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THE EVENING STAR
WA8HINGTO N:
ri*E*DAir.? March 3, 1SH5.
rROMBY *. MOTES Editor.
The Fvrning Siar hail a regular, permnncnt
bona tide daily circulation more tUan treble
thai ol any oilier daily paper published iii
ft ubinitan, and equal to tliat ol all tlie
other daily paper* here added together.
The Inaugural address of tlie President will bf
JHued in an extra edition of The .star to-morrow
as soon as it is delivered at the Capitol. The
:apaclty of our web-perfecting fast presses is
IH.OOO copies an hour, and the public, nevvedealers
and newsboys can be supplied in unlimited
quantities at the earliest moment.
In order that The Stak may cover the ground
of the inauguration proceedings with its usual
Completeness, the paper will be issued in d< >ublesheet
form on Tuesday. Wednesday (inauguration
day), Thursday and Saturday of this week.
This is the last day of the Garfield-Arthur administration.
It is idle to speculate on what
might have beet-n had tlie assassin's pistol been
pushed an inch aside. Garfield had many rare
traits of character, but he had yet to prove his
talent for government. The beginnings of his
administration were not entirely auspicious.
The party was rent by bitter feuds, and ominous
clouds rose on our foreign horizons. It was at
this time that Mr. Arthur was railed, under the
most distressing and embarrassing circumstances,
to succeed to the executive office. The
murderer of his predecessor had claimed that
he did the act on behalf of the faction with
which Arthur was identified. Threats of vengeance
were openly made. His every act was
liable to be harshly and wrongfully construed.
Moreover, he was without experience In national
politics had never filled an elective
office, and was not inclined by nature or habits
for the confining and responsible task that now
awaited him. He felt his own deficiencies, lie
felt that the country mistrusted hi> capacity
and his Inclination to administer tiie government
wis.eiy.
This modesty, as the result has proven, was
his best friend. He sought to calm apprehension
by a policy ot silence and |>e? v, he >et before
himself a high ideal of duty in the discharge
of his public functions and in his lite as
our first citizen passed the years in quiet dignity.
It was lmpos-able that he should escape
criticism, but, as a whole, his administration
will pass into history with a respectable standing
for discretion and ability.
It will be interesting to the general public and
possibly useful to reckless drivers to know that
a truck driver who ran over a man in Iiroadway,
who subsequently died' from the results of
the casualty, has been held for murder. The
driver plead the usual excuse that his horse
was restless, and said that owing to the numbness
of his hands he w:is unable to control him,
but the plea did not avail.
With to-day comes to a close not merely the
Arthur administration, but the lon^ lease of j
power of the republican party. It is twenty-four
years to-morrow since Abraham Lincoln took
the oath of office. The record of that twentyfour
years will forever fill a great page iu the
cation's history. Perhaps it cannot be summarized
more clearly than by remembering
ihat the first republican President was escorted
to the Capitol through streets lined with negro
slaves, while the first democratic President
who breaks the republican line will be escorted
to the Capitol in part by negro citizens bearing
arms.
Old Senator Brabantio, of Venice, Desdemonu
f her, was a man of a good deal of
sense aud worldly wisdom, and he advised
Othello to look sharp to his bride: "She has de- j
ceived her father, and may thee." Intending
bridegrooms who win their prize out-of-hand
might profitably reflect on this bit of advice.
A woman who will fool her friends, family and
Intended to run off, as one did yesterday, with
a favored lover the night before the wedding,
has a tricky streak in her that bodes no good
to the successful wooer. The congratulationss
In such a case, are for the man who got left.
The publishers say they have made a losing
speculation on the revised version of the New
Testament, although the sales have been very
large. They anticipated a much larger demand,
however, and find themselves with large stocks
on hand. They are unloading, therefore, at
pr.'ces which will bring the books within the
reach of the poorest.
The weather bureau predict fair weather for
to-morrow, although they 6ay a storm is passing
to the north of us. Let it pass.
The political carpenters will put In a bard
days work to-day, at the Arlington, cabinet J
making.
The town is painted red, white and blue, with
the red predominating at night.
cut f lowers
FOR INAUGURAL BAT.T^
at
JOHN SAUL'S. 621 7th street,
Opposite Patent Office. It*
Supreme court of TIIE DISTRICT of
^columbia. HOLDING ORPHANS COURT.
In the matter of the Estate of IIknhy X. Baalow,
Deceased.
The petition and report of the administrator, Wm.
J. Miller, esy., tiled February '2~, l)w>, Having been
referred to me to take testimony with reference to the
matters in said petition, ail persons interested in said
estate are hereby nuUlied to appear in the Orphans
Court room on Monday, March Wli, ts?5, at a o clock
Ui the afternoon. WM H. DENNIS,
nih3-eoat Special Auditor.
Spring Stylesl
silk hats,
opera hats,
derby hatsl
JAMES Y. DAVIS" SONS,
08-2w 621 Pennsylvania ave.
Inaugural Ball.
just OPENED, full line
pearl emB'D black and WHITE KID gloves.
WHITE SILK.sATIN and LAWN BOWS and ties.
W. S. TEEL,
035 Pennsylvania avenua
IIBISHOP'S C1AMPITORINE,
An exquisite Toilet article for Chapped and Rough
Win: allays irritation and will keep the complexion
SBaooth, soft and clear. Price 26c.
Try it. If not MtUahed, return bottle and set your
aioncy back.
Prepared by L C. BISHOP. Druggist,
730 0th street, corner H street n. w.
For sale by W. S. Thompson. Druggist, 7uy 15th st.
B.w.: btott, Cromwell <& Co., 4t>o Pennsylvania ave
ft?21
]FosTER J\.ID O loves,
With improved hooks, will not catch In lace or aceldsatallv
unfasten. Price* ranging from f 1 to #2 75
{*" Every pair warranted. Also, GENTLEMEN'S
GLOVES fiTall color*
millinery, CLOAKS, BEAL AND IMITAtion
lacks, &UCHING&. NECK-WEAR. DRESS
trim minos. BUTTONS. Ac.
J. C. HUTCHINSON.
_ Suocess..r to M. Willian.
T Om Trerlse, Paris. ?f2uj 0U7 Pa ave.
SaM'l Kirk & Son, i
MA N UP A Cf U hers
or
KL?gant silver ware,
DIAMONDS,
watches,
JEWEL BY,
PLATED Ware.
SAM'L KIRK A SON,
173 WEST BALTIMORE STREET,
? . ... . Baxtikork, Mo
Established 1817. tti-lm
Insure Y"our I*boperty W ith
; A. 8. PRATT A SONS, AOENTS
For the Old*#. Strongeet and moat reliable Companies
in the l.nlted Ktatsa
HOME, of New York.
IJWniANUK CO. OF NORTH AMERICA, of
Philadelphia
NATIONAL, ofNew York.
north W est KRN. of MllwaukM.
PHENIX, of Brooklyn.
PHCENiaC, of Hartft rd.
QUEEN, of England.
VIRGINIA F. AND M., of Richmond.
Lt**ES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED AND PAID
Oty: Lincoln Hall Building. 401 ttth st. u. w. f2tMIt
T OUWVUITTON, 1 RUE SCRIBE. PARIS.
J^well-kaow n to the leading families or Washington,
at the request of many American patroiM, has
opened a branch house at Oxford street, Begint
Qrous, London. for his celebrated TRUNKS and
BAt?S. which tbr streiunh. lightness aud thorough
food flalsh are uneopaiied In the world. No geuulne
VUITTON TRUNKS so d exts.pt at 1 Rue scribe
Part*, and 2S0 Oxford street. London. Goods furwarded
to any part of the wond. LOUIS VUITTON.
CUNNINGHAM. HATTER "
Has hist received the Spring Style Block
>ILKjgre made to ordw aid old styles BernodSMU.
bll U a O.W. fy
For Full Dress W ear
in full dress coats
we IT ave just 'what is correct in styleA
SD PRICE. PRICES range from f 15 to $30.
in black doeskin pants
we have them cut "medium," large or
small in the leo, as your fancy dictates.
in full dress vests
WE HAVE ALL THE LEADING SHAPES-THE
FULL BOSOM SHAPE, HEART SHAPE-IN
black c loth or white marsailles.
0
our bargain feast still continues and
IT MAY BE TO YOURTNTERBST TO DROP IN.
*
a. SAKS a CO.,
ONE PRICE CLOTHTERS,
316 AND 318 SEVENTH STREET.
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pbb a a U u m mm m bssa
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WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO SHOW a MOST
EXQUISITE ASSORTMENT OF FINE
MILLINERY OF FOREIGN AND
HOME MANUFACTURERS.
FINE FRENCH SILK FLOWERS
I IN EVERY COMCEIVABLE style AND
COLOR
CORSAGE BOUQUETS
FOR THE INAUGURAL ball.
GOLD AND SILVER LACES
FOR ORNAMENTING purposes.
EVENING BONNETS.
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT of THESE
BONNETS OF LATEST AND PARIS PATTERNS,
AS WELL AS OUR OWN DESIGNS, CAN be
ADMIRED AT OUR MILLINERY PARLOR
WE RESPECTFULLY INVITE INSPECTION.
FAN&
A SUPERB AND RARE COLLECTION of fine
FANS. SUITABLE
FOR THE INAUGURAL BALL
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special
We have prepared ourselves for the coming Inauguration
with a number of decidedly low-priced articles
and would call your attention to our
Silver-plated Teaspoons, at 39c. set.
Silver-plated Tablespoons or Forks, at 79c. set.
Rogers' Triple-plated Teaspoons, $1.29 set.
Ivorv-handle Knives, 99c. set, with forks, $1.9&
Rubber-handle Knives and Forks, $2.79 set.
Our stock of Jewelry is at present very complete.
^e flatter ourselves that we can make it worth your
while to visit us. We, in fiact, are sure that we have
some Bargains and a number of Styles which cannot
be duplicated in the city.
Handsome Satin I'ainted Fans, at 99c. and $1.98, In
all the new shades.
Feather-covered Fans (both sides), large, $1.29.
Our stock of Gilt Picture Frames has received Dew
additions.
We offer, also. Bronze Frames, at R9c. and 99c.
Metal Cabinet Frames, at 49c., formerly 99c.
Crimson Plush Cabinet Frames, 49c.
In Toilet Articles and Mirrors we now have our
stock complete, and would mention:
Hair Brushes, from 2.5c. up: Tooth Brushes, from 6c.
up; Dressing Combs, from oc. up. We also carry the
celebrated Noyes Brass Back-Comb. Whisks, from
10c. up.; Shoe Brushes, from 25c. up. Ac., <fcc.
Our Toy Department Is full ofeverthing the youthf.il
heart can desire, and we always try and keep It so.
We scarcely have a lareer stock during the holidays.
W e do not intend to brag, but we are Msitive that
we carry a larger variety of Useful and (Ornamental
Articles than any house south of Philadelphia.
M. SILVERBERG A CO.,
Toys and Fancy G&ods,
_nih2 312 7th St., and 313 8th st., near Penn. ave.
Damask table linen and cloths!
DAMASK NAPKINS and TOWELS.
8-4 wide WINE CLOTH and NAPKINS to match
BLANKETS, BKD SPREADS and COMFORTS at
very low prices.
Full *tock of all kinds of Drv Goods.
? e solicit a call from all in 'want of Dry Goods.
WM. R. RILEY,
. _ _ Riley Building,
mhi-6t Corner 9th and E sts. n.w,
(carriages. Carriages.
carriages.
A large stock of New and Second-hand Carriages at
very low prices. Several light one-horse Coupelettes.
( trier close and open Carriages in great variety Repairing
promptly attended to.
ROBERT n. GRAHAM,
Repository and Factory,
mh2 lw 41(>-41ti 8th st. ri.w,
MISS M. CAVANAUGH HAS MOVED HER
Dress and Cloak Making Parlors from 491 Pennsylvania
avenue to
S. E. Cor 9th and E streets n.w..
Over Riley'a Dry Good store.
_Entranee on 9th street. mh2-lm*
House paints
can BE BOUGHT CHEAPER AT THE
j-fttnt Department of JAMES H. McGILL,
Dealer in Ruil'ling supplies. Nos 90S. 910, 912 and
914 G street, three dwrs west of the Patent Office, immediately
adjoinirig National Rifles' Armory, than at
any other establishment in the citv. If vou wish to
buy even the smallest quantity of white leii, oils, varnish,
colors (dry or in oil), etc., send your address on
a postal card and a printed price-list of every article
sold in this department will be sent to vou bv return
mall, reaching yoo in a few hours time bv letter-carrier.
This price-list gives the price of haff-plnt, pint,
quart, half-gallon, gallon and Ave uallons of each kind
of oil, turpentine, dryer, varnish and other liquid sold
by measure: also price per quarter-pound, half-pound,
pound, five, ten, twenty-live and one hundred pounds
of each article sold by weight; also list n?d prices o.
miscellaneous articles. The prices are graded according
to the quantity bought. Large buveis get very
lowest prices; small buvers pay a slight! v higher rate
My prices are flxed. All buyers buvlng the same quantity.
pay the same price. The inexperienced buver gets
the same price as the oldest painter If he buys the
same quantity.
After examining my price-list, send your orders by
messenger, telephone, or by mail, and they will be
filled promptly, and the biU, as per price-list, collected
on delivery. Goods delivered to all parts of the city
The other departments of my business have grown
to satisfactory proportions. I now give my special attention
to tUe Paint Department, and expect, bv having
a full supply of tirst-elass*go?ds, selling them at low
prices and making prompt deliveries, to secure a liberal
share oi the public patronage.
JAMES H. MCGILL,
? Dealer in Building Supplies.
f28-3m 908, 91Q, 912 and 014 O Street
jr u t t e r ,
Eggs, Canned Goods, Potatoes, <ftc? always fresh and
cheaper than can be purchased elsewhere.
MORGAN PENNYBACKER,
Wholesale ano Retail Dealer,
901 Louisiana avenue,
f2 i-flt* Under Ford's Opera Houae.
.Mm. T. 13. Harrison,
1337 F ST. N.W.,
special spring opening op
imported bonnets
and hats
for early spring wear,
monday and tuesday,
March 2 and 3.
<2S?t* (No Cards.)
This B eats Them All.
MEN'S $1.25 PANTS, FOR _ 90c.
ISO " Jl.lfl
6.00 SUITS " ....^4.00
BOYS' fl.OO LONG PTa .:.79
M 1 'AK ?* ? U (in
* * '
75 0EEPT8. " ? 49
M 1 (Uj u M M
$U)0 LADIES' OP. SLIPPERS 75
Bo\ s" $;{. SUITS for ?Y ,V?. Boys' $4 SUITS for $3.
J. W. SELBY. 1914 A 1910 Pennsylvania ave. tUH
Inaugural Flour.
Buy our "NEW SOUTH" Patent Roller Flour If
you want the very best bread for your frienda,and they
can then see that Washington can make flour equal
to any made elsewhere. We alao offer our w. H.
Tenney Family Flour, equal to pay Family Flour sold
in WaahlBgU^L
For sale by moat all standard grocer*, and wholesale
by W. H. TENNEY * SONS,
f2S-3t Merchant Millers.
I irst Spring Opening.
MRS. M. J. HUNT,
1309 F STREET NORTHWEST,
Will exhibit her first Importation of
FRENCH bonnets AND HATS
ON monday and tuesday,
? ? MARCH 2s AND to.
No Carta. Q8
Mets ^Requisites For The
"BALL."
i
FINE PLAITED BOSOM DRESS SHIRTS.
10 and 16 Plaits, $1.25 and $1.50 each. I
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men's fixe neckwear, :
Ties, Bows, Ac., In Lawn, Silk and Satin.
MEN S FINE BLACK SILK HOSE, \
Split Feet, 00c., 75c. and $1 per pair.
LATE8TSTYLES AND SIT A PES IN COLLARS AND ]
CUFFS.
FULL LINE OF MEN'S KID GLOVES, 1
in Evening Shades, at Popular Prices.
f
woodward A lothrop,
BOSTON DRY GOODS house. ,
021 Pa. ave. ONE PRICE ONLY. 012 D at :
mh'J
(xLOVES, I loSIFRY And Hu?!
KERCHIEFS
. . AT THE J
BOSTON DRY GOODS HOUSE.
Having Just closed out from the manufacturers their '
stock of
4-button perinot dressed and un- t
DRESSED OPERA KID GLOVES
at an enormous sacrifice, we propose to give yon the
benefits derived from the purchase by offering tliem at
just
ONE HALF FORMER PRICE.
The reign of the Mousquetalre has been so phenomenal
that these goods have been almost entirely driven
from the market, but we certainly think this extreme
low price will be appreciated, unit insure a ready sale. 1
Four-Button Dressed an?l Undressed Opera Kid
Gloves, all sizes, in Opera and Modes,
ONLY 75c. PER PAIR. ]
Formerly sold for $1.50 per pair.
We have Just received a new Invoice of
SUEDE GLOVES, IN BUTTON AND MOUSQUE- '
TAIRE,
in all the New Shades of Tan, for the coming season.
20-Button length Colored Silk Oloves, in all the i
Evening shades.
20 and 30-Button Length Suede Gloves, in New Tan
Shades.
embroidered handk erchiefs. (1
We are showing a superb line of the above goods in '
White and Colored Embroidered, with Hem and Scalloped
edges. Large assortment of choice styles, from
31 V&C. to $2.50 each.
NOVELTIES IN FINE SILK HOSE. 1
parti-colored silk hose
In the following combinations of colors: Old gold with
Black, I-avender with Old Cold, Cream with Cardinal, 1
Light Blue with Cream, Black with Pink, Light Blue
with Black. Only $2 per pair.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP, \
BOSTON DRY GOODS HOUSE,
ONE PRICE ONLY,
021 Pa. Ave [128] 012 D St. i
Spring Opening
of
SILK VELVETS.
Velvets are becoming more fashionable every season,
and is now the favorite material for combining 1
with woolens, and also very popular for street wear.
We are now showing an elegant stock of these goods
in all the standard and new dull shades.
17-inch silk velvet.
Only $1 per yard,
in Wine. Violet, Myrtle, Olive, Navy and Elephantine.
10-INCH SILK VELVETS
Only $1.50 per yard,
in Castor, Cadet. Wine, Sanhire, Myrtle, Seal, Garnet,
Navy, Copuelicot, Bordeaux and Rose.
10-inch silk brocade velvet,
Only $2.50 per yard, '
in Fawn, Castor, Saphire, Myrtle, Navy, Light Brown, !
. Garnet. Drab and Seal.
10-INCH BLACK SILK BROCADE velvet, ;
Only $2.25 per yard.
two-toned velvets.
Old Gold field, with Brown figure.
Fawn field, with Brown figure. '
Cardinal field, with Black figure. !
Light Blue field, with Navy figure.
Cream field, with Straw figure. ,
SILK SEAL SKIN PLUSH. ]
We have taken off one dollar per yard on the above
goods, with a view of closing the stock.
$4 to $3; $5 to ?4; $6 to $5; $7 to $8.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
BOSTON DRY GOODS HOUSE
021 Pa. av. One Price Only. 012 D st. f28 (
^YTore Bargains
THIS WEEK. 1
CLEARING SALE CONTINUED WITH GREAT
SUCCESS. "
BLACK DRESS SUITS FOR GENTLEMEN, TEN
PERCENT It EDUCTION.
BLACK DRKSS SUITS FOR BOYS HAVE BEEN
REDUCED A BOL T TWFNTY-FIVE PER CENT.
boys' cassimere suits have been
marked down below cost. . (
YOUTHS' CASSIMERE SUITS HAVE SUFI
ERED THE SAME FATE. AND REAL STYLISH
Strre OF THIS DESCRIPTION ARE NOW SELLING
FOR TEN DOLLARS.
MEN'S TEN DOLLAR SUITS ARE NEARLY 1
CLOSED OUT, BUT SUITS OF SIZES 33 AND 34 CHEST
MEASURE YET REMAIN IN LARGE
AND PLEASING ASSORTMENT. OVERCOATS
FOlt TEN DOLLARS, MARKED DOWN FROM
FIFTEEN AND EIGHTEEN, ARE STILL IN
STOCK, BUT ARE HIGHLY APPRECIATED BY
NUMEROUS PURCHASERS. IF YOU WANT A 1
SPRING OVERCOAT, BUY NOW. <
IN PANTA LOONS BA KGAINS ARE TO BE HAD ?
FOR $2.7.r>, S3.50 AND $5. PANTALOONS HAVE
BEEN REDUCED FROM TEN TO FORTY PER t
winter underwear, particularly in i
large and extra large sizes, i am of- >
i ering at prices that will pay you TO 1
CAiilCi for future use. no suspenders '
left, but lots of neck-scarfs in choice
patterns for largely reduced pricks.
IN THE BROKEN CONDITION OF MY stock,
IT IS IMPOSSIBLE to SUIT EVERY one, but*
THE BEST THAT IS POSSIBLE WILL be f>one.
don't forget I have a BESPOKE DEPARTMENT
ON "secon p floor.
HENNING,
the clothier,
410 seventh street fe28
ever Let Your Chances
LIKE SUNBEAMS PASS you by,"
B UT GRASP THE SITUATION ALWAYS AND
MAKE GOOD USE OF YOUR SPLENDID
OPPORTUNITIES.
PRINCE ALBERT SUITS, AT.T. WOOL, $1L
This Is a startling announcement, but a fact, never- ]
theless. :
G. A. R SUITS, ALL WOOL, INDIGO, 3 SETS J
BUTTONS, $0.50.
We used the knife on this line and cut deep without i
drawing blood. a
1
SPRING OVERCOATS, WITH SILK FACINGS,
ALL WOOL, $4.78. I
Beyond question the cheapest garments ever offered
in the District. ^
800 PAIRS OF MEN'S CHEVIOT PANTS,
STRICTLY ALL WOOL, $2.50. r
This is no "fhlry tale," but the plain unvarnished ]
truth.
D L E R'B I
TEN PER CENT
r
CLOTHING HO USB, ]
027 and 020 Seventh street northwest,
J
Corner Massachusetts Avenua
I
STRICTLY ONE FRIGE, <
i
Notwithstanding the "bulldoiing" policy adopted !
by the would-be "Bosses" of the Clothing Trade In this :
market, we beg to say to the PEOPLE that ws shall
continue the good work begun by cutting FANCY \
PRICES unmercifully, and finally bring to naught
the "toasters' " boasted feat of having educated the
people of the District of Columbia up to tha standard j
of FANCY Prices. j
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49* Open evenings until 0; Saturdays until 11. OS i
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?? f 1 1^5 58 Siltr i
Don't flail to buy something to carry hone fbr the !
Ladles and Children. J. J. GOULD has a wonderful i
Stock of Nic Nacs in Toys, Pictures, Gift Cards, At.
Photographs of Monument, 5c. Easter and Birthday I
Cards, Scrap Book Pictures of Dogs, Gats, Antmnu
Birds and everything else. Come aud see. 421 Oth
st^^between Pennsylvania ave. and the ^PsUuit I
WANTED?HELP.
WANTED?1,000 BOYS TO SELL TITE INAUguration
Gazette. Applv at Craftsman office.
V00 D St n.w., or to C. WILSO^T. 0Q3 15thst n.w. It"
\\tanted?immediately-live men to
TT sell our Inaugural Souvenirs cn the street ? capital
needed, 81.5<>?big money for able men. Apply at
JIB Pennsylvania avenue n.w. It*
\\TA NTED?T W O BARTENDERS. SEVEX
J T Waiters and Carver. Applv at 004 Pennsylvania
ave. n.w. It*
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS UXIOX PLUMBER
T T at once; steady work, at 022 D st n.w. R. C,
BROOKS. It*
AXTED?500 MEX AND BOYS TO SELLA
* popular work. Call at WEEKS A CO.'S Auction
rooms, 637 Louisiana avenue. It*
WAXTED-'20 ACTIVE. EXEROETIC MEX
Call, between 7 and 8, Wednesday morning, at
Star office. CHAS. A. DAVEMMHT. It*
WANTED-lOO GOOD~ BOYS CAN MAKE
money selling our new cheap Guide. Call B. H.
WARNER, 910 F st n.w. m3-3t
WANTED?OXE GOOD UPHOLSTERER TOGO
to Harrlsburg. Pa. Inquire at 828 12th at n.w..
this city, between the hours of 4 and 5 o'clock p. m.,
for three days. mli3-2t*
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS MILLINER; MUST
be a good trimmer.accustomed to tine trade: only
those fUUy competent will suit. Apply, statins salary
required, Box 149, Star office. mh2-2t
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS PA8TRY AM)
bread Cook, man or women. Apply at the Clarendon,
1401 New York ave. mh'J-ot
W" ANTED-A COOK, A CHAMBERMAID AND
a nurse. No colored or Irish need apply. Call
it Room 10, St. Cloud Building. mh2-3t*
AXTED?A WHITE GIRL. TO IX) THE
Housework for a small family. No washing.
References At 612 6th st. n.w., between E and F
mh2-3t
ANTED-A COOK. WITH BEST CITY REFerences.
Apply at 1519 K st n.w. f28-3t*
ANTED-A YOUNG GIRt, TO COOK AND DO
general housework, no washing or Ironing. Call
at 017 10th st. n.e. Fi8-3t
ANTED-A SALESMAN TOSELL CROCKERY
and glassware in the District of Columbia. Ap
ply, giving references, to RAMSAY, BAKER A CO..
Baltimore, Md. f28-3t
W~~ AXTED?A SETLLED WOMAN, TO TOO if,
wash and iron in a small family: also to take
cane of children; white preferred. PE'1'ER WYNN E,
1701 8th st. n.w. f28-:tt*
ANTED-AFTER MARCH 4TH, A SETT LED
colored woman for cook and for general housework,
for a family of two. Apply with references to
1610 31st St., Georgetown. RJ8-3t*
AN'TED-MAN IT) TAKE CARE OF~~COW,
chickens and work a small piece of land: to tlie
right man steady employment will be given; must
have good reference. Address, stating wapes expected,
box 154, Star office. fV8-3t
ANTED^IMMEDIATELY-ONE OR TWO
good Street Talkers to sell a Democratic picture;
a real novelty; nothing like it in the held. Call at once
at 9'25 7th st. n.w. f28-3t*
WANTED-BY KENSINGTON ART CO.. IM~ME
dlately, Ladies to work for us at their homes; it
la light and pleasant and sent by mail; distance from
Boston no objection: any industrious person can earn
from $7 to $10 per week, no canvassing: for full information
address KENSINOTON ART ROOMs.35 Congress
st., Boston, Mass. P. O. Box 5078. P_M>-eoI2t
WANTED?LADIE8 AXiTYOUNG GIRLsTlN
city or country, to do entirely new kind of fancy
work at home; work sent by mail; distance no objection:
steady employment; good salarv; no canvassing;
no stamp required for replv. Address EMPIRE
M ANUEACTL RING CO.,707 Washington st.,Bostou,
Mass. 12?>-6t*
W~ ANTED-WHITE AND COLORED WOMEN
cooks, $10 to $20: chumbermaids, nurses, general
workers, scrub and kitchen Kirls, men cooks.
PRICE A COOM BS, Employment aiid Room Renting
Agents, 920 F st. n.w. f25-lw?
WANTED?THOSE IN WANT OF RELIA BLE
help and situatiCn^.-male and female, cooks, laborers,
clerks, housemaids, .aud all positions of trust,
apply to or address National Employment and Room
Renting Agency, licensed office. OO0 Louisiana ave.
n.w. ja31
wanted-situatTons.
WANTED?BY-A KKHP ECT ABLE COLOREli
girl, a situation as cook or nurse in a small
family; references furnished. Address 1120 Uth st. n.
w. It*
WANTED-BY A YOUXG GERMAN A SITUAtion
a* seamstress, or to take charge of children.
Address Box 124, Star office. It*
WANTED-A SITUATION BY AN ACTIVE,
sober young white man. as Coachman and
Sroom: thoroughly understands bis business; can give
iood reference. Address 8. C.t Star office. It*
WANTED-A YOUNG ENGLISH LADY WlSlf
ing to go abroad would give her services for expenses
paid as companion to a ladv or family going to
Europe: references given. Miss McAURTHUR, 1406
Washington st. Suite 3, Boston, Ma&s. mh3-3t*
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN IN REduced
circumstances a situation or emplovment
3f any kind: con make himself useful; good citv references.
Address J. F. A.^Star office. f28-3t*
WANTED?PLACES FOR HOUSEKEEPERS,
seamstresses, ladies' maids, cooks: nurses chain- !
Sernialds, nien cooks, waiters/wait resses and other help, !
tvith references. PRICE A-COOMBS, Employment
Hid Room Renting Agents, 920 F st n.w. fcif^lw*
"11TAN TEI)?S ITU AT IONS?N U RNES FOR THE
TT sick can be obtained at all hours of the dav or
night,through tlieWARIIINGTON DIRECTORY f'OR
NURSES, southwest cor. of 12th and F sts.n.w. f3-5w*
wanted?ROOMS.
WANTED-BY HlNfiLE GENTLEMAN, BOOM
and Board in private fltmily, between 13tli and
li't!; sts. and F and L u.w. Address Box 1 siar
Jffice. m3-3t*
\\TAXTED?BY A PHYSICLAX, ROOM SUIT
TT aiile lor office, furnished or unfurnished, in
aorthu est nart of city, after March 4th. Addi ess Box
90. Star office. m2-3t*
wanted?houses.
WANTED?HOUSES FOB GOoZTfEXANT8?
We make a specialty of property of non-restlents.
B. H. WARN ER, 010 E st. f2tv5t
WANTED? HOUSES TO RENT. WE HAVE
constant application.
^ ^ HUFTY A DYER,
[3B-lm Real Estate and Insurance. 13th and E sts.
WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS.
\\r anted-the tuMi'LKXin.vTT
Oar fashionable society ladies, resident and
iri i ors. will please notice that Dr. .1. VAX DYCK
lermatologist. beauuhes the complexion, not bv
he use of cosmetics, paln:s or enamels, but by removing
all blemishes, as pimples, black-heads, liveripoi?,
sallowness, moles, wine or birthmarks, redness
uid olliuess of the nose, coarse deep pores, and superluous
hair, by the most approved methods known to
iclence, making the complexion fresh, pure, clear,
jeerless and beautiful. Dr. van Dvck numbers among
iis patrons the elite of America. You can consult tne
10 tor with every faRb in his skill. Dr. VAN DYCK
i.. removed his office to 802 11th st. n.w., twodoors
lom H St.. where he can be consulted every dav until
jext Tuesday, March loth. nmS-tu.wAthilm*
WANTED?FIFTY HEAD OF HORSED FOB
citv and country use. Parties having Turnouts
;o sell will call at W. i'.GEYER A CO.'S. C St.. betw een
and tfth st. n.w. Also, the cheapest place to hire
tforses and Carriages. Horses and Carriages for
^le. _ CiS
WAi*rSP^?P , A,S,K WHETHER YOU HAVE
seen the "Little Giant,'* at 1202 F st. n. w.,weighng
less than three pounds, and with 1 cent's worth of
cii.djing wood cook two meals. Crowds see it daily
ind buy It at #1.50. f
X. O. BOXD A CO.
VV^TED,~A THOROUGHLY FINE. SAFE
Tt Horse, for gentleman's driving and ridintt Addescription
and price, GEO. P. HRAD>1REET.
U. S. aenute P. O. t2J?-3t*
WANTED-LADlES TO KNOW THAT MY
Electric Method is positively the onlv process
ynich totally Destroys Superfluous Hair. Sena stamp
Ttrius reasonable. MADAME GABRIEL,
711 8^h st. n,w. Stj-Ut"
Wanted- " ?
Plumbing Repairs promptly attended
T. V. KOON AN. Plumber,
J2?i5 018^ 11th st. n.w
WANTED-EVERY LADY TO BE HER OWN
,S^59rimker. by learning cutting and titting by
15 new tailor system of actual xueoburement.
[t is taught at 1237 Pennsylvania ave. n.w. fe23
W^T^-THAT $1 BOX OF SO^CIGAltS
T T 1 hat box of 26 cigars for 40c. All former 15c.
"ow l0c- 20 cigarettes 5c., at
>1CKLE BROS.', 1011 Pennsylvania ave. fl7-lm
WANTED - ENVELOPE^ DEPARTMENT,
rare United States and Foreign Stamps. Send on
jpprm al aud always state lowest cash price. L. H.
\DLER, JR., Wholesale Stamp Dealer. Box 37,
Philadelphia, Pa. Q3-lm
WANTED?8ECON D-H AND CLOTH ING. WATches^uns,pistols
Jewelry; Also, furniture, stoves,
tot. Best cash price puid. s. (juggenheimer,
'01 ' th S.w. Note by mall promptly attended toJ12-2m
WT ANTED-CUSTOMEBS FOR 5.000 MATT
V tnpses, with Pillows, at 86 cents. STUMPH A
3R0., Manufacturers of Mattresses and Bedding, 037
rtb st n.w. Jal0-3tit*
Wanted- i
J, b?,ve reliable Felt Derbys at 92 and $2.50. A.
K" ^ 'th General stock of Hats and
hurnlshlngg cheap. IB-3m
l?CBHA8tK
, diO 616 Louisiana ave.
itt ANTED-INSECTS AND THEIRGERMEX^
tt terminated from Bed Lounges aud other fUrnl?re:,Fu?.
Ac. A- H7CHACE A BRO.,
?u31 616 Louisiana ave.
wtantkp-to announce' that john e.
TT BEALL, Bateman ACo.'s Bank, 1411 F st n.
*' is ? Commissioner of Deeds for every State and
rerntorr, L. s. Commissioner, Examiner and Noary.
Always In office from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. m2
BUSINESS CHANCES.
For sale ob bent - well-equipped
PrJnUiig Office with SteRm-power and Business,
mh3-2t* a. p. french, 931 C st n.w.
*tt"anted?first-class lawyer of expeTT
rlence, with about $3,0o0i to extend advertiser's
aw and claim business. Address business, Star
>fllce. m2-6t
rSE SERVICES OF RELIABLE PARTY WITH
$5,000 cash wwited in a proflubl* business ^either
*9 Partner or on salary, with security. Address or ap>ly
CONTRACT0R~12 So. Gay st ,Baltlroore.mh2-3y
For sale-ten to twenty sha res great
tails IoeStock. CHARLES W. HANDY. 921 Est
X W. f28-3t*
Fob tbade-i have a new and improved
T> pe Writer (Callgraph) with desk and
eather mver which cost cat 9108. Having no use
?r R I will trade ft>r almost anything of same value.
3. W. HENDERSON, Owen HouseTl413 Pennsvlvaila
ave. ^ f25-Ot*
DABTlErFBOM otheb cities andstates,
JL ^or who contemplate leaving this db', by calUng
kt Johnson Brothers' Wood and Coal office, 1202 F
tt. n.w., can leurn of a grand opportunity by which
Jrom two to five thousand per cent can be made
luring the next six mouths on moderate Investments.
announcement, bU4 a fact. Call and see.
m.iat* _ bond a co.
a. 5o0p i*cvs8tmbxt?the latest patent
^e
heap. Becommended by all to be the best In the
ourlHt. Selling for want ofame to attend to It Ap?ly
to J* ? YERKES, office Independent Ice Company,
lath st and Pehua. ave. Ie20-2w?
JOHN T. MITCHELL,
Notary Public,' UOtflKuu uy^anla ave.
Improved and unimproved property la all parts ot
i
1 .
FOR RENT?ROOMS.
I^OR RENT-FOR THE 4TH OF MARCH-PARlor
on Pennsylvania nve , five large * Inflows, cen- i
tral location, llit* finest view of the Inaugural parade
In the city: will accommodate 15 or 20 person*: price,
*200. Address Box 1O0. Star office It
I^or rext-furx ISHKD ROOM FOR INAUk'
lration week. 739 9th st., corner H st n. w., over
Bishop's l>rug Store, accommodate ladv and gentleman,
or three gentlemen. Central location. It*
I^OR REXT?1008 F ST. X.W., TWO WELL
Furnished Rooms: will accommodate a party of
10 persons; cars pass the door to all points of interest;
location central. It*
I^ORRENT?A LARGE ROOM OX THE FIRST
floor, with two beds, at 217 East Capitol St. lt?
I^OR RENT?FURNISHED ROOMS AT 1207
11th st, n.w., for InauKiiration or permanent renting
It*
PX?R RENT-sevf. RA l eleg ANTLY furnished
Rooms on first, second and third floors during
inauguration. 1007 f st. n.w. f27-5t*
FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMSFOR
the inauguration or permanently: can accommodate
a party of ten: house has all conveniences. 012
Pennsylvania ave. s.e. mh2-ftt*
I^OR RENT-FOR THE INAUGURATION?SEVeral
Suites of Apartments, famished, In private
family. Everything first-class. 132Q Fst n.w. mli2-2t
]^OR RENT?PLENTY AND~GOOD SLEEPING
Accommodation at $1 and $1.50 per nicnt, at 623
Pennsylvania ave., opposite Metropolitan Hotel.;
mh2-8t* %
For rent-accommodatio^for ten for
Inauguration, with or without Board. 1235 Massachusetts
ave. n.w. tn2-2t*
For rent-parlor and chamber, fcrnished;
also unfurnished Room. At 92V 10th st
n.w. m2-tft
For rent-pleasant furnisheTT room
on second floor, wiih use of bath: near three lint*
or cars; suitable for one or two persons. Rent S6 per
month. U19Pst. n.w. mh2-2t?
For rent-furnished rooms- in all
parts of the city, for Inauguration. Special attention
given to applicant*. GREEN ?fc BRYANT, 514
9th st. n.w. mh2-3t
For rent-rooms and lodging?have
nine (9i large, pleasant rooms, with heat and gas,
at 2022 F st. n.w. Price $1 per day In advance: three
squares west of State, War and Navy. mh2-3t*
I^OR RENT -FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
i Board, at reasonable terms. West End Hotel,
1?17 K st. Windows for rent for the inauguration.
f28$t?
I^OR RENT-IN A PRIVATE FAMU?YT TWO
. convenient adjoining Rooms, with gas, fire and attendance:
four persons one week: $50. Address
STAN FORD, Star office. IVS-3t*
Iron RENT-ROOMS IN BUILDING 519 7TH
st. n.w.; rent low. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 920
F st. n.w, _ f2H-3t
FOR RENT?4TH MARCH, A "PARLOR WITH
I-our Windows and Balcony, Including heat 105
Pennsylvania ave. Apply
fZ8-:it* p. BOILEAU._
IT"?R RENT-FOUR LARGE ROOMS, WITH TWO
double beds In each; rooms suitable for from sixteen
to twenty persons; private family. App'v immediately
12oK bth st. n.w. f2S-3t*
FOR RENT?THREE NICELY FURNISHED
Rooms for the inauguration, or permanently to
gentlemen. Apply to 218 B St., north of Pennsylvania
ave., near 3d n.w. P2S-3t?
I7?OR RENT-AT 1444 N ST. N. W? FURNISHED
. Rooms for inauguration and permanent. Also,
large, light Basement, two rooms: oav window: suitable
tor office. f28-3t*
1??QR RENT?AT 1115 17THST. N. W., VERYDEslrable
suite of rooms to parties without children;
references required. f284t*
I^OR RENT-1911 PENNSYLVANTA AVE.N.W.,
very desirable rooms, en suite, furnished us parlors
and bed rooms, to parties without children. References
required. fe25-6t*
FOlt RENT?1#33 G ST. n7w.,~ LARG E, wELLnirn!
-hed Room for rent with boat d. References
exchanged. fl(i-15t?
I^or rent?1214 k st. n7w., large, newly
furnished Parlors and Bedrooms, first and Second
tloors, with grate tires- also single room; desirable location.
d27-9w*
FOR RENT?WE HAVE A BIG LIST OF ROOMS
ol all kinds, with or without Board. In all part* of
the city: lists furnished iree of charge at WARFI
ELD'S Room-renting Agency, 499 llui St., opposite
Star office. Ii29-13w*
for rent-flats.
I7?OR RENT.
apartments
In the
woodmont flats.
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED.
/PPly to J. V. X. HUYCK.
f28-3t 1505 Pennsylvania ave.
FOR R KNT?FLATS?
A handsome Flat in " The Richmond," either ftirnished
or unfurnished. For full partIculnrs apply to
THOS. J. FISHER CO.,
f25-6t 1324 F st.
for rent?stores!
T^or rentFINE
STORE,
Suitable for either drug or grocerv business, cor. 15th
and I sts. n.w. JOllN S1IERMAX,
fJS-lw 927 F st. n.w.
I7<OR RENT?FIXK LARGE STflRh , WITH CELlar
and connectinp: rooms if wanted; central part oi
the city, half square north of Pensylvania ave. Will
be vacant by March 16th. Inquire* 423 11th st. n.w.
(private entrance.) , f7-ltn
FOR RENT?OFFICES.
I^OR RENTGLOVER
BUTI.DIXG.
F St., between 14th and 15th sts. n.w.,
Near U. S. Treasury.
Handsome Office Rooms, either sjnele or en suite,
with steam, heat, elevator and janitor ?e. vice.
? _ THOS. J. FISHER & CO.,
f20-2w 1324 F st. n.w.
mo n ey~to~loan.
Money to loan ox~real estatf. in'
amounts to suit. B.H.WARNER,
fai>-3t OKi f st. n. w.
A I ONEY TO LOAN OX REAL ESTATESECUR?ty
of the District, at ?> percent interest: liiciiitles
for repayment uneowdled: charges very moderate. G.
HAR1IG, Treas. \\ ushlngton six Percent Permanent
Building Ass'n, lOOl, cor. 7ll? and K sts. il.w. f23-am*
Money to loan on real estateTin
sums to suit.
o T, , ^ HUFTY A DYER.
f20-3m Real Estate and Insurance, 13th and F sts.
si 00,000visiwss*"-' *"***
DANENHOWER <fc SON.
fe!7-lm 122U F ?t.
Money to loan on real estatePrompt
attention to all applications.
SWORMSTEDT & BRADLEY,
HI 1 ni 92*f F st. n.w.
Money to loan on real estate or
other security, in sums to suit, at lowest rates of
interest; least expense und without delay. R. a.
PHILLIPS, 1438 New York ave. n.w. f7-2m
$20,000 TO LOAN
12,000
3.500 ON REAL ESTATE
1,500
600 [se23] THOS. e. waggaman.
Money to loan] ^
On Real Estate Security,
At Lowest Rates of Interest.
R. O. HOLTZMAN,
ffi Corner 10th and F streets northwest
Money to loan
In sums to suit, on approved Real Estate security,
at lowest rates of Interest. Charges moderate. No
unnecessary delay. J. V. N. HUYCK,
"I5 1505 Pennsylvania ave.
I HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD REALMS:ate
or collateral security at lowest rates of interest
No delay when security is good. O. C. GREEN. Room
lj l tremen s building, cor. (th st. and La. ave. ja28
Money to loan
In sums to suit, at lowest rates, on approved real
ertide security. FITCH, fox Jt BROWN,
1437 Pennsylvania ave.
Money to loan
at lowest rates of interest.
on real estate security.
THOS. J. FISIIER <& CO..
ge5 1324 F at n.w.
boarding!
Board-4 fa fayette square-table
Board?Breakfast from 7 to 10; Dinner from 4 to
8--During Inaugural. mhMt*
1 h bti-hanbsomkly furnished
X aU tl sunny Rooiuh. with unexcencionable
Board lor transient or permanent. fto-Im*
HANMOMELY FURNI SHED ROOMS, NEAR
all lines of cars. Also Table Board. References
given and required. 514 13th ?t. n.w. fl7-lm*
t^urnished rooms, with fur8t-CLA88
X table Board. 1012 14th st. n.w. fl2-lm
qj.ft k6t- n-w-. one parlor floortand
v f Owe second-story floor; rooms en suite or
single. Heated by open grates and furnaces. Table
Board a specialty. Mrs. D. B. STOCK HAM. Translent
Boarders accommodated. Ja6-2m*
Large, airy rooms for rent at 314 and
316 Indiana ave. Also, Boarding for three
months, at $16 per month. Advance payment
strictly required. Ja5-3m
Th5 LOCHIEL HOUSE, 512 9TH ST. N. V?Z
and the La Pierre, southwest corner of 10th and B
sts. n.w., are the best conducted Boarding houses in
the city. Table first-class; pleasant, rooms. Terms
moderate. . qc27
6 ?rpHE TREMONT."?THIS HOTTSF WAS RKTHV
A repainted and repapered, and in everv way put
in first-class order. It is the coolest and most desirable
place to board In the city. Terms, $25, $80, $40
and $45 per month. je7
attorneys.
TOHN. W. MORRIS,
v (Late Principal Examiner U. S. Pension Office),
Attorney at Law, 924 Massachusetts are., makes
the Prosecution of Pension Claims a Specialty.mh3-6t?
TOHN AMBLER SMI TIE
U Attorney at Law and Patent Attorney, 1434 New
1 ork avenue. French spoliation and all other claims
collected. <5-lm*
f CHARLES J. GOOCH, SOLICITOR OF PATENTS,
V.' Counsellor-at-Law and Ex pert,St. Clond building,
9th and F sts. Good work, good references, moderate
charges. Twenty-one years' experience. d81
xt n- miller, attorney-at-law,
Rooms 2 and 4, Gunton Law Building,
472 1 iini?iy<? avenue.
Residence, 240 North Capitol st mh^9
SAMUEL H. WALKER,
U.S. Commissioner, Notary Public and Attorney
for Rents,
Jy2 630 Louisiana ava. next to City P. 0.
hotels.
TTOLLY TREE HOTEL AND DINING ROOMS
11 518 9th st. n.w..
Can furnish Room and Board for 150 more, at $2.50
per day. TA-Qi
The Ajino.
A Select, Private Hotel, Uie Finest of tUUaftat the
National Capital.
Situated on 16th at, between f and K Ms., near L*fayette
Square.
This new establishment is now ready Jbr the reoeth
tlon of guests; newly furnished throughout; electric
bells and open fireplaces in every room; elefant
suites, with large parlor and private bath; alio slngis
rooms for gentlemen.
BOTH AMERICAN AND XVBOPXAJf PUik
ocattoa Central and Unsnrpasaed.
! FOR jtEXT? HOUSES.
I^OR RENT?loit F ST N. hTs^TOHY BRU'K.w
rooms: *11 mod, imps.: jtvO per month.
94o K ft. ii.w.,2-story and basement Rriok; 7 room*:
all mod. imps.; $35 pet n. ?nth.
SWORMSTEDT A BRADLEY.
m3-6t 928 F * n w.
FORRENT-A TWO-STORY AN D BAS1.M1NT
frame house, wvcn rooms and hath, modern Improvements;
1624 5th st. n.w.: rent $22.50 In adv. iv e.
Apply it.'i i N aw York av. . i. \v. fe'j4 J>v
IpOR HKNT-1N WEST WASHINt 1TON A
firs-class House: modern improvements nine
rooms; rent ?40. yVpplv to JOHN TR1MBLK. 8o09
0 street and 514 F street, nihH-6:
IJM3R RENT--1325 S ST., T\V?>-sfORY I'.Hli K
House: eight rooms. Also, s-.aMe Wr\ d irable
home for small fiuiiilv. Applv at 11th st.
mh2-3t*
ISoS RENT?BY R. O. HOLTZXAN
Fst. n. is. iHr..^c;<Hi ? n (.rant PT<*,ftir,WlflO.OO
G St.. near 19thst..r.ttNM 0 Its;., n. 15:h. 11 rs..fl<M? i*>
LafayetteSq., I7r ,:;oo.t?, p.-t . n < ".ipUoi. f . .loo.?s?
Loliiyette?)., 17r.,f'2.Vi.tKi 1M?9 11 st. n.w s,t.:;:5
M st., Thomascir., (250.<*> 1759 Pst. n.w.. 1 lr....- ?;! :t:<
Conn.av.,n.N.13r,f.20s.:t;{ cor.st..n. 14th.t' niiki
Iowa Circle, (hr l?i?i#??i 161713th 8t. n w..9r6Q.<iO
S?-t. n.Cimn av. l3r2<tO.<Ht 1M'.? 1li sr. n.w . !?i iMMM
M st. n. S?tli st.. li?r.fl5o.OO lfij! l.tili o.n w .li ihuhi
Iftthst. u. R-I.av9rl50.00 l?i-.!3 13thst. n w.,9rt>o.oo
llUlist. Dupont clr.fl5o.00 21o ?Uh st.. srv... 50.no
Mass. av.. n. 15th. f,15o.oo 7j?i 17th st., tl;i. .Vmki
F,n.4th n. w..8r..fl25.0O 17?>o P st.,-;iore 4iVoo
1502Yt.av., 14r 125.90 42o 9th st.n.w ;55.oo
2H Iowa circle. 12r_lt.Xt.mt o:;5 2.?thst. n.w.,9r-.2o.oo
18S0 18th St., 18r...100.00 Stable,rear 1405 11 _o ?mi
Md n .n'r 1st n.efur.loo.oo H-J5 La. av. n.w., 5rs.15.00
For'list of property for sale call or send at office for
Real Estate fiuiae.
flffi R. O. HOLTZMAN. 10: h ai .1 v m. w.
fr?OR RENTX
2112 Mass. av. $110.00 WCstn.f., C. rs.$22.50
1610 10thU.w.,l3r.l<?0.n0 612 C ft. n.e., rt rs 22.50
2023 I St. n.w., 15r.lW.OO 133 F ?t. u.e.. S rs 2?uK?
1827 H st. n.w.. 13r..s5oo 1*34 t *t. n.w. 0 rs .is no
i 1761 P st. n.w., 11 r H3.34 511 E st. n.e., ? rs lii.oo
512 10tli st.n.w. 10r.75.00 1-J48 11ttist.se .. lmto
1755 P st. n.w , 13r...75.00 1715 5th n.w., 5 rs ..!?>.im?
453 st.n.w? 14 rs 65.00 S14 Oth st. n.w Ui.oo
8 A R.I. av.str.Adw'g45.00 10 5th st. n.e.. Hr? ..15.00
280 Mass ave. n.w . .40.00 31* 13V. n.w.. ? rs.. 14 ?m>
1434 Pierce PI., 7rs.27.50. 417 Warner st , 5 rs l'^.so
1734 7th st. n.w M.tHi 404 K ti.w., rear, 5rs..tvoo
1223 T st. n.w., 7r 25.Oo 2121 Pst. n.w . 4: smi
2000 13th n.w., 7r....25.<M> 1537 K >--t s . ,5x> T.*
633 I. n.w., 6rs 25.00, 1125 16th st. ti.w 5(M
6U4 C sL n.e.. H rs 22 5t>
Also, a number of well litfaied Furnisbed Houses.
Call at office for Weekly Bulletin, lamed ever) Saturday
urtei noon. LatidloViis can lia\etl ?-a lK.usi > ,ulvertised
free by placing litem i:s o;ir hands.
11 11. W AK.N I i: 016 F -t n w.
I^OR RENT?27 IO\VA t'IRfLK. 13 l!(K)Ms M< >l7.
. imp., $ltX? iter month: 13-H 15th st.. l;: ro -us,
mod. imp., S75: l-tio I. st. n.w., st rooms, ftimiMi>-d,
mitd. imp., St>5: also, 30 and 32 sth st. n.e..?; nxims;
707 and iL A s t.n.o orantnn, j-i?> |>. r m tnth. Ttew
are new houses, well located, one square frott car
line. chas. K. H.V,\ i-.s,
fttfr6t Si k ? F. st. n ,w.
I^OltRKNT-A TEN^ROOM IAVl l.L!N<i HOT'sK
on North fajiitttl st., .verl??okin^ < Vnitol Pat k:
this house bus been recently built: i* l:MiitL-nmelv f \rnLshed
and very desirable as a re.sidence. lnuuiteat
1'1~2 North < 'apitoi si. l*JH-?,t
FOIl RENT?VERY fir<IU.\RI.K~ MHT.I !
House: furnished: new, and on corner. Best iinrtbwest
section. U. H. WAHNKU. S?l?? F st. r.'s..i
WOBRENT?BRICK DWELLIKOtil 1G ST. > W.:
J. lu?t been ixunplet' ly renovat*Cii lnms in rc ins
ami hath room, 3 water closets: all iikhI. rn imps.
TYI.Fit 6c 1U TIIEP.1 tiRD 1 t? 1st. n.w. ! JK :.t*
FOR BEKT-BOD8E8-U1S M s l\ N W.. 3story
pressed Brick, beautifully 6nlshed. with 9
rofints and all tnodern iniprovt-nifi'is: pl imbuii: tii class;
for rent inimediatelv at ^5 per ii.<?r:tli. \i- ,lv
to J.\U A. PIlI'Mttri.
Q8-<t 141*! F st. n.w.
FOR BENT-VERY DESIRABLi-f DWi I.l.l N?;s
in diflerent pans of the citv. Call for buP.e in.
John sh<:rman.
<28-1 w 9-7 1 st. n.w.
FOR RENT-HOrsE 1243 ?TH ST., BFTWI FN
Maud N u. w., six rooms: $23. Apply at ltooiuti
61S F st. I2s-3t
I Sob
. 016 18thst., 12ri??W r,r> 2015S st. nt're, 5r..flN.<Ml
2132 Lst., 10 r., m.L5tM>7 2431 N st . it r 1?! ."?()
2213 F St., ?r.,m.i.. ,3ii..r?<i J433 N st . ; r. Hi ."hi
2216OSt., Or.,ml :l5.t?0 722 4th st..?; r A- si'rl.Y3?i
1313 22 st.,Sr., m. i...25.5u 513 ?.'!d st.,5 r 1 l .rtl
1315 22 St., 8 r? ui.i._55?i 515V Uo.l st.. 5 r... 1 l.."?4l
1012 N.H. ave.. 5 r...20.00 5_*4 i?!tli st., 4 r .Via)
Jfe27 WiyiWT A WIUOX, li*<t7 Penn. ave.
FOR RENT?AT 4W 8TH ST. 8.W., A 1 Wostory
pres-^1 biick House, containing six room*,
with water abd gas; rent *10. Key at 42C, next door
(27-41*
I^ORRENT?
415 HlKh. m.l,18r S5ll Office Rooms.
CJor. 2dd: Pot'c. m l 1 lr.3n 1019 F st.. s-.,r? .. $65
2136 H n.w., iu.i.,7r 30 ?>:t9 K. room :;... J5
307 11 n.w.,m.i.,8r 26 6. U F, room 1,1st ti.H.r W
1 <u3 S n.w., m.i.. Or 25 t>39 F, room 4,2d floor 15
918 Va. av. s.w.,m.i.,8r.25 61b 1' rooms 10t..::<i
920 E. Cap., n.e.,6r 20 101 i? F, room 2 l J.'.u
80 Myrtle n. e., or 15: Guntonbljf.,r!m826.2s a5
7 THOS. E. WAWiAMAX.
FOR RENT?604 R ST N. K~ $25. 944 B(H*M>ary
st. n. w., bis. StHj loth st. u. e . b-'O JOHN
T. ARMS. 810 F st n. w. PJ6-lmo
OR RENT?
1614 2lst. st,14r..S125 1514 30th st.n.w.,17r. ,Vi
1913 N st. lOr.iu.l 7<t 1:{::?? l!?:h st..l4r.tn.i ''-'"i
1620 R.I.av.llr.,m.l.83.:W 17<?;S Psi., I Jr.. m. i.s:i:i:i
517 4th st.,8r.,ni.l < <? l."?trj Vt. a\ ..i:ir .m. i u:.
1431 Lst. n.w., 8r 25 Ji:t:t k st.nw.. s r, m.i
1625 Masi.av.,12r.m l.l<Mi 1526 J9th st.n.w.sr.m.i.25
1742 FBt.n.w.,10r.m.i..$SO
THOMAS.!. FISHER A- CO,
(20 1324. F street northwest.
FOR RENT-BY sThTW-Auki:i:. Louisiana
aye. n.w., 220 C st, n.e., 7 rooms. ?2H.fl74im
I^OR RENT-~1829 JF.FFKHSCTN PI..V l ; | HUFF
st<^rie?? 9 roems, buth, modern improvements, in
thorough order possession March 25; rent s>(i5. ,\p
ply 1827 Jefferson Waco. fl3-2m
Jj^OR RENT?CNFURNISHED?
N. H. av. and S ?t.$150.00 l8l>2Mst ? P3 33
1324 16th si _..150.00 1757 P >-t. .. 75<Mi
13211 M st lmi.lKi 1K24I Jeflerso, Piacet'-ViNI
21123 1 st lOO.OO 173S 14t!i st.. si. .v -stiit tmi
27 Iowa Circle liMi.ixt 7<?1 15 st.. 2oi! rs.-j5.iMi
lUOti Sundriaud P1...91.6<) 703 15 st.. 2ol"ii( e rs.25.UO
Also a larire number of Furni-hed llo' -i-s
fll FITCH, EOX Jt BROWN. 14.; ; Penn. ave.
IT^OR RENT-HOUSES. "
The second and third floors of 951 Q st. n.w.: 7
rooms, all modern improvements: price >::<i i>?t
mouth. SWOUMSTEW 4 nHAIlLEY,
n 1-1m 9-JS F St. n.w.
I^OR RENT?HOCSF 619 Nliw" JFRSKY AVE
n.w., lo rooms: modern improvements: in irood r<pair:
S:t5 per month. Inquire of W. C. J(lII>s(iN",
. 18 13th st. n.w. <7-lm
I?OR RENT?1812 H ST- OPPOSITE RRITIKH
I^eg.ition. new aiitl desirable itwelline:all imj-rovis.
ments. and new stable tn the rear. Apply lo A in II IK
T. liRlCE, 714 15thst .t-lm
I^OR RENT-SEVERAL SMALL HOl sT tM E
entirely new. at $15. ?18, $20 per montli. ,'OHN
SHERMAN, Real Instate. 927 r st. ja29
COUNTRY REALKSTATH.
For sale?if you want to but a i > ion
Farm near the city address tor new catalogue o.
E. HINF, Vieiuia, Fairfax county, Va. nuKit T
For rentDairy
Farm. 92 acres, 9-room house, servants"
house, and barn lor twentv beuil stock: will ircrease
facilities to suit. Apply to J. J. WIEMAKTII. _--7
4Iy st. n. w.. or at b<>2 Oth st. n. w. inh2-iw*
Ir*OR SALE?THE KA.itLIKST VEO FTa'bI.K
. Oar dan In this section; 35 acres, called Federal
HjII, near Alexandria: splendid view of the Potomac
and two cities. Price $J.5iki. For particulars see
WM. P. Vol N<i,
mh2-6t 1303 F st. n.w.
I^OR SALE?A DESIRABLE SUBURBAN <
dence, eleven rooms, in tti^t-class condition; two
acres in lawu and shade; variety of fruit; excellent
Kpring water; convenient to strut ars Ari.iiess ,,r
apply to A. H. FLOECKH ER <t CO..
te'28-Ot* ^ 52 H st. n.e.
A FINE COUNTRY SEAT FOR SALE.-EIOHTY
acre*, about five miles from Wa?hiii(ftoii in Virginia.
improv?d by lar^e uiauslon with beautiAil lawn
and shade: also, (arm house. 7 rooms, iarge barn and
can-la^ house. AJi kinds of fruit. Watered by run- 1
ttliiK brook and sprints; supports fine dairv. 'l iiis
ptyce Is within lVj miles of railroad station aiid near
village. Will sell on easy term# or exchange for desirable
city property. HUFTY A ItYKK.
Real Estate and Iru>urauce,
(28-10t 18th and F ^ts. n.w.
A FARM FOR SALE IN MONTGOMERY COUNty,
Md.?"The Uhaoel Hill" Farm, contalninc 05
acres of laud, and situated on the \\ as!iii,tt?,i. and
Brookeville turnpike And extends within a lew \ards of
Forrest Glen station on the Metropolitan Branch B. <?
O. railroad, will be sold at trustees sale on SATURDAY,
March 7th, at 3 o'clock p. m., at Forrest olen
station. The land is well cultivated, and the improvements
consist of a two-story Dwelling House, all necessarv
out-buildings, and a flue orchard in full bearing.
1 his farm, from its location, is one of the most desirable
pieces of property now offering for sale in Montgomery
county, and presents rare inducements to one
desiring a country residence ea-ily accessible from the
city of Washington by rail and turnpike. F or further
particulars see Kockville Advocate, or address TH' is
ANDERSON and W. V. BoUIC. Jr.. Trustees, Rock- !
Hie, Md. f26,28<t.-ii3.4,5-5t j
TTIROINIA HOMES-OUR FRF.E DESCRIPTIVE
T list contains two hundred Grazing Farms aud ;
Other properties tn this noted Piedmont region. We
are only two and a hair hours by rail from Washington.
Run up to see us or send for Journal at once.
WM. P. HILLEARY A SON.
f27-lm Fauquier Coun"y? \^a.
AIRY AND FRUIT FARM FOR BALE~AT~A
bargain, near Washington. D. C.; loo acres: good
dwelling, bam and other buildings. Call on 5 a
PHILLIES, 1428 New York ave. (vl-2w
|WR RENT?"SIF-LEY FARM," NEAR RIGG8'
r Mill, about eight miles northeast from the citv.
containing 106 acres, with dwelling and tine bariv
can ba had at a reasonable rent.
? , , Apply to SWORMSTEDT <t BRADLEY,
"1-1? 928 F st- n.w.
For rent-a fine dairy farm, two
and a-half miles from this city, loo acres, nine
room dwelling, Tenant house aud ample out-buildlnga.
R. A. PHILLIPS. 1428 N. Y. ave. (9-lm
TT^OR SALE?OR EXCHANGE?FOR UNENCUMJL
bered property. Farm 196 acres, 10 miles from
" f^'r-gton. near R. R. station: excellent water,
orclMftU and vineyards; good house; barn. Inquire at
iwo I St jMK-'-'m*
LOST AND FOUND.
T 08T-?>?IN0 FROM ST. JOHN S CHURni
J-ithrougb H St., up 20th to Connecticut ave.. on the
0 instant, a tmail nlver watch, open black face a
suitable reward will be paid on returning it to 1200
lath rt. n.w. it*
iOST OB STOLEN-A BLACK LOCKET, BEJ
tween Johnson's Restaurant and 4^7 loth st.
6 reward If returned to star office. 11?
T OST ? A DIAMOND CROSS - CONTAINING
JLjEleven Stones. The finder will please lea\ e at the
Metropolitan Hotel Office, and be will be liberally reLOST-KITHKR
ON OTH STREET CAR THAT
left B. and P. depot last night about 12, or on
can from transfer at 9th and F to Georgetow n, an
aJligator skin Pocketbook with owner's name on outaide.
Finder will be suitably rewarded by returning
same to 1418 Thirty-third street, W. Washington. It*
1 OST?ON SUNDAY, A CANARY. FINDER
I please retain to 918 New York ave. and receive
suitable reward. lt?
T QST?SMALL BLACK MUFF IN HOUSE OF
J ^Representatives Gallery. Monday night. Finder
please leave it and receive reward at 1900 N st n.w.
LOST?ON MARCH 2n, ONE WHITK AND LTVER
and one Red Irish Setter; had on collars with
owner's name and residence. Liberal reward for their
return to 1028 8th st. n.w. m3-3t
T GST?GOLD SPECTACLES, ON THE 24TH IN
JListant. Reward will be paid If returned to J ULIUS
ATFRANKy Secoad Oompuolter's Office, Treasuy
__ FOR SALE-HOUSES.
I?-OR SALK-CWJtAP**\
"?> Ttli. bet. C and I>? tr , fin on*
I ? 11 r. hr It un \?. uve. Ut. w * iww.. . .. >4 .a*?
i < ' ? h ? * , lO room JLi
4 ?l and 4 lis 7th S.W.. blames. l?oi?s?s,..?.. .. f;;,'.-<N?
I 41-j Kil l Maine ave aw.. ?t?.r? and dwellii ? ..I
t? d t.uiatMm property. 4\bet. 11 and K k.w I
More , t?.l dwell.n*. 4^ and L s w I n ?aai
4 fir(? m bricks, rtth st. - w 77."".**"' ' <**>
JIT l<th n*.w . Kr ?ta ftimr ~ " in vm
S1A .V ?t. a w . new A room brick __ s|' l<w?
hr <-ks. M aw Ili**?h.*l,;*?U.
4<m, st. n.e.. 4 roum frame *"M?
8 room brak. 4.">S N s w *i Vni
) T r'Mnn brick. t:?Vj ami B?? "
12s? s.w , 7 nv>iu frame.. .., "7!77"77!!! *i *??
I ? tranies. .1 h'^iI 4 riH-m* cuch. <>n 'j<! h w ' &>aa)
A room press bri k, S*?W 4 U s v ?i vi!
The ah.i\-e wiU pay from Mto 1A t?er ?vnt'*~" "
I mbS-3t C II PA RK I K. 4U, and K?
1^?>K SALE - ATTRACTIVE THIS I 1 >l?.r.Y
1 House on i.rartt Platv <e* Vio
Also. H ?t.. near **Ui at. n.w hi MM)
1321 lltlist. u.w *'<<<)
. .. B. II W' ARNBK,
j mhMt I*n: v *t. I. w.
l^OR S vLE 121V N -T N. W ; Til REV vTi?HV;
, t.iirteen rooms; cellar; modern improvements;
c.,"! B. H WARN! K
_mn.t-.it l?FK.n.w.
I ipOR S A L E - - V E R MOX T~~ AX V . M All K sr.
: A n.w .t !*' .mtthrw^tarv arid a* lament KH u-n
; thirteen rooms, cellar; ftm* r.v#*r \ ???w; ?le *ri
pii? IuIm i; oven c??uvoni? tmv: Iipn itihillr fir,
nlshe... si..Atiu. |t |i. \\ akm ft
| _ _ Plii Fat na.
l^OR >AI.F sliVKIUI. FINE RFXIDEXi Is
1 i omuvtiom ave.. near N at. n.w. st'.nrio
MapacbiisetMav*.. ucarjtlalst ! li.iaNI
st. n.w 1*2 *10
This latter property now under rental* sldVi.-r
" H WARNER.1
mb.?-.lt I n w.
1?'tU >A t-l"'? l;l?" M Ass.v 'HI'SI IIS A \ I . N W
noiaiiiK 1 Ikuimw Circle; aixt '?>u i w-io? .vl.?r vcrw
Uu-jft* ; uril; locMtiuii very choi. i, Sly ?hm) '
?lH? ?. 11. WARNER.
rnhM-ftt Mfi | at. t, W.
LAOE RALE-Of?\ nH'O-HTiJRY BR Irk. ., V
A r>>oii-.- ;in<1 ha' h. all in. i.; n, nr IJiu-oin I'nrk'
i 8tr^r! <**rs aji*1 h^rtiio lino; c:uiv t*irniH k FT'
: 1. IMP. .Mi. 1381 KM.n"w. mh^lt
1/OR -\l.l. - l;tn;t . N. W., TWnsliiltV
i ,>rick ??, . win !, a, i a,I, - room*, triune
1 1 ' : r? i.*1 lt* K"0*1 alley; ciui l<e ?i .".|r||? at ihe
low price of *3^M.IG. J No. A. PRKsitiTT
nin.t-.w 14l?F?.ur.
l^Oll - a I.F.-s n IRE ANDDWI M.l Xli, IKIrt 14th
, A ^ n.w larnc >t.>r.' room. 24.Mx.Mi, on first fl.mrSrf""1,.r!*l'!*r:
r""l,.s on Ms oiul floor: lot m
t<l.J Jt.L? tt" *?"" lht* |>ro|iert> is alHiatal on
tilt w.*st. tli.' Iiiisu.,t,.ss Aiaje, of 14th ?t . unci if 'aknii
? '!' < ? aa Im- l:.k,l Hi 'hf low nrliv t f ^4 <hm|
rjui r?ii.un on tlit? |*r?'iH?riy. J NO. A. PHI m ?TT
mh.,-jw_ I4?; ,, M n -m.
V"J.; 1 ?"1 K H')l sKS. 1<HM| uimI IINCJ
' .j4. -' v v' " " lunuireat 1.1 > XII \ up
j fs< 11A I t h T< 1. ltHtJ 4 .,sl. S.w. le_?K-lm"
L?AJ*i:~Ar A ,illKA'i HAP<;AIN-<.NK fir
a tiie b.^t t><iHtii?-?a property on 7tli-t n w rjn in
isVaa^ ?:in"t0reJ00,U b? fM'1 'P: price.
v -o.utai, w ili pay S per cent a* an Inv estment
C. H. PARKER.
4V, 6,,d E ata. a w.
1^'Ml SALE- ARI.IX(;TtiX TEllKA. I??nil It sfl
* ' ! hon?..: modern Improvement*; n.-r loj
. lonua easy. I'KtMlltKV Jt i.ltl EN
- r-S -w AW 7th at
i Ki''i SA,V!i, -,iT" M1\pJlnp! Rty.xearq wu
r r L L,? ,' i ^!'v',J ? ti w-rooni House, intj|
I o\ jr'n i"'' "'1'- *4'7;m' A I.H 1 II r F.
KVnrSA' K -*TOR~Y RRI? K f-WFI LINO.
' r I 1 p'""'- *"'1 '"'III rf..mi; all nio.i |nim : in nx-e
' ii . t wllh,n Hiree stl?area..t I i.-h- ir\ do ,Hrt!
?.*r' I ';- 5-vo.ai TYLER A RI"1HKRi-T'KD,
?? rjn. n.i^. % ?H-3t?
I^L'n S vI K7,' INI "Ol'fF, 2112 MAshAt HFi;
ill ! ' ?bri*#*-^t??rv a n) biiseiuont. with i^i k
buiMuu ii**au(itul flnisli; chol psi l?*CBtU?n lUrcatu
II sol 1 hi once. It II W'AUN I K. ?l? | sl n.w rj^flJ
1^1' f AI'E-lTMl 14TII HT. N W.-TVti>-sTt)HY
1 Buck, wnli liack Ituildi k: laree lot; rapulh mirawrffilrf
Pru,e uul> ^ n
lit h St. II.w. Pjs-5t
17<OR sale
SEVERAL DESIRABLE HOMES
In th<NORTHWEST
SE? T.ON OF Till i 1TY
10 , J V N lit VI k.
1AOA Peiitia>-|vaiila ?ve,
P<)R SAEE-ATTI-XnON. Ul*ILI?FRs
1 and speculator*.?ValiiHMe llenl
aid llt'i u w',IC*'W'' nort hea>t eorn.r Vi-riuoiit ave.
, , Opposite Arlington Hotel.
South front, overlooking LMtH .ette Hqiiare.
n. r**aldenc* of Hie Ute (.'nmniodori
ChHrl??a Morris. I . s. N.. loaretber with the very
valuable unimprovm lots aliolninit, on b..th H
st. and \ erniout ave ; or will aell aenaratelv the
torner lot with the dwelling, a line double*bri. k
mansion,coiitainliiK 14 rixinis, all in excellent rei air
Innienatoi s ol entire property.11.", [ ol, '
1-?? feet on \ crrnont are. and s_? f.^t in wIdth on rear
Ur' tit .lining H..J ,<l aqllHM* fi*et of ^roiled.
1 ;:is \aiu;iU<- and attractive site prinenta autierlor
a<lvaiitiu.re. t<i ?i4iii.ulfotK lor Investment,
, _L'r ami terma apply to j. v. N Ht'YCK
l.Hio I eni.a. avo.. or a<ldies? lx? k Box 4 JS i it*
tM-tt
I^OR S A1 |' THREE llANIiSOME S-KTORY
I A i>ies>t?<i Jiri.-k tVont Houses, with ataiinsl glass wln,
d'.ws oil l .11, u.w.. st a'?ov e MaKHiH'hiiaetta ave
two liaviim W looms. besid?*H batb and cellar ai:d oni
! having lo roonia. all m.ak-ti, improvements; .in l^
k- ' 111 5 without stable lot: price $*i.iMaj and
''7" is.-s are new and well built, and
ar? S- <MKi cheaper tl.an i.n.v other Iioum-s ,*u be
bought for in tout locality. Terms .nay.
liEWTON A BEBRYMAX.
81? F at.. Attorney* for owner.
vrm be for rent, If not wold, March 1A. f?!4-t,th.s.2w
"I^OR SALE?I HAVE SEVERAL FINELY I^K
cated leases, just cfmipleTed, two-atory and lia.setuent,
handsome press. .} brick fronts, s rooms for
rnle; price. (iA,.ViO. JNO. A. PIliflBtXJTT. 141?i F sU
llu f2*-7t
"POR SALE?( HEAI' -S NEW H-BOOM* RRB'K
*. J """*, *'"1 Kw.HHl.iuis, l?ift ;<d ?l n.w.,
. i, .<Ki uu-li; ..o4 13s- st. &.w? 6 rooms, tjl ,-Vmi: <u?> I)
I St. B.W si ?12 i. St. a w.. 7 room frame, lot 24 by
: '^ S U; ''' ["oni pr.sv brick. II st.. between 4U
i end otliv.'.v ?.i.A<??; good busineas bouse 4U. at b?
tw.s-n | H?d Fa.w.. sS^hki. Th. above properlv'wiU
puy n* percent, i l!.i'AICKER.4Wuaii.l Eai-.i w
V<?i; HALE- AN i Li VI S ROOM BRI< K
*...!V,nr: f 1 tn^ri1 Improvements: lot 2,'ixlixi to
a .>o ,t ??t iiile\. i Ins pro|M-rty is niTerfxl at m i?!k'HUi
I he location is very desirable, in the northwest, at>d Is
constantly incn^tsibg in vnlnt*.
T, . Hyrrv ^ DYER,
1A# Lsutrai d Insiiranr^,
13th and F st*. n.w.
F?.R^AiK TU'? sTORV nnf? K six boom!
1 a a oath, lanp* an?! latrobr: Meroe I'UhCP M l.r?fh
andlHtli ' "-on'v ?,.{.(a a i: ,a.?y terms. WALKER
? H ILS'?>, ItMtH I St. ll.w. . rjs-3t
Infill SALE- ~ Jiuddnigion
SIOO.COO 495 C s w., m.l ,Sr ?2 OOO
i32A K n.w . i s, .41.WN. 43:1 N J.av..m.i.. 4r a ?OU
Viii L,n.W? si 7 41 hat. n.w., Mr.ii.iKIO
..IM I M.n.w.. *5r... *.?,ii?hi 1i?2A nd at n.w*. 7r. '2 ihKI
Bound y ?t.,f#r *i!0u0
H-"'? ? at. li e.. Br v.?iO0
ioi" . t.ave., 13r . 1U.WU 113U lAth st.n.w.,Ar.l,WK>
,ni i-.lor_l.>,0(K( .4 Mas, iv. n.w 4r 17U0
THUS. E. WAOOAMAN.
Is"1'.'!5 ^A EE?"COOK M ANSION" l p It N E ll
| I \\ astnn^kon and Stoddart Mre< ts. West Washing
I ton. Large ejn! elegant residence, with extensive
, gniund- liandiM-mely laid out; fine large etabla and
! apl'ly to"1 bUillJlUSV Kor " n'1 tun informatioa
THO&J. FISHF.R A CXI.,
i r_<>-bt 1324 F st. n.a1^?OR
SALE
a New Tliree-story Brick House Sooth Front!
, nas cellar; ftimm-e room. N
1st floor?Hall, Parlor, IHnlng Room. Butlers PanI
tfJ-.Kncben.wlth lUnge, sia'icuaiv Wasli Tu!*.
i . !]oor?Tliree large ? hanib rs and Bath
.Id Boor?Two large chambers. Each room has
laige closet atul w'<nm1 inantl-'a; oi>eti Ore plai-ea Bella
J and speaKiiig tul>eaon each iloor.
hest'ma'teriiu " thorou?"I>' ""ished and built of the
J f*J<l lQt Ileal Esuite and Insurance, 13th and'i^g'ta.
17?OR SALE^* ~
One of the best-located and finest-finished h?us* i
in the city: spienilidiy adapt* d for receptions; ta<a? I
I thm- avenucK and overlooks one of the handsomest 1
parks; has every modern convenience: is li-ati-d irr
L.C'L1'. *11* munties; open flre-r lacea. han<JSOCiei>
tiled; tourUen rooms, exclusive or t>ath rooms
n , ,, ^ , HU1TY A IiYKR.
fe-?i/iVit aD In8uraDce- aud F bus. n.w.
FO R SALE-TWO F LEO ALT NEW H (Hbi
twel\ e r?M>ms eacb: contait lug all latest Improveinents,
corner loth St. and Massachusetts ave. n.w;
houses open for Inspection.
Three new three-Mory Houses; eight rooms each all
modern tniqrovemenu; 41W and 421 11 st. n.w.. and
40S J.assai lnisettb eve. n.w.
Five building Lots, corner lAtl. and N sta. n w. For
information apj.ly to the owner, R (.OLD.
St H.MID, hi 2 ,th 8t- n.w. fl?-2m
OR SALE- "
. ''AUVK AND HANDSOME RESIDENCE.
fNv*i!?[-?!/T^ie 'is and handsome residence
L T^in FRELINt.HUYSEN, 1731 I st.
Pi*- The lot fronts A7 ft. 2 In. on I St., and extends
back 14 .u. ft to a 20 n. alley, and is improved bv a
targe double house with *i?ciou* and well-arranced
rooms, and having ail modern improvements Also,
a commodious and well-arranged carruMte house and
stable, with servants' rooms.
? , 1HOS. J. FISHER A CO.,
f41m 1824 F st. n sr.
PERSONAL. I
WILL GIVE If Hat FOR APPOSITION IN (TnK
? ot the Government Departments at a watchman
or messenger of democratic influence. Address Bo*
00. Star office. lt<
Dear mrs. marten;-lost vovr card;
called at 812 12th st.; also, at 10th and K. Please
arop me a posud. [mH2-2t? 1 j. m. B N
Ptx^f?.NthT <~iTiH^ PARTV THAT TOOK
?atch and ( hain from 4<>H 13th et. n.w.. will
piea.se return the same, as they are known, and save
farther trouble. mb2-<tts
ALL KINDS OF MILL FEED CHEAP. FOB T
da* s. while Oeorgetown miljs are shut up. The
oniy prime timotliy- hay in the market. 8. 8. DAIBH,
cor. >. tapiiol and D sts.. near B. A OJi.lt. KepoL tj&
A f VDFV 'TT'S DETECTIV'E AGENCY. ? ALC
-1' 1 business entrusted to this Agency will reoeive
prompt atu-r.tion. Persons requiring Detective Service
may conhdeiitially rely on thic Agency toSreserve
the utmost secrecy and fidelity in all transactions.
Information only fliriii&bed to "reliable parties.
Consultation free.
JAMES A McDEVITT, Manager,
gOf Pennsylvania ave n.w.
DENTISTRY.
SAMUEL I. SCOTT D DS..
fifteen years exper.euoe In Dentistry. 0Ace,1207
V KL.H.W 1'reaer \ auon of tbe KatunJ Teetb a apecialty
oc22
OR RANDALL PARSONS. 42? 7TH ST. N W
I J over Ballantvne'a 0\s ratlvs and mechanical
1 ebtihtry skillfull)' performed. Gas admintetred:
moderate fees. Ten years experience. Hours from
\< am to 6 p.m. set*
DR. STARR PARSONS, OOR. BTH AND E 8T*[
n.w. Filling a sj>ecialtj ; also, tbe care of tostb
cbe without extracting. A local aiusstbetic, nsed oa
tbe gums, alleviates pain of extracting. u?? given
I Larges ni(d? rate. U2 I
OB. T. 147 TXLBOTT, DENTIST. 437~7TH 8T~
J J three -doors from corner K. Dentistry la all
Its branches. Teeth inserted <7 per sec All work
warranted. jili j
THE CELLULOID TRUSS,
That never breaks, never wears out. always f
dean, aud can be worn while bathing 1
Is for sale at CHA* FISHER S.
623 7th street north*enL
* Mrs. FISHES devotes her attention to the wants ?
Lady Patrons. ' ?|
Drebb Suits F OB Hi?
?s At 414 fill street aenbwe*

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