain ol' otracting. t >as kiven
j ? Imrges moderate flo
Dr. t. jl taebott, dentist 4 :7 7111 s i .
three doors fr<.m corner E. Ivnttstrc in nil
I its branches. Teeth inserted t7 per set. All w ork
! warranted. iall j
! PRQFESSIONA L.
llfOSDEHFCL CERES OF NERVE DISEAS1 ?>
All sutTcrer- from RheumutLsiu, Neuralgia <>r
other Nervous Disorders. ?bo'iM call at .VJo l:tf.-t.
n.w.. city, for relief, and lor t. ^t .mon al- of 111 n and' I
women right her -in Wa-.-hliikfton. Otfi el?H II11 l.s
JilAONEl'iC Al'i'i.l AN? i. ?'< M PA-NY." fU-lin'
Foot suroery, ?fcc.?cxjrns. ben ions, club
and Invertetl Nails. Chilt lalus, Frost. | Fe-t !
j A ascnlar ajul al! oftbt sa<*:
ces^lUUv treated ai Ur. Wli.TK^estulillshiiivxit, 14U\
1 i!?u,13> 'vaun ave., oi:p<wi!e Wiilard h llot* 1.^ l?r.
| lute?txventv-liftb co:is<*<\itive year of praotfr?' in
1 w ashin^!(m, L). (\ Patronize t bv *t!,e mo??t
! physiciaus and oifio* f?v,sl a<iitin'. lUilj
tiiuort?e^tatUshiui.ut, 11 North Kuiaw st. 11]
\| RS. I)It. J. SKMM ES. Hl>!I?I NT sriKiFOV
r^>I- CllIHOPl>L>lST, MANir! Ui: A Nil HMtMAIOL(X*I>T.?l_v?rnsf
U tuioii^ and hi^niuing Nailsa^>sulutelv
and permanently cured in a lew trentujenta.
vears <<r surt'eriiiir ! \va^ cur?*< 1 by i>r s?*mn:?->.
NG:no to>x* keen at t?lLi--e. F v:r ?H?r. -I -loo: - fr-'iii
| l.iili. HuntlTcds of the l>est ne<?|>l^ in thiseitx \^ill
| substantiate :l:is statement, utiis. *jr> * mrs
Dr. Senunes has pun iia??*d the Woi.derfnl U?>? t ami
i? r'! * 4 I:ic- 'M* absolutely make hair kmw on i;ald
Ilea*.!-*. a!any v\illtiiii?k tiiis 1> some worthi? \s *>' ;
out any geuilemau ur lady wlui is bald i- invit?-iti!
cuil lor t'"ee treatments al l _"Jj F st.. 4 d.?n - fro.n
loin. ILio pnparalion has never been In the mark -t
under any name, and lias brought out a suit . |;iiir
tttter 26 years of baldnesa. For sah bv Proprietor
122*2 r st., -I doors fTom 13th, up one flight. f7 '
^JMEItOSS.
RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT AND ASTROL" i'iTST
can be consulted ou h'l-in.-ss and all at^airs of iile. '
All in trouble call. Sali-fai-tiou given or no |>av.
Fee, 41. *
Residcnce^lOlO 11th street northwest. hi5
PILfi5-DK. M L'li LK.MAN Cl'RES PI I.ES in lijrwt
treatment, without the use of knife. cai?tlcor
ligature, cure truarantee-l. Can t>e con<u!teti at 7-j:<
<Jth street northwest, IVoin 4 to ti p. m. daily. 0 l-:tm
M?%??R9f??CE.TFLL-s ALL THE events OF
l Ut. All business eoniidentia!. Ladies and irentlemen
5o cents each. 4Ub L street, bet we.--n ifh and
6th streets northwest. jel4-Hbw?
Ma''^k PAYN (RESIDENT) MANKTRE
and surgeon i hlropodlst.?FiiiKer-nails beamineo:
Hang Nails and Biting of Nails positively ear- IIngrowing
Nails andal! d^-aaeeoftlie
tCf%,ed- - M"fc'le treatment, either
hands or teet. $1. Rooms 5 ami 6.W45 Pa ave.n4-4!:u
A. FRENCH, MAGNETIC HEALER,
and Business Medium, is again at home. 17'-!4 7th
s.e.'su's.wiL' "" vcfrtir
SEWING iIACHfvKS.~A^ "
?yhovk ? vi.l oompetitora
S. OPENHEIMER A BRO.,
628 9th street northwest, St. Cloud Building.
Sole Amenta for the Light Running New Home and
J>ew a-ilent Automatic Sewing Machine.
aclmoW iedced bv all the standard of exceiieuce.
Send for descriptive circular.
Old Sewing Machines taken In exchange. All
makes of machines for rent bv the week or month.
Special attention given to rei-alring all kinds of Sewing
Machines. Needles and tiarts for all machines.
Sole ageuts for Hall adjustable forms for flttiiiK ai d
draping ladies and misses garmeuta and Bazar olove
lining Patterns. f7
THE GREAT^HOrSEHOI.II' WITH OER NEW
set of Attachments In a Velvet-lined Box, make*
the finest outfit for family sewing ever vet offered;
also the Silent White, New Home. Domestic. Everythlng
at McKJENNE\"S. 427 tnh st- n.w. se24
X5 IS HOP'8 C1 AMPHORINE,
- An exquisite Toilet article for Chapped and Rough
Skin; allays irritation and will keep the complexion
smooth, soft and clear. Price 26c.
Try ik li -not satisfied, return bottle and get roar
money ba<flL
Prepared by L. C BISHOP, Druggist,
_ 780 9th street, corner H street n. w.
For sale by W. & Thompson, itrucgtst, 70S 16th st.
jJ^Stott, Cromwell 4k CoI, 4bO t^tnnsylvaaia mv
FORS.VI.K MISCKI.I ANKorS
1:*ob sale a two xkaT ?u:i\.h' g 4
Apply to
DUXCAX80X RRO^
It ?th and Dm
J^OK ~*alf now* skh"?n<7 machix^
cheep for cash I all at 44 M m tie at 11 w II*
For salk-a.n enormoi h b yRoain.
V KK'H AXl) FLtXJ AN I'! V FISP*HED 80LTO
WALXFT -ASK FNTY UROAN. WITH AM.
T IIV: N i :>?SAK\ STOPS a N n improveMFNTs,
I'll ONLY 845. A URKAT sa> U
FIcE APPLY AT
8IP*"TY T NIMM01*,
Jsl'J _ ' 7th ?iwt northweetE^ORSALF
A < H W 1 ?) 1 IwiM < 'KKKRED. A
F M AWN1FH KNT S.JI \KKOHiNTi PIANO, PI T
111 11.K.N M -1N 1 II? ??l ,1?. litR ONLY I1AO.
FAYAB1.K IN" StONTHL\ 1 N>TALIMENTS
Ol *1?? Tills Sl'FKRF. 1 XS1 HI VKNT HAJS
CARYED LFa.S 7** ?KTAYF,s, IIAMi^iMI ?
MOl ! l?Nns AND M l TH? LATEST 1M- .
PUO\ KM t NTV OKIt.IN A L O **T, ?475
SIDNEY T NIMMo ?
J*1- 488 Tih Hrfet nortfcwewt
,?R SALE KBIAK! 'LK-s." OK ORIOlN AL O ?sT!
i hili. sell for cash, or on kasy
MONTHLY INSTAI.I MKNTS SEVERAL
i-.ti1.) 1 LBUA M HI A N OS, AT A B. HT ONK?-Vi.lo
.\H!.1Ko,vl EVERY IN-i RI MI NT
H AUKANTKU A!> O* ? il> \ | u
. ?11>XK\ T. N I MMO.
11 z _ 4:K:\ 7th fitrwi iu*rijjWWH
WV\V KI I:TKrAHrx'1 1 V LOW. Kt'll t ash, Alt
\v ri'u wi! H' WALNI T . ASK "ROAN
\\ I 1 II KH.HT STOPS AN1> AIL Till- IV.
r ai7 ki* ioi'A t ' 'H ON1Y I00 MUST BE
CALIJr.lt FOR AT ON.'E APPLY AT
, ... SIDNEY T NIM Molt.
_ 433 7th ?treet northwest.
i/H'K SAI.K*
' ? ' It MONTH Will m*v A HAMWOXI
CROAN OK AL.M(M ANY KtLI Altl.i; M Akl
. , AT SIDNKY T NIMMM'S,
Tlh uorthw*?*t.
I^OR KAt.l MH'Nl' HAMi vA!> iMIAF
Apply at I L JAl'K!*i.N A tO.S, Ohioa\e .xir!i
r 1,51 !i st. n W. fil-it*
\Hsi?)Nt:rrt* sale
Tli> iiBilenl|unl offers for sale at retail or tr> the
trade the rtii k or ?lima. t'tiK"km Ware. Furniture
and Hon* Furnishing Good* in store 1318 7th street
iiortliwitit ?
Fills ?ioi-k must bo sold to cloae an assignment ftn
tin1 bmctit wl creditor*
JAM FX n BK.AI.L,
fllw.f.ra-1 rii AMlgtief ofM (VletnaA.
I^ViR SAt.K REHTaVRAXT A^DfOM felb2 t
A|>pl\ at<l|&4lf it. i,k, (V lw* J
I A 1!MC! ANT' "lIKAl TIF'KI. OLD I
A l'amtu^;. "Tlu* i. iu.'la <?f lu?to" at ?'anlia^?, "
w .it'll <v?(i ,i .1^1 fjuinTs Jn Purts h f??u v>-ars ain>v '
? !.< .at . sily (sViu, K LY'SKli A ('AlU.b Art
w.lW |i ?tn *. ft? lu?
I^'.lt >AI1 A NO 1 LANTTAV~ JI'ST \X>M[
?n. l> rt'iwlrwl tln?'t laiviitf in tin- ln>Ht older
f..mwI wtititiiu; ? urnHfT*' The cmzi<?r * r***aon
t."l:iun i? hU deciiulnK husln.on a<ifunt of IIIlii
al'li. t'uli at ?r IIV..IIIX si'tXt'E A OL
><? i . Iw.ltlinor* *t.. Hitltliuoro. Md. |H ~j
F'H^AI F-ONK FINK 7>, 'HTAM: ITItuinT,
m itu.J,t- It'aillilui gjvjl are I'lANo, both naliiA a#
iivw Mum |? isjllvely lw ??lt1 at a sr?nt "afrlflo* Ihf
l a-Ji *i4>|.irc ilulch 1. I an Ix im*n al 7lV 7th st. li w
17-1 iu
|/<>l; s\I_K AI.I. Till JST? 'RF_KIATVRKR (9
A *tiirc M, Miirkii S|?.y, <Kt-ni?|.vl i>v L<ittrHl Ak
Ko. for Apply toMrg. MAKY 1. WfcLt'll. iMOt
N st.n.w. TA-l'it*
F"..|: s U.K-IMMKNSK HACRJFH KTx THREK
A i pn^l.t ana t*M >,;<iii?r.' llano'- N.'arlv n.'? and
fully \VBri iin?^t Kuiettt u.?k<? Will m-11 v?r\ chAAp
to iiitiLniliHte liuyer for o??h or i>u pa\ tuctili. of tlu
1HM ni'Jl'l"- One inu^iilthvnt I'r.rljflit to fivbuuge
tor old S- uiare ami balance can be to *uti
0> PIAXO KXt 'U AJS.IF.
" 4'JJ Will StaV?t.
I^OH HALK AT A HAKOA1X?A TWtNTYI
horse power locomotive KMler: sold onlv U'.-.umc
h i-- not hupe enough. It Is In 6r?t-rlaas condition.
with all of the cuneotlou*. tncludiii? an lulector!
1 ii ?air ? ot The Eveniuc Htar Newspai-vr o. lia
SAI.K PIAN<*? AND ORt.AXH, NLW AND
s?K'oii*t band. ?it low- piii-t<i l?tr rauli, aud on easy
pu> nifiila. Plan.*, and . irK'anc t.. r.-nt. HUliO
H< ilii II & CO., V2A 7ih at., sole ugeuia for Kil,iu?r
Ja28-lm*
V'-io s VI'K.TTUK HANI?SOMK \ ASPKRHON
X ! lectrti- oil * lamp'abnolutelx non-explosiv. ;nev?r
breaks or aiuokea a cliltuMv; Wht eoualg four nt
Jet?, or Bi* ordinary lamps, l'a a\e dlH 'ini
lt,"H *A l.E?SKY ERA L M O iNI^II AN'H IAN1
'laulettea, < oui-fifiia. Coupe I'.u. k.i? ?\s. ."o.ii-**,
Broughams and Vfctorlaii, n. *\ and ii'< uiid Wnd Inia^
tons. I .\tension-tops and limit-'"**, and ul?o other new
and necon.l hand carriages rhlii work will ** ?..,d
<i ll- Hp to cliw?e out. Reiwilrlna- ptvmptly aiteudtsl to. *
B' 'Hi. H <; BAH AM. It.'iKisiUiry and Faoton , Ali
41?1 K th street northwoai. " d'i?
I^OR f-Al.t OR H1BK?AT H M F. Ol Y KR 8
?'< s |.lverv and Carriage Mmiuftn-torv. II. r-.n,
H?rn.*s, MelgbB. Robes and ( iiriiag?* of all klmla.
I'alutliig and rt^alrlng In all it? branches WM F.
' T Y KR Ar Al.KX. l>AYll?SoN, 4bS and 470 < si.
u;?- _dlw_
|^..R s.M K FALL AXIi YVIXTI HCABBIAOF*.
J < <>u|>es, < ounelettee. Lan luus and I*ii laule;t^:
panel and sa.-hawrlli> ka*H\s, Y'i. torUut, Carta and
li'ii oth.-r styles, new and second liuud. J.iIlN VL 1
Y Na*, 313 titli -t. n w. ii2.V:|iij
l^tiR SALE?ALL KINI'SVIF HIBIIHT HARTE
I .?ltjwiitalii. St. AndMisburK, Train.-d Slu^rliig 1 ?n?
no-* All ?ln<1s of Kanrv Birds, Aviary Cagt~? I BI-.II.
/>.I.I.I- It. lvnnsyl\aula avg. n.w". dll-3m*
(tKXTIJEMEBPS <K3P& ~
We II AVE fJuST 1 ILCK.IYKD
ANOTHER LOT OF IOC- 1KJZEN
BROWN HALF HOSE.
The "came as w e sold so many of la?t vear.'' w hlrh w?
are oilerm? at the retnatkably low j rfce of f 1 iter bo*
of six pair*.
Also, one job lot of 100 doeen colored .lAI.K HOSE
which we will at 2??u*utK a i?air "-or ihr*^ pAtrf
for 50 cents. These goods aire worth 83 per dozen. At
8. B. ELI.F.BY H.
J"16 1112 F street northw eat.
J VST ItECElY'F.D?
A I^irpt- Line of NECK\YEA R, for &Oo.t 75c. andfL
Full Line of Fall and Winter CNDERWEAR, al
lowest prices.
Ijuxe Line of DRESS SHIRTS constantly on hkiiA
CHAKI.1S HYATT, Proprietor.
TllO.MPSON'S SHIRT. FACTORY,
816JF street northwoat.
C>pposite Patent?(ffle?.
FAMILY SUPPLIES.
Seli:ct I" lorida Oraxges.
LEMONS,
BAN ANN AS,
APPLES.
_ JfSi c. .vitx er Apq
1^ BENCH M USHROOMS.
Extra, $3.50 pkb buenr.
FRENCH PEAS. EXTRA FTW8.
$3 50 FEB DOZJO . ,
GEO. E. KENNEDY 4 SON,
IMPORTERS OF TABLE LVXUBIICS.
1209 F Street uorthw-aat.
A I* L'LL TJTNF. OF C*BOCERIB8
THAT MUST BE SOLD.
OR A NFLATFD SCO A B fUy ner lb.
BKsl PA I KN r PBO' KSS KLoL'R. iM.O0|i?rbt4
Bi ST KA M 1LY KLOK H #5.05 per bbl
BEST JAVA AND M(J A < CKFEE
KN< >WN TOTH ETBADE ICO A Si ED
A N I fti'.iil'Nl ... . i??r IX
POTATOES AND APPLE-, WHOLESALE PRICE8
Terms .strictlv cash.
POOLE. BBfMjKE & CO.,
t(' W44 Ixiuislana avenua.
CCO FF.E RRR FEE KISS_
(-OF R R E 5
O FR RRR FE
COE RRE k'2OOO
EKE R R EEE ebSs
THE CELEBRATED MINNESOTA
PATENT PROCESS FLOUI4,
Is without a doubt the most lii autiatl and lha ma8
Ni vuiiii.rs Flour In the world.
The Millers have not only the ?no?t perfat-t Mill,
containing as it does uU the ni'Mt Improved Mai'hUl*
vrv invented r.p to th" pre^. ut time, but they produfl#
a FTour I'vsfKPASSKii hv any mill in the world To
prove that, vvi' would simply state that a large uuautity
of this ina^niticelit ir Is shipjted annual.y to
Kuiope and eaten at the principal Courts of the ol4
w.irhl. U ? orAHANTKF that it Is marie h .tui sel.^ ted
lnu l wheat erown in Minnesota i-tid i>akota It la
at: acknow ledged fact, that in this Flour a p?-rfwt ?opi.rauou
of the viutinous particles of the wheat t-erry
unci a thorough elitniiiation of all wet^ and stan'hy
matter 1.as at last beeu reached, an 1 Is eonwspieotlT
more N"i raiTiors. > ieldlnjt m..re bread to th? barrel
than any other F'lour. Tlit- best tra le admits trial
from its bread making qualities it Is the cheapest, a*
well as the best, for either famllv ot baker s use. and
unsurpassed by any Klour made. Everv sa> k and
every barrel is warranted to give en:lre satis taction
STERLING'S ST. LOFIS FANCY.
One of the most lieautifUl Winter Wheat Patatita
ever offered to the trade. It Is unexcelled by any other
Patent except Ceres, aud will please the tnost exacting
housekeeper and satisfy the must tasudlouaepicure.
G I LT-EDG E.
A magnificent Winter Wheat Patent.
RELIANCE.
A splendid Minnesota I"atent Fiour, nialebyjtl*
celebrated Hungarian process. It Is a very cheap and
tieautiful Patent, within the reach of all c.aawiw, and
we giiarantee will give satlsfactiun to every on* wlM
w IU vry It
GOLDEN HILL.
The old reliable stand-by and the standard Family
Flour of the District. It la etjaal In quality to a great
many high-priced I'atent Hours, whilst it cab be
bought lor considerable less money. We defy competitors
to bring forth any Klour euperior to iTCRES,
STERLING, OILT-EIX-E, RELIANCE or GOLD EX
HILL, and we feel aesur?-d that any housekeeper w bo
trice them once will liever use anyUdug else. Foraala
by all grocers.
W'holesale Depot, corner lat at. and Indiana ave.
*e!3 WM. M. GALT 8 CO.
Oet The Best.
"THE COXOORD HARNESS,"
THE CXJNCXJltD COLLAR.
C0l*PE, CA BRI AUK, ROAD, TEAM and EXr
PB'CSS HAKNKSS of all kinds laid deacrlnUon at
LOWEST PRICES.
Even, genuine OONCORD HARNESS la atMafrt
with uiaker s name aud trad* mark.
LUTZ 8 BRO.,
487 Fanuayl vanla avtntie,
AcUoloiDC Nfttiouai W^tfj
83* HORSE BLANK KT- and CA RKi AUK BoBJ*
In great variety at very low prices. oel7

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